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The Hartford republican: April 6, 1917 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 hao1917040601_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: April 6, 1917 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. &I)C Fine Job Work. VOL. XXIX. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS I? OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY call. Subscription $1 per Year No. 40 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1917. STATt OF WAR IS DECL Large Majority Votes proval Of President's Call To Arms. Ap- GERMANY lia mm 1 ill TO DEFINITE PLANS FOR LARGE ARMY ALTER ATHTUOE COMPANY H GETS ORDERS TO MOVE , American troop on European battleWAR WILL NOT BE DECLARER. WAR DEPARTMENT HEADY TO field. TO ENTRAIN TODAY AT LOCAtt HY BERLIN GOVERNMENT i -PmENT Til I'M' TO CONG-SAY- S DEPOT UNDER COMMAND REPORT, i RESS WHEN REQUIRED GERMANS ATTEMPT BRIBERY OP CAPT. snowN. ENGLAND IS JUBILANT ARMY OF HALF MILLION Report Kajs Kuropntkln and Others Ottered Hunts. New York, April 3. A ft 7 i.' 1 V spocial from Copenhagen, Denmark, to tho Will Re Assembled Under n Universal Now York World says: President') Mewao To Instructions Confidential But MilitiaService System Without Warmly IteccU ed In Iondon The Russian provisional governmen WHl Go To Some Point In Delay. Cause Surprise. ment's investigation to ascortaln who Kentucky. wcro In the plot to open tho Russian lines .to let German troops through Washington, April 3. The defi- to put down tho revolt has developed Berlin, April 3, (via London)- according to news coming by way of .Tho press report of President Wil- nite plans of tho War Dcpartiucntuxe Company II, of tho Third Kenson's "statu of war" messago rqached waiting to go forward"toCongres3 Finland and Sweden) these things: tucky Infantry, located at Hartford Tho commander at Miltau, is al- and made up of Ohio county boys, ITlcrlln at 10 o'clock this mornlnfc. It when It Is ready to rccplvetheni. president Wilson gave a clear vlow leged, roceived from Germany ?2,- - will leave on the M. H. & E. railroad is declared hero that there would be no cunnge In tho German attitude of the immediate steps to bo urged ' 000,000. y sometime for points not yet Tho commander at Miltau, is is al ninde public. oven If Congress adopted President lit h8 address, but until tho depart-WilsonCan were left hers leged, received 1,500,000. views. Germany will not mentk plan has been submitted, by tho local last night for that pur- At nlnUr hour Unt night the Jlou-- n had not oUxl in tho resolution ! Tho alleged prlcu paid for the war nor take any stop to eyor, details are regarded aa confi-wag- o secrecy pose. Owing to tho Ut oxUt between Uio Unltl States nnd German; Ktato of war van, ideter,--: now war against the United States., dentlnl. being in mil maintained "taken up promptly ut ten o'clock yroUrday morning ami was The prat element of tho pluu, the mined. The Tho subranrlno war will be contln- itary movements wo are unable to Gen. Kuropatkln. tho Governor of gjvo tho numbor of men under hla the debate n without limitation. Chairman Mood, of the Foreign Affnlrs nod as It has been conducted slnco President has already disclosed. It February 1, but this, declare tho of-- is tho assembling of 500,000 men Riga, got $8,000,000, It command. Committee nuuta tho opening statement. ficials, is ot directed more against undor tho universal .scrvico system nut ncni irio money to me uuma Orders to bo In readiness were re-The .Republican held It forniH otcn until ten o'clock Inst night hoping, tho United States than nny other as an addition to tho regular army government at Petrograd. and did not colved Tuesday morning and irome-a- nd Uio Owensboro Messenger, to Rive lu readers tint through the rourtexy of .National Guard, which would surrender his position. When tho dmtelv flacs beean to annear. Prne- neutral. rivsult of the ote. .I'p Ui tlmt hour a voto luul not been reported but tho . -I Is also declaicd that there will be provide a total war strength force of v German commissioner who conveyed rV.it. ii ki,;m House, was In session. .If th resolution wiw not passed later In the night no cnanK0 in tile treatment of Ameri- - 1,200,000. It Is assumed that coin- - the brldo found that Riga was not to houses now havo tho Stars and . ... .a,V t -. t .1 ...IlU ll.- - ....Ill I. kLlh can citizens in uermany, who now ciuem wiwi uic ui ui mc oo evncuaieu no commweo suicmo. , stripes out in honor of the boys who mnK und bo appro el ry a largo majorii). U will te taken up to-d-it have tho same freedom us nil otner new army, oruers to recruit uio rog- are rallying to the donfenso of the Washlugton. April i. The resolution duclnrlng a Mule of war to exist neutrals. But Germany expects that ulars nnd guardsmen to full strength Stato and country. U recalls tho the United States wll continue tho will go out. Whether that will bo NOTED LAW SUITS i scenes of last i.oiuimmi ilu ilnltrd States and Germany was passed by the Senate summer when tho bumo treatment of Germans In that done- by voluntary enlistment or by company was ordered out for 'Mexiby n ofeJ)fS5to C. It goes to the Hasp, whero debate will begin draft has not been disclosed country, morning ut 10 o'clock to continue until action is taKcn. OFF COURT DOCKET can border service Army officers believe r.00,00u Is negatives vote- - were: Grunna, of North Dakota; Rejolcew. flrcat Ilrttlan Senators who cast tho Recruits Remain. they can number tho maximum All recruits who enlisted In tho Ui Kollettf. of Wisconsin ; NorrlJ. of Nebraska; Lane, of Oregon; Stone, of London, April 3 (U:3r. p. m.) undertake to .train at once. When local company this month wcro left Mibsourl, and Vardaman, of Mississippi. President Wilbon's metsago aligning fow HIX "POSSUM HUNTER" CASES behind in charge ot Lieut. E. L. Ilar-- I Senator McCumb'er's substitute to declare the existence of n stato of war the United States with the nations tho work has proceeded for a 500,-00SETTLED FIVE ARE IN I.O- 0 months, however, nn ndditlonal upon tho sinking of another American ihlp by Germany was defeated with- nott. They will bo given instru& t 0l,rman WM wnrn, CAL COURT. could be called out, to bo followout a roll call. ctions and drill daily until they havo iv wolcomed and unanimously ac ed out at Intervals of u few months J reached tho stage of efficiency that They claimed by.tho British people. ... . a1. !. by other slmllinr increments, until ! mi. ruamuwuu, drafted ulter confutation with tho Stato Department and ronnpn i Hint nn ilpris on fits them for active service. They I lie n with By agreement of all the parties Hlready accepted by the House Committee, says the stato of war thrust upon wp hter ,n(luenco unon u,o result nf a total army of the desired size has will then bo ordered to join their tho United States by Germany Is formally declared, and directs tho President Uo worl( btrugB,0 has boon clvcn been mustered. General statf officials concerned, and orders entered in the command. n Circuit Court on lant About fifteen recruits had enlisted to employ the entile military and naval forces and the resources of the bIm nr,an nrtur a fow daJ.3 havoin consistently urged tbut nndmtn- -- Ohio of the noted "Possum Saturday, eqI mu five Hunter" yesterday. Thcao men havo all signof 3,000,000 trained ii successful termination. Government to carry on war and bring It to rcHOiVed to marcli of conildcriUlolli nipped men should bo provided for cases were dismissed settled. These ed up since trie company was orderAction In the Senate came JurI after 11 o'clock at tho close of a debate wUh Franct, No ncws of the ,a3t (tint had lusted contlnuoiihly since 10 ociock tins morning, ine ciimax as year has so stirred the country, sae. natlonnl defense. If that number la actions grew out' of alleged raids, &c, ed to bo In readiness Tuesday. As taken as Including the regulars and 'of tho so called "possum hunters" fast as tho men aro signed they are reached lato In tho afternoon when Senator John Sharp Williams denounced only tint Russian revolution. national guard, a new army, moro somo two or three years ngo and cn- - examined by Civilian Examiner A. Toilette its more worthy of Heir von Bethmann-Hollwc- g s a speech by Senator There have been no street thnn 2,000,000 btrong, would be gendered more bitterness pcrhnps B. Riley and If physically fit are addof ail American Senator. than or exhibitions of excitethan anything which has taken place ed to tho growing squad. From all The passage of tho resolution was not marked by any outburst from the ment, such as tho first weeks of the necessary to make tho total. In years within tho county. Ti alning of Half Million. on the floor the Senators themselves were unusually grave war saw In Loudon, because the unr jjallorles, and parts of tho county young men aro Tho cases settled and dismissed phoning to ascertain tho first step The training of tho first half milland quiet. Many of them answered to their names tu voices that quivered has long sinco passed tho stage ot ion will tax tho personnel and ma- ere ns follows: C. L. Brown vs. to bo taken for enlistment and It Is with emotion. excitement, and is regarded here, as chinery of t)i6 regular army to the Clnudo Allen, et nl Pen Maddnx expected that before many days Comin America, ns a heavy and bolemnly-born- o limit. Even with provisional lists of Admr. vs. Evan Davenport, ot M., !. pany H will bo recruited I iiiMi-- n to full mni' sunk. duty. The subbtauce and tone o Ulcers and tho oillcers' rniervo corps M. Igleheart vs. F. M. Allen, ct ill , strength. A list of tho now men will CAPITOL HOTEL AT of tho President's messnge was nn .to cull upon there will be u shortage Tom Hellln is. F. M. Allen, ct al.. P. bo found elsewhere. The direct- I Howral Idles liost When Aitcc Is electrifying burpriso. of training personnel. Tho units of W. Barnes vs. Claudo Allen, et nL FRANKFORT BURNS ness of his indictment of the German Torpedoed. regular army, It Is bald, will be In connection with the forcgniii'; FORMER GERMAN CONSUL state- jtho methods mid his whole-heare- d vitally necessary to carry tho work cases there was also one case transHAS NO PIjAC'E TO GO ment ot America's duty to maintain For that reason tho sug- ferred or Hied In Federal Court which forward. i New York, April 3. Eluxen of KENTUCKY KOI.OXS LOSE THEIR tho crew of the American steamship her rlghs nnd her duty to civilization gestion that an expeditionary force was also dismissed, settled and was San Fruncisco, April 3. Dr. Fran was more than tho public here ex- . bo CLOTHES AND OTHER BE sent to carry tho Hag Into Franco an action styled K. II. Goodall vs. F. K. Xitelmaun, former German consul Aztec were probably lost when the pected. , ns a symbol that tho United States M. Allen, et nl. LONGINGS IN FLAMES. from at Manila, arrived hero y vessel was sunk Sunday night by u Dispatches Horn America in the The settlement of the cases whle'i Honolulu ut u loss to know what to near llrcbt, last month had represented the was definitely and finally aligned German Hiibmurlue I, Franco. The crew numbered thlrty- - President ns so reluctant to enter tlu against Germany in tho world war, were pending In tho Ohio Circuit do nfter being buffeted ubout from y Court clears tho docket of five ac- - ono unfriendly shore to another. It t whom seventeen were Amerl-mos- 't war tlmt recommcntlnions to Cong-les- s .met with a cold reception, Tho Capitol Hotel, the lnrgest and 'unions officers of the general staff, alons tho trial of which would have Was thought probable he would re- modern building of Its kind In c:ns- limited to defensive measures Ono olllccr eald such a step would bo consumed days nnd days of time In main in San Francisco under patron- i v Frankfort, was destroyed by lire yes- - ' Twelve American bluej.ickets. for tho protection of American com "military suicide," us the only troops court ns well as serving to keep the nK0 of the Swiss consulate until tho about two o'clock. mnmled by Lieut. Win. F. Greshnm. nierco would havi fullllled the gen- afternoon available for such purposes would bu memory of some on the unhappy days arrival of tho German Ambassador detached rrom me crew or tuo gun- - ora, cxpecltions I'lte Capitol for years has been tho a few years past. tho regulars, who could not be upar-'o- f expelled from China, and who has popular stopping place of tho Ken bout Dolphin niul placed aboard tho ' ed from training work. been granted safe conduct ncros.s tho Aztec its an iirmed glial il, were saved RAILROADS READY TO tucky legislators nnd It lu reported MORE THAN t'00 VILLA National Guard. United States on his wajf to Germauy. that soloim registered there lost all according to dispatches from the MOVE TROOPS QUICKLY SYMPATHIZERS HANGED There Is much uncertainty us to Dr, Kltelmnuu left Manila two by the Frencii admiralty received of their holonglngs, having left only the uso to which tho National Guard months ago on a United States trans French embassy in Washington. clothing they wore. tho Chicago, April 3. Tho movement Is to ho nut under tho new plan. No Juarez, Mexico., April 3. Sixty- - port Intending to come here, but Thii Aitec was tho first armed oC ,noro tlm" l00'(J'00 n,L'11 t0 lho lutormiitlon was forthcoming on thla fivo Villa followers wcro executed in changed his mind In favor of u pluu American merchant vessel to tall vieAT NEW i Mexican border last year gtivo ihu "".point. Tio guard forms tuo gieat the Chihuahua city cemetery yester- - wherobv he sounht safe tmssano ......... . ROUGH RIVER IXJCKH tlm m rinriiiiui ttiiiiiinirinit wnrfnrn rl la,lrpaus cnanco to worK out puns i r0borvo from which olllceru for the day by order of Gen. Francisco Mur- - through Japan and Russia. But t lion She left Now York for Hnvro on troops nn n ' new Federal forco could bo drawn, guln, refugees arriving from tho jio got to Nagasaki tlio Japanese ro- IS with a cargo of foodstuffs .for transportation of . . A Mr. Hunt htiB been usslgiied :argo scan-- , omciam sain tomiy. nun vltl. m ., ... rft 000 KUUniHiiien state canltal y said. Theso re- - fused to let him laud. Later, how- der of tlio Hough River locks und hau and general supplies valued at morn (they aro now prepared to move anj now ou ,)(,nco UUiy, however, and tho'fugoes said the number of Villa syiu over, 11 was agreed ho should load post. Mr, Hunt wns ns than fS00,000. tukrii his number nsslgued to this work under ' pathlzers hanged following tho battle and go to China relations between No Information uo to whether tho nuniuer io nn point quiiKij slstnut at Rochester before ills np "All the War Department tins to'pyj,,,. bnlng Increased of last Friday numbered more than China and Germany had been broken, ,ri.ct0 present position, lie vessel w.is nblo to use her guns volntuiont to his ' ' Jand so Dr. Zllolmnnn nnd his aecrc- ngnlust the submarine tins reached no." Milil C. II. Mnrklinui, pi esidcut vt,r. Iay lt Wlls bUKKL.ted jiuit tlio 200 nnd included two Generals. succeeds Ed O'Brien, deceased. of tlio Illinois Central railroad ,iltOfii Min.ii..li nf ilm illnin forrisi I'lflv pr luminal on nun lrlili'i ttwv ,i,,ni-i,- i . ..... ......n... ... ,,- .... wv.,.aii ... Unii tnr tii.i iri.im.1 aw, ...v. Is appointed only her owners, the Orlonliil Navigation ....uu I A lock tender toil us how many men It wants irw-i- l might bo required for protection Kmonteen were teen hanging on ono States. Tho fact that she was after having passed u eh II exnmlnn Company und where to carry them, I5nv within tho United States. tree and seven were hanged in the tlou, though mini usually getting the sunk at night with u heavy nen run .hlng's ready. They'll go nt nmv ' IpimIr In tlm luillof Mini HL'u tlin President Wilson Is' believed to cuthcdrnl plaza opposite tho State ELECTRICALLY CHARGED liltitr nppolutemeiit. V ' f'tinurjl MULE CAUSE OF SUIT have Hpokuil in direct accordance palace, ono refugee said. The boillufi . 'imilii n,.M , ... ,m....... l.liliti I h.u..i,., ulio .11,1 ,iiit vi I TURKEY HEN LAYS SLY iwjlli tho advice of the Wnr Depart- - wore not permitted to be cut down. EMPRESS GERMAN even catch sight of her nbhiillunt. ! Vliiceiines, Iiul., April 3- .- Loubi EGGS IN SINGLE D.Y ment and the genorul staff In tho TO SELL JEWEIi) to Tucker, driver for tho Knox Coal Her Answer. Reullrsiu. progrniii. he broadly outlined "What did the banker's daughter Compuuy In Its mine near Blckuell. The Author--Welhow did you1 Franklin, Ky., April .2. A turkey Congress. Tlioro Is reason to he- Amsterdam, April 3, via London. 15,000 dnniage suit lu tho you think tlio hen II, liuvo that the tiilmtulbtrtitliiu Is looU- - say when jou usked her to .ninrry filed a A Berlin dispatch to tlw.ll.ui my play belonging , to Mrs. Will uiitirt 9:30 u. in. iiv'lng ahead for a year or moro to the jou?" Kno Circuit Coail against his em- Cologne Gnutto says that the Emp- - rhurcli aceno realistic? 