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The Hartford republican: May 4, 1917 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 hao1917050401_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: May 4, 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. , - w Z)c Jfotffira Fine Job Work. VOL. XXIX. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE ft OP-- OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 44 SHIP HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1917. FIRST I i t . ". dross fwlU' be dullverud by Judge jnrsdny, nf ailments Incident to her WAR LOAN oppouhclmer of Ohio. Miss Kvclyn tiid winced years. servlc'a3 AMERICAN Funeral and Fair ThonniH 1h Valedictorian will ho conducted at Mt. liurmon M. Mr. Hlnton Lcacli Class roprescntu-livIiureh. Viouth, at near 1:!!0 TWO MIhs Thomas' subject la "Songs ii., alter wnlcli liurial will tako TORPEDOED, SINKS of the Nations" and Mr. Lench "The jplaeout the Old .Mill llurial grounds. Wyoming Plan." The remains will ho brought froni Tho graduates of 1917 arc as folLouisville, HiIh morning, arriving at Itl-- OI'IJ.V TO POPl'LAR IHIMISTO STKAMK.U OARRIKD ARMS, ONK lows: Dam, at 11 o'clock from i Heaver .sruscitn-rio- x l!OAT AXB t!J OK CIIKW Allsess Mary Hcan, Mary Austin wlileh pulnt they' will proceed dii .ILW'K I -i. MISSING. Carbon, Mazlc Clark, Ltireno Colltjis, rectly to thu Church. Duia Ulal. Clarlro Ward. Kvclyn A I. :.s si:i:k pa picks. Thoiwts, Martha KliodcH, Beula Pal- Siillonger, DELIVERY TO BE JULY 1; TIIKX JOIN L'. S. ARMY iHER SECOND MISHAP and in Philadelphia, May2. Twenty-on- e lone HedrlcK. Messrs Gaylo Tjylor, -subjects of allied nations took out Goebel Crowe. Ilcrry Dudley Walker, T Go Al Pur, Was Torpedoed Two Yours Ago A tlielr llrst naturalization papers here Arclilo Ilrown, lllnton Leach and Looked for y Ke. vwey ' The Famous XCTbruskan, Now and then applied for enlist Byron Williams. McAdoo. Rockingham. ment in the United States army.They .were sent to Fort Slocura, N. Y. APT. KKOWX UKC'Kl'ITINC! CO.MI'AXY IX X"KW .MK.lt'l Federal olllclats were of the belief ,, . , , ., . Wash nston, May --'. Secretary ..... London, May 2. The American h.lV ,. fJ-- l IV.. ..(O JF1..(11W1 tit)... ... McAdoo anounced that the f um,,.r the American colors rather steamer. Rockingham has been sunk Word has been received hero that (apt. Perry Keown, son of Mr. and list offering of bonds .authorized than be recruited In this country by by a German submarine. Thirteen Mrs. ('. P. Keown or Hartford, who under the war 0 nance law would be! the Allies under the provisions of a met; aro nilslng. Two boats containing thlrty-thr- e e, d by the United States resides at Clovls, New Mexico, hah t'two billion dollar "Liberty Loan" bill mon wero picked up yesterday, one te to;day. been ordered to recruit his Company open to popular subscription by a patrol vessel. One boat coa- -' K New Mexico X. 0 , to full war ut par, and tlwit subscriptions would , tainlng thirteen men is missing. IMIOAT SIXKIXGH "trougth and that tho Captain wan be received till June 1.1 next. The l Tho American steamship Rocking''! adding to his company. Captain bonds will bo dated July J, and will) Hicsfonl Hhs Work ham, formerly the steamship Nebraa-ka- n, regiment was on- - ot he ready for delivery on that date. Keown with his was of 4,408 tons grosa. Shu AppallhiB. Alllniiigli many organizations In ' the tlrst In t'he Country to see. service Go was built at Camden, N. J., in 1902 upon tlie Mexican Border. addition to the banks of the coiin-- l Lord und was owned by tho Garland e try will be utilized in tloatlug the1 London, May , Steamship Corporation. y speaking In London State. Camp M. W. A. bonds, ibe twelve Federal Reserve It was announced by officers of tho complaining of tho incomplete-agencie- s Air. George P. Jones, of Hartford. banks will be dvsignaled as wntr.il u" Washington. May 1.- - Thi- - United inon resources to tho greatest ad m!"K ot th ollieial returns of the. corporation here that the RockingrcspeVliv . m. a., reiurneu In their districts, With their responsibility , LivStates stands rc.iu) 10 send an army vantage. Spring, rccehing stihscriptkiiib, delivering '"nbmarlnc sinking-- said that tho ham left Baltimore April 19 for from Dawson cxpeditiou-ur- y yesterday ICuropu whenever thu Allien Jet'in udvlsablllty of sending an to of Capt'. He declared erpool under command been attending thu the bonds and caring for other dc-- ! k,y,,,R whero he had force Is uncertnlu. H'wlso to divert the necessary ShipStatu Camp, as a delegate from all tails. The proceeds of the. Issue will; ,ni,t he was so keen on tho matter Charles Edwards,' of Brooklyn. Capt. ping from transporting food to transInclined to risk .the Kd wards is a naturalized American It he Camps of Ohio County. be deposiivd in as lare a number of'fDJ, he w port inp men. It bec.imu known defi- VAUIOL'S UNITS OK TH!K1 penalties or the. defense of the realm of Knglish birth. Mr. Jones reports that the State linnkK throughout the country as UKGI.MKXT MLSTKRKD IX The Rockingham carried guns and nitely that the Government i Camp was in session but one day, pnictlf-able- , withdrawn act and tell the people hlmBClf, tll wil b has offered the Allies troops, but fhey were informed 'they a United Statea naval crew when sho i tho u great t'lsiiiM' until volume of business was Lexington, Ky.. April P.O. The Baltimore, her owners said. that tho alarming lias suggested transacted and that the Camp by interest on the. bonds will be pay- - would licit realize, the Importance of lettWhen may make separate, muster In of eight com- -' under tho name Ncbraskan, .soring" of woild shipping economy. on January 1 and ablo or tlie Third Kentucky In- -' unanimous vote indorsed tho the Rockingham was torpedoed . off it impractical to send them at once. panius ministration and agreed to stand by July 1. Details as to their denomina-- I took place this afternoon. Tho the British coast less than one monti. In spile o objections of the General ion have not jrcl been prescribed, company was tlrst. and " 1" .tho present crisis, after the Luisltann was. sunk. A long Staff to putting uny American forces headquarters the lowest denomination, it was LAW'S VIOLATIONS -' but by the supply and macontroversy ensued between the Unit011 tho tiring Hue before the great was folowed announced, will hu so small as to ed States and Germany, the latter war army bus been raised and train- chilli' sun companies. Formal order. place tho bonds within the reach of 10 BE PROSECUTED finally admitting that a rna-ied, tho Administration has determin- which will distribute the companies SPEECH PROPOSING every investor. to stations in the West Kentucky the attack. ed that t tin small contingent earnestAmong the agencies which will hu until tb PEACE IS NOT MADE 1ie Nebraskan, damaged, headed ly desired by France for moral effect sector could not be issned However, authorised- - tu.ucipt subscriptions, STATK AXir COUXTY A1VKRXIKH for Liverpool and, convoyed by Ilrt-'i- li muster was completed sdiall be setil as uoon as possible. The . ?); t.l ViuW', lru.it Indications are that all units will ships, rcauiied port safely. So ."0 TO MKKT AT tAPITAL XOiicriil belief here Is that the way companies, private bankers, bond have left by Thursday L Company, m board ws seriously hurt. T'le MAY II. Mima will be found. - houses, postollices, express companrosTCIIAXCKM.OR Murry, will be the leavo, GK.U.MAX vessel at the time had just been Whether the force first to Yurr of D Company wll hrst to POXI--I'KOl'OHITIOX TO newspapers ies, department stores, atari Wednes- 'land from (barter by the Wl:it j the Slurs and Stripes into battle l'l'TCKF. DATK. and other "volunteers," who have .o France shull be made up of regulars ;da;1,"l"''ni"'' Commonwealth's Attorney C. K. Star Line r"d wus returning come forward In great numbers. "lcl,lw,t "f ra,,kl,' -. r National Guardsmen, or both, has Smith and County Attorney, A. I). Aiiifricu, intending to carry coal Many offers of assistance have been not been worked out. The subject "" "' Ci,,lV !?,,a.J'..Wa!!., '." V,s.lt "'i Copenhunon, May 2 (via London received from women's organizations Kirk of this, place have received no- front Newport News to California lor .MaJ. Gen. .1. Franklin Hell and his the navy. Cabinet was not discussed at The speech which was to have und as soon as possible the Secretary tice and request from Attorney Gea-era- l, ...I aide. Capt. K. 13. Ilnoth. of tho tlrst Tho commander of- the submarine luei'liug. but Secretary Ilaker M. M. Logan to attend a incel-In- g in tin HelcbstaB by Dr. will organize, a woman's comltlee to U'uvalr). Gen. Hell ciime from San been made mained afterward for a conference of tho Com'th., and County At- - which attacked the Nebraskan claim. thu C.e.'iuau assist iu tho work of obtaining .stilt jKranclsco. whero ho had Just been j on Jtethmanu-H"ilwoKed the vessel carried no Hag and waa with Piesident Wilson. jreliuved of eomnuuid of the Depart - 'mperlal Chau- A'or on peace ani scriptlous and distributing th,e Issue, toruies from all over the State to Genn-.i- l St.ill Sllll Opposed. investigations and probes to without neutral markings und that Orrsubci-iptioUkely. ytart .has non of tho West, and lett at 1 1 ' International relations he assumed she was an Kntente ship. olllcialhavs Uueiit Stale Department A large oversubscription, Mr. Mc- endeavor to And if the Antl-Truto a jrv't fitting occah on. 'o'clock for New York, when; Thu Rockingham carlod. forty-nin- o I'unllnuniiKly urgeil the sending of au i law is being violated. It will bo tho Adoo announced, appears likely. Iu row he succeeds Mai. Gen. Leonard .accordlns to won received nerv men, including muny Amerlcans.Tho army, solelj for its phycholosical et- Acordlnt-- to .ue llerllner 'lae (n stutemcut making the annouuee-bl- a special dusiru and aim to prevent crew numbered thlrty-sl- x A. Wood as Commander of tho Do- and tho fect, noi only in eiicoumgiug the partment mid prosecute, violations with refer- ., as quoUM m a dispatch from ment Mr. McAdoo said: of the Kast. naval contingent consisted of a Allied troops, but in discouraging the, 'I havo determined to make an nice to food products and tho neo- Dr. von Heth-- 1 "flu Hague -Germans. Convinced that the dlplo-- , or lllr Ohly 'lrcuft Lieutenant and twolve 'men. Tho g Th .MRS. L W. MARTIX was to have made a , inltal ottering of $2,000,000,000 value of thu ship and her general advantage tar (nit weighed the nintle in: n oficr In ihu lleleluitut- . i . j the ;'., per cent "Liberty Loan" of! Court will bo In session hero at the cargo vas "..SSO.OOO. The vessel tenclinlcal and training jlitlicultUM , Jf(, of TulwcuUlvLs sufferer Comes 'InirKduy. will be dated July tinin of this mooting, but Messrs. Tlie speech hart beta lfl7. The bonds was duo ia Liverpool Mdvanced by the General Staff, they ,ju A1 yMK, i.wailed with :lic greatest iniortut, 1, 1917, with interest payable semi- - Smith and Kirk both inform ua that , havo fell, that such a step would ion-- ! con jiiMially January 1 au'i July 1. Thu they will uiako every effort po&il'Jie u view of tlie recent reports HtfCruto me i uiieu Mines .is a n.ii 1T.OF. niiOWN IiKAVi-:S-. Mrs jiartjni vi(v (lf George W. !',t;oiiF In Germnny, notably In eiti I maturities will bo announced Uter. In attend this tuectlns of State and member of the Alliance entitled to n inrtin. died at their home iu Croin- - uecon with labor and Socialli-p- i ni'd j In accordance with th provisions of County Attcrnies. most honorable seat at the pence con - wt, Tui:.rttli,V( ,,, Ull at 5:30 o'clock, .also because of an Intimation Iu onn the act, tho bonds will bo convortublo Goe- - to llarrisburg, Ari:., Aftor o- Terence. newspapers that then into bonds btarlng ,i higher nite of XATJOXAli OUAUl) OFKICK1W tuber-'o- f Kisbt Years Hero. the German Mrs. Martin had suffered from Ko-for tho-iwho liave vlgorou. i - lcut)sUs f((r (( llumu,.r ( y,,.,rs .U1,j modi-ratiovoul. If any of the German peac; I lulercfct than 3 TO All) IN INSTRUCTION ly opposed mi early expeditionary at,r (ivixtix wab ol unexpected by terms would "astonish the world." tmbsotiuuut series of bonds shall bo IJrof. H. K. Brown, who haa so force us Inlerfi ring with the trutninir ,ln0M, wll0 jm,w i1(.r condition. Shuj .Authentic news from Germany has issued at & hieher ram of inttire.st WaHhlnctuii, May 2. National ably servei this commulilty and tho of u larger army havo inodlilod their ,. ....iv,i i.v iur i,ci, ,,,,i r,.,,,. been ho of late that It Is dif--. before the termination of the war Guard olHccra who have been spe- caueo of education over a considerviews us u result of the arguments Mms Jliuu,s w., KstlU, Cecil and ilcult to judge what dovelopeuieuts, beweeu the I'uttcd Stateh Aml"tLo cialty trained in any arm of the ser- ably section, as Principal and Genby Hie military rxpur8 ,(1.ls Wnllai-- and ono daugliter. ' eilher internal or external, limy havo , German Gururnmout. advanced vice will assi.it regular army officers eral Superintendent of the Hartford ,,,, ,.. ,.lWf.,P1i vllh the French commission here .. "The "Liberty Loan" will 1m oif-,,- u AIrs induced tho Chancellor to alter his jnHructiuu of ruservj eorpc oin- - High School during tho past olgat that triiliilni; ran be milch hitter car- Marlln waK ;lll auut of Jlra u j.;. leported decision to itiako another j erodat par ud a popular suhsorlp-ictf- 3 when the traiuia iamp.i open years, has nwlgned and will leavo iled out in France within sound r nuj:o. wir or the Republican' tore- - 'niiouucetnuiit regarding Germany's tiou and amplo opportunity vl!l be j May U Sfcrotary Rater told tho i hen at the tnd of this school year the guns. Neveitheless tin niposl- - ,min y relations and possibly j given to' every man and woman in joint nmeting Liure that twen- -' 'or HtirrHburs, Ark., whero he goes tion or tlie stun n.ia not wavereii. Stute-- who wishes to viU-- ; ty five officors would be takun from to accept thu 1'riucipalship of tho ( the UnllHd Funeral servient were conducted .l''" dellnite war alms. Much Tonnage ltiilie(l. City High School. Whllo Prof. njrch Shielils. at the, 'Hie situation us reported in a ills;- - (firlbo to secure aa absultUoly safe ,.,l0ii giurd reginient. l)y (Rt Il4y The aimiuiit ot tonnage that would (!r(;(m u,V(,p llilptirtt church, ot patch from Berlin, appears to be, us .investment, free from Kedeiu!, atato Brows'. field of usefulness will bo . . ue reoutreu tor traiiHpori.is usuauy w,a(.u (ll!ClwBV(l n.ia bven ,or local taxation uwce.pt. of courso. gruitly enlarged (perhaps, yet wo SKV'KX MIUJOX IUembur .. put ut about twenty tons per man tu , IV'I II ni.miier of At a caucus of tho majority Soc- -' Inhcritanco uiu'si. ) The boudu will are loath to ?lve him up. vkik intenneni a fully eipilpped force. For tho regu-- ; IOovvj ( tie c.iirch burial grouudj lait In tho Reichstag, tho group be in such1 denominations! as will put IS) Bu Prof. Brown's family, consisting; l"or (Vrmy In Fiflar American unit ot ji.uuii "eu((U ot his uralaljlo wifu and son Lewis that supports the policy of not eiri- -j tiiein within thu reach oi entry lu- teen Buys. o'dDcj; Wednesday. i barnussiug nearly naif u luilllmt tons therefore, . Gray, ami Miss Alollle Duncan, who the Chancellor and the vestur. Uctails as to deiiomiuullous 4 v or the i.hips! would bo necessary, Government, it was decided to defer nsleniptlojis, etc., have not hum fully Couiimjiivment Knen-lse-- . Waaiiiiigtou, Alay 2. -- n'egibtra- resided with tliom, Is a most eutitu- about etiual to tho i.eized Gorman The cuiua'oiicuuicnt exorcises of an Interpellation that had been pro worked out, hut announcement will tlon of approximately seven million ' ablo and useful oo and their roIur tonuage in American waters. It r- - Jiartlord Colleso Leslti on May I'J, posed regarding Gurnutn'i pence be made iu duo hetibou. mi for military service will bo com- - away Is a distinct losi to this con.- u "Subficriplionb will bo received pteted within rtfteen days after thu jimuilty. plans until a more suitable occasion, mitliis for tho Allies to figure out if l y 17 with the Baccalaureate Wo Aiini'itntit4ik thoy can iilloul to divert that atiiount which will be preached this jear !y ,Tliu luterpellatloii win to liuvo biwu ' until Juno t5. 1017. The bonds will War Department's burg, uud can only say, that yon are machinery hm ,. Iguitiug tin good, if not tbo l)r. S. Al. Miller, of Sottlfi Memorial, nmilo y of shipping jbo ready tor dollvury July 1. Allot-ji,ee- u Het iu motion. Little doubt ovists that tho French Owuitsboro, Ky. On Mond.i) oven- It Is now expected that debate ml-- , rajuts will bo ntaiio as rapidly after, htato election uyateiU3 will do tltiuuioiigat us. -- xwill gladly put up with nn? Kicrltlcu Inr: a reclt.il will lu given by tha on tho political situation, toxether Juno 10 as possible. Tae details as work under hiipervlslon ot tho Fed-- J necessary to havo American troops puplls or Mitfa Nail und Airs. Elgin. with tho Chancellor's speech, will to munnor of payment for tho bonds Uovornmout tho voting precluctt, IiKTIt'liS l.MUCATJ-- INDIANA 11 Is sulli- - being MAX THRIJATKNKD WILSON' In Franco, as tho great plua of their TuiSduy ovonliiR at tho Collego Au- - probably be postponed until thu thins will be announced lator tho units tor lultlul recording ' cK-n-t to my at tno moment hat pay-(julaslou It mi boon for troops, with the dltorutu the Gramuiur Kradeii under reading ot thu llminco measuren. fuo men. American Hag. They havo pointed I'rof. Howard and MIuu Flaiior ;;lvo jti.ut lll bo urrmitfeil ti- sttcii a way, Ruglfitratlon cards lima boon dii - l Trenton, N. J., April .'10. Whou a.' not to c.11130 tnconvenlunce or searchotl tho uffocU vttt that thlH Is needed t,o convince au conahJtlng of pIaj"i,.o rK) SUNUAY HCHOOi BAY by tho Cou'biui Iturwiu to officials j Deposits of fuitdu will hu Mayors of many title and town, ,'or piiurltu O. Aluellur, Indiauapolta, SUNDAY, MAY tri'H urbauce. l!io Gernmnu beyond doubt that all drills and ncllon son. made In na large a nuuibsr of banks and tho most reninto Kectionti will be who dropped dead hero hut night, boon Wudni'iday evening Aiuorlca'o tho Junior . niourcis havo prevent "Prof. I'suuw," a thrnunt! SCvwy icbocl of .my or "no rtonom- - throughout the country an practical-guppHo- d thrown Into the battle. bolero the rotiiatratlmi da they loand a louden" rovolvor and - ll'. ""'I they will be withdrawn as to bo uct by presidential urocliuuu- - lettftr which, l!iy wy. lndlcato that Tho British alao aro known to h cornody faroa and a, playUt "Th Inntlcui ut reQUiwted by tlio State aoelatkm to make 011 ufferUt; for fcrailttally nn Iho rttouireiutna of the tton after tho Army bill hit Iwon Muollor iiad threntftied tho Uvea of anxious to havo American troop in Tenipletou Teapot." permit, in ,ordorVfguril. Thurnduy eveniuK tho Sanior Claw tlW hw!b on this dy. If tho mon- - Goierniuont Prwddwil WtUon, former I'resid-'ntFrance iu a final murk ot American and Rooevelt ami Smatj- A nerlod of llfteon daiB i;lll later-'TaHart'clpatlon, but there In ration to play "A Trial of MeurU" will bJ ev und numberlii nttondnnco la ant tltal tljoinliiliuuuivnminU Of money t'lvon. Thin I a lour act comwly.lo mo I will remit tho moiiby to "I'"" ut M'y one tiine be loktn out veno probably bvtweun thu iiaua of Thouias Taggart. of Indlat.a. Mueller hollo o that thoy have taken a tho call and tho openings of tho refi-- 1 was seized with aij attack of heart what moie daUiched vlw than tho drama with L boyn und fourteen , .iute ol(le uud hnie lmth roportml f " thaiirieli of buiflime glrlH uud luuludni the outl.