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OLIVER MEASURE No. 41 SHIPS, FOOD AND MONEY THE NEED AMEUIGA I'ltEPAIMNG TO ItUSII IMtOVENDF.lt AND WASH TO 1 Kit A M.I KS. 1 AMERICAN FLAG WAR COUNCIL TO MEET IN AMERICA tho State goes into the Central Department nnd Gen. Thomas II. Barry commanding the Central Department prefers the other site. Doth farms aro under option and whlchover Is finally selected will be purchased, It is said. Tho Government requires that 'the camp have city rail transportation facilities, water and electric light. Doth of the contemplated sites arc on the Kentucky Traction & Terminal Company, ono on the Frankfort pike, the other on the Paris pike. Doth have city water convenient and one has electric service at hand. The other can bo supplied with electric lights without much trouble. Kentucky's quota for the new army has been fixed at twenty regiments. Even should this city not become a division mobilizatiop point, as expected, It is likely that some 20,000 men will be assembled and trained here. IiniTTKII AND FKENCII LEADERS WILIi COME HERE TO CON. i SIDEH 1'I.ANS. BECOMES A LAW ov. FLIESAT FRONT LAFAVETTE FLYING SgiJAIHtOX WILL CHANGE FUOM FKENCH TO U. S. I'NIKOItMS. ont steps will Im) taken unless tria moves first. Itlf fVmt III AluskiL. Aus- to, bill atei; its passage at extba session. stanley fixes signatuke i '-- ? BODY Washington. April 10. IToduc EXECUTIVE IS BUSY MAN A DISTINGUISHED and big crops of potatoes tlun of vegetables In Alaska were rc- NOTABLES COMING OVER WELCOME LOANS other by Secretary Lane WILL Ono ported ,.s j0 naH ; Tlino To Think Of Americans Fighting In Franco Huv; Won Wide ICocoRtiition By Their farmer Is credited with having grown Appointments To The' New Tax Skill And During. seventeen tons of potatoes to tho ConiniNslon. Katfour And Vivian! Among States,,,,, rocord. Another Is re- Wrll Supplied With Munitions anil ac men Who Will DIscu&s Methods Other War Necessities Hut ported tii have produced between f75 Of Conflict. Ijick Fund. and 7K0 bushels to the acre, with a Paris, April 11. It was decided Frankfort; Ky.. April 11. The yield of other vegetables crops In that tho Lafayette Hying first of Kentucky's now tax laws beSlmlllar encouraging rc- - came effective at 1 o'clock this af- - squadron, composed of Americans, Washiugton, April 11. Assembly , April 11. Prcsldont ports conio from various parts of Iternoon when Gov. Stanley signed who have distinguished themselves in Washington within a few weeks as- - j 'Wilson niid his Cabinet, at yesterdajs , AlaBkn. The farmers nro being Uj0 0vcr Tax commission bill. JIu at the front, will change from the of a great International War Council meeting, reviewed tho many phase sifted by the Government ngrlcul-o- f alllxod his slgnaturo to the act In his French to the American military uniwas foreshadowed by an announcewar activities, found that every turnl experiment stations. private otlicc with ti gold pen, hand- form and hereafter carry tho Ameriment from tho State Department tocan Mag at tho French front. i.n twisxllilii In ermln tho arniv and ed blm by his secretary, Miss Minnie day that a British commission, headWhen the American aviators apnavy and turn out munitions Ih under SIMPSON COUNTY WILL Mahler. After signing the document ed by Arthur J. Balfour, Minister of ISSUE $1(10,000 IN. BONDS Gov. Stanley handed tho pen to presspear in the Uniform of the United ivay. and decided that the most Foreign Affairs, Is expected to arrivo ing needs of tho Nation now are to Jack Oliver, who Intro- States army this country will have its within ten days to discuss with tbo Franklin, Ky.. April 9. A peti- duced the bill, saying as he did so, first representation of tho war as belIncrease the supply of foodstuffs and Government hero questions connected vot- j occan-coln- c vessels, and to rals-- tion signed by several hundred "That's tho best law I've signed In ligerents. Heretofore, the American with tho conduct of the war. In ad: an integral part money to fiance. America's , an of Simpson county will bo pre- - many a day." unit has constituted utficlcnt dition to 'the Foreign Minister, tho HTATK MAN TO MEET WITH county part In the war and make llberul sentcd' to tho Judge of the Tho bill, providing for a tax com of tho French army, and at the reOHIO COUNTY VAUMKKM commission will Include Admiral do court asking that un election be held mission, carries an emergency clause'. quest of tho American .Government loans to the Entente Allies. Chair, of tho British navy; Gen. For present activities, the Allies .Idno 2R on tho Issuance of $160,000 and became a law us eoon as th the French War Department some-tlmMr. Otis Kercher, State Agent for Bridges, of the army, and the governuse of thv ago discontinued It also bears are understood to be well supplied In bonds to reconstruct and build new Governor signed It. the Dora' Agricultural Club, will be or of the Bank of England, attendwith munitions, and to have as many public roads. Tho question was over the signatures of Speaker It. C. Duf name American Hying corps, to avoid with us In the meeting at Chapman' ed, by u numerous staff. .. , ., ... k embarrassment to Washington. After f. men In the Held as they can equip whelmingly defeated three years ago, This was as far as the announceSchol House. Thursday, April 19th, ami feed under present conditions. but It Is now claimed that It wI.Mr Oliver said ho Intended framing tho adoption by Congress of tho wir nnd it is hoped as many us can will ment made by the State Department tho pan with which the bill was sign - J resolution tho Americans hoisted the come and be with us in Thru a coordination of the munitions carry rasliy. . goes, .but it was. learned authoritaIndustry In the United States and the' the Stars and Stripes over their hcad- ed. Tim Oliver bill provides tively that a French commission, W. W. UKOWDKH. Co. Agt. I foundation raising of a large army, the United for u now and modern tax quarters, hut their official status was composed of officials and office PAHAim not changed. They nre under convsystrm in Kentucky. States will bo in a position later to nAKIlUnU uUUllulL equally as distinguished as the BritI Mnjllld ('.lilt.- (ll'OrCIl- Til I'lHUll t. Of o. j ... hiipply any need in either field. tT ulij ..!,..! ish representatives, also will bo In SCORES KILLED IN Iftlirpfl , M'l,..., iianiAi ttf) in iiiiiui. nn- - ..... flf army, nfflpn pun If -j Members of the Council of NationVillrN NIK I Hill I ri pointments to tho commission, Gov. the French Washington about the same time. communication is- In a Stanley said he had been so busy al Defense who also are members of PLANT EXPLOSION This commission will be headed by jhe has had no tlmo to give that part sued In Paris last week it was said the Cabinet, have been studying the, M. Vlrlnna, at present Minister of Amm-lp'm..... .... ..... ....,. ...... hud ilpstrnved thlrtv .in..A . host methods of aiding in the defeat CONTHACT MADE WITH " ufiiiiuiuiu uiij outiutia ilui .......-- . " l,,u ol .i... vi I Of Justice in the French Cabinet, and thought. Two applicants are known German airplanes during their ser of (lermany, and thoy took to the formerly Premier. S COMPANY AND MODEKN President word that the most press-- , 'to have applied for appointment. vice on tho front in France. They MUNITIONS PLANT HAUIjY DAM- W it is not known deDnltely whether AUK OltDEKED. lug need of Europe is for food and They aro W. H. Newman, and Georgo liavo taken part In the heaviest air AGED. AND SHELLS HCATTKK-(Cany of tho other allied Powers will money. Therefore, the American I'OU P.LOCKH. jit. hong, formerly in tho Internal fighting at Verdun and on the, Somme tend commissioners to Washington, recognition of Government will seek to supply thosoj jltovenuu Service, both of whom are1 and have won wldo but It is assumed that owing to tho At a meeting of the Hartford City f.onlsvlllo men. The Governor said" their skill and daring. Surgt. Haoul with whom it Ik making common tllflicultics In pasago nnd the probaby a vote j,,, was considering several applicants Lufbery has brought down six Ger- Council (Monday the body, cause. Chester, Pa., April 10. An explo- ble delay, tho interests of theso gov-"- " t. Deri Hull jinan machines. Presldent Wilson personally ap- - of four to two, decided that tho city for )urths on the tax commission. be confided to their - sion in the plant of the Eddystone ernments will thru tho treasury would again permit tho of other Amerpealed to farmers I three, and a number "JV Eddy-iiotiresident Ambassadors. at Society to lighting of the streets ami a contract SONS .MAY FIGHT ON Agricultural leans one each. I.ieut. Willam Thaw, Ammunition Corporation Natlonal " ' To Discuss Policy. Pa., near here, is reported to - , was inntlu with the Kentucky Light make It their patriotic duty to in OPPOSITE SIIIKS OF I. INK ranking officer among tho Americans, e perBeyond the statement that the obcrease llio foil supply of tho Nation, & Power Company at a price of $Gfl bested a Fokker at Verdun and was liavo killed fifty to seventy-fivson.. Several hundred are said to ject of the commission is to discusa - per month. This contruct calls for brought for unil Secretary lume 111., S. Chicago, April Mme. 'wounded in the arm, but is again in A portion of the generally questions of policy connectward : plan for greatly increasi nglthe moon light schedule which means Krm.stim, Schumann-IIeingrand service. Sergt. Kitten HocUwell and have Icon injured. Ipia'it ib burning, and fire companies ed witli the war, no information was on' that tho lights will be turned onJ0,M.ril H,lfil)r expressed fear yester- - Sergt. Norman Prico were killed in the acreage under cultivation when nature Is furnishing the rays. imv ti.nt i, ....... j,ecou, noccssarv action after each had sent two Ger- - went to the scene from Philadelphia given at tho Stato Department. It was public lauds. ('bestir and other cities. This plan has been adopted in most for her sons to fight against ono man machines to destruction, made clear, however, that in no way Introduce HUN Today. Phvg'.einus and ambulances hurried ul'l. the United States Government Secretary McAdoo left the Cablii"t all small towns and doe's not mean another In the war between brought Corp. Victor Chapman tho' meeting early to appear before mem- that tho lights will be otf during thi'jUnUcj statos an,i Germany. Of her down three German and was killed from Philadelphia and police were depart from tho traditional policy of 'o r.voliing anything in the nature of bers of the Ways and Means entire full moon season. If the night j four sons, one Is In the United States ,"t Verdun by Capt. Ilnelke. tho nlso sent to help guard the plant. I At noon It was said that from 50 to political alliances, .,,.,. tho, of. course, of the lloiihu regarding plans is cloudy tho lights will hum. KiTirf. .,..!,. . ttltullll.1 t .l n,., r;n,.,.,,. 11.1.., fnnions Cnriiinn ntrnuin. ....... ,,,,n,,, 1,1.1.. ...j JV. Vniler the now yntc)m when one ',. ,i.,ril i ,,. vnli.iinl Gimnl nf Ww .James McConnel. who was decorat- - 1!I0 Persons had been killed ami that does not exclude full and intifor issuing bonds totaling Sfi.OOo,. mate military and naval 000.000 and ?,UOO,000.000 In treas- - light burns out or is broken tho oth- - j jcrs,.y( un,i tic voungest is a student ed with the French War Cross, was""011' 200 IJred. . (lu! Tho fire, which was confined to tho in the prosecution of tho war. ury certificates. $y.000.000.000 of ers will not bo affected. Pll,,.or M'HtnPV Academv and 'killed last month in a brittle over! shrapnelloadlng building, in which It be loaned to the Kn- - power Mazda lights will be used l While it is by no uicuuh cerlain tho bonds-t- o liable to 1m called to tho colors at any 'the. German lines. In that there wlll bo Joint meeting of jtlie main part of town, while 00 pow- - (,ne toute Allies. Tho success of the Americans lias originated, had been subdued. ,.' . s!ii.ii,mi..i-!I..i..Is in, er bulbs will mnke light in the out nlready Tho Government l.nm'led tho French authorities to KWe I this building about 400 men, women. the visiting commissions if tho Stato ,. ! as Department should desire to avoid possession of Information that sev skirts. " Kins wwo empiojeu In Austria, reared In Germany, ami l them many dllllcult and daugerous eral of tho Allied Nations will bo ! Tho lights will be on when the u ciUl.u of , Ulllte(1 Slal'0it Iiio appearance of an. alliance, thcro assignments, and they aro often to 10'l,ll-,s- glad to accept loans from tlui United now fixtures arrive and are Install-- 1 A linsnltal nt Hidley Park, a town U certain to ho concert of action In lie found far behind the German Stales, ltussia and Franco probably I'd. It will bo the llrst tituo In sev- HEN TAKES 1 EST AKTEK Jllncs. It was the Lafayette corps 'hear Eddybtone, reports tlilll four Lbomo way, will be among the first nations sup- eral years that the streets of Hartthat j charred bodies and twelve injured LAYING NINETV-FOUItTEGG which escorted tho squadron The conference is stated to have, plied. ford liavo been lighted. Hillo Works j Persons have been received there. been sought by the allied j bombarded tho Mauser leaders, To quickly meet tho demand fur Want Contract Annulled. Lexington. Ky., April 10.' Lady M Obendorf.leading to several aerial Three of the injured will die. themselves in to discuss order begun of tho ships, oamiuatlou was Hand hills were circulated. Tues- Walnut Hill phonomonal g battles null tho destruction of three, According to a report, fifty bodies every plume of the war. No attempt condition of tho German merchant day usking the eltlxcns to meet at 'iuiUki or i:miiivin.. ..,,!,. , (,'. - rji.riii-.i Tim a mni'i..,. ii t are in the Chester morgue and fortv will bo made to fed lilto details or iii n nh ( vessels in American ports, which tho the court house Tuesday night n Squadron is roinnrUulilo cyilo. Tho ninctv-fourt- h to tho Cer- - liljuroil persons are In the Chester technical considerations, as tho genl.ovcrumen nmmlo use It ap- - the, purpose of deciding whether or L0IW0CUtlvo lgK W1H ,,,, v;stt.,,lay who have learned to avoid (hospital. eral policies Involved are too stuiniiii.iiiu! (inn .iiuj. neii. hoi uiej- were in nivor oi Having tho morning The Kddslolio Ainmiiuition Com- - pendous to n'ern.lt of It. The calicontact with it over the French iiueuiiiih, iiiiiiuer oi iiio ran- - iigniu. inns were signed liv w. '(! uuiuk" ino liv bre of 'lianv I'lin millui ...! ,..i ti.r. run'lii, ...... Itiipu" -,.., i, ,. w iiwii inn i.',., 1....-- 1 itK " the men sent, particularly For' " " I i i i.i .,. naniw, ei at. Miiout twenty-fiv- e ...... r. v p.. Ualdwln Locomotive Company, but eign Secretary Balfour, who Is ,,.lllK mMeat ,,uro t N) charge of tho construction of the answered the call and a motion uas'7(i7, juitorward was turned over to Hussia world champion for continuous " KS, sr, YEAKS OLD, here most warmly for bin great fleet of 1,000 wooden ocean- -' mudo by Harold T. Ilolbrook nnd ' laying. liAYS A.V E(!; A DAY Interests, and is understood to be earnest Indorsement Tho previous record was ' of Presideut going voxels for l.u 8 ping Hoard seconded by Dr. E. W. Ford that a , I operated , , by HiiksIuuk at the present Wilson's plan for world federation wo CKg- t o ways ol committee bo appo nled to circulate I.. Its consideration FrmiUllii. Ivv.. Aurll t (1 l!liviwul lime. The romiiauv. It. was kuIiI. wn.i to Insure peace, and Minister ogK.lavIll,, C()lll06l. Vrot. Jamo of raising a huge army and at tho sam.a petition asking tho Council to re.j)o,V,n Qn,aou . llurris, of Franklin, is the owner of .'making ,,11S and shells. Justice Vlvlanl, ono of tho first half ueep.ng necusM ., m usines cons.uer. ,1.1.0 wniio tho motion was-bewhat Is possibly tho oldest hen in The first explosion originated In dozen statesmen of Franco, is very wrlUon a WIUBrn,nIntory ,0,tor, ' " " "... - ' ... ...oino,,,, iiiiuuiui f,.Mi ciueii i auv Wulinit Hill Is tho proporty Kentucky, If not In the world. Tho j tho structure known as the J0-- F gratifying to officials. Both men, It "'""' .....i.i.,.. ...., , ... ... ....... . .. ,...i..,.i.i...i ii. w ...,,..B . ;iiiiioiiiLiiii r Ur. It. LIndsny Ireland, of Louis- - ' e was hatched '" with u brood building. Immediately there was is recalled, liavo held the post of ly tho iiroductlou of luxuries and tho lantern. (He lives two blocks from vlIIo. fih wlll ,irobaI)I years ago and began lay- - another explosion in tho old F n few twenty-fiv- e Premier in their respective govern.et U Is taken for les ol life ho court hut voted for the motion.) L ,,,, Tll,.011l?ll0lU lnB carIy l(foro a ,B. These two structures were des- - ments. granted that people will bo willing The motion carried and Mr. Uarnoa. wW K Hfu.r , :, tho recor Iquufler or a century she has laid an troyed. About 400, mostly women to give up luxuries. who had been elected chairman, took 'nf !M. n, n,v. ., tnuiu (, ct!l! lhllw ... ... c..Iia .. .. .....r, . .,!,.w.. ..... .. . . ... land dris., worked h. theuo lmiidincB.. MAUHIAGE LICENSE ISSUED ."-. T, .. iij tiM en' In making exemptions from nilli- - tho matter of the selection of the nro needed to Ho this record. Th- - engaged In sitting, or rearing a! At 1 p. m. firemen, policemen and SINCE OUH liAHT HEPOUT tary service, If Congrow) authorizoH cominlltoe under advisement. bodies pullet can rest twenty-eigh- t duys In Mfod. Except fo. stlffnoSH incident j others were still drugging tho draft, tho Goveriiiuent will tako When bowi yesterday Manager tho next six Shells wore mouths and Mill tie this I'" K0 alio shows no evidence of do-- j from tho wreckage. OlIIo Gray, Hartford, 11. 5, to Iva iho position that if young men work Uarnws, of the Kentucky Light & mark. , elino-anlays un egg a day. found scattered aiio.it the seem for Lillian Houglnud, Hartford, It. 0. luxuries, Power Company slnted that ?ii00 In industries ptodiiolng la space of two blocks. e' Gilbert Westerfiehl. Conuersvllli', their labor is not ncci'wry. tuid they worth of llxturos had been ordered KENTUCKY SOLDIEItS TO ltosi.lt or Plot. I'min Worth fjfj.ooo.noo. Inil., to Ueorgla Halph, HiirtforJ, ulll not bo uxe.upted. Just what and tliut the contract would be ml- Now York, April 10. A transfer Chester. Pa.. April 11. "Tho ux- - It, li. MOIUI.I.E AT LE.VIXGTOn will tin classed as luxurloH has not hered to liy tho company, plosion was tho rottult of a illablicul tnx report thowa that tho into James Ahu Woiwloy, Caneyvllle, to lieu-l- a -yet hpen delerinlnod. l.oxlnnion, Ky., April ii. l.axlntf- - plot conceived in Hip degenerate mind II. Utib'Rlti, of tills olty who ucqulrcd h Smith, Hortou. Secretary linker, Gen. Scott, Chief- - EVES TKSTED AND a fortuno In nilnliig enterprises and ton has been officially iletilKiiatud byluf a dun. on In huumit guiso," ileclsc-th- o Ivnn Edge, Hartford,' It. 0, to and Gen. Crowilor, .ludgo GLASSES' ITITED.' owned vnluablo War Departiuunt as the uilbllUa-lm- l a I1I14I1 ofllelal of tho Kildyytnu? I'rudlo Cumbroii, Hartford, It. (J. .racing stable;, left .