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Subscription $1 per HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1918. tory much good In any movement that Is'not a liaplist moromcni. no InnlstH that money given to tho V. M. C. A. and tho Kod Cross had hotter been glvou to sending Uaptlst Yar io. 30 j i i. . .. EXPOSED! j S.?L afc- 'j- i i to Kuropo to convert Icings and emperors to temperaments of COlonkl IN CONFKBEN'CK WITH peace. Ho finds it hard to underBKPUHMCAN IiEADKIlH IN BTONK'8 BLIND AH- - stand that Just now denominational rfENATOR cd, claimed to have tendered Miller CONGRESS. kohky a check In payment for tho board and political prodjudlco arc at about whirh lin p.lnlniprl Millar rnftiRnrl nnrl blunder. per cent discount, noyco nlnety-nln- c ;:'-'- ' ; wtwm. declined to accept. Tho least pos3l- Is In as bright as a new coin and 1 WJTj sS&W Washington, Jan. 22. Col. Roose- hln rnnr nr thin Ihrnn rlnllnr lnuraiiit 'powerfully In earnest, but tho world and rocelv-nothl- ng will be about fourteen dollars, to say11 camo to town PRAISES CHAMBERLAIN Is too darned contrary to do right a ste.a strcam of cal,e tho of Ralph's long cold ride. just because ho tells It too. He caniiumo 01 1113 uaugiitcr, Mrs. Nichnot mnko duo and proper allowance olas Longworth. The Colonel frank I1MNI) MAN FROZEN. ' ly said his purpose in coming to tho War, Hut for tho other fellow's stubborn state Republicans Will Support of having an opinion of bis own. Tho Question Uiiusuiil HruntH of Virgil Sutton, an old blind man of capital now was to help speed up tho was Impolite cnougi Courier-JournPower. near Dundee, was brought hero Frl- - war and confer with friends in Con-da- y 'to charge that Uoyceidld not have with one foot so badly frozen gross. Ho disclaimed any purpose honn enough to know ho did not that It will have to bo amputated. ot replying to Senator Stone's speech .know anything. Under such provoThe court ordered hlra taken to the n the Senate yesterday, Columbus, O., Jan. 22. "Tho vlo- cation It naturally stings a man who i " am Infinitely less interested in mm'-J1"- ' almshouse for attention. When dls-- .j lont partisan attack rends that unity knows Hint ho Is always In the right everything covered by neighbors tho old man'3,wnat Senator Stone says about ma which has made possible u )ms cyen ,)ecn MnA tlmt ho ,K(t condition was pltablc. Ho was sit- - j tlian in what tho President says tho President bus asked; It wilt not fj Jj(j arreatcd for ,,sioyaty. U must ting by a rather poor wood fire clad,auout Senator Chamberlain," said be sn from now on." declared Unlt?d bo Indeed exasperating to this zealonly In an old pair of overalls and Co1- - Roosevelt. "The national motto ,A?MtC; W fiiJlky ATA HwMaEl A. Slates Senator Warren G. Harding, ous apostle of pence to have his good Fi' tv shirt and an old quilt wrapped' at this time should be: "Tell tho rcrorrlng to Senator Stone's political Intentions hold up for such unchar around him. Sutton is old and blind i truth and speed up the war." bpeech yesterday In n statement given itable rldlculo and abuse. It must "I hope to seo Senators Wads-wor- th land unable to help himself, and his at u meeting of tho )mlpc(1 ,)() ft trynR pos,uon t0 know out hero, and Curtis and Representa condition is due to neglect upon tho Republican State Central and Advis- ho Is right and then find all the world part of his wifo and children. Ho tives Lcnroot, Daer and Galllvan. My ory Committees. Is tho arrayed against him; but such has four grown sons, one of whom purpose In coming here is to help by "1 believe Republicans hereafter Ingratitude of tho multitude toward means In ray power to render lived at homo. Judge Cook has Is- will dovoutcdly support all war mens- Its benofactors. Iloyco may rave and j IKxt , - r-- i sued writs for all four of the boys more speedy and more effective necessary, but question further yaSVi-Jk',m , w .ures navp ,0 walt on tho "KHKSiltrA-iri)t charging them with neglect of a par - . America's entrance Into the war.for, extraordinary and unprecedented vcrdlct of history for his vlndlcj cut. It is doubtful, owing to tho though we have been at war nearly or power," ho assorted. "Thcro Hon. grants Imnn'B no-- nml Inflrmlfv , If Liu will a year. WO haven't vet- rfi.allv BWWU I ntnr,1 D m ill bo criticism, not partisan, but tbc uiiu tuna uiiij it in n iit v it, !Autii,able to stand the operation of into Inefficiency and incapacity patriotic. Also, I wish to aid in backing amputating the limb. will bo pointed out and correction WHEEL AND SPINDLE yssr.5Jc4' Senator Chamberlain and Represenpublic official will dwell sought. No 5. a tatives Madden and Kahn in their In sanctity hereafter becauso ho In a WAIT ON FUEL FEDERAL CONTROL fight tor universal military training. j part of the Administration. j'-- ' 'VJSSK"t. ,& "-l- .rW These gentlement and their followR ,r ch Mario Tactical Itlumler. AMEfl.CAN. fc 2 Harding's statement folOF PACKING HOUSES ers are pertormlng a great public serSonator vice." 1 'UKIi COMMISSIONER CiARKIKLU lows: Col. Roosevelt later made this ORDERH MANUKACTURING He Is "About Senator Stone? TEMPEST IN TEA POT. OFFICIALS HOMI SALOON brief statement: PLANTS TO CLOSE. He worso than a tactical blunder. IS PLACE OF AMUSEMENT EMPLOYES WANT GOVERNMENT "I am here to help every man who opposed untied shipping legislation! Deputy Sheriff Lon Ralph rodo all ASSUME CHARGE OP ALL sincerely desires to speed up and And was hardly in position to raise a .- Under a the way to Roslne Tuesday when tho Cleveland. O., Jan. 22PLANTS. make effective our work In the war. question of opposition.. From a pa- Like a thunderbolt out ot a clear new ruling hanucu down today by temperature was around the zero That is both tho affirmative and the J' irlollc viewpoint I think helms niado 9y camo an order from Fuel Com - Walter D gayiC( chairman of tho mark, to arrest Melvln Pharls on n neentivo side, trf stnnd hv tlin Aff- lpartisan niissloner Garfield at six o'clock -- ,, ii From a n i sorry mistake. ninnn i charge of beating a three dollar board mmmin . , th- Washington. Jan. 22. The do- - , mau and neEllent week npt all imiuntry. store, office or shop. bill. Ljii would no doubt have preof last viewpoint, I wolcomc the tishault. Ho Thursday evening .. maud ot Chicago packing employes I closing of all man- - jj0 (pclarcd they aro places of amusn- - ferred puying the board hill to bravfho linn uttere--l hlrf ulloged Indictment for for government control of tho meat j Before ho loaves town laier ,n tho live days, mct nnd may remain open on heai- - ing the weather and the cold with the Nobody can deny the Republicans a ufacturing plants for industry during the war was broad-lweeCo, RoosovoIt win make a defciiRO. anil tho closing of stores, offices Mondays. but must close on the long ride, but such Is the majesty of cned today to include all the packing stateracnt on the conduct of the war "Up to Monday Republicans In the an,i almost everything clso on Mon-'1- 0 the law that Its dignity must be vln- - plants of the United States. fUeiess Tuesdays. ho called in Republican Indeed, Jin both branches, dny for the following nlno weeks. It VSciuite, It was made clear at tho outset ot congres8lonal ieader8 f0r a conrer-hearln- gs lmvo submerged partisan views and Was given out that this dra&tlc ac- -' berore the President's med- - enco wn,ch began wUn a dlnner at Ideals of ((m wns uikon in order to distribute Mirrondorcd iatlou commission that the employes tho home of Representativo Long- legislation to support thn Admlnls- - ,fU0 to many parts of the country, oencvea me question to oe one 01 worth und ,astcd untn ,ong Into tho .tratlon In order to support most fill- - notably in the vast, whero tho peopl" national necessity, and not merely night. ly the nation. Tho violent partisan WPMJ freezing for tho want of fuel, a local disputo between tho Chicago Col. Roosevelt Is here chiofly, he e attack rends that unity which has an,i for the further purpose of plants and their workers. made plain, to urge passage or a unt- Austria-Hungar- y possible everything the Pros!- - iUR a hundred ships lying In Atlantic Ml li .a uuau.u fnW u 6i"ui' nf o..v vprsal While the bitter internal political situation In .u. A flAt .1 In A i rtlv miiitarv service law. He saw iont has nsked. It will not bo so ports, with cargoes of war supplies companies to control tho rood supply Senfttor ChnmberIalll author of a blu scera3 to have abated somewhat- iu Intensity, the latest Indications smoul-dorlnarmy in France, which could this tlmo on. 'from jfor our or tho United States and the allies, now before nro that beneath the surface tho fire of discontent is merely the Senate, during the o lnot sail on account of empty coal bun- Patriotic CrUlriiini. and that at no distant date It again may break out in a verlta-blFrank P. Walsh, attorney tor tho day and will see him again tomorcan speak only for myself, but yew, Tho order applied only to ter-- I "l conflagration. , Mr. row. workers, told tho commission. believe Republicans will hereafter r,tory east of tho Mississippi river. The politicians apparently with optimistic utterances have quietWalsh declared It was nocessarx for Hiipport all war measures necessary. certain noccssary Institutions, ns ed a situation that admittedly Is fraught with grave possibilities so the government to act now and not EXEMPTION BOARD BUSY. ' but will question further extraordl- -' groceries, fuel and food manufactur-nar- y t wait for a calamity. far as tho dual monarchy is concerned, but tho known war weariness unprecedented grants of nR plants and etc., were excepted, and Levy Mayer, r.'crney for the pack- of tho populace and tho food shortage are likely soon again to bring Tho exemption board is as busy as power Tliero will bo criticism, not Reports from all parts of tho country '' the peoplo into sharp discord with the authorities. tors, rr. tl i companies wero ill Deo hivo ulUBBIljruit. IMU .nmla.Mnta .l.n.lfI.H l partisan, but patriotic. Inelllclency nro tlmt the order Is bolng rigidly Tho general Btrlke, which, it Is asset ted, took more thon a milo a 1. 1 iho nation in the jt wni probably complete its work in .ind Incapacity will be pointed out and obeyed, although it is resulting In so 1 lion men and wonion from their work a largo proportl u r was no adoquato this week. The clerical torce will he .r' Cat correction hought. No public official great sacrifices and lnconvenieuce3 virtually ended Monday mor n.. ' . . . engaged In war industries i t. s .7 ire or the plants nusy tor several weeks yet making will dwell In sanclty hereafter be-'t-ci tho "public. last accounts tho peoplo still were clamoring for food and r. i ..11 .v; out reports and forwarding them to cause ho Is a part of the Admlnls-- , .(. i tlou of hostilities. At the moment ot the outbreak of p: d v 'oped as to the tho district board at MadlsomiH J tratlon. Country first! Win tho war. ARMY OK ASSESSORS. e, tent, and throughout tho days when tho discord was Chicago mediation After the district board has passed op: aMon 0 Republicans will Savo tho republic; government of tho dual monarchy showed It was keenly u ic 10 ja pact, negotiated by the commission j on then, and ccrtiflcd them back to consecrate themselves to 'such a pub- - j A Uu,0 Rrmy of asscsaor3( working nocesslty of calming the unrest. Immediately the cry 1 ' r f .' on Christmas day. The workers con- - tho iocal DOard card notices will be opposo or 0 service and crltlclso. umler th(J dlrocMon of Judg0 cook arose there camo from the halls of tho government the answer: "Wo tended that the packers' failed to Hve(malled to eacn rogistrant stating his support as their patriotic conviction- - Rn(, County Attorney Ktrk aro 8C0Ur. up to their agreement. aro ready for peace without annexations or indemnities," and It was classification. When the reirfstrants y 0110- -' or Jtupot. This is not a ,nR oho coun,y , an offort t0 conl. addod that this feeling wus shared III to the utmost by the emperor-klnhave all been assigned to their propman war. This Is the supremo trial of vMq th houteA work of the aB80s. TEACHERS CALLED HERE. er classes they will bo called for physAmerican people. 8or boforo tho l)0ard ot supervisors Tho loquacious Austrian press heralded the alleged peaco desires ical examination. Tho local board "The split between Senator Chain-- , mmi thQ gcconI Monday ln March. of the government and king, and Its utteranco3 likely had much to Superintendent Howard has Issued , not advIsed lf au the registrants rlaln and tho President? Well.Sen-- 1 The dcmilIe9 rccetly put In tho field ot do with the subsidence of tho popular clamor. With tho return a call for a mass meeting of the wm 1.,, rfinI1iP(i underco the nhva- ji.tor Chamberlain has been tho stal-- .. Ewt ,tartford a w. Urown; tho people to work, however, the newspapers apparontly have felt teachers of Ohio county to be held ,cal oxaminatlon, or only those in the Adralnlstrn-WcB- t spokesman of tho j,art,ordi w L, shavor; Horso l! wart with which ho had been In the stern hand of the censor, for nothing concerning the situation in hero tomorrow. While tho meeting nm clas8 from whlch tho next aray Hon, w L Tllomas; Heflln, W. S. Austria or Hungary has since been permitted to creep through. will discuss school affairs in general, lj8 eXpCctcd to bo ratsed. leal and patriotic sympathy. He com- IIoward. Arnoia, s. w. Cook; Ralph, Likowlsc, in Germany the censorship seemingly is holding the the most interesting question to do , fc ,;. fcMWW H .,,. Wfi(,f vorda. mantis highest esteem on both sides , . ( ..... . nowspapers In check as regards discussion ot internal affairs In that SbfcU., Knaf U. considered will be that of teachers' KNITTING UNIT NO. 85 It I were bearing a vlllo, Roy F. Keown; Cool Springs, of the Senate. country. The only lukllng of the still tense situation is contained In HAS DONE ITS BIT salaries for the approaching school heavy loud of responsibility I should V. M. Balzo; Prentiss, V. C. Hocker; a Lolpslo newspaper, which announces tho Impending resignation of term. The legislature is now iu sesHo Is a Narrows, C. C. Cartor; Shrevo, Oscar want his cordial support. Vice Admiral von Mueller, chief or Emperor William's naval cabinet, sion, and the ninss meeting of teachHartford Knitting Unit No. 55, patriot and an ablo Senator and Is Potty; Herbert, Dean Kirk; Centor-towbecauso who Is doclared to be out of harmony with the ers will bo expected to pass resolu- - Margaret Marks, chairman, has sent strong to swing them rather than Alvln Ross; Buford, Baz Tayof his desire for a peaco by understanding with Groat Britain. tlons askiug that body to remedy the t0 headquarters Louisville, Ky., tho weaken efforts to offouso and de- lor; Cromwell, Vlrgio Drake; Olaton, Mcanwhllo Admiral von Tlrpltz, father of Germany's submarlno situation. Similar meetings of teach- - following knitted garments: Sweatfense. "Clearly wo have had the II. G. Daniel; Pt. Pleasant. Chestor und Great Britain's campaign, one of the leaders of tho ers are being held all over tho Stato, ers, 47; socks, 110 pairs; wristlets, way open to roveai our wcoKnebww. Und, smallhous, Clinton Iglo bombastic arch oiiQiny, continues to tour tho country, delivering and It is important that every toach- - 6 pa'trs; scarfs, 1G." This moans Let us hopotho revolatlon will Afvl ....... f0iaUro:. So speeches and holding out to the pooplo tho chimera of ultlmuto sucHVHOI- -) or In tho county who Is Interested in they have knit up over three hun-h- ls rtP Inato them and nmko us irreslHtubly led, Erastus Finloy; Aothavllle, cess (or German arms. A basic point In his arguments, however, salary this tall should bo pros- - dred skeins or yarn, and at present strong.' Wilbur Phillips. soeniB to be that lu order to gain this success it Is needful for tho cut and tako part in an effort to prices would bo worth over $300.00 Tho Theso women will now knit through whole of the economic power of the nation to be used. help himself und ItOYCE IN RAD. The status of the sltuatlou as regards Russia and tho Brest-Lltovsalaries at present paid tho teachers tho Ohio County Chapter, Red Crow, PATRIOTIC .MEETING. Leon Trotzky, the peaco conference romnlns unchanged. uro entirely Inadequate, and a prop-jn- s tho yam can bo furnished them. aptlst mlnibter, Uoyco Taylor, a Bolshovlkl foreign minister, who now Is in Potrograd, is said to bo er appeal 10 1110 icKisiuiuro imikiii Nows and Truth, a Baw A. D. Litchfield, pastor of tho Rev. and editor of ADJUDGED A'LUNATIC. pruparlng another uoto to tho entente powers on the subject of peace. iu needed legislation for relict. tint nowspapor at Murray, Ky lu Just Methodist church, has Issued a call I On tho fighting fronts comparative calm prevails, except for John Neal, son ot Luther Noul. of having to hoc a mighty stumpy for a patriotic meeting to bo hold at now That nil 'has not gouo near Fordsvlllo, was adjudged a lun' duels and small patrol engagements. ARM TORN FROM WODYk row. And it all cornea about because hi church here Monday, and urge3 atic In couuty court Saturday, nud as pluniiud with tho Austrian armies in Italy is Indicated by tho fact Iloyco is a peaceablo man. Boyco everybody to nttoml. Tho purpose A nine years old son of Lee Wal- sent to tho nsylum at Hopklnsvlllo. that Gun. Szotozar Boroevlc has boon chosen by the Austrian high was against tho war, and when ho Is rf tho moctius is to stlmulato the' Tho young man is about tweuty-flv- o command to succeed thu Archduke Eugene as generalissimo on the lace, of Spring Lick, while playing aglu a thing ho Is agin It. Through patriotism ot our pooplo, and to years old, aud was a bright boy ontlro Italian front. Boroovlc is to tako precedence even over Field about a water mill a few days ago wayu and means for ovory ono Ills newspaper ho has said some prot- In tho machinery until ho hud men si oh eomotlrao ago. Conrad von Hootzeudorf, who had been expectod by tho Marshal had an arm caught ;y tally things against the Y. M. C to do his bit In this hour ot tho na- -i Auutrluu war office to pierce tho Italian front with his reinforced of tho mill aud torn trom his body. which Is supposod to bo tho cause ot Monday is a business und tho Red Cross and the sccul.ir tlon's peril. Ho has a hobby tor bet- army and gain tho Venetian plain boforo the heavy snowfalls sot lu, Tiwi hhIk frllnw's leu was also badly his trouble. nowiipapcra ami many members' 01 holiday, and every man bbuuld at- -' but whose plans railed owing to the stiffening of the Italian crushed. Mr. Wallace hi a nephew 'ting and constantly ofTers to bet nlno Boyee's awn church have said somu tend, and brlug his wife and chll- -' Appeal. or Bird and Sam Wallace, of Sulphur tbousaud dollars on every concelvu-Sprlupretty tmlty Ihlncd about him. Boyco dren. An Interesting program has! P10 proposition. is tirsl u Buptlat, and he can't boo l,ui;u arranged for the occastva SO SAYS HARDING cs 'dlcatcd though tho deputy freezes. K. D. Miller alloges that Pharls board ed with him to tho valuo of thrco dollars and left without performing the customary duty of paying for name, and sued out a writ charging Pharls with defrauding him of some high priced grub. Pharls, wo aro inform- - T. B. IN CAPITAL TO AID IN WAR, HE SAYS sault called Kmzsrrtfmv nuns I ' Mmw JyB5?:t SBS& to-d- f al Wi'f) vk '. to-da- y ,Li3"'Jttoln0VJk3lf!iB "' : ' , iSxtm &jMP2$&afoszi mHKttttisM jiwv.' '&fmW -- ' t fi ' ,.. k( . To-nig- ht WAR NEWS AT A GLANCE - coal-mad- g, ui iufiail ' ! ttf l'r to one-part- g. Pollt-(Brun- ch m n, Pan-Germa- J 1 .! ,. Pan-Germa- fellow-toachor- s. sk ( ry de-vl- J I us Bk i"mZ ---.7-.