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Hartford herald (Hartford, Ky.): January 6, 1915 Hartford herald (Hartford, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Jno. P. Barrett & Co. Hartford, KY 1915 haf1915010601_sn84037890 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Hartford herald (Hartford, Ky.): January 6, 1915 Hartford herald (Hartford, Ky.) Jno. P. Barrett & Co. Hartford, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. p-'- J am PI s 5 HAOTFOteD HERAT fc f l' W.-- 7TljL.iJ '3S Vy 8m94rtpHtx $i 'jit' 1! 4X T Vmtim s U.r ' '' EAR; iw ylrfvfitwce. At ' Com, lh Herald of i foiij ffwIJ, th Htwi TAM S'lhn ft lawhtring at Hi fad." H 1 .'ifcri ' 't u 'f HARTFORD, corapan- - KL, - Kinds fob JPt'inthlf Neatly Executed. NO. 1 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1915. KENTUCKY vessel, tho owners tho proposed regu-rftw- .J 1ndor tho bill persona or orations would bo prohibited Importing contract labor or lielttng or inducing tho importa- 4 -vi i Pll". itupt lnimlgrants except "that .vL flTT'" lifdj labor if otherwlee adnilssl- I1...I..-- 1 I ,i- ,)J. illHVIUUCU 'In Bill, Pusses rk hA ihiportcd if labor or llko .rc.--! . W I' 2e, mv 1. unemployed cannot hn fnumi In "v r a n r,i El(i J,ls country." o 5 b?ho' question of necessity for im porting 'itch Hbor is to bo deter F mined uy mo secretary of Labor. An amendment submitted bv Senator (9 efeiin farmers Are EXemf ttSfej,,n nnd accepted, pro- TJI oiuciais ot tho uepart- tfl?5fi CAuniiitjiuun.'pyf ; jwbKoI Labor and Commerco shall U US " closely observo tho industrial condl- i7 Kf An Aniendment IP ' '"U tlonsjof tho country and notify Con gress' whenever, in their opinion, ex SAID TO OPPOSE pected immigration would materialft '; : ill ly increaso the number, of unemployWaahlncton. Jan 2. Tlfe 3lj' ed In tho country or roduce the. Cratlnri bill, contnfntnc" tl standard of wages to workmen. The ,- ',!.! s ,i' u bill outlines a system o supervision "u l . j ,wJea&, whlph. lias been tho o okimmigrnnt ships and also pro . .yy'il',.Z.'.t-fc.- .i -j iu(,itu ,iiit'.iiiH4mibianun luiuriu t'Ui.itf files for Immigrant stations at in 'Cterlllia Kroaler.iHirt ol two nation! terior points for tho distribution of Iho aliens. to T .! mm mmm itii senate, u,c n ,'llcn on tho whieh'vlolato jtefngalnst jiteamahlp IN ALLEGED "POSSOIH HUNTER" SEEKS DAMAGES 10 HAVE NO glum. Tho of Hast Belgian Civic Oovern-'o- r Flanders; Herman Do eie test --I V. J IMUHOTHEPR! a to-da- y. &$$ viuui . . k, '.l"!.") a: i'... I, , 50 NEW METHODIST CIIUKCH ' ;.,rfV;lt wja KErBPTIOX WAS FIXE ( j fThobvcrvfJiolinltng ''majority , jxs1 fvec&dod despite the 'fuct thatil'C .The Ideft Wilson has Indicated d Wfd 'dl&l' ifWontlonjnlvpn liv Ihn Tn- Aid gocipty'jof tho Methodist the measure, na former vPreEl- Chmch at tho now church building on, Xo Ydar's evening wiis a.t lifmjjWlth tho educatlonaff 'Ujit hv. ind most enjoyablo affair in ATiii every respect. It was given in to In the Senate Jhdfwt ?d commemoration of the completion, bill could bo roniwedfby of the bulldlug and as an ovldenco required the I l tf f llA ton4at It alAnwHn vi'lllnll It n should tho I'realdcribfrBijL"' "." Sonators,&Sifi4,,mrcn niwaj8 axwnas lo ovory' measure. n. lrlecttho uy to como anu enjoy tuc nno re- vs y voted against, tho bill ara IDraydW-feelgeo, McCumber, Martine, ouor: lan, llrious spirit and cordial good ing that' pervades its clr:les. i Mi Hansdoli, Reed ai?d Walsh.tho i The Tcccption lafated from 3 ll 1' Tho bill vas passedyby p. m, and a very largo o'clock to February- 4 last by a vote of 2 crowd graced tho occasion with 126. kept their presence., A register-waAlthough the Senate umende for those who attonded which" c6n- seyo'ral partlcula House blHJin I thind 23P people, moracyt was unaiioreu bu for rbv.t it tho autographs of on account vas evident that, exemption anRnnltfeiinl .Wej.i.ft th? cro.wdr who ;wcrp, present InU 'Wttblftrtl not. "sign "t..- - , ". YtWi& a uninty nincn wai erveu it;I)rabaWfvw'ill risk lo fl"rafer- - to all, a dozen or moro charming " Zlt'ar?: amenamems dlMnt- - joung Misses acting as waitresses, ;; Administration aders u musc WM turn raiftpafldent, ament nonts throughout tho evening by Bean's bo. accepted and the bl sent Orchestra, composed of young la' to "the President by iho raid He of dles and gentlemen. Tho spacious nextweekl, concrete basement of the church jA'mong he Senate amem nents was occupied by a jolly throng ot y which Jffousp leadors havo-sadelighted visitors, seated in pairs accepted Is one to ox- vrouldbo and groups, enjoying tho hearty, i elude from tho "edj, wholeomo splrlt of It all. personsrof tho African It wnB A fitting commomoratlvo grp blood. Another atreMtriWlffl j effort on tho part of the Ladies A''1 phraseology pronllqfonofL .i. membertt have worked so ' I nnlv'f flfntnta lqug nnd zealouBly for this splendid Closing hours 'of tho debnfu werd now building, and who deservo dovoted to an amendment a Sena-far- much pralso for their labors. The tpf Lodge to exempt Bclglr building would be a credit to many Sirs frpm tho literacj- tH Mid to towns larger than Hartford. the.provlslons which ,proh(WI Amer Y ple-ga- nf .. WX'MB two-twr- Vt LJ jTJ """' "- -" $ - V s -- . f I i 1 h pfob-nol- aJ 8HIU m -- - soliciting or jpduclng JO." CKUXTUOKV COUXTIES 'iiTfotinn a ran v Rnvorr. DltV" 15 A UK Y17T "WET" l&SK!. 'organizations aro end to'.Jaduco Bclclan.refucoes bseltl LeMngton, Ky., Jan. 1. An tho " . 'k; . f , . iv inixiHB couniry, result of local option elections held ' Thd amendmept aKinallp adopt- last fall, nino countios in Kentucky, ed by aTvo'to. o? 34 to 22 'follows; some containing big liquor manuV "That lhe provisions of (this .act facturing plants, became "dry" last ' relating to tho UterBCyTtrt b? In mldnlKht. Stocks loft over woro khall ( shipped to larger cities whero duced or assisted t0 asrlcuHuftl5lmlgrnts j,auor is still sold. Tho counties m vKiuni wiig tumu lo.uiu UI1U- which went "dry" last nlgH arc atates during tho'courU of iho Bourbon, Bell, Scott, Shelby, Oouno, ent JBuropean war or titnm onp Carroll, Montgomery, Clark hm1 after, Its termination! owing to technically, Mason, though It la m stances or conditions arising stated hero that saloon licenses havo Kb, tho war, If it Isi shown to been granted in Maysvllle, and tho sfaction of tho Coimlssloner saloon keepers havo executed a qt Immigration frt,Iiat tho bond in tho Circuit Court Belgian immigrants tomo with to continue until the In business Hiion ot engagmr-nagri hlghost court pa8CB on tho contest b the United MniTiMd to now po'idl v in tiiut county. I. nierjeau unit amw - " Thi leaves IlfJeen counties out of JH literacy test, a TV 20- in Kentucky still "wet," with . . .. xm. py me senate, i.I unpractically liquor being legally sold in only . :ed the House, hi I amendi as twonty-thre- o towns and villages in ;.m enlarfce the oiaminatlons tho nntire State. Officers of tho persons fleeing'rom polltl- VV'V snt Prnhibttlon Leacuo announced cial as well as religious per. itdni, . ( stato-wld- o light will bo CI J. having been takej up bofore tho neXt Lc,.,9la. iaiur-- i oi me dim wnicn ture. .' the existing law re dalgned Wt to. Increase Mr. J. M. Sosh Dead. f&HKPtFi M Mid mortis and r-ilSlMr. J. M. Sosh died very suddenly hthe .eountry. at his'homo on Main street Monday erants la teen HNM from S4 morning about 7:30 o'clock. His 'rHinalna wore burled In Green Brier i. Mprl exelaa'jeJagsea ohurch cemetery at 11:30 o'clock vi.i;-l.- iMh from ln x 'f'JfS!y imrgta,, j a 1 !.. - ? P: L roj-,otj- rn FT Lfc nllnwlnv w4th .l deceased, who was 83 years old. leaves three sons, Oeorge Sosh, renders them f Owwisboro; Rlehard. Sosb, Phllpot, h Mvwmoooj pMhm who and W. S. 'Soah. Hartford, with dvocHf th,,unbkjja da- - whow he wa making hlhome at if pr'P"HY)EiBH)r. .vt tlna of hla.doath. The dseeaied . WM wel' liked. by every ene who e gefd pr wl'h an turclls l (HiuiWlUy ,Iim1 ....... flvMUi(d . "n "ilWT" n wnmWlWrMwa of Tmh ihi cAm'RK vmw kiw. i HIW J MlhW." WWfiH, U ooh priHi, riiwftnn ' tiJf j i H M DM iw.9r?m9jr a rainy M BUHttOflt. It USl y- - s- - " ;, WMWfc far mtk or tw. BUILDING maMiiir It clear that tho mooting had taken plnqe under tho nver-v. BY elgnty of the King and Queen, "wltlj Sues Coal Company In Aluhlen Commission Fails In Effort To whom," M. Do Uactz declared wo nro moro than over united." Raise Funds Sufficient berg County For InAt thoso words tho entlro assem- In PopRace For bly sprang to .Its feet and filled the f For Purpose. juries Received. hall with shouts of "Long llvo the ular Election 'King, long live tho Queen, and long Greenville, Ky., Jan. 4. ChargWilli tho dawning of tho New llvo Belgium'." ing that he was tho victim of an un- Year Kentucky's chance to securo The mooting ngrecd that tho Ocr- -' OF UKITED S1ATES SENATORS Eposi-tlo- .l provoked attack by armed employes n plto at,, tho I'anania-I'aclfi- c man dcvnnd ''ou'd bo met by a of tho Bovier Coal Company and In Sun i'rnncSaO for a Ken- gencrnl levy on individuals. wounded fifty t!mo3 In tho side and tucky 1$flltiliig wont Aspirations For Togas Cost back. Will Vance, liow unaor Indict- tho KcnfficKy Commission, composItKAVl.il Il.lM. ment for alleged participation in a ed of ybto Senator Starling L. Democrats Jan, 4. Hero we come with "possum hunter" raid upon tlio com- Marshalf,i,of Henderson, State New four! Tho year 1914 is Lead in Expendituies. pany's commissary, has Hied suit in Harry B. Meyers, of Cov- - a thing of history and many aro its tho Muhlenberg Circuit Court for lngtoif.t and former Stato He events of Iniport'ince. No jear In $5,000 damages against tho coal ftlvfcJoii W. HoUard, of bnoiuj- - tl p past h,m rcco did such enormous TOOK A MONTH TO GET KtiPOKT company. J. P. Cox, thq alleged villoniaying fniled to nise tho pec- and destructive battles. Never has Washington, Jan. 4. Nearly half leader In tho nttack, is named as n essary amount of money for this a nw joar dawned onha farmers In tho suit. structure.- - As a result, Kentucky of this country for a richer harveht, a million dollars '7as spent by canTho "shooting up" of the Bovier will be one of tho few States with- as high prices for all cereals at tills didates of all parties lust November w.-- . . l .1 !... Company's store several months ago out Representation. Had tho com- tlmo indicate. ii i.nu-whe- at The largest rro of '" lu" ,,,s'- - i'iu..ir was one of tho principal breaches of mission' succeeded in raising $5,000, Se,llltoi '" history or ever planted in tho county In I0? Statcs tho law ascribed- - to tho "possum. even, s!onio sort of a Kentucky build- any one rep-U- p jtar was planted last fall'11'0 "ovemment. $400,777.25 8t:lte-o-d hunter'' bands In this county. Flvo ing jVijuld have been erected on tho Ull tl,,' late freezes it never look-- 1 rcscnts tUo total nf worn r C!imPaIB men In tho Attacking party woro exposition, grounds, according to Mr. expenditures 'jetter. Most ot tho fanners 0f',nents wounded. Cox was the lender of n HollSudbut the total amount rais- this locality did their breaking for'"lcd w,th thc cretary of the Son. small group of omployes ot tho com- ed Wftf? 'only $1,305.50. This, ac- this jrar's corn crop last fall. In '"" " '"" ,UL" w" smigiii scnato "thirty-on- e pany who returned the lire of the cording' tjH Mr. Holland, did not cov- fact, thoy States. aro well up with tholi rial honors from Of this grand total thero was conrnldcrs. Following tho trouble thi.' er thq.cc" ot tb." campaign Institut- farm worlt generally. With the grand Jury returned Indictments ed to rahto the necessary funds, tho promise for higher prices' for their tributed from various sources to tho ngalnst llvo local men nnd Vance commissioners pajing the balance products, they aro generally In fine candidates $18S,847.ft9. In accord was named as ono of tho alleged out df their own pockets. anco with these figures, therefore, spirits. ' outlaws. t Jthfi,j outlet It wa9 planned to Our Police Judge has been absent the candidates thomselvds turned In his action against Cox and the havo the Kentucky Legislature ap for somo tlmo in Owensboro. Ho into circulation for tho privilege of coal concern Vnnco charges ho wat propriate' $50,000 Tor a site and made his appearance last Saturdaj running for oOlce, $271,929.50. figshot whilo walking nlong tho rlght- - building at tho exposition, and the and convened court with a Senators who looked oor thu hrv of the Louisville & Nashville bill looking to that end passed the docket. Among tho eases was that ures manifested great interest, and railroad.' Ho sets forth that when Kentucky Senate When It reached of tin Italian peddler for selling hU it was remarked that should ail tho he passed the store ho was "molest- tho Housp; iiowevcv, It was defeated wares in town without license. Up Senators bo elected at opo time, tho ing no ono nor intending to do any- by oiiovvote, and then tho rommls-slo- n was cost to the candidates, based upon lined $2 and costs. ' I r.ougbt to one harm; when Cox and other emestablished, would ba thrcts $25,000 raise Williams, of i tho ratio ..... i. Mr. and Mrs. Morton nr ttlnAn aa .,.,.t ployes directed by hlm.'opened firo." thrfcugli .private subscription. 1""' "l "iMHUMi.uiu.-iy Daniel Boone. Ky.. visited Mr. AVJI- Hearing of tho damage suit and Aboriginally agreed 'and mother, Mr. and, 384'0.0; father Vance's" trial both arn expected to tlmqERivetf: Kentucky i n wbWjtb led in the expenditures Saturday and ' Mrs. .1 I. WlHIafi bo reached at tho January term "of ralseffiinds sufficient to warraniithe Wlth ?2 2'Son-00- Republican can- & Sunday Kc.nt.tn-:- . tho Muhlenberg Circuit Court. The JIUJUftlK, ML it S1LU 1U1 b JYVIll UIH dtilatos spent $15G,bS4.33; Progres- H..,inrV t.n w..ti. ...u...u.j ... court's docket contains tho smallest bulldtngdh tho exposition grounds pan y .....bUE. finish tho present sIvc.$55,15S.04 ; Prohlbltloillsts. to number pf civil actions in many uMdT&Piember 1. So poor ?: Socialists. W64.74-n- ,l Mr. ioadt .will touch .V 'S years, Jjut"the. criminal doc.ktvl.i,si...thq JgBMMot U l commhMiton W! mlclmndonta 5.1,04,0.06. ' Th'eaver- Apartment:- Krm-a;. . '...., ....:&y;.. iengtljy piiOy' Aajlitioninvcijrin-- , ;sliSdwfei?V1,0W0Vlr' that thq e' tiyi.i- - Biiucuun)j:(1f)ritc. Bom to tho wlfo'ot Mr AI li lionfc of outlawry aro to tfe mndo IV lim'o JltrjiH wnv extended to Jnjiiiary republic5a,U74?i3; Duvall, tho 31st of Decombor, a lino democrats, the grand Jury this month ans. $2,852.44. V.'lH.' girl. Riothir and child doing well The largest expenditures occurred Coihmissiunur Holland said that nnd another homutin&iio happy. OXK OF TWIXJ3 IS JIOBX' many things Conspired against the in tho Stato ot Georgia, wit ere two . Mrs. Elizabeth' Willlama, mother-IX 101 J; OT1IKK IX ll)15. commission iT Its efforts to raise ot Mr. Mason Taylor, has Senators wero elected, the amount necessary amount, tho chief sworn to by all candidates there toha been qulto ill of late with la grippe, riiiinuoipuia, Jan. z. wnen ,tno Binng tluj European war, taling ?lt,492.C3. North Carolina : baby girls In the Frankfort hospital with consequent 'mono- ,.- stringency but is better nt this writing. Born to th- - wife of Mr. Ferguson, candidates, whero Senator Overman grow up and Tvrito or flail when in this country. was broughiip tho rear living two miles out the Cromwell they wero born, ono 111 say in 1014 girl. Mother and with a total cxpendlturo of $702.05. road, last wck, a IJKNNKTT'S. and the. other in tl)l5. ' William Hensley, defeated Progres- If they remain so closoly resemJan. 4. VThoro was a splendid .hllil ilnlni wnll. gave a rook aIvo of 0rcKn' whoiroporlod that Mitt Hcttlo Alford bling. &ach other as thoy are now, entertainment given by Miss Klton bursed ? 10,3291 and had 0 they will not need to tell that they HufT Saturday nght nt Edwards party Now Year's evening. She uted to hts campaign $10.- color ried out tho white and black are twins, but If they do say it, thoy schoolhouse. n 2clG-!)3- ' ca J'1lato ' will havo some explaining to do. Tho party gven by Mr. Ira Allen flclminc in serving. Thero were .oxcocd the $10,000 limit fixed by ...,... ii .ti4iv rm,. i t3vi. v ,1( ttwiiu But thoy can prove it all right. Friday night was much enjoyed by tiiivirirj law. of town 'wero: Mr. KIrby Park, of Tho records of tho hospital will bear nil present, Mr. Owen Jones, of it fixed by law. them out. Tho rocord Is to this Mr. J. T. Wallace visited relatives Cenlortown, and Several candidates reported that o. All reported a pleasant effect: at Fordsvlllo last week. they spent no money whatever, but evening. "Born, to Mrs. Anna McKay, of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff l'Ickorlll and lowest expenditure on record Mr. Hub ltumniago entertained tho 3231" Hurley street, twin girls, on children, of near Owensboro, uro yas eight cents, repotted by M. J.. his class of young men of the MethDecember 31, 19U, nnd January 1, visiting relatives In this neighborcaudidatQ In Hitchons, Socialist odist Sunday School Saturday ovon-in1915," hood. Ohio. Each young man invited a Tho oldest of tho twins was born llev. Mrs. Miller Is visiting her To obtain all tho .sworn state- -' spent in the last minuto of the dying old mother nnd sister in Grayson eoun- - girl friend. Tho evening was required moro At tho closo refresh- meats ot candidates In contests. year, and tho other camo to life as ' than a mouth of constant dTrt on Miss Cora Maples, who was tho ments wero served. the Infant year of 1915 was ushered the part of Senate olllrlals. guest of her sisters, Mrs. Fred into being. OI.EAK KUN. and Mrs. John Carter, of Sim- EDISON'S FOKHCAST OF TWO DEATHS DUK TO NEW THINGS FOR 1013 mons, tho past week, returned home Jan. 1. Wo hope 1915 will bo a PTOMAIXK POISONING Thursday prosperous year In Kentucky. Most and was accompanied by Orango, Jan. 4. Hero aro a fow of tho farmors fecom to bo using' her sister, Mrs. John Carter. Shelbyvllle. Ky., Jan. 2. Mrs. b Mrs. Eliza "Morris, of uear Con- of tho now year predictions made their time pretty voll at tho start. Norman Neal, 25 years old, died at cord, was the guest of Mrs. L. Ma- Thomas A. Edison Jn an Intorviow Messrs. C. T., M. G.. and Ira D. tho King's Daughters' Hospital to- ples Saturday. Funk stnrtcd'jfor Owonsboro this night of what Is believed to havo Tho war will last two years moi.. morning wlthjkllr, Alonzo Jlartlett's Sovcral .horses aro dying in this ) Her beou ptomaine poisoning. Germany can not win. neighborhood. tobacco. Mibs l'earl Neal, 15 years Submarines will not ellmlnJjo Little Ethyl Louise Funk is very Mr. P. 11. McDowoll, who has ' old, died from tho same cause last dreaduoughts. been sick for somo time, is in Censick of bronchial trouble, Sunday night. Tho United States will run its tral City, taking treatment. Mr, Chnrllo Baxloy, of Sunnydale, On Thursday of last wcok Mrs. Bro. Day, of Dundee, filled Bro. own warships by 15,000,000 worth and Mr. Billy Gates, of Indianapolis. enNeal and Miss Pearl Neal wero Vanhoy's appointment at Bethol tho of storage butteries, tho contract for Ind., visited relatives and friends gaged in making sausage at their L3d Sunday. Bro. Day is a splendid which tho wizard expects to receive hero Saturday. Tlihi Is Mr, Gates,' homo, near Todd's J'olnt. Both of young minister and preached an In- -, this year. first visit back to Kentucky Jn twenthem tasted of tho sausagn ns they foresting sermon. Ammonia will bo produced from ty years. prepared It In order to ascertain if . ( Miss Bessie Thomas, of Concord, tho nlr. Mrs. J. T. Funk, sou it woio properly seasoned. Both His schemo for utilizing tho pres- P. Hoagland wont to Hartford on wns tho guest ot Misses Jennie and 111 at onco,' Miss Neal desper-ratel- y Margaret McDowell Saturday und ent wastago of 10,000 gallons of business i so, nor death occurring on Sunday. benzol dilly in this country will hoi Hfn Anila.Dnti Alin .1t it .mlfii mifl Bundoy ns stated. Mrs. Neal was Severn! from this neighborhood perfected. baby, ot Owonsboro, aro visiting bolleved to bo getting bettor until havo gono to Ldvcrmoro with their American business mon will stop rolatlves horo. morning when her condition tobacco. this bomoanlng tho war and "get busy." I Mr. CIcoro Wudo and wife and boqamo suddenly worso. In the'hopo iMhjses Lizzio Wado and Vadii"Tuy-l- or she cou'd get bettor attention THE HKI.GIAN that ltev. Muddov Moves, MET spout Saturday ulght with Mrs.. sho was romoved to tho, hospital Union, Ky., Jan. 4, 1915. WITH JUUCH ENTHUSIASM Sis Wade, of Adaburg. hor hone. but was very here from Hartford Herald; Please find weak when sho reached tho hospital Amsterdam, Jan. 3. A dispatch, ono dollar enclosed to renew my .. Tlio ApiM'lius? Cost. and sank rnp'dlv until tho end at received hero from Ghent, described subscription to Tho Herald, Ohango Forty million dollars Is the otter-mo11:30 o'clock a meeting of Belgian burgomasters my address from Hustenvllle, Ky., t?tal currency glvM s tU ' to deliberate upon methods ot ras- - to Union, Ky., It F. D. No, I. I dally cost 'in money of the Kurviv Notice. lug tho German war levy of 4S0,- - hfvo jut moved here o becomo pas- - wnr "bf this Great UrlUln tttv aK Ifavlng sold half interest in my ' .',.. 