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The Hartford republican: April 20, 1917 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 hao1917042001_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: April 20, 1917 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Sltye Fine Job Work. VOL. XXIX. y Jlwtfcrri) DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL TJIE PEOPLE WOT DO I m ltttt i .Lm. m r i' "l rV.J' i OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 42 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, JCY;, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1917. CARE FOR A to Representative written Ralney of Illinois, u Democratic mein-he- r of tli.' Ways anil McatiH Commit-te- c it says: CORN PLANTING "V(tir letter of April ti does you ureal liouor. I do not wonder that you fei'l as you do, and yet I want I very earnestly to remind you that OHIO COUNTY INei.L'RKD IX LIST we aru engaged not merely in ere- -' MKNTIONKI) FOR IXCRHASK atlng an army, hut also In mobiliznv Tin-- : skcrktary. ing a nation to perform all Its f n nc- -' lions at tin highest pitch of efficien i.cy, surely in hucii circumstances it ' I BLOOMIfJ' COAT? but every man does not. Tho universal system treats ill alike rich or FIGHT PASSAGE . poor, native bom or nowcomcr. So get behind tho Administration and you'll get rid or a lot of loose tulk OF DRAFT BILL about war. Only C.000 men have boon enlisted In two weeks, and I to estimate how long i leave It to you IS WOltKIXtJ i It will tako to gut nu army of a luli-- i AlMIXIKT!lATIOX HAKI) Toil SUl'I'OUT TO KXA-JH.- K lion men." i KKPORT. i KOMI) WAIVKS I'ATKNT UKJIITS OX TKACTOJIS I , IS post such as you have heen ni- signed to hy your constituents as It. a man 10 voiuuiecr air an ur- -i Hero Willi-ou- l is lor Ylrlil .May ll tiny. I take this view of it will; the1 I'pon Other ImKiirroaeliliiK greatest confidence." portant Crops Is rtellef. IMPORTANT - CEREAL H J'"" ii !,! ,l,1,ch n,0"'H ,h,t' '" H,1,y at m&&?i$35i a.tSOTPff,c?'ieaiit?Ti42;i l J.. ' 1 , t Igf.hmany to itumri-- its : r Washington, April 18. A special. Washington, April 17. It is now . appeal 10 tlio tanners or tliirty-tlire- c a finish tight between the Republican April la. Aiusterdi)tn, via Loudon, 'counties In Kentucky to grow more supporters of the selective draft sysThe Dusseldiirf General Anzelgrr con. this summer was made P tem of raising an army and the Dem,,., , (0 tin; working by Secretary of Agriculture Houston. iifimil'irlrni ocratic opponents of the plan who )f flu mi lfi,ln fwlu if ' Although the appeal In nation-widare contending for tho volunteer sysWestphalia thai necessity has ilrlv-- 1 .7. eipeciully reference Is made to tlio'ten tem. Efforts are being, put forward lhi rountr) to n new lodii tatlon- Icultug corn producing counties, by the Administration to win enougli Ing. Tills will heKiu April If, and "Corn Is America's most important twm converts for the selective draft to k C, a reduction of 25 per ll,.t,uft. 'ii.irinil ' .f.l.l ."-.iii.uj.uu. enable Uie House jCommlttee on TUHy '"" Uiinpiitfii..' )hn Tin news- Itary Affaire to order a favorable re Tin' proiiuctiou or com siiouki ue ii.'ini'i' xnVK flu iilil prnn mil k! serve Increased this year to tho fullest ex- port . on the Administration Hill. thi(t are folir ,. tout. taking into consideration sred, That tailing, the Administration will v r,ir try to get the bill through he Sen- Jw labor and exMIng economic condl - " ' .. ewsp.iper adds,-- even If fHnns and the availability of good land ,11 nime .,' orrow, would alter the . jtt ate first in the hope that the House' "In corn growing sections not needed situation, and een will accept it despite the 'opposition WAR ' after peace It will urgently for other crops. The acre- be a long time betofe on tlie lilltary Affairs Committee, the food age may well be Increased In tho Thru the courtesy of Miss Mary President Wilson y summoned is again brought to normal. county enst of tho one hundredth Hunger, of this place, Ihe writer has j Minority Leader Mann and llepre-bee- n sav-iln- g The newspaper concludes by meridian, us corn in general thrives presented with a copy of tho sentatlve Lenroot. of 'Wisconsin, to that tho Kumuniaii wheal crop I -in this region." Bardstown Repository, of the issue 'the White House y j must to bespeak up, now tliut the I'd be r Evant in Baltimore American. Kentucky counties mentioned by Danube Is mh of July ICth. 1819. had! their-Biippof the Administration frevironvlue and that the i .Secretary Houston as among tho people must hold out. It says there been given to Mr. G. W. Hunger, de- - army bill. It Is realized by the Presi-cease- d, leading producers of corn and where ( no father of Miss Mary, many j dent that his hope of success lfs is alternative. GERMAN SUBMARINE GERMAN HATRED FOR Is urged this yoars affo. The paper was Issued 'principally with- those members who Increased production year are Ohio, Graves, Henderson, ' weekly, is in a fine state of prescrva-'ar- o opposed to him practically, since ......... v............. w,.,.-u-1 ATTACKS DESTROYER AMERICA DISCLOSED tion, well printed, contains news from ! the obstacles in the way of this meas- (HKI)ITS ASSOCIATION'! . Murdin, I'ulaskl. Warren, Darren, . mauy parts of the United States, for- - ure have been placed almost exclu-eig- n llrcckenrldge, Calloway, Crittenden, countries and Items which siveiy by "Democrats who have re- All mt'inbrrs of Uiu.AsbOclution in j Hopkins, Logan, Madison, Adair, Hal- wotuu be of real interest to readers fused to support the President and KIKKI) AT l S. HHII' l.NTKMJKD TO SUIHIUK KXGLAXI) lard, Hutler, Hart. Hickman, l.uvv- - Ihn rmirt hrtum In Unrtfnrtl. Satur- - TOJU'l'.no or present day Journals. In our have delayed action, at a time when vTIIK.V ATTACK V. S. TO PAY 100 .MII.KS SOl'TH OF XKV rence, Uvlngslon, .Marshall. Muhleu- - ,llul ... ,.- - M, mw, next number wo contempluto repro It is considered that every day Is of, VOItK. ..WAR COST. berg, Nelson, l'iku, Todd, TrigK. luiportant ducing one or morn of the articles as tremendous " Importance. busluiiss. Wayne, Webster and Whitley.appeared In the above named Jour(Signed) S. T. I5AUNKTT. Committee I.lne-np- . "An appreciable Inereaso in tlio nal. Of (lie eight Republicans who arc A I.. SHKKFIKI.O. Washington, April 17. A GerIlo.ston, April IS. "To show the Seore-- 1 corn crop is most feasible." m now members of the Military Affairs man submarine today fired on the deep hatred," which ho asserted Gertary Housloti continues, "in the sec- -i SHKIIIFI-- S PUO( XAMATIOX Committee, only two, Anthony, of i.h-'rsiiivi. destrojer Smith about 100 miles many has held against the United tlons or highest corn production. Kansas, and Hull, of Iowa, are opStates, former Ambassador Jauies Assures Foreign-Hor- n couth of New York. growing conditions exist In Ohio Conn- - posed lo conscription. Mr. Maun TennliiaUMl It) The He.illi or .Min. The presence of enemy subtnersl-ble- s W. Gerard disclosed- - facts such regions; farmers there are t Litis of Protection. assured tho President that tho addiAbbie Kciwuii I'ord. he, said had been kept from In American waters indicates which witli corn growing; they Imvo tional Republican whom ho had that the threatened German blockade the American people during the past tho necessary equipment available. I. S. O. Keown, Sheriff of Ohio selected for aunolntment to the com- Wednesday afternoon brought o of American Atlantic ports has be- two and a half yoars. Ho was tho null have adapted corn production to County. Kentucky, tako this method mitteo would support the "selective principal speaker at a national de- of assuring all residents of foreign prevailing conditions. ' a closn one of the most useful lives gun. economic draft" bill unreservedly. This will This anouiicement was made at the fense dinner given by the Pilgrim birth that they need not fear any! make the Farmers in such regions, through of which Ohio county has ever been .committee stand herearter beneilclary when Mrs. Abble Navy Department: Publicity Association. iiiiuiy years of experience, Imvo learn- - the invasion of personal property rights j eleven for conscription and ten Itowan Ford, the wife of Capt. J. "Iteported from Fire Island lightMr. Gerard said that Admiral vou so long as they go peaceably about 'against ed methods of successfully combatconscription, so that the Ford, expired at her home on Un- ship to tho naval stations at Bos- TIrpltz, In thinly volled statements, ing adverse conditions. They know, their business and conduct bill can be reported that thii planing of virile, tested i ion Street about a o'clock. Angina ton and New Yok at 3:0 a. m., on and tho German Reichstag and Prusin a manner. The orably to the House, but only by a pectoris and complications caused the the 17th, an enemy submarine, was sian Parliament. In open discussions, ..Heed in well 'tilled soil, immediately United States has never, in any war, j majority of one. This, of course, replnntlnu of missing hills, and ear- 'death of Mrs. Ford, which, owing to sighted by the IT. S. S. Smith, run- - proposed tho institution of unrestrict- - confiscated tho. property of auy for-- i will mean a minority report signed submerged. Sub - jed submarine warfaro against Eng- - elgn resident unless by his own hos-'b- y ly and continued cultivation of the the gradual decline of her health lor niug apparently ten members, with a. majority re-tl-le a torpedo at the V. S. luml with the intention, "when Kng' fields count for much In tho ability nioro than a year, was not unexpect- marlne-tire- d acts he made It necessary. jport signed by eleven, a condition ed. S. Smith which missed her by about hind should have been subdued by of the plants to produce n bountiful So long as the laws of the Nation, which might prove very dangerous Mrs. Ford win, the last surviving thirty yards. The wake of tho tor- hunger to come over to the United yield. Tills kuouledgo should bo State and county are obeyed foreign- - j to the success of tho bill in the put to good use during the coming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Win. C. pedo was plainly seen crossing the States and collect tho price of the born residents In this county will bo House. war from us." season In order that however unfa- Itowan, a very prominent family of bow. Submarine disappeared." protected In tho ownership of their j Chairman Dent, of tho Military "I want to tell you," Mr. Gerard property and money and be free Committee, late this First Information or the encounter vorable, conditions may ho, produc- lllelllu. She lived a lire that might afternoon went nearly perfect as that eamo to tho Navy Department in a oddul, "that If we had not gone Into as tion of an exceptionally large crop truly be said from personal molestation to tho to tho White House and informed tho exalted position Ik ever approached roundabout way from Huston navy this war Gorninny would have fula may be assured. full extent of my authority as nn Presldeut of tho opposition to tho "In practically every county in tho and her example may ho followed by yard, which picked up the Smith's filled its intention to como over here executive oflicer. lariny bill that has developed in tho report, sayliw; she hnd been tired up- afterward and attack us, and would ' All should refrain from public dls- - committee. Mr. Dent is country In which experience) ban younger womanhood with profit. advocatinc She was born November 1L. IS 14, on by a German have done so almost with the ap- ciiKHlon or questions Involved In tho the adoption of an alternative propo-prese.shown Unit corn may be produced and was married exactl twenty-eighNavy Department, after com plause of tho rest of the world. 1 InThe successfully, lliu posihilities of crlhls and maintain a consld- - sltlon that will permit the President tell von also that eviTVlliinir erate attitude to all others regard- - to uso creasing tlio corn crop without cu- - ears later. Her homo has always inunlcatlnir with Fire Island. Ilos-K'a- n either the voluneer or selec-le- ss t trenching upon other Important crops been noted for Its genuluo Southern ton Nuw York and homo other points consistent with honor was done to of their nationality. ive draft systems in raising an ar- ! hospitality and even after becoming tno Atlantic coast, announced that keep us out of the war. lloyond is uL least worthv of consideration. Kvery cllzeu owes undivided nl my. ""J'Klcnlly disabled her cheerliilueas tll0 ren(jrt r tie Smith's oncouner . that I am sure none would have us If land.'labor and seed are available." leglauce to "tho American Hag and Secretary of War Baker, appear- uas i.een reiiuiruauie. ;j,ild uoo substantiated by ofllclal In- - go." ho Is expected to loyally fulfill nll lng bofore the House Military Affairs Funeral services were held at the v...iii.-ntli.- n --HOY SCOFTS VOI.PNTKKIl obligations y which citizenship and Committee and again to- CAMPAIGN Methodist church yesterday afternoon l FOR CLIIAX-U- P whether tho nresenco of tho Ger- - Ml'ST SIOXI .MKX AliROAD. residence iinpobo upcui hint. Any night, stated emphatically that ha 4 o'clock. Mrs. Ford having heon JniilIl at OPINION OF fiKX. WOOD act. however slight, tending to give submarine merely foreshadows would consent to no compromlso on At a recent TjTeetliig of tho Hart- a member of that church for over a 8noraillo raid, such as tho con- to tho enemy hr treason, for (ho principle of organizing an army. I nld years. Pastor II. W. Napier ,illrt,i ntr n, .M,m. April ford troop of liny Scouts the scouts tlfty .... ..' .... ...v . .. 1...U..J. slvero penalties are provided As the representative or tho Presi- voted unanimously to volunteer their and uov. it. I), lieituett conducted the;or wjir,llPr tt is tho signal for tho, Wood, speaking at a meeting of tho),,, ,,, , (u, piinlBhni(1Ilt Whlch dent he Insisted that the selective a largo attendance beclnnlnir of a cenoral submai u American! Cotton Waste Kxclinngo services to Mayor Her fur tho clean- ceremonies before 0lllllotl lunlcts In nU ,amls. ,ira i.rliiclpl hou!.l bo adopted ami r.aid that the United up campaign Tuesday and Wednes- of friends. Tho remains were laid blockade of the Atlantic coast Is not e Done at Harttord, Ky., this April he would not consider any other. Mayor Her gladly accepted to rest In Oakwood cemetery. States would not fultJU Its duty In 17,1917. day. known. : Resides her husband one duughter, this war until It had eent men to tho offer and tlio troop will assist In Win. Deliiulei- - Dead. S. O. KJC0WN, Sheriff. tlio front. The meeting was called Model Ii.i-- l New Submarine. the, war on weeds, rats and tilth on Mrs. It. K. I.eo Sliunierinau. survives Mr. William Dehruler. died at his UvuiiHVllle, Intl., April 1C John to raise funds to equip a complctoj Youngster Too Patriotic. Ihosi days. homo in Fordsvllle of organic heart mniiu.Mn una u.r um With tho scouts and progressive uus vNow Castle. Ky.. Anrll 17. GIov- - trouble on tho 17th. Unrhil i.mk larr, an tr.tcnior or itocKport, inn, CRY, GHR.MAXS RF.CI.ARF. , hm, ajlnost completed a modullcr h&j "If w0 " to bo part of the war."'lr Maliaus, citizens of Hartford at work, on those boy, found placo at Pleasant Orovo on Weiliier.- sul, murine. As soon as It is com- - sum uen. woou, our men liuuni- - a ..igtol in his mother's dresser ves- - !nv. Ilnreasii wn 7i. vp:fr nt mm days tho old town la In for a good -, Anibterdam, April 17. The Colx st bo at tho frout. It Is no lordiiy and proceeded to play war. and n veteran of tliu Civil war. ieUn ,0 WU organize a company to f""" bath. . on Presl- -' r,.i80 .,,..,. We shall send living Looking Into tho looklncclass. ho j og no Gazette, commenting child's play. wi.i. whIch to ,, i OI'KKll Mont NMIsoiiH.niCbbagu to tho Aim'rl- - H,ttt. Tark mytl a Bubmarlno such us men and bring them back dead but crC,i( '.v0 nro a German nnd I'm MANY CONtJHFSSMHN OV. WIUT.MAN Wllil. C'lVIJ ' TO JOIN ARMY (lit NAVY ,can people says: ROOSKVUI.T COMMISSION' l0 nrol,OKOS lo i...tia can bo eomnlet- - hover until this Is done shall wo fill- - UI1 American, and I'm coiner to shoot "Rl'orn of its BWoHon phraseology, r duty. j for al)0Ut l(r00 When ho has fin- - H you." Suiting his action to his . Washington, April IT.. President this appeal Is nothing but a cry of ,sh0(l tll0 ,,oat ho saySi ,,, wlu K,v "Vou are now btanding behind tho words, tho youngster fired. Thoro Albany, X. Y April 17. Col. President Wilson himself exhibitions along tho Ohio nnd Mis- - Allied lines and behind such forces, wns (l crash that brought tho mom- - Theodore Uoosevolt may have at Wilson, replying to offers of members distress. wo have afloat. Thero Is a long i,ers of ConkrenB and other olllclals to must admit that tho war against Ger- - Hissippj rivers. Funda derived from f tho family luto tho room, military commission which Governor horvo lu Ihe nriuy, has declared his many eatiuot bo won K America I t tliou exhibitions, Pnrk thinks, will period of propaiatlon ahead of us. ulu n,o pistol was wrested from tho Whitman has the power to confer, boiler that work In the civil depart- - unable ample to provide herself and ,,ay f,. tuo construction of tho boat '"1 tho. first stop lo to back up the Bn,8p r lnt, youngster, who mis ilo- - the executive announced Tho inentB or government at thin time la her allies with food. That, howovur, UUH oavo a BubBtnntlal sum a a nu- - J'luti milvursal military sdrvico. iBhted over his first victory for his Govornor iiBserted that ho believed Col. Ropsevolt was uoedod In tho Just as Important us uillltnry activity. Is impossible, as America is facing a uloug to 0fata)HsU a factory for the You cannot lot somebody elan do country. : , Many member of both houses of crop falluro which cannot be avert- - iiutufnctiiro of subniaiiiiHs. your Job and have a clear conscloinw. present crisis. . . . Congroiss and bomo Importiint olllclaU od by President Wllson'u little rem- This republic Irii Iveu ovorythiiiR .Slimpoii HvoryHiInt; Hut your Wits. "I think no otbor living Amerl- oppiirtnnlty, anil oji Jllme You Any Indian Holies In Sell? In the way Plow polntu croulul on short uo- - 0411," tho executive bald, "would at- have written to tho proMdont pro- - edu. ' "Tlio raids of our submarines, j 1 wlll pay geod price fyr dsalrablo the oihor bund-- , it h th rlRht tittle by power driven toolu. All kinds tract by his leadership so many ineu jiobIub to realgn tliolr potts and servo army and navy. Many of thcrnforu,' gain In luiportanco. For polios found in Ohio County qr sur- - ilemnnd tho Borvice of Its clti.cnu. of woodworlcliiK and blucksmlthlni; to tha colors. Of c,oune, my eomuiis- ilii tho Semi outlines "A voluntary bervleo, however do- - don to your satisfaction. Service slon Is good only wltfiln tho Stnto and thom have hud previous military every bhlp they sink, grows the dlf- -. rounding Counties. lieulty of transportini; the smull ox- - r.liowliig form of relics, Writ . IS. Ilghttul 'In theory, is rldleulow lu uao jlled, bprvlce. vthether It wiluld be recognized by Monitor, St. piietico. It would be a noble thlus the Federal Government la pot with-i- u GUJ.USPrK BROS., A typical letter sent by tlio yirosl- - portable crops to the points whero l,. Honno, Ciutmos 'diaries Mo. a'JHp If every man rushed to tlio colore, uiti my power to determine." Hartford, Ky. dent lu members of Congress lb Ibut they lire most ueoded " HRF.AP RATION 2X VV.W CUNT il ,.,, -- e, afr W1 mm m """" " .. ,.,. ' ,,, ,,, ... ,,,., ,,. M ! ifflm 'HBinHi Detroit, Mich., April 17. Heurv i"pnl, at tho request of tlio Urlli.vi (o.'Ciiuncnt, has waived all puto.it I right? on his farm tractor and has cabled the specifications to Kngluud so Great Uiltuln can manufacture tractor for use In the Ilritlsh Isles and In France. Announcement to this t was inude at the Ford Motor Company It Is believed that tho tractors will help to greatly Increase farm acreage in the Kntente countries. It altio was announced that Mr. Ford hopes to have thousands of tractors ready for use In the United States and Canada by August 1. Mr. Ford's entire tractor plant, tho name us Ids automobile factory, will be at the disposal of tho United States " GoverntnentT -- PAPKK NKAItl.Y CKXTTRY OLD PRKSK.NTKD TO US eT-.c- SUMMONS President REPUBLICANS Oppo- - Looks To Political neiil.s For Assistance In Pusslnv Conscription SJcasure. lHf(1 I to-da- WF'liiii'i -- &ttr The-pupe- ' - iii, kvtijckv uuff, : .... ..,. - ' le ht ' . them-'presiden- t's far-selv- es law-abidi- nt t) J ,, J ' U-- km.