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REPUBLICANS HAD Mttrtfea fkmtiiicmt DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 28 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1915. plurality-o- f tho CorigrosBlonnl vote! of 35,000, besides electing a Governor by 2,700. South Dakota elected a Democratic Senator by 3,800 and at tho name time, elected two Republicans out of threo Congressmen, the Republicans carried tho Governorship by 15,000 and had a lllto plurality of tho Congressional New vote. Taking tho total of the Senatorial on and Congressional vote In each of these three States, and dividing by 1 prlvnte capital avoids becauso of the Judge I) Irk head, In chambera, hopelessness ot profits under exist- ADOPT SCHOOLS awarded Mrs. Sanderfur an attaching laws. A committee of a Chamment against tho property of her ber of Commerce reported the other husband in WILSON day that slnco tho opening of the EuIN THE NAVY issue without the sum of $1,500, to bond. ropean war there has at no time Tht plaintiff sets out that they been any lack of cargo room In tho were married In Ohio county on South American trade. The financial October 2, 189S. They own a farm Secretary Reynolds Makes York Times Comments embarrassment of tho South Amer- Advantage Opened Up To of n acres of land, which ican countries, not tho lack of ships, Is stated to be worth $2,00"0", and Interesting Deductions. U. S. Fighting Men. Indianapolis Speech. is'flic trouble there. Rut If the gov- Is productive and furnishes to them : pnihicnt owned ships that were en- a support. As erounds for dlvortn Bugeu in iiiu European irane, we Mrs. Sanderfur alleges that her hus Some Facts Gathered From Re- Mm 4a iliA nABnrA nn.ili Itniit shoilld directly Invite contraband Course In Academic and Techni band is cruel to her, falls to proin each state of national issues. the! Says Friends of the President trpublcs far more Berlous than the vide a livelihood for her or her threo of Last November turns Inconvenience resulting from high result would be: Oregon: Republichildren, is continually and habit cal Branches Available Moved to Apology and Atlantic freight rates. Tho Presicans, 95,200; Democrats, 89,500. ually drunk, and wastes his estate Election. dent challenges tho Republican Sento Sailors." In drinking and other vices. Extenuation. ' South Dakota: Republicans 48,500; She 1 ators, who threaten obstruction "to Democrats, 42,000. Nevada: Repubfurther avers that her husband often show their rights to stand in the licans, 8,471; Domocrats, 8,054. This accuses her in the presence of Socroary James I). Reynolds, of way-othe release of American prowould at least, entitle the RepubliWashington, Jan. 18. When five their three young daughters ot being Declaring that the Idcu and Ilcpubllcnn National Committee, has ducts to the rest of the world." cans to claim hnlf of tho clectorlal that "on tho whole the people That Is the way Mr. Bryan used to sailor lads recently won cadetshlps an Immoral woman, which she denintlo sotno very Intorstlng deduc- votes ot these three States, which to Uncle Sam's Naval Academy hy nies and states that she has been of the country are better off, more talk tions from the official returns of the would amount 'to tho advocates of tho gold obtaining higher ratings In the en- true to her martial vows and mado to thirteen, nnd would prosperous, V lust November election. ,, and have less cause for standard. Senators who oppose thereby, raise the Republican electhe trance examination than those made defendant a dutiful and faithful According to his statement the reanxiety under a Republican than un- shipping bill are not standing in the by a number of college graduates, wife. She asks the court to award toral vote won In the election to der a Democratic administration," sult of tho elections of November last 295. way pt the release of American who also sought the honor, It sur- her tho custody of her children. proves three very important political Times, an independFigures have been compled from the New York newspaper, in an ed- products. There are other and more prised many who shared the popular Owensboro Messenger., ent Democratic facts: serious obstructions. They are stand- notion that a jack-ta- r twelve states In different sections of Is all brawn. First: Tho Republicans carried the co nun try. In the total votes cast itorial reprinted below, delivers ing In the way of an adBack of the feat df the boys Is the Taft Advises Girls to Learn Useful upon national issues States tha some scathing criticisms of state- venture that would be more effective In theso twelve, the Democrats won Trade. would glvo a clear majority in tho by ments made In Wilson's Indianapolis