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No. 24 'i crated against the Republican victory this year? Prlmnrlly, n lack of ncrvo and confidence In the ability of the party to win in the face COME BACK of the receding Progressive party, tin.l v....., -- .. ...... ,....,. unnntwllt, n fllaltiMInn t Inn nil tlin (part of Republicans to attack the ad Mexican policy McKinley Says They Will ministration's In every State and anil tongs. district, where the Republicans hit Now Solidify. hard, as, for instance, New York, hnni-nrt- T "See What Santa Brought Me!" PROHIBITION Constitutional Amendment Fails of Vote. Two-Thirds V I) X , Connecticut Pennsylvania, Ohio and Illinois wo won tremendous Congressmen Will Make Ics. Somehow, wo have acquired the habit of fighting with silk gloves. Great Improvement j Our Democratic friends, like Champ Clark, when they fight the Republic- ' Next Body. uso sledge hammer blows. i ait party, They don't use a bean shooter. "Another thing which operated Washington, D. ('. Former Rep- against our success were the repeatresentative William II. McKinley, for ed statements by our own party men Naseveral years Chairman of tho war, we Congressional that If It wero not for the Republican tional could beat the Democrats. Also there reCommittee, and who has been were business men who were mighty elected to tho next Congress, who Is present conan In- , anxious for relief from In tin. city on a brief visit, In ditions, but who could not see how terview wild: ' It was possible to win agaluht a com"I Relievo that the next Congress bination of war, President Wilson Republican party. Among the new and the Progressive party. Yet a Congressmen elected are many ablo change of five votes in each precinct will witness the solidifying of the In less than eighteen districts would young legislators. and txpcrlenced have given us the House. They will find tho older members Tariff Disgusts Farmers. disposed to who h.ive been returned "There is no question but that the to cIia thnm everv oDDortunttV participate actively in the work and farners generally are disgusted with There the committeeships. Those of us who the Underwood Tariff Dill. among Browing dissatisfaction '8 ere left at homo In 1912 appreciate eadershlp of Representative working men. The business men of hc splen- Jair.es R. Mann. Under his leader- - ' coui.tr' Justly admire the ",J Personality of President Wilson, Hhlp In tho next Congress all cle- ments of the party and all Represen- - u"t they now realize the failure of ,aw- Added t0 thelr trou" tativos. young and old. will be treat- - " - "'ff ln nf nnrtnolnnr fnAiifiJ 1.1..nan " "" ul "U"""U6 ,M,"'M disposl- - ""- fairly. Thore will be no tax and banking tlon on the part of the returning Incident to the war ,.. ,,,n,i.nra nt measures, ,.. Huslnebs men v. no our- ..i.i niiw VlUti UllMi ,i. uiu itwt iiiviiiwbiw were in- the present Congress, to take away '" September and October belonging to the kilned to believe that the depression any or the laurels ,.. i, i,n nn,i fnnel.t for existing thruout.the country should bet- the Republican party during the dark e attributed to the war. know r now. ino iaisu 01 ims uc.no-(b- o days since 1912. The attempt of Democratic party to create an cr.at,c claim Is shown by the 'Statement of tho Bureau of For-pnrwithin tho Republican Domestic Commerce of the men are re- - ' because the older scnl Administration, which sots On turning Is doomed to failure tremendous Increase for the the other hand. I expect to see a "rtl' great deal of Insurgency crop out In e" nntli!i Jst e"ded- - We are. nt war wlth Australia, or Drazil or tho Democratic party." or Cl,1)a or ollant1' 'et the baN "It is too 'early to venture a ... .m i, nnmin!..i mice of trade with these countries is i. for President in 191G. One thing eainst us. Nor has war interfered ur buslnesa with Argentina, Is certain, there will bo more wl,lc1' lfi '""easing Its Imports Into vorite sons" In the race than ever stands to reason, parly l'lM country. It tlu-'3before. Tho Republican ,mDorts ,nt ca,,,t brlK rich In material, and this putting will have M coun"y :m,out restricting the forward of "favorite sons" lay- the a splendid effect upon the party as ttrwnff ofnni n factories, without Mint ! " c""' """ """ fnt mnltr nin n """ orglnlzatlon. a "favorite , " "" ""-When n you lay oft you create at least five v.on" Is put forward, the Republican complaining voters. leaders of the Stato will eliminate dissatisfied and "When a good Democrat, like NorActional fights on Congressmen, Is quoted as beginning to with the result that the State will man Mack champion a protection policy as a be In better condition from the party standpoint than if oneof two lead- relief for the bad times, and when Baldwin of Coning contestants for the Presidential men like Governor open necticut urge amendments to the tarnomination tore tho State wide iff bill, even the Wilson business nl the primaries." going to he sen- men began to admit that the Under"Republicans are wood tariff Is responsible for tho sad sible. 1 believe- that tho leaders will plan. Ev- condition In this country, and not act upon a give and take keep hammering ery should ho made to bring tho war. We must party orglnlzn-tlo- u away on the tariff. the elScicncy of the "Whllo tho European war has deup to the highest point. Every har- veloped talk in this country about naeffort towards conciliation and we should give some mony should bo made. The outlook tional defense, inwas never bet- consideration to dofendlng our for such a condition dustries against tho results which ter. Add to this confidence which will come upon the closing of the no"' elst8 In tho rank and file In war. Whenever the European war the Republican party to win a ends, there Is certain to be an enorlacking for sevthing which has been mous tide of immigrants to our eral years and It foreshadows a re- shores, many of them skilled work19 1C, provided turn of tho party In men seeking1 to displace American from now on wo omphaslzo the deNaturally, the manufacndmlntstru-tlon- , workmen. fects of the Democratic Germany, Austria. France and, as Republicans, we advo- turers of policies for the aud England, when peace comes, cate broad-minde- d must resume their business on a babenefit of tho people, the restorabeing sts which will permit them to take tion of a tariff commission advantage of even cheaper foreign one They labor than before the war. 101(1. liookit For Success in will look to America for their mark"Since tho election I have been et. You may look for cheaper Imuround tho country a great doal, and portations after the end of the liuvo discovered a feeling among Republicans that they nro going to war." win In 1916. U Is upparent and genNotice. uine. Tho election has transformed I will sell crushed corn for $1,25 party Into a confident and milthe The special Con- per cwt corn chops $1.50 per cwt. itant organization. gressional elections of 1912 resulted Either of the above feeds mixed wUh very best In a considerable depreciation of tho cotton seed meal Is tho Dull Mooso vote In tho various States cow feed. Sacks to be returned. W. E. ELLIS. jet the Republicans were fearful and Produce Merchant. Now they 23t4 lacking in confidence. have their courage again. Notice. "The plans which the National ReCommittee The stockholders of Hartford Dipublican Congressional and the various State committees vision Ohio County Farmers' Mutual are making to ktiep up the work Is Telephone Co., will meet al the court demonstrative of the systematic ef- house in Hartford, Ky., at 1:30 fort which tho party will make for o'clock Friday, Jan. 1, 1915, to elect 1910. Now is the time to prepare. Ave directors for. tho 'year and to It Is a mistake to attempt to lay transact any other business deemed down a national campaign sixty or necessary. E. W. FORD,.Pres. ninety 'days before the election, S. L. KING, Sec'y; were the causes which op- "What I I I 1 Party Lines Wiped Out and Dem- ocrats and Republicans Vote Together. wLr v K JJpHWF Washington, Dec. 22. The Hob-so- n iTi r Kt. J 'mm? "W o mm- - resolution to submit a constitutional amendment for national prohibition to state legislatures was defeated In the house tonight by 197 members voting for, and 189 aglnst It. An is affirmative vote of two-thir- ds required to adopt the reso- "" a.,! month-Insurgen- ty BHBH9 KKm--' -- mt m$m . :1 "d "' BHH ..eiUlHIlEBllB pre-,cl,- la .n.i. "fa-'wl- th ; e W e.-o- rt H7 y vfjHiBIK !aBI V'1 lution. Immediately after the announcement of the vote the. house adjourned, and the crowds which had packed the galleries throughout the prolonged debate dispersing with mingled expressions of regret and jubilation. Party lines were wiped out In the' struggle. Democratic Leader Under wood and Republican Leader Mann fought shoulder to shoulder at the head of the forces opposing the resolution. When the vote came, of 197 standing for the resolution, 114 were Democrats, sixty-eigRepublicans, eleven Progressives and four independent Republicans. The prohibition leaders declared their expectations were fulfilled by a majority for the resolution, as they had not hoped for a vote this time. Whether a similar resolution pending in the senate submitted by Senator Sheppard, of Texas, will reach a vote in the senate this session is not certain tonight. The administration, however. Is inclined to believe It will not In view of the house's action tonight. Notwithstanding repeated assertions of many members of the house would try to dodge a record vote on the issue, the roll call disclosed a heavy attendance, larger than the average throughout 'the session. On the final vote 386 votes were recorded. To have carried the resolution required 258 affirmative votes. votes. Thus Is failed by sixty-on- e The passage of the rule calling for a vote on the Hobson Resolution was preceded by a statement by Democratic Leader Underwood and scattering debate on both sides. Mr. Underwood made it clear that tho" Democratic leadership In the house was in favor of meeting the Issue with a vote. When debating on the amendment Mr. Underwood declared thaf the principle of national prohibition was the very principle which our forefathers 'fought; (he same principle of centralization that destroyed the ancient republics of Greece and Rome. "In an Idle hour," he continued, "there has grown up In this republic a faction which, clothed in the white robe of temperance for all would men believe in temperance tear down the fabric of this government and remove the foundation stones of our national existence." Text of Resolution. The Hobson resolution proposes a constitutional amendment as follows: "Section 1 Tho sale, manufacture for salo, transportation for sale exportation for sale, and importation for sale, of Intoxicating liquors for beveragev purposes in the United States and all territory subject to ht two-thir- jurisdiction threof are forever pro- Rebels Turn Loose Wild Eaglne. Washington,. Dec. 22. General. Carranza's trip to the Isthmus of Tehuantepee from Vera Cruz was interrupted by the Zapata forces, who captured Solodad, and from there sent a wild locomotive into Carranza's approaching train. Neither Carranza nor any of his party was Injured. These facts were reported tonight by private dispatch from a point on be railroad- - on which Carranza was traveling. Cairanza-returne- d to Vera Crux incident, and baa after d gone to Cordoba to Inspect tho robps. From Cordoba, some of his officers, say, he will continue to the a, UUhrnui and afterwards go to in. the state of Yugatan. The Carranza officials hore deny that Carranza intended to See to Central American territory and said the trip was planned shortly after the railway to that part of Mexico was .taken over by bis faction. Seeks Neutral Zoae. agreeNaco, Ariz., Dec. 32.-r-- An ment, to create a neutral zone along the Mexican ldc at the border to Me-rld- hibited. "Section 2 Congress shall have power to provide for the manufacture, salo, Importation and transporfor from further tation of intoxicating liquors bavo Naco, Arizona, damage from Mexican shot and sacramental, modlcinal, mechanical shell, will bo sought tomorrow by pharmaceutical or scientific purGtneral Scott, chief of staff of thq poses or for use In the arts, and shall have power to enforce this ar United Slates army. Scott was here several days re- ticle by all needful legislation." The resolution carries a preamble ceiving suggestions from both tue Eonora factions as to the best way setting forth that science has demto be narcotlo of stopping firing h.toss the border onstrated alcohol poison and reciting Its evil effects. in the siege of Naco, Conora 4 Torrential rains have created a .Notice. river 106 feet wide and five feet The Hartford Republlaan and the deep between the United States army camp at Naco and blndred confer- Louisville Dally Herald, both one year for only $3.00. ences with the Mexican leaders- I 'J-- ' i . ij- - '' nro llmost Impossible, and without Ish expeditionary force ns tho Gerand shipped to the Baltic. That submarine was secretly plac- surprises ilcclslvo victories over a foe mans have already learned to their ed upon tho deck of a Scandinavian at all equal In numbers and general- - j const -- Is almost equal to that of tho enemy's complement steamer one foggy morning south of ship become almost impossible. o flying The heavier thnn-al- r The following Is tho World's InON THE WAR Statcn Island and started seaward Is not. the only "Ynnkcc no- formant's description of "the wth some questionable omissions In Wnrsplte, most Import-cn- t the freighter's clearance papcrB. tion" which is playing a big part In of the ho observed There was an amusing and, for n the present war. The Wright brothPro- time, halrralslng reception In the ers, who Invented the flying mnchlno In the Dcvonport yard; Disguising Officers "Suddenly we my omccr friend Baltic when the cargo was first sight- In the Intervals between their regular ed by the Uusslan torpedo boats on Job of repairing bicycles have had nnd myself stood nlongslde n dilapAll Armies. blem For men ninny predecessors. There was lllch-ar- il idated looking vessel, which I took to naval The Czar's watch. J. Gatling.n native of North Caro- bo an obsolete cruiser. My companthey were nipping a Japanthought ese plot In the bud and showed a dis lina, who Invented n machine for ion briefly Introduced this object as Improved Ills Mnjesty's freighter anil pcwlng out bullets, and grnb- American Inventions Play Great position to send the to the bottom ; descendants of his death-dealin-the gun Warsplte, of tho Queen Elizabeth their own submarine are responsible for thousands of wid- class, none of which arc In commiswithout ceremony. Part In Strife of Vtitiir 4Vn frwwl Ultimately the Protector, for such ows nnd orphans. This year marks sion ns yet. The Wnrsplte will bo 1VWW. Uillj, g Nations. was Mr. Lake's name for his boat, the centenary of the construction of ready for action, so I learned, withCronstadt, and was put tho first steam war vessel, and the in six mouths. At present she Is ly reached through her paces above and below j inventor was Fulton, an American, I ing In one of the basins In tho yard, Then the Russian Ministry who thus becajne the father n'f the submitting to the attention of many "How- are we to keep our officers wnter. of Marino decided that tho best dis- great navies of the present day. The i hundreds of workmen, who clamber 4 7Min being nicked oft?" position they could make of the craft, repeat Ing rifle, tho torpedo, smoke- about her vast bulk like veritable This lias been and Is one of the less gunpowder, the Hotchklss shell, ants. On the quay alongside of her which confronts which they renamed Osetr, wns to CTAvtst problems make her a part of the mobile de- the revolver, nnd hosts of other de- arc reposing the massive 15.5 guns, ihr armies of all belllgrcnts In Eu- fenses of Vladivostok. Now Vladi- vices for wholesale and retail mur- ten of which she will carry. rope's mighty conflict. Losses among "Even my layman's eye could deder, are the creations of American t)o men who lead are far greater vostok was a trifling matter of some- Inventive genius. tect and appreciate the wonderful by rail 4,000 miles Jn proportion than nmong the men thing short of Another "Yankeo notion" which arrangement of her turrets, which, Petersburg, the who lollow. The terlfflc mortality from Cronstadt or St. promises to revolutionize naval war- I am told, Is absolutely new. They port of tho iimong the French nnd English offlc--.t- b former being the naval John P. Hol- nro laid out somewhat like boxes in It was manifestly fare is the submarine. has ben particularly notlcable. Uusslan capital. land was a native of the Emerald a theater, each jutting outward from officials that the .And the Germans, as well, have been plain to tho naval by sea around Isle, but nn adopted son of Uncle the one ahead In such a way that she paying fearful tribute to the sharp- Osetr could not be sent y craft was can fire nil ten of her Siberian port upon Sam. Ills first under-wntc- r to the shooter's unerring rifle. from tho bow as well as broadthe Pacific. Capture by the Japan- a failure, and It now lies at the botThe British expedOne Instance: well-nig- h a cer- tom of the Passaic river, but Holland side on. itionary forces took their places on ese would have been Torpedo nnd Mine Proof. one alterna- persevered until he had succeeded. the ilrlng line on August 2!!. In tainty. There was but "The wonderful slope flange Is From an American visitor to Engby rail. to transport the boat Mcvcii weeks Gen. John Trench had tive The Osetr represented a dead land, just returned to New York, who the technical word of her bow, nar.been bereft of the services of just through tho merest chance was af- row at the water line and widening sixth of all weight of 136 tons within the nar1,140 of