-i..,,,- ,! ....(-,.....- ,,..,,, I t.i.wlch ,B I Hii.Mwnn.i uii .. --- "' fr fr - X imhli ii.MMWfctfW.WHC"j nytv1"" m11 " i V'aM iwinniii'yn iiiii wiiiaiXB4fcJij4isi "t- - serf i . -- v g r ft The plnn to their capital. dmirably, and threo Issues HEALTH SHOULD tea were mndc. lin.o to time, since the Civil PREVAIL IN ARMY Government hai found it FILLS WAR to mak'o largo loans. Tho i.c .11 25-2- 8 pciplo . ivo always responded readily or they know there Is no better AMKUICAX HOI.DIKR HHOLI.l) I IK KNOltMOt'.S 8UJ.15 OK MONKY NI.O LOIVROUND.TRIP RATES FROM HARTFORD AND ALL WA if STATIONS it the world th ., a United MOST HEALTHY IX WOULD KSSAIIY TO CONDUCT MO cry for them States bond. 'Tho banks AKTKK I.KHSONH. VI0IIT. Louisville & Nashville R.R. Old innlus sigh for them, and tho ready to timid capitalists are almost 24-252- 6; die for them. Thousands of comparIn tho pcoplo LOANS OF PAST atively poorknowing will Invest money LEARN FROM BRITISH WAR that their new bonds, L. & N. for will bo safe and tho Interest will always bo paid when It is duo. H. Army Medical Men May To 1'lrM United Suites itoniN In service to nrnti.iint themselves lly Kerlciice3 if Kngllsli (lie Defray Kxpcnce of V.'liy Constipation Injures. times- of pence with what they must Study War Problem. Revolution. The bowels nro tho natural sewer-ag- o althr.ately learn In time of war system ef the body. When they 'Ui.ral sanitation is alive to. Thls'l j A become obstructed by constipation a t W in nj .iiv (iivi inti. part of the poisonous matter which London, April 2. The American have sent to us nine of the leaned . -Washington, April 14. Ways and they should carry off is absoroed Into soldier ought to bo the healthiest professors of Johns Hopkins Univermeans for keeping I'ncle Yarn's war system, making you feel dull and soldier In the world because he sity at Baltimore to make a speclil tak-c- n the chest constantly replenished has interfering with the di- starts out backed by a medical or - study of rural sanitation in the town place anions the many hlg stupid, and its of food. ganizatlou that has been given all in Franco which we take charge of gestion and assimilation problems that the government is callby tho valuable lessons learned by the as soon ns our armies enter them " upon to solve in the present emer- This condition Is quickly relieved ed Obtainable big british army in its three v ears' Chamberlain's Tablets. oe gency. Most people know that it tn experience In this greatest ot wars. Stop Ieft Oxer Coughs. a great deal of money to wage everywhere takes a Tho statement made by Sir Alfred win j war, but few have any adequate Idea ui. Deiia line- Keogh, Surgeon General ot the Brit- stop that hacking cough that linger Sound (iooil , At Any Kate. of how vast are the sums required. Is as ish army, to an Associated Press fromv January. The soothing pine Stockson That man's word Fortunately, there Is ample money representative revealed for the first balsams loosen tho phlegm, heals good as gold. . In tlio United States at the present I'onds -- So-I hoar. Even his voice lime mo cioso i.etwecu ; lUe irritated membrane, the glycer-th- e The time to melt all requirements. medical .branches of the Amori-iIn- o seems to have the richt ring to It. relieves tho tender tissues. ou problem is. how best to transfer the ae can and Hrltlsh armies maintained ,rcathe easier and coughing ceases, money into Uncle Sam's coffers lit a since the early lays of the war Kor i iimi't vMPrt n iir.iw.ri.ii- - nnoh it way to prove least burdensome to this fact thu American people must ,s dangerous. Dr. Hell's Pine - Tar MINERS AWAIT BODY the greatest number. thank Sir Alfred, the man responsi - Honey ls antiseptic and pleasant to Thu formulation of tax measures ble for the health of the five million ,akp bcneflt3 young and old. get it war has not reached a deffor the. J OF THEIR LEADER iinusii soiuiers scauereii an over iat your arBgisl inite stage, but there ar indications Formula on wan una t )0ttIo. me various iiieaiers oi war, I.iC, that the Treasury will endeavor to placed and is still doing so all the raise by one bond issue a- - much of TO win. the $3,000,000,000 already asked for WI'IltDKST VIKGII, OK NORTH information gained in the war at (ilVKS tho disposal of tho American army as cannot be obtained by new and who iivoi:ci:i iiim XKAi: KM) AS OhACIKR H'K medical men. increased taxation. IMSCOIU.F.S VICTIMS. Kight now. Sir Alfred said, there Chicago. April 14- .- William Koo-n- e in Rocket. Itut are in this country four of the leadman deserted his wife four yearj A billion dollars in bonds seems a ing Tutted States army medical men. ago. then wrote to ask if be might colossal amount, hut as a matter of Seward. Alaska, April 14. Pros- who have been studying the ltrltish come back. Altho he was told he! fact It' would he but a (lroP ' tn, pectors to the north of here are hold- medical and sanitary arrangements might if be would cease to make his bucket compared with what I'ncle in France and who have toured the recular snrinc dlsaonearances. he Sam has borrowed since he began ing a weird vigil. They are waiting for Twenty Mile hospitals iu Kngland and studied tbe,tUli not return an), hU w)fl. divorced' business. The total amount of bonds which lasted 100 years sold 'by the Government during the glacier to disgorge one of its victims. uoyai army .vicuicai i. orps at Home. ,1U1. 67 WARS CENTER Then came I he Itoman, great Pom T'hrCf yr.lrs .,KO bho Ha8 lnarril.(1 Several years ago Fred Andrews, a They are Surgeon Pleadwell. Col. first century of its existence, or down pe) himself, who, tho Invited Into miner, plunged to his doom in a deep Bradlev;. JIaJ. Ford and aiaj Mster. to William Hctters. to 1SS9. was in exces-- s of $10,000,-000,00Koeneman ON JERUSALEM the clt) was compelled to tight for tho Giving I. S. Itencllt.- -. a sum which makes the crevasse while leading n prospecting 'drifted down to Jamestown. Tex.. citadel on the high rock In order party to the head of Twenty Mile "We have and btill are giving the amI b,.c.ime rich Then, having mind dizzj and which would buy up to place his battering rams on a ! States army the benelits ot deemed himself, as bo figured. It. he Hiver. a dozeu of the small monarchies of He died slowly, helplessly, wedged our three years' experience in keep. r.,ivertisel In the papers of Kensoha. iioi.v city. iti:siKGi:i in .n:w, level with the temple fortlllcatloiM Europe. Many of these bond issuer to the north of the city be bu'lv ureal ,n tno lc' s"am- - w,lUo 1,ls rren Ing healthy our enormous ariuv." Sir chkisn.w a.vii .mosi.k.m, MP to that time were made to fund uslu Wi, his former home town, for Hounds In the vallev which wero zlP(1 companions tried vainly lo reach Alfred continued. "In fact a o.vck co!IIPWR of Mis w(f i,0 previous loans, but Intercut was paid I persistent!) torn down b the Jowh. operation between the medical bran-- 1 of hl.r divorce and remarriage, uu I'li'ij unu in uie3 uouars, ami mm. He dually won because the inhabitAnd now bis body, believe those dies of our army and yours has' Mrs Koeneman-lletter- s has the gold which lias been spent in this ants, true to their religion, would not ii- maintained sinco the verv New York. April 1 t c,,iVitl from hor torm.r huslund a way by Undo Sam would gild all the who are familiar with the slow moveOnco more work against him on the Sabbath great departments In Washington ment of the frozen river, is due to Binning in ine war. American army (draft for for the benefit of the gaze of the world is focussed on Day. the city of Jerusalem -- that citadel and leaveV enough lo make a soldid appear in the blue fnce ice of this medical men have from the start tlu-I- two sons Herod, the Arabian, next fought been keeping in touch with our med- on a rock which has stood for Jew, (;,., auotlier divorce gold statute as large as that of the "trance vault. and - sl)0 ,,1,1 , rt.,,iv ,0 a Christian and Moslem as a city of for tho posKesioit of Jerusalem My big glacier In Alaska hold Kvery and sanitary arrangements andl,n:irrv i,ini7Goddes of Liberty, which stands on hh-iok' H rtm and elMi' it ur-nthe bodies of many men. Occasionally if the results of their observations ,,t..slillM. inv Udters to.i holinoes. the Capitol dome. to K'jiijp ho succeeded It; Imthey are surrendered again to the have been applied to their own or- -' .,,,.,.1, ..., .0, llL 1, ,,nW .. ....... ,iIO From at least 1000 11. C. it has pressing The .first issue of United States the Caesars with his qualifi1 been striven for by representatives of bonds to any considerable extent wan light of day, remarkably well pre - ganlzatioiis. as I have every, reason master, and not as wealtliv as cations for the vacant olhce of King I to believe they have, the I'ulted Hut I am glad to have the these three great religious. Tlio of made In 1730. It was found then served. Judea. (mntttu nrmv .inolit t,. t.L., tlw. tl..l.l Not Hint lly Pall. ,11m' iiiu ,11111 money fur the boys.' " present probable selge and attack by ,.i... that the indebtedness incurred by the Hut Herod was not wanted, and, Those who watch for Andrews ex- under better medical supervision than Kngllsli forms will make but one Involution was a matter of grave altho bearing the title of king, hit more chapter in a history already kingdom Importance. The Indebtedness was pect to see him as lu? was the day lie any iu the world. In other word! refused for three vears to tho American soldier ought to be tho died . tilled with accounts of b:lttes. sieges In many forms und on enormous acadmit him. and did only then FOR FLETCHER'S The tall did not seriously, injure I1ealthle.1t, backed as he K by a tiled- and political lutrlguos, which have counts. Alexander Hamilton came to Herod, backed by Roman legPeering over th" leal organization that has beuellted I resulted in continuous change of tho front with u plan, winch, alter Krni Andrews. ions, was able to force his vva Into brink, his companions saw him wedg- by all the expectances of our great government ami form of rule .a Ions and heated debate in CongJerusalem. I'KOGItA.M. Il has been etlniatcd that Jerusaress, was adopted.. It was decided to ed head down, in the crevasso eighty armies. The Sunday School Convention of lem has been taken by Invading host "Of course tho United States ha Ileuid Captures Cll.v. tho revolutionary debt by means feel below. They called to hint and fiui.d 'i Mlt.jIfiiiMi'i' lint 1,111 n Ut Ut tC unittit1i .tf ir sixty-seve- n times. of a hqwl Issue. Tho bond ran In 'm answered that he ws not hurt, always had n very highly ellidcnt ' thu ,14 'M'llltl ,' Willi three liunienkM battering Tho earlle.it written account of a rams utected on arlUlel.il mounds to threo series, tho bulk of the them but that the Intense chill was be- medical service. Tho only question K Ohio county will meet with Dundee whether or not it is lully prepared Haptlst church. Sunday, April 2'J, at Kiege ls contained In stone tablets tho mirth of tho city, the king finally. drawing 0 per eon?,. Interest, the ginning even to numb his bod.vt The others tried to reach him by tor the expansion necessary iu rals- - j ' :00 o'clock a. in., with the following discovered recently in Issue, amounting to about $GI,- .total after forty days of boiubardmen, :in. in Kgypt. in describing the OOO.pQO. Tho euemc proved to be tying thtlr pack ropes together, hut lug a large army. I say this because program br.ike his way thru the walls, and In ii:00 a. m. Local Sunday School of Abd Knlba, King of Jerusa- tho year 37 11. I". became actual triumph ovor those who had opposed ,,U llno WIIS t0" s,lorl- T1" nearest 1 doubt whether those outside the ori camp was on Crow Creek, twenty- - ganization understand its impor-anc- moots. lem, at the coming of a dete't hordo t.'onarch. H. J' : 15. Song and prayer. 0vo miles away, llefore it could he The layman usually thinks tho Illbh Ho besought his overHerod won tho title "The Great Honoueil $n,oio,(M(i. . 10:00. Report or sehools and en- lord In Kgypt to send him munition reaenea nnu tlio return made witu a only of the killing eflliiency of an hocauio of his enormous building In 1812 the Government was again long ropo Andrews would be frozen. army, not realizing that to bo able rollment of messengers. .nd men: tnus his .icroitiit shows projects. ccunpoUed to hi. now monoy. owing 10:r.0, Heading or niliiutos nud that the el-Thero was nothing they could do to kill the enemy an army's health was bolng fifor m tn tho year 70. soon after (lirM's jto, tlio' expense incurred in tho second early as I 0f II. C. wpr with Cheat Dritlan. Tills tlmo a but stand by und watch their leader must bo right up to scratch nlLtlte other business. prophecy or the temple, saving tint 10:45, How to secure timo. At the Mti.' tho citadel of Jerttst- - one Mane would not be left umrtJ loan of SI 1.000.000 wan negotiated, die. In a Sunday School W. SI. Fair and '.in wus lliti" more than a throslilng "Now, don't get excited, boys." .Must Do Pod b'lit-t- . m.other, tht. ItoniaiiH completely des? stuok btliie ifmued for the' amount "Th'e first essential tor au oltloiunt Aarott I toss. mw ua ny m joiibh'j rnrmers trnywl tho city. It surrendered t burrowed and the revenues of the tho freezing man admonished. "Take 1 1 : 15. How can tho SumlRy School who regaid-- .! the rock in an ira- - Titus Government pledged for Its pament. your time aud do thing carefully." army Is that It bo well fed. A well-fe- d after a siege, or 131 duv by his army ls au army in which dUfise help the Uudget plan, M. A. Brnbry nieguablo e. "I gueus it's no into," lie suuuted and strut word i Iroiy encamped on the hills to th. beOther loans lollowed at interveals (.!. Taylor. Ijvul, the hravlite, that he need n..t north, raiuine wus the lmin.di.to tween tin time ami the besinuiug ot up finally., "There's nothing you can prevention has Its greater chaauo'of and W. 11:16, Announcements. ... wrapt IN (nptitro. "f- - the lam., cause do. I'm freezing fat can'j feel my success. We cannot protect lioaltli Civil Wrfr the of the downtall. o det.imuio,?'' 12:00, Dinner. which Is uudormincd J.y iiiudoqunto and tho blind wro tally able to pro- - wste the iuhablunts to bold out ti .t' li mum in 1SH1 that the Govern-- , arm and legs now." p. m., How to maintain a feeding. Tho next tsseutiji ta eh ef1:30 Calm to the last, Andrews gave oit loan in its ment tu.trie the lars-ii- t thov sttuulU uto enrh oib . I,.& S. class. Dr. E. W. n young men's ficient army Is the immediate David. 1.0SVTM, fount out a va yielding. up to that time. In consid- thero th address of his wife. Ford. of epldemu. 'UuB't Tak Rk.M t'rsps. I'otti ttt these ;tri up m tUe Aater and eration oi the dinruttles urroiiud-iii.!- ,' llencoforth for centuiies .1. 8:00. No orthodox Sunday School aftfci I one siege "Hut don't make any effort to got problems nave be. 11 ko!,kI by ip, tin. Munition ,.i il the erittcal con-- i uutef i nd fie:. forbidden to nter Jerusalem. my body," b urged. "You'd only be "Th llrltish arniy wlthoct wrtbodqx toaclers Edgar 1 .;.vjt,i, 'i toe year well Ml n.Bd V but the gatps were upon to Christian lull in i!' t me. that iii'iettritinn Then' It became the City or David pilgrims cli'jhci u i t'e of the visual rlsliii g your pwn lives. It's far bet- is freo of (pidepiir. Since thB. out- Allen. nia alter the conversion 01 the 0, Offering and awsrdiug ban- - and vlibsloiid Ihe u&sault I die where I have lived and break of war we bave ) ,i.l but three ui the Hotiun Cnnstantine, who ideutiiu-.teats lii (he fmaiidu: bi.syr of ihe ter that Assyrians and Egyptians I forest ind j at r on the percentage basis. I "lifted for 500 uiV".id" yni boirowt',1 worked und limited for the gold I epidemic iu the Pi in ii.. .... nud .. .,n.ia.i : S'lK Haw '. tia tha -.- -. ft. .YKurs, until ,. wa cBuiureu. .ny vo. holy jtHi't.,.,.,....-,.,..- .built 'bundnyl-- . f - - -- - lltApat.ii. ... didn'l get. Goodbye boys and good iO each case these have r r. i,ion.:i.i it ubhm Sunday ?i:..otio.oovi i. n i1. is deal. I out almost tastantp, u ,,w thi, jjy BoltoolWroh ahUWs. buchadnoaiar. tho Babylonian. At that line the credit of the Gov- - luck." Jr.ala,u iT l. il, iL i.'lr rs duty to tbe Eaud.y ":15. Tbuy t.roopd away solemnly, coneentrating onr h- -t vf- 1 It u worlh llotlHg tUHt n ,ith ri.nu ut had tu Imparled ufc ,.,, tail . largo lo'iii could not be ob- - across the treacherous ice toward the gold lay. nuin i iu hay ( idinary way, aor cvt;a place wiwtre the reported And out sent word-t- o the wife. ,uwnn n, " 'i sii.uii (i;iiipKriiry ('copt Rr u ,t a m.. : pr rwmn U Miutlt.li " i'Au- Adjotiruaieiil. The HuMire in wblch Andrews lay as hrrn;"T.z uruo wet, .....ii, unu in 'vfumiivu iucn urv Muirt peniHi :ui at u nun rate ursueill CilV fOl- - till. II, all I lllll. up, " our chnreliee are expected to tfack the cuplnred Jews Iin 6tfl D. (. Tim alucler movn on. by IU experiencea with discuse tu Ui ( io,re Btituriad- -, cioMd ' ii.teMt. ChrbtimiH iu.1.1 ..ii. f.... o..... ...i ts moving still by many Inches Spanish Aniortoan war uikI inter In! elect and see mat meeseagers re After the captivity, when ic'rusu- - ..n--. ....'. t n,. .iiiuriud 'in. l&ai, u cnforrd Hnoa It x.. -. iff urn l t linil1 1 prebent with a report trotn, HBay'iem was rebuilt under Usrs and iv ..' tho tig camps in the m,i ,i,tr part " 'urt VKr .'"r' t. ,f " ,le Kefrt.larv of thv Trea.ura but otherwise Jerusalem has been a ' f of tlie United BUU. AVe ... aro unit ...... , yHBMV IVUI And the pruam-ctortrlod cltoil. NehMiilsh. the city hecatue st proa Moslem possesion .ui,. jjuni ui NI.IVVl since the A nib peroueana wealthy thnt.Jt was look-o- d conquest. umcii smiLDi. war " clwbavp porfoctwl It Sim., any m mma OTW "w a"s lo than had ever'bMm given to W. M. FAUl, Hbadawy fo 'of AwJrow's and upon with envy liy th (.reek with tho k,u- i. a i.u nmiHum Committee. Alexander tho Urit. .Ho, however, immediately after sdlpuriiment. fitec- - lo,,," . practically stamped oui li, ourwholo was not compelled to light for It. hut fuas nurrtea to wew xars army we now have "but i..Ur qr Hve S.ir JltHHt'lit rm Chilili-oii- , Fevertoblf c4fJiMi' lbut in the yeur 33S was luvittd In by a to mu'nu it loitu. A Uieilugttf Xew to procession of whllerohed .priests. 1 an AnM.4itir Salve, the tesulpof "Is it nf'."' the ttrst u Yhn need Dr King's New Discovery case of oiUerlc rover in one wohUi. i il, waa culUd. ' . Kpfctepirs eonsWwwi when bnjing cdngh whom he described as wurt.hiniuK. 40 . to stop that cold, the soothing bal- exiK.riejtce m a dnu i.i. . A UeBMM-nblIkritsi.-a- . Chani.er- "Tke Vnltcd State army fMcaf medicine for children. Ingreditiits heal tbe Irritated 'r.i.l Is uken froto the !,.- -. Iir, MnMalwana IteioKwI. it was a mor. i. oM..011. simI1"1" know all about our gKpjrt- - i'.''fc '"UKh Kewtly bag long ln,?n ', Theu ueme one of the most dls- - Hens f ...-.. u.ulu at ti. n.fc lbt,u( membrane. Boothe (he sore ibfoat, sulborlllee U)Ut.,,, of young jtressing periods in the history of itn, have ow.. :tkfe uutifHitt qnallttae kiH (be germ ence. Tbey Isnow (bat (he probl.m,a favorlU- - with mothers 1. 1.1.1 ve.o all . be ntf. der hlL ' ' (he otttbreuk of (he present greet children us it contain ljoj-lur oily, when Alexander's "UT mM" ' successor, (list at. u...,t.u gtMi h..,, 'hiiui ivgnk-""'- 4 tern ot Mme iu '"" ..' "'" otUt-- r narcotic, ' and msv'bii alveu- ,iih,mnH u.1.,,,,. .,av v.,.i..,.,... oii.uiu- - .....,. .. --'King', New inecovery bus for S viir was. Has modern me. licit ..,..., l....... DiuriiEiiiiii..... ..,..1 i. ji-- . " .1 wire wiled into eutitirrtmc , IV ti,iHHn ' - j. ..wn ...III KIIUIllll )l 1. it.lllfVWuft tit AhmIk ....... in..iii iu ii,. I, ..1.1 anally adoptu was that l'a'K ,0t'" t)in htagdart rtJMaljr for cnableit us lo prevent epidemlgg in a child as eonfldeally as to ait adult hanea, completely U1W i,; nuuit. s.r lt;ll ..c'.,.i.. . Utl'.tllVl 1. ..u ..liau It oi weaet'H warfare? Their answer is U is pleasant to take, loo. which It li.tLii.t.. ua.l uumotvigiiB, SMI .ii.nii.l tw an .ii,me!ii.