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The Hartford republican: January 18, 1918 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 hao1918011801_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: January 18, 1918 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. TfH fye Pine. yUtttfoxti DEVOTE!) TO THE INTERESTS OF UtpmhmvL I'bOI'LL 01- Job Work. ALL Till OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per 18, 1918. i e VOL. XXX. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTRY. KY.f FIUDAY, JANUABY ' N... 29 1 Tho allowance for keeping the In intereit at the hands of many farm-c- m iix I to KtriiPk the helpless man down, KENTUCKY BOY HAS EXPENSE mates of thu Almshouse was hiIhc .mid htnt crop will be oxtonsive-l- y lone by one. Wfiic.i.ll was tUo luit grown tills year. Orders from lo throo dollars n week. The old struck. When ho recovered con-- J VARIED EXPERIENCES rnte for this service was two dollaiv HELD TOO HEAVY distant points aro still coming to tho brlouMiici-- ' ' hf manned to untie his (a week au1 a a rosull of tho Incrcai-'or- t count v for soy beans and many orders MURDERS FOUR hands nnd fliade ii way ti.lo tlin 1 .covered 1j curt ul living the Almshouse- keep-lie open air, where aie received that cannot be filled. YIARK or was actually losing, money, and thu rttO'IKU ALLOWS LOCAL HOARDS Average corn land will grow 20 bush'h sentry. 'I'tlllKK AND els of soy brans to the acre, and at wb mini., SO CENTS KOI! CLASSIFYING Relative aid finnis.of dpi. miu in jjiku WITH nttlTISH TRANSPOL filNULK. HANDED, P.AIDSIIANU AT Whh.ler w re vnahly ....night uri- Ijiist and proper. tho present prlcve an aore or beans HA CI I MAN. JTLL OK THRILLS. A.dP FIWNTON, KAJI- The tux levy ror 191? wis fixed nt would be worth $30 besides n yield c,Vunrw any theory u to what inpelli&O centp or the one liundrod dollars MAH. of n ton of hay. Tho crop can bo jod lillli to com'uit the murder.; and 'wilW a poll tax of $1.60. The tax sown and harvested more cheaply runner uobbeiy. Vnirt. Wtd(r' Lour-vil-l Ky , )xn. 1", '918. Washington, Jan. 12. Kxtrava- - than "a crop of wheat and is worth wile, from wl ma lif was dhorcd or Morgan and fnnrt wis il uled into road and hrlrlro Not i 'nrc thu d.ija flled by miuiv n,om'-pant ". Sri sinking fund money. mid boh, TELLS TALE iitmut a year a?o, lc tiTa Salfnn,I)uan, t c glorious Spanish Main hub the fowl,cent; per cent; ovpeuse fund, 17 M: hurs' WW""" " board8 for tlloir BOr" twice the fiftoen Ohio county 1 SURVIVOR ()f local Kni-Higeneral 14 About farmors 14 iars old, ns! sea offend ueh h wsalth f ndven-tin- e par cent; salary fund, 10 per cent' vices l classifying registrants has aro growing alfalfa and iu not a sinnt Gondland, Kan. parents lle for the red blooded jouth a3 nnil Almalwinur, nttil nrnvtalrili fill .lira. led Provost Marshal uonorai frow- - gle cuso has there boon a leal fail("apt. Whiter fought in the during the piesent campaign being J)ai'lng I Iwil Described by Ijoiiu Km- - erican iuer m accept, uiu recommendation oi ure. Sweot clover is also being intitiitu uuor S ner cent war mid lutur saw r Sbuiillt Commits Sulfide members and others connected troduced into tho county, and" the elected servlco In the Philippines. T.m-rl- o " '' " i, In Ills Ju;irti-- . county ,.h, Ician to care for tho Jail with the.administration of the sefeo growing of red clover Is being fosterMexican harder tremble During the vears ,er- and onr-haed in those sections or tho county , he attemptod to form a reglmsnt Jn, MrHI,h tra8 t ,orTlco,a.,dAI,n.houHo call., at a salary having a limestone soil. Lime Is man 121) a year. ur. rcnuicion was in- - ua8'8- Ilcndor a Loulrvillo - JKattWM n,M "nor ll l" ,M r..nu.,.. Knn Ian 1 f-highly Important in growing the clovso elected county health physician nt In a telegram sent today to all ers, and tho Farmers' Club at Matan-za- s Htropt nrrivpil homo on a flTloilKIi a 'salary or ?2S0 a vear. ..,,li. rt ;.ow.s ho, y of t apt. It wns ordered that the County !statG governors, Gen Crowder J11Rt ow mitcll ,mmey th0 rob-nic installing a lime plant. ,1P wouIl, Ij0arn,nB tliat Wt,lnPB(a), cw regulations, approv-fo- r , Salne. van In ,1,B Clerk be allowed 5.00 a dav'mulKatC!1 There arc now eight farmqrs clubs 'obtalnul was not announced by "M1;""t l'roaldunt Wilson, under which in Ohio county, and others will bo army the iuullirltlP!,. To(ay fB ay ,iay for, iiutioiiul lenices as elcik or tho Fiscal c' "' V" the boards lierearter will receive an organized as soon as the weather tho camp, auu j, is BU.,,llMod that 0d," nl chapter w.is iiv.i Itten in ini.t bloody, Uendor's story v,his advonturs (.(mrt ,.r i in. inU( seregate of thirty cents remunora-wer- o moderates in the spring. The salaries or tho county officers !,,,,,rt' .Wat,Un Uml8,'a"y Ur80UnSUUnl nce loavln " Uoulsvilb. in 1914 was I , , the subseiiuent mur- mm County Judge ir for cach n,an flna,Iy classified. nrni fixed as follows: di-of four men and seiioiihly wound-- 1 f.3B0, County Attorney ?SG0. Coun-- , exclusive of compensation for clerks AYAH CREDITS GRANTED TO Tho army bank, a branch of has made hundreds ct trips acioss ALLIES BY UNITED STATES ing or a llfth. The murders were Treasurer' or examining physicians who are not tlio nnulMi channel (arrvlns tronns ty Superintendent $1,000. uoaru. unucr me with a hand ax. couimlttcd VUv, Mo., is situated in the center or to Franco and engaged in scores on?200' a"(1 Jailer. tor l,irlB 0,P for nicmners ot tno War credits extended to foreign Capt Whislcr killed himself, firing t)lp' , ujntdninont. It Is housed fights with Gorman submarines. r tm,llt' Pnorty 1720. old rules tho hoards wcro allowed a .. maximum or $150 a month Tor each Governments since tho United Statcs-ontorca regulation army,. two shots from imiidlnc and Mr. aiuaiius ji.ijuu.u -iiiiuntii Rovnrf,! fining nrrnrillnit to the -. irintnlmi. wnlllclvn nf ptoi"lpnl linln -- "- the war total $4, 23C, 400,000. " tier vice rllle into his hivd. The first Winters was at thu camp to supor- - vniinKUMiiKinliKLiu Tho COUIltV .1 UUgC appointed II. IJ,,""-"- " pabSeilgcr sliliw vviuie many lmiril memucrs lmvn Of this Great Britain received glaneed downward through , bullet . ise 'moving the bank to larger quur- Tiipiioiiiioit nn.ir .... iiwii Kiim iliiii v.iiH kinttin couiitv road piichieor. ' but the " iiih $1,285,000,-00- 0; France, .irenowed their offers of a gratuitous one cheik. but tho other went true ters. rorced to wltncs.3 women and chil- noaru oi .Mugisiraics reiuseu iu con services and others have held their Italy, $500,000,000; Russia. The suicide lodged in his brain ami firm the appointment. dren go down without aid because of Crow$325,000,000; Belgium, $77,400,000; LOOK OCT KOK Till! AKSKSSOl! followed a general order Troiii headTho rollowlng claims wore allowed expense accounts down, Gen. the stringent Admiralty orders which der said In his telegram, "A consid- Serbia, $4,000,000. Instructing all captains at quarters - out of the dog tax fund for sheep any TCSS,cl P' erable number, regardless ot the size here- - Saturday r Prohla,t At a meeting tho cantonment to report and have -.. killed by dogs: . RHODES HARDIN WEDDING. or registration in their respective " "' o""f. agent fnr llm St.-ll-i taken. llonry James, their finger prints Mary. K. Klnimel, 3 killed. $21. a snip is lorpeooeo ne lid estiand the County wiien A note was loft by the army ofll- - Tax CninnilBsIon. II. I). Hartlett, one killed and one jurisdictions, have made their that all other merchant ships in the Mr. Lonnlu Rhode:; and Miss Cathmates on so extravagant a scale that icr addressed to a woniun. whose jJudgo and County Attorney, it was 'vicinity flee at full speed from the Injured, $ tho total cost would not be paid out erine Hardin wero married at tho luune the authorities so far have do decided to place tho responsibility hcenc to take no chances on being hit Mary E. Kiunnel. two killed, 515. or any appropriation which Congress home of the bride, near Fordsvllle, ror completing tho belated assesscllni'd to divulge. The note said: J. M. Stogner. four killed, $41.42. thomsolves. would be willing to mnko or which Tuesday. Mr. Rhodes is a prpsper-ou- s 11. Y. Davenport, two killed, $20. "I have been thinking of commit ment oi the properly of Ohio county Ilendcr described tho convoy sys- young farmer and Miss Hardin is tho people or the nation would aplong time, but I for the year 1017 In the hands or the ting suicide for a Kilula Harrett, one killed, $10. tern in use by ttie Brtish and re-- i an attractive young lady. The young prove." l. .. ...t..n. I.n.l n i.nnil rofinnn Vle liinlv T..1fn n il .1 Pnlinfl' AHnrflPV. Enibry, one killed, $S. Uobert lB"cce"1"1;, Under lhe lew regulations, ex- people are well known nnd popular ,,ciB, tcrday I won! out and made nseir These offlclala began at once tho work ;PortcJ, ," Urey Uowe, two killed, 512. 'Ho said that merchant ships penses already allowed board mem- In their community, and their many ot employing deputies ror tho various in a reason." 11. Leach, one killed, $10. II. lleets or thlrt or moro accompan boon friends wish them a long and pleasTho room In which Capt. Wills- - precincts which liavo not been tr ied by about twenty-fiv- e W, I? Taylor, throe killed and one bers will bo "considered to have torpedo based upon the provisions or this ant voyage ndown tho stream of ior's body was found was smeared sussed, nnd It Is hoped to have the injured, $25.50. Tin. nmit,t Ii.nvn1u nt rnml. regulation, and any and all furjther life. , . with blood spots. Where ho had work coropbded In time Tor the sit- W. HI Embry, three killed and one '"-"- " " '" 'm-- "" shall -- bo computed accord I payments .v.jvshc4 lilivis the tlug of (Tie board or supervisors the ""';' appaiently injured, $41.35. WA f1l I..- -. ingly." The boards by unanimous METHODIST MISSIONARY In ulnlil tlinrii UTC fllllpll Rut limlni' In Xlflffll f!1 'Ullif, Ub lillli ciwH iiit.tn.VJ nutVJ vuJake Smith, one killed, $20. ,hcm ' a continuous MEETING IS CALLED OFF vote, may distribute the 30 cents al-- I towels precincts luvo not ,et hoc. touched ,clM arou"'1 Two Mood II. 15. Canary, one killed, $20. procession. lowance per man among the members In the room and tho lablo and four others have been only par- veto round Sid Seatoti, eight killed, $00. liender related liow his ship oneo Owing to the extreme cold and inas they desire, provided that no mem-- I tially assessed Thoso in authority t.ih spotted with It. The court adjoin ned Friday, after narrowly escaped destruction by a ber shall receive more than 15 cents clement weather prevailing for some two hatch- with the matter of making the as- - ,' Capt. Wlilhler honowed large German sub after a running heiiic in session ror three days and no two members more than 25 days past, tho Presiding Elder In ets from n supply company yestor bLfcsiucnt guarantee payment Tor tho fight lasting two hours. The German cents, charge, Dr. Rushing, deemed it best " officials, and lie bor- - work and are offering a remuneration da. according to sub was five miles away when tho atpatrlot- - to cancel for tho present, the MissionTHE EXEMPTION BOARD. Gen. Crowder praises the that will secure competent men to do tack bogan, using her 4.7 guns starowed two mom lc members of the board who are glv- - ary Institute of the M. E. Church, tho woik. In the meantime Asses No Statement on Money. tioned fore and art. Bender was it exemption board Is ' ing their time to the government South, Owensboro District, which, was Tlin county sor lllnes will nssist In completing The men ho killed were: the wheel during the fight and was still hammering away classllyftig the 'without pay ami adds: to have convened at the Methodist the assessment. C. Fuller Wliileic, Kansas, City, showered with spliuters from numer- drafted boys. So far about 700 of ' "Porsoual sacrifices arc being made church here, on Wednesday after-uoo- n, Mo ous hits hut escaped serious injury. tho 2,000 men drafted, have been as- -' on every hand. The soldiers who are AGItlcnITKAI, Hl'ltVKV. last. Carl Ohleson, Kansai City, Mo. A torpedo boat finally hove into sight signed to being selected by the local and dis-ptheir classes. Seventy-fiv- e The date for holding the deferred John W. Jewell. Springfield, Mo. The Washington authorities have and drove the sub off berore she could cent or the men have been assign- - jtrict boards have given up comforta-e- d meeting has nut, as yet, beeu fixed. Hill, a clerk. Howard to draw near enough to inlllct serlou.i asked Suiiorlnteudeut to class four ami the remainder hide homes and iu many cases sacrl-t- o Wornall. who Is seriously injured.. acrcllUural survey or Ohio damage the other four classes. Perhaps ficed largo incomes in order to fight HON KILLS FATHER. . probably will recover. Although he had been in the War not more than ten per cent ot the for their country, twenty-fou- r (county. Blank forms will bo furnish- hours Army ofllclals tonight declined to, years, Homier is anxious men have been assigned to Class 1,'u day for $30 per nonth. (y (ho I)op.irtmP,u nml gomo ouo,Zono threo Mr. Kit Mosley, a farmer living y whether any of the money which return us soon as possible aboard nnd more than ninety-fiv- e per cent of Therefore it is net unreasonable to near Ralph in the northern part of cc,ncl w, ,)c nsUo(i (0 Vol-,t- o u ejch . .an American destroyer. His story all the men havo claimed exemptions, (request 'Ur , a- the robber Is supposed to have "b- n'" composed of the county, was shot and instantly tallied was round in Capt Whlsler's . The form will roiiulre the nunie of ,of adventure on the high sea was re- - Notwithstanding tho soveritv o' u OI. - s to meet the killed by his twelve years old son il liO.'l loom. t pi.Mte with it in Sunday afternoon. HI i Mho lurmer, tho number or acres or lated to moro than twenty young men weathor u largo numbri . i e 'vn. niPi The boy was toytiio ruiciiio oi v.api. niiihier n:ntt. ot il. u i cost. nunibw ot hnnaB employed on at the Navy recruiting ofllec, 412 S. many ot them brtngiii'T il ing with a pistol and accidentally disclimax of a day of Investigation j Louisville, and many or mothers with them, an the ' T. :i. t farm( numbor of acrcs dovo(ed Fourth street. 