his officers row limits of a iength of only sixty- - forded exceptional opportunity to In- In such a way as to offer the least Only a military man liis leaders. spect the vast naval plant at Devon-por- t, possible resistance to the seas, 'in Incan appreciate what a frightful loss seven feet, and this meant more of the New York World has ob dicative of her great speed twenty-si- x a burden than the ordinary gondola jt is to an army to have a full sixth knots an hour greater than that the tained a close range description of of Its officers wiped out In so short or flat car could stand. Just X same, tne vessel nau to go overianu. the secret fruition of the British of the Maurctanla! She displaces n period. guarded 2S.00O tons of water. Most Imporup to Mr. Lake to devise admlrallty's most closely Today it le quite as grave a prob- and It was plans for the crushing of Germany tant of all, perhaps, is the fact that lem for Lord Kitchener to provide a way. He proved that his luventlve on the high seas. site has a triple coating of armor beAN ACCREDITED equal to the oc educated men to fill these frightful resourcefulness was What Is going forward at express low the waterline. casion. Kaps as it Is to recruit men for the "That and other features which The storage batteries in these un- speed behind the walls of Britain's rnnlie. England is fully alive to the Improper to reveal make BEAVER DAM, KY. woefully heavy, navyyards. if it were known to .the it would be responsibility involved in this awful derwater boat3 are her practically Immuno from any exGerman authorities, would dispel d Training of teachers a specialty. An exceptionally toll of carnage and death. As an and so, too, are the sturdy tlasks Inisting torpedo or mine. That is, she Jellicoe's fleet intends to instructor giving his entire timo to this Department Is crowded at earnest of how things are, the officers, to which motive air Jellicoe's lleet intends ot re- may be badly damaged by an exploafter Xmas. Daily class in Agriculture. Tuition reasonable. still left in action have been ordered a very high pressure. By taking out strict its activity to blockading the sive below the water line, but she accumulators, the air Good, cheap board. Common school graduates get free tuition to make themselves, In battle, as in- the electric cannot be sunk by one. Her fuel Is flasks and some other Inside fittings, North Sea and keeping the Atlantic oil exclusively, no coal being used in High School. conspicuous as possible. enemy and other oceans clear of "Look precisely like your men!" removing the propellers, the rudders purTesj-n- -t aboard her except for culinary Jr-irand other external apparatus. It was vessels. is the substance of the order. poses. More llljj Ships. weight of particulars call on or address For further Great has been the change among possible to cut down the "She and her sisters are real beauWithin six months the lists of the Britishers accordingly. They are the Oster until she was within the ties. Of course the reason she looknot the target for the German sharp- supporting limits of a flat freight the royal navy will be augmented by ed so unassuming to my unpractical and eight shooters that they were a few brief car. Then resting in a suitable cra- six eye was because she had not been rt weeks ago. They have found out dle of strong timbers, the vessel was battle cruisers from Its yards at and Portsmouth alone. All painted and was partly concealed be that in each German section are two made secure and made low enough Her of scaffolding. of these ships will be equipped de- neath all sorts men provided with fleldglasses, whose to pass under all of the bridges and cost will be close upon $15,000,000 t;ole ditty it is to pick out officers by through the several tunnels along fensively and offensively more power- before she leaves the hands of the of their their accoutrements and tip off the the route from Cronstandt to Vladi- fully than any engineers. And to think that such sharpshooters as to whom to aim at. vostok. This was the blazing of the respective.classesinow afloat. At least a vessel can be completed in eighteen one of the for It is the officers' business to fool the way for other boats. m months!" enemy's men witli the glasses. After the 03ter showed her mili- example, has an arrangement of turK.Y. H Col. Swinton Chief Reporter of the Twenty different tilings, ordinarily, tary caplbilltlas the Uusslan admir- rets which is quite new and which War. distinguish a British officer from his alty ordered more Lake submarines, permits big caliber guns to be fired Although professional war corresmen. Aside from the smarter cut of and speed of delivery was one ot the broadside or straight ahead .with equal facility. Probably all of that pondents have had scant opportunity g Can save jon money on Dealer In Light Itiilldlni; Materials. bin uniform, ho Is betrayed by his contract requirements. class have the same equipment, hut to cover themselves with glory as Cement, Plastering, Itoofin;; and In fact, everything which cocs tnvord, by his open jacket with the What Germans .May Do. personally saw spectators In "tho theater of war" Silos. SEE HIM HEl'OKK low collar and the necktie; by his These submarines were shorter by the World's informant Bl into a modern huildiin;. Cmi-relonly one during his visit to tho conflict has developed one reMAKING YOl'K PLANS. alienee of pnek and his "Sam a goodly margin than the subnier- porter who is entitled to rank as a Browne" belt. ' His field glasses are ines now in the service of ermany. Recently in the House of Commons star. He is Col. Ernest Duhlop Swin-toalso a shining mark. and for that reason offered fewer who, in the capacity of official But now every effort is made to difficulties in carriago by rati. But Winston Churchill, First Lord of the Admiralty, stated that Great Britain observer at the British field headJiide all these. the manner In which the last of them every quarters, has supplied tho newspaper country Is poor, notwithstanding all ArtlnK Like a Protective Turin". At the beginning of the war French were handled showed how easy It could lose a month for twelve months without her reading public with the best and most Her resources are officers were even better targets than was to cut the boats apart by takWhen the great wars In Europe be- her resources. the British for the German sharp- ing out a few score of rivets around superiority over tho German navy complete and authentic "war stor- gan the American people found them- not available. We have no dyestuffs; shooters. The greater length of their their middles, and It was only nec- being affected, even if during that ies" yet written. Col. Swinton's day selves cramped financially cramped no chemicals. Thero aro a great red trousers, due to the absence of essary to bring the two sections to- period Germany suffered the loss of by day records of events Is necessarily with plenty of resourcs. The trou- many things which we need which we confined to the operations of the ble was the people had been buying have not been manufacturing. the long leggings; white gloves and gether again in proper line, rerlvet not a single ship. British troops, but, so far as that from European countries buying Si.v New Dreadnoughts. However, thero Is a ray of light 'half a dozen different accoutrements, and the vesels are ready to be put together with the inevitable gold lace, into the water. The Germans can do It Is easy to understand the First goes It is apparently as complete as more than they Immediately paid for. Our exportatlons are Increasing. Our The a Gallic joy, so markedly betrayed this very thing, if they so desire, Lord's meaning when one realizes military exigencies will permit. The Just before the war American people Importations are decreasing. will the o.'fiicers to the watchful enemy with their bigger and longer boats that within six months there will lie early reports from tho British army were purchasing the products of Eu- - j "''"lance of trade," won high praise from the profession- rope ' ,n r favor. The war U that they were picked off In droves. and to facilitate passage under six go a more liberal hand than 800n with ready to Every unit among the Germans had bridges or through tunnels it would out of Plymouth and Portsmouth har- al, writers and editors of both Eng at any other period. Americans actlnp like a Protective Tariff. It Is land and America, but tho author were In Europe to a greater number keeping American business at home, its men with tho field glasses spying be necessary only to remove or re- bors Into tho battle line, and furthCol. Swinton out the luckless leaders for their rlvet the conning towers and ermore that from the time plans was at first unknown. than over before. We were living !nni1 sending a surplus abroad. In doom. for the construction ot such a mon- has since been given the full credit care-fre- e lives. We were like a man tnIs respect the war Is a great lesson. to tako down the long tubes in the In one engagement a French regi- of the periscopes. ster are drawn up until the day she of authorship, and his chapters opera- who Is going Into debt. While he Is Tno worst of tho present crisis Is 'to bo continued" narrative of Cotton, even, Is being shipped ment 3ost 70 per cent of Its officers. going in ho Is having a good time; nast Only at Antwerp or any other sets out on her trial only eighteen tions at the front aro eagerly await- he finds It more difficult to get out. jahroail, and the wall of the Southern Moil of thorn were young men. fresh base where reasonablo shop facili- months must elapse. Incidentally, Military ed by millions of people. from the military school at St. Cyr, ties were available, skilled workmen every part of a ex When the intercourse between our- - l)lilcr is stopped. Tho Southern engineering is Col. Swinton's profesand they hnd taken a vow to go into would find It a short and easy task cept her guns can be built In the navy selves and European people came to Pol'"clan will ceaso his activities and sion, and ho was unknown us a writ- an their first battle all spick and spati. to join the parts. yard. end the Europeans wanted a agitations In regard to cotton. er when he was given the job at settlement. Tho balance was against oven to the white gloves. Tlte poor The outlook Is brighter. It Is not generally known that the The European conflict would have youths fell in their first engagement, assumed an entirely different char- tremendous expanse recently added which he has acquitted himself so us. If you ever ran a "trade ac"victims or their acter, and might already hare been to the Naval Barracks as the Devon- well. count" you will remember that when- Mrs.. MtClaln.s .Experience With years old last Ho was forty-si- x pride. Croup. by a decisive defeat, excent shire plant is known officially in ever the other man thought you owed ended Jofire thereupon gave orders for a certain experiment 'Which was cludes six dry docks capable of hold October. him, or when there was a balance In "When my boy. Ituy, was small he Col. Swinton, in his reports, has ohibJtlng while gloves In battle, made just eleven years ago today, ing the biggest battleship yet dehis favor, he was anxious for a set was subject to croup, and I was al- commanding tho officers to be as in- December 17, 190C, on the barren signed by the Admiralty's draughts- mado no attempt at fine writing, hut tlement While the balance was In ways alarmed at such times. Cham- his stylo Is all tho moro effective conspicuous as possible. your favor he was willing to continue berlaln's Cough Hemedy provod far Kill Devil sandhills near Kitty Hawk. men. It's a close fit, to be sure, when of that. lie has paid due tri'Siibu:ulurs Play bo Transported by N. C. There a couple of "crazy a giant of the Queen Elizabeth or tho trade. Tho Americans have Just better than any other for this trouble Iron Duke class squeezes Into one bute to tho bravery and gallantry of gone through this experience with It always relieved him quickly. I Yankees," Orvlllo and Wilbur Wright Hull. English Jt has been said that Germany pur-po- the sons of Dayton, O. clergyman, of these docks. 'Quite recently, tho the foe, and, unlike. European people. They said to us, am never without It In the house for has, not sought to paint the ere long to transport a num- tested a contraption consisting of American visitor was informed, such "Hand over the gold," To uso a ! know It b a positive cur for croup," ber of her r.ultmnrines overland to wings, a rudder, a llttlo gasoline mo- a ship came back from the North Sea Germans as cowards. Hilly Sundaylsm, they said. "Come writes Mrs. W. It. McClaln. Blalr.v AnUveip in ordor to escape detection tor and twin propellors. Tho precious to have a few repairs made. After Colo's Are Often Most Serious Stop across." Our bankers said wo could villo, Pa. For sale by all dealers, anil possible destruction In a trip pair of young fools actually expect- she was all in the dry dock, thero not spare the gold. Hence the Possible Complications. by bui from Wllhelmshavcn was postponed. It Is hangdown ed this machine, weighing 200 was Just six Inches to spare at either The disregard of a Cold has often along the coast of Holland. In other pounds, to carry one of them through end! brought many a regret. Tho fact ing fire yet. We have boon afraid FOR FLETCHER'S Stories from war correspondents In of Sneezing, Coughing, or a Fever to Inaugurate our reservu bank bya- words, tho underwater boat is to bo tho air! Funny thins about It, It did! both au overland and a submarino Four successful flights were mado on Northern France have already men- should bo warning enough that your tern for fear that Europe would try I of war nnd tho peril of a that historic day at Kitty Hawk. tioned the fact that British naval system needs luunediato attention. to got at our gold resorvo. These -- . wliWr livid of attack, thus mado cer- Tho aeroplane) for that was what guns have been used on laud In siege Certainly Loss of Sleep is most ser conditions are an uuo to purchasing Trv to Ho Thankful tain throucli tho medium of German "those crasy Wright boys" called operations aglnst tho Germans. lous. It in a warning given by Na- abroad what ought to have been, "Thankfulness Is an unfailing ami Italian railways. their contraption roso In the air Therefore there can be little harm in ture. It is man's duty to himself to manufactured and sold at home. I)ut spring of happiness. A thankful Thank to Vankeo Initiative, tho and traveled a dlstanco ot S52 feet, disclosing the fact that at present assist by doing his part. Dr. King's ,"u " ' " ' ' "umu lru,l perKon ls over of happiness. A jiracticablllty of such a performance tarrying ono of the Inventors with a very largo number of mon aro en- Now Discovery Is based on a scienti- nun ncau. .u iiiiu uuuil roCKeil 10 thankful person Is never habitually in well established. s. It "Ibis being the first lns,tanco In gaged constantly at Dovonport In fic analysis In 1904, in the The grumpy. Only ungrateful people of Colds. 50c at your sleep by the midiit of tho history "whero a person has been turning twelve, thirteen nnd even tff-- druggist. Iluy a bottle war. 3 American treasury was empty In a are Incorrigibly sullen," says Tho Uko sold to tho Uusslan govern- carried from the ground In actual teen battleship guns Into siege howsense. Thereforo, wo were not IndeWoman's Home Companion. "Even ment a submarine which he had built flight by mechanical means without itzers. pendent, wo were dependent. In a somber mood ono can dissipate for the purpose of obtaining rec- artificial aids" Germany, during the past fifty gloom by thinking Busy on Slego Howitzers. Iir ot ognition from our Navy Department. I years.has had a high Tariff; has been you think you can say his mercies. If While tho aeroplane was not In This operation Is performed by 'I thank you' Tho ilouiasllc authorities had fritter- Itself been mado an engine ot de- detaching tho gun from its turret, making and soiling; has treasured with a wry race, For Infants and Children. try it. Tho act of ed away timo and displayed moro an struction to any marked degree, it cutting down its muzzlo and mounther own resources; has made It al- pronouncing tagonism than encouragement to this has entirely changed tho character ing it on an artillery carriage. Ow- TiisKifll You Havt Always Bought most a crime to buy anything not face Into a those words pulls the smllo. Many of us could sample ot native enterprise, and tho of warfare. Aeroplane scouts aro able ing to the Royal Navy's superfluity Beara made In Germany. Germany Is rich Increase tho measuro of our hanol- boat, proving her worth to the Czar'u to keen so close u watch nn thn mnm ot big naval weapons the number of Bignatiue " because ot her man. ( ness by deepening our capacity ' for roprvsCJitatlvcs was promptly bought wents of the enemy that surprises heavy howitzers now with tho Brit- ner ot conducting business. uo srutuuue," SIDELIGHTS inn-chln- stipcr-dreadtioug- hl THE TRUTH! The world will bo men-of-w- ar suprr-drcadnoug- ht g ll T!nv is vnnv xiw,. J.,. chance. We have the right - : tools the John Deere line of Implements. t flftecn-polnt-flv- far-awa- l Williams & Miller BEAVER DAM, KY. vh - i WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY t COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL al al t well-traine- I IfJciin!- n. A, 1915 t J. LOGAN STILLWELL, President. ts Dev-onpo- men-of-w- ar s, PAUL. WOODWARD HARTFORD, S General Contractor and Builder n, super-dreadnoug- ts incl-deut- ly ; super-dreadnoug- ht 4 iu s, ! nt ! Children Cry C A3TO R A I'i Free-Trader- Uusso-Jnpanc- Sl-n- to-da- CASTOR A ofVJ "full-handed- V ?! Aaaftftftfiftaftaftaftftftftftftftftftftdftftaftft.i!" IS $3.00 ONIOYICAR $1.75 SIX MONTHS ! l ! COURIER 4? MSRftX5I2 -- JOURNAL I J ! i t 5 t Daily By Mail (NOT SUNDAY) 1 ? N S DURING JANUARY AM) f t fc l FEBRUARY ONLY ? 