( i...ue "igh and 'oltU lp Uottaauda iu,r no- - reiuoav known fin- - rv,... ir.i.i medicine tonulMitoH to. urnsh and surny nat (tit i bUle abd have Ires. Th Aiaerloan authuritlef Iliy jof great ImiiofUiHoe whe iiui,-- . to i" , i, i.".,i ,i,,ii (ji.i) ot.tr. 8Br4lB1. Chap.. .. .. 1... uruiHi'm ' -..d In ui' wediLse ehost for aiMre gs (nor aro to the iieceeelij fyr magi be gtYH 1 young ohlldren. Tutvbh MFa hbwa Ala.. l, .. ,i lit 7 .0 ii. r i.,i ' ut. Th" '' ', Jlemlsoii,,, u(c. A ilia Ii; eekolenoy tn thotr grtuy us bi all ni- -, This loniairy is moot oUTwitta! in re- - ivm ' ppi ,.t arbsee aiMl U (nvtrii.v.ual to aiatuaiMWIIB. WHO. 11 BVhI aimM.,!.. Ihi' v''l'"i nmi ' """" fH III in i t b" ... .,.! aularn, ll,u .1,.. uh uwaniMHtHl ' n. A. ., ju.a.lfr iVll.tnm tUVS ISMrmvl- rn,u ,,M ll,l ' IIavIU mkUlflui. uUd UIUI- flUlln wn- - . j, ...-i"j', i ;i ti " uhs.'l "" hit witnoul It 'I'ueiilv.ilvi i, I 'oi 111 UU it up to the med leu I brnuvb ut th" 'ulnuble everywhere. Independent JowUl, Mnirdon. ,x,M ., '. the banks wore to take Uieiu la pro-.,!., , o,l(11 HOW UNCLE SA Kentucky Educational CHEbi AaJtioj LOUISVILLE, APRIL Tickets on sale April Sec nearest J limit May 1st. Agent Particulars. l - QQQQ?XXXw$1i?XZ&S&"rt?v"'d T AT n-- J sIlIju .". m.T ITC8 Jr vo s iiir-miu- ej For Overcoats, Suits, Odd Pants, Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloaks. Don't miss us. All new and J Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. lli-o- p s?,?;vvsv;vrftsj; PH i:,ki. I 0, I T,i re-be- en r j re-ic- al 11 ey 1 Koelie-111:11- '' "., ' Cliildren Cry se CASTO 1 RA j dls-tte- n. - e. 1 'ht fo-;r- inves-tigattp- iy - ! i 1 t . . n.-dlg- Pa-to- ,, ,,,, U-- ij' ! i ..;.;. '',:r.;:i ! - if:r ""."""" n. .. .' j ji,. s -- " "" ie l.fttl, w" aar it lutir s ld ...,,. qaf-Blto- 3Pt:ro yW 3M:oaatcx . i - iu"1' "" -- .. ..,.., h,ii , .....m --- wm ,,.. . to-4- ay i . ;'! 'i ,jui, (. ". !' ww ,, : io iv i.; '" lei-urn- - -- '' r-' IlrK ". 'A I , ',r' '"" 'I HTHTPT -g A ..SW tlVu-- f -- &- " OS lieutenant colonols and 77 morning 'lUll I I CT tho following In 1903 ho was selected ns long HILL LLI ILILIlu ll, morning Rlrango apparatus, with tiio ofllcer to reestablish the arnrf wires attnehed, was cast overboard GROW OWN FOOD schools at Fort Leavenworth, which TELLS In ,1! nt different places and tho wires nrc today recognized as among tho connected with tho Ynrrowdale's best olllcer training Institutions In system of chart cabin. This was a world. Tho Infantry, tho cav- submarine telegraphy which would ( I.M.MiailATIO.V OI'KICKIIK .., 100 IIOIIMKH LOST WIII2.V flKOIt- - transmit and receive orders at a din-- , jury, inu mkiiiii, nnu mo Sinn colOAHDKNH I'Oll INTICItXUI) (1IC WAK Ttmi'KI)Oi:i IIY leges at Leavenworth are all crea tanco of 150 miles. Wc were conruti:ia'i:its. IIV I'UYMK. In April,, tions of Ocnernl Hell. Puymo nil tho time. nected wflh tho tlOOO, Ocnernl Hell, who has been If anything suspicious nppuured on ' promoted n major general, was nam- tho horizon the news was ImmediateWashington, April 10. All aliens e,i clilor or staff of army nnd served Marcli Copenhagen, 30. What ly forwarded to the Captain of the now detulned nt civilian Internment ... ,..-.- . rnn.ipltv .... ...... vnnn7, luilnv n 11n , ..,, fnr four ...... tappeiiH wlion a German bcii raider Puymo." camps nml immigration stations in succeeded In April 1910, by Major coiirlug tho Atlantic sinking mer-ehnthe United States because of inability General Leonard Wood, whose place Hiirnlim Anil Hliiiliis Relieved. vessels, liv graphically portrayglv- ho now lakes on Governors Island. ed In the story of tho destruction of Sloan's Liniment quickly takes Hioj10 ,m,lf' f(,r '""nisslon will bo l' n" opiiortunlty to grow their own On his retirement ns chief of staff, shipping by tho flcrnuui .commerce-dpsitroypaln out of strains, sprnlns, bruises a pIpjim 'f"d If Hi" Immigration service can Oencral Hell went to tho I'hlllnnlnes ,.ii i..i., I'uyme, mi related to a. ...i Ull immviu nl rnMa u.w..., ' 111 vin.M.11 remaining easily applied, Il quick - nntl fanning communities sultablo ns commander-in-chie- f, Hooter correspondent ly Capt. A. Mear llq-l- d K,Us ,8,u"-'aml thero until April, 19H, when ho was Andnrhon, of I ho Nor velgnn stenm- - iy penetrate, without rubbing. Sloan's for ,llljir M,;m,H' ' ll relieved by Major General Thomas r Ilulllijurg, which was mink by tho Uiilmont does not stain tho skin or "l,,,,r ulle"H-thc0""try cn ot ,,CMurl II. Harry. Slnco his return to tho raider whllo on her way from New the pores like mussy plasters or 00 , "r " war, will be cleared United States, In the latter part of i,r...,in rt,n.it.,ntii.:'"-'cnwYork to a French port. v i Uiiniuuioi 1914, lie lias held some ot the most It was tho I'nymc, according to lies nnd pains, neuralgia, gout and UI"icr lM" " '" lTons ",Kt" from German and (important posts in tho service, tho n rem Capt. AnderKoli, which Fault tho lumbago havo this "'!" i" nmmisui inBl that us commanding general of British HtcmnerH Voltaire, Georglc For tho pains of grippe ,u,Hlrm" iy handy tIl0 western Department, with hend- and Mount Teuiplo and accuiuuhitc.l and following strenuous work.lt gives iinrmirs, iiiiiiiiiiissauiu uimur her prisoners on board the Yarrow-- i nick, relief. A all druggists, ur. 'iieiu Wilsons war proclamation, win ' quarters In San Francisco. bo Included in tho moving order, n3 2 dale, on which vessel they wero taken cents. will citizens of friendly countries! TUB LADIKS" HOME JOURNAL, Among them wore to Germany now held on account of inability to THE SATURDAY EVENING POST many Americans, since released. Could Fli:urou lilt. meet tho requirements of tho law. and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN I'athetlc scenes attended the sinkAn olllcer who supcrliiteded the to secure tho spare time of a ing of tho Mount Temple and the roolpt of stores needed a clerk, and Under tho Immigration laws tho Georglc, both of which carried hund-red- s told the sergeant-majo- r to hunt up man and Austrian merchant crews man or woman to act as local repre-hsiv- e the same stutus ns any Vither scntntivo In Hartford and viciultv. of liorses, ('apt. Anderson said. one. The sergent eventually singled foreigners seeking admission, but as looking nftcr the renewals of their g private1 and took "Tho Mount Tuinple." tlio Captain out n enemy alleii they nro barred. many subscriptions In this section, gaiil. "had on hoard 750 horses and hint to tho olllcer. No aliens turned back nt the Nat- - and introducing theso publications a lniiuher of dons. When she was "Aro you a clerk?" demanded the Ion's Eastern gates havo been deport- to new readers. Payment will be Mink It was painful to nee and hear cuptalii. ed since the war began because of made in salary and commission. Pro many hundreds ,of liorses and dogs "No sir," replied tho man. file perils of travel. vlous experienco Is desirable but not Htmggllng and swimming about, a "Do you know anything about fig- At the present time tho immigration essential. For details address, with Loufused mass in tho foaming son. ures?" , service even Is holding undesirables roferoncos, Hox THE CURTIS "I can do a bit, replied the man. j from Cuba. This policy. Immigration PUHLISIIING COMPANY, Intlepond-ofllc!a- ls Hundreds of Horses Killed. "Another appalling sacrlflro of modestly. tonight, has tilled 1m- -, once Square. Philadelphia. 17t2 " A bit!" sntnlod tho odlcor. "Is migrationsaid nni' ' il lire took placo with tho sink- stations to overflowing, o ...... ..... lltt.t?' Ullt.l I Iiik of the Georglc, which1 carried as .1.1.. .1... ""'" '""" '"" 7" "'"" "" '"" The Immigration service aims to CCXTERTOWX. ivf i, of her cargo 1,200 horses. The iiu ui inu Baihtiuiii.-iu.iju,,.n ., ,, n,,,wl.tllM,v to engage in (Too lato for last week.) "Yes, sir." holies wero muddoucd by the explofarming If arrangements can be made Mr. ('orbit Knott, Attrlce Paught "Well," growled tho captain, "I it was said tonight, not only that the sion of tho torpedo which heeled the and Willie Renecr Joined tho State tb'prgic over, wrenched thomsclvoa suppose I'll havo to put up with country's food production may be in' Guards Saturday. ' re and, uttering terrifyiiiR sounds, him!" creased hat much, but for the beneWo are sorry to givo up our boys, Turning to the piivale, lie snap- ficial effects on the aliens them''T.iiRed into tho sen. Some of them but glad to know they are willing to Itched tho Puymo and beat with ped, selves. The plan, which has been de- help protect our home land. their forefeet on tho vessel's aldo in "What were you In civilian life?" veloped only in a general way, is to Forsia Hoyd was brought homo n frantic attempt to climb to safety. "Professor of mathematics at group persons of tho same nationality from Akron, Ohio, Saturday where At last the crew was ordered to shoot College, sir!" was the reply. together. Aliens nrrlving In the fu- he died of pneumonia. the horses with their revolvers. Tills ture, if iuadmissable, will be added Funeral services were held at the nhootlug continued for half an hour. to tho colonies. . Unptist church and tho remains laid Describing the. appearance of tho Many aliens have been admitted to to rest in the Ceutcrtown Cemetery. FOR FLETCHER'S Herman raider when she sunk the the country recently who In normal Stilllo Mason and Matthey Hen-to- n Ilallbjorg, Capt. Anderson said: times would have been turned back, camo homo from Akron Saturday Q "Tho rail of tho I'umo suddenly immigration olllclals said tonight, be- night. llarbers for War Service, dropped and the vessel, which wo had cause there was no room at immigraMr. Harve Condit lias moved into Columbus, O., April 7. If Presitaken for a harmless Kngllsh mertion stations for their detention. tho property recently purchased from chantman, revealed herself now us a dent Wilson Issues a call for volunMr. J. T. Rone. modern German warship with several teers a company of barbers, who will Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Brown of How's This? Suns pointed nt us. Wo saw several follow tho Ohio soldiers into the Wa offer One Hundred Dollars 'Point Pleasant visited his sister Mrs. torpedo tubes. There were two G trenches If necessary, will bo organized by Dick Grabs boss Reward for any case of Catarrh O. M. Rots Tuesday. Inch guns, fore and aft, and two of Miss Hello Condit of Point Pleassame kind on a lower deck. Lat- barber at a local hotel. Grabs thinks that cannot bo cured by Hall's thii ant Is visiting her brother at this Catarrh Cure. no dilllculty in orer we found that thu cover over the he will experienco place. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. i'uyme's emergency steering gear ganizing thu "razor squad." W e, tho undersigned, have known K. J Lnke went to Hartford Mr. 'W.'-H- . present war has shown that Cheney for the lnt 15 years, nnd bellevn "The concealed another big gun. dim perfectly honorable In all business again Saturday night. Seems strange mustaches and beards are decidedly transactions and financially able to carry Suliiiiariuo Telegraphy. out any obligations made by his Arm. ho has so much business there on After ('apt. Anderhon and the other unsanitary In trench fighting," de- NATIONAL BANK OK C6arMEP.CE. Toledo. O. Saturday and Sunday nights. prlsonors qt the sunken .vessels had elnred Grabs. "If the hoys aro called Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, ebeen placed on hoard tho Yarrowdalo it will bo our duty to see that each acting directly upon the blood and muHusiness Scholarship. cous surfaces ot the system. Testimonials tho Germans went cruising with thu mnri gets the 'once over' as often as sent free. Price 76 cents per bottle. Sold Wo have for sale, a scholarship, Hrltish possible. IT tho enemy should attack by all Druggist. I'uyme, and the captured good for a complete course In either Ttke llall'a Kmllr Illli for conitlpaUon. wo could wield our raz, us suddenly, steamer St. Theodore. Bookkeeping nnd Accounting or "Wo noticed," the' Captain tald, ors with good effect." CAKEKIt OK GKX. .1. KKANKLIX , Stenographers Course In tho Owens-bor- o HKLL, HORN IN KENTUCKY Business & Industrial College. For particulars apply at Republican Major General J. Kranklln Dell, office. tt U. S. A., tho now commander of the Eastern Department of tho army, GIGANTIC SEA RATTLE with headquarters on Governors Is land, is one ot tue best Known of- - iK Predictoil as Result of Amrrica'i He is a West llcers of the army. Kntianco Into tlio Wur. Pointer of tho class of 1S7S, and years in the I iierne, Switzerland, during his thirty-nin- e via Paris, army probably no ofllcer In the ser-- ) April 11.- - --Tho military critic of tho vico has luul mure dilllcult uesign Iiazel Aachricliten believes that tho nicnts. 'American fleet will "sooner or later As a lieutenant ho iiarllcinattul In lead to a revival of an aggresslvo sea soino of tho liardeHt IlfjlulnB In tho policy against Germany and will Indian cmnimlBiis In tho early oIrIi-itle- s. probably culminate in a gigantic batlio was a ilrst lieutenant in tho tle, which will put the Dardanelles 'Seventh Cavalry when a part ot that light lu the sunde." v j famous regiment fought tho battle of Tho writer says that tho allied Wounded Kneo ln December, 1SD0, fleets will n ml behind tho German In which battle Captain George I). coast defenses "an opponent who Pink-ham- 's Wallace was killed nnd Hell's brother-in-- knows what disastrous results tho i law, General Ernest A. Gnrllnc-to- success of such im n X then a lieutenant, was wounded. undertaking would have for his fath- -' ? At tho outbreak of tho Spanish i'rland." wnr Iiell was promoted to major and ! j ma uusorvcr luriner ueneves nun assigned to duty with tho volunteer ,If America .ittenipt,s to transport Doctor Stild Operation or Death IJut Medicine Cured, organizations. After a fow months troop8 t0 Europo Germany will aban-h- o l)es Moines, Iown. "My luisbnnd says I would was transferred to tlio Pacific ,Iou ,lur submarino cauipalgn In tho m lllltlMUffiMi have liecn in my irravo today Lad it not been for Coast, and on Juno 1C, 1S9S, sailed Mediterranean and mass all available Lydia E. PiiiltJmiii'a Vetrcthblo Compound. I suf fered from ;i sorioua feiiialo troublo and the doctors from San Francisco for Manila and.u boats against the American trans-too- k a prominent part In tho attack port8i iIo lB Uunlous of tho ,,rCsent Eaid I eould not live ono year without un oiieration. My husband objected to tho operation and had .mo on Manila In tho August foliowlug. valu0 or America as a military aid. try Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Comuound. I Ono of the exploits was to don ii'and says that tho standing army, tho bathing suit and swim outlnto the ' on)y I)reaent forco fit for modern war. Boon commenced to get better and am now well and auio to uo my own housowork. I can harbor nud around tho Spunlsh fort- - ls neP(le(, at hoiho t0 wntch Mexico. 12. 1'uikham's Vcgctablo ComiMUiid to Ideations to get certain information Ho calculates, however, that tho TV PP any woman ti 3 a wonderful health restorer." Mrs. which was not to bo had In any other Unljed States has 15,000,000 men of iiLAKcnu JiUTEn6ox,703 Lyon bu, VC3 Moines, lawa. way. military ago whom it can equip and Subsequently, as Colonel, com- train, and that tho entente has acAuotlicr Operation Avoided. manding tho Thirty-sixt- h United quired nu ally who may prove tho Richmond, Ind. -- For two years I was o sick and weak from Ktatc8 Volunteers, female troubles that when going up stairs I had to go very slowly Volunteer Hell decisive factor in tho war. with my hands on tho itcps, then sit down at tho top to rest. Tho participated in tlio Luzon campaign, t doctor said ho thought I should havo an ojwration, and my friends j nnd for ills gallantry iu tlio operu-jtlon- s Spring. to inovo into our now house. My daughter thought I would not llvo against tho Filipinos, recolved Spring is looked upon by many as asked mo to try Itfdia K. Piukham's Vegetable Compound ns sho had tho congressional medal of honor. tho most delightful beasou ot the taken it with good results. I did so, my weakness disapjieared, I Tho act that won tho honor was tho year, but this cannot bo bald of tho gained in strength, moved into our now home, do nil kinds of garden personal leading of his men 111 a rheumatic. Tho cold tnil damp hundreds of chickens nnd ducks. I eaunot say work, and raised charge against tho ciuimy works. weather brings on rheumatic pains enough in praiso of Jydia 13. Pinkham's Vegetable Comj.ound." Mrs. Also In recognition ot his Philippine wiiich aro unythlng but pleutant. M. O. Joiinstox, Uouto 1), 15ox 100, Richmond, Ind. Of course there arc many serious cases that only a service, ho was promoted to bo brlg-- I They can lio relieved, however, by udicr goneral of tho volunteors, bo-- I applying ('humberluiu't Liniment. We freely acknowledge surgical operation will relieve. lug ut tho tlmo tlio youngest general Obtainable everywhere. m this, but the above letters, and many others like them, i in tho army. a. - operations arc recommended when Suhbubs My neighbor has a big amply prove that manyIn tho reorganization of the reg ular army In 1901, Hell was nomi- dog that wo aro all afraid of. What I medicine in many cases is all1 that is needed. nated and confirmed ns a brigadier would you advise? C If you want special ndvlco write to Lydia IJ. PinUIinin MediLawyer Oct a bigger one. Five of'Itcgulars, jumping in that promoCo. (confidential) Lynn, Muss. Your letter will bo opened, cine tion over SSI captains, 277 majors, dollar, please. Uoston Transcript. read aud answered by n woman and held in strict confidence I A that on JEUQ ls. ..'' J fat Cmtimtt JBTluid Prachmi IASTI1A MMMnreW-MMMWB-- Tcr Infanta and Children. H SfturASHlRU I'i.b f"rlVj-- Mothers 11 l Ksbow That nt .: ":, ' - -- .. ii i nrvrn. Genuios Oastona i Airiivinf.-- fl PER CENT. J i.- ,w iiviii "'. J" " i Qlii3SES i V AVciflaMcFrcpafafienBrAs-..mitntiivMlicroodbyRcMv ' iintj llicStOMacasnnuM!jwl Always Bears tlie lliercttyTfomoHntfDtieMtonrl QCCrfulnfSSMtfliCSUA-H"-- ' Signature iL M,p of nnithprdiiiifin.Morpiiinen'' Mineral, , if otmicotic; well-know- i uVxSrKM lv a Aritrirea (1inXnlXpf l&fcry.vriifl'rrr wraiJt. i ! ( Gor-.wl- ) ; AfirlpfulRcmcdyfcr ConsllpaUandDiarrhoM I mul Fcvcrishncss .i? SI !EP rcsultiniiihcrerconniijri" u rf T& d Jrs v ln Use ktw Hwfir gw u t I H sober-lookin- i i 'l '! rr.cSirmfcSijni,oC NTimCnrrAvaCoAsv. wT?v.r trnns-atlantl- c. YORK. Thirty Years fs twarr7???STvt3.ri?t m ?ai5HSfifflPS?S CD-i- ' 6S ases-- i faSM hm r; iS ii j "l j Exact Cojiy of Wrapper. nmsk 3Jbi.!a ttfiinauEia iK'na: TMC 8i SC7S7 P a .51 VMi, f m --- h i f5i SW k !M fi& s isn CCKTAUII COfirANV. NEW V&AK CITY. i. &! r Children Cry CASTORIA Starck Pianos iSS3rflf' E?Si?v33liIB (m) No Money inAdvnnce tion Gunr Snt!hfiic rff ' i " '- -i nnteed Terras S2 Prices h at E- n b i Saving of SlOOO to O A sl'W- Is h!fS't9l!m fr'1 5 i'm-Tiril- i ill' "5ailft?iW il ' ( a.Sj!