000,000 francs f 89S.OO0 nno) dur-- . tor of Blgbono Baptist cburch. Thlf lotted $5,000,000. FnuHm ilhA . j '" tho C0,rB ot wh,cU the''e was l,hco la notcl ,n ',!Btry as o l,la-0- t many about f7itteo,000; Ra brother B II Kills and desiring to tfidon H0JleB thaa$l4,eo.0'Q. 'Qn SnUP settle'a'll 'old businaw by Jan 1 .wltncwl a extnordlHtry outburst wjiero the ekeloton of a '" touml. which skcletoa ta ruw in baal, tho Mt 8f (I ' 19' I, thm who are Indebted to'n,eof1en'h.,?8',wra ' th g,RrrllM)u '' Will Pleaw call and pay mo on or--"" The HeraH . Jlke a Wlfr; Mt w b before the above iae. , " 8e lei It eme t we Ji sr.iMSMit.-AU- 1 TA hall IB "Which ttw maeilHK Home. n rt.t., w . .. . a ' . mt, . nut. WM'koM - wns dMoratod - with ., , T. . - - week at Unleo.. Ky.. K.i T. B. K. 1. rtM Trri(pt.' Em nvAftu . . . ( , ,, ( WVV1j f '"i,i"n 'rfivivcinvi np pHwxrmiw yjm Mpr rrutu a umw tto ipns .' owf. ip ALBERT MAJXX)X. a Queen ef Bel-- i 'flM HtM. 91 a yew.jet of the Klu$ tr tUm 9lsrHw EXPOSITION sois speii First N A MITES the I I er $460,777 A .,.,.. of-wa-y, "?a Ue'Urt t 1 && H.r I k - .,BJ In-la- w hin-'clran- ce i. "v car-,11- .., " Ce-ah- g. Tn-tu- m to-da- sister-- in-law, i Elvis-and'W- be-en- ! to-da- y. uv M-JV- us .. ,.,' mm Gi. IpW.v " " ' '""!!" , " fL. 0,t """ ai,tt5,fF lyMi-,j. fr px i- 1 ... ntir ' - u v. r THE HAmfbRD HERALD jiiAr. inn ' ? - ww M(i X! Willi am atf. Mr. fat ha Flllsbry, of BwMjhc Orcfh, a one of the members, The report of that finding to now en fllo In tt records of tho Kxccntlve' building. old linen wero allowed, to rcoain, nnd there was'aij agreement bctfrpon the Stales of Tennessee and Kentucky as to public lands. ManMdid patents aro issued to this day, pd of $ described as being-"Sout- h Bowling Green Messen or's line," ger. :ATH GOMES 10 LUGIEJU. IRWIN 1 Head Of the L.,H.&St.L. Railroad Co. tf " WIS IO- VERY POPULAR OFFICIAL Started Railroad Career As Telegraph Operator In Mississippi. Born Appendicitis Louisville, Ky fatal Dec. maijAdy Luclen W How Christmas was celebrated by the armies In Northern trance nnd was followed by n battle, is tjld by a correspondent of tho London Daily Federal action." Company, 'died nt St. Joseph inllrm-nr- y News as follows: at 1 o'clock this morning of La Feto do Noel ha3 ended hero In complications following nn operaA Young Lngiclnn. a blazing fireworks display for the tion for appendicitis, several days Sunday School Teacher William, Germans' bcncllt. days ago. Ho was In his forty-eighwhat lljust wo do before wo can exAt 2 o'clock.thls morning I was pect forgiveness of sins? estr, and was probably one of on me const many mites away irum tbo most wldoly known men In the William Sin. the battlo line. It was intensely State, having been connected with cold-- -n night of steel stars, glim tho L. nnd N. and other railroads In e mering in an sky. At such CURIOUS DIVIDING LINE, llio State beforo becoming the head ONE HUNDRED MILLION a tlmo sound travels extraordinary of the Texas. From far away came the Luclen Irwin was born at AbbeKENTUCKY-TENNESSE- E YEARS OLD. IS EARTH distances. shnrp yap of foxes harking now nnd ville, Miss., and was educated at again, and tho wolfish hoot of n Columbia, Tenn. His father was a physician and died somo years ago. According To Scientists Of the steamer, crawling affrlghtedly along Which Is Not Explained Instate His mother died nt ft rand Junction, the shoals marking the coast line. Then suddenly there burst upon Tenn., about n month ago. United States Geological Histories Not On a the waiting ear the tremendous thud Ho began his career In the railSurvey. nnd echo of a big gun at sea, anParallel.' road 'world at Houston, Texas, as swering tho snarl of land artillery. telegraph operator for a small railroad, after leaving school. Later Philadelphia, Dec. 31. That the Theso merged at length Into tho din1 " 'Did you know,' asked Ben In Memphis ho located for tome eaith Is about one hundred million of conflict, so familiar to us now Yent, of tho L.&N. ticket office, 'that time, after moving around consider;. old 13 out; of tho deductions of that wo take little or no nottco of it. there in a corner of Kentucky which ably through the Southwest. At Ceorge F. Ilcckcr, of the United Tho battering and hammering cannot bo reached without crossing tho Tennessee city ho became a so- Stnti's Geological Survey, presented camo from tho harried terrain north tho Mississippi river twico nnd enliciting freight agent. During tho in a paper read lust night at a meet- of Nleuport, a moro thnn usually tering Missouri or elso by going imo Into eighties ho came to Louisville ing of tho Geological Society of fierce renewal of that eternal battle Tcnncssco? Look at the extreme nnd became connected with tho gen- America, which is meeting hero in of the coast which bids fair to out corner of tho map and you will see a eral freight offices of the Louisville connection with the annual conven- distance in the matter of duration little patch of land about three miles and Nashville. tion of the American association for the swaying conflicts of Greece and by six, which belongs to Kentucky, Mnny Disorders Coino From the After several years with tho tho advancement of science Hndl-c- Troy. but is in no way connected with It. Louisville nnd Nashville, and in tho Liver. A calm night, a calm sea, and a activity is confined to a relativeA bend In tho river cuts It from early nineties, Irwin became con- ly thin zone In tho upper crust of blinding frost milted to make a par- Kentucky. Are you just at odds wIHi yourIt Joins Tennessee, but self? Do you regulate living? ticularly favorable setting nnd stagnected with tho Cumberland (lap tho earth, lie declared. Arc that Stato never claimed it because you sometimes Dispatch and wont to Kansas City, exercises at odds with yourself The missing link between man ing for tho tremendous it would spoil the straight lino of where ho solicited freight for the and his npc-llk- o ancestors has been after the feast and llovv of Christ- tho north Tennessee boundary line. and with the world? Do you wonsumo road in Kansas City, St. Louis Identified In the pithecanthropus mas day, good for tho digestion, por- you? True, you may what, It is a typical piece of No Mnn's der eating alls regularly and sleeping and Louisville. Then to Chicago, erectus, whoso skull, found in Java, liaps, nut no salvo for raw nerves. land, which looks on be the map as where ho became general agent for showed all tho characteristics inter- The fighting, I learned later, was well. Yet something is tho matter! though It wero tacked on to Ken- Constipcdlon, the Cumberland Cap road, until In mediate between man and ape,' ac- fast, furious and bloody. headache, nervousness tucky becauso no one else wanted 1898, when ho again returned to cording to James. H. McGregor, All the German soldiers who and bilious spells lndicato ty sluggish " .Lexington Leader. It.' Loulsvlllo general nnd liver. Tho tried rlniedy is Dr. became professor of zoology at Co- could bo spared sp'ent fho morning It is possible that few Kentucky King's Now Life PlllJ, Only 25c at freight and passenger agent for the lumbia university, who presented a In devotional exurclses, sang Yulo Louisville, Henderson and St. Louis. series of restorations of skulls and chants and carols, tho strains of students know that tho lino between your "druggist. Bucklon's Arnica Ho remained In this position for reproductions of the appoaranro of which could bo heard quite clearly Kentucky and Tennessee Is not on a Salve for skin eruptions. m West of the Tcnnessoe (Advertisement.) jleven years, when ho was mado primitive men. by the other sldo across tho flooded parallel tho line Is about ten miles general superintendent of tho road, Henry P. Osborne, also of Colum- Yser. Tho whole business ended in river Graduate Preferred. south of tho lino marking the bank .Hid upon tho death in tho same bia, delivered an address on tho mi- a shambles. Mario At tho place where I was year of Atllla Cox, Sr., tho thou gration of human types during the So, at least, was tho effect of a or the eastern shore of tho river. president of tho road, Mr. Irwlu was old stono ago in Europe, and traced story brought Into tho railroad at Just why this is so Is not made clear spending my vacation last summer, elected to succeed him. He has held several distinct species of man, sunset this ovenlng by French post- In the Kentucky histories that we a fresh young farmer tried to kiss thnt position with tho road ever ww$i ho said had disappeared ut- men whoso light armored cars dash havo lead. In 17 SO Dr. Thomas me. Ho told mo he'd nover kissed since. ed through the rain (the weather Walker and others ran a lino be- a girl In his life. terly from tho earth. tween the States of Virginia and Ethel What did you say to him. In. 1910 Mr. Irwin was married to Charles D. Walcolt, secretary of having suddenly changod from ice Marle I told him that I was no North Carolina. Ily somo means Mrs. Emily Ward Glimorc, who sur- the Smithsonian Institute at to tears), with their belated mes- when the surveyors reached the Ten- agricultural experiment station. sages of peaco and good-wi- ll vives him, as do also two slstern, Washington, (?) demonstrated that nessee river thoy went sovoral mtlos who, live In Grand Junction, Tenn., huge beds of llmstono wero tho from tho front. Tho talo thoy told up that stream and started tho and n brother, V. W of Illrniing-ham- . work of microscopic plants known was of very heavy slaughter. I Mr. Irwin was president of as algae, which he t,aid solved a This evening the long hospital stakes at a given point, running tho Pendennis club, of Louisville, mystery that lias long been a sourco train of wounded French and IJol- - tlicnco duly westward to tho Missis For Infanta and Children. fact and formerly president of tho Trans- of argument among geologists. glans, and one or two Germans, sippi. This accounts for-th- o Tin Kind Yn Havi Always Bought Is a small portion or Kenportation club, and a member of tho Iron oro deposits In Now Found-lan- d camo Into tho siding by the hospital that there Tavern and Country Club of Louis Theso woundod tucky apparently on tho west bank aro now known to bo tho result clearing-housBears the ville. Ho was very popular In tho or plant activity, according to pro- told the same tale of tempestuous ot the Mississippi river. That was a Signature of catch question In geography asked Ity among business men. fessor Gilbert Van Ingen, of Prince- fighting, a very determined of hostilities on both sides. every Kt ntucky and Tennessee boy ton University. Never compliment a woman on Moro men have been flung into tho who went to school thirty or forty tJll'IJ tiii: hov a chance being graceful till you seo her got line, a continuation of tho hot and years ago. AND SKi: WHAT HE CAN DO LAST VKAIl'S APPLE CHOP Thero was another survoy made off a trolley car. IS THE LAWJEST EVER heavy work in tho northorn corner g is assured, tho allies aro vigorously Tho world's record for Washington, Jan. 4, Last year's pressing forward, full of energy, belongs to Walter L.Deonson, uu Alabama boy, yot In his early teens. apple crop was tho largest over pro- and thero has been a lot of aero-pian- o ADraft-Y- ou Follows Catch Cold-Th- en falconing nnd swooping in tho EstiLast year this boy raised 222 bush- duced in tho United States. y by tho De clouds. , els of corn on a single aero of land, mates announced which is tho largest yield per ucro partment of Agriculture placed tho Stop CIilld'M Cold". They Often 1914 yield at 259,000,000 bushels Ilesult Seriously. cr 111,000,000 moro than was proColds, Croup Whooping and duced last year. Theso figures represent tho actual Cough aro children's aliments which NOTHING BETTER "agricultural yield," tho department need Immedlnto attention. ' Tho are often most serious. c plained, und should not bo con fused with those of the commercial Don't tako the risk you don't havo FOR Dr. King's Now Discovory crop, which comprise tho marketed to. portion of tho total production. In checks tho cold, soothes tho cough, ..specially in tho piercinc pain kills tho 1913 tho commercial crop was esti allays tho Inflammation, of neuralgia or tho dull throb of germs and allows tmturo to do her "I Never Spent Any Money mated at 40 per cent, of the agriculheadache is Sloan's Liniment healing work. DOc mti wonderfully relieving. Laid That Did Me So Much tural production. Using tho sumo gist. Huy a bottle at your drugproportion for tho 1914 basis, in Good as That I Spent for gear's commercial crop would this (Advertisement) lightly on tho part whero tho pain "is felt, it gives at onco a , total feeling of comfort and easo that is most welcome to tho Vinol." 103,600,000 bushels. Tho States Shifty Chaps. overwrought sufferer. Bollefontalno.Ohlo. "I wish every leading In production of apples this "In choosing his men,' said the Hear What Other Says tired, weak, nervous woman could have year wcio: Sabbath School superintendent, Vinol for I never snont anv inonov in "There nro no UatmcntJ that equal Eloan'a. My husband has nouralcb if rjr New York, 49,000,000 bushels; oltMi, he rut Bloan'a on hU fuio auil thai U tbo tut o! it." Ar. V. J. Vrourn, my life that did mo so much good us "Gideon did not solect thoso who ltuuU I, Ilex Kt, UalU, Tenn. 233,100.000; Michl-ga- laid aside that I spent for Vinol. My nerves wero Pennsylvania, their arms ,nnd throw "I have used Eloaa'a Liniment for family uio for yonra nnd would not bo without in a very bad condition, making me very 17,200.000; Virginia. 1C.300.-00It. Wo havo raliul n family of ten children onj havo ux! it for iroup soil all lung themselves down to drink; ho took trouble; also, tu an nntlacpllo for wound), of nblch cblUlron havo n great many, It weak, tired, nnd worn out und often Kentucky. 14,700,000; Ohio. thoso ran't be bent. My wife epralued her anuo last auroincr nod it was in bad ahape. who watched with one oyo and I had tried cod drowsy headaches. Bloan'a Unlment applied enabled her to be aa rood a cyer It a week. I have uied it 12,500.000; wrnnk with liver oil, doctor's medicines, und other I 13.300,000; Missouri, novcrol timei for epralni and rheumitUm." tho other," Juki Ncuxotib, 11. 11. No. t, Kcokut, Iowa. 12,400.000; North West Virginia. preparations without bench U "On d.iv n friend nslcwl mn . trv I prn,,'". 9.000.000; Tennessee, 8,- - Invigorating to the Palo and Sickly ,'iishlngton, 8,300,- - The Old Standard general ctreoEthenlns tonic. Vinol. I did nnd soon my oppctlto in-- 1 000,000, nnd uKuvu a liiowsM'.siJClllll lOMC, tfrtv out creased. I dent hotter and now I am 000. Malaria.enrtcbeatbeblootl.nndbuildauDtliea strong, vigorous and well nnd canjJomy icia A Hue tonic, l'or nJiiltt ami children. SOc housework wjth pleasure. " Mrs. J. I. Tt'llipilH l'uglt. Belief on talnc, Ohio. LAMuorn, "Why, whnt In tho world has be- STATU rUOHIIUTION' HKGULATJON PHIH'KUUi:!) woNervous, weak, tired, wort-ou- t come of your watch? Tho ono you men should take Mrs. Lambprn's advice and try Vinol for there aro litcral'y used to have had a handsome gold Topeka, Kan,, Jau, 4.-- A preferthousands cf men nnd women who wero case." ence for Stato action for prohibition formerly weak and nervous, "I know It did, but circumstances at present, rather than' an immewho owo their good health to Vinol. alter cases." diate attempt for national prohibiIs tho med'dnal. tissue building It NmbUw juMWyttim. IMmMc AUaUtW Umi Thai Bom Nat Mlaat The Meed tion, was expressed In & letter from of the cod's livers, aided by the m to t U. ! c U hi itaanpi for TRIAL BOTTLE. S t to y bteod making, atrengthoning influence Drcauie ol ill tonic and laxative effect, Secretary of State Dry an to Kloa G. belter than onliqary of, tonic Iron, contained in Vino), which of the and doc not caute utrvomutM .make it po Jnt h all rrH r x. Sulnlnt In bead. Kctaembtr the lull Dame sor liortpn, natlqnul secretary Aasocla- ul l'rohlbltigti DrugUt. JuMjt H. el v.. W. GkoV)$. JX. Intercollegiate took tor tbc 31. J. Irwin, president of tlio Loul3vIllo, Henderson rnd St. Louis Railroad th ever recorded. This remarkable record was mado by an ordinary boy nnd on ordinary land. He Interested In com raising and studied Into tho matter of tho kind nnd proper use of fertilizers nnd proper cultivation, A3 a result of putting his knowledge to practical U30, ho has raised 232 bushels of corn on bno aero of land, thereby winning tho championship of tho world. What Walter L..Dcenson hns dono Rcrvcs to' show what a common boy can do If lie is given tho chance. There nro thousands of nmbltious boys on tho farms of this Stato who nover know what it is to be encouraged to tnko Interest In agriculture or stockrals-Ing- . If theso bovs were given a small plot of ground nnd sonic seed corn for cxamplo to plant and cultivate, a circus would not bo able to turn their thought Very far away from tho "enchanted spot" whero a wonderful harvest will bo theirs to reap. A boy mny not be able to raise 232 bushels of corn on nn ncre of his father's laud, but he can do well enough to make his efforts worth while. What boy in this county Is going after that world's championship record this year? ut CHRISTMAS io MS S 001 F OLLOWED By Renewed Fighting Of the Armies. BIG DISPUY OF "FIRE WDRKS" Hon, rend at the closing session of the convention of thai organisation " hero. In his letter Mr. Dry an said: "In tho matter of. prohibition think that at present tho emphasis should be laid on the contests In the States. In somo States tho tlmo is rlpo for action, and I think It Is better to concentrate tho forces on these than to spread them over the entire Union. However, this Is a matter of opinion and relates to the policy of nntlonnl action at this time rather than' to tho principles In1 about fifty ymv flf in Pllli.l.iirV. whl W"-- , WHAT KMTFIRO PEOPLE 51 a MM-tfer- Found By Tell , Mas, lib, Experience, . ." What. tut, .l.. -nunerer rroi nisi ...a. kldnoy and bladder trouble seeks not temporary relief though tha4 would be welcome enough: what sought for ,1s a lastlne effect. ' King, of Hartford, tells us here lir has found lantlnv onnA il Doan's Kidney Pills after f. kJ J During a Night Of "Steel Stars Glimmering In An Ice-Blu- e Sky." FOLLOWED CAROLS HIi.UHJIITKK volved. vote polled In the , "Tho 'strong Houso a few days ago shows how rapidly sentiment Is growing against tho sjloon. In tho dobato over thq a good deal was said amendment about tho doctrine of 'local coir government, which was invoked against You need not national prohibition. worry about that. The liquor Inter ests have no moro reipect for loeil pelf government than they have for GUN DEAFNESS PHOVLS A JMKNACK TO S IM)IW forlnir. S. L. King, od ? proprietor Hariwara London, Dec, 31. Is. to ment that the British Government appoint an emergency coninlt-toto consider measures for thoaru- o The announce- ice-blu- of gun. deafness among Ifol- dlcrs nnd nallors calls attention to an added terror of war which Vas recently! la been much discussed military and medical circles. "Tho enemy may not deprive you of lire or limb," writes a medical corrcspnodent, "but It Is talrly cer tain thnt your own artillery will slowly but surely mako you dear." Sovoral olhcers who recently re turned on. furlough from the French front wero called up for examina tion and found to have suffered moro than a' CO per cent. Impair ment In hearing owing to tho Inces-sareports of their Tho exact physiological owin guns. reason was' usually found In a rup turo of the drum membrane, with occasionally a shattering or concussion of the aural labyrinth. Both the French and American navies have made special prov'slon lor tho prevention of gun deafness. Tho French havo soveral iiigcnnous artificial contrivances, whilo the o Americans aro said to use a bandage ot vulcanite TUbber, with celluloid stoppers for tho ear holes. Tho Japanese aro also reported to havo ijdopted mechanical contrivance's which lesson tho shock on the ear drum. sventton ear-splittibllnk-er-llk- store, Hartford, Ky says: "1-pains across my back and finally I began taking Doan'o Kldnoy Pills. They certainly helped me. I earn recommend Doan's Kldnoy Pllhi highly to anyone in need ot a mcdl- clno for disordered kidneys." Mr. King Is only ono of manyi llurlfiird pcoplo who havo gratefully endorsed Doan'a Kldnoy Pills. If yoitr hack nches If your kidney I bother you don't simply aBk for al kidney remody aBk distinctly for Doan's Kidney Pills, tho same that Mr. King had tho remedy backed by homo testimony. 