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Sea Pirate Admired by the English Marines Be- cause of Bravery. Sydney, Australia, Jan. 7. No phase of the world war has been uioro niled with the llavor of romance and bus more touched the Imagination than tho desperate scries of adventures of the Oertnan cruiser Emden, her destruction of $15,000,000 worth of hostile shipping the shelling of Madras, tho during raid Into tho heart of Penang harbor where n Husslan cruiser and Subscription $1 per Year No. 27 announcemnt that postmasters woahl conduct a national employment bureau. Tho movement, however, will not be put into effect until next week. Postmaster Schmltt has not received details of tho plan officially, and until ho Is notified by the Department of Labor, no definite steps will- - be taken. Names or men who applied yesterday were taken by Postmaster Schmltt nnd they will be filed In the order received. Mr. Schmltt had hardly "cleared decks for action" yesterday morning at his ofilcc when he was handed a letter or application, the first one received. Before ho had time to larn Its contents nn aged man walked in and applied personally for a position, saying that he would like to get a Job as porter, or other light work, as he was not able to hold positions requiring healer labor. Following Is the first application received by Postmaster Schmltt: "Dear Sir I see In the Herald where you are going to give melt Would like to get a position on a farm, as I was born and reared on a farm. I am a married man. If you will be so kind to help me, you can write or telephone, me. If you would like to see me I will call the first day I am off." Mr. Schmltt said yesterday that if he Is to bo swamped every day by unemployed men looking for work, it will be necessary for him to assign a clerk to the task or filing names and filling out reports. ir the work is to be carried on, -as outlined by Commissioner Camin-ett- l, of the Immigration Bureau, It will mean much additional labor to postofflcers, and It Is probable that special clerks will be appointed to assist postmasters in the movement in all large-offices." HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1915. crs mistook her for tho British cruisCapt. von Muller NO SUFFRAGE er Yarmouth. withheld his fire until less than 400 yardB away. Then, while still coming on nt a terrific paco, tho Emden emptied her bow guns Into the Jemtchug. At about 250 yards she altered her course so as to pour two Proposition Snowed Under broadsides Into the Itusslan ship. the enSho ulso sent a torpedo Into By House. gine room of the Jemtchug, but this did little damage. Aboard the Jemtchug nil was demoralization. Only a few shots were Party Lines Not Drawn But Demfired from tho light guns, and most ocrats Give Largest Vote of tho shells went over the Emden. The Emden passed the Jemtchug Against It. nnd entered the Inner harbor. She saw tho French torpetio craii anu realized that she was a perfect mark Washington, Jan. 12. Tho house for their torncdoos, the range being or representatives tonight by a vote I about 300 yards. So she turned and or 204 to 174 refused to submit to nindo Tor the Jemtchug again. Tho' the states an amendment to the torpedo boats, however, wero not federal constitution to cnfranclilsp ery dangerous to her, for only one women. of them opened up and that with a Tho vote, the second in the history machine gun. or congress on the woman suffrage This time the Emden passed with- issue, came at the close of a day in 150 yards of tho Jemtchug. The long prepared for by oratory.and durrange was practically point blank, as ing which many speakers wero listIn the old days of Sir Francis Drake. ened to with frequent evidences of Even nt this tho Uusslans could not approval or disapproval by tho packseriously Injure the Emden. The ed galleries. Into the was before the The question Germans sent a torpedo Russian's magazine, there was a tre- house on the Mondell resolution to mendous explosion and tho Jemtchug submit a constitutional amendment was enveloped In a mountain of providing the right or suffrage Smoke. Teil minutes later she had should not bo abridged "because or disappeared beneath the water. sex." ChUiilry In Battle. affirmative vote was A Meanwhile tho Mosquet had heard necessary to pass tho resolution and by a majority or tho firing and was coming into the it was defeated at full' speed. Tho Emden thirty. harbor Party lines were not strictly-draw- n met her as sho went out. Three in the fight, though" Demoshells struck the Mosquet at the same time and the waves soon found cratic Leader Underwood, voicing tho attitude of his party that suffrage is their victim. "llere came in the chivalry or Capt. a state issue, strongly opposed the von Muller. which brought him In resolution, while Republican Leader and Mann was one of the suffragists' to such high respect roo alike. ""Although the three chief speakers. French torpedo croft were in his Enthusiasm mingled with dejecrear and should by all the laws ot war be pursuing him, he put down tion when Speaker Clark announced "rilV Small boala and rescued 'the the result and Into the cprrldors rrom the opposite galleries (Ilea hunMosquet survivors. While stealing away rrom Penang, dreds or suffragists, with purple and the Emden met tho tramp steam- yellow sashes and red rose bedeck ship Glen. Capt. von Muller did ed This is the second defeat for the not attempt to seize her, but sent her Into Penang with the message: suffrage cause in the national legis"I tried not to hit the town." If I lature within a year. March 19 last an equal sunrage constitutional did so I am very sorry indeed." This Is why the Englishmen from amendment received 35 to 34 votes Penang speak ot "that gentleman, In the senate, a bare majority, but s. railing or the necessary tho captain or the Emden." However, the suffrage leader's are After this the Emden Is not heard or except for minor captures, until not dismayed. As they .left the galNov. 10. On that day the employes leries, led by Dr. Anna Howard or tbe cable station on Cocos Island, Shaw and other ckamfilons ot the several hundred miles southwest or cause, they declared the 'fight is by Java, saw a strange warship coming no means over, and that the suffrage into the harbor. Suspecting no good propoganda will be pressed forward was meant, the operators began to and 'onward until every woman in send out a series or messages, "Un- America shall have the right to cast known warship approaching shore," a ballot. '.'The result was what wo expect"letting down boats;" "armed party ' coming ashore;" "evidently Intend to ed," said Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge, president or the national association slezo the cable station." opposed to woman suffrage. "It Meets the Sjdney. suffrage movement Thcso messages were flashed by means the by hysterical women Is on the British cable and wireless all over that sectton or the Pacific. Just at wane." that time a great convoy or AustraliWe want to thank Mrs. an and New Zealand transports was for telling us how well she likes rrom the Co-cpassing about 40 miles her MAJESTIC Range. It makes Island, carrying troops to Egypt living to have customers warships lite worth nnd Europe. Tho guardian or this kind. She likes the MAJESheard the call from somewhere "S. TIC better than any range she has O. S. Cocos Island." The Australian ever used, and recommends it to cruiser Sydney, Capt." John Glossop, you. E. P. BARNES & BRO., turned her bow and hastened for the Beaver Dam, K two-thirtwo-thirdfor-ter- ed os tho last fight with the Australian cruiser Sydney near Cocoa Island, and tho forlorn hope of tho 40 men aboard the crazy old schooner k French torpedo boat were sunk, .Ayessa. Even tho London Times Is moved to say: "We rejoice that tho cruiser has been destroyed at last, but we salute ('apt. von Muller, as a brave and chivalrous foe. Wo trust his lire has been saved, for if he came to London he would receive a generous welcome. Our maritime race knows how to admire a, daring and seaman, and there are few episodes of modern naval history more remarknblo than tho meteoric career of the little Emden." It is now possible for the first time to patch together the tale of the Her career of destruction JSmdtn. started theday war wasdeclareiV against Russia, when sho captured a Muscovite crulBcr near VladivoTslng-tao- . tho stok and took her to OTrman Chinese colony. Tho Emden Immediately sailed south from travel .boit Southwestern Asia. There she haunted like a highwayman, destroying 22 ships In 14 weeks. Tho total y& tills 3,500-to- n cruiser occasioned (o allied shipping cannot be estimated accurately, but it was probIn the ably around $15,000,000. .great Insurance exchange of Lloyd's, London the Emden was the great topic of discussion, and at each new exploit of Capt. von Muller the rates for insurance took a bound. Her First Deed. One fine morning sho appealed off the great seaport of Madras, on tbe east coast of Hindustan. Shells began to fall upon the town and the treat oil tanks were set on fire, crippling the British severely. Then sho was away like tho and a few days later was heard from a thousand miles distant. At least 40 warships (and probably twice that number) Russian, French, British, Japanese and Australian searched high and low for her. Sho was never found, her final destruction being duo to a ship not engaged In the search. On the morning of Oct. 28 sho d performed a feat of valor only by Farragut's "dam the torpedoes" and Dowoy'e entrance Into south. Manila harbor. In the harbor of By tho time she reached the vicina city of about 250,000 popuMalay ity ot the Island a landing party ot lation on tho west side of the Peninsula, wero lying the Itusslan 40 men had wrecked tho cable staapproachcruiser Jemtchiig". on paper more for- - tion. Seeing the Sydney than tho Emden; the French ing, the Emden let oft a great blast torpedo boats Mosquot, Fronde, Pis- - from her siren to recall the landing '' iolet and tho torpedo boat destroyor party. Then, without waiting tor them, sho steamed out to meet the D'Ibervllie. superior warship The captain of tho Emden rigged Sydney, a vastly dummy out of In number and weight or guns. up a fourth funnel It is said that the captain or the canva6, and, according to somo acJapanese flags, al- - Emden exclaimed: "ir she Is an Ausl counts, flow tho ' though this Is denied by the Ger- tralian cruiser I will sink her." He underestimated the Sydney, however. mans. Tho Mosquet was patrolling the There were eight British too, v entrance to the harbor, but in the aboard, and tho Australians, : jinrknfHw of early morning the era proved Ul KUUU IISIIIIU6 iucioi, I Tbo battle opened at a range or den slipped by her, unobserved. The first Jemtchug lay Jn the center or tne about five nrttes. One of tbe away French small I salvos rrom the Sydney carried liarbor, while throe I the Emden's bridge and killed and ' rati wre nlonKslde tho piers. Jemtchug was ' wounded about a dozeu men. At the The captain of the same time, the Emden scored by despending the night ashore, ana uer stroying the Sydney's range-finde- r. w. leeks were not cioarea ior none The Sydney's gunners were forced to m the three French craft, them bad steam up, their decks carry on Independent fire. Meets Her Matter. m'flre not prepared for an engagement The Emden got In two other hits. percentage of the officers and a Urge One went through the deck and, were ashore. in the after control, wkera it A Darkuc Attack. s the Emden steamed full speed (Continued on Eighth Pag.) Jemtchug, we ussian par-nlleg, gun-laye" to be dofeatcd, and denied that ho made the statements concerning tho Catholics. Twelvo attorneys were retained lu the case. A motion for a now trial was overruled. Taylor lias a similar suit against W. B. Hazel, n wealthy citizen of Owensboro, alleging that he also circulated tho Moseley nflldnvlt. j NIkIiI RldetJtiiN) in Christian. Hopkinsvlllc, Ky., Jan. 12. Twenty-f"night riders," armed and ive masked, visited the home or William Rose, a farmer who lives within a stone's throw or La Fayette. This was on Sunday night. Riding up to his front door they called him out and warned him not to attempt to deliver his tobacco at Clarksvtlle, Tonn., where he had sold it to the Italian Regie. They also Instructed him to notify John Allen, J. W. Richards and Cross Brannon that they must not parry out similar contracts with Clarksvtlle buyers. When the "night riders" rode away from Rose's farm, they fired pistols and guns in the air, creating much excitement in the neighborhood. Rose's crop had been purchased ten days ago by James Trice, a Regie buyer. He had 8,000 pounds loaded on his wagbns ready to start tor Clarksville the next day. Instead, he has unloaded the wagons and put the weed back in the barn. La Fayette Is a small village In Christian county. 5 EIGHTY MEN PLEAD GUILTY Indiana Election Thieves On Mercy of Court. Terrc Haute Democrats Are Up Against Federal Court At Indianapolis. Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 12. Admitting that they had participated In the alleged conspiracy to corrupt the election or November 3, 1914, in Terre Haute, eighty men out of 114 under arrest pleaded guilty before Judge A. B. Anderson In the United States district court here today. Sentence was not pronounced. Mayor Donn M. Roberts, or Terre Haute; Circuit Court Judge "Ell H. Redman, Sheriff Dennis Shea and -- . others who were represented by Representative A. O. Stanley, ot Kentucky, filed demurrers to the charges contained In the Indictment, which was returned the day before last The demurrers will be Christmas. argued January 20. J. E. Edward Holler, who until a few days-- ago was chief of police or buy "unslght unseen." Let the man who knows show you all about RANGES at our store one week Jan, 18 to 23 inclusive. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. DON'T Terre Haute, and John F. Nugent, former night chief of police, were among those who pleaded guilty. With the exception of Holler and Nugent all of the city and county officials who were indicted filed de- Co. Coming. Company will The Oormand-For- d show in Hartrord three nights next week, beginning Thursday night Jan. 21. On the first nlghf (Thursday) Mary J. Holmes Novel, "Lena Rivers," wlllJbQ given In tour acts. This company comes hero well recommended and with the reduction or prices to 25c for adults and 15c for children, they should have good audiences. An. entire changq or program is promised each night. (orotund-For- d murrers. After the 114 men had pleaded New York. Jan. 11. A thorough Judge Anderson instructed that all investigation of a movement de- those who had pleaded guilty could clared to be in progress on the part return to their homes and await the or andrCath'oltc societies and publi- summons ot United States District cations tojdrve Catholics out of Attorney JTrankC. Dalley. Tho same pubhC"Hfe 'has been undertaken by" freedom was granted those who had the Commission on Religious Preju- pleaded not guilty, and then the by the supremo court set January 20 as the date to dice, "'authorized council or the Knights or Colum- hear the argumeuts on the demurbus, was announced here tonight by rers. Detail's of Demurrer. Rev. J. Wynne, editor ot the CathoFor this purpose lic Encyclopedia. Tho demurrer filed In behalf or an appropriation or $50,000 has Mayor Roberts sets forth (1) the been made. At the conclusion or court has no Jurisdiction in the case; its present meeting in this city the (2) the facts are not sufficient to commission will prepare ior a ses- constitute a public offense; (3) the sion In Chicago on March G, to be facts are not sufficient to constitute followed by meetngs lu other large a crime or misdemeanor; (4) the cities. fourth count in the indictment is Criminal prosecution has already dupllcltous in that it attempts to been ordered by tbe Department or state in a single count more than Justice against one widely circulated one seperate and distinct offense, publication, it was an- and (5) the indictment is vague. nounced., and others will follow. It With only one or two exceptions was said also that the commission each of the prisoners spoke plainly would vigorously oppose the report when called upon to plead. Daniel published Alban, the second man called, stood of the postmaster-genera- l, In December, containing a state- and wetted his lips for several secment or the position or the postof-fic- e onds and then only nodded his head department regarding the use affirmatively when the court asked or- the malls by such publications. ir he were guilty. He was the first Aczel, Colonel P. H. Callahan, or Louis to plead guilty, Alexander ville, Ky., is chairman or the com- the first called, having pleaded not mission, ot which other members are guilty. Joseph Scott ot Los Angeles, Cat.; Jesse Powell attempted to give Albert O. Bagley ot Vancouver, B. some details regarding bis part in C; Thomas A. Lawler, of Lansing, the alleged conspiracy. He said he Mick., and Joseph C. Pelletier of was mixed up in the registrations, Boston. but did not know anything about tbe a conspiracy. than A Card. "Did you register more Hartford, Ky.. Jan. 14. 