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The Hartford republican: January 8, 1915 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 hao1915010801_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: January 8, 1915 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. vf k r Fine Job Work. VOL. XXV11. PERCY HALY ) . I UK Wattfoxb DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS ho and President More came here nt the request of operators. Walter R. Woodford, president of the Operators' Asoclatlon, said tho operators' organization made no request for a coufernco with tho min"Probably one operaers officials. tor asked Mr. Green and Mr. Moore to come here, but this action was not sanctioned by tho Operators' Association," Mr,. Woodford said. Big "Moon-hlne- mnbikavu Subscription $1 per Year 8, 1915. DECLARES OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY CANNOT WORK CONVICTS ON PUBLIC HIGHWAYS No. 26 WILSON'S MEXICAN POLICY ATTACKED lillVI IIMIH Rumor That King Maker Will Ask Honor. He State Prison Board Loses Suit in Senator Lodge Says Military Oc cupation Is Now Only Course The Franklin Circuit Court. Left to Pursue. " Washington, m,.. Jan. 6. Sonntor iy. Jan. !. me rraiiKiori, Patronage Fight Takes Serious, i.. lin years was seized in Perry county ,State Uoanl of I,rlson Commlsslon-- I Lodge attacked President Wilson's Old But Built Big Term and May Embarrass yesterday by Deputy Collector Wells ers today ,ost Us sult ,n the Krank- - Alexlcan policy In the Senate today and Deputy Marshal Roberta. The nn Lircuit uoun m validate tno pro- during a review of the urgent defi Machine. The President. stilt was made of copper, and was ject of working convicts on the pub- ciency bill. The error of the Admin lic highways under the State aid istration's course, he said, had begun of 125 gallons capacity, being as with the refusal to recognize Gen. largo as an ordinary buggy. The plan. Washington, Jan. 4. Difference Judge Stout sustained a demurrer Huerta, on moral grounds rather Ltocington, Jan. 4. Politicians, posse also destroyed 200 gallons of between President Wilson and some to the petition of the Prison Com- than on the broader international sec- beer principally Democrats, from all and ten fermenting tubs, bemembers of the Senate over Federal tions of the Htatc made tho sides burning a large stlllhouse. Un- missioners to compel Warden A. J. grounds on which It could have been appointments resulted tonight In mcctliiK of the Kentucky successful efforts were made by the O. Wells, of the Reformatory, to obey based. Judiciary Committee ordering "The spectacle of the United StatKress association and the gathering operators to get the still awy. The an order to detail twenty convicts an Inquiry Into the authority of the fur work on the public roads of Law- es at war with Victorlano Huerta," of circuit judges and common- operators got awy. President to make a recess appoint' wealth's attorneys an occasion for The still had ''the recitation of rence county. The Fiscal Court ad- - Senator Lodge said, "was not a pleasment to fill a vacancy created during being In Louisville last Mon- being the largest In the mountains. ,0Pted a solution establishing cer- - ing one for Americans to contemtheir a session of Congress. Senators Culday, Tuesday a ml Wednesday, and, and for months the revenue men who tain seat highways as plate." berson, Reed, Walsh, Brandegee and Notice. Of the occupation of Vera Cruz, public works and calling on the Prisw.ey nuiuigeu in apccuiu-;!m- d ui courbe. reason for )0levng It was ill Having slid half Interest In my Borah were named as a subcommitjlon. prognostication and osscrva- - Cxlstenco had been hunting for It, on Commissioners to furnish twenty Senator Lodge said he had been told tee to conduct the Investigation. (ion concerning tilings political. but only recently definitely located convicts. Expressing sympathy with the President's agents had advised business to my brother, B. H. Ellis, This action followed the decision the project, Warden Wells declined him there would be no resistance. tho name of tho new firm after Jan. Thu most interesting of a variety it. to obey the order without direction When It came, he added, "the Ad- 1, 1915, will be W. E. Ellis & Bro. of the committee to recommend reof rumors unent Democratic the or tne court, and a demurrer was ministration did not seem to have I thank all of my friends for past pat- jection of the appointment of Edwin nomination for governor and the anAluy Postpone Cruise of Fleet. nounced, avowed, tentative or recepWashington, Jan. 4. Possibility filed to the petltou of the commis- much stomach for the unexpected ronage and the new firm will ap- G. Bland, of Kansas City, to be United States Alarshal for the Western tive, candidates therefor, was that of a postponement of the cruise of sioners, which Judge Stout sustain- fight and took.sheltor beneath the A. preciate any favors. Allssourl district. Bland was given Warwick, W. E. ELLIS. tho kingmaker, would tho international Heel from Hamp- ed. Unlets the Court of Appeals re- B. C. mediation." a recss appointment to the marshal-shiVlth the departure of Huerta, 23t4 lilim.rlf be king, which Is to say ton Roads to San Francisco through verses Judge Stout, employment of Produce Alerchant. which was made vacant before that General Percy Haley has an am- the Panama canal in connection prisoners on public highways will Senator Lodge said the object of the Congress adjourned last October. Young Farmer Kills Wife. bition to bit In the hlg place to with tho opening of the canal and have to await an amendment to the President had been accomplished, Stanford, Ky., .Jan. 4. At a danco After the present session began his but the policy of the United States which he aided William Goebel. J. exposition was suggested today in Constitution. on Reynolds Creek, in Casey county, nomination was sent In and Senator . Mc- - tho course of a conferenco No amendment to the Constitution had not advanced one step. C W. Ileckham and James between Creary, and that he might becomo a Secretary Garrison "What has been the condition In Just south of Hustonvllle, this coun- Reed has been fighting its confirmaand Colonel could become operative for the era- a young tion ever alnce. cnndldate dependent upon the long- Gocthals, the canal governor, since ployment of prisoners on highways Alexlco since?' Onr two allies. Villa ty, Mllford Pemberton, Soon after the meeting of 'tho Justanding, .ami Carranza, fell to fighting. What farmer stabbed his wife to death organiguarantee the much under three years, as the cannot Goothals goes over to the next year after is tho condition In Mexico today? when he found her dancing with J. diciary Committee the Senate in 'exzation of which he has for years broad enough and deep Hon Edwards also was bad ecutive session unanimously rejected Jieen the recognized directing force. enough for the great dreadnaughts being submitted by the General As- - Anarchy is too polite a name for It. C. Edwards. ly cut and may die. After killing the nomination of Airs. Alarjorle J. I General Haly smiled which will ranko up. the naval par- - sembly. in the meantime there will The social order has collapsed. wily when the writer Interrogated 'ado. Landslides af Cucurncha ap- - he G50 Idle men In the Reformatory, fear It is too late to adopt any policy his wife Pemberton slashed his own Bloom to be postmaster at Devils him on tho bubject. "What man Is j parcntly had been conquered but I" the last eight years tho prison unless It be military occupation, throat, but was disarmed before he Lake, N. D. Three months ago the fatally wounded himself. Pember- Senate refused to confirm the same there in tho state who hasn't an . huge masses of earth are belnc shops at tho Reformatory have paid which all of us would deplore." governor of this forced Into the canal prism at other the State $1,326,000. rrhe Senator asserted 200 Ameri- ton was arrested, and is in Jail at nomination, and after Congress adHinhltion to bo journed the President made a recess What man points. I'ntll January 1 these 650 men can lives had been lost In Alexlco Liberty. Krc.it commonwealth? appointment. Last month he again were under contract to tho without reparation "being secured would rofubo the olllco If ho could sent In Airs. Bloom's nomination. Company, shoe manufac- or. demanded." get It'" he replied, adding: "I an- He had' nominated "her "lnfthe first: Fifty-twturers, who employed 1,050 men, and Americans recently have WILD PANIC IN nounced at tha clobe of Senator-- , fl tUKMIllV UlJIlO place after the appointment of her fi nn( MHI.U inm'a Pfninn pn llinf I liml this year exorcised nn option to re- been killed or wounded on the border husband to the office had been recontract decided to quit politics und go Into the NEW YORK SUBWAY jected on charges. PROGRESSIVE RANKS new a There wasfor the labor of 400 at Naco," said Senator continued. I have no option of renew- "Gen. Scott men. not since business and that If there was any changed my mind." al for the 650 men and the Prison more shooting there, he would stop Alt. Sterling "Dry." Investigation, Deeper however, Board first advertised for bids, speci- it. There was more shooting after Alle- fying Alt. Sterling, Ky., Jan. 4. Old lrscIoses that the gossip concerning Illinois Leaier Pledges that the contract should be the General made this declartton, Two Hundred Persons Injured "topers" today failed- - to get their void it at any time the State should and he did not stop It. Knowing the likllhood of General Holy's giance To G. 0. P. And One Killed In "eye opener" as of old. The city bemaking the race, is not tho mere adopt some other method of employ- -' Gen. Scott, as I do, I am inclined to came "dry" at midnight, .eleven sa product of a rumor factory. The lng prisoners. The only bid was think that he may have been pre Caucus. Rush.' loons going out of business. It 13 .subject has been seriously discussed from Charles Irion for a few prison- vented from stopping It. the first time in thirty years that wmong some of his close friends and ers, but later A. D. Martin offered "The treatment of Americans is local option haB been in force here ntlmirers and it already has been put Springfield, III., Jau. 5. At the for a chair concern to take the out- - a revolting story, unfortunately only New York, Jan. 6. The worst acand officers say- that they Intend to tip to him for consideration. Republican caucus of tho State Pu' r State conducted factory, but too well authenticated. The situa- cident in ten years' history of New "If Haley can win for others, why House Representatives here tonight as '"ds were lacking for stocking a tion was so bad when President Wil- York's subway occurred during the enforce the law aglnst all comers. not for himself?" is a question that before the opening tomorrow of the state factory or installing machinery son delivered hlB last message to Con- morning rush hours today when Some of the saloon men will more and Ash(s being asked by his friends, and It Illinois Legislature. MedlU McCor- -. the bid was not considered, gress that the only manner in which 700 passengers In two stalled trains to Lexington, Louisville land, while, others will stay here and may be that it thcro aro enough to mtck, member of tho Progressive Na-- 1 The board advertised a second he could treat it was with absolute became panic stricken in the darkengage In other business. Saloon say "he can," tho man of keenest tlonal Committee and member of the Mme for bids, limiting the term of silence." ened tubes by the dense smoke and men wer notified by Chief of Police political Judgment, whoso life- began House, and with H. S. Hlc'ks, of the the contract to one year with the acrid fumes from a short circuited Gibbons to surrender their Governthirty-tigh- t years ago, Alarch 26 lower House, announced their inten- - privilege of renewal for andther Reorganizatlpa Begun In McLean. cable. ment licenses .under penalty of arWednesday's Owensboro Messengnext, vlll enter tho lists and take to tlon of voting with the Republicans ear. No one bid for this, and plans In the ensuing struggle and es- rest and prosecution. to transfer 200 more men to Eddy- - er says: the hustings whither ho has sent so during tho session. cape some 200 persons were Injured, many others during Ihs remarkable previous appointment one a woman fatally. Persuant to AlcCormlck In a speech before the vllle for employment In a shirt facCard of Thanks. AI. F. Sharp, national organizer for tory there was abandoned. career for one even of more ripened caucus said: Others overcome, were rescued Thanks to the Rural years. Equity society, reached Liver- - unconscious by the police and fl re- - ington neighborhood Club of WashThe commission will meet here tho "I am glad to get back to the party for their kind' of my father's." Hicks also spoke. tomorrow to' resume consideration more on the noon train Alonday and mexl( whUe 8Cores of othera struggl-a- t ness shown me and my little ones on 1 o'clock a good crowd of farmers ' Operators Expected to Break With Both speeches were Interrupted by of the situation. ed t0 tho street. unnerved or hvster-- Christmas eve. The good ladles of and others had gathered at the city IcaIi ci0thlng torn and faces smoke Alinera. cheering. the club, being so thoughtful, com hall, where Air. Sharp delivered a blackened. Cloveland, Jan. 4. That Eastern When the Republican representaing with their baskets full of food, splendid address on the principles Ohio coal operators, at an adjourn- tives gathered, tho Rev. Atwood In. As a result of the accident the new garments, toys, fruits and canreletting and plans of equity. At the close of city tonight is in the throes of a will decide troduced a resolution inviting the ed dles, and making little hearts glad. his address a good strong local transportation to formally break off all negotiations two Progressives to enter the caucus. blockade without After Santa scene was over all enn Workers A few minutes later AlcConnlck and union was organized with J. S. with tho United AHno parallel In history. Not until late joyed singing gospel hyms. With a as president, and J. W. Garst this afternoon was a wheel again Union, will plan to evict striking Hicks were ushered in. McCormick's gladness to the Rural Club. secretary. Alany present from a dis turned in the subway, and at that heartfelt , miners because they have paid no name was suggested aa a RepubliAIRS. ANNIE SAPP. ' " rent ulnco tho strike was called the tance expressed a desire to have lo- time only limited local servlco was can caucus candidate for the Speak. cals organized In their home dis- In operation. first of April last, and will decide to ership. The Unemployed. make overtures to the miners as Intricts. It Is expected to follow up AlcCormlck Is vice chairman of The hundreds of thousands of Not slnco the Cleveland administhis work of organization until the persons the subway ordinarily car- tration have more men been out of dividuals to work "open shop" under tho Progressive National Committee. county is fully organized In the old ries were diverted to tho elevated employment tho scale rejected by tho miners' Air. AlcCormlck mude the following than at the present was the bcllot expressed statement: Mr. ttnd surfaco systems and when the time. Hero In Carroll county, where American Society of Equity. Sharp lectured at Island on Tues- - hOHiebound .tonight by those In touch with the "Wo have accepted your invitation rush began tonight we are engaged largely In the purday and will lecture at Sacramento neither system had adequate situation. While tho operators de- to enter this caucus because we besuit of agriculture, we do not come Cleopatra Thursday. Beech ,UeB t0 accomraodate the tremen-Grov- e to know of the number of unemployclined to make an official statement, lieve that the Assembly can not be OTTO C. MARTIN, It was learnod from an authoritative organized and tho business of the Candidate for Circuit Court Clerk. Friday and Calhoun on Sat- - Uous crowds 8eeklng transportation. ed as do the cities and manufactururuay. All these lectures will De at Hourco that sentiment expressed by State can not be done except thru No subway trains ran to Brook- ing localltes. 