're vu) Jr iu v y, they are charged it und the ball struck the who Wy tho army authorities, -'js .. : ot ' u a - .n , I d t , i confidently elder Mosley near the temple and lhe Brow,B r different crops In of thorn decided immediately that the' day filing proofs for exei canllilant as the day progressed tb"tyi7 am, Ulc nclos plttllted alld to bo Navy was the place for them to see is frequently a touchim i :ivdr thr.t Lie, will give the gov- - passed through his head. Mr. Mos,'llie murderer nau not leu mu ream I planted In 1918, number und kind real action without delay. havo iu uir; ,. . Orders limiting the number of re- see aniuaged mother or u CL.oUcSU .f , c.umuiitpast, the future, as isthey them, ley was one ot the most respected ., . Yatlou und that his detection was as- -' in urms, wading tho in the the best that nr uuiuuui unu n.inu babo iruil irecs. farmers lu his community, and th InforuiH-tio- n 'in lined. Their most definite of live stock and various other Infor- - cruits to be taken in Kentucky are snow to the offices of the exemption 'and that they will receive compensa-boar- d horrlblo manner or his death excites wub furnished by Kearney Wor-aal- l, niation relutlve to the agricultural expected daily and hundreds ot young to make affidavit why son or tion only to the exteit that may be universal sympathy for his fawily. of Kansas City, the fifth man resources of the county. Similar ac- men are taking" the advantage ot the husband should not be called to army necessary ot We are Informed the boy had Just iu their condition attacked by the robber, und whoso tion will be taken In every county In present opportunity to enlist. life." service. found the pistol und was examining condition tonight was said to be ser- the Uniled States, and when tho it with childish curiosity when it was ious. FISCAL COURT WORK. work is 'completed the Rovern'ment accidentally discharged. SCHOOL TEACHERS WANTED. WITH THE FARM AUKNT. ' ;. Woruull, who recovered conscious will havu complete information of the m .ess this morning, told tho author,- .' ,ucreaslnB problem of proTldlntt Justices (.round Out Much Business Superintendent Howard has receiv- ' Wo n(eryewed th, coumtT Farm SUBMARINE WARFARE lies that the murderer was an nrmjrlfor Ujo fm, of ,0o,000,000 ed a request from the Superintend- - ,Agenl ye8teruay aml B,eanieJ from Ijtst Weed and Adjourned. HELD GREAT SUCCESS whose face he recognized UlU ui uuviubs cuuuiy lur ivavucja the interview a few items that ought inmu ami wno, no sum, w.ih u London, Jan. 11. Reviewing the The Fiscal Court held a three days for Immediate service In the Daviegs to Interest our farmers. Among r C. Fuller Wltners, or Kansas City, ( (Il'UT IIOl'KK 1H county schools. Mr. Howard is makOPKNKI) TO POOIt session last week and transacted a these wus the fact that cattle mid fiist year of Germany's ruthless subhead of the army bank, one of the largo amount of important business. ing an effort to get into communicahogs bolng fed for market, even dur- marine campaign, which ends Febmen killed. As a result of Wor- Lexlng- - The County Judgo and moro than tion with teachers who will accept ing the severe weather of tho past ruary 1, tho Tagoblatt asserts that Lexington, Ky Jan. 13. nall's statoment a general check of today witnessed its worst wcath-noo- n hafl of the Justices wero now in the such employment und will make all few weeks Wero, when fed under tho Central powers have bcucceeded army olllcers wus begun. This urtor-to- n necessary ararngements for them proper conditions, wero yielding u lu completely upsetting tho economic the oidur that all captains er in elghtoou years, with tho ther- - business, but soon adjusted thorn-selvacto their new duties und settled when found. Tflflchers willing to report uiid have their linger moiuoter dropping to 14 degiees begood return on tho fccdstufls used. llt'o of tho Entutito und adds thut tho ihould cept work In Daviess county should low zero. The temperature Is 43 de downtto tl)o work like veterans. Tho agent reports cattle taking on submarine campaign which has now prints taken wus Issued. with Superintendent W.iinnll. In ilserlblm: thu mur- - grees holow normal, Meconium to Tho retiring Judge, John II. ilson, communicate from 2 to 2 Vi pounds a day and hogs become thu principal factor In naval Howard. losigucd as member of committees on gaining from 1 ' to 1 Vi pounds u warfare, is bolng expanded and dedors, said a man camo lo tho door the woather bureau. day. Mr. Browder also Informed us veloped still further. of tho bank about 8:30 o'clock last. High winds blow telephone polos building thu bridge near Reynolds, SuuunuilziiiK tho results of the unCHARGED WITH ABDl'CTION. He; down across tho pikes, and snow has on state aid road building and tho night mid rapped Insistently. that cold weather Is not. a furious handicap In rationing cattlo whou derwater campaign since Fobruary and, eoveilng tho live drifted to the tops of fences, milking committee ou sale of part of thu was admitted havo Doss Jackson, of near Smallhous, they aro properly stalled and bechlod 1, Tagoblatt claims that Almshouse farm. Esq. B. C. Uhquds men with his revolvers, forced Wor-- , country roads Impassible, or tho lour men,. Inlururhan cars weio tuken olt.ex-al't- was appointed to the place vacated by was m rested by Sheriff Brutcher Frl- - and given' plenty of warm drinking bunk on an average 821,000 tons of null to tie the hands shipping monthly from Fobruary to. which ho tied Woriiall's hands. Icopt thoso on tho Versailles llue.und Judge llson on tho bridge building day on a warrant charging him with water. city ears were running today, fonimltteo and Sam L. Stevons wus ubdiictlng a child. Ho was biought. pioceeded to loot the-fecondition of the wheat crop In f December and for the wiiolo ye Tho Tho man then tho toll may bu expected to is Tho eoutthoiise, bovoiiil or tho appointed to tho vacancy on tho com- - hen and locked up until Monday the county Is as yet dllllcult lo bank safe, awl hud reached tho door luninliig wheu he wns taken to Ow- - niato. Owing to a want of moisture nearly 10.000,000 tons, and that, for salo of Almshouso laud. Wlion Wlllieis sum in mmum. I' Many eluliiis for minor sums for unshorn for trial, tho unease churg- - at and following seeding time soma building of new ships b tho H were kept open nil night and today Killed lltvaiiso reeogniiiO him, don't .ou?" for tho benefit of tho pour who wero work and supplies wcro allowed, in .ed lHug committed In DavIeM conn- -' of tho seed did not germinate, but and neutrals during the yea "You v, Itliouf heat or coal. addition to tho larger allowances ty. Jackbou and his wifo supaiuted the extent of damage ftoni that cause r- - place only 2,500.000 und 1,11 Woruull answered thut ho did. detei mined. tons or these losses. to Winters Hot coffee, soup and sandwiches mentioned below, Thu Bunk of Hart- - soiiu tlmo ago mid tho woman went eannot he ueuratoly Tho murdeier turned Tho newspaper sas the .wero served in the court holise, und ford was allowed $112.50 for litter- -' to, Owensboro lo make her homo. Snows havo piottctod the wheat crop suid: Jaiid in sumo of the school buildings, to j est on imtu for $5,000. Ten thou- - Sometime tecoutly Jac kson. It Is unusually well this winter, und if loss to German 's ouemlfHj me, do you?" "You know "I suio do, ou bluek scoundrel,' those without food, tho funds being sand dollars was burrowed fiom tho charged, took tho child from 'ts the stools are iu tho ground we nm suit of tho ear's work by J wheat will reach $5,000,000. provided b prlvute subscription. One Bunk of Hartford to pay for road mother without her consent and ro- - jet havo a lecord breaking was Winters' reply. the value of the shil yard was kept open all day so work uiid 'other curront expenses ot fuslnf, to return It to her, slio swoie ciop. Wornall suyb ut this point tho soy bean Industry, the Farm ton and their targe who weio In need of tuel the county, lor which uu interest al- out u wilt churning him with nh- The liesitutod. and then suddenly OjHttlul thoso 'Agent iutorms us, is attracting gieut rate. duct ion. lit he supplied. lowance wus niadu by thu court. 7.it tho five tutu, swluglug his All! OFFICER 'Mm , 1 - ONK-IIAL- K , v, i cr s Spanish-Am- lf """'Ororg. to '"" 'ard "ZIZVTZ, pro-Cou- ".. I ,,.. r: ' r ,., "' ! I - '- ...... I i j .". Ty l..i aer ...,,, ,, blood-soake- d ( l j to-da- I er - -- ,,,,, elo I 1 ' I 4 n, kio . J es J or estl-mltt- eo I , ' moal .T. . Jt,l . ...., j. Jiufc.f L--u i. .V t 'f-4t- ,t jAj. ... lS-- 4 . . Vjfcftafl. , .JL it. 3 mm, JCSSgg55wBggg 'C'OOOOO4 A w n vuur in (ha urcienL irarV.'i c.r.dilioi.s, r.: t! the tact that v.c arc nov; sejling nil lands of staple goods for less than rr csent COST PRICE, we can tliat we will sell or , ..., lots o! nrirn mi nnr fiiii!r stork. Wrt li.ive soiiiu broken We and srnutoodd. and ends in winter stockget them and don't regar dlcss oi cost we loss vor ry about what ready lose the money. Come and are are omnii lniQ w ilnnM. want to take over in our New Year. . losiiV Many or Ihcm half price or less. BUriJONT BUY UNTIL YOU SEh US. " r- LI .o V',. tmm p raee lillinfl-iHWI- k rw - y ..... I' One 4' I,oit 2LadioV iip-t- o Good Hoavy Coats &Z ffi -- Not tho Inti'st Htylr. but good worth $10 to $15, choice ' lUto Co.it: at rcrtucod prices How mill A lew Udion' Cotitj at Worth doubK C ilidii'ti's CoatM $1.50 to $4 98. P - OO $3.50 We Will GIVE You a rial With Every $5, Ladles liw pure Wool Svtc itrrs, latest sty! Some gcol ours for less. notv $3.50. Rtj Vw.n an. I Sl. eliotee any Skin lor $' ' m Ei-CtrN-ie- Special Mill wo mm- .m, ?i; .ituii Am c ni in ih' i( tori.".: Itvs rluin lh' i'onI of tho mad rial .Ml ll W.iul ilif I"' I SV :.o. lu Mr Hoover must lmvo (ntlon all his ideas from us. but c arc glad dcliviMV. !ay ctisli and tote." That's what ivc iat tvvculy cars Ago. "i T. rlartford Ropu..hcan. VINSON MWMtnm tm ni .4 nmw m..iUkKMnTTXiii&ATtitxm4a-mnwimMh.'.-- it ;i"i II II 31 r ; d .51 to ho found thousands mid th. .is.imls ooittioso.l for t'i. I'AII.KIl TO WSWClt. his rottrotiiout trout tho nowsnanor mons lutvo ,1 UolUnl H0I1I wouhl ho.i ro.tl lo to lfiituok most pint of unknowns. STBAY STREAKS. high and rolling to bo funnel with t luxt tho oountrv yhoitlil hnvo : l.tr ; Questlonnnlros addressed to thu Jmuii.ilWm (Ilr Fluke McKluke.) much certainty of profit to tlo- - tiller following drafted moil were roturn-Thl- a or voloo In tho conduct of Its affair. tjr riitillsliol Wcokly f Speaker I'row o of I ho l.owot House iwpoi'UUl.i In tho faro of a groat last mentioned land Is especial-le- d by tho postmaster nt the oltlco of WWTIXHtl 1MIINTINO I'OSIl'ANV adapted to grazing, more partlcu-lth- e tho Konttiok LoKUIutitro itppolul- - u0nal crisis, tho KopuMlcan p.ir'y nddrojseo endorsed "uncalled lii'orHrttt Not on" for:" Hill ltll silt- - every time he looks larly for sheep, glints, &c. W. S. TINS1.1JY. oil tho oullro thirteen members, of xvu mnt.i. an 'olYort to take control H. SMITH. It. f ,), tho rules committee from meiuhers legislatho tlop. 'ttnont tf tho at Hut Null's dome It reminds him acre in five, no, not one In L't acres Floyd Lynch, Olntitn; John W. VroitUlotit Crowo Is a ero.v 01 his own part.v. land has had Wright, Olnton; Joseph McDiinrati, at tho ai.tiroachliii; cou- of tho full of tho year, whon his moth- of this roslo;ial election. If successful th-- er meet to send him out to gather in a i.ii.u'lo sheep upon It for years, per-- , ilockport; Thus. I,. Kzell, Kockport; Killmr ture of tint. Stanley anil wo aro picasJMIS UKXUY THOMAS to soo hint help tho C.otoru.ir tin- - v,,r wjj Bl) ,iU wtth unahateil vlpor. tho Kourds. Sheep thrive upon the Ian I Ira K. Smith. Hartford; Hosslo haps 1' Akmh'IjiIo ICilllor tf. M. TINH1.KY, I not especially adapted to produriut; .Moseley, Hartford; lauronco It. lh tho wreck of the llctuocnitlc par- - i,ut uu people. throuRh tholr .roiv-- l 11.I HtiNlutvM Milliner. '.v. t!"o State. jr.orttatiw's in cotiKrtiMt will have a Oh. Iho liouutlf.ll snow, the sort c op., most gcnorally grown In Ohio Heaver Dam, K 3; (!eori;o hetluT that squashes up. over and down county. The bust proOt the writer Mvers. Hartford; Ollie Johnson, Hart- laijter olco in Its coniluct. , u ii o r.iniot'in" ,' i. Col. Koom''U insists that tho jr of jour brorans until ytiu can over made upon the farm was g'ean-e- d ford; I.oe A. Wilson, Heaver Dam; .(ii)fJ. K tumuli ncutft if ihi" s.iml i must tonllniio until tho allli win or 'tot tho people want such a cltauc" In policy will ho determined by the hoar It go "squish, suuish, squish," front a small and well kept ilock Yuiihurn Stewart, Fordsvllle. Alva ('. If ho nuirklnj; of Inn otrholtntng lotorj . their ballots. with every step yet take, even be- of gooil fcheep, even when wool, sheep Hrown Whltesville; Enlh Miller. to'u.onns tho liroiikluK of tho Corman AiWlro:) all oiuumunlontion of and Iambs sold for about one-llf'- h tween your toes. Ira II. Hlnes. Ilurtfonl. Clifjarowui of military .lomluatlon wo an? . S&t lUrtfora KoimMlonn. the present price. 1'nder the foster- ton Herry, Hartford; ICugene Coliv tum of frequent Tho American " for Hlui. hut if lio oontomiil.uox tho .. John Henry Thomas and Arthur ing care of our ory worthy comty man. Heaver Dam; Jns. A. Saeklll. 1 Ln nous has a .strong tendoncy ,o jnuahlus of tho tlornmn imtiou aftor- is NOriUK 10 ;;UUrOt5lliKrJi; Huford; Everett Spencer, Dundee; arrant hpocrites of public of-i- '. Dale Kirk have, until recently, been Farm Agcnt.und other good and s i io lrcniu ha boon hattho tittlit.it tntocriiMn rtw.m ihe i s rooming together whore they happenby Intlticucos. we have hnd AIllo Haley, Itoslne; Chas H. JohnTh.i recent .Is s th w .:a.- -. i wviu th . t ,holl w 0 llo not ,nxx that roult tkai wii In our midst, and lire ;iro- - ston, Hoslnc; Jesse T. Hurt, Olaton; a reoluttnn for submittlnc ed to have an ordinary, open grate ,v . . . .. . . worth tho Mooil ami trcistuo mooi-.