'Meuilor, of this county, lust "She tnld I would huve to go toptoyeis. luckor was kicked by u Why, laid six eggs. Ono of the number tlmo when the tuition! military pow- so. Tho Crltle Intensely icsa has sent her prlvato Jowcls tu n plan- - par before ahu could tako stock lu mulo, vshlch Had received an elee- nuutrul country to be sold. The Jew- - a great iiuiiij of us actually went tu! ,vu ot usual slo, while the rcuiu'ii ."' would bo fully dQVulopril-ltrie shock, 'ing fivo wore ;is large as goose egg. iliK for actual p.utleipiitioii bymy propoiitUu." Ingleplde. sleep Tihlle it as ou. els aro valued ut n large sum. DESTINATION UNKNOWN ONLY SIX SENATORS OPPOSED Unlimited Debate Delays House Vote But No Doubt Exists As To Its Following Senate Action. to-da- 's how-decla- ro i,.i,i Ii demon-htratlon- to-da- lf. to-da- com-tcrda- LOCK-KEEPE- R ,... l, .. .... ? ' I V fcMftMMatfMatfk iinhiniiiiir'TT!" . and nerves are exhausted by the awfeel obliged o admit regretfully that HOW THIS COUNTRY ful din, the noisome air and the not bo very much had boon made of TALKS OF PLOT crowded quarters with the sickening this affair. H SECURED ALASKA sights of nearby men disemboweled lUplitlns. unto death. or otherwise wounded "I was roproachod for thinking TO ALLY Then it Is that minds go awry Just of Mexico and Japan. First of Shell-shoc- k attacks the vetrans us Mexico was a neighboring State-t- WIM.IAM II. HKWAItD nil, CIIIKI-'IThe poor lads well as the recruits, allies If wo wanted America. nEsroxsim.K fok acquisi Willi neurasthenic tendencies, with SIMMUH.MAtV TKI.Irfi OF CIUCUM- - nguinst America Mexico would bo TIOX OF TKHUITOUV. I'KO- poor nervous reserve or with histor.STANCE HUltOUXniX tho first to como into consideration. I'OHKI) CONHPIKAOY. ies of sapping excesses and habits, between Mexico and The relations begin to experience an ourselves slnco the time of Porflrlo Tho man chiefly responsible for fear. Their limbs stnrt to tremble, friendly Diaz have been extremely tho acquisition of Alaska by this their hearing becomes affected, they Mexicans, moreBELIEVED IN JAPANESE and trustful. Tho good and efficient country was William H. Seward, then cannot talk or see, and when they over, uro known us Secretary of State, writes Thomas F. can bo rescued in a lull, they have soldiers. During JohnLogan In Lcslio's. "It enn hardly bo said that the re son's administration Seward renewed become Jlbcrlng or silent, trembling Jtotween Orlon'wl" iwt)s AntitRonUnt lations betwoon tho United States old discussions regarding such a pur- huninn animals, almost literally ond V. S. Ktrmigcr Than Fvcl- scared to death. land Mexico havo been friendly and chase with the Husslnn Minister, EdiiiK ApUnM (lermntiy. Scientifically, tho disease may be trustful, but thft world knows that ward do Stocckl. Ho found that antagonism exists between America Hussin was not unwilling to allow divided into two classes. One is the following tho and Japan. I maintain that these her possession to pass Into the hands pseudo shell-shoc- k . course outlined In men of unstable London, March :tl. Renter's antagonisms aro stronger than those of a traditional friend, but would not nervous equilibrium, deprived of correspondent sends the fol- which, despite thu war, exist bepermit it to go to a European power. food and made to fear for their lives, low lug concerning the uddress of Dr. tween Germany and Jnpan. 1:00 p. in. Koniiu trip ?'2.00 Tho price to be paid was largely a and tho second class is true shell HrtMiien Alfred Zimmerman, Minister of For"When I also wished to persuade I regard to Ger- Carranza that Japan would Join the matter of maintaining the dlgnltj of hock occurIB , mcll vb r,,,y sus " eign Affairs, with " Mum-mul- l " 0! 1.75 Hussia many's attotiiit to embroil Mexico alliance there was nothing extraord- tho contracting parties. taln blows of falling sand bags and u thought $10,000,000 would bo "about planks, or are burled In the upheaval " l.'-'(Vntortowii " ,". 1.7fi o and Japan with tho United Suites: inary In this. The relations bolween Hugo linase, leader of the Socialist Japan and Mexico aro long existent. right. Soward proposed $3,000,000. of earth following shell explosion. "- " 1.50 HiiiHoid kin " followed, Unfortunately the false division coin- minority in tho Kelchstag, remarked The Mexicans and Japanese aro of a "Splitting the difference" suggested prises which Seward after " SO or 9" per cent of tho total thut the Herman offer of an alliance like race and good relations exist Suimytlalo ....2.0(1 ' ,. " "knocking off" half a million. This number oi reported and they offer tho , with Mexico had uggrvulled the sit- between the countries. ) :"f 1.T.0 brought the sum down to $7,000,000. poorest hope ot recovery of the prop'2:W " Duntlw ' iSkliiR Awny Allies." uation with tho United States, and ' It was then found that tho Russian er material spirit which the boldier replying, said: Dr. iiuiiicriiiiiii, "Wht.ii rurther the entente press Arrive KllmiU-- '2'M) p. m. .. ..t WfUll' IMF I..ll. 111 rn.. f.ixf-in- - ' ufflrnis that it is shameless to lake Pur Company had claims against the should hnve. The true cases generally H'llVI ll'll ...lllMltwas 1 merely away i'liis such reproach must have Russian Government which it LmiisvilU' :; p. in. They za. I wax not n naive recover within a fortnight addressed, by a ronto thai appeared n peculiar effect coming from pow-ei- s thought the purchaser should extin- may, however, slip on then Into the guish. This was agreed to, and Leave Louisville April stli 7:30 p. m. to me to bn n s.ifc one, Instructions who. llltt our enemies, made no $200,000 was added forthat purpose. pseudo class and become unlit for n military duty. to our representative in Mexico. It scruple, in taking away from tn two The general argument' was that tho i being investigated how these In- oouers rnd people with whom we $7,200,-00on the payment, structions fell into the hands of the wero hot ml bv treaties of more l.'.ai. Interest Clear Ah.ij The UVsto. would easily bo met by the ande-tiA'tnericun authorities. hlrtv vuirs. The powers who Rowel regularity Is the secret of nual yield of timber, mines furs and to niake pliant an old Kuroptnn fisheries. good health, bright eyes, clear comIn Kent of War. "1 instructed the Minister to Mex- .'itii.ir. of culture like Giwe by u:: I . On tho evening of Friday. March plexions, and l)r King's New Life vloP-n- t means tatr.i )t ico, in .the event or war with the nrjWIed and 29, 1S67, the Russian Minister in- Pills aro a mild and gentle laxative reto propose a (lerman rats'.) ttu-h ji repioaeh agalns us. United State, formed Mr. Seward at his home that thnt regulates the bowels aud "W'h'-'- i thought 'of thl allianc.i the Emperor had given consent to lieves the congested intestines by alliance to Mexico and simultaneous; the accumulated wastes withly to .suggest that .lapmi join the with' Aii" ice aud Japan I nUn?e.t nij the ccssjon. And by 4 o'clock the alliance. 1 declared expressly that, el to !e guided by the con.i' loratio:. next morning, tho treaty was en- out griping. Taku a pill before re despite the suhuiarlnn war, we hoped that our brave troops already have to grossed, signed, sealed, and ready tiring and that heavy head, that dull America would mulntuin neutrality. light ngaiust a superior force of ene- for transmission by the President to spring fever feeling disappears Dr. King's New I.lfo Pills n t J our ilk i "My instructions were to be carried mies, aud my duty is, as far as the Senate. There was need ot to keep further enemies away haste, for the end of the session wjs druggist, 20c. out only after' the United States declared war and a state of war iuper-veno- from tboin. Tliat Mexico and Japan i near at hand. I believe. Instructions suited that purpose eveu Herr Ilaase th In tho debate which followed the fi.WK lUHTil TO TK.V IIAH1KH IX TK.V YKAUS loyal as regards he will not deny. were President's massage the. extremes of "Thus 1 considered it a patriotic ridicule of the proposition United States. (Jon. Carr.tnza could, were duty to release those instructions, Frank Scott and his wife, of Ken-settip to the present, have, heard noth-Ifireached The matter dragged along, Ark., have been marriinl ten of it If life United Suites hud not mi! I hold to tho btaudpolut that I with outcries and protests, until the boys have been published tin; instrurions which came jcted rightly." ratification on May 28, Rut It was years. Nineteen . into its hands. Our behavior connot until the 27th of July of the tol- - born to them. Six died at birth. Of Safe Medicine for Children. trasts, considerably with the behavior tho thirteen living there are three lowfnir veur thnt nn net mnWliifr ., , "lb It safe?" is tlio first question to . ir Washington. yliiiSRii was sets of triplets and two sots of twins. ii upriuuuu . iu in lor uo cunsitiereu wnen iiuviuk Criticise-- . WllhOti. ivuku finally passed and approved. On tho Tho parents aro partial to tho letChambermodicino for children. "President Wilson, nfter our note next day tho Secretary of State made ter "A" of the alphabet in naming nf January 31, 11)17, which avoided lain's Cough Remedy has long been requisition upon tho Treasury for them. Ashboll, Archer and Austin of young $7,200,000 to be paid to the Russian aro 4'A years old: Arthur and Arall aggressiveness in tone, doomed It a favorite with mothers AH proper 'immediately to break oil rela- children as it contains no opium or Government, whereby Alaska became nold 5li years; Alfred, Alban and other narcotic, nud may be given to inure liv novmoMI iti full Adolpb IS mouths, and Abel and tions with extraordinary roughness. .. mj "' '- ...11 I .....l.l .... Chicago Tribune months Our ambassador no' louder Imrt the i 1:11111 ua t uiiiiuruii v ..a iu uu utiuii. I Williln f!n half century that has Abner iippoituiiity to explain or elucidate it is pleasant to taKe, too, wnicti a I slnco elapsed, "Seward's Folly" bus orally our attltudo. Tho ' United nf great Importance when a medicine long since ceased to bo a byword. Of Slates government thut. declined to must be given to young children. incjilculnhlt. value have heen tho 7 FOR FLETCHER'S negotiate with w On the other This remedy is most effectual in m- -, trMRUrea ,akpn from sea ., ,.,nj ' loving coughs, colds anil croup, uu in Alasku and itt, borders iu lish, ttir build, it addressed itself Immediately m to all the limit r.il powers to induce taiiuihlo everywhere. I During thirty-tw- o and minerals. ihom to join l Un United States and Soldiers of years of nilulUK Alaska has produced si:ks iu't Thirty-thre- e break wlfh us. Scotch girls and one Ll'lTI.K OK Tin: w.v K over $3B 1.000,000 worth of gold. "Every unprejudiced person must silver, copper and other minerals, Irish lass took a plunge into the un see in Mil; hostilo attitude of tho yet scarce- known, setting sail on the steamship Parlt lui.s really seen very little of and It has seams of coal as American government, which seemed ly touched that arc not second la California from Clasgow to Join their despite the fact that all the to consider it ripht. before being at the war prospective bridegrooms iu America. magnitude to any in the world. palatial hotels of Champs-Klysee- s, . ar with us, to wt the entiro world Tho bridal .ship arrived last week ,)ublic Institutions, schools, and great brldes-to-b- o .tgafnst us It cauuol deny us the gar with the thirty-thre- u Muscle Soreness- tlclicicil. numbers of private residences hnv-- ' right to seel; allies when It has itholt Unusual work, bending and lifting aud cheerful, though not one of them t been converted into hospitals, but practically declared war on un. or strenuous exercise Is u strain on bad ever seen this country, and some pub"Ile'rr llaase hays it canted great Jie wounded at least those thoblous- tho muscles, they become sore and hadn't seen their Intended for years "grands indignation in America. Of course, lic sees (the you aro crippled and iu pain. Aud yet It is sometimes said that es" remain Inside the hospitals)-s- o still, Sloan's Liniment brings you quick women are lacking In courage!--Ne- w in tho first Instance, tho aftalr was neat, bo well and so happy that employed as an Indictment against easy to apply, it penetrates York Sun. Tho Climate Is Delightful on tlto Boautilul Mississippi they attract little attention, and relief, us. But meanwhile the storm abated without rubbing and drives out the while it Is unusual to meet some who slowly and the calm and sensible poTHK STKXOGIUI'IIUK IX are badly crippled, they aro mostly soreness. A clear liquid, cleaner fiOVKUX.Mr.XT SKUVICK liticians and also tho great mass of young, wear their war cross prouldly than mussy plasters or ointments, it the American people saw them was ind aro smiling llko llio others. docs not stain tho skin or clog the nothing to object to In tbeso InstructFormer President Tuft, In tho pores. Always have u bottle handy Nearly every Thursday thurc In a ions. In themselves. 1 refer especially for thu pains aches of rheumatism, courso of uu article iu tho Youth's review In tho Cour des Invalides at gout, lumbago, grlppo, t, Companion, snys: bruises, to thejc ..tatements of .Senator Underwhich hundreds of these soldiers, DURING MARCH AND APRIL Kvuu at times newspapers If 1 were a young man with a colwood. backache and all ovtorual pain. most of them lualmnd, aro decorated 3 lege education, and if I bud no leanAt your druggist, 2T.c. with tho military medal or the war Enjoy the balmy air and suushliio lit this enchanting ing toward any particular profession, cross. XKW AKMV DISKAKM but did have a taste for Government n-- J laud of flowers. Play golf or tennis, motor, fisli, sail or Resides thoso simple ceronionios, KiDsan" u' c . leiirn tlinrniiL-hlCAMiK.D SIIHMi SHOCK work. I should etuoptiun of the pompous with the row. Low round trip lores, and convenient train service. J stenography and typewriting Tln.ii 1 tho fuiicrul o'f Gcu. Gull lent and Lot us quote from a recent edition should apply for a position In the of July rovlow, tho city powers civil service of the Go eminent, con of thu London Post: huvo grudged tho Parisians nil mil- Tlckols to Now Orleans and Gulf Cooit .TIii Pfiullitlltv llcttu trwt lannil hv fldtnt that I should ho appointed to a points via Loulsvlllo ' spectacles. The Joys of victory . ... ..... itury , O(J0 & Nashville 11 R., pwmlt mJo tUj. to rmuacoln ot slight ctU ; mi? nui ui.i3 ii.i.iviiiv ii'i 1...00 iivii- - good position. huvo hecii doled out to them, so to Tor lllujtratsd llloraturo, schodulo, Tho routine work--takicommisbloued odlccrs and men,- - of routine cla, opplij to local Change Safely Passed by speak, In homeopathic doses: hero- - bom GOT) are dead, l',G7!J wounded letters from dlctntlou, indexing und representative! ol tlio Loulsvlllo 6 Nwhvlllo R. 1. or eddrow ibiu bus been kept anonymous. Thus R. D. Pusoij, General IWmi0 Taking LycKa E. Pinkham'o it was only blowly and by degrees and !)4S missing, amotig the wounded jlllliig and copying routine matter A0Qut, LoubvlUo, Kj. I " being "11 cases of would bo nothing moro than nn ra Vegetable Compound. that tho significance of tho vlctorlos It would familiarize warfare, llko thut on tlio'pruntlceship. of the M.irno and of tho Yser was le.-io- net, fi.,i.f ii.if.i.it It, .ll.(l.et iilmi .1. A with pnrnni lit nil If. ..intliniln ,.f E3 B i jg&M&SL peimltted to reach tho public Car' w I' v feet deep, bus dovelopcd Its own mill- - j doing business. And It would teach .- "I never get tired V.'ngoncr, OklaMagazine. toona 'tury peculiarities. To tho medical i mo a loyalty to tho t.'ovenimetit. of praisins Lydia E. Pinklmm's V etre- . table Compound profession it has brought n now dls-- 1 which every person should liavo hecuui.o during How's This? ease, known as shell-shoc- k If I bnd got full value from in or "shock of Life I Chunjjo Wsj offer One If und reel Dollars fholl" ns tho Hrltlsh U'nr Oftlco olll college education aud my spcclul wna in bed two ,.li i ...nlt.ltir. It, ni.iiwhiMI'nj T OllUlll.t I . i.ti,.tl.l years and had two Reward .for nnj' caso of Catarrh 'chilly calls It. ilMliiliit. 111 fiiiwii,.,, operations, but all thut cannot bo cured by Hall's To understand Its causes and ac- - havo acquired a fund of general in-- ( the doctors und op tlons wo must take our place in. tho j formation and an cfllclency in my i erations did mo no Catarrh Cure. CO.. Toledo. O. CIIKNEY ' Tailfcff .i ipim n m, IM.fl fi'mr riniMK.li- will i n pniiii..iiivr nn i l.i. (Irct' .vni-Illml would mnkn mv minm-i.-i-., rood, and I would j Wc, V. J. unilersiuuci),A have known F. & ....,.-- 4 1 B& """" i V....vliavj been in my Cheneytho thu lust 15 years, and belleva lino. "An uttack Is simmering and tho anxious to glvo mo a moro Importtuit for honorablo In all jjrave Unlay had it lilm perfectlyitml flnauclally ublu business constant preliminary bombardment and respniislblo place, Tho fait that transactions not been lor Kyuia cut any obllxutions iimdu by Ills to carry Ann. loiml or governmental eareer. When 1 had a i;otioral or collego eduction of heavy nnd light artillery Is on. U. PinUhnm'a VB. NATIONAL. UANK 01 COMMnitCli. a ii n no iii) Toledo, O. etublo Compound Shells, shrapnel, high explosives might soum for tho llnio to bo an tho l'ltiuan sstoni wus Invented my Haifa Catarrh Curo Is which brought tno out nf it all rigut, so actlni; directly upon the taken Internally, aro rnlnod on thorn and on thu trench unnecessary adjunct, but as I gaino'l father, who was then a practicing ANTISKI'TIO HAIAMJ blood und niu 1 am now vcll and doull my bousov;ork, cous surfucct of tho system, Testimonials to tho confidouco of my chief It would lawyer, made himself futnUiar with lesldcti working in my garden. Bovcrul dent free, 1'ik-- 75 cants per bottle. Hold with its narrow communication by all Dructfiits. tho supports in tho roar, until thcro make him more and moro dupeudent it. llu used it to groat advantage PETRO-MENT- A of my HL'ie,bbora havo got well by tali Yako lla.ll u Kuniitr I'llla fur comtlpatloo. I do not iu Ills practice and later, when ho t:i(j Lvdta u;. I Miom' vej;etauiei.oni-iwund."- is a constant din of tretnondous ex- - upon mound my judgment. Acts by absorption nnd Inhibition. Mrs. Viou. Finical, Wugon-v- r. plosiomi'uud the air Is lilled witli iiuiun to say thut u collugo oducailnn became a Judge and a Cabinet olll- A Hlinplci Keniift.t. Okla. havo often rogrottud that I .Most offuutlvo roniedy known for Jlurdoror la tills tho guy who Is noxious gas. Time has cntno to b'colc An uucossary A high school uducu- - our. Buch warninjj isyiriptorna u sons of , oteul-.tlon- , an ulert mind. nud an upprocla- - did not take tlmo iu my youth, orll Croup, flora Throat, Sprains, Aching rovor aud tho soldier ducka hia Euirocatiou, liotllosht-tf- headachwi,bnck. to defend mo aehc3, dreall of Impending evil, timidity, Hon of what U going on Iu the world In my early professional life, to pos Joints, Ilhouinntlsm, lirult.es, Boro. Mmlniototl bond Into hW underground Judge- - Ytfs; bo's your lawyer. rounds in tho oars, jinlpit&Uon of thi M If ho should dlo could I havo dugout, crowds down with hla mates , about you will servo; but tho wider Futw myself of that Instrument for Tired and Aclilng Feet. lireiru-'- . bcr.rt snarLi befora tliu eves, i 'and walla for tho storm to blow over. ' your uiwit.il duolpllno and gmiornl j shortening work nnd for nuking val- laritiw. ccnstlnation. vnriubloaiHMititif. nnolhort A Triul WM1 Conlnco You. j uablo mumorauda, pass, bouio prfjllm- - education tlio bettor. which, liecuuso of weakness nndufczinass aliuuld belnrj.d ' .). -- Yfts. Hourspass, days by middle aved womtn. Lj'dlaK. I" ' tho tedium of wrltlnij In longhand, A kuowjedgo of stunonrapby aud M. I'lleo 25 Cimtrf. For sale by Ohio Can I aco him alono for a few luury bombardments lasting four or liKin'3 Vet' liililn f'tiiiitioiinil b.is enrrl ii ' County Drug Co, live days, and food, water, patienco typuwrltint; In useful in uny profes- - you usually do not lunku ut ull. many wotxjca -- jfly UirouU tUc erui. niiuutes? JAPAN ever-growin- g EASTER SPECIAL Providence,Ky to Louisville,Ky. And Return Saturday, April 7th. 1.1-nv- m f. f. 1 .y ' h ' " 1 , 0, n- H. E. MISCHKE, Agent. 