50c all stores. n Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. "Wlion Your Back is Lamo 'rtomembor tho Namo." J'oster-Mllbur- a.j ut not familiar with you aro doing both yourself and tho publishers an Injustice. If yon tiro LIPPINCOTTS "THR STANDARD ,j v- MAGAZINE FICTION 'twp. ..... nv .... ... .iMrnini' . 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You will not find an opportunity again this winter to get such extra quality goods at such low prices. Our stock being all new, and serviceable, gives you an added advantage besides the low prices quoted. Pick out what you need, come in and let us show you. We will be glad to see and talk with you, whether you buy anything or not. Remember the date of Sale it lasts just so long. And don't forget the place. Maji,'t tfwi'gjMnirxMMfffcitiuu?aijfit.fuujjjfn.3.ljfiininiLmuc3ngM WH r i A sr i MEN'S .OVERCOATS. UNDERWEAR .39.49 .$7.93 .$6.49 .$5.79 .$3.98 .$3.79 $2.00 Suit, $1.50 Union. Suit two-piece FOR MEN. $1.59 $1.13 $12.50 $10.00 $ 8.50 $ 7.50 $ 5.00 $ 4.50 Value Value Value Value Value Value I (Wright's Health Underwear.) .. .' MEN'S NECKWEAR. 50c Ties, all colois 25c Ties, all colors LADIES' BELTS. 39c 19c . ' MEN'S UNION SUITS. 77 7. MEfrS,SUIT$. $15.49 $14.49 $12.49 $ 9.49 $ 7.93 $ 5.93 $1.00 Suits, all sizes 50c Grades 25c Grades 73c 39c 19c 50c Belts 25c Bolts . . -. -- - -- 39c 19c LADIES' COLLAR AND CUFF SETS. 50c i $20.00 $18.00 $15.00 $12.50 $10.00 $ 8.50 Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits i .39c 39c 19c LADIES UNION SUITS. $1.00 Suits i. 50c'Suits All-Wo- ol 79c 39c Suits, $2 values, white and clouded. .$1.59 : EOY'S AND GIRL'S UNION SUITS. v V i HANDKERCHIEFS. 50c Men's and Ladies' 25c 15c 10c LADIES' COLLARS. White, Cream and Slack. 75c 50c 25c .11c ..8c LADIF$' COAT SUITS. $20.00 $18.00 $15.00 $12.50 ?- Suits Suits Suits Suits' LADIES,ALL1-VY0OU- .$14.49 .$13.49 .$ 9.49 .$ 8.49 i- 50c Values 25c Values .39c .19c Green and Pink. . .,, LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS. . - L'.Wi1 - aSKIRTS.' i ' $7.50 $5.00 $4.00 $3.50 and $1 00 Skirts Skirts Ft ' Skirts Skirts 7' :t, f .'$5.49 .$3.29 .$2.79 .$2.49 $2.19 $3.00 $1.59 Pink, . . ..., $2:50 Green and 79c $1(00 Black and Pink . Underskirt, Blue. Pink and Gray, 50c Canton Flannel 39c value All-Sil- k, All-Sil- k, .41c .39c .19c SUSPENDERS. 39c 19c ' MEN'S GLOVES. $1.00 Quality 50c Quality 25c Quality 10c Quality, Cotton 79c 39c 19c 8c fi $15.00 Coat; $12:50 Coatd v f t .$9.49 .$3.49 .$7.49 .$6.49 .$5.49 .$4.49 .$3.98 50c Value 25c Value 10c Value MEN'S COLLARS. 8c 19c UiDIESJCOATS. Two for 25c Value SWEATER-COAT- S FOR GIRLS. $3.00 Bulgarian, sizes 28, 30, 32 and 34 sm.nn r.nni $ $ $ $ G.50 8.50 CoaU 7.50 Coat: . ....... ."..If!... a t ' ! i ( MEN'S HATS. $3.00 $2.50 $1.50 $1.00 .$1.93 Coati U ' . 5.00 Coat ODD' PANTS. All W osted Pants, All W bsted Pants. (A11 Wi Hats Hats Hats Hats '. $2.50 $2.00 $1.19 79c MEN'S AND BOY'S DRESS SHIRTS. $1.00 Values 50c Values MEN'S NIGHTSHIRTS. 79c 39c $5.00 $4.50 ' $3.50 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 if. ... f osted Pants, All Wi osied Pants. All W bsted Pants. V Pants Pants h CORDIROY PANTS. $3.79 .$3.49 .$2.79 .$1.79 .$1.59 .$1.13 CAPS. $1.00 Caps, good quality 50c Caps 25c Caps MEN'S WORK SHIRTS. 50c Value, all colors 25c Values Boys SWEATER-COAT- S 79c 39c 19c 50c Value LADIES' NIGHTGOWNS. $1.00 Values 75c Values 50c Values HAND-BAGS. .39c 79c 49c 39c ..79c 39c 20c FOR MEN AND BOYS. , if !W Cr Y ?3.oo Cordu oy Pants v W.UU JJ UULU Y $2.00 Cordu oy Pants M. ,.t t .....i... ..!,''...... JEAMS PANTS. St ...... ........ : $2.29 r"W $1.50 $3.50 Coats, All Wool $3.00 Coats $1.00 Coats 50c Coats HOSIERY $2.75 $2.25 79c 39c $1.25 Values $1.00 Values 50c Valuo LADIES' HOUSE SLIPPERS. Blue, Pink, Red and Black $1.50 Values, UMBRELLAS. $3.00 Values $1.50 Values $1.00 Values 89c 79c 39c $1.25 V Jeans 'ants 'C .$1.10 $1.19 $1.00 Values sizes, 75c Values 60c Values . toK....X KNCE PANTS.- - 'i .79c .59c .39c DEPARTMENT. 39c 19c 11c $2.19 $1.13 79c 50c 25c 15c 10c Values Values Values Values . .. .... . '. 8c 1 Noming Ikken Out on Approval or Taken Back During Our Semi-Annu- al Sale. j'JtlL LL H C M b HARTFORD, KY. Clothing tit, t t t n . oo. v MBU Wi 1 if (I ' ! 'ij. jA' Jr. K,WUV "l " tZ.l ,' Jliv Hdrtjord Herald round-robin ) THF HARTFORD HERALD ' paper of dismissal. The THE KILLIN6 OFF OF editor knows of "shady" doings In UNFORTUNATE i lx ' ' WKDKMTDAY, MX, , 1M9, tho community, froqucntly among tho most respected class, which he HMER MATTHEWS, FRANK L.FELIX, feels ought to bo printed, but he EDIT0R6. FRANK L. FELIX, fah.fi Prop'r. senses what woul'd happen to him If he did It. Aro theso men nfrald to speak out? Naw of courso not! post-offifestered at the Hartford They Just wan to "prcservo tho i mall biattcr of the second class. peace." CUSSES Is Advocated By New York Physician in Taper Te, Medical Journal, Twelve Pages This Week. Announcements. Wo JUIK2H aro authorized to announco J. S. OLENN, of Hartford, as a candidate for the nomination for Judge of tlio Sixth Judicial District, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party at tho State Primary ho first Saturday In August, 101 fi. lir Circuit JihIko. There Isn't any harm In turning leaf onco a year. All live a trees do It. But they don't make nny fuss In the effort. COMPLIMENT THAT IS Let ua all hope and pray that tho HEARTILY APPRECIATED beginning of another Now Year will not find almost all the world's great Tho Frankfort Stnte Journal sayB: countries at war with each other. Tho Hartford Herald has rounded out the fortieth yenr of Its existence. A woman over In Letcher county Wo have not known the Herald has been arrebtod for boot ahem Tho lady ought to throughout its career, but wo have for on .Hoiking terms witli It for know that boots, oven for men have been good many years and in all that know that bootn, oven for mon, Uavo a s newsalmost gone out of stylo for fashion- - time it has been a paper, fully worthy of the patronage abli' wear. new boot-leggin- g. Thcro is some discussion among tlio Democratic newspapers of the Stato as to whether tho Stato Convention should bo held, befoVo or after tho August primary. It Is naturally supposed that every man who runs for omce, submits his claims subject' to tho action of his party n nil subscribes to Its principles. He should have something dcfinlto to base his candidacy upon. Wd In a platform for tho party (k .. .1 .1 i ....!. t f.. unit uut ua)ui;uiiiy wurucu i bum lu wo minK mo mass tno canuiuaics. of the party ought to do this and ot tho candidates enmassO; . There- f ore, let tho platform c6mo first, sO that tho candidates will have something to stand upon. bo-lle- ..! high-clas- Tho Herald is ono of huHie institutions of Hartford. Doubtmorist. Luko McLuke, of tho Cin- less there aro few, If any, business cinnati Enquirer, has begun copy- firms that are older. It ought to righting his stuff. Tho boys of the live another forty years and then press will now havo to keep bdbsors some and It will If tho people of off credit or no credit. Ohio county uoproclate a good thing In tho newspaper line. We want our. correspondents to give The Herald the news accounts') events, unusual of happenings, movements of people, &c. If they care Jo write upon some special subBECENT Bffi DECREASE ject, they can do .0 In a separate article," which will be welcomely printed. Reports For 1914 Indicates a Just about the tlmo ho was coming famous as a "corn fed" It has received from tho people in be Its territory. The Herald greets Its many readPalling Off At New York of ers with hearty good wishes for tho New Year. We start out into our 45 Per Cent. forty first-yewith a happy real!-- , zatlon of duty wqll done In the past INCOHPORAtBD. Now i'ork, Jnn. 2. Immigration 13 If L. H. COMBS, A and a determination that futuro through the port of New York for years shall show tho sheet as worHartford, Ky., Itouto 1. 1914 roll otr to tho extent of 001,-41- 0 Report of tho Condition of the thy of support and rpnuncndatlon as persons, or 45 per cent., as comSMALIiHOUK. in the uast. BANK OF HARTFORD pared with 191", according to fig- Jan. 4. Little William Louis J)oiiiS Rii&inrsf). in tho Town pt ;4iy.Ss,'. ii iiXMMTxitm Tho best .New- - Of ear- jdydjeverres. cornnHod (by the Commissioner lfimoe In. .twn.un t'.fl!.. , County of Ohld, of Immigration had made public to-- Too James, died Wednesday night made by any man Is" not Stnto of .Kentucky, at tho ho speaks about himself, but which day. and was bur'ed Thursday. Tho llt-tl- o Close of Business on the tho public slowly finds out In tho' Luring 191 3 arrivals numbered fellow took membranous croup it 1st Day of Dec, 'tho'bct-l'r.331,'31- 4 change wrought In lilhi 'for persons,' of 'which 1,163,- - and only lived a short while. 1014. ter. Tho silent pledge' well kept993 wero aliens and 170,921 wero Miss Mae Davison was the guest speaks louder-thathe- - brasa-banRESOURCES. citizens. In of relatives and friends in Hardin r returning .American Loans and Discounts. . .$191,238 u. proclaimed resolution with much 1914 arrhals were only 733,504; of count) during tho holidays. . ' braggadocio. these 573,075 wero aliens and 159,-82- 9 Mr. L. D. Dennett and. Miss Alice uveruraiis, sccureu anu unsecured 1,227 77 wero citizens. Hoover spent severdl days at Ileda It is bald that Pittsburg girls aro Stocks, Bonds and other Immigration btatistics show, that during tho holidays. the best possible war out (ifnnv wovk to bo taught a "safety first attitude" Securities . , C.3OO.0J' tho number of departing aliens was Mr. It. D. Hunter, Utica, spent suuu me jetliner smaiia do kepi oile,d. in dancing in order to prevent fa- greater by 37,S18 21,109.00 than last year. Sunday night with his parents here. Duo from Banks miliarity by partners. Wo do not During 10,975.44 j ear 1913 there left , We have seoured aiOiling Ui tnt-iiiiMiss Athel Wlthrow, of Nolson, Cash on hand supply of know what this "safety first attileatlior-Lile- , on steamships bouud for for- Is tho guest of Trlends and relatives Checks and other cash tlie bl?tt7Dilfimido oi khnt Come in .1) " i tude may mean, but perhaps tho eign ports a Items 1,101.99 total of 481,008 per- here. every week und oilWoiir Mioes i m. girls are to be experts in Banking House, furnisons; during 1914 doparturcb were Mr. Curtis Smith, of Grayson hp as to bo able to. throw a partner ture and Fixtures. . . 4,000.00 118, S8C; eounty, is tho guest or his aunt, on his head in tho twinkling of an Other Real Estate ..... 00 During last July, just bororo tho Mrs. Thomas Godsey. eye If ho gets too "fresh." This outbreak of tho war, arrivals at New Mr. Sam Crumbaker and wife aro Other Assets not Includwould bo a capital accomplishment e ed under any of abovo It's about a York wero 50,540, as against 108,-jth- e gnests of their daughter In job yith everything for any good girl. heads 00 909 during July, 1913. June shows r int....iiin i nanay. Mr. Herman Barnard, Louisville, With bomo men, Bweet to their tho greatest loss for any month of Total ..,.$235,947.31 Come in Whether Jou houls beyond ovpresslon Is tho priv- tho year, tho record for that month spent tho holidays with his mother, LIARILIT1KS. -ilege of basking In the limelight of In 1913 being 130,690 aliens and JWrs. Mary Jano Uarnard. Capitul Stock paid 'lit, A wbjle In June, 1914. Messrs. Georgo and John Ueniiott, publicity. Such Is tho case of Gov. 11,279 In cash We want yon to doubla the wear of your shoes $ 40,000.00 Colquitt, of Texas, a Democrat, but .",13!! aliens and 10,390 citizens' of Tcnnesseo, spent tho holidays Surplus Fund 20,000.00 without costing you a cent with Mr. J. C. Dennett and family. Undivided Prolits less exa1io lately has given out to tho As- reached port. Immigration odlclals and repreMr. Arnold Dennett spent Friday sociated Press a long tirade of critipenses and taxes paid 1C2.C1 cism or President' Wilson nnd his sentatives of the Immigrant aid so- night with friends In Central City. Deposits subject to ur. 31. D. Maddox and wife, rof check ,, administration. Of couno Gov. Co- cieties explain tho falling oft In Im79,201.75 h f aside from tho war. Louisville, spent Xmas with Mr. M. lquitt knows jubt how tho Presidency migration, Demand Certifi'' ought to bo run, notwithstanding which is the chief factor, ns being P. Mnddox and wife, cates of. Deposits , 00 Mr. Tom Martin and wife, Louis- Time tho fact that our Chief Executlvo duo to the curtailing of work In tho We haiidle tho 'LiONjBllVNDl' tlie fvorld's best bas been confronted-wit- h moro se United States and to an effort in ville, are visiting Mr. Jim Ilullock Its .'. 7. ",$94,874.95 Woj-'' 1'art ot ro'i',, couutrles to restrict and wife. Sioes. .' Certified Checks rious matters than nny formor Pres- 00 m m emigration by providing work at I. Ideut. and has dlsnoseil of tlmm nil Cashier's' checks t'nii'.e and Etrect. in nn able and statesmanlike way. borne and bettering tho condition of outstanding 00 174,130.70 Paradoxically, their working classes. tho soldleringl In Anybody can be a critic, Colquitt Europe) Is a contributing cauBoto Duo Bank8 and Trust got his advertising free. Companion "V-- " ,., oo DATE TO HE KIXKI) FOR tho Immenso amount of soldiering oopooooooooooooooooooooooooeoooopoooodoooooooocxc) Notes nnd Bills d STATE' I'WRMKICS' INSTITUTI going on at present in our Mr. Kverotte S. Hots' .ot'Poso), ojvu 00 E. F. JACKSON country. p. t Owslov countv. Kv.. hna iprltlnn tnf From tho Omaha Heel JACKSON Unpaid Dividends . ..K. 1,648.00 ! "kfort, Ky., Jan. 4. Tho time Washington asklrm that hla nenslon Itesorvo for taxes 00 ' OLATON, be stopped.' Ho served In the Span-- . aim maco Ior holding tho Stato Let Jackson Bros. plai. ant build you 00 i farnU)rB' ,,,&t,tutq will bo selected Jan. 3. Tho New Vear starts In Bills Payable war and after being tho Slato 1Joard of Agriculture with lino weather, If we only had Other Liabilities not ina uko home this year wh le building honorubly discharged, ho drow al'by cluded under any of pension. Now ho feels as well as ,lt a raeet,"B 'n Lexington this week, good rouds. It Is a pity Ohio counmaterial is cheap, jpiana, jlllue Prints abovo heads . oo boiin wln be 'n .busbIoii for ty Is not ubl, to pike or gravel her any man, and as he has latoly bo-!- 0 -' t,lreo and Specifications bnsliort notice. 'lays ',n connection with tho oads. eomo converted to Christ, ho feels Total $235,947.31 , i.i rtr-h- t State farmers' conference, which Hov. Miller, who was to havo filing lmnelleii in iin thn God uiul his Country, at tho Baptist Stato of Kentucky,) Financially w'" l)0 ',I teaaloa ut tho State Uul-- j preached hero y mm mav JMi Jg pr m . T Mm m )sct. ho says, ho is not able to lose tho Varsity. Princeton, Henderson and church, failed to Jill his appoiii". County of Oh.lo, ) pension, a. ho owns only n mort- - " 'ncnestor aro bidding- for the In- - ment. Quito a crowd had assembled We. J. W. Kord and 0. O. Hunter, gaged llttlo homo, two hogs and a Bt,tuto 'rho ,nBt week In February, to hear his Initial sermon. Homo Phone 02-2- . cow and has a wifo and sir children probably will bo selected as tho date Tim store houso that Morgan Pat. President und Cashier of the above KY. (terson sold to Albert Youug hasj namedrBank, do soUmnly. sear that to support. But ho fools tho call of for tho ,nstltute. tho abovo statement Is truo to the rlghteouBaess and obeys. It takes' 'm , beou sold by him to Mis Zella Ly- kuowledgo-an- d belief. Hoard of Supervisor. the heart of a MAN to voluntarily 0ns. ConBldeationot known. This best ot our t J. W. FORD, President: Board of Supervisors for Ohio Is tho best stand, In Olaton for bus!- - Tho . do a thine llko this. ! county "CO. 'HUNTER, CashUr. f. j. met in court hall Monday, new. . Subscribed and sworn to before In a number of ways tho preachor Those composing the board aro; R. Robert Arms lost a $25 hog me 'thteGth day of Janttary, 1915. (AJJ VBRT1SINO. IB MT TO aWBSCRIBMtS. . snd the editor And many like, prob- - C. Stewart, Cromwell; Newt Balso, i terday. 'j My CeaiMMtloa 'expiree FehriMry i, Mt M toVtflBt. r mm M4fw scat " lens confronting them as affecting Fordsvllle; Ronda Wade, Ralph Miss Elizabeth' Miller, of Louie: 11, ' "" mere wmm 7 118. 4 fMM omtm" laeir rwiHJcuvu uuwea. ino preacn- - nooKor wiwittMB, Hartrerd, ana N.Viue, who bag been Tlslttag U 01-MAROARBT MARKS, tt to ahMtaUlir aem, practice anong members of D.FuIkorson, Ceralyo. Hosea Shown, , ton u4 Kordavllle, t . Of iL'K '. 4i Blase your aJ. Ia ism , M a4aU where ye m lite flock, both mate and female, Hurtrord, clerk. These are all good . ij Cerreet AUeet: NeUry PihMe., rellMe; Wh Mm TM hT M reaelTtac the whiejt are UHChrlstUnWke in Bplr(t men, well distributed over tbej Mr. E. M. Heeyer (aetepla4-u- 4 "J. 0. TkOMA'8, , K rwi aiuiA1. ikm WMt it ehaag- urpos. he knows if ho county, and no doubt, will give aa.ing bulldUg a sew store kouae t R. R. LRJB slMMMKAK, MM hear hhto tai mtoLj m4 too much' fun from the pulpit equitable supervision of the county! this place by the first ef April. ROWAN MOUMOOiC. i ar lf Now York, Dec. 31. Mehtally dc- fectivo criminals' and Incurable In sane persons should bo pit to death by tho State. Tho world would bo much better off If It wore not for these unfortunate individuals, and socloty, In should pro vide for their legal extermination, Theso nre tho leading points in tho startling paper contributed by Dr. Edward Wallace Leo of thls'hor ,,,. ,omn . fh ,nlt tx t nlif 1110 ""itui lltoiii u tnj, u Itin A a idouu rt 4wnj nvn bOVB? journal, in nis paper lorn Dr. Leo blames intoxicants, bad habits, drugs and. malaria for causing O LICENSED TO MAltl'V. O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO a largo percentage of crime. V "Tho Inmates of our penal Instimay bo roughly divided Into Royal, Pordsvlllc, to BcsbIo Isam tutions three classes," says Dr. Lee's paper J". Voiles, Fordsvllle. Ulls Leach, Itosinc, to Vena Logs-do"those who should not bo there at d all and should never havo been Rosine. those who should be treat oil James H. Loach, Hortou, to J. II. with the hopeof cure and those who Leach, Denver Dam. li should be eradicated. A. J. Snodgrasa, DextonlllaJ Ky "In tho first 'class wo havo those to Zonla V. Moore, SImmors. who are sent to prison largely V W. JIughcs, Olaton, Rmlto 1, through technicalities and do not t Desslo itr.!!b7 Olaton, RoutM 1. belong in penal institutions. The t'larenco Hope, Wysox, to Iiesslo second class Is composed of thoso Uaggerly, Wysox. mi, who, under proper physical treat-- ! 