-35!?Bap- Imm-diate- ly P. A. STARCK ftESIOCNT From F.c lory Direct Ca3gJSi i' -- H JeI ZZ&Zl sr'CiGO, We will ship you a beautiful Starc,k Pian. for 30 days' frio trial. In your Tiome. No cash payment rcnulied. MX we asft Is that you will play upon, use ana test this piano for 30 ilays. If, at the end of that time, you do not find It the lilehcst crade, .sweetest toned and Jlnest rikino in every mv. that vou havo over soen for the money, you are ut jierfec .liberty to penrt it back, and wo will, in that J i:im. pay mi; irriijni. uiun )s. x. , siarcu i'lano muat niaito coou wJln you, or there Is no sale. 30 DAYS' FREE TB1AL !VhP cc-- cont of your piano. We guarantM' to furnifb jcu a better piano for tlie iiionry tlou jou cm curo dnewbrrc. ou srouisiirnl of receiving a ut!;factory SWKt Urn:! djral.le MkIi gral piano. , MUM. taH.MMtLtEW Starclc riano I fruarantrctl for 15 jfars. U- Save $150.00 or Mora Jintt to you from our facto, 31&U.G9 to B.ivc prills upuanil Wc (Jilp Easy Payments at J:c uu cash down, but nftcr 30 dayi Tea of trial, jou rcn Irvrin payment on the low-oKuicHt terms ever sugBes'ciUby a piano lr.inufadurt'f. ThM tcmii are arraniced to tvit your and it is possible for ynu u tmyi a phnj fur your bome, without iriittfnc; tlu moiiy. . , that jou i.t r7 Etot r 2nd Ti -- Hand Bargain F!3ysrPitfrtl n SiUirrh tre tbfi arhf most beautl Jul liaua ua tkt Aiu wm ue z cnarkeL liprhUii with llie'nuny aiarcn floe fflanif fiponenci', nr.il the rfro-tatio- n of an riwnsib!c jiIjdo bouse. Thii jTusraoti; ht Jurit ol it our 35 years ot plino 50 Fros Musis Lessens To eery putfhawr of Starck Pijnos, m- - giT free inus.c lemons, in enc cf the btit J.HOUTI nlwob In Chlcapo. Thet? l.mn you csn tskc ln your own iioir.e, y mall. This trpriwnts one year's Ir. instruction. iiuLrs til rn in !' (hanirp for m'w Bunk 1'ianoa l'ljcr-rijncf- . Tlie billow. nJ I inc arc a few rairple UirpJiH: ituidartl iirsfctlf t linre number of ulaii'j ofu.il all iiul (woniHuti'l have constantly en lunt) lit rirt wtDer Steinway Starcl: tfno.oo &5.00 Chickering Kimball 92.00 &80.00 elusive ot tbest vnodirtul instruments, and will tu pUacd wllli the lory low prion! at whlcb ttiy ran be Kccurcd. a Piano Boob Frao uni liand bargain -l- 195.00 Sml for onr latrrt cempleu lltU I The Right Medicine in Many Cases Does Better than the Surgeon's Knife. Tribute to Lydia E. Vegetable Compound. , livmi u, Anglo-America- ''' l)tt I P. A. STARCK PIANO CO rfmnmrMwirmmmnr flnHII 1313 Slorok Bia., CHICAGO! l. J aaiH7Tmiiiiii himissh BW iJBtf - Sornl indjy for our new lieautifiilly illustrated planj x wlucii giro 70U a lirro amount of lnforma. tion reguriling ptanpj. This I look will interest and I plcaw you. Write today. I Ki r an Be Whatever 1 You Want To Be You can be a success, and a big success, if you havo IllHfllll iecom-iuend.Lyd- ia AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. Tlie road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite for preparedness. The big men of today almost wiiihout exception aro tho men who prepared yesterday. Wo prepare you for tho position that are waiting for tho prepared man or woman. School to session tho entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. X t is win;i.i,iii. I Mel 4 (Incorporated)' OWENSBORO, KY. it I "X ' . itv i '..'i ru. u..f , - te. . wi' ' 0 - . l ,i 'M fj , ri; ii't1-- . gTl ANNOUNCEMENTS. count;-- . Announcements for couu-- j intendont of Schools In this column un- Subject In tho Primary Election, lit tho Primary. f.00 In advanco. urday. August I, 1917, a District otnees. $2.IiO. For .Inller. We nro authorized to announce tho I'or RcproentJitlvc. Wo nre authorized to unnoiihce the candidacy of M. C. SIIROADKIl for candidacy of h. L. KMHRY for the- tho Republican nomination for JailRepublican nomination for llepro- er of Ohio county. Subject to tho sentntlvo of Olilo county. Subject Primary Election, Saturday, August ' to tho Primary Election, Saturday, 4, 1917. 4, 1 1 7. August Wo are authorized to announce tho Wo aro authorized to announce the candidacy of .1. W. DUVALL for tho candidacy of IR. W. I.. LAWLESS Republican nomination for Jailer of to tho Prifor tho Republican nomination for Ohio county. Subject Representative of Ohio county. Sub- mary Election, Saturday, August 4, ject to the Primary Election Satur- 1917. day, August 4, till 7. Wo nro authorized Io announce ih0 candidacy of U. K. TINSLKY for tho For County .IikIkp. Wp are authorized to announce tho Kepubllcaii nomination for Jailer ot candidacy of MACK COOK for the Ohio county. Subject to tho PrimaRepublican noinlnatlou for Judge of ry Election, August , 1017. the Ohio County Court. Subject to We are nutborlzed to announce tho tho Primary Election, Saturday, Aucandidacy of S. A. LEE (or tho Regust 4, 1917. publican noinlnatlou for Jailer or We nro nuthorlztMl to announce tho Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary candidacy of It. It. WEDDING for Election, August 4, 1917. the Iter jbllcan noinlnatlou for Judge Wo nro authorized to announce tj10 of the Ohio County Court. Subject to the Prlmnry Election, Saturday, candidacy of .1. T. WEDIHNU for tho Republican nomination for Jailer of August 4, 1917. Subject to tho PrimaOhio county. We nre authorized to announce the ry Election, August 4, 1917. candidacy of It. It. .MARTIN for the We nro authorized to nunounco tho Republican nomination for Judge of tho Ohio County Court". Subject to candidacy of CHARLEY .IOHNHO.V the Prlmnry Election, Saturday, Au- for the Republican nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to gust 4, 1917. tho Primary Election, Saturday, AuWe nre numorizert to announce the gust 4. 1917. candidacy of .1. A. ItELLAMV for the We aro authorized to nnnounce tho Republican nomination for Judge of tho Ohio County Court. Subject to candidacy or ('. A. SMITH for tho for Jailer of nomination the Primary Election, Aug. 4, 1917. Subject to the Primary Ohio county. We nre authorized to nunounco tho Election, Saturday. August 4, 1917. candidacy of SILAS L. STEVENS for We nre authorized to nunounco tho the Republican nomination for Judge of tho Ohio County Court. Subject candidacy of WORTH II'ICIIEN'OU to tho Prlmnry Election, Saturday, for the Republican nomination for 1 August 4. 1917 Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturday, AuWo are authorized to nnnounce the gust 4, 1917. candidacy of WINSON SMITH for the Republican nomination for Judge ot We aro authorized to nnnounce tho Ohio County Court. Subject to of .1. W. I'ERRV for the tho primary Election, Saturday, Au- Republican nomination for Jailer of gust 4, 1917. Ohio county. Subject to tho Pri mary Election, Saturday, Auguit For County Attorney. 4, 1917. We" nro authorized to announce the candidacy of A. 1). KIRK for the ReWe aro authorized to announce tho publican nomination for County At- candidacy of P. .M. IIHOW.V for tho torney of Ohio county. Subject to Republican nomination for Jailor ot the Primary Election, Saturday, Au- Ohio county. Subject to tho Primagust 4, 1917. ry Election, Saturday, August 4, Hartford Republican. j; Ihkftlotd, Kj., " Bntrfd Hrcontlnff to law nt th in. wiKll mnttr ot til ! "' I""" "!ro'-,NONE OK LATIN AMERICAN RE-- , to create an audible noise. PUBLICS OPPOSE ACTION The volunteer system was all right AKAI.NHT GERMANY. to In Address all communications the Hint lock and It tho days of Republican. i Hartford would possibly answer now If only a few men were needed. Wo know not now, however, what duration or AID MAY MEAN MUCH NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS itcrllir rtwlrtnir Ihi- - t.HHT will ton iirwwjlat pr()portoilS the war will as-- . n)c ddmiu.tKlvrtli.i.l.lu.l.lr.-lnini,Vlu(tthfis(iu,( U(J snmK ,lcroforc be- ,2,"i,..!.KM.nn.tXii.iPrlriiDfaii.lic hind tho President and the War De- - Could Put At ICiiM One Million Men giving ot- In The Field Ami Assist fT line for nrliiliUlliiniilliiTll'U. Tlnnkp..V partmellt In tho policy of Ol'ltonrlc, Kfnilullonmin.H.'iinl nt an opportunity to ,))an cfJ. In Other Wny.s. i ""''"""" MM.monY Nation. wrvlri-ilint otlift SL.rvo the STnmW.7"lne .... v t ,. titVKTT at service? Is It mothers of such moil who object to '1" '""" thoir offsprings taking an equal chunco with other sons? If so thcro ' disappointment that tho op- Editor ' ,s C,,0UBU r"w' 3TT SS tho fathers and I SOUTH AMERICA BACKS UNCLE SAM I j . Manager! .t" nt , ' aj0 Cksrcli NolUn" lor Bonjmou " fn. , nmjjiuuUiitluuii will Ltiti ttvt no CANADA PLACES WHEAT ON THE FREE LIST. Washington, April 1C. Prompt Curatollatli ..... FRIDAY S3I.-FII- 01' endorsements' from South America Ottawa, Out., April 17. The Gov- - ,,f tho action of the United States Is :3 eminent has placed wheat, wheat ()f the action of the United States in CS flour and semolina on the free list, war are tho cource of great gratin thus opening United Slates markets cation. Thcro remained today but APRIL an to Canada and Canadian markets In three countries Equador, Venezuo- j Lf -; .- H : Ttm m i ill ill -- Hi ) r ii i n M H I. r f1 'i .n theso products. la and Colombia which bad not de- Under the reciprocal clauses of the nni., their positions and It was be- American tariff, thu United States lieved that before tho end of tho The German retreat shows more will admit free wheat and wheat pro- - week they too, would respond, With the exception of Costa Illca good common sense than military ducts to any country which admits STRAY STREAKS. American wheat without duty. The none of the Central American group strategy. Canadian tariff has heretofore pre- - )UI declared Its attitude but no (By Fluke McFluke.) Editor Coombs. If there vented this privilege being availed Cern over where their sympathy will be placed has been felt at the state are any charges we won't kick on of. Tho nction taken by the Canadian department. the standard rate. Every time I think of that Government Monday removes the du- s0 far Cuba is tho only war spot In implanted garden out homo May 6th Is ty and automatically opens the mar asbut the positions I almost mako up my mind to join county Is making kets 0t cacn country to the other Bay and Ohio, sumed by Panama and Costa Hlca army and go to war. strenuous efforts to break all records Tlc orjCr is due to dilllculty ot 1,iu(;t. tliotu practically in tho llt of the ! for local attendance. export abroad owing to shortage of warring nations nnd almost no doubt There's nothing which brings forth ocean tonnage and the fact that the reiiuins that Brazil will be at war tho odor of moth balls nnd tho popua man wno woum marr,- io Brllish niari:et has heen virtually within a few days. The only govern15. V. D's., llko military duty should not be granted cI()g(, for CanailB-- whcilt ot ,flWcr ments that have not been frank in larity of loft-ovthese last few warm days. a divorce in later years, nor should ra(je their endorsement of the step taken the woman in the case fare better. T, (,utIe;J remoV(Ml nre 10 Cent, by the I'. S. aro Chile and Peru, tho Why In tho Sam Hill docs your ' '. a bushel and 45 cents a barrel on former confining itself to a formal Tho Chicago Journal says they up from three to live times .loflnrnHmt nf tinutrnlllv nml link Int. work idle flour aro going to put the great actors and h,"h when the Hshiug season op- tor to "deploring" the fact that the;as up trenches to convicts in ,the first-lin- o ens as it did during the off sea- Prof, ltoss Withdraw.. Uiiited States had been unable to ad- keep the Stars and Stripes in front. To the Republican voters of tho just her dilllculty with Germany What we call a banner joke. county and those who havo given me without recourse to war. dipt. Cox says every time ho oblig-, , ..... i f u. ...-.- . lint .......-..,- , u ... i.in,..i ji.. . nt.i. ,... ., t ine Sonne unvu ui uuiu luuiuj Tnnir uinnnrr. iniiB inr. in mv rarn i "" Kollowing is the way the other Lat-candidates is on in full blast and (for the Republican nomination for t nations whose positions l"r. ,." there is very little prospect of peace Superintendent of Schools ot Ohio ...... w ' I fla1rn in fivi fn "- " nrli nr 'nrn ftiiflmwl ...IVU U W.M.' UU.. w MJ UblOIVU, ... Hitnrl tin tArlnr- . for the voters until August 4. After count rush on, invariably gets his hair cut, ' slncerest thanks and express Cuba Declared war agalliit Ger a short armistice at that time the -. face and neck shaved and a bath all my deepest regrets that it Is necessainrlnv nal offensive will be launched. ovcr tho t0P CDl Kuw Piumma-Decl- ared ry for me to disappoint some pOr her readiness For County Court Clerk. Don't forget that next Tuesday and haps, by my withdrawal from the to 'assist in nny way possible In the Wo nre to announce the And then I am reminded that I candidacy authorized IILANKENSIIIP days for contest. Owing to existing circum- - ' protection of the Panama canal of W. C. Wednesday are clean-u- p am so gun shy "I was once for the Republican nomination for Costa Rica Offered her ports and Hartford. Rats, weeds and filth stances, it is impossible for me to shot, you know" that a whole County Court Clerk of Ohio county. go says Mayor Her nnd a ma continue In the race. waters to the U. S. half must other territorial Subject to the Primary Election, With best wishes for the success for war needs of th.e American navy squad would have to be detailed to Saturday, August 4. 1917. jority of local citizens. Make the keep me from charging, not In the broken with town look good; lower the death rate, of tho Republican party and the Rrnzll Relations face of fire but with my back - Germany. We are authorized to announce the dividual nominees In the coming cleceradicate disease. said fire. candidacy of M. F. CRUMLEY for the ; tion, I remain. Yours, for more elll- with Bulvla Relations broken Republican nomination for County Ohlo county has never shirked her cjet and better schools. Germany. F6r each and every time you Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject part In America's battles of tho past AARON T. ROSS. Uruguay Endorsed the action of catch Rol Riley and John Glenn (Old to tho Primary Election, Saturday, and Bhe will not do so now. Whilo flirt IT ' y nuiT .. August 4. 1917. 'frl,lWkf.l n'lllinll, - -.ni nf ,nn. n .. wo furnish men for the army our FATERLAND HAS NO "" submarine warfare as an "insult to ur "-Wo aro authorized to announce the iimiiu meir persons mere is a nico duty in the present crisis is largely LOVE FOR GKN. (IOETHALS humanity." candlducy of L. II. CON1HT for the nn agricultural one. Not so much hympathy chroma due. Step fast there, gen- Republican nomination Paraguay Expressed for County protobacco and more foodstuff is the adWashington, April 14. Tho ad-- 1 with the government of tho U. S., tlemen, and let the examinations Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject ceed lively, there aro others wait- - to tho vice of our Agricultural Department. ministration's program for a fleet "forced Into .war to rehabilitate the Primary Election, August 4. ,,1S1917. With tho plow and the hoe Ohio of wooden ships to transport sup- rights of neutrals." . must assist the Nation In its firm an- plies to the allies and thus defeat Argentina Endorsed the action of For Sheriff. , Mack Fogle had measles for about swer, to Germany's challenge to Jbe German submarine campaign, the U. S. ps just nnd right. We are authorized to announce the Mack two hours the other day. war; ,. way will bo put definitely Mexico Neutral. under dropt into a doctor's office with his candidacy of G. A. RALPH tor the Monday when the shipping board State department officials believe coat off, fanning his overheated per- HopMlcan nomination for Sheriff of Olid, county. MORE CORN. i" Subject to the Priwill form a $50,000,000 corporation it possible that the government of son with his stiff katy, for a test of mary Election, Saturday, August 4, Secreary Houston, of tho Depart- to build and operate tho vessels. Ecuador may consider itselt bound Imagine temperature. his tho 1917. ment of Agriculture, Includes Ohio b adopt a somewhat equivocal atTho calling of General Gocthals In the list of Kentucky counties that to head tho work, it was explained titude becauso of a suggestion made Judge's surprise when the pill man We aro authorized to announce the told him that his blood was boiling would serve tho country in the crisis had threo reasons: Ills ca- several weeks ago that a conference nt 5 of ono degreo bclbw normal. candidacy of S. A. It HATCH Kit for by making strenuous efforts to In- pacity, his German descent, ns a of neutrals bo held at Monte. Ideo to tho Republican nomination for Shercrease the corn yield this year. Ohio testimonial to citizens of Teutonic study means for bringing the war to Mack has been In good health since. iff of Ohio county. Subject to the Primary Election, Saturday, August county land is suited to corn grow- ancestry, and because he is con- an end. A lot of theso brave fellows, whom 4, 1917. of the county would sidered ing and farmers Guatemala's proclamation of marthe one man in tho United do well to heed tho advice of Mr. States most offensive to Germany. tial law was still ccgarded hero as a the midget, ctipld is riding into matWo arc authorized to announce the r, rimony ahead of the recruiting candlducy of . P. JONES, for the Houston. Germany, It hns been said, has never precautionary step taken by PresiIf they escape alimony, will be Republican nomination tor Sheriff , Tobacco paid well last year and forgiven the man who built the dent Estrada Cabrera, preliminary to n telling their about 2.r. of Ohio county. Subject to tho Pricrop this Panama canal- - after her experts said a break with Germany it will likely bo a profitable It was be years hence, had It not been for the mary Election, Saturday, August 4. year but as It looks now there will lt could not bo accomplished. Re- - llevcd thnt Honduras, Salvador and 1917. fact-tha- t thoy had their dear old bo no money loct by discarding that luctant at first to loavo tho work of Nicaragua, tho rcmnlnlni' uncom-buildln- g grandma to support, grandpa would ' We aro authorized to announce the crop for foodstuff. Every man has a wstom of state highways mltted nations of Central America, bis' part to play in this war and that in Now Jersey, ho was finally con- - are awaiting action by Guatemala have bten a veteran of tho world war candidacy of S. K. IIHNXKTT for the av.-uback yonder, a quarter of a Democratic nomination for Sheriff of part can better bo played by acting vluced the nation needed him. i and that thoy will announce, their century ago. Ohio county. Subject to the Prlmnri according to tho desires of those at Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. immediately alter Cuutc- j positions tho head of the varloub departments a MEN SURVIVE WITHOUT mala speaks. Some doggon fool of a meddlesome For Superintendent. FOOD OH WATER 15 DAYS at Washington. If Ohio can Increase Tho Uplted Slates has looked to Note Women wno aro legallv follow has gono and told my wife her corn yield no efforts should be j Latin America for moral support qualified, are entitled to vote for 1 Joined tho army I'll get School Superintendent In both Prl- spared in doing bO. Ralimoro, April 17. After being moro than formaterinl assistance, that If and she'll bo al- mnry and Filial Election.. without food and water fifteen days, i i,ut ther has been no disposition to $15.00 per, month my abCONSCRIPTION. during which time they saw their under rate tho very material asslst- - lowed $15.00 for support, In v We arc authorized to announce- the sence and If I don't show up after To see men rush to tho colors and fivo comrades die of thirst, ono com- nnco that might bo rendered If it tho war is over sho will moro than candidacy of H. S. HOWARD for tho of their country becuusc the mitting sulcldo In delirium, Emanuol became no defense Tho to'al pcae-- i nomination for likely draw a pension to boot. Geo Republican Schools of Ohio Superincountry needs their services Is a Jaunlg, mate, and Herman Week, stri.'jigln of I county. tendent of arm'.es whiz, how I'd llko to erect a little Subject to tho Primary Election, grand sight to behold and, when the seaman of tho British schooner is only ?:.4.000 men, but tho potei-tla- l monument to tho loving memory of Saturday, August 4, 1917. President of tho United States asks were Bruthlcy, Captain power is several times that mi 1 this busy guy, on .the spot where I to uphold tho honor brought to this port on a Norwegian reports from tho South American -for volunteers Wo aro authorized to nunounco tho meeting of the Nation every fridn in every steamer y and aro In a hospital. publics hav.i indicated that no timo havo tho pleasuro of first candidacy of, MRS. I. H. .MASON for him. military ago should go forStato of tho Republican nomination for Super- Their bodies aro covered with salt- will bu lost in raising fighting forc33 i ward. But will they do it? No. water bolls nnd it is not certain that to their- - full war strength. Ik-ai-l "Sky Pilot." ; That is tho troublo with the volun- llioy will recover. m Pittsburgh, April 13. Tho Rev. movements becamo inorotfrantlc. teer system. There is no certainty For Dad's Benefit. 