- , lllliMm n. III! Sfwfffil'S('34 ulii '' AiSfSISSSItKSStKKmmm iM.iiii..Wiw,MwiW)WwumWiiit ' --- j ,1iiLi . , r ' i - '", w.iarTTiITw-- rfT7 . wiwiiid linn iiiiwtwtHiiiiliMtilllMlJlff 0 I ft I' ' I I'fv 1 i' ?r U i !' r. SLI. STj fo" L i? brilliancy, and In virtu MC boauty. McelTMl laa same MEETS KING GEORGE of thr charmlnc godtlou. nflor wklck I.Mlnirtaa. Ky Jaa. J51. roafes- Tbo largrgf shoe factarina In Italy f an attain valsett t 171,001, thrt onlr nanin worthy of tht jcroatjror havo atartcil manufacturing the 1111 clll-(hplnnot wo aro now consldorlat wax William K. Stout, an luvttrlc (run of Danville, Ky acluall UireiI lional ataudnnl shnri, using liitlher of tho fntlior of tho god. (,aVHM MONARCH UXrHRIHNClvtt Jupiter resembles tho un and hliniclf lo death." according to those supplied by Ibn mlnl.ilry or Industry, IN M.XOAPINn PW)M TIIK Saturn In tho fact that It la not sol- -: who knew hlut heat, and l.i 11 coryso cotninorce, and labor. Tho standnr.l OKlUUfANH. lypo worn oatabllsho.l by Ihfl central Id at Ha surface I Li equatorial re- at tho iUstcrn .Hospital. tlil.J cltv gion, like theirs float romuwhat whom ho died Kilmdny nlht. Ilo wa.i cboo conimlUeo In Konie, but every ESTCKKRHt froely over tho dcupor lnyora of It left a furluno by hhi father novoMl factory In making llltln mod Idea tlouii, (Cnmranrclal Appeal.) body. ywirs njio, hut fc.irfn that ho would m'cording fo It.i inoanv and ays torn f 18. I'llght-Iieu- t. London, Jan. Seasons arc absent from Jupitor's loso his mono? ho dcnlod lilmsolfr- - nianufnelurlug. i-wh- eat Tat 0'Hrle,..the rormcr Satalu IV it Tho Oovornment in organizing lycvir, whlcli Is equal lo about'twolvo jen tho noccssitbrt of Hta, Rolnt; about Railway man, who effected n of sain of shooa to the pnhtic. of ours. Th Jovian day l.i less than poorly clad and HubslHtlnc for days iv!c:ipc from llermany after Tliny provldo for llm opening of being shot d(wii in nn aerial battle ten hours, or about twenty initiator at a time, on a few crack ora ajid.mllk. Btonw in the principal Italian clllns, less than the day of Saturn. Hodle.i AlthouKh ho had thousandn of dolnt ii innmlmr rvf Jim llitvnl llvliif? to be ungagml oxcIuhIvoIt In Hie aalo mc- -i as lars In the hank, ho rofuand to abanCorps. who walked acroaa a part. of W(,is." a,0,,, tw0 aml ma much as on tho earth, and '20 per don his miserly way of Uvlui;, and of natfonitl pit OCR and to bo controlllOortuany, all of l.uxtMihnrs. and lie' ed by tho (lavcrmuciit authnrltiiHi. U'lutn before dlKsfiig under tho "wire cent more at the polci than at tho friends had hllii brought to Ilia State It Is likely Hint huyera will havo to &, equator. hnro. I Hospital 'of death" and reachluR Ainaterdaui, Jupiter and the pnle.i of S'.ittnti Kxposuro and starvation vhich he obtain cards. 'has Just told his tor? to the king at Tho private bIioo atorca will bo d arc the only places In the soUr undcrRoou had so wasted hl HuekltiRhain Palace. And O'llrlen away from tho sun Itsc'.f.wheiv lnulth that his emaciated framo ro- - supplied with an adoqu.ito number 3-&- ats and the kin); have coutplliueutary tern liodlc. weigh heavier than on earth, fused lo respond to tho treatment of shoes and will b graated a Impressions of each other. couimla.ifiin. days In tho Jovian Rhea him at tho Institution and he "I have met some of the head of Ihero aro 10,45" A point at the earth's equ.i- - o up trod after belni; an inmate le-- s ss departments on the Western division yir. moves a little more than 1,000, than a week. Tho only heir to hla "To commemorate tho many happy Ke, romo of the hb; lor of the Santa s per hour, a similar point In dentate so far found Is a brother, days of my struggling youth and lo business men In Chicago, and a few in dr. Jupitor's equator moves about l!ii.- - 1. lames Stout, wliiv ban boon a patleut aid anmu poor unforlun:.i ," ua ho ox of the men doluj; the fighting In Im- at the State Hospital for oars, and prccren It In hla lotter, K. J. Curloy, 'portant positions In this wir, mid, 1 000 miles por hour. Jupiter has nine monns. The four is mentally and physically Incapabb! rurmur wealthy Kentucky distiller, want to say that tho kins Is 0110 of largest were discovered by (lallleo ()f looking after tho property. If no now nt Monto Carlo, has written to (the best," said O'Drlun, who I a iWBC3CtBjKff3tfivv 1 j jti!!. vyBfflpVljf lirlnj; among the very first objects legal heirs are found It will, lawyers Judge (1 forgo It. Kluhead proposing of .Momence, III., and a resident by the aid of tho telescope. s.jy, revert to tho Comtuonwflalth. to endow a room ut ench of tho two "I don't think tie of San Francisco. The latest Juvlan moon was dlsco.--eivl.o.xlngtou hosiiltals. When tho whis-knows what side means. "We &liook in 1!H4 by means of the photo-IplAtky trust was formed several years Vonr KeniTK Cloggol'. j hands heartily three times on my tfie object being too distant arrival, when I thouaht I might bo Tim howels nre thn sowernse sys- ago, Mr. Curley sold his innmmoth itaktuK too much of his time and stavt-'e- d and too small to be seen with the tem of tho boily. You un well imng- -' distillery ut Camp Nelson and other largest lolescopo. organization and tin the result when thuy are stopped holdings to that to ko, and linally said Rood-bU.S. FOOD ADMINISTRATION up us is the rase in constipation. As removed to Now York. Subsequent a telegram to call rJ "I received Soon (Iter His CoM. s purgative jou will dud Chamber- - ly he traveled in Europe and 10:.TO o'clock and, arriving two Hveryone siieaka well of f'hamberDELICIOUS CORN MUFFINS. waa the victim of an Injury VVHEATLESS BISCUITS. k..r.. klnp on rail lain' Cough Remedy after having ,i,a' " M.. til.... ......11n.. - PTI...U - wn before, found the """l 'l centle In their action. They which caused hliu the loss of 01111 of road tiiniv I tv:us not kept waltlnc ' used It. Mrs. Ceorge l.0Wfa, ,MS. "J'l K vV 'a minute, but wai taken directly o tleld. X V.. has this to say regard- - .1.1,. I ...!.. l.i. .!!... n t... in bis b'gs. -- . 'aim by on of hN secretaries who Inir it: "Last winter mv little bov. . hrlstmas mail this ear was 25 .. .. . . . ... wit Iii!rr.w nn iirnnnt!nc" uie. We tbiMl . ms ne ycirs niti, was sick wiin a com 'chatted for 10 minute-- , the king ,or two. or IW1. weo. 1 (loctored pi r cent heavier than nver before , &ks '?' crrKr.rmj-.- r )ittciiriiii g to tho Post Ofllrc Depart .'Tt'iMfA" ""! rfil p.(jj . 'showing groit Interest In my exper- - ,, j"F,v,rw-Krevs- . xr&.M&'-iwnrt USP(I v.irlo, meiIl. kiH.Tl,Vjrl. f Th congestion was less.ho- For Infants and Children .,..coueh ,t . .. .. ,v:!resftyrj xnvvxim'p vrj r.v ttjCW. .:t" Innri's mill (iiiestlnnlnir me nihiutel' eiTies .oui. nouirii; (lid .11111 omen goo 11 ini'tii .v. fcryv'i 3tffi.iw:.r;. gjKwva " " becaiii-ho p- cKugirvwra intil-- ; Dn Use For Over L mc N'--,nu;i' until I began using Chamberlain's Years .as U) my rn,,w lrtH" l " ' LaT myimJSmmfr&xawzJ o el :iilcr than in former years. eu out ot me (raw winnow uuui i'cMigh H'einertv Always He taen iv. JLm V ssu2$25 dLP the studlci rani,n- - llmj jcoi.cealed inysulf nearby a few days wa over If you wish lo make a sale try Signatuic , the electrically charged barrier h'-- j iid." Parched conmieal la the feature of m itK?UI!MCAK AD. . Unman Hnlirlnio .iiul ITnILinit for about t the.e excellent uhe:itlcs biscuits. Here's an old fashioned recipe for ji week of nights before succeeding INMIAN Ill.OOl) OF MAVOIt f a cup First, the conmieal lis put In a t.lin!lov pati placed in tho corn mufllns that has recently been hn i i'OMlM.niKNTniV ItY CHIlit!1 nlati of nsfanc. oven and Htlrred fretiueiitly until it revived and used nlth unusual success king ttrst offfrd not a el'air. I "The In several of the larger New York hoIs a delicate brown. The other lucre 1 poll to ly stoixl ' Sun rrsmclsro, Jan. 10. Mayor a cup tels: To make three nnd n half dozen but when declined dlents are a teaspoon of me throughout our oonversa- - ..lame.? llolph; a (itvcomlunt of l'oe-a- of peanut butter and one and a half mufllns take one quart milk, six ounces with He certainly had tnor than an I,lumt.is. received the following letter i cups of water. Mix the peanut but- butter substitute, twelve ounces of Hon light ayrup or honey, four eggs, pinch amateur's knowledge of ertectrieft. from Chief Tehot'.okwawkou. Acad ter, water and salt and heat. While people who et the greatest 1 gathered this mixture Is hot stlr la the meal of .salt, two ounces baking powder, by the II eiy Intiorest he ,,f the Council for the Prntcctina of. ol" of good 'which should ulso be hot. Heat thor- one nnd n half pounils eornmeal nnd liP, iayC(. n. tde sevo-a- l ways I had American It.dlaus' oughly. Tins dotiKh should be of such one and a half pounds rye flour. Tho j , ;,,,,, a to ,it)W bost to ,lt the 1Uo .. Is surprising to me," talk over as though face are those wrote tho It , consistency that It can be dropped butter nnd syrup should be thorough y , , l tlhwht h,iK e'lief, "to have ascertained trial out ot mixed; then add tho eggs gradually. ' face. to from a spoon. IJuke In small calces la an unjrreased pan. This makes 10 Pour In the milk and add the rve Hour ' "r&t ai sroumilug Urn current in the we, 11.? Anicriran Indians, have the l with eornmeal and baking pow- - ?sooral wires mlve-a horizontal mtal honor of not only having an Imfiau h biscuits, each of which contains Courtesy smooths difficulties tier. i bar. then matife a ladder ot sapplsng 4 descei.dent lir the White Houho at of au ounce of protein. (to prceu that the wood proed a Washington in tin.-- lerson of .Mrs. promptest possible-conncc-tion- s. ductor and d settled on another 5I1111 Woodrow WIIon but also an mayor r4 hucwwstully. of the famous city of San Krauclsio. ' "Tire peoplc-o- f your city have good "Uo was keenly interested In mv !.T, thJ wlndaw of th reason to congrutiilatj themselves, jumping thrt-URSystem operators of the train and tin guard".? effort to hold only they know it. for 1 am convinced are trained to be patient and polite I tfcink Iut Ian shed most that la the fact that American blond rae In they will do all circumstances, he;rtily at my passage with the-- Hows in jour veins liss tho evldenco. us face the facts. The war situation is critical. Unless the Allies fight as they never yet have j guard provititisly tvlwn I ompUuiRtl that tire- city ha;, one of honesty xad ' work if meet with patience fcnrliNinthS scrvrriiiii it." fought, defeat threatens. Hungry men cannot light of our having to rt.ic in murin-cms- s politeness on the part of the compartments. The guard respondat their best; nor hungry nations. France, England, wo rightfully should b ridusers. and Italy are going hungry unless we feed them. ed that Clear Yor Kkln In Hing. I answered that ing in means Spring ho.ire cleaning Wheat Savings They must have wheat. It is the such would bu prcforabJe to riding cleaning Insilu and outside. Dull fact that you sec the best food to fight on. It is the easiest to ship. We with Germans, and then m English-speakin- g pimply ikin u au aftortnnta of wln- alone can spare it to them. By saving just a little the party should guard exptotled In gu'.lerali. ter iaactivlty. Flush your Intestines less than a quarter of what we ate last year we can itrobablv not knotting profanity in a I with a mild laxatlvrr and clean out! this. cause you best support those who are fighting our battles. And we J foreign tongue. the i.ecumuliied wastes, easy to take, can do it without stinting ourselves. We have only results come through the practice of I euulclu't rcilisc the klnc w.w a! they do uot gripe. Dr. King's Now to substitute another food just as good. Iking. He seemed Juit like othor Life Pills v?ill clear your complex-- ! mutual courtesy. Linen, but moro Interested In my sto- - Ion and brighten your eyo-- Try Ur. The Corn of Plenty Corn is that food. There's rv. IU expressed great sympathy King's New lAto Pills and surplus of it. Providence ha3 been generous in the The voice with the smile wins for my mother owing to her belief thrw off tho sluggieh winter shell. hour of our need. It has given us corn in such bounty 1 that 1 had bcea killed, It indeed liav- tj as was never known before. Tons of corn. Train-loa2i At Uruggiat, 2!c. ..... t .. ....! i m IK.k "?! fall of corn. Five hundred million bushels ovtr and 1114 u:en su aiiiiuuuuvu I. wiv jontcial report. I hate been given MOIU-- : Slli:i.T .NKKDKU. above our regular needs. All we have to do is to Ii leave for three months to visit her AND learn to appreciate it. Was ever patriotic duty made Mnmnn111 til ( hilt TH V t!nifw ttlHV ho ... ...... Incorporated so easy? And so clear? MM ( Frankfort, Ky Jan. til very luteiy uiai i ary actUu towartl Increasing 11 is the' extended. f ! J. IICXTKH MATTHKWH, MANAUHH, HAHTKOUI), KV. America's Own Food Corn It is the true American I shall bo transferred to the American proiiuctititi oi( sut-u- and wool in mis food. The Indians, hardiest of races, lived on it. I Flying Corps, In which I received my 4tate ami to fonnulatn plants to fur--' adopted the diet; and conquered a Our forefathers flr.U training ami was sorvlng at San I titer prefect and stimulate the nheopi y , continent. For a great section of our country it . .. ....1 I Lilego ueroro uuconuni; reuiiusa ami I (ti.liit ..... .. .H..... ..w ... . ...t.MW..J urlll lwi tnlfon nt ji lunMtlnfT MW blong een the staff of life. How well the South-fough- t has enlisting with tho Canadians In Vic- of farmers and others Interested in on it, history tells. Now it can help. America toria. 1 have now about recovered: tho bhocp industry , to bo held lit win a world war. day from tho effects of seventy-tw- o Jnmiaiy 29. Tho meeting was Something Corn! It isn't one food. It's a Ur, Richard Stnvetiaon, called- by Learn diet of cabbage and turnips." dozen. It's a cereal. It's a vegetable. It's a bread. preiddent of the Kentucky Sheep It's a dessert. It's nutritious; more food value in it, ISreeders' As.soceiatfou and Mat S. Prefers CliamlH'rlulii'.s. V5A ; dollar for dollar, than meat or eggs or most othec course of a conversation Cohen, commissioner of UKriculturo. "In tho vegetables. It's good to eat; how good you dont with Chamberlain Medicine Co.'a. rep Thtro Is a shortage of sheep and tho properly cooked. know until you've had corn-brea- d resentative today, wo hud occasion demand for a greatly Increased sun-p- ry Best of all, it's plentiful and it's patriotic. of meat, wool anil hltleu during to discuss In a general way tho morlts .. . .. ,1, .1 m t in. inoir tuucruui nruiiuruinuiB. ti. i.t..1 the war is Imperative. Corn's Infinite Variety How much do you know about auggestion I taku pleasure In express-round-tri- p corn? About how good it is? About the many , ing my estimation of Chamberlain's i.otm COMUIKI) MV.S delicious ways of cooking it? And what you misa following and in Cough Remedy. , I huve a family or CA1.I.KI) I.Mt AKMV by not knowing more about it? Hero aro a few . ... six rlilKtren ami nave mis reuieuy in of ita uses: MOKILG, ALA. AUSTIN. TEX. mv homo for years. 1 consider It the Klght per cent of tho 3,.r)Sri,50S DOUGLAS, AKIZ. There are at least fifty wnvn to u.ie corn meal to cough remedy on tho market, mill reslhterod minor inn hotecttve- CORPUS GHRIST1, TEX. only 'l' aii I havo tried nearly all klnda" Uorvlcn law aro coloied. Of thfbo make good dishes for dinner, supper, lunch or breakHAVANA, CUBA DALLAS. TEX. fast. Here are some suggestions : Earl C. Ross, Publisher HamlRoa . t,nrIv 309.000 havo been called and JACKSONVILLE. FLA. FT. WORTH, TEX. n ajiacuse. loru tliui 7r,,00u tiavt) been curtl- County Republlcan-Nows- , TAMPA. FLA. DESSERTS GALVESTON, TEX. HOT BREADS m lied for service. Kan. LAKE CHARLES. LA. Corn-memolasses cake. HOUSTON. TEX. , Boston brown bread. -Out of every too colored men callNEW ORLEANS, LA. Apple corn bread. SAN ANTONIO'. TEX; Hoecake. KNOIMIOUK SI.K. .HIPITKR ed, SO wcro certified for sorvlco ami Dumplings. Mufflna. 4 were rojectetl, exempted, or dison Gingerbread, daily April Biscuits. ( Albert I). Watson in Journal of charged, whilo out of overy 100 geniH. Fruit Griddle cakes. May 31. Royal Astronomical Society or Can- white citizens called, 25 wero certllled Waffles stop-ovc- r ada.)for service. DISHES HEARTY in w Jupiter la far tho largest of the Corn-me- al fish balls. croquettes. Corn-me- al Ntoimu'lt Troubles. (Diameter 84,000 milea) planota. dumplings. If you havo trouble with your It la larger iudoed, than nil tho oth For rates, routes, etc., and corn-meMeat ers combined. How appropriate that stomach you should try Chamber-Tamales. polenta. Italian thia mighty apburo should havo such j Iain's Tnblots. So many have boon The recipes aro In Farmers' Bulletin 565, "Corn a name: nui is 11 nut, strange ini ro3ioicu iu iiu:uiu uy tuu uou vi Using It," free from tho Meal as a Food and Ways of tableta and their cost Is so 1IU Vouua, which loots so much bright-jthcts- o Div. Department of Agriculture. Louisville, days tie, 23 cents, that It is worth whllo or, was not In m Veaut'tc slvo them a tilul. Probably called Jpltr? on LIEUT. PAT O'BRIEN wan anted' iril bocausa ( lta reat-- r IMI of Its nATWm m MArfUlMCftEVMI ' OT MMM VTAhT TAMMIMMWW V at 1 iiffiEgsgazsmmsssisSBaag ays-tom- use more com 2-- "' ' ttre moreftsh Beans sya-Jia- use usf enough stfi'ups 4m suffer use j I rcas-onubl- o I serve the cause ofQeedom asAjsj Ib&rttl-"w- d ! ,i y. ' ntin-Site- I 1 - , "v """i"" - zmffizm fizmaWAS ;$m imjss -a', one-hal- i I r &3wm !:M-ASiWISa."a CASTOR SA 30 er - , ' J )s ZC&y&IS&tu Telephone Couirtesy The amount who out their telephone it out and 1 h oue-slxt- fac; aa&- 4n, PACTS in promotes the The if i ! BELL LET - they but under better and telephone hug-truck- s. i The operator or cannot I ! other to overlook The not j a. ds . ht I I CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY UIil-iVlV,- -i i I ! lifK-Ingto- iL WINTER TOURIST TICKETS - INOW ON SAL.E J K Illinois Central Railroad i.i Winter Tourist fares apply to the many other points the South: a I al Tickets ralc Return limit Liberal both directions. t until 30. 