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The Hartford republican: April 27, 1917 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 hao1917042701_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: April 27, 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. ) Fine Job Work. VOL. XXIX. mm 0x0 Dbviin-.ii tic the people of oiiio county ten a No. 43 h rm iMtwrs-o- F all Subscription $1 per Year HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1917. U. S. GUNNER SINKS FIRST SUBMARINE Shell From Gun on Mag- nolia Puts German Down And Out. U-bo- at OFF THE COAST OF GREAT BRITAIN period, provided lfiO for tho two-dn- y ns nKaliiHt 147 recruited in Michigan, VOLUNTEER PLAN 133 In New York, li'S n Pennfcyl-vanl- n Illinois and 100 in Indl.ini PROVEfl FAILURE bus furnished a total of '.',.'77 men slnco April 1, the nenre.-- contender mr lilnh ptuco being Pennsylvania with 2.3S2. COST JIAXV LIVKS l. CXdL.Wn .VXD VOKKi:i) I'XTOM) HAI5D- VWM I'KIVII.KtJKS AT tJ. ships ox crri.rixs. OL' K. L'l'IlKlil) IIV KKIUl ! n-f- t- SCORED A CLEAN HIT AT 1,000 YARDS Periscope of Under Sea Craft Shatter- edThe Captain States Oil Came To Surface. Capl. lUeo. ot Loudon. ..rll 2 & IIi American steamer Mongolia, which has uirlwd iti a Hi ItlslVporl tli.l lold I ho Associated Press Mongolia hutl tired Hit- - Uist gun lhi ii f the war fur the ('lilted Si ales and sunk a German submarine The subnrirlno. Capl. Itiro said, wan about 1o utlaek Ihi- - Kri'jt Ilnrr, in UrltJsli wilier on April 1!'. He no declared then was absolutely its liit and doubt that the i' hciat there wax ever leason lo bellete It was destroyed. Th nmal gunners on hoard made Tlm a rle.ui lilt at l.OOii periscope was seen to lf Oil Seen On Surface. Even more pertinent a fuel, as rethe subgards llu- - ultimate tali-"o- f marine, w.i that tin- shell disappeared immediately art it tin- hit was Hint a made, 'fjhe capl.iiu stated shell alwnjs ricochets In the waters ami run be seen again unle.h 11 tiinls m-Oil wax seen, on llu tin' mark niter the xtitliinurlitt disappeared. The mongolia wan 'going at full spied and was a Ions distance away when tin' spray and foam subsided, hut from the bridge the otlleerH observed the spot through their gla.-Fa-'s m iid they aro conl'ulenl the submarine w.i.s sunk In-datt,T-ilcr LexlliKton, Ky., April 23. Free. nt the University of Keny by Circuit tucky were upheld JihIru Charles Kerr in nii'tiBreed Hiilt brouKht by thirty Htudents ngulnst President Henry S. Marker and the privlcKDi trustees. A The act upheld grants frco tuition matriculation, room rent, fuel, light and if In tho college for the full terra free transportation to county selected through competiTho Judgment, If tive examination. upheld by the Court of Appeals, will have a relroacttvo effect, and 20,000 and $30,000 in feos-mube refunded to students. Tho Attorney (cner.il recently ruled that the net was unconstitutional. Tho case will be heard by he Court of Appeal May 13. lighters In a democratic nation full of personal freedom and lacking mi- SEAMEN. EIGHT litary experiences. The French llourgeols, in the General's opinion, HAND-TO-HANmakes the Ideal soldier, because war D has been almost an instinct in his blood since the days of Napoleon. Gen. Hrldges praised the French army In the highest terms and said AXCIKXT SKA TIGHTS KKCAM.KD IIY HATTLK IX ENGLISH there had grown up between France CHAXXKL. and England, former enemies, a feeling that was more than friendship and that was almost a love match. BRIDGES GIVES HIS VIEWS 'Gem llrlilges will consult with nil SHIP3LASHED TOGETHER American otlicers and lias a mass of detailed information lo place at i dosposal. It Is possible he may Snj'K Democraey Has Iteciiuiu their In Km- rtiifiiiet And Culhiss l.'.-also meet .the military committees of 'Almost ranatlcjil" Oor I'nU Anil eouulor llelueen Congress. tersrtl Service. . (Vniiiiii Crafts. i in front ol an arch of pink tulle, aiiiihix unci Kilhimcy rohtM. On i'h Hide of (lie arch were placed IIkIU of palms and fiTltn. Thi- pink hooded otiidlcrt added Kre;it hliuity-tthe Feelie. The bride wu.s I'lin nil in k1 attired ill a dtesH or uhltn lulle combined with silver lace and pear- - triiuiiiKs. Tho brides lulle veil wns worn off th face aud adJiiHted by a band of pcarlt. She (mit led a hhower of bride ro.ses and lillli'.s of the o bo-Ue- parlor I'. H. Submarine H-;- !, ' valleyy Tim llower lid sill wore a white or-p- a ie drihS with pink tulle sash iind carried a Kicuch bahket of pink ItUAUS AUTHORIZED sweet pclib. Tlie ereliion was Inllowed by a break lut! The njveral rooinw were TO INCREASE RATES .rtlstlc:illy deiorateil Willi K I Har- Wnshlneton, April 23. The Navy Depaitmeut aupounced late today which went thai the submarine ashore on. the California coast several mouths ago, had been tloated I'lid was under tow to tho Mare Island Navy Yard for repairs. April 24. -- Lieutenant ttencT.il llridges, a lueniber of the liritlsli Comnilsslou, declared here today. In a talk with uewspaper that' the lirltlsh correspondents, fandemocracy had become-"almos- t atical" over "universal mllitay service. The volunteer sstem under which lliy empire entered the war, Geueial Ilrldges said, has cost lb. lives of tho most valuable citizens, crippled industrial Uiobllliitlon and Immeasurably set back Kngland's efforU In the war. "War," haid General Hridges, "is "no lougor a war o'f expeditious, but is n case of nation agnlust initiou. Men, women 'and, children are equally drawn into its vorte,x, the woriion and children being forced Into industry In order to and fed on supply the men at tho front. War has become an immensely democratic business and needs the full effort of every member of the comiuuuity, directed 'lilpng the lines most necussary. half-ratio- Washington, SI'AIX TllltKATKXK TO ltlti:.K WITH OKIiMANY 2ri.- - London, Aprll 2"i. Two llrltisu destroyers on patrol 'duly In tho Loudon, ApriJ Tim SpunUh Government's note to Germany, re- English Channel off Dover ou tho garding Germany's submarine earn- - night of April 20, came upon a. puign coniu.ns a paragrapr. mating of x Unamn ,,6siroyersiiid that If Germany continues In Its de-- t ncoiinlrr which will termination to sink all vessels in ord-""- " :nt"'f U",,V' lo,,f ,n tll hMory ot naval ai- er to defend its life, Spiiri must Gorman destroyers were j BaKcm.t?. a like step to defend her life. ' rammed: every gnu This portion of the nqle soys; . ' ,,l,l,,trd COmUalklltH WIIB Working, 'If fhe Imncrbl ..rm:m the decks and tearing gap ment p.Tsists in declaring that it ; ,, nr. a(,.ei.lng t d W'1 hcrostoltsdeterminHtinnluordrrn.; defend its life, it must not be nstoil- ished if Spain, for the same reason;, k -- 1..1 . t ...,. f. ... . T , must emphas! ..w. ..,,.. . herown life.' "KPoalnB craft. " '.'"'." 'together of a Tbeie was tho locking J1 )trilisli anil Gonnftii To&trbycr and . lli.i ,..r. F.....!.... lilt iiiv.il iu'.t battle. ... .a Fii.Ii.iiiiIi. ill ,t li.....l- iiuiiu- in I. mm j I er RECRUITS .TO CO II ' GET FEDERAL German seamen of a rammed climbed aboard one of tho liritlsli boats, and a midshipman fought them back with an automatic pistol. They were killed or driven CALL again Into tho sea by liritlsli jackieq who came to the midshipman's aid. Tho liritlsli fdesMoyer.s were tho ' S ney roses coiublneil with white splr-e- ii and Iliac,-- . Air. and Mr. .Murphree lett at once for tho Kast. and upon their return wlll'rebido In llaittonl. TIio brides. Rotns away gown was a tailored tiiiit ot t.tu and cieeu Scotch tw oil. Aiiiouk Ihu out of town guests who attended tho weddiu w'(.t) Mr. "and Mrs. J. t;. Muriihreti of l.ouUvlllo, pureutt. ol tbo Kroiu'u; Mr. John Mur-- 1 phreo of I.ouivlll and 1'Mmir Mur- -' plin.ii ot Loxiuion, brothers of tho K.iiu lMl.it. Trliil Ti The pel Iscopo wns slKlitl ili'i'ul Kruuui, Mr- -. Geovtai W. FeiiKiu and ahead mi tho last ullornoon nf llui Mr. Lawrence II. l;ut:ln, Athens, voyage. Thu Captain gaie the old- Al.i.. Mis Jennie Taylor, Uowlliig er for full sliced ahead with the lu- Oiriiii, Kj., MUs Mary Stnith, Fords-vll- l, Ky., and Mih. J. M. Vaughn, te. i Inn r ramming tho submarine. TU' pTit.i:opo disappeared and a i ii.vonuioio, ivy., )irs. j. r. v icklt.i on Ihe unit Mips Mui'iou Vlckors, Owen.sboro fow minuted later shlp't broadside. Tim gunner.-- tired, THOMAS L. JJKADLHY Jittnm thu periscope squiirelj and throwing tiji mountain rjvalir. Iho rnoiuniKi Vtot tin After Two uoeU.? miners on board the L.ivul ' llln... .Magnolia am under command ot a. I Mi' v.i Lieutenant. Mr. Thomas L. llmdley, aged &1 On Second Trip Sine" Mf April 25 Tho Aiaarl-c.ii- i yen 17, (iftcr an UIihih ot neur two Now York, ;;io.inihlii)i MougnUii.jt vueael of w.ii.IiM, of (lituniouia, died :tt ilU i;i,fi:IS tons, owned by thu liiiefna-tion- !pjca of restatnoo on the Hartford Mercantile Marino Company, 'rtnti OMrciisbo.'o road, abfit one mile Int mi American port for England, from town, 011 Inst S.uudny" tiboul on April 7 on her second trip aliico noon. D?ceaid. Wds truly a good and OciTWiiy's sunmariuo doflUiutlun ot Ho unoftil cltir.on tl:a unaaumlng. lchiuar I. ' liaptitt and had been a Ioal The Mongolia, oarriud n crew, of v.a rolled SunOS navy guni'ein In fhatRd ;' morubor of that church for twenty ot ii l.hiitt'tiHiit. Slio in oiio "or thu lit n year or wore. Heinle liia wife, lie leaves six luri'iHi vcM(dK iiihUt tho AmurlMii children; Mr. Claudia Daiigherly, Vlr OUy, Kan., 11m. Fioy Evans, T " "" fnw lit HlLnolB, Jokoph T. Ilrndloy of llolhronK Jlnrpfirt. a. j niui- - town and- Logan, Ethel and Tho marriage of MUn Mnrlaui who live with- their widowed Mr. and Mm. only iKuixIiUt of Kuw.ni Ilolhroolt and Mr. Alallury ' mother. Kuu'erai. sorvloes were conducted Uondorsou MurplirHtt of l.ouUivillo, at tho local Holoimit.'Hd at thu huui of by tier. W. II. Ks Imr part'iitu, on TUunwluy, April 2C Itaptist Chureli, ufttsr which luter- want took pluoo aiuoakwood. ut t.iio o'tlook. , '1 l!v B. W. Hnvlar of tUo iSTfc,AJU Dl't'LiNM IN Miiln'lrt :ptBcopl ChurtU PW' I ltECBl'ITl;. ru.'l'KEK ti. wii t'ld caroiuony in thu proi4N mo fuiollNw aud a fw etoM I of WaMluKton, April Ini v. Idillf HIH.lB n,U IWUlltt- - tho fuel that luwi enllotetl for tbo u ' tt'iulcrwl ott the vtoltu lijr Mr. regular army ur now "bolus Mnured full I liuld only lor Iho Lawio: oo 1J. Vattin ut Athena, Aln., ' that they will anted, liy 5ll lutl llrlle oik dun.tlon of tho war with Germany) Uflruii.i tlm f., .inn. Aftvr a oI, Suhuhei'th leerultluK nguroti cuuliuim to aliow Urhlol lmrtjr ulurl a kteuriy doollue. K. ii . ut. , th y Figure loado pujillo fur to mo lan.lllor BtntliM of KuuImI-- , lit.vim Wudtllng March. Uurinit IU Ap.il 31 uud 21! fellow 1,013 iiioii a.e-- 1 ecpted for tlio sarvlee, while few ci. niny Trut'iaerul wm wiftly flay- iduyi ago more than 2,000 men ua day ed Wll WIlljRIHH were being enrolled. l.ltllH MlM lUttlw liliriuUt retained her load aiuuni; vnu tho lluwor fllfli mill wily atluml- the States in tho number of men uht. huvlnij Tlifj corvmoiiy took pluoo In tho l'unilblKd for the service, ! ; - 1 al I Ilol-lir..i- - Or-br- - . J C -- . pttu ' 1 had received many wound, they" General Hrldges, while unwilling to port. The story of the i'they to he drawn Into a discussion of COMcompiled from tho acIVI'KKST.ITK rOM.MIIKCK leciuc American questions, taineu MAKKS I'll.INU DIP MISSION' counts qf odicers and men, has been most freely of tho ditllcnlties which i IIKK, Sl'IUJ-XTO CHANGi:. made public in tho form of nil offi-- 1 Twenty-tw- o recruits who had been clal report. It Is tut exciting and had beset England when, at tho bc- ginning of tho war, she converted accepted and rcceited into the local graphic .Tory of, a boarding encounleft heie yesterday ter with cutlasses and bayonets, reherself trom peace to a war basis, 'Conipany.il Wafhliifiton, April 22. All rail- .mil began tho immense increase ot i afternoon- to meet the Mustering calling the days when wooden wa- r.. roads were Thursday granted tenta- ner army . ,.,.(....- - ..,- ..... IT C . , to be ,,,,,, w,nl0 ,CL.ther and tho men ul i..u v. iroiu a 9111.111 itirco to ,.. j ... tive permission by 'the Interstate . Federal Uransterred.. from Slate to .... ... ... 7, ,.eks of tho liirgest in Europe. ... .... . . Commerce Commission to lite supit is not kikiwii wueiuer 'The. Miurce or our greau-a- t SJghtwl At COO Yards. plemental tariffs, Iucrei'.rtiuK freight cutty, said Cieneriu linages, 'was 'the boys will rut urn here, or be sent rates generally !." per cent, offeotive tho sending to Europe of practically on to some training enmp The British destroyer loaders. .June 1 next. lour whole trained army as an exnn-- ! There were ton or twelve who Swift uud Droke, on night patrol. In this 'minuter tho Uf'lolruiltlouary force. This lobbed us of till undo application for enlistment, but w,jro ""'"""!: on n wcstcrl couraa. dUposed of tho of procedure training olllcers for our new armies. I tailed to pass tho physical examlna- - It was intensely danc, but calm. Iho in dealing with tho application of the md It was onlv through returuod i tinii mid a mnjorily ot tho rejected "tc'itcd tho enemy at i!00 ytirda loads in every section for goueral wo.iuded olllcers and tho wlthdruvml1 sorrowfully tunusl back. UJ' tJermans Inslautly opened Two courses had been ....!,., . , lire. increases. Tlietewcro six German de-wfni.ii. i m.ii.i' open: To permit tho lillni; ot such struyers, ncording to German pristin- - skeleton for our new forces. At j TUE 1HCH, WHITE AND ULt'E tariffs and iinestigate their reason-- ' tconers. The Kwlft replied and "trieAt wo allowed most ofj sanio time ablenesii prior tn tho ditto thoy our class youths, university men In y,, y,v to v;i m the loading enemy destroyer. l To I'iiiaclu On Cmirl .. I.k ..nM..!. 111... ..1.....I.I ... I..,n ..l.nl ramming, Sim but shot 11 my cases, to enter (ho rankc, which , ,, , , . , . ', lututnuituvi.' Huiiso. through the Gorman line unscathed, tuts t'l la liil withdrew them from the olllcers' (r.nd In turning neatly torpedoed m.i guopoud them durinif the inirioii c!.E3 and placed that responsibility on aftorncon at W4F II ..,.... wi. II U iuiimhvim. boat In tho'enomy line. . uiv IIIIUL.T liril IIIIII .. 1.. i is " , i,.,.. .rtlrtiiiIMi..l ; Z ' " "0CK ul'" ,,,,uul ,b "uu . '" . V, V Tho eommiacion'H order K tenia- . AruIii thu Swlit dashed ut thh ; 01 inn iiiuiiu ui inu irom a stair, to no iiouiui to tuo spire five, subject to recall or change prior ihu wutiiaBu enormous. again eluded her and was Quito u louder, vhish upon the Court House. to tho ehectlve dale of the rules. In fled, wllh (ho Swllt In pursuit. oxpected at thh. tuuo gatheriiig is View In England. tlili wawllui eriiiiiiilsoioti br!:u tlm " lu the meantime the llroko had . n.wl 4l..tin In .l.o.ri. ,l tlil.1 llttf l.illul- ' " "U 13 my opinion unit it it nun lsbuo Biiuuroly beforu tlm niilro.ulti launched n torpedo at the second ' "" (boat In the line, which hit Hie murk. i.i henn for Kllelieiior'a Immense '" u.iuti"R in a definite form. ami tho shippers ' npeeches from local talent Tum. a'nj thou op.inej fire with every po- i.oaiinso will bo begun tomorrow, peisonality wo should have had cou-- u If out and help, make (ho mooting within a few months. will bo given an which each side si bl e Kim. The remaining German ' opportunity to stum lis view, and ' ' '"'d Huberts' proposal tor universal surcoais tn every way. roatu wevo btalitng furloiily for full I opuiod. had been enforced we should f lull invettiKUtlon of the uronosod In-- ! . KAISEK SAYS GOD wung orvhtbeH steeniR likely before the coin- - naio. saved enormously, not only In Tun Drokes comniamlcr WILL HKI.r IfUliTHKi: I but in industrial eDIclency. The. nilSftlon Issues Us final finding. i..'i round to ixirl ami rainmod the third Slilppois from virtually nil nurU! ' en I majority of army oltlcars would boat frtlv and su.uaro abreant the hft- Amsterdaiu. April 25 ot tho country have slgnltled tjielr In-- 1 n. ve done anythl.tx to have gotion Vtiitoiiient or fu,nu,, 1c,rcl ttmetUw thua. tho urn ti t f vitirhf' u itoMTiAmlii ltflul teutlon of opposing tho" granting ol rid or the volunteer system with don). A llurllu olliolal say that the German Emperor Jms; B.oU- - gW4ipt so largo an Increase as If! per cent, which the country was. at llrst III" iiilliM.lllft IIIVPCUIjO HI . ...... tho eiieiny'f deeka at, point blank the railroads claim Is Im- - dUJ." Ootlumted eleht I'rlnco ltuppreeht or Havana, Gen. Dritlgoo raugo with pertitlvoly noeoasary irthey aro t wuu from main army xroup: tho ArtoU ' armament lo pompom, Maxim, rille. continue to operate profitably lu tho n'uhb as the noeoasary time to "Tho frosh English alorni on tho and pistol. facu of tha soarlna cost of buhuUm. tiaiu a dtvUlon. Individual recruits, uas eeeii eiiulpmeiit and fuel aud general wage I...VBV11-- mnv I... mu.lB lit to mo toM'Henwa oi Ari-aPiuht Iju.1, JiHvu MiniitM. To tha heroe of, e front lu a aboil space of olo-udvHiices under- the Aiiaiuaon law ." andtroowa. trustworthy leadora, As uo oUier enemy was vialbte.and ...,. .ii.it.ii.Mt- u their ...f.i...i ,i... ld otherwise. tlMMtta, WUluh had laiUnl aapn- UoUy. abilily uud The comiutaston uUo laauod ait " . Hroportloiu ot ilfty among twIwUo ' . "... .......v- -, -wu BttVO OOURIOU. UlUir WIUIW1W Vir order permitting tha increase to ap IoilIikI lrfilno.1 mmi evtw, the Swilt awiicKetl on bar i kiw mw aA t Itnwl liv tlmc-a. valuable lily tentatively, on all tUrough rate.,,! jciiix'illghtj aud lowered boata to whleh aro foww than the toUU i'r...itlt u peaw. aervlee, ho oaUiimt- - lluinka aHthoJo of the Patberlaml. roiieue the swimiuetn. Tboeo who rewin iY7iftt I't'iiwi. iwra rateo to and from Utter med la tfl t ,t -mained ot the crews of the Swift and "Artiilery must bo lu greit pro' polfitn. This affect.i chiefly the to who (be Jiroke, a fur- - excbauglag data I La -- ul,i tw.i.'ti.tUUlvD ,...a... ' .. n.. and eitlee lu thu InUruiounUin teru. tuoh other au- um i.ir'i.t rtt irmiiv if . r. nf thrv cMiih. diMi-jtiMitnllvi. iwilat uitrttilta in. e aa attack can tm eflojted: Ttto vlt.hv .. y..tit thoy were Uoarao. , "IHt, 'licwevev, In sUU oaueulUl, A borl.tjiitai false of J 5 ner cut ou ter Wjuo. Tex., Ap.il toN Tbo UritUh cisualUea aro set down .. unirtlr rout tho enemy trom thej all uites, including tboso to y United Biatea as compui atively alight, and' tho . .ehee:I ahoul.t tiiuato that IU. 'K-. taatimony polnta. Shippora from the a tft'a.1 Is lltuetrated J. r.uu.t.l. m spirit of tha weuuded II.MIW l,,--u M. tm A.iaAPU (.UIUaiLMIllMiWr JHtVUtum grotjt atrotch of territory (Retailed In ii .agM il Sebwiug. by Uio coquet o thy brolcee are duo to a British prepoHd- - mM ( no.OIlT tar J ii. ml the ltermountaln country have ekargod 'bk eg-- bi.uC;am-- . William Uowloa who. lliiflr iutenUon of (jmmmImiv thla e.aHW qvw Ike uoruwo urUUW ot rs.ltk) termer, by she frag- oa,rU UU goMkm to tmgsge b. a,Wd tlV arrangoiuont on the grounds thai. If at least Ihreo or foer to ggu, The. . .. HigH4LyiJ .. ....i.. eagf (,. .i.a,.t. hoaUllty ggufast the Uiiliud States wfiuts. remalHo.1 at the whol thru- . liw UVHWi made final, It would npoMU marc- to it lived our (be aettou aud Anally only bu- vi,nk 74 yeais oW aud U tha dlnadvautago uf interiiiouHialu L... uo of (he war: the outy uitealton m t'" MHWiry ror atxteen yegrg. iw trjoort.Uie i.vct'thaf ke waa woun eltlea than thu poreent tariff, read- U ut Jo'ita lenalli." by rcpoKiuc lo his Captain, "l'u. hrlefl) ; "Bb Hipiii lor iwuiniiiwtiou Gei i UrldKos coniiiuiiited justment of which Is now under iroiat off now, blr," aud faibtc.l. ei'- on tho dllllcultlea uf iimkln;( uood -- to bo served." 'JSl MKX LEFT JIEHE VICSTl-IKATO I1K ML'STKHED IXTO V. S. SEISV1CE. Swm'TfinrtlnrtlrrtW.'nirir although ...... . .., .... ..... ... .,..,, 1 . ; , iim-stio- j'iN , . ....,.. J ijj.-diei- mh-Be- d 11 1 an-,olh- or .' nni-.ii- ,. .nai ; ........... I ""'''" I "'" ' I ' j sad-whic- h M-l- I e.-ci- . - wi yr a mu... Ai-ra- a lumpih. J new, w v.... rr"" ....,. -- -- ...... i...i. . mi.,.o w-da- - d Sa.-At- intev-meodia- to .i. M -- alg-nlft- - i..,r. to.. .- .. Mktfv-- ! sfti.