'ment, environment and educations Stray Mule. ,, A mouse-colore- d may bo benefited and trained. In mule about 14 the third class I Include nil those or 15 hands high got out and ran mental, moral and physical defec away from my prcmlbcs. The mule tives suffering from atavistic traits was raised near Hartford, f will whoml no manner of treatment or pay a liberal reward for Its return punishment will benefit in the or Information leading to Its return. hlightest degree. HEN JOHNSON, "For tho sake of humanity and ltf Paradise, Ky. posterity I believe this last class Wanted, should be eradicated. If the right to pass upon tho life of a criminal is All the rabbits I can got during the to be given to a judicial body, Is It next twenty days. Will pay the not consistent to ask that a proper highest market price. O. T. O'BANNON. ly constituted national board of "lt3 Hartford, Ky, health be vested with similar rights In regard to tho absdlutely Incura If you aro contemplatlng'P'iHlnp ble?" a roof on your house, barn, stntito ot any other building. It. will pa' you For .Sale. to call and get my prices bofor buyIf you want a bargain in a farm ing elsewhere for I can sav you one-hamile west of Dukchurst. money. PAUL WOODWARD, call on or address, 39tf Hartford. Ky. self-defens- e, 11 this vicinity Inst week; Meat Is 'ski ing at Sc net. i N, .1, Doswell Is Sn thejstek llsti, Mrs. Merrel Grant Islsttlf vejry 111. been sick soveral JSho has I months. We wero very sorry to hear of Noah Skagg's death last Saturday. SHss Myrtle C. Canan nccompan-ic- d Miss Pauline Miller to Hor'afe Branch Monday, returning same Evf. 1 ening. xncro seems to bo ar;o ly num bor of prospective eaild ites for 'tho Scnato ,rom thg ( let tills year. Olaton will likely h i o a can- illilntn (n Ihn flnlil rn thai l.'bftllhllmn Ucket; Narr0W8 two. Uc$cr Dam ono; Hartford two. It Is about tlmo represented some Democrat this Senatorial district. Why can't some Democrat from Dutler or MuhIen ..., bt ooooooooooooooo n, I ' ' " i . . con-,ne- i THE UALU ESt ;e WE WANT yOUiTi offer are so big COMPLETE. that .'SEE THEM.f COME IN NOW. AND SEE THE WHILE THE STCICI QUALI.V OF KNOW OUR GOODS fiND THE PRICES WE WE PLACE ON THEM. THAT ALL WE ASK. THAT YOU, WILL EUV AND BUV LOTS. QUALITY TO BE because you uillsfindIthe GOOD AND THE STYLE TO IE CORRECT. OUR PRICES ARfeNOW rKELQWEST OF THE YEAR. WE ARE MAKiKG OUR CLEAN-UI .' "MONEY-SAVING- " SALE. '' P. 1 V .A CARSON &CO. Hartford, KeUtucky. '11 i - ix-ri- ld Hni-tfoid- I ono-whic- 1. d 1 .1 Oil Your loget I i New-Yor- k -- "-- " Vv' jiu-jits- u, freedfIcharqe. twb-ininul- nere or nor. any time trade itis-ejih- HUB CLOTHING CO., Redls-counte- .... a .,'... - Architects 9 ti aniiildinjr (btractors. CENTfififOWN. I y. er , l. if mt: i kw Pt yrill-reUn- bt . r. ....... ? j4 ft tw A! ft it 'Zittt ' . VVVTf t: ii r tt n p Kwli" ". pW,TTflnn-T- 'r 1 jpapHMFWIWr "wnrl- - "p ' ' r-- "v y- - ,ii X y wywwmwwtwwwwwww w wnA I a a a a a. a a , r4rtiiaaa a n m HVgpp Arr'' - - - i. ' ...: ' mm &- f' 6'r aw ''wS, aU juk. WW .BlBBBm. FJ mid ? - r"T II 2 j: M- fl iw S p"! HC ft HHRHNESniZTP ""' ISjyw J mV 1 4-2"- "- . . S c l; s z- I aa8aa siiiiiissjlI g .( &, fcc V miTF o - - "ri 2 -- , s f r0 -- M M " ' CLJ lJiS' c 3 "--" tI M i H tt 3 Ei mm 9 ' rv K. "h . .s?go t 3 .r ? -- s " "m O 5ii - o awl's ill! 1 mHH M M 1) m1 V 7 0 3 p uj in in o - in bl Wl i 1 xx lk, H S 2 - s oj S --- "? .a S SS S "S J 8 ssbe5 . - :.W ilffl r II 5 s S : II 5 S s .i---ii- & QQ IP ramiis8-- j ' f SSf I i ml xx tt kwMHHV T dT f VteiSvlSlr vll H 1 F S sasssssa 3 s i i w r ' HL, Wiiir"1rTm -- ;; liltf it till U 4444444444444A44Ai44444444 l4ra4)i4afi4AAAAA I , . a Pir M4UmiIIIl HI 111 .-- !. 'J w nKvii.aii8 XFF'W THE HARTFORD HERALD WK1W1WDAY, JAX, , iftlR. ' 9? li' million a year In rent and in which It Ik naturally Impossible to llro the pay they do approximately $16,000,000 gun, just aa much as It would ho im'carly business on a $4,000,000 Inpossible to fire a rlllo If It wore broIN EASTERN FACTORIES vestment. Christian Herald. IlMkoN Ontrnl Ilallrond Tlino Ta- - ken In halt near the magazine end of tho barrel. bio lit Homer Dnin, Ky. aiuiArrr.s grandson Kvcn if wo captured a largo numSouth Bound. Herth Bound. 1)1KD A HKRO'H DKATH guns Undamaged As Result Of Big Orders From limes in every woman's life when she Ko?182 G:0Ba.m. No.121 U:00a.m ber of German places. they would not bo of much use, for to help her over the NUX212:29p.m.No.l01 2M0p.m Europe Anent the Great Rome, Dec. 31. No. further deto you, you know what tonic Ko.102 3: 31p.ro. N0.131 9:00p.m tho simple rcasori that our ammuniWhen tla time comes tails have been received in Romo of the'woman's tonic. CardHlls tion won't fit German gunn! Tho War. J. K. Williams. Act tho death in France of Lieut. Bruno vegetable ngrcdients, which act difference) la often very Blight, lesa Garibaldi, grandson of tho "Italian Set surely, on the weakened womanly organs, than a tenth of an Inch, hut It la sufNow York, Dec. 31. For the last hero. Tho difficulties of telegraphic health. ficient to prevent tho gun from firand help build Acm back to strength and weak, FEDERATION LEADER week In July of this year the pay communication with Fralico are to bVnefited thousands and thousands of ing nccuratoly. Pearson's Weekly. roll of one of the leading industries blame. aiing W.men in its past half century of wonderful in the Knst was, in round numbers, From the first dispatches received succcssjand it will do the same for you. URGESJUIARITY PROBE o $14,000. It would not have been so It appears that Lieut. Garibaldi o Youcan't make a mistake in taking iioitsi: itAinsii. large as this by several thousand commanded a company which chargdollars If this Industry had not been ed a German position at the point of Says Wide Publicity Demands manufacturing commodities for tho bayonet and dislodged their an(Hy Walt Mason.) Of Investigation An Man tries his best to come across which n large market had already tagonists from their trendies. was wounded when tho with some delightful, piquant sauce, been found ncross the sea. On Sat Rockefeller Gifts. Ho was givwhich wilt add zest to things wo eat, urday of last week the pay roll for fighting was heaviest. to all the divers kinds of meat. The this corporation was li little over en first aid and then returned' to tho "Washington, Dec. 31. A. demand plutocrats spend many dimes for $33,000, and the incrcaso is duo al- nend of his soldiers. While nrglng Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No, 4,. Alma, Ark., s, for publicity of tho activities and ex- sauces brought from foreign climes, most exclusively to the demands his men In their pursuit of the says: "I tiinkCardui is the greatest medicine on earth, periences of tho Itnckefellcr Foun- the formulas of which I'm told, arc which havo come from bolllgerent tho young Italian was struck for womin. Before I began to take Cardui, I was dation is mndo by Samuel Gompers, guarded carefully as gold. Ten nations for tho commodities which a second time. He had only tlmo to so weak and nervous, and had such awful 1dizzy corporapresident of tho American Federa thousand cry: "Leavo mo nnd go nhead, chefs still strive nud nro manufactured by this spells ant a poor appetite. Now I feel as we and boys. Long live Italy nnd Engllrnd." tion of Labor in tho' issuo of thoLtla,t a,i torture what they havo tion. as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Were it possible to secure addi- Then ho died. Federation's magazine just out , of brain, sonic lino new condiment Begin iaHng Cardui today. Sold by all- dealers. Air. Gompcrs editorial follows to spring, that would bring plaudits tional space the corporation would SPKCFAL OFFKR. flosely tho announcement that the from n king. Dame N'aturo gives be glad to take on 400 additional , United States Commission on Indus-- . Uint noWo rruit. the excellent horso artisans. Reports which are similar Dally Louisville Herald and Hart.trial Relations Intends to Investigate radlsli root, which, grated when it's to this come from other parts of tho the activities of the Rockefeller strong nnd fresh, while all Its vim country. One manufacturing plant ford Herald by mail for one year at special prlco of $3.00. Kentucky's Foundation nnd other organizations Is in its flesh, and with vine- in Now Jersey, whoso pky roll In July was approximately i?4,000 a greatest dally newspaper delivered charncter. of that gar then stirred, makes all your Under the heading of "Itockefel-lor- s sauces seem absurd. 1 buy a bottlo week, Is now paying nearly $10,000 at jour homo each day, Including Condemned and Doomed by for a dime, ami have a condiment weekly to Its employees. These In- your homo paper, at tho prlco of only $3.00 The regular subscription Themselves," Mr. Gompcrs sajs: sublime. I draw the cork, there creases In pay rolls have been notic "A free press is tho great safe- rushes out, a fine aroma, strong and ed by managers o'f Now York banks, price of tho Louisville Dally Horald i guard of JUBtice. Those papers stout, that fairly lifts mo from my for It Is through theso institutions alone Is $3 a year. Thus you get produced beforo the Federal feet, ami makes mo struggle and re- that n considerable part of the pay two papers for tho prlco of one. This offer positively expires on Commission on Industrial Relations peat. Horse radish on a slice of rolls, for manufacturing establishThe FarmAgeiicy of the Continental Fire Insurance GOtlO ments at least, tire made. Pay rolls February 28, 191G. show how the coal operators under beef! It makes a man forget his Co., of Hartford, Connecticut, formerly represented by the leadership of John D. Rockefel grief, and btirs his sluggish appetite for the most part require cash, and Plies Cured In 6 to H Days A. C. Yeiser,'has been transferred to me. I also have ler corrupted tho very springs of until ho longs to eat nil night. an Increase in them not only entails Your druggist will refund money if PAZQ public opinion and disseminated Tliero's nothing else that's half as preparation beforehand by banks, OINTMENT falls to cure any case of Itching the Agency for the recording business in the following' misinformation in regard to the good; though all inventors living but is also looked upon as good evi- The fitst antllicatlon irlvpa Knte ami 1z n3! companies: Continental, Hartford, Etna, Phoonix dence of increase n business. striking miners of Colorado. y, l should for centuries their skill Curried Colt Ten Miles. and Fidelity underwriters, which includes the business "Why should one of tho most Almost all of theso increases repto make a sauce that Is a Joy, Andrew Jacobson, a stock rnlser, powerful research Institutions In thu exhausting every nrt nnd shift, resent orders which have been rewritten in alljtowns in 0hio.county: world be financed by private mon- they'd never beat Dame Nature's ceived from belligerent nations for carried on his back a colt weighing These are ill old lineInsurance Companies. eys nnd its financial interests Iden- gift. American commodities, and as it is 98 pounds from his farm, ten and a observed thnt there fs no decrease, quarter miles, to this city, recently, tified with those of ruthless exploitI will be $lad to haye you. call on me or I will see ing corporations? Can tho research- TUB SKVENTH IIIUDB OF but a steady Increase from week to to win a wager of $50 made with you your lome for anything in the Insurance line. XOXAriENAIUAJT QUITS week in the amount of these pay Earl Connor, of Great Falls, Mont. es and the spirit of an institution rolls, the Inference is strong that Ho rested 13 times and was Ave and under the domination of the Stand Ill- Dalton, Gh., Dec. The our foreign trade of this kfnd Is hours on tho way. ard Oil billions bo a placo to re search for truth search for abso .soventh wife of "Uncle Dob" Knox, steadily Increasing. Mfnot (Nr. D.) Cor. New York Sun. 00 years of age, soldier, poet, farm lute truths? Reswlenco 'Phone, Not 41. OfficfrTlono, No. 66 Other Remedies Wea't Cm. For Sale $25 scholarship in "Because of the way they were er and philosopher, who became his Cum M Son, The wont cases, no matter of how Ion standlnr. Bowling Green Business University made, tho Rockefeller millions carry Christmas bride, has become dissat- ate cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dc Course suspicion with them for whatever isfied with her bargain and returned rorter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieve Also a full Bookkeeping SchnTiu-Rhiin Ttrvnnt - Ktrnttnn purpose they are used. Publicity to to her home In Lima, Ohro. They Fain and Heals at the same time. C.30C,J1 Business Collego, Louisville, Ky. all such relations Is necessary for adopted the trial marrlago plan, and THK KAISER'S CHIUSTMAS This scholarship includes the necestho protection of public opinion. Tho decided, after a few days, that their HOW IT WAS onSKRVKD sary books and stationery to combulletins intended to create preju- wedded life was a failure. plete the course. Desplto tho amicable separation, dice against the miners and have, Wil2 !J. Emperor Berlin, Dec. irAKTFORD HERALD, brought additional discredit upon Mrs. Knox tho seventh Is sajd to liam's Christmas celebration at tho Hartford, Ky. those who managed the fight or tho contemplate suit for dlvorco and al- German military headquarters is EOtt operators to defeat tho hjrixo dis- imony, In which sho will allege cruel described in the Koelhische Indeed, sho was In- Zeltung, which says a large number credit because of unscrupulous treatment. of1 There Is more Catarrh (INQRPOKATKDl methods and dissemination of false structing her lawyer in this matter of officers and soldiers attached to the oountzy than all In thla sectionput other whllo "Undo Bob" was purchasing tho headquarters participated in together, and until the lastdiseasesyears hoods few was supposed to be Incurable. For her ticket back to Ohio. the festivities. Tho celebration was great many years doctors pronounced it a a Dangers of Cold. "Undo Dob" Is already paylhg al hold in a large room, which was dec local disease ami prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to core Do jou know that of all tho minor imony to one wife, and another Is l treatment, pronounced it incurelaborately with Christmas ailments colds aro by far tho most even now seeklug alimony, and has orated proven Catarrh to- be a trees. Tho Kmperor on entering able. Science has constitutional disease, and therefore reWill wire your house eost. Electric Lights' dangerous? Is ' not tho colds won several decrees, which ho has It quires constitutional treatment. Hall's room greeted tho soldiers with: Catarrh Cure, manufactured, by themselves that you need to fear, appealed. "Undo Dob" hinted that the P. J. clean healthy safe. No home or "business house Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio, is the only "Good evening, comrades." ' but tho serious diseases that they so the hoots of tho owls and tho cry of market, is After a short sermon had been Constitutional cure on thedimctly onirthe should be without them i hen within reach. tnken internally. It acts often lead to. For that reason ev- tho wild Hfo at his home, near Til-toblood Kmperor William mado They and. mucous surfaces of tho system. delivered ery cold should bo gotten rid of with offer one hundred dollars foe. any had got on her' nerves and that tho following- - speech: ease It falls to. cure. Send for circulars tho least possible delay. To accom- she longed for tho white lights and and testimonials. "Comrades, we are here assemAddress: V. J. CHENEY to.. Toleso. O. plish this you will find Chnmbcr-lain'- s the buzz of tho street cars and the Herald-OBold by Drusxlsts. e. bled In arms to celebrate tho holy Cough Homed) of great help buhtlo of n busy city. Tako Hairs Family nils f.r constipation. festival which othorwiBo in peace to you. It loosens a cold, relieves "Undo Dob" doesn't think he will wo would bo celebrating at home. tho lungs, aids expectoration and ever marry again,' but refuses to Our thoughts go back to those tho system to throw off the commit himself. "I don't know whom we left at home, to whom wo m what tho future has In store for cold. For sale by all dealers. owe all the presents on tho table Advertisement.) me." ho says. before lib. "Uncle Rob" selected his soventh "It has been permitted by God' cusi'Ki:i.i:ss Tii ir opposing sum; wife, who was Mrs. Jennie Dowelt, that tho enemy should force us to from among 2U7 applicants. Sho cclobrato our Christmas here. We "Why don't we uto tlio guns we had. wiltten him nfter ho began his have been attacked. We defend Vo "hope ourselves with God's help. t'.xptuie from the Germans?" Is a search for a Christmas bride. that for us and our country rich vie-to- ry has been naked lately. luestlou that i:celleut For Stomacli Trouble. muy spring from the hard fight. Tho answer Is qulto simple. We 'Chamberlain's Tablets aro lust "Wo are on- - hostile ground. The can't any inoro than the Germans fino for stomach tumble," writes can use guns they capture from us Mrs. G. C. Dunn, Arnold, I'u. "I point of our sword is directed r www'ww-www'or from tho French. was bothered with this complaint ngalnst the enemy, our hearts To begin with, most of tho guns for homo time and frequently had God. Wo say. as once tho (reat that tire captured hao been render- bilious attacks. Chamberlain's Tab- Elector did, 'Down with all enepiles ed useless beforo they fell Into the ids afforded mo great relief from of Germany!"' Amen." hands of tho enemy. In tho old days tho first, nnd since taking one hot Try This For Xeurnlgljt. gunners used to "splko" their guns tie of them I feel llko a different Thousnnds of people koep on when thoy couldn't savo them, but rjon." For salo by all dealers. with neuralgia because they ' nowada)B tho breach-bloc- k is (AdvertlBoment) do not know what to do for It. Neuand the slghtH broken. ralgia ts a pain In tho norves. What lilt; CLUIIII1NU OFFF.lt. A breech-bloc- k is that pari of a you want to do Is to soothe tlp- gun which swings open on hinges Below wo submit the greatest nerve Itself. Apply Sloan's Linimil' allows the shells to bp. ttllpped clubbing offer we havo ever made in ment to tlie surface over tho painful In tho boro of the gun. It Is, of part do not rub It In. Sloan'B Lincourse, clobed when the gun Is fired. connection with Tho Herald: penetrates very quickly to tho Unit foul Herald J jear 91.00 iment If anything provoiits It from closing soro, irrjtated nervo and allays, tho ISoj'M Mngiulue, monthly l.oo On. Weekly Ihiqulier 1 r. ... 1.00 Inflammation. Get u bottle of Sloan's . 's no Liniment for 25 cents of any drugMngslne, ino.. lionso-agnlTHAT GOLD YOU HAVE Farm Is Fli eslde, teml-m- c 50 gist and havo It In tho colds, pore and swollon Household .Journal anil Floral may bring sickness, doctors bills and Life, monthly li.l Joints, lunibago.BClattca nud like all. loss 6l work; you know that serious monts. Your money back If not satsickness usually starts with a cold, and Total . , $1.23 isfied, but It doe give almost a cold only exists where weakness relief. m Wo will send tho wholo bunch, exists. Remember that. (Advertisement.) Overcome the weakness and nature ono year each, to any address for cures (he cold that is the law of ouly $1.(13, Did you over hear of The Thrifty .lap. reason. Carefully avoid drugged pills, the llko? Subscribe NOW. Address All but 09,000 per cent, of the syrups or stimulants; they are ouly Tho Herald, Hartford. Ky. tf United States Is owned by Japanese. props and braces and whips. Tho California Statq Board of AgriA Itig HuicesM, It is the pure medicinal nourishment "Sho married him to reform him culture loporU' that Japanese, a in Scott's Emulsion that quickly enyear nud a halt after the California riches the blood, strengthens the lungs and she succeeded." "What was his favorito form of al,c" ,and mw went ,uto otrck Pw nnd helps heal the air passages. 