1 Regular Annual Bargain Period Limited to These Two Months i Just One-Ha- lf Regular Price & t Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only when sent through regular Courier-Journa- l Agent in this district. 9 J & & Herry 13. I Walker, d, leir-tfivi-- KLy. & ft C0UR1ER.J0URNAL CO.. Louisville. Ky. t l i J WWfZWWZWWWWWWWWmWW l NEW I m4 INSURANCE .. AGENCY have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording '"Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, tna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes Hartford, the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to $ X hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, I E. E. BIRKHEAD, - Hartford, Ky. j WANTED.: ' promptly for particulars as to how representatives are with and protected. Begin operations at once so us'to abtain the full benefit of the season. 292 One dealer or agent in your city and vicinity to sell Evinrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe Motors, which are advertised in all reputable magazines of the world. This advertising campaign reaches thousandswho have use JvBfi for portable and detachable rowboat motors, but who would have no use lor launches on Cmx account of lack of time and no summer homes. Wite jf P Ci lJ EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN rm. , ri3 1 SPECIAL OFFERI 41 c ti 3 The Louisville ? Daily Herald i 0 AND- - w ti J The Hartford Republican By Mail for Ono Year, at Special Price of i f l & $3.00 J i b 0 & Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper delivered at' your home1 each day including your homo paper, at the price nf $3.00. . 4k 0 0 oft oft oft oft oft oft oft This. Offer Positively Expires on S February 28, lol5. B o TVtf vW4 f the lint too low, and, settling itself ! upon Its haunches, aimed a heavy blow with Its paw at Silvester's head. He ducked, hut cro he had WITH BLANKET time to recover himself the bear struck again. Silvester know ho could not es- - j cape, but ho thought that If ho) Held Animal Unti Mate tould avoid the hoar for a few minutes Mntty might be nble to help him. Fired Shot. Quick ns thought he seized tho m-I RS. -- -'blankets from liln hunk nnd held Dead Grizzly Toppled On Fast tlieiii up between his body and that of the bear. The brute struck out again, but the blanket yielded, the, Weakening Hunter When beast stumbled and Silvester dodg-loFREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN Tho ruse was successful. Kvory Shot. time tho bear nlinrd a blow at him, All Picture of Kentucky's Governors (Silvester was able to avoid It. This, From the foundation of the Stale to Ihe pr.unt lime The onlr complete collection in exlitence ' For somu moiithn jirlor to the however, could not last long, for the Ticturcjof nil TrMlJcnH of the United Stilei, from Washwhich tills story centers, man was becoming exhausted. ington to WiItoh. Mass of ull Natiinln coior. Tliccry ilionlng Ccuiticj.towr ,railroai!,Con-Ktfislon- al I on Crook, a small mining Again tho boar struck at him, this Thorn htet Kentucky Mapetc. LntC3t Kentucky ten'in. district!, an the Yukon rlvor, linil licon time with so much force that when comp'ctemapoftl.eUiiitcilMatc Fullomlcomi letemniolthe world. In the Hittorii.il Kentucky tlrtcli Is i, vni tl.e political suiiiGwhiit alarniod by tho presence In Silvester's blanket yielded the boar tuthticj f ram th foumlit Inn of the Mate to ti.e ptcrent time. ItlmluJei AH State Oftic'al. Executive Department. Alt tlio vicinity of nn unusually large pitched heavily forward, and, strlk-- ! Ucpartmentj of the State Government vjtli the liradsot each KrlBgly boars. Not con- lug tho stote, upset it, causing tho Department and the cMcnl tone with their sal. ri. Variom V number of Kentucky Iloirds j.td Cnurts ttitli their f tali Willi oiriccrn and sent with mn'kliiK ilcprcdntious upon stovepipe to fall with a crash to the ttlnrfcs. Political Committees and Orcar.lzatlons ol ll State. Kentucky Un'tcl ht.itcu Ssnatoriu Kentucky Chief food of the camp, they nlso shown floor. the t'ie Kentucky ,u'llc. broken ofCommlwlo.i ri.- House. Connrckslonal Seidtori.nl Dutricts. D.jtr t. Kallrovl u ilispositiou (o molest the minors All this had happened In a few Counties of Kentucky, when made and from w hat Counties. moments, and, needless to say, Mat-- j themselves. All of the Vital Statutici of Kentucky. Tho presence of the ordinary black ty was a horror stricken spectator This unique and valuable Atlas U free not causo much alarm to Df the scene. Ills was an awkward bear doos to all Ecnine; 1'ost subscribers. If not He had but one shot, which liny ono who Is accustomed to life In plight. now a subscriber, send $3.00 for a full year's subscription, or $2.00 for a six those wild parts, but tho grizzly bear Silvester had put Into his rifle In the ; months subscription by mail. is a beast calculated to strike terror morning, nnd he knelt in his bunk Pltue undentenJ. theia Mte are by mall Into tho stoutest hearts. Indeed so ready rto fire. With only one shot, Only, and not through carrier or agent. great was tho alarm at Thornton however, he knew that If he fired OUR SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFER: Crook that all dwellers in that district md merely wounded the bear tho $3.00 Pally Erasing Pott, one year had been strongly advised not to ven- - jaln would goad the brute to mad$1.50 Kentucky Goernor'a Wall Chart turo out of tho camp without a rifle ness. He knew, also, thnt If ho flr- $1.00 Hartford Republican, 1 yr d at all he was as likely to lilt his and a goodly supply of ammunition. $3.50 ALL THREE FOR i Some months passed by, however companion, as he was to hit the bear. without any unusual incident, and the He scarce knew what to do, but still minors bognu to lobson their vigilance 10 held his gun ready for use at the believing that the unwelcome brute 'Irst opening. "For heaven's sake, help me!" had moved away from the neighbor- ihrlcked Sih ester. hood of the settlement. "So I will, but keep the beast off It happened that one day in the late autumn James Silvester and his mate, i bit," answered Matty. Tho unequal fight went on, the Matty Davis had occasion to Journey to the town of H for provisions. near growing more angry every mo- II was the nearest town of any .neiit, Silvester becoming weaker and description, being some fifteen miles nore exhausted. away from the Creek, and the two Presently he was driven into a settlements were connected by a :omer from which he could not e, rough path cut through the bush. while the grizzly aimed blow The journey was accomplished with tfter blow at the yielding blanket ! out Incident, and shortly after noon behind which his prey crouched. they started on their return to Thorn "Here goes, I'm shootln'!" yelled Matty, in desperation. ton Creek. "Shoot! I'm done," screamed Ere long they arrived at their log hut, but there a surprise awaited Will help parents develop their sons into J, Matty took a steady nlm, knowthem, for everything around the hut ing that if he missed it was all over was in disorder. the best type of citizens and Christian "By gosh!" said Matty. "That 'ere for them both. gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat- J Cracked snapped the rifle. bear has bin nosin' round 'ere. Look It was a good shot, for with one I ' at them barrels knocked in! I'd like tered and comes from the best homes in to put a bullet in that beast Silves- long howl of pain the huge beast toppled forward, crushing Silvester to the South. Its capacity is limited, there- ter." I the earth. lleiir Opened Provisions. j fore, reservations should be made early. The rush of hurrying feet could A closer examination showed that j the bear had not taken much away, now he heard in every direction, Place your son in this select gioup of but had contented itself with smash- for the shouting and the firing had MA boys. Write I ing open the cases of provisions and aroused the settlement. The men barrels of meat and flour, and with came pouring Into the hut, only to i generally reducing both the inside start back at tho sight of the formidand the exterior of the cabin to a able grizzly bleeding upon the floor. Tho bear was quite dead, but when llv state of confusion. For catalogue and information. Box A. The log hut occupied by the two Its body had been dragged off Silvesgold diggers was in every respect sim- ter they found to their surprise that, ilar to the usual woodman's hut. although unconscious, he was quite Kach wall was built of the rough-hew- n unhurt. Silvester will never forget the ter- - If you are not familiar with Llppln- trunk of trees placed one on ..... ..,... LIV-VER-L...uv i,b. " the other, and the hut consisted of rililn evnertoiipo v f flint ulirl, ivlmn ' cott's you are doing yourself and AX e four such vflft) and a roof made of his lite depended upon a single the publishers an injustice. brushwood and tar paper. It was of vj course built without any foundation, Sick Headache. und measured about ten foot square. Sick headache is nearly always Tho window was put in on the side lacing the door, and on another wall caused by disorders of the stomach. two bunks hud boon built one above Correct them and the periodic attho other. The remaining wall sup- tacks of sick headache will disappear. ported a table and some shelves. Mrs. John Bishop of Roseville, Ohio, "The Standard Fiction Magazine That Is all that need be bald about writes: "About a year ago I was of America" the Interior of tho hut, except, per-hn- troubled with indigestion and had Tcel ripht nil tho time. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel-whenear ono corner a small sick hctidacho that lasted for two or that NOW IM ITS 4Gth YEAR keeps yoti. pleasant Llv- - Ver-La- x (Iron stove was placed, tho stack pipe three adys at a time. I doctored and e on your feet, while rclievingyour troubtried a number of remedies but nothpassing through the roof. Don't 25 Cents a Copy S3.00 a Year le. Safer too, and easy to take. afford" When tho winters are very bevere ing helped mo until during ono of take nnythinp; else. You can't it is often tho custom of the dwell- thoso sick spells a friend advised (The first magazine to originate the it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses system and relieves constipation. A naters In these log camps to earth them mo to take Chamberlain's Tablets. idea, of publishing a complete ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure' upon tly! outside to make them warm This medicine relieved me in a short in its effect and certain in results. It novel In each number.) time." For salo by nil dealers, in v will before tho winter tots in. This Silwon't bo lonp; before V- - Ver-La- x completely displace calomel in ever. vester and Mntty proceeded lo do on !A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION home. Children can take it freely and Xi' Way to Chicken. their return from II . They earthed As our family does not care for with perfect safety. Every bottle GuarBRINGS YOU tho placo up very carefully about chicken anteed. 50c and $1 in bottits. Kono? unless fried, I have evolved three or four feet, bringing tho earth a way in which a young chicken, 12 Great Complete Novels. 75 Short penuino without tho likeness and shjna. turo of L. K. Gri3by. For sale by up to the window sill, for which DO CO Timely weighing 1 or 5 pounds, may bo sucArticles. Stories. Kv iHHinrn point It gradually sloped away to the cessfully "fried," writes a contributStriking Poems. 200 Pages of ground. or, to tho Modern Prlscllla. After THE Having completed their task they the chicken is jointed dip in a batter SEWING' prepared supper and shortly after-turne- d of flour und water of the consistency Llppincott's is enjoying a big Into bed for the night. Silof thick cream, to which a little more OF Thousands of of popularity. slept in the lower bunk, with vester than a half teaspoonful of soda has now readers have been addiid to Us QUALITY) his head toward the window, and Matbeen added (It will requlro about subscription list, during tho past ty slept above. Matty was soon fast four rounding tablespooufuls of flour tow months, and Its circulation is abloep. Silvester, after n short read for the batter), then roll in tine Increasing rapidly. NOT and a smoke, fell! Ino the heavy slumcracker or bread crumbs (tho latter SOLD ber, worn out by tho exertions of tho preferred). Have ready a good-size- d UNDER duy. ANY baking pan, In which place tho HOW TO REDUCE THE Animals Crept to Hut. OTHER chicken in plenty of hot fat, season It wus a fine moonlight night cold COST OF GOOD READING NAME. and cook iu a slow oven at ono but clear, and shortly after midnight hour, longer if tho chicken least is large. y a sound might have been heard as of Send for WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. When done each piece should be something treading its way carefully coated with a delicious crisp brown Llppincott's "Little Book of Big If you purchase tlio NKW HO.MK you will' through the undergrowth of tho for- crust, adding to n t tlio prlee you uy, uul will have a life its size. Few cooks not have an endlcis chain of repairs.' est. Tho noise became louder and Bargains" know that the rib, if broken next to nearer, and presently from the darkthe back, may bo easily removed with New Edition Just Published for tho Quality ness of tho wood a huge grizzly bear the fingers, thus making a fairly good 4 Season emerged. For a moment it stood snifConsidered pieca of chicken. The fat not used fing the air as if hesitating what to SENT FREE UPON REQUEST in tho gravy is superior to butter for itU the do; then witli a clumsy, shambling seasoning vegetables. Pork chops Cheapest gait it made Its way to the hut. J. B.LIPPINCOTT COMPANY ed in this way are much better Silvester, thus rudely awakened, 900k when WASHINGTON SfMraVW PHILADELPHIA in the etuJ fried. than speedily realized what hadliappened, to buy; and gave himself up for lost. He made To Prevciii Wood Poisoning a dash for tho window, but by this If you wnut a wiring machine, rite for nly at once the woudcrful old reliable DR FOR FLETCHER'S time the grizzly bear had recovered JK.'KK b ANTlSlJlTie HKALING OH.,aur our lutett caUi Iokui' licforu rj puruliUAe, t al drepc that relievM pala nnd hepl at ' T,, u.M urma Cr..rr MnrMno Pn M?nirn Ml I itself, I It tried to stand up, but found sauietime. Not a liulmcat. ac.Wc.ll.OO. '""' uiuum' i.. vim .., FOUGHT BEAR Belli - d. I iit - i IffJfiflllMI ax S ! Vanderbilt Training School for Bays j al mwm Sill ELKTON, KY. B B MflTHENEY & BATTS USE riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiii LIPP M ...., OTT'S For Lazy Liver and Ihe Troubles o HUE Constipation. ps NEW HOME To-da- iu-i- 1913-191- irTHlHSr Children Cry CASTO RA u. f h mmm .made that his action is in resentment ufO MOKiOiloan.of Jhc ntltml0 or thcge senators to- H r ward admlnstratlon measures. Sen- hroriirs to u nt th roiottico ator o'Oorman was, from the first, in Eitrt-H'tfer4. Kj.. i.ronll wattr ol ti conrt nc v? opp0Ston to repeal of the Umnilnn clause in the Panama canal I .ririMiiir 1111 j CX-- '" ZTRNETT. Editor aLuSON BARNETT, AssociMe Editor Proper ' . I I 'I t to on sniendment of the banking and currency law after it had been ap proved by the president, and on re sisting the confirmation of Mr. Jones, NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS one tu am a Harvester trust magnate, as !firlup th Mr-uklfrHir plTe old diMiym In uinllnp the of the men to administer it. So far umumumumumuum . - 4 v,jhi.?'L-the m3Pt j, iiliir tf'SFkas we are advised the sum of Senator ruioiwt. u Notlrr. to,- - per Hoe nn.l !W fciiuli,.. t.oel Marline's offending Is in the vote he pw lite for aoh udilHIoiml Inwttlnn. cast, and the speeches he made, on OliitUHTlf, neolatloti iiikI I'ntil t Tli inl So the Panama question. toprer In itritumf. per Use. Notice. t'T eerirlfe tree, lint ottT tTimnb Washington, Dec. 21. Harry K. The question raised and forced by PTllne. hor.tiat'irllM'TiwDM y Having slid half Interest In my In the Sun situation is whether a pres Thaw lost his fight IH recrhe to such itumnnktloti ALCiLjnioai' ident who has been a high official preme Court of the United States business to my brother, B. II. Ellis, tirtt!N in the American Civil Service Reform ngainst being extradited from the the name of the new firm nfter Jan. Association Is fully interpreting and State of New Hampshire to the State 1, 1915, will be W. E. Ellis & Bro. --- S '"v-- sf- ... 