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Subscription $1 per Year No. 46 PRICES 1,1 OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD,' OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1917. IPI ?.m m k .in W m:'!.der, "wu made preparations ',r. tlio respects mentioned at a tlmo tin way over. That is why wo arc FIX MAXIMUM & I. when their good conduct mid right C. . S. DESTROYERS j living nro bo urRontly needed as at Ships Put To Sen. this time nro not entitled to comNOW- - IN WAR ZONE ':l.c equipment on board the des-- 1 MINES ARE SOLD GRAIN promise for their misbehavior, and TEXT otcro was found to be in cxcfilU-ii-t the substantial citizens of the comeinr Ition nnd remarkably well nutted munity will be opposed to compromises nnd In favor or a strict enforce- PROPKItTY AT CliNTRAL CITY IXOTILLA AKRIYKS AT Of I'KXS-- j t'i tl o requirements on tills side )' the ACTION INTKNDKD TO FOP.K-HTAI- ilt In fact, it was said bv the rOl'NTY ATTOHNKY APPKALH TO ment of tho law. Good citizens are TOWN AM) Rl'UINS DUTY TAKIl.V OYI'R IlY I. C. KKDKItAIi INTKKVKN' Pt :'sh ollicer that the only 'iiing Pl'RLIO TO RKNPI'.CT TIIK opposed to bad conduct, and oppoHed WITH IMtlTIMII. KAIIAVAY. tio.v, is iu:likf. hu,inn In the (iiulnmciU of the LAW. such to anythlnr that encourages Aim rlciin sailors was heavier elitl,- conduct. liiif It appears that the Amertcar.s Tho shock to mothers, wives and wc"r,,,B cl,,tl,1,,B ,0 "Bht for SPECULATION WILL END af- HALF MILLION IS PAID YANKEES ARE the "WHILE COUNTRY AT WAR sisters, tho Interference wth hinder-ane- e ' conditions of wothe-- j , fairs of busy mun, nnd tho they will encounter In these waters. by of tho public Rood caused ii,.u H.....I, win, r.iu.,.1 i'rhi(i Iilck. bowiiver, was quickly pro No Trading In May Options of WJieaf, the violations of luw In the respects UitMitlsfnctory AiTaiiKemeiits With m "It lin To Respect vided for. Dill) Of I'erj i bo toleratj above mentioned cannot .notlier I'hcorts Liner Corn Or Oats Is PerCoal 0Kratrs I'romptetl The Ijiw And Public I Danger one. ed. Private Inclination tp error nnd Purchase. mitted. Order. W. II. MOOKK DK.VI). personal indulgence, must yield to public wcltarc. W. II. Moore, familiarly known to Many strong men have already Queeustown, Mny Id. A squadron everybody in Ohio county as Hillle Chicago, May 15. Action which Announcement was made yesterday To tin people of Ohio County: gone to the army, and many others ' Railroad of 'American torpedo boat destroyers Moor tho Illuols Central , fu, roM,it.nce At a time like thin when wt am (1C(, hlB it Is said, will remove tho element of go later. Everybody Is, or ought that will i . ... .... ii f ttitMil Ii ui flv fipnuvnil ... f All I .l ...... Iu g1 t At r !t1it ... - I!V l v. v,0w. tl ..n lancii iu the midst of a world war, and to be, busy trying to produco some tuiiipaiiy U9 tn,i. u.u RTe T,rs,iuy morning of uremic ' apecuiuiiun iroiu mo gram mantel, ,and which, it Is believed, will Coal & Iron Company's mines at patrolling the seas In war service. most powerful compelled to face llm j,c,tsonB. Ar. Moore was one of the thing for the support of those deTho American navy's actual '"try ,)(,sl ktuiw'n llb "we, as one of tho best ,s,a11 any 8tp" hy thc Federal Govcrn-o- f City, which havu a capacity foreign enemy we. Iiavo ever faced, pendent upon him, or trying In some been cU',zolls , 01 1,600 tons of car coal dally, mid Into the war zone has njre-idU Ik highly Important nnd necessary conntyt IJc. wa., f0.. Iment, was taken here today at a honorable way to do his part for the of the that tho deal whereby ,the railroad productive of a brush between a de--s Mint we eonie close together' III our lravellni? nirent for Jnbn I meeting of representatives " " welfare of his country. This Is no acquires title to tho property will be trojer and a German undertMiter A. Iteits & Sons an Kvnnsville lum- primary grain exchanges of tho local affairs and us far us we possibly tlmo for the pence and good-urdran, get along in harmony, friend- of the county to be Interfered with consumated within a few weeks. The boiit, according to an announcement ber company, later was engaged In country. consideration involved is said to ap- by the Hritixli Admiralty, but the re-- I the meat business here, but for a It was accomplished by fixing a ship and :ccord. by bad boys, or bad mep, nor is It any of it lias not been made public. number of yearn past had not been maximum prico for wheat futures at v HII President Wilson has Just said In time for such. persons to bo lying in proximate jriOO.OOO. Tho destroyer squadron arrivid In engaged Unsati3fartory arrangements with a public speech thut "we have not yet jnll. There Is a man in Jail here now in active business. Burial or under which sales may be made, Qtk'cnstotvn nftiy an uneventful voy- - ty ill hi! In siltTer-Jng- s rwilUed the sacrifices and Oakwood cemetry Saturday but no buying will bo permitted excoal operators of Western Kentucky than six went to serve for more that are befon us." Judging months for several violations of the as to the railroad company's coal ag across the Atlantic, tun almost morning. Mr. Moore's wife who died cept to close out accounts. No tradImmediately after a formal exchange faelng ft oin that htutement. we. are Minu years ago was, before her mar-riag- o ing iu May options of wheat, corn, or liquor laws; another is in jail on nine I supply are wild to have prompted of greetings-wit.....,.. .... .. , the Hrltteh 'imval a Miss Duke, a sister of Mr. oats Ir permitted except to close deals .per.. oi which e .,.- ..u. ,.. t...- i,car(.ei of violating tho liquor law. purchase of the mrhes. The car-coThe .same principle was extended come, aware, capacity of them lues Is exclusive of officials put to sea again for the hard Juke Duke of this city. Mr. Moore muiom iue miiiiu and If convicted In all of them it wdrk that is before It. in at war and we have lately gotten leaves three jSoni. John T, of Klizabe-thtow- n, to July and September oats und corn Lv crowd' would take him a year to serve his chute coal and It is the intention of of toveral hundred perIt In the most output Kd P. temporarily of Akron, in principle, but action was not takinto It ourselves. time In jail; one is in jail on a peuce the new owner to increase the carrying' )inv deadly and deMrueliw war tin world warrant; three are boing held JustJ to 2,000 tons a day. Attorneys of sons, Isome of them Ohio and William of New York City. en, as It was held unnecessary at this are examining American flags, lined the waterfront John T. was with a fishing party at time. The delegates simply agreed to hns eer had. waiting for the Grand Jury to con- tho Illnois Central Already Congress Ih about to pan vene, being unable to give bond; two titles and records preliminary to of- and cheered the destroyers from the Grassy creek in this county and extend the embargo it necessity arises tubmen! they first sighted the flotilla reached his father's bedside before Grain prices were lower property. si law conscripting a large number of of them charged with deserting their ficial transfer of the until It reached tho dock". The crowd hiR death. Telegrams Were bent to Milling 'interests were represented the best and strongest men of the own Infant children nnd falling to Tho railroad took over the mines . cheered again when a few moments ed nnd William and they arc expected' at 'the meeting, and the grain exI'nlted States for active sen lee on the provide for their support. The fam-lie- s April 15 aud has been operating them Inter the American senior otlicer came , ihuttle-llehtchanges of Chicago, New York, Tole& a thing that has never funeral. of all tliesu.mcn need their ser- since that time. The Central Coal i ashore to greet the Urltish senior here for the history of do, Winnipeg, Minneapolis, Kansas happened before in the r is Iron Company still owns two groups n,lit...t .irift W.itili.i" Ti'rnul flir .Imnrl. vices, yet the Jail has them, and ' City, Omaha and St. Louis. The foll. our country, at the very beginning of ready to recejve as "many others as of minus lu Western Kentucky, the. can Consul, Cipu-ettTakes Toll of Ilnrji'. who had come down to , , , , .a war. them-helvA negro boy, a cigarette and a owing statement ot tho proceeding lieuuer uiiut-- uuu uie wuvi ......en, flntin,. wM.m,. feel like they cannot behave Such times as this put evert body there. Hut Supt. T. K. Hill, of the Illinois Con-- 1 , Everything was done in a simple. match was an unfortunate combina- was issued: without being-pu- t very Keenest mettle. Tho' It is the concensus of opinion of upon his comtion that cost Deputy Sheriff S. A. useful and orderly men and boys will tnil, said last night the railroad ...... i nnftnnn ....... ..r .....1' n... ; business like manner There was an Uratcher about $S00, Saturday after- represenXnttVes of the various Hoards it wlvn, mothers and ulsters of' this be given the greatest possible protcc- ""B "". . .....,. ll.u,ra,,'"w'"''" soiiiu oi ino uuio enire absence of foinmlity iniaiiy on us lines noon. 'The boy had gone to take Air. of Trade and Chambers of Commerce ' "... M, ,. VU., ... In. an., l.l,.. rt milld It l.ltl lit i jo(i enCoUr,B0,lM,,U Welcome. f;ien Wlrt-lefciiiu-i- i nervousness mm River, and that the output of tho! the pasture on his" assembled that tho. unusually high ' Good order and prompt enforce- rtnf rniimiTindiT nf In. llritlKh llr.iteher's . prices are-duunusual and, for thnt nja.nnrTre ment of the law must bo the rule iu Central City mines would supply noMU waljng m lmar, h,b aMp farm about two miles north-tit-tod certainly eutik-- to have local condi- Ohio County. of the tonnage nee- - nnd wnt vreXvn greetings to the on the Sulphur Springs road, and about Production Limited. A. I). KIRK, , .., w.u-- ....... .... u. tions, made and 'kept as iilet and win-.-"To the subnormal production ol County Attorney, Ohio County. AmurlC!in Ullit8 as soou as they hove. while at the barn, feeling the itch w( koii-.,- ,, peaceable as possible. win do purcnaseu tram mm sg,lti Hteiining ,u u 1(mg Unt. inlu the hnmke bug, scratched a match grain aud foodstuffs generally tho Tho older men, compelled us they NAVY YAltl) WILDING lucky coal operators, he said. lighted a cigarette and Incident! the world over during the preceding year lJj0 ll(irbor will be to sacrifice their strong sons IS PRKV TO I'LAMl'S Tho Illinois Central has been buy - , Afpr ,; cxchnI1Be ot shore Krect. barn, and tlio blaze was discovered aud the very unfavorable outlook for :iiid thereby he made to assume more lag coal by contract from Western ,ngs nnd ,nu Brttbh commaniler im:, too late to be extinguished. The loss the growing crops as forecast by our and greater responsibilities, are Now York, May 1G. Klre of un- Kentucky operators for several years ,.nKrntu,tc,i the American oihcers consisted of the barn, some corp and Agricultural Department. to have such condition of law known origin, which started shortly at a cost of Jjl.OS'.fe per ton. The ou "To thebreakdown iu tho system ubout ten toils of hay alltogether safe voynKP jlu a3l:t.,i. .and order uud good government, as hofore 11 o'clock last night iu the contract contluuos in elYeet until , ..wllPll wtu ,.ou 1)u rouUy for hmi- - worth about $800. No insurance. of distribution, because of tho inabili. will give them a clear chance to aland live fctory brlek receiving building at Aprll l, lyiN. its terms, nowever, I Uel'S? ty of railroad companies to render strong uuder those added obligations. I tjlt, ,vow York Navy Yard, destroyed provide thut the coal supply of the j normal or ejlicient service, the relaWo can start at once," the Am vi 1JILL TO G1VK V.K1TISH schools, Sunday ,Mat atructiirornnd caused it loss railroad bo apportioned each year lo cm The churches, WOMK.V VOTK INTKOnUCKD tion of supply to demand bolng so commander replied promptly'. g and other wllicll probably will run into JichooW, school houses close that extremely good facilities various mines In tho field. OMcials charaoierlstValiy "This response, places where men and wom-;m-- b ot tho railroad said the company was Anglican, suriirlvod the Uritlsh y;uf of thousands of dollars, London, Mny 15. Walter H. Long, Should have been available when la en will, from time to time, emigre- On both side of the ordinance pier at tho mercy of tlio operators bocauco n isCcr, who said he had not espctl-e.- l Secretaary of Stato for tho Colouies, fact the railroads nevor-l- n tholr hisiiti for religious worship and ror ' to the bulldlug are moored of tlio apportionment clause and that the Americans would bo readv to introduced in tho Houbo of Commons tory rendered" a service so low In tliijpulillc and necessary purpos-- I u.rnc,i German steamship!. Thoso, tho coal mines were bought iu sell- - ,KtK worjc m ti,s su,j B0 Hon after y tho franchise bill which em- efficiency. imve, more than ever before-- n part however, were not damaged "With over half tho world it war, defense. their long voyp.ge. When ho had tt- - bodies tho recommendations of tho to piny iu the affairs of the people' j A arKU aUanlty- - of clothing and from nlP Importing 5iis surprise, however, Speaker's electoral reform coufercuco tho demands from If there twis ever u time when re-- .,er supplle.i were burned. A num-llgoa short tour of the destroy The bill provider! for tho onfranchibe-mn- nt countries aro abnormally high. This, Omar Khayjam won the Kentucky he worship wilt needful, and when;jr f navy . prisoners wore Dorby at CUurch'U Downs Siturday. er- - and admitted that tho American nf woincn. which now dopends intensified by our, own industrial ac- worship and oUier gatherings moved under guard during tlm fire, upon tho vote ot tho two houses of'tivity. naturally has increased tho Itn.OOO people cheered tut pa mo (wo'ttrs looked prcpated. of the people for public purposes demand for foodstuffs. iUa llro.discovered by a watchman joar old as it passed under tlio wire.' ' Yes," replied the ."imericau znt - I'arliamen' ought to he welt attended, encourag- - j waB ot chocked until it had burned "To tho commendable effort.! of Mr. Lon,; explained that tlio Govd and respected, it is now. tor ., lour au,i reduced tho recclv- the dllicials at Washington to stimurigidly to tho ernment adhered Tim needs or the Government nnd nK building to ashes, HIDING PLACE. A BUM of tho conference and late production which have been miso, tho needs of tho fumllios nnd of the j.,.. Admired Usher, commandant proposed to fix the ago at which wom- interpreted uot only by our own peo-pif jieoplo yeta-rallaro absolutely but by foreign government:! as tho ard, and tho other oilicors en would bo quallfle-- i to voto at jieratlvo. not only with respect to ia,ul no bluejackets in fightlux tho 5 thirty. Ho said tlio Government maintaining that wo were in a condi, Jlnanee but with respect to Rood mor- - Uuuiih. would do its best to brlug ubout the tion bordering on famine. National & fcrbSS-'I 1 I I' : J'--- iU and good order. t ! ,' lSLl l' itdoptiou of this reform, but that it conditions admitted of high prices, n ti , :A The most common violations of law "Hl'liliV TO!! MOUNTAIXS" but tho hysteria is absolutely l if 1i !'fv V iAi and tho quentlon of proportional t r , mid order at tliia lime of the year Ti:IY Willi's laNGU'Y r.- AfCV i "l for tho Inflated' value co.v bo loft to the would J m--i nro tho blind tigering of whiskey and prevailing "" 1Iuuik Washington, May in. jltepresen-L.ingloy, beer, disturbing religious worship, Sytein flpenkluff as chairman of tho Im jtnd public asficmblies by loud talk- - tttIo Jolin W who tele- While thoso extraordinary condi porlal War Conference, Mr.-- Long em :i ing nnd useless running In aud out graphed to Col. Kceaeveit that Ken- disarranged the inport&uco of disposing tioiu have temporarily ot tho mtielini; pi tees, broaches of .tueky membora of Congress from tho ..v,.. v- . j i .i ! i - h ttt.n .ivs , of tho electoral problems at tho earl- - i our grain markets, it Is tho unaul-Ioh- L the peace, by quarrels and fights, de-- mountain districts voted pohsible moment In order that mous opinio'n that the Ssem of haud-lln- v pistol ly to neiid him to franco today .sorllon of infant children, country's activities should uot be linj; grsjn In tho usual courso thru shooting upon public high-- j celved tho followlug telogram from hamperedi iu tho struggle after tho boards of trade aud chambers of wayti aud running hordes in crowdn, j Oyster Uay. war by a controversy over democratic ,cemiucrca is tho most economical way exceeding the speed limit in automu-- . "I tlmnU jou most litartlly. flully 'of bundling the business and, while qtietitluns. Tilh'p, Mime merchants open for tho mountains." Under the bill tho qualifications for' bpccuhitlmi has been more or on Sunday, furnishing loafing places I Is prevalent, it lias Uttlu to do with Provision mea nro simplified. Kunnln; I Hot. operating and In some Instances nudo for giving tho voto to soldiers, iireu-n- t conditions. It must ho reLike another Alurtlu Kholei- we punch boards and other gambling detailors and abjcnteos, nnd all elec- - moiubered thul thoso great market vices thereby sapping up latge quanti- ham found our old machine, the tions are to bo hold on tint bitine day. places aro tho developement of ties of money much needed for nioro Hartford Uepublican, again, aud for will he chairman of the eandH ot ears or experience and aro one brief week wo shall run It wide jiUliBtmiclal purposes, aud the age old boundary commU3'on for redislrlbu-- , tho only known meuiis of dUtributluf; crlmo of common idlenesd or vagran- open. l'urm products of this country, ami tion of seatii. Al has gone trr tight tho. Kaiser cy, certuiuly erlmlnnl at thla time. until a better substitute has been dehat) gone to tho Locks to Such violations of the law us thesu and Tlijsloy vised their operations should not bu lV.itJi oi' Wn'I Knotvn Minister. nn wholly unnecessary and Inex- tight boo - wo mean to fish, ami left K. I'nte died at the Interfered with. Rev. cusable, as they hinder busy inca In us lu unrestricted charge, mill we are "The action of tho directorR of tho homo ot hi i son lu Madlsouvillo ou the much uee(led pursuit of their going to iifce ft to laud our trlonda jtho morning of May 12, trout a romp - . Chlctrgo Heard of Trade and tint otb- and lambnst our enemies. Inihlnebs uud when reported will u hiu iu uiuiumiu. iiauS llciitlou of troubles that had urmeiea tho opportunity to To mi and vigorously prosecuted. hlui for u nimilior of years, llurlal I'rlco ut wheat and tho reutrlctlotw say of Just what Tt'hou aultantlal eltlKens nri called huvo it newfcpapor was at his old home at Hitwesvllle, in limiting tho buying to the closing upon for Jury service In casea luvolv- - ho darned pleased about it lot of peo- county Rov. I'atti has lieen of exibtlng contrncts has been 'il "'S! "' '"vo tho 'other ing theao violations they will, by their. I ouKagod lu tho niliilhtfy ot ,ui!iunusly aproved by tho delegates verdicts, asalsl in tho prompt up-- j follow do tne tisniing ami answer tno the M. K. Church South for thirty and represeutatlvo millers asuonlblexl pUcatlon of penalties provided, tor If libel suits comes nuly onco in it reyuurs ttliuu ho voluntarily was hu.ion .and actlou has boon taken, coullnulnir la to their interest to put a stop to It. time and wu aro goini; to use It. cupuatud in 1910. Rov. Pate was at , the.e maximum prices and restrict .Do not let any nook or cranny of CordpromUon will not bo tolerated one tlmo lMhtor ot the Methodist jtiwn uutll further notice, hor tlio very best this Icbuo of the, pnpor cscupn you except In cast-r"exchanges lio aro prepared to cliurcli here .ud has many fi lends iu pen-par- y Interest 'of the community would bu nu wo are going to scatter tho " "" ' Ohio count.' who will lioar with r- -' tnli similar action with regard to ,paragraphs around t'o us not to Meu rsubstauHally served thureby. corn and ont, tihould necessity arUoA ruv of liU k'tath.J vr ia too suddenly shock the reader. Grn in hvt Yorjv Jv',x'jrcn, in vlolatlni; the 'wlio4ludtII I, CO.'S OFFICIAL'S 1 i CHEERED? g llu-ougl- iwi 1 J i..v..,.. a.. fore-Cent- ral I er .... h - to-da- -- s, s es ,.,,! e tl. h I coto wu o: ono-thlr- y d tor -- hund-nieetin- 0 to-da- na-O- ro-u- , , im-,0- I . 0- r &Y yrt'.j-efts l.'