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U-BOAT HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1917, "LIPS THAT TOUCH WINE SHALL NEVER TOUCH MINE!" ft h u in Si L 1'alletl To Carry Out Foreign Policy Cromwell Lodge, No. !:.', F. & A. j' And Other Democratic tM at its regular meeting on last' Deforms. s ) ISatunluy night, conferred the F, 0. dogree, after which good old fashion ed eats were served. Informal in London, .May 23. A Central News vilatioiis bad been sent out. to neighboring Lodges, from which there dispatch from Amsterdam says that of which were a number in attendance. Those the Hungarian cabinet Count Tiszp was Premier, has reattending Irom Hartford, were, signed. ' Messent C. M.'Tirowo, A. I). Kirk, Count Tisza, tho "Iron Man," of Otto C. Martin, H. K. Duke, D. H. Austria-Hungarhas hcen for many Kills, Geo. I. Jouep, .lames Nance, years the leader of the S. K. Dennett, Albert Dial, W. f. Dliiiikensbip, C. O. Hunter and Mar- party in the Dual Monarchy and wan vin Drurd. Cromwell Masons are 011 tbo last survivor of tho little group of to their job when It comes to enter statesmen who surrounded Emperor Francis Joseph when tho European taining and the Doys report that war began. On tho accession of general good thnu wits had. Emperor Charles the majority of tho : officials of the previous regime wero either dismissed r resigned. Thero NEGRO IS M0BBE- 0- . have been persistent reports from NEW REGIMENTS OF ::' ::.'!' many sources that Emperor Charlei . til nilUllltll IU . WM ........ ...... ..,..-.- . BURNED AT STAKE keenly resented the dominance of wern carried by newspaper men to ". n Derlin in : NATIONAL GUARD, AIM , affairs, : the naval otticer toferrrd to above he nnd that Count Tisza wns tho ono Evans in Baltimore American. .admitted having ricelved earlier and' MKMTS TUAJIO KNU A'IHAM)H great obstacle which prevented him .lmlllur reports, and said that thcy rrnm freeing his empire from the inOK TK.N'X., Moil FOR GIRLS were being acted upon. ARTILLERY, ENGINEERS, SIGNAL fluence of Potsdam. apMniDER. Tho NiippoM-- submarine, which HABTFOPD COLLEGE'S troop ami oavalky 25TH COMMENCEMENT iik Thero have been several reports ' organized. to be about 00 feet in length, peared recently that tho fall of Premier was picked up by two lisbermen WEST KY., SEMINARY 37TH ANNUAL CLOSE Tisza was imminent, but the rigid light at !:l5 o'clock .south of ' Memphis, Tenn., May 22. EH Per- censorship imposed by Vienna 'has a mile and a this morn)ug. Sho was sons, negro, confessed murderer of prerented tho outside world from Washington, May 23. Organia- liulf distant, but the fishermen were Antoinette Rappal heverul weeks ago, learning tho exact condition of suru of the character of tho stranger. 'tion of scores of new regiments of LAKTWVKKK MAUKFD THK CI.OS 1WEDCIHKH OF PAST WEKIOrARK was burned to death near the scene At the outbreak ot the war .artillery, engineers, Ah they were watching her the en - 'National Guard KM) OF PUOSPEDOU.S OF ANOTHKU SPIiKNDIl) of crime nt ! o'clock today. A mob a truce was declared between tho v back fired s'K""! troops and cavulry will bo inl ulna of their motorlioal SCIIOOIi VKAK.' YKAK. estimated at from 2,000 to 3,000 pollclclnl parties iu Hungary, .but-lasand Instantly following tko report dertaken soon to supply thu tactical saw the deatli ot the negro. August Count Apponyi, leader of th for tho ejtubsubmerged: The fish- - j formations tho submarine Tho negro was taken from the Liberals and a strong opponent of of tho sixteen divisions of orniun hurried ashore and reported lishmenr Miss. tho announced that 'tho guard provided for In the 'ur '1 he 25th annual Commencement of Tho Commencement exorcises last train near Potts Camp, burning what they itad been. In preparation for the tho truce was ended and that he s plans. Kentucky Seminary, began Bun- - week closed th6 thirty-sevent- h West year bocy was soaked They had no more tlinn reached Jieparimeni lu oil, and afterward would resume criticism of tho Govh In nddltlon to theso troops, day, May 13th wjltli Uaccaluureat. of Hartford College. Dr. S. M. Miller horo when a third llsherman arrived suspended iumldn!r frouf the limb ernment's foreign policy: Ho was mediately after the existing State Sormon, delivered by Dr. J. W. of Settle Memorial, Oweusboro, a report that ho hud seen the of a nearby tree. A torch was then joined by Count Karolyl, president of Uussellvllle, Ky. preached tho Daccalaureate sermon applied craft a little later to tlie west of. soldiers havo been drafted Into tanand tho body burned fiercely of tho Hungarian party, and tho two j Federal ervlce, there must hiorganby on Sunday to a largo and delighted evening Exercises Mouday Scguin light. - Iatermcdlato Tlepartment In charge audience. His discourse was a schol- - until tho scorched Mesh of tho negro popu.ar leaders instituted a vigorizutiou headquarters, divisional atTho uohltion of the craft seen-b- y fell to the ground. ' ous campaign against Count Tisza uddress full of inspiration for ho tlshormen would fit In with her rudiments, supply, amuiiHlon nmt ,0v.Missos Nina Koeves and Addle T.iy-.nrl- y Persons is said to have, repeated probable position If sho continued In, medical train, heavy fielil artillery j lor. his hearers. Tho music under tho his confession that he killed tho child for his failuro to carry out franchise her westerly course after being sight, ami signal usttauons, un aero service,. Tue3dav evening Exercises ' by direction of Mr. W. J. Duan was and Implicated two other uegroe3. and other democratic reforms. ' Proposed Franchise Reforms. Monday evening ed off cross Uland last night. Later two cavalry divisions and many new renaratory .lonartment In charge unusunlly good. Members of tho mob immediately Amsterdam, May 23 (via London.) coast artillery units ana reserves, she. was seen by two members of tho the recital by the pupils of Mrs. Elgin set out in pursuit of them. of Mr. B. T. Sanderfur. A Dudapesl telegram received hero Shortage In Artillery co.st guard. Ono guard first Wednosday evening A play "Tho and Miss Nail was of much interest When, all was in readiness Mrs. by way of Derlin bays, that Premier , by a sec- her and later ho was Joined omparison of tho organisation Dust of tho Earth" given by the Jun-- , to all present. Rappal, mother ot the iload girl, was Tisza submittod to tho JKing proTuesday eu'uing the Grammar tiud guard nnd tho two men watched laUe:J for lho st,tcen Infantry" dlU - low. Miss Koy Napier.' directress. taken to thu biidgo whero tho pris- posals for franchlso reform. Tho 4ho vessol for nn hour. Tliey 11 Ki0ns. with tho hxMIiib Infantry divl - ' Thursday evening Tho Senior gtftdes under Prof. Howard and Mies oner was held and identified him. In King rosorved his decision, upon .iniple tlmo to study here closoly n - c,0KS wIlh'tho oxlptlug guard estnh-- ! play "At The Eml of tho Rainbow" Fierier gave two splendid short plays a short speech to tho mob she de- "which depends whothor tho Cabinet ,ier favonuiio contuuons ami w ero.,,. ....., Bli0W3 ti,al ln tho infantry. Mr A. T. Ross, ln charge. 'j and sorto action songs, clared she wlshod Persons to suffer will resign. Count Tisza, the dis Wednesday evonlng tho Juniors convinced that huo was a submarine llu) trm o tUe S(rvice ,,, wujch ul() Ex- -. Friday evening Graduation patch says, Is leaving for Vienna, reports of h submarlnolj.,,,,,. ,n slrotlg01t. thirty regiments orctsos, Diplomas being presented by 'p'bscnted "Tho Templeton Teapot" tho tortures ho dealt to his victim. llepcntedly A telcphono raessago nt 10;20 where he will bo received by tho I . .1.1 I ll lltllAll j rmt t.ll" off tho northeast coast of Massachu uiiil six companies must .uo created . , w, u. &uuiis .to . "j'v nurse I w." Ilnnl IIai... mniuuvu v...,.. o'clock stated that tho mob had cap King. r.iiBses Kr ' petts iiutsido tho entrance to Ports- to provido tho rogiments of ir.o Napier. Angola Maddux, Irone KUoada j "oth plays wore repleto with luu and tured Dowltt Ford, a muto, ono of ., ,ary3..- I mouth, N. H., hnrbor and on thu flTi-io.iUurlo Kocfrow, Eva Stownrt, Ruth hiu' nUton. Sptclnl mention is due tho negroes implicated by Personsln DESiPEKATE ENCOUNTER . alructnrc many of tho characters, Initio coast, linvo been brought la by 7 ho principal shortage Is In t'.d'criy. Anna Alford. Mry Davisoh, tho murder of the Rappal gld, and WITH A (3ERMAN vessels nnd, fishurmen. r.rtilleiy. Each or tho sbttoun coastwise a Simpson and M. Ethol DaUo, Tlio niiihle during tho evening was was on tho way to tho scene of (ho oftlclul every instance In v.i.uji-hoih reuu res tttree run rogimenra Koyai, f.tosjm uewey isrown, uten- - r ilr&t lynching Philadelphia May 2S. Tales of a reports vns of six lmttorlea of such At tno closo ot tho play tho Jui-'o,. or a total cf don Stovons, Aichlo DavU and Mor--- 0 de3pcrato encounter with a Gorman ' oly?s navy imuully lacking utiil oilled Prof. Drown to tho si;.i; IMOSUOW MAY DK NF.W SKAT ballerina. There now exist in shall Darned. Followed by a ban- submarine) off the north coast o olllcials have publicly scoffed at tho Hin guard 108 batteries n,ht i,n,!r tt.M .'itmniro.! .if Hih Sim- - ami tiieir class iTiMnicnt. Mr. mu.r OF UUHHIAN" fiOVEUNMUNT Africa wero told by jsatlors of a jliMJiiett read u beautifully w.-'l'.d- r possibility of nn onemy ship venturlorg. Tho shortago tn enginoorti Is DrRlsh frolght steamer which ar I ing Into American walors, though ... M1.1I1. ..tlrllifv ,, f as great. Them will bo needed Tho cocorcliiw this year wtro among I.IK.i'l.. I.. li.v.i ...w.... Pilnrtil . f' T..- " jirivatoly Rovornl olllclals udmlttod rived ut this port yesterday. Tho ap r'xt-i'- n rogiments, or a total ot nino-- ; tho best, in tho history ot tliu school wiucli ho respomicu Willi mucii Isl.i will remove Its capital from battlo with the undersea boat took taking theso reports moro seriously .tysU companies, wheroas there now nnd thoroughly enjoyed by ovory one Iproclaflou, to Moscow, the nuclout Seat of place shortly before daybroak on tho than their formal utteraueos betray- tiro only thirty companloiJ. 'Thursday evening the Senlois play-lth(- X liuraUn poemiaont, if plans second day out. ed. ed "A Trial ot Hearts" to a crowded now un(lor COMllleraUo SUttvn Air Horvlco llnlt.t. by tho now MRS, AMEK10A RIIJJY In tho darkness tho two boats ma. houao.' It was a splendid comedy-- 1 n,iminIstratJou ara consummated, an; Each division also will havo neuvered about, tho Prltlsli steam :jt:j,O0O,(i00 J'BTATK ' well presented and bowltw4Ii;cto W0rdriUChtarWajhlngt0Il ot balloon company, er's gunners locatlrig tho I103HI0 craft liKIT DV CVOATB aero s'ltiadroti ,H ,)a80il making sixteen air service units, j Dies After lllnoM of Protracted tho excollent training given the claw t(MjaV- - Ti)0 (d0Uf u ,R only by the glare that went up as sho Duration. by Miss Glenn. Tho ficholarshlpij.u.B0,. Now York lias one aero squadron ontlmentul and prditlcal tired volley nftor volley from her New York, May 21. Tho will of medal, given for highest grades dur- - ,.rmiml ralhor Umu on tno probability lesson company. small guns. Officers of the steamer tho Into Joseph II. Choato, tiled in tho Tlio fire effort of tho department j bo captured by declared tho rfrs. America Rlloy, wlh; or Mr. ing tho year, was presented to u (hut t.otrou,! fired at least disposes of tfurrogato's court is to bring up to full war strength J. 0. Riley, died at tier homo here on member of. tho Senior class, Miss forces. sixty-thro- o shells and then sent a an estuto estlmatod at about $3,000,-00ikWiu 1 L... .!... rpi.n...ru l..f iiiuihu u. Tl.. Vrll.ft inioxibting units of tho guard. When Wednosday at p. iu. Tho direct """.1 iiiumuii, uj torpedo through tho water." It missmost of which goes to relatives. fall IIAIIjKXORM KWKHIa ed by a narrow margin. Mr, loft thal has boen accomplished nnd tho CRU10 ot Mrs alley's death was uro """ Choato To his widow Friday ovenlug closo 1 tha weeks foreo has been druftod tho next KI4NTUCKY OK.NTUACi duporInducod by a parulytlc , Tho DrRlsh gunnor3 returned tho SUGO.000 outilght. ?7G,000 annually, uec- - 8troko bustalnod somo threj and u exercises with two well prepared and II ro, the battle continuing uutll day in Stockbridgo, will be to croato tho new units tho Choato resldonco ossary to complete tho sixteen In- - iat Lexington. KyrrMay '23. A ag0, slncoNwhlchlnto sho well delivered orations by Mr. Hint-o- n break. Then the lied toward Mass., and tho use for llfo of hin homo fautry divisions, and tho Adjustant httli ucen a constant, but patient I.cnch, class repronentatlve, and 0110 of tho heaviest ex- the African coast and submerged. hero. Lurgoheaut'Sts wero iiiudo to Oonerals of thiStatos' hnvoboenfn- - suffurer. Mrs. Riley was tho ilauslit-struccv- Miss Evelyn Fiilr Thotnus, Vuledlc-torhi- perienced In Central Kentucky iu The freighter escaped without dam children, grandchildren and nieces. Judgo Oppciihoiuer, of Cin- - yours ut luion y thut they should preparo for er of jefforson and Mnry Rov.-iDoll,- din mucu uani uku. ,rt , Ihrso new orgaulzatlous without de was born iu tho year 1S50 and united i tir.uli dellvnro.1 the class addnn. ;RKn u growing crops and lujurcd HOLIDAY" IN HIIGUi:STi:i X ' OLD HHELLSDANGEROUS; In murriage with John C. Riley nliout Ho Is a clear, forceful speaker ami r0of and wludow panes lu the KllOISTDATlON DAY lay. ' Tho inuslo of Kentucky's Quota. WILL 1JE WITHDRAWN tlio iiudlcnro. cru tart of tho county. Tlip storm 44 years ago, Desldea her husband, Ono reglmont Jufatitry, ono regl there sunivrs, four cons und throe tho evening was delightful, bpth'tho WIIB (poAlnlIy avera lu tho iiindors- Statu WashHigou, May 22. -- Al Washington, May 22. A report of liibtruitflMiUI vlllo jectlon, whore the halUtouo Councils of Dofenao uro urged In 11 meat field urtilloy, ono battalion daughters, Dr. A. D.,R. It.. W. H veal ami luchos iu diameter. Rear Admiral Earie, chief of tbo Chji i'roMMito! Prof, iliiiuu. measured by tho Council ot eugiiioers, ono eld battalion (lesj ajid I.. T. Rlloy, Mrs. W. E. Kills, lotter sent of Ordauco, on proraaturo M1MO8, Hotty und Ruth Riley. Tlmre At tbo olOftO of tho commencement They- - decimated garden truck and Katlomd llofcnso Ihrough Director ono compauy,) signal corps. of shells on tho armed nlj aurvlvcs decoased, thri broth- - exuroUwe last Friday evening, Muy uniiuhoil tho glass covering of groen- to cooporato heartily In makOlfford I Many windows wor Bhat-- "t American llaord RL Louis, St. Paul erV"ar.d two slstcraUiSars. A. T., B. lt, tho Suulnr Class of Hartford liouses. Jtrs.,Davo Mwlders. ing tho army registration day, Juno and Mongolia, rondo pub.Uo Mrs. D.ivo Moddera was suddenly W. and Jcffcrson.Iioll, the hlstor ute, t'ollogo presented a loving cup to.totnd. to service in Ti, u day of consecration by .Secretary Danivls, how Hint tbo ctrlckcu with hqart falliiro nt her Mrs. I. P. Duruard and Mm. R. ( Prof. Drown. Tho. presentation waB i Tho large greenhousea of John accordance-- with tho spirit of Presby Mr. Hluton I.each, Pruldont ' ter, lu that section, wero practically bureau kufi reectuhl tho conclusion Wilson's message to tho country. homo nuir Darnutts Creek Church, 011 Huduou. ident a1i'11s nmdo prior to Urlef funeral services wwo cgn- - of the class, who In eloquent und demolished and hundreds of young that Tho Nutloiul Council Hiiggwts that labt Tu)sJay aftgrnoon. 1 "J 0 0 are not to be trusted, and that Funerar eorvlcea wero romluclcd ductod tvt the family jet,- - will Riosen words, tuiured Prof. ' cnlOiagu plants vere ruined. bo celebrated In serious spirit tho dny Several of tho hulletoneu wolghwl all such ordnance lias been withnot us an ordinary holiday, and that at Clear Hun by Rev, R. K. 1'un.ua, terdaV nt 2; 00 o'clock lifter which Dnnvn qf tho love and "esteem or tho drawn from both naval und mcroluint lr costly and elabornto decorations bo after wjilch lier remains wuro Inter- - J tho remains were Intrred in Oak clitsa lu presenting tho token, ot (Hire. ounce, each. The hu was MV1. . uppreclallon of his work among compaulud by considerable rain. ed at .that pUco. wood Comotcry. Kodi commtyty It dheoiirugod. 1 ' naked to make Its celebration a public expression of willingness to give tho services of its sons to the country. In outlining programme for observ-- OFF MAINE COAST ing tliu day the council proposes that fire and church hells be rung and whistles blown nth a. m., the hour of opening tho registration booths; fc.'EHM.W MI'IIMAUIXi: SIOHTKD that bands piny near the booths; that IX XI.W ENULAND WATERS men of registration ago lie 'escorted IS CLAIM. to the booths by their families and neighbors and given n distinctive registering badge, nnd that after tho 'registration has closed patriotic nieet- IS OFFICIALLY NOTED lugs bo held. "From press and pulpit nnd In the schoolroom," nays tho letter, "every effort should be exerted to Impress ' Tlitw Souicc Tw Krporti upon all citizens their duty at this DHng Intestlgutnl lly vltnl crisis in tho history of our Authorities. . country. i "Let the words ring forth, "the world must bo made safe for democPortland. Jlc .May 22.- - - Persist- racy" x" ant reports current since war was declared, that a Gorman submarine was FMilnj; 1'iuly. in New England waters, were given Tho fo.lovlug composed a pirtj. It was which left hero Wednesday morning today. official recognition stated by a naval ollleer that new ri fur u tew days outing on Hough rccclvi-anil that an vniver: Messrs.. Lonoy Hoover and ports had ' Invest Igntlon wan under way. ,vIfCi K 0 AcIoll alI(l wjfo 0. O. W wi wiis.rrpirli'd to the naval nta - ,jtlK ,ul wis,ter, Miss Daisy. Camp lt tlfiiH that after the blghtlng of a waB established In tho' grove near periscope u submarine was seen run- ,s us the Snell rami, nlng swath off Miiebias at r. o'clock j)tllK,.-n- , K bedding and wife and last nlgbt. This report was or-- J Mr MrH w K Shlfflctto Joined warded to Rosluii and New York and ,u p.,rtv yesterday. not made public. This morning three 4 Jobstor fishermen told of having sight- hi-e- (i 9: fi AcV-- v F;V" ! '- -.' PS f.- them and their good wishes to follow him In his" new field of labor. Prof, CABINET IN t Drown, to whom tho tribute was. a great surprise, responded with .much AUSTRIA-HUNGAR- Y 'feeling, expressing his deep npprecln-'lln- ii to tho class, both collectively Unci individually, and of his pleasure in directing their work through their' t entire High School Course, and as - - "KPMWK THAT MIMSTKY OP COUNT TIHZA IH OVKIU purine them of his continued Interest " THROWN". Mil their future. The cup Is a hand-- ! i some nne bearing the Inscription "To j 1 II. K. Drown from the Class of 1017. 'Hartford College." i KAISER'S I CLOSE FRIEND t . waftwv'-i- nPNt - r -- oj.'k iCltO.MWKI.I, l.OIKiK IV H A. .M.'K.VrKllTAIXK. ! t flxviaas vH&h ?' y, ,,, ., : J . !!:rllr,ri 0JrJr. ' 1 ' Austro-Hungaria- to nf-fal- t neci-hs-nr- s, ira-wit- I Des-pas- s. . pa' , . . l-- "' r ni dlvl-'Alm- r ri-cl- ijI-n- v.l.-uiv- .,-- .. T, Pct-rocr- ad ' .- v.'o-il- to-dn- y, 0, 2.-I- stop,,, J hall-htor- m at u. ul to-ia- east-pleas- I 2-- Du-ro- y Fls-tha- Elx-luc- li , . tho German lino It sped, faster than NO SEPARATE PEACE a swallow, and lis machine, gun Bpat AVIATORS TAKE Into venomously tho j:rowdod anWITH THE GERMANS tronche8. It was only a other lllRht of tho genius which GREAT marked tho pilot from tho ordinary, iud ns ho mounted heavenward nnd XKW COALITION CIOVKKNSIHNT flew toward tho safety of his own TO HKMUMK WAU-MOltJlAltlMi OP A11WIKV IMIOVIDK lines, .ho leaned over from his seat A(iGltKHSIVi:. AMl'SKMKNT FOR MKN IX ai.d gaily waved his hand to tho bat-Fe- d TKKXCHKS. foe." RISKS SKILL IS A BIG FACTOR Thrilling i:nerlcnro" of h r'llcr In llulllu On Tho Western i Loudon. May. 20. "In a sen Ice tike lli(! KlyliiB Corps the standard or valine I on u Very different piano from Unit of nverngo lay minds," writes si Iirltlsh military expert from the front. "What Is little short of miraculous to tho unniillnted is but a commonplace to the airman, nnd a pilot's achievement must bo very fine Indeed before it is regarded with undue interest by his fellows, far less by himself. "This enlarged perspective has extended, though to a less degree, to the soldiers III tho trenches, to whom tho unties of an airplane, or sijilatl-tu- ii of nlrplanes, him Ions since llul somecensed to be a novelty, times an undellnable touch of 'class' about the manner in which a pilot handles hit, machine Immediately attracts the Jittentlou of the men below, and the whole trench here will be tilled with cskit and observant spectator watching his every maneuver. "Every piano coming up from thej rear is earncsll sc.umed until Its Identity is established, and once it K known thnt 'be' Is coming, the MiUUers lean back on the liretep and wonder what new 'stunt' will be lor their delectation. The pilot In turn seems conscious of what r hint, and the more is expected cheerfully tubes his risks anions the Archies' because U provides the tired trench dweller with n little nilld amusement. SUII a Itiir Factor. "One such pilot existed just at the time when the Germans Introduced their much overraleiL Pokker. This tpe of machine, and tho .tactics molved will) it. certainly scored an Initial success .? gainst some Uritlsh Kiit improved plants are airmen. colistantlv being brought out. and each side has always in use a certain number ol machines inferior to the later enemy planes. When thol ......... collie i.... n..l.mni IIIU uuun , null I.UUHIVI l.t ..l.lIU Iet n in ttfvor of tho belter! are naturallv In tho air, mnohine. Suprennicy however, depends more on tho skill ' and resourcefulness of thu pilot than on tho quality of the ulrplano he tiles, mid it is to such resourceful men that the Utltlsh owe their undeniable supremacy of Uie air, a supremacy often challenged but iimcr broken, even v. hen for tho lime the Germans have Iiad tho bolter type of machine "Tho taunt of the pilot i.iniou(l was not confined In any partfculT-sector- . The whole lino knew ol his ixplolts. Ilia nnmo vMh never lz print at boui'. but out (U Franco In every rest 'Mti.