'I be men said that the schooner Van-- j "I say you there!" ho shouted, an"Elslo, wero you able to ovortako ftalian Presbyterian church of as' to the numb'er of men lhat can loft Brunswick, Ga., with timber for enlisted In tho grily, "do you know that you aro givdcrgrlft, Pa., bo raised by that method. Many ricatwood, England, about March 10 tho banana vender?" asked mother. Twot ing our position awuy to the enemy?" men will feel If their duty to enlist and when eight days out tho ship "No, mother, ho had turned tho array aviation corps hero. "Yes, sir," said tho rocrult, In a members of his congregation enlisted who aro in position to do more real took fire and nil took to the open corner and was out of Bight' Tho Rev. Mr. Jolottie, volco of cool desperation, "and do good nt home. Others, wo raignt say sca resumed mother, raising yesterday. "Then," Tno boat capsizcd and tho who havo no excuse for not tiona wero iost. Tho two men bald her voico bo it would bo sure to who was recently granted citizenship, you know that this Is an - it-Bits. going to the front, will rerauln bo-- tlmt raln E(,uaii9 Kavo them their reach the llbrury where father was Is tho son of nn engineer officer of tho Italian army. "yellow." hind becauso thoy nro ;ouly wutcr an(l savc,i tj,0.r nves. A sitting, "I assuiui o that your efforts Ono Viewpoint. Tho voluuteors, wheu called for, fow ,.yjR ,jB, woro Bre0(nij- - (do-a- wero fruitless." I "A proclamation orator makes the A Flank Attack. . or men of their ages, vourt.d. in tho oleto Tho rescuo steamer now in A company of very now soldiers statement thnt people In 'dry' towns They would probably mako better, port ll0re from St. Thomas sighted ASKS PROHIHITIO.V AS WAR MEASURE wero out on a wide hoath, practicing, llvo longer than tho residents of 'wot' they would also ,ie ,oat soldiers now but tho art of taking cover. Tho olllccr centers. How about that?" -- t make better citizens ufter tho war. "No, I don't think thoy really llvo Washington. April in- .- A program in charge of tho men turned to 9110 of Sunday School To Entertain, Many of them would go to tho front longer," answered Mr. Jngsby. "U legislation ns a war the rawest of his men. under tho draft syaeni. Enough toi Tho Indies of class No. 14 of the of antl-llqu"Get down behind thut hillock morely seems lougor.". Birmingham stimulate theso would not volunteer, Mehtodist S. S. will glvo an cuter-- , meusuro was announced tonight by talnment at the College Thursday , Iho National Legislative Committee there," ho ordered, sternly, "and, but not nil. n J League. Tho ra mind, not a movo or a sound!" of tho From whenco conies tho opposl- - evening April 2G at 8 p. m. Sugar Scarce. A few minutes lator ho looked Tho President Tho program will consist of n short rlous measures raugo from tho bar-l- ri tion to conscription? A conservation by tho housowlves strong for It: tho War Department play by four girls and four boys. , ring of liquor from military camps' around to seo It thoy were all con- altho tho ccalud, nnd, to his despair, observed of tho city of their stocks of surar recommends it and tho example- of Bonding, Music, and "RamlnlscmiBos to absolute prohibition, England urgus its adoption', Does ot tnq Donation Party." Admission committee states that power uftho something wriggling behind Iho small now on hand will bo uecussary tor Federal Government to establish com- - mound. Even us ho watched, tho suiuo lime. There is u serious bhort- the opportunity come from tho man 13 cents, children 10 cents. Wild oats will not feed nn army. - ploto prohibition "Is problematical." "War conditions require a Nation to bo nt Its best," said a statement issued by tho committee tonight. "The experience of our allies proves Intoxicating liquors not only injure tho health, elllclcncy nnd endurance of tho soldiers nml sailors, hut decreases tho resources nnd the power of the. people at home to furnish the needed supplies." Tho proposed legislation would include: The prohibition of the sale of liquors nt nny stntlnn or camp used for training or mobllzatlon of soldiers. i Tho establishment of "dry zones" around training nnd mobilization camps. Legislation to prohibit the uso of grain nnd food material to mauufne- jturo intoxicating liquors as a means of food conversation. A general prohibition bill, enncted ns a war mensuro and based on tho legislation power to provide for the common defense and general wol- fare. All of theso proposals aro before Congress in various forms and the full iniluence of tho "dry forces will be exerted to force action upon them. ' i tv ollkcs published Xotlco -- 1 s, duni-goozele- d, Latin-Americ- a, .... . , , frl T r,-- .- u-r- 11- 7" ,'''",," ZrlnZchZ-i".. all-fire- d ii "'' j 1917. In-a- For Asxcikflr. We arc authorized to announce, tho candidacy of D. E. WARD for tho Republican nomination for Assessor of Ohio county Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturday, August 4. 1917. j f2fi-mfi- v j .- tice of Peace, Roslno Magisterial trict." Subject to tho Prlmnry tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. ' Wo nre authorized to announco tho candidacy of W. V. DAUGHERTY for tho Republican nomination for JusDisElec- I'or MnglMrnte. u - t Wo are authorized to announce tho candidacy of JAS. A. HOLING for tho Republican nomination for Justice of tho Peace, Sulphur Springs District. Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Wo aro authorized to announco tho candidacy of K. W. JACKSON for the Republican nomination for Justice of tho Peace, Beaver Dam District. Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Wo 1 f i 2-- of M. It. CHOWDER for lliti Republican nomination for Justice of tho Peace, Roslno Magisterial district. Subject to the" Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. We are authorized to nnnounce tho candidacy of W. S. DEAN for tho Republican nomination for Justice of 'ho Peace. Sulphur Springs Magisterial district. Subject to tho Prlmnry Election, Satuiday. August 4, 1917. Wo aro authorized to announce tho "andltlacy of S. W. LEACH for tho Republican nomination for Justice of Io Pcnco. Heaver Dam Mucistorinl II. trict. Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturday, August I, 1917. ! are authorized to announce y ol!l-ce- grand-childre- ' y . - Wo are authorized to announco tho candidacy of .1. Y. HAGERMAN for Hi- - Democratic nomination for Justice of tho Peace, Hartford Magisterial District. Subject to' tho Prjinary Election, Saturday, Aug. 4, 1917. Wo aro authorized to announco tho candidacy of .1. . DANIEL for tho Republican nomination for .lustlco or the Peace, Burtletts Magisterial District. Subject to tho Primary Election. Saturday, August 4,' 1917. An-ulttl- y ant-hill- 1 -T- ro j j ( Ago-lleral- Anti-Saloo- igo of this commodity In Owcns-bor- o now. Several grocers 'nro with- out any stocks at all. It Is almost Iinpowiible to obtain a shipment of sugar for u week or moro. Kvans,-vlll- e, likewise, is experiencing tho same shortage. Flour advanced another half dollar Friday, making a total Increase in tho price of $1.50 within"" seven days. It was stated last night by prominent grocer that ho oxpected the samo advauco within tho next week. Fifteen dollars tho barrel is an early probability. It Is now sell ing nt $14 a barrel. Lard and other staple groceries aro steadily mount ing, a m not posslblo to got largo stores of theso, ua grocers aro not largely, supplied themselves unit will not sell In largo quunllllcs.pre-f'trrlii- " to glvo nil of their customers equitable shares nt the pruvailint; prices. Owonsboro Messenger. " . ' " , - :r- - - - - -- - rrr- - tgatogj8BafcMMiMM -- r i ' "" "r V Rupt. Ozna ShultR went to tftlca Ing ns a member of Company H today to net as ono of tlio Judged In at the University of Kentucky. ' V Rttulcnls or tlio Is probable tlint bo will bo commisii ilebato between sioned by tbo Wnr Department. is especially di- tiUcu nnd Owcnshoro High Schools. A new candidate tor the RepubFor Snle. Slnglo Comb Wlilto , rected to our splendid line of Leghorn Eggs for Hatching 4 cents lican nomination for Representative of Ohio county, In tho person of Dr. acli. W. I j. Lawless, of Narrows, enters MIIS. ROIIERT K. LEE, 'rparel fa. Women the field this week. lie Is well qualOlnton, Ky., It. 1 39t4p. ified for this important position and offering Bargain In Mown Wo are states thill he Is in the race to win. bargains In Plows Plows at Dr. Lawless has been a faithful work- -, prices. er for the success of tho party ho In this Marquette Poplin S. L. KING & CO., now auks to nominate him. His anr uil pace of lines, refinement of Hartford, Ky. nouncement nppeurs In the announcedesign, benuly of fabric, and charm Need n Cook Stove? If so, you ment column this week. of color comb:ne to moke it a know where to go to get It. Ask n The following friends garment of tare quality. those wbo use our stoves. and relatives attended the funeral And our flowing ol o'lit j Marquette acton imos., funeral and burial of Mrs. J. W. rjiu in Poplin; Serges, Jersey Hnrtford, Ky. 4112 Mr. nnd Mrs. I.rP. Ford yesterday: Clot hi, Poire Twills, Velours, Tako your eggs to S. L. King & Unrnard, Louisville; Mr. and Mrs. Cab at diner, Chech and Mixtures rm.il I you lo fttiify youi txtty Co. Of all tbo prices you seo In tho M. M. Hnrdwcll, Taylor Mines; Mr. ( Itquuccicnt iljle. Itsie nnd Light, airy Draperies and Curtains and Rugs of papers they will pay tlio highest, In und Mrs. It n wan Cox, Llvennore; Mrs. Rlinltz, Pleasant Ridge; Mrs. trade or cash, Friday and Saturday. The picdomicMinR tliadej aie paittli S. L. KING & CO. J. O. McKenney, Taylor Mines; Mr. beautiful design and colorings abound lucli b( Gold, Champagne, and Mrs. L. E. Chnrlct, Llvennore; Arple Green, Mustard, Burgundy, Mr. Ira I). Uean, traveling salesHose ltd Lavender. Mrs. Louis Chnrlct, Liver-mor- e; in our spring stock. man for Samuels & Sons, of New Mr. und Mr. John Rowan and mother, York, left tills week for points In 1 1 e mil i Emy Ma rque n exclusive Mrs. Geo. P. Bridges Kentucky, Tennessee, Oklahoma and Llvennore. model and man; cl the Mulct ate to and son, Dr. J. P.' Bridges, of Mistl.at v.c tnfc you to come male ica:ce Texns. W J K- souri, will nrrivc today. an early selection. Acton Brothers will pay for Errs t y ., and tomorrow 32c in trade .MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED t Lace Curtains from $1.,00 to $2.50 per pair in SINCE OUR LAST REPORT 'nnd 30c ensh. In caso tho market Urarlntr a Maruurtte Suit, advances they will pay more in proyoii'ro nrsurod tliat you uro white and ecru. fashionably Loyd Clark, Select, to Floy D. Ran-neportion. ' MethoIn onr Scrim lino we have prices ranging from Select. Don't fhirto"attcnd thc Clarence. Riddle, Uuford, to Apol-onl- a dist Ladles entertainment at the 10c to 25c per yard. A Whlttakcr, Rcda. Line of Waists College Thursday evening, April 20. Marlon Park, Hartford, R. 5, to Also have Curtain Stretchers at $1.50. An evening, of wholesome fun is in Tul) Silk, 1'ongee, Crepe do Chine, CJenr-gott- o Jean Balrd, Hartford, R. 5. promised. Crepe, at prices ranging from 61 to $0. Mattings Itugs, size 9x12, at SS.SO each. Odio E. Smith, Bells Run, to Laura You may procure cither tho B. A. May Jcfferlos, Bells Run. Millinery Grass, Ronoeo Rugs, size 9x12, at $8.50. Thomas Improved Stock & Poultry Herbert II. Roe, Nelson, to Amy or Union Stock & Poultry Remedies Never a day passes but what We are receiving Tapestry Rugs, si.e 9x12, from $12.50 Cox, Nelson. from W. E. Kills & Uro., tho reliable now goods in tliis department. Staut Lamb, Dundee, to Ida Myrtle Troduco men. Axminster Rugs, size 0x12, at $22.50 to $25.00. Tilford, Dundee We Can Dress Yoif Deputy Sheriff Hoy P. Kcown and o-- o Small rugs to match these in differt nt sizes and family aro at tho bed side of Ellis ELLIS MILLING COMPANY'S from head to foot at a most reasonable price. Kcown, who is very ill of rheumatic prices. ATTRACTIVE FI.OUR PRICES A visit to our store will convince vou of the trouble at tbo homo of Mr. W T. I N VITE YOU. above assertion. WE . See our line of Mattings for spring, from 15c to Kcown, near Fordsvlllc. For this week only tho Ellis MillMr. W. II. Mines and lamlly will ing Company offers Eureka Flour at Well 35c per yard. leavo today for Akron, Ohio, where the following prices: before you send that order to a mail-ordCome in and inspect our line before buying' else$ Ar, the former baa a position.' Tho house. Re fair to your home merchant. They many friends of this family here re- 12-r. .. '' &i where. A call will be appreciated. x. help you when help is needed. Also remem24-Jgrets very much their departure. 1.00 8 ber that it pays to trade with si house that 3.V HARNESS Everything necessary .i 0.25 saves you money. for fitting lip your team for the plow 96-t12.50 or wagon. Get our prices before 1 barrel ELLIS MILLING CO., buying Harness. Hartford, Ky. ACTON BROS., 4 lt2 Hartford, Ky. Eggs For Hutching. iwccBPORiTra State Agent, ot uoys Agricultural S. C. Black Mlnorcas, Northrop Clubs Kercher, Lexington; Editor W. strain the big kind, White Wyan II. Coombs and County ARcnt W. V. dottcs, Duston strain the stay white nrowder attended tho agricultural k,ml Egg8l from elthcr or both (Irt .IIIUUUIIK ill VIJUIJUHIU B BtllUUl UUUtiO IV ol VVUO V-- . 1, ,"' -. f U H ....... DU. 1 .V" no. K yesterday aTlernoon per uu. zu per cent on a tier f .s.uii Mr. J. B. Wallace, of Sulphur May 10th Tbo best matlngs cocks Mr. T, R. Barnard, cashier of tbo Island Deposit Bank, was in Hartford Springs, wns hero on business Wed' and, hens not related. Good weigh STRIKING SENTENCES IN present contract, was reached ncsday. Mr. Wallace was a stock- ers and wlnterlayers. LLOVD GEORGE'S SPEECH by a subcommittee consisting of op- Inst week. holder in the Republican when orig.APRIL 20 L. T. BARNARD, xicniAV orators andeniployes.,from tho four Hillside Plows, Oliver Chill points inally organized, and has ever since 421$ Hartford, Ky., R. 4. London, April 13. Striking ex- - States, and jointers for sale by W. E. ElIs been a subscriber. The operators' and tho miners' tracts from Lloyd George's speech to ST. K R. R. TIME TARLE. & Brother. V., U. rs' Tako Over Appnm. , MutuThe OhibCounty-FarmeAmericans In London aro here set delegates, In conference here, must No. 113 due at Ellmltch 8:32 p. m. &. Uro. New, York, April 17. A detach Uo to W. E. EHIs for al Telephone Company has bought ratify tho committee's agreement bo- forth: No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a. Jont'' Fertilizer tho kind thut pro- n building in McHcnry from Fred ment of "British officers and an Eng- - '"The United States ot America, 'fore It becomes-effective- , p. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch ... 3:40 y from of a noble tradition, duces retmlts. Cooper to be used as an exchange ltsh crew arrived hero The existing contract will expira-nevenever" broken," Ar. Irvlngton ,. G:35 p. Q. B. Brown and J. P. England to tako over the steamship as building. Airs. Laurd Ucrry qualified has engaged In a war except n March 31, 1918. Tho increases-o,. 6:5C p. Lr. Irvlngton liberty. guardian of Maymce, Elizabeth and Austin, president and secretary of Appam, the vessel brought Into This Is the greatest proposed range from about 60 cent Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p the company, were In Hartford Mon- Hampton Roads as a German prize struggle for liberty that It has ever 'a day for mine workers Inside and K. W. Berry on April 12th. No. Ill Lr. Louisville ... 8:35 a. on February 1, 191C, by Lieut. Berg. outside tho mines to 33 cents a day embarked upon. Judgo W. G. .Nbwtonj of Liver-mor- e, day w,hcre-- the deal was closed. Ar. Irvlngton .,.10:06 a. Appam was r.ecently ordered re' for trapper boys. Restaurant ForSaIeIIaving been The was hero yesterday and Wed-- , Lr. Irvlngton ...10:40 a. m owners, tho Elder offered a position which I feel Justi- turned to her "Prussia not merely is not a .The tentative agreement was Ar. Ellmltch . . 1:04 p. m nesday on legal business. accepting; I will sell my Main Dempster Line, after the United domocracy; Prussia was not a state; reached, after Illinois' operators.who Mrs. W. J. Fuo.ua returned to fiable In H., II. & E. R. It. TIME TABLE. The army! bad dissented from tho proposition. street restaurant business, in the States Supreme Court had decided Prussia was an army. Greenville Tuesday after a visit with South Bound. No. 115 was tbo spear point of Prussia t nnai.y, alter a caucus, sent , repretown of Hartford at a reasonable her status. m her 'sister, Mrs. W. W. Riley. 8:4G a. Duo at Hartford sevThere also arrived hero y sentatives to tho subcommittee. price. High class trade and good tho rest was tho gilded baft. " North Bound. No. 114 from the British Looso Garden Seed absolutely stock. eral survivors Tho agreement was to go before, For further particulars call steamships p. m pure and guaranteed In every re5:GC Due at Hnrtford Lincolnshire and Crlspcn, on or write L. T. RILEY. Hartford, "The most characteristic of all the full conference this afternoon.and (Both "Mixed Trains.) both' of which were torpedoed and ILER'S, Hartford. spect. Ky. Prussian Institutions Is the Hlnden - 'R wns generally expected that tt sunk off tho British coast on March b'irg For Salo I have a Simmons Ico line. It is a lino drawn on would bo ratified, & Kirk Tho law llrm of Woodward 23. Bos: that can bo had for a reasonable o territories ot other people, warn moved to now offices in tho Cumber' Survivors of tho Lincolnshire said Ing them prleo. II. E. MISCHKE, Hartford. land Tclephono building this week. that Tlio inhabitants ot POULTRY POOLERS NOTICE. ' no lives wcro lost aboard that vessol tlioso Personal News and Several rooms on tho second floor, A. N. Fulton was appointed territories shall not crobs it at but on tho Crispin 11 vo men wcro peril of their lives. l3 "l!'ulnl8;rntor 0,f lh0 The Ohio county poultry Is turnoxcellently equipped, are occupied by u,e(, to dcath- - 0no ot lhcm wag A- " f" t,l flr,U- - Th WlUlaA'!ajl AlnrIcan.coal pa8Bor whose name ed back on tho county poultry comail(l SOGial ElieiltS. "The hludcnburg line was drawn mittee to sell aud completely conDrug Store were given up because WM unkaown to thoi)0 who escap. along tho horcs of America and trol as It was haiAllcd In tlto beginGroceries, Queensware, Granlte- - tho Cumberland building is nearer cd. I Americans were told they must not ning, so all those who wish to pool ware and Furniture. Llvo and let tho court house. und crqsK It. And America said: 'What anil soil their poultry collcctlvoly ACTON BROS., FIno Roar for Sale. a one-bu- lf See Eck Rial for Garden Breaking live prices. Mrs. A.' L." Martin-foHartford, Ky. Ono fine Duroc Boar nlno months is this? Tbo place for that lino ;s will pleaso report tho amount" to bo anil light hauling. cent piece in tho back yard ot 37tt(41tl' not the Atlantic but tho Rhine, and sold at once, so wo may have a comnuliiiaito Plants for fiARDL'N TOOLS Hoes, Rakes, her homo of Routo 2 recently that old Reg. No. 80,805, for Immediate i.'rc ,.r,nf half-censale. No better Boar to bo found we mean to roll it up,' and they plete report by May tho 15th, as tho Full lino prices was minted in 1829. No Forks, Spades sale ut Iler's Grocery. have started. ' salo will bo mado for delivery ,OTON BROS., linvo been made by tho government anywhere right. Mr. J. ClRlloy mado a business tho 15th nnd tho last of May. Is atDR. E. P. ROGERS, for many years and tho coin Hartford, Ky. 41t2 "Tbo road to victory, tho guar? Don't fall t o report us tho commit trip to Louisville Wednesday. Fordsvlllc, Ky. tracting considerable interest. It Is Planting time Is now atTiand. We antco of victory, tbo absolute assur tee cannot make an Intelligent salo Follow Ohio county politics by f have a full lino ot Looso Garden about twico us lurgo as the modern LETTER FROM FORMER mice of victory has to bo found In without this report. Republican. subscribing for The ponny and at tho ripe age ot 88 years Seed pure and clean. OHIO COUNTIAN RECEIVED ono word, chips, and a second word, H. L. TAYLOR, Judge J. W. Hensou.or Henderis remarkably w.ell preserved. ILER'S, Hartford. ships, and a third word, ships. With HENRY M. PIRTLE, son, was in Hartford last Saturday. being conducted nt Hie r ..... .iTiilMr'a 'lTninrll flpnv nt fit . . The revival .a that keenness which characterizes ....w. aw...