1 . '$ t, ly K L.ALA, UIN VS For Overcoats, Suits, Odd Pants, Ladies1 Coat Suits and Cloaks. Don't miss new and us. - ...... 1 I ... ,. 'i 5 Cliildven Ory I CASTO R A i'uis Hub Clothing Co. 5 HARTFORD, KY. - gssMflftrosvwvwMMsro&ir; GULF COAST stiff-ues-- nni.f)aB v WOHAITS LIFE ng j shell-shock,- j i 1 1 i I ' .- - c i' -- i , ocs 1 , ' J U. S, FLAG FLIES OVER NEW LAND other chaplrr In tho hlntory of In thin con-- 1 vltinlnK of tho West." noctlon tho U, S. QcoloRlcnl Burvdy, Dopurtnicnt of tho Intorlor, linn ro- - "thc'llIIlTI If lll Rift RIIQINFQQ Dili lJUtJiilClJu NEEOS MOST OF ALL ' , tJ f ccntly Issued ii cnmprohoiHlvo report . entitlcil "Economic gooloRy of Ollpln County ami niljnccnt parto of Clear OPINION OK AN KXI'IUIT THAT Crook and lloulilor counties, Colora- j WORTH WKMs JMNIHII WKST INDIUM NOW l'H- - do" (Professional Paper 94), by n FOLLOWING. (JUKI!- HKHHION OP AMKKIHA H. Hastln anil James M. Hill. MOMICK 1 ,.1tl'OltMUI. Tho discovery of gold In 1858 and tho first lodo discovery In tho Uocky between The hostility business Mountains between tho sites of and tho Government Is past, and City on May OLIVER MADE GOVERNOR Hlackhawk and Central after It has coma tho era of C, 1859, marked tho beginning of li lou between theso two forces of our great gold rush to this region nnd led national life. It has not boon long' Admiral Will Unto IMnmlt Until O.ii. to tho founding of Denver. Central since business men coining to Wash-- 1 ,,.,,.. . City, tho county scat of Ollpln Coun-- 1 Ingtou grows Klcct with their plans and their binding of tho army. For g tho Goty, Is tho oldest camp In questions, were met with a shrug at vernment to Client 92ft,tH),0(0. fiat everything Ju Colorado. Tho establishment of mill- -' Department of Justice. "Wo can- the fault of thu Jews has been a Ing routers in this region led to tho the not answer your questions, nor tell and fovirltc- - expedient In tho enactment of district mining laws. you whether your plan Is within tho past for diverting tho minds of tho WnnhlnRton, March 31. The final nln..n Inn... ...... ....l.nt.l I... !.. 'P... law," was the answer they heurd If Ignorant. net of innro than fifty years' cfTort rltorlal Legislature of Colorado inf.. to bring tho Danish West IihIIoh un- 18G1, and wcro furthor supported by thu lawjers In tho Department of If the Jews aro fully rccognl.?d der tho American (lap was complpted an net of Congicsn approved July 2fi, i Justice seemed to business men to .in citizens of the row Government raro llttlo or nothing for tho per- and if they taue an honest part in with formal coreiiionlcH fit tho Slato 1SGG. This net contained tho first ' plexing economic problems that con- nldlng it. It Is lirrci to see how ffloro Department when Danluh statement of tho too prominent Minister Ilrmi was handed n Treas- "apex law," which has resulted In fronted business men, it was not ctr. bo succ'sful instigations to potheir fault, but a defect In govern- groms tlirougn ihe ixclting of vclka-craze- d ury warrant for $25,000,000, tho ending mlno litigation. mental machinery. It was tho duty purchaBO price, and wireless iiicsHiigen soldiers by wild tales. There Tho region Is of ususual Interest wcro sent to tho American and Dan- In tho number nnd variety of Its on) of this department to concern itself will ho no iris rciuuntablo reason luh authorities at tho Islands to low- deposits nnd in tho devclopcincnt of i primarily with violations of the law. vh Russia tho'il'l not tako up tho organbaton of the Federal titling of tho Jowlsh problem fas er tho Danish flag and raise the Stars mining nnd motnllurgic technique Slnco tho and Stripes. At noon y tho new attendant on tho working of theso Trade Commission, under tho able successfully as has any other counpossessions passed definitely and deposits. Tho oro deposits arc con- - I chairmanship of the Hon. Edward N. try. It must ho remembered that the finally under tho authority of tho tnlnr.fi In lllrrlilv nlftirml nlil arwltmntif a Hurley, on March 10, 1915, to tho Jews have not been singled out "dmliilBtratloii alone In Russia for persecution. Tho United Stales. grnnlto and granlto gnless. Intruded "edit ,f "By giving yon this warrant," Sec- by Irregular ninsHca and dikes of li ma uu nil hi iiiul inuiu i u nuw Polish Catholics and the Russian old retary Lansing said as ha handed tho mmi7mi1tn nf iniinti lni nr nin Tint nnd valuable governmental agency, believers havo felt the hand of the ,ho """klncss men of the Government. paper to tho Minister, "I will save deposits aro classified Leslie's. as veins. work,nB w10.1 you tho trouhlo of transporting stockworks, Irregular bodies formed country, seeing their problems from forty-eigFarm For Sale. tonB of gold. Tho valu.i by magmatlc segregation, and auri- their point of view, counseling with A 160 acre rami 4 miles east of of this paper in coin would ho equiv- ferous gravels. The veins and lodc3 them, in anticipation of their troubles alent to that weight." comprlso uranium, nnd , nnd ndvlslng with them how the Hartford, on the border of tho oil fields. Good dwelling, barn and othHands Over Warrant. tungBtcn ores; tho stockworku com-- , problems may be mot. Their problems aro many and er necessary outbuildings. Young At 11 o'clock Secretary McAdoo prise only gold-silvores; the bodnt a forma gathering of State and ies formed by mngmatlc segregation large. The present prosperity of tho orchard, strawberry bed 1 "nd other carry Navy Department officials handed to comprlso Iron and copper ores. Tho country presages a tierce war when pleasing features. If seat pike w.l be near. Sccrotary Lansing tho Treasury war-ji- gold-silvores nro tho main econ- nrmed hostilities aro over. To this Inter-counfor $25,000,000. Tho Secretary omic resource of tho region, but competition from abroad is added the See, or write Tlnsley & Barnett, no Hartford, Ky., for further particuh Moulder Comity Is noteworthy ji State In turn handed It to tho as tho Internal pressure of a nation Minister, who signed four certi most productive center of tungsten longer large enough to provldo a lars. n" ficates of receipt and four protocols In tho United States. Tho oxidized ",arKUl ,or "8 10 OR FIGHT" "SO 1 of transfer for the Stato and Treasury gold-sllvores were soft and free "",Bcncjr the business men turn to Departments of this Government, milling but at depths of CO to 100 i""5 "'""-'"'" am tho Danish Foreign Office and the feet began to glvo way to sulphide wo do to 1,el ourselves?" they ask. How tlie Cry Won an Umpire for - -Uncle Sam. legation hero. ores, tho profitable treatment of and "whnt will you do to help us? "First of ull, get our house in Immediately thereafter tho Navy which contributed largely to tho Tho year 1S45 brought 3,000 peoDepartment wirelessed Commander knowledge of milling and tuetallurglc order," replies Mr. Hurley. "Neither with other business ple with "Fifty-fou- r forty or fight" I'ollock, ranking American naval of- methods. ficer at tho islands commanding tho The discussion of tho downward men nor with tho Government will blazoned on their wagon covers. Hancock, as follows: enrichment of silver ores Is a subject savo the Individual manufacturer "Yes,' they said, "Polk is elected, "You may recelvo tho Islands In to which special attention has been whoso producing and selling meth- and we will fight tor Oregon." ods aro not efficient." Tho brother of tho Earl of Abertho namo of tho Government of tho given In this Government report. Mr. Hurley is no mere theorist. deen was, in Pugct Sound with a United SUitcs." Professional Paper 94 may be obSir At tho namo time tho Danish Min- tained free of chargo on application From his experiences as a railroad British fleet awaiting events. ister wirelessed tho Danish Governor to the Director, United States Geol- engineer, traveling salesman, busin- Robert Peel, Prime Minister of Engess manager, organizer nnd promoter land, sent his son, William Peel, and to glvo over the Islands in the namu ogical Survey, Washington, D. C. farmer and stock-raise- r, and Trade Capt. Parko, of tho Royal Marines, to of tho King of Denmark. Commissioner to he investigate the Oregon problem. With tho formal transfer the isDon't IjCt Your Cough Hang On. with tho They isaw tho incoming caravans. A cough thut racks and weakens has becomo familiarized lands becomo known aa tho Virgin your problems of business, and in tho Fed- "Hopelessly Americanized, hopelessIslands of tho Untied States, a des- Is dangerous, it undermines ignation chosen by tho natives of tho health and thrives on neglect. Re- eral Trade Commission he has met ly Americanized," was their frequent Islands nnd adopted by the United lievo It at once with Dr. King's Now tho difficulties aud has been equal to exclamation. Parko and Peel rodo up tho Stated Government. In all thoro aro Discovery. This soothing balsam rem- thrm. "Learn your costs," has been his valley nnd were entertained fifty Islands, only thrco largo enough edy heals tho throat, loosens the phlegm, its antiseptic properties kill advlco to questioning business men. by tho settlers. "Tell us how yoa to bo of Importance. St. Thomas is the most important tho germ and tho cold is quickly "Tho question of prices comes later. came to Oregon," they asked at tho and has ono of tho finest harbors in broken up. Children and grown- In Germany 95 per cent, of tho man- house of Applegato. He gavo them tho West Indies. Tho harbor will bo ups nllko find Dr. King's New Dis- ufacturers can produce cost sheets the story of tho pioneers of 1843. "Such men would make the finest transformed Into a ctrong naval baso covery pleasant to take as well as that show accurately what their exby tho United States for tho protec- effective. Havo a bottle handy In penses aro. Only 10 per cent, of soldiers In tho world," said Peel. They stopped at Nesmlth'a. Ho tion of tho Panama Canal and for your medicine chest for grlppo, croup American manufacturers know their affections. At costs as well, and 90 per cent, aro staked their horses on the grass and general military purposes. St Croix and all bronchial estimated invited them into his cabin, fourteen . 3 pricing their goods on nnd St. John aro tho other two largo druggists, SOo- costs. Dad debts aro carried along feet square, with a puncheon floor, Islands. on tho credit side of the books; de- - mud chimney and not a pano of glass. Warships Flro KnluW. ARAIIS THINK THIH precl!ltIon charges, ore Ignored or The furniture had been made by tho Formal transfer of the Islands will MAN 18 A WONDER carried over from year to year, wait future Benator hlmsolt with an ax and bo ceremoniously carried out at St. Thomas. As tho Danish flag Is low-or- cd Paul W. Harris Is a missionary ing for a banner year with big profits auger. Dolled wheat and jerked beef from Government buildings and pioneer in Arabia, and In his short against which they may bo charged. was tho exteut of the larder. The "Such conditions lead to ignorant scions of nobility slept in their own fortifications and tho StarB and' timo In that country has already adTho Unsystematic pro blankets on tho cabin floor. Stripes formally aro raised, salutes ded a Christian pago to tho "Thou- compctlton. Twenty-flv- o will ho fired by tho warships In tho sand and Ono Nights.' Tho Ameri- ducer heads down hill to destruction, yeais after ono of harbor and at tho fortifications, can Magazlno tells about his won- cutting prices as ho goes, und takes those officers met Senator Ncsmlth in with him tho elllclont manufacturer Wellington. "Do you recall that I Rear Admiral Jame II. Oliver, ders aud says: chief of naval intelligence at tho "Doctor, wo hear that you cut who cuts his prices to meet tho com- was once your guest in Oregon?" ho Navy Department, is en routo to St. open our own arm to save tho life petition. said. "Organization is tho next step. Ncsmlth attempted on apology for Thomas to assume, tho duties of Gov. of a llttlo Idiot Arab boy. Is that Trade associations are tho machinery tho brevity of their bill of faro at ornor, having boon appointed by truo?" of they also can des- that time. Daniels. Ho will servo until "Yea," nodded tho doctor. "My dear sir," Incrrupted tho pott permanont government haB been "Will you show us tho placo?" troy ignorant competition and industry. There aro in lite Englishman, "tho faro was splendetermined upon by Congress. Local thoy urged. laws will bo administered until So ho bared his arm aud thoy tho'Unltcd States about 3,000 trade did and wo enjoyed it hugely. You has acted. could sco tho long red scar there absociatlons, representing different gavo us tho best you had; tho Prince Tho $25,000,000 paid to Danish Tho Arabs looked nt him in wonder industries, In addition to nt least an of Wales could do no moro." From Ncsmlth's house Llout. Peel Minlstor Drun, it is understood, will and amazement. Then ono of them equal nuinbor of Chambers of and commercial bodies. bo deposited in New York returned to Pugot Sound and took a banks. ho was tho finest of tho lot, ono of "Methods, processes and products special ship to London. What ho Shipment of gold to Denmark at this tho ruling families, exclaimed: In an industry ought to bo standard- told his father, tho great Sir Robert, time is prohibitive, owng to high "You could fill this whole room marine and war risk Insurance rates full of silver and I wouldn't do that ized, and tho tiend 1b in that direr., wo do not know, but wo had no war tlon. with England. and becauso Danish exchange. Is at a or anybodyl" "Our oxport trado offers an op. -premium In this country and Amerportunlty for American business men, Insomnla. ican dollars at a discount in DenWhy Constipation. Injures. Those baslnesses which aro at pre-'en- t Indigestion nearly always disturbs mark. It is bollovcd tho money The bowels aro the natural sewer-ag- o engaged in oxport manufacturers tho sleep moro or less, and is often which will bo placed on timo deposit of tho body. When they sstcra will bo kept in this country for soroo becomo obstructod by constipation a n':ould not bo scrapped after tho war tho cause of insomnia. Eat a light "Foreign trado is a stabilizer and supper with llttlo it any meat, and timo und probably legislation enact- - part of tho poisonous matter which ed in Denmark doclarnfj tho gold iUov should carrv off is nbsoromi 'into u reducer of production costs. Tho no milk; also tako ono of Chamber- na a legal reserve of the Stato Dank tho system, making you feel dull and tnnufncturer who furnishes tor ex- lain'a Tablets Immediately after supportation regularly 10 or 1G per per, and boo If you do not rest much Should that bo dono8u,pid, and Interfering with tho of Denmark. m curroricy KestIon and assimilation of food. cent, of his production la Insured bettor. Obtainable everywhere could issue against local hard times and the anagulnst tho doposlt. This condition is quickly relieved by Scotsmen Aro French Citizens. nual dull season. Hut foreign trade Chamberlain's Tablets. Obtuluablo U Every Scotsman ia a French citinational; nowhere Ib Government overywhero. m moro needed than In tho zen, with all the rights and priviFOR FLETCHER'S field. Tho passago of tho Webb Bill leges of such, it ho chooses to claim Poor Hcouoniy. to promote selling them. In other words, every Scots"When I bought my phonograph T abroad will bo a great aid." Leslie's man born in Scotland Is also a mm had an idea that wo'd save niouoy by Itomnuco of Mining in Colorado. Frenchman and is thus possessed ot IJETTER DAYS FOR The region Included in Gilpin, hearing good music at homo." two nationalities, surely a unique "Woll, didn't you?" THE JEW IN RUSSIA position. Clear Creek, and Uouldcr counties, "Not a bit of it. Every time wo Colo., is exceeded in annual producAfter his coronation at Rhelma In Tho proposals of tho new Govern- 1429 Charles VII promulgated a detion of precious metals by the Crlpplo got a record that wo like, my wlfo satisfied until wo havo ment regarding unlverslal suffering cree, thut, lu return for tho assistance Crook district, but In romantic in- - Is novor a" to concert or tho do not cxcludo tho Jews. Thus It rendered by tho Scotlsh soldiers to tcrost nnd Is a record of human gono trhlevemont In tho face or great opera and heard tho banio music at might seem that tho troublous Jewish Joan ot Are, who defeated tho Engdllllcultlcs, the btory of thu discovery flrxt liund, and every ttmo wo do that question has been automatically set lish and niado his coronation possiaud curly dovelopuuent of tiliib re- - jbhw ueaiB a lot more music she wants .tied, but unfortunately such coinplt-b- y ble Scotitiion woro for all timo to bo any xocorda "of." New York World. glon can hardly be surpassed (cated questions aro not so easily dla- - considered freo citizens of France. Kd-8o- posed of. Tho immcdlato complexity of tho Jowlsh problem, asldo fre tho dlro plight of tho refugees, Is the attltudo of tho soldiers and officers at tho front. Tho Jews havo been taught that they urooutsldcrB and their enthusiasm for tho war has consequently not run high, nut tho propaganda which had been spread throughout tho army about Jewish dcllnquenccs and treacheries has been far out of proportion to tho truth It may ho nlmost tinbellcvc-abl- e in Ainerlcn, but ono of tho reasons for this constant propaganda ,vng n I)0VC on 1(lo t of tho Qav frnment to proildo a safety xent iKct Crmtcntt 15 Fluid . Drnchmil f GASTORIA rorTnfnTif.BnT.fi niii'Mfoti vtAmiviii "in y.i 'iLSEOSt VJ-y- II 1 . MI1BII ' Mothers Know That Genuine Caste, ia i 9 II lll ,., ,, ... lodo-mlnln- ( vWoSf T'l'tt OUST. "nlwa&.A lWula 4.ir.f!ll..i.c(S0r l k sur-crssf- ul &&iSffissK '' Always Bears tho of f ' &( iia W rf- h - l Hv Signature fry K f.cflKrOpfum.Morplilncnor J'nlpeBf if in 1 tfv jflfU , 44 Miiwr! NotMAwootic i P,ji cr twi to-da- it it , I V-- "JKM-i ?. ! - S?l &f1 i to-da- :; i. . A lie , urt ' pri fir .. 