- 1 ti the ofStates a Federal woman for heating the room. Now they are duclng some of as flue Kittle as may C.eo.'F. Condor. I'hllpot. H I; Alney -- r.v to noooii)i'll-- h it ittarMt.kJituiwi.Hitn4'itfii We have our Richardson, Hartford. It i; Culley ameuiiuieiit t a case in pomt rooming where the building is hea-e- d be found anywhere. ' II.II.mOm K..ttlM'H'Ml rhmVvVi by steani and instead of fussing com clubs, pig clubs, stock pea and i Wedding. US W 10th St, Indlanap-s.t- y Ti"ere is not by any known method I a . Tho farmors of Ohio county liouhl and It does. oils. Ind ; Leslie Daniels. Uenoid3 beau association determining the matter a national between themselves as to who should otter i,,s,u uow to organiso cluh vllimh .Nnifcw. Mr .wi.v rfv. itot . inrii, 4Uivii-t- . Hut get up and start the tire It Is said .scent to us with pure, spun yarn sell- - Station; William Alonzo Uarrctt. . 1'. tv .::.' for such Mihtui$ion apprc.tchius; crop.-iil rtvti to rssd fvir tho ahjftv.Mt. wool bring-- j Hartford. Iloutc 5; Hufus Hatulolph, Conuty Farm ARont Urowdor will a number of State, all of them ex- that Mrs. Foster and tho bell boy it: at 54.00 tho pound, UthHl Miohave to do all of the fusing to get ing around 00c. and a good luinh Pnrailhe; Olney E Hlchardson. In meeting and instruct-lV- ! ec t New York, lying west of the take ploas-urfrom J15.00 to $20.00. U's .lngton; Wavoy Llles, 1020 Market have woman Mtf-- fr them both up. clt clubs, when inuted to do mi. sis Ippi river, t;&a high time we were giving some by State action, and both parSt Louis, Mo e Uy ortsanUmc uoh clb it w ill niako Cn,t)iiiirt 1.1 50 UlUIU .....I...I..I.. (Mfumwili for tei.tlon to the production of wo l! t3l't.lMU Agent to ties in Congress are afraid of the it poslllo for tho Farm In addition to the otlu r we can state on oath that It .and mutton. moot the farmers in a more efteetive wotran rote In the national elections, Thonia. From Sudden ClinoBe. things we are doing, why not a Had Colli changes of temperatura is not John's habit to get at .JAM'AUY IS wa than would bo pov-lM- e tuak- - and '. ao decided to throw the I.'IUHAY in Sudden on the Stales. This action of sleeping very early, in fact, we would jutcre or more of sheep clubs? WVh and underwear bring spring coldt tuc indixidttal lsit thu If not Just like to give anything near la county organization directing Congress als hardly consistent with stuffed up head, sore throat nnd N'ow will otttob.'Hb Wack Jack thoi SlniV wrltitiR a:t article under the he t utlvldual States- want woman tho hour when ho generally turns m i whole, utilize and improve the poorer general symptoms. A dose of Dr. iOk "we ko w- - lvys Mhi ...anion of Agricultural Survey ap- - suffrage they already hao the tua-- c' las lu wife iu LouUville might road'and idle acres by the production .f, ttnia Vnw nia(nv(ri' I. itr rtfitlpf Wm Ati.v old fttshlotuM wtnten, i met to put it a oiwnttiou wlth-- . this) but If John i low about get- - sheep.and at the ante time add hun-on nri pce of this vw;ter wo h coniblnaon of antlSeptlc Uki we unis! tJ. ting hooked up with taorpheu. he j profits to your own bank account intert ention of the ui tl inforiutsl tht the hlauk torts tro 'balsams clears tho head, soothes the . by the it all up by staying with J U' irritated membranes and what might lUrt'o.MVPe re;u walkiug t.;srtr " "e-- v wUl b B,a4,'d ottt.inU Conrrti. is When byadopted 01 the sure makes catches up. alright, al- it until ho a vote done States t hool .ml trurtw.. J have been a lingering cold is broken Spring Utxatlte. You Xi"l I th Ju,tiih .aU narrow the trtght la 1. u..l.k .tktliHtM tW ut tho federal atueudiuent right. ... ... MMHi .ik wv.mwii.; tinrtil thi up. Don't stop treatment when re"i o until lR 1 Dr. King's New Life Fills will i "tit VVUlltHV mrues to t.tKo ioee p;a would deny the people a olce itv.rt of tto accumulated waste of win- lief Is first felt as a half cured cold oome the tha then McAdoo and Co. let the engiue 1kj wade Utatbtic-- . a? it t ta the u atter and leave it wholly to ter from our iuttstlnes, the burden I dangerous. Take Dr. Kins's New we! torj uinn the part of the farmer to a handft.1 of more or less lrresponl-K- e which pull the M. H. & E. South oren month It ; omI of the blood. C.et that sluggish Discovery till your cold is :one a? required on the w theu tne rneaier of the State legilsiTur. western limited, freese up tight and spring fever feeling out of your syst nominate a ot!duii for Cmt- it fas-- t last Friday night, in the Cnion tem, brighten your eye. clear n then politics is politics- Oetttlenten. whom Will )OU riK jour Station at Ellmitch and as n result completion tor wtr MMdu'ate Get that vim and suap said S. W limited failed to run until lt raiutac the uutloual prohiti- - nK.MKK OHIO COCXTY FOR FLETCHER'S of good purified healthy blood. Dr j Kit amendment and submtttiu Of ihe thtxv once tauou Utlltc. g i;n;i. wkds ix okuvhoma late lit the afternoon. If Mack can't King's New Life Fill ar a this we are going do any bettor-thaWt.lt Uiyaa. Htl'io Suuda ami Hil-h- e i4to wide annttituout for a vote of laxative that aids nature's pro mi on hiru. lh Kentucky legislature only the Herman :ht vu .cht to tell Pa Wils-oHohiHttolUM-ulglt tlVe J0 at Lat cess, try them At all drug- If you wish to rnako a tale try ba- - how tt uch a thorough ooavlction o"clok at U: (.e t f.l o the Jo.sni ie Frehytertau n.aae. t iHEITRLlOAN AD. gM. 25c. ttat the peopie of the tate are huu-ern- g Ke W K. Uuck parfortitevi the Who care if they do- discontinue a eud Will ta? fMead ple and thirttc after prvtJjihlnou cervmoujr wh oh nailed in. holy r. the train on the M. H. i- E ? Gueir why it tloe ot cp c of The HejtttC.fttl Sao X. h wv don't Mb- - Tr-.- a Saudefur. of Spul-p- a. we'll ti)l have Step Soidi and hi w e waul t for th climax ty pAiag a ta tsaXtag o it no. W-- UvH Xof Grewt UaVes. hand car. at an rate, if McAdoo doe nttd Reecc 5So-r- . , . . w Ik tU Vutik of Jul? Kumher. the mauKfacture. Htle. t&sttag or Ill The ewr are leaving toda for do it dou't Uogiu to deetu it dis?race-- j punijhahlo a short hone; oo ta KsJa Ciy fitl to Our fathers did it and I staelUu of liquor a a Wt are that if McAJiVt ,hy dath or detKtriatio i llavtas o heforv going t Gnat UtXs. w ere1 e can w. th erxiv at We know of only two things h:rt j , ,horvUShly decided that the vvwple o is a meairxr oi m wK sre o " . les than N'fore ' aaWu Uv arJ havtag tb IN ureat u&e$ arai nut ui cost a? luth. oa mre thta one kMeaser tram power to gt it to them withoet wit- hair and whis-- j i .rsi the war. and th.C araitt eater irm. Itg ta th CO)tti J t-- 1lt , 1k. o.l ur wuMt- of her. ha boi Kx.- V!A Wfca the Kvrd ot upei!rtt j ,..,.- vd ikm ta.toa utitN 1,-- . . kwv I.W u.v doar. iw... is kep Km the yrww poi4 frie4 of ottrs who had not hal u4K ia tk citj-- ay - fe "lays ace iH vrvVtMj hit VtlhHI h." . it :; with goat, atii the dual Prpo l titws aw ain any r ih iite of the rw"-tltrsome. wa in the -' C.Mit ihsV. sptrtBUMts aw aBC Mr$. CrNt. xd Mr ch. l lh K awi-- t to claim hi? WM e;orittoi a .srv.x. b Savi. r. ace : other day cumptattamg ery hv4di(ic uatil he o;i.- p .or to ter m rr much atstt: the apiwwaKt odor. &..-round-tri- p ws it ' apply the Wttll th rtn . ca T- j trcaM e- s i the.r len Jooer it. w.th Vte following and lher envr Kmowc and thlr o in f as he. hu I correctMl t ptJI whil mor '! Ur .k. Mk. far iur:. w'per tie kM KtWUttfhSi lrf,.'4lre tt xnicjU-o4- ". H hv precru a cotipiv xr vr et loe-- i f ts'tstwrr jes-- s , rytuKewte poMtioe s MOBILE. ALA. M th AUSTIN, TEX. ituc th tseotle -h sf o s oa.ti to rua !holthy. v l' th lRiI- : ' well Ibowo DOUGLAS. AK13L CORPUS I'll K l$rt. TKX. wu- as way t imre h a U frteU inttlrtrd ture cast uot ! th. s crvl? of ir.e..d HAVANA. CUBA 0AI.UVS. l'KX they uU h pttrvtajed e ttmchr t aoUi ins wt'i fvi:ow 'to ,v o. to h- - w hox. s tMt r o. I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I tiM him to Fr. WORVll.TKN. ttt Chariw tuoalhs ,-. .rsi. Okl.. Fti- I.- - v!l.v! terra to i sl ot th wr a ih s TAMPA. FLA. .e at Nacrs. s ILMA'KSIXW.TKX. vn"er csu v Nf hd to ie With .vtias of th . J LAKE CHARLES. LA. Va's Uulrtwrat iit Housrox. TKX. aw tor eurv , . i. k " vwl JK it Uhorvc ar twttue ! rhJ in M'MY VOT SIUIHF CLV NEW ORLEANS. LA. . e in iHe o'th SAN ANTONIO. TKX. , Lt'vaU t t -t To d aa4 arh that -t- he h;. k: svu - ULla.I l tt . S - auJt daily v" tti on , arb ar rlitre4 hj dSiot .' April 30. v 3 he i; tk ! a dear .tc m tti ".. 'r tH(.Vi -w May 31. i . wia Md i wu rt a tdptKta- y j ast to er'--f - mc e;vtne as M.t MKo y iMhr ro it utOilathtstop-ove- r ' S- - . .j .. - "V. v ivri I ."!' t . ''aiter c c i ri allowed in i M mru. SW v t iiiu tttWfc.tr it te li- -t.s a4. rich fcauoai as J a - b..k- rsv. IVs-- th maay va at. vVfcS:, xt . . p. a wtri,!. a !xpuo : the pwwtctx of For ratcb, route etc , foilcvtac .?oa- - jtrfci-;1 ai- - eora. bi'. -.vi sl aJ 5Kt' vI - tS U i a.-- - r a .y L tt x.-- . Jfc. ( -c holt! kiajy for i it ar.V IA V. tC". tit a ai w -- at ms m sA U:kc '. "s. i - Atjeut, I otiUvillc. r i Mf. Div. growt m tht ais At i'Ufr ti r . W4r ' lV -fete aai iH s.tral xis. vm 4m Ht . tl ?vr Ht n.t-o1 Soi'.-Troio.l 'Ci & i $'' SMMMiJ'rHfgljplJtfifiifliiJ!i.' ':;- -:, 1 v a: O a.f i U" 1 ! V i4 ll '" v A- & L-- i Undersell s Th em A ! 1 IHIH 1 9 Illlllll 1M Another Special MWIIIIPIHIMWIMII IIIPMlllWiWI l' WWWWWM WWWI'll About Fifty Pairs of ,ad ies' Fine Shoes sizes, 2, 3, 3i only """"M '' II 11 Four Suits worth $10, blue and blacks, we will itfvi! them away for a Imvc Dollar Bill. All 2 in small They are 50 to $4. If you can wear small ci. cell along at sizes, I.SO v4rtli Suit You Boy The Mex and Boys Will Not Get Left 5s That Cheap Enough? Wr will sell you choice 01 any $5 Hat for $1.49, less than cost of the material. Co you want a rui? !t so, say so; we'll do the rest Snort lois in Maclanaws, Rain Coats, Suits, Odd Pants, have all been marked for the slaughter. In fact, many of them are woifh more than twice the price on them. You can tell letter by seeing the goods. They speak for themselves. Hi I X o to do it for our Government. SEE US BEFORE YCU BUY. says. "Don't pay extra for credit and Ket-itiack- y SON, Beaver 1.4 Oanm9 G ' - MMmwnf ... In-i- , y; ae Con-gro- vl, i. l. suf-f-aR- o , t: it.vi- :! 1 Lex-wor- th e e. - dot MMi-is- l k ..u. k 1 Hir tch, lt he '! non-gripin- n Children Cry CASTOR A u ' t. ;rt-ocy - dttrt aj.ei fioy v-at- t.er' ltt ijij. -- TAIllAIOT tYYiniLK 1UUWI51 TIP1PTO HLiVl: NOW O SAUB - '' vr tt .w'e-'h- -- -- iw. Mtt hm fc. i: .perc re-cv- Swt. sr ? n-- mi prehsi f- Illinois Central Railroad ,:: - elei nr S--- ie. .w w-- ir hS Winter Tourist fares many other points the $outh: to the isvt i itl ar j4 hr h; v aJ s.i rhr. tf Ni v -- .ri yt lWtk ... ..' - ,$ lvr to r-- e;l -- tv.- tu,! r Fr Rhett. '.K-at- h. ll. eM mi .'.;ir.t .pe .. -- efte tta.u - p. wtihi prpt. sale Tickets Return limit Liberal both directions. until privilcncs ;iUlrcti orca. j.f.: fi .. -- wi. hh at F. M. v ?"' tolh -- ". jc 1 t.u- - t'o thi; ."."ry Ta tic ar? 1 HRLOlV, PAsscug.0t0 r. y m. I1 7 11 1 s'w In tlio mrnnllnio Iho tax- - nembly. In tho matter of Committee payora need feol no anxiety about assignments they havo both been fit- called on tm vrlillo In town Tl.o great hliward of last wen., tlio mnftolr, on no responsibility rests I llngly recognized. Senator Leach tarn rm;.nu'."i lSn ou.lre cnnulrv from i'jon thorn to tako any action nhtll has been assigned to tho following v Wv ! Mr. Owon Hnntrr ami Altornoy II. tho 'a..?, to .be gnlf and from tho they rcoelvo official notice) of what nc-t- cotniuillpcs: Mines and Mining, Inmir-anr- o ,. Taylor went to LbitlfivMn Monday HOo'y tnounU na mifwn.-i- l to tho At- Rill c to taka. Companies, Constitutional . whom tlioy will i.'t'tn! tins vV.ir lntlo Amendments, Retrenchment and KoruT.. ' Council. Lojrlfhttlvo and Senatorial Dis! .1 ,,U1 Cn-.- l !l -. iI Li tO J. V. tricts and Reapportionments, Com'in bo'ling al $'j0 a Fo.. I, a I cr.I,Ky. ci'mr by nolo pensation for Industrial Injuries, i f Miss Nnriiic Banutt, a teilinr In 'ton. :) :i . i ' s.'ill pl"i.- - ell and settle Claims, and Gumo, Fish and Forest." n i'IiouI ' c e ba, utasi:.. it.nl Mi u . 3 French auUir. Iltcs report that tin a if) at i, 'ca. Smvo cent. K.itii' ).u..p Is lilHnjj lior placo in ry. Itopro3cntativo Embry's nssign-mon- ta Ni (Jerro.-.n... 3t' not. a Million mon in the "T?"WfjBW' "VT ""?: rrr.