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DEVOTED 10 THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF .OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Yai HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1918, -work that cannot fall to succeed. Perhaps no Suporintondont of the county oyer cntorcd upon tho duties of hl3 ofllco with a higher sense of duty or a firmer purpose to it woll than Mr. Howard. Jailer Tlchonor is a peach. Ho let one prisoner get away, but he has stopped 'tho bolo In tho wall, through which the" prisoner crawled to liberty, with a bed cover, so thoro will be do exit by that routo borcaftcr. Then ho furnished the prisoner with a horso to get out of town on. No former Jailor was ever so obliging. But Tlch Is a bully fellow and everybody likes him; especially those who noto how ho has scattered nshen on tho front court houso steps to keep tho weary and scary pedestrian from scooting rajher than walking down. Ulankensblp and Kirk are old" war horses, and don't know how to do anything but their duties, and do thorn well. Then thore Is Ana We will reserve him for Uratcher. a separate artlclo all by hinlsclf. Keally Lon Ralph deserves some mon- tion for riding a thousand miles through snow and lco and zero weather. Ion has been ns busy as a possum in persimmon time. He has not learned how to shirk yet, and ho really goes to see the' fellows the sheriff tells him to see. By another winter Lon will learn the short routes home on blustery days. Dillls Ward Is Just lchlng for the tlme"to co mo when he can show the state tax commission what a real live assessor 'can do. But Mills' hour baa not yet come. o- No. 31 BODY OF SOLDIER THE ONLY RESOLUTION A3WJJ3TE.railOWA lifc- LON AND LYDIA AGAIN. - BOMBS ON PARIS Many .Killed And Much Property Lost in Hun Aer- - slt I Afi.tr BEGINS WITH tw: , oplane Raid. ULTIMATUM TO KAISER German Worker by The Thousands Said To Be On Strike. Pari. Jan. 31. (Hy Associated aeroplanes German Press cable) rallied I'Artt last night. Tho alarm was given nt 11:30 o'clock. llombs were thrown in various Sov-rparts of Paris and. suburbs. persons were kilted and damage Is reported, according to official announcement. Full details are lacking at present, but a further statement will bo Issued as soon as accurate Information Is received. al ma-tprl- .il - iijfenrar OT WA3WZgEUtim WOlTMg rrcw e0V5 fiadKaEH BILM M I YVUuw t ,Moianaoui news. London, Jan. 30. A dispatch to the Daily Express from Genera there have been clashes between soldiers and strikers in the .suburbs of Berlin, in which lives were The dispatch adds that the lest. troops, in solne instances, refused to fire on strikers. Vos-slsc- DIVORCE HUIT FILED. Liberty Holt, of McHenry, hat suit to regain his liberty from the bed and board of Mary Holt. He alleges that be and Mary were married In Logan county In 1903, and lived happily together until about three months ago when Mary transferred hor affections to one Alton Taylor, since which time she and Taylor havo been wonderers upon tho face of tho earth, without permanent home or fixed place ot habifiled OUR NEW LINOTYPE. A. PKTTV IN WRECK. I'M f Ml A. Petty, a former and faithful type sticker In. this omce, but now nn ink . fingered citizen of HenderAmsterdam, Jan. 30. The Tuesday's son, escaped German bombs annd Zeltung (Berlin)-o- f date, reports that all tho workmen hand grenades only to como in conJn the Kiel shipyards, Including the tact with a violont explosion in his Hungry as a r.oyernmcnt yards, went on strike on own domicile recently. Monday and that all bakers' shops wolf, tho usual condition of a prinliavo been guarded" slnco Friday by ter, Arthur attempted to hurry the heating ot the kitchen rango with an troops and armed police. paper, all tho undue amount of coal oil and tho reAt llamburg.says the workmen in tho Vulcan works struck sult was nn explosion that made Arthur think ho was facing a hunIn rooming fondny through and marched the main strdets to dred German batteries. After tho the trades union bulldlng.whero they sound had died in distant echoes and h'ld u stormy meeting. All the de- the smoke had clearod 'away Mrs. mands were for bettor food supplies. Petty found tho erstwhile hungry but now -- unconscious type setter There were no disturbances. Vorwnorts says that the largest prono upon the floor. A watch in f, in tho Arthur's pocket was shattered but Hour mill In environs of Vienna, was burned down his nerve was Intact, and he was Saturday. All the grain, flour and soon at the type fonts again. A Henmachinery wero destroyed. Tho dam-ag- o derson paper says both tho fire deis considered irreparable as tho partment and a physician were call mill played an important part in pro- ed but it omitted to say whether the physician put out tho Are or tho fire visioning Vienna. department rovlved Arthur, but Zurich, Jan. 30. Tho Socialist pa- knowing Arthur's strong antipathy per Vorwaorts announces that tho for water we are Inclined to the opin Berlin strikers havo now become ion thai ho preferred, the attention mure numerous and threatening. of the doctor. Thoy hao addressed to the governItLIND MAN IMPROVING. ment an ultimatum, of which "tho following are the principal demands: Virgil Sutton, the old blind man First Accclorated conclusions of general peace without indemnities who was brought to the almshouse from Duudce last week, with one of er annexations. , Second Participation of work- - his feet so badly frozen that it apen's delegates of ail the countries peared then that the foot would havo to bo amputated, is Improving the peaco pourparlers. Third Amelioration of tho food slowly, and the almshouse physician now hopes that an operation situation by. better distribution. Fourth Immodiute abolition of many be avoided. The trial ot his the state of siogo and restoration of three sons, charged with the crime ilie right of public meeting, suspend- of nonsupport ot a parent, will como up before County Judge Cook next ed by the military authorities. Fifth Abolition of militarization Monday. Following the good example set ty his predecessor In office, war factories. Sixth Immediate releaso of all Judge Cook is not Inclined to look with a large degree ot allowance uppolitical prisoners. Soventh Fundamental democrati- on tho Infraction ot the law under which thjP Sutton sons are charged. zation of state Institutions. Eighth The institution of equal electorial suffrage by direct secret JAKE HOWE AT HAWK8V1LLE. ballot. J. Edwin Rowe, former CommonAmsterdam, Jan. 30. Tho German wealth's Attorney for this district, Is censor has ordered the Berliuor now living at Hawesvllle, with his and the health vory much Improved,' and will Tugoblatt, the Vorwaerts Berliner Post to cease publication, probnbly tako up the practice of law .according to a dispatch received hero there. Mr, Rowe has been In poor from Berlin. The ban was placed on health for a number ot years, but after taking treatment in a sanatortho newspapers owing to thSlr toward tho strlklug workmen ium last fall he is thought to be entirely well again, and his eloquent Jn Germany, says tho dispatch. voice may be hoard in the Kentucky OUU NKW OFFICIALS. courts for many yoars to come. Kuiser-Ebursdor- tation, and that their present whereabouts I? unknown to the plaintiff. Holt alleges that his wife's conduct is. lowd and lascinious and that she is not a fit person 'to have control of their two children, aged eleven and four, and prays for divorce nud custody of tho children. DEATH ANGEL PURSUES. '. " The death angel pursues the family of Mr. Will Stevens, ot the Goshen neighborhood. We reported last week the death ot a son of Mr. Stevens upon the day of his arrival from tho west, and tho fact that Mr. Stevens, was in Texas at tho bcdsldo of another son who was seriously ill ot typhoid fever. Later the son in 1fas died and his body brought home for burial. The body ot tne first son to die was hold pending the result ot the other's illness, and the bodies nf L'O'h were burled together Wednosday in tho same graye. Mr. Stevens and family have the sincere sympathy ot the community In the sad hour ot their bereavement. BANNERS FOR SCHOOLS. Howard is planning a very commendable scheme to stimulate school work for the next year. He Is contemplating the presentation 'of two banners as marks ot distinction for effective school work; one to be given the division t 'Superintendent ,r ' turning out the greatest number ot common school graduates and one for tho district for the same measure ot excellence. The possession of such banners would be a matter ot Just pride alike to teachers, pupils and parents, and should stimulate the heartiest efforts In both divisions and districts. When the proper time comes we shall urge the pub-li- e to provide the 'banners bb a just contribution to a worthy enterprise. ALEC PORTER'S DIG SCHEME. Our hustling Circuit Court Clerk, Alee Porter has devised a scheme to build up a collosal fortune over night. Alec's scheme will prove what close attentlonto business and a llttlo forethought may accomplish. In running over Uncle Sam's scale ot Increasing value of thrift stamps he discovered that oa Dec. 31, 1932, a Ave dollar, thrift stamp can be bought for 4.71 and on Jau. l, 1923. It will be redeemed by the government at $6,00. By the simple process ot buying u billion dollars worth of those stamps one night and cashing them in' the next morning Alec's fortune will bo made provided this notice does not put Uncle Sam next. do Our new county officials are making excellent beginnings in the performance of their, duties. Jndge Cook displays a commendable spirit of the responsibilities of his offlco. and, without .the waving of bunt-'Jn- g or blare of trumpets, Js tg to the',dutloa of hia office lu a mo'tbodical way. Tho sober and sensible thought he glvos to all matter that come before him command tho confidence and respect ot the public. Superintendent Howard displays uu In nud an euthualasinfor his "fti-res- t RETURNS FROM FRANCE. Otis Howard, a sailor on Uncle Sam's war ship, Antigone, and a son of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Howard, ot ilartford, fa 'back from France. la a letter to his. parents here Mr. Howard announces his safe arrival la his natlvo land, uftor dodging winter storms and German submarines lu a long voyage across Otis' many friend in the Atlantic, Ohio county will be glad to learn that ho is in the home land again. .The Republican is printed this 0, week from type set on our new Mergenthaler machine. The company sent an Angel here, Mr. E. M. Angell, from Chicago, to install the machine, hnd he had it ready for operation Saturday afternoon. This Is a 1917 model, and the highest clasH typesetting machine on the market. It is the intention of the new company operating this paper to make it the best nowspaper ever published in the county, and the first consideration toward this end was a high class mechanical equipment. Our cylinder and Job presses, cutter and folder are in excellent condition, and tho addition-- ot the latest model linotype makes tho Republican office the best mechanically equipped office In western Kentucky. We are now prepared- - to execute all kinds of job work with the very best machinery and workmanship, and Invito tho patronage of everybody having work in this line. When in town drop in and watch our highly skilled foreman operate our new machine. And it you At the Red Cross benefit entertainare behind with your subscription please pay up so we can pay the ment at the Star Theater Monday Mergenthaler company for our new night the Red Cross girls will, with out charge, sell and collect tickets, linotype machine. act as ushers and perform every ser vice necessary to the pleasure and THE FUEL BOARD. comfort p' ''.2 $ lests. The Kaiser '..r z 'Jv u 'y ou.atedto pop the o. to ' r ll . - tale at the show, Tho Ohio county fuel 'n d "i i.a i! Te jjlr" fu il t.ij the corn f and ing liltlo difficulty In r iff. I r 18 WVs . i n sure Tl:; fuel regulations swit oil " ! ;; h lngton. The peoplo . h' patriotism is a" commendable spirit ct . j. it: U ). o.i stafght. C'iii 3C2 oi Hartford and ca r . v tho community near should see the and so far thero has tc ion for the commUsien to theater is filled to capacity for this with the order of public adherence to benefit show. the rules governing fuel restrictions. RED CROSS SHOW. Business people from various sections ot the county call up members ot the commission from time to time t Heavrln & Barrass, owners ot the and make inquiries as to the requir- Star Theater, Hartford, Ky., will ed limitations, but In no case has handle a special show on Monday, there appeared a disposition to dis- February 4th, the entire The order for receipts to be donated to the Red regard the rules. closing business houses and nianu-tacuri- Cross, Messrs. Heavria & Barrass plants apply to all such bearing all the expenses incurred for places without regard to the kind ot the show. Every dime paid Into the fuol used or the volume ot 'business box office will be turned over to the done. Mr. Rowan Holbrook Is chair- Red Cross, the management stating man and Arthur Kirk and- - W. S. that there will be no graft or rake Tlnsley members ot the Ohio county off In the offer, and that ever)' dime board, and they will politely answer spent will represent a bandago for all inquiries In regard to fuel regu- some Red Cross nurse to apply to an has Injured soldier in Franc. lations. Chairman Holbrook just had-- a car load ot coal shipped FARMER UNDER KNIFE. from Rockport to Big Cliffy, Ky for use by the mill there. Mr. G. C. Magan, a farmer living near Olatou. has been suffering for FRIGHTENS WOMEN. several days with an abscess of the bowels, and Dr. Taylor, otjlartford, A duinkcu man from the country assisted by Dr. Godsoy, ofNarrows. frightened some wonio.i hero wh- oporntod on him Tuesday. Our last wero u'oae, nearly out ot tuelr wits report was that Mr. Magan was getTuesday night. The drunken fellow ting along nicely and will soon bo had a relative In town whom he. was out again. trying to, locate, but called at the KILLED BY FALL. wrong number. When one ot tho women demanded to. know what bis John Stubflold, a well known nebusiness was he replied by usklng pat bis toam, Tho gro ot Panther neighborhood, in where he must county, wont to the stablo to man whoa sobor is a good citizen, was wholly wanting in Inteu-tlo- u feed hia stock and, slipping on the and ot annoying anybody, but was lco, toll, bitting bis head against a too drunk to find his way. An oblig- door sill which resulted la his death.. ing citizen conducted him to the Ho was about 75 years old and highly respected. home to his relative. $2,-90- Lon Griffin, tho negro in Jail charged with shooting at his wife, Lydla, NUDE AND MUTILATED with intent to kill, was brought Into court Monday for examining trial which he waived and was remnndod to Jail to await the action of tho Shipped Home From Camp March grand Jury. 'Judgo Cook Jackson for Burial in fixed Griffin's bond at $300 but Tennessee. thero seems little prospect for his finding bondsmen, and ho will probably have to languish in Jail until Washington, Jan. 29. Ro. reson- Circuit Court convenes. It .seems tatlve Samuel It. Sells, of the that Lon's and Lydla's troubles are Tennessee District, today sent toFirstt.cot long standing and difficult of per- rotary of War Baker evideacu of manent adjustment. Griffin Is a what appears to havo been lnftum.in hardworking and honest negro, jand rentment ot an American soldier out has probably contributed his share rivaling tho case cited by Sonato: toward domestic tranquility. His Chamberlain in the tatter's recent wife and children appeared in court speech in the Senate. From the comfortably dressed, indicating he standpoint of sensationalism nothing had inado suitable provision for their approaching tho story revealed to comfort and welfare. Sells and which he transmitted to Secretary Baker hsa yet been unTHE WOMEN AND THE PARK. covered. The soldier lb question was a conWe are sorry to disturb the Jailer's garden, but we are for the stituent of Representative Sells, the women in their demand for the city son ot poor bnt eminently respectable park. The plot belongs to the city' parents, who reside on a farm In his, and the county has no Just right district. The son died at South Carolina, and sere-br- o to appropriate it, even to the imsplnai meningitis was given as portant purpose of a Jailer's garden. We prefer to see it converted Into a the cause of death. Th body was shipped home and flower garden. The city needs a the coffin containing it was labeled, breathing place and this is the on ly spot left for it. We are ready to "Do Not Open." The boy' pareBtav join a men's auxiliary to the Wom- however, were anxious to have one an's Club tor the purpose of plant- last look at the remains of their sen, ing trees on the plot, after which so they had the lid removed and were we will stand by and watch the horrified at the sight that mat their women make the flower beds. We eyes. There lay th body of their suggest that the women gather up son absolutely naked; not even a the broom sticks and rolling pins nightshirt or stitch ot underclothing; and go after 'every mere man who covered the form. A dirty blouse was" stands in the way ot their plans for crammed into tbe bottom of the box. The body was covered with dirt and the city park. ojotted blood. It had been ripped t open with a surgeon's knife almost to THE EXEMPTION nOARD. the throat and had not been washed after the operation. Apparently the The local exemption board has completed the classification of the reg- viscera had .been removed. At the istrants, but tho clerical force, con- base ot the brain was a depression sisting of Clerk W. H. Coombs and where ttrjj.".ei'l had been crushed fa assictans, Mrs7 S. O. Keown and Miss apparently by a blunt Instrument of Harriett Flener, are still busy pre somo klml. Statements Under Oath. paring the reports for the district All of these statements with referboards The district board has notified the local board of it's final ac- ence to the body and Its condition tion in only a limited number of are supported by affidavits sent to cases yet, and until the district board Secretary Baker today by1 Represenhas passed on all the registrants, tative Sells. The name of the solfurther action of tho local board will dier was submitted to the secretary not be necessary. Physical examina- and will be made public later." It Is expected an official lnvstiga-tio- n tion of registrants will not begin unr will bo ordered at once. In" distil all cases are passed on by the to Secretary Baker, Representrict board. tative Sells asked does the War Department sanction such practices. ' THE GIRLS AND" KAISER. -Camp-Jacksonhis-lette- -- YOU'RE WANTED THERE. You are earnestly requested to attend the patriotic meeting at the Methodist church' Monday. The object ot the meeting is to stir the pa-triotlsm ot the people, 'and you need ' stirring. The following program tor the meeting has been arranged: . "" J ; !- -c :' U'-'se- -- Opening Song America,' by V- School. 2. Scrlpturo Reading and Prayer ' .. Rev. Russell Walker. r 3. Address C. O. Hunter. 1. 4. 5. Ladies' Quartette. Red Solo Cross Miss Margaret Marks. 6. 