1 p. m except at Calhoun. operators at today's session lndlcat,-h- 1 organized political effort. We were The Break Has Come. lyn and a dense mas of humanity, Last week In New York City tha The break is not coming. It has this action. confronted with two possible courses. concentrating on Brooklyn bridge municipal employment bureau waa An unannounced development In We were not attracted by the Illi- come. Norman E. Alack, the wisest Will the Federal Reserve l'uy Ex. prolonged the rush hour two hours visited In one day by 3,500 appli' connection with tho meeting of the nois Domocracy. ientes. We have Joined Democratic living, member from New in a struggle to board the trains and cants, and they had only four jobs operators today was a Joint confer- with you In an earnest effort to or- York of tfhe Democratic National There has always been a doubt cars. to offer. This represents but one ot enco with William Green, Interna- ganize the Houso without delay In Committee, and formerly (he com- as to the sources from which are The management of the Interbor-oug- h the thousands ot dally occurrences. mittee's chairman, is out for a Pro- to cone the money to pay the dlvl- -' tional secretary of tho mine workers' the Intorcst or tho State." Rapid Transit company was We arc not taking up the rolo of organization, and John Moore, presiState Senator George W. Harris, of tective Tariff. There are others. The dentfn on tho money Invested In tho not prepare(j tonight to guarntee the calamity howler, but these are dent of tho Ohio miners' organiza- Chicago, the only Progressive mem- latest Is Congressman Car'lln,' of Federal Reserve bauks. A Sanfran- - j a normal scneauie wouiu De resior- - cold facts. It Is the old story of Virginia, who says that when the Cisco dispatch Indicates that thls'ed tomorrow and a repetition of tion, Thoso two miners' officials ber of tho upper house, said: the "empty dinner pall." These Is beginning to be discussed day. congested traffic conditions Is thousands of unemployed are defirst met all the operators and then "This can mean nothing except European war Is over there will have ery genarally, and belief Is that held a conference with tho seven op- tho speedy amalgamation of the to be a revision of the Underwood manding their dally bread. If the erators' committee on the occasion two parties." Notice. Tariff In order "to prevent the mil- revenues of these banks will not sufpresent administration cannot give Having sold half interest in my them employment then the only logiof 'tho last Joint conference of minlions of men" now on the firing line fice to pay their large expenses. "Takers and operators' representatives, Notice. and who will be glad "to work In ing last week's statemnt," says the feed and produce business to my cal conclusion Is that they will ask which resulted in failure to agree on I will sell crushed corn for $1.25 the factories at any price from dump- dispatch from San Francisco, "as a brother, B. II. Ellis, and 'desiring to for the return ot the party that gave a wago scale. After this conference per cwt., corn chops $1.50 per cwt. ing cheap products on the American basis of computation for 1915. the settle all old business by Jan. 1. to thtem a "full dinner pall" and the It was said no agreement was reach- Either of the above feeds mixed with markets in competition with Am- - year will show a loss of approxl-- J 1915, those who are indebted to mo most prosperous times that they ever .. .. . .! a. www UM u l.uy(tt .. Ill h1ama .tt u yc aa.. af. Iia .ohltal will yiCMSTJ Vttli 1UU mkM U4Q VJU Ur ' enjoyed, ed. Both the operators and miners' cotton seed meal is best erlcan manufacturers." He publish- - matalw Ptt fl uiv. - officials remained' firm in their pre- cow feed. Sacks to be returned. in the Democrat- - stock. At the close of business De- - before the above date. es these statements vious demands. Marlou (la.) cember 24 the net deposits were $13.-- 1 w. E. ELLIS, W. E. ELLIS, For Sale A good milch Cow. ic New York Herald. 636,000. At 2 per cent the interest 23t4 Secretary Green said tonight that 23t4 2Ct4. J. WALTER ALLEN. Register. Produce Merchant Produce Merchant. Is Only Thirty Eight Years Alt. Storllne. inr-o- ut uiiii ,iu..i Still Sclzeil. Kv.. Jan. 4. The i.- mid-wln- payable account for the year would be I2G3.720. To this should be added at least $50,000 a year for operating expenses, or a total of $313,720. On tho same dato loans and discounts amounted to $787,000. At 5 per cent the Interest receivable account for tho year would be $39,350, leav ing a net loss of $279,370." That Is for one of the twelve apostolic banks, but the figures need to be reconsidered. Saturday the twelve banks had over 11 millions Invested, and, though this is not much greater on tho average than the San Francisco figures, the report Indi cates nn extension of loans. Nevertheless, the expenses will be much greater than Is Indicated In the San Francisco estimate. The salary list Is large and, while Congress fixed the salaries of the members of the Central Board at $12,500, the local boards have double this sum for their governors, and other expenses will doubtless be on nn enlarged scale unless Congress calls a halt. Louisville Evening Post. M WILSON M U. S. Senate Questions Re t i i cess Appointments. the-Senat- e Inter-coun- ty p, strongly-coutulne- d elec-chan- i good-humo- r- j ; ry o - - - I , Cul-le- Jf ( facll-toda- y, . i the-ver- 1 R ... ..4 il' r establishing the Agency, says In have to assuage their hunger with I 111 111 PflDD i part: vegetables picked up In the fields. ; IK W IN I1 .11 ma "The writer left Geneva shortly itiibuicu u,it,iioii niiiviitoi t however, they always find many emp-- , after October tenth but from letter OF WAR received only recently he learned ON THE WAR ty meat tins. One day, when fights had been plentiful, and our men were that over four hundred volunteers experiencing the pangs of hunger, were working and over fifty thousan Intrepid youth crawled across to and unopened letters has accumulate enemy's trenches Captain Emden Prayed At one of thenear at hand, laid which Homeleless Tramp Aimless ed. From n letter of November elevdown was very enth he learns that the dally movesome paper money which he weight- ment of letters Is 12.P00. It Is rely The Highways. Enemies Funeral. 4 cd with a stone near the sleeping asonable to believe that the activity Englishmen, and returned unmolcst- packages, money remittances, and In ed to our position with several tins other work has Increased In like proTwo Versions oi How English of corned beef. A volley of abuse ' Red CrOSS Doing Great Woik portion. ,I.j Ann....'., tunnnli n nlitn Itilmt "This work Is done by the flower Alleviating Ths Suffering Soldiers Came Te Be Called our men that this 'shopping expedl-- . and the gentility of Oenovn. If In tlon' had been discovered by the the past Geneva has stamped her Soldiers. "Tommy Atkins." awakened sentries, who vented their imine on all that stands for charity anger In expletives such as 'Ueasts!' and peace, her last work will out"I take this opportunity of correct rank her best. Hut few know of A new example of the magnanimi- ing an Impression which unfortunate ir, his own forceful style, Irvln S. the AgcncyFtor the Prisoners of War; ty of Capt. Von Mutter of the German ly Is very prevalent, namely, that Cobb, of the Saturday Evening Post, but when Europe is In the remaking cruiser Emden, has come to light troops no longer take any English writing In the Red Cross Magazine there will be many mothers, many through the columns of n newspaper prisoners or. in cither words, that for January, tells of the misery he j fat'i,crs nn,i m.,ny sons to whom the published In Saigon, the capital of j if the English are captured they are aw during his recent trip in the En - nume wlll i,ve 'the great meaning remap. au. .reiuseii quarter, oui oi reteii. wr French war zone. Speaking or those jof co,lsoat0, reassurance nnd help ethics are puperl or to those of the the cruel methods of. English war - made homeless and dvstltutc by the 'or tho sa(1 remembrance of the yorst is army or perhaps n long distance from fare. English prisoners continue to war. ne says in part: nnivs Vlmllr clvon. To one who bus -makes men less savage but cer- be taken as before, and are treated, home i saw them tramping aimlessly t..,,.. i, i, wm nlwnva he Imiuissible t, tainly the following story of courte- according to the regulations Tlmtjalong roads. ' , forcn. tho lollc ta,llos wl,i, tUo and respect and honor they are not so numerous may be jieeing from burning and devastated ous varfarc ,,t,s of letters, the workers, Gene-du- e i.'i., n' to the fact that for some time !villaces. I saw them slcenlnc In onen !..... paid by the conqueror to the conquer-ef- l ,i 1 vati uui aiv(inuih tti,.,..' .... ...... shines brilliantly among so many past the English have been extra- fields upon the miry earth with no ages, opening them with the conordinarily shy, and whenever possi- cover anij no shelter. I saw them stant fear of a new heart twinge. lark pictures of relentless warfare. I ble they allow their allies to take the herded together in the towns and Battle With French Destroyer. "And so these letters come by The world knows that on October lead In battle. It Is very difficult, cities from which many of them ul- their thousands dally, a Niagara of 2! tiie German cruiser Emden sank however, to credit the English, or timately fled, existing God alone fear and misery, with the occasional the French destroyer Mousquet off any of the allies, with a humane spir- knows how. I saw them ragged, note of Joy over tho loved one found. I'cnar.g, one of the Islands of the it in their methods of fighting. They furtive scarecrows prowling In the They come from the steps of the . Straits Settlements, but the details continually come into conflict .with shuttered ruins of their houses, seek- thrones, even as they come from the hae only now become known in the rules of International law, and ing salvage where there was no sal- tha'iched cottage. Letters have The commandant of the their tactics can rarely. If ever, be vage to bo found. I saw them living come from the German and Austrian France. Mousquet mistook the Emden for a considered permissible." like the beasts of the field, upon such Royal Houses and equally from things as the beasts of the field would President Poincare and Sir Edward British cruiser and let It approach Troop Need Fruit. to within a distance of two miles and I saw them standing In long Grey, and A member of the German army reject. equally, too, from the a half when It hoisted the German medical corps, writing from the front lines waiting for their poor share of French good wife who sends news flag and opened fire. The commandto the Frankfurter Zeitung. urges the dole of a charity which already of the cow, and the German maiden AN ACCREDITED ant, named Theroinne, prepared to the kindhearted public to send fruit was nearly exhausted. I saw their who seeks her lover, tor In this work give battle. but, but before the men and vegetables to the soldiers In the towns when hardly one stone stood jaj are CqUai, were at their posts the Emden fired fighting line. It is difficult, he says, upon another. I saw their abandon"The letters come In French, GerBEAVER DAM. KY. and killed or wounded many French to obtain either fruit or vegetables ed farm lands where the harvests man, Russian English, Flemish and Training of teachers a specialty. An exceptionally d sailors, among whom were the pilot, In France, and the lack of such fresh rotted In the furrows and the fruit the Slav tongues. As they are openPcge, and the wireless operators, instructor ffivinjr his entire time to this Department food at a time when we can obtain hung mildewed and ungathered upon ed, they are assorted to the different and Pletrl. From this time hardly any exercise is exerting a de- the trees. I saw Jhelr cities where after Xmas. Daily clas3 in AKricnIture. Tuition reasonable. departments by languages. If comMousquet was without a leterious effect on their general trade was dead and credit was a . on the Good, cheap board. Common school graduates get free tuition established, letmunication has been chance of escape. One by one the health. thing which no longer existed. I ters and parcels are forwarded at in High School. crew were struck and soon a shell The men get an abundance of or- saw them staggering from weariness once. If no communication has been esi-r-i- -i crashed through the side of the dinary nourishing food the writer and from the weakness of hunger. I made, tho letters are divided Into French vessel and entered the boil- says, and he strongly recommends saw all these sights repeated and For further particulars call on or address three classes: First, those giving full ers. The little destroyer began to that their friends instead of choco- multiplied infinitely yes, and magand working Information as to the o down by the head. late, tobacco, cigars and cigarettes, nified, too but not once did I see families, or as to their wounded The. Emden ceased firing. Com-- . of which they have more than they a man or woman or even a child that and interned; second, where only manslant Theroinue.for the first time, can consume. He also disapproves wept or cried out." partial Information is given, which descended from the bridge and began presents of woolen goods, which, he The horrors of war as portrayed by replied to with CLrds asking full distributing life preservers, buoys and says, merely hamper the soldiers and Mr. Cobb are enough to startle a are particulars; and third, the letters hatch gratings. He himself was suggests that relatives and friends hardened criminal. He tells of see- which give no names or addresses wounded two thin streams of blood rather should send carrots and caul- ing soldiers In tatter3 and streams and must be put aside. flowing down his face. In a moment iflowers. of wounded pouring back from tho "As to the present efficiency of the modi of the crew who were able to How "Tommy Atkins" deceived His front endlessly. It is a strictly neu- Agency over two thousand letters, m do so had leaped Into the sea. The Name. tral word picture he paints in the to not speak of other communicaEmden fired again and the commandThe British soldier has been known interest of humanity In the futuro. tions, are delivered each day. While ant ran forward to give aid to two for a long time as "Tommy Atkins," The title of the article is "The War Geneva Is giving its best Inscrvice nnd wounded bailors. He was 1n the act for so long, la fact, that no one can Blight." are delivered each day. While Geof throwing life buoys when sudden- remember just how this name came Dealer In Usht Utilldlnp: Material-- . Can vae joil money on neva Is giving its best in service and ly the Mousquit sank. Several exto be fastened on him. sadness, in tears and time, and while JH Cement, I'hiterin, Roofing untl in fart, ever)tliin which Co- -. The substantial growth of tho AmRescues the Survivors. One planations have been offered. SV.V. HIM HKFOKK u modern building. Concrete Silo-.- . erican Red Cross organization dur- all letters go without stamps there H iVJ. Theroinne succeeded in finding of them says: MAKING YOCK IMilNH. are none the less many unavoidable year is described in an support for borne little time on a The term arose from the little ing the past expenses. It Is to the great credit HontShg box but owing to an accident pocket ledgers at onetime served out article in the January number of the American Red Cross Magazine. Dur- of tho American Red Cross Society he "Ras again thrown into the water to all British soldiers, in which were that It has been the need, and Is n to be and sever reappeared. Ensign entered the name, the age, the ing 1914 there was an Increase of 47 helping the older but smaller sister Red Cross chapters in the United work being done by the 192 Ameri- phant close of a life spent in tho was saved and assumed the date of enlistment, the length of serwith her burden of charity." can Red Cross surgeons and nurses service of his Lord and the church. place. The Emden vice, the wounds and the medals, and States members and an increase of coruicander's A Friend. In Europe. lowered two boats and rescued the so on, of each individual. The War Red Cross members of all classes of The first of the American Red There are other Instructive and survivors, beginning with those far- - Office sent with each of these little approximately 3,000. The American Red Cross thus far Cros Magazine as a monthly the entertaining articles, among them lhet,t from the vessel. One Anna-mit- e books a form for filling it in, and the Deafness Cannot Be Curetf preferred trusting to a floating hypothetical name selected, Instead has sent to the distressed countries January number contains numer- being one by Arthur Powell Davis, by locil application!, they cannot rtacli of Europe 192 skilled surgeons and ous articles of an interesting and Chief Engineer of the U. S. Reclamaths illtaal portion of the car. There la a of John Doe and Richie Hoe, as with barrtl to being rescued. Then only one way to cure drafneai. and that la siren whistle from the Emden re- lawyers, was "Tommy Atkins." The enrolled Red Cross trained nurses enlightening character concerning tion Service, on one of the greatest by conetltutlonal remedies. Deatneaj ta by an Inflamed condition of thf called the rescue parties, as Frencch books Immediately came to be so and vast quantities of medical and the humanitarian efforts of the Red engineering feats contemplated in cau.eil lining of the Kuatachlan Tube. When thla ou have la Inflamed rumbllnc torpedo boats had been sighted. called, and it did not require long to surgical supplies and shiploads of Cross organizations to relieve the the world today, the reclaiming and aoundtube Imperfect hearing, and awhen It la or warm clothing and other useful do- distress of countless thousands of draining of the and entirety cloaeit, Deafnrae la the reault. anal Those not wounded were given quar- transfer the name from the book to unleaa the Infltmmatlon can be taken out nations, for the destitute women and human beings throughout the Euro- famine-stricke- n Hual River district and thla tube rtatored to Ita normal conditers on the Emden's deck and the the soldier. tion, hearing will be deatroyed forever: nlnn children and other noncombatants. pean war region, and is generously In China. A correspondent of the London casea out of ten are cauaed by Catarrh, wounded were installed in the infirwhich i nothing but an Inflamed condition sent numerous large con- Illustrated. It has also mary. German bailors gave cloth- Times says: of the mucoua aurfacea. We Hundred Tliey Often coac will give One(cauaed by Dollara for any On the ing to the French prisoners. "Many will remember why our tributions of money. Irvln S. Cobb, ,the author, gives Stop the Child's Cobl. of Oeafneaa catarrh) that official relief organThe American Ile.NUlt Seriously. cannot be cured by llall'a Catarrh Cura. 9 two of the soldiers received this name In the thrill atter thrill in a graphic delilfht of October Send for clrculnra. free. ization has been able to carry on scription of what he saw in a recent F. J CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough latter. Barbarous and Stephan, died first Instance. How, in 1857, when Soli! by Drugglata. 