&rt fiUf STORY OF FALL itet of houses and gardens owed rurti-Je- si IIP UIHV Ul I llTl I lllUUL occupUx they had known to . .... IJ. ..!., flaUt ril. HinfiF'pi"noscarof batt,c TSchcar,s of thc Canadian were lilted by thU nothing of the devastation and GARRANZA PAPER Kentucky ROUND-TRIP Educational LOUISVILLE, APRIL 25-2- 8 Association HAS TEUTON TONE sight." Mitcle M ! i 4 M I 1 ft 1 I i lilf I '. Relieved. IMG" AMI BEMOANS THE AC- Unusual work, bending and lifting NaSHVlllC K. K. LOIIISVlllC TIO.X OK CUBAN REPUBLIC TACKING IXJKt'K. or strenuous cxcrc!. Is a strain on 24-25-2the muscle, they bomc sore and 6; still, yo are crippled and In pain. iTT?Uri?ri UV Sloans Liniment brings you quick BRAZIL lfljrLUE.l1UE.JJ DI STORY Or for penctratc, L. & N. rolle( t0 apply rubbing and drive out the! without soreness. A clear nquin. rraises . Strat- for Intended closed Tariff plans Canadian Troop-- Ilrdy Great gn Jnu,gy pa,ter, or ointmenU, It Mexico's Actions In American adoption by the French. No mention nil llcrtlm In Medline; clog thc t ep Controt ersy. does not stain the skin or Is made of preference to Germany, Countor Atnrk.s poros. Always have a bottle handv. to hut it is stipulated Hint goods Imfor the pains ache of rheumatism.' admitted nt ported by land shall be gout, lumbago, grippe. bruUe. stiff- El Pao. -- A av8go attack upon lower rates than poods imported by backache and all external pain, j lies-"- , Additional April 21 government sea. Ottawa . low duties for 3 the United State. Its That is to concerning the dlfflcultics that At your druggist. 25c. and people, appears in El Heraldo del German goods and high duties for confronted the troops of Canada In ....... ' Norte, the leading Carranzn organ of . Alnerlcau amj BrllWi product. Six i'i.x' i tl'l.l-'l-t II I IK capture of Vlmy Ridge April ' Chihuahua Clty,.Mexlco. In its issues thIr MWY KLIKRS FROM SERVICE ot April 1?. copies of which have mmaXa aB0 sucU programme would 6 were dlsctoW In an official state-We,avp ,ookw, so vtry ,nposlble. 5 received from the Canadian tnB ,n m're " but at this date It seems like a Joke q..n Dieco Cal April 21 "War Records Office In London. nn 'on h"V the lnllcd Salw di"or a typical blunder of Teutonic dip- tribute Is nald to the troops tl, provisions of General Order No. . " ............ . (omacy sail i rancistu i.iuu-reRe 35. relating to the Officers" Aerial nn the extrene left was because of it cowardice, thifj morning, serve Corps, requiring candidate for Brazil entered because It is dominated ' "At 5:30 on Monday ;u.;ir Attn) The Waste, April &." the .statement .aid. "tin commissions in that service to have by 1'ortus-v- e Influences and that. noucl r(.guiarlty is the tecret of ter- - n college education or the equivalent great attack was launched with only because. It had be-- j gow, hnMu ,rgi,t iycs, clear e - Cuba Joined rifle fire from our massed artillery, thereof, is resulting in the elimlnaa mere appeudage of the United j ploxonSi an,i (jr. King's New Life Our 'heaviest' bombarded the enemy tion of hundreds of expert fliers. wa . - --- "mpositions on and beyond the ridge: the statement made Monday by mem-- j of ln,)ucnecs ,hat ' " " , . " ,L. ,h'V " f ber, of the army examining board. i s emplacement and trenches, dugouts, r. into the .., '"- - imifci-'i-ni oM ,. nnini.irnf IhorHpm , ,. f, ............ . iu n and roads were smashed to uelss- iit.raliln rnnntlnties: movlng the accumulated wastes ith-nness. An Intense barrage of shrap- - exhibition flier- - in the country have "Kor bomv time we hate beu re- crinlnc. Take a nlll before re- anolled for commission- - in the Oth- - n.i!4lt tnlil the feelillir nf national- - .. r.l ir IaIiI alnne the front. . ., .1.... i..n -- -' " -' , .uto an ,hat lh, pr,..1 " Klurr.es of snow drifted over the ceri- AerUI Reserv Corps, onl, .0 b?' , . ... mr r.nqHi.jnu - Ift .llamiollfi aH Ihmtirh fnllllTe to TTleel ... v.. &...,..t .n .......o..:n luiun was noinmtr more Dr. King's New l.lfo 1 ills at our uuui'.'i.eiu ent uih"" trencher. Behind the educational requirements. their 'Jumplng-of- f ch.ui a loihMime caricature, of the' druggist, 25c. 3 ., tt, , Members of the Signal Corps Avla- w were tol(, sllcll the rolling barrage the light was et 0 obscure enough to lessen the accu- - Hon School at North Island declare ( (h1Bh )ot u,(, ,w. reMlie ,0 ou, nS .KVSri: racy 01 me ue.iuau nunucu auu iuai lue ..a. eve it. but also did we regard t huso KKBUCKO VERY GRETI,Y to modify thi clause if it i deMred who toI(l s a the impot!tcrk machine Runners. 0fj Over Mine Craters to obtain a large number ot crack ,h WOffc, kjMlJt worthy only of con. p Kntcnte Al- period .,injnt. , a stipulated The first .tape of the advance fliers within th"P baUl0 of ,hl. Marne 1Ilirortunately it ,.ems was made over great mine craters These officers take the .tand that f that tllM facls. ,rad one to bei.eve ; ta ,M around Sntnl thousands of shell holes, in a vast an applicant l a good pilot this uuthIul th(We whoni WIJ had ,lippo.. mM.ra,ed about 70 per cent. ' to d to b caiuranlnalor!t. puddle of mud. crumbled trenches, should automatically entitle him territory invaded bv LONDON CELEBIt.TES ENTRY cuua uiiu ucura ui uiiium inc. uuv comicibsiuii raur. iu me Ambawador Page and Rear Adtr t iih"i 'The I.atln hpirt in Cuba, il not the Germans. eupmy provided the applicant i. an American j ,Had s at,out to die. OK AMERICA INTO WAR Sims came out Tho Atubassj,.,,, into and under the fire of the With the advance of the British the long lines of infantry moted for- - citizen of good moral character and; ,.t')t llit, no,(ilt, and ariStwraw-- . (presented the Admiral to the K- RoUel and east of trooDs east of ward unbroken. can pass the required pht steal ex-- ; v.hich Moth'-- Spain sent to that London, April 20 The British and the Queen and Queen JIo'Lt of the Sotn- the "The troops on tho extreme left amluatlon. e jeiitin land together with the-- hrate ni( was lnUro,j liberated and th. people and Americans In this couit- - ' Alexandra. reached their goals only to find EliK George then drew Adn.- ai Iwptalns of the Spanish conquest occllpIpd territory In the Pas de try celebrated Americas partnership m themselves subjected to heavy close-rang- e , tm,,pa ,,. m s.ife- Medicine for Children. remains not even a vestige. iu the world war by n religious sen- - Sims aside and talked enrnestlj er rent. gun and fire of machine from Cuba! "Mcnor Is it safe?" is the first question lo Ice today In St Paul's Cathedral blui for a few moments, the hum Tlii. KVnni'h :ire wearlnir down the i"-- , ' Kublan IVarlo wa right when he-- German' hold on the .fepartment of attended by the official heads of the. xprraslng hH pleasure that tii 'he considered when buying .cougu . to the situation, tunnels medlcine lor children. vser-"To add Chamber-- , v rote thee lines: the Alsne, having reduced it from nation and u great congregation IlritLsh and American navies of the hostile line over "which we had laiu'h Cough Remed ban long been "Christopher Columbus, poor ad-- a luO per cent, at the"time of the bat- - ( which Included hundreds ot Araerl-tl- e working together In a loiijii ii Germans advanced new disgorged favorite with mothers of young uural. pray for the world you have of the .Marne to 55 per cent, ut cans and many prominent "British cause. who promptly reoccupled their old children as It contain- - no opium or 'dWcovered. linen and women prevent. front Ilfie and opened fire on our other narcotic, and may be given to "But instead of hating their op-- a The territory invaded in August) 1 hero was a great display of Am.'r-anHow's rear. the tyrant who deprive-- . child as confidently a, to nn adult, tirti-ors- . September. ISM, was S 4J0 per Ici.n Hags in London and all othei"Vc oHer Ono Hundred Polhrs "Troopa on the extreme left foucbt It is tileasant lo take. too. which if.thmi of their fight's are free n.en tOicl,( of ajj f j.'r,.,nc,.; at the begin- - l.'iigllsh towns, and a popular dent Reward (or any ctso of Canirlt all day against the surrounding Ger- - of great importance when-- n medicine put them into the category of slaves. , ,j,v yiar th0 Germans held onstratlon by the crowds which stir .)(n that cannot lc cured by Ilail'i mans and by 10 clock at night sue- rounded tho cathedral. Tho Stars and mu.t b(j K,ven ,0 VOUMC clliIrtrt.a. I, !l(.j. prostrate themselves before him .1 per cent of the whole. Slnc.t Catarrh Cure. ceeded in disposing of the enemy in This remedy is most effectual in re- - with a evility and meanness incuu- floated from the highest they havo relinthe Uith F J. CIIKNCT Ac CO.. Tot Jo. O their rear and capturing the major lievlng coughs, colds and croup Oh- - celvahle In men through whose vein'' quished of March We, the underaucmsl, have knon I t ti .ver of the Parliament buildings at holding. their Clivnej for the l.tat 15 yfars. and portion of the enemy trenches In in flows Iberian blood. lainable everywhere. In proportion ns the occupied ter- V'istmlnister the first time a for- - Mm perfectly honorable In all buslm s their center. abln "Krom the world that ('olumjftis ritory is liberated the magnitude of nu flag was ever dUplated 011 th't transaction, and financially by hi. to cjrr put any obllcatlanii mid? firm "I'implo" in German Bunds. discovered, dignity flees disniajcd to the damage becomes more apparent eminence and flew over nil NATIONAL BANK OP COMMEItCK C1VIL SERVICE ISSUES To's' "The Pimple," to the north, rebuildings iu the British cup-itS. O. S.' CALL KOR TYPISTS give room to abjection. A technical commission, basing itBall's Catarrh Cure Is taken tntrrnsily mained to the enemy, but by then directly the blood an J tun "To know how the Yankees have figures on inventories of known damThe service in the historic ca- acting.urfarcs of upon aytn Tvatlmnm the now was falling htvivily and it was frw. Price 75 corns pr bottle. Sgi.l "Washington, April 21. Another treated the Cubans, it would Miflice ages, estimated the probnhlu total thedral, whero the most raometou all decided to consolidate the hard-wo- n trTk Uruccl.'a. fill, for coRaUpuaa. O. S." signal has been sent out to have been only a few days on the damage in the north of France at 15.- - occasions of national, rejoicing and llali'a fmllr gains. Tl.i- - I'lraple' would Keep for "S. a. by the Civil Service Commission for Island; one would then witness some- 000.000. 0u0 f ranees. The complete mourning hate been solemnized, wai tvnuwrltfirj clAnnirp itiHiJi'c u ikI tn thing repugnant and which, unfortu- - devastation between the Oiso and unprecedented In beinj? tho com Aineric.iiis Pay. , iu the raeautlma fie other troops. ........ ., ... .,,.. , Jnatelv has aleo been een in our un- - tho Alsne shows that tin sy flgurm are memoratlon of au act aad decision and buslnes-- i To ta Amnrlcau had fought forward to one Hue after B'.ous, through that tax to lav a h irdrii Not only have the of another nation. additional governmental oflice I foriunntv Mexico The Cuban, In his not excessive another, and not without casualties. work Incident to the existing, state of I u country, is a pariah, whose buildings been destroyed, but tho which ultimately must fall Utm Klnj: tuid Qutvn Attend. Only a small percentago were fatal war. This call, which Is tho second rights are not recognized jexecept land has been rendered Inapt for King George and Queen Mar ant Auierloau consumers, and to a tin. however, and the majority of woundi wen tho Yankees he n.. objection cultivation over a great surface. numerous members ot tho royal fiirelgn priHiucurs to ship their roni .sent out this month, is a follow.-,- : were or u.inor charactei Years of labor will he required to household, tho Mayors ot tho tw,nty-sl- v pntltlvo RtMids to this country vH!i-u- t "The United States Civil Service thereto. The Cubans are ..n "Krom tho fall of the first man " payliiR any tax that Is tho announces that, owing to tatiou of what the Mexicam wero In restore Its producing capacity boroughs of London, drossed tn our battalion stretcher bearers and The official appraisal of the prop- - their oltlrial robes oi scarlet, peers. ldv of proper taxation the nresent emergency mil the ur- - l"" "") 01 me progressive l'oriino every unit of the Canadian Medical piis?h In thit House In oppuu gent need for eliRibles, oxatnluatiou "MZ governiueni. ve v.err oirangers rrty i this region tor purposes of Cabinet .Ministers, the AtulmsHadora hi Corps YEre 011 the alert. Tho work ; taxation Used tho value of tho laud and Ministers ot the Entente coun- - tlon to the Kttchln Emergenc itevi for stenographers and typewriters,!'51 our own borne?. of tho oflicerj and meu of tho 'Twin-- 1 for I5,,t ln Mexico, iu -- idle of being la, i.oOO.OOO.OOO francs, the buildings ,e.i and women, wll! he tries with their staffs; high army nuo hill Raprcsuntatlvo Madden. 'f Ing Serpent' was one of splendid, almost ehokei! by tho rough halter of u, j.joo.OOO.OUO. The Intrinsic value and navy ollirlals and many Amorl- - lllhiotK. suKl: hold nn nieh Tnelav until further outstanding achievements of this f i rami,, wo f.epi .iviuk ... our nreasi You have upeucd the (orts lla3 )0t.n estimated at from H.000.- - cans, including Walter Mines Page. tiotice." . . . I tins. groat-da- y. ...-.- j -a.... ' .. v"" '4 '""" .rrn.tnt-- t V.i I.iv L...4 -- .,,! UUu.uuo to u.uuu.ouo.uui) lor imut the American Amlmw.tdor. and his Amurici to tho free entry of foreign- "" The usual entrance a!ury for this "On the German second line the, netoio laml and buildings, both fiKureti be- - staff, were pi esent. Not a font Iu the made goods of those whoso profits ranges from $900 to $1200 never uiu we nunu tu-- h:i.-troops drov' breath and consolidated position rags, tho gold von compel them to share with the The applicants must havo reached ) .1 .. m.fn , call. In an t ...a... nomads.-, . lug under the actual. If the appraisal vast edifice was vacant. ...., ...I. their gains. Prisoners were already uu You give the rorelgiur .i...i,iuh n t.l. '. .ii.m ...i!-i- , aim nils- takes producing capacliy into acThe service was ah Impressive one, government. 1Mb. birthday hurrying to our rear iu hundreds their tortuno, tvB wandored about In our j count. land King George, evinced the deepest tUv American market tree, while you jfalhotically and often ludicrously ..j . own country uurMng In our b'ouls .. l..t..u...i . 1.. ii. ml. .. nv w......... wiieit-sme sermon was ' li.t,. In l,i,i,iun .I..,,- Uiirjlniiii uttiilt in I. "'" m gratoful to tho fortunes of war that hatred tyranny and awaiting tho if.OV URNOR STANLEY CALLS preached by the Rt Uov (' II. Brent. "I"i our own poople. If a savod thorn alirc for capture. propitious tnonirtiit to throw oft tho liE.N'lUCKIANS IN CoNKKRI.NCE bishop of the Phlllppluo !,,,, customs duty had been linposi i Move to Third Line. yoke. When that uiometu did arrive ' Islands The urchblnhnp of Canter- - :'1 ,,,u custom houses during tho .'" "Tho barrage lifted and the troop wo were prodigal of our blood and Krankfori, Ky , April 21. In nd-o- f bur delivered the benediction. mouths that have elasped since QEPIf on tho right moved forward to tho our lives. Honor had not been loit .ditlou to the committed appointed i n.mr nutbrenk of the Eiironean war Hieutlie ... (f..u .. Gormau third Hue, then advanced -- ever ays ago at me uoiiofci oi mo , tlllJ (lf , Hurvci. '" "v"w.U .,u, lmA lioacury would have been $500.0oo. again lor u ilMtarice of about 1,200 ..b aim .... in oeiieve. wo earn uepartuioni oi Agricuuuro to ...nt-..,- , . ,.., ... . ,. i nujed "Tho Star Snaualed llnmiei- " 000 riehar and tho Imposition nt tho j. r yard. " "u'f ""i tti.ii uie wornoi iiicreaHiug ine proiiucuon tind there was audible throughout Ibo preMi-u- t tax unnocoMnrv ; V n rmicnam Is vegetauie "This took In bvtrtil tillages. Hill navo joinea aniiee land to deciaro of foodstuff In Kentucky, Governor .ntbedri.i ti... jj.. n. r Hut no: you wauld not do that. i, ..i.... or fortified No. 110 and a number 'war against a country despotic and Stanley, who hold a conference last uiiiKinK Compound Relieves anlhoni Even King The Aliioiloiili peoplu muct bo woods and still tho enemy surrendercriminal. If you will, as n fiortnany. ulght with fifty men trom different (;eorn's lips moved uh ho while tho people of the world followed Suffering. ed by hundreds and scuttled roarbut a country admirable be It only ( sections of tho State, will appoint one tho Hun, and ni tlm ,r n,, .elsewhere are allowed to ship inlo Their resistance ward to safety. e'U'r!,'V','',1,'li,ya,'1, ,,a"it0 t,, "- m ili words "The Homo '7,1, tho year of the American ports during grew feebler, their hands more auger which will uuderlake Bravo." brought u smllo to tho nion- - IU Id $R71. 000.000 moro of their highly of LydiaE. I'lnkhwn'a Vegeta-- 1 trloll3' of Its bons. we dare to hopc,foMse .... v to ascend Msh above their heads at -" M,i7 .lul .,.. lhim.ib, mo ihouiiihiiioii uie comjiour.u ior oi un uio resources arch h fain and hu tinned and noild- - product than In any othor single aoh tae of our advance. tn gotornment ot a man who, in fund their conservation with inllaminatwn and (.1 to tho iiui'iii jo.ir of tho country's hlttorv4 with a ' "At 10:30 the snow censed and tho otherweaknessoa. I order to keep himself in the chief l,meo to organlzo the llminecs "God navu the King" was a grotit fBll,"K f 100.000.no0 ln'reteuueun eliono Htfuliy. By 1 o'clock !,5f..5!',i?!lp.ex,'cu,U" of ,,,ut c0,,ntr- - ! tho banks, the inlllurt, distil, vocal chonm iu which ..i.rv.m.. i triuii thai evary point in tho enemy's third lino ,n . .' a'"' rlKht lk'rs COBl m"U' tlm,'r "UJ,, r,,ni,l'r" ,,u, ",'l'"'' l'urllulpat,,Ml etcept had heeu retched and .secured. Short. ly alter thl the Cuuadian corp' ,:lk011 H 10Voluti01'' ' bollovo " i,,clilontlly. last night tho (lover- - and tho Union .lack woru tho only etcp. SoaMtlntMl Irlonoisj numbered tin re battullo;. FOR FLETCHER'S wculd besomisra- - t,mt ln tho liter rel1"""c sentiment ,n0r put hlmaelf on record as agalnut iloouiutluuH in uUi niiluHlrnl. coioiijandum, fifteen other officers bl that I could not jofdljsulty is not Jead. and those who selective consurlpt Ion and for volun-- i No flag save tho Union .luck or etsd more thmi 3,000 s i awxcp a room, in uemnso oi toers. oya, j,lniidHrI bus over before i .. Hum lm. rfoturirfl nnrtof thn Bhorlv. will know hnv. iftoaed officers and men, with pkuty .. . B had niiintlunod tho resemblance lumn Imlai.i.l ,, in.. ......... lima but fo!t no Ing right, to declare before the world. betwoon this country ami England In 'Aiuurlmu IIuk In um Biorc lo light uiaklut; tor O- - " I Uestlou waa siHiclal-- ! T" eliarg. I later Vf'i I.ydla E. Pink-- 1 (. i.nn orgi of lUn, 0otry, l, ............. ..,!., ,. ...,. nt U TI...... - 'l.., I cuul 1 uirry iln-itin their k-r-i I., r.... ... M ' iVilk I iifnttivnnH ... au-iilllHllll ll lllll (lt'1'UI-lOttitfl -t hh i Hllll III Villi III UHiHiu4 unurao ..nil ., x, ilium'.nJt ... . ,t.l4V.. iJ.ftur T ..,!,T. IL,,.,., , ",B .'""", "l ,..,... sons as, of Bow Hntt Greeif, and John liar In ulio to ilu cuildi m Mill. .i.. Vttml Htucu ot At tat I.. ii. rnit.., uml ou tho "The fiUiil atago oi" t..j attack of ..., . . ". lM.i healthw ronJinAn. flows tho noble Iberian blood nnd StAVdiiiNin, of WIucUokUi", following bultleshiiM. as new 1 jccintiKti'l the PJnkham r.)mi'df.'s to that It cannot and shall not over he Uliu, spoke In favor of eonsurlptiou. troop4 ou Uio right tit An lUvaliialilo Hotueliohl Roineily Hhorll.v beinn the wnlvul of tho uct jttail. Thoy Utui.d upon tlui cust-- i all womn a I have Uai-- Urttn witnCum- - UM Mny of tho Yankee nla " Keftring, ho wild, that ho had Imon KIiik anil Qiuin ut Uui oathudtal (he Aiid u iHipeohilly Mil. tout) T. good resulta."-M- rs. --otllcnolous for lopM of-- Viruy KUigo. itie first mlsundarstooil, th Goveinor mild if Auuu'loati Ambassador, 7'iN08, 32ii Harmony St., Penn't. drove, Waller 11 Cinup. t'Hhla. Sor Throat and Chost, ' Allied troopa lo look down uior the W. J. I cotiscrlptul h will do his duty Pugo, tho Aiiiuliun Cnnmil tlmifiwl, Neumigi,, h Chap, Bums. Achlut! tgvl plateau oi Douai lnoe the Vr-KSuch testimony should lie acopt! by i FOR FLETCHER'S "'i wouiuirt nuun tauuig a iintui iii.iwmwi p. Miiiiiner, ami lli hImiTm of liiih'la, Lumkwiii, UrulMb. Cuts, Mcui.lii.u In 19 M. They saw mi ?onin as convincing oviaenca oi ; the war. but, ho cotihUlon.il uulveranl tho nmlwaii) and Huimuluiu drove up Npraltm, ole. I.viiift F.. Pin'uhani'a tho excellence of.... I tfefl viltogci of rttrlfus, Vliny ami Pawrvteo the uysUm of Pi inula uudtir In mivuii iiinlni' oara. . 