(, village and town, nimi chuckled hugely m- -r filjj doings, iind weio gjvutly cHee'red thereby. Heie la mm i.f then.- "A nrlttsh uiachln v.a-- ongeged on a recotuiJii.auuo over the Gcrni:n by twr lliieKwhcn it wasjiti-iekoFokkeis. The observer .aw th" first hls gun so Kokfcor coming, RjiJ. well that tho German fluttered down fn earth sorely damaged. Tho bPcrmri t'okker. however, dived rigtn bshlnd tho lirJtbdi machiiu', am' no deluged tiro that the pil-o- l it with machine-gu- n had no course loft but to attempt .1 forced binding. Tho German qulcklj sijcovore.il from liU due and ivn coming Illicit to fluibh off bla advernary whoa our pilot dived from bdilnd tho clouds. Tho Gorman uaw him coming, .bankad Uiarply ami started to climb. Hi up 1 Only "iv Huso. "I ho ltritou 'slalled' hli mauhiuo, nuil maimued to put several Into tin enemy fiom beneath. One shot killQdho observer, another put the oiigiuo nut of commission, and hil, noso-dlve- d the PiikVer, mortal observes Steeply, throwing tho out Into mlduir. Tho pilot nmnnevil to regain control before, his nuchlue crushed, and contrived lo effect u landing of home sort. Uut our pilot whs nol fluiahed with" him. JIu circled overhead until tho Ucrmuii had got clear of his machine, uud thou ho descended further, and sprayod tho KokUer with machlno-gulire (ill H burst Into flamea. lie then started to climb. "Oluud.i of Gorman fhellK pursued him, Ink ho mannged to get right oer tho Gorman flrlnr? line before a ulicll bttrt near enough to lujuro htm. Ills machine stopped In Its cuuiHC, tin uotto fell, and down It wonl, diving bteeply lo earth. A thousand feet, 000, 200! Kveryone'b heart Jumped lu expectation of the crash, Then tho rlauo rljjhld. AIodh s r.l d.-a- u untl-nlrcra- ft aunt., found the dauRhter of hi mother was raptured serinij whoso years ago by the Hannock Indian , and held In shivery . li The woman was capiureu i" father's early MOs on n cami of hl between l.a Grando and Welser Ills father, whoso name was aNo William ( but ltarnhart, escaped In the raid, rel-- , j his father's mother and several ntlves were killed and his fathers sister was taken. tin- Young William H.uuiian iuiuou... Now York, May 21. Uus-da, Sudden ClinnRCs. ltiid Colds his father tell of ihe raid ami Spring brlngfl nil kinds of weath- nccresslvo In tho Held for several Irregular dlssen- - .expressed a great desire to trace his er and with It, comes colds and the re- months because of vival of winter coughs nnd hoarse- slons, Is mnkfhg ready, under tliojnunt. Handicapped becuue oi mck will leadership of tho new coalition gov- - of familiarity with the Hannock ness. Dr. Dell's energetic RU0 le dually found an Interpreter, nn to resume off a now cold or stop the old head search he ran Aftur a three-d- a one,' tho soothing balsams rellove the campaign against tho Teutonic l'ow-- j " (across nn old Indian, who Informed soro throat and heal the Irritated tis- ers. ,, that his aunt had died eleven Tho new cabinet, holding the nnd start sues!' Get u bottle y daughter. treatment at once. At "your druggist, fldence .of tho radical Council of !curs ago, and that her . 1 Workmen's nnd Soldiers' delegates, Xannle Hell, was innirlid and living 25c. Formula on the bottle. Other Indians m has declared against a seprate peace, on the reservation. and announces Its Intention of taking remembered the events of the cap MICI.AKKS KXGIjAXD the most energetic measure against ture of Nannie's mother COMHATIXfl Declaring any counter revolutions. of a general A Symbol of Health. London, May 19- .- Kennedy Jones, thnt the Inf Auni lit The I'vthngorialH director of food economy, expressed peace without annexations and tho belief that the German submarin- demnities is possible only thru the Greece ate simple food, praciind es were beginning to bo mastered, overpowering of Germany, the cab- tenmeriinee and purltv. As a badge Its most Inipuiiaut it1L,v UM,, tiu. MU, pointed star which in nn address delivered at Edinburgh luet asserts that this evening on tho necessity of work Is the revivifying of the army .7". "v rPi;iirded as a svmbol of huli'i Gen. Urusslloff, leader of the great A roj( ,Vt, ,olim,i star npp. uii- " iconomy In food consumption, Mr. campaign lu Vtolliyula nnd Gallcla leach package of Chaboilalii Tan Jones said: "Wo have been able, thanks to the last year, and the other coiuniaudcr.s lets, and still fulfills Its ancient mis- Louisville weighs an nwr.ig. ui s or If "" ngenulty of the admiralty and the have returned to their heaihiuartcra ton as a svmbol of health UN UNNEI) 10 ounces ., . The ten-ceand Minister nf'War KerensKv. mie are troubled with indigestion, bilcourage and skill of our sailors, to ,, dealers maintain, will w.,cby a new method on of the strongest men of tho lltissian iousness or constipation, get a pack make attacks BEANS AND SOUPS ounces. The ten cent loaf u, t,r, government Is to visit the battl" ige of these tablets from jmir drug which so far the German duced by . eal ba'jcrl- -i , ikIi fronts Itunicdlately to Inspire the gist. You will be surprised at lle have been attended by success. 10 '4 to II itiiiriM. "llusslan troops, Already the Russ- uuick relief which they at ford. ObIt hlnk that success will continue. The baking Interests i i. ,x :r. iii:ciii:s m war would trttmpt another trick and ians hao shown signs of activity tainable everywhere MiMi g that more and better hrcii .,n ami nnd artillery CV.N.s might produce nn earlier termination IT I'.WMil' lu Louisville for a giv ', if the war than those In high com- bombardinejits by them are nporteil I'HACK I 'ACT ih.ocki:i ix i',t'iii:us, than anywhere In the I'liltcd s Ui hope for." from several Imiiortant sectors along mand allow themselves to ItY Till: Kl'SSIA.S HI'.VOI.T o nnd (be statement they say - i j front of Rlgn. mi the Mr. Jones added that the necessity tho on figures prepared by the (b.v.n rationing had not yet Baltic, to Galatz, on the Hlack riea for compulsory American Washington. May 'i Geneva. May si. -- "Thu Journal de Along tho Western front there has Competition acl iitent authorities arisen nnd that tho country showed theui--elvevents consumers will have ln.deii Geneve" reporlH llileresting a foresight on the part of h.ikei-- m Signs of obeying the food been little infantry nctivlty, but the which preceded the l evolution in distinct be.niw and canned soiis buying large stores of m.ii.ri.i, it He con- artilleries continue to bombard impor Russia, but :ontroller's Injunctions. weie Minpresscd l the of nit kinds for a lime, under u low prleeit am given as the reason f.j. tant points'. PleldMarchal Vmi tinued: , of. the War Can I'oniinltlee. apparently Unconvinced that llritlsli and Fiench (ensorshlji and j the condition. "We have had luck with wheat have only hecome known now which cuts otr the mippl of cms lo The smaller nud Independent iu consignments. Our supplies of wheat his armies can not regain the ground "I'aris and London knew (or a long j jmchers of those foods captured in the past six weeks bv the ers of Ihe city admit that a rimer i ml wheat substitutes, with the possniiiiprlsliiK iln ed - tiiuo that thing!, were going wrong' The coiiiiutitie. effort Is Ixdng madu by the bikible exception of oatmeal, give less French and British and the Gtrmans- In s ltu$la," s:is the .louru.il "The plate milkers, ran niatiiifailures. for tho present are resting on their ers" Union of Louisville to rfrm ih cause for anxiety than they did six" conditions In and gnvtrnuieut nllli'luN. hohU arms waling for the next stren. hv censors tried to hide of nil local bakers n rs weeks ago." I'etrograd, but the l'reiub that the shortage of tin makes It garil to. price lidjlisttlieut the Kntento troops. rt,. I.iri; general j uuperullve thai (ns be stitiplied onl had infoiniallou about the Whooping Cough. , er conipanles, however, disclaim jrv demorall7iitlon and the and of knowledge to packers of perUhahle One of the most successful prcpa-allon- s of n concerted Uini intrigues in the highest Russian cir- oods absolutely lo the to In use for this disease la eliminate the five. cent imi .if FOR FLETCHER'S cles. This Information came pi In national existeiue. S. 'hamberlain's Cough Remedy: bread from Ihe market, and ttu cip.illv I rem Socialist sources. Imi it j The order will be eificlive fir sK any W. McCllnton, lllandon Springs, Ala., 1m wuo Increase In price was full verified by thu I'miili iep-- I i d.ivs, ur crhaps lunger, and will writes, "Our baby had whooping mlopted by the Individual romp ,ui". who took p.irt In the ue uit into opor.tt Ion over the teseiitiiilves Iixlimi CaiMUe Is ImiuihI. ough ns bad as most any baby confi-reiicin Kebru- - i protest of the beau and soup "('liaiiilierliiln's Pendleton, Ore., William i.irn- - I'etrogiad war . .. ould have It I gave him Chamber-'ain'- s Tablets lime Hon' Heput In .Maicii. . ami packers, who diclare It menus ruin (11 soon got itlill I, U rr...nnii.. r...tt.n i Hi 11 ...i '.it .tut., i, earl Hint (llil lit il, I IIIU111IU Cough Hemedy and It ulit ..., Wonders for Me." limn t.... tf It li.t.1 ' 'or their busings All cant, made in 1. if mi o every-vherhomo the other morning fn- Urn Obtainable well." "I have been' u sufferer from tor. " '" " lhl countr will go fi'r the time bem Hull Hescivatlon in Idaho, w re he "' "" ' ",v,k" I lie cnaoo lie ! rencn I'aiiinnieui' ing to canners of irultM and vegela-Ide- s neb troutile for a number n v.i.-iis worse than wo feared. For thej and Canadian emitters of suuin and although I have used u ki'at ; rr time being the Russian army Is and beans for troops at the front. out of the war. It ma be Aineilciui arm buyers have ugr.ied nuiuber of remedleti reciiinii.i' l.J Bfraiffiusp i 'urbanized, but there Is no hope Hia't Chitiii' r! n 1 not to use canned bonus, and soups, for this complaint. l JUHlvs j it ivtll be able to start a new offen- - for the present at lenst, nr jintll sulll-cleTablets the fiist medicine tl"i hiv. before . I ul. 101S. Durii.K the I onus can be obtained for all '' me positive ami lastiiiK ear we can expect no aid! purposes. Soldiora at the front lu wrltdrt ;pri-iiiMrs. Anna Kadin, M ' , j from Russia " It is wild, mutt use ennne.1 port, N. Y. IJr.uu-e"(niaiiiberlaln - lu' ; 'During tho first week of March. ( products because of a lack of cooking have dono wonders for !. Sir Getirge V Ituchiinnu. the Utitlshi facllldes. ' I'l' value them highly." Ambasvidor in retrograil, deciih-- to i No cans will go hereafter to packw everywItoMr take drastic measures to step the ers of products who can substitute intrigues, tho .IiHirn.it paper or other cimlnltiure.No tin ML'KIIS WHKN SOMMHIt "Ho went to Tarsko: will go to packer of i hundred lcantlmia TIHINM RACK ON MNf. Stlo. demanded nn audlenco with the km Is it toilflt aftlulia nnd and informed the i tiler curtly many otlwr rummoditieo. (l'juir li- . Iiidhtuapolis, Iud., May 2 j that he v. vul.l liuvo to scionit ft n.i Tho intorcsis rffpretttiiled on the I'rl.ico nf Wulw oh, ho .i i ljr In n torniy ttudirtice comm'ttoe virn.Hlly i tii Cranr.u l. outrol the entire leibiw." ejaculated Cait ilri w t:o AniOassador said under the tin and can supplies. It was named Mrlirldu. when a quMtioni ' u divorce would be th at h conr.rtnce tturo a tiiont'i ago, him about hia OYperieuce w. h proper thing, but. ho added, Ule ind all interests .nr-ieto stand lo- Ueorgf'a holr In tho p- E( j tit's ;mk tretn'. , I'l s3 r.ritlsh govertinioiit viroulfj not insist lls (belHlou. IUah and onp KruinSo upon such a radical step if the pro- luw?vor, refiiso t,o aeeept lu r, ' Uh proved "himself a red activities of tho. Cvrma liiiwt orders, hill tlio cotiimlitew be- too, uld McllrUlo. "I got w ir vyre slopped Inouio wy. ". o 4c- - lieves tlm orders cm lie enforced by (jHilnted with him lu the tr comiUIsh thin tlto umluatindor sug- ahtogatlng 4 gested that the ICmpress be locked ems to I eoiitracta for iupplyliig and ho hadn't forgotten n lie psiekcrs met him Inter in London " up in aoain convent or hcilth Tlio I'liinuilttwo believes the order : . -Mellrlil a former member un"l the war imdtkl. f'" '7" ' gC., villi not puf ))enn and soup makers Indiana National Guard ami "The 0ar naa furlnus nnd nit or I)iu0r.e.s liecttiKf or iholr larg AmwiuMi "Wont to France , his Ambasimdor m Loieti.ti iijoflts vviihle tho la,.! jar. At the of aTJontdlhti machine-cto demand the lnuneiali "iid xtf u cojupar.itU.ily shurt puilod t ,-Ho in now home, rtcoviirnn ' W-sJUaa: govt-i-tsiiuiauaii, uui tt belloves tlicrn TX . . be HiUlIclUt dorcii vfouiidn, liearlng ' lueul replied laconically U.Kt ih ana f.jr ail lut(re,u. xt K ? . ,wSlrfi:r7m:v-p-.- -amlhis'-iadotor hrnvery from the Krone! e 3Lj Brgar-?a-- s would slay in l'otconraii ttz2ZZZi-z'Sr-2z!-me-i- l nuil a modal jeroiu Tin, broiiKht mattora to a cllmav In :l -"Ttcjy ftp --?Ur5v ..... ll.i .nnn CT"' i aentcil by IClttg Ooorga of K"- - ' ntr ,iii, ..1..U uiu IL... ,1... uiiusuii iiito 'HVfSS I ES5Bft.S5C'-i5.1SEyStlm nrniH f.f the ''I luado a bad miws of " v r1 FOR FUrCIIER's -prt ? .T.? "l!L'-Zr ?G, was called boforo tho Kins there Is no doubt ho would liavo jaud si 2ZSZ.irTm number of other ofllcer-i,tfoucludtid u sepiutn peace within a -- yfew weeks, but U tho critical hiiiiiimiI "l didn't know iim' ,i,i,i l'lVIMIINT UhW OL' Mary Baksr Edd Memorial, Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambrldj. Macx royal rliqttotlo nnd after th Mig the revolution vvas stalled." I'.itiiAo m imoii: pinned n medal on mo I slmpiv .BUI'S The beautiful memorial to Mary to a lower platform at the lilxe'u od0. Uakor Eddy, the Dlbcovetor and found- The schomy hua no pi j'otypo andto la Sloan's l.liilitieot lui- - Kheiiuiiitlsin, and walked away in t in . Tho .,f ofVcad is due jUrniitul screen eol uuu'i er of Christian Sclonco. has besn tnoroly ninclosing ot flower-grow- n onon-- clr-- J Tho tiirluro of ihounriti-iuifisjuon. th lo dlhsaiipuir from the output of lonui u of turnod over to Tim Ghristlan Selenco tho sky, - .'Viqm Iroachod.thoolhcer pains and nchfn that make life mi bakmbv, in tin. 110lir fmuro iio8H,y; tlfqifi Board ot Directors by Klburt S. Bar- tic. ..II (old o of my broach oi Tho material usd for tho momorlnl beniable ato n'lloved by Sloan's by .luim I .u.ordlng m low of Now Yoil: City who held tho Js ofllcers and Bethel whlto. granito, tha Inscripa clean clear Jlijmd that ' ite contiuct for Iti construction. lujuager of tho loading baking tion In tho frleu and upon tho top of easy to apply and uoru "You played tho devil. V" Teethe tha'i memorial, which If at Mt. Au- tbn pylons being of whl'o bronro sot Tho of l.ouisvlll... ;aald; "no one bhoulit turn h" burn coinolory, Cambrldgo, Maas., has doop Into tho stone work. Tho detail, mussy ilusUr ur olntiiuinu because Hllmlnaliou of tho llvtvceia ,mf( reipilrod over n year and a half to which on account of tlm size of tho It penetretos quickly without rub It Is on tho King." Mid. is inevitable, lmenw of the I "io leproduetlnn Is only ludbated. Is en- blng. For tho many pulnu nud avlit complete. Tho fund for Its construc"The I'rluco (if Waloa vv i xtraoidlnatv advaucm In treattion, amounting to over $150,000, w,iB tirely floral In form and iu, p,U. crowd of olllcerti and ho dtdn" 'l", following exposttio. strains, sprains of y nil ruw materiaU used in first announced by the directors lu ment, Ihn TIld rtiao and tho morning-gloibeing ued a.) (ho main motives. and' imiHcIo sorcnohs, Hloan't, l.in. making. M4y ,tt.,,,.H ,,,. .,, bread it ,so bQrlouuly, Laushlng, h;' ,'""",t June, 1911. and was horua tlmo ugo jnont Is promptly effoctivo. to huu led: Alwat-lmvfully bub.scribed, The.su contributions It Is Intcrohtlng architnctarally log tlio end f It l4J(ply of lliatl,r(n, have been mudo iu expressions of noto thnt whlln It, Is extremely free In n boltlo bund for gout. lum- "Mac, you're all right Uui - tlm (.urcbucil wlun. prlci were Hiibstun. zciilliwmt by Clnlstlau UclenlUts treatment nnd not at nil conventional. bago. toothache, lincU.iulie, atiff way to do t." necu chilly lower than : throughout tho world. It la generally very classlu In feeling. i.t prvuenl. yud tho . on tho memorlul the memorial J'lio altn not whichono of great unt Tho oxlrcmo width of tho colonnade is jau1 "u eternal palua. At druggists.1 wi cent." accordln,; lo b,Kers, Hjiilne; i'oUU Am Dangerous-Suddel.s :c. only and located la must htcnum lt r,,,llly who1 (lB alj oh.iugoJ of temi" r,iur0 urnl beauty, but on account of Its eighteen ft'O't In t'.iauu l t. Tho col ng coucetna are forccsl to buy their and undorwoir bring Hprlug C'M' grade has rendered possible n moro umns thonwwves aroJltleen feet m HANDITH ItU.li Dl.TIX-TlVi:- ; Hour and oilier picturesque and Interesting treatment height and are similar In general co.amodltlea ,u Clll.. Willi ,,uuk.u .... l..,l .!..... ...... ul,,ff...l Ul II.1W, ur.ilhr,. tad liUU JvllMSIINfJIUt Ol.' (1,1100 rent mark"! architecturally Uxan would bu rost-bi- o cnaractor to thoso lu tho Clepsydra urUiw. Coutlnualiou of general uymptoma. fir largo A dose on n perfect level lot. Tho plot, of rtndronlcua of Oyirhua. The PUsent l,M, rlco3, W,h nuv IUft. Kliig'a Now Dlucovory Is sur tl", Chlcigo, May 10. - Klvo robbers to- - terialu which Is approximately SO feet sqi'am, pylons were exhibited at the Ameriat the I,B, rlw ow lloilliH1,. slopes gradually from the level of can Institute of Architecture In New hUy held mi ,i payroll messenger lu thla happy combination of am . would mean York a short tlmo ego and exports (ho roadway to lb hike with n dro opmitiou at i0M, halsaui3 olonru tho ht'ud, aoou ilio j ttaclno Avenuo, shot down n detce-tiv- o h- - bakers of about ton feet. The memorial con- pronouncod them tho dnvt plecea oi who vvrni guarding him, lobbed IMa Imp., Mly, and for thai reason irritated meiiibrancii and whu' ' '(ftr sists of a circular open colonnade of carved grantto over xcued. atlvo that , stylo-bat- e KgDrtjn Swurtwout tho ninfctmngor'of 10,000 r havo beoit a liiiguriiiK cold la iuorfn The architect Is eight columns, resting upon n and oscupni HHMaco tho p,Tlo,, now Rlvwi of throe steps, surrounded on tho of New York City who designed the lu an uutomobllo. John Ryorii, thy u). Don't stop, troalmeiit wh Hvii oeiila. Washington memorUl 1' front by a circular platform slightly now Course .i firm foItftH .1 half euro wounded, iitohably Mlssojirl statu (upltol and Hi' dulcet irv, waa At uriMoiit the above tho nntmal grude, from which the new t lour of la dangorouu. fatally. Klnu'' Ne" Tako Dr. jUUorui a double fllfiht of titops IcacU now Foderal bulldlnc lu DeuYBt b.ctd which can bo procured in l Discovery till jour cold id go'u 1 fcftCrVlfli - ,? ruscst a ( iCALLONUS For Overcoats, Suits, Odd Pants, Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloaks. Don't miss -- ' lu-nr- ! us. All new- and con-,1,1,- s 1 Hub Clothing Co. J HARTFORD, KY. - rjbsysgvvvrviivvtvsgss&v M i mine-throwin- c. in iiti.v , . SOO-mll- es c.in-uer- I Children Cry CASTO Rl A ' iid-d- I neci-ecut- j t i ..... ilg-iro- i 1 e. , Mpfnnrlal Cfoznslp$pd 'V a. i jirac-ncall- i wmmmzrgamm mzjEmM3SffijB5&n. s.&&rmm ;$a ! I ' I wmmSSm mmi ft i"sMfl 9pg tetp mswm II n- - n - dllf-Wtt- M i I I! enn-nei- -- sj & jJ -- . rasw1 t. re-.o- .f'iS-TfCSiSsn- Sr - , u-- , sKttfl '".'., -. ts.'a -- V' -- ' .CF ? lt. i.u . 'pro-Gcin.