( jm.wj, v . Sumner, Neb., Apr. 15, 1917. Committee. Col'. H.""P7Taylor went to Loula-vlll- o Christian church under tho Johns, Kansas, arrived yesterday for jl,,r8t Hartford Republican, Hartford, your nation, I see you already real returning Wednesday. n week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. II. i leadership of Piastor S, E. Harlan, Monday already made ar Ky. Gentlemen: find en- ize it nud have Please France Dal ton Dies. Evangollst Mlloy and Song Evange , Top prices "paid for BRgs Friday P. Taylor. Mr. Franco Dalton, an aged citiclosed check for $3.00 for subscrip- rangements to build ships by tho will closo Sundny night. list Arnold und Saturday. thousand. Wo aro Mr. P. llTlIood. who has mado bis Large crowds have zen, died at bis homo near Asklns, tion to Tho Republican. & CO. attended the . L. KING Mr. G. A, glad to get tho homo paper. on Tuesday. His remains wero burhomo' with ills much interest has been and "It was a bad duy for tho mili ied at Pleasaut Crovo on tho 18th. Is" Sunday, April 15, and a big Mr. J. irGobdinau visited hU fam- Duvle, for several months, bus raov- tdiown. Good solid sermons by Rev. Thi ...1 ily in Owcnsboro Saturday and Sun- tu ... 1 lo.niiii..i snow on tho ground. Not much tary uutocracy in Prussia when It Ofr " " "" Mlloy, and Impressive singing by Rev. farming "dono, yet. Wlntor wheat cbulleuged the great republic ot the day... Miss sanyo wnuiey, aiier epcnuuiB , ArlloUl Imvo fcaturod. "CLKAN-UP- " ritOQIjAMATIOX. has returned a ,veek nt homo on account of lllneu all (load. Every thing awfully high. West. Mrs. A.""bTPortcr i,piementS-- Wo handle Wheat $3.48 per bushel, com $1.45, from a visit to relative In Owcns- which was m stake., for measles, ls(ho Vucfiu ChUed and oats 70c, hogs $1C per hundred, cat"Today wo aro waging ono of tho ' boro. back in Bchoolu8aln. jHuo ura WoWif corn Planters, most devastating wars that tho FarmlniFT)oi8"for sale. Seo W. Today und tomorrow Ilor'8 Cro.Dlsc 1Iarr0WBi cultivators. Mowing tle $12.25, sheep $15.50, horses and world line ever seen. If "cIcjuillnesH is next to GodliTomorrow, high. ness," and no ono hardly dispute it, II. PARKS, Ohio Comity Bottling eery will pay 31c cash for eggs, 33c I Mach,noa Hay llakc8 nud vnrl0UB mules aro also It you will ship out a car load of tomorrow, perhaps, not distant WorkH. In trade. 30c will bo paid by tbo other farming tools. Wo nlso han- - potatoes you can get money enough war may bo abolished then we want to hhow our vl.sltliig' category of dlo tho Weber Wagon. Plow tinio for them to start a National bank. human friends nud neighbors that wo tiro Just received a" largo shipment of snmo firm fop butter, fiom tho llvlntc right by cleaning up our back 'Mr. and Mrs. Foil Rogorn and will soon be here, boo our lino Seo Her liotoro ouyiuK Hour. crimes." Yours Respectfully, yards, back lots, etc., und as thero a daughter Imvo returned to Plkevlllo buying. ED AUSTIN. is always a designated tlitio set apart W. E. ELLIS & I1RO., ufter n visit to relatives In Hartford MINERS' WAGES GO Judge W. II. Barnes was In dujs, 1 tin Mayor of tlio buspoints in tho county. Ky. Hartford, und other UP 20 PER CENT us ilean-ti- p Farm For Salo or Rent. first of IhlH week on legal rlty of Hartford, do hereby peclfy lino Introduce Two room Iioubo with hall, barn, Fliiu Feathers Mr. Ruyiuer W. Tlnsley, former iness. by Hartford boy now Instructor of mod about sixty fruit trees, situated bo- Now York, April 17. A tcntntlvo and dchixnntu April iM nud 25, 11)17, Mrs. Jno."P. Taylor, "f Momphls, feathers Into your poultry Hock agreement to udvanco tbo wages of us cleuii'iip mid paint-u- p days in our a setting ot eggs eru langungcs In tho University of tween Solect and Cromwell on Tonn., Is visiting Mr. und Mrs. II. P. buying at loast 225,000 miners In tho bituminous Ilttlo city. It is 1iok.hI that every road. Known as tho Tom has bcon appointed com-li- e from tho fumous B. P. Thompson, T.ilor. RockHtralu lUnglct Barred cadet corps forml ton farm 100 acres, price $37500. ronl fields of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois body will do their part toward clean for tho V. tho" 'old rolta-'2 by tho and Western Pennsylvania by about hiK up (ho (own. Ky K. W. JACKSON, Mississippi students. Mr. ealo by W. Hf Elite .from J. O. Her. Hartford. bio brand-- for J. O. lliEK, Muyor. ' 20 per cent at tho expiration of tho Beaver Dam, Ky. Tinsley received his military train- 'ViTU'' llro. . 3EtE!-A.I-y-.TO-T7V3E!jn! ! yowekeeper? MARQUETTE elos-Ing-o- ut R.ugs and Draperies for Springtime I iPHN iSPi llililljiiMil Complete Department! 71 I to-da- urll-drcusc- d. y, t i Ponder er db .- 48-tt- bs 254z&Gb, Carson Si Co. Hartford Republican. titi. : Hartford- Ky. t,-- to-da- y- ! r f to-da- t r tl!'?"" JV: I ' r00' ts en sor-vlce.- H aon-ln-la- be-fo- ro Lou-Isvll- lo . ut N. "X M t T!Mb-3- LirtMWIW'HHHIIili Jktissli iisimmitmAm 11 I I l; Germany and other European coun- PROGRESSIVES OUST tries than In America. In Kuropo running lands nro high priced whllo PARTY COMHITTEI FOE'S labor Is cheap. In America lands FAR BELOW Is very high nro cheap whllo labor priced. Tho nation that posses cheap d labor nlwaya XF.W IIODV HI1ADKD IJY VICTOR land and HXI'KKTS rOMIMUK I WIS grow smaller crops than those where i .ML'RDOCK, CUOSF.X IIY COX- JUIMV laud la high and labor cheap. To CONKI.ICT WITH WAU VKNTIOX. TODAY. carry this comparison farther It Is only necessary to mention the fact that In Japan fine farming land sells The ProgressS. Louis, April in. for fabulous sums while labor is New York, April H. When the worth only a few cents per day. Und- ive National Convention today ousted Military strength of Germany and er theso conditions tho nbovo rule the National Committee that last Spain nro compared, It Is evident our holds good. The crops nro relatively summer Indorsed Charles B. Hughes, present army today Is less nhlo to larger than thoso grown In Kuropo. tho Republican nomlneo for Presimeet tlie former nation's than our) Figures tell fibs. iFann and Family. dent nnd named a new National Committee to carry out tho plans for . little hody of 2.r,70G enlisted men amalgamating with the Prohibition and 2,110 officers was to face the'' XOTICK. party. latter's troops in 1S0S. Wo again call the attention of our Plans for this nnmlgnmatlon were IlccruitinK has heen RoinB on, that The Hopiib. readers to the fact since the break In diplomatic Ilcan will ptiblMi no rninmuii hat Ions approved this nftcrnoon by tho conMurdock, of Victor relations between the United States unless signed by the author. Few vention. and Germany, but the last published weeks pass that anonymous articles Wichita, Kan., who presided over tho figures of the personnel of the reR- - are not mt'hoil and It I not our de- Progressive National Convention In ular army are approximately correct sire to hurl new)- - Items into the Chicago last June, was elected chairunder existing conditions, and these wnstv basket. This anonjinous com. man of tho Kxecuthe Committee of show thnt the military force com- iiumiratloii rule Is Mated each neck the party; and Matthew Hale, or prise about 7,000 officers and 104,-00- 0 at the head of the editorial column Huston, was elected national chairman. Other officers chosen were F or 105,000 enlisted men. must be adhered to. Requests Ilegular army officers think the ami names be omitted from piiul H. Chase, New York, national secrethat tary; J. A. Hopkins, of Now Jersey, United States I belter oft today than are compiled nltli, but the manuscript national treasurer. when It declared war on Spain, bemust bear the writers' signature. Tho Executive Committee Is comcause we have as a llrst lino of deTIIK K I) I TOR. posed or Victor Murdock, John M fense the strong British lleet and the , ........ o Parker, or Louisiana; I). 11. Carroll. i,ii-.uruimi luiti FOOD I'ROnrCTlOX ARMY. Xortli Dakota; F. M. Ingersol, Itlnhu across France and Helglum from the John Taylor. New York; Albert D Channel to Switzerland. Hut that is o f Great Roily of Men ami Norton!. Missouri, and C. 1). McClure. tlio only way wo are better oh". Wo Kiilistmeut Roys Appttned. Georgia. numerically larger army, they have a Mr. Parker attacked the Socialists ay; wo have a system for enlisting Washington, April 13. Proposals ror their attitude in the war with a volunteer force, which is free from army of an enHstmont of an He said he would wall, Germany. of the defects that marked the system for . ... . - H..M TIT- -men and boys for agricultur- back to Louisiana before he woul,1 im. Tt,.- 1. ...... etupioyeu in ine urn and other drastic steps to the Officers' lleherve Corps, and we al servicofood production during the vote to amalgamate the Progresslu increase party wifh the Socialists. liavo the probability, some believe were 'given enthusiastic encourMr. Parker spoke In favor of even the assurance, of unlversial wnr Agbin agement at the Department of military training, saying thsu military ir.'tc for the conn Secretary Houston It would develop American youiu: we are opposed to a nation which is riculture publicity given to re- men physically and would break so much better prepared than Spain ordered wide St. own advances are dis- solutions adopted at the recent down class distinction. was that our Louis conference of agriculture exThe members of the National Comcounted two and three times over. production of greatRegular army officers say it would perts looking to mittee include: er crops as an emergency measure. 'Alabama, Georgo S. Obear, bo at least a year before the benefimilitary They recommended that Congress apConnecticut, unlversial Luther II cial effects of $25,000,000 for use by the Ferechman, Deleware, Hartford; Fcrvlce could bo felt. No announce- propriate a Robert G. Houston, Georgetown. ment has been made of the number Secrotary of Agriculture in such Florida, W. H. Anderson, Jacksonof men commissioned in the Officers' campaign. It is recommended that boys under ville; Georgia, C. D. McClure, Atlan Reserve Corps, tho it has been stated age tu; Indiana, Uert Essex, Indianapolis that the number preparing for ex- military ago and men beyond the disqualified Kentucky, for such commissions ex- and thoso physically Ilurton Vance, Louisville. amination ceeds S.000, but if all were com- should be enrolled in tho national Louisiana, W. H. Price, Thebodeanx, missioned they would create a force army for labor In production of food, Maine. Frank H. Hasker, Portland, capable of officering no more than munitions and supplies. Other rec- Maryland, R. L. Stevens, Baltimore. ommendations are for creation of an Massachusetts, Matthew Hale, Host additional 100,000 men. Hut they are forced to admit that, agricultural body under the Council on; Michigan, Charles F. Hoffman. agcompared to tho situation which woul of National Defense to supervise Jaek.son; Mississippi, H. F. Fridje, we had Ger- ricultural matters, and for the vest- Klllsville; New Hampshire, F II have confronted us had many to fight in 1S9S, the United ing of wide authority In tho Secretary Musgrnve, Havana; New Jersey, J States is in far better position today. of Agrculture to regulate and stand- H. Ilorevel, Atlantic City; New York. Then there was a rush of volunteers, ardize food production and distribu- J. R. Taylor, New York; North Caroas there has always heen whenever tion. lina, N. C. Hrown, Hillsboro, Ohio .1. M. McMurray, Marion; Tennessee, the United States has called them, Xow Lincoln Story. .1. C. Ramsey, Cleveland; and, as 'army men concede, there Vermont. Abraham Lincoln, as everybody W. II. Nicholas, Bennington; undoubtedly will bo when the call is Vir issued now, but they came in com- knows, was long and lanky; Stephen ginia, II. It. Fairfax, Roanoko; West mand of their own officers, appointed A. Douglas was short and chubby. Virginia, Charles N. Kimball. Sis by the Governors of their States, and Their presence together at a county tersville. s previous service or knowledge of seat on one occasion gave the other things military has been no resquite lawyers, In an idle hour, an oppor- GERMANS XOT TO IXTKKX tunity to chaff them indirectly. Thus, to the obtaining of a commission. AMERICAN'S I.1VIXG THERE Now the law of April 25, 1914, has the conversation was turned to the physical changed all this. All officers arc to question of harmonious Herlin. April 14. There will bo Some, having Douglas no internment of Americans In Gerbo appointed by tho President and proportions. confirmed by the Senate. Governors in view, contented for short legs; many. After a conference between may suggest candidates for com- others, meaning to draw Lincoln out, the political and military authorities mission, but the President will de- contented for long legs. Neither of it was announced that the termine to whom commissions shall the intencd "butts" took part In the German government would treat go. Nor need he, as Ai the past, discussion, until one of the jokers Americans here on virtually the commission an officer for a certain turned to Lincoln and said: "Now, Ifnes as laid down In President Wil regiment. Instead commissions will Abe, what is your opinion of the son's proclamation concerning the namo a man as an officer of the New pror-e- r length of a man'c legs?" "M treatment of Germans in the I'lnti'd York or New Jersey Massachusetts rpmion," drawled out the lanky law- States. will The Americans here right, have almost every freedom and ,) volunteer infantry, and ho may bo yer, "is that, to bo just assigned to whatever regiment is a moil's legs should he lonsr enough far have enjoyed the bame freedom most in ueed of his services. Pro- n, nt:cli tho ground." Ther are. of as Is accorded to neutrals crcept they vision lias been made in tills law also .rurti', ninny versions oT this vtoiv, are not allowed to reside In fortified lor the uialntcnaiuu of a recruiting but it is the way one o' Lincoln h places and they are subject to strict- - j to tell force at home, a device which will p.iru.c.it. Leom d Swett, ; T police registration requirements C.iPfctian S'.ieuce Mo lit . roniedy a defect, startling disclosed . They may carry on thoir businesses in tho Civil War. Then veteran reg as before. iments were permitted, to fall to as) 3 gt iun u it iuw iiiiuuri'u, ur even unc FOUR IXDKTEI) FOR hundred mon, and complete regiHACKIXG WAR l'W)T For Infants and Children ment of green men were faont to tho iront to relieve them when there In Use For Over Years El Paso, Tex., April IS. Indictcame need for more men. In thu ments were returned Always bears " the United States Uibtrict Court against Signature of Farm For Sale. Clarence Mrs. Amelia Toennlgs, A 1C0 acre farm t nines east of Toennlgs, Jobephlno Toennlgs, her Hartford, on the border of the oil son and daughter, and Henry Preach, Couldn't Oct nt It. fields. Good dwelling, barn and othwith An Irishman in a town In tho South all Uermans, churglng them Young was careless enough to let his priest "conspiracy to levy war aglnst tho er necessary outbuildings. orchard, strawberry bed i nd other catch him emerging from a saloon United States by inducing and inpleasing features. If I intu carry with a demijohn under his arm. The stigating Mexican military commandy sent plko w.M ho near. priest walL'd for him to come by and ers to invadu tho United States from See, or wrlto Tinelcy & Harnett, said: Mexico. Hartford, Ky., for further particu"Mike, what is it you have in that lars. A Patriotic Town. demijohn?" Olobo, Ariz., April 14. An Ameri"Whiskey, ir." FlRuruN Tell Fibs. can Hag must fly from every business "To whom does It belong?" Vow that tho warring nations arc feir." house, iitoni front and vehicle In "To mo und mo brother, Pat, (driving to feed their people, much Is "Well, Mike, pour yours out, und Cloho as a result of an ordinance being written concerning the enor- bo a good man. passed by tho City Council hist night. mous yields of grain made by the "1 can't. Father," said Mike, A lino of $200 or two hundred days Figures are fre- "uniift's on the bottom." K. Y. iu Jail Is to bu tho penalty for thu German farmers. quently given to show that Germany's Times. first offense ngulnst Uih ordinance. production In grain per aero is about Puslnehw coMcerrm will loxo thoir elty twice that or the United "States. Fig- KVANHVILLE WOMAN' WANTS license for thi Nccond ollensn acures often tell libs. While the yield TO DRIVE MOTOR TRUCK cording to tli i j ordinance. of wheat, rye, oats and barley In Germany Is about double that in AmeriEvansville, lnd.. April 14. Miss .MEN' WITH .MINOR PHYSICAL DEI'EC'IS TO RE ACCEPTED ca, corn Is not mentioned at all. Corn Mario Mcsslclc, daughter of Albert R is king In America. In other words Messlck, Republican nominee for Chicago, April 14. - Enlistment In vvhllo Germany does produce a very Mayor of Evansville, has announced Jiuavy yield por acre of wheat and her intention of offering her services tho naval reserves of mon who liy othor I'orcalR, tho United States gets to tho Government to drivu u supply reason of minor physical defects uto its much or even greater feeding val-ii- h truck. She says bho can tervu In rejected ror nervico at sea, Is perby tioin an aero of corn. this capacity without taking ltbaons. mitted by an order issued Tim reader should learn tho reason Slio is ono of Kvansvillo's most ex- Captain W. A. Molfett, commandant lor relatively larger grain yields in pert women motorists and mechanics, at the Croat Lukus Naval Training SAY IL S. FORCES high-price- r It m. Men over ago or physically tty defective wilt bo accepted. n Molfett announced, for ser- t recruiting stations and on naval mllltn ships, releasing Ronmon to be, sent to the const. uotlier contingent of 1,000 men the Great Lakes sta- Tuesday to Join the sea duty, it wus nn- h In active .' HrrajpiT J J3? HOTEL IBlELbrAMniiCANlDEnlS In a cltjr wlitre cooJ hotcU bounJ, the Powiutin luadi Uve 3E3rorossioia..3L Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. praetlco bin profession In lh(t and adjoining CorninureM and Criminal Practice a. Sixsclalty. Will fir- - ' Mothers S O.ETAYLOR.CE Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. use countrymen. litt. It It fint In the huiti t Im , gjfreyS - ' L&JL 1 sULVU " For u. VMcIreii A safe, o o fashioned remedy (or worms. Seenty-hv- r tears conlinu-ou- t me is Ih leM testimonial FRETS VERMIFUGE cm effer you. Krep txtt lwricn hnd. It iU M" Lrrp thr ttlV enf hrpf ipd rVatihr 25c, Vcfle i rout dniMwTi of Vl jnral He: of ifKj youf nd rum ind you, lurt-ln rtimpi ird Vfl nd 50 i : S3 I , (j, dW ru Z. The Powlialan it iiimnt, ? H fxctl-Ifni.f, atiu rritful Pcimiybanu t lixatioti on Aitny, IHtli .ind U direct , malm it n ilriir.iilf htailnuv for liinlal iLUi'lr:, Hdtilt Ic: lurlirj, contuitiont, ScIiOjIi and cjllrr.es. the The Po hniii Attract pra'ile ol rultmc ami cliication. to Slate, War ami lit (ircximit) N.nv Uciurtnrnl. alio to mnf ot liiluricjl interest, jioii is maVcs tli t lintel rpcci.'lly at a ducriimiuting pubtractive to lic. The Pawtutjn o'Jert riom detached huh iilh and up. lliwrjn it $1.50. SJ.03 with private hath, t: SO. S3 CO and up. V rte for with n p, c' DR. 0. E. HART Vbl'PMRlNARV SURGEON lllCAVF.lt DAM, KV. 1 Onice Jaine.s Taylor's IJvery Horn. liKmiMl iJ THADC'MAIIKU truinrt! " .. lUiunl In E. & S. FREY, llALTIMOUr. MI). 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MONEY REFUNDED. vjuwsn tasxassacxant rr. lOHHUaMilKIMalSHCZJiTfuA'-.- ' mmmjiiLrLJsuA.m r.uuuu.li..luril Mr...iu.l"rerr;rt.i iru upik ltv .lrklww to oMAia iiu-iit- Incorporated OWENSUORO, KY. iWMHHHEjSawMEjKiK 3B I t.. . . .. w .,... M TX Sl I 'm I 4fc I h i SjM iW EU Jn HaPML3CMVBWBHpMI JTm iML Zi B. Vm f , W H Hi f m 1 H I V Bi K 1 WtX W D H Hn.'2mn..aaM. ill " IN ALL COUNTniC3. I cl'rf!''. t'irftvlH l'aitii leu i M lu tent , I??JMPakSbjBH0BHBbVb1 "' -- l!mt,m W tiffot.-nf- . hfringemnt Practice DcljUt!y. K land rrormiUiujat R FaUlOSea,B j.iiCtraet, Mar CellM '! JH i atntr V- Sy ,; -:. - ? r jww;' DDlRDA'DPn J R1C ' FARM LANDS and City Residences aro now selling at a low cott, but don't expect It to bo so always. If you over expect to own your farm or your homo now Is tho tlmo to buy. WE HAVE several farms listed In Ohio county and they can be had for reasonable prices and liberal terms. If we do not bavo tho particular farm you desire we will make efforts to KCt LIScCALL FATTEBNSperfect CeJcbralcil (or at; le, ft reliability nearly 40 )cirs. it for you. C ASTORIA 30 I to-da- y && I inter-count- IF YOU want to move to WK every citiranJ tonn in Ibe United States an Canada, or by liuil direct. More (old thaa Send for tree calatcgutt any oilier maLe. f where our children will bavo tho WfCALI.'S MAGAZINE any otriet latnioa More tubscribers than cnairazlnftmillion a month. Invaluable. advantage of a good high school cat styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, notify ub. We have houecs and plain aenin)r,tanry needlework naiTuici.ing, etiquette, roml it"lir, etc. Only W ccnti lota for salo and bellovo you can ear (uorin unuujcj, jiiciuuip a irec aucrn. 