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The Hartford republican: May 11, 1917 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 hao1917051101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: May 11, 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. Z)c Nattfotb Fine Job Work. VOL. XXIX. SENATE DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS J ftq ft .iii .4 ',? f. j" OF ALL THE PEOPLE QF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year 11, HARTFOliD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FJLUDAY, MAY nnn mm FIRST 19l7. U-BO- No. 45 ARE . understood the pnrposo3 ofthc legls- CAMP FOR n n vwu.vu nnlltrill ....... ...! lUUMll MEMBERS n3 woe pnnppntho sldo liationd UUUiUUUjUUU of tho on Into tho United Statos'. If thlH wuro truo ho INTERNED FOES WILL BE SOUGHT n.iitl. this nation has abandoned "tho ASSAIL WILSON a. reason j high Ideals we have set as for entering this war." . , ,;ss Senator Ln Folictto proposed to ,8 jjxpncTEH TO AP- - I1iA('i: OK J)KTi:.TION FOR AL. .v..... .... FAILED TO TAKE niiiuiiv inu IEN ENEMIES IN XOKTII huge PHOUHIATE boj-gwhero exports aro lntendcdor . THEM INTO HIS confi-dencCAROLINA. ' AMOUNT. I coiisumntion by a neutral country aud any coercion of Buch neutrals. It was not discusod before tbo Senate ad- GIVEN TO BE BACKED BY OFFICIALS WORK until DEBATE iJourned HOURS JIVE I j COMMANDANTS AIR AT . j PEARL HARBOR SEIZED Ewirj Steel Mill in Country To Bo On 500 Acre Tract Of lamd Acquired IIIH nt And Work To Be Furnished Work At Oneo If Plan Is aUtorr Embargo Clause in Wng-e- . Honolulu, May 8. George- - Roen- At NolultliHUmil, Adopted. Ills chief clerk to Cnpt. Gcorgo ltz, former Iiik Hnub. It. Clark, commandant of tho Pearl tiim-ciiiI.'.Ve. .Uiiet ;. 4 Washington. May 8. Tho govern ArrangeMay 8. Washington, May 8. Congress Washington, ment Is Investigating the activities of ' UnillHlUntHl WllMlllllRtOll. Mil)' 7 In hi .4 m i. ul.l niinrfinrliitfl S1.000. ments for placing all Interned alien the stcamor Manitowoc and other detention in permanent, .authority for proclamation of export and'ooO.OOO for the building of the great enCuilcs lmotogrnphs vcsols of ho American Trans-atlantCTaon mapS embargoes b the I resin, nt ;'" r ;" (cscrlptlon8 o( the Pearl Harbor American merchant tleet which Is to camps where they will be well housed Company, whlch.aro said to havo car,. stored l tho Administration hspio r ,er ,,D(000 ball. '. overcomo the submarine menace. ' and given work at fair wages have ried supplies to German submarinos y alU-Secretary Wltum, age Hill by Ihrf Senate progranif evolved by the Shlp- - bcfn completed by ln the Atlantic. This was disclosed I uwuiocrniic CONFERENCE png Board, contemplates the diver of the Jabor Department. An olliclal nt the Navy Department today, but no 'METirODlHT - first kjjs tin"" piaiw-details of the steps taken were given TO HE AT IIOPKINHVILL slnu to government uses of tho prod announcement camp will be established on u 500 Pr..l.l.iit Wilson teared he would bo tio.ta of every steel mill In the coun out. . desirtho ajnable to nctonipIIMi the ends' Com The American Trans-atlantl- c llnnkltiHvllle. Kv.. May 9. The try, cancellation of existing contracts acre tract of agricultural land in ed UJider the settles ii it had been I Methodist Conference of the iouts- - between those mills and private con- mountains of North Carolina, and pany has offices In New York and . . ... . ta llnni'ltiatnoilllied. sumers, and. where necessary, pay that 1,S00 officers and sailors .taken Boston and Its ships fly tho American uuiu ""F"'"-win i.,h.,, vine uisirici ...ill uu knl.t vessels in Tl.u Prov.s.ou as it now - -Frank Kiirrnian Stabbed. flag. Officials here will not say what of Soptember 26 ment of damages by tho government from German merchant would empower the President durlns, Frank Foreman, son t)f Mr. and had aroused their suspicions. Wit ad ,.rlcuton.. as Drat an- - to the parties wbose contracts are American harbors will be tho first raniy r aliens to go there. Mrs! I. P. Foreman, of this place, mitted the ships had beon held, for I f Tl.t. "0 liflPAIlfl flllflll tn canceled, v ,.w.. 1IIIS untt "RiWu llUllIltt.il. . The btatemcuL adds that Secretary who is bookkeeper for the Federal lnvesflftatlon at St. Thomas, Virgin ,lmll wiulrrt" o iTwIulm It unlaw- o, hjJ Estimates of the (.hipping board ful to exnort artlelex to "any couu Prliiriuun and HoDkliisvillu church aro that 5,000,000 to G.000.000 tona Wilson expects the necessity will soon Coal Co., at Arjay, Ky received a Islands, by order of the Navy De mm try named." l.ust week the Senate nnd will doubtless be ratified by Bish of steel and wooden vessels will bo arise for tho establishment ofaddit- knife wound In the back on the 6th., partment. only camps. In uddltiou. ti oi.cnlT It Is charged by the. hand of a miner, rrtted to authorize emliarKot" Both the State and Justice Deop W. II. Murray, of Memphis Tho constructed by the government dur- ional aliens, the department plans to carj Davo Wright, latent reportH are to partments have been taking part in , ,.nini roimtrles turouKli .'.viiien one- thal prn. ing tho next two years. m. , wer found io bo h ,.fft-- i Hint KVritik' Is eft line on the Invesigalon. steel ip for other 'aliens who cannot be adrcrd mny en.rtaIn ,,1C conferencc The only manufacturers of 'during the cerebration of the one bo exempted from the program will mitted to this country under the lm; r.jfi'lyand that no .danger is felt for .i.- - t Charges of The Crtny. , . migration laws and whose deporta urn action whs prcrnlo- - '' ;huntlr0(lh .Ulnlv0r8ary of the San Juan, Porto Rico, May 5. be those needed otherwise for tho nauinci;. -in mi. tion Is Impossible on accouut of the. . r that place tional defense. Bills . for introduc (Cortespondence of the Associated 4y. EWscopal " ( as for ffehle-minde'- 1 during which for the Hr- -t tfluo mIiiiw " Press.)--The- re are German submation ln Congress have been prepared war as well went to war with i Those placed In camps the United States rines in the Atlantic and until very and the administration hopes to get ALLIED WAR HEADS segregated In three classes Cermany Ihem whs vigorous nun recontlyMhcy have been supplied from them under way so promptly that tU. will bo rrltielMit ot I'resl-u- CHANCELLOR BLAMED g operations enemies, other aliens and feeble8tates by ships flying tho first of tho MEETS AT PARIS the' United flag, ucording to Statevy Wilnon. Hupubllcanh led the atmay bo In motion within two weeks. minded, American tacks, which went not directed at the will Will Go Tills Week. ments by members of the crew of tho the HARM DEFEAT bo Just how Is to $1,000,000,000 .President's conduct of tho war, but he left to Congress,' provided steamer Manftowoc, which for aov-wr- al The first detachment of German ui his fnlluro to consult with memweeks was detained In the harbut the tentative program calls for sailors, will go to the North Carolina UNITEI) STATES REPRESENTED liers of Congress about the legislation of ( FOR FIRHT TIME IX WAR bor at St. Tljomas. Twenty-on- e an addllonal Issuo of bonus. t 'jiiup this week. There lb a l.t.Md. I em.hle him Hitcenbafu.ly "" . .A.(jKUMANS HAY HIS HKSITA- COllNCUi. of the labor orgnuii&LjjQt.el oittjie camp, tract, whlch.jiii the cvts-- aas.rlu.tnln&in ,ttt.o ,iywi,J carry U out I TION CAIJSKI) VON KMICK- jnTEnTalrcaijy been pledged, It is originally destined for club purposes. States after dlfllcultifs with Cnpt. F. (cnniiiiy Ceitlnir EimmI. IX) M)HE HATTIjE. Hogstead, master of the ship. understood, and there will be no leg In addition to a large central build0;,.n.lr Alnrtln sllltl'll WllCU till! The Manitowoc, Muskegon and' islatlon, unless, tho present program ing there are forty cottuges with ac- : ParliOj, May 0. Tho United States Olnguash, all belonging to tho same loor. were cloned tlm PrexbUntj Is changed, looking to tho drafting ooinnioudatiouo for from seven to fifin would be enibarabfcd by the amendnecessary to carry out the teen' men each. All buildings are well was represented tor the llrst time Hue. shortly before the Danish Is Copenhagen. May 8 (via London). of tho labor the Entente Allied war conrerences lands became tho Virgin Islands, U. ment put in last wiek and that tins' (Ittcd and up to daw in construction plans. I -- The. Cotiservatles and bv Hear Admiral William H. faims, Senate should no reverse Itfi-l- f Ho Tho only other exception to tlie and sanitary arrangements. A largo who was present nt the recent Council S. A., put Into the harbor - ot St. up' their tho liovernmuiit had reason to mans have'now brought Thomas, bound from Buenos- Aires con- lake a'rfords opportunity for swimgeneral cancellations of private Ijolhivo that Ainericm exportu werullipftvy urtillery In the b.Ulo ugalnst of War hero. In connection with the to New York, supposedly to "await mills will bo 'those ming nnd boating. g tracts with discussed by the British and orders." They were still waiting for ...ii.... i riiTiiviuv through IIollrHi I ' Chancellor von Holhmanu-Hollwe- for the or railroads.steel f, , Some 200 acres are under cultiva- measures Steel mills, It Is con..,.. Swtr.frlauil. Senator ANalsh iml boldly lay tho blame French missions at Washington, tho orders when the Islands were transtemplated', will bo permitted to sup- tion aud the Interned men will be at- - Paris are likely to be aalil that one Instance showing the long duration of the war at his door.- ply ferred to the United States. Acon this work at tlrst while dlscusbions them with tho minimum amount Deutsch Tngcs Zelfollowed by numerous developement cording to their manifests all three neinl of u stronger provision was The Conservative products with, which the plans are being made for the develop explains that three or Jour days' of steel part the United States will . found In the fact that Spain now Is tung ships carried coal and other fuel supment of industries into which their in the at the railroads can get along take in. the war. Jlmltlnc exports of certain articles delay in German moblllzutlon Chanplies. Members of tho crew or tho t'o tho The program contemplates tho use labor can be turned profitably. Hear Admiral Sims, it Is slated, Manitowoc say all the vessels wero needed by Kngland which bho for- outset of the war, duo every resource Secretary Wilson pointed out that cellor's hesitant policy, caused the to tho nrlnjnmm, of will direct tho operations, so far as merly nllowed to go in larger within the United States speedily to with the approach or warm weather that Is possible from this side, in loaded wjth contraband tor Gorman a strict emlMrgo law loss of the battle of the Maine. With submarines. It was necessary that opportunities be Tho paper holds that the troops dcsjBn and build the largest numberr to avoid the delay and uncer In th United States, ho suggested, "When wo leH Now York last we Should tlie nuniu-e- provided ior interned persons to work order Uua- - of ships possible. to directing operations were supposed to have a cargo of coal the Administration might help an that were detached to stem the out be in- and obtain recreation In pleusant sur- tainty Incident of vessels thus turned from across the Atlantic. ally by restricting exports to Spain. slan Invasion or East Prussia wquld exclusively," said one of tho crew. deroundings. "Tho Government tho German Lodge, Knov and Fall havH been HUlllclent to chan'ge the adequate to meet Five nations, on whom the brunt 'Ulndernath tho coal wero all sorts ot Senators g facilisires," ho said, "to treat Interned menaco1 Into against tho Central fuel and food uupplies. Supposedly railed attention to the faet that tho defeat of Gen. von KluckVarmy persons with the greatest ot court- - of the campaign will bu increased. Powers, now Is falling, were repre- tho cargo was destined 'for Buenos had no udvanco Information a victory and that In that case tho ties Senate sented at Hie War Council, namely, Aires. on reasons for enactment of a strict war would have ended In a speedy Between St. Thomas and . and declstvo German triumph. Tho ii embargo section. Oreat Britain, France. Ittily. Russia, Buenos Afros wo got rid of our cargo u:d tho United Stages. Whllo Oreat on the high seas to German submaThey declared nobody had any Tuges Zeltuug goes on to declare THE WRONG ATTITUDE. r, that the Chancellor threw away a. Britain nnd Franco were represented rines. Wo, llail no cargo when wo Idea that the war was a partisan by military nnd naval onicers of tho reached Buenos Aires." but that tho President hud not bcroud cloture of terminating tho Senator war by opposing ruthless submarine highest rank. Including MaJ. Gen. Sir eeunsled uny Hepnbllcan Supplies Taken On. William Robertson, Field Marshal nor liad ho told any Administration wnrfare. It cities FleUl Marshal ConAt Buenos Aires tliat ship, tho lioetzeudurf, Austrian Sir Muskegon and the Olagunsh all took Hate. First Sea lord Admiral lender until tho Senate modified the rad von l lib saying recently: jrevlslon, his reaso.i for desiring tl John 11. Jelllcoo, Gens. Nivello nnd j, qji ,gencral fooa cargo,, on and passed In stronger terms. It would 'The war would have been over long Petaln and VIco Admiral Do Bon. tIla,oUuJr fuol supillI, 'which wero cov . nartlcinat Ion ot the Cnlted States was ered over with sovoral hundred tons help, tho Ilepuhllcnn Senators said, ago If (ho submarine campaign hud 'li-'K if i ' -- "v .' ' ' i I fist rltf fWJiul-''eonllned to tho naval sldo only Uotr nt coal, they said. On tho Manitowoc it the PresIiTrnt would tnke one or begun a ear earlier." annexation- and Tho Admiral Sims and Lieutenant Com- there were also placed two Iron chests iiioro Democratic leaders Into his .. iilkin trimii;iiltii- - llm (limimll- u. .,'.. li3l mander William R. Kaits, t'1" Navul filled, with gold, each supposed to contldeneo on Important legislation l..a iii.i .,.r -; Attache, attending. There was no contain fioO.000. These, according they might transmit it to their or to Bismarck and' demanding his imsum--mm.--Jtliat rotiromont becatibe ho does not meas, American military or diplomatic. ((( tJm imiIv lOllCUglltf. woro hhldeu undor pruaeut. This Is taken ' tffj coal. n Democratic ure uo to Gurmauy's 'Iron man." The Senator Williams, ; ,; to Indicate the advanced stage of too member of the Forolgu llelatlons agitation for the downfall of Von Whllo wuitlng lii St. Thomas for Is unconcealed In plana for action by tho American orders the Danish Islands wero transCommittee, replied that tho Presi- Bothmann-llollwe- g Niwy. dent hud tried taking Senators Into press and Parliament, and Is ferred to tho United States, and tho --by mass meetings organized his toutldenee early In Ills 'Adminisships wero permitted to sail. The Intration on tho Mexican situation and by Imperialist .leagues und tho crow of tho Manltowoc'trled to get ORDERS JUDGMENT FOR Inter oh tlm shipping act. but had dependent Commlttco for u Gorman CO.MMOiWEAI.TII ENTERED Homo ot Uieir pay whllo Idle in tho found the whole subject of his con- nencn. Tho bitterness increase as harbor, hut Cupt. Hogstead refused ofj ferences thoroughly revealed In the tho chance grow n for a reform Frankrort, Ky.. May 9. Judga to mako any payment. Tho men ueriuaiiy. ino politlelal condllions-tnewspapers shortly alterward. Stout in the KrauUu--i Circuit Court then mado complaint to Rear AdChutTeullori opponents couple their , Not InvlUHl To Wlilto House. ordered Judgment for tho Couuuou-wealt- h miral Oliver, governor of tho Island, Attention also was culled during attacks with far trom flattering reeutured iu tho suits against who required Cupt. Hogitcad to guarn tho discussion to tho fact that no marks about tho fotmor Statu Superintendent Barlts-dal- o antee that ho would uot supply any of the Houso or Renato was Government for Its declarations in member Hainlett and his predecessor, moro enemy ships before being per( Invited to tho white llouwi funollons favor or moderate peace terms. JClIaworUi Regeustein, for money mitted to leave the harbor, presumIn honor of tho British und Krench to have been spent by tho de ably for Buenos Aires. Election. Trust Other Semitont In n crlt-Ic( TOlRhlons. partments under them without au('apt. Hogstead was unublo to get At tho election held hero lust Satmood spoko of tlwrnct that tho thority ot lav. Tue.o expeudlturc-- i any Instructions from tho owners ln J'resldont hud not called luto confiir-enc- e urday for four members of tho Board jucludo prjullug of bulletins, employ- New York. on army questlouu Souaior of Kdu'natlou, for the Hartford, High ment of btouographcrs and varioun Chamberlain, clialrman of tho Senate School tho following wero clioson. Uoais not specifically authorized by WEST POINT TO GRADUA3 not 0. O. Hunter and T. II. Black, for ANOTHER CliASS A rn tho Iluuilott case Military Committee, and had tho otututes I thanked ItopreBentatlvo Ktiun, tho full term of throo year?., W II. they amount o $00,000 and In thu NMvbun:h, N Y , May 9 On ProL Republican member of tho Houo Gillespie for two joar term uud W H. . oiiho to who hrlped tho AdnUuia-tr,atto- n Uarucs for term of ono year. Tho $25,000 wore V. Henry, C mcjaudant Comtultteo Hamletfa bond for '' Jluliia II. Vmisaat, of Ashland; the west I'UIUI I'J Uif BUUH put through tho Wur Army members olect aro to bo qualified to$ i .' . , ,i .. ii ? ..gtfV.Vtt ?i CroW morrow aud on Monday tho Board ilfll. Iain Jehu C." C. Mao unu u v. celpt ot an order In tho ouoii Snuuto after tho new wilt moot for reorganisation. Mr. Tho Nntloual Surety Com- parlinont direclmg Gardner pany U ou Prat. RoKni.tolu's bouJ. tho fir-i- t chibu of cue ,iatmrgo nectton had toon adopted .1 II. 15. Carson, la tbo only member to bold ovor, 1u to There are 151 aun'r ,i They a III ftlUical. HJiOaig in Oigklyn Eaylo. "Without II tlissoniing tiiiiu, owiiiui ot tho Board RcpubUM, declared lit lesib'tiation etc.. Towntend, .. i . ., .. ilnti wno n rrnntrwl -- to-da- i"i" i..u. ,,'l lo-du- y esy and make 'the' conditions under which they must live ns pleasant as possible." High! Under Huuo Treaty. "Under The Hague treaty," a statement by Secretary Wilson says, "thli Government Is empowered to work the Interned men or to farm them out to individuals or corporations. When worked by tho Govern ment they will rerelve the pay of soldiers, and when farmed out will bo remunerated at prevailing wage rates. After making deductions for tl eh maintenance ut tho time of t'telr discliurge by the Government whatever Bums they have earned. "The men In the cainn In North Carolina will be itsvd to cultivate the tract and will be fanned out for lumbering and roadbiilldlng. In view or the necessity for guards these two latter occupations appear to be the only one in which they can be conveniently worked by private capital. "All arrangements have been tnndo already wth the Department ot Agriculture for tho employment of a number or men at roadbiilldlng on the Vitiuh-rhll- t tract thai adjoins the camp and which hrfs been taken over by that department as a forest pre serve. BEING SUPPLIED INVESTIGATING GOVERNMENT ACTIVITIES OF VESSELS IN ATLANTIC. t . V crew Confesses action Steamers Flying American Flag'BeM At Virgin Island Under. Order. ic ", ,. -- ""' To-day- V Meth-nvo-ho- ur rch cH-u- -- tl shlp-bulIdln- M i ld cm-ploy- ed n.uau-tltlcb- .1 sub-niurl- ship-buildin- i ar-fal- ' , icons it tiL. $ soon be over teliffill mffiffla&k j Pan-Germa- SbmasfsaWJ mffltifflm y wmmmm mmmMi MgBgsmmimi Mmm.mmmsnk wmmamL ropro-wntatlv- e mmBMmmmm m&w$mjfflm&. 