- Gunernl, nppunrod boforn doiato to hlM flllllllv. mid relntli'.iu n n nulut,, tlo. point ror nil Hie iiallomil guarde- - Aiitn.iinitloii Corporation He II. 1. Woode, Beaver Dam, to OUIel I ulll boat, the Nch ,.... ('iiiiimcrclnl '... the House Military Coinu.itteo to i i.. II llttU U1UI' mun of Kcntuuky and iirobubly fgiveald that for obvious rostxni lie Shields, Cro.nwoll. IHIMH Vv,.tV4, Mr. Hiiggln's urge If adoption of tho war army lintel in Haiironl, Ky Tuesday (ol Notice of the could nut permit tho uue of his name. Kl ,thns of otluir StatoH. is oil 455 ', Cheater Itoyal, Hartford, It 2. Mil and will .ippear again tonuuTow. A.nll 17, with full llnoorSi1eetales,l,llll1orf J,, This official said thul Investigation Ethel Sue Unite, Beaver Dai-i- , It. 'JLi ,0jk Koilloky llt deiuirtmeut's decision was eontnlu&d ,.,, break In dl,don,atle spite in (,l,.v. ,. rnlconcluded this al'teruoou had hi. own -l m worth ...ore than ,ooo.0oo In it lolugrnm lecuived huie Any imo needing Gh.si.es, call I ivIutloiiH with Aiislrla. tho Govern- .. ,i.l ..,.. ii h,., iivt,,i.u Tim only mietalon. .alsed is a to that a bomb manufactured from a .Mean Unite. ineiit iiiiulo no move today toward Jmv iiio and liavo yotu- - eyes tetel nid UIC( al $1715 000 wl.luh ol two situs shall be selected. shell in the plant by 0110 of the viu- "Love U a drenm,' jutht'ii ( 'nssc. I'lttcil t'ouerlly. nskliiR Congress to dcelaro that a - Oldglrl. I Gen. Leopard Wood, co.ntiiHiiiler of.ployewt had caused yeiterdny's I'iIivm Hasoiuibl'. vt.ito of war o.xlsttf with t lutt country, Ohio reports serious farm labor the Department of tiu East, has up- - plosion and th ios of nt least 11(5 "AVd lauri'l...' iiTTalurti t l)l(. II. K. CECIL. and It was InilkMted tliut proven 0110 or tin. tue, on Mn l lives. " cortm.ut'M Mr Oi ritcti, to-da- y J o JinTronn Keml-ofllcl- s . FIX-Tt'ltK- j U . Sub-Meu- to-da- y . e. j ' . k, ' Com-mittt- ' lOQ-caml- '; ' ; 5 H ' egg-layln- i,- fr , ,.,., - ,,, well-know- ' ' ,.,. !" orlL-ltihll- v -- j ,.;, J ' '.,,. ; , , ,,,, build-neces- sl , . .- -- ... ,. ' I s to-da- oth, ., toiuui ? .li-.- - i ual-iilllge- uw 1 , "JJ,,rTlfr'-f-i-TrJf"'-1f-Tfjlt'll- ""'''"' 4 -- Russian volunteer niCIIAni) W. gilder's theVISIT TO I.OXGFEM.OW captured early In the morn- fleet, was GERMANS SINK I lug of August 3 by S. M. S. Eradcn. J "Another group of friendships and and formally put In service as a Inter-befoGerman auxiliary cruiser. Her name associations full of stimulating INTERNED 25-2- 8 capture was the 'Kajacsan.' eats to both my father and mother," Uo3nraond Glider, editing passon-iwr.- tr During peace sho was In tho 'ger trade between Shanghai and Richard Watson Glider's letters, ROUIND-TRI- P RATES FROM HARTFORD AND ALL WAY STATIONS OKKMANS Vladivostok. FIVE KII.LKD W1IKN She was a new, speedy "was formed on their first trip to LOW 1ILOYY VV WAK VKHSIIIi AT ship, built at German works of Cambridge, Mass., In the second Louisville & Nashville R.R. marriage. All GUAM. Schichau. Sho was taken to Tslngtao vancr after their4 Ala .aamIh IUai iu A unm tinl lL Asa uie um unj and wai overhauled, aim couia uo oei- - ui 24-25-26; ' tor than seventeen knots. She was strangers, and William and Henry A WAC H ET1PMT7R sRATnFT? equipped with guns, manned by a J in es wcro old friends of my mother rurVl71E.IV YYlO L. & N. Acjcnt for (Jcrman Cfew Tncola German gun- - whchad known them In Nowport In 'Cormorant was being dismantl- - her girlhood. They made tho Journey boat Hawthorne's 'cd at Tslngtao and the captain and with Mrs. Lnthrop, Offlcon. and KnlMed Men Taken of hcr crew wefe trangfcrrcj daughter, and went with her nfter- - 951 borrclB, or 15 per cent, over tho PrlMincrs Corniornn Source auxiliary ward to Mount Washington. In tho consumption in 19 lit. converted f Trouble, This Increase shows the steady exShe was taken tho first Bcrkshlres, wboro they spent several cruiser. tension In tho United States of tho was the first months. . night of the war and o petroleum from "In 'Tho Journal' for July, 1S75, market for prlzo of tho t'mden. The Russians Washington, April 7. The Intern- cjajm l0 ia(j neen taken Inside of my mother writes: 'Richard went to LMcxIco rather than any appreciable at .rritnrjai waters of Japan, which too Lowell and Longfellow; Lowell Increaso in the use as fuel of ed German gunboat Cormoran blown up. crude oils from domestic Guam was prior to Japan's entering hos- - hail called on us when we were out sources, whose value for refining Is The Cormoran refused to surrcn- - tiilltw I Wo took tea at the Jameses, who are I ,,, der to tho American forces which nil tho snmc. Norton's wood are just beginning to be recogulred. i nj Tho total dlsi nco covered by went to take possession of her and beautiful. I went there to sketch cnrin n,.iH Aro Dangerous, engines in 1910 was was destroyed by her crew. Two. pujj,,,, changes of temperature and met Lowell walking along with Ctifi miles, and the average disGerman warrant officers and live en- - aa(1 UIlljerwcar bring spring cold3 his finger in a book. He was perfect-liste- d men of the crew were killed in wUl gmfl-g- j up uead, sore throat and ly delightful so sweet (almost) and tance coveret per bnrrel of Tuel con- Ok J the explosion. general symptoms. A dose of Dr. 'genial. The first thing Longfellow-Twent- sumed was 3.315 miles. ofilcers, twelve warrant of- - Kinf.-j;ew Discovery Is suro relief, said to me was that he had heard of locomotives were operated in 191i! 321 enlisted men were tat:- - lMa )nppy combination of antiseptic our house and thought It must bo over 31,980 miles of track in 21 fleers and , states. on prisoners. balsams clears the head, soothes the charming that ho w'as nlwas plca-Navy Department's announce- - jrrtated membranes and what might ed to hear of houses where people Tho Safe Medicine for (iilldren. ment paid: have been a lingering cold is broken carried out their own ideas ami did 56 "Is it safe?" Is tho first question to "The Interned German cruiser Cor- - ( u,m-- t .stop treatment wtmn re-- not go by the general typo. Ills own - ,, . , moran at Cuam refused to surrcnf ... fei, a9 a i,aif cure(i cold is beautiful. Emerson of all these bo considered when buying cough Chamberder, blow herself up, killing two war Is dangerous. Take Dr. King's New people impressed us as tho child of medicine for children. 1 genius. rant olflcers and five enlisted men. Discovery till your cold Is gono His profile was enchanting lain's Cough Remedy has long been ' Twenty officers, twelve warrant offl- a favorite with mothers of young em tho brow and noso and chin firm cent and "21 enlisted men were taken rxwOl'.VDKIt SUITER tho lips singularly delicate and with children as it contains no opium r FROM SHELL SHOCK prisoners." most exquisite, refined and loie- - other narcotic, and may lie given to a child as confidently as to an adult. The message was received at tho ly expression." y Navy Department at D a. m. shell explodes in the vicinity of When Mr. Glider's first book on It is pleasant to take, too, which If K from Capt. Roy Smith. Governor of a soldier. He is unwourrtled, but p0ems, "Tho New Day," camo out, of great Importance when a medicine Guam, and commandant of the naval violently shaken, perhaps knocked j,e sent a copy to Longfellow and must bo given to young children. over or burled. He loses his senses L0WeU. station there. "Longfellow replied at This remedy Is most effectual In reThe destruction of the Cormoran for a varying period and his nervous once," Mr Gilder says, "with his lieving coughs, colds and croup Obtook place at S o'clock last night, system, having suffered a violent 'Masque in of Pandora and Other tainable everywhere. shakenlng. is no longer what it was. poems," Just out. I had seen tho book Washington time. Ho starts at the least sound, ho was delighted with the sonnets THOUSANDS OF GEHMAN ISIUTII WITIIOt'T COl'.NTUV not sleep, he has pains In the head' Caused Continued Trouble. s0 i wrotc the day ills book came termlnes to get something better out Issues enter not at all. Our wti,, Internment of the Cormoran at and his hands are slightly tremulous; 'acknowledging Its receipt In a Posslbl) his motlvo is system of city government needs of himself "'pwas Sunday evening as I New York, April 7. Thousands of to show the other man Hint ho Is bo reformed C.uam has been the cause of contin- - all except the last, symptoms that net Men should bo encoor in- - depend on the word of the patient wandered down New York Tribune, men and women of German birth who wrong, iiut it is better to do some- aged to devote themselves to ual conflict and disagreeable cv are not naturalized Anfericaus have thing worth while, because of that management as they would to eldents between the American naval and" not on the observation of the t Now, there is one remarkand imotlve than not to do It at all The other form of business, and proi i Yon Need n Spring I.untiic. lost their German citizenship officers in charge of the Island and doctor. able fact to he noted about all these virtually have no country, ..according trouble wltli us is that the tutorials efllcloncy In tho field offered b .i Dr. King's New Life Pills will the German crew. County hew ecu being mistreated are too long small municipality should the accumulated wastes of is in- to William V Sthueldor. On several occasions .former Ger- - cases. These men are unwounded. be man Amlinssriilfir nernslnrff annealed No case of "shell shock" Is ever ter from your intestines, the burden Clerk. Tho good effect of being wronged to- - wurded by advancement to the Ian r "i'p to January 1. 1914." Mr. day dies out before we are wronged field or a largo city When we ri i Get that sluggish to the State Department on behalf of found to occur in a soldier who has)0f tho blood It spring fever feeling out of your sys-t- Schneider explained, "tho German the Cormoran's ofilcers and crew a wound, no matter how triial. tho place whero mayors und dei.r again. have tho vessel transferred to San seems as If the rending of the flesh lfIlli brighten your eye. clear our federal law of June 1, 1S70, conWhen Mnrtlia is not invited to ment bends shall bo called from " - by a bullet or a fragment of slirapuel complexion. Gel that vim and sn.v.i cerning the acquisition aud loss of somo social function to which site city to soother as they nro In Krancisco. Kaeb time the Navy acts as a .sort of safety valve, local- - 0f good purified healthy blood. Dr. l'edorai and State 'citizenship was la ought to bo Invited, wo say to our- many, solely ou the basis of iltt partment refused. force. According to this luw, a Gor- selves that wo will mnke a fortune, stratod ability la their parnr Tho Cormoran was chased into Ulng in tho injury tho destructive Kind's New Life Pills are a that otherwise Is spent on th irR ias.nl lie that aids nature's man lost his or her citizouslilp by buy a lot of lino clothes, leurn the Guam by Japanese warships soon aftwe shall lie assured h"i t system. cess, try them At all dnig- - having lived outside of Germany for er tho declaration of war between ,iery latest table manners and show and efllclent municipal admtiu ri o-- o 1 gists, 2Ge. ton conseculivo years. Japan and Germany. Tho ship had ' Logic's Hut Hon folks that we aro ' Why Coitstlp.it ion Injures. ,0 "A new law does not repeat that before we can get the fortune made exhausted her fuel supply raiding " The bowels aro tlio natural sewer- - ,SHTTLVG A TRAP I'OR " ' provision, but a clause provides loss we commerce and was compelled to burn Kurin I'or Sale. have cooled olf If we could b j T1,,.j it.VUKISSKA KKillTKK of citizenship at the completion of her woodwork structure to make ago system of the body. When they A ICO aero Xarm i miles eat of It mistreated rich ami powerful ,,eCQ,,u' "''ducted by constipation a the thirty-firjear or ills iifo if a ice to hale people take an Interest Hartford, on the border of the o:I steam under which she reached that . pari oi ine poisonous manor which submarine net is mad. nt win German has not procured a final de- In you, and It no doubt helps some fields. Good dwelling, barn ami '! port. they should carry off is absoroed Into rop0i ftboul as tluck as a I(.nil ,)c,,cll( cision as to ills military duty, in Youns tho system, making you feel dull and ,aml tll0 iesn0B aro 0f great size-st- upid, consequence of both of tliene laws we for them to show that tbe haie con- er necosnry outbulidlngo. Nuiy Department Statement. Hut mistreatment Is orchard, strawberry bed t id th-and interfering with the dl- - abolU ten or fifttluI1 foet square. The have among us natives of Germany fidence in you Tile Navy Department issued tills gestion If 1 mm carry of food. ,Jiet has 0:lt8 0 lop that Kt.B ,,pI). who.tho they liaio not become Ameri- the spur that makes you do lour het ploHSing features. and assimilation statement: Port Worth seat plko w M be ti'ar. This condition is quickly relieved bv ,,,Ilg tlown Uko tnP ,loat ou ;t can eiiizena are no longer Germans In "Tho Gorman auxiliary cruiber See, or write TInsley &. Uartieit, Obtainable ngh ,ll0 a1(, on ,ho botloln are the? political sense of the word." Clmniberlaln'n Tableth format nn was blown up in the harbor everywheie. Hnrtfordr Ky.. for further part'u. -. m'weichU that keep the whole thing i y by of Aprn, Island of Guam, lars. FOR FLETCHER'S IiiMiuinla. The in a perpendicular position her crow, sinking immediately. One K. S. C SHLHtTKH AS Indigestion nearly alwajs disturbs' submerge to very submarines cannot warrant officer and one enlisted man A TKAl.VINi; CA.MP. An Kiperienreil Plr. rrrtmt ilnttit. u fin. nnfntitit nf. tlin itrna. tho sleep nioro or less, and is often j ... . ..Hb ..v.4...., are dead, one warrant olllcer and During President Lincoln r'i L';U a light i:..yu-'i,n.' uois'is c s. oemg auout tiio itiuii- -' tho cause of insomnia. urc ::ou reot four cnllstod men are missing, twenty Washington. April 7 -- Kstaidish-ment i:it ii iiomi: visit to tho Rprlngllelil pi'iiilenliary Ing depth It falls Innocemly along, supper with little If any moat, and oillcora, twelve warrant otneers and an old inmate, looking out throucli of nine new units of the tiicreforo, until It pushes its uuse in-- . no milk; also take one of Chamber-- 1 ' 331 enlisted men have been made officers' training corps vas antlft,& ri'nfltilf 0 Itmmllnl.l1(i nfltn ..... .1 j.rtl Honolulu. The i'nlted tlie bars, remarked. The net trails to theso iKhes. prisoners. "Well, .Mr Lincoln. ou atei nounced ly the War Department fv along per, aud see If ou do not rest much States llaK was hoisted lierc Tor the su.niiarino-rboth si dos of tho "On October 2f. 19t4. the thirty-flvt-fo- .!... T1i..,t 'i.. fit 1'f.Innotnti otiglit to lie. w id I posted on prl on . first time fier tlie nee of forni-- r belter. Obtainable evorj where. in ..,,,. . .. . cutter called tho 'Ocean my, .Norinuesierii .hhiuuv uii-- i uv- - 'its progress revealing the tact that Queen l.iliuokalaiii. Il this sign We've seeii all there are tu tlie entered the harbor of Apra ai Academy, Lake Geneva, Wis . something below is supiil.wnx the iiuxs pay hktti:i: Combor' the former' whose bitterness country." Island of Gualu, in chargo of Lieut. Clemson Agricultural College of motive power. Perhaps th net sud- "Why. this Is tho first I ever THAN IMJAIi liSTATi: toward the I'nlted Slates since tho means tli.i the Iililvou KIpons. of 'tho Imperial Germany South eurollim; tho Harvurd School denly slops; that Itod." replied the chief r.ecuti annotation of the Inland territory Jw'avy. The boat and party of three of Los Angeles, Cal.; I'lilversliy ot den HtibmarlnB- hag stopped, ita navi Silllwator. Okla.. April 7. An lias been mellowliig, ex- somewhat astunlsbod. nud four natives of New Arizona; Pniversity of ICenlueky, gators having- mado tho horrible dis- interesting comparison in investment pressed her ft.impathy oiilcors "Yes." was the. reply, "bin ulth Atucriea covery that they aro trapped or perGuinea bed been at sen for a long Iloiviloin College, and William) Coll valut-been In all the ret."- - Ciilc.igo nniH.y is contained in a report of J. in its martial stand against Gerhaps the net has beeome twisted in time, haling left 8. II. S 'Cormoran' ege. e-W. Owens, county agent In McCiain many, a the propeltor. for tho purpose of sending a cable to County, who owns a brlok bttsiuoeu ' Tho Legislature adopted a resolu- UIMTISII I'SH AS SIII'LLS condition., the wise ? t.'ader these San Francfieo for suppllus. The dato building in town and u IN AOVANTK OV (il'II.MlW e tion today Indorsing the attitude of submarine rlsos to the surfaee. It Of the cipher was October I S and tjie ra log- - President Wilson and pledging all udcrs, becomes the property off "ranch" stocked with 400 wiilto sun location of the Cormoran was grant iH A strict account of Income possible aid P'""'". April 7. The inliltarj that "Hawaii could lend tho enemy, and its crew made pris-- ! hom lins. ed to send the cablegram and tiio "' the Journal nai.in oners. If it doe not tuke such M-- iroiu uoiu ivcainicnv& wis ocn kepi, to crush I'ruhRlaulnn and defend tho 1 officers uiul men wre interned r opmioii lit a recent uiuir town nuiiaingcost tne owner - iiat.uuu) honor" V? Hon one of two things will lispen. R 53 t,ut lh rcc',u 'vrwrt-- n the liens a resolutiou was also adopted by Tho euomv will wait unoii tlie sur- - 000: tu. t....... 1460. Tho income .... L,v- r Ajhed for Provision. uc,"' H..MJ,.. .' uwens. tHe8euate providing for a Joint mem- - hy tho Krouc'1 n" "rltish nrtn'i face until the submarine cornea, up "" is two and three-quart"On December 14, 1QM. the Qer-ma- n times that orinl sest-ioIn lumor of tlie Ilawn. ,lui' aIwint eiillrelv to tlie uprn or, it It starts moving, the enemy . auxiliary cruiser Cormoran apfrom tho business liullilliiar. nm! thn i... ii'iHiiii-- , .10 . or mo new tuilllerj wo - -i Do No Work. will foiow until the Inevitabla up- owner is piuuning to increase me wiieu the steamer. iiavo lost IHOJr 1IVM throws heavy ftrltisii peared ofT tho harbor of Apra aud ' Could gas sliclls at an a ' Attee was torpedo risings Out perhaps the sufneo Ishtng rateof spued with tcrribt 'r imiuber oi egg producers to 8,000. ed sent a radio Baking permission to Now Strong as a commander gots impatient; in siioli -- Hpfeet. enter for ooal and provlslone. She a cava Iio oah let a bomb down into j Man. Mistrealnieiit Tho Spur. wa allowed to tmfrTbd the com-- ! Tiils'iiew engine oi warfare wticb i'fi payer's Ilurden. j the water, wblch will cxtilode One of the reasons why we aie a One of the greatest issues in pub- has but lately been tried out, bw ' tnaiMU&f officer to visit the Governor. touches the roof or the Miliwarlne. failure is tiio fact that we haven't it Jnckscli Offleer "Commanding lic life Is economy ot exjwnditure. to have aoliod tlie problem of tre.