7. Thrift Stamps Mrs. F. B. DeWltt. Prof. Bruner. ' WRECK ON ILLINOIS CENTRAL. An Illinois Central coal train' left the rails in tho cut at Simmons, Mon- box-efll- ce ng -- day, and eleven coal com ware wrecked. The track was. torn ap for somo distance, and traffic blocked for many hours. Passenger trains, unable to get past the wreck, transferred their passengers and express. and returned to their terminals. Traf fic was not restored until late In the night. No one was Injured. . . COMMON SCHOOLS EXAMS. - . - , ' Slxty-sl- x applicants tor common school diplomas were examined Friday and.9aturday; 05 at Hartfor, 12 at Beaver Dam and 15 at FordiviUe. Also four colored applicants were examined at Hartford. Tho examiners are now grading the papers, and the examiners will meet Saturday to report the grades. Grades will probably be mailed to the applicants Monday. We understand that the questions In mathematics were rather difficult. , Da-vlu- sb eral prohlbltiun amendment. SOUTH DAKOTA VOTES YES. Bismarck, S. D.., Jan. 26. The Senate, with ouly two dissenting votos last night concurred la the Houso roBolutlon ratifying tho" ted- -' , '' I ii .. ?Ltv r .iH- X -C Jl. . U UfikT-- . 1 L H ' AMERICAN SUGAR sent to mm I i liitiucr ami otlirr UiIiikh, rnthor mum tlrin rotor tin difference. Aflrr j piolongi'il nogotlnllims the refiners were plnced under ngrccnient ostnb-- I HERE PAY 9c. Hailing these limits on October 1, nml CONSUMERS SALES TO SOLDIERS I anything over this amount to be agreed extortlonnlo under the Inw. Sugar Cost 33 Cents a Pound During "In the courso of these InvestigaCivil War Refiners' Profits tions It was found by cnnvnss of the In Bone Dry States and GovC'ubnn producers that their sugar hnd, Now Curtailed. ernors Sought to Aid in during the first nine months of the I past year, cold for nn average of nhout Stamping Out Evil. Sugar Is selling today throughout ' $i per hundred t. o. h. Cubn, to I) cents nj which duty and freight ndded to the America nt from 8i to pound to the consumer, even though refiners' cost amount to nhout $3.00 Washington, Jan, 21. Wscorory average Kilo prlco there Is n world shortage which has per hundred. The ous rn ncrlc9.nc-- " that mn nil fact ura of moonshine whisby vnr this nation's sugar allotment i ' Kni.hited Investigation, wns nhout ky Is increasing rapidly in brto dry cording to our i to .0 per cent, of normal. hundred, or n differential of Status, and that quantities haro boon Through the efforts of the United $I 84 sold Illicitly to goldiortj in Southern ;,jn' r0iluelnc the differential to $1.30 administration the sugar" States camps, caused Iatorual Kavouuo market has been regulated as far as ulL.ro Wns n saving to the public of tvi Commissioner Hopor to annuunco tothe producer, rctlner and wholesaler cots per hundred. Had such n (lif cumpai'sa .isiin.'.t ts concerned. The food administration jvrenllal lon In use from the 1st of day a naliou-vrid- e with lias no power to regulate retail prices January. 1!1" the puiillt' womiu mvo illicit distillation in Slato Govornorss. except by public opinion. Even though Rived In f'm nti" months of th moro than 8!5,O0O tons of sugnr have yenr about iv)" Tho camp.iign bus already refills, been shipped to Franco In the last ed iu arrests of hundreds of Nsxt Year. four months the retail grocer's .sugar in Southern iJry Stales organ With a view to more elllclent prlco Is around S to 8A cents. He sugars Stale law forhiddiug impartitien, should sell this augur at SVa to 0 , ization of the trade In imported been and the Kedoral tax of $2,l a n next year two committees have cents, the food udnilnUtratl.iti bidVxfi, . .1 ..., '. havo driven the price af crude u me ,..,,! .i.lmltilLitl-nlliito lurnieu I... it... and nslts the Amrvlcnii'Iioiwulfc ' 1. A committee comprising ropre- - corn liquor about many aatup to pny no more than this amount ' sentntlves of nil of this elements of i.in American cane reining group. The iS and $12 a quart, according to i,Jh . .Ijn,AT.8t ovideucu catborcd by tho raioiui price of , eonin.ltteo is to niH-e- American Price Rigidly Regulated by United Stales Food Administration. i. ium i..Cn imp.m. Nation-Wid- e ed I iv tin wnr In Ini'ivmcd oo.it of re- Until)!, Iiism'h, rout of hag-- labor, lnsiir-- J , Hoover until, "nn ctntnlnntlon wns iiinile of I In roils Mini prollls of rolln-lu- g nnd II wns llimlly dotri mined tlmt l bi'tvoi'ii tlif cost of raw the nml ilio mle of rclliiril enne sutmr i.hoiil'l In lliulleil 10 ?l.;u) per hundred potiuiK 'I'lie priMwir tllffcrciillul liml nviriisiil nlxittt S."i wils nml lueronsod -!ii-i'ni- elthor for uso in public eating places or in tho homo Victory bread should bo used, H no wheat substitutes can lie found. Tho fcdoral food administrator In o.ich stnto will nnnounco tho moal to bo observed ns n whont-lcs- s meal in his stnto. If no meal Is designated, tho United Stales food liANf.TJAUH IMRB TO MA'mrt , Tim T.T TO WIN. FnrfMl und Wonderful ilntotict VrH(u Iiy PuplLs or MalayiUn Hdiool, ' If you think ynu are hcnlcn, you a! If you think you daro not, don't, , Campaign Announced by Internal Revenue Commissioner. I I ' f-- rd ndminlatrntlon praters tlmt tho oron-in- g moal ho whontlosn, "ElRlith It Is further desired, in order that moat and pork products ho .conserved, that one meatless day (Tuesday) In ovory wook, and one mualloss moal in orory dny, bo observed, nnd. In addition, two porkle.ss days (Tnesday nnd Saturday) in every waek bo strictly kopt. Uy 'meatless' U niuant wlthoat hog, cattle or shoot products. On othor days uso multoa and lamb la prufor-enc- e to boof or pork, Uy 'portions' Is meant without pork, baron, ham, lard or pork prodacla, frosh or presorted. Uso fish, poultry and egg. local "Ninth For altunllons whoro oscoptlons ar naeosiary application should be made la the Stat food admliilstrator.i." j flf ..u ...-i- ... rr S ls done ,0 CYcrj re" By regulation of the sugar market and reduclng the price to 8V2 and 9 cents , n"cr- and keeping It from advancing to 20, 2. A committee comprising three the food administration bus sav- - j resentutlves of the Knglish, French0 eA the American public nt lenst $180,- - nnd Ilnllau governments; two to ' sentntlves of the Amerlcnn refiners. In four months, e statement made by Herbert Hoover . with a member of the food ndmlnlstra-thtlon. Only two of the committee have other day they repre-lie"It Is our stern duty to feed the nl- - arrived from Europe, but to maintain their health nnd sent the allied governments. Ihe nt any cost to ourselves," j ties of this committee nro to determine sources from a Mr. Hoover declared. "There has not , the most economical been, nor wilt be as we see It, enough transport point of view of all the t urrange transport at uniform for even their present meagre , sugar depressing ration unless they send rates, to distribute the foreign and allies. for It. If we between the United States and Amerl-eithe- r ships to remote markets In our greed and gluttony force them , subject to the approval u the gov-o- r to further reduce their ration can, English. French and Italian to send these ships we will have ernments. done damage to our abilities to win j This committee, while holding strong views ns to the price to tie paui ror this war. Cuban sugar, has not had the final to Java "If we send the ships voice. This voice lias rested In the for 250,000 tons of sugar next year governments concerned, together with we will have necessitated the the Cuban government, nnd I wish to of eleven extra ships for state emphatically that nil of the genif used in one year. These ships tlemen concerned ns good commercial transporting troops would take men have endeavored with the utmost 150,000 to 2CO,000 men to France." patience nnd skill to secure a lower price, nnd their persistence lias reReason for World Shortage. As .Mr. Hoover pointed out, the duced Cubnn demands by 15 cents per United States, Canada and England hundred. The prlco agreed upon Is ivere sugar Importing countries before nhout $l.C0 per hundred pounds, f. o. h. the wnr, while France and Italy were Cuba, or equal to about $0 duty paid very nearly self supporting. The main Xctv York. sources of the world's sugnr supply Th,s prIee shouId eventuate," was Germany and neighboring powers, M Hoover said, "to about $7.30 . me west inuies nnu me i.hsi unm-aper hundred for refined cugar from German sugar is no longer available, the refiners at seaboard points or ns It Is used entirely In Cermtiny, should plaes sugar in the hands of sugar of suiiound-Inwhich nlso nbsorbs the consumer at from BV to 9 countries. cents per pound, depending upon England can no longer buy locality and conditions of trade, or fong ions of sugar each year from at from 1 to 2 cents below the Germany. The French 'sugar producf prices of AuauGt last and from 210,-00- 0 tion has dropped fr.im ".'0.000 to to a cent per pound cheaper tons. The Italian production lias than today. fallen from 210,000 tons to T.'.OOO tons. "There Is now nn elimination of were thrown Thus three countries upon Ent nnd West Indian sources .speculation, extortionate piotlls, ami for l,0i",000 tons nnuually to maintain In the refining nlonc the American people will save over fc'J.'i.OOO.OOO of their normal consumption . .... .. ll..t ,1 ..nut.1. . ........ 1... -, Because of the world's shipping , ft , u shortage the al led na ions started ,.ou.IallIai. I repre-000,00s, I ar , ' g one-halI Jtlc rep-cen- ts - -- - the number of hhips, since the ills- tnnce was throe limes as great. Slid- denly the west was called on to furnish' and did furnish tons of ugar to Europe when 300,000 tons a r demand. The year wns the allies hud drawn from .Tuwi 400,000 tons before tho shipping situation acute. "In spite of these shipments," Mr. Hoover slated the other day, "the English giiM'iiiincnt In August reduced the household sugar ration to a basis enpitn. of 21 pounds per nnnum-fi- er And In September tho French government rodhcod their household ration pounds a year, or n bit over to l.'t 1 pound of sugar a month. Even this pre-wn0 j nnn,rwa V.lllKt Wlltlil llllt tlA OtlOll llV i the French government It was found enilv in the full. America wns then I asked for 100.000 totis of sugar nnd In sending 8.',000 tons by Oecemher 1. The French request was granted because the American house n t,..i.i ..,,ulMiiinn then nt least !W i pounds per person, nnd It wns consld- tin dutv of mnlntulnliig the inoinlo'made our course clenr." Today the 6ugar situation may be summarized by stating that if America will reduce Its sugar 10 to 15 per cent, this nation will be able to send 200,000 more soldiers to France. Sugur today sells ut seaboard re- tluerle-ut $7 25 a bundled pounds, j The wholemlu groier has agreed to his prollt to 25 cents u hundred freight, unil tho retail grocor Is Mipposed to tako no moro tlmn M cents This rogu .1 hundred pounds prollt. latlon was made by the food'adminls- imtloii, whU'li now asks tho housewife to reduce sugar consumption as much ns possible, using other sweeteners, and also reminds her that she should ay no more than 1) cents u pound for I i I I Aiiga r. . Control of Cane rteflners' Profits. "Immediately upon tho establish aituj o yio (yu udmlnlatrnllou," Mr. price Is 31 cents above that of 11)17. It Is said In effect that the Cubans nro ut our mercy; that wo could get sugar n cent lower. V made exhaustive study of tho cost of producing sugar In Cuba last year through our own agents In Culm, and we llnd it averages $:i.:i0, while many producers are ut a higher level. We found that an nveruge profit of nt lenst a cent per pound was necessary in order to maintain and stimulate production or that a minimum price of $4.37 was necessary, and even this would stifle sonic producers. "The price ultlmatclv ngreed wus 23 cents above these figures, or about one- fifth of n cent per pound to tho Amerl- enn consumer, nnu moro imin huh amount has been wived by our Hon In reliners' profits, if wo wish to stlllu production m uuna wo couui taku tlmt course Just nt the time of all times in our history when wo want production for ourselves and tho lies. Further than that, tho stnto panment will assure you that such u i'ure would produce disturbances In Cubn and destroy even our present supplies, but beyond nil these material reasons Is one of human Justice. This great country has no right by tho might of Its position to stranglo Cuba. "Theroforo there Is no Imposition P"' tho American public. Chnrjres l've been iiindo before this commit-lim- its tw that Mr. Itolph endeavored to '" H "ofrnlu rellnery of which ho was ninnnger by this 111 cent ncreaso Mr. Itolph did not lis In Cuban price. tho prlco. It does rnlso tho prlco to farmer about that tho Hawaiian amount. It does not raise tlo profit of tho California rellnery, because their charge for refining Is. like ull other limited to $1",0 per hundred pounds, plus the freight differential on tlu established cus'nin of tho trade. "Mr Ilo'pli 1' ' not ono penny of In- crtsi lu that u'uueiy." redue-succeedben-Piu-- 1" aummisirauoii because the Cuban "Appeals to prejudice against tno iiuvo ueeu uuiuu Muaclo Soreness Itcllei'etl. Unusual work, bonding and lifting or strenuous exerciso ls a. strain on tho muscles, thoy bocomo sore and still, you aro crippled and In pain. Sloan's Liniment brings you quick relief, ansy to apply, it penetrates without rubbing nnd drives out tho soreness. A clear liquid, cleaner .than mussy plastors or ointments, It Joes not stain tho skin or clog tho pores. Always haro a bottlo handy for the pains aches of rheumatism, asents. gout, lumbago, grippe, brulias, stiffCouiiuls.ioncr Rapsr has shttined ness, backacho and all axtornat pain. from many Coremors endorsement At your druggist, 2Sc. 3 of the anti-liqucombination. Some Stato executive and local officials, UAUIKK IMPALED ON however, were reluctant t furnish BAYONKTB OK MUNtf the SUta agent required fur the work. New York, Jan. 2C Carman Tho cam lis where moonshine li- atrocities hava been minimized ono quor has been sold must, la spit of hundred times where thoy hava beea precautions by military and civil magnified once, members of tba Re. authorities, are reportod by gov- publican Club were told by FOR FLETCHER'S (,'nll ernment Inrestlcatlon to ba Ciimps Capt. A. P. Simmons, a United States Ilia Hartford llnptihlicaa WaiUworth, at Spartanbur; ,S. C ; military observer in Germany during for Flna Job Sevier, at Greenville, S, C; JjoUon, tba mobilization, having been attachl Columbia, S. C; and OeUthorpt, ed to tba American embassay in at Chattanooga. Berlin Invcitlsatlona about tbest and "Don't let any one tell yau that other cam pi still are tinder way and German atrocities arn merely ficbther advices aro expected. tion," Capt. Simmons declared. "One reported as jf the most gruoborno sights I avnr lllegil r'anufacture thriving moit iu Virginia. North Caro- saw was the Impaling of habits on people who get the greatest lina, South Carolina, Georgia. the ends of German bayonots and of good their State agents their return to frantic mothers. and Arkansas. If already aic at work in some of you knew tho horrors that pationt. it as though tace are those who talk these. boon suffering, little Belgium ha face. to Kentucky Included. hru. your blood would freeze in your To a lesser degree the trnfUc In veins. "mountain dew" islreported from difficulties Courtesy smooths "We've got to sacrifice till the skin Florida. Oklahoma and othor States is worn down to the bones of our nrnmnfpc; thf. nrnmnrpsr nnssihlfi Pfinnncx x x Oi'hcluls have gathered evldenco that handa. Tho dragon is Just outside in Kansas. Iowa and Oregon Illegal our gate. We'll pay. but not in the itutts. manufacture is on the increase. way Germany wauts us to pay." Officials pointed out today that Capt. Simmons said the United System operators of the moonshiners In dry States are now State must send 5,000,000 men to and polite under trained to be are breaking not only Federal revenue France to mako any showing, "for and State prohibition laws, but also our enemy ls fortified by almost imall circumstances, but they will do tho food act forbidding use of grain pregnable forces." work if they meet with patience and and fruits In manufacture of liquor. politeness oh the part of the telephone Don't 1't Vour Cough Hiuik On. The open refusal or A cough that racks and weakens users. reluctance of many county sheriffs Is dangerous, it undermines your and other officials to assist govern- health nnd thrives on neglect. ment agents in running down moon- see the fact that you It nt onco with Dr. King's Now shiners was a factor in causing Com-- 1 Dscovery. Tnig soothing balsam rem- party should or the mlsslonor Iloper to announce the c,ly j,cai8 the throat, loosens the best you to overlook this. cause campaign. Tho enf-- of a North Cari,ieKm. its antiseptic properties kill olliui sheriff who refused aid on tho tho germ and tho cold Is quickly results come through the practice of ground that tho county officers wore broken up. Children and grownmutual courtesy. "in favor of whisky" was cited in this ups alike find Dr. King's New Disconnection. covery pleasant to take as well as et The voice with Ihe smile wins effective. Havo a bottle handy iu For Vour Child's Cough. your medicine chest for grippe, croup Here's a pleasant cough syrup that At affections. all bronchial every child Dices to take, Dr. Dell's and 3 druggists, GOo. If your child has AND a deep hacking cough that worries W.UTKl) (I MONTHS AND U 'Vr riy you givo him Dr. Bell's uikuipuiuii u xwwg; MII.NTTKS KOIt HIS MCH.NSK the soothing pine balsams reJ. MUNTKIt MATTIlinVS, MA.VAGKH, lIAItTKOIU, KY. lievo tho cough, loosous tho phlegm Oklahoma City, Okla.. Jan.2C and heal the Irritated tissues. Get a Six months ago John Honker at your druggist and bottle y a dlvorco from his wlfo, but it r 3 was stipulated that ho must wait six start treatuiont at once. 25c. O-- fe months heforo lie could wed again. WllKAThKKK AND A week ago ho appeared at tho ofllco MK.Vn.KSK IIAVS of tho district clerk and npplied for a marringo license. Ho wns told ho "Fifth Millers of flour nro to dis- must wait five moro days, his timo tribute their output through their being up at 10 o'clock In tho morncustomary channels and markets In ing. : such a manner that each city, town Promptly ut ton minutes after 10 and district may receive its usual o'clock on tho morning of tho fifth pioportlon. Tho wheat milloru havo day Hooker appeared at tho clork's boon required to produco ono barrel nlllce and demanded tho license. Ho of Hour (190 pounds) from 2CI paid ills $3 and got it. round-tri- p pounds of wlio'at. This h a white --a apply Hour and represents from two per I'KOTESTS ON hA FOLLRTTH following and in cunt (2 per cont) to four por cent Madison, Wis., Jan. 20. And (4 per cont) per higher extraction now it is the faculty of the UniverMOBILE. ALA. AUSTIN. TEX. than from lust yoar's harvvesst. sity of Wisconsin which has taken a DOUGLAS, AIJW. CORfiUS CHRISTI.TEX. "Sixth To assist further In "rap" at Senator Robert M. La HAVANA, CUHA DALLAS, TEX. Monday and Wednesday Tho instructors, at thulr JACKSONVILLE, FLA. VI. WORTH, TEX. lie observed as mooting, signed a statomont protestof each week nro to GALVESTON, TEX. TAMPA, FLA. wheatlc3s Cay a, mid one meal of each ing against tho utterances nnd acday as a wliuatloss meal. Tills ap- tions of La Follctto and deplored HOUSTON. TEX. LAKE CHARLES, LA. plies both In tho home nnd iu tho his nlllcgcd failure to support the NEW ORLEANS, LA. SAN ANTONIO, TEX, public eutlng placns, and on snob Bovomment. days nnd meals no crackors, pastries, daily April 30. on TOO JjATK TO ('IIANHU. luaccaroni, broakfust foods or othur May 31. coroal.1 containing wheat should bo (Hurpor'a) X uued. Liberal Tho only exception, to this allowed in . lu such Himill amounts of flour as "What woro you miyliiK, Homer?" may bo nosdud for thickening soups united u mothur of her old son. "1 was pruyinK (lod to hill till the address For rates, routes, or gravios, or ns u binder iu corn Germans; thou our mnn wouldn't bread or oUiur curoul broads. On whuatlass days, und huvo .tollsht." "Seventh . 