-- SX rr rf'ftfMl j j -- M?:jM.y ) Mi&f$i'j'r '' um , Van-plu- I fnMMmm --- -- ' 11 t ... .J auuiiI 'J" .Miinmmm jMi'xuMmtvuv 1WW"'iHHlWWIWW ZL . ' J 'llOT'T" THE CANADIANS IN by I'lHrWpiiiUHf'H a a j v tho bodies they contain. It gives a BATTLE AT ARRAS good deal of pain, no doubt, to the families concerned or to tho locality In general, but such acts of barbarism seem somewhat barren from the THK1M.INO .NTOKIKS OP TIIKIIl pomt of view of Wo K.VI'KI.IKXCE OX THK HI It-dismiss the Idea Unit tho Germans IXG IilXK. are collectlnc lead and other metals from the graves, for tho amount of metal secured In this way by troops ,. ork beating a hasty retreat Is inllultcsl-hiti- p I Glbbs, in the New 7 I mill when compared with Germany's Times, describes tho Canadian sold needs in the matter of lead and coplers as they returned from the llrlng per. line on the Held of Arras, after "do- In regard to the destruction of Ing their bit." AH churches a curious story Is told. Wo Kven their faces had masks of clay hear of two thousand pious llavarlau spVnt and done, but and they were Ho 111:1 n Catholics and there U no through that whitish mud their eyes purl of the Teutonic population which Woailcrt for Me." were steel blue and struck lire like "I have been a sufferer from stom steel when they told me of the great Is more deeply religious than tho Mine I tilting great church, Ky.. May 1. I.oulsxillo ach trouble for a number of years, vlelorv tbi'V had shared In niul of the! liuvurlnu gaining apparent! great edification, (, atI0B, 1 imvo used a great workers In tho coal Holds of Western enemy's flight before them all till listening devoutly to the mass, nud Kentucky are to receive an Increase mm,er of remedies recommended without a touch of brag, with Hum nia-fo- r of in cents a ton on pick and complaint. Chamberlain's simplicity, with manly frankness. and then returning some four or flvi'tgc ths chlno mined coal, tho new wi,B Tablets Is the first medicine that has They had suffered tragic hardships hours after the service and deliberate- - 'St ,ttli.li I,. IHIVIItK l iin If l.l..ii.llicr ,1... VIIMtVIt tn .1.11HI1. ...... .j "V hdiedulo to continue In effect until Klv?n nu, posltlvo iinil lasting relief." for Ave days since the battle of Arras IJ llll'nillh til, Again and this is analogous to th Spencer-ln- y larch 31, 101S.lt was agreed ycster-)WrltMr Amia Kadln. begun, but there was no wall In them. by representatives of the West-- . port N-- Y "Chamberlain's Tablets When they first emerged from their work of destroying the churches, and -j U I hi' elaborate and minute breaklir; urn Kentucky Coal Operators' Asso- 1);iVt, d)IU, wolll,er!, for nl0 aml j tunnels on the morning of the great Ij elation and of thu United Mine Work- - va,Ut. t)u.m 1,Ki,." obtainable attack the had been swept b ma- jR Villi hammers and the butt-end- s if rillis of the tiil:ilil sciintv Mini ers of America, District No. 23 m everywhere. chine gunfire, but by good luck es- iliuple household gear in some poor . q t" Tho agreement was reached after a caped great casualltles, though many mans house we k rhear of some hist- conferenco of two days at the Seel-- j fell. i uiii or some architectural gl'il'.would give in nCWTICTQ Ull I RE one bach and neither sido "Our looses were not nearl) sn high ol il'e Middle Ages being blown to to the domandH of the other until ULll I III I U If ILL 1JL we expected," said one lad, "but it i as Mlo'i'.s. How can these things assist i (1:30 o'clock last night. The operators CALLED INTO ARMY was pretty bad all the same old the Cernians to win the war? T'lUe. desired to grant the miners a 20 per Fritz had tho ugl habit of keeping aei.l'i. tho incredibly mean and lint cent, advance in wages, while tho one hand on his machine-gu- n till wo tal Destruction of orchard trees. The! miners stood firmly in favor of the were lltt paces from him, it ml then lute ,t peace or war cannot bo In Miners in the JthoI'SANU oit .MOKK flat tonnage increase thoj XKKDKU holding up t in other hand and shout- ba-- t affected h these outlages T'lej j ,,., s;.;hvi; TiIK KIltST SK- past haxo been receiving 41.03 cents 1 ing, "Mercy! Mercy!" don'l call arc merely stale, of p.iln to poor men a ton for mining coal in Western I,KTIVK AltMV. that a good w, of surrendering." Those who know anjtlilim of pleasant Kentucky. Tho fil.O.'l cents rate do-- 1 telephone directory is issued The enemj surrendered in bur- lif know the devotion that surrounds cided upon yesterday becomes effec-- j red s on that day as a tread desi rn (jiii apple, plum or pear tree tive at ouce. frequent intervals for the information and A mobilisation of the dental forces President W. D. Duncan, of tho ' of the country for tho benelit of the cribed. The worst came afterwarde liven Hie Greeks, who fought sava-geM11 Canadians The cnemv'.s public. benefit of the telephone-usin- g enough In their Internal wars, Mine Workers, said last night tho 20 United States army was indicated in tm was heavy but even thni was net by miilal consent spared per cent, advance in wages proposed 'a the olives. wire from Dr. Kdward Klrke, head the worst. It'was difficult to get food Also, as b correspondent by the operators would have amountreminds of the Dental Corps, which summoned up. moie dilhcult to get water. I us, the .lews, in til lev though they of the Every cfibr is made to keep this list ed to only about Baldwin, of Louisville, to met lads who had been wlbout a drop-j.,,- , Dr. J. H. ,,, Hiir riar,.( . ,,.,,,. wage Incrcafee secured by the advance Washington Friday. Dr. Haldwin, for tnree ciajs. one 01 thetu, a lino. I is expected accurate and of 10 cents a ton. The 61.03 cents who Is secretary of the State Hoard hefty fellow, slioug as a sapling dipaid for mining a ton of coal is telephone-user- s of Dental Examiners, loft Immediatewill consult it before could hnrdl vided between the various workers hV'swoiien CHURCH BOUGHT BY ly and will be back Monday. Dr. whinper. A who handle the fuel from the time it making calls. A call for ah incorrect Kirkie, who signed tho telegram, tongues and licked dry lips In u par-- ' .1 is reached until it is hauled to tho holds tho bamo position relative to ehed wa NEGROES DYNAMITED; Some of them had been r mniitti vi vt UiVUVU rt flia tiilnn .. .... i number causes delay and possible annoy- i. o t ll'".1... ..i M,B "rauu as """Mucky enough to and French wine in "rB" Consideration or u wage schedule does to mcdlcal '1,viio'"' of Then the! the Cermnn dugouts. ance to a third party. tor Western Kentucky miners has Ras Kreat snowstorm ex.me. been going on .. since April 18. when col- ' ii.hi.m. ahti.v ! All of the nresidents of dental in un.. v ..n ihie ...-- . ,.....w i,,... i,, ' ' v ni operators nortii or- 1110 unto mver , . f all Stat wen, down ,hl. Vlmy ! wiiith iticsiDKvrs snrfiiir Wttir, granted their miners an Increase of k'Kes unU all conAvoid inconvenience to T( IHJV ritOI'KKTY. ,,oards havc becn um,noned to slopes at dawn with the Ollicers of tho West- 10 cents a ton n(ln nr 1 '.500 rfpnl Ists li.P'tnn Alinnl i.ii. ..i .mui jnrit ... .., ..in nmr "" cerned by looking up telephone numbers ..iii.. mu pm em Kentucky Coal Operators' Asso- to serve the tirst se-- 1 oi( yTy, , n,ey call him. out of wlll elation met soon thereafter and decid- - l.mtt-irii- be n needed . II t iliwl It rll, 'n "in the directory before calling. " Llimll(Tlt-. miy aim i.mie wmy village. llurrfidshiirg, Kj., .M.i It - The ed upon a L'O per cent, increase in ""'"- """" """ of mcn ,n thls Profcwlnn. The con-- ! ..They di.In'l wait for us.- - said a old As.st mlil wuees. District ollicers of the mine I'rehhweriaii eliureii ference ls belluvcd to bo for the pur- - ounil. Cnnadian odieer. "Oru would workers objected to terms of tho pro- - nnon handsomest here, ... . i uf liinon iclnif tlm ultntilv nf ilnn. ' iiuhk uo war .. .. i i. oer in a. .i.t..i ben you Telephone SnriU woum no " wliioh was purehased reeentlv bj the posed increase In pay and a joint '"'- - "' ,ists "vullsible for the army. One of mont ,,y ti,t. way they fan jester- - congregation of ,1he negro A'. K. conference became necessary. two methods will probably be adopted ,ayy church, w;is badly damaged by the -by Dr. Kirko and his advisers, uen-- 1 old Fritz was scared tmt of his tei rifle I'xplo.-lo- ii .1 ril IUIIIII 111 of a heavy charge w ill extend their session , wts wlll, mother lad. "Ho ran oi dynamite about I" o'clock Yesterday of Ancient tal colleges Tim nsL'lv,, m,,nUlK or ulfc0 ; screaming troni iw. In a dugout 1 ,IlorilIB. AND Ureeeo nte simple food, practiced from sK to '" " found two (Jerinans too sljred uven badge tno l,rosu,lt SL"",r c,aSb0S temperance and purlt). As a riio explosion, which wns heard for Incorpontcd .. .. .....-.Jripv i .,,, lr,m,ea several miles, tore a great hole In the lo ru. lnov JUSi thoy used the live pointed star which ..tu .. .... l...f... .. .1...IH ......,.-- , ... .I..I. like poor cowed heasts o. v. kiudm:, MANAGi:it. IIAUTIXmi), KY nun.-- ui 01.11 -- .i.. I Hut tner lloor and damaged the walls eousid-unuio iii.-...1.nl ..f I....HI, ' !... ool aro completed. was one leuow we iiiiik who goi over p..al)iy. Tt is believed that at least A red five pointed star appears on Dr. ('iiiniiiei'i Clinic. quick and spoke in a bit; W() slcks r djtmmitu were in thei Ms (Jhaherlaiu's Tabeach package of The dentists of Kentucky became way. lie had oeen a waiter an-- l charge, w hich was placed at the door lets, mid still fulfills Its ancient miss- tllis mornl,,K 1,t,loro 0r-ar- spoke good Kngllsh. .,, cjiur,.i. if you ,,ils ion as a symbol of health, w ,:"When will thu war end wo ask-- , Pfcsa.ir of Members of the family of Dr. W. troubled with indigestion, 1,11- ('"U,'K'! ed the German. li'ty of , ' n. withersnoon. whose residence ad- or coustipation, get a pack- nr. oi ucntui nurKeij. iiiruniii. "We'll light live eais." he said, ; JolIls ,,, (.huri.,, b.iing separated ml'o nt llie.ii t.'ihlils fi'iini vonr ilruir- hn, been leaching his meth-nuln- k ami men wen win. gist. You will be .surprise! at the from u Uy ft distance of only live. Oil. Which Ih fntlroly now 10 tlio pUy- "Don't you believe it. old sport," .,., u.Hr,. .hmwn ,.m nf 11...I1- - i,.u relief whirl, the afford. of the liritiMi ; had we. "You're done in now anil!,.v ,i,e ..vniui,, a ,.m. i.ii.... in sicians and enlists tainable everywheio. army, and he cumo armed this mora- - it's only tho mopping up we have to adjoining the church on tho oppo- ' lug with sever.il irunksful of do.' site side also was shaken. jlHT KKJHTINf.' TO VISIT Says C5 year Old Kentadcy Larl, Who Tells How She Was Rslieved material. Dr. Cummer uown 111 1,01s 011 naciio one 01 me,)0,.n m.h.. No iUT.atH 0tv ' Iium a scheme whereby ho replaces Kngllsh soldiers on the Canadians' otllniail-- f are investigating the evplos-lo- ft t. After a Few Doces of Hussl.ut aait (oriii.in SobJier-- . I'rnter t tftiiHi lit-Hn1tl.lt I lil.iti.'i ...... elilsTi mill . , - ... .... , had a grim adventure, which he on uir.o nt tlio I'Voiit. ' ing bridge work to a great etent. describes as a "hit orl rite." His way ,, ,...! ui... iimi.ii,. c.1iitn..i.i ., ,l""hod u mucU "' nIihl UmuUiw barred by a Herman, but for not tnu n(.,.r0(!S iurcld.,w, tho church virtual IToidomille, Ky. iln. Cynthia douM nl nlclc-DghtPctroswil. May 10. . I. ..H.I ..t.,1... .1... ....,!. I. -- t.l.... long. After a tussle the Kngllshman Ill)out tllrcJ moMtl,s a!.Q trom I;. x, "" mlstlct .:. its along Uiiiost (tie entire ((t(IIt """ "" Rovonty yanri of x,uccMiful uso liu UiinUGUianj. oC tufa town. aAys: "At liiT.iitiWf,rij 111 , niif litiiieti ' '" took him inside and there found tho ;.. ' Whi, ucquired the property when Not a shot has lieui """" "' " Uiisslup frwnt JmiJo TUhJfonl's n "C5, ray ass, '.vhlcii is dead body of a German officer lying,, tho livar itooii front i'l nievablo plttw1' t . lwo iTesbyterhui eongregationtf ilrcd ou tlm Austro-Hus.slu- ll,kl.,v.l If M.. .l.t.it r . ry, stan.lanl. household reciclj. "--- "' mo muu ui .1 mine which wus an hm, united. Tho church ia located not act to wall an when youus. A l'' moro than a month There has been, fw mmtr. of every fu.n."lv, ,. vntuctey btato Dental Assocla- - JM.read lor breukfast. " it wis tho'()II .,,KlP Btrcli a luW u,t from ,,n mm nntiviiv on tlio Geri.iai.-ItuKtu.i it, I I t,n , iLtitil (tin. A Frt niilnii ,u., wlilJ ..a. ,,"u "w .vu ilridllcit ..id 1.1...11 A 1..1 ...a. ul ie nroaiuasi, Mul strtvt iln,, , slIrrul,(t.i by yutra ago, my otouach wto all out of need tho help that Il.a. !: r. uunk I1""" can hiau sector. In tho world. Thu kcnpln one eye vlgila.u 011 his liv- ,aIU ot tll0 llinaor,(.H, n.sUe.ico8 in fls. I an oraitlpKbid. my llvor giro (it cl'ansitiK tlm M.t . nl At iminv Places KuwUn and Ger-- ! "" w"llt alvanciil . ing prisoner and nut worrying aliout "' " " ""' " ijitiriuilsliiiri;. timn unlflinrx iin iiiocllnz miarmwd ill Ultls't act My (UgaiUoa was bad, and tha trouhlen that uir.. .iom .avoided or UU' wasted in getting tho dead oue It is said that Mr. Huo paid ?!,200 tt took so Iltyo to So .Mtin'Blind ' et nil. 'My conatifitttlou, Ho pointed to lmI.iir.t!oii, Iay ler, tU- - habit of l.!old ot "" So general ha, bicuum for tliM property and sold It o tho 1. . TT rumu; 'r " trl" " gone. I wa m ex- ' or weak... ete. Yon cannot keep well tuilj vow frninmhim.. .i.nl so eoninletel v has riOW U T ogni ('oiigreKatloii fur $4, 100 After iwtlto vnn lSllSt An!yr'-Cc' "' "r V ofT.'r 'ne lluii.iroii tn.inrt itMranl iho the lighting spirit been subdued thai , i.eroiis acquired the properly an ' I (Iwidoil t wocld RtV'j niack- - stomach, Ihur and luweK urn H coml wurk" lu Pt ,l,,) Ucmit " del'"st comumnaor of Jluhulau i'-lrougli trial xi I luimv it worUluj? onlor. Kuep ibvm i.ut w ly. Ciiuik... uiythlog nvn In tho dental acionce. t ii;oii I (i,: ;.in u.ui ii t id irrn nitiU.'i.i.. i i , t to purchase it from (hem iorc( on the Minsk front, has Issued tm Uiijhly recoouueaded for thlJ Try niack-nraugU new promptly, t nVywrs.'aV iiw llieumi. Ln.'iwn o"'tVw i"'''1 "egroes, however, It is said, d. ' troublu. a formal stateuuit warning his iorcei lisftan Ml:.n5 It. I folt Kcutly and in a nutural way. If you II..' , ri'M A"''? r;" Iflf ill?. pMrnf.lv fftl t'lKlt-pl- . Ifrlll'u tltwl.l.l t I r. AAA rJt.m It. A i.t.v.h(. .... mflt to howaro of .1 Go. man rufc. ' i, 3tter after a ow dittCM. My awwiltc fool lh tUo M.dieiii" ucin ipiii the l oa " r!l oi t.'io ta!io a do-stonlfiht frlondline.s j d tho Mwiim 3urr.ee!,. opi!ilu. u,,, .v.. noRotlatioiiB were called off. boaltb. briBht oyM. clear ranrorci1 ani1 l Ixjcntnu stronger. My You will feel fresh tomorrow. I'rlco In- - "'w nan rimn n.e U'wi ami h.nliug tho dia- was pail of their plan to obtain The negro eongrecnliou h.ul been PlexUuiB. and Dr. Kings New Life AftVr'' yiV.,"h.xv. takni H.iII'h TatarrU ol Kussiau condition... services in the church every ' bowi'1-- ' a'ed uatcrally.aud thu least -- 5c. a paeKaso Obo cent a doaa -- ' u mo "lv Mnucir.it for a snort tnra. mi will .'. i Wi.ek since tho purchase ot tho prop-- 1 trouble xvaj aooa rlchted wlt!i a few All dructltstd. .""'" . Sulillcra arriving for the Duma J, 6a rn- - giat ; '?n...ll..u ..re autborltv tor tho Hlulc- - t,ml tlio - " intesttnuhand r,,.i h'altli Imw moment It in ymir kvnut'il- " ""d wh,,M t"'ro w'ls "trong Bt.rt taking ill's CitarihM" ,y . ,. confuted "'" """ i....i.,iiw ...IHuvvb f1,1 "l Hfc,,J sentiment ngaltirit their control of ilm " nt l""1 g"t t'ih , l. . ... lint iii.ii'luif -- - lomifliitlfiiiil iv'ioIi,l crifli L'lno ti H. f"r" -.-. Itnrifililla fruft Tilt .int.... .. r.iujy. .iceoru.i..; to a t0 1'retichmen lighting mi ilm Austrian front. H J cifKNih-- k uud Pol.m ). 1 .10.!.,, Ohio i property on acouut of Its locution.' a W " now.,-1"1' ul,,r "paun irom sow 'j .us wv-- Aiiuiorija-- , 7. (hero hud been no onen ilemuiiitra. ' uo, Maniuardl s auswer In thl,, connection IMrograd that head, that . HI I which tlrl" ll" that uotoa tin Nurddoutbclm All- ,IU ,mpors iMblLshed elovim uueenM.rod tlouu. notlilng to add to wli.it tm disappear.. Get tlio Gov-- ; ,nr()tt,iy ,a(i ad ami i no umusutiai m . llundrfds of persoim have vlrlt.,,,, gemoino Zeltungaiue-itione- d ette.s timi. soldlera at the front. On,. Nu,v I.lfu IMIU at juur rnm.;iit about the Incorporation ot lielKium. typical letter liom tin. Mlu.-.front .Dr. Kiue's SCc, ih church tliroueh When Iuiieri innitod upon knuw- " .'I drufjglst, Thuro has been an luUiretiUng mild: to view thu damasf. dimo by the us l"r,Rra "to tlm Uornmn army Ho i(T wn,.t ,tetlori tho Clmncollor of Into ,i.s to what induua , jdrclared tho foreigners In thla cite, "CouiltiB along tlio trench today IJnistii',-- , Famous itomark. uk aK,lInal UU(:h tt , tho Geinia'os to lay waste t!i country paw a number ol our m.m smilingly , inciiiuou Amiincun oill- -, Hon of lntarnailon.il i,nv ...! violence ,eln0OllI wtll) a dtroMB 1()1Uvor In wm who hud been provided with of-- 1 ot wmiu.c,,, tUo frualdunt Inter- looking ovtrii.otre.ien- - ngui wi.un tho vJrtu0 oj. UwIlll,. hlJ,l0Hy wl0l which the) evacuate with such bestial tliarouKhiioiv, An nnldi tA, thoy (T cUI WimtlOwtlon papers. . llor JA they vreru fair targets for tlm "ft-- ith vtuifKl, nAyiH; thin v.aa u now qu.-tlbl) t J(IJ imat ,orult S y" very naturally tr t im(.uo the .P HTa A irL IIKunort nukwl what lh. Chancello tillll. lily's bullets. nittilineii of vour fillosv cltiscn.t." t of the uuiuy ana mool nuturully eontouipluted ilnlnj; in connection . .VM. For lufajtto ami Cbildrca "Wlint's tin, matterV" I iiskcd .j be iwid to ft eiller .if tl.o Vl.tte Houso .tud properlj . thin sul.jnct. , with noin tlulr point of view In Uso "Thoy niibwimxl, "Thoro'K ti meet-,- . , U'lxioplni; Ciiusli. Over Years nillwiij.!, blast cratora Col. Maniuurdt, replylnj? for tho lug of the Russians and aorn-aiw.Oni? it thu tuott burcotufiil pnpi-mtioie- , u te trU(J thBt yol my ijihey ilontroy and out doAii Iho truiH r.tways Lcari m the roadi v,....-- i uiu!ii, n.iiu mil xvar Aiiuujiiir j. ihiiix, iiun , , , sviury "1 nurrieii in my .i... li im'i fir, this ft I. .'a., tn ni.....!,, i,,ii,a ,ii ,,:.. i iiiiu ,' i;jr'rv CJyyiC ",vol( eonunuuieaUi with military Chauihttrlain's CoiiKh Kimeily ..here luoklDK through niy hinooiil- - .0. .... Vfl. j0i ,.,, , nt uumjIu and . let Ilium full right icrotw the, Sli.in.uie i'. . i. " , may roatwas. aruiu, a good deal . nr-comtimnderH and aftur an iuveiitlgu- - W. M.l!lin(oii, Mlkaidon .x fiatlieriiis I kiw ., , . uf ruon lu ,.' ' ., 8prina, 1 . "f '" villages, ami Hon of tlm whole. auMllon '" UUi lc: HuHlan and Genua:, uniforms out would wvlloa, ' Our baby kid whonpin,: ' F. ' " o making It Unpowlhio for our K()llI:i(.M:i.s KOi:i!i;i INTO order tho roluuu or any porsoua un- - wiukIi nt. bad an iiiohL any I iby between ti... tronohtw. 1 liurriud imr troops Id Hud shelter, fop thai also fiKHMAN AUM1, UKl'DCr Justly Incorporated1 Into tho army. to tho group uud found them addrMMt- - j could hav It. l him Chan.u.r, l.ipiUn our .ulvanc. What w llnd Kunorl thun naked wljelher tho Iain's Cmsh Uemody ing eauh oilier uu "con'r.ide." ami it soon got F3, FLETCHER'S l.endoti, May it eo very dllllcult to HiMlor'st.uul Is Kuitrl, a ('haucellor was uwaro that the svumo h.m ".Somo uf our linn) who woulilit't ovory-wliurOhUiljiablo vuli." what they inintjiiio lhty have tjoeured Soelallst uiemlier of tho Heicbstuj, ut eomimlJor nio.isuru had been applied t talk (icrnun worn linldliiR their m g. their beforo pnlras horizontally mouths and blowing n huge "poutt" MINERS COAL their wny of indicating that thu The Czar had been blown away. Germans repeatedly thrust ihulr bay GET INCREASE onets In the ground and threw down their rifles. "Finally an Interpreter from the WlttTKItX KKNTITCKY WOKKKIIS German lines came along. He told (UVti.V TK.V CKNTS MOKK us tho Germans hadn't heard the PKlt TON'. news about Kussta. We told him the story of the revolution, and ho In turn Interpreted It for his comrade." l'ptrogrnd Is thrilled by such reAT ONCE TAKES EFFECT ports as these of complete amity between the opposing forces, but military leaders are fearful of Germnn Bnnicnt Wan Kcnchwl After n Con- trickery. ference Of Two llnys In Unilsvllle. 'Chamberlain'" Tablets Have Done -- disinterring Collins and burning, ' or In some other way getting rid of !GMOT6eroMs$roM$rosi CALL ON US For Overcoats, Suits, Odd Pants, Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloaks. Don't miss new and us. ! I I J j cs Hub Clothing Co. 5 HARTFORD, KY. - j - .- -- 0&Q&MZ&ll2(W2a2e2iJs2'Q2f2fZ''2Gf2'-C- ! - J I Be Sure of the Number Before Calling The at J -- lj bug-gag- two-thir- up-to-dat- e. It iTi that ' ..-- ..i M' """ . j "' 1 n, ' vii-:cki:i- j j t(-l- t "'"' 1 """"" '" . ,,,., ,', t,. ivHin-r..pl.m- CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY nt-eik- "" - I "'" - I 1 """ '' ""r pros-iousne- ss r 1t 1MB , . ''' i mmlm Elack-Drdugh- WAS BAD ( ,n .- j A ar-""- "' I '""" """ "l" .' n "" " -- I- -' 111 . . f '- .. , l' n. ,' ,n 1 'l f ,rld,rl'r elm-gUl- on W" "'" ""- llunB ' ! ,.',! f v- 1 j ffl ,t k W? ! i ' i.iH-miui- I t 1 "! ,,,,, T0. ,., A cu 1 ... ,, aa OTA O W For 30 ( i ; ''" 2 ' 'UW ... i i . Cliilclxen Ory CAS T.O R A n. ' , .. i&rt j ..iu..ow.fa.ji--4- - nt Hrt"'i4$immX., t aro withheld, except thut specially and by tho return of tho ninnuro to equipped salvage vessels will be cm-tho land tho farm will bo greatly ACCUSE PRODUCE MEN ,,Ioyctl tt,l', t,,!U ",uy win ',0 n,), t0 benefited. up rrniiPT FROM FEDERAL RANK "Machinery. Duo to Iho scarcity, Ul lUlllulllU lilUtjl ,0"crale ovt" '" stormy weather. Tho Freindenblatt, which, as nn of farm labor, many farmers aro . 