--a oUsw. iu our countv papery next rtIstratlon. Flirt days will bo allowed ( trouble In a holol Newspaper chp- Overcoino by the French. wok. I to Tho Scholarship will complete ioglsiratIou, and within lin8 Uiilliuj of niumtloiu cx- he Hartford U strlfiif for 00 present, Auiericnn of AIm. Aim Kerns. rg. Ann vKuriai, 'and the county In tho war. I hoy beliovo that the pi'AHuUd during the evonlai;. havo 10,uerj about SB thirty dus thu toutplrtted roll will bo plosions were also fourd, the Coroa-- . ' ar, , died Iu I.oul-vlllOu Friday evnins th uilsa ai-- . B. W FORD, iiarUon', tr said ono cuotitlal la to marshal tbo com- lato Wed- - 1" Waihinutou. U. S. TROOPS e. BILLION:"' y TOAD ILLES Allies To Be Consulted as to The Time. ; till I Forces to Move as Early as Practicable S L;rU"w. I y I PRESIDENT kKnufcU Urn STEP ..... pa-c- ht Sen-Issu- Opposition By General Staff Is Marked Whether Regulars or Guards Undecided. ''''"'t J ""-rord- to-da- J n,ui, were-appallin- y ry semi-annual- ly , ' at e 'McAdtto-UuilRtiii'- "'" . K' ! 's y - - - at , . mann-Hollwe- or.ir!es to-ia- ! I :' e p-- r r - ,. I t , to-di- j lHo: i xtl u ; ' ' So.-mo- ( , J J l , J - 1 of - oiite.-taljimo- y , J a ft whol.-hinrlidne- sa idal , aU o, I I I i t" Ks striped almost like zebras. have evidently The Germans SMALL DANGER OF brought more of their best pilots opgun Is effective II It A. three-poun- d posite the British front to meet the itrikes the vessel's shell, but where urfenslve ATTACK! tbc submarine Is submerged a four-Inc- h STAGED IN CLOUDS determine! aerialsince early that hits In April. been In progres gun Is deilrable to break down Unit ft th. mqlHM mot nnwailtiVN f the armored conning tower Subma- , rlnes. we know, are carrying four-- DKS,.K,lATK citANCKS TAKK.N IIV are handled In a manner far above I V j the Oerman average, It Is seldom, sniM.miNKS not i.ikw.v Inch guns themselves, and some are ,mmsH AV1) GKKMANS IV ever at- - , yj however, that the Orma VISIT OL'K SHOIira FOR reported to lie carrying five and six- DIZZY IIKIRIITS. TIMK. tack the Ilrltlsh unles they outlAiSC men guns. Their cruising capacity number them at least three to one , U also being largely increased. A lone German pilot, however. "It l extremely difficult to knoIf ?ou have actually sunk a subma- -' MANY DEEDS OF DARING took a fa,al chance yesterday against GIVF.N CCA T7YPT?PTPNr.P a Ilrltlsh scout formation which was JLft rine, as sometlrnes they meroly sink " .escorting reeonnalvanre machines. bottom Presence of oil on the to the v. surface is a good Indication, though I. tick, Pluck anil Science I'l.i) Im- By clever maneuvering, at which the Nlilp Art-- ltw,uirrJ For This Mother hostile airman alo was an adept, the absolutely conclusive. It may be not portant I'nrt In Air of Craft On Img British managed to entice him to atused for deception AH indications Ilattlci. Voyage. tack one of their machines from beare good that the American steamer hind. As ho did so a second British Mongolia ba?ged one, though It Is machine dived at the German' tall One of the possible it got away With The British Armies In Fran arftl down ho went, one of hi- wiugi Washington. April 23 -- Hear Ad- - great difficulties we have haJ to deal m breaking on in the deadly ibenl April :. ivia i.enaon. Mlral Sir Dudley It. S. de Chair, the with ha been wnaies. wntcn ansornOne of the most thrilling of rceut veteran naval oilicer. of Great Brit- -' cJ an enormous amount of projectiles German 3lrmen had one of the gre.it-ain-- s adventures was that of a voung naval to the United j fired In the belief that they were War CoraralMioc surprsw 0f their lives hue ' airman who now l attaches) to the Stains, gave a group of Washington . German terday The day had been heav.ly army service With everal other "The entrance of the American l0VercaM untlI nearly 6 0.cIock , here a aewspaper correspondents some into me war naruiy raihw u the evening when the clouds suddm-- l machines he w escorting first-han- d story of some of his ex- bombing plane over the German years he more probable that the Allien will perlence" during the thinned and the sun broke 'hrn lines when seetninyl a Hock of Gercommanded a patrol fleet chasing send their big fleets In after the A few German machines had ben submarines. Without mini- - mans It is not good strategy to rHk sighted well back of their lines luring mans dashed at them from the For five minute there was clouds Qi mizlng the gravity of the submarine war vessels against land fortifications the obscured period, but when In the general we uuunuuir, uu...., th( gun slton. out ,.verai en niv very hot fighting raenace. he confidently preutcted tcit.'.everiaeieiw. melee the naval man selected one nearly three years, to hope that the squarlrons whlch ,md hl.e It would be overcome hoiifwl particular opponent, and after a brile m all day came out to stretch uermaas win come oui. Commenting on suggestions that thir liant duty he ilrnvc him duwn in place, as tho trco ntuiups now xr every risk to meet them, as we wings in Germany mieht undertake a subma-l'ak- e TERROR OF TANK slanting afternoon ia the vent freo traverse of our guns. flames did In going so close to their shores rlne campaign on the American coast ' They had scarcely taken th- a'r Slay During Hiiils. Att.irked It) Three Craft. the Admiral said this would not be in the Jutland fight." when the British machines pounced LIFE NARRATED "And now two or three Huns. " During the lighting the Britisher profitable from the German point of upon them and In the after-toa-iiIng our dllTlculty, crawl out of a i A Symbol of Health. view without extensive supply bases' fighting that ensued several German hud become entirely detached from like rabbits, and are bravo enotigii of Ancient the remainder of tliv formation. SeeThe Pythagorians did.) of tho Atlantic. on this machines were een to crash and ing this, three of the hostile mach- i:m;i,!Sii mujukis tki.ia ok kx to crop on tho back of tho tank fr. n The Admiral spoke of the memo.-- -. Greece ate simple food, practiced eight other to be driven down behind. But we hear thorn od iv As a badge He brawl) ines made for him In temperance and purity. able lemons the Allien bad learned vkmkwks on i..imi out of control, which ur b armor, and they went doomed p and drove the Gertnnn leader the five pointed 3tar which lievi'd to hae been destroyed t'HArT. the war. and said lie and his coll-- j they to get tho Iron Cross, for wo op n ' hut the eaguefc bad corne to place them at they regarded as a smbol of health, and S o'clock the air tumbling out of control, Betwe n a nmall trapdoor and shoot them witu appear on was filled with wonderful incidents other two Germans kept up the bat- five pointed star the disposal of the American a revolver. fcacu Pclcagw of Chaberlain's Tab- ernmeiit. There were run lie. In a few minutes, however, one of deed of darlni; "And now the old buj is goi ig "As the T.vuks London. April IS "I only wish." he said, "that I IeU, and still fulfills its ancient mlss-.ou- ning lights and general melee. One of thee suddenl) rlew awa). and the a symbol ot health If you distinguished young Britisher, who combat again became a duel, with the travel over the front trench lhu,i1tronB again. Only Just In tltno for you the number or Ger- - fun tell Finally. irnntM ruh (hetr tires In wnncter t a large lyddite bomb bursts against man submarines that we have sunk. 'are troubled with indigestion, bit- - nntv riw.ntlv rplnrnrl In the :nr machines wing to wini; u, armored jacket of my gun. Tb. '. a pack-. the naval dier maneuvered into a po- .k. .i,,,,r. lousncs3 o conatipation.-ge- t f manl colors I'nforiunately, however, that is a . mnnlh.. r(.s, H..i,i,.r. your drug gave him the vital op- naval svccret. as, alo, are the seana ago of theoe tablets irom "The deck of the Tank rolls and dare comes In thru the port hole ately 'sat' oer ah airdrome and rtion which gist You will bt surprised at the watched six enemy rnachlntv, Wte pnrtunitv There was another burst pitches like a torpedobo.it In a storm. blinding me for a minute or so whiln of detection of Hibniarlnes and of -, my . Ismail tl... Mr- ..... wmbatlng them. hlch It will be quick relief which they afford Ob- the ground and begin to climb to ni fire, down crushed the lust Ger- r.i., .. u- ..,,1 til- ..!.! 1. .H.I. ikui, n'. .. .. splinters strike W . , face. l. But .jiii iinuu nM.I .. .1 ..Ill ,,uu . """ man marhinij. iuan I "" secrecy tainable everywhere necesnary to guard In closest fely thru without seasick corse ward him. He was sitting at .4,000 the armor, plate, and somehow seems ilurin? certain periods of the nes. until the ein! of tho war Your navy j feet and calmly remained there un- work -hap been furnished with full details " -- - "''" "Hun bullets are rebounding from to "The much better now til the leader of the challenging!' i"l""; l",;,rom Germans are f,,,,t scattered ,h" r("lTt 125 ARE BURIED BY however, by the, present mission " out lough sides like bull from a glnsl .six thou-;'-1planes had atuined about In small parties. It is alraoJt like n ",lrr "lauagel to si.mkm buck roof. faiiipaiii Off ()ast Unlikel). !' feet as we Khau-te- ii i vv to his lines ,.r. ft... Mmi,..ni.l,la'",R "' 'hldtMind-seek.- " i. )f the profepeci I' n ihe of submarines COLORADO MINE BLAST Wings Gernuui Machine. nd - ! now ,n,w'' backw" Adrjrj of thr JBhtJnB h(, (ii appearing in American waters. inent. Rimi. and all. It is not new. alonK that ,r,,nchIn the meantime he had noticed ; clno fil., ln nn(l'ing lie wjs nu arv to hre a single shot. miral de f.'iialr bald: ' "A",r a ftw sh"rt """ w nd no -that one of the hostile birds was ill)rl however The wlai.--i of th inTwo or three Huns are brave e "It would not pay Germany to I.S rOIiMKltY something of a stranger. It had JJ,, objec- r.n ihH hack of the ,nor" ,,Un,) t0 l,unt- - s0 augurate a general Hiihmarine cam- mi:n kntombhi) tie had been peppered w i i..llts ...,L-- t er-kou.owing i:xi,u)sion very long tail and a very abort cov n,,. nlrnmn had not renl!-the fatt Tunk from behind. They are not tive, the wood, has been gained w paign off the American coast unless L... -. 1IKYO.M) HKLI'. ' however, did not top blll ,iurinc Tho """ " li" liu! nun doomed to get the Iron Cross, for w. .)..... .U..- ....K "' "'" "" eho also established bases here. Kach i belter from posslbl,, stray shotK ;to wory ubout it He dived at thejjjr,() on n0, :iiono DJ. a;a n,;ria, ,;, open a small trap door and ,i,oot I submarine carries from eight to t"n 'highest of the climbers and gave him ,,n. -- , 1U, i... licrman i:i:unrv ami them with a revolver. ado j"' a U,TK" "ol"- - whlch MM b- tnrpirioi , besides a limited tuel sllli two bursts from his machine gun. c a alr at. well, "",ny ,h,',K Trinidad, Col, April i j.iv, and A'oubl largely be wasted in "It is almost like playing h!d and e men caught Down went the German in a crash vlv we start to nile the lighting ((ons rnlhiar- - ' ,.... a w travel backward and lor - ' "'Af,"r a ",,1', Iho long trip over anil back, not to hundred and twenty-fivjoveruaui itie iniiK ami guns, in read the Hastings mine of the ictor- - outside a hit of wood. ,i, i,.m. the most lntr-- nt.' -- ' ward .ilonx the trench." Hn'ln mention the warm inception While this little action was going American Fuel Company by an ex- ti relate, the ixtiv old. , Life In a Tank, or armored tract- iness for the next Joy ride Then wo would probably receive o'clock thin morning on. five other Germans had formed j ( photographiiiT siipplv' I'l'Ion marh or, in action is thus described in a snatch a few hours of sleep " Hubmarines to "Mother .,., ... , 1....I I..1.. rl.t tu-- iiiiiiau .l..n.. wuiiu uuini;i;ii .1... lI,lul. i"""- - r.n.1 "'" lias also have ttieir uesnera e momiuiiikii, ...1.11.. I...... fmil .,..1 i, i,,. ...,. 1, ,,..,,.., i,. i,, SUU were letter to his sister, by William F K w,-s,ow,y wlund' ""ne line, hiring as he came .the ents One of these reoouw ,n nt Dlvall, of Southhoruugh. who was Deafness Cannot Be CureJ - rf',cu in operation, hut little direct evldenway thru the smoke-fiUw- l slope iiritisher tried to break thru the for tafki-b eloven bostll.-- f btlnp wounded in one ot these monsters. by local atipllcatlont. b they cannot rrch ce hart been received that they aiv their lh Utv4l portlun of the rar Thvrr la raation, but tailed. Then he turned scouts to the main workings. Nejrly al Its controls wr. He sa)8 Btlcceshfiil unl) ine wu tu cutr ilfafnis. anil that la The grent ditllculty In b la constlluitunHt rrmfdlia Whether any ot the men are alive away as if about to attempt an es-- shot away nnil the observer, "inisde tho Tanks nre the Keen-eje- raus.,! b an Initamnl cumlltion !.ifnca mu. locating th" submariner, on. patrol Is uf Hit The helmet sijuads capo toward the South. All tho unknown wounded, fell out of his math Kutiarhlnii Tubr Whrn lighting men. known as the cuiia Mnlnirla ofIntUmiil you largely responsible. As a result the hi hii, a rumtillni: the mine after the mans started In pursuit One of them chine. Altho still maneuvering ills "crew," strangely grains!, as becomes aoundluli utiptff-eor hrarlni: anit !irn It la .Germans prefer to slay out tor two 'titltrly riuanl, Dtnlnraa Ii Ihr rnult. aoJ vvat, machine in an attempt to escape the their iVtraugo craft, while around null f a the Intlaminatlori ran b taktn i,ut ro tlireu week:, and then return to first group of unprotected rescuers t soon outdistanced the others and pern- - 'approaching the Britisher, when the direct fire of the surrounding Gerrtatnrnt to Ua them in a complicated mass of ma- ami thla tubt mil b iltatruyrtl normal port, whence they are sent out again hud been torced to retreat had hiarlni; forrTer, nln raara ut of Im ar caua'il by Catarrh, trated the main slope a distance of latter whirled about and bred Into mans, the British pilot grasped the chinery almost before the crews have had which la nuthlnK but an Inflatnr.t runjltlon ruuge wounded observer to prevent him Evidence; of a gas ex- -' the Gurmau at poinb-hjin1.200 leet. of th inucoua atirfarea Like A lto.it In A Storm. time to Teach nhorn. ' lll clvi- - Ono tlundri-IMItara for any plosion from falling out and brought the "Tim deck of the Tank rolls and caa of ()fafnr cauat t,y catarrh! that ' "Nobody knows exactly how many there wawasonround atofthis point, but ' aud saw Inlihu burst into flame cannot h currd by Itull'a ("atsrrh Curt, line wjs the long-tjlleNevt trace the men, all plane Mitel) down inside his own , pitches like a torpedoboat in a storm l submarine:, the Germans are buildfnr circular! tree short-nose- d stranger. "I drove him lines Just us it burst into flames. The crew holds on to anything within F J CIIKNKV & Tol4n, Ohtn. ing, but we know they are working oi whom were believed to be marly Solit by Dructjlala "to jdown, too," said thy pilot's report, Then, undei a heavy shell tire, the reach to steady themselves, while we 2,300 leet tarther in. Take Haifa amll I'llH for conattpatloa. tit feverish spied and have heard ftuinor-- , current that the explosion 'Vint after tailing a great distance. Anoth.fr photographer brought hi runJi dawn a large shell hob. 4 tli At they are turning out lioin I flattened out and was apparently machine down under a heavy attack, i "We succeed In putting out two was the result of a plot were dls-;h- o two to three a week. The time of I.VCent tKvf ApiK-atsby company ofllclals, who all right." pilot carriisl the observer to safety, machine gun emplacements, the guns construction in about eight months,! counted Cleveland. O., April 2$. The lu pilot was car- - and ax usual the German artillery 'of which have been worrving our was ' A young khaki-clapointed out that tho mine with a .similar length of tltuo for torcent loaf of bread was Introduced a "gas mine" and that airled tar irom hi own airdome, but begun to shell It. Despite this he Infantry for some time. And now here pedoes, and great uncertainty exlsth known as by one of the largest in ' managed to crosrf the British line inuniiged to remove nil his exposed tho action begins in earnest explosion hail occured Hun baking companies In the city. The to lutv,' long Germany ran con- similar ai His safely just before nightfall. Company olliclals stated 1113. from our change in sizes and prices of leavi tinue to supply both vessels anil tor- lithe explosion was slight and that that j machine wns absolutely riddled with Plates and scamper away Just befoio bullets are rebounding the a benv.v sholl tore the plane to bits, tough sides like hall from a glass We only wiyli the piosi-tmilpedoes. amounts to an Increase in price ofT greatest danger to tho men was from bullets, but he waa unhurt roof, whllo Inside the tanks the JO per cent Oilier baking companies lintes Valuable. help us to learn this ' lire and smoke. ,im nit of l.uil.. guns ;ue planning similar changes The rescued plates proved most whole crew are at various .Much Trulnliiy l!eiiiirei, Ninety of tho men entombed nro which break forth In a devastating Asked to tell about his adventure valuable "The crow of a submarine as a diggers, thu others beliiK com- -' the airman inerelv shrueifeil Ills Further details have been earned tiro, under which nothing can live rnlo nifjitiieti from at least blx weeks coal . pan,iiwium i "J"UU,P nlmiililprs mid Mild: "Oh I just had of the experience ot two liritish air- - ' "Dy this time the fumes from the to two mouths training, but' tho of-- 1 an .. Com- smi,ls the men who were forced to bring their hundreds of rounds which wo have a ft ,)t ()f lw flcor. and other experts require ,u l""5" a"y"n.' n' '" young liter, ncco,riling to his n.ucliili" down Just In front of the llred, with the heat from the engines This lOMt thrs. moiiths. Thore have been (I f f tw fit... ttilliiff fffiftt tttik ZtUftirtB ' companions, holds the absolute be- Gorman lines south of Lens. In sav- and tho waste petrol aitid oil, huve many reorts that tho tiermans have , ..Colorado J'uol and Iron Coinpatij's lief that he will never be killed while ing the guns from the wrecked planus made tho air quite opresslvo and ' uon forced to wottken tho personnel .i.ni.'oanip Jukt aerosB to hreatho In. they set up a little fortress ln No flying, mid with that fatalistic i of the high :w& (leet to niatntuin Hastings mine "However, thoee who go down to takes the most desperate .Man's Land and fought successfully upply "f seamen, but of this wo are Tin dustings nilnn Is twenty miles chancoD, the result being that ho is for their llvoy. When they landed the land In tanks nre accustomed to Woman Tells How $5 Worth uncurtain. It Ih, however, absolutely from Trinidad. Tho mlno normally rolling up one of the m m brilliant they did not know precisely what many itrango sensations, cf Pinliham's Compounrl which true fvat sumo of tho captured employe about 100 men to a shift reconlB of tho war their position was lor In these dav.t would make an ordinary mortal nru marly crazy and wholly Made Hor Vcll. oreivs and hits a onpstclty of 1,000 tont a of semi-opeNot with felling flius-warfare the linen are shudder. iefrof their Job. day. "Wo make a fairly tlllllcult target, They had ilttrlnte their brief Hying apt to change overnight. Tho bust doronso uRatust stibina-rln- s. Limn, Ohio." I vaa nil broken down Later. Interval yostordny. the British air a. feeling Hint tholr tiurroundlngs nu our way lies between numerous in health from a e!i. placement.Ono of my wo hove found, la the nnuod Hopo men Trinldud. Cul., April 2H lady f riCT.iln came tn uhservutloii went decidedly hostile and that "dig- true trunks and battered stumps, IIIBU iiowned om Bhlji During the early day tliey any (f the 125 men thought to ,, ,, see tno nnd cho ging In" might provo the better part' also much hnrhotl wire. ' that veered away from such vessels me to bo entombed In the HnHtlngH initio, JliittliVi Kattli'H Waves. slurs last night on a goat bombing of valor. nU ev;ii now only attack them sub talking Lydiu near here, today, may bo rescued vus expedition during which they upset "Our strunge craft Is bnttllnr n Unlit automatic gun Wrenchluif merged, when it Is uoceiisary to wjiste L PinlJutra'a mbniidoned by loseuo crows tonight. thteo uermau trultm liriuglng troops from the machine they sought tho bravely with the waves of earth now u titrp'slo vvhlrb can often In iIimIr- Comiiottnd Tho tnen were caught bohliul a wall I d,, and u. "f ,, t"1"18 quickest shelter nearby- - n hit nt onrountoreil, anil thu condltiuiiii Inoral to tiso Lydia E. the nubnmrlno it-- 1 uf flro which folio woil mi explosion In t0tt8r" lIl front- Hardly bad tltuy side might be better Imagined than IMnklinm'sSnnatWa wcro cnmpletoly derailed nnd the en- - sunken road. aulf to destruction. We havo found tlio main slope uurly thin inurnlnj, cglno uf the third uppourul to ex- -' reached it when u pattoi of eight described. Hut, thanks to our Wash. Ibegontak-In- g ttol tbey are wry much dhtcoucortod and cannot bo reached. your rotnedioa headgear wd come thru ,U nil, very luvstllii GarnjKna wppvarad. Thu plode. If an armed ship turns on tbeui direct ontlluoklo.OOvrortli airmen opened ftru and tUu gray clad still sinlllnjf, to find oursulvus on thu One of the British pilots during duwn. nr trU to run tht-An old hen was necking at iussc i and in two ntontlu the raid temporarily lost hit bonr-- 1 wurrlurs duokod to cover. Thu pilot eilrte of tho Hun trench, "NlKbt. uitaoka by submarines are stray eurneuaoks In tho yari. w.iu a well woman "Th Huns allow fight hero, ami waa lirod at trout and observer rumalned tbtu i ..u u thu Hi e it oanocuilly tu bo ftiurcd, a it In after three tloctors said 1 never would etfitti urttiil ftn ti,u uuiiiuimm Ihai ine. NTarm ten ininutus bctore lw cited until lata in tbo afternoon with we l'v stand up tu.' ;ht aairu I wns a tnkl-wi'rly ua usy for u vnsol to im u. b la eutta tbuaa tack- - for?" said ;,w,n "' th "J"cnl . U.Ulftil iuAU slngluj; ovir thorn from both tney utva ilixui of rotroatlng. o for eov i year.t and I recommended iu ws ituiuru Wt hmiitihn t:t It 1 lor a aubiuarlu tu nt,nry "Wo leuva them tor nilnutc or tho YogcUM- - Con; c nd to every wo. . i.ttta . !IJIH rockata. la tho sb.ru ot tha k direct loi u Toward dunk they .sallied usually tney run ou , ..,,.,...,.. reloiacd ft vmwi. .', ana fortunably fell Into the bands of , two, in ottler to raw a machine r.un man a) I ,!o b fore l,:clU and UoppUy caw a buplj .1 pot juat ii HHrfaoo nt nlfibt. charulng tbclr op H(0 1B to tt tarpt." 