-nre: Alcoholic Liquor Traffic. tIT' lusi) citoiw woi:k. campaign of 101 1. Corporato Institutions, Commerce and good f lma Ml ft Mai 7 Laurl Pendleton The cold wintry bloats rcrritid us tnat Manufacturing, Classification of Clt-lo- a Chnlrmnn, Judge W. II. Ilarnoa, PW -- .. ... Tho fnn-nrni- T ... i' omplotcd lior school at Cool Springs for t.i us eniT or aw vjve.hi.uai wuuiu i. ... I and Towns, County nnd nun & land lias atcoptcid a position as loach- - woman re. o'.utlo passed nation Iovnr Sccrolary, MIt Margaret Marks, and nciivy ouii hi naiiuu-i- y sulTingo tho nnd Jmenllo Courts and Chll- Hlley, went to If the present weather. White at this season our Stock is k Lr In ono of tho departments of Hart- - houso of Cnugrcfcs by exactly tho re Treasuror, Misn drcno' Homes. Oweiinborn today via tho M. II. & n -o--c ciulred majority. ,.ord I.lgh school. limited, yet there remain many good values. An ideal E., to confer with tho Owcnrboro Straw Wanted. . to buy; sure to be higher, as prices on the raw time Sleighs and sleds havo been much1 in order to meet tbo increased Ucd Oroiu Chapter In regard to tho Wo want a number of tons of material are soaring skyward. jtjir.i evidence since tho mow has henn prcssuro of tho German army occas- - mo3t offectivo way of accomplishing baled straw wheat, oat or rye. Will !o.i. Tho mall is being tarried from! ionod by tho rciraso of tho soldiers a thorough organization of this coun- yay market price. I iHr.rtfcud to Beaver Dam on a farm on tlio ltusslan front England will ty. Willie there they will purcunso Ol fb Amorican Ass'n.,' sli-with a surrey body attached on rnksp an additional army of a half a supply of knitting yarns and cloths S. L. KINO, Mgr. sultablo for making soldiers' bed million men. . it. , r.hlrts and other garments that will Two electric cars crashed into each add to the comfort of (ho boys In tho Only two mnrrlago license wore i.s- 1110" war lasts o u' (I during tho past week, these other on tho Big Four bridgo atcamPa- - As IonK ns o COUItT DIRECTORY. wfro: S. W. Stewart, Ileavcr Dam, Louisville, Monday afternoon and there will bo work for tho Bed Cross . . . o lo Pearl Allen, Fordsvlllo; Lonnle threo porsono were killed, nnd many to do, and tho committee In charge U Ithoads, Fordsville, to Catherine 13. others injured. A number of per- will keep up tho work of organization sons fell through the bridgo and their with ininbatcd vigor. The threo ofHardin, Fordsvillo. Balmacon models. Men's lives were saved by landing in the ficials of the Chapter arc giving lib$12.50. $17 "Ba-lo- r deep Enow drifts under tho river erally of their time to this useful Willie linker liaa sold tho old CIRCUIT COURT. wbrk, but it Is the duty of every citfarm", on the Hartford road near bank. Boys' izen of tho county to leml them a Judge R. W. Slack, Owcnaboro. T Sulphur Springs, to Mrs. Fanny C. E. Smith, HartKentucky was tho third stato to helping hand. Tho Louisville Chap- Com'tli. Attorney and has hoiiRht of Ills brother, ford. ratify the national prohibition amend- ter has very genorously offered to Mr. Tico Baker, the Warren Illncs Men's Mackinaw ment. Mississippi nnd Virginia had contribute to the local chapter mater- Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. farm on Hall's creek. Otto C. Marial for women's knitting and sewing, Master Commissioner already ratified it. tin, Hartford. and as soon as proper arrangements Mr. Willie Bean has returned from Men's model. Ten inches of Bnow fell In 'Louis- can be mado for distribution many Trosteo Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, Lowisburg, where he has .been at Hartford. $15 (work for several v.ecks Installing a ville Monday, and several Inches of willing hands will ho working for the comfort of the soldier boys. Get in 1st Monday in March 12 days heating plant for a now Baptist tho beautiful was already on tho good Com'th. and Civil. Men's line nnd lend a helping hand. "K'JA Tho church was built by ground. i n . i i iti church. 1st Monday In May 12 days Civil. Yl :' M.. $10 Y Iko Foster, of Hartford. 1st Monday in July 12 days Having already repudiated her TWO IjIVKS . Ti& . . Com'th. and Civil. IN A mini: kiuk foreign countries Ilussla Is It you are looKing tor good materials at a normal lis ah persons indebted to us by note debt lo 12 days 3d Monday in September or iicci.uit will pleaso call and settle now contemplating the repudiation of B price, our line is sure to please you. We would aupreci- - lx Civil. Grecnvlllc, Ky., Jan. 1G. Fire st onee. All past duo accounts mustlhor own national obligations. ; rAX a. i ' broko out Inst, night in the Greenville 4 th Monday In November 12 days ;b0 paid immediately or satisfactorily m - snowing -you, wnciner you purcnauc now qi mi. Com'th. and Civil. Mine Company's mine at Brovder,Jur.l Congress will probably eonn pass Ivcnember us vlen ;.ou need i SUiT or OVERCDAi, and m COUNTY COURT. a law subjecting to tho draft all as tne nignt sunt was preparing to jjituu cu oiiio rouMY also remember that it pays to make or.r store your shop. aj & joung men who havo reached tho enter tbo mine and two mon, Ezekiol Meets first Monday In each month. (Incorporated) age of twenty-nnyears since Juno Reynolds, superintendent of the comJudse Mack Cook. p::i3 place througli ITtS. m M s T.d!a Gardner did not appear C, 1017. pany's threo mines in this vicinity County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. land a prominent resident of Brow- As- Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. to ncl'lre"s tho Parent-TeacheEarly In tho week Louisville bad dor ani1 Walter Smith were overcome Shcrlir S. A. Bratcher. soclatinu, as announced In this paper Superintendent E. S. Howard, last week, bn account of tho severi- tho deepest snow in tho history of hy gas while lighting tho flames. fhcro verc no other casualties. ty of the weather tho committee wir- the city. Jailer Worth Tichenor. r-M- 5 The inch fought the tiro all night Assessor D. E. Ward. ed her to defer coming to a future uSS il rmK J.r (P -- ' nil Surveyor C. S. Moxley. It Is rcnortod from Russia that tho and early thin morning abandoned " date. 3 KiSuy former empress, consort or Czar ll'c effort and tho mlno is nlill buru- - 'Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. It M .WiBWIiM , FISCAL COURT. Edward Ford, son of Dr. E. W. (Nicholas, is hopoleftdy and is lnS. Moet3 Tuesday after lirst Monday r"e mino wlilali i bi'ming Is tho IV (!, MifcTiii.': with a serious ut- -' couliiiod in a hospital in Siberia. .same ono in which a number of lives in January, April and October. ' r; of pneumonia and for a day or SHKlari! has gr.uUed tho privUVge .wore lost In 1010. Mr. Wickliffo, of 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, ,' (Mrllrr In lo wo-- k little hope of Le compa- '. Routo 3. o ii3 rotovery, imt.oipop ;; ..u' re to it- - tis iMilliL:is t,1,B rtt. '8 nurta'-ipxniratjwc)ejtnb.v.KVTii,MM .lh m1mii MMJVJfJVlWWmVMWM mm.r ny. 3nt! District Sam L. Stevens, Bca.y'- '.o wn; t1 '"; ly improved at the hour of no. n of vo , ... n r, . '. .. f(r Iloarii, of Route 1, was 'i siii; to pn ss. or Dam. ",I'IU H Mt, ? DStrl.l Q B. Brown, Simmons. is (, ,n i ". dnchday. !'(H r,li3t.i woro f,?.' a i;.q noi- - ""IV, ." or fitJips AXIETY tT.LT jtj District U. W. KpwelCcntdr- V. C. E. sho-- . C)IU!,rn !.h',s Attorney ljPni', as ho was .MAT.rrjiitr i 1'IHiM . Baptist town. .loss, ir. i the 0vtnsbcro engage-- l 3oa,.ir,-- i oil ;n P,J.ro"ia j,ot aft- r in 'it'i C'l n .; r,ixr of points in Ohio oih D Strict (! IV W. C. DaughcrtyBaie- lion J r.hd I'lrmitr-i ( icu'f t'onit. Ho was unablo to r.r'.i'njj an nc'drc.s. Nuirurouit vrerp made. :.tiniy rir-- reports of the ap;eR.' - j . town, . 1MI i ABLE. Oil ilf. i d to perform tho rlgkta of nonj Sunday with his family here on m.vV, ;t. iy. p in. m.it' McC,ira!ii,r, of North Da ante of noma .disease rcEombllng oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. account of the bis bltizard. Mr. .c, l '.& dU r Cniitli will go to Hawe3llle Monday '.ota. drew a jloomy picture of war E"aHpox. Tlio first caso that Ta3 ro- - 7th District B. F. Rico, Fordsville.' :i ..I cl 7:30 a m tlt tiue Asso-- Ji Tho American i th hero Circuit Tourt will open Tor a fom'itloaB in the Seoate Wednesday. ported hero was from a point near eth District B. C. Rhoade's, Ilart- . 3:40 p. m a Hi Lv. i Ho caid with Russia and Rumaiila Cantertown. and closo npon this follford, Route 5. S:2D p. m elation if pu3hfng ahead, In spito of 0no wvol: tona. Ar. lrvi i,!on i oooi t of a case at Hartford out of tho .war and with Italy holdin; owed-a p. m tho cold wocthor, work on their now HARTFORD. Lv. Irvine ton Mayor J. E. Bean. The following parties recently nual- - or .with doubttill strangth and France ami two cases at harrows. A man . 7:10 p. m warohoiibe. Ar. LoutaTlHo a lineman for Clerk J. A. Deputy almost exhausted, America mu,st Clerks, iflcd tt til Lv. LouIbvIUo . S:35 . m. Tho High .School at Ileavcr Dam !n specialas work out County county: for ,'flvo millions of men to Europe, rush named Drury,Telephone Company, tho Pollco Judge Howard. Crowe. is W. C. M. In tho and Cumberland ,10:00 i. in yt i.r. Irvlniton Marshal E. P. Casebler. . W. B. Johnston, L. B. must build ships ou a scala novcr he- - confincid to his room bore, and Coun 10:40 a. m temporarily closed on tho account of P.. Carson Lv. Irvingtou ty Health Physician E. B. Pendleton ROCKPORT. Ar. L'llmltch .. 1:04 p. in tho sickness of its Vlco President, Mrs. 'Loney, M. C. Schroadcr, Mrs. Flaudie fore coutomplated. has the canto under observation. Guy E. K. Tartar. I). Fulkorson, C. O. Hunter, Kit C. Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. M., SI. .Vt K. it. R. T.'6!K T.IOIjS. (I Alva Potty, merchants at Byoi-s- , Henry DoIIavon Moorman, Clork Rushing Hunt. E. B. Finley, W. M. Heflin. O. South Hound, No. 115 Mrs. Nannie Stevens, widow of Joo It. Tinsley. G, W. Martin, and W. H. monwcalth's Attorney for tho Hardin- - Narrows, aro under treatment by Dr3. Police Judge John T. Jackson.. 0:OB a. rn. Uuo at Hartford Stevens, deceased, died at tiio homo Parks. Marshal Will Langford. district, has re-- 1 Lawlaco and Stewart, and wo under- -' North Bound, No. 11-.G.-1signed his olllco and enlisted in the "tancl it Is the opinion pt tho physl-arm- y REAVER DAM. p. m. of lior brother, Mr. Robert Oglesby, Duo at Hartford... clans that tbo symptoms strongly In- near Prentls, Monday. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney, as a private. kkpi) fmiv i.viii s.Miir -- My lm- (Both "Mined" Trains.) T a-Ullcato nmullpox. The case in Hart- Clork D. Baker. Rhoads. 'i Pioved, home grown, Boono County ' FSP.OOD SOWS FOR SA.!,E. ford Is properly quarantined nnd Police Judge J. M. Portor. uowani hub rccuiv-- , i.i.nmciHiem ult0 BCCa. corn Is well matured, (Hi tho Tie government says there is a there is no posci'ile dauger of vloitors Marshal R. F. Stevens. month's pay for tho ,...v ,.... slmnlv nno. miantitv limited iN. shortage of hogs. Having coming In coi'tact with It. We. defer, i FORDSVILLE. ? teachers, and will bo pleased to pay .... A..t n .....1.. !. ...in l...nt.r.l grci't rUodiltll HIJWc) thoui when railed on. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. helled. or in oar, no charge for crato thr i' moro brood sows than I require, of cour.e to the oplrloa of tho docClerk Olla- - Cobb. 'ni' Mir!:, order from this advertise- - will sell a Podland China, a Poland tors, !ut are strongly Inclined to tho Chln.i-Duro- c Jersoy cross and u theory that it is only nn epidemic of Tim regular monthly meeting of and Social Eveits. Police Judge C. P. Kessinger. nt fim, t you aVo not thoroughly Oli in county Baptist Mission met ,,itasc,i witlx ehickenpox, dutch measles or some Marshal Grant Pollard. ' 3 the corn return it and I l3'ert(1 "'B uoao Rlrkahlre,- all .,,,. ,n,ier ami av Ac bioedors, will weigh 300 ami up. ono of tho numerous skin" eruptions Tuesday, with a good number '..., first class in every respect. Prico 20o that frequently mnko tjiclr appear-anc- o OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR.-Countof luembors present. i,n, .,. innv Spo Eck Rial for Kindling Wood 'tho pound. at periodic intervals. Board of Education. 'JACKSON, Rockport, Ky. JOHN T. JACKSON, . E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Senator Albert Leach camo down Rockport, Ky. Everything now, neat and clean at from Frankfort Wednesday night to Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartPUNKIN RIDGE. Notlco tho ad of J. T. Vinson & 23tf Maplo & Chlnn's Restaurant. Mr. Jim Porter died Saturday and ford, Ky. visit hi3 family at Beaver Dam. He Son In this issuo of Tho Republican. ASSESSMENT DRAGGING. h Dlv. No. 2- -0. was hurled Sunday at Pond Run. He will return to the capltol Monday. W. Duff, Fordsville, It pays to trado wltlio tho live merKy. Ed CooniB, an old negro man, died leaves a widow and seven children. chant wjio advertises. Advertising Tlio tangled skein of Assessor Is omployed makes tho volume of his tfalos larger Mr. Hoyt Taylor.-whDlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, at his homo In Haytl Tuesday. Littlo Marian, dnughtor of Mr. and In tho engineering sorvico of the and ho can mnko tho margin of his Illncs bungling Job is giving a doal Mrs. Harry Woodburn, is ou the sick Ky. ' of worry to Judge Cook and County list. Mr. and Mrs. Claudo Blankenshlp Southern railroad, nnd now Htntioued profits smaller. Dlv. No. 4 H. O. Autry, Balzo-towWe aro also carry- - Attorney Kirk. At a meeting of li.,-,,- ,. Ky. (, visited frlcincla In Beaver Dam Wed- at Toccoa. Ga.. Is visiting relatives t ... ,i,,i,i,, ., Mrs. Emma Stewart, of Jackson 1 'f thcg0 ofl,clal3 wth. Henry Jamos, ville, Fla., Mr. ilorn nesday. Div. No. 5 Otis H. Stevens, Beav- 'Tlioart Fred Porter, of rt i tli Hlinr ' itIWIUI vmit oltnnttnn ,,., ;UUI lt . . U,"V . llm C?4.,n ffrt v. people know tho valuo of printers .. ";""1""t!"u"' - Ucoch Creek, and Mr. Earl Porter, of or Dam. Ky or Roanoke, La.,ls l " l""""u "" Dlv. No. C Nat Llndloy, Center- Mr. (. N. Taylor, ' We havo our plant now In Roodiink .in(1 ug0 lt liberally Portland, Maine, attended tho burial Tho meas- by which tho ot thclr fttther Mr. JInj i,ortcri Bun toWii. Ky. " visiting friends at his former home running, suupo, aro in a position to tire of a merchants enterprise and tho ,UC"' ! s1pce,,! y n!,lshcd' ",ut jr. Time of Mooting 1st Monday In near Cromwell. furnlsh Meal and Mill Feeds of all volume of his business may bo fairly WOr,k c"u'a littlo has been W. E. ELLIS & BRO., kinds. Mr. j,ttl.ry Dr0WDi of Rockport, February; 1st Monday in Auril: 1st Judged by his advertising space In 11 was CieClCiecl al UIO COllIerence re- - lnrt fiumlnv fur Imllnnnnnll- - tn ntCn.i.l Mnndav til .timn. lut Mnndiiv In An Hartford, Ky. Mr. E. G. narrass returned Satur- 20t4 tho newspapers. jforred to that tho Judge und Attor- - the annual convention of the United gust: 1st Monday in October; day from a business trip to Louis1st ' " bhou,d mPy deputies, allowing Mno Worksrs. Monday in December. Sarah Balzo Kirk, of Fordsvlllo.was ville and Cincinnati. WATCH YOUR CATTLK. adjudged an imbcello or an incompe-- 1 "" ctul8 J1Lr "8l uuu suaran- - Master Heury Hines spent Wcdnes- - County Board of Examlnors D. S. A disease called blackleg is re- - ""-'toel8 Pay a"d " was h0P' tIa ar- - ,iay witu his grandmother, Mrs. R. Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. adminisS. L. St. Clair qualified as tent person In County Court recently .'ported among the cattle in several Duff. trator or tho cstato of John Luns-for- and Squlro B. F. Rico appointed com- - sections ot the county, and care rangomont would secure tho scrvlco w. Woodburn, In Rockport. so far; Mr. Forest Miller was in town a' Jan. 25 and 2G Common School I doceascd, January 10th. mlttco for her. should bo tnken not to let the dls- - of ,nel1 to ,l tno worht Dioloma Examination. enso spread. Farmers noting any mUo Preeea has been made. Tho fOW ,ay8 .U8t wcok visiting frlonds. BIrvlbors will meet the; School nt Whlto Hall la closed for Maplo & Cblnn, tbo restaurant troublo with thoir cattlo indicating b"ara faay 10 and 11 Common School Mrs. J. 8. Bean and little son, of llorso Branch, visited rolntives in men, keep candles, cigars and tobac- dlseaso of any kind should prompt-- ; second Monday in March, and it ap- - a f(JW aja ou account of tho cold Diploma Examination. May 17 and IS County Teachers' , Loltchllcld from Friday until Sunday. co, as woll an toothsome things to Iy notify County Agont Ilrowdor VQaTA llarUly probablo now that tho weather. satisfy that appetite ot yours. Give hero. Mr. Browder will bo only to nssoineiit can be mado In tlino forj imluatlou (whlto).' mo ooaro. jiio uim- i'"B-May 24 and 25 County Teachera' MJlVll AND EMHKY ON JOR. Mr. Henry Barnes has resinned as them ono trial and you aro certain glad to ndviso without cost any farm- - ,uo depultcu in duo nnd to go luck again. L'xauiinntion (colorod). teacher of tho Rlcketts or needing lits services. In fact, that cu,t' lu Senator J. Albert Leach and Rep- Juno 22 and 23 County nnd Stato Mr.. Cheater Royal is couiplotlng tho is what tho furm agent Is for. Mr. ciuciiy porltapH to tho unwillingness Each of tho following persons have Browdor and Dr. Balrd went to Hef- of men to bravo tho winter etori3 resentatlvu L. L. Embry uro at Frunk- - Teachers' Examination (whlto). torm. Juno 28 and 29 County and Stato recently hvvn appointed and quall- - lin ycbterday to yaccinnto tsomo cat- that havo been following to closoly fort contributing their sharo toward one upon another. In tho event tho "buvIhb tho country." Each of thoso Toachoiu' Examination (colored), Mr. Wilson Jonca and family havo Ucd as Deputy for comple- - tlo affected with blackleg. usEes-meIs not mado by Fcbruury mou Has had forraor experience as Sept. 20 and 21 County and Stilo Ml returned from Ohlcugo, where Mr. tlon or tho dehiy-- d awesmeiit now 'fr " " William K. Vandorbilt has con- i; tho County Court will Isiuo sum- - loslslators and v."" "o doti'-- t rendor ivdi" - s' Examination (white), Jonea 1'iiu Icon omployed on iho Chi- - on Imufl: G. W. Brown, V.J. L. Slutv- '( - 'o f tho Sept. 27 and 28 County and Stato rago Drainage Canal for ceveral or, SW. L. Thomas apd W. S. How- - tributed $250,000 to assist wounded moniica to tlio pcoplo to nppoar bo- - v " ' arc). foro tho. County Court Clerk to 01o present scsb.on of the General Ah- - Toiiihort.' Examination (colorsd). and needy Italians In Rome. lonths. pSS!BS252BSgJBT5 Mr. Ernest Wilson, ot Greenville, BOILED DOWN. their llsta. J I k9(LAi&cs av. i oa A He-for- I . lrt Clty-Cotirt- H'-ttl- two-tbird- Men's Overcoats, French models, $12.50, $15 to m Men's Overcoats, regular U models, $10 to Overcoats. to Overcoats. $5, f ooooooooooooooooooo ..$20 1 oooooooooooooooooo $7 to $10 1 Mid-lvIf- Coats. $5. $6.50 to Suits, belted to Suits, staple styles to $7.50 1 ...:wub ... Si .,""' ( lost i a-- o i&r tai rs -- a-?j- I! K LO. 1 r ssmBI mAmmm m Z?i i?i) ' Ini-an- , ";:rra i ;'"-I'n- -- '.:: ji l ar-ros- r ! it-- 1 ' Mcade-Brcckonrid- .... i c- rt,.. I I ! . ' - irtl..inn t ' o ;"" 'i'c -.- ...... ... n, n-,-.-- ., T.'.V. tfnlfn.. 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T c ,re, ; ins account from i e - i)ssl"3 Info ' '. . i. e h ir 01 the ' U ' iolo ' r! k ,.n 7o2J by Herself. licx ii 'I n i iitvc I. r .1 ' .' r' CY 'i eerily .on t.'prtllwr. thn a e ' f',' . J..n. No It .wrl iiiU!LlOi'ii.!b:'.:j..j li ' o CoiTty Judge' 'neurit ont of the rV f political ol .1 tOilli.iU' 'iki'll ll ii llPIU lulllftilt vinco .' f .lll'll to fie , again la reported ill nnd proparlnr lo In for Bnltlroo'-- with Walter Srorrn-nnla ll r v'i'-- e oiI Mm rnurl for protection i' : arm abound, t!u I'ontui Ui.... t.ic ini, uhl'e the nillitarl'tu nml pir- ouspoctod of beliiff nu active flguro In Christopher, 111. "For fonrvcnral inst thn vrrth and vringoa.ico of int. e. maiiB are den and'H"? the dlFinintil BUilored fru.ii weakness, plots launched here by dpi. Hoy-IJIt It flut In U tiMitt vf Its ov o t' Minor,' Mitt iJrilHii ,. .. i.....i tj hii.4ii.ij n . .1 .r rrt couatryn-.cn- . " tho former Gorman military attache, I.ydla charge the partner of hor bed ' wim ... in.n.imi n.n "v nnd believed to hmo been a captain nnn no.ini witn .nsauit with Intent to condition. Two of our belt doctors man delegations at in the Gorman army. M. ,.,,,, l(ll,.flirniCl, iIl0 hal.lt of In connection with the reported ill- - ftlc.!n. ollt failed to d- mo any Acordlng to tho story nnotllclally BUIlllry nI11, ,llvpr l)f . Vfrgood. I heard so nes, of tho imperial Chancellor. It Is 0CCtlB,an9 a wrIt of , told hero, tho man was arrested SatHl,rt for Iu. much nbout what rcnor oil from Derlln fST-i-w, that Count von urday while in tho act of attempting rpont8 LydiaE.rinkham's for. Vegetable Com- IIcrtlltiB s address before tho Main r,VCB ns a to blow up a magazine at tho unfinwIf, aml pound hal dono for Committee of tho Uolchstau has been ished army aviation Held, under con,)f ,0 ,aw 1loforo 10 others, I tried it postponed for several da8. It wa c,u im struction near Kowpoit News. .in.M r ,i. ,., ire i'awiiatan n r niI, ox and was cured. I raid previonaly t'mirr, nl irst.'nl. jis that the Chancellor Tho prisoner will he turned over nm no longer nerowovcr (hu ,.(Mlrt pllIceiI ,. leCiil'on i l inii ould answer tho recent war aims tuier a 100 bond for his I vous, nm regular, Anur. ISi.i trr , to olllcers of the Department of Jusappeatance -' ' eiiin(orii i : nnrl in vrll.itif :ti(0Ticiits or I'refMont Wilson and , So health. hearing. I p osmlllt tice at Baltimore for a ra ,u ,.t C01IIt ., ti 'rnc . I bclievo tho Compound will S.l.aoli ai it far the only chaige formally lodged cure nny female trouble." Wra. Alice irrMlnr Lloyd George before the dllllloatlc sl.,oinent of the dlllleultv. ijilec.. M..!n Committee on Wednesday. against him is understood to he that lilXLL'lt, Christopher, III. .In t'bwlataii attract I' ri Nervousness is often a symptom o f Coupled with these reports is the ol ulturc Ami t!nca!iem he Is a dangerous enemy alien. i i iroxi ny ia bulc, V.ir ami weakness or some functional (Wange Docunients found on his person nnd ment, which may bo overcome bv thb fact that the German Emperor and twv Trs .i.v L:. rtmpfie. ,io to man? vrv " ItinU il liotonrtt intcrot, in his roomo in Haltlmoro, liow- - famous root nnd herb remedy, Lydia he Cnwn Prince have been hnlilliiu' r im. n lli.i I '. ' W. tu a (liicnmitutiiig pjb- E. Pinkham's Voce table Compound, ns conferences with the political and ever, are dcclaied to reveal his con- -' 1)avu military leaders. It Is reported alto "i!?"'1.3 and former Ger- - experience. of womc" ncctlon with noy-E- d The I'oA'ntat offen rooiii 1 k bath ?.h- - ,,e"'hcl He-- ,, at tl .J. man Ambassador Dernstorff, and to If complications exist, write Lydia E. that the German Ministers to c tnl 1 wifi and Holland have arrived tm- bsih. r 5C. Jlvj s- -i up. incriminate in a spy plot persons in Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn. Jlnss., for suggestions in regard to your ailment f.MiuuiL'u in iHTiin. indications are i. V.'iite d ! Washington, Halthnore and other The c.!: Uli map, result of . cur: Details of the contents of the at your service. iu k.ij txpjrionco ia that the present turnio within UiP.fcV" fk'ktfVli'lti cities. J.Jl.Wvj'Aa.iV German ruling class will result In! ih documents are withheld, but it is the arcoptanco of a llrm policy, either! 03 understood that they will lead to a at what seems a great liclght nre sel finorlng tho militarists or the more! "4 number of arrests within a few dom more than 300 or 100 fi'et high, peaceful element, with the probabil- - K "1 days. will bo vie-- ' i&j: Sporrman's activities arc said to and the hawk winnowing the air over ty tint the a wood ready to pounce is !. C 'orious. Many lhox;n?s c! have first attracted attention of naval more than 200 feet. We speak o The Socialist Vorwacrts believes a Intelligence ofliceis tunny necks ajjo, women suffcri.'.n freni THE the skylark "lost iu the blue," but unitary dictatorship Is in the male- - Nr .vomanly trouble, have but his arrest was deferred until adv SEWINQ we must ror.ombor that a nVylark is ing. I been bendilcti by the t:se ditional cvidouce could bo gatherod. MA 'rtiNH about nine inches arrois the wing N'o explanation cf has been oueh- the .'cman's ofllcors followed him, night and dnv, OF vhile a plane is 10 feet, and tho best afed by either the Germans or the tonic, pccortlms letter J however, the quest leading thru sevQUALITY. we receive, s'miar to tins eral cities and even to at lenst two lark tl'nt ever i'rw, uiiiithologhts 'Uhlans as to the rontons behind the ens from 'r; Z.V.?pc'l, einpoi iry halt In the peace ncgoti.. army enmps. FroqneiiMy, according fcay, never miuulc more than '0 ofiiay.-.- c, N.C. "IcouIJ .'vt to 7"' fi.c:. iuii'i. N'or 1i.t it been announced h' to the? story, the 'jr!oner noied as an NOT fo;!, r.ci stand en . r..' the top o. a MIL .vuy the confcenco'i. If e officer of the I'ni'cd Ptr.tc3 army. SOLD jusl suffered Urnl'!;'," V.'iien mlpratlur, birds fly at mor 1, are t U N,D E Tt !t nsunied ut Wai Finally he vhited the great army ihe S3S. ".'.s ci- b;,t it Is e ora': aw. A lUi.uiun newspaper y.iv. ANY was so ;rc it, ar J and navy bae on Hampton ItoiuU, 1'n.rt pj v OTHCft I:c liaJ tried c'iv:e ilt.c- but leforo t'.c you-.- g asent, seen;;that it is not a great height 'Egyptian daikne-i- i .ibhroaih- V,r, d NAME. that largs numbes of them Uf.n"s. piace tutus dies, Dr. us poging as "i friend of Cermany, had fly araiust coast-alspet CTdui. . . I bvyi.ii l'ht,, hut swal maclf '''nivlf ae:ua!rted with Sporr-- , impro. in,'", and it cured lows probably migrate at a height of WARRANT ED FOR ALL TIME. man. ""nc ntiicr fallowed hi3 man me. knovr, and my over 1,000 feet, and wild s,..ins.(iucV If jnu pnrrlimp llm I' lt)il- - joii t 'I close Iv M 'i'vport Xew ard flnallv FOR FLETCHER'S 3, whatCrr-di- :i doctor know flIi.immi lift- nv t ut tlic lirli.ijnii riy,.iud uil1 at lieifeht- -, to the :n lation ilel-l- , frnr mil&a north a.id gfece aie ea'd to did for :re, for my t p i . 2,000 jSi not liaiiiwiiitlirh;ilnorrii.urr. cf t'u city, whTe the rrrest w.is nerves and health v.cte rii-iia Lis uailye Ud co ! about gone." T.'O INtWIK T.. !A.V UKUK. Quality "" i ' f.',o ir -- ' e'lance to the oh i 'uoouments were found on the CoruiJcici ..cr, bat v at j: ii a i ilht, Tl A TT77 Ji in. T .'a... r ill ml Iiicooie Tax prironcr and in his room at Balti-i- n iTumboIt, nverrrd tl..n h? va u m S it ii the p vrc- ciiegnj to h3TT that Snsrr T' is iii i aritoid explaining th Vl! II . III V-T.jfTT'V rv TT" z"trU ' ' i 1, ' " y of 'in- ,'tii'iii i.,. no ta ' ' In n a 1 1c ,t.n, h?s ?.!'. this eor-.f.Chcnpct .? in ' " t 1WRT? r m fo-i" i il en j) 'i . - i.i i .hi upon ') i i ii i ' e I 3ta.v"s! - o. . in die end . 'c fie i .i Treasury l)i a; n. rut m ndlp : v i . "r. one letier ftrom ' 4 s.T.riu inu, l3.'u -1 ' ii -iif'Pitt i in'-- i H !. a to buy. . ''1 to li3 ro'Tcn'f 1i Uv " jT V. it i.it if t ' h Ui'j country ior 'In i i:;v ; " ic. 1p orrai'va by the m If vrnt wmt n rln tnarl ln.,Hriti ftjf i So the Mr im i tag the ' opic i h ; l"i i uri lu' . 'i try PTcm in onr!au : i iii.....m in i ''i ' ' t. "- ! ,m iv ii ift f .i t&nie tax Tho it.v Hon;3. 2'.V,2ri).,0!i1!!B,,JaSS. ai)t. bo I'eie, win 1 nt- - has oiiicev at t le Thero-arrenorts that k has beon I cou1 im ie, iiniil tomorrow an !.-- 1 She writes further: "I established that Sporrman came to Spiing brii.s a'l nind3 of w am in splendid health . . . jii'iiui nnri will be jjlnd lo have t'.o' the Unire.1 Stetes on the German stth-- 1 r iul 'lth It curfics colds end tin i peopn interested will on him thnf can do my work. I feci I marine i 'l, visited Kewnort, a .1 of v,int"r (oiifrht and ho. i owe it to Cardui, fcr I was ma e.isworan quectioiis i It. I , more than a year ago and later . v. ill Dr. Dell's in dreadful condition." the duties of those whoso incoi OS hai'l- - v r umber of nterclmnt ships off .. ..I S it" head o' ,i "i v col I or stop the old may .subject thuni to the payment of j II ou are ncnci;, run the er i i. Offlcials, howcor, would ore, pv oothii ? balsams relkve the he n. the He will be ut Heaver Damj iv JJ down and weak, or suffer not ccn'irtu this. A soro throat end heal the irritated ; f ro-- l:eadacl:e, baeitache, .ii o- - l 'M wee it and tlio.iO intere ' d and Man who G't a bottle cic., every mcrtii, tiy ma. not see him hoio may etill m fesJ Cardui. 'nicr.car.ds cf trcntincnt at orco. At your druggist. Iti.ii tht re. Mr. Mav is a very r7l fi .l -1 2oc. Formula on .the bottle. women prahe ih'n medi,i-'I gi ntlemau, and the people will cine for the Rood it has 4TTL Ilnd him a patient and agieeable For Infants and Children FKOfiT Kl done them, and many ti: ItCI.ES. r tr no Iniidnos.s with. i physichns who have used 52 Uso For Over 3G Years Single men whoso incomes e.ct el.s I Cardui successfully v.itli Alv.-s;- s The srcrc-- t veuthei ever known ?l,u00. niul innrried men whose bears w SeliTBRfiv yLigTOf38 thR their women patients, for ' oat. i''A't,t-.!iai'i';ijT!h'is had tin i'i t' Ihi'i ejrly ic.hon exii'od 02 000, must rep rt n. t.i.r .finuyiviv Sigrswre of (eti'M aountrv In a years, endorse t'tls medie grip, and lnutli tnuie to tut collector of internal rt aoAKA.vn:i:u skhvici: 1 cine. Thinl:.hatitineans n ca and animals has 'i 'iTini? of o-- Ht O 'ensboio. Forma will not One hundred per cent lo he in splendid heailh, TL't rceuiC. norm icchcj C"'' T')V CONSOIPTIO.V. o re"! toi this purpose until ciul d Speciul work for W. TRine. like Mrs. Spe'l. Give ' ; i .OL'itrliij to the l. U Il'i 'rt i or. If yea full Into the tn::initg Cardui a trial. O. W. .' '' 'f u'n t In." laki , V) tl ( ion in, Jan. IB. Cotton con- -' " ju.st rite to the collector sui- C W. F. STUVEN'S. -i A if.aatl a' h M a: M " the five n.onths eud- -' buir ng vour ii'iproxlniate incnnie I .d Ail D'srunridsts 1 K. F. D. 7. Hartford. Ky u-' Mr of lit' - rn. iii, the tA'eii !o.i f ing ''l'uor, 1917, amounted to 'sk for fori i upon which to mi e Itepresantlng Ciintlnontr.l bOlitl.