- -l Of course the Germans know that been nilstrefttod enough. If evory- platforms pledge ocouomy warfare, ami. In ti opinion ef u .tated that ho Had Just come x Qfj wrdt botnb is likely to drop at any iKMly is always good to yon it lb at- - Political this ntid candidates make anoanls m vi. critic, wll mako future batlln ' c was unable to walk lrli.uie; tho "pyc'.io!og ' m' stioii a troia tne soutn teas ami was suori oi most Impossible for you to amount ers by promising economical or do any of my own coal, had only about fifty torn on mid ot- - iur opii lutture than In tlie pi t work. 1 read about situation toudb to pemuada tha im- - ipenjiniiig. However, ueing actiiM- - flclent aduilnisJratlim and then for- board and requested i,50t toue of The guns hai.fa treincudous ra'M e LiiiiuE. I'inkham'.i prlboned crew to surrtiid-- i. ly mistreated must not be confused get their pledges American eaat and provisions to reach his neartmuilel- - "l tbe shells cause almost Vegetable with merely iiuuginlug that y0U luve est heme port in German Cast Afrilltles. lu particular, have how no- - ,leH ""' in the news-paptfume Tho gas 'j ,o been mistreated, it injure you lo torlous for the uucoiieeru with ard deter-- rr m- ca. The Governor replied that he which lwcriul that It kills almost int-- to try it. If: FOR FLETCHPR'S thluk that paoplo lmvo done you - tho taxincrs foot hills tor iwlrava- - taiHl wilhlii a nulius or S00 fed etuiW furuish only 200 tons of coal Lrought a'mosi wrong when tlioy have not, hut it ganee and graft. and thirty davs' provisions only relief My . helps you for them really to mis-- , eoaimandiug v. J'nees ha it is up tu the tasiwiers of n ooald'be spared; the MfUuT' t , uk. fly ItallriMMl. dlsntiie.iril Oil treat you. If everybody i.et-- you poUtieul faiihs in vtry oily lo unite oMsxe was given the alternative of ar.i't I neve r Ltul l,et j A doeideii increase in the use a right you fall into a sort ot Interne- - ,1a aelNdofeuse. to eee'that oul prop-tuhours r'-JT?,- tUpsrtlBK within twenly-fol " rHIlP. I W.'liMJ petrolott.ro as locemotlve r..cl by'lbo A Most ISfTeellvo IUnnedy 1 er drowsiness. r wett 8rB BnitBlwl tor ofTiee and or aelot iDterued. VA iond nr.,1 n man. Ptron ik It inay be the making of a man, to act as ''watch dogs" u ihe ex. KIZIJMA AX1 SKIN DISI '.i;S 19 a. 1 1' S'. woli trcnt vhl'h Mir- - iUroads oi the United 8tue in If tl is "On December IB, 1014, at N efct:bl ls shovru by statistics cimi piled uuiier for him to haf that someone has pumlltures t,t public funds m., the eoiuiua&dtaji officer decided clv.' s I.vd'a D. i'liiklialii's ' l'oirw-MeniOur Ivo is uu uiitlxvpt'c Orfi'.ounr. 'Mr. . Jok. CXr.v:, 17i3 tlie supervision of John f) Northrop called hint a fool the klad f fool el Ilea wiU never be fully rid of Hie U reoialo in port and the ship end Ncwj.ort .v.-.- , Clili.vr, III. the r ull or forty jean-- ' i rail' end Just published by tiio I'aJKHi' that is so numertms. When he Srst curse of graft until tn-- v M.a iue... Th ilk personnel were Interned. ' of Lvdia E. I'i"'. 'iiim' of h druggist, im , .... t... ,,,L. .t.A.lua ..AM.. .... lAn.ibti t .,if III 1a VlfVinAJn.1 9V t ft .1 l,..t States Geological tlurii-- i !Kisrtgietit heart ftliouL ltfiA luiatfiiiiaM nti,.tr ",,M ..... "' ,B" w'a. " . uar,J- - Pontius. Ger- - . eperlhre host Ideas from i'h-wbn ,Mi ' " " ' ...i " taken the 7 I K i i.y l j 0f the Interior. unptaUelea. Um Toutyue oeers, ou uIOhlp- '" th" "W,U "H0 Mt k.ql,ttWH V.escrt,llon. and oncent aUd H Kepurte sHbtultttsi by 33 raHroad' ..,-- .., v, wao wiiru' irr.i uapia?eBkHits, i.uia,M yrer-a- t uracL-- i KBitinan. iuur t lMae ami nation, ulcura'tau. InrcjrolarltJ 3, j - oowpaulua, oouiprlsliig all thitt ftx backaehtf, heawg-lor- i 1 went iMiepati Ieuiuotive in, (lie 0orreM Thg ndwlHistrathMi of oitv afililra 8KI- - niau'im.u: bhto fioutti Sea natives. m n,i i,, r.i. iiMr. natuieocy, indiweatJaw, tikateees, Usltftd HWmt UT that the nnanUy Uut g a bnalaaas. he wttlft ,gff Itp te p.iro and aienta a great ' W'ayetbU(omi)C4ah( t3Uo- - ( Uil fydllw (QMUMiid last y"fc v.dg iimi mo una wnu e.iifti nm a ilite wkiah Uu, itMsiu biiip, bv Ohie Coin ti Diui Co Vr ' 'I'h- mto ot fU7V J. halt rlnUl abHl iC ami he iwmMs Cor&oreti wtu) toimtlf x Kai Miawly iV' Ivnwt Ms. V p?mioi l!artiog uu steamer in - I Kentucky Educational Association SHIP ) re LOUISVILLE, APRIL u h Tickets on sale April Sec nearest limit May 1st. Particulars. -.( Inw-grad- low-gravi- has-bee- I CALL $ h S ON I US ; 1 IN.-4S- 1, y For Overcoats, Suits, Odd Pants, Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloaks. Don't miss us. 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Thcrcforo It pays to bring children Into tlio world and caro for them; It puys to be a good neighbor, nnd rt good employer nud a good friend. Atnerlcan Magazine. -- 19!B . Children Cry for Fletcher's -- SS - x ' tSKSRSESSS &hk Ju ?J s$ M St. -- k. !v Coiii'tilingon, April 8 (via London). Sloan's lilnhncnt For Ithciimatlsin. Talk Af pcuco, oa rcllcctctl In tlio Tito torturo of rheumatism, the (Icrinau uawspaiicrs, Is Indoflnlto and pains nnd aches that malto lifo un uncertain, although rumora of Im- - bearable are relieved by Sloan's lAu- pending dovelopemcnts on this lino lment, cjoan cicar tail.d llmt . nppear to nttrnct moro nttcntlon In ciisy l0 apply and more effective Urn'i flnnnmiii ,.... Aiiafrtn 1i n ft ......v... v,u. ,..,... ntiil ........ ....... Amnrlrn'o ' mueSy pinsicra or ointmcntE uccatiBO 'entry Into the war. Premier Tlsza, ,t penetrates quickly without rub-- j of Hungary, In an hauler artlclo in a j ,,ng ror tho many pal,3 nnd nche3 lludapest weekly writes that lo following exposure, strains, Bpralm thlnkH he see- -, signs of the dawn of al)(l nlU8ci0 Borcness, Sloan's Llnl- -. peace on tho Knstorn horizon, though , mcnr ig ,,ronintlv effective. Alwavs i pnilbly wilder conllagratlons may havo a bottle handy for gout, lum- -' ll.imn nn. t bago, toothache, backache stiff nock "Tho fortress walls of our enemies an,i nI external pains. At druggists, xW tare beginning to show cracks," ho 25c. -writes. "The events In Ilusala portend K5 i similar dovolopoments elROWlicro," fruitions liberals. Hvldontly tho Premier bad Italy In In advocating unlveislal military ' mind. training. It Is essontlal for liberals to Tho goal of tho Central Powers, romcmber that they must not forgo ,the article continues, Is-- permanent a weapon that a reactionary govern-peac- o for nil mankind. .Tho Premier lcnt C0Ul(1 us0 j,uaiy to play tho uxprofles tho hope that thcs.0 nations diplomat's game. Uy aro about to receive tho reward for, lnsStlE tIiat tIloro ,)0 no congcrip-tho- ir struggles. jtlon for overseas sorvlce, no conscrlp- Count von Hcvcntlow, of tho Tage3 tion In t.aso ot slrit:Cf i,y demanding Zoltuiig, Is apprehensive that If a breakdown of tho officers' casto, pcaco comos It will not bring all that tj10 necessary oafeguards may be ardent German annexationists crave. f0Umi. Liberals will for tho present Cosaro in Mew Yoik Evening Post. Ifo laments that tho Government, In wnnt a population trained to arms, replying to President Wilson in the but no government yet established on Deulpcho Allgejncliio cittuifr, oarth can bo trusted with tho power 'with tho laconic remark, 'Your INBIBST jlwnd is dead.' Mirny of these per- - '"'.d not proclaim tho Jinn intent to t0 COnscrJDt men into tho battlo lino Mctory and without tl o special sanction of tho war a bocn fT tCKniiit 8"S,,ynre 8unP8Qtl t0 Imvo the Allies accept no t0 couiP'oto "business peace" or one people's rrprescnatlves. Compulsory, H the nrti'lcj" "re of til ll i! as they were compelled to work so based on a compromise. Only a peace training, compulsory sorvlco to dc- on completo victory, ho do- - fcn(j tuo national territory, no com- j founded nonr tho lines' cmres can snvo ino monarcuicai sys- - pUiBi0n to servo against tho homo I.ittlo (holre Tor Vicllmx. M n:itirN oFnciAii Tni.us ov "Tho men who como up for solec- - tf in of Germany, destruction of which population, and no compulsion cx- I!Itl JWU1Y Ulf GKIOIANS TO tion nro given tho following choice: It tho obvious aim of tho Entente cept jn Bpedai emergency and by TIIIJ PltOPLK. Work in Germany or In Uolgltim on and President Wilson. special legislation to servo outside tho railways or on matters ot a mil- - j Tho Vorwacrls Is happy In the be- - American, territory this seems to Itnry nature. Tho men who havo re- - lief mat rororm or uic Prussian iran- - us tno comnromlso which tho sltua- -' A story ot turned nre generally In an exhaust- - chlso will be undertaken during the Washington, April 8 tlon requires The Now Republic, tho horrors of German military rulo Cd It not dying condition Q It Is sun- - war. It calls attention to Austria- In lleigluni and of tlio tortues in- - posed thnt they aro those who per- - Hungary with a Bcatcblng arraign' THi: LADIES HOME JOURNAL, EVENING POST fllcted upon Belgians to force their dieted In their refusal to sign or incut of conditions In ono country THE SATURDAY labor for. their cnomies was reveal- - Wor!c and whoso physical condition ruled without parliamentary Institu- nnd THE COUNTRY OENTLEMAN d hero tonight In hitherto unpub- - 0uld not withstand tho punishment tions during the war. The VowaerU wish to secure the spare time of a albo criticise ""sharply tho German man or woman to act as local reprellshcd letters to the Government from inflicted on them." an American official who spent many The writer recalls the German Nationalist party, saying It is at- sentative In Hartford and vicinity, months In the midst of tho reign of ,romlo of liberal wages to those who tempting without parliamentary as- looking nfter tho renewals of their Ki!l sign, with permission to send sent to assure maintenance of do- many subscriptions In this section, terror. races. Of tho German explanation that their larnings to their families In minion over and introducing theso publications they doported only tho unemployed nolglum. "Painstaking Inquiries," to new readers. Payment will bo among tho conquered people, this of- - ,0 adds, "linvo failed to elicit n Statement of tlio Ownership, mado In salary ahd commission. Pre. sas: 9i9D92 K' histaucc In which such money has Management, circulation, etc., requir- vious experience Is desirable but not "They needed skilled Nnnd active uoen received from Germauy." ed by tho act of August 24, 1912., ot essential. For details address, .with c Tho Hartford Republican, published references, Box G54, THE CURTIS nrllsaus nnd these mon were natural- wookly at Hartford, Kentucky, for PUBLISHING COMPANY, Independ ly still unemployed. Tho authorities ? How's , , deceased, April 1st, 1917. ence Square, Philadelphia. 17t2 ilia not, however, evidently dare an- litin ft Kdltor, Al. J. Barnctt, Hartford, nounco their real wishes." fe.r WHAT THE MILITARY " "lti.lr.lnm nl Hits, timmnnt." Knva ""J cured mby Ky. bo Hall's TRAINING HILLS PROVIDE In December, "Is that cannot Business Manager, W. S. Tlnslcy, a letter written Cure. going thru n reign of terror. It is Catarrh J. CIIKKCT & CO.. Toledo, O. Hartfond, Ky. P. Tlio Chamberlain bill Introduced Wc, havo P. & Publisher, Estato of C. M. Barnctt, hard to bcllevo that tho dark mo- Cheneythe undersigned, years, knownbelleva and for the last 15 at tho last session of Congress pro- ments of tho French revolution woro him perfectly honerabtc In nil builnesa deceased. able very much worso than conditions transactions and financiallyby his to carry Owners. Estate of C. M. Baruett, killing for compulsory military traln- tlrin. vut uny obligations made Ing, affects every youth In tho coun NATIONAL. BANK OP COMMEIICR. which wo aro now tho witnesses. deccaseO, Hartford, Ky." Toledo, mortgagees, try between the ages of 19 and 22 month that we remain With each Known bondholders, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, tho blood and mu. the net Is drawn tighter and tighter acting directlyofupon system. Testimonials and other security holders, holding Six months' training In an army camp the ions surfaces bottle. Bold 1 .per cent or more of total amount Is mado nccesspry under tho terms of free. Prlro around tho population. Tho culro aentnil Druggists. T5 cents per , ' by i.'tUoa. country Is inoro or less ono great Inof "bonds, mortgages, or other se- this bill. Tak Hall a "mUir Pills for Ono year of intensive military ( ternment camp. Th obtain permiscurities: Bank of Hartford, HartLinotype training is proposed in the projected ford, Ky.; Mergenthaler sion to go fur a breath of liberty and I'ltGK Alili 1MKMKKS TO plan ot the army general staff, and lMtonuci: itKcoiio chops Co., New York. neutral air In Holland or Switzeryoung mon of approximately the W. S. TINSLEY. land Is now practically impossible for samo ages fixed in tho Chamberlain Owonsboro, Ky , April 7. PatriBelgians nnd oven for neutrals. Business Manager. otism was shown by tho farmers of People Look To V. 8 Sworn to and subscribed before bill would bo affected. Tho theory is advanced that such youths aro of at a mass mo this 24th day ot March, 1917. "An uninterrupted series of trials llavlehs county tho least economic value to society. MAHGAKET MARKS, for espionage aro being conducted meeting held at the courthouse, Military training at this age, it is by Dr. Fred Notary Public. in various parts of tho country but which was uddrtst-eMy commission empires February pointed out, would result In minimum fbovo everything else nt tho present Mutchlur, oftho State College, of Ag-Interference with permanent business moiuent tower.s tho nightmare of tho rlcirituie, Comnilnhlouer of Agrlcul- - lltti, 1918. connections and tho establishment of deportations. Even tho Austrian rep- - turo M.itt Cohen and County Agent families later on. rosentatliert hero had words of apol- - J W Wltitehouie Gin's BONUS IF t, ,rAmtsrlia" va-- . n ndorcd on a cor- HUE DOESN'T WED ogy nnd ivm lilnmo lor tho policy and "Hoch dor Kaiser" Brings Ropo In dcfoiiFe could only refer to tbTi net and Iho farmers sang tho na- Thermopolls, Wyo April C. A 'ffjleged of Germans In tltmal anthem. Dr. Mutcholcr urged Miss Ella Eaton, of Highland, the farmers to grow moro diversfled Kan., who will teach in tho schools of stranger believed to bo German, who H,,..u I'KMdnit Wilson's "plondid pro- - crops. Ho culled upon" tho .city poo- - Metcalf, Ariz., during tho coming shouted "Hoch dor kaiser" as ho test," waiist tho deportations, tho plu to grow vegetables In their back ycar, Wlll rccelvo a bonus of $5 a stood drinking at a saloon bar hero, wrll'r H.Tys. waa or great moral value, yard and a. mi lot 1' veiy farmer month If sho rofralns from marrjlng narrowly escaped lynching at tho "It Is really pitiful to bee how tho sliould bae a home v riden. Special U1,ta the end of tho bcIiooI terui. noxt hand. of Thcrmopollsaus, whom his cry Infuriated. BelfiUns look to Ainerloa in a crisis nttontluu giu.ulir iw giicn to poultry .spring. Marrying girls have been in As tlio strang'er lifted tho glass to Lhenloek of all kinds should bo great demand nt Metcalf. like this," he continues." his lips after shouting his toast, ho bpecinl attention with- - gheu The School Board of that town has But thu depoilatlons contluuo "Don't sell a brood sow that will had so much troublo looking for now was knocked down by a miner. A out any apparent serious modified- i ope appeared as If. by magic und in tints in splto or tho protest ot our ralso a litter of plgb," tho speaker teachers after school has been In sessaid. Farmers should refrain from sion thrco or four months that It was a moment tho dazed man was bang Government. ' Tho fashion In which any given marketing calves. It was urged that decided to offer a special bonus to tho ing from a beam. Bcforo his Ufo was extinct tho recruitment Is carried out depends all kinds of feed' wlll pay tho farmer schoolteachers who wlll remain sincounsel rff cooler heads prevailed, of tho equally as well as tobacco, gle. New York World. very largely on tho character and ho was cut down by tho city marCommissioner Cohen bnld that lab-lnSomo proceed- officer In command. shal, but was then unconscious. Ho orderly manner nnd or conditions were ono of tho hardest Schojurshlp. llusliicss put-ofl In A problems for tho Kentucky fanner to Wo havo for sale, a scholarship, was revived with cold water and others in a disorderly fushton. guard iA Uhlans Is generally necea- - solve. Ho urged tho forming of cau-ou- r, good for a complete course in either forced to kneel and kiss tho Ameriand Accounting or can Hag. Ho was warned to get out mmetimcfl backed with machlno nlng clubs, seed elirbs and pig clubs, Bookkeeping gutis. At times It l thought neccs- Stenographers CourBo In tho Owons- ot town. Ho did. Spring. boro Business & Industrial College. nary to chargo tho watchlug crowds. spring la iooj,chi upon ny many as For particulars apply at Republican Is Method. KUuutlon tf "Varluun uiethodi nio cniplo.ved to tho most delightful season of tho office. FOR FLETCHER'S fnroo tho men who rof uso to sign, to yoar, inn mis canuoi uo stuu oi mo F Man'n Chief Aim. Tho cold and damp algn and work. Starvation Is tho rhoumntlc. Men. havo been living in this world I Men aro albo said weather brings on rheumatic pains Snow la Now York, most prominent". Thoy have Now York, April 9. Worshipers to bo placed In an excessively heated which aro anything but pleabant. for many centuries. dllfer-cu- t leaving tho churches uftcr tho Sunroom nnd when in a great sweat They can bo iclluvcd, however, by traded In their lives for many Liniment, things famo, money, power. day night Easter services walked out Chamberlain's out or doors. Interment at a applying thrust m But tho consensus ot opinion through Into a snowstorm which, continuing prison camp nt Beech (?J near Mun- - Obtainable every whore. tho agca Is that tho thing most to bo ull night long, ended Thero tho utter layBtcr is llkowlso reported. doslrcd Is happiness. No man can bo ing a Nw CItu h , bo graoly abused niantlo or white upon men aro said to A school boy composition on Pat- - really happy unless his consclenco Is tho city. Tho tomperaturo ot 2G mistreated. learned counduti. rlek Ilupry contained tho following clear; therefore it pays to bo honest at 0 o'clock this morning was "In Ghent it la land to treat tho other follow as ono tho lowest on any April 9 In tho rcc-orUaily that 23G men havo died from goui. "Patrick was not a very bright; would. HUoMo bo treated. No ono of tho local Weather Bureau treatment or work tho effect of tho his -icculvod, In moro than oiio caso tho boy. 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Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. to-d- flvo-iuc- .I Sli BttSiB I i Mb i cs (IneorjKirutetlJ do OWENSB0R0, KY. 't,mttttM TsiT rfMUMiUa ;:' ," Hartford Republican. ttdrt.'