12,720 acres, divided into 381 furms, And ?nark this well Scott's Emul- dissipation?" ut about $000,000, arid 218 (INCORPOnATUD.) I valued "Ho Was a spendthrift.' sion generates body heat as protection "Why. ho has nothing to spend." town ,oU Wortu lwHJ tuu" ,m" against winter sickness. Get Scqtt's also hold 17.50C acres J sum: thoy "Nope;. sho spent nil ho had." at your drug store It always . under lease and have 2,048 place strengthens and builds up. Huhntribo for Tho Herald. $1 u jcr. 0f buBlne costing them about u J Scott fc Bona. WoemfijtJ. N.J. ' T r BHHHssSsMssflsssssssssssBBlBBBSisisssskssK Tfo Hartjord Herald rolls m. mm You Need a Tonic tad. eed?f Sc com-Ssefff- By. ooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooo Gar-lbnl- dl CARDUI Ihe Woman's Tonic - Gor-man- Has Helped Thousands. .aatajKatmfli IMPORTANT NOT1CEF cm-plo- 1 at I one-four- th R E. BlRKHEADy Hartford, Ky. JO- SlTTTJ -- Light and Power E. G. at to-d- Com are with-loca- - Hart: cora., BLy. and BAR?ASS MGR., n, The nly $1.00 a Year es tMi-Ti'itn- u for SEND OS YOUFi MA L ORDERS FOR m to-ou- " buf-forli- ig dam-sige- d, Silks Dress Goods Wash Goods Linens and Domestic Linings Laces and Embroideries Veilings Neckwear and Any of this Gloves Ribbon Notions Handkerchiefs Infant's Wear Dress Trimmings To-Dnj- nst nt Housefurnishings "Shoes Art Goods Trunks and Bags Merchandise Can be Sent at Once by PARCEL POST Send fpr Style Sheet for Fall and Winter also Complete Stockings Jewelry. Leather Goods Toilets Men's Furnishings Millinery Waists Muslin Underwear .Style Book Corsets Suits Coats and Dresses Lace Curtains ' We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons Ask For Attractive Folderi STEWART DRY GOODS CO. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY.- u,t y. f( t J 'Kri WKDNHSIUV, JAN, fl, 1015. THE HARTFORD HERALD v Herman venz, Cleveland of Montreal, described liti on capo from Cnil to lhiffalo'in n to-di- : 'Mj I UpT OUCH OFBUTTON BY SIDELIGHTS ON most palatable when mixed In tho pioportlon of ono part cottonseed meal with four parts of common! or wheat Hour. Cottonseed meal Is cheap (S cents a pound), nnd Is nn excellent substitute for meat. Tho author of tho bulletin, Mr .T. II. Hnthcr, writes: "Cottonseed meal and flour contain twlco ns much dlgcstlblo protein nh beef flank, three times ns much as mutton. Since cottonseed mcnl should bo eaten mixed with wheat flour or comment, the above comparison might be misleading. Tho comparison can he in do on the foods as eaten. Tho water content of the cottonseed hakory products varies from C por cent, (ginger-snapto fiO per cent (cottonseed meal corn bread). Tho dlgcstlblo protein of tho cottonseed mcnl wheat bread has a minimum of 8. SO per cent, and a maximum of 1G.i2 per cent. Then the digestible protein of cottonseed meal wheat bread varies d d from less to more than that of eggs, nnd from hnlf as much to as much ns beef loin, nccordlng to thu amount " 11 s) pno-thlrone-thir- A startling; statement but a true one in this case. "Uecauso I ft French fltWly One tcaspoonful of medicine and two pounds of Write fori f riit nickise EUROPE WAR my nntlonnlltyh not questioned STOCK A your own ground feed (cost about 3 cents equal, of (ke Dee MEDICINE, POULTRY in what they do for your animals and fowls, two until recently, n nn enetry in also our 32 past, iltuiira-te- d stock or poultry tonic pounds of any ready-mabook, (ullr explaining formed tho Cnkii officials j waa (price 25 cents). There you arc I If you don't lis iiten. Address : Panama-Californi- a n Gorman," sasenz. Dee Dee Slock Medicine "ThoSher- - German NavyBegan With try it out 1 Buy, (oday, a can of believe it, Company. lff at Montreal moncd me, but I Chattanooga, Tcnn. Exposition. ST0CK & P0ULTRY managed to evslho writ for a day Traditions. and then Kot Niagara Falls. I MEDICINE 25c, 50c and $1. per can. tried In vain et across to tho Ctuf M feti isle ttlic Mtkei it At your dealeri. HOLY HOUR OF IT MIDNIGHT American side P. "3 met a French DING DEEDS ABE RECORDED : . Canadian, who red to do tho Job paikn for And First Minute Of the New In ?20. I will, as and ho put me Sea Raiders Have Gone Scoutshipped across a trunk the river to th rehousn In Huffn- Year Works Are Set ing Knowing Deadly Fate lo. Three boulter I was freed." WVnz declaH hat a regular sys- In Motion. Awaited Them. .w tern hqs been llslied for getting Germans out clinada, KKMAINS OPK.V YKMl OF MI3UMAX Y1EW OF SITUATION iim i oi'i:xi:i its WAitiiiioi'si: ox moxdav, xow WOl'Iil) HPKNl AST I.VYS Sft To Itccelw Tol muto I'nr lis I'iisl Sail' HiHember I, J DM San Diego, Cal., Jan 1. Threo Onn thine the German navy has IN COfV POOU 1IOUSH DAIIiY S.I,ES 'thousand miles awny, President Wil- done In the present Avar It has supy llouoe Open Day anil Xlsht Imrgi'M iiiul ltet Lighted Flour In aroso In tho small hours TI10 Owensb Messenger of Frl- - plies Its own traditions. Wiv-lii Kent in kv. at Washington and touched an elec- - dny says: Counting no more decades than f Jtrlc button that opened to tho world MOWI3 AUTOMATIC Hl'AhlN navy does centuries, tho Application thc privilege of tho English . at' midnight here tho I'annma-Call- Wo hae 14,000 feet of floor sp.iee, sufficient to handle .'.00,000 spending tho itndcr of his days flerman navy went into tho war 4,,'fornla Exposition. It will remain ln tho county Irmary was made with no deeds of past glory to anipounds of tobacco at one time, thus enabling us to adequately class TllltKi: MIXKItH l1ijlii:i .j, jopen until Jnnuary 1, 1910. and display the tobatco without crowding. by N. A. Gray taunty Judgo Lon- - mate its sailors, lacking tho "spir, 'William G. McAdoo, Secretary of fivi: oTiiixis ix.u'uni) to start from evdriveway Wo can unload fifty wagons ut 700 feet of caster on Thu Tlie old man, it of their fathers tho Treasury, represented President who is in ticIte circumstances ery wave," with 110 memories of a once, and shelter l.'.O wagons more each load will bo registered as Greenville, Ky., Dee. :.n. -- Threo t ..AViIson at tho opening celebration. 8oon as driven in door and tobacco Insured for owner's benefit. Wo and almost tot blind, was at onq make and a Nelson, of a Trafalgar $V,".A8 the personal representative of period In his 111 Independent clr- or u routed Armuda to thrill them. miners, McClelland Kyle and Frank will rely upon superior service, better accommodations and low Alfonzo of Spain, thero was cumstances. charges to get a share of the business. Our elmrges are 10e n hunlost It will bo different In tho future. Murphy, white, and John Heynolds, however, "bresent County Del Vnlle do Salazar practically all ds inenns In an at The exploits of tho Kmden, the colored, were killed hy falling slate dred and 2 and with him were tho delegates of tompt to rescu 3 two bojs, Ueu- - Konlgsberg nnd tho Meet under von In a mine of the Greenville Coal Company, at I'owdcrly, In this roun- other foreign power?. ben and Scott, Li the tolls of tho Spec, however disastrous their Company Fireworks and illuminations slg- - law, Into wlilcl y got iif the kill In tho first weeks of tho ty.- have fn addition to the three men lio tiialled tho opening of tho gates car- - In'g of Wllllanlrders, more than war supplied tho German navy with (Incorporated.) "t1y yesterday evening and for three twenty years ad Tho old man was a pago of daring that rivals tho an- were killed, five wore injured, as fol Tlilicl mill Triplett Street.. feours thore was opportunity to ox- - security in bal nds for tho boys nals of England and which is gen- lows: KEVnCKV. J. F. VICKIMtS, Mgr. owExsnouo, Splere tho new city of Old Spain, and when tl took their leao erously acclaimed by the English Jim Hastings, W. J. Belcher, John "which has risen on the mesa above without perml blood of Clemens, Dudley Watklns and It. C. t of the author! themscUes, In whom the the Harbor of the Sun. tics tho old in was compelled to the Vikings stirs to admiration at Mitchell. At 11:30 p. m. tho formal cere sacrifice his p rty to meet tho sea daring even In a foe. Mitchell was onlj slightly injured mony of throwing Wide tlie gates nlillcnMnn nf M mil. Tliuriilra thin Ono phase of tho careers of the but the other four men aro in a to mo worm oegan. layman J. uage,)h0 imj becom rgely Involved in German raiders and battle cruisers serious condition. They were going Into tho mine of San Diego, former Secretary of.the defeneo of ,011s In tho matter that Is Impresslvo Is that their fate the Treasury, Introduced Col. D. C. 0f attorney's and eostR Innntn has been sealed from the first. Soon- when the slate fell. The mule they Collier, former president of the'erable. er or later they were bound to en- wero driving was killed. exposition. After ucscrining tiie in-- 1 Tho mines belong to the company For some tin) e tins been at tue counter a superior forco of tho eneccptlon of the exposition, Col. Sd ra homo at Pe my and go to the bottom. Speed, or which W. A. Wlckliffo and Chas. Her made way for president G. Au- woe valley, air eturned only re- - seamanship and sagacity could only Martin, of Greenville, are the prin:p"i drey Davidson, to whom were de- cently to Davie ounty. Tho court servo to keep them going a while cipal owners. That can be had is from the barn yard and the time livered tho plans, tho keys and final- took his appll on under advise' longer and permit them to Inflict Children's Cough' Children's Colds ly tho exposition itsolf. to apply it js when the plant is young and tender, ment. more dnraage on the enemy's shipUntil Aro Serious. At midnight tho exercises ended ping. Tho sens arc wide, but not rMm When one of your little one" and the flash of an electric spark In Alight dressing of this Manure at this season of the CoiikIi MHli For Children. wldo enough to let them slip away shows symptoms of an approaching tho Whlto House carried over tho Never give njiid a cough medl- - always from the ships of four naCfflU, give it Dr. Hell's wires President Wilson's announce- cino tnat contb oplum in any tions on the watch for them. yearjdoubles the strength of the plant and increases at once. It acts quickly, and ment. form. When m is given, other This realization that the German the jield greatly. The only way to do this is by the Dedicatory ceremonies were plan- and more serlc diseases may fol ships were Woomed was set forth prevents tho cold growing worse.' ned to be held on tho exposition iow L,ong ex ence has demon by Capt. L. Perslus, of tho German Very healing sooths the lungs, use of a manure spreader. The John Deere is the grounds this morning. In behalf of j stratcd that tl is no better or navy. loosens tho iiiucoub, strengthens the In tho Derllner Tageblatt of system. It's guaranteed. Only 25c President Wilson, Secretary McAdoo safer medicine coughs, colds and Novomber when ho said In writmost economical spreader buiH. The beater is wa on the programto deliver an crpup in, child than, Chamber- - ing on tho question: "In what at your druggist. Uuy a bottlo toaddress. Other speeches were to be Iain's Cough R dy. It Is equally measuro is Great Britain now justi-lle- d day. Bucklen's Arnica Salve for built on the axle of the machine and tlmt vlocs liwiv sores. delivered by John Barrett, director valuable for ad m Try it. Jt con- In speaking of its rule of thel general of tho (Advertisement) Union, tains no opiuror other harmful sea?" Then he said: with one hundred and twenty-fiv- e '"hur extra parts to HHF, m in .behalf of tho nations of the two drug. For sah all dealers. m "Despite the fact that our brave 'Thus the Iilmit. Americas; by Count De Salaz'ar, on (Advertisement break and give you trouble, besides makes it the" ' Emden, after a heroic battle near It was evening. He and she were behalf of King Alfonzo of Spain; by tho Cocos Islands, was destroyed oil Seated ill her father's room burning JI111111. lightest draft machine built. You can get this maTheory. the representatives of other foreign 9 by the Australian cruisher father's gftsi powers and other Western States. James starteJs third helping of November er Sidney, and the Konlgsberg Is chine with'tho Stag Sulky Plow, one or both, from pudding with dkht. "Answer mo. Angelina!" he cried. lillloiiimess and Constipation Cured. "Onco upon lime, James," ad- - confined in the Rufldji river, on tho in a voico full of passionate earnest If you are ever troubled with bll- - monlshed his liier, "thero was a East African coast, by tho Urltislt iiess. "Answer mo! I can bear this l iousness or constipation you will be little boy who too much pud- - cruiser Chatham sinking a collier ut suspense no longor." its mouth, we may nevertheless re ', interested in the statement of It. F. ding, "Answer him, Angelina!" came a and he bit?" member with prldo that the Emden, voice ""through tho keyhole. "AnErwin, Peru. Ind. "A year ago last James consld inwlnte.' I had an attack of lifdigestion swer him. I can bear this expense "Thero ain't h a thing ns too during a period of three months, dicted severe wounds upon the hos- no longer." followed by biliousness and constl- -' much pudding,' e deciared. WSIWmff-Wrtiljqujrwas pation. Seeing Chamberlain's Tab- -' "Thero must !" contended his tile commerce, and as It thus wc hope Whenever You Need a General Tonic lets so highly recommended, I mother. "Else hy did the little In tho Indian Ocean (and Take Grove's will soon ngain bo tho case, when, then bought a bottlo of them and boy burst?" The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless perchanre, a sister of tho Emden iuey iieipeu mo rignt away." James passeills pinto for the For cbill Tonic is a will make its appearance thore! ) so General Tonic equally valuable asthe saie by all dealers, because it contains m fourth tlmo. say HMMfe. ZT JV l H. m. it Is now in the Atlantic and Pacific well known tonic properties of QUININE Vt Advertisement.) "Not enough K and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives Oceans. tt f Enriches the W UNDKItOItOUND" KAIIAVAY There we have our cruiser lleet oat Malaria, Whole System. Blood and How To Qlve ( tine To Children. Builds up the 50 cents. . JUK FliKKING GERMANS FBBRIUNlt lithe In mark name iriven to an under Vlco Admiral Count voli Spee, improved Quinine. II capital tactical and strategic Syrup, pleas- Solid Silver Ilcdstenil. out to take and doei 1Taste!:is sue stomscn. whoso aiiiuro Cleveland, O., Dec. 31. An "unA solid succeeded in decisively take it and er Know u is uulnlne, leadership silver bedstead costing "dulls who cannot derground 'railroad,'' similar to the iitoJ:,j7c'a"K0.,pl Does not nauseate nor defeating tho English on Novembor, $45,000, recently w?s made In Eng. viu.u.i, uuinin( cause nervousness ones in operation during tho Civil it the next time youno iKintrinthebead. Try 1 on the coast of Chile, and thero land for an Indian rajah. Now I flltTtl(n fn comWar when escaping negroes woro p0'e- - ."JF ior 2oun 'HElnal package. The aro" various of our crulsors York Press. ii name FBR1UN is wn in bottle. 25 cents. brought North, hns been established pletely unharmed und ready to botween the United States and Canmake life burdensome for tho merAVo've tired It. II ada. This time tho "underground" A ninti is freqi tly called a clmr- - chant ships of tho enemy. C D.-1.- 1 & mi Zf Is rescuing Germans from Canada. "We saw that a few swift und in GH LDREN'S GO DS ucter just becaut: 10 has no charac- m oiuv.n. 1 j,v d bhlp"?, of measure Word as to the working of tho ter at all. Wc au's Homo Com- - bomo course, under ideal leadership, were ''underground" EXT was brought to panlon. j sent out to do harm to tho hostile Dr. Honry Louis Kmltli. Tren. o heapower and merchant marlno, and Washington and Loo University, Lix y no Englishman will be able ington, Vu., suyu: "In thu last to ears wo have used to view their work with a light trunk. 3 de Equals 25 $ THEPRESIDENT Starts out Dpp TW V MJ a Ki O'' mlt-pro4k- f. The Lancaster Loose Leaf Tobacco Co. lir, :. $ to-da- 24-fc- et J - lln-is- h, Lancaster Loose Leaf Tobacco 1 m The Best Fertilizer ! I MILLIHMS St MILLER, Beaver Dam, Kentucky. I RUBBER ROOFING At Reduced Prices. I 1 I . well-arme- MED EUl A Member of The Releccas A Bad Case of Nasal Catarrh Cured IHk '; mm I By ' "' to-da- heart. "Hut. of course, wo Indulgo in no false hopes. This condition, so far as it pertains to extra European wators. can unfortunately only bo of temporary duration. In the end our bravo' mrulser command-er- a will find it impossible to maintain 'themselves. Lacking uny point of support, any assistance whatever, they, too, will buccumb to tho enemy's stiongth. They cannot maintain themselves over against tho combined English, French, Russian and Japanese rorces. Tho dlfforeneo In numbor is too great. Our powors aro too woak to dispute tho lule of tho sea by tho enemy for any extended length of time. Wo know this, but wo calmly fnco the equa tion, proud of tho post achievements of our flcot and hoping that it may jot nail many others to its flag,'' our-belv- cs conutantlv. nnrl nnr hnllrir Im Ita nin cleney has with continued usi until In such caiieo wo now relv entire)' upon It. und have discarded tho use o vunor lamps, internal medicines, nn everything tin. Kind." Hanipln 01 request. At of drUKfjists, S5c, C0e nn nil vicji uneiiiiuu to. i.v. QrveiMboro, V C VICIS&moSALVE In order to reduce my large ft n;AJ, ui nuuuer rvoonng will make you a price that will save j you money. If you are in need of Roofing see me while in town. rr 13 . I PAUL WOODWARD, Hartford, Kentucky. WE $1 Pe-ru-n- a. RMEUMA TW GIVEN QUICK RELIEF Pain leaves almost a if by inaoie when ou bijn using tho famousolil remedy for Kheuma' tism, Lumbago, Gout, Sciatica, Neuralgia and kindred troubles. It ftoes right to tho spot, stops tho aches aud pains and makes ltfo worth living. Get n botllo of today. A booklet with each bottlo gives full directions for use. Don't delay. Remand Don't ac cept anything ulso in A XI can be cured by an internal medi- ' cine is denied by some. Only a fiance at our files would be ec- y to convince any sane per I fect catarrh can be cured by 1 Internal use of Peruna '..J Imm, Victoria PicUel. of Columbus is a case of t is sort. She jwsal catarrh very badly, and wa: cured bv Per na. F im We will jt4B mv tell her own story. Mrs. Victc ia M. Pickel, 30 E. Mound Street, Columbus, Ohio, writes 'T Vinif a wwm iipihiv j. .x n, , naving naan very agrgra- uu( Ty wuim. iur caiar .1. t. yaiea case, so oaa mat it cioggea tht nasal organi. When I did t the nasal organs opened, the mucu ; would drop'irio my throat pd make me very sick. I friend advised me to take Perui a, and after tisaig four bot-iI was cured. I have no trouble no v, and am habpy to say that I wn enjoying the best of health and a tending to Kiode duties, being a member of the Rebecca Lodge of Odd Fellows "i wouia recommend Peruna to th se sufferingiWth the same 11 'That any case of nasal catarrh I I H9B 1IS!;: (Vs. -- '"1U. 1bbB 'J'-'-M- JKl '.; fmmk. Harcoudt &. Co. 1&MM& wuiSKlEETw. i.CagS THE LEADING STATIONERS AND, s&( 0&b ars agcnts ron m$3H$&ffl BfWli ORDERS FOR STATIONERY, ETC. Maybe left wilhua w tl tlo ivorhwKcrv completed will nfarK the useras'Ovm'dnd mcet"cry rcqu? ment oftnemoit discriminating taste. .... - m I tA , cotton si:i:i mkai, is i:xcih,i,i:nt fou food m HHRTFORD HERHLD HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. nsszeun:uMsi WHVAJUUt HVUUJ5T, Ilulletln No, 1CU from tlio Toxna Stntlpn, ARrlctiltural roconuneiulB tbp nsu of eottoiiKeod meal, mixed wjtli coruiuoal or whrjat llQur. ns a aluabiQ food. It fs found to lo Nut iiiviaiui too far a drug store send Ona Dollar to Swaoson Kbouroatic Curo Co , Newark, Ohio, and dibotU cf will be git ran tupfjy you. If yoirllvo rilir rf ft n 1viM. tru if zir'jtfWKmn si.oo a vi:.u. hi'iiscuim: fou tup n.inroiti urini.D It II ' "" . b ft Cr H o f? w , xilLJiPOJ'i LJ I'll ,s,s' Iggggggg I '' 6 uk ifsesteeelB ofjppppppppM jooooooo oB L 5a flBBHSRi!!: m IliktmJ o a8 o ao o, tt II t t It TT w AKfl fM..H 3"TH , -- iJcJ S.. .L. aM w QfQ 11 S,J. 