'illustrating the genuine spirit of civ-- 1 of New York. I thank all of my friends for past pat- -- O r.saerB' il service reform in using the public In a brief decision by Justice ironnE'J and Jhc new firm will ap FOR BIG patronage as a big stick for punish- Holmes, which was the unanimous preciate any favors. FRIDAY, DECEMBER tKi. ing members of Congress who differ decision of the court, tt was held that W. E. ELLIS. AND ;!; him in opinion and. oppose some l'roducu Merchant. celebrated prisoner should be 23t4 .WW8" . i. . - i..111Jm. ,1n11ra (ft of ! measures and policies. If it the turned ovef at Ole 10 tW S'ew York iiiiiiiuii uu. It cosi nau Vewl For the SqulneN. be granted that such an assumption authorities 0 answer an Indictment land and keep our soldiers at Vera (By Al.) .... """ . rilrin't apt a salute to by a ,president is consistent with a charging conspiracy to escape from V-- ... l! , .... Matteawan Asylum for the Criminal w.c u SIiuiui, .I,a ..il-,. Tills column Is ilCAoted to the Inthe "ac either. Instead we hauled it sweeping uui WE CAN LOOK EVERYBODY. WHO HAS DEALT of reasoning built up aglhst Insane. terests of thdse who do their Christdown. The flftv or moro young ma- - fabric uch a Claim Ism must fall. his escape from the asy- mas shopping early, pay tho grocer tae, who died in Vera Cruz, died that conceded we would be as near Whether as his counsel contended, WITH US. STRAIGHT IN THE FACE. WE HAVE once and lend their moral encouragement lum while, for what? At no othr time or place & n autocracy, subversive and he was insane constituted a crime to Mr. Bryan's temperance movement TREATED THEM HONESTLY. WE HAVE GIVEN In the history of our country where by and other questions the court dis- by confining themselves to grape blood has been shed, could Msatlve of the legislative branch ithe executive, as we are ever likely missed with the comment that they juice during the Ximis holidays. QUALITY GOODS FOR AS LOW A PRICE AS QUALquestion be asked. this to get. And such an autocracy could not enter into a habeas corpus There Is nothing elvatlng in it and ITY MERCHANDISE CAN BE SOLD FOR. necessarily grow corrupt out proceeding and that they were proper perhaps the Junk is really not worth Democratic "dally papers publish (would But New Years Is coming a dozen Indiana of the nature of the traffic to which questions for the State of New York reading. the fact that about WE SHALL BID FOR YOUR TRADE NEXT YEAR. to decide. and If ou don't like it you can easily Including the Lieutenant it must lead. Officials, CU-fActually the celebrated Thaw case turn over u new leaf. At the annual meeting of the Governor, have escayped conviction WITH THE SAME METHODS WE HAVE ALWAYS now the killing of Stunford White grafting, after being indicted at! Service Reform Association, u. was- - not before the Supreme Court. We believe women are getting USED. The large headlines soon 10 e iieiu, nraMtm-mIndianapolis me Merely the question of returning braver, also stronger. Why, the girl say, "Indiana Olliccrs Found Guilt- Eliot, wiio last ear uepioren Bryan In Thaw on the conspiracy Indictment who used to flee from Mr. WE THANK OUR OLD CUSTOMERS FOP. THE the field on, less," while at the close of the dis- sinister Influence of a great civil ; was up for decision. account of her red dress now has a patch the careful reader will find having then led such BUSINESS THEY HAVE; GIVEN US. WE INVITE reformer as Mr. Wilson Into paths What other moves, If any, were daughter who can throw the enemy the following: of spoils politics, should again lay open to Thaw's counsel to prevent all over the face of the earth. "The men were Indicted under a on THOSE WHO HAVE NOT GIVEN US THEIR TRADE to Mr. Bryan, artd spare not. If it his return to the State where he was Btettjte Qf 1895, which limited the J? his sinister influence which is and had made many futwice tried Not all chickens are fond of corn. number of employes of the LegislaTO TRY OUR STORE. the great civil service re- tile eiforts to be released, those fa- Some raise a terrible fuss because ture and the salary they should be White House into use miliar with the legal procedure were they have even one or two. former in the PUUj.. The defense did not deny that of the public patronage to punish at a loss to forecast. 4he claim's had been signed and premen in the legislative branch of govTo those who had followed the The shot gun went off, the window-hasented, but argued that the statute fight against for failure to support all of a pane and went to the doctor. ol J 595 was unconstitutional, which ernment and policies of the executive. case it seemed that the was lost and returning to New York the acts The cops came In and took the book , was sustained by Judge Markcy." Bryan is doing this, the Civil that nothing remained but for the to court because it was mixed up In Why this attempt to mislead tho If Mr. often Service Reform Association should Sheriff of Coos county, N. H., touurn a case. The cat had some luck and public? The casual reader is his resignation or removal Thaw over to New York officers upon the mouse went with him. So there's deceived by the headlines In a news- demand INCORPORATED. Globe Democrat. the extradition granted by the Gov- nobody hoine but the door and It's in thunder tones. In thin case the indicted paper. ernor of New Hampshire, but stayed escape through a technicality. What Turin Smashing Results to Date. by the decision of Justice Aldrich, will the voters of Indiana do about It was the contention of President which was today reversed. We There's lots of Veflfcle around here ,U at the next State election? in Tariff Wilson and his Thaw may, however, remain In who would be great iTney could just think we can read that verdict. revision tha the outcome of slashed New Hampshire for thirty days, un- get the "ful" off. less his attorneys consent to his Rereor- rates would be: An effort Is to be made to 1 Increased production. moval sooner. This results from the who ble fog. The air seems vibrant, and land was Inherited by decedent from Wonder If those Grser ganize theA. S. of E., in the State export fact that the mandate of the Su? liave been shooting across bur bofxfcr heavy with some strange and name- his father and was In the posesslon. expanded 2 A greatly of Kentucky and the undertaking preme Court, carrying out its dc-- . ( should have the hearty and unquali- trade. fare supplied with hunting Hcensv. less force. The starved woodlands, of decedent at the time of his death, 3 Decreased cost of living. clsion, is not issued until thirty days In Kentucky, however,. We are per- .gpun't and gray, seem to hunger for and has been In the uctual possesevery old members fied support of That was the promise. But prom- from unless the attorneysfor mitted to hunt on adjoining farm the green of spring. The black, wide sion of decedent continuously for of that society as well as all those ises based upon theory do not al both sides join In requesting an earli- without license. Perhaps it Is ih 4fti$ta opens its atias and folds every more than 25 years. memwho have not heretofore been ways work out. We are no longer er issue of the order. In making the sale ordered I will same down there. one In its clutch. The trees seem to bers. It is the only farmers' organiLegal authorities who have followIts dealing with theory, but with facts, quiver with the restlessness of re- first sell al of said land subject to 'k zation which has ever benefited y ed the case pointed out that the widow's homestead and if It The kids have been boutm" Tot gret. members In a substantial way. Wc( and here are the facts: 1 production, with New York, with its custody of Thaw some time by the Christmas armisDecreased does not bring a sufficient amount Grange do cot mean to discredit the , Perhaps the wind walls so In Demany mills working on part time. secure, might now direct his Immedi- tice, but It's all over this morning and other orders, which have been cember for the summers dead, and all to pay the debts of decedent and t export ate trial for conspiracy or might an2 A greatly decreased of this action, thn I will sell' to time, but ami hostile operations will begin Im- sad sounds are nature's funeral cries In existence from time trade and, up to the time of the nul the indictment and return the mediately. 20 acres outright, which '. 20 acre of them carried the Is not. jjone for what has been and what Inprisoner to Matteawan, or it might plan for marketing. Some of them, breaking out of the war, a greatly Once more the sobbing "wind Is tract Is boundc and described, as folreturn him to the nsylum In desre-gar- d notably the Grange, did contemplate creased import trade. Gen. Sherman said, "war is hell," heard fierce and strong-- a cry like a lows: 3 The cost of living has not deof the indictment. buying, but the farmer and we all agree. The Democrats human wall. Beginning at Mrs. Hnrrlett BabThe consumer is getting say war Is the cause of present hard la more concerned about the selling clined. December brings winter, a season bitt's west corner; thence W. to Ike. Wages and Viee. dulower times. Then, Isn't that a hell of an of rapid dusks, the season when Brown's cad. The present condition of the no benefit whatever from corner, a beech; thence For 15 months the Wisconsin on imports. excuse for the hard times? tobacco market is a fair sample of ties ice streets glisten with rain and the with Brown's line North, so as to committee of the State Legisthe helpless lot of the grower, when,; glimmer of tho day's struggle while Include enough to makef20 acres on. lature has been studying and investi"What Kools We .Mortals He!" Notico to subscribers Please do through tho humid air is diffused the south end of Ben Neighbor's, the crop is dumped on the market, gating the vice problem In WisconMen whom luck favors pride themevery fellow for himself. There Is not bother us this week by bringing the nrcld odor of many smokes com- land, and being a part of the above selves on their shrewdness; those sin. in subscriptions. We haven't time tract of land described herein. do over crop of tobacco and the buybined Into clinging fogs. As a result a carefully prepared reers want every pound. Yet they are fail through their blunders blame port will be submitten to the next to take your money, and don't need The purchaser will bo required to December is the mouth of sudden It anyway. Our bills are all paid, able to raise the crye, overstocked, bad luck. deaths when the streets, glacial with execute bond with approved security General Assembly with strong recomVanity is the extreme of inability money. Why we don't wnnt any because a few hundred wagon loads mendations that certain laws now on money, my friends,nioro the curse of wind, the heat of life succumbs fast immediately after sale. is are thrown on them at one time. to see ourselves as others see us. This 9th day of Ducember, 19 H. to the mortnl cold while one's morose What this country needs is an en the statute books be repealed, that the American peoplo and Huh? What is true of tobacco is true of ERNEST E. BIRKHEAD, soul spreads the alarming thrill of present laws be amended. every other farm product to a great dowed institution for teaching girls Ah, what do we care what the Gover- unknown maladies. Muster Commissioner. The legislative committee was not nor of North Carolina said to the extent. It Is a life and death strug how to help mother? HEAVR1N & KIRK, Winter has come to rule the dying ' nay peupie arc nuiiwiiK up composed of reformers nor of men Governor of South Carollnu, hlc! "Very gle with the farmer now, and the Attorneys. year. Soon there will come the dawn who looked only on the dark side of i to the marriage license clerk s desk man who will not stand for his own of a more hopeful dispensation and and settling the home rule question. things. It was made up of conservainforpKt nn,i tim nf his nniphiinr. December. the world will be reawakened to the Ideas are the children of the brain, tive men, versed In business, llnance has no right to complain when his Bleak and dreary December closes glad notes of spring. Commercial and many, a good man has ideas. and the routine of commercial life. hard earned crop is taken from him Their investigation, covering, as It the wonderful drama of the year Appeal. without an adequate return. Get be- Here Is a problem for the eugenlsts. proceeding month has played And when a fellow says that he did a period of 15 months, was leis- Each hind the old A. S. or E. It is the only urely made. The result is a whole- a potent part. December, swiftly pas"admires your nerve," don't you be.Master Vniinls.oner's Sale. safe ship in the coming storm. some analysis of a situation that sing hovers over a hushed and hulieve It for a minute. Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. confronts every community in the miliated world. The end is near. Na-u- C. M. Tljo true way to be deceived Is to Fuels For the Farmer. Harnett, Admr., Humanity struggles sleeps. country. No farmer is perfect, but our mis- think oneself sharper than others. days and of the estate of Ben One notable feature of the re- through the cheerless Nature creates merit, and fortune Neighbors, deceased, takes can be reduced to a minimum Plaintiff. port is that It points out as the awaits the reawakening ,whlch will by intelligent reading and intense set It to work. vs. greatest"cau8e of commercialized vice follow the blasts of Boreas In JanThere are two kinds of consistenthinking. 1 Bell Neighbors, et al., Defendants. carry in stock a large use of intoxicating liquor. Con- uary. When the farmer fully realizes just cy In love; the one comes from con- the By virtue of a Judgment and order The drama of the year la wondertributory causes are public dance stantly finding new things to love in lino of how cjoscly hlsjnterosts are bound halls, madhouses, poorly lighted fully written. Each of the 12 month of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court up with those of his neighbor and the person we love and the other parks and public places, lack of re- has enjoyed a brief play upon na- rendered at the October term 1914, fellow farmer, then will farming be- comes from our making It a point of sponsibility by parents, uonenforce-men- t ture's stag;. Each has had some- In the above cause, for the purpose of Shot Guns, Rifles, Target Gunsr to be constant. honor come a profitable business. of laws by public officials, lack thing to do with the telling of tho paying the debts of decedent and The highest duty of the State and " None 'deserves to be praised for story. December brings the whole to dividing the remainder, If any, among goodness unless he has strength to of public amusements and recreation Federal government is" to place agria bleak and unpleasant close. the defndants as their respective inautomobiles. facilities and cultural education within reach of be bad; all other goodness Is most There Is this happy .thought, the terests may apcar.afer paying the The committee found that the wage often loath or weakness of will. U. only sleep- cost herln Incured and a reasonable And Every one complains of his memo- question had no material relation to woods are not dead but respectfully request yon . it The prosperity of the farmer Is ing. Naked trees oss In, each, pass- attorney's v fee for plaintiff, I will ry and no one complains of his judg- the girls' downfall. to can- - and see the largest with the prosperity of the The committee recommends that a ing wind, toss and sigh for the 'dear offer for sale by public auction at ment. tfttte and fundamentally, the welmorals court be established In cities dead, leaves they have lost, but tlicse the court house in Hartford on Mon- and beet .line of ShutpQuns. it fare of the people depends upon the of the first class, with exclusive juri- same leaves form a canopy to keep day, the 4th day br January, 191$, Kiftes, Amowhifion; Farm For Bale. cnlt I vat Ion of the soil. hidden roots warn until the sum- - about one o'clock'p. in., upon a credit About 56 acres 3 miles East of sdiction over all cases involving the ",,; u t a law similar .mons comes to awaken and don of six snd'twelve months) the fol- .brought fo'ttutf-ra.-" ' Mr. WIIsou'k Big Stick. Hartford on Hartford and Cromwell moral offenses: That rsprlng's virgin garniture. of green, - lowing described property" Good a)d!price There is ari angle of he civil ser- road, 1 Va elites from pike. Four to the Mann vet, applicable between , December Is an unpleasant month. Being a tract of land in vice reform problem, presenting a room cottage Id good repair. Ever- towns and cities and villages, be enT h 11 is a season of physical danger. Ohio County, Kentucky", "bounded and the WWQBt., Two acted; that a permanent state police It point of view which is just now be- lasting water at residence. 'established, with pow- Darkness 'creeps murmuring' quietly oescrmea as ioiiows; ing put in a clear illumination. The barns, tobacco and stock. Plenty of department be you early in the evening , On tbeNprth by the lands of 'Babi'. ;.- - president Is Ignoring, in their res- peaches and apples. All hill land, er to Investigate Immoral practices, about communities organize' December nights are profoundly bitt; on the West by the lands of pective states the appointments' to, but in very good, condition. Posses- -' and that local ilreray. ah snapes are blurred by Calloway; on the South by the lands federal offices recommended by Sen- - sion any time. Terms reasonable. private associations to assist officers ' the thaw of tenebrae. The muslin of Vlrge Renfrow, and on the East of tho law. -' In the enforcement " atprs C'Gorman of ew York, Heed I Apply to BARNETT &. SON, mornJng mists linger and by the lands of Sam Stpallwood. "Mi," This seems a drastic, but unques of the Republican Office, of Missouri and Martine of New Jer-- 1 - Containing about 84'aeres, add .which t HARTFORD, KY. Hartford, Ky. tionably sensible 'move in the right sometimes lapse Into an impenetra'.X' My, Little or no concealment is 23tf npfl'. uointr sun luruicr in uiiyu- 'sit' on. the Missouri senator Insisted nntlSenatc. voted ' S ro- - tt nil communlcatlona Addrcw Hartford Republican. t direction. It is only by such legislaBACK TO N. Y. tion that nuy state will be placed In a position to combat commercialized vice. HARRY THAW So much lins been said and writ- ten mi tho subject that the public jhns grown tired of It. The fact it is a great and growing evil U.S. Supreme Court Decides Never n week passes but what some distracted niothtr reports to the city Must Go Back. station tho disappearance of her daughter. The half has never been published, because It docs no possi ble good. The recruits of the fallen Opinion Reverses New Hampshire nro steadily garnered and Wisconsin has tnken tho Initiative In n way Federal Court In rt that promises the first real ' fight against the moral Famous Case. delinquency. s-- BHKn?EI C3C3'JlB- - MMM"""r- W FOR' lus i 1 heart-to-hea- - , Si-t- i to-da- 1 QJ&: Zs?0 ..- w. VALUES MERRY XMAS HAPPY NEW YEAR . .- M- .( ... L-- , or g now-movin- CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. A to-da- y, to-da- he-cos- anti-v- GUNS! GUNS! re y- kmuiinjliells, Etc' dc.ever to-w- il: 1 or-par- tl)e,.yy' a: " U. S. CAHSON 6rocervmn .