'm&;m&$m' hill AuHtro-Hungurla- nl wmmmmk i i WWW srr )Hj 1 i . CoaeqaetJ . fm ba&dit lder. will ooa hare to cire ap eainf xausittoas to Ealaad oa aoeoaar of Villa H . tbctr fra reonlreaBeau. ufcttai: a fiat stasd aad i recti- - .e strosf fiaaactcl ujort froav the C r ! a there i a bitter feeliar -ocr the I'a'tiJ States acaioM Goraraaaeat. to vhich the thirty vo -- .lilict. Cera a as ufao lire hore aot a little. Thit WUr fc: ( -- A. -- ! SbrlS aai of tie eSexU f cities' ,MUJ,a . . irt tor vhlck that helpies fool WmUmrtom. T Uc., waate. to the 'art h repooilb, i d afli - lof Hfc br of tt M.M p9?.l.tte bT aiJln RwK 5 a sestrsl eoaatry like Aaarr ca te io V- oarne4 tary ttborlrM to call j Ras?fa bojMi. for the MkXe of a few Jir.r 1 ttc-i7ummaer t tut vp9 aail p3Mic oSt to isas la , XKifUac-- to Rcta oolUiv. eater mm a lowdcuo K aa e fxtwuvB vi ts t jj Ftao i& with Ecclaad " w . fcowrr. o reir os t po?e riilrotd frK?a i' planaei br;Hr U Zram u w-n iv-"M"- ? ta-r That aay oat ia this oosatry. or .fa for :k ,roi.ibe jAaeriota CoTKaaeju. 7 to3 of rtaa5 tboaph he lnof foreica birth. eom-, ord U.a; ptnotK ctneu d oUmc- oadalf te ,. lt tioa aWlic rrtae, ta T so aiisaderstaad America a tat-aaen- t. .V so dflar la rfite- - 04d rcoVhKEf. vhieb wffl oB t3hrt' th rrwt 2r Wta h alaiost uiooaeeiTable la -- 1! ?r.trj-$- . m ttejfriar aafllionf of a Set ill b prat-xrs- T dri-a- - sp AetiJl an-- the Coascil of rrie fabJMtM to the Geraaa , hosertr .1 a Curefml jBi2T &ciJiovct&. Volsatrerf for Natjcai! IVfrfeaj. r01 b tax 4 pab-ll- e a diSbcalt fat accurate' r is s kta ! to plat- tbe rbole taft vjj jrnoe itould ooass&Ks&te Bithia a few The eseft.oa to ortoalrthe coarse which will be fortJl bBs, of eriltes oSicuU of sadiatel; tritt tie proper oScial rrosp f parsaed by a here br a bsaatioa Khicfa rtfuw. t Stockhola for h Statt ai t reaior rery rs- railros.4 hea4s ia eonferesoe i!4 retara a Prowiaeat Citiaea to it GERMAN OLOHII petUai OiaroiKTljus-- . TablA Hre rvaf saeaabers. of Sutes a special tatoy II ;esUe of sIMMirr th oocati! White lioai-e- , chatJt aim BBatrciJuIj ffieat i la conseqaeace cf tie ttMLrs iato tfieet. Tfe? oal for Me." TreeWeat "Viteos h4 pfcanJ to froas the IN KINO GEORGE ia Sweden that the I r.1'1 footlichls aad the priated of tie IVtecal Gorrwiir fWUM saffere-I kavo t: fros as&kf- - Mr Steres a aiecber of the s may ptac aa em barer- - cn k1II Ve tiros ck th of-S- eb tronoif for a aiaier of yes.- -. ' poUUdl aaj eooailc ossagiKa pace recardtac a etrtaia "Kner of j Doabu" sad thea tcra aad ralllc , Um- I'raroft .MarfrbtJ this country of d a crat sd iUboari: I bavt- b Ellis Root M Ijcwcraatr consent! bthiad hlca. oae hvadrrd aad t'eslr GHOWING JoIIcts- - a?:aber of Tit; d?rtz2ir"s OAINT PKIJIIHO: reard5 leare for HsaeU foos. but at tbe r- - thousaad strotc. oa hi lirs-- l cU for America on tho pwronal k for HP.lTAl.VS ItfLKKs IN if coapUlat. of the coeacH he of Kiac Gastave. whov The a;oroaJ of the aex Nttio&t! 7AMif 15 the Srrt aiiieiae that ha' for K.N;i AMI. rrce oa the special railroad roiaatecrk.pret -- estera battle froa Oa the friend he has been for th Presaieat'f a- - potitne aa l&Ftiac reHel." atlMiec Xrv BUS nrii "eoateaptihle ia Kraace. Halaad minister retirl frt n. therecadfer wJl be coiai-4fi- t. vrite Mr. Absj. Ka4ia. Spar-por:- . The plaa; of the Deft-&little'ara9" has set its face toward j cal aco and rfil b re;clre5 A! KY "ChaaiberlsiE' Tablets call for sesdiac th- - atire AECf.-ici- n " oae life - Altho H Loadoa. May lierlia. aad the Crmas lecioa feera of the foremost baine r I 5rpef of rolliac stock tad exp-r- : to prfrf!!. theatre for hare done wosiers iot c sai to be haia: soae littlr troabte is Wells' sarcestioa that Great Ilritain He is a hank 0ta:sibl-ererrher- e. easploves at be tsloirx rotlar pis Tslre tha: h'.rhlr " airrotd The cexactfsioo to checV.iac it- America's Consrs. be aade a republic hj- aot tx''fa.-oraWExport of the is th" toUcc preancu as hch the; Ras4a ill cire expert advice there represeatiap the dastardly aa'ee" received, there is appareat s s tioa aad presldeat of fosr haTethalr hos oa s? to do ererj-thiapossi"ill Cror-r- e isd aatioa. has jus: coae oa record as certain preiadltO acalast Kloc which th- JresWBt xi! auaoasce a ble to that aatioa' ra U-- a- PUy I'oUUo? aad his. fatally becasse of thHr of the e--1 ia M. was reluci The pro'osiUtj i? ths? frosi Jen t synes for the sooTeaeat overwfatdaiacty ytea (;ior baildiai; an . prepoaderaat Geraaa blood A wide n'e cer" rataer atoaa-de-:th oth-t- r of draft Ulve th political arena aa 4ayy will elap" beteea Sfte spread dcaaad Is aiced that HritiMi dar ts lfcara th&t & oertaia political of sppljs aad troops. aa army .f ts- - Ml! sad seated only after the Klcc is bsf hose rrflcioae aaliatioas aaj Word reached here today Whea will Geraaaay ieara that ji j priacf-- i ao loader so to Grmaar f or r at the extreme irrarity of ecoaeaic conditwas doesa't pay to tasat Aaplo-Saxo- a hias ia roo-- i Head iraea & hot ficht order to vive atlon for Sweden The rnf l Tie Gorvraor oi (ch State "sni; is a. ha I tia the caaiiiCT ia Petrocrad aa-- at the saThere are cacy pretty aad aeeea-acaeroar frieads fa the ' e tj thereia two year ieaee of a b tip tU-- i of !e.--the straia oa traa porta tioa ertaia Graad A Preach warhia receatl paid a plished Eacllit plrls taitable as coa-- j ia Ka't-- r of MLM2i for Coacrt Tht sacWafrr of faalitses. the Rassiaa Provwioaal visit to aa Atiaatic port near Wash- - sorts for llritisb fciacs. raas the arca- - States and was very' popular -- n ch eovatr ! to V- is chare" of ih Washlactoa durlac hi rr rtw Vhea stei cp&a hat he bsj4 GoTeraaeat ts traasierricf: to &tk lactoa. aad several parties of Preach j arm The Pras-tac-s ba asS their Shertff. the fK:.'- - cierfc eai the his prticuon. b- - referred to tbre a miauter Rcs5ia the creat acaitieas aad sep-pl- j- jaclies, pkteresqae ia their uaiforas marriageable daughters to build ap a loeatT pTMCaa. aetiar icSeio. ra- phiats ia aad aear the capital aad recsptlritr Jamtly systeaa la the eoarts of caps .visited the SftES a djfftreat ooard h&l! be with a pary Kasosic Coal aad oth-- r materials a."d ia capital for a short lool. arocad " raaay aatioas. aad this auM be checkia ooaa-c?kOeafacss Cannot Be CureJ Ia citlr ? tlf GoTraor. of wde sspe to be thes- - establishaeat; were iaport-- d Althoaph there vat ao advance no- ed. r local prltcalU4d. ( lkj- ' ul Tb-gortElutBr ;Htlii:loa of siore th&s held ia a th Ikv rut saail town aear his bone, trom riarlaai aatil the sba.ariae tice of their coaiaj;. some Wahiac-toaiaa- s Dispatch vojcec this eJ7 & Th" 4 .r t cr 4rrrws, imt 3t ui f a.M6 th retmtWn be raer where r w crattttBi r.twi eosaaad-e- d aesacr ccnailed taapons. the placed pleas are cars at th4r feeliac la l) foliowiac tiporoas Ian-su- a a4 5ltetwi He cetnl of the Xaj-or ttM thliait-- d railroad taciHties v.a.e II MUI A2AM-- KuKrillit Tvl- by hue to b stacd at thr t"l IliW 1. Reservice, aad still others 4 rj i lhi )4l Mfc Ia ordtr hoerds of beta overtaxed ia bnapiaa the-- a waea they chaaced to a-e- t "treated"' of his Graad Lodce va4 m ex-- . )t-m- . Would mirK h rtT-- j lh. t th I a party ttet the deiixaetfej eosaty toi dir . Froa th- - political eatieaaa's eesaities fros the fields far t th la'iM rl ' It fe aot eaoach ta destroy Prn . 't S of the Preach lads A little Mlt tb oSiciU aufi the ;eop rearallr oa trainiar; he ooahd draw ao other n ia at4 Dl. tafc. r.sirr4 to J' soath or from Archaacei ia th- aorth m Pifteeath Street broaphtiacideat Ua aiilitarla. nhove eaistenc Wr kr&rlac smiles "'a Sera cJear adersttttcrr T the ces-t w ir k Th zre xsted t. kH-tiblfc- J to the faces of so a 4rtr" It ws.5 impossible for hiac cmW t Veep aaaaVlad ehalaed to th. A Bit bystaaders k4rh . atb t fcu a laeats. aaethod the tofkma bn-- f ost-H- a to eoatetre of aay ooaskferable body at Tacaam; sad Berbfeatsl party of attractive cirls froaj a aear-b- y prospect of wr. there autst alo i f tfc .afar. tH t H is riT4 Ms4rWI i of iae& Vsa: called loreiher iroa ta the aeichborhood of the Caaeasw. raas sr fara" oSee baikiiac. InacheoBwurd bent destroys the caaniac appaaaae of a e S cotvM fcr Haifa cai- - Th Sherifii or other a every eoatty in tie Sme. wuhost laere te piecty 01 coal, ore aa4 came face to face with a daacer 4 rtrratart fr xiuad of the that systeta. oae of the f&cialfc. lJBai4iafe2T poa reeivia; jwlrtietl tood Th aaoveaeBt there f Uhm- - Preach T J CHE.NET T" sizaifkaacr oaa of which is the iKtrpotaalioa 01 sailors. The smallest maiden S SM h seUee from the Goreraor. stzii also wi: Taka Ht.r t Paaaiij Itlla far f.- -.t Suaase to aay. sre have heard sex- - aa4 r o the lot. blashiar bat brave. aired the tradllioa that ia Gernsaay atone registrars tor sreciaet apiaal aa etewer.t which "Vive eral of that Jaris- - roMI ia Fraace'" ia her best high- - h H foaad the rajal marriage MIM1A the stabiity of th dsctioa roiee the smsae opiatea. We KPKT IUIH.M: d(t French One of the Jackie, i aaarjse. The proper! joa of registrar tAall traualy do -The aewh uiWWied a ooib with a 1 set saspteioEi ef say- - Goveraaeat ay ytrs prior to the war i.tm Nfir. to Mill "For fall bUcSc beard, 37 persoas to he oae &r is liodr'S' aaotive rv ojr own. doa't ?tets wfll he eiqaiaaed rtb the men spraac to atte&tioa; then, it seemed to be taken for craated removias rsfetsrl Each mse to be remittee-e- ve Uht. dera devsoas. lavolTtac aeavj- - r hie jvn nn4 nilh Tw. VIm1 i t ..oei. May " The that whea a Earopoaa Prince weat srill coaarfe kbot 1 aer eat of eha.ies of asakiae tools ic saajdtes uje groani. a his caw was turned in the "aju carp4 ibm Sane oe re replied. 'Vire A- tie la Aater f Heoltli. A ?yal-- l direction of the Rhine, and eerUlnly fr.n Cairo to Mecca oat eriaae:" If. tor iastaoc. all nea hJt-e. PytisEriaa Th to t r- of Aarteat L J ..aBuwjmt) t BllTOMlltrc in the innumerable daughters of Jh- - few speciacnlar ew-at- s VT.r.if, fw-and of 2fe meiuttv a - J hnndred aad one Gorman arineel aaoaotoay of war time 11 at UB1" iooi , Hi1 fonM,y Kty raprtstrar.C are to hv rste&4 th One of the most aort:ul aratw -araaee aad parity A a bade -, ,. e wt sjisoow o. tajes he had ao tact ol choice If considerable prcsion of M . f- .m y .v. t 1. "" r t thataad Wnshiae-the- y there were aay Traaatt.-r nrfafc fmKMzlmiBS Cc5"a Uibt as&s the av poia-- 4 Genoa a dans accempaayini; It la at . t ' " A the pracaet pcpalatloa 3. neaier a a symfeol of health, j w iiecHnton. Bta&dos Spnasa. ton' OWa eordial P1-t diplomacy paved the ; to the al- axe to Mohammed's tomb t accept b srvR fr -" The preeion in Su -- voirm. w,,n a "- " ior oar tar ' of cameiau volnattw Tst-i- n vmtrn. "Onr bahr had wh&wKac."" "So far as Britain k concerned the from the freight station, wr.- eh ! 0 MlaXTa- -' :,, babW"161t ran to nre srttbont eossation. . ... German royal matrioala!-.'aiporia, 1 3W -- WSlrpet hail pr)uUa- - -- r . .MiiX-- l ) n.t-,d 1" rei-t'-ir- 'twer;.. T, !,,. rktaav. ' enfort i is bankrapt and dfav Pectal train. The piicriiii. ., It yon Clear Vour Skin In Spring. pace in each precinct ioa a Th votlaa Remedy and it soon gist efWe tooncern. and th marriage sentlaK varions trilv-- s aad raci ' h prepared for reistratioa. are troabled with xanJsstloa. Ml. him -- -. .. wry. Snrtar- hOR. WU.......0- - iiiw . iII aaw w .1 J nieaitfr ota oa royal family banners aad pwyMi W Ml,illV. gCi prtnlac iastracttoe eorarias " m , eleaaias inside and outside UbU will be plaasd to look-yoar &rv- of tableiafroas for convtrt npon tomtoms deta : of resiaiFaXios will t ae aa ana a ia. a r-- a" aV noaae Behind the foot stUcrita. s.tu a . Aiinawia 01 w- - , in time He BoshI to 'l- - hata of 8area and Mayors Slst- - Yoc w.n h-- sarprUed at the Waihin;non Ietter. " nnly eaUMiahed the ml of body of Egyptian caialry i wh:ct aev affwi ter inactiTijy . Plash yonr. lntertl.-- s t D C sh day afjer k PrrbJn' qtsict WaAlartn. ... . W"T ' oiiuaai vrwb om 1.i.a. anon Ana ariaegroom ; Icr sword, moanied npon beau' '"" ciuEiat lot- the E7.t wfcr began, .t Ls uea an-- "'" m Untish royalties, the example beta ponlea and followed b a enay 10 par-- it that the Cerxuan oeot,la have i pf e "" "" auaaisrstow set by the Prince of Wales, sho has battery of native artillm ' ben Terin5 aader a never dissniaad his lympaihy w)a Egypt an tuilliar hand c. WU ,rtU yomr - taj the 'iho'. lanit mx.Cmti handicap a.or Jar-'Li-", - .Governor your y. Try Dr this admirable policy. maklna a arodUloa .im t' ik"1 . ias In as cons-jn- ns flaruiied tana '. xh machinations 01 the ex them aurchM a lte adii aad i ' r ral!. with rtrtal of tfc of H.,Ku!f'' Nw .r . litirv c,rie and of the stroas-ariito- d infantry, their po :t ; r,Ulrow oir " d"Ss" ' 0 wtra : ia a : tee bedaning o the Sophie of Greece have offered u glistening in the brilliant . i- vssior, ;!. state o aublie oals. ',At dmr?isis. J5c. titer irraai6d ; clear warcinaa of the rise of German The? Hire followed b SO ' ' ;.fpl one .rn :n our ovh eWntry tMay That ..rf a1 r j brides. So far from identifying them band -.-uking weird noise n Memory. rtt.os boar- ia sha'l flir;a'.. iitiaicap if th total tnab:!it "ol die rep rod ace some of u . .11 11 In memory of little Gertie oe- - selves wits the interests of their ad- - i .- - or'Ice t'wmt. !J.i4JM..1l & tact board to perfcrn. . , -'I .jv.auai. laaiinaau oau CTJiit'etlT--.. i nwam uermans natite air. jr.iitr t tsos impvt-n. twin daashter &t Gay and Katie ' u ntiderstand the Then y me th "holy carpi - Stewart who departed thU life on j r"HIJ "a KU,,nK IO FcEtiaJpHa, Pa. "Oae rear tp9 I 1. iX.o and temperament fiheriif. a tertocra t. ' .') " u.e Majr r desir. be stay 1; k ' wts iry f:tj: trd I suilered with puns Gernaay did not dreai. that Sax- - PrH S3. 191' Ac 4 jears. one mu wre-- i orof ol Herlln Thv rtod n a richly embroidered may have (Stimable onallUe. to u borne on the back of a cann. a bv side and back .ud v. ot Id - eeatral award to rdiuu , war iu l&H. month and faelve d- the ecu. I nearly vect ,f for tho failinpf; if , thv more eaMt4 fidtouetl, on .. 'A'eep not dear father xai mother vrh of minor boards. in rici. ana uaatiU- -' I vrat to iqt did ahe 'I SraaaaV. crazr sneeeaafnlly eonciMil them, for his- which rode a nnthe pries! Httle Grtie wan has cane America a nctiou which weatM ? t thA 8fth dar nitr th- - :'.v cifls rert doctors tad iii-r- v up arms in ddfe&t 01 t hoar. for' io c w$ to sweet to laaoeent. tory, with few exception., typifies came some Rnsltsk military r ". has lamted hi procian i' ' they 1 Etid I tad them a 'seoldiaF. fretful, nonrotlc pollca, bringing up th. rea' -- ri of coiailta and eitk-- t 1 tbW sad mh oat-lt- o feiaaJe troabb tai Although PraiUu: W:i-- u She has hus ' r",w-J,- ,l "" tC omen. dis4atn-iLarta- n UTnOlioU ' I a sari ' vtocl net et tay stccrr lace the mourn of her America's wBreWth and hBaau.,-u As the oarpiH. sarrounUi-- . "" ot rc'jf , i Wrth I consent pie of tie reT!'' Jd raaaon- - for roinr t,. .intj t gvard of icyptian infantry p. orriU-- co. I tena which are ptetely uEdorstood ! A daar Mttl MlarllaE from y0(, ,. i .;' I"rt" ,,h troa' x th Satariff w ircit ' thr V . ... . ij-d- .q had rcilered fcrfocr Loimj. .MHisieU . that he imwenee crowds of atio lit. . votoe ehd th ich wl'! an' t. 'ycert bfcT tiu tral all the world antsiif .fprta r.a.n KMe wA meant von ynni- - i vJtll !' a Uiv,mu W :reu saluted, while their ? eh ctacka tvltaa; Uvoir Power, tht Gnain ia T cn-l' ktw that ,"1' ,"' ehwboard. and hi folk, who wrv at the wlmiow ' J Allot oat. In no ec-- c ' ha..lgffWl tin nw.V UK n We 91W Unaas u. "strafe" the ' c 02ev.mad"i" W.0 a ' :h pcraons he given ta ranks jiwr baby .1!T",'",, ot ' KPf on the roaffc of the houe. n t'rieaau. tail. --j;e 1 tocL Eery ajfJa since I tad ' dolUr-frahhlVtotorwV dausht-a-- 1 curioui. wallinK . Ttiay nt w be vrtj a j ?cap j- rt J .ae poilfrr-erUnfataa After the writ .cr is this Mmtlmaet tv b. co: rooad- - ifsij;. y to your wtnary she is b- - tfee ctorir that the turd-- : cranrT-siay ..? a, pcricaic&ad vraz todtoatliHi hail aWhd Hs laar df th ' Still in spirit ywt hebt!d be.--j T' .""T1 vUh the daliberate ..repreaa.:lr ' ne-rI vac acrerliss-r- r tatiotu which are fed u th. . and yl alltaacv wa uken bask to the railwa l "a to aa to it that th aa'd r la dreams alto hver near - jr, a" trt c wr lion andjonreyeal hy special tr. tie picture pobiic b mae of Li, - uea. 't'nl o- !! rars of thir hon.v ; Ton will tn resist her in the morainjt of avoxa.1 :.jhid b r. t-- . td from - 'J n rasattioa day. thii- coatr. lb doch. where It was rv ' ' artlati easaaatin? from their "ncr-- w.ar worh on earth is done j r,rB,'JM n Lii thu pictsrewas c --- - -- s r,rmj' aart4 rter oa will I ldad .on a MriUeh ship ea war ornae All th evWt.e. u 4M cy nira Tfc doctor haJ V laoats fthawnt from tbfr i. on by one aheaee it was conw clPftll P. .1 tad to jow thai th (Oee me only two more d.y loaa&k . Meoaa by camel v: t;u tiaiy b bt u.j a rorsix sp try mind so I xnt ay lsUi.i to th nirnn" idea K in.plictly belietai run TLCiutltKb thwrot. a maa en.c store Ltcnt for vbottc &f Lydm la i -- all Gfaaas. Web r.d low j of the caaoty ahere h ni'.y B hakham Wegetahk Cwr.p.f.'.. a I Might It. MextotB mai-- j I'artat aar ItlienuiatUm. ' t'Uolly -- Vo hjM,W mmAaa no'iead a rha?e ana f,nf ah ." tjha...aW I atn oa th ahnia day after i'i urnevr I me. 1 If ym. are iron bled wfct Tronic Wll.l. ASK "-- ! a. "' '" - -J iaB.i .i f. . NtlTlXI ' ' oS is Pfasitpsfa smrtwiiwu cf al!omtt ng WliHl 10 . ' i '' ar maeaaiar raHuaU Bite Cham-toata- 'f ; Plan; i:muvi:(;o on pooh where it will. nrer Mt better. . A poa . i b I a tt f ovar Uaiment a trail. The re-ta Hriviaate to avbliah my jeiur haaiam. aaU m the omeiii . tfc Pity . Atttcy VltoU.' Whs 'fan .. Wad baaa iu awr.BK ali are lakiuk a paa mM, ww IT an tad aa only toa lehW ta let &tLr ica. u I Sjtoiaoiau. Max 4 vm LMadaMi Kai alll PWaiv . Wicfctas h allMa WATSla VaaUtSsmitW aillv Tbf P r ' Ika.- - 1.. - . j . m I u . " niTawaa Mtaaramati. tonu, c.sj. Utle ihwc tea t fgwp. bat ke miat jsal, Jtt liirtirttt. a fatt V miniK uovar ftid UP to ehjtH Tenia 1 Wj et. ut aab Miniver to WMKitn, left I'aii. h.t-jrtoa. t--a ir --. ' mail blr car V sWM'ADiXPERTS by regMr.i.ca prlnct REGITRATION Ffn-paloo ale t nreet thse i nnnni I H for registrc ttox. mw arse -, persaa u. the OUTLINED!? t" . rty .irk oa th.- - Jrui 8ay fV . r iac of the prociareatML Tin? mlvL KU, rkorgamzk SVS- -' -i i wftl phi lBtneUr4 C ALs.) 7 CIVILM.V --.OKKICKKS TO HAVE I ex .oiERiavx aid. ' Mi , FCIJ. CZHAKGE OK THE .Carl of MK.U. WORK, ttfcer Jtsllt-Jtietai for iatrsctieaf to the Ccaty Kay . The Gevtra-- t . CitsY be sixth day after :b w!l stad to Kas'ii miw a tox- " of tie proelaaattos for rn-n" fA rif fTr rallr; ....,r . ... FIYE DAYS FOR nUuA. f eeareaiert aetb4 of rc- - iini re rfaai:e Rc&slaa traasports-x,- a p .: wta are- rentea. The Kaardeasof Ub. pntteatu.-.- t SteTta 0. New Ycrr. ter. JAa and reforaatorie sbosld apply vu,, r.e ht.- r v, r..- -. jtTul--r Vnlsz llare ia Coasty or City Clerk for tatsrae-- j j isal oosLSissjon; J in C. Grc4ar, e ( lain )V fo-t-ine the firth day. Me- Battiaore. a ooasultiac eecisMr; Five days after the date of th"(H-rirMillw. far-of , s -- I PUN i, fi,.i flftl tii fb rf nrf.. tM)n of th in ja, iviw wi MAowjadrrtliiii ik sia. i4ra . rei ii ut " . di li . :r So.lt1! an.4 iA fw , JJ'V&SSSSVSS49Sp4ft.rJ, astAc. ' '' fn Trwn.ivC! cn a sa-an- 1 relative ta Grrsaa. aad literc d by the British board of ceasom "The Aaerlcaaa have Ju?t rect r ed a good lickiac irom Villa, the Coapare this stateaeat with a typical German viw of the ritaatiuj ooauiaed ia a letter writtta y Geraaa a seat la Calif orcla to hu I CALL ON U k f ulf St' rrrt -- to(. if T r aenin -- mt, For Overcoats, Suits, Odd Pants, Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloaks. Don't miss us. All new and r trMfit cc-i-iwtt- e V.".:-m- !.rckra4a ,w ttait.T - iWir" oa ot -- jf. prieat rr u. , a te ir ic. ir ""! isaiute u xpei ay v ut u e e-- Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. ',,. ; J s k. J - te tit j-- iifT(! fr Wot i-- fiilxr r -- f;-ri4o- ce 'e fttet Certl rfsaB!rd adt vu ,.' trfa! era! y-- . d s y wt-dis- h - ei larr-work- trans-portatjo- ! ap-ror- il re-eat- er reri-:rsi5o- :t ;- t- far-east- fi 1 E as-as- e; a " cl-briii- ioa 51 Wt-Vl- y !. pns air r - -f - Ietnj Mk-MHll- - K iau au-forev- is, -- 4esijtJ "r umi aot !? a-- a th sae z" eti a"rd M eu-A- pfitiea. fsat. 1 vr ,, . 