-r- n J 72 r.i 5- - running bales, and for tiio of low leiupci. 1. r. lo uMreii.e our report. It Is important lo st i'e H Msrblo & (iranito Co. WjlTtl'w'1i "(ft points, A: Memphis men walked in your appllc tlon for fonn tho nu eight months ending Uecomher 31, 0 SS4SX"ESrmrBBKirTOD!iErr-.- l 1,761 tales, tho ctiuus bureau to- across tho Mit'.hiPiil riitr on the uie of our ii come in tliousands .it .ee tor the bra time since 1831, and day announced. In December. HUG, consumption r.t Knowlllo, Tenn., tho river was K Vt-Ov $0 VO. frozen over for the tlrbt time iu fifty was rj3iJ,fJ75 bales, and for tho years. Hailrcad traillc all over tin period 2.75C.4 12. Cotton on hand December 31 In country was seriously Interrupted an 1 consuming establishments amounted .nst of Pittsburg It was totally suspended. Coal shortage iu ninny citto 1,570, 514 bales, compared with the previous December, and ies roMilted in great sulforing among lie i poor. In nit'iiy cities public In public storage and at compresses buildings wcro opsned to those suf n,fi2C,225 bales, compaied with . r ':' Vi-M W. ir i ,. 'if x forlng for want of fuel, nnd other u year ago. Mull set a e.e provl'ied. mi Cotton tpludles active during December numbered ::.'!, t! 19, 07S, com- vlco over tho entire country has bcoi pared with :!2,SC:!,27I tho previous Irregular and disappointing. Steai AM) Till: MUMi'HIS WKKKI.Y noiti heat traillc from tiio far jear. during December wero ward was totally suspended, whit1 Sliports , to nrrctd Commercial-Appe- al I P jrca want tniirf 1 rihk nil 1 1,577 bales, and for the live month:! further limited the much needed t.Vfc A ill ti ps? wliatltBrtr in Lialiitstaad fndn in boll of fuel. IlUblncss C1.0D0 bales. In and Urla tr.l out oftnsontlon ctt on thtele ir. Urv. RmJ IXMt 1IOTII OXK YKAIl too rut city and rountiy has been very Ot 477,-03Exports for December worn lntoifoircd with and the losses compared with 7Ur,o21 tho preThe In this way i mis Into millions. vious year, and for thn period 2, 3 10,101 bales, compared freezing of water plpcb, general fouth as Nashvlllu.hns resulted In with 3,200,204 tho previous ear. taamoftlntrmllnranct onflil ad Included in exports lor De- great Inconvenience nnd annoyance the tUw'Mt nioney't worth. Krtry luaulk Llnters ns weather conditions have ArticlM 300 Picturai 300 cember wero 0,201 bales, and tor the Fearful '.jccn there Is no turo hopo of early It for enly J15 crntt. All th tie IdtU Mill Hy speclfti urrnngeinenUi, wo are enabled to furnish tliet.o Imo period 103,1110 bales. Intenliam lu electricity nd rlrelru. In Improvement. It Is yet only the AutArabhllflA bnd atroplnnri, lo (boiirtk oi inpei-ut this low rata for n limited tliuo. In CiiuiiDS, uJ In uuchli.enr. N n largo nud one ot tiio very hct middle of January, and It iu in or 'I ho Coininerclal-Apjiei- tl lUIUIS AK HIGH I'l.lKltS. Haw ta oulii thinx at bom. MMitKtinr you read with tho utmost than probable that several weoks nf-- j must in nil cases accompany In tho South. mouth, iDcludlng rr frlcf ratort, twultrjr Cash iubllsheil Nowadas raiDiiurei auiomouiis mop rcpiiri, tc. unconcern anil little wonder that av- uimllar, If not more disagreeable each order. This r.iUi Is applicable lo leueuaU nnd new subscribIt ! full cr money mtVluc, ittp raTlnt ldr, nnd Way. It u viiltta in pUin Lnf lub for ers ulilto. iators 'fly at 10,000 feet, and you weather may yet bo In storo for uh. IS Cantt a Copy $1.60 Yaw know that this ia by no menus a recor wrlta'dlroct to not It from a Ho Let's see, what is tho slung lrtM,. ord height, nud that a common one fjpuUf acirtu' lloauilr, W Kowtb Ara N.Y. Is nn thing botwecn 2,000 feet and name for Illicit llijuor peddling? CD CI? Tur'UMFrffwUyMxoJluUa SUM) voiin onnrcit tlXJU iu ui wctlw UU aw, Bro (blushing) -- Hootlimblne, I be fi.OOO feu t ubovo tho level of tho Hove - -- Kami Life. earth. . s Couiparu the airplane lo u 4 Call on TUo Itcnubllcaa lo: Flue Try a liKlHIULICAN AD. to hell 4 the swallows that chase each i:en nb PrUtlaf on a summer eveuluc soil our uroperty. -- thor and vhrill i -I . roiulroil for tho Tho Tax Agent Ii o.rlnlnlng the working of tho law to town ho vMtn uid If you can not o tha ngent 'v "l""Tn o; no, i " Pfiin'iVwaw ,.!&' r'T" a 3tto C. Martin Attorney at Law II t la.' ', -.'f;. v Villi ti . i rv Will iC'J .nil liiiiut. ira't!f rjwj 02 nd i riuiiiHl I' ,ir OLD, KV. i infVbM'iii in i I'fiTK'i. i , , a special e i iO.ETAYLOR.CE Beaver Dam, Ky. Hiohway and d, wiilnTmuZ "'" ..- Ilrcst-LHova- k. ,, - mm ,,,, ,.,, ,. ,,,, ,, ,,,,, ,,, ,., ti. a. Bas&e 1 DR. 0. E. HART KV. ,,,. I VELTI&RINARY 1 . ,i SURGEON KKAVKH DAM, Ofllce i -- ! Don-mar- Healtia t. or. rv Jta r-- Jnuiei Talur'it I,lery llnrn. i r,r".-i.iM- 1 pn-vt- Gone Cui, k ..: Crru. 3 BL...h; .. .. ,, ,Hl, it Uto Nil lrclfL tlKilu ru.h for rnrr .... on iu.i,it,illtr n 5r,rV rrvni r.tm. That Ck. I,M. Ik n on mT ' ' THAIC-M..- . -. PAV-iiMl i:'?.-i iri ; i,u i 1.3 .im. It' , u ...ii u - iiliwl t :.:.- PA93INO Ir .m. fl B03-UO- S Oovonth n WASHinir.Tm.1 IStrnnt. im. BirtrcriCCR. i,'o I . i.w,hu r.rfrr..m.l. (. r tl wr-'- v " M- -. 4 1 W 1 in's :.-.- WILL YOU TAKE OUR GSEMJENAL irViNW-v ifiVi-lI- con-.nii- r-- cif-feri- t t i - h-- -- - ', " ' Cliiidren Cry OA 3TO R A -.l - 1 - t ' j coticln. llui.i'1, not help FOR ONi- urrI,MONTH A "itk rcli run Jow n Ih Jr - :ril' && t LUH6S rr C0HS'JM.r7i3 f tiln fn rhr(. wi'ji luu.n or I Ctir ou ll cotts you cathinf. -f c-- n'n mebt wr4l motion. Vn t . It it "- nuin unnipAi on wiiIU MlUUIUnU UJi ! - " .-- ev a -- -- -- "'. i wt r.ia hi T. ) PI r jp Fjr.7 . The ?o2iaR?s ?c ' 1 o i 3 M. -- -- Di M Pi'i2-Tar-non- ' Ji s. y m n K" . . A inn-geim- ot-fi- et Ll &,&)J E i I'I -- . ll POPBLAirLifatMCS iVtA-GAZIK- 300 ARTICI.K-30XfVJlV lY t ILLU5TBATIKIS 0 Infonpfd of Ihe WorM's PrriTi- Meet .cannd Invtntlon. Foi aintrniuj n r f l . dm' - ir , i,e-llk- r k l t t. IiorpM ttirtin orr ' for lUiuen now uuil Written So Ysu Can Umtfrsund !i Slivp NoK-the i t, itiI tJf I' I'riu.unl llii.ia fniDnrf o tin J fnwwyj 1 r it hbi'i ' t 'I H t1 )! . ivijnri t . ifi mattjr ll Jli - " At ii . I'.t Oniil' i9 - iitwri,n rlii in it i ii iurhi'r. it vei tuuj U t i Hfh' If. v" 1 1 f- Urtlif i no h Dill It . f i ITU.' ? toit POPULAR MfcOU.rJ.CS i U Wa. r.Khif-itSi. I'tit vri f n yttr AiH.Ua il.l r. twklr tf 9awpi4 Apy W'lau t Hr ui th'H- cohic ' u tm (h n ma ii t , Awrkti,CilUCAlU MflMtiN t roiuai 2,-7- i. llvc-luon- th 00 ., Jj f.1k a ll I usa uargam Off er ll Get on the FiriniEf Line Band CURE vks fi,;::: B9rB ja 7' - v W L wm King's e I 4 B9W7 I UR SSS88B87J fr'tViaa rut. ai The Hartford Republican t iMANDALLTHni!.,im,pLW.rrr:,'j,i j IAaluaBUMVaanraafctMiaja awaaf Hai4aiw' UcuitAWT-jr- ii Ai'isi ! ?Cl.,;'o j ( 1 &u$mM&i Monthly caitt, isa'"JflR33i2.i'v-j..i,?r:iiff'7-rii''S'i- i on 3ionky rt. u::r ru. .T. fl r.er-lous- ly 4, live-mout- h ai-."- $1.23 to ropuiaraaenoe iiua i !'.. blilcti. Iiuwr lu utiU n Ckpyrti.l'S. "IN ALL COUHTr.lwJ. r il.reett ilk II nMiiKglon Intf, Jluuw m ir.ry uini -t and lifrliif erar,t ITJCtlco Ixr.jJive'.j. - i.a, jj tJlt v ( flvo-mon- lh s jdrtiitiiii ath tttMt, W4r Unit, d CtU 7Unt C2ce, WAOKINCTON. D. C. !"T, na-pei- hu. KihSiV ?r?M3 av ru DosifioTN tu Ul'-d- THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. If you W Irolnluntuko the rrruliru UVinin.;, t'ti tlinMi(U.iiioimaiiiilrM uiutiikultu(rJln;iir nil .i ' Wit'c Yu limUUIIO.TCW niUIRAf, BIIXJINS tULLElll 4'oJnctii, Ly Socurcd or Ycur Honey 2rc!: rf i '-- 4 t ' ' JL -- ' JlWJIWP' ii" m'pfMiownfiMaw wan oiio of tho most cunnlni; rpecch-u- t l.y any ntatcsmtin slnco tho beginning of ilin war. Tlio liopo In cs- prOBsotl that tho "ilangorous policy" 13 ; nBiggest i. ir m(&fon.m& wjniiuiiwiiniir JLckCl ies Ell nLftl TIIKMH. of HAIL "thothe Cerman mnjorlly peaco negotiations ijJITTKU DENUNCIATION 1IURLK!) A'l' I'RKStl);.. ', S TRACK Coa Csuiii' rr kr 5 4. I, OWN P iL AOJ& Out. lilKtS Wllliout Ai'o lU-iii- Wot-Itu- U'Hmiu'm Adrloe Hhlnnte. A. to Save, Games and Sports to Tlay, Companion lietcipts. 52 issues, $2.00. York, .Ian. 16. A special ca- jlo to tho Nov; York Timoj iroin Aiu- .tordarn ti'lls how tho German press baa treated l'rcaldont Wllsou'a America's Pasliinn Authority for millions of women. Wlnt to wear how on America' war aim". to make It how to save. Z splendid numbers full of Fashions and more suggestion-!- . 75 cents per car. rl hu Cologne Volkszcltung adopts a Ijtue of everything that will dclijfct all peculiar, and doubting, In its own aces, inc urst atones, jj,,, Lnteat style- - CJUeO opinion, n lofty nnd dlgaified, altitude toward President. Wilson'n Send $2.25 toihe publishers of the pjpsr in which this Offer appears and get It suys: 1. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION for 2 weeks, j Ati TOR (TliU OlfcrU to mwYoulh'tCwnpinlnniubtcrlbenior.l?.) f rtSk "l'rcaliicut Wilson has again 2. The Companion Home Calendar for 1918. ( $i8J ZiJ a long to Congress, of which, 3. McCALL'S MAGAZINE every month fori year. ) in tho interests! of o,ir readers, wo TUB YOUTH'S CO5IPANI0W. BOSTON. SlASSACnn'-FTPi efeiw ClininocH.ilnV. W1 Io not clvo a full lopurt. r..TTm. ... Wo do not "In the course of a conversation consider it the duty of the German . ' All kinds of high class Job print pros to pilnt conscientiously every with Chamberlain Medicine Co,'s repWe Knock the Spots Out of Thinji w today, wo had occasion ing done at THE REPUBLICAN word which conies from tho mouth resentative to discuss In general way the merits (. pen of that bloated individual. So iof tholr different preparations. At bis f.ir as es. ontlal considerations and suggestion I take pleasure In expressGerman interests do not come Into ing my estimation of Clianiberlaln'T question, this utlitudo of reserve Is Cough Remedy. I have a family of all the more necessary In connection French Dry Cleaned and Pressed la six children nnd have this remedy in with his new message, which contains my Superior Manner. home for years. I consider it the EiE, EAR, THROAT, NOSE impertinent insinuations that do not only cough remedy on JJyfore you buy vow should examine our hand tho market. Seua us your. Garments and BATS And Fitting of Glasses possess the slightest actual value, but Them They run lighter, are nnulo of show President Wilson in the pose of as I have tried nearly all kinds" made farm Llarl C. Ross, Publisher Hamilton 0WENSBUR0.KY a world judgo to whose decisions ev- County Republican-Newand last far lonyer than any the very best material Syracuse,! CLEANED CLHA1N ery living creature is supposed to Kan. m machine made wagon you can buy no matter whit bow." Packages called for and ueliTered. Having given, therefore, the subprice you ay. CENTRAL GROVK. marine report, the Volkszeltung adds Mr. Leslie Stewart, of this place. TIIe We also do all kinds of Blaokamithing and Rethat his imblddcu judgment on the Is thought to havo smallpox, and k A. Iva Nail, Prop. negotiations can only much nnxiety in the neighborhood is pairing, especially the hard jobs the other fellow bo regarded as uncalled for interfer- left because of the danger of the disHARTFORD, KENTUCKY. can't do. . ence in matters which do not concern ease spreading. him, so that there Is no need to corMr. Ray Rhoeder Is very ill of We also make a specialty of rloiseshoeing and ICcCAU. PATTERNS rect his falso asscitlous. The paper pneumonia. Celebrated (or style, perfect fit, simplicity a4- Liy-VER-L characterizes as silly Wilson's quesreliability ncarljr 40 yciM. Sold in neirlf earnestly .solicit your patronage in this line. Mr. Rasmus Bishop went to Hartanf tion as to whom tho delegates of tho ford one day last week and had a de- i every city and lonrn In the United States thai Carudi, or by mail direct. More sold any other make. Send ior tree catalogu-i- . central powors represent. Respectfully yours, fect In his eyes corrected, an inciMcCALIS MAGAZINE "Why," replies the Volkszeltung, dent very gratifying to both him More subscribers tlisn any otliei lashlct mngizine million a month. Ina!uable. Ua. "they represent the central powers of self nnd his friends. ck siy.cf, pauern, (ircssmahinp, millinery course. Every child knows that. It plain itwirp, fancy needlework, hairdressln emMr. Spud Park, who has been jA.-B.Rowetiquette, cooct stories, etc Only 50 cents 4 remains for an American piofessor ployed at Detroit, Mich., came home year (worth double), including a free pattern, copy, Subscribe today, or send for to ask such pert questions." the last of the week for a visit with WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS sample Ivrupp Orpin Still Shorter. Agents. Postal brings premium catalog? relatves. new cash prize oflcrs. Address Tho Krupp organ, the Rhelnlscho Mr. Birch Martin is building an tint McCAU CO K Is I!S W. 37tb SL. KEW TOS Wcstfallscho Zeltuns, has an even addition to his residence. Thirty-fiv- e years experience in the shop. Peel right all tho time. Don't lay eft moro exaggerated conception of its Delhert, little son of Mr. Orvillo from work for days by taking cakrrae" duty, for it publishes a still shorter Ashby, Is dangerously 111 with spinal x keeps yo when pleasant Liv- report. That journal sees In Presi- trouble. on your feet, whilorelievingyour troubeasy to take. Don" le. Safer too, and dent Wilson's "compliments" to Dr. take anything else. You can't afford Soon Over HU Cold. IMilfl l on Kuhlmanu aud Count Czernin and By it Eliminates poisons, cleansesA natEveryone speaks well of Chamber-Iain- 's his onslaught on the military leaders tern and relieves constipation. Cough Remedy after having an effort to sow discord In Germany. HKUK 1H A OOI I'liACK TO STOP FOIt LITTLE MONEY remedy, natural in its actions, sure ural Fifty-fiv- e in its effect and certain in results. I typewriters. LesTho two persons mentioned are told used it. Mrs. George Lewis, Pltts-llelwil) Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th &7th Louisville won't be long before liti- - Vtr-La- x N. Y., has this to say regard to observe what fruits their policy is sons explained by Moving Piccompletely displace calomel m ever big-- Demy little boy. bringing. ing it: "Last winter ture machine. Seven The Only Hotel in IoulsvlUe Opernlel on the home. Children can take it freely anf partments Shorthand, Book "The German people," that paper five years old, was sick with a cold with perfect safety. Every bottle zuar American unit European Plana. goes on, "will not go In Wilson's for two or three weeks. I doctored antccd.9 50c an3 $1 in bottles. Non keeping. Telegraphy, Stenotypy, genuine without the likeness and sign AMKHICAN PLAN (With Meals) Expath. Thoy still look to their mili- him and used various cough mediMusic, Primary Normal. turo of L. K. Gruraby. For sale by ItuoiiiN ultbout Ituth but with Hot and Cold Running Water. tary leaders with boundless confi- cines but nothing did him much good pert teachers. Modern equipHartfor. Kb- vl. VViLLlAMb, dence. They know what they have until I began using Chamberlain's assured. single. $2.00 per day: 2 people. $2.00 each Position ment. 7f. Hooms to thank him for. Tho War would Cough Remedy. He then improved single. 