than, any law now on the statute fact not genrally known that the New York, January 16 a plurality of less than 200,000. In Practical-traininUnited States navy has been conElectoral College, and elect a repub- 1912, the Democratic plurality in speech. books In discouraging the revival of verted Into a veritable "floating unigives girls independence and speech, It Is declared, seemed American shipping, and lican President. The that is say versity," where the enlisted men re precludes the necessity for marriage these same states were over a milSecond: Tho Democratic majority to be the effort of a man whose mind ing a good deal. lion. A very small percentage of Receive every kind of instruction use without love, said William Howard weary, and who spoke without In the next House is only the result publican gain would have put three was The President is his own astrolo- ful to them in their country's ser- Taft today In an address at the an of the Progressive- voto in certain due consideration of the weight of ger. of these states In to the Republican nual meeting of the Hebrew TechnicWallenstein and Louis XI. de- vice. districts of the country, and the Dem- column, us an increase ot a little his words. The editorial avers that pended upon professional talent, they The sailor boys who shot ahead of al School for Girls. ocrats will be really a minority party over 5,000 Republicans would have It would be difficult to And a "worse kept private astrologers. As "According to your report, 2,700 the the chaps with the college degrees justification for his Mexican policy." in tho House of Representatives. Colorado and carried Nebraska, President interpreted at Indianapolis owe the prizes they won. It Is de- girls have been graduated from this of the Pregres-vlv- o Maine, Tho editorial further says that "in Third: Two-thirschool, and I am glad to see that onwith their twelve votes in the the courses of the stars, as he reads clared, to voto of 1912 has not only ceased the present condition of the public theni he probably was not much In tho naval the methods Introduced ly 260 got married," said College. Electorlal system a year ago. New the former to support third party candidates, but the Republicans will not be further wrong than e asTaking nil of the 38 States to- mind by Year's Day marked the first anni- president. "Now, I am not opposthe his charge that they have has returned to tho support of gether, tho Republicans at the Nov- hurt produced a new idea in thirty trologers. Two-thirof the Dem versary of the new educational Idea ed to matrimony, but I am one who principles and candidates. party is progressive, accord as 'it was Introduced by Secretary believes that there are thousands ember election cast 47 per cent, of not years, or by his saying that they are ocratic This is the Btory that is told by ing to, his apportionment, only one-thi- ot tho Navy Daniels, and the good it of women who have made the world Democratic tho total Republican, tho official figures of tho last election and Progressive vote. The Democrats apt to think as their grand-fathe(if the Republican party. That already accomplished emphasizes sweeter, purer and better and who just compiled by tho Republican 41 per cent ot this, and the Progres- thought. We have made a long trial is about the .most alarming stato of has necessity of broadening the the meth- did not marry. of tho ideas ot the youngsters, and things National Committee. They are the sives 12 per "The trouble is that many women-havthat could be imagined, alarm- ods ot training along vocational and cent." In 1912' the same dlffer-n- t we have had enough of them. Our ing ductal figures of thirty-eigto marry, not because they love for the President aud for the technical lines. States, the Republicans cast 26 per grand-fatheare the coming men In States, representing alt sections cent, Democratic party. Mr. Wilson himthe' man of their choice, but because Given Every Chance. this total, the Democrats 43 country." of the country. per cent, and the Progressives 31 this self has told us about the new temThe greatest efficiency is attained it Is a custom. The only way On tho whole the editorial is a The Republicans carried 23 States, per cent. per of the public. There Is evidence thru the best training, of course, a that condition is for a girl to vitally significant one showing as ot which in the Electoral College cast The House of Representatives it In the election figures, by the fact ever uppermost in the minds of become independent by learning nation-wide- " inclination to misreading 2SS votes for President, a clear mait does the chosen at the November election will of which the; President those who ,manl" In the art of jority ot 22 