1 lltiy so nicl7 ' " i bin. whereupon hu let no onu a Canadian advanced patrol and wore emplacement which is atlll tlmutui that it 3uroly is aall rot along fcutJoniH: Uema. and luavo tuliind them h rjdaeml b) 5u- - rapidly advancing infantry. of bi bornlM and obtaiuwl a direct able to e'vo viiluafrte'lutorwatlon re-- " 1S via phuauorufctiil wake, ua It dws i 11 v.emen wish to wtto to era I over tho eiulwuk- - woniun. "Wo Junt . hit. tlio depot dtsupiHiuiItiit it) a urcKtt IHrdlriK enemy Iweltioaa. orpidi i.rtKi at iilgbt. Bomst lines! e Iv.il! lMJikJiKhtt.l u umwor ihem." Tii'j ky hue been obscured today imui, uiu anil all. It le uot uecesK-frora- fjunto. All.tbu Ilrltlsh u Mrs.JKtNW InuYLu, M2 E.North St., i uaruo, tho raton the loom uf a .! ' !" n "hot. early dawn, hut the JJrUIalt tafaly, notwithstanding thu Lime, Ohio. liij tax tho sky tino to great riI- For Iniant aad CniWxea Iurse4 of thu night. altiuen, revelling Iu the fighting ' "Tito laat tteneh Droves to lw the Women' who rmfTer "from ilUpltwo- -, U Ii at ulfht only that vautitsf Urn Over Tm Gorman uaeliliiiw rcoutjtly spirit of their great offenatvo uave ! worst, for Jaat m we ar crossing a metste, weakneue, irusgulnriUts, iuv- "sportuBlty to rig up ihns "" to or bearinK-downf bn stop. I believe vouanese, Uckiulw, nrooe-rlhare Inkon on varlugatwl huua, I'll-q- liwn jwuil fnr oyer Ik Ger;tu Hh'W 1"1I " mmmmtm tkftlr amoll trIaM (javiata tu !& I of thu Zi i huvo uw,iud to name, need tho toule rapnrt euctauHturlng tbitu in "trying to aUr un r tre'able," uu the aiurkltiK pla ( gsiawr at oslm otUm tram ke aad herhs oootalt.6il in LydJ Ii' Histrk, and It In in u very awkatU irooja nnd, rc-- mid Htiitlnii oiiq of them put It. ViiilUt, brown Pmlibua'a VtCvUtb!'j Comimunl a ' , as they are fait and epectatl unpopular with the undna beau EXCITING FIGHTS U-BO- CALL ON US For Overcoats, Suits, Odd Pants, Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloaks. Don't miss us. All new and to - Th - c. to Et i Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, ICY. Jj Ger-Cerrn- Q$fttt'ZStw'SMi'SSS.'SyS,'Sj I iom-pletel- y j ud Gov-.A-r- ld " ..-- .! I 1 I " '""cu. . Vj-sa- nd 1 r-- - h en "' .- -- ,,. jiL-htl- '" , ",!f.--O- ne i ( v- t , Is svr-ioiH- lv d Ger-whi- , t k VV a il ts - -- .. d y il ' I - uiiii-iaiB- ' Vlcuii-Amwlc- BROKEN DOWN .,,.,,,., . M HEALTH hostile-mncliiiiu- s n , ly .,, ,,, ,,, r(l u, com-men- Vor-otnb- lo i ; 1 J f'f if ; h aftaW-ward- s-- ' CASTOR !A For ur a m is jff Wt37& 30 Yor U 1, r mii'mmtimmmfmtimmmmfmjrziLi'm i ''ii'TaWli-nr- ' fALfkpL, A. ijrr-- ,,.',. MiniAVitii iti H' iiilitftflilli II tm '" "CALLS ROBSEVtLT SENTIMENTALIST HNIMjni,IHIIi:i) INCIDKNT KB- - as neither Congress nor our President can othcrwlso urouHC. The New Kra. --- MISS RANKIN IS LIKED IN THE HOUSE Tin :ati:d !am,i:i) "now hi: Till: kbmbm- - HKKKD" MAINB GAKDNEIl Washington, April 28. Tho first woman Congressman generally Is liked by her men colleagues. Their attitude toward her mny best bo likened to thnt of a big family of boys to m the ono sister. They all nre anxious fjUJJO.OOO FOHTUNK IH to do something for her and In a INHKKITKI) HV SCKUIt GIRL kind, brotherly way aro overwhelming her with attention. Portland, Ore, April 28. After Miss Knnkin Is taking it all with working two years and a half scrub- dignified composure. a She has not SHIP SPAKKD ItV bing doors ami cleaning windows In been swept of! her feet, nor Is AS KIIBMi SMAmiKO UOATS a Portland ofllco building nnd reor unfriendly. She evidently ceiving $40 a month, Miss Mao lu nf tlin tnlllil Hint ttlrfiu fionnli, nnil Copenhagen, April 28 (via Len grnnddnughter of to her, even men nro people. don.l The Norwclgan bark Thokln, the lato T. II. McMahan, lumberman, Miss Knnkin Is a good typo to in it a .Nor- of Duluth, Is tho heiress to half of .ervo ns (list woman Congressman. i' lilfli has safely reached . Few AincrU'aiirt over ucorded Mr. ""-""- his estate, valued at $120,000, and She Is " "" ""without being btb" " Koo'Kovult any n'litlinontiil feeling beside will share with her mother, pretty or benutiful. Sho wears good tmiKiig hi tho war zone to the fact when ho organized tliu Rough Ridorx .Mrs. Hoso Hanson, $15,000 In cash clothes gracefully, but could nut be ' thai tho "warning cliot" from n Gern for service during tbo man submarine whic'i approached Miss McMahan will como into her barged with being "dressy." Sho1 War. Din Implied condishnro'of the estate when she becomes Is tjioroly womanly; docs not sug- -' her r.nmHhed both of the bark's lilc tion for tbo organization, then as 21 years old, but the $15,000 will bo gest thu hardvlsagcd feminist of the Loatf. Tills led tho submarine com-- ii now, tbiit bis mon must bo ad- given her and her mother by July 1. cartoons, nnd at tho same timo sho nni.or, who was unable to tako tin mired of MTvicn at the front. rrow on board, to spare tbo vessel. Tho girl Is now taking caro of her ivolds S'y in li tliy with Mr Roosevelt In grandmother, Mrs. Mary Packard, of tious orany suggestion of tho flirta- Vctsels now arriving hero report coy. t Ills dotslrc to assist Franco haH promthnt the Germans arc employing Holmont, la., who previous to the IIils Courage Of Conviction. pted mi1 to dli; from among no mo old Utong tho British coast a new sysgirl's recent good fortune, had As to buffrnge, tho fact that she papers positive proof that Huiillmout to Icavo her $10,000 and an an- ta In fonirmRS iq tin? Iirt.t rtvlrlnun,. tem of Siamese twin mines, rcsult- inovod him to thu unll&lmcnl of the "' '" a l0"Ul CXpIOSlOIl Which IS nual Income of $1,000 n year If Mae tt.nl Ml nn,l tlnnklt. ... ...... ........ a.... ...... W . (..w.. Uotigli Hldurn, and, It In tuoro than 'insure the Instant destruction would live with her for companionTo ohtr.ln the ballot for woman said to '1st likely, that lontlmellt Is again swayof any ship, no mnttcr what her size. ship. is tho one big thing to her. Other ing him in inaMiiK his request to the ssues sho views rather broadly I'losldont for permlFAlou to carry the Heard 'Hint All Klght. IHI.IjV Sl'NDAY WINS. lerhaps typically. She is not slant- .. k to the battlo front of France. "Has the doctor been here to miuded nor an extremist. Her mind Roosovolt, Yours ago, Theodore Gotham Falls For Kvnngellsfs Meth- s open nud honest and sho has evi day?" asked tho wife. then Just resigned as Assistant Sec"Yes, ho has," replied tho gouty ods, Damns Kaiser. dent courage to back her convictions hUBinlHi retary or tho Navy In order to oroven tho she may vote in tears ganize tho Itough Uldem, allowed mo "What did ho sny?" New York, April 2S. Tho Rev. Her voto against war was a good . navy rcolver witli which ho said Illlly Sunday "Two dollars." Yonkers Stateshas hit tho IJIg City at illustration. Sho had expected to flie had resolved to kill at least one just the right angle. Whatever opinman. Spaniard. The revolver had been ion may bo held as to this evange- vote for war. She had not given tho matter much thought, but her brothShould GiMoro Often. on board the battleship Maine when list's sincerity, his theology and his er , who also was her backer and Now. It wasn't often that ulie watt hunk In Ilaana harbor, ami the methods, all must ngreo that ho Is campaign manager, had advised hcrlC(itor wunt t0 church, but tho other Col. Iloosctclt planned to carry it tho past grand mnstcr of tho art of wrongly to voto a "man's voto" on Sunday night, just to plcaso his wife, during the war and with partly publicity. His trlumphunt entry Into ho war Is.sue. He assured hef that tho murder of tho American sophisticated, novelty-sa- t otherwise Bhe would discredit herself ho went. In tho middle of the sermon, how who wont to their death thru la tod New York is tho Dnal test. and Justify the charge that women v,,,. slle was astonished to see him Spanish trtnehery. Scoffers predicted thai here ho were ail alike and opposed to war snatch up his hat nnd hurry away. After the chargo of tho Hough would find his Waterloo. Ho has Calling a taxi ho bowled along to Hiderri up San Juan Hill 1 asked Col. furnished colossal entertainment and for sex reasons. Miss Knnkin heard all tho debate his oUlce and found his staff loungKooseve.lt If ho had "remembered tho where on tho war resolution. excitement for communities Shu planted ing around waiting for instructions. Maine?" such aro rare. Hut with concentrat- herself in the Senato when the debate HI, you fellows!" he cried. "What JIo told me that ho had not ed, continuous and exciting enter- '.egan and was thero when the votoare J0H nBh,B j.out like this for? Ills pledge, and described how tainment, Gotham, the continent's was taken Then sho did the same Why aro't you out on tho big story? it had been fulfilled. playground. Is saturated, they con- thing in the House. Uy midnight of , , x shau lr thl8 sort ot UllnBa Roes Ho was Nit lulled and bo was I. tented. Her gay citizens as Mr. SunSome months after Uio incident day himself might have put It, wore the day the voto was taken she had discharge tho lot of you." "Hig story. What big story?" referred to, thinking to ono duy too busy paving with coin tho prim- about mi.de up her mind to voto "Why, just heard it! Our write tho ttory of "How Roosevelt rose path to prediction to have left against war, and she then retired to Jtemembered the Mnino," I wrote to either timo or money for the saw- her room In the House ofllce building I vicar's got the gist of it. Hustle to have a final session with herself noW( quIcltt aml get out a special on Gov. Uoosevelt at Albiuiy, recalling dust trail leading to Hllly's shopit. Tho Egyptian army was crossing bis Hontlmental resolve, and nsked worn thrills. This entertainer, it wan alone and behind locked doors. t'uus Kiir Sbs. the Itcd Sea, nnd tho wholo hunch him to tell mo Just how he came into held, had already rung ecry possibIt haxl been widely heralded that Wcro drowned." possession of the navy revolver ho le change in his repertoire all ahout Miss Rankin sobbed when she dehad once showed inc. tho country till Now York pipers livered her vote; which is true. But Jthcnmatisra. The letter which I received In re- had exhausted his possibilities. So it is not generally known If you aro troubled with chronic that a te1 have kept all theso years and ply much for Mr. Sunday's chances 'hero legram announcing the death of a or muscular rheumatism glvo Cham- tho most appropriate timo for Ita In peace time. Then add to this that near relative was dellverod to her ' berlain's Liniment a trial. Tho st publication seems right now: his coming ooincided with the outbefore the balloting and that lief from' pain which it affords is "State of New York. break of the war which Is absorbing thero were other causes for emotion ! alono worth many times its cost. Oil "Executlvo Chamber, Albany, everyone's attention to the exclusion man tno mere contemplation of war. tainablo everywhere. hi ' "January 23, 1S99. of everything else. With It, too, That Miss Ha nk In Is possessed of "My Dear Mr. Campbell: comes tho call for war relief conThe Spirit of Hope ".Replying to your esteemed fav- tribution!). In whnt would your New a largo measure of tact is amply "I hopo you appreciato tho fact, evidenced by tho breakfast which or of tho 20th Instant, would say, Yorkers more complacently econo was given In her honor tho day ot sir, that in marrying my daughter thnt tbo revolver camo from the mize for this purpose than it his generous marry a her arrival In Washington. This ' Maine. I don't know who owned It. offering to soul havers? broakfnt wai pulled off under the sirl?" brolherIu-luw- , It was given to mo by my Then enter Hilly with the double-barrele- Joint aasplces ot tho Woman's Party '1 lIo slr"- - -- wlth emotion "and I Capt Cowles, of tho Kern, which brand new pronouncement (nee tho Congressional Union) and hope sho inherits thoso qualities from of was In Havana harbor at tho tlnio that ho would make his tabernacle a tho National American Woman Suff- - her father!" tbo blowing up of tbo Maine. recruiting station for the United rago Association, nnd on her right I am, "With great regard Huri-jInMatters. States army and that ho would not was Miss Allco Paul, ot tho first i "Very truly jours, tako ono cent of tho offerings for association, and on her left, Mrs. ' A ''''""delphla servant sought her I ROOSEVELT." "T. himself. Carrio Catt, of tho second organiza- - u8tress with the announcement that To militarists, tho transportation And ho had Now York. Ho cap- tion; and no scratches wero oxchang- - lier "10ther was s'c,c an'1 tUat sho of tomn 20.000 Americana to tbo Uu-- ! tured Gotham's first pnges as a part (,,! therefore desired permission to go ropivui battlo front scorns paltry and of the war news. And wo'ro going n fcw days' Miss coll- - llomo for not worth while, but to tho senti- up to the old baseball grounds lu eagues Ilankin has had a lot of "Certainly." said tho woman, "but to get acquainted with. Every mentalist, tho preaenco of theso few droves to hear tho Kaiser and all ho do ,,ot stay lo"Bcr llmn accessary, fiit our countrymoii lighting for Kran-c- o stands for damned In terms such as ono of tho 134 membersIt of thol. House. wo ced yu-- " Knl felt tho first ilav thnt and right moans an encourage- only Illlly Sunday can command. A week passed and not a word oinn duty to meet tho member from ment not to bo lightly reckoned. From present Indications, thobo who Montana, und Itepresenatlvo John J. from tho maid. Then n noto camo Tho French aro essentially sentl-- 1 had li I in booked for tho routo folEvans, of Missoula, suddenly found which read: mentallsto. Wo havo heard or their lowed by tho lato John Alexander "Dear Mrs. Jones: I will bo back himself a3 "colleaguo from Montana,' enthusiastic domoiiHtrntlon of wol- -' Dowlo aro doomed to disappointment. a person of largo next week. I'loaso keep my placo nnd pleasant re como to tho American freighter that j sponsibilities. Ho is now almost as for me, as my mother Is dying ns fast was tho first or our hliips to tan mm Tliainberlrtln's Tablets Have Uono well known in tho Houso as tho lady as sho can." Harper's Wonders for Mo." n French port after tho Gorman edict from Montana. capwurfarc. Tho TUB LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, "I havo been n sufferer from stom-lic- it of ruthless Miss Rankin has a hard job. If troublo for a number ot years, sho pleases THE SATURDAY EVENING POST tain of that blilp was lionized by half tho suffragists sho THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN Franco; French sentiment bad been and although I havo used a great will bo pretty suro to offend tho and to securo sparo time ot a wish number of remedies recommended n roused. other half. If sho pleases ono politi- man or woman tho to act as local reprel'lcturo then, If you can, tho en- for this complaint, Chamberlain's cal party sho will offend tho other. sentative in Hartford and vicinity, thusiasm of Franco at tho disembar- Tablets Is tho first medlclno that has And every girl In tho State and dis- looking after tho renewals of their ot theso American troopa at given mo posltlvo and lasting relict," kation trict who wants n Job and can't cet many subscriptions In this section, o writes Mrs. Annu Kadln, Spencer-por- t, a port "soraqwhtro" In Franco: will bo qulto suro that woman sufsig,'N, Y "Clinmburlaln'B Tablets it introducing theso publications tho demonstration and the frage is a failure. Loulsvlllo Her- andnow when theso to havo dono wonders for mo and I readers. Payment will bo nificance to Franco ald. Obtainable mnde in salary and commission. Premarch thru Paris on their value thorn highly." ., . overywhoro. in vious experience is deslrablo but not way to tho front. essential. For details address, with needs this encouragement Franco Tho True Cause of Gloom. FOR FLETCHER'S references, Dox 6G4,' THE CURTIS and wq owo It to her, and more. In A friend had observed that the extertnlty iJifayotto camo to us PUDLISIIIKG COMPANY, Independour Roobo-vo- lt Highlander was wrapped lu im17t2 ence Square, Philadelphia. in much tho same spirit Mr. the MOW: THAN FOUK MIMiION Intends going to France, ami, In penetrable gloom. He asked to cause, and at last was reluctantly InCompleting tlio Kpltapli KOLDIKHS KIM.KI) IX W.Vll her oxtrcmlty, wo should hasten "Did you hear about tho defneo-menow that our Government has formed: her of Mr. Skinner's tombstone?" ricrlln, April 28. According "It's that mon McTavlsh. Ho callto seen lit to openly array us on tho ed mo a liar!" .nnuervatlvo eatlmr.teH, over 4, )') -- asked Mr. Drown n tow days after ot humanity and civilization. uldo His friend tried to console him, 000 soldiers liavo been lcillol smco tho funeral ot that eminent captain Theodore Roohovclt is ono of tho can orgaulzo such a body ot explaining that many u initii had ttio present war began," says tlio of Industry. few who "No, what was It?" Inquired his u very been called u llnr and was uono tho Vnrwaerts. How many pcoplo ere udvcnterou3 Americana In Tho emblem oi nuuny worso for It, Tho gloomy ono roused nblo to form n. clear Idea wlnt tlici? neighbor curiously. short timo. huddenly, and with uoiuo beat, ex- tcrrlblo sacrlllcca mean? "Someone added tho word 'friends.' an not bo carried to tho German :f thu 4,000.000 vlctinm wero to tho epitaph." too quickly and tho sight' claimed: trenches "Whut was tho epitaph?" "Dut I tell ye, mon, ho proved It." piarvliingiii eiobo lorinuliou, without ot theso Americana off to tho war "Ho did his best." cuvu'ry and wagon trains, It would ouch a stimulus to enlistment will bo Theodore Koi)9volt may liavo his i rltlcs, but Bay whnt Uioy will he, iiomohow, hns thii Inanition to lilt Oio null on the head lu u crisis when Inyullty and Americanism la In the lalanco. After ninny jours of oliscrvatlon It litems probable Hint Mr. Roosevelt Is more of a gontlmcntallHl tliiin we liavn given hi in credit for. lie lina orti-been accused of egotism, but HClllolll Of 8UIItilIIlltflltHIll. Ills ilc- itlro to rccurlL tilts body of Americans to go to Krniicu la, perhaps, prninpl-h- I by u wIbIi to get Into action, but bentl-lellmro must be considerable nt tiprlug ('olds Aro Dangerous. Sudden changes of tempcraturo nnd underwear bring spring colds with stuffed up head, sore throat and general symptoms. 