'privilcrjcs allowed address i al 1 F. W. HTtRLOW, Passenger Agent, V A) ., '.'' al 4t i wX-X- I t rtJv- nigpurnwta. to f HOOTER F1XKS CRKAMHRY the maximum programme of the Cen- MINERS RATIFY IM'TTKU WHOLESALR PRICM ASSEMBLY Powers had been pmonlcd. Tho tral 'return of the fugitives and of tho Washington, Jan. 20. Wholcsalo WAGE ADVANCES removed population, he declarcd,was CREATES prices for storage creamery butter 'a task for the administrative author wero announced tonight by tho food ities, and they miiht dccldo what exfor New, York and ceptions, If any, should bo made to WASHINGTON AC1UKKMKNT IS administrator Chicago. The New York price will rules laid down. In order to faGIVBN APPROVAL 11T I.OHKH TO ANTI'H IN tho govern olltrvr points in seaboard tercilitate a survey of tho oubject, the DIG .MAJOIUTV. nitOANI'MTtON OK 1.H(1IS1jA ritory Tbo Now York rnte Is 47 dispatch Mule, Dr. von Kuclilmauit iTIVK IIODT. cents a pound "for tlio remainder of asked M. Trotsky to let tho Central abouVtwo Powers have tho material In possesIndianapolis, Itid., Jan. 19. After the reason," which mean's cenfl sion of tho nurslaos bearing upon two days of stirring debate, the Unit- months. The Chicago is 46 BREAK APPEARS NEAR this matter. The Unsslan spokesman ed Mine Workers of America. In bien a ponnd until February 1, then it will of a cent a agrcud to thto, it is stated, and the nial convention lato today by over- advance, of slttiar closbd. whelming veto ratified the Washing- pound ea the 1st and cent on the IGth of the month unfUstlng iii rotrugntd OrnaAns Ilo- ton agreement of Octobor 6 which a 9nraiH And Strata Relieve tmeti ( HHUsArow Trtraps From grants substantial wago advances to til all the butter is released from stor-aj- e. Sloan's Unlraont quickly takes tho BunoUa Territory. coal minors and provide) pain out of strains, spralas, braises bitumiuous e penalties for violation of contracts. A clean, and all muscle soreness. agreement became effective Noliquid easily applied, it quick-- y Tho convening of the clear The vember 1, last, and remains In forco FOR FLETCHER'S penetrates without rubbing. Sloan's Censtllucnt Assembly lias apparently Liniment does not stain the skin or until April 1, 1920, unless tho war f precipitated u fresh crista In Kus-nla- clog tho pores like mussy plasters or ends boforo that date, In which event affairs, with renewed disorder For chronic rheumatic it automatically terminates. ointments. .an tho consonueaco of n Mrugcle for The ratification of tho agreement aches and pains, neuralgia, gout and o o control In tho capital Indicated an a lumbago have this n rem- was of great Importance to tho counpossibility. try in tho present war crisis for tho o o COURT DIRECTORY. edy handy. For tho pains of grlppo ' o Tho llolshcvlkl evidently nre not and following strenuous work.lt gives reason that had it failed of approval 0 f takliif; kindly to tbo new legislative quick relief. At all druggists, 25 It might have resulted In chaos in the body, In which the very first vote of cents. mining industry at a timo when every 2 nerve ds being strained to relievo tho the opening session oh Friday ree ma fuel famine. vealed a decided CIRCUIT COURT. i count ok txmn on Jorlty, which easily elected Its can- The fight aginst Its approval was HAT DENOTES ftURVICK ' didnto fur chairman 214 to 1C1 -- Juit as the sloeve chevrons and based on tho automatic penally clause Judge R. w. Slack, Owenahoro. and this without the help of tho new bars, stars, and eagles on the shoul- Inserted by tho joint conference of Coni'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hart- . ford. Constitutional Democrats, who wero der proclaim ranking officers, the hat operators and miners at Washington The Dolshcvlkl and cord denotes the branch ef service and approved by Fuel Administrator Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. not present. Otto C. MarGarfield by going out on unauthor- Master Commissioner their suporters, tho extreme Social each private has entered. tin, Hartford. Itovolutionists, thereupon withdrew Light blue signifies Infantry; sear-le- t, ized strikes and provides for their au- Trustee Jury Fond Cal P. Keown, troui the assembly. Artillery; yellow. Cavalry; bufT, tomatic collection by tho operators. Hartford. Disorder In I'ctrogrnd. Quartermasters Corp; scarlet and Mine owners falling to enforce the 1st Monday in March 12 days This brenk with tho majority clause also arc penalized under its white, Engineers' Corps; orange and Com'Jh. and Civil. lloyolutionists, who showed white, Signal Corps; scarlet and terms. ,1st Monday in May 12 daya- - -- ClTll. Defends Plan. their control by electing as chair- black, Ordnance; black and Nwhito, White Standing in the pit of the hall 1st Monday in July 12 days man ono of their leaders, M. Tchcr- - field clerk; maroon. Medical Corps; Com'th. and .Civil. aoff, Minister of Agriculture in Kcr-nnn- black and gold, olllccrs; silver and foggy with smoko from pipes and ci 12 days 3d Monday ln September is interpreted (lovornnicnt, general's clerk; gars of tho miners who packed the black, adjutant Civil. abroad as a probable prelude to an green, Instructor Home Qunrds;grecn place, John P. White, former presiattempt on tbo part of the Dolshcvik and white. Home Guards. These cords dent of the organization, and now as- 4th Monday ln November 12 days Com'th. and Civil. government to assert itself in susistant to Mr. Garfield, spoke for an arc worn only on service hats. COUNTY COURT. premo control, regardless of what ,lofenso of t,, actlon of thc Cadot aviators wear as bat hands hour ln tbo present assembly may de- inch and a half white ribbons and on '"itcrnationoi "'"ccrs in accepting the Meets first Monday in each month. courto Judge Mack Cook. charged that tl,e attack sire to take. Tho forcible dissolution coat collars Insignia representing tho cla"se- County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. f the assembly or Its reorganization aviation branch of thc Signal Corps, on tbo clauso was in reality an assault Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. as a IJolshevlk body are among the on him in furtherance, of organizapropeller blades. Slicriir S. A. Bratcher. possible, course forecast. tion politics. Thc clausehe said.took Superintendent E. S. Howard. away none of the rights of tho minA collision between nolshcvlki and ALL CUItAN SUGAR TO UK ' HANDLED HY COSLMITTEK ers, but, on tho other hand, was esJailer Worth Tichenor. momberb of tho society for tbo deAssevsor D. E. Ward. fense of the Constituent Assembly, sential to tho success and perpetuity Surveyor C.'S. Moxley. the who were inarching toward Washington, Jan. 20. President r '" union. He severely arralgn-Mcnoca- l, ' Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. Tnurldo l'alaco, occurred about noon Cuba, by decree, has per- - ed Alex. Howat. president of the Kau- of FrSCAJj COURT. Friday, according to a l'etrograd mltted distribution throughout the saa miners, wno leu me opposition. Meets Tuesday after first Monday to Hunter's. Hauliers and lias's world of the entire Cub.ui crop by Whlto was backed up by Frank riemaudiiig that tho Assembly bo the International Sugar Committee, Farrlngton, president of tho Illi- In January, April and October. called wero pulled down and torn. which works with tho food adminis- nois Miners; John II. Walker, presi 1st District Ed Showu, Hartford, Route 3. Machine gun and rltle fire brolco tration. dent of the Illinois Federation of j Labor, and William Green, Ohio, 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beavut from all sides. M. I.ogvlnoff, a er Dam. secretary-treasurer. PESSIMIST member of tho Executive Committee. THOUGHTS OK HY AX. OPTIMIST! impassioned aril District Q. B. Brown. Simmons. t tbo Congress of Woikmcn's and Faiington in an G. W. Rowc, Centcr- speech declared that the rank and file ltl District Soldiers' delegates, and four others tovn. wero killed. Many were wounded, in- - "Life Is at best a prolonged battle,. ot the organization wero anxious to th District W. C. Daugherty.Balze- eluding several women. And to save yourself from shame, honorably discharge their duties to. town. Pav no attention to this heading; Final llrcnk Delict til Jfcur. the union and that conservative men Ith District W. S. Dean, Dundee. peaco conference protected from the radiflro till you've taken aim." want to be Don't Meanwhile tho B. V. Rico, Fordsville. k have proceedings at cal elements who start "wild cat" or 7th District Ii. C. Khoades, Hart lies are old enough unauthorized strikes. He told of the Sth District again been suspended, and Foreign Some hurofneed ford, Route 5. operations of a penalty clause In Illi Minister Trotzky is reported to have to wear a full beard. HARTFORD. nois and said that in every iiibtauce retnrnod to I'otrograd on Thursday night. Opinion among foreign obSeven quarts to tbo peck Is the where men were unjustly fined, they Mayor J. E. Bean. servers In l'etrograd seems to be way some grocers measure their suc- wero remitted thru tho regular maCleric J. A. Howard. chinery of the miners union. lint tho negotiations nro working cess. Police Judgi C. ,M. Crowe. Walker made a stirring speech in their way to a llnal break.and the .Marshal E. P. Casebler. fc An egg in the cup is worth two in which he said that the greatest disfall of tho prieo of the German mark ROCKPORT. In neutral markets Is pointed to as tho nest. aster that could come upon tho Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. organization would be the repudiaan Indication of loss of confidence v Clerk Rushing Hunt. agreement at this time ami among tho neutrals that tho parleys That men should be Industrious, tion of the 1'ollco Judge John T. Jackson. would culmlnnto In nil agreement. la ii fact we will allow, thus put tho miners on record befoic Marshal Will Langford. Tho sticking point, lb Is clear, Dut they're more ntU io follow the country as not willing to punish 11KAVKR DAM. men for violating contracts. Ho apA procession than a plow. from even tho German aceounts, reCh'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney. of to hampealed to tho delegates not mains tho continued declination Clerk D. Baker Rlioads. All is fair In love except bru- - per tho government in backing up tho Central i'owera to withdraw all Pcllco Judge J. M. Porter. the "boys lu the trenches" by intertheir troops from the occupied leg- llCttCH. Marshal It. F. Stevens. fering with the coal supply. ions of Hunelu and their uncertain No man hnn tho courage to tell a attitude regarding the return of tho Hlslnc Vote Taken. FOKDSVlliLK. deported population before the ques woman tho truth as her mirror docs. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. There wore cried to shut off deIs put. Tho ClorU Olln Cobb. bate when Walker finished, but tion of A father should ho known hy the Green obtained the lloor, and aftor Police Judge C. P. Kesslnger. llusslans apparently are sticking Just a strong appeal for ratification, Mhrthal Grant Pollard. a llrmly as over to their demands company his daughter keeps. pointed out thu many serious consealong these lines. OWlC-IAAccording to a dispatch from ller-ll- n HCIIOOIi CALENDAR. Hut few plrls onjoy waltzlns quences that might follow Its repuby way' of Amsterdam tho ques- around the parlor with a new broom. diation, a rising vote was taken and County Itourtl of Education. K. & Howard, S..S. O. C. the whole agreement was adopted by tion of the evacuation of occunjed Div. No. 1 J. M. Hoover. Hart Old Adam may have had his little an overwhelming majority. territories and thn political conditions A under which they should exercise troubles but he never had to worry Delegates who spoke aginst the ford, Ky. were over Eve's dressmaker hills. Dlv. No. agreement today wrero W. II. Paso, W. Duff, Fordsville, Miolr right of of Illinois, who said the penally Ky. further discussed at tho session of Dlv. No. 3 II. Ii. Carter, Narrows, The way certain postmasters enter- clause was an insult to tho intellithe penoo conference held at Thursday afternoon. tain their relatives behind the coun- gence of the mirrors, and Charles Ky. Dlv. No. 4 H. O. Autry, Uaize- ItefiiKe To Withdraw Troops. ter one would thluk the P. O. wus a Flndloy, of Michigan, who said the Foreign Minister von Kuehtnfann, family affair. fuel administrator was no friend of town, Ky. Div. N. G Otis H. Stevens, Beav the miner. Opponents of tho clause in opening tho meeting, hays the diser Dnm, Ky, A father likes to have It said ihut say it is abused by operators. patch, regretted that "despite the enDlv. No. ii Nat I.lndley, Center- D. A. Framptou, president of tho tirely convincing reusons brought for- his baby looks like him, but he gits Missouri Miners, said he was against lown, Ky. ward by us there is no inclination on mad If told he resembles the basy. Time of Meeting 1st Monday in the penalty clause, but as it was link the other side to accept our point of view." Ho declared It was necessa'When levely wenan stoops to folly, ed up with the wage increase he felt February; 1st Monday in April; 1st ry to maintain a number of disciplinAnd marries sewe van twice her ctfwpeNed to vote for it, as a defeat Monday iu Juno; 1st Monday in Au1st for the clause carried dowu the whole gust; 1st Monday In October; age, ed troops In the territories lu quesMonday in December. cenpnet. tion to preserve public prder and keep Divorce will ease her melancholy County DourU of Examiners B. S. Charles O'Neill, ceutrul Peuasylva-nl- a, And start her ea the dewnwurd the economic machinery of the counspeke for the clause, as did also Howard, Mrs. 1. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. The Central Power, try in motion. state." would xlve a binding James Boyle, of Arkunsas. The latter Duff. kowever, Jun. 25 and 26 Cowmen School promise that these forces would not Some Ohio ceuaty elrls put on Fald that those who opposed the I Diploma Examination. indulgo In political activity or exert lot of elothes to attract attention, jnlty clause at this emergcnea-rMay 10 and 11 Common Scotol I political pressure. while borne loate a lot ef them off ally clause at this period of national emeriteney was siring uld and com- Diploma Examination. Foretell Minister Trotzky, for the for the catar reason. May 17 and 18 County Teachers' Russians, Insisted upon absolute fort to tho forelcu foe. The convention adjourned until Examination (white), clarity on tho question of evacuation. The society firl may be the first May 24 nud 25 County Teachers' Monday. The presence of organized troops lu In the whirl of boclcty und balls Examination (colored). tho regions in question, he declared, yet all must rjdmlt It's the telephone The Department of Agriculture Is Juno 22 and 20 County nud State would very grloVously prejudice the girls that rccvlve the most cull's. urglne poultry raising to Increase the Teachers' Examination (white). , taking of a significant vote. He also "Back-Yar- d Juno 28 and 29 County and State UBlBtcd that tlio voto count not do To err is human and to stick to food supply. A bulletin Poultry Keeping" has been Is- Teachers' .Examination (colored). until tbo return of fugitives It Is inoro fo. Ikon . Sept. 20 und 21 County and Stale sued and may bo secured .without 5UL tbo regions and tho population alynad been removed. Some men talk more rcllclou In co&t by application to tho division Tcachors' Examination (white). Sept. 27 and 2S County and State (Dr. von Kucbltuanu replied that wo I ten minutes than they practice lutcn or publications, Department of ' Tcaclurs' Examination (colored). Ir us' the evacuation was coneersed your "rra- - MISS CRISIS mm mmm 0hjMZZ'yw'WkM 'j&7 SS33SK2 GlfcBHsIs'era VAtA Cry for Fletehr's & wl T xMsi v ml Wi wJ ri W, one-four- th one-four- th She Kind Yon HavoZmava Boucht. and which h Wn iu use for ever over 30 years, has borno the signature of and has been made under ln'3 per-0 conal 'supervision since its infancy. CZjCi6r?'?77 lonfj-awnlt- m Children Cry CASTO R A ' vtftrj'JS Allow no one to deceive vou In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. "Just-as-good" 'CCC: oooooooooooooooooool woll-know- ooooooooooooooooooo Castoria ia a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphino nor' other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty year3 it has teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishnesc arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation, of Food; giving healthy and natural eleep The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friead. WhatisCASTOFNA GENUINE yaeara CASTORIA the Signatui of ALWAYS So-ri- nl In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought TH CBNTAUW COMMNY, WKW VOWK OITV. " Stare k Pianos laAdvpnee Satiof notion Gnnr mbbbbbKA No Money Lowest Net anteed Terms Factory Pricos S2O0Fac- dis-pat- Easiest A Saving ol SlOO io From tory Direct wiM 9 r9Rkj75!s v'Sr t?I i'sSsL't iff!''! v4 P. A. ETAnCK PRESIDENT , s -- Hrost-LItovs- OWN HOME Wo will ship you a beautiful Starc'.j Piano for 30' days fr"e trial. In your home. No cash payment required. 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School 'n session the entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. , ... iDifi Sib l (Incorporated) Hi $ 0WENSB0R0. KY. MMMiMe.. It tf Tiv Trjmmm wv ' -.- - .' raf- - iiiriniiTTirnniiiiiiimmNiHHiirii... fr wgwwb'iwniw impwiniww,Wi3'''l'""wwrw' I t.itk i n fr. H? ! J Br - r ;. 6 ftC - I Bf e k s J hi? & fl iw ;! MEN WANTED, NOT CLEHKK. confine prico fixing to food products LONDON GOES ON only? Is It fair to limit tho margin Tor more tlmn a year wo have of tho farmers' nroflts on food pro- RESTRICTED DIET Published Weekly by ducts and leave tho cotton growers been urging the President to clean jHHTFOHI) PRINTING COMPANY of tho Fouth and (ho sheep raliors of house. In April wo had pointed out Incorporntcd tho west to a harvest ot exorbitant tho doslrabillty, tho necessity, of W. S. TINSLET, Shall everybody elso oxcept tiding up the opprossivo bunions o uatm.vinh ounnit issued ami S, B. SMITH, s. UHM )l' fanner who feeds tho nation In ruined by tho President among men President it hour of peril be allowed to fcath- - in whom tho country hid conlldcuc.