'e " h .t.t ctabl ti" ,,. !" A.. m j i -- 1' ,., Pf iw .iyai.of blth v-- Ta ai cSh t. .' q.... c- " the ii- HI 4rda" an '-.- .' a al-j- v S.(- - t- 'r t.tteJnM,w, " ,. " w. arer k " w. l.j 1 '. AN OPERATION 1 Tf-r- f .jt ti .'h nnrDareii, i- AVERTED w, 1a' ipl. s"" -- ht Eio-ptla- -- 1 - : glo-Sex- -- -- " ""' " var te I i&r"wi t-- -- at ttft ctJ .aJ -. ' "5 d aaTmVl rekr. tl Va..f lvd . hn 5' 1 -- rr .' -t r sa - au im-prs- td pr t rsitrd gowu. hld c:.rcearrir' br 1 Cs 1avic i" Je a- ... .".. LaTTrr,r;,.TTF-i- ji reat wabi,. Cllil " vtr OASTO R A '' "ucBt ir ,' deop-rooto- d - Ue iiaiii' woh Laworaye!.Ti.MeOes. Ban -- Ft.. w,, T' erwhr. w ... ,va j -- ' 1 yjahaianaaaataaaatllaaa iii.aaiit'wafteB.itfianrr'iiiaaannWa1 HI I vnnla Is second with 1,008,000 acres,' and Wisconsin third with 403,000 I if acres. , The largest number of sheep rcra: TO RULE WORLD A eel on any single National Purest is i o iii.VISED ;115,7-I0- , finding pasturage on the1 Stop Ioft Over Coughs. 'ovn,,n while tho larg IMIKSK OK AL'HTItIA SAVH lMIOAT'"un',,0,l,t '" Dr. Ilcll'R will vim. uuiuuer oi can in YI,H1H ncatl Ml'ST WIN AT ONCK Oil KIMHON SAID TO I IK MIIOIHNU stop that hacking cough that lingers Is found on tho Tonto In Arizona. I.OSK. 18 nouns i:acii IIAV TO from January. Tho soothing pltii Tho value of tho avcrago annual I'KltKKCT HCIIKMK. balsams loosen tho phlegm, heals meat product of these two National tho Irritated membrane, the glycer Forests Is estimated at $2,000,000. B. Tlio Ncuo ine relieves tho lender tissues, you j Vienna, Mny breatho easier and coughing ceases. jTepfc discusses the peace prospec's KKNTUCKIAN HAS DKVICK WAR TO BE OFFENSIVE FOR MVKKTING TOIU'KDOKH Don't neglect a lingering cough, It from nil nnglos and comes to the conclusion thai the war could be ended Is dangerous. Dr. Hell's l'lne-Tn- r ,r KnK,nn'1' "Ported by tno Washington, May 5. Henry Hie-gln- s, Honey Is antiseptic and pleasant to!'" "nco Naval Advisory ISounl Hjs Kiel States could be brought to president of the Hlggins Manutake, beneilts young and old, get i Canal To IU Attacked Ity facturing Company, of Newport, Ky., Formula on IllT kllCCS. at your druggist Now Invention. "Ah long as Great Britain Is able wns hero and offered tho Govbottlo. 2Gc. to continue tlio struggle peace will ernment tho patent of a device to diii( i come," tho paper says. "Ilusiiia vert torpedoes from ships. KK.'IIT-INCSNOW IN TK.YAS The con- Now York, May ft A plan to stop llttKAKK THKKK IN IH.OOM ma y drop out and Italy also, but (ho trivanco also can bo used as it sweep- f . . tij'ht will go on, because France will er lor uoanng tho ravages of Gorman Riihmariiioii Hlggins mines. on maritime comtnerro has been subDallas, Tex., May ? ttuln, which J'"" 'aro to ctincludo v. separate peace brought a complete model with him mitted liy tlio Naval Advisory Hoard. turned to snow nl several points lii,"d England Is more llrmly resolved and Navy Department officials to ever Counting whom ho was Introduced by Thin was announced today by V. I. tho Tonus I'anliamlle. fell Saturday " i rush Germany t of y ine.xhausllble resource Saunders, rlialrman of tho hoard. night and over tlio greater llouso manifested n great '. Ho said tlio plan was u solution of portion of North and West Texas, and ,morlra, tho Ilrltls'.i statesmen am! deal of Interest. problem. Iln said that it according to agriculturists, was nfji''i leaders hollevj U.cmsclvcn tlio -9lind been proven by actual tests) along I'niuf Positive. benellt to the growing wheat elu:ely nure of vlcJoiy. Stella So you and Tom nre really "Fngland would c nially feel rc- tlto Atlantic Coast. . crop, d If Itiissla, Itmnan'a, Serb! l in.n engaged, nre you? Hut are you posiTlio Hchcino Is not merely a defenV. Inelios of ,"-- ' Amnrlllo reported S P. sive measure analnst tlio subniarinu. ikiw. which Imni lnanv trees In full Haly would quit, because these eX- - tive you truly love him? , Mabel Lovo him! Why, 1 never Mr. Saunders said. It railed for cocnlries li.w becom t a leaf to tho ground by Its 'weight. 1,fc't,-hf: burden for li - and can t'le even took ono of his presents back ontlvo operations on an extensive r'urlher south, from Shermnn i , scale. "ti or no military r'c! for a long to 11ml out what it cost! Iioiislou, a general rain was reported. Ini" fo come, wliil.- - A- -. frica is abb TboinRH Kdlsoii, who Is president JAPAN .MAY SEND .MISSION nut only to furnish iiiilimitcd money, TilltKK HIVI'S OP TWINS. of the board, did not originate the (' en. siiips nmini-iilio- u supplic nnd hcheiiu', Mr. Saunders said, but the lne-iiiwizard, ho said, had been ItidgoV Heart Touched by Father'-- . '..it '..fo enormoui u'.mies n.''-- r n Gm eminent Considering; Vii.it To United States. ceriuln time. The md of tho U'H'il Talo of Woe. working tirelessly to porfcrt Its many phages Slnco tlio declaration of war Miiii'i Is worth more lo Jreat ilritalu Washington, May 5. Japan may Now York, May 5. If you were t'l.ui "that of all her present allies, ngaln t Germany, Mr. mid his fend a war commission to tho United assistants have heen trying, thousands tlio father of thrco sets of twins, and with the exception i France. States. No definite information has your wife Fiitranro In U'.i.' Ceitnii! jj, of schemes silRKostcd to block Gcr- - kept them going, and ' l.e actual cutrauco of the great been received, but It was said at the an h undertfoas warfare, now ml- - wouldn't live with you and the twins would you send your wlfo money, V irlian republic 'a'o tht war b- -i Stato Department today that Intitiedly the greatest menace to tho mations from an unofficial source "lialnty tlio niouieV the European Allies and their now Ameri- courts or no courUt? probably not. So decided submnrino war was proclaim- had been marto that the Japanese . Most can partner, tho United 'States. government was considering the Ilehlnd tho program submitted to Jaco Colau. And tho Court of Do- ed. "Tito Central Powers knew this, move. Navy Deparment I nil of Kdlson's mestic Relations, despite affronted the When tho commission to Russia, ractleablllty and all of Edison's deft dignity nnd contempt of its order, but military necessity was the deciding factor. Whether tho step hea'ded by Ellhu Root will lcavo has ill. In accomplishing' tho Hccmiugly agreed with his view. It was all hashed out In court when taken was wise or not tho future not been determined, but tho Stato impossible. Announcement of the ' scheme by tlio chairman of tho board Mrs. Colau complained Colau hadn't miifct show. If Hngland can be Department expects it to bo under dispelled doubts that It might bo been paying her the $3 a week ho had brought to tlio verge of starvation way as soon as piano can be complct- merely another academic Idea devoid been ordered to remit in a previous before the United States Is able to ed' . Information ns to when tho Italian In the flvo years dur- tako part In the war on a large scale of practlcul ui.e. And that tho hoard proceeding. made experiments hoforo making ing which Mr. and Mrs. Colan have the Central Powers will dictate the Commission will start for the United their 11ml public, left little doubt in been married they have been blessed peace terms. Many months will cer- States is yet lacking. t tainly pass before America can do tho minds of naval olllclals that at by three sets of twins. Perhaps the twins were to blame. m nro for Kngland than she lias been PREDICTS flEUMAN- least tho war's greatest problem had JAPANESE ALLIANCE Anyway, Mr. and Mrs. Colan had doing duriug the last thirty uioutlu, been unravelled many spats and Dually decided to be and in tho meantime the bubmarlue American Itrnlns Win. Yakohama, May 5. An eventual war mubt bo continued with undimIf tho plan works, a:i few doubt, outs for good. allianco between Germany ami Japan Some months ago tho courts de- inished energy. merlc-ii- i brains will have done what . kl Kuropcau bullets lutvo failed to do In cided that Mr. Colau was to send "Great Britain will be ready for that would sqcuro for all timo the ?:t n'weck to his wfe and somo weeks peace if her shipping during the next rights of the two countries In tho ,fifour years of warfare. Far East V; No announcement wns inado of the ago Mr. Colau decided that ho would three or four months can bo reduced von Hintze, was forecas by Admiral formerly German Minist of the fechemo. Mr. Saunders not. So all hands to" the center of the so that it will not oven be sutllcient details er to China, In an Interview with a for her own needs. explained thai announcement of It court. "Why," asked the court, "do you As far us boulhcm and eastern reporter of the Kokumin Shlmbun. had been made at this timo to njlay fall to pay $3 ns directed?" Kuropo is concerned the end of the The German Admiral added his belief tho fears of Americans, aroused by "Uecauso," said Mr. Colan, "when war is Insight. Tho Russian revo that later Itussla would come Into the recent oxprcslomi by American and whs I think of her troubles I have to lution Is working for peace, altho it agreement nnd this form a powerful llrltlali olllclals that tho beginning to cruvh traffic between the laugh. Site wanted mo and she got was brought by Kngland for Jnst tho trlplo allianco that would exercise a me; sho wanted a homo and sho got opposito purpose. When the badly predominating sway over tho two United States and Uuropo. Mr. Saunders took pains today to it; she wanted fights and slio won crippled Hussian clossus quits, Ser hemispheres and insure a world peaco dispel any suggestion that ho was them all; sho wanted to lcavo mo and bia and Rumania will also try to get Admiral von Hintze was In Japan on she did; she wanted her liberty and the best conditions possible, and his way back to Germany, by way of theoretical in his findings. am not a believer In theory," sho got It; sho wanted $3 a week and there Is reasonable liopo that Italy tho United States. Ho predicted that "I got It; nnd sho didn't want tho three may do likewise, but wo have to tlib war would be settled by comhe wild. "I bcllevo In practical-workGermans hnvo been doing all tho sets of twins ami I've got them. reckon with tho possibility that the promise. Tho offensive work so far while tho Allies Tako It from me, your honor, a man submarine, war will not provo as sucwith three tcts of twins and no home cessful as expected, and that England SHAKK HUNTING TO have been on tho defensive. GET NEW IMPETUS can not bo starved out. "The now plan contemplates of- regards $3 as a bankroll." Anglo-Saxo- n And tho court thought likewise. Kule. I fensive operations on nn extensive . New York, May 5. Shark hunting ("In this case tho world war will oc scale. Tho result will bo to narrow li develop lata a fight to a finish be- promises to bo a general and profitan..t ff nlKi.ill Inilfl ,.f tllfl Dlll.- tween England and America on one ble industry along tho coast of the marine. FOR FLETCHERS 5 States, since shoo manufac"ifli- - r.'.llcor. to nnf illr.vftv re side and the Central Powers on the s other. How this strugglo would end turers havo discovered, by exhaus sponsible for tho new device, but ho e it is Impossible to say, but ouo thing tive experiments, that leather tanned is itdpoiiblblo fur certain Important CIIICACO'R WKAIiTIIY TO Is is certain, if England nnd America irom tho hides of "man-caterhas Mr. phases of tlio plan. sknd 'moors with t. is. should win out it would mean Anglo-Saxo- n hijrhly applicable for tho purposes of been giving nil of his timo to labora rule over the wholo world. ordinary footwear. tory work for tsotno weolu. Chicago, III., May 7. Chicago's Now York fishermen aro preparing Every country on tho globo would m 'llio .Naval i nuHiiiiiiiK uuqni hub captains of industry will raise a practically becomo a vasal of tho to carry on tho hunt on a gigantic considering inventions at tho )icn of volunteora for immediate alliance, despite all scale if tho "sea tigers" come North a day for tue pan erv!co in Franco. r.ito of thlrty-flv- o Details of the tho talk of tho rights this spring. Whilo the industry In o or four months. Kach of these undertaking wero mado public s, thn o or Inventions, has been imy wlt, t10 announcement of the pf tho small nations. This Anglo-Saxo- n its Infancy docs not pronilso to bo hegemony would probably last ovir highly remunerative, boat ownand triod out by a special iiiwing telegram to Col. Theodore comldcrod for a very long tlmo, 'and certainly ers aro confident with specialized 'rou.inittco or the board. Out of the uoosovolt: ..... a io um,wiiui vnsi iiumuer, "uiucago ucsircs to raiso mo nrsi until Japan with the aid of Russia methods catches of sufficient size to bem obtained, which ate to bo uuod volunteer regiment for, tho oxpendi-I- n and China, felt herself stfoug enough varrant cxcluslvo attention to It will bo their reward. In addition to tlio tho proposed plan." ,tlonary forco In Franco. Wo would to contest It successfully." leather properties of tho Ehark It pro ?a would bo 11U(, t0 ,nako nrangements to start He wild tho new dovlco Had Cough? Fctcrish? Grlppy'.'-Yoduces an jOll that Is said to bo theJ s, orfcctlvo on land as well us on tljo rCcrultlng at oncil. Wo nro need Dr. King's Now Discovery Alowest drying lubricant known. Is jvluced tho presence of United States stop that cold, tho soothing bal- also used In tho manufacture of certi,Q battle front would tend to "One part of tho scheme Involves lri)0,,s or Bubmarlnt's: tho other j matorlully to shorten tho period of sam Ingredients heal 'tlio irritated tain branda of waterproof paint. destruction fe'oro throat, Involves destruction on land," ho ex-- ( ti,u wnr nna jmj)rcs3 UpOI, Kuropo membranes, soothe tho may be jiormisiamo to tho tromendouB strcngtfi of our nn tho antiseptic qualities kill tho germ gi:.v. WlhUAMS OFFERED nlalncd. "It HEtJIMENT II V T. It. and your cold Is quickly relieved. Dr. say tho now plan will utilize tho pre- tlon. Kindly let us know what King's Now Discovery has for 48 combating subma'r- $ luivo been mado. Tho sent methods of Lexington, Ky., May 7. Urlg. Gen. lnes, nanioly tho uso of ilestroyers. names of J. Ogden Armour, William yoars been tho standard remedy for Hoilger D. Williams, confirming a submnrino chusors, aeroitlanos, ob- - Wrlgley, Jr., B. Hulbort, Dr. Frank coughs and colds in thousands of y y and have J story from Now York, said scrvallon towers and other duvlccs." Hillings, Samuel Hastings, C. It. Top homes. Get a bottlo $ would not veniuro i i ,,euhausen. Fred 8. Raines und Fred It handy In your medlclno chest for Col. Iloosovelt bad offered him com Mr. launders coughs, colds, croup, grippe und nil mand of a regiment In tho Colonel's J say how soon the scheme would bo erick D. Countlss wero signed. bronchial affections. At your drug- proposed regiment for duty In warfare. Hi r.aid It tried In actual 2 Franco, but that bo had given no gist. COc. n reasonable i:m,iktmk.yi of studknts could bo applied "within tlefinlto reply bocauE'o of unsettled (m.osfs akkansas com-ixitime." Forest Notes. condltUns and his own first duty to wish to give "The board docs not Dnlsa wood, found' In Central tlio Kentucky Guard. Gen. Williams X Littlo Hock, Ark., May 7. Little Impression (hat all other war tho Is Said to bo tho lightest said ho had had many applicants preparations should bo abandoned. Hock College will closo Monday, it America, known wood. It Is lighter than cork from all over tho Stato for tho Ken- J Is Just as necessary uow as It ever I was anounced horo by Itov. Herbert It because, only nnd has an avcrago specific gravity tucky regiment proposed. was and recruiting should ho con- Ileagcny, proaldcnt, llfteon Rtudeuts remain In tho college of only .104. tinued. A wood specimen found In glacial Surposo tho President tries to condepartment, forty-tw- o students and Tlient. fio After drift and estimated by tho Wiscon- duct a war along tho partisan lluca "When you want to extormlnato thrco members of tho faculty having sin State geologist to bo approximate- bo lias started out on the Tariff rats nnd hornets you go after them. unlisted in tho army or navy. Tho ly half a million years old has been how far will ho get? Duck-tow- n now. collogo is maintained by tho Little That'u whnt wo ropo30 to do (Tcun.) Republican. operations will bo nar- Itock Diocese of tlio Hornan Catholic Identified by tho Forest Products Tho Held of " Laboratory of tho Forest Service as ii " 1 ft Church. ) rowed gradually. ISy Tho Sad Sea Waves. Kpruco. statement giving my jioraonal, "My "Won't you lot mo kiss you, darlSho Hiil 'Km. Stato Forests with a total of over ,w,lntnn nu to HlO ultlmutO SUCCCKB Of Student What are your terms for 3,000,000 acres hayo been establish- ing?" said tho ocean brcezo. ,jdttlie effort to solvo tho subuiariuo "Iloally, I hayon't time, sir," said ... ....Mtri(l'7ful .. llV thn ilmlouts? ed la thirteen States. Of these New ' proniem w -- j nui Laudlady-r-Dca- d . tho largest forosta, which tho wrist wutch, putting her' littlo boats and bums. York hau - il. x...... lnT.'irlTMillll " Hoard nor m i comprUo 1,82c, 000 acres; Pcuusyl- - bunds beforo her face. ISichaugu. Tho board has'b'ccn uctlvo sluco p fulfil U-BU- uuOilli tlio winter of 1915. Mr. Edison Is reported to have been working eigh- If. teen hours a dny in his Intensified fashion on everything thut offered any promise of solving the question. S. AND BRITAIN Mr- APMWMIPIM'..1M -- 'mzTa&mm for Fletcher's NJi Fto I md You Ha7e dwavs Bounht. and wh? i.no t, for over over 30 years, has borne the signature" of ana nas Deen made under his per- ., ' - sonnl cunarvlcton cWa 'Z. !.,;.. Vyf M&fO&K Allow n nn ..Y All Counterfeits, Imitations and " aro but I2:cpcrimen.t3 that trifle with and endanger the health of irJrrts aad Children Exrience against Experiment. L. I i '"'"' to-da- y. ACl t. y Just-ac-go- II ''-- ... t'-a- n Ileprc-sentatlr- to-da- ne:uicr Opium, Morphiue nor other narcotic substance. Its n its guaranty. 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A Business Education is tho chief requisite for preparedness. The big men of today almost with-- r out exception are the men who prepared yesterday. Wo prepare you for the position that are wuiting for the piepared man or woman. School ' session tho entire year. Pupils may enter at any timo and receive proper classification. ; coin-nifalc- n; onto i l$B l 111 (Incorporated) 9 V OWENSBORO, KY. t' "i' Bi mHwMWWM'H "HWH wr yfMwwlf I s. t J i. Hartford Republican. KattrtA urcordlnR to low nl lh I'oiitnlfi of th iwonfl" d.r tford. Ky.. ft miill backed up to hlra and there kick the OHIO llvlnR day lights out of tlio has been, or would bo, offender CIRCUIT COURT IN SHORT SESSION after tho dato when the new governrc-rcr- - rattr ClAM, ok: 'ICEHS' RESERVE COUPS - TEST PASSED HV flO.OOH I Editor ALLISON J. HARNETT Washington, Mny S. Moro than . W. B. TIN8LEY,.-- Business Manager 200,000 men flvo times as many as havo applied can bo accommodated to .'or admission to tho sixteen officers' communications Addross all training camps which opened y Che Hartford Republican. to begin developing the men who will lead new American armies to be NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS raised within tho next four months, 8atcrit?rn dcalrlnK ths iHerirnt to a nw been certlllcd as drtrix must plr the old ndilmM In ninklnR thf rtbout CO.000 havo qualified for admission, nnd from rtqnnt. line and Co Bwlnnm Locnln ntnl Notice 10c tlicso 40.000 will bo selected and p.r llnufor enoh ndiiltlomil Inwrtlnn. Instruction placed under Intensive Ubltanrlex, llmolatlon" and Card ol Tbinl,Sc within the next ten days. Use, money In ndvnni. Imt other Men nlrcady holding commissions Church Notice for errlce t drertletnente. 