't-- T ..J IP..I.l.l VAiinpt'uim a. MilM.il.lt, f.U. f. w... i lgiuij 11 (II von Prompt tit Vtffir a. i thui'. fast and ...lsyoud ' the dlitralng Ills of wimwmi ueti ai Relief. Aflur Ihu royal parly had lev ih ;. .. tvhieh demuoraey could not onduru A .loko of (i Blunder, .... ji..j .&. ajumms m lien . mmm mv unrau, iwii- (iSj,laeiHrwnU,iHtlaaunation.uiBerntion, Doapltt, tho and ho hnpul that tho war would ; auditorium of m. PhmI'b Voi mult hf Ofclo Oquijh' Hi uk Ktui; fut that Germany U Lackaeha, painfut pwriudi, ru.rvounoi3 tmh 0m? ii'l Mrltirt. GtMrgu iiutil lu tli porttiw until Co. Pile 3,1 couU. . rttrcsttlng In Fiance, ho has dis- - brlnu an cud to thy. system. 3 Tram thiil duvluueu tha little clui- - and hlcdr.-- i ulmnr.U. GERMANS GAME THROUGH TUNIX AT- NKI.S AM) HEMMEl) Sfw caixscxitkstav.vkkbiow RATES FROM HARTFORD AND ALL WAY STATIONS Tickets on sale April Sec nearest limit May 1st. int. daule. wr Agent Particulars. I "".i'iiii!;fSj)MiiitNwl de-ul- ls , nt . ;' CALL ON US s For Overcoats, Suits, Odd Pants, Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloaks. Don't miss us. All new and ! -.- . $ com-cora- -, ; other-countrie- 1 l" "'" - " .- ....-c....- ut , -.. --- ' '.,.... ... ..--- o " "", ; 0) Hub Clothirtg Co. i V HARTFORD, KY, l n'h'.ce ' sssfi;rfAvv.wssv!t. iciu' r Cal-.th-- ie J ' ! d - This? Si-ip- es tx-- - is-- nt J Ur.'o-Trndo- 1 t,t. ! .,.. i i e , ui . in - reason-Episcop- al 1 ' NOTICE TO ?!SS.'!r'l wtimbi t l;?c.. -. ' ( ...... -- fh-T- he - riiinti-iiviiiiiu- ii """ - i"f ! ti, s,,.i RridRoton,N.J.-''I"cannotpenktoof"rlle- tn "' '- ,..v X"'l sub-coin- .i. I - trod-hhrou- ' source.--KconomU- t. SwiMhatli L, I CliUclvon Ory -; "e ., OASTO R A PN 1 tsl os . ...,.l ... P EX R A - i lur-gon-t SALVE , B Oliildren Ory . M iii"j .s : CASTORIA - , r t K. n" 7 " SEA FIGHTERS USUALLY FIRST TO SEE ACTION H.iVK HKK.V SI'.KViri: L'.VllKK TIIK HT.MtH .XI HTIUI'KH IX KVKKV .SUCTION OF ULOI1K. th' ditch Alionrd o' th' Crocodile I miw a. ninn on u (Jot up In the rcculam' Btylf. Ho wiih Rcrnpln' th' nnlnt from oft of tir' plates An' I nny to Mm 'oo nro, you? An' ho fcays I'm u Jolly, Kr Jolly, Soldier nn Bailor, too. As I wns Bplttlu' into man-o'-w- edness or iinprepardiiess of tho army and navy or tho United States. Tho army nnd navy havo been thoroughly studied In recent months, anil tho responsible- authorities nro still wrestling with their problems night nnd day; but what nboiil tho United States Marino Corps, tho oldest nno one of tho most Important branches of tho - Washington. I). C, April 21. Much has been snld and written. Much tho beginning of the present International crisis. naUo tho prepar- military establishment? lScyoml tnUlng steps to Increaso tho force, Washington has bothered Its head very llttlo about the Marino Corps, Tho reason Is simple. There has never been any question as to tho preparedness nnd efficiency of Tho this branch of tho service. marines nro alwayo ready for whatever duty they may ho called upon to .f.rforni. They nro usually tho first lo answer the cnll of wnr. "Semper Fldells." Thai motto translated Into Kng-llf- li means ever faithful. It is tho lotto of tho United States Marino WW nnd no body of men ever lived up to traditions handed down for years with greater tldellty than tho officers and men comprising this force .Much Uko tho Army. Tho Marino Corps is organized, clothed nnd equipped very nrtich tho name as soldiers of tho land .forces, nnd tho preliminary Instruction or tho marlno Is similar to that of tho holdler. For these reasons they nro qunlllled for duty with cither tho army or the navy. Their headquarters, barrackB and depots nro on idiore. Details from tho barracks aro tnndo up for duty on hoard ship when Marine detachments, acrequired. cording to tho size of tho ship, vary in. strength from a dozen men under a Sergeant to sixty or moro men under one or two commissioned officers. On Bhlpboard the marines havo a urcat many duties to perform. They form a part of the regular crew in handling tho guns, manning tho secondary batteries mostly. They learn a multiplicity of things that would ho advantageous afloat and ashore. They can plant mlnea, as well as build bridges, and for quick landing and operations ashoro they havo no y superiors. On November 10. 177C, before a Blnglo vessel of tho navy was sent to sea, tho Marino Corps was organized hy resolution of tho Continental urcss. On December 13.177C, ross directed thnt thirteen ships of wor ho built. On tho 22d day of tho 6amo month Congress passed a reEsek Hopkins solution declaring comninndcr-lu-chloand appointed olflcers for all tho vessels then in service. ThlB was tho first step taken U'ward the creation of tho naval establishment which hns won Impcrlsh-nhl- o famo for tho United States, and upon which is based tho claim of tho Marlnfi Corps 'to ho "tho oldest In tho service," f, ( In tho early part of 1777 n battalion of 300 marines nnd landsmen, under tho command of MaJ. Samuel Nichols, landed from tho fleet undor command of Conunodoro Hopkins at tho islam! of Now Providence, In tho ltahamas, assaulted nnd captured tho English forts protecting tho Island, taking a largo quanlty of cannon and military stores. This, tho llrst battlo of tho American navy, was fought nnd won by tho marines. Throughout tho Involution tho marines wero at work proving their patroitlsm and devotion to tho cause In tho troubles with Tripoli thoy played a conspicuous part. Again in the War of 1S12 tho marines distinguished themselves by tho gnllant-r- y of their conduct and their work in battle. In the years that followed they saw activo servlco in tho Florida War, in Sumatra and In tho West Indies. From 184C to 1848 tho corps was engaged In the wnr with Mexico, where It figured in every quarter nnd luado a most excellent record. First Victim of KpnnUh Wnr. o Throughout tho Civil War tho Corps added many achievements to lt.i splondhl record utlont and ashore, Tho first man kille'd In tho war with Spain wuts a member of tho lorpf. Whon tho lloxer troubles In ChluH, murines wore gent to tho legations at I'oklu. And villi tiebh In the public memory Ma-ilnbe-fc- Jh - Captured HrltLsli Forts. ! preference to Jnpanen Is giving he part played .hy tho marlncH In STUDENTS LEAVE TO goods In her vessels, nnd holdiog mf tl.o landliiR at Vera Cruz. f Ttf in trt twtliA Avnnpfi mt AUn liiilwrcn times tho corps lias ' ASSIST RN FARMS,'o",,,cl1 19,c ver 1015. Japan It In In conlllct. with savrtRcs "l1 ho congratulated. If we hnv.n't Formosa mid tho FIJI Islands, has -got sense enough to Protect our own hruti Miiplnyud to prot6ct American1 lives and property in various conn- - m.vTUrKV I'XIVKIWITV .MKN TO 'markets to a degrco which will courage our going out nftcr tho tries of Centrnl nnd Rouffl America, DKVOTK KNTIItK TIMK TO Pacific markets, Jnpnn might as well lias seen active! servlco In tho PhilipIXCUUASlXf. have tho benefit of the Democratic In pines, helped to restoro order Freo-Trad- o law as nny ono'elae. Honolulu, kept trallic open across tho Doylestown (Pa.) Intelllcencer. In Isthmus of Panama, suppressed 'Tim surrections In Culm. Haiti and San' lexincton. Ky.. April 20. Business Scholarship. Domingo, nnd liciyi employed In a young men of Kentucky, In my opln Wo have for sale, a scholarship, variety of other duties In all parts of ion, can render their country no more patriotic service than by going upon good for a complete course In either tho world. or th,. fnnn mid devoting their entire Doolckccplng and Accounting Limn n..,i enercv to Increasing tbRStcnographcrs Course in tho Owens Cough Kor Your Child's industrial uoiiege. "orJ? ""sincss Hero's a pleasnnt cough syrjip that ' r,.,i ,,nnt of tho United States." i tV nitMUlilnrn &Annln ni tlAniilillnn n' . i.t, .. vfuU,. Dr. Bell's declared President Henry S. ilarKcr, every child likes to take, mce- If your child has of tho University of Kentucky, " 7 hacking cough that worries to tho students of tho university at a deep G,rnfr S,,,',,cd Across 0ccan H chapel. you glvo him Dr. Hell's Plne-Tar- -' Tft" CK university officials Wednes- - j soothing plno balsams re- The Honey, tho An example of tho unusual d inllleve tho cough, loosens tho phlegtu day granted permission to nny stud- tho Irritated tissues. Get a ent to leave school to take up farm cullies encountered in transportingrt and heal nt your druggist nnd work nnd nssist In tho production of captive wild animals from their h6ttlu v haunts to civilized lands, where 3 crops for' tho war. This morning's treatment at once. S5c. ioy nro put on" display In "zoos," Is I meeting by President was called 1" tho nienns taken recently to Darker to explain to the students the' found WIIKX TDK DUAI'T HIM faculty resolution 'tIiib a giraffe from West Africa to A LAW meaning of the IIKCOMKS 'granting this permission. The same' the New York Zoological Gardens. give tho beast some degrco of Hero is what will happen when grade for the semester as tl.o student To comfort and yet mako it possible to tho Draft Hill, now before Congress, now bears In class work will be given, Acting Dean George Roberts, of.'ndlo him with the minimum of , becomes a law: trouble, It was necessary to buhl First The President will deslg- - tho College of Agriculture, spoke on . reg- - tl.o real significance of the present vhat was virtually a portable stable nato by proclamation a day of an(1 "' s "' Istra.lon. the voting precinct being food crisis. ". Iilgli. In his tho animal was Kentucky fnrtner and enroll- "Unless the used as the smallest unit for brought across the Atlantic and ment. The Governors of tho various those of the South aro able to meet! - Posited on the docks at Statcn Is- preheat food shortage by will he asked to havo the tho .,,.li ey 0,..iff, r ,i, j vi loa "i''i" rn. nmnslnr-o tl.nlr rrmis nnoilEll to 81111-- 1 ,and- - A lCtliro Of tl.0 odd Stable i tin; kJiiv.1 inn In tho No " itnu .int. appw isters to take tho names of all males ply tho population of their section, ado- - i lmar jetnauw. Magazine. betw.-ethe aces of ID and 25. Those some of them will bo without who refuse to unroll will be arrested, quale food this year," ho told tho WILL. MAKK PMCA FOR j Second Tho State ofllcers will ex- - students. 1IKTKK TKA1X SKRV1CK j Many Moro To Follow. empt frommilltary servlco "per-- . Collego , o Soventy-onstudents of tho sons engaged In Industries, Including At tho mass meeting called b agricultural found to bo necessary of Agriculture and one girl at a iU,s- R - special meeting his morning volun- to the maintenance of military esw T tabllshment or the effective opcrathn teered their services to go home and g better tram servlco over - raise crops, .waiiy more uro or mo military forces, or me mamtlu AI. M f. E., a commltfe w:. apof nntlonal interests during rd to follow this lead as soon as they pointed tnposed of tcveral hiiKiiit"ii necessary arrangements. can make tho emergency."aicu to formulate their pi tit) and ro Dean Roberts branded as "slack-b- o port Third Those not exempted will back to another meeting, which reported to the War Department, ers" nny students who took advantngo will bo held at an early date. The which will mako further exemptions, of the university's offer and went to matter will then ho taken up with the Fourth tU Is estimated thnt by a munitions factory to work. officials at Loulsvlllo. August 1 tho fiOO.OOO men desired Tho Junior prom was called oft A petition signed hy several huntraining camps. In tho day on account of the situation at bo in dred citizens asking for this service, meantime tho Government must pro- - the college. Class President Hall M. was recently sent to the officials. A I Henry It was scheduled equipment for tho recruits. auounccd. vide representative of the company came Fifth It Is estimated that the for April 27. hero and it Is understood that upon registration will result In nn enroll- -' his return to Louisville reported un' Spring, ment of 7,000,000, and about 10 per The ' Spring Is looked upon by many as favorable on tho proposition. cent, of this number will bo weeded ,... .... ,....., r i .iicni.ni- - (tin most dnlichtfiil season of the mntter will not he allowed to rest '.ore. houever, and tho commit eo ties. Tho fiOO.OOO to be selected year, but this cannot be said of the o The cold and damp will endeavor to offer sufficient GO per cent, will rheumatic. from tho remaining ' duceniciim to the company to secure I weather brings on rheumatic pains chosen hy lot. iwiucn arc anyimng tiui pieasani. o The utteudnuce at the mas meet- Don't Let Your Cough llanu On. They can Do relieved, However, oy j suiaii. niauisonvu.c - very " Liniment Chamberlain's A couch that racks nnd weakens applying ' Hustler. in your Jobtalnablo everywhere. Is dangerous, It undermines -t: health and thrives on neglect. RePEPJ'KR AXD SALT si:ks iiaxii of gkrmax lievo it af once with Dr. King's New auf.xts ix mink Discovery. This soothing balsam remTHE SALT SEA BROOD edy IicaIs the throat, loosens U.c Springfield, 111.. April 21. Believ- - 01, f(,r a n,an f l"" strlpo of Jones, phlegm, Its antiseptic properties kill ,n ,,is vpins. niarrow la his Germany aro tho germ aud thu cold Is quickly lag that agents of lag to foment strikes anions miners ' hones! broken up. Chlldrcu and grown- ' Mino is lhe freedom of tho sea ups alike find Dr. King's New Dis- to harass tho United States Govern- I,nlk who uare!" til Jones, 'tis he. covery pleasant to take as well as ment, Frank Farrlngton. president of effective Havo a bottle handy in tho Illinois district of tho United 'M- - for a man Cccatur like; Mino Workers of America, has asked your medicine chest for grippe, croup j Novt'r llIs color8 wol11 ho At the Federal Government to mako an affections. and all bronchial ls tho freedom of the sea! of tho strlko at 3 druggists, 50a cald, Nokomis nnd Witt, near Spring- - ,JPht r.wrong, mino own country!" .. field, where 2,500 miners are out of OKX. WOOD FAVORS fifty I01'1 for a n,an of tho Lawrence cut! SKXDIXO ARMY ABROAD work because of tho strlko of niotormen nnd trip riders, who aro;01'' for a raau Hko'Farragut! asking nn advance of ?1 a day over ()h- for ,ho nlen of Bod rel lod! Boston, Mass., April 21. MaJ. n'hat naB "ecomo of tho salt sea frml simnkdii? nt n iiionMni? of tho iucreaso granted nt tho Joint f!rn conference of operators nnd miners!' uroou; tho American Cotton Wasto Lxchangc week. Tho mines in Now York yesterday, said tho United States .... ........i i... last r,.i. .,.!.. ..,Hear their Iauchtcr rise ami swell! t... WOUld not fulfill Its duty In tills War I pnny of Chicago, of which Francis S.,l,Bl- "Wo'ro niioai, anu tuo ioo to until it had sent men to tho front. hell' Tho meeting was called to raise funds irauimj is in usiuuiu. Waro the way! for the seas bclonj; m o, to equip n complcto ambulunco unit I'm us as well as th royal thtong" Why Oil Calms Sea. for tho Red Cross. Waves In mldoccnn aro caused en- "If wo aro to bo a part of tho tirely by tho action of tho wind. Tho oh, for tho men of lie stripe of Jones war," said Geii. Wood, "our men In movlnB particles of nir which com- - V Ith marrow in their good honour uniform must bo nt tho front. 1)080 tho wlnd aml tho surfnco pnr.x bones' It Is no child's play. Wo shall send tcleg ot tho Wlter causes tho water's1 Oh, for tho men of good red blood living men and bring them back dead 8Urraco to bo dragged along with What has "becomo of tho salt sea hut novcr until this is dono shall tho nlr BnmU rlpi)ies aro nuneui. brood? wo fulllll our duty. lately formed. These ripples soon "You nro now standing bohlnd tho overtako others near them. It Can't Bo Dono. Thgy allied lines and behind such forces lluite nml ,ilIe to tno faction lie- -' An elderly man sought to mall a Thero ls a long iween tho water particles, each sue- -' letter In tho flro alarm box at First a3 wo havo alloat. period of preparation nliead of us, COedlng rlpplo piles up on tho top nnd Broadway at 3 o'clock yeserday and tho first step 1b to back up tho ot tno pr0vlous ones. and flro engines and a po- i aftornoou plan for universal military servlco. j jUBt (ls B00U as 0n iaiSprCad upon'llco auto mado a needless run on a You cannot let somebody olso do your tno Water, however, tho slzo of the ff'30 nlarm. Leon Abraham, drug-Jo- b and havo a clear conscience. This waves is reduced Uko magic. j B'st, saw the man pulling at tho has given everything in tho j tUo reason for this ls Interesting, dlo and ran across tho street telling way of opportunity, and it has tho oil, uullko wnter, has very llttlo in- - Mm that ho "ad mistaken a lire box right to demand tho servlco of its tornal friction between its particles for a mail box. I citizens. Koodness, you help mo get out 'n,0 ripples of oil formed by the "A voluntary servlco, however, wind, therefore, cannot pile upon of this troublo," said tho frightened dollghtful in theory, is ridiculous In cad, other to nny considerable citizen who thrust tho letter into the practico. Tho unlovsal system treats height- .- Henco water waves cannot druggist's hand and ran from the all alike rich or poor, native-bor- n grow in an area of oil placed about scene. Tho letter was uddressed to Only 0000 mon lnivo a steamer. They begin to fall down tho German Security Dauk.' or beon enlisted In two weeks, and I , instead. By tho tlmo these waves ' Tho mail box on tho corner was It to youto ostlmato how long reach tho boat thoy will havo lost stroyed sovcrai days ago when nn au-- lt will tako to get an army ot a mill-- - their formatlvo ripples, and tho re- - tomobllo struck it and a now mall ion men." suit Is a porfectly calm surfaco ovcrl'w aK ,,ot yet been installed: ' tho nnrtlnn of thn sea thrnuch which Courier-Journal- .' wny lonsupauon injures. i tho boat , nmkjnc lt8 way. Farm For Sale. The bowels nro tho natural sewer A "100 ncro farm 4 miles east of age system of tho body. Whon they ; Japan After Our Trade. Imports from Japan during tho Hartford, on tho border ot tho oil hecomo obstructed by constipation a part of tho poisonous matter which eight months of tho current fiscal j fields. Good dwelling, barn and oth Youwg they should carry off Is absoroed Into year totaled $131,C5D,000, an In-t- er necessary outbuildings. system, making you feel dull nnd creaso slightly over 100 per cent. orchard, strawberry bed t ml other stupid, and Interfering with tho di- - compared with imports for tho elm pleasing features. If liinY) carry y sent pike w.'l bo near. gestlon nnd nsslnillatlon. of food. Ilnr period for 1012-1under rro-- J This condition Is quickly rcllovcd by tectlon. Japan is running us out of See, or wrlto Tinsley & Barnett, Clininburliiln'H Obtainable foreign markets In the Far East, and Hartford, Ky for further parties Tablets. m Invading our homo markets. nverywhoro. . She 'ars Is I I rmU",,to 4ren Cry for Fletcher's Ibe in uw lor orer over ju years, uas uoirne th signature of - ana nas Deen nade tmdtr bis per V--sonal supervklin since its Infancy. "Just-as-good" Kind You Have Always Bought, and whith has been , I '" y. to-d- !".. 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A Business Education is the chief requisite .. ...A.,n.ln 'Plm U.rr man tF frwlov filmrvot. wiili. out oxcoption are the men who proparod'yesterday. Wo prepare you for tho position that are waiting for tho prepared man or woman. School la session tho ontiro year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. Of I ho til SIB I Mil (Incorporated) 3, Inter-count- OWENSBORO, KY. "rrrffaB&BMP,: ...z:& Mmfm jltA. !"' " s:"3BSjtEasafeiaiair -- AtMcrfsec H li i -- . bM I' ally on a call for volunteer) would ( Noilro Announcement for conn- - Intcndetit of Schools of Ohio county UNTIL WAR'S . Subject to tho Primary De the first to enlist In his country' Klcctlon. ly olllccs published In this coltnnn,iin-hjrof th mcolJ , dcfeng H Kj: wmaii nutter wj,jc Urown and I, tho not) August 4, 1917. r. "' -r ;.. Would j. ..d .r.lllr? as much to the com-- t one-haworth I ' Bl ' For Jailer. and a" S. TOM) ANY SACRIFICE TO ii t n.W.TT ..