-Killtor cr Ills nest while the war feathers, Too long, wo had suggested, lint the pOHN IIK.NKV THOMAS President boon surrounded by figure- Y, AsHocln(e Editor m: flying thick nnd fast? &, B. TINKLE i 'heads, by dummies, by echoes, mi and lhudncss Manager. London, Jan. 2V. -- Lord lthondda, Tho fellow who had sheep hilled onn f whom dared, or chose, to have Food Controller, lias lakon drastic nnd swore to tho high valuo ot hisa ,n,,d of his own. Mouthpiece measures to deal with tho meal r.hort-agRrveni nmirrtln? to law at tbo l'ustotflcr herd is not tho only one to find nthoy were, umi Mo Tooa. Thoir HvlIorJ, K.J., in mull mnttfr ol tli An olllclal order was issued formor statement a llttlo embarrass- - Mnslor's Voice was all they heeded Tucr.day applying to all hotels, IMJ, supervisors m sulllced unto them. Must It there-get- s Ing when tho board of boarding houses nnd public to ready to raise his assessment foro everlastingly mtmr.o unto the places, to begin Address all communications forthwith. It speciRepublican. were pcoplo of Amorlca? Tho .boys who valuation. flfke Hartford And, If It must, fies two uientlesii days weekly Turs- drafted, or at least many of them wo would insist that to suffice Is not and Fridays in tho Loudon dls iuo on their jto satlsty, aIU, Ulnt to conmlt only da8 a,u, WcilllC8rtya nni, FrI,my ,n did, place a high NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS lr,cl sent to i new BnbecrllnTii dilrliiK the farms and the crops raised last year. win, thoso wliofca acnulesccnco is olhef of 10 KnBI,onit olwccII KjdreM ruut plvo the old ndilrwn In mntlou th The very limited supply of wool available nnywnys Known oeiorcuanu, is not ui tbo hours of f nnd 10::10 o'clock In nnn now uiu uu.uu vi duivi rrcrcst. line nnd to will have these sworn statements bo-- 1 consult at nil. nmt Sotliiw 10e BalnoH I,ocnl no moat, poultry or during the coming tho morning logically means r line tor encli iiililltloniil tnrtlou. fore thorn when passing on their as- From our correspondent at Wash- raino may bo consumed on any day, l'itr.1 ot TbinLric OMtuarlea, IlMolutlonn and If the board raises tlio iriKton, Mr. Earl MusUlltz. comei nmi no Injjc may J(J cot)sumoti Sls a sessments. will command much higher prices. Even n tint, money In tidntni e. on real estate to tho cumulative cvldonco that tho capital Church Notlcro tor Bervlcen triv, but otter assessment bovorago except by children under now the Government is recommending the use sworn value ot tho land tho taxes of ,j3 getting restive and that tho dls-th- e 10 years of nge. idvertlncnisnti.. 5c r line. ' no Anonytnoun communications will county will about troblo next closures of theso curront invcstlg.i- A guest must provldo his own sutttntlon of cotton-mixe- d fabrics, year. recommendation Itlons in no singlo instance lmiulsl gar for swoctenlng beverages except torlal or partisan is causing a great Unit residents ot hotels, clubs and may soon reach the prohibition stage. 7LSFXC31C. The most sensiblo realization wo deal of uneasiness and disturbing the CusO:orlcua.d. llliard,ng ll0UBCB mny ,)C 8UI,pUcd with have had that a great war, involving public mind. To say that Secretary CO aXiitiaal 3'aimeis' exceeding six ounces of sugar ( Better be supplied with good, pure wool clothes tho lives nnd comfort of our Ameri- Baker is under fire Is wilfully to mis- not weekly for this purjiose, if tliey do boys, was in progress was when state the position. can It Is tho adminiswhile this kind can be had, and before prices ..1AXUAKV 25 possess ordinary sugar rations. Kill l)A V, wo dropped into Red Cross headquar- tration that is being asked to give not gives a tablo Indicating Tho order ters Wednesday afternoon and saw an acount ot its stewardship. It is advance sufficiently to make them luxury. lnlnulcly cvcn t0 frnclIon8, the ex The business house that cleans the a little company of good women ply tne muiitiiing ami mo miscuioi oi . nlo, a,.nr ,,ri)n,. , -... .......H... W. ...I-..uur,..., ...bk.VI, snow from tho pavement in front ing scissors aim neeuius m w.c """i which people want to see an end. Hour, butter or other fats allowed ing of comfort clothing for tho boys w, advortiscs Its enterprise. ro naturnl whafmoro Jus- each guest for eacli meal for the ln the camps. The wish occurred to tlfinbl0( tnnn thnt tnc. shtmItl turn of hotel nnd rostnunint urn- WE HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY OF MEN'S, indicating us that every onto county sotuier uoy Evidences are at hand as the people ot England and France ,,rIctoril ,n tllelr wcckIy lllc,nry 0f .... that tho President Is losing much of coum me pasi uiumoui hhii uii " ,.. ,llrI1,ttn tbo Idea of a ounces ' fats only ono and YOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S SUITS that firm grip he has had on Con- wbnt loving hands in solemn duty ,. of Illpn ...h .,..,, may bo allowed each guest daily, of gress since his first year In office. wore doing for their comfort. Tho done things, nnd hnve, by that much may which not exceeding one-hapleasing spectacle could not fail to ,, niarBnr,llc Circuit Judge nnd former Con- please and cheer nnd warm their given hostage of their performance? conslst ()f ,Utu,r -secretary i.aKer nas toiu us, in gressman JIcKenzie Moss, of Bowling Tho weekly allowance for each hearts for the duty that lies before that solemn way of his, tiiat there Green, i3 Just now tho most favora- them. curst Is: Moat, thlrtv nances: bread. should bo no Secretary of Munition f()Ur polnJg. bly mentioned Republican for the uurf rourtcen 01IBCM. because tho job is too big for one sugar, for cooking, two ounces; but-- ; nomination for United States Senator This war may not greatly alter tho man. Cut since, in effect, be dis- tor or fats, eight and tliree-iiunrtthis fall. maps of the world, but it will mark charges those functions, it Is clear ounces. the passing of fcocial and economic Tho practice of throwing men into systems, and a new order of tilings 'that, plus all his other activities, he ono-hnIn weighing, two and jail for speaking irreverently of the never dreamed of before the war be docs not think it is too big for him. ounces of poultry or game are reckPresident, inaugurated a few mouths gan, it is not merely a couuici oi any more than that and every other oned the same as one ounce of meat; 'war responsibility Is too much for four ounces of bread are reckoned as ago. soon Mowed over. The Amer-th- o wr.uu of natlons but tl0 Mlnd the untiring shoulders of Woodrow three ounces of Hour. lean people wou.u not sianu xor "U8-;yIIur0BefuI strugslc of society to Wilson. It's beautiful, tills devo-- ; sian autocrac)-- . ?icTBncsac3rc?w??5jrjrrai Public eating places, which do not endur- build anew a more secure and ' It tiou to duty. Put it's foolish. erve meals exceeding fourteen penco JJi Dread as we may B social fabric. Whatcver other results may follow may bo the judgment ot the President 11 waste- price, exciusivo 01 uoverages, nrc tho Fuel Commissioner's drastic or.! the howling hurricane with its goou and. if it is. it will be the judg- exempted from observing meatless till destruction ot mucn mat is ncr imraiiznin nil! uusiiiuss .muus- - n,u1 ,cnfiil It Ic 1,1 qnmo wnv npressn-- ment of the cabinet, but public opin- days. .. tries of the -country tor a period, It :lon and accumulated experience are At a meeting of the butchers of l0 the restoration of meteoric or- brings homo- to the people as they Harrow yesterday ono of their num nd social convulsions arise have never realized It before tho far ber said the shortage of meat had -- .... .. i.us ii.in,.i rrnrhlnir sneril res t...,,..counirv ninv " ""'" "":" ' ;., .... , ,.r " .... liar bcncficient results. Social and atiro. AB nas "" "' no reuson ""-- ro become so serious Hint tho author! uv vaiiuu ui'uu iu munc wtmiu uu, sue fctuii to ' L'cunuiniu sjsit'ius biu uui ui uiu irrnt It - In a government dominated ties had asked him to start killing iaja, yar Is over. ".. 1.11- -1 ' ..r r.... horses, and he wes beginning tin ' UtVCiJ, U11IU1 uuillllLi:, ui iiiiccn uuk .1ii. l.loyd George, decidedly ra4llc.1l, week with 100 bead. l.n ...l.lu " 1...I.1. 1... Horse meat, he iiit- 1111, iu? , irtt!i lino Itnnti The frequent shooting scrapes in' ila itaunauit; u 11I I frtr lli,in It U....1 .1.. fV.... ft 111, ll'lltlll ...1 ..1..I..4 &4tr w , siiiil. wnulil iierliaim nnt Im verv nril. llayti have about exhausted the pa-- 1 of the leaders of such movements.HKAI.TII yi-- ' JIK.V AT .Mi:itic.. t'oiu'r.s now JeaJ er or the Conservatives. atalj,(. tQ ,, , wm t Mme .... uonco 01 tne pouco oiuc.ais 01 uio -- " amJ f()r Artliur jnmos llalfour for-, v.m' siiki.uv 11x1: Sl Times A Jjirgo Ak In Spanish-Americ- a county, and drastic measures wi I be.rau.ca premier and long their titular (!BAT IU.MACJI-- KKAIH:i. ..... -- , -- v 11 War. "" Camp Shelby, Miss., Jan. 23 fatten to put a stop to 11. Tim chief in positions second onlv to wiik.v ici: ct)i;(;ic ih:i;.ks tho most of these troubles are fruits dent order of things and build new health record of Camp Shelby con- svsteins UDOIt the . nt ,!,.. i.ii.iri iimrag w.Thero wern enlisted men tlnues to be - tlm nitinns ntiil bntter ordered 11 w...w., No ul t..w U....V. ...b." I'lreasury. ISaliour It was who head- Ice -- . Tmm Meinnhi , Jan n, ,nr,..,- riilnu nf tlinso It w swoon awav. . u,f-.- i and llO.Sfi.-- olllcers in tho United deaths liuve been repoted during tho ,1 tho Ilritish " J" Mission to this slde.'iloes eove.cd tho Mlsnisslppl Illver n an effort n break up these trouble- States Army at tho opening of 1918, past two days and but ono death has olectIons this I" "nce a government that include from ,, clty , vicksburg, Miss., to- - morci than one and a halt times n.i in twi.lv.. ,ivu AI1I1..111.I1 n ' urnirrl ,l,,wu,e juiuin. nlL'llt ,u. Vn nn - ClOinenCfail. IMCllOIl. Klbot Villi not ho .tttm, uml lit IIIIIIIV iilnfinu Ktn.lIllOra . ...in 1. f,,ll nf lnlrn,l ar l.ll 111. 1.111 V111 UU 1UI, IJfc 11111.1 , , . 'W .. iai- ,ll.cnrll,wl ,. nlln.r tin.,, l.P.imllv "") s'"rCO CVIT llUIOrU mil-- - weatiier during tho past two weeks ue acK w "' 1tlcr0 lM"S0V1Sen taMve a,lo' "ccordlng to has been inductive for pneumonia The Lincoln Club will hold Us 1.1. .'ommpni sunk here " J3 ' B -- 'at9n1e.1t cases havu been brought to tho ,., . en. n,i nual banquet at the Seelbach hotel hf Secretary of War ,. gentlemen to whom r The amiable fnr bare hospital. in Louicville, February 12. Plates ... .. .1' Mr. Wilson sometimes avs the com- - Wi,im, ..... ,. ........ ........ ,.....u.U .f!J,Ktr- Issiin and that will In no way im .....V.. During the war with Spain the Ar- will bo $2.50 each. If you are go Desertions from Cnmp Shelby have purpose and loyal' "m,unl r tolling them what lip has tho ice yesterday wero breaking up. my S. Ben pugn tho lofty of tho United Slates at Its max- - been few and far between. Slnco tho ing 10 attend write Hon. A. .. Tl ne. rsiuu-- r man wniii in- - uas 111 two other steamers are aground near .1... ,.!., The Kregated 272.000 aihniH-emen- t ,rc"Bth ,. frn,n 1... ". " ...-- ." of tho troops at tho nott to reserve a plate for you. : i w:r:mliil to do. will never nlra.l Egtyi, candi- Tho A,rn,y U ,h, ri""" ,lurl"K Scntcnibcr. but a mini-dat- e this meeting a boon, for some anV, ,nL.m 0,.s of Uic t0 that count of the indictments. They ,IK;" ,,m,, 10,"C"-Kolorla lo.lllB,lt from Hickman, psl- - arp cllI(sf ' "ol11 ",u, ,n for tho Republican nomination "ow ls practical. mum number of men have left with It wn, cIorkSi tIlat , rolumbus. Kv.. a """ n . .i,,!,.,,,, ...1.1, ,...,.,..,. , , .., 111 iniiin for United States Senator will in all "" '.'',. nprf.n,... - ...... 1111,11 trt a 11iA.Li.11 ... ,. , iiiiiini nitii - I' six times as great as tho maximum the intention to quit tho sorvlro. Ac- Willi iiiinirii ti to it. Tho President, prooablllty bo launched. message to Russia tl.at'iiy, extends for from twenty to thlr- - l",lm,l,'r ,m,l,,r armH '" tlu' Spanish-- 1 ,(dlug to records about twenty-fiv-o and since the war began, lias given them th.it do- men in nil bavo boon tho world. .Neither wera ty miles above that place with tweu-- , American war. country the impression that he startled About 15,000 olllcers wore commls- - cotters. A largo number huvo left the-If a hundred ships carrying sup-- 1 the ,akc" lnt0 l'arl-- ':"owledge ofjty-Hv- o feet of water behind It. Ulver plies to our soldiers in Franco lay in was willing to tako the whole that f uo1 c,llct "" ",oro t,m .,was ,1"3 men fear that when tho Ice gives way stoned from civil life In tho two ser- - ramp for a week or so, but the Intent government on his , ... I. .1. harbors waiting to havei den of i. Atlantic " " 111,, It will causo great damage to river les nf "' f ... !,.,. , " ciinuiH. nearlv eicht to desert thu service was not the facFor several years nobody ll'lllllir. Illllll IIMI lll'll.lll II IIIIIl times as many as tiie number of old- - tor which impelled them to tnki their coal bunkers tilled beforo they ders. newspapers crafts, docks and other property in life, tnnateraliln. lint miller could start on their royango It was: It may lie that this is tho way to its patli from Hickman to Memphis. Icors in thu Regular Army April 1, French leave. the stress of war the notion has gain- il!'17. justifiable to stop coal consumption .n.l fr.M.n .li.l, ,l.r. .oll, tT1rfi l,1fl win the war. Certainly It is a guar- anywhere, even in the hospitals, till, 1'U IW11.U null HIV IVilllJ" lll.V .1W. antee against leakages. Hut is it a KILLS TWO (lANfiSTKKK; Tho Italian wheat crop for 1917 4 of tho conn iiicli ships were supplied, but it will experienced statesmen guarantee against snap judgment, HIMSKLF IS SLAIN "A soeonil training camp will be1 wns UO per cent below tho tho Pros! lo difficult to convince tho country try Atshould --be called. intottll tlm nn- - or undue haste, or tliosu mistakes .1 held at Porto Hlco, starting FebruII -,....! - "" " that efficiency at tho proper ti.no i",;"1 tl,at comcs to tho 1,08t regulated mind St. Louis, .Mo., Jan. 22. Joseph ary 1. Thu attendance of 400 wjlli proaeh ot tho congressional elections. rould not time Umt seeks Try a ItKPUIlLICAN AD. to help Mount, for many years active in pel- - be selected from citizens and res!- bo pointed out that "opubl.can ty of tying " Itlcal circles here, was Mint to death dents of Porto Ulco. soli your vroporty. ... order to -Iho tonight In a battlo with gangsters, j tho country for five days "if half eentiirv of coal a hundred ships President can collect around hlnibelf two men, Tom Tl.orpo and Joe Mora... j 111 the actual administration of the I iir li n(irtlii -a saloon owned by Mount "' trtttritm llin rt u t II t .......t ." The first partisan outbreak In tho government, are entitled to a volco."souls. Hut ho might call Into his entered mn and a gun fight started Immediately, since war was in directing so Important a task as a official family a United States Senate Taft, a Roosevelt, a Mount killing both men. Thon a Wilson might when world war. President declared occuned Tuesday Root, to say nothing of some of thus 'third man who had been watting lu Konator Stone, of Missouri, (Demo- yot meet this danger of tho result of ! nomocrats whoso charactor and claim i an automobile outside, opened tho might bo construed crat) launched a bitter tirade ugainst an election that hn has not yet succeeded In eclips door and fired, tho first shot killing "Republican leaders In abroad as a vote ot want ot confi- ing. Konsevclt nnd Louisville llorald. Mount. Tho man escaped. ceneral. For several days Senator dence. If ho would allow congress e mm advertising his forth- to pass the War Cabinet bill, and Stone had been PENSION HILL MAY couple of Ul.OCKH CONFIRMATION OP coming eruption, and had been ap- appoint to that cabinet a IIKNKF1T (iUAHDHMKN KENTUCKY FOBTMAKTKRM pealed to by many Democrats, in- trained Republican statesmen, like cluding Poitmastor General llurlo-Ko- Taft, Root or Roosovelt, the RepubWashington, Jan. 22. The Houso nnt to do so. Lodge and Pen- licans of the country might show Washlagtoi, Jai. 23. Because the Committee on Invalid Pensions today rose replied to the Stone eruption their appreciation of this liberality nuulnatlon of a number of Ken-o- f unanimously reported with a favora spirit, and purpose to five the tucky postmasters are distasteful to with merciless loverity. ble recommendation the bill of Reprn country a larger voice in us auairs. senator J. C. W. Beckham a ' ,entatlTe allowing the President', party to lock,(l h- -r pSon Senator Stone's violently partisan conflrm.tlon b, the j , ....- speech, attacking the loyalty and continue to control the legislative de- -, Scnat. Thl. th, Jumlor genator from .m. u. k patriotism ot the Republican mem- partmeal.of the .oTcrnmeiit until the Kewtucky toId chairman Dankhead. 'tlonB under command of United States ber ot that body was a grave blun- end ot the war. Hut we doubt that I of tho Committee on Postofflce and 0tRcen and to their widows. Itlsc5- , , der for the party In power, and tho ino rroBiaeiu win nuow bo largo n . ,,na,road. hut di.i nnt PBVell th.i , result ot It will bo an easing up measure of power to pass from his a d016n men who,ab,0 hMu lQ a leftst 2(000 Kenluck. of tho f tho uolicY of tho Co.iKress lu grant-- ! hands. lie said, wero obnoxious to Jilm. Son- - U8, Ing tho President extraordinary and If paid in advance. This offer is to both it tor Heckham is u member of the ( AN KI'lTAPH. Mi.usunl powers. In other words it i'ostofllco Commlttoe and can suc-- i Hnmmiew To Have Weekly. new and old subscribers will mark tho beginning of tho end ot Sacred to tho memory of John cissfully block tho appointments. It' Paris, Jan. 22, A weekly news- Address no man power in tho administration Harloycorn.kllled in tho great World Is not believed that ho opposes tho paper for tho American troops orders to the In ef tbo government. After all, Sena- war In 1918. May tho day of Ills rouflrmntiou of Postmaster B. T. Franco, to bo called Tbo Stars and Resurrection Never Dawn. tor Stone's intemperate and JPchmltt's appointment to the Luuls- - Stripes, will' bo issued shortly. It speech may servo a useful end. lllu olllco. has tho sanction of Gen. Pershing. It (iovnrnme.it estimates ot tho pro- will bo directed and edited by men An embargo has been placed on tho wearing tho American uniform. Tbo President is asking Congress duntlun nf petroleum In tho United to givo htm power to fix tho prlcu of Status In 1917 place It ut nearly It exportation of butter, except to na-pwith tho United cent greater than any previous tlons associated It you wish to make a sale try a all food products. Perhaps this REPUBLICAN AD. States lu war. would be a wise provision, but why yesr. , Hartford Republican. 1 as-th- Men's Clothes! -- r ' Sec.-Tren- " . 1 in 1918 ni o. j ts, Will Command Highest Prices In World's History year jt I ir ,". that it rlt a us that ,,,, a ., .,,. one-quart- lf MEN'S:SUITS $10 to $22.50 YOUTHS' SUITS $6 to $15.00 tt CHILDREN'S SUITS $2 to $10.00 et DON'T DELAY BUY NOW . Carson & Company ,7 f. 4 """ ..iti HARTFORD, KENTUCKY r- t .. ;.. ... 1- mw&&Mw& &mf&&mAwwm - ...... ;' - -- -.- -- '"".r, "T ''" .. -- ,lt 1 ni ii - ..- ...'