2 ubcribc tuday, or tend fur aiuij!e top select ono from our list to your INOUCEMENTS ffirON'DERrUL liking. 1 In Agents, rosul brlnRt premium caUIOfur f an J new cash priio oircrs, AiUreit HAVE n comfortable home In nE uccau ro. in to :u h. nta st. niw you fit, simplicity sc Hold in near)) . A1.JUM Ilartford W POPDIMMCHMCS 300 A' J t I A1AGAZINB 00 Iit ARTICLES-3- ILLUSTRATIONS ! KKTP .informed ol the World's rropresa In Father und Son end All the tamily. It nrpeale toullclawe'i OldumlYounR Men and Wmnen. ,,iaiui i nroriioojaiiHsiue iuiiiou. man oi l.oiiii- thrniicl. out tli oiirM (lurrcrr)cn OnrrivLondviu aro runktautlv i'n tlio viatlu (or tbluia tew uud iutoiisUuu und it la lo (;o l'uum) roulalo. Natv I'ructUkl llluu torbliop Work niKtenar uya(ur lb, luriaan in dil thlnca iimuml tho lln.no. Alliatuur M.,kuilr. 117 l!....! fnp tl. T'.ta ...I (lrl who likuto liia ktlilntfVvllabowtluulett Tit, liaa an I THi'nriifli .O'ltllin Kugiuta, Houia. Hno trutiuiiiiurthuMiKUtMilc,CaDiiiijrurtilhiu-Uiuat.BO PCH YEAR SINGLE COPIC3, &dmpi Written So You Can Understand It shop (XpMlmoat Hartford, modern Improvements ond a good garden in cultivation for ealo or rent. Placo rents for $10 a month. Call on or nddreea an' in. nimni 1111H111111 5e copy vitl t ydHA&c, yiwfs w JSLS j POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE! rvv. iniciiisdn Hinut,Liill,AUU nt en ituuect. TINSLEY & BARNETT Real Ehtnto Republican Office. Both Phone. AftentH, y Hartford, Kentucky. ' ' FOR i (Succeed v;htn everything else falb. In ncivoui prostration and fcmuls weakntiit they nte the supremo remedy, at thousands havo testified. STOPJACH TROUBLE ever C!d it b ths best over n druirr!l3'J3 counter. nzssrt&uNi K.DNEYJ.IVER AMD lOSITBON ,,L.?.'J.U.k.B Vl" Draiiclmn 'lYalnJai;, thi Clin talto it aX ik.b! Secured or Your Money Back IiiJbixi-Ss Biai'uuos's ru&tian.' i'Adocidi, Ky, cSuSog y i -- Ci J5' Hi - frT? B raaBBiai JEWS WILL KFTUHa :UKi A 'vast crowd, waving rM' ami hinging tho Marseillaise, down the west ond of th I'roHpckt alt far as the ..ol, rallw y station. When . isauutcd I rcsfl correspondent a .d ho louii'l the crowd trying to u tho station, to which wero admitted only votornn Nihllstu and a .deputation iron the Ministry of Justice headed y Minister of Justice Krrensky tonether with rlnlncntlnna nf w,,.como ,r Jn I'etrograj, Moscow nm j)()0j)at nlversltics and high schools. At the of M. KerensVy thr reception 'ominlttcc adopted a p'an uniriuo In Kir.ian history for ho welcoming of Mudama u plan symbolizing Kuss- la'b transition from autocracy t; democracy. Tho welcome took place lUo georKeous nulla In tho rallv.-.t(.Kit Inn called the Imperial reception ioi ms, which under the old ri'glr.ir v0r llhC(J (nIy for Un rccl!I,oll of ,H.r80IlaRI,g, T10 t.irKO ,r.lw. roJ ,. ro()ln , tIlc ,, wh,ch ,,., ,,,, 1 ... rlin nl ninollnn., nl. Ihn uwl.t'd .. .., t.m-- l powerful motiurchs, was no the gathering place of the world .i mom extroiuo democrat'! republic i'H and socialists. Around tho roiTi Vire scores of baskets and wreaths ol Honors, tho scarlet tulip predominating a lloucr which bids fair to ecoine the tloral emblem of tho New Russia. Tho (lower bore various Inscriptions, such as "To our dear grandmother;" "To Russia's Marty Heroine " e. I 1 0 Wagons! wagons! w&gons t t 1 t- TO NATIVE LOUNIii. I'KIWECUTION VAMHHKH WIIK.Y ItKVOI.UTIO.V IS HUCCKSSI'Ul. IN IHSHIA. iwwm You Need a Tonjc There ate thnes In every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places, when that time comes to you, you know what' tonic to take Cardul, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of pire!y vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened wmanly organs, rmd helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do Hie same for you. ivuvuui juuiu; a iiiiMUKc in tutting Before you buy you should examine our hand t made farm wagons. They run lighter, are made of 1 tho vory best material and last far lougor than any machine made wagon you can buy no matter what J 5 price you pay. i Now that Now York, April 14 the gates of freedom havo opened In Hussla, the Jews wnom czarism urove into exlln will return to their native HUKRi-stlo- X land to spread the freedom they We also do nil kinds of Klncksmilhiiig and Re- 5 learned In the United Stntcs. pairing, eipociallv the hard jobs the other fellow For the Jew Is tho original republican iiml republicanism of tho can't 'do w United Statoa Is the nearest approach to the Idealn of the prophets of IsWo also make a specialty of Horseshoeing and rael ever Incorporated In a state. earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Tho reign of terror In Russia be gan upon tho enactment nf the May Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., Respectfully yours, laws (1S81!,) which placed .0.000,-- , says: I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, uuu iiussian .lows miner uiiiuui iiuru- for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was ships and rcstrlctioiiH. so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy A I'OlO COUld travel tlirUOUt till! spelfs and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and empire; u Finn could do business; a as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." education. Ilut Ukranlaii M'curo Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. Rusblan law harred Jewish children from public schools, and sick Jews w from hospitals; denied Jewish youth Thirty-liv- e years oxpcriencf in the shop. admittance to tho professions; forbade Jewish families to live outside ghettos or travel the from town to town. Defenseless Are Slain. Organized massacres shed the mo.vuv m:m: is a ;ooi h.aci: to .stop nut blood of old men, defenseless women and little children. i Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th When tho chief of the holy synod was asked what he hoped to effect 'J lie Onl) Hotel In Loiiistllle Operate! on the FOR FLETCHER'S by this bloodcurdling policy, ho sahj; Amfilmii iiml IhimiMNiii I'lnn. "One-thir- d of tho Jews will be con' AMKItlCAX PLAN (With Meals) will ho sacrificed, verted, ItonniH without I'.atli but ultli Hot mid Cold Itunnlng Witter. d will lie driven into .MASTKIt '0rMISSIOKlt'N KALK. and exile. In that way the Jewish quessingle. Ji'.Ol) per day; 2 people. $2.00 each 75 Rooms tion In Russia will bo solved. " CO Rooms single, 2. CO per day; 2 people. 2.25 each Ohio Circuit Court. Just so did the Sultan seek to W. U. Xewton, Tlarntlff. r0 Front Konum. single. ."..00 per day; 2 people, 2.50 each full ofliie and action, filled-witthe 3 solve the Armenian question. vs. Notice of Sale IliMiins it It I'riwtU' Ihitli: lire of line inspiration 'and followe S.XsBr7ilr i Tho third who wero driven Into ii. F. liobbs. Defendant. by 250 short stories of adventure, single. 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 each 60 Ilooms I exile became apostles of Russian freewill make Htugle. 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each liy virtue of a judgment arid order 50 Rooms dom. The tales of horror they spread of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court KUIIOPKAN PliA.V (Without Meals) abroad prepared tho world for revo- entered at Its November term, 191C, Koom. without Until hut Itli Hot and Cold Utmning Water. lution In Russia. In the above styled action, for tho In the United States the Jew from purpose of paying a Judgment debt singlo. 51.00 per day; 2 people, $0.75 each Rooms .75 Russia found a 'land of promise, free in favor of W. I). Newton against single, 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each in 60 Rooms schools for his children, industrial II. F liobbs and the cost of this 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each 50 Front Rooms. single, Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, and professional openings for his I will offer for sale at public Rooms Midi PrhHte Until : ' grown sons and daughters, a ltoinu sale. p Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each outcry at the court hull In Fordsville, 50 Rooms 1 avci, ouiciiuc, cuucanuii. rrom me Desr minus to tne oest .wherever he chose to live. single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each CO Rooms Ky., on Saturday, April 21st, 1917, rrx imrln tltu knnt Un iiiauM asaxJ..... f.- Now the Jew Is able and anxious iiniiua, hie ucai me wunu kail piuuutc tor you anuJ everyone p. at about the hour of one o'clock i in the home. There is no aire i to repay America. l)y tens of thou- m upon a credt THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. of 3 and ( mouths, limit to enthusiasm, for The Three Current Issues Free sands hu Is going hack to Russia to Kuropeun I'Uu Only. following described personal the Youth's Companion. show the biggest country on earth property, If you do not LnoWTHE COMPANION Rooms Without Until, St. OO mid lip; Rooms With Private Until, $1.50 let us send you Three Current Issues needs the United States. I how Russia One buy mare mule 14'2 hands FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year- Rest Kitting I'lnro in Town. unit ii h of tho i Russia, covering request. high, about 17 years old, named llecu not 12. The I.ouisvlllo Hotel and the Old Inn are located In tho wholesale earth's surface and populated by Those who subscribe now. sendina $2 gray mare mule, about 1 1 v. 185,000,000 people", awaits develope-- f for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION district uiid.only. a asblork's walk to the. retail, dlstrkL amL theaters. More good reading than you will hands high, about 15 years old, nam- for 191 5, w,ill receive The Companion get in any of the monthly nient. The mines of Oolcou were l.OL'ISVllil,!-- : IIOTKL AMI OLD INN COMPAXV, Props. Home Calendar FREE. , ell Kit. magazines. 4 aot so rich as the unworked Urali. v The purchaser will be required to The ast agricultural glvernmeuts SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE 'jjt!"'-- (. fnrmlug machiitor! The Km- - execute bond with good and HAUTFOIID Rltt'UliLICAX AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, DOTS out ecurity, immediately aft.r s.i'e, fHR YKAU ONK j'pire three times us large as '.Ik Von OX1A S2.75. L'nlted States has only 51,000 miles for the purchase price thereof. OTTO C. .MARTIN. I of railroad. Master Commissioner. THE . Is incalculable work to be 40t3 There M M. I.. Ueavrin, Attorney. SEWINC done, armies of still londerless lab-- ! s MACttSNB, opts waiting to do it, and enormous MASTKK COMMISSK.NKK'S SAliK. CI OF . lank deposits on which to draw. For1 QUALITY. H todkaless Russia is steadily growing II Ohio Circuit Court. I tub. In the twelve jears, T. II. lllack, et a I., Plalntirth, bank deposits increased eight billion vs. Notice of Sale. wHsSTwrT isOJasKbu NOT roubles Wesdey Alauzy, et al.. Defendants'. SOLO To Ask l S. Aid. Will help parents develop their sons into n judgment and order of UNDER Ileie lies tho first' opportunity of Of U; virtue phlo Circuit Court rensale of the ANY the vbest type of citizens and Christian n .Tew. They came tho OTHER dered at its March term, 1917, in tho RiibS-In- n to America exiled apostles of gentlemen. Its pationage is widely scatNAME. ahovo styled action, for the purpose freedom. Thi'y will repay Amerl- paying (he judgment debt of T. tered and comes from the best homes in by returning to of tea for her shelter 4 siJEiircecJ WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME.n m U.'iead American ideals, customs .and II. HlacU and K. U, Ulrkhead,. in tho IPyoun-itntt- ou must know 23 the South. Its capacity is limited, theresum or $05,00, and the judgment vlal is new in I usincss nnJ Induv Ml Ifyoupiin'hasctlipNr.W HOMi: you will Russia, radu thruout now trv. In Imntl.in ami triinr m have a lte a.sc-- nt tlio jirleo you pay, and will Already it "is said new Russia's fate debt of II. T. Crowder of $ii.50, and Oct out of the rut; get on the llrinr Woe. Read fore, reservations should be made early. j not have an cmlloi chain of repair. m for Vugs on tho etllcient management of ..I 41.the purpoiu of paying the cost m n !.... .l...l ..nt..n .....1 .1... IMace your son in this select gioup of n "" Railroad, and "' "'" the Quality m otthJ Kile. I will oiler for Hal "Tho American,"-wIMCOb- t l'aul Mllukiin. boys. Write M Considered l lulilio.nucllon. to tho highest and r m probably ask Americans to take-ove- . ' llL'st w,wr ut tlw rour hoUh0 ,loor the mmtlntfrrttlne and useful macnibe. and it is the control and reorganization. uie uiBitf it moue vortn. Kvrry uuuin m i 3C0 Pictures 300 Article Such n nulley f.mvl.aduwb tno '" Hnrtronl, Kentucky.on Monday. w m Irroups of Cheapest 7al,out ,hc ,,0,lr "f alt for onli'lScciiK All tho new Weai xnd United Mlxy - 1017m Invnitlom ami wireless, in ,mo ' ' "" " crwU, "r slx automobiles In eluctncltj in kliopwoik and in the end and aeroplanes, Bos A. For catalogue and information m iSt.ilfhHiretcliliiK from Sandy .look iMaiiim.n ioiiiwiiiK.iioerioe piup. inI lariuinc, una thtniit at hems, SO paces ererr to Warsaw -- nnirly r r.nv m low lo make . i. leity. m ' mntli. incluitiiii: lofrlccratcrs. r'uiiry homes, Ci around the world. It calls 10 r GQEHHSfflffiHKSi3rasaHaHaLIiaaSKt-:iI!E3Sfurniture, automobile shop repairs, etc. you wimtn4.wlnxniiichliie, write Cot) (Vrtuln lots In Sowdorp addition If utiititl ... ,11.. ill Iiit.llali.liuM.-li-i (r lliiku. irillv1 ... ...IM.I.I. .'W.l.l.J- - ...u .Ifl.f.l. Idf.lr II U full of morrv mnlcfncr. 'jifun vou mireUHw. ourliitisteut.'ilok'ue of ,t0 .he tflwn of Ileaver lMiu, Ky.. It is written in plain LnulUh for rooa anJ boys. bin trained to American 1Ths New Home Ser.te Macfuns Co., Orange, Mass,' 15 Cent n Copy $1.50 a Year .Mauison ioiiows: thinking and working It 'would i,e ' i"u uworuH'u lIVQIiI nilil linllwr lli Vnu millnr write direct to Oet It a "" " ... Wi, jaum. '" """ aakfrTanMsth t "J&utEXXmm'GXKJmJm,mm mi oppertunltj for spreading Amen-,'-'""y 1'opularfrom a newsilealert orFourth Ae., N.Y. Science Monthly, ,!l "?v,? cun htniulunlK imd trude by tho un- - tl,re'' fi"r llvp- - hlx n" rp JJ p itt a spr fr il fi iwJ It. ilimj lfflfi2S2S5fe ' lil0PK " on HlUl1 Hiree'. wiHlslots ne- No ComMsiation forgetting Jew inpc niiy ieot itoni eacn and run- ia , .. 1 mug back to an ullfcy about HiO to UV-VER-iCleur Vour Skin lit Hpilnji. c$ Like nioiun ' P fwt deep, 11 plat of said lots Ik Spring house gleaning R and cleaning Inside and outside. Dull '"i H'u u tho tounty ciork'u olHw of Petro Mcnta Relives Piles 1 pimply akin U ait uftormnth of 1n-- ; 'hlo, county, and bclnu part of the All For jf a & j So iiiHttur how gtiililiorn tho cohvwywl lo Samuel aowdors by tor Inactivity. Klunh jour iiitwilliK-will cae may b I'etio-Ment- a with h mild laxntlvo and' clean out.ibo Master CoinmUBlonor of Ohio hriiiH relief A trial will convince v-..: vi the aceumulated wiiottNi, ousy'to take, enmity, Kontuckv, and reciirjled In you. sate by Ohio County i.' Hhe they do not rlpe Be Dr. King's Now C'lmhilsaionor's doed liook (', Drill? Co. Price 25c I hsu?sof 1 12. in tho county clerk's olllcu of Life I'UIb will clear your complex-- . C3 IS3UES l inrawums companu )I) Ion and brighten your eyo. Try Dr uhlo county, Kentucky, date Novem-Klng- s Tin f a onto family wrfldy of AnwnVa. V. I rv rtn rr. J 1111U( CuII.il!.l( UlUUlt l?Jf.Wlltl New l.ifo l'llls and "er 20. IS77. y 0 Sbnrt a thouawl Article VYe Knock the Spots Out of Things 1'iiiuiy-jiiami Suxfieatunv a Thq purchaser will be ruaulrcd to throw oir the bltiggish wiutor shell. Feci rlarht nil .the time. Don't lay o!t. I'agcc la: alt ascb. . i. irom worK lor tiavs ov laumir coiuinoi At drugKlsIs, "So. 2 exeuuto bond Immcdlntoly after sale vr fnr.itti't'ZJnt'u'brcrJuSllSSi -. mid urll(in will bo rotalned uf addl- v on yotlrfeut, wjuloreliovingyourtrouli. . 'MAIITVU MKItOINK IS Itlonul Humility. lo. Safer too, and easy to take. Don KKCIUVKI) WITH ACl'iai.M Glvou under my hand this 10th day 'oii eaa't atforu tako anylhinsr lJ AND A urxss rAtlEMe . yWKttitowm'fflktt . USUES 1 St. Kliminati'8 pouions, cleuusos tys-ter(Uf Al,rt( jyl7i "ii7Jjr-s SHt-I.M. -Kronoh Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a iK. . Jfcrir m'liiliV lr 'lw--n.T f. '-- tr.TTfi"j.' iuk! relieved constipation. A nat! 1 "....:.".-. I'erograd. April l( ivln London. ii .'.s OTTO C. m'aRTIN, ural remedy, natural in lU action, sura Suporlor MRiiner. April I5.i The arrival In lsjtroj!i-.u- lt Utjii; ' Mtwtur Coinmlwlon-- . in its elloet and ccrUin in roult. It today of Madanio CNthtiuluw llretdi-- l Snd us your GtirmtMita and Have won't bo lonj' Leforo iff ax wi.l WwtfSt. Snillh, Attorne.vB. --- i. f ft completely dis)!aco culcmel in overt Thtfiu kuvkau wan the uqjytplon home. Children, can taku it iWly m lui.oinulu. dramatic yHlberliiK of NtKoriiiiK or with perfect kafotv. Evry Inittlu juui- CLEANED CLEAN Indyisllon nearly nlwiyVlltiirl revolutionary, und tarror- the forinar anteetl. &)c fintl l in bottU. jSoi s often I'&ukagufi culled for and delivered. ist tluiu to give her an wiitlniBlusllu thu jn,'itp,"nn)io or krw, and trenuiuo without tho likenetw and uina the okiio of iiuomulH. Ut u llnht ture of L. K. Cnicaby. For saU by and emntlouttl'wulcomo. , L l H iuv"''rs(tlisisvrlnwiiUt J tssmna tkiiestiirui--ai- t Pjiur 'Jth Utile if tiny moat, und All Potroarud, In faotr turnuil out - Hartfora J. H. WILLIAMS, K, J H 9 IHK YOUTH'S COMPANION for f3 ut1 . aiul tlie l17 Home Calendar. I to acelalm th 'i;rauduiothur of tlu "" "iJlljA also tako one of Chamber-revolutio- THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB H tiii ; pi o cholcuof any I5cent ii i'li fur or. ita on her hbniecomliiK from lulu's Tablets ImmcdhtMy alter MAGAZINE 'x V. Iv.v N'all, l'ron. H !"v '"(jiiVjUl'wial'Klri'of ir. f i" ,'hPiv she had .pent fnrly und see if ou ibi iioi much M r' C ICSETTS .I V 1 5 P.-.T' IK Y'll Til S COMPANION'. viu In the back av4 t m Olitulu. '!' .vjrwliorp llVU'lTOKI), lour of her .s uiny three jears ti I" la Drt MJm XaU KM Hresu-kivsluiya J Tlie Woman's Tonic &RDUI Sonl lA.B.RowScKy. Centertowti, littli: . ,,. Has Helped Thousands. WWKWZL pest-hreedl- 1 one-thir- d Children Cry CASTOR A fefflO Great Better Than Ever 1915 .... 1 L one-thir- i S IfieYOUTffS COMPANION sH J to-wl- t: one-sixt- -- . . Vandcrbill Training School for Boys Get on the Filing Line a 1 NEW ELKTON, KY. 105-191- 7, Russo-Auierlca- HOME t - "Tsfc -.-- Trims-Siberia- Popular Science Monthly 111 MATHENEY & BAITS two-thlr- "'",.iu ',ck - 11 wn. ?' "-- Reading It , USE AX 10 MSfear F inl l f i , For Lazy Liver and Troubles oi Constipation. 1 teiestlfo 111 ht i tya.d2eS u aild Garments IVieil . .... T-r- H -- Ve-'L- ..'2asw n' J nup-Sibei- t- -ft l i H4. rJlata s. III I ,i.aLJl Waff" l !, -- arc auWfff URGES KENTUCKY TO RAISE FOOD HK VltOOMAN SAVH FAKMK1W, .& If VITAL FORCE IN BUSINESS. later life: "Commodore II. K. Thatcher. In of the Colorado, welcomed me on It I an Excipti'onal Proct or Manu my Ihi:ii1 lieiirtlly. notwithstanding facturing Plant In These Days That tVfiiith. I!i wiitil tint dlilii wiia In it liuil HITS AT LAND OWNER Does Not Real Fundamentally Upon .; ,R ttt Im.i i l.v In the f Chtmical Control. gorcriinicitt of the crew or iWi men. KIPLING POKM ON AMKKItJ.VS "Cradnally-- I was nble to Identify (be Six gentlemen gathered round n taKuroiirngo Trouint To Plant Mu- -t JNTHY IN THK UKKAT UWIt ble on which The.x were I he ones , steel worst fuiiiic(i's. wcie displayed u Siuir That Will lie of Ormilot I had to tame. Tlie ringleader was a rail, n wuterprbof shoe, a llfiy ecnt lloiicflt to Nation. London, April 1H. The London . ti.K.L'llA mill ii flu tt f ii'.,.i..i....l I.....I ulaiit red headed ihiglNhimiii niiliied ' "" " i I,..'-- " .... ....- I. Webster. of l... uauy ic.esr...... ...... "' I i:,,oh claimed crisllt for cieatlng these ImkIHv fear Manytills hi males were In of ureal hi lite The4 i tun j aru iiuiiuh, " " commodities, prison being full. I had him put down Frankfort,. Ky April 17. "The America's participation In tho A It urn tii'iultniltj if mm it'oiul.iirnl In ilu li.J.1 tn li.niij qual-Jt- y responsibility for adenuuto food pro war. The poet puts the words In this f.