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This name, of course, Is truo on down to tlio county and town and ny attempt to liavo It othcrwlso will bo a hypodermic Into the arm of tlio8 who can prevent It. Tho sugcstlon that Hartford launch FOREIGN AGENTS AT THC CAPITAL AUSTRIA TO END RELATIONS SOON ANNOUNC EIVSEIMTS. Xotlre til tho Primary. Jfi.OO District office, ?2 50. offices published In this column In Announrr-mrnt- for cimn-tun- Wo nro authorized to nnnounco t.inJIdacy of AARON' T. ROSS ad.auii. tho Itopubllcau nomination for Hi poriuteudent of Schools of Ohio Mtra Subject to tho Prlmnry EIccIIm, iv Ik N li 4MATS0X J. HARNETT. . . iMItor a clean-u- p campaign this spring For Heprtvcntathe. PRESSURE t he Kr scorns to have met with popular ap-- TRAILS OF OERMAN SPIES FOUXD HTEOXf' OEHMAX V. H. TINSLEY,. .UusIupos M Wo aro autliorWed to announce the WILL FORCE HHEAK WITH candidacy of I.. L. IMDRV for IX MOST CLOSELY (UJAHRED 1 Mayor will If sue a ami the Republican nomination ior itepi to proclamation setting nsldo a vcok THE UNITED STATES. Addroao nil communicationEXECUTIVE OFFICES. i tentative of Ohio county. Saturday ffao Hartford Republican. ror that purposo If petitioned to do to tho Primary Election, go. Let a cleaner and more saniAuguft 4, 1917. tary town bo the slogan. NOTICE TO SUBSOWIHr- -'NEWS FROM THE HAGUE pi Snl-Jec- uuruay, August i, We (ire lyij. tin BaliMfrlburK iMrliiR t li H i DRASTIC LAWS NEEDED JrwwmuBt(!l thooM ililtliw x Lofftln nml Nnllif Ji p linn for enoli mliUllnniil lrii.fril.iii OliltimtlM. ltoMoliilloninil Diinl in line, moiwj In iiiItiiIiik r.i hari.li Not Iron (or repeat, Ilulnpu - ' i inoaymoun rommuiiUntloni ttontloii dvertlf be vr llni". will An eastern lady suggests that a largo body of pretty girls camp In tho Congress Will Ho Askcil To Rasa ren- - of American soldiers to encourage them In caso of war. A soldier Mcaiiiro Under Which Spies Mny -Iiould bo encouraged to go forward, Ho Prosecuted. not backward. But anyway, wo are In favor of tho plan. Washington, April 3. Tho signifiIf volunteers aro not called for until nftcr tho primary election next cance of President Wilson's warnlng August a good company can bo form- of German spies, "even In our of ed of defeated candidates In Ohio fices of government," became appar- county. when it was learned that cut soveral occasions trails of the Champ Clark was elected speaker secret service havo been of tho IIou? o but its a two to one shot covered within some of tho most that tho Congrcsswoman will havo closely guarded precincts of the ex- tho last s1'. ecutlvo departments. y dls-Jni- C'iro."barlardl Fitmois' 3vitvi&l .ArniL o j Although olllclals do not believe Tho fresh pacifist can now testify access has been gained by the that a certain Senator, although he foreign agents to nny information of o G7 years old, can yet Lodge a grcat importance, they aro under- healthy blow. stood to bo convicted that not even the Mate Department.wltu Its lil.'h If William J. Volunteers for mili- ly ronfldonial diplomatic facilities, tary duty he will likely be assigned lias been frco from invasion. to guard a California vineyard. prosecu- No evidence on which tlons can bo based has been found, Wo can't havo "bone dry" condi- it is said, hut enough has been re- tions in Ohio county as long as Green veiled to prompt a sweeping official and Hough river arc so unruly. investigation nnd cautions which the 'department believes will safeguard Wo havo never been able to detect its Interests more adequately in th. ' any till crenco between an April fool futuro. and any other kind of fool. j In his address to Congress last 'night the President laid particular It seems now that tho Easter styles stress on the activities of Gorman this year will bo khaki and ollvo and a strigeut spy law will be drab. ono of tho first war measures re- i quested of Congress by tho Adminis- Luke McLuko might add Phil I itration. At tho las.t session an es- Duster to his "Names Is names" list. plonago bill drawn by tho Depart- ment of Justlco was passed by the Why not train fish to attack sub- Senate, but failed to reach a vote In marines? tho House. Since tho war began the Justice SHARP IS TAKEN THROUGH 'Department's bureau of investigation SCEXES OF DEVASTATION charged with tho prosecution of fore- agents and disloyal citizens, has Washington. April 3. A long re- been enlarged several times. It now port from Ambassador Sharp at Paris ts expected to bo given much wider detailing tho tcrrlblo destruction facilities and powers and to become wrought by the retreating Germans nn Increasingly Important part of the In Northern Franco was received toFederal Government. day at tho State Department. Chairman Webb, of tho Houso Ju- perTho Ambassador, who made a dietary Committee, said that sonal and exhaustive study of condi- tho Espionage Bill, which failed at reports of tions, shows that published the last session, would bo taken up tho devastation havo not been in any by the committee within a day or two In some respects with a view to quick action. way exaggerated. ho reports atrocities more terrible ' than those recounted in the news THE HONOR ROLL. dispatches. In Tho foIim'itiK hae enlisted Ambassador Sharp was accompa- Company II, Kentucky National nied by Capt. Carl Boyd, tho military Guard located at llnrtfortl, .since the attache They traveled In army au- company was ordeiwl into art it v serAS TO RECRUITS. tomobiles, covering about 200 miles vice Tuesday. Those accepted will . spirit shown by tho young and inspecting some twenty villages enialii here for instructions for .seTho men of Hartford, and other parts of in the zone devastated by tho Ger- veral days. tho county, who gamely marched to mans In their retreat. Tho AmbassaGlenn, James S., Jr., Hat t ford; tho recruiting officer and signed their dor and tho attacho wero greatly Im- Austin, Other, Hartford; Williams, names- to enlistment blanks when pressed by tho damage that had been Taylor, GaIe, It) ron, Hartford; tho local company was callod out this wrought. Hartford; Wheeler, Vernon, Hart-forweek, deserve everything that can Having visited early In the war the Wheeler, John, Hartford; Klr-lho given them in credit and cucour-agomen- t. ground of the battlo of tho Marne Mcllcnry; Addison, Hubert, Any man who would teaso and later various destroyed cities, tho GcorKo I)., Mcllcnry; Walker, IScrry or ridicule theso fellows with tho Ambassador was In a position to I)., Hartford; Whilchoiise, Hen II., country In Its present position Is not mako a comparslon. Ho described Dundee (Rclnlisted) ; Hrown, Auhle decent enough to bow to an Egyp- tho recent destruction as greater than L., Rockport; Rean, Morton, Hurttian mummy. that in the north in the earlier days. ful d; Oliver, Wl he, Simmons. Tho boya who enlisted In tho com- Ho found bridges, waterways, canals Rejected by Examiner. pany tills week did ho not knowing and everyhing that could possibly bo what the luturo intended to hand used In tho way of military defense PRESIDENT HAS POWER them, not caring so long as thoy wero destroyed, and in some eases there TO INTERN' ALLIES lending service to tho land tor which was plenty of cvldenco fltat tho ravits very pioneer settlors wero not too ages wero not entirely duo to miliWashington, April 3. While Pres- toll. proud, nor too cowardly, to fight for. tary necessities, but clear wanton- ident Wilson has indicated tho beV i i re authorized 3:20. lucubators and tho ndvan- We aro authorized to nutinunro the to announco tho These men will not loavo Hartford ness. Farm houses had been leveled nevolent policy tho Government will tpg'o of their use- .... iiwn ftro i..-o-- i - candidacy of ;. s. HOWARD tor the c. ndi.'r. or S. W. LEACH for tho All U....V.U ,i.,iuKepuiillL-anomination for Suporln It' put for several days, possibly never for and thousands of fruit trees had pursuo toward Germans, in this conn en t. nomination for Justlco of tendont of Schools of Ohio county. t'-l..ico, Hoavcr Dam Magisterial octlvo cervlco, but they aro ready been cut down. fry, legal officers of tho administra3:40. Shall wo meet again and Subject to tho Primary Election. ' Subject i' t to tho Primary and willing and those who fall to Tho Amlassador saw, great areas tion directed attention to r. when General discussion. Saturday, August 4. 1917. i LIt! m, Suturday, August 4, 1917 pass tho examination deserve no lets razed. Iu somo places only detached law already on tho statuto books uni 3:55. Song by Azllco Dennett and Wo nro authorised to announco tho I credit than tho hoys' who aro accept- walla remained of what formerly der which as soon as Congress de- Mattio Leisure. V.'e irn authorized to announco thu candidacy of MKS. I. S. .MASON' for candidacy of .1. V. IIAGERMAX for , wero prosperous villages. ed. clares war existing every unnaturali4:00. Adjournment. tho Republican nomination for Super- the Democratic nomination for Jus. Among thoso wlio showed their zed nialo German 14 years of age or intendent of Schools or Ohio county. . tice of tho Peace, Hartford Magisterreadiness before even a call for vol KICKED OUT OF CAR Subject to tho Primary Election, over may by presidential proclama- PLAN'S, FOR MOHILIZATION ial Dlbtrlct. Subject to tho Primary DUO RIDES UNDER Tit l OF FARMERS TO RE LAID August 4, 1917. unteers had been issued by tho Prestion bo confined or removed as alien Election, Saturday. Aug. 4, 1917. ident aro several hoys from tho Sen.ncmles. 'il.jrc aro a ,itat many Uvuib Plans for tho raising a maximum j that of character building and that of ior class of Hartford College. Only Under tho old Prussian-America- n a month Ecparatcs them from tho ob- around this country, and they ildo In treaty of 1825. German citizens hero I.of farm products this spring, sum encouraging neientlllc funning, will ject of many years work, yet they a drcr.t many different places, but on would remain exompt from the ncr anl ftt t0 meot tho fooJ COit bo tho mutter or holding boys on tho aro willing 'to leaycj'now to;do what Uu L & N. between Ow'cnsbcro nt.d provisions of tho old law. Tha ' situation, nnd in preparation for war farms. ) WiST is asked of them th'at'Tfusslan mili- Rowling Gr.K.n, Saturday mornln? United States, howovcr, Iibh refused . conditions, win do mm at a -- mourn Mat 8. Cohcu.Stato Commissioner USQ tarism may bo' overthrown, American tuern was ono very different frota ihe to dccedo to a proposal .of thu li rlln zatlon meeting" of fnfmers to be of Agriculture, will bo ono of tho held at 10 o'clock this morniui: at f.pial'.crs at tho "mobilization meetrun. A small dog whoso Government that tho treaty be life and rlghta 'respected, anil" peaco nouc-ra-l mado secure in tho' future. Tncso muster boarded tho train at with changes and additions tho Loulsvlllo Hoard of Trade, with ing" of fnrmcra tlila morning. wishing 1 rldo with tho whit. and It is understood tho document farmers present from all parts of Tuesday's Courier-Journa- l. fellows tihoulii and no doubt will, if "5 called, bo given their diplomats 'nt tho roHB, entered tho passenger coach, will be declared abrogated If thu con- Kentucky. . " m m r Tho meeting, called by William A. end of tho yiar just as they would but was unceremoniously kicked out. duct of Germans mako such a step Snul Condolence. Durnott, clialrmuu of tho hoard's With feeling or deepest sorrow to havo had tbey remained to rccclvo Ho did not like this ono bit and was necessary. Agricultural Committee, was suggest-!go8te- d Mr. and Mrs. Scioto Hockcr nnd son, ('(.'tcrmltuH to rldo so, when tho them. by Fred Mutchler, Federal of Conterlown, tho recent loss of STOP, LOOK, LISTEN'. Deforc you throw taunting remarks train started out ho Jumped up on tho at these recruits it would Lo well to trucks, under tho tralu.whcro ho reEUl'FKA FLOI'R at lollowlm? Farm Agont lor ueniucKy, who win your son and brother In Akron, you E. S. Monohan will havo our sincere sympathy in this bo a speaker, A sate, old fashioned &B& remembering thut conscription is mained, although attempts were prices, ttrictly for eauh: Similar meetings in Hen-- , your beroavoment, with hopo that bag $ ,35 preside. blind. Inindo to dlslodgo him, until ho reachremedy for worms. $ and , you may speedily retrieve your loss. .G5 derson, Pnducah, Itopklnsvlllo bag '. ed Lowisburg where tho master dis- 12-lSevrMy.Gvr jtiti continu. As human condolence is woalc, God Is bag Congress bolng Dcmocratl-- : nil mounted nnd tho dog then obligingly 24-l1.2r other cities will follow, out um u the but tcitimurul .' Tuylor, Federal County Farm tho llfo and light and comforter. Muy $ 2.50 bag patronage handed out by commit- allGhtod. On tho return trip ho was J. T. MCY'S VERMIFUGE cn yesterday that a God bless ou In your hour of sor cffei you. ). $ 5.00 Agont, announced bag tees of tho House and Scnato will given n first class passage on account li lwri on J"i; go to Democrats. In Kentucky tho of his daring experience Iu tho fore- 1 barrel, in cloth $10.00 meeting of members of tho Jefferson row. 1V,'"p i" " " lrp to4 tokhy. Mr. Herman Rondor, Mr. Oswald $10.15 County Roys' pig, com nnd potato tamo conditions exist nnd it la not noon. Cupt. Tapscott sa hi that was 1 barrel, lu wood ii, Ultli tl jout iWsvt", or (FOB cxpoctod to bo othorwise. All bags nro of sanitary cloth. clubs would bo held at tho Hoard of Hockor and wlfo, Mr. 8. F. Wallaco It has tho flrut tluio lit his cxporlenco that tin'ril ilci, ii il uyr dlr cn'l "PCly you, veil l.i ium tud I'.t. long boen rccogrtlud that to the vic- hu had over seen a dog venture that Prlcoa uubjucls to market changes. Trado nt 10 o'clock Saturday morn and wife, Mr. Ellis Allon and wlfo, Ibn w ,uj We'll Klul yog tUl clotto to the undornoHtu part of tho TIimo prices good only to and In- ing for tho purpotio of forming tho MIeeob Etta nnd Claro Wallaco, Mr. tor boltings the spoils nnd tho Iioya' Agricultural Club. Ono of tho Corbot Lako, Mr. Clifford Mooro, Mr. . u expected to tako his uiodl-Jii- o train, hut this ono seemed pqfectly cluding Saturday, April 7. E. & S. FREY, BALTIHOar.. MD. objects of this organization, besldea John Jacktsou., W U. ELLIS & UKO. like a inun, minus tho canine at homo. Owonsboro Inquirer. ctinPtiM at Is-g1 j Austro-Hungaria' , j , I ! ht 10-15. i I i d; n. y, t.v-a- n -to-dSat-in.a- y, j , I THE DEVELOPEMENTS. . Tho most Important uevelopcmcnt in tho foreign situation since our of last week Is tho declaration of Congress, convened In cxtraordin ry cssion, that a state of war exists between Germany and tho United States. At tho outset there was hut Httlo doubt of any ohcr step being taken In tho United States but it pectus that European countries had not expected such a decisive move at this time. Tho President's message delivered to Congress has been reproduced by newspapers in tho Ally countries and lias caused great Joy in England and Francs. This declaration that a state of war exists is different from an actual declaration of war only in that it makes Iu other Germany the aggressor. words It Implies that tho war is being made on us- - and comes more as tin acceptance. Had Germany committed a single outrage against the United States great enough to bring about war Congress would havo declared war against her. As It is sho i3 warring on us continuously with her ruthless submarino policy. Just what part tho United States will play In the great war now that ahe is in it Is uncertain. If tho war liwts another year it is quite likely that wo will send troops to Prance, it would require at least six monthc to tialn raw troops for foreign service nnd it is not probable that the Arl'nlu.stratlon will send any of our regular troops to the war arena uir.il rcerui'tts are trained to tako their places here. The Allies continue to make slight paint. u Franco nnd it is believed that the entry of I his country Into the war will havo a, trcmendouo effect upon the soldiers in tho field and also upon recruiting. t 1917. For County .liuljjr. i , We are authorized to announce Wo are authorized to nnnounco tka of MACK COOK for the nomination for Judge of .indldncy of .1. W. Dt'VALL- for Autrln-IIlingar- y It lie Known RepublicanCounty Court. Subject to Itepubllcan nomination for Jailer tk tho Ohio of Subject to tho PrV Ohio county. the Primary Election, Saturday, That Sho Will Xot Accept Anry Electiou, Saturday, August 4, 4, 1917. in nexation. 