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Want To Be at pic-tur- Am-Orlea- ns Children Cry CASTORfA You can bo a success, and a big success, if you havo AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. Tho road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite for proparodness. Tho big men of today almost without exception aro tho men who prepared yesterday. Wo prepare you for tho position that are waiting 1 for iho prepared man or woman. Sohool in session the entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and 1 receive proper classification. , nt 1 Oiihe J Kb l lii (Incorporated) I OWENSB0R0. KY. .Til-Hlt- b. ll ! 1 " last month to extend an Invlta- I lion to Theodore Roosevelt o visit the French trenches, on behalf of Wo nro authorized to announro Uit Franco, which wns widely printed. 1 Announcements for coun-- i Xiilfco flntwd accorrtlni- - to nw nt th PoMoftlr Two armed, American ships have column un- candidacy of WITH R. understand now that Col. RoomjvcU ty olficcs published In thisIn advance.- tho RepublicanMRS. I. S. MASON t s IfortfoM, Kj., m raMI miltr of the Mconil boon sunk by the Germans this week TO nomination or Sunc-nntlAM, decided ho must decline regret- - " tho Primary. $.'..00 and two days yet remain In which to r.n liitendont of Schools of Ohio coun '"""- - """ fully. Now Col. Arthur Lynch, iho work. Subject to tho Primary Klectlon, S.M Editor AtXISOX .T. UARNETT unlay, August 4, 1017. j famous Irish hero, who fought In the Fop Hoprc-cntJitJManager e KHOL'LD RALW. S. TINSLKY,. .Business Arc you going to Sunday School on Boer army In South Africa, where We arc authorized to announce the LY TO FLAG FOR DUTY l.V For Jiillcr. tho day for which there Is a special now he Is a member of Parliament. candidacy of L. L. KMIIKV for the to announce W are TRENCHES. to invitation? for Hcpre- - Icnndldacy authorized HHROADEK U Republican nomination Address all communications tells me that Col. Uooscvelt might , . of M. C. frr ni.t-ii.- ... Subject .if I mler the world a service by lead- fhe Hartford Republican. Sa turuaj. tHo ltepubllcan nomination for JaJ- As mvat goes up, less of It goes V',h QMo connt. gi)Jcct (o lug an organization of down, at our house. Prlmnry Klectlon, Saturday, AuBe ', . . LOOK FOR SUBMARINES cans more, especially than other ;'NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Wr are authorized to announce the1 . 191" ,tt Americans, and all other Irish to thu dtvlrlnfr the tajr fnt t" , iabMrlb raised m?T thk (J drew milt Btve the olJ qddrree In mnlilnir the i fan war. We are authorized to announce th. EXERCISES AUK POSTPONED tequeet. " r"en ". v'f ' .. county. Sub - candidacy of J. W.DUVALL- - for t.n Allies Predict Sure Victory, Sir Alfred Yarrow Offer 9100 To Bn!ne I.ocnl nnd Notice 10c jir Ho- - Mnd Sc Col. Lynch said to me this niorn-;jct0 the Primary Klectlon Satur Republican nomination for Jnllcr ( per line tor enrb mlclltloiiiil Invrtlnn OfT Any Ono SiRhUnp Owing to the Inclemency of tho to tho Ohio county. Subject Ing that America's entrance to tho' day, August 4, 1917. Obltaarlra, ltpotutlon ami Curd ot Th inkie exL. S. Shore. Election, Saturday, August 4, weather on lastVSaturday, the line, monej In ndtnnre, war makes allied victory absolute We are authorized to announce the 1917. eksrch Notice for wrvle tn. but oth-- r ercises which were to have gohc with ly certain. Now If America might lln. for tho lie- candidacy of 'i.! dfe rtlemnt. Sc the Flag liaising, at the Court House also help In a solution of the peren- - ....,,,, '. ,', HILL ii..i.rw..nfn - We are authorized to announce tie no will recflr ttm nonjmon commnnltlon London, April 30. Sight a Ger wero set forward to Saturday, the h. li.ai'i,l for the nlal Irish problem, she would achieve tlvc of Ohio County. Subject to the cantlldnry or Mention rh hnmnrrnu' .it i :.iii. 11. in. ituuu man submarine from an American for Jailer nt more toward Increasing tho world Primary Election. 'Saturday. August Hpubllrnn nomination to tho , . a lame attendance is expected. . Ohio county. Subject Prlmv shin wltliln twentv-fou- r . miles of tlie'. ,nt- ' . nannincss than anv natinn ry Klectlon. August 4, 1317. 3r, A committee on program nas occn American coast, and if you arc ""'j.-- a Susa'cexlaxii ... i...1..rt i'.... r.. .... nnnnlntAil rnn:ttlll P fit ATeSllameS ' Anw.i.tin nlflvAn nti.1 nnn nt tUn rlpct "" Personally the majority of the juithorlzed to announce the ' Wo aro authorized to annottnrc tho Judge tjlrce t0 do so, Sir Alfred Yarrow, tne C. M. Darnett. S. O. Keown. n,..ii.i'nv '..f m Irish h.ivo bron nn tim kMk nf ttin i'iumz fnr the candidacy of S. A. LKK for the H- . r i .. hi., juuM.. ' . for iii 1 S"'P uuucr' ""at .MAY I jno. beginning of th,, war. Republican nomination for Judge of piiiiucun nomination to tho Jailer FHIDAY aif8 from tho Following you $100. Primarj.ttiU I IU. 14. S. Howard. ouiliy i ouri. ohhji;;i u Ohio county. Subject 191 trlulm..ti ti!it I realize' dint many iriMiiuitn Hit Uiuo i 1. c,..,.,.,v An. Klectlon, August I, Is tho program aranged and adopted Somc tme ag0 hc lnil(,c such a have been mufti by ihp 0i.i a ,: ,. ' "- - n.....,. lm.,,1,... " '""' " " ' Owing to the fact that the Editor by the committee: offer to Englishmen on English ships !rc with I.nJand. We nro authorized to announce tt W. H. llarncs and he has gladly paid a dozen re- of the Republican, Mr. Allison J. Opening remarks ' of .1. T. WKDIMNC for the V nrn Jlv svmnntlilnc nrn trlnnl..-ilUIn nimnnnro Iho . Napier Rev. it. Harnett, whom we very much regret Prayer wards. Yesterday morning I wired ., m," Pranre . I i,nrrinn.i , candidacy of It. It. WHDDLNd ftr Republican nomination for Jailer ( ., ., ,,, ., - !.. . . .mm tn clvo un. has clven his services to ("Star Snanuled Banner.". .. .School " " ,i, J li ce llio Iter.i hi pnn iinniliintlon that the briliant republic of tho Onlo County Court. torSubject T Election, August 4, ID17. Ozna Sliults to Americans. Ilo telegraphs an enthe country In Its hour of need, ths "Our Flan" crushed under the heel of an 'n- - (0 ,.,,. iri,nry Election. Saturday. Amelia Pirlle thusiastic assent. business manager has assumed sole Recitation col nt military power. I was r.t - ' August 4, 1917. We aro authorized to announce th - 'select Reading ..Mrs. J. IS. Wilson responsibility, at least for this par candldncy of CHARLEY .IOMNKO.V Sir Alfred has found that the re- - irus from the start for Irishmen to' Otto Martin We feel that wo "Slackers" a-number. ticular e are autiiorize.i to a nnouiice ior in. uej uuuean nomma ion lor ward stimulates to watchfulness and no uiiole henrtullv Into the war to Subject to t. 11. MARTIN for of Ohio County. know barely enough to be conscious j "My ' Old Kentucky Homo" that a reward for sighting a sub-- ; cni-- h the L.ms whose ideals . yJ Uopul)IIcfin ofnonition for Judge thi Jailer of tho Primary Election. Saturday. Roy Scouts Yet we have re- of our Inability. forei-jtr. 2rlh is hotter than a reward for tradit'oia. th0 Ohio County Court. Subject to gust 4, 1017. Mrs. I. S. Masoa Perhaps j "Red Cros.s" . Eolved to do our utmost. sinking one, because It Is difficult to but. ihey still were nursing tiiiir'the Prlmnry Election, Saturday, Au- I wn rlnn't Invn nnr enemies and those ''Soldiers of theSoil" 1J1 a dlsannearliiK rr.ncor. nnd were indomitably d"i- - R"8' I W art authorized to announce tho . . Judge Jno. R. Wilson determine whether who would despiteful) use us. as we candidacy of ('. A. .SMITH for tho submarine sinks voluntarily after it aul to announce are commanded, but we do believe j "Mother's Part In tho War,' are for Jnlltr of . was cotnpr'ltKl to admit Sailors ar has been fired upon. that'.nifllllllfirv autnorizen . 1 M V fnr tho ' lmbllcan nomination Inthntl.!...... f llH Ci.l.tn, .if .1 A tll'l.l nhln Onnnfl ... Mrs. J. S. Glenn that we fully appreciate our friends I could do would touch the Republican naturally carekss oi their own fate-- ' Judge of Election. Saturday. August 4. 1317.' nonilii.it ion for A. D. Kirk and kindly assistance rendered, of "Our Yolunteers" ty, and It Is hard to make them 'leurl of my crutnrymen. I was :c 'the Ohio County Court. Subject to' which, we ask of all when consistant "Our Part as Citizens With Our n Primary Election. Aug. 4, 1917. V are authorized to annotinco the nevr-'th- e . ... minted In t'io Judge J. fa. watchful. you don t country nt War like If to 'give. '" randldiicy of WORTH TICIIPAOK , V aro In good tlms jn.iers as a covord and a dastard. l' A submarine borizpd to nnnounco the f.p ltnnntMln.111 immlnniin,, Glenn. . this sheet and the manner In which ......... ......... tn ... ,.,. rpnll.-Pi- l . ... .1 -- " tnnlr vlvnnlnt nn.l I umo cailllltlaC) ant HII.Ah Ij. ft ri;i I'N.--i Ior,Jaii.r lmof ...,.......-.- county Subject ,w. "- -J raruij ims u i. ...i.ti. tan iiuuh"-'- . iu niiivu OI O llo to it is conducted, please help us by Closing Remarks. - 1"1 '"'gereo, inotigu woigiung all the Republican nomination for Judge the Primary Election. Saturdny, McDownll A Foei'. nnd an armed vessel not taken un keeping it to )ourself, or Just tell inings i realized tnat the standpoint ot me unio county lourt. Mioject 4, 1917. EveryloJy awares can fight effectively. us. If by some chance you should "America" iuuriiav. of the allies was right for Irishmen.!" tho 'Tlmary i.ieciiun, Supreme. Rritisli like the paper well enough to harbor Aueust 4' ,1"; , , We arc authorized to nnnouncc An authoritlvo military export as for the balance of clvillzeil human- -' candidacy .1. V. PERRY for tho a kind thought or two, or if without Don't Re To OIiIIrIiik. Now America has entered there U Wo aro aut,0rhcd to announce the Republican of says, in reviewing the week's fight- nomination for Jailer of doing too much violence to your cou At a court of inquiry hold by Interest can bo no doubt. No country In .candidacy of WINSON SMITH for the Ohio county. Subject to tho Prl- science you can utter a kind word, Judge John H. Wilson, in the County ing, that three features stand out in regard to the battles of the world, save France, has risen to Republican nomination for Judge of niary Election, Saturday, August j Bay It, and in that manner help us. Attorney's office at Hartford, on iArras: ch heights, pointing ,0 ideals ; ' British superiority in gun Vrr i Either way in which you see the Wednesday of this week it was . igust 4, 1917. - velopcd that a number of small boys powder, uritisn recovery or air ao - ;""""' Wo aro authorized to announce tho abovo mentioned, don't fornov, K is easy lo urge iniu an. IcantllrtacT of I'. M. mtOU'.V for tin you j 0f tho Clear Run neighborhood, a initiation, and the hard fighting by!' get to pay that subscribtion We are authorized to announce the Republican nomination for Jifller of bo guided fearlessly by Irishmen owe, not that we need or care forjfow miles north of Hartford, hail the Germans in open warfare, which events, letting details arrange ; candidacy of L. II. TICHKNOH for .Ohio county. Subject to tho Prlma-- . money, but the Man who sup- - been getting quite a good deal of is using uo. reserves intended for a'Kreat the the Democratic nominat on for Judge rv Election ' Saturday AuK,,sl 4- th. or Russia. 'of tho Ohio County Court. Subject! 19 17 ' plies us with paper, ink, rollers, 'whiskey ami were trequently under blow at guns arc literally j Ono thing should dominate Irjsh t0 tho Primary Election Saturday, The German postage, stationary, yes, even tho Us iutluenco at church and other - feeling. Old Glory has enttreuVtho j Augitbt 4. 1917. For A"csMr. Roys In tho back part, and the wife gatherings. Tins condition had been swamped by the weight ot tho RritH Has been Ireland's best is due to the increase ''RUtWo nro authorized to announco the home, for some foolish reason or going on for u good while, and the ish fire. This at For County Attorney and Irishmen whose convic guns, not to any We nro authorized to announce the candidacy of . E. WARD for tho oi tlieo buys in tho British other are all clamoring for money so lathers and iiiuiht-r-- uu... guns ul " candidacy of A. I. KIRK for the y that they almost make uslrvd c .. .f .he oroasc m tne uumi.er 01 t.erman "7o . Mr BnMee he suhttaiim.l earnest! l,le ca',u,re ot 10" " ' V upon the n "(S sl0WI' believ e they aro in need. So if you i community had culled . . ? uimur .."" oiarsnami."" 7 B w lurnvj ui nomination for County At- - ma Elcct,oll; Saturday. Augus 4. . aunjvci to .g., niripos, uie uiuu ciiuiii-pa) up, we will ..IMinr Lount) Attoniej ami (.ouuin Judge ' SU11S Oil Villiy Ki'lgO that tho HUH ueari ? ,'I Kiiuii) under no other flag. It behooves no tin. Primirv Election, Saturday, au- , ., ., , , nlcntv still I"..p MiibMbho. ,....,..! It is due ah--o to the existence of (Irishman or other lover of freedom w.,w, 11,1 ....1 II..I.1-1- . We are authorized to announce the ..I... uwubu nln vmu....., nalltt.ilQ - WQlt lnnrni. o- -. For County Court Cleric. un n1n.iml,n.i au.i- their llilhor. C. DAUUHEKTY for Wo aro authorized to announce the candidacy of 'incr . . .. irreat air h:ittles of tho! America will toll heavily In tho the Republican nomination for noiUC oviiuiiec liisteiifil suspicion," from the" " V If dear old G. Washington, cfnild. ... ..-.1- In ...l.tnl. ,1... llI,t.f. m.n 1.war. It seals it absolutely. The candidacy or rt C. liLAMCP.NSHIP tice of Peace, Roslno Magisterial JDis. lit "lll.ll illt i.l.l.r.t, I.C11 ' have been aroused from his Ion? upon same uiiose iuiik nro f.lM tor for tho Republican nomination at heavy cost, attained their object Stars and Stripes were never made County Court Clerk of Ohio county. trict. Subject to tho Primary Elecbiiimner, ond da itrentl), when the not given - lor publication. 'Also of driving thO'Germans from the air. to float over a disgraced and beaten Subject to the Primary Election, tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. I tli-t Ticnch, the British, arms oniilncd du- - : the inquiry it '.o'-jthe Gorman Gun positions, people. Therefore, let all Irishmen Saturday, August 4, 1917. - All young General Iloovtr, a hou of CllfU I'nclo Samuel were lov!usl Wo are authorized to announco the though cunningly hidden, were de- abandon their characteristic habit of ' Wo are authorized to announce the candidacy of JAS. A. HOLING for tho their respective riags uptn ton Hoover, hud been making fre- - tected miles "behind their front aud living too much in the past. I bebring- candidacy of M. V. CHUMI.KY for the Republican nomination for or ' nf ronnsn hp would nrah. riuent trins lo Ooiihuro and entrance means a Republican nomination for County tho Peace, Sulphur SpringsJustice lieve America's District. t 'mothered by the BrltlBh fire ably have looked on the proccediiir!lns back considerable quautui-- i . satisfactory solution of tho Irish Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject Suhjoct to tho Prlmnry Election, Sat.,.., ..-...-..,.,.... whiskey for and somtlimos pardonable suspicion. oeen lorceu question, as well as tho destruction to tho Primary Electiou, Saturday, urdny, August 4, 1917. 4"C enemy nas no his littlo brother, Wilbur Hoover., ' lor of the Huns. My suggestion is that August 4, 1917. i M trenches to fight open Wo are authorized to announco thn or three In the Courttrj'h hour of need, Upon one would rally around to gain time Jor the completion Wo aro authorized to announce tho candidacy of K. V. JACKSON for ago. the evidence showed lie'" proverbial Champ Clark, llko tho by Theodore Roosevelt, candidacy of L. H. CO.N'DIT for tho tho Republican nomination for Jusirom" Ovvenboro- one of the HtndonbcrB line. His reserves a forco led Missouri mule, bucked at tho wrong brought back for Comity tice of tho Peace, Beaver Dam Disi 1,avo recklessly and and, if permitted, I myself would go Republican nomination ear-olwhUk-- ) ior his If. ) time, but in this particular case the ' quart of and recruit Irishmen in Ireland to Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject trict. Subject to the Primary Elecup rapidly. iue uriiisn tosses smii one ueu to tho Primary Election, August 4, tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. nulling back of tho lead ass UlUli ' l.r'mhor. wiu.nr irnnvi.r. So Join Roosevelt's banner, as soon as It 1917. .Miiiiiiii Hoover, have been gratifyingly small. team at quart ror in- - foii-bother tho remainder of the We aro authorized to annotinco tho ago. far,- - every objective set by Field reaches this side. All Irishmen love nil. np If von nrnfer it. tho olo houn- - who is about If. or hi jears of or M. 1?. rilOWIH'K for ; candidacy Marshal Hnig has been ijjijno.j nt n Amerioot tihd would join Col. RooseFor Sheriff. "r " iKt W'M "!"" dorg hit tho wrong end of tho trail, Wo are authorized to announeo the I the Republican nomination tor velt hot only from Ireland and the wliieb forbids any smaller cost than was expected. This ''aW o KeiUui'-- y. .'.,', or fi. A. HALPll ror the 'co of the Peace, Roslne Magisterial Canada, 'V give or pro- - Is duo (o gun superiority, enabling United States, but from district. Subject to tho Primary Reie-MIcborfof crossing of tho one to tcU, nomination Ry somo Australia and Now Zealand, not to Ohio county. Subject tor Sheriff of- Lloction, Saturday, August 4, 1917 to the PrlI ""f11 him to save life and reap the ur"","r 'n flag which was to have antagonist, mary Election, Saturday, AugUBt 4, be fighting for their old -wires, the fin loenl finiioti loriitnry. and alfO fit of two years of giant organization England, but for humanity, under 1917. . We are authorized to nnnouncc tho boon raised owr lli,-- I ...tft house on yoliUM ,uw whl,h forbi9 (urn. and manufactiiro In Great Ur.tijn Ul0 candidacy of W. S. IIPAX for tho Refroedom'3 glorious banner, tho Stars Inht Saturday til i o'clock, was run and Amcricu. filing Intoxlwiiln imuJr to n minor. We are authorized to announco the publican nomination for Justice or aud Stripes. up about ono hour ahead of time and Ko Kensatlonal advanco may bo for tho Peace, Sulphur Springs Magltor- Yoiinu iloovi-- r v..ia lrmiiediatoly readily candidacy of S. A. ItltATCHF.ItSlier- - M1'1 district. Subject to tho Primary No leader would bo raoro as a result but few were present aud jtrn-slofor somo time. Gen. Maurice tho Republican noulnation for and v. hen no viat tMtdo to Subject to th" M'ctlmi, Saturday, August 4, 1917. ya: 'ollowed to glory and death if neces- Iff or Ohio county. a great many dlsapiointnl. realise that ho had iululetl tlie law director of military operations, i .1nov sary, than tlie wonderful Amorican, Primary Election. Saturday, August tnnst beat tliom in the ont-iplacis b ow trip lo Ownii-)Oi- "Vi '. W. :ro authorized to announce tho He, easier than any 4. 