over tho 2CG necessary the Republican party's principles. and his friends are trying to keep up strategy, so instructpresent arrange- who Is trade. Then, whena'marry? , -0; Republicans, a scrub asks her at 195; contain: the There arc three States. for Progressives,"?. In addi Added significance Is gained by the thefrcouroge. Mr. Wilson was elect- ments were brought about because she can say: 'I can do better,,) as tho New York Times has which may be temporarily classed as to these three from California fact that ed because of conditions in 1912 that of tion to make of every Bhlp I am independent.' In this way she heretofore approved Wilson's poli- no longer exist. The Progressives a tho desire loubtful, as on national Issues they a Progressive-Republicaa Prohibischool in ltseu. in addition to can make no mistake." These are cies. vMvldcd their allegiance. Strong disapproval ot the literationist and an Independent, and from hare sped their arrow, missed the these ships, there are training sta 'Oregon, South Dakota and Nevada, The editorial In full is as follows: target, and rotlred from the tourna- tions where the boys are taught to cy test in the Immigration bill wad New York a Socialist. The House ot In which Democratic Senators wero Representatives The friends of President Wilson ment. The Republican party is pret- respect the constituted authorities, expressed by the speaker. elected In 1912 conchosen but Ilepubllcun Congressional tained: Republicans, 122; Democrats will bo moved to apology and extenu- ty rapidly becoming again the major- to obey, to be prompt as well as delegations were elected. 292; Progressives, 15; Progressive-Republican- s, ation hy his Indianapolis speech. His ity party. The visible tendencies to other uallties which tend to fit them Hartford Defeats Fordsville at Bas- - . " At this election 230 Democratic speech gives evidence of the' weari- accretion and reinforcement In favor for ket Ball. , ','. 5, and Independent lv their work. Rombcrs ofCongresswero successful. ness ot his mind. He spoke much too of that party will not be checked by The Hartford and Fordsville basNo man who ever enters the navy In 39 of tho Congressional districts Chinese Relieved Airman Was God. trippingly and without due consid- such speeches as that which the will need to leave his ambition be- ket ball teams met on the local of tho country, however, tho Progrescame to President made San Francisco, Cat., Jan. 16. To eration ot the thoughts that at Indianapolis. In hind, for there Is a genuine incen- court. Friday night, the former win- -, sive vote was larger than tho Demo- bo taken for a god falls to the lot him. He said some things that he the present condition of the public tive to progress. There Is given to nlng by the score of 24 to J. Altho cratic plurality, so that, had It not of few men In this prosaic age. Lieut. might well wish unsaid. mind the Republicans will not be each enlisted man the systematic the visitors were outplayed they put been for tho Progressive vote the It would not have been easy for hurt by hts charge that they have means by which he can receive as- up a' game fight and the game was ' Gunther Pluschow, the German naDemocratic mebcrshlp in the next Both teas val officer who escaped In his mono- the President to find a worse justifi not produced a new idea in thirty sistance and enlistment In technical at all times Interesting. Houso would bo only 191, with 218 plane from besieged Tslng Tao be- cation for his Mexican policy than years, or by his saying that they are branches, as well as along academic showed lack ot practice and flashed necessary for a majority. Tho Profell to the Japanese assault, that which he chose. "Have not the apt to think as their grandfathers lines, and the studious fellow has of 'team work by the homo team waa fore gressive vote also elected four Demo- Is oneit ot European nations taken as long as thought. We have made a long trial no excuse If he does not win promo- invariably broken up by a fumble. these. cratic Senators, those in California, plenty of good malarial Ho recently arrived on the steam they wanted and split as much blood of the Ideas of the youngsters, and tion. Another valuable thing about , Colorado, Indiana and Oregon. er Mongolia from the Orient after as they pleased In settling their af- we have had enough of them. Our the educational methods now being iu evidence, howm-r- and with ward The question of what has become running the ganutlet of Allies' sen- fairs," he asked, "and shall we deny grandfathers are the coming men In followed Is that the enlisted man of the stuff that makes any team of the Progressive vote of 1912 is tries and spies In a series of thril- that to Mexico