75c of their wounds. The German crew, the rebellion broke out In Lucknow, this gigantic work as a result only extensive tour of the are children's ailments which need Take llall'a Family Title for constipation. including the Prince of Houenzoltern, all the Europeans fled to the resi- of years of steady planning and sys- territory. Mr. Cobb generously con- Immediate attention. Tho after-effeca nephew of the Kaiser, buried the dency. On their way they came up- tematizing. are often most serious. Don't tributed this article as a means of "Our American Red Cross has further riveting the attention of Am- take the risk you don't have to. lcad Frenchmen, who were wrapped on a private of the Thirty-secon- d in the tricolor, with all military Regiment (Duke of Cornwall's light demonstrated its preparedness to ericans on tho sore distress abound- Dr. King's New Discovery checks the Cold, soothes the Cough, allays the 1 honors. Infantry) on sentry nt an outpost. deal with war conditions" says an ing abroad. Eirjwitu's Ct.ptfilit Recites I'raer. They ursed him to make his escape editorial In the same number of the The splendid growth of the Am- Inflammation, kills the Germs and alOXK STAR "Its organization that erican Th Emden's captain recited pwy-r- s with them, but he would not do so magazine. Red Cross during the past lows Nature to do her liKullug work. AS GOOD AS JlOTTLEn IN provided trained, aye, skilled, perRuy a bottle lor the dead and made a spsech and was killed. His name happenyear, and especially since the out- 50c at your Druggist. ROM) Delivered anywhere In W tn Gtraian, closing with the words ed to be Tommy Atkins, and so, sonnel and supplies ran smoothly break of the European war. Is re2 the Middle West or East or In French: "Wo pray for these throughout the mutiny campaign, and promptly." viewed In another article. "Reinany place In Kentucky for only This same editorial says elsewhere: .Joseph M. Miller lKul. brave nen who died from wounds re- when a daring deed was done the forcements from the Middle West," "By means of its Medical Bureau ceived in glorious combat." Even- doer was said to be 'a regular Tommy 4.-is the title of an Informative article Dundee, Ky., Jan. Joseph and Us Nursing Service It (the Am- by tually the French survivors were Atkins' " John J .O'Connor, on the estab- M- Miller died at his rcnldunco near Either In Four Full Quarts erican Red Cross) was able to supplaced aboard the English freighter lishment of the new Central Divis- Olaton on December 21, 1014. He or Gallon Glass Jugs. ply Immediately a corps of compeNewbern and landed at Sabank, a .Many Disorder Come From the I.iver ion quarters in Chicago, and of 18GG and was Old Quality Is as pure and tent surgeons and trained nurses. substantial support given in tho was aborn on January 10, port in the Dutch Eatt Indies. This Are You Just nt Oilds that faithful and consistent member mellow as Whisky can bo No time was lost In having to concourtesy and charity toward his eneWith Yourself? Do You section to the European war relief of tho Baptist church. Funeral sermade. Distilled from the finest sider how they should be obtained campaign. Regulate Living? mies characterized all the actions of vices were conducted by Rev. Van selected grain, assuring that or where they should be obtained or tho Emden's captain, who deserves William Foley, In "Handling the Hoy after which hts remains were Are you sometimes at odds with wonderful aroma found only In where they should be obtained. No to be remembered equully for his yourbelf and with the world? Vital Mall," tells In vivid style of laid to rest In the Olaton cemetery Do good Whisky that Is pure study was required as to uniforms the work of tho agency qualitV? of mercy and his splendid you wonder what alls you? for prisoners In tho presence of a largo and BoTrue especially suitable for family These wero details naval achievements. you may be eating regularly and and equipment. of war In Oenova. rrowing number of relatives uud or medicinal purposes. all arranged long ago. Salaries to (icrrnun Wont Shopping in the Kns-Hs- li sleeping well. Yet something Is the Under tho caption "Taking Old friends. Get our complete price list. be paid and standards required were I J lies. Constipation, Santa to Armageddon," Headache, matter! Tho deceased Is survived by a wife, Frank 0. Special prices made In quanall to be found in the regulations of Heaton Th war correspondent of the Nervousness and Bilious Spells indi contributes a stirring account 3 sous and 5 daughters, 2 brothers, tities. Volkszettung recounts a "shop-.pin- g cate a Sluggish Liver. The tried tho Red Cross service." of the Christmas Ship movement In 2 sisters and 5 Dro. ri i ii & Co. expedition" which a venture- remedy Is Dr. King's Now Life Pills. P. R. tho United States. Miller had been 111 for Home time some vjerinaii soldier recently under- Only 25c at your druggist. Mull Order Department, The Agency for Prisoners of War There is a general review of tho but had been cheerful all thorough took for supplies within the English Owen.sboro, Ky, Bucklen's Arnica Salve for Skin at Geneva, which is a Red Cross In- Important relief efforts of tho Am- hts lllnebs and didn't seem to fear P. R. Lancaster & Co., Hues In Flanders. He writes: Eruptions. 2 novation in war relief work, Is de- erican Red Cross In Europe and death. Owensboro, Ky. an article on tho decision of , "Neither tho enemy's fire nor the scribed in the American Red Cross The family has lost a faithful husinclemency of the weather cau afGentlemen: Enclosed Magazine for January as "the clear- tho Rockefeller Foundation to put band and father, and tho community find , for which send me, ex? fect the courage and the humor of ing house for the woes and worries its vast resources behind European a faithful and untiring worker for press propald, our men. Owing to tho bad roads, qts.; In rehabilitation work; an interesting the good of humanity. Weep not of half the Christian world." gals. 'Old Quality 1 Star. which are ofteu made impassable by this article, which Is entitled "Handl- - letter from Dr. Sophie Nordhoff- - dear wife and children for be Is at For Infanta and Children. .. Name shell pits, and also to tho rapid adlng the Vital Mull," William Foley, Jung, on tho American Red Cross rest uow and suffers not. Express Office vance of our troops, it is not always ft9 Kind You Havt Always Soughl who was closely associated with Hospital in Munich; and, uuder the Our heart goes out In sympathy to possible for the commissariat colPost office Monsieur Custav Ador, the .dlstln- - title, "Word from tho Front," there the faithful wife and children, who Bears tha M umns to keep pace with the fighting (Signature Cut Out and Mail Now. giilshed Swiss Chairman of tho In- -' are a number of communications have for so long ministered to his line. Often, therefore, our men Red Cross Committee, In which give an Intimate view of the needs, and we rejoice in the trium ternatlonal I SIDELIGHTS ...tv i STORIES OUR SCIENTIFIC Horse and Mule Collars t ftt or j Indo-Chin- a. I wind-swep- rain-wash- i., i. Wc arc putting in a stock of Harness, Breeching, Humes, &c, all of the best high grade goods. Any one wanting a horse or mule collar should see our Scientific Collars. 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They went on the the- - vuni,x.vi,ni jmiuiwiuiii p,0j III ,loUll i,voii0 j ,ory that the industries would con- - . mllR, fill,,ml, tn vaprlnnt,nn ,, tlnue to operate and employ labor ,ong aB no work hag bcen p;ov,d. even though the money realized from ed for the prIsoners they are obg. the sale of thc finished product was cd to take exorcise for two hours less than the cost of production. They each day on tho greensward of the were astounded uhen Oregon nnd race course. There are about 1,400 Washington's lumber mills shut down men lodged Will help parents develop their sons into at the race course at because they could not pay American Ruhlenben, and only a comparatively the best type of citizens and Christian wages to American worklngmen and small force of guards Is necessary sell their lumber In competition with for them, since the prisoners are gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat- duty-fre- e Canadian product. The ', obliged to take care of themselves. tered and comes from the best homes in Democrats Immediately charged tlieiTiey are ,,v(le(1 n group, of f mill owners and tlmbermen with ajtcn t0 ,wcnty personSi wlth an ,'. the South. Its capacity is limited, there- conspiracy to cast discredit upon thc telligent, civil prisoner as monitor fore, reservations should be made early. administration and thereby bring the over each group. The monitor must H Tariff into disfavor. They never for see to It that there Is the strictest ! Place your son in this select group of a moment gave just consideration or order and cleanliness maintained, thought to the actual facts and con- and his instructions must be obeyed boys. Write ditions. absolutely. But conditions continued to grow more serious, and with the opening of hostilities in Europe and the anniFor catalogue and information. Box A. hilation of the foreign markets the FOR FLETCHER'S band be leaders of the Free-Trad- e I , gan to mark time. Here Is the greatest opportunity American manufacj Set en Years Is too Long. turers and Industries ever had for Tuft, In one of his If you are not familiar with Llppln- the corralling of the South American USELIV-VER-LA- X you are doing yourself trade, but the homo Industrial condi- recent addresses, returned to tho once cott's publishers an injustice. and the j one-terIdea of having tion Is too slinky to warrant nny ex- popular penditures along this line. Not only Presidents of seven years. Wo are j has established industry been paraly- sorry that Mr. Taft has not seen fit zed through the vicious effects of tho to revise that Idea. Seven years is Underwood Turiff, but Infant Industry too long for n man to bo in office, , under certain circumstances. o lias "died .. I At the present time, for instance, Mr. Mack conclusively points out the 111 effects of such a Tnriff. To wo believe there is a widespread, al- -, provide work for the American work- most universal desire on the part of "The Standard Fiction Magazine lngmen we must have Industrial pros- tho thinking people of this country of America" Feel ripht nil the time. Don't lay oil perity, and no difference what tho to end the present Tariff, n Tariff froth work for days by taking calomel Is, anything that stimulates that has been found to be unsulted to NOW LN ITS 4Cth YEAR method Lax keeps you when pleasant on your feet, whilorelievingyour troubIndustry Is legitimate and right, and American conditions. If thc country easy to take. Don't j whether It is a Democratic policy or could voto directly on that Tariff to- 25 Cents a Copy S3.00 a Year le. Safer too, and You can't au"ord take inything else. i a suftragette policy, If It delivers the morrow It would bo voted out, we it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysgoods It will speedily ho assimilated hellove, two to one. Hut the pro- (The first magazine to originate tho tem and relieves constipation. A natj ural remedy, natural in its actions, Euro Idea of publishing a complete policy. cesses of getting rid of It are slow and become an in its effect and certain in results. It novel In each number.) Tho rich can evade the effect of a and It will take two years moro ot will won't be lone before Liv- - Ver-La- x .waiting, with another general election Tariff aimed at them, but tho poor in SUBSCRIPTION1 completely displace calomel freelyever; ana cannot. home. Children can tako it Hence tho decrease in tho to complete tho work, to revise the A YEAR'S with perfect safety. Every bottle puar-- . Importation, of diamonds since the Tariff bo that It will again administer BRINGS YOU anteed. 50c nnd $1 in bottles. Nona Underwood Tariff went Into effect Is A the wants of the people. without the likeness and signaSuppose now that President Wil- 12 Great Complete Novels. 75 Short genuine L. K. Grigsby. For salo by not half so important as tho decrease ture of &0' 60 Timely Articles. Stories. in the employment of American work- son should be In for seven years. DurJ. H. W1LLIA.MS, - Hartlord. Ky. Striking Poems. 200 Pages of Hu lngmen. It matters not to the man ing all that time, through political digging In the ditch whether the Am- strategy, ho would be able to block nior. THE erican millionaire pays a hundred per tho people In their desire to have tho SEWING cent duty on his diamond or pays Tarllf revised. For seven years he al Llpplncott's Is enjoying a big nothing nt all, but it does matter to would he able to Interposo his will OF Thousands of of popularity. QUALITY.) him whether or not the mills and against the will of the people. Such new readers have been adddd to its a situation would become tragical nnd factories run or stand idle. the past subscription list during If the Democrats would only quit tend to subvert the institutions of few months, and Us circulation is the country. There must be a reas- Increasing rapidly. worshipping this Idol of Free-Trad- e NOT SOLD and grasp the opportunity now ex- onable means for the people to get UNDER tended them they would win a pluce at their government, for the policies ANY in tho heaits of the American people nnd wishes of the people to be regis- HOW TO REDUCE THE OTHER They do not which would carry them thiough tered ut Washington. COST OF GOOD READING NAME. many years of popularity. Otherwise, want to be held up for seven years, and that by one man, a man who may there Is no question but tho Demoy for Send WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME.. crats are doomed to defeat, for this bo either wise or otherwise. Cedar Ilaplds (la.) Itepubllcan. If ou purchase the NKW HOMKyou will spirit of unrest will increase under Lippincott's "Little Book of Big have a lira mct at the price you poy, uud wilt ) tho homeopathic doses of psycholonot lave an endless cluilu of rtpAlrn. Bargains" Cough Medicine for Children. gical prosperity which ls now being give a child a cough medi- Vew Never prescribed for what alia us. What Quality Edition Just Published for the 4 the American worklngman wants Is cine that contains opium In any form. , Season Cormderei an opportunity to work and earn an When opium Is given other and more serious diseases may follow. Long SENT FREE UPON REQUEST wage. kit tho American workingman's experience has demonstrated that Cheapest J. B.LIPPINCOTT COMPANY there Is no better4r safer medicine How the ItussUns Fure at Herlln. coughs, colds and croup In chil- WASHINGTON SQAfi.1791) PHILADELPHIA n the end The treatment of Russian civil for prisoners Interned at the German dren than Chamberlain's Cough Remto buy, " f1 concentration camp, a former race edy. It Is equally valuable for adTo Prevent Blood Poisoning If you wuula awning machine, write ror course at Huhleben, is described in ults. Try it. It contains no opium ipply at ooce the wonderful old rtllable DR. on i.tinUasu. or other harmful drug. For sale by UKTIiK'S ANTISKPT1C 1IKA1.I.NG OIL.akur our latest catulOKUe Ufore ) Zeltung of Berlin: the Vosslcbo t cal drtniut th&t relieve pnto nod, heel Ihe New Krat Serag Maiiftt Ce., Crage, Mas. After the stalls of the race course all dvaR'rs. .ctauctioic. Set a lfntintra. .Sc.Hc. UC 4 have lioen thoroly cleaned unci disinfected compartments for four per- unorPiHons nch worc arra,,Re(l ns Bleeping sleeping bags lltmlJLIl A I MUdta garters K""r wcro put In each box, together with a table and chair and largo wash These- may bo basins. only His Protectionism It Approved In the passageway nnd filled thcro dried. ' In the boxes arc lodged the mom-- I Might Save The hers ot the cultured classes as well Ins tho destitute Russians who are Party. liable to military service, together with tho wives and children of the latter; whilst for the rest of the civ "Work must be furnished to every il prisoners mostly seasonal work- worker In this country, and every crs, the large and airy spaces above -- WUrKlT Willi UIIIIIVB III IIIUBI! UIUI C9. 1,1, .... . I. i Illicit Ul UO UUIIllll- '"" To give employment to all we must orc,8 have the Industries by which employ- - j Jmt ))0 fawU jo fonnd nieiil Is crtated. v;th th(. glellcri R0 nono mn ,)(J fom)(1 lor once the emocrats have a wlh tnu cure ,cn Kvc . A oses If they will only fo low him. Le,ves overy oUlcr ,, ,oaf a, Norman E. Mack. Democratic Nation- - of freah ,)roa(, nn(, morillng nm, nl Committeeman from New ork. , cvenl)g Cf)flce ,s 8om;( Ko and a war horse In the Democratic t,,ope , , a(1(Iton eMl(,f Qr party comes outstrongly in favor of mnmROf nH the pr,,onerB mny pr(jfcr it revision or the Underwood Tariff, TUJ , . mealf howov thc u speedy revision ami an upward re- - dRjr m,aJ( whch g cookc(, n meM vision. lie strikes tho keynote of kkcien, ani, C011Bst8 of mcat , " the troublo with the present Dem ' toes and various vegetables, all ocratlc Underwood Tariff when ho cooked together and divided In racalls nttontlon to thc fact that It tions, to all. The mess kitchen Is has affected the wage earners almost housed In the saloon quarters of the exclusively, and adversely. The In- race course. From there the prisdustries by which employment Is oners fetcli their food In specially crtated, using Mr. Mack's own word-lu- furnished napkins, and they cat their have simply ceased to exist under meals either on the race course, or Hie Underwood Tariff. Instead of If the weather Is Inclement, In tho reducing the cost of lUing it has In- restaurant of tho course. In case creased it simply because It has the prisoners have money of their thrown the laborer out of employ- own, they may get their meals from ment nnd he must fall back upon so- the canteen keeper, where they can ciety for tho means of existence. Thc buy tea, coffee, milk and tobacco, Underwood Tariff is vicious in this altho tho sale of stronger liquors Is respect. strictly prohibited. The operators of mines and facIn case a prisoner does not wish tories and In fact of all our indus- to wash his own clothes, he can have tries, cannot and will not operate at It done for him by paying therefor. a loss. When the cost of production Each day a barber makes the rounds Is greater that tho returns from the for hair and beard trimming. If a sales of the finished product they can- - prisoner wishes to buy new clothing not exist, and when tho sale price is oc 1nen ,,e ,g perm,tted to do so . reduced to the level of or lower than lmder ,,. cuard of ., npn. the cost of production the result Is y gpandau ' ,,. .,, , ,. , same. 