7 "Oil! You must not pray to Clod und nt whoatluss muaU, the food ut jm that biead bale- - to 1.111 nil tlioao in on " itduitnlstratlon Div. Louisville. "1 cau't holp It now, 'cutuo 1 have ud in the homo ba other than whuat , ' bread U purchased ulieady said 'Amon. " bread Whoro aa moon-sliliiQia, ue-m-l g.xl-to- If you'd like to win, hut yhu till Soma quoar Mnleaes lMruid out you ciin't. by tho pupils of thu Methodist Girls' K'n almost a cinch you won'U school at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. If you think you'll loose, you'rd Id One can usually distinguish the nub-JuFor out of tho world we fina ami loll what the child tried to Success begins with u fellow's will say al least. It's all In the statu of mind. V.'lion the form of a verb is changIf you think you're outclassed, ed it is called cnngicgnllou. aro, The prime morldlau is called tho You've got to think high to rla eternal dato Hue. You'vo got to be suro of yourself .1 Gibraltar la thn keyuotn lu the foro you can ovor win a prli Modllerranoan. Life bnttioA don't always go The finest wheat that evor arap-pe- d To tlio strongor or fnster man;'! grows In It U5.il a. Hut soon or late the man who wli The masculine spinster Is haro. Is the one who thing ho cnu. He had nothing eu sxegit a sward and he wsjs naannoil. $100 Reward, $100 A wlfo I the ujutt (apposlta) of The lenders of this tinner will tba haahaud, pleased to learn that thcro Is nt le Tha fUao van taken by slarni and ono (trended illxrnso tlmt science born nbla to cure In nil Its stngM Umudsr. Catarrh Haijamla rranklU laaked vary tlmt ls catnrrli. constitutionaltolntj greal conditio! Inlliienccd by rcmilrcs conntltinlon.il treatment. Hal faany with his alulhaa bahlnd aid a Catarrh lledlclno In taken Internally niv loaf uf broad In his mauth. nets thru tho Illooil on tho Mucous Bur faces of tho System thereby destroylni The oat was this and aalo. jc. clvlni: tb tho foundation of t li Gibraltar ls knowa aa tha kafholn pallrnt strenstb by Imlldlnif up the ron siiiution nnu nssis'iiu; imiure in doing in of Hiiglaad. work. Tho proprietors havo so much fnltli In tho curntlve powers of Hall' St. Ualena ia a place where Catarrh Medicine tlmt they offer Oi haal haaa flmlaUUnd. Hundred pou.irn for any rnse inni u rail ror list or lefiimoniais,. 10 euro, Tba Barbarian state aro Moroo-cAddress T J. CIIRNrV fie CO.. TOIcfl Algiors, Tripoli and Tails. umo. sold by an Druggist, c. Qtoen Vlatoria ralguo GO yoars. alia wns the longest sovordlga that "FALHK I'ROIMIHT" UN1W 1,111 ovor ruled In England. A (rog Ic a bug with four legs. It Patterson, N. J., Jaa. 23 Hal utauds up In front aud sits down be- ing prophesied that "the kala Yor!d Oitlook hind would dlo January IS" and spondont hoeaaso tha emporor fal cd to make tha prophecy goc Lombardus Mullor, a retired sa aptaln, killed blmsolf by shoe inc. here yesterday Ho left a nol For Infants and Children beea fall In Use Over Years which read: "I haro have aslime prophet, therefore I Always bears against God." the Sig nature of ct CASTOR lA For 30 &k y PrlC. Children Cry CASTOR A Telephone Courtesy The amount out of over telephone out and 1 Ten-nins- " - - The BELL patient better Ko-Ile- The operator cannot other The not y. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY I Vfi4irra luumbi win ilk Ann.nm NOW ON SAL.B vja r..o utRt:i5 t Illinois Central Railroad fares Winter Tourist many other points to the the South: Fol-lutt- e. sale until Tickets Return limit stop. over privileges both directions. t etc, P. W. HHRLOU. . vvm Passenger Agent, MrtfeM 4 3ESIGEHT ISSUhS CHEETAHS USED FOR HUNTERS Are Regarded an the Swlftcit of Ani niOD PROCLAMAT This Is Our Winter of Test malsCombine Spetd, Courage and Stalking Ability. hys, Wednesdays And M"al Each Dy To Be Whcatloss. American stock breeders lire being Exact Copy of Wrapper. hcwvorrcit?. asked to "conserve their flocks nnd THCCrNTAUfVCOMPANr herds In order to meet Kurope's treSSZS22I2E2 A Miinll, rather man mendous demands for meats during the wnr and probably for many years entered a newspaper office and afterward. 'the clerk. win iimin'ir "Are you the man who tnkes In. soTho United .States food admlnls-- ' ciety news?" he queried with nn ap- trntlon reports Unit American stock pealing look. raisers havo shown n disposition to "Yes, sir." cheerfully replied tho with the government In In-- I young man nt the desk. "L can take creasing tho nation's supply of live nny kind of news. Whut have you btock. got?" Germany today Is probably better No Money "Why, It's Just this way," said the Mipplled inAilvnnco oth-with caller, lowering his voice. "My wife er Kuropean live stock than Any Ger- I Sntisfac nntloti. When the gave a party ln"t night. It wns a brillion Gunx man nrniles made their big advance nffnlr, and I am willing to liant en toed and then retreated lr-- I pay to havo this report of It put In the Into Francotlie LfiwestNe4 tlinllv all onltte In (ho Invmlnil ) f "i-n','T ker approximately l.SOO.000 charge anything for ;, "We , pruIdo Htifflcent c.real food llshlng society news" explnlnud pub i't the Hues. In v - pnl.lir cnling hoitr., dealois Terms A Y8 clerk, nt the Willie time taking the Hut In F.ncland where 2,1(10,000 1'iuf.ii'turiTH should substitute proffered umnucrlpt and looking It t"i l acres of pasture lands have been turn-- ' put toe . vegetable, corn, barley, over. ed into grain Holds t lie hepils o t , nd i!ip product, and the mix-"- f Route 3. t nil right," was the reply. are decreasing rapidly. cattle of the From Fm. "That's $$& P. A. STAF1CK One tory Direct - this up d broad and other products' "You don't get nu. I wroteCliCSIC'NT lv Sam L. Stevens, Beav2nd District icasens apparently Is the declining " t''." Iial.i rs i which contain au myself, nnd I put In u line that sttys maximum price scale adopted by the er Dam. UKYOUJl 'Mr. Halfback assisted his distin- Kngllsli as follows: For September, :Jrd District Q, B. Brown, Stnimous. ultturo of othor ceroid. i B) unVr that roastuutloii ijity guished wife til receiving the gueM..' 17.7 pur 100 pouiidtf: Oitober.SI7.2S; Kit District G W. Rowe, Conter- HtS SM fc(f Hbld M'il So qwj wum go In, way It 30 davs' freo trial. In- ybur Wo will ship you r Tjeautlful Stares. November and Dd'cmhef, $10.03; .Inn- ro'irtifcd to tins stent, Mondavi That's' the enre-wh- Pwiint coatto town. upon, 13 fill tin nnd 1 don't v I, lary, $H.-I0- . The elTect of these prices Bill District W C.'Daugherty.Ealzo f home. Ko cash ptyment Oays. If, at AU wa nsi: that time,ouyou 'II play II nd it use J v.. iiKdays should be observed t.H' pnj of tho test tlil.-- piano for 30 do not 8 nnd don't care what tho cost Is. I U s day, each week, ami wnnt my friends to- kuow, by Ueorge, was to drive beef nnlmnls dn the marlonea inai you nave ninesi grade, rveetesi are at am' imam pianc in every way, and we will, In uver town. e nd Ift)a-k-- , neon for the n.on?y, yen perfcs llb'-rto that ket as soon as possible. i!t day should lie ob-- I that I still belong to the ii ii fic'gl.t 's W. S. Dean, Dundee. t!i DWrict eent. ray the sale. both ways. T "Vi aiaics Pi .no must znal;e good with you, "" Jo France the number of cuttle ns or there Is no a. :i v.lioatlnm nieul. -,-B. F. Rico, Fordavlllo. Mugnzlne. well as the quality havo shown au 7th DIsti let Kasy Psymenls Savo $150.00 cr Msro loth homes Mid pubU eating B. C. Rhoades, Hart enormous decline during the war. 8tli DMrlct Wo iJilp dirc-- t to ou from our cash down, but 20 it Of" T'ni piiy nooaa begin piymentafter the days i i order to reduce tho con- pi i ford,. Route 5. lohere France bad 1 l,S07,000 heifd of Oil the Skin Also. prices tlut ac veo upward! p J160.09 tit L on Hal, , mi of pork and shoep to (jrnlsli terms cmj LugKestcJ by a plana coit ot your 'i fti, ii In dugcrlblng the iiifrnn. by w filch rattle In 1HK5, she now has only 12,-HARTFORD. Thc-i.i r. terms are arranged to" jou a better pi. no fir the nmny than you en t.i.. t. TiM'sday should bo oh-- i the T'luxviilhinx, before contact with IMl.tKH). n decrease of 10.C per cent. r n.;: jour cor.vrntv.'.e, ani It It possible fCr ou re atsured of rilririe elie'tiicre. Mayor J. E. Bean. a piano fur Ktbiictory twrvt toned durable li!f cral wltlout j on t only r ii .itli day in each week. civilized peoples brought about the And France Is today produi-luiUno. mi .. ' tip tiMioey. Clerk J. A. Howard. ( iilco iiu'al should be ob- - deterioration of this splendid race, oue gallon of milk compared to. two Slarck OK.Vn-sf Police Judge C. M. Crowe. gallons before the w;ur. kept their skins in healthy condition, and In ouch day; while in rs ?8?fiano& art Zui- - tiand E. P. Casebler. Etry fitirck P:ano ll V. MncClaughe.v says In the Scientific Denmark and Holland have been .Marshal In uach wuok ahotild Htrck riaer-llanotlo (ruanntred 19r 15 yean. We lute coabtun ti 01 hind te I cat and nirwt l,cautl-tu- t "forced to sacrifice dairy herds for beef KOCKPORT. 7!it Cunrant a luijre nun r of ' sbtly obd Itti btcii furl 'i' i l)i' observed aa a day upon Monthly that they not only bathed i PI'tcr li.i the pini.o it alt ot It our S3 3'ean of pi.nn dally In the sea and In fresh water, because of the lack of necessary feed. and iOU mu ue win. U Micro Hhonlil be no conmimp n 8tV:et iviin the many C; Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. ixpeiluce, inl the atanilaru nukes Ukoi In Close study ot the F.uropean meat ei but oiled their bodies with coconut of nn for rT Swrok chuive Iiatuni of theae tlr.n hi pork prodiictD. i Clork Rushing Hunt. responsible' pwn The fol'jw- situation has convinced the Food Adoil. and woiiderfiil and oconomy In tho uho Police Judge John T. Jackeon. will be pleav-I lot; are a tew urr.ple bargains i with thp Commenting on this Intter practice, ministration thnt the future problem 50 frse Kunio le.-.low prices at hicb wetcr 5U0.CO ar will be neeeaaary until lutor the Journal of the American Medical of America lies largely In tho produc of Marshal Will Langford. th.) can be secured. Lsssans pteinway 9300 In tlio J oar. Association says the effectiveness of tion of meat producing nnlmnls and BEAVER DAM. Pinna Occ!c Cluckeriag 90.03 To eery pnrchiscr of Ii Is itnperntivo that all wnt bathing Is well recognised today, "but dairy products rather than In the proSen-Starck l'uno, vi give free tor our mvfs Kimball 05.00 Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnney. d music leons, in one of unquestionable' duction of cereals for eNport when we fnll-tpliaj reiillre the and ii'ioccHhary roimuinptlnn of till Starck i05.00 the best known "chooli in bnoi: which jive3 you a Clork D. Baker Rhoads. war will have ceased. i rt Chlctgo. These ssons you large amount ol informaft foodntuffg xlioiild bo rigidly merit In the Injunctions with oil that the Send for our latest complete Police Judge J. M. Porter. ran take In jour own home, tion regarding pianos. This undoubtedly confer a suppleness uud bargain list. elm I l.itt'd l.y mail. This repuscntt book ulll intcrcit and pliancy to the skin quite contrary to Marshal R. F. Stevens. on year's free Instruction. ' TIm- inuliitonuuco of tho hoalth please you. Write today. detergent notion of tin BRITISH GOVERNMENT the cMrenie 1.113 c;ini-r- - Tti.irt.. r.Tnr.AfznJ FOUDSVII.1.E. A. STARCK PIANO CO., own people fa vitally necos-,rof ir WA K .' i K not without hygienic water hath. illrtf Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. tliiio, and thoro Hhould significance It the skin Is normally at that KELPS PAY FOR BREAD Clerk Olla Cobb. ' ri) ilniu;eroiiH rcutrictlon of tho lubricated by a subaceous secretion k Pollco Judge C. P. Kessinger. xupjily; but tho ollminution of which the bath tends to remove, often fc p. 'fry Hor( of uniito and the aulmti-tiitioMarshal Grant Pollard. with to a degree no There has been much mlsunder- of othor i titnudlug about tbu brend program In coiuiuodltto of u perfect epidermis." OFIIC1AD SCHOOL CALENDAR. which vo havo moro iiluin'dnnt mil England. It Is true that the English man buys n loaf of bread for less tinm County Hoard of Education. I lies for thorn whloli wo nood to a;ive Has Never Been Captured. Throughout tho little kingdom of an American can, but It Is poorer E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. mil In no way Impair tho ativi i;ih !j Mir people mid . ill uimlilo m in Liechtenstein, which lies between bread, and the British government Is DIv. No. 1 J. M. -- Hoover. Hartt tho most prosttlnK obllKiitlofiH Switzerland nnd Austria, nro many paying ?20'J,000,00d a year toward the ford, Ky. shrines, little crosses, and crumbling cost of It. Div. No. W. Duff, Fordsville, o' i'io war grain grown In Great BritAll ensiles. One of the latter, beside tho 'I t tin. (lore, in tho national n - village of Hnlf.ors, has stood 1,000 years ain Is the over by the government Ky. taken SJf .ir tho liberty of er.ii n. iiivd never Dlv. No. 3 If. L. Carter, Narrows, Hi" has been captured. The at nu arbitrary price uud the Imported upin ii'Ty loyal Amurlomi 'o (ak'3 Swiss tried to take It in 1400 wheat purchased on the markets at Ky. Baize-towfiilb to huort tuo tjiiKgo'tiio'i-- lt from Its Imron. Overlooking the Rhine, the pro tilling market price. This Is Div. No. 4 H. O. Autry, il. are Iflni; rlicitldtoil i.: "Mo the ruins recall the days when (timed over to tho mills by the governKy. ! 'i,i i.ini't, Ur.itlt'ii and flf you have Ycri can ba a success, and a big success, i robber barons extracted n lorlff from ment at a price thnt allows tho adulDIv, No. 5 Otis H. Stevens, Beavof terated I m. folio . ii .ii tK() it n'l every boat which passed In front to sell war bread loaf two four pounds er Dam, Ky. pound loaf at 18 cents, tho - t.1 hodv ,r of their domains. Most of tlm Inhabit at 0 cents uud the one pound lout at 0 Dlv. No. ' C Nat LIndloy, Center-tow- $ AMBITION, KREIIGY, NERVE. ili lit "la' tho f. ants are fanners. They grow Has, Ky. u.'IIin. mIio I iivii .alio. i m li Tlie road to success is easy if you are properly cents. in with the Kood mnlzc.'npplc.s, pears, jilunis, nnd .ii'ra'Ku Time of Meeting 1st Monday In In Franco, under conditions someLiechtenstein practically ext A l"l 'I Iftl'.l I'.lO Hi prepared. A Business Education is tho chief requisite I' of milk, what similar, but with a larger ex- Februury: let Monday In April; 1st Its own I i'.tl)'i. will i.i : m;llie;i ists onand wlue. bread, cheese, on Its traction, the four pound loaf bells for Monday In' Juno; 1st Monday In AuI'm honey Cnttlo grazo for preparedness. The big men ot today almost with--otheir erforts uud will tak'o It ns a fertile meadows and tho tlrs of the 10 cents. gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st part of their burden In this porlod mountains furnish wood for heat. exception aro tho men who prepared yesterday. Monday In December. of national service to v'j tlu.t tho MAKING MEATLliSS County Board ot Examiners E. S. We prepare you for tho position that are yuithi dwjrved above miKgoEtlons nr3 DAYS PERMANENT. Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, MrsTD. W. The Elephant. tlirguRhout tho land Nature supplies elephants with for the prepared manor woman. School 1 session Duff. woonuov; WILSON tusks ns weapons for defonso ns well In the inentle.ss menu there Is a ferJan. 25 and 2G Common School g the entire yoar. Pupils may entor at any .time and Tho WVIti llouso, Jnniiary.lt IS." us for uprooting trees In search for tile Held for developing new and Diploma Examination. J food. Their small eyes nro supplied dishes, according to E. II. Nile, O-May 10 and 11 Common School' receive proper classification. with n nictitating film to rid them of writing In tho Hotel Gazette, who be- mlr,un LVrimliinllnn t Clear Away Tho Wnstt. lUllllillUlli Hinull tiles. Tloy tuke mud lieves thnt tho present bhortngo ot tlfflUIIIU dirt uud May 17 and IS County Toucher' Dowel regulnrlty la tho secret of baths to btniul off the turn nt Its hot-tomeat and fatsAwlll not end with tho oyos, cloar pood health, bright ns well ns to keep off tho many coming of peace, but may grow moro Examination (white). May 24 and 25 County Tetu'hera' uud Dr. King's Now Life small insects which niiiioy (hem. Na- aeiitu uud continue for llvu or sl Fills aro a mild and gentle laxative ture ill wo provides a number of biunll years, thus making It worth while to tfxatuiiiuiloit (colored). iuvttlop menus of grain, vegetables them June 22 and 23 County and State that regulates tho bowU and ro- birds which btny on (lies coiitlnuully, and ilsili on u moro or 1cm permanent uud othor Ins tho congested Intestines by re-- !! living tm the Mimll TtsnehmV Examination (white). ll, v Imsui. Meat etui bcroplHeed by ctu'Ottis, sects found on their hacks. (Inco'ri)ort)d) ioe the accumulated Vaateg with-- i June 2S and 20 County and State $ only oqrml In combat and other protein foods, or nitty lut ' pill buforo ra- - Is The olopluintj griping. Take n nomination (oolortMl). g usuervd In very uinull isinlniiti oh a lit- - Ttai ln-- i tho rliiuacurot, but wither Sc i ' tulug uud hat liMvy head, that dull ally bolllgnroutly IiicIIuui1v(owiu1 tlm urlug for otlier fixxl. In luukir up '" and 21 -- qounty and SMato OWEMSBQRO. KY. . prlr g fover foelliy; dlsAjipMrs. Get other. Tho uleulwiit's only iumlly y amitltw momiB tliis nuthor ii.hIs our Tv.i Fainliidtion (wkiU). lUiii-iy- i Anii.iii.in t'l'ivK' and southern Dr Kuig'& Next Uft lMllf at yeurj Is thy human Ivory Imiitor. ' atept. .' and it, . uum) ju1 9tto a bitud lLid fur :utuiluii.Qu. ' g 3 t T;i:L-.- . H li-3nirgist, 25c. Cai.Whh (colored). tlnild-Iookln- iimgion, Jan. The fol-- li 'irniliimntlon whs Iwiteil by president Wilson on fjud ' C i nationV PROCLAMATION. ' M.uiy cause have conlrll uted ( rr ato the iieoomlty for a more Intci Ive offort on tho part of our p to wivo food In ordrr that w i y hupply our associates In tho w.ir .itli tho HiiHtdnnnro vitally 110- c i, lo them In thPHO days of prl- v I' i oud KlruM. Tho rcdncod pro- i' ii iwty (if F.urpu because of tho dlver-doni of lo tr war, tin' pHrtlnl failure of hur- 2M nnil tho elimination of tlm r ore markets f)r food- 'tiffs through tho doslructiui of hipping, places tho burdeii of their very largely on our ubsdstcnc' eJiouldcrs Tho food hdnili Istratloi hni 'jrr.uilotcd suggestions which. If followi'd, will cnnhlo us to humiI this great responsibility, without, any rral liiconvcnicnco on our part. In orl'.cr Hint wo may rrd'K" of v. (wit mid nr whcit production by 30 pur cont a reduction Imperatively necessnry to prut-ldtho supply for ovorsoas whdlt .ilcrs, Jobbers nnil retailers rho.i'd purchiiKO mid lenell to their cj turners only 70 per font, of tho ri loiintB used In Hi 1 7. All mniiii-f- a turtrs of ulluiontnry lxutos, bls--ci t crackers, pnstry and broak-f- j ' C'fiiiN should reduro tholr consumption I inline- and of .iiid wheat Hour to 70 per cont O nvl t bakers of broad and rolls II ' ir i r cont. of their currant u Consumers should iiic.it ihflr purchases of wheat prod-t f'jr homo preparation to 70 per c nt of thosn of Inst yoar, or, w.ii i buying broad, should purchase it tx d ci rr.il bread from the bat 1 man-power t i ro-quro-..m Tho fnotoct nnltnnl on four legu la wld to Ih tho cheetah or hunting OrtVINO food Is n towhich la part of tin- - pxtnhllKh-inen- t rn! probCm for each of ninny nu Indian 'noble, Trices community. Tho cheetnh Is u lull, runny "potted and deflnlt rules for cut us Inrfie im the A merlon puiiin nud every oue cannot bo Id tho only out of Ihn lnrt,'o eatu whloh formulated. It linn been domenllented so that It may Is it duty for bo controlled In tho open Held by tho each ono to voice of man. cat only so TIiIh hunting cut Is n wonderful comas Is mu,ch bination of fjpceil, coin-agnecessary to and sttilk-In- g ublllly; Indeed, the chief weakness maintain the of IimitliiK Hh tho cheetah ns u sport human body Is thnt tho cheetah does everything nealthy nnd strong. This winter and Iiiih all the fun. of 1018 Is the period when Is to Any traveler who visits nn Indian ho tested he In America whether our people nro capable of vojiotcntute In tho excellent liuntltiK luntary Individual sifrrlflco lo iiIoiik the foothills of tho Illinn-layiio savo the world. That Is tho will bo feiiro to be taken limitJiiK of tho organization of the with the prince's ClieetnliH. Those for-nUnited States Fond Administrahunts nro Kprclally dull, ns tion by voluntary effort to prothe pnme Is coinnionly driven by bent-cr- s vide the food that the world almost under the nose of the cat, needs. which merely butchers It. On more informal hunts, however, there Is much U. S. FOOD AD.MriSTltATION maneuvering with the cart In which the cheetahs are hold until the animals sec the quarry, which Is usually some sort of deer. Then the cheetah Is unbonded nnil either proceeds by nn elaborate stalk to approach nnd kill tho deer or If It Is close to make one of those lightning rushes from which Europe's Meat Supply 'Must Come nothing on earth Is fleet enough to escape. Occnhlonnlly n buck, taken by From America. surprise, will turn and catch the springing cat upon his horns, thus Warring Nations Have Depleted Live turning tho tables completely. Stock at Enormous Rate, Evei Killing Dairy Cattle For Food. IN PUBLICITY HE BELIEVES o is B pur-pos- 7 nruiiKii recent iiivestlgiiiiimn by ttiu mining burqnu, tmys Coimnejro It Is learned that the total producing capacity of Japanese steel mills was 838,000 tons, In round figures, last August, according to the Japan Advertiser. During ijie first half of the past year 280,000 tons of various shaped were 'produced in this country, exclusive of the colonies. Of this amount J0O.00O tons were produced by the government steel works. The Japan Steel Tube Co. turned out 21,000 tons; tho Jnpan Steel Works, 14,000 tons; tho Knwnsakl Dockynrd Co., 12,000 tons; nnd the KamnlshI Stee.1 Works, 10,000 tons. Tho Advertiser quotes olllclnls as 6nylng that nt the end of the past year the products of those mills reached 070,000 tons net. Compared with the preceding year this Is an Increase of CO per cent. If this rntc of Increase Is maintained, 1018 will sec n further Increase nt least to SuO.000 tons net. lie-port- s, ffaBEHW "t"'W ' iMmmMMUsaesxMmKmxtrfm: - ?: t Jw ' i 11 c F s - ..