- OhiJdreu Cry CASTOP' A jlldt, I -- , I.ln-Imi'ti- t, . eorn-paiil- ia i 1 ;-- !4 t.w1, '' fivo-wii- LEXINGTON o of Industry. Orcoii will ho ft SAYS POLITICIANS Tho weather Is Junt rlRht for quick -la now coloring ripening and tho fruit NATIONAL MENACE rapidly. By tho mlddlo or tho.wcclc BY FIRE Mr shipments will lo nmdo. I l.ctulnvllta received the first berries liroiiRht In hero nml which went IIKMO- STATICS COh roWLLIt hy oxprcHS. Tho express ship CKA'IH IN I'KAHTIKI) HANHS IIUHIN ss hiktio.v SUSTAINS ments Imvo now censed, and from Ol-- ' llt)OSKVi;iiT. Hi:vi:m) i,o.ss in mauia now on only car shipments will bo MOKNINd III.AK. mndc. bcc-hlv- 18 has been successful! but tho" hairpin business at best Is prosaic and Sol's ttltllil llflfl llnVfif nntinnnrtil lt- nn Atttm 1 ' u,,t SWEPT , for-'wn- STATREDIN LIVERY BARN r Tho loss on buildings, stocks and tures will reach between a half and s of n million dollars. Tho llro was under control nt daylight this morning, although flames are visible In tho ruins of the Merrick Lodge building, whero the firemen arc still working. Tho lire departments of Winchester Paris wero called on for aid, but arrived after tho flro was uhder control. Among the buildings destroyed nrc Porter and Jackson livery stable, the brick lleacock building, three-stor- y r.tructdro next Merrick Lodge Hotel, Smith, Wut-Itln- s, building; Dnrnby Company brick business house owned by Mrs. W. I). IJryant and two frame cottages owned by It. S. Webb, on south side of Church street and the Seconif Presbyterian church, nil of these three-quarter,"-- iitoin orcunlrlng a military force to pedo was unloosed and sank In fragLondon, May 20. Tho decrco of light for our country In tho war with ments. A clique of politicians Germany. abdication which overthrow "I'm going to b,o tho Kaiser's Tlic Dmiingo In I'Ntliii.itcd'at Between Nicholas, of UiiEsIa, and the most icarctl Teddy would store a great Jinx," said Sol. Half a Million mid autocratic govornmonj of recent times tlrlory in Muropd' and como hack Kggs For Hatching. was signed with tho stub of a lead after tho war and. bo President." Thin wiih tho kcynoto of a speech depencil. S. C. Illack Miuorcas, Northrop Tho act of abdication itself was livered yesterday by Col. C. W. Fow strain the big kind, Whlto LcxliiRton, Ky.', Mtiy 21. Lexlng-to- n typewritten tho ono modern noto'ln ler, superintendent of tho Kentucky Duston strain tho stay white suffered tho worst conflagration tho whole, story but when it canio .Military Institute, lniforo tho mem- kind. Eggs from either or both In Its history at 2 o'clock this mornto signing It no pen was to bo had. bers of tho Transportation Club at a bteeds for quick sale $1.00 per 15, ing when llro, originating In tho livFilially, M. Shulgln, who accomp- luncheon meeting held In tho Tyler $3.00 per CO. 25 per cent off after ery Htnhlo of Porter & JiicWpoh, colanied Wur Minister Cuckhoff to Hotel. May 10th. Tho best mntlngs cocks ored, nt tho southwoHt comer of Pnkov, flshed a bit of lead pencil Col. Fowler salted that ho himself and liens not related. Good weighLimestone and Church streets, swept from his pocket. Tho Czar took It always votes the Democratic ticket ers and wlnterlaycrs. Hotithwostwnrd, destroying or damind scribbled his name with a shaky except when bo finds a belter man L. T. BARNARD, . aging most of the buildings In the hand. representing another party. 42tG Hartford, Ky., It. 4. bounded by Limestone, Short, block Voted For Kooscicll. am These details of tho great Russian Upper Church streets, with tho revolution Imvo Just been received "I voted for Theodore Roosevelt Loses Fifth Son; Kills Keif. of tho McClelland olllco build- hero from Petrograd. once." he said, "and voted for Wood-roStuttgart, May 20. Crazed by tho ing, and tho few structures on tho et Wilson twice, and it can not be report that her fifth nud last son had west slitb of tho block, fronting on KINHS UMAX IX CIIUKCII chnrged that I say these things on been killed nt tho front In France, The flames North Upper street. BOX; AUCTIONS IT OVV i account of personal political prejulec Mrs. Martha Sautcr, the widow of a leaped across Church street and I only know that the very Idea of wealthy miller In Zlcgelhach, has burned several buildings on the south ML rnrmcl, III., May 20. mid his committed suicide. The unfortunate denying Col. Roosevelt side of that thoroughfare, and scatof a white bean in the collec- staunch friends and admirers the woman, who also lost her husband tered sparks which caught tho tower tion box at tho First Methodist right to fight for this country is not less than thrco mouths ago, threw y of tho 'Second Prcsbytorian church on f lntroli failed to disturb the Itev. Tho fact Is, tho herself into a mill pond. to bo tolcraed. " Market street, over a block uway. Mitchell. Instead ho turned tho Democrats felt sure that Teddy would f That splendid edifice was gutted. Incident to good advantage. An- go over thero and scoro a great trlu- Houses Wi coked By Quake. fixcx-Cz- ar ' w DIs-covc- iv Lc-ro- HUlMil) ABDICATION WITH LKAIJ I'KNCIL 8TU1I ventciT by r nrc realized, for tho has called him to Washington to cx- l',n,n n device which ho says makes a i, wmniiii' eui Sol demonstrated tho device to ro- porters a day or- - two ago. iiuiiej-pruu- ; - ,rv,,lfl cnxpcc,?u on i ( Cry for Fletcher's sftl m mm "?i 7 i f 'N i &? at a "warship;" Instead of blowing tho craft to "Col. Theodoro Roosevelt was prc-- , pieces, stuck to It. Then by the push ' A "torpedo" fired Democratic politicians of n button on the warship tho tor- ffbc Kind You Always Bought, and whieh has been iu use for over over 30 years, has borne tha signature of and has been made irndsr his pcr- &jC6'&, ilfaj. conal supervisten since its infancy. a.7y. . CS4K, hViVff n0 one t0 decolve you iu U CountcrKia, Imitations and " " are but Experiments liiat triflo with and endanger the hclth of Iiifants M-- i CuiHrca Experience against Experiment. SKvs.S?SIti XirMalLUulwrrCZi vsccS5sS55 'lave nr li V . wV Ai mm Pro ki I mm w Jk Mr A ISv wz mm ?i mat wvz ; .7 Just-as-gc- Wyan-doltc- s, Costotia is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Dfotu and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic subclauce. Its ago is its r"aatce. Tor more than thirty veara ft has Leon in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, 7ind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishner.3 arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowds, aid3 the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natmal sleep. Tho Children's Panacea The Mother's Frisnd. Whet is CASTORfA QENU!M CASTOR1A Bears the Signature of ill M? ALWAYS " waSSSXBXXjr r r jpi l jtfre II f 4F, 4r JT SF' tria&Z J? - m r Zs&Q Ye&r&& A j J2L. structures are in ruins. r I Tho Eagle Lodge building, at the corner of Limestone and Church streets, was badly damaged, as were nlso tho Sheeley livery stable, on Church street, owned by Mrs. K. P. Karrell, and several smaller structures on the west bide of Limestone. Tho greatest loss is suxtaiued by the Merrick Lodge, which was a four-stobrick and stone structuro with a number of olllces; tho Company, which carried ono of the lurgcsl stocks of hardware In Central Kentucky, and tho Second Presbyterian church. 'Wlillu many of tho buildings and a Eood deal of tho stock was covered by Insurance, It will not begin to cover the loss. Tho plant of tho Southern School Journal, tho leading educational paper In Kentucky, which had quarters In tho Merrick I,odgo building, was destroyed. Several horseSTind a large number of vehicles wero lost In tho livery o stable of Porter & Jackson. No of tho amount of Insurance is available yet. Several persons, sleeping In the Lexington Hotel and In tho Merrick Lodge building, bad narrow escapes, but thcro was no loss of life. ry estl-mat- Business Scholarship. a scholarship, good for a completo courso in either or nud Accounting Bookkeeping Stenographers Courso in the Owens-bor- o Business & Industrial College. Tor particulars apply at Republican -- Wo have for sale, nouncing tho "Joke" to his congrega- Hnph and then como back and be tion, 'tho Rev. Mr. Mitchell asked for President and of courso they didn't dds J ml auctioned off the bean for' want anything like that."- $r.G0. Uolng after petty politicians in Vasliinglon, Col. Fowler declared "Can you get me somebody on this with much vehemence, that they are Job who Is a Hvo wire." a greater menace to America "That's dead easy." Ualtlmorc than the concentrated mililaiy forAmerican. ces of Germany. m "Thrco tlnies in three weeks the military camp arrangements have OVER THREE HUNDRED' been changed by. orders Issued from Washington. Scarcely would we post IN SERVICE ono bulletin before another would come and we would have to take It down. The army officers In tho War Department surely were not to SO TO 100 IIAVK IJKKX DKSTKOV. lilanio for these things. Kl) THROUGH. UIUTISH XKT8 Work Of Politicians. ALOXK. , "The petty politicians wero nt work for their dear constituency. Thov felt that llie-- had to tret this Amsterdam, Via London, May 20.- I thing and that thing for their home Tho Germans bavo about 325 sub towns und the districts that elected marines In operation and about eighty them and as a result wo don't qcenrto to 100 have been lost through llritlsh know which way to turn. Our milinets n'uiic, according to the Telegraff tary status is in a' stuto of chaos." which prints an Interview with a compulndvocatcd Col. Fowler member of tho crew of the submarine sory military service beginning with This Is the subinarlno which boys in the seventh grudo of tho comsank tho Dutch grain ships In Feb- mon schools who would hnve Inruary. struction Tilong reasonable lines, and Is commanded by Cap- carrying tho policy on to tho point The tain Count Von Plaetau. According where every State in tho Union to the Interview tho subinarlno dis- would have a military academy equal charged three or four torpedoes to Wet.t Point. Some persons would against tho Dutch ships and then call this militarism, ho said, but in his jigzagged between thorn sinking them opinion It Is Impossible for militarism with bombs and shell lire. to take hold in a country like AmeriWhen at sea tho submarines as- ca whero every man Is free to speak semble nt u given point every morn- his will in Governmental affairs. ing and receive wireless instruction, Courier-Journa- l. presumably from Helgoland. There of the aro about thlrtylhlno SUXXYDALE LKTTKK. nowest type, and this licet" Is supFarmers aro very busy taking adplemented by a secondary squadron vantage of tho favorable weather to marked wjth C. plant their crops. boats have a speed Tho first-claMr. Tommy Ford, of Hartford U. calculated at sullicleut to overtake 4, was to visit his sister, Mrs. Lucy s nny cargo boat. of their Davis, Saturday. " d crows aro experienced and Mr. John Da'ffroi visited ratuivett novices. Tho boats carry .a fortnight's here Sunday. stores and have a lnaxlmun period of Mrb. Lilllo Oiler, of Eden, Ky., is iiibmergfueo of from eight to ten ho guest of her sister Mrs. Jus T. Each is equipped with two Davis, who. Is on tho sick list at this hours. periscopes and sometimes descends writing. to from thirty to fifty metres, Mr. James II. Thomas, of near Central Grovo, was hero Tuesday looking after soiuo timber Interests. The Men's Senior clnss in tho Muivlns Chapel Sunday School havo a Wesley organized themselves-intI. .1.1.. ,l..tJ ...I.I. M- - T . W Tflrt ..- ... AND nl I.IUOO, 1. till y v l'-5lT-ss Two-thirdone-thir- Richfield, Cab, L May 19. Several houses were wrecked by an earthquake which occurred here shortly The before midnight last night. first shock was followed by a slighter ono an hour later. Reports from Santa Ana, Cal., near hero, stated that the first tremor was felt there. PUIJLI.SHERS FIGHT ADDITIOXAL TAXES SO Years The Kind You Have Always Bought TH In Use For Over CBNTAUH COMPANY, NEW VOW K C I TV. May 15. Public Washington hearings on the war revenue bill before the Senate Finance Committee were concluded Today's sessions were devoted largely to further hearing of protests pubof newspaper and periodical lishers against tho proposed Increases In 6econd-clas- s mall rates and the tnx of on print paper. A delegation Chicago and New York business men told tho committee the amount proposed to be raised by the revenue bill was excessive, and that It would im pose too great a burden upon this generation. Many publishers produced records of their books before the committee to show they wero not In financial condition to meet the proposed taxation, and declared that if the measure publicawas allowed to staud.-man- y tions would have to suspend. Chairman Simmons did not indicate when tho committee will report, but It probably will bo ready shortly after the House passes the bill the last of this week. Frank P. Glass, chairman of the Paper Committee of jth'e American Newspaper Publishers' Association, and George McAneny of the New York Times, wero recalled when the committee took up the section levying a ten per cent tax on print paper. y. Starck Pianos in Advance Satisfae (ion Guar LowestNet No Moaoy snleed Fact v7 Prices Terras ff7;'" HiTTTITIili Eaii.Jt $2 00Fnc Saving oi SlOO to. From ory Direct II SpslliPiilnil ll!il P. 8TAHCK rncSIDCNT A. e45a2siii'll ' mi ortZfev, HwP Wo will ship you a beautiful Starcl; Piano for 30 days' free trial, in your nome. no casn payment requireu. vie ueh a xnui yuu wm vir F, !'. ? and test this piano for 30 das. If. at the end. of that time, you do not find It tne toneu nno linear pionc m every wa, uio Ju Hw',p hlgncst crade, cweetesr seen for lire money, you are at perfec' liberty to send it bath:, and wo will, In tSi. eient. pay the freight both nays. T, fc Starck Piano must make E"od with you, -or there Is no sale. i 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL jn ' Zl ?". Savo $150.00 or Mtr Easy Pavmeii.5 We rtilp direct to jcu frcm our factoT, It prices that eatc ou upwartlt o( $100 00 is he cot of your pUno. Wo guanntre to tumlrii you a better piano for the money than jou eau sreiire eltcuhrrc. You arc assured ol nhini; wca tontd durable liigh grade a astiifjctcry piano. Tou pay no caJi down, but alter SO days of trial, vou can btenn tiavniint on the low eft, ecsieet terms ever tiui:get(d by a piano 1 manuiacturer. Tlicse terms arc atrani,eu v suit jour convenience, and it is possible for ycu to buy a pkrno fcr your boinc, without . , i.imtuE the money, Startle lUiyer J'ianns ire jrnf iuit beautt ful Pl'ver Titans em ttu market, iuu win lie U: lishtid with the many ex elusive features of theso wonderful. Instruments. " with th will tie very lov prlecs at which they can be secured, t. OR.V .ta. 4W. ' 1Bmi Rut Evrry Starck Piano H ruaranteed for 23 jean. Tblt tPTintee as back of It our S3 year of piano experience, and the rrpu. tation of an responsible piano house. rales 2nd -- Hand Bargains 'We luve comtanth rn band large number of fliisMljr used pianos of all and second-lunstandard makes taken In exchange for new fitarrk Pianos Tbo follow. and l'lavtr-PlanoIno; are a few cample bargains?" PlayirNtMf ll lt 50 Free Music Lessons To every pmcbawr ol Starcl: l'iano, vie cive free music lcsn. in one of the beat known rchoola ln Cbicaco. Thce bssoni you can take In your own liome, by mall. This represents one ) tar's free inttructlem. Weber Steinway Chickering Kimball $110.00 92.00, 00.03 95.00 . 195.00 MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court. Hannah Jones, Executrix, Simon Jones, deceased, Plnlutlff, vs. R. D. Carter and Mrs. R. D. Starck Send for our litest complete Second band bargain list. Brad toelai for our new beautifully illustrated plao-- j !iich pcs jou a book large amount of informa tion regarding pianos. This bock nil! interest and pleastyou. Write today. Fiano uoou Free P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., J313 Starck Bide., CHICAGO Wtmmammmmaammmmmmmammmmm fiveosiss "I BLUES o President. M .'. .... office. . 111(2 M HTHAWni:itHVKASt).V .Voith IVoiu Symptoms 'of More Serious Sickness. Mary and Lizzie Ford, Llltle or near Central Grovo, aro visiting their aunt, Mrs. Lucy Davis. Flrht Shipments Are Sent Wiiiii'ii. Howling Green, Ky May 21. The strawberry season opened hero Saturday night when two cars wore sent North, ono to Chicago und tho other to Pittsburg, l'u. The berries brought $3.00 per crate f. o. b. now line Ureen This was one of Mio highest opening prices slnco the- - organization of- tho association. A largo number of buyers uro already hero, and by tho mlddlo of tho week many moro will bo hero to until tho close of the season. plckors uro also beginning to The in vast numbers and aro being BQiit to tho various patcjies on arrival where they are booked and quartered In tho dormitories. rho season has opened under most favorablo conditions. The maturing berries have had Just a sulllclency of rain to bring on largo fruit of an sweetness that has mado Warberries so popular oil the Northren's ern markets. For tho next three weeks Howling ln ur-rlun-ui- FOH ESTILL OIL WELLS am the Washington Park, III mother of four children and have suf AVInchestVr, Ky., May 19. Ono of fered with femalo trouble, backache, the biggest deals over mado In tho nervous spells and Koeiitucky oil fleldb was closed hero the blues. My chiy when $11,000,000 was- paid ldren's loud talking by the Ohio Fuel Company, for tho and romping would oii' Company make mo so nervous holdings of tho Wjiod could just tear and $1,000,00,0. for; th property of I everything to pieces Roof, Hupp and 'huff. Practically arid I would ache all all of tho property which changed over and feel so ikk hands Is located along Cow Creok that I would not In the Estill County field. want anyono to talk The wood concern owned ICO proto me at times. Lydia E. Pinkham'a ducing wells. Negotiations for the Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills reNeeloy interests In stored me to health and I want to thank purchase of the It good they have done mo. I the Estill Held" now uro pending. you for the In this have had quito a bit of trouble and is bald the consideration worry b,ut It does not affect my youth- i transaction will bo about $3,500,000. Tho Ohio Fuel Company is a subful looks. My friends. y ' Why do you look 60 young and well 1 ' I owe it all sidiary of the Standard Oil Company. , to tho Lydia E. Pinkham remedies." Mrs. Rout. Siopibl, Sage Avenue, SOL MAKES HAIRPINS; Washington Park, Illinois. .MAY IE KAISER'S JIXX If you have any symptom ubout which you would like to 'know writo to tho Chicago, May 21. Sol Goldhurg Is Lydia E Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, n man uho makes hairpins. Sol has advice given free of Mass., for helpful made hairpins for a long time, and charge. to-da- V.ll Uy vlrturq of a Judgment and order of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at tho May term, 1917, In tho nbovo cause for tho sum of $850.-0with Interest at tho rato of C per cent, per annum from tho Sth day of Sentomber. 1908. until imlil. nnil tho " " eosi oi saiu, i imuilli UUliUUH nt tho Court Houso door In Hartford, on Monday, the 4th day of Juno, l.aU, aliout 1 o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six and ttvelvo months tho following described property, A tract of land In Ohio County, Ky., and bounded s follows: Iteirlnnlng at three hickories and waffr beech on the bouth bank of Muddy Creek! thence S. 102 noles to comer stnko in P. Jtoss laid; thejico tlast S3 poles 14 links to stono in land or tno farm; thenco south C B. 05 poles to stono in end of land; thenco east 124 poles and 10 Yj ltl'ks to au elm and two water beeches in bend of Lick Branch; thenco down said branch as it meanders to tho lower corner of tho Weaver Barnes tract; thenco with his lino N. CO W. 50 poles to a black oak nnd two hickories; thenco north 160 poles to a hickory and sweet gum on tho bank of Muddy creek; thenco with Muddy creek to tho beginning, containing nbout 179 ucres. Being samo land, part of which'wns Inherited by llrst parties herein from, parents atid othor part acquired by deed bearing dato April G, 1908, from lllcliard Boss nnd wife, as shown by deed of record In deed book No. 35, pngo 307, Ohio County Court Clerk's 0, Defendants. Carter, You Can You Be Whatever! """"" "" Want To Be to-w- it: You can be a success, and a big success, if you-- havo AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. you aie pioporly Tho road to success is easy-r-- if prepared. A Business Education is the chief rcquisrito for prepsuedneeV." T)ie'big men of . today almost vith-ou- t exception aro ihe men who prep.ard yeplerday. W prepare you for the position that are waiting for ihe prepared man or woman. School 'm session tho entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and tf receive proper classification. office. Tho purchaser will bo required to execute bond with approved security immediately after 'sale, and u lieu will be retained as additional security This 10th day of May, 1917. OTTO O. MAItTIN. 