2.50 per day; 2 people, 2.25 each Write for catalogue. 60 Ilooms long since have been over and a com- rapidly and in a few days was over 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.50 each DO Front Hooms. single, plete and victorious peace would havo his cold." in Hooiiim with 1'rUnte Until : Daviess Co. Bus, College crowned our good right had not WilBlngle. 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 each 60 Rooms stt son provided our enemies with cansingle, 3.G0 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each Inrrvp-rate- d 60 Hooms $100 Reward, $1W non and munitions, with raw materC'.Yl V. . R , KY. The EUROPKA.V PLAN (Without Meals) tills naDer nrllt h Used of pleased readers of that there ials and foodstuffs. Thousands to learn ct Ic -Running Water. Booms without lttttli but ullli Hut and Cold j" women would not havo be- one dreaded disease that s nc bat I T Ueruiau oecn able to cure In 'iia5'VC come widows aud many thousands of that Is catarrh. Catarili single. U.OO per day; 2 people, $0.76 each 76 Rooms !i ne l Ui n. per day; 2 people, 1.00 each man soldiers would still be living Influenced by constitution Got single, 1.25 i 60 Rooms requires constitutional trea f t Hinl't had not Wilsoivwlth his hato direct60 Front Rooms. single, 1.60 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each Catarrh Medicine Is take i ,y i ni" F;tio-'.'".i- l. JlJiv-e- s the Blood Files j. a ed toward the annihilation of tho Ger- acts thru the System on th Rooms with Private lluth: taces of U' ro in man people and their commerce, ev the foundation of the thfu' r, ir v single, 1.60 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each .No matter bow stubborn the disr 60 Rooms will single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each er placed now weapons in the hands patient strength bv bulldlr In irolnglts case may be Petro-Men60 Rooms stltutlon and assisting natuu work. The proprietors have bo much of our bitterest enemies. .bring relief. A trial will convince faith In the curative powers of Hall'n THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts; "With cynical cruelly he agreed to Catarrh Medicine that they otter One you. For sale by Ohio County any Kuropeuu I'iau Only. Drug Co. Price 25c. a blockade which starves millious of Hundred Pollars forHot ofcase that it fails to cure. Bend for testimonials. The Woman's Tmic Address P. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo. German women and children, aud he up; Room With Private Bath, $1.50 RooniH, Without Itatli, 91.00 and Ohio. Sold by all Druselst, "5c. has supported It by all possible methami up Rett Fating Place in Town. ods. Tho German people will not ho Sold Evrywhre The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located In the wholesale Influenced by such a man." walk to the retail district and theaters. district aud only a Cjenimii Ashuiiiiicch ! l LOUIHVlLliK HOTKL AM) OLD IKS COMPANY, Props. Such quotations show, us did the comments on Lloyd George's speech, that Germany Is not at tho present X moment in a mood to listen to uny proposals. She is suffering lrom the ROAD WOHKIXU PLAN8. A .MAKVKI.Ol'S i:scaim:. ;u .js 8 swelled head Just now. She believes that sho has u chance, nil tho greuter Marvelous If nut miraculous 'fi10 fiscal Court did not at Its ro- capes from death In uccldents not In- -, cent sltthiB lako final action In tho 'In tho event of peace with Russia, of j her aunoxutlonibt hopes. Tho frequently occur, and uuothur mutter of plans of road working this militniy omens, f:r. ea v.sn cveryth:;; ehe fails. sho thinks are in her happening occurred year Owing to tho fact that of biich tho j wwvou? j;ostrsi;o' nnd ilavor, and therefore sliu Is determined near Heaver D.uu a fuw day, ago. nssussmeiit of the county a property wr.s:n! tiih:v cu the supreme e to make one moro appeal to the god 'v, c( o i" .it is Jnvo teutl3ed. Davis and lliadlcy Leach, Ceorgo has not yet been uuido tliu rcveuuo "Wtvwt-vbrother, wero dilvlng-- u buggy uvnilablo for road purpohes could not of battles. Shu thinks that sho muy across tho 1. 0. tracks near tho mill ct bu determliu'd.and tho matter was suctccd, and believes that if she docs not tl.- List ir.Msir.e eve; scld b , when a fust south bound tinlu btruck lett over for tho luturo attention, not conditions will now. bu much ' o ..- ri. p tojnter. upon lloweer, It Is prolialilo, on account worse thun they tiro tho horso Just tin It was driven " ' .. tit " triri rrns nsi" Tims the press troui end to end of Tho i oi rue concilium ui uiu louuiy s u tho track, klllliiK It Instantly Germany contemptuously brushed horso was broken loo.so from th , nances, tho gooso neck hoo will which nmn for the present the chief Inslru- - aside Lloyd George's speech nnd tho of occupants tho yttnfaTt Mime consideration will lie muted out suffercd no other hnrni than a hair- - i,lunt for Ohio county rouil build "to Wllttou'b murage. raising fright. Thlu Incident Is an- - llt;. Sn.s tlcrllii l I'V.iiiiIiik Terms. othor JiiHtlllcatlon of tho railroad tf The Khcliiihche Wcstfallscho Hoi-- i ftlgu to "htop, look, listen." Send all tuug says In Its comment on tho Aii Your Sewers Clogged? n x address: Tho bowolH are tho seworngo byn- j Klomatli 'I'nnibb'-- . FOR PERSONAL HYfllBNB k "Wo are working nut our terms of Dissolved In water for douchei jtopr Olir tein of tho body. You can well liuag- If vim Imvx trouble ultll pelvic catvrii, ulceration and inflam-jnal'p- n V stomach you bhoiild try Chamber-- 1 Inn the nsult when they aro stopped pence, mid Mr. WiUoir will soon Itecommended Ly l.ydia E. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY aware of I hem." Iain's Tabids. So many havo been up as Is tho cat.o in constipation. As Pinkham Med. Co. for. i.n by' the no i'f a purgatho you will find Chambor-thes- u Tho pnper atserts that It could bo healing wonder for mal catarrbj A restored to V"l'th only a D. S. This offer is ore throat CconotcicoL tablets niul thulr cost Is mi lit- -' Iain's Tablets excellent. Thoy are foreseen that Wilson would not con- IX X Mai rrlrvOuu.nad too eyej.tfrnuciJil tx.u.r. rlr. an iul whll.i mild and gentlo In their action. They tent htuisolf with simple upproval of , V tie, 25 cents, that It Is worth y, ui Lloyd George, and Unit his nddiu m uUo linpiove tho digestion. i give them a trial. Nov,' ng Hub Clothing Co HARTFORD, tCY. $ i ess&&sdswitw!B5ft! Wagons! 6 ad-di'e- o liarty toward finally ox , !0-l'io paper adding sarcastically, that to tho honor of tho majority! rr.cm.ors It Is to bo suppo-- ) .' Od that they Mil not accept Wilson's Xi. . !In rnts. The Irllunr: proceeds to oxplnln Uiftl tho Itucsla is muit nlso recognize w! at WTson really monnl, asserting tra mmy Amc-Ica- n Intrigues bavi ,bcrn revealed In Itussla, and that Arao.Ita deolres 'o exploit Husfla. "Tho big hypocrlto on tho other side of tho ocean," It says, "would do array with secret documents, hut this iloen not prevent him from consplrlin In l'otrograd, Moscow and Siberia and taking economic advantago of nil the confutiion reigning in Kussia. Inject "fourteen Ciniinnntlnients." 'J ho BiiUagB-Ztltiisaya: "It seems to us that tho right thins; Is to reject the rompefoncu of tins American biiiliody. ;;ot one or tb problem., with which e deals In his fourteen commandments, loai't of all F2urnpe.ii'. Aal'itlu and African tom-torl(iiiestlon, Is tho loncarn of America." ... ' "a miavn'Ji:v'J 1 - ' t VftScp.wiO.1 rta .'..V F t I AUA ', 'fSMSl )m a 'f0. 7&z; Jit for your Family Illsh la lilMlsoniomellfennd rvi"it""y uy? W I'vAjj: 8353 l - i;m Tltie YouiMs Companion civic life. Tivfsh In the aniiunt cf readfatr It brines to nil ages. Tlie Mist lor nil hinds. The Dtst from all sources. Pase, Girls' Pace, Children's Pace, Doctor's Corner, Things to Slake, Money 12 Great Serials or Group Stories for 191S then 250 Shorter Stories. Hare article3 by noted authorities. "The best Editorial Page In the country." Current Kvcnts, Nature and Science, Pan ily Ta'jc, Boys' McCaIls Magazisae 1 64 nl K'l- rF -- Ladies' and Men's Garments- DR. J. H. THORPE s, S P.rost-Litovs- vWyMB lite pressing club USE AX Centertown, Ky. Son For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. Vmr-La- Ito f I Oi-ow- i-; IlHi-tratl- ' i lit-tl- i t gy I WII-Ho- a '' d, ! in ;i" sen I all : t 4Q Yens 1 Ji-- ta CARDUI The Louisville Daily Herald Hartford Republican BOTH ONE YEAR FOR && a v& M t 34a,ir - rc-:.- , uvea and " I Parties renewing and paying one year in advance will be given the same rates orders to the fEvery Woman REPUBLICAN for limited time u...: ..... K&S&S lw&4!m9mm?ZsamsM&&i II Tnil! " w-r ll . w an JP- -- 1 5r7-..- -a Jl.JCp i "- - -- , rT- - w . am ...-- -.- ,)i 'ITHliI II I II III mill iMirnilillil llilil Mil illl IHI II II I I I illllliaan..iM !!! ! llinUT iiMIKM.Hlll.liMWiiaiil.w.liiii.willliaii w WTWMVrmnt WWII'! II MliMM li.iiMiiiaaWalitlWMalaBMnaBBBWaTMaBBBl TITB ijl ITJMaBBBBBBl fflTrrimmilTITTiriTfflWai aW paaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW m Ml MII g MMaTMMIaBBBBBBBBBBBBBTaBBBMMIMMrilaBW WTaTTlBaiMT lal n is 'lBUllH III II ! ' MBBBBBBBBl TirTrm-Tirn- m , IMen Clothe v2 AT & wwyw3ft. History w$ j. SI Will tommana Aligned Fnces in w or ao s ..v irvTggwsTgja L"y!"?' waAka aid. Knormous aumbera of young chlcVa ! arn lost cncli ye'nr by allowing tlinin to run It Iho wet Rrasd during lliclr ( 5 r.'.rly life. !' Sliailo nml miiro for rlilrkcn.i will ro-t- ? ,';Ive tlm lii8t roatilla. Hot nun I.irds Rrowtli. Tlioro nliould lie Ircra, f o. n, HiinDnworH, vie, on llio ranK' to provide Rliailo durliii: the hot nuin-'i- k ' :i luonlhs. clilclu'tiH on ran go plok up much t of their fouil.' they urn at Icaat twa I g ttudy of itock judging ConflntnR animals nifty furnluli a d pure-breBond foundation for tho training of Judse, .nayn tho writer n liow-rooof the publication, but It does not rIvo tho training needed by many J firmer a in (ho corn belt and oilier t. rrllory adjacent to the largo mar-- 1 d J vu . wt ' s flnnionfi iriVliml llr.ir.li7i; 1 1 fl .11 m m n t MBS tl U ftC; P. Oil fctt 3PIE ( I IVdornl , l?iinw I.w:ih (OO.OOI). N'rtirly $RO,- - ; ".' The Vv--:' limited supply cf wool available 4 5 $ during the cjining year logically mezv.s that it will commanJ much iughsr prices. Ewr, now the Government is reroinmer.diu.:; t!::- use fabrics, a recommendation of cotton-nilxethat may soon reach the prohibition stae. Better be supplied with good, pure wool clothes while this kind can be had, .and before prices advance sufficiently to make them a luxmy. - .i ' nf tli 12 l'del.ll liti.l iu..s. T'v total or lo.U's :iipr'Ui'il. Jiirlndn Hi oo rlc pi .mil I i e mi:ik V. ITKntion ,r ti'Ie Aiiil otlur fiirm.i. ties, is ?ii'r.rti.rra. The Ititerevt rate under the farloan ayotcni hn been Increased fro- n to r. Vi por cent, to apply to all applications which havo not yet biv approved. Birowinp N done through farm loan aKsociationa orfr.4 by t:irnn is, ineli asoriiitlott lieine composed of 10 or more i'.irier-l.rowerr and imcIi xroup borrowing .t last $L'0,0iHi. up t0 December tl.e farm lonn board had eharter'-l.tUO such awKoclatlon.-- ' I o' ! t, ?2,!24.fi" r had Itpou pairt ovt la ".ivn,i-rlie- (rnt Iiiiit,'nii:i lo.nn. accord '.) u report cover at :Mc o:rrtln! ITp - to Dorct,! it - . i i and fatlunotl. A luovledi;e of tur of purebredf grown In the com-- 1 ii.iuitty Is hulpfnl, hut It lit Impor-- ' i.'nt for the fanner to know tho das-- ! tilcntfons nml demands ot Iho mnr- Thin knuwledRe enn be 't t'i!yt."-R- . ion to the mii ! .ml i'i Miniio . ' Id '.t "i a lot .i. ii u v'uivli will Ii. ,i u'nt ' ' al r.i i e 'i ,; in priH !l" il hi'-- i jrnruln i eomr uii :.i tl ' luitiisiij ,'r.li.ict.l ill the i.iiu- le i ivhum'- 'iit't v chi al t 'n . ti ... . ii i'i iii i.ii .!' ! v . i . kit whero feotler nhcop are purc-han-- ( $ JjTOHKLj ALCOHOL rlnflM Cililtq?!1 '''OTMiwoccrs ' l'jow That .it Avtii lr.bIolVj'a-- ' : ,i :U'. 1" tit ' a- r. -' .nini;nii:' .. ,, i Always '''jBearc tlio (' i i'-- , Tcro. . - ri':l' It I . i II i h. I . . (In. ' '.i ii tor '..! i ntui .. !llll Ill' il' II eci,ii:(i.'riiy,,'- tu'.iiw Oi.'ini.,'K"' : UulvVui. J'OT I Signrinro r cf i .' Z: ' . ' 1 f.(Vrlr ir - .n n PmiflinS t i imim'U n; U. S. WII.I. MT t'i.RiAID r - . tVv i U AI.I.M-.