6e per line. In tho Officers' Rescrvo Corps began no inonymi'm communlmlloD will reielve The reporting at tho camps IteutloD remainder of tho 2,500 assigned to each camj) will report by next MonLS3 day when organization, of Infantry S'U.m.'borla.n.d. CO companies for tho first month of hard ra.twa.l rarmeta' drilling will begin. to-dato-da- COURT FRIDAY MAY ll .1 1 Say you old tight wad, have you subscribed for your share of the first $2,000,000,000 war loan? Wo are now committing our second or third offense, haven't been arrested, whipped or cussed out yet. In this long drawn out battlo between th6 Ice man and the Coal man, tho former has gone down, stiff and cold. J. Tho submarine having been Invented by the United States, It would bo n. flttlns climax to have Uncl? Samuel work out somo sure method of destruction. J P tain fellow In this neck of the woods or ono who has lately been in these paTts, has somo sort of a grouch on, or perhaps he is "Jist a spllln" for Hardly know what to something. look for next,, perhaps It will be the salary of the County Audlor, or perchance, salary and Incidentals to the There Superintendent of Schools. aro a lot of things it "mout" be and .somo that it "mought'ent" be. e out of each Democrats who remark al all, with reference to the situation of the good old U. S. A., In the present war, or crisis if you please, say that it is tho duty of every patriotic pomon to stand squarely behind tho President. There can bo no question as to standing 'for our Country, upholding it in its hour of trial and of need, but getting and staying squarely behind the President Is another thing altogether. In each and every scrap the Administration has had In Congress, it has been Republicans who have saved tho day for Yllson, they have yet to be found wanting, that is in any noticable numbers. Clark and tho other acknowledged Democratic leader have both proven false. In spite of all of this, tho only recognition ever received "that I know of" at the hands of President Wilson, or rather his administration, was tha't given to Ellhu Itoot when ho was named as somo F.ort of commissioner to visit Russia, and that only within tho last fow ,days. No Republican" largo or small Jia.1 hfen invited to consult with our ''President in this great crisis. I regret to say it, but they in so far as a tho President's knowlcdgo and aro concerned at least dosen't exist and this is wherln we don't stand squarely behind Woodrow Wilson. i aforo-state- d tho country Is another It "pears" to us a bit like a cer- Perhaps ninety-nin- one-hundr- ed I I no-Ile- matter. ' TO WAN Of DATES. Concerning tho coming Primary Election, In to far us tho entrance of now candidates are concerned, wo presumo that tho Held Is 'tolerably well made up, tho tharo may be f-- 1 yet to, announce. If wo ;lo3iroJ to do so, It Is entirely too early to venture a prophesy as to the outcome In uny of the. contests, yet it is not too early to warn r.nd caution shoso i he covet posltlom on tho Rjnub-llcaticket as to their conduct and r.anner of campaigns. Wo Jo not know of any specific acts, aro not looking for any, and sincerely trust that none will bo guilty of Injecting into this friendly contest for nominations, other than honest nnd honor-abl- o methods, yet every Individual may nnd will bo excused for making tho vary best campaign, putting forth hlo best and most eurnost effort to win out over this first lap In tho course. Lot nono deal in methods of questionable character, it don't pay. To miiko a long story abrupt, you know that tho Democratic Party in Ohio County, fattens" on nothing so fast which as Republican U the sure road 'o disruption In our" n poi-nlbl- c, mud-sllngln- g, oaip. Thi fellow who'Btarts anything vrMited this campaign, or to start anything, to which rwpecUblo portions, for decency's sake oeuld objeet, should b snt to the Lunatic Asylum or Had tip to n d bunk and sqma gooU strong sorrel mule friendly dog-wootour-year-ol- d, In oven looks Ilko ho candidacy of L. L. .EMBKY foe the thu Republican nomination for Jailfor er of Ohio county. Subject to tho Republican nomination of Ohio county. Subject Prlmnry Election, Saturday, August U.. T. HEID IS FIRST 1, 1917. Tho Ohio Circuit Court conveyed TO OKKEIt SERVICES to tho Prlmnry Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. on last Monday, with n very here Wo am authorized to announco tho light docket. Many equity cases hare Judge Jno. It. Wilson Is In possccs- Wc are authorized to announce the candidacy of .1. W. DUVALL for tho been taken up, argued, and disposed slon of n letter from Mr. Lycurgus T, candidacy of DR. W. L. LAWLESS Republican nomination for Jailer of to tho Prlof. Reld, of Rockport, tendering his ser- for tho Republican noniluntloii for Ohio county. Subject case of Commonwealth of vices without remuneration, ns Reg Representative of Ohio county. Sub- mnry Election, Saturday, August 4 In the Ky., vs.. George Jewell, tried and ac- istration Olllcer, for the registering ject t the Prlmnry Election Satur- 1917. August 4, 1917. quitted. Comth'., vs. Iko France, et of those required under the Selec day, Wo aro authorized to announce al., two cases continued to July term. tlvo Conscription Act, recently enact' of E. E. TIXSLEY for tho Wo are authorized to announco tho Comt'h., vs. Harden Tanner ct al., ed by Congress. Mr. Held states that caudldncy of .1. D. HILL Tor the Re Republican nomination for Jailer or continued to July term. G. W. Em-br- ho Is 7fi years old and thurcforo un- publican nomination for Represenln - 1OI1I0 county. Subject to tho Prima Subject to tho et nl., vs. 1. L. Alford, Judg- able to servo his country In tho field tlvo of Ohio County.Saturday, August ry Election, August 4, 1917. 'plaintiff for $ 25.00. Turn- - and desires to do this little bit, for Prlmnry Election, ment for Wc are authorised to announco tho 4, 1917. petitions, tho good of tho cause. or vs. Heavrin. afnended candidacy of S. A. LEE for tho Re- . publican nomination for Jailer of County .luilse. filed, and demurred to, sustained and l jiB0 Wilson suggests that others We aro authorized to announco tho j Ohio county. Subject to the Prlmarj appeal prayed on questions of law, WM0 tlcslrc to follow In the footsteps MACK COOK for the Election, August 1, 1917. which was granted and action dis of Mr. Reld should fllo their offer or candidacy, of . Republican nomination lor Judgo of ' missed on motion of Plaintiff. request with It fin at once, and that the Ohio County Court, subject to KEULSTRICTIXC5. Wo nro authorized to announce thu Edgar Wcller was adjudged a feeb- all who tender their services shall tho Primary Election, Snturdny, Au- candidacy of .1. T. WEDD1XC for thu appointed by Tho Commissioners Repulillcan nomination for Jailer ot tho County Court, consisting of i"S.K le minded person and was sent to the bo considered when he makes ap- gust 4. 1917. ' Ohio county. Subject to tho PrimaRender, W. N. Stevens and W. S. Kentucky Institute for tho feeble- pointments. T Wo nro authorized to announro the ry Election, August 4, 1917. Drown, In a majority report filed last minded. enndidacy or It. It. WCDD1XO for Poultry Xotlce. Wld Brown and Jennie BenJim tin) Hcr.ihlican nomination for Judge Monday, for tho most part, changed Wo are authorized to nimonnce the Hartford, Ky., May 7, 1017. of tho Onto County Court. Subject .,ii,i-,. f muvunv tho whole county, recommending, or nett were both tried nnd adjudged to Ever ono that has poultry for sole to tho Primary Election, Saturday, for (ho Kepubllcnu nomination' for reporting in favor of seven instead of v persons of unsound minds or lun1 Jailer ot Ohio county. Subject to atics and committed to tho Western In the Mny delivery, or thoso who August 4. P eight districts as now existing. tho Prltnary Election, baturday, Auwant to pool with tho organization Kentucky Asylum for the Insane. Mr. Drown filed a minority report Wo are authorized to announco the gust 4, 1917. The following were empaneled as for tho next nnd last sale for the candidacy of IS. 11. .MARTIN for the in which he leaves tho county, or season aro urgently requested to re- Republican nomination for Judge of would leavb tho County divided as at Petit Jurors on Monday: We are to announce the to J. C. Magan, J. D. Johnson, T. R. port the amount to the sale commlt- - tho Ohio County Court. SubjectAu- randldAcy authorized present. of ('. A. SMITH for the Black, W. R. Gray, Ollio Duff, S. B. j ice 111 tho noxt week or ten days as the Primary Election, Saturday, nomination for Jailor of We havo taken some pains to figure gust 4, 1917. Sncll, J. W. Davenport, L. C. Porter, the committee cannot make a sale Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary on tho proposed districts, as to pop' Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. ulation, &c. Wo based our calcula- John King, T. P. Carson, R. S. Baker. unless the stuff is reported. We are autnorizcq to announce the II. L. TAYLOR. candidacy of .1. A. BELLAMY lor the tion upon tho last census of the coun- James A. Cooper, Kobert Decker, We aro HENRY. M Pir.TLE. Republican nomination for Judge of candidacy authorized to nunouuee tho ty, which xas 27,042 and then took .Vra. Pullian, Morris . Gentry, J. N. or WORTH TICIIEXOR Subject to for the Republican the Ohio County Cotp-tCommltUo. nomlnntlon ror tho votetor tho year 1910, I think it ""ole, Frank Landrum, E. P. Brown. tho Primary Election, Aug. 4, 1917 Jailer or Ohio county. Subject to By HENRY M PIRTI.E ' The following were empayelcd on was, and by that process It would tho Primary Saturday', AuWe are authorized to announco the gust 4, 1917. Election, show approximately 4Vi inhabitants Wednesday: candidacy of SILAS L. STEVE.Nfc for cast, tho the rule is to for each vote Jones,' J.L. Smith! RUSSIAN WORKMEN TO the Republican nomination for Judge Wo are count one voter for each 5 of popula- lohn Miller. A. C. to announco the of tlioOhlo County Court. Subject caudldncy authorized PERRY for tho .1. W. Following Is the proposed dis- Fred Cooper, Felix snaver, .s. U. tion. Election, Saturday, Republican of to the Prlmnry nomination ror Jailor or tricts nnd tho population of each, Wiggington, W. C. Richards, J. S. BE IN GOVERNMENT August 4, 1917. Ohio county. Subject to tho Prlcomposing Taylor, J. T. Eskridge. voting precincts with tnary Election, Saturday, August Tho disposal of tho case of Turner Wo aro authorized to announce the 4, 1917. same: WIXSOX District Xo. 1 East and West vs. Heavrin, relieved the docket so MIXISTRY HAS DECIDED OX COA- - candidacy ofnomination SMITH for tho Republican fnr Judgo of Wo aro to onnouncotho Hartford. East and West Beaver' much for tho remainder of this term, thu Ohio County Court. Subject to candidacy authorized BROWX for the L1TIOX CADIXET KOR'XEW or P. SI. that the Court deemed It wise to disPopulation. 5.00S. Dam. tho primary Election, Saturday, Au Republican nomination for REPUBLIC. Jailer or gust 4, 1917. District Xo. a Centertown, Smnll-hou- s, pose of the Jury, and It was dlsmiss- Ohio county. Subject to tho PrimaCeralvo anil Ren- td en Wednesday. Pt. Pleasant, ry Election. Saturday, August 4, Wo aro authorized to announce the The Court at this term has drawn i 1917. der. Population, 2.9S4. for May 0. The Russian candidacy of L. It. TICIIEXOR Petrograd, District Xo. it McIIenry, X. Rock-por- t, and announced tho Grand and Petit thu Democratic nomination for Judge y Issued a declara-eac- h Cool Jurors for the coming' 'July term, j Government For Asxensor. Prentls, S. Rockport, of the Ohio County Court. Subject We nro authorized to announce the to appear on the first day ot Hon In favor of a coalition ministry, to tho Primary Election Saturday, Springs and Simmons. Population, candidacy or D. E. WARD tar The declaration of tho new Rus-wh- o August 4, 1917. said term, folowlng Is the list of thoso 4.3G4. nomination for Assessor .flnn Government Indicates a conces- are to serve as Grand Jurors. Xo. I Shrevc. E. Fords-vlllDistrict of Ohio county. Subject to the PrlFor County Attorney. R. C. McSherry, Carl M. Taylor, j bion to tho Council of Workmen's W. Frfrdsvllle, Herbert and Wc aro authorized to announce the mnry Election, Saturday, August 4. Ben and Soldiers Delegates, the powerful candidacy or A. D. KIRK for the Re- 1917. Walker, Myrtle, W. E. Ashb Population, 3, 70S. f District Xo. ." Bartletts, Buforrt, Hulf, J. J. Brcken,,Leo Brow::, Bob body or fighting and working men publican nomination for- - Comity Atforming the majority socialist party, torney of Ohio county. Subject to Fur Magistrate. E. P. Moore, Quint Brown, Bcda and HolIIn. Population, 3,345. We aro authorized to nnnounco thov Primary Election, Saturday, Au District Xo. 0 Sulphur Spring, 'j. I). Bennett, J. L. Brown, J. It. members of which recently took part the 4, 1917. candidacy of . C. DAUOHERTY for gust Magan, Ralph, Narrows and Olaton. B'irgess. J. M. Barrett, Luther Oooi-i-- j in a xreat demonstration against tho RcpuTillcan nomination for JusLewis H. Rendy, J. R. Addington, Prof. Paul X. Milukoff, tho Foreign tice of Peace, Rosino Magisterial DisPopulation, 3.S42. For County Court Clerk. We aro authorized to announco the trict. Subject to tho Prlmnry ElecDistrict Xo. 7 Rosine, Horse V.. L. Leach, Bertie Hammons, W. 't. Minister, and other members of the tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. candidacy ot AY. C.'BLAXKEXSHIP Branch, Arnold, Select and Cromwell. V. Ithrow, James Ralph, T. S. Boswcll, Government. The demonstration for was not of alarming propor- for the Republican nomination E. P. jfcvnard, C. L. Mason. Population, 4,302. County Court Clerk or Ohio county. Wo are The following compose the I'etlt tions, and, while it is true that tho Subioct to tho Prlmnry Election. candidacy authorized to announce the (There has been some change made of .IAS. A. IIO LI.NO for tho shortly thereafter voted by Saturday, August 4, 1917. Council In tho boundary line of W. Fordsvlllo Jurors for the July term: Republican nomination for Justice or J. II. Davis, W. P. Allen, J. S. a small majority to sustain tho Govtho Peace, Sulphur Springs District. precinct, Ralph and perhaps Magan, We are but I was unable to show It In thl' ar- Young, Alonzo Phillips, Estill Hoard. ernment, stilt tho popular clamor candidacy authorized to announce the Subject to tho Prlmnry Election, Satof SI. F. CHUSILEY for the urday, August 4, 1917. ticle, this of course would somewhat . W. Embry. Bazll Taylor, Janus W. Jiae been so great for tome repre- Republican nomination for County change the total vote of both District Brown, W. II. Chlnn, U. S. Carson, sentation in the Ministry from the Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject Wo aro to nnnounco Grnnt, John Babbett, R. II. working classes that tho Indicated fo tho Prlmnry Election, Saturday, candidacy authorized JACKSON tho Laf No. 4 and C.) of E. W. for may bo Airgust 4, 1917. R. P. Bennett", step of tho Government tho Republican nomlnntlon for Jus-tlc- o District No. 1, has a population of Johnson, J. It. Hoover, ot tho Pence. Beaver Dam Dismoro than C.000 and Is safely Re- V. A. Stewart, Ab Chapman. H. C. constructed as a victory for the CounWo aro nuthorlred to announco the Subject publican, while District No. 2 is Dem- Crowder, S. W. Taylor, J. W. Price, cil. The Council, while including in candidacy of It. H. COXDIT for the trict. Saturday, to the Primary Election, August 4, 1917. by about 40 and has a pop- Mack Daniel, J. S. Eskrldgc, Charlie its membership many who aro lu fa- Republican nomination m ocratic for County John Johnson, N." J. Fauglit, vor of an Immcdlato peace, Is de- Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject Petty, Wo aro authorized to announce tho ulation of less than 3,000. to tho Primary Election, August 4, caudldncy or SI. II. CROWDER ror From tho method I havo persned, Clldo Bollng, Lou Gentry and 1) M. cidedly not 1917. tho Republican nomlnntlon for Jus- and It Is practically correct, agreeable Par!;. tico of tho Peace, Rosino Magisterial ARMED FORCE UNDER U. S. to tho aforesaid election thero are district. Subject to tho Primary s For Sheriff. I'LAO APPEARS IX PARIS FIXAXCIXC RELIEF WORK five Jwo pcijuocnitlq Districts and Wo are authorized to announco the Election, Saturday. August 4, 1917. ASSf.MCD BY AMERICA candidacy of . A. RALPH for the ttepublican districts, and by tome Wo nro authorized to announco the Paris, May 1). Tlio Stars and RopMlcnn nomination for faherlff of tho strango system of computing Washington, May 9. Tho Am- - Stripes appeared on tho streets of Ohiu county. Subject to tho Pri- rnndidniy of W. S. DEAX for the number necessary to representation nomination for Jnstlco of today a' iimcd Paris as tho battlo Hag of an armed mary Election, Saturday, August 4. tho Peace, Sulphur Springs Magisteron tho Fiscal Board, it takes 4,2?. erlcan Government 1917. of force this morning when the Hag and iio innr.cd.ato financial burden ial district. Subject to tho Prliharv souls In the Republican distrlct3nd fifty men of thOjAmorlcaii field ser- .K.'an r'lcf ly wrunsltgg to lc-Wo aro authorized to announce the Election, Saturday. August 4. 1917." only 3.1G3 In the Democratic dis way to the candldnrv of S. A. RRATOHKR for to the French and Belglvi :.. i - ivloo under It on tholr tricts, or 1,0 OS lcss in tho Demo,Wo are authorized to announco tho front wore tho Republican nomination for Sher'dUtrlcts voting ...nts jointly $76,000,000 to I c - railroad station for tho by early iff of Ohio county. Subject to the cniMllilney of K. v. LEACH for tho cratic districts than nJcd by the American Be:: m Be- aclalmod enthusiastically Primary Electloti, Saturday, August KMi.ih'Icaii nomination for Justice or cMierv.ise. Wo hope that this uas. :pf ' Commission for food to co to risers along tho route. 4, 1917. 'I' Pace. Beaver D.un Magisterial not Intentional upon the part of the Belgium and XortEwn cone Thirty-onmombcrs of tho (II. t: iff. Subject to tho Prlmnrv Frami. worthy Commlifcioncrs, lu tact we Wo nro authorized to announce the Election, Snturdny, August 4, 1917. 'Ilio n nary w.lFle .niv.'