40t.'l Master Commissioner. II. l Tuylor, Attorney. Onto - Bis Is (Incorporated) OWENSBORO, KY. by civilians, and that theso exports will io guided In their activities by the wlshc9of the Sec- x :.. n"'1 ot lho PoMofflif panionship, It seems to me, over-laIN uhHMAni Notice Announcements for coun- Intcndcnt of Schools of Ohio couwy. UfclAINtll w"; Kntorml ncorllnRto law nt the ty olilccs published In this column un- Subject to the Primary Election, Hul- Ject, however, to d(tlorJ, Ky., Oh uinll matter ot tlio necotiJ nml entortwlnes until they aro almost j til lho Primary, $5.00 In udvanw. urday, August 4, 1917. of tho commission. 0110 and If two Bliouui no mscparanic i Inclusion of army and navy re- - District olllces. $2.50. to stand tlwulcstruc- STTE DEPARTMENT PROTESTS For .la iter. . Mgr. and at all unable XV. 8. TINSLEY, Editor nulrenient.H In the grand scheme of Hon of bonds of companionship U, Wo nre authorized to announce the THROUGH THK SPANISH Tor Representative. purchasing is regarded I centrnll.ed We are authorized lo announce tho cnndldacy of M. O. HIIROADEIt for would bo those which hnvo been In GOVERNMENT. to as a necessary pnrt of constructing candidacy of h. h. KMIIKY for the the Republican nomination for JailAdtiross all communications tlio making by years and years ot nomination for Repre- er of Ohio county. Subject to the a mnclilno as nenrly perfect n hu- - Republican Che Hartford Republican. blending by perfect and harmonious county. Subject Primary Election, Saturday, August maii Ingenuity can devise. There Is sentative of Ohio young have The association. Washington, May 22. Protests to I10 intent, it Is understood, to usurp to tho Primary Election, Saturday, I, 1917. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS their pleasures In.. n thousand different . liprmniiv August 4, 1917. ....... .... .. r in eeiit to gabperlkfi-ilndrlnR the iil nm ,.. nrnrninriTii4- nr lint wnr - niriiiiiHL mo uvieimuii We are authorized to announce tlm ways, and iy mo yomn, ueittu is ol.l uililiwn lp iiwklnK the dIna taunt glre the .1. W. DIIVALL for Navy announce the Wo arc r,,rriir. i,,.t ii,n i,i l.avo rear- - American citizens was made by thc;nn,strong Departments, dobut there Is candidacy authorizedW.to h. I.AWI.KSS candidacy ofnomination for Jailor tho y Republican ot of DR. .through the everything intention to family, often those they have State Department tal'c. Loci- - nn.l .athr. -r ii. cd their to tlio Prifor tho Republican nomination for Ohio omity. Suhjuct apnnisii unveruiuim. possible to make the expenditure ot Representative encn nutmiunni pr line lor and hav iTtnight Into existence of Ohio county. Sub- mary Election, Saturday, Augutt 4, Thc department has received post-- , America's war bill 100 per cent, Obltuiirko, lleeolutlnuniinil L'iirl.ITIiinlH. ject to tho Primary Klectlon Satur- 1917. nurtured Into the bloom ot woman-- 1 money In ntlviinir. line, Information that Americans aro flclellt. day, August I, 1017. or Thanh Not la lor Kerli-fr. hut iithi-- distantly manhood have sought fields . Wo arc authorized to announco the in Germany and has asked Tor a All the Allies will bo included In ilrcrtlecnipnli'. ftolii-- r line. removed from the old nrr-!hc-,u We are authorized to announce tho candidacy of E. E. TINSLEY for tho cominHnkntUiiii will rei!v- - m side nnd to such the death of thc old ful1 ami definite statement ot the Im- the scope of tlio commission under the Anonymou pcrlal Government's utlltude concern- - present plan, Including Japan. Tlio candldany of J. D. HIM for tho Re- Republican nomination for Jailor of Mention Ono nt homo is not so much missed, publican nomination for Representa- Ohio county. Subject to the Prluin-'r- y International agreement to make tho tive tit Ohio County. Subject to" tho Election, August 4, 1917. but It Is altogether different when ' lug their departure. It Is pointed out this Government programmo effective has not yet Primary Klectlon, Saturday, August 1S3 tho little old woman whom the always Svmatorlan.4 , boon concluded, hut probably will he I, 1017. has acted promptly on appli-We arc authorized to announce the -- .... C5 stooped old man speaks to ns'Mn, or J7txrro' Swtvial candidacy of H. A. LEE for the Recation of German subjects to ,lcavc ready for the signatures of the varl- H-- i away. nmylio Mothc . pauses For Cottnly Judge. publican nomination for Jailer ot jous Ambassadors within a short tecU that lie has lost just about all the United States. We nre authorized to announco the Ohio county. Subject to the Primary FRIDAY Tho department's protest Is based tlmo. candidacy of MACK COOK for tho Election, .August 4. '1917. he has in tlio world when she has Cv legislation may bo sought to Republican nomination for Jinlgo of gone and only his lonely self, with specifically upon tho cases ot two' employes of an electrical vest the cntnmlsion with powers not thc OhloCounty Court. -- Subject to We nro authorized to announce the ot President' Read the account the shadows of the past for tho com Americans, tho Primary Election, Saturday, Au- candidacy of .1. T. WEDDING for the Kentucky, on the panionship, broken by the departure company nt Antwerp. The names have' conferred by present laws, Monroe's visit to gust 4, 1017. Republican nomination for Jailer of withheld. It Is not believed that last rige of this number. Subject to tho PrimaOhio county. of his second nature, his other self If been tlicro nre ntoro than fifty or seventy-- ' announco tho ry Election, August 4, 1917. Oklahoma 1otter. Wo aro authorized to ; please. Tho sanio is"" true when Soldiers mi While Pershing and his fivo Americans In all Germany if. SnllUaw,. Okla. Editor Republl- - candidacy of It. It. WEDDING for lho wrinkled nnd stooped old man ' Judge failed to find Villa and Co., ho Is who Is called Pa., or Is it Father? Is HieVo aro that many. can, Hartford, Ky: I am fending the Rrc Jlillcau nomination forSubject We nre authorized to announce 11m N County Court. candidacy of CHARLEY JOHNSON more than likely to bump Into Kaiser All effort to obtain any Information herewith check to pay for subscrlp- - of thc Ohio to thc Primary Election, saiuruay, for the Republican nomination for ailed Into tho great beyond, leavlnn men nt Antwerp tlou to your paper. I yet have some August 4, 1017. Hill's Folks In France. Mother to go tho balance of the as to why tho two Jailer of- - Ohio county. Subject to havo not been nllowed to depart llae' interest in Ohio county and her nf- the Primary Election, Saturday, Au' good growing weather, Journey alono, tho tho years may not falled. A season of Wo aro authorized to announco the gust 4, (917. fairs, though I have been away quito i candidacy of 11. II. MARTIN for the another god rain or so, and Old Man be many, yet to licriln the enforced I feel that I can be of ser- Tho department's statement Living is scheduled to loneliness, time drags heavily and one nouncing tho protest, directs ntten-- vice to a few citizens of the county Republican nomination for Judge of High Cost of ' We nro authorized to announco trm year is as many. tho Ohio County Court. Subject to goj. a stiff punch on tho Jaw. Hon to tho fact that no obstacle ha thout August I, next, ns I have n the Primary. Election, Saturday, Au- candidacy of C. A. SMITH for the Republican nomination for Jailer of . linen Jllaeeil in tho WnV or Germans "anil rlvnr" linrlf tlml 1 nml lnt gust 4, 1917. That Von Hlndenbcrg line must bo Tho IViks antl rcnwPhlilii. Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary wishing to lenvo America. This gen-- November that some one will need. of lho best grado rubber, it has been Washington. May -- 3. The Ucpul) - ,eraUy wng constructcd ns an inti We aro nutnonzed to announco the Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. if i COuld be Lieutenant Canteen Car- and twisted ican Publicity Association, tliroush j shortened, lenghtened ,, finls, candidacy of .1. A. DEI.ia.MY for the r, .. ror , woul(, como ;lck maton tlmt poine nicaauro of We nro authorized to announco the Republican nomination for Judge of so ntuch since first being heard of. its President. Hon. Jonathan Bourne, , j nT,ght ,)0 ndopte(, , u,0 wmf wth c ThoinM. J the Ohio County Court. Subject to candidacy of WORTH TICIIENOR y gave out tho following Jr., Ignoring You see I liave been in bono dry ter-th- o tho Primary Election, Aug. 4, X917 for thc Republican nomination for that Germany persists in ' jne war Department, uas statement at Its "Washington Hend- Jailor of Ohio caunly. Subject to right of Americans to leave ritory "lo these many years" nnd no tho ago at which Volunteers may be quarters: We are authorized to announco tho the Primary Election, Saturday, Auamount of prying will product) moist- her territory. accepted In the Regular Army five candidacy of .SILAS h. STEVENS for gust 4, 1917. "Some peoplo seem to have acIt is regarded as prohablo that Uro enough to make "spit." i years further in the rear of our age, quired the Idea that newspapers are tho Republican nomination for Judge might plead dilllculties prtI am going to join tho editor in his of tho Ohio County Court. Subject We are authorized to nnnounce the which now makes If eight years be- opposed to tho censorship provision Germany aented by the' conduct of military admonition to tho candidates, to to thp Primary Election, Saturday, candidacy of .1.- - W. PERRY for tho hind us. of the espionage hill because It would operations and promise that tho right keep out Republican nomination for Jailer or of mud slinging in the cam- - August M 1917. work Injury to them. Our corresOhio county. Subject to tho Prineglect to register on Juno pondence with editors and pcrsunl to leave would be granted as soon as palgn before tho primary aud evcry-Biic- u Don't to announco We are movement does not Interfere, body be ready "to support tho winners, candidacy authorized SMITH for tho mary Election, Saturday, August 5th., at your regular place ot voting of papers from all parts ot the countho 4, 1917. WINSON of with military operations. iThe only partiality I shall show Is to Republican nomination for Judgo of It you he within the age contemplated try convinces us this is not the case, yourSubject to Is nothing in tho Informix- - say success to tho only (cenboredl the Ohio County Court. There We aro authorized to nnnounce the by the law, as failure to present and for several reasons. the primary Election, Saturday, Au- candidacy of P. M. DROWN for the Yours, truly, tlou reaching tho State Department in the ring. is likely to bring trouble to tho self a censorship law were enforced that Indicates mistreatment of Amerigust 4, 1917. "If Republican nomination for Jailer of G. W. L.EWELL.E.V. Authorities and Is certain to land you against all papers equally, It would Ohio county Subject to tho Prlmn-r- y cans. in trouble. We are authorized to announce the Election, Saturday. August 4, work no special hardship upon any. 1817 MORE .MKX FROM KY. candidacy of I,.' II. TK'HKNOR for 1917. ' suiter It Is not presumed that more than They wouldsuffered no injury different Sharpen Everything Rut your Wit.. VOR REGULAR ARMY NEEDED the Democratic nomination for Judge by all tho Amerifrom that of tho Ohio County Court. Subject one out of every 20, who registers on Plow points ground on short no- For Assessor. can people. Newspapers would lose We tire authorized to announce the Tho War Denartmont has announc- - to tho Primary Election Saturday, Juno Glh., will bo selected to make none, tlco by power driven tools. All kinds August 4, 1917. of their subscribers or adyer- candidacy of D. I.'. WARD for tbo up the first half million for tho army of woodworkljj, nnd blacksmithlng "'d that one month after tho passage Republican nomination for Assessor nf'Tinolf. snmni.1. with the Bov from ,teer8 and thcro wouId be no mater done to your satisfaction. Service of the Army Bill the regular army County Attorney. For of Ohio county. Subject to tho PriIn in street sales. should bo recruited to war strength tho farm standing tho poorest chance Ial diminution aro authorized to announce the mary Election. Saturday, August 4. unexcelled. We iact, a newspaper man a worn woum by voluntary enlistments and that candidacy of A. D. KIRK for the Re- 1917. to bo hclected. GILLESPIE BROS.. be lessened if he were content to take v enlistments after April 1 will be con- publican nomination for County AtHartford, Ky. 38tt Wo wish to publically thank Col. only such matter as a censor's ofllco sidered In raising that number. The torney of Ohio county. Subject to For Magistrate. mm the Primary Election, Saturday, AuWe nre authorized to nnnounce tho most excellent jchoso to give. Louisville district has been subdivid- gust 4. 1917. J. II. Thomas for tho TWO AMERICAN NURSES candidacy of W.'C. DAUOHERTY for paper he edited last week, but pri-- j "But neither tho American peoplo KILLED ON SH1PHOARD ed and each subdlstrlct will be extlio Republican nomination for Juswo would like to cuss him for nor thc editors can or should bo vately pected to furnish men as follows: For County Court Clerk. tice of Peace, Roslno Magisterial DisWo are authorized to announce the trict some things ho said about us. But satisfied with any such limited and Subject to tho Primary ElecNow York, May 21. Two Ameri- City of Louisville, 1,076; Owensboro you know Its against pur rules to ever 'unfair presentation ot news regard-cus- s can urscs, members of an American subdlstrlct, 410; Paducah subdistrlct candidacy of W. C. RLANKENSHIP tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. for tho Republican nomination for lug public business. It is quite poss ambulance corps on its way to France 3C4; Hopkinsvillo subdlstrlct, 2S7; County Court Clerk of Ohio county out an Editor. We are authorized to nnnounce ible that public officials nre sometimes for service, were killed on board an Bowling Green subdlstrlct, 21 G; Subject to the Primary Election, of .IAS. A. DOLING for tho Tho Authorities at Washington subjected to unfair treatment In pub- - American armed steamship when Glasgow subdlstrlct, 130; a total of Saturday, August 4, 1917. Republican nomination for Justice or have figured out thut Ohio County, to nation ot news, but It is absolutely pieces of a shell fired by a naval gun 2,474. the Peace, Sulphur Springs District. We are authorized to announco take Its share of the War, or Liberty certain that if the administration crow in practice ricochcttcd from the From April 1 to May 15 the various candidacy of M. F. CRUMLEY for the Subject to the Primary Election, Satthe Uonds, must purchase about $250,-00- 0 hnd power lo control news sources, water's surface and scattered among subdlstrlcts furnished men, less re- Republican nomination for County urday, August 4. 1917. So far only facts given publicity would be Imworth of them. a group of nurses and surgeons. A jections as follows: Louisville, 405; Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject We aro authorized to announce about $1,000 worth of the bonds have mensely more unfair In favor of pub- third nurse was seriously wounded. Owensboro, 40; Paducah, 108; Bowl- to the Primary Election, Saturday, of K. W. JACKSON for August 4, 1917. applied for. beon t; lic olflcials than they aro now unfair Hopkinsvillo, Tho steamship sailed on Saturday ing Green, tho Republican nomination for Justwenty-one- , twenty-five- ; Glasgow, .. a . . evening for Europe. With her Hag at Wo are authorised to nnnounce the tice of tho Peace, Beaver Dam Disiti r ino uoumry. ami umo uiuiuy m ..Tho sma am, 8llbgtanco ot the at half mast she made into an American total of C57. candidacy of L. II. COXDIT for the trict. Subject to tho Primary Elecparticular should not. must not for-i,- 0 of I0 presH( M wo ga(hep u port this morning bringing the bodies for County tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. The following number of men Republican nomination get that June Gth, from 7 a. m.. lo y Uij8. &mm aTQ agnnBt (Uctntor. of tho dead nurses. Thcsp wers should volunteer and be accepted for Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject Woare.aulliorlzed to announce 9 0'clock, p.m.. is the time and date, to the Primary Election, August 4, s,lpj whcthcr that dctatorship afsteamship will service, between May 1C nnd June 1917. of M. II. CHOWDER for ter the registration ot each and every fcctg t,Jelr Qwn bus,ness or nny other brought ashore. Tho lho Republican nomination for JusIS; Louisville, 405; Paducah depart at an unnamed time. male inhabitant throueho.it the eu- -. ,)USntS8 tice of tho Peaco, Roslno Magisterial-district- . whcn Ul0 Treasury De. 25C; Bowling Green Tho accident happened about 2:30 For Sheriff. tiro country, who Is of and beyond partment tHed t0 , tho B,gBB Banli o'clock yesterday afternoon. A gun Wo are authorized to announco the Election, Subject to the Primary 15S; Owensboro subdlstrlct, Saturday, August 4, 1917. tho ago of 21 years and not 31 or out Q bu5,Iies3 tll0 ress wag agall)8t 370; Hopkinslvllo subdlstrlct, 253; candidacy of . A. RALPH for the at the stem was being used. An ovc RepMican nomination fur Sheriff of tlio Department, not because It had We are authorized to announco lho of made by ono of thc shlp'3 Glasgow subdlstrlct, 109, any particular interest In the Rigg-- ofilcers was that when a shell struck 1,817, required by tho War Depart- Ohio count. Subject to tho Pri- cnudidney of W. S. DEAN for the Remary Election, Saturday, August 4. publican propofc. d postal rate upo'i If tho nomination for Justlco ot ' Hank but because It Is opposed to tIl0 wator a)0Ut 175 feet from the ment. 1917. second cIueb matter goc3 thru It tho Peaco, Sulphur Springs Magisterdictatorship over banking. When tlio vessel tho centrifugal force caused ial district. Subject to tho Primary melius that Country sheets HUe the Federal Reserve Uoard attempted to I'livcllInK Postponed. We are authorized to announce the Election, Satiudtiy, August 4, i,its 0f the steel to fly back on. ship-to- ll 1917. Republican nnd H.iruld will be (.ailed t oxerclses which cnndldacy of S. A. RRA'l'OIIER for Tho unveiling the banks they ought not Invest board. Ono of tho yhlp's officers was uO more pc r w upon tor about Wo nro authorized to announce the news- - standing besldo tho nuresos and was wcro to havo taken placo at tho Leo tho Republican nominal Inn for SherIn certain British securities, iff ot Ohio county. Subject to When we aro now paying faiuiBhiug imitnrii nnV tlio Ttnnril tn trick Tint .. .. t.- ejiilidnoy of S. W. LEACH for tho Tomb, Sunnydalo, under nunplcoa of " Election, Saturday, August It ;:"! llcnn nomination for JtiMlcc or ", prlcts lor ivpriliiic that goes into '" , ri " I5rlt- - I W. O. W., wcro pobtponod until 4, 1917. "" f "y 1,leresti . two Red Cross, nurses killed tho b(Jacl"0 l the Ivaco, lloaver Dam Magisterial v the makeup of a p.u.er it loo.ts h.ud Mi securities, but becnuso they are !l ni't. 0n tho American steamer, referred to July 22nd, next. Subject to the Primary to meet, and to us'unjiHt. We would transportation jn tlio foregoing dispatch, were Edith Wo nro authorlrcd to announce the Eii.'tiou, Saturday. August 4, 1917. against food dictators, bo called upon for tiom $105 :o candidacy of G. I'. JO.NF.H lor thf lAyrcs.nml 'Helen Burnett Woods, BRITISH CAl'TURH NEW dictators and political dictators. $125 per jear, Fptei.i! tax, in addi"ANTI-TANW" are authorized to announco the. (JU.N'S" Republican nomination lor Shcrifi "Absoluto freedom of tho press Is both of Chicago nnd attached to base of Ohio county. Subject to tho Pri- candidacy of .1. Y. HAGERMAN for tion to tlmt wo are now paJng. y against es- - hospltnl No. 12. tlio only safeguard London, May 20. Germany's wnr mary Election, Saturday, August 4. the Democratic nomination 'for Jub-tlc- o 1917. of tho Peace, Hartford MagisterPresident Wilson nnd Kaisor Will-la- tahllshment of all sorts of dictator- j Inventors havo devised a new form or tho, WOULD SPEND TEN ial District. Subject to tho Primary i u;riad I'pi'ii one ship, ostensibly in the hands have tit guns. wcaijo'n known as "anti-tan- k of Wo aro authorized to announco the Election, Saturday, Aug. 4, 1917. RILLION DOLLARS A YEAR thing, that Is that Col. Roosevelt and President but In reality In tho hands! I'hec r.innon nro used acrlns 'ho candidacy ot S. E. DENNETT for the of bureaucrats put on live public pay- - J his four dlvlhlotib ought not bo perWe aro authorized to nnnounco lug" firmed and armoured nionste.-vh;- h Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Subject to tlio Prlmnry cnndldnoy of ,1. H. DANIEL for thv battle roll as a reward for polllcal service. , Washington, May 23 Plans for mitted upon the European Mio British havo hcn using Ohio county. Election, Saturday, August 1, 1917, front The worst tuituro of tho If tho. administration could secure 'an Allied purchasing board aro nomination for Justice results on tho of thp censorship law It ing drawn to Include purchases for with such excellent "anti-tankof tho Peaco, Hnrtlotts Magisterial' wliolo business K our President had gun " western front. Tho Tor. Stipci iuteiidcut. District. Subject to the Primary-Electionstop the proceedings wants, all tho rest of Its programme tho American army and navy, csll-- Is a to personal d weapon, Note Women wno nro legally Saturday, August 1, ion?" limited ut approximately $3,500,000.