... !..... ... record-breakin- w. I ,.., ' At' "...," ""." ,' .":'. ..,.. ', "" 'P"T"" , L,ii, Z CZ ''"'" ''' ' no-ne- vLi. ,... ,,' - ., at , , - - I bur-J,llL'- -v v ' j own-shout- I i . j I i ;;.!" J n, ''"' ""'- ,1"" - S.Z' IT 3rdrar;ssT.5eN3rar3e;3r3curss . GOOD CLUBBING OFFER THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST HOME AND FARM and HARTFORD REPUBLICAN ( ,,, L .hgSal U." ALL ONE YEAR FOR . .. ... $3.50 all REPUBLICAN HARTFORD, KENTUCKY I er t:aciciacia&9cia&K 'Mr. Chester Bishop, formerly of Just closed a term as Superintendent i cross meeting. ILKR'N CASH PRICKS FOR Ccntcrtown, but now located at Win- - of Nicholas county. Miss Gardner. TODAV AD TOMOKROW ONLE chestor, Ky., is visiting relatives lii.wns billed to speak hero Thursday Tho Executive Corntnlttco of till (ho county, night, hut on nccount of tho dls-- 1 Hartford Chapter of tho Hod Cross 10 pounds Sugar '..OOc mniui.-iiiwuiiiiiir ui iii.iiniHi'iii'in iiuid u nicuiiiii; ai iicaunuariors i uc3- - 5 pounds Sugar 43c Mr. A. II. Ilenfrow, of Narrows, wired her not to conic, hut, falling l day afternoon. Tho following 1 fi pounds Potatoci 10c threw head of young caltlo n recolvo tho wire, she csuno and tho mltteci woro appointed: Mrs. C. M. 24 pounds Flour .$1.50 Lfow davs ago. Wo dlil not learn meeting was held Friday afternoon. 'Ditrnott.clialrmnn of Woman's Work; 1 can PURR Hog Lard $12.1)5 what the trouhlo wan. In her address sho outlined tho great, Airs. Ira I). Hon.ii, chairman of Knit- 2 1 pounds Meal' 85c work the Parent-Teachenssocln- - ting Club; Mrs. John 1J. Wilson, 10 pounds Navy Deans $1.S5 Miss Ilculah Palmer, who Is lion wan doing for education, both chairman Junior lied Cross; Mr. J. 10 pounds Lima (butter) Deans $l.fi a business college at Dow-lin- g In Kentucky mid In the nation, and'c. Her, Civilian Relief; Messrs. W. 10 pounds pink Deans $1.25 HfcffjiBWLCfri'WJW.ftiit'Aymrj mm VZyjiKNWfn (Ireen, camo homo Tuesday for her address was well received by the If. Confabs and w!" 8. Tinslcy, 10 pounds crushed Hominy ....05c a visit with her parents. While hero Hiss (lard- - 'llclty Comniitleo. A small supply of 10 pounds Itlco 05c The cold wintry blasts remind us that a good nor added about sevenly-tlv- o members outing cloth has been purchased and Acorn Bacon, by tho sldo Edward Ford, son of Dr. E. W. to tho organization, and hot it work on a number of hospital bed rSniokod Dutts heavy SUIT or an OVERCOAT would be in harmony with 8rtc Ford, who haH Just passed through working order, and will return horc shoots begun. All ladles Interested .1 boxes Ootmcal Soc the present weather. While at this season our stock is I'a severe attack of pneumonia fovcr, for nuolhor meeting with the associa- uro Invited to como to headquarters 10 pounds GOOD Coffee $1.40 Is Improving vpry slowly. limited, yet there remain many good values. An ideal . tion early In tho spring. to assist In sewing. Tho uso of a 10 Peaberry Coffeo $1.00 a rowing machlno for a few weeks 13 lease, No. 3, hand packed Totime to buy; sure to be higher, as prices on the raw INCOME TAX REPORTS. lierborl Huff and Sadlo Loyd, of matoes ro'iucsted by tho committee. Those $3.50 material are soaring skyward. !(.ho Fordsvillo country, wore mar desiring yarn for knitting will call 1 caso BEST Corn .$3.10 Kov. Alvln Loyd ried Wednesday. Tho duty of tho citizen in tho on Mr3. Ira 13 can at headquarters. 1 caso good Corn 2.75 performed tho nuptial ceromony. matter of tho Income tax is very slm-pl- o. 1 case good Peas $2.03 Count up your incomo from all 1 caso, No. .1, Lyo Hominy... .$2.05 NITRATE FOR FARMERS. Stnijod or Stolen Large fomalo ' sources, find tho total and If It 1 case, No. 3, Kraut $2.00 . hull pup, known by tho name of amounts to more than n thousand Tho United States Department of 1 case, No. 3, Pumpkin $2.45 "Brlght-Eyos- ." Finder pleaso return dollars if a slnglo man, or more than Agriculturo has notified County Farm 22 cakes Lenox Soap $1.00 ! Williams' Stable, Hartford, two thousand If n married man, Agent Drowder that it will furnish 1 pound PURE ground pepper, ,40c j to A. then write to tho Collector of Intcr- - for distribution to tho farmers at 7 pounds keg Soda 25c .... j James Caldwell, a farmer of tho'nal Hovcnuo for a form on which to cost $75.50 a ton nltrato for ferWill pay 55c for eggs and .10c for j Goshen neighborhood, lost a flno steer make your report. Income consists tilizer. Tho nltrato will bo handled butter. i Tuesday night. It Is thought the I of salaries, profits on investments, also by Cooper Bros., Beaver Dam; Balmacon models. Men's Ofo Pleaso don't ask us to charge ou I animal vPAU wa3 hurt during tho night by 'growth value on stock, value of cropi Haydcn & McReynolds, Rockport; theso closo prices. $17 other cattle of the herd. raised and etc. If you have bought S. L. King, Hartford, and L. E. Ever-l- y, ILER'S GROCERY. stock to feed for the market deduct Matanzas. Farmers Interested Mr. Darren Wedding, of Dundco, original cost, on the farm, deduct in the uso of this valuable fertilizer A MOVE IN THE to-- -, called to sco us while In town Mon- hired help, but nothing is allowed should consult tho Farm Agent in RIGHT DIRECTION day. Mr. Wedding is thinking some- for rent of land or depreciation of regard to it. Mackinaw Men's thing about moving to town for tho stock. Wife or minor children aro To the Honorable Mayor of Harthalauco of the school term. not considered hired help as laborers A LIZARD STORY. ford: . on tho farm. If your incomo is beThe Woman's Club of Hartford . model. Men's Some of tho schools of the low tho amounts named you are not If a lizard actually cut some wishes to express to you their thanks $15 have been closed indefinitely on required to mako a report to the Col- strange and fancy figures by running for your interest in tho public square account of the bad weather, and the lector. When In doubt on any point up and down and around a telephone of our city and If in any' way it is good Men's attendance on those trying to pull confer with your banker, whq can polo' In the frost coat of Wednesday able to help you it stands pledged to $10 through tins dwindled almost to the give you all Information required. morning, It was indeed an unusual do so. Somo of the Club's older mem' ' vanishing point. occurrence. Wo will not imperil our bers remember when that dquare was If you are looking for good materials at a normal BREAKS JAIL. reputation for truth and veracity by the children's play ground and hope Mr. Byron Foster, a civil engineer vouching for tho story, but herewith to see it again a place of beauty price, our line is sure to please you. We would appreciIn tho employ of tho L. & N. railroad Wiley Krlzzell, u seventeen-year- quote our authority for It. Claude where young and old may pass many ' ate showing you, whether you purchase now or not. company, after spending a few days old boy in Jail hero charged with Blankcnship called up on the phono a pleasant hour. Remember us when you need a SUIT or OVERCOAT, and ;wlth his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ike 'house breaking, broke jail Friday and told us that Hardin Wallace WOMAN'S CLUB OF HARTFORD. . Foster, left Monday afternoon for night and is still at large. A crazy said that Joe Wilson had told him also remember that it pays to make our store your shop, Nnsiiviuc, Tennessee. man was put In Jail in tho afternoon that ho, the said Joe Wilson, had A. C. A. TOBACCO DEAL. ping place through 1918. and the jailer unwilling to risk the witnessed tho unusual phenomenon. ; AssoHay is very scarce and prices are boy in the cell room with the crazy The American high. Tho way to get your sharu of man left tho boy out In the corridor, ciation has effected an arrangement WEIGHT OF THE SXOW. theso good prices is to bow the seed Early in tho night Frlzzell by tho aid with tho Ross Vaughn Tobacco Com- first and wo have tho seed that will of an iron poker picked a holp The scales platform hero Is eight pany, of Owensboro, to handle its to m grow hay. through the brick wall and using bed by fourteen feet, and the snow on the bacco pool in Ohio county, and covers for a ropo swung himself to 30t2 ACTON HKOS. weighs how much? Well, erles will begin hero at the company's ground and departed without guess before wo tell you. Stop and new warehouse, near tho depot, Tues- j tho forwarding , address. , figure It out and seo how close to it day morning. Mrs. V. P. Ligun, after several leaving his M days visit hero with her parents. Dr. In his jour- - 'you can guess. Only tho ordluarv order to hasten A sale of tho tobacco has not been went to Jail- - depth of snow was on the scales. It made, but the Ross Vaught company tho ho rnd Mrs. J. It. Plrtlo, left yesterday ney for Fulton, Ky., where she goes to ers bam and bridled a horse and must bo remembered that sun and will receive and handlo it at a fix- SI3SS Join Mr. Ligon, who Is employed by galloped out of town. It was a bit- - rain had packed It pretty closely. Now ed price, and advance a certain sum ter night and the Jail breaker soon if your guess is mado compare it with of money on it to bo repaid when tho I. C. Railroad Co. decided that walking It slower was these actual figures 1.S43 pounds, it is sold. Tho company agrees to Mr Thomas Iloswell, or Narrows, Co to the store that carries a full moro comfortable, and turned the Guessed too small, didn't you? advance 75 per cent of a value fixed called on us wliilo in town ' and coniploto lino of Furniture for horse loose and proceeded on foot. at u round price, in four grades, of your supplies, where tho best values The horse found its way homo be- - MATCHES KARRED $14, S1G, 1S and $20. About fivo JANUARY 25 IAV fore daylight, and the boy found his Mr. K C Dyers, of near Olaton, can bo had for tho least money. FROM FOREIGN MAILS hundred acres of 'tobacco is in the way to a place of hiding. j ACTON DUOS). Ohio county pool.' Mr. Rousea" Walwas a callor at this ollice ft., H. A ST. Ii. R. R. TD3 TABLE. 30t2 Hartford, Ky. i Postmasters aro directed not to ler has boon solcc'u by the associa- -' Wo. 113 duo at EUmttch 8:32 p.m. BEGGING FOR HELP. (accept for shipment to members of Hon for grader. STo. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. j Expeditionary Forces packages con- - i Herbert Smith and Ininn Bellamy, Commonwealths Attorney C. E. Mo. 113 Lr. Ellmltch 3:40 p.m. of Fordsvillo, wero in town Wo are anxious to give to tho read. talninc matches, clsar JSchtors. or ! NOTICE Wednes Smith, came over from Owenaboio 6:35 p.m. day. Ar. Irvlngton to J. W. All persons indebted Saturday, where he had attended a orsot tins paper an tno local news or, solidified alcohol, Including the pre-- ! G:G8 p.m. Lr, Irvlngton term of circuit court, and went to Interest in every part of tho county, j juration called "Sterno" or canned Ford, Hartford, Ky., cither by note Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. Mr. II. P. Taylor made a business Huwesvillo Monday for the regular Wo cannot print the news unless wo leat. 0r account will please call and settle 8:35 a.m. . Lv. Louisville got It. Now you can help us If you trip to Madlsonvillo tho first of the term of tho Hancock circuit court. u is not deemed safe to admit sanio at onco. Save cost. '. Ar. Irvlngton --.10:08 a. m. m.ttlT Kin... .n.. uuvn .ww. muai. ut jnu l....n .ntA.l.nnn lnes0 articles to malls tor roreign week. Lr. Irvlngton .10:40 a.m. and If there Is a death, a birth, a countries or for United States naval Mr. Horaco Daniel, of Olaton. the DRAFT MEN NOT FOUND. Ar. Ellmltch .... 1:04 p. m. Go to Acton Bros, for your Flour. man who wanted to get on tho ballot flro- - a" accident, a wedding or including marines on shore H. & E. R. R. TIME TABLE. Wo liavo u good supply and prices for constablo badly enough to tako,1"1'"! happening out .of tho ordinary, in other countries. Questionnaires mailed tb the fdl- -' Dound, No. 115 (Bouth aro right lowing 30t2 a contest caso before Judgo Ray nt just call us on tho phone and tell us were returned addresses 9:06 a. m. Hartford Tiio AuiuuuiiTUKAb KUKVKi. marked "uncalled for": Lonnlo Ev- Central City last fall, was in town about it. That wont bo much trou-- j Worth Bound, No. 114 blo to you and will bo n great favor j Mr. Elijah Carter, of Cenlcrtown, Monday. ans. Prentls; Floyd T. Lynch, Olaton; 6.45 p. m. I Duo at Hartford to us and our reiders. It docs noti The Agricultural Survey, under the uufus Randolph, paid us a visit while in town Parndlso; Olllu (Doth "Mixed" Trains.) AH persons indebted to us by note mutter if you never reported no ws .direction of Superintendent Howard Johnson, Hartford; John II. Wright, or account will pleaso call and settlo to a paper before, or do not know tho and County Farm Agent Drowder, Is olaton; Joseph M. Duncan, Rock-edito- rs personallyijust call the Hart- - being rapidly pushed with a view to port; Lonnlo B. Maddox, (col.) Deav- Mr. Leo Mason, of Centertown, was at once. All past due accounts must a caller at this olliqo Wednesday bo paid Immediately or satisfactorily ford Republican office and tell us in completing tho work within tho time er Dam; Ira Bryant, Roslno; Louis your own way what has happened limit, January 19 to 24, Somo delay Evans, Dalzotown; Bcnnlo L. Vinson, Personal News morning. arranged. and wo will write it up. Remember, was occasioned by a shortage of Echols; Eugene Coleman, Beaver OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. you need only tell us the baro facts schedules, hut theso will ho supplied Dam: Roy E. Shults, (col.) Echols. (Incorporated) and Social Events, z John Duvull, of near Deaver Dam, Just Ufco you would tell your neigh- at once and tho work hurried to come 4 woo is in ot tuuercuiosis ot toe ooue, MOSTLY EVANSKH. Teachers and trustees and Is not improving. Mr. Hornlco Neighbors and wife, bor about It and wo will do tjic rest! pletion. ot Jordan, Iowa, aro visiting rela Wo will gratefully appreciate- the fa- the farmers are nil cooperating heartily in tho work. Nathan Evans and Ethel Rvnn. Capt. W. E. Bennett, of Owens- tlves at Narrows and Dundee. Miss vor If you will do this for us. lr. Allie Graham, of Narrows, was , e joung peoplo of the White Run com- -i boro, was a guest of his brother, Mr. Ernlu Iloswell, of Narrows, who has awn Tuesday. DROOD SOWS FOR SALE. inuntty, wero married at the rosl-- 1 THE JAIL UNSAFE. ltauioy Duko, Monday night. been on an extended visit to ,Mr. and Tho government says therw is a denco or the bride today. Rev. Steve Mrs. Neighbors at their Iowa homo, lifts Deatrlco Hayues spoilt Fri- The Ohio county Jail, in its pres- great shortage of hogs. Having Evttn8 wm perform the marriage Dr. Palmer, state evangelist of Al- accompanied them back. iy in Owensboro. ent condition, is not much safer than threo more brood sows than I require, service abama, Is holding a rovlval at tbo a rail pen would bo for the keeping will sell a Podland China, a Poland Beaver Dam Baptist church. Deputy Sheriff Lon Ralph went up Jersey cross and a regGUARDIAN APPOINTED. Miss Myrtle Lashbraok was in ot prisoners. Tho inner cell doors Chlna-Duro- c to Dundee Tuesday and arrested Iwensboro Friday. have rusted off their hinges and tho istered big bone Dlrkshlro, all proli Mr. Guy K. Robertson, late Demthree sous of Virgil Sutton upon a main cago bars aro in many places !" breeders, will weigh 300 and up, Fiancis D. Cooksoy, guardian ot ocratic candidato for County Court writ charging thorn with failure to rusted and broken from the Boor, i""' da8" n everv respect, Price 20c Clydio and Cliffle Cooksey; Lydla B. Good Mixed Feed and Shorts can Clerk, was In town yesterday. support an indigent parent. Tho The Ohio county Jail In Its present h pound. Peyton, guardian of Rolllo D., Na30t2 hull at Acton Bros. men arrested are sons of tho old blind JOHN T. JACKSON, than L., Oliver and Joy M. Peyton; i condition Is a disgrace to the county Mr. Ersie Brown's little nine years nan, a report of whoso neglect and Rockport, Ky. Daughurty, guardian of Harvey 111 of whooplne eescta should bo repaired or burned 29tf Mr. L. P. Bennett, of Route 7, call- - old girl l very suffering appears elsowhcre in theso and Ethuu Evans. down. The Fiscal court should at sad some bowel complleatloBs. to st us WadDMday. columns. The men arrested were UJi FORTUNE FOLLOWS. 4, put under bond to appear before tho once havo put In now coll work and MKBTING CALLED. otherwise keep It In decent order. Addison Howard, deputy Circuit eounty court at the regular February ijlsaulres J. L. Patton, of Ralph, Misfortunes follow fast one upon Even a crasy man confined in it re r o business Friday. court elerk, visited his parents at term. hvM T. It. Moss, State Director ot the another the family of Mr. Will Stevmarked to the writer a few days ago, Rockport Saturday and Sunday. neighbor Food Administration for Kentucky; d place alnt fit to keep a ens, a farmer in the Goshen "this d 'Jdc B. B. Rhoads, of Beaver My im CORN FOR HALE. SH i hood. Several months ago Arch, a will address the citizens ot Hartford was la town Wednesday. Jailer TUhenor is displaying com- proved, home grown, Boons County hog In." son, affected with tuberculosis, went and Ohio eounty at the court house mendable energy in the matter of Whit seed corn is well matured, to Colorado with the hope of climatic Friday, Feb. 1, at 1 o'clock p. m. NO TOBACCO ON MONDAYS. i.Mr. Martin Flener, of Deaver Dam, keeping the county property in order. dry and simply fine, quantity limited j conditions Improving his health, but Mr. Moss is a speaker of ability, and iMNW''BODg' our visitors yesterday. so order early, price f 3 per bushel, U account ot au order issued by roturned Tuesday afternoon and died has u message of importance On Dorry Rial kas sold the Riley farm, shelled or in ear, no charge for crate !i.V United States Fuel Commissioner, Tuesday night. Mr, Stevens at tho , bring to tho people ot the county, Mr, J. H. Dames, the Dcavor Dam on tbo Beaver Dam pike, to Lon or sack, order from this advertiseGarfield, closing all offices aud busi- time was in Texas attending auoth-- , The food situation in this country ikor. wus In Hartford yesterday. Smith, of Bartletts product, for ment and If you are not thoroughly ness houses on Mondays for tbo next er son who is critically 111 of typhoid will grow serious If the war is much pleased with the corn return it and I nine weeks wo will rccelvo no tobac- rover, and still a third son is at homo longer drawn out, and our pooplc .Whooping cough Is reported pre- I pay co on Mondays for the period men- very sick with measles. will refund your money and should miss no opportunity to famll- in the Centra! Grovo communl- Mrs. Ann McDaniol, of near Horro , transportation both ways. JOHN T. with this grave larUo themselves Branch, returnod Frldny from an ex- - JACKSON. Rocknort. Kv. n tioned. NOTARIES PUBLIC QUALIFY. problem before us. S. T. DURNS ft; SON. 4iiH.I,i.l vim- - ihIA af.6 wjin ltnte Aflftttljhtm iujiu-- u imr --.iiiuu ji in ' ne Klne. n llnotyno oncrator Illinois. Upon tbo recommendation ot Hula Clara W. Ellis, McIU-ury- , Miss Lydla Gardner, State organ Straw Wunted. Herald, left Woducs- Pershing commissions have beeu Hartford associa- jlzor for tho Parent-TeachoWo want a number of tens of .Marshull, Deaver Dura; J. T. Smith, ruing for Canton, HI., where, Norval Leach, u farmer living near tlun, addressed an appreciative au baled straw wheat, oat or rye. Will Jr., Fordsvillo; D. B. Rhoads. Beav- - issued to several American citizen to accept a position au lino- - Cromwell, lost his residence with all aionco at College Hall Friday after- - fay market price. er Dam; R. R. Rlloy, Hartford; J. J.jwno navo seen servtco wim lue u- leiator on tho Canton Daily its contents by fire early Friday noon. Miss Gardner is a former Hoslc, Rockport. ami Lman S. Tay- - layette Kseaunno oi tuc rreucu ar-- S. Ass'n., American Bioriilng. my. lor, Beaver Dam. teacher lu the public schools, aud L. KING, Mgr. nn Suits ard Overcoats $A U CI Q PIO rs j i 3-S-c Men's Overcoats, French models, $12.50, $15 to Men's Overcoats, regular CTA models, $10 to Overcoats. to $12.50, Boys' Overcoats. $5, $7 Coats. $5. to $6.50 Suits, belted Mlv CIA $ 3v C7 CA to to Suits, staple styles Mv COA $v COA I -- I J dellv-platfor- imb.uW-1J- s J. I tmiMmLLgmimzEn I lartford Republican. ' , , . Ill I ' ......... ' ai I i - v , rs n iS ? irwr Hi I' i - XIWWIItWWW'WH m OR. LYMAN ABBOTT HOW THIS WAB CABINET FLAN UP FOR DISCUSSION WILSON OPPOSES Sr.NATIC Mll.l- TAUY CO.MMITTKIC'H KICCOM- MKNDATIONS. 