1915. once?" asked Judge Anderson. "Yes," admitted the prisoner. "I'll I havo been solicited by a number ot leading citizens, ot all parties, to plead guilty to that, but not to conmake the race for the Republican spiracy." nomination for Circuit Court Clerk Arter Judge Anderson had exot Ohio county, and havo the matter plained the meaning or the word under consideration, with the chances conspiracy more rully, Powell said, favorable to ray announcemnt, about "I guess I'm guilty, then." Prisoners Croud Court Room. the first of March. In the mean time, The defndants, all or whom had some one has circulated a report that Investigate Anti-Cathol- ic - Societies. Republican Goverenor Ianauguratad. Columbus, O., Jan. 11. In the presence of a vast throng gathered from all parts of Ohio and from ad Joining-- . States; Frank B. Willt7rfH Hardin county, was Insugurated'Gov- -' and Gov. James ernor or Ohio y B. Cox became a private citizen. The Jnaugural ceremonies were devoid or partisan features. The event, however, marked an epoch in the history of the Republican party In Ohio In that it was the first time in eleven years that the inaugurated-Governo- r came from that party. In his inaugural address Cor. ' Willis promised retrenchment la State affairs. Mr. Willis resigned his seat in Congress on last Friday and enjoyed a respite ot two days, during which he was a private citizen. to-da- t anti-Cathol- ic SIMMONS. - ' Mrs. R. B. Carter is very sick. Mrs. John Carter has returned short visit, to her parents, Mr. aad Mrs. Maples, Bennetts, Ky. Two wagon loads from this place attended the party at Miss Verda-Ashley'-s Saturday night. Miss Anna Carter, who is teaching at Walton's creek, visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Carter, Saturday, and Sunday. Mr. Nathan Hudson, of Illinois, Is visiting his mother, Mrs Nan Hud; son. , Mrs. Hattle Stewart who has relatives at Cen'tertown, has returned home. Misses Pearl and Dora Brown went to Beaver Dam last week. The mines are running here now. been-visitin- g I will not be a candidate. It is for the purpose ot denying this rumor Also' that this card is published. for the purpose ot asking my friends throughout the county to Investigate i. lot sd tortlbo - from childhood and my conduct weigh my claims as a Republican, and It I stand the test, when the proper time arrives, I may ask your Enylor Loses Salt. Jury support. Until then, 1 ask my friends Owensboro, Ky., Jan. 12.-- A In the Daviess Circuit Court with) not to commit themselves to other Special Judge I. H. Thurman, or candidates who are playing tho roll Springfield, presiding, round for the ot the "early bird." Respectfully, defendant, inthe case or E. P. TayWALLACE H. RILEV. aginst C, J. Moseley, a wealthy lor Taylor was suing farmer YOUR NEIGHBOR KNOWS his Moseley for $25,000 damges as the result ot Moseley making an amdavlt MAJESTIC RANGE uses little fuel bakes perfectly heats abundance to the effeet that Taylor had said he could gat tie CathoHevote la an E- ot water good and hot and costs lection bf glriag eaek priest: $19 or, practically nothing tor, repairs. LET plcaies. The aAdavit was atreuMted US SHOW YOU WHY. CALL durpat thatTaylor was ing our DBMON8TRA.TIO- N- WEEK darter tfc January 18 to 2 S inclusive. MltlACfarjCattstr Court Clark, He E. P, BARNM ft BRO., by aft tfca' IeH Beaver Dam, Ky. He aUaasA.tk aMavtt oauwd kin to-da- y. aiaUa vet. Competing With Chinese Labor. The Democratic Tariff bill put pl Iron on the free list along with rails, steel ingots, etc. Tho result ot this has been depression in the iron and (steel manufacturing industry, aad been released on bonds or personal what Is more, a Chinese firm has got ' recognized, were ushered Into the a contract to furnish 350,000 tons court room and seated one at a ot manufactured pig iron to a firm time. The Jury box had been re- in Seattle. The Chinese workers in moved and a few other alterations tho iron mills of China get 20 cents a were necssary to find room for all day for ten and a halt hours ot bard or tho 11.4. prisoners, said "to have labor. The Democrats think it Is been the-- largest number ever ar- wise to make a law that forces our raigned at pne time, In a United J working people to compete with that kind ot labor. As a result of this unStates court. Mayor"Roberts was among the last wise .Democratic Tariff, the ore sklp-man- ts from the Lake Superior disto enter the court room. He took a seat beside his counsel, Represen- trict for the presnt season, upto tka tative Stanley, and rrequently con- first day ot September, show a Ism sulted him. He also turned to look of 10,736,649 tons, or 33 per cent at many or the defendants us they loss, compared with the same period " uttered their pleas of guilty. Judge last year. Naikua (N. H.) TeleRedman and his son. Hilton, also graph. had seats at the counsel table. Card vt Thanks. Tkaaka to tka kladkaarted. people Army" Lays Stage to Out and sekool children ot Clear Run the FMtottca. neighborhood for tke klndnaaa tkay' says: Louisville-HeralTuesday's nhnm-oi-i ua durlna the lUaaas and "Applleatlons fram tke unemployto pour la at tke 'burial of our little key, ed are elanlg W. D. Smltk aad Family, Louisville Poatofice, following tke d .. f r rVr rr'r " i M Rl PAYROLL OF CIVILIZATION MET BY FARMER WANTS NO "DEADHEADS" ON LIST OF EMPLOYES. A Call Upon the Law Makers to Prevent Useless Tax on I Agriculture. National By Irturer Peter Radford rarmtn' Union. f n: l ? 1 I tv h Jr I P i There is no payroll in civilization that docs not rest upon the back f the fanner. He must pay the bills all of tlicm. When a farmer buys a plow he pays the man who mined the commissions for an incrcasc in metal, the woodman who felled .. rates, and the utterances of Pres,..!. :..' .!..,: KVi e ,ul B " """ tho trnr- - l,n ,nnfnrt,,rPr xvUn . ".""' tiicir a service, ident Wilson on the subject . assembled the raw ma er.al and omctimcs favor an incrcasc thc bring thc farmers of this nation shaped it into an article of use-- 1 cxpcnses of ilulltstrv witIl0lIt due face to face, with thc problem of RURAL SOCIAL CENTERS. ,,. It ,..!. ti, - an incrcasc in freight rates. '""" "" lainuau uiai uu.iv re,,nr, fnP , ... ported it and the dealer who sold backs to the summer s sun to is the policy of thc Farmer's' Wc need social centers where .him the goads, lie pays the meet the payroll, but these com- Union to meet thc issues affect- our young people can be cntcr-- I . . i ...,.i -- ...I - i .... , wages of labor and capital mittees, while making a record ing the welfare of thc fanners taiucii. uiiiusvu aim :.. iiimiucicu unin thc transaction as well for themselves, rub the skin off squarely and wc will do so in der the direction of cultured, as pays for the tools, machinery, the shoulders of clean and competent leadership, the farmer by this instance. buildings, etc., used in thc The transportation facilities of where aesthetic surroundings urging the legislature to lay anof the commodity and other burden upon his heavy load the United States are inadequate stir thc love for the beautiful, thc same applies to all articles and under thc lash of "bc'tt en- to effectively meet the demands where art charges the atmosof commerce and particularly in phere with inspiration and power of use and diet of himself and acted" goad him on pull and the South and those engaged in the subsidiary surge at the traces of to West additional and innocent amusements incivilization, aclines of industry. struct and brighten their lives. no matter how he may sweat, railway mileage is needed to commodate thc movement of farm Thc total value of the nation's foam and gall at the annual agricultural products is legislatures "cut a task. When products. If in the wisdom of for our Railroad Commissions an inaround $12,000,000,000, and it is labor they hand themelon" L farmer a crease in freight rates is necessafe to estimate that 95 cents on lemon. sary to bring about an improveevery dollar goes to meet thc Thc expenses of subsidiary industries. States fanners of thc United ment in our transportation ser- The Local Paper a Most Useful are Thc farmer does not work more carry "deadnot financially able to vice, and an extension of our Agency on the Farm The heads" on tiicir than thirty minutes per day for rolls. Our own hired hands pay- mileage, then an incrcasc should Press, Pulpit and School a arc be granted and thc farmer is willhimself; the remaining thirteen not paid unless wc have someTrinity of Influence That hours of thc day's toil he devotes thing for them to do and we are ing to share such proportion of Must Be Utilized in the increase as justly belongs to to meeting the payroll of the not willing to Building Agricarry the hired him, but we have some suggeshired hands of agriculture, such help of dependent culture. industries un- tions to make as to thc manner in as the manufacturer, railroad, less there is work for them. Wc By Peter Radford which this incrcasc .shall be levcommercial and other servants. Irrturor NMloiil rartnop." Union. must, therefore, insist upon' the ied. The Farmer's Payroll and How most rigid economy. A broad campaign of publicity Rates Follow Lines of Least ReHe Meets It. on the Nsubi'ect of rural life is g sistance. Legislative The annual payroll of agriNeeded. Thc freight rates of, the nation needed in this state today to(bring the problems of thc farmculture approximates $12,000,000,-00is on and there have been built up along liue of While thc war A pprtiou of the amount is is a lull in business, we lhc city The merchant, icrs to thc forefront, all least resistance. bhifted to" foreign countries in ex- IpfTiilof ive bodies tr taki want in. the manufacturer, the miner, thc problems arc blazoned upon thc nti ports, but thc total payroll of in- ventory of the statute books and!"lillcr. thc lumberman and the front pages of thc mctiupolitan 'dailies .and echoed in thc country dustries working for the tanner off all extravagant and use-- cattleman have had their traffic divides substantially as follows: wipe ' 'press, but the troubles of thc M1UIU""- - "'Krt""-CRailroads, $1,252,000,000; manu- less laws. A good farmers arc seldom told, except ,n man' '"Stances they have facturers, $4,365,000,000; mining, is needed and economies can be sllc,d roni without mercy by those who seek to piofit by here and there that will !? $655,000,000; banks, $200,000,000; of the the story, patch the clothes of indigent chil- - aiul WJth x ,the Powcr, of "P""7"1 package' and thc glitter mercantile, $3,500,000,000, and a ofttimes obscures thc the ?naKc heavy miscellaneous payroll con- lren, rest tired mothers and lift life out of thc rates and mcZd up substance. A searching investifrom mortgages despondent stitutes the remainder. restrained greed they have eaten gation into the needs of the farm- Unnecessary takes the corn crop, the homes. off and useless workmen the vitals out of our transport.! crs will reveal manv inherent de Jt taken most valuable in agriculture, chopped down all along expenses tion system and since we have fects in our economic system that the line commissions, these when which sold last year for $1,692,- - will add to the prosperity of the had railroad skill and cunning, can be easily remedied illumi000,000, to pay off the employes properly understood and interests, with larmcr ana encourage nun in nis oi the railroads; the monev de mighty effort to feed and clothe ?.e reprcscntcd at every hearing nated by thc power of thc press; ;e rived from our annual sales of the world. The rural press, the pulpit and in which their business thc school arc a trinity of powf !' Castries HSSraCkmn0f f.rtirt- - !e cf1rfttii rpnri. erful influences that the farmer the surplus employes we d at ratc hearings as his or- - must utilize to their fullest cacrop, valued at $920,000,000; thc them on the farm. We can use have no nizations ,iave never had the pacity before wheat crop, which is worth regular schedule of wages, but nances t0 employ counsel to e 'commanding he can occupy a and the oat crop, that position in public pay good arm hands on an , his side of the case and as affairs is worth $440,000,000, are re- average of $l.oO per day of thir-These gigantic agencies re,lt thc products of thc plow 'are organized in every rural com quired to meet the annual pay- teen hours when they board b r aIl imequal burden of the roll of the manufacturers. The themselves; work usually munity and only await the patmoney derived from the remain- about nine months of the runs, ry.lt evense. ronage and of the lWhat is a Fair Rate? ing staple crops is used in meet- and tlie tliree months dead year farmers to ' fully develop their what consti-boar- energy and usefulness. They are ing the payroll of the bankers, they can do the chores for time, their We d.basl!otfk merchants, etc. After these oba !'! local forces working for the best ,raAc If they prefer to farm on!ttes ..,.... ...... t interests of their communities. ligations arc paid, the farmer has their own account, there arc mnrr nave ncvti hmi u li about Their work is to build and their only a few bunches of vegetables, than 14,000,000,000 acres of idle did claim to know .object is to serve. They prosper some fruit and poultry which he land on the earth's surface await-- , ' bu ,f ,thf can sell and call thc proceeds ine the maKic touch of the olo w J & ctor, to. bLc 1"d!"d ,only through the development .,s a his own. : Ti; t and tne rauroau wihihumuu tun and prosperity of the community. ncrease in rates Every farmer in this state When the farmer pays off his Federa Agricu - ruue that an ...- - ,..i.i,i firp.f.r should subscribe for the local help he has "very little reft and paper, as well periodicals .. in mppt these frenipnrlnnc j""" v. ;:::"7 nf consumption o ",i. ?""?".. rvz.u; and such other publications as ions nc iiaa utcu juitcn 10 morr- - tarm in uie continental united : inw the fietorv to the .he may find profitable, but he" gage homes, work women in the States amount to $516.00; the JournCv" v0 should by field and increase, the hours of cost of operation is $340.00; lea v- hoPr2 Ifor his local all means subscribe t paper, and no home ,U infVthC fam.er presented the rate be without it. Thc local educate on family.! We will devote this article to to bearl the increase, for anv .should paper is part of the community a discussion of unncccssarv'ex- - There is no occasion for thc V'1 ' ra then avoid the burden penses and whether required by legislatures making a position for '" rilJmc his own meat, and a life and the editor understands thc farmer's problems. laW or permitted by the man- - surplus employes of industry. Let w Ill ..St IU IMIV. r wi,0 ....11 UWk lij tV ."II.?. A Noble Task. agements of the concerns, is them come "back to thc soil' and ' - owl, meat ousrht to be penal- " wholly immaterial. We want all' share with us the prosperity of, tveA yye think ttie ratc on coai In too many instances thc waste labor and extra vairance. of. the farm and brick can much better bear country papers iiiuuic tne city " whatever character, cut out. Wc an increase than the rate on cot- - press by giving prominence to will mention thc full crew bill as Vulih Are Often Most Seriou: Stop ton and flour. We would prefer scandals, accidents and political Possible Complications. illustrating the character of unnec- fhnt the rate on plows remain the agitation. The new rural civiliThe disregard of a Cold has often same, and machinery, pianos and zation has placed upon the rural cssaiy expenses to which we refer. Union Opposes "Full Crew" Bill. brought many a regret. The fact curb articles as the poorer farm press renewed responsibilities, The Texas Farmers' Union of Sneezing, Coughing, or a Fever er cannot hope to possess bear and enlarged possibilities for usefulness. registered its opposition to tilis slioulil be warning enough that your the burden of increase. It cannot perform its The increase in rates should be mission to agriculture by recordchaiacter of legislation at thc system needs immediate attention, last annual meeting held in FortCerttt,n'y Loss of sleeP ,8 most Bor so arranged that the farmer who ing the frailties, the mishaps and part Worth, Texas, August 4, 1914, jlous. It Is a warning given by y lives at home will bear no farm- inordinate ambitions of humanof 'the burden, but let the icsolution, as follows: ity, or by filling its columns with iture. It Is man's duty to himself to and "The matter of prime tmpor- - as3'st y d0,ng his part. Dr. King's er who boards in other statesstock the echoes of the struggles of tancc to thc farmers of this state Now Discovery Is based on a sclentl-i- s countries and who feeds his of busy streets, or by enchanting analysis of Colds. 