-- ., : irv naiUBWM :S inn Wml IPO. tH '.Afc. PfflU Jeffi vim p 12-- i- $h .. l--' ,oni.7 9iuiai!Ui r.nnnr.-.- 1 PKR CENT. 'I AVe$oMfcfrepam!ipnrarAs-siinitaliflvjll creed by Dowels Aiiipl cf. mmm' Tcr Tnffnt im Jill" ar' Cv;!"r.. ii iMiiwinmawiii 8rs Know That k mmm "k f MO t.1? 4 n WI 3 -- , feci . : n Alwayi Bears tho ThcrcliyrfonioiJnPiiicbtion ' Cheerfulness andRcslContatis neither Oplain.MorphlncnJr iiinernl. Not ravneo i Signature A of 'X B 00000000000000000 couht nmnc'xonv. ' JlecfftefOUffeSlTMnTCSa MitfSrttl JilturbmutaSvU AW tv In p.t I hrtrmrl i ooooooooooooooooo CIRCUIT COURT. ft YK libArpmimr ' A i,nfnfiil Remedy for Consllpnlion and Diarrhoea. nnd fcvwisnm --Loss Judge R. W. Slack, OwenBboro. Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hartford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Master Commissioner Otto C. Mar- resulting lhcrcfromanJ7rMSinfflcSIinaWfrf f of Sleep iv 9 .1 (Rf 'IT - j Unn tsse For Over tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. Cal P. Keown, NEW yuivj Thirty Years Dutiful Husband Assists Wife In Receiving, nnd Wants His Friend3 to Know It. I ,,,.'" ,,,,' ,,,,, 1 1st Monday In March 12 days Com'th. and Civil. 1st Monday In May 12 dayg Civil. 1st Monday in July 12 days Com'th. nnd Civil.' 3d Monday In September 12 days Civil. 4th Monday In November 12 days Com'th. and Civil. COUNTY COURT. Meets first Monday In each month. Judge Mack Cook. County Att'y. A..D. Kirk. Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Jailer Worth Tichenor. ' Assessor D. E. Ward. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Coroner Dr. A. B. Rlloy. KISCAIj COURT. Meets Tuesday after first Monday In January, April nnd October. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, tt????cvuerw:mxr' r zr Fact Pllillfii fugl - CSgJJJErV. m DAYS ' PBPi? TRIAI Jf'?r0P ?M l nbao-lutcl- y i - family."-nipplnciilt- ' tfr, vo-- -' lf-"f- 1 gja.-an(c- e 5 ' p - mltll-f-.U'ird- ono-hiil- Srlns u-- econl-han- rcpu-tttle- Pli-KiiC- V v l ifhitt-ate- J- - second-han- - v I. ,., j lunger-compatibl- e -- lion Can Be Wh aieyer M-- 20. Yoii want To n, 1 - ..-d- ' if n, y vege-tnble- s. ut Hour-Ibhlu- st com-plixlo- HSlifeiBS S life - . on-am- 'CW'H J ''si'f "r ' ' " .S niVWfffi."!K,TO -- T .. ROIIiKI) DOWN. "The Hartford Tho lattat adTlco3 from Ocrmnny Indlcato that a poaco strike of largo proportions Is In progress. It Is reported that a,hnlf million men in Published Weekly by . HABTFOIU) PRINTING COMPANY Berlin nlono have thrown down their tools and refused to work. Soldiers Incorporated W. S. TINSLEY, havo rofusod to obey orders to fire SMITH, JB, B. a. on strlkor. It reports of striking President troubles In Austria nnd Gormnny Editor tiro rcllalilo tho end of tho war may lrrjNRV THOMAS S8HN wo havo expected. ST. H. TINSIiEV, Associate Editor he ncaror thnn unl Business Manager. A bill that has tho approval of Gov. Stanloy Is to bo Introduced pro5'jtfrcil nfcordlng to Inw nt the 1'oMofnro viding for taking tho Louisville poUAttlorJ, Ky., ns nwll BinHrr ol the econil Tho Governor lice out of politics. lOOti, ovldontly Is in favor of taking the to policemen out of Republican politics. Address all communications Tho board of Pollco Commissioners Republican. Tkt Hartford Is to bo composed of tho Stato Fire Marshal and. two other commissionNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS anbwerHjT dmlrtng the lister font to a new ers to bo appointed by tho GovornoY iddrma most give the old adtlrcax In ranking tb nt a salary of $3,500 a year. It will tqn't. nt least furnish somo additional Botlnotm Locnla and Notices 10c per lino and So juicy plums at the expense of the tax tor each ndilltlonnl Incertlon. c line Resolution and Card otThink5c payers. Obltunrlen. Republican HOSIH PKRSONS I 1IAVI1 KNOWN. Clalro. llT 1. Soc-Trca- line, money In ndvonce. Onnrch Notices lor services free, but otber ultertlsements, 5c per line. Anonjmona communications will receive no Mention SSIiSPIIOlTEa. Turmeio' Uutuol Cvim'borlaii.a. FRIDAY 123 CO 1 FKBRUARV The strongest argument against per woman suffrage- is eighty-fiv- e eont of tho women, God bless 'cm. can stand for tho heatlcss day, the wheatlcss day and tho meatless day, but it is the oatless day wo dread. W Since the legislature has declared th death knoll of liquor in Kentucky Mara Henry may now turn the hoi; in n Mis This country is just now marching with quickened step toward a strongly centralized federal government. The days of state rights nro behind us. For twenty years now tho people havo beon clamoring for tho now They nnd tho novel in government. want what they want quickly nnd effectively. Tho stato route was too slow. Undo Sam's blanket would cover moro territory, and his authority commanded moro respect. So tho cry of "let Undo Sam do it" was raised, and today Undo Sam Is leaving little to tho states .beyond their village ordinances. From strongly concentrated power it is but a step to despotism, and we ns a nation arc now headed in tho direction of autocracy. And the ranting roforntors did it. Thoro is nothing in recent developments in military matters to warrant tho hopo of an early ending of tho war. With Russia out of tho war Germany finds herself able to additional throw throo million troops to the western front with tho opening of the spring campaign, nnd the allies will be forced to the severest trial yet demanded to hold tho ground now occupied. Tho spirit of tho German nation Is not yet broken, nnd poaco in Russia and tho brilliant campaign in Italy havo stiffened tho hopes of tho German nation. If the spirit of tho German and Austrian people hold It means probably several years more of war. Recent news troui Austria Indicate that country is exhausted and war weary, anil t'io one faint hope for peace is that Aus tria may fall completely do.n .is Rti- sla did, and thus end tho conflict. Rut time and events alone can determine when tho end will come. mint bed. An effort is being made in Mississippi to abolish the legislature. Why docs not somebody start a similar commcndablo movement In Mnchlnory Is on tho ground for drilling an oil well near Short Creek, I know a mnn of whom It was aald In Grayson county. upon his death that ho had nnvor dnno n wrong In his llfo nor mnclo an Samuel Gompors, president of thn o!i'my, upon which a wag reniarknd, American Federation of Labor. Is "That mnann ho wasn't worth it domandlng n universal cvoh hour dnm," and the wng rl?ht, beday for labor. came ho loft a pauper widow anil nomo worthless, nomo criminal chilFourteen Spies hnTO been shot In dren. A purely nrgatlra character this country since war was declared was noror worth tho spaco ho occupies in tho cemetery, much less In .iainst Germany. real llfo. Tho sovorlty of tho winter, closing almost all out of door work, has I know a man that few people resulted In unusual petty thievery lovod, becnuso ho loved nobody IIo and houso breaking throughout the was a hard master of tho men that country. lived out of his wago, and ho cared llltlo whethor they had a crust of Total war loans of the United broad. Hut ho bulldcd Industries States to tho allies amount now to and found shorter routes to tho eco 14,247,400,000. nomic dovelopmcnt of his community, and left It a hcrltago that was a Charles B. Falrchllds, Secretary of monument to his Initiative nnd entho Treasury In President Cleve- terprise. Tho end justified tho land's cabinet, advises that tho Unit- means, and ho wns, after all, worth ed States mnko Itself tho Prince of while. Nations by making tho allies a present of tho $5,000,000,000 wo have I knew a man the solo craving of loaned them. This liberal donor of whoso mind and tho ono lust of tho public's money would make the whoso heart was getting money, nnd princely gift because tho allies have ho got it. All tho years of his llfo been fighting our battles for us. wero dovotcd to tho ono purpose, and tho ono prldo of his heart wns Tho vnluo of tho annual production tho measure of his wealth and the of poultry nnd eggs In tho United ono weakness of his prido was to States exceeds $600,000,000. flaunt it in the faco of tho public. He row old and arrogant, and died with In an air raid on London Monday out knowing that tho world that persons were killed fawned at bis feet hated and despisnight forty-seve- n nnd 1G9 Injured. Ono German air- ed him. plane was bruoght down in flames. 1 know a man who did only small Tho Liberty Theater, a handsome things but ho did tho small things and commodious play house for the well, nnd yet never knew ho was doentertainment of the soldiors, was ing moro than life required of the opened at Camp Taylor Monday humblest citizen. And a great comnight. pany of mourners followed his hearse to tho cemetery. The assessed valuation of the property of Warren county roso from I know a man whom everybody $13,000,000 under tho old law In cheated and mistreated, and who 1917 to $21,000,000 under tho new cursed tho world because it would law for 191 S. not love him. Ho died on the gal-lo- I. Tlie Best Sale I -- . Mr ra of All ! I BEiXWHSSJBKSlllkVia First quality Staple Merchandise, and an abundance of it, at REASONABLE PRICES WARM AND COMFORTABLE MUNSINGWEAR UNION SUITS in Underwear OUTING SHIRTS. grey arid blue. cotton and wool. Separate garments in wool, cotton rib and fleece lined. FAULTLESS FLANNEL NIGHT FLANNEL SHIRTS in SWEATER COATS. "STRONGER THAN THE LAW" and and "OUR FAMILY" everyday SHOES. National song . week, beginning with Washington's birthday, will bo in Kentucky. Now we observed move to make ground hog day a national holiday. Nine and a half million pounds of I'ryor tobacco have been sold on the I knew a woman whose son never uwensuoro market at an avoragogdld a wrong, and he Is now In state price of $13.97 per hundred pounds, prison. I Prices today- are cheap, compared witH the Fall 1918 quotations - it looks like tho timo might soon come when wo would get up mornings, wash our faces, comb our hair and sit down to wait for an order from Washington for the breakfast menu. For patriotism's sake we arc rilling to scratch our throat with corn cakes Monday mornings provided Wilson, Hoover, et als, will do likewise. "Lst us hear from the Presidential kitchen. The Kentucky senate, by a veto of I know a woman whose husband'? 2G to 4 passed a bill forbidding tho clothes wont uncreascd, whoso din shipment of liquor into dry tcrri-- . new wero lato and suppers cold. Sh" tory. is a widow now, i Carson & Company HARTFORD. KENTUCKY Tho war department at WashingI know a girl who thought Hint ton ii considering he proposition of mother did not know. She culling an additional army of a mil-- 1 now, but It Is too-la- te Ion men within a fow months. thinks-differentl- 1 were VlArWWftWlrVM5WWr HARIIOR TIIRKATKXKI). River Craft In Mouth of ;rccu Several gasollno InunchoH A Hint to the Aged. If peoplo past sixty years of .igu could bo persuaded to go to bed as soon as they tako cold and remain W1IV NOT ,IAII, H'ATTRRSON? in bed for ono or two days, they Wb.pl ever omor shortcomings may Only a few weeks ago government ".Vould recover much moro quickly. bo charged to tho Kentucky Iesi?!a-tur- e It is at icast patriotic. It ad- olllclals wore throwing men into Jail especially if they take Chamberlain's journed ovei ?:.iiiday to save fuel for exercising a ccnutry old privi- Cough Remedy. Thero would al30 The losa to the ite in salaries wis lege of cirtlclsing public officials, and be less danger of tho cold being folnow comes Henry Wattcrson, tho lowed by any of tho moro serious $1,300, but It saved tho coal. diseases. in great editor of the Courier-Journa- l, The Louisvillo Times says that Con- and talks right out in meetln' about TIIK WKKIC IX KL'NTCCKV. gress is only mcdling and delaying the Presidont and the bureaucratic tho President In tho conduct of tho heads of governments. Heavy rains in tho mountain secwar, and it should be ni'ollohed Uut In a signed editorial in Monday's does l.ot tho Times know that tho Courier-JournMr. Wattcrson ven- tion of the state Monday, swelled tho Kentucky and upper Cumberland President abolished tho Congress tures this plain speaking: "Tho along with tho cabinet several years Courier-Journhns been saying that rivers to tho flood stago, nnd hunago. they seem to be doing all they can dreds of thousands of dollars worth at Washington to make tho war un- of property was destroyed. $ gorges breaking,, swept down If the officials and citizens of tbi." popular and tho administration '.-ouand moved all beforo Jnwn want to break up (ho bootleg'Tim recent Garfield order was with fury, ging business it cnil bo duud Wo a (striking example of vory many ex- them. Jackson, in Hrcathitt counknow how It can be suppressed, but amples. If it wero tho. only way, tho ty, was tho worst sufferer, tho entire swept wc are not willing to "go it a', mo " fault lay with lack of foresight and valley section of the city being away. At Rurnsides the Cumberland Kvory community gels Just such pi'o-- . provision. In any event It betrayed sixty-fiv- e feet In a few lie order as It is willing to stand tor, a shocking lack of common sense. river rose hours. and that ia Jiu best it deserves. Hut every fad Is justified by tho war. Wo nro not yot fairly unUmbered for Clerk of JefPress Ray, Wo aro a candidate for tho distinclighting, yet wo must.bo put in a ferson county, has been appointed to tion of being tho promoter of world- 3tale of siego as if tho wolf wore wide frcl.lhiiion, and hereby launch at our door. The fault lies largely tho vacancy In tho Surveyor of the Ho sucA tho propaganda. conflagration with tho President, who at least Port's office nt Louisville. that leaps county and state line? makes no effort to thlrk his respon- ceeds Warnor S. Klnkead, decoased. needs but to bo fanned to cross na- sibility. He Rooms one of thoso The now Surveyor's first act was the reappointment of Thomas Swcatt, tional boundaries, mountain rangin "who want to do It all." That In formerly of Morgantowu, special depand ocean barriers. Lct us go on to why ho has surrounded hlmsolf with uty collector. world-wid- e. a cotorlo of errand boys instead of a Wo aro not living In cabinet. Threo suits, each asking for $35,-00- 0 McKcnzio Mo3s, Circuit Judge of a beleaguered a walled town damages against tho L. & S. tho Rowling Green district, so far fortress to be put on rations. railroad, were filed In the Nelson hoenis to lead tho aspirants for the Is Food conservation admirable "ircult Court. Tho suits grow out Ropubllcan Senatorial nomination. It will introduce thrift. It will of the .Shophcrdsvlllo train wreck of Ron L. Iirunor, of Louisvillo, Judge euro waste. Hut, as its official pro few weeks ngo, nnd aro to recover Charles Kerr, of Lexington, and tyrranouf, li damages for porsons killed In tho Judgo Ed C. O'Roar, of Frankfort, mulgation becomes A panic. state ul war wreck. It Is expected that suits aro also favorably mentioned for tho will make for Is neither roason nor excuse fur a .seeking to recover In tho aggregate senatorial nomination. presiKtitto of servility. It Is the more than a half million dollars will Tho Prorost Marshal hub issued dent who Is a servant, not the peo- be tiled. i ple.." orders to tho exemption boards to WANTKI) AT OXCK. thoroughly examine the exemption TIIK "PENNY" IX NAILS. Eerybody who knows any news claims for dependent v. Ives, of all items, llttlo or big, to report It to men who have married since the draft .Many persons are puzzled to un- The KepublL-an- . order was Issued. It seems to be the derstand what the terms "four penpolicy of tho war dopartmont to asllOlilt TOUACCO. sume that all drafted mon who havo ny," "six penny" and "ten penuy," meant) as applied to nails. "Four pen- married blnce the date mentioned did I). A. Keller, ny," means president of tho four pounds to the so to mold army service. thousand naiU and "six penny" Louisvillo Warehouse company, in an Tho commission form of govern- means six pounds to tho thousaud open letter to tho tobacco growers ment for cltlos and counties Is being nnd so on. It Is an Kngllsh term advises the holding of tobacco for adopted rapidly throughout the and meant at flrbt "ten pounds" higher prices. IIo cites tho govorn- i ent rop'HUidnrviif, country, and in moat liutuncos has nails tho thousaud being understood, thoro Is oily proven satisfactory. Tho condition but tho Kngllsh chipped it to "ten n ant flight months supply on hand of Ohio county finances favor somo jtiiun, 1,111 tium iiiut. 