- Editor' home and dohomereal JoncS 9t8' Wo nro authorized to 11111101111014. .-JHUIMOV.l J ., ; u ihrnott uld tho send 1.5 good. ,.))r tllw,11H1r. no HK MARE RATHER THAN Manager I of M. ('. HIIHOAHEH frr f. 8. TIN8LKr,..DtiMneyi if sn ovormms jx":illilon had bedWo nrc authorized to announce tho It won't work, besides It Isn't fair.' SEPARATE PEACE. Republican nomination fnr jnt. ..is, tilted, but thr: lit- - Navy Dena.:- 'candidacy of I.. L. KMItHV for tho tho a w... v,...... llcpitbllcnn nomination lor ucpre-icutntl- er of Ohio county. Subject to u to selective cuuatiiiJwuit m ). had not realm any fln:l cm Address all communications and onlr solution, take those of us, of Ohio county. Subject Primary Klcctlon, Saturday, Augut r I it en about it. Ce Hartford Republican. who are. first most physically fit, and to tlm I'rliniiry Klcctlon, Saturday, 4, 1917. Washington. April 23. Further -August 4, 1917. then, consider omer from Russia enc0UraBlnB reports Wo am authorized to announce thi For Sale. not oniy tor tne array oUl me uu.u(came w NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ,n n dIpalch to the Sart- We nre . authorized to announce the caudldocy of .1. W. RUYALL for tk. ... ... oiTArf. .. Work horses, Harness horses, to new lire ana comunuy wncre juuvs re-- , CtniA th yirt wnt . tfaUrUVr n. nntiifininnl fnlllnr nr trtn ni 11 I. I.IU'I.CSN llfMlll 111 l( Jill iinminiii inn rnr .Inline 4r1rM mint jrire tb old edd- r- In tniiklnir th sides and thus far ou benefit inuiof President Wilson's war address . BB .. Uf ,n tm. for llio ItMiubllcan nomlnntlmi for Ohio county. Subject to tho PrU fc,"Cl,0B' 8atUay AUBM-Nation, for It Is the spread and 4' i.r7 " Loenl. anl Notlew loe -r lie nm In Bniln ,and declaring that Russia under the f7rS;.Vo wlH 19 S.au lapping of these community In.Ttlon. xr Una for each alUtloaal -- " duy. August I, l!n. nJCarJutTlinl,:c j garte( nnj hept rolling by the, best mnnt t nn tiinrn. Hfcpiv to nlinnilon '. quamj-. umi price. ObltanrM. i r nrn niitnnrlvrxl In MtiMUtuiLM ..... . ...... --rn -w. ixvh w flntinniA v 1. .. i. a n.n.t II. sM.tir In ailrilNra. B Tor :,r u'n urn nut liiirlzi-i- l lo aiiiioiuico t he candidacy of K. K. TINSI.HV for th the war ullbout achieving htf CtarcL No7c fre.. Tiki Sour. I - Republican nomination for 0I tne alloa' . for tin' Re Mpet than Is the United Statci. .,ir.,.i..mBt. letnin. . -tho .. , Prof. Copeland. of Harvard, SU-.a,,'...'1 .. - .-t Repn - sentn - Oho county. Subject to the Prl,.! u u.. no, ntn wen ana ..osjmon. ..nmaow.lon, will rrnrnvn,l his .ludoulH for KecanK tnat one of,,,. le n,pP. --Subject lo in.- - ry.iccuoii, aubusi 1, ivu , .,,. ttvo of Ohio County quired to perform IMLtlOD tne uuues ior . ... ( , coming ""-" late to ciass. Prifimry Klectlon, S.i(unlii. Aiigusi which he is bestTsulted, none hould Imperial regime was the belief that We are authorized to announce the O.1 js a KiiRllsh compo- - I, 1917. ..Th8 be heard to complain. candidacy of H. A. I.F.i: for the It, ? It was planning a separate peace, remarked, with Hnrcamu, ...- .SVL.eQ."borlaxi.i i publican nomination for Jailer ot The old volunteer system Is out of dispatch said the revolution would j sition," ho For County .lliilge. S3 date, much like the payment of pub- ..not nn ltftcr'll0on tea." ln nn. fillllliirlvftil (ll fllllHllllIPe tllO Ohio county Subject to the Prlmurj .. .. ..11 nn. expedite the defeat of Germany and t -4. .I.a ..aw. " b .n "... "- .- cand acy of MACK cimk for uio Klcctlon, August 4, 1917. " "'He uxes. only about one out of eterv ,the establishment of a general peace. twelUy ,nutes late. Prof. Copeland Ip,iip;,i, uouiinatliiu for Judge of APRIL KKIHAV or thirty perhaps, would pay Wo are authorized to nnnounce thti Prompt recognition accorded tile ' waited until she had taken bur seat. tho Ohio County Court. Subject to ( If they were not made to do so. that "10 Primary Election, Saturday, Au rnndldacy of .1. T. WHDRINU for tint new Government by the United Stntes 'Then ho remarked, bltlngly: Republican nomination for Jailer of is,- - they know they can t avoid It, so gave encouragement and help to the Spain, tho largest neutral nation, "How will you have jour tea, Mls3 gust A. 1917. Subject to tho PrimaOhio county they come across, and that is another Council of Ministers and their sup' Drown?" is now shaking her fist In the face We are authorized to announce the ry Klectlon, August A, 1917. of conscription. form porters, the department was Inform- "Without tho lemon, please," Mls candidacy of R. It. WKDDINC for of the Ka!er and It would not be y0 an authorized to nnnounce tho llson s allusion ' rtrnwn nnwnml.. imttn gently. ed. while President tho Her.ibllcau nomination for Judge urprlslng to hear of her- - entrance KV. (CARDS WOUXDKD IN" . Subject candidacy of CIIARI.KV JOHNSON ot the Onlo County Court to flip niisslim revolution in his .lil,piiritiin nmti.inr With Into the (war at any date. MCRRAY SHOOTING SCRAP, to the Primary Klectlon, Saturday. for Hip Reiiubllcau nomination for ,a.t.l tQ Congres, ma,c u a Russia and England and France. August 4, 1917. Jailor of Ohio county. Subject to Ing Impression on the people. The. Spain and the United States Japan, Mnrli Trnrlcl Cmi. tho Primary Klcctlon, Saturday, An. shoot n J.lnnnH lino linnn tn llolnlAil tAfTutltAP Murray, Ky., April it. ... fit till lined up in pairs fighting for the . Wo are authorized to announco the jKRt ,i jyi 7. jMimoru uen, in., une in im- iiium "aa , i... -- , '"h r, .i u.m-- .. u...u..u ..t.c same cause we truly have old ene- mh '""Iwlth other of the President's utter celebrated Ayrshire cows In the world candidacy of It. It. MARTIN for the. members of Company L, Corp. "Ray ances concerning American participanomination for Judge off We are authorized to announco mies reunited. died recently, the property of Adam RepublicanCounty the court suujeci to tho ,Ohio and i'rlvat cricK ami ueorge ai- - tion and Is being given wide circuaeuz. of waiiKCsna, wis. niie was,.,... ii.,.ti,.n s.itnr.l.iv At:. candidacy of ('. A. SMITH for tho Re I,rltt0"- - a Lilian, were woundei. publican nomination for Jailer cf RCM.VGOOD SCOUTS. lation in a pamphlet, freely distrib- said to have traveled more miles and gust , 1917. supposed to have been 10,s Subject to tho Primary Ohio rounty Urltbt and early Tuesday morning TllP by are negroes, Galen Grogau uted. at more fairs to have been exhibited Kluctlou, Saturday. August 4, 191? three .k tio.,f.i .rnn nf pnr Scouts "wd No people, acordlng to the report, to announce tho any other animal of tho breed We are proprietor of a grocery; Luierne Gil- so circumstanced ever have made than two successive years. 1913 mid camlldncj niiinorutil of .1. A. III.M.AMI for the were In line for a terlffic offensive For u nrc .luiiiurizuii 10 nil IK) nil CO IIU ; Grogan and 'Judge on dirt, filth, etc . on the streets of bert and Isaac Walls. greater sacrifices for freedom than '1911, she was the female itraud Republican nomination forSubject of candidacy of WORTH TICHKNOR-thto havOhio Count Court the Russians, and they fully rea.-- ' champion for Ayrshircs at the Nat- tho Primary I.lecilon, Aug 4. 1917. for ,0of lu.publlcan nomination for Hartfot in answer to the clean-u- p Walls are under arrest, Gilbert oh, C0Unty Subject to Jalcr Mayor Her. With ing i'caped proclamation of that a separate peace would Jeopar- ional Dairy Show, and in tho latter me miliary i.iecnon, ntuniay, Au- TIip shooting occured in front of We arc authorized to nnnounco the gust 4, 1917. The year was awarded an enthusiastic rush the fortresses dize all they have gained. tho Valentine grocery. Corp. Ray was of the enemy were charged and the Grogan's American form of government has Trophy valued at $500 for tho cham- candidncy of SIt.VS I,. STKVKN'S for shot twice in the leg. Private Crick been taken as the model of the pionship of nil dairy breeds. the Republican nomination for Judge Wit are authorized to announce tho result was pleasing. of the Ohio County Court. Subject candidacy of .1. W. l'KRRY for tho hoes, rakes and shov- in the neck and Albritton In the leg. Rusian people, and the participation Armed ulth to the Primary Klectlon. Saturday, Republican nomination for Jailer of els tho boys under the direction of Dr. Hart was called at once and they of the Untied States has Infused In August 4, 1917. Subject to tho PriOhio county MarEhal Casebier made vigorous at- - were taken to the Murray surgical them a confident spirit and imbued mary Klectfou. Saturday, Augutt STRAY STREAKS. hospital, where Drs. Mason and Hart j Wo are authorized to announce thr 4. 1917. tacV. The streets were cleaned in them ,with a firm determination. candidacy of WIN'SON SMITH for the apple pi? order and the Scouts were dressed the wounds. Albritton was They believe they have an army (Dy Fluke McFluke.) Republican,. nomination . for Judge of t We aro authorized to nnnounce the taken to hi home. All arc reported .. . . ...1 .. .. r... cheered lustilj in the hearth of all in In number, unexcelled auuji-i-- i U1U Uliw v oiinij luun. M. P.!l,npv nf I.,,,,, IlllnUV fnr n If all Hart- to be rebtlng well apprcciatlvp citizens. courage and led by commanders of the primary Klectlon. Saturday, Au- tii.. t gust 4, 191.. ford people followed the example set 'flllln rilllllll SllMopf In III., Prlmn ability and patriotism. your war Have you purchased Let. Jack Rabbit IJie. by the young soldiers this old town ' ry Klectlon, Saturday, August If Americans are incensed at the bonds yet? Austin, Tex., If the war or any Intrigues and 1917. for Ciiiintj .Mloinpy. would be about S9 per cent more underhanded machina' . Wo are authorized to announce the sfiould bring a food 8anltary than before the inaugura- other cauie tions of Germany in their midst, and candidacy of A. D. KIRK for the Re- ! Coiinecliui; Ailments . Miortage to the people of Texas Jack- For Assessor. clean-u- p campaign. tion of tho on their border, the message deA Frenchman with gennan meas-- I publican nomination fnr Comity At- ' We are rabbit meat woul come into demand. clares, the Russians have fourfold county Subject to candidacy authorized to announce th torney of of I). K. WARD for the les, or vice versa, a German with the Prlmar Ohio according to the view of Gov. Ferg- AuSKI.KCTIVK DRAFT. Klectlon, Saturday, cause for like resentment, and will trench measles, and each with Ilepubllcan nomination for Assessor the gust 4, 1917. The Legislature at its recent Much argument may beheard these u'on y of Ohio county Subject to the make any sacrifice rather than con- brand of seven regular jtar itch, I'vo'twlce appropriated 3200,- - clude a separate peace. days upon the proposed plan of Klectjon, Saturday. August 4, For County Court Clerk. bad. 1917. " " I'aid as bounties for the lpctlre conscription for raising -- n " We are nuthnrized to announce the extermination of Jackrabblth. wolves ( )WKNSHORO NFAVSPAPF.R 111 t vi.'i'vuui present, appar'-n- . it, tnxi- - .,r 11' arm to meet tho Wo would liko to know where iill j for tllc Under the provision For Mai;Mr:itr. nomination' for' needs of the Nation. There may W. 'in'1 wildcats. MAN (IS) CUPID'S VICTIM We are authorized to nnnounce trio ,ll(- - bil1 t!lc State wai to have paid the eggs camo from, out of which County Court Clerk of Ohio county. thT- - i. argument worthy of perhaps Subject to the Primary Election.! candidacy of VV. t DAUCHKRTY U r these german plots were hatched. five cents for each jackrabblt scalp. consideration upon either side of the Republican nomination for JusOwensboro. Ky., April 21. Uruce Saturday, August 4. 1917. Hut Gov Ferguson has vetoed the flager tice of Peace. Hostile Magisterial DU- but we confess that we ' and Miss Lillian Head were To bo deserted by Al, the main htrongly favor the plan of conscrip- bill, .mil in his veto he bay he would quietly married at the residence of Wa nre niltlinrlyefL In nlinnlinrp the, trict. Suliject to tho Primary Elec- cheeso lu this joint, when tho fishing candidacv of M. F. CHUMI.EV for the """ Saturday. August 4, 1917. we may be over the be willing to approve a large aption tho biased the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hen County1 blast, is volunteer bstem. While we do not propriation for the extermination of j. iieaa, mis anernoon. 1110 cere- - I season rIs In full ,,,- ..,n. entirely too Republican nomination for suoject .,, ,,,, ... .court cierK 01 onto county, , e are authorized to announce loo "" O .! patriotism stone dead, yet wohe.-- and wildcats, as they are a mony was performed by the Rev. E. consider rimary i.iecnon, aaiuruny, canniiiacy 01 .1.1s. iiwi.i.m, ior inc ' r.-.self to get by with. The only con- - lo l 01 sreui neavy losses 10 me if we netd any thingvat all at HU E. Bomar, pastor of tho First llaptist solatlon I'm ablo to ikt iuiiiil.iii utJilllllit liui, ur Jlinutu ui tt. extract from the xiihtni 1, I Instead of to prate llv"",ock ntercstb of the State, the Peace. Sulphur Springs District. time, it's action Mr. Hager Is the youngest - church. Il'l "Iiut Wo aro authorized to announce the Subject to the Primary Election, Sat- about lofty patriotism and sit still ,inUt,M- whl, ll,ls ls tru-- " ne con- son of Judge S. W. Hager and Mrs. situation is, thatmy be to doggon busy to labor in cmdidary of L. II. CONDIT for theurda, August 4, 1917. my Official ap- wife's gorden. - "! Cannot Bivo ',(,lnL. for the other fellow to enlist. Hager, and is business manager of Republican nomination for County "" tho OwensGoro Inquirer. I Pcrsonally. we do not favor a largo """ lv ".'"ul "We aro authorized to announco tho Capt. of thc U. S. Liner which Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject Tho It is too much fun. peace, but to tho Primary Election, August 4. candidacy of K. W. .IACKSON regular arm in times of for sank the Gcrmnn Sub Sea Craft, 1917. If PrIce,i of raeat con' on"' heM: the Republican nomination for Jur- we are strong for a large trained Death of Tina Miller says as how oil appeared on tho wat,n'w ", S " wc raayT need the tico of the Peace. Denver Dam DU- citizenry. not only subject, but qual-- ' Mrs. Tina Miller, wife of J. L. ers Immediately after tho bhot. In trlct. Suliject to tho Primary Kiev- For Sheriff. juiAijiiuin iu me oi,.' j luuiK an duty . at a few ifled for military Wo nro authorized to announco the ti,)nt Saturday. August 4. 1917. appropritian of $200,000 as provid- Miller, of Whitesville, died Thurs- this case, appearancu of the oil was n You may argue as hours notice. ed would mean only ?1,000 would not candidacy of G. A. RALPH for the for day morning iu Parma, Mo. The sure sign that this w" i,re authorized to announce tbu much as ou like, preach until you Rep"liean nomination of and wildcats and $199,000 deceased is survived by her husband trouble any other waters or ocean Ohh, county. Subject for SheriffPrl- - candidacy of M. D. CROWDED for to the are. purple In tho face, es, black if wolies and seven children. The remains liners. This is more rabbit mary Election, Saturday, August 4.,1" Republican nomination for you pleaFc, but we won't have an ar- for Jackrabblts. in Whitesville Saturday meat than I think the State ought to arrived .tico of tho Piart, Roslue Magisterial my worth while until we are made bu at this time." morning. Tho funeral was conductdistrict Subject to the Prlmar Notwithstanding tho Country is at to train and learn the arts of a solWo nre authorized to announce the Election. Saturday. August 4, 1917 ed from the Christian cemetery at war, and everything to eat is as m bar candidacy or S. A. DRATCIIER ' dier under some .sort of compulsion. (RKi'.CK AIIOC T TO liXTKK fori Whltesvillo at 2:30 o'clock Saturday to find as all t, yet It isen't tho Republican nomination for Slier-- 1 We- are authorized to announce tbf It looked lery much like war some Owensboro Inquirer. quito as bad y WAR ON siDK OF ALMCS afternoon. ns it was day be- Iff ot Ohio county. Subject to the mndldacv of W. S. DEAN for tho Re twelve .months ago and ou know al(Ed. Note.) Mrs. Miller was tho fore yesterday, for then the Kentuc- Primary Election. Saturday, August publican nomination for Justice of of the population said most one-hadaughter of Mr. John Greer and was ky Legislature wna In session, an. I I, 1917. Hie Peute. Sulphur Springs Mnglster New York, April 21 A cablegram we were virtually at war and in tact, 'lal district Subject to tho Prlmarv quoting au Athens newspaper with born and raised In Ohio County. Her now it is not. t We nre authorized to nniiounto the' Election. Satuidny, August 4. 1917 Senator Ollie James is said to have tho was hotter . that Greece Is on the husband, J. L. Miller cnndldiey 01 (.'. P. .IO.VKS for the' acknowledged recently, that wo had known as (Jack), and as v.e aro Inpoint of entering the war ab an ally Wo are authorized to announce the Dad Gilggsby lows as how thero Republican iior.ilnntlon for SlierHT been In a stato of war for two jear.s 01 the Kntentc Ohio count). Subject to the ph - candidacy of S. W. I.KACII for the Powers was received formed resided in Tcxa.i ii.iit.ad of miifat be somebody roun' town mighty more- - tho it was war with the or a by tho Atlantis, a Greek daily Mo. slclc, as ho teen Ernest Birkhcad out iiitir.t i.ii'tiioii, otuuruay, ,uhUil H. " I'mnivnu Humiliation ior juauvi- j tin Peace, Dealer Dam Magisterial M 1917. goldon muffler on- - and we all know-ver- newspaper hero. prattlng his now hearse "and horses plUrlet. Subject to the Primary well when the Kentucky Nationl:M,OuO VOLUNTEERS I'OR s, "Tho Gteek dally newspaper tolher day. y, We nre authorized lo announce the'"' August I, 1917. al Guard was called out for service P.OO.SEVKLTS DIVISION a e. Athens, in an Inspired leading candidacy of S. E. DENNETT for the year ago. nrtlelrt on the border nearly a Wo aro authorized to annouueo the Democratic nomination fur .Slicrlft of Ht:ltr: thrit ftrnnert Iu nlinut NOTICE. there was an anxhus call to recruit Ohio county. New York, April Subject to tho Primal 1 candidacy of .1. V. HAGERMAN for 25. ApproxiMq q th(j Wlw ,I0 wap 0,( W olmIii call the attention of our Saturday, August 4, 1917. "h" Democratic nomination for Jus our own Company II, up to the liuil'. ,,,, mately 1 211,000 men have applied , .r,...w tafT nuiix runi. vut vni. uiv tlce of the Peace, llnrtford Magisterwhich would Irive been l."0, jet with new Primo Minister will bo Alexan-- i thus fttr nml bec" fou,,u ,0 meot thc tenders to (ho fact that 'llio Reputi-- 1 District. Subject to tho Primary ial- SiipfiiiiiiMiili'iit. Ilcnu will publish no communication-- . I say It. t!i" combhame It Is that wo ...... ..... i 111,7 .... l.'l... .,!..,, U.....-.1- ... .... . '.,ni... ...... der CafuiiK, who has made proposals necessary requirements for member unless slKiicd by tlio author, lew ..u.il.iieil. are entitled to pany went to the border with a to- in Hit' vole for' Entente Powers which have ship in Col. Theodore Roosevelt's weeks pass d that nnonjmous art Idea's ;hool Siiperinirndent m built Prl-- ' of its full been uccepterl." propobed army division, It was antal ot lots than We urn authorized to nnnounce Ibd ( eandttl-icand Final Klcrtiou htrcngth. uf .1. II. DANIEL for tho nounced here at enrollment arc not leccimt and it Is not our tie- The Embros Is sold "to bo ono of newsy items into the Yo-tltepublu.m nomination for JUFtic we all know, that voluiiteorn ... leading neutpaporh In Grceco headquarters, which wcro opened sire- to liurl the aiilhorled to ant.uunce the of tho Peace. Ilnrtlcttr. Moglslerial ThU nnonjinous were not called, but what's the dlf- - and to have nrosirved a neutral at- - some time ago with tho former uusto r,"11"1 'i,:'.oy or ,:" S Primary "WARD for thc I HUtrlci. niiinlcntlou rule Is hlated win ,V!I j Pupuhllrnn immitiatiou for Superlu-- Klectlon, Subject to the 1, 1117. fcronce? Men were needed and urged UUllle towan, ie President's approval. Only fifty of Saturday. August and "iiiicnt in Hciiools of Ohio county. (0 enlist but absolutely fulled to ro- - KlllK ronstoiitluoS party. . tho applicants, It was said, wero un- in 1110 nenu 01 mo editorial column ",,-'''t '" be Prlmar.i Election. .upnnd and Just that certain will we U'e uro authorized to unnounco tlu der 25 years old. None below thla nnd must bo adhered to. Requests I ttfilny. August 4, 1917. e.iudlda.y of ED SHOWN for th !tt around In the present or future up 'cm,) co, ijAPTl'i'C s S ure now being accepted. Of tho that names lo omitted from nrlm Republican nomination for Justice aro coinplkil with, but llio manuscript parent crlM. waiting tor our nrfeh-- j Wo ro ihoiitd to anuomiio tlio of the CONVENTION AT DUNDEE total, 10,000 aro negroes. Sixty per ford Magisterial i.imlldacy of MRS. I. S. .MASON for Dlulrict. Peaie, Hint to tho Priumry Jior or inilijhborb, hired man or boy cent, of tho volunteers are from Vir must boar tlio m Iters' Hlmnituio. Subject Republican nomination for Super- - Elcctlon, Saturday, August I. li)17. THE EDITOR. Mini 111 liims-elto uqul'i to do our. n,..,,. j,..in.. ginia, North and South Carolina and Ti. iiK.tn,,,. UUUU 'Hlllt)l lighting, piotect our homo and th.