1917. authorized to announce the We aro candidacy of II. It. WERIllN'j for We arc authorized to nminunco th tho Rerabllcan nomination forjudge landidary of E. E. TIXSLEV for tho London, April 4. A dispatch from of tho Ohio County Court. Subject Krptitdlran nomination for Jailer of j The Hague to tho Exchange-Telegrapto the Primary Election. Siturduy. Oluo county. Subject to tho Primapas August 4, 1917. rv Election, August I, 1917. Company received hero will ureaK that Austria-Hungar- y announce the Wo are authorized to to Wo are tho diplomatic relations with the Unlt-o- n candidacy of II. II. .MARTIN for the candidacy authorizedLEEnnnounco Reof S. A. for tho Judge of publican uomluntlun for Jailer of as the result of srong cd States Republican nomination for pressure. tho Ohio County Court. Subject to Ohio county. Subject to tho l'rlmar? by the Primary Election, Saturday, A Election. August 4, 1917. At the conference attended William and Emperor gust 4, 1917. Emperor Wo sre authorized to announce th Charles and the Ministers and C.en- We are authorized to announce tho eaudliltfy or .1. T. WEDDIN'd for tw cor-therals of the Central 1'owers.tho candidacy of .1. A. HKLLA.MV lor the Hi'liiil'llean nomination for Jailer of respondent says, tho chief subject Republican nomination for Judge ol Ohio county. Subject lo tho PrimaSubject to rv Election. August 4, 1917. dealt with was the American situa- - the Ohio County Court. tho Primary Election, Aug 4, 1917 . tlon. Wo are authorized to nnnounco tha The conference Is also said to We aro authorized to anitounco the candidacy of CHARLEV JOHXS03 received important declarations candidacy of SILAS L. STEVENS for for the Republican nomluntlou for havo JihIkp from Count Czcrnln von Clituluultz. tho Republican nomination forSubject .Iniler of Ohio county. Subject to n Foreign Min- - of the Ohio County Court. Saturday, the Primary Election, Saturday, AuTho to tho Primary Elcctlou, gust 4, 1917. ister, on tho possibility of an early August 4, 1917. peace. Tho Emperor of Austria In- Wo are authorized to announce the Wo aro authorized to announce tho candidacy of I'. A. SMITH for tho I'c lends, It Is added, to make a state- for the pul'iiran noinltutlon for ment to tho world shortly to that candidacy of WIXSOX SMITH Jailer of Republican nomination for Judge of Ohio county Subject to the Primary effect in tho arms of the Central tho Ohio County Court. Subject lo Election, Saturday, Auguit 4, 1917. Powers. tho primarv Election. Saturday, AuAu-tr- la Opposes Aiincntlnn. gust 4, 1917. Wo are authorized to ainmuiico thn London, April 4. What tho Eve-- . candidacy of WORTH TICIIEN'Oll For County Attorney. correspondent at Thoj nlng News for the Republican nomination for We are authorized to announce tho Hague terms nn obviously inspired candidacy of A. 1). KIRK for the Re- Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to tilegram from Vienna to tho Frank-spie- s, publican nomination for County At- the Primary Election, Saturday, Au gust 4, 1917. Ohio county. Subject to nirter Keltung says: , torney of the Primary Electiou. Saturday, Au"Germany cannot possibly wish to Wo aro authorized to nnnounco tho candidacy of .1. W. PERRV for tho mako peaco dependent on tho posai-- , gust 4, 1917. Republican nomination fur Jailor of bility of annexation. If certain Gcr-- i For Count) Court Clerk. Subject to Ohio county. man parties should still attempt this We nro authorized lo anitounco the mary Election, Saturday, thu I'rU August ef- - candidacy of W. C. HLANKENSHII' It must bo made clear that such Republican nomination . for 4, 1917. for tho forts would find no support iu Aus-- 1 County Court Clerk of Ohio county. Wo aro to nnnounco tho Subject to tho Primary Election, candidacy authorized DROWN of P. M. for tho Tho telegram to the Frankfurter Saturday, August 4, 1917. Republican nomination for Jailer of .cluing describes the Austrian terms We are authorized to nnnouncc the Ohio county. Subject to tho Primasimply ns a "guarantee for integrl-ig- n candidacy of M. I CHUM LEV forlhe ry Election, Saturday, August 4, ty and possibility of existence; that Republican nomination for County 1917. and Ru- Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject ia, in relation to Serbia For AMessor. mania." to tho Primary Election, Saturday, We aro authorized to nnnounco the August 4, 1917. candidacy of D. E. WARD for tho Promm f Community Fair We are authorized to announce the Republican nomination for Assescor to bo held at Chapman School Houso candidacy of L. II. CON'DIT for the of Ohio county.. Subject to tho PriApril 19, 1917. 10 a. m. Republican nomination for County mary Election, Saturday, August 4. E. C. Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject 1917. 10 a. in. Opening Address to tho Primary Election, August 4, Uaird. For MngUtrntc. Response W. R. Carson. 1917. Wo aro authorized to announco tha 10:30. Display of farm products candidacy of W. C. DAl'OHERTV for For Sheriff. Wo aro authorized to announco the tho Republican nomination tor Jus10:15. Why we have met here to-- 1 candidacy of (.'. A. RALPH for tho tice of Peace, ltoslno Magisterial Disday T. F. Tanner. trict. Subject to tho 11:00. Why I prefer the variety, RepVican nomination for Sheriff of tion, Saturday, August Primary Elec4, 1917. Ohio county. Subject to the Priof corn I grow Exhibitors. mary Election, Saturday, August 4, Wo are authorized to announco Dip 11:30. What variety of tobacco I 1917. candidacy of .IAS. A. HOLIXO lor thn grow and why Growers. We are authorized to announce the Republican nomination for Justice or 12:00. Adjourned for dinner. candidacy of S. A. RRATCHER for the Peace, Sulphur Springs District. 1:00 p. in. Uoys and girls in club tho Republican nomination for Sher- Subject to tho Prlmnry Election, Sat work W. W. Drowder. Subject to the urday, August 4. 1917. iff of Ohio county. 1:45. Organization of a club. Primary Election, Saturday, August Wo aro authorized to nnnounco tho 2:1 C. Poland China hogs why 4, 1917. candidacy of E. W. .IACKSOX for I prefer them L. P. Dennett. Wo are authorized to announce the thu Republican nomination for Jtm-tlc- o Why I prefer candidacy of O. P. JONES for the 2:25. Durocs. t. of tho Peace, Reaver Dam thorn E. C. Uaird and E. II. Milli-gaRepublican nomination for Sheriff Subject to tho Primary Elecof Ohio county. Subject to tho Pri- tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. 2:45. O. I. C.'h. My choice and mary Election, Saturday. August 4, 1917. Wo aro authorized to nnnounco the why N. M. Russell. candidacy of M. R. CHOWDER for Azillo Den2:50. Recitations Wo aro authorized to announco tho tho Republican nomination for Jus' coHidldacy of S. E. 1IEXNETT for the tice of tho Peaco. Itoslnp Magisterial nett nnd Edwin Shaver. 3:00. Plymouth Rocks and why Democratic nomination for Sheriff of district. Subject to tho Primary Ohio county. Subject to the Primarv Election, Saturday, Augitbt 4, 1917 my choice Mrs. Jno. P. Foster. Election, Saturday, August '4, 1917. 3:05. Dlack Laugshaus Mrs. E. Wo aro authorized to announco tho C Daird. For Kiipeilntcmlont. candidacy of W. H. DEAN for tho Ho- Note Women wlio aro legally publican nomination for Justlco of 3:10. Rhode Islands Mrs. T. F. qualified, are ontltled to vole for tho Peace, Sulphur Springs MagisterTanner. Superintendent iu 3:15. Leghorns Mrs. N. M. Rus- - Schooland final Ehctiou.. both Pri- ial district. Subject to tho Prlmnry mary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. to-da- y Gor-Germ- .itullilacy of M. C. S1IROADEU for Itcpuhlicun trumluatlon for Subject to tn i of .Ohio county. itiimry Election, Saturday, Anguct I For Jailer. authorized to nnnounco ttu Ja. 7 " a rfv fA Mothers V m Dun-mor- e, freyS -- rartieOuIdreri vermit use I' ki b. b. 48-11- ). 98-11- : , S3 I do-jo- m - - " When In need or a Rood novo don't forget tho ntovo dealer NEW SPRING COAT? i WHY SURE! A new spring coat has become to be" a necessity f (liy Fluko McFluke.) Hartford, Ky. Mr Alox Curtis has bought the con-- ; Al Harnett has mado application tract for carrying H10 mall between for membership In Hcg Cascblcr's Ucavcr Dam nnd Hartford from Mr. acton nnos., I'i" rir er t 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 Will Nowbolt. Judgo H. E. L. Slmmorrann and daughter, Miss Wlnnlo Davis left Wednesday for a short trip to LouiavlUo. Mr. K. J. McKcnnoy, of Louisville. ; Is visiting relatives In Heaver Dam. Ho canio over to Hartford Tuesday) returning tho Eamo clay. When In need of a Coolt Stovo, don't forget whero to get tho best. ACTON BROS., n, "Ho Kept Us Out of War Co." Albert Rial says ho has been pay-n- g particular attention for nigh on that I tho balanco of tho year out. 70 years and ho has lnvarlbly noticed If ho lived thru March ho lived vYvilPfXrc JrtV :. local school building for several days. ,cnd soldiers, owing to tho sand and ono doesn't Unrjialn in Plows We aro offering absenco of moisture, Uao to wash his faco onco In every Plows at bargains in Plows en days. prices. CO., S. L. KINO o Charllo King, our newly wed Hartford, Ky. fll! 14 A v mau says what Sherman said o Comb Whits For .bout war would look perfectly loveliPphoru Eggs for Hatching 4 ccnu ly, framed and hung In a S. S. Class m jiiB 1 each. ,'aom, compared with, his Individual m' II TIirtTTIll U flnri DepartReady-to-Wea- r" MRS. ROBERT E. LEE, I sentiments. Charllo, you know, Is a 1 ilUIHiJLFJ-L- 'i Olalon, Ky., II. 30t4p. ncmbor of Co. If., and said Company ment, where your eyes It seems that Rough river will 13 being called out. will behold a complete coino ery near tho record high water few days. The favo You Any Indian Relics to Sell? mark within tho-ncline of Waists, Skirts, I will poy good prices for desirable water, already high, will take another ollcs found In Ohio County or surjump duo to tho rains Wednesday Spring Coat Suits and rounding Counties. Scad outlines Light and Thursday. hly Millinery. bowing lorm of relics. Write E. compli G. Koown-higMr. J. mented tho Fiscal Court in an ad- ',. Itonno, Caamos Monitor, St. 30t4p He Charlos Mo. dress to that body yesterday. said It would bo a' hazardous under I'ifccal Court Meet". taking should ono attempt to buy a Tho Ohio County Fiscal Court conmember of tho Ohio Fiscal Court. ceited in regular session on tho 3rd., WANTED Woman to cook and with Hon. John B. WilEon, J. O. C. do general house work, in family ol C. nrosldlng. County Attorney A. D. They are your friends. Every dollar spent guuu wus 3 adults; no wasniug; Kirk and tho following Justices pro- with them means much to our town and comand homo for right party; permanent sent; Ed Shown, It. C. Tichenor, Wln- position. MUS. C. M. MALL AM, ion Smith, S. W. Leach, W. S. Dean, munity. Accept our advice and remember Simmons, Ohio Co., Ky. S'Jl'i H. iRice, B. W. Taylor, S. L. Fulk saves you with a house pays to fine irson being absent on account of Vuiiliei-iIntroduce Kino feathers into your poultry flock by ich'icss of Mrs. Flkcrson, his wlfo. money. buying at least a setting of eggs County Clerk Blankenship being n from tho famous E. P. Thompson, nttendunco for tin clerical wori. Itockstraln N. Y. Kinglet Barred jh:. Court approved payment of from J. C. Her, Hartford, Ky. ?2 !bc piim of $12OJ.00, this boliu per 1C. months Interest mi tno fuiulli; bond Mr. LT'nTTlchenor and family Irsuetl Inst year. Treay-irc- r O. O. Hunter was have moved back to Mr. Tichenor's uf Ohio County for tho ensuing five miles from Hartford, on farm erin Kouto C, after having spent tho winA great numbar of claims of minor ter in Hartford. Mr. TIchcnor asimportanco wero passed upon. sisted in receiving tho Justices, B. W. Taylor and Ed tobacco pool. Having added 4 high bred roosters Shown were not able to return to Mrs. Mary F. Wcllcr nnd daughter, my Plymouth Rock yesterday's session on account of the Miss Hnttio Wellcr, of Dundeo, were and 30 hens to Hock, I am now prepared to furnish f xccsslvo rain. hero Mondny. Court adjourned lato yesterday to eggs of quality for 7Cc per 15. SpeAPRIL FRIDAY Mrs. F. Il7Suflcnger, Routo 1, meet May 9th. cial prices on 100 lots. has returncdarter a short visit with a MRS. B. L. TAYLOR, 3Stf Esgs, Kkjjs Wanted. TABLE. friends in Owensboro. Ii., II. & HT. Ii. It. R. TIME Hartford, Ky., It. No. 4. S. L. King & Co., will pay cash or ght No. 113 duo at EllmltcU 8:32 p. ni. Hev. W. S. Sblpp, or Ekron, will by 2S The two hearse horses-boucents in trado for eggs y and a m. preach at the Uaptlst church Sunday No. 110 duo at Ellmltch 7:30 Black & Birkhcad In Vinclnnes, Ind., Lt. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p m. morning and evening. No. 112 Tho last week havo arrled hero. Ar. Irvlngton .. 5:35 p m. Miss MarllsBa Foster, of Route 7, animals present a stately appearance. MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED Lt. Irvlngton .. B:S0 p m. wad tho guest of her brother, Mr. The now hearso bought recently by SINCE OUR LAST REPORT Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p m. Ellis Foster, last week. this tlrm has also arrived nnd the Lt. Louisville.. 8:3G a m. No. ono formerly used sold to Judge to Centcrtown, Lloyd Render, Mr. Hooker Williams, who holds Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m. Clara L. Allen, Cromwell. Reformatory Divens, of Island. Stnto Lt. Irvlugton ..10:40 a m. a position in thespending a short vaRobert E. Drako, Nelson, to Mary Capt. J.GTKeowu moved with his 1:04 p. m. at Frankfort, is Ar. Ellmltch family to Lafollette, Tenn., Wednes- M. King, Smallhous. family here. cation with his M., II. A R. U. R. TIME TABLE. Llewellyn Francis, Hartford, R. 4, day, whero he will go into the fire Bouth Bouud, No. 115 For host dealers In Furnlturo, insurance business. Mrs. Keown's to Hester Hobdy, Render. 8:46 a, m. Rugs nnd Mattings, call on Duo at Hartford J. T. Hlnes, Rockport, to Laura B. mother, Mrs. J. P. Morton, accom ACTON BROS., North Hound, No. 114 panied them. Tho leaving of this Wilson, Simmons. G:GG p m. Hnrtford, Ky. Duo at Hartford Richard Raymcr, Rcnfrow, to Zana estimable family is tho sourco of (Doth "Mixed Trains.) parTles to whomwo havo loan- much regret by their friends hero. Tho Keown, Renfrow. ed wire stretchers, pleaso return Georgo Waddell, Louisville, to NoMiss Suslo May goes to Owensboro ACTON HROS.. them at once. charge of tho ra Johnson, Narrows, R. 2. this morning to tako Hartford, Ky. Martin Porter, Beaver Dam, R. 3, City Hospital. Miss May is well Mr. R. HT Martin and Mrs. Martin Qualified for this position and while to Annlo M. Leach, Beaver Dam. Personal News 3 urn n tho bedside of Mrs. G. W. Mar sho has not decided to permanently ,ow awa bunriay SJiuol Entertainment. hos-ptll3vury remain vith this Institution, tho ami Social Eucnts. titin. r1.-"i'I 'io ladles ol iass No li of tin to not authorities aro to bo congratuHarnett, a Senior in lated if thoy can retain this excellent A'ethodist S. S. will glvo an entertain!. Miss Norlno spent trained nurso, whom Hartford re ment at tho College Thursday evenLogan College. Russollvlllo, ing April 12 at S p. m. woek-en- d with her parents, Mr. grets to glvo up. Seo Eck Rial for Garden Drcaklng last Tho prqgram will consist of a short Wo h audio 37tf aud Mrs. A. M. Harnett. Kiirmin;; Implements . nnd light hauling. play by four girls and four boys, and headings, Music, and "Remlnlscenses Planting llmo Is now nt hand. We tho Celebrated Vulcan.Chllled Mr! and Mrs. C. P. Keown aro vishavo a full lino of Looso Gardon Bluo Bird Plows, Corn Planters, Headings, Music, und "RenimiscensP3 In OwcnBboro. iting relatives Disc Harrows, Cultivators, Mowing Seed puro and clean. of the Dovatlon Party." Admission Follow Ohio county politics by ILER'S, Hartford. Machines, Hay Rakes and various 15 cents, children 10 cents. subscribing for Tho Republican. Wo also hanMr. Shelby'Stovens, who is study- other farming tools. Farming Topis for sale. Seo W. ing medicine in tho University of dle tho Weber Wagon. Plow (imo Good Road"). Bottling 11. PARKS, Ohio County Owing to tho lateness of pullln.7 Loulsvlllo arrived yesterday to bo at will soon bo hero, seo our lino Works. buying. tho plan in oporatlon to offer prlzos homo with his mother until Monday. vlnit-o- d W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Mr. andMrsTLorenzo Acton get 30 for road working iu tho Hartford Butter, Kbbs You can Hartford, Ky. relatives at Narrows Saturday and cents per pound for butter delivered Magisterial District, it has been deSunday. y Mrs. 8. T. Barnett has returned cided best to postpone tho matter or at Iler's Grocery 2G cents In cash, or 28 In from Hanson, Hopkins county, whero until fall and mako lt apply to winter Mr. Hnrry Glenn loft Saturday for Eggs sho went to attend tho funeral and work etc. Keep your eye upon these Akron, Ohio, where ho has Jollied tho trade. burial of. her uncle, Mr. Willlani 11. columns. local colony. Don't fan to attend tJio tho at tho Slaton, who was killed last Friday Mrs. II. E. Brown has roturnod to Ladles entertainment Republicans Win. by a falling tree. Tho Madlsonville her homo after a visit with friend College Thursday evening April 12. Detroit, Mich., Aprlt 4. Repubj'gjHuBtler iu regretting tho death of wholesorao fun nnd rolatlvea In Owensboro. An evening of for tho Stato SuI Mr. Slanton speaks of him as ono of lican candidates , ,, Miss Mary Mnbon has returned af- promised, ,lflll liont known nml premo Court and minor olllcca swept ter a week's visit In Beaver Dam witb. Garden Secdnnd spring Is coming, It respected citizens and Michigan at Monday's election. uct your Bay(j hQ tho fnmlly of Senator Lench. so don't put oft buying, that tho aver-ag- o a,wny8 on hQ r,ght bWo was estimated y Mm. R.'FrKeown and children re- wants How whllo our stock Ib plentlRepublican plurality would be miction. It seems Dundeo,' whero fUl. ACTON UUUS., A light vote was turned Tuesday from was watching tho men cut about 100,000. that ho Hartford, Ky. they havo been visiting relatives. tho trco which" did not fall according cast. Walter Brpwn,co1ored, was to expectations catching him under Looro Garden Seed absolutely and brought to Hartford on tho mass. Tho deceased was well MISniKK HAS NO ORDEHS puro ami guaranteed In every reREGARDING NEW PASSENGER ILER'S. Hartford. spect. tho 4th, by tho Marclml of Rockport, known in Hartford. . and ia 8cYenil"ofTiio local "young men charged with When questioned rcgnrdlng tho ruwas lodged In $15 Wheat a Reality. gave 11 danco at Dr. Bonn's rluk last In dofault of bail mor that u now passenger train was 4. Two-dollChicago, April Jail. Friday night which was highly to bo placed on tho M. H, & B. RailSpring time Is here." Got busy and wheat bocamo an actuality great broad-makin- g cereal for road, running between Evansvlllo got' your Plows, Harrows und all Tho 1 Mr. R.D7Wnlkor"left' Satuiday you need. Tho delivery next month sold at that and Kllmttch, tho looal agent stated Akron, Ohio, where he fnrmlntr Implements (iflornooit for ur!e'o,.at tho opening of tho Board of that ho had no orders to Indlcato . got your supply Is at l.as n position wllh a rubber comp.i-ny- bast pluco to '1 wdo It is tho hleheot prlco that such a move was to bo made. ACTON BROS., Tho Jovial "Hob" la missed by The. need for a passgugor train on over paid horo on a normal market. Hartford, Ky. his Hartford friends. clos-lug-oHno--.yp',,,, Hartrord, Ky. Instructions to hoist tho American Howard Glenn, who lately returned Flag on Hartford College rcacho.1 Prof. Urown too lato as tho Stars and from tho Mexican Hordcr says It's Stripes have been Hying from tho tho greatest place In tho world to too where they havo a Piano Tuner under arrest up at Ashland, lan;cd with being a German Spy. II Iihk been noised around that wc had some sort of a piano man hero iccently who was a kind of a spy. -- Coats and Suits at Most Extraordinary Prices Coats in plaids and stripes, also white Chinchilla, at $4 to $11. Suits for Ladies and Misses, in solid colors, also checks and silks, at $18.00 to $22.50. See our line of Crepe. ii SulcT-Slngl- I il nlllii'l iUnr Shirt Waists, of Organdy, Silk, Crepe de Chene and Georgette Ready-Mad- e Waists from $1.00 up to $5.00. xt See our white Shoes in canvass and reinskin, from $3.00 to $4.50, for Easter and spring. for spring and summer for Men, Children, Misses and Ladies, consisting of Patents, Kids, Gun Metals, in pumps, straps and blucher and button Oxfords, prices from $2.00 to $4.50. Low-Cut- s tl Buy At IIomeBe Fair With Your New Home Merchants. : that New Gingham it trade that - ) Dresses for children from 50c to 75c; also line of ladies' Ready-mad- e Gingham Dresses at $1.25 each. Ready-mad- e J5feg?ffi6b Carson & XSTCOZSZ'Ori.A.TED Co. r Hartford, Ky. ) CCCO0O0OCKKX0CKCOCKXXO00600O0CO00O000O00OO9OO00O Hartford Republican. -- We Are Selling h y Lots of goods at prices which would not replace them on the open market. Do you want in on the deal? You may save at least 25 per cent. Whenever goods can be sold at same price on credit as cash, you can borrow money at the banks without interest. Try it and see how much you get and let us-know. Strike while the iron is hot. to-da- to-da- Ill ... p t " al o s? Dry Goods Clothing Shores p Hals and Caps Furnishings and Ready-to-Wear Ladies' Millinery i 8 J. T. VINSON & SON, Beaver Dam, Ky. oeoooooooooeoecjoooooooooc i be-fo- ro $ ooooooooooooooooooooooooc this lino Is to-da- .. ,,,, great and tho people nc- - company will havo a capital stock of commodated aro so anxious to hear $20,000. Books will bo opened for information to subscrlbtlon duriug April, Those be .. ...U..W l. whiQtin that- nnv 11 hind tho movement figurp that the n.., ..