.rl, Krt irrd iircordln& to law Bt th l'ortofflw Ky n mull mnltfr ol the neconJ Wo hnvo the soil mid It should ho mndo to yield moro other necessities. MAY BE MOBILIZED this year thnu ever hoforo. Ill AMERICAN HHIPH HUNK HY but had at last to yield the unequal struggle. Ho contracted (tier trouble while u FOR WORK ON FARMS student Jn the School of Pharmacy . ANNOUNCEMENTS. ty oIIIcch published In this column tin- - ty, Subject to the Primary Elvctlna, ill the Primary, $5.00 In advance, Saturday, August 4, 1917. . I '! District ohlccs, $2.50. Editor t ALLISON J. HARNETT I'or .Fuller. Washington, April 10. German THOSE NOT QUALIFIED FOR Till: I'or Koprentntlve. Wo aro authorized to nnnounco tho W. H. TINSLEY,. .Ilttslncsi .Malinger submarines havo sunk, during the ARSIY SIAY IIAVI5 TO SIAKE Wo are nutliorlzetl to announco tho cnndldncy of .Al. V. HllltOADKIt for edirlks. war. n grand total of CSO Tieutral candidacy of I,. L. KSIHHY for tho lho Republican liomluntlnu for Jnll-e- r to vessels, Including 19 American, and communications Republican nomination for Hepro Address nil Ohio county. Subject to Mm of tentative of Ohio county. Subject Prlnmry Klectlon, Saturday, Augttsi 79 unsuccessfully jmvo ffhe Hartford Republican. nttneked to the Primary Election, Saturday, 4, 1917. acothers, Including 8 American, Vugust I, 1917. St. Louis, Ajirll 10. Immediate cording to an olllclal tabulation given He was laid to rest In lho Masonic NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Wo aro authorized to announco ths mohollzntion of the nation's men who Cemetery v nt tho Rinln nnnnrtment at Ilngernan whero Uio For County .Indite. flal.crtlliorn ilcntrlnK ! J.iper f nt to a nrw nut candidacy of .. V. DUVAMi for tlta 1,ot 'cct lho ".nnllflcntlons for nc In iiinMnR the and complcto up to April 3. Since tho " ddr- -i uiut rIti" tlio old lone iiflerimmi rIuhIowh from tlin ' We aro authorized to announce the Republican nomlunllou for Jailer of s " tho .Ohio county. Subject to "l ,,ar' c",Ico ' rqtit. ltocKles fringe the Croat Plains, and i;u"";,c' nf German war lono went into effect tho PriHepulillcan nomlnntlon for Judgo of cI"K fam PmtlucU Is ono of the nttiimi l.ooil nml Nut lew Uc rir line nml d of 1, moro than amid tho romatlc surroundings which ,ho OIlo County C()Ur,. SnbJocl to mary Klectlon, Saturdny, August 4. linn for I'H.'h nililltliiiiiil Inmrtlan. to bo taken to solve the , 1017. I measures OliltunrlcH, Itcnotatloiii- iin-- l Ciinl ol Tli itiln,Jc the vessels sunk havo been neutral, had grown so dear to him during his tho Primary KIcctloil, Saturday, Au- "' " u"i"- - ouiics in Inst and fateful years. Ho was a 'nisi 1, 1917, nml n. Inrno number of other HCUtrnl '""" I" "" luif motiev In minim Wo are authorized to nnnounco tho frw. but other vt,ggej8 iiripVo been Ohnnh Noiipci lor Into tl,c "P'nlon of delegates to the Kami voting man of much promlso and tho terrorized candidacy of K. K. T1NSMJY for line. idTprtlieinnt. S"' Agricultural Kxporta. early ending of his life has brought nnnounco tho Republican nomlnntlon for Jailer tho iTonteronco or. We aro authorized to In port. of inciryinini fOtuiiianliiillii!i will reicUu no stayingestimate' cIoat-,(. I. WEDDING for of a two-ilnseslon hero l la available of the w,l,cl N Itrntluii the deepest sorrow to his relatives, t,0 Re; .ibllcun nomlnntlon forjudge Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Klectlon, August 4, 1917. lhla afternoon, a number of lives lost on neutral vcss - ,ln,e and friends. I of the Onto County Court. Subject The conference, called by David F els, but It Is shown to havo been to the Primary Election, Saturday, w We aro authorized to nnnounco tho ' Houston, Secretary of Agriculture. THERE'S NO RED TAPE Angus! 4. 1917. LS3 large. Olllclal reports bIiow that Suin'bedani candidacy of H. A. I.ICK for tho CO " iiBncui-o- n Farine:a' 2Ivi.tiAal about 250 Americana havo been lost """ """i"""-1- "' nomlnntlon for Jnllcr of Wo are authorized to nnnounco the schools and olllcers of farm neutral and belligerent steamers'1"1 candhlncy of It. II. MAUTIN for the Ohio county. Subject to tho Primnrj boards from all States except New All jounsmen of Oiilo County Iio' uop,,;,!,,.,,,) nomination for Judgo of Klectlon, August 4, 1917. .APRIL lit together. I'RIDAY Tho department's statement foll England and the Pacific Coast. aio plijsliallv tit for military scrilrolllio Ohio County Court. Subject to Wo nro authorized to announce ths Four committees were named to iiw Invited to conio to ILirtfonl itiul' Primary Ulcetlon, Saturduy, ows: candidacy of .1. T. WKDDINO for tho 1!'17, , , , KUBt ('cal wltn various phases of tho food good German, but tho '' "In dem" Is Republican nomination fur Jailer of "information has been received bv at the Armory for the He- -' Ohio county. Subject to tho Prima"nlty" will bo furnished by tho Al- - tll0 department that since tho bo- - uucstion and their findings wen mtltliiK Olllrcr nlm ulll lie glad to U1 nre authorized to nnnounco tho ry Klectlon, August I, 1917. ""' ovcr ,0 lho Central Committee fiiiuMi any liirornmtlon in regard to enndld ey of ,1. A. HKMiAMY for tho lies. ginning of tho war, Including April which reported to tho en- - iilMiiiK in Co. II, :!iil K.V., Infantry. UeptiWh-anomination for Judge of CSO neutral vessels have of 3, a total of Wo nro authorized to announco tho Cuba Is small, but she has proven ,)CGn BUnk by 0erman BUbmnr,ncs a3 tiro conference, .IllOjeci lO ITii-r.Inv iiirn urn tnkln.r nilv.in. the wi"" County Court. of ril!tl,KY .toiiNSON gamest little 'he Prim ry Klectlon, Aug. 4, 1917 candidacy Hcpubllcnn horsclf to bo about tho Hcgardlng tho mobilization of l;if;( of this unusual opportunity to for tho folowa; nomination for country In these parts. rpI,ort ..No.0,Ent iU. Swedish, lll;'fnrm labor- - tl10 "Jorenso i'8 lll!"- get ahead of the rush vtlirn either Wo tiro authorized to nnuounro tho Jnllcr of Ohio county. Subject to InI'"011" should 'Dutch, 61; Greek. 50; Spanish, 33; I,,!U1S tho draft plan for raising an army an.li.laiy of SILAS I,. STKYKNS for V" ' 'jlmnry hlcctlnn, Saturday, Au Another great reitson why Hart - ; . .... . ArpllHnn 10. ,, va . . . ..f . . ... O"- - - cludo provisions for nn adequate food - put In operation or nn nfllrlal eali;'!l1' Republican nomlnntlon for Judgo vV ford shouldn't havo street lights supply lor civilians and soldiers as for tho raising ,,f new ami Inexnorien. "r V,10 9,h,, C'0U,iU" ?U,,CCt 1. Total. GSG. Wo nro to Saturday, cnndldncy authorized to announco tho tho lightning bugs might get Jeal of ( A. SMITH for the Re"Neutral vessels attacked and ca- - wcU !,B for cnlhUHiB men tq go to the t'd orminintlons Li isiue!. Tlicv August 4, 1917. 0119. publican nomination ror Jnllcr of caped; Norwelgan, 32; Swedish, 9; front. Not including the number of may enll-- t right here anil liiimetllatc-1- ) ,,(),ro"n!y- - 8Jcct "" Primary Wo .m authorized to announce tho Danish, 5; Dutch, 13; Greek, S; persons rejected for ph) steal defects, the) nro furnished uniforms mid William J. IJryan says he wnnts to 'Action, Saturday. August 4. 1917. Spanish, 2; Argentine, 1; Brazil, 1; the report says, there, nro moro than Imard until sent to join tho rest of andlda.y of WIXSON SMITH for tho enlist as a private. It Is nn extremeRepublican nomlnntlon for Judgo of 2,000,000 boys between tho ages or the conipaii "soineuheio in 8. Total, 79.' Wo nro authorized to nnnounco tho Uio Olilo County Court. ly simple ceremony and a recruiting American, Subject to 15 and 19 in tho cities who are not 0-Muprimary Klectlon, Saturday, Au- cnndldncy of WORTH TICHKNOR. offlco Is so easy to locate. cugagcu in any prouueuvo worn vital for the Republican nomination for POINCARK CAULKS GKATITUDK Attention is called to the fart that gust 4, 1917. Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to OK l'RKNCH TO TIIK U. S. t0 ,ho nation. Co. II only urxHls n few lows than April 24 and 25 havo been desigthe Primnry Klectlon, Saturday, AuTho plan of military enlistment, it tuenty men. After thc.o nro enlisted For County Attorney. days. Let's benated as clean-u- p Wo nro authorized to nnnounco tho gust 4. 1917. utll-car- o iririiiting will .stop, for tho time be- candidacy of A. I). KIRK for tho.Ro- Paris. April S. President Poln- -' ls urced, should bo broadened to gin tho war with a mighty victory Wo aro nulhorlrcil to announce thc-of France has sent forward tho lzo f"r agricultural labor, manufne-followin- g ing, anil those who desire to join tiubllcan nomination for County At ovcr weeds, dirt, rats and flics. ' ndldacy of .1. W. PKRRY for tho cablegram to President turc "f munitions or other national after this must sign nn agreement to torney of Ohio county. Subject to service; r irsi men neyounn mm- - accept finn.sportutlnn to the mobili- tho Primary Klectlon, Saturday, Au i Rotiulil can noiiiliintloii ror Jnller of r.nrmnn mlnlstPra on tlila slilo tlin Wilson: Subject to tho Priunio county. second men of military zation camp lien the call for l'Vtl-en- il gust 4, 1917 waters have launched a concerted "At tho moment when, under the tlir' a mary Klectlon, Saturday, August ' nK: 1,ut not accepted for active scr-t- o I. 1917. retreat. Tho new move Is reported generous Inspiration of yourself, tho service 1m uuulo. They cannot I'or County Court Clerk. great American Republic, faithful to vlce- - and third boys under age for be tinifomicil here nnd no provision be only a strategical maneuver. We aro authorized to nnnounco the We aro Its Ideals and Its traditions, Is com- -' enlistment. is made fur their pay and hoard until candidacy of AY. C. RLANKKNSIIIP candidacy authorized to announce tho of l. M. UROU'N for thc Other recommendations Include tho rail actually Qourier-Journsuggests 11R forward to defend with the force for tho Republican nomlnntlon for Tho ionics. County Court Clerk of Ohio county. 'lJ'nu',Ucan nomination for Jailer of e Tlle Production of a normal tho ba'ttlo.cry bo, "To HeR With 0f arnlB tho cause of Justice and of that county All that Is necessary li to prcnent Subject to tho Primary Eloctlon. Subject to tho Prlmn- Intensive cultivation Hapsburgs and tho Hohenzol- ry Klectlon, Saturday. August 4, tho peoplo of France are nil- - ton crP joiirvtdf to tho Recruiting Ofllcev Saturday, August 4. 1917. 1917. ft Why not shorten It and at Cd wjtn tno deepest feelings of er tl,an l)" Increasing tho acreage, witli a desire to enlist. If tho Increase corn acreage and substi- j Wc arc authorized to announco the the same time get thp identical mean- - j' brotherly appreciation. exainluation is pased you candidacy SI. F. CIIUSILEY for the I'or Assessor. ing by adopting the simple cry, "Kill "Permit mo agam to confer to you, !tut,n'' sorghum crops In districts beeomo a member of your ucpuuucanof nomination for County We arc authorized to announce the bp(in killed. ijvir. President. In this solemn and where wht'at lla!' Them!" homo company. Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject cnndldncy of !. K. WARD for tho ' grave hour, an assurance of tho same ' Increasing areas planted to navy, to tho Primary Election, Saturday, Republican nomination for Assessor K. L. HAIINKTT, 1st Lieut., (or Ohio county. Subject to the Pri- August 4, 1917. AS TO LIGHTS. sentiments of which I recently gavo heans, Mexican and Tepary beans. :ird Ky. Inf., It. O. ,mary Klectlon, Saturdny, August 4. A movement Is on foot to circu-'y0- u mm evidence, sentiments which, un- - bucknheat, barley, oats, potatoes.! Wo nro authorized to announce tho 1917. j late a petition asking the City Coun-'dpresent circumstances, have sweet Potatoes and peanuts. the candidacy or L. II. CONDIT for the. Report or Tho Condition of Tho Korniallon or boys' and girls' clubs cil to reconsider their action In con- -' grown in depth and warmth. Republican nomination For .Magistrate. for County HANK OK HARTFORD of encouraging gard trading for streeC lights for Hart-- ! We aro authorized to announce tho Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject i am confident that I voice the f(,r thc Doing business at tho town of Hart- to tho Primury Klectlon, August 4, candidacy of W. C. DAUOHERTY for ford Monday night on the grounds' UiouKht of all France in expressing pnlng. " 1917. the Republican nomlnntlon tor Jusford, County of Ohio, State or The catabllsliracnt of municipal 3 . """."' uio :...,...: uuira hul; ,.,., i1" J.t-- . huiii i.. .i... nuin","" " tice or Pence, Roslno Magisterial Diswuinwv m jou irtasury iu inc mat establishments. Kentucky, at tho close of 'ng and canning trict. Subject to the Primnry ElecFor Sheriff. The tho' Joy and the pride which we feel' the expenditure at present. inpronso In thn niiimal nroducts business on 10th day of Wo aro authorized to announce the tion. Saturdny, August 4, 1917. y as our hearts once again beat has been let, signed by all contract cnndldncy of (. A. RALPH for the April, 1917. land enlargement of the milk proparties and the light fixtures order- - in unison with yours. RepMlcan nomlnntlon for Sheriff of We are nuthorircd to nnnounco tho duction h by Intelligent A 1i. ihn inmnnnv U'n fnll In SOP. flilo tiror wnillil lift! llftVft reach Ohib county. Subject to tho Pri- candidacy or .IAS. A. HOLING for tho RKSOURCKS. - ej its final import had not the United . eculng. mary Election, Saturday, August 4, Republican Humiliation ror Justlco of therefore, what benefit is to be dcTho Increase of pork product on Loans nnd Discounts. . . $192,783. C3 1917. the Peace, Sulphur Springs District. rived by tho citculatlon of such a states been led by the enemy him- poultry production Overdrafts, secured and Subject to the Primnry Election, Sat! .,Hnn Tn Pvnrv "lid doubling If fl,n rm,rK., U fnllnwo.l c1f tn nnrl In It Wc arc authorized to announce tho urday, August I, 1917. feeding. 2,985.90 unsecured that expenslvo luxury, called law impartial spirit it will be apparent, within a year by careful candidacy of S. A. RKATCHKR for Stocks, Ronds and other methods. Buit, appears to bo the inevitable. tho Republican nomination for Sherin the future more than ever In tho Wc aro author-reto announce 3,345.00 iff of Ohio county. Subject to the Securities In order that distribution of ma Tho tax payers of tho town need past, that German imperialism, which ot E. W. JACKSON tor 70,165.67 Primary Election, Saturday, August tho Republican lamination ror Jushnvn no fear of a raise to meet the rtnulnxl. nrnnarnd and declared this ture crops might bo best effected, it j Due from Ranks 13,944.62 4, 1917. tice or tho Penc, neavcr Dam Dislighting expense, for such a thing is war. had conceived the mad dream of .was "USgcitfifl that the Department, Cash on hand trict. Subject 'o tho Primnry Elocwith the Checks for remittance.. 1,005.20 - ot Agrlculture.co-opcratin- g impossible under the present law. establishing Its hegemony throughWo aro authorized to nnnounco the tlon, Saturday, ugust 4, 1917. .... Ranking House, Furniu' i" candidacy of . I JONKS for the It has succeeded olul1is a question of whether or not th? out the world. It 4,500.00 Republican nomlnntlon for Sheriff ture and Fixtures ler agouciw.ui ouco .uuu...iu ai- Wo aro authorized to nnnounco the peoplo prefer lights to street Un- - mly In brlpglng about a revolt or tho of Ohio county. Subject to tho Pri- candidacy of SI. II. CROWDKR for Other Assets not Includncieui inrm inuor 10 iiiuet uu provements that can bo mado with conscience of humanity mary Election, Saturday, August 4, tlio Republican nomlnntlon for JusA thorough survey of the ed under any of above lan- tho money that Is to be spent ror "In tice or the Pencn, Roslno Magisterial 130.85 1917. heads ' tho former? We believe, liken ma- - buiKunce. you have mado yourself, IO"u' ,lluVr """ "'" district. Subject to tho Primary tho country Is asked, inJority of the Council, that the lights before tho universe, the eloquent Wo are authorized to announco the Klectlon, Saturday, August 4, 1917. M294.860.87 candidacy of 8. K. HKNNKTT for the It Is urged that power bo conferred Total ure more in demand and If left to tho torprrtcr of outraged laws and a upon the Secretary of Agriculture In Wo are authorized to announce the LIAUIL1TIKS. Democratic nomination rot Sheriff of tax navers It nnnears that they iiipiinn-r- l civilization. Ohio county. Subject to tho Prlmnrv candidacy or W. S. for the Rewith tho Federal Trade Capital Stock paid in, In would decide likewise. The latter "Honor to you, Mr. President, and publican nnmluntinn Tor Justice of $ 40,000.00 Klectlon, Saturday, August I, 1917. Commission to obtain tho necesbary cash I beg you question will probably lie determined to your noble country. , lho Pence. Sulphur Sprlpgs .Magister' 20,000.00 definitely by the circulating of n pu- - to believe In my devoted friendship. data (m ,ho nation's food outlook so Surplus Fund ial district. Subject to tho Prlmnrv I'or Superintendent. tnat congress may legislate suiiauiy Deposits subNote Women wno nro legally Klectlon. Saturday. August t, 1917. tltion sustaining tho notion of the (Signed) qualified, are entitled to vote for for the protection of tho public, l'ur-- ! ject to check $135,600.42 RAYMOND POINCARK." Council If the one spoken of abov ' Wo are thermore, the reports ask that au-- I Time Deposits 99.300.45 234,850.87 School Superintendent In both .Pri- candldncy authorized to announco tho gori, the rounds. of S. V. LEACH ror tho mary nnd Final Klectlon thorlly bo given the Secretary of Ag . After tho Slackers. ; Republican nomination for Justice of Totnl OHIO COCNTY'S PART. ...$294,800.87 'n nrn nitllinrlTii1 Irt nmimmpn tlift in Pwice, Heaver Dam .Magisterial Chicago, April 10. Obstacles were riculture to establish market grades and clusses of farm products. to tlio Primary candidacy of l. S. HOWARD for the i'i it'ici. Subject State or Kentucky) It is no longer a night mure, but n placed In tlit way of tho paRepublican nomlnntlon for Suporin Kb 'lion, Saturday, August 4, 1917 The report suggests that the Sec- )Sct reality. W.ir Is here. No man rade to the marrlago llcenso bureau, tcudeut of Schools nf Ohio county County of Ohio, ) knows its length to lie, or the prob- whom since tho beginning of war rotary of Agriculture bo authorized We uro authorized to announco tho Ciihlo.! I., tlin r'rtnin n rlii.t .... Wo. J. W. Ford nndC. O. Hunter, saturdny, August 4, 1917. lems and hardships it will bring. W. with Germany tho number of dully to llcenso warehouses, packing plants eai'dldncy of .1. Y. HAGKR.MAN for are all agreed on this, victory must applications lias reached an unprece mills, cold storago plants and slmillur President and Cashier of tho above tlio Democratic nomination for Ju. Wo nro authorized to announce the tlco of tho Peace, Hartford SlnglHtor-ia- l rue dented tlgure. Observing that 1,116 concerns engaged In the distribution named Rank, do solemnly swear ultimately crown our efforts, District. Subject to tho Primnry thought or defeat mould only enter ,lf ,lu i --,0 Dicniits yesterday of farm products and that ho should that tho abovo statement is true to candidacy or SIRS. I. H. S1AKON ror Republican nomination tor Super- Klectlon, Snturdav. Aug. 4, 1917. there long wero of 1MHary age, County Clerk ,)0 empowered under direction of tho tho best of our knowledgo und ho- tho out minds .ami linger intendent or Schools of Ohio county enough to impress the realization sweltzor eliminated Subject to tho Primnry Klectlon, Sathis emergency President to operate any of theso ller. We aro authorized to nnnounco tlu urday, August 4. 1917. J. W. FORD President. that it is no Inby piny nnd that ov- - forco of tweny clerks, leaving tho husinesses in a manner slmillar as Is candidacy of .1. H. DANIKL for tho proceedings. dono In receivership Republican nomlnntlon for Justice O. O. HUNTER, Cashier. cry man and woman In theso good ;rnial forco or Tour. Wo aro authorized to nnnounco the of tho Peuce, Rartletta Magisterial Iw.m n. I.Ia t.l .,.,... cltlefl and oU,er communities, tho re- Subscribed and sworn to before iu 'imj tilu ciuius mm sua u, jjui iiai i in nlntt "Let 'em wnlt." said Mr. Sweltzer. candidacy or AARON T. ROSS ror District. Subject to tho Primary POH SUllOU, SnOUlU 00 OnCOUragCU lO mo this 12th day of April, 1917. In upholding tho flng that has Ion n nlnn t Tlw. cw.m.,1 M,clnl.1o tho Republican nomination tor Su- - Election. Saturdny, August 4, 1917. self-- J My Commission Expires February caused this- lajid to bo looked uoon Piacu recrultlni; oflicerH In tho build- - uecomo n a Breaker measure .;s tho freest on earth. lltb, 1918. young men in jSuPPng. Jngi whero dear-eye- d Vi of 1 per cent alcohol. The report .points out that tho fix- MARGARET MARKS, samples of beverages submitted by Kentucky has hor rart to perform uniform wero to ask each applicant Lexington, Ky April 4, 1917. you for analysis, and received on Notary Public. lnB u muxm,uul anu minunura pnccH in this war againHt imperialism; tno direct question: "Aro you going ot food need not ho undertaken nt Mr. C. E. Smith, Correct Attest: March 26, 1917, Ohio county must help. Wo hnvo (0 sidestep your duty?" Commonwealth's Attorney, this time, but advises tho creation J. C. THOMAS, . mado a good beginning by offering a. Dottle of Nutromal 0.27 alcohol of agencies which will euablo the Hartford, Ky., company of as flno men as ever left . ROWAN IIOLimOOK, by volume, Rrown bottle no lubel Slakes Perfect Starker. Dear Sir: Upon returning to Lex- 0.29 alcohol by volume Directors. lho borders of uny coimty. Moro j No matter how carefully worked a Government to take such a Btep If it Z ington, tho 1st of this month, I o such must follow. Mothers must garden mny be, crooked and unovenly j becomes necessary, Respectfully, j 'glvo up their eons as they haVo since spaced rows will offend the eyo. Par- - j Tho report also urges that as a ANALYSES SHOW NUTROSIAL found ix packngo that hud boon mull J. O. LallACH, economy tho nation make SIAKKRS INCONSISTENT cd by you, and received hero March tho beginning. No sou Is more to allol rows, perfectly straight, give a measure of Acting Henil of Department." 