82, GOATIiKSS, 1IALE AND ACTIVE WINTKi: Nmyg Mm Sin-eerily HKAVKS KICKS M,.ST, MCAta'K OK WELL Told by Hcrcelf. Her Should Convince Others. 111. NATIONS. Now York, Jan. 12. Yu may find Dr. Lyman Abbott, editor of Uic Outlook, on lii-- j veranda r on bis wounds fe fe 1 m elf u. r hi it !i jfc Ik r n: Hud-po- n Il s fitft la tic hcaru cf it Ky. countrymen. days hntless and coat-lothese cold giving instructions to bis care-fakHighway The fact that and handyman. Design. he has- Just cciobratcd his eighty-secon- d his birth is hardanniversary of lift,'' "i'.-4S'J- ' ly bollevablo when ono sees the rugsloovcs bravine ged old man In shirt Vegetable Compound had dono for ill 'KySv'jU tho winter blasts as it it woro early others, I tried it "I he Towljlin is rncT, Bprins. and was cured. I xitl and rttlful The editor's health is phenomenal Kim I'til localuin oi P am no longer nerAvrnue. IMIi a I II otrecM, mentally. vous, am regular, and ho is keen and alert it n iltt.talV 'ici ' ,ju. UEAVKlt DAM, KY. and in excellent , let for li.' Dr. Abbott Unwrapped up in tho f., lonrt't Compound will I'j'lin, i uiiviuliur.s, .hC(.ll anil war, and discussion of any topic ho health. I beliovo tho "Sirs. ALICE tivities. . mllrfei. euro any female trouble. Office Jamca Tajrlor'a Llrery Ban. to Secretary Mr. Wilson wont may dilate on soon works around to Heller, Christopher, I1L The I'jwl.aian aitractt the anil An rro!e '( culture Stair, ttlucati .n. Nervousness is often a symptom of Baker's otneo for a conference after its bearing on tho world conflict. War to UcMr:mtntv ilio lo man? attempt was recently mado to get his weakness or somo functional derange Senator Hitchcock, of Nebraska, for jiointi il httoiical itilfrcil. ment, which mny be overcome by this the Scnato committee, had delivered views on Congress action on prohiinlet tfn Intel opteially ! remedy, Lydia famous root and herb itsctnc to a diiciinmialintf Vegetable Compound, as a copy of tho War Cabinet Dill to bition. E. Pinkham's The Powbjtan o.tera rcomi rZ'J "I am opposed to agitating any na- thousands of women nave iounu uy Mr. Daker, and earnestly urged its LJf. :N. with !euchil tath at J1.5J. approval by the Administration. It tional Issue which. might divert tho experience. Si.OO nj rp .'oom with complications exist, wrjte Lydia E. If bath, !SC. SJ.tt) tnj up. thoughts of our pcoplo from tho all Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for was understood that Mr. Hitchcock t.ama.ftml. All r.l It.t ldA all. tt Write for louteljt r;ith rojp, question of winning the suggestions in regard to your nilment. was encouraged by the Secretary to important THAT PA..I t our ;:. LV.vn, Tho result of iu Ions experience is hope that tho Administration ultiM CLirt'orn war," he said. "If I thought national o.n.1 innN, poutu r unu rr rftCC rnift t i'rc your service. on .nubility, n ytrV itmU-- cull- mately may acquiesce in the general prohibition would win the war, I at PAfttllNA rpprtrfapr. lr...fK.n.i.. plan. tin fronuMo Cut. uu H. t., should be in favor of it. But I do not i Mr rr. Sovonth Strne-t-, Salaried of $12,000. thlak national prohibition can be car- CARLOADS OK SNOW IMinOTON. D. C. FROM WINDY CITY efAs it is to be introduced Monday ried through in time to have any In tho Senate by Chairman Chamber-- ' fort on the war." Princeton, Ky 4n. 21. Hun- lain, the measure provides for tho War Teaches WNo 8iendlnR. thought we arc on tho dreds of carloads of snow have been establishment of a War Cabinet, tint Asked if he THE J Rati Cough? IVerl.h? GrlppyV verge of a great spiritual awakening, brought through hero via tho Illi- name having been substituted nt tho SEWING You need Dr. King's New Discovery nois Central Railway from the snow-rlddo- n eleventh hour for "War Council" Dr. Abbott said: MACH.NI s'top that cold, the soothing bal-- ; city of Chicago. Tlireo buu- - of three men, distinguished In bus-i-- , to "Ucecber onco declared that no OF tho irritated . sam ingredients heal ! WILL YOU man can look over the horizon bv dred cars of tho snow have been un ncss, executive, administration an-- i membranes, soothe the sore throat, QUALITY. i TAKE standing on tiptoe. Already there ! loaded at Cedar Muff, this county, nubile affairs and not members of tho antiseptic qualities kill the germ has been a deepening of spiritual life . The railroad company adopted this tho President's Cabinet. It specific-- 1 ind your cold is nulckly relieved. Dr j as a result of tho war. We are sc- - method of disposing of the snow at ally states that the Secretaries of King's New Discovery has for 4S NOT H H HH HHM AvVit'J' !QB SOLD ing more clearly than ever before j Chicago In order to clear Its tenni-thi- it War nnd Navy fchall not bo years been the standard remedy for center. members. The War Cabinet mem- coughs UN,DER A Trealr.cnl Riicees consists.iiot In accumukt- - nals at that and colds in thousands ot ANY ) tioa of money. Wo are now begin- Whenever this snow melts at this bers would receive salnrios of 1J.- -' homes, (let a bottle havf-and for WEAK ning to measure men by what they place It will furnish a large water 000 a year, the same as those of th. it handy In your medicine chest for OTHER NAME. LUNGS or sunpl for a huge reservoir which President's Cabinet, but would rank coughs, colds, croup, grippe do with what they have. and all "We are seeing morn clearly than the I. C. has constructed near this ;,.... Q tho Kxccutivu Cabinet in bronchial uflecllons. At your drug- COIISUMPTIOK WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. over before the spiritual values In do- - point. power of control of war policies. The itit, 50c. r Ifynii pnr.li.no the Ni:W 1IOM1:.mu will mocracy; that good Government fan measure alto appropriates J300.000. have a Ilfonw.i-- nt Uic prlooyotipiiy.auit will A oulck relief for thai llrcil. run Joivn frellos Sill 'I'ISll KICVi:it" KILLS j r wlnrt flln Wnr Cnliini.t 111 ll ttlirK never take the place of not li.n c nn c mlli'i rlmlii of rcjaln. couchi, paint In chril. nicliI tcjlt. urmoi AllMY IIOltSKS AXI) Ml'LKSi nient; that democracy may not give Cliairmaii Chamberlain plans ini rhicr.. mtoV tunc or.cpniumrllun. I' '' FOR FLETCHER'S C Ml blip you it colli yon oothlst. press the hill and also that for :i hs as comfortable conditions as some Quality "ShlppliiK 20 Washington. Jan. Loci' Oo 016 government, but nothCO. other forms of .., illHI I... n.iiiinllnn.lnn. f.AI iD'reclor of .Munitions next week in I OHIO MEDICAL .A COLllMrtll o t Considered I Jt r. lJlllJllC.lll.il, IW. ing does t.0 much for the education ieVVT prcvcntUo ha it ii die and development of real manhood as 'whifh nt) satisfactory -S- TTTT-r:--' a social order and sociJ! spirit which Ii been found, !ihn caused the los of Cheapest nnny forces every man to be responsible 477" hoes tun! mulen in tho t j PiT5V? b die end for his own individuality and desti remount service Aw iinnouncenu-n5 rr, a i Friday said the los.t amounted to If UsX.lc.te.Aj ny. lo buy. Slops have been taken to .. msirwr.ciJv . i...' "Wo are experiencing, as never be- - $8".."i.97.". Mr. A'nrion Holcoirb, of Nancy, ICy., says: "For quite m If you vmlaM'wIii!; nucliliK, wrllo for re luce as tar i'.i possible Joss from In the fore, the value of id a IongwliiL I suffered whli stomach trouble. Iv.oiihl our l.MCHt cutulopH! bt fru ) iiu iitirt'lut'v. ' money which wc arc paying out, not the tilseabf, a form of influenza. Slnre hove pains and a Iicavy fccli.ifj nftrr my munis, a must Mi New Home Sev.inn Hzch'ns Co., Orange, Mss, ' the t'nlted States PiUeretl the war ar- diSuD.wvuLio taste in n'y mouth. If i ate artytlii. onlv !i tlio taxes and Joan to the wiili i my "orses nm "uies ,mvL "'"e-butter, oil or urease, I yould cpit it up. I becan to havo I.SMvtimr'i.'. but iu cntrlbutions to i regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but and l0 I from Cfi,ll5 to U44,oyo. the Y. M. C A., the Ren f rttafter a course of these, I would be constipated. It just " suffering millions abroad; la the '. S. PiCftMITS HICKMAN seemed to tear my stomach al! up. I found they were NAMKSJ giving by joUilg hiiii of their lives, j TlV.N'kS 'rt1 VJI.W no good at all for my trouble. I heard 'not onlv for their own country, but for other countries and other peoples, THSDS Washington, Jan. 20. For bust-- j and what is tho most sacred of all nc.--s as well as patriotic rcasoin. 5 i the giving of sons, husbands and many national banks bearing th-j brothers by mothers, w Ives and ols- - word "German" In their titles have, tors, for tho service of humanity, piulv v 97 ILLUSTRATIONS '?u jeeently applied to the comptroller of j tiT- tWi fr.WM zvi fix. 4i itS lfr-4- jii tin iy rfcJ KNSiil tfi k" ra L.rj i i7r..". T.Jz ii'J i1 300 ARTICLES-3- 00 which Is the service of God. I to Informed of tho WorM a ProRrcs for permission Currency IfFJ.P tho B invuiuun. rt'i "It is hardly possible that there change their names. Their leuuests BSE' ES V3 m Dd &? X1'2 tS fiSr S3 W H FathirandSonnnd All the Taniily. It rypca! bhouhl not grow out of this lite a Mrn and Wornca to allclavM UM nw! granted. Moit of the inatl-- j will bo it iii' fHTorun iiniin iaiuouMnuuiu further and greater expression ot Our tvn If vmM t limns bout thtt orM reconur.eiuled very highly, so beptan to use it. It cured ' on tUtuh tutlnus known as "The German .m- 'spiritual life. aJ It ti for thUc nor kc.l lmun.-time. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the bebt of ." want their tlonul Hani: So VrittonNnlus You Cnn Unelorstantl It See League of XtitlmiH. Naliver medicine made. I do not iiave sick headache or now name to bo "The American The Whop DtoArtmcnt (CO 1'tut.M ' it: wuju for biicp Work an-GUARANTEED BKU' I'ICK I luyman i I tut tliliiki itmuoil tliu lluniu, fur lm "I do not think any of us in this tional Hank of acts on stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht ." t itu country understand tho htato of mind Imiltur MtfChanit (1? lViTCi) for IliO Il0 KD Ono hundred uor cent it to do its important work of the jaded liver and helps . c. IdlrUmhollkutoiiuLnthlnk''t'lUlinntninnki'Wtri Ki Thero tiro WAS VKTLM OK throwing out waste materials a.nd poisons from the sysof the German people. ralue. Special work for W. ,.. I...... I'lhUii.ii t lll'llllliri t i. I'.tr lnln ltl JIH"S UITW'I . tf trurtioiiiifirltioM(.H.Uuak4'auiiH.'rHJtlMittftjatti. more indications of tllsbatlsfactitiu O. W. tem. Thij medicine should be in every household for yri:Ki: .utidhxtj COPIES, 13t falNCLC S1.S0 PtJl YCAR use in time of need. Oct a package today. If you feel with tho German Government than W. F. STEVENS, Sample cepv wll im rnt oil qut Yttetor-da- y sluggish, take a dose tonight. You vill feel fresii toseem to mo to be recognized by some Hartford, Ky. R. P. D. 7. fMAGAZINC lli.ruu Cnvo, Ky.. Jan. SI. POPULAR MECHANICS ChlCACO r. MA.hi(htin &Mnua. morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. of my friends, whote means of knowRepresenting Continental aftornoon Georo Urown. u farm- - j jMsagJasMigiarurfcaMitf ing about Germany nre much better cr living about two and a half miles Harblo & Granite Co. ONE CENT A DCSE 73) than mine. lllllM Cave, on tho I,.' &. N j north ot Horse a 1 ims-- a "I lmliovo there will be no prospect railroad, discovered that Ids hurd ojj r:ixr;s7rrn.-nr.-T;a(tu7T3vs.have no desiro j tth) had Eotti'li out ml tlio railioad of leal peace, and I ... , tit for peace, until tno nuiitaiy power m and he Mailed afti'r thoiu when jr. URE and the German Government has been northbound I.. & X. passenger train completely and finally ovei thrown. No. 0 came along and ran Into Iho The only basis of pcaco hhould bo tho herd, killing six. One ot them WITH recognition by every nation of the struck Mr. Hiown and knocked him rights of every other nation, and tho down an embankment, injuring him, m a--t aaw respect of every peoplu for tho rights but not seiloubly. .and desires for welfare of every other people. "I'OKKIiKHH KATUHDAY" KIMS I'KOMl'I.G.VrKI) IN IMiINOIf "I hope and expect that tho result AND AIL THROAT AN3 Lll'JO TnO'.l iS.J g of tho war will be u hotter r atTAEAKOniED S ATiSFAC'i'OIii 1 in all countries of what tho Chicago. 111., Jan. ::. 'ine urn i ou uozrnr AND T1IK MKMPIHB WIXKLY 'atrsxvuiTixrssMavii spirit of democracy is, and, growing of ham, bacon, sausago, plB fee', cut of that, a league of nations." lard.pork or any derivatives are for3.v Sf yon to I PIn Ufawn tmmfwrrcd bidden to all hotels and restaurnntn Commercial-Appe- al you t know msssi&sm in the State ot Illinois tomorrow and In buslncaa aaf ladm Krly llatchotl L'hlckcus whttliocw ijv. In Intention tin atOnrA. thereatter, in an ofThe early hatchcil chicken Is not every Saturday tf BOTH ONB TKAR FOR Rm4 On out of tba rati gtt ou tb lilac .Vl M only the chicken that lays the wln- - ficial announcement made Friday by !fes egg. hut it is lha chicken bent Food Administrator H. A. Wheeler. RocuncDNDorFCND!cp..f.-errvuble to withstand disease and para- - This is in nddltlou to the meatless Lholo.Iurtfitli'aHi ".""".. 7 Uo Irra Able,iilA. lo oUaitt Intuit Uo strictly enforcKltCK. Tuesday pnd will b I milMTn nniifTl IM lai T. Aa bmI iatarrttliig and oMtal miwiIm, aal It Is in the midsummer ninuths tltat ed, it was announced. I Kvorjr aioath UMMareitinoiMir's worth. . chickens are hurt mokl by lice. The nnd lnfriiwnut rait'ct btlK'.vt!. ArticUa 900 Pictum-- MO KOTICK. Ml Uf 11HU. WH.IH lute hatched chicken has not had an t Mir Uemta, All tb nur IiIom tod l. bUi Oimt, r Viilol tlftUt I'.Unt ( n. tMLI arraMMmeMto. we are eaablcd to furalah tbea two btTtnttoDi la olBctrlcltr ana wlrelesi. In WABWNaTON, D. C. time to become laifio or strong utBoiii ana acropunfi, in aaavwata ano 1 will be in papers t thin low rata for United time. i; After October 1, 1017, vnough to resist lice attacks, but tho la iaiBiaf, aua id luciiuxrr. Urge and one of the rety best p bt The Commercial-Appel)r. A. 11. lUIey from 1:00 Hmrteatatiotluamatbonia. Muntmrr narly hatched chicken by wldsumnur the oJloe BMttUi, locluiliric relrlKeratoi. potmrr ttautct, say ofBco sera nublisbed la Ue South. Cah must In aU cabes accompaux rumnura, auioaotint wop rcpaua, au. has become strong and lutidy I'nough p. ra. to 4:00 p. m., and ia Zjv oath order. 'Xhte rat Is applicable to reaenaU and aew aubscrib. lUxavIni Idt u. over WUlUuns DruK Store from 0M)(l It II roll of to do eo. And becauso tho oarly detwriMalaal4iaatUfifraMaBl baya. era alike iIib early hatched bird a. m to 12:00 noon. velopment of IS CeaU a Copy $1.50 Year DR. E. H. PENDLETON. Oat It from a rwiralw r writa'abw o tho oxtronuily hut 14tf has prt'Ci-deGOOD fapular Scwoc Uootalr wrautia Ara-N- .l, iminths. it Is uioroapt to Uvu through hi4, V9W TniifiiaraiiMBiXi Tho K'ilrral Trad f'ommlm'Jon SEND YOUR ORDER TO the KuniinfT. prunied to throe American umw Vati Rnnrv Onck to nianutacture and 1.0II tv.M Dnmglt&u 'SVlnlair, tlio tii4intriL r hut iiin.in.i..tiii.il.tI1A Viil lii'ictofoio Uhm hwi drur which Ceil oa The KeyMloMi for FLm cn bUua It at volley or hi; v.it. Wrt. o tiJ V allons under FOR FLETCHER'S controlled by tntin DiUlIUHIMCW rlUlTMAt, HVtfXl CHLLKbK otrrieUat ' ky. American patents. ss er cou-flilen- at his lionio nt Cornwall on tho - "For fonr years I Christopher, su!fcrd from irregularities, weakness. nervousness, unu was in n run down IIIIIIIIII1II1IHII1IIIIII1I condition.' Two or our best doctors failed to do mo any good. I heard so much nbout what LydiaE.Pinkham'a Wnshinginn, Jan. IS. President Wilson and Secretary llalcor beg."' studying the Senate Military Committee's proposed legislation to establish a War Cabinet of three mm to assist the President in controlling general direction of the war and to create & Director of Munitions. With but preliminary discussion of tho War Cabinet proposal with Secretary Dakcr, the President, whllo withholding final judgmont, was represented as not being favorably disposed to tho plan, because of tho belief that it might embarrass his personal direction of war acto-da- y the Senate, hut may hold urging tho former mrMiir until the nttltudo of tho President Is learned nnd it can bo determined whothcr ameudmculs to reconcile possible differences mid tho tho Administration i oninilltro are neuvsnry. Di'.Unllo Slnloim'tit A definite statement of tho Prosl-- j ltnt's tiuws to expected within a few members, j days. Senate committee limnoirats and Republican alike, j upon adoption of Insistent nro tho Ronornl War Cabinet phvi. Tboy declare they will proceed wltk tho legislation oven If Administration approval is withheld, nnd exprejs nf its adoption by lha Son-at- e nnd probably tho Ilonre, despite opposition by tho President. Tho committoc'a decision not to day that tho name "cablnot" was for substituted by tho committee "council" in order to "get away from tho idea of councils, of purely advisory bodies which havo not It also worked well In tho past." vaa explained that the bill does not precludo appointment to tho War Cabinet of mcbers of tho Kxecu-tlv- o Cabinet, but that ono man could not servo in both capacities. Tho committee's decision not at havo the Secretaries of War and Navy members of tho War Cabinet also was explained as in lino with tho desire to further centralize war policies and duties in a smaller body. However, some eommlflce that members hollered it porslble Congress might amend the bill to permit tho Secretaries of War and Navy to bo member, particularly If the Administration desires It. V J. K; IJ HA m?j: VMUUi&rr r l', u woo .' r.