50c at your in foreign lauds, pay the price an adequate and efficient mar-ifl- c stories of city life which lure our 3 his folly. kcting system; and we recognize druggist. Duy a bottle children from the farm. It has a higher and nobler Dangers of a Cold. that such a system is impossible task. The rural press is the govRADFORD ON Do you know that of all the minor FARMER without adequate railroad incili-ticerning power of public sentiment WOMAN SUFFRAGE. aliments colds aro by far tho'most embracing the greatest andvmust hold steadfast to prinamount of service at thc least dangerous? It Is not the colds them- - The home is the greatest contri- ciple and keep the ship of state possible cost Wc further recou;- -' BOlves that you need to fear, but tho bution of women to 'the world, jn the rpadstead of progress, Thc nizc that thc farmers and pro- - serious diseases that they so often and the hearthstone is her throne. rural press can best sqrve the dticcrs in the end pay approxi- - lead to. For that reason every cold Our social structure' is built interests of the farmers by apinatcly 95 per cent of the expense should bo gotten rid of with the plying its energies to the solution her, and social of operating the railroads, and it ,east possible delay. To accomplish around in her charge. righteous- of problems affecting the local is Her beau- community, is, therefore, to the interest of this you will find Chamberlain's ness It must stem the Cough Remedy of great help to you. tiful life lights thc skies of hope mighty life current that is movthc producers that the expenses is the charm of the common carriers be as II losens a cold, relieves the lungs, and her refinement ing from the farm to the cities, n,(l8 expectoration and enables tho of twentieth century civilization. sweeping before it a hmall as is possible, consistent thousand graces and her power are with good service and safety, system to throw off the cold. For Her cumulative products boy and girls per day. TIt(bas of gen; the Wcj therefore, call upon our law- - Bal y N dealers. -- makers, courts and juries to bear me lorcgoing iacis in mma wncu dealing with the common carriers of this state, and we do especially reaffirm the declarations of the last annual convention of our State Union, opposing the passage of the "full crew" bill before the thirty-thir- d legislature of Texas." The farmers of Missouri in the last election, qy an overwhelming majority, swept this law off the statute book of that state, and it should come off of all statute books where it appears and no legislature of this nation should pass such a law or similar legislation which requires unnecessary expenditures. This applies to all regulatory measures which increase the expenses of industry without giving corresponding benefits to the public. There is ofttunes a bodv of men assembled at legislatures and they have a right to be there so-call- RATE INCREASE NECESSARY FARMERS' OFFIUNION CIALS THINK RAILROADS ARE ENTITLED TO MORE REVENUE. . i.- - Products of Plow and Farmer Who Lives at Home Should Be Exempt From Increase. Irliirr National Farmers' Union The recent action of thc Interstate Commerce Commission in granting an increase in freight rates in the eastern classification of territory; the application of thc roads by state and interstate By Peter Radford ,,',., t:.... i . tollow-associat- cs crations of queenly conquest, ann her crown of exalted womanhood is jeweled with thc wisdom of saintly mothers. She has been a great factor in thc glory of our country, and her noble achievements should not be marred or her hallowed iuflccnec blighted by thc coarser duties of citizenship. 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Men of this nge aro not accepted unless they have previously served. Hut lie was resolved to strike a Mow for his country, being a hardy, sort, so ho crossed the channel and was accepted by the French. His story Is made up from thirty or forty of the oddest letters and postal cards ever mailed. Some aro bits of old paste-boar- d boxes, and others pieces of dingy manila, or even brown wrapping paper. There is no envelope or stamp on many, but tho Dritlsli postofllce delivered all free of charge to his relatives In London. He started to drill with aboujL 2,500 other foreigners at Ulols. His out-of-do- "One of the mosflntercstlng engagements was between a squadron . of four of our aeroplanes armed with revolvers aglnst a big and a little i Uouerscreck,' (the German nlck- 'nanic for tho armored French aero planes nrmed with machine guns). 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Here is his list: Underclothing in a bag, blanket with a section of tent wrapped around It, two tent pegs, a metal pail, an emergency ration of six biscuits, a can of beef, a package of soup wafers, 1GC rounds of Gen. von Heerlngen, commander in chief of the Ninth Army, told me ammunition and a big rifle. After a brilliant sham attack on a similar story about two officers a hamlet, the legion was declared who fought with revolver aglnst maready for the front,, and entrained chine gun until their motor and tank for Paris at some nameless place, were shot to pieces, forcing them to marching began, and slept in a hay glide to earth. The general said loft one night, then a stable, an at- ho had learned about their bravery tic, a wine cellar, a loft once more only by accident as they had reported and in the huts. They are fast only the results of their reconnols-sanrreaching the firing line see nothing, but hear the scream and whistle of That the German aviators are at shells. Then comes the baptism of a disadvantage in fighting against fire, shrapnel is bursting all around, tho Allies' aeroplanes, armed with machine guns, was freely admitted by but no one has been hit. German aeroplanes are hovering Gen. voa Heerlngen, who said sigover them; excltemnt grows tense; nificantly that that would be attendit is the real thing. Any day they ed to In the near future. may go to the trenches, and at last "French aeroplanes Jiave paid me let- a number of visits," the commanding come a quaint wrapping-pape- r general said with a laugh. "Our ter to say they are in them. On the first occasion they were aviation camp seems to be an atfour days in tho trenches, on the traction for them. We have shot second ex. Ho describes them as down fix of them in the last few thirty inches deep, dug out of sand, weeks. Our gunners are really only roofed over with sapling trunks with just iieginning to get the hang of it openings at Intervals of one .metre with practice. The trouble in peace through hlcli time was always to And some Eorl rather like port-holthey pot at the enemy. of a target to train our gunners In The legion have watches or spells the usp of tho new motor gun. We In tho trenches, after which they couldn't very well ask one of our burrow through passages into the own aviators to go up and. let him shelter pits, where they rest und self be shot nt. Dut now the French sleep. Tho one which he knows best tare affording us just the moving tar-i- s eight feet wide, nine deep, and get we havo been looking for, and about "as long as the two vineries . our shooting is Improving splcn- 'nnd tho tomato house" (ninety feet), .dldly." Gen. von Faenisch, von Heerlng-stee- p It is dug out of a plantation on a slope, the pnssageway is In the cii's brilliant chief of staff, who as center. It Is roofed over with small former Inspector general of the avla-trctrunks as rafters and tho sap- - tlon nrm had more to do than any lings as battens, to a depth ot about other one Individual with .bringing eighteen Inches. The floor Is strewn Gorman military aviation to its pres-wlt- h broom for them to rest on. cut high pitch of efficiency, supple-JtnUlJmented his chiefs remarks" by say-- A in flie Air Frequent. correspondent of tho Now York Ing: Tribune writes from the headquar-- i "We recntly brought down a tors of tho German Ninth Army French aeroplane from un altitude 'Somewhere in France" as follows: of 8,100 feet. Our new gun can Sensational duels between hostilo shoot four miles high." ' aeroplanes are regular occurrences Aviluor'H Message to Dunkirk. now, and not Infrequently aerial A German airman flew over Dunbrcttlos take place between whole kirk in the Christmas week, .but squadrons. I heard this from the dropped no bombs, only peaceful chief of au aeroplane squadron, who Christmas greetings. was, returning from a recounoltering trip His somewhat hazardous flight around Rhelnis. When I met from the German lines was underhim he was traveling in his luxuri- taken at the request of a Prussian ous private limousine which he had Colonel who wanted to know where brought with him Into the field his son, killed at Solssons, was burlMy military motor ed, nnd the, parcel of letters and from Berlin. car had executed a flank attack on cards which the aviator dropped Into on the road embankment with dis tho principal square of the city conastrous results, and the aviator tained a letter asking for this inkindly gave me a lift Into town and formation, ' together with "letters some Interesting information. from several French airmen, pris"We are all eagerly awltlng or- oners In the hands of the Germans. ders for a raid on England," the cup-- 1 The cards wercslgned by the avia tain led off. "Yes, I have flown over tor himself, and bore the convention-- 1 sParl8. Going to Paris is mere chauf- ni greetings ot tne season, togetuer feur's work. The machines of my with a message tliat he had been squadron have covered 15,000 miles led to undertake the mission by bis since the war began. The French admiration for the gallantry of the machines are about twenty miles an captured French airmen. hour faster, than ours; but there Is no advantage in going so fast, for can't make good observations. e. es Q i es straw scattered market. Ho declares on and first class and a hunch of flowers, nnd the surgeon general coaxed him to give the details of the winning of his decorations. Sergeant Luchs and his observer were returning from an aerial when they were overtaken and attacked by a fast French aeroplane. The effectiveness of the French machino gun flro was later shown by seventy holes in the wings of the German aeroplane. For forty-fiv- e minutes the battle in tho air lasted up G.000 feet revolver against machine gun, ending only when Luchs was shot through the lungs and liver. 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Just Published for the 1913-191- Season 4 ''Fights In February 28, 1915. 40 0 f currences now. We attack every chance we get in spite ot the fact that we have only our revolvers auulnst their machine guns which they have mounted ou their planes. We find the best defense the air are regular oc- CASTOR lot Iafut asi SENT FREE UPON REQUEST CUUtm. IA ftftlvVsaaWB J.l.LirriHCOTTCOMrANY WASHINGTON SQ.ird.l7S2 PHILADELPHIA MvffaBBsaW MlLav iSIHl W k the ewi tO tHV ' , T&a KM YnNivc Always Iwehl Bears the Signature 6&tf&5t To Prevent Blood Poisoning jpply at once the wonderful old reliable BR .- - OorlaUtcatuki;uubroryo4 puixliaMj. l'OKTUR,SA.NTlSEPTlCHKAUNC01l,.aur ileal (Iretilue that relieve palu aod bel al Nevv rta$ Setting Kadane Co., Orange, Ms. -c siuie time, Itot o li&lmect, :5c. SOc, II W. If yon wuitancwlngjilnclilre, wrlto lor Ik i at a ! r T Ttr y-- . y H irtford Republican.! all Is i m i i - I !: tinpnlil f 1I1I n i .1 v iom i' mnvtri nmnrntta" tum,,ynnolii a"ctlon n rf nu,)Ilc 'tc Attend arrordlim to Uw it the Poriofflr fnr snl lU uc lnltUlfcr If during the winter you had the grip nnd jrrtort, Kj., rr mull nnttrr ol the Mrowl court house door In Hartford, on still suffering from the after effects, now is the 1m. t Monday, tho first day of February, " time to get rid of it. Pcruna is yotir remedy. It Is now seriously proposed hy Muhlenberg Circuit Court Is In mfl nbout ono 'c,ock ' '" upon Proprietor C. M. HARNETT, Editor & II cretin 01 hix iiioimis, me hjiiuwiiik tho Democratic National AdministraA Very Dad Cotoh. ALLISON DARNETT, Associate Editor A sievero Cat of Grip. t: Session At Greendescribed property, tion to use postofllces through which Mrs. S. J. Kounts, 1015 Bcovel St.. Mr. W. 8. Brown, it. P. 1), 4, rtox 3r "1 A tract of laud lying and being In NnnhMtlp, Tcnn., wrllw: linvo 82, nocersvllle, Tenti., writes: to find employment for the thous5 liml a cry bad cough noarly nil my recommend l'cruna to ull mirforera ot ville. ail coniniun (cations to ands of Jobless men. How much Ohio County, Ky., on tl)o waters of Andrew life. I liuc lul.cn almost every Kind catarrh or couch. In tho year of Kfcfl Hartford Republican. Halls Creek and bounded as follows: better to have the Job hunt tho man. f couch medicine, but tiono did me 1909 I took n sovera cna of th la. On the North by tho lands of Mar-in- n A few years ago, under a different much good. I would bnvo rpclli of grippe. I thon took a bad cotiKh.. Greenville, Ky., Jan. 11. Tho reg ciiiirhltig that I IhoiiRlit I would nvoryliody thought I had consump. system at Washington, before "syco Martin; on the Hast by those of NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS cough myrelf to death. I look tlun. I had taken nil lilmlg of cough logical prosperity" made its advent, ular January term of the Muhlenberg Mrs?. Wellor. the Harwnrd farm: on Robtrrlticra doMrtnir tin paper rrnttu a tc t and winter nnd till winter remedies, but Kot no relief. y the South by those of H. 1). Shronder C6rr mart give the olJ mldrrvt In making the there wero about three Jobs hunting L'lrcuu lourl convened Here cough and I know that I linvo had no "I then decided to try Penmru " ivqnMt. every man. Now, there arc at leui.t j wlln Judge John S. llhea on the!nntl on tho West by those of Alex una cured mo. After tnklnit flvo bottles my cough , Butoftt Locnt nml Kotlcr 10c per Hoe and Ec three men after every job. These bench. I was always thin nnd delicate, atopped and my catarrh wo i,'chlen. Doing the north ono-lia- lf cured. por llaefor enck llil IodkI lnm;ttlen. ery easy to catch cold, but t am well Any one duffcrlnc with catarrh In any The criminal docket was gone In- - 0f the land conveyed to Mary Mltch- upon ObltusrlfK, nreolutlonn iin.l Ciiril of Th it,,tc Job hunters can be depended now and enjojlnp tfnod health. I form I will advln them to toko to do a lot of intelligent voting when to nnd prouamy win occupy tlie cll nnd Jas. B. and H. 1). Schroader pr line, money In ndvamr. foci th.it 1 owe It Ml to 1'crunn." Caarrk N'nthr for erlrc frre, bnt otkr election times come around. !"lost of ,lic week. A number of In- - by J. p. Miller et nl by writing of horch ailTrrtlfUivnte, .V prr lino. jdlctmcnts for banding nnd confed- - (date July :11st, 1S91. The same bc- -, will rewire no uopjinon crating together for tho purposes of jB tho land conveyed to Mary J. llojiort of tho Condition of the ders to the beginning; containing Champ ClatU. a Protectionist. Mention 3 9 'i acres. HninosL'ad, dower, and It really begins to look as though Intimidation are to bo tried, which- jjntchell by deed dated Aug. 19. 1S03, nuro lomiu as a result oi mo nileg- nn,i recorded hi Commissioner's deed courtesy in said land Is surrendered of Intelligence nnd TBX.3FII01TSS. the Cyimtai'.aad ....... .... - 1C3 patriotism in the Democratic party ed "Possum Hunter" outrages, and i)00k "H". page 4 70, Ohio County Dotug business at the town of Hart-- 1 nnd waived. Deeded to George. H. .... CO It is expected that n great number clerk's Olllce, or sufficient thereof to Sullenger by deed dated day ot was working Its way to the surfnee. ford, County of Ohio, State of of others will be returned. February, 1895, by J. W. and Fan-nl- u produco the sums of money ordered Here we find Speaker Champ Clark, Kentucky, at the close of In chnrging the grand Jury Judge to bo made. Proctor and recorded In deed FRIDAY, JANUAItV 15. who came very near going higher up business on 31st day of Rhea said that It was to be regret- - j Ti,0 purchasers-il-l book 17, page 307. A right of way be required to two years ago, quoted in a WashingDecember, 1914. ted that since the last term of court j execute bond with approved security through the said laud having hereton dispatch of January 3 to tho New ANNOUNCEMENTS. a cowardly and unprovoked murder immediately after sale. tofore boon sold to the M. II. & E. York Times as saying: RESOURCES. R. R. Company. This 12th day of January, 1913. Among tho multitudo of signs in- una ueen committed when Henry Loans and Discounts... 