11 uui,uiiu,nioit inu that world demand for tobacco moro economical way of liun t !jt until "pauny" was ubtittued for k growing roiulantly larger. Mr Kol.or say tho farmors need only tho county's fiscal nffalrs. and the pounds, :: - -- v, peoplo ahould jjlvo sorloua thought i told their tobacco' off tho murktt ('.ill on Tito iartfoid Ht'jiulilldin 1 r a little while to force an al to ihw adoption of the uoanulMlonl jilau. for FIno Job Pilutlut;. . quale price for it. al s, ty i J i STRAY STREAKS (By Fluke McFlukc.) A. Rat Nail says, says ho about as fllows: Whon I lamp tho bump on which Hill Ulloy hangs his hat I feel tho force of old habit and think 1 ought to look up n flat Iron, a ham- InDaiigiT. Itlwr their dear KvnnRvllle, Ind., Jan. 20. With tho breaking up of tho many gorges In (Jrcen River there Is great fear dint bcvoral Jioats anchored In tho mouth of tho river will bo caught oy the largo floes and badly damagmer and a nut pick. ed or swept away. Tho situation Hong Oreen Klvor during tho past Thoro Is one thing that gives so- twelve hours has been tho worst lace to tho avorcgo country nowa pa- In mnny years and several small per editor nnd that is, that bomo of boats havo been crushed by tho heavy caught by a heavy gorge at Roches tcr that started to niovo Monday night, mid several thousand dollars damage relutcd. The gorge was u iullnjong nnd filled tho channel from bank to brtulc. The gorge caught on Covernment lock No. 3 and was nuns up thero for two hours. Tho gorge finally passed over the dam wlthou' breaking up nnd doing little or bo iiamngo to tuo num. it moved on down tho river nnd struck anothc gorge near Rockport, Ky., fourteen miles below Rochester. This caused tho Rockport gorge to move Sli sum II boats wero caught by tho lec n.nr Rockport and cruhed. Th damago was about ?C,000. A report from Calhoun, Ky., says tho gorge In that locality nro still holding, bu expected to brenk any timo, Chnmhcrluiu'ft TiildeU. These Tablets aro intended espr dally for disorders of the stomuch, liver nnd bowels. If you aro trou bled with heartburn, Indigestion or they constipation will do you ru good. m delinquent subscribers ico Hoc. won't havo to go through any such Tho Ohio Illvcr Is frozen solidly long, cold, hard winters "In the hero nnd at points bolow nnd thero Is world to como as tho present is and no indication that tho hrcalMip will como for several days. If tho has been. gorges crash Into tho Ohio River, When Judgo Wilson nnd Prof. ulna miles abovo here, It is blioved Shults woro elected to olllco more that the forco of tho Ico pack from s thnn four years ago, tho streams will bo sufficient to crack of ono subscription would pay for u tho ico from hero to Green Rivor. quart of fairly good booze, ns booze Reports received say that goes, alas, when thoy retired from Oreen HIver is now clear of ico from rule the self same averago quart Ky., to Howling Urc'on, rommunded tho prlco of two yearly Rochester, elghty-flv- o subscriptions. Wo don't oponly Ky a distance of about miles. At Rochester a towboat apchargo responsibility, weigh tho situpeared for tho first timo since ation and, bo your own judgo. tho river frozo. Almost cvory railroad in tho coun try has been running Jta trains from ono to 21 hours late and sometimes not at all, but during this wholo bad spell of weather tho M. H. & K. has not had moro than one Into train in any ono day. Somo record Is It not? throe-fourthto-da- y If you wish to rnako a sale try a REPUBLICAN AD. ' JgJe3Ss5sJS3SN,;M,5e GOOD CLUBBING OFFER THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST HOME AND FARM Wo havo our hoatless-whoatleWednesdays, Mondays, wheatless meatless days and in fact, nt our house wo have nlmost como to cat-lobut may tho good Lord put It not within tho heart of President Wilson to order us fnto tall-les- s ss ss "" . shirt?. and HARTFORD REPUBLICAN ALL ONE YEAR FOB Not all of one's crosses to be home are" red ones no, not by sJgh. a these days Wo are glad that January is gone and if February Is as overlustlngly and bloomlngly cold as thn mouth wo just existed thru, wo are pround that it has only 28 days, notwithstanding tho fact that it puts us tbat much nearor potato bug timo nnd that doggou garden of our wlto's . If paid in advance. This offer is to both new and old subscribers Address all orders to the $3.50 RKWARI) OFFKRIII). If several hundred peoplo who owe Tho Ropubllcan oq subscription will pay up without further notice wo will reward theui(with our slucorcst Kralitvdo REPUBLICAN HARTFORD, KENTUCKY ??;KtfrattKw:Kew:KOT:KNSc f I Suits and 10V rcoats if 1 fldlAfilntf t aw1 visit his pnronts, Mr. and Mro. John Iirntl 1......A ' (..aM Sorg't Howard Glonn, of Unities- - Go to Acton Bros, for yonr Flour. havo a good supply aid prlcei nrc right 3012 "Wo Glonn. Mr. Will Fair rotnrnod Tuesday Pr. C. W. Lively and wife, of from n IiuhIIipsh trip of noveral days Okl.ihomn.vlsllod Mrs. LIvcly'H moth- to Owonsboro. Mr. Chester TIclionor and wlfo, of er, Mr. J T Miller, hero tho first of Cautnrtown, visited tho family ot llio woek. Mr, John Doll hero tho Urst of tho County Farm Agent Drowdor Is. wook. spending tho week with tho fanners mid Aotnavilio In tho HnyncHvlllo Tho well known Louisville Eiango-11s-t, communities. .S. J. Cannon, i will begin n protracted meeting at tho Baptist church Mr. W. F. SchimoUo Is packing hero tho third Sunday in February up preparatory to movlnr; to Members ot all other denominations whero ho Ls going into tho nro cordially Invited to take u part bottling business. In tho meeting. Ellza-hethtow- n, J 1 lVBX3aA&WiSCZ,"Z&Bi7V. -- assCT-T-zara I The cold wintry blasts remind as that a good n heavy SUIT or an OVERCOAT would be-iharmony with the present weather. While at this season our stock is limited, yet there remain many good values. An ideal time to buy; sure to be higher, as prices on the raw material arc soaring skyward. (DO A Men's Overcoats, French models, $12.50, $15 (o . $ZV (D Q Men's Overcoats, regular models, $10 to . . . . Men's Overcoats, Balmacon models, 4 Mra. R. D. Walker is teaching in Mrs. Martha Miller Is critically 111 tho high school liorc, filling tho place of troubles incident to old ago, at of Prof. Henry Loach, who Is on the the homo of hor daughter, Mrs. Slero "Leo;' near Sunnydalo. sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dotson, of Oklahoma, and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Will Riley went to W. W. Miller, of Evansvllle, chil Greenville Sunday for a fow days dren of Mrs. Miller, arc at her bed visit with Mrs. Riley's parents, Mr. side. $0 $AU flJIA DOA -- and Mrs. Silo Taylor. Wo carried an ad last week for a of Beaver sowing machine wanted nt Red Cros3 Barnes, Dam, has received his commission headquarters, and beforo tho pnper and has qualified as Notary Public, was in tho malls three, hours thrco machines had been tendered for serwith Mr. J. II. Barnes as surety. vice. If you havo anything to soil Many farmers aro hauling tobacco lot tho pcoplo know' through an ad to town on sleds. Sovcn sled loads In tho Rcpubllcnn. ramo in yesterday. Somo loads so Mr. John H. Thomas went to hauled weighed nioro than 1,500. today to spend a few days Mr. Amos Carson was in Louis-vlll- o with his family. Mr. Thomas' famSunday. In fact Mr, Carson ily aro in Louisville for tho purpose mnkes poriodlc trips to tho Falls of schooling his children who have City. Tho young lady Is said to bo been in St. Mary Mngdallne's school a. peach there for the past three winters. Ho will bring big family her in the Clean pavements aro a good ad- spring. vertisement for a town. Let us all Smallpox reports from various clean the pavement In front of our houses early tho next morning after sections of the county, rife a week ago, seem to havo had little or no the Btonn foundation in fact, and wo do not The patriotic masH meeting call- think the people should feci any ed by tho Pastor. Br5. Litchfield, for anxiety in regard to the matter. Monday was postponed on account However, whooping cough and men of tho bad weather, anil will be held aces, It seems, aro scattered pretty well over the county. next Monday. Mr. Marshal Lou-isvillo $12.50, $17 to Boys' Overcoats. $5. FORDSVILLE. Esqulro II. F. Rico . ,n In town Jmlgo Sam V. Dixon, Circuit Jndgo Monday. of tho Itcndnrnon District, dicil sudMra. A. W. Johnson -- it to Owdenly ot actilo Indigestion nt his ensboro Tussday to have ; o no dental homo in Henderson Wednesday work done. morning. Judgo Dixon was on the Miss Lorona Whlto o' ' 'Inoli, bfliich in Circuit Court nil day Tues'111 rtnUo horo Snturdny an day, and the middauosn of his death hur homo with her slili .rs. J. C. enmo ns a i;re;it shock to his family Moxloy on Hnrtford strd jin' friend Ho was fifty-si- x years Itting'iHL Rural Carrlor It. B. old and a n.illva of Webster coun- Is on tlio sick list. ty. Rev. II. D. Unroll o hero Saturday. KOTICE OF WITHDRAWAL. Mossrii. Joo Shultz and II, Wit-nrdol- d, quarterof Narrows, attct Mr. Francis J. Rolls, of EvanBvlllc, ly meeting horo Saturd Vundorhurg county, Indiana, heretoTho ccliool lierc, whl has b'eon fore trading and doing business in closed down for several s on acKentucky in his own name and un- count of lack ot fuel, Is pected to der tho name of John A. Rcltz A next Monday. Sons, has ceased tho transaction of Mrs. Olllo Duff, of Trislor, lipid a business in Kentucky, beginning Jan- county examination for common uary 2nd, 1918, and no person is au- school diplomas hero Saturday with thorized, ns agent or otherwise, to sixteen applicants In attendance. transact any business for or in the Mondays aro bclnc "Hcatles3" name ot tho said Francis J. Rcitz properly observed in Fordsville or under the narao of tho said John Rov, R. L. Brandenburg, formerly A. Rcitz &. Sons, and all such author- of Hustonvlllc, Ky., who has rcconly ity herctoforo granted to or exor- been called to tho pastorato ot tho cised by any and all persons what- Baptist church at this place, has movever 1b revoked and withdrawn. ed into tho parsonage This January 2nd, 1018. Mr. C. A. "Crowo has moved into JOHN A. REITZ & SONS. 30t4 town. By Francis J. Rcitz, Sole Owner. Measles aro all over tho1 country. Eph Morris has seven cases in hla LINCOLN DAY BANQUET homo and four moro to have them. BY THE REPUBLICANS Miss Essio Lynch, of Olaton, waa . DIES fWDDKNIiY. o 1 re-op- Men's Mackinaw Coat? $5, $6.50 to Men's Suits, belted model. $15 M CA $7 3v DOA MAU to Men's Suits, good staple styles $10 to COA U If you are looking for good materials at a normal price, our line is sure to please you. We would appreciate showing you, whether you purchase now or not. Remember us when you need a SUIT or OVERCOAT, and also remember that it pays to make our store your shop- ping place through 1918. The Hartford illtll)AV Im, Republican lERRUAUY 1 Mr Itouto town Monday. Klllit lllnea. of Whltesvillp. 2, cullud to seo us while In Mr. Andy Alford, of Rosino, spent Lt. Irvlngton ,.10:40 A.m. Ar. Ellmltch .... 1:04 p. m. M., II. & K. K. B. TIME TABLE. south Dound, No. 115 9:05 a. m. Duo ot Hartford North Dound, No. 114 6.45 p. m. Duo at Hartford (Both "Mlscdr Trains.) H. & BT. li. U. K. TIME TABLE. Tuesday night with his sister, Mrs. Bo. 113 duo at Ellmltch 6:32 p. m. J. K. Davison. Bo. 110 duo at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. 3 M0 p.m. Mrs. C. E. Walker, of Louisville, Ha. 112 Lv. Ellmltch 6:36 p.m. Is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Ar. Irvlngton 5:68 p.m. Lo,;an this wctik Lt. lrvlnctcn Ar. Loulivillo . 7:40 p.m. 8:35 A.m. . Lt. LouUvlllo Prof. Marvin Taylor, who is teach10:06 a. m. ing tho I't. Pleasant school, was in Ar. Irvlngton ill town Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Daniel, of I.oulsvlllo, havo been visiting rela- tives east of town. Slovens, of Heaver Dam, lias been appointed Oil Inspector for Ohio county. "Mr. Snm L. The box of flowers that Ad Howard met tho fast train so often for, eniiie in a few days ago. t and Social Euents. Mr. Hod Whlttinghtll, a rural carrier out of tho Fordsville post of- fice, whs In town Tuesday. Mr Allen Taylor, of Wysox, wus stenogMiss Myrtlo Lashbrook, la town yesterday. rapher for Itarncs &Smith, has been on tho sick list this wook. Mixed Peed and Shorts eun 3012 Attend tho Star Theater show Mon be had at Acton Bros. day night. It Is for a worthy cnuso ' . Tho Columhla telephon.0 batteries and It Is your duty to help. 31t2 cau bo had at Acton Broiis. Circuit Clerk A. C. Portor and Mrs. Porter wont to Owensboro WednesMr V. A. Brown, of Centertowu. day ,, and returned yestordny. was hero on business yesterday. Mr. C. A. SEED COIIK FOR KALE. My Im proved, home grown, Boone County White seed corn is well matured, dry and simply fine, quantity limited so order early, price ?3 per bushel, shelled or in ear, no charge for crato or sack, order from this advertiseGo to the store that carries a full ment and if you aro not thoroughly and comploto lino of Furniture for pleased with the corn return it and I your supplies, whero the best values will rotund your monoy and pay can be hod for tho least money. transportation both ways. JOHN T. ACTON BROS.., JACKSON, Rockport, Ky. ' -oHartford, Ky. 30t2 MAUHIAGB LICENSE. Mr. .I'imcp Nance, former llnotypi" M. D. Chapman 10 McHenry, to oporator on the Hartford Hurald.an'I tow holding a similar position on Lula Leach, 17, McHenry. Chester L. Leach, 23, Hartford, 11. tho Owensboro Messnngor, ran over Sundav joi o nricf visit with lvjs fam- 1, to Mnggio May Potts,, IS, Olaton. Alva Evans, 23, Fordsville, to Ada ily horo- Farmer 21, Fordsville. Grcely Gary, 18, Echols, to Laura Hny is very senrco and prices aro high. Tho way to get your share of Scott, lG, Echols. Roy Cravens, IS, Oaks, to Maynio these good prices is to bow tho seed llrst and we have tho seed that will Hodden, 17, Oaks. Wayno Brown, 2S. Ceralvo, to grow hay. " Lena Ann Clark, 24, Rockport. 30t2 ACTON DROS. Homer Walker, 18, Taylor Minos, Mr. Earl Miller, nn Olaton boy, to Ora T. Kceton, 25, Taylor Mines. e who has been in tho army service When Yon ILivo a Cold. at Camp Taylor for sometimo, has lt is when you havo a severo cold been discharged on account ot his physical condition resulting from an that you appreciate tho good qualities of Chamberlain's Cough Remo-dattack of meningitis. Mrs. Frank Crocker, Pana, 111., son Paul Mr. R. B. Martin, and Mrs. Mary writes: "Our Embry, of Cromwell, went to Liver-mo- ro caught a sovcre cold last winter that Saturday, to attend their sis- settled on his lungs and ho had terter, Mrs. Bud Gentry, who was very rible coughing spells. Wo woro ill. They returned Tuesday and re- greatly worried about him ns tho medlcluo wo gave, him did not help port Mrs. Gentry improved. him in tho least. A neighbor spoke so highly of Chamberlain's Cough Mr. Ramey Duke, linotype opergot a bottle of it. Tho ator in this ofilce, was on the sick Remedy that I lirst rio5o 'benefitted him so much list n couple ot days tho firt of tho 1 week, and tho result is that Tho that continued giving it to him unm Republican carries a lesser volume til be was cured." i of home sot matter than usual. TO OUIl COUNTRY COUSINS. y. ld r Cnpt. Jennings, of Louisville, who has charge, ns conductor, of the run on tho Owensboro branch during the Illness of the regular conduclor.Cnpt. George Arnold, has moved to Horse Branch. The program for tho annual banquet of tho Lincoln Protective Club, which will bo held Tuesday' evening, February 12, was announced hy The Gardner J. Dolg, president. following addresses will bo made following the banquet: "Lincoln's Influence en World Thought," by Judge Charles Kerr; "Moral Questions In Government," by Dr. Ben L. Bruner; "The Modern Legislature in Process of Lawmaking," by M. Roy Ynrborry; "Old Principles Applied to New Conditions," by Judgo James Breathitt; "Our Duty in tho Present Hour," hy Chas. Flnley; "Tho Judiciary and tho People," by S. S. Willis; "Tho War and After, " hy Edwin P. Morrow; "in tho Trenches," by Eugene. Dalley; "Wasted Resources," by Gardner J. Dolg; "What Wc Propose for Louisville," by Mayor Smith; "Tho Press," by Harry Giovanoli, Judgo John P. Haswell will bo toaslmaster. Republican offAll ncwly-clectc- d icials In tho Stato havo boon Invited to attend the banquet and a meeting which will follow. It is expected that moro than 500 Republicans will bo at tho banquet. Tickets will bo f 2.50 a plate. 6 -- here Friday. Miss Ava Wcstcrfield Is qulto 111 of throat trouble, at this writing. Mr. Sam Gaines has a car load of coal ordered, which is a much needed commodity at this time and place. Tho Equity Tobacco houso hero haw reopened for business, with Mr. William Royal in charge. , Miss May Poole left this week for Louisville to purchase spring goodu for II. Wilson & Co. Mr. G. Davis Royal bought a spaa of mules last week from Tom Fuqua. Mr. Guy Marlowe has bought and moved into the residence formerly owned by Mr. John Allen J. S. Carden and family aro preparing to Ieavo for Texas whero they will make their homo in tho future. Mr. Will Park df this place purchased a farm near Friedaland, from R. C. Duff, last week. Bond Bros, havo a "heading factory" in operation here. Mr. Buck Allen is in chargo. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. All persons having claims against tho estate of J. C. Lunsford, deceased, will present same, properly proven, beforo mo at Ilorso Branch March 1, 1918. F L. ST. CLAIR. Administrator- 31t3p o bo-fo- re NO TOBACCO OX MONDAYS. Misses Ethel Russell and Myrt'e I). Utfan, of Sulphur Klmincl, of Cor.ilvo were wcIcim o Springs, called on us Saturday. callers at this ollce Saturday. Deputy Sheriff Frank Roberts, of Mrs. J. S. Hean and little son, Kordsvillo, was In town Monday. Leonard, ot Horse Branch, visited relatives In Lcltchnold last week. Mr. O, N. Taylor, of Iloanoke, La., relatives in Ohio counU visiting County Judge Cook Is having a bar ty. put in his office, No it is not for selling fluids, hut a bar of justice. rrof. J. V. KlrX, our Sunnydale correspondent, wus in to see us MonMr. S. O. Keown wont to Louisville Saturday to spend a few days vltn day, hts son, Lieutenant Qllmoro Keown For Cook Stoves and Ranges, at MBsrs. Roy Ronton and James Tay lowest jirlcos, call on ACTON BROS. lor, of Wysox, hooked up an old time 3H2 form sled ami caino to town WednesTho Fiscal Court meets today to day. f.rrango for a settlement with the fcaorlff. Mr. nillio White, of Narrows, has bought Mr. Roll Frymlro's farm near Mr Junios Dyer Taylor, of tho Ilorso Branch. Wo nro ;iot advisCromwell country, was Ju to seo us ed whether Rlllio plans to Just bach or co to lpii8okuopiug. aturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor are rePerhaps you havo gotten tho idea joicing over tho happy event of thc-that tho Red Cross is peculiarly a first born. It is n girl, and mother town fad, nnd conducted chiefly by and child nro doing nicoly. Mrs tonder-henrte- d old maids and gos.-slp-y Taylor is bolng cared for In tho Good matrons. Nothing is farther Samaritan Hospital at Lexington. from tho truth. Tho Red Cross is a nation-wid- e movement to provide for All persons Indebted to us by note tho comfort of our soldior boys In tho or account will pleaso cull and settlo camps and trenches. Perhaps tho old at once. All past duo accounts must maids' hearts aro touched by tho ho paid immediately or satisfactorily marrlagable chances going Europe-war- d arranged. and tho matrons movd by feelOHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. ing of their own dear boys moving (Incorporated) fluidward, but all ot us havo a duty to perform In this laudable moveAttorney M. V. Heavrln Isft Tues- ment. Tho humblest citizen who Is day for Frankfort, where he goes enjoying tho comforts of home and to represent Dr. J. L. Early, of Da- family, should give at least his dolviess county, In his contest with lar as a contribution to the comfort for a scat in tho State Sen- of all who aro risking their lives for ate, Dr. Early joined Mr. Heuvrin his country. Tuesday night at tho Wnttcrson HoBROOD SOWS FOR SALE. tel, in LouLjvIIIo. Tho government says there Is a Miss Muriel WHeou closed her great shortago of hogs. Having school at Vlnchlll Friday. A largo threo moro brood sows than I require, number ot tho patrons wero in' at- will soil a Podland China, a Poland Jorsoy cross and a regtendance at tho closing of tho school, Chlna-Duro- c and expressed, their gratitude to istered big bono Blrlcshlre, all proll-fl- o Straw, Wanted. Mls3 Wilson for tho excellent work breeders, will weigh 300 and up, Wo want a number of tons ' of NOTICE. sho had dono for tho district. Mirs first clas3 In ovory respect. Price 20c All persons iudobtcd to J. W. baled straw wheat, oat or rye. WIH Wilson loaves Sunday for Cotfman, tho pound! Ford, Hartford, Ky., either by note lay market price whoro quo will toach tho final niao JOHN T. JACKSON, American or account will ploaso call and settlo Asa'n., tveuks of Iho Bcbool there. 