- ,.."? -- ' -- V fj .. J I, fifc r - - ... .. , i Light free. refreshments will bo served MISS NANCY CLAY ' (Ye Thank You W ' The Ohio County I Court was In session Monday and Tuesday, wllli tiro fallowing Justices present: W. 8. Dean, S. V. Leach, II. V. Taylor, LWInson Smith, 1). K. lllco, H. C. Tlchcnor, L. A. McDanlcl and IM ASKS HEART BALM Kentucky Heiress Files a Breach of Hartford Col An accredited Higlv. School of the (irst-clus- ?. tt We would be ingrateful if we did not in some way express to our friends our appreciation to them for their liberal patronage during the year. While the year has rfot been what we had hoped it would be, still we are thankful to you for helping us make it an average year. We shall indeavor though the com ing year, to give you the best values possible. Re member this and that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Shown. . A large amount of work was trnnsnetod ill tho short session. Lit was decided to let tho road work ing for next year hy contract, and tho Hond Engineer, Mr. T. H. Hcnton, was directed to advertise for bids on tho various Hcctloim as heretofore. Judge Wilson presided at each session and County Attorney Smith was on hand to offer legal advice. S- -i Promise Suit. ' IMPORTANT The NOTICI: Farm Agency of the Con tinental Fire Insurance Co., of Hartford, Connecticut, formerly represented by A. C. Yeiser, has been transferred to me. I Also have the Agency for the Recording business in the following companies: Continental, Hartford, Aetna, Phoenix, and Fidelity underwriters, which includes the business written in all towns in Ohio Connty. These are all old line Insurance Companies. I will be glad to have you call on me or I will see you at your home for anything in the insurance line. E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartford, Ky. Office 'Phone, No. 66. Residercs 'Phone, No. 41. Resolution. At a church business meeting of members of the Hartford Baptist church held Wednesday night, the following resolution was presented and adopted. The church Is a divine Institution, purchased with the blood of Christ. Matt. 10:18; Acts 20:28. church Members of the blood-bougare exhorted to abstain from conforming to, and taught to keep themselves unspotted from the world. The Rom. 12:2, Jas. 1:27; 4:4. church Is commanded to withdraw from every brother that walks ls 2" The.' 3!p, 14.' orderly. There are certain sins named In the Holy IScrlptilres, which are so offensive to God that those who continue in them have no place In his 1 Cor. 6:9-1kingdom. Gal. 5:19-2Among these are adultery, fornication, murder, drunkenness, theft. Profanity Is condemned. Ex. 20:7. Avoidable absence from the meetings' Heb. 10:-2of the church Is censured. Those who do any, of these things wnlk disorderly, and should bo dealt with accordingly to divine At this point there Is command. littlo difference of opinion. But dancing is a practice about which the opinions of members of the churches nro more divergent. Therefore it is tho more Important that the churches make clear their position on this subject. "Revelllngs" are mentioned with other recognized sins. They are named among "the. works of the Hcsh", and in contrast with "the fruit of the spirit." It is plainly snld that "they which do such things shall not Inherit the kingdom of That dancing God." Gal. 5:19-2Is a species of revelllngs there can bo no doubt. Moreover the word here translated revellings Is defined lexiby the greatest Greek-Englis- h con In existence as denoting "a jovial festivity with music and dancing." Moreover dancing Is a worldly amusement. .Therefore to dance Is to be conformed to this world. It Is to walks according to this world, rather than according to the spirit. It Is disorderly. Therefore be it resolved by the First Baptist Church of Hartford, Ky.t 1. That this church is unalterably opposed to all disorderly- practices, such as adultery, fornication, murder, theft, drunkenness, profanity, dancing, avoidable absence from the services of God's houBe, etc. 2. This church Is unalterably opposed (o teaching others to" dailce, to taking lessons In dancing, to attending places where dancing 1s being: taught, to sending others to dancing schools, to- giving or to patronattending dancing-partleB- j izing, or In 'BBy way giving encouragement to such parties. 3. Anyvraeaiber of this church who'8ball do any. of these things shajl Vo be be regarded as'ln dlsorder.-aadealt with according' 4o apostolic 3:6, '14, command. 4. Tfcime. resolutions, shall be in force Itrim and;a4trtb.elj adoption ht 0; 1. 5. 1. d '2k$&1&9 lajtford Republican. f , ,he FRIDAY, DKCKMHKK S3 Icuha In tintrnm Jize a good school you could pot do ad, ,of naritfoird Col,e ' better. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Smith left yesMr It. E. Lee Slinmerman was In terday for Dawson Springs (o visit Luuisjllle this week. Mrs. Smith's father,-- Elder W. B. Collins made a business Wright. ' Mr R T. I trip tJ Louisville this week. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Bennett; of Mr. ,L.P. Neighbors, Olaton, called Beaver Dam, are the parents of a new unugiuer. norn eariy yesieruny to us while In town Monday. N morning. return- Attcney E. M. Woodward Miss Bessie Gillespie will return ffl VI lorday from u trip to Ilerrln. to Louisville Sunday after a visit 111 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boh Hoi H. i'. Taylor was In Leltch G1e,n,, tfid Louisville on business this Miss Mary Elizabeth Felix arrived week, jjesterdny from Boston to spend tho Ko It. It. Hay, wife and children, holidays witli her parents, Mr. and are tfc guests of Dr. A. S. I'ettle ami Mrs. F. L. Felix. lamjb Miss Hattie Glenn, who is attendMif Wiibe Smltlfleft Wednesday ing school at Bowling Green, Is at Ow- for a hort visit to friends In home for the holidays with her par- Cincinnati, Dec. 21. Miss Nancy Cluy, twenty yenrs old, an heiress, of I'nrls, Ky., and descendant of the distinguished Kentucky family of that name, now living at 434 West Fourth street, wants L. Ambrose Holyears old, of Bond lers, twenty-on- o Hill, to pay her $25,000 damaged for his nllegcd refusal to make good his promise to marry her. MIf-Clay's suit, filed this afternoon contains copies of a few of several score of letters and telegrams now in the possession of the girl's attorney, and which she says she received from Bolters while slio was living in Columbus, O., where, sho says, he visited her at frequent Intervals. Bolters Is now engaged to another, Is the claim of Miss Clay In her suit. Miss Clay Is n daughter of B. J. Clay, a wealthy stock raiser of Paris, Ky. Her mother died in 1899 and her daughter Inherited her mother's property, which included one farm of 122 acres In Bourbon county, Kentucky, and another of 210 acres In Madlbon county, that State. According to Miss Clay's statement in the office pi her attorney, she was introduced to Holters while he was on n business trip to Paris, Ky. About a year ago she says, the acquaintance was renewed when they met. after she went to Columbus, O., to study music. She has not returned to her home since, she said. In her suit she said she accepted Holsters' attentions as genuine and he paid many visits to her while she was living In a flat at Columbus. She says In her suit he promised to marry her first while visiting her at that address last March, and she alleges her present additional embarrassment Is duo to the fact, as she claims, that she placed too great a reliance upon his statement that he would marry her. Extracts from the copies of letters attached to the petition follow: "Dear and Sweet Nancy: You are all that anybody could be in this, world for me, 'sweetheart. Please remember, sweetheart, that the happiest day of my life will be on your arrival ln CIncy to stay." 'HpilestlyTHeaf, I wouldust love to come iip Friday night, 'but, dear it Is Impossible before Saturday. Oh, for Just one sweet kiss from, .you, dear, and I'would feel 1O0 per cent better. I can't tell you h6w much I love you."' "If you would come to CIncy I would Just love and kiss you until you would get, tired of It." . s -- 1 New classes will bo organized in Uiuli School work to accommodate students entering at tliac time. The work in the Normal Department will begin at the same time with a strong class. Free tuition to common school graduates. Pupils intending to take tho next examination for diplomas are urged to enter at the begiuniiig of tne term and not to wait 'till after the examination. Godd board at reasonable rates. For further particulars call on or address H. E. BROWN, HENRY LEACH, V. Pres. Pres. Ppj I Many Thanks To our many friends for the liberal patronage. Wishing you a merry Xmas and a happy New Year. Respectfully. HUB CLOTHING CO., HARTFORD, KY. druggist, will Eend- - by mall on receipt of 1.00. One small- -' bottle months' treatment, and seldom falls to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from this and other BUtes. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 OUve Street. St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. SOtr ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Glenu. Moore, of Kentucky Supt. Osna Sliults Is "at tho bedState Jnlverslty, Is at home for tho side of his father, Mr. M. N. Sliults, liolid '8. of Prentiss, who Is very 111. Mr. Mr Anirrew"01tnn7of Llverniore, Sliults, Sr., Is in his eighty-firIt sphdlng the holidays with rela- )ear. te el here. Mr. M. "AT'Bentoii, Beda. who has been at Gordon, Montana, and other Mr JohlTv7TlaTksr Birmingham. ,Ala. arrived yesterday to be homo point In the West sinco last May, 1 untl Wednesday. returned home this week. Ho .will Mand'Mrsr Orln Wallace, Cen- he here for several weeks. Mr. LevyHColemanrwhiTis engaged tral it? are" visiting Mr. and Mrs. In government engineering work In a. T Harnett. v was In town Wednesday and Mi and Mr. R. L. Dever spent Illinois, spending his vacaHe at Dun Thursday. d with relatives the dee J at week. vVw . ' tion with his parents at Paradise. Report has It that tho local light Mli GayleTlchenorwill leave where sue plant will be shut down next week Mond y for Centertown for repairs. Manager E. Q. Rarrass will Islt relatives. tells us, however, that this report is Mr Douelas FellxT "who Is attend plant will not School, arrived untrue and Uiat the lug ee Yale Law close. down until ufter the first of Hntur ay to upend, tho holidays. the yeart and then for only a few Ml. BlirafiethTiand'Beulah Moore days only,' while "tho repairs are bewill lave today for Dundee where ing made." JL. they ill visit the JVye Weler. Miss Wlnnlov Siniraerman gave a U....LL .. . .uson left reception ; for her guests, Masses Mu for V 'box Thursday, whereiBhc.wUI Brewster 'a"dutton 'Thursday, from spend be holhWs'wltb her parents. and from Ave tUUeven. Mr McHeury Holbrook, Chicago, Misses Mariam, Holbrook, and, Luclle Is s)i(i dink a few'daVwltk'Bls par- - Plrtle rendered music ..with vlplln ents, r.juq..lWt 1W T,wr,fcW and piano.,, Many gueatswere presMr William st ek-enthree-tUUfive ciihIioi ... wpww f0 t.5 wduiIiv on. business ntei with the taoo.iWfaiw"'. i. V Hn iMder Wtispii..UFnjwri - ent during the,8tated hjurs(andjwcce conwho la Uklwi , . a pos lty. , o1 lfUn6lB.lvkos for the noi- l-- days. ,.. A and Utile er, Ann, NashMfajrixeilyesterJu to BBend CbrrtaB'wlth rela- ' .V ttvea. mil Cobber - 1). , r- w - . royally entertained. The uew Methodist, .Church has titui accepted turn' tho .contractor. Mr. Paul Woodward, by, the bu'llJlng '6oamfttee, and will ba used fur Sun day Sebbol n?xt Sunday niorntng. A, new years reception wit be given by the ladles., of the church from a o'clock to 8 o'clock p. m New A'ears lay, to which .everybody Is InyWed, bythe church, ' '" J Dakota, "Wisconsin, Iowa," Illinois and some of the other States, there Is wonderful' work being done, and those States are wanting some of our products of which we have a surplus and no market, for which they are willing to- pay a good price , and wo cannot fill" their demans without an organization. They also SPEAKS IN BEHALF OF have necssltles that we want that can be had with a great saving to SOCIETY OF EQUITY us. Yet we can not secure these THE benefits without a movement. I am sure there would be over a million dollars a year Organization Only saved the Kentucky farmers If they A Splendid would only do as they are being urged and asked by the most Needing Help to Make . farmers of the country. It a Success. Some of the old members seem, to have a grudge at the A. S. of E. on account of mistakes that have been made, yet they themselves make hy The State Board of Directors, far greater mistakes In their busiAmerican Society of Equity, met In ness. There Is but oiie thing to do DeOwensboro the Bell Hotel that Is, bury the past and begin cember 17th at 8 o'clock p. in. with for be anew. Let a good attendance of the directors eternity and trust to the Daas well as other farmers from God for help and guidance In the fuviess, McLean and Ohio counties. It ture. We have learned much about was decided to defer tho State meet- organization that we did not know ing till later In the season, which In the beginning, so let us profit by meeting Is to be held at Hartford. Hie past and start again. The Board while In session made arI wish to beg and insist that all rangements, for an active campaign who can, will come out to hear these and In tho State during January speakers when they arrive, and be February. There will be active, benefited. If you do not Intend to well Informed men in the field from become a member, you will learn Minnesota and Wisconsin, who will something from these men ot talent, be prepared to tell the people of the and thereby be greatly paid for your great and beneficial work that is be- time and trouble. by the ing done Jn. tho North-We- st Yours for Equity, American Society of Equity. .There HENRY M.'PIRTLE. Is not a slngje man In the State who can not see the benefit that has been Htop That Cough Now. done in fills State by the A.'S. of E. When you catchCbld, or begin 'to If they will but only look back over Cough, the first thing to do Is to the past they will see how. foqllsh It It take Dr. Bell's has been .to. be gobbled up and led linings of the''Throat away by. other, organizations (he penetrates the Lungs and' fights tne'Germs ot sole 'object of whose originator lias anil, giving" quick relief and only a a destroy the A.,SV of E, the, Disease, been j'atural healing. "Our whole famiWe-caplainly see the benefit that ly" depend on for has already been done byataisj order Coughft and Colds"Srltes Mr.' E. and all Intelligent business men pay Williams; HaVallto'n,' "o, It always that the A'ftoftp., haiv done, wore helps, Sffc'at'yoiir druggist. 3 othw-or-- , ' for 'the farmer than any. L-LL2 ftftlution .Vet, as compared to Qtneri the worlttkaj brpclngJdoae-iStates (of whln. you' will soon hear The Texas WpsMr cures kidney .aR grave), if you" wjli attend1 these" meetings') 'MWr trouble dissolve vprk It can do here, we do cures dUbetcw,.weak tot) tame bucks, and tne raetimt,!na, nd( all Irregularities of not 'know the fullscope ot and ba've no Idea what,(tactua)-)- y the kidneys and bladder in both' man and wompit Jtegidatfe, bad,4er trou- nutans. In:' Minnesota, North and South UIW lU tllUUJCU .41 UV HirjVl VJ JVU. te es all-wi- se y. -Pine-Tarrllon- I When 1 in Louisville STOP AT THE 5th Avenue Hotel t FRANK ECKERT, Prop. I H.H. ECKERT, Mgr. I (I Up, European Plan : THE BEST UNDER THE SUN i Of only .talked. If we course "Best" you would be Justified 'in not 'giving ub your trade on .f ed. but we resogulze that In these stren' , uous searchlight days' ' WR MUST MAKE COOP, , You .know godd Peed when, you - i never know that VB cary such, an excellent 'quaHty unless you(letvua show Vou. ' n see )t as well as we do, bnyou will , W. E. ELPJS The Produce HAKTPOKBv MWcfeaat V '& nwnrCKV. '." m to stay home at nlcht nlono as a mark of respect to her memory. Every man has two brands of GOES TO FRONT philosophy one for himself nnd one for the other fellow. The honeymoon Is over long beBeing Carried to fore the trousseau begins to look Packages Arc shabby. Womon are not the only humans the Trenches in Auto-Q,- ., who lack sense of humor, Kor mobiles. there are the men who write the books of the musical comedies we attend In this country. Sometimes a man will complain Paris.Dec. 1. Only letters that aro dcTOid of nil gloomy news or utterthat this Is a cold, cold world Just ances arc permitted to roach the because he married a woman who hftndB of the French soldiers. This makes It hot for him. Anyway, you never sco a man who is In accord with an Irrevocable rule of the military authorities. They also Is drawing a big salary for what he Insist that nil communications must j thinks he knows. Father will announce that nobody be either unsealed, or written on but a Ding Busted Fool will argue postcards. One family claimed that it re- with a woman, then he and mother ceived letters from a son almost will argue for half an hour. A mail always goes with his daily, but after a month of war he had not received a single word from wife on his losses. But he makes it 0 when he shares his profits home. Investigation showed that each one of the letters written by the with her. Sometimes a girl gets a reputation boy's mother contained such words A6 "desolation" and "despair." She of being a prude when all that is ... llll 111.' IB IIIU tnni U n , 1. was told that her son was seeing UlU UlUllVI ...1,1. I.n.. to tltn 11H-- lll.lh enough desolation at the front and she knows her complexion would kiss did not need to hear about the de- off. You can got too muh of anything. spair at home. The style of the let ters changed, and now they are ar- A shoe salesman gets awfully tired of seeing feminine ankles. i riving promptly. An