75,300.15 ,Wj arc authorized to announce dicating the determination of Ameri- Allen had been taken from his homo ' Executed the wjthln execution by ERNEST E. BIUKHEAD, Overdrafts, secured and JOHN H. THOMAS, of Ohio County, cans to improve their condition nud and hanged. Ho remarked, however, I going on the land hereinafter menMaster Commissioner. unsecured 00 tioned and posting notices thereon a candidate for State Senator, 7th to augment prosperity throughout that that crime was but the InevitIIEAVRIN & KIRK. Attorneys. Stocks, Bonds nnd other able result of the condition of afSenatorial District, composed of the land is the and nlso hy notifying C. B. Sullen- Securities . . . fairs 00 ger, the ngent of the defendant here- -, Ohio, Muhlenberg and Dutler counDON'T nsk us to give jou tho movement. It seems to me a thoughwhich had preceded It and al10,2(15.31 j In, nnd hy levying on the above dc- that was true it was still a $S.OO worth of ware with a MAJES Due from Hanks ties. General primary election Aug. wise and patriotic performance for Cash on hand crime and should be vigorously pros- TIC RANGE after our Demon 7, 1015. 11.S19.35 ;Bcrbed property owned by tho de- an American to use an article "made . .lr.,1 1, fendant, George Sullenger. lfnt n r ,1.1c 0l(JV.Itll UIIUI !lf- - Checks and other cash 113 ,1113 .lii.nlnl nlf... rt in tho U. S. A" where the quality ecuted. HVf.t WI, items He then remarked that Muhlen- piles to demonstration week ONLY JVo are authorized to announce nnd price of the domestic article 15S.29 Term,: G months bond with good Banking House, FurniHON. ALBERT LEACH, of Heaver are approximately the same as of the berg county though rich In mineral h security. January IS to 23 Inclusive. ture and Fixtures . . . 1,000.00 J?am, Ky., a candidate for State Sena- foreign-mad- e This the 4th day of December, 'v E. P. BARNES & BKO article, for It must nev- wealth, was seriously retarded In Its Other Real Estate 00 1914. tor in the 7th Senatorial District Beaver Dam, Ky. er be forgotten that the consumption development by conditions now exHe Other Assets not includcalled on the people of the counties of Ohio, But- of products "made in the U. S. A." isting. S. O. KEOWN. S. O. (1. ed under any of above Republican gives employment to men and women through the grand Jury to assist the ler and Muhlenberg. By S. A. BRATCHER, I) S. Report of the Condition of the In bringing order and peace heads primary election, Aug. 7, 1915. 00 who live in America, and to give court and promised the grand jury that If Sheriffs Sale. BANK OF HARTFORD employment to ull men and women By vlrtuo of an execution Issued Total We are authorized to announce In America who want employment at Indictments were returned into court $104,G09.1O Doing Business in the Town of OTTO C. MARTIN a candidate for a fair wage Is becoming a more press- speedy trials should be had nnd jusfrom the Ohio Circuit Court in the LIABILITIES. Hartford, County of Ohio, Capital Stock paid in, tice meted out. Ho also mentioned suit of Williams Coal Company. the Republican nomination for Cir- ing problem every day. State of Kentucky, at tho in cash $ 25.000.00 Plff., vs. Williams Mines Amueemni cuit Court Clerk at the general pri To advocate the consumption of the most prolific source of crime as Close of Business on tho the Illegal sale of liquor and the Surplus Fund mary election Aug. 7, 1915. 12,500.00 Company, Doft., wherein the plaintiff products "Made in tho U. S. A." Is 31st Day of Dec, Undivided Profits less ex received n Judgment for tho sum of good Protection. To contend that carrying of deadly weapons concealpenses nnd taxes paid 1914. Vfl are authorized to 2,217.31 $352.82, with 05 per cent Interest announce such a policy will give employment I ed and asked the Krand lurv to nav Deposits subject from the 20th day of October, 1914. PAL P. KE0WN a candidate for the to all men and women in America especial attention to them. ' fleppMican The grand jury as impaneled is CAPITAL STOCK, SURPLUS AM) to check ....$43,574.13 and the further sum of $7.80 cost, omf nation for Circuit who want emploj-jnen- t at a fair wage as" DOIBLK LIABILITY" !JI 00,0(10.00 Demand CertifijDouri CletU of Ohio County, General fv.'lows: J. S. Depoyster, forewhich the Plaintiff was ndJudgM as Js precisely what all piCtectlonlstscates of DeposIts costs, I, or ono of my deputies, man; S. 0. Mitchell, Oscar Craig, G. primary election August 7, r. RESOURCES. it contend and strlT0 will offer at public sale at the court -W. Harbin. J. j". Padgett, C. G. New-mar- l, 00 moves. Nothing was heard about house door in Hartford, Ky., on MonH. A. Wallace, .n- - A- - Dennis, Loans and Discounts. . .$191,233.05 Time Deposits $1S.S17.6G in U. S. A." doctrine at S. B. Alien, J. R. DeCoufSb- - H- - " Overdrafts, secured and Certified Checks day, Feb. 1, 1915. about ono o'clock 00 foreign advice the "Made Almost any sort of unsecured 1.2 p. m. tho following property to sat Cashier's Checks the Baltimore convention. No Dem- Wiggins and J. II. Klmmell, 1b apt to get us in bad these days. Stocks, Bonds nnd other outstanding . . ' ocrat raised his voice for the employ00 C2.391.79 isfy said Judgment, Interest and cost 0,300.00 Duo Banks and Trust rtpcuritles of American men and women, herein: Report of the Condition of Tho are proving just ment The Filipinos 2i,l09.0G Companies A certain building known as tho Due from flunKs at a fair wage when the Underwood 00 nbout as capable of 10.975.4-Free-Trad- e Votes and Bills Rcdls- skating rink, owned by the Williams Tariff bill was in pro- MCHENRY DEPOSIT BANK Cash on hand a the Mexicans. cess of enactment. But "better late Doing business at the town of Me, Checks and other cash 00 Mines AmiiRcmnt Co., and located in counied . . i , i . i i i than never." The country lias had "l.l01.99 Unpaid Dividends 1 Henry, County of Ohio, State of Items 2,500.00 Wllllums Mines, Ky., and on the Toadstools are often mistaken for a dose and a lesson. Democrats pf Banking House, Furni00 land of tho Williams Coal Co., on tile Reserve fur tttxGs Kentucky, at the close of mushrooms, just as gall Is frequentthe Champ Clark and Norman E. 00 North sldo ot tho spur of the rail4,000.00 Bllis Payable ture and Fixtures . . . business on 31st d'ay ly mistaken for genius. Mack type are Increasing in numroad track, running from the main 00 Other Liabilities not InOther Real Estate . Of Dec, 1914. --tgJrA bers. The outlook for a revival of line of tho I. C. It. R. to the Williams, Other Assets not includcluded under any of Towns that insist upon nestling Protection and prosperity, grows,. ' ed under any of above above heads 00 Mines tipple. RESOURCES. on the Mexican border are at least, brighter every day. Levied on as the property of the ,i" heads 00 $29,235.75 Loans and Discounts guilty of contributory negligence. Total $104,G09.10 Williams Mines Amusemnt Co. and Overdrafts, secured . Terms G months with approved Protection Now and Hereafter. $235,947.31 STATE OF KENTUCKY) Total 474.85 unsecured A protective tariff has made Ger., Referring to Norman E. Mack's Stocks, Bonds and other bond. LIABILITIES. )Sct. many the most powerful and most plea for Protection to help to attain This December 3. 1914. ', ) County of Ohio 200.00 Capital Stock paid in. resourceful of all the European Industrial independence, as well as Securities fl. O. KEOWN, S. Q C. $ 40,000.00 In cash We, Alvin Rowe, Vice President, 00 Due from Banks countries. ' for two or to insure employment By S. A. HRATOHEHv . S. 20,000.00 and J. C. Riley, Cashier of the above 4, 32G.8C Surplus Fund Cash on hand three idle worklngmen, the Syracuse Checks and other cash Undivided Profits less exnamed Bank, do solemnly swear that seeking a Congress seems to be I'rrald says. penses and taxes paid 162.G1 the above is true to the best of our 00 items Measure of economy that will not Of what avail would It be to in- Banking House, Deposits subject knowledge and belief. Furniture any Individual affect jthe district of crease the Tariff on manufactured $79.2G1.75 ALVIN ROWE. Vice Pres. 5,354.13 to check and Fixtures congressman. commodities, when thero is not the Other Real Estate J. C. RILEY. Cashier. 00 Demand Certifiin slightest danger of an invasion of 00 cates of Deposit Subscribed and sworn to beforo me 1 The post masters who are expected the American' market with foreign Other Assets not Included Time Deposthis Gth day of January, 1915. under any of above to find Jobs for all the unemployed fabrics, and would not be even If our $94,874.95 R. R. RILEY, Notary Public. 00 its heads should not throw up their hands too whole Tariff barrier should be sudSTOP AT THE 00 Certified Checks My Commission Expires January not the President annoon. Has denly demolished? France, England, Cashier's checks 22, 191S. Total $39,591.59 that prosperity is just Germany, Austria and Russia are nounced outstanding.. 00 174,130.70 Correct Attest: LIABILITIES. around the corner? more than they Capital buying from us far Due Bankks and Trust Stock paid In, in J. 0. RILEY, are selling us. Companies 00 Cash $15,000.00 McAdoo is back from Ernest woodward, But there has been an invasion of d 1,200.00 Notes and Bills alvin rowe. the West and he also announces a the American market with foreign Surplus Fund 00 Undivided Profits, less exprosperity wave coming from that Directors. in spite of war conditions. 1.G48.00 penses and taxes paid 3G5.43 Unpaid Dividends direction. Here's hoping the one fabrics Official statistics show the invasion Deposits 00 Reserve for taxes PEOPLE WHO KNOW are going subject FRANK ECKEtiT, Prop. from the East and the one from the of $88,000,000 more of foreign com- to check 00 to buy a MAJESTjIC RANGE during Bills Payable West meet In this vicinity. ....$12, 51 S. 25 II. II. ECKERT, Atur. petitive merchandise, notably of tex- Demand CertifiOther Liabilities not Inour DEMONSTRATION week. You prosperity banquets, held in tiles, In the 10 months ending Octo- cates of Deposit Those cluded under any of would too If you KNEW. Read our 00 $1 Up, European Plan November and December 1914, must ber 31, 1914, than In tho correspond- Time Deposits $ 7,113.05 00 big ad. In this paper. above heads have been premature. , It has only ing 10 months of 1913, under a Pro- Certified Checks E. P. BARNES A BitO., 00 been a few days since Secretary Red-flel- d tective Taritf. Mr. Mack, as a Demo- Cashier's checks Total ...$235,947.31 BeaVer bain, Ky. gave out a new promise, say- crat, is aware of the facts of unem- outstanding .. . 43.81 19, G75.ll ployment growing out of the invaing, "prosperity was within our Hlm-lffSTATE OF KENTUCKY) Due Banks and Trust Hale. sion of foreign goods by permission grasp." )Sct. By virtue of ah execution Issued Companies 351.05 Tariff. of the Underwood Free-Trad- e ) County of Ohio from the Ohio Circuit Court In the Notes and Bills Redls- If the eighty Democrats who have He would like to stop that invasion We, J. W. Ford and C. O. Hunter, JM'il of black & BIrkhead, Plff., vs. counted 3,000.00 plead guilty to election frauds at and to so revise tho Tariff upward Unpaid Dividends 00 President and Cashier of the above George Sullenger and 0. B. Sullen-tfr- h Indianapolis are scut to the peniten- as to establish and maintain sup- Reserve for taxes Dftfts.. wherein plaintiff was 00 named. Bank.do solemnly swear that tiary, it will make some change In plies of articles for which we have Bills Payable , 00 the above statement is true to tho KiVen a Judgment for $G5 with the vote over thero nt the next elec- hitherto been dependent upon for- Other Liabilities not Inbeat of our knowledge and belief. at G per cent from the 27 day tion, besides the chance for a fair eigners. Probably, too, he sees, what b't December, 1912 and tho further J. W. FORD. President. cluded under any ot does not, Herald tho Syracuse election. C. O. HUNTER, Cashier. sum of $8.90 costs, I or one of my 00 above heads that when the war is over and EuSubscribed and sworn to before deputies, will offer for salo at the The new war tax, or more properly ropean industrial production returns court house door in Hartford, Ky., Total $39,591,69 me this 5th day of January, 1915. 9Mking, the emergency tax to take to a normal basis, we shall more My Commission expires February on Monday, February 1, 1915, about 44e place of a protective tariff, hit than ever need a thoroughly Protec- STATE OF KENTUCKY) 11, 1918. one o'clock p. m. the following de )Sc(. tie hard a few days ago. Ever pay tive Tariff. MARGARET MARKS, 8crlbwd property, or so much there) Couuty of Ohio' 4mj of it? If you have, we know Notary Public of as Is necessary to cover plaintiff's .We, J, S. Smith and L. C. Brown, Just how bad you want to vote in Mr. L. F. Turner has sold a lot Correct Attest: debt, llttercs't a'hd 'C0s"t:: another presidential election. containing 7 acres in East Hartford President and Cashier of tlie above X 'p'Urc'el of land situated on J. C. THOMAS, Batted ty'Nk, do solemnly swear that the to Mrs. Maggie Xing. R, B. LEE SIMMERMAN, wafers of 'Rough Creek, In Ohio the labAye statement is true to ,the Some Louisville newspaper innoROWAN HOLBKOOK, best of ?r knowledge and belief. cently announced that the postofllces '"vltes consumption. The horse Is A TOXA0 ,lfp.DKK. fi Directors, allotment 'W 'Wnd between mere to be used as a part of a govPresident. : . and 'Fanh'lo Duke In the Ohld fast,d'0U8 nlnal, who shows by his - X.. C. BROWJJ. Cashier. ernment employment bureau. In a The Texaa. Wonder euros kidney an Correct-r-Atte- st: Circuit Court, and bounded as fol- - j form a Proper appreciation of ca'ro. ' few hours the Louisville postmaster bladder. trpuble, dissolves gravel, IMPROVED YELLOW PRYOR. lows: Beginning at three beeches, youf hay, feed and grain should bo SubMrifced-aasworn to before mo threw up his hands and called for cures diabetes, weak tnfj jjme backs, ' oore clerk force with which to rheumatism', and all (regularities of this 9th, day Of January, 1915. Tobacco Seetl for sale. .The vari- M. A. Combs' corner on Hough creek; up to the standard ot quality. Good thence with her lino 'north 220 A. M, 8MTTII, Notary Public, :. ," kandle tho many applications which tho kidneys and bladder In both men ety that biougjtt top prices on Ixose to a stone and walnut; theucb soutJi thl"g8 ro en8Urcd to thos8 who deftl My Commission Expires January cane pouring In, both In person and and women. Regulates bladder trouI,eaf 'floor tobacco from, these 85 connned t0 east 40 poles to a stone and Wlth U8, 0ur stock bles In children .If not sold by your 30, 1916. by letter. Seed made 011 4 acres, 0IOO pounds. sugar tree; then'co south '8G'eas't 214 tle t0P Krade, while our prices are druggist, will send by mail on re M Master Cottw4slunr'N Hale, Senator Camden declares himself ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle Is :Wo ter ounce, or 4 ounces for $1.00. poles to u hickory; thence south 18 grounders. Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. east 5G poles to a beech, ash and out of the race for Governor this two months' treatment, and seldom Address year. When a big fish like this falls to perfect a cure. Send for tes- Lola Phaup &c, Plaintiff, white oak on u rocky branch: thence TIIIXTON & RL'KSKLL, vs. north 85 west 1G5 poles to a beech ; uhles at the chuuee, It Is tlniefor timonials from this and other states. MACKO, and gum oh tlie bank of Rough creek; The Produce Merchant a lot of minnows to get under the Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 OUvo Streot. St. Georgia Johnson &c, Defendant By virtue of a- Judgment of sale 27t(j 1MVIKSB CO.', KY. thence up said creek with lis mean- - HAItTFORD, . rocks. The Senntor knows that the 'Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists 30ty KENTUCKY,. Governorship, through a Democratic nomination, at this time. SS the Kentucky jpBSIJII HUNTERS fHf ff 'nf tho Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at tho October term, 1914, In the ' i A Grip Left Me With a Cough nrcj -- j a, ln-- I to-da- -- i I ( ' j sub-stratu- CITIZENS BANK 1 I - ." B,j ...... coin-pris- ed - JtiCom - i .... .m -- .... y -- When Louisville Son-in-la- w Rcdis-counte- -- .... - 5th Avenue Hotel A Choice Morsel ,f fp J.:S.