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Cojntics cf Kentucky, wIjcii made and frou nhatCouutics. All of tie Vital Stttullct of Kentucby. 1 his unique and valuable Atla it free to all Evening 1'ott subcribcrj. If not now a subscriber, send $3.00 for a full year's subscription, or $2.00 for a six months' subscription by mail. Pleat underttaod. iheia rates are by mall OBly, and not throutb earner or ateei. L'epartmtrtanJt.edc-lcalforiewlthtlie.rtalarlej. 1i - aam.P AH PJcturen of Kentucky's Governors i W H ,, jl Iro-i- g, OUR SPECIAL COMBINATION OFPER: Daily Kentucky CoTernor'e Well Chart Ereainf Po.t, one year " mm fr -"- WW nUtlB" n Mi fib Hartford Itepubllcan, 1 yr ALL THItEE FOR - - - $3.00 31.50 $1.00i 3.50 the the ! rrh' ,,, n, rc Vanderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. J fff 2 g Children Cry B MATHENEY & BATTS Si CASTOR S A I LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE I For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. Lio-Vc- r- J i I I I NEW HOME To-da- 1913-191- I I flUJt i If ft .. ' i 'ft rectora have decided to give tho pPo-pl- o one more chance to come and form another MrnhR Ai-In the State of Kentucky SUSPECT FILES SUIT Ion RnMrwl dimriSlMr to Uw nt th Polo!Hcr Kentucky Is some 13,000,000 In . Urtfox), ns Ohio county Is to be in of tho ' ttitll nnttr l the ffiond debt and prospect for relief U not OlW"1, llrst to bo given tho riiniicc anil j . to the unclothed orb. visible since the time Is it rowing near for Not one of these conditions is in Sues Coal Company in Muhlen- C. VI. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor the work to begin. I wish to ask the ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor the remotest degree related to or af people that have talked so favorable, fected by the success or failure of Mr. berg County For to nov. Miow their willingness ami WINon's Administration, the fact get to work among your neighbors all communications to that the Bull Moose Is n politically Addrew Injuries. anil lit ready to get down to real Hie Hartford Republican. extinct species or by the dctcrmlna-- ! , T"' when this work ts begun. buslue tlon of the Old Guard to stand or And any Hcctlon that really wishes j fall In 1910 with the l'aync-Aldric- h Greenville, Ky., Jan. 4. ChargNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS will please notify me Praise Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound nothing to ing that lie was the victim of an un- to tariff. Party labels have Hutmrlbtn tfrtlrliig the nlfr.'Fiit tu n once so that wo may know where ttioft pItp the oli mMrvi" In innUuir thf do with the case. provoked attack by armed employes at to make the appointments for tho j Vi'Onrtt. Women from the Atlantic to thc Pacific, from all sections The Independent voter Is going to j of tho Ilevier Coal Company and speakers when they arrive. tlnln I.wnl nnrt .Votlrc- - tfl ht line ntid .' power In Ken- - , wounded ilfty times In the side and t Icin. of this great country, no cV so large, no village so small exercise the balnce of prr !lf for fiu'd udilillminl tnir Now If we don't avail ourselves of OMtiiurlm, Ilecolatlon" nn.l l'nnl of Th tnl'.fc tucky this year, as he has done in j hack, Will Vance, now under In but that some woman hn written words of thanks for opportunity to get together there pur l!m. mom?- In minimi. every gubernatorial election for tho dictment for alleged participation In this Mhi-! health restored by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comno use to he complaining about fur fr., Imt Oitirth .Smii n "ttnaaiim linntnr" mill mum tin. is last twenty years. hurrh hilr.rtl"mint. fc ir line. . Trusts oppressing us when we pound. No woman who is suffering from the ills peculiar ..the ALtit.riunui lumiuniiltBtlonn will recdve no How docs the Democratic party company s commissary, has Hied suit have no one to blame but ourselves. to her .sex should rest until she hasgiven this famous remedy itfOtUii , ,. .. purpose to meet the situation? As In the Muhlenberg Circuit Court for ilium iwi viuu., a trial. Is it not reasonable to believe that what it did for $5,000 damges aglnst the coal coma constructive party,- sincerely desirHENRY .M. P1RTLK. pany. J. P. Cox, the alleged leader these women it will do for any sick woman ? Cia.raa.terIo.aii. iS3 ous of ministering to the fundamen- In the attack, Is nnmed as a '. tal needs of the State, or a3 a politiwO ,syi r(arrsirc Report of The (Niiidtllon of Tiie in the suit. cal organization content to let those Wonderful Case of Airs. Stephenson, $! The "shooting up" of the Bevler needs go hang, as long as It can conFRIDAY, JANUARY K. on Pacific Const. Company's store scvral months ago Beaver Darn Deposit Bank jobs? nect with the was one of the principal breaches Our.ooN. "I was side with what four doctor lshi:rnxni:NrK, If the Democratic party intends ralli-iXi'ivoiis I'rontiatioii, was treated br them for sevoiil jvan., ANNOUNCEMENTS. to go before the voters In the first of the law ascribed to the "possum Doing business at the town f fteav- would le belter for a while then baik in the. old wny ugaiiu I IkiiL of these roles, there'll bo a platform hunter" bands In this county. Flvo t n.ilii. County of Ohio, State ialiitatioii of thc heart very bad, faint imr kih'Hs, and wan so nervous: men In the nttacklnc nartv wore r Kentucky, at tho close of ft'c arc authorized to announce convention before the primary. If wounded. Cox was that a siHion dio)iiiie; (o the lloor would neiuly kill me, could not; the leader of a business (hi iUst day of lift the lightest weight without making mo sick; in fad was nhnuL an JOHN H. THOMAS a candidate for it prefer the latter, tho odds against small group of employes of the comDecember, 1914. sick and inferable as a person could lie. I saw your medicine.'-- , ml- the Republican nomination for State the election of the Republican State pany who returned the fire of the verlied and thought I would try theni,and am so thankful I did for Senator. 20th district, composed of ticket cannot conservatively he raiders. Following the trouble tho they lieijieil me at once. I look about n dozen bottles of I.ydi.i K. RESOURCES. Muhlenberg and Butler coun- - scribed as prohibitive, grntld jury retuced Indictments i'in'kliaiu's Vegetable (.'oii)xunl and also used the Sanative Vn.i. Loans and Discounts . .$212,S42.9," primary election Aug. i ties. General Since then 1 have used them whenever I felt sick. Your remedies: tgainst Ave local men and Vance Overdrafts, secured and "RlessliiRs" of Low Tariff. 7,1915. are the only doctor I employ. You ate at lilHMty to publish this letwas named us one of the alleged 1 20.70 unsecured Where are the blessings of low ter." hs. W. STiaMiiixsoN, Indeiiendeiice, Oregon. outlaws. Stocks, Bonds and other We are authorized to announce Tariff when the people must make In his action against Cox and the Securities 27,17S.ii5 HON. ALBERT LEACH, of Beaver j up the deficit by paying extra for A Grateful Atlantic Coast Woman. coal concern Vance charges he was Due from" Banks 40.727.SC Dam, Ky., a candidate for State Sena- - gasoline, beer, soda water, theatre HoronoN-- , Mi:. "I feel it a duly I owo to all suffering wonic:i to shot while walking along the right Cash on hand 10.G1...3S tor in the 26 Senatorial District com- - tickets, chewing gum, etc.? For It of way of the Louisville & Nashville tell what I.vdia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Comioiiiid did for me. Ono Checks and other cash nrised of the counties of Ohio, But- - must be remembered that the estl- year ago I found myself a terrible sull'crer. 1 had juins in Iwith .sides railroad. He sets forth that when items 00 Republican mated deficit In governmental rev- ler and Muhlenberg, and Mich a soreness I could scarcely straighten up at times. My he passed the store he was "molest1915. primary election, Aug. jcmies Is not based on the imports ing no one nor intending to do any- Banking House. Furniback tidied. I had no npjictilc and was so nervous I could not sleep, 2,000.00 ture and Fixtures. . . . and exports of the month of August, then I would be so tired mornings that I could scaicelv get around. one harm, when Cox and other em- Other Real 00 It seemed almost impossible, to movo or do a bit of woik and T Estate We are authorized to announce but on the five months previous to ployes directed by him opened fire." Other Assets not includthought I never would Ik) any lietter until I submitted to an OTTO C. MARTIN a candidate for the outbreak of the European war. Hearing of th daiuge suit and tion, I commenced taking l.ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, ed under any of above ..the Republican nomination for Cir- - The Democratic Tariff without spec-cu- lt Vance's trial both are expected to and soon feltlikc a new woman. I had no pains, slept well, had goodi Court Clerk at the general prl- - lal taxes would have bankrupted our 00 heads appetite and was fat and could do almost all my own work for a famj Government, war or no war. The be reached at the January term of inary election Aug. 7, 1915. ily of four. I shall always feel that I owe my good health to your the Muhlenberg Circuit Court. The $ !93,491.44 under the Cleveland Total j last low Tariff, medicine." Mrs. IIaywauu Sowkus, llodgdon, Maine. Wo are authorized to announce j administration, had exactly the same court's docket contains the smallest LIABILITIES. many Tor .10 ycufK Lvilht K. Plnhhum's Vegetable Capital Stock paid ill, in CAL P. KE(HV,V a candidate for the erect, only in that case instead of number of civil actions In years, but the criminal docket is a Compound lins lieentlie Ntundiiril remedy for l'e noniinuijini for Circuit special taxes the administration cash BfjpilbHcan . .$ 25.00000 j'. lengthy one. Additional Investigamn't ills. No ouo sick Wltlt woman's ailments i Surplus Clerk of Ohid County, General j SUCJ more bonds. President Wilson Fund --. 31,500.00 does justice to hcrscir If hu docs not try this fations of outlawry are to be made by Is more fortunate tlllin President Undivided Profits, lesscx-pense- s mous medicine mntlo from roots and iter!, tt primary election August 7, 1915. the grand jury this month. baa restored sonvAhy stifferingwotucntotirtVtth. r 1 56 5fi Cleveland, for he has the war hi anil taxes paid . E.FINKIUM lftfeftttf ECO. MfeWritet-AlLYDIi Europe Deposits subto hide behind. The new in- Report of the Condition of the (CONR.UENTIAL) LYNN, JIASSaWMhIvIcp. Have you broken any of them yet? ternal rAVAiiiip tnvps nri to miilffi nn ! ject to check $ 99.41S.99 Ym: opened, read nA answered Y.our lettcrVv ill Demand Certhe natural and Inevitable deficit of liy'a iroinoA und held in strict coroduni:. yTaCTIniimX1 The Republican party in Kentucky a Democratic Tariff, and the Eurotificates of needs about fifty more good county pean struggle makes it convenient ' DoinS business at the town of Hart- - rieposlt newspapers. x1Zi, c?u.ntv of ollo. State of to refer to it as, a war tax." Kan-- ; Time DeposKentucky, at the close ot sas City Journal. ".'. . 136,160.90 its Santa Clans has gone home and business on 31st day of Cenlhed ported over liiR door, "No bill col- Protection w'" tvhtcks December, 1914. 00 Stead.;,. Grow Ins In tlie J- - j lectors need tinply," "V Cashier's South. RESOURCES. out- checks Th,s co,mtr-v- - or thc ""J"". f We are to HaVe enough eandl- -' Loans and Discounts., .i o,3GC15 standing . . 00 235.5S5.S9 a Protective Overdrafts, secured Snd believe Pf0"1 to drive utfay that dates Oils Vt-Due Banks and Trust . .... 00 lonesome feeling anyway. Tarlf of that f"1 The South unsecured ..-., An accredited High School of the Companies . i d Notes and Bills ' i t tint m npa (linn twtj ntlinr a- -- Stocks, Bonds and other cert first-clas- s. Jt wvv,iiuu iiivJiv uiuii ntit uviivi 00 Securities It Is hard to teach an old dog new , tion of the country, and the business Due from Banks We have tried to teach 10,205.31 Unpaid Dividends trick men of the South are more and more 11,819.35 Reserve for taxes Melco the tricks of peace. Cash on hand MID-WINTTERM BEGINS II ready to acknowledge the need of Checks and other cash Bills Payable this section tor a Protective Tariff Now conies the report that the Re158.29 Other Liabilities not initems deNew classes wjll be organized in High School gional Banks will not pay expenses. in order to secure the broadest Banking House, Furnicluded under any of velopment of its industries. The 1,000.00 Give them "watchful waiting." ture and Fixtures . . . work to nccofnmodatu students entering at time . 00 heads Protection sentiment throughout the Other Real Estate 00 w"-f- ; nd but time. The work in tho Normal Department will v Why didn't they tag the cathedral If0""1 '? stc?'m-Other Assets not Includ$293,491.44 Total begin at the same time with a strong clays-.- . at Rheims, "Don't shoot me. I am iur luuai I'uiiuuuns it wuuici iijiik "hi any of above ed under i STATE OF KENTUCKY) have been able to make itself felt only an innocent 00 heads )Sct. Free tuition to common school graduates. Puand thus helped to strengthen the ) County of Ohio pils intending to take the next examination for ' It is said Mr. Bryan wants to sell Protective Tariff forces of the coun$104,009.10 Total We. 1. P. Barnard and John H. his farm on the Mexican border. Too try. The politicians und some of LIABILITIES. diplomas are urged to enter at the beginning of Barnes, President and Cashier of the many bullets In the way of the spring the newspapers of the South may uiir Capital Stock paid in, above uumed Hank, do solemnly Ulertake to decry or deny the steady tne term and not to wait 'till after the examinaplowing. $ 25,000.00 in cash swear that the above statement is ' growth of a Protective Tariff sentition. Ciuod tumid at reasonable rates. 12,500.00 true to tho best of our knowledge ' Surplus Fund' Yes, the next Presidential contest ment among all tiie leading business less exCndivlded Profits and belief. For further particulars call on or address will be fought with the Tariff the forces of tills section, but the growth ' penses and taxes paid 2,217.31 I. P. BARNARD. President. main issue. When did we ever do is there and It can easily be found Deposits subject JNO. H. BARNES, Cashier. by any intelligent, honest observer. without It? to check ....$43,574.13 Subscribed anil sworn to before The Louisiana sugar peopli who have me tills 5th day of January, 1915. Gov. McCrrnry must feci very been sacrificed in the house of their Demand Certlfi- -' ' MARSHALL BARNES, much out of place, while all the oth- trieuds by the elimination of the cates of Depos it $1S,S17.0C Notary Public. er young fellows about Frankfort Tariff on sugar are not more pro- 00 Time Deposits My Commission Expires January are going alter some new oillce. nounced In tholr demand for a Pro- - 'Certified 00 Checks 23. 1918. tectivo Tariff for their Interests than Cashier's Checks Both tiie Republican and DemoCorrect Attest: are the iron people, and the lumber (outstanding .. Tlio Aye nf (ieiier.ils. 00 02,391.79 "far flung battle line" In Europe, cratic parties In Kentucky aro likely people, and the cotton manufacturG. II. BARNES,' to be embarrassed by tho State-wid- e Due Banks and Trust If tho Osder theory of men losing and It Is well that It Is so. C. P. AUSTIN, ers, and the rice growers, and others 00 Companies luestlon at their platform conven-- , who represent JNO. H. BARNES, their best powers before middle ago the real business heart Notes and Dills Redls- lions. Directors. were true, then thlH world conflict I and life of the South. It must be 00 couuted now devastating Enropc vould bo Japan is likely to get restless un- home In mind that the business de- Unpaid Dividends Load- 2,500.00 STATEMENT OK THE CONDITION less thc Allies give her something pression throughout the country was Reserve for taxes headed by different leaders. 