'e.ainpl6, puts tho value of tho shlpi wanting to buy Improved machinery 7,000 AI'I'liV KOK LOAN KIlOM so that the work can he duuo at tho JKKKKItSn.V COUXTV (UtOWKItH sunk In February nlouu at what it 0, proper tlmo nnd In a better way. . calls tho moderate, llguro of OKMAXIZi: TO KLIMINATK kkntivkv, in. says that tho number of After the purchase of such' machinery i iu.ixa ani ohio. MinnuiMU.v. wo insist that tho llfo of the name, as ships sunk nnd their favorable posi. ', well as the satisfaction caused by tho i tion in most cases for raising guar use of tho same, can be inoro than nntoo for many years after the war Rovcii thousand farmers In Ken- doubled by the proper caro A constitution declaring war 'on plenty of work and a rich profit. and bous- tucky, 'IViuifHscc, Indiana and Ohio lug of tho same. In tho futuro ma - produco and commission houses of i have Hindu requests for lonim from chlnory must not bo found under tho I Loulsvillo and charging that these XOTIOK. tho Federal Land Hank of l.oulsvill", old appio tree or In the fence comer, houses "havo formed a trust In nn Wo again call the attention of our According to I,. H. ('lore, treasurer of "Paying Off Existing Debts. This effort to control food crops nnd priclenders Jo the fact that The Itepub-llt-n- ii that liiHlltulloii, who In an interview bank does not desire to crlpplo any es for tho next year," has been adopt"111 publish in, communications describes lliti forum of agricultural of the present agencies that are loan ed by farmers of Jcfforson County for I dovelopt'tiHMit to ho aided by the hank ing money. Many of the banks arc cotho orgunl7atlon of tho Kern Creek unless stencil ,y (lie author. Kew In thin description he enumerates the operating with tin by having somo Growers' Association. weeks iu.v4 tliat niionjiiiniii nrtlclen pirn-husof I.'iikIb for funning pur member acting us secretary-treasure- r Tho association's object is to elim- arc no( reeelved and (( Is not our de poses, the purchase of equipment, of the local Farm Loan Association. inate tho Loulsvillo "middlemen" fertilizer iind'llvrstnck necessary for The farmer Is entitled to a lono nt T form their dealings, and to establish sire to hurl newsy Items Into the the proper and reasonable operation per cent., with the privilege of apply- oiricca for selling tho products of Jef- waste basket. This anonymous coin, of Hid farm, provision for buildings ing 1 per cent, to tho principal under ferson County farmers direct to the munlratloii rule Is Muted each ijeck at the head of the editorial column and liuproveiueutH and the payment tho amortization plan. This will place householder. and must lie adhered to. Heijiiests of existing dehts. tho Intelligent, capable farmer witli In a statement made at tho or- (hat names be omitted from print "Wo Ilntl." wild Mr Clore, "many limited means on a sound working ganization meeting of tho associanrw compiled with, but (he manuscript deserving fanners short on finance, basis. We feel that tho developcmcnt tion, held Saturday night at Union must bear the writers' signature. who aro handlrjipped In their farming of agriculture will be greater In the Hall, Kern Creek, J. 11. Dcrry, fruit TI1K ED1TOK. operations and are not alile to do tliu futuro than it has been in tho past, grower, and president of the associathings their IntclllKcuce dictates to and that the Farm Loan Act will have tion, declared commission houses and Coat Neel Not Come High. them. In with them wis contributed a satisfactory Bharo to- produce men of Louisville havo formImportant nnd interesting is tho are extremely anxious Unit they not ward this end." ed a "trust." report of the Federal Trade Commissonly take earn of their Immediate Ho said farmers of tho county no ion that there is no existing or threatneeds mid that tlioy servo their counlonger regard tho dealers of this city ened shortage In tho coal supply and For Yuur Child's Cough. try null by doing everything possible, Here's a pleasant cough syrup that individually, but havo been compell- that exorbitant prices aro without toward increased crop production In every child likes to take, Dr. Dell's ed to sco them collectively. Mr. Ber- warrant. this great timo of peril, hut that they Urgent is the commission's warn-lti- g If your child has ry declared that, In an effort to Be- build well, realizing that the produca deep hacking cough that worries curo control of Louisville's food supto thu public not to favor the tion of tho soil depends upon the ply coming from Jefferson county, speculators by being fooled into a you give him' Dr. Dell's treatment given the same by using the soothing pino balsams re- the produco dealers havo been makscramblo or overscientific ami comon-sensmethods, lievo tho cough, loosens tho phlegm ing contracts with farmers for crops buying. applying to the land nil fertilizer that that will not be out of tho ground for After calling forcefully for the can bo scraped together from the nnd heal ytho Irritated tissues. Get a months. bottle at your druggist and elimination of the clement of specuIm-sstables, cow stables, feed lots, Last year, ho avorred, farmers of lation from tho situation, and as a start treatment at once. 25c , 3 straw stacks, poultry houses, etc. Jefferson county, thru tho work of means to that end, the commission "Never was tlicro a tlmo when the tho "trust," lost more than points out "the Imperative need of use of th'e proper commercial fertili- UIXTKR WHKAT CHOP IS VKKY H1IOIIT IN U. 8. $30,000, whllo the "trust" reaped a keeping coal moving from the point zer, properly applied, using tho variharvest from tho under-paid-fof production to Us final destination, ous clciuunta that tho soil requires, crops. and of preventing coal cars from beencouraged more than at fa co of a threatened world "Vfnild be In the In a statement made last night. ing held out of use for the purpose tho present itine. We can safely say food shortage tho American winter Mr. Berry declared farmers were told of speculative storage" crop shows tho lowest condi- by that tho homo of tho plant, the soil, wheat Loulsvllfo dcalcrs'that they would Attention to this point, and fulfilmust be Ideal If wo expect to harvest tion recorded since 18S8 and promis- bo compelled to sell their output to ment of tho commission's promise to bumper crops. It must have plenty of es a smaller yield than any other them again this year, as they could exposo any unscrupulous wholesaler, ventilation and bo physically con- since 1904. , away Jobcr or retailer seeking to mislead not get enough cars to Agricultural conditions otherwise their products on account tako structed for moisture capacity with of the car tho public as to tho coal supply or nn abundance of available plant food. are good, tho Department anuounccd shortage. the need of exhorbitant prices, ought "Tho Importance of good see4, und it recalled that although tho Mr. Merry was appointed by the to go far toward clearing up tho case properly adapted, must not be lost winter wheat crop of 1912 showed an association to Interview Brent Arnold, of anthracite, Its gamblers and Its eight of; In fact, tho selection of equally discouraging outlook tho totfreight manager of the Big Four, and varieties adapted to climate and soil al production of crops that year was will confer with him this morning. burners. conditions millions of dollars can bo tho greatest on record. When dealers from Chicago came The winter wheat crop, planted added to the farmers' Income. It to 'Loulsvillo soekiug to purchase would be ns impossible for a scrub last Autumn was iouo of tho largest food supplies, FOR FLETCHER'S Mr. Berry charged, tuam, with all of tho ailments that acreages ever sown to that graln.but they wero stopped by representatives usually connect with the same, to which met disaster in several im- of Loulsvillo middlemen and sold draw 100 bushels of corn to the mar- portant producing Stales from severe products Child Brought To Llfo of Jefferson county ket ns for the scrub kernel of corn to winter conditions, now promises a nt exorbitant prices. Tho farmers Qulncy, II. Heroic efforts of three farmer.he 100 bushels of corn to the harvest of 3GG,11C,000 bushels this produco said, was not 'given tho slightest op- Quiucy surgeons brought back to life year. acre. That quanlty wns forecast portunity of even talking to out-of- d the daughter of "Livestock many farmers are want- Tuesday by tho Department of Agtown purchasers, and turned over Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Lake, of Qulncy. ing topurcluiso additional livestock, riculture which based Its cstimato on Tho little girl had been suffering his entire crop to tho middlemen. which wu consider a patriotic am- thu condition of tho crop May 1 as reAfter addresses wero made by pth- - from membranous croup. When tho bition at tho present time. If tho ported by tho thousands of agents er growers, tho farmers drew up a three surgeons were called to the Kimo is properly cared for, and the throughout the grain belt. A month residence tho child wa's found In Us bushels constitution for tho new association. proceeds of tho farm fed to tliu live- ago a crop of 430,000,000 declaring flio only remedy for these ilnal dying gasps. stock, tho farm will yield greater re-- : was forecast. Production last yepr Tho surgeon's Instruments had evils was iho elimination of allegefl turns than would be possible if tho wns 4S1.74 1,000 bushels, and in 1915 trust" and tho disposal of their pro been left on tho kitchen table from a products were sold on tho market, It was 673,947,000 bushels. previous visit, and the child, Its ducts direct to tho consumer. One of tho chief objects of the as heart stopped, was hastily carried to sociation will bo to reduce' tho pres- tho table. While one of tho surgeons made an ent high cost of foodstuffs to tho con sumer. Mr. Berry, has asked the co- Incision In tho neck and cot an openoperation of tho Louisville public In ing In tho windpipe, another of the trio by moving tho arms attempted tho campaign. A at which final resuscitation, and in a few seconds plans will bo outlined, will bo held tho child was breathing again. It Is ' Thursday night at Union Hall. Roy thought she will recover. Uonian, of Kern Creek, is secretary' o 1100 SALOON' KKKl'KKS IX of tho association. CHICAGO TO CLOSE UP Last year, according to Mr. Berry, btrawbcrrles wero purchased by LouChicago, May S. Two hundred lsvillo dealers from tho farmer at voluntarily eighty cents n crato of seven gallons. Chicago saloonkeepers Tho dealer then sold them to Louls aro preparing to allow their licenses lapso and withdraw from the villo consumers at ?2.C0 nnd to Chi to cago consumers at ?o.C0. Tho as- busIncbB becauso of tho prospects of sociation pluns to glvo tiiom to Lou- a dry America during tho war, acto tho City lsvillo consumers this summer at cording to a report y y ?l.C0 and still eliminate tho great Council Klnanco Commlttco from tho Controller's olllce. Under tho ordiloss tho farmers suffered last year. Every variety of "food potatoes, nances theso licenses once allowed to Tho onions, corn and fruits will bo In- lapse, may not bo renewed. cluded In reductions which the as- annual loss of rovenuo to tho city will ho SL'OO.OOO tho report said. sociation hopes to mnko. Here is Proof by Women who Know. INKERS SEEK LOANS f t r.mimtr I Net Contents lSTluid i VIh Ji $1H0.-000,00- 2?fcg i5T-r- ' tlm i Dranhn CASTORIA For Infqnla and Children. I ?l:c, , ALCOHOI.-- 3 TEfl CENT. j AVctSclablcrrcparalionfofiVf ( similntinSthcrood byRcgula-lintllhcSlonuchsandncMtls CASTOR '' '' " t Mothers Knew That Genuine Castoria Always TCp.n.rs a m . Uf .Ui Ju w iJ?!TOr1!g l,nf tf.fVft wjvjai . li p. Thereby l'romoUnDKcsltov ChcrrfulncssandRcstCotttauis. neither Onium.Morintncnoi signatured If, IT of HI Mineral. NotNakcotic iXW-Mm 2V0 5M J :V JktljxotOUtoSAMUnXBR JKxpHtn S" MxSnuia bcitUtSittl A 11 W Itf UoAis uja fij3& tf.djjfl; a- -t Iwnn annritUSogor Sd l&tnnriiunr A I II1 1 iinfnfMlRpmcdYfor DialThoM' andFcvcrishncssanu a. iM : ? sli ai p 41 rwolUnrhatfrotnjnjnfanr.j rMlmilcSi4naWpf i loss of Sleep f Yt JI At OMMNT, ft ! In Use r Over y. IIreCEKrAKnCol,5nr jaggf -i- n-- i Thirty Years y, HflB 7SWC i ? L l- NEWSss - panic-produci- o CASTORIA THC CCRTOUK to-da- xaa Copy of Wrapper. new TOM CITY, Starck Pianos No Money in Advance tion Gaar anteed Loweatlet Satisfac- Fr ot Prioea Easic-riTerm a jit-- t Children Cry CASTOR! A fiftecn-months-ol- Saving of SlOO to A P. A. ETAHCK PRESIDENT S200Fac From tory Direct IN YOUR OWN HOME We wilt ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for SO days' freo trial. In your home. No cash. payment required. AH we ask Is that you will play upon, uso nnd test this piano for 30 days. If, at tho end of that time, you do not find it the highest grade, Bweotest toned and finest piano In every way, that you liava ever seen for tiro money, you aro at perfec liberty to Rend It back, and wo will, in that ecnt, pay the freight both ways. X Starck Piano must mako trood with you. or mere is no saic 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL Sava $150.00 or Mors Easy Payments We ship direct to you from our factory, at prices that save you upwards cf $160.00 ts he co.t of your piano. We guarantee to fumlfcb ou a totter piano for I tic money than you can You ure assured of recvlvlng secure elsewhere. a uttsfactory iwect tontl durable high grade piano. OR-V- Ton pay.no cash down, but alter iO days Of trial, you can begin payment on tne low. est, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to wilt your convenience, and it is possible for you to buy a piano for your home, without missive tho money. s Women cf Every Starck Piano l piaranteed (or 25 years. Thl tfutrintr hat back ot it our 25 years of plane experience, and the reputation cf an responsible piano house. W aa WW... Ruaronlaa l.wV.SJ.M.S aiarcK H 2nd -- Hand Bargains a targe number of slightly used and second-bau- d stardard makes We haic constantly on hand Maysr-Haii- mass-meetin- 50 Freo Music Lessons To every purchaser of Etarck Pianos, vc give tree music Icssoni, In one ot the best known schools in Chicago. plant ot All tik.cn in for new Starck Tlanos Tho follow. and Player-Pianoing.arc a few sample borgilnsi Stefnway Starck Second-han- WeDer ..., ....?llU.on a Chickeriag Kimball 92.00 80.03 95.00 sr Starck Player-iMs- n the hrst and moot beautiful Plver Pltaos on ths market, i'ou win De m lighted with the man; exclusive features of these wonderful instruments, and will lie pleased with the very low prices at which they can be secured. 9 Piano Book Free 195.00 bargain list. ran tale In your own home, by mall. This represents one year's free Instruction. Thee Kssuns you Send for out latest complete P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., - 1313 Starck BId., CHICAGO " Sent today for our new beautifully Illustrated piano book wlilcl. gitcs you a large amount of Information regarding pianos. This' book will interest and 'please you. Write today. Many distressing Ailments experienced by them are Alleviated by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, Lowell, Mass. "For tho last three years I havo lieon troubled with tho Change of Life and tho bad feelings common at that timo. I was in a very nervous condition, with headaches and pain a good deal of tho timo so I was unlit to do my work. A friend asked mo to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegota-bi- o ConiKund, which I did, and it lias helped mo in every way. I am not nearly so nervous, no head- $ i You Can You I . t ache or luin. I must say that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is tho beau romedy any sick woman can take." Mrs. MAittuitEr Quinn, Jtear 259 Worthcu tit., Lowell, Mass. w v,u..B u coming to my houso who suitors rum junuwu I toll them to take tho Pinkham remedies. Thoro aro about 20 e. Flokhc Uxlla, if .inhere who think tho world of them.--AtUox 107, North Haven, Coim No other medluliio lins been so successful In rt'llovintjivoiuttn's ufferliir us Jkik LyiHn & Pinkham's Votfetablo Comiiouml. iu Sho Telia Iler Friends to Take Lydia E. Pinkham's Remedies. North Haven, Conn- .-" When I was 45 I had tho Change of Life which is a trouble all women have. At first it didn't bother mo nftnr wiilln T trot bearinc down nairm. I called in doctors who " iwuia. who told mo to try diuorenc tilings uu& iuy "j" " dav mv husband camo homo and said. Why don't you try Lydia E. 1;..lrlinv.i'.i "VT.iirAf nlilft fYiiiinound and Sanative wasnr well, l kog thorn and took about 10 bottcs of Vegetable Comiiound and could feel myself regaining my health. I also used Lydia E. Puiltham'a Banativo Wash and it has dono mo a great deal of good. Any ono uuua you must keep Don't ICt Your Cough Hujik On. A cough that racks nnd weakens 1 naveirt. Is dangerous, it undermines I ou paid your every cent I had in tho world for health nud thrives on neglect. It at once with Dr. King's New your retainer. Doston transcript. Discovery. This soothing balsam remHubby's Jol. edy heals tho throat, loosens the "Won't your wife ulng for us?" phlegm, Its antiseptic properties kill tho germ and tho cold is quickly "Sure! I Just asked her uot to.-"broken up: Children and grown- Tho Mischief Maker. ups allko llnd Dr. King's New DisKffKN For Hutching, covery pleasant to taltc as well ns rf. (i. Mack Mlnorcns, Northrop effective. Havo a bottlo handy In your medlclno chest for g'lppo, croup ,traintho bis kind. Whlto Wynn- Atitlottcs, Duston strain tho stay whlto and nil bronchial nffectioni klud. i:ggs rrom either or both drugglsts, GOc. breeds for quick salo $ 1.00 per 15, $3.00 per CO. 25 per cent off after May 10th. Tho bent mutliigs cocks FOR FLETCHER'S and hens not rolntcd. Good weighers and wlnterlnyers. U T. HAUNAItl), Ue-lle- Lawyer Now, nothing from mo. I ! 'Whatever J Want To Be Be t i AMBITION, Children Cry You can bo a success, and a big success, if you havo ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is tho chief requisite for preparedness. Tho big men of today almost with- out exception aro tho men who prepared yesterday. We prepare you for tho position that are waiting for tho propared man or woman. School 'n session the entiro year. Pupils may enter at any timo and receive proper classification. j I'KOCKSH OV UA18ING Ull'S 42tC KOIA'KI), GKI1MA.V KKPOKT I CASTORIA Hartford, to Ky., H. 1. You aro Invited to Write for Free Advice. may rwlvfreaiiil helpfulatlvleohy vrltliii-tlioLyd14.l'iiiMittiiWi!4itciioo.,iiyiin,liIahs. bnclilottorrturo received oud uunwisil by liumvn only uud held lu strict coufldcacc. AVomeu Amsterdam, May 14. Tho proh-li'i- n of salving nhlps sunk by submu-rlnIs Bolvcd, according to tho llnmhurger Freindenblatt, which says that German naval engineers havo ipuloctcd n protebH of raising uliliii I from tho bottom of the sou. Details cs Dookkceplng and Accounting or Stciioyrapliers Courso lu the Owoiih-bor- o lluslness Industrial College. 1'iir mtrticulars nnuiv ur Kcrniiiiic.i?i office. HtulnesM Scholarbhtp. We have for sale, a scholarship, good for a complete courso In either Onsbi t , Business l fl e (Incorporated) .OWENSBORO. KY. ' V tf asc?5f3ics3 lr. Ui Hartford Republican. Opn inP (Jljflir 0 m&Gtvm . I ki ' ' .. I purpose of obtain - , tlCUfO call attcnllqn to tho cause of what- - marriage for the tho lug military cxemptmtis. popular Ul ever lack of support or ARsessur, uuiuicu iuuiu uiu HOW. Is OXtlor CllClllg irnvornniPtiL u ,a wit: no otner unnoiiiici-iiii-iu- , Notlm Announcements for coun- Intcndcnt of Schools of Ohio county. i.ilrml nrcordliiR to law At the PoMoIflo. During tho presidential campaign ty offices published In this column un- Subject to tho Primary Klectloii, SatHartford, Ky.. a mnll mnttr ol the Mcond last year tho popular cry everywhere plain duty of every Rood Republican j biggest appropriation bill over til tho Primary, Jfi.uO In advance. urday, August 4, 1917. Tho was "Ho Kept Us Out Of War." This! who voles nt nil to vote- for DIIIIs. introduced In any legislative body In District offices. $"2.G0. the' Ward. If mills thinks the omco la tho world was offered In the Sennto lulled I'iip Jnllrr. cry so often repeated "W. S. TINSIiKY, Editor & Wis. SfRr. Wo arc authorized to announce tho c. American people, into feeling of false worth making two races for and tho Tuesday. It Is the urgent Deficiency I'or Wo are authorized to announce the candidacy of SI. 45. SIIROARKK for enniritv. nml led them to confidently other fellows will not make one race Hill and tarries an appropriation of to ,,ceve the candidacy of L. Ij. KM BUY for the tho Republican nomination for Address all communications of tho Presl - for It why don't you vote for tho $:i.;t!t,!Mli. 381,22. Subject to tho Roprc- - er of Ohio county. Che Hartford Republican. (dint would Insure the permanent other fellow If you wont vote for, Pension checks sent out to the sentntlvo of nomination for Subject Primary Klectloii, Saturday,. August Ohio county. r iin inntitri Vnw uitii thnt nuns. to the derail of NMitucky i.August Primary Klectloii, Saturday, 4, 1917. Then thcra Is our old friend Clem Confederate grim specter of war rising suddenly 4, 1017. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS from Frankfort Tuesday totaled $S Like ourself Moxlcy for Surveyor. Wo nro authorized to nnnnunco the UabcrllKT iletlrlug the Wr nt to n new before them they aro amazed, and Wo nro authorized to announce the candidacy of .1. XV. IHIVALL for tho for the sudden and tin- - Clem would not take tho blue at n 3S4 for the Slay disbursement. 4Jrrant jrlrr tho olil Hclilrws In mnliliiK the V. L. LAWLKSS Republican nomination for Jnller or WHlWt. expected reversal of the President's beauty show but ho has the good j London reports the loss of tonnage candldacv of UK. tho nnrf NotliM Wc Btnw .ouil mlilltliiniil Innrtlon. line anil 5c policy. However, time and the first qualities. Clem did not exactly seek j from submarines was lower last week for tho 'Republican nomination fori Ohio county. Subjuct toAugust 4, y Klectloii, Saturday, of Ohio county. pr line for ewh If than for several weeks past, Jeet to tho Primary Klectloii Sutur- - 1917. OMlmirit', ltp(ililtlon nnil Cnril ol ThinlliV bloodshed of American soldiers on the olllce hut the olllce sought him j day, August 4, 1917. line, mavrj In minimi.. a foreign battlefield will arouse the It was seeking anybody. A nr We arc authorized to announce the ', Church .Notion for mrvlcv t'f. bnt otlur national Clem Is a busy man Just now and JJ snlr.lt of patriotism, and ' We aro authorized to announre the candidacy of K. K. TIXHLKY for th drc rtlenf nt, 5c r line people frfr a loyal sup - ,, .as been for these many moons. no prepare the her candidacy of .1. I). HILL for the Re-- j Republican nomination for Jailor of AnonjraotiA comninnlnitlonn will rnx port of the tremendous sacrifices country Is full of widows nnd to our '( piiblioan'noinlnatlon for Repreeeiitn- - .Ohio county. Subject to the Prlmu- tntton ' certain knowledge Clem has seen a that will bo demanded of them. tivo of Ohio County. Subject to thojry Klectloii, August 4, 1917. Between April 9 and May 12 the Primary Klectloii, Saturday, August host of them, but somehow, we don't rELSTIIOlTES. We are authorized to announce th ............ know wl-- . Clem Is still a busy man. Ilritish nnd French armies captured 4, 1917. SX33&1s0rlGk2i...MM. TIIK HERALD CRITICAL. ... CO candidacy of H. A. M!K for tho ReForsxaro iixtvxxl.....charitably assume, that 'Take care of Clem's race boys. Help 49.379 German prisoners, Wo will I'or County Judge. publican nomination for Jnller nt I)r Arthur Walto who murdered We arc authorized to announce tho Ohio county. Subject to the Primary our good neighbor, the Hartford Her - j tho busy man. Then there Is Dr. Riley for Coroner ,lg WoaIttiy father-lnlaMAY 18 aid, did not realize tho absurdity of In new York candidacy of SIAL'K COOK for tho Election, August 4, 1917. FRIDAY Republican nomination Judge its criticism of the Fiscal court for Dr. uiiey is a seinuntte man wo say tnrco ycnrs afi0 wln i,L. electrocuted the Ohio County Court. forSubject of to Wo nro authorized to announce tho providing tho County Court Clerk's! this to relieve Undo John C. of any May 21- tho Primary Klectloii, Saturday, Au; candidacy of .1. T. WKDDI.M! for tho If Teddy gets Into the scrap In possible embarrassment ana he tie- Republican nomination for Jnller r Muropo ho will make a rush for the olfico with a book typewriter. There Coal shipped Into Owensboro by .gust 4, 1917. nro few if any counties In the State serves well of his fellow citizens. So Ohio county. Subject to the Primal!) MlnB nl 20 cml ,,cr b,,s,,eIbattle around Dullecourt. Wo are authorized to announce tho ry Election, August 4, 1917. that have not made slmMlar pro- - far'as we know the Doctor has con-'- " ' Congress has been now In session candidacy of It. It. WKDDINfi for visions for keeping Its public records. ducted inquests in a solemn and sat JThe food speculators conio In for tho Kcr.ibllcan nomination for Judge We are authorized to announce thn In furnishing a book isfactory manner and deserves an for 65 days nnd has passed one bill, of the Ohio County Court. Subject n good deal of abuse lut tho prleeb A Fiscal court ot CHARLEY JOHNHUK Washington dispatches say that to the Primary Election, Saturday, candidacy Republican nomination typewriter to the county clerks office endorsement nt the hands of his of food stuffs continue to soar. for the for party. Beyond the candidates meu - a(tcr the Important war measures August 4, 1917. doesrnot do so for the convenience of Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to( ' Primary Election, Saturday, Aur the Clerk, bul to provide a plain and tioned our mind Is not made up but are agp0sed of In Congress a number tho Tho high cost of living Is just now Wo are authorized to Announce the gust 4, 1917. when Tlnsley goes on his regular of th0 members of each House will engaging tho serious attention of leg- legible record for those who have candidacy of It. II. MARTIN for the June spree we mean fishing spree enlist In the army, Republican nomination for Judge of islative' bodies and other assemblys reason to consult it, and to save the We are authorized to announco the ,estroycr3 the Ohio County Court. Subject to throughout the county money"' in tho economy of we will name the rest of the ticket'? j Amcrlcan 8ubmarlno nnd organizations the Primary Election, Saturday, Au- - candidacy ot C. A. HMITII for the Respace. We are surprised that book CAre'1 ln "rltl8h waters and I country. publican nomination for Jailer ot; lhavo gust 4, 1917. PRmmFmnvTin-Mvithe Herald wffter did not know that t Engish and French enthusiasm is at Subject to the Primary Ohio county. . remaps no ow.it puo.lC quciuanj,,, h ch ovcr tUo event V The r.owlli.i: Green d'rtrict reovtg tho typewriter will pay for Itself sevW'o are to announce tho (Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. eral times over In the saving of book more seriously cneaces the attention ' The slow but sure advance of tho candidacy autnorized a record cr'p of strawberries of J. A. BELLAMY for the nt thn timrcnnnnr rnnftnr thnn anpr. We are Authorized to announce the Republican nomination for Judge of season.' it la refreshing new- as space and that this Is the chief reason ufatlve comments upon the probable I A,,,M on a,lt.ho ba"l fron's th? the Ohio County Court. Subject to candidacy of WORTH TICHKNOH thlB Is' tho first report of a record all Fiscal courts furnish them to the tcSt nowa ,rom tho war f,clU9 tho Primary Election, Aug. 4, 1917. for the Republican nomination tor crop of: anything we have heard of clerks. An Intelligent farmer would duration of tho war nd the part the' r.urupo. Jailer ot Ohio county. Subject to may play in its prosince title high cost of living craze revert to the wooden mouldboard or United States We are authorized to announco tho tho Primary Election, Saturday, AuIn the debate in tho Senate over the reap hook as readily as the Mod- gress, nor Is there any '.other public country. Btruck, tne candidacy of HUjAS U HTEVKXH for gust 4. 1917. would waste tho question so difficult for the newspa- the enormous war budget sweeping the Republican nomination for Judgo ern 'Fiscal-cour- t criticisms ot tho President arc being of the Ohio County Court. Subject In common fairness to an innocent countys' money supplying expensive per wrJjUy to. .Intelligently treat. We are authorized to announce the .to the. Primary Election, Saturday, candldacx of i. XV. PERRY for th van wo want to advise Republican books for the antiquated system off While it is possible the end may mado for the. Executive's heavy money. Republican nomination' for Jailer, or August 4, 1917. readers' that Tlnsley cannot be held pen records. come within a few months,, the best Subject to the PriOhio county. . Immediate Homo Rule for Irelnnd morally or legally responsible for Tho Heralds criticism of the safe military opinion of both England, and Wo aro authorized to announco the mary Election, Saturday, Aucuar anything appearing In this Issue of ln the Sheriff's office is een less ex- Franca is that it will be drawn out With six .northern or Protestant candidacy ot WINHON KMITII for tho 4, 1917. the Republican,, and if anybody men- cusable. It costs .the,, county about into another year and possibly longer, countries excepted is tho latest Republican nomination for Judge ot Wo nro authorized to announco the tioned feels aggrieved and wants to $1,000 to assess the. property (or taxa If the Central Powers can make their j program of the British government, the Ohio County Court. Subject to Election, Saturday, Au- candidacy of 1 SI. BROWN for the lick the editor he will have to wait tion and about $200.00 more to have foo'tl supplies hold out till harvest it London reports only eight large gust primary 4, 1917. nomination for Jailer or till Tlnsley goes fishing again, and-b- the Sheriff's' book made. The safe is practically certain the war will ships sunk during the past week, Ohio county. Subject to tho Primawe hope offenses real is for tho purpose of fire protection run at least into the year of 1918. that time Wo are authorized to announce the ry Election, Saturday, August 4, of th' A COnferenco committee and imaglnery will bo softened by of tho Sheriff's book and other public Present Indications point strongly j jjonso and Scnato has practically candidacy of L. II. TirilKNOIt for 1917. the Democratic nomination for Judge time and barred by limitation. records of that office. If the Court toward tho collapse of the Russian j aB'reC(1 t0 a bm that allows all itif the Ohio County Court. Subject For AnsesMir. House were to burn but for the proGovernment, and the men 530 a month, to tho Primary Election Saturday, Wc aro authorized to announce the The food situation In Germany Is tection of the safe the assessment and lies have little reason to expect fur-- 1 a 'August 4, 1917. candidacy of I). E. WARD for tho . An attempt to Clinolfr'0 Imil .i.mil.l nil hipa tn tinl.i undoubtedly acute. .. . ulL.r Ul)blsluncu ,ralu ui.u quarier. , Tnls cmlntry advanced Russia !. oK...la niraln n. Republican nomination for Assessor of j10o.0000,000 Wednesday ... . t l (l....n make a further cut in tho food ration nunc rlrnf ..(," uv ... .vt.OlCl rf till. luuj-- lHas iroiu IHU ,ucginiiiiie iuiikmi .... w. , I'or County Attorney. of Ohio county. Subject to the Priuia Gov. Whitman, of New York, has In April was about to result In an taxpayers of tho county. late We aro authorized to announce the mary Election, Saturday, August 4. Peanut j a way and may anyi a Major Gen- candidacy of A. D. KIRK for the Re- -j 1917. Col. Roosevelt industrial strike of wide proportions Politics. ()ay retire from the war. It Is not offeredcommission In tho New York publican nomination for County At-- 1 ntad tho government was forced to Improbable that Turkey and Bulgaria j erals Subject to In the event Congress torney of Ohio county. For SluKlstrnte. make concessions from the food st may also quit the game and leave State Guard A WORD OK WAKNLNG. Prlmnry Election, Saturday, Wo nrc authorized to announce tho does not authorize him to raise a the 4, 1917. stores that it could ill alford, and now If the temporary Editor of this the bloody conflict to be fought out candidacy of W. C. DAUGHKRTY for with the danger of food Exhaustion paper was ever in politics he is now between Germany and Austria on the volunteer army. Tho Col's State I tho Republican nomination for JusGuard regiment could utilize For County Court Clerk. before harvest the Government does tice of Peace, Kosltio Slnglsterlal Disout of it for keeps,' but knowing 'one side and England and France on We are authorized to announce the trict. Subject to the Prlmnry Electhroughout the country not daro again cut the ration and the something of the game and feeling tho other, with tho United States a who have signified their willingness candidacy of XV. O. BLANKEXSllIP tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Food Dictator standing between the for some anxiety to see Ohio county re- - powerful but yet an ineffective ally, to follow his fortunes in a foreign for tho Republican nomination sea Is begging Devil and the deep blue County Court Clerk of Ohio county. main in the Republican column' wo! If this condition should develop a war. Wc nrc authorized to announce tho for tho privilege of resigning. Subject to tho Primary Election, want to offer a little plain advice to j prolonged war is a Certainty unless candidacy ot .IAS. A. HOLING for the m Saturday, August 4, 1917. Republican nomination for Justice of News In Brief. Tho entry of this government into tho candidates before the primary. the submarines succeed in cutting off We j England's food supplies and forces Wo aro authorized to announco tho tho Pence, Sulphur Springs District. Now don't take this personal. Wheat sold for $3.25 a bushel ln the war in Europe Is the most serious SI. K. CHUS1LKY for the Subject to tho Primary Election, SatChicago Monday, the highest price candidacy of nomination for County urday, August 4, 1917. venture In our national existence, have no particular candidate In mind, her to suo for peace, Republican we aro appealing to each of you. In a time of censored news them-helvbut ever paid for It In the worlds history. Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject and our people must prepare Wo aro authorized to announce the lines hang more loosely than patches It is difficult to estimate the SI. Guchkoff, Russian Minister of to tho Prlmnry Election, Saturday, to make sacrifices never before candidacy of K W. JACKSON for demanded of citizens of this Repub- they once dirt. The people aro ex- - volume of shipping being destroyed War, has resigned, and tho Provis- August 4, 1917. the Republican nomination for Juslic, niood and tears and gold must ercising moro Independence In vot- - by submarines but It Is undoubtedly ional government seems to bo going Wo are authorized to announce the tice of tho Peace, Beaver Dam Dising than formerly. A nomination In great, but Information at hand indl-Oh- I to pieces. pay the price of tho liberty of our candidacy of L. II. CONDIT for the trict. Subject to the Primary Eleccounty does not necessarily catcs It Is not serious enough to break tho Republican nomination citizens to sail unharmed the seas Tho President has ordered for County tion; Saturday, August 4, 1917. nnd trade unhindered in the markets mean an .election. The court house down tho English fighting machine, regular army expanded at once to Its Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject We aro nuthorlzed to announce tho of the world. The Prussian sword has if half full of the opposition nov. A at least during the present year, full strength of 1S0.000 men. The to tho Primary Election, August 4, candidacy of SI. B. CHOWDER ftrr 1:een drawn In mad ambition to con- nomination to be worth while this Much Is being written about new Immediate effect will be to promote 1917. tho Republican nomination for Jus- quer tho world, and the American ear nuibt come clean. It would be methods of combatting the subma-bett- moro than jlleoof the Peace, Roslno Magisterial of the regular I'or Sheriff. Subject to the Primary to lose in August than in No- - rlnc, but tho weekly toll of ocean ves- - army olllccrs. i;overnment should not if it could We are authorized to announco the district. urge them . tihirk its sluiro In defending the libreports tho shooting down candidacy of ('.. A. RALPH for the Election, Saturday. August 4, 1917. London II Russia lies down and Germany, of another Zeppelin on tho niornln,; RepMlcan nomination for Sheriff of to votu for you but treat yolir op-- ! erties of mankind. Wo nro to announce the OhU- - county. Subject to tho Pri- candidacy authorizedDEAN Is can draw upon tho grain fields of tho of tho 11. pouent 611 the square. There of W. S. for the Remary Election, Saturday, August 4, publican nomination Wo want to call attention of tho another race ahead. This is not a great Northern empire, then the very for Justice of Secretary McAdoo started Monday 1017. tho Pen co, Sulphur Springs Slnjslstcr-ifl- l road authorities to a danger point .margo that tho rules of fuirplay are existence of England and Franco will on a tour of tho middle woit In the tliHtrlct. Subject to tho Primary on tho Centertown road near tho old being violated, but a caution 'lest depend upon tho aid of tho great Wo are authorized to nnnounee the Election, Saturday. August 4, 1917. Interest of the 52,0.90,000.000 Liber Lawrence- shop. Tho very shnrp turn public of tho West. The mubterlng ty Loan. He will go as far vost as enndtclaey 01 S. A. MIUTClIKK for becloud jour Judgment, . in tho public road there is a constant - aiiuiui ..... . the Rep ihhuin uoniin.iilen for Sher-U- T I W .14.1 .. ...1... ..Iiru .MilllIHMIUCe . ... Now a word to tho voters, and I and training of an army Is a slow and Denver. ine of Ohio county. Subject to tin u mrco of danger to autoists who are a:n one of you. Let us agree that If process, and the Pnlted 'y of H. V.'. I.KACII for the ot his Primary Election, Saturday, August On account of tho difficulties I.. not familiar with it. A conspicuous any candidate does unjustly or tin- - States will not be bMo to throw an position the Gonnan Food Dictator ciu nomination for Justice of '4, 1917. 'll: " ..co. Denver Dam Magisterial t i?n should bo orected reading "Turn, fairly misrepresent his opponent that effective army IniOEuropo'he!ore tho i1R8 n8Urd the privilege of resigning. Subject to the Primary ,.li :r; Ahead" to warn the ur.suspecting wo will robiilte such candidate not spring of 19 IS, but In the mmutinv Reports from all, sections ot tho Vo nro authorized to announce the Eliel. u, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Mr. Randall, of Center-tow- n, only by voting against him but by the making of an army on a gigantic traveler. A a tobacco districts Indicate tho crop candidacy ot O. I. JONES for the was coming Into town over tuut publicly condemning such methods stale will go on In this country. If We are will bo light thla year, the farmers Republican nomination for Sheriff candidacy nuthorUeil to nnnounee tho of .1. V. HAOKKSIAN for road Monday night and bolng unfa- of campaigning. tho nacWsslty continues and means devoting their onorglua to growing of Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturday, August l. the Democratic noiiiluatloa'for Jus-tll'- o miliar with tho road shot straight To tho three thousand Republican of transport can bo tumid early In food products. ot tlic Peace, Hartford Magister1917. ahead over an embankment fifteen vpters of Ohio county the personal lioxt year tbls country will pour into ial District. Subject to the Primary Former Embassador, Joseph II. ftqt Into a pond of water, and It wan fortunes of any candldato aro of small Europe a now and miiucroud unity We nro authorized to announco the Election, Saturday. Aug. 1, 1917. Choatc, died nt his rotsldcuce in New n tnlraclo that he was not consequence, but tho succss of the that will determine tho Iseuo of H. I J. BENNETT for the almost the York Monday. Many people regard- enudldoey of ForHginorrutlc iiouiuallou for Sheriff of killed or seriously injured. We nro party Is of vital interest to us ull. grealent war tho world over wuv. ed Mr. Choatc tho grcntost lawyer in Ohio county. Hiibjoot to tho Primary candidacy authorized to nnnouucf; the of .1. . DANIEL Tor tho tunately ho escaped with slight Lot u have a clean, bquure ruco so Uod forbid it be so, bin It looks like America. Republican nomination for Justice I nil bob to himself nnd small damage after tho Humiliations ar made all our NhI Ion's offended honor must ho Complaint In being mado that both Election, ilaturday, Augtiet I, 1917. of the Peace, Bartlctts Slagistorlal" to Ills machine. of us including the defeated cuudidt'-te- n avenged at a tremendous cost in Houses of Congress aro lcadcrless, Dlhtrict. Subject to tho Prlmnry I'or Superintendent. y blood and gold. wno nro legally Election, Saturday, August I, 1917. Note Wnmi-can Join heartily nnd wholesoled-land doing nothing In tho faco of the The Inactivity of Congress in the In support of tho ticket Enghiiid, Franco and America In greatest crisis that ever confronted qualified, are entitled to vote for taco of a gravo national crisis is Wo nro authorized to announce tile School Superintendent iu both Pri' tho new triple alliance that will re- - tho nation. mary and Final Election.. candidacy of ED SHOWN for tlur worrying tho President mid tho other " jdraw tho mapllnus of tho earth, but OL'R PRIMARY TICKET. Republican nomination for Justice In an attempt by four young Pittsofficials In immediate charge of, war ' "ll) '" hho ami burg men to rob a bank In that city Wo arc authorized to announco the or the IVace. Hartford .Magisterial1 ' It has never been tho policy ot this J"1 atpp'parattons. Tho portent of thla tho cost in livesand wealth will tho Cashier and Assistant Cashier candidacy of Mrs. HOWARD for tho Dlatrlr.t. Subject to (he Pilniury titude of Congress is not difficult of paper to tender support to any can- Republican nomination for ,)ll,fit VH for "' historian wero killed. Two of tho bandlta wore temleiit ot Schools ot Ohio Supcrin- Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. tlldate before the primary hut tho interpretation. It Is uncertain of ii'.o county, j killed by tho policea third Is going to smash;"1' "lc future to record. j Subject to tho Primary Election, Wo ure authorized to announco lhe tliift of public opinion. There Is no temporary editor . Saturday, August 4, 1917. candidacy of Q. B. BROWN for the tilled and tho fourth escaped. question of tho loyally of tho coun- all precedents mid ndvlso tho Repub- Republican nomination for Justluo of SIIERFIELD LETTER. try, but Congress 'h uncertain of tn-- j licaiiH of Ohio county whom to sup- Wo nro authorized to autiouiico the tho Peace, Rockport District. Sub- ' MlhS HoshIo .Morris visited Miss TAKKY ITEMS. nort for certain olllccs. ways and means proposed. Tho levy . candidacy of SIAKO.V for.Ject R..111P Slay m.Rov. Birch Shields fill- I tho Ilepubllcan SIRS. I. S. for Super-- 1 day, to tho Prlnmrv Assuming tho entries ure all In wo Dewey Johnson Saturday night and nomination August 4th., 1917. of a tax wholly without a prall.li ed his regular appointment hero Sat tim hiinrv nt fiw, wnriii nn.i iho'shnll fmiikly counsel tho voters to aimunj. o urday and Sunday and spent tho night Miss Mervey Johnson spent need at least support Arthur Kirk for County At- -' selective draft Hysle-"'K11'1 's 1"""0i1,urr"' with Jumes Gray and family. list church Third Sunday night has been employed for the past few j'orney. Kirk Is a man of quiet and for public opinion to dellbe.ate. Clarenco Patton wont to Owens- Como one and all and help to eucour-ag- o WVUKB, has had taste, nnd would no doubt M. bailie Johnson There U no tue of frying to um....