old fashioned stomachache will Cold weather and the shipment of warm clothing and other comforts to make a man tjult worrying about the soldiers tended to delay the deliv- the Crime of '73, the Sanctity of the ery of letters. The automobile club Ooiismutlon, the Monroe doctrine Tolunteered services and hundreds ,md the Robber Trusts. of automobiles carried packages to Every man likes to Ho about the Ahe trenches, until the Germans be amount of sleep he gets. The lad who came aware ui me arrangement, i ucj pounds his car for nine hours every captured ten motors cars filled with j night likes to tell you that he never packages of heavy underwear, jerseys sleeps more than five hours a night. sweaters, tobacco, cigarettes, cigars, After a man has worn shabby piputj twin i;ib,w cliu ubiiicio. kjiiiu clothes for twenty years to raise a ftind pother sent preserves cakes, half dozen children and support a wife, you are norvotiR, eald chicken and One package titat met with ah acci- not going to scare him when you talk dent ehroUte was found to contain about hell. He knows all about Hell. Cincinnati Enquirer. CTen a bottlo of perfume. NO GLOOMY NEWS ! FREE FREE HOTEL Directory Chlo County aPjrojToaifiiiOjnil POWHATAN JHSIIHGIDIL D.C. UOFAMERICANll Memoirs of Napoleon ; In a city where good lioteli abound, the Powhatan heads the Int. It It first la the heart countrymen. of Iti Three Volumes t This man caused the last general European war. His personal memoirs, written by his secretary, llaron Do Meneval, aie full of the ithm absorbinc incident's, especially in view of the present pient Kuro-pea- n struRRle. a hundred cats ago, his ambitions bathed the Continent in a sea of blood. Frjncc alone, under his leadership, fought Germany, Austria, Italy, and Great Britain iiti.iii.ui. sMr3TK,"",'ri-ijlivl- ' 50-S- O ''"' 30-1- Jut L Rus-Ma- , Get these Memoirs r Free By special arrangement w ith the publishers of COLLIER'S, The National Weekly, wo are enabled to olfcr a limc ited number of these scis of the Memoirs of Napoleon frrc with a j car's subscription to Collier's and this paper. The ffer is strictly limited to get sdvantagc of it you must act promptly. thrrc-voltim- lent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and II Mrrets, makes it a desirable headquarters for bridal, couples, touri't parties., contentions. Schools and colleges. , The Powhatan attracts the people of culture and education. Its uroximity to State, War and Navv Departments, also to man? points of luMorical Interest, makes this hotel especially to a discriminating pub lie. The Powhatan olTera rooms with detached bath at $1.30, 32.00 ar.d up. Rooms with private bath, 32 SO. $1.00 and up. "Write for booklet with map, The Tonhatan mined, ex. clume, and restful.' It excel 'sti Circuit Court T. F. Iltrkhcwl, Judge, Uen I), ltlngo. Attorney; Attorney Law IP. Mldklff. Jnller, Ii. G. lkirrass, Clerk; B. B. Ulrkhcad, Muster Com- HARTFORD, KY. missioner; It. T. Collins, TrusU-jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Slierlif, Will tiniotlce 1i!b Drvfstlm fn UiIj Deputies ri. A. llnitclier: land ftJJuiulng countlM. CVtmiixjrolaU Hartford. office deputies .Mis. S. O. Keonn nitd Hllinoru Keown. Court convenes first and Criminal PiuctJoj a Spei laity. I Monday In February and continues 'threo weeks; third .Monday In April, two woeKs; third .Monday In October, I two weeks. County Court John D. Wilson, Law W. C. 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Ws offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known V. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business carry able reactions and financiallyby his to firm. made NATIONAL, BANK OF COMMERCE. Toledo, O. Cure Rail's Catarrh upon Is taken Internally, directly the blood and muacting cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials aent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold y all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. . Black Collie Dor Suvcs Mnny Lives. Berlin, Dec. 1. More than twenty r lives have already been saved by a black collie dog belonging to an amBO3-B0- B Ssvanth Straeat, bulance corps of an East Prussian o. s. battlefield. In peace times, the aniIs a humble watch dog in the mal railway station at Halle. The dark winter nights and the snow made the work of finding the wounded especially difficult, but since the ambulance parties began Edition The ThricB-a-Wee- k using gogs In their search, few wound cA men have been overlooked. The Of The New York World dogs carry a red cross on both sides of their collar. As soon as night Slteilli's hale. comes, generally the only time in Pursuant to a judgment and under PntcUcntly a Daily at The Price or a which the wounded can lie searched Weekly. Xo other Xe.spaer for, the leases are slipped and the an execution which Issued from the i!og3 arc sent across Ilio battlefields. Ohio Circuit Court, I, or one of my in the World Gives so Much .Instead of barking when they lliul deputies, will offer for sale at pubat so Low ji I 'rite. a wounded soldier they bring back lic outcryc to tho highest bidder at some article of the victim's equip- the court house door in Hartford, ment, as a cap, helmet or glove. They Ky on Monday Jan. 4, 1015, beThe year ID 14 has bcon the most are then put on the lease and they tween the hours of 10 o'clock a. m., extraordinary in the history of modlead the ambulance men to the spot and '1 p. in., the following described outwhere the wounded soldier lies. In pioperty to satisfy said judgment ern times. It has witnesned the amounts to $"(. 13 with in- break of tho great European war, this manner hundreds have been sav- which terest at (J per cent from Jan. 20, a struggle so titanic that it makes ed on the different battleileltU. At first, some of the animals lear 1903, and ?11.30 cost recovered by all others look small. the searchers to men already dead, plaintilf in tho suit of Hagon Uros. You live in momentous times, anil b. II. C. Petty: but they learn with surprising ra' One-lui- lf undivided fnterest In IWUjJ"" should not miss any of tho tre-pidity to confine their attentions to or parcels or land on the wa- - mcmlous events that are occurrli: (tracts the living lera of Adam's Fork of Rough Creek, iVo other newspaper will Inform y ou V Kami Kor .Sale. anil bounded and described a:i fol- - with the Dromntncss and cheanness .. 150 Acres on Hartford and Rockpor lows, Eirst tract, beginning f Tirce.n.week edition of the road, 1 2 miles from Uroadway and ut a whiteoak. tlience W. S poles, X. v y , Worl(i MoreoVer a year's ami l miles iroill t(ocipori. acnooiaouso iu poies iu an asn aim adge of farm a,nd church near, .dogwood; thence X .14 poles B. 192 Into our next Presidential campaign. on Three roads jiass dwelling houso poles to a hickory, whiteoak and World's reguTho Thrlce-A-Wee- k which Is ou Hartford It. V. D. Xo. walnut: thence K. 131 poles to a lar subscription price Is only $1.00 I- Most of land pertectly level. Any Bum and dogwood near the Hartford per year, and this pays for 15C paon; desiring to purchase farm will do & llardinsburg road; thence with pers. We otter this uuequaled newsweOl to investigate. Price reasomv said road 245 poles to the beginning. paper and We, Apply for further information 'containing 134 acres, save and except THE IlAUTKOKl) REPUllLICAX BARNETT & SON, Ag0nts. 7 acres off Hie X. end of tho above to a tract, conveyed to A. G. together for one year for .$1.(15. itlescribed The regular subscription price of I.uku Msliiike Sayh. Teel, leaving it net acreage of 127 tho two papers is 32.00. What has become of the old fash- -' acres. Joned novel in which the heroine' Beginning at an Second tract: yt&s a decent girl who married tho abh, hickory and dogwood at the S. hero and lived happily ever after? E. corner of Lot A; thence W. 8 poles A woman never answers a tele-- J x. 95 poles to a whiteoak and The most economical, cleansing and phone ring until she takes tlmo to blnckoak; tluhco X. 14 poles, E. 110 germicidal of all antiseptics Is wonder who It Is that Is calling. poles to an ash sugartree and dog- A girl Is very dear to a fellow! wood; thence E. 95 poles to a hick-whe- n ho, proposes lo her. Hut not'ory, whiteoak and walnut at S. E. half as dear as she is about five corner to A; thence, S. 14 poles years later. 102 poles to the beginning, contuin- - A soluble Antiseptic Powder to Before marriage a man will take ing 113 acres, total in both tracts be dissolved in water as needed. fifteen scconds'to wrlto a sweet noth- - 240 acres, and being the same land As a medicinal nntlsoptic for douclics Ins In a lovo letter, and after mar- - Inherited by said 1). C. Petty from In treating catarrh, Inflammation or rlage It will take him fifteen years his father, J. W. Petty, deceased, and ulceration of nose, throat, and that to explain what ho wrote. more particularly described and ro- - caused by feminine ills It has no enual.. s The reason why a girl makes such ferred to In Mortage Hook No. 6, For ten years thv Lydla K. Pinkham a big fuss when n follow tries to'ltlss jpago 465, Ohio Cdunty Court Clerk's ModlclnoCo.haa recommen'edPaxtlno lier is beeauso she is afraid ho might office, and in Deed Hook No. 44, page ,n tholr Pf'vuto correspondence with hCl1 iP,?Ve? Us 8UI,erl1orlty- 37C, ftme'ohW. fult trying before lie got the kiss. A ma,, never realizes how lonely' on aVthe property of II. C. Levied 'worth ItaTelgiua his Wlfei"ntarrn'd Hfe must huve Petty. TeVms' M 'nioftihs time. druggists. f0o. largo box or by mall peen umu ;ie juecs ncr ana ne uas S. 0. KEOW.V, S. O. C. Tho Pastoa Toilet Co., Doaton, JIa83. " Notice. Notice is hereby given that Eliza Murphy, J. G. Ballard, Jas. J. Ballard, Albert Cox, Chester Roach Pal Coots, J. E. Hendrix, W. M. Murphy, V. A. Clark and J. L. Miller, have filed petition in the Ohio County Court, and on the 5th day of January 1915, and will move the Judge therof to establish a public road as follows: Beginning at the corner of Marvin Chappel Church lot, on the Hartford & Hawesvllle road; thence a general Eastwardly course over the lands of J. L. Miller and James Hoops, James T. Davis, Evelyn Davis, Amanda Davis, Fannie Daffron, D. E. May, Mol-li- c Baize, Pal Coots TIce Baker, J. L. Miller and Shelby Lee, Daisy Baize, W. H. Davis' heirs', to the Hartford & Hlnes Mill road, about 300 yards S. of the iron bridge on Hall's creek. This notice Is given in compliance to Sec. IS, page SO, Acts 1914. In testimony wherof, witness my signature this 14th day of DecemT. H. BENTON, ber. 1914. County Itoad Engineer. -" Repairing and Dyc- ing neatly done. Ladies work given I special attention. I Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. 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Hedrlck, Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. metitB every second and fourth Sat-- 1 uilday nights lu each month. Tom' Williams, Council Commander; W. C.I BUpfAff. PaTTTDUC Wallace, Clerk. C cf,cJ '"r 'yf. perfect fit, i Sunshlno lllvo No. 4L'. l. o antt k reliability nearly 41) j ears. S.olj'ln ,fei,i meets every first und third Friday ery cltyanU town In the United Stales "n? nignis in eacn iiiontii. Mrs. Attyo f Caruai, or by mail direct. More sold hj, any other make. Send lor lice caulopue, uriffln, iidy Commander; Mm. H McCALL'S MAGAZINE B. Jllsclike, l.ady Hecord Keeper. .... . Mnr, ,lili..ritr. .I.am Ke)stoiio Chapter No. 110, It. A." maBalno-mllli- on month. Inwluable. IjU t styles, p.itlrrn, ilrenmaklnir, m., meets every tnuu saturdiu' night plain aewlnir, lanry needlework.fiulriliei.lnj in each month. John T. .Moore High etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only 60 I'rlest; w. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. year (wortR double). ncluillnB a hee oattel, suuscrroe today, or send for sample cpy AMERICAN SOCIETY OK EQUITY. VONDCBFUL INDUCEMENTS Stato Officers President, J. H. lo Agents. Postal brings premium caUlocur Princeton, Ky.: Vice Presl. jI and new cash priteolTers. Address dent, J. II. Hurnoy, .Muhlenberg Co.; fHC UcCUL C9 Si to Hi W. JTlh Sh, NEW V0t Sccrotary & Treas., S. O. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. H. Hartford, Ky. Members State Exocutlve Hoard-B- en Watson, Webster county; J. V. AND CURE THE Dunn, Daviess county; IlUnry l'lrtle, LUNGS V Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin county; C. Q. Davenportt, Warren county. WITH Ohio County Officers S. L. Stevens, President; Henry Plrtle, S. E. Bennett, Treasurer. er I Wod-nosd- nd. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday ARTI-IU- R aft-- j Attorney at Law U. KIRK f r W. H. RILEY 1 Hartford, Ueai-net- Collier'! Collier First i in Clubs Sun-Ida- V - - .N,-- t n'-- t 1 V , 1 f f i i , Ual-mai- n, KILLthc COUGH Sec-rotar- y; Dr. King's COUNTY Ky. 1. O. 2. T. BOARD OF EDUCATION. Osna Shults, Chairman, Hartford, New Discovery OoycHa u UU3 I'VZJBX ' luS,' J JC. tH.W. BuclbM. ,?"KSW5?.m.i (' Vi OMtli, ( UBUi . aLSMmMmJfkA . h. Terry, Hartford, Ky. J. Brooks, Fordsville, Ky. 3. Ira Rozarth, Olaton, Ky. 4. H. O. Autry, Balzetown, Ky. 5. E. O. Austin, Prentiss. 0. J. L. Brown, Rockport, Ky. FOR - pnrrt? Trial RciHlV sr... ":!r.l .S". ,..,"!? f;u"uTnouoLEs, uinr,jT u.r.JfUWJJJCD. EAJ?A?i,ED SATiafAciouii w i trfm ,ri.irWaat-BUtJeiLSt.v- ir .!, nMMroiWi t IlootcvU on tlio Lecture I'lnt- - fifteen h furnaces aro acform. tive; two blast furnaces, D and E., aro In commission, and tho rail mill Thrco thousnntl pcrnons who wish- Is on half time. only. ed to hear Col. Uoosevclt toll of his Everything else is down, and as South Amorlcnn adventure found the a consequence s of tho reguauditorium nt tho Museum of Natur- lar quota of employes are off duty. al History packed, and were turned Thcro Is no lack of fuel. Coal and away last night. Lntcr on tho pa- coke nre plentiful. Tho Infants and Children. strike In tient ones woro rewarded, when the the southern fields does not nfoct colonel addressed an overflow meet tho steel mills. It is n lack of or After Foot Tears of Ducooraging I had gotten so weak I could not stand, ing In tho rotunda of tho building. ders for finished products that holds and I gave up in despair. an hour before Col. them back. IUeblo Vindicator. For half BaTRji Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave Uoosevclt arrived tho crowd stormed At last, my husband got me a bottle of -- I ALCOIIiii i i the doors and rotused to mpve when Tho I.lvcr Regulates tho Hotly; n ?.'' Up ia Despair. Husband Cardul, lhe woman's tonic, and I comthe management posted a Iiuro sign HIiikrIsIi I,Ucr Needs Care. cimiiVi- - X i stating that tho auditorium could not menced taking It. From the very first Someone has said that people with Came to Rescue. HngK SuuacbsandOiMS accommodato another person. At Chronic Liver Complaint should bo dose, I could tell it was helping me. 1 times the police guarding the portals shut up away from humanity, for can now walk two miles without its JvulLJLfeHT(fiijnH wcro almost swept from their feet they are pessimists nnd see through ns tho throng was hurled against n "glass dnrkly." Why? Because Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing ali ,.;y work." Promolcs them. rj,rxj mental states depend upon physical from this place, Mrs. Dcttie Bullock If you are all run down from womanly ncssnn(lltesi.Coniainsnciatr i)II1loii8iicss, Hcadaches.Dlz-zlnes- s At 8:30 o'clock Col. Itooseyelt en- states. writes as follows : "1 suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try jjiHinijMorpninc norJlincral tered tho hall, acompanled by Dr. and Constipation disappear afll II Narcotic. Henry Falrlleld Oshorn, president ter using Dr. King's New Life Pills. years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped Sis ""SSSaSSSl of tho Museum of Natural History. 25c at your druggist. 3 tliis time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 nntl ueorgo K. Cherrle, one of the .& JiwnJi.i while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should Tho Cost of "New Freedom." naturalists who went on the South American trip. According to Bradstreefs, the all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has j4wtSml Tho Colonel was smiling, nnd fre- month of November, 1914, saw a in my left side. sold Cardui for years. He knows whal lutaimi Mt IlirtnSrrt- quently waved his hand as ho made larger number of business failures CMirit Supjr , The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomhis way to tho platform. He stood by nearly 10 per cent than were reMM J hero amid thunderous applause, ported in any proceeding month ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. Ancrfcct Remedy forCrmsCra-- I 1 beaming on the audience and clearly since Jnnuary, from which the de- soon confined to Write to: Ion , Sour SloiaidUllarrtoa my bed again. After Advisory Dept.. Chattanoora A1ii-ll.ita crease In number was S.3 per cent Chattanooga, Tenn.. for SpeetaJ pleased at his reception. Worms 1 listructionj on vour e. ml A4.n.. hb and an Increaso of 23 per cent as that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treauaeot (er Women." sent in plain wrapper. Home Dr. Osborne Introduced the colonel 6 nessanJLossorSLELV. as "one of tho leading American compared with November a year ago. FacSinnb Signarurf of naturalists," and Mr. Hoscvelt plung- The failures for November were as against 1,233 for the same ed into his story without any preHo spoke In an Informal month in 1913, 1,103 for November, liminaries. NEW YORK. manner, keeping his voice at a con- 1912, 1,092 in 1911 and 94C in 1910. versational pitch most of tho time. Even In November, 1893, the year panic, the The audience hung on every word and of the great Free-Tralaughed on the slightest provoca- failures were more than 100 less than J8) Guaranteed under t he h In November, 1914. In November tion. With the aid of a large map. Col. of this year the liabilities were Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC CINUUNCOiMMr, fttHf Y6AII CITY. and the assets $13,503,719. Uoosevclt pointed out the route taken by his expedition. The famous In manufacturing lines the November "River of Doubt" ho referred to as failures this year totaled 480, as "tho Unknown River." He praised against 327 In November, 1912, unPrompt Attention and Good Service. his associates, and declared that the der a Protective Tariff an increase Free-Traexpedition would have come to of nearly 50 per cent under the TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, Tariff. Among tho merchants naught without them. Soon came the sensation of the and traders there wer, according to evening. Everybody knew there Dun's report, 1.2G4 failures in Nowould be one. Reflections on the vember, 1914, against 806 in No "cannibal flsh" were dispelled when vember, 1912, an increase of more No Money tho colonel told of a remarkable spe- than 50 per cent over the Protecin Advance g Sntinfao cies of ant, known as tion period of 1912. Surely AmHon Gnnr ants." Theso vicious insects earned erican businesses paying a heavy K, osloed the respect of the colonel by devour- price for the "New Freedom." LownntNet .