. I In tingent aro from Cornell University, not purposely ?.ro certain that it was ,.' )' and a graduato of Cornell, Edward candidacy of ;.' P. JONES for th lo'iijy Just.Uitnii's o; $12,. We aro authorized to nnnounco the don, because wo know them per- i,C which $7,000,000 will go to or Montclalr, N. J., Is in Republican nomination' for bhuri.f or Ohio county. Suliject to the Prl- caudldncy of J. sonally and feol that this inequality for Scully, a Prlnco- - mnry Election, Saturday, August 4. the Democratic Y. II.W.'KHMAX Jus-tic- o and 55,000 to France. The way command, with R. T. nomination for was duo to lack of sufficient data xluui man from Pltsburgh, ns his as- - 1917. of tho Peace, Hartford .Magisterbeen left opeti for tho cnmnilsi-o- n lias from which to mako up their report on to apply for mole money when tlio ial Dlbtiict. Subject to tho Primary jslatant. ami neither do wo bollevo that the to nnnounco Wc nro .u Ik t.ibau4ted at the end ot bl:;t This is the first detachment of the candidacy authorizedBKXNKTT for tho Election, Snturdny. Aug. 4, 1917. of S. E. tho court will thus establish tho Magis American Field Scrvico to bear "arms Douufcratlc nomination for Sheriff of as representing lonths. Wo aro Districts, to nnnounco terial ilio nniigei'nt the Awri-'an- d detailed for tho transportation of Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary candidacy authorized DANIEL ror the I'm' of .1. H. equality botwocn tho taxpayers and tho Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Republican nomination for Justice .'an OotrHnlotou will bear the yiitiroi munitions to tho front. citizens of Ohio county, of whom ho out o Aippib". y . am of tho Peace, Bartletts Magisterial thus rnllevin ; tlnij representative, not of on, Is tho District. Subject to tho Primary 'For Superintendent., British, and Fecncli governmental Esss For Hatching. hut all. .Vote Women who uro legally Election. Saturday, August I, 1917. S. C. Black Mlnorcas, Northrop which iiHUorto havo' homo a out qualified, aro entitled to voto for j tho big kind, White Wyan- - School (Superintendent In both Prlninety per ocnt of It. Adm in. Wo aro authorized (0 announco tho AMERICAN OFFICERS TO candidacy of ED SHOWN for tho DRESS lilKIO THE BRITISH .lontof ihu re.nof abroad v,ill l left dottes, Duslon strain tho stay whlto mnry nnd Final Election,. tli.x hands of Hi1 Republican nomination ror Justlat Eggs from either or both i ami D.inli iklnil. Wo aro authorized to nnnounco the of tho Peace, Ituitford Magisterial bo i;m' or tho H jr .us and l'i n.li breeds for quick salo $1.00 per 15, Washington, May 8. It will candidacy of E. S. HOWARD for tho Tim mor.oy Iiunul 13 $3.00 per CO. 20 per cent off after Republican nomination for Superin- District. Subject to the Primary dllfieult to distinguish from Ameri- themselves. Election, Saturday. August 4, 1917. ai tue i ti.Q'.DOO.OOO allied May 10th. Tho best matlngs cocks tendent of Schools of Ohio county. can and British officers In the future .. ; not related. Good .weigh- - Subject to tho Primary Election, hero. nnd hens Wo ure authorized to announce, tho ir plans now under consideration by f uuil being Saturday, August I, 1917. of Q, n. BROWN for tho Herbert C. Hoover, .director ot tho era and wlntcrlayors. Maj. Gen. Scott, chlof of btnff, aro Republican nomination Tor Justlco of L. T. BARNAltD, announcing Tho British roll collar Amorknn Commluton, approved. Wo aro authorized to announce tho tho Peace, Rockport District. iiu"'-.!,- . SubI Hartford, Ky., K. 4 '42tG hi ..I: candidacy of SIRS. I. S. .MASON for ject to tho Primary Election, SaturJacket may ho adopted to replace tho ih Inability of the comml"slon to" tho Republican nomination for SHper- - day, August 4th. , 1917. closed collar now regulation lor tho v'Tho American service. Gen. Scott will ho nf.:.ir fcbips to provile full iat!ons U. S. BTKASIEU FIRES .! - SIX SHOTS AT tho first officor to try out the propos- to HelElum and Kort'iorn Franco' flghtod about G p. m. and tho Amorl- - coast by a (lernufu submarine on 1 it possl'do er the $12,600,000.' understood and : ed new uniform it is Now York. May 3. An armed can vessel Immediately uwung around April 1, nnd ihreo members or tho monthly to cover the pr?sciit restrict- -' upon collar blouso Is now being made ' guuncrs an opportunity .crow of the Norwelgan bark Vostolo, tho i(l operations of the commlIon. Amarleau Line steamship which ar - ito afford tho fo- - him and tomo olucors, of bo.anjpla Heed for any rtvd here lonli?ht from a European .for accurate aim. 'i no uraoraca.,.craft sunk by a submarine on April 22, .., ,,. Quurtormastor Gonoral's ofllcs mo Tbcrt will ,. In lunl and ny further port reu,nned that her gun crew llroi uiKwipiMJuruii Biiiiiiuiieiiurtiy wnu uiu i no sKjoiu was liouinl from t)4iaiic-- i Now greatly lu favor of Bio chaiic. off flrirs;.of tho first shot. It was paid York to Glasgow anil tho Yeelelo Tho proMiit uniform was adopted subscriptions tot reconstruction work six shots at a German submarine ot orphan children In thu coast of Ireland on May 2. Tho and did not reappear. The Amerlcun rrom Mobile to Belfast, on reeominemlatlnn of tho Army War ' and tha ea - hip then put on full spued and pro- In addition to the crews of tho boat itawqliataly '. '-If new j'eVun oftcr ('allege. It was held that tho twi Norwegian harks, tha American liner Impossible to d- - eeodod on hor course. blousw Ud nut protect the 'cwergoncies during the war ds not merged, nd it was liollar " Ou board tho voetel wero bIx bad yn hoard ' tvuty-nl- n first 'throat and client or a goldtor in tho 'mqn'.ethc'useof all available funds. tqrtfn whether any of the alioU Members of Uiwcraw of the Nonvoig- - tweuiy-olg' sbcoad and twenty.four "Tl senuuisslott tgtutids to retain took offoct. field properly and that It would inaku thlrd-elne- s passengers. The periscope of the submarlno was an bark Skjold, mink off tho Iriuh all funds received from public charity uppvurance. to Rcpre-aentatly, ' I -- WILL LIKELY AD.IOUKX SELECTED . SAT., .JURORS FOR NEXT TERM. ment subsidy begins In n special fund to lionised as outlined. An ImproTomrnt In shipping conditions may change tho pltitntlon entirely.' Americans recently have been con trlbutlng about n million dollars The monthly Tor Delalnn relief. governments British French and many-- millions a month. have ANNOUNCEMENTS. ty offices published til tho Primary, Notice Announcements In $B.OO w for counun- this column In advance. Intcndent of Schools of Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturday, August 4. 1917. District olllcps. $2.B0. Wo Tor .taller. Wc are authorized to announco tho For Reprrsenlnllrr. are authorized to nnnouncn tho candidacy of SI. C. SHROADEH for niim i.-- I I f ' . i to-da- e, Act-navill- c. It-s- , ni i i U . ! I -- in i j ' ' ra'd . .- n.-i- - , 1 .... uwlru !- ht ! pw - - r .,ftvT ' . -- GRADUATION x 4-- 44 j Hnmmocks, Croquet Sets, Fishing will soon be here, sec our line be44t2 fore buying. Tackle, Sporting Goods. W. E. ELLIS & BRQ., OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. Hartford, Ky. KOnS-T- hln wcelir2Sc In cash; 30c In trade. Hotter If market justifies Mr. J. Ellis Mitchell, Dundee, PRESENTS on will want to romcmljcr in sonio way your IViohil graduate. Wu would suggest that you conip to our elore and we will cheerfully show Judgo II. It. Wedding and Mrs. ding. Judgo C. M. Crowe and W. W. Browd-c- r, ACTON BROS. Hartford, were designated by Mr. G. VrWoilcHnBTorintHaiiap-olln- , County Court ns witnesses to nppcar Ind., Is visiting thq family of before the Stato Board of Equaliza- For Gommencement! For white dresses we have Or gandy, Flaxon, Voile, India Linen,' prices from 10c to 75c. Also have Laces and Insertions to match these goods. Have Silks in TaHeta and Sat ins, also Silk Poplins and many other materials for presses. See our line of readymade Shirt Waists, from 50c to $5 each. Also have line of Yhite Vash Skirts at $1.25 each. Have a new line of Middy Blouses from 50c to $1.00. See our hew Sport Collars from 25c to 50c Also have a liae of Muslin ' te Wed- : x x l'orhaps 3 Mrs. Opplo Klttlngcr, f Smnllhous, Is visiting tli6 families of Messrs. Joo C. llcnnott nnd P. 1). 'Taylor, city. Toll Ihc Fly! Got our prlccB on Ulack and Cnlvnnlzcd Screen Wire. ACTON t you a sul)3tantuil hue of presents. , tion, Frankfort, on behalf of Ohio County to protest agulnst the proposed Increase of 25 per cent on farm lands a'nd personality nnd 15 per cent on town lotq, as listed and reported by tho Assessor for taxation for the present year. Tho hearing was had on Wednesday, of this week. FOR THE GIRLS elieap-e- st fiOo A lit: Anti fill asHoitnienl of Fans,from the to fine Ivory stick fans. . Prices from to $i.no. HOSIERY splendid lino of Silk llqse, in all the leading spring shades, Fle.-di- , White, liluc, Tan, Pink, lUack the "BLACK CAT" ijunlity. None like them for durability. From 1.(JU to 1.50 pair. A t'k hnd been Marshal of tho town of Tho Woman's Ucnefit Association, Hartford. Ladles of tho MaccaTjccs, will meet Besides his wife he leaves one on llio Rncnml Thursilnv of each daughter, Miss Lillie. : .,..- -. . .. nionin ;u inu iiomc ui airs, ocniuuiur, Funeral services wore held at tho Coinmniidcr. family residence, conducted by Rev. LOST Ono combination K. of P. It. D. Bennett, yesterday afternoon Masonic Watch Charm, between my nt 3 o'clock, after which tho remains Mig assortment of new Ties, in all the spring home and storo. Finder pkaso re- wero laid to fejt in Oakwood. turn to A. It. Carson and receive reMows, from 25c to $1.00. shades. ward. PLAN TO PUT MUNITIONS HALF HOSE A large variety in Silk Lisle, at WORKS OUT OF BUSINESS Mrs. Duke, who was the surviving 25c. Pure silk, in "BLACK CAT" quality, in widow of Mr. Davo Duke, died at Now York, May 0. Andrew D. Wlilti'svllle an Tuofcday a;id lier rewhite, Palm Beach, Navy Blue, Black and Oray, at Mcloy lc UP.ed that Capt. mains were, brought hero for Inter 50c pair. Franz Itintetcn, of tho German navy, Unment in Oak Wood on Wedncsduy. told htm In July, 1015, that David SHIRTS Thejeading spring patterns in the Mrs. J. wrO'Bannnn, Mays Lick, Lamar and' former Representatives arrived in Hartford last Saturday. Frank Buchanan and II. Robert "11ALL MAKK" brand, from 1.00 to 1.60. Airs. O'Bannon, accompanied by her Fowler Itad entered into a plan, celobrated "ARROW" COLLARS In the bter, Mrs. It. B. Duke, aro now vis- financed by Ilintclen to "compel or iting their father and mother, Mr. procuro strikes" in munition plaut3 brand, laundried and soft, in the newest styles, at W. Stewart, near Select. and Mrs.-1)- . 4 and that it was represented to him 15c each. m Quarterly Conference of tho M. E. thnt "within thirteen days there Anyoftho above articles would be a suitable .Church, South, Hartford Charge, will would bo hardly a ton of munitions bo held at Mt. Hcrmon, present for any graduate, vand the prices are in mddo in the United States." and Sunday, preaching at 11 o'clock Meloy, who is a financial expert, reach of the most economic buyer. each day. The business session will testified at tho trial of the four men SRK US, and remember that it pays to trade evenhe held ut 2 o'clock, named with four others on charges ing. of conspiring to wrcCk tho Entente with a house that saves you money. ' A chicken shower will be given by Allies' munition trade in this country the Ladles of tho Mt. Hcrmon, M. E. Meloy said Rintclen also fold him Cliurlh, on Saturday the 13th., and Lamar had organized Labor's Na Monday tho 15th. Fowls will be re- tional Peace Council to carry out tho The witness said ho told ceived at tho Churchor Produco plans. House of W. E. Ellis & Bro., Hart- Rlntelcn that if ho was paying out ford. j,any money for such a project ho was x Will pay 35 cents a pound for being cheated. lbs., 40 cervts a springers 1 to 1 to 2 lbs. COUNTY BOARD OF pound for springers 1 EDUCATION MEETS Hatched out slnco tho 11 Mt of tho BggBnfnmammmaxwmmmmwaimmBcmmimmmaiammmmmmmmmammammaBmmmammmm Mr. F. L. Fells Js spending a few year. Must be fruo from feed. Prices tiro nudlcnco joined in singing: Tho County Board of Education days In Loulsvlllo. good until May 11th, 1917. FLAG RAISING CALLS "America." was in session Tuesday and WednesW. E. ELLIS & BRO. Attorney Z. T. Proctor of Lcltch-llcl- d Quito a numbcr-o- f patriotic selecMAY 11 day, with all members present, as J'RIDAY Scrgt. Gllmoro Kcown, of Co. H. was a visiting attorney at Court FORTH PATRIOTISM tions were rendered by Shult3 we arc Informed. Quito a lot of busKy. N. G., has been selected as ono this woek. between addresses of those much importance was transof tho ilfteen from the third regiment iness of L., II. i ST. L. It. It. TIMK TABLE. on tho program. Wo will pay highest market prico acted, among which was tho purchase to take special training for tho Off' No. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 p. m. for eggs. A very large audience which filled ACTON BHOS., varCELEBRATION AT COURT HOUSE Tho many of all needed furniture for the icers Reserve Corps. No., 110 duo at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. the Court Hall was present to take, Hartford, Ky. ious Districts and tho adoption or liAltGELY ATTENDED LAST friends here, of Sergt. KcoVn aro No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch ... 3:40 p.m. part lu and enjoy tho cxcrcl30:i, and designation of tho McIIcnry GradGraduating presents galore JewSATURDAY. Ar. Irvlngton ... G:35 p.m. elry, Ivory Goods, Kodaks, Etc., at much pleased to learn of this deserv- ed School as ono of tho County High 1 all left seemingly with tho sentiment ed recognition. Lv. Irvlngton ... C:B6 p.m. Tappan's. i on their lips of tho Author who said. Schools. 45t2 Ar. Loulsvlllo . 7:40 p.m. Otis Howard, of this place, who "Breathes there a man with Soul ee Go to WEEUIs&Bro. for Very tntcrtalnlng and appropriate Loulsvlllo .,. 8:35 a. m. has been a student in K. S. U., .durNo. dead who never t0 himselt uaa ' Jones' Fertilizer tho kind that pro- ing tho past two years is homo for a WAR PROHIBITION BILL Saturday even - Eal((, TWg Js my own y. natr9 Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m. INTRODUCED IN SENATE exercises were held Lv. Irvlngton ...10:40 a.m. duces results. short stay. Mr. Howurd has made ing May 5th. in the Court Hall to land." Will Hucker, Colored, who died In application for membership In tho 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch Washington, May 9. A bill prohib- celebrate tho raising of a largo flag II., II. . K. It. It'. TIME TAIILE. Gary, Ind., was brought hero for Army Officers Reservo Corps, has iting tho manufacture, salo, transpor- from tho dome of tho court house LIN1NE .DIBAJ'l'EARS. .burial, last Tuesday. to tation or exportation been accepted arid Is expecting Boutu Bound, No. 11C of beverage sonio days before. a. m. In leavo nt nn early date. 8:45 Lowls Bozarth, who has been Duo at Hartford alcohol In war time was introduced kludge W. II. Barnes acted as Rus.sl.in Sn.spect, In German Par Akron, Ohio, for 6omo tiuio returned North Bound. No. 114 Leave your Laundry at Sehapmlres in tho Senate today by Senator Ken-yoIs Missing. very pleasing and p. m. homo a few days ago. 5:C5 Duo'at Hartford Printing Ofllco. Special attention It would permit rudUtlllatlon chairman and In a forceful way welcomed all to tho (Both "Mixed Trains.) Ico cream1 freezer on given out of town customers. Laun- for tho tuaunTacturo of explosives. For t,hobost meeting. Loudon Majv 9. It Is roportol h dry called Tor In town on Mondays r earth, at rock bottom prices, see' Prayer was offered by Rev. B. W. nti l vrliMtifro Tflt?rnnli flltnnf-' Wo aro ?l(),O00,flOO PAID ACTON BUOS. on Fridays. and delivered : patriotic air, OVER TO FRANCE Napier, after which tho Paints, 0Hs, Varnls'hoir Wall Pa- agents for tho White Swan Laundry .from Copenhagen that Nikolai Leu- "Dixie' was rendered by Shults' colguaranteo tho work. and per and Disinfectants at ine. tho Russian Eadica.1 Socialist Personal News , ored orchestra. toSCHAPMIRE & ELLIS. 44tf Washington, May 1412 OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. i,r..2. TMn. Tr.no rtn-r- t fllamicin.l hv leaddr, ha3 beep missing for two ' days. Tho dispatch which quotes th Wo have a 101 of gooss-noc- k day received th6 $100,000,000 thu HOKS Mr. and Mrs. 6. U. Hocker, who anil SoGial Euents: Sup Ozna Shults after which, ho DadabladcC ot Stockholm, Hoes that will chop tho wseds t'nltcd Statos has decided to lend her lmvo been in Akron. Ohio, during tile presented aline (lug to the Boyutslas nothtag past bovcral months, returned homo and "grass out of your crop3. And to mcctt her expenses in this country " " known as to Lcnlno's fate. wo nro belling them Vheapcr than during may.. Tho amount was trans-errij- d oi uaruuru, wiu "i- ui Monday. by Secretary McAdoo to Am- Likens. Lculnc, an expatriate under tho olsowhero. Prico Acton Bros, for Furniture. Tnko your eggstoS. L. King & you can buy them Tho recitations of M,iss Amelia old Ruslan regime, was permitted by y by Treasbassador Justserund others, and then como to us. Bros. Co. Of all tho prices, you sco In tho and greatly Plrtlo was well rendered Oct your plows from Acton ury warrant. tho German Government to return S. L.'KING & CO., papers they will pay tho highest, In Tho loan brings tho total advanced enjoyed. NancrlcImFis ouvtho sick trado or cash. homo through Germany from SwitzerHartford, Ky. Ml83 ' boy guiding the Plow" "Tho little up to ?450,000,-00land after Uio revolution. Ho under' list. Mr. Q. I). Brown, of Simons, an thus far to the Allies , was next very beautifully read by took a vigorous .campaign at the SlKiit restored to tho blind al- S Rcpub Toi M. T. iJkcns has plenty of ico most, by our method of testing CyCs.'"'"fi ' candidacy for tho Indications are that subscriptions Mrs. J. B.,.Wilson. ttnW nn flin nrn.l head of a group of la ca nomination for J. P. O. C. from TV.... Ifn.lln 1 J. B. TAPPAN, Guaranteed. ' Magisterial District, to tho second offering of Treasury cram was unavoidably absent and 'My '; favor of pcaco and was so active that tho Jtockport & Optician. Joweler pprtflicuics, which wero to closo May j10 caused como anxiety among thoEe For tho hefgt Coal Oil Stovo made 45tl this week. Mr. Brown Is a farmer sung by tho thQ aovcramcnt ,B Iu Mrs. Jno. 1. Taylor, alter spend- and mechanic, a good business man 10 probably will bo closed before then Old Kentucky Home" was bco Actou Bros. E. S. ' with Col. and Tho transfer of the $100,000,000 audience, being led by Prof. dotcrminatlon t0 mMm0 tho wan. Sco Eck'RInl foTGnrden Breaking ing some tluio hero uml exceedingly well qualified for y 37U Mrs. II. P. Taylor has returned to was marked by an Howard Latterly, howevor, Lcnlno's Influence nnd light hauling. this important position. If nominat- to Franco "Tho Red Cross" was next very Is jaid to havo been waning. cxcliaiigo of addresses by Secretary 3, Is her homo In Memphis, Tenn.. Gemmf 8uown. of Itouto ed his election Is assured. In Miss discussed au McAdoo nnd Ambassador Jusserand. ably and entertainingly Mr. Edward Barrass, of Harris-burhalting relatives In Owcnshoro. Having purehalsed tho7up-to-dat- o n well prepared paper by Mrs. I. S. Fiscal Court Meets. 111., who was formerly with tho Roofing "at Acton herotofoVo run by L. T. restauraut '. Mason Best Rubber! The Ohio County Fiscal Court. Taylor Coal Co., ut Taylor Mines, Riley, on Main strswt, I will bo gla4 COOK FREED OF Judge. John B. Wilson next on.tUo! Bros., Hartford, Ky. a, mQmbcra MURDER CHARGE nt met lrfst week-enwas In Hartford, my fVlends call. You will u. u,ar to havo program to discuss .omiers oi hQrQ Qn Wedne8d and Poo Actou Bros., for yowr Coru Ralph, of near town, And everything neat, plenty to 'eat Mr. Clydo on account of a QuUo a bt o bluIlICM, At the" oxanilnlng trial of Jcsso Soil" was una,blo lcrd Drills. Prices right. who has been In Conimrsvlllo, Ind., and courteous treatment alway3. Cook to tako part in tuo tran8acted( nmong other Ucni3 ot hero yestorday, who was ar very soro throat tho old rella- - for sonio (lino Is homo with his parRomember the place near Star rested on lust Monday charged with"! oxerclses. lutercst and importnnco, the Court by W. h. Ellis ents, Mr. nnd Mm. Jns.--T- . Ralph. hlo brand for salo J. A. TATE, Theater. "Moners ran m . 