-iWnbrought tho young minister lu his great j Sliss Susslo Raymond la visiting tl). fuct that there H widespread op- -. vu" " casting nix lonunos" Mr. ........................ ..,. boon boro last week and wife whooutdieda 11. SlcCormlck who has monument for his ow as an r. work. He Is u prominent young man her sister, Mrs. Iru D. Funk. iosltloii to both of fhcjo meusures aa;""'"1 l sick for borne time Is able to bo out. about 0110 year ago. and has ,tho best wishes for success SIlss Gladys' N. Taylor was In ti.ty aro nt present propt.sed, and tho county officials are exempt from Mr. Powell Tlchonor made his Two men wero lu our' community from tho writer who' Is an old friend Hartrortl Thursday having to Arthur's Is liunxut ,,ar' wi boiuo den.-tcoiiKrossiuut Sunday trip to this bide of tho last weejt who wero strangers nnd and schoolmate of his. work done. onough to await tho word from honio. lll olllc,! "f Comity Attorney would iibtinl thought to be workers for Uncle Uncle Al Patton Is very sick at the obviate tho unpleasant duty of river. Sirs. Clyde Funk and wife visited Jiu'tie the lioultutluii. Mr. Foy Wilson who has been with Sam. .. homo of Clarence Patton. murdering tho Kulbcrf? subjecls as relutlvcs at Sunnydalo Friday night. Rev. Handy Wotorfirld, of Ada-burJ. II. Ambrose, Jr., has returned This l tho lime for patriotism, not well ns relieve lilni from tho em-f- XV. A. Morris, for three weokb re--t Gardens and"' crops aro looking, .will preach at Clear Run Unp- - homo from Akron, Ohio, whero ho Lad. Duo to tho cold politic, but It Is not uufalr to bnrrasslng necessity of u hurried turuiul homo Sunday. weather. jjr llLlJU ANNOUNCEMENTS. tPr-ontjtlv- r - ' an ! , J tr Sub-mnr- j ) I ZJ w J .V, ! I I i I - i J I m m - l? I cnllst-Provislon- al Al-je- (i ta .... .,.. -- t .l half-heart- ! Au-Igu- I , J es dls-Par- ty io , ' cr two-thir- - - , I j j N . "-- I was-cap- KiPi-tim- Sun-tiio- "' I c llli mill-a-ein- I al , or g, A, I V !. Im i' Tako your eggs to S. L. King & I Sam Davison, of narrcttB Pcrrf, Of nil tho prices you sco In tlio ' lost n crib containing nliont 30$j imiiLTH mcy win pay mo n.gnesi, in nusiicis or corn, by flro ono alght last ifr.1 iratlo or cash. week. The crib was located somo dls- V tn,,ro from "" ol,,cr ''""'""B id Uttlo Miss Alary Elizabeth Harris- -' t,,oro ,s no t,,c"r' ns to tho origin on, of Narrows, Is spending tho week! with tho family of her uncle, Judge- of tho fire. It. II. Wedding Judgo Slack ndjourncd court Bat- Ilobt. Mason Hon of I. S. Mason lIlrdny nnd wont to hi. Immnnt. nVnnJ. nnd Vernon Wheeler, soldier boys , bori)( but relurllC(, Wednesday to Mtntloncd at Spottslvllc arc at homellcar somo e(,ulty The Keds are a big, new, American family of joy-makicaRCB thnl ,,,, ot for a few days. been disposed of. No business of canvas rubber-sole- d shoes. They are easy I'orliap.s jou will want to remember in anno I)r. J. It. Plrtlc, E. G. Harass, John any public Importance is being done and comfortable to get along with and are liked T, Mooro nnd W. S. TInsIcy nrc down in court this week. way your Irioiid graduate Wo would suggest Unit wherever they go. at the mouth of "Grassy" llshlng and you (ioino to our store and we will cheerfully show Ohio county, young men who hnvo freezing this week. Buy Keds you ft substantial line of presents. Keds have good lines, give proper suprecently been passed for service In Mrs. Ilea Atkinson and dnughtcr of tho olllcers training corps at Ft. for Comfort port, are light weight and comfortable. Owensboro visited Mrs. Atkinson' Henjamln Hurrlbon are: Levi O. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Acton Column, Paradise; John P. Lalllngcr, " Keds arc shapely nnd attractive. Men's Buy Keds near Kosino last week. Evcrltt II. Likens, Heuver Dam" and A heautiful assortment of Kans.from the cheapare good looking women's are pretty and for Style Mrs. J. S. Dean nnd little son Leon- Sidney A. Williams, Hartford. graceful, and children's are wonderful est to lino Ivory stick fans. Prices from fiOe to ard of Horse Branch nro In Hart" play shoes. , 1.50. ford to visit relative and attend the Will pay .15 cents a pound for Commencement exercises. springers 1 to 1 fc lbs., 40 cents a The reputation of the largest rubber Buy Keds to 2 Ufa. Dr. W. Li. Lawlacc, candldnto for pound rbr springers t1 for Economy manufacturer in the world is back of each tho Republican nomination for Rep Hatched out since tho first of tho pair. Materials and workmanship the best. A splendid line of Silk Hose, in all the leading resentative, was here shaking hands year. Must bo freo from feed. Prices good until May 11th, 1917. with the. faithful Monday. spring shades, Flesh, White, Dine, Tan, INnk, J Muck The tops of Keds are made of a specially Buy Keds W. E. ELLIS & BRO. After spending several months woven, fine grade of canvas, and the in the "BLAJK CAT" quality. None like them for for Wear with his daughter Mrs. C. M. Fergsoles of leather. . At a State meeting of the Commondurability. From $1.00 to $1.50 pair. uson at Obion, Tenn., Uncle Hob Ilcr wealths Attorneys held In I'oulsvllle t is back In Hartford again. last weok to consider legal processes Mr. Itamey Duke, foreman of this to curb the food and fuel speculators Attorney Claude olllcc, with his wlfo spent Saturday Commonwealths Dig assortment of new Ties, in all the spring and Sunday with Mrs. Duke's father Smith of this district was appointed a member of the committee to Inshades, Bows, from 25c to $1.00. Mr. H. W. Stewart near Select. vestigate tho coal combines. HALF HOSE A largo variety in Silk Lisle, at Foil Uie Fly! Get our prices on Black and Galvanized Screen Wire. HOKS We have a lot of goose25c Pure silk, in "BLACK CAT" quality; in ACTON BIIOS., neck Hoes that will chop the weeds white, Palm Beach, Navy Blue, Blaok and Gray, at Hartford, Ky. and fgrass out of your crops. And JiOc pair. Undo Amos Shown an old and well wo aro selling them cheaper than known citizen of tho Beda neighbor- you cau buy them elsewhere. Price SHIItTS-Th- e leading spring patterns in tho hood died Tuesday of uremic pois- others, and then come 'to Us. "HALL MARK" brand, from $1.00 to $1.60. S. L. KINO & CO., ,' oning and was burled Wednesday. COLLARS In tho celobrated "ARROW" Hartford, Ky. Sight restored to the blind alufi most, by'our method of testing eyes. brand, laundried and soft, in the newest styles, at Jim 'WeWeVse'wh6 was formerly Guaranteed. J. B. TAPPAN, 15c each. Captaitr of Company H hero former 45U Jeweler & Optician, County Scho6I Superintendent and above articles would be a.Buitablo Any of tho LOST Oho combination K. of P. County "citipresent for any graduate, and tho prices are in Masonic Watch Charm, between my zen, but' recently In the 'internal re:u home and store. Finder pleaso re- venue service In Louisville, ha en. reach of tho most economic buyer. turn to "A. K. Carson and receivo listed, in- the 'officers training corps SEE US, and remember that it pays to trade nnd has "gone to Ft. Benjamin HarrlH v with a house that saves you money. 0B. t7-'ymMr. Gllmore Keown. son of Sheriff eon, i Kcown, who was recently made 1st X2TCOSUFOI5.A.OTBC Having purchased the Sergeant of Co. H Third Ky. N. G. restaurant heretofore run" by L. T. has enlisted In the olllcers training Riley, on Main street, I' will be glad" corps. to hnvi' my frlendR call. You "will Dr. II. S. Sanders, of Covington, dnd everything neat, plenty to at who was called to attend the funeral and courteous treatnlent always. of his sister, has Joined his family Remember the place near Star hero where they are visiting Mr and Theater.., J. A. TATE, " ? l Mrs. II. S. Carson. ' Hartford, Ky. Estill Burnett 1st Lieutenant and K. C. Napier of Scottsvlllo is visit- Willie Wakeland, Sergeant of ComJailer Midklff has six prisoners In ing his brother Rev 11. W Napier, pany II 3rd Ky. Regiment are here to the county bastlle. One of them Is &&&&&&&&& open a recruiting otlieo with head- - chnrged with housebreaking, two are this weok. MAY IH J ntlDAY charged with deserting dependnt Hlllsldo Plows. Oliver Chill nolnts Quariers ai or. a. is. uiiey s o.ucu. Lycurgus Reid, a 75 year old Con- fam lies, two are charged with bootand jointers for sale by W. E. EMis federate veteran of tho Civil War, legging whiskey and the other one, ST. Ij. It. It. TIME TABLK. & Brother. L., 11. Graduating presents galore Jew- has formally tendered to County judging Trom a volume of oaths we No. 113 duo at Elluiltch 8:32 p. m. No. 110 duo at EllmitcU 7:30 a.m. elry, Ivory Goods, Kodaks, Etc., nt Judge Wilson his services as clerk heard him let out a few nights ago, 45t2 of registration for the Selective Draft must hnvo been pretty heavily chargNo. 112 Lv. EllmitcU ... 3:40 p.m. Tappan's. The Central Coal & Iron Company ed with profanity. Irvlngton ... 6:35 p.m. Ar. Our old friend Thos7V.Johnsoii of Lv. Irvlngton ... C:C6 p.m. Sulphur Springs came into see us of Central City has bought the Cum- FiirmliiK Implements- We handle mlngs & Day coal mines near Dean-flel- d Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. Wednesday. and will operate them on a the Celebrated Vulcan Chilled and Started Regular Trips Between No. Lt. Louisville .. 8:35 a.m. Go to WTE". "Ellis &Bro. for Uluo Rlrd Plows, Corn Planters, Ar. Irvlngton ..10:0G a. m. Jones' Fertilizer tho kind that pro- larger scale than they aro at present i Disc Harrows, Cultivators, Mowing run. J Lt. Irvlngton ...10:40 a.m. duces results. p. m. w7"McKliiney of Beaver Dam Machines, Hay Rakes and various 1:04 Dr. J. Ar. EllmitcU Joo Wolf Tiuallfledan guardian of We also han-'d!- o was elected a member of t hoBoard of other furmlng tools. K. R. 11. TI.MK TABLE. M., 11. Willto Oliver, minor orphan of Frank tho Weber Wagon. Plow time WEDNESDAY. MAY 16. Kentucky State Den- Censors of tho Bouth Bound, No. 115 Oliver, deceased. will sodn be here, seo our line be8:46 a. m. tul Association nt the State mcclng Due at Hartford Thomas' Mltchelfof "the Mitchell of Kenucky dentists In Louisville last fore buying. Leaving I5eaver Dam at 7:00 a. m. and 3:30 p. in. North Bound, No. 114 I W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Bros. Marblo Works, Owensboro, was week. 5:55 p. m. Duo at Hartford Returning arriving at Beaver Dam at 10:30 a. m in town Thursday. (Both "Mixed Trains.) Bans Martin, candlduteTor County ; and 0:30 p. m. Georgo Barakut nd wife of Louis- Judge, spent Tuesday night with x Miss Eleanor Petty and Mr. J. L. SaMleo of Ent,t St. Louis. III., were ville, aro visiting relatives iu Ohio Frank Foreman at Narrows. How wo married at I o'clock Thursday after........AA4h.fcAAA&aA6464. County this week. J happened to know wa3 we overheard noon. Miss' Petty Is tho daughter of J W. Perry candldnto for tho P R TS fl f a 1 fvRVS talklg to nl8 w,fe 0M the tele Mrs. II. It. Wedding and is ono of 51 -- -publican nomination lor jailor, was j,umc . INCOKPORAEED VJ Hartford's mo3t popular young wom- fi in town yesteiday. Aftor a nunibor of years of suc- en. Mr, Sallpo holds a responsible) and SoGial Events, z Miss Sv" Jny, matron of tho City cessful touching col- portion with iT railroad company In In Kentucky Hospital at Owensboro, visited friends leges I'rof. Oscar Shults has rotlrod En t St. Louis wlioro tho young ' in narttoru inursuay. to his farm at Narrows and wllf ptuplo will mako their futuro home. V ill triat all alike Pleaso do not a graveyard. Well, an editor Is under Ed Cook, of Narows, Routo 1, has hcncotortli dovoto-h- is attention to Acton Bros, for Furniture reobligation to bellovo overythlng ho f agriculture. , Hartford citizens nro preparing to t.ko inceptions when our nv.iu ... ..t,t... 4.tit Antnn llrnn ' bout'ut tho morchautilo business un jour imu .." ,u c Acton at nundoe, contribute their share toward reduc- fuses to leuvo Iro without money cr seoa In a newspaper even If he knows -has plenty if loe lor M. Have horses for sale. Three good ing the high cost of living. M.oro than tlei.rt. Call at Ico plaut, or fill's It la a Ho, so wo went back to tho Jo,)n Kdiy, Lawyer. JornallJt, 1 iuIo. harness ono hundred- ncros within 'tho cor- .Milling Co., nnd purchase ticket ofrlco and looked, over tho papor again homo at work mures? Ono No. juiul Educator died at his mare, ono general utility horsu. Will porate limits of tho city arq or will looks, und ioiIiico tho high coit of and to our great disappointment wo Oil Stovo mndo Hawesvillo Wednesday. For the best Coal discovered tho Haitian revolution Call oy W. E. Ellis bo planted to vegetables. The town li ii K. ) Mls UnTco"Sh"ulTs closeii her school sell reasonable. seo Anton Bros. .1414 to was taking place ou the ::llis ice 'lo. Friday and has returned and ho will satisfy you In, quality, bus about lfiO vacant lots und ovory " . n. I'. Tuylor was In Loulsvlllu tho at Rockport oe continent of Africa. ' 44tf ono of them is being put to food prostylo nnd price. to licr llom at Karrows' Ural of" tho wook. " " ,m Poultry Halo Notice. !' ill ) ducing vegetables. Een back yards For thoTjcst Ico cream freozor on Rlai for Gai'dun Ilreaklng Seo'Eck Tho Ohio County Poultry Company CKNTEItTOWX. Lou Ralph, candldnto for sheriff, nro in some instances being used for STtf earth, at rock bottom prices, sco will receivo scaled bids for tho poul- and light lmullniT. ca.no In Monday for a days hnu!shnk-fh- g that purpoho. Mr. Louis Itowo is at homo from ACTON UROS. try pool at Heaven Dam, May 23 a( 1 Eluton wlloro Uo liaa bt,on atteudlng but utter discovering that tho Uost Rubber Roofing at Acton ov. UJrch Shields, of Reaver Dam. farmers wcro 4it homo shaking tho uenovory 10 no muuo at 8Cnooi Mrs. Fannlo Holbrook, died at tlio o'cjock. liros.. Hartford. Ky. ! I" Now Orleans attending tho clods he left town without leaving a resldenco of her son Sam Holbrook Ueaver Dam, Hartfonl and David Mr. John Igleheart, who has been Deputy State Revenue W II. Cray forwarding address. at Duford Wednesday and was bur- sons. employed In Goodrich Rubber fac ,8olhorn Uaptlst Convention. Agent, ...Hartford. L. TAVLOR. led at Mt. Carmel Thursday. Sutler of Shrevo s tho Mta B tory, at Akron, Ohio, ror somo time' Mrs. Elmer T.usley cu.d.dato for Ja.ier M. PIRTLE, ..v ..v Mr. R. T. Collins who travels for Holbrook was tho widow of Robert . Ciuiu ,UUV.si. ., .,u 'I'ii..b.!:iv. homo Monday. ui .win. nu...o ....w Committee. j tending Commencement exercises All cases of measles hero are get tho DuPont Powder Company with Holbrook, deceased, and thu step- -' McDowell of Dundee, JIIss Jennlo Hammocks,' Croquet Sets, Fishing headquarters ut Chicago Is hero for grandmother of Rowan Holbrook of: ting along well. Is reported to bo seriously ill. , Mrs. Holbrook professed Mt2 n visit with 1.1s family. Dick always Hartford. Hnrvo Condifs llttlo daughter Is Trouble In Haiti. Tackle, Sporting ISoods. tem Tho Hurt lord soldier boys nro cry sick with tonsilltls. receives a royal welcome when I.a icllglon when but u girl but did not j Wo noticed In tho papers Tuesday OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. uulto with the church until bho wa3 morning thexo was n revolution In porarily located at Spottsville. Corblt Kuott and WMio Reneer fur visits his "old homo town.'' Cnm liolnufnlii T tlin vitirnn 77 years old when sho Joined the Haiti. For soma tlmo wo had been Sunday night at' home. Mr. Alva Potty, a young mcrcimni u (s )(j t(jwn loMnR for feath. This Is Commencement week for DaptlFt church und was bnptlsed by looking for un opportunity to prove Ida Matthews spent' Saturday or Narrows, was In town Wclnesday. fur n(d contracllng for Hartford College and if wo do not Immersion. Sho was S years old at our prowess and patriotism without night ami Sunday with Miss Georglu (), C. F. GIlllBon, Coroner of Daviess of tho tho tlmo of her death. taking a cliuuco with tho German Rowe. county, was In Hartford yebterday. , ot,B'llownriI ,,ar- k- Taylor allll havo an extended account i . ovcut it Is becauso ut tho last momnubmarli.es und we thought now was In Hardlnsburg Juck Ucntou jmVo passed for tlw Otto Martin was Havu plenty or Ico on hand. Will our opportunity. So wo proceeded ent tho official who had promised to Marrlngo UcoiihO. Iho llrst of tho weok on legal busluess onCtla training camp in tho artillery furnish us un account of it fulled to deliver Ico horo In town, ut tho i; Wllllo Oliver, 18, McIIenry, to at onco to organize a company of ' joiiuh' Fertilizers tho old rolla- - branch. prleos: 100-lb- s Cue; do BO. Home Guards nnd march to Haiti. ! Leuor Eadens, IC, Reaver Dam. .. L'5e; less than bio brand for Kilo by W. E. Ellis After spending several weoks with D. K. Whlttlnghlll, 24, Kordsvillo, ebarued at Anxious to protect our editorial per-- j Sr lJro. Mr. J. C Riley Miss Mnudu Hadgopj Aftereirguglng tho Dlunkenshlp ri'to fiftc per 100. Where ou do not 6ou, not ou our own account but that to Mlttlo Plerco, 23, Fordsvlllo. Dan Espy, 23, McIIenry to Muy Farming Tools for sale. Seo W. returned to her homo at Owensboro and Chumley forces In tho norther). pureliabo books, will charge (ide pir Tlnsley mlKht havo another cl.nnco end of tho county tho latter part or j hundred; :10c DIMbs.. 70c rate lets to tool his wlfo with a fishing trip, lucrum, 20 McIIenry, PARKS, Ohio County Uottling Tuesday. II. Cody Stewart, 27, Fordsvlllo to One reason wo do not mention the loit wfeok caudldato HIco Condlt pass- - tlan "O.Jbs. Ple.ih kuep ticket 1ook, wo sent Lieutenant ltlll Midklff und ayor.8i .. . .. i. .......tra ,V imirn fuvtntn wlin P.'lllliX to ed through Hnrtford Monday on hU'cr (hnngo ready tor Ico mini us we i Corpora! Dan King on to recommit-- J Annie Cooper, 20, Fordsvlllo, -"- n.... Tuvlnr. of I'rO.llUS. iv" '" in"""" "' ciiininv and retuuicd tu.n (lus vew Is bocauso they dldjwiiy to attack them ou tho southern arc omg to sell lui btrietly on u(ur. In t; short tlmo theso scouts camoi J. L. Salleo, 25, East St. Louis, .... T .llllini in i IIIIT illllllllMW . .inin i...s. 'jjns np les to overyoue. 'back and ported Haiti as quiet as III., to Eleanor Petty, 21, Hartford. not como. 'front. Wonday I " T (.o. I GRADUATION r - PRESENTS FOR THE GIRLS The Keds Family Want to Know Your Folks ng i : HOSIERY : : i. FOR THE YOUNG MEN y KJS SOLD BY -- id - J. !. .w, former-'popularOhi- o - ! I 7gL335o e' Carson i Hartford, Ky. Hartford Republican. ftftftftftftftftfi$fi fi4ft Bjs ATTENTION Owensboro and Beaver Dam The Owensboro Interurban Line Ill ... Re-i,ll- m I OWENSBORO INTERU&BAN LINES & mil ' ' flol-owln- I j -- - 1 .. . ... .y -- - SLzHirJ f ' '!" 