00 OK THE Smashing one little bevere before the war commenced, Bills Payable more to do. 00 The French generals, Pan and Jof-frand that It had steadily grown worse old fortification Is tame after her Other Liabilities not inBANK OF HARTFORD von laurels 44 years ago when from the time the new Tariff bill was big fight with Russia. cluded under any of passed. The tens of thousands of Germany faced Franco In tho war of At tho close of business Decem00 above heads working people out of employment 1870. Gen. French served England ODDS NOT PROHIBITIVE. ber .11, 11)11. In the Boer war, and was even then In discussing the question as to bear testimony to the condition to $10'4,G 09.10 Total a veteran In arms. Gen. Von HI nek whether tho Democratic party in which unwise legislation has brought STATB OF KENTUCKY-CAPITAL STOCK, HUHPLUS AND is a graybeard, and uvea tho kainer Kentucky will have u platform this our country's trade. Manufacturer's DOUBLE LIAD1LITY 1 00,000.00 )Sct. Is 5r years old. Grand Duke Nichoyear, the Louisville Times among Record. ) County of Ohio las, commanding all'the Russians, Is other things suys: RESOURCES. We, Alvln Howe, Vice 'President, "Kentucky has had more than Its Rolit. I'nikci- - ."Miles mi Mr. Stout. and J. C. Hlley, Cashier of the above Bills Discounted $191,233.05 possibly some years younger, bill is full share of "pig in tho poke" poll-tic- s. About Win. II. Stout, who will lec- named Hank, do solemnly swear that Overdrafts 1,227.77 past tho halfway house of youth. Theso men, for virility of thought Here are some of the results: ture at College Hall Monday evening, the above is true to the best of our Stocky and Donds 0,300.00 Illiteracy among Kentucky's native ltolicrt Parker Miles, who made u knowledge and belief. Dunking House and Lot 3,000.00 and uctlou, have reversed tl'io old white-bor- n population Is more wide- great Impression In Hartford last 1,000.00 saylifg and uro example of young Furniture and Fixtures. ALVIN HOWE. Vice l'res. heads on old shoulders. It Is their spread than in any other of the States year, has the following to say: Cash on hand and due of our feed and grain to supply our ., ... . . J. C. RILKV, Cushler. i.j. . ... Browing out or experi eave two. "I know of no man so worthily from bunks 33,18649 c,ear bu--b- Subscribed and sworn to bufOre mo Do you ence, iniu is uiuKiitg tire battle of many satisfied customers. There are sixty-si- x counties In prepared for the lecture platform as this 6th day of January, 1916. Kentucky without a mile of publlclty-bull- t W. H. Stout. Physically, raentully $235,947.31 (he Alane a 16ilg drawn siege. If think they would keep on getting Total H. R. IULKY, Notary Public. prince were In supreme control there their supplies here unless our feed, big, spiritually big anil all heart, road. LIABILITIES. My Commission Expires 'January The State's system of taratlon of- brain ami kindness. I knew that 22. 1018. Capital Stock 40,000.00 would bo a q'lilcker solution of the grain and prices were satisfactory? fers the owner of personalty tho from common report before I ever Surplus 20.000.00 problem, an awful climax booming Of course not. Then why don't you Correct Attest: choice between perjury and confisca- met him. One of the biggest things Uudlvlden Profits . '162.1 down the ages. 'Tho world' Is W buy your supplies where so many ERNEST WOOdWARt), tion; In consequence, realty pays I heard ut the Convention of tho In Deposits 174.13C.70 glunlng to wuke up to the fact that others uro well treated. Commence ALVIN ROVE,v more than 90 per cent of tho taxes. ternational Lyceum Association in 48.00 uble men are not derelicts In middle today with a trial order. You'll reDividends unpaid Directors. N llfo. Many'mfn'ds HiatUre slowly and peat It all right. A prison population of more than Chicago, last September, was Ills ad- Dividend No. 54, 4 per 4 2,000 men Is maintained at the ex- - dress, full of goodness thoughtful!- 1, COO. 00 are not at their bust until the II res cent Tho A. ri. ilf'K. of outh biiru'to an even tempera penio of the Stato for the benefit ness and kindness. Truly God was Since there has been calls from or tho prison contractor, when Jts good to him, for He gave him a big various sources and by many Total .,..$235,947.31 ture. Mature men, 'not hoys or "young-listers,- " The Produce Mercluiut members should be at vision of things, and he has the uenl-feneonle for tho A. S. of E.. to ), J, W. FORD. President. are In command 'along the HARTFORD, work on the roads, the res,t employed us of ."Seeing Life Whole." . reorganized, the State' Hoard of Di- C. O. HUNTER, 'Cashier. KENTUCKY. H irtford Republican. K.T-- the manufacture of articles for POSSUM HUNTER use of State limtltutlonn and for the benefit of the farmer. !h v ?n&fi , &tx2Autm&te ; I ; i.i-- (.fld-w- , r I - the l o, j I J ' .... IXIZENS BANK IW .... 17r ar . ,s y' College " T Redis-counte- ER M w f I i I H. E. BROWN, Pres. HENRY LEACH, V. Pres. ' N lit Takes A Big o, .v JJ-.- . ....,... .... dlffer-nble-bodl- ed W. E. ELLIS nt ' KUM DOWN Mr. 11. W King, a former resident of Hartford, who linn been living In Oklahomu, tins returned with tils fnmlly, and will agnln locate In old Kentucky. nnd her holiday guests, Misses Uruwster nnd Sutton, returned to Nashville Tucs-dn- y where they will resume their t. studies nt The Cmzeiis' Dank, of Hartford, only recently changed from a National to a Slate Hank. Its state-men- t, which we carry in this iKsne, shows a sound, safe condition. Call nt Foreman's harbor shop, Taylor's old stand, for Rood service, ahavlng, hair cutting, shampooing mid baths. Clilldrens' hnlr hobhlng, electric and hand massaging spe2014 cialties. returnMiss Mary Elizabeth Felix ed to Boston Tuesday to resume her work In the New England Conservatory, after spending the holldnys with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. I.. Felix. Anyone contemplating In falling 11 pressure tank hi residence or office tor cold or hot water, will do well to see J. A. Duke and W. J. Ileau, the I'lumbers and Steam Fitters, Hartford Ky., before making MIrs Winnie Slmniermun Wnrd-Hclinon- ination1; were welcomed, as well as those who belong to no church, and upon ench was pinned a branch of mistletoe ns a souvenir. Tho register, especially prepared for the occcn-sloshowed that 239 had left their names, tho many, owing to the large attendtinre, failed to do so. Every lady who contributed efforts to this event should feel amply rewnrded for wo must repeat, the reception was n great success. n, SALE We have ransacked the markets for some special bargains for our Kum Down sale. Our efforts were a success. We have the bargains Be wise and Corp. Llles Muri'ieL Announcements have been received here of the marriage of Corp. Richard Llles of the U. S. Army at Ft. Lenvenworth, Kansas to Miss Kath-ry- n Lee Towue, at the bride's homo lu Independence, Mo., Dee. 19, 1914. Mr. Llles is an Ohio county boy and recently spent his vacation here with relatives. He tins many friends who will he Interested to know that he tins turned benedict. - IMPORTANT NOTICE The TO BUY FROM US and plenty of them. . attend this sale. arrangements. 2GH i Begins Friday, Closes Saturday the 16. Read every word of our big cular. DO THIS, and remember cir- that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. gg DON'T FORGETTO ATTEND OUR FIRST BIG Semi - Annual Sale! BEGINNING January 811, Continuing lo 16th Come One, Come AH. HUB CLOTHING CO., HARTFORD, KY. Miss Maurlne Martin spent tho holidays with Miss Gorin Flener at Cromwell. MessrB. Royco Iglehnrt and William Moore returned to school at Lexington Monday. Mr. J. II. Thomas, Narrows, was mingling among old friends hero several days this week. Mr. Douglas Felix returned to New Haven, Conn., Tuesday to resume Ills studies In the "Yale Law School. Mr. Raymer Tlnsley returned to his school at' Champaign, III., Monday after spending his vacation here. Miss Margaret Williamson has reentered school hero after spending tho holidays with relatives at Wysox. The examining trial of Lon Urown. charged with seduction, was held by Judge Wilson yesterday and he was discharged. Mr. McIIenry Holhrook was called homo Monday from Loulsvlllo on account of the death of his grand-fatheMr, W. O. Holhrook. Wm. H. Stout Is said to equal, If not Burpass Ualph I'urletto on tho lecture platform. Hear him next Monday night at College Hall. r, Hartford Republican, FRIDAY, JANUA11V 8. W Dr. A. S. Yewcll, Owensboro, was here yesterday. came lu Mr. ElllVMUchel.Dundee, S to see us Monday. Dentle Thlpns returned home Miss Tuesday from Nashville. Mr. A. D. Kirk made a. business trip to Nashville this week. Mr. CrltMartln, Heaver Dam, called to bee us while hero Saturday. Do not fall to heaT Vm. II. Stout at College Hall next Monday night. Mr. C. W. MorganTHortfora No. 3, was a visitor at this office Monday. The Misses Clark spent the holidays with their parents at Sunny-dal- e. report of tho See the splendid Heaver Dam Deposit Hank lu this 08l,ue. Mr. Shelby stevenTTeft Monday for Loulsv.llle where be school. . Will Taylor, of Heaver Dam, was given an examining trial before on the Judge Wilson yesterday charge of house breaking In connection with the Hudson Jewelry store robbery some time ago. He was held to answer to the grand Jury with bond fixed nt $200, which he gave. The M. II.' & E. It. "Itriias put on a new train, which leaves Irvlngton after the Louisville and St. Louis trains pass that place roach dig Hartford at 1:40 p. m. Leaves Hartford at 2:05 p. m. returning to Irvlngton in time to mnke the evening connection for Louisville and the West on the L. II. & St. L..U. It. Itcv. if. Wf NnpTer preached to large and appreciative audiences at the new Methodist church last Sunday morning and evening. This was the first church service for the congregation in its new homo and the change from the court house to the splendid church was enjoyed by all. There were six additions at the two services. The lectunTof Kalph I'arlctte at College Hall last Thursday night was a rare treat to all who heard It. The subject was "The University of With wit, pathos Hard Knocks." and eloquence the speaker held his audience for two hours and the time seemed short. Next Monday evening. Jan. 11, Wm. H. Stout will be heard and the wise ones are asking you to bo there for a great evening. We this weeK announce Mr. Cal P. Kcown a candidate for the Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk or Ohio County at General primary election Saturday Aug. 7, 19 1G. Mr. Keown Is well known In having all parts of tho county, served two terms as Sheriff some years ago. He Is thoroughly competent and has made good In every position of trust which he has held. He will mako an exceedingly strong candidate. Otto C. Martin has announced for the Republican nomination for tho Mr. olllco of Circuit Court Clerk. Martin Is a young attorney of the Hartford Hnr and is thoroughly qualified for the olllce. He is at present pollco Judge of Hartford having been elected Nov. 1913, overcoming a large Democratic majority, with a strong opponent. If given the nomi nation ho will make a strong and vigorous light to carry his party to victory in November. In this Issuo wo carry tho of Mr. J. II. Thomas, of Narrows, a candidate- for State Senator In this district. Mr. Thomas asks the Republican nomination at the genral primary election. He has always been a consistaut hard working Republican and never before has asked for any preferment at the hands of bis party. He is a man of strong ability, both as a writer and speaker. For sevral years he was editor of this paper., He has acted as chairmun of the county campaign committee several times, always with market ability, During the late State campaign lie had' charge of the press bureau at licudquarters lu Louisville. Mr. Thomas will make n'strong can-dafor the nomination which Is equivalent to election. The New Year's reception given by the ladles of the Methodist Church lu their new homo Friday was a success from every standpoint. Many were reached In this manner who could not otherwise appreciate the feeling. existing in the church and the hospitality of the ladles made a profound Impression. After a cordial welcome by the receivers and an Inspection of the splendid auditorium the visitors were escorted to the basement where coffee and were served. There good music, by Hean's Orchestra and Misses Murlam Holhrook and Luclle l'lrtle on piano and violin, added to the enjoyable occasion. All denom te sand-witches Farm Agency of the Continental 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 Hartcompanies: Continental, Fidelity ford, Aetna, Phoenix, and 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. NOW -- SSSoZbm I PRICES REDUCED. IT WILL PAV YOU TO BUY FROM US NOW. BECAUSE ON THE SAME H(GR QUALITY MERCHANDISE WHICH WE ALWAYS SELL WE HAVE MADE LOWER (PRICES. WE COULD NOT EXACTLY HOW MANY FIGURE OUT JUST GOODS TO BUY FOR OUR WINTER AND DEMAND. ON WHAT WE HAUE LEFT WE HAUE CUT THE PRICES. CUT THEM LOW. SO WE , i CAN QUICKLY CLEAR OUT OF OUR STORE EUERY PIECE OF WINTER GOODS WE HAUE LEFT OVER' THE SOONER YOU COME THE BETTER THE PICKING WILL BE. DEATHS W. (). Holhrook Passes Away. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Last Monday morning Mr. W. O. Holhrook breathed his last at the home of his son, Mr. Rowan Holhrook, In Hartford. He had been in poor health for several weeks, but the Immediate cause of his death was Mr. Holhrook was In heart- - failure. the 75th year of his age and had been a very strong active man. He will be greatly missed among his fellow men. He was noted for his rugged honesty and kindness of lieart. Impressive funeral services, attended by an Immense audience, were conducted at the Methodist church by Revs. n. W. Napier and R. D. Dennett and the burial was at Oakwood. Tho nonary pall bearers were: Messrs. J. W. Ford, J. C. Riley, J. C. Thomas, Stephen May. S. K. Cox Active pall and J. W. Robertson bearers R. H. Martin, Hooker Williams, T. II. lllnck, Owen Hunter, S. T. Harnett and R. T. Collins. Mis. McCormick Dies at Xocicek. Mrs. Margaret McCormick died at her home at No Creek last Friday of pneumonia. Mrs. McCormick was the widow of Mr. 11. F. McCormick, who died several years ago. She was a good christian and a member Her of the M. E. church. South. funeral was conducted by Rev. H. W. Napier, her pastor, ut Mt. Her- nion church after which the interment was at tho church cemetery. Hartford, Kentucky. Come at once! my horse is sick. Prompt attention must be giv en ailing stock so that farm work may not be delayed. Bell Telephone Service on the farm enables you to get the veterinary quickly. It also keeps you in touch with the markets and your neighbors. If there is no telephone on your farm write today for our Free Booklet. $pw Accident Kutal to Xonli Hkaggs. Address:- Mr. Noah Skaggs, for many years a resident of Hartford, but renectly Farmers' Line Department. head miller In a flouring mill nt Big Cllfty, Ky., met with an accident Saturday, while at his work In the CUMBERLAND mill, which ended In his death two ( r) hours later. Ills coat caught In a & COMPANY belt and he was jerked against the INCORPOKATID machinery, breaking several bones BOX 119, OWENSBORO, KY. Ho and causing Internal Injuries. where his was taken to Horse Dranch family resides and brought here Sunby her pastor at 10 o'clock Monday day for burial In Oakwood cemetery. afternoon, the remains were Intered by the side of her husband In WoodKight Houra. I'receeds Urotlier Valley burying ground. Mrs. It. A. Itowan, widow of the ward's 1 in of the Heftln neigh late It. A. Itowan, M. SoMt Dead. John borhood passed quietly away Sunday John M. Sosh died at the home evening about six o'clock. Her death STOP AT THE was proceeded by severul days' Ill- of his son, V. S. Sosh at 9 o'clock ness and her recovery was not ex- Monday morning of diseases incident pected. Mrs. Ilowan, owing to her to old age. He was born in BreckbeIllness, was not permitted to know inridge county October 13, 1832, years old. ing eighty-tw- o of the serious condition of her brothMr. Sosh was an old Union soldier, er, Mr. V. O. Holhrook, of this city, whoso death followed that of hers having served in that army during all of tho war. He came to Hartford only eight hours later. FRANK EQKERT, Prop. The deceased- - was loved nnd re- from Daviess county recently and H.H.ECKERT.Mgr. spected In her community and had has since made his home with his been a member or the Baptist church son here. Funeral services were held at 11 Sho leaves three for many years. European Plan SI Up, sous, It. A. Ilowan and A. V. Itow- o'clock Tuesday morning at Green Inan, Heflln, und S. 0. Ilowan, Wruy, Hrlar church In Owensboro, with terment following In the church $ Colorado. funeral services, conducted cemetery. Alter TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH JKl I When Louisville 5th Avenue j Hotel ! ' : I t i W' '"TT" - p tr ? nrrfy ii- - ""M1lrijfi o ,i ; it was gv- necessary to ro nround thc Horn. ,ViMniPV The United States Is not a minor DOZEN FOR EGGS factor on the sea. We have HO bat tleships. This will permit us to place 12 on the Pacific coast nnd IS on . 'the Atlantic. That Is a larger naval ' European War Senas Price ol force tlmn nny power, witii possibly llI, exception of England, can send fcggS and rOUItry apalnst us, and we need entertain no iinedlate or remote fear from j0 ct.v 'England. If we nfc threatened on 'either side, because of the canal It' our fighting history of the is easy to "foT sy-ty- i aVp At no time in the l(V JL TXCXX'!LPXJ. O country elnce the Civil War hnvo.ilect, and with this number of hat in such de- - tleships to be shifted at will from eggs and poultry been mand. It is reported by all the large one side of the continent to the other , cities that the cold storage supply there Is no visible cause why there ; Three Volumes has been just about exhausted by 'should be this hue and cry of nlarm. ; ; enormous demand made by the the It. ...... r'lillili.nn'a Cililu This man caused the last " It Is estimated il, EuroDean powers. ltoth ,fe general European war. million cases of eggs have that a When one of your little ones show been exported since tho first of Sep-- ,1 His personal memoir?, written .. -- . , l.f.. r..1.l 1111 iiiiu unless ueaiors in com ai'iuni fun. ill : " :iuiiiu:ii:iiiiik i .. Umber, and by his secretary. Uaron IX ,,, at, Hell c atorage can get Immediate new sup- - ?ivo l" "l ;"c UCtS quickly, and prcVOIltH ' plies, it is predicted, tint eggs will ""CO. It absorbing incidents cpeci:. h- - in ,. i. Hip fnlil " . ,, : nr . nrowlnc' worse. " heal.. ,,w n rinnar n nnztHi i... .ii.ircu. uv 1.1, wi rhi present peat Lungs, loosens the pean struggle. 