because she is weak?" this country. can fit himself well for some civil some mighty good basket ball will, well answered in these official re- ling escapades. Certainly the President does not seen in these parts. Altho toe There la one idea about which trade which he may follow at the be turns. In tho 38 States whose reguarding was good the low score can Lieut. Pluschow two days before wish the country to believe that in President Wilson will do well to take end ot his service afloat. turns have been compiled, there Is the fall of the German fortress on his judgment the right of cutting The routine followed by the sailor not' be attributed entirely to that a Republican gain of 2,489,588 ovor the Chinese coast was ordered to car- throats in civil strife Is included in serious thought, for It has become includes a regular period each day feature for each team had many , well rooted In this" Republic, and the Republican Presidential vote ot ry Important dispatches to the Ger- our traditional category ot "lite, libwhich strikes Its roots deeper as the for Instruction, during which time shots that went wide ot the mark. 1912. There is a Progressive loss man Consul in Shanghai. Rising in erty and the pursuit of happiness." opportunity is given for a careful no work Is required of htm, except Following Is the line up and goals: of 2,507,811, as compared with the his Hartford. This period Fordsvllfe. capac- In cases of emergency. aircraft he sped across country Inevitably the question will be asked Presidential vote of that party two for fivo hours, planing to earth In a If that is the Democratic Idea ot tho study of the composition, the F (4) Glenn ity, and the aims ot the Democratic la devoted to the Improvement of the Shultz (1) years ago. In other words, the Pro- Chinese village when his fuel ran tmpendlng grant ot liberty to the (1) Taylor F party. It is the idea, the belief, that individual and to instruction along Whlttler gressive loss is within less than 1 per Filipinos. In tho prophetic opinion C Owen (4) Barnett out. on tho whole the people of the coun- lines he may wish to follow. cent of being the same as the RepubG (2) King , At this time the Instruction is un- Hunt Tho superstitious natives who had of many that Is what the administra try are better off, more prosperous, lican gain. G J. Glenn never before seen a man fly believed tion policy In respect to the Philip- and have less cause for anxiety un- der two heads academic and tech- Royal In these 23 States which put them-bolvFouls Shultz 5 out ot 9 chances; In tho acadhim to bo a god. When he buried pines Involves, In actual fact that Is der a Republican than under a Dem- nical or professional. in the Republican column, the emic branch, it is compulsory for all Glenn 2 out of 5. the engine of his plane and burned what Is gotng on In Mexico. Yet ocratic administration. If that Republican plurality over the Demoumpire Crowe, Referee and wings they changed their opin Mr. Wilson says that "so far as my 1G the prevails in 19 but that would enlisted men not well grounded in cratic vote was over a million; ion and calcd him a devil, fleeing Influence goes, while I am President common school branches, or who have Fordsville, and A. Darnett, Hartford, bo prophecy. whereas, In 1912, tho Wilson vote In In terror. nobody .shall Interfere with them.- not completed two years' service In alternating. Time halves 20 minilia same States was larger than the That Is a prohibition to others, a the navy. The subjects embraced utes. Tho aviator then tramped 450 Stanley Make War on Huly. TAt voto by over ono million. Ot miles to Shanghai, where he deliv ordiuance for ourselves. . In this department are reading, Washington, D. C January 18. Jup Troops Want to Fight. the total voto cast by the threo par- ered his messago and then obtained It goes much too far. We shall keep writing, arithmetic, geography and Toklo, January 16. The promotties In thos States in 1914, the lto- - possession , of a passport belonging out ot Mexico up to tho last possi- A pledgo to rid the State Board history, and the course is continued tho publlcans cast 49.G per cent; ble moment ot decent and righteous ot Valuation and Assessment of the for each man until he reaches a sat- ers in Japan of what has been callThis brought to a Democrats 38.9 por cent, and tho him safely thru and across the Pa- abstention from Interference. Out influences ot a political triumvirate, isfactory standard. To make the ed' the "volunteer movement" have' G per cent. 1912, In Progressives 11. the time may come, as It came In it the people will elect him Governor, naval professional instruction sys- lssiied a manifesto in which they anTo carry out the desperate