'Jill jj 5X5 'i? -i .- ?n 'Ji'AJftil'iaiaSBi ill II II II III III III IHI MIIIWHUPMmillWH IIIHS W MM Mili HJi I i 'if .hi. lj) i ll l l,rN I Thcso were to bo small nnd automatic ' and could be sent up In (locks of 3Iilk Fever. Milk fever Js a rather serious 'hundreds needing no aviator. Ifi.nliln Ll4fi trn.l.t ffiwu nil It Id aat.t At tho tlmo of the SpanlRh-Amcrl-- 1 Varment V.ttnrts During be ready to pasture during tho lail.,, mno ,jut wolWiroi,t ,lcav..ro. can War Edison ngaln refused to J'Un . 1,.,w Il lllllf Of JUnO. OoinltiR Scwiin. a.inmo , Ua help tho. United States by Inventions ' Sorghum will furnish a consldor-abl- o moro prevalent crop of food and food among grass-fe- d of destruction, but did lutroduco a A normnl ' amount of forago during the hot cows. shell to produce light and prevent an iihould bo crown in tho aggregate, crops I which means a diversity of crop pro- dr;- tlmo of summer when other The danger of milk nniong cows unnecessary wasto of gunnery. HOTEL drAMEmcAN IDEALS His objection to taking hitninn llfo duction and not specialization In a aro not growing well. If sown tho seems to bu greatest in lato summer May or tho first of Juno few crops. In other words, fiirmcrs latter half of or early fall, notably June, July, Au- - was shown when re refused to help a In I criidl fittfl Cnttti-ifi- i twit 'Flirt rnflmittitnn. ' commission of tho Stato of New York should grow tho samo staplo crops it should bo ready for pasturing In a city where cccd liottli weeks. j Abound, the Powhatan htiit the they havo always grown, hut six to eight f rtta in tho barn to work out a plan of datlon to that f list. ..... tiniin tinun Kiel trti1 n,i foodis dry put tho cow week boforo ' except to suggest a wny electrocution ,.o ", HUH m.i of adjusting with moro efficiency, in order that hay about a It It fint In the hearts ol lu countrymen. production may ho brought as near during tho grazing season on crops c comc frc8lu Thrc0 or four ltlV8 the electrodes on the prisoner to already ment onod may bo nnlshed Ho was tho maximum as possible. c(w m u mako death least painful. Following aro tho plans offered as by allowing then, to hog down corn tho only ono of twenty Inventors to ()f wth ft mUo decldo on tho electrocution machinsuggestions for tho agricultural effort nnd soy beans. These crops may he Anolhcr doso ,g aao ( flyo op ery who was not present when the in the stato for tho coming crop sea- grown together or In separa tc fie ds. hourg after t)io ca,f g A buck If grown in separate fields they son: Qf wafm wa(or Bhoud ,o n tho lirst life wns taken. Edison's- - lifelong nverslon to In1. City pcoplo should make their should bo arrange, so hat ho hogs mw twj or thmj tmca ft da ghc back yard and vacant lot gardens can nave iiio run ol uoin minis ui should not bo allowed to have cold venting weapons of war Is now ended. Ho knows that his country Is in prodtico as many vegetables as poss- same time, since tho two crops make water for somo time. The rowlutan "11 kIV.o', ex a better ration than either nlonc. peril; that democracy and clvilizar rttitnc, .inj r l'u' Its excelible. i Mlss-ou- r lent en IVnr.'fliamj Experimental results at tho tion aro In peril. Until America has J. Tho general farmer should not An Evccllent Feed. Acnuc, lSlli ami II btrccts Agricultural Experiment Station growing of won the war he will give every hour m.ikii it a ilrsirjMr heailiur-tri- s plungo this year Into the Soybean seed are vers rich in (or litiJal couple!, tovuitt truck crops, but should do his ut- show that, on forage, it required an crude protein and are extremely high of every working day to tho perfec- mrlic, conventions, Scliooli anil ,' .oliet. staples. The truck average of 3.18 pound of grain to In fat nml nrn lili-litlon of Instruments that will help most in producing illivnatnliln The Powhatan attract Ilic defeat tho country that Becks to do- former should work to his maximum produce one pound of pork. n com - Kecd, people ol cultuie ami cJ' cation. cxpcrImcnt8 havo shown Its Hiixin'ity to Stale, War ami mluau tho world. in tho production of vegetables for pared with 6.11 pounds, tho average ( Hoybcan spe(, mca, ,o bp Mmy Mavtr DciurtmenK ili to many 4 jioints of hitorlol interest, the market garden supply, and the irum iih iirj iul id'iiiiift uiuin tua' perlor to cottonseed meal for dairy inal.e tins Intel rrecially atMum-ISorciiCKs Ilcllcvexl. goneral farmer should see to it that ducted under similar conditions. This cows and only slightly inferior to tractive to a tliscrimitutinfc public. staple foods and foods (corn, wheat, would mean a saving of 38 per cent, cottonseed meal for fattening cattle. i Unusual work, bending and lifting The Powhatan offers room oats, hay soy beans, cow peas and in tho amount of grain fed. With Soybeans aro also an excellent feed or strenuous exercise Is n strain on with detached bith at tl.JO. J2.00 anj up Hoimj w'th livestock) aro produced in greater hogs worth 10 cents n pound the for horses, sheep, and pigs. It must tho muscles, they becomo sore and bath, J: SO. JJ.03 and up. average return per bushel of corn be understood however quanity than ever before that soybean Htlll, yo iiro crippled nnd In pain. Write for looilct uith mip, 3. Every farmer should have a good fed to hogs grazing on forago was meal is a highly concentrated nitro- Sloan's Liniment brings you quick CLD'FOKD M J lam homo garden which shall produce $1.84. With hogs at tho samo price genous feed nnd as such must be fed (relief, easy to apply, it penetrates vegetables for home use, for storage the average return per bushel of corn sparingly In about tho same ratio without rubbing and drives out the u -- " " nnd cannlg for winter's use, and a fed in dry lot was $1.10. These re- to other feeds as cottonseed meal is i soreness. A clear liquid, cleaner I8lniii.iii;riT.7r "'TT emergency sults emphasize the economy of feed-grathan mussy plasters or ointments, It surplus to be used in any fed. on pasture. does not stuln tho skin or clog tho that may arlso. m bo Special attention should 4. THE LADIES HOME JOURNAL, pores. Always have a bottlo handy filven to the farm poultry yard. The ltoillng Potatoes. THE SATURDAY EVENING POST for the pains aches of rheumatism, flock should bo housed better next We ought not to go on peeling and THE COUNTR.Y GENTLEMAN gout, lumbago, grippe, bruises, stiffwinter, so that hens may produce as wo havo been accustomed to wish to secure tbo spare time of a ness, bnckacho and all external pain. more eggs on less feed than ever be- do. The supply is short, and if they man or woman to act as local repre- At your druggist, 2Gc. 3 fore. A little bit of housing will arc to last out till new ones come sentative in Hartford nn'd vicinity, mean a great many more eggs. If they must be made the most of. looking after the renewals of their possible, add a few more pullets to And in order to do this, they many subscription in this section, 'the flock to bo kept over winter. Pro- should be cooked in their jackets. and introducing thcso publications duce infcrtllo eggs during the sumWhen cooked, tho skins can bo to new readers. Payment will be mer months. Preserve some in water scraped freo from every partlclo of made in salary and commission. Preglass for use next winter. potato, and nothing is wasted. Also, vious experience is desirable but not Years 5. The winter wheat crop Is,. go- the valuable mineral salts of the poessential. For details address, with ing to bo a short one. Every field tato, which lie just under the skin, references, Dox 654, THE CURTIS that can be harvested at near an aro not lost, as they nre when the PUBLISHING COMPANY. Independeven break In cost of production vegetable is peeled, and then boiled. ence Square, Philadelphia. I7t2 GUAJtANTEED SERVICE should be allowed to stand till har- In Ireland, where the cooking of poOno hundred per cont vest. At tho present price a field tatoes is well understood, they are Farm For Sale. Tftluo. Special work for W. that promises even n smart yield per never peeled before? cooking. A 160 aero iarm 4 miles east of O. W. acre should be left for the reaper. Steaming is really tho very best Hartford, on the border of the oil ' W. F. STEVENS, "Other fields should bo put in some method of cooking boiled fields. Good dwelling, barn and othR. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. other food or feed crop that will ma- method of cooking, for then there is er necessary outbuildings. Young Representing Continental ture within the season, such as corn, no chance of their being boiled all to orchard, strawberry bed i nd other The Woman's Tonic Marblo & Granite Co. peas, pieces and wasted that way. cow beans, buckwheat, j pleasing features. If I )nr j carry millet, sorghum, etc. Wc recommend , y If tho potatoes are peeled and boll-seat pike w.M bo near, especially corn, buckwheat, soy beans ed, save tho water in which they See, Sold Everywhere m or write Tlnsley & Barnett, or cow peas. Every farm should were cooked and use it for stock. Hartford, Ky., for further partlcu- r.a m grow a fow acres of soy beans for evcr throw it away, for In It will bo Jars "Woman bend and for food. a considerable amount of Ilavor and C. Farmers should save feed for nourishment. OAX WIZAKU EDISON next year's crop, regardless of high MEXACsV.' CUItB Tho old idea that potato water is prices. It is most essential to pro- poisonous has long ago been proved THE vide tho following: Can Thomas A. Ed iron ourb the quito mistaken. SEWING (a) All kinds of garden seeds. All military submarine menace? FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE MACttilNK Dissolved in water for douche atopr (b) Wheat. "B,tu "'"' l"u nu" auulu""ra "uw An.I OF Control Lico And Mites. pelvic catarrh, ulceration end inflam1. rt n1 illA C M AH A ail- (cj Soy bans nnd cow peas. r' IHU.S.CU luo uureilio 4 Tl,nrn Ic nntl.lno that Ic mnpn .lot. "" "" " QUALITY.) mation. Recommended by Lydia E. (d) Clovers, especially crimson les- - nnd theroforo tho United States, Pinkham Med. Co, for ten year. rimental to the health and growth of (farmers having crimson clover grow- young A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, chicks than to let parasites ,n,Xne Z lore throat and lore eye. Economical. ing now should be sure to save seed.) NOT Has rstnnnCouy rJuinng gain a foothold in your flock. If ydu Hbmarin3 prob ?,m, C!n, bo ,B0,vcd' r.d suminlsl 7. Livestock (cattle, hogs and then Germany SaisatoFs. 50f. I1 rfnjuau. or tniraU t SOLD notice them becoming listless, thelr j mJ. Tht rtitooToLW Coonmr. Doim. Klu. Bheep) should bo given careful attenI England nor franco has UNDER Nelth,er combs and wattles becoming pale In ANY tion. Tho suply Is far under tho norto meet this problem. Sub- been ., i U14UC3 iUOIIlh lal VUIUI iUU VUU JUUUf, i,i..t. i,i., y OTHER mal. Largo numbers of immature marines are more dangerous weight, I advise making an examina. NAME. animals, especially hogs, aro put on . iMlliMdv ove n es YuAns than ever before. They do not rise tlon of such birds and of EXPERIENCE tbo market today on acouut of high limmnt nml ennna tr conalso vnn your 'to the surfaco when they torpedo a If mn prices, and many good brood sows WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Only ono foot of tho perl- vessel that should bo kept on the farm aro They are scope Is above water If you purclianotlioNKW 1IOMK you will sold. Don't send pigs to market. If mites. Chicken mites are one of tho working most terrlblo havoc, and may havo a llfo asset nt the prlco you ).iy, and will unral nnctu fnnn.l In tlin nrtiillri t.ni..1 not havo an endless cdaln of rcjalrs. you havo not tho feed to mature them isolato Brltairt It not curbed. cell them to your neighbor who has. Tho growth of tho young chickens Now it is estimated that Edison, , TnADC MARH3 QuaL'ty depends upon the digestion Hues thW yoir should go to market who llas becn worltIng from eighteen DCSICN3 Mutilation of nourishing food. The iQ t 1 roiVPf3HT3 AC. Considered uourg a da ,3 per,ccl, weighing 200 pounds or over. t.- - i.r rtlor rnnr AnTnrn - 'una. to tho frn an 0,octrlcal (lovlco Umt ,10 ho,,C9 Don't sell a brood sow that will blood carries this nourishment it is the ' i. i. .v. .13 ra'i-a litter of pigs. A good sow arlous portions of hto body, and, as wl catch H0 BubmarIll0. lc thta Uc. long as mites live upon tho body of v,co ,g sllcccssfuI tll0 submarllu. wlU Cheapest v.ill produce a thousand to two tliou-- t t.te chick and remove tho blood as g(vo notlco of ,t) prcgonco nnrt rt,L,is. ii I pound of pork in a season. b t!e end Farmers should refrain from mnr-l.Ui- tuft as it is made, thoro is llttlo Up ,th whercall0llts to Watchor. on lo Knv. " growth. There Is great s)hort 81 fil culves. They should be devel- rhanre of far away Thftl tho lnvuntlon oped to maturity. Jersey bull calvea danger of mites, especially In tho ,B whrfl tho reahns of nobhibmty If you wantasowlDKinachlno, wrlto for warmer sections of tho country. All wU, entirely crcditablo to a our latest cataloguo bcloro you purchase, may be excopted. coops nnd poiclie should bo wloU ,1BB known tho Tha New Heme Ssiwii Mahir.3 Co.. Orange, Mass. . In our opinion, all kinda of food, feud and livestock will pay un- arly examined and brushed with n wiroOSB and whIcll knoWB Edison, Aertl(m to War. usually well. It Is theroforo. wo be- iolutlon of three to five parts of lieve, tho patriotic duty of ovory koroiouo mixed with ono part of, lfU, Amcrlca.8 rciatIons with carbolic acid or with some of mn ,)CCani0 Blralncd, Edison re- farmer to grow at least a normal products i fU8ed t0 work on weapons of war. aVsKJsWdsVBH HLusWnHsC f lI crop of iiucossltiutt rather than n tho rniiiiiiio commercial j I vsHrZlf 5i i f,Vjw is J i largo crop of any luxury. In other which you see advertised. averslon for inventing instru words, a largo crop of tobacco bhuulil ments of destruction was first ovl- LZi- II doncL'd In 1S95 during somo of tho CuHlralltiK rotntoci, A4C.' not bo grown at tho expense of fords dispute Everybody, farmer and city man, crlBls of tho Venezuelan mm le'L'ds, j ' leCALL PATTERNS is planting potatoes this year; the when there was an epidemic of Btig- ,.i. 9iin'iiiij mi .ciciii.u ,.ii .ijiir. k reliability nesrly 49 illicit Sold in nearly jrirs. clty man for homo consumption, tho gestlona regarding tho defense of Produto Poll; With Iaiv, Oiaiii. crery ell and town In tl e Unlttit Miitd am f Canada, or by null direct. Mora sold this I America in caso of war. farmer for tho market, Forago cropa umUe cheap pork, r anr other rrwlie. Send for tree cautarue. Mr. T. C. Merrlman, District Farm Somo years boforo Edison had they permit cutting tho grain McCALL'S MAGAZINE More lubscrilxri llun any othet fas! lot allowance to tho minimum. A sys- Agfiit nt Loulsvillo, publishes the worked with W. Scott Sims on tho million a month. Inalublr, I.at I perfection of a dlrlglblo Biibmarinu paurrns, urcttmakinir, miuinrry, tem of management which will furn- following to potato growi-ru- : scwlnff, rest siyiea.px)jfancy nccdlewoik, iMirdresiIng,a During tho pttst two yearn three torpedo boat operated by oloctrlclty, m stories, etc. Only CO cents ish forago through tho cntlro grazttkjuctte, as"--ies- .: e, double), free to rcocu trtnt smillf tlAW ing season should bo planned curly. very serious diseases havo made their but when approached by the 1 year (northtoday, or including atamplepattern. Tp yoatm srnd lor copy bubwritc t inn curly mont repregentattves ho refused to utitt IIU iwst In butlncts and Indo- namoly, leaf-roll- ,' ltyo and bluegrusR will furnish mmi NDEBFUL INnUCCMENTS t. to A Rents, l'ostal brings premium caUlogrur and put all his energies Tho Jatc- puhturo early in tho hpring and May dwarf aud tho uurcss klrt out of the rut; ret o:i the flita lloc Rttd I ana new casn prise uncia. can bo controlled by spraying ward tho perfection of the 'electric be lollowcd by alfalfa or clover. Horh BE UcCAU CO. Ki t Hi W. 17th St, ffEYT YUU crop with Bordeaux mixture, light. have bcon turned on to alfalfa At tbo the This torpedo boat was doslgned Missouri ('ollego of Agriculture us which Is inexpensive and easily up- and curloy- - principally by Sims, but was mado piled. Tho leaf-ro- ll III l53?u3 N H early as April 10, although it will and tha mnrt Interestlnif nil ustriil usually bo several weeks later boforf dwarf cannot bo controlled by spray- - j practical by Edison's electrical linit is ready. Clover will uhuully bo ing; tho only known method is that provoments. It was controlled byg 300 Arttdet 300 Picture eh ui wr ready fur pasture during the liiht half of field selection of tho seed at dig- -' electricity and could havo been new Mf" all for onljrlSrMiti. All the riU wireless. ni In electricity Unfortunately, this incth- -' veloped into nn elllclont lighting ma-otlmo. Intentions In llfck1 of May. autoiuoljilr ami neroplmes, la shopwork and subma-practlcof seed selection Is not genorally chino long boforo tho modern These crops mutt bo teeded tho lu iariuiu7, hiiu in iuuit.iut.--i j, I low to niW things t l.oine. by tho growers In this sec- -' rlno torpedoes wero mado practical, Succeed when everything elso fallt. raf eff ry year previous to thut lu which thoy pouitrjr tiouin. ' In nervous prostratiaM and Edison suggested other Ideas for month, liicluUinir refrJcnators. aro to be grazed. Perhaps tho bott tjon. furniture, outouioliile shop repairs, etc. weaknesse they aro thu suprcma It IS luliotIn pUin ijiflish far Tho "seed selection" for 1917 has tbo defense of tho United States. uti.'i.iui ...... spring sown forago is dwarf oax boys. remedy, m thousands havo teitiricd. U wrillea iau completed, but tho wnmlug is clarlng that electricity was Amerlcn'a It 13 Cent a Copy $1.50 a Year rape, or u mixture of rnpo nnd oats. FOR KlUNCYtLIVERAND wal-tlo- u Tlapo may bo hioded for hog paHtunt icnod for next year. Careful propara- - j croutebt ally, ho said streams of It from a newKleakr or write !!' .... f STOMACH TROJBf.,C .., charged with it could protect uny fiet Vupiilrreieiirioauiiy, mrounii of the soil; wiitclifulnohu for 'r as earl) an tlui ground cun ho workst li tit'. L.jiu.co. uvea ivla rnnr over a dtuggb 'a counter. ed at l ho ralo of !t poundK pur sore. dally dowdopoment of any dlsrorio aro turl from Invasion. also outlined a plan for a Edisou With a fav- -' 4Whcn the ficuson n favorable it will Measures of precaution. Farm Department !.. orablo srasou tho potato crop should bo large. , ! Hying torpedo boat which could drop boinlw on enpmy's ships or armies. M ' Professional Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HAUTFOKD, Will proft-Milo- mmmmm ICY. T practice his to UiO and adjoining couutb. ComiuorclaJ and Criminal Practice a Spvclnlty. 1 .... 0E.T AYLOR, C. I. 11 ' Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. ' iu DR. 0. E. HART SURGEON 1IKAVEU DAM, KY. VBLTELHINAHY Ofllre JnnieM Taylor's Livery lUrn. lor.-ili- lv . i v, sHBB&Vi1HiBHi9MiV9iVBHIjHiiH ' innui.mMHn jtvtoi! uuumwm tut cvunu twm, vr nu it-- pit-va- mi '" THAT ' KfUt tntnlol. tiiLniM ftk4H on rUoUUIlr. M HoOlf Ml 03-BO- B PmUiiI tiMnr TS PALlUntlKnHigliIjttQur j Ami ritln ToU to PAT C N nin-fA viMin in yri rmrtk. BUR FAB8INQ RircriCNCCO. rurf?M I'mflfatild bHI. Snvanth Btroat, ww9rtarw l n. u. z. (JnJ-- mmmm ,- -- I cs '..J. WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY M 4Q HkA1 l7.a7BiL OHIO MEDICAL CO. I TrulawH for WEAK LUN6S or CONSUMPTION A quick relief for thst tired, mo dawn feellax. coughs, pains In chest, nlfbt swests. heroo, rhacri, wesk luncs or coniumplloa. If il data aetktlp yeo il casts y lkll. 0 COLUMnil CARDUI FOR ONE MONTH o Locr poi eie I S ft J Inter-count- KJLLthe COUCH AND , Every Wants CURE the LUNGS WITH ...! 1 NEW IIU1 uoilio tier AKD ALL THROAT AN0 LUNG TROUBLES. FOrt f2"s mJL.l.ta liseewerj? . uZTXc I T i on mo:ji:yViUJUUBQia iiefunded. GUARANTliED SATISFACXOKXt 1 ..' HOME " " trr. J i 1.I"rr fiuii.t!i twir tobUin ilU4 0U, treJo uaiAx. Iri Tf.'-. I in ALU COUNTRIES. run an turrriviM Ho'Htzgtim iJut .n,1 M try eoiTTTflt-.i.- PnOCURCOANODCrCNDCD.nJ'n"l'1. eel. lilnnjemnt ic ly .U J r..' ' , ' i . o . mm Kjamm nsfWKwa PM.T V;A3ltirtCTOH, ti j f.t r.ir folud f t( irfaiet. Practice licluiUt'j. raUnt OSN I D. C rogul-goneratl- in Gor-cru- i ,,, Get on the Firing Line POPUUltffiCIlMICS AiAGAZINB ILLUSTRATIONS 300 ARTICLES-300 Govorn-appcaranc- NBe? za: Wil' Infoimed of tho World's Propress ..iifciiiuciiiiK, ii;iiaiuc una invcJiiiun. ioi iFathtrand San and All tho Family. It rtpDral kl)allHf.k.l1-nnnrf Vniint. MMinmlll'Mn.n Il l.lhl. t ..Alli.l..w.ln. In ll.ni...nJai M late-brigh- ht ioiow thmusliout lhowoii-Our tureiKH are roiutaiitlv ia tn-- r tttr tli !