(Tont In nnlnrcnil 111)011. WIUl " l.vfc may bo, however, that tho train 13 stock will bo subscribed in full by to como nnd that Mr. Mlschko will not later than tho niiddlo of tho recclvo instructions later. There, montUV OwcnBboro Meosonger. T- -1has been no regular passenger on the MEN OF GERMAN HUtTII & E., for about threo years. M. II. v i !.' to-da- DESERT FROM U.' 8. ARMY OWENSBORO MAV HAVE NEW OVERAL1, IWCTORV of tho Lowlsburg The falluro overall factory to locate Its branch factory in Owensboro had tho offect of arousing tho Interest of local capital In this particular lino of stat-u- d manufacture. Mayor Hickman Saturday that thero is now In courso of formation a company composed of local mcu who will build and equip a factory for tho manufacture of overalls aud suitings. The cd houso-breaktn- c, y. El Paso, Tex., April 4, s'ino from tho United, States army on tho bordor wero reported to Federal and county officials yesterday having deserted during tho Inst throo days. Tho majority of theso deser-torlt is said, wero of German birth and wero thought to havo gone to Ammunition 'smuggling L Mexico. holtig resumed along tho border hero aro and qunntltlcos of ammunition known to havo crossed to Mexico during tho last week. s, dc-sor-tcrs ImSimi i .iii niTi i tn , i. n ' ' ii" u .iiafaarr i1 ' 1 ' wwrww w :v. n Jwui mu a T&xjr'vmixxFmi''vmnr ivim.j lrW Farm Department farmer who neglects tho garden gats tho sort of Hying to which a fanner Ho may wake n lot of la entiled. monoy on other things, but ho will not havo sufficient money to buy ns -- fruit sirup for soda fountains, Whilo raised nt homo, Tho hard-ru' farmOitirninK Mn'lo KiuIw. as .WASHINGTON cot butter "to cotes theso new sources enter the fluid er with a fow acres who cares well Failure to In purchasing small for his gnrdon has better things to competitors by 'hiV. hi' is no ae iinc.oii.tuoi.1 D.C. especially (luring tlio wint- fruls, tho supply from families who cat and gets, or should get, morn patronlto tho Krovcrlcs countlnucs. altafBCtlon out ot fo tlmn Ul0 own. er season. Tho trouble niost often Those who havo planted or aro , p of w,(,o mMm wh) bny occurs on thoso farms where only a LLOFAMERICANlI about to plant an orchard may welt tables iu tho market or does without. few cows nro nillkod. If tho milk of Importance ot panting Tho great fields of wheat nnd corn, ono or two animal Is responsible for consider tho In a city ticrc good Voteli or abounJ, lh Powhatan htada th other mill: small fruits between tho rows tho broad acres of cotton or tobacco, tfco difficult churning, Int. plantation by tho rippling meadows nnd tho dowy when mixed with It will overcome young trees or in a It It firil la th heart! ot III countrymen. trouhlo themselves. These small fruits will pastures, tho herds and flocks ami the trouble. Usually when the bearing and glvo tho "bending orchard trees" nil oscurs It is duo to ono of two causes: come quickly Into revenuo churning tempature or the planter much needed theso belong to good farming nnd An Incorrect waiting for his orchard nro things of Joy and beauty. Still becauso of tho peculiar composition whilo ho Is to como into bearing. Small fruits havo them nil nnd not of somo milk and cream This They ...... .. tuiu ........1,0 nt timl nro tho noor man's berries. The a farm may It cannot bo complete be If Forman wero toAro IjiuycrA, an t.i iiiut'""' " ...... complete if wu glvo another uunuh money year cream should bo churned at a 'poor man can secure, ready it lacks tho heart nud center ot it all orange ho would simply say,"I glvo from a littlo patch of strawberries or -- a real fnrm garden, rich, frtJ .1 higher tempature than during tho you this orange," but when the transthis reason a raspberries, blackberries or grapes in closo to tho house, action Is Intrusted to the hands of a summer mouths. For icfincJ. The IWIialan cUmt, nnil rotfuL ll careful regulation of tho tempature his garden, or from currants and n sourco of good living from tho first lawyer to put iu' writing ho adopts lent location en rfnnlram Thero arc somo parts shooting up ot tho green things In I81I1 Is necessary to glvo tho proper caso gooseberries. aii'l II btrtttl, Avtnur, this form: "I hereby glvo and conof tho country whoro npples, pears tho spring until tho winter snows vey maUi it a ilnitaMr dtnlquaf If tho tempature nt rn churning. to you, nil nnd singular, my brutal coitpln, toumt Itn lorconvention, Scliovli ami grown, owing which one churns is not high during and peaches cannot bo Initio, havo drifted over it all and hurled nnd Interests, right, title, claim u1'cgc im winter months, the cream must to tho severity of tho winters but tho parsnips nnd salsify nnd advantages of nnd in said orr. Topic of culture anj tilufation. a longer tlmo to form even in thoso latitudes tho sight. bo churned from ange, together with all Its rind, Juice, IMl.Mllllj IU .J.d.r, ..mi sat.. g Ono may churn at so slow a berry will succedd by giving It a Tho lcttuco an.l pulp, pips, nnd nil rights nnd adMi.v DiiAttiTinfc aim in man9 strawy foinn ol tnMufir.il inttrot. tempature that butter will not form slight winter protection of tho hardy and hurrying vantages therein with full power to radishes, inaltn tl: li'tcl especially ata reasonable amount of churn- - j ter or strawy manure. The currant, rows of pens, tho long lines of beans bite, cut, suck and nthcrwiso tractive to a discriminating pubent lic. grape aro tho hardest nnd cabbages nnd tondcr roasting-earIng. It Is n very common practice gooseberry nnd tho samo, or give tho snmo nway with The Powhatan crTtra teomt during tho winter months to allow of the other email fruits for northern tho laden tomato stalks, tho iur wiiuuui 1110 rinu, skiii, juici1, puip with detached bath at 51.50, l 00 and up. Kcoma with pritangled masses cream to become so cold that it will localities, of tho cucumber or pips-- , anything hereinbefore or vate bath, $7.30. JJ 00 and up. vines, the golden squashes and tho hereinafter or In any other deed or not churn. Write for bovVlel with mip MakinR Spraying l'ajr. green melons, tho as- deeds, instrument or instruments of Sometimes when cold cream is agl- CUrFORD M LEWI.".. Jlan.jt. "Why arc so fow of the small homo paragus bed, tho fruitful straw- whatever nature or kind soever to tatod in tho churn it will whip and expand until the churn is nearly full, homo orchards sprayed?" A well-I- n berry patch, tho currant bushes by tho contrary in nny wiso notwithn l6j,H.,l..M.,,l'.i,.i:.l !i. this condition butter will not form known fruit expert asks tho question, the fenco and tho standing." becauso tho cream cannot be sum- - and supplies the answer in tho Week- - herbs in tho corner surely tho farm clently agitated. When a low tern- - ly Sun (Canada.) "First of all, that lacks theso is not really a farm, of the cream is tho cause causo the owner Is not familiar with becauso it lacks tho first nnd essenof difficult churning tho trouble mavjtho spraying operations and becauso tial part, tho heart that sends the Ok bo easily corrected by raising the he has a vaguo idea that orchard thrills of anticipation and satisfactempature. When a cow becomes spraying Is expensive and intended tion through tho whole. Southern nearly dry tho butterfat globules In only for tho largo commercial grow-th- o Agriculturist. Used Years milk cecomo very small and col- - er." Every treo or other plant that THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, lect with great difficulty on being agl- By applying THE SATURDAY EVENING POST tated in the churn. During the wlnt- - grows has enemies. er the feed Is such that tho fat glob-- 1 proper chemicals, many of these and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN become very much harder and asltcs may bo destroyed before they wish to secure the spare time of a man or woman to act as local reprethis likewise Interferes with ease In havo Injured the host plant. churning. In tho orchard, for instance, we sentative In Hartford and vicinity The cream also becomes more vicslous as tho animals advance have caterpillars which eat apple looking after tho renewals of their in their lactation period and this (leaves, and if, beforo tho caterpillars many subscriptions in this section, again makes churning moro difficult, begin their work, tho loaves arc and Introducing these publications Whenever butter granules fall to coated with a poison spray or dust, to new readers. Payment will be Tiie Woman's Tonic GUARANTEED HEHVICK appear in about 30 to 40 minutes' the pest is poisoned beforo it has mado in salary and commission. PreOne hundred per cent churning, tho cream should be raised dono much damage. vious cxperlenco Is desirable but not value. Special work for W, Sold Everywhere In undertaking tho protection of essential. For details address, with 01 in tempature. It Is well to raiso tho O. W. tempaturo only a few degrees at a tho trees nnd fruit from pests, ono references, Box G54, THE CURTIS W. F. STEVENS, o PUBLISHING COMPANY, time for If too warm the cream will must consldor tho insects and IndependR. F. D. 7. Hartford. Ky. very soft, salvy' cases together, and 17(2 comblno the ence Square, Philadelphia. butter with a Representing Continental e texture. If on raising tho tempera- - sprays so that both pests are Marble & Granite Co. a few degrees tho butter refuses trolled. The fungicides used for the L Making Money in Russia. nro the insecticides in com- to gather, a further raiso of A still more direct bit of testimony ture is necessary. Whenever a raise mon uso today can readily bo cora-o- f about Russia comes to mo from an fi tempaturo does not give satisfac- - blned, so that by ono application international banker who for two tory results, add cold, pure water un- - both pests arc controlled, years has been studying tho Czar's til tho cream Is diluted down to about ' Tho man who wants to make every domains: the thickness of milk, reseparatc the 'dollar and every hour count In Fifty-fiv- e Lestypewriters. "Russia materials, has the o and discard the skimmilk. Ing will study tho insects he is sons explained by Moving Picsho has tho rich land, the breadth of cream should then churn easily, ' ing. He will remember that thcro Is territory, tho fuel and tho people to ture machine. Seven big Dea time to spray when the application bo another United States. but upon iaf rtoulo ensuea th y partments Shorthand, BookI 111 17nD Drocnuil uvnrut? but upon failure to produco butter, ' will be worth many times as much as Russia is manufacturing an enorkeeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Ditiolved in water for douches atop tho cream should again be diluted it would be if done at some other mous quanlty of stuff sho never Musi:, Primary Normal. Expelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflamand rcscparatcd. date. Ho will study tho literature of knew sho could mako and which pert teachers. Modern equipmation. Recommended by LydU E. tho subject and be guided In this by heretoforo Pinkham Med. Co. for ten year. ment. sho bought from her Position assured. "ls own experience ana by the ex- - neighbors." Littlo Chicles. Wrlto for catalogue. tore throat and aora ejrea. Economical Many small chicks are killed by perlence of practical orchard men. Last year saw 1,000 now millionHat eltiaordtoarr cteaanaA adJ wvL4UI mmk ISacfUFrM. 30c. all 3r.iu. o potf) trj Keep T,le government supplies good, and chilling. aires mado In Japan. War muniDaviess Co. Sus. College warm and hungry. Feed noth- - ,labI information regarding spray tions! A slmlliar thing is happening ing put pure, wholesome and easily lnK in Russia. Incorporated There is nothing of tho mysterious digested feeds. Kalso them on fresh Said tho banker: "Thero will be OWENSUOllO, KY. OVEA 66 YEARS' ground each year. Corn bread ora,,out tue undertaking, Just hard three millionaires in Russia at tho EXPCRICNCC some study and a disposition cjcso cf tho war for every ono who bread crumbs or rolled oats are good wrk, foeds for small chicks tho first few t0 do tho work wnen lt needs doing was thcro In 1913, all due to thlj days. Do not expect your chicks to and not at torao otner timo which aroused industrialism." According to this cosmospolitau do well on what they can steal from nilght be moro convenient to the 'aer' thinker, who is himself a German, tho feed lot, born or manure stock "Germany Is earning tho least bv feeding place. They require some at- Trade Marks Dcsichs this war, for the reason that it knew tcntlon, a littlo feed, dry ahd clean Fertilizer and Fruit. Copyrights 4c most beforo the war started." quarters and plenty of fresh water Anrone ' niihR n ltf rh md rtctcrlMInn may The application ot fertilizers is one the fintcUr nsrertn'n r"tr Piiiit .it free wttctlior an - Philadelphia Public Ledger. 'T. rtirumiinlrn. and green grass. Farmers II of the least important factors in Home J'.u3 inl'menta tlnnoiiici ri Journal. t iciat" fruit growing in Kansas, in tho ' . iucuIto (JCf' Plates and Plates. of F. S. Merrill, assistant proCook They say that the plates on fessor ot horticulture in tho Kansas IIIIi .Mutton. a battleship aro nearly a foot thick. Tho Indications aro that Easter htal Agricultural uonege. Mercy! Maid Fancy FARM LANDS and City Residences Kitchen "Somo soils in the state are so mutton will como mighty high. Good s are now selling at a low cost, were going last week at $10.00 tromely fertile that orchards planted having to wash them three times a on tl,cm ,iavo a tendency to make an day! but don't expect It to bo so algood lambs at $11.00. and Goats ways. If you, ovor expect to own Fold r.t $0.00. Very fow sheep aro excessive- wood growth." said Mr. your farm or your home now ls placed on tho Loulsvlllo market at Merrill. "This abnormal growth ot VETERAN TELEGRAPH EDITOR RECALLS CYCLONE OF IHfJO tho tlmo to buy. this season of the year. Tho few y!00,x tcmlH t0 cut down tLo slzo r sucu fortll 6o11 tho that do como In aro odds and ends Ul fru,tTalk veering to clycloncs again In WE HAVE several farms listed In from droves whero tho lambs havo Ub0 of fertilizers is a detriment, Ohio county aud they can be office yesterday "In n Bandv so11- whero clcan cuU tho Courier-Journdied nnd tho bucks won't bo kept an- -' had for reasonable prices and other year. In cases of this kind it Uvatlon is practiced, thero may bo a afternoon, G. E. Johnson, circulation liberal terms. If v?o do not is advlsablo to fatton sheep for Inck of humus and organtlc matter, manager, related how tho world was havo tho particular farm you do- " suc B0" " ' weU t0 UE0 a fert' Informed of tho devasting wind that market. Mutton which is always slro wo will make offorts to get McCALL FATTEMNS nearly swept Loulsvlllo off the mup hlgh ut Easter will probably bo i celebrated lor style, perfect fit.almpllcitrial It for you. "Excepting for young peach trees. in 1890. I reliability nearly 40 ycirt. Sold In ifearl than evor this timo. Good an I crery cityorand town In the United butea that barnyard manure is tho only fertiliz"I had been ill for threo months stuff will probably bring $20.00. Canada, by mail direct, Moro told rich In und had Just returned to Loulsvlllo IF TOU want to movo to Hartford r any other malie. Ecr.d for tree catatonia. er that need bo used. It is Farmers Homo Journal. whore our children will havo tho ttcCALIS MAGAZINE organic matter and supplies tho soil on tho day ot tho big wind," ho said. More aubtcribers than any other 'faihloa advantago of a good high school tnagailna million a month. Invaluable. lat, in needed "They nooded mo at tho olllco early with all tho material that Plant Moro Huiall Fruits. cit tlylea, pattern), drcitmakinir, millinery, notify us. Wo have houses and plain aevrinjr, fancy needlework, halrdrcMinc, Loss plantations of small fruits for orchard fertilization. Tho roan- - that night I was telegraph editor ctUjuette, rood ttorlca, etc Only Vi ccnta a lots for Balo and bcllevo you can year (worth double), including a Iree pattern. have been mado during the Ja'sl few j uro should bo applied in tho fall and and I canio lu a cab. I had been In select ono from our list to your Subicribe today, or aend for (ample copy. years than formerly, writes CJiarles i mo rum ui mvno iu uwu tho telegraph room u few minutes liking. WONDEatFin. INDUCEMENTS an acre. In tho spring tho man when the gulo began to whiz around A. Green, editor of Fruit Grower. tona toAcentt. Poital brlngi premium caUiortu and new caah prixa olfcra. Addrcat J tho tho windows. Finally a pano of Into Tho result is that prices ot red .and tiro should be disked WB HAVE a comfortable homo In on Kcciuc9. HuMw.s7tt$L. raw you glass blew In, and all tho black. raspberries, blackberries, ground." Hartford, modern Improvements men rushed into tho hall. I strawberries and other small fruits and a good garden in cultivacouldn't, being an Invalid with a havo greatly increased nil over tho Tho Heart of the Form. tion for sale or rent. Place country. Tho prices for theso berries Tho first farm wus a garden, and cano for the tlmo bolng. I managed rents tor $10 a mouth. now make it exceedingly profitable ho first farmer woh a gardener. Tho to hobblo across to tho local room, to produco them. Tho. truth is, other fields and tho other branches 'and It wasn't long beforo a man rush thero aro not enough grown to sup- of agriculturo havo grown out from'cd In from Falls City Hall saying it Call on or address ply tho demand fully,. Ilear In mind this central dovelopcment. Ever had been blown down and hundreds that tho canning houses aro consum- since the first garden was made, n of persons killed, Succeed when everything else falls. ing a largo quanlty ot small fruits good garden has bcon tho very heart "All tho wires wero down in tho TINSLEY & BARNETT In nervoun prostration and female weakness ' they ore the supreme every year. They aro using far ot every properly conducted farm. city, but It was my duty to get tho 1 remedy, at thousands have testified. o Real Estate Agents, moro than in pant years for Jams, A termor's primary bualns la to nows to tho world through tho FOR KIDNEY.LIVERAND marmalades, for canning and for things to eat for himself first, elated Press. 