-- KCh0ol I'tlllUIVtllll,' Convention of Ohio County othur Southern States, whlio In Now ' Dntilne.s Hcholnrship, money, tainted money, I should bay, ' win m(:(,t jail for the period 01 the war. Kulm of ".loso" Fellner, killed here last nl ijuniju(,t on Sunday, neM Yt"'k Clt' uor m"rfl tnnn f"'" oi- Wo hnvo for sale, a scholarbhlp, we nave gotten uom 01 ai inc expense A .irc saIltl unvo enrolled. KathorInK is evnectpd nnd fall by a Deputy United States Mar-hl- s good for a complete course In elthur was mid by olllcers, iyiu, ' of our brother heie and acrosrt the Illioilni, .... ... tier Pllbtrnn Ij ...w... residence Iu n fubhiounblo dls- - ahal, was ono of tho victims. Robcoo ...w..., ... mnrn ......H- - fi Ik Bookkeeping and Accounting or heas. than certain to royally entertain tho NAVAL OFFICIALS DISCUSS tnci, to in au olllcer of the German Brewer also was slain. Riley and Selective toiirtcilplloii is the only delegates or mensengcrs who attend. OVERSEAS EXPEDITION Stenographers Courso In thc Owens of Monroe Mellon, brothers, lecelved boro lluslnesa & Industrial College. J""11 . '""' '" h In manner In which i Tim following havo boon selected sau' and military be- - M'rlous woundd. Iniormatlnii Wootln, Russell For particulars apply at Republican 1 In pro- as musseugers from tho local BapWashington, April 24. Hearings obtain ami fit men for iut of his knowledge ot tho ex - Deputy Sheriff, was wounded sllght- (f jfutiM tecting tho Nation In those days tist Church: Sieve Ellis, W. C. wero concluded by tho House Naval ofilce, ,... umii.iiaciuriiig nidustiy In , ly, as jvas a fourlh man, whoso lilen y when on the Adminisninny Nations appear to have niankenship. Otto C. Martin, D. E. Committee "irlct. ,l,,li tiiy ti, oitlcera havo not determined fallen into a stale of ut tor dlsteganl W. Ford, S. A. Hratchor utid G. U. tration bill to increase tho enlisted GERMAN SENT TO JAIL I a KOU PERIOD OF Till: WAR navy from S7.000 to rights of others. MreiHth of tho for tho Likens. ixii.i.hii, i uen voc.di:d III! IIoks.n Kuppore Jones, Drown and I. aro strength jony others are o.uiected to attend 150,000 and tho marine IN PERRY COUNTY DRAWL E L. I.arinon Sou recently shipPittsburgh, Pa April 23. Arthur rifSldeutri of the same community all t ho convention. Jrom 17.000 to 30,000. Considera ped to tho l.oulhvtllo market 99 bogs equally fit mentally tind physically. tion of tho measure by sections will Kuhn, a mechanical engineer, with Hazard, Ky., April 2:t. At the lor $3,118.16. . Every oar mor than 5,000,000 begin tomorrow, and tho committee offices In ono of tho best bulldlngi houd of tho .Mcintosh branch of Cat- - 'Till. which they received O.l ..... Iiooil"' Jonos Ik perliniw a iiiuelt better cltl- -' I., .... ..in ,o ill, 1,, filial' III .IJ.Otf U, . t,l was arrested by siun 1 reeK. two men were ion,! the follower of a much inert bods and S, 000,000 meals nro provid-iiKofi- il (nets to ronort It promptly. killed and lor tlio swluo. Does It pay to raise ocotipatlon, lilollo!) hln fain), ed by tho sdiullern and homon of tho Rear Adtutr."! Palmer told tlio aeuts of tho Department of Justice tour others wounded, two of them 'hogs? From this wo would my thai ly, hint lilijhor idoalh and iu any on Salvation Army Iu Grout Britain. coumitteo the naval strength now is' am- - conllned In tho Allccheny couuty serjVisly. John D. Feltuer. brother It does. Huhsojlvlllo J Hartford Republican. - a'iPrSS.ROSSIA , lf IN FIGHT .v :f. r oMim to lw t th- -' yo.ton iftar volunteers wcro of 1,000 a da. u,i i.i. uh to Mil Itecaiii') law ..T .it IIH END Mh'l I. ' WtillU .IUIO 1... lull quota t m.i .nthorliod by existing :, . .. u , t i.im j: f rl ANNOUNCEMENTS, -' H, .. -- """' he l i""" ''". '"" .- . r . I ...... t- -- bitr!''' rr, I i J 1 .1. " .-- irn. U S'ZT K'cuS '"'. , t - .. ." ..',..' c8 ....!.. ..... "-- .-- j - ! ,' ' I I --- - "' j 23.-L-- A ,i, .i',uu',;" I "'" "'' rt - 1 ,...,. i ! I ... ... to-da- ,..,. f, ... i 1 Prt-luiar- n- ... ! I ... - ...-w ,, , -' !'' - I I ' Jur-191- glt-ou- - lf to-d- jr Km-liro- t'tloii,-Snturda- .,,,.. ,,. EK-ctio- j Il one-thir- ht jn-tr- , t. ire , 1 f 'c ..-- .. I pnsr-i'hhlo- to-da- . "" ' c' y , ., .i. News-Democr- i'UI' IJ'1" mm: nwi tiiijmww";' w frwm m mr - J,. .I - From nil reports, tlio K, E. A! now isrvy.ni" In scslon in Louisville, is bolus well EST attended Mr. .1. I). Holhrook, of Iluluiil, Tfe mszsji Tlio hcries of meetings recently is especially di- was hero yesterday. brought to n doso at the local Chris-- I Mr. I. T. Parks, of near Beda, who Ian Church, resulted In olx add It Ions rected to our splendid line of Is very low, wns no better nt tlio ... Ilt. 1. ,, ... I. to inu 1.11 HI til mill Hindi KUUI1 .IO mo. hour of going to press. J coiniiitiiilty generally. Mr. Park Taylor, attending K. S. i jrnr tho" remainder of" the soswon 1 h, arrived homo yesterday and will will soil my rcgulnr $2.00 BARRttD remain hero thru the Minimcr. ROCK EGGS for $1.00 per sitting. Tho lint weather is here; mo you' prepared for X Lawrence Ruiigor qualified as nd- J- - C. ILEIt, com fori? If not, our vsist stock of.Hummer Hartford, Ky. mlnlstrator of tho estate of Robert C. Lewis, deceased, on tho 23rd. j HOICK We hnvo a lot of gooso- merchandise is tit your disposal. Hoe8 "lal wlM (,"I' 1,c weeds I'oll tl.ri1.vT Out our" prices on Black and Galvanized Screen .Wire. ' """ rrns ",IL r y"r ""ops. And wo are selling them cheaper than ACTON UKOS., joii C3ii i tiy theni elsewhere. Price Hartford, Ky. A largo and varied assortment lo select from. hi in j s, and then come to us. Mr. 0. IL Roberts, FordsvilK S. L. KINO & CO., No trouble to got pleased from our .stock. Wo ofter spending a day or two hero with Hartford, Ky. frit mis, ictiirncd homo yestotduy r invito your inspection. Mr. W. E. Newbolt and family, n orulng. Light, who havo resided here for n number Draperies and Curtains and,Rugs of Wo urge our renders who "huvo of years left Monday for Tulsa, Okla., money to Invest to Investigate tho whoro they go to make their homo. beautiful design and colorings abound war bond proposition. It's ono way Mr. Nowbolt's son, Worden has been NThoirslieornoss and fine qualities indicate eool-nos- s of doing "your bit." in Tulsa for some time and has a hi our spring stock. e and comfort. An enduVs variety of beauthere. Miss Marybello Tuylor and Mr. position In tho John Taylor, of Whitcsvlllo visited-thei- Hartford regrets very much to lose tiful patterns and qualities, as prices i tinning sister, Mrs. IL II. Kills, from this worthy family. y" from 10c to 7nc per yard. A dainty line of D. 11. Trchenor,-latelof this Saturday until Monday. Val and Venice leads for trimming. place, but now of Crescent City, Fla., John P. Taylor, now located In and Elbert Craddock, of tho latter Lace Curtains from $1.00 to $2.50 per pair a Memphis, Teiin.,' with tho I. C R..R. place, stopped off hero on WednesCo., spent Sunday with his parents, wlii to and ecru. day afternoon remaining until yes Col. and Mrs. H. P. Taylor terday morning, on their way to Iri onr Scrim Hue wo have prices ranging from A RKAL N'KCRSSITY for comfort. You can Mrs. K. 1). Turley who has a posi- Counersville, Ind., where they go to in the Greenville High School, accept employment in ono' of tho tion 10c to 25c per yard. not get along without thorn, am we own them Is spending a fow days here with her factories of said place. at practically thfc old prices. Also havo Curtain Stretchers, at $1.50. piirciifb, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams. Mr. Edward Mason displayed rare Wo aro leaving to follow tbo Col patriotism when ho le'ft a' good posl- Mattings Rugs, sr.e 9x12, at $? 50 each. ors but hope that sometime In tho ! tliiu In Detroit recently to enlist in Grass, Ronbco Rugs, size 9x12, at $8.50. ? future wo may bo 'able to bend Re- - Company II, his home company of publican readers the mows from lier- - tho Guard. lie is a splendid type of 10 very day brings to us new ifnd special deTapestry Rugs, size 9x12, from 12.50 to $17.60. Ihi. Southern manhood who will make an signs in hiit creation?. You .may visit our Mil-- , Axminster Rugs, si.e 9x12, at $22.50 to $25.00. Ho is tho oldest EGGS Remainder of week, 30c excellent soldier. linory Department with the assurance of finding in trade, 2Sc cash. Will pay more It sou of Mr. nnd Mrs. lko Mason, who Small rugs to match these in different sizes and now have two sons In the local com- the market Justifies it. exactly what you want. I puny. prices. ILEIl'S GROCERY, J! Wo handlo Tanning: Implements Hartford, Ky. x See our lino of Mattings for spring, from 15c to i j Count) .IiiUkp. Wilson Informs us tho Celebrated Vulcan Chilled and 35c per yard. '4 j that there arc now 10 small children Blue, Illrd Plows, Corn Planters, Try your HOME MERCHANT before tryinir it at tho County Alms house for whom Disc Harrows, Cultivators, Mowing Come in and inspect our line before buying elseMachines, Hay Hakes and various till! tltllllUl IIKT3 aiu ucDiiuua Ul BVUU Mail Order House. Don't forgwt this, -- and reWe also hanother farming tools. ring good homes with private where. A call will be appreciated. member thut it pays to trade at home with it dle the Weber Wagon. Plow time betiouso that saves you monoy. Herbert Felix, who has had a po- will boon be here, see our line fore buying. sition in the St. Louis, Mo., City HosW. E. ELLIS & BRO., pital for some time was in Hartford Hartford, Ky. Wednesday. Mr. Felix left yesterday morning for Louisville and Lexing.1. I). Hill of Simmons, as may be ton. IlTCOKPORATrD ceei: ii out the anouace .writ colunns Mrs. It. M7 Thornsborfy and dauis week, a this candidate ghter, .Mary Lucile; Miss Ilernico i for Ithe Republican nomination for .. Pope and Miss Mary .. uariieii motor- -, (.1)ri.sl!UtulIvo , thc Lower House ,. . ed from Owcushoro Sunday , after- - .., ..... .... , ..,,.,.. 4. for a V visit with Mrs. OHlc (iio-- H gO0(1 Ucnubllcant vlgoroua BI,a weU I,a,,,u,tMES&v position which he Iqualliled for-th- o See Acton Bros., for your Corn Tho entrance Into the race for tho lB00is at the hands of his party. Mr, Drills. Prices right. i Republican nomination for Itepre-- , lm llas ut,eIl nientifled with tho FROM 'PAUPER' TO 'PRINCE Indebtedness they could incur, and rseiitativo or Lawless and Hill ihiipt'.s mining Industry for some years. He hold that in tho future counties nro Wo will pay highest market price PHIL 27 "FRIDAY that contest Into a three' cornet ed Ur good mixer and his election, in Broke Three Months Ago Man Has bound-und- er Section 157, of the ACTO.N BROS., for eggs, affair that will no doubt .prove In- - ease he Is nominated, is confidently j Constitution, Made Millions In Oil. forbidding tho indel)t- Hartford, Ky. teresting. Ii., II. & HT.'Ij. II. R. TIME TAnLE. rcm.-- a' forecasted. comracieu in a year to t Farming Tools for sale. See W. i Hl'ii lifivu ?i No. 113 duo at Ellmitch 8:32 p. m. it nf lilnn nlnmi Whin. Tales of cced tho Incomo; to duct from the W. Va H. PARKS, Ohio County 15otul"S poorwlll No. 110 duo at Ellmitch 7:30 a.m. Stock Peas, which are Tho Kentucky General Assembly fabulous fortunes mado in the gold "''r-iaterevenues these fixed Works. No. 112 Lv. Ellmitch ... 3:40 p.m. at a very low4)rlce. Get our after being in session all the time, f California aro eclipsed by" Penses to find how much indebted-th- o Jones' Fertilizers tho old rclla-- ! prices before buying your supply. Ar. Irvlngton .. 5:35 p.m. allowed by all the laws of tho land, millions mado almost overnight nos!' may bo incurred, and if, through unforeseen eventualities, tho Income ACTON BROS. 'o,i special-ca- ll Lv. Irvlngton .. 5:50 p.m. btu brand for cale by W, E. Ellis of the Governor for by Fred W. Bartlett, of this city. Hartford, Ky. Mae purpose of creating new methods Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. & Uro. ago Bartlett .was ,n ""? yar does not over tho Three months No. Ill Lv. Louisvlllo .. 8:36 a.m. Capt. W. II. Mo"ore has gone to tif taxation, completed its labors, or broke. Ho was a pergonal friend Pnses, that debt must bo counted la (!o to W. E. ElHs & Bro. . for Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m. Jones' Fertilizer tho kind that pro- Elizabethtown to remain some time at least they quit on Wednesday. Not ot tho sheriff, and onlyMhis friend- - tho standing expenses for the foil-shi- p Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. duces results. 'car unt it i Paid. , prevented tho officer from with his son, Mr. John T. Moore and one is willing to admit that the old 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmitch family. Capt. Moore on his return 'or tafher present tax laws are fit for ing tho Bartlett homo to pay the Plant tobacco where nothing else VIII take rooms in the Dr. E. W tho needs of an enlightened people, latter's numerous Passengers Off Platform M., n. & K. R. It. TIME TABLE. debts.. Tho other will grow and plant foodstuff where Ford otlicc. building. t $G00.00 per Representative 3 Chicago, April 23. Passengers .South Bound, No. 115 and day Bartlett sold a third Interest in 8:45 a. m. tho tobacco isn't. ko a fairly sjitf his oil holdings for ?750,000 and may no longer rido on railroad car Due at Hartford W"nlB L. T. (Kelleyl RIley,wlll lenvu fur 18 bills, when the most North Bound, No. 114 Alexander cried because thero bf.e on or about the tlrst of tlie Ki tho next day refused an offer of $1, platforms while crosslsg bridges.- This rulo was put into effect by rall- 5:55 p. m. wore no more worlds to conquer but Duo at Hartford month for Louisville, wl:orfl.'olJlini 0,,u was Pccally drawn in 000,000 for another third Interest (Both "Mixed Trains.) Tho Bartlett lease was considered roa(ls all over tho country today, and the tears of the Kulbcr will bo he goes to accept a position with tho worthless, and financiers In this hec- - " applies to the rear platform obser-tio- n Iiemdon-Carte- r Riley s Mr. Co this number will bo found the did not share Bartlett's conll- - va"0" cars as well as to other .In f'Muily will ronrt'n good general FOR SALE 'announcement of Saulre. Ed Shown.' donee that thero were millions of coaches. Tho chief reason for tho Mr. F. L. Felix nnd Mrs. Felix, horse price right, terms to suit. as n candidato for the Republican haft-elof oil beneath tho surface ru,e ,s tuat (he ulatfonns offer a Personal News -ACTON BROS., who havo spent tho past three nomination for J. P. O. C. from the' and nono would finance tho develop- - vantage ground tor bomb dropping. , mouths In Florida and other points Hartford, Ky. Hint ford Maglsteral District. Squire 'ment work, and Social Events. e j In tho Southland, returned to their bliiiwu Is now and has been a niernb- Planting tlmo a now at hand. Kltticr ilcU. Soveral times it seemed ho would wcl- Miss Myra Plcner, havo n full lino of Loose Garden homo hero yesterday. Hartford er of the Ohio County Fiscal Court ho forced to sell the hind for a daughtor of coiiih Mr. and .Mrs. Folix home again. Seed pure and clean. during the past three years 'and pittanco in order to satisfy his Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flener of Beaver . ,. Glenn Banw bon of Judgo mid nioro and It goes without saylng.that creuuors, ..... .... ,.. , Tlnni n.l M. n . T i .. tllnH. .. ni.. it. ILEIl'S, Hartford, " " oui ma imioiniiuuio spirit ". "iraii ui uich-wi- n Acton Bros, for furniture. ho bus niado a good, clean conscien - da,0 wero quietly married or Fordsvllle, Wis. W. II. llj'i'Cii ,; rived home novcr daunted. Finally ho manat tho Miss Mury Smith, "from Pan Antonio, T3., tious otllclal whllo serving his dis- aged to persuade ono of his wifo'3 homo or tho brido's parents WednesOct your plows from Acton Bros. was tho guest.of Miss Mariam ho- had rn.uit thh pant seror.il where trict und tho county. Should Squire friends to finance tho drilling opera day morning at 10:30 o'clock, Rov and Mrs. Henderson Murph-re- o For tho best Coal Oil Stove mado Ulo'in is much Iniprov'd Shown bo nominated ho Is certain tions. teonths. Allen pastor of thc Beaver Dam Bapseveral days this week. rco Acton Bros. In health by I is r.tay In tho Sou Ji- - to make a strong race and return, to Tho first well was a gusher that tist church, performing tho cereJ. IhKuykeadoll, ol tho NoCro k ist. Seo Ecinuaffioin Garden Breaking (hervo tho peoplo another four years. produced enough oil in a few days (o mony. 19 head of 37tf community, delivered and light hauling. Keatlier.s lino Introduce After tho wedding Mr. and Mrs. pay all of Mr. Bartlett's debts. hogs at tho local yeards Tucsdav, feathers Into your poultry Hock by M.UtRI.UjK LICKNKi: 1SSUK1) Just receivcifa largo shipment of which averaged him $29.3G, Slnco tho first woll was sunk Bell left for Glemlalo whero they, KIXC'K Ol'R LAST RKPORT others have been drilled, und they will reside. buying at le.ibt u setting of eggs lloii See Her before buying elseJames Coleman n student In K. H. from the famous E. P. Thompson, Tho brldo Is ono of Ohio county's where. aro nil big ones. Oil experts say tho U was In Hartford Wednesday, Aaron T. Itoss, lleaver Dam, to pooL will bo a producing field and If most attractive and talented young N. V. Ringlet Barred Hoekstrain Ico 'cream l"reozor on For tho best to hh homo near Paradise, from J. C. Her, Hartford, Ky. ?J Geneva Hello Brown, MeHeury, tho owner cures to hold ou to it bo ladles and hastho best wishes ol earth, nt rock bottom prices, &eo tills County, for tho summer. ICnls 1)011111)), MeHenry, to Cora E. will ho a hundred times a millionaire many friends per in. ACTON BROS. Tnko your eggs to S. L. King & In a fow years. EyFrVtt Lee, ago 1 S,1'1" c"B'"c"tn7 uftn lfn aiiu" ui ruuiu Ota , l" ui,,u "u Luiktit V iinmn nnnnli ""w,rrt nf Ml VttV I' IVV9 A CWU lit Mw. Llda K,May and and Sarah Kuthcrlno Iia tx.1.Au VU T. (14 I14U Mills. WhltCbVllIo. to Mary WU Wl nit l)c!a.od Reports. ngo.ii, would bo overlooked by a rral sclec papers they will pay the highest, In Ono or two articles were received Brown Ross, Htllard ago 5, nhose mother, Mull!) Clcrtrudo EiIro Whltesvlllo. tivo draft. I . Thomas Wilson, Beaver Dam, to trade or cash, Friday und Saturday. Tho wo know of the marriage to this week, which should hnvo np- da Hlllurd has lately been scut to Hillside Plows, Oliver Chill points Mary E Daniel, Olaton. S. L. KINO & CO. In one be, of Prof, Aaron T. Ross to Miss peared In lartveeWs-Isutho Wrstorn Keutucky Asyjum, and and Jointers for salo by W. B. Kills Bowen Boll, Glendale, to Myra Geneva Bcllo Brown, prior to our cas the incident took placo 113 far You muy'procuro tithor tho II. A. deaorted by their Robert ' father, & Brother. last lssuo but by rcaucst wo did not back as tho ICth. Wt uro always Thomas Improved Stock & Poultry Hlllurd, were committed to tho Alnui Floijor, Beaver Dam. Mallory If. Muiphrce, Hartford, to iuoittlon tho samo in these columns. Looso "Garden Scciabsolutoly or Union Stock. & Poultry Remedies than pleased to havo reports ot on hist .Monday. house puro and Kuarntitecd In every Marlani E. Holbrook, Hartford. jyc.t it j3 not now too lato for tho happenings from nil over tho couuty. ifjom W. K. Rills ft Bro., the reliable HurTan, Mis. Harlan Rev. S.K. Norvil York, Sulphur Springs, to itniiulillran ILEIl'S, Hurtford. tn toln their manv but under ordinary circumstances Produco men. and two children, Mm. C. K. Smith, Ku Pierce, Rosluu. friends horo and clsowhere in wish- - wo do not chroniclo happenings f urMr. HeriiioriR'rifrow; of Llvrr-itor- o Rev. A. 0." Vussbii7 oflhe llapllst Mrs, A K Anderson, Mrs Jas. II. -visited fr'ciids nnd relatives Seminary, Louisville, delivered two Williams, Miss Boulah Mooro and CIU.VA VOTES o-r ine for tho huppy couplo (now ono) '"or back thnu ouo or two days prior Tt) ENTER issue. Please bear this u honeymoon lasting thruout their i our tho first of th week. here iiitliostiiig sermons at tho local Bap- Mr. B. T. Taylor, of this placo nt-- j WAR At.WIXST (JERMANY cntlro lives. in uYind. Mr. Royco Iglohearti of K. S. U, tist Church on last Sunday forenoon tended tho district convention of the arrived homo tho first of this weok, nnd evening. Christian Church In Fordsvllle, Men-- . Pekln, April 3G. At n conference COUNTIES MUST LIVE AVO.MAX J00 YEARS Olil) to remain thru the summer. II. C. Alexander, l K., of Jelferson ,day and Tuesday of provisional and military GovernDIES NEAR CERULEAN WITHIN THEIR INCO.MES J, A. Tate has purchased, tho County, has been employed to eom- or., ut which (ho Premier "presided, Having purchased the , KHluurnnt buslue'ss formerly operat- njtto the work formerly begun by V, lestuuriiut heretofore run by L. T. It was voted unanimously that China Ky., April 23. Mrs. Fr'inkfort, April 21. In the lu ed by L. T. Rlloy ou Main street. T. Llgon, on tho Hartford and Owens- - Riley, ou Main street, 1 will be glad Mionld enter the war ngahiEt turo counties must llvu within their Eliza Hurt, 100 years old, died near Tho fuueral will to have my friends call. You will Mrs. J. V. VIckers nnd dauglitor, horo road. incomes. Tho Court of Appeals in Ccm.'can A tMiiVfi;,i shows that P.irliuuiiut tho rase of Nelson couuty ugalust bo Sorgt. GH rnr Koown, of Co. II, find everything neat, pleifty to eat afternoon. Had alio Marian Austin, of Owensboro, .nro treatment always. is overwhelmingly i, UVor of China Less McCrockliu overruled previous lived uutli July 21 sho would have upending a week with friends liero. 