1915, and that fattened poultry will Ing soothes the system. It's bring from 30 to 40c a pound killed. mucous, strengthens the Just a hundred cars ago, his ambiyour Drugtions bathed t! e Continent in r. ra of Kight now fresh eggs are selling at guaranteed. Only 25c at gist. Buy a bottle blood. Fwni-- aK tic, under his Icadc-shi40c a dozen in such cities as Philafought Germany, Rttssis, Austria, Salve for Arnica Bucklcn's delphia. Baltimore and. New York, .. i.t,i. Italy, and Great Britain 2 they will sell for Sores. nnd It is predicted 7Cc by Feb. 5th. SAM? IX BAXKRL'PTrV. These top notch prices have excited e n great deal of activity, not alone in Bvspecial arrangement uiththcrtib-IMic'r- s Pursuant to an order of sale made the markets, but among the smnll cf COLLIER'S, The National 1014, poultry ralers and among the farm- on the 2Gth day of November, Weekly, nc arc enabled to olfcr a d fowls. One man by the District Court of the United e number of th"-- c ers' wives who ralc tcts States for the Western District of of the Memoirs of Napoleon free .il) who raises poultry on a large scale a ear's subscription to Collier' and line contracted to sunnly a New York Kentucky. Owensboro Division, the this paper. Thee tfer is strictly limited t,nei with ennmntPPil fresh ecus undersigned, as Trustee of James J. to get advantage of it you must set on promptly. from now till March 1, at COc a doz- - Bolton, Bankrupt, will Monday, February 1. 1IM. Vu ntiH fnftened fowls at 35c a wound Sherlock Holmes Stories He says these prices will at the Court House door in Hartford , dressed. Exclusively in Collier S proceed to be obtained very easily, and that the Ky., at 12 o'clock, noon, AM llie Shrt'cclc Hi lint lilflinat ,... itot'.ci rubli Led In a.... ...n.. ordinary poultry raiser could double a r1 ntv nnhUn ntinrtnn tn 1915 mil ce nird cicluti.elr i Ci"ict (. bidder on tho torms stated below, 'I hi pctutr ef tc lu'rrcsn and treble his profits, if he would -' WirtiM arret trty neck la lie !Uucirt:c keep his fowls toned up with a good the following real property belongfkvt rn it Cdll'rl'i. Tlie f "'t filr n irtiiien will r eich ucek laying tonic and keep roup out of the Ing to the estate of said bankrupt: la tin II ftity aniliellal Kim. in A certain tract of land lying flock. These are two simple precauMilk Sullivan's llntli Fditcral. ar.J lilT qucirl Ccmmetm en Ctnuif.i- mil cir.:.tuc to te tions, and with the present outlook, Ohio county, Kentucky, on the waan tx.tU'he feature. anyone who neglects these things is ters of Rough river, containing 210 acres, hore or less, and being the Special Offer to ourReaders Dimply robbing himself of Just is same tract of land sold and conveyed YcLt cun h rre ?t.d COHUR. Tie many dollars per week. H scllet uiin tie ttiirr uiutnri National It is also stated on authority that to the said James J. Bolton, by D. ft Napcleon'f Mcriulrt all if tletc nu eel let lie pi if cf Coll et'i lilit.e. rlos 5Cc to me: tie com cold storage dealers as well as all L. Sharp and Mona Sharp, his wife, of p'cMng arU ttiipphic tre Q by a deed dated May 31, 1910, and lurge buyers are now demanding Send ouf otdei to this cfTcr now. If yiu are already a tub'vrltet. out tub cnpttcu u U be ex fowls that are in perfect condition recorded in the office of the Clerk of letided for one) eat from tipre'entucieof exp'fstiun. on account of the huge export trade in the Ohio County Court, In Deed Book CHI r.IER',S $2.50 f Specl.l cmDIrtlU n iLe these stocks, and when they are bar- 3S at page 290. t 1i!,tcc volume JV Hartford W Terms: reled and sent abroad they have to . , liiemoin.po.tn iRepublican. Said real property will be sold for be In prime health, and those eggs d d in three,5 cash, also are in heavy demand which arc d in six months. being sold on a guarantee of being months, and absolutely fresh. This Is going to For the deferred payments the trusbe a great year for the poultry raiser, tee will take bonds with good securboth large and small, and various ity, payable to the Trustee, bearing na TMDE.HARIII cromctlT obtained la uources already report more scientific C per cent interest from date of sale AU cooAtrlea, or no fee. W obuaa PATENTS isorovfiuy, at oat THAT TA care and study of fowls, due to the until paid, and having the force and you to tucceaa. xpente, andselpnriH.v'a n above mentioned rigid demand and effect of a judgment, with a lien reSend model, photo or ikekh for FHCC report on paUnubllitj. to yeart praeUco. on the property as additional the enormous call at big prices for tained RCrcriCNCCa. ForfreeOuWe It will be bold free of liens, Book on rrofltabla TatenU writ to perfectly fresh eggs and fattened security. 'vkMt, B except for taxes for the year 1915, Savanth Street, With tho advent of cold fowls. inw lura. u. weather there will be loud calls for and all valid liens are transferred to the proceeds. The sale will be subeggs t fancy prices. ject to the approval of the court. 1 Try Tilts for Neuralgia. The purchaser must be prepared to ' Thousands of people keep on suf- make the d cash payment and fering with Neuralgia because they execute the deferred purchase money do not know what to do for It. Neu- bonds Immediately following sale, or TiieTiirice-a-WeeEdition k ralgia is a pain in the nerves. What the property will be resold at once. you want to do Is to hootho the nerve CEINTRAL TRUST COMPANY OF Of The Rew York World OWENSBORO, KY., Trustee. Itself. Apply Sloan s Liniment to -- . the surface over the painful part- do not rub it in. Sloan's I.lnimont lUIioiihiicss and Constipation Cured If vou are over troubled with 1)11- - riwllwUly n Dally at The Price of a jjer)?trate$ very quickly to the 6ore irritated nerve and allays the inflam- iousnes3 or constipation ymi will bo j Weekly. Xo other Newspaper mation. Get a bottle of Sloan's Lin- interested in the statement or It. F. In the World Giles so ."Much iment for 25 cents of any druggist ICnvin, Peru, Ind. "A year kj last , ;it mi Low a Price. nnd have it in tho house against winter I had an attack of indigestion Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints, Lum- followed by biliousness and constl-- 1 Seeing Chamberlain's Tab- bago, Sciatica and like ailments. nation. The year 1014 has been the most Your money back if not satisfied. lets so highly recommended, I bought t extraordinary In the historv of mod- ' but it does give almost Instant I a bottle of them and thoy helped me crn tin,L's- - U hils w"esse(l the out- 2 right away." relief. For sale by all dealers. break of tho great European war, o sj, c Safety Mini the Canal. !a struggle so titanic that it makes Ucsiiliitlnns of ItPspect. There are a few pessimistic gentle-- ; Grand whereas. It has pleased the ,,. ... I au others look small. ... moil wlin Tw.fnt fn llni Pnlllillin f'nllill . ... . m ... ,.. w. ...... ,.v...w . mo I'niverso in ins. ui- ivrcniteci You live in momentous times, and Bnd suggest Miat Uncle Sum has an n,t0 Ws,ioin to call from earth to you should not mihs any of the tre- elephant on his liuuds. I leaven, our beloved brother's wlfo. They are entirely forgetful Unit airs. O. O. Petty, whose sweet and mendous events that are occurring this is the most gigantic achievement pure life will never be forgotten by Xo other newspaper will inform you for centuries and that It will for all those who knew her. The communiwith the promptness nnd cheapness times stand a monument to the ty has lost one of its most beloved of the Thrlce-a-Wee- k edition of tho tho determination and sisters, and feeling the loss of this Xew York World. Moreover, a year's the progrebslvencss of tho United beloved sister we Join in sorrow at subscription to It will take you far Stales. her untimely death. Into nnr next Presidential enmnnlini. They must also remember that Resolved, That we extend to her The Thrlcc-A-Wee- k World's regti- the United States, since Colonial husband, children, relatives and j jar subscription price Is only $1.00 days, never possessed anything .worth friends, our heartfelt sympathy for per year, and this pays for 15C pahaving that Uncle Sam was not able the loss of a wife, mother and friend pers. We offer this unequaled newsto protect. departed, and remind them that our paper and There are.to use a common phrase, loss Is God's gain and that she only THE HAHTFORI) REPUBLICAN a lot of knockers In this country who passed to a reward of all His faithtogether for one year for $1.05. try to belittle laudable undertakings ful servants. ' The regular subscription price of nd are always eager to raise the cry Ilesolved, That a page be set asldo when there Is no possible in our records and these resolutions the two papers is $2.00. of "wolf" danger. placed thereon, copy be sent to her The cry Is now that wo have a family and a copy printed in the canal on our hands that cannot be Hartford Republican and copy printprotected. In arguing the defense-lessnes- s ed in the Hartford Herald. The most economical, cleansing and of the Panama Canal the germicidal of all antiseptics is Signed militarist element makes use of the J. E. MITCHELL, report of Ilrlg.-GeA. L. Mills and lilt. J. A. DUKP, quotes the following from It: "Our JAS. A. HARRISON. uafety at present depends entirely J.,,0. O. P. Lodge No. 344, Dunupon retaining command of the sea. dee, Ky. A soluUs AaUscptlc Powder to A foe would certainly choose a time be diuolvod ia water as needed. to strike when the navy was In anExcellent for Stomach Trouble, As a medicinal antiseptic for douches other ocean and would strike first "Chamberlain's Tablets are Just in troatlng catarrh,. Inflammation or nt tho canal, wlicru there are less lino for stomach trouble," writes ulceration of nosa, throat, and that than 3,000 troops on guard and Mrs. G. C.Dunn, Arnold, Pa. "I was caused by feminine ills It has no equal. where the harbor defenses ure not bothered with this complaint for For ten years th Lydla E. Pinkham yet completed." soma time ami frequently had bll- - Medicine Co. has recommenced Paxtlno Admlttlng that all of this is true, jious attacks. Chamberluln's' Tablets In tholr privato correspondence with it is only fair to ask those who areifforded me great relief from the women, which proves its superiority. Women who Lave been cured eay bo anxious for our safety to consider first, and since taking one bottle of it is "worth Its weight In gold." At tho situation a few years ago, when them 1 feel like a different person." ' druggists. fOc. large box, or by mall. there was no canal. At that time to For talc by all dealers. Tho Pastca Toilet Co., litston, Mass. ONE DOLLAR A ' Rwllcli from ocean to oconn FREE FREE Directory Professional M ' HOTEL fOWHATAKl sWASHMGM HtLOrAMERlCANlI In a illy" where food hotela bound, the Powhatan httCt the i tQ .... Napoleon '"' J countrymm. Int. It it fitit in the fctatu of It ,.o weeha. County Circuit Court T. F. Uirlihen.d, .Indue; Uen U. Hinfio, Attorno,v; V. Attorney Law 1. Mldklff, Jailer, , B. O. llarrnss, Master Com- Clerk; B. B. UlrUht-adHAIITKOKU, KV. K. T. Collins, Trusteo iinlssloncr; Jury Fund; S. O. Kcown, Sheriff, Will prnotice his protoaioll in Oils 'Hartford. Dvputles S. A. llratcher, and adjoining cuuiitlui. t'iiniirolJ nfr(ni. .i......i.k m. a i t...i . i,,t Glimoro Kcown. Court convenes first f nnl tnaiual 1'incUo, a Sj.o laity. -- Monday In February and continues j .; tnriu wcciis; third Monday In April, tuo vKn; third Monda In October, Otto C. Martin at i Barnes & , 1 , Sei-loii- . ''"' ,r. ... ,.,. i "'".. icllefcs. The Tonliatan it jcfTnciI, Its excel and restful. lent location en IVnnsjlvaru anil II btrfctJ, Avcnur, 18th maVct it a desirabtr heailquir, ler lor liridal couple, tourist lattirt, concntiont. Schools ami John D. Wiluon, Law Judge; W. C. Ulankeiphlp, Clerk; C. K. Smith,. Attorney, Hartford. HARTrORD, KY. Court convene!) first .Monday In each j Mtfjflio. V, H. Uani ritnrf C O mouth. (junrtcrly Court IUislns on the Smith .itiiiouiiix.- - th:rt Uioy hav iforut- first .Monuny In every month. a i.triiicalup for Uiu Bouoral irrac- Court of Calm Convenes .traol.t,. .. t ., u .ivn..,,t ..!.., I.. .1 .....I .ll..M .iiiiiii iiiiu iiuvi Tuesday in January and first Tut-tla- y wv; ... cisi3, Mr. Smith IrJub COmtiy AtUir- In October. Other County Officers- - C. S. Mo-lo- jtwy Ja ir)j!i!ed from iirrurMvlits ouc Ky., It. cc,ijs. Mr. Uariitti will liullvldtuUIj Survcjor, Fortlivllle, K. D. No. -; Tom lllucs, Assfssor, accej.t t,ucli In iiiacttce. Offlta Olaton, Ky.; Oznn Shults, Supcrin-tenden- t, Hartford; Dr. A. U. Kllcy, llarUord ltcpubllcan building, H.irt-foiv I- CCoroner, Ilnrtfon'; T. H. Uuiiton. Hojid Kuglneer, liarttord. Court , I i ,- Attorneys at Smith '..t. y, d. , JUSTICES' COl IIT.S. to-da- p, Get these Memoirs Free iim-itetliree-olum- The Powhstan attracts the prople of culture ami education, its tirnximity to State, War ami Naw Ucpartments. also to man 1'oinis ol histrrical' interest, atmakes this 1 otel tractive to a discriminating public. The Powhatan cSers rooms with detached bath at $1.30, 12.00 and up. Rootr with private bath, $2. JO, $:.00 and up. Write for tov!.Ut with r.iap, CLIFFOnD M. LEWIS. Manager. C P I iliuj'Tl HAVE YOUR SUITS I 1 v.. ta . ;r-- Cleaned i Pressed Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. ', lt Wet-U)- Mcn-tl- special attention. Hats Cleaned and Ladies work given Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday after Jd Monday In March, Tuesday after Jd Monthly In June, 'luusduy after yd .Monday In September, Tucs- -' day after 'M Monday In December. L. A. MeDanlel, Rockpurt, Friday after Stl Momhi) In March, Friday after yd Mowlny in June, Friday afttr ad .Monday In September, Friday after lid Momhiy In December. S. V. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday after yd Monda) In March,, Wednesday after :;d Monday in June, Witlnesduy after 3d Motfday In Sep tember, Wednesday after yd Mon- uay in iJcceinutr. R. C. TIcliLlior. Centertown, Saturday after yrd Mondaj in each month. Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday after I'd Monday In .March, Tuesday after I'd Monday in May, Tuesday after yd .Monday in August, Tties- Klay after I'd Monday In November. W. S. Dean, Wod- Dundee, iiuudny after the second Monday In March, Wednesday after 3d Monday In .May, Wednesday after .'Id Monday 'In August, Wednesday after L'd Mon- iday In November. j Den P. Rice, Fondsville, Tuesday after 2d Monday In March, Thurs( ARTHUR ASSOCIATED Attorney at Law WITH M. L. D. KIRK KY. IIEAVIUN s HARTFORD, This of flte Is equlppd! for hand ling Commercial Law and Collection-Itemas well as other legal and litigated matters. Practice In nil th courts. Prompt and vigorous service. M. L. Heavrln's Office. j iv.iii:.sTitrnox t'rutnufll, K OTTOO. MUITIN lliirtfiinl Kr. STRATT0N & MARTJK Attorneys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. their profession ix this-andjolnlug counties. Colluctloivs Commercial and Criminal Practice t Sjieclalty. Prompt and vlsJrous service- - .Notary In office. Will practice one-thir- one-thir- one-thir- 5ll3ilK1 , OJ-BO- ""n c I' one-thir- i 1 ( j I ' ' J SPECIAL TO WOMEN n. I vember. Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday after 2d Monday In March, Friday after 2d .Monday In May, Friday niter yd Monday in August, Friday after 2d Monday in November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. Hartford Pressing GUI), Fogie, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens. Marshal; Court convenes second MonGUXTIIKK W.IX5.,CKNTEK ST. day In each month. City Councll- -J. c. Her. Major,- - It. HARTFORD, KY. T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Bean, Treasurer. Members of Council J. C. Bai-net- t, Capt. A. D. White, A. K. Pate. J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yelscr, W. 11. uuiespic. YOU School Trustees J. D. Duke, Chalr-'maR. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. i RELIGIOUS SERVICES. i M. E. Church, South Services morning and evening eveny first and Treatment third Sunday In each month. Siin- ay 8CU001 J:5 a- - "' fnrWFAK ilng every Wednesday Prayer uvealm?. line. LUNGS Or tu- - vv- - Xapler, pastor. ' isapiist unurcn morning CONSUMPTION and evening every serilces nnd fourth second Sunday in If you mention this paper we will send you, U: 13 a. in. each month. Sunday school Prayer a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for nesday evening. meeting every Wed Rev. A. S. Pcttle. feeling, coughs, pains pastor. that tired, in chest, niiht sweats, hemorrhages, weak Church-Seril- ces Christian every lungs or consumption. thlid and fourth Sunday at 11 a. in. 10CK BOX 616 attiJ 7 p. OHIO MEDICAL CO. m. Sunday hdiool U::;0 u. m. COLUMBUS. 0. Elder Uwimi. pastor. . SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodgo No. 07.', P. and A. M. meets ever first .Monday night . s. Htoveiui, in e.ien nioniii. W, ai.; uivtm iiunicr, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. SI O. K. S meets every fcecond and fourth Mon uay evenings, Mrs. J. II, Wllllamx, W. M.: .Ins. -II U'lllliima .........., w ,it.. ... ? .tjwkj. wuen cvcryinu.g' eise laus. I,... In nervous prostration and female Ight ucaKty:sscs they arc the suprema K of Pythias meets every Tuesday a3 thousands have testified. B lug. jno. W. Taylor, C. C; W. R. MUNUY.LIVtrlAND I uieancK, K. or R. &. S, UTOMACrf TROUBLE I "aruora Tent No. 09, K. O. T. M it is the be&t medicine ever sold ,mcots every llrst and tnlrd Thursday , nights. R. T. Collins, Coiuiiiander; over a druggist's, counter. ti. i. aioorc, uecoiw Kooper. i Acmo Lodgo No. 3."