- ing his clothing one night while he Foot ory $1.3E Price t r t was fast asleep. Chamberlain's Cough Iletncdy The The Republican and Louisville Herald End i Mothers' Favorite. "I had put my pith helmet on the Term A Globe-Democr- at 1.76 ground beside my bed." he explained, "I give Chamberlain's Cough Rem- The Reptblican and St. Louis Saving oi S1DO to "and in the morning when I looked edy to my children when they have The Republican and Home and Farm 1.50 .5 2 on for it I saw, not a helmet, but an colds or coughs," writes Mrs. Verne Prom Fno A STARCK unending procession of ants bearing Shaffer, Vandergrlft, Pa. It always The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k Owensboro Inquirer 1.75 lory Direct it away. They got my red handker- helps them and Is far superior to any chief, too. Dut that wasn't all. When other cough medicine I have used. The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 IN YOUR 1 tried to dress I found that they I advise anyone in need of such a OWN HOME wens Doro inquirer 3.56 had eaten one sock and most of my mddlcjne to give it a trial." For The republican ana uany We will mIiIii ou a beautiful Starck Piano for 20 iljvs" free, irinl. In vnur , underclothing." u.m ..i.i- - i,iU,n ...... lomo. No cash nasment renuirrJ All u- - nir i. tii. t .. m The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k sife. y ,all dealers. O'boro Messenger 1.76" tt.d lust tills Plant) lor 30 davit If. tit the ml nr thnt iinm iin n..r m.,.i it n... . .: "Leaving the ants, tjol Roosevelt Iilfthcst Rradc. nncctcst tone ami nnc.it piano In every wnj, that jou have ever money, oti are ill perfect llbcrtv to semi It back, and we will. In that hern for the abruptly switched to some weird ln- Trying to Prove Prosperity. 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer both uats. This star.--k Pi.mn mint mnw i...r,,i ..iih Vnn luent. rai- - the pr there Is no sale. sects that look liko katydids and The extra efforts of the New York make a noise like a steamboat whls- - newspapers to "play up" prosperity The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 Siva $150.00 or Mara Easy Payments , tie We thin .lirrrt ta von frmn our ffirtnrT. At He said that it was a long time are altogether praiseworthy In so far Vo.1 pay n.i rash down, but alter 30 days trim tint save you upwards at 1150 OJ In the of trlil, jou can biffin pjjim-n- on the low 1.60 before he could believe that' they as they produce any tangible result. The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer eer tuffgted by a piano fwt of your pljtu. Vc suirante." to furnish ri, easlmt . termTlieie terma arc arransej to really were responsible iiunufjciurt-ru a ortirr ptsno lor the money than sou can for all the It Is barely poslble that a merchant Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer 1.50 v re clievrberc. Yoti areasathvd ot rnvoltiit ault conrfnlfoee. and it is possible for noise Every morning he shook about whose trade has gone to nearly noth-tln- g, The iitlsfartory swtct toned durable high Tni to hny a pVino for your home, without , iHnlrir the money. bugs out of his shoes, a half pint of or a manufacturer who has aiarcn U he said. notes coming due and nothing to PlaytfaNaiiM KTrtT Starck riann U Other wonderful species of life pay them with, might find It easier i Starck art W guaranteed lor 55 jcara. lure eoastJnlly on hind the bet ami mnt Imiutl Col. Rosevelt told about included to borrow money or to extend his pajiutnbH of .llichtlr Vnl lnje nMnnrtlr" bi tock Player Piano on ma rt It our 3i rears of dIioo and frroml hanJ ilino of aB ful flsh that ato monkeys, butterflies as per. We hope It may prove so. But market. You will be deexperience, and the repu umUrd nuVn taken In lighted with the many exlargo as birds, fire ants that live in bankers are matter-of-famen and chir.R" for nrw Sttrrk I'lanoi tation or nn cm eitat:iiiro clusive features of theas . The follow. nipomiuic piino doum. and wonderful Instrument, and trees, carnlvero'us ants that eat any not easily jollied by newspaper reIn j are a few ample barfitns. will be pleased with the 50 Frat Music wry low prlcei at which animal crossing their path 'and mul- ports as to optimistic conditions WHY $110.00 Weber A MONTH NOT MAKE they ran be secured, g Ltssons 92.00 Stclnway titudes of snakes. which they well know do not exist. Plane leak Free 90.03 ChickerlDE To mn' mircliiicr of You could havp heard a pin drop Trust the average banker to know Send today for our new Surrk I'laifM, we gic Irce $50.00 a Week, almost $10.00 a Day Kimball 95.00 when he told of how Mr.' Cherrie sat all about that. If he didn't know he beautifully Illustrated piano inutlc la one of 195.00 Starck hook which (rites you a the lint knon ichooli In four hours in a tree, entirely sur- wouldn't be a very good man for his Belllne Victor Safe and boxes Urge amount of InformaOilciso. Thorj Ktion you Send for our hirst complete to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and tion regarding pianos. This nn Ule Id yotir on home, rounded by fierce peccaries until res- job. As to the newspapers, they aro second hind bargain list. f armers.all of whom realize the need by mill. Ixiok will Interest and This rrorcwntt of a sate, but do not know how easy It is toown cued. And the ant-catplease you. Write today. koe ycar'a free Inttructlon. that walks apparently bound together In a benone. Salesmen declare our proposition one of 1343 Starck BIdt.. CHICAGO I on the side of its foot Instead of the evolent compact to prove prosperity, s . A. STARCK PIANO CO.. opportunithe best, clean-cu- t ties ever received. Without previous experiflat part. All were there, and more. whether or no. A day or two ago ence YOU can duplicate the success of others. catalog Our handsomely illustrated The colonel enjoyed telling of them a reporter on a New York dally made will enable you to uresent the subiect to cus and the audience enjoyed listening tho following statement: tomers In as interesting a manner as though you were piloting tlieiu through our factory. Men appointed as and, altogether, it was a very happy "On Sunday I got a cut In my sal- salesmen receive advice and Instructions for selllmr sales, eivlnrr convincing talking points which It Is Impossible for a prospective Customer to deny. WM evening. ary. On the following morning I don't YOU be the first to apply from your vicinity before someone else gets the territory! was ordered to bring in a 'prosperity' We can favor only oue salesman out of each locality. DAILY BETWEEN C !irflil?fc'Pyw IbWSJ The2Sth anniversary of out It Heally Does Relieve KheuniatiMii. story. If I failed, I needn't come company was celebrated by f,lsfcssirJ!aUilK,t?'?WUi SSfcv. CLEVELAND aassV erecting the most modern safe Everybody who Is afflicted with back at all." factory in the world. WideS.PtUFFALO awake men who received our We know this story to be true. Rheumatism in any form should by special selling Inducement, -ssdsrcd Itueoeasrr all means keep, a bottle of Sloan's We could give the reporter's namo, BBaBalaMs32tf-yJ7'iJ.I. oar output. We am apcnstlm Liniment on hand. The mtnuto you but will not, lest he loso his job. MrmZ3EfM-rr-, many thousands of dollars --a -- iJ lsrziui; our sales organliatloaj vr.s saisasaswwiJs. j ;jfi;xi'. feel pain or soreness in a joint or In these Free Trade depression but to learn all particulars'. 1 will cost you only the price ! muscles, bathe it with Sloan's Lini- times tho "prosperity" road is a postal card. pno to travel, alike for the newsment. Ho not rub it. Sloan's pene- hard u- LWW Ask for Catalogue 1 6 T. They iiiz ciwvr M "J i ' !" tm.t! tut 111 purni trates almost immediately right to papers and tho reporters. T ... am .. . ..l. . . il.rn'.'ll our sympathy. tho seat of pain, relieving tho hot. have titJ.eut.1 !...,r . I n,- ." THE VICTOR j S)4 LUul.a.ftsurihowurM. UtcniM tot . tender, swollen feeling and making Sick Two Years With Indigestion. ManntSteacra"SECA:0; BJi'.-ALO. the part easy and comfortable. Get a SAFE & LOCK GO. i..y lai top.use. aai "Two years ago I was greatly benDaily -- CLEVELAND ar.d m. e.oo bottlo of Sloan's Liniment for 25c l.jA.as. "I. n't I, C1HCIHHATI, OHIO of any druggist and have it in the efited through using two or three Art.ttf liuLjlj Capacity 20,000 Solus Annually. Our New Home. Ceia.'ifT Point.. I allrowl llclrla house against Colds, Soro and Swol- bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets," .r . vl.,,r. rjll.1.l J.I ; J fl.l ". , , t. len Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and writes Mrs. S. A. Keller, Elida, Ohio. te.d...t - l.eru :li.velul" I L..,k). I fr.. J ll.u.lr.1 ,u.,r u.tlriilfor llrVct. li like ailments. Your money back If "Dofore taking them I was sick for TKAH31T CO.. Clov.l.nd. O. THE CLEVELAND U DUFfALO Sold not satisfied but does give al two years" with Indigestion." "? m Ladies! Save Money and Keep ia most instant relief. Buy a bottle by all dealers. Style by Reading McCali' 3 s Bl'CKBEE'S BULBS SUCCEED. Magazine and Using McCall Patterns ESPECIAL OFFER' I.nck of Orders. OVER C5 YEARS' YcCaTsMaastnaul!l Bnekbee's "Pull ol Life" Northern Gra-New rMd to build ou & EXPEnlENCE ltc'p yen Uri-- i "t ! MSC.ULS MAGAZINE ' Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation ol vSvearscal It Is slow going at the steel works iwrmanut cuav " r . trial will nukii . ! liUlf nt a io niijaiaCLian vuATainLtttMi oriour . inoiAP. .f.TiTr.r successlul seed grouine bchliiu luera. It pays r.tik.u.u t, Li opin,; none rviunutni all this week. There Is nothing best. blant the 'e r.ll..ll..naajMBlUWtaiaTlla. you poMo'l on tl"i Seasonable Specialties: juuvchu bvuBtiiuHii. ":...r. as a general thing. Noise Issued fashions i r tlta LtUvvlaiat Wsmtiful fwtUi Urtjb UfsuUtii. fsMtke UtaV BtSANS iluiUts i (I I ,i. W Us. ftWlasi IriJ, tdtUw, UpstfMU, f Uth, VptU Earliest Red Valentine . . $3 50 Bushel from only a few departments and aUai WuW BaWwAB. CfiH.Ciiiass4 sj. Aim). baV4li. fcw rrttb i lcjlrp , . Jj as Bushel Relucee Ii.tr Early iftftlMUsV r 1mu Xf DtU TU. hrrst TUb. TsariKtui rath Issun. .t o the smoke clouds lmvo diminished. KBKBBBBBBVaflian I rlls)g Tmllf, Of Nsvt Stringiest Green Pod . Jj 70 bushel rMk, ftsjsMa t4 ihs BjMiAtu, Muablo Informal!"!! MJijMUMiayiW'pa't'-Warduell'a Imp. Kidney Wax ft 50 bushel Men are standing around idle evUCAlKAftTalB TO PLEAHK ui nil hoiro aud rer Davis New Whte Wax . . $4.75 Bushel Trade Marks ev WVfttf (O'dsy Miatioa thl Patur I du.y mil! ci.mi.-r.!- . Currie's Ku.t rroof Wax , $4 w Bushel DESIGNS erywhere and aro spending a lioll-- . E)c n yjar Including ALLF.N 37 $805 HtiND 3S CQ1NT& .lUUe rnVRIOHT9 AC. PEAS. . 1 1 50 Bushel day week. No orders is the reason I osmt MrtftC IU4 tIiMUsj 4 FwUssf 4 a freo pntturn. hub DEALER In each WANT a" WE Extra Early Alaska . sending a rteteh and descriptlnn ma Via mj HfliiltlWIiM, iafMMM, VUM rsHsU4. territory in unto txtlcy or ti'tid itfi.Vki. ..Triulii our ontuloii free licther au New Early Cradus . . . . 50 Bushel H assigned by the C. F. & I. Co. for tho toun In bouthern Ohio, adjacent entire state W. I aaLatiai , BillMan riMl bItU fjr Crco samplo copy. ol lrjliila. Southern Indiana aud llorsford'a Market Catdeti . fjjjUuahel V7' m 0rmaMas0fa4la rf e tUawat, enwnfui Mmm i Buckbee's Lightning Express $ 00 Bushel slowness of the mills, and such has Kentucky to take on our line of IXWIS, AI.LUN McCall rtirssMlonautayou to nuike In yoar twm iu MM 11 ! ww Mia UrfUMtw l i$i good, Uhiorti omJiiiy w asvva Co. Our ran SIXL and MUZ automobiles. I listftTMfllM recelrs ! 1U MMs. Ui stUH MM Uaj Oftuhouio whlivoirinui hniidi (lulhliutfuf Lettuce. Radish, Tomato and a full line of J SteiS taken turc.uth Mutiu 4 iXlaMasg 1 roni MM nm ftisWUT. youtsoif ami rlilMrnn ntiich will Uo perfect :eds, I'hitiU and Bulbs at lowest growing price. been the statcmnt made time and satisfy the owners, and you make MON K . ie laniotltt. without cbarito, la tna a 1168 BUCEBU ST. u npno tilclier than li In style ahd lit. I'rli-Send for complete catalogue or submit a list al again in these columns from infor-fatlo- n $473 up; also one at 419. This is to good ehinn.a kH. W. feettM take on BOCXTOaU), ILL. lor an established Auto Dealer ceau bund for freo. 1'auorn Catalogue. your requirements and wllfuuole price. SciCMlitic gathered from sources hat line ol popular cars, or (or a live Buy direct from the grow er Savo Money. Ws Will Crr Y.a Fu Prtssats for aetUns; sub. open-hcart- j JMt!!'I CASTORIA for two-third- t I HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE ' PASTDPiJ The Kind (ft Always i You .Have Bought m few fe" Bears the Signature of kot U AW I Use -n For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA de $24,-87G.2- JAMES & CO., Plrst Class Liverymeri Centertown, - Kentucky. Starck Pianos de "leaf-bearin- OUR CLUBBING RATES. i IP 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL . u I I t jrad-an- o. ir f OR.V--n:-ran- r Address all orders to Player-l'ljno- ul THE REPUBLICAN. $2005 ct PUrrr-PUno- -- That's lcA4-nf- er m fire-pro- well-to-d- o money-makln- ' f Fare 3 OS fct' ;" , . eSlV . .... A ...V: - '"""'" "".,,, " to-da- SEEDS Dealers Wanted BULBS' HaMVtWfcD. -- i!iiV.J!life! MMM. "" do-lu- g, .l i:t. o-- ftUa . awa led wee f 1 A 11 nlde-aak- e sMswIt (MiftJisMa' aWU - jwsfa ariatsuas. 1 K aUB fattUM r quick-sellin- riiiJisUii u a(7 i icj imtwwiiiiT- - ,00 lournat, HaQiitjw&li if. iaiymi (3 r a Terma. nawatdcalen. sjj i' f Write today. Mention tbla paper. UUlKUXtiSs., H. W. BUCKBEE are authentic. Of all the many departments only belts Strthnat BaUf4s. a few are in operation. Four of the lll'sTI.KK Htth a little money and barklig to get business. Write Into a first (lass money-makinquick (or particulars to the Factor? MutU St., llacionati, Oblo. UUTOItS COM 'AN V, ti-- n f. mCJOLapm.a3l.2TisKsii.HWrI tcriptiouiatponiMtJurlllcnds. HCAdforfrt 1'renilum Catalogue aud Cash Prii OtTer. ' " H i i 'VI ! LATEST 'j WAR NEWS ' Pcruna is not a new and. untried remedy our grandfathers used it. Fifty years ago it tras on sale, nearly every drug store in the country can supply It. -- It it recognized as a household remedy in thousands of homes for coughs, colds, gripT catarrh and those troubles arisias; from such disturbances. TODAY4 IT IS JUST AS EFFECTIVE, JUST A S RELIABLE AS EVER AND NOTHING BETTER HAS Monday. .'Knisln. Field Marshal von army, which Is advancing ml' Warsaw over a wide front between the Vistula and the Plllca llj,vcrs, and which on Prldny occu- on Saturday yfe'd Lowlcz, reached tho new Russian posltlos along the Bzura Hlvcr and southward to Uawa, wJlh the result that another big battle Is In progress. The Russians retired across tho Rzurn Illver, deploying tho bridges behind them. Two German detatchmentB which followed over a partly burned bridge vripG attached niul are said to have j I I ' BEEN DEVISED AS A READY-MAD- E MEDI-CIN- E. , buu.nnnihilnted. urloutt The police at Italy had difficulty In Keeping down riotous demonstrations hi celebrations of the anlvenary of the rteath of Ohcrdnnk, who organ- iua an unsuccessful plot to nssinato Kinperlor Francis Joseph In ISS2A Prince von Buelow, tho former German Chancellor and now Ambassador to Italy, ban been received with great cordiality at Home by King Victor Emmanuel. tfiHUte In al (ttt-iiiuny- ' I.lfiilit Thnar Trim ohjrrt Klrrllrlnc mill flail rrrunn '1'nii-If- lt n atntlrtitilr rrmnlr for,, I'.VTAIUUIAI. COMHTIO.VO. v I V r B. Holbrook, Commander Norman commander of the submarine You may talk about dull times 'till you ljse Whlch torpedoed a Turlsh battleship man who used The your breath but help matters, save your Dardanelles to be a champeeii checker player now running the after Bell Telephone. breath to talk into blockade. hns a sou who conies home every S.S4 night with ii pocket full of pool Ring up old customers, start on a fresh list 10.44 checks. 4.01 none that TIiur.du) . of prospects, there is no quicker Thuro was n time when n woman TI111r.Ml.1y. A rumor Is In circulaexpense. saves more time 1.65 tion In Rome that Emperor Francis wanted the hist word. But uowndayti If you a Bell Telephone, get one ncmr. 13.86 Joseph is dying. The report says most of Hie womoii don't know that . Emperor William of that tho Etupurur-KJti' 16.45 Call the Business office for rates. has received there Is any such animal as the lust word. Gcraany has recovered and returned the last sacraments. 