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Sn S - F-Jom ? m a 000? l o 00000000 : io-i- I i KkSS o6o A ij b OO 0o t ft 3 I o99bbBb1bbV VAVAVAVAVAVAVAhH B' ATA9B)QBBk. Mm 2s oq moScd ocs Bo'b 000 , ' S , SS sjpy fl - 1 H SB-.a..p-2-- S 5 ? : AnnPospc1p,u ggggs ---- II 9""4E Bmiiiiiii IBM S h 2. AHfliBHBi I liP!if Sen c" 9BrBBWwfTV' I 21 8 1 ff a 8 M -- M s; 4 pEiggmaW " S to I tfBlMB&tm . --T I OC rn n T ??J ' ; I : li?3 : : : H) , II II filttK'Hi mm H ft) .a J go f 9 'Bf IIP f. ' Q c , - ' J g o4 f: ??,- ts$!s9 - : :tt'm il L...L IL MU'm """'' 1? -- m ,WT THK HAKTFORH.HPRA! D HUH te& TO DOWN Hubbaitl, whoso husband was uls New druses will bo orgaiiiu! in High School, In tho samo war. Mrs. Shanka Is work to accommodate students entering at that halo and hearty for her great ago time. Tho work in the Normal Department will reads Without glnf-seand Is a worn nn of vnry bright mid striking perbegin at tho samo time with a strong class. Mr. Itollio Wcsterfleld, living in sonality,, her long memory furnish Freo tuition to common school graduates. Putho Nocrcek neighborhood, lost a ing her with n storo of usefu good colt worth about $50 Thursday knowledge. pils intending to take tho next examination for night, by Illness. Mr. Herbert diplomas aro urged to enter at tho beginning of living near by, lost a good MR. W. O. ilOl.UuuoK AND SISTER PASS AWAY tno term and not to wait 'till after the examinair.ulo In nhout tho same manner Frifor day night. tion. Good board at reasonable rates. Mr. W. O. Holbrook died at his Mr. J. H. Thomas, the veteran homo on Washington for For further particulars call on or address street and Journalist of Narrows, Ky., was In Court Square at 2 o'clock last MonHartford Monday. Mr. Thomas day morning of heart sale. failure, success. can't keep from taking a whiff of by diseases Incident to age. prlntor's Ink when ho gets a chanco After funeral services conducted by and ns usual gavo ub ii pleasant Rev. 11. W. Napier, assisted by Rov. call whilo here. rjJuiVfSttiG.ita w It. A. Bennett, at th'e now Methodist this church at 2 o'clock yesterday afterNoah X. Cooper, tho son of Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Cooper, noon, his rcmnliiH wcro Interred In Hartford, Routo 2, died last Satur- Oakwood cemetery. Tho pallbear day night, of rhuumatism and com- ers were: R. B. Martin, Hooker 7 plications. His remains wcro taken Williams, T. II. Black, R. T. Collins, to Daviess county Monday and bur- Owen Hunter and Sam Barnett. Honorary pallbearers: J. C. Riley, led near Home. .1. W. Ford, J. C. Thomas, Capt. S. Anyone contemplating installing) K. Cox, .I.W. Robertson and Stephen a pressure tank in residence or ofMay. "Tho floral designs were numfice for cold or hot water, will do erous and beautiful. well to sec .T. A. Duke and W. J. of Mr. Holbrook, who was 74 years Dean, the Plumbers and Steam FitWo are putting in a stock of harness, breeching, of ago, whilo not a member of an ters, Hnrtford, Ky,, before making church, had professed religion mun; hainc. tfcfi., all of the best bL'h grade goods. AnV arrangement, ltl years ago, and was a Presbyterian mule collar should see our one wanting a horse Miss Winnie Slmmerman and her In faith. He leaves surviving him scientific collars. They are made of the best gi;ade visitors, Misses Brewster and Sut- one hon, Mr. Rowan Holbrook, who ton, who had been spending the hol- is vlco president of tho Bank ot leather, double stitched, and are made to fit. They idays with Mihs Slmmermau'tf par- Hartford, with whom ho resided (kTaway with'the pad and sore shoulders. They aie ents, Mr. and Mrs. It. 13. Leo Also five half brothers and three others, returned yes- half sisters. His wife preceded hli" and a comfort to the beast and a pleasure to the owner. College, on tho 4th day of June, 1890, and terday to Nashville, Tcnu. an only daughter, Miss Laura Boll A special accommodation passen- Holbrook, about 39 years ago, at ger train has been put in service on the ago of 7 year era era "Uncle Os," as he was familiarly tho local M., H. & 1, railroad, runH?P 1 B S (O R ning between hero and Irvington, called, was well and favorably which arrives at Hartford at 1:40 known, throughout tho i ouuty. l'i p. m. and leaves for Irvington at 2:05 will be greatly missed by a host of P. m., m aid uk connection with the friends. An only sister, MrH. Martha Row"Texas" passenger train for Louisan, widow of the lato R. A. Rowan ville. of tho Ue'lin neighborhood, preeei' J oO O O The lecturo of Ralph Parletto at ed himyouly about 8 hours, Mio havO OFTJKG THE BEST I Hnrtford College last Thursday ing died at her residence about COl'STV tOl'RT NtifK.H. night was considered one of tho Ijest seven miles north-weof Hartfon1 Miss Nora Wedding, who ia delivered in Hartford in recent . K. & E. milnOAD TIME TAhibt Sunday evening about U o'clock teaching at Central City, visited her years. It was full of logic and huBLE AT HARTFORD, KY. The e.nmlnlnK trial of Bill Taj After funeral conducted bj mother, Mrs. S. J. Wedding, last mor and delivered In that masterly her pastor at 1 o'clock p. in. last lor, who was arrested at Heaver week. South Bound style for which tho speaker is fa- Monday, her remains were Interred Dam las Friday by Sheriff S. O. No. 115 duo at Hartford 9:20 a. m. For bargains read tho advortiho-nien- ts mous. Tim large audience was well in tho Woodward's Valley church Keown and lodged In Jail chnra-eNorth Bound Is set for hearfound In this issue of The pleased. burying grounds by tho sido of her with J'10- No. 114 due at Hartford 2:20 p. m. Herald. a before JudK They aro many and baring Mr. R. W. King, formerly a Jew- husband. gains numerous. HARTFORD AND IRVINGTON The deceased, who had been a eler in Hartford, but recently of Ft. ACCOMMODATION. The jury In tho ease of the Mr. Henry B. Foreman, from Towsen, Ok., ha. returned with his member of tho Baptist church lor aYC- Com'tli. vs. Noah lleasloy, Owe.i Arrive. fnmlly to Kentucky. They are at many jears, leaves surviving her 111., has joined his No.lllxT.40prm. No.U2..2:05p.m Peoria,Mr. Anla P. Foreman, brother present with relatives at Beaver three sons, R. A. Itowan and A. V. Beasley and It. A. Swift, charged here, in the In effect Jan. 4, 1915. Dam until Mr. King lluds a. new lo- Rowan, Hellln, and S. O. Rowan, with lietit larceny, found the do barber business. ) ;-1 H. R. MISOHKK. Agt. defendants KUilty as charged in the cation. Mr. King says there is no Wray, Colorado. .TA- -J Mrs. P. O. McKInney, Rockport, place warrant and hxed a penalty or ISO The condition of the brother and like old Kentucky for him Illinois, and Airs. Cosoy Uupy, slbter was so serious that neither days each in Jail. They were charg- In Peed Is an easy matter If you OOOOOOOOOO are tho guests of Mr. andofMrs. R. H. and his people.' aoo como hero for it. You will (ind it was permitted to know just how ill ed with btcaliug honey. o Gillespie, n T.OOAL NEWS AND Mr. Delaware Hnzolwood, HartUnion street. In tho caso of tho Com'th. vs. and that Is why the other was. But It should be a POINTS O PERSONAL ford, Routo 5; Mr. Willis Harl and n to tho loved ones to Xoah Pheljs,HnrriJon Raymond an. Mr. J. W. OUR VV.V.U W1XK. J.UOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO spending the Marks, who had been little daughter Uladys, Barretts Fer- consolation brother and sister aro Clem Sliroadcr. charged with assault know, that holidays with his par- ry, were pleasant callers Ordinal y feed often contains dirt at The now where there will bo no more and liatterj, Phelpi and Raymond Photographer" In ents, Mr. andMrs. T. S. Marks, re- Herald office Saturday. Mr. Harl Ujp'Taere's and foreign mnttcr wSiich Injures The bereaved families each entered a plea of guilty, lav turned to Birmingham last Wednes- came down to get his daughter parting. SCHROETER. tho stock. Cfeo our feed and see vour llnrtford. and facts to tho court and each was day. y3 Gladys, who had Wcen visiting her have the slnccrest hjiupathj of all. lined $25 and costs. On motion of stock thrive. Warren Llndloy, Centertown, Misses Nellie Austin, Chicago, uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. DelaWelcome Visitors. County Attorney tho charge was dis.. l. Is tiulto 111. and Marie Austin, Louisville, visited ware Huzelwood, for tho past month. Tho following named parties were missed as to Clem Shroader. American Wire Fence nono bet their sisters, Mrs. Hooker Williams Mr. Douglas D. Felix and sister,' among The Herald's recont callers: Hamorci. and Mrs. Attyo Grltllu, city, hiBt Tho Prodico Morchivnt tercall on U. S. Carson. Xotlte. Miss Mary Elizabeth Felix, who had C. It. Ashby. E. F Jackson. (!. 11. Ashby, Rov. L. W. Tichenor and J. T Having bold half Interest In :nj HAKTKOItll, ICV. C. B. KnlEkern, Boston, Mass., week. Mr. been spending tho holldnys with visited In Hartford a day or two last Mrs. Olllo Taylor, widow of Mr. their parents here, left for the East W. Condlt. Centortown; S. .1. Tich- business to my brother, II. H. Ellis. enor, Mitchell Smith and .1. R. Li- tho namo of tho new llrm nfter Jan. fYJveOk'.' John W. Taylor, formerly higher yesterday to resume their studies E. Ellis & Bro. Condlt, Centertown. here, and little daughter Vivian, of tho former In the law depaitmcnt of kens, Mclienry; J. W. Carter, Hart- i. 1915. will bo NEWS FflOM GEHTOnmW Mr W. F. ill, ia Unlontown, Ind., aro visiting Mr. Yule University, New Haven, Conn., ford, Route 1; Ehij. Leslie Combs, I thank all old friends for past pat ktoutol, who has beon quite Hartford, Routo 2; T. E. Allen, ronago and tho now firm will appreand tho latter In tho Now England Ben Taylor and mother, city. Just lerelwd a c.iilond of Itoj.il improving. Conservatory of Music, Boston, Rockport, Routo 1; W. S. Ambioho, ciate any favors. Field I'euie the best fence ui'Ui guest Mrs. Her rick Johnson and Mrs. Kov. D. W. Napier was tho W. E. ELLIS, Hartford. Route C; Dudloy Wester-- ! jwlth the ptfee rl'lil. Also a K.lp; days Ella I. Boone, wlio havo been visit- .Mass. field, Hartford. Routo 7; J. C WilProduco Merchant OH of friends in Nashville soveral lino of Horso Col)iu. and IlarS'fS FoIIn? The danco given by tho young liams, Rockport: L. H. Combs and ing their sister, Mrs. F. L. last week. for tho past week, AvIU return to men of Hartford at Dr. Bean's James H. Ballard. Hartford. R. 1; Mrs Marj;iiret X. SlcConnlek Dead. of nil kinds. "f I Mr. J. I'. Tichenor, Centertown, Oreonvillo And lomoniber we handle the y Opera Houbo on Now Year'u night W. S. Likens and H. B. Taylor, Beaor Mrs. Margaret X. McCormlck, vld- Routo 1. who has been ill for fionie O. K. Slopes and Itntet was largoly attended and highly ow of tho late Esq. 11. P. McCor- .,.. ver Dam; Phllo Duncan, Sunnydalo; . Mr. Raymer TInsloy returned i. .. ....j time, is no better. eiihj. ojjo by all present The music O. C. Hocker, Hnrtford, Routo 4; muck died nt hnr residence in the,1""1 "u,uo i ..... "-'- ' i. i..... Uavloss, of Louis- Monday to Urbana. III., to resume made by the HopkliiBvlllo ' colored Assossor C. C. '" Mrs. Anthony ..ocreek neighborhood last Friday HInes, Olaton, Route his special courso In Germnn, uftor ville, was tho guest of Mrs. Owen spending a few days with his par- orchestra was fine. Tho young la- 1; E. Q. Cooper, Mclienry; Wayno at 2 o'clock p. in., of pneumonia I01"; ",'1 s,crtcs ut 'Olsol,f,to m,,rt'H' " "pn-srii-t r.uniiu v.. dles In return gavo a delightful Stevens, Thomas, city, last week. "" Hartford, Routo S; Leo with complications Incident to age ents, Air. and Mrs. W. 8. Tinsley. danco at the samo place Saturday Tichenor, Ceralvo; Scioto Hocker, 'After funeral services conducted b .Strauss & Ci. 'Inlt'to3lC(iui'u Hartford, Seo l'nul Woodward, Clothing. Mr. William .Moore returned to night. Centertown, Route 1; L, C, Leuch, j her pastor, Itov. 11. W. Napier, at Ky., for Bubberold Roofing and all Wo handle a full lino of Grocer Lexington Monday to resume hU I.Mt. Hermou church, her remain)', 39tf Every member of tho local Mac-cab- Beaver Dam; J, P. Austin, Hartford. kinds of nulldlng Material. les and want to trade evcrj tiling o studies in State University, after lodge Is urged to be out at tho Houto 4; W. A. Hlmes, Hartford, i wero Interred In tho church burying linvo for jour produre. Wo n.suio Mrs. J. Aiuennett has returned spending the holidays with his parTho deceased, who was in I grounds. first meeting of the uew year which and C. L. Elliott, Rochestor. from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. L. ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P, Moore. tho 75th yenr of her uge, had been a you the market price eery time. occurs (Thursday) night. Will hao a ear of Kcrllllei lu Xotlce. B. Foster, at Indianapolis. member of tho M. E. Church, South, For n quick and easy shave, call Tho now officers will bo installed I will sell crushed corn for $1.25 time for your plant beds. a for nearly half a century. MIbs Mary Marks entertained wilt bo much of interest on Foremnn Bros. Taylor's old and there per cwt., corn chops $1.50 per ewt. Call and sco w every tlm jui evoulnif at She leaves surviving her pine few guests Wednesday stand. Children's and to tho order. It is the. hope and in Elthor of the above food mixed with como to town. Make our place joitr Clay street. four ebnu and llvo dnugh her residence on ladles' shampooing, nlso electric and tention that there will not bo less cotton seed meal Ib tho very best children tors. Thrco children and her hus- lieadiiuniterN uml lot ux liao a iiit' Your patronage than ono hundred of the 157 pres cow feed. Sacks to bo roturncd. Mm. Mlschko aud daughter, Miss hand massaging. of your business, nt least. band preceded her In death. ent, at least. Personal Interest is 1U Leila, of Evansvllle, are tho guests appreciated. TlmukinK jou In ndv.uice, u W. E?. ELLIS, what ndds worth to the order, and .Mr. una Hrn, H, E. Mlschko. Yourb rep'y., 50t4 Produco Merchant. For Sale. Reuben Smith, tho every member not only come State Auditor. 0. B. LI- - son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Smith, himself, but should Hartford, Ky. One pair good horses. Oood con bco that others come. ISsou Edward, Frankfort, Hartford, Route C, died very suddltloned and will work anywhere DEXTER VINCEMT, MissGIoBn Katertain.s. Mr. Noah Skaggs, formerly living Friday ia Hartford. Will sell cheap. For terms appl; tat denly last Sunday of heart trouble. Last Friday afternoon MIbh with his family here, but recently Miu Maria Hardwick, of Owens- - Ills remains were buried at Union head miller la a flouring mill at Dig Olean gave a tea in honor of her to Rev. W. II. Foreman, Hartford Ky. ltt was the guest ef relatives ia Grove Tuesday. Cllfty, Ky., met with a fatal acci- guests, Miss Maudo Sutton and Mica i irtford a 'few days last week. Plurle Browster, who havo been In another column will, be found dent at that place last Saturday. A copy ot tho Bible 15 to bo plac It 'Mr. Shelby Stevens, who had been the statement of the Bank of Hart- is said that bis coat get eaught by spending the holidays ia Hartford. ed. la the hands of every soldier Iv wero tho hospitals, prison camps and on Visiting bis mother hero, returned to ford as of January 1, 1915. It a flying belt and he was whirled Punch, tea and sandwiches f AuUvllIa Monday to resume hta shows a nourishing condltloa and through or around the machinery, i served aad thoafter'nooa was thor- the battlefields of Europe by tlu at4ifti ia the Ualverslty of Louis-- 1 the sfle'4M stand lag of this jmu- - A,Buaihijr.ot,bones were broken aad oughly eJoyedby everyone, section of the, WorW'tAmerican ' his body was' badly bruised. He' aUo Safccribe lor 'luo iiarUord Herald. Sunday School Association,' SaLE our Kum Down viUw-C?ixJU Holbrook, who 13 Mr. Mclienry with tho George H. Burr Banking- Co., of Chicago, was summoned homo by tolegrnm Monday on account of tho (loath of his grandfather, Mr. Wi. O. Holbrook. Mr. Glenn TJnrnrg roturncd to Elkton Monday to resume lif studies In tho Vnnderbllt Training School, after a seyornl weeks stay with his parents, Judge and Mrs. W. If. Barnes, on account of 111 health. Rov. B. W. Napier delivered his first sermons In tho now Mothodlst church last Sunday morning and night. Tho church, which scats 400 pcoplo, was taxed to Its capacity and tho audiences heard splendid sermons. Sunday. received internal injuries, and live only',nbout two hours. His fnmll llvo nt Horse Branch, this count wlioro ho was first taken. Latcii his body was brought to Hartfon and Interred at'Oakwood cemcter. rHartford i M MID-WINTE- WEDNESDAY, JA.V, 6, " a.iftfo 'f JM. fi r" College 0 Hnrtford has within her border, ono of the oldest citizens In Uk Stato In the person of Mrs. Q. C Shanl.s, 9. An accredited High School of tho lirst-t'lns- j. years old next Saturday who will bo ninety-foi- l, SIio is tho widow of a civil wa veteran, Col. Shanks, and lives wit! Januar R TERM BEGINS JAN. II her widowed daughter, Mrs. Lucj Was-torflol- We have ransacked the markets ' some special bargains Our efforts'werea We have the bargains and plenty ofjhem. Be wise sale. super-Induce- H. E. BROWN, HENRY LEACH, V. Pres. Pres. and attend Begins Friday Closes Saturday the 16. OUR SCIENTIFIC Horse and Mule Collars. or, Read everylword our big circular. DO THIS, and remember that IT PAYS Ti2 TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. n, Jzo to-da- Ward-JJelmo- nt Ceill om Williams 9E BEAVER DAM, KY. st ooooooooooo0000 house-hreaking, to-d- FEEDf I 1 1 WeHaveThbEest. 1 - (Mr. W. E. ELLiS ed -- ''" I .""''"i"' ee ' , hair-bobbi- M i" nlno-year-o- ld liia & -- Centertown. Ky. - Six MontVstt 4WT Subtcribe for Umi i Herald; $1 a jtil' t. t sj TWF WAPTFORD HFRAT.D WKDXB8DAY, MX, , lftlS. zr-1 i ' A ' FJj4r I ;! SwJSS WAvtl1 5 for ' rL&Nl I I 11'. ! 'Ml capacity 6o,ioDi3c jm pi: ff w a aAVJIj I 'if f I PI f i 1 Our Big Annual lid-Wint- er Come-Dow- n Sale Will C I fl oamraay, January Bes? in Friday, January, ana uose in n I c 1 f 1 in 10. 1 " This Sale as our other Sales have been, will be a great boon to the economic buyer. We have made special preparation for this Sale by buying at a low price many articles in Staple Merchandise which are being sought these streneous times by every household. Remember the date. Be on hand and don't forget that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. ' 3 4 & Ten l9ei Gent Reduction on MEN'S CLOTHING. Suits or Overcoats, you canIf you aro Interested nt this time In money to you. Head below: not afford to miss this sale- -It means H' "" Pric6 Men's $20.00 Suits, Sale Men's $18.00 Suits, Sale Price ' Men's $15.00 Suits, Salo I'rlco S" ft OH Price Men's $12.50 Suits, Salo Like reduction on Men's Overcoats. Eeiy Article in 'ie tfoqse DxAi, ie Sqle COAT SUIT AND CLOAK DEPARTMENT. n' . Well, it's a shamo to cut prices In this department Just at present tlmo, but we mean to mako thi3 .1 sura enough BARGAIN OCCASION, hence wo will not hold even these seasonable goods in reserve. This means a saving to you of not less than 25 por cent, on overy garment. Road below.: $ 95 $12.50 Ladles' Coat Suits, Bluo-UlicSuits, good shades $11.00 $15.00 Ladles' Coat Suits $19.00 Ladles' Coat HOYS' CLOTHING Two-Piec- DEPAKTMENT. Hoys' Hoys' niuo Sorgo Suits,, $5.00 Vnlue Hoys' Fancy Worsted Suits, $3.50 Valuo Hoys' Caihmoro Suits, $2.50 Valuo e BIuo Sergo Suits, Hegular $G.OO Value . $t.l $! u WlNTEIt UNDERWEAR. Now nt a time when tlieso goods will bo most needed you aro going to buy them at a reduced price. 