!i I. o. O. F. meets every second and fourth Friday nights In each month. C. M. Harnett, Noble Grand; W. R. lledrlck, Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. meuts every second and fourth Saturday nights In each month. Tom 'BOCUnr,DANDDCrCNOi:D.,Bn"lJ. Williams, Council Commander; W. C. iuaMi, Fr adrU. how to oblaln jjauuta. Wnllaco, Clerk. COPTl1lit. Ite. IN ALL COUNTRIES ' Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., Builnm Jirrelvllk H'tuUnglomam limf, monry amiejlm tliifalrnl. meets every first and third Friday Patent ind Infringement Pnctlci Exclusively. nights In each mouth. Mrs. Atto Wrlt or come lu ui at Griffin, Lady Commander: .Mrs. il. Tit Uiatt llnd, Mar CarM EUt ratal 0Oc, WABrtlNaTON, O. C. E. Mlschke, Lady Record Keeper. Ko stone Chapter No. 110, R. A. M moots ovcry thliU Saturday nlsht in each month. John T. Moore High Priest: W. S. TInsley, Secretary. AMERICAN SOCIETY OP EQUITY. Stato Officers President, J. H. Princeton, Ky.: Vice President, J. H. Burney, Muhlenberg Co.; Secretary & Treas., 8. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. II. sccu succcea t uaiMt'S Hartford, Ky. SPECIAL OFFER: .Members State Executive Board-B- en H.w.B..I.fc AUIatwIU 'JUJatafcalli oar Danaauent cnatomar. Watson, Webster county; J. W. i toaka Toa Dunn, Daviess county; HUury PIrtle, af rill(tl1tectlMl''l'k.lTarWIaUt.l W f Ohio county; E. I. Ruy, Hardin countarli It JhaflabaiiHWarflllkliidIIau-Iata lbM Bnart Taralr. 1 )Undi4 U.U.. t bet all. ty; C. G. Davenportt, Warren county. TuitUX la I Ohio County Pspen ens, President; Officers S. L. StevWrH tody; Mention thl Henry PIrtle, S. E. Bennett, Treasurer. K CENTS COUNTY BOARD OP EDUCATION. SEND 4kiBfB4tMlvttUvftlali legrtf Osna Mf .i:it.:j taMSllatriM.ir tn 5tfclrf Ky. Shults, Chairman, Hartford, With EIKWUM OT Mt w wm IBMrVCHTtW rmmi 9ta uPt tU fcU kbout lb Hmi MtttlM ei iWdi, nnu. tc 1. O. h. Terry, Hartford, Ky. kH.W.l4M.:,MMa?cyro1iif.lli 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsville, Ky. 3. Ira Uozarth, Olaton, Ky. 4. II. O. Autryr- - Dalzetowu, Ky. 5. B. G. Austin, Prcntisa. 6. J. L. Drown, Rockport, Ky, Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per day after after 2d inursuay alter 2d .Monday In .May, Thurs-ida- y I AM PREPARED .Monday In 2d Monday August, in No- month. To do any kind of Veterinary work, Hon;es. mules and cows need not die for want of Calls answered, attention. day or night. W. H. Veterinary Surgeon RILEY Kt, Hurtford, WW WILL TAKE OUR n; Collier.'s The National i FREE Coll&s in Clubear Until CoUlti't Weekly First Time1 tlni j hat been' Bk m r HBBHittvimsr run-dow- fold at $5.vV. Noiv the j.ricc is S2.50 u anducliaicrcutrd BrVsW J a i onrcssiuti hereby we can ctfer it at a Mill further irduction nection in i' con- Special Offer to Our Readers- Hcroctiizmu the Krruc tlcmnnd for Cotlur'$ ct th? new W ice, uc liac made airn&iii enM toIter it ami our on n publication racll ime ctr ' (or the ince of fVirr'jalonc. 'Mil- i irile.l btfcraiulmiiit he tal.cn ailantai;e ( prin pil. What You Get in Collier's L'ooil I the cine Inc. indci'nulcni 11k m! f.'cconutr). Not ouh ' ttt.e a citircu'a liaml IjooI. but it l al-nnt'Uinc (or the nvliole i.mil. Air ni! the uhcriitioti, i'ic arci that a iat' tluui!i CiAHtt't l ikl ol I iooo raiiorui QOO Nrwi Pholoa i .neii-remed- y, 250 Sliort Article ISO Short Slorlea 100 Illuitratrtl Faturra 2 Complete Novclai fK Collier's Hartford $2.50 Republican Beta far $2.50 SEEDS' 1 iiia-u tlnulilc), Including a free tutlesn, bubscilfie today, or tend (or taiuule copy. JVONDnaFUC INDUCEMENTS I to Agents. Postal bring premium catalogue I and ucw cash Vrlie oilers. Address (U HlCUl C9U.SS t US W. S7tfc.SC. NIW TOBaV MeCAtL PATTERNS. CcUbntrJ l.r atylc, jicrfrct fit, itinjillcity ait4 aciiu.iiij ncMiij i yvi. in i.csri I every city ami ruivn in the ITi'Itrd htitu anr .jii4uii. ur vj iiiiiii uirvwi. ..iiirc ij;a inan any other uuke Seini. lor lice catalogue. McCALL'S MAGAZINE than any. othn fashion More subscriber million a mnntli. Intalui'jle. Lau patterns, dirisnuklnx, millinery, (m3ilno fruoillunojr rreUlrwoik, lulniresslnt;, a. sturic, etc. Only tVi cents . Bal-ual- n, KILLth. COUCH ANB CURE thi LUNGS WwB'il BA. . ok THU eottle Wee jjv1 ffrf-lM- WITH Sec-rotar- y; New Discovery FflB ANDALLTUROUAMOLUNQTROUBLCS. i ""VOIDS OOUCH8 pniRB ) mwmmamm QVAKAtmUVU BATISFAfHlORVl OS MONET KnrUWDKD. J H Children Cry for Fletcher's I WLsiLTasLrTasW wi 1 11 ! m g2s Bk Tlio Kind You Hftvo Always Bonght, nn.l Jn uo for over ttO yours, has Lornotlio sljimturo Jt nnl "dcr liis STf "-Z- 8A0,Val!ms hcct Iim1 since Its Infancy. 8Iervlslon no 0110 to in thli. All Counterfeits, Imitation and 'ST.ist-asi'o- a ro I mt SG sac: icLLnrte'r' GENUINE - Cnstorla Is a linrnilrs.n snhslltuto for Castor Oil. Pnrv Korle, Drops and Soothing Syr.:;is. It U pleasant, it oiitaliis neither Opium, Morpliln.j nor other Sarcotlo Milistiinci!. lis jiffo Is Its uiiarantee. It destroys "Worms nd allays Feverish ness. For more than yoars It 1ms heen In coiiHtant uso for the relief of thirty Constipation,, Ilatuleiiey, "Wind Colle, all TceMilng Troubles and IMsirrliwii. It rcguliitos tho Stomneh and ltovrcb. What is CASTORIA ' CASTORIA Bears the Signature ALWAYS 2L&jfffl&rti The Kind You Have Always Bought In U For Over 30 Years TWI CMTim COMMWT. TT SSUSISiar STUCCT, KW TOKK CtTT. Starck Pianos No Money inAdvnuce tion Guar n t n c il LovrentNot Satisfac- Ka c t ory Prion Term Goii ctii A Saving SI 0 0 to SIMM) From Factory Direct of P. A, STARCK CStOCNr uvent, pay the froltfht both or there Is no sale. WO Will Uhll) iOU a llC.llltlflll Ktnrpk I'lntln for Tl(i trnn trlnl In vnlip homo. -- No cnMi laymenC required-- All we ask Is that you will piny upon. Jse and tost this piano lor 30 days. If. at the end of thut time, you lo not find It the lilghtut Ktude. JiWCOti'Dt toned and finest nlano In evvrv w.iv. thnt vnu hive ever kern for the money, you are at perfect liberty to send It back, and wo will. In that 30 DAYS' FREE TR3AL ,liv' way. M vlth you, M ThU Starck I'lano must maho good Sav. $150.00 We ship direct to you from our fctorr, at lirlctn that utc you upward of 153.00 In thj cot of jour piano. We guarantee to ftirnitli you a belter piano for the money thin) on ran ivurc clsrhrrc. You uressrurcd of rrcilnir a aatlffaetory aweet tonnl durable Mjh grads tr Mara Easy PaymaiiU manufacturer. These tfrnn are arranad to lult your conrenlenee, and It li possible for you to hry n plono for your home, without . . mlsdre th" money. You psy no cadi ibwn. but alter 30 days of trial, you can begin pjyment on the low. erst, easiest Urras ausststed by a piano eer p'anu. OF.Vea tViat-aaifa- a aurcK Playar-Niff- Every Starck Piano la guaranteed fur 55 yean. This tfuaran- t- baa back of it our 11 yean of plana erprrlince, ami the rrpo tatlon of an reinionslblc plana house. 60 Frit Musi on hand of slightly ussd piano of aH and sreond-lunataadard makr talen In. fjr new Starck Planoa and player-PUnoTh follow. Ins; are a few simple barftlsat W- isi - hive romtantly uuintx-f Listens Weber Steinway Chlclceting Kimball To every purchaser of vre give free muxla lesions, iu one of the best Unovrn schools In Chicago. Thru lessons you ran tale In your own home, by mall. This representa one year's free Instruction. Stank Pianos, Starck $110.00 93.00 90.00 95.00 193.00 BUrck riayer.planoi tea th liest ami most heiutt ful flayer piano on daa Market. You will be de liaitrd with the many exclusive features of the wonderful Instruments, and will be plesaed with the rcry lour prices at which they can be ciircd. a Plant Send Send for our latest coraptete second hand bargain list. beautifully illustrated piano book which give you large amount of Informs, lion regarding pianos. This book will interest and please you. Write today. tojiy Frit ittk our new for P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1343 Starck Bids., CHICAGO I 'i3k jAt H . 1 1 k- Fare e3 g2 year, a clear proof that farmers know Ittiral Hchools nnd Hookworm. Thnt hookworm disease is respon- - that Potash Pays. They know that slhlo for lackof progress in many Potash gives good yields, good qual- country schools;that It can he eradl lty and reslstanco to plant diseases catcd, nnd that the rural schools arc Many of tho Fertilizer Manufacturnow taking the lead in the movement ers are willing to meet the farmer's to destroy this nnd other handicaps wishes nnd sell him what ho thinks to good health, are some of the con- ho needs. Theso manufacturers nro clusions of a bulletin by Dr. John A. now willing to furnish as much PotFerrcll on "Hural School nnd Hook- ash as they can secure. They offer worm Disease," Just Issued for free goods with G per cent and even In Aid For Three Sianers Mrs. Via believe I would have died if I radii distribution by the United States some cases 10 per cent PotaBh, if tho taken it. ceat Was Unable to Attend te llurcau of Education. farmers insist on It. After I began taking Cardui, I wsu "Hookworm disease is one of tho Shipping conditions are Improving, Aay of Her Housework. greatly helped, and all three bottles most prevalent, most Insidiously more Potash Is coming forward alme entirely. harmful, and most completely pre- though tho cosls of production nnd 1 ventable diseases known to man," transportation are higher. The high fattened up, and grew so mucS Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -"l suffered for stronger In three declares Dr. Ferrcll. "It causes hu- - er price of fertilizers Is not due wholmonths, 1 felt like an' man suffering nnd economic waste ly to the slightly higher cost of Potthree summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether." altogether out of proportion to its ash. Much of tho Potash that will Vincent, of this town, "and the third and Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g, apparent death rate. Many Ills that bo used In next spring's fertilizer had last lime, was my worst. I have been attributed to mental and reached America before the war lis ingredients have a mild, tonio 1 had dreadful nervous headaches and ' moral weakness of whole bodies of sturtcd. effect, on the womanly constitution. prostration, and was scarcely able to people nrc now definitely known to There Is no substitute for Potash. Cardui makes for increased strength, he due to this Infection, and curable walk about. Could not do any of my We can no more return to the ferimproves the appetite, tones up the nerwith Its cure. Its eradication Is one tilizer of twenty years ago than we housework. of the most important and pressing can return to the Inefficient farm imI also had dreadful pains in my back vous system, and helps to make pale, problems before the people of the plements or unprofitable livestock of and sides and when one of those weak, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. southern half of the United States that period. II. A. HUSTON. Cardui has helped more than a million sinking spells would come on me, I ) nnd of other somltroplcnl lands. weak women, during the past 50 ycars.4 would have to give up and lie down, "In combating hookworm disease For Sale. It will surely do for you, what it hat It has been found Hint the rural until it wore off. 130 Acrc3 on Hartford and Itockpor done for them. Try Cardui today. Is the greatest medium for road, 1 'J miles from liroadway and school I was certainly in a dreadful slate of the spread of the infection and the 2 miles from llockport. Schoolhouse health, Write to: LaJlea when I finally decided to try vIsory.Dept..Chattanooga MeJldn Co.. Special A4 Chattanooga. Tenn.. for Im most Important protective agency on evlsa of farm lyid church near. on your rase and Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly flructunn for Women," sent I oUioj book, "Horn Treatment against It. In some schools Investi- Threo roads pass dwelling house vriDow. Jki gated the infection has been found which is on Hartford It. F. D. No. to he 100 per cent the teacher and ! Most of land pcrtectly level. Any every pupil a victim of the disease, on desiring to purchase farm will do llccords of the International Health woll to Investlgaao. Price reasono Commission show an average infec- ble. Apply for further Information tion among rural children of the to BAKNETT & SON, Agents. school nge for whole counties running as high as 70 to 90 per cent, Rogers- - Sunbach. while in some sections of Virginia, The following was taken from a Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennes- Slater, Mo., paper: see, Arkansas, and other States the A beautiful and quiet wedding was disease Is less widespread, with 10 solemnized at the elegant country per cent or less of the school popu- home of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. O. Rogers, hookworms. of Sharon neighborhood, last Thurslation infected with Prompt Attention and Good Service. The general average for all the chil- day morning, December 24th. The dren examined to date is 40 per contracting parties were Miss Annie TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, cent of Infection. Rogers and Mr. G. E. Sanbach, a "It Is through the rural school, popular employee of the Chicago &' whence tho infection comes, that Alton Railway Company. the remedy must also come. The At 10:.10 the bride and groom enmeasures necessary for permanent tered the parlor, where they were control of hookworm disease are met by the Rev. W. F. Roberts,, health supervision, health instruc- who in"the presence of relatives and tion, and perfect sanitation. The a rew intimate mends, with a solrural school can aid in health super- emn and impressive ceremony, made vision; It can supplement and drive them man and wife. After congrat$1.3 home health instruction, and above ulations the guests were Invited to The Republican and Louisville Herald all it can teach good health and the dining room, where a bountiful 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at clean living by being itself a model dinner was served. of sanitation for the community. Ko The bride Is the oldest daughter 1.60 matter how energetic a National or of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Rogers, was The Republican and Home and Farm State campaign for eradication may reared in Saline County and with Owensboro Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k be; no matter how many cases of her many acompilshments and amiahookworm disease are cured for the ble disposition, possesses a host of The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 time being, unless the school and friends. The groom came to Slater 3.60 the community maintain a constant fniip vpnrs nirn frnm St. Tamils, nnrl The republican ana uauy uwenBDoro inquirer vigilance in behalf of positive meafcLr Twice-a-Wee- k Republican and O'boro Messenger 1.7,5 the traln 6erT,ce of the Chi. ures for good health, permanent con cago & Alton1- Railway Company, and The nny other distrol of hookworm or 1.75 by his industrious habits and congen- The Republican and Kentucky Farmer ease transmitted by soil pollution ial manner, has proven himself a will be impossible. young man of sterling worth and In- The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 "Hookworm disease, like typhpid tegrity, and has gathered around him 1.50 Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer fever, Is due to careless disposal of a host of admired friends, who wish The Once schools and human excreta. him and his fair bride happiness and The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $ 1.60 dwellings in country districts are prosperity. provided with sanitary privies of Mr. and Mrs. Sanbach left Slater one type or another, there will be at noon Thursday for St. Louis, from little danger from hookworm. there they will go to Kentucky to "A study of the hokworm probvisit the groom's relatives. lem has shown not only the need for was at Friedland,Ohio Mr. sanitary privies, but the need for county Sanbach and has many friends here more adequate sanitary supervision new relaby competent medical officers. There who wish him well in his tions. MONTH MAKE WOT should be In every community a capable superintendent of health, def A Mother's Gift The Bible. almost SIO.00 a Day $50.o a voting his whole time to public Remember, love, who gave thee this, health work. Selling Victor Safes and boxes days shall come; to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and "Froquent and systematic Instruc- When other When she who had thy earliest kiss f armere.all of whom realize the need tion by tho public schools in the eleof a safe, but do not know how easy It la to own Sleeps in her narrow borne. one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of ments of personal and community opportunithe best, clean-cu- t gave ties ever received. Without previous experihygiene is necessary for permanent Remember 'twas a mother ence YOU can duplicate the success of others. gift to him.she'd die to save. The e control of disease. When the citicatalog; Our handsomely illustrated will enable you to present the subject to cus zens of a community are taught from tomers in as liuerestiiiR a manner as inougn Thy mother sought a pledge of love, you wcro piloting them through our factory 4 Men appointed as early childhood the necessity for the Mir., giving iur salesmen receive auviw uuu iiiairui-.ivii- impossible caro of health, they will need no urg- The holiest, for her son couvliu-lnn- ; for a prospective customer to deny. Wht talking points which It Is don't YOU be the lust to apply from your vicinity before someone else geta the territory ing to provide expert health super- And from the gifts of God above We can favor only one salesman out of escU locality. one; The 29 th anniversary of oaf vision and sanitary privies In every She chose this Holy company was celebrated by She chose for her beloved boj; community. erecting the most modern sate factory In the world. Wide"The campaign against hookworm The source of light and life and joy. I COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT ts-lie- ) l-- JAMES & CO., Plrst Class Liverymen Centertown, Kentucky. OUR CLUBBING RATES. , Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. S2M5 1 flre-pro- a EaKX ' 'MaaJata trill sarlll NIT -- Wk, Ml well-to-d- o money-makin- g IjiinlwH nnti(iiijWi,.ronirnuule;v-tloiisatrlclircoiiUdetillJ- I bid thee keep the gift that when Tho parting hour shall come We may have hope to meet again a In an eternal home. Dangers of Cold. . Do you know that of all the minor Thy precious faith in this shall be -- i ,.. mwidi, Utl.