4ho murder of his wlfo ut an early County Agent, or Far . jS- - Bro. Hartford, Ky. Attorney, of OwcnsneM discussed In a paper by Mrs. J. ... ... ...W..M... whU hour on tho samo dato, tho Court MWU.WUWV.M1.W., AttornoyE. M. "Woodward was In horo, attended Court hero this week, SrUne A. WllltamiTwTPark Tay- decided after hearing tho cvldonc0 S. Glenn, Hint was admitted to hnvo act ot tho Court will meet with gen- Uili ut Circuit Court John T. Itono, Attorney, of lor and Matthew Benton wero in that tho killing of Mrs. Cook was been ouo of tho most forceful, enter I nttonduhco over hits been attending Circuit Bowling Green Tuesday for tho pur- purely accidental, week. and discharged talulng and tnstructlvo addresses hoard by a Hartford audience pose of taking tho examination for (tho dofondniit. h.ood tllngB , o ia dolns t0 advancs for 'salo": Sco W. Court hero thlx week. Farming Tools Thoso hearing tho u A. D Mrk'.ioxt f Bottling ll onlrunco to tho Army Officors Wo havu u lot of nice clean 'trial wero ot tho opinion that thoj County Attorney II. PARKS, Ohio County very eloquent I at Corps. It Is reported that each Court's Judgment was in lino with responded with a Stock Peas, which aro goWorks. mv. riOUC UIlll toruuiui iuuiuiu ut. j7"FrUorrtaii, Madlscmvlllo, ing nt a very low price. Get our pawed tho examination and all will evldonco Introduced. Judge subject "Our Volunteers ttnrt tor Fort Benjamin Ilurrlion, Circuit prlcoa beforo buying your supply. a Sharpen K cry tiling But jour Wit. j was hero this weak attending "Our Part us Cltlaons With Our Indianapolis, Ind., at an curly da ACTON BROS. Marines Above .Strength. Plow points ground on short no- Court. ' was next discussed Country at War" Wnhhlngton.'May 9. OUlclul ILirtford, Ky. I'liiuulug l7n7lemcnu Wo haudio - tlco by power driven tools. All kinds HillBldonf'lows; Ollvor Chill points that by Judga J. S. Glonn In a very force- ot woodworking aiul was made Bills Have horsus for"salo.Threo good tho Celobrated Vulcan Chilled and blacksiulthiuc and Jointer for mIo by W. B. Plows, Corn Planter', tun Murine Corps now couuuis 18,-9- fill and touching mnuner. I bunion Bluo Bird work ninren. Ono No. to your aattetactjou. Scrvlot & Brothtir. Mr. McDowell A. Fogle In u tfhort dono of mm. 'Its auUiorlzed struiiHtli mare, ono gonarat utility home. Will , Dlhc Harrows, Cultivators, Mowtujf audroee olo- - uttexuelloJ. In oaah. 2Su In trade v Will pay jCc Machines, Unv, Rakes and various 17.4U0 wm OMWd lliy I. A bill to but highly ontertalulBX Call on W. K. Will QILLBlia BKOS., Moro Ml reasonable. for IiHri rmwnindsr of vwok. we also lieu-- I authnrtu) n fwtth oi u,OU0 i wi tuo Hpitottji iuahuwk ui ll' evenUm. ho will eatifcfy you in quality, other funning toon, faud Hartford, Ky. Led by Prof. K. S. Howard the uu litf If market Jiutilloa. 44tf dlo tho Weber Wagon. Plow time I iding lu CoiiKreiw. Mtyle and price, ILBR'S GHOCKItY. ' W. 11. Ilurton. Hartford, Ky. Mr. W. II. Burton died very sudCaptain A. J. Uarnctt, In command denly at 8:30 o'clock p. m., on Wedof Co II, niado rallying trip homo on nesday at his homo here. Mr. BurTuesday evening! for tho purpose of ton had been In failing health for looking after somo business affairs. quite a long time, tho able to be up For the remainder of the season I and attend to his affairs. Death was Deceased was will sell my regular 52.00 BARHi'.O duo to heart trouble. I'.OCK HGCS for $1.00 per sitting. widely known throughout the county, having served as railway telegraph J. C. ILEIt, operator, liveryman and un'tilrccpnt-l- y Hartford, Ky. nnos., '.: y FOR THE YOUNG MEN v to-d- : derwear, as well as Munsingwear. See our line of While Shoes from $2.00 to $4.50,in Canvas and, Reinskin. We J, Hartford Republican. Jz5o ;, : Ill new line of Ivory and Silk Fans, for graduating presents, from 25c to $1.50. havea Carson I Si Co. Hartford, Ky. - I i. ... j n. I t 7,7 ....,'., 0. ultra-radica- ls g. d. ... i.-- I , ,,,, - Ccn-torto- ; Whip-poorwl- Re-ser- vo ; I tu-d- I it itii ' m t fc 1 i ? ' i ' weighing more than two pounds before had over been taken Jnjin fluid- Inger captured n trout weighing, i HOTEL thirteen pounds ten ounces nnd ' measuring llilrty-tw- o Inches in , Attorney Law length. Me was amazed, but was more KY. opened the rntrh lLUlTt'OKD, amazed when ho thoroughly stirred In a small nmiv :i WOlUv Till: COKN IiAXII I Will trout in its to dlrcover practice his prafeealon In into the doso roju.i -- JlU'TV OK KVKKV CKUWKll of ground food, and In tho smaller trout he ftotunch. (( rttlily. ands adjoining counlico. CommercuU ctl In ten days. horned iIiiiick ' nd Criminal Practice a Specialty. . I i'.ienlng of these lands la c.v found it seven-Inc- h In omorRlcncos It may be necessary im! to Amplify tho agrarian prob- - and Inside the dance n three-IncSeo that tho brood maro is In good utryokc the oxen for some patriots to lELOFAMERICANlDEnLJ Tho brood mnro and colt ,, 1(1 ui rncllltato the work of eco sucker. In the sucker were a grass-- , and leavo the plow standing In the condition. hopper, three Hies' and a rusty llMi- -' nil adjustment after tho war. lasting support of need more than grass.. Breed to the furrow, but the e-- o hook. In ft city where cood hotels tho Nation requires ctllcleiit patriots best avnllablo stallion. bound, the Powhatan heads the MUMtOH'S SON, THO Hit, plow going. The soil supInt. to keep tho 1112 WANTS TO ENLIST A. SLAOKKU NOW In pasture lands that can not read It It fnit In the hunt ct Itt Ky. ports animals; corn and animals supcountrymen. .Ml'.MItKH OK I'. N. A.' best proceduro Is nrmy; and "armies fight on ily bo plowed the port an en- If needed, and to MaJ. James Atlanta, Ga., May B Highway and their bellies." Let us properly care to apply lime, grow vigorously y Monroe, only surviving son of Nownrk, N. J., May .V- - A heavy-so- t goose that lays the golden courage tho grass to for tho Design. d young man walked Into the army president Monroe, is 101 years of age by a yearly topdrcsslng of egg. ll"?"!"'!!?, manuro nnd occasional nmi S!,y8 no wnnts to enlist to servo recruiting olllco here and told the barnyard Whether corn prices are high or of commercial fert- - Uncle Sam. He applied nt the local olllcers in charge ho wanted to enlist. low, the rarmur's profit depends on light applications "What's your name?" asked thti Is rich in phosphates and recruiting station here and, ultho not obtaining large acre yields. Large lllzer that . ? 7 f ..I expense of both nitrogen. In addition, all thin spots ,ncCepted brought in several young Lieutenant. acre yields reduce the "Slacker," was tho reply. I T''C TowI'Van it ictncil, It is remarkable In tho sod should bo resecded each Inen as recruits, labor and land. anl f. tf :! It ctch "Nothing doing," shot back tho Maj. Monroe is a veteran of the Increasing most year with a liberal rjuanlty of good Icnl I ca.len on IVir, T'laria that aero yields arc oltlrer: "we don't want slackers here.' i Mexican and Civil Wars and gave two Aven'ie. iSth anil Ii Mrcrts. rapidly In the States north and west grass seed. ii'iku it t a i!eis !. caJqu-r-iThe- - man later explained that he sons to his country. iu:avi:h dam, kv. corn-beStates. Tiieso Indr ciIjI cou In i mint of the was Andrew Slacker, of Mlthlleton, Approximately 20 per cent of each vtirs comcut! mi. b'ctiocls an.l creased acre yields are largely duo to lollrgr. Vcftn In Order. Suskox County, N. J., nnd that Ii" by ordinary household Olllco Jutiiei Tilor'.s Livery lluru. 1 he l'owlratan Itturti llie earlier and thicker planting of bet- potato pared A dashing city man remarked to a wanted to break off diplomatic remethods Is Jost In the process. The Vmplc n( mltkrc anj clui.atioit ter seed com. Unnecessary losses Tiny to Sutr, War tiul sometimes all farmer friend: lations witli his name. Nav IVjartricrt . a'w to man? from planting poor seed corn are loss includes much and of intrrcM, luttnrical 'Thursday we autoed to tho country !oint lie was accepted. of the portion of the tuber containdiminishing as it Is becoming better ir.akt tint Kilcl golfed till dark, then troll-- 1 t9 a ditcrnniiialiiii; pub. that neither frosts nor ing important soluble salts. .Pota- club and to town ami danced realized i id i v i " .v ,.l lie. till YOUXtJ (.'HUMAN SHOOTS in droughts can exterminate good accli- toes tlint are boiled and baked or eyed back The offers tocr.t HOWX 111 AKHOI'LANKS morning." none, , vmh dr til. he J bath ot II SO, mated varieties If sulllcient seed be their skins lose practically e SJ.00 and uu Item Willi in this Tho farmer "got back" S .il rr.M j m u n.l In crops to last until their food value. bath, JJ SO. $J.C0 and up. saved from good litfuLiiui PATCNTC1 (?iiul n.le u language." Uerlin, Mny fi. Klrst Lieutenant ii!i t:np t cur Write for Loo'..l THAT PAVM" "' Jtm another good crop is obtained. Good unto lt.c.Yu, n "I've been having some thnc my- - Duron Manfred von Hichthoten, Mowing pasturo lands when the J Lj g xvnir mnllilh(toorlnt for ntCE lirt CUFJ3!" ' K Li..".;. seed corn will retain its powers of In1ir drl. ex" A self Wednesday I muled to tho corn-- . brilliant and daring German aviator. w Ja-Q on vA'rnln UI.tt prw'Icr OUR germination and production for four weeds are in full bloom is an ' PASSINOHircrcriCCS, IVrfrroi till sundown. has been decorated with tho Order cellent practice, np it prevents the field and H .' a U nl ' lioi.Ioto or five years. . i n BO3-30- 0 m-i formation of weed seeds. Host weeds Then I slippered till dark and' piped "Pour ie Merlte" by the Kaiser. He llr Cnvonth Strnot, Planting. wnsriiniOTON, D. C. 1 bed at untied till 6 j is tho youngest 9. Then man who hns ever till oven of the percnial type, can grad With due caro In preparing land brought under control if they i o'clock, then breakfasted till It was received this distinction, being 24 proper seed corn, plantings ually bo and with years old. aro not allowed' to produce seed for time to go muling again." should be made several weeks earlier on Ulchthofcn formerly belonged several years) in succession. in tho than is usually practiced Kami For Sale. to the air squadron of the famous! Enormous losses Northern States. A 1G0 acre rurin 4 nines east of 1'apt. Hoclcko whoso record he has Tho codling moth enters tho apple due to failure of tho corn crop to ma- shortly Spray Hartford, on the border of the oil i.ir eclipsed. Ilccently lie shot down after tho blooms fall. by ture can bo largely prevented WILL YOU with arsenate of lead, Holds. Good dwelling, barn and oth- threo air victories In a single day. planting. It has become cus for this insect Young TAKE OUR three pounds to fifty gallons of water, er necessary outbuildings. tomary to delay corn planting until. from two to ten days after the petals orchard, strawberry bed t nd other tho soil is warm, because poor seed have ceased falling. It Is a good plan pleasing features. If t in ) carry will rot in cold soil. The proper kind y seat pike w 'I be near. to to add ono gallon of of seed corn can bo planted before & every thirty-flv- o gallons of water in Sec;, or write Tinsley & Harnett, m k Treslmenl I tCa danger from frosts is past. Spring tBrOwSLBH! Ik Hartford, Ky., for further particuI HX?'Jt3'fv?y-..order to prevent fungus troubles. BnQflHAflB. nfm f frosts do not seriously damago very for WEAK lars. Used Years early planted corn. One fall frost Is LUNGS or Wheat Crop Prospect. worse than threo spring frosts. The .lOFKItK WAITS HIS TUKN y Washington, May C With CONSUMPTION earliest plantings mature earliest and IN CHICAGO ,HAKHEK SHOP produce the largest and best, "Wo weather from now on, the total GUAItAXTKEI) 8KKV1CK crops. Whllo it may not always be "inter wheat yield may somewhat Chicago, May G. A barber at the Ono hundred per cent feellor. A quick relief for that ticeJ. advisable to plant "ono for tho black- - though not materially, exceed the Chicago Club today Is telling a story value. Special work for W. coughi, paint In chel. nlihl iwrall. Lrmon crow, one for tho haivest of last year. At this staqc to illustrate Jhe democracy of Marshbird, one for tho rhicet, sek lunea or cpniumrtlon. If It do. O. W. ' the growth of the spring wheal al Joffre, tho hero of the Marne. Two solbclp you II cotta you nolkiaf. cutworm, and three for to grow." it W. P. STEVENS, op, all that may be reasonably said even with the best of is advisablo ga.5S:,-aI- ? men were awaiting their turn to b OHIO MEDICAL CO. R. F. D. 7. Hartford. Ky. seed to plant two or three kemeh Is that the law of chance Is for a shaved when' the door to tho shop Representing Continental Some of the greater production than last season, swung open and tho smiling face for every stalk desired Marble & Granite Co. There seems a strong probability beneath the Marshal's cap appeared. Hie Woman's Tonic young plants will be destroyed. It t lMaanBamanMaaiasMBHi is ;ry much beiit-- and more profi- that we shall have other avallaiilj Tho barbers and tho men who were table to pull out tho weaker an food supplies, such as corn, oats and waiting begged tho great Frenchman Ianu CURE LUNGS Sold Everywhere m buperi'uous plants tlni. to attempt to potatoes, not only in full measure, to cllinb immediately into a chair. - good resuls by r'planing. running over. Such are the aspiit.' but 9 "But," said the barber, "do you re surances given by the Committee on think ho'd move In out of his turn? w,th planing very seldom gives good St r. Thick planting and pulling Statistics and Standards of tho Cham- Not lie! Ho just sat down and Inout the weaker .stalk? increase the ber of Commerce of the United States sisted on waiting until ho was next "There is much cheer In tho way ili.'ios of obtaining food yield And Mrs. M. Honan, the manicure people, alike in tho town and on the Is pointing triumphantly to tho hand THE Central and Southern States. FOR SEWING farm, are awake to tho necessity of that "papa Joffre'' squeezed as he FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Tltal Bcttla Free In the Central and Southern states Diaiolved In water, for douche itopr greatly increased food production this left tho shop. MACHhNB AND ALL TlinUAT AND LUNGTHOUDLES the scarcity of soil moisture !u the year," pelvic catarrh, ulceration and InflamOF a said Archer Wall Douglas of . mation. Recommended by Lydia E. GUARANTEED S ATI3FACX0R1 middle of the summer reduces the QUALITY.! St. Louis, chairman of the committee. $7,000,000,000 is Pinkham Med. Co. .for ten yeart. OR MONEY REFUNDED. corn crop more than all other causes "Gardens are being cultivated everyA beallns wonder for naaal catarrh, HOW .MUCH MONEY? combined. Tho best assurance of n ore throat and tore eyea. Economical. where. Of even greater amount Is good corn crop Is to get moisture InHal eltoaJmry deaJiMbtf aixl crcucwitl rcwrf. NOT tho story of an acreage of corn, oats nioomlngton, Ind., May drotjiiti. rr iu:n..l by I isaKjsiorroa. 3Vt. ui Com to the soli in as largo quanities and wcr. tloioo. Nl.u. SOLD V m3. TV PitooTo3t and potatoes that will break all pre- interesting facts concerning the to as great depths us possible. UNDER vious records." carryappropriation for To allow weeds, alfalfa, rye, or ANY According to tho report, the serious ing on the war by the United States OTHER other plants to grow during the and dominating OVER 05 YCARS' factor in the condi- have been figured out by A. M. PaulsNAME. sprliig upon land to bo planted to PElilENCE d da- on, student at Indiana University tion of wheat is tho PROCUnCD AND DCreNDCD.J'J"W;l corn Is to Invito failure of the corn mago from winter killing and drought Hero they aro: I'nii ,it :.: how la otiuln lutcnu. tnuio 1ja.-copjtij.-u.3tv&, in alu couriTnita. crop. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. that is aid to prevail In a most unuMlver A stack of 7,000,000,000 7(i i iW'tti 14 II ai.i,rlon llio iimr, To allow tho soil to become dry n- - cov.c jitniPtfzicm. If you purchaso tlio N12W 110MIS you will sual measure in every section where dollars would reach approximate J lifrlngtxtnt rncllct Udaslvtly. enough in tho spring before, plowing b.ivcn llfijiLssct at tho prlcoyou Kiy,unil will nr nma t us M winter wheat is grown. Jl.OOO miles high.- ubtliavoan endless cliuiu of rcpnlri. to break up In big clods Is to iuvito J C'.rttl, our Vol1t l v.'AnirjficioN. o. c.rUtl 03;s I o--o If the dollar's were placed edgewno &LtttfiSEPt&K - TnniM MmUQ failuo of tho corn crop. If tho plow-in- n .."".. "" i.zk4v MaM r r they would form a lino 1(55,000 miles Qual'ty has been delayed until spring, Y Copyrights &c. rIV'i In length. This Is counting GliS.fiOu tli b (siul should bo disked befcro It cr'tifmn nmy FOR FLETCHER'S Coneidexcd rnrt AnTonen nil'nj n an ' f a r i 'i i qrlv ly r to tno mile. c lips ft rhiiucq (j become top dry to 'If . mi un'f u i ti I ( it n the I' ' Tjl'l' 'IllJ 't The weight of tho money in -o- -oplow. Disking is more rapid and would be U2, 40 2,0114 pounds or Cheapest should bo dono beforo the plowing In I'iise. tons. About 4,120 larpv L'0G,246. in the end order to keep the ground from beSomeono has advanced tho opinion siro freight cars would be rcquirul coming too dry. Deep plowing shauld that tho letter "e" is tho most unfor- to haul them. fr a not be dono in tho spring. If fol- tunate letter in tho Euglish alphabet, ,i T. If you wnnt a sowing mnchlni--, write for lowed by drought, it causes the intid Ijotause it Is alwayc out ot cash, for-evSuicides'.. Farmer onr latest mtulojjuo ticToro you purchase. to dry out to groatcr doptli3 than In debt, never out of danger and Shclbyvllle, Ky., May 7 The body vould result from hhallow plowing. in boll all tho time. Kor borne reason of Iloland Hoilman, fiO years old, a The New Horns Sev.inz MacKira Co., Orango, Mass. ' Tho main torn pluming is now ho overlooked tho fortunates ot the farmer, was found hanging In the tocompleted In llio South. When this lotter, so wo call Ills attention to tho bacco barn on hl3 farm near Crop2--t main planting begins to form cara, lact that "o" is never in war, always per just beforo noon( Ho had tho occurrence of a drought will ruin In peace. It 13 tho beginning of ex- recently purchased tho place from I I I (WRrt'lJ a-- 1 tho crop unless u good supply of istence, tho commencement of ease, Luther Woods, and It Is believed that moisture has been stored In the sub- and tho end of trouble. Without It financial troubles may havo led to soil To reduce tho chances of 'oss no meat, no life nnd no heaven. It is his death. lie Is survived by his lrom drought, ono or moro later tho eenter of honesty, makes love ' widow, threo sons, ono daughter nnd I 'l&eCALL PATTERNS "VTVJJA.JJtj" plantings should ho made. Summer perfect and without it there could be . a brother, J. W. Hellraan, of this CclcbratcJ iir style, pcrirct ll. (Impllclly aiU droughts aro sometimes broken In no editors,. devils nor news. itllabllitjp neatly 40 jun. Sold In uratlj ;Uw...., every cltyand town In the United State ane tlmo to causo later plantings to ylold change. CaniJi, ur bjr mall tilled. Mote cnU thai htnil lor lice calaUuc any other nuke, well. Good seed corn should bo in Idfo Endangered. UcCALL'S MAGAZIN'C ILLUSTRATIONS readiness to mako these later planthavo taken a lot of 300 ARTICLES-3- 00 Sho It must Mere Guess Work. llote tubtenbera than any otliei Inlilot I'S.P .Informed of the. World's rroiiress in eii;Jjlne million a rionth. Iniulujblc. I.at ings as piomptly as possible bhould persistence on your pnrt to learn to "Do you bclluvo marriago Is a lrcinallnir, tiilllinerjr, I cit atylc. pAltcini, needleoik,liulrtliekiInK. cscBsiaiBSf-Tdroughts or Hoods Injure tin. early K tilaln lewlni,--, lancy Kalheriuid bon nnd All Ilia i'amUy. It nppeals dear?" asked tho minister's play tho ukelelo so well. m etiquette, pood Holies, etc. Only W cent! tOBllclasEer Oldnnd Voun- n- Men nnd Women. plantings. Ho It did. I had to go constant(worth double), including a (tee pattern, wife. TV i ii... i uToriio oiarnziiift m ineufinu ox ti? jtiar r tf yon wnt to rocceCHi iout'thnu.liout ILowoiM (Jar l'urelm f aubicrlbe tuday, or cend lor 6auiilc copy. C. P. HARTLEY, Punch I do,'.' replied tho pastor. ly armed for threo months. "Surely, aro ronnlonlr ill llm wiitch III IIIK IWMIum. mw. fe1 iWoNDEBrUL INDUCCMENTS lor tUIuLa uew and lutuiiiluc acd it la hat U ww in husinctt nnd In(!u- In C'hargu of Corn Investigations. "You nnver can tell what the leo will How) mini;a IT..- 11 III f I toAcenU. I'oclal olieia. pre inium ciuiogue Written So You Can Understand It , 11 1 .... Arh lll.'U HIIU l)n flriar Hn HtAu nn Address and new cash prize iir bo." Yonkcrs Statesmnn. llio hon ,l)otv Dplnient ('.