-SMITJ- 7, '' , W. E. ELLIS - I f , Are You Attending? you are losing. Our Big Kum Down Sale is now in full blast. We are dispensing to the public some very Special Bargains. Only a few days remain. Many goods on the market are advancing. Our prices are now below the marr ket price. Be wise, take advantage of this sale, and reIf you are not, EDUCATION consists of knowing things KNOWING how a rango Is made Inside and outside. CALL at lour store during our SPECIAL MA JESTIC RANGE DEMONSTRATION week of Jan. 18 to 23 Inclusive. E. P. BARNES & BRO., Beaver Dam, Ky. Mr. W. E. Smith, Kcpton, Ky., who Is a brother of County Attorney C. E. Smith, lost his dwelling by flro one day last week. Tho house wbb GREAT EARTHQUAKE KILLS THOUSANDS BIG Italy Visited By The Worst Dis- VALUE IS WHAT WE GIVE NOW rmr mmmKm j;ir. ' .j i na;rs''S'i-.- ' r k0' m turbance In 100 Years. member that IT PAYS TO YOU " . TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT MONEY. SAVES ' JgaQ Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JANUARY 15. M. II. & K. HAII.ROAD TIMK T.V W MLR AT HARTFORD, KY. The McIIenry Deposit Bank In a statement of its condition published in tills Issue, shows a splendid condition for that growing institution. The lecture at College Hall last Monday night by William H. Stout, for tho Lyceum Course, was splendid in thought and highly Instructive ' South Bound. No. IIS due at Hartford 9:20 a. North Bound. ra. No. 114 due at Hurt f on anil Hartford 2:20 p. m. Inlngton Accom-- w mentation. Arrive Lavc. throughout. See the first basket ball game of the present season at Bean's rink tonight. Fordsvllle s. Hartford. Good clean game assured, Gamo stores at eight. Adllilsfcluu'ifie; Call at Foreman's barber shop, Taylor's old stand, for good service, shaving, hnir cutting, shampooing uud baths. Childrens' hair bobbing, No.lll.J:40p.m. No.112. .2:0r.p.m. In effect Jan. 4, 1915. II. K. .MlrtCHKi:, At. A. D. Kirk was in A Itock-port Attorney - Tuesday. electric cialties. and hand massaging spe- 2Gt4 Jt4. For Sale good milch Cow Tuesday for Louisville. J. WALTER ALLBN. Ht our store, Tuesday, botween 3 Mr. McIIenry Holbrook returned and 3 p. in. That's jour time. See our ad. in this paper. to Chicago Sunday. E. I'. BARNES & 11RO., Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Logan left Beaver Dam, Ky. est bank In Ohio county. Safe con servative business methods has always been Its motto. Its published statement In this Issue shows a steady Tho Bank of HaTtfordTs tho old CHILDREN', wo will look for you fc h returned Mrs. fc.Wayne Griffin from Loulsvlllo Tuesday. Mr. JessTTJyors. "Frleda'land, was here on business Tuesday. Elder Gwlnn left the first of the week for a trip to Georgia. ,Mr. Thos. Greer," BedaT called io Beg us while In town yesterday. Miss Marlam Holbrook returned to 'tier school at Shelbyvllle Sunday. Mrs. E. B. Birkhead returned from a short visit to Owensboro Tuesday., Mr. W,DTSmTtnTHartrord No. B, called' to see us while In town Tue- growth In every way. PARENTS, "doiTtTet' tho children overlook the Children's Day PropoI( sition wo make In our large Demonstration ad. In this paper. E. P. BARNES & BRO., Beaver Dam, Ky. Anyone contemplating In falling1 a pressure lank In residence or' office for cold or hot water, will do sday. well to see J. A. Duko and W. J. Invitations nre out fora dance to Bean, the Plumbers and Steam Fitbe given at Maddox Hall in McIIenry ters, Hartford Ky., before making several weeks been III of. typhoid, is thought to be slowly frnproylng. The statement of the Citizens' Bank of Hartford, is printed In this " issue to correct an error In a former edition. A flnelot of Red Top Grass Seed (or sale. Call on or address, ' HIRAM MILLER, Beayer'Dam, Ky. 27tf Mr. Will Schlemmer was called to Canneltoa, Jnd., the first of the weelr on the" account of the serious illness of his .mother. Don't forgot . BOYS AmTaiRLS day at MAJESTIC Exhibit. Get our .a freer souvenir and special prize. Read our ad- - in this paper: E.P.' BARNES & BRO., :x .. Beaver Dam, Ky. t "V w tonight, arrangements. Mr. Jesse Schroeter, who has for HOUSEHOLD main-sprin- g 2614 ECONOMY the to reduce the high cost of living. Start at the vital point See our ad. In YOUR RANGE. this Issue. E. P. BARNES & BRO., Beaver Dam, Ky. Company will play Gormand-For- d at the Opera House in Hartford 3 ntshts commencing Thursday night January 21. Lena Rivers first night 4 big acts and 3 vaudeville acts. Prices 15 and 25c. Entire change of program each night. SOMETHING FOTTNOTHINa IS WORTH WHILE $8.00 worth of ware for nothing Is worth your time Seo our big ad, In to Investigate. this paper. E. P. BARNES & BRO,, Beaver Dam, Ky, Just completed and was an entire London, Jan. 14 (4:05 a. m.) loss together with the contents. Wo Ono thousand persons were killed undfTofn'' Mr. Smith had no insurnnd 500 Injured by the earthqunke ance which completely destroyed the small Don't fall lu oee viias. Fluke, the town of Alelll, to the cast of Rome, Vnnlfnn ..,.,, ..V Prnnmnllnfl 111 liltpll ntlil according to n dispatch to tho Ex...... ... V w....i.u.ua., Mag-llan- o wing specialties. See Ford and change Telegraph company. nIno was destroyed, Flako In their double tango specialty. In the lie sure and heor Mildred Ford sing province of Aqulla forty persons were that song, that comedy song, entitled killed. "He's A Devil." At Bean's Opera Home, Jan. 13. Italy again has House, Jan. 21, 22 and 23. been visited by an earthquake of Be suro and see Mildred Ford, wldo extent which, nccordlng to latthat entrancing little dancer, lu her est advices resulted In the death of specialty. Dressed In a 12,000 persons, and Western the Injury posbuckskin riding habit she will sing sibly of 20,000 more In tho destroyed that Western song "A Cowboy Girl." towns and villages: At Dr. Bean's Opera House, Hartford, The shock was the strongest Rome Thursday, Friday and Saturday has felt lu more than 100 years. nights, January 21, 22 and 23. Tho town of Avezzano, lu the department, Blxty-thre- o miles The baski't ball teams of Fordsvllle and Hartford will meet at Dr. Bean's east of Rome, has been levelled to itt eight o'clock. This the ground. Here 8,000 persons are Kink will be the first game local enthusi- reported killed. In many small towns surrounding asts Imve been enabled to see this season and a good crowd should turn Rome buildings are partially wreckout. Tho game will bo hard fought ed, while at Naples a panic occurred as both teams are anxious to win, and houses fell at Casserta, a short Hartford being especially anxious to distance to the cast. From Naples In the south to Fer-rer- a lake the opener. Fordsvllle teams In the north, a distance of more have played here before and are very popular with Hartford funs, tills be- than 300 miles, across almost the ing caused by their manly and sports- whole width of tcli country, the movement continued for a manlike conduct. considerable period. Sheriff S. O. Keown returned from In Rome It was thought at first Arkansas Wednesday night where he two shocks occurred, but the had gone with a requisition from the Instruments showed only Governor of Kentucky for the arrest one, beginning 7:55 a. m. and lastof Whalen King, wanted here for de- ing from twenty to thirty seconds. serting his wife whom he had marriIn the capital Itself, so far as ed to escape prosecution for seducKing known, no lives wer lost, but a great tion. Sheriff Keown arrested deal of damage was done, churches at Tyronza, Ark., nnd took him to and statues ufferlng the most. For Hayes of Little Rock, where Gov. a time the people were fear stricken, that State at once honored the re- and there was a veritable 'panic in McCreary. quisition of Governor the hospitals, monasteries and con King was lodged in jail, but will vents. give bond. probably bo able to Owing to the wide extent of the m disturbance, Its evident terrible conThe Women of France. sequences and the actual effects of I am coming home for the winter, tne eartnquaKe aro not at present and will be In Boston almost as soon known, ownig to the cutting off of as this letter. My experiences In the communications. French army convince mo that the French have left nothing to chance. A. S. of E. Speaking. They are the best prepared of all National President Crist of tho A. the nations of Europe, not even ex- S. of E., will speak at the court cepting the Germans. Take the so- bouse lu Hartford next Tuesday, Jan. ciety called Lcs Fein in es do France 19th attone o'clock p. m. Everythe women of France. It probab- body Invited and urged to attend. ly numbers fifteen million members, At tlit1 same time the question of sethat Is, every female in the Repub- curing a county farm demonstrator years of will be taken up. lic, from five to ninety-fiv- e age. This wonderful organization President Crist will also speak at of all the females of a race Is, I be- the following places in Ohio county: lieve, not equalled even by the orDundee, Wed. 20th, 1 p. m. ganization of tho Kaiser's army. Narrows, Thurs., 21st, 10 a. m. From the nobility of France to the Buford, Fri., 22d, 1 p. m. poorest seamstress In a garret every Ccntertown, Sat. 23d, 1 p. m. female of France Is todu)' giving money, work, clothing, food, brains, New Term Opens, to help tho Injured of their army. term of Hartford Tho I think they will effect enough of College opened January 11, 1915. extra cures to put a new army In Rev. Ray, of Peunslyvanla, was tho field of men who In other wars present, conducted devotional exerwould have died, to equal the army cises and addressed the student of Kitchener or all the reserves of body, tho Emperor William. Dr. Ford and Mr. Henry Carson, There Is not a railway station nor of the Board of Education, each crossroad whero a train stops but has made remarks of encouragement of Les Femmes de and expressed their satisfaction at a committee attendance of the France. These women wait on the the Increasing sometimes take school. Tho new pupils were asbadly wounded, them off the trains to their houses sured of tho hearty cordiality and of the faculty and clt-ieor to local hospitals. They give cofof the town and invited to visfee, bread and delicacies to tho brave, suffering fellows from the it tho homes, churches and Sunday Even plain housewives who Schools. front. Mr. Byars, of Olaton, a patron, havo never seen a wounded man before will lift a stretcher and soothe was a welcome visitor. Twenty young men and women a shattered man and give him care that would do credit to thp best Red from the rural schools matriculated Cross nurse. I saw forty or fifty of to take teachers' training or consuch women in one long splendid tinue high school. Others will envigil look out for the needs of twelve ter as their schools close. On Tuesday morning Mr. Wm. H. thousand of the wounded from the battle field near Rhelms. "Here and Stout of Indianapolis who lectured France," tho previous evning at the audiThere In Battle-Scarre- d MacQueen, in National Maga- torium, visited the school and gave Peter a very pleasing address. This was zine for January. --. much appreciated both by tho faculty and students. Pecans in Kentucky. Following are tho matriculates Here and there over the State will this week: Misses Irene Ward, Con- be found an individual tree bearing nye Ralph, No Creek; Hazel Jones, nuts plcutfQusly each year. The soil Elizabeth Jones, Concord; Clime in the State seems well adapted to Felix, Hartford; Mae Allen, Cromthis as to all nuts, but, unfortunate- well; Pearl Brown, McHenry; Mae ly, the farmers do not realize their Mlnton, Hartopportunities Jn this prolific nut. Byars, Olaton; Nannie Lauterwasser, Minnie enough ford R. 3; Every farm should have trees R. 1. Messrs. Authur Mlnto give nuts for family use at least. Hartford Hager-niai- i. part ton. Walker Calter, Lesllo In the southern and western Dukehurst; Clyde Ralph, No of the State along the Ohio River Tlchenor, Beda; Ray ther are forests of pecans that bear Creek; Auburn Legrand, Olaton, ErnSanders, Noah every year. The nuts are gathered Wilson, Prentls; Anthony Daniel. by the farmers and Taken to mar- est kets like Henderson, and they And Kebree Woman. Marries Jap. the sale very remunerative. Dealers Ind., Jan. 11. Ben Evansvtlle, in the river towns handle pecans by paper shell pe- Kuroda, a Jap, 28, and Mrs. Lula the ton. Improved cans will grow In Kentucky just as Liggett, 28, of Sebree, Ky., wero well as the native trees and the nur- united In marriage here this afterKuseries over the country are prepared noon by a Justice of the Peace. strong grafted stock to roda is chef In the lunch room of to furnish the Young Men's Christian Assocla- .. our farmers. .... Ab-ruz- zl BIG VALUE FOR LITTLE PRICES IT WILL TAKE ONLY A LITTLE MONEY TO BUY BIG BUNDLES OF THINGS YOU NEED FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY FROM US NOW. WHEN LOWER WE LOWER OUR PRICES WE DO NOT WE SELL THE SAME OUR QUALITY. RIGHT KIND OF MERCHANDISE YOU CAN COUNT ON ALL THE TIME. COME IN AND RIG OUT EUERY MEMBER OF YOUR HOUSEHOLD RIGHT NOW. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED, Hartford, Kentucky. DON'T FORGET TO ATTEND OUR FIRST BIG Semi Annual 3B 1 Sale! to- - mid-wint- er 01 1ST IN! IN O 16th January 8tli, Continuing: Come One, Come All. ns HUB CLOTHING CO., HARTFORD, KY. Mrs. Liggett tion Building here. came here recntly to shop and ate luncheon at the Y. M. C. A., and It was there that she met the Jap. Mrs. Liggett was married 'at that time, but on Wednesday of last week she obtained a divorce from her first husband and it is said she became engaged to Kuroda the day after getting her divorce. Mrs. Kuroda Is a pretty blonde. is on the way right now. He has succeeded in raising 59 tons of tomatoes from an acre of his land. He maintains that he is going to boost the record every year, The New York state tomato specialist came to his task pretty well qualified. He is a soil and produce expert, a graduate from the agricultural college of his university. For years he was employed by a large eastern dairy company dispensing his knowledge to farmers who shied clear of science when applied to teas- Ing more money from the soil In the shape of better and more crops. Tho muck on which the record crops are grown did not seem worthy of consideration at first, But Cockbourne actually fed the. sell, He helped starring nature. Before setting the tomatoes be applied 600 pounds of fertilizer and later scat- -, tered COO pounds more about the tomato p'lants at the time of setting. Cockbourne has had similar success In raising other crops'. He declares that scientific fertilization is tho secret of his record yields. Cornell Man Grown Record Tomato Crop. Why take on the worries and uncertainties of Wall street and frenzied finance. when commonplace, tomatoes bring blushing, luclous woalth, happiness and independence at low cost? That's the profitable philosophy of Frank Cockbourne of Chautauqua county, New York, Cornell graduate, soli lover and record tomato grower. Several years ago Cockbourne gave up an enviable place in the bustling world and bought a commercial small kingdom of bis own Just 80 Cockbourne loved tomatoes acres. and he knew that millions of palates The Itepubliraii and I.oulsWlle Dulwere just like bis. So he set about to make a fortune out of them. He ly Herald one joar for oaly $.'1.00. , ( J., f.l. I It Hcnlly Does Itcllctc Rheumatism. Everybody who is afflicted with Rheumatism In any form should by all means keep a bottle of Sloan's ' Inlment on hand. The minute you feel pain Or" fcoreness In a Joint or muscles, bathe It with Sloan's Lini ment. Do not rub It. Sloan's pone- son and Messrs. Underwood, Sim tratcs almost immediately right to Free-Tramons and the rest of the seat of pain, relieving the hot, statesmen over and over again de- the tender, swollen feeling nnd nuking clared that the Tariff must be low part easy and comfortable. Get a ered to a "competitive" basis. That the bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25c meant a Free Trade basis, and that of any druggist and have it in the 1b exactly how It is working out. Free-TraTariff and house against Colds, Sore and SwolWith the len Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and the British embargo In full combina- Ilka ailments. Your money back if reaption British cloth makers are not satisfied but does give aling a fine harvest, and American Buy n bottle great- most Instant relief. cloth makers find their harvest 3 In another column ly diminished. j large quantities mention is made of SALE IX IUXKUUPTCV. of British cloth sent over to this country to be converted Into overPursuant to an order of sale made coats and uniforms and exported back for service In clothing British on the 26th day of November, 1914, soldiers. These Imports pay a duty by the District Court of the United of only 1 per cent of 35 per cent, the States for the Western District of of the 35 per cent Kentucky, Owensboro Division, the other rate being rebated on account of undersigned, as Trustee of James J. the exportation of the goods In the Bolton, Bankrupt, will on clothing. Monday, February 1, 1015 form of made-u- p