cific. tho Presidential vote" cast was: Re- masquerade the Lleutonant attired Cuba, when not to intervene would was muilo by Representative A. O. tematic, a plan was devised some nounced their Intention of dispatching1 an army corps to Europe. per cent; Democrats, To- publicans, 28.4 be a crime against humanity, against Stanley in a card Issued time ago, prescribing the subjects himself In a suit ot plaid kilts. ot the Mexicans, and Tho statement Is Mr. Stanley's for- which every man, Irrespective of hlaj this end they are appealing to both 39.7 por cent; Progressives, 31.9 the Interest per cent. $200,000 Itcmd Uoud Issue Voted in against our own. In respect to such mal announcement that he will seek rating, should know. All bluojack-et- a Japanese and foreigners for funds. The manifesto says that as La Ot the total Progressive vote cast a proverbially, uncertain subject as the Democratic nomination for GovGreenup (County. are required to become perfectly by these 23 States, it is interesting Greenup, Ky Jan. 19. At a spo-cl- Mexico It Is better not to be too ernor next August. Mr. Stanley de- familiar with subjects treated in tho Fayette helped the United States and clares that manipulation ot the State manual distributed to each man Garibaldi helped France, so the Ja- to note that half of It was cast by .election held in Greenup coun- positive. the allies, . two States. Illinois and Pennsylvan- ty touuy It was voted to bond the - Tho President is almost defiant in Doard ot Valuation and Assessment Ti,iR. hBa I Panose wish to assist h. niu s ot the total county (for $200,000 to build good respect to his shipping bill. His Is the method by which tho State Is bad a tendency to make sailors more'9reat Drlta,n' Russla ond France t0 ia, and nearly ' by the'threo States" ot Illinois, Penn- roads throughout Jhe county. The mood would be admirable were h's pontrolled and the corporations pun- - efficient and ambitious, and has terminate the misery of war and retq wrought according peace 10 me worm. sylvania and Kansas. by more than cause better. Certainly his argu- - Ished or prtviledged proposition carried a great improvemnt in the.810" s' The three, doubtful States, accord-Mn- g majority, as required by ments ought to be better If he Is to ! their attitude toward the machine. morals and discipline ot the navy. ' llitlousnesa and Constipation Cured. to tho last'olctlon, Were Nevada, the Constitution, convince the country's judgment. lle promises that no ring, now in In NeIt you are ever troubled with bilOregon and South Dakota. Does he really believe that with control, and no future ring shall Absolute Divorce-- 1 Asked 8y Mrs. Votes to Abolish Capital Punishment. wheat at $1.40 a bushel the Western be' powerful at the capital If he la iousness or constipation you will be KtHe Saaderfiur. vada, the Democrats won the TnrilnnnnnlU. Jan. 19Thn In. farmer Is deprived ot his profits be elected. by 40 votes, and the RepubMrs. Effle Sanderfur on Friday Interested in the statement ot R. F. passed, 27 to 21, cause of the acarclty of ships? Does dtana 8enate won a Congressman-at-larg- e Other planks In his platform fa- filed suit In circuit court tor an ab- - Erwln, Peru, Ind. "A year ago lash licans by a plurality of 877. In Oregon, a measure to abolish capital punish- - he attribute the low price ot cotton vor the enforcement ot the county BOlute divorce, from S. P, Sanderfur! winter I had an attack ot Indigestion, The bill 'now goes' to the to (hat cause? What business men at unit law, oppose State-wid- e rftfc Democrats; and hi, own personal ment. prohibiand for 12,000 alimony and $25 the J followed ,by biliousness, and const l Senator Cham- House. popularity, (once disinterested and well' informed tion and rotation In State 6ce by the month as maintenance for flerselt-- J patlon. Seeing Chamberlain's-Tah- When the vote was announced have encouraged him to persist with same Individual, call for a better and three daughters. aed ressftct- - leti BoUghljCrecoatmeacM, I buakt berlain by a aiargia.ot 23,000;" while ' itie Republicans carried ait three spectators who crowded' the-- gallery his proposal to Invest millions of the' highway system and the abolition of Ively, fifteen, thirteen' and eight a bottle of them and they helped ate Congressional money In a trade that prison contract labor. districts and bad a broke Into cheers. , Government years. Upon reading the petition right away." For sale by all dealers. TURNS AGAINST GLEARJAJORITY I'll II flfty-seve- f g old-tim- rd rs -- e ht rs Derao-cratsr23- j as es be-H- ot " self-denyi- Scotch-America- n. al two-third- imm. two-third- Seua-torsli- lp to-d- ay i fs and those associated with him Is to DREAM transact the business of the State In such a way as to redound to Its credfiwrfd nrrdrdlnn to lw at th I'oftnfflrt it and to that of his party and the COMES TRUE MMidM, Kj as matt Dmttfr ol the fromt security and prosperity of the people lnir, an endless chain and not to construct of officeholders, front street sweepC. VI. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor er to Chief Magistrate, for the purALLISON DARNETT, Associate Editor pose of maintaining perpetually in Kansas City Woman Has Repower n polltcal triumvirate and a markable Experience. Address nil communications to pampered and protected lobby. I CTaf Hartford ltepubllcan. shnll fight the triumvirate now In control as bitterly as I shall fight any other Some Tragedy Followed Each ReTO SUBSCRIBERS NOTICE Individual or combination which may tt n n tnMtllnT ilcxlrlnir th turn, Including Her th. seek to pillage' our State." M iiildiv In mnkln 4tlta in nut kItp the H rtlord Republican, GIRL'S ir . t)tlii Loral nti't Xiitlif" liV per line nn'l . That there Is widespread dissatisiiildlllonul Invftlim. jwi lliifor Wilson administraCnnl of Tli mk.Bc faction with the OMtniirli". Itmijiitlon" unit tion among men of Ills own party Is per lib" nmno.r In mlv.ini It is heard fur "rrvlrri frre, tint other no longer to be denied. Chnirh Nntli-feniftt nilrertl.eniente, 5p -r lino. on all sides and among all classes. no AhODJUHiilH rniiiiiiiiiiU'iitliini will rrtvlv It is likely to be one long continual IK Mil li rtijiiot. f Father's Death. Atchison, Kan. The Kansas City : Star on a recent Sunday related a remarkable dream that came to a Cvxa."oorl3.iii TE1.3FK3i:S S .IAXUAKY riumon' L2? I'KIIUV, 2J. A NNOUXCKM KXTS. , "We are authorized to announce JOHN H. THOMAS, of Ohio County, a candidate for State Senator, 7th Senatorial District, composed of Ohio, Muhlenberg and Dutler counties. General primary election Aug. 7, 1915. We are authorized to announce HON. ALBERT LEACH, of Heaver Dam, Ky., a candidate for State Senator in the 7th Senatorial District comprised of the counties of Ohio, ButRepublican ler and Muhlenberg. primary election, Aug. 7, 1915. We arc authorized to announce OTTO C. MARTIN a candidate for the Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk at the general election Aug. 7, 1915. prl-mn- ry We are authorized to announce CAL P. KEOWN a candidate for the Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio County. General primary election August 7, 1915. We are authorized to announce WALLACE H. RILEY a candidate for the Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio county. General Primary August 7, 1915. A new President for Mexico. Nest. Whether to be or not to be for -State Wide," is bothering Kentucky politicians Just now. The Democratic Bull Dog, Stanley, is likely to start some severe biting and scratching in the Democratic fccnnel. If we could not make "Huerta salute the flag, how are we going to coropell England to stop grabbing our cargoes? How is Ohio county going to get any benefit from the road tax we nre jiaying unless we vote bonds and get our part from the State to build some pikes? Would it not be better to do It bo those of us who are alive now can get some of the benefit? U Mr. Stanley smashes the office holders trust in Kentucky, it will he more than he was able to do for the Steel Trust, with all his vain boasting. He charges that his" fellow Democrats ut Frankfort want to rotate in ofllce, but after all he somewhat of a rotater himself? Ho tried to rotate from the office of Representative in Congress to the United States Senatorshlp and having failed now turns his rotater toward the Kentucky Governorship. in-is- howl before the end of the present year unless conditions change in a short time. The mistakes of Wilson will furnish a large chapter for the future historians. It looks like he promised too much, even if his policies had been sound. When the tariff bill was up for passage, he said it was the one necessary thing to make the. roses bloom. It was passed. It is now known to be a rank failure In everything promised for it, except to lower the revenue. It did that to such an extent that, even with the income tax, it was necessary to resort to direct taxation. Then be said what the country needed to go with the new 'tariff law to make It the greatest success was a new currency law. The Regional Bank act was hatched and put into force after much tribulation and heralding with trumpets. Now, even so good a Democratic paper as the Louisville Evening Post admits it Is a failure. It was next announced that a new trust law would be necessary to cap the climax and make successful the great administration program. It was passed and the only thing accomplished to date