29tf Rockport. Ky. same at pure. - Save cost. , S L. Ki: M, nd to-da- On account of. an order issued by SUNNYDALE. United Slates Fuel Commissioner, Tho peoplo of this community Garfield, closing all offices and busi- were getting pretty anxious for tho ness houses on Mondays for the next snow to leavo, but would havo prenine weeks we will receive no tobac- ferred tho snow to this sleet. co on Mondays for tho period menJohnny Whobroy, of Nebo, is mov--In- g tioned. back to Sunnydale. S. T, BURNS & SON. Miss Bessio Clark, of this plac'n took tho examination for common HANCOCK HEARS EXPLOSIONS. school graduates Friday and Satur- ! day. Hawesville, Ky., Jan. 28. ResiAlva Willis, of Owensboro, spent ot Hancock county wero stardents :i fow days horo with his brothpr-in-lahy a scrtled about 6 o'clock Prof. J. W. Kirk. ies of sharp explosions. Inquiry made .5 V. Kirk closed a very successIn tho communities whero tho explosions wero hoard failed to afford ful term of school at Palo, Friday, a solution of tho cause. Tho explos- making two full terms and a part of no has taught at that placu. ions wero not hoard in Haweavillo, another L. J. Blanks, an cmployo of tho but woro reported from Chestnut M. II. & E. rallroa'd at this placo, is Grove, Chambers, Gatewood, BlackLowlsport, FInloy and other lo- expecting to bo transferred to Millford, port soon. calities in tho county. At tho last regular meotlng of thu explosions aro said to havo Tho W. O. W. camp No. 321, officers for been similar to rapid machine-gu- n coining year woro elected as In some Instances, houses wero tho fire. follows: Con., Com. J. W. Kirk; reported shaken, although no material damago seems to havo been done. Clork, W. A. Clark; Bankor, Follr Tho reports, according to persons who Brown; Adv., Lieut. L. J. Blanks; Sontry, Allen Ewing; Escort and heard thorn, began without warning High Gist, Postman, t. Arvln and continued btcadlly for from ten minutes to nn hour, and would subside for a time. No explanation is ofHOOK PORT. fered as to tho causes of tho exploBurglars broke Into tho restaurant sions, somo believing thorn to havo of Roy Fulton on Main street Saturbeen electrical disturbances, whilo day night nnd took two punch boards others Incline to tho belief they origand other things valued at about $60. inated under ground. Thero woro several gold pieces, somo silver, on ono ot tun About Constipation. Certain articles of diet tend to boards. Tho thieves broke a largo check movements of tho bowels. Tho window to gain entrance A freight wreck which delayed most common of theso aro chceso.tea nnd bollod milk. On tho other hand trnfllc soveral hour's, occurred at rnw fruits, especially apples and ba- Simmons, thrco miles south of horo x Several coal nanas, also graham bread and wholo early Monday morning. cars loft tho rails and ovcrturnod. wheat bread promolo a movement of the bowels. When tho bowels aro Tho track wati blocked nnd although badly constipnted, however, the sure the wreck occurred at 6 o'clock Monway is to take one or two of Cham- day morning the track was not clearberlain's Tablets Immediately after ed until lato Monday night. The supper. in two local passenger trains transferr ed tholr passengers and freight at Simmons. Tho cause of the wreck Li JOHN QUISSENKKIIHY. not known. Heavy ico Boating in tho rlvor did llawesvillo, Ky., Jan. 29. John Qulsouborry, 74 years old, n farmer a largo amount ot damage Tuesday. living in tho Pntcsvlllo community, Soveral gusoliuo boats hero woro y died at his homo from pneu- swept from their moorings nnd washTho ico gorgo remained monia. Ho is survived by his wid- ed away. ow, five sons and ono daughter. All horo somo time. Greeu river is lis. his children live in tho county except ing rapidly. ono son, a merchant nt Hawcsvlllo. -w. ht Igle-hernbo-sid- es K&M Wa&, - t ,' .t- - - Ain5 -wtmmmmHmBBmmmipmirim'w wpgpuwff" Prjgf'ff iiiiiti(WiihMtyiiiii , i . mnmmtlm ' ' 'MAKE WAR ON ONION MALADY J DRIVING RIVETS N SLOW WORK COUNCIL OF I3EEENSE LU "Mill 8tron0 Effort, Oolno On ts Stamp Out DIHfi.s That It Known a Meekrot. ' Only That, hut Bnormoui Number of Themc..Arf .l!ed,d '" a Steel Ship. nnENlftNTDlirfinMQl I ill I Public IIUU i lUItU ' In k city nlxrt nooJ lio'tU the Several Councils of Do tonne: abound, the PwhUil b.Ai Uic aro sovoruf matters In Thoru Jut, which tho Council of National DeIt It fit ft la Uic heart of itt toutUtyir.cn, fense, had asked our to and Instead of hrinitlng them vim r nttiwitliin 111 n HlirTPssloii nf i l ?p"y, ' "" letters I have concluded to Include a. at .aam .tat Philadelphia upon Ulllllll Camden, mid . .... Bf?tS: -- ..nt.. I.. Sf..SM.rl.n..tiM. ronn..rtl.-nt- . "'.".""?.. ,""",1 Mclnwiire-- oin drive 200.000 tc.875.000 then, In a single letter and to ,k I'll IIIV '"L '".. 111 .'IllllllllltUU irill.UI. i?llllll I'lIU Ohio, Indiana, Delaware. Wisconsin ui-..,. rpi. lin.ll. rt half dozen ' that publicity be given them through In 10'.':i the country was erected Into .llon.,0,, .wnra In livi'is, II your local press, your pulpits ami a pr.nluce by the Dutch, and the seat "l'.0 X"'1' seven days stntes also. I.os-o- s of from 2." """" other i!!5m - ..tf- your schools. 0O0,,h. of government was established on Manper cent In white onion BM00 J per cent to 75 1 In the interest of the conservalvotlir. despite all the InvonUiw hattan Island, on part of tho site of The rowh.ilan n rr' c t. tx- sots have been recorded In the vicinity Cll- elusive, i t rctf. lu of Chicago nnd In northern Indiana. 'vlpil to speed It tip. remains band tion of' food, also the health of the the present city of New York. Dutch I lmt Iocant'it on T riveting gang soldiers in tho camps, the Council of rule commenced, and continued until Acnuf, I8th an! li lied nnd vellow onions are. not nt - w'ik and slow work. A two boy. s- Nntlonal Defonso rc.iuosts the public , September 8, 1001. almost one hundred r'jkit it 9 (tf seriously as the whlto varl- - eonslsts of two men nnd tneked ns .i lor i 'il i ., "" , t 'iin t uic iiassor to discontinue the sending of food years before the liritlsh acquired New uie riveier, ins iioincr-oi- i, cty. jriir, i onvvolint, .S.;,ool ai.J The gang 'Htge. j . '"' 1,,'l''il,or i The tllscnso known ns neckrot Is camps. Abundant food France or Canada. H7." rivets In tho stuffs to tho The 1'owtiaUn attracH tlie caused by n fungus. The parasite en drives from .100 to Tuple ot culture ami education. sailr of " day nnd Is tired is supplied to our soldiers nnd lit irrtunily to &tatr, W.lr anJ tors the wounded neck of the bulbs at P"" camps, and additional l& v bet jrtment', alo to ni.in? gradually rots the at the end of It. Hut when yon know ors in the harvest time and . .. .. K)inu of hiitnnc.it Intrrcst. Is not only unccossary, hut acma'-c- i tlni hntel rpcill atwales until they become dried up and Y'nt 1L T, , " w,,,lns food -s tually harmful, as much of it ' '" tractive to a Jiiciiminatlug pub.' " "" worthless. Of the control measures lic 3EreS3TX35E3"SE ScaSZU that have been tried, artificial drying 1' n.;0 rivets you can begin to see spoiled after being conveyed long Ths Powtntin cffer "' l'roldem of distances in heated express or mall - with itctachctl bath at rootni 7? nt onion sets In crates Just after '"' of the IaJM H),00O rivets a week arj 1rlvlnt? nt ltSUf - S2.03 bath, tip. Recmi vlth pri U cars. Tho aggregate quantity of harvest has given the best results. The t vale 5J.C0 tnd t;i. ?J.J0. f& object of this method Is to cure the npccsmrjr to turn out a 10.000-to; 19 enormous. "Vrite Jyr tiooVltt with niapi I yfjSji t the end of tlmt lehgth of time, rood thus wasted necks ns soon ns possible, and thus pi 2 The time within which soldiers, ' CLUVOK1) ". lkw;. RJM I men for In ot,,u'r wor,,' J wvti V200 . check the fungus before It enters tho sailor.3 and army and navy nurses various lots treated ,l10 Hvetlng gangs alone, flesh scales. In 1 , the matter from another ah-p- may avail themselves of tho war risk . recently the rot was reduced from 14 " T !! ,"T F" "I wrltP I.dwnrd Ilungerford In liar-ce- insurance which Congress has pro cent to 1 per ecnt; from 17 per R.. .Lat'iij.'iii.L.1.. i tremen-cen- t vided for them at very low rates to 7 percent: from Rl per P"fc Ten ships a week-t- he " pmsrnm for 1018 to wldcl, we will expire February 12th; in cap" to 7 per cent, nnd from 02 per fTvxt- stand committed menus 0.r00,000 rlv- - of soldiers, sailors and nurses in KTU. cent to 10 per cent. Cardul, the woman's els a week. And the rivet capacity of service October ICtli 1017. and in tonic, helped Mrs. Wilour five greatest yards with n total THE wFm m RAILROADS USE MUCH COAL working force of 50,000 men at the end the case of others one hundred and liam Evcrsolc, oF Hazel QCl Wkm SEWINQ IL of 1017 was lmt 1,.V.O,000 rivets n twenty days from enlistment, and Falcli, Ky. Read what 13 Wffilff Ma:hiiNB Require Almost Twenty-FivPer Cent week. And rlvetltr,' represents only parents of tho soldiers sailors nnd she writes: "I had a of the Total Output of about 20 per cent in the construction nurses are uiged to bring pressure breaking-dow- n genera! QUALITY. Ean 13 the Country. to benr upon thoir sons and daughof n ship. of my health. I was hi ters at once to take this Insurance. b2d for weeks, unable to Figures compiled by C. K. T.oMier of RAISE ::. Our Country neeiU 2.ri0,00 skillMISCHIEF WITH WIRES get up. had such a survey the United States geological ed workmen for its shipyards. Trainweakness and dizziness, BlMAfl tI chow thnt 130,000,000 tons of bitumisold 1 punchers, Remarkeble Effect of Aurora Borealla ed riveters, boiler-maknr. . . and l!ic pains were nous coal, 0,73.ri,000 net tons of machinists, blacksmiths, caulker-- , on the Telegraph Wires of any very severe. A friend anthracite and 22.0."0 tons of HHUWW'T millwrights and other trained me-- i the Country. a y g URVsiM to J me I hxd tried evcry-l- ii &t coke were ued by the railroads In the k& L t wamc t 8H WUi I M ' ;l . In 1010 liincfiocii are asked to volunteer for this serTim Pnltml Ctnlne mm ig else, why not WAC. bi a km Wl0n tl,e m,r0la "rpnll. or "north-use- vice with tlie assurance that the In tho quantity of Mtimilnoiis coal 1 Cnrdui? did, and by tlie railroads In ,1010 wns ern B"tS" Iny us a Mslt tliere Is will receive standard wages 'and be WARRANT FD FOR AIL TIMF. soon eaw it was helping tii 11,000,000 tons, which was U.r, ,K,r trouble on all the teleprni.li and tele considered part of our militar me . . . After 12 bottles, rjJF gr If you iurclino tlio NKW 1IOMK you will l,hon" Ilut"-Tll '!ls0 for cent more than 1013. The Increase In I am strong and well." forces. You will hear direct from ,,l V,'at tho ""rnri,. bo,r,,,s-railroadfiB'" hnve a life axi t at tlio prico you jviy, jtiJ wit' tho consumption of aniliraclte by the sp1,s Washington as to tlie enrollment for not lmvonucnttlvicliiilnof rcjinlre. ,,!th "nu-nelectric r!'i,n-" was but .TO.OOO net tons, or' p ah-In this service during the two weeks TAKE S.5 per cent. There wns an InereaVe "nninntlon from the sun, seS 11 l Quality Monday January 2Sth earth r:trrenls The strength beginning railroad consumption of I1(.nriy 'hpii meaMired Your of tIu's, is earne.stly re 4,000,000 tons of coal from Illinois. Considered nhm.f oBOnOOn frm Oliln nn.l f milllV tlllips ntlll fotlllll to IlilVO U pot.'ll- - quested. 1I"1 varying between 12.", voll, positive it u tho 4. The senvcity of wool in appallng 4.800.000 from West Tl.., ' and 227 volts negative and n resist and w are today facing wool faquantity of coal from Pennsylvania Cheapest jiscd by the railroads decreased nearly ance of about 2,000 oliin. mine, with not enough to supply tl: in the end Donald McXIcol, nsMant electrical army' 8,000,000 tons. nnd mivy alone. Confer with engineer of the Postal Tdegraph com- -' v The quantity of bituminous coal pany, u i TTimn m hnt nu E3 Mirrj v"ir't i . In given much study to county agricultural agents, and do who used by the railroads In the eastern tiilh Mibj'ct. has itiiiilc an ofll'elul report in nil you cau to itiujiilate tha jiro.1:'-tioyou wtintnuowlnumiiclilni, write for If district Increnscd from .r0,5OO,0OO to 1S02, of wool nnd mutton iu Ken- quoted In the i:tectrlcal Kvperl- our Inltat cntalntruo foro you juirvliai. 02,700,000, or 11 per cent. The increase - tucky. of71New lionia Sewnu Machine Co., Orange, Mass. in the Southern district was from 22,- - liienter. in which he described the At-: . The Council of National De- m- - m ,u.r itononn tn ni i'fects of earth currents on the ten Do you fel weak, diz''w1"00- - Most fense ask you to uvgo the farmers - ,a"1,e ,.",,)k's !1k'11. '" nnd in the Western dMrl.-tfrom zy, worn-out- ? Is yoir j"10?0" wns tl'i't ""'t'11 J5ri"t t0 Mlqne- - , nt tho earliest posaible imi- COO.OOO to C0.000.00t). or 15 per cent. mnces were ment, and as lack of goodher.Uh cr.u;ed '"" . The total qimntlty of bituminous "" possible, tin ir far as tlie western than nt the , ... ,'.. . . .. , ... fiom any of the com.., total requirements of fertilizer, and . ... .. l uiu usyu u. l.ii. iiiiuiruiiis tus nuiiut v...., -. j,... ...hi. r. ,,....-- , ""... ?MPronl nf Mm t.ilnl ,ipn.ln..ni. l could send niess-nge- .....i to l!rest but could to tugO the iloalers to take adan-tag- e plaints so common to j ngalnst 23 per cent In 10in. The of such action by the not receive any. women? Then wii not i'ennsylvnnla nnthrncltc used by (lie Long cablesMvcie more affected than and order shipment In maximum c.ir give Caiduf a trial? Il luilroads iu 1010 wns 7.7 per cent of ones, southerly ones more than l.nds instead oT minimum carlo ids. 'ho total, anthracite produced and tie' short should surely do for you northerly ones, and the abnormal cur- t'.jnserrallou of tho transportation ' combined bituminous and anthracite what it has done for so rents seemed to travel mostly from equipment of the country is one of used. 1 iiVTIS.'.OOO tons, was 21 per cent east to west. Sometimes the earth cur- the paramount duties of the hour many thousands of other (f tho output, the same a.s in 101,". rents are so strong that they injure tho ' Very truly yours, women who Suffered it condensers. Ilut they arc most erratic HOWARD W. HINES. Making Life Worth While. should help you back to In their nature it ml behavior. Chulrryan, State Council of Defe- e. To Increase your earning capacity, health. you must be an eiiorgatlf, live speciThe First Romanoff. Ask some lady friend You should be men of humankind. KOTICK. IJomnnoff Is the name of the throbbing with surplus power. Yon who has taken Cnrdui. After October 1, 1017, I will be tn Wt: g QUAHANTEED SEHVICE Imperial dynasty regnant In the should possess n degree of Btronglh She v.L'l till you how it to 17.".0, and tho ofllcc of Dr. A. 11. Kiley from 1 :00 - inali' line from 1(113 One hundred per cent Unit will give yon confidence nnd courp. in. to t:()0 p. in., and In my otllco helped her. Try Cardui. Ttlue. Special work for W. tige nnd endurance. Then you can go thenceforward In the female line. Conwith (Ionium over Williams Ding Store from 0.00 on dav niter ilnv. relates u writer, mill- - stant Intermarriages O. W. .nc to vour skill and knnule.l.r.. and Princely houses, however, have made ,n. in., to 12:00 noon r W. F. STEVENS, I)H. E. 11. PENDLETON'. All power in your profession. Anil when tho Itomanoff strain of today more MM hP2 r R. T. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. German than lHwlau. Nay; the old- "3--P :.ou have climbed to the higher t point Representing Continental r u tae mmse oi jioiumi- l on one sphere of endeavor, you will be M&rblo & Granite Co. um wim rciidy to look around for other work. "" "" ')'", i Prussia i..(Hill). FOR FLETCHER'S and coiilinue to experience the delights come to Moscow from teaayMMwilmum. that come only with the dally strug- The name Itomanoff was given to tho family by the boynr Ilomnn Yurle-vltcgle, required for tho attitlunieut of the the tlfth of direct descent from objects one lias In !ev. Do not forget the value c .systematic effort. P not Andrew, who succeeded iu getting u "waste your energies. Intelligent direc- female' member of his family on the l'orco, to be of throne of the czars by marrying his tion is In vnltie, must be applied at tho proper daughter to Ivan the Terrible. 11 place. Effort, to ho productive of re- - February. 1C1.1,. MiUhael Peodorvitch ward, must be directed by superior in Itomanoff, a boy of seventeen, wns pro claimed czar, grand thiko nnd autocrat telligence. of all the Itusslait In the Ited square of Moscow. Willi this: accession to " Mr.dc tho Account Even. v famous, or rather "There's nothing like reprlsnlH," tho throne of the began u SOI years' f d.vii'siy paid a recruiting ollicer. "A tulmcco-nls- t ' e that let us hope hns ended scut a doctor Ihe other day a $10 forever with the forced abdication of Wi box of cigars, su.lng be know they ; i iajt-In March, 1017. AND THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY .r- i, n v hadn't been ordered, but they were so Czar Nicholas 23gw-4- a excellent he was sure the doctor would Fool Growing Plants. "sS- -- I F jon want to rnecet.1 1)111 Teria.s enjoy them. inclosed. Commercial-Appe- al 4 IlllilV Oil UlUBi kllUff ..f"'. Scientists have found tho way to strictly cash. try, la Invention a nit icienc. make the fctin shine, us It were, upon "The doctor wrote back: Uei out of tlie rutl ret on the Urine Um. lliul DOTH ONE YEAH KOH '"n..ii..iii..,i win. iiu .!. a. Tim....ii agriculture. They charge tlio soil with iSL-C-.rfcctriclty and the crops, fooled Into S T It Is true you haven't called me In. I ! bcllovliiK Hint the sun is bhlnlug. venture to send you herewith two pre- for rheumatism and djspep- - ! '0,lt0 to Brow at a rapid pace, riiero " Iowptlu about the results of bin, respectively, that I am sure you ' tns inrnt Interwtlnc nd m.nil " wpwlinciit, which are balled as l' will like, as they have given universal the Lij.'nt uionry't wartll. Hiny nioaUt ' "" uehlevenieut of ynst Imporlance In 300 Articles satisfaction to my patients. My chnrgos 300 Picture being ?5 for prescription, we ur now U100 l,J's of war w,,0 tl' Production all for cnlr 13 cents. All th rew IJeii njil nil yrlrtltii, tn 15y special iirrnnscmciits, wo nro enabled to furnish these two Him iiiiiMirtiiiwii ui muu uiu ou ii- OUltS ' " ftutoinolillo rd atrop'.ino. In thopwork toil . iiiendoindy vital. B.il. h niTl.lnflT. papers ut this low into for it limited tlmo. In ttrvnlr ln lslwrl"ieutK that have been con- - X Haw to ciU thlni t hoiutv f3 risei mrr Is a laiKo nnd one of tho very best pa- Tho Coitiincrclal-Appca- l Effective Shells moiitli, Includinit teirU nitor. ncuitrr bauwi. ug niN reuurd- - tw'itiX l,m,tr i uuitfcoa of tho l!n. pers piiblisbeil in tbo South. Cash must In all cases uccoitipaiiy lnw 5 rurmtuie, cut' m.uie lop rtoairt, w. Controvert overiiuwut young Htniwberry 1, f ffll clrKt&llni' ldeft. eli.K thu aetuul ottch order. This rate Ik applicable to renewals nnd new ubsi1b. iwrnir f the f!. viltl.nut pliin Eatittiforncaad cm.. t ig KHiii. It luw bteu declawd tlmt ' ,Jf",H",11?Bhl to luJve "croHl n era nlll.c. 13 Conti Co&y S1.50 a ",ul "J;011 . L wf, $ji.U00 wortU of Uir alwlla ntiwt bo i or vrlU dlmt to Q It fr3t a .,. ii.i.pi-.mi- ii l" iii iiiiiii,i.imiii immt i. " i .ii 9 wi.,i.ii i.i ewmy. Per-- 1 lrfttl Selene Monttily, uMiuth Ara N.Y. tir,,Uo kill ww of tb ! , f" 1..., It i trttt that Bk wviiuhm eiltju l.r T.fl""MUwttJu.iS -- . fliCCi kkI (Ui until SICN'D yOL'H 011DKH TO . s Spw-lnllMonlon-growtn' I I To combat necr,.l- -n iln v.,rl. eta... ,k.. Htatw .l..p,,n.t.nt of narlculrttr- - xt -- Kenton I to nM-- t arww In lnc the 11nn m inrih.Nl of mnlHInK with the hope f puttlns Ilia method on a practicable bonis for colnmPr. .if tlie .leimrt-- 1 clnl uo. ment will bo assigned to the district to ndvlso farmers and to help 1n the Installation and equipment of necessary structures. The districts known to be Infected include the principal - ,fompr.f.ini,m-, ..... ... lr in:rt!v 1 n-, t.i..i '' fti1rlci.tlnt f r'votlna ThM,riwt .Ingl n 1 Itonj In tlin lnlmr N In tt-t- hull: therefore the of rivets taken hh m nndrtrd " 'm ;,- - "nI,M, ,,f '" h.