16th. This package contained ono air. A Rs diet as nearly vegetarian as pos- his mother than some other boy Is gardon a trig buslnosii-llk- o reports bottlo of nutromal, which has been Tho following chemists to tho worann whp gavo him birth, garden marker enn be mado, quite Bible, . HONOR ROLL. show Boino nutromal to contain moro analyzed for its alchollo Tho follow Iiik iiiinB men hate encontents One of tho horrors of war Is tho sac- - easily, but a lawn mower may bo nlcohol than othor, Owing to recent and found to bo as follows: ' Ol' CO II DIKS listed In Co 11 II. Is m"U: rlflco it brings, but when tho time used for,the sumo purpose and works IN NEW MEXICO prosecutions for tho salo of nutromal nctunlly comes for tho sacrifice it raoidlv and nerfoctly. Alcohol 4.4 by volume, llewey L. Alfonl, Roslno; Hubert in Ohio nnd adjoining counties tho K. .Mason, Hartford; Yours truly, ceases to' bo a sacrifice lint n duty, Strech ti lino across one end of tho Gcolliey llurn-aiOn the evening of April tho let. analyses aro of Interest. II. C. DARNEY, Haitfoi-d- ; and duty Is dono willingly. Motheni ' garden by which to lay off the first Attiice R. Tho nutromal sent to tho ExperiCciiUyUihii; AVilllam C. Knott, Ass't. Chomlst. inuBt willingly permit their bons, of row. Turn tho lawn mower com- - Cocil DoWeeso died of tuberculosis "Kentucky Agricultural Kxpcrl- military ago. to inarch to the front nletolv over, nlaco ono wheel on tho at tho Anderson Ranch near Hagcr- - ment Station by Commonwealth's Thomas Shirray Aladilo, and encourago them to make good, gardon lino and push It across tho' man, Now Mexico. Ho was tho only, Attorney C. E. Smith was confiscated ment Station, University of Kentucky, Cool Springs; William A. Ilenecr, Loxington, Ky., April C, 1917. soldlera. garden. CeutertoHii; Slyitlo Hurl, Simmons; Tho wheel tracks will bo'son ot Mr. Lafo DoWeeso of Shrovo, in McLean county while that sub- Ohio county's part In this conflict perfectly btralght and parallel. Any j Ohio Co. Ho was taken West by his raltted by Hciivrin & Mnrtln camo Messrs. Heavrln & Martin, Ode Wilson, Horse Rnuicli. does not end when her quota of men number of additional rows may bo parents three years ngo, In nn effort j fromTatcs' Restaurant In Hartford. Hartford, Ky., Of t total of about thirty p. linvo taken tho Hold. All hands must laid off In this maimer Farm nnd to Improve his health. Ho mado n Practically tho only difference In tho , Dear SlrB: The following is tho pllcant nlno havo fullejl to meet tho ut busy lis producing food, fuel and Fa rally. bravo und patient fight for his life, labels Is that Tatca' says "Less than report of this Department upou tho physical rtsjuireiuents. at Louisville. He terved four ycant as n member of Co. II and wan with the rank of sergeant. When I bo National Guard was called fur service ngitinst Mexico last Juno, he traveled two hundred miles to Ho had not stilll- oiftT his services. elently recovered to bo nvnllablo for Notice Announcements for conn perlntendont of Schools of Ohio conn, ed ,... ! lIc fr jr onc-thlr- I ' I"-- r . y ,,,,. -- "i '" ro j j v rr ... ' ! ! Ken-imky- ." 9- - j ! al ! ' cot-Th- u-- ratli-lerns- i i v ." A phy-slci- al I ' f or to-da- .... !..' one-fourt- ' ' ' """ !,...... ''- ... ' ' IH-lA- , y ' ' ' , t.i ,, ! ' , i ' I ' ' d, Con-teitow- n; -- J J ( i JHB V ,l"X -- 44 T?t.J3J.1&'r5r1?0--X7V3ElJ!Lm- nntl .l J lug-oj ! Top prices paid for Eggs Friday Saturday. 8. L. KING & CO. llnipihi in I'louf bargains Wo nro offering -- 1i Ssli5BS8 H Wtfk ' ;rT--f3 . tW MARCiUFTHnr ti. v r I' ......... yrcmien ypparei ion; a j I'i ui: ih'i Marquctto. Pop!h of line:, refinement of design, beauty o( fabric, nnclchaim of color combine to moke it a caimcnt of rate quality. iui' in tci'Hnt, Serges, Jciity Chi lit, Pfiire Tit Us, VWamc, m'i-.fy gncc Hartford, Ky. Mr. nniT'Mra. C. C. Wedding ru- Wednesday turned to Indianapolis afternoon after visiting tho family of k Judge It. It. Wedding a few days. It j Is Mr. Wedding's first trip homo In a several years. t t in Plows- prices. Plows at clos- - s. l. KINO & CO., J' w&m 3- - m & . ,i. i&m. to- h necaiiRo"Fomc"bf-tlip-"Ktar' s" pre-- $ fi itm i 2-A Cabttrd!nct, Chcrf.1 md Mixtures wrni:s jou lo jcut rvfty bt tale acj becoming ityle. Tl e rteJomiaViejc !, ik!i Afple C'crrt, A'vttaret, Burgundy, f,'oic tnd Luvcndcr. Cvdy tiiartiuctt r mil ii an cxcltni'ic rttidvl- - end rafny o! the fibre tic o i.: Golt!, sliaJti ere pttteli Champagne, t t fcrrcd menbleu to tlio foot lights and possible slngo fame tho entertain-- $ ment which was to hao been given ny lauies or tnc Methodist suminy School last night was postponed. HARNESS Everything necessary for fitting up your team for the plow Get- - our prices before or wagon. buying Humous. ACTON' HUOS., gggMggwi wt&tff&&mpwjtt . y&7Z&MrKffi?&rMjmhtLM iccrce tliat ve iRjn you m enry tchclicn. to icac make t you nro you ra fnahloiiatily AVonrlnff a Stanmi ttc Suit, M.ll-drcsse- that Complete Line of Waists : in Till) .Silk, Pongee, Ciepe do Chine, (V Crepe, ut pi ices ranging from SI to 0 : Millinery Department! Novor a day pa-es hut what wo aioreceiviiitr, T j r ' new goods in this dupaitmunt. Wc Can Dress You from hoiid" to foot at a moit reasonable, price. to our store will convincu vott of thu A visit above assertion . W K 1 N V ITK YOU. you send that order tost mail-oidltoube. 15o fair to your home merchant. Tlit-help you when help is needed. Also remember that it pays to trade with a house that Hives you money. before, er y Ponder Well 2kl&Go, Hartford Republican. KIUDAY rwcniy-oiio Hartford, Ky. April 21 and 23th havo been desigV nated a3 clean-u- p and palnt-u- p days for Hartford. Considerable interest J is being manifested in the movement, which Is a now thing for Hartford and It does seem that the filth ia In for It. IVnflicrv-Introducfine Kino feathers" Into your poultry flock by buying at least a setting of eggs 13, 1 Thompson, 1 fioin tho famous Hockstraln N. Y. Kinglet Harred from .1. C. Her, Hartford, Ky. ?2 per 15. f Mr. C.""fi7IIouanl returned from Detroit Monday where he ban been Mr. imploycd for a short time. Howard reports conditions In Detroit not the best at present on account of tho entrance of the United States into tho war. Mr. Will IJIuies arrived from Do trolt Monday to attend tho funeral of Mrs. Fronia Martin. Mr. IIIiucs, .who has been located in the Michigan methropolls only a row weens, lias ff r ilnnl.tnrl tiit. nrn iu iviimiii n.tvi mi m;iiz.i 1a vntnnln li f dltlons arc moro settled. Mr. J. II. Daniel, of near Wcster- field, places his announcement for thu Republican nomination for Magis- trate from tho Uartletts Magisterial Mr. District. No. S, iu this issue. Daniel is a good citizen, progressive, a staunch Republican and well qual-- j llled for membership In the l'iscal ilt2 i i K. IAUJj ARNOIJ), 1 .v- Song nvangellst, who is leading tho singing for tho revival now being held at tho First Christian church in Hartford. Tho high recommendations under which Itev. Arnold came hero havo proven merited and tho largo congregations attending tho services aro enjoying his talent. Evangelist K. L. Miloy, of Hopliinsvillc, opened tho revival Sunday morning and at onco becamo popular with his audience. Rev. Arnold arrived Tuesday and took charge of the singing, which is to be a featuro of tho sorvlccs. Rev. S. E. Harlan, pastor of tho church Is highly pleased with tho interest shown so far and is looking forward to a great revival. ' JJ Evening services begin promptly at 7 :1C o'clock. , ' ATBIL 13 ST. U It. B. TIME TABLE Iu, II. 113 due at Ellmltch 8:32 p. m. No. No. 110 duo at Ellmltch 7:ao a.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3M0 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton .. C:35 p.m. Lv. IrvluRton .. G:56 p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. Jo. Lv. Loulsvllla .. 8:3G a.m. Ar. Irvlngton ..10:00 a. m. Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. 1:04 p. m. Ar. BUmlfcli M., n. & E. It. R. TIMH TABLE. Bouth Bound, No. 116 .6:46 a. m. Duo at Hartford North Bound. No. 114 5:GG p m. 41(2 Due at Hartford (Doth "Aflxcd Tralfie.) OARDKN Ill ... wcro sum :" the Hartford depot for tho L. & N. excursion to louisviiio last saiuruay. Alva rctty, IjcK ana L,ewis Ronrth, left here tills morning for Akron, Ohio, whero they go fCwotk in Akron factories Miss Elcctra Carson has returned after a visit with friends In Louisville und her sister, Mrs. II. S. of Hazard. Planting tlmo is now nt hand. Wo havo a full lino of Looso Garden Seed puro uud clean. ILEU'S, Hartford. Cook Stovo? If so, you Need a know where to go to get It. Ask those who uso our atovos. xickuib San-derrt, ACTON TOOLS 11ROS., Hartford, Ky. Hoes, Rakes, Hue prices ACTON I1ROS., A.AA.AA.AAAAAAAAAAA V t V k V Mr. and Mrs. W. Owuiisboro Sunday, Mrs. Kills return- OOGial LiUBIltS. Z lag Wednesday. Tho Tornier will n X $ remain for a fow dajs In tho Inter- er was invented by II. D Estes a local lBl or C18 a nro. man, who told his interest in tho Ga- - SIMMO.NS HAS PATRIOTIC1 Thu editor of tho I.ultchllold wheel to tho company. Tho propeller FLAG RAISING CEitKMOM Soo Eck Rial for Garden Oreaklng 2Ctt0i Mr r IJt Vincent was In norl,ls nindu of bteel instead of brouz and 37tt ford for a fow hours last Friday. A and light hauling. may bo adjiibted to con- Flag tho flutes A largo attended Frost proof Cabbago Plants for Llnotypo macliluo has recently been rulblugm crowd yesterdu) a torin to tho power of tho engine Simmons uud one Installed In tho Gazotto plant. salo nt Iler's Grocery. Tl orciui-tests of the piopeller havo " of tho mo-i- t cnthuslsnsllo demonstr.i n W. It. Ferguson was adjudged proven that It will develop moro Follow Ohio county politics by tlons held In tho County Rluco tho person of unsound mind, or a luna- bpecd with less strain and less fuel subscribing for Tho Republican. crisis appeared was thu result. WanfenToTcontortown. tic, by a Jury In County Court on Dr W M. Speeches vvoro made by J. 11 limn tho one piece wheel. Ono or April Cth, and was committed to tho two boats on Rough river havo' dewas hero jeatonfay on business. Thomas, Narrows; Otto Martin, veloped nearly AIuui l tllu inB!"-i- i two miles moro Farming" Tools for sale! Soo W. A, I). Kirk and Ona Shults, of Ilurt- speed per hour than the bronz wheel. EGGS Friday and Saturday, 30c fnril. Tim Ktnrn urn! Rfrlnn nATJifR. Ohio County Bottling wn Capt. Oversreet, supervisor per dozen In trade; 2Sc cash cao . of Works. hotaua ,n front o tho Coa, c Green River locks for tho Governlnclui'cJ !7c In small lots; 30c peri slorc. Mrs. P. A. Rhoads has returned pound for butter. ment, hns ordered an Estes Propellor from an extended visit lu San and will givo it a thorough test. ILEn'S GROCERY. Nelson Takes Bankrupt Ijivv. Texas. J. A. Nelson, who has for moro Other .orders aro being received dally For SnleTSIuglo Comb White Mrs. RowanHolbrook and daught- Leghorn Eggs for Hatching 4 cents than a year operated a grocery IuMna "nQulries como from various er, MIbb Marlam Holbrook, wcro la each. Hartford, has taken tho bankrupt parts or tho united states and CanLouisville last week. MBS ROnEIlT B. LEB, Jaw. Ho operated under tho namo ada frequently, Offers aro alto being niado to buy tho patent rights Mrs. J. W' FoTdTwuTliaii been In 3$t4p. Olaton Ky., R. 1 of tho Uluo Front Grocery. company aro falling health for several months, - but tho Holbrook-Park- s Tho assets nro estimated at $750.Mr. R. 'T. VnilliiSr 'whoso p'ernia- was roported no better yesterday. 00, with liabilities of $1,000.00, Tho not nnxlous to sell us thoy soo a nent homo is in Hartford, was iu a , Mr. John T.Moore, of Ellaboth- rajjroa(j vreCk in Michigan recent-- 1 Refereo'a. notice appears elbewhero In bright future for tho propeller. town, visited his father and other ro- Jy Thoro wero no casualties and this Isauo. ;. BKNNETT WRITES Tuesday. latlvos hero Monday and M f.niiins csenned without iniurv.- I, -LHTTIB FROn FLORIDA Farm For Sale. Looso Garden 8ed ausoiutoiy MBS WllTyo sTiiTtirierTMonday for 160 aero farm i miles cast of A. puro and guaranteed iu every ro- - 0wcnB,,oro wi,ero Bl0 visited Mr3. Kfs iiniUHO, n.i Apr, 10, 1017. on tho border of tho oil ILEU'S, Hartford. spect. iTtc0 ijurnsw ,jny or tWo boforo con- - Hartford, Editor Hartford Republican, HartGood dwelling, bnru and othy and to- - tlnulng her Journey to Washington flelds. WIU pay for eggs Young ford, Ky.: If you will allow mo a er necessary outbuildings. "morrow, 29o In trado or 27c cash, whero cho will tako tho civil service orchard, strawberry bod i id other little space-- In jour valuable paper, I ACTON UUOS. examination. pleasing features. If I mM earn will give ou and tho rest of my Messrs. Edwanf'Duko" and Cecil y For Salo-- I haVo a Simmons Ico seat pike w.U bo near. friends a llttje sketch of whero wo Akron, Ohio, See, or wrlto Tlueloy & Baruutt, havo been and what we havo been bo had for a reasonable Kollx returned irom Uox that in price. H. E. MISCIIKB, Hartford. I Wednesday, whero they havo been Hartford, Ky., for further) particu- slnco wo left Hartford on tho 21st of November. Grocerlos," Quconswaro, Grutilto- - employed for u short tlmo. They lars. Wo arrived at St. Peterbburg at Llvo nnd lot gavo disturbed conditions lu Akron waro and Furniture war as their rcus- tuxes cuts and feliucb are eight o'clock p. m., on tho twenty-thirSlloshi on account of tho ACTON UUOS., llvo prices. Went to the Pousettl Hotel vauishlug. Hartford,. Ky. for returning at this time. I I Personal News Forks, Spades. right. 4lt2 X Full Hartford, Ky. H. Ellis' went to j anQ night's rest. We OHIO COUNTY MEN spent nearly half tho twenty-fourt- h looking for a location. Wo found TO THE GOVERNMENT plenty of rooms to rent but nono MAKE STOCK GAINS to rent by tho month. They all wanted to rent for the season of flvo or six months, hut in our rounds wo MANY FARMERS SURPASS THE a-MAY ACCrrT AND TBY OA.VIIXS found wo could go to the Gulf of Drs. Williard Iake, Simmons: K. MARK IN CAT- OUT ESTES ADJUSTABLE Mexico for fifty cents the round trip, ill. I'endleton and A. U. Ulley. Han- TLB FEEDING. I'BOPELLEB. ' so wo took tho car to Gulfport, a .owl, have been appointed as a MeJ-- j of ten miles. There wo took icil DcfrusQ Comniittco for Ohio ' n UUUi. fit Dnoc lfrwtll Td1(mi1 rrtt 1U1 UDUrjUll AOltlllllf n tltltttir c inily. Dr. Riley is clialunan. Dr. t II IJ Below you will find some lutcrest- Mr. Rowan Holbrook, president of minutes run across a beautiful lako ' n.,..,,!!,,.,,,,. SOc,eiarv anil Dr. l.r.t.tf Company, has in to the island which Is a narrow stripling figures of a few of our feeder Com- - tl!0 Holbrook-Park- s treasUcrer, Tho duties of tho ,Illtteo wlj j,0 t0 aBai8t in mlslng n tetter to faecretary or tho isavyor ian(i between tho gulf and tho during the past winter: United States ' iaitc. ye B,)ent 60mo tlme there oung meuicai men lor iuo army. i Daniels offered tho Mr. B. W. Bial fed 14 head that Govornment-lh- o use of the Estes Ad- - j walking on tho beach, watching tho Implenients- - Wo handle ' FarmiiiK mado him an average daily gain" of Propeller JU!stabl0 without any waves and picking up shells. We ino vjeieuraicu uican Chilled and 2.22 pounds, making him a net proIlluo Oird Plows, Corn Planters, charge until after tho war. Secre got back to our hotel in time to go fit on tho 14 head of $205.00, betary Daniels has ackuowleged re- to tho restaurant for supper. Next Disc Harrows, Cultivators, Mowing sides his hogs and manuro and inMachines, Hay Rakes nnd various ceipt of tho offer nnd has promised morning we took a boat for a two cluding tho hogs and manure oii a. hours' run across tho bay to Tampa, Wo also han- an investigation of tho wheel. other farming tools. company is a there wo spent about one hour and total profit of $604.17 for bis wintor Th- Holbrook-Park- s dle tho Weber Wagon. Plow time feeding. took tho cars for Klssimmee. This will boon bo here, bee our lino . Mr. Watt Taylor, of Matanzas, fed is a very nice place with forty-fiv- e buying. G head, making a dally gain ot 2.69 nunurcu mnauitanis. W. E. ELLIS & BRO.. pounds, making him a profit on tho We had a lively time hero last Hartford, Ky. 6 head of cattle with 5 hogs no fol week. Tho State encampment of tho Tho engagement ox Miss Marlam with them of $176.37 without tho G. A. R., tho Woman's Belief Corps o Holbrook nnd Mr. Henderson manure, of which there will bo a "." and tho G, A. R. women all met hero has been announced and tho for a two days' meeting. There was profit of at least $36.00, making wedding will bo solemnized at the the greatest display of partrlotism I him $210.00 profit. homo of the bride Thursday, April Mr. James Caldwell fed 16 head havo seen for a long time. Wo had a 21!. Miss Holbrook Is on of Hartband of old men .from St. Cloud that that mado him a daily gain of 2. 05 ford's most charming and talented gavo us music like they did in the pounds, making a net profit of $280.-9oung Indies und the announcement nnd with his hogs that wero fed sixties. of her approaching marriage has atWell, I guess I had better quit as with them and tho manuro addod tracted wide Interot. Slio is tho thl3 feeblp effort at newspaper writ gives him a total profit of $493.46. daughter of Mr. und.Mrs. Rowan HolMr. Rowan Holbrook fed 22 head brook. Mr. Murphree, who is iu liu Hartford firm and Is composed of ing will get too long. However, I making a dally gain of 2.75 pounds, will say wo aro having flno weather j tobacco husincb.s, came to Hartford Rowan Holbrook, H T. Holbiook o vegetables but lias ,10t gotten hia profits figured hero now, and plenty last fall and represents tho and W. II. Parks. Tho Estes Propell- of all kinds. Hoping to seo this In ou' company here. OFFERS BOAT WHEEL and got a good rOUND-A-DA- Y dis-tan- &h X I. 11 t - be-fo- ro J Mur-phre- JBkly -- -- 6, J Ross-Vaugh- , j h Au-lonl- o, '- -- to-da- inter-count- d. jlt Mr. Nat LIudlcy fed 16 head and your paper nnd wishing you success, made an nvorago dally gain of 2.11 I am very respectfully, pounds and did not get his profits W. G. DENNETT. figuied out. REMAINS OF JIBS. MARTIN Messrs. Dlack & Barrass fed 28 DROUGHT TO HER OLD HOME head and mado an avorago daily gain of 2.21 pounds but did not havo their Tho remains of Mrs. Fronia Mar- profits figured out at tlmo of going to tin, formerly of Hartford, who died press. in Louisville, arrived hero Monday Thcso catlo wero all fed a balancand wero burled In Oakwood Monday ed ration and all mndo splendid afternoon. Death was duo to tuber- gains, and especially so when you culosis. Funeral services wcro con- tako into consideration tho severe A wintor thoy had to fcod thru. It it ducted by Rev. R. D. Bennett. brother, Joo Davis, ot Owensboro, a good feeding to mako an average dalson Cecil nnd daughter, Ethel, of ly gain of 2 pounds, but all of theso Louisville, acompuniod tho body to beat this and mado money this year. Hartford. Their feed consisting ot corn, pea Mrs. Martin was tho wlfo of Henry and soy bean hay, Timothy hay, siMartin who died In Owensboro sever- lage and cottonseed meal. al years ago . ' , Sharpen Kvcrj tliintf But jour Wits. "CliEAN-Ul1- " PROCLAMATION, j Plow points ground on short notice by power driven toolB. All kinds ot woodworking and blacksmlthiug If "clenulluebs is uext to GodU-nossdone to your satisfaction.. Sorvlco anil no ono hardly dispute It, unexcelled. then we vvunt to bliovv our vlsltlaK . GILLESPIE BROS., friends and neighbor that we Hartford, Ky. 38tf IMiir right by cleaning up our janlH, back lota, etc., ami an KENTUCKY BUBAL CREDITS ASSOCIATION Is alvvayu a designated tliflo set' (LtjHf I as Mayor as dcaii-u- p All members of tho Association iu ilty of JLuiford, do hereby Ohio county aro called to meet at und lUidgnato April 24 and JH, und palnt-u- p tho court houso in Hartford, Satur- us clean-u- p little city. It is hoped day, April 21, 1917, at ono o'colck. body will do their part ton Importanfliusiness. lug up tho town. (Signed) S. T. HARNETT, J. O. II AL. SHEFFIELD. 