-"S- o autocratic rulo would ho easy. and liken it to dramatic action, which hurling a shell with tremendous pow- qualified, nro entitled to veto for far ns we havo observed, 'ooo lor tho first year.of war. The Wo aro authorized lo nnnounco the is not calculated to leave th moot er. A number of them have been cap- School Superintendent in both Pricandidacy of ED SHOWN for tho pleasant taste in tho mouths of the editors bellovo In government by law plan, as tentatively outlined, would tured by tho Drltish forces on tho mary and Final Election.. Republican nomination for Justico thousands u:ul thoiifands who were They tire willing to bo responslblo piaco a purchasing power of approx-und- Arras front. We aro nuthorlzcd to announco the ot tho peace. Hartford .Magisterial' libel law3. They bollevo in Jmntcly $10,000,000,000 a year In willing and anxious to go nnd tako candidacy K. S. HOWARD for the District. Subject to - tho Primary transportation, the hands of a slnylo commission, regulating part In thin, which Is now our war, laws Pool Wool Sold. Republican nomination for Superin- Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. hoarding of food, banking, nnd num-- j nro that this tremen. Judications us much eo as it is Europe';;. All persons who havo wool for tendent of Schools ot Ohio county, e. erous other Important lines of purchasing power will bo Wo uro authorized to nnnounco bale may deliver at Reaver Dam Subject to the Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Hut neither tho editors cl In ono man who will havo under Wednesday, May 30th, pooled or of Q. n. DROWN for tho death! . Republican nomination for Jubtlco ot Whllo as a matter of coun3, meas- nor any consldernblo number of oth- - h3 command an army ot trained oxSILAS STEVENS. Wo nro authorized to announco tho tho Peaco, Rockport District. Subured as tho worldTnoks at- deuth, the er people bellovo In establishing die- -' pcltsi 'nmlllar with nil American t candidacy ot MRS. I. S. .MASON for ject to tho Prlmnry Election, Satur- markets. Tho progrnmmo 1ms pro- -' RUSSIA HAH NO COVETOUS loss of young and ordinarily viger-ou- tutorships by delegating to admtnlst tho Republican nomination for Super- - day, August 4th., 1917. END IN VIEW MINISTER SAYS Womanhood or Manhood U not tratlve ofilcers tho dlscrotlonnry pows'gressed to. u stage where ofllcluls to bu compared with the death of the or to make rules prescribing from hiwe in mind the man for tho place, Washington, May 22. Foreign Foreign Affairs," says tho communi- or any covetous oifd In tho present Determination to includo the needs ngeil, yet to mo, death of the old Is. day to day what tlio American peoplo '0f tho Aemorlcan army and navy In Minlbtcr Tercschtenko of Russia in a cation, "I hasten to say how highly contest. Tho war is carled on to the sadest ot all deaths, speaking may or may not do." ' " i the rcntrallzeil purchasing hoard ha3 cabled note to tho Stnto Department 'the wliolo Ruslan democracy is In secure tho freedom of tuitions-nnfrom a general standpoint. It Is like 'ivirtuallj been agreed upon and lho today gives assurance on behalf of spired with tlio sentiment of full to nchlu've unlvcrslul lasting peace tho felling of tho giants of the forAmerican .Medical ITnlt. est, tho stately oak which has withLondon, Muy 23. Tho American (iiuincioiw dotails involved are at the new Ministry thut Russian dem- solidarity with tho great republic, effectively guaranteed against all stood tho gulori of many, many, medical unit under command ot Maj; present In process of formulation. It ocracy Is inspired with a spirit of which, true to Its traditions of lib- later attacks. "I am gjad to find that 1hi?se lofty tiimpoktcous soasoim. TIkj parting of Harry L. cnichrjut which reached la understood tlmt tho programmo nclldurlty with tho United States and erty, has espousesd tho can do ot the two, who have gone thru two or England last week was received by calls foi tho purchtiso ot arms, mu - Uko America Is .carrying on thownr coalition for tho defeuso ot Justluu principles, which wero so eloquently y formulated In America, are striking three score of years u ronstunt Kltlg uoorgo I'l tiu i" muni" mu mvuuiu vi iuiviuiis unu aud right. ai UUCKItlgllum lllliuuu ui.u an iiwhtihiu "Llko the United Stales, emanci- (a warm, unanimous echo In tree nnd dully companions, almost looks Palnce, Ambassador Putso presented physlclnl waging of war by experlo wwling pence, .of the Navy and WaiDepartmenta, ' "Hy illrectlon of tku MInlttry of pated Russia Is not. seeking conquest Russia, now mistress of her destiny." like the brcnklni; of' thc lust or the Aukt!uis. Hartford Republican. s to hum-- ! Hint Mn.lH those who llvo ntittv Tlin iiiilnrpfl for halt n century la rniiRtntii com-- 1 strongest cord liirnif JLIUP ini; DCWfl AIYlLllluAlltJ ML UlJllU ... i rather thnn ANNOUNCEMENTS. "A Nr el, t; iht n- - .... i- tf-lio- r ' i 1 ' to-da- ,.,, , V. - i V m . j fifty-eigh- . -- , , sub-distri- ct, sub-distri- tal s ( r--. j '5 T'i...l $ K to-da- m -- ot , short-barrele- cr jt cn-'do- us vwt-terprls- o-- rs ' iua-hu- p lo-un- u-- ': New slilpmcht of loose garden seed. ILKR'S GROCERY. STRAY STREAKS. t J I t IN DEMAND! For tho I IiobI Ico cream freezer on UHOS. .earth, nt tpek bottom prices, seo ACTON (By Fluke McFluke.) Mr. F. L. Felfk returned the first Most nny tldiO wave mny bring mo of tho Week from Louisville, after nnd If boat. apciKlliiR sovcrnl days there. Wijl tho wnr tax on dress goods Mrs. J. A. Hocker of nenr town, underwent an operation nt tho make Pklrts higher this yenr? The Keds are a big, new, American family of joy- - . Owcnsboro City Hospital recently Is After n week's lay off for repairs, making canvas rubber-sole- d reported n doing nicely. shoes. They are easy nro rgnln putting on Services' will ho conducted nt the Kd, Jim & and comfortable to get along with and are liked Baptist Cfiurch hero, Sunday morning their high class movie photos. wherever they go. The past week lias nnd evening by tho Hev. Presley Lieut. B. L. Harnett Is trying In made u big inroad in iWhlttaker, of South Hill, Ky. Buy Keds Keds have good lines, give proper supsoini' v.ny to biklgo tho chasm twlxt Sight restored to the blind alour Wash Goods de for Comfort port, are light weight and comfortable. here end Itockport nnd then be most, by our method of testing eyes, to watch the far end ofthn partment, bU fortu- - atmranlecd. J. U. TAPPAN, stiucture. Keds are shapely and attractive. Men's Buy Keds 4514 Jewolcr & Optician. nately wo are well pie- are good looking women's are pretty and for Style JIr. John T. Mooro nnd Mrs. Mooro It Is wild that Tlnslcy, the fishy pared to take oaro of X graceful, and children's are wonderful nnd daughters, who were summoned' Kdltor. ninde Thomas the temporary play shoes. your wants. Wo have here by the Illness nnd death of Col. Editor of lust week, como across with W. II. Moore, returned to their home two twists of fine Ihoin. . tobacco, a "Huss-ell's- " The leputation of the largest rubber Buy Keds In rjllzabcthtown Tuesday. barlow knife, two collar butmanufacturer in the world is back of each for Economy John Ross Taylor, Raymond Felix, tons and lfi cents In money, all pair. Materials and workmanship the best. Edward Likens, Homier, Mooro nnd Thomas bad, in order to get TlnHley Hnndnll Wuttcrson of this place, liavo dismiss contemplated llblo proceedThe tops of Keds are made of a specially gono to Howling Oreon, to remain ings from his mind. Buy Keds woven, fine grade of canvas, and the in thru tho strawberry season. for Wear soles of leather. ? Located For Good. New PoUitoes, Will havo J Henna, Tomatoes,y J know of ono gent who hascu't Peas, Cabbage, A n.lnly Mull nioute and Striking PlalJ SVtit Onions, radishes and lcttusc. Fruit been r.tiUldu the slato It Intoxication 'w l McCll Patttim No. , tSe many ntw dcilcni lor June Pineapple, Bananas, Oranges nnd l a (.uarlcr of a century. A Lemons. ILEIl'S GROCERY. .VOILES An endless variety in plains and fancies--- , Grlggsby in Mt. Cai inel. Mr. Ira D. Dean, nftcr completing Dad Grlggsby Is ceitalnly attending 'from 15c to 75e per yard. his spring trip on tho road, in tho . mmi uiWest and Southwest, for a New York church while visiting relatives in Mt. I LAWNS and ORGANDIES A complete stock ami Clothing concern, returned to his Carmel, III., ns n bean of tho cheaper variety Mas found in tho contribution just the Minterial that is best suited to hot J homo hero tho first of tho week. box of ono of tho churches there last weather, Sir. K. "C.Napier, nftcr spending Sunday. . 0 several days hero with his brother READY-TO-WEABoy' Wash Suit?, at T5r to Hev. Napier, and at Heaver Dam, Earliest Warfare. $1.00. Children's Wash Drosses, 50c to 81 25 with his mother and family, has reCapt. A. jJ. Harnett was home turned to his homo nt Scottsville. Ladies' Bungalow Apions, 75e to fcl.CO. Chi'dien somo days ago, nnd on'bunching his and Lidie.s' Wash Hats, 25c. Ladios Wash I Herry D. Walker, a private in Co. belongings nnd equipment for return II, arrived bore Tuesday to spend a to tho Wnr Cnmp the Cifpt. observed 00 to Crepe do Chine Waists, few days with his mother and fam- that he had an excess of baggage and ily. Herry Is recuperating from a something must bo left behind. $2.00 to 5.00. Georgette Crepu Waists, $8.00 to rather severe case of nneumonla. Among other things was a'fine fish0.00. Ladies' Coats, $3.9S to 12.60. Coat . tnw tilo TMirnr. fnfirl ing rod, reel and rifle, with which Iln.'n ou us, 10 $z;.ui 1 harness you could masacre nn enemy a mile Ono No. work mares. marc, ono general utility horse. Will away. At subsided into serious meJ McCall Patterns in stock. Samples sent on lequest. Call on somo minutes, then fond-lDon't send your money away. Trade with your home sell reasonable.satisfy you W. E. Ellis ditation for tho rod and reel, passingy in quality, and ho will clutched merchant. stylo and price. 44tf tho rifle back to be stored away. o"; -! hT a student Mr. Willis- LtfolTs,-whIlTCOi;PCnATX35 llcnns Galore. in the Louisville Dental College, will; Beyond doubt or question, this arrive hero on June 2nd., for a few days visit wltti friends and relatives Durg contains more Beans than any before Joining his parents, Mr. and other square mile platted upon the Mrs. James Lyons, of Ulackwell, map of tho known world, old man Hurbank would succumb with envy Okla. 'who has If ho could look in on this Hamlet Mrs. J. W. OHJannon, been visiting friends and relatives and see our variety of Deans, "frlen-stancct we havo tho M. Bean, Doc in Hartford and Ohio County, during tho past three weeks, will leavo here Ucait, Johnio Bean, Tommy Bean and Sec, Eck IUal for Garden Ureaklng for Guthrie, where she a dozon- - others with different first and light hauling. 37tf will spend a few days before return- names, none of which havo ever been ftftftftAftftftftdft'ftA Host Itubber Roofing known to contain bugs, except it be Acton ing to her homo nt Mays Lick, Ky. ? MAY 25 l'ltlDAY tho variety known ns tho M., tho Hros., Hartford, Ky. W. D. Mooro of New York, who was somo mny bo hard to string. Mr. L. C. Taylor, Matanzas, was called hero on nccount of the death tu, II. A 8T. Ii. II. n. TDIK TABLE. ? o of his father, W. H. Moore, last week TWO DIG DAYS oTODAY AND p. m. hero on business Wednesdays & No. 113 duo at Ellmitch 8:32 Miss VenuT'Dukcr returned Wed- left hero Tuesday for Ellzabethtown, TOMOmiOW ILEIl'S GROCERY No. 110 due at Ellmitch 7:30 a.m. spend a fow days with whero ho will No. 112 Lv. EUmltch .. 3:40 p.m. nesday from Howling Green, where his brother, John T.., and family, too lbs., White Cano Sugar $ 0.75 Ar. Irvington .. C:36 p.m. she had been for a few days. GCt our prices on after which he will return to his too lbs., Dark Cano Sugar $ 0.25 Uio Fly! p.m. bull Lv. Irvington .. 6:C6 home. 1 Can Pure hog lard $13.00 Ar. Loulsvlllo . 7:40 p.m. Illack and Galvanized Screen Wire. Mr. Charles T. Evans, of Kentucky I HbL, Best flour ACTON UHOS., $14.75 No. Ill Lv. Loulsvlllo .. 8:35 a.m. Started Regular Trips Between Chris- I Hue hen feed l'leldj Secretary of Hartford, Ky. $ 4.00 ti Ar. Irvington ...10:06 a. m. II- Matches and soap Sc each while tUentty Hancock7roturned to his tian Endeavor Extension Committee. Lv. Irvington ..10:40 a.m. Church, thoy last on this salo and then you W.ll bo at tho Chrlstlnn y .1:04 p. m. work near Howling Green, Ar. Ellmitch June 6(li. There will be a program will have, to pay more. Remember " M., II. & E. R. II. TIME TABLE. after spending a few days hero with In tho afternoon and ho will lecture there will lie no more 5c soap when WEDNESDAY, MAY 16. his family. South Hound, No. 115 at night. H 'a earnestly requested I close out whnt I havo now. 3:46 a. m. Duo at Hartford Mrs. I. P. Barnard, of I Mr. and ? that tho members of all Churches I havo somo cheap can goods too. Leaving Beaver Dam at 7:00 a. m. and 3:30 p. in. North Hound, No 11 Loulsvlllo, wero hero yesterday to como out nnd hear this man. 10 lbs., Peabury coffeo $2.25. C:C5 p. m. attend tho funeral and burial of Mrs. Duo at Hnrtford Returning arriving at lieaver Dam at 10:30 a. m. i 10 lbs., good coffeo $1.85. The war Having purcluibud tho (Both "Mixed Trains.) J. C. Riley. JJ j 41 and 0:30 p. m. restaurant heretofore run by L. T. tax will coon go on coffee. Glenn Tlnslcy left hero Wednesday, Tlllnv. nn Mnln Ktrppt. I will lift clml 7 lbs., KCg Soda 25c. .,. for Akron, Ohio, whero he expects to , )1I1V. , f Yn I havo 10 bags of sugar 10 bbls., rnll lb wVk In a Kubber Factory, during tho , ovoryth,ng ncat, Ienty t0 eat of Hour nnd 10 cans of lard that I DriponnQl MonfQ .urn... tl1(j courteous treatment alwny3. will sell nt thnt prico so tho first INCOIU'OHAELD cSk Mr. W. S. Mooro, a student In IC Konicmbor tho placu near Star ccmes will get tho goods. wjrvfvwrMfvfv-m and Social Eucnts, f S. U who was hero to attend tho Theater. '' tvr.t r o t or cvt4t noorwfvrrrsrrN rwrsnrws.rul. J. A. ILER'S GROCERY. I 9ffVS?WV VWVWV VWWWW WV WVW3Vg q-- C of his grandfather, relumed burial Hartford, Ky., to Leilngton yesterday. Wool IllillKS BlR Pile?. Among "others attending tho fun- Cadiz, Ky., May 23. Tho best of monoy which Rafferty had hidden Schools ot tho city of Lexington and Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W. Ulloy rcturn- - ,W4.. nt TVTra .1 C VlWiw llorrt vpafnr- nrnl W. ..... W. W. ..WJ, .....v Acton Hro?. for Furniture. cd Tuesday night trom North Vcrn-,uiwero Mr. ana"" Mrs. It. C. Ilud-01- price that was ever paid for wool in under a bureau. Tho stocking con- is n Fchool man of wido experience rroL Bruner wus bom and reared Ind., whoro they had spent a few 8on njr. nnd Mrs. Noble Hudson, this section was received by tho Trigg tained $300.08, of which 272 was in Get your plows from Acton Hros. days with Mr. nnd Mrs. G. W. Leeds. i Messrs A. T S.' W. and Jefferson County Wool Growers. Tho high dimes and nlckles and tho rest in In Ohio county, near Whitcsville, and M. T. Likens has plenty of Ico foi Misses Mao Whlttlnghlll and Eva , Hell, Sam Holbrook, Buford, E F. prico of CGVC- cents per pound was soven mechanical banks which can R is n pleasure to havo ono of Ohio iiale. paid for clear ere.iso wool, G2 not bo opened until thoy contain ?20. County's Sons, who has made good, Duller, nftcr spending a weok hero .ThomusBon, Mrs. A II. Itownn, Mrs. For tho best "Coal Oil Stovo inado with friends, returned to their homes Fannlo Foley, Mrs Mlunlo Moseley, cents foresight hurry wool and 57 It took tho court attendants, with (succeed Prof. Brown, who has built cents for hard hurry wool. Bidders tho police assisting, ono hor to count up tuuh a splondld school hero. We sco Acton Hros. Hay-de- n 'at Trlsler and Shrove, last Monday. LIvermoro, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hopklns-vill- e, tho money nnd put enough change in nntlclpatc for tho school a continu' Will pay 30c for eggs and 2Cc for and Mrs. Mack Riley, Maxwell, wero hero from Louisville, Ono combination K. of I LOST Princeton, Glasgow mid other tho banks to get tho coin out of them. ance of eiicess and Interest, under ILEIl'S GROCERY. butter. Masonic Watch Charm, between my Mr. and Mrs. N. Salmon, Llvla, & the charge of our new Principal. Brlco Ileflln, Willis Hoflln of points, but tho highest bids on nil store. Finder plenso reMr.. C. T. S. Overton, Ccntcrtown, homo and m three grade. of wool was mudo Jjy s Fluo Barn UiirneO. wr.lch Hcniu, Mr. and Mr3. M. M. Hardwoll, turn to A. R. Carson uud rccolvo During tho electrical" etorra was hero on business yesterday. Block Bros,, produce dealers of this v BRITISH TRANSPORT Taylor Mines. place, .who wero tho purphascrs of vlsltofi this locality on Mouday nlftli:, A. K. Auderson nnd family spont TRANSYLVANIA SUNK Hnvo plcuty"of Icoon hand. Will tho ontlro p.ol of about Miss Evelyn and Mazlo Clark of Owens-bor2,500 HglU'itng etruck and fired tho llqe last Sunday with relatives in Sunnydalo went to Howling Groen d Oliver Ico here In town, nt tho uud grain barn of Bond Bi'o- pounds. London, May 24. Tho British ., GOc; prices: first of tho week, whoro they havo thefj, just across tho River, rom transport Transylvania was torpedood Seo W. entered tho Bowline Green Business 25c; less than charged nt Farming Tools for sale. Hartford. A largo (lunnlty of hay, on May 4 with tho loss ot 413 per-"II" Company Mote. ' rate GOc per 100. Whero you do not II. PARKS, Ohio County Dottling College Co. II, 3rd. Inft., Ky. N. G., which corn nud ouo lino mulo wero with sons. Works. McIIenry, puroliaso books, will charge GOc per has been btatloned ut Spottsvillo, re tho barn completely destroyed. This of Mn. Tho Transylvania was torpedoed iii 75c rate lcf3 ceived orders to join tho Moblizatlou h tho second Iocs ot this character to Commonwealth's Aitornoy, C. E. underwent a rathec serious surgical hundred; 30c the Mediterranean. Smith, Is attending Circuit Court at oporatlon Wedncsdny, but nt press than 'Mbs. Please keep ticket I'ook, Camp at Lexington tho first of thte bo sustained by this firm, recently, Tho following official statemont I Owonsboro. hour was doing as well ns could bo or chnngo ready" for loo man a:i wo week and Is now ut tho latter place. having lost a brirn with 20 odd head wns given out arc c.olng to sell ico strictly mi u Tho Recruiting Headquarters for of muU'S near firoonvlllo, a month Walter Wedding Is at Dunaeo tor . oxpecteu. "Tho Britain transport TranBjiva-niraah basis. This applies to everyone. Co. II, nro yet open hero with Lieut. or so ago. tho Summer, whoro ho Is at work for Miss Muryako Mason, who Is with with troops aboard, was torpodo-c- d m Y.U1 (rtat all nllko. Pleato i'.o not 11. L. Bnrnott In change. nn uncle, Mr. Renfrow. her Grandmother near Buford, for in tho Mediterranean on May 4, HARTFORD COLLEGE exceptions when our nui'i take o Mrs. F. I Follx, who has been tho Summer, spent last weekend losses: HAS NEW PRINCIPAL resulting In tho following to loavo Ico without money ir WQN'T ARREHT CRIPPLE Twenty-nln- o officers nud 373 of other visiting relatives In Loulsvlllo, for hero with her parents, Mr. and Mr. I Call ut lec plant, or Ui'.lB AGAIN IN A IllTItltV ticket. i homo tlmo roturned homo yesterday. I. S. Mason. I fMHlliiff Tho Board of Education, of Hart- - ranK8i lU8 iuoswp-- captain, Llout. rtt.Wor Cn . and imrrlinftA .Miss Wlllyo Smith, wlirieavo hero , W. l Riley, Union City, Toun., 0CIjm, r0(uco U)0 u,gh C0Jt ,lf Now York, May 21. Tho officers ford College, at its session on last s- - Derucll and ono olflcor and ulno of "o crew arrived hero Monday, to bo ut tho nbout tho first of Juno,'for Owens-'n,,,.- ,. of tho Harlem Court and tho pollco of Mmi.tnv .wniilni: elected Prof. Frutik hedsldo of his mother, Mrs. J. C. boro, whero bho has nccepted a po- - j 41K4 tho North SIdo havo Jointly resolved Primer as Sujicrinteiident and Prln 13LL1S ICE OO. .'. n A lleri. with , tho sltlon Rlloy, against nrrestiug nnd urralguiug clpal. to succeed Prof. II. E. Brown, Botty I shall not wed until I can Kecdv Heo Our SwmN. loug.ied. Prof. Bruner comes to uj William Kaffcrty In court again. H. P. MoVror who Is fempornrlly Miinuracturlng Co. Cnno seed, Sudan Grass, German '., located In Akron, Ohio, who was f John 'Wesley Martin, accompanied Rafferty la ti crlpplo, with only ono hlbhly rocommeuded, ho is q. grad- marry a hero. Mario Woll, my dear, Just show homo on account" of tho by his mother, Mrs. John W. Martin, MUletr Soy Beans, Ky. Field Pump-deat- h leg, Ho sells pencils on tho street. uate uf K. S. U. and has had special Miniinoned of his lutlipr, Cul. , W, II. 