of yards of woolen nt the Court House door in Hartford Many mlllons cloth are now being made In Great ICy., at 12 o'clock, noon, proceed to Britain for the American market that sell at public auction to the highest under an adequate Protective Tariff bidder on the terms stated below, yould be reduced by American labor the following real property belongand industry. The wool embargo ing to the estate of said bankrupt: A certain tract of laud lying in prevents our domestic manufacturers from getting the wool supplies, and Ohio county, Kentucky, on the wa the Underwood Free Trade Tariff ters of Rough river, containing 210 does the rest. A clothing manufac- acres, hore or less, and being the turer in New York City makes the same tract of land sold and conveyed to the said James J. Bolton, by D. following statement: "When the Protective Tariff was In L. Sharp and Mona Sharp, his wife, by a deed dated May 31, 1910, and force I bought of imported woolen eloth only 2 per cent of my require- recorded in the office of the Clerk of ments. I have now increased my the Ohio County Court, in Deed Book purchases of English cloth to 25 per 3S at page 290. Terms: cent and would have ordered even Said real property will be sold for more but for uncertainty of delivery d d In three cash, The British cloth makers, having a d months, and in six months. monopoly through the embargo of the wool needed for producing the For the deferred payments the trustee will take bonds with good securkind of cloth used by the American mak- ity, payable to the Trustee, bearing manufacturers, American cloth 6 per cent Interest from date of sale ers, undep the 3.5 per cent duty In can neither until paid, and having the force and the Underwood Tariff, Judgment, with jet the wool nor compete with the effect of a the property as a lien retained on additional English price of cloth." This unfair condition of things", pecurlty. It will be sold free of Hens, hroucnt about by the British wool except for taxes for the year 1915, all valid fimJarOjoftly with the Underwood and proceeds. liens arc transferred to the The sale will be sub Tariff calls for remedy Free-Trad- e ject to tlfe approval of the court. nd redress. The wool embargo, unThe purchaser must be prepared to der ordinary circumstances, would be make the d cash payment and denounced as "unfriendly," if we had execute the deferred purchase money adOther than a spineless national bonds immediately following sale, or ministration. War conditions, how- the property will be resold at once. ever, and the fact that the embargo CEINTRAL TRUST COMPANY OF affects only the enemies of Great OWENSBORO, KY., Trustee. Britain and all neutral countries, limit Vr nnu'AK rt jn rrsVAit m Ant fft ' L,Ver gUtatCH the Body; ,. rl mil.. nrntPst. Pn.!T,' HIiikkWi Liver Needs Caie, ft. there Is another remedy, Someone has said that people with mode of redress, that is entirely ' Chronic Liver Complaint should be practicable. It is to be found in tlio ,shut up away from humanity, for they are pessimists and seo through a "glass darkly." Why? Because mental states depend upon physical states. Hllilousness, Headaches, and Constipation disappear after using Dr. King's New Life Pills. 3 25c at your druggist. de de to-daone-thirone-thirone-thirone-thir- .and Hwlrt. e Combine the Underwood with the nritlsh embargo on exports of wool and you have a condition almost as hard as could be devised aglnst the domestic wool manufacturing Industry. There Is no embargo on the exports of cloth from Great Britain. Quite the reverse. British cloth Is coming Into this market In great quantities; cloth made out of the very wool which, being, embargoed, American manufacturers are not permitted to buy. The low duty rate, 35 per cent., of the Underwood Tariff plays Into the Jhands of the nritlsh manufacturers, jfcst as It was Intended to do. 1, will be rembered lhal President Wil"Remedy Free-Trad- which displaces American labor nnd cuts off American wage paying and wage spending. Then wo should have a full restoration of American restoration, by Joint resolution, of the full Protective duties of the Tarjrhat iff of 1909 on all Impprts. would stop the shipment here of millions of yards of British cloth and all other competitive merchandise, FREE f FREE HOTEL Directory Profeiilonal Coity 0nlo POWMTAN ,WASHJN6101 D.C. EL OF AMERICAN prosperity. Memoirs of Napoleon In Three Volumes bpvnd, In sir tWln tiiebtrt countrymen, i llit. It li tlty whert good hottli tht "-Powhatan bcadi th -J1 cf It wii tut in - This man caused the last general European war. His personal memoirs, written by his secretary, Uaron 13e Meneal, are full of the mo.t absorbing incidents especially in view of the present great European struggle. Jnt a hundred )cnrspj;o, his ambiTfte Towliatan n refinx-l- , ex. elusive, anil restful. Its excel lent location on rennsylvanta Avenue, 18th and II .Streets, makes U a desirable headquarters for bridal couples, tourist parlies, conventions, Schools and colleges. , The PoKhatan attracts the people of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Navy Departments, also to many interest, points of historical makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating pub- Clrcjtlt Court T. P. Olrkhenid, V. Judge; lien U. Illngo, Attorney; P. MIdklff. Jailor; K. CI. Unrrnss, i Clerk; E. E. lilrkhcad, .Master Com missioner; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury I'und; S. O. Koown, Sheriff, Duiiutlci S. A. Ilmtcher: Hartford. offlco deputies Mrs. S. O. Koown nitd .ullmoro Keown. Court coiivciicb first 'Monday In February nnd continues three weeks, third Monday In April, two weeks; third .Monday In October, .two weeks. County Court John ii. Wilson, Judge; W. C. lllnnkenshlp, Clerk; jC. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. uourt convenes rirst .Monday- - In etcii month. i Quarterly Court UiIhd on tho first Monday In every month. Court of Calms Convenes first Tuesday In Jnnuury and first Tuesday lu October. Other County Officers C. 8. Mo- I loy, Survcjor, FoilsIIIe, Ky., It. F. L). Xo. 2; Tom HInes. AsscBsor. Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Sliults, Superln-tenden- t, Hartford; Dr. A. U. Itlley, Coroner, llnrtfort'; T. H. Uenton, Hoad Engineer, Hartrord. JUSTICES' COLItTS. Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will I : PmOtlCA Ilia tirof.alfm lii ilaU and Adjoining counties. CoinnialJ anu ijriminai riocUcu Spocialty. Barnes M-r- Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. s & Smith. W. H. LJ.irti-rtmul C. 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We offer this unetjualed newspaper and THE HAHTKORI) REI'UIJMCAX together for one year for .$1.(15. The regular subscription price of the two papers is $2.00. WOMAN REFUSES Dlz-'ziue- ss OPERATION ft !li' Tells How She Was Saved by Taking Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's Vegetable Compound. Louisville, Ky. women EivJii 1.1 'l " I think if moresuflAtf - Jij jilPinkham's wmmmn iji ll s would take Lydia E. Vegeta- ble Compound they wW WWW EW BrXS- - -W Vfjfllh 7"i u Ji ' VintnM ;r. iSA B By IK' j. tions. I had fainting spells, bloated, end could hardly stand the pain in my left tide. My hiisband insisted that 1 try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound, and I om so thankful I did, for I am now n well woman. I sleep better, do all my housework and take long walks. I pevcr fail to praise Lydiu E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for y good health. "Mrs. J. M. 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Shown, Hartford, Tuesday after 3d .Monday In .March, Tuesday after 3d Monday In Juno, Tuesday after 3d Monday In September, Tuesday after 3d .Monday In December. lic L. A. McDanlcl, Kovkport, Friday The Powhatan offers room after 3d Monday In .March, Friday with detached bath at $1.50, niter 3d Monday In June, Friday 32 00 and up Kooms with pri.00 and up. vate bath, J2.J0. after 3d Monday In Soptember. 'Write for booklet with map, Friday after 3d Monday In December. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday Manager, C after 3d Monday In March,, Wednesday after 3d Monday In June, m mnesuny niter 3d Monday In SepiiiiiiiitllJI'"'"'1112 tember, Wednesday after 2d Monday In Decembi-r- . K. C. Tlchelior. Ccntortown, Saturday after 3rd Monday lu 'each HAVE YOUR SUITS month. Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday after I'd Mouday In March, Tuesday after I'd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3d .Monday In Augu6t, Tuesday after 2d Monday In November. W. S. Dean, WedDundee, Repairing and Dyenesday after the second Monday In March, Wednesday after 3d Monday ing In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday given In Aucust. Wednesday nffnr !rl Mnn. Ladies day In Novombcr. lien F. Rice. Poiilsvllln Tunailnv after 2d Monday In March, Thurs- Hats Cleaned uay auer ju .Monday in May, Thursday after 2d .Monday In August, Repaired. Work called for and" Thursday after 2d Monday In November. Ben W. Tnvlor. Tlnlnti t.Vlrlm. nff- er 2d Monday In March, Friday after -- u .uonuay in .May, Club Friday after 3d $1.00 Monday In August, Friday after 2d Monday In November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. Hartford Pressing Club, Fogle, City Attorney; J. p. Stevens, Marshal: Court convenra Rpcnnn Mnn. GUNTHKR HI.DG.,CENTKU ST. day In each month. city council j. c. Her. Maor; R. HARTFORD, KY. T. Collins, Clerk; J. R. Bean, Treaa- urer. Members of Council J. C. Bennett. Capt. A. D. White, A. E, Pate, J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yclscr W. 11. Gillespie. School YOU man; Trustees J. D. Duke, ChairR. T. Collins. Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. rjbam ii wi M. E. Church, South Services morning and evening even) rirst and Treatment third Sunday In each month. SunBSSSSL'ssW school for WEAK day every S):5 a. m. Praer meeting Wednesday evening. Rev. D. W. Napier, pastor. LUNGS or BalltlSt ChUrell Son Iron mnrnln. CONSUMPTION and evening every second and fourth Sunday lu each If you mention this pajer we will send you 0M3 a. m. Prayermonth. Sunday school meeting every Wed a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for ncsday evening. Rev. A. S. Pettlo, feeling, coughs, pains pastor. that tired, in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak Christian Church Scr ices every lungs or consumption. third and fourth Sunday at 11 a. in. OHIO MEDICAL CO. "BSfflL"!! ami 7 p. m. Sunday school 0:00 u. in. Eldei Gwlnn, pastor. SECRET SOCIETIES. in asiiiiin n. Hartrord Lodgo No. C75, F. and A. W M. meets every first Monday night In each month. W. S. Stevens, M.; Owon Hunter, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. M O. B. S. meets overy second anil fourth Monday evenings, Mrs. J. H. Williams. W. M.; Jas. 11. Williams, W. P-- ; Succeed when everythiue else fails. .Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. In oervous prostration and female Rough River Lodgo No. lit) Knight weaknesses they are the supreme of Pythias meets every Tuesday evenremedy, as thousands have testified. ing. Jno. W. Taylor. O. C; W. It. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Hedrlck, K. of R. & S. Hartford Tent No. 99. K. n. t. t. STOMACH TROUBLE meets every first and tnlrd Thursday It la the best medicine ever old niguts. it. T. uoiiins, Commander; over a druggist's counter. E. P. Moore. RecoiVI Kocper. Acmo Lodco No. a:i9 i. n o c moets t f j t uay every second and fourth FrU nignts in eacti month. C. M. Harnett, Noble Qratid; W. R. Hedrick, Secretary. Hartrord Camp No. 202 o. W. meats every second and fotit'th nights lu each month. Tom pROCUHCOANDDtFCriDtO..ffn,,1J. report. I ori3'ifc'',-a,Prrlrawl-it- t Williams, Council Co.aniandPr; W. C. aenii ) re aJiicv, bow to otUlr palcrila, trade tnaAs, Wallace, Clerk. coprngua, cio, N ALL COUNTBIE. Sunshine IIIvo No. 12, L. O. T. M Siulmtu Jirrctv.Uk WatklnglOH taltl (imt. a it a ojitn intpairni. moJtry moets every first and third Friday PiUat and lafrlnpnunt Praetlci Exclusivity. nights In each month. Mrs. Atto Writ or coma to ua at lit BlaHfe m, raaar Jall Itatao Mat Me. I Griffin, I.ady Commander; Mrs, II. E. Mischke, Lady Record Keeper. WtlNQTON. D.C. Koj stone Chapter No. 110, R. A. M meets every thiiU Saturday night in each month. John T, Moore High Priest; W. S. TInsley, Secretary. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. State OHIcers President, J. H. Princeton, Ky.; Vice President, J, H. Burney, Muhlenberg Co.; Secretary & Troon.. S fl nnliopftinii Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer. T. H. Bal- SUCCMi I MXKMT3 SHM main, nariioru, ivy. SPJCCIAL-orrCMembers State Executive Doard 'i. SO - -- :.t aa kw wm vwaaj JSw. So Ben Watson. Webster countv T v. mtm torn orw sxraatwal cuatomar. Dunn, Daviess county; Hcinry Plrtle, ! unio county; a. i. itay, uarain county: C. Q. Davennortt. Warrnn cenuitv. SDAsUMTICI: T FLatAOC Ohio County Ofricers S. L. Stevt4y;-Mrtiothh Writ ens, President; Henry Plrtle, Secretary; S. E. Bonnett. Treasurer. tO COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. SEND ataia CENTS , aM i 1 cTc I ' a4 iwns sola m Oana Shults, Chairman, Hartford, l auiwaiiaa "'a swh") .siwywtalutls j Ky. V S&fSfStii to KaS ariSU ilT,lajBBa, l."i. 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsvllle, ICy. 3. Ira Bozartb, Olaton, Ky, 4. H. O. Autry, Dalzeto-- n, Ky. 5. E. Q. Austin, Prentiss. 6. Ji L. Brown, Rockport, Ky. ARTHUR D. KIRK Attorney at Law HARTFORD, ASSOCIATED WITH - KY. - M. L. HEAVRIN- This office Is cuuipped for handling Commercial Law and Colloctiots Items as well as other legal and litigated matters. Practice In all thn courts. Prompt and vigorous service. M. L. Hcavrlirs Offlco. OTTO (J. MVnTl.V r T. WAIIKSTIIVTTtlN ? Cromrll. Kr llnrtfuril K). STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice Uiolr profession in this-an- Cleaned I Pressed neatly done. work special attention. and djolnlng counties. Collections, Commercial and Criminal Practice e. Specialty. Prompt and vigorous service- - Notary In office. I I AM PREPARED delivered. month. rate per To do any kind of Veterina ry work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. W. H. Veterinary Surgeon RILEY Ky. Hartford, WILL TAKE OUR Collier's The National i sjlf B Weekly Firt Time assssssHrT -- T m.mst run-dow- n in ii FREE S? lt Watly Club A Cettitr's has bttn sold at $5.50. Notv the ptice is $2.50 Until thii jear K i andtchaecurcd.' , at a still furilicr reduction it, connection with this publication. a concession hereby we camotfrr if J Special Offer to Our Readers k. Oe csric? 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ALCOHOL 3 pruit' The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature A AfcfclaWeiWrstlnnr. si'ai'nSilicfbodanilRcijA IngJIicSKMWchsnndBowdj lm J i l iwrsmmmm nil PlromolcsDigeslionCkfrW ncss and Resirnnl.ilnnriiivr OpiimuMorphinc norMincraL HOT NA11C OTIC. a..aaSBBBSS eatBtaBtsasi of xr In jlbiSmiuf JkMtSJ!i- jtoutStri MrnW- - JUfiuSnJ' tew . Aperfect Remedy forConsfyi- i ion . sour oionixn.uiamwa Worms ,Cbnvu!$ions.Fcvrrish fr aI Use For Over iwssandLossoFSmr. FacS'unk Signaraitpf NEW YORK. Thirty Years Lttndtrlnel CASTORIA TNI tCNTtUH COMNMT, NtW TCIIe. CITY. Exact Copy of Wrapper. Starck Pianos iaAdvanea tloa. Guar I bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbvw No Hoier Satiafao aateed LowewtNet Prices Baa ieet Tar ma A Fa at ory 4aaVaaSE99B9nESVA7JBaBaaaf Saving oi sino to P. A. STARCK Kcaiocnr 30-DAY- S200FacFrom tory Direct we wtll ship you a beautiful Starck riano for 30 frro trial. In your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that dais will play upon, use you and test this piano for 30 daya. If, at the and of that time, you do not find It the highest grado, sweetest toned .and tlnest piano In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are at perfect liberty to send It back, and we will. In that event, ray the frolcht both wilt. This Starck Plana mint m.ikn trnn.1 with von. or there Is no sale. S' FREE TRIAL Easy '& il..... .fSvSSaaaaal ftymits money, Stvi $110.00 r Mir. We ship direct to you from otir factory, at Drictl that uve rou unvard of S11U.00 In tha cot of your pUno. wr guarantee to furnUui you a ocuer piano ior tae money tlun you can secure elsewhere. Vou are assured of rroMtinir, taio. satisfactory sweet toned durable Men grade Ton pay no rath down, but after SO daya of trial, you can begin payment on the low-es- t, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These term are arranged to iult your conrenlence. and it Is possible for you to buy a piano for your home, without of It our It years of plana esperlenee, and the rcpo fatten of aa responsible piano bouse. ftursntccd for 15 years, IMa gaarsntee kas bsek Every Starck PUno to r mltstrs thi 10 Frit Musi i. We hare constantly on hand a tare number of lightly qeed and second band pisnc of aH standard makes taken In for new Starck Pianoa Ths follow, and Plarer-PUaolac srt a tew samp! bargains! 