4lt2 f ," t WttS HVi'"'"ri'T"""MWrTTKWTTi-TnTT?r- .. ' - i. V fc' - t if 4- - A known as a blood tcrcd with mud from tho building &jLUiWn very in this respect, sonio cavatlona across tho street. In It's .fv ' n. streak 6f blood. hwJJ n crumbled and rjreasv All fist ho showing only imTFR nvvv, l litP vliivrM" ks should bo rempved at muss of rontons, which ho shoved over tho counter. the 'irrt wl Tllo eggs containing Tho fcnmlo clerk was a kuiii cliow-wc- ll iKnir. :uflg embryos arc dark and lind . i .. . these licttcr prices tho farmers ihc,i up oti th fourtoentli day, cr. Moro than that, e!io was painted j rw ifiin..tiik TirVntiuou. iiuusr ifs- moro money with which to Improve ami show t clear, sharp, distinct lino nndpowdcrod until her fpntures re- of tho worst swcct-polnt- o Some iivn rrnni one season to the 'their business. In this connection It or i'phi.ii i .'Mn between the air coll somblcd tho aide of n nowly painted during tho barn 1U tf,c rowlug embryo, whllo dead In tho soil and on tho old decay- - Is noteworthy that no.t "Whaddy ya wan?" sho chewed, only partial dovclop- a previous period covered by tho artlclo men-- 1 ' rm, K cd potatoes bedded for of sIIod in tho on( la pk. clear, distinct out- - eyeing tho Italian closely from under cron nccordliiB to tho specialities of tloned, tho number " her penciled eyebrows. utio. tho United States Department or, as-- i cihuiuuhu? "Oiitimo da blga flag," ho whispercity wtitre coed licttli For that reason n is es n. In '110111111". points out tbound, tin Towhaun belli Uie ed. jftafeiy. untlal that fresh soli or sand bo used j In conclusion, tho artlclo gain from Int. It was tho most natural tiling In everv year. Under no circumstances that, whllo tho financial Rur .ip..rlj three jrmrs I havp dono It It fiitt In the hurti ot lu countrymen. 'coll for tho hotbed from fields the work Is tho easiest to measure, my bvHi t'i warn you to preparo for tho world for tho fcnmlo clerk to uso by no means tho only, or where sweet potatoes previously Iirvh it was the present tfrnerfonoy. For yearn band lam a cheap Italian Hag. Tho Instead bo Into tho en tho most Important, part of tho crown. luviv tried to encourage dlvcrsl- - man touched It dovotcdly with his experiment voodfi, it possible, and throw off C total results from this uun i tho South as a bonis for soiled llngcrn. A faraway look encommunity development In both agricultural and tered his oyes. "No ills a one. I wan' ..(,.. ., Indies of tho surfaco and tako sub- In :izv4,ii,ri as iiiR. Tho improvement In tho social economic. soil. Sand will do Just t-- . Since the war began In do Unlta State flag." New Bedford i j .' coildi-tli- o Standard. soil cannot lie obtained from conditions and in tho living If well ir te havt urgtd safe farming. lo not to be woods, It may bo taken from a tfons In tho farmhouses wore low you did well very difficult WIiom prides Tho Irony Of I'nto. field where sweet potatoes have Ignored, although It is now .' n.ut Tde Toliatan i. tcfincJ, roat process. When to measure it. was eating his Now As r! restful lit fxc.N ho not been grown before. wfr'tion VMJ to eighteen rents and Irnt locatinn on rnnjlvanii, Avenue, IStli a"! it Mreet Is essential also that tho frame- ; proms uocauso Year's dinner. Mr. John N. Iloach, It vcv vi i.,: ' iar make it a ileirahlc liwJquu vork of the hotbed bo dlsntccted by J'rovldo Good Air 1'or Hutching The of your proerww in safe farming.buti Sr- - ' 1'otifjlilf.eopslo, N. Y., struck ter for rlJ- -l touruj Chirks, I itlin, coiivinllam, bcliuli anil citraying with a solution' made by u go back to something hard with his teeth. It soma were lollrge. When an Incubator is operated in cott i. r. ..ranion with many oth- - w- 8 ot 1,0' s nliB't bo expected, adding 1 pint of formalin to 30 gal- -' Tin Penlie'an altrrM the nee.. ile of rulimc ami t'iueation. Ions of water. Sliniliar results may a dry room, thoroughly sprinkle the er men. I hdT tried to warn you of "l a Parl a real pearl of coninicr- lt pron.r.nly lo Su'e, Jf an.t the eggs on tho tenth, fourteenth an.i . bo obtained by whitewashing i:.iu)ii has not been cM value. Ho learned from experts I,'av Uctwr'.meril-- , alio to man? i, poinu ot IiH'oncaT tntereit, Ucttcr still, spray with eighteenth days with water warm to tiiarri Jut Vu..rnly increased In sonic- - "M1 ,llu Elono wn3 worl11 $1,000. Ho framework. t" makes this lotcl eipwlAi' u aa a Present to his daughter. sola- - tho hand, by removing the tray part-tlo- n. wh. t ""' tractnc to a OiKtiimitinj pubwinter strength lus v oportion ihii food and lic. ly and scattering the water with a Cl Thcro Is tho story of a man In lower The rontutan offers rooms ! oystcr- n professional with (ietiehed btth at Sl.tO. In tho spring beroro being bedded whisk broom. Open the ventilators Now tk crisis is here! Tula great Niw Yorlt e (i.Cfi n J up Ilooras vrfth by while tho chicks arc hatching. Tho the potatoes should bo disinfected . . .rojso herself for a opener, who watched every shell ho ilM ,.i, bslli, JJ SO, SJ.03 and up. bojM-- t mii'i rup. Immersing for from G to 10 minute.' egg chamber must bo filled with mightv struggle for liberty. People opened for forty years for a pearl V7itc for In a solution of corroslvo sublimate, iroist air whon tho chicks arc pipping M.L.ut o,... and armies without ra- -' that would mako him rich, and nov- r wado by dissolving 1 ounce of tho ilia shells, otherwise tho sholl mem- tlons are conquered before they can cr found ono. And hero Is a man I crystals in S gallons of water. This branes becomo dry and tough, makegip to f.Rl.i. Our greyest bafety not hunting Jewels who finds one in Uso with great ing It Impossible for tho chicks to now lies in food production and in hh dinnor. Christian Herald. Is a deadly poison. rare. Treated seed should not bo i,et out. 1'uro air is also nccossar. saving the waste products. left whero animals can reach It. Only at this critical "time. Both condiIf tho South is to be strong sho wooden containers should bo used tions can bo secured simultaneous- must have food. If this country is After disinfection ly. for disinfection. to be strong she imitt bo well fed tho potatoes should be Immediately iT'l have an a'tuml.iii e to sustain rinsed in pure water and dried or Ifoiv to Havo Womo Grown Succt thoso friendly people who aro eren 1 bedded at once. u'iT-Corn. n our LattUs for liberty Oscri Years -Just enough of the solution should u. I'., April Washington, and democracy. i bo put in tho barrel to cover tlwj Sweet corn should always bo found Trai'sportuUon- - may ho disturbed m t quanlty of potatoes to bo Immersed in the home garden when space al- Your own defense requires you to j V' each time. The solution should not lows, since Jt loses quality very raproJuce and conserve your food supbo used moro than three times, since idly alter being picked. ' Its sugar ply. Don't fall now! It Is a It loses strength and effectiveness changes 'into btarch, so that in have problem of defense as importupon repeated use. it at its best it should be on tin: fire ant as men and guns, ships and cjii- After tho potatoes are disinfected, within .fifteen minutes after bela? UOll. any Showing evidence of disease, pulled from the stalk. Thos? who Business men, If seed is short caneither, on the surface or at the eml, wish to havo homo-grow- n sweet orn vass the situation liko patriots nud should bo thrown out. Frequently will ml tho following advice from get tho seed for farmers. The Woman's Tonic Arrange GUARANTEED SERVICE It Is In these bruised, calloused, and tho V. 3. Department of Agriculture credits. Furnish farmers seed Ono hundred per cent decayed spots that the disease germs useful: cowpcas, velvet m corn, soy beans, value. Special work for W. Sold Everywhero aro concealed. It should be remem- etc., at Corn does best in a fcrtilo soi', but leans, peanuts, sorghum, O. W. bered that tho disinfection is to kill Is able lo adapt Itself to all textures cost. See that all things necessary W. F. STEVENS, m the germs loose on tho surface of tho from sand to clay. To grow it in in help farmers are done. Of course, PVft? R. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. potato and that the treatment dne3 quantities for the average fam- vvomust produco cotton, but with a Representing Continental not kill tho germs concealed in tho ily requires moro space, however, moderate acreage and a good season Marblo & Granite Co. decayed, bruised, and calloused spots than for most garden vegetables. It thcro will be enough. Do not c on the surface and at the end. acres of food to increase your should not be planted until after danger of frost Is past. icrrago in cotton. Look ahead! Get 1 During the last decade three states Tlie rows should be spaced not ilio warehouses, tho feed mills, shoil- California, Colorado, and Michig- - closer than three feet apart, and for its. cleaning stations, creameries, I WW wwtwpj IIIVMU i an contained three-fourtof tho the larger-growin- g Yoiiim late varieties the uaukiui; nlants. etc.. ready. " Fifty-fiv- e area under sugar beets In this coun- distauco had best bo three and one-ha- lf must do your hliaro and typewriters. Les s try and produced of the They must do their sons explained by Moving Pic feet. Stalks should bo thinned to with farmers. "" beets and sugar. ture machine. Seven big Destand from fifteen to eighteen Inches share and tend tho crops faithful- In the row. In planting, tho seed is partments Shorthand, BookFOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Home-grow- n Farmers, In your Unions, clubs and keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, apples, popcorn, and covered with one or two Inches of Dissolved In water for douches stopr Music, Primary Normal. Exnuts aro much enjoyed at this time soil. Cultivation must bo thorough, other organizations, resolve to lis. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamthe best methods now. When the pert teachers. Modern equipmation. Recommended by Lydia E. of the year. Few farms in Kentucky frequent, and shallow. Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years. It is possible to uso the ground oc- - Nation faces a crisis we must have ment. Position need to bo without any of these it a assured. A healing wonder for ruual catarrh, llttlo attention is given to starting cupied by early corn for a fall plant- - tho host farming in its history. La Write for catalogue. sore throat and sore eyes. Economical. ing of such crops a3 spinach, turnips, bor is bhort, hence tho!iest tools and i f them. ri4i eitraefdinary cfauat ssd cennicfcUl rwrr, - r.w.w. jvz. u IniBuU. or pottpttj by how- - an lauur-siiviu- i; uu V and kalo. Large, late varieties, ueviuus iiiuai. VroaJ. ThPllanTcilflComrHT. Dloo. Mi Daviess Co. Bus, College ever, will occupy the ground for prac- used to make it possiblo for every .11 Community Dairying. 'J larni lauurer 10 covur as iuucii Incorporated What can bo accomplished in dairy tically the wholo season. For early use the yellow sweet ground as possiblo and do tho most 1 OWENSBORO, KY. districts by community action is inOVER OG YCARS' women ana i dicated in an artlclo In the 191G corns havo recently becomo quite cmcient worK. "sIbbbHKiiCX PCRICNCC Of these the Golden Ban- girls have important work to do in Yearbook of tho United States De- popular. n variety. Early tho garden, tho orchard, hi raising partment of Agriculture. In this tam Is a Minnesota has long been a favorite. poultry, and especially in canning, , article tho results of five years' work in an Iowa community aro discussed White Mexican is a valuable early preserving and conserving our food is a very supply. In detail. During tho period, it is corn. Early Malakohf j lour county Agent ami nome Tradc Marks bald, tiio net prolits to the patrons of early sort of excellent quality, which npir.MR u small crcanii-rwere Increased does better In the North than In tho Demonstration Agent becomo more CoPYniGHTS Ac. 'vr" ever Anyone rrni'liufnuhrtflini dileacrlpllnuntiiT from $2,000 m IBU to Sti.(H3 f middle states,, however. Early Adams Important officers now than qnlcUr iii ri ire') winner an r' Your State Extension Divis( TtminnliM. ft variety frequently grown for lUTr 1915. For period the I'OllS College In -l'll'Rptlt1 t It r ' 'total net profits were Increased $32,-- 1 tnurket. and Its 'virtues aro rather ion at the Agricultural r Uiulre his new burden of extra work. The i r tho market, but If used dur-,t- o 'lGO. Against "this increase there is tIl0SC (f bo chnrd only the salary and ex, lnK tho yery short period when its County Agent will, without doubt, flavor iavo new duties and responsibilities penies ?f tl'.O Government Meld man, Qualities aro at their but, Its n the nr-ifuture t'ARM LAKDS and City Residences amounting to $11,100. As a result, '3 sood. For mldseason and late use. Tarmor3 and business men, save 1'ottora. Excelsior, Country 'are now selling at a low cost, therefore, of tho dovelopemejit of tho Mexican, and the breeding stock-- Don't sell cows, Mack Gentlemen, . but don't expect It to bo bo alwork tho community received in tho heifers, innros, bows, gilts, owes or ways. If you over expect to own courbo of flvo years $20,973 moro SIowoIb Evergreen aro bultablo. u ls Possible to havo a fairly long hens. Keep tlioiu for breeding. If your farm or your homo now Is than It othewiso would have done. tho breeding stock Is sold whero will the tlmo to buy. These increahod profits wero ob- - scjsoii of usuablo corn if threo you get tho means to supply tho meat Cros-abl- e by tho elimination of unproflt- - rictles, such as Golden Bantam. in WD HAVE several farms listed Gentleman nie of this country? '. ana Country cows, tho Introduction of better Let us forget all past difficulties Ohio county and they can be clmulatancously in early - Planted bulls, moro Improved feeding motheffort to feed countln-duct- s and join In n mighty had for reasonable prices and ods. and placing on the market pro- - "Pring. To mako tho season tho South. What can you do in tho liberal terms. If wo do not however, it will bo grow- - ""3 untu tr0 of better quality. Tho , have tho particular farm you necessary to plant some variety nt next sixty daya? inc of such feeds as clover, alfalfa, Hespectfully yours, wo will make efforts to get McCALL PATTERNS Intorvals of two or threo weeks up to ami bllago corn reduced tho cost of Celebrated lor ttjrle, pertect CI, llmpllclty an BRADFORD KNAPP, Chief. It for you. reliability rearljr 49 yean. Sold in ncarlj July. Crosby Is a very good rolllc production, and tho herds re- last of every city and lawn in the United btitet an( variety for this purpose. CanaJl, or by mall direct. Moro told that ceived moro adequato shelter.aad a any other make. Send tor ires cautacut IP YOU want to move to Hartford better water supply In tho winter, where our children will havo tho IffctcCAIX'S MAGAZINE any cttiei (aihloa I . More tubtcriliers than Testing Erks for thus being enabled to glvo satisfacadvantago of a good high school inunin. f nT&iutuir. ui tory yields of milk through a larger An egg, whether Impregnated or ctt tljles, paltcrpi, drettmakini:, millinery, For Infants and Children notify us. We have houses and plain icwlnp, fancy nccdlcwoik.halrdiculng, not, has a small grayish spot on the portion of tho year. ctiquclle, puod itorio, etc. cents lots for sale and believe you can i year (worth double), includingOnly W pattern,a Years a tree Progress In theso directions Is to surfaco of tho yolk, kuown as the In Use For Over bubscribo today, or tend (or sampla copy. select ono from our list to your Always bcais ho attributed chiefly to tho Influonce "germinal spot." As soon' as a ferWONDERFUL INOUCEMENtS liking. the I toAjtnti. I'oital brings premium cstalojrut of tho Held man among tho farmers. tile egg Is placed under a hen, or Signature of tndncwcaih pritaoflera. Address It was- - under his direction that tho hi nn Incubator, dcvolopemcnt begins WE HAVE a comfortable home In Ot McCAU CO. El Is Its W. Hlfc St. NIW 10U farmers began to give serious at- All eggs bhould be tested at least Hartford, modern Improvements Tho Flag He Wantetl. iidOKXStUBi tention to the problem of feeding for twlco during tho period of Incubaand a good garden In cultivaHow many times tho Ignorant forlarger and economical milk produc- - tion, preferably on tho Eoventh and tion for sale or rent. PMce tion. Ho also Introduced tho prac- - fourteen days, und tho lnfcrtllo eggs eigners In this country havo taught rents for 1 10 a month. W.hlto us the lesson of patriotism! In Kaw tlco of keeping production records' and dead germs removed. for each cow and of climating all eggs can'bo tested on tho fourth.or York there is a storo whero ono cau animals that reacted to the tubercu- - fifth day, whllo tho dovelopomcnt in trade cigaid'.tu coupons for premiums Call on or address lln test, Tho expenso of raising eggs having brown shells often enn Tho storo is filled with glass cavi, In which there nro silver coffco urm, calves was reduced by shifting them not bo seen by tho uso of an fails. BARNETT ! Succeed when everything elsefemnlA In nprvAua nrnstrallnn find from wholo milk to skim uary egg tester until tho seventh day gonuln'i rhliiaware, collar buttrirj, TINSLEY f weaknesse they aro the supremo milk. Tho milking was dono under Dead germs soon decay and glvo off fish polo. etc. remedy, at thousands have testified. Red Estuto Agents, und A swarthy Italian entered moro sanitary conditions and the a bad odor If allowed to remain FOR KIDNiEY, LIVER AND 1 in ! and cream treated with greater dor tho lien. lnfcrtllo eggs mako UiuiTIod up to tho counter. Kentucky. STOMACH TROUBLE care. In this way tho quality of the' good blood settles away from tho looked ax if il had never felt a "joui'i it is tho be6t nicdklns ever osld Republican Offlco. butter was .lmprovud and tie :Qter embryotoward tho edges of tho yolk,' Ills haru'g nnd faco wero covured over a dtuggis's counttr. j WBT1 Doth 1'houes. product brought bettor prices. With forming In some cases an Irregular with dirt and nls clothes were pins Farm Department ' circlo of lil''i. g. JTefis hnlf-tlmld- ly IP Mm It i-- 'ATMW Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. practice his profession in Ihlj and adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminal Practice n Bpoctnlty. Will t j.1... IfASHIflf. ' i"" m 0.E.TAYL0R.C.E. Beavor Dam, Ky. 