'of LoEansport, Is hero under treat- - kin, Whlppoorwlll Pcus nnd in fnct Seized on a chargo of disorderly con- - work In tho University ot Chicago. uuy man who proposes to you a . hcJuh) of your yearly expenses and Moore, returned Wthivdny to his mout of Physicians. They nre At tho nil other Held stod in Minium, may bo duct, thu court fixed IiIh ball at ?300. iMiniiK Uio past u years Pi of. Ward If ho doesn't back out, ho'a one. v has been with tho 4: nros. ;il w, n. home of R. U. Martin. jliaa jus daughter biought n btocklngful Brunt work. jWho ( The Keds Family Want to Know Your Folks . : t i : i f I Sr 7793-779- '. 7 ! v !w&Jvf y R t t ! SkiHsSl SOLD BY, tini-.A- .ov t i Zg2Z$& 'at Carson. & Co. Hartford, Ky. AftAft ," Hartford Republican. AAAft ti ATTENTION Be Owensboro and Beaver Dam Owensboro Interurban Bus Line all-Sou- th ... ti ti ti $ 4V ., i g 0YENSB0R0 INTERUKBAN LIKES g W y, ,r. 1, i Mes-dam- -- o. flol-owi- 100-lbs- CO-lb- CO-lb- SinIth CO-lb- to-da- n, ' s '" Anglo-Ameilcn- , , ( Farm Department Slwrtjtpo of Cniii. More home cnniilnc Is being done oa poutlirrn farms this year thnn during nny previous season, and at ihu crltlp.il time there, develops ft ohortace of cans which has sent the.! price sonrliiR and In many localities made It absolutely Impossible to secure cans at any price. Many manufacturers and jobbers have withdrawn all price schedules, and some of them have already announced that they cannot make further deliveries of cans. In this caso buy glass Jars. They can be used successfully In any home canner, and at present prices they are somewhat more economical than tins because they can bo refilled after they are emptied. Don't let the present price of cans and jars prevent you from doing your own canning. All food products are sure to bo high next winter, and you will save double the price In grocery Wilis by putting up for winter use all the foodstuff you can produce yourself on your own farm. I It desirable but vious experlcnco ing, beforo feeding to hogs. It means countrymen. m ... Por details nddresi, with bo allowed MASKER COMMISSIONER'S SALE essential. also that swine should'not references, Box 054, THE CURTIS to run with cows unless tho cows havo PUBLISHING COMPANY, IndependOhio Circuit Court. tuberculin test. Dlsposo passed the 17t2 David P. Hedden, et nl., Plaintiffs, ence Square, Philadelphia. of cattle showing a rcactltn front tho vs. Notlco of Sale. qo la the case of steers or Unknown Heirs of Elizabeth Nof- disease. slugcr, Defendants. other cattle known as "fcedors" It is By vlrture of n Judgment and order FOR FLETCM'-'R'comparatively safe to allow hogs to Circuit Court, follow them, as tho disease is not of salo of tho Ohio term, 1917, in May The Toliatan u te(lneI, very common among these animals, rendered nt its action, for tho pur'tccI. elusive sn ' tr tful Il ylvanu tho above styled lent leciti n on and they usually are sold off tho farm pose of paying a Judgment against W. IRCLE OK SOLDIERS Avciiur, lSih an.l II iilrcet", (IL'AHI) WHITE HOUSE make it a iltiiriMr hcadqiiar' beforo the Idsease, if contracted, de- C. Hedden in favor of G. H. Hedden leti (of InJal cculr, toutlit velops to a point whore their drop-ping- 's for the sum of $22.10, with interesty iaitir, contentions. Schools anil nt C per cent, per annum from Jnn-uar. iJitKO. will bo in fected. Washington, May 20. The White 1st, 19ir, and tho further sum the rowhalin attracts .the All raw garbage, raw slaughter- of $33.31, Judgment In favor of House is now guarded nightly by ot culture aril education. Veople to Stair, War ami house offal, and carasses should be Trlsler Hedden, and the sum of soldiers in khaki, with loaded rifles, Navy Uerae a!o lo many thoroughly cooked beforo they arc $45.00 with Interest from January stationed thirty paces apart completeloints ot historical intrrelt, 1st, 1915, Judgment in favor ot D. H. ly circling tho White House grounds. inaVts this Intel cMtdally atfed to hogs. Prepared tankago from and-th- e tractive to a iliicriniinating pubslaughterhouses is a safe feed, as its Godsey In'thcofsum of fS.OO, lic These aro in addition to the pollco $3S.50 In favor of G. further sum The Pcwlutan rffers rooms "on Involves thorough cook-- It H. Hedden, and for the purpose of gunrd, which was strengthened ti vilh detached bath at $1.50. Corn Is Still King In Ol.l Kentucky. paying the cost of this action and number of days ago. J2.0D an.) up ror terMxat Ion. Kooms with priis very important that every "ifi vate bath, J- - !0. is CS nJ up. skimmed milk, butter-- , cost of sale, I will offer for sale by Two motorcycle men In khaki foluiih imp Write for tou'-farm boy inihls country should know mi k, or whey. Even boiling will not public auction to the h'ighest anil ; extent tho corn crop con- -, best bidder at the Court Houso door, low tho automobilu carrying secret to CLIFFORD U LEV. 15. their eeding value. Lltlier in Hartford, Ohio County, Ky,, mi service men who follow the Presiausnigcr tributes to our national prosperity ' Monday, Juno 4, 1917, (It bolng reg- dent's automobile. "S; Corn is the world's J welfare. and f' J.45 holding ular County Court day) at about the The motorcycle men also rldo with a ilin'l!'!lij rr''" " rrJr'Trrfj greatest cereal crop, because on land tlin,8: hour of one o'clock, p. in., upon a Mrs. Wilson when sho goes out for t1!,t tempauire ior ju minutes to its growth, it will virf,!" C and 12 months, suitablo the fol- horseback exercise. germs of tuberculosis and credit of will kill all about twice as much food per acre as also render harmless stray germs of lowing described property, Mrs. Wilson rides nstride In a nnt-t- y A tract of land on Adams Pork of nnv other era in. Tho United States No Rough Creek, In Ohio County, Ky., mailj' otiier animal diseases. . 1... ..!,. dark riding cosluiux'. n ron III llin TVOrlll 1.. Is tuborculln- - and known Bs the Issac W. and R.e- The President Is not so enthusiasgrowth, as is shown farmer, unlesf his herd hu disease, bacca M. Hedden farm, and supposed tic nbout horseback riding as about ot the tested and free from . the. by the fact that threee-fourth- s . to be 150 acres, more or less. See J goes only about, twice- a ?I1UIIIU I L Vtl J1I3 OniUWIKll 411111V 1UII entire crop is produced here. When his swine. If the skimmed milk Deed Book No. 1, pago 319, Ohio golf, and County Clerk's olllce, and also deed week of we realize further that I comes from a creamery, insist that it G. E. Hedden the world's entire grain crop is corn, be pasteurized there. Get' your neigh- from Jas. Hedden In dnd F. 10, Taul, to W. C. page book it is easy to understand why we have bors to join in such a demand. The 2tV0, excepting out of said land the confollowing boundary, sold become such an important agriculturI milk from tuberculous herd is liable veyed by tho deceased, W. C. and Hedden, al country. Tho annual yield of corn to contaminate all the skimmed milk to S. T. Parton, on September 16, In the United States Is about S3 millin that creamery. 1S9S. ion tons. This is four times as great Beginning nt a chestnut, ash and With tuberculosis eradicated from Used Years as our production of wheat and six your farm, be cautious to prevent Its gum, Morton and Beatty's corner; thence N. 75 poles to a stone; thence times as great 'as that of oats, .the return. Do not bring In new stock N. SO W. 73 poles to a stone; thcuco next most important crops. you are satisfied it Is free from N. 05 W. G4 poles to a stone on a Kentucky is ono of the great corn until I GUaVKANT:RD SKRVICK the disease. ' Mako It your practice branch; thenco down said branch particustates, and has much land per cent Ono hundred to see the slaughterhouse report of with its meanders S. 35 W. 54 pol.es larly well suited to the crop. We pro- hogs in the' yalue. , Special work for W. that are marketed. Ho on the to an ash and elm line; forks ofup Morton's thence duce ten times as much corn as wheat O. W. alert to catch a possible outbreak at said branch with its meanders Morand the tobacco crop has an average beginning. Such methods are ton's line S. about 54 E. 199 W. F. STEVENS, poles one-haas great as its value only about R. F. D. 7. bound to result in a thriving, healthy to the beginning containing CO acres Hartford, Ky. that of corn.' Yet our average yield herd that will attract buyers, who by survey. Representing Continental 2S bushels .per acre, Is but about Also the following boundary sold The Woman's Tonic, now beginning to avoid districts and conveyed by Marble & Granite Co. C. which, however, is approximately the are the deceased tuberculosis Is common. Hedden to Wm. It. Poole on April average yield for the entire country. where 17. 1901. Corn occupies such a large percentage Sold Everywhere Beginning at an elm and ash about ami Millets Are tho Itcst for the pi otitic-tloof tho land Miitable 12 feet south or the spring in D. Hed-de- n' Hay Crops. of grain crops In Kentucky that line; thenco with his line N. WnntH Washington, D. C In the South- 30 east 17'4 poles to a stone; thence 1o increase (he output of food cro3 eastern States tho sweet Horghutns, N. 04 V. S5 poles to a stone In the is chiefly i problem of increasing the grass, millets, ami cowpeas arc otigliial line, C. M. Cooper's line, yield of coin prr acre. There is i.o Sudan the forage crops best suited for sum- thence with his line S. 12i W. 1(50, other crop with which the possibili- mer planting. The transportation poles to a sycamore, gum and beech, i THE J. Q. Morton's corner on a branch,' ties of iiice.s jo I vields are as grrat present conditions, thence with his lino and up said SEWING as with rori. In Mine we can do'ible problem, under a FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE highly important branch with its meanders to Tarl ' promises to be MACHiNB Dieaolved in water for douchei atopf the present average yield. Certainly one. I It is very desirable for this ton's corner; thoncc with his line to OF a peltric catarrh, ulceration and Inflammembers ot '.'cyy' clubs in KentJt' in the South- D. Hedden's corner; thence with his . mation. Recommended by Lydia E. QUALITY.' can learn nothing more important reason that farmers Pinkham Med. Co. for ten yeara. grow sufficient line to tho beginning containing 4"ii acres, be the same more or less. the cron crop o eastern States should than how " A healing wonder for natal catarrh, hay to feed their work stock and I r The purchaser will be required to yields. as to iiiMiro la'.-'ctore throat and tore eyea. Economical. Hu CXUiordmarr rUAR.ina .nt other farm animals Instead of im- execute bond with approved securil NOT .w. SarulnFrfia. 50f. til ilrursiiu. er Kairaid by porting it from other sections of tho ty Immediately after sale. SOLD jnaa. 1 h I'titoo reJn Qjpptnr. flclon. KImi. St.ct r.imto Pointers. Given under my hand this the 10th UNDER country. By doing this, the United Swe-'- t May, 1917. roiftlofs pre, in point of States Department ANY of Agriculture day of OTTO C. MARTIN. value, tl.e ttcc.'d most lmportn.it .states they will relieve L)io pressure 4Gt3 Master Commissioner. truck cr, in he United States, be on transportation agencies and re Barnes & Smith, Attorneys. EXPcr.iCNCE Ing oxcfidt-- l or.iy ly Irish potatojs. lease large quaulties of marketable H The production can be greatly In- hay for the use of the army. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. MAKTKIt COM.MISSIOXKK'S H wHHBnxpallBWIHUH SALK. creased, for there are millions of If jou purchase the Ni:V ItOMII yon will The forage crops named succeed Ohio Circuit Court. have a Jlfo rusct nt tho prlco you pay, and will acres of tin a i cut-ovlands in tho even on tho moderately feitllc lands Hank of Caneyvllle, Plaintiff, not have an cmllcss chain of r lulrs. South wl ,.i'ii). '1 to the crop. vs. Notice of Sale. of th South. . The uluu of sweet potatoes a& -I It Is not npcessarv. however, for Allen Coy, et al., Defendant. f Quality ll iSl-- j ' feed tor livestock Is not generally of Judgment and ordfr the coUon farmop tQ rp(luce hg acer. of IJy vlrturetho aOhio Circuit Court, f -- ?iu sale of understood Three to four bushels Rga ,n coon tQ nguru h,n)beU of a Cons!fJerefi Anronenni'1 snflHt it (er nil n mar rendered at Its May term. 1917. In tiro the equlwilcnt of u bushel of corn ilulianco of hay for his own live the abovo styled action! against tinit is the for hogs and, In connection with rU'li Btock, Umially there Is a large amount defendant, for tho sum of $182.00 Cheapest ' rtoure li concentrations, the potatoes are a 'Of ulltllleil land In the South and If with UiUreiit thereon at the rate of G per cent, per annum from the 24th On light soils in the end good teed for cattle. In the production this were utilized day of February, 1010, until paid, that produce from twenty to twenty-liv- e of forage there, would bo an abund- and Its cost and the cost of this sale, in km- -T bushels of corn, the same care ance ot hay to supply all home re- I will offer for sale by public auction If you want a cowing machine, wrlto for and intention will return 100 to 200 quirements. to tho highest nml best bidder at tun our latest catalogue before you purchaw. biislirls of sweet potatoes. If Court HoilBO door ill Hartford. Ohio i One feature to bo considered County, Ky., on Monday, Juno 4th, Home Serais M&hine Co.. Orange, Mass. pniillicrii farmers aro to produco 1017 (It being the regular County TIm New Hogs. la, tho- - coat and scar- Court day) ul about the hour of 1 Tuliei miosis In their own hay, Tuberculosis may be lurking In city of seed for planting. In par- o'clock, p. m., upon a credit of six your pig pens. Look out for it. Hogs ticular tho price of Sudan grass seed and twelvo months, tho following high that' It practically pro- - described property, appealing thiifty and well may show la-- no Two tracts or parcels of land lyOno hlbRs tho seeding ot this crop for hay inteetiiin at the hlauhterhouse. ing In Ohio County, Ky., bounded That was purposes. To a certain extctit this is and described ns follow; in four iiinj bo rejected the proportionate loos ot ono farmer truo also of tho cowpea. On the Tract No. 1 Ileglnnlng on three l ! tJ nut long ago who thought ills herd other hand, seed or millets and the J gums a division lino between Ellle Coy; thence S. .Sunn- ot lite nnest ap- - Borghums can bo obtained at a mucit Haycraff and Lillic healthy was McCALL PATTERNS GS V. to two whlto oaks and maple; Celebrated lor ttyle, jieirrct lit, tlmpllclty anf pearlng unlnmls, when slaughtered, more reasonable prlco. These, there-provt- d thenco S. 43 B. 19 poles to a beech reliability nearly 40 ycirj. Sold in nearly every city ami town In Die United ane to bo Itilectid and brought foro nro roccommended as tho most on the hank of Horso Uraneh Creek; Canada, or by malt illrect. More to il that onl tankage mid grease prices. The satisfactory crops for providing hay thenco up samo ns it meanders S. any otiier make. bcnU ior lice cataloeuc. 05 13. 21 poles to a beech und white by for home consumption in tho llcCALL'S MAGAZINE lot In this instance multiplied More aubtcribcra tlian any otliet utliloa oak; thenco S. til E. SS poles to a of Mich cases, will give tho east. mai'iilne million a inonth. Invaliu,V.,Lit beech, ash ami whlto o.ik on tho ctt itylet, palternt, rlrestmallnif, mllllntry, In dutnage dono every year In order to conservo the seed sup- - bank of Caney Creek; thorn n down millions plain tew mg, uncy nccuieiruiK, luuurcttini;. ctlnuette, good ttorlet, etc. Only tO centt a hj thif plague, which Is preventable, ply of sweet sorghums It is advised tho same as it meanders lo a sycaTear (north double), Including a lire pattern g,-- ? Tubiiuulosis in iiogs is Insidious; that tho practico of beetling these more and gum; thcuco S. to throe TFlnUr want to aroccetd Subscribe today, or aepii ior tauiple cony, Tf u vniitouiitlrnaw Congums, tho beginning corner ONDEHFUL INDUCEMENTS haul to detect. The slaughterhouse sorghums broadcast or In close drills and Btu- nliat IIt new In builnru nit acres, moro or less. loAgentt. rostal luinRt premium catalogue afafl report may bo the Hist indication bo discontinued very largely for tho taining 51 2 Beginning on a sweet Citt out ofinimitlnn ret on the lltlog Ha. anilnewcathpilieoflert. AJdiett Uic rut; Tract No. per gum In Dan Wilson's line; thenco in A present. Sixty pounds of seed that your swine are diseased. Hcuu co. j:i to its w. :rth sl. new you tuberculin tost, however, will tell It aero uro required where theso crops 'jj, j.j, course fi poles and 10 feet to it Ih in otir herd. Funnels. Hulletln are drilled or broadcasted, und only i black oak and sassafras; thenco with In Hots." oxnlalns five iioundB If nlanted In rows ami the Hopewell road to a stone, Lllllo 7M corner; 111 It. tebt and describes symptoms that cultivated. This latter method re- Coy and Eftlotho Haycraft's garden fenco to a Aemortlntrtlnrn(1uirul msiuln. and thenco with worm, citir uivuui IXit LifKnt moae mit) he rei'ogui.ed when tho animals quires nioio labor, but the yield per sassafras; thenco with Dan Wllson'j 300 Articles 300 Picture Stages of ncre of fodder will equal or exceed lino to the beginning, containing have rtuched the aduuieed . a.. ..Il1lrn(l All tha ntT Id all ' "a touch larger acerugo can bo planted six acres moro or less. tnVfntloni in electricity and .wlrcku, .In tho disease. mnu All of tho abovo described In ml uutoinouura and In ciuinc " .h.k"- Once tuberculosis with tho samo amount of aeed. discovered, inacitinrry. was conveyed to Lllllo Coy by David In fanulnc, 1 horn, to naiettTtrr Succeed when everything else fails. Cot Mow should be fought vigorously. Arnold by deed dated November 4, tnontli. to mattlilne Includtnr rclrlet mlori, noultrr bouaea, In nervoui prostratioi and iemnle To do Heekeepeis Can Help AVIn Tho War. 1912, of record in tho Ohio County furniture, autoruoulle ibop rtial etc. all Infected animals. rid of vveaknesse they nic the svipjcmo ittrnaln Meaa. It It fall of Tho beekeopers of Kentucky must Clerk's. olllco In deed book 42, pago that It may bo necessary to sell tho ! tcmedy, at thousands have testified. It U written In laln Enlih I er men and entlm herd, Including tho breeding help" in tho present food crisis by pro- - 340. X. 50 a Year FOR KIDN.iY, LIVER AND IS Centa a Copy Tho purchaser will be required to, nnlmiils, for what tho healthy hogs duclng more honey. Tho nectar of or 'write direct to STOMACH TROUBLE 'executo bond Immediately after Mile' Get It from a pfwuleakr1st KourtU Are., N.V. will bring ns incut and the Infected plants nut collected by the hoes Is u and a lien will bo retained ns further VoDulai Science Uonttily, it Is tho be6t medicine ever sold TMrtatelMUj.iia42.iU honey security. oyer a druggis"a counter. hogs tankage or grease. Hut small totul loss und that collected for rKtb (,i ritH aai axaUM Uii H$. Given under my hand this the lOtb now ill prevent much lore- - Is clear profit. The sugar sltuatlou OTTO C. MARTIN. 'honey must be used in its placo. ' MaHtor Commissioner. boeltecpcrs can this iar In- 4G13 Tho J. M. Porter, Attorney. crease tho futuro demand for honey ar by producing more than usual. Tiiat I'HH LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, ' prices will bo good Is asserted by the EVENING POST THE SATURDAY er ones later. 'U. S. Department of Agriculture and THE COUNTRY OENTI.EMAN lleforo starting with a new herd, Control your swarming liy giving wish to secure tho spare time of n which first should be tested for tho J)1,n(y of room for Ul0 ))PCg t0 work man or woman to act as local reprez disease. mnKO tne piaco samiary. . n.lekwlica, mnkea . comi fnU msu,T0 sentative In Hartford and vlclnltyr ll '&$te9StP . Tuberculosis cattle are chief sourco for ,)ccg Swcct nml wlh, cjover wln looking . lift. UIIT V.V- - -- II P. tho renewals of their after. - nni - igoo1 ,)(J ,n ... .. .. ... of tuberculosis In hogs Unpastouriz i,ion'mi ani they nro two niaii) subscriptions . LLOFAMERiCAIlll melius section, .l nMmmail m 11V nml lin il rnnnln pa of our best honey producers. Tentl,ml lutrodticliiG theso publications , germs. your bees at once and take advantage of cattle convey tho dlseaso city wliwe sooJ hotels In I'ajment win do to new readers. bound, the J'owluun heitU the That means milk should bo freed of of tho opportunity of lurijor ylcldi iiuiilc In salary nntl commission. Prelilt. tho germs by pasteurization, or heat- beforo it in loo late. Is littt in the hcatti of It Is net 'of tho country Is becoming acuto .ay of May, IP 17. IHOTEL (J' W , I Frofesslonal Otto C. Martin" Attorney at Law HARTtORD, Will KY. In Uit and adjoining ccuntlca. Com mere!) and Criminal Practice a Specialty. I praotlcehla proftalon - i . OITAYLOR.CE. Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. Children Or S . QA,3TO RIA DR. 0. E. iikavi:r HART VB.TB.HINARY SURGEON ham, ky. Oflice Jiunei Taylor's Livery Unrn. fi,ra MN: Ttianr.MtiiKn riuleHIr uuinnl Ucunltlfcwril.lo'. Wobutn PATCNTrsI I PAt lntll'"nllwnU4tilr. t xir I llttii.. ana".li yol lu wtwmc MmiA n'il.l. JioU.iT ikrlcli for rnCC 'I"'t I on 4tnUbtIltr. n. rFtri trnir. 8UH- ml I ',,,,, " !"? Ul THAT nl 'r iihi PA!iniNQ nircr-CMCCO- BQ3.BOB Sovonth Stroat, WA3HINOTON, O. C. im I nitllablff lUlriti writ to lorfrt. OulJii to-w- lt: .,,,,. Ini-cr- n i ,.,,,,,, flSS WILL YOU - one-four- th TAKE OUR " k Trtaloml for WEAK ft ft GERMINAL REMEDY LUNGS or I 3 40 g CONSUMPTION frelinc A quick relief for that tireJ. cought, paint In chet. nlsht an rait, hemor II ll rfatt tturrt. urik (unit or cpniuniplloa. Botbclp yea It cetlt you itlbloi. OHIO MEDICAL CO. CARDUI FOR ONE MONTH f lf &iSSl,.fi? ft ft ft KiLLrHE AND s n (Every Woman CURE the LUNC8 COUCH Or. King's New Discovery WITH I NEW FOR I OUARANTHED SATISFACTORY! OR MONEy REFUNDED. I Tilal UolUe free AND ALL THROU AND LUNOTnOUDLES. OQUCHS OLDS ft. mien M. Y o.ftr.L-l!- HOME 1 J Ilia lal fM a POEt iimxAjH. I uniw(iLen4ihjU.lrtiiitrTiiiilirfreiBm to tt.nu, ine nWir, tMw PRocuntoANooereNDCD.15J'"i.B'1 vUaIq tnido er , JtVaOsj V BH B I ' H - I i- 'r ' ' to-wl- t: the Firing'. Line. Get on fv ) www - wB POPUIMMB CHANICS AIAGAZINB 300 ARTICLES-30- 0 ILLUSTRATIONS In I South-thousan- ds KfcRP Informed, of tha World's Progress I'uthernndbonrtnd All tha Family. It appcalt i u. ...kwgs-j- iu nnn i oung- - Men ana v omen ltllhriiorltoWailoo lalKouiicdaot . a TiibiM-euliisi- s PopularScience tontniy BJ Written So Yau Can Understand IN Tactical IllnU tor HLop ork audrair waya lor Uitl Uiir MKlwIct (17 Taawl for tha Iloie anil1 uiriiiioilkotaiu;knthln(Oelltho(toniakMrH. r- -" " rivuiyn uiiiuia, avuginea, itoaia, buow tnictlona lor the UociuMli.lOuii)te and IfiorUuiu 1.80 PCR VCAK SINOLK COPICC, ww wwm TVIM- BMU t gUMt l.M tft ntlllt SaaipU c will b imI m raauaat. " iumnttarnuenouiiuoworiti. uurrorrira Corrniondeutt uroeoiulantlr tin tha waLh, (or tWiin new and inlcroiUas sod It la Electric Bitters 14 mmmmmmtmmmm iaaw POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE nhjni,fHa:ain nvanua. vn WwUD money-inaklrij- .:r drtrin DOSITION DJuuuuoN'ri If you take tho Draughon Trolnlnir. th can talco It ot colUoe or hu fWiiu Secured er Your Money Back BIAUI& raiuu nuuTiue Ky. ,i'adacali, - Wagons! "Wagons! Wagons! Iloforo you buy you should oxtimino our liand mndo farm wagons. Thoy run lighter, are made of tho very host material and last far longer than any machine made wagon you can buy no matter what WAR BUDGET BILL x PASSED IN SENATE $730,000,000 VOll MERCHANT I 111 klkkt 1h ai)i)k! .measure.' to price you pay. Wo also do all kinds of Hlaeksmithing and especially tho hard jabs the other fellow lie-pairin- g, can't do. Wo also make a specialty of Horseshoeing and earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Respectfully yours, A. B. Row & Son Thirty-fiv- e j J to wti, Center experience Ky. the years in simp. is a coon 1'iaci: to stop for little money Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th &7th here Tlio Only Hold in Operated on llio Ami'lliuu mill Etiiopran PIhii.h. AMERICAN I'LAN (With Monls) Rooms iitlioul Itiilli hut with single, $2.00 75 Ilnoms 2.50 dIiibIc, 50 Rooms GO Front Rooms slnsle, 3.00 Rooms wlili I'lUulo llnlli: sliiKle, 3.00 CO llooms sliif-l3,50 GO Itoouis e, J Hot (iiul Cold Eunnliie. Wnlcr. 2 people, $2.00 each per day; 2 people, 2.2!; each por day; 2 people, 2.C0 each per day; per day; per day; 2 2 people, people, 2.7D each 3.00 each lEUROl'EAN PLAN (Without Meals) Ilooititt without Unlit lint ullli Hnl mill Cold KiniiilliK Water. sjncla. $1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.7G each 75 Hooins sliiKle, GO Kooms 1.25 per duy; 2 peoplo, 1.00 each GO Front llooms. single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each Roonii ulth l'rlwito llnlli: slnglo, 1.60 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each GO Rooms single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.60 each GO Roouis THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor., Sixth and Main Sts. European Plan Only. 'Rooms Without Itiilli, .5I.00 uttol up; Kooins With PrUfite Hath, Jjtl.r.O mid up Rest Entlug Place In Town. Tho Louisville Hotel und the Old Inn are located in the wholesale 's walk to thu retail district and theaters, district and only AXI) OLD IX.V COMPANY, Props. LOIISVILLE HOTEL i May 21. Tho Ad Initial war budget, in- full ! life and action, tilled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed creased to a total or $3,342,300,000 by 250 short stories of adventure, by the addition of $7GO,000,000 for win mate the merchant fleet construction prog y with' ram, passed tho Scnato out n roll call. It was scut Immediate ly to conference and expected to he ,ank nf the oI(1 ,,cd ot ,,0u, Uu1 ready within a week for President Creek in Urown's lino thenco X. Willi c Wilson's signature, making millions wild Hue 68 A poles to n stone; K- Immediately nalh.hlo for the urgent , """J, eald line IJ'r,leJr'8 Thcrr the Family Page, a rare Editorial Pane, Boys' Page; 10 poles S. . neetlH or tlie war. , Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of g(()nc au, ,.,,, ,llcko-rythence As it pushed thu House, tho nicnaw. 181.18 poles to a white oak; Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best $2,S00,- - thenco S. 49 poles to tho beginning, ute carried approximately minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone 000,000 and did not Include tho ship , containing 47.1.1 acres. inmenome. i nereis no age The This pro excclUe purchaser will be required to program untiroiirlotloii limit to enthusiasm for The ThreeCurrent Issues Free w,th npprovet, Hecur,y vision wax put In by tho Senate at the immediately after salo nnd a lien will Youth's Companion. If you do not knovr THE COMPANION request of the Administration and Is , be retained as additional security. let ui end you Three Current Issuct FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your OTTO C. MARTIN. 52 Times a Year expected to receive the approval of' request. ' . Master Commissioner. the Hoiiho conferees without much ,JJl. not 12. Those who subscribe now, sending $2 Kirk. Attorneys. delay. The only .other Important for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will for 1915. will receive The Companion Senate anieiiilmeut Is a stipulation t get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. that provisions of the war draft army MAK'ITIt COMMISSIONER'S SALE magazines, m bill shall remain In force only until 9 onlo Circuit Court. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE four months after tho war. Hannah Junes, Executrix, Plaintiff, THE HARTFORD REPUI1MCAX AXD YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTB vs.- appropriated Most of ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 2.7n will go to pay the fxpeubes of the war H. P. Heck, Defendant. n judgment aud Vff virturo of army and of the Increased navy and nrilpr nf Milit nf flu fihfn f'lrnnlt We Knock the Spots Out of Things tiiui ino corps already authorised. The j Court, rendered at the May term, B largest single Items are for pay for 1917, in the above causo for the sum IGOli.OU, with Interest at the rate enlisted .men, provision bolng made-jj-f li per cent, per annum from the to meet thu Increased p.iy Hchedules of 20th. day of November, 1915, until perapproved lor the army and navy paid and all costs herein, I will offer sonnel. There also areblg approp- - for sale by public auction at the Court FIfty-flv- e Lestypewrltera. riatlons, howewr, for equipments, House door In Hartford, on Monday, sons explained by Moving PicFrench Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a 1 'the 4th, day of June, 1917. about fortllirntlon.s and munitions. ture machine. Seven big DeSuperior Manner. six and The military eMublishment will get "'cl,))c'k months"P"'1 a "edit of deacrib- partments Shorthand, Bookthe following Send us your Garments and Hara "7.. about ?2,22r,,00n,000 of the total ' d pr0perty, keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Them and the navy about $,"00,000,000. One parcel or lot of ground east of Music, Primary Normal. ( ExFor clothing and camp garrison., Mcllenry, Ky., and adjoining tho port teachers. Modern equipCLEANED CLEAN equipment marlv a quarter of u bill- - I Mcllenry Coal Company, on the eastPosition ment. assured. heginn tig at a stone, John H. Glovlot. Is provid.d and for coast and li- cor1(.;.. hence ,l0rth ,0U(,R,a8t Packages called for and delivered. Write for catalogue. milar fortlticatloUH more than a half on;. fet,t to a stone lc nel souU) of billion. An Item of $1 1,000,000 for a large black oak In McHenry Coal THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB Daviess Co. Bus. College aviation Is Included In tho navy's Company's Hold; thenco east - 160 J',0'1" li'0" in, Tay'J- oaj quota. Many or the sum approp- A. Iva NH,' Prop. 2911 ompaiiy'B line; thence Incorporated riati-are made Immediately avail-- f,.( ,0 a Btone. hence WMtsouth po,es lc0 OWENS BORO, KY. . HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. able. ' to the beginning, with the reservation aares to G. M. Hald- Tlu bill, by fur the largest supply as lollows;-tw' ine.isure ever eoiiHldered In Congress, ' wi' n'id one acre to Elizabeth Austin; was debated lew. than three days In V", "T.'.V I VV: 1'r,SKS' on; acro,, Petro-Ment- a juiiii oiiiiii jiiuiiiKiuii uiiu uuru Relives Files the Senate, most of the discussion nlovtir one llcro for ,,,, iu burlal Xo matter how stubborn the centering about the $7.10,000,000 ground, all reserved, SO balance case may be Petro-Meut- a will acres, more or less, mineral reserved merchant inariiio appropriation. with rights to work same. See Oeed bring relief. A trial will convince 4s Hook 22, page 90, or sulllcieut thereyou. For sale by Ohio County-- ' of to produce the sums of money Drug Co. Prico 25c. How's Wt offor Oiih Iliiuilreil DolHrs Rowaril ordered to bo madel Tho purchaser will be required to Catiirrli tlint cannot be for unv ;; .execute-- , bond with approved becurity cureil by H.iH'h Catnrrli Medicine. Hall's Catnrrli Muillrlno lias been tnken , immediately alter sale. y?fljyrip6iJliie2JSiS3E ' u,s 1,,U1 ",, ot Ua. 1 Jl . flvo year?, ana lias beoomn known n.s the j In Intra Moil's to-da- Washington, with his lino up said creek as it meandors N. 25 E. 9 poles. E. 10 poles' N. 5 poles N. 70 E. 44 poles, N. 39 E. 9 poles N. 23 E. 18 poles (when reduced to a straight lino this lino runs nbout N. 40 B. 8 poles) X. 34 W. 17 poles to a heccli; thenco N. 57 W. 34 poles to a white oak and small ash; thenco N. 30 W. 100 poles to a hickory In Morrison's line; thenco with said lino Ei 200 poles to 2 white oaks, 2 hceehes and a chest nut, originally called for, only one now pole thence S. 'J0" stono stands; to lot No.. 190thenco corner 3, w 142 po,es (o Ul0 begnnngt con taming 1G7.7G acres Second traet Beginning at two black oaks near tho head of a drain in E. B. Klrtley's line; thence W. of Pond Itun Creek In ft line No. 3, J. C. Chinn'n corner; ef BM ' the 10 Great Serials SteYOUTH'S COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 .... J': ,,,, J """""!& the-mon- II 11 Ladies' and Men's Garments to-wi- t: -- o ( USE LI VVER L AX This? f For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. j gilflllBlBIBiiaBSSBlBlHHIHIIIlMllHIII 93 Vaihlerbilt Training School for Boys EK m E3 C3 ELKTON, KY. .Willholp parents develop their tsqns MASTHR COMMISSIONER'S m into m m J M MR the best typo of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its pntionage is widely scattered' and comes from the best home? in the South.- 1 Us capacity -- is limited, therefore, icsei'vations should be made early. Place your 5?on in this select fcioup of boys. Write - M Court, rendered at its May term, 101 j. In tho above styled action, Jor' Ohio Circuit Court tho purpose of a ahi and division I Dr. J. II. Maxwell, ot til., PUipUtT, of tho proceed-- i and the payment of V3 Xotlci of Sale. nf this action and cost of ." Kupheinla Simons, et .U.. Defendant 'tho . a publ I M virturo of a Judgment and order . . ..-v.wu. r .ii. ur tin. i.rf. I'lrmiit rm rt i at tho Court Ifnuao door In Hartford li rendered al us may term iai7 tn tnc ' 0Ul K- - ou Monday, Jun , A0Unt nlw.v., kvI.,1 ru.Mnn fnr H,m i.nri.n-,., OTTO C. MAUTIX. most rollahlo rcme.lv for C.itnrrb. Hull's Catarrb Medicine acts thru tlio Illooil on'4t;t:! Master Commissioner, s MirrnccH. wcpeiimtr ino i oi- - , ine jiiicoi n v Taylor. Attorney. cased portions i fixS After jou have taken Hall's Catarrh MAKTI.'R CO.MMI.SSIOXKR'S MALI Medlrlnt- - for a short lime you will fee great Improvement In your cener.il health, fltirt tiklwr Hall's C.itnrrli Misll- Ohio Circuit Court. cino at onco ninl got rid of cxtnrrK SenJ U, 'lxyno I.eacll, PldllltifT, foi testimonlnta. frne. vs.' Notice of talo. 07 U V J. CHKNIJV & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Uoulah C l.euch, et al., Defendants. ' Sold by all DniRirO". TVBy vlituo of a judgment and or- -' , SAI.H. der of a Mtlo of the Ohio Circuit , I i ixa Wi-ia- M WJSlf S3 M S j X ' - Women Inuseforover40years! Tliousands or voluntary lelters from women, telling of the good Cardui lias done them. This i3 Hie best proof of lite value of Cardui. It pro ves Iliat Cardui is a good rrjeUsctne for women'. " Thei are no Itarsr.ftilor . habit-fanning tsh I V' X fTr -. Feel.rifrht all tho time. Don't lav off from woik for days by taking calomoi Keeps yon when pleasant im ver-La- x on your feet, while rclievingyour trouble. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't take anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses system and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in itsactions, sure in its effect and curtain in results. It wiU won't bo long before Liv- completely displace calomel in even home. Children can take it freely ar.3 with perfect jfctv. Every bottle COc and $1 in bottles-.Nona genuine without the likeness and signature of L, K. Grfcbby. Tor sale by Ve-L- ax jruar-antee- J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford Ky. m m KM u m IV1ATH&NEY & BZTFTS For catalogue and information. Max A in gg rEE3iEai3ESSSSiJ3SS3IS3EilJEasr3l No CombsbatSon wof Reading Like ft and AU Fm- $o.in A Issued of 52 The Youlli's Companion M ISSUES The fivor!t fimily recHyof Amilcj li Giwl .ni mi tnoiipj in Mil. :mJ 250 Shoit in.i rIHEWniS COMPANION frjU&JhMr'sretfr i Th6Bestlo! an tvi-i- iJ mid Sui'tH-itwro- , it. a tt.mronrt Amd-- J j tliouuiul.luiuii' r.s A I y) a a out he I. a o roods and for tho purpose ot pa ,ng Co' t cost ot this action and cost thd ,',:' ; " bnl. 1 will off for wile by pbUcwont,i, tho foUowlng detcrlbcd prop. I auction to tho lifKhost and best l,l.l.le"lJ Two tracts of land lyiiiK and bcluK at tho Court Houho door In Hart- oouniy, rvy., .i,m uounucu as Kf.. nn- Mr.ml.iv. font. Oliln ,Juno 4. If) 17. (it holnu r'BuU.r.'.01'0"' Kn 1 rn i. a " , Counly Court day) at nbout the hoar' . at a maple Bljjnlnjj H credit of "u&dyf Crok, of ouo o'clocl. p ,Ul T,ayI,.fr3 !tx months - tho folIoAig docrlbed nolej Jhuncoctotie. ".S-- 8 poles to a atono; , .( A tract o'f land situated in Ouio u 3tu" V?1"1 County. Ky.. and bounded as follow, ?c I" , if.., , .,.!.i... thenco S 75 8 i ". J10 H'slnnlnS, contalnlnir wMtuMo of ihollartford and Hardin "' M,,w j j1 i ?ij??' bare rand, it lmlnh-- J. T--. Miles' er; thenco with tho menndopr of thoI'n1d g"""yo,1I y Awnthas A. Tdior! poles to a b Kick oak and a road "'7'. -lTfA, dM o"1. V,.19?-'- . a Gentry' wbUo 0.1k in Il-- u ltno; thenco with nald lino 2ZQ polo to a m rcor,'J11 J," ,'f0(,'bo0(,knJJ,, pt!B(s 347. white oak und Iromvood; thence N. 2. 154 iiuloe. to sour wood; thenco a ..T"0.1 ?eei"" , "K at . ? alrnislit lino VU poles to the beBm "'"i"ciw"l- - , " "e " on J"1" , n Hip. btipposed to coifln In 100 acres, .,',,," V "' ":','" ' ,.? Vr ' ' mora or less, and it beInK same laud "J""? c,)r,".or' t!,(?co S' 2 lPY-VVI. It ftwl.lll ,n l'." tT I" IliaCIl O.IK. COmer 01 . U I .nnvnvr.rl hv T., V- ,8a P"1" ,T,ien JamcH W. (Irant by'deod dated with It, Taylor' lino to Sorrels' uary 15 I87(i l.S(?J,olM to The purchaser will bo reoulred to J?';lft1,,l,c N ,(5, oxorulo bond with approved security "''f'0","1"45, ' e"'B sa,u"! ,iUl(l Aco" l.ro. .r lff immediately tutor halo. '" Thlrf 111., lfill JttV rtf Mr.v 1017 ."-'.- ' '' " Leach by docd dated Oelobor 4. 1911. OTTO C MAUTIN. of record in tho Ohio Couuty Clerk's I0t:t Master CominUslonyr otflco iu Heed book 40, piiKO C2J John li. Wllion. Attornoy. Tho purchaser will bo required to' o oxoeuto houd immediately after t.alu 31ASTr.lt COMMISSI n.NKR'ri sali:. and a Hon will bo retained us further oil.",, ', ll. - '"""" ! V ,.. drug? in ' 'j" ltuL" It is composed Cardui. only of mild, nudicwal ingredients, with nobaJ after-effect- W? I: .- c! 7-- s. eal state! FARM LANDS' and City Residences are now solllug at a low cos.', but dpr.'t expect it to be so ul w.iys. If you ever expect to own your farm or your home uow (a the time to buy. WE HAVE several farrua Hated In Ohio couuty nnd thoy can be bad for reasonable prices' and liberal terms. If wo do not have the particular farm you .desire wa will make efforts o get it for you. IK YOU want to .move to TAKE in tr ", "" ,', ",";",' The Woman's Teak " I ''' 7K "". i. I .. IZ laauea of 1 . t 2l i & gW r -- MVAIWMinA7tMR .w. mm.,w smtitam i vinu. vmsa jhci'.i Ass 'iS. rew.'ar "i M .- J11. ;' a m s Ml -- rt ,. "USa t 1 iC AKO : 3??17! g S TAI II ftttM .ntriK MLOWIkl W.'-"i- isj,"aa--l--- 'trmm wiioi. yB misuse tWaRv 1 1 lKSt. xia-JiM1 .1 Mlffi2fK,li7--- at?si.lf-- g & rvi m &!. r uwmc u w :r. a fAJWilH 13 iim '- U4 J'ltmfcP,.. Yill I Bl Ml :.iy.'iii r Z.' j ti : .TA il ldM3Ui OUTHS COMPANION. it. l -. TinE; YOUTH'S U s i" rUtj M" 111E M'C'tt'S iD'ff.iili.Urul'UlJlicriteituixtwIorovernaninK. COMPANION tor V wKs.,nr.U Ihr 1317 Home Ctueiuir. i a V'iui! e Cu.iitwa'oa uibrciibcn onl.) MACAZU4''. every mor'U for oi.e ycir; abo rtwtce of any lctut U. Ilon.r ou.tI ) Cidmsi tnl J J 1ihiuiuwo r. inprr ,s .uu Is UM nutf!tftKM4.i S.. BOSTON. MS3AqiUJfnT3 " Given under my hand tills the ICth ' Ohio Circuit Court. ay of May, 1917. Altlm Cliinn, et al.. lMulntifm, vs. Notice of Sale. O'lTO C. MARTIN. Master Commisslonor Dulclo Kirlloy S111UI1, et al., Defen- 4Ct3 J.,M. I'ortor, Attorney. dant, lly virluio of u JudiTineiit uud order o of fialo.of tho Ohio, Circuit Court, Vou ii Sprlug LnxatUo. rendered at Its May' term, 1017, In Dr. KIub's New Life l'llls will re-- ! tho above ftylurt action, for tho pur- posn ofji salo and division or tho Mlovo the accumuluted wastes of win- -' proceeds and for the purpose.. ot pay- - ter from your Intobtlues, tho burden' lug the cost or this action and cobttof tho blood. Get that bIurkIjIi of i.aIo, I will ofr.T for ualo by public ' HprliiK-fev- er feellnc out of vour "J"" niietlon to tho disherit nnd best bidder , ' at tho Court MoiiHo door In Ilurtford, tHU' br'e''ton your eye. clear your (let Unit vim and hnap Ohio County, liy.. on Monday. Juno complexion, lb, 11)17 tit hoiiiK rt'ijiiinr 'County iOf good purified healthy blood. Dr. Hkiurt day) ut about tho hour or 1 Kiim'b Now Lite Pills. aro u o'clock, p. in., upon a creditor and ,., ' 12 months tho roIln.luB doK-rlbc,V t? At ull tlriiR- , WV. ,coi)s, t: property, I i'irsl truct- - lleginulnj; on tho bank 6,Bla 2cc, security Nil You can rely cit Cardui. Surely it vvili do for you what it lias dctic for so tiuny thotuand-- j of other womcal ItshouUliclp. "I v.aj Uto:n siclc, s:ci.n:d to be . . . ," writes Wrs. ALiry C. Vcsle, cfftladiwn Heights, Va. "I got down so wn'x, ... CoulJ Itardly wal Just ibjacred around. I read of Cardui, and after taking one bottle, or before taking quits all, I felt much belt.v. I tool; 3 or i bodies at that time, and was .blc to ib my work. I fake It in .i. lha srring when I had r.o appetite. a;.d I comntcaced tilrg. It Utliu best toith Uver saw." Try Cardui, Hartford ... ' where our children will have tho advrttitago ot a good, high school notify us. We luvo houses and lots for sale and bellove you cau aeloct one irooi .our list to your liking. homo tn WH HAVE a comfortablu , Hartford, modern Improvements and a good garden In cultivation tor rote or rout. Place rents for $10 a month. Call on or Address to-wl- 'u ,. AS Druggists J JO TIM I BARNETT Real Estate Agents, non-Krlp- -i ,,-- ,,. Hartford, Kentucky. Republican Office, I' i Li I ' - possJblo munitions of war as an ex- Richard M. Johnson - II weara "PERFtCr the soldier RPAIK 1111111 Y TRIINfi Cl,sc for ob,,t,nK P n" tho onl ho tho badges ULIUll UUULI ill I11M1U call Kot nIs bands on and tho patriot, the wounds received Action was taknxby Chairman TERROR FOUND in fighting for his country. I'ta'iody following numerous specific Tho 17 William Henry Harrison rmuplnlutB 1o tho effect that coal . patriot, statesman, 'mid able com-- , ". nomas.) fmm u, Rn)a( (ul(,g nroum, VMb. . mander. . ... .. . XKW.sr.Vi'Ki: ci.aimh hhkat ilVAiior ueing ioio me price or ntes.s uiirg was ncing go union up wnnn is Col. William A. Trimuie. ii-- nVKNTIOK UV IiAKK TO KKJIIT at a country hotel recently we went 'eti:;iy barges were tied up along thifi bravo. or to tho t .SUIIAVKINRH. r.iiil supperless to bed, charged up the shore of tho Ohio, and tho peoplo 111 Generals Adair, Coffee Carroll Theli4bravrrv and pood imu- - price of tho meal to the company ami I.) the south wu in the grip of a are held In will buy a Liberty Lpnnbonri out of c. ... famine. duct at Now Orloan-''he govriiii.o'ic has spent tnii'- remembrance by their co'in- - our.savfhgs. l'hlhidelplila, May 21. Tlio Phtla rsteftil I mis r dollars si r iproving me u i s )1tlMn 1rnca will nuhllah n Htnrv tn try. pat tho theory that it would furnish We employed four Hartford law-o- n SO Wll.'rm II. Cr.foiM-- A morrow to the effect that "America yors to fllo a million dollar damage i'i south : r lon.merce In Hmo nolle; rm nnn cn.ig.vr.ru ... lina found tho perfect answer to the Air, if Meed. for. therefore, has 21 John C. Calhoun -- ii" lias me suit against Tinsley If he says what German sulminrlno terror." It Is said I Impartial, he thinks about u, In (lie Hepiibllran been Instructed to go to tho bottom stall- - vkws of a profund an to be a merchant submarine of the situation in the Pittsburg this week. ,tiir.ll7B,l nl nl.niit 7T.00 or S.000 tons ' MrtPSIimil Ileitis and make a prolnpt report. a roun-eve22 The American Kalr- -'n speed that It can dead weight, of such ' Just ifa till1" writing we are enjoy qun! right, ci.li.j- - for the when, submerged, easily cludo'---- ...,i ,...ui.,i...i,i.. (.u.ghtcrs as well as .or I ho sons.