(I I'acix) cuntalni nirtleal Uinta for hliop Work and nipi ttoj tor liit ni MccAu co:3si2tjw. jrmsL. ncw vuiui Heb lilted. The llnio rciiulremont of sweet uit iuiui;i nmiimi jioino. '"im K,1"e'"la (IT !'"; mo for tLo Toya nu.) fu't1"!' Ulner- - -- HI, hero, you waler, this Ituwilau Crown Lauds Itleh. clover Is us high as that of red clovr ...niil.MKUIIMUIIIMllHnKlt'IiaiiOtriOlllDkUITlrV i haow T1 Juwirr. UmI (Iniliia. IhiKiiica, Petrograd. Tho crown lands In wlno isn't pure. or ii'falfa. Maximum growth is tuom "? '"rai.U 1 iirnlturu, utc. luvta. IVnulna la urui tlona fur tho Mocbuaicuiiirvr aodfi ortirnui v ts& only on soils that aro not aoli! Siborla, which tho new Provisional Walter (exmember of tho pen si.soIrvm year iinct-i- ; copies, isc . M, M.J..!..' r dl.Kt ! lk i.WUku has confiscated from tho j tlon Army) Ah, my friend, to tho tViarimtlntfrestlneanilTupnil nujailM. ftampla copy will bo snt on riMiucat tite tii.vt iiioney'ii wortli. l.tery uiuuW Keep your hogs tree from worms Imperial family and turned over tojnuro all tilings aro pure. London POPULAR MECHANICS IVIAQAZINC Pictures 3CO Article 300 i O Ho. MUlilKan Avanu. CHICAGO . roiA ct by giving tho following IngrcdlunU' Al the new Jew tnfl tho Stuto, includo utmost tho wholo Opinion, alt fcr onlrc-ntf- electricity null h.iHWiy..ilMaWsjuT;iaHi" i In ircl.mJ 2V uwwl( grains Santonin of tho provinces of Altai and Ncr "utoiuoMlM ami acroplanc,.lii 1 in Ittrmlnc, u:w in mamuM.' chinsk, embracliu; a territory larger FISH BTOKV SEASON Arcca nut dram Succeed wfiuti cverytbh'.i; else fails. How to ir.U IhltiK at horn. W rettHT NOW IN 1'ULL 11LAST OOOD 1 grain Calomel than Germany and probably richer montli.lnclu.luu- - rcfrlcrratoci. pouflry bou. In nervous prostration und fcinolo Germany In its natural resour- Sodium bicarbonate' 1 tlicy wo tho cujucma dram than wsalincsss Wyo., May C The Itiifitin!npbin Enjli.hform.aaoJ bo,.. Sundance. COB. remedy, d Ihuusands liavu tcstLleiL Tho above Is a doso for a plgi and tho dosage may bo Scoured or Your Monnv kl.,f 1 Since tho Eighteenth century theso, opening of llio fishing season brings FOR !IUNY,UVER AND 15 Conta r Copy $1.50 a car to ... If yoil taitO tllO Dnillirhon Tmlnln . l.l.. . .ri1 rllrM't STOMACH TROUBLK increasod or deorcuisod according to lands havo beau tho personal tironer- - tho story of a man who caught an it id tho txst mcdKino ever s?!d ft om tuba tt al colttvc or Im inn if, Vrli tnJin,. ll,. eUa of I!,., milninl 'I'l.o lUo o a Iv nt llio llniuilMTi Tiniwirnrn whn Kimmirllllll With Ills first CDBt. Flsll- V over a drucc's 'a counter. riM'IJ l.r iitii iu man. uu utarvod for 1? Iiohm privious to Blv- - balng ocouplod with othor matters, lug In fuud Creole, a small stream I'aducali, Ky, ' TJiVrmiV Fl",rr" lug tho roia'ody. The moUlcino Is paid little attontlon to tnoir dovcl- - near thb place, from which uo flsh Farm Department . vlnces nro rich In , in.Millug gold, Iron, zinc i, il Included in these crown, , ii .o are tho coal floltls of Ktu-, ih'elnro said by exports to inn the richoet in Europe. The m Klo'n Includes also' thousands ni of undeveloped farm land, of I) pi'1 . Professional Otto C. Martin at fr 'POWHATAKI D.C. . I h 0.E.TAYL0RX.E Beaver Dam, J 1 Drainage well-rotte- DR. HART VETERINARY SURGEON 0. E. er lt I'ar-hala- i p.i-at- mm&s&s TMADC-MAnKIhor-OiuTi iMV'J l t ' gee-haw- I -r- III msmm lime-sulph- ur Inter-count- GERMINAL REMEDY -- g 40 ' - - favor-usuall- PBftJk1 FOR ONE MONTH f I CARDUI r 1 KJLLthe COUCH the re-t-- 1' 5 (Every Woman Wns lung s Ivkw Gissove?? CtSHrtl8 li ur. NEW &. HOME wide-sprea- BHpHjcx j, ""-'tti- C'.-t-.i 'S--- Children Ory A STORIA !- 'm 'i t sr or 3$s?sr, wmm to-da- Get on the Firing Line Fr KSdH , teuMMHAMCS A1AGAZIND V lot-lor- y, O l -- iu ' 1 Popular Science Mommy nt , tiers .mj" -T- Trw-wWi rl 100-poun- oos mom X rP Ytl''""',0,"''.e,,", j i. 1 ""' I ' i4U)j1.a.--'t.'.iiii"i- i 'i M4la.t' rg.-aesttl- - . 'r-- "T! V p 1 - dHKJHf 1 'sfKKpftV 8,000 IIKI1HKWH nniVKN OUT pV Walllo and his crop of spm ullnl ' JAFFA, TWO HANGED TO up at the plate, for Walllo ' i TEIIROKIZE. Boforo you buy you should, oxiunino our hand homo run; had turned dc.t .f victory. inudo farm wagons. They run lighter, Jiro made of JS Novcr again will bo YnnkccB bo to tfi24 tho vory best maloriul mid ln8t far longer than any New York, May 7 . hi i Tho entire reckless as to kid a guy with a soup fe Jewish population of Jaffa, Palestine, strainer under his proboscis. nmchino made wagon you can buy no matter what full of life and action, filled with the Never about 8,000 men, women and child- ngaln will they tempt tho fates that fire of fine inspiration and followed price you pay. by 250 short stories of adventure, nationalities, wore keep ren of many watch over three or four miswin maxc forced by the Turks on April 1 to placed and wild hairs. It g, wa3 too Wo also do all kinds of IJlacksniithirig and evacuate their homes nnd flco from much. the city, ucording to a cablegram especially the hard jobs the othor fellow y by the pro received here Sprains And Htniins Itclicvcd. I can't do. visional Kxecutlvu Committee for .Sloan's Liniment quickly takes the c general Zionist affairs. pain out of strains, sprains, bruises Wo also make a specialty of Horseshoeing and Tho roads leading from Jaffa were nnd all muscle soreness. A clean, Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Pace,' thronged with starving people, some clear II(J1 easily applied, It quickearnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of dying by the, roadside, nnd mutilat- ly penetrates without rubbing. Sloan's Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best ed bodies of rich Jews were found Liniment does not. stain the skin or Respectfully yours, minds, the bestihc world can produce for you and everyone on the sand dunes, tho message euld. clog the pores llko inussy plasters or intnenome. i nereis no age Two Jews wero hanged "as an 'in- ointments. For chronic rheumatic limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free dication of the fate In store for any nches and pains, neuralgia, gout and Youth's, Companion. If rou do not know ?1JE COMPANIQN Jews who might be so foolhardy" as lumbago have this n remlet t icnj you Three Current luues to oppose looters. Iledouln Turks edy handy. For tile pains of grippe FREE. bcloe thu Coupon with rour 5,2 Times a Year request. and women fuelled the Jewish homes and following strenuous work, It gives not 12. THoe who lubecribe now, sending 42 while the dwellers were departing quick relief. At all druggists, 25 for the S2 issues of TllE COMPANION More Rood reading than you will nnd nil valuables were stolen, Thirty-fiv- e for 1915, will receive The CoratMiuoa years experience 'in the shop. 2 cents. get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. Mohammedans and Christians were magazines. a allowed to remain if they had indi"V. S. RUN I1Y 01" SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE vidual permits, the cablegram statTHE HARTFORD REPiniMOAX AND VOUTH'S COMPANION. BOTB ed, but every Jew, even those Jews Little CktirKo Hollls Wanted U 'ime ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75 n who were Austrian, Hungarian, Here and Uuy Flair. and German, were ordered out. No free transportation was af HVMK tH A (UHll) 1'I.ACK TO STOP FOIt MTTLK MOXHV We Knock the Spots Out of Things Sault Sto. Marie. Mich. George forded, but every tiering person who llolis, 5 years old, living In the CanKy., Main St., bet. 6th i.7th Louisville Hotel, Louisville, paid from 100 to 200 francs In gold adian Soo, has the making of a good was furnished carriage space for a Only Hotel In IoulsvlUe 0iniUd on the Tho American. y ride of nine miles to another town. He boarded an international train Amerlrnn unci Kurotean I'luni. Prior to the evacuation of Jaffa, recently at his home town to come, Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. LesAMEKK'A.V ri.AN (Willi Meals)' the message said, 300 Jews were de- into the United States on a secret sons explained by Moving PicFrench Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a Koom.s without Hath but with Hot nml Colli (tunning Witter. ported in "a cruel manner" from Je- mission. Tho conductorantl Immigrature machine. Seven bis DeSuperior Manner. rusalem. partments Shorthand, Book single, $2.00 per day; 2 people. $2.00 each tion ofliclals who are very alert 75 ItnomH Send ui your Garments and Har Tho Zlonlbt committe here said nowadays noticed George and asked CO Kooms single, 2. SO per day; 2 people, 2.25 each keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, the cablegram was reliable, and him to sit with his rather. Then SO Front Rooms, single, 3.00 per day; 2 peoplo, 2.50 each Mus'.:, Primary Normal. Exfrom one wlroso name they withheld George. strutted through the smokIUitli: ICcKims with pert teachers. Modern equipfor fear the Turks might visit, the ing car with the officials on his trail. CLEANED CLEAN Klngle, P.. 00 per day;. 2 people, 2.75 each ment. r0 Rooms Position assured. lender with retribution if they learn- He looked from one man to the other CO Rooms single, 3.G0 per day; 2 people. 2.00 each catalogue. Write for Packages called tor and delivered. ed his identity. until he reached a man In tho last KUItOI'KAX 1'I.AX (Without Meals) Djemal Pasha, the Turkish mili- scat. Daviess Co. Bus. College tary Governor of Jaffa, issued orTHE ELITE PRESSING CLUB Rooms without llath but with Hot ami Cold Ruruiinc Water. "Here's my father," said George. ders on March 2S that the Jows "I never saw the boy before," said 75 Roonm bIiikIc. $1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.75 each Incorporated A. Nail, Prop. evacuate "as a measure of military the man. CO Rooms (Ingle, 1.25 per day; 2 people. 1.00 each OWKN8UORO, KX. precaution," according to tho mes' HAOTFORO,' KENTUCKY. Tjie boy Insisted that the man was UooniH.Blngle. GO Krai 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each sage. Some wished to escape by his father until he was theratened Rooms with J'rlvate ltiith: sea, but this, method was denied with a'spanklng. Then ho sobbed and Mingle, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each CO Kooms them, and they wero driven penni- said: single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each CO Kooms Petro-Ment- a Relives Files less and hungry to tho open roads "I wanted to come to tho United and became prey to bandits. No matter how stubborn the THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. States and buy a flag. My'daddy said case may bo Petro-Ment- a will the United States was'rutt by God European I'ijn Only. and I wanted to show God tha-- t I bring relief. A trial will convince Rooms Without Hnth, St. on and up; Kooms With I'rirnte Rath, $1.."J you. For sale by Ohio County 'loved Him." Ito.--t Hating Place In Town. iiml ii Drug Co. Price 25c. I Ho carried six large American Th Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located In the wholesale For Infants and Children Hags and wore a broad smile when walk to the retail district nnd theaters. district and only a he the In Use For Over Years run boardedInto train for Its short back Canada. ' I.OL'IKVU.LK HOTEL AM) ()1.II IXX COMPANY, rnii-- . Always bears the Cdayffi&Zc&X Signature of THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, THE SATURDAY EVENING POST Feel right all tho time. Don't lay oft and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN from work for days by takinp; calomel Sf'HANti GETS SHAVED wish to secure the spare time ot .a when pleasant Liu- - Ver-La- x keeps yov THKN KNOCKS HOME rux man or woman on your feet, whilorelievingyourtrou,!) II to act as local repreJc. Safer too, and easy to tako. Don sentative in Hartford and vicinity, take anything else, xdu can't afforo Now York. May .". This Is the looking after tho renewals of their sy it Eliminates poisons, cleansesA natstory of a mustache a bit of shreil-ile- d many subscript iois In this section, tern and relieves constipation. wheat, upon which tho Now York ural remedy, natural in itsactions, sire and "introducing these publications Yankees look with profound respect to new in its effect and certain in results. It Payment will bo readers. won't bo lone: before Lie- - Vc'Lax will It all happened at the I'olo Grounds made In salarj and commission. Precompletely displace calomel in everj when donnlc Slack led his made-ove- r vious experience Is desirable but not' Mrs. F. At. Jones, o! home. Children can take it freely an) misfits against tho men of Dill with perfect safety. Every bottle Palmer, Okla., writes: essential. For details address, with Donovan for tho first time this seas50c" and ?l in bottles. Nona Will help parents develop their sons into "From the time I enreferences, IJox 6S4, THE CURTIS genuine without the likeness and signaon, hut It Is still fresh In the memory tered into womanhood PUBLISHING COMPANY. Independtho best type of citizens and Christum ture of L. K. Grij;sby. For sale by of tho Yankees, particularly Alloa I looked with dread ence Square, Philadelphia. 17t2 Russell, uoxman and' sharpshooter. . H. WILLIAMS, - mrtford gentlemen. Its pationage is widuly scatfrom one r.'.onth to the Tho drapery In question was dis1 suffered willi my next. "!" Why They Go Ruck. tered and comes from the best homes in covered adornliiK tho mezzanine lip back and bearing-dow- n of OIH- - Walllo Sphnnc. mil nrlUl IM A warning that millions of workori I pain, until life to me was the South. Incapacity is limited, therewas crown in tho balmy atmosphero in America will return to thnlr na. i a misery. I would think of Dixie, and, nurtured In tho soft live countries in Europe after the fore, reservations should be made early. I could not endure the , Southern sunshine, It nourished and war was givenby George W. Tuppt-rpain any longer, and I secretary of th Immigration departPlace your son in this select gioup of looked out upon a strange gradually got worse, t . w Walllo SchaiiK thoufchf ho wellworld. ment or tho Y M. C. A. of Massacliu-bott- s of It Nothing seemed to help bov&. Write and Rhode Island, at tho recint probably becauso It riivo htm a mc until, one day, . . . dinner of tho Wellesley Club. military appearance that ho lurcJ 1 decided to Tho Hoston Post reports! Mr. Tur.'l It back North and brought it nlong per. who has made n completo btudyi to tho Polo Grounds. TAKE B3 of Immigration conditions, as say mi;, ' Itussell The Victim. For catalogue nml information. I5ox A. ' ?vom all sides comes word ' E3 of tho FAKM LANDS and City Residence Ah wo stated before, tho Macks and ,aro now selllug at a low cost, tho Yankees wero playing tall, and npp'iK'.itlon for passaeo to Europe of'I but don't expect it to be so alalong in the ninth inning, with 1)111 trillions Of workers. Ono company alone, in New , ways. If you ever expect to owii Donovan's boys throwing out their your farm or your home now id i chests over a. 1' to 1 lead, Wallle and .orn, nus already booked hundreds ot th'ouljaiids or passages to Russia. the time to buy. his mustache got the cue to enter 1. is true overywuere. hVr Mr. Allen Itussell was pitching ire WE HAVE several farms listed la superb ball. Ho had been whizzing Hits leason we need to Ftudy life la:k No Combination Ohio county nud they can bo 'em by tho Athletics with a "whoosh" of. tiul need of, stability umongst our, Tonic had for reasonable prices and and u "zip." Hut In that ninth lu- vuirl.trs." Like Would thoro be any such rotrog- -' liberal terms. If we do not lling Htutfy Mclnnls got his bludgawi "1 took Wur bottles;" If there was a properly Pro. and have tho particular farm you deAirs. Jones goes on to in tho path of one of Hussell's slants ration sire we will make efforts to get say, "and was not only and It sailed Into enfety. Then came tcdlvo Tariff In tho United Statoj. All For $2-i- 0 tt for you. greatly relieved, but can 1,'ates, and, littc Melunis, ho Mm-- i ir wo had such u Tariff, forelgn-bor- .i truthfully say that I luve il lDjHKVlly7 basted the pill out of tho dntuw workers would want to stuy hero, for they would then have no dread ot IF VOU want to mo70 to IJnrtfonl not n pain. . . n none. Wul thp bases whero our children will have tho Companion . "It has now been two populated, Wallle fichang and his tbli European and Asiatic competi1 xv n Issues of advantngo of a good high school tion that will como with tho roti'rn years siire I tookCaidui, r. third oyebr.. y advanced to tho plat-le- o ' 52 1SSUF.3 peace. Vo havo houses nnd lUtBEWUTir$ COMPANION notify us. and I am still in good Ulght ln'i t'Jid thoro Mr. Sch.uig The fa onto family urHdy of Ainrrlea. lots for Hale ami bellevo you can Xi iitrat ai'iuis cr uiuupj rti I'JlMi-u- t health. . . I would adin for iunning. Tho Yanls eaino Z0 Slirrt wiariin, a thousand Articlra select ono from our list to your xoTici:. vise any woman or girl and ii(;sti. a thousand I'uiuiy. him unniorclfuly about hi3 i i.iilded 131:04 to: at! urs. i:ms. liking. lo use Cardul'who is a Wo again call the attention of our jcousommt t.l.aii:er. Mr. ltussel a as sufferer from any female (not ono of the least of these, ' He readers to tho f.tct that The Repiib. , WE HAVE a comfortable home tn trouble." lUlol ll'l iVf rfnrrvMty and LjL Issues of JM si ot. over n lust onu uo$o high :id. Mean will publish no cimiimiiilratloni. Hartford, modern Improvements If youEulferpain caused '"loso In and- - a good garden In cultiva12 153UES Mil) a URTSS r"AlTER.H from womanly trouble, or ffijes:JS Press WwrnPflS ";iow.luli Ilk'." 'at one for a ehe unless slnetl by tho iiutlior. I'ew I tion for salo or rent. Placo if you, feci the need of a . almvn?" ho howled. rAX "1'rctty iilft, ueekfc pass that iinonjiuoii-- uitlrles m r "wutirt .nnmittui umrii. rents for 10 a mouth. good strengthening tonic JI ut toe. ,12 r.outuiy lssucj hull? isarlers walk out In I'lillly. iii-- not received mid t is not our de to buildup yourrun-dow- n cc aucxziat Here's i'iiotlier"--anho u lira r I'd sire to liiirl 'newsy JteiiLs Into the system, lake the advice tvrl Y lumiiS vt utT. h it. lout,' i. nil. I of Mrs. Jones. TryCar-du- i. Call on or address vn.tc basket. ThU niion; moiis com. I Luc nd ISc nllle lleru. 4. McCall 1.1", . 52-1- 0 It helped her- - Wc niiiiili-atloi- i -rule Is tuted vnU neck Tlipri oiiue u loud nnd rt'Miuiiu ug 'ttcrn lor . believe It will help you. at the luid of the 'lltinlnl coliiinu . crash. 1TINSLEY & J.19 (tiprni or r U. Umr viM Cu4 f It mlBht have been irtiother inu'il- - nnd tiitisi bo iidhereil to. IteiuesU tb publt)l)r of tb rPr U U4k , lilt OStx ,"J.r u4 it All Druggists tlons plant goliiK tin; it in(;ht have Hint iiaiueN bo omitted Iti'rtl INtato Ag I frihii print nnd the 1917 Horn Calilr. i been one of llneln Sunninl'tt li.ittlliiir J.C3 1THU YOUTH'S COMPANION fir f vr'Jtu'ii'oiilli's(.i'r.iiJiii.)iiuluaibcriicnl.J t j j nhliB ul liireel practice, '"! '"" '"' 'mms-rl,.Kentv SlAGA2INEfvcry immlli for on year: also choice of any ll.it It was m" f tocofrinuHm;. for i wntj M Call Uicisl'.ittern Ohiki bear the uriivr&' hlsiuititro. i neither. Republican Office. THE YOUI H 5 COMPANION. S. Paul ?t. PO:ION'. M Z3tCi lU'ETTS Witlllo SchanK's muatar-i'4i l"iTe: THE UMTOIt. Uota Wagons! Wagons! Wagons! TURKS DRIVING JEWS FROM HOME cd defiantly as bo dashed toward base. It twiched noticeably an hi turned second and It brlr.tU'ri ati ,hfc rounded third nnd follow d two runners homo. Tho ball v. an I o imlln around In tho upper grand in hav ing tho, tlmo of Its you ' when 1 wummuummmii 10 Great Serials ..tsin el4 . ' lie-pairin- to-da- iReYOUTH'S.COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 A. B. Row St Son Centertown, Ky. well-know- llul-gnrla- I 11 Ladies' and Men's Garments In X USE Ll V-VER-- LAX CASTOR IA 30 - For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. Vanderbill Training School' for Boys ELKTON, KY. I Life II Was a II Misery I II il I ... uar-antcc- a. fr Real MATHENEY & BATTS g Estate! IMIIIlMMMMSfll i M sA Reading It The Woman's llr The Youth's tl'L-Li.i-t two-thlrd- fHieBestTwo ' i t d s J Ml ; "".ll Hartford, Pac.' - I0BSEVF1TS FORCE u I i ; 1- f . TAFKV. ship buildlnB to the limit of tlio IEGIN SAVING EARLY. Measles arc raging In this comIstlnp plants," lie continues. , "It would also bo Invaluable," pays Thsn.Yfu Cn P"y Your Own Annuity munity. Farmers aro vcry'busy putting oui . ,.yVhtn(You,r Old,. FOR FIELD Mr. Hurd, ir uy oconoiuiw in nonREADY America An ngont of one of the big Insurance a Crop. essential, manufactures Messrs, Ira 1). und J. 13. Funk had could hcihI an additional million tons companies1 scuds me this about annuities: an "old Hmo log rolling" last Tucs-duHteo'l to this country In the. next 'm.XH KXKOIiIjKI) 187,000 MKN, AI.Ii of "A man aged forty cap dppo-d- t with Forty three men were present If tin Allies' mum-I- s six montliB. us fS.tK.Tirl' nod receVve, XMu auuuuliy ami several women and children. ' H.U'M INCOMKH OV $2,000 to Uo assured beyoiml peradven-tiirfor his lifetime. A woman aged sixty- , OK MOKK. Dr. Stewart of Dundee was hero, wo must look across tlio At- .live on a deposit of 5I.