80 I sent a telegraph Hartford, Kentucky. STOMACH TROUBLE cab over u devious fruits, tho supply from families who and then for othor people. No farm-- 1 operator In .1 t L, the beat inuKtuiu ever lioid Office, Roiiuullean consumption of small fruits lu in tho ing community which does not feed route through town nnd out onto tho over a drugia"a counter. J bridge where Doth Phono. a . - ., .great factories that manufacture Itself becomes a rich community. No Fourteoutu-utreo- t n o al good vegetables ns ho could have wlro was still standing. Ho took his telegraph Instrument with him, honked It to tho wlro and sent to thn A. P. nt Chicago llfty words about llko this: " 'Loulsvlllo nlmost wiped out by cyclone. Nearly thousand pcoplo killed. Millions In property goni'.' "This was tho only news Loulu-vlllwas nblo to glvo tho world that night of the ruin that had overtaken her. Tho dispatch went through tho press of tho entlro country. On tho Courier-Journwo wero busy get-lin- g out extras for tho next few dnys, our first cxtrn carrying the first detailed news of tho' cyclone to tho Courier-Journa- l. citizens." HOTEL Prorelon a MartirT Otto C. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice bis proftralon tn Ibh and adjoining count Ion. CoiwnorcaV) and Criminal Practice a Specialty. -- POWHATAN i 0.E.TAYL0R.CE Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. 11 wcll-tllle- d, DR. well-fille- d, 11 ! HART VETERINARY SURGEON ky. hi:avkr dam, Tiglor'u Mvory Burn. 0. E. cs-tu- lo g straw-butte- Ortlcc Jaiiipn Vi frost-bravin- llt-wl- th j s, S.nl THADCMAnHS .rcipl otulnej In I I all eoutiui.t, c. na fitw r.e blitain PATCNTB I kiMlCTra. HJll, 1.MJ, JIHIcr.kfkh for rent troiti. 1.1.11 on tntUIItr. t Tr" PASSING D'I THAT PAV. Ienilb.mta.rv-lj.teur- l well-enrich- 1 I rrK-(- l. swcct-smclll- j jfra iwi an rroMal.! B03-BOB nircrtCNCCS. rcrfnUiiUa ratmtt wrli. tn rriCC report sun- - I WH3MIHBTgnl, Sovonth Stront, c. a. j 40 WILL YOU TAKE OUR par-ul- cs CARDUI mS7 VftlMjISal GERMINAL REMEDY A f Treilrsenl ERWlfV?1 BDaiaaaiaVa V-JC for WEAK LUNGS or ' CONSUMPTION A quick relief fur thai tired, rundown feellnr, couch,, palna In chcit. nlrht twcaO. hrmnr. ihatet, weak lunj, or roniumplloo. If It dot natketp you II eoala you aalklat. FOR ONE MONTH Lock box dls-glv- OHIO MEDICAL CO, f f con-tur- tempera-'diseas- es J KILL the COUCH AND 1 EvcryWomnn Wants CURE THE LUNCS spray-xnlxtu- ro flght-Th- To-da- -- !! iMll'Bi'lll'l Dr. King's New Discovery w,th 0otUe fnt LANDAtL THROAT AND LUNOTR00BIES. FnR -- .. doyens olqs x,U R, ,1 GUARANTEED BATIB FACTOR OR MONEY REFUNDED. over-feedin- g re-tho- rn , - Real ijjjjTTn I l il.rmiiiiiruri4io4a.iuriiUM'urvl,AU4litTrrtrrJ.i m aTrln.. Iiow to pUaIs ijJouIa, trvlo UlilAi, I ccpirS.llUJ.cU!, in ALL COUMTRICS. I II aHlnglon lunrftiv,! Jimiiitit Jirrtt rr mam.f T 'ut PROCUHCOANOOCrCNDCO.,1nw.ll.l Jnj lnlrl.iimnt "w or nm to u, at nictlct U&'A J rjiH tr fvitni. Lxcluuvely. ar rIM IUU. ratact 03c. I WASHINGTON, D.C. ttrnt, op-Ini- Estate! i I'.-- i ' BiLPn EPARED ssr.pxv-s ' - - mmmsm POPULAOffiCHANICS 300 AflTICLES-3- 's-fc mtmmiVt r v ' :ww xx 1. V t lfV - al ll,zcr-hlgho- r ! A1AGAZINB ILLUSTRATIONS! 00 ww of tho World't Proareaa In rather and Son nnd All the Faintly. It appeal It la ths iarorlt Maaaalnn la thouaa-idaLouiM aid.. ffA. patmiil (20 lacM) onataliw rtaciloal .MiwurDituiinuri and rv.j irj (ur tbcj t ana to do thing around. ,uv iT in TiTT .r p"."wc I il i laM"T"T th Iai an6 (llrUwkolUuloiuakrithlnaxiillahotoiDiiiWlrs . . KIl' Informed I Written thniaahout Uo wnrlit, (lu VorrMn.mdeiiuuraocn.Untlri'QthaxatoK A I. tor thlUir. DM, mnA lnl.Hll..i - able-bodie- d 1!. You Can Understand III m Electric Bitters ihot uriwtiuiia nan ia "i" " ihv hU a .r pw..i am Ma.u- -.yM aenia POPULAR MKCHANICSMAaAZINrt "' t.10 PKR loar. i.h OiittltriCnilnM, Iloute, Know l,."l?, fur.nllJ)ro au itootalaa In r UdMcchaale,OuoiKir J Hporl.uian rui - Haste cones, 11J mvMV Asso-rals- 11 can taJca It at SecurtaJ or yur Money Back tJjntiifn? ib, !nuithn Training, Uw fMlRCAk, Position Kj. "- aUVB01CH WUOTICill SSmaCQUMI I .V -- r ? Wagons! Wagons! Wagons! s t Boforo you buy you should examine our hand made farm wagons. They run lighter, are made of ;; tho vory bust matorial and last iar longer than'any machine mado wagon you can buy no matter what price you pay. Wo also do all kinds of Blacksmtthing and especially the hard jobs the other fellow can't do. lie-pairin- g, We also make a specialty of Horseshoeing and earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. i te..u jxcspcuuuiiy vuuth, t r i Centertown, Ky. the shop. years experience t4.4.t Thirty-five A. B. Row St Son in mKasmmammmammammmKimmmmmmmmmm IIKItIC IS A GOOD J PI.ACK TO STOP FOK I.ITTI.K MONKV f f" Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th 4 7th The Only Hotel in louNvillo Operated on tlii) . American and Kurtipeun Plant. AMKMCA.V I'l.AN (With Meals) Iloonis without Hath but with Hot and Cult! HunninK Water. single, J2.00 per day;' 2 people. $2.00, each 75 Uodms single, 2.50 per day; 2 peoplo, 2.25 each r.O Mourns 60 Front Hooms. single. 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.50 each Ilootiii Hllli Prlvato Hutli: ' Hlngltt, :i.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 each r.O Kooms uliiglo, 3. 50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each CO Hootus KCKOPKAN'PLAX (Without Meals) lloomK without Hath but with Hot anil Cold Kalinins Water. a c . If t '' c single; $1.00 slngle.v 1.25 1.50 50 Front Hoouia. single. ItooniH with Private Hnth: single, 1.50 GO Rooms single, 2.00 60 Kooms 75 nooms CO Rooms per day; per day; per day; per day; per day; 2 2 2 2 2 people, $0.75 each people, 1.00 each people, 1.25 each people, peoplo, 1.25 each 1.50 each THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. Kuropcwa Plan Only. Rooms Without Until. $1.00 anil up; Itoonu With. Private Rath, f 1.30 and up Bet FjitlnK Place in Town. The Louisvlllo Hotel and the Old Inn are located In tho wholesale walk to the retail district and theaters. district and only a HOTKIt AND OI.l) 1NW COM PA XV, Prop. r l.OL'ISVIM.K whocl. working, working, worker, lintll tho wheel hums, but' where. TO THE HYPHEN I 8prlng fever urges you to get away from It all. As tho sap mounts In tho trees, and life stirs In every bud, so your blood tingles for WAIl I'KODUCING MANY now visions of llfo. Strange yearnOANM WHO WKAIt ings to go somewhero, nnywhero Just I'HKFI.V to bo traveling and loafing, to He on your back and watch the clouda lazily drifting, to lounge along tho great A party of commuters on ! ono ovcnlng, after dealing tho cards white road, these things como over "ill08! ,ovcrpowcr,nB irce for H game, forgot to play and began!0 (Ubftimulniy tint nnanltitlllli.u nt IvniiKIn I ' iiinuuqaui(, fciiv jiuoaiuuuiv.i ut ti uuuiv with German citizens in case of war, PendliiB tho Verdict. and ono of them said: President John Powell, of the Foro (lerman-America- n "Thero aro very few j Itlver Shipbuilding Company, said at citizens now. Tho I'rusi-la- n a banquet In IJoKton: militarists may have hoped that "The shipping business was never a war with Germany would be fol- ri irnrwl IIU It lit Ift.lnv ft nrltt -- nlowed by a German uprising here,; , , , . . . but such a hopo is doomed to the great war Is over. Thoy who prog-- I I I sumo ditmppotntemnt as the hoped nostle.itc disii.stor for us have biased jof an Irish rebellion. minds. They remind mo of tho Major. "Tho great maps of German born "The Major had been hurt in a citizens have made no noise., hut for railroad accident, and a suit for ,two yen re they have been thinking. had been Instituted. Ah ho And I believe that as the Prussian clumped along Tremont street on his atrocities multiplied the hyphen grew , crutch :x two or three weeks later a weaker anil weaker. J.et me tell you 'one Incident to illustrate ibis. Ono' friend shook him by the hand and of my neighbors who Is German bom said: "Can't you get along without your Is engaged In business In New York, t crutches, Major?" His 'den,' where he smokes, reiid.-t"Well, my doctor says I can," tho and loats, is enough to make I fiiifir rliiinllnrl but my lawyer says ' man envious Qltif.. T llcut rwi;i, l.t... ,. , f. ..11.1.1; . ii.i L........ 11111, . .... . , , , , , i win i '. ieiruii Free Press. two uuiiumiiiii.'m iruiiieu nieiures ... iiung on in o wan one oi ivaihcr Spring. Wllhelm and the other ofllismarck. i SprltiR is lunkfd upon by niunj't as After the Prussian muniifr of or tiiu (iciiciimii warfare began to shock civilization's line iuomi .Vilu nnmiAt ac.'ibon rtt ill. i I.I 1... D.ll.l V..u or dfcoilcy those plctun-- ills-- '. I isoiwo The cnlil ', i anil damp t appeared, but not a word front him. 'rheumatic. i weather brings on rheumatic pains , Ills little Knmdsoii, who pays wth which are anything but pleasant. , ,, ., ' uu) ui ne n.iiiii' use. un . .;,Th(,' Kln b relieved, however, by' ....his rjiiiuuiuiiii:!- .iuuiv niv iiv;- - applyinK l 'u; Ohamberlaln's Liniment. j lures down cellar, chopped them up Obtainable everywhere. in I'lo-- J and put them In the furnace. Washington and Lincoln tires of Why Men Kihh. now hunt; where tho others once So kiany men lore fishing as a didid. vet cannot version or recreation, "With never u ord from hlrn, Rlve you a IoK,w, r0B(s0H for prefer. what could b., more eloquent? Is It ,r,ng lt t0 otner ollt.0f.tloor sports. A ,,, not a fair Interference that thou-- 1 ,.,.plv to ,hl, queBtlon was wnds of other Gcrraan-bor- n citizens ;K,ven mo by a Ie)low whose llaVfc aro have in the same manner eliminated !t)pont , (in ufllco ln n blK eIty anil tho hyphen and said nothinK?" wh"0 ls an inVetcratu tobacco chewlst. , ln the olllce wo Said he, "lou For Your Child'. Cough. are governed by rigid sunKary reHere's a pleasant cough syrup that quirements and have cuspidors at every child likes to take, Dr. Hell's our disposal, while here, in this boat, It your child has thank goodness, wo have no cuspi it deep hacking couch that worries dors to respect!" And as ha said -( you give, him Dr. Ilell't, tul8 ho spat ,ustly upon lhe surfaco noiiey. mo booming pine oaiharm, re- - f Ul(. pondj Cartoons Magazine, lteve tho cougu, loosens the pniegm and heal the irritated tissue;,. Get u at your druggist and 4 bottle y start treatment ut once. 2!ic. tm Por Infants and Children I . SAYING FAREWELL ' A" up-wa- rd ' ,iJ i lr'uaa''UM .,!., ..(.. Xirj ottfi- i... .. - "W,,21"71'!Ta',,.a,vwu3 "i Pinion mius, Ky., in wrHingof her experience with Cardul, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use . ..-- T yr'.r-'--"?- "- wmAM HHbr jIi jBa iv5 frplna am " ? jBaB the-tral- CarduL my ,back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to dp any of my housework. After taking three bottles of CarduL I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do aUnty housework, as well as run a big water mill. 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So often do tho groat whom wo decry watch thorn," (tuggesji'd anqther-i Gigantic loom to our astonished "What tor?" de'iuanflpil .a third. . giuo "If wo nre all going out together1 what need la thero for anyone Wi When they uro dead. ' --- 1" watch the clothe:,?" .nw ll For, shamed by largeness, littlenesses j u tvfcftt la '. iym1 .1 v.H.y. v Thj.Hcll Gate bridge, now nearlng x m lire jou must know j dlo; try, In invention anil science. Ami, partisan and narrow hates put completion, cost $30,000,000. Oct out of the rut; ret on the flrioi line. Reed by. An Kpldemlc. Wo shrino our heroes for the fu-- j i "livery employee of the Dank of ,,..,, tr. ..,,'., ,,.r,..., .i..in!l:nS'nnl," says an nttucho .of the ' With fond ninl iMimlniiR ilnvnlfrm trv British Embassy at Washington, "la tne mort InteroHre ami iiiefnt niarailne. tad l to sign his name in a book , tho tlvKett tuouey't vtoitli. Every mouth When they are dead. Exchango 'l-c.on his arrival In tho morning, and 300 Picture 300 Article ,c m IS nor Ideai ,ir lut. ,nust Blvo tho reason thero-- j all for only In centi. All the aiul wlrckst,and Ships Knun Many Lauds. in electricity infeutloni Tho volume of shipping at tho for. Tho chief cause of tardiness is auminoMiir anu aerupianei, m uiopworK aou in larmmc, inu m uaciuuery. port of I'hlladelphla ls the greatest usually fog, and tho first man to ar- How to nake thinss at home, ffo caret erery ln tli lilstory of thu city, Olio day rive writes 'fog' opposite his name, montii, inciuiiniK rrirt;eraior, poultry House. rurullure, auiumouile .uoji reiulra, etc. ves- and those who follow wrlto 'ditto.' recently thero woro sixty-tlire- o Mesa. It li full of "Ono day, however, tho first lata it U written in plain Unulith for men and boyt. steamships sels In port- - fifty-foIS Cent n Copy $1.30 a Year and uluu balling shlps having a man gave ns tho reason, 'wife had ' Ort It from a newsdealer or write direct to total carry Iur capaijlty of 75,000 twins, and twenty other lato men ' PopularSctence Monthly, tit Fourth Are., N.V. CDI7C Tearftcr7lrrtil7tscnJ2.iUe9 tons. Tho vessels woro owned In tho mechnnically 6igned 'ditto' under- . .. v.... n ...u.a . r - I j United States, England, France, neath." N. Y. Times. Spain, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Illlltli.sltUo fill'ls. Italy, Belgium, Fan'ainh, Holland, Bessie 7I almost huto Carrlo Japan, Cuba, Argentina and Haiti. Dyer! Petro Menta Relives Piles Sho asks such Impudent Tlioy brought hero huge quuntlcd of No matter how stubborn tho questions, you know. I was telling raw materials to bo manufactured In case may bo I'etro-Menwill her If Frank Barnes had asked 1110 tho factories and mills of tho country to marry htm ouco ho had asked me ' bring relief. A trial will convince -j and when thoy sailed away they car- twenty times, and sho had tho im- - j you. For Ealo by Ohio County rled with thorn manufactured goods Drug Co. 1'rice 25c. to usk mo it no nau asiceu to almost every corner of the world, i pertinence, . ! praise Get on the Firing Line THs5 NEW NOT SEWINO MACHiiNC OF , QUAUITV SOLD UNDER ANY OTHER NAME. HOME jsas-- .SNa. .... a,i ,.r Popmarlbqcjha WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. IfyoupurchasotlieNliW' ilOMk you will have u llfo tisaol nt the price you jay, tiud will jiot Imvq an cndlosR chain of rcpaln. . 1 QuaJity O I "' 1 I Considered it is the J Cheapest V ?.'. M'tttauM NftEi5a3Hx - in the end ,..,, cimiey-maljln- ttrn-iirln- z If you wiitnu'wlDtrmacIiluc, write forj our latest ouUlo'iiu befura you purchuic. Tlia New Home Sewini Machine Co., Orange, Mass.v ur isel!!ra; For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. Feci right nil tho time. Don't lay oil from work for days by taking calomel keeps yoi' when pleasant Liv- - Vcr-La- x on your feet, whilorolieving-yourtroub-Jo- . Safer too, und easy to take. Don't take anvlhlmr else. You can't nfforo It. Eliminated iisons, clcasca oy torn and rolicvcu constipation. A nat ural remedy, natural in ltaacuona, tsuru in ita ciTcct und certuin in resultii. It will von't bo Ionn boforo I&.Ve-WLa- x completely clisplaca calomel in evcri home. Children cu takoitrroelv an! with perfect safCity. livery bottle ?uar nntecd. 60c und t in bottlcH. Nona trcnuino without tho likeness and ui .naturo of L, K. UrUsbj. For eu!o by J. H. WlULIAMU, - iiarffjrd Ky ta ouco, O'heBestTwol l wt fGralWzfimifo'ftronlii 212 im c c "a and 12 Issues of The favorite ftymly weekly qf America. li Great srn't' or ovjiuuiu hi 1917, untl thousand Articles 250 Short Stinict. a thousand 1'unaj-- . tmil Suj;Ke4tton i;nn. tiiccial Paces for alt ascs. m Wn ."-'".-- y t 'c iy3q7nf& i. uuien. ;"u W ." wut.'i -- email 'Wli'l I MKwsSUl'Oaf 'Vulll LiL3K . Jm a v. : n a . wm ;sr -- Hl. iV. ; MtCnu U. Jpy.iu tlr u piu. t.ii (t MViur !iUU s m k yrf-- i. " 5 s h'l V3SfcJaVi3 S-I- uitf1l)ilrrM4et tJI t ct U nWuJura Uyt rr H I Cm 3 THE YOtnTS COMIhNNlON CluisUfl riiluf,wyoutliD(Joiiinnlonfii''.-'tri,K'riori- fr . irt.r ,.1 v I -W JIopiu CaJcncHr. II.DIIIID R1.tlIIUt....,ui......Tl. r... I'KKR for 2 eaita m& votmi a'ANioN. 