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'""VM"3?" wiu nnu lounB-- lu tliouafindaitt ltlitUuUTOrltoMigailnn jwraw fciiruuunoDi mi, wmim. uur t orniirn (urrmiwmluuu vrntch " lor tUui,s new vreranatantlr on tli It Is una luwrntlna t,nd lta-tllity- CASTOR A AiAGAZINB L 30 G&ffi&&&x Written So You Can Undarstanrf It! ordl-earll- cr ft Electric Bitters Ifloarji.li OntUI.. KnglnM, llouti, Hu troUlou forttta Umbwie.Uaurwr und HHitliinui sihqi rnpirs , .. SI.SO rCR YEAH OrUr tri mH MniuU, -i Ik. (aWUIwcJ j,., -miii. cvpy Mia urn SMS m r.qunl POPULAR MECHANICS MAafcZINE CHICAQQ f"M"iwi4iNuiiiiroiwpnDrxnDgNir nujjlur u .uiui:. anwiia .h.h Machaaits 117 iUur I'wl for tho lima anil Ulrlawholiikotomiiknthlniii.iiilUuaKtoDiikeMlru, -- t?u .7 ipn7,,v? swawwlKwiil (20 l'aum) 1HO J1UUIU, mula UM) Imi una t N. Mlkl.n Anu, uu-mi- lk 1 Hartford, Flosmb viui.uuv.ra Duck ,,. tnilnitiif tlitttl,uilnohHmMil.1'l.jm S,.?.t.B.T?.,.t.'l"ll,0"flor hj tmll7 WiitoVtlaS rUACTIUI. BUSIAISS (.OUJiGK uucAa, Mjr x -- X. -- ""gstefjlffl.1 iiJnlii.iiJCLi 1 .. ui. s,,,.,. . ajgpsasaKa 2 -- - !- -. Wagons! Wagons! "Wagons! Boforo you buy you should oxamino our hand niado farm wagons. Thoy run lighter, aro made of X tho vory host matorial and last far longor than any 'machine iHiitlo wagon you can buy no matter what Airman's Sensation in Battle On The Western Fn 17-ln- t 'j price you pay. Wo also do all kinds of Blacksmithing and Uo- pairing, OApocially tho hard jobs tho other fellow can't do. Wo also nialco a specialty of Ilorsoshouing and earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. t t f ! J Respectfully yours, I ! A. B. Row 6c Son Centertown, e Thirty-fiv; years experience in the shop. 'y Hl-JH- IK A fiOOII PLACE TO HTOP FOK LITTLE MONEV Louisville Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th &. 7th The Only Hotel in loiilnllle Operated on the Hotel, Eiii-ixnm- 4 i American und AMIttllCA.V PLAN (With Meals) lloonix without llutli liut ultli Hut single, 2.00 per 75 Hoouih 2.50 per sitiBlp, 00 llooinH CO Front Hooma.ijluglo, 3.00 per Ilooins w I Hi Pihnte Until : slnRle, 3.00 per 60 lloomn DO Uooinv 3.50 per sliiKle. I'luns. mid Cold Illuming Water. da; day; day; day; dny; 2 2 2 2 2 people, $2.00 each people, 2.25 each people, 2.50 each pcoplo, people, 2.76 each 3.00 bach "Tho most striking thing to mo i mans hnvo used their guns about being undor gun flro In an' for the intermittent bombardment of ncroplano Is the unreality of it," said Dunkirk, and other points 15 or 20 a British aviator who has been flying miles behind the lines, right down In Klardcrs ttneo the outbreak of tho to the present time. Well, I wa3 at war "The roar of your own ciiglnoin nltltudo of about 0,000 feet ono drowns tin- - found of. tho guns on tho day, and climbing higher at an easy earth, and even tho detonations of , angle, when ono of theso big fellows, tho shells v.iueh do not burst very ' almost at the end of its long flight, close nt hand are rarely heard, camo plowing along in tho onnoslto Fhrapr.ul bullets fly In a broad cono direction. First a dark Httlo blur xtralghl aheao that Is, In tho same appeared In tho air ahead, nnd at direction n.s that In which tho shell an angle or about 35 degrees a llttlo Itself Is moving so that practically steeper than tho one at which I was only rhcll that ever does any climbing abovo mo. At first it , tin harm to you Is the one which bursts seemed to be coming right at mo, jdliectly beneath jour machine, and and I swerved to tho loft In an In-- 1 which, therefore, you do not sco ex- - utinctlvo effort to dodgo tho thrcat-'jiltiilTho llttlo puff balls of timoko oned blow. Then a sort of droning which bloifsoiii out around you are hum beenmc nudlblo, even abovo "tho perfectly harmless. At tho worst a roar of my engine, and this sound fow of their spent bullets may back Increased during tho two or thrco upon you, sometimes so gently that setonds that clap3cd before the big you can see, and even reach a hand missile camo even with and twept and catch them. A shell bursting by mo. It was probably. several hun-cve- n immediately over you is not drcd yards away, at Its nearest, but dangerous In itself, but rather ouiln- - the distance seemed less, "A few faint stirrings of air otis as Indicating tho fact that tho( hnvo you well ranged. Tho can to rock mv machine oven linfnru g might tho shell went by, but the full force back kick from tho stutl you If It hit you on the hcad.'of tho 'air wash' was not felt for a ' but tint chance of that Is almost fraction of a second-late- r. Then an , negligible. j almost solid wall of air nearly throw i "Ordinary heavy artillery is rarely mo on my 'beam ends,' and I wna used ngtiliibl air craft, but occasion - really hard put to get tho reeling ally olio's work takes him Into an air machine back on an 'even keel.' For zone In which some of the big shells the next mile or two the air was like' This Is ono or tho the water in the wako of a big side- -' are traveling. most remarkable experiences that ' wheeler all chopped to pieces and , can fall to tho lot of an airman; In the machine rocked like a springiest; fnct. the weirdest Rcnsatloim of mv tnntnr lnrrvr trnliirr nvnr nnl.l,l..u Tlw. "" " wholo flying experience aro connected air was disturbed for some seconds ' with tho occasion on which I blunder- - after a big roar astern told mo the ed Into the road of a passing '4 2. '42 had come to earth." Popular "As you doubtless know, the Ger- - Mechanics. e. shell-casin--- want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have received from the use of Thcdford's writes Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, of Clifton Mills. Kv. It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe JT JE saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on lier; but one good dose of Thcdford's made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draugh- t," 1 Girl's life Black-Draught j. uiack-uraug- nt Si in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizziness, malaria, chills and fever, bilioasness, similar ailments, Thcdford's has proved itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try It is a medicine of known merit. Seventy-fiv- o years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. ack - Drau Black-Draught 1 m ? andll Black-Draug- ht. i ifeifl4ft$9444i4444t!r,$44B!filltf ''B'W''"',''''''"'IMII,W fjes? .... --a I XEL'TKAL COUXTKIKS HKAPIXO IHfJ WAU PKOFITS CKKWS Hit AW HIGH PAY AXI) HOXCSES :&&.mer StfifflKr full of life and action, filled with the nreofm Insoiratlon and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, v.'ill 1 nuke asaaKieiaiEgEH&ffiHZEsaBmEisiBEiiiHai fil $ m m 3 Perlln, April 7. The enormous (via London) Amsterdam. April war profits made by some of the nou- Tho frontier correspondent of the 75 tral countries are illustrated by tlu Telegraaf suggests that tho Hliigle, 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each in c 60 KooniB Dagbald In an article on ness shown by German submarines 1.60 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each CO Front lloomn. single. tbo general prosperity of Norway. is due to tho big financial rewards Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys Page, ItooutN ultli Private Hath: wealth offered the crews by the German Gov- The Norwegian national Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of single. 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each 50 Rooms dtiriis the last ear Increased morn eminent. Tho men who man the Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each 60 Itooms than H00, 000,000. but that Is only submarines get 10 per cent higher minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone u tinall raft of the Hood of gold, pay than those of any other branch in the home. 1 here is no age THE 0LB INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. vhich has been p'ltiring into tin of tho national scrvico and receive limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free European Plan Only. ccuntrj. According to official reports in addition substantial bonuses. Flf-- t Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION per cent of tho nljio of a captlii tavihlo real and personal Itooms Without Until. $1.00 and up; Koom.s With Private Itntli, $1.50 let us lend you Throe Cuircnt luuu FREE. Indote thu Coupon with your 52 Times a Year .rly in the cities increased J310, tured ship is distributed among her and up Host Eating Plnco in Town. request. Christian!., today has 16 f captors, 5 per cent to tho commander 000,040 not 12. The Loulsvlllo Hotel and the Old Inn are located in tho wholesale Those who subscribe now, sending $2 in w millionaires who were poor men of tho submarine, 5 to the chief enwalk to the retail district nnd theaters. for the G2 issues of THE COMPANION district and only a More good reading than you will two o.rs ago. gineer, lo to tho remaining olllcers for 1915, will receive The Companion get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND Ol.U I XX COMPANY, Props. The average dividends of the Nolr- - and 2o to tho crew. Percentages for V magazines. steamship companies, In spTteVoipedoed .hips aro based on the in I'wugiail " SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE of their heavy losses In Ships.iu 191fi fiurance value of the vessel. In these THE HAUTFOKI) ltEl'UHMCAN AXI) YOUTH'S COMl'AXION, BOTH aicoui.teil to 4."i pi'i cent, those of tho cases tho submarine commander gets OXi; YKAIt FOK OXIiV Sii.75. whaling compant j to 4(1 and tho"0 1 per cent, the chief engineer 1, the 3 fishing cn.t panics to 37. Five' remaining olllcers 4, and tho crew 10, i of th" . hundred con- - There are alo extra rewards for spelarge n.atiufucturing THE with a couihined capital ot cial exploits. SEWINC Sih 000 000 wero able to pay ?1C0. MACtttNK, . THOSK IMIITV I1AXDS. OF e m ' OOOOtu in dividends to thoir stcot- hul'tort In a Vlin;io year, QUALITY. E8 i . Ei A'n.os4 as lurr; as the profits i.f The hand that's clean is the hand I Xorvn are tixse of Oenmari; i iu mean ifoll'ititl sVodeti a So prollted NOT To cultivate with ardor; by the ..r. lit 'lot nearly as mi.iU For tho dirty paw is tho one I saw SOLD Will help parents dovelup their soils into ,i ilia two other i'caudiuaian co i.-t- Today to invade my larder. UNDER ANY I ho tho befit typo of citizens and Uh'risti.Hi iil, i outral country tbit m OTHER lost moi" mid i." buffering gronriy .With ono good look at that careless gontlenien. Its pntiontigo is widely scatNAME. Itooinw reckles-s-Stoekhol- KUllOI'KA.V riiAX (Without Meals) nltliotit Until 1IC ultli Hot mid Cold Huntilug Water. sIiibIo, H.00 per day; 2 people, $0.75 each itooms "ffieYOUTH'S companion 1915 Better Than Ever ij Vanderbllt Training School for Boys Get on the Firing Line ELKTON, KY. 'jj NEW la.-fi- e 1 -- HOME rfe Quality Coruldcrei it Is m m m m m tered nnd conies from the be&l homes in tho South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should bo made early. Place your son in this select gioup 'of boys. Write fcwl7flani! Ira S E3 MATHENEY & BATTS ssaaHsasHsasHEaiiwsEaiHHiiaasaEEH r lr catnlosuo j,t'- - and information. Box A. -T8yvJy?aggsa?tr'ej"'T .iiii:i l i i li - ,j'v'1''CLJ - '''t'J - Mmmm iiH ' WSfOf'3 rr 3. and with lucomcs colds and the re- -' For his filthy hands unnerved me. vlval of winter coughs and hoarseness, lir. will es head off a Hell's cold or stop the old The waitirss, too, who had brought now tho stow, tone, tho soothing balsams roliec thu Conspired to spoil my ration; PS 'soro and heal tho Irritated tis- "With towel soiled my plate sho 'moil(3 sues. throat u bottlo Get and start ed. B3 jtrratnunt at once. At your druggist, And mopped her pqrsplration. E3 1j on m 23e. Formula 'T would nuiko you sick to hao seen In (.'foiKln. her pick Ilun Jason." With (Ulcers 'mougst hor molnrs; "Ya3, suh.' To.&oratch her head and then hniid --i. "Accused of hclng under, tho you hroocl of liquor om Christmas Eve." Wits fit to bIvo you dolors. YtiH, to-dtho-bottl- o. m m m I o Who. thumbed Had Colds From Sudden f'liaiige. My stomach Spring brings all 'Kinds of weath-je- r spurned. the food ho served me. turned as tho dish I to reert rl IFin on want must know life lou ytj. u list ii ncir in buslnc it nnil Irdu-trIn Inicntl.i:. nnil Kpfrnr. Oct cutof the rut; ret on the Urine line. IWttl -v. WARRANTED FOR ALU TIME. J If you jmrcUaso tlio XUW HOSti: you wilt Lave a life nsact nt tho prlco you pay, und will not liavo mi emllcsi chuin of repairs. 1 Popular Science Monthly'' tnc mnst Intf rcttlns nml useful macilnf. and worth, trery mouth . Uie U.".-c- t iuonej-'- t IpgrlwL.,,'! the 300 Pictures 300 Articles all for only 13 cents. All the new Ideas ami Intentions in elertrklty nr.d wlrtlesi, Ii .lutoiuohilei anil aeroulnnes, in iliopnork auit in mining, and In ru2cliln:o'. How to ms'.e thincs t home. fO paces erery month, liKludnit; irrrii;cr3tors, poultry houses. furniture, autoinouie uop rcjuirs, etc. If Is t of monet.maklnff. Idn. It Is wriltrn in pitui UiLlub for men and buys. Cheapest in the cod to buy. our latest rutaloguo If you vrnutn. sewing muclillu, wrltj for 'jeforo you purcliav. IS Cents a Copy 51.50 a Year , Tl!8 New Home Sewlna Mscltlns Co0 Orange, Mass. Ort j ij No Combination S& Reading' Like It und All tar Js suh." "Prufantty." it Bwth yas, suli." UosUtlng olllcor?" "I 43ho' tried to lick daUlrlshman "1 nilcht .Tuili'ih" I Huy why dilttto on tho noisomo stuto Of hands that gorvo our tahlo? Mj' iitirlt quails at theso Kntosomo Oh! or writ? direct tn foi.ular Science Montlily, uj Fourth Ae., N.V. CDT.!. iattactprlrciIysQitsdZc.itiJB9 iLt-- i (.r csitiis s4 Bcatit till paicr. It from a newtdealer i f l i issues ot WlHETOUTIB COMPANION 17 r 1 lie Youth's Companion n5 v 1 r 1 I y, firc2k&i$rici$?& and '&-ZxCrziSSSi n .oet wj'& o ii I ZAO'-JLruji.B.Ty- 02 1S3UC3 Tlie fovoilto familx wwkly of Amcilea J4 On at Stftu ii or Giuup in 1917, uiid &0 Shctt "Jtoric;. a tliouiand Articki-n- ml KiiKse-- j nit, a thousand i.n.. smn i.il 1'jL-u- .'o; all a.'ics. OH iMiiiviliiKiiillin 12 iuC3 or im Si u.1 ZiHir a -. A i e MaJS7lSS --- w --! Ml 1 " 'sassrat "i" r2StrP!J '' &&i tl i, ' . SuTl 2 issues and a uatu rAiiian The jiiittffr. .i'7ECH! IV 'Pwsa I'S? b: suiU'jiw ut n ericun wcuini VJY OUWIBll K. mum DjaH rf wi vrM3r ST V XI -- 9 9?'v?' ? - . ? z W.RJl.i,. ' . - zzi . . rjfinf ii 'i www r.u. CvwrSKKtof'"" lbs iui XMiyyrTt U la wusl. rfi .y riuajsviifii fmus nini lEe. MtOH Lrrw ier A Slljcl'J fTlfr?4 1 Uri iU tittun -r; a tupO 5 ir,- - VOUTH'S-COMPANIO- (flu l n i.wiuu Ybi ihsi.oinpaniousube.iibersoiuyj i hole alto r, :o ih for on. T' rt.'.'S f.lA'.i NZSJIC l!'i'llICframj1ll'Kl.l'. tt i ttnU extra to ixncr mailing. THC ". lor 12 waeWs. and lh 117 Home talendsr. of any IS'Cent T . OMPAWON. OUTI t .ttrr3.gajigKaT.--T-.'Tfir.icr- n fct , J'J . BOSTON. S iwrs r . hm . r Itirr.tiiv No matter how stubborn tho M. I) "Count dat In, to)." caso may bo Pctro-Ment- a will j "Hn tho law niust deal heavily bring relief. A trial will convlnco t'roviiif; It. In your case. Is thoro nnythlng you Kuthor sat iu lils study ono after-uon- ti you For ealo by Ohio County ' left out on your holiday upreo?" writing out a speech when hla Druii Co. Prleo 23c. Tlin iipnrn fcrrntrlinl lit IkuiiI "Yas. Bi.h: of yo' could lomrao out f." .c.a,.,Qtl .bhrllly ir?m 1!10 ar!!" Dad! Look out of tho window!" fo' u fow inlnltB, I'd llko lor hiat tm a nuisauco children aro at We Knock the Spots Out of Things lhy ol' wouiait fo' 'coptln' prouents Unices!" triunblod tho paront, as ho from u Mncoii hurhor." Cam u'd put down hit pen and advanced to ( oiiimout. t,ho window. With a half smllo ho raised mo gabii ami hiuok toiin ni.i ',t HmIi. (in Tim n. . Why, my dour man," cVolalinod j1'""' - "Woll, llarry,.what la it?" he French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a Ithe fellow who knows It nil, "oven anjtoii. Suporfbr Mnnnor. Tho hoy, from n uroup of ytiunc- i tho ualrs of our head aro mimbunm oallod out: "Dad, Tommy "Yp8, I know," rospomlud tho man Send us your Oarments nnd Have Htl't hol(evetl that you had no tl a hqpd "Mine aro I' Thorn jlinlr oti tho top of your htwd " On- nutnhorod umonv tho mlstiluK.' word. CLEANED CLEAN ot lottil Hut Deep. Packages called for and delivered. "1'vu- trlud nil kinda or liwtllh Tho Cotyutuhlit J to towniiiiutit who foojla, but tiQiio of thorn soenii to lit iitttjit liuogKoti ijown ny motorist na THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB - Vou didn't yjo tho nunjliQr, hut Hny'caao." Ik It you (ronhleil you could swear to tJUo ihiji? 'Whut " n.10 A. ha .Vail, Prop. Tho Townsnianil did, hut 1 dld't with?" . 9 ttpllOtllM." think ho hoard me HAKTPoni), KU.Vri'CKV, . lftv ' tuk's. Ain't it awful, IMabolY Arthur M. Corwln, A. M., Pctro Menta Relives Piles For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipaiioi. Feci rteht all tho time. Don't lay ofl from work for days by taking calomai when pleasant Liv- - VrvLax keeps yov on your feet, vhilorelicvii)yourtrou,l. Ii. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't tako anything else. You ca.i't alforii It. E m natea uolsop'. cleanses sy tern and relieves constipation. A In itnctioi ural remedy, natu-in r in its elect una won't bo long beforo tiu-Vcomplotciy ctti' ico caiom home. Chlldnn can take it wlthpoifectwi'itj. Every 1 anteed. doc una 51 m rrdiiulno without tho I KG uro of L. K. Grfcsby. l J. H. WILLIAMS, "liul Ladies', and Men's Garments Iiare-fuus- - -- U For jHilm t D.. UliM' kaU- - !' A tmjm " !, nn jlsfc'ii,i.i Jimxi'nr iiimsiswsj - rtt.wtTi t. j Harrison of the Philippines tins coolcaual opportunity to all the sons of STRAY STREAKS. ed tho WnT Department suggesting men. It stands for no raco. It la tho use In foreign Hcrvlce, If occasion not like tho Kngllsh, French or Ger(Or Fluke- - McFluke.) presents, of a division of the I'hlll-pin- e FOR FIRING LINE man flag. It stands for men men of national guard now being orany blood who win come and live This sheet canto near losing my ganized. It Is with us under Its protection. services a day or two ago. Yos, I The governor general asked that tho only flag that means mankind. COI.ONI.I. I.AUNCHKH CAMPAIGN tho army, that Is, I It waves defiance to all ghostB, tried to litJoin be examined und sud- several olllcers of the regular army, FOH HAWING 5TROOP8 TO to now In the Islands, be appointed to they that havo for long Intimidated started GO TO fiianck. denly developed weak knee, fthd for tho higher commands In the division. men; tho ghost of monarchy, the reason thoy kicked He said the people arc eager to show ghost of artlstocracy, the ghost of some unknown mo out of tho recruiting office, s t their devotion nnd loyallty to tho war and all their kind that have laid April Washington. Col bauds upon tho lito of Kurope and am yet here. 10. Ihig. o vigor' sn iHoosovelt, full of his The governor general offered Ills Ernest Dlrkhend, tho postmaster, own services Unreservedly arid exand enthusiasm, hegnn hero today n Listen son I Tho band Is playing 'personal campnlgn designed to result "Tho Star Spangled Uanncr;" they says ho read 907 Bitotcr post cards pressed lit (i belief Hint ninny disreduced In many recipes the number of eggs may be quantity '"nt tho earliest possible nioinent," In have let loose Old Glory youndcr; this time nnd thero wero three or charged scouts and constabulary with excellent results by using an additional the appearance or the American ling stand upl Somo people over there four big batches he didn't git to soldiers, already thoroughly trained, of Royal Baking Powder, about a teaspoon, for each egg and American soldiers, including nrc smiling at us. Let us stand up! read on ncount of his wife a puttin' will promptly respond, omitted. The following recipe i3 a practical example: himself, on tho firing lino In France. uPar Wth me, lift tip your eyes and 'em up so tired quick. . j Tht. former President placed hla. thank God that you llvo under that NOTU'H. Chocolate Sponge Roll Just as you it re doing somo extra- I Two Stiillloiis, two Jacks plans for recruiting a dlvlson of nng which means the redemption of foir 2 tabtetpoonii melted hortenlnic ordinary, deep thinking on some good ones. l(cupflouf troops beforo President llson at n the world. ! i cup hot water Ktrnipoon lt profound matter It's a ditrucd good 1 teaspoon vanilla linK-ho1 cup lugat conference at tho White I.KO IIKAIITY -- Draft Stallion, 2lr.npooTB Ro j I Dalilnit yullerhnm-me- r holp to have a House, and during tho remainder of I'owJer Illack I'ercherou, 1G hands, weight, Fine Hoar for Sale. 2 H jarcj enc'tci chseoMt waltz In thru the front door l.r.fiO. the day nnd evening was busy with J no tMo powJr One fine Duroc Hoar nlno montlis Tho oU roettiod calUd for 4 rat callers at the home of his daughter, old Ileg. No. 80.S05, for Immediate sliiglnt; snatches of some silly air up A LUX Ctlllty Stnll- Sift flour, baking powder and salt together thre DIRECTIONS the scale where "V" ought to be. Mrs. Nicholas Longworth. Ion. IGVt hands, weight, I.L'f.0. sale. No better Dour to bo found times. Beat whole eggs. Add slowly sugnr, then boiling water ' lie talked abut the project to the anywkoiM. CHICAGO IMHDK. known as tho slowlyfadd next vanilW, melted chocolate and melted shortening, During the last month LM Dennett, Sift in dry Ingredients, nnd fold in as lightly as jcjialrmen and minority members of iMhoul beating. Haker Jack and SPANISH KINC, DIt. H. I'. KOUEitS, large baking pan lined with oiled paper, and helping to bury dead who has been possible. Pour Into the House and benato military known as the Hamilton Jack, llotli Fordsvllle, Ky. bake In slow oven twenty minutes. When done, turn out on a people, cleaned up tho old hears? mid made arrangements to are black, white points, lfi'.i hands cloth, spread with white Icing and roll. damp, hot ones, three or four times for sick write them giving more specific All of (he above named stock am AKMV HUOI'S NOW COST nnJ other IlooUc. ol recipe which economise In e who didn't kick In. Kd peared to sure and In short are second He conferred with Secretary .! 1 .8.--i i oventivo insredienta mallei free. lo none. ..-.s vnoM i TO losing bo kinder peeved over his Baker and with Howard Coffin, Dan-le- i 125 WillUm St.. New York 10 Jacks $S.OO. Stallions ROYAL nAKlNO rOWDEP.CO. AJJrei. work. Willard and Julius Itoscnuald, -- Tho I'HAS. K. MILLKIt. Chicago nirll i ".cm t members of the advisory commission Fordsvllle, ICy lent has already contracted for u rc Current I'tenl. of the Council of National Defense. j II an 1,000.000 pairs or army shotu n On Monday the City fathers made y He also received calls from the j prices ranging from $4. S3 to $.".tu, u HOHSi; IIKANCH NF.WH. it's a nice dnv few people a contract with the Light Company i April 12. Dr. J. S. Ileau CUBA DECLARES WAR and lot of them will he out." You British, French and Japanese Am was stated at one of tho leading ia In , nvnlfwl vnlirunlf Hint On Now Orlentiti from Thursday until for lighting tho town, outside. tirlpllt KlllMe bassadors; Assistant Secretary of hero Of these 126,000 Tuesday morning I traded my bin- .uuu " pnrs w,,r() ,m.,.rw ON GERMAN EHPIRE,Bn aiuic till. ..,., St. Louis lilRt terns for kidney beans which the Monday. . Mrs1. Hay Sloan is the gm-- it of rel UUU JUIt UCIUI I11IIIU (U IIUU Ul 1.1,... ... the Navy Franklin Hoosovelt, miinvl everyone. Hut then you forget. You Senators and Representatives and a I The National Association of Tan wife and I made a partial nic.tl from. atives in Leltchfleld hurry along the street occupied with scoro or more of personal frlend-i- , IIIIWK VIitlllll1l UIHiLU In ri.i.Ati.ita.itn : During the jfirst darkness following. Miss Violet Powers, of Narrows, . lillO It LCI1LIT. nlTilii,l til lU'UllL'liltl' MIMSTI'IC HANDI'D PASSI'OKTS .j thoughts nud only speak to some of them civilians and nttu.r. , .. . , ....... aIliU, aUUI IZi llliiUiak ... .... ln (uincii oi teiiows met nt tue court lu has been visiting her sister. Mr.i ' n.n.. v.. n .. I other it11JI III llll' tmii. Vfiiivn ii.'iaiTiii.i,r jtllllj house to start some reaolut Ing, which shopworn officers of the army and navy. people in a economical equipment of the army if successful, and according to sched- Jack Walker, has returned home. ItOMllS ON SHU'S. way, and your nous nave a sort oi Tho Colonel apparently enjoyed and navy with leather products. Mrrf. Cecil Taylor has been i thn It picked-ove- r appearance. To speak to himself thoroly. He didn't spend a Was said the tanners' orir:inl:illon ule, would put tho lights Into outer guest uf frlemW In Princeton for tlnr peoplo well requires practlco like quiei HUMuum uuiu ...., uuriiuh was rttulv to turn over IIh DluntK to t darkness. (And me wth no lauterns past few days. ' Havana, April S. Cuba, not yet anything else and it might "Not an ad." help ....ui.aiu ..... mil mjinmuBiMrs. W. O. Kfd wat In Henei-- 1 th (jovernnient If that would de- cut of her 'toens as a republic, is greatly if more of us would set aside fcrences he spoke of not only his own . .. Dam Tuesday. prices The Fishing It) Rid U. Klley. .it war with Germany tho first of a day of the week to speak to people plans, but made It clear ho stood Mrs. Jarft Walkrr Is the puest of to on. And to skip along the streets hiliuiruiy .....!... I countries 1.. the nMi,... tin I quoted liurecent contracts were based i I tlx my hook, take a drink and wait her mother at Narrows . ia.,,i.,. ...i ucuiuu irusiuuui truaui. rf,.i, i ' .., w"u water-dog- s rauge'herself alongside tho United speaking to as many ns possible in tho nronosal to raise a war army on .... ' ,. ,. do sneak my bait. . ... Mr. and Mrs. Georgi Arnold are In niirc. ii. i iLiin. ii:iiiir iiiih iirriiin mi I niovo my seat, riMrrange said hook Statt's. her liberator and protector. our cheerfullest manner whether we the principle of unlvcrslal allllll.lO i ... ..... ..I .in. Owensboro, the guest of relatives. . U H. .1. And on the bottle agnlu dotl't look. Saturday night President Menocal have seen them before or not. m that his ' service. He emphasised Htlixed his signature to tho joint resNature's Rmiily. to Interfere plans wero not intended v Au ,'"U4m ' "'"" ' iii ' an, wary. ch.,,y and olution passed unanimously late in " Resile was attending her Ilrst rlasii M.YSTI.U COMMISSlONKirS S.U.I.. in any way with the policy of the Sood prices for desin.1,1 the afternoon by both the Sonato and ,wi11 In ilmutvstic science itmf was usfcrd to Administration, and that he was, ,,,r comiori, agin l turn to rocK tell hrfeily th surest way to keep " x """" "' ""' '" Houe without a dissening voice be- mxinus to anlace -himself and the di-Ohio Circuit Court. Send outllnrs ing raised, thus y itting into effect' and rye. Hostile, who was proposes raising under the rounding ('aunties. milk from souring. vision he W. I). Newton. Plaintiff. the declaration tb.it a statu of war j orders regular ami showing form ol relics. Write K. And if lit-- don't bite. I do not trou- an exceedliiKly praetlcal child, gav of whatever vs. Notice of Sale L. Keiino, Casinos Monitor, St. ble i"cist between Cubit and the Imperial this recloo officer may bo given command of an H. F. Hobbs. Defendant. Sft4j Hut. should one be caught, I'll see it Cliarlex Mo. Oerimtn Government. "Leave It in l h cow." American expeditionary force. liy virtue of n Judgment and order double. . Assistant Secretary of State L. G o of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court Notice In K.iiikrtiptry.. I Not related to Jas Wbltcomh. ) A Jlidg In Alton. Mo., has dri-d- -v 1'atterson, Suiidny liitudcd passports .MASTKIt COMMISSIONER'S S.Vl.l.. entered at its November term, 191G, In the District Court nt the I'nited to Dr. Frederick von Verdy du Ver-nol- s, tbrt to constitute ; breac'i- of the styled action, for the in the States for the Western District ir ' one- i- Philippine Soldier-- . SH'ace, profanity mint b audible at Ohio Circuit Court. the German Minister. Tho purpose above of paying a judgment debt jT. H. Keuueky. Washington. April 7 Gov. C.en MinKter tmil bis pni'ty are expected least III tee it feet nwtiy Hlack, et al.. Plaintiffs, in favor of W. D. Newton against In the matter of Jams Alexander hi sail tor Sp.iin pril 1 r.. vs. Notice of Sale. H. F. Hobbs and the co.st of this Nelson, llankrupt. The affairs of the German Lega Wesley Mauzy, et al.. Defendants. , ., sale, I will offer tor sale at pu "lie To the creditors of James Alexin. crniTTiTTrnarrr'iTHra tion will he looked after by the Span-ll- i J)y virtue of a judgment and order outcry at the court ball In Fordsvllle, S nn-MinKer. of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court ron- - iter .Nelson, ol llaruorii, in til' co 1 Ky., on Saturday, April 21st, IS I ' of aloretald. Two bombs were found In the endered at its March term, 1317. in th1 ty ill Ohio and district at about the hour of one o clock p above tit tit gine) oom of the steamship Bavaria, stled action, for the purpose lfi Notice ih hereby Riven thnt cm the in., upon a credt of :: nud G months, paying the Judgment debt of T. one of the four German following described personal jof Hi.. 7lli ili.v nf Anrll A II .. I'll? .... M II Hlack and K. K. Hirkhead. in the .... ..... ... ..,...., ... merchantmen, seized late Saturday the I property, was dill) adjudicated silt rn nf 5t"i on by the Cuban authorities. It is said and the Judgment, " Nelson mare " ' "" doht of II. T. CrowdororC ill and ' iimi me ursi ineeiiiiK the captain of the liavuria notified . years ma. namen ...tk f()r the ie'cost'ot eredltors will bo held ...at the law, e ()f pfynB the officers of the ptesence of the niKii. aoout i r (.....I. ..r ,. one gray mare mule, about I - of . ' ' in bombs In the tessel.s.iylng he did not th .i))ovo aco1 - . the !...... . -ixiiiieHiv niniiii naj ii.iiin.ru, I ...... .1 I,leilllll-K.1... -uign. nnoiit i. years om, nam- IMISI 111 .L. Ul I llll IIIU ..r llll ....lilt II. I... 1 ...III ill. vi nn n.ii--l r j nil wMi to see nuyiiuc injured, as he had lamis "III Aed Kit. " l!,1T- - ,lt J '" at ttnic" """-nt public auction, to the highest and I rewired siieh excellent treatment tin. K!ilrl rr...lltiiru iii'iv iitl.tml iiri'., I Tho purchaser will be required to best bidder at the court House iloor here. iirute bond with good and ',Jt!' in Hartlord, Kentucky, on Monday. their claims, appoint a trustee, ex The supposition is that it was the c security, immediately aft;r a May 7, 1017, at about the hour of amine the Haukriipt :tnd transact intention of tlnr crow to destroy the nit lor the purchase price therein. one o'clock p. in. on a credit of six such other business as may properly fiuvarfa by exploding the bombs.but OTTO C. MAUTIN. months, the following described prop- - come before said meeting. the inick action of the authoritiiat 10t:i Petition filed April lith. 1017 Master Commissioner. .! it...' '""'- ties in seizing the ship prevented M. L. Henvrin, Attorney. J. A. DKAN, Certain loth ill Sowders addition j thl plnii being carried out. o Referee in Haiikrupicy. . to tho town ol Heaver Dam. Ky., Owensboro, Ky." April 41th, 1017. i .SOLDI KIIS ON FIIIING LINK Ailiullil-tintoiMadison and described as follows: 's Notice. I CIII.Ki: PHKSIDKNT'S SPLKCII street and being lota Nos. one, two, All p(jrs.oiis having claims against three, four, live, six mid seven In. r. s. is I'll' die estate of Mrs. Luclndii Taylor TO KNTI-'II IK WAIll Drillsh Front In France, April L Illoek I), on said street, said lots ho-- j deceased will present them properly 'via Pari, April S. The soldiers wh Ing llfty feet front each anil run to me at my olfico In Beaver urnVeii Coats in glaids and stripesa;lso white ChinchilTlii' Fulled States is tho ufieeiith on or before May 1st M'o facing the Cermans in the front ning back to an alley about ICO to Dam. Kv 1017, or tlioy will bo forever barred, line did not learn until Thursday of 170 feet deep, a plat of said lots Is. co u nt iv to enter the war ami th la, $4 to $11. President .WHmiii's uddress to Cong- on (He In the county clerk's olllco of eleventh to join the allies. On tli I). II. 1.IIOAD3, ress, foreshadowing the entry of Ohio county, and being part of the entente hide are: HiiKlaud. France, Administrator. MM States Into the war. Kven bind convened to Samuel Sowders by Itusui.i, Italy, Pdrtugal. Japan. Fulted Siiits for Ladies and Misses, in solid colors, also 0 Serbia. Itumiinl.i the most distressing weather condl- - the .Master ('iuimlst.lnuer of Ohio Slate;'. Ilelgium, Do You 15ellee In Sign.' checks and silks, $18.00 $22.50. Montenegro. On the Teutonic, y TUo pruetlco of plant lug seeds and t Ions, with heavy hijow. did not cheek county, Kentucky, and recorded in ',"'1 Germany, Austi t j Commissioner's iked book C. page hide are: performing bimiiar farm operations their enthusiasm. American, volunteer avluturs, who Mil, in tho iount clerks othce of Hulgaria and Turkey. 1 t is I'ltiiuat- - j A See our line of Ready-Mad- e superstitious "signs" according Shirt Waists, of Oror nccordliig to th- - moon are not nave larned tn uign esteem or ill" Ohio county Kentucky, dun N'ovein- - ed theie are I'O.OOO.OOU eitiens liih tlie'Fnittd States who can be trained in gandy, Silk, Crepe de Chene and Georgette o French lighted, with whom they iior 2G. 1.S7 bused on raets. tiwrding to tho SOI'Vlei' ' I.....1 , .11 ....!.... ,... .... fall. Ii.!il.. ...I......T. ....... ,.w. .,, IW IIU This statement li'ii,, l.iiili . lit cnptlon aia. ...,..; Iiirmlhu of Aurlculturo. llll' Jllll I UlinUl ...lit l.r. Ulllll U la t'fir Will' llll Crepe. Waists from $1.00 up to $5.00. -' ov.cuie bond Immediately alter sale! The United Stateiuiavy ranks thirl J S Is tnado following Inquiries and tho and members of tho American amjfl tho list of navies id the world, annual publication or such informa-Ko- ii bulanri. units, who aro encountered and a lion will be retained as iiddl-.'- " rlil ,K ""' lOSSth day of the great ijM See our white Shoes v in canvass and In uliuanncB mid other piintod on every part or the front where tho tlonul security. reinskin, Civen under my hand thh 10th day v'h mutter widely distributed during tho npuratlouii nro most uetlve, wer"! H i America is entering the tight on from $3.00 to $4.50, for Easter and spring. when the j0f April, 1017. cheered eutliusiustlcally winter nud sprint; months. . . ...tfi jlhe last day of I he Hi4th week of news was received. OTTO (.'. MARTIN, Mho wr. If was loll Hint, lit addition to! UtS Muster Commissioner, NOTKT.. for spring and summer for Men, New Low-Cut- s It will bo niiiutecu years this year Hurnes .V Smith, Attorneys UV tii :ain call the .ittenllon of our furnishing war supplies, tho I'nited and ihls month since we djocUred war Repub-- . States should glvo Invaluable assist- le.ider,. In Hit. fact that The Children, Misses and Ladies, consisting of upon Spatu. One I'l.iu. tending spoeltillsls In nil tlcait ulll publlMi no timimiinlnillons ' This Is lilo liriat war m which Wliuii you see tho Blur and Stripes Patents, Kids, Gun Metals, in pumps, straps i i.i i nn. Minimi-i.vw bia'iiclies in which that country Is ...,i.. ' and undertaking organ- - dUplnyml. son, httmd up ami tako off j Amerlfa und Kiifghuid will hqbt on ueeU.s l'as.4 that nn'ui.tmoii- - nit Ules and blucher and button Oxfords, prices from Honwiiody miij titter, but .the i.umo side. aro mil eweUeil anil It H not our de. lzatlon or railroads nnd other trails-- jour hat! portb 'behind the Hue. which is one 'don't mind! When Old Glory cornea j AVar lollowisl sixty four daj- alter $2.00 to $4.50. siio lo hurl- tNVii- - items into the com. .i the most eiiciitil foatures oi In. snluto and lot them think whut Ceriiiiiny's note breakltut her pledges I Hiisto biiskel. TliK uiiiiiimiioiis When jou hear the to the Dulled Statu!. they plfiiso. iiiuuiriitloii I tile Is staled iiiih eel; model n luetics. New Gingham Ready-mad- e The Liisltiuila w.u. sitiil. twenty Dresses for children jj baud play "Tho Star Spangled Httn- lie.v-- l luluinii of ilu edlnnjal at Hie j. tier" while .vou are in a restaurant or tlirni mouths ago Scuutlj Dressed, lllli iimst be adhered to. Requests from 50c to 75c: also Hnft of 1nHi-c- ' T?onr.tr. l grout pt.vei The ltavoi- i- Did yon eo Ml' I.ownack hotel dining room or theatre, g t up.. nr.dttcd from print that .laiw-.beven u jou run nioiie. bu.in. uiwif ,.n .u. at tho opera ltut nlglit? im made Gingham Dresses $1.25 each. the liiHiiiiMTlpI wo I'lmipliwl. tviiri, This will bo our llrst war aglnst.H i.gliun kikI don't bo ashamed or It either! Oh, my, .sigiiiituie. virltei-iniiMt bear the tH For. of nil Ihu slgna anil yinbol'i a coinblniitlou of counlrlii, "Did she put on ny frills'?" THKI.nilOU. The .lift, third., fourtli. llllh. sixth "Looi'ixi to me as if it whh about since the world liegnn.tlieru in vm; has all she did pui on." Kxcliatie been ahotlitfr so rull of ii.ejj'ii.'g u mid sovtmth strongest navies a.v Si4ik$iiK To Pntylo. ' .ranged against Gunuiiiij Tim Ger ; Ihu tlag of thU ciinutry. Evwy ilay you pat-- peoplu on tip G i upnak to und while That piece ol red, white ami btua' Juan "navy standM sijcond, and the! Popular Thin .Season', street you wust - :xzs :irccr -. elghtb. UiiM ycttri. t,t 'oiiiik ,dy (with liopott)-- - W'liat 'bunting uieaiis peatiinj, to people i only a ennui bit It is tlio fait blown iA tll day's osjwrionoB, yet it's worth do you lHJijk Ih the fashionable Tlio. tjnltud' Staton brings In 11 , upwanl. dor figlitlii tor lll,flrU''9"U.ii0 permnt, ugalnit the eentrul Ihwr of JU.41S of Willi dulHK U it nlBfll' as liowUil. fur h. Inide? empires. 5tn.li) giiBji Wnlkgc TiuIim dllfur. II. is, tjip oantury plant of human hii Voi;y."fJtfi i in tko ybm yon W have averaged one wtir In. e. cry In liloont. j,'. to ywwwlf. "I will tun l BlHiijkl praftp a wbJl an. loralSK yw jvfita. Your Hue slund for humuiilty, for Uveiitj and to quite R fit-Il- l. (irrilMldy twf'' to RJOSEVELT READY Fewer Eggs are required with ROYAL POWDER ohi-tlm- I If.-Ge- neral ' com-mlttc- cs do-tail- i. to-da- tan-ineri- !1 v,r7BI.j2I.'1ic?: half-hearte- d, to-da- I .- . ( L'atin-Americ- ... .-- i ! I """ ! i , T'' ' -' I I ' - I i ! self-Intern- ( t: '' We Offer '- ; , 1 ., .l. it.-- .... - tat-.- I .... Coats and Suits at Most Extraordinary ,... I I I TI'l-.NT- Prices at i ? i at to Col-log- 1 j - i . , '' 1 e lit ji. at , . Carson ro: La Go j .'.-- iy gt ' artford, Ky, sik MiafeMtgry. y i H EiaKEa frV23fm ... 'J .Srfj (jtS'i MM' iiii,nwi iIii;""Ljij"'?. . IIW4. a"gi"