1J17. or the, calendar-man- , in four The weather-ma- n etiiui'd.icy of S. W. I.KACII for the pltad guilty They aro In front ot their new lino, Roosevelt. ho ltiinifdiHi-l- v tho tn clnnil nml llcht or perhaps both, appear to and l.otauso of lii. tnilvr year, lm rmil Inrr-f.iIt Other mall might organize Wo aro authorized to announco the 1: ptnillcaii nomination for Justloo or to fight Gorman candldncy ot G. P. .IONF.S for the ti i' Peace. Beaver Dam Magisterial world's Irishmen -. have, bllpped March In whom May it permitted lo pay tine of $50.00 will take work, but there is no doubt barbarism. Edward Marshall in Republican nomination for Sheriff d' itict. Subject to tho Primary ought to bo. Ordinarily wo Repub and costs In wi iw"'. wniio tne other of tho result." t. of Ohio county. Subject to tho Pri- Eietion, Saturday,o August 4, 1917. Italy and Russia are relieved for licans, homo oi uh uU.u M; .1 pPnlll.g hlcl mary Electiou, Saturday, August 4, lun.e cafcCH-r- e just the Democratic way of a.lmlnlst- time, and altogether if the BritWe are authorized to announco the ,iel..1()r$ wth lL.uve t0 rfim tho 1917. StiarjK'ii Kor) thitiK Rut your Wits. candidacy of .1. Y. HAftlCHMAN for erlng affair Ijn - talo tlu-County ish decisively win tho Arras battle. n nmtlon of the Plow points ground on short noWo aro authorized to announco tho tho Democratic nomination for JusAttorney, If at any time his conduct Ii any case, tho attack is much tice by power driven tools. All kiuds candidacy or S. K. BENNETT ror the tice of the Peace, Hartford Maglster-ia- l Doily. H With all duo respect to weakened by tho Gorman loss of a shoulrd rcqiiiro it. District. Subject to Primary of woodworking and bKicksmithing : Democratic... nomination ...tor!. .Sheriff or Eloctlou, Saturday. Autx. the 1917. .. ;.,.,.. strategic rosorve. Ioks u bit 11K0 iwuser urn n um O..I.I..... 111 Mil' iiuiiirj 4, Tliosoyouiigni.il. and qorvirl iuio cuimi. h.Iov i AlKMIGl 1tl.l. ,,. ..,....... .,.,, miii-i'v- , done to your satisfaction might be calling tho Teutons from oth(,rs who In Mesopotamia the capture of Sa- ., l'MT .. ,)C,. .... bll,m0ued to ..r)...-.I.......H Wo aro authorize- to announce tho tho rear, or, is It tho Devil incarnate, j thQ court oi- iUqU;ry( vcn, very rnara i.- - Important. It Is tho terminus unexcelled. GJLLESPIE BROS., candidacy of J. II. DANIEL for tho For Kupeiltiteudcnt. In British tnnKB and etc., m uieir f ,.. .... ,.miir?.M1Il., with tho kbson of the Bagdad branch of tho Bagdad Note Women wno aro legally Republican nomination for Jubticu Hartford, Ky. SStf front they move back from? that under I lie laws of Kentucky in Railway. Tho quality or tho rolling qualified, nru entitled tp vote ror of tho Pence, Bartlotts 'Magisterial .. , School Superintendent lit both Pri- District. Subject to the Primary local option toirilory every inun Is stock and material indicated SMALL POX. About the only thing that bna'rnt mary and Final Electiou.. Election. Saturday, August 4, 1917. to buy his owi Intoxicating tilizatlon among tho Turku, who woro advanced In price, very much, Is llr.uor. and lor one person tu pro- - j unable to destroy or remove it. Wo aro authorized to announco the Wo aro authorized to announce tho Tlie celebrated Dr. Watcrhouee, In salt, but when you conio to think of euro wlt'r.kcy lur another, Is as much Allies Sweep Ouuaid, .. nninmimlrntlnn .lleMndnq Him candidacy or 11. S. HOWARD for tho candidacy of Eh SHOWN for the it, we've such a little to keep there u ".lolutlon 01 tho law as for ono The country Is now cleared for a , ln.n' ... nomination for Suporln Republican nomination for JuBtlco i - ( Republican , is hut small demand. wide ttrctch of sl.Uy miles north of loi.wttHiB iuwi"..-- ..uu ......v,.. tomiont of Schools ot Ohio county. or tho Peace, Hartford Magisterial pcrboa lo sell to another. fcrmutlon, from which It would eecm subject to tho Primary Election, District. Subject to tho Primary Hugdiid, and tho Junction with the Election. Saturday, August 4, 1917. Amnngut thoso who voted agalust Russians at Kiisrlchirin assured u thai, tho Small Po- may bo discharg- Saturday, August 4, 1917. In County Court. u gnat pnilloit ot Its malignity, tho Selective Conscription Act In the continued swoop north toward Mosul, ed nf General Hoover or Clear Run, was U. S. Senate, wero live doinocrats, Turkish base In Aula by neasonably lnoculatlm; tho patient to expedtlo tho course of tho disordarrested u lew days since, charged the gtfatost nifn malaria later on? in various part of tho body: two Republicans and u fellow named Minor. er. This Is certainly a great Spring gurdeniug ban- lengthened with procuring and furnishing liquor "It a person Miould bo Infected ealued. and may I practiced, point many . ... .... campaign In Palestine Is also La Follctto. mvvo lives 7 wmi i,v. to a iiiiuur 011 .1.... ui mm MtHWHIft3 ' Tho iiirce pox In tho casa.il, or, . ,. nnd si going well. This now advanco near with the nn.all " Fresh air la -- tho best tonic? Ho pload guilty in nt. """ "-- . progress to- - as It is called "natural way." ami rest tho progress of threatening cala- who Is wild for tho vol If a man r ,m n.i u'nc n.ikiii. . Otuti promises further Is tho btst to begin to u w.ihin r... hn.ir or unteor tjmtein Is selected from a lino ward Jaffa nlM, jusalem. and thn Reposi- build tor health? q her ftcioiB From Bardstown aM uway two,v or even tour hours alter and mlty." ton others for in lllary. of fivo or (rU,d QU U0 ollniiuntlon ot Turkey from the Holy tory or date, July Hi, 1819. who perhaps still longer, you vacclnato duty, what right has ho for kicking ,)0 a 4lttnBor. j Land, wa- - uJJl.U(;0ll , . if you him by twenty or thirty--- or Fnrm For Hale or ltent. method. has been comparatively at the selective draft Tho of of uW0UMi, Inlnd aU(, Do You Know That Two room house with hall, burn, nlcase. forty punctures in lito arms, committed to tho Weston, Kentucky. 'logs, tliighu, aud on li(s body, you A good water supply In the spring nbout sixty fruit Ireos. situated bc- Is'ont It about time Germany was Abj luni. for tw h returning our notes and other Httlo ilhQ Bmw lllMtattti preparations tor n will. In a great n.oasuro.4 uuporsedo may save an undertaker'u bill In tim tween Select nnd Cromwell on pub-fal"Mile road. Known as tho Tom Bur- trltiKots, lormer.y pass.-.- , u. ,uK.'.. , thl. lUreclIoil tho Biuall pox, so ah lo render It in b, ,irobaW. of friendship homo In other days? hiS.g on the'" Cn,onuo and of tu. l.dbV mad. finitely milder than It otherwise It's tho spring fly which niukea tho ton farm 00 ucres, prlco $375.00. .. jn by summer pest? , JB. w JACKSON. (Hop the ridge commanding tli plain would bo without UiU Inoculation s As tho Kentucky Legislature will "ibtli., untl conimlttBd to Iho West A mosquito breeding pool may Beaver Dam, Ky. of Luon. Gabriel Hauatutiv asked numerous punctures, which uppta.-not bo ueeded for a long, long time, Kentucky A)' lum. Hartford Republican. why not send It to Franco with Col. Teddy's soldiers? ERIN SONS URGED me AIIUUIC1YICIH ve. Z3. JOIN T. .... """ IRISH-AMERICA- IrWh-Amer- L rT FkS ' ' flag j lLXtLhn .! ',".,' ' ct Prl-imn- ry I it :3 i i . I . n: i .j ,...t - ""j' j j 1 i wl-oll- - J ' ' Irish-America- "" I ' ......... , Au-gu- tt Run-Pontl- cr "' to J er - Kor Sat.ST a" I j ; ! - i J .,...., b-- v P'n Ill'oh mZph ... s .- .... ,l-.l- u-- lltng ni-.n- hinli " f.i bat-wee- Irish-America- - d 1S fc m j3 -- "' hurfi.U. '' cy an . Ik-iic- l .- av. Globe-Democra- 1 ., , I 1 I demor-suppose- d ..,,,,,.,, , 1 - "-- r-- 1 ...i... To-da- y - T: -- lt --- l? "i V 1 r t!1ititfrn,' I vi mi II ' .tj,i-J!-y- p i, '"ffTWP- ill lWiWJ" "l" 4tf.fiffikj nJtr; "STT 1 mini" WHv.-4m- i imu ufg - -- a. I Lv .ya33TW m - ? Are You . . t Prepared? Tho hot weather is here; are you prepared Tor tiomlort? If not, our vast stock of summer merchandise is at your disposal. A large and varied assortment lo select from. No trouble to get pleased from our stock. We invito your inspection. Linens, Ginghams, Percals, etc. Lawns, Organdies, Yoils, etc. Their sheerness and line ualitk's indicate ness and comfort. cool- An endless variety of beautiful patterns and qualities!, as prices running from lOcito 7.ie per yard. A dainty lino of Val and Venice leads for trimming. Slippers and Hosiery NECESSITY for comfort. You can not got along without them, and we own them at practically the old prices. A UHA I, Our Millinery very dav brings to us new and special designs in bat creations. You may visit our Millinery Pep irtment with the assurance of finding exact! v what you want. 10 J v ji Take Our Advice Try your HOME MERCHANT before trying a Mail Order House. Don't forget this, and remember that it pays to trade- at Home with a house that saves you money. : : 4 2ki&(sa - Hartford Republican. 1tII)AY ..MAY 4 Go Jones' Fertilizer duces results. to W. K. Ellis & Ilro. tho kludHbJt for pro- Tho Ohio County Medical Society will meet in Heaver Dam, " TO GO TO SON-DA- Y John Willis a farmer of Sunnydalo SCHOOL NEXT SI'.NDAV, HELP 1JY YOUK PRESENCE. IT recently tiled an action against Joe damDON'T MAKE ANY DIFFERENCE Maiden, also of Sunnydalo, for ages to tho amount of $15,000, for WHETHER YOU ARE HERE OR alienation of the affections of his ELSEWHERE, HUT GO. wife, Mrs.M'lorenco L. Willis. Willis Tho entertainment given by th feels that ho has been deprived of "i .. ACTON BROS.. Ladies of Hartford Methodist S. S. $1.",000 worth of love and compana Hartford, Ky. Class No. 14, at College Hall on last ionship, by the lqss of his wlfo and ana social ir7 tucius. l Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Wall Pa- -, Thursday ovenlng was well attended Is pleading with tho Court to reimpei; and Disinfectants at and highly appreciated by all. The burse him in that amount, out of the COUNTY DRUG CO. OHIO 1H2 Ladles were also pleased with tho funds of tho "aforesaid Maiden. Mr. and Mn," Arthur Petty, of attendance.. Aotou Dro.. for Furniture. After the above mentioned suit Henderson, spent a few days hero Jonathan Puckctt, of near Pleas- waji Hied, Mrs. Willis instituted an Get your plows from Acton Bros. recently with friends nnd relatives. ant Ridge was found dead in his yard action agalubt her husband, John M. T. Likens has plenty of ice for M(. u Mnn)n .in(. fjuJll,y on last Friday. Dr. A. B. Riley, Willis for divorce, nnd alimony to ' 'wlu' tended tho burial of Mrs. Gv W. Mar- - Coroner, was called and after quest- tho amount of $1,000, and $25 per For tho best Coal Oil Stove made Llll( at Grcu mver Church Thurs- - ioning bcveral witness and examina- month. Cruel treatment, druukeuess day. tion of tho remains it was decided and fajluro to support, wero boiuo of st'o Acton Bros. See KcinTiurTorGardoH Breaking "Mr. Goo"rgoATDiivlc, who h&a been that death .came by apoplexy. the allegations for cause. 37tf in Lltllo Rock, Ark., for tho past few and light hauling. Will pay 35 cents a pound for Clone, lbs., 40 conta a Mrs. K."irBTrUl.cdi.s In Owohs-bor- days on business, Is expected .homo springers 1 to 1 Mr. J. A. Crowo celebrated his pound for srrlngers 1 '& ' to 2 lbs. last Monday. "" " birthday April 30, at his Roofing at Acton Mrs. Itni. GlUespio, left yoater-d- a Hatched out jjlnco tho 11 rut of the Best Rubber I'i.t a visit of ten days or .two year. Must be frco from feed. Prices homo on Route 7. with a surprise Bros., Hartford, Ky. dinner. iMrto with friends and relative) In good until May 11th, 1017. Hod Acton Bros., lor your corn Thoso present wero Mr. and Mrs. W. E. ELLIS & DRO. Rcicl.juirt. Drills. Prices right. John Davin, Mr. Floyd Davis, Mr. Miss Sal lye Lludloy, who has been Jnmos Everting Mr. Karl Barnes, who hns been in and fnmll, Mr. Louisville, Mayor J, V. Her wus-iAkron nd other Ohio points durlsR attending school hero for tho past Tumplu Yates, Mr?. I'mnia Johnson on buslnnw. "last week-en- d tho past six months arrived homo year, returned to her homo near and children, Mr. Robert Johnson Point MIm ami Pleasant, L. 'J'. Riley made a Hying trip lo ye..ltrduy. littlo daughter Annlo Hell, Mr. .Llndley having Just recovored from Alex Carson, Mr. rioasaut Rldue, yrsterduy on Arthur Davis ami Mr. W.'l3. Ellis of tho firm of W. a ease '' of measles, would not bo able family, Mr. Will Johnson and fam ( K. Kllis & Bros., waa In Owensboru lo school during tho remain- ily. Jones' FertUlzersthti old rella-hl- c and Louisville, Monday and Tuesday der of this term. Tho day was enjoyed by all pies- salo by V. K. Kills on business. "brand for ' Leave your Laundry-a- t Schapmires , ent Ilro. 'I'nico your eggs to S. L. King & Printing Olllco. Special attention Fanning Tools for Milo, Seo W. .. Qf ulj ll0 prici;a )ou Sl.0 j the HOGS FOR HALE. Bottling i ,.., ,1..... ...Ill nv llirv lilflwct III 'i.'lven out of town custnmnrs. i.:uiti. I ONE SOW, 175 LBS., TWO GILTS H. PARKS, Ohio County '"' "" """-- " "'"' dry cnlled for In town on Mondays l""'14"uj Works. laoii. irauo jnml jjettvere,! oll Krmtt8. wo aro 100 LBS, EACH. l Louis-- , DR. E. 11. PENDLETON, Judge W II. Ha rues was Mr anij jIrt j Ilf Murphree nnd agents for tho White Swan Laundry Hartford, Ky. (lftcr spending a few and guarantee tho work this week on legal s)l( j,,,,, vlllo the first of ' I,...,. ,lru lmrri rnturiieil In their Imme Hlf Hl.T.TR i...,l,i..cu SnHAI'MlllH A (,0Ml ItW.rd ',.. ,....I,..1I,. vBl..r,lnv. I . -jur. o. F. Riddle, who has been ' Of the henty-tw- o Hillside PIowh, Oliver i;nui pouuB recruits exam'n- . w. rnis. r. Alexander Griggsby und Mrs. located hero for tho past year, aa ed by Civilian Examiner of Co. II., n pd Jointers for hale uy , (Jrlggsby, of this placo will leavj inaiiaBer of tho Cumberland Telo-D- r. & Brother. A. H. Riley, njmo failed to pass Federal Kxamliier and Mustor- aiid '.Mrs. Nab- - Monday for an extended slay with" phono and Telegraph Company's ex-'iMr. J. wTNabnrs mu Miimiy, jias ueoiifiiig umeers, witeii transferred lo Himto 1. wor hero menus aim nimuro m .hi. uiuiw, i uiin,i' ,.u ,.r n I promoted and trausfered to District HI. service. Weduebday. DO.VT tu, II. & ST. It. R. K. TRIE TAHLK. at one o'clock. er, reNo. 113 duo nt Ellmltch 8:32 p. m. Mr. and" VrsFred-Coopm, moved from this place to Beaver No. 110 duo nt Ellmltch 7:30 a. 40 p.m. ,Dani, on last Monday. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. . 3u P m. I Ar. Irvlngton tr Tcn?if Viatnr u'lui let t,tmnnr Lv. Irvlngton ... G.66 p. m.,,arly ung0Ktti jn Central City, spent. 7:40 p. m.Sumlay Wlthmls family. Ar. Loulnvllle Lv. Louiavlllo .. S:35 a. m.j No. For tho best Ico cream freezer on Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m. earth, at rock bottom prices, see Lv. Irvlnnton .,.10:40 a.m. ACTON BROS. 1:04 p. m. Ar. Btlmltch Mrs. C."nT"Howard7"who lias been M.. H. & K. K. 1C TI.MR TAHLE. very 111 of measles, Is improving and I 8outh Bound, No. il6 bo out nt an early dato. 8:46 a. m. j will Due at Hartford Hammocks, Croiiuct Sets Fishing North Bound, No. 114 44t2 5:5R p. m. Tackle, Sporting Goods. Duo at Hartford OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. (Both "Mixed Twins.) Mr. Lorenzo Acton and Mrs. Acton attended tho burial of Littlo Art. V Gentry, at Narrows, last "Monday. Wo wllfpay highest market price Hews Personal I Ill ... Mt Jo II, Rogers after upending Clerk of the sixth division, wltk. sovernl months here, has returned t omccs at Owensboro, Tho miif, 1'lke County. Tho family of Mr. friends of Mr. Klildlo aro pleased lo learn of his advancement. HiiRora will follow later on. IIOK.H We havo a lot of gooseWill pay 2Gc in cash, 28c In trade for Kggs remainder of week. More neck Hoes that will chop tho wed't and grass out of your crops. And If market Justifies. "lI.UH'S GROCERY. wo nro selling them cheaper tham Foil the Fly! 1 Get our prices on you can buy them elsowhero. Price Black and Galvanized Screen Wire. others, and then cdinp to us. S. I,. KINO & CO., ACTON nnos., Hartford, Ky. Hartford, Ky. Having purchasod Judgo C. M. Crowo Tins been appointed Trustee, to wind up tho aff- restaurant herctoioro run by L. T. I will bo glad airs of J. A. Kelson, the bankrupt nilcy, on Main to havo my friends call. You will grocerymnn of thl.s place. Judge, "J. A. Hc.ui, Owensboro, find everything neat, plenty to cat Referee In Bankruptcy, was hero last and courteous treatment always, place noar Star week-en- d In tho case fo J. A. Nelson, nememher tho J. A. TATE, Theater. Bankrupt. Hartford, Ky. Messrs. C. A. and John C. Cravens, The following wcro'among thoso of Louisville, representing tho Natwho attended tho K. E. A. at Louisional I.lfo Insurance Co., of Vermont, ville, last week: Supt. Ozna Shults, wore here last Monday In tho Interest C. O. Hunter, Miss Dona Kial and of their concern. James Ttate, Hartford, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Anderson, "Carrier, on Uural O. W. Huff, Kordsvlllo, I'rof. Russell Route No, 3, has purchased n Ford jCoopcr and Miss Audry Growbargcr, and henceforth the Patrons of that KocUp(,rt. Mrs. J. C. Hill and little liotite may Know when Karl linn son, J. (' , Smullhous and B. M. passed by, from the toot of the horn. Jones, Beaver Dam. Tor tho remainder of the setson I Fanning Implements Wc handle will sell my regular $2.00 BARRi.' the Celebrated Vulcan Chilled and ROCK KGGS for $1.00 per sitting. Hluo Bird Plows, Corn Planters, J. Cl II.ER, Disc Harrows, Cultivators, Mowing Hartfor(d, Ky. Machines, Hay Rakes and various Mrs. Nora" Wood wanl ,Ti f ter a visit other farming tools'. Wo also hanto Mrs, Jesho Barnes, In paducah, has dle the Weber Wagon. Plow time gone to Hartford, to be the guest of will boon be here, see 'our lino buying. her mother, Mrs. 11. W. Barnes. Tuesday's Louisville Herald. W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Hartford, Ky. Mr. Hoyt Taylor," wlththe South- e .1 I'.iflwnv. located At mjCom.' Cn.. Ollmnte IvPtiwn has heen nromoted : was bore Monday and Tuesday, the to the position of 1st., Sergt., In Co. 'guest of hist siter and brother, Mr. Ill, 3rd., Infl., Ky. X. G. The many ' j friends of Gilmore will bo pleased lUiici Mrs. W. W. Riley. I It. II. Gillespie who lias been to llear of this deserved recognition. Mr. n .M'I In overhauling the Ko,iri Sergt. Hud Gray who formerly held Illradurs for Ohio County, is now at Gils posltiou' was discharged, as' .we 'Dundee, and will complete his work nro informed under that clause or provision whereby tho Government in about three days. Hon. G. II. Likens, who has a po- HrefuseA to take thoso who havo sition with the IT. S. Government at dependent relatievs. Rev. F.M7FarIs of Olaton was Legal Department, Washington, after spending several weeks here, hero the first of the week. Mr. Far-i- s Is near "G years of age and has returned to Washington, last Monwritten a Uory of some 77,000 words day. gives many of the main InMr. J. iTunTer Matthews, of Tcnn., which long and active lifo. who has been appointed to succeed cidents in his Ho .having been born and reared In .Mr. Riddle, with tho Cumberland Telephone Company, at this place, the mountains of Tennessee and hav ing lived thru that period when the arrived yesterday to assume his chase of the Antlcred. Buck and other large game was In its glory makes Wo havo a lot of uicti .clean tho Man, from a nature viewpoint Stock Peas, which are goicvou more Interesting. ing at a very law price. Get our prlces before .buying your supply. Mr. L. B. Tichenor or Boda, who ACTON BROS., ic seeking tho nn.r.ittation at til Hartrord, Ky. hands of the Democratic Party, for Sheriff S.lo. Keown and Mrs. County .Judge, gave us his announce Keown were in Owensboro, yester- ment this week for publication. Mr. day. Sheriff Keown brought Jason trichonor made the race for this nomTaylor (Colored) charged with de- ination four years ago and came sertion of his infant child, back to 'through with a creditable showing Hartford. notwithstanding he was defeated by ee Mr. Mallory Henderson-Murphrtho present incumbent, Judge Wil nnd Mrs. Murphree, after spending son. Mr. Tiuchenor is a farmer, a several days In French Lick and man of wide acquaintance througt-o- ut West Baden, Ind., returned to Harttho County, and if nominated ford, Tuesday. They will make their and elected will serve the interest of homo here. all the people in an acceptable man Have horses for sale. Three good ner. 1 harness work mares. One No. $KV00 IS ASKED mnre, one general utility horse. Will hell reasonable. Call on W. E. Ellis and ho will satisfy you In quality, John Willis Sues Joe Maiden for Heart's Loss. stylo and price. 