2i4-Ra- hrnlM Lissom Weber Steinway ChickeTiag Kimball 1110.00 82.00 90.00 Starck Player-rUnare tha beat sort most beautt. fut Player Pianos on tat market. You will be do Vchted with the many feature ot these Wonderful Instruments, and wilt be pleased with the sery low price at which they can be secured, e) MaytrMMti , viaTwft To eery purcfaawr of Starck Plinoa, we give free iniulo lessons,' In ooe of the best known school in Chicago. Thee kwms you ran tike In your own home, by malL This represent oca year's tree instruction. Starck Send for our second-han- 95.00 195.00 litest complete bargain list. PliRt Send beautifully Illustrated plana hook which gire you a Urge amount of information regarding pianos. This book will interest and please you. Write today. ink Frii today for our new P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1848 Starck B1U CHICAGO I 'jt. bbbbT -- " iLk... .raXTBawttKaKaaBW BlaaHBttaias.VmSapWIr . A Fare DAILY fc,S(UFFALO WT;i JTVai " (leveland ,rVag3iCri BETWEEN 3 22 wl2M mmw::z- hi",iZi tKVIitlMb,. trra. Daily-CLEVEL- aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaTT ClJaaaWr?at.v, THs -t , jlH cheat c::: . (jitijr In ro- urgr I il.il n.onut i inUali.Urallio wuru. inr-K- M..n'iSrnt St.am.r. "SEEAKO." AND and BULO-M- ay "Orf;' " " B-- "" nuoDeC.t THE CLEVELAND & DUFFALO TRANSIT CO, Cl.v.Und. O. 3s: . "aii ijjjnjra ' Wti OVER es YCARS EXPERIENCE Buckbee's "Full ot Life" Northern Crossa Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation ot S years at successful seed crowing behind them, it pay ae aUnt the best, seasonable Specialties- Earliest Red Vslentine . . fjjoRushet . . J 3 Bushel Refugee Eatra Early New Stringle Grew Pod . ij 70 Bushel Wardwell'e Imp. Kidney Was 4.J0 Bushel Davis New While Was . . 475 Bushel Carrie's Rust iToof Was . fc y Bushel $) 50 Bushel Extra Early Alaska , , 1 so Bushel New Early Cradus .-- . . Hnrtfaf-iMarket Harden Is so Bushel Bushel Buckbee's Lightning Express Lsjttvca, asel.ia, .Testate and a full lineal sseds, Plants and Bulb at lowest growing rtcea. Send lor complete catalogue or submit a list at ' tour requirements and will quote prices, Buy direcH from the grower Save Mossy. Writ today. Mention (his paper, SEEDS BBAN8 PQAV Hit emlnn i probsblf psiViJiWetaPonimunlCA. Liana Ktrietif oonlldailll .w iwnwwvn v . .soul Ire. Oldest aiieucr for aecurina; (jo. rscoiTt l'aleuta taken llirouau Munn Jkl tnatutiC4. without description AraoBSisnOUuasketrh and fret W nlilftldla m JWIWn Trade Marks TMaiaNi CoVIOHTl AC. mar sSttltifwC MllCltle , aWaaOtaiSC. H.W.BUCKBEC asitlirt flrd rasas, UMw&k -- . la In almost any other state, for tho production ot liquor has been a leading Industry, Not only tho men who sell and buy whisky, but tho men who manufacture it, will face new conditions. Thcso latter will be obliged to seek new methods of making a living. Few people ever thought the tlmo gravest character. would come when tho Kentucky llecent publication of diplomatic would bo a veritable Othello Majority ol FrieMb Tkoagbt Mr. taking other medicines. I decided tfl correspondence between Japan and with his occupation gone. Memphis take his advice, although I did not hart the United States, on California's Commercial Appeal. Hughei Would Die, Bat any confidence In IL alien land law, renewed Interest In e this theme temporarily, but only Excellent for Stomuch Trouble. I have now been taking Oie Helped Him to temporarily overshadowed by the "Chamberlain's Tablets are Just for three months, and it has cured me Mexican revolution and Europe's fine for stomach trouble," writes Recovery. war. haven't had those awful sick headache Mrs. G. C.Dunn, Arnold, Pa. "I was California's law forbids "aliens bothered with this complaint for since I began using it. not cllgiblo to citizenship" to acquire some time and frequently had bilPomeroylon, Ky. In interesting adI am so (hankful for what Black-Drauland, or to lease it for longer than ious attacks. Chamberlain's Tablets three-yea- r periods. they owned afforded me great relief from the vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes If has done for me." land before the law was enacted, first, and since taking one bottle of writes as follows : "I was down with Thedford's has been they cannot transmit It to their na- them I feel like a different person." stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for detural heirs; at the owner's death It For sale by all dealers. 4 must be sold by the state, the pro would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It e ceeds being paid to the heirs. .Straining a Point. times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbt, Asiatics aro the only "aliens not Chancellor von Bethmann-IIoll-we- g I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous eligible to citizenship" in the United drops Into casuistry In the maningredients, and States under 'our present naturali- ner of his finding Great Britain re- did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely zation law. The humblest immigrant sponsible for the present war In EuI got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should kt from any portion of Europe, Africa rope. If Russia had not been fortior Australia, white or black, Is eli- fied with the British alliance, he and ail my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest gible to Amorlcan citizenship; but said to the correspondent ot the As- would die. He advised me to try Get a package to ay. Togo the sailor, Oyama, the soldier, sociated Press, she would not have and quit Only a quarter. Noguchi the poet, Kawakatnl the committed the overt acts which forc Thedford's publicist and journalist, and Numano ed the kaiser to mobilize and to dethe diplomat all of them men of clare war. the highest character and of distinThis Is probably a not inaccurate guished ability citizens of the great estimate of the forces at work In world In the larger sense these men European diplomacy during some and their remarkably intelligent, weeks preceding the opening of hosefficient, ambitious countrymen are tilities. It is not unlikely that, withforbidden by our naturalization law out the British alliance, the czar to aspire to citizenshfp under the would have been much less belli Dr. Sun, the cose. The Russians have been seek Stars and Stripes. father of the Chinese republic, the ing an opportunity for wiping "George Washington of China," as out the Japanese defeat, but natur he has been callod, and Dr. Wu Ting ally they would have been slow to Fang, one ot the world's 'famous wits enter upon a war with Qermany and Prompt Attention and Good Service. and diplomats, representatives of the Austria, evenswlth France as their world's most numerous people and ally, If unable to count, also, upon TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, of Its oldest surviving civilization, British aid. A nation aiming at the would knock at our doors in vain wiping out ot the stain of ono de with a plea for citizenship; Rabin-dranat- h feat wirh the glory of a victorious Tagore, East Indian poet war must calculate carefully against and philosopher, winner of the Nobel th chance of deepening and widenprize, also would And our gates clos- ing the first stain with another. ed aglnst him. But holding Great Britain responIt is an absurd situation, quite sible for the war because one of her justifying Japan's truthful declara- allies forced It, on the strength of tion that our attitude, California and the alliance. Is casuistry, unless the national, Is "invidiously discrimina- chancellor has evidence showing that Thk Republican and Louisville Herald fl.3 tory," "inconsistent with the senti- British diplomacy urged Russian teGlobe-Democr- at 1.75 ment of good neighborhood," and of merity into taking the action which The Reptblican and St. Louis California's land law specifically that forced the German declaration. But , Republican and Home and Farm 1.50 It is "inconsistent with the treaty in casuistry or even worse things, would The force," an "abridgement of vested lie welcome could they enlarge all 1,75 The Republican rights" guaranteed fcy that treaty, nations,' sense of the moral responand Justly "mortifying to the gov- sibility they assume In making of The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 ernment and people ot Japan." fensive 'and defensive compacts, and nm . "America's Issue with Japan," Frank fin f..W nn. onrl In trtnla anfonroa The itEPUBMCAN Hiia JUaiiy uwensDoro inquirer.... v.. 3;50 w UM.UUWW, Putnam, in National Magazine for triple alliances, or whatever new The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.76 January. names'tltplomacy may invent for such things 'In future. Globe Democrat. L7I The Republican and Kentucky Farmer Biliousness aad Constipation Cared. Trees on the Roadside. The Republican and New Idea Womans Magazine..- - 1.9. If you are ever troubled with bilCounty, Mich., has startCalhoun iousness or constipation you will be 1.60 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Interested in the statement of.R. F. ed a campaign of setting out fruit along the roadsides, both for Erwln. Peru, Ind. "A year ago last trees The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 winter I had an attack ot indigestion profit and shade. This may work followed by biliousness and consti- out all right, but in a free country Seeing Chamberlain's Tab- like ours, where our pikes are not pation. lets so highly recommended, I bought policed, it will be hard to make trav ; a bottle ot them and they helped me elers on the roadways realize that the fruit belongs to the county. We flaHaBBaaBMaBaBaH1BaaBMaBBaMMHMaMHMaBMMaBMHMaaBHBaaaaw right away." For sale by all dealers. farmers In Kentucky are In the hab it ot getting out of our vehicles and Kentucky Drying Up. Kentucky, supposedly the "wet- picking apples to eat, even across WHY NOT MAKE A MONTH test" spot in the Union, the habitat tho fence, and the owners rarely obof tho julep and the mother ot Bour- ject. In Germany, where all roads U50.- - a almost S10.- - a Day are government-ownethe passerbon whiskey, Is "drying up." . , Selling Vlotor Safes and boxes . u It is one ot the astonishing things by respect the fruit on the highways, to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists snd aaaaaaa per force. f armers.all ot whom realise the need BjajajajajajajaHjaHja of modern state movements that this of a safe, but do not know how easy 1 1 Is toown We In Kentucky would rather see men, is a fact. When the anti-liquone. Salesmen declare our proposition one ot opportunithe best, clean-cu- t hope- a system ot shade trees planted by after a long and apparently ties ever reoelved. Without previous experience YOU can duplicate the success of others. less fight, won the concession of a the roadsides, our pikes are splendid, catalog" Our handsomely illustrated local option election, the surprise but too bare. When we drive along will enable you to present the subject toeua- - s. -. torners in as interesting a manner ss though, tgarr? sa outside of the state was great. But tn hot weather and come to the shel- yoU'weTe piloting them through our faolory. Men appointed ad 3 tho surprise deepened to amazement ter of a big tree we want to stop and salesmen recelvs advice and instructions for selllnira ssfra. arivlns? convincing isixingpoims wmen u is iwpossiDie or prospective cnsiomer to aeny, ai when, at the election which fell only breathe. don't YOU be the first to apply from your vicinity before aomeone else gets tha territory) We can favor only one salesman out of each locality. ago, nine out ot the 12 a few days i no lain anniversary 01 out company was celebrated by Spray, Spray, and Pray. counties most rockbound antlprohi-bitio- n erecting the most modern safe During the winter is the time to ke factory In the world. voted for a "dry!" regime. men who received vlr Even Bourbon county, the strong- do the spraying for San Joso scale. special selling Inducement, sisdsrcdltaoroisarjrtJdcsat' hold of the famous liquor that takes This probably Is the worst enemy of our output. Wa are spsnets. I nany thousands of dollar Its name, the heart of the bluegrass our fruit trees. It holds them back, larglngour sales organ Ixatsaf. retards their country, "where (he colonels are sup- - saps their vitality, but to learn all partlcularr, f will cost you only the price at posed to be as full 'of "corn"' as the growth and prevents tho developa postal card. ment of fruit more than any other Is of "kernels" even Bourbon corn iitkftiUligi. 1ST. voted Itself Into the dry column, and one thing; therefore spray, and do It thoroughly and moro than once. Industry. forfeited Its chief THE VICTOR . To what purpose the planters will Lime sulfur Is the chemical to use. put their famous Bourbon corn, so Then in the spring, when the flow SAFE & LOCK CO. prolific in yield, so abounding in ers are dropping, spray for curculto ..... CllullUII, WW "the juice," remains to be seen. and codling moth, and a little later SJLwW Nisi' Home: CeeeoKy 20,000 Safea Annually. spray again. This time an arsenical Whether cereal factories and meal Go at the mills will spring up on the "hill- poison must be used. side by the still side" Is a mystery whole thing with Intelligence, comprehension and determination. Write ot tho future. Ladies! Sve Money aad Keep k1 to Prof. J. H. Carmody, Lexington, Louisville and Lexington, in Style by Reading McCall's and Fayette counties, respec- Ky., and got tho proper directions And all this and follow them. Bucuees sulbs succeek Magazine and Utiag McCall Patterns tively, are tho fortresses In which ESPECIAL OFFER' Barleycorn has most strongly time do some hard praying, also, and McCau'eMetailBtv.111 John bftlM Nw Haaiaeu. Al MKAILS MA&UlhX liclu you drci llrl ' 'MtU. t m&ka you a MrmaiMiie eiu- - " trial wilt entrenched himself, ''They are still the God of Nature will do His part, " lililr at a uiodoi.le ' tamer. BaUblMtLon ouaxeUitMtl ox jour ' uoiurnXiuuiaJ. cxpcniu.br kcoiiluu' to the skin," and will nlake tho but you must buy our full share ot "wet ' )iu pottod on the lS2SL Smvaalr Cellecttoa;,0 the work. last and, strongest fight ifor tho salicit fskhlous In ittSBMubUwUNllUU Uf. UtaU. tmtkif Hj eloilics.and bits, to sua, Maknwt ui iku ' uu, adiiu. SMnm, ' 1 loon? The other counties that are B. rt.nii liiii.., " A.mm. how Kaijj Ion DeslBtii . U.M. r'aria For Sale. ha bilMlw IM- -, Ktilf!, hiMmm. fvhubl I Iu rails luiic AUo holding out against the prohibition I JjUm TWIejJ Qua w IV. yMU. valuablo Information 150 Acres on Hartford, and Rockpor r"-iK':i- nTs movement aro not so important, havpuiitl Muv- on all homo and perMVMt Mt7e Unly sonal mailers. road, 1 2 mllos from Broadway and , ing In them no largo or Influential -. jajiau w - i &0c a year. Including -- sss wear s at 2 miles from Rockport. School house ,ll'-Ll-a freo pattern. 8ub- cities, '" UUreltwU. iiIImH,. Iflllll stribo today or seud Sites. Suit u4ui SMk.TVa all om uh Sm It Is not only the astonishing fact on eidg9 ot farm and church near. for tree siuiplo copy. .wlM.rant..ll4.MiWI. m amii, gassaaaaaaaaaws iwwmm, that the Kentucky counties are vol- Tiiree roads pass dwelling house s,isM. . .' McCall FatUraa will onabloyou to make In your .V - wmmg own home, with vjifrown bauds clotbiuafor untarily going dry that calls for com- which la oa Hartford R. F. D. No. To. yourself sod ibllilrjtn nblcU mil bo inrix. I , BkMtfamtti . e In style and fit. bishcr tutu w u as B.iiL. laatwonaitt. ment; It is the significance ot the 4- - Moat of Jand perfectly level. Any cents ,SJud fur free I'aucru Catlojij,, in. jt, BBBSasai aeoxieea, tu. fact aa it bears on future legisla- on; desiring to purchase farm' will do W tH &fTt Tim rianis for netllnir aoet acrlplioui arnoug yyu fneruls. tMsaaaefree tion, agriculture and trade la the well to investigate? Price reasons I Premium ( utalotfua s.nu ('ash rrttl Oast. bluegrass section. Shutting up the ble. Apply tor further , Inforoiatloa Tat IbCaU aft, ZM a M ttss) )f tuM Ml BAJCNETT& SON? Agents." saloons la a more radical change to Caltfnrnla'fl Allen IaiT. Important that Americans should know the facts concerning the questions at lssuo between the governments ot the United States and Japan. Those questions bid fair soon to demand moro general public attention than they have yet received. They contain potencies of the thero than It Is STOMACH TROUBLE FOR FIVE YEARS BTack-Drauj- M ght Black-Draug- ht 1 Black-Draug- ta JAMES & CO., .First Class Uverymen Centertown, Kentucky. OUR CLUBBING RATES. andTwice-a-WeekOwensboroInquir- er !