(ctory !)ystl,11,.. .,,,, le lml..T.raetur- - "0.10 day I hninl u breaking of,' Individual citi moutli of "Tho American Spirit. duction lies with the or ..Mv r.ireslalit built iuj fnetory, glass, mid tlie mderlj told uic that yen," 'said Gufl Vrooman, Assistant who tineaks of tile ODtiort unity to "re- - ' nml me It ....In.- - ' Wi.l.f..i- - I. i.l lii..,i...n fw... nl I.U li.nw Secretary of Agriculture, In an ad- cover tho road wo lost In tho drug- "How about money'?" protested the had drheii tlie senlrj out of tlie hold! dress before tlie Kentucky Legisla- Bed and doubting y Two ot banker. "YVIieie would your factory and. In a blind race. wa breaking up be without my tiiiam-ht- l nld?" stone bottle bf soda and tile lliat were ture here today. Mr. Vroomnn's re- tlie stanzas ruv: The tliiul man was an engineer. Mined there. marks were directed generally to the to arrest "1 sent the niaMcr-iit-amiNeither factory nor limine,, would South, and. in this Instance, more "In the pates of death rejoice ihate been of niueli aoeount wllliont him. mid the master nt aims (tune particularly to Kentucklans. We see and hold the Rood my professional .ibllity In working nut biiek to leport thin WeliMer had sorn "Any planter or farmer," he con- Hear witness, earth we have made processes" he averted. "Knell of lie would kill tlie llrM in. in thai tried tinued, "who In this national crisis our choice . these articles embodies hundreds of to eonie down tlie holder Into the hold .. ovi... .i.i. ... ..i..iti...iibi which fails to put a large part of his land For freedom's brotherhood ''SllWi a sliiialieii wii. not to be en have VIUVVI 111 ii .'"'II III". ' in food crops is lacking both In paMil veil." dared. I took mi reoler and siart j triotism and in common prudence. "Then praise the Lord most high "All production rests on labor," tie- - etl for tlie hold When eiime to the Wo cannot win this war If we permit Whose strength hath saved us whole, rlnTed u workman in cap and over- - , bidder Welnler jeiltsl up tlie threat factory ulil.'li luiil made tin1 others liesilad; the boys ul tlie front to supply all of Who hade us choose that the tlesli :'K "lf ' w"lk- ,l" of everything stops.In view of lux known feroiit Of Today tho first the should die course, any one yolm: down tlie ladder "' b,,,lt ,'"'!f,1"-- ', duty of the South and the mi t Ion is And not tho living soul." s.ilt- - would expose bis ulmle lod.t lo an atfor your to get tood. Rvery last man, woni-h- ii man. lack before his licnd was I. clou the . and child must share in this com- ' de-Finally the sixth man dpoke. k lee; un he e..uld mc his nder privilege. .iiiiiu burden and April l.. Mtssoraceiuioaits, who x um ., t.a,,nis." lie Mild,' "and .uy. Iiut uio tein.orarliug with the I "1 am myself a land owner as well Is attending Bethel College at Hop- - wge ;lre a tiemical iodiiet.s. All fellow meant a bud etu-e- t on the whole ;is a public otiicial, and I want to say kinsville, was at home a industry today Is rlictii-'Miip'ii eiuiip.iiiy. ;i personal word to the land owners this week Von may think that your steel '" Wuhstei. tlii is the eic ntlve olli lealof the South. 'I Miss Mary Ilender, of Livermore, !rail ,vas made In furnaces and mills cer. Mr lowe.. I nnleil to Iilm nur,,I' "eelinidcul iiroce.sses. but am ci'IiiInl' down ti nil. Wehnler, joil "All land owners of the South who visited her sister. Mrs. Alvin Howe. lo lliusli it ilepenils on unit l'i'4viut. ,,r iliN if ihi mine u linlive In tlie cities and rent their lands Saturday nnd Sunday. I rruui .'hcmJcal exactness in mateiials and ' ger iiualust me I kill .Mill to tenants, owe a duty to their counMiss Kunico Shultz, of Uockport, iiKitiliiiiiMtiiio. ni.i.ir tii.. i.hmmUii-- i u ' "I slejipeil down tin' ladder iUlekl.v try In this time of war necessity for was the guest of Miss Bowie Mason j,ai.kitlj; ,,. ,..,, bl.lutK- - Tlmt dll.;,im. to mv Webster 'Iiiii'llng with n loiie foodhtulls, ' They should give their Saturday and Sunday. t tanned shoe i a ehenilcal achievement. ale iHittle III bis hunt! Ieml to llnow tenants every facility, for growing not Oiiee P:verl. who has been tanning N a eliem'Iealiy exact l.ul he did not throv it ami Mil. milled ' only the supplies ijpeded on their ployed in Detroit, Mich., for a short preceis. The necktie Is made, of artiil-time- , lo .irieM ieieably " farms, but also tliOyfihould urge ev"lal silk, a chemical iiuitntlotr tli.tjs came home Suuday. ery tenant to grow a surplus of food Miss Nellie Ooodall is visiting Mrs. 'at 01"-- elieap. food looking and use WEDDED SIXTY-FOU- R YEARS. crops. Local forces should be or- John Llndler. of Point I'leasant. this "" -- vs your ean, oi uie pa-- i. high hoes. ling Industry has been built up on ganized to furnish a market at reasCui( Word Hai Naver Paitad " I'hemieal lesenreh. and tills meat was a onable pr.lces for tiiese food crops Ike Askby Is getting along nicely -end. ,,, ,,. ...... ,.,.,,,, Di,wrtn Thlt Couplr. and thus Insure a profit on the crops with measles. In it daj of lust) dloive, whei product (ienllenieii. IhreefiiilrtUs of produced. Mrs. Liza Phlpps, who lias beeu nil our mauufactuiiiig today Is cieuv minds nte turnlnu- - lo eeK wavs in Any laud owner who. by exor-jgic- k for several days, is able to be leal at bottom, ana vou must, recutita whli'ti imiriied coupler iii.ij Ihe hap. ' , nilai.t rents or by pressure of any(ollt aBaIn ',,lnt ,;n,.t ir u,u :ire u, ,1Jt(,.J4 II. ertdit i.s due to .Mr. und V.rs. jvirt, cau.sos his tenants to plant on IXw j j willet delivered an ex- - .vnr business and continue to make i liarles lEoOine of Philadelphia, who ' liuve been iiKinl'.M st.t-foibis lands a larger crop of tobacco atc,.Ueut berIl,on Sunday night, on "The '"";." eiiis. i ib.j expense of f:id production is not qi,i, ti, Kilter avllnl new f.i tor in American Tlu fml that tlu-- have lived together pi, in,,n.i that Ioiir is Snieieliig ii . cmiik ins pan uih. mis signally iaii-- 1 Industry hut t.arl Asi,,j--, who has been sick for Look nteiieniical control. our manufacturing plants heir chief rluiiu to puljlic imtlee i In oi to measure hi. to tlie reulrements tSOI.1H timH. Is rpnnrlP1i i.t,pr. Ithroiigh ihe eyes of the chemistmid their statciiieul that' thev have never I have said oi n good ciii.;-i.- . products that you had .supposed nero ! H'laireied or ewn e'.elianged a ress and 1 tay egain, that tlie South Mill Help tthe.it Crop. .entirely tiieehunleal in their .nature. can and must feed herself, and lliisi F.irzu. N. D.. Anrll 17. Snow or such as huihliug materials, nictuts. rna ' The wife nscrlhex her hanMiie.M lo i .hi oni.v up homo wru'ii our city lann T )rJ,n Ml over virtually all of North chlnery, and the like, heroine prodptU HieM causes. 1 owners and .tho.-.-e who control lands Uakota and Western Minnesota yes- - "f the lalioratory Tlie foo.1 joii pat, ' 'n.sauM- - I think (liere l n e like , J, J. Mtively su)poi mid use tlieir Infln- - terday. ranging from a tl,u L'vepges .vou. drink, the clothe 'iatl.er.' h ( U euce 10 seciir-- i me iro.iucilon the tools you. use. your , "' au--, ,,.., am always willing to i .. 01 .,,,..,-...1-.. 1 .. i.. ,. ...l iianuu , , .. ; . .. ..ii., .ii v i:iiiiui rini..t.. .o- - u iiiayuuugs uuii. iii iiua- wi similes anil tie iiower, iced. employees are con : rnlii.f.'Llt in Hie nnrllip.-iulnr- "" "Uei.aue. I H iii d heat and lleiit llml keen loo conifnrtn. ut tiling in the -if ' .,...,.... r... """ " if '""'-,- . ' lllil ,u' " Altiiough the rain al"l ble In the modem world In action. stantly trying to trouble of any one. world to please hltn. ewr. ue ims oi cropping may aireauy ding uMlieui U uhtle clieinlenl JfiipcrvUIMi,! "Iteeaue ?miw i. u u. lu iici.i lime ulwtijs given him kind in the workings of the equipno Jand owner, .true to his operations made, but for a few days, it is said ft Is'tiii uxieitiotml piooess or plant ! I'h'iit of good food. uuiuiij, iu Muiiu m iue,a oi ine,lIlu. ... .lfl.,s.. n.1.i1irIl of the s...l- t i 'iJeeiiii.e I ,... iilmivs iirnUml lilm not ri.tr fiimlii. iI . ..,...... ... ...v . .... t .lmw ..ment, and to repair such troubles as soon '! l.roduction of toodstulls because of j lK lu tlle Stato h conipioted, .'...- mentally on ehmitenl control, and lf . when lie deserved It." as possible after they occur. seldsh considerations. Eten from, -- SoMns could .e more Ibelief!-- yoiiunii ,.. that Hoes not sometliliig viewpoint or um marloin; .. ...... l"irue iiiiiiMinrj. ;mu., .ioe rvauns which ' A' I... ..V,...l tlie hellish clijint or the Individual cial for tlie urain in the .cround I.. propuiuy .1. ...... ...I. .. jor iiihk. ... uie iiiuuer wuu ii ' o.il.ll,... 1.. 'l... ....M..1 ,, lr be tltuls for the iimuarnil felicity of v,'0 i eusoii, ii our .in iu """n Subscribers are asked to trouble ssnoTwau, sain j. v titifc.in l,l,,ieL' und his wife me contained In ()f ,i,l!ltl,lUnB ,(,r(l u not( ""- - " ( onimlssioner ot Agriculture, in a eiieniical control: immediately, the follow la. exercise a reasonable her splendid crusade for democracy L,.,tl.mt.nt v at iHBIimrck last s Kvery body knows that nuHi bus "HeeHU-- v I think my ulfe Is Ihe tluel and liberty, the same invincible splr- patience while it is being cleared. fnlll..i,lf,i, wh,.r nWfii been accomplished In tlie ia.-.-t jfew Mowian (a the world. it of patriotism must animate all WBS rocordcd. ears by InfciiiKciil study of jtip1u; lu ,"Heum,ie I neer have u vacation uti- .classes of our citizens. A Industry tlie workers manager: M'ss she um-- too If you do see a man actually "Land owuers of Kentucky, tho! "Hccnuse 1 have always been leady understands that his people lme, dlf-- ' llaltol n llurden. working on telephone, it does time has come for you to sign your; New York, April 17. Declaring ferences of temperament, education. to listen to what she has to say. pledKes aiifl 'do your bit, for the brafns. stieiiKth. likes and dislikes. He! 'lieeause have uvv,-- wanted nuy- you are mean that "the ballot is not a reward, but uses their receiving South, the nation and for the sucuntiirai ubllitles as far as body else but inollie..' " a burden," Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge (Misslbli) tiud, when these are too pro- The fact Is that this loiiple continued cessful termination of tlie war." and Mls.s Allco Hill Crittenden, pres- uoiinccd in a eeitiiln direction, may eoufishlp after marriage and eaih eon. idents rpsnectlvolv of the Nntiomil another, by liar- union love, Administrator'., .,,, of t,H, N(jW Vork s,.Uo As,so(.,a. cheek oiic against enerjry andas cautious'' trlliuted tu themake aeriftees, eacli nnd Notice. difficulty may be at the switchuessini; eareless willingness to for All persons IihvIiik claims aKain.st .Uons opiswrto ;man sxperleiice together, liven dllVeience.s 'tho other. In the liWo iij well as the ltltf SulfraRe. board, in the cable at any one of sevestuti. of Mrs. Lucinda Taylor M1(.(, a Jd.,j. btntini,t.Ilt l()u!iv, pro. of nationiilily. iollilcs and religion can tlilups Mot nni'lta1 unhuppliiess Is places. eral will present then, properly j u.st,K UKalllbl deeded three men may K.eliaiifie. r0I)Osals to Kivo be liuriiiouUed to Increase output, raise based on proven lo mo at my office In Heaver be work it down. womol tUe HllirrilRe HB tl reward for earuiu's, cut costs und uboll!i waste;' and accidents. Jiani, Ky.. on or .before May Ut Twelve Wa a Mystio Number. country. Now comes tlie chemist and insists , Wh.i .should n Jury nmiiher twelve? , l!i 17, or they will be forever barred, e0rvlceb to thulr m ludiislry are Just iHaekstoi.e nttilbutes the fl.Mnf; of the that the ninterials of is always first consideration to I. Ti. ItliOAUS, S SensltUe. about like the pimple. They are tern- im,bi.r i the Nonuans. who. like all SMI Administrator. An attorney was consulted by i petameiilul. clear troubles promptly. They have win in likes .Suiii(l!iia Ian niue.-toi.- s. held -- -- Vfrwoman dt'slrous of hrlKliu; aelion ami dislikes for each other. Some ani their twelve in wporatlou as a mystic iiiim-beUejiiiblicaiis lioynl. energetic and some sluxulsiit T'he) ilif-J'nBaliint her husband for a divorce. s'leiilien. In ids "I'liiiiinentarles," When you TelephoneSmile WasliliiBlou. April 17. Kepiihll- Willi mass, temperatllie, time, nnd siippoit-.li.sho r.llue(, a hnrmwinf. talo of the ideii nnd ulves Instances van Senators, in conference m ,1(,i,,., Ki, i,,i r..h..iv,i ,.t i.i.. so on 'j heir (lltfeicuce.s aio as Mihth: of ilio paid lo twelve lu early decided Keiieraily lo stand hehliiA thojunaH- So Impressive was liur reeaow as '""""it whliiisles. ImiIii detected Teutonic laws und llnds distinct eviPresident in war legislation 'so farfi,.lk lawyer, for u moment, was ol,lv w"u llle "ileneopc or delicate dence tli.lt twelve lift'n weie le.uilied AND reactions lu maiij eases. The ehem- - j i.uioirthe AiiKlu Saxons to form an suuKOhle,! to CouKmsh, bin made startled out of his usual professional 1st alms lo lirius aliout witli materials uiiiuMil(iii. -- Iymdon Standard. Incnrnoritcd no oifori to lilnd Senators to approve composure. I., 1. in.... ni.il .. Ii.. l...w ' Hill ii.v L.i.ni. k'lii.ai.v. ..iiii . i,....). 1.. selective couhci'litlon or to uccopt . JtlDDI.i:, MANACKIt, lIAUTIHmn, KY. you say this man mony thiit the manager oi 'ii.iii "From wiiat euiioyits Beauty In Business. the Adinfiilstratlon roentiu jiropos-al- s inuhl bo it brute of the worst type!" hrlnvs aliout with Milium licluux a T.ooks me a meaiw in' Juliln In the exact form advocated by We must till yet aciiitiiitted with each, exclaimed. he early m.iribise, INDIANA ri.Al. l'OK parent were at their vacation In tho tlie Executive Dcpartinout. new basis, says (u. uiicm." tltTs iioKsllill'ties of The applicant for divorce nroso other on thin wliL-Is ii nejaitlip eleiiieiit of her ItOOSKVKIV "K DIVISION country. This nuido her Ineligible There was a distinct fetdluK tllut und witli buvuro dignity announced: 1st. I!.'inkers and business i must as a pupil of this school. In telling the ihenlcal viewpoint ami learn thoro slKiiiiU bo no genum legisla , , wnM , "Sir, I shall consult another law- (.v Blrh Indianapolis, lud., April tl.--A- n a playmate about it when she was '1 ay now tion nt the iiresoiit session nnd that .iver. I came here to uet advice as to opnssoucl.emluilvuhies T Indiana IIiik will lloat at the head old enough to understand the sltuu-Ho- n nil In tlie eniiluecr lor professional ' . CoiiBress should got away ijyltiib ,, divorce, not to hear my husband is uhhua-when t.m;',ake of Theodore ltoosevolt's division of tho child, said: inhl'Suintiiur. I abused !",Im, ?vi ,,,,w' and stall new enterprises. Thoj must ,? Americana in France, If the former "Vou bee, I was born while I was a "III" .V'"S. -IU,,U.l,"e ,'UT 5"" .learn to call in ..,the che.nis, ,,.,.. ,W1 iy I'roshlout realizes his wish to light on m'y vacation." .l. UI'J'JIIATOUS IUHl'CSS i u.,m,i ,n. ,.m,i i,. tiau ioveiiiauins. W. t itviuniU) it iii i. .,., i.. ..Nose for lliisluess. Mtiiiii'i.-ineiit- . ' ..i,... .'i at the side of tho Entente Allies. . "... CAtt MIIOKTAKK IM(6ll.l-:.to ,i "Mr., uin.i-ivi,,f ..r,.i,i ............. ,.- i.. i. ..i...., .,...,i,i.... . .i..ir. i ditstilal ............. ...,;.......-,'" ' "" " . ,;,( .. . Tho idea of presenting a (Iuk purN'OTICi:. crrully kotjii lusttttitloii, Ihii't s,hu?" lelatlon with the uiialueer was nut e.s. i wo htullloiiH, chased by subscription to Coll' lloose- Stylo In Emotion. Tub Ohio Valley Coal- - Operator . two Jacks four ' tabllshcd In a day. ,.,! .vro.' n..,iiy. ' y . .,,.., .Uodntlmt hold an A similar relation with. Uie elmnilst '"Now some M'hi'ulllle Hliarji iwiys veil orgluated with JVJns. Kranl Owen KOOd ones r.,..mri;iihl - so . resnoml.-........ .. .,. .,..., . 1. are styles in emotions." l.KO' inlJAUTY Watt win to $n Cnbbett. uiBouiiRai iimBirMMi "Why her husband Kll0U,,iuko nine, nir uiu pie,eni iue there belleo It. I know some women- - Kltton, of Indianapolis, w1io1iolluv.es "I iU)()S0VL,u u the ideal American, to 111 t.mvfiio tin I utiIh.,,,,., nlth iiseuiw uiu car isunriiyio proDjem ,0 10 hands. "lil,"'t see., a . , , h.,i,m ,W welKht. nlf. wai. tno wontern KeniucKy dlntrlct " ... , Wr"r,Ui"1V "V" J ,M,;.mlM. .in his ,, l.- The to tuk toiiiinltteo was appointed "- lall- ' (hat he has b.vi. too.elosely ubsorbed , I..7.'ul' ' i qiialntliiB' him with the plan, .Col. Ion, lu sonm iieiuitio action In relieve the sit. hands. wtoiLhl i r.n . lu his iirpl'CiYilou audth.il ic juuxi now 1 Cruel. i Hoosoveli- - said: "That'u lino: will ; nation. This commute.' held a intuitCIIIfA(10 IMIIDH, known im tho A of, lTolwlt,t 'DooMi't It' uiiiioy you to hear a wo. I'lniitfiiu in" iiviiriiiiriiiiii. - oi me oaiiu gladly accept the llag. I only hope IJakor Jack aud ai'ANISII ing at tho hotol last night The body "You wouldn't noil your, vol. '.it. the biuhie.ss man and tlie mail u ninii talkliiK fclaiuzl" KING ' my division will bo allowed to go known may Jllo u eoiuplaint with thu Ktm. i youT i the sheet nnd show them wlieie cliem. Hviiy iiienlloii sluug oiwelullV" the Hamilton Jack Iloth lucky Htalu llaliruad (hi mm Ins Ion, ae VOr l" Kra"c"-"- , ."No. Iiuk'." !tllHU'ri1 Unlitili Pink. l"try tdliehes ovurylhUtg hi modern llfa . Kcebanuo. . -. vhlto polnu. IGii hands ..r , tZ (ordliig o .Iudg W. A. Wlekllffe, ot , ' k ,!unie 1,1 Cellini hi Sattuday llyoa aii thB al()Vo ((uu(J Bt(cit lVL' ' " k'' ' JUS INJst. (iieonvllle, Ky., who provided It Is llm law of u school In a lonn aura ami in i.ort lira 8l.coni, V a WJiimoH wh.it's ruunlii' 'A Differoncj. .'llut ) t) Many of Um uilnori ou the tllhinl.jfjoMJco ws lo glvti m two dollar, 'I Iinir juji "have licNMrvlsitlug near Iloslon Unit only children born , Slnlllona $10 tv n . uesieruays negieci causes ' friends? lu Unit town shall attend. One llttlu i.entrtu emiw opuraiu tun a maail wininiou gmtlt.udQ wpubl uiok m-- i ' CUAS. R. MILI.UH, wso,; awrdlng to Judge votoifghkhIu.Vi girl In llilb town wax born whlld hur imri oi A r DUTY TO TtlKIll COtlNTKY IS 111(1 CIMlt. Wlckltffe, whtlo a similar condition prevails on the U & N. The mines arc being furnished" with onlr about 40 per cent, of the normal supply of cars, ho said. As a consequence, many of the nilns have been forced to suspend operations entirely, or for a part of the time. As a result of lack of work, deplorable conditions have doveloped among the miners and their families, ho said. C. F. Itlchardson. II. I.. Tucker and V. W. Bridges wero appointed as a committee to take some definite action for relief. Courier-Journa- l. MODERN INDUSTRY DEWEY'S IRON NERVE. T The Immense Debt It Owes to following story, which hIiiiwh Hint us the Science of Chemistry. a young lleiiteiuini commander (he I How, Whan a Vouno Officer, Ho Subdued an Ugly Mutlnetr. In Ailiuli'iil liewcy's iiuliililoxraphy, written for Hearst's .Mapizhie. Is lliu hero of .Manila hay uliciidy possessed lie Iron nerve that characterized his coin-mau- d Footwear ! The popular styles in men's, women's and children's Low Shoes are ready for your consideration. The styles are very attractive and the has been fully maintained and the prices are as low as is possible under present merchandising conditions. Spring : ., "-- -' '! I ' itiiiiiM'-einet- it i i If 1 you'are interested in stylish, queen's taste. 1 ' .vr , good wearing footwear, this store can serve you to a QUALITY Slippers e. ' "f - f "'""''"""' ...-- 1 QUEEN for s few-day- three-fourth- s the women. i ''' KING QUALITY Oxfords for the men. BILIKEN Sport Shoes and Ox fords for the childrep. " .i. ir ku ,.,,. .. Stick to our graders It means substantial saving in the E. P. Barnes & Bro. i .,,, ,,j ir Beaver Dam, Ky. I w. ; ry J five-inc- . -- .. .'"." ClCPllOlrlC il IO V1D16S V inur BELL Telephone prevent 1 , w iiow.-id.-i- Hi-i- - - ' . "a-..,- . ',.., ,, . .. ; andto report , s ' your not 1 r that attention. The not not proper re.-pe-ct f Is-t- j ' or other Two or hunting at It our , j . I "" i. s to-da- - .CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY . , ,,, . .S'T.r -- 'Tr! $Tn 111 - -T - . , , all-da. .. ... i I iiiijj trS"' -',- ....,. iii - s . pa,t.,',s,K,,l,e-s7.le,l."-K,i-t:i.y.iour,,a.f.- ' IVl Ii: . ''"J .?" Shi i- J n M i ,......, ..., ill, '"' "I", - a j.-id- iwo-inirc- ii rordsville, K'y. ! I,' y t. . mU to t MkhhtMMUU t2foMMVTttfm - r "''sittlV! "'""!