-10) iaMn. ailments C0UI3 are by far the most Sweet incense to my memory. I ' I mhs. '.11 rMi hn ill 03 r. f. O v'j-JJV .Icdim'r imi ij , iitHj1 dangerous? It is not tho colds themj.- -; t.roiier l.i r.ljrsJr lied wu.1riu-- ; tK - rf u,juJ .i.'iif lii." wurl.t. Iu e.vi.Juiol .1. selves that you need to fear, but the And, should the scoffor in his pride .nJ"C:7ofDl:ffJo, MassuTScoit 5tinnn "3CH.C3- serious diseases that they so often Laugh that fond faith to scorn, May IsttoDaclst Daily -- CLEVELAND ar--d BUIvALO 8.00 P. M. Ia.,1VM. lead to. For that reason every cold And bid thee cast the pledge aside . S.MP.JI. (.ill) A. M, .V.l.o. J should bo gotten rid of with the That thou from youth hast borne; (CwmlCiaaJardTlitt-lUllruiJ llckrla !1 iHlBtfria i I f"tn. ... . ?...- - f.- - rvt..H .l least possible delay. To accomplish I bid thee pause and ask thy breast Ail. this you will find Chamberlain's If he or I have loved thee best. I THE CLEVELAND Ck DUFFALO T.1AN31T CO.. CloToUnd. O. Coug Remedy of great help to you. It IoItiis a cold, relieves the lungs, A mother's blessing on her sou aids expectoration and enables the Goes with this Holy thing. system tothrow off tho cold. For Tho heart that would enjoy the one Must to tho other cling. salo by all dealers. OVER 03 YEARS' Remomber 'tis no idle toy RnrVrw-- '. "Pull of Life" Kotthern Groats EXPEHICNCE A mother's gift, my darling boy. More Potash Coming. Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of i years ol juccesslul seed growing behind tbein. it (uy Exchange. American crops and soils are still nlant the best. Seasonable Specialties: as hungry for Potash as before tho BBANS outbreak of tho European War, which Farm For Sale. Earliest Red Valentine . . tiio Bushel . . fj.ij Bushel Relugee Extra Early About GC acres 3 miles East of curtailed the Potash shipments. New Stringiest Creiii Pod . J3.70 Bushel Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax ft .50 Bushel Somo of the Fertilizer Companies Hartford on Hartford and Cromwell Trade Marks OalsNew White Wax . . $4.73 Bushel aro trying to Induce farmers to buy road, 1 Vi miles from pike. Four Currie's Kust rroof Wax . ft.50 Bushsl DE8I0N3 iADvniAUTS A.C PBAS d room cottage in good repair. Everlow Potash or no the Extra Early Alaska . . . lj.50 Bushtl An rone aendluj a ateleh nnd description miir New Early Gradus cjiUciily aaevrlaln our opinion free whether n Is 50 Bushel fertilizers of a generation lasting water at residence. Two IS prolmbls' Market Garden . ij.30 Bushel lureiulon Horsford's HANDBOOK on I'atpnu ago. This means a fertilizer that is barns, tobacco and stock. Plenty of Buckbce's Lightning Express I5.00 Bushel oent Iro. Ol.leU auency for ecuriuj .Ptonta. a futl Pjteius taSeo lUruuiiu Munu 4 to. rccslrs lattuca, Bs4Isb, Tomato andgrowing line ef profitable to the manufacturer, but peaches and apples. All hill land, prlcca. tpectai tutk4, without cuarso, la tho deeds. Plants and Bulbs at lowest PossesSend for complete catalogue or submit a lists not tho best for the farmer. When but In very good condition. your requtrementsand wlUquole prices. SCRUM tho Syndicate in 1910 started- the di- sion any time. Terms reasonable. Buy direct from th grower Savo Money, A handaomelr llloatested weekly. L,r,t .e,'t Write today. Mention this paper. BARNETT & SON, rect sales of Potash to dealers and Apply to eiiUlltiii of any srionuno InurniU, Term. Veir I I oar suontM, W. tWU lsrjUwalelei. Republican Office, farmers at reasonable prices, Potash Hartford, Ky. mttkimtt.. asOfVJ UHtwmti ttiUwi, sales Increased 65 per cent in one 23tt disease Is a campaign of education, and It is right that It should be waged In the public schools." WSmEmffiE gpifr awake men who received ..! special selling Inducement, sdsred U lc obroutput.iiesessa?? smoatat, We at-many thousands of dollar UnTitia- our sales organisation but to learn all particular?, will t you only tut pnc el postal card. JUkforCahloguelST. co-i- -a THE VICTOR wiisrn Casualty 20,000 Safej Annually. SAFE & LOCK GO. Clt.CIHHlTI.OHJa l,.nwl4 ) Our New Homa Pj!-an- f SEEDS .... 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IftCaa'sMasaiWawlIl lulji u uu- s nsiyl-- I lily ut a UifCUM y k u 0 p r - inml-rut- 1 11 j TOsWAUC8a?llttMaI4J'SUlWr4aat i- - f" JJ1'"' "'it jr'"' "fy WlBPMamiw ' ftwk. wTT bo held. Tho conciliators will hold further conferences tomorrow with SecreGIVEN ATTENTION tary Wilson In order to thoroly themselves with the conditions In tho Ohio fields. , Tho.reqiics.tjor Government action Been was received In n tclcgrnm from tho 10,000" 'Miners Have Wheeling Board of Trade which Out Since Last said the suspension of operations in the Ohio coal Melds was causing 4 April. great suffering and Inconvenience to Pe-ru-n- a. the public thiHiout the section, as well as to both parties to tho Washington, Jnn. 5. Federal InThat any case of nasal catarrh can, be cured by an internal meditervention In the strike between tho coal operators mid miners of Eastern Komi Cotiti'iirt letting. cine is denied by some. Only a Ohio, which has continued since By direction of the Ohio County glance at our files would be necApril 1 last without prospect of set- Fiscal Court I will lot to tho lowest essary to convince any sane pertlement, wns ordered today by Sec aud best bidder tho working of the son that catarrh can be cured by retary of Labor Wilson. Daniel J. public roads of Ohio county for one Mrs. Victoria Pickcl, of Columbus, is a case of this sort, bne Kecfe, labor expert and former Com- year from February 1, 1915, at tho by Peruna. had nasal catarrh very badly, and was cured Pickel, 130 E.We will missioner General of Immigration, following times and places: MoUnd and Hywel Davlcs, a Kentucky coal January 1 1 let her tell her own story. Mrs. Victoria M. Ccntcrtowu Street, Columbus, Ohio, writes: operator and former designated by Janunry 1 1 llufnrd "I have been using Peruna for catarrh, having had a very aggratho secretary to undertakn an amiJanuary 12 Dcanflcld vated case, so bad that it clogged the nasal organs. When I did cable adjustment of the controversy. January 1.". Fordsvllte get the nasal organs opened, the mucus would drop into my throat Mr. Davles and Mr. Kecfe were In Jununry 14 Horse Branch and make mc very sick. conference for several hours tonight Rockport January 1 1 "A friend advised me to take Peruna, and after using four botwith Air. Wilson and Representative January l,r Beaver Dam tles I was cured. I have no trouble now, and am happy to say that Francis of Ohio, discussing tho situaJanunry 16 Dundee lodge duties, I am enjoying the best of health and attending to my tion. Later it was announced that January II Hartford being a member of the Rebecca Lodge of Odd Fellows. Bills containing copy of contract suffering with the same the two conciliators would proceed "I would recommend Peruna to those as soon as possible to tho territory and specifications nnd description of obnoxious trouble." . affected for consultations with the roads have been posted over the opposing factions. They will leave County and further Information can been occupied. Washington probaly tomorrow night be had by calling on me at the CounLATEST WAR NEWS to visit and hold hearings nt Bcll-alr- ty Judge's Office, or address me ut Wednesday, Ferry, Bridgeport, Hartford. Martins Russia The Russians announce Steubenville, Barnesvlllo, Flushing, T. H. BENTON. an important victory over the Turks Ohio and Wheeling, W. Va where County Road Engineer. Monday. rein the Caucasus, at Knslaml A hint that the British sulting in the capture of one entire Government contemplated conscrip- army corps. which The column tion for Increasing the army and took Ardahan three days ago has navy was dropped by Thomas J. been driven out of that town. The Parliamentary Secretary to Russian? also report another vicihc Admiralty. The recruiting boom tory over the Austrlans In Uzsok whicn commenced after the holidays, Pass, the army declared to be in full continues, It Is stated, and recruiting retreat. In North Poland the weathoffices were crowded yesterday. Baron er is proving a useful ally to the WiniDorne has been appointed Lord Russians, and the German progress Lieutenant of Ireland to succeed the is slow. Marquis of Aberdeen, to take effect A Member of The Rebeccas A Bad Case of Nasal OHIO STRIKE IS hearings will Catarrh Cured By ' e, Sarl-Kamys- Janunry 4th, In honor of Miss Thai Arnold, of nlo Askln, of Owcnsboro, was lars-l- y Dec. 5. Mr. Blrdlo J. attended. Those reported as havHorso Branch, wns on business Sating been present nro: Mnymle county scat. urday at the Maudlo Holder, Cnrmlo Holder, Mrs. Itenn Duncan died at Olcn 22nd of Flosslo, Robarkcr;. Molllo Meitdor, Denn. Ky,t von,T.U08dRj.;jthc Dc'cetfi fieri a? ttid libnio'of'her daugh- Maymlc Blair, Oracle 8tampcr,Inyt ter Mrs. Gcorgo Fords, aged C3 years. Carter, Myrl Askln, Guy Holder,' Ru-fHashnm, Clint Kcenc, Ilcltroii Burial nt Glen Dean. Payton, Olaton, and Keone, Wilder Askln.Ion Coppago, Mr. Fred Mrs. Wrcnncr Wndo Fallen Rock, Gcorgo Coppago, William Lafo Blair, eloped to Owcnsboro and were mar-- 1 Trlsler Ileddcn, Evcrctte demons, Henry Tom Mathews. rled on tho 26th. Mr. Ilyrnm E. Monroo, Olaton, Mr. Lodford Payton, Olaton, nnd J Mary dough, Narrows, were married ' wa In Leltchflcld Monday on busion the 23 of December, nnd are now ness. at homo at Olaton in the house vaA TEXAS WONDER. cated recently by Floyd Payton at The Texas Wonder cures kidney an (ho Henry Felix farm. a bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, Mr. Floyd Payton has erected now homo at tho E. T. Payton place, cures dltbctes, weak tnd lame uackB, near Fallen Rock, nnd has moved, rheumatism, aud all irregularities of vacating the II. T. Felix house near the kldnojs and bladder In both men and women. Kogulntos bladder trouOlntou. bles In children .It not sold by jour Mr. William Chancellor has opendruggUt, will send by mall on reed a new store at Oilers shop, ceipt of J 1.00. One small bottle hi creek. Mr. Noah Burden came up from two months' treatment, and seldom McIIeiiry and wns guest Sunday of falls to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from this nnd othor stall's. Jas. W. Hall, at Vine Hill. Mrs. Nix Is quite III at her homo Dr. E. W. Hall, 2K26 Olive Streot. St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. 30ty nt Edwards Schoolhouse. Mr. Alex Aldrldgo Is also very low at Roslne. Rev. Wilbert E. Hall. Roslne. and Mr. Tabor Galthcr, of Olaton, were For Infants and Children, dinner guests Monday of Mr. Wiley Gnlthcr and family at Pattiesvtllc. lis Kind YovHavi Always Bough? Tho pleasant party given at Mr. Bears tho Guy Holder's country residence near on the evening of Monday, Signature ot ; Wft 'wT fcOTf vC Trlsler hosim:. An-kl- n, us Mc-Gra- CASTOR I A if S7 sjr9- 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 Mac-Naroar- a, after, the France The French, and In the English capture of Steinbach, are attempting interchurches In foreign countries to force their way through Cernay, cession day services were held towhich would open Allies' the possession of day lor the success of the the, way to Muelhausen. arms, Many of the sermons embodied exhortations to the young men EnRland Although the Foreign to join the army. Office, it is said, regards with favor c the American plan of certifying carliUlkan Status Indications point goes, loaded under direction of the to the possibility of the Balkan Treasury Department, it was stated States, which are now neutral, tak-in- s in London that the British Governa hand In the war. The Greek ment cannot afford to waive the Minister of Finance has declared that right of search, because of the pos Greece Is making preparations to sibility of shifting cargoes at sea. maintain the new territories which The House of Lords will meet tos,be sained. in the Balkan wars from day and Earl Kitchener is expected Turliey and Bulgaria, but that she to make a statement on the progress has more to fear from Bulgaria than of the war and British preparations. Turey. It is not thought that Rumania can look on calmly while the German? The German Governtoward ment, according to a statement" beHutiians are advancing Transylvania, and It is expected that fore the House Foreign Affairs Comhhc will join with Russia and try mittee, does not expect legislation d Eastern In the United States to prevent the to secure the province of Austria-Hungarexportation of arms and ammuni tion to the belligerents iu Europe. Eiusia In the East the Germans report that they have captured the Thursday. important Russian position' at England The House of Lords west of the Vistula River. heard from Lord Kitchener a review Tbc Russians claim that the battles of the military operations for the of tlje four rivers Bzura, Rawka. past six weeks. The War Secretary Pilica and Nlda are practically at laid particular emphasis on the Turkan end, the Germans having been ish defeat in the Caucasus, the Auschecked at all points. trian defeat in Gallcla aud what he termed "the severe check to German Vnltetl States Officials of the aspirations in Poland." He spoke Washington Government expect the of the "nqteworthy progress" east coming week to clear tho air of much I of Rhelms; the "extraordinary achiof the uncertainty prevalent over the evement" of Servians: Bothas' "masseizure of American cargoes and terly handling" of the situation in ships by the Allies. An answer to ' South Africa, and paid a tribute to tho American not by Great Britain the smallest of the Allies Montenegro. is expected during the week. ish Empire much-covetey. Bor-jimo- February 17. Throughout the Brit- , 0 fit, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 UBe Home Copyright gf HART &CHAFFNER. r MARX. Good Clothes Ilart Scbaff ncr & Marx 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 & tit. As we heartily bid farewell to the old year, we extend cordial greeting to the new, along with best wishes for happiness and prosperity for everybody. As the results of the old year are now records of the past, let us forget our trials and disappointments and turn with renewed strength and energy to the tasks and duties that confront us. Let us go about our work with willing hands, loyal hearts and smiling faces. Let us be true to ourselves and all mankind, and ever ready to encourage a failing-heart 0 0 0 0. 0k. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 w7 I 0 0 0 ' The Russian General Staff gives out a statement of the ten days' battle in the Caucasus, resulting in a crushing defeat of the Ottoman forces, and the annihilation of almost two army corps. According to the report they captured vitally interested. one army corps with Its commander, A British battleship and light three Division Generals with their staffs, and a quantity of war muni cruiser bombarded the capital of erinan East Africa, aud tions. inflicted considerable damage. Turkey The former German fJt'niuny A Berlin statement is- cruiser Goeben, which now flies the sued last night says that the subma-rin- o Turkish flag. struck two Russian that sunk the Formidable is mines near the Bosphorus and was seriously damaged, tho fact having pufe. It escaped tho British destroyers scat after it by tho English, It is been kept secret form tho people of Constantinople. claimed. Tuesday. The British reply to Inland. the American note of protest on contraband Is practically ready to be delivered. An outline of it lias been sent to France, as that country Is Heavy engagements are reported in Upper Alsace, around Cermty (Sennhelin) and the French War Oflco says that the village of SteliiDneh has been taken from the (Jurirjvrs. kYance Belgium Chairman Hoover, of Commission tor Relief in Belgium, says the food supply in sight will only last until February 15, when the extinction of a race is possible. In tho Valley of the Meuse, he says, the French peasants are confronted by starvation, and many deaths have In bad already occurred. Russia or rightly direct a misguided intellect. We Greet Our Customers 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 With a solemn promise that no better service can be given than we propose to give; that no better Merchandise can be had at the price than we will furnish; that nothing is too good for our customers, and that our efforts to give the best Merchandise at the best prices shall be prosecuted vigorously during the New 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 i. 0W 0 0 0 jLl 0' 0 0 0 0 0 0 tfa. Yeafof 1915. As usual we expect to add qujte a number of New Customers to our 1915 list and we 'greet those that are not our customers and extend to them a special invitation to join a' happyjthrong of satisfied customers. a Aurtriu Severe battles weather huvo enabled tho Austrlans In taTie up' a strong position on the FOR SALE. hills ftoath of Gorllcc, according to Store house and stock ot goods. a Vienna report. Tho statement says House 20x60 feet with side room 12 that over 12,000 Russian prisoners feet wide. C room dwelling. All new were ta'xen nt Chrstlmas time. buildings and good location. Also 70 aero farm, 50 acres good rich botKusf.la. The Petrograd report tom, good dwelling and barn, with .shows active advances to have been fencing and repair. Will mado only against the Austrlans. sell ubove property at a bargata. Many prisoners are said to bare been A. M. WEATHERFORD, tafcen. iThe town of Suczawa bus Sunnydale, Ky. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 tf 0 0 We wish you all a happy New Year. E. P. BARNES & BRO., .. neaver.uam, Kentucky. . o..... ! 0 0 0 0 m s . M0000 . ... mi