44tf -date tho-up-to- or Commencement! For white dresses we have 0r gandy, Flaxon, Voile, India Linen, prices from 10c to 75c. Also have Laces and Insertions to match these goods. Have Silks in Taffeta and Sat ins, also Silk Poplins and many other materials for dresses. See our line of readymade Shirt Waists, from 50c to $5 each. Also have line of Yhite Wash Skirts at $1.25 each. Have a new line of Middy Blouses from 50c to $1.00. See our new Sport Collars from 25c to 50c. Also have a line of Muslin Un- sir, be-fo- ro . ! derwear, as well as Munsingwear. See our line of White Shoes v from 2.00 to $4.50, in Canvas and Reinskin. and Silk Fans, for graduating pres ents, from 25c to $1.50. We have a new line of Ivory Carson . STRAY STREAKS. (By Fluke McFluUe.) & 2.CCI5X'CX5.A.TI:23 Co. - Whip-poorw- ill Hartford, Ky. Thomas was caused by an onslaught (upon German suds., and that the Capt. was leading his company for tho tlrst timo in life. If I Know You and You Knew Me. If this stuff has an odor of young How little trouble there would be; onions and low grade ppeckled beans my wife, tor If I knew you and you knew mo. don't blame me, blame We pass each other on the, street. that's what she's been feeding us on Hut i Just come out and let us meet lately. At Sunday School next Sunday. , Having all of the front end work on my hands aud not getting to fish any thru tho week days, what's tho answer? Our Lurk. let the Hoys In tho back end of this plant ofT the other afternoon to go tlshiug, under a most solemn and binding obligation, that of dividing up lu a fair, quare manner the evening's catch, or to much thereof Wo i i Each one Intends to do what's fair. And treat his neighbor on the squaro But ho may not quite understand Why you don't tako him by tho hand At Sunday School next Sunday. This world is sure a busy place, Anil wo must hustle In the race; For social hours somo are 'not free The sis week days, but all should ba At Sunday School net Sunday. Wo havo an Interest In our town, The dear old placo must not go down yo want to push good things along Ard wo can help some If we'ro strong At Kamlay School next Sunday. Don't knock nad kick and slam and ' I : ir ji t o. as should bo necessary to tho satisfaction of our fried fish appetite. After maneuvering around tho rear of tho building and coal bou&o for somo bit, on their return, King swore by all tho Mexicans en all the International border that they didn't git narry bite. I . blap a. ' llftr-fourth- went A local bank's time lock wrong a few days back and for several days they could uol got Into tho Cash Box. Wo would have been just $1.03 ahed at this time If tald sum had been in that tafe Instead of lu our breeches pocket the other morning when didn't gut up before our wlfo did. a At everybody on tho map, But pubh and pull and boost and boom And use up all tho standing room At Sunday School next Sunday. Published by Request; to-da- y. biw-lness- Pete, tho Town Cop bays, as how almost every tloio ho gets himself 'oinfortably located lu somo quiet, soft spot, uud sound asleep, somo guy reports troublo of sonici sort In I somo other part of town, Jlst to git' his place, he lows. Samautha Schrattt pays' since Hour costs more than Talcum Powders, society Dames aro iiEinc more flour than Talcum, Tlionuus Ajfiarf $ Mothers use Vfv frejft til, enmriKe PL:1J s rM jtai lme uiuurtui vcA cafe, old fashioned remedy for worms. Seventy. five Tetn rcntinu- tnu lue u die Lett tcttimooUl I Fall's XV - -- fu-.in- Meager dispatches from tho Nar rows Company, on the French front say that Rear Capt. .1. FJ. Thoman fought bravely and fell. From tho lncpmpleto advlcea at hand however, wo aro unable to determine! whether Captain Thomas fought and went down beforo an onslaught of German soldiers or French Cognac, i (ldtU'1- - Di'.(..Uill) It Is rcportoj that the fr.ll ot Capt. ( 7 PREY'S VERMIFUGE cm offi-- t you. UXtl wit! KrrL Lrcu lh alavf LuW udhctUir. on haftd. Il oot Urcr t S3 iflinj .ujm: uptJr )cti, ic.nir ItfMl.l.Uj'. ). fe Uddr ftl Tout dlunad I nf t vutir araier cab I ii lua tunc 2Su 'U trod you 4 Lu tuJ E. & S. FREY, BALTIHCUU. Mu. ! m ni'i limn 'il rri-rrr- rii .,..gj' I ? m S... utterly ami ho wrote finally- - with ed to tho great dcvelopcmcit of tho ... !! r n deposits In Arkansas. such ferocity that the General dic Thero has been much activity In tated thin response: " "Sir: ThmikltiR you for your Georgia nnd Alabnma, whrro many j favor, permit mo to say that wo have newly found deposits were brought Law Attorney . w , 'haiincd the porter, shot tho conduct- - nearly to a producing stage In 1916. W It hack or ,urnc,i tMC cars and discontinued Advlers received by tho United States HAUTFOUD, KY. i to the Icnl lot and haulltiR rro,cro Kpn. tin- - fields In tho shape of t,J0 i trlIst (nal tlila will ho Geological Survey, Department of ,M0 Will practice his profusion Is Into March, April, May, and June nroJnBUn to vur,,w satisfactory to you." Ev ' tho Interior. Indicate that a number and adjoining countli. ConunorcUJ wiii-thn hens of tho uueateii cornMnlks? Very th sappy and Jnimiituro, r,in,1FC. nnd Criminal Practice a flMcl.ilty, of old deposits in theso States will country produce about 50 per cent iiir corn, v.hon Is wet m ho n opened, owing to tho Increase! lay of the whole year. These l almost .nil water, and so of tho j EL Of AMERICAN Nlonifn IJiiIiiipm Fur Itlieiimatlsni. value of tho oro and to tho fact that the cornstalk manure. urb the months, also, when The torturu of rheumatism, the It Is used by many now enterprises. Jt used to ho that many growers housewife who hns her ownthrifty on the great pains and aches that make life In a clljr where food hotel hens or who cau draw upon the sur- pilurd themselves bound, the Powhatan heads the Fooling 'Km. of their cornstalks. Tho moro huarahlo are relieved by Sloan's Unnolshbor supply of a near-b- y lilt. plus Iiavo a clean clear liquid that '.h "It Is remarkable," said Mr. It It fitit la the hcatta Ky. puts away In water glass ore lime-wat- successful farmers, however, corn- - Imcnt, apply and more effective than Gritntler, "how mean somo peoplo countrymen. to water from tho iasy and ceased to haul eggs for next nutunm 1 had with me on a fishing trip lot In tho form of mussy plasters or ointments because are. Highway and winter. To Insure success, care must fields to tho feed , two friends who evidently wcro faiincaii-uu peneinuui hiiilmj " exercised In this operation. Tho coarso staiKs, which remain be Design. In the hlng. Kor the many pains and aches miliar with my reputation as nn directions are from tho and haul It bnck to the fields angler. Ileforo starting, ono of them - shape of wet cornstalk manure. They following exposure. Mrnlns, sprain United States Department of Agrl.I.lL.W'h.WjW: ..-- t.lllllir (10 not grow SUCH lail Slants, mm ami iiiukciu suirara, ui aiiii- - made- tho following suggestion: "Wo culture. allow animals to j incut is promptly effective. Always will agree Hint the first ono who profitably In the first place, the eggs must often i ," grain, leaving the stalks 'have a bottle handy for gout, lum- - catches a ilsh must treat the crowd." bo fresh, preferably not more than gather tho bago, toothache, backache, stiff neck I assented to this, and wo started. to enrich the soil. tftmeit, T!ie Tovtutan t two or threo days old. This is the In tho fields clu ik. &ml rrilfitl. Its rccl-years ago silage was and all external pains. At druggists. Vow, don't you know, those two felA fow rut l.icat' n o:i PmcuvUania reason why It Is much more satisfac1 lows both had a bite and were too novo a fixed food value, 2.r.c. Avcrrr. ISIIi ar.,l 11 Strrctt, tory to put away eggs produced in thought to li:ajiuar invito it ii lUCAVHH DAM, KY. mean to pull them up." but It now Is recognized that one Icn for lifi.1.1 con,. If, loilli't one's own chicken yard. "I supposo you lost, then?" re'atr, convcntionr. Sc!.ooli 3r.1t. out of the silo any moro THItOWS 1U11V I'ltOM tot'Tgc. infertile eggs are best If they can cannot take CAIt WINDOW, CHAItGt: marked tho friend. Olllrc James Tiylor's I.licry Itnrn. put in. Tlic I'owlntan atttacn the be obtained; so, after the hatching. food value than is proplc ol itiltutc Anil ciliuation. "Oh, no," replied Mr. Gruntler, "I ' exclude roosters from tho Hock and Hauling and siloing large sappy Its iroMmitjr to State, War ami Stanford, Ky., April 2S. A wom- didn't have any bait on my hook." Nav Dnattmcnti. tUo to trany stalks is heavy work, and not as kill them for the table as needed. i.f point interest, ImtntKal profitable as putting a good, almost an, giving her home as I'lncvlllc, was New York Telegraph. maKu this lintel rreidll)r atThe shells must be clean. Wash : this placed in Jail at Mt. Vernon a tlituir.mutiKg pubtractive 10 mature corn crop Into the silo. A ing an egg with a sil oedchsll.nf lic. nucr iiiuiunut, morning on a charge of having throI ,C1 The Powhatan often rooms fl SfrtJ Hig nn egg with a soiled shell lessens somewnai larger ami U VjKp ......,. I..,, .irtntv nf" corn, that will thoroughly wn her month-ol- d child out of a car It'll with detached bath at SI 10. . A HO I'S i: II () 1. D .. . ... i.... i ' " ....,,... !la .i. - ,r,, I 'ftea.v&Viiv. i"""-"- -, US Keeping nuuni). , IMI 32.00 and un Uoonii with inwn. riinlitne at 1w.1l ruinl iil.llo0 ANTISKl'Tir saiai: . vite L!h. 12 tO. $3 09 and vp. . ..nlnHimnti nnvnrlni nvnr tho shell is mature lor grain, cau no uscu in uir K.Ir.uiitn " v..-- ., o... .., f,. .,iin-- n Krnn a r.tpiu rale. i no niiaiu was louuu -- Write (or Imuk'it wilh map, " I THAT HAY,ornnfoe lecUln TATCNT8 lenuiuiMnuiurvU(&.j1t water, anil wlien mis is . removed by i track-walk- ir PETRO-MENT- A Inirnw nniiyirtiioimT)i sllago corn should be planted early Inter b tho railroad CLiirCfn i l:vis. itf m.Irl, iJioloor.-r'- .. fur rncc tone the egg spoils more rapldlv. "'" taken to Mt. Vernon and turned ID jrarV prr :!.. sun- Ion i!ntIJIItr must be free from and given sufficient time to make Its The shells also Tho worn pausing ntrcrcMGcs. I or f rt. DaM. 'h or tot he Count cts by absorption and Inlillntlon I M fl. ik nn lr intKtln t Alt- :j wi11 Vt even tho tiniest crack. One cracked best growth and reach tho stage of nn refused to t,Ue . D03-B0- 5 rJl Qovunth Strool, -n .. for ilost effective remedy Known nf maturity at which husks turn brown ...in n wAanirauTON, 0. c 'roup, Soro Throat. Sprains, Aching sound eggs when packed in water land the cars become glazed Ke:iMin ICiioiikIi. in tho department's A Hrui;-os- , glass. Soro, K eM f.VTf Jni ? The pretty girl of tho party wa 'oints, Hlieumatism, g vacorn work grows a Karthcnware crocks aro good con' bantering tho genial bachelor on hi Tned and Aching Kent tainers. Tho crocks must be clean riety of corn, the stalks of which reasons for remaining single. HI m ilii I in ill nil n Un I II ntsnMB ' G A Trial Will ( 'urn luce You. and sound. Scald them and let them reach a height of about feet, while "No-0-I never was exactly di- A his neighbor grows a big, before use. cool completely Kor kiU l Ohio ' Price 2& Cent fl Iry-- :. appointed In love." ho meditated. ' i crock holding C gallons will accom- variety. In helping ach other shred County Drug Co more wnai you migui can uu WILL YOU pvas of eggs and about their crops tho neighbor's modate IS dozens TAKE OUR The ,couraged. You see, when I was very I lng corn was shreded first. largo Too 22 pints' of solution. I became very much enamored desirable, since they stalks were bulky and high loads crocks aro not of my ociiualutnnci I Increase the liability of breaking were hauled from tho fields to tho!f was "nB 1 mortaly afraid to tell her of some of tho eggs and spoiling the feeling, but at last I screwed up JJ When beginning tho shredding of k Traafrcenl entire batch. courage to the proposing point V -- . must bo remembered that the the competitor's corn, which that I It (or WEAK get married." jg llCpn 1 1 1 iPflrQ k11. "Let's eggs on the bottom crack first and year produced over 100 bushels of akv "Good Lord "And she said: LUNGS or t that those in the bottom of tho dry shelled corn per acre, the neigh' " "" usi 'litiHi 3H crocks aro the last to be removed bor nut on the accustomed high load, CONSUMPTION Bazlne. for uhe. Eggs can be put up In small- and his team could not pull It out of GUAUAXTEKD 8EUV1CK ' field. er crocks and tho eggs put up in the tho Ono hundred per cent AMKKICAXH WHO SUNK Orlior. A quick relief (or that llteJ, He got down off tho load to make crock first should be used first In the (51VK.V OVATION value. Special work for W. couclit. paint In chcil. nlfht vcal. liemoi. examination, thinking tho rack an household. O. W. ihic". ivrak11lunti or coniumpllon. II II doto-so- t help yoa must be pressing against tho wheels, co.lt you nothing. j Watcr-GUis- s W. F. STEVENS. Method. London, April 2S. Capt Emory OHIO MEDICAL CO. glass" is known to tho Tho competitor told hlra ho would Rico, of tho American steamship Hartford, Ky. It. F. D. 7. SSKiKS"Water have to take olf a part of the load, to Mongolia, and Lieut. Ilrtice It. Ware, Representing Continental It can chemist as sodium silicate. which he replied that he did not have who commands the gun crew of tin i quart bo purchased by the Marble & Grnnlto Co. TriO lUnmanln Tnnln W to MnuxxiscH62X2EBiaAiura(aoa2aa?s from druggists or poultry supply on a big load and was accustomed Mongolia, were guests of the Ameribeing-- 1 men. It is a pale yellow, odorless, hauling larger laods. After can Luncheon Club The weight of AND sirupy liquid. It is diluted in the convinced that it was the were given a tremendous ovation b LUNCS Sold Everywhero his team, they flirt nA nnrenna nrncnnt In proportion of 1 part of silicate to 9 tho load that stalled parts of distilled water, rain water, removed, a portion and hauled tho 8nkng Qf a German bU. of with or other water. In any case, tho uuiiincc 10 iiiu suruuuur, nuui niutiij marine. -- -water should be boiled and then al- they obtained forty busheU of corn, j Domestic Criticisms. lowed to cool. Half fill the ve&scl or almost a ton ana a nan 01 ears. What variety of corn should you ,Us Wife How forgetful you are with this solution and place the eggs THE 'J VitUli pnn in it, being careful not to crack them. plant? Since thero are thousands of john, KrerythlnB I say to you .vsa i J) l SEWINC FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE varieties, it Is not possible seemg to g0 Jn at ono ear and out at Trlel Cottlo Free UL,Ut The eggs can be ndded a few at a Diitolvctl In water for douche itopf ! lurtilt THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. MACtetiNK time until tho container Is filled. He to designate by name tho variety tll0 ot)ler pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamOF w Furthermore, you should plant. every-wlt- h ,Ier jiU8band Yes, and mation. Recommended by Lydia E. GUaRANTEEDSATiai?AC10HY sure to keep, about 2 inches of water QUALITY.) very little In a!thlng you hear gocs ln at boUl eara ; OR MONEY Pinlcham Med. Co. for ten yeara. corn, thero Is REFUNDED. glass above the eggs. Cover the A healing wonder for natal catarrh, crock and place it in tho coolest name, two lots or seeu oi tno team- and out of your mouth. aore throat and loreeyei. EconoraicaL Hfti eitnrJjoAry cleanilng and gcnueiJal place available from which the crock ing variety sometimes differ from wwrr. NOT Sarssl ifrw. JC'. U druiaiik, cr txlrij by each, other moro than two varieties Awful Thought. will not have to bo moved. Inspect jyiLjherifaiToilrt Ccmrucr. Boum. Mm SOLO Kavoritu foods that mother used the crock from time to time and re- differ from ono another. UNDER An accurate test of two different to make were tho topic of conversaplace any water that has evaporated ANY lots of tho Boono County whlto va- tion at the boarding houso table. OTHER with cool boiled water. VtVtttJdW OVCn OS YCARS' I riety resulted In ono lot producing After numerous Interchange camo a NAME. ' How to Use Uio Preserved EgRs JaUHfiaISfk. EXPEr.lENCE PROCUnCO AMO DCrCNDCD.,'"'"''1.! whom When tho eggs are to be used, re- - eighteen bushels moro per acre than lull. Then a callow youth VI Intf hlTWr, lm tuobui munu. tn4LuiAB I TMyFrTltftfraiflHIW Quality unusally kept mlent is what bashfulncss I other lot. aj epjri.ia,iti, in ALU COUNTRIC3. Wi A BT WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. movo them as desired, rinse In clean, the tR HmUrti MrettrUh WmlUjIon uxtt tmt.W. ZQaf av f W K3 vi H nL Vn counts and the varietal name does broke It with this bombshell: cold water, nnd use immediately. Ifyoupurcha.otlioNi:V IIO.Mi: you will any of you over rrt li.ivo it Ilfu " ;nt ".id lifrlnrentnt Praetlc Excluj!ljf. Bi not destgnato ouallly. Plant a va P, Wf tat tlic prlrr voti pay, "n'l will pJ? in h m Kggs preserved In water glass can mi cr ' rIety tnnt Ilns rnado BOod ,n your sauerkraut with whipped cream on not have an cudlossi chain ol rqwrK. 'fff' ' bo used for soft boiling or poaching "fil IMiflS8iS&' Plant seed which ' it? up to November. Bcforo boiling neighborhood. ... your . . .!. biuiu i Quality -- oe. fEfs-tiswBOT designs, u an oi iiiu . crown in i, .... i.,- - in the was o,o XJ R j3 A 7 copvniGHTa Ac. 7 vbc; ..i.i. a i. nnil'f50XS FIfillTIXO KOU V. S. . .... r Considered AnTcnfK.nrt'r.aattotrlinmldMcrlntlonmiiT uj.w .! .w..- - HU.V...... 1,'H'I'O mill of till) uVii.ll "U k N M (I A I2!3 n nr.r.lli. (.14114 L U'CV i frtoofii-tliomi r .. !Ut. klr ii i ?"' . ) 'i H LI H IUtOTIIKUS 1'OIt KAISRH thc w'"tcr' carotl fA ll Vj. Iiitc-- i nr.i.riri. T gurlng to keep them from cracking. They P""1? . it is the '.. "lflK ;iuiiit. vv 1 ' tlMU. . .il'Viila ' 9 ti ( ';. trigiTC it'll aro satisfactory lor trying until I i' i April 2S Clieapei' Arkansas City, Kan., jibout December. From that time, is Tho heart of Mrs. Bertha Doin-in (lie cdJ FOR FLETCHER'S nintll thu end of the usual storage! heavy. Threo of her sons aro ln thc . period that is until March they to buy. United State3 Army and her two can be iibed for nincltHtes, scrambled brothers aro fighting for Germany. If you r:mtntewlni;maclilm-- , wrlto for eggs, cusuirds, cukes, and general A Iteclpo. Now sho Is going to glvo up a fourth our latest citulogtiu bvforo ou purchase. cookery. As tho eggb age, tho white An Irishman who is noted for his son, who will Join tho Kansas Ttis New Heme Ssv.ina HacKns Co., Orange, Mass. becomes thinner and is harder to went into a nubile houso tho ional Guard. Tho yoko niembrano becomes othcr dU. an(J called for a gloss ot j "Thero aro millions of German beat moro and is lb correspond- - ,)ec- Tho tumbler waB not full 'onlo In this country and they will bo Ingly dlfllcult to separato tho whites un0UBU for iat's satisfaction, so ho loyal to America," sho declared. "Wo from tho yolks. Sometimes the whlto ,iuiutiy tho publican how many 'aro all Americans, now, tho natural-o- f tho egg is tinged pink after very barrels of beer ho sold a week. !iy wo Germans can not keep from Firing-Lin- e long keeping in water glass. This Is replied tho publican. j loving tho Fatherland. But wo aro "Ten," ' duo, probably, to a llttlo Iron which "I think," replied Pat, "if ycr for America first. My boys aro Is In tho silicate, hut which mo a nlnt I could put yez on a inc to fight for Undo Sam. I have PATTEnNS 1 I S'?3'?r-rrs- apparently docs not Injure the iKS ,,jan t0 sell eleven barrels a week." ; threo moro who will go if necessary." Celebrated lor atyle, perfect lit, almpllclty ana i L lellabllitr nearly 40 yc.ira. Sold in ueail) for food purposes. "Aerccd." said tho landlord,. hand- - .j . ft . .... cltand town In the United t.itra an Canada, or by mail direct. Moro aold thai ltauxlto In 101(1. Limeivatcr .Method, lug him a pint. "How, now, am I to j f any other make. Send lor lite caulcgue. Tho production of bauxlto, tho oro j.iuiuwiuur j? iwju suwaiuciury lor clo U: IfcCAtL'S MAGAZINE ILLUSTRATIONS 300 ARTICLES-3- 00 More tubsenbera than any othei fjihloa I preserving egg and Is slightly less Pat, taking a big drink at his now of aluminum, in 1916 was 425,350 nagnlne million a montlu Invaluable. I.at , If EKP Inforratd of tho World's Proprcsj In drctamaLini;, millinery, LnEincerlnir. Mech.uilca nnd Invention. Tor fxpcuslvo than wuter glass. A so- Hint "Always fill your glasses." Tit- - long tons, whlcn nnu a vaiuo oi ?.