'mow doing service Milder Governniee.t and courteous ' .Ml. Miiry KIIU i)f Route 5, was orders, Bpont a wiuple of days w.fi Remember tho placo ieur Star declaring war, but President LI Vuun dich; ens, uuder winch counties In 1 lCirtO01 years old. Mrs. Hart leaves J A. TATE. Theater. Hko n largo number of relatives lit this jIluitK Is hi ill undeelded on the qued'cr'Virdod fixed oMicnbes. tlui Kiiesl of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. II. hts paronts, SLerift end Mrs. S. Uu'i- tho State. 'n.lt.iu In estimating tho uiiiount :t ewtlon Hartford. Ky, Ellis from Saturday until Mondny. Iveown this wo'jk. twj4 335 M. I'.Uo. T.'Likcns has plenty of Ico for J Are You Prepared? ..l. - 1 J ,"-'c- k Linens, Ginghams, Percals, etc. t : : ! Rugs and Draperies for Springtime airy t Lawns, Organdies, Voiis, etc. post-offic- r Slippers and Hosiery ' Our Millinery ' i Take Our Advice t Carson Si Co. ...i Hartford, Ky - Hartford Republican. J i go-,.i- ix-fiel- ds ex-de- ad ... scll-,owi- ':(-r.- . s j j I ..-,- Hol-bro- - to , , 1 --- P'h-.cetoii- to-da- It acaiWintwrairnnr irmiT7,rai"7ir,H-Firai'j?.j.,,v.rnir- ri Tsar,tM.3frvLr, TWi r'W I t f section where the Rrowlnp; season Is output w&s produced from domestic Ioiik mny not necessarily ho at all materials. The total production of new platsuited to regions whero tho season HOTEL Is short. In hnyitiR seed corii,therc-iforo- , inum metals in 191 6 was about 11,- fiOO ounces of platinum, .lUfi ounces It Is of the utmost Importance Attorney Law to ascertain where tho corn was Iridium, 200 ounces irldosmlne, and t HAKTKOUD, ICY. 2,705 ounces palladium. from farm or orcliard. 10 nor cent, n grown, j Corn Mcnl 1" The Diet. i Will practice hJa profession la. Uifo The scrap platinum metals sold In n wnv to reiluco tho coRt of food used In tho manufacture of elder, 1 ' As t niny not nlwayn be possible on the farm for t0 ,,urc,ng pred corn from Just the the United States In 1910 amounted ; Is and adjolulng counties. Comtnnrcl) for the family, say the specialists of per cent consumedtho remalnhiB , f ay 0' irlriR,t gccton, t s hy far tho host to approximately- 49,400 ounces of of food purposes, and and Criminal Practice a 'Specialty. tho United States Department Is to use more corn meal per cent is wasted or eaten uy '" aRrlcultural practleo for tho farmer platinum, 9S0 trtinces Iridium, and Agriculture, to select his own. Moreover, It hap- - i',000 ounces palladium. MEL OFAMERICAN IDEAL where this Is low In price as compar-r- rt stock. m pens not Infrequently that conditions with other creals. Corn meal nt Capital Xecilfil. In a city where coed howls present prices, when bought at retail Milk Flow l)ecrvol by CIuuiro to are such In one year that they abound, Ike Powhatan heads the I It In well In nnnrttl n nnlfi nf warn- - ' fere seriously with the production of stores, costs about half as much per Int. as d The practical dairyman has learn- - good seed corn. For this reason it h lug that it Is not possible to start It is first la the hearts pound as wheat flour, Ky. countrymen. capital or wucu as rolled wheat, and about ed that any radical change in tho tho part of prudence for tho farmer poultry farming without Highway half as much as broken rice. That winter feed of his cows should bo to savo a supply of seed corn that experience and to make a living from Is, It costs much less per pound than made gradualy If the milk flow is will not only bo sufficient for his the start. In fact, a fair amount of Design. of the other popular cereal foods, not to suffer. Ho Is most likely to planting tho next spring, but will capital Is required to start poultry ' usual- overlook tho effects of turning his carry him through another year if farming and to work up to a point yet even the bolted corn meal of making a living In two years". It ly sold, from which the germ of the cows out to the fresh spring pastures. . tho need arises. in trito that many start In a small Experiments have shown that a grain has been removed to raako the way, sticking to their business or 1'roduro. Infertile Krk. keep longer, has a food value sudden change to pasture In the meal Tho farmers of tho United States employment while the stock is In- - i The Towtutaii is rc'n.il, which compares ' favorably with that spring Is likely to cause tho cow to ant rrMful. Il rscel-leof wheat Hour. It does not supply bo underfed for several days. There loso each year large sums because creasing, necessarily taking a much location on rerjwylvanu mat Iresb pastures aro succulent, their of improper methods of producing lunger time to arrive at tho point of Avenue. ISth anil II Mreete, quite so much protoln or mineral male it a desirable hcadquar-tci- f " ItKAVKIl DAM, KY. at making a living from tho venture. ' (cr bridal couplet, tourist tor for building tissues of tho body, water content is very high, and the and handling eggs. One-thir- d urtir, conventions, Schools and hand, It gives more cows are not accustomed to depend least of this loss is easily prevent- Somcof the most successful farms ' but. on the other iVicircs. f j Oflli'o Juntos Tiiylor'a lilvcrj Tltxro. fat and starch, pound for pound, on their own activity .for tho food able. It is,due to tho partial hatch- claim to have started in this way. It The 1'owtatn Attracts the should be understood, however, that rroilc nl culture and education. for the body is necessary for their milk. One of the ing of fertile eggs. and its value as fuel Its rruximity to biate. War and Tho eggs laid by a hen may be tho same profits are not possible- tin- - j results of this underfeeding, which Is fully as high. Naw Uciartincnt alto to man; joint" el htMnrical interest, unbolted corn particularly likely to occur with either fertile or infertile, depending der poultry farming conditions, as for The inaVts this Intel c'lvcially at: tractive to a tliiciimiuatmg pubmeal made from the whole grain, heavy or moderately heavy producers on whether or not tho male bird lias small numbers such as are usually !4 lU . vj U ?a &Zi lic. Poultry m JJIiys 1 ,..! KN KJ KifiirvS which can often bo obtained by the will bo a drop In the milk flow. It been allowed to run with the fcmalo. run for home requirements. The Powhatan cders reons with detached bath at 51. SO, farmer who will take his grain to is difficult to raise this flow after it A fertile egg is one in which the farming is a sound proposition as a JI 00 and up. liooms wit'i primill, and can often be purchased in has once dropped, especially if It I germ has been fertilized by the malo means of making 'a living, but the JK'-; irorortiT c,bllrj In vate bath. 11 SO. S3. CO ard I p. ule1-)!3,uriH tii iv bMftia PATENTS H Except for this process of fer- ncra.on who starts without capital or j shops and markets, contains more of has been some tlnio since the animals bird. Wine for I01AU1 wit'i nop. 9lTk4T PAV. M'ttrltiA tLin tlMirutu.Llr. ai mi B ''" Hei-n.experience would hnvo much tho g nii'lit i7uuiusuc, I tlllzatlon, tho male bird has no material and has havo freshened. tile CLirrORD It LZVttS. Sriiii-oll- . tJiolurr Uriel, for rn EC report ;i,r ,tr many consider even a better This underfeeding will also affect t'uence upon tho eggs which the anie problems ns would ho the case Bon tlntUlltr t rrV praellnv SUR- any other undertaking started PASSINO RirCF'CNCCa. Fur frc llukl. 1 hens lay. Egg production Is equally with flavor than the bolted meal and Is the composition of tho butter fat. Bo Hi.trrr.1ll.taft.-nltwrlll! ,UD Tl."J ' It Is important that all changes' of great in flocks from which roosters in the same way. -- Farm and Family much liked Tor making some forms pi - P1'r B03.50& -Onvnnth Strnot, m ..-.wariMtMnrnM. . ri r . H tM feed or. dairy cows, Including the aro excluded. of corn bread. family In town or country can change to fresh pasture, should be . A fertile egg does not keep as well Any an infertile ono, because the fer- & have the best of corn meal by grind- - mado gradually and good milk pro-'a- s ' MJNAc37 " 1 a TPil tfciira I SWm ij ine it at home in a hand gristmill., duclng animals should bo fed some tilized germ responds moro readily 1 S'jS Mmjii jk jLl1 11 fniiTrMTKf iTimssssssssB ' ,"e The city man can buy corn by the grain in addition to the pasture. JMs to high tempaturcs than tho He can will prevent the possibility of under- -' fertilised one. It Is imposslblo to a grain sfore. at grind it coarse or fine, fo suit tho feeding. Tho grain feeding should hatch an Infertile egg or to cause a Used Years l jrHUMc-taste of the family, and In quantities ' be continued at least until tho past-t- o Llood ring to form in ono. Such WILL 3 last a day or a week, or longer. ures become mature and the cows eggs aro. much moro likely to reach TAKE Most people .will agree that the meal become accustomed to graze for thelrJithc table In good condition and there Is much less spoilage in shipments containing thu germ Is very palatable food. co.uposed entirely of them than In and compares well In this respect with that ordinarily purchased ready Solid as tho turnip roots appear mixed shipments of fertile and in ! A Tnilnenl ks ground. I'rices of hand mills of sub- - they contaln on an average about S9 fUle eggs. -' -" BiLffaFvfiv for WEAK Btancial make run from $2.50 to So. pGr cpnt 0f water, or a trlflo more' After the hatching season, tberc-small mill can bo had for as little ,ilnn js f0Un(j jn whole milk. TheMore tno male birds should bo cook-$1.5LUNGS or though this probably would jjavor 0f tho turnip, llko that of its sold, or confinea. In approximatc-prov- e m CONSUMPTION' too tedious to use, except for relatives, the cabbage and the radish, ' ' 14 Ja's after tnls a'1 tne esgs laid The Woman's Tonic GUARANTEED SKUVICE small quantities is due principally to compounds of J the liens will be Infertile. These One hundred per cent Whether obtained at the retail suiphur which are so volatile that j ean marketed much more success- feelinr. A quick telle! for that lireJ, value Special work for W. Sold Everywhere store, brought from a mill, or ground when turnips are fed to cows these fully under the adverse conditions coughs, pains in clirst. nlrlil suesls. hrmor ' wcjlt luncs or consumption. II It dots-nO. V.. ihirfi, at homei corn meal can be used in compounds pass into the milk and that frequently prevail In tho hot kftp o It coals you notklaf. C W. F. STEVENS, summer months. " several ways to give inexpensive va- - Kive ,t an unmistakable flavor. Ky. CO, D. 7. Hartford, R. F. OHIO MEDICAL rlety to the diet. Heat is the great enemy of eggs, Representing Continental A dish of mush and milk has made Tea niado from sassafras root, both fertile and infertile. Farmers Marble & Granlto Co. the greater part of many a supper on ol)ce s0 commoU a beverage under are urged to follow these simple C4D 1 tho farm, and children thrive on it, the ,mrne of ..loop,- - lt stin used to rules, which cost nothing but time though they may rebel at cleaning fcomo extent , parts of the M and thought and will add dollars to I 5n the kettle and the "pudding spoon" StateSf both in the Iome and com. the poultry yard returns: and CURE LUWCS e afterwards, if tho 1. Keep the nests clean; provide methods mercially. Wjiii(h of cooking it aro followed. It is a ' one nest for every four hens. WITH eimpn1 u'a" to mane just ;;:,2 cups 2. Gather the eggs twice daily. Tet Veiur Seed Corn. II Flfty-flv- o typewriters. Lesof writer and a teaspoon of salt to 3. Keep the eggs In a" cool, dry The subjection of seed corn to cer- sons explained by Moving Pic.wry cup of meal. The water can bo luJnatIon testB ls a form 0f insurance room or cellar. ture machine. Seven big De4. Market the eggs at least twice I.ut in cold and the vessel heated wilich it Is mere reckless'ness to pmen partments Shorthand, BookA double poller is very Iuct say FflR ROUGHS so. .. i m SpecIailsts ln the UnUed a week. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, G. Sell, kill, or confin all male convenient Trial tattle frzt in cooking corn-meOLD 9 Dissolved In water for douches ttop of Agriculture, State3 Department AND ALL THROAT ANDlUNGTROUfUES Music, Primary Normal. Exmush, as well as all other cereals, Weak seed mako weak 8taIkg and birds as soon as the hatching season peine catarrh, ulceration and inflampert teachers. Modern equipmation. Recommended by LydU E. and is easier to clean. The great 'poor corn crops and t0 plant ,t ,3 t0 is over. GUARANTEED B ATISFACIOXU Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years. OH MONEY KEPUNPED. ment. Position assured. Keeret of good mush Is long slow cook throw away labor and ,and ,g the It A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, Write for catalogue. Tho Japanese produce a "vegetins the longer the better. A Are- -' oro throat and asore eyes. Economical. k sced rather than the dead seed His nttamSnar clraaiux r.d gtnn!dJd lwrr. less cooker, in which tho cooking thut causes ,0S3 Mo,t farmer3 able milk" from the soy bean. This Five. 30c all dnircuu, rtpJ 13;m lKt'Ihl Tf.MCcmraiJT.lk.loo. M.br . can go on all day or night, is very pIant a supcrabundanco of seed, and milk is used fresh, in a condensed Vg-JDaviess Co, Bus. College useful for this purpose. consequently their cornfields contain form, and as the basis for vegetable For "quick action" in getting ., bUpCrabundanco of plants which cheese. Incorporated toruafctabt In tho city Hat, tho corn ' re unproductive because bced was OWEN8UORO, KY. OVCR 65 YCAnS n meal and salt may be put in tho'weaj; flour can bo used sucEXPtr.lCUCE ' iriimirHiul'.l'reiiucrTJiitrfrr2'. double boiler, mixed with a little tu The proces ot obtalnitiB good seed cessfully In making mulllns, bread, In aJikv. i w, lo cUAla i.Uul, trkl airt evpTn.-i.la-. )N ALL cOUriTRICQ. rold water, and then hot water mnylCorlI reaiiy should begin ln the fall and biscuits much In tho same way as r,itrt lit it I v'tlk H'jikl'ftoH tattt tint. ' lm ml.tml nn In llif. Knni.I.ml uiuuuiifci in' iiuijvu ui iu itiu ii;iuiii;u n.nntint with tho selection of tho best cars corn meal is used. 8i'.jr.t and Infrlnrsment Pnttlct tclutlrtly. V4 If clean hot water Is to bo had from from tho field. If these are properly jiur rum tu ul it Mh SUMt, w Vel'4 tttUs raumt oas I NOTICK. tho spigot, a good corn-memush cared for through winter, tho farmer WAOtMNGTON. O. C. can bo had in of an should havo a satisfactory supply Wo again rail the attention of our ViraMBB hour. IJcrt corn meal can hardly be',,,,. j,ian,ing ,n the spring. Whether readeri to the fact that The Ilepub-lica- n I Anenne'in "lg n'Selr,i ll icrlitloninsT r i r cisrlictlirr au 'cooked properly in l;ss time. HU' i '.... li"fc .I.lei Ikiu fifimi ..... 1mtvrvni-- ! lyvi l . iUI ,.'.. liua ,,tj ..v... rlnno .. I itp. l'. i. I .. will publish no communications m- Coiii-inoinusii cult bo used 111 it will pay him to test his seed corn Ot c 1' v.iu VAZ- i .. i .1 n.iri i. by tho author. Few t"t tuile 1. sinned .1 I... !.!.. 