- -. f Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. $200. - - TlutV d, Wk, Ore-pro- Well-to-d- o or money-maklDf- r. -- -- . -- WW-awa- Jet-fers- BULBS ' 1 1-- ay t annu '- I P rrVm-roou- lfWMRjaM'"''1 "f f. ,V"'WM-?i- U t I -- j ' .," n nr i'"-- " -- eaue.; 4 i 1 98.00 SET OP KltANITE AND COPPER WARE .FREE Willi Every Mn jostle Range Sold. spemi " " LiemonsTranon unu ctwio OF . . - J-- .1 - . Z2 $h.oo Willi GRANITE AND COPPER WARE set or I Ecry FREE Majestic Rango Hold. ONE WEEK ONLY GREAT MAJESTIC RANGES January 18 to January 23, Inclusive I U ONE WEEK ONLY DAY SAVE $8.00 As a special Inducement during oHr demonstration only, with every MAJESTIC RANGE nold (prices always the same) we will give Tree ono handbome set of ware as Illustrated ' CHILDREN-SOUVE- NIR L here. Every piece of this ware the best of Its kind. Not u piece that is not needed in every kitchen. It cannot possibly be bought for less than $S.0O. This ware Is on exhlbitiou at our store. DON'T TAIL TO SEE IT. 1 4B HOOPS FREE Tuesday, between 3 und 5 p. m. The first 100 boa and girls who present to THE MAJESTIC IIANOE SALESMAN at our store, between 3 and C p. m. TUESDAY, written answers to the following questions, will receive n "TANGO HOOP Souvenir" What range Is jour mother now using? Do ou know anyone needing a new range? Who? 3 Why should the GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE bo In every kitchen? 81.00 ARTICLE FREE The one giving neatest and best answer to the last question may select any SI "5 article from our stock in addition to the SOUVENIR. Don't bo discouraged If you nro not one of the 100 to get a Tango Hoop Souvenir. You will get a MAJESTIC PUZZLE CARD. Something for all the boys and girls. Don't fall to get one of these Tango Hoops. It a u new and wonderful toy amuses the old us well as the young The Hoop dances forward, hesitates and returns to tho operator. Children, it's great, and will bo the talk of the town. Be sure to huve your answers ready to hand In at our storo TUESDAY AFTERNOON, between 3 and G. They must bo written answers OTHERWISE YOU WILL NOT get a souvenir. SPECIAL All during this week n special demonstrator direct from tho MAJESTIC FACTORY will be glad to show you "ALL ABOUT RANGES" show you why tho MAJESTIC is the best range on earth at any price. COME. IF YOU INTEND TO ML'Y OR NOT EDUCATION lies in KNOWING .THINGS-KN- OW why the oven of a range is heated KNOW how tho water is heated HOW tho top la heated WHY tho MAJESTIC uses so little fuel KNOW how a range is made and outside. This education may serve you in tho future. DON'T OVERLOOK a chance to KNOW THINGS shown by one who knows In-s.- 100 TANGO WHICH SHALL IT 11 1 J? burnhigh-price- d ing valuable fuel and destroying cook stove? food with that old worn-ou- t You KNOW that old stove eats up a lot of fuel each year. You KNOW you have trouble in getting it to bake Just right, in fact, spoil a batch of bread every once In a while you know It costs considerable for yearly repairs. Do you Intend to continue laboring, IjfJjJjjZT Kli? WO? nLL Io?npERWPPER'TEn'KETTLE' 111.. ll il , X J THE GREAT MAJESTIC MALLEAULE AND CHARCOAL IRON RANGE. You make no mistake In buying the GREAT MAJESTIC it's the range with THE REPUThen, too, TATION ask your neighbors. it's made Just right nnd of the right kind of material MALLEABLE AND CHARCOAL IRON riveted together practically air tight lined with pure asbestos parts being malleable can't break has a movable reservoir and an oven that doesn't warp that's why the MAJESTIC uses so littlo fuel, bakes just right every day in the year (browns bread Just right all over without turning), heats 15 gallons of water while breakfast is cooking properly handled lasts a lifetime, and costs practically nothing for repairs. Don't buy the range you expect to last a lifetime "unsight unseen;" you'll be sure to Come to our store during bo disappointed. demonstration week, fcee the GREAT MAJESTIC have its many exclusive features explained And out why the MAJESTIC is 300 per cent stronger than other ranges where most ranges are weakest. ffllll 111 S P iH IH HlIliSM firsiSiril III iwiPPirie-pnn- BVUn WKmppm'n5' : TIUS SET OF WARE FREE. COME. E. P. Barnes 4 Don't'overlook the date. This is a special invitation to you and your friends and neighbors. (EL Bro., Beaver Dam, Ky. e, Ra-Jec- Francis Joseph of Hohenzollern (the Of course, there is a possibility that oi proiesi, wnne grauiymg in tno denied. Turkey Is said to have young second son of Prince William, the war may end by exhaustion of all LATEST WAR NEWS It makes, as viewed In ceded to the demands made by Italy head of the nonruling branch of the the belllgrents. But thero is little Washington, hns in mauy respects., family) In the torpedo probability of such a result. It is had been failed to satisfy the United States ThurMlay, EMDEN room when the torpedo exploaded. more likely that the victorious naMonday. Government, It is stated. Secretary Austria Tho resignation of Count He was brought out, unconscious, but tions will be In splendid fighting England Great Britain's prelim- Bryan informed Sir Cecil Spring-Ric- Leopold von Berchtold as Foreign proved practically uninjured, being shape even as they may be filled inary reply to the note of the United the British Ambassador, that Minister for Austria has caused a only survivor of that hor- with the fighting spirit. The ex- States requesting an improvement In the United States would make no about the sensation in Europe. It is announce.! (Continued from First Page.) rible compartment. The frightful ample of the United States, following tho treatment of American commerce comment until the supplementary that Baron Stcphan Burian von z. sights, however, had shattered his Its great civil war, is fresh in the by the British fleet was mado public note shall havo arrived. of Hungary, will succeed von and wounded 11 Australians. nerves completely. Many of the Ger- memory. killed Gen. Grant would have in the United States and Monday by Berchtold. Another exploded on deck, putting mans were blinded for life, and there been able to sweep Mexico with his mutual consent of the two countries. Belgium Refugees from Brussels out of the was scarce a square foot of deck trained veterans. France realized While conceding the principles of tho two. of the Turkey Tho Turks have occupied tight and killing and wounding sev- which did not show the dreadful this and Maximilian was lett to his American Government's contention, report that a great Are has broken out In the formers Belgian capital. Tabriz, an Important Russian base eral others. . own resources strains of war. and tragic end. the note points out difficulties in ac- Tho civil population of Belgium re in Persia, are batlfng with the RusHut meantime the heavier metal But the story of the Emden is not There is abundant reason for this, tual practice, refers to alleged fraud- quires $6,250,000 per month,, ac- sians In the Caucasus, and nro exof the- - Sydney was doing frightful over. The 40 men left ashore on Seldom has there been a war fought ulent practices of shippers, and cites cording to Emll Franqul a Belgian pected to be making preparation!! lam;ice aboard the gallant little Ger- Cocos Island first drew up tn battle from the outset by experienced e statistics showing an increase rath- banker, who says his people are vir- to invade Egypt. man raider. The Emdeii's fore funto' repel the Australians. Then cers and men. Happily wars are too er than a decrease In certain neutral tually dependent upon American renel wes hot away. Then her mast, ns the hours went by and no one re- - infrequent to keep officers in prac-turn- commerce, in support of Great Brit lief. Russia The Russians have resumy then the other two funnels, and they concluded all was not tice. We found during the Spanish-we- ll ain's suspicions that Germany and ed the offensive In East Prussia, the Sydney placed a shell right with the Emden. American war that some of tho Austria have been Indirectly obtain France Fighting of a desperate while the Germans continue to atIn her. torpedo tube. This virtually eran officers failed to live up to ex ing contraband, especially copper, on Schooner. naturo has broken out in tho French tack them in Poland. The renewed ended the combat. The Emden was In the civil war there through neutral countries. The note An old schooner, the Ayessa, lay In pectations. activity Indlcntes that the Mazurlan just about to fire a torpedo, and the was great shifting of genrals. Men is considered conciliatory in tone in center, northeast of Soissons, which Lakes the port. It was the property of the have frozen over. city seems likely, through bombardDrltibh shell caused tho torpedo to who were theoretically proficient, or Washington circles, though officials explond with a vast detonation and Ross family, the uncrowned dynasty who had made good records In the withhold comment until further an- ment, to suffer the fate of Rheims. of the Island. This they commanFrance Tne battle which is creTwo German aeroplanes headed for tho Emden caught Arc. Mexican war, were unequal to the swer is received. Paris were sighted by French air pa- ating the greatest Interest is that The Emden was beached on a little deered and set sail. It was as wild new task. It was only by trying offi- an adventure as any of the pirate trols which gavo rise to the belief In the Aisne Valley, where the French island about 15 miles from where France From tho coast to the that It was the icers out that the fittest were found Morgan or of John Paul Jones. intention of the Ger- have been attacking the German the fu;bt started. The fight had covBut the forty Germans under By the end of tho present war the River Oise, where tho country is un- - man airmen to attack Paris and Lonfor a week. ered about 30 miles and led to some most efflcIent officers will bo in their der water, the big guns have been don simultaneously. very pretty maneuvering. For In- Lieut, von Muecke were not content Dr0Der Places. Everything about engaged continuously, but the water Englund The ovcr authorities stance, the Eniden's first shells drop with simply making their escape. gunB' 8ubniar'nes, aeroplanes, trans- - and mud prevent tho Infantry from They met tho British collier Ex ford. deny the report that two German ped fihort. The captain of the SidWednesday. Prtat,on subsistence nnd field hos- - j coming into action. Along tho Aisne submarines wer sunk by the forta ney quickly grasping the fact that and captured her. Aboard her, they Dital service will be known. There Vallev anil thrnuph ihn Pnnmnpnn .., Gennuny . Tho military establish- of i that city. tuuuuiuu Btuurui luuuuiiie (junu me w111 the unlvos of the Germans would be i.nri hrnnuht with thorn nn.i nrtPH ments In nnd near Dunkirk, Eng- 00 n0 raw recruits iu the ranks, district the French claim to bo push- given a longer range, moved his ves-bcommrce-raldln- g again, Just aa. offlcers wl" know about tll strength ing their offensive. In Western Ar, land'8 foreign base, have been de-- it closer lu und tho German shells out r 'ne various regl- - gonne tho Germans claim to have stroyed by an attack mado by a Ger-tcIMPOOTW NOTICE they had the Ejnden under their and weakness pas'jrd over him this time. iments, even as they will be familiar repulsed an attack on their trenches. n,an aerial flotilla, according to dls- Homo Clcier Mnneuerlng. a uozen uerman aeroplanes threw ""." '" uurun. uu me easi " equipment. It was not until Dec. 17 that the The Farm Agency of the ConThere was also a lot or maneuverNor w ll the victorious nations thirty bombs on Dunkirk, but owing em front tho Germans are using ice last of the Emden's crew were cap-- 1 ing to escape torpedoes. The Emden breakers In the Mazurlau Lakes to tinental Fire Insurance Co, of ine to precautions taken little damage - ,me u"'lcur B0" "nances, made' two great circles. The "first tured. On that day the British aux- I vanquished will probably be bank- - was done. prevent the Russians from attacking lllary cruiser Empress of Japan met Hartford, Connecticut, formerly time the Sydney followed her around, on the ice. rupt' but a v,ctor 8 crcd,t ,s good- - No second time turned and met tho Exford and seized her. but the represented by A. C, Yeiser, has Russia The German report from Tho wounded of tho Emden are to- - doubt huse Indemnities will be exher. The Sydney's torpedoes seemrue the eastern battlefield claims that the acieu irom me vanquisuca. Austria Przemysl is still holding been transferred to me. I Also Coed to havo fallen short. A German day in the military hospitals of spirit of the soldiers and of the civ- Russian offensive toward Mlawa has out, according to the Vienna statehave the Agency for the Recordforpetlo almost struck the Sydney, lombo, Ceylon, while the rest of the ilian population will be proud, if not met with no success. The Turks are ment, and no efforts at a parley have Ausbut iin officer of the Sydney saw her prisoners have been taken to ing business in the following haughty. The victor will look upon flercoly attacking tho Russian lines been made by tho defenders. coining, full speed ahead was put on tralia. So great was the admiration Itself as invincible. It may become on the frontier near Karaurgan. companies: Continental, Hartand the deadly niissle was dodged of the Australians for their deeds intolerant. There may be no ground France Violent fighting, which that there waa talk of giving them by a few feet. Bulgurlu Thero Is a report from has not reached a decisive end, Is re- ford, Aetna, Phoenix, and Fidelity for this country to be alarmed about While tho Emden was being beach a public welcome, but this was Anal the aftermath of the war. If It pur- Sofia that tho Bulgarian Minister of ported by tho French near Soissons. underwriters, which includes ed tho Sydney pursued tho Buresk, ly frowned upon as unpatriotic. sues a sane, neutral courso, it should Foreign Affairs is leaving for Rome the business written in all Strength of the Victor. tho Emden'a attending collier. The have nothing to fear. But it bhould to ascertain the attitude of Italy to- Italy Tho Gorman denial of tho Germans opened the Iiuresk's seaSuch Americans us have used the not be misled by the theory that it ward the possible of arrest of Cardinal Mercier was true towns in Ohio County. cocks and 'sunk her. Retumlug to probable exhaustion of the European can afford to abandon ordinary preInterests in the war. only In a "technical sense," says a These are all old line Insurance the Emden, Capt. Glossop slgualed nations as an excuse for our failure cautions of national defenso because Rome newspaper, "and the Holy See Companies. to pull down her flag. to keep up an efficient military es all other nations will be broken iu her nix times Tuesday. has asked that reparation be made." No attention was paid, and the Syd- tablishment and maintain a strong spirit, wealth arid offensive equipI will be glad to have you call Austria The French dreadnought ney was forced to throw another shell navy havo merely indulged in a habit ment. It is unwise to rely on tho Courbet was hit Jy an Austrian subRussia Noury Bey, commander on me or I will see you at your Into Jior. The Emden was soon afire of extemporizing reasons. They were other nation's weakness at any timo marine and later rammed by her of tho Third Ottoman Army Corps, fore and aft and hauled down her opposed to a larger arny and an ef- and in the present instance it would sister ship, the Jean Bart, the Cour- has been captured by the Russians, home fer aiytklng the inficient navy before tke European war be unspeakable folly. Globe Demo- bet sinking, according to an official according to a Petrograd report. colora. surance line. broke out. They have merely seized crat. (teaoe at Carnage. report from Vienna. The Austrian E. E. IIRKHEAD, .lowered, and upon this theory as, an additional Rescue Jpatt ,w report charges the French concealed The Turkish official Turkey It is not based oa experi ""!?."'' tno Emden, tho loss of the battleship. statement, issued last night, denies Hartford, Ky. eae of carnage ence or reason. Mr. Huldenope'r has wfcri ,a the Russian report of a big victory Office TkMt; FIR FLETCHER'S vtvey Cer-- J shown, by historical illustrations, tMi'ihelr.erea. England Great Britain's prelim for tho Czar's forces at Sari KJaaaysh. inary reply to the American note The capVure of Isakan Pasha also is RwHw jnaa was dead or palmed. , Prince that it is unsupported by experience. 41. EXPLOITS OF THE & gun-laye- rs offl-lin- ed flu-all- vet-Esca- pe 4 .. I r-- D- x-- , cl ci Jw& Italo-Bulgarl- ii rHlBg Alet Children Cry f il' CA5TORIA ?!;iff. ft. tf. .x