- - - ing a brief season of high i life. . We. kkgistkation ""' " Keposdtor;, are occupying a room on the thlril ippointhh ran junk r.TH The craft, the Invention of Simon iKirni tho li.irdstown lloor of Hit! Lurnf-flole- l. 1C, IMU. Lako, ucrordlng to the Press, Is capa' Following Is a list of tho olllcers v ble of submerging within half a mill-ul- e es''' '""' dinner with' Dr. Jainei appointed for each voting precinct, been so standardized and WHAT IS A LIHKKTV LOAN HOND? and lias at Island Tuesday. We'ln conduct the special registration .. t Kltzburgh simplified thai the first one may be 'lai' '" 'lo a''''' '" !1.v to Jim's 'called for by proclamation of the V 1 Iberiv I mn lloml Is a solemn 'iirt' tiirnv1 mil In fniLr mnnths mill others or to pay ninny Ohio.roi.i.ly friends that he Is President, under tlio lalo act after that at the rate of three or four promise of the United States lore "'K HPioiicimiy over mere, ...tie i.as k o..gress w.tu .... rence to tho Se- pe wop!:. -It will l.nrn- iionvv oil nn.l'i.i iiii.iiirltr the amount of the bnri.l . . . ""-the construction Is said to be such t. the holder thereof, and to pay I".- - J1'5"1 "ougni a new auiomonue ami .eciivo i onscr.piiou sjsiom. poiuioos inr uinuer. itcciiici .m. i, i . u. iitimcr. that Its parts can bo made simultan- teres! semiannually each year from "" No. 1'. II. K. llrown. of the bond eously In many widely separated the date of the issuance No. :i. C. H. Shown. We hild n bully jltiie In llarttord j until it I fully and dually paid. steel plants. i ; last No. LA. W. Mldkiff. week. Iltw the old town has No. r.. C. W. Moseey. Itlicmnntism. There are two kinds of Liberty mproved since we llvetl there tlfi n No. ii, ('has. Porter. wl"S you are troubled with chronic Loan Ilonds. Hearer Uonds are to''w,rK aK0, Tl"'" il l,lul If ' No.7. W. P. Ilennctt. or muscular rheumatism give Cham- be Issued in denominations of T.O, "ldy st reels and .lark nights. Now No. K, .1. I. Hosick. r.nn n,i Si.oon. Th.se. it has mi'tal streets, water, IIkIiM. berlain's Liniment a trial. The re- sum Nn. fi. J. T. Jackson. a" " nft.deril coir W,1M. nv.. nin.U. nav. 1'11"'' "K,'r4 lief from pain which It affords U tr1u, ....... ... .umit-No. 10. Will l.angford. many times its cost. Ob- able to bearer, have Interest roiipon venlewes. alone worth No. 11. M. It. Crowder m attached which aie detached b the j tainable ovcry where. No. 12. el a Thomas tho interest Installments ! ltepilbllcau reader will 'holder when No. in, Guy llazelrlg ncco.int of ommenieuie.it j IMtKSIDKM' SIOXHOK'S thev represent are due, and" can be !1'IH ' I'M'rcijfs in iiuriiiirti t onego aim iiu No. 14. Frank llarnes , VISIT TO KMNTITKV cashed at any bank tlio same fishing expedition T'Cirasty" ihi No. 15, S. .1. Tichenor ITfi.trnl st!td.i TnvKiirv nntu N. Hi. S. W. Crow Uoglstercd bonds are to bo issued ; yv''K- Lexington, July 1. No. 17, Clint lglehenrt prin-rliK- il The President which are registered as to both If the later raisers don't lmiil; No. JS. II. H. .Miller Mini Inter,!.!. Ill Arrived at this place on Friday last. wUI ,li,dIy ,,,,,(1 ,,,,, whoi,t ,n,?t No. 11, Lon lllchards JIw was met. near the town, and es- of ?ioo, $:.oo. $i,ooo. $r,,ooo. siuM"1"I famNo. L'rt. Will Grltlith corted to his lodging1), by the volun- 000. $50,000. and ?1U0.OOO; checks his slimmer. .'o. 21; Olllo Duff teer companies of militia, and a for the amount of iuterest due will No. 22, H. L. Arms party of citizens. On Saturday he be malted out semiannually lo the' The Libert Loan seems lo be slew but Ihon there is so darned j" No. 2S, J. I). Holbrooks , holders of these registered bonds. visited tho University, where lie re-mui'h of il nobody i afraid ! It No. 24, K. L.Massie ceived an nddrebs from tho President ' running out. No. 2r., Homer Mllllgan of that institution, to which he made i iJbertv Loan Ilonds of the first No. 2(J, C. II. Kvcrly oiiltablo reply, in the presence of'ism. or $2,000,000,000 are to bear I. Jim Djulel, formi'Hv nf no..: No. 27. L. H. Condlt i' numerous and respectable audience. date of Juno 15, 1017. and lo run for !(otolf b(ll for fcom(, m,w No. 2S. .1 11 Itenfrow A ilisconi.'o in LMiii on the occasion, thirty years, except that tho Governof hUMt , IIlJx,nK ., No. 2!. Honda Miller - pieces, and several othr.were also meat reserves the right to pay them , olhw iUil.,, rarmlK aonK uU,, , .' No. :.0, Carl M. Taylor proi'ountoilMiy sumo of the senior ii icon years ;mer uaie. h mis ngn. t h fvW m No. Ill, Leonard Taylor s.t,tli'iits. On the same day he atthe (!oornniont ' and a half acres of potatoes nine not exercised-b- y C. W. Arnold No. :i2. tended a celebration of our independ- fifteen years from date, the bonds No. :,;!, Itoseoo Pirtle jacresof pumpkins, three acres of ence at Mr. Ounlap's, a few miles In will run the full thirty yours. com, four aires No. Guy Itanuey H- i- country. On Monday ho received " - (broom These bonds bear interest at melons. tw.Mvn :ieri'. nf Riirrlnim lOach and every person within tho an address from tho committee ot net cent per annum, and the , ... ...'., .. ....... , County. .. In fact it applies to the arrangements on behalf of thoiti- n the flr- "a I)ayablo semIaIlnually d an "e n v whole United States, who has arrived! a ,. and gave then an answer. Ot, (wutll dny 0l December ami tho f,f- i U ll.mtlnfc. "CHft of con, at the ago of 21 years ami up to :i() il.... day also a public dinner was giv- - teentIl ,,,. , Jmle , C!lc v,.ar. years, or rather to those who have i'ii him at Mr. Keen's tavern; and on I There is some consolation- - about not yet attain.-,- ! the age of a I. mubt 'vice with the brigade tSecond.Fourth, from tb" next morning ho set out for Washthe list of prohibited Imt.orts Ouo especial advantage no othur present nimseir at the regular voting FUlli. Sixth. Ninth Kentucky Iufan- - Ollicial ligures ington, vrliec ho expects to arrive bonds. National, State, muuiclpul. or old ago iu tiuios of seloctlie. drafts. are given to show that i l.o LT.Hi Inst i...:u wii.im me precniii in wiiicn no try. Cobb's llattery. ami tho First on., pound of Calllforula raisins it Uu w;w accompaiiie.1 cor,)r..,tt have is that if the United With the price of bread and meat , resldis and be registered in accord-- 1 Kuntucky. Cavalry) will bo guests of equal by tiuieral Jackson, ami their re- in nourishment and ilmlnir the enntiim.-inp.- . of MiIm of sjght and the project of.aneo with tho law. on June r.tli . clan. William II Ilnldeniaii. Brigade lug spectii! suits, through these occur-i.-:ict- war shall issue other bonds at a ijunlllht, to ono and going up tho popple have too lit 17. between the hours of 7 a m. iConramler. ut tho New Varnum Ho- - tors Governor Shelby and several higher lato of interest, the holdern of pounds of beef four other di.stiiiriuibhtd citii'iis of our llieso Liberty bonds have the right to much to worry about lo take much and ft o'clock, p. in. The officers tel (New Jersey and C streets, and three-quartpounds of fish six in the candldato. uhovo uieutioned in nlmosl every iu southej! on Capital Hill, two jnln- - pouiidK of apples, own elate, 'were also present. Hvery exchange their Liberty l.ond: ,for interest ir tuo pounds of stance, If not all of Jjituti, liuto respicl and attenlrm, which were bonds bearing tho Iiightttt rate :t potutoed, four pounds of milk, four ut3 walk from the Capitol I About the only artieb-- to escape "H'-tl- s thulr services free of charge and three moalti a duy ar. egg. duo from tho citioiia lndividimllj to liiten.-st,- ' dollar lor dollar. the high prirpsj are pickle-- ami post-ag- o j which speaks well for them, as tho at tho service of actual members ot the chief magistrate or tho nutio:., Ktonip. Jgrc.it majority ro men who. an- - for the Orphan Ilrigade. who will be and tho cominandr in chief of the lo Yitu Know 'llmt They are nontaxable If your city, busy men the most cut-r- t of tho Commniidor of the Miitthenr division or the army, vero county, and Stato tuxei aro threp In tho first duty of a vHeing -- The Ink trust will flud It hard to Thu-gueats ulll bo ontertaln- - citiren? shown them on this occasion. Kep. mills dollar, a not unusual hold prices after polk berries get (iticntbiiro l'atriotii: cd at Ihv N'iw Varnum from tho Disease In tho grealeat foo to humlax, these, bonds are equivalent to rlpo. NotOwoiuboro. Ky.. May 22 to noon, June .v an progress"' At a dinner given lo the Prealuent. niormnu of Juno ordinary corporate bouds or oilier withstanding tho Incloiaent wouther Pleap notlty Commander W. It. and general Jackson, at Lexington. investments bearing It's tho unused body that deterior0.-- per cent. At tint eaud and gravel com or TutBday, tho largest patriotic Halderaan or Adjt. Thomas n t fit,, t',ll(.,llt,f- f, 1'. .Til J T....... ates quickest? ...w ......... .., ..v.,.- iiiaiiu v,..iv. In addition, no Federal hx winch panies cannot plead a" rise in cost of! domonstrattou over hold in Western 1 Our Country At Louisville at ouco so th.it ilastriictlon la its own reward? The residence of war conditions may later make Kentucky was held in Oweusboro. the lh't of the members of tho raw material. u th'i the flop, ami tho refuge of tho op. y. walk in the open is uorth two In will affect thco bonds c Tho colebratlng tho rabiing of an American be promptly made out. tho uoue? J"1 """ 'oulv la.', these bond nro subject to How tho mighty haio fallen. Last can Hag and tho ilr.U annivorsary of l; Tho anniversary of r.idcpendence "The Orphan Hrlgado ropresontiid Personal hygienn Is Iho llrut u n, inherllnueo tax, wliich applica viek wo were the big chief of this tho organization of tho Owonrfboro-lUvie- i.gjity-fou- r countlRu of Kontucky for couitdunity heallh? -R- cnacrcal doubly IobUvp by tlio lo aU nr(iptrl of uu u.ndh whatao-prcsunc- i County Industrial Club. Stato pitpuni will confer .1 favor by jjuptr and riow v mimt be oontent A umall mosiiulto is a dangerous of him, whom tho. people's yvor. Thousands m.trchid in tho monstor making mention. with a column on the baek page. WAr tnfeileratn thing? ' ihoicu b.is mc.do tlui f.rst'ln tho uu- rt parade, consisting or all ordovs and UiUfoniiH. WILLIAM H. Most of tho dlneanes frrn which ' tu'n' JJIanU form- of application for Hi- Hani Fight Promiswl. biiBlnesaea. Henry Moorman, Col. 11 OSUOUN'B, man suffers are peculiar to man? 3 uaiication-- -. v.vll iuslrucled parche.se of theso bondJ can Washington, May cpininniider of tho IMco' K. Graven A.lluUuf. Louuvillo. Kv.. Miv l:t liuiiuiaiiuii uuii.'iiiuijii.init: in iiio - ,ier- - tinoj lrintl tll Treasury Dopart- - Wilson's plea tor inclusion ('amp of ConfoJerAtt) vuturaan, who 1917." pctuity ot our ropiibhcaii nistltu mont. any ICecloral Hescrvo Hnuk. a'ii of a newspaper censorship section fought r.UJi. Halo. uudir tho Ktara and Har.lnl t.ons. A le) aM lurm 1 mims eaut of 'Natlnnnl, Htati-- , or pnvu'u lunl . tit, in Ihu eapiouago bill now in cni.tor-.i.'.'- o, .. 1 uufurW i WOMAN'S HOAlUiKI) pulled tlio cord that 1 Amcricani Cloniue Supplying express olfino, and any po3t ohl'-i- j in HArltord. on tho bonier ..r tt.n .,11 developed n marke.l u.o nraiH anu iiiriptiH j .lie deflclouey of oxtoc.wl advantusjea, tho United States. IVIAIni HJHOOVKHKH at,U. Gixid dwolltJig, barn and oth- -' Any bank or i." altitude between Housm Hemocruts by superior activity and vior. J-r iiwmwary outbulbllnur.. Y.jimi:' . 'postmaster will aid applicant in fill- - and itepuliliciiis J'eajocratlc PLANU KOP. UKINIAN Vnn.ia-pccirir. Transylvania OwMishorii, Ky., May 2'.'. orchard, strawberry bed id othor t'utversit- y- Tho IUk out lib. blank and tho other acN iadurs started a tight for tjio wugor. UttltiAHL l'. C. V.'MKUT j ptido and hope of U;o wtalo ?Httitu, Hie hoarding: of yenrs plwiiins feuturu4. If carry ship amemlijni.it, and riepubllciua ntcwsaiy to obtain tlmso bonds. fi y caw to light Wodti fcl uy when It. Domestic Manufacttirura ft Innoat pike v. II ha near. In ord.:r that tho membor.-- of thu "eiied dotormlnod to stmni .y tholr A sure sourco known that notoi).. securltiwi Su, or writ ternal IiuprnvimiimiU Tlnalfiy ft Harnett, Uvory Amerlc.in vlio loves Aiueri-;c- a decision yoaff-n- i ,y it. oppose iridian tirl.wJo tr.uy bo Hilly oaltli aiiif stroni; bond of union. oi nf tho arrangoment3 Is utrongly which and ouhIi aggrogatitig' 91U.O0O hail Hartford. Ky., for further and s Jealnii.i honor it. Setmto aontiiiiciit . ducovoroil iu arlouu ludtuy ii.uusi.j u.iu .!i.i.omy iiionesc hllouI,j ,ll)s(Tnie, tfTi)n, Liberty Loan a.'j.iinsf the provision. linvo been m.ido for tholr trip to he-- ?' fDtr.l for hard tlm. ISoinI issue. Tho real success of tho f'ri.nldeut Wlloon'n bulor to Ohalr-ma- n Wailtinglon, D. C, on tho occasion or lilaKis abiyt the prmuh;i).i ot Mr.-S Tho Patriots of South America lMan N ,0 ht. 111oro ,,(.tOTInlupil by ul0 Hi. County (AiurL Webb, of tin? House Judiciary tlio holding of tho annual Confederate TheroH'i Head, ou her farm, mm A republiwn govornme.it. and a nilmIlt.r nt Americana participating Committee, declared it was impera Veteran reunion tho following sched- Volvioston. John T. Moore, quilltlctl as speedy deliverance from tho my- - , u tIlilll llft amolm, Hubserlbc-d- . Mrs Hul ilifitl l.st fall, agc.t 71 tive to iiio tho Rou'riHitent censor ule has boon issued: of tho estate of V. IL year... Her stnpnon, Cucilus lload - Mui.ro, (tediusod, on ': "" ' Tim spirit of. tho Nation Ih going to ihlp authority over lo . "Attention Orphan Hrlgado, O S. thd Lilst, uwi,jiaper J Washinr.tim Tho clitldreit of ll(. jmjK,.tj C. II. TIh'llor l.llilllfliul nq iftiiiril. ,rotla, ejomdully by ourlcontrol tho fuw which might not ro- - A.: Tho official train for members di"d a few wooka later. fimj the lepiiblle. choiisl. the memory of WM,niWi ,non, !iy tIll) ullltHir '"nlnH of tho thu um of fitiiffor.1 Tichmmr. .In n... tni... l'l,oli of its 'rain voluntarily from publishing of tho Orphan Hrigado. O. S. A." from the father or IhiMioutury. e:,nt of Louhvlllo over thj;atal rovouuti ngout illod suit to re- - . 0. ,. AlJJ,ltJi ,,UftII()(1 llB lrcttHlir0P .Amerhstn men and women who sup-- inforuinttpn vuiuable In the imcmy. all plni-10 Tin. l.Prci.ldent.i of tin United nilP, ,t.u i,o.,i ..... c,nor "''"" awa "? l f-aiiiuuni of Ull, i,avur nUIl ciraded School -- . C. &O. railroad leaves Seventh-stree- t, n... i.. n.r, ..,.-.- . . . States- - Who think it no duiruut to'nmoiXrU U'HDUK IH OHDKHKH c uwwy sub.icril..;.!. depot, Louisville, at a. m. Sunday, H"'cu sopiomner 1. District on th aSrd. p.iss irui.i I lie i.ritt OIIICO 111 11.0 IIUUOII . LV ('UAJi ril(IMtTAK Juno 3. Itouud-lrl- p ..;t Mm. Mary Leva Coop;r wa trlod faro from Louis-- 1 'i t() till, ploufth. villo, $iri.A. Securo Pullman berths. af.VHHIAfH'l LIOIiNHK ISHHKH ywlerday und adjudged a ponton oO NOTICK. i 11 Tho Military and NaviB Heioort: Waiihlngtoti, May SINCK OUK liAHT KCPDHl unsound mind, or a lunatic and w:im ot the mid trausjiortutiou at local titutiou i tho latu war Tlioy have achUi7ed . Wo agnii, will tlio attentiun of our lemons for tho shortpgo of ona! at or from It. K. J'arnons, puiiRongur committed to tho Westom Kontucky immortullty for lliniu!vei hiiiI hrt , .aid around Luulrfvlllo, thu iilluro to UKout.i-C- . & O. rallrojtl,1 fourth Ceo. ,. Huntor, McIIeury, to Irene Anylum for tlio Insuno. lfl .,tl0 ..... in .... . . It.'. uiiKi.iiw,u I...I..I 1... I.. ; whip ur.y more coal Yroui tho Pitts-bun- s street, between Main aud Market (HlUabeth Heck, McIIeury, ujKii.i . . iat lame otr s, ,Vtf " n ... iMil.llih no i:omnii.nicat(on. the i.uirou fieida miiiUi of tho Ohio, to bo atreots, Louisvlllo, Ky. to Marvin Hoover, It. :!( ,iMlc"' KiNt V'rMhrna- u- Cit-yo- u I'mv vigorously probed by Francis S. rea- ell tn iK"d by the iiullmi-12 Our ilUIIugtiUhod Ouw-t- , Janin "A special tr..in ovor tho L. &. S, Stella V. Stinnett, It. 7, Hartford. U10ru the clj.su Iu phytdcH is being wei-lv- i M'iinoo--im v.'orlhy Muccewir to lliu tlt.u anouymmm articles boily. clialriuau of the Uuiticil. o wtll lako on any meiuhmv of tho OrHoward Ulnos, It. a, lloaver Hum, huJd? honor flibt worn by tho father of Itla jm notf n.rlvuj .mil It if. not oor lie. National Ucfotisa. phan Urlgada from all points on to Ollvo Loo Wlso, PrcntliC IWcood lProsiuuan- - Don't know I In fact thlfa probe ha already been that lino bo.oo'i Columbia und It. 1). Hit mi, Ilrcmuii, to Aui.unl.x iHjro t hurl arvvsy Itoiu.s into tlio '" " am a iu nt'herii mysidf. i'i lleueral Audnm J irki.n 'H.e! ' through V. W Kccfer, rcal-Ide- Momjihla, Tenu, Tlilniralu will run Taylor, Kchols. started ,.. ,, .p. . Thin aiiouwiious com. ( . ..e 11..... ,,,. m... vji.,.. t... uuuiu ut Imk-- t iuuiio--u- y ,11a n.ntnuor at T'Htalnirs of tho Goal through direct to Washington und Is iiu.t LliKxiln G.ury, Krliola, to Atmlo nili Is stuWii .iieli rock achioviiuenlrf lii h.1.1 . m.l lor iis,'Hi ' Committoo Chairman morn cononlenl for iiujinborB nf tho Reott, Krhcli , country iiuttiorial reuown and for it tlui he.ul of the editorial cidii.iiii Peuliody was appointed at tho head Orphan Mrlcmlo living uuth of Louhimself Impurltihuhli) Ihhh. ami iiiuiit b udheivil to. Jteiuuts,0' lntl rominittoo lo too that fnlr isvlllo. Memberu of tho Orphan Ilrltaitu Waut II. H. Klsin. For rufajita and Ciilidratt 14 (ksui! Sliolby A Horn In two taking this train and who are Loitilon, May 19. Tho American that twmi!, bo oailUeil Uwn jirlnt ,loa,U,J? waH lu'1 by Uu ""Hvlduul equally dl.lln.;uUliMl as .1 culwut& h Use Foil of coul as woll bo sue?t3 r.f Oen W. H. "Ilaldo-mato Yoara raisin Is now attracting altonlbn in ' BOiiBumer recompiled with, hut the iiiauti-erli.- t tivator mid dul'otid'r ot the soil. I nlt eouaumor, who, as has bion ex- will report '.11 tholr arrival at Kiiijlnud. Tho lood exports aro ttdt-In- t' Alw.iyii bours -mr wrli-rt-A pan-signature. 15 Henry Clay as lin. i.mst. bisir thu oled, Heoms lo huvo soled upon tho Now Varnum Jlotol, the ptoplo what good foi.d li Is U'trlsluUih as K"i 'Us und iJomi-'nce- . 'tho iitoa that ho is nianufueliirliib' TUK liOITOIl. "All mojubera who saw active Hvr- - ami urn agitntlni; for Its rytooy.il ANSWER TO 1C h AT , - ..... i I ('J..,,.1 .!.. i .. .... Summer ' Millinery n The stylish Summer Hats . ' jIy ! f j oiticlhs ' j I ' ... .. are here in quite a variety of shapes and trimmings. No popu lar new thing in millinery capes this department. You can always find the newest and best here. The price jou want to pay can be matched with a stylish, becoming hat. We also take a special inter- ' i ! ti.., .ll.. ' 'l en U-.H- . est in hats for the little girls. Neat, nobby little hats that will delight the little wearers. This store is a regular ily store. All thi family necessities can be had here. rHnl ,,., E. P.- Barnes & Bro. . !- intrv. i Beaver Dam, Ky. "' f I ; St.-iti-- body-b.illd-o- ut s ! er s s llri-gad- o. on-th- o hri-gad- sj - tw-o- h- ' ! lir -.. to-da- d 1 intqr-connt- up-juls- I i : I 1 ' - r.u. 23.--Ot.- - '..,,., ,.t ,t ,, - , Il.u-tford- . .i'j nt .' Url-cru- CASTOR 0ver30 SA ,,.,.,..'.. "''" $ ; .J . V