( !, MVX nn. I HIIVIVIUMIi ib ..!wnlrt. li.i. ....IIh.s lMl Is i W lt 1. PopularScience Monthiv mln. ,uiaimirm-ut.rtiin,itir.inrr,-lrtrtii- Vnalaur Mwhanlca (17 l'liefal for tho Ita nuj UlrUnhiilUnuirjiasntlilninsKillsliiiwtniiiiketUri. iIhkii Jiiwi Ic. IKkiI Kurnllurn, ito. IVmtulus lo Uuctiouslurt).oMutiU4ilc,(lniupi'riinilhiiortaiaii a.ua. mm.- - ... -tritn prit vrm uin.u o. r.ui.a,. citfi rm mr n9wt4ttt mt 4rii it vuribsi. iDt . .a, .. isa a... tl.aaatl u Lk Ue Shop Nolt DopartmwAt (CO 1'uhvm) tonulus K HIi4 ax.is.u JtaUiiiurDtiup It UrK at.n POVJ..... J J (Vf lut .t. ttlr. .irmnn ..... Q II- .i do-gln- d ' od ireiers j. POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE W. , ! .kl.ia.HIS nVW XUWa" W III llMUU I De-be- ' Yslt"ill' sJt.i f SCCUrod Or Your Mantl Tinr-l- r RM nroutrhon Trrlftla;. tbo OSIT f CSOOD mvouo.N.s iiiiisiis iSukok ruOimi Ky, atfucUi, i i in" mr 1 n- liTYT ajfifTirr." 'Wagons! Wagons! Wagons! Hcfore you buy you should oxumine our hand tnado fiirm wagons. They run lighter, are mado of ARMORED VESSELS How the .VOTERS Obligations WHO DO NOT VOTE. Great Steel Plates That Protect Them Are Made. TEST OF A' Th SEVERE SKILL. the very best material and last far longer than any machine made wagon you ean buy no matter what price you pay. We also do all kinds of Hlaeksmithing and Repairing, especially the hard jobs the other follow caH't do. Various Proeeitet That Produca the Conflicting Propartiea Naeatiary In Thaae Modern Projtctile Retlatlng Warship Jackets. make a specialty of Horseshoeing and earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Wo also Kespeetfully yours, 1 j : A. B. Row 6c Son j Centertown, Ky. u j J J Thirty-li- veart- experience in the shop. IIKHK IS A ,OOI I'L.U'U TO STOP KOK LITTLK JIO.V1IY' Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th &jTth Tlic Onl) Hold in IxjuWillle Opfintcd on the Awrrit-iii- i and Kumpciin I'luus. AMKKICA.V PLAN (With Meals) Itooin ullluiul f.ntli but uilh 75 KooniH.'. . . ..Fln:l'. J2.00 tdnglc, S.r.O CO Itoouis no Front Ilooti.iut:le. ::.00 rtnonif nltli 1'ihntc Hath: F.O Itoouis Hinsle, a. 00 xlriplf, 1! C CO KooniH Hut 11 ml Cold (tunning Witter. 2 2 per tiny: per ilay; per day, per day; per day; 2 2 people, J2.0U each people, 2.20 each people, 2.G0 each people, people, 2.7.1 each 2 3.00 each Kl'ROI'KA.V I'LAN (Without Meals) Itoouis without Until but with Hut 75 Koodih fl.00 per friURlc, 1.25 per 60 Kooms 1 60 per GO 'Frant Itootnp.tdnclo, Itooiu Kith I'rniiU- - llnth: CO Hooins fclnrle, t.SO per nIiiRle, 2.00 per E0 'Jtooms THE OLD INN, nail Colli Ituunlng Water. ilay; 2 people, $0.75 each day; 2 people. 1.00 each lay; 2 people, 1.23 each day; day; 2 2 people, people. 1.25 each 1.50 each Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. I.'uropcau I'i'itn Only. Kutiuic Without lliith, $1.0(1 mid up; Hihiiiim With Private Until, $I."U mill up Itest Hating I'luco In Tim it. Tho Louisville Hotel nuil the Old Inn are located in the wholesale walk to the retail district and theaters. district und only u IOl'ISVILI.K IIOTKI. AMI OLD INN COMPANY, Prop-,- . I m m m m m m Vaoderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sons into tho best type of citizens ami Christian gentlemen. Us pationago is widely scattered and comes from tho best homes in tho South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should be mado early. Place, your son in this select gioup of Ikoys. Write sa m m M S3 I IVITHEIMEY 3 m Sl BITTS Box A. . m 1 jg For' catalogue and information. , OTmwaiaiJ33aOT3inj ma i nmr 5zni GO& ,iAr 53235 a,. itin-aWj. No Combination c sni:Mn. i:i. n and jfc a 3 Vlmm'M n& All Far -r 52 UaUSJof HrciEYOUTt.3 COMPANION fTT The Youili's CcmpaBion faiKttt&tf'tirtdji. AJUHV 2!2 iff ren 52 I3SUE3 Tlie favorite family wrf.Iy of rttwita. Kt viiouiK. ui i'Jn'. a.ij li ti cut KO Shirt Vcr j. a the: --.iu! AticlJ iliuu.nn'.i I'umiy- ami bu 'vi.ons, i 13 .ndi2is.ue.ur ffasssmagazsss ? Si-ITHr V&aKh--Is.'. . Yf K5.Wri VV.'JiS .t'.fl - e A VX I'alUmfM... ' u! pn wa '1 u but JJ3 (' U I'ki.-.'y- rr P. U. rt urAlL'ir'Xf ktSu-nMi-ut.-itil-- ,ft"'i CO'PAfnON jor 52 .",',"',,,. ,..,. v nini:-0'- ri4i tht n'-- i VHt1 W'7 IIii.no CUfndar, ction-- n" tljwy rarl M in.fvo ivi! Ml dT hw vr: of anyljcwit "'"-'- " iri Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Pape, Boys' Page' steel Industry Is there greater opporGirls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of tunity for ciiglncerliiK und iiieelianlcal Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best feklll, coupled with metallurgical Icnowl-edgminds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone tlinn in the niicrutioiH of forsiii;; lniticnome. i nereis no age nil d rolling, followed ly the exact heat limit 10 enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free treatment essential to produce the utYouth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION most conHicting proitcrtics ncecxKiiry let us aeni! you Three Cuirrnt Ututi In modern armor. FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year The plate must be hard, class hard, general government, request. not 12. Wo I'uiiuot study the statistics of to resist penetration by heavy projec Those who subscrihv now, srnilinK $2 tiles moving at trcucudou.s velocities. IIhko votes without concluding that for Ihe 52 issues of THE COMPANION iMore Rood reading than you will for 1915, will receive The Companion yet tough and librous enough to take , what we need In this country above all Get in any of the monthly Home Calendar TREE. 'jp tho momentum without cracking or other things is an oltl fashioned revival magazines. Mcclinnlcilly. then, the of civic righteousness the thorough distortion. SUBSCRIPTIONS KECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE plate must linvo an extremely hard preaching of the go.sjKd of civic surface and u fibrous bucking. Tliee The power and the Influ- tiu: ILMtlTOItl) KEIMJ11MCAN AM) YOUTH'S COMPANION. BOTH nsiulrcmeut.s were attained in part by ence of a state iIcimmmI not on the maul-fol- d O.N'i: VKAK KOI. OXM sty the old compound armor. Molten steel laws on Its statute hooks or on the wui poured on to a wiought iron plate number of complex and experimental We Knock the Spots Out of Things and cooled. The slab was then re- theories that It tries, or yet on the omheated, forged and rolled to the re- - nipotent care of an expensive butllllrotl lllllll.llAlnil'l If flu. nni.nittmia I reaucracy, hut rather ou the earnest, A were successfully carried out the lino sustained, vigilant use of the instm of demarcation was scarcely visible. ou the faithful mentalities at hand and Iteecntiy n iiioiliUeatlon of this proc. , ohserviiueti of every olillgallou that Fifty-fiv- e typewriter. Leswas Introduced to cheapen mid Muds the eltir.eu to the commuulty, to ess sons explained, by Moving Iic-turender less tedious the production of the stale and to the country. Senator French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a armor. A lujer uf hunl steel was , f.orah lit Youth's Coiniauiou. mnchlne. Seven big DeSuperior Manner. poured Into u cooled mold, the uudcr- partments ifuorthand, BookBend ns your Garments and Have) hide quickly setting. On the still tluld keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, YAKUTS OF SIBERIA. Them or pasty surface a thick layer of soft ' Music, Primary Normal. ExHtcel was poured. By careful ntaulpu-- 1 pert teachers. Modern equiplutloii tuts union or the surfaces was Thes People Live In the Coldest ReCLEANED CLEA1N ment. Position assured. gion on Earth, ulmost ctimplete. and it' was ImpossiWrite for catalogue. ble to detect the break In composition The Yakuts, are the largest and most I'ackaees called for and delivered. ou viewing the fractured section. This cultured of ull the .primitive1 races of method of manufacture was undoubt- Siberia. They live In the great provTHE ELITE PRESSING CLUB Daviess- - Go. Bus. - College edly un InipKneiML'iit ou the old com ince of Yakutsk, a territory live times pound method. i, larger than that of Texas together A. Iv Xall, Irop. Incorporated t Tho Incrcnsing slzo, velocity and with all the New I'.ngliind stales. The OWKNSBORO. KT. modern armor piercing extreme norttierii part of their eouutry hardness of HAItTFORI), KKNTUCKY. projectiles have necessitated tho Intro- U the coldest region ou earth, the temduction of the modern armor. The perature lulling to SO and W) degrees process uf liiniiufiicture essentially below zero. Thete.the tjoil Is eternally consists In case hardening to u depth frozen for hundreds of feet below the Petro-MenLIV-VER-L- AX Relives Piles of about two Inches the. surface of surface; even at the height of bummer a homogeneous tough nickel chrome only a yard of unfrozen soil veneers No matter how stubborn the steel. Special air or self hardening the admixture of earth and Ice, afford case may bo Petro-Ment- a 'will nickel and moie complex steels are ' lug foothold for the gray tundra moss bring relict. A trial will convince used for lighter armor, gnu shields nud occasional patches of grass and you. For Sitilo by Ohio County and cast utmored structures. dwarf willow. Drug Co. Price 2.ric. The steel Is made In Siemens furTim natives live in yourtas or naces and carefully cast Into ingots huts and u few one story up to eighty tons In weight. These In. log cottages, as tlo the Kusslan gots are then slabbed under powerful; oIUcIuIb. For teu months the hydraulic presses (1S,(H0 tons) or roll- country Is a dreary, trackless sea of ed direct to the required dimensions, driven snow, with far lower temperadepending ou the power of the mills tures than the regions about tho north Peel right all the time Don't lay oft During the rolling ami south poies. Dining tlic brief sum- and appliance.-.- . ) from work for days by taking calomel operation, which lasts about uu hour. mer thaw of two mouths tho tundra keeps yort when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x the slab is icrcisctl and luverted to at-- 1 a.s the open country is called, is an on your feet, while relieving y our troubworking, and scale ' passable swnuip. uniformity ot' le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't Is removed by. wood fagots und wa-- 1 tiikfi nnvthintr else. You can't afford The Yakuts are tho mot numerous it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses ays. ter Jets. After lolling the platu is , tribe of eastern Slbeilu, numbering tern and relieves constipation. A natj usually qucnclied. iomo riO.tXK). and ale typical repre- $ ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura Tbe next operation Is that of case- - ' sentatlvcs of the culturu of tho jw bm in its effect and certain in results. It and In this two plates are ish tribes of central Asia. In slilto of will won't bo long before Lio- - ax V put face to face, separated by a liijerj their present Isolation from the other completely displace calomel in evcrj of the carburiicing reagent If it be brunches of tho Turkish race and their home, i Children can take it freely anj A- jlL PLlM solid, or if gaseous hydrocarbons bo probable mixture with Mongols and with perfect safety. Every bottle used the plates are (.lightly separated, others, the Yakuts tu the course of 50c and 1 in bottles. Nona A safe, old fashioned genuine without the likeness and signa to allow free passage for the harden- their inlgnitlous have preserved one of turo of L. K. Grigsby. I'or sale by ing gases, by bricks arranged in rows. the oldest and purest dialects of the remedy for worms. The plates are maintained at redness language spoken by the Kirghiz, the Ky. I. H. WILLIAMS. - Hartford Seventy-fir- e yevi continuIn a car furnace for three weeks aud Tartars and other Turkish peoples. ous use is the ben trib'monitl burdening carbon rU. Nicholas. withdrawn after the FBEY'S VERMIFUGE cm has iHMietrutcd to the required depth. St) " ooei you. The plates are thus and so Ke-Lottie slwirs ott fund. It Everybody Can Take Milk. I I wiQ hrln tt Ul'e ori tisMtv made capable of being hardened, but If n persou tells mo "I cannot take sfedbtli--,; they aru not yet actually hard. At this milk" 1 always say, "You can (fO I you c. i liottV it ytrit one ft t of if stage all holes are drilled and plugged, will lake It in a certain way." It Is a aud any bending 01 machining neces- question usually of taking it aright or in iLifACA Ifi Vre'S fc?dJ VCU ft but sary Is carried out. ' ik t(Qiiipt!v. of taking It like soup, with a spoon, I I From this point onward the treat- with a blto of some carboh.wlrato subE. & S. FRSY, ments differ. Some makers insist ou stance, BALTIMORE, MB. I or bread, between the heating ami tiueiichlng In oil or water Mps. I cracker do not think everybody must' to remove any coarse struct mc that milk, hut 1 think everybody can. may have been formed during the taku It. Or. C. Cabot In "A Layman's Handloug nuiieallug while carliiulziug. The book, of Medicine." is im:ai and Sov FAUM LANDS and City Residences next essential operation is that of .MAY JtK KATAIiLY ICMKKI) are now selling at a low cost burdening, and this Is usually carMount Geneviavu. ried out la one of two wiiys. I'ither but don't expect It to be so altlondortou, Ky , May 1 1. .Toffur-so- n From Mount fjonevjovo, a peak In ways. If you ever expect to own the plate is uniformly boated to the lUvl.s, 40 ytar old, in dead and hardening temperature and tiucnebcd Ollpln county. Colo., a icnou can see your farm or your home now Is by a herle.s of water Jets playing on the into live btutcs. Ou n clear day the Klchard, his Hon, was probubly fatho time to buy. can discern the Uintah moun- tally stabhod Into Saturday uight in upper surface with sutllelciit force to prevent the formation of Menui or by tains of eastern L'tah, the .Medicine a ll fight at Itaskett Station, WE HAVE several farms Haled In u process known as "differential How range or Wyoming, tho tips of tho a co.il minln Ohio county and they can be Jowu fieven miles east Itocklcs in New .Mexico und the princiquenching." by wtiic.li the cnrburlzed had for reasonable prices and pal peaks of Colorado. The plains of 'thi.s placo oa tho Heiulernon Nurfacu is heated to a tciapcrnttue liberal terms. If we do not from which It will harden urn! the itretehlug away to the ciut ire qulto route. have the particular farm you deLittle can be learned of tho trageunder side kept well below, au itttiiiuhig plainly vlslblu clo.tr Into Nebraska. dy, ns the asBalluu'i escaped nud IUch-ar- d u gradual fall in temperature from the Argonaut. sire wo will maUo efforts to ijot top to the bottom The whole platu Is It for you. Davis has been too weak from Dwarf Trcus. . then taiuicrsed In water, the hotter surthe loan of blood to Rive uu accurate Dwarf trees are suited in .small ear- 8tatom(,t face aloiie being hardened, while the His father was hhot IK YOU want to move to lUrtforJ iiiuy oecupy nine npuee, me bark Is toughened. Further mechanical where our children will have tho the neck aud died operations can bo carried out only by easily cared for. bear sooner Umn .twice throuKh advantage of h good high school are easily j stonily. Otllcers scoured tho county kinds, and they grmding or cutting with osyacctylene, notify us. We have houses and tls the plato has now undergone the shaped Into bushes and pyramids or all day Sunday, but no trace ot tho lots for u;ilo and believe you can treatment conferring maximum bald- cau be Uicd tu espalier forms, trulticd slayer could ho lound select one from our Hat to your on bulldltiKH, fences or trellli'S. ness, It is bollevfxl tlt) men became Inliking. In resume, It will he noted that there volved in a q.uarrul over n same of Afraid. ure three distinct operations in modern cards in which the elder Davis sought "Ves, I prop'Wd. but hbii wild I'd to assist his son. Tho younger Davis WS 1IAVF3 a eomforUblo nuiue In methods of manufacture the incchaui-c- i I working ot the plate to Hartford, modern Improvements the required bavo to ns! her tuothor llrst. was stabbed Inr tho loft 'chest and "Anil-VII.- I I . I'.niV" dimensions, the carhurlzatlon of the and a good garden in cultivaDavis is survivotl by his wife the nnth'ir uilifht ucl: surface, quenching the enrhurized "No: I ivaa tion for (xilo or rent, I'laco laud elKht children, tho Injured buy sal rf ace tu li.inicn it. TbCMi operations accept uit1." rents for V.O a mouth. bolng thtv oldest. Ho w.vt cmpluyetl call for exact manipulation, HUpcr as llrtiman ut tho IMttsburt: Coal vfclon und control, for I lie aliill of the Gr.idwal Procen. engineer and metallurgist may ho put SIib My dear, can't you iuhuoibj to Mlnlnit Compiiiiy and bore a Kood Call on or address to the M'veriwt Icsts, not of Ihe lalfinm ral.u iu a an tloat elottk? ,IIe Uy raputatlun. tory or the toting machine, but out In to Iwr.t'i y lKrc. Onrltad I'll lutve the "giny mists," when failure of a niUinj; Uu dttt.- - Italtlwore AniBrlt-.ir- t. Itliciitii.'itLsm. INSLEY BURNETT may inqicrll the safety ami counit - mi If you tiro troubliKl with chronic i..' i' hesion or Itui Jourj or muscular rheuiuatisiu Kilvti 's Runwa KMtoh. lto.il Ivtiate Agents, nal. "l?0ijds wu'ikiUr'liti.w 1 cot vay wife. Liniment a trial. Tlio reIt wj,H ij rutuiway watch. I rtn uway, Kentucky .palu which It alfnrds b One lh.it (fiufoiiuds stood ami evil is ttriiWut wu ufle'r iim." CumeH'i Jour- - lief -- ItmUc. ' an enemy lu ;ol. Kcpublicun Oiuce. alone worth mjiiiy tlrntni Us conl. auf. everywhere. oi Qotii I'Ucmcs. J e, ( i Only armored wur!liln could live In a naval battle with modem IiIr etui projectiles in use, mill hence the nink-iiiof arinor plate has hecoine a hclence. Tho maniifiietiiie of armor plate tins develojied cnnldcrahly lit recent years, und in no hraiiuh of tho of Cttfzenshlp That Ara Shamefully Neglected. It wouUl seem Hint If the, people were Breally concerned mer any mm thing nhovc nil others it would be In frnmliiK the constitution of their commonwealth their charter of gorcruiiicut, with which nit laws nucl Institutions are to j conform and the spirit and wlsdomVif wuicii enter tntu tlic moral tiucr or the community. The constitution llxca the rlsht.s of the whole icoplc, dellnes nud clrciiinHerihcH tliem, supposedly for ninny years ulieiid. No provision ehould ever he wrlttr-- Into a state or national constitution that is not of tmtllch-u- t worth anil of such K'Uenil application ns to mnke it In n large tneasiiru a fitndniuenlal and iterinaiieiit principle t of human conduct. , ' Hut an examination of the votes 01: ' the iidoptlou of slate constitutions, and cupeelnlly on the adoption of linpor- - t taut iiuieuilineiits to state constitutions, discloses the fact that Ics than one- third of tin; tuallliel voters of most j states signified their preferences In the mutter. The llgurrs reveal n shame- less and ludrfeuslhle betrayal by the citizen of Ills llrst duly to society, to his neighbor, to the state and to the 10 Great Serials Xfi." vt i..iitttp. ana acuon, lined with the mil ui me fire or fine inspiration and followod by 250 short stories of adventure, win maKc . ,. eYOUTTTS COMPANION r Better Than Ever in 1915 II ta 11 re Ladies' and Men's Garments I USE ndiiiin-Utrativ- e For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. " Mothers use 1m-tai- EreyS Turk-hardenin- XT ermiriKe C k- Vc--L- jcuar-antce- a. S3' Real m Estate! free-for-a- ii-u- ufi-ul- wtiotu.-'h'Hiilie- rs' Dham-berhtn- i m Hartford, be .." V -- ' "jar- the vast army serving In den's llhc: thenco with his lino N. 65 E. 24 poles to a beech aitl will to ;llor, oak; thenco SI E. S3 poles to a ind ustric, business In the hon,o and JJ beech, ash and whlto oak on tho BADS ODDLY STRUNG on tho noil original line, C. M. Cooper's lino; bank of Caney Creek; thnnco down "I ask that they Rive to tho limit thenco with his line S. 12 14 V. ICO the same as It riieanders to a syen-Liberty poles to a sycamore, gum and beech, oro nud gum; tlionco S. to three of their means by buyhiR Conbeginning corner. bonds, that money, which Is a funda J. Q. Mortons cornor on a branch; gums, tho acres, thence with his lino and up said taining Gl nioro or less. In war, shall bo at hand t Kdllor. mental need lly llio temporary j lntrtli wltli flu ninrtttflnra In Tnrl. Tract No. 2 Ilcglnnlng on a sweet A large number of tramps were In 1 ask them to rIvc to the limit of their t0,.s cornur. thence with his lino to gum In Dan Wilson's line; thenco In town this week but they were of tho tlmo tluit the Liberty bonds inay n. Hodden's corner; thence with his S. K. course G poles and 10 feet to they1 line to tho beginning containing 45 black oak and sassafras; thenco with harmlesH variety some peoplo call meet an early snip. I ask that tho Hypcwell road to a stone, Lllllo h. m -- mor. .ess In mind that this Is a service of bear dritnitnent. Coy yiid KIJlo Hayeraft's corner; use- , patriotism as lionnrabl and as (x,,cu() bo, w,, !lI)1)rovc(i 9CCurl-f- thoncu with the garden fence to n us that In any department of the tJ. immediately after sale, sassafras; thenco with Dan Wilson's If our fanners would rnlso nioro (liven under my hand this tho 16th lino to the beginning, containing mules and buy less "tin lizzies" the great army of Americans standing six acres more or less. '1of May, 1917. country would he more prosperous. for liberty and humanity." All of the above described laud Mr. MeAdoo will Mar. tomorrow. .vLtcr CommuIlVmcr. was conveyed to Lllllo Coy by David Cox used to nay that no for Chicago, where be will open his' Old Sunset Arnold by deed dated November 4, llarl,es & Smith. Attorneys. 