-- . -. JiUt It Slit r.w.w. AhelDfulltVci.: WE HAVE A GOOD SUFPLY OF MEN'S, Hull Vssoclntloiis Valuable. Hull associations should bo a po- 1'iit factor In tho control ot cont.i-lott- s dlBcases, accordluK to the an nual report of tho Ilureau ot Animal 'industry, I'nitod Stales Department of Agriculture. One of the t,us, of which on .lutio :!0, tht-r- ' 'wore Sfi actively operatiitR In 17 States, has discarded all cattle that reacted to tho tuberculin test. wIiIIm other associations have been success- 'tul in avoiding contagion- - and Infectious diseases of a lllsi:uK ass-ocl- a I YOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S SUITS MEN'S SUITS - $10 to $22.50 $6 to S15.C0 $2 to $10.00 ,rr I YOUTHS' SUITS LmhUiiiS 3 aiJiio nTiT:tvro OIT7D DON'T BELAY BUY NOW ?3 2 CI ! (.rapo Inteet Controlled. spraying experiments 'against tho moth, in pro-,rres in northern Ohio vineyards in co- operation with the Ohio Agricultural Largo-scale grape-berry Nu:.!i!i in il' '. of 1.' rlin. puIIIkIio a report in Wit htiKton that the United U is sendlllK 90.OPO.000 buslielt wheat to kitro.ie. and adds: ' ThU. Is a heay blow to the cause. Shorn of rhetorical li.UMHhes, it moans that America has not to appeal on the Kuropc-.ii- i battlefield for an Indefinite tiim-.ha- l moved Preslitent Wilson to tlu eii.niRe of frent. which Is the Must iu.portaut ilevelopmeut In American .ir pollcyT" The newspaper attributes It parllal- ly to Iho achiovfinents of tho Oermaii ' Hiilmiarliies, partially to Internal causes, and eapoelally to growing pae ificlsm and friction with Japan. It eoutliiues: "The last hope of tho Kjit.-nthas gone. It will Inevitably cause deep depression in France, whose bread ration may be Increased slightly, but y troops tin. re Is' for whose j now no hope of relief." i .iii"ttri'..in. ',,1 .tan stuii-- 1 !! MlKonieine i" The ton:lipalionTiaD:jrt i (.nit rwerMir.oss '" 1 ff rcMiltinGj;1 iTi.K(V-ir-.n- ";' Xossovsi.i Kir k u - H II 1 Ea-M-'- ii rhcSirfl;!c5;S"2i of m OOMPtHT t'vsr Thirty Ycsr?. m fTyPSBiSg fr Exact Copy of Wrajpe TMt CtNTAUN gffiarassasiggsa mtOl.CIT I war-wear- tarck Pianos 4&y No Monny iiiAdvmice SatiHtno LowrHtrSet (Son (jiuir-- n n t o p ii Ii 1i'2.iJ???. J .u V IF IS Station, have confirmed KKCOMMKNDATIO.NS MA 1)1 J TO SAVi: WOOL TIMS IAI.L carlhr results obtained at North .i Last. Pa., according to the amlual re- Washington,, dun. IS. Wool-sav-- ! lort of the Uureau of Entomology, I u. t.'ied Status Denartment of Aerlcul- - in1; measuruH aro now being urc'l iiiii' The conclusion from the e.- - and worked out for men's and boys' '. 1. i in .lib i nun iiiu ifsi can ug eiothing for tho fall seasi.n of l'.il.N inrolled by two thorough appllca- - b the commercial oconomv hoard of to Uefen--I'ot,t,",,I; '";r"nu,to ;,f 1a1 ,;re;pbI,:; the Council of National a recommendations aie urged up". ailer method," the first iinnio- - on manufacturers. ITrst Koduce the number of mod- Liutely after tho falling of tho hlos- ' str.j an.; tlio second two weeks la- - els to a minimum. Second Produce only those mpd- ter This is held to be an impor-- J taut improvement over schedules re- -' ols that require tlio least practical quiring late spraying, which usually quantity of cloth, avoiding modela 'result in dlscoloted fruit tit picking ' that use cloth for needless adorn-- : in controlling all timej to It.s Contiol Plant Disease And nieuts disease outbreaks and would consid- tlme. Lexington, Jan. 1.1, 191S Third Koduce the quantity of er it a tavor to have you call upo'i Pear Header: used for samples. i cloth I'onllry Itreediug Assuciatioiis. r',r u'p'e also stand ready S tudy of plant A systematic Fourth- - Use rahrlcs in which clth-- 1 Establishment of community poul' lo tiientiiy unknown weens as wen eases whlc.li attack the vaclotis crops try breeding associations illustrate in- ' er cotton or reworked wool is suband vegetables has never been made as diseases. We ask that you seo terest by older people as the out- stituted, insofar as practicable for lor the Stale ot Kentucky. Losses 'tho editor of your local paper for; growth of the girls' and hoys' poul- ' new wool. to crops duu to parasitic plant dis trunk tags for sending us specimen try clubs under the supervision of Elimination of adornments on he " ' case-- ; nmount to hundred., of thou-- j and '"" ' the Bureau of Animal Industry, pockets and cufis, labs on sleeves. peg ' snmk ..r ,inn.,rM ..noli w..n- In the ftrrutly apireclated. trench Address all correspondence to tho Putted States Department of Agri- top trousers, aud the state. This loss ought to he reducculture. The effect of these associa- coat with !tn licit, plaids ami tucks Is following address: ed to the minimum. being considered. UUANK T. MeUAHLAND. Collab- tions is to establish In one section an Tho Department of Hutniiy, of the luteicst in one particular breed or orator. Plant Disease Survey, College CIIAXtiK MA.WKIl OF PAV, University of Kentucky, plans In covariety of fowl. This work has been of Agriculture, Lexington, Ky. " " operation with thu 1! u lea u of Plant taken up in four States, with i'J as- Tlu' of paying the inein- Industry of tho United States Departsociatioiii and 8SS members. Poultry Mints. hers of tlio exemption boaids ban .. to make a very ment of imjcji ciiiviivii I', Eliminate the male bird at end of ti iMiit'i i t'd'iiuj in- thorough survey this year In the W.'it HtxtvU KaiIt. suimI. Tho rale of pay originally ... .. . 11. I..1..... 1. . .. State. It is further planned to keep hatching .si;a; on. Kii'tcea million dol-lav ini;!i-!i!.. I iiiiiciieii eariy ill mu provided was a is lost each year by allowing s irtng dollar an hour for ar- up this survoy fiom one year to the aie largo In the summer, mi-- , limiting the monthly to -- un with hens during ture early next and thosu who contribute, this the rooster in the fall, and lay eggs in tual service but year should plan to contribute the tho summer mouths. Produce the the winter. They will sit early tlw earning to $1.10 a month. The now next year. This uurvey will attempt Infertile egg. Dispose of the male following spring, produce earlier order provides tho members shall be lo find out what diseases are in the bird not later than June 1. Market chickens and the process will bo paid ::0 cents for each classification made aud that sum shall he so State, to learn th amount of dam-ag- o a hotter (uallty of eggs. repeated by the offspring. that no member shall redon to ujcIi crop and in re Green feed is excellent for poultry Hut the chickens hatched late in ceive more than 1.1 cents and no two ts can be .substituted for a turn tor the advice trom the coiie-jun- d tho spring will not mature until la'o Tho will xive advice as to tha crable amount of the grain ration, In the fall so late that they will not members more than 2" cents. (irow oats, vetch, aud rape for sum- - lay in the winter. They will not sit change was made to prevent local various method', of coatrol. hoards from using or charging exIt ts absolutely necessary that ev mer use; cabbage aud maugel beets ( m,tM late iu the following spring Store cabbage and beets and aualn the nrocess will bu renew penses for moro time than would ac clti.e)i In Kentucky tako a par' tually be necessary to perform the a 'If room or bury In a pit and ed . I in this survey. Wu desire to reach service. No change was made In tha iu thu state and through cover with htiaw and earth. town The jury fmdn that tho argument compensation provided for thu clerGreatest returns aro piocured by Is all in favor of early hatching t.i its local paper bring to thu atteu-- 1 ical force. The work so far done by or its bailers thu objects of this feeding sour milk or buttermilk to peclally this year. tiou tho board here will cost the governMirwy and tliu importance attached Jboth youtig and old birds. Results,! ment more than under tho hour to it. We therefore desire a wide In greater gains. Will require less Encourage Sheep K.iising. conespoiideuto trom the tillers of! grain. Produce more eggs. Increases One of the best ways to create In- basis. o the soil regarding the diseases of j tho profit. Makes a home market' terest iu sheep raising, just now ouo .MAX HIT ItV FliVINO k their community. I.eavu nothing uu-- i for waste of the most atti active HI'IS OF COOK STOVE repotted, no mailer how slight the Save eggs during April and May unit leu, is to tci.ch tlio suhjict amount, as il is important to us. for winter use by preserving In water-glas- properly to hoys Iu the aecondarv M. I'ranklin, Ky., Jan. 14. Ml '.) quarts ot water, boll schools, iu the opinion of a rperlali i Wright What we need nmsl are specimens, had a narrow escapo from sliicu those are authentic. Wo can- and cooled, with I quart of water-glas- s. In agricultural education with IUO .In'itli tlilu tiwit'iillit ntui ivtiu .trlf.liw. not always toll whether or not a cerWill preserve lfi dozen eggs. United States Department of Agncul- - )y Jire,, wh l0 c()ok11K Blllvo ilt jar. turn. Many uirul dh.trlctH of Ihc ,,, tain disease occurs in a certain re- Place tho solution In a ,i,i,i " may Sloro iu cool place for winter use. gion becauso iho same disease j 1,'nlted States arc not awake to tho eir. Witglit mudea tiro in tlio stove hi known to us by ouo uaino ami to liouso tho llouk comi'ortably; keep oiiportunlly ((niiieeted with hhe'p ..,. ,.--, (1. ,,..,, A ,u. .i111a It In houses dry ami well ventilated, al- - ralalng, duehuea this sneelallst. In m- ... jou by another To bu suro. i .i .....i ' i ' Jlliui iiu I mill IIIT4. .mi. i.i luiiiiui;!. in a..uya bei.t to send Iu simclmoiis. in lowing plenty of tresh air and sun- - troducing a now piibllepiion ot off n,e ,eit us tho stovo was ' 1 ' Ibis way v.o cun be suro about tho ,hluo. dopailiuenl. Ilulletln r.9.:, "Judging t Hteam wns'pourlng Iron, It. i In iiuosttoii. Please roiuein- Itemodel the old house - atop j Sheep as the SJubjuct ol instluui.m ,,,,, wo,p .,,., , tUo Ht()V0 woro J Imt when colloetlng that nothing U(e.0'a and elimiimte draiU. In the Secondary .Schools." exploBlmi fl)UljWP1,. Mr. ft fffM1I too iiiblgiiilicaut to bo of value In Give liens u good straw Utter to Murhnit bo 1I0110 toward areu , Wright was utrnck by tho Hying pieces Dm aurvey. Send Iu uverythlug. btnticb iu during the winter mouth ,iiiK mi iiuiri-BM- i mu ouiy among .io..lf nln..i ...hipi, ,t lmnil. IkuiiIh Tiiciefore, wo aro asking ol y.iu, Karly hatched pulletn produce iiiu.-u.Ihut amoiiK.thu fiirmen of a cun- -, 1)ody. 0wil 1Im. WUB i.uiicdd.d I ihvr rondel', lo coiiaider youruelf a artutir oji and return tho uruateat 111 unity by r. eouti.0 ut . Tho houHb cauglit (ire. ,8 Pg pait of this great Miivey ,11111 with, piollls. Daily hutched chluka have iiibtriictlou hleli penults not oal')Ut the HlllIlIM Wliri. llVtlill!lltKllOll ill your wu nio being iho mlruiiluBQ or a longer and but-- . olaw Inalruntluii but also allows Hi., out B,1irl , Mr..WrRit was taken 1 huudlciijiped. Always report uu hoya to do their own laborato.y work , ter stowing scison. tho 8outliern Kentucky Sanitarium " to Iho head of thu Kentucky . Hot weather lutards thu growth by keoplng a fow sheep al homo 011 thlb nfternoon. Plant Dlsejng Survey uu .sunn us dis- 'if ouiig chicks. jtholr own account. Tho bulletin nieii-- , m Xnvur allow the motlier hen lo, tinned Is primarily for the uso of. covered. Try a UKI'ITIILICAN Al). to help 1 stands nady tit i no wilh (lie young chicks, until teachers of tecondurj ugiicuHiu-cThe lii trt'ti sell your jroiicrly. i Experiment VTKOTi fir Con lymlv 8'' ""' L' V 5B HARTFORD, 11ENTUCKY c wtfs&yw&& ir P A. LTARCK 1'roni ! if (ory Direct ATi--ii- r; ii -- s2sr- si. ""75&;gX$i r,.-v- ; r. "J .M - -- U. IIin-- i"W Farm Department dis-,Hi Wo will sMp nj ii beautiful Hlaick Piano ..r - K.s tiro t i.il. In jour home. No cash nvmrnt nsiuirui All w.- - ask H tliat you v.Ml piny uikio. uo and lest this j.ian j for 3d il.i.s If, at n e rn.i ot tl.nt nine, you ilo imt Unit It t!u litgtiest urado ifctt st tnneil nti tini"i ilnf m l.aj, that lull liata ever tt'i'ii for Hie money, you aro nt purfc Itx-rtto rimhI ifUifk. ai"l w. will. In Hint , fatarck I'lano :n ik i in.itiu ycio.l with you. event, ens' il t fr mht liol'i wavs. or. there Is no sale. 30 DAYS' FREE TRWL M$& Easy Paymanls py n. ntlt ildwn, lut after trial, y n ran t 2ln p.yinmt nu ralct tcm.i trcr Uicktril bj flu-- - Save $150.00 or More iliritt la son from our fjctnT. it prlai it utp uii UjiAjrJi of 1.W 00 iv iis ,31 01 your i'ann. n - pia.jnlcr lo lunr a ii a piaiio tor Ihf- inncy llun jii au of r,,i.,tn; ire (1.. hite. Yoti i .itlitntory inptt tone I durable Men enM Wo thin t.'-( Ton SO or .lajra tow-e- t, the I piano numifarinrir. Crnna ari" atraiiKnl lo riitt ywr nnvrunnn', an I It I. -- ,ijl,I- for puno fjr yiwir liomp. uil&out "U tu t.i y -- , .nirfU !! man.. a piano OR.Vanv 1hl Clitvtnla aisrcK ami - d ETrry Htsrrk Piano ll fur J", jcjrv iruarantw lui 'jjck ct It imr .15 yran of p'anr uperlir.cr, an, tlie 2nd-Ha- nd Bargains PJayi.-'Han- c? ruanntml nf on We hac r i. Nlantlv on Junl larire num,'r of lii:lilly cf alt ami .rcoml Ii in. plain lunbsl ir.kii t.kcn in ul tlir linL fill Climlvr SUrck Plarrr 'lan'X art rc.'i'milblc piano Iiouv:. 60 Fr Music Lessons Sunk music ltonN. In of the but I noun i'lioo! In ( hlraRO. 1 licc you nn take In J cur oun liome, I'Uii' -- The f.iltow. I ins arc a tew umplu laririlm: Phyor-l'tmrs- cbncp fir . anj stanV riinM .".ai win u market lUlilnl with Ihf nun)' rl.rur lMiua fi'ilnrcH tiitit Isanti of mi en? IliinD anil (! will ls inurfiil lintninimO, low weDtr Stcinway of '"'r Ta rir- - purcliitcr , bic trie t,up Chickcting Kimball ,. Sta.ck 5110.00 92.00 SO 05 05.00 195.00 thfjr car. iry plraxil Willi the prt'Ti at uhlrh I iwnirol. Pians Boo!; is s I I P. A. S TARCK PIANO CO.. Tlila nprcjcnU one year'f Im In.lnirllon. ly ruall. rVml for our Jatrat mmpU-t-r Jrron.l liainl tirfjln IlaU Sni'l loilay for our nrw lirautifiilly IllutlrattO piano Uiok which givM yoii a larec amount of Information rcKinlliis planoi. Thlt tw.l will intrrnt and plraae you. Wrlto today. Fru 1813 Starck Bid,).. CHICAGO , consid-MionUen- You Can Be You Whatever , want To Be , ' live-stoc- op-po- rt s. i I i,, , You can bo a success, and a big Huccosa, if you have AM1UTJON, EREUGY, NKUVK. The road to success is easy if you aro properly prepared. A Business! Education is tho chief requisite for preparedness. Thu big men of today almost without exception are tho men who prepared yeeitorday. We, prepare you for the petition that are wuitiii for iho prepared man or woman. School 'ji session llitrll tho entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper olailicati.on. iiiM-am- ( ,, t Owenslioro Business S (Incorporated) hi ., ,.. well-ordoro- d ti! MS 1 yr Al op-1- 1' t t 0WENSB0R0. KY. -- . r ;x:w ""ttJ-t"t- f lit in-mtttt- (' V . 5pt- - TtM 4WU?!-r muiwwiiin'fr1''i 'ii' V l1T mt aWi-N-J uniitfliM WUflMMM