(X)0 can receive y to sec tho baby of Mr. and lantic for even greater support than $000 a year. linn vpt been nromlsed. Wo have no "The man's expectation of life li Mrs. Sherman Uray, who is very 111 ' New York, May 0. Col. Theodprc . loul)t tIlnl tlll, Americans will select tvnt.v-elgh- t years, the womiin's nt with measles. Miis Suslo Raymond spent last Jlooaerelt has enrolled a list of 187,-Jth- B mpS, sw(tl aru effective way of least eleven." j Xow, $.".50 N i".!l per cent of $5.tn.5.."0, week Vltli her sister Mrs. Ira I). 000 volunteers nt tlio headquarters of lu)UrK that tliu enemy shall not and .5000 Is 10 per cent or $11,000. Any Funk. the Uoosovclt dlvlsloii, 7G3 Fifth av- - j r(,ap th trut8 of ,,rcy." company hicli could make ns mUch Roscoo Halrd spent Friday with cnuc, who are eager to follow mm in i as iJ per cent mulil pay s.':50 a yeaf In- his parents near Shtnklu Chnpol. the. war apUiial the Hermans. Co!.' HO TO SUNDAY SCHOOL definitely, and when the annuity trni.oi.vntt mid lil nlila took tin the I Mr. Dodo Taylor has purchased a died hl original deposit would early. live pussenger auto. task of enlisting American cltlxens be Intact. The company ris.sumei that (liie-flfth nf Population At- - not more tbnu .'! per cent eiln be ni'adi Mr. Ira I). Funk mude,a business who desired quick action on February jAbmit tended S. S. Z. They have received 300.000 olT- -j ou money deposited willi it. That ex- trli to Sunnydule plains why only .".li per cent li puid Mr. Kvefett Shafer of Ceutertowu voluntary service since then, ers of spent Saturday night and Sunday hut havo weeded out almost half be- T,i()ro nftV(J ,1C(jn r,,,urMS rot.,.v,.d aunuall.r. In tleor,v pnrt of I lie orlglual.dcpp'lt with friends uud relatives at this cause Col. Itoosevclt wanted only a from 2r Summv sclionln tliroiiKhout Is taken auuuall.v to supplement inter- place. special typo of volunteer. jtho CoMnty ,,f uitendaiice on hist est earuluus. If the auuultnnt IIes ..... 11S 0Ile ,VOuld ... Ire bus accepted only such men as liN expected term of life the principal are abovo tho conscription hgc, a'ltl i re;,,uiv liiianlnc from thn larper ones and Interest at !I per cent will have ONLY 21 KXOLIHH SHIPS I SFXK HL'HIXn PAST WKKIC . have settled IiicoiVh of from $2,000 w,l(,ru" lllU,n.s, Was manifested. been paid to him. to $5,000. Col. Itoosevclt Is able to,Ti) rL,tunis frolll tlu, or, In all Over a Inner period of jenrs It ! difxaaU re- styles -- Tyenty-four .May London, offer two completely equipped dlvl portliiK shows an attendance of ", ficult to keep money safely eiupl.ed llrltlsh merchant vessels of more tions, includliiK cavalry, Infantry, 521. or approximately 101 for each and enruln;.' over '' per cent, is flu time like thc- -i it i hard to pie- - than 1,000 tons each were sunk durfield artillery, eiiBlneers, slcual corps, S. S. tare tliu jiniin when capital U n dm ing the last week, It was announced , guns, motor motorcycle machineof Thero are about 70 nchools within and millions me eel- vessels o f less transport commissary and subsist- the County not reporting, a very con- on every market In sound b.n.il at 4 jolliclally. Twenty-tw- o lug Investment ,, 8xU,c1 llshlng , t0MS liB0 ence, hospital corps and quartermast servative estimate would be and av- - per eui aim iiiiuri. to dupliiri uh'm- (Vessels also wore sunk. er s ilepartineni. would glvo will come. erage of about 40. which The olllclal idntcmcnt says: At his headquarters it was said n o(il of 2S0()i aih,ci, t0 tlu! Kvery one hU own iiuuuity paier from i to "Vessels of all nationalities, arrivthat would be the Ideal iiiuditloii. I)iv that Col. Uoosovclt had so many j makei .( totu, for ho CItrc offers of assistance from wealthy I f r)3.,l Th,s not.so 1kuX com. gin to save and invest eatly in jour als 2,:!75, sailings 2,499 can ti'' life, and when the tlnu ar"Hritlsli merchantmen over 1,000 citizens who were themselves unable (ho j,,,,,,,,,, of th wUh rive. to wilhdiaw fnun tlie battle jou tons sunk. Including live not reported to leave that ho could place this en- -, (,ounv ypt , ,., one nut r wny t will have both the usolircen und previously, twenty-fouunder 1,000 a;t(lj,llf.d Tllo tire body of men at the disposal of. population knowledge of bow to lines' them tons, twenty-two- . Uncle Sam without the government's. f (1i Cq ,,,. ,.,sl ,u,lnK ns c0. to make it untiivosur.v to nciept the '.!..(. 1. .......!. ....I....... ...lu..An.w.n our-firs- t ..- -j expenditure of a cent for equipment. I. iiiliinii iiii'i iitiiitiiii-i- i uiinu.i.i;n.-ipurUisurauee mmpiiiiy'.H offer. John il. fully attacked, Including six previous'The details of the mobollzatlon hnve , i ,ms 'liHM s s of ,,0.tv,.r ,)iHIIf OskWon In ly not reported, thirty-fouprogressed so far that the KoosoveU j wJth ml attcI1I,ncp of :,10 was the I "Hrillsh Ushers sunk. Including divisions can bo called to tho Held largest, the next in point of attendTRArVI NG A SUBMARINE. lone not previously reported and thlr-'lee- n at once, aiuTtho mobilization camp ance was at tlu .Methodist Church. sailors, sixteen." has already been selected. For Hartford, with an attendance of "Jt;.. The Wir Rop Net That Ctchei und reasons this cannot bo made Heaver Dam combined also led with Dooms the Vrsel. Every shoe is the biggest value to The Pocket Stage. ?al)Iic. A nl.ihrli,f. ...1 U mull,, nt wlr.. a total for all Churches, White, and be hud for the priw we charge. Itoosevclt headquarters havo Colored. 7n."f. Heaver Dam reported rope :ilH.ut u tbiek us u lend pencil. , t,""'-- fa rly be clalmrd that human, Tho u - ","l,,,," ,'M ll" ,, i...,r,rr,i and the me-bare of gr.s-i- t siz- emade public the recruits by divisions ft r,nrni, , s ' " ,vu ,"r t sq.mie The nbout tun or lilleen from every state. From Kentucky, 3" .;d so long as l.mnam.y on i..P that k.P bol . signed up one regl-- i net has fioaw CoLRocseyclt lias w, I ?' """r"1 "' no ...id down Hk.r Ike llout on .,'-"- " . ,. mont or infantry, mountalucers from .( lug out It MH'kct stage and wntehin tislillne. 11nd.ua the lurom aro vehrhts Tcfinrasei? and'vir-- ) Hast Kentucky. ; the untie of the actor, who arc so S.irt- that krt'p the wlieitM llliug ill U . 1IL .. (l.iitr .i.i.l ..I .. ,.iii..Ii i.ir.. Ilitnl fiinia, all of whom are sharpshooter.,, d(j bQnn or flny kJn, of hQW ym IVrt.at:. that Is. i.fter .11. the .,.- -. four companies of cavalry and one may.nt'ud, call ou W. K. Kills, Hart- .I -ill; IIUUIIIHLl ..Mill'. .,..M.. . I..... Himiver to the ( l i n. "W hut Is i l..r wiupaui ..f ...iut.,. T...11...... '""Ironi, .,nd he will batlsfy you both lii very uroat iicfii 01 on account ,7 il It, is, u niivi-IV- " cket to !'. a , iiboul ih limSirea a roglmmitand three companies , ,Wi f4. piessure. 2if fy'L d stage. Sieiici. light, fhsde, the actors r Infantry. .Teuncssco is said to have II MiiiH tniioceJUtl.v akxig, iting depth t themsehi-- ' are iiiadu if word ujid contributed three regiments and three therefore, utitll It iulu-- lis noe Into tiolhlng but winds, mule or les clev-er- lj tbejse mcb. The uet now companies of infantry, while Ohio is i put lofPliier F .Mailou Craw-fori- t. M.1KKKT KKPtJltlS. on Imth hide of ilm subni.irine, down for a'lroop oT cavalry. Hire re- Its proxies rcM'allug the fact that jjuntntK and Hirue companies of .in something; Is implying the Crowe and Crops. fantry. Following are the Louisville iiuir-jkpower. Thi htologljiil survey of, the depart-mrti- t reports, as given yesterday: Perliapit tho net Midibnily , stops. of agriculture lias lmeMlgati-i&u.slness Kcholnrslilp. Cuttle Receipts, 94 head, prlmo That iuaiw that the hidden niihiosrino thi' relation of erow t mini The esWe havo for sale, a scholarship, export steers, 10.75 to. $11.50. hns Mopped, It mnlgators bavin; sential eiocitioii ate Unit crows me good for a complete course in either ; that lluy about eipuilly Irvnrlicinl iiud injurious Light shipping bteeis. ?ft.00. $!i.7"i. luudo the horrible or I .erhap tlie net ,ha Bookkeeping and Accounting all basis llutcher Steers, $7.00 to $10.00. Caii- - are rapped, or in the propeller. Un- uud tliHt they are not so war.- and bccoiui: twisted Stcnographern Course in tho Owen's-hnrnot to need legal protection. liers, $5.20 to $.25. is der these venditions tin, n'iie subma- Uiek of thi. while not einlaii;eriug Business & Industrial College.' Hogs Active and 15c up. Be-s- t rine rises to the surface. It surrenders, apply at Republican liogh. UiG lb.s. will iKTliiil fiiruiers to proFor particulars up. ?15.50, 120 to becomes Hie iiiopeity of rh- - enemy, and tect tlM'ir crops or other propel ty w belioffice, tf lti.'), $1415. 1'igs $10.00 to $11.25 uud Its crew are made itloner-ever nccesj-.ir.v- . 'Houghs $14.:i6 ami down. If Jr does not take Mich n lion ourt F1.IKJK J'l.lKS TO , of two thing" will happen. The enemy ' Cale Ilest veals 10 fir 10 "Ac. ' MIMKTKK'S KKIjIKI? Worse Still to Come, SUppu Ilst farshipp !e to lOVse. Will Wait upli tln burfiieii until the Hendeltiou What nirtUes you so up. or if it stnrt ' Hucks 9c down. Wool sheep higher. submersible some a wife's sensa- the' eneiav will fi. low until Mxu'" Sandei..n-MaysWIh,, Ky., May 9- -A movbm ,o IJwt faU Um that all? San-thr.ur porbniw ' fnllnre. Henderson-- Is uprising, lli.ii was created at tho h Iml Method- are ru,llg for p,.ic. Ihe'iiHWltable No: something woie U Jlemra surface commander gets Impatient, . dewm-AI- IV church. fl Kpiscopal ,,.- - .rt South, ''ere' What.- - Sunder-dow- n .... ..... In such a nise he can let a bomb coming. Henderson ' ..i. .i... i are more than doublo those of a year week's ...deal of h.ead the water, which will ,ex-- 1 "Into Jackson, 20 years old, announced to iiint A iiiiinni.knii nf tll. u 1irilf.)ltr when It touches the ioof ofUie i ding. Puck. ' (ho congregation that owing to Ui3 nrinci,Ml submarine. Of course the MUbincrgpii of some of salary he was pcs ,n tJio ocn, ,.,, wltn n ,.,. failure to receive Then Mn Sent Willie to Bed. submnrliio know that this bomb Is '"Va, what Is a llllbusler?" Ill ilCUHU IVitlll, llilllllj UtMllh "UIU Ml ago Tin likely to drop at any minute. ,. follow: "A filibuster is an attempt 10 talk a $tand on his feet from lack of proper psychology of such a Mtu.itien tends Vear to persuade tho Impilsoncd ciew to plan of action to death, my boy." uourishmeut. This bo astouuded li is Ago. "I see. You married Into one, didn't surrender. World's Wm I;. tiejrpM that they forthwith began re- - 'l..n V o Im i!! OO $1.20 you,, pa?" Detroit Free l'ics. llcvlng his wants and by the time the 20 . a3 a jMtitit.n High Cot of Artillery. ii'tiiit riiiiiH link tlilllri lnflt.- -. v SO'' Corn.No. 2 whlto.bu. i 7:: Always a costly arm, Held artillery A Bit of Scntimi cd UUo .commissary department of, 47 7:t wh Is more bo now than ever, duo to the "Why all these tootn a Aorfpiiss that the regular army. , .45 00 20 00 complicated engines It ue.s. Tfie equip- village?" Inquired the lireman. 1)1.111, Mill AA 27 50 ment alone, exclusive nf men und ti Wheat, feed "Tiwts Is my wife's pet name." ex'I(J AAIKKICA I.OOKH horses, for the artillery of n eorps in plained tlie engineer. Pittsburgh Pot. 70 100 lbs. . S 90 15VKX CJKKATKU SUPPOHT f'orhineal. our army reaches a eot of more than pearl Hominy and SlL'.OOo.ooo, its vlslbe b.ipply of aniuin-nilloi- i Worry poKous the mind Jnt as much SO J 00 mml- - 10 ,bl- 'London. Ma AfSmiiald S.:, . twice that amount. For an u r, iTr.fiillv iltllr- - iwtUons lllf. ImhIv n.l (JO 28 50 nav-- ; lmlny meal, ton . .57 n Is morJ .. army of n million men the cost writer on Hurd. tho - ,.lniv .. .(!2 50 :u 50 ...Uliwut.lAA ...... ..t.tn.. man ?l0,lIO."OIJ, iiku oif .u:iiiiiuihioii I " al subjects, in an article to which Che Cracked com, ton . 4 7 00 more than $2 t0.O0O.wa- - M.ijur K. 1). Daily Telegraph gives promltipuco, Flour.wlntor iwt.bb.l..ir. GO llnjn Items. .'.5 10 . i.i.. ,.!.,, .u r.,r ..... Creamery butter, lb. Scott In National Service Mog.ixlup. ,.,t .I.. .n.., , Word has Just been received here, ,l07- 20 31 building to meet tho,,-BB- 8 b; relatives, of tliu death or Mr. cretlc sliip ' V.'hen Drink Is ot tho Sottom. -20 high-grad- e liisiies caused by tlio submarine war. Hens, lb. . . . ', says Wallaou Ward, which recently oc"In a liirije pi oporl Ion of 10 strongly for American Oeesu, lb Ho appeals "drink is found l He curred In Jlaltimoio, M. D. Deceased a couteriiporary, shoes- 12 10 "skn. lb help, In addition to the efforts which in at the bottom of the trouble when, acci was lho younge.U son of Mr. I.en ::c lb declareK to bo ebtseiitinl lure. Mr. j Hsou, county lie (Julio m, AVurd. who resided In this dents to Joy rlderH occur more 25 was well known here. Mr. Wurd Hurd said thai something like an Hamn. lb and ut the bottom Is V.;,- tr.in tntsMa-aii- d 12Vi itupasse seems to havo devoloped 'ai'd, II) of thn drink, while on tup oftentimes left this statu Boon uftur his father's for :io ' beef, lb couple of tons of twisted metal, ,i,ui, Hover.il years ago, going to is ashore while tho balance against the noiim eoajbu.silble jiplmlsierlie;. a lank jy),!,.,,',, wtlr ll0 resided. Ills ro.tllll.) riMiii'iiif. 1. viuii l4.VIVWJ.lln feo, linexiud of gasoline with . , "(Jrwiter clforls ou our part inusll MXA.MIXATIONH KOK Um lhure Will Jmrui Hparh.-l-nui- alllf ,, , ,. tourlcr Jour- opporA. AU.MV Oi'Fli.'HHH OX a live ho undertaken without delay." be ual. I says.' "It Is lolly to hope that the' tho marriage ot tlntir daughter Ina, I to The following card has been Ailuiirallty will dl.uovur a compltstej T, W. Retherford of " l.oulsvlllo, Not an. Ipjult. The navy Is doing all that ed m with mouiiU for pnbllaition: "Did you cull lliut coiitemjjorary a.;Ky, R . 1 em ln done, lmt our salvation lies' F.r.MuinuUons uro now being held Jowliniw ut t a Nmebeiiit r f i. Ky , for thotci who "Yes, 1 did.'- .lUirtifii't sjeaator Jii hhlps, the building of which must 'at J.owlinjs Creoa, u lie pressed with Hui'iitmost speed if j ili.t.iri. to tulio tho exunumitton to I "Ho rvsenti tlio Insult. " i4 a are to Im niseued from u position j come uuicbir.i of tho Oifiwrs Keaorvc "That was no hiaiilt. Tliul wai n For Infants and Children wJiicli conceivably miybt provo our t'oriin. the lutwi iho will othcer ttio .. Jlagnonls." Waahliigtiaj Star, new army to bo raided. All candld- uudoiug." In Use For Oyer Years The writer wiya he speala wltb'atiM must Iw between tin uRaa of 20 Ths Dull Man. 'Always knowledge of the condltiomi in the.your ami nine month and 14 yean ttu: Tlie dull m.ui bus no Im.'iglnnllmi. good moral character anil ?ood ship outlook, llo diKlarea that HP docs not ?shp.S3 tlio faculty or put- - I Siamiiura hnollni: or general education, liaeh ting himself ia (he other man's placo. ounstrucllon now In at 'tho rate of a million tnna.a year, but that it the h'toHul l' ex.imiu.ed by his" I'hyalclan Therefore J.10 Is ceilalu to blunder, to country U not j.u be driven into a j before rcnortlns to ties HiauilnliiR In: unjust aud to bo cruel. Ih catmpt VVOtHiD HAH COAli MIXKIW bo eharlluble.Ariiold liennctt in FROM KNlilHTIXO IX ARMY Hord. Ilequust wan undo of Con. nparud ,.. nrxtwairy to corner 11114 '"iipui uiutn. ou iruuiei; . ..vuiu ' llomo Oympaulou. Breasman Blomp, hlraaulf owuor of , Thon. m, howovor," no bairi.rT" JOHN It. HTAKKK. ami lUriK) million .torn., cnrnplutod Irfixlngton, Ky., May S. Volun- oxtonslvo coal proportion aud a uiinii- - iml'stw. nt vnliiiiiiniiv Of ('apt. lith., Arty. within the next tyelve- nuinthu. Th . ..... ..'luwij' a iiilmip - .. fJo Chanco. ' -tary nalisttuuut or coal miners must Ijit or mo iveaiucKj- - uivur uoiu - V... suoa flllljtnfl'lllM n.... .1. i. . . ' .ao- urcaniiyiJIuii for thir wtlstw, hit Adds, ,1'Ntlcnm Isn't It iiumkalilo hov bo prohibited or the coal production poratlou, to plato tho lunttHr boluro nion.. ,i. ,.::"- - T" ,l"'y y- 11 U' w,itlut: for mttu and roaior- Foiyit! Miu In Field. Iml rarcea t hQ stw kijeps licr ngu? Patrhts Yes; hbe iu. Iho Council of National IMunse and hotoriously curtailed,, tho ISUwbttlhlown, Ky.. Muy &. -- AlonM. Vi OU" will htiWt r,liiigi-- l It In ten year iiuru balil. "l "u, "'"'r muloavor to havo tha voloiflViur ro- - li.K cam,, ,n ...."."" Operators' Hxchaiigo, .. "it would make all tho dlfi'eruHuti ro Kerrlol.. u7 years old, was found Wra.sJtatiKuma. uuiuill IIIUli I...... u",,at- '" of mino operators ot tho Iltuanl cruitliiK ol Eilni'M ntupiii! by apodal "j. itviK th , if route of UuTAinerlcatiV mlllionh of dead in his held naar Hllubuthtown, undor Iho ""iiwi. shortaif.. nf i,.i.;.-- , workers j to dr.). Heart dlsoaso fas tho caunp. ikillcd and It U ea&f, tq I'oks liiuitUer man's tire. coal lU'ld. telegraphed Congressman ordor. Mlnura ivu nvmvtrit now . aclue-.Tli- ..... '. ". !I. ifl """ !.... .lHi.fl ... .p ..v.. utnii uiti inriorn Ulitatlni. "i'iltlO Of llu, laat iivu uiui, lfiuf . C. U.' '.Irliu'p, of WaMliiiiBUin, could lo ahlppul over hero and , Hk widow, onu ctilld an liiiia piirimH, j ., ' iWni.!(.ijudu)'C;(l iii America updu Mr, tat:U Wru. J. II. Korriok, uurvive.. cost of coul. lhr.ouh lt,H s.ucrutnry, It. A., bucauuo tbey uro lu.au occupation nlf y. e, to-da. r s aving Can be made hy buying your shoes A BIG T -- Our slock of y. Men's Oxfords and Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords and Pumps ' . - I .,,,,., -- (1 the wanted and materials very complete and .exceedingly large. Already we have notices of advances 25 50c per pair. That means cates will cost you 25 50c per pair more. ,, sutli-elen- r; 1 ! Cbb-Hg- r. your wants and buy from chases and save the difference. A NTICIPATE ob-rio- NO TRASH in Our SHOE STOCK J v es f""' ,'l fc im",. j im. King Quality Shoes For Men For Women .... ,1'r JTX:. l.-rp;-u , s 1 !MI ii- g Queen Quality Shoes For the Children trail-alon- g ; e Billiken Shoes et c; .Style, Wearing Qualities and the'. Price. Are on an equal the value you pay for the value you get. ., . -- I J" - liri-iid'- o f Is ,. - - Good shoes are high in. price cheap shoes are much higher than good ones. e ";T ; 'i;; ,. ......... , . 9 1 OUR shoes we keep the quality up and you will be satisfied with the service you get for your money., In cheap shoes the quality is all taken out and you practically get nothing for your money. 1 well-know- n- . YOUR SHOES for spring and summer. Buy you favor us with an lunity to sbw your our shoe Be wise In" selecting 3 - J 11 pay the price, and the saving the end will than recompense you the larger immediate outlay. fr ..... haud-tiiKldot- e. 11 - Soi'-.kuu- be-w- CASTOR 30 VMS A th'ia 1 "(&0Z& h oames &Bro, Beaver O&m. Ky saMMMagarara v;or-vaiiu Wo-mnu'- . - . ...... 7' Ha.-ardCii- al xl v:.n:irm ' com-potn- .:: . 1 ;iul-Uill- u tr-rt- ju-cime- in . fflt tilMtwitf-1W.i''WWfVlfel'