-ot atylcs, patterns, ticedlcoik,luIrdrciain;, plain icwln(,--, l.incy rather and Son nnd All lha I'nmllv. Ir nnnr.iU 297,823, an increase of 43 per cent lution is mado by placing 2 or o Bits. to all classes Old nnd Younir- - Men nnd Women. etiquette, cood atoriet, etc. Only CO centa -- ear (noith double), Including a inc patten.. It lithe I'ttTorlteMPKatliio ln tbou"ndaof --- in nuullty and C2 per cent in valuo TK yon wint to ucel pounds of unslacked Ilmo in 0 gallNSLS? iuiDt'iurouiiiiuMt ibuwuria. uur rnrfiim. bulJicribo tvday, or tend lor aauiple copy. Ufa mi innit know Torn ii.Hidcnt nn, conttautly in the watch, 191C. over Pinal Action. "" for tulnct ecu nnd lutcrvitlmi and It la ons of wator, which has been boiled WONDEHFUL LMIUCEMUVTS nhatUticwtn ImRlntm nJ fndutv to Apcnts. I'ostai Dtln;$ premium cauiojpit This is a notable Increase for tho (let out of tho tut; set on the fltlorlfne. naJ Writton So You Can Undorotand It and allowed to cool, and allowing tho I As vico president of tho Pullman and new cash (irlce ofTera. AdJrca inu ip Nol D.nartmont I'M l'uiie.) cuultu, I riietluul lllnla rnpHliiif. tV'nrlr Mini nut on., fn ill mixturu to bland until tho llnio but- - Company, Gen. Hornco Porter used wholo United States, but tho most (BE UcCJlLL CO. St ta 2IS W. STA SU MW YOU Uytuau to do thlnca npiuml tlio lloino, ties and the liquid Is clear. Tho eggs to receive numerous complaints from striking figures aro thoso for Georgia 'Ur Mhnlc. (17 I'unt'.l for thu Porn unl. military men who had and Alabama, ln 1915 tho produc-war- o should be placed In a clean cud 'li.U.fr.i.h OutlllK. lUiglno., Iloat ,rautai.l- - Waa?tf9awr' bUB4 li.iii.wnniiKuiuiu.jkP(iiini;iTiiauowinniaa0lllruHouw niiw Jmr nlrr. Idiil Kiirnlturo. eto. Coutalua In. lrui t ipni I or thu Slut huule, Uuu ht uud h lor Uuuu Jar or other suitable vessel and occasion to travel ln tho company's tlon of bauxlto lti theso two States ! ll.SO HER YEAR CIHOIC COPIES. X3c was 25,008 long tons. Tho output tiernoftlntertlni;iiluen;I marailn. " covered to a depth of 2 Inches with 'cars. Or..r lr.m yp .a.,l.r f rflrtcl rr tH MklHlM. m &l cpy ivill b aant on lqucil. l&wj Olio ot these, riding on an extra was increased to 4C.410 long tons in the uicOl uionej wmui. win tho liquid. Homuvu tho eggs as de-- l .700 Pictures 300 Article POPULAR. MECHANICS MAGAZINE! w .sired, rlnso in clean, cold wuter, and train, hurriedly added ono day In a 191C, a gain of SC jior cent. A largo Krt n nt iniiiiKn HVtnui.bnibAUU 'all for only U centi. All the l2 : " holiday rush, deemed tho negro port- - part of this increase is duo to tho lliTenlloua in uso Immediately. amt acrol.itir, In aliopwotlc ami ... r.nmni er negligent In somo small details operation of now and old mines ln Butouiolillra milt In liiattlllierV. Ill IIMUHH,!".- -. f0pareewr HowtoinVothlnathom. Succeed wlicn cvcrytlilnff else failj. Jor Sllago IfcilM) Moro Corn and Less and demanded his Instant discharge, contral Georgia, notably In Wilkin- - nionlli, inciuii.tii; irinceiawn, i"u"' 40OD In nervous projtr:aion and fenulo Iteallzing that, lu tho clrcumstan - bon, Meriwether, uud Sumter coun- - lurniiuir, 'jiuiu'iiiiivriwi nrii. j SUdk. ... .... N.'cakucsse tlicy uio the cupicino .iM.lln. .l.iva.Ylnr litpat. (Uy C. P. 11AKTL13Y ) ces, tho employe, had been excusable ties. nd bo' remeJy, n. thousands have testified. It la written In plain Lnll I" Washington, April 25. it Tho production in Arkansas and the Gonoral replied simply that in- a Com SI. 50 a Tear Secured or Your iVzonnv H:r.u IS FOR KIDNCY, LIVER AND timer. IwoiM'b iiocewf.'iry to d.i tho vestlgatlon was being mado. Again Tonnabsoo was increased from 272,- - (Irt It from a rwileiter or write direct to. QTOIWAGH YROUBLIS tlJUi1 ta.H J1!" .Oni"l"n Trolnlnir, tbo ......... Are., h.i i i iirK. such n huulltiR vat r tho protest moro violent, vehement 033 long tons In 1915 to 3711,949 Im!trScinoi Honttilv, ti Kouilh xt ia tno medicine over S?1U T.iitxl'llral2c.iua WUUUUOA'Jj niAUTKUli UUbUfbiH CUblJiU. FREE Itr ruaje over a druj'Kis"' counter. to put out no. but wluitV tho una of nnd vindictive, than tho last. Attomp- - long tons in 1910, a gain or 39 per. l'aitucati, Ky. iiaullnii water from the conifiolds ts to mollify tho complaint fulled cent. This iucrcaso can be attrlbut- - FTri-v- n ,'.!. Denartment tail-gro- well-know- r HOTELS PflWHATAira .A., ' r vm- PiMlilliiliU FtroTGtB&10JD.l1 Otto C. Martin at ,WA51I0NJ1. J otmioiZi Beaver Dam, er cf-lt- Drainage - mmm DR. 0. E. HART VRTHLKINARY SUKGBON f. -1 ' I m li TRADC-MrtOfta &M; rri-n- "" I .-- iw JjR; HjSp high-yieldin- Kfiiiirm&rjKH in '"viPl iirafwvli 1?S Mnmm& 12-fo- ot 1 tal-gro- '"s ,,,,j., I W "' V GERMINAL. REMEDY UJbUy JA j.. HnnirinrMuf wm FOR ONE MONTH bsx wy CARDUI KILLtmb COUGH ,,, rr-nrrfi- fl A Every Woman Wants CRE the ml . j NEW liew Bksmrj roycHs m 3 HOME I J AuJlHafMalhttcQH lS OTrTlJ r I T'r" ,..,, .... ; fI ILJJiilJil I trnMSiF Wt V i Children Gx'f IBHsm tOrl ' Mt5 OASTO RIA ad the Get on go-sta- - - I POPULMOffiCMNICS iVLAGAZINR earthen-'supersensiti- Popukr Science Monthly ciri-irii-nr ' "";" iw n n sralL b-- s: rnl. "" frs OSiT.C' . lit-ftv- . wa. i.iJiiiaiaaijjiinaiiBfciWlW"' ggagjfjgii' Lg '.' "' dmsLiduxzizzi I ) m'lmmifKtm X t t Wagons! "Wagons! Wagons! you buy you should examine our bund They run lighter, are made of the very bu:it material and last Jar longer than any machine made wagon you can buy no matter what price you pay. Wefore inado farm wagons. Wo also do all kinds of lllacksinithing and especially the hard jobs the other fellow g, can't do. We also make a specialty of Horseshoeing and earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. t Cei-itertown- Respectfully yours, A. B. Row 6c Son , rvy. Thirty-liv- e years experience in the shop. 4 1 HERE IS A (JOOIt PLACE TO .STOP POK LITTLE MONEY & Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th 7th 'lln- - Onlj Hotel In IxiuUtJIic Operated on the i PIiiii- -. American mid 4' (With Meals) without Until lint llh llooiu Single. 7S Itnnius fit) Uooms single. J .".0 HO Front Itiioms.Hiiigle. :i.00 Rmilus ultli I'rltutn llutli: 00 Rooms slustle. 3.00 slugle. .T.fiO no Rooms EUROPE.XN PLAN (Without Meals I Itouni without Rath but ultli 7(5 Rooms single, $1.00 single, 1.25 CO Rooms 50 Frent Hootus. single. 1.50 Rooms with Private Itntli: slugle. 1.50 50 Rooms Blngle, 2.00 50 Rooms AMP.RICAN PLAN Hot and Cold ICiiunlug Water. per day; per day; per day; per day; per day; 1! 2 1' people, people, people, people, people, U'.OO each 2.25 rach 2. GO each 2 2 2.7P each 3.00 each Hot. nod Cold Running Water. ptr day; per day; per day; per day; per day; 2 2 2 2 2 piople, $0.75 each peopfe, 1.00 each people, 1.25 each people, people, 1 25 each 1.50 earn THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky.f Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. KuioiM'jin PixniOnlj. ItootiiN Without Itntli. $1,011 mix! up: Room With PrUate Until, .51..VI and up Rot Kitting I'lato In Town. The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located In the wholesale district and only a IXJUISVILI.i: HOTEL Al walk to the retail district and theaters. OLD INN COMPANY, Props. I Vanderbilt P Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop-theitons into tho best type of eitiens ami Christian gentlemen, its pationno is widely scut-J- j tered und comes from the best homes in tho South, llscupaeity is limited, there-M- i fore, reservations should be mude early. Tlace your son in this select gioup of boyrf. Write r 5 JJ2 E3 3 MATHEIMEY & BATTS a m For catalogue and information. Hox A. MCTJWHIMW Wli WWm JESS)SalL3B(XSSUaSW!K' No Combination fcef Reading Like It and All For ii 1 $"J lal .Va'vot A""iifT . Ji- - j" .'I u Ari.....j t. I .Arn i.ir v&&M!m? a ii rj i !!(" I II JtS T.C1Tftf ?rb xV The Youth's CompaBiDn C2 lUTaOX)UTH"5 i COMPANION K3US5 niuaEtacff titirrt. k inni PI Thflfotit.I. .1 ' J 0 Vi 't ami "i ' : i - 'in.; ill firafftitfyfo'firerfyiW ' Lfc oa Ig Uuea cf HM -- Ai.lJlSj)J ,RU i;.i...J c . ,, u U..u:,ui - lui.ii)-ua.ii- . to' U ' '4i- r lis fiEgazmc U BOT3 JUW A le MBS rAtTOH jofhly - soctnr HMi)W. ;MMiM.v . , .,iii.'.lJrH mr tui ".''C 6v ti.10 t. : W a:-Ttt-- c v -si-- mmii 3 0 ? w?jzm.fw 1 TN" 1'OHPANIOM I r- 'fi4iEES:2-1ijun.jiii W17 c wii Hon n f. vftk. ",! ih (ll.'( "ri"fu . V'..,.ii,;J.- J.i jb'..Mti..Jv m,iu St' :,..''' f iri- Miiorcvii. : -- I Ckadr. of My lSnt TI'.: r.r..rr YOUTH . nwwv.wnrtfiaJBKjama t OMP.VNK". "'.1 . I''"- -" v. aiusrnT4 a ;x;T7r..-iTiarv- into contact with tho sick. No doak GUATEMALA HAS tww wvr thero arc times wlrtm It Is dangeroiM r . fni- - MllMonn In nl.w ...lit. .U. -- . ,s dangerous for them to go DONNED WAR TOGA 'tltncH ll wnorc some tnrcs-tloio numiny-scnoo- i, malady might be contracted. CK.VritA.li AMERICAN REPUBLIC Our lives aro beset with perils on every hand. Wo must take our GIVES GERMAN WALKING chances, or rob llfo of Its finest PAPERS. pleasures by shutting ourselves away from all such associations as might I precious' possibly threaten our I Wushlngto, April 2S. Guatemala health. full of life and action, filled with the has broken off diplomatic relations Only those who hnvo known the lire of fine inspiration and followed with Germany; handed to tho Ger- rich, abiding friendship of a dog can by 250 short stories of adventure, man Minister his passports and can- appreclato what this relationship hns win maxc exequaturs of German con- meant, and means, to ten thousand celed the suls there. times ten thousand men and women. Otllcial advices of the break com- Tho companionship that has relieved ing from tho American legation in tho otherwise utter loneliness of Guatemala City, say President1 Estra- many a life, that has answered tho c da Cabrera assigned' ns tho reason hunger of many a heart for affection ' his act his desiro to stand with and confluence banish this from tho, for Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Pace, Boys' Page, the United States in tho fight for world and you blot out u wealth of i uuctur s Auvice, anu a ton ot tun. Articles of democracy md the preservation of happiness and comfort from hum- -' Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds tn thi. hj:r j minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone International law. unity that would loavo It vastly poor-- ! j Tor some tlmo President Cabro-- t cr. inmcnomc. l here is no age ra's advisers here have been urging limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Thero aro two friends on whose ihlm to tako tho step and Join the unfailing love man has counted. Two ' Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION j lumlly lot ui cnd you Three Current blue of nations against Prussian friends whose love has followed him FREE. Inclote tliii Coupon widi your 52 Times a Year nutocracy. tnroupi every path or crime, or request. state-tmenot 12. Issued a Minister Mondi-shame, or degradation, over which Thoie who lubxribo now, lending $2 tonight saying tho Guatemalan his wayward feet have wandered for the 52 iuue of THE COMPANION More Rood reading than you will for 101S, wdl receive The Companion government's decision to break rc-- 1 his mother and his dog. Wc do not get in any of the monthly Home CaJendu- - FREE. magazines. lntions was taken "on account of tho for a moment put these two unStIR?r,r?!lTt-Mplots of the Germans against tho wearying affections In the same UEramrn if r.,,r. not category, only tho lact we have stat- TUP, HARTPOHI) REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH safety and tho Independence ONE VEAIt FOK ONJjY $2.75. only or (tiiuicmuin, and turu solidar- ed remains. ity with the principles and tho rights On tho whole wc bcllovo tho dog of the peoples, the freedom of the has returned to man In devotion and We Knock the Spots Out of Things seas, and universal Justice." servico all that man has over given Friend of U. H. him, and that, of the two, with the "Guatemala, who has alwuys been dog to ho exilod from our civilization u Mncero and loyal friend of the man would bo tho sufferer rather United States," tho statement con- than tho dog. Our Dumb Animals. Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. Lestinued, "takes pleausure and pride sons explained by Moving Picin limling Itself Identified more than French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a Whooping Cough. ture machine. Seven big Deever with the principles which have Superior Manner: One of thu most successful prepapartments Shorthand, Bookbeen proclaimed by tho Government rations In usu for this disease Is Send us your Garments and Have) keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, of Washington In tho crisis which the Chamborlain's Cough Itomedy. S. Them Musis, Primary Normal. Exworld Is going thru. W. McClIiiton, lliandou Springs, Ala., pert teachers. Modern equipImmediately after the American Lwrlte., "Our baby hud whooping CLEANED CLEAN ment. Position assured. Mlni.ster, Dr. William Hayne I.cavell, cough as bad as most any baby Wrlto for catalogue. legation in Washington in- could have It. I gave him Chamberand the Packages called for and delivered. formed av to tho altitude of tho lain's Cough Remedy and it soon got Pulled Stalls on tho submarine war- him everywell." Obtainable Daviess Co. Bus, College THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB fare without restrictions threatened where, m by the German imperial government, Incorporated A. Iva Nail, Irop. OWENSIJORO, KY. the Government of Guatemala hastWhat It Provod. HABTKOKI), KENTUCKY. ened to declare to tho Government A quack doctor was holding forth understanding his medicines to a rural audience. In Washington that the motives which obliged it to take "Yes, gentlemen," ho said, "I have that attitude and the 'seriousness of sold these pills for twenty-liv- e years, Petro Menta Relives Files USELIV-VER-LA- X the niraMires taken by the Germans and never heard a word of complaint No matter how stubborn the against neutral commerce. It was dis- Now, what does that prove? Petro-Ment- a will case may bo posed to with tho United Volco in crowd: bring relief. A trial will convince States in its exalted ends in favor of "That dead men tell no tales." you. For sale by Ohio County tho peace of the world and that it Exchange.' Drug Co. Price 25c. would opportunately take the same attitude at. the United States, to' NOTICE. . which Guatemala is bound by thts x Wo again cat! tho attention of our most .solid and close ties. leaders to the f.irt that The RepubI Note. Answers Git-malican will publish no communications "In answering the nolo of Ger- - (Unless signed by the author. Few ' man Miister l.ehamnnn about sub- -' Fecl.right all tho time. Don't lay ofl ' ueekx p:ivs tli.it aiioiijinuus articles from work for days by taking- - calomei marine warfare the government, of aro not receded and it Is not our dekeeps yor when pleasant Guatemala said to hlni: "The gov- sire to hurl newsy Items Into the on your feet, whilorelievingyour troubernment of Guatemala, after a care- unsto basket. This anoiijiuous mm. easy to take. Don le. Safer too, and ful study of the measures taken by municntlon rule is stated each week take anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses systhe German Imperial government as at tho head of the editorial column tem and relieves constipation. A natto the suspension of commerce with and must bo adhered to. ltetmohts ural remedy, natural in its actions, bum Great llrituin, France, Italy and the that mimes be omitted from print in its effect and certain in results. It wiH East, llnds that those measures en- aro compiled with, but tho manuscript won't bo lonp before Lio- - Vc-La- x Carditt, the woman's completely displaco calomel in evert danger unjustly tho lives of the citi- must bear the writers' signature. home. Children cap take it freely an tonic, helped Mrs. Wilzens of Guatemala-'wh- o travel in THE KDITOK. with perfect safety. Every bottlo liam Eversolc, of Hazel Nona COc and ?l in bottles. thnso countries, and that they Injure Patch, Ky. Read what genuine without tho likeness and signahighly the country's commorcc, 1'Yoiii GulswoMh)'M "A Sheaf" ture of L. K. Grigsby. For salo by she writes: "I had a great which lias already suffered Indifference to the sulferlng of general breaking-dow- n losses since the beginning of the i. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford Kj. over- beasts always comes from of my health. I was in "As this situation Is not in agree I absorption in our own comfort. bed for weeks, unable to ment with tho principles of lnternnt- Yes! Nearly all tho suffering we get up. I had such a lonal law, nor with tho Impartial iutlict, whether on human beings or weakness and dizziness, conduct of Guatemala during the' on animals, comes from our nut . . . and the pains were struggle of the nations of Europe, I thinking. very severe. A friend tho' Itlghts or no rights, I euro not; have tho honor. In the name of to J tne I had tried every-tlt- ng President of Guatemala, to present the fact remains that by so much why not else, 4a . I Ink Afimtililll fevlfetdveff! nniT.iMntH4 ... u... ...... i a. hu.u,uU,ai we ,n(1ct on sent,rai,,u creaturesCardui?.. . did, and inru your e.ceuency, a respeciiui unnecessary suffering, by so much soon saw it was helping but formal protest against tho meas- havo wo outraged our own conscienme . After 12 bottles, ures taken against neutral com- - ces, by I am strong and well." bo much fallen short of that merco, at tho samo time reserving Its secret standard of gentleness and rights for tho injuries that tho at- generosity that,' bellevo me, is tlio TAKE FAHM LANDS and City Residences titude ot tho government of Germany lino llrm guard of our social existence aro now selling at a low cost, may causo to tho persons and Intertho one bulwark wo havo against rebut don't expect It to ho so alests of the citizens of this, republic." lapse Into savagery. ways. Ifyou ever expect to own loS3l u your farm or your homo now Is Knrm Por Sale. the tlmo to buy. i(.i i.i A 1GU aero farm 4 mites east of FOR FLETCHER'S Huitford, on the border ot the oil WH HAVE several farms listed la I Oolhs. Good dwolltug, barn aud oth-- i i Ohio county and they cau bo Young er necessary outbuildings. had for reasonable prices nnd Tho rnfiillltiK IVientl. orchard, strawberry bed l id other iie liberal terms. If wo do not Someono may hao heard of n, dog pleasing features. If I mtu carry havo tho particular farm you dewho deserted his master, or forsook beat plko w.'l bu near. Do you feel weak, dizgot sire wo will uialte efforts AVo never him In his hour of need. See, or wrlto Tlnsley & Harnett, It for you. zy, worn-ou- t? Is your have. What tho dog Is in his devoUnrtford, Ky for further purlieu-- , lack of good health caused tion and fidelity man hits largely lars. IF YOU want to move to Hartford mado him during tho lunumerahlo from any of the comwhoro our children will havo tho , Kmnl goiienuious mucu uio iwo ouioreu plaints so common to wllJ. ,loyH u,,v advantage ot n good high school into rrlondshlp. As far hack ns we ,n8t tulgl t tho Wvo ,,,, notify us. Wo have houses and women? 