2c 50c Valuo Men's Flat Fleeced Shirts 12c r.Uc Valuo Men's Flat Fleeced Drawers c Mo 's $1.00 Flat Fleeced Shirts c Men's $1.00 Flat Fleeced Drawers 2c Men's Ulbbod Fleeced Undershirts 12c Men's Itlbbod Fleeced Drawers 8!c Men'b $1.00 Quality Ribbed Union Suits These aro extra values. Come In Shirts sizes 30 to 44. Drawers 32 to 44. Save money by seelnc this line I LADIES' LONG COATS. '. i $15.00 Long Coats $12.50 Ladies' Long Coats $10.00 Ladies' Long Coats '. $ 5.00 Ladles' Long Coats Proportionately low prlco In Children's and Misses'. goods and a tine selection to pic-- !rom. $11.00 $ 0.08 $ 8.00 $ 3.00 All fresh OUH SnOE DEPARTMENT. This big reduction comes at a time when Shoo3 arc, most needed and aro going to be In demand. Notwithstanding tho almost dally Incrcaso in all leather, wo aro going to offer somo very special values In our Shoe Department. Note tho reductions: Our $3.50 Ladies' Patent Leather Shoes $2.08 Our $3.00 Ladles' Kid Button Shoes , $2.00 Our $2.50 Ladles' Gun Metal Button Shoes . .$1.00 T. !.. Our $2.00 Ladles' Kid Button Shoes .$1.70 Men's Gun Metal Button Shoes,'' $3.50 valuo $3.00 Men's Gun Metal, Tan or Patent Shoes, $4.00 value $3.00 Men's $1.75 Heavy Work Shoes .' $1.50 '. Men's $3.00 Work Shoes $2.10 A ten per cent reduction on nil children's Shoes. Bo wlso! Buy now, and save money. m. v v MEN'S ODD COATS. $5.00 Xoats, Sale Price $2.50 Coats, Salo Price $1.50 Coats, Sale Price Men's Odd Pants $3.08 $1.08 $1.20 $1.50, $3.00 and $3.50 , i p OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. It Is a conceded fact that our Ladles' Hats aro tho peer of anything to be found In Ohio county when It comes to style. Wo are going to show you that wo appreclato your trade, by giving somo exceedingly low prices to you during this January Sale. Our line is so varied that wo cannot quoto you prices here, but If interested, como during this salo and wo guaranteo you absolute satisfaction in price, stylo and quality. KUM DOWN SPECIALS IN NOTIONS. O. N. T. Thread 4C ; San Silk Brass Pins 5c Shoo Laces Good 40 40 So , ' Pearl Buttons (seconds) so MUX'S HAT DEPARTMENT. fi i I 'V The now styles aro extromo in color and shape, but that's what ou want, and wo aro prepared to give them to you. You can afford to discard tho old ono for a now odo at our Kum Down I'rlco., , M Men's $2.00 Values all shades $1.20 Men's $1.60 Vnluos (Blue-Blac91.08 Men's $2.50 Values, all shades $2.29 Men's $3.00 Valuo (Gray only) Special prices In Men's and Hoys' Hats as low in proportion. Youth's Caps. A fortunato time for you to 'buy these goods at a low price. k) KUM DOWN STAPLE SPECIALS. Hopo Hloach Cotton ....." ; Hooslcr Domostic Apron Gingham , : , Ucot 20c Ticking '. Heavy Outing Cloth 1 Oo Porcals '..'..;.. Good Styles Gingham, 10c quality 20c Tablo Oil Cloth '. .; Good Quality Crash ...... Good Calico A ton por cent, reduction on all staples. ' t '....7c .- . .BHc Re KUM DOWN SPECIALS IN WOOLEN DRESS GOODS. 50-in36-In- 18o .'. . ,8c 8c 8c 15c 8c 36-In- 30-In- Blue Serge, $1.00 quality Blue or Black Sergo Wool Novelties Wool Cballes 80c .' 42c 4c KUM DOWN SPECIALS IN COTTON DRESS GOODS. A splendid lino of plain and fancy weaves in Poplins, all of tbe 4Mc new shades, all regular 25c and 35c sellers, Down Salo Price our Kum ac it The Above Prices Are for Cash Only. G oods Charged Will Be at Regular Prices. ? i 'J lfl 0 v , A WEDNMDAY, JAN, , 118. ARTILLERY GUNS. THE HARTFORD HERALD What the Term "Quick Flrer," "Inch" Quna and "Pounders" Mean. To thu average man such phraxes ns "three pounders" and "ls Inch' guns arc familiar, but he nearly reads them wjthout Tully understanding their meanings. A pound gun Is it cannon which receives Ita name from the weight of the shell It II res. Thus u gun known us a "three pounder" l. so called because It (Ires n shell which weighs three pounds, aud a gun llrlug a five pound fehell would bo called a "five pounder." The size ot uwt smajl guns is still described by tho "pound." but tho majority of large guns made in UiU today are "Inch" weapons the size ot the gun Is obtained from the size of Its bore, a ten Inch gun having a bore of ton Inches In diameter and a twelve Inch weapon u twelve Inch bore The largest Ilritlsh naval guns In ue at present lire the tlftceu inch weapon. They Jlre a projectile weighing almost a ion Next to these cuiiies ilio i:i.." gnu and then the most iwpuiar weapon or all the twelve inch, which II res mi KV) pound nueil. There are several smaller kinds of guns now in use mostly or the quick firing type These weapous are "Ineli" guns The six Inch, the 1.7 Inch and the four inch are nil quick firers and tbtow shells wclghlug 100 pounds, pounds live pounds and thirty-on- e respectively. Quite u lot of people misunderstand the term "quick flrer." Tliey Imagine a quick firing gun to be a weapon which pours out a stream of shot with enormous speed after the style ot a instead, however, it is Just Mnxlm. an ordinary broechloadlng cun. which is fitted with such vnstly improved methods or loading aud aiming that It can he fired rar more rapidly than a weapon without those fittlugs. A gun that fires u number of shots automatically In rapid succession, as the Muxtm. is not called n quick llrer. The name given to It Is "machine gun." There are a large range or these weapons of all sizes and firing from 1,200 right down to forty rounds ot ammunition a minute. The gun which generally nccompa-nle- s a column into the field on active service tires a shell of sixty pounds and Is known as the "live inch." or, to use tho old term, a "sixty pounder." I'enrsou's Weekly, forty-- . IN MARCHING ARMIES NAVAL GUN CREWS Warm Work Is Theirs When Warship Is In Action. RANGE FINDING AND NOISES HIGH UP THE AIR. 3 For Infantry Fifteen Miles Is a Good Day's Work. a i t, HORSES MAKE TWENTY MILES FIRING. M T m- - -- ut to Do Thl Day After Day Requires Good Artillery Stock and Almost Perfect Conditions The Pace For Soldiers In Various Countries. The Infantry p:ico varies In ilotnll In the nrnilcsi of thu nations. It vnric not only In luiiRtli of tcp. but In of Btcp.t to the minute, nmt each nntlou. of course, thinks its own step In the boot. One peculiar step, known ns the "parade march." or "BOo-step." Is lined at times by Gorman soldiers. No oth er nrmy has a step similar to It. The German gotiso step consists In throw ing out l he lex without the knees, nnd It Is used only on ceremonial occasions, in chaneiuR guard and when a detachment of men pass on officer of high rank. The rnto of march of a detachment of Infantry In active service depends on many factors. Including the size of tho marching liody or the length of llir column, the training, physical condition and spirit of tho troops, the road and the weather. Two and u half miles an hour nnd hT teen iiiIIi-- n day Is a good average for Ecasoucd Infantry carrying, or course, field equipment. Seasoned troops In good spirits and spurred by the prospect of action may be deMndcd on to do much better thau this when the situation requires It, but when an Infantry division or even a brigade han moved over fifteen miles of road in one day It has done u day's work. Stonewall Jackson's "foot cavalry of the valley" now and then covered for ty miles In one march, but it was Infnntry. Id some of the press reports from war It was given the out that on occasion large bodies of Japanese infantry covered fifty miles of road in a day and night and came up on the tiring line fresh enough to shoot. Hut a great many prodigies were accredited to Japanese troops in that war. It has long been u saying among military men of countries other than France that the Trench foot soldier has the best legs in Europe, and the mobility of an army depends on its feet nnd legs. Infantry Is ns good as its feet. An Infantryman who can march and shoot is worth a coglmenl of men who straggle, bunt shade, pant for water, develop blisters on the feet and keep their ours pricked up only for mess call, skk call and recall. In the American nrmy the length of the full step In quick time is thirty Inches, measured 'from heel to heel. and the cadence is at the rate of 120 steps to the minute. At 120 steps to the minute the soldier marches U.GOO inches a minute, which equals 100 yards. And marching 100 yards a minute he will march C.000 yards In one hour, or three nnd nine twenty seconds of a mile n little under throe and n half miles. They do not do this practi.ally because time must be taken out for rest. The British Infantry stop is thirty- Inches, the longest of f one and all the steps. Gvrinany keeps step with Switzerland, each doing thirty Inches one Inches, while twenty-ninIs the pace of the armies of Italy. France and Austria. The Russians take the shortest step, twenty-sevef Inches and' only do 112 and la. a minute. The Germap Infantryman does 1H. the Auttrlau U.'t uud the French and Itillan each manage 120 Conxequcutly. to march a mile takes the KusmIuii twenty minutes, the Auss minutes, trian elghteou aud the French uud Italian eighteen min ntes. while the German could beat this by ten or eleven seconds. A fair day's march for n battery or .Srattnllon or reglmeujl of Held artillery Is twenty miles, but to make this day after day on the ustinl American roml without killing the tjorses not only requires good artillery' stock with some warm blood In theitj arteries, but per feet fitting harness and drivers who have home native intelligence nnd Into whom discipline has been hammered The usual practice In the light artillery la to march for fifty minutes aud halt and rcM teu minutes. During that Test, which Is mainly In the Interest of the horses, collars arc opened and laid back so hat u horse's shoulder intij bo relieved And copied, and. of course, the limber props are let down that the weight of the pole may bo taken off the necks of the) wheelers. Spokane e Ilusso-.Iapaiiee one-hale n one-haltwo-third- How the Target or the Enemy Is Located and tho Way tho Monntor Gun Are Operated The Scone In tho Conning Tower and In the Turret. Spokes man-ltevle- London Earthquakes. i t ' ill 111) Mf has not altogether escaped the ravages of earthquakes. In I'elirn ory and March or "M Londoners wer startled out of their wits by h terrlllc The people were mi alarmed 6h0ck that thousands fnent the night parad ing the strecU h( a stale of frantic ter ror, and Hyde pnrU was crowded with campers out, tlts more daring whlllug away me noiira uy piayiug cuius vy London caiidlclfchL l , , Flimsy, The gray battleship seems .strangely deserted nnd bare, for her decks are denuded of men, while nit rails and other upstanding encumbrances have been laid fiat on deck for big gun practice. In the conning tower, with Its twelve Inch armor, stands tho captain, bis navigating ofllcer, a midshipman or twit and several other olllccrs and men. The small circular erection, Imioly ton jVi-- t in diameter, seems very cramped for all It has to contain. A note the conning tower Is another armored erection, containing a rangu finder, and Inside this Is the gunnery lieutenant, with half a dozen more olllcers and men. He Is surrounded by strange looking Instruments, while thu man ut the range Under, wltli his eyes at Its rubber eyepieces. Is monotonously chanting oat tho distance of the approaching target. Inside tho turrets themselves the expectant men are grouped i. round their monster thirteeu Inch guns. The groat projectiles and the cordite charges behind them have already been pushed homo by the hydraulic rammers, and. since their weapon's arc tints fully loaded, the guns' crews are Idle for tur time being. P.utthegun layers the men who aim nnd fire the guns and the trainers those who keep them pointing in the right direction are anxiously keeping tho sights on the" target, nnd every now nnd then, us they move their email brass handles, there Is n wheezing of hydraulic machinery, and tile great breeches rise and fall ever so slightly. while the whole armored structure containing them revolves an Inch or so nt a time to keep the sights on. A minute or two later, after an order has come through from the control position, the lieutenant In charge of the foremost turret suddenly raps out the order, "llrlng both guns to the ready!" The men .standing by the breeches Papal Sermons Rare. Strange aro tho restrictions which flick over their small levers, "lllght bodge nbout n pope, nnd one of the gun ready! Left gun ready!" they restrangest Is that he should not be al port In rapid succession. lowed to nreach. Only once In .'100 The range meanwhllo Is decreasing years has n pope delivered a sermon, rapidly, and about ten seconds later nnd that was under exceptional clrenm there comes the strident rattling of an stances In l&lll. On the Octave of the electric bell. It Is the signal to open fire. The gun Eplphnny n celebrated preacher. I'.idre Ventura, was to have occupied the pul- layer holds his breath, sees the cross-wire- s of his telescope ciittltii; the latpit lu St. Peter's, but was suddenly taken 111. To prevent disappointment ticework of the target and then presses to the vast crowd which had assem- an Innocent looking brass thumb piece. bled Plus IX. broke through the cus- As lie does so there Is a roar, and. with tom of ages and, ascending the pulpit, a blaze of orange (lame and u pall of delivered u simple, homely sermon that brown smoke, a projectile weighing perhaps Impressed its hearers more more than half n ton is sailing through than the finest eloquence might have the air on its way toward the target Outside the turret the concusIon Is done, because of Its uniqueness. Lonterrible, but inside It Is barely felt, and don Chronicle. the only means the gun's crew have of knowing their weapon has gone off is Ireland Called Many Names. In the time of Ptolemy Ireland was by tlie rocking of tho turret and the known ns Scotia. Olodoius Slculus recoil of the gun. Hack she slides, calls the Island Irs or lrisl: lu the "Do with tho water whistling aud gurgling Miindo," credited by some scholars to through the hydraulic valves far be Aristotle. It Is called Ireiiue; In the low. She stops and then, as the run"Argouautlca of Oipheus" It appears ning out springs exert their strength, as trlntis; Strabo calls it Irene; Caesar. is driven back to the llrlng iwsltlon. Tho men meanwhile are working Tacitus and Pliny mention it us Mela called It Juverua The like demons. Some one, by moving n native names In Col tic are Ir. Ert'aud small lever which actuates a hydraulic Erin. Plutarch mentions it under the engine, has opened the breech. A cloud name of Ogygia. The name Ireland is of acrid cordlto smoke fills the turret, no doubt derived from the native of but another man, turnlug a tap. sends Ir or Erl, but when It came Into gen- a Jet or water spouting Into the chameral use Is a question concerning which ber to extinguish uny still burning fragments. scholars arc much ut variance. Everything seems chaos, but every one knows whut to do ho has done The Poor Beneficiary. It time nfter time nnd in less than Some nations were fighting fiercely. "V'hy are you lighting soV" Inquired thirty seconds we hear a sharp order, "Night gun, load!" the bvatunders, moved at length to A man moves an upright lever, and curiosity. an arrangement looking like u minia"To save civilization," replied the na- ture lift climbs. Into view through tho tions severally. floor. It has come up from the shell Here u draggled figure rose from the room below laden with the new chargo mire under tho feet of the combatants and projectile uud stops dead in tho and limped lamely away. rear of tho gun. "And who are you?" asked the byIteposlug In a standers, with a deposition to get to Another lover is tray is tho shot itself. worked, and a flexible the bottom of the matter. chain hydraulic rammer, looking like a "Don't speak to me! I'm Civiliza- snake, darts out of Its resting place nnd tion!" the figure imide ntiswer. some- pushes the shot before It Into tho what pettishly. New York Post breech of tho gun. It Is driven home with a dull thud. Wasted Effort. Tho rammer is withdrawn, another Peter Thompson went to visit his son handle Is pulled and two enormous In Montreal, It wus tils first vUlt to brown cylinders of cordite fall Into the city, and the young man sbowisl tho tray Just vacated by the projectile. him nil the slslits. concluding with, an They, too. are rammed home, and bet ascent of Mount lloyal. lu a burstlof fore we quite realizo what has ban- iilltllllcl'lum ..wu I'ltlllirf 1'llitlttliLtsiti r.im . ,.w. ..,.-- ., urttrt. ...i....-..,,,.- .. ,., ,,...:. .. ,! ...i ' '"'""" """ u,s,,i'-there- " "See. father, isn't It wonderful down T" penred. tho breach of tho gun has been I.ouie "WW said his father. "If It's 0 img "r and the great weapon is """ ninriirflll flmvn llii.ro whnt illil rim """ In tho (Ire control position the gun- Crag nio up hero for';" Everybody's. aery lieutenant has seen the first shot tear a Jagged hole In the target nnd Salute of the Sword, promptly whispers mi order to n man The sword salute of military officers has two meanings. The first position, it his side. The latter moves a small with the hilt opposite the hips. Is a sur- handle, uud thirty beconds later there vival of the crusader's action of kiss. Is another discharge. In uboiit ten minutes it Is nil over Ing the cross hilt of his sword hi token of faith, and the lowering of the kiiu ind tho ship Is approaching" the target Is a tokeu of friendship. Implying that to see (he result of her shooting. Lon-io- n Answers. It Is not necessary to bo on guard. ! I Where an Echo le Louder Than the Sound That Produced It. To cause the echo of a sound to be loader than the sound that caused It seems an Impossibility, but under certain conditions this can Itnppcn. and the echo Is sometimes many times greater In sound volume than the original noise that produced It. This happens away up In the nlr. For Instance. If an aviator Is. say, 1,000 or 2.000 feet uboie ground and some one on the ground tires n revolver there U n brief time when nothing Is heard. The aviator can see the smoke from the muzzle of the revolver, then wait n little, then the sound comes to him. not like the sharp report of a revolver, but more like a quick peal of thunder, loud and sharp and really several times greater In sound volume thnii the uetual report of the revolver. Tho calico of this Is that the air Is much more dense, while up above It Is lighter, and there are no hills and trees and buildings to help inn II! e the sound, so It tomes up on sound waves with Increasing noise. Having no solid background around nnd nbout the aviator, the rebound of tlie sound wnves is greater up there than on the ground. It Is said ft man In a balloon may lower nu explosive on n cord several hundred feet below his basket and set It off with n n electric wire nnd battery. There Is a sharp little "crack" like the report of a llobert ride; thetr comes the most terrifying noise, like a great burst of thunder, the loudest ever heard. The actual explosion did not make anywhere near this amount of nole. hut the nlr being much more dense below causes the lino of least resistance to be straight up, and so the sound waves expand mightily In an upward direction, increasing the sound. Hostoti Hera hi. lo-lo- VUVlUU TJXXXN;CSXVNXX;iVSZVVS?C .TIio Kind Tort Havo Always Bought, ami which lias been in uso for over SO years, Jkw homo tho slfrnatiiro of and has heemimnomulor his pcr- 1&ffl?-1- ? , eonal stipcnislon slnco its infancy. All Counterfeits, Imitations Allow no ono lo dei'ci vo yon in thLs, " aro hut and" Just Experiments that trlllo with nndeniloiiKcr thu health of Infants and Children Experience) against Experiment. Y, s-good I ftoric, Drops Castor OH, Cnstorla is a linnnlcss substitute nnd Soothing Syrups. It is jMcnsnnt. It contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Narcotic rmbstnncc. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays FovcrJshncss. It cures Diarrhoea uud "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and IJorrcls, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Cliildrcn's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA Paro for GENUINE CASTORIA Boars the Signature of ALWAYS OcLtm Iff TMt CCNTAVH COMPANY TV 0 laJgJafy TBfCT. The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over MURRAY 30 Years. CITY NEW YORK COST OF A THUNDERBOLT. In What It Vould Take Kilowatts and Cash to Mako One. A ltelgiau engineer has been making a novel calculation, which he publishes in the liulletiii de lu Soclete Itelge d'Astrouomle. It is nothing less than the value of a thunderbolt lu kilowatts uud In cash! lie took as the basis of his calculation the price that the electric plants of great European cities charge their customers for current. Measurement of the magnetism of certain locks containing iron ore, he says, proves that the electric current which magnetized them must have had a strength of at least C.OUO amperes. In reality the strength of the current must have been much greater, since the rocks were at u considerable distance from the spot at which the thunderbolt fell. However, one must be conservative In treating of such mnt- ters. and tlie modest figure of 27.800 kilowatts may tie taken us fairly correct. The lowest price at which current can be supplied Industrially when obtained under the most favorable conditions that Is to say. by hydraulic kw-er- la one-fiftof a cent per kilowatt. So the minimum value of n thunderbolt would be $.".!(). Hut the author notes that in ftnW-sels- . where he lives, the price of Is 10 cents a kilowatt. This Is the price of current for ordinary household use In Xew York. At this figure a thunderbolt would come to $2,b80. As the price of electricity varies very widely In different cities, according to the conditions under which It Is produced, every one can calculate for himself what It would cost to produce n tliundc.rbolt lu the city In which be h elec-'triclt- y ATA TKYSEa w rwiTLAknAu ym . itrMvkV aT,nA RV4.tr ir wAg-fl- FMchrRGBtt nas: &m rim m tt&gXPIULZl Ji WHUte&& TTSisnraAFiOT "TTAr;, - w- w .UJlf-- B IcS -- l i III I EL Lscat:J or American on Pennsylvania 7 6 IDEAL Aeniis, 18th ar.d II Ctrcets. Waihincton'o Vltwcn Hotel, blocks of tlie Executive Manpublic tliops, theater-.- , to visitors anil 'ounits. Room, t!.c Lcauliful Palm Court, I'ip. Ornan tonly one of its Orchestra of a superfine order, apnmiatcd by ro!.atan cucsts. arc attractions Rooms with detached batli, $1.50, S2.00 and up. , Xsciei with private tr.0, $2.59, $3M and up. "ytt'ile for toJ.l:t with rrapX ., lilcilly situated, VatMn two sion, cnlv a cimrt vail: to the points of historical intercit Giiit Indian The famous the delightful Tea ISoora, Crawl kind in Washington), and an in J rf ' CLIFFORD : M. Minrg.ir. LEWIS, . ch! vl Cb!lrsv t Aik for kcUt U'xtnrr for trlJal Cehph I, (Xi;tsoIu3j, TbutUl rtrUe. !fOMEM T'Tt"'"'' miPlP- lailt rif pi mi Mi mi Hi ...-.- - $3.00 ONE YEAR $1.75 SIX MONTHS .H llves.-N- ew York World. Dancing as an Art. "As a pastime dancing Is cnpablo of becoming the most potent influence In favor of national health and beauty that America ever had." declares Troy Kinney lu the Century. "As an art It is a vehicle not one shudo less eloquent than painting, music, drama or literature. Ballet pantomime. In fact, combines the resources of these, adding, for any one attuned to line harmony, n supiemely poetic message of Its own. It bexnues an obligation to consider means by which the present magnificent beginnings of a national chorcg-raph- y inny be conserved." Courier-Journ- al Daily By Mail (NOT SUNDAY) During Januray AND T .,. Request or a Warning? Mrs. K. was on n visit to her parents nnd wrote the following card to her next door neighbor at home: "Dear Mrs. G.: Will you do mo n favor while I inn avuj ? Will vou put out a little food on our back porch every day or so fo the llttl tramp cat I have been feeding lately) Thr eat will eat almost nnythlng. hut please dc not put yourself ouL"-Lud- Ies Home Journal. A February Only Regular Annual Bargain Period Limited to These Two Months. Test. "When T wants to be plumb satisfied In muh mind dat n slstah has done been converted and not dess merely pollyfoxln' to be pop'lar." confessed age old Parson Hngster. "I takes tier' husband to one side and tells film lo let a wet dog Into de parlor de tust time It rains." Judge. A Just One-Ha- lf the Regular Price i Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only when sent through Agent in this regular Courier-Journdistrict, al toulgbtr "Why aren't you going to the ball "I have n cold." "you can vyrup up well." 'I know, f,tnt I don't think my ball Kowu would stand u sneeze." Washington Uerultl. 8ltnpl diitv nU no place for fear. O. tybjttkir. night A Wet, Blanket. Proof. Hokus I never Knew such n wet "Her father thinks a great deal of blanket ns Kluhdub. I'okus That & right If that fellow should lump troni ru." Mnuh! lie refused me her hand in the frying pan into the tire lie would fcarrlugo!" put the fire That proves ifHouston Post , out-r-Llf- One Drawback. "What's the matter, old man?" "I was out lust nlcht where u lot of my friends repeatedly suug that I was a jolly good fellow." "Weren't you?" "I guess I wus, all right. Mit I can't pet my wife to believe it." Chicago Heruld. Mrs, Green- Do you ever flatter yonr bushimd? Mrs. Wys-e- Yes. I sometimes ask tils ndvlce ubout thing. Hoston Transcript. - : COURIER-JOURNA- L K-- . ' ' COMPANY, Louisville, Kentucky. DH Her Flattery. waking mercy, but sln qitikt not speak loo Inmj for tear ot fa Jiwtlce.-Juubcrt. Lenity npurt of To try things oft nnd never to give Irer doth wonders. Lord Uacou. I , i The Herald Is Cheap at a Dollar a Ya. rVk'i n? nY ri -- &&&'& "Tff 'rr,T TtI fTt rtir UAOTmpn WPP At H P W& TKINRDAY, JAX, , llff. .ne Hartjora tienu: KILLED IN THE TRENCHES. t &&&&&&W&&W&1ffB&&&&Rfr&& & Fata of Ona of the Founders of the Bank of England. WHYAHORSESHOE IS DEEMED Gil Origin Of This Old Thcor; Is Given. DEVIL HAS MJffll ill li Old Nick Has Remembered His Promise For Nearly Thousand Years. ST. IHW'STAN' .SHOD T1IIJ 1KVIIj All w t: k Vf lv i :i; j i H . superstitious people know liorseshoo nailed over a door w ill keep out mil and bring good fortune; that a miniature liorsoshoo Morn as a watch "charm" or sustho pended from a chain around neck Is Inflnltoly "lucky," and that n lloral liorsoshoo forms a part of Tho tint decorations for festivities. is well ffflency of tho liorsealioc known and can no more he doubted qualities of than the tiit rlfilit hind foot of a rabbit caught In u graveyard at midnight during "tho dark of tho mooli." Whllo only a fnw Iconoclasts will deny the luck of tho horsoshoe, not lu.iny of oven the men ardent devo- thm: "lie died a bachelor, much lamented tees of that rharni know how or magical properties. by all his friends, relations and no hy it Rained Its qualntances for his integrity, his It was' St. Dunstan, tho blacksmith, knowledge and the sweetness of his (tad th( patron of all Smiths, who manners." Pearson's Weekly. inndo tho horseshoe lucky. St. Dunstan was nn Anglo-Saxo- n SILENCED THE DUKE. who lived In tho tenth cpntury. Ho entered the lJenedlc-tln- e Ludwig Barnay, tho Actor, Put a Crimp order at an early age, nnd when In His Royal Critic. l'ot engaged in religious duties he The Duke of who year, will be wis omployed as a blacksmith. One died In his eighty-eight- h Jy ho was tolling away at the remembered as tin enthusiastic suporge, thinking doubtless of heavenly porter of the drama. In this connec'ilngs, who'n a shadow fell athwart tion nn amu!ng story was told by Ludwig Barnay, the actor. In his ;o doorway. The saint looked ui Barnay was ploying at memoirs. ,nd whom did he see? Tho doill-n- o Meluhigen In the role of Hamlet. The lets! performance bad begun nnd trumpets Ounstan, serono in his piety and were ushering In the king and prince faith, was not in the least afraid of for the second scene. The advance of who, according to all ac- the procession was checked by a loud . bin visitor, counts, looked very much like au "Unit!" from the stalls. It was the t ordinary, sine thut he had horns, a duke, who had entered unnoticed and proceeded to amend tho performance. a iall and cloron hoofs. The blnck-nmlt- h "That's not tho way to do it! In Inquired of His Satanic stead of a salvo of trumpets you must tho occasion of the dubious piny the Danish national anthem. And honor ho had pn,ld him, and tho the king and prince shouldn't come on ' l'rlnco of Evil replied that lie had together: they haven't met yet!" "Nonsense!" murmured Barnay. been traveling bo long and so far 'that his hoofs had become sore and Unfortunately lie was overheard. "And, pray, why i.s it nonsense. M. louder, and ho desired to have horse- Barnay?" put on them. Dunstan agreed shoes The nctor explained that, according to do tho job, aud ho made it a3 to the text. Hamlet and tho Mug had painful as possible for Old Nick. Tho already met outside. "M. (Irabowsky." called tho duke to del 11 bellowed and roared in rage, but Dunstan was very strong and the producer, "continue as M. Bnrnny wishes. He Is quite livht. I never refuted to let go of ills hoofs until mind acknowledging a mistake!" tho Uvil Ono had promUed that ho The piece proceeded. When the playwould never enter any house, where ers' scene was reached and Barnay tho was reciting the actor's part, with n liorseshoo was nulled abovo door, uor. molest any porson who "Aeneas' Tale to Dido," ho bpokc the lines hesitatingly. carried a liorseshoo charm. "M. Barnay." interpo-i- d the duke, Tills legend accounts fully for th0 to "why did j ou 'Jollier those lines so good fortune that Is supposed attach to a horseshoe, but It raises badly?" "Because an interesting question. Satan sire, but onlyHauilet Is not an actor, it it amateur!" promised to respect tho liorsoshoo "But Polonlus his acting!" ns a sacred talslman, but tho efflcacy "Ah, your highness," unsuvcri'd Barof the charm rests solely on a nay, "but then'Polonlous was a courpromise given by tho author of all tier, and courtiers find everything that do lie. It was nearly a thousand princesdukemarvelous!" laughed heartily aud Inter The years ago that tho devil entered Into compact, which Is a long tlnio uiptcd no more that day. that for oven tho best of folks to rememWonders of Naturo. ber a promise. "Charley, dear," haid young Mis. Tor-kln"you have no Idea how Instruc' CHRISTMAS Githf.ilXGS tive and Interesting It Is to go to " DKOI'I'KD XO HOMUS "What's lutf resting jou now?" "The provisions that nature makes Dunkirk, Franco, January 3. A paid a visit to for our comfort. It occurred to me German airman week this momln; thut we should be so Christmas Dunkirk during removing the nhell from thankful but lio dropped no bombs onl an egg Is that much mi easier than remov-lu- g poacoful Christmas greetings. the nhell from an oyster." WashJ Us trip ington Star. hazardous somewhat from the German lines was undertaken at the roquo3t of a Prussian Why She Prized It. At :t whist patty an unmarried lady Colonel who wanted to know wherr his son, killed at Solssons, was bur-la- won a conflation prize which proved to bo a small dressed doll in male atTho parcel of letters and cardp tire. Unwrapping the toy, the donor which tho ulator dropped luto tho discovered that tho head hud been broken off. jprJnclpu! hquuro of tho city con"Never mind!" exclaimed tho recipitained u letter asking Tor this Infor- ent, good natiiredly. "I will prize 'It mation, together with letters fron all the more on that nceount. It's tho several French alrnfun, prisoners In Urst man that ever lost his head over nu In all my life." the hands of tho Germans. Tho cards wero signed by tho avAn Invitation. iator himself and boro tho conven"What would you do if tho boat werv tional grcotlngs of tho season, together with a messago that ho had to 6lnk. Mary?" can't swim, to I'd Just liavo to boon led to undertake tho inlss'ou throw my arms around jour neck and by his ulmlratlon for tho gallantry huug ou for dear life." captured French airmen. of tho "Mary, I do believe the boat Is ' Momborshlp In Bins' canning club States has In fourteen Southern Made Very Clear. Tommy Pop, which Is correct "l reached. 30.000 according to a report of tho General Kducatlo shall" or. "I will?" Tommy's Pop- -It Hoard of Hie Rockefeller Foundatlor depends on the sox, my son. A man says "I shall," and a woman says "I in Noyv York, that .1 luck-bringiMa-1-ty s, mar-Uet.d. .Patterson, n Scottish farmer, was the founder of London's groat Institution In Threndneedlo street, the Ilnnk of Hnglund. Ills plan for n national bank wiw submitted to the government In USUI, but it was not till three years Inter that the chanrcllor of the exchequer, Mr. Montague, and .Mr. Michael (Jodfrey, ono of the richest merchants In Iomloii, put the scheme Info operation. At this time Kiigliiiitl was nt war with France, and Godfrey, r, who wns the bank's llrst deputy left his peaceful occupation to bevisit Xnmur. then being i Igorou-dsieged by the Ungllsli forces under William III. Godfrey had undertaken this perilous Journey In order to consult the Mng respecting the supply of money to the a rmy necessary to curry on tin war. Thinking Hint the safest place would naturally be somewhere near his majesty, Michael ventured Into the trciuhes and soon caught the eye of the king. "Mr. Godfrey," said William gravely, "I think you ought not lo utii this risk. Yon are a civilian nnd can bo of no use here." "True." courteously replied Mr. Godfrey, "but 1 inn no more c.posed than your majesty." "Yet." returned the king, "I am In my duty, nnd therefore have a more reasonable claim to preservation." At this moment a cnunun ball, tired from the ramparts, struck Michael Godfrey and killed him Instantly. affected WilThis sad event gre-ttlliam, and he commanded tho body lo be taken to Tngland, where It was laid to rest In St. Swlthlu's church, near the Hank of England. In the church roc memory Is honored ords Godf-".v- 's "Willlnm Kov-erno- rfiil-&&&&&G&G&&&WG& Wr LWPPfHC 1tIHU - V J m ZT5e Ccpynsat Hart Schaffncr Home of HAKt SCHAFFNER. & M4RX Good. Clothes DdHfehD tz Man As we heartily bid farewell to the .old year, we extend cordial greeting to the new, along with best wishes for happiness and prosperity for everybody. As . ' the results of the old year are now recorck of the past, let us forget our trials 1'J) I i S' and disappointments and turn with renewed st;ength and energy to the tasks and duties that confront us. Let us go about our work with willing hands, loyal hearts and smiling faces, 'Let us be true to ourselves and all mankind, and ever ready to or rightly direct a misguided intellect. encourage a failing-hea- rt s V m v We Greet Our Customers With a solemn promise that no better service can be given than we propose to give; that no better Merchandise can be had at the price than we will furnish; that nothing is too good for our customers, and that our efforts to give the best . is; Merchandise at the best prices shall be prosecuted vigorously during the New Yearof 1915. As usual we expect to add quite a number of New Customers to our 1915 list and we greet those that are not our customers and extend to them a special invir ta'ion to join a happythrong of satisfied customers. V" 0 tfi We wish you all a happy New Year. & E. P. BARNES & BRO., Beaver Dam, Kentucky. tho salad dressing, occasionaly giving a look, of love and satisfaction at John, who so far had earned several bouquets for his deportment. A trim . ltttlo maid capped and nprouod In white entered tho dlning-root- n carrying a large dish on which wero half a dozen trout with that porfect brown which epicures rave over, tho flsh garnished with dell-clobroiled mushrooms on bits of toast nnd both to bo (served with parsley butter. "This Is going somo," said John as ho roso from his chair, a large flsh knlfo In his hand and looked inquiringly ut his wlfo, who seemed to at once understand tho unspoken question, replying, "Yes, they are both kinds." Turning to his guest, John said; "Will you havo tho little dam flsh or tho big clam fish?" 'Sir!" said tho minister in a tono of surprise. "Johnl" exclaimed Suslo. Looking a trifle bewildered nnd some fearing ho bad committed crlmo, John gazed over the tablo and seeing nothing amiss, returned to his duties of carving. "Would you kindly state your preference Mr. Minister," said John In calm ovon tono, "In other words, which Would you ljko the big dam llsh or tho little dam flsh?" "Oh, John! Johnl You ought tr bo ashamed of yourself," sild Suslo A;, trifle excited, his color becoming somewhat florid, John again ea- us fe$&&&$ O ooooooooooooooo FISH KTOIir. A OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO "John, dear, I have Invited tho mlnlbtcr to dinner this cvonlng. I want you to bo real nlco to him, as nlco as you can bo when you try." "You can count on mo, Susie," said her husband; "I will bo regular sugar plums perfumed with eau do what time does tho old cologne; duffor arrive?" "Now that's just what makes mo unhappy, you are. so careless of your lunguago. Ho Is no old duffor; he Is a regillarly ordained proacher, John." "I'm sure glad to hear that, Suslo, ho mlgh't huvo been ono of those ehai3 thut are devoted to religious melancholy, the kind that nro only happy when they nro mlsorablo; anyhow, I'm game for this time, you Just watch mo do tho honors. Wlat ou tolng to give htm for his eats?" "As It is Friday l' thought a few tirolled llsh would bp nice with a rult salad preceded by acup of igbt soup, nnd to bo followed by a 'cssort of swoots." "Just flue: you belter order tho ish from both pools, us many peoplo Iko the flsh from the little dam, but ' really think tho big dum trout uro f finer flavor," Record. Tho dinner hour arrived, tho providing for tho sale on A docroo euld Jaamry 4 of the tissots of tho H Into each life some rain must fall, i Inistor hadplace, grace and was of honor, tho cup was signed b but don't magnify every shower lulv oatrd In thu 11, Clafliu Company f bullion was .saisoned Just right, Judge Hand in the Fodoral Court In I clouiburst. while Suslo, busied herself preparing NOW York. sayed hospitality. "I beg your pardon, but I would be glad to know which of these, lish you would prefer the dam little flsh o"r tho big dam flsh." This time Suslo really shrieked. "I don't know what all of this excitement Is about," said John, "but I'll give you a pointer; If you want olthor of these dam flsh you want to say so now." Jim Henry says it is just such things that keops tho Crittenden county Circuit Court calendar full D. c. It. In Louis-vlll- o of divorce suits. Times. O ti O O O O O O O O O'o w O O O KKSOLUTIONS OF llESl'fcVT. O 0000000.0 0000000 i J i wlll."-Pbllde!- pbla Whereas, It had pleased the Grand Architect of the lnlvorse In Ills wisdom to Call from earth to heaven our beloved brother's wife, Mrs. O. O. Petty, vvhose sweet and pure lifo will never-bforgotton by those who know fesr. The community has lost one 6fT Its most beloved sisters and feeling' tho loss' of this beloved sister, we Join in sorrow at lor untimely death,' Resolved, That wo extend to her husband, children,' Relatives and Gvat Weekly at a Low Price. friends our heartfelt sympathy for Tho Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer tho loss of a'wlfel mother and paper recently trans-ornie- friend departed, and remind them i twelve-png- o Into the size and appearance that our loss is God's gain, and that of a dally, will bo furnished in con- sho only passed to a reward of all nection with tho Hartford Herald Ills faithful servants. i't only $1.35 for tho two papers. Resolved, That a pago bo set This price stands good on renewals ubMo In our records nnd theso resofor Tho Herald. 'Hie Wookly lutions placed tbersett, a copy 'bo g is an ideal newspaper', Eont to tier family anct a. copy prtet a big variety of reading and od In tho Hartford Herald aud HrM 's especially sultod to tho farming ).J. 1.1, 'I J turu iiuttuuiicuu, O, omiiifi insKPs. it is "Democratic and J. C. M1TCWBLL,' Tills Is certainly a low DR. J. A. riUPP, orlco for a lot of good rpad-nJAS. M, HARRISON,' r. I. O. O, V. Lodge No. 34, Dundee. Kentucky. Mr. D, U. Trout, of near Crotn-w-- n who has ben very HI, was One bandit was killed land anotk thought to be a little .bettor yester-la- y er seriously woqnded afternoon, old veteran of the CI l Bar. The poet wears Ms hair long be- ho was attacked In Talda re In St. I cause there Is no short out to fanq. KUUIB, ' d Kn-lulr, o. g. i ,Jif. 70-ye- wn t