-YTFlJ. f. XroJTeausl one. Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HAUTI'OItU, KY. Will praetlco his profession In Ct'-f- t fttid adjoining count ins. CommorcltJ and Criminal PiactJco n. SifKialty. . ' !wrtI. msct$, i city lfrrrisasSSsi.- UlLLOFAMOM lot. bound, the Powluun UeiCs.Vit In xhft cord liettli Q.ETAYLOR.CE Beaver Dam, and Drainage "' 1 I DR. 0. E. HART VETERINARY SURGEON I i iv at e nub-li- itsh, io pri-4- tt fl lesmiAr lt aaaA - M i. ..: tt . oOS ' ' NEW m ZS jBr. OUR io Miow-htrick- to-da- y niimr Sm2&)k llvlflb I GERMINAL REMEDY I FOR ONE MONTH self-gover- n- i ' Children Cry !' j , CASTOR' A iir..v. I i llseraHsssssEQis j STOMACH i ''v. I mWMMmA QRD'S kt tF-T!- ' - SJ. &$MJteMtMT 9B.8gS.ffi r- -t r-- POPIM'MECHANICS MAGAZINE k3ta MjarafflfiaffiEWiaSM a ? tnluln-Itortlrj- l ' I I ' i . li$!33SEE32&23a MSSQnHgg'Kil I ' '-W- v ItlU. ! Cash Bargain Offer ! The Hartford Republican Get on the Briiuf Line the E.y: IVM Dr. Kiss's Hera Bisesvs t raC8!B8 undcr-staadln- ixsi-UiirsTv- -- wm M tr $1.25 al Popular Science nontniy " ir J..ALaf 1 uencjr-makuij- m i&m t'rj Children Cry THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Flos j CASXORIA .4 $M$SM$S$$$S A. T. BERT MAY HEAD NATIONAL COMMITTEE MOTM tPRHAB IN AUSTRLt-HUNCABY ii i.nucaBamtmmmmmmmmmm Ladies Coect Hi: Suits Htib Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. , j a nitttttttttttnaMi1 i : J Wagoasl Wagons! Wagons! Buforo you buy you should examine our hand mailu farm vngons. They run lighter, are made of the very beat material and last far longer than any machine made wagon you can buy no matter $vhat price you pay. We also do all kinds of Blacksmithing and Re- pairing, eapoemlly the hard jobs the oilier ieuow can't do. Wo also make a. specialty of Hoiseshoeing and earnestly soligit your patronage in this line. t I 4 liespectfully yours, A. B. Row 6c Son Centertown, Ky. e j Thirty-fiv- years experience in the shop. vxz t HKHK IS A GOOU I'IjACK TO STOP KOK LITTLE MONEY Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th The Only Hotel In IouIst1I1 0crated on the & 7th M American and Kuropean Plana. N.AN (With Meats) AMKIUCAN KouniN without Until but wltli Hot and Cold Running Water. single, $2.00 per day; 2 people, $2.00 each 76 Ilooms siiiKle, 2. 50 per day; 2 people, 2.25 each 50 Hooins 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.60 each 60 Front KoomH.sirifile, Ilooms with I'rivnlo liutli: single, 3 00 per dny; 2 people, 2.75 each 60 Rooms single, 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each 60 Rooms KUROPKAX PLAN (Without Meals) Kooiua without Ituth hut tvltli Hot and Cold Running Water. single, $1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.75 each 76 Rooms single, 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each 60 Rooms 60 Front Rooms. single, 1.S0 per day; 2 people, 1.26 each Rooms with Privato Hatli: slnglo, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.26 each 60 Rooms single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.60 each 60 Rooms THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. European Plan Only. Roobis Without Bath, $1.00 and up; Rooms With Private Bath, f 1.80 and up Best Eating Place la Town. The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located In the wholesale walk to the retail district and theaters. district and only a LOUI8V1LLK HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. & A safe, eld Mothers Cl'RSKl), THHRATKNKD AND TIPPED, JUDGE DELIVERS Orange, N. J., Jan. 19, Judso N'ott, of Hast Orange, volunteered as a coal wagon driver to get coal to tho homes of tho needy, A niotonnun of a street cur threatened to whip tho judge, whon his horse balked on tho car track, stalling tralllc. Ho will appear before the Judgo lator. A woman gave the Judgo a ten-cetip ami admonished him not to get Intoxicated with tho money. Another woman threatened to have him dismissed unless ho carried tho c6ul to tho scond floor. The magistrate obeyed and dumped It In tho mhhllo of tho parlor floor. ' 4 mllltary-sorvk-e flag of tho The I.ighthoubo Service, Department o( CoiuViorce, contains 1,206 stars, one for each ottlcor and employee of the Lighthouse Service now serving in tho military forces of tho (Jnlti'd nt Vefmiiuge For the Children fukioaed reaedy for wmi, Smaty.fiv yean coalaii. mm at it lh beit Uatimoniii FREY'S VERMIFUGE efttyou. ta I SB I I ) fjvQ AunhTi M. UiU at aaqal MMti f.rwr aukr a I mh4 rm. iMi J urn mi 25c fa hMMialwlMj rwM- E. A S. FREY, BAlTIM8lt.M. I m Stub. ffM n,T- -r jlgT ,?Vrt jW iAVu InHBBBivSsS In the politWith the ascendency la Germany, (hero ical are serious strikes In Austria. Moro than 100,000 workmen havo KKNTUOXT MAN MAY SUCCEED quit work in tho vicinity of Vienna WDiLCOX ACCEPTABLE TO ns a protest against Germanism and a. O. P. IJCADERH. In favor of pcaco. Tho Vienna correspondent of ono " Gorman nowspapor says tho Austrian of Chairman strilio movonicnt domands a speedy Tho annolEtmont William R. Wlllcox, or th"o Repub- pcaco with Russia and has grown too on tho strong "to be stemmed by force." lican National Committee, haa Wago Commission, Railroad brought forward tho namo of Col. London, Jan. 21. Tho strike Alvln T. Hcrt, of Louisville, as hlu movement Is spreading throughout nijh In Mealj of home? life nnd dvle tlfc. Iivtth In the amount of reading It brines to all ages. Tlie Most for nil linnds. The Beit from all sources. succossor at tho hoad of tho com- Austria-Hungarand it Is associated mittee. Mr. Wlllcox, upon accept- with a dematid for Inimodlato peace, 12 Great Serials or Group Stories for 1918 then 250 Snorter Stories. ing the Federal offico, Immediately according to dispatches recolvcd in Rare articles by noted authorities. "The best Editorial Page in the country." Current Rvcnts, Nature and Science, Family Page, Boys' Col. rcslcDcd his chairmanship. London from Swlas and Dutch Page, Girls' 1'age, Children's Page, Doctor's Corner, Things to Make, Money Ilort, who is tho Kentucky member' sources. A general strike was de to Save, Gomes and Sports to Day, Companion Receipts. 52 issues, $2.00. of tho Republican National Commit- clared at Budapest on Friday, when tee, Is at present In the East. tho ontlro transport system camo to RoDortn reelvcd hero from East-- i a 8tatidslill, whilo from all parts of . America's Fashion Authority for millions ofwomen. What to wtar how , .nnlro .trluC3 anA demon cm sources ycsinruny won; mat v,u.. to make it how to cave. U splendid numbers full of Fashions and more Ucrt Is favored by a number of Ro- -' strntions arc reported. suggestions. 70 cents per year. publican leaders far tho highest, T10 fo0(1 stuati0n and tho question j issues of everything that will delight all party olllce. Ho waa Western tnnn-'o- f ages, the Best Stories, the Latest Styles, peaco W(jro tho S(jlo suuuct3 uls.. ager during tho Hughes campaign, LcllMcd at tho sIttlnB of Ul0 budBct Send $2.25 to thc publishers of the paper in which this Offer appears and get with hoadquartera at Chicago, ami cornmlttco of tho Austrian chamber ALL FOR 1. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION for 52 weeks. J his work there is credited largely on Frluny Thc societies, according, (Tills Offer to mu Youth's Companton subicrlbcn onljr ) ... i..-,The Companion Home Calendar for 1918. 2. ucUa3 $2-2- 5 wiiu me uciH.mic.wi l)l0 (lspatchc3,descrlbcd the sltua 3. McCALL'S MAGAZINE every month fori year. dlann, Illinois and Minnesota. Ho ls;Uon as cxtremeiy serious, and do BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS TOT VOtrra'S COMTANION, peraona giata wiiu mo iingnca c,ar0(1 Uiat neaco could not bo post forces, nnd he 13 particularly fa poned. vored by tho Roosevelt forces. Whilo All kinds of high class Job Count von Toggcnburg.tho Minister We Knock the Spots Out of Thin;8 In the Kast, Col. Ilort had a con- of the Interior, told tho deputies that done at THE REPUBLICAN ference with with the former Presi- Count Czcrnln, tho Austrian Foreign dent at tho latter's request. Minister, and Leon Trotzky, tho RusRoosevelt Men Busy. sian Foreign Minister, exhibited many Already the factions in tho Re- similarities, which fact, ho added, a guaranteo that tho negotiaFrench Dry Cleaned and Pressed 1 8 publican party'aro bending their enk would go Superior Manner. ergies toward securing a candidate tions at El E.EAR, THROA T, NOSE for thc presidency in 1020, and tho well. Suuu us your Garments and .1TS And Fitting of Glasses Tho Socialist party of Austria has Immense personal following of Cou Them - pushed a declaration starting that the Roosevelt has boon laying ground0WENSB0R0. KY. VoSUll,0 tho Whito House. Tho workmen will only calm down when wires toward CLEANED CUiAN undercurrent of gossip in the party thc government can undertake that Packages called for and uellver4, th'j effect that, whether tho war It will not allow tho negotiations at is to k to break down on the la ended or not, Roosevelt Is the logTHE ELTE PRESSING CLUI ical candidate, and it U known that territorial question, and that the syshis frionds are quiotly organlilng to tem of food distribution will be reA. Iva Nali, Prop, that end. It is also known that Col. organized. Ilert doM not look askance at tho HARTFOflb, KENTtJOK. ' propaganda, and that b and Col. $100 Reward, $100 Roosevelt br.vc been engaged in a The leaders ot this paper will, tie for pleased to loam that there Is at least , ttcCALL PATTERNS ery intimate, correspondence , fit. stmnllcltraft for stvle. disease that has V-VEsonic time. During tho Hughes cam- one dreaded cure In all It? science nnd . Celebrntcd nearly 40 nerfect Sold In ncarl) reliability stages been able to every city and town in the United States anf paign C01. Roosevelt found tho that Is .catarrh. Catarrh bslns Krcatlj1 Canadi, or by mail direct. More told thai cosditidhs Influenced by constitutional a man after his own heart, rcqulrc3 constitutional treatment. Hall's any otter make. Sen4 for tree catalogue y and forcibly as ho does everything Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and McCALL'S MAGAZINE any other fashiov, More subscribers than the Blood a mcntlu Invaluable. Lat demonstrated his fondness for Col. acts thru the SyMtm on the Mucous Surrnagizine million thrreby destroying face.! of est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, tho foundation the dlseare. Giving the Ilort. When thu former President patient strengthofby bulldln.i up tho conplain sewing, faney ncedlewoik, liairdressfng, etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only CO cents visited Loulsvillo to speak In tho stitution nnd assisting nature In doing its yeir (north double), incljdinrr a tree pattenv h&vo do much Subscribe today, or send for (ample copy. campaign, ho was tho guest of the work. In Tho proprietors powcra of Hall's tho cnratlvo faith clapping Catarrh Medicine that they offer Ono I yONDEBFUL INDUCEMENTS committeeman, national for any case that It falls I to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue him Hundred Dollarsfor list of testimonials. and new cash prize oilers. Address him on thc shoulder, calling to cure. Sfnd Address F. J. CHKNHT & "My dear and saying that Ohio. Sold by all nrucclst, CO.. Toledo, tW McCAIX CO. 2tt 10 J13 W. 170) st wnnew '5c. to bo his guest he was PeeJ right nil tlio time. Don't lay oft from work for days by taking calomel In Kentucky. That Col. Rooscvolt sffisaassjar. when pleasant Liv- - Vtr-La- x keeps yosr would favor a move to place his IGB.W CItOWDER ISSUES on your feet, whiles relieving your troubNEW DRAFT ORDEH friond at tho head of the Republican le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don National Committee is the word In take anything else. You can't afford Washington, Jan. 21. Governit. Eliminates poisonSj cleanses By thc Cast. tern and relieves constipation. A natment appeal agents have been inNot a Candidate. ural remedy, natural in its actions, tarn structed to appeal all cases where loFifty-fiv- e There is ono main obstacle to Col. in its effect and certain in results. It typewriters. Lescal draft boards havo granted deferrwiB won't be long before Herf's selection, and that is the sons explained by Moving Piccompletely displace calomel m evert to either Class 2 or DeColonel himself. He is the leader of ed classifications ture machine. Seven bis home.) Children can take" it freely an! K on account of marriage since the his party in tho State and Is given partments Shorthand, Book with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar(May 13, law was enacted anteed. nBOe and $1 in bottles. None tho lion's share of credit for tho draft keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, genuine without the likeness and sign '' Republican victory In Louisville laaC 1017. Music, Primary Normal. Exturo of L. K. Griftsby. For Bale by Provost Marshal Genorul Crowder, Novcmbor. Also he Is the inspirapert teachers. Modern equipffiy. in a telegram to Governors of StatcD, Hartror ii. wiLUAMa, tion of tho organizing now going on Position assured. ment. said this step should be taken to among Kentucky Republicans to Write for catalogue. uniformity to review classificacapture the senatorship this fall and tho governorship in the following tion by local boards. Daviess Co. Bus, year. Ho Is grooming Judge Stop Left Over Coughs. Moss, of Dowling Green, as Inrornratod Dr. Bell's Will' the senatorial candidate against W!Xi E.). KIT. Used Years stop that hacking cough that Unpn OUIe James and E. P. Morrow, of iv M.n Somerset, to lJo the gubernatorial from January. The "' T2 nomlnco of the parly In 1919. But balsams loosen the i les.i,- f M ho Is not grooming A. T. Hert for the Irritated membrant- tl ts i;l c j any ofllco, telling all his friends that luo relieves the tender 'it . yotl Pita) Went i Relives Piles ho is well content to remain in breathe easier and coup. .? ccii-Don'- t neglect a lingering c.iur i. :,o matter bow stubborn the Loulsvillo, attending to his many Dr. BeM'.-- ! l'.in.-Taraffairs of business and patriotism, is dangerous. case may be Petro-Ment- a will and will not accopt any public ofllco Honey Is antiseptic and pleasant to bring relief. A trial will convince whataver. His friends hore consider take, benefits young and old, get it you. For sale by Ohio County Formula on Drug Co. Price 25c. it probable that Col. Hert wlil take at your druggist The Woman's Tonic 2 samo attltudo toward the exact- bottle. 15c. the ing office of chairman of the Republican National Committee and flatly Sold Everywhere Hi refuse to be considered for the place. If ho does not do this, however, hia election, It is said, is on the ways. In Strategic Position. Col. Hert's geographical location CR tfeX It Si makes him a favored candidate. By 1920 the issues will havo left the old z ,'2-L UuU ri schisms of tariff and currency far behind and will turn on thc war or borne of its phases. Tho Republicans, X having lost the West to Wilson In ' 'j, vftd v;c?n "vervthinjr tle WW. 1916, will turn their attention to X i'trjit. aiw end Jttnal proselyting in tho West nnd South. "' .s nrs the &!!vcmv it iV") 'ft i !j CoL Hcrt lives in tho South and manjuc te.i.i'.sil. P KJOW-raged the campaign in tho West;henco MVEKAND "TRO WBLS tVO! ho la in a strategic position to bo na-u Vt rti. icinc ev;r CilS tional chairman. If ho could carry . i ccontrr. Kcntuky, Missouri and Northc Caro, "fctiavaTtutts1 . lina all Bhuky, politically for tho Republican nomlnco, the feat would eloct him, provided tho Hast, and Middle West did not desert their 19 10 moorings. Col. Hcrt knows better than any Republican lu national pol" rFA - -- if rtr tm nt itics how the gumo is played in these all parts; also he knows the sentiment In Kentucky and other Southern FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE State on the conduct of the war by Ok Duaolvcd in vater for douche (top pelvic catarrh, ulceration asil inflast the Administration. mation. Rccomir.cndcti Ly Lyd! E. HARTFORD. KENTUCKY For these reasoiib tho reports from Pickbam Med. Co. for. tort years. New York last night about him wero A hoalinj; wonder for naal cntarrh, only is a P. S. This offer eagerly dlscujbud lu 1.ou1bvI1!o and lore throat nnd sore eyes. EcououUcaL H cjltamfiuty i!aiiima trA ivnriilil pnwrc. dovelopmeulh uru awaited' with in Sarrw.lW, JOf iU Anjiit, ot br Biggest Reading for your Family Value TKeYouiKs Companion y, M Call's Maqazme 64 $2.25 1 lo DR. J. H.THORPE Ladies' and Men's Garments Urcst-LItovs- Brost-Lltovs- I Ken-tucki- nu :. USE LI R-L AX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. fcl-lo- "do-llghtc- 1 si m Liv-VtL- ax ec-cu- ro - I 40 - -, CARDUI MMM.MMM to-da- y. f The Louisville4 Daily Herald BOTH ONE YEAR FOR t Hartford Republican J w I I t 3 r", f -- Parties renewing and paying one year in advance will be given the same rates Send orders to the 1 Every Woman Wants m wf&.&arj&ziF&i u REPUBLICAN for limited time tercst. iia.L TlMJUvLn lc3rtCo,oti,y. if.ij A .TIGf P"' iBAiuB'B ivtnfwnv .......Via.nrT.,.,,.,,.. rinii.j.-nmTDlBrg- , m ! i i, 'rrr V IT - "" ' " '"' ,,,,1 ,i : r-- ifT ,fcir.,Wp,rm '. jffr 'mi " ' i " mm '"' "'''"",1in "rr im i i tf,1,r,"",'-- t mm t P mm " 1 f I. ir READS ODDI.Y STRUNG. (Mr I. . I w II- - If T Joo," 'Arkaasaw Travolor," "DlUr in tho Low Orannd," "Old Dan Tucker," Hat Nail am! Thomas ar agreed "Ralao nig Tatora In Sandy Land," lliat that McFluke stuff makes migh'Crowing on Sourvvood Mountain," ty poor iradln'. Whoa, Halo I Knln't Qlt do Urldle )n," "Suuchln Oat Nubblna," "RerWV believe Suit,'. Hownrd's wlfo la un do How" and other classics of tho 6lr' to muke tin aw ml good Superi Cotton Holt. Hot tho management intendent. lso liberally specified that porform-jmight bring along tholr favorites, Tinsley belongs to four lodges nml o'thor "In their heads" or in sheets. Is secretary of every one of them. He iinl that (li ro would be no illscrlm! takes the job for nothln' Just to hare lallou agiinsl improvisations. an excuse to get away from homo of Tliero woro some surprises and lights. pedal attractions when tho Festival vas fully under way. From tho dark o Somo folks would llko to know d ntorior of Mississippi en mo a what Roes with all the whisky the DOWN. roiled swamp tiddler who specializofficers take away from the fellers they liavo up In court on a charge All German aliens must register ed In fiddling with one hnnd and Ightlnrc mosquitoes with the other of bootlcggln.' between Feb. 4, and Feb. 9, 1918, Vow Orleans wns represented by tin 'ctueon the hours of 0:00 a. m., and Hartford goes to bed with the ! p. m. Owensboro Is the ncaros' Trldo of tho Levee," who imitated chickens, and the only fellow who ,'olnt for registration for this sec everything from tho chirp of a cricket to tho whistle of a steamboat com has been out aftcu ton o clock at tion. ing 'round tho bend. From tho Texts night since the snow fell was the Imy that broke Jail Friday night. A T. Hcrt, National Committee- desert came a gentleman who owed: Kentucky, Is being urged his techniquo to watching a tarantu man fr.