'Ilicn why not can trnco tho history of man the 8m, 1)Ubtor ,llll( wh fUU10 t0 our! lots for sale and' bellevo you can i;ive Cardui a trial? It dog appoars associated with him us a. ,ow t0 Hturvo; Wo ,iou't call him a select enit from our list to your should surely do for you Bharor of hla joys and sorrows, his Uu))0( a Juy or ,)0ol) imil ,,0nt at HUinx. wealth und his poverty. It would ho t10 ,luy , h,b ,,n,r- - ror ll0W ho la what it hs-- done far so Interosting to know how they cume ,clml ,1Uo ., f8ghlou plato nd; and a1 many thousands of other WIS HAVE a eouifortfthle homo n together; under what clroumiUanoos ,ierby covors his dome; with a buz women who suffered it Hartford, modern improvements they loftrnud to Uuow and trust ouch ,Uui u whlri hu t,.kl,s our tow Kri fetid a good garOeu In eul'na-lio- n should help you btxl: to ot"cr 'and motors her out to lior home. for sale or rent. Place health. Thero havo alwayu boon men and lJruvotto (Ark.) mtuth. rent for t!0 Ask sotre f.ierd women v.ho havo uot llkod dogs. For &c who has tJxrr Kud Colilb h'tiun Sudden Change, Uiaeo the normal man la sorry. They iflirltiKhriags till kinds or ate lulsotns some or Ufe'K rare nd Site wtl tell you how it Call ou or addMM Joys. Occasionally uinong r und with It comet colds und thu jlflM lwlped her. Try Curdul. who aeo nothing In th dog but vlvfcl of winter coughs uud hourso-- a ptiaslhllity or hydrophobia, or n no. Dr. iteU'u will eurrlor of dUotso, tlieru U one who !iu.td..nir a now cold or atop the old 9rLl AS lteul ltnta AsMtrf, danounoee him a a pwil to our una, th soothlux baliutus rult-,ttho J.W health and loudly ilorimuds hU ox- - soru (liroat uud html U)o Irrllutud ,JW Kentucky. y No doubt the dog om- - .miu. Gut a bottlo uud ttart Ropuollcua Offio. tltmiu dons carry disease, Just as doc- - treatment ut ouco. At your dn.iri; s'. UotU Phoac, 1 turu do, uud other puoplo who comu "Sc. Formula oil tho' bottlo. J us ' SB 10 Great Serials I "s W cYOUTfl'S COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 jh j z nt C .., I c-tt- Ill II Ladies' and Men's Garments For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. ax n s Helps Sick Women jmar-antee- d. r. ,.., Real I - .- -. Estate! m Children Cry i- ' CASTO RA Wf Toaic ; Inter-count- o ,. ' Nows-Horal- d. C-r- wetitlt-lieoutlf- iil ' Pine-Tar-llou- vy lv Dmggists e o insuet t mm to-da- Hartford, 'A I? i county, but we thnnk the God for GERMAN POLICY GETS tho fortuuo that casta us clsowhero nnd aro not Included, as while the candidates nrc afflicting of employes of nearly every do Homo SCATHING CRITIC'SM tho "dear people." EMPOYES FOR YEAR Institution ynd numerous departments also not Included In the We nro going to entertain, n llttt" total. CourierJJournal. t 1IA1HMN 8COHKS later, a fUhlnK party on uppor rough MAXIMtl.MAN iwi-i'ium- ) i'i:n imkm amt. IH rlrer nid wo hope to have the noted XOTH'Kv (HIUMANV, .UfSTIFIKS U. 8. fowr Jjtl,5!Jfl,o:W, MUCH MOHK TO J.icUa humorist, McKluko, as our guest of Two SlnllloiiH, two ATTITUUK. y 1IK ADDKP. ' honor. pood ones. Stallion, I,KO UEAUTT Draft For tho first time In life we foul lllack I'errheron, 1S hands, weight, Copenhagen, April 30 (via ton tho limitations of age. We arc as Frankfort, Ky., AprU 30. The i,r..'iO. Our Wash Unods in White, Kiincy and At.KX. I!. General Utility Stall don). Mnxlmllllan Hardin the tier mad as "Tucker" at the Kaiser, and State payroll, exclusive of employe man Enfant Terrible." publishes In wm,i.i iiko to clinlleiiKu him to slm;lo ion, 10 '. hands, welfiht, 1,250. and oniours drawing a per diem, ! I Sport patterns embrace all the best combat, but we are past the mill- CHICAGO l'ltlDK, known as the the latest Issue of Die Zukumft nuil employes of numerous SPANISH KING. other daringly frank article .cxpostiiR j ,nry nEC TI,i8 ronilnds iu of a hand. $l,r.!!6,0r.S.87. linker Jack and departments, totals new things fur Jack, lloth to German readers the "shams, pru- - ,eap of our oU, frleml Ab yclser back ncordliiR to the record of State In- - known as the Hamilton ......- I.l.mlr ........ nnlnlu. 1 U, linlllls. teii!.cs and mistakes" of their Gov- - ,n 1S00i . .. II a ... . Ab wn8 a ,nt.mi,cr of th.; .......... spector aim examiner nni i. ocmn, ..- u...r, arc erinneni s policy. state Guard when the bojs were call- revised to March 1. The Executive All of the above named stock The article Is devoted to the entry j C(1 out for (ho war W,j, Spain, and, In short aro second to none fit. draw sure and Department, numbering of the United States Into the war. We shall never forget our deep feel-- ! Stallions $10- - .lacks JS.00. fll.iino; the Secretary or State's which Herr Hardin warns the people 'iR ot sympathy for Ab when hej CHAS. E. MIIA.KK. nlue. draw !$1;,740; tho Audirordsville, Ky. .must be taken most seriously, both (0td a bunch of un In Ed ltullhigtim'tf. or twenty draw $32.'J00; tor's foice from the moral side, as a symptom ,ari)cr shop how ho would like to! the liisurnnco Itatlng Iioard, under t, bleed and die for his countij CKNTKIiTOWX. (ot the weakness ot Germnny's numbering eleven, draw , the Auditor, Si popular this tieann. ho never could shoot S. Overton was In Louisville peal to the neutral world and the butMhat .'. T. $1,:.G0: I he Insurance Commission-- ! ...... .. lin. ... .!..!. r..ll,.. ... ...- - .u..r... i'"...-if UI1-- . IIIMIUIJ t'l Ul m II l t.i ". in. in. v .if .,li.ir f..rntifi unllni, utitt ,1. . an ui&lll draw $l9.2i.l'; lasi ween . . force of lifteen l" I f . ,.!. w4o V " nivii K JIr-- . Allli anil cm nil en i """imuu ;ir wnen u ura um .........unii the Fire. Alarshar olllco force of ,..-.- .. .. ulllll-il-iM. l.i ,l..l. l.l.l.... .m. YV.1l'lll lillll AITllTiril Will llllininilM . u.. .......... A 1, ...... ilu it'lll .. ff.ll, 1.1 ,, u n.i.l ..... ..... lin the Treas- siliricu hi iieinni, mivii., rni.i.. fourteen draw $20,00; be able to throw into the scale, lnjthu front ranks. "boon there sometime. Ashby has urer's oillee force of live draw he reviews the steps lead-- j the Attorney General's force of ..Miss Flossie Mum.ii Is- visiting nt the article American i"K to the German and don't lay any claims to gifts Ky . this week ten draw.J'JIi.COO; the Department of Itockport, or divine healing but Mrs. Ilaj born attendi'd the District pence proposals, the proelnination of Uir propht with sixteen employes JMucallon League Conference held at- Heater unrestricted submarine war and the when the State Tax Commislon Is i n.-- vs out S 111.770: tho Denartment of American declaration of a state or i appointed if Jack Oliver Is not a Agriculture! with nine employes, pays 'Dam. hrid.iy to humiuy. s .Mi.-Calloway visited at war and declares, with a daring to member of it put'im down as a fakir, Ac-- 1 Maude nut ,R.7tin! Mini the Itoiinl of which probably, no other German j rieulluro's parol! for five is $G.100; Central City last Week. We dof't wi.i.t to meddle In county publicist is equal, that German) 'n Is getting alon-Earl Tiehenor twenty-sithe Road Department's 'peace overtures were put forwan- politics but wf do want to anuoiiucu prei.mnlnvi-!- . ilr.iw S::.r..520: tbe rrison iilceli Willi me.isies. To .Mr. Joe Stogner and little grand- - tonlj as a bridge over which German? tor Jilllls Ward for Asmor and ArCommission payroll for six Is $115, could pass to relentless submarine ' thur Kirk for County Attorney for daughter, Vergie, lett for 200; the Uetormatory's seventy-thre- e waifare. Monday, y employes draw $U!i,100; Inn penitcn- - Colorado is We recently saw m a hotel lobby Consistent with bis earlier atti . tiary employes, numbering flftj-tw- o large tilde, Herr Harden lias only words ono of thot-diaw ?40.400; the Houm- of Reform If you aw He Kept of high praise for President U iNo.i pictures with the caption employes is Jjl Ltlj I I V payroll for eighty-thre- e DKAl I and his policy, and reveals in va l's Out of Wur," beneath which $..G,fS0; the Hoird of Control for1 and you will be all assistriotis passages a slighting opinion on some German sympathizer had writlive draws $11,800; thr Eastern State NOW A CERTAINTY Dr. Allred .iinmermann, which lin ten "Till After tho Election ' It responsiHospltAl, with l.'.X employes, draws did not conceal at the time of Zuu- - sorter made our blood bile. $."il,40S; the Central Slate Hospital; l in imermanV elevation to ininNtt-rua with 17S employes, draws $d.r,lS'J; Champ Clark took a Jong shot on rark. Hospital, with tU jtoTii hoi;si:s pass kills the Western State Nonodj can Another article bj Htrr Hardtti'thu fortune of events SATl'KlfAV MCIIT ACTS employes, draws f.io,til4; the culminates in wn apptal to Germ.iii Isafel) foretell what a ear may bring TECIIXH'AI.LY. for Feeble Miuded. wUli to put the interior of Uer house in liirth. twenty-eigtimplojcs, draws ?14.-f5, order and introduce democratic con- the Printing Department draws TO IIIKUl'PT which the writer says is the g dilions. 'Tho A l'Tii iiratlon bill, iirovi'l-inCommission, 4.1.S00 ; tho Itallcoad Ml'MTIONS TKAI'I'IC tor luture peace. ! pimiIiJJxi. drfi vvk i 4 It 4ivnii fir tin- - ulect've draft jstem or only hiire bahls noteworthy than I Sctreih less his; Comm!?siou. rising an armj. passed both hour's 400; the Tubercnlosls New York, .May Doeuaentary siathiug eritlcism of German diplo-- i itcA.lr.i-iii.- . i Hn... ..i i.i. .,.i t . nii I'vldenc' tn;it Iiluir a rsutional I'vaco i. xnill. (bin not tlmt of Couni ilrvjt b.i(urduy ., nlRht. tht HnnliinK Dcpartmont, with right (hour In adopted a forma! roolutlou V . .. i, a it..... A. . it.. i ...... ..j. i JlcrnstoriT former Amhaador to ouncll upon UllljriWV-O- , V UHlii.l yiUJVV, 141 organiailllalcd '.u-oI'nlKd States, whoe work he "I'nt.i: shown when the inff Couiniltstoii drawn SI "00: the Is Ht-rHarden's justihea- - zations to appropriate tuone for the e.ime. In the upper house on - M"'"'"'"1 State Library, with six employes. 'support of workmen striking for tho, (!,'r'"n readers of S voted against to SI for and iiii""" ' draws $C,?.0(); the Library Commiss-'l- y during the war and hW purpose of "paralyUii; the priatei :;?7 for toL'4 "Hudf ion. with four employes, draws S3.- - the lower house dHniollllon for eanipl, of the t., - 'arms and munitions truiilc in tills tiGO; the Historical Society, with live agaltul. arguments that country" was introduced at the trial employos. draws $::.0i0: the State! After th two bills are agreed up- - voritf members of the council and Capt the Pulled States wjf inspired sol.-l- j CJ. k. cl Fair puj mil lor seven employes b on in conference they will be hi dollar-tmisinami .looked upon ''ranu Hlntelen. the German agent at ?;i,171.7G: the Dciiartmeut ol Minen, and become tbe law of the laud. , hoM- behest, It is the coun The maximum age for iho-iliable 'the wur onlj 'as a souice for enor- wjth six rmplo.es. drav.s the -- " .....rtl.l.... nillSI'lllO ...1. nv..l.t f..f.n. ill llll II lllll .....nlln. cil was org;miil. I lillll 11.1111 Hotel Inspector's ollice, with three to conscription by the Mouse u... .. Il11f.11 VLflC. llwfl lll'ltv IMll t ,, I... .1... c ' """ .. ' '" "' employes, draws $.r 100; the Inspect- Ill J .11111 ... Mill .......I. .1.I I. I.".. ..' telen ill ISlf., deposited J.'.OS.OOO ill IIK.1.S ODDLV STIir.NG This constituteil the main or and Kxuniinei'h oriice force of K this couutrj, which It is alleged by draw J.r..700; Hi'i- State Hoard of dlSlej elite. The bills whipjied into. tho Govt rnmeiit. was to bo used in (fly J. H. Thomas.) Health, with twenty emplojes .Laws agreed shape by committee from the! quality service on a party line we Mn.uifiiiK plans to disrupt the muniAs a partisan Hepubllcan is moru than likely to $13.4 IS; llifi Adjustant GeceralS ln) liuues V wanted to rile a whole volume of tions tralhe to the Kntento Allies by is largely upon tlic Department of lour emplojes draws In" hna!l pasted before tlio expirafometmg strikes, and that mart than cittigisrns of "the 'resident until h S4.700; and the Military Department tion of the present week. the subscribers on line. gavo out a stattiment that everjhody JKS.U00 was paid out of tho fund to .. eight eiiiplojes, drav.s $0,8S0; tho David Lamar, tho wolf of might say what they pleased about I'or Sale. I'onfcderalo Departeuint, Tension ' Work horses, Harucas hor.ses, Sad-d- l him sfnd now we .ire read to light Wall street,- who the Government subscriber should use a party line with three emplojes. draws $l,C0O: charges acted as lliutelen's chief horses or any kind of horse you the first- man who sns a word the Confederate Ilciord Department j may for long periods of time, to the exagent. need. iall ou W. B. Kllis, Harl-- i against him. draws ?l,r.O0; the Motor License of others. In Department for thiee employes draw foid, and he will satisfy you both Kentuik.t's Finance- -. To the poor traveling mail who quality and price. 43tt Ki,200, Slid the ch.iulfeui-'llcen.s'i FranUfort, Ky., May L Tho. balmust make tarl) and lati trains. a party line is found to be in fund payroll Is Jl.500 for two with; Ujstuess Scholarship. eat tough shaks and stale eggs, fight ance ot tlu) Stale Trexsury at tho two oa per diem: the Worl.men'Hj close of business April Hi), wad ,0 A bChoiaMnIp fl)r We (leva and bed hugw, use, hang up your, receiver immediately. tip Insolent ;'ompeusitidii uoan:. with eleven tiii:- - good for a complete cmirft In either porters and tllrt with chambermaids as follows: Siukiug fund it is off the conversation is - i nf,(,i ; m cusio.lPiuyes, uraj., M!i.i.-mk..,..,i.it. ..n.l inviuiitltiir or and "hello" girls, the only qulft $12C.374.U7; school fund. ?i0.:m.-21- ; bin's force uX twtut) nine drm. interfered with. State University, K'.UJS.Oii: (;t.n-erCtmrw la thd'ovensplace ahead Is the country 10; the Gos iiinl Fisi Depaitment horn riW.:it.i" fi T:td vc trial Collnno. chiirchTiird. expenditures tuud, JS,-- , employi-- i draws with tulity-miwariiuistaaiiip interent boarui apply at ISrp'ihliain 'or part'u-sU-- i Each neighbor on a party line is en140; tho Forestry Department, with otbco i4,Ul0,.".77.:51, outtandlag . tf our native licuth, Ohio ranto, Wo lovo titled to a reasonable use of the telephone nine empots, drevs $10,000; tho March .11. $4,01 1.717 79. Geological Survey, with ten employservice, and should be interrupted es, draws $7,ilL'; the Confedurato , KH.VHVKV CANCKL MAN, THERE'S YOUR DUTY!' have the privacy his conversation inter- "vouas twenty-id- x Home, with omployest ATHliKTiC CO.VTIiSTS fered with. draws $ll,13ii: I ho School ror th" M iy Ky., IJllud, with thirty-eigl.eAiuglon, 1. employe-.- , Tho I'uiver-iitdraws $11,1-- 0, of Kentucltj thu colored depart ct in TJifrA fq.Ni Golden Rule appjios with particment, with eight omp!oes, draws all athletic uclhltie. off aa a ular force to party line telephone service. $2,lill; tho School ror the Dear, with ntiiiit ot pr.ictlr.all) every man on all stiventv-flv- u ijjiiployeh. t!n toiDH lnvlag enlisted for war draws $t.ri,. --swrCIS; the colored department, vltti When yvu Telephone Smik scrvico or ono back to faeuiH lor mora wl duty eitip!(e, diawy IU.127; tho 3o- I onie tor Iu ur.blffl, with live u r.7KiLi? AI , if (I Virfi f MAlil'.IALi. J.KIK.NSK ISSUHD ploib. draw; s" .' OH); the Kentucky ; ,: ' MIX CM Olli: liA.ST KItKT 'li 'uiua'g If in ilocicty, with tonv-ihrtllnli-- i Atuhisuu, Ho lino, to Ada employ." dntwn $2S,5.I(; th.i AND Craig, Itosiue Colored llu.lie, Allli five eniplu.v;, YsWu-- . I lMuirporuiu KaSZ9r Fu.juar' Heaver Data, to Kuaulo liuwi' 9l,i:'fi; l Normal ami Jyml lialrri, isenvor Dam. O. I'.lDDLi:, ilAUTI'(JHI, KY (colored), ltutiial IiiHlItiU'i ti F. l. Hondrjt Jleavor Oajn, in Aesuj-llirtonijilojes, drawc 417,-'i"u- ; Nora M. Orowo, tho Uuivej'lty of Keuiuo.v. .loha rtoarth, Hartford to Jed.Iu the c u on I of Mri. .'ufll Tujlur thu vN'iik or ;ltli :7:i mcnib. ft- of tho :uculty ai. tlio oifuiiiiUb Unit ouuiifii un Vurl:. Hartford, II .1. 'rtuployei, dra.v HCt'.'JOS.aa, tho pant wct'K. April ! wjiH unrly twiui Uial of llio I. S I'.uaii hjnat Prlil'iy and Unit wv!i of Hie Sominu (fHViwtvu :i rlment "latum, Alth too . Mr Hall onil' Wind. drawn f 'SO.Sia.'itt, the last yuar, wlilk- - tLo tisp...iMllturo of i.uwvuu. Haitford and eoiamuully vas glv-o- ti jixiumuy in MrMr. and Htato Normal Hcht.ot. with ' ..- (irlf Held b:ivc iiinv- - hucH hIioIIh durluu tlu hucmui weok a (,'od sprinkle of hall last Saturi wsia siv and nJuo tiuiiilyum drawn 5r5,7!:7, Uiu t. micluir tlro.in tli.it oC day mclit ubouL Tlu hall rd to OwwiBboro. f,eiL. Klaiu ornml. with nevumy Jl.isur Taylor Coby toltrol of ,tlu. uecond w. ui. on tliu aoiiiiiu I was uceompanieil by hiRli wind, tho i lupIoyBu, Ov,eiislMiiii lii tint giiKi.t ot Mr. und ?i;ii,4'J8 r,fl, diuws Tli oMiendllnr.) oi kuii umiuinil-tln- ii tho no diiiiiuKo was reported, other than Courl of AppealK. Mit. J. T Uishtirook tlila wool:. .Itli cUhteeii duritiB tlso jf.i)il wok ot Urn few broken lights, and thu removal a Arr.w b:ittl was tl-JtidSia and oiuplpye.i. dr.twj. f Cil l Kroatortt over of lime worn shindou. a00: thu lllurfe of tho Court f p- -l known In tlm lnMory ut lh world, Wlint Did Hlw Khiiw? y Iiuuln otilce f wtlii. eight, vniPlnytw, ( tl la JUtcd. 1IOKS14 JSUAWII NW At an uvofitBg w .... pruteaUnK gui-b- l wore In iiuO w jxwl Mr uwi Mrs. V. ). l. ' uuit Jud th( Ujttts dmw "lltV.tOO; ChleuKo n leu iln.y lu.t wiwk. , vio( Alter tli ong Hhu v.eut up lo, Iliittlilu. j tbirty-a- i Camiuonwi ilth'J Atioru-- y Mr Hud Mrs J. T. Liiibliro.il: tiiiii jtOJlllna, "Oh, Mr. Jitktia," who j S 0. llluck .Mlnorwii, Northrop drm Slb.OOl1. vejk-mUtll ruo .ihIi; stiihi jpotit tUf In OwruMboro. iald, "you uiiut unvtr tliv? lilK Hind, M'lillo Wyan-dotti. Tnu ,uyro4l liloludua ui)i uliiB- - 1 know now!" I'ro lrmi IlllW Iuk niftulur Mill "U DuaIiiii sUiy vliUa a li.,uruco, banluinf, t 1:1ml. Argoiunt. m lk (liiilittmu Cliuicli UgB Irota t,iUuU or both taarstiai and iwflio and fish, which bnmd for ,jUc'c tiU $1.00 por 15 l.lit SlIIKlll. - -I ' ara MpjHirto l out- of rcs Mid nut HtHfll KK'ii(litiiiv' fnmtii-,i- . 'ytsliter! Misi. Mary I.hh1i uml Ii 00 per CO. ir. por octufoff i.it.u' gHflrU UucdH. aud (niiUtatioHu Iiko MiW 'tmiltf Ituvu 'movttil A" Ifitrl-- j Win iin- - M:iy lOUt. Tiiu buint lnulliiM --...i,, Iuu!,!on, ApvJl t rouMCWl tile cklldrwu'a il.uu Huciotiw, p,'UU to-dhy tlio Mlatotry of und linu.noi mltttod. (,'ood wait;ltl. ford ly nipiJarad by coKtrtlmUnui. J AIi(Crtil Taylor 'micilt Krliltty aiMl Mwiiillon tlmt tb Urltloli wtpoiult- - em und wIiitiirbiy).rH UtJrdcy iu 1 MulKvUlf. turn of !i1U of tlio uullbw of ulx i'. T. IIAUNAUl), llkd Tyttw'tt'ia (niui.tnr.Inn ui.i iukwouiIs MJaii'UuiUd Taylor, of Jlosmo wiu luclio and upward during thu II rtt 4SU1 New Qitoanl Timi-Picjuriilinllord, Ky., n. i. PAYROLL OF STATE other bowrds recolvo per dlom Wash Goods v I ( Ti of-c- e, Dresses, Waists, Skirts And Combination Suits J j . ... - - $0,-r.J- , ' - , ! The Variety is absolutely stupendous, and Color Combinations are most attractive. x' i j - I ante-cnmiialg- - t j laii; ,1 make parations the warmer weather, that just ahead. easy job visit this store want rendered the necessary to lighten your ance bility making satisfactory selection. It is Time ht 6; ( j We will expect to see you in our 1 1 Dress Goods section soon. i ' I Do-iti- :" it - ,.-, ..- - r r E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Ky. 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