3 filialo '.vrr uii.l.iii. c..i rt.. tosioN, MASsAcnusiiiTa Jr.iu - (bi.lce of tct Mlunlir "Tho Idea! But has he, SprinK Feer. Heisslo? Exchange, We Knock the Spots Out of Things Spring fuvcr iiuya will agon, be hero. You won't find spring lever lliislucss rJcholurslilp. In the dictionary, nut nearly ovs.vone Wo have for sale, a scholarship, knows what It Iti; Ins exporioiiciv.: it good for a complete courso In either each year ubout th. tlmo thu llrst Bookkeeping and Accounting or pussy willows' come out along, the Stenographers Course in the French Dry Cleaned and I'reased ln a . creek banUs, .and the first oi)rleil & Industrial College. Superior Manner, violet leaves publi up through tho For particulars apply at Republican muttod dead grass in the fence cor ofllco. ' Bend us your Garments and Have tf iter, tvnd (ho first robin ullghts til tho Them - ... front yard, lopklng at you curiously, I'uw Kiioavh ICverytltliiK CLEANED CLEAN tiiriilug Uls head this way and thut Wllllo Paw, doos the onlce over to sob better. seek the man? Packages called for and delivered. Thou It Is that bprlng fever grips Pnw-.Tofllco without 11 salary you, a kind of restless feeling, a dls often does, my son, THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB hatlsfiicttou with the monotonous, dull'fruy, humdrum, round of llfo; America is not to bo represented A. Iva Null, Prop. y dolnu tho oiirne thlugs over and over. ; in the Itbodcs scholarships for uttor day, like u squirrel lu Us ford university thU year. HAHTFOIU, KlUm'OKY. Ladies' and Men's Garments - i hu Ox-da- Fur U Dt, ptp uiJ' la 6M hack 4 AaU-t"V- t rds. wttfiff0vwfft0fj0ttifkuim m mirMyy tMSB8H nuSScsak sUKnaM.fcBtfuta t -- . i EXCERPTS FROM THE How To Use TELEPHONE Did it ever occur to you that you might not be using the telephone in the i & right way? Do you speak sideways, low, or six inches away from the trans mitter of your telephone? above, bf PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS Tho now (submarine) policy has swept every restriction aside. VesaclB of overy kind whatever their nan, tholr character, their cargo, their destination, Hiolr errand, have been ruthlessly sent to tho bottom with-- . ouj warning, nnd without thought of hoJp or mercy for thoso on board, the vessels of friendly neutrals along with those of belligerents. Kven hospital ships carrying relief to tho sorely bereaved nnd stricken have been people of Ilelglum mink with tho saino reckless" lack of compassion or principle. 1 ii clous thin pcaco, rind wo shall Pjrht or tho things which wo have nluHjn tarried nearest our hearts for dcro-crac- y to tmch a tusk wo can dedicate- our Uvea and our fortunon, ovcrythlng that wo aro, everything that wo havo, with tho prldo of those who know that tho day has como when Amorlca Is privileged to Hpend her blood and her might for tho principles that gavo her birth and happiness and the pcaco which alio has troasurcd. God helping her, sho can do no other. CUOM vVKMi NKWH. &ftftftAftftftftAft4 EASTER SUNDAY i to to f -- VI V You should talk directly into the V i transmitter not simply at it. Keep your V' lips about one inch from the mouthpiece. Speak in an even tone. It is not necessary to shout. I mil not There is much that can be said about the proper way to telephone, but these little rules will help. ! When you Telephone Stnils " of ton nnd wholesablo destruction to Chester Wilson, for $7fi.OO. men, tho lives of nonconibatants, Uncle Sam Morris, an old darkle proporty women and children, 05 years of age died Sunday night. can be paid for; tho Uvea of peaceful A very heavy rain fell Sunday nnd and innocent people can nut be. Sunday night, uud tho farmers aro erpecting high water as tho river Is subtuarino now rising The present German threo Inches per hour. war- warfare against commerce Is a Sunday School was organized last fare against uumktnd. It Is a war Sunday, at Green RUor Ilaptist against all natlona. The challenge church,, S. J. Shields was elected is to alt mnnkliul. Supt. Wo must put tho excited feeling away. Our motive will not bo revengo property Involved, Immenso rlousns that U, but only of tho thinking of tho loss of Maftn and wan- - Mrs. (5. W. Martin who has boon III for some time la very low. Mr. Houbcn Stewart who has been very sick Is better. Miss Connlo Shields has tho measles but Is slowly Improving. It. U. Martin, candidate for County Tinli'n vMfnl lita nintlinr. Mrs. O. N. nn(, Tho grout day of leant and song is just alioiul of us. Eastor Sunday means' the advent of npring, and tho populace may bo seen in full spring attire on this memorable day. lu fact, it is one of tho plonsures of tho day. c4 Are You Prepared with a new spring outfit for Easter? If not this store will bo nt your sorvicu until a lato hour Saturday night. Provisions made during the last hour will tho sumo consideration on Knster Sunday as those niado weeks ahead. re-oei- vo o 0 'i ! & othcr r0,at,VC8 Saiuriay ,. . SumIay " ,. J c Big Stocks s of everything i J CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated O. V. UlllDIiK. MANAGER. HARTFORD, KY. CLARK ELCCTED TO HOUSE SPEAKERSHIP MANN ItKl'KESKNTATIVK Fri.VIKO AT bl'KCIAL SEvSSIOV IJV VOTK OF 217 TO 'J05. OH- - Washington, ApQl 2. The Democrats, with tho aid of four or organized tho House when the new Congress assembled Chnmp Speaker dark, of Missouri, and swooping Into otlico with him all the other Democratic caucuts nominees. votes, 217 Mr. Clark recoived against 205 for Representative Mann, tli(! Republican Choice for Speaker, who not only failed to recelvo an Independent vote, but lost the support (if five of his party colleagues. All the Democrats present voted for Mr. Clark nnd were joined by Representatives Schall, Progressive, .Minnesota; Martin, Progresslve-Pro-trctlonls- t, Louisiana; London. Socialist. N"w York, and Randall, ProhiThe live Rebitionist. California. publicans who did not support Mr, .Mann were Representatives. Gardner, .Massachusetts, who voted for Representative Lcnroot, of Wisconsin; Gray, .Vow Jersey, and Dilliugcr, Massachusetts, who voted for Representative Glllt'tt, of Massachusetts, and Haskell, New York, nnd James, .Michigan, who voted "present." Representative Fuller, Independent, Massachusetts, voted for Representative rato per 100,000, .3 (Lagrlppo,) Whlto 824, Colored 141, Total 965, rato per 100,-00Puerperal septicemia, 40.5. 118, Colored 30, Total 14S, rato per 100,000. C.3. Malaria, White 116, Colored 3S, Total 154, rato per 100,-006.5. Infantile Paralysis. White 44, Colored 5. Total 49, rato per 100,000, 2.1. Syphilid, Whlto 42, Colored 54, Total 9fi, rato per 100.-004.0. Cancer (all forms,) White 99S, Colored 129, Total 1,127. rato per 100.000, 47.5. Violence, White 1,303, Colored 292, Total 1,000. raie per 100,000, 67.2. Pellagra, Whlto 113, Colored 7, Total 120, rato per 100,000, 5.0. 61,077. Total births. Ulrth rate per 1,000 population, 25.6. 0, Total 8, 0. 0, 0, Fine Boar for Kale. Onu'tino Duroc Roar ntno months old Reg. No S0.S05, for immediate sale. No better Roar to bo found anywlierw. DR. K. P. ROGKRfl, , Fordsjvllle, Ky -- . HOCK PORT XKWS. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kzell of Reaver Dam aro Waiting relatives here. lcnroot. Notice. All persons having claims against the estato of Mrs. Lucinda Taylor deceased will present them properly proven to mo nt my otlico In Reaver Dam, Ky., on or before May 1st 1U17. or tiicy will l:o forever barred. Administrator's r J. 39U Jl. RHOADH. Administrator. Mrs. Joe Tate and son arc visiting Mrs. Tate's mother Mrs. Hodges. Messrs Alva Landrum and Arthur Her havo gono to Cleveland Ohio fn work. Mr. Und.se McDaniel and Miss Fannie Ham, of this place, eloped to Owonsboro last Saturday and were married. Mr. McDaniel Is 65 and his bride is 12. Their many friends wish them much joy. The stork visited our town last week, leaving a fine boy with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green and a girl with Mr. and Mrs. I.eslio Maddox. Mrs. Cecil Dunn, who has been very ill for the past week, is improving. Mr. Charles Iuwtnn and sister, g Mrs. Calrnes, of I.Ivennore, are their sister. Mis. DoWitl. Miss Flora Wright has been visiting her sister at Greenville. vU-Itln. TAI'KV HQUIllR A very heavy rain feil April or the victorious assertion of the phy-'.jeSmnHy all(, ther0 wn8 HUK. slcal might of tho Nation, but only ,nff or Slln,ia. school, the vindication of human rights, of Mr CarCMC0 i.Uton sustnlned n i which wQ aro only single champion, j Vtry I)!llnful accldont Saturday night !hv sticklnc a nail into his foot. Dr. Armed neutrality. It now appears. I)ulT ,IrMSCj tho woum, suuday Is Impracticable. Ilccauso submar morning. ines aro In effect outlaws when used Several delivered poultry at Hart- as tho German submarines have been fon, Thursday nnd rCcolved the ban- used against merchant shipping, it tier prices. i is Impossible to defend ships agatnst Mr. Marcellus Rartlette and Mist J their attacks as the law of nations Krlinc Duncan surprised their friends has assumed that mcrchatmen would hv olonlnc to Indiana to cot married. t) defend themselves against privateers Thcy havo ,ho bwt wls,R1(. nf the or cruburs, visible craft, giving chaso Ucr for a onR nm, hlipy ,c upon tho open sea. They must bo' tlo iuKa Thclma and Conua dealt with upon Mght if dealt with ,,aUon ,u Satur,,ay n hl at all. Sunday with ihelr grandfathe'-- , .Mr. 11 Tom Patton, of Rametts Creek e t.u. m.i nero i ou ;....: ,.,, wa Mf J((J enctt of J make; we are lncapablo of making; ,10fu ,)Uy,nK C!ntlo IaKl WPuk. 4H sub- we will not chooso the path of M(sR Incz K,rk v,8tp H hcf B,sUr mission and suffer tho most sacred Mf8 , T Ta(irj of i Alaiur?f Iaht rights of our Nation and our people,,...,,,,. nLI'h. to be Ignored or violated. ? MASTKR COMMISSIONER'S SAI.K. The wrongs against which we now array ourselves are not common Ohio Circuit Court wrongs: they are out of the very W. 1). Newton. Plaintiff, roots of human life. vs. Notice of Sale II. F. Ilobbs, Defendant. i I advise that the Congress declare . Ry virtue of a Judgment and order the recent course of the Imperial Ger of sale ol tho Ohio Circuit Court man government to bo In fact nothing e,ltt.red at Its November term. 1916. less than a war against the Govern- - ln thL. nhovo htyleU action, for tho ment and people of the United States ur,,K0 r paying a judgment debt In favor of W. I). Newton against c? Our object is to vindicate the prln- - jj. p. nobbs and the cost of thts ciple.s of peace and justice in the Iire'sajp, i WR offer for sale at public of the world as against solllsh auto- - ou,crj-a-, the court hall in Fordsvllle. cratlc Powers. Kyf on Saturday. April 21st. 1917. at about the hour of one o'clock p. ? , We have no quarrel with thu Ger- ,,,-a crC(lt (,r j aluI c months, man people. We have no feeling to-- - tllo following described personal ? ward thum but one of hmpathy and .property, was not upon their tilondshlp. It One bay mare mul 14 hands impulse that their government acted hlfih b()0H, i 7 years old. named IleeK ? In entering this war. It was not ' one Kray mar0 muU.f abolIt , , 1f with their previous knowledge or ap- - ,,ands high, about 15 vcars old. 41 l. re makes it possible fon the lato shopper to have a pleiwant Easter. Roady-to-Woa- r to ti n Our Suits, Coats s Waists and Skirts f Ladies' S Are in tho leading colors of the season, mado up in the latest and most attractive models of tailoring and materials that guaranteo satisfactory service. S k ,, I Queen Quality Shoos and Oxfords, in all leuthors and styles that tho style originators decreed to be correct. havo to to to j tl Millinery that has tho real E.tersnap in endless vanoty of styles and eolors. 8 to g Men's Wear of every description. Suits, Slioe?, Half-hosShirts and Hats that will ho appreciated by I ho best dressers. e, Any Item of your Easter outfit that has been forgotten is here, and time enough yet for you to buy a complete outfit or supply nnv delieiencv. to to to ,., : t: to to to to . nam-prova- oc, K ? ' ; Keiilurliy Slato Jttmnl of Health. Rhtlmaicd population, White Colored, 204,324, Total n.".i) CCNTKUTOWX PKItSOXA I ,M Mr. I.eon llishop, who has been attending school at Lexington Is at liomu. Deaths, White, 21,525, Colored ToUil. 23,752. Halo per 1,000 population, Whlle, 1 l.C. Colored, 10.7. Total, 12.5. Inipoilnnt Ages. Under 1 year, White 4,175, Colored. C8C, Total B.1G1. One to five eara, While 2,155, Colored 350, Total 2,505. fir. yearn and over. White O.fiMt, Colored P25. Total Several from here attended tho burial at Waltons Creek Saturday of Mr. Karl Hocker who was killed at 4. Jniojii taut Disease. TuhorculoslH (all forms,) White H.247, Colored 1,044. Total 1,291, latopor 100.000, 180..'t. Puoumoniu, White 2,227, Colored 4S2, Total rata per 100,000 1U.8. Whoop-lu- g cough, IVJillo 197, Colored 14, 10.1. Total 211, tali) per 100,000 Dlphthiiria-Croup- , White 371, Colored 30, Total 401, nt to per 100,000, 1CS. Scarlet Fover. Whlto 15, Colored 0, TtJtl. 4f, rati per 100,000, MeillngirfH milt T. H., Whlt l.fc. 410, Colored 1M Totnl 45S,, ram per 100,000, 1&.2. Measles. White 130, Ci)iuiet r, 'I'uii'ii i:i(i, rut per 100,-005.7. Tphnld fever. White 590, Colored 120. Total 7)0. rnto per 100,000, IHarihoeu (lnfanl, Whlto 1,101, Colored IIS. Totnl i to ier I OH, turn, 52.4. ilyson-lor- y (Ail'ults.) Wlilto 155. Colored 11,'1'oUil 199, rati) per 100,000, 20.9. llunliwnriu illhiMso, White J., Colored 9, 0, '!!. 9, Akron Ohio In an automobile accident. Mist. Agues Duncan returned to her home at Rowling Green Saturday after closing a very micessful term of school hero Mr. Iko Ashby und Mr. liyron Mubon mudo a short visit to Akron Ohio last week. Mr. A. It. Rowo Jr., luta relumed Horn a visit to his niter' in ICvansville, lud. Mi. C. I.. Adhby flu Med to Akron who In Ohio Saturday to foo his ill with meuhlos uud mump:. Ki'Wh has been received that Fur-M- a Hoyd, who Ih seilously 111 lu ArVun, is ImproUng .Mr. Willie H. Ashby and Mr. Dave l.m-lelt Monday for Ciiiclnnutti Ohio Mr Jot) Knott Is on the Mrk lint. A'e are now about to accept thj MltK F.tia lleattj who has been gae ( linttlu with this uutural rcc vlxitliiK her purent" near A'tl;lii is at ,to ileeity' and hlu.ll. If necessary, home. seiid ibe wliolt; forc of tho Nation t 1'iieci; f.nu iilllfy Its pretenHloiiS'iiud 'hi Sale. ltd power. I havo a Ford curt run two huumiii, t .1 I will Mill i heap for cash or will' J '1 lu r are,- it may be, nmuy montli Mock. tr.nlo for youiu'. id te'ij If Jut and sacrifice tUiead "it II. K. WARD, U iiinrv ntc'i bul the rlj-fmV-- ' Ky. liiuap. Cnterlown Tile iiiirnhiiKi'r wilt lie reoulre.1 In steadfast concert fur peace can t.,cut0 )lond wit, ROod .,a,.. never be maintained, except by a ;c ,m B.c'urlty( immediately after mV, partnership of democratic nations.- ,no )MreimKe ,)rco thereo,'. Only freo people can hold their OTTO C. MARTIN, purpose and their honor steady to a ,0t;! Master Commission"..!, I common end and prefer tiie interests , J( ncnvrln. Attorney, of mankind to any narrow interests of their own. Resolutions of Rc.K"cI. Klk Creek Camp No. 17S. W. O One of the things that has served W.. Mautaiua. Ky.. April 2. 1917. to convince us that the Prussian Whereas. It lias pleased the was not. and coilld- never mighty God to call from earthly lab-bour friend Is that from the very or, to eternal refreshments. In ih outset of the present war it has tilled Kreat universe :t homo that will never our unsuspecting communities and cIomj. our brother Karl J. Hocker oven our olllces Of government with wiio pcacefuly answered the rail hpies nnd set criminal Intrigue every- - Merch 27. 1917. therefore bo it afoot against our national (,0led that In the death of Sovereign unity of council, our peace within Hocker lilk Creek Camp has lost .1 and without, our Industries and our consistent member, his church and 'community commerce. valuable and useful citizen. That It (tho German government) ' And bo it lurther xisolved thai means to stir up enemies against im fulhcr. mother and brother, havo at our very doors, Iho Intercepted Utf,m temporarily deprived of tin note to tho German Minister at Mox- - ( pretence und council of a true and Ico City is eloquent evldeuco. j loving son nnd brother, but wo bid them havo patlonco, ami look for-W- e at o accepting this challent'e of war, to that happy icunlon, lint hostllu purpose becaiuio wo know that Bnall take place Ju tho realm wherein audi a government, following such nl0 rainbow never fade, nnd where methods, wo can never have a friend; and that the presence of Its or- -' gauhrd power, ulwas llng lu to accomplish wo know not what pose, there can bo no assured seen for the Democratlo gov'erumeiilH ino worm. A ,, 41 i ' 1 E. P. Barnes & Bro. 5 a-- j , ' f. i$?V'??9W9 41 Beaver Dam, Ky, - 11 uj Interviewed. Tho declaration of a sta.to of war merely puts tho tin., other parly. It charges that ho already lias begun tho war A dco laratlon of war puts the onus on tho declarer, making him responsible for copy of these resolutions bo sent to tho beginning of hostilities, In either tho bereaved family a copy to the event tho consequences urn tho same. A declaration of a Sovereign Camp W. O. W. and also n They spell war copy bo spread on tho minutes of the state of war Is u mere euphemism. camp ln memory of Ills departure There la no practical ami no techlcal THOS. COFFMAN. dlfferonc)) between the two tcrmu- .- . Cincinnati Times-Sta- r GEO IGI.KUBART. Comltteo. Sharpen F,vcr thing Rut join- - Wltw. Plow points ground on short noTlioy Itotli Hk;II War. Wellington, April 2. What is tho tice by power driven tools. All lclndK difference between a declaration of of woodworking and blncksnUthing Service, war and n declaration of a state of dono to your satisfaction unexcelled. wnr? GIM.KSPli-- : 1IROS., "No dltYerenco." That la tho anHartford, Ky. swer of military men and diplomats 28tf their heavenly father abides forever. II. it further resolved, that camp No. I7S extend to the family and relatives of tho deceased, Its heartfelt sympathy lu this hour of bereavement. Ilo it further resolved that a onua J 1 iKentucky Educational LOUISVILLE, Louisville & Association 2528 ' APRIL " , LOW rtOUISD-TRI- P RATES FROM HARTFORD AND ALL WAY STATIONS Fr Nashville R. R. - Tickets on sale April 242526; limit May 1st. ' " '' See nearest L. - & N, -- Agent for Particulars, . fc , , i