-Georgia is doing Its part loyally In 'o nccept tho chairmanship of the la scratch tho back ot its neck with (ho conservation of fuel. It hasn't Republican National committee mado its hind heel. South Carolina sent burnrd a negro at the stake for vacant by tho resignation of Chair- Its "champion" who desplto his eighty years, still put all performer aioro'n a month. man Wlllcox. n behind him in a of the bombardment of Fort Suiupter Thomas and Kirk are urging Mrs. Director McAdoo announces the Nor was the cudurnuco fiddler forFoster to conserve fuel by having )appolntnicnt of a Kauway Wago breakfast an hour later these cold Commission, the duty of which will gotten. Provision was amply made g mornings. be to regulnto wages of railroad em- for the fiddler who excelled In stn-Inpowers. We are told that till ployes. prize was awarded to a gentlcmai' Ad. Howard has met tho M. H. & from Wctumka, Alabama, who start- L train every night for a week, an' War flour will be all wheat flour, his express package haint come ylt. 'nit will be a composite of all the od fiddling when the tournament opseparate grades of flour formerly ened sat down in a dark comer and Tinsley and Doc PIrtle go down to made. It will bo as white as the fell asleep still fiddling at 2 A. M . only to wake up still fiddling at 7 A the river late every evenln' to see ordinary Hour. , M. At the following noon he was about their motor boat. They've got a locker on the boat. Ills claim, Germany Is withdrawing gre.u told to cease operations. sPHi.vcs. siiuo'is other, for several weeks It Is win:. iinnhers of soldiers from the east- however, was challenged on the Hardly any boardin' houses will ern front, and when spring opens, the ground that his snore was so similar Jan 10. Mrs. Ilallle Elliott Is on that despondency over the Lou Griffin, a H.iti negro, Is In continued keep just one boardor. Even the military critics believe, will hurl the to his fiddle that he snored Instead i . .he sick list Illness unbalanced Ills jailer thought one was more trouble vhole force of the German army with fiddled for scleral hours while In the Mr Logan Smith went to Hartfcir Ja' "' a charge of shooting at his mind. Iteoves shot himself with a lfi with intent to kill. Only last revolver than profit. 'crrilie force against the western line dark corner, thus deceiving the Monday on business judges and winning a prize thnt b eel. I.on's wife, Lydla, swore out Mr. S. W. Hlnes is sick at this 'n a llnal effort to break through. a writ for him charging him with rightly to another gentleman writing. Tho 10 cantonments built for tho IS XOT OUT. This titanic effort way bo the last who fiddled until his arms gave t .Miss Mary Laura Pendleton clos- - assault, the trial for which had not trnlnlng of soldiers cost $l."M.O0o-00- 0, great battle of the war. ' and then passed the bow to with a not profit to contractors his toes ed her school here Monday on ue-- 1 ',pe" had when this shooting occur- Onlj Peace Can Avert a Revolution It snoiim thnt the course of true of 2 9S per cent. and continued for several hours Ion- - count of the bad weather. She has red In AuMria-liuiifiarErnest Springer, a soldier at Camp vo lia-- , never run ver .smoothly .,. .!.,,.! accepted a place in Hartford Col- mC.ll,, ,,l.4, OU11IU !ll.JI.i.l 1.I11D gtr- Tolilnr . ..ill'l, .(. U.,. .MAiuu.;i: license. Certainly this Is evidence that the twecu Lou and L)dla though they Amsterdam, Jan. 22. Austria-Hungar- y substance in his ees to escape mill-- ! fiddle is King else than abroad. .Miss Corlnne Dennis Is visiting her '''lvo heeu marrUd all of these 19 tarj service and was given three years continues a sputtering Tho weather for the jia.it week years, and recently their trouble aunt, Mrs. Agnes Tate, this week. ot revolt. It came near erup- In tho federal penitentiary and di-,PINKIN HIIKJE. Messrs. Joo F. llarnes, Muncie have accumulated. Lou claims that lias been most too cold for the tion Saturday and Sunday, but in tin honorably discharged fiom the ar- -' Mr. Beside Williams, of Itnckport Austin. M. M. Tate and son. Thomas although he provides food and fuel matrimonial fever to rage in Ohio critical moment tho masters of the my. has been very sick for several daj.J. were the guests of T. C. Dennis Mon for Lvdia and the children the said lounty. and only a fow marriage 11 empire-kingdopoured streams of The stork visited the home of Mr day. Ldia fails and refuses to perform ceiiso-- have been Issued at the county Onlv twnntv mr rntit nf fmntlivitili "democratic promise water." As a Jay St. Clair, 24, Dun- H,h al' Mrs. Fannye Scott and Mrs. Agnes tho faithful and lilial duties of a clerk's ollico ai'my service are being reject , f"'1 M,rs- - I,l'rt KcM result tho outbreak has simmered tor them a lino Clli. llort Is nil Tnti snout UVilmwilnv nllit ;if Xlrj good housewife. Wo aro not advis- - ,,,'- - '" "''rtha Ellen Hendrlx, 20, down, for the moment, to a sizzling as against thirty-ti- n ee per cent dursmiles. ed whether failure to hit his wlfo ""Iford. Houte 1; Willie hlte, IS, Mary j. Shnvcr's. process much llko that of boiling wa- ing the Civil war. Mr. Harry Woodburn and familv Lena BaLe, 21. H.vlzo- T. C. Dennis and f.iniilv' visited Mr was due to charitable Intention or ter beneath which the flame has been Sunc,a3r ,,h Mr' Tonl to bad lnarkmanshlp, but anyway the '"""i Hobert Huff. 21. FordsvUIe, to Ta to Tuesday. ' Soldiers havo applied for govern-Upc- n turned down, but not out. ' Advices Miss .Mar Kitchens Is on the sick only effect of his shooting was to get Si,dU Loyd, 21, FordsvUIe. unimpeachable ment insurance In a sum exceeding ''""" from , Cecil UobiiiMin, who ha lieen in list. himself In lail with a sorintiu ili:in.i sources so represent the slate or $.1,000,000,000. . All wooden Christmas .. .. lifi.l lwiitM. f f.. ... I.. boxes for ...... mi nuiiiv: iiiuu, ih tunny .nr iiniieri uayiuer went in iieaver preferred against him. Tlio negro Hnllllnru affairs in tho dual moiutichy. They .... v ,'.,.iifit,, j ....... ' nf tin. nvnit.lltl. ..... imtcn I'rovIns. when seen in tho I. ill was Inlti n Dam Thursday on business. So far the Kentucky Legislature itate with emphasis that a revolution sl.lpinont will i.uue .iice jane, ciaugnier or .Mr.' Hev T. T. Moore will preach her-Fr- talk about the incident, but Judging rtc,,,u'u l" ' may have been staved off, but can has confined its efforts wholly to ques 'the third Saturday mid Sunday in from his apparent sullen mood we bp rel,,,,'l '" ""' homlers If return Woodburn. is on the sick list ho averted only by one thing peaeo tion.s of Statu and national prohi '" superlntend- Mr. Boone was In ltockpoit Sun-'thdrew the Inference that Lydia's life ',08,i," ls "" month in the Immediate future. tion. nauwuy Aiau service, New York, I diy. Ben Kitchens Is quite III was a bit safer with Lou on th. Little The tcuoors of Vienna and Reilin Beatrice, daughter of Lewis Yonts, with lagrippo. liisldo than on tho outside of the .V. Y There are now probably 2."0,000 aie plaing a shrewd game of hide is ill of inflamatory rheumatism. The shooting Mr. James Ferguson went to Ueav- - Jail occurred Wed- and seel; with the outride world. American soldiers In France NOTICE OF WITHDRAWAL. Green river is frozen over and the er Dam today to nttend the burial of nesday evening, ami Grillln was ar- Sow that tuo uitrosl has subsided 'young people are having great sport his little grand child. rested and locked up Immediately .if. only for days, perhaps hours, they Garfield is now askMr. Francis J. Iteltz, of Evansvllle, terward. endeavor to couvey the impicssion ing McAdoo to declare an embargo (Skating on tho Ice. V.iiiderburg county, Indlann, hereto' .. Mrs. Lllllc Allen and children, of A SOLOIEIt'S PAY. aDraad that all the news concerning on all shipping except food and fuel, fore trading and doing business in Wet (.'nods CoiiIIsc.iNmI. Oklahonn, aie visiting Mrs. Allen's it was camouflage, deliberately sent for a number of dajs. Dr. Garfield P.ulucah, Ky., Jan. 20. Depu'v Kentucky in his own name and un'parents. Mr .and Mrs John Williams How many people could tell, right out to make the world believe the seems to be able to do only der the name of John A. Heitz Ji. at Hock port. off the reel, what the pay of a sol- United States Marshal Wash Kim-be- ll Hapsburg ouipln is ciuinbling. thing at a time. confiscated 300 quarts of whis- Sons, lias ceased tho transaction of Work at the mines is good now dier in Uncle Sam's army Is.' J'erOne or the objects was, It is hinted, business In Kentucky, beginning JanMiss Gladys Everly and brother haps not one In ten could Head this ky at tho baggage room of the Nash- uary 2nd, 191S, nnd no person The government is conteniplating to encourage the labor movements In is auville Chattanooga & St. Louis railwent to Owensboio last week carotully and jou will be able to a;i- the eiitenlo countries. Onlv in very fixing the price of all meat products. depot, from where it was to be thorized, as agent or otherwise, to road jswer when ilsked. Tho whole limited elrcier. did the Teutonic transact any business for or in the TAI'I'Y. has been changed since the war shipped as baggage to points in Ten- name Is frozen nvnr xnlldtv Gieen river succeed In finding belief ol tho said Francis J. Rolls nessee, it is said. There were 230 Jan. 20 Slnco the deep snow began. Here it is: .i, .v. M...I c.iiin,,, m ik for clifs remarkable version. Somo r, quarts consigned to Memphis. Will or under the nanio or tun said John there has been very little traveling A private in the regular, national memory of ', oldest! &. Sons, and all such there weie, indeed, gullible enough the authoronly by the mail carriers and school guard or national army receives Xi Robertson and Sol Beasley, negroes. A. Rellz as (n conjecture tliat the plot wns o inhabitant ity horetoforo granted to or exerJlro ,U,M to "swer to tho grand Jury teachers. a month In addition to food, cloth- make tho allies throw large forces after an examining trial before Unit cised by any and all porsons wlmt- Uncle Spencer Bartlett is vcrv sick ing and medical attendance.. trom tho west to Italy and attempt WHERE FIDDLING HOLDS HWAY. Commissioner Walter ever ls revokc,i nl withdrawn. lagrippo. with When ho ls bent to Europo ho guts ed States a big drive there, while exposing tli" Tho whisky was In .Thls Janujr 2nd. 1318. Mrs. James Ambrose, whose illness 20 por cent extra, whether In train- Blackburn. "vital front" to Hiudeuburg's amply A. KKITZ & SONS. From all the information we have has often been mentioned, twelve suit cases and four uleam-- r :!0t4 died last ing or in tho trenches, which brings By Fruncis J. Reltz, Solo Owner. adveitised smash. been ablo to gather Kosciusko, Miss- week and was burled I at Mt. Morlah. the minimum cash pay up to $3G.fiO trunks. The real facts are. it was plain to- issippi, is the fiddling center of the Harper conducted the funeral a month, or $1.30 a day. Notice of Diwliargw in llankruptr) . night that so Impetuous and so wide- woild. It was recently boldly assorted Bro. I'OUIt PERSONS INJURED services. A good woman has cono If the soldier has a wife sho draws ii spread was and Is -- the by the citizens of IN WRECK ON RIG Kosciusko to her home above and will be 'OUR missed direct from Uncle Sam $IG a month, In tlio District Court of tho United t peace movement that It mui iui-iuio inure iiikiiuis in mo j,,, j brings the soldier's pay up to which IStatos for tho Western District of could not bo entliely kept trom tho county of w Mel. Kosciusko is the seat Marlon, 0 Jan. 211. Four persons Thl , Mow onjsl)e(, s $48 whllo he Is In the United State? wmld. than In any tenltoryot equal size on nutloi. woro Injured early this morning Kentucky, In Bankruptcy. kitchen roof last and $54. CO abroad. modes' ' In tho matter of Pleasant L. This very moment the unrest Is as llll" 1,11)1)1.'. whon a westbound Big Four passenweek. If thero Is one child with the wife a bankrupt. strong as it was threo days ago, auOn October 15th Kosciusko held a ger train, on route from Cleveland to Several now telephone boxes havo tho extra allowance Is $25 a mouth On this 18th day of January, A. thentic dispatches show, the only dif- fiiidllng tournament the llko of which been put in St. Louis, struck a broken rail two in the lust fow days, and it thero are two children $.12.50 I)., 1918, on considering tho petition n ference being that tho has never been seen or heard before Incy m"' Dar,,y Klrk s'"1 Sun.nn.l on up to a wife and six children miles west of Marlon and five cars of the , .L aforesaid b.inkutpt for dismasses appear to have con..staging t contest, which wasl(Iny wl went Into tho ditch, , U(JV J: v charge, filed on the 17th day of Jansented to a sort of armed truce with held at tho Comthoiise, at 7 p. in.,'iiv n m, I An allowance Is also provided of uary, A. II.. 1318, It is ordered by Tim vnnr .if If. 17 .Qlnlilllin,l their government. night, October 15th r-- ' om ,lf , sliuil .. vi.... ,. . . t ..... Llft a month for dependent $10 parents hhrb nroductlon records for com.oat. the rourt that a liearlng bo had upon The real caiu-- of the revolutionary ho invitation omu.Ittee adopted j,um, t0 wnlk (jver Sm,(I ilftcrnoou ami .. ior dependent uroiner or sis- - ryo whlt0 ,, swcot 1)otatoes, tobac the sumo on tho Otli dav nf Mnr.-i- i iiinvoiiieiil was defined todu by Den-ut- y he open door policy. "Any perform- - l(1 K(0 ,hor , frl(M1(ls ter. In uddltiou to the sum allowed co, beans nnd onions. A. D., 101S, before said court at LouUeiinur, a Socialist, in a IVeiinn or. read tho invitation, "whether, Mr (M(uonco ,,.utoa u directly by the government to tho isville in said district, at 10 o'clock newspaper thus: i ei t i cii.inui, nui-iuuninvw nn culler at Mr. Joo Bill Bennett's soldier's wife the soldier must send Arrangements havo been mado for In the forenoon, or as near theroto "Tho agitation is against u pro- fiddler. i.p n fiddler, or u,m,i,.v ut least fifteen dollars u mouth to some relaxation of the restrictions on as pinetlcable, and that notice there-olongation of the war through supprirt doodic-pl- t fiddler, may enter tho con f Mr. Ira D. Funk bold a rilro bunch 'her as an additional support the export of foodstuffs to Cuba, be published one time In Hartford of Germany'-- i demands for anne.xa-- f leal ilntlne Its prorress by registerof calves to Archio Mosley, of Bar- whose people are gieatly dependent Republican, u newspaper printed in toiiH ami Indemnities." ing with tin Coulmiitco. It is iI notts Creok. last week. lixni.vXAPOi.is im.axt ist upon the United Stutes for their food bald district, nnd thai all known credTho crisis in the Austrian cabinet Hint each contestant wilHmvo, Squire B. C. Rhoadcs bus been busy Among tho experts which itors und other persomi In interest LOST IN JjHCd.OOO KJRE 3upply n governmil in the is iiMiul. at least two tunes which for the past few days filling out may be llcouscd in limited quantities may appear ut said time and placo ment continue., but the loport of ho legards ns niastei pieces, no matquestionnaires for the drafted boy.i. milk, butter and and show cause, if any thoy havo, Count Czoiin'fi resignation as foreign ter what otheis may think or say, Indianapolis, Jan. 23. Flr.i of un- aro condensed Mr. OUlo Bean Is very busy with cheese, pork and pork products, beef why the prayer of said petitioner minister remains unconfirmed. and ho will fiddle these, alone or ac- his new business known origin early tlib morning hud of tying brooms. and buef products, and dried fruits. should not bo granted are that (lie continuance of companied by a banjo picker, second Mr. Ira Mosley's family Is on tho practically destroyed ll.u plant of the Witness the Honnrablo Walter Evl; parleys, after all, fiddler, as he limy elect tho Duets aro,i..i, n Stowart Carey Glass Company bore, KAHMER COMMITS SUICIDE. ' ans, Judge ot said Court, and (he saved the day, not only for him per- not inqul.ed. but they will bo wol-- 1 ,,, H(r. with a loss estimated at $100,000. A . n . seal thorcor. at Owensboro. in said sonally, but lor the whole govern coined tor variety and piquancy which huge amount of plate glass i.loro.l Pailucuh, Ky., Jan. 22. K. J. district, on the lSlli day of Januarv ment. they mny give to the occasion, ami. In tho building was lost. Roovos, a well-to-d- o farmer of La A. .. 10 IS. Dr. von Seydled, tho Austrian If the Impulse bhould solzo tho fiddler Vigorous-campaignare on in Center, took his own llfo yesterday A (1. RONALD. l.s quoted as having mado In action, there will be no I run I or, Cleik. serious ob- - .jral States to iucroaso tlio use of laitl hail forbidden the export of by shooting himself thru the head. . M E. DUNN, D. C. la-i i I....II.... i. v.t.. ...v.t. ii Uic&e pledi,bu lu a delegation of ........... ... ...a or wood for fuel la place of coal. to couutrles at war with Hcovta had beeii ill of measles and niimnuuK In foodbtuffs r leaden,' dnglng while ho 'rastloa' with hU in-- t Virginia couvlct labor In employed to tho United States uud countries astio his nitiro family had been in bed Call oa The Itoiiul)li... ' It ii,.lji', t;i.ni)'4 wtah to end tU.' .itrumeut " provldo'wood tor fuel. elated with them in the war. with tho suiae dlaeube, oue after a;i- - for Kino Job Printing. "Cotton-Eye- d Clairo.) war at tho enrHest mnment pnMlhlr by an honorafclo pence. "In pursuance of this desire and on tho principles It hat repeatedly announced, the government of the dual monarchy has dona everything in Its power, and will rontinuo to do everything possible, to bring about most speedily a gcnoral peace. "If, for the present, however, only a separata pearo with llussla Is prac- icbio, tho reiiTunslblllty msU role y with tho outeiito powers, which liavo rejected rcpoatodly onr peace lifers." Swooping concessions to tho masa-c- s, including liberalising political aro said to have been promised upon tho porsonal order of Charles. s, Em-por- tJio accomodation f tha con- estanln Uio management thoughtful- y proparod a list sf alrt, which in- luiloil "Nolly dray," "Dixie," "Homo Per ta. I X woet Homo," i TRY THE JOB OFFICE r REPUBLICANS FOR ALL SORTS OP cole-'jrato- t Jr &C INTING. fiddle-descriptio- ship for a Reasonable Amount of Prornptess, Qulity and WorkmanMoney Our Aim ron, 1 .. at J he-le,w-i- i i y. ' m J ," CB'' '''. '". , i i ed ' is l: sys-ito- m ..,,., i l ' , Austro-llunguria- I Al-fo- I Aiistro-IIuu-garia- I I r and-dow- pie-iiiiii- I Austro-Huiigaria- ! Brost-Lltovs- ,. ..,. ,,,, s n. , I. wiu-hhu- ..... ILw-tfor- 4) rt itvL - -- L