11)12, of record In tho Ohio County man should he allowed to hold office speaking tour of the Centr.il Went In SAI.K Clerk's ollicu in deed book 42, page who was fit to do anything else, but the Interest of the Liberty Loan. It piAHTKU COM.MISSIOXKK'S stock of early. 340. then Old Sunset never lived in Ohio is likely he will also speak at ijt. The purchaser will be required to Ulilo Circuit Court Lniils nml Louisville In addition to county. . .. , ,, Hannah .Jones hAicttirit, II'WIiilllT . "ecniu " It ... iiiiiiieuiaiuij nuer auiu D ,,.,- cities already named. 111 IIVII VUIII.U ItO llll tMLI Tt.- ' 1. .. . ...... I ... .a II illlltt .Many uppiieiiiuins lm. n..- - lm.1 Jl ,, ,, .. j. )erLM1dant temporary iMiuor - oi ll.l imp-line The :ii'iiii iitir initi.i 1...3 M it l i; it . y ".J but Treasury ny ..Irli.r,. ..f II lll.linnnr nllHI "" .. .iniiiiin1 Jl .. vitiu ll.u 4UIII er lias a good many faults but hypoc- - Were received . .... one ui .1 I ... MM 1... ...,il.. I.. ...... II .,f in.- uiuv .......! ...! ...,i... ... tl. ti.lnl miii-- iiif ..,., ... (I... Dl.ln I'Ipnil'll l"n I Slay, OTTO C MAHTIN "- uiiiL'iuit iiruiiiivii hiu-ii- i mum. " n.wii,.i racy is iiii tuilll, iriiili'iiu n mi- i.u.' iv,..., 4 OtIS i wants to get on u whiz he does not Master Commissioner. ' 191T, in tlie above pause for the sum f.... t!..in J. M. Porter, Attorney. away In freezing weather to a hie of $0011.00, with Interest at the rate llshiug cump. Work hiirie. Harness horses. Snd- - r r. . mm hit from the At ... . ..' ........ ....-i- . .,...,,, -. iiflUUIIlVI.Ill! U t I l.i idle horses or any kind of Horse you L'Otti. day or .Noveniner, lai... uuui .'In all styles ,,., w V. Kill.. Hurt paid ami an comh nereiu, i win oner....... ,,...,,i ii Sni.i.i full: run nrniind. liave a Rood ' Ohio Circuit Court. r.V ..... .. uuetlon . . V. .... r ....... .... .....w ,il.. '"". nll(1 MC win 3niMi ji... ....v. .... for sale hy public nrlforil at the Court, . .u yuu nine uuii riir, n ou Monda.IHiinab Jones. Kxecutrlx. Simon is very 4.!t4 tIl, ,,,, 4,av or stay at home, work hard and get rich. qu,,ty ami price. tUm.t 1917, about 1 Jones, deceased, I'lalntlff, vs. who In the dickens want's to get upon a credit of sl and p. Hut . o'clock ... roMMSSH)XKK'S SALI twelve moiillis the followttig decrlb-- ! " n. Carter and Mrs. U. I). Carter. rich If he lias to stay at nonie an 01 Defendants. ed properl. the tlmo anil worK viriure 01 a juugmeni ana onier duplito One parrel or lot of ground .11M of Ohio Circuit Court. MoIK-urjKy.. and the 01 haio 01 me umo uircuu Louri, udjolniiig i rendered On account of the high cost of ink Allhii Clilnu. el al., IMiiintllTs, at tho May term, 191 1. In 'Mcl'lenri Coal Compaiiv, on the east will from to vs.' Notice or Sale. paper and clbowgrease nobody nvIIP begiiiiiiiig at a stone, John II (ilov- - the above cause for the sum of $850.-tcr- 's Dificle Klrtley Smith, ct al., Defend with Interest at tho rate of C per southeast corner; thence north1 be called Air. while the temporary) ants. !'"a fief to a stono ...1.. feel mmiiIi of.eeiu. ijit auiiuiu iroiu uiu 0111 uaj 01 .editor is in charge of this paper. . . ii.,i iv viri rpn ;i u h lumiimiiiiiri i.,..., ....r. Hiiimmr. i:io.i. inn., n.iin. nnn im.i cost action fiiIc. of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court. roli;,ny'j,' tvU thnnee east 10 C"M "f thl for sale and publicorauction I by It Is a pretty chlnchy crowd that rendered ar Its May term. 191". hi t .)(),, 'tl, ., stone' in the Talor Coal will offer ' styled action, for tin pur- - ,.omll.,llv-s("mf j, yi at the Court House door in Hartford. iino; ti will pick a cold snap to go a tishing ' the above ,UvlsI(,u ne I r,.,.t to a stone, thence nc nost' ,r west 10 poles j " Monday, tho 4th day of June, camp Just to save the cost of Ice for procl.wm " h,!,1,(' aml purpose pay- - , ,. the first pur17. about 1 o'clock p. 111.. upon a h. .p,,,,,,,,,,,, , beer- ling the cost of this action mid cost u fonws uv (.r,.s l0 (. HM- - credit of sl and twclvo months the ;' ... nle. I will ofler for sale by publie win an.l one acre to Kii:ii.ii,' Austin: ' following described property, t .a ii ti ...., (iniiiv . in rf'inr fii. ....... ... 111111 v .,,...,,, Things havu changed slueo Iletsey auction to the highest and best hidiKi J0 JtTO f) (. u, nrlggt one acre 10 Wl,..n llir lumnnnn UtllMJl "I 'OC (. Oliri I1UUM- uuui ill .......u.u, . lohn Addlngtou; une irn. m Inlni Ky., and lioiiiuleil as loliows: .llo.l 1, ll',lllll. .11,1 P.lltnr l I IIL'll I.' UI.U , ,.. . on Mond.i, .luui ..... ....,. I Heginning at three hickories and was tho Regular here a dozen . ears)41l.lf(t7 ()t rrKlll,,r Cou.it & water beech on tho south bank, of 1 ! ,7"r""' ago flshl ng parties went out as now. (.lirl ,n, at about tho hour of ,,,., or less, iiiineral re. rved ' Muddy Creek; thenco S. 102 pole to Every shoe in tlie biggchl value to but tho old crowd that went out then o'clock, p. in., upon a eiedlt of C unil '.j, 'rli,til ( work same. Se Deed corner stake iu 1'. Itoss' land; thence 12 months the following ricsrrlbetl f Uook ., .,., wagon now. u.r,.. east s:t poles 1 1 4 links to stone In 90f 1)r s,,.Cirl jie all on tho water be had for tlie prire ivt'dmrge. property,..... e of to nroduee the sums of money land or tlie tarm; tnence soutn b V: -. II...1....1.. A.. 1... K. i;5 poles to stono In end of land; nrgiiiiiuii; .11. inv V.....L J made. The Administration is in a quan of rirslir.iui Creek In a line of""' Lot I'ond Hun T, pulUlilMjr wi,i h( rtqUri, , thenee east 124 poles unci 10 V links . dary about sending Teddy to Kurop. . .ii. .. ... v. v ...Vi. " IiiiikI with nDtirovi'd MninlvM" " ui"' auu iwo waiur i.ticiiiw 111 . .. ... . r.c it ...I.I. I.I.. 1... .... -- ....1 i..i,nl "- - .V...v...iir "ne oirnii 01 i.h'k iiraiiciii inuui'ti uuwu 11 11 uon I scnu llllB 11 will .' Hccuseu wuii un u..- ")' r"." ' mraedlnlely after sale meanders .N 25 K. H poles K. 10 nolev said branch as It meanders to the ()f M. ,f,j. TM9 u.t, (, of playing politics and il It does and j!N. 5 14 poles N. 70 E. .... poles. N. .19 h. lower corner of the Weaver Harries OHO C . MAHT1.V , Teddy gets v K. Unole.s tract; thence with his line N 00 'w .i t. it i ommissioinr straight ti this Ms . Tav..rh1. Attornej line 50 poles to a black oak and two (when reduied to a H N 10 K. GS poles) j hickories; thence north lt'.O poles to Tho farmers are busy and visitors line runs about pouv to a ueecn. 1 ""'! hate-bee' scarco around this ofticelNm.imtmii coMMisicioviHW mi.i a hickory and sweet gum on the bank r.v . (! poles 10 a wnno oah aim lot Mudd creek; thence with Muddy this week. Cal ICeonn came In onee N. 'creek to the beginning, containing small asn; inenceiN. ..u w i'm. poies Ohio Circuit Court. .and Doc Klluy came in a time or two, to h hickory hi Morrison', line; 'abotit 179 acres. Ileipg same laud, C. Wayno Leach, I'lalutifl, 1and Walk (Colin camo in every 11101 part of which was inherited by lira' thence with said line K. 200 poles to vs. Notice or sale. 2 white oaks, 2 beeches and Ing to sweep out the nl'lco. parties herein from parents and Iteul.ih C. LkicIi, el al., Deletidants. other part acquired b deed bearing nut, originally called for. only one Hv virtue of a judgment and or- ii, 1908, trom Itiehard thenui beech now .stands, ... ..,, S. t99 poles der of a sale of the Ohio Circuit Mate April ine temporary r.uiior nas umii'i , , n . v.. ". t,nunr m as shown h deed of Itoss rendered at i s Ma term. , recordand wife, hook No. tt... pago ,V 142 poles to the beginning, con- - 19""l in ll.e above styled au.oii for in drnil 1 ,, We haven't examined taining HI 7. 75 acres. candidates. :iOT. Ohio County Clerk's Court -at lartlihf parpos. of a ale and ilii.-ioiSecond tract Qualifies otlice the hooks hut wo euoss the reason' .11111 01 , tne proceeds ine oanieiu o a drain 01 ; The purchaser will be required they all stear clear of this otlice is' ' K- oai is nwr tlie lead thence W IJ- "J, Kirtlej s line, l" i wtb sale I, public, execute bond tlfu.r approved security sale. I will that they haven't paid their printing, all ., u,fc , basis a lare hooch ,, ou ' ' ',eV i,,',1l ,l"iV ' ' bills. Iteally. too, Mrs. Mason paid us b;ltli5 , K. oU he.l or I'ond Ituu 1u,tchrJ, '" will he relaincd as additional socurity House d. is a very pleasant visit but of course Creek In B.own's line thence N with !' 1?I7 Thu 11!h (, (lf y n "' Hno GSlfc poles to a stone; , "'" OTTO ('' MAKTIN- women always pay their bills prompt- thence, K HJi.SJ! poles to Klrtley's j JJ1' Master Commissioner. ' ll:l poles ' Tau'r- - Attorney S. "": thence,....1 with said line 10llinnr... "Clock d, 111.. mB,b" il Credit r . .,.,,,11 I.IM..i-ltvmifj kivv. III i nillll) MU tll a Bill Miilkiff butchered shoal W. 1H IS poles to u white oak: nionthb the following described prop AIASTKI! COMMISSIONHK'K SAI.K. i icsday, Tho butchering of a she j ll.01.cjj J 49 pole to the beginning. , )f lan(, lylnR an at 110 w is u Ohio Circuit Court. .item. j win be required to " 01.lo County. Ky.. and bounded as nr J. H .Maxwell, ut al . IMaiiitifT. .1 i execute bond with annroved security I vs. Salo. " "' Kuphemhi Notice of ct :u . Duf uduiit An excui-- i citizen came into u.u ' i,Umediatol alter salo and a lien will , ';"- (u-- . ' """ '" Simons, v (fI,"',1,'tt ri,"k: beginning al a maple Couiuioaw-itth'- s Attomev; oTee one i' he rotaii.cd as additional security. of Judgment and order Tiilor j line, thenco with ofAy vlrturotho a Ohio Circuit Court c .ay this wewcundasitedth a felony, sale ot K- 1:l5 P""1" l Tlwer miiitin Btoi.o. :" nargo ho lidRcil again.t t c .1 ' :"i?ucft N. 72 ,Jt am..Jvw poles to a stone. rendered at its may term lf17. In Hie aiiovo st,)!ud action, tor the purpose l.ii-.l- l ." l 1.1.. IU1.3 lil .. i.OIIU UI.ll.l'l gentlem:'.!) for purloining a quart uf tuuice h. 7r...- - 01 a saio and division of the po- whiskey. The.atlorney advised Hint ,, vvrii '",'" jc.'di nm! for tho purpose of paying iho value or it qua, of lil.out .' of Wsj iirrw. liclw ill., saum (ho costwill this action .tad cost of ,,, d C()Ilvuyi,,i by Acunth.i-- . A Taylor .ale i Ohio t rcuit Lourt. h public ofter for not suflicioiil to conslltuti.-- n ohargoj er al., I l.Uiuiflh. l of felony, but the oxcit d citlen la- -i awl Kril TJlor t A s L.ath by auction to Iho highest azi.i l'st hidr ,1,,"i "f recor" ,laU'11 M"r-'- " " W" a. r ut !,.o Court House door in Ilirt- - I S sibted (he 1'ro.sec.itini; uthrer had n"'"' n l'.V lVllf and recorded in .... ... County ..Clerk's lord, Ohio County. Ky , on Monday, ... .... Olio ... iinitii .nmiu .1.; pax. llUcr UIMIliI any nf U.lliCaM r J OJit lntrt.r. n..f.nrt!.nt!;. ....-Jpi.e I. 1917. (it bolng regular! v. ........... iii oi Quality whlKkey .vud did not ki ow l!y vlrmru of u judginunt and order j iii.. act No. 'i - niginnlu? al a County Court day) at about tho hour j.r ' o quatt oC it, ejpicLUiy olf salo o.'.t'a.. Ohiu Circuit Court, j j, the valup Mlller'rt liiii . then co with or oruj o cluck p 13 . upon a credit of at Ut Mai trni. 111.. In I ........ v-ic c,-- - vcu. ,....,.,.... i,.,,i. siA inoat.i.i thn follow'Iug dedcribed in a r'toiiih.tioii l.j.vn . tho nhove styled action, tor the lutr-- 1 ,,,,..,.. .,..,, '.. ..:..,. s. .. ... 12K1A property, Ipoo'piyii.feae JiidKm.mt:.iI.wt . 0,..u lo . ,.,.... ,,a, cjr,lL. ... ,, , tract of land situated in Ohio! ..... jour .in. n;. ... .1 ... uvor .. . . ... 7 J! I.... .,.:.. vt i..i. n iiui'ueu i:i i.vnjuiiJiS - uv iieiiuun o' il. ,.....! i ,n jf)r Hjt,,tf , s,9 . , 57 nillliS County. ICy . .uid bounded a follows. m "' at wluto oak on tho Its I l'" ",l" will. II. f. Taylor's hue to Sorrels' I'loK points cround or. short no- - ",r ",u H u"u polei to M n'a"""'1 "'""" wl-,curie r; tu moo N 2 . !;. .'. . tlco by power driva toM, All kinds , ... :. i.uor ot wood ffnrkln.-- u.l utacfrwalihl.,8 "saiij oo'rT, tVyf sum of ., , , nv I( j, TUylor ,; j to A 15 " 'ui iJ- - Poles to a biafk 0.1 It and a 8 do no to you." s'ltUfautlon. Survlcu i Trisior Hc.Ui i, . j a iroin .i.iuua.y i p,.,, ,,y (t,(j ,m,j Ortul.er 1. U 1 1. ' "", ,uU ,n Ul,n ib.ixi wiu. inier-i.1-lino; 'M unoic';llotl "' '";" "' " "lor r.cord iu the Ohio County Clerk'd '"''"ce won sa:u um ,.u ihhi io a ' J""'-- ' GH.LESl'IB B.IOS.. ! ""B,,y m tf'0;1"'' l'J ,h .0- '"'" H10 ' "U. .. 111 deed hiiol; 4.,. , tnU and ironwood. thnr0 N.f',1 . ,. . ... ., ',A SI Mi.r.Il.rU, 1J. . Mt ..ll In I.IVnr il. furl her Minn 1. ...l.vi 1,. niirirnn.l. tlia.ir-H. Hedden. a.ei r.ir iho purpese ot ,)XCl,u 'Ml)r ,,iUl. straight line Kit pol.n to tho hpjjlu-'- d " ,IUUl, ,;Mll high-grad- e upiow! t" contnln !i)U acres. 11 jpai.ng the Co.,! ... tl.w .Ktiou .iud anu iler wm je rtt.iinwl as further j 'to V.miN T f0''1 "' Sill,, ' ,''1'1 . raoro or lus.s, and ''"" ,tt' ',v thecurlty it hems same laudlM IH'I.l' IOU' .public aiicilt.ii to the lwUictit ard i '(i,!,n,OTl.r in mv i.n- - im. ih.. tr.ti. convont by Ja-i- . II Whlltinghlll to 3 .THiae-- i SV. (Irani by deed dated Jau-.- J hail bidder at tho Court Houtie aoor, d,. or M, . .017 Wnsliingtoa, May If.. A woman' , m Hattford, Ohm 1 ouiiiy. tly.. ;n j uur ir,, OTTO C K IITIN by ruitulrcd to liberty loan committed form- - Alouduy, June 1, 11117, (it huluc io,t- -' T''o purchaser fil-- l Master (01. mlonor for exicutu bond with upnrorH security Ld, Secietary T.I cA dim anuomicid to- - ",rtf t'oinitv Coiui dnyl . ,u alu.ut the t' j M p0.tCr, Atlor-.-y- . upon .1 111., one immediately alter sal night to c.,.opia.o with theCmcrn- - hour of ,. oclnrk. ' , , ,. U of , , t- This tho tilth day of May. 1017. meat In placing the Vi OOO.OOO.UOfi U),iug ,j,.CI-ib.proiiorty. OTTO C. MARTIN. Will you liberty loan by ealUtinu tlio actlvi- -' A tr.ut 01 laud 011 Adams Kuril of opporIiltU Maater Comnilssiouor. unio tireult Court. l" Chlo County. Kv . "'Kli John II. Wilson, Attorney tle.s of wonii-and womeirsorB.uilr.il-- 1 and known as tne tsuc W. and Iti- - I Hank ol Catioyvllie. I'lalntlff, o lions tlinml iho VJ.. Noco f &lll. a m He(UU,n Ufm (irf T. It. VKT.MAV l.KAH in vudoiu snetions of Ton womi-15,, ,lcrM lnorf, , .(.M Allen Coy, ot al.. Hoteniiiiiil. l0H, TIUHll'S IN tjio couutr, iictUo in women's oigun- - Dyed Book No. I, page ;UV, Ohio i By vlrturo of a Judifin. in and order Tallies ? County Clerk's olllce. ami uIm. doeiliof salo of the Ohio I'lnuil Couit, isiiiiiiiiK. um on th.. Tau,if.,,,"UTH1 nt ".H.Mu. U'rm' VM5.,li! Washington, May 17. -- Tho wur,' Vr,rto.u n.,Ml .l'-Nntlonul Mielotlm Iu which wom.m f,0,.,:.',u- w"( . page the above stled aeon, against V ' ariliy u .., will become lnw.g hold liiemhcrsliip will loriu uu .uihlf- - t0 ssilO. cxcfiitiiiK out of mid lind tho deiondanl. for tho sum of $1S2.00 ory comuiitlt.e to the Loan ltl",lolIow!tig bouiuiaiv, sold and con-- . with intnrcht tlicrccni at tho rate of, within tint next row das and be foro W. C, ilntiln f, p.r win per annum from thn 24th tho end of tho week tho comprehen-- . K The woiiiiin'3 National Dufnufo Com-- voyed by the ilecusi-lto ,s. a rarton. on httmmir m, iua 01 eeiHiuirj. iino, .umii jwm. st0 plans of tho War Im to lulttcoalso ' mi) lli niiil nml tin. n..ii 1' ua 0 iltl.i .mlii SwruUiry MeAdoo. has uUdrowcu tli "?,? , , ..... ... .,'?'", ,1";,"'f"'. ZZ, 'ZZ I ,tor 'B a force to Jiglu Herniany . .. w i'omiiv ' iiBii ui'l ... " in ji hu in motion t fOlIuwIiiR appeal tu woman of inun-- i ...... .11111 ....,,.'. nu.i i,.--1b hh lllll illlll i alllll. lBaani'Wwaa4 t i.i.i.ia.. ,.t n... lirill .1 I III lll'l . IV n.. m.-i.pa: Conferees of BonUto and Houso cSKSIffiaBWSSKaaSSSaEaryfiSKMra Vl .ihourr N. 7T. iiulue ion munu: thein-- Court Ilouu door In il.irtroril, Ohio wuaxswm "'l'horo liaa hwn no crifcln In tho N l0 W 'i polio t.. n utoiie; thenuD 'C'oiuitj, Ky., ou Monday, June i '.'i, agreed upon tho hill today, deehllni;, -. Ji..M01M- " -W. r.i ,oum m a Mono on a 131.7 (it bIntf Mm rrgiiHi County it0 rPUlii, the Soualo umemlmoiil und-r- i' , history or inanhind when women havo N' "'"''lol, Cl. Koonove.t may ho ' a Uw Al.ln tho Aumiul-tratuM IU "erAu"'" not rondod of "i'm fton ..... Jhe proved increuo of . ' ,.. I H(I . . ..... . t .1 . . .. . . . r.llc.t Tint. - fir. I Ihil.l .,...,. ..........,,lrt .mv u..lii.iw Ill i i .. ,. n.Mr.ii i,.m. ...i.l ' . ,....!.. ..-- , --" , oMAiKiui.i couHcrintiiiii . i.nu.ius, nm iloiiiiniui; llllllll -- t.un.n f.ll.w.lilr... n.r, iii an win ami emi in i:iu lorns hi a "uu .ui. ' ilivisionn or tnliinivy ror cervico vlitlou to tho folncllvo draft pln, it doir.iihod proporty, ivomon, w liivo iietti aHWd tu Kivo hVanc, .Morton's line; up .lour r mm au uiTort to r Ine Ul Or parrels of land ly- - ju Franco. -. Two lnets t.diiuh with IU in.fii.lar .Morit The report will he taken in Keiierally holieu'd the our wine to ft wur that u.in only end !riKr..il .Seiiito ..r, W"y M'Vi'U l.io Cmmty. Ky . honndod , , ,,y lho Uomii ,M)ba), " U;:c' ? fl,,K'"; M, toniorroW( In panwn manhfnd. Tlioj Hru vn !" tlu, mmtat0.l( 1!'M? loli W(J aRllclpit.-' (ontalrime aerw .,... ,, .....,4.-... - - .;.'vtn.T fro,., in.,.,-- - ..,.,,,. .Jfolliul'CKlni.InK .,m llulfH ,. (1xoL.,te,t - i - ,ulw wm... 11,..-...... ...w - i.v Kiirvrfiv " "! 1111 rriii'j r.,1. i. liLirinitui ij i.iiii.i.ii unni ..,,... i.. IHoliix 11 iiiruui ' Ufi KIHal l,rt follrWod 'lulckly hy final action In amondinont In it pntr lhp service of the win Id """" HIl'IOl" It ....... Tl.... Mil na ,, fr... ... .... Alo Wia fulloulni: f4ihoiiridary joI.I uum a division lino hot woon ....,. ...... luuii.irr tun... j ..im (liibr' . .i .. . I Ii.'i M him. i..iiUiivi .i.tnl.l .. .. l.,.ui . .. . t..wl.. ..i-- ..) tt i. til tit iv fliu lkvril lu.iiiiim i.ri atwi w..,OJW.. liv i,,4.7 mw ii.ivuI . . f llrt n.i ft ritlM I.l II I'm" llirit(vf ri ,v tin i mil "j t ui" "j" aiaiiua juwunj nutiiu aiuiiiriAi. IKH I'l UUICft lllir ninrilu fc,, i im ' "' " ". l'ooln on April 'S W. to two whlto o.ila, mid niwpffct i ' oni' Coiifire the lilll must j;o to ' qulro the reoruitliiK of a volunteer Aiiiwlnii fj aid thulr coimlry l.y ... ' ' 0 j U of for Borxluo in franco. I..S M ?K L1?0UIU" . "i, ti CJin ,, wiuilou-- the cMusa wuM bo abnBt Muxny vnluu to Ihu fJoveniinent, to old Senatom ai-ditatMIed so.ath ar tin. i.prmt; In.a UiJ, theiu-- j np Hamu m 11 nii:der s.f iK'bWcnl WIUou bvforu tir,jj to eltt g Y KS a m i- VI ' ul Saving! Can be made by buying your shoes A BIG Our 1 lo-ua- - I i' ll- I i - - .. Men's Oxfords and Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords and Pumps 1 - . . ir h-i- - I .:.;"" the wanted and materials . 111 . to-wi- t: , 0. . .i, complete and exceedingly large. Already we have notices of advances of 25 50c per pair. That means cates cost you 25 50c per pair more. ' b rr ", '!' . your ANTICIPATE our wants .,,.,.,.,,. n. - to-wi- t: chases and save the difference. 11 1 tf ,0" nf TluJ NO TRASH in Our SHOE STOCK i i,jon .,,',. 1 4 ii "' King Quality Shoes For Men For Women , I - J Queen Quality Shoes For the Children 1- , 11 , Billiken Shoes ! i - ,- l"' ,,,l ! ,.,.,, ., Style, Wearing '' lW .m n'. '";" r", Zr "Zli?L I 1 (, and the Price. Are on an equal the value you pay for the value you get. I r-- ne, ''pun,,';.',; "f to-w- lf .,vs; - Good shoes are high in price cheap shoes are much higher than good ones. ... 4"I:,.ui,i, .k I 5-- & , wi-k- ey siu; '" . J !',,. .. I it satisfied with the service you get for your money. In cheap shoes the quality is ail taken shoes JN OUR up and we keep quality you will the be i,- t" .. 5t.,i.::i .;'..' -- ',, nr '""' I.-- , out and yoni practically get nothing tor your money. ', iq u ,;,', " - ., -- I,I,I-:,1,- , ,, l''r J Be wise in selecting 11 'u''' ! i I1.1-- . l..-e- l summer. shoespay the price, and the saving the end will more than recompense you the larger immediate outlay. favor us with an YO'UR SHOES for spring and Buy I , to-wi- t: rfTTuZZTZ ,.,,... t'I ,. tunity to sky your mt sboe ! . " (- 'I'-ild- li'y 1 , i 1 t. E, P. Barnes & Bro, Beaver m , '...! 1 4 - 0m, Ky. i ,, ciM.l-t.-u- """ . ,t , '- SHb WrAlS.'iw th-n- eo 11 t: ,j ,u,ui. I're-hlw- op.!l. ".. r.vwttM,m ,; mii'lnMatWM: 1 .,., . ' ,,'. . ..'.'.' 'cift ,,.,, "'"" ...-...- -- i I . ":' lnet , r -- tHShffi! 1 "'f "" '" k.iii k 'f'i-'t-