-- W?? T, " . Told Not to Send Food to Soldiers, Says lis Was Is. Ky. Jnn. 21, 1D1S.-To ' " r vets In t!.,.t lho r,1!' l'U.v"i-d- of Snn tniiidi.cn. in " present equipped and freed from tronlilpn. can ilrlru about 300.000 ' nltlinnRh In n record week I ,rnv " f,,,,r nrat rgost vrd iumcrlca-- nt Tore lllv- nbont a.OO(W ""P diving of I.ouIkvIUo. '. 411-00- ""! '"".r I New York and Quebec. Quebec City Is older than NeV Yori. u W1,s founded In 1G0S by Samuel lie! Immplaln, whereas tho enrli.-s- t date that etui bo set lor the founding of Now York Is 1010. New Yoik Bay und the Hudson river were discovered by! Vrrrnwino in l.rCI, nnd the discovery wns followed by ocenslnnnl visits nfi lraillnK and exploring. vPseM until the! iinlval of Henry Hudson In 1GUO, onu .Mvir nfter Chntuphiln had built his foit and chateau on the slope loading up to the heights of Quebec, llcglu-nlnwith 1010 Dutch merchants several vessels to engage in the fur trade with the Indians, nnd in KIH n ship commander Adrian llloek, liming lost his vessel, built theg'On-rust- " or "itcstlcs.s" on the shores of About !!,e "I''u'r !',,rbor .f Nc.w 'ort tt I W7&'v ' , i . vV' . . ' w:;Y 'IV PROF'ESSBONAI- Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law KY. nr 5Vr" in fee LOrAMERKAHlD Will practice hi prufv.et(in In Mid adjoJalox t iitlw. Conyuor tnd Crtfiilmd PracUce a Specialty. i 0.E.TAYL0R.C.E Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage n,. ", a ', 1 Dcsian. DR. 0. E. .HART , VETERINARY SURGEON UKAVHlt DAM, KY. OfUce : i.c-- t( ''' Jiuncs Tajlor's IJrcry U&fa. ....... ten-hou- T '" "t "' '' 1 wm&FMi Helps Sick I . i h a n JP I ' J i ft!lrilnUici.oj : ii Aiiisa iu'",uy omkuiisi " i nnoL-r.i Vi.ou'.ull PATENTS! S! THAT HAY Mtmmi im UuhmikU, nt our I J Mihi) H.-- B j .trctuo. on l'M-1tl- er - ' HCia i W ikiui antlioii7eitii iikvcu. !obi r ulch for fRCC rwrt I M j.mV j.rl-- . sun-- 1 PASSING RlrCI'CNCCO. rorfrMOoM.j nn rtnihlliir. D03-80- B HBiraviwy ' Sovonth Strnst, wManiPiOTON, D. C. S 7T7.7VT vr ? , iTomnbM writ, to T 7sr VS BM-iP- z: 1-- m1 e tlT B! I tMD A K a 9 WILL YOU TAKE OUR 1 s, I'.'iin-s.vlvan- tf. HI JJSffl KS?lfiis9Kft . GERMINAL REMEDY VC.t tv other iiC ' d ... """ Tr u IVrfJtlOttSv L&lffvjiiaJtSU f?ia,ei?i ffiSa tjr?B?SR5rX?A h?iai!$L va ,.. iu VfCfiH .' K 101 tirr 2?s A Treslraenl $' LUHGS Of COHSUMPTIOK - ' s i v nl ' ' tfr "'"-.nh- "t 's fiirUrr A quick relict for lint llrf.1, run Jown IccIIjc Iirinor Couehi, palm in chril. nlcbt II il !ot I luces wrjk lunct or conlumpildii. Dolhlog. g Dot help you it coli yoii FOR ONE MONTH iwl. LruE:,." OHIO MEDICAL CO, I ILPlCt. R PPFMF U 'iRBLJLii 1-it- .ii i , Woman's Tcuc . !.- ' r ';'" a" "ur s far-ner- ' t & JL P0PULM7yl2CII4fflCS 300 lv i ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS w'r.KP InformeJ of the V.'orld's l'mzre-- s In' Mech,.i lcannlInertion. Ft aUicrn'iu"53R .i.a ytitue l nn.i.jr. It nppta p.Menan.tWomer. t I. tin lavoihf ). k it, ui, Il ttiout mil. of icmii. thronithniit th r tI,I Our I t,ri U-n.imiljr t ti tlio wntiU Icr lUac" no ku,l iniervtilnu uj It U iVAGAZINB toallclawe-Okl!it"IVn.iri- P.us-fch- . "'"-esio- Children Ory O AS TOR j . m Druggists m W8K5aEiraaa2B2Z3SSSSEs3? 'izrsizftirjxzzB&zi'VTnxt) uaaoWCTi.-- fic Shop Itottfft Dop.rtm.nt t -- 0 I'iiiio.. rnnnliiH 11 iir.i iiiii. eirrui.,p- tn rKnnaii-- y wujrjivr 11. i nt I ',o lion is ti lo t' ,n ItnAi.ur Moctionlc. (17 1' tfiil for tlio IV . HB ' llrl.trl oliiw.oni ikrtliln,'- - . ii.liotrtoiiiiikoWir li- 1- mill Trlifi', hi, it nh O t tn- I nuitit., IKmt L(X. .1 wi'l Id , 1 I iti I'uriv f.,' Cinitiilii .n "tru itocilurttio M(xiiaalc,Cuin''4ranilhivrt.iiik SINGLE COPItS; 13t PEIt tl.SOIran, YCAft 0rr sampljicopy iil bo s.nt on r.quo.l rir wmHUr .r Aret fr IS. .bli.b.i POPULAR MECHANICS MARAZHMC C No. Mkhlcan Anu, CHICAGO iiiyniHn WritfonSoYcn Con Understand It " Get on ECBU.TMBCOMGS'a and OURS tks a,UC3 i Cash Bargain Offer The Hartford Republican w,ilrn 'OL55G ffii Btti.. i '.'., 7.f.!0 ALL TliuOAT AKC It'.NG YrfCL':LiV. r rnn (7 nib-rul- K rA5ijR.r.M SSSvri umiir' Tr5PL'i."or szi2Ktrt&22rKS3ttixttri'jivrrl o'i. .Y OUAIl AWTKtD a Ai.,Xfiu,AOiC,.t,i II S Weiss .smIsi! sasSiaafc-- S "5uJ' ' ,' iiiu"ii.V sue ." Jnit, ra !i l.iua, linlkl'ii.lovto ol,UtlP COUNTniCO. H ALU copjril.-Uii.itc- Monthlv trr'r t t'trrri v ft axhiiigtvu .u.-- timi. uouy auil pjuh ivtfai'Ki, ,l Infrlfir.m.nl PrSfil!ra Fttllllyjy. ! Jtustin . ,,rronia tJUJ&t t iih Etrt, mu Col't WASHINGTON, , ,J il A " DHUa mwwm Sooui-oi- l n. riU- -t C. 03;,, CI tr! man-klllin- a ?' T,!1" "t-- t - nrJ!r Yr i hiIch by artillery i. 4.tu lUimbor ot win kllWd oil all r itroUably niB M tlu.mJIUin. m,ii'' r V' rw tartluMti JL lLiZ , THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. 'j SHHVHf4f'H ov Vour W:nw Baolt takptb Prn-j- r i ri'm1j'4nl i. , tr!uinif that l.u arca 4 .1 i inc' wu. V. a ) Wnaa CJ1 mt The Royabllertn for Pino oau PUAlUtlO.N itdl.mu; aoi.i,t,u Printing; y Job raaafc. j If yon -1 OSITIO'N Q.OPO x &MmM- - L- - - , , ,mM iWmi V i !TO$SSSSJ CORN WILL WIN - WHOLE WOULD WILL HTAUVE IF WAR LASTS TWO YEARS Ladies Coed Suits a i DEMDGRACY'SWAR.. America's Greatest Cereal Crop Is Now Moving to Market. MAINSTAY IN NATION'S CRISIS. ,1 Surplus Wheat of tlie United Statei Haa Been Sent to Famine Threatened Europe. Amerlcn's great com crop, exceeding 3,000,000.000 busholH, will snvo the world's food situation, ollltials of the United Stutes looil adlitlnlHtratlou c. Hub Clothing Co. J HARTFORD, KY. Corn Is the nation's best food ccrenl, housewives ore beginning to realize. It toiitnlim nit Hie elements needed to keep (lie body In a stnto of health und SKSVSS?JSfiflJfS( "Wagons! Wagons! Wagons! t I 4 t..,.v:( I.! ..rr an1 ttn, the other follow ? pairing, especially the hard job can't do. , nnce vou nay i ... t lniv vnn should examine our liana ..i.win farm vmrnnH. Tliv run lighter, are made of. the very host material and last far longer than any i.:.. llliiuv uxumii ftu -".in Imv no matter what n iijjvmj lllllUlllllU ,nii ""j nfift. 7nn J"" J ll - ..r l1. t I Wo also make a specially of Hoiseshoeiug and earnestly solicit your patronage in tins line, t Respect fully yours, A. B. Row & Son Thirtv-fiv- e e. Centertown, Ky. shop. vears experience in the 18 A GOOD IMiACI! IIKIU: TO STOP FOIt LITTLE MONEY & Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th 7th K others, I tried it Daviess Co. Bus. College and was cured. I am no longer nerInprrporated lies calculated to vous, am regular, f Vt ! hinder Cnnndlun food conservation ac.irORO. KY. nnd in excellent EUROPEAN PLAN (Without Meals) cording to nn ollkial statenient re- health. I bclievo tho Compound vl ' Rooms without Hath hut ulth Hot anil Cold Running Water. C' -- ceived from tho Cnnndlun food concuronny female troub'.'" i r.i. slnglo, $1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.75 each troller by tU,e United Stntes food ad- Heller, ChristopLc 1l.' 76 Ilootns t Nervousness is oft t ministration. slnglo, 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each 60 Rooms C. come fu V. i WVl SfclW -The stories bothering Canada nro weakness or may Lo 1.60 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each 60 Front Rooms. single, ment, which c e V Ui j . of tho sumo general character as those famous root and lni' J c. Pctro M nt : Ilelives Files Hooms with Private Hnth: tho United States food administra- E. Pinkham's Vegetal . f .n; ji. :, i single, "1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each 60 Rooms No matter how stubborn tho tor recently denounced In this coun- thousands of vome.i L.r.v J jr.. Ly slnglo, 2.00 per day; 2 people, '1.60 each will 60 Hooms case may be Petro-Mcnt- a try, such ns tho ridiculous salt nud experience. If complications exist, write Lydia h. brrng relief. A trial will convlnco blueing fnmlno fakes und tho report THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. you. For salo by Ohio County that the government would selzo Pinkham Medicine Co.Lynn, Mass., for your ailment European Plan Only. housewives' stocks of homo canned suggestions in regard to experience ia Drug Co. Price 2Gc. Tho result of ita long goods. at your service. Hooiiih Without Hath, $1.00 untl up; Hooms With Private Dath, 91.60 Tho Canudlnn food controller estiund up Het Entlng Place In Town. mates that When the pcoplo listen to The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inu are located in the wholesale nnd pass on such stories, each ono ' walk to the retail district and 'theaters. has the power of destruction that lies district and only a In a battalion of soldiers. LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. "Stories without even a vestige of foundation have been scattered broadcast," snld tho Canadian statement. ...AND... "Nor hnvo they como to llfo casually. They huvo sturted simultaneously In help to assist this oncouragemont. LEE AND GRANT MEMHEHS different parts of the country und In WAR ENDS Nolthor tho Western front nor do- each Instance hnvo been calculated to K.IMK CMJH aV mestic dissensions arouso any arouso public Indignation. comparison. Ulysses S. persistinterest in "Washington, Jan. 20. "They aro Insidious, subtle, Tho Socialist majority pupora, how- ent. Hit by bit they dissipate public Ornnt and Robort B. Leo uro trust, tho great essoutlul In tho work 'both moinbors of this club." The ever, especially the Chemnitz's Volco, nro beginning to warn of food control. grandsons of tho gonerals who led "It lies with every Individual to foropposing urmlos hi tho civil war have tho people against tho assumption been voted Into inomborship by tho that ull is over oxcept tho shouting. bear from criticism; to refrain from on the vagrant nud harmful board of governors of tho Chovy Similarly I'rlnco Max of Radon, pres- passing nnd thus tho more effectively story, ident of tho linden Uppor House, to cooperate In work which Is going Miaso Club. warned Gormans that tho sword 1o nipan more than tho mujorlty of When their names woro proposed und a mombor explained to tho nlono can not ovorcomo tho antipathy people yet realize." vliulrman tho relationship of Messrs. of tho whole world against Gormuns. Grant and Leo to their historic namo-suko- s, I'rlnco Mux knows moro than most THE UNITED STATES FOOD ono of tho board moved that Gorman statesmen of tho fooling of ADMINISTRATION SAYS: they bo unanimously doclurod horo tho world outsldo Gorninuy, and his There is no royal road to food is tho first official nttempt to waru and now ofllclully at an end." We can only acconservation. Germans of the roal state of worldcomplish this by the voluntary I wide feeling against Germany which RUSSIAN NEGOTIATIONS all action of our whole people, each they will flud when tho war onds. ONLY TOPIC IN RERUN element In proportion to Its means. . It Is a matter of equality of burden; a matter of minute saving Tho Haguo, Jau. 26. Correr and substitution at every point In spondents stnto that the only topic a 0 FOR FLETCHER'S HARTFORD, KENTUCKY on the the 20,000,000 kitchens, of conversation in Ilorllu it tho Rus000 dinner tables, and In the sian negotiations, everybody expectwhole-sal- e a 2,000,000 manufacturing, P. S. This offer is ing them to rollovo the food situaand retail establishment! of Try a RBPUULICAN AD. to help tion" Rinnll nackots of Rtissiau tea the country. ( which nro roachlng Herliu famlli03 soil your jroperly. Cunntln Is also having trouble with y --- The Only Hotel In Iuilsville Operated on Uia American and European Plans. AMKKIGAX PLAN (With Meals) Hooms without llutli Imt with Hot and Cold Running Wuter. single, $2.00 per day; 2 peope, $2.00 each 75 Rooms single. 2.50 per day; 2 people. 2.25 each CO Hooms 50 Front Hooms. single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, '2.50 each Hooms with Private Hath: single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.76 each 60 Hooms single, 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each 60 Rooms when used according U tl score of tried recipes, estwcinlty when combined with un wilted porHon of oil or fat, will Bustuln Hfe Indefinitely. Indian warriors In coIouJnl days lived on ninny dnys nt n parched corn ivlono time, ami at Valley Forgo parched corn was nt times the sole ration of tho Continental soldiers. Owing to transportation dlfllcultles caused by the war the corn crop moved more slowly to market this your than otcr before. Now, however, the cereal reaching the millers and consumers. In the menntlme the nation's surplus wheat has been scnl to Europe. Today there nro approximately 30 bushels of corn for ovry American. This quantity Is greater by live bush-pi- s than In former years. Corn hns become Uio nation's innln-sta- y In tho crisis of war. Just ns this cereal saved the first 1 American colonists from fninlim on T 3 many occasions, Just ns It servud ns u staple food during the War of tb Revolution and (luring tho Civil Wur, King Com has ngnln coma to the front In the nation's Imttlo with autosrnty. Com mad Is finding greatly Itisrens-usu In the making of ordinary white nud bread. Hundreds of housl-wlver Hie many - liO perof cent, larger hnker with mixing wheat corn inonl Hour to make leavened brad. This kind of n mixture Is worked and baked In the same reclpos nnd with the same methods that apply to straight wheat bread. Corn bread using corn meal entirely Is gaining a givaler populnrlty than ever before. Housewives are coming to renllze Hint every pound of wheat saved In America means n pound of wheat released for shipment to with which America Is nssocl-nle- d In the war. There are a score of corn products thnt today possess unusual Importance for Americans. Corn syrup for sweetening corn enkrs nnd buckwheat rakes and for use In the kitchen Instead of granulated sugnrila one of the kaJlng products made from corn. Corn oil, excellent for frying and for every other purpose filled by salad o'ls. Is appearing on tho market In lnrpe quantities. It comes from tho germ of the corn. That ths civilized world will bo reduced to the vcrgo of starvation f the Europoan war continues two more years, Is tho opinion of European food experts, Dr. Maurlco Francis Eg,in, United Stntcs minister to Jcnmnrk and doan of tho American .llplomntlc corps, declared hero tonight. Dr. Egan, who, has Just return d from his post in Copenhagen jnd came to Norfolk to attend tho voddlng of his nleco, Miss Anna deslarcs tho pcoplo of Den-nar- k ra, now living In practical davory and that tho sanio Is truo 3t tho other small European nations. Shut off from America nnd Jrsat Urltlan by embargoes, under .he shadow of Cerinnny.s land and ic& meaaa, and with a rigorous .Tintcr gripping the continent, Dr. Egas declared tka'lilti nations are In dlra straits aid hclplcs3. Food Is so ssarse tkat the famois Danish wolf houads aro bolus slaughtered .'or food. Dr. Bgaa warns the Valted StatC3 igalnyt Qarnian osalonage, with Its tentaeles, dceUrlng that hU embassy kad proefs of tht sf mlauto mar "f this country, aad estieeially at Vlrglata pos-jossl- Jbiggest I Mending ere . . . SeSS? I'J'II <Af9 U .JeV!. tTf' " ti."iT.flrj! Wto ffimwSBBI Value for your Jfamtty TlieYotjiJas Cornpanion it brlntu to all ascs. Tlic Most for all hands. 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Hai eitrindinirv rleicrins .nj 1 fs3 rfTii IT f iW Ti S VWUJM crcgt'uti, J"f. 56c. CVfacuir. E'dtto;! foil.l k!l I M.. m by a cr ljrlocj, Klu,. .. n l.fjij J " ' u i iirTT,nnifHi.,u'i' iMniiw" "' fth.WWi Mi.liWMp.i-.- . ii. "s 4lff " wr wwpp i w,i . jj i . i, luwjuji RESPECT FOR FALLEN FOE CITY HAVING RAPID GROWTH flee- - HE WAS NOT-T- BE OUTDONE 0. Li How Scottish Aviator Dropped a Wreath on Funeral Procession of Man He Killed. Norfolk Bids Fair to Creak all ords at Her Present Rata of Progress. Roosevelt Would Not Allow Maoazlno to Tell the Biggest Varn. Writer-Sportsman ! tsr v hsr,-- A ." . lit' Thero Is not a city In this country, Colonel Itooscvelt gave n luncheon A true Incident tlml rcvenls the respect shown by rilled aviators for the perhaps none In thu world, that Is In his New York ofllco one day to a memory of a daring enemy filer Is told crowing at a more rapid rate than Nor- company of young magnzlno writers. folk," remarked (I. YV Slzer, manager Those young writers had had many In "Tun n' lite SeooK" I.y Edgar vrltlng In Everybody's. Tnm, nn of one of the leading hotels of that adventures, and they told the colonel Intrepid Scotchman, was told tlntt tho city, at the Hnlrlgh, the Washington many Interesting stories. One, howmnn ho liml brought down the day be- Post states. "The Inst censns gave ever, n sportsman, drew the long how. Germnn aviator the population of Norfolk nt less than fore wns a After the sportsman bnd drawn the named Von Zetillltz, and on hchnlf of "0.000. Today It Is estimated that Nor- long bow nlmost to the breaking point or more than In n yarn about a hippopotamus, Colothe Hoyal Flying corps, Tnm wns se- folk is a city of lected to take n wreath to the fnncrnl. double the size It was In 1010. Wash-Ingto- n nel Hooscvclt fixed his glittering eyeprides Itself on the tremendous glasses on the criminal and began: "The wreath In a tin box, llnnly growth nttnlned In the Inst two or corded and nttaehed to a little "Let mo tell you an experience of was placed In the fusllage of n three years. I take considerable pride my own, my boy, nn experience almost small Mnrnnc Ida wn machine being In the growth of Washington, for I as Incredible as yours. In '03 I wns In the hands of the mechanics and lived hero many years, but the pro- shooting grizzly benr In the lloekles. I Tnm cllmhcd Into the sent. In Ave portionate Incrensr In the population tracked a grizzly to a high peak one minutes ho wns pushing up nt the of the nntlonnl capital cannot compare day. I advanced toward It along the steep nnglo which represented the ex- with that of Norfolk. Of course, both edge of n precipice JiOO feet high, net treme nnglo nt which a man can fly. cities nre helped by war business, ting n good shot nt last, I let drive, Washington, I presume, Is the busiest but missed. The benr came for me Tain never employed a lesser one, Evidently the enemy scout realized city In the world, but Norfolk Is al- - then like lightning. I took nlm ncaln, the business of this lone British flyer ' most next. but ns I was about to lire my foot "Hampton Roads Is filled with ships, slipped, I fell, and my gun dropped nnd must have signaled his views to the earth, for the nntlnlrcraft bat- - Battleships are passing in and out and rolled over the precipice. There T terles suddenly ceased flro, and when, every hour, nnd soldiers nnd suitors lay, unarmed and helpless, and the npproachlng I.udezeel, Tnm sighted nn nre tilling the streets, hotels nnd resl- - maddened grizzly not six feet nwav. enemy squadron engaged In a practice deuces or Norfolk. Only recently I Hero the colonel paused nnd took n flight, they opened out nnd made way -- aw some 2.000 soldiers from New Zen- - sip from the tall class of milk milk is for him, offering no molestntlon. land prradlng thrnnsh the streets nf bis favorite beverage before him. "Tarn begnn to plane down. lie Norfolk. Many of tliTi were not ' The mendacious young man frowned poueu me nig ceme- - young. :cw .eninnn nirentiy mis sent impatiently. tery nnd raw a little procession mnk close to 1("0,()0O men to the front In "Well?" ho said. "Well? Oo on. lag Its way to the rrctniR He came i ranee, ana jtcigium. out or n popu- - Whnt happened?" down to n thou".""