7.54 It Is hard for n man to mend his to the frront, according to an an5.57 nouncement of the Berlin headquar1.52 CUMBERLAND Russia Finding the direct road ways so the patches won't show. After n woman hns been a wlfo for ters of tho German Army. 4.96 to Warsaw blocked by Russian G.71 & COMPANY the Germans made an ten years she Is willing to bet INCOm-0A4.96 Stiedcn. The Kings of Norway, attack from the Southwest and have thnt the Devil Is a married mnn There aro only a few sure things 5.76 Denmark and Sweden at conference reached Sklernlewlce. forty miles BOX 119, OWENSBORO, KY. left One of them Is that the girls 2.62 In Sweden n(?reed upon a plan de- from the Polish capital. They have will never get their skirts so tight 4.96 signed to combine the Interests of failed to pierce the Russian lines, 5.17 Truman. W. C. 80 a 9.65 their countries during the war. but have forced the Ruttbians to that they can't catch a man. So. 30 lrentlss. g After sizing up some of the Whltler, C. II., 64 a 14.33 Ferguson, J. A., 230 a. . . .. J3.57 withdraw from Cracow. In Gallclu In couples riding around Usance. The offensive operations tho Russians have resumed tho offen... 7.57 Rogers, J. P., 20 a 2.29 No. 20 Actnaville. hacks with old shoes and white In the West are being carried out sive. 4.S7 Pryor, W. D 1 No. 31 Herbert. t. lot; ,1 a. 11.72 tied to tho roar of the vehicles, under conditions of selge warfare 4.87 Skinner. W. C, 1 Vfe a 4.96 6.03 Bickctt. J. H.. 83 a. a man gets tho Idea that we do not nniKare 'being stubbornly opposed by 17.71 7.98 Huff. M. G 40 a France The Allies are scoring need a Eugenic Commission us much No. 21 Shreve. tho Germans, who, in their intrench-rncnt- s somo successes In the West, but 4.96 Bennett. S. H., 179 a 6.67 Haskins, W. H., 45 a 14.01 as we need n Fool Killer. nnd surounded by wire 7.57 Bollng, Clyde, 60 a 10.16 meeting stubborn resistance. Mil6.93 Tierney, Mike, 109 a Education may be good stuff. But make an advance of itary men have warned the public 13.24 Loyd, 7.91 W. A., 126 a 11.43 Thompson, Ralph, 71 a ven a few yards a costly matter for that very heavy casualty lists may any girl would rather have naturally No. 32 Arnold. No. 22 Olatoa. scurly hair tlmn a degree from Vn the attacking forces. C.2D 7.57 Cooper, Geo. W., 20 a. . . . . 8.40 Allen, John, 50 a. be expected from this field. The tar. 4.8C 1.52 Coppage, W. M., 100 a. . . . ! 10.14 Allen, L. B., 50 a French Senate and Chamber of DepA3 far as popularity Is .concerned, Belgium. In Flanders a little uties voted unanimously an appro5.47 Ashley, Thomas, 50 a 3.8 Duke. Wesley, 125 a S.84 ground has been galncdnt conslder-nbl- o priation of Jt.7OO.OOffTO0O to' cover tho .fellow whoan't tell you any4.01 Ford, Elbert, 55 a '. . . . J.30 4.24 Carter, F. B 60 a cost, despite the fact that aloag expenbts of the next six months. thing without sticking his mouth in 4.96 Hall, Annie, 1 ', a 2.29 Duvall, H., 42 a. U?v your face and sprinkling you, runs u tho coast the Allies have the assis- Including the cost of the war. 1.82 Miller. J. M., 130 u CH. 17.83 Green. G. a.. 2fi n.. close race with old Man Smallpox tance of warships, which continually uj.SbJI 6.15 Moxlcy, C. S 13 a 11.43 Johnson, J. R., 23 a and Ohl Man Castor Oil. he German positions. bombarded 4.54 Self, A., 3 a Kthg Albert, of Belgijf.4J lU'lu'ium 4.32 ainiucn, Jesse, uu a When duty calls, most of us roll , Tho advance has been more marked 1.7S Woolen, R. L., 52 a S.61 No. a:; Render. ' from the Belgian border sounth to um, sends a message of thanks to over In the buy and pound the other 10.58 Young, J. S 65 a tnerlca for the aid extended ills ear. 10.13 Dowell, M. C. 1 t. lot 3,.7i the River Olse. 3.59 J Sf Martin, R. R., 4G a No. 2rt Ruford. stricken people, and praises the 7.62 Barr, Herman, 70 a courage of his soldiers, which he Is 16.15 Stewart, Mrs. Rosa, 6 a J. 25 LAND SALE FOR TANKS. TupmIu. 5.25 Dodson, Mrs. L. V., 10 a personally directing under German 1.40 Stewart, Oscar, CD a 73 By virtue of taxes due me, the IFJosiIu The Germans in Poland 7.54 Edison. C. J., 100 a B.09 shell fire. 14.91 Watson, Will, 40 a aOr meeting stubborn resistance in Sheriff of Ohio county, Kentucky, I 5.62 Ellis, Jim, 50 n 7.46 Williams Mines Amusement will on tho first Monday in JausJkry, tholr attempts to reach Warsaw, the 4.36 Gordon, A. J., 1 t lot S.S4 Company, 1 town lot . T,l, Kiifflittul Tho London Stock 1915. expose at public sale uti the Russians having massed a Inn? the 13.11 Hoover, J. M., 120 a 17.43 No. 31 Simmons. wilt reopen January 4. String-in- t court house door In Hartford, Keu-- i Bzura River; thirty miles from the 6.93 Jewell, L. L., 50 a 6.S3 Beasley, A. V., 1 t. lot . . . . I s:81 regulations have been imposed tucUy, between tho hours of 10 " capital. Both in Poland and Galicla 3. 58 Jewell. L. D., 52 a S.24 No. 3T, Additional. If & ?u the conduct of business. :n.. und 2 p. m.. the following lands Igt.,,,., Auntie? Is being waged In deep snow n'5'a 4.S7 Mayfleld. W. II., 105 a 10.65 Reeks Heirs, 60 a. ii.'S'iSl nnd bitter cold. The Petrograd reir so much tnereor as may no nee- - stowurti j. Ai 73 a 7.57 Ralph, J. F., 5 a No. 30 Non- - Resident. 10.76 Notice. essary 10 produce me sums required, Stewart. Harvey, 60 a. port; claims thnt the Germnn force 6.93 Wlgglngton, W. C, 2 a 4.56 Elder, Alonzo, 5 a Having sold half Interest In my viz: in $!orth Poland has retreated across a. Schroador. Isaac, 7 4.66 Elder, Mrs. Emma, 20 a. No. 21 Hartletc. feed and produce business to my lino into East Prussia. No. I East Hint ford. Taylor. W. C. 160 a 11.70 Gossett. B. W 100 a Erabry, M. L., 1 t, lot rother. B. H. Ellis, and desiring to Bennett. L. F SO n ?20.05 Tweddell, J. II., 100 a. S.S3 Gray, J. W., 71 n 8.26 ,1'ulkcrson, Mro E., 80 a settle all old business by Jan. 1, iUcnniiiiy The, German Emperor S.66 Wright. Albert, 25 a lloznrth. Mrs. J. J.. 25 a 4.96 Haynes, J. W 10 a. 5.73 King, Mr3. Anna Bell, 1 t. lot; accompanied by the Imeperiul Chan- 1315, those who are Indebted to me Cooper, J auTes A., 50 a 5.62 Kiglcr. Mrs. Cynthia, 60 a 6.18 King, D. R 50 a 4.96 US acres will please call and pay me on or cellor nnd the Ministers of War and Gray, J. '.., 53 a 7.55 No. l.'l East Denver Dam. King, J. T.. 150 a 18.64 Loney, L. B., 262 a Marine, has gone to the Western before the above date. Heushuw. Henry, 2 a 5.62 Arbuckle. Wutt. a 10.00 Rhoads, D. A., 123 a 11.19 Moseley, W. M., & Bro. 80 a. W. E. ELLIS. front. &t& a Hoover, L. 2.95 Raley. J. H 12 a 3.96 Sharp, Bud, (J. H. Patten airs. Aioseiey iu. w. Jolly Produce Merchant. After an Investigation of the ac- 2ut4 Hoover. H. B., 40 a 7.50 Ralcy, Mrs. A. E 39 a. k 4.03 agent) 50 acres agent) 65 a 3.53 tivities of the German fleet in the No". 1 1 Hoover, Samuel, 40 a LI. 45 West Denver Dam. Westcrfleld, J. L., 95 a 9.62 Patterson, C. II., 88 a, Resolutions of Respect. Southern Pnciflc, Clflle lias made ' Lee, B. P., 60 a 7.9S Brown, Emory, 133 a 11.19 Westcrfleld. J. II., 97 a 8.21 Peach. Willis. 90 a Whereas, the Ruler of the uniformal protest to Germany ngiust Pendleton, Dr. E. B. 1 town lot 20.52 Cooper, O. M.. 20 a 993 Sullcnger, C. B., 2 a No. 23 HefUa. verse has called from our midst our alleged violations of neutrality. No. 1! Wool Hartford. Leach, Angelina P., 100 a.' . . 3.58 Hatfield, Carl agt., Hudson Colored List. boloved brothor. Forest Chlnn, memBrown. J. F.. 75 a 7.55 Rhoads, D. S., 1 town lot 8.22 Heirs, 73 a No. 1 East Hartford 6.16 iffciince In Belgium and Northern ber of Hartford Camn No. 202. Brown. M. W., 75 a 7.77 Woodrun. W. D 1 town lot. . 14.01 Hatfield, Carl, Jr., 82 a 4 13.01 Illncs, Steve, U acre France the Allies and the Germans Woodmen of the World, whose death Blair. W. N.. 1 town lot No. 15 McIIenry. , 8.22 Hoover, A. H 19 a 7.34 Mldklff, Ellen, 30 a. ... contesting mud fields. A late occurred on the 13th day of Decem- Carpenter. J. C, 1 town lot . . 7.05 Baize, R. T., IS a , aro 3. 89 Heflln, Alexj 9 a 4.64 Nail, Jennie, Vt acre Parte bulletin describes small gains ber, 1314: Davis. B. L., 75 a 14.27 Chlnn, Solon, 114 a 29.44 Rlggs, Mrs. Mary, 201 a. . . 9.16 Nail, Sophia, 1 aero , 1 Therefore, be It resolved, by Harttill along tho line and the recapture King, Daniel, 1 town lot 4.85 Fisher, Mrs. Annie, 45 a 6.06 Simmons, H. C, 96 a 10.13 Parks, Alvin, 1 acre ford Camp No. 202. Wodmen of the of trenches by tho Brltsh. Itoss, Mrs. D. C, 179 a 30.79 Hawes, Ollls, (Mrs. Fisher, No. 2 West Hartford. No. 2U Ceralvo. World. That in the death of Broth1 town lot .. Agt.) 1 town lot 13.84 4.93 Balls, Thos. F., 200 a 33.63 Collins, Jack, 1 town lot er Chlnn the family has lost a faith-fu- l Walker, R. D UuiiRury The people of Hungary Hlbbs, Loyd. 1 town lot . , . . 8.24 Bishop. Ezra, 33 a No. tl Reiiu. 4.96 Duncan Wash husband and father, the comare Teported to be deeply discontent12V.72 Griffin. Wm., 1 acre 8.21 McConncll, Jas. W I town lot 7.09 Bishop, H. E 80 a fjJ7 munity a very needed neighbor, and Benton. J. W., 72 a ed because they think Germany and Casteol. H. M.. 1 t. lot, 10 u. 4.32 McKcnney, E. M.. 14 a 10.30 Evorly, Mrs. Z. M., 35 a 3.53 Hlnes, Larkln, 1 town lot . Amitria aro falling to give Hungary tho Lodgu an earnest and efllcleul Funua, John S., (W. M. HudNo. in. Ccnlertoun. Igleheart. W. L.. 3 ft a. 4.32 Morton, Genus, 1 town lot member, a 4"ar sharo of protection. son agent) 40 a 2.58 Ashby, H. L 90 a 7,54 Tilford, Emery, 50 a 9.91 McHenry, J. A., 1 t. lot . Therefore, be It resolved byithls Fo3ter, John P., 202 a 92.39 Ashby, M. L., 52, a 7.09 White, W. M., 1 t. lot 5.39 Nail, Edmund,1 acre . . , Ettenria Following the assur- Camp that wo ej.tend to the family Hoover, L. C, 155 a 17.89 Calvert, C. ,W 100 a 19.45 No. 27 Pt. Pleasant. Parks Wm., 2 acres . . . ances of Bulgaria of Its intension to and his friends and neighbors our Her, Mrs. E. V 1 town lot . . 2.95 Faught. Bros., 30 a 6.65 Barkiu, Alice, 3 a 4.87 Parks, Wm., agt. 1 acre . lie nsutral, tho Entente Powers have heartfelt sympathy In their groat Leach, E. J., 70 a 11.43 Hill, H. J.. 18 a 4.96 Bishop, T. J.. 70 a. . . .'. . . 12.71 Taylor, Dan, t town lot Klvcn guarantees to both Athens bereavement, and commend them to C. W. Park, 30 a 5.63 Ilollln, G. D 34 a 10.20 Cox, J. H 5 a 4.32 Walker. E. M., 1 t. lot nnd Bucharest that Bulgaria wilt not the Heavenly Father who only can Young, E 42 a 8.21 ller. T. M., 1 town lot 7.67 Williams, Bert, 2 t. lots 4.32 Walker, M. W attack Greco in tho event the latter :onso!e thens In their dark hours of No. 4 Sulphur Springs. Igleheart. L. W 2 t. lots . . 23.95 No. 28 Narrow ft. No. H North Rockport. country assists Servla and will not grief. Ashley, H. M., 50 a 7.54 Matlock Heirs (W. C. BolBolton, A. B., 50 a 7.09 Moseley, Preston, 106 a. attnek Rumania should that country Be It further resolved that a copy Bratcher. Mrs. Mary B 61 a. ton agt.) 16 a 4.24 2.41 Blacklock, J. M., 40 a 4.87 Moppln. Ben, 1 t. lot participate In the war. of these resolutions bo published In Crister. H. F (S. P. Fern, Rowe, Harriet E. 20 a 2.11 Cook, Julia Wade. 70 a 8.84 Short, Winnie, 1 t. lot each of tho county papers, a couv be Agt.) 40 a 6.85 Tooley, Susana, 33 a 4.87 Condor, J. W., 126 a 21.52 Short; John W 3 ncres Wednesday. spread on the minute book of tho Hoops, J. A 75 n No. 17 Sinullhous. 7.54 Harrison, Mrs. Naomi, 60 a. . 4.28 No. 13 East Reaver Dam . . VVanro. The official report of Cump, and a copy furnUhod to the King, J. B 128 n. 16.60 Davis, Mrs. Lucy, 1 t. lot . . 2.29 Harrison, T. D 69 a 13.15 Beard, Taut lapt night states that violent counter family of the deceased. Minton, Wayne, (M. C. Schroad- Ellison. W. G., 25 a 5.81 Livers, Wm., 40 a 8.40 Gibson, Amanda, 1 t. lot . attacks of tho Germans sounth of OTTO C. MARTIN, er, Agt.) 40 a. 6.16 King, II. P.. 1 t. lot 3.97 Obonchaiu, Ruth, 49 a 2.29 Hawkins, Ida, 1 town lot Noyon, have been repulsed. Progress E. P. BENNETT, Peach. G. L, 30 a 4.96 Neal, Bon (Andy Ncnl, agt.) Rogers, J, If., 35 a 8.61 Martin, Francis, 1 acre Is reported In other directions. C. 0. HUNTER, Peach, A. J 5 a 130 a 4.02 13.92 Willis. O. P., 7 a 6.73 McNutt, J. R., 1 t. lot Tremler Vlvlanl, in his address beCommittee. Peach, II. T., 45 a 6.27 Stearsman, Ida M 54 a. . . 4.24 Willis, Estll, 29 a 8.75 Taylor. Gayjon, a fore the first session of the French 'i: 28 " . Peach, G. W 53 a No. 18 Kuht Fonlsillle. 6.27 Willis,. Mrs. Vashti, 1 t. lot 2.94, No, 14 West Reaver l)w. Chamber of Deputies called since tho Baked Rarebit. Smith, T. II., 31 a 6.27 Baker, M. B 50 n 7.54 No. 20 Ralph. Dauzy, Dud, 1 t. lot 107 war, said that (ho war would be Cut 1 pound soft mild cheese In Tucker, T. II., 50 a 6,?G Brown, Lovetto or Locretla 84 6.52 Craig, G. M 66 a Hlnes, J. W., l t. lot 293" fought until tho programme of tho thin slices. Prepare two one-ha- lf Young, Wm.. 86,, a and 10.15 Evans, Mclvln, 1 t, lot acres . . . .' 4.32 6.75 Maddox, Robin, 32 Allien had been completed. cups stale bread crumbs and add No, ff MugubT Hedden, Mrs. Ann, 1 t. lot . . 4.24 Edgo, R. M 75 a 6.26 No. 15 McHenry. two tablespoons melted butter. Sprin- Baughn, C. D., 150 a 10.31 Hlnes, Ed.,' 1 t. lot '. 3.83 Evans, C. M 4 a 4.12 Hoeker. Vlg,.. Gcrautuy. That tho attacks of tho kle a layer of buttered crumbs lt 59 in Mldklff, II. a, 100 a 11.51 Mercer, J. A., 1 t. lot 4.01 Foreman, M. W., 80 a 7.54 No. 17 SmAHhous. Allloo since tho offensive movement buttered baking dish, cover d MIdklff, Rachel, with 10 a 1.40 Pulllam, Win., 49 a 6.13 Flelden, Fannie, 100 a 4.87 Bennett. B. L., 64 a begun have been without result Is the the cheese and sprinkle with Mldklff, Leo, 75 a A. iJl43 9.91 Rusher, ,G. R 13 a 4.96 4.45 Griffith. W. T., No. 3t lreatlss. . statement of tho Berlin Press Bureau salt, nilicod with paprika. Repeat Mldklff, Oliver. 3 a 4.C4 Roberts, Will, 22 a 6.27 Greer, S. J., 58 a 8.65 L. R. Shultz., 2 r jn The, campaign in the East is being twice, malting three layers. Beat Wosterfleld, I. C, 80 a 'y 20.69 Whltler, Mrs. Oscar, 1 t. lot 3.25 Hendrlx, Mrs. D. A., 58 a. 3.58 Osaltted Lfet. ' kept secret. threo eggs lightly, add one and one-hn- lf Wedding. R. A., 51 a Moseley, W. P., 136 a 7.96 No. 10 West Fordjjville. 6.82 So. 1 Cost Hartford. Sfc V " cups milk, and pour over mix Wade, Mrs. C. A., 75 a 4.87 Bratcher. R. P., 94 a 14.24 Baker. D. .. l 11.63 MePhecson, L. W 96 a. lot England. A protest hus been ture. Bake in u moderate oven No, .. Cromwell. Craig, Otis, 40 a 67 a 9.11 Klai..Mrs. Bsaaa, 1 t. tot . 6.62 Rhoads, English Protestants against twenty.flve minutes. Serve at once. Aasoa, Porter, 1 town mado;by H lot . . . 9.94 Jones, A. C, 267 a 23.38 Taylor, 8., D., 90 a 8.84 J. F 1 t. let tho appointment by England of a Uso on, and three-fourtti- g tptajWHi-ful- s Murphy, J. D 61 a. 7.54 WasterflaM.'J." C, 9'a 6.01 AIL Pia.U Psiiik,uM. minister to the Vatican. The Victoria saU alxed wtt Qatklrd BflftB, Oscar, 1 taws lot 7.S2 Murphy, Ira, 45 . . . .' 9.26 Wasrneid, C.'t., 5ft a '6.91 Mrs. 44a t. ; " Crbw;b.Rs been coferred upon Lieut. poea paprika for thte Burgess, Mary, 19 a. R., 90 a 9.91 Waas, G. T 71 a. ,,' 28.9.4 s.ti Newton, S. O, KKOWN, 8J O. C i Iiiike MrLukc Hayn. Loveless marriages are quite common. But a girl simply couldn't think of a rlngloss engagement. A brid man will tell you to go to tho Devil, hut a bad woman will lead you there. With somo girls n clear coimclcnco runs second to a clear complexion. Good Advice Is when a man advises you to do something that you Intended to do anyway. A mnn Is always looking for trouAfter experimenting with n ble. motor boat nnd an nutomobllu he wilt go and cop out a wife. A Pittsburgh wntnnu holds that four years Is long enough for any woman to llvo with any man. Well, If we could jjet a certificate entitling us to cop a now wlfo every time we voted for a President there wouldn't he any trouble getting the men out to the polls on election day. The rich hnvo their troubles, loo. People never waste much time tfy ng to sting the man who has no nion- - g wlcrd-lookln- rib-bot- i3 Emhroy, Postal 35 a. Havens, C. D 1 town lot Royal, Mrs. L. B 60 a Wntt, Lee, 25 a No.' 7 Cool'HprlnRM. Chlnn, J. II. , 65 a . .. Davenport, A. L., 110 a Miller, F, Q., 40 a Tally, Mrs. L. A 00 n Dudley & Groggs, (John B. Wilson, ngt.) 400 n. .. No, 8 North Rorkport. Anderson, V. L 1 t. lot; 60 ncres llakcr, II. 3., 105 n Byers. Mervlllo, 4 a. . . llyors, John, a Dawson, Jerry, 1 town lot . UrnvcH, E. A., 1 town lot . . . Heck, Nannie, P. 1 town lot. Liiyton, Mrs. J. 11., 3 town lots Nnpler, John, 2 n Ovcrhultz, Mrs. Inu, 15 n... Tlnsley, M. L 1 town lot .. No. Sunt It Rorkport. Herrol, J. R 1 town lot Robertson, W. II., 58 a Robertson, S. J., 14 a Shaver. II. II., 2 n Southard, J. F., 2 n Ttchenor, It. A., 50 a. Williams. ('. I)., 50 ii Wydlck, R. I)., 1 town lot .. No. II) Select. Alhlii, Mrs. Elizabeth. 30 u. . . .Vutry, M. F., 1 17 n. . . . Butler, A. F., 200 a llulzo. G. W., 23 a Daughcrty, I, 35 a Daugherty, N. E., 1 1 a Go IT, Leslie. 1 town lot Green, L. E 25 a Havens, D (Minor) 25 a .'. Miller. Geo. E. 40 a Pearson, Mrs. S. A., 1 town lot Wilson, L. J., 3S n Wilson, N. B 23 a No. It Horse Itrnnrli. Arnold, B. J 100 a Crunies. E. W.. 52 a Ferguson, Mrs. Eloda, 80 a. . . Park. J. T 100 a Stewart, James, 30 a Wonderhlll, Wm., 137 a. . . Wilson, G. W.. 160 a No. 113 Itosiiip. Atchison, B. B 38 a Austin, Mrs. Elizabeth, Casov, Will, 50 it. , f Crowder, Almond, 7 a Clark. J. D 12 a Dobbs. Mrs. S., 15 a Farmer. C. D 58 a Filbnck, Mrs. Rllla. 32 a. .. Havens, Mrs. H. W. B.,12 n. Jnmlson, F.. 50 a Kissinger, Mclvln, 6 a Kuykeudoll, G. R., SS a. .. Minton, M 60 a Kapler, Mrs. Kate. 7U a. .. Plcarce. W. A.. 60 n I'erry. uiiie 4 a. Purk I,. T. 157' a nUymun. Juke, 62 a Hafferty, W. M , 27 a ... "" L I 8.84 3.G8 6..10 4 , ' ! 5.62 8.84 4.96 4.87 08.82 13.37 9.28 3.72 5.97 W .SBBBJBrsSBk-Vr "T ' JBJSJ1 MJ":l.7We TTmr1 ft n I tetasZVlkV i ia S m1 AaiMa -- . n a -- rm - y--, . ( 17.85 5.39 12.23 4. 85 4..i ' . Wake up buTMtfgs ! The it won't your then .... ....... 8.22 9.31 5.62 6.03 7.54 Bell Telephone is the Big Ben of BusineaJ J Ring up on the Bell. or haven't way t .... TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH T0 la... i ! .... lG, .... ....... 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