11JIUI) MUlt'I ttUb UUblllL'M us, .; IIICUIV- - (,ar. n.Ui.iire I''t y Qar. fftx, pass that anonymous article fast or supper dish. Fried mush, A simple method of tostlng single week, ? with fruit, and mush with chcoso e.irs is to select two kernels from tho aro tint received and It Is nut our de- W are in tho list of recipes. Fish cakes opposite sides of the ear on tho top, !sire , ,10usy items into the FARM LANDS and City Residences with corn meal aro good, and corn'lwo fr0in tho middle, and two from ,, , II k TIls uoiiymotis tout. aro now selling at a low cost, meal and meat of different kindB may .1,,. n, mn in miniiinrtri ' tkhli. ! li ' bo cooked together, "scrapple" being E,,uare3 but don't expect It to be so alport,ona o( germinating ways. If you ever expect to own n ravorltc in some parts or 1110 coun- - ,)0Xt., or otlier testers. If the ker- - at tho head of the editorial column your farm or your home now is tr'nels aro kept moist in a room whero and must bo adhered to. tho time to buy. Corn bread and corn griddlo cakes tho tempaturo is not above 30 F. nor that names be omitted from print aro mado in many ways, all Kood. 1)uIow Co p., tho seeds should begin 10 complied uitli, hut the inauiiscilpt ln Tv'E HAVE several farms listed llrcad may bo mado ot wheat Hour to Mlroul nftt.r a lapso-o- f from six Ohio county and thoy can be Pud- - t seveil days. if any ef tho kernels must bear tho writers' hif,ii:ituic. and corn meal, had for reasonablo prices and dings and oven doughnuts and cakes fall t0 B,vu strong sprouts, tho ear TUP. KDITOIt. . liberal terms. If we do not tiro mado with corn meal as tho basis. Mloutd bc rcjected Tor planting. If havo tho particular farm you deIlecipes for Ublng corn meal In all llftor testing a largo number of typl- Two ovens of tho usual kind and a sire wo will mako efforts to get UcCALL PATTERNSperfect ft. principle theso ways and others may bo had cal ,,llra tho farmcr fiIKi8 that tho third on tho fircless-cooke- r Celebrated (or style, slmfllcltr an lt for you. reliability nearlr O bold In nearls from tho United States Department results of the tests show u germina-- J feature a now gas range. r every clt and town in)rs.United States an the of Agriculture upon request. Canada, or by malt direct. More sold Una tlon an high as 1)7 per cent of com- IF YOU want to move to Hartford r any other make. Send tor tree catalogue I'l.Uinum ln 1010. Iplete, ho may ho Justified In consld- . whero our children will have tho UcCALI.'S MAGAZINE any otliet faiMoa 300 ABTICLES-3- 00 ILLUSTRATIONS Preliminary estimates based on More subictibers tlian Studlcs on the digestibility of erini: that his reed sunnlv is satis- advantages ot a good high school tnagaslna million a month, Invaluiblr. J Tt'DiP Informed of tho World Proercw In Geological Survey, eomo animal fats conducted by tho1 factory and In omitting any further tun United States a l.nclnectinir. Mechanics find InvMitkin. lnr styles, patterns, (IrrssmaMntr, millinery, notify us. Wo havo houses and plain sewing, (aney needtetoilt,lulrdrefiln;, Father and &m nnd All lhi Knmtlv. Ir nnnili Oftlco of Homo Econqmlcos, United tests. Whero there Is any doubt, 'Department of tho Interior, hy etiquette, Rood stories, etc Only CO cents to nil clanes Old. and. Younj:-:M- en sale and bellevo you can nnel WomcnJ lots for vear (worth double), including a Irre pattern. Department of Agriculture, howovcr, about tho matter, It ls much mestic refiners of platinum Indicate unto raroruo tbftues throuabout aiauuiup iainounnior tbo wnitd. Our I orelrii select ono from our list to your huUcrlbo today, or send lor sample copy, ( oriKixmJenli aru run.Uullr i n tk Mitteh 4 Indicate that chicken fat. gooso fat. safer to tost each car tho kernels of that in 1010 approximately INDUCEMENTS "" Icr tnlna iioit und luturuiilnir and It la WONDKHFUL liking. I k ounces of domestic crudo platinum to Agents. Postal Dimes premium cauicgut fat, and which It is proposed to plant. brisket fat, cream, So wittonNo lusYou Can Understand It I ' snd new cash prize odeis. Address Vliop in ruae) acmulw fieh fat aro all well assimilated and f if, as a result of these tests, tho (about 74 per cent metal) wore re- - WE HAVE a comfortable home In BK McCAU CO. aatatliW.ITtliSU HEW Wl I'rwtlral lilnu fneDepartment and riwr warj lur tbe Hl.op Work mJUjail Id iin tlililL'a MnMiml ll.i. llnmu 172 ounces platinum that they aro batlfactory sources of farmer finds that tho corn hua fln.ed, producing Hartford, ruodorn improvements mUur Maclur.lca (17 i'sani for tko Va) onj v.iii.Hiioiii(o!a4tinini:ve!isi"ivinuiiiimii Hmm fat for tho dietary. Slnco butter fut, intended to plant Is unsatisfactory, 84 ounces of Iridium, and 113 ounces Tir'Xiirvi Aim htsmiti vrvrif and a good garden In cultivaIwa un.l TeloKiti.U lliittlln. Knaliaa, llouts egg- - ho should tako steps Immediately to 'of lrldosmlno, 'hum. Jcwi'lrjr. Kii-10,118 turnltiiru, it v. tVntulta la and that eaten In tho form of cream, and tion for salo or rent. Flaco UiuitloiH tor tho MLuulc,Cuuiir anilHiortnuau crudo St. BO PCR YEAR yolk fat aro very thoroughly digested provide- himself with u supply of jounces of South American SINOLC C0tllS. JBc "rents for $10 n month. vtnmr mm yr iiaMlr 4lm lrai Vl wUUbf &l copy will bo sent nml easily obtainable. and apparent- - good seed. This can bo obtained ln platinum, about SS per cent pure, roqueat. POPULAR MECHANICS MAQAZINE refined. ly contuln or carry wltlTthem access- - tho majority of cases from tho v nhmiimiin Mvanu. vhkabd ory food bubstances necessary In tho medlato neighborhood. It Is a great j Tho platinum metals produced by Call on or address dlot for growth and general well-bo- mlstuko for a farmer to obtain his refining crudo placer platinum, of in,;, n wide use of these two fats In seed from sumo section where con- -' both foreign and domestic origin, Succeed when evcrythhi,' else falls. OOOD In ncrvoui prostrailo't and femuls tho dietary la oupcclully doslrnhlo. Itlltlons may bo qulto different from amounted to S.943 ounces platinum, TIN8LEY & BARNETT ' ftinif HW tllV MHI'IVIIIW nin rirt iiiirfriA SlSiUiSllkat f tirontnorca grow lila 235 ounces Iridium, 109 ounces Iri- those under which ho must remedy, r.t thousands havo testified. Real Estate Agents, It U estimated, from a recent In- - crop. For example. 11 fainter In 'dosmlno, and 18 ounces palladium, Secured or Your Monov Back FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND goes! Refiners of copper matte and gold vcstlgatlon mado by tho Uureau of Minnesota or North Dakota who If yon tako tho Braunlinti Tntlulnif. tbo Kentucky. STOMACH TTROUBLE t.!?!. if,n.is 'l" ,"lal!'- -s ''" You Crop Ustlmatos, United Statu Do- - to Iowa for his seed corn runs n groat bullion report a production from tt is the Ucit tncdisino ever tola JJS'.rnS.'vl"01, '"' ",J"- - W'1" Republican Office. n and domestic material of 2,740 of Agriculturo, that nearly rhdc of having his crop fall to ruunicjMi iiibi.is tiatLUB over a drgGis"" counter. Doth-Pboul'aducab, Wy. Varieties which do well in 11 ouiicoh palladium. About half of this CO nor cunt of tho npple crop ls sold lur. Farm Department TOWMM I DaPiroiroslon,l Otto C. Martin" at s PSHMM 1 - , J lnter-Piuslur- o. 0.E.TAYL0R.C.L Beaver Dam, and Drainage one-thir- cf-i- ti ay ( DR. 0. E. HART rt VETERINARY SURGEON - , I "IaaMitaiiiHjaiAtiJBi TIIAOC-MAnKO r3VitJ tissue-buildin- at ' , I t ' ' cl B a ' iBiaawM5MKfiJ tii SS MFnsmsmm you r m I j I 4y I : ! A 0, eiAnnlll i I .M ar ri I d KBvrB rL ffiVl OUR n .1,r-- CftlBk. mm GERMINAL REMEDY ?Sv tzmmAm'.s i MHUHI ONE MONTH ot 1.S1 1',, old-tim- llflU unnrrvii nn rr KILLthe COU&&3 Every Woman t:e Or. King's New Disesver - y. J Soy-bea- al three-quarte- Real 1 -j ai , 1 Estate! I i ' ,,. j ! - '''' ,r -- fSBjEmjgjp s 11 f. 1 POPUyjOJECHANICS A1A.GAZINB I .at-es- t es egg-yol- - Im-'wc- ro Seetric tct!3MS iTT f I D OS1TION '"-"- W nt Hartford, ma-'ig- y rssakmfmmmmmmm Kh uzjfkmmmmmzmm0mmm9 'i ijisnn ro HUH Wagons! Wagoas! I J Waerons! Ueforo you buy you should examino our hand mndo larm wagona. Thoy run- lighter, are made of thu very uust maierial and last iar longor tlian any inachino nuido wagon you can buy no matter what prrco you pay. - i t i t :n X . tuning) uaMiw.tllllf tlw. Jllllll ml,j tlw. UlillUl rfJFVnl J VIIV Iinnl ljua VIIU .4, can't do I u tainw nil rvillMO ui 1 ltll.n.3111 1 1 11 1 Ng itllll r..11,.,7 1UUU1 HU" .T We also make a specialty of Hordoshoeing and 2 earnestly solicit your patronniiu in this lino. Respectfully yours, 1 I X X A. B. Row 6c Son Centertown, Ky. o - Thirty-liv- years experience in the hhop. o IIKIli: Louisville IK A GOOD I'l.ACi: TO HTOPTOH L1TTLC MO.VKY & Hotel, Uuisvilie, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th 7th 'Die Onl Hotel In I.ouImIIIu Operated on the Aincrluiii and Kitiopciui Plans. AMIIUICAN ' PLAN (With Meals) lluoms without ISalli but Mltli single, $2.00 76 Rooms ,rU lioonis single, 2.T.0 r.0 Front Ilooms. single, 3.00 with Prhntc Hutli: single, .1.00 GO Kooius HO Kooius single, 3.50 !(iii Hot and Cold Iluauing Water. per day; 2 people, $2.00 each per day; 2 people, 2.25 each per day; 2 people, 2.50 each per duy; per day; 2 2 people, people, 2.75 each 3.00 each HimOPKAX PLAN (Without Meals) Hoouih without Itatli but with single, J1.00 70 Uoom single, 1.25 CO Kooius 1.50 f,0 Front llooms. single, Itoonih with Prhate Hath: single, 1.60 E0 Uooras single, 2.00 CO Ilooms Hot anil Cold Humilng Water. per day; 2 peoplo, JO. 75 each per day; 2 people, 1.00 each per day; 2 people, 1.25 each per day; per day; 2 2 people. people. 1.25 each 1.50 each 1 &K--" THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. I aVK Kuropeun Plan Only. looms Without Itatli, 91.00 and up; Itooms Willi Private Bath, $1.30 and ii)i Itest KntlnK Place ill Town. The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located In the wholesale walk to tho retail district and theaters. district mid only n l.OCIKVILLK HOTKIj AXI OLD IXX COMPANV, Prop. IHI m Vanderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sons into tho bent typo of citizens anil Uhristimi gentlemen. Itspationago is widely scattered and comes from the best homes in tile South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write M ryiTrTi-iir-.iviffIVIiHk 8 j a M m For catalocuo IICICI and W -- C CV Uinformation. Box A. L n7T"r-rc- ia fl m tgj flSIlinOESSHHffleiSlSSiliaBailllllRKSiDSS fT.l iga.y-.- . f -- Ifo Combirafltlon tof Reading like It and $to" jr All For nv 110r 9A 11 ft I jr Issues of HTllEWUTIfS miii ID """ IieYoisili'sCoijipanion S2 ISSUES Thp favorite familr vrpt Ids' of Amrrlcn. or vjiuup ill 1917, and U Ii-a- t oca Hi t Stor t c thousand Articicb and SuKRCtxii. n thousrnj I'linuy. isma. Spevial t'.iC3 for aU aiis. COMPANION .pieBestTwol S."L C csk e!feiSv, m 1 fWrV:5 V'K- -ziiyvnnvitzcm " iimm .u.Cti.m M& -3 Issues of T ISJ J.- ., Mi3V 12 ISSUES AliD A DRE3S VAITEaS '19 vKsaL Xm--,Zn-Xsi S,rra u ' U s 1 U u vWfihxm WWPh VriH l n ir-isa- ' mmm i twni . fl gTy ,, -T- FOttt-r oi'cwai vh) s. the U --HJWhltr Uio. ot VcCxl'S. oi line in.. tut ,teS:9C CrffS3 tv..Tre-. Tfx?es?-J- cvviy OUII(C vsffcsm xmzJiZr iF virrj6 TOG YOUTH'S RA ?T. l UI. SrSifE! uj Pit -- r.gaaw'iu,.:.. v jMivmmmwKti&a tisA U.J9 i"rMU c( tin Uu ruNlaHc-- t . ,. (ateM Pattern f'f... (W I $9.10 fat mm i. w h KiUii. !S3$ t. v. I) ttcetr rtf tP" un ml I CttjlOiicrUiuK,ie,outi,HUnn)janlonulwiU,r!oiuy) o.w yijr. a"iwi. vi am ..w... 2McCAU.'S M.VGAZ'.Nl 'very in 'n ! THE YOimi'S COMIWaoN.it. Paul ft. UOSTOfV.M SSAaiUSCTT3 n "lf "TUTTlllTnt t MHaamaMBriaWM11,nrUiT'-"'T,-lJ",fii- fl COMPANION for V wb l w i.t iwiae Laiemur. lr ' accept tho Kaiser's peace on th Kaiser's terms. The belief was general that the allies were completely COUNTRY TO LIVE IN defeated and were only holding on becnuso they wero too stupid to understand what had happened to them, Thoro Is nn old saying that whatSylvaiHa Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In M3 I'AMMKS IIAVK TO HAVK POLITIever goes up must come down, and wrHin of her experience with Cardui, the woman's CAL "PULL" TO OKT KOGS AND tho hopes of the German people, havlumw. one says iimner: HUOAH, HOWKVKR. ueiore i began to use ing been maintained far higher than Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able events have Justified, are certain to to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles Homo, April 23. Aftrr two years begin to sink some time, and when of Cardtii, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon they begin to sink tho decline may be of war, Italy continues tlio cheapest gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, country in which to live of all those fast. Now we learn that four out of as well as run a big water mill. five letters to tho organ of German rngagcrt In tho present strugglo. I wish every suffering woman would give In tho larger cities the housckcep- - militarism "breathe deep discouragemonu has becomo limited by gov- - ment," and, as yet, not a half of tho cr's ermontal decree, forbidding tho Bnlc 8loni facts of t,lc B,tun,,on aro know" KvculngJ of meats and pastries on certain days ' '" Germany. Louisville I of tho week, but otherwise the cost of Post. food Iisib hardly doubled. In the country towns and on the farms little or no attention Is paid to such restricFOR FLETCHER'S tions and thero food Is scarcely dear n trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a Utile bad. er than buforo the war except for ! and it always does me good." sugar and coffee. While only j meat, Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, Watching the (iVrnwins. ' brown bread may be sold, Its price Is tired,, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., arc sure signs of womanWashington, April 21. Approxia pound, the Government mately ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's J fivo cents 3,000 German residents of the shouldering the increased cost oT ('lilted tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui States are under close surfor your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing wheat. veillance, Department of Justice women for more than fifty years. Governmental regulations forbidannounced yesterday, because ding tho sale of meat on Thursdays of their activities ill behalf of the and Fridays, and of cakes, pastry, German government before America's honey and chocolate on Saturdays, entry Into the war, or because of Sundays mid Mondays have not limsympathies. their but encouraged ited 'consumption, Tho department's field force of speculation In all foods. When sugar SaSSS23Zr&2i!sa now grown to formidable was raised It beramc difficult to buy, agsretgiwBy.,eafgraym proportion, Is keeping so close a and now can only lie had in flve-ccwatch upon the small army of susa purchaso of coffee. packages or on pects that it would bo possible, it I When meat sales wrro restricted eggs authoritatively stated, to arrest vir bold at five to six cents each or were tually every man under suspicion were stored for a rise until hugo within twenty-fou- r hours. The sus were confiscated by the quantities pects are located in every State of Government. tho Union. The ditllcultles of housekeeping, have- become such 1" 'be large cities .MASTKIt COMMISSIONKIt'K KAI.K. that sugar, eggs and other articles cannot bo obtained by family cooks Ohio Circuit Court. unless somo member of tho servant's W. I). Newton, Plaintlll, full of life and action, filled with the family has political Influence. For vs. Notice of Sale fire of fine inspiration and followed this reason It Is not unusual to sec1 If. F. Hobbs, Defendant. by 250 short stories of adventure, diplomats, Ambassadors, Ministers, win ma&e liy virtue of a judgment and order i Consuls and other foreign officials go- of Mile of the Ohio Circuit Court ing to market and carrying home entered at Its November term, lb 16 their own packages, since the store- in tho above styled action, for the keepers dare not refuse them the ar- purpose of paying a judgment debt ticles refused the servants. t. in favor of W. D. Newton against Ambassador Thomas Nelson Pago II. F. Hobbs and the cost of this I g Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, has been one of thu persons In Home sale, I will offer for sale at public I Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton offun," Articles of to try to solve the flour, ham and I outcry at the court hall In Fordsvillc, 5 Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best t nil tto . nrnMnm Kw mt p I n er nn ! , n....u -i-- nMt ,Ky H.uu.tu. on Saturday ApriI 1st, 1917, 4 minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone tation from tho United States. Atl at about the hour of one o clock p. in the home. There is nn noi 'i present his is the only family of the ni., upon a. credt of :: and t months, limit to enthusiasm for The American colony lu Italy which has tho following Three Current Issues Free described personal Youth's Companion. as much as a barrel of sugar on property, If you Io not know THE COMPANION : lt i let lu lund you Thrc Cuircnt liuiet hand. j One bay mare mule 14 hands FREE. lncioc thU Coupon with your 52 Times a Year , Some American families gave up high, request. about 17 years old, named Heck not 12. housekeeping and went to live lu Ttiosa ivho fcubicribc now, sending $2 ono gray mure mule, about 14 for the 52 iuun of THE COMPANION hotels, but thero, since tho food reMore good readine than you will Ifands high, about 15 years old, namfor 1915. will receive The Companion get in any of the monthly strictions, they aro unable to get butHome Calendar FREE. Kit. magazines. ter with their bread nt breakfast, ed Tho purchaser will be required to and In many cases have to substitute SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE good and sjRi- honey for sugar In their coffee, n ieecuto bond with THK HAKTFOUD KEPUJIMCAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH tient security, Immediately after s.i'e, QXE YEAH KOK ONIjY $2.75. " food substitute not unlike thu mofor the purchase price thereof. lasses sweeting prevalent during the OTTO C. MARTIN. Civil War In the United States. '4013 Master Commissioner. THE M. L. Heavrin, Attorney. THE LADIES' HOME JOUUNAL, SEWING THE SATURDAY EVENING POST MACKtNC MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN i OF wish to securt the spare time of a QUALITY. JaUHVI II Kl Ohio Circuit Court. o m;ui or woman to act as local II. Ulack. ct al.. Plaintlils, In Hartford and vicinity, vh. Notice of. Sale. looking after tho renewals of their; NOT Wesley Mauzy, ct al.. Defendants. nmnv sulwrrtntirina In tlifa c.inlfnn SOLO Uy virtue of a Judnmi-n- t mid ordpr ; t!it.-!- ! UNDER nnriiiir:itlirif mill of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court renANY to new readers. Payment will hoi dered at Its March term, 1917, in the OTHER mnde lu salary and commSiilon. PreNAM. abovu styled action, for the purpose vious experience is desirable but not of paying tho Judgment debt of T. Kor details address, with essential. ""fcif yon to tfirceed H. Black and E. E. liirlslicad, in tho WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. IFin lifewant must kntnv ou references. Uox C5, THE CURTIS sum of ?R5.00, and tho judgment nhat is Dew in I ueIucsj aoit Indtiav If you piirchiwu tlio NI'.W HOMK you will Invonli.-MPUBLISHING COMPANY, ludependii,i,l 'iniv tr' In hnvo a. ltfo asset at tl 10 price yon pay, uutl will debt of H. T. Crowder of $G.G0, and Oct out eflh; rut; r--t o.i t lie arise Itat. RiJ enco Suunre, Philadelphia. 17t2 nothavoaneadlcMchaluofr;pjl. cost for tho purposn of paying tho of tho above styled action ami the "lllllllH ItllJH CiltN" Quality Wo worked one btulo idea with cost of tilts sale, I will offer for salo Considered at public auction, to the highest and i fair success on a homo mcrrlinnt. JJL tioxi-jX-i aad whom wo may as well call Hums. ,,ost "Ilor at the court hou'jo door tnamiwt lntfrrlliijnil useful zaicttnt. money' worth. Kcry tuoutu it b Ilia Litiritt Ho had promised to advertise If we "l ""rtford, Kentucky, on Monday, 300 Article 300 Pictura 7 117. t out tho hour of all for onlylJcrntJ. All U.o nc-- lil'M nd ieould convluco him that nconlo read Ma' liirri.tloiia ami wlrelcu. In in tlio end anything In the paper besides the lo- one o'clock p. in. on a credit of six automobiles hi eliictrtcltj" in ihopworlc auj anil neron'iiiei, t prop. in faruui;, aud la m icuUicry. cal news. Tltreo syllables did tho months, the following described In I low to make thinu al home. W narf aeTery M 9 work: In our smallest type, the last tr.v- - t: month, liuluJuij rolilferalors, fwillrir house. I etc. nimllure, aiucuiouic t:iori If you w nit swing lunclitne, write for) linn of tho last column on thu last, Certain lots in Sowders addition Meifi It It full of mnnv intlvtn?. ourlutedtcatuloKUobcfuio you purvhjso. Reaver Dam, Ky In plain UngUiS for men a.i j hji. liuvs!10 tho tow" ll ia written Paso that week read: "Hums 'The New Homa Sewlnz MachlnaJCo.. Orange, Jtesi IS Centi a Copy $1.50 a Year He had reason to bo con-- i aml described us follows: Madison , cats." Get It from a iirwitlraler or write direct to - j Elreet and beI"B lots Nos- - one two vlnced thai nds are read! Earllng t'opular Science Moatlil)', J9 rourm Are., j three, four, Ave, six and seven In ton lleo fjf t P V Y ll a CP7 fre II r MJ 2e.lUai a iLi4 l,i iili jlllock'D, ou said street, said lots he- j- -t lJ neUia uii fttt. g jniK nrty feet front each and UY-VEtUAback to an alley about 100 to X 170 feet dcop, n plat of said lots is on Hie In the county clerk's olllea of For Infants and Children Petro Menta Relives Piles Ohio county, and heliiK part of tho No matter how stubborn tho In Use For Over Years land convoyed to Samuel Sowders by case may bo Tetro-Ment- a will Always bears the Master Commissioner of Ohio bring relief. A trial will convince the Signature of &'X county, Kentucky, and recorded lu you, Eor salo by Ohio County -She Commissioner's deed book C, page Drug Co. I'rlco 2Cc. 11 a, in tho county clerk's oillco of llnpo Sinking in Ocrnmiiy. Ohio county, Kentucky, date Novom- Tho military critic of tho Derlln (her atl. 1877. We Knock the Spots Out of Things SColtuiiK announces that letters from ( Tll0 ,)llrchaser Wlll bo required to Feci right all tho time. Don't lay oft many of his correspondents "show L.NCCUt0 bolld immeuatoiy after salo from work fcr days by taking calomel keeps yof that their nerves aro beginning totulll (l lUm w ,,0 retahica U3 uartl. when pleasant L!c- - Vcr-Lc- x on your feet, whilorcliovingryc-urtroub-. glu way," and, proceeding from nonal security. le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't this point, ho proceeds to scold thui olvtm under 'my hund this 10th day tako anything cUe. You can't ahoid Uerlln population very severely for(0('prji 1917, sysit Eliminates pouons, cleansejiA nat' French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In permitting themselves to get dlseour-- J tem arxl rcliuvcj constipttion. OTTO C. MAIITIN, Superior Manner. ural remedy, ratural in its actions, surj aged by "Isolated ovents" in France. 