-- feet nnd latlon of 1.500.000, nnd Is still sending The colonel, looking him calmly in bis parachute, lie saw It open and men, which should be nn object les the eye, replied: sail earthward and then someone on son to us. "The grizzly devoured me." the ground vrnwd a while handker- , "Business Is booming In Norfolk ns j never chief. before. The hotels nre filled to overflowing just as they nre In Wash- - NOT PROMULGATED BY MOSES "'Guid,' said Tarn." Ington. New business blocks nre go- RECRUIT HAD OWN METHOD lag up nnd the residence sections of Hindu Ten Commandments Are Hung on Wails of Thcol6gical College the city nre being extended far into j ' at Madras, Showed He Could Do Some Shooting the outlying districts. I venture to say that in another decade Norfolk will When Sergeant Let Him Do It come close to being the leading city in ! There nre ten commnndments hung as He Wanted. the Old Dominlon.-bot- h In population ' " the walls of the Hindu Thenloglcnl In Madras, and while they and Importance." j College Among a batch of recruits sent up ! were not promulgated bv Moses, tliev recruiting olllce wns a tall? from the ,)0 "-- r christian d lanky, East Tennesscean, STRANGE VARIETIES OF FOOD college 1""";1 ' omglness, iig(n nnd pigeon, says nn ex- - PASSED OVER BY TOURISTS whose habitat stuck nut nil over him. Tho Pig's Food Habits. l'lgeon Kngllsh, therefore, means busif I He took to the training all right Pe0AlCcfuDifferfntlJPartSoft,h.earth! change. They are Wo must nil (says tho Pall Mall (1rrnytoGodassoonnsYourlelU",e' Out of the Way Hamlet In ness In KiiglMi. It W u strange adenough until the company went to the .. .v Gazette) make our apologies to the I from voiirbe.l mixture of Kngllsh, Chinese and .1 ucuucuir Jwiueriand Preterves Air of in. (2 Wiisli target range for rifle practice. ,.. , ....... Different Tastes. .. ....... ...... nu. nml Is used In all parts of pig, who lias been grossly maligned In Mrflt4 .Miur nun- - unai Keep your surroundings j . The sergeant In charge of the prac- regard to his food. Instead of being clean 5:10. 5:30 n. in. (H Prnir,i(, i the far enst ns n means of comiuunl flee (.bowed the recruits the regulation Strnnge foods, such ns potato flour, i yourself before your parents or guar- - ' Gruyeres is one of the few spots In eatlon between the natives and the ready to eat anything, he turns out to position for filing left elbow resting ' artificial protein cakes, green bone-dubo the most fnstldlous of nnlmals. ExSwitzerlnml where the tourist is few foreigners. During nearly Iinif a 0 against the side and all that. Hut to preparations, tabloid soups, pudding dlnns, nnd take good exercise Ti :30, "ml tnr '"'tween. It is nn out of thei tury, anil especially kIiico the opening periments havo been mado in France a. m. (4) Prepare well your Ies- his disappointment the Tcnncssecnn powders and other unusual things, have f Tunny ports to Uiiropeuni, liusinesn nnd Sweden which show this to be Uu sons 0:00, 0 a. m. (5) Attend school ,v"-- "ttle l'ndet where many old ctik- could not lift the target at a range of come Into use during the wnrand their I...- - developwl to such vast case, ami ln the latter country the regularly and pnnetunlly. and do the ,0Ins ,mve survived among tlie pens-- re'.i 100 yards. Finally in disgust the scr- - adoption serves to remind us that much school work properly. (0) Obey nnd "n,s! nn(l uotiutless sooner or Inter the proportions nnd reached Into so ninny record tells us that out of 573 plant! geant blurted out: good food material is neglected In or- respect ynnr teachers, and the tench- - vlsl,OM will dlscoer It nnd some one channels that some universally under-er- s the goat ents 410 nnd refuses 120: the "Sny, .llni. I thought you told me dlnary e. Only u few people eat of the other classes ami oilier re- - wl" l'roct n l"tel with 500 rooms on stood means of communication becaino sheep out of 528 plants caU387 nnd you ued to go out In the mornings snails; mo- -t of us would starve amidst spectablo persons. (7) Head till S ,,le 'te of the present Inn nnd parties absolutely necessary, and pidgin or refuses 141; out of 401 plants the cow and shoot the head off a squirrel for llent.v,nf locusts; and the thought of p. m. at home. (8) I'rny to God and wil1 hc lnut,u UI ' Genevn to watch pigeon English was the nnttirnl result.- - cnt 270 nnd refuses 218; out of 471 Minkes as food would give those who go jour breakfast, and now you can't to bed 0 p. ni. to 5 n.'ni. (0) Keep tM0 Peasant dances, and ladles from Its iicnulronicnt In the coast ports, at P'nnts the horse ents 202 and refuses hit that target!" call themselves civilized the shudders. .. good company and avoid bad company. ilius ",lu rnzn win ne taKing pnoio- - uu events, is a matter of ImiKirtnnco f19- - fltltl llii. .!.. . ..? !' ..!... To which came the draw line re- But unusual food, once become (10) Practice righteousness at all i Sr"l,lls of the aneleut cottages on ev-- , both with traders and with natives, 72 ami refuses 171. "Wal. sergeant, we all do do miliar, is often relished. Colonel cry corner. who seek situations in foreign employ, , that, an' if you'll let me shoot the way Roosevelt got the best work from bis times. The town clusters In a tiny compact nnd It has become popular as n niedi- ,ncn on Ids African expedition by I'm used to I can knock nil b 1 outen group or houses around the bite of the um of communication. Two Types of Elephants. promising them raw steaks from that target." FOR FLETCHER'S old castle, ns Is way The amused sergeant agreed and the slaughtered There are two distinct types of ele- - were built In the day of towns that hippopotamuses- Can- the when castles ' Effect! With Laths. recruit proceeded to spread ids legs tain Bartlett, who carried Stefnnsson phunts the African and Indian. The were used for protection, and not to wide apart, extended his left arm to to the arctic water, found raw polar former have developed the largest nnl-It- s esort two Left over wall laths can bo inndo COOIi SIMtlXGH. full length grasping the rllle near henr flesh more uppetlzlng than any- - J'"ls and nre quite different from the The streetsfranc lips from the visitor. use of in various ways. Tacked horiof Gruyeres are narrow zontally Jan. 29. Mr. Itonda Sandcfur Is the muzzle and put ten shots through j thing lie had eaten at home. Indian type, having only four visible and and vertically at thu back short ; they run nt unexpected an the center of the bull's eye. of an ordinary wooden box nnd the ill with rheumatism. Frenchmen eat snails and dog steaks tn?s on the rear feet, as against five in gles ami end In little squares and tri- - ...I.1.. , 1.1. ... . ...!....! Mr, T. C. Dennis and family spent 1.1... Iie Indian, the ears are very much "Jim's performance with the rillo cost there more than,uiutton. Some a'most cl was spectacular," added the narrator. nrctic tribes prefer to'hVve their fish lnrger and the spinal ridge of the Afri-"nn- il Sunday with Mr. O. 12. Scott's famco they . squares there Is nn'"'"' in one mi Ing put nn abrupt end to the ser- -' decomposed before eating them, and can shows a marked hump or rise, for the window dent stone carved Into hollows of va- Theytrellis also effective as a or porch. ily. are efforts to teach him how to even then perhaps they smell no worse R'nning at the hips, whereas the bedroom Messrs. Marvin nnd Clove lilacs, rious sizes. At the bottom of each Iii after years he curried off i ,lmn LImburger or Brie cheese. South dlan elephant's back slopes gently hollow Is a stone plug. This stone Is closet convenience for holding dress- of Itockport, visited their father, S highest shooting honors three ' Americans oat lizards nnd mares' milk downward from this point. The the s They should be palat W. Mines. Saturday nlKht ,..- - ing gowns, etc. , um lima 1,ll,...n,l ,.lll..., aad n favorite Russian beverage. Truly, in succession won the Buffalo, V 0l Mte ntl touched up with pink or " defies "the fiercest sun, while the rrin . 7i-- V . ""uuv,: , ,, . to",UN- medal." "there is no accounting for tastes." Indian lopes away from It to the heavi- - "n" blue flowers, or they can painted seller pours one of the hollows with the motifs from the Mr. nnd Mrs. M. M. Tato wore tho New York Sun. hang' ' j est, coolest shade. Kuests of Mr. John Woodhurn last T1,c 'w of t"' elephants Is widely full, and tho purchaser pulls out the InRS. rn,s llookH nro llttncll(M, l0 tll0 ' Made 10,000 Shark Hooks. disputed, the best calculations of hunt- - plug to let the grain run into his squares, nnd un uddltlon, both useful wook. Playing the Man. The government is going In for'slmrk ' basket. Mrs. Holiert Goodall Is ill with and pleasing, Is gnlned In tho home. No nia'tLr wliat part lie may be ' ''rs "ml scientists being admittedly flshing, but not ns a' sport, however It ' The houses nbout tlie little streets is going alter this aquatic monster that '"""' ln stienuous game of life i "" " """ """ "u naznrus, might be copies of medieval illustraMiss Agnes Ilcdgor Ualtcd Miss Sir Samuel Baker, ihi autherlty. tnu Minis oi me MiuricK may be tanned as it is presented today, tho brother Vain Regrets. tions, anil the dates on many of them hood man, above all others, must play states tho average life of nn elephant go back to and used ns a substitute for leather. "I can't see what Mildred sees In I. nla Mines rccontly. medieval times. Each bouso The experiment Is now under way, the man. These are limes when the to he about 150 years. It Is exactly lias its little garden full nf simple that Smith boy," remnrked tho girl's Mr. Jess Hrown, of Camp Custor, and tho man who 1ms given Uncle Sain best that is in us must be given to known that elephants have lived In mountain flowers ami In tho iloorwnv mother. "He linsu't got brains enough 'Battle Crcok, Michigan, Is In on a a leg over the fence, as It were. Is J. "carry on," tuiti the race run witli captivity for 130 years. Naturalists or ln the garden ton days' furlough. visitlnR friends Itself the women sit '" n,s hmii t0 m n Pe"ut shell." W. Fortlliain, a New London. Conn., steadfastness and n munly purpose. believe, however, nn elephant's life in ut work ou the pmbrnlderv wt11' x (,an' s"' 'our mother and relalvcs. which Is n nrtlsan, whose blacksmith shop is In As Hubert I.. Stevenson o beautifully tlie wild state to be twice as long, ac- famous local product. Gruyeres Is snl(l the samo tiling about rao when I miss Km,u ScoU visited Misses the vicinity of picturesque Shaw's puts it : "Whether we regard life as u cording to a recently published book known for Its fmbroldories and its wn hurting you." replied the girl's t'orinno and Tholina Dennis Satur-Jove, for in that little smlthery 10,000 lino leading to a dead wall a mere called "The Klephant." Indulgently. ther cheeses. both of which are strong and (, ,t shark hooks were made In three sizes bag's end, as the French say or ,. n, Jumcs Sampson, who has "shc certainly did, but I wns Just guaranteed to wear well. , whether we think of It as u vestibule been for the United Statis government. Only I ns big u fool as Mildred Is now. Plant. ,V Mr. Fordham signed the contract or gyinnnsiuni, where wo wait our turn wouldn't listen to tho ndvlco of my mcK n,r s.omo lIm0 ls no "otter at Successful attempts hnve been made and was allowed thirty da.xs In which and prepare our facilities for some to bring under profitable cultivation IG0RR0TES HAVE ODD HABITS ciders- mis writing. to complete the order. By keeping his more noble destiny; whether wo thunMr. O. !:. Scott and family and T. the dp.serfc rubber plant, gunyule. The force working day and night he was der in a pulpit or pulo in little esthetic wild shrubs havo long been collected Use No Cutlery, Grabbing Food Out of EASY TO TRAIN SHEPHERDS C. Dennis nnd family and Mra. Mary a Common Kettle Presented aldo to ship the entire consignment to poetry books ubout its Minity and brev- in great quantities In Mexico, uud tbp J. Sliavcr and Mr. Jesso Drown spent Puppies Soon Learn If They Are Placed Sunday with the government agents In New York ity, whether we look Justly for years rubber, which grades much lower than With a Spoon. Mrs. Morto Tato. With Ewes and the Lambs in little more than half the time called of health and vigor, or are about to para, Is extracted by such simple proLlttio Misses Ula and Hoxy Wll- mount Into a bath chair, us u step to- cesses us to make Its production very Taken Away. After Interviewing tno for hulf an for In the contract. Marine News. korson nro critically ill with pneu- wards the hearse; in each and all of profitable. The task of the developing hour the old chief led me to the feast, these views and situations thero is but methods of cultivation, says a Carne- says Edward S. O'Hellly, describing a It Is easy enough to train shenhord I,,on'uHands and Feet. JIr- - Clarence Dennis and family At n busy crossing In Edinburgh n one conclusion possible; that u man gie Institute report, lias now been suc- visit to the Igorrotcs In the World Out- .dogs If they are taken ns puis pies. When tlie sheep are lutablng. woro tho guests of Mr. Hen H. should stop his ears iigulnst paraly- cessfully accomplished by Dr. Y, 11. look. Two huge iron kettles wero cabman was Mopped by the policeman on tho lire. One was lilled with take n lumb iiwny from Its mother Woodburu Tuosdoy, mi point duty in order to allow the sing terror nnd run the race that ts MacCfillum, who, in making a genetic set before him with a single mlud." Mrs. Mary J. Shaver is vIsIUhb hor eross traffic to proceed. analysis of the plant, bus found that rice uud the other had a kind of Irish and put the puppies on the ewe. Keep , me ewe neu up ror u rew onys una niece, Mrs. Agnoa Tate, this wook. It Includes several elementary species. stew. The man in blue, evidently proud of I "Flylno Fish" Torpedo. Like all Filipinos, tlie Igorrot cats see mat tno utile puppies iiurHc her; ms ninnon ty. kept the cabby waiting Mr. John Woodhurn snvo a musl- which do not readily Interbreed. StudAerial torpedoes tho bane of Ger- ies of the plant have been iniide ut the wltu his bunds, but I fished a tin spoou then It will not bo long until she will ca, nt0rtnlnmont Tuesday night iu longer than was necessary. man submarine crews ami first-linThe cabman began to proceed, desert laboratory, Tucson, while in out of my suddle packets und gave think as much of the pups ns she does ,lonor of ., ' . nr0wi, tho hand of the policeman was trenches have been called "Hying tho samo neighborhood company has them a lesson ln tnblo manners. They ot her lamb. llsh," because their tapering cylindri- purchased 7,000 acres of land on which watched every bito I took with amazeah soon as tne pups are oni enough Against him. ,7,7vmt 'V, s "Dili ye no' see me liaudln' up my cal bodies and huge suggest to establish guuyule culture. This is ment. After tho meal was finished, Um to follow the sheep let them go with Ju"roads aro almost they will soon bo tnk- thu tropic sea creatures. The torpe- tho only Jiund?" roared the angry policeman. plant grow-lu- g spoon wus passed nround and carefully the bunch nnd Inspected. Seeing that tho old chief Inc euro of the sheen. Tlie docs will ""Passible on account of Ico. "Well, I did notice that It began to does are held upright In tlie ulr uud within thu borders of the United Irono Taylor. 1 year ami 10 monthH was L'reiitlv Internsteil In tlilsi nmv.fnn. soon learn to take them out 6f the get dark suddenly," bald the cabby; given u diving eloeity by tho ulr re- states. -Klcd instrument. I nresented it to bliu sheds Iu the morning and bring them ola daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. but I didn't know It was your hand. sistance which strikes the fins, spin,, unci: nt night. And if u strange dog Crowdor, died Monday evening at In n neat after-dinne- r speech. Ye see, It's takln' me all my time tao niug them louud uud round. ConSome Information. He accepted it with delight. Having or wolr comes arouad, one dog will 5U5 of diphtheria, nnd was burled Seep my horse f rae shjiu nt yer feet I" trary to popular impressions, certain "Sedentary work," said tho lecturer no pockets, forms of ulr reslstnuco speed up rather ho btuck the spoon through 'toy and fight while unother will sturt In Mt. lMeasaut comotory this ovon-- 1 on physical torture, "tends to lessen home. In lambing time nB. ''o sl'f d' thuu retard falling objects. yQ oxtond our sympathy to tho a hole In his car, where ho woro It with Not the endurance." Delicate Youth. they keep the sheep closo nround the ncrcnml 01108i n Jaunty pride. Hero Is a little tory made public only thu aerial torpedoes, but all air"Iu other words," butted In tho smart j. run nil nr Pfinin '" ' j.m in tnln nn rn.n iuimu ii.a .i . i... tt plane bombj and darls, uru now groovuvu ..... um iiiiiii-ins" ," mid " . '" , by the United States Marine corps: "", Mr. and Mrs. Jay Westorflold'H iiouriiuer, nlcck, "tho moro one sits tho le ono ed or iliined liour tliey kept it up, beating their torn u ih'kii-- "i iiiiviiiBVUCO iiiui la niur- to whirl In fall- can stand." 1'onrliiff that tin rigors of warfare c"dron havo had a very sovoro at- ing. Tho Germau Zeppelin bombs uud llttio brass kettles und cir- voimiB. ti.ov enn Hftnn h niir.i,i i,n tack of whooplag tonis would be too much for her delicate son, "Rxnctly," retorted tho lecturer, cling cough and ono child master's calls or slghata ami will obey about tho lire. They danced ln a woman living at Fresno. On!., wrote are similarly constructed. "and If ono lies n great deal one's ordered formation, going through evo- promptly. It ls essential that they,""8 "ovoiopou pneumonia, wo aro sor- to the United States Marino corps standing Is lost completely." Judge. lutions that would have done credit to simll be fed by some sort of system, ry to hoar. Uses of Potatoes In Sweden. headquarters nt Washington, ask-in- j; Mr. and Mra. Arthur Havons havo a Broadway chorus. In the shadow of and It ls well to have them understand Usos Hindu of Swedish potato crop, Hint tho young men bo disPeople Will Think. tho huts I could seo tho women, stand- that this Is their reward. If one has moved to Mr. 0. T. Taylor's farm. otllclnlly estimated this year at ?1.211,-B-'charged. "What did they do with that ac- ing with arms ouutrotched, chanting a goon worKiug dog, it is surprising! Mr. V. T. Taylor, who has boon bushels, will bo Interesting to peo-pl"lie Is too weak and delicate to be cused official?" In subdued monotouo uud swaying to how readily u young nulmnl will leurn on tho sick Hat- - for some time la of the United States. Of the o in the service," she wrote. "He is a from the old one. But the masters do Blowly Improving. "I'emlliif; u hearing, they have sus- tlie rhythm. crop, .17.1 per cent Is ubed for ditlnctonlthV helper by trade, and I pended Mia without prejudice." not always have an old dog, and then TeUphotio service ls badly damwould prufer 1dm to stay at his last rect human consumption; 112.7 per cent "Looks to mo like another snmplo of the trainer must play the dog himself aged Is fed to nnlmals, and 0.5 per cent is Job." Pidgin English. on account of so much Ico. Bointihliig that can't bo done." uud do a little running. Kveryono TluTuiluor wns Informed that, for used lit Hour making. Tho loss in Wo don't look for thu ground to Tho world 'pldglu.f or phlgeon, as has his own whistles or words at "l!Ii?" storugo Is 11.0 per cent and 11.8 per the tmo bfliig, hor son would remain connected with English. Is u China- bo clear of snow until late spring ".Suspending u man without and a dog soon catches ou. coal. Is retained for boed. inwiitMi man's poor nttempt to pronounce the Little Jewel and Kvolyn Taylos aro 'J business. Brewer gives It busl- slckillst. Will-lncc, TRY THE JOB OFFICE AIwL well-know- n pnra-chnt- e, REPUBLICANS FOR i ". SORTS OR Qulity and Workmane, cen-0:3- : ' ; I PRINTING ss, wnue-specKic- d j ! Promptc ! ' j ' tow-heade- , '1 wm ,,.c n-- ' 1 st ' j ' '.444 w,. v 1 ' ship for a Reasonable Amount of Money Our Aim .;, ' u-- I t ( t . Children Ory CASTOR A ' V j y. r St nX i , Afri-year- s """. , -- ,..' ""' Rubber-Producln- o - bliu-inerl- e .... ulr-flu- rubber-producin- g " I fr """ en-tir- A com-uiiui- oi.-th- e yO " 1a - V- -