4 U; Master CommliBlouVr. in Ha effect and certtiinin rojsulLi. It 'ine ruct timt niscourngumcut la Send us your Garments and Have won't bo lung beforo Uv- - Ytr-La- x llarnop & Smith, Attorneys!" wiJ roully beKluntnst to sprond in Tlerlin completely displaco calomel m evcrj Them homo. Children can tako it freely anl is of much moro Importance than Insomnia. m! th perfect safety. Every bottle " nnytliluK tiUo U10 eltuug critic lias j Indinestlon nearly always dUturlii CLEANED CLEAN 'oni 5Jcnnd ?1 in bottle-- . to suy. Until. vcny recntly a largo tho sleep moro or loss, ami Is oftc'n fronuino vithout tho llkeneso and j iu Packages called for aud delivered. majority of the German people have j tho causu of lusomnU. Eat a light tare of L. 1L Cri.suby. IVr sab cherished tho strangest delusions In upper with little It any meat, and . Ky. I, II. regard to the progress of tho war As no milk; also tuko one of Chamber-recentl- y TOE ELITE PRESSING CLUB y .13 last December all of Or-- ' i.iUi's Tablota ItiiuiedlntLly utter A. Iva Nail, I'rop. was btupefiM by tho tuct that r and bee if you do not rest much r rafuaatj (hii In trt eV a the allies did not Jump at a chance to better. Obtainable everywhere. in JIA1UTOHD, KENTUCKY, U Or. MalM' aV&li X'aUtt lTHaV ITALY THE CHEAPEST Always Helps Children Cry CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Get a Bottle Today! OASTO RIA 1 ! olli-cla- ls ps n J TReYOlfflfS COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 to-w- 1 ' , I Get on the Firing Line NEW lepre-sentntlr- i .',.,, I HOME vw VZt i roprikrScience xoniniy v Si to-wl- ... rttn-iniii- A 30 For Lazy Liver and Troubles oi Constipation. Ladies' and Men's Garments lj -- WtM-I.ViS- HUr-rV- sup-nun- r-'- c4 r bi 'entertained H'f.i'3k 2Sb r. ij7i3$hfM. N 1 sIStftCttSiaaSSSS dust pun, both of which aro kept tho Hohllcr hoH with TITV'Q I flAPPR Hwccp- for this purpone. .,! fnr Ihnlr Sunday (llllticr. TllOC . Ul I 1 U B.1I1I Billl LOYALTY FfcEDGtB ll,R "" of fo"' rrm" IM0 wore Misses Murnln donating c.ikoa FflRr.Fn Tfl WIIHKi'"' i' s morp ,fc,"ni t,inn ufl,nB, Katie Hazel Kvorley, THECATHOUU CHURCH Landruin, frenuent washing Morgana I Mwdumcs, Wnkelnnd, will keep pan and bench Hwcet and Williams, Lcnnlo Ucld, Ktlznboth Dunn, Delia Robertson and Kramn J.KTTKB is Ai)intr.hSKn TO this Hodges. I1" "" ,,l,i,S,,,B- - " r,:",0VH ,hCm WlEfllDRNT IIV C1RWKALS IMP Mlsa Ona Lee Urown of Center-tow- n X jnioro quickly and thoroughly than AND ARCIIWHHOrH. Mrs, Elizavisited her cousin limy other method. Form and Kam- beth Dunn last week. 1 ' All loafers in Owensboro must rfn I KffRs For HntehliiR. A lottcr ai to work, or they will bo given wont NOTM'i:. Hulllmorc, Af.rii 20 Northrop S. C. .,..-.. thn possibly will not meet with tneir Two Slalllons, two .lacks four urcyHuu i - l).Mnnl Wllnnfl. nlcdchj'u. aer-ic- e ., of the strain-t- he Ulack Minorcns, Kind, unite bis approvnl," said Chief Bell this morn- good ones. ir.g the loyalty and stay vvhlto ing wan Jdottcs, Huston Btrain-- tho Is n call for men all over Stallion, Church In Africa, LKO IIKAl'T.... ycstcrOBV v.. .uue,. Limi. Kcna irom cimcr or uum Hie "There said the chief, "and Illack I'ereheron, Y- Draft weight, r.i iini rnimtrv." 16 hands, made pUOMC quick sale $1.00 per J a ,i,rre Is no t?xcus for any (llhbons, as chairman of tho uiectliu;, breeds for i.r.r.o. , wed-$3.00 per 50. 25 per cent off nftiTIlwll ,u)t belnK ut wr(." General I'tlllty Stall-IoALIIX 11 of the Catholic Hierarchy Ucld matlngs cocks. iMav 10th. Tho best "Tho bunch of negroiN and whlir r.isdoy at Washington It!' i hands, weight, 1,250. land incus not related. Good weigh- urn who sit all day long on the The lottcr follows: CHICAGO I'ltlDE, known as the v ers and wlnterlaycrs. curbing around Hie courthouse block Maker .tuck and SPANISH KING, "Mr. President: 1. T. RARNAKU, upon our ,r!m must cot busy, stated Chief Hell "Standing firmly Iloth Jack Hartford, Ky., it. 4. ("Those who want work cm llnd pleu- - known ns the Hamilton I r. u hands tradition and history from 42t6 Catholic ate black, white points. Itv of it to do. and those who refuse All of the above named Mock are the very foundation of thla nation, COl'KT IIOCUKT to work will be arrested for loafing " sure and in short are secoml to none, wo reaffirm In this hour of stress and OHIO CIIHTIT may ti:km, mi: and sincere Last Friday, a contractor who Is trial our most snered Stallions JUt Jacks S.(in. building roads in Indiana came to loyalty and patriotism tovaid our CHAS. I'. MIM.CIl. 7. 1st Day Mfi mil our Owensboro In search of men, either country, our government FonUMIIc. Ky. j I52CG, Com'th, vs. George Jewell. white or colored, offering $2 per d.iv. Mag. rail, Com'th.vVH Hardin Tanner. mi a basis of eight hours. Ho saw t "Moved to tho doptln of our ii number of white men, but many of hearts by the stirring appeal of the !ctc. iik m.kki:t France, etc. them refused to go, giving various fiSSfi, Cnm'th, vs. Ike J 'resident of tho United Slates and , 7GC9. Alfonzo Embry, et ul vs. 1'. L. oxrues for staving at home. At the Uv the action of our national Cong-n'ss. wc accept wholcheartodly nnd Alfoul, et ul same time they were loafing" on th Hugh ruled steady with the lop 2nd Day. to tmrehervedly the decree of that legstreets "waiting tor something nrlre.it $!.,. 45 III moll t the dav at vs. Tho Fox 7C14, O. T. O'llannon, rtum up." The warm weather li.is the Hourbon Stock Yards vesteulay islative authority proclaiming this i:ros., Co. 'hrought out a big bunch of negro . country to bo in a state of war. day's run was verv om;ill. lot.il 7053, Clarence Arnold, vs Harvey who generally spend all bUiumei in Tlte "We have prayed that we might 1,201 bend .mil the supply the courthouse ard reftihlng to wmli war. eliured of the pens enrl be spared the dlro necessity of en- Allen. The nl Dy. The fndlana contractor reporieil nuisli vv.is on a stcidv basis with tering tho conflict. Hut now that "544, lima Lee Turner, vs. M. I.. tho couditioiib ho found in Owiislioro war has heen declared we how In prospieis fur mi active Inule to day obedlpticn to the summons to bear llcavrln, etc. and asked Chief Hell for assistance I'hicaun bus 27.000 head scheduled H. Maddox, vs. C. H. Tho result ws that member of the 7554, our nart in it. with fidelity, v.lth iiml about 2.f00 are e. lor polire force rounded up 22 ncgrues peeled In heie. courage and with tho spirit of sac- - Crown. "H l'y. and told them to report at the wh.irt-burilice. which ns loyal citizens v.c are Market: Choice. I U. pounds and vs. this morning, up. 115.45; 10 to ll'.l'. poumls JH ul 10 o'clock hmind to manifest for the defense oft 753?, Board Drainage Comrs.. ui ifinr.t rttflits nnd the wcl- - Taylor Coal co. ti. where tickets would he in watunw 20; pigs $io IltcJi SI I .5, roughs 7635, J V. Stimpson, etc.. vs. l.es- - tor them to leave lur Vlntennes to fare of the wholo nation. M 1.2." down. go to work Thev vvere Informed "Acknowledging gladly tho grati- Ho Taylor. Callle Marln-- l Sleiv. 7662, Leslie Taylor, vs. n. c. that otherwise they would he given tude we have always felt for the The rales were nlow .it the cattle work under Workhouse Keeper Mil .leilH. protection or our splrtual liberty Stimson, etc. ...i... Iu till IIIe ,,.. 1......I .... I III rtn IM'iMI !. Ox- -, 7676. L J. Tlckerlll. vs. Gilbci t an. The e,xact number icported iiml tho freedom of our Catholic in ,. ,,.,, d , ,,,. tt)(. , Ktl(Iv were given passage. stitutions under the nag, wo pledge, Tatum. v The ,.,.....,. . and eultii ilenniiiil is Sth Day. Chief Hell stated that be vtoold good. our devotion and our strength In the' s. Ch.irles give hi to 7GG0, name nine. instructions to urns- nialntenance of our country's glor-- ; Merrs Ouolnlloiis Prime hiavv in those possessions Thompson, showed no disposiimn all men loti leoiloi-shihigh ll.7rif 1 l.So; he.ivr vhipplnr $'i " 1003, V. S. ft. L. Obencuain. vs. have been to go to work. Farmers are hunting . r.C 10 7r: light $.s 7..Ji!t 75 beif- and principles in a Moxloy labor dallj ; road contractors In h,v. America's proudest boast. Oil $T.it(l W 10.50; cow- S 7704 W M. Hetlln. etc.. vs. Jeff iess roiint are complaining of the ei.s iMdloilsm. i i:.:.l .'.00 fa S 00. cutters mediums ., ....... Hudson .bhortage ot labor: itionutaOuriiif. u l nan "VI r.... UlspnCU IJI'IUII'I i.. i. vs. Geo. b. ,.. rt. ,70,. 11. J. Taylor, labor; In, 1 hl,UM,, 0,n ,, .ft ,,ir,(C4, ,.ws but by the holy sentiments ul truest jSam is needing labor, and II will ml3'M.:i),fK.or,0(l. II1(,Iuni, putiioti: fervor and zeal, we stand Smith, etc. $0 ,,,UH"horl time h..lor- City Engineer ready, we and all the flock commit,inm 4(.amon ?.!5 Oo--- n, vs itr.,,,1 in ted to our keeping, to ( oal Mining Co. vva mvn t uorl; ,m se,v,.rs nnd btre-t- s every way possible vvlth our Presitwo thus this week. 270 Tin mark 5206. J. C. Durall, vu. Same - Owensboro Inquirer. dent and our milional government, ri me, ei ruled steady; best vtalv ' Mosley, vs. Same. r.20S. E. P. i to the eud that the pTeal and holy otbtr kinds dull. POOLKlls- XUTICI 5310, A. P. Hamuions. v. Will- cau-- e of llbertv ii'uy triumph, and Sheep and l.ambs Iteceips light; Co. d cnuillry may iiiiorge lams Coal that our IhsIuw for the two dnvs thib wie'. l.tii The 7711, J. T. Ylnaon & Son. vs. Mc- The Ohio count poultrv is tutu- which welfthcd r.4". Altllouuh he waa fiotn this hour of test Wronger and inurkjl ciiuiinues sti.-nlllesl ' inl APPELLATE JUDGES Henry Coal Co. hack on the eouun pmilir loui- duelled X0 pounda on account of lt ever. nobler Hun .'i (to bucks sheep lfl.50 '( 10.50; llttli I My. mittee to sell and eoiupletelv con- belus a ' hi ik be received $131.81 "Out people now. a ever, will rise 15 UU, vs. J. I), trol as it was handled tu the hegin- - down; elnucti lambs $14 7501, W D Hocker. INDORSE S. S. DAY for it, which li really tho value of a n rnif ninn in Mrve tho nation. Our 312.00 down xl.imlted deniug, so all those who wish m, pool Kood Jeriry cow Mr Watbon also pricAti- - ai.- -' coiisencuted women will j Wednes- mand Clinton S Howe, vs. Pho-t- ami suii their pouitiy colh ctively .1..... lor spring lamba 7C!1' informs us that ho I now feedinr. :v ........111,. IT..nl.l once ngulii as in every former trial 1.1'lllSV II1U llVltllll. ,. ..... .....,, .... ...... i.v iiw.tr t.pnv..MiI. Insuranco co will please report the amount tfl llO beam" ut SOU ti llllt l.llllli; .fm..v tj kv. t'oriir oi'' xri'KAi.t mi:.m- - bos tint will "tip the niizabethtowu. sold at onco, so we may have a com- pound. The Mirror, ry, their heiolsnu and their service, u l'i. Slum m:its ro.orijKXTi: in s. s. ' plcte report h) May the 15 h, as this! CKNTKUTOIVN JF.Wh. . new adiiilnttlou and approval. llnuiy I'oul s.;hl at u poace pro CAMTAIUN. K.iught Is nl homo with sale will.be made for delivirj lie-- 1 Attrke i I'm 111 For Stile or Kent. "We .He all true Americans, rvuly imiMiid.i diniibr In Oearlmrii: along, ulccly. iwoeu the I5tli nnd the last ,. May. -Two room hoiihe with hall, barn, as our ago, our ability ami our con- measles and is gutUtiK "The warriiiK nations are ajl nioni C. I.. Heneer of Kelson waa In town l;nirhfall t o rep"ort aa tlie unnmit-- ' tuhout sixty irult tros, situated b- dition pen.ilt. to do whatever Is in or los.s In the vvrnf! ArciifiiiK'nne letter has niakii an iiiteilm ut salo tw as to do for the preservation, the .Monday and Tuesday. ninothcr, they 41111?. up themselves. ' Tho f.dliiwlns Keneral by mem-- 1 Uvll s,ui!l nmI Cromwell on pule .Mr. and Mrs. C. T. S. Overton and vitho:it this report. 1(c roiul been written and sent out lit,., .. .... .7 k,,,,.,, ,.s .1.., Tom llur- .IV, ...- - til,. I'.nlkl ,.l.. . progress ajid the triumph of our be. , MIm! Ktt.i Ueatty spent Sunday with H. L TAVI.Dlt ot Kentucky a jhkiicm i.un ! toii fariu-0- u acre, price J37.r 00. loved eoimlry. A l!rltiU , tn tny employ said one ICR.VUV Til. IMUTLK, rra'.Kfori; Ky.. April 10, l&l,. j K. W. JACKSON'. ".May God direct 'ind icuido our, Mr. and Mrs. David Oldhasi, Jr. , fo.Hs.ai,: .M7 V " u, Committui;. -Mr. and Mm. Alico Ilvcily viailed J'rcslduiji and our grvrnuiuut. that Ilc.ver D.itu, Ky. Yon Vatihcm. I notice. siy To the I'eople of Kentucky: ,,tH,l ot :oa ' at the Point Saturday-anuilatlves W '"'''v V" "' Whs-- o Now, a Ilrliioliu-- ' am I out of this lr)iug crista In our Wlikls I:mHiii Help. o .lvelep sr..-,- f lli'e, pwy .'.t I nttv conn: .i Sunday .v.. .... 1 ..-- .. "When 1, tnv ,'wnl Is lANADA'n V, II HAT hUiMM.V should livery hilchen eUipiu n Carl Asliby wa3 ublo to he a town tnat tiviwy per- ChrUtlatiiiihur.iclur. ; all tho cltheus clorer IS lt:il,00(),()(IO IllSlleTf 10 cent wiling iirooui'i. itr.slnrleBPVcr.il 'miu ou'sht to huvo tho blrtnuiKi thit , -qf America, and th.tt uu enduriiiK Saturday and Sunday. .... . . . i. iirustung corurri, sticn a uoiii-irW. II. !.al:n liil a fiorara cane of ; iavv can toy iar npou nsauu irum buck niuiiy. huh in. m ! peaco nw crovvu the anil . Ontario, M.ril i 2 -- J h Mttiiwu u7alliable, for HprlnhlliiK clotbea ihmut .onttctly th- n'aitiu color kcIiooI )b an elUclont rnwncy wheat I'iithiBic labt ivuolc. v wlilch wjr Inevltubly facrlfjcwi ' .mil wlUMit Hour nuppl in n- nieu nothiiK i hroniu lior ' Miss Ida Mutthovvs visitorf Hmak ihu UitrHtcf ul ovltleii for the tiromotlou of HyBteliUtiQ lllblo ;w"i . erh :il, whs Uii.OO l ) 117. ' i tills kip", dipiK'rt ll! a pill Ol unpin. Tf. C. Like, laat VeelC 'lit .r peccpUMd t.i a. mail or il ir. A Htudy. ' I uvinlts, T "jIAiUEf! CARDINAL OIBIiONS. j uti cirtiiuBrdil with UI7.00') .J'. . nn imuiw mu . the KarinnU III Pt9 ioarmK out u .. Human mgii'. c,i mil hahi u ov.-jj c vvu inn? .11.1. .,..A..1... fMltl.t, "Archbirltop of UaltlBioro, Cltulr- I, 000 uuBtoelB iMt ytvir nnd 70,000 000 ?.bo mouiuneu it (iwmuuum tno wuor i lill .4UUngu-S0U001 stnii.san. and pounco upon 11?. iho Keniucky Sunday S, 1'J15. sccorilliiK t ';ov num. ' eu,,rr than Sanrtuv. Ho lAUtan. hov would you HUe uiore ovanly mid vIth less ud field ralco on tho ground Boclotion Inn ; ileBlfiiMleil "WILLIAM CARDINAL O'CON or;iiwt nsport.i IbbuciI heie Thurst!u ""'" Jwt Kin) the distance from vulUiren M y !. ,i"the fourth 'to Unvo a pot moaliiy? day. Tht SvtiroB for thU NGLI ir In Titer i uothluK lindn r ,.. ctMU nnd kA, -i can ry their prey U u- - School Dy",-Whe- ii ll U exiwtwl that cliHl.' t.8tt.000 himhehi Vi cleva S&e OU. Chortle, thto U oj aud- . "Aiclibialiop of Qostun. ' the sink than this broooi 4.1 ! 1 ssial! r.i;.! 11. ltd .We. Hiii one million ,jHopIo wjll Httwl j00 Recent iIIboov ftwr m,u uu( wlMr tjru;n "JOHN lUBLANlV. to tho tho Sunday cIiool. of tho tito:Wo jM rmtllt U, i.iclinod natutllBU "Archhisiiop of St. I'anl. 45,a,ouo r .nhera' hutl'.f tlut fcird" o." pr-- havo not th8,eiitt!ruuliite mm intMrniAiion nion hand and l.SBl'.eOO In trau.at by "JOHN JGLENNON. BefTGR GET A RCftL ONE UNCLE SAM. work it hn dona lw uiak-wor- o of Bi.cii with which they Hit Jsr-'- nt ueui'j . "ArcUb.tiiiop 'iir at Lnuj. th.ur MkiilhiWut.iiil greater ajul hotlr Sunday sch- HI 6 aiSSEIER. IBi MMII'll"" II ii Mil Tbla your, for th first time, Iho llll'I'MH "SBBA3T1AN jopla-tn- r a greater and bettor Ken- iecjulry wan okumiiied to o.its, lurid account for Uifiir actious. oet'u "ArchhlHui of Mllvfauke. tuaky. - -- "HliNllV MOBLLKR. and Has. Of t,jln iOd oat- l.rnducta ri:.vfp:u KvrYlWuslltil. your vVU. Helluvluit Iniptletty In the rut ih.'rn wero tu H IXiiuluiou '1 ircli "ArobNsImp of Cluciunatl. l'l.iw points fsrouod on hort no- -' thalji hiitiH dono in our :1. 1&17, a totHl of IS4,00,000 'ISriWAHIi j HANNA. tv i.iwer driven tonU. All hinds Tdiiy scUooIm. nml dwiiroui of eiicour- - liiiotioW. nhb:iiii" ot' Ajktt FracuUoo. vi ..hvorklni? an I bUcUnniithluf .ujsiux tho efforU or tluwe who are Timid werum the Maine d.ito .fUJtGCl W MC.VlJiBLBIN, douu i your tathuactioiv ServlM .ontrlbuiin their tim. ouergy ami ' ixliblidi'ip of Chicago." or lliu-8u- d bunliul of harlo Itnoney to thin grout cUBe, wo 1111IU1 . unM.ed. -theru wore U.iilia.OOO 'juslinM. .1 OILLESPIU I1RQ8., Uu tha limitation to all Keiituolvluns, Kuran ulo wera inauvd tin, to tho ;Uib IWiar Cur 'Bale. within our' d'njreclatioH of uropi from outiumte.i iik the visitor rinrtfiird. Kv. Ina afltf 'Be lurui Jkir nine tuontbi horilBiti. to'attoiul tho Sunday uohool In 1416, akowinic that wheat ah rank No. HO. BO'S, for lumediato'. TlM-lf- t a Neeawdiy. M,r their clioluw 011 May 0, 1817. huRh- from u fouuil bjCjtu Dorto ain.dM'iie,l)e'iail a boy wliti Is, Wo ltopo that every Kunday nchool ohi in aiBjllmaled ;ft.n7,o;)0 biiHh- ttMU your tu 1 87.Kf.T 0o0 tuugUt to Ave UIb uionoy will rare- wl s curofully olwervo thU day that olM of luerchnulablo qual'ty. .1 lo.n a. p. rtariBRa. ' "iS bad nmu or a fuiluro. tUtenilanoe , tiiDre may bo tho lui'K per ccHt, declared to lm treat' FordvUI, Ky. way uver known in tho htate, and that all of 15 Thoie.j Jofftrgou pavod tho I . er than In any other proyi m y ar wol- to 6ur moral aal utatarlat nucetm vtyitnra will lanulva- - ueh In I'll;. Ih'T'i on reonl kinco 1009 iMltOJST? KKWM. ( teach iug the pujtwr to avoid come llioy will Iwcowu roaular aim- .,, i aid. 'ua only a i loi cent . .tlia Taut hui returnod to l n.'i'ptv Ibera i tlte Sunday acbool. Lt( iih w llaytwi, Obtu. coump-- 1 It inuVir lull, thu Bouinuiiig 01 a new frn frUUaHi McKInley Siulstl that 'Mini Culuutlue Vr JtoHtoh ttpii It. i jis the IUt.tr bavi'.flfc"Wu. In Ihe.hi the Hunttay whool 'wtfk o Kt-.I'oiu- t' notloid,' ' d th' "llwr which mo.m "'Ituoky. ur for fe .,... . . . ., i' 'it. hare heeB .A)i i. atflv i , i i, u i. iDorvovi yputta W. ft, Scttlo. turo 01 1 hi: uii'ircu hj ininiiy uiuii ' y Cii to luM ti u -,f'nvoritlou'iitt ..:) Out advlco in ilia mtui, douu D. Carrolt, v j phuinlB to . hpcl'th n, as a rul .u ir I. .v Wilton IIleva thrift ti 'tr Wood-(. M. Tbomas, . . wi'.h & aoMAl '. f" much iHchi r than warrleJ nei " Krnest ft, Clarkd, lino 11.au lutoftiai roaimiiBiutiuy in. ?a Ii ...'hool'bor . PittMi aannMOHi' human Uui. ' if th i worth. j hi inf. uxi'y, wuitriRg th,u colors r, tho Anroi.aia Tdtsoolll was ll living SUiaokelfnrd Miller, t oi. 'ffi.rUi ' Dim niik HillltaotB; "I hAve.' l)BfO uf tin 1ft. Itolllu Hurt, whom tt va Itrpkun bow do Oll I1C- 'Ah' Aaiuf- Oe'orKo Wiiblttnitoti JIt wati fnrovor Wm, HnKn for It?'1 1 "T" tilling his h carer b of tln'laipiMianoa s Vftturnoa of UHrsr "Very ttlniply, Poer moil ninrryi Xmmtei llos. or turr.t. trg Lur muter lln. J. Mrt,il u W.tliuiii. of n'kkir Jnu'ii. antl l'leh imml duu't. Mn urn iilwnv X docmrod, ll?marek i...Tiuiii'!.-ikvit-Mri,dili- thai ihrlft is , ,, 1. ., tctiuruK Mom. .1 (linf !i. .r--.- . fo dlvldii notliliiir Willi .i Bold ii rtadlcu ......i..j.i ...... r. ,&..,... JTltlUIlt. UWIMD ' IJ. .,1(11 F.Ulu,UMtitg I,ir.,tii.i ul, lUivkM tutrdiSMMt a . .' v.fc ' jTnocia vicious qr vvl)rthltift'meBilwu lion wlitch weliihwl r.78 pounda ana wqiuait tkliti attetblDK " Oood . diiH -- ' .t.r fora mt. . thut he hold another ouu Monday Utorlex. ltf u 'aciBfiinuhy. Silnut Partner. KiUJOrba-.Lcr- Pisu. uf i uidi3 ot Uaekttort A Spring O1i "iS. wear ! vvjan-Caibol- ic alilu-boilli-- n, The popular styles in men's, women's and children's Low Shoes are ready for your consideration. The styles are very attractive and thequal ity hasbcen hilly maintained and the prices are as low as is possible under present merchandising conditions. If you are interested in stylish, good wearing footwear, this store can serve you to a int'-onl- v queen's taste. the women. QUEEN QUALITY Slippers for v KING QUALITY Oxfords for the men. ,,,.. BILIKEN Sport Shoes and fords for the children. substantial saving Stick to our - i grade shoes. It means the end. ,. I .,-,- ., .,,. . rr uLl,, - 0, E. P. Barnes ro. Beaver Dam, Ky, 't 1 -- I'Sh. J 1 i I , ' I ' 't ' ( - - mit-hm- al d '...,. I T if-f.- at" nsArr iiujoii-anioiii- v. 1 :!. ., en-latl- s. u-N 1 r .1. .. ..... -. i,, An-ai- d h ilrury t'-w ; !;-- o u-.t- I ii.tieaitt.. - C , w fen j&k ' a,, ,-- "IsiJBF rletv ( t -;- V - ,iu f ;- -ir .... ! u otr u. . t . . - ., '. 1 fa' . y 1- -J iratjj'jui'ii'uaM' i " WWPWllrWMtaBiBWp'WWaiBiB ,'t runt 'n laiBniMfHMrraiiffl twin am tm m - .- -.