is to stop the pooling of the farm products, thereby giving the trusts a better chance to gobble up the pro ducer, but the poor consumer has found no relief. Having played his last card, for some months the President, having announced that prosperity was Just around the next corner, has been "watching and waiting", with the whole country watching and waiting with him. He just cannot believe that "my policies" will fall. Yet he was abundantly advised both by statesmen of the present and by events in the past that such was bound to be the result. His Mexican policy must soon be changed, or embarrassments untold will follow. Even the recent attempts to obtain relief from unjust seizure of our commerce by Great Britain seem likely to go down to get In history with the effort Huerta to salute the flag, unless more back bone is displayed than seems to exist around the State Department at presnt. A special committee Kol.t. Null, Colored, Killed. On last Monday night about eight o'clock Sam Walker, colored, shot and almost Instantly killed Robert Nail, also of color, at the store of Tesslo Bassett, near Haytt. It seems that there had been trouble between tho woman and Nail, she being a sister of Walker. Walker ran away and has not been apprehended. The years. Bassett woman was arrested and ac"It Is known of all men that Percy cused of being an accessory. She Hilly proposes either to nominate was refused bond and is being guardhimself as Governor of Kentucky or ed at her expense. some respectable figurehead of his own selection whom ho can own and A TEXAS WONDER. control and that men shall bo liii The Texas Wonder cures kidney an eligible to positions on the Board of Assessment and Valu- bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, ation whoso names do not appear on cures dltbotes, weak tnd lame backs, his exclusive roll of honor (7). I rheumatism, and all Irregularities of shall fight with all the energy I pos- the kidneys and bladder In both men sets and shall exert to the utmost all the authority vested in mo to and women. Regulates bladder troubles In children .If not sold by your prevent the intermeddling by an (rust or a petty political druggist, will send by mall on rehierarchy with these or any other ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle Is offices In the State, and I shall fight two months' treatment, and seldom jvcry concerted attempt to dictate falls to perfect a cure. Send for tes nominations for. national, State, dis- timonials from this and other states. Dr. E. W. hall, 2926 OUve Street, St. trict or county offices. "The function of Jtue Governor Louis, Mo, Sold by druggists. 30ty office-holding In bis announcement for governor Stanley takes a crnck at the present State Democratic organization in Kcutucky in the following rather forceful language: "The Democratic party la Kentucky will no longer tolerate a, political Warwick at the head of a close corporation of officeholders who have twisted the old Democratic doctrine of rotation In office to mean that the name set shall rotate from one office lo another and back again every four .Mr. Will Recommend I'urchu&e. composed of representatives of the Kentucky and Louisville Methodist Conferences, appointed at the last annual conferences, to investigate the feasibility of the purchase and ownership of the Central Methodist, met at Louisville Tuesday. The Louisville was represented by Dr. Lyons, Bowling Adams, Dr. Louisville, Green, ministers, and C. M. Taylor, Greenville and C. M. Barnett. HartAfter much discusford, laymen. sion it was decided to recommend tho purchase at a price of $9,000. Mr. W. W. Ball. Maysville, and C. M. Barnett, Hartford, were appointed to examine the fia nancial condition of the paper and report back to the full committee lit Under the plan the near future. proposed, it accepted the paper will be placed in the family of every Methodist in the two conferences, without any subscription being paid. Con-fern- Kansas City woman on several occasions, always foretelling some tragic event within her family. This dream and the events it recalls coincide with n a former Atchison woman who is now the wife of a prominent physician in Kansas City. It Is believed the article refers to her, though no names were mentioned. The members of her family now living in Atchison say tho history of the events within tho family, all foretold by a dream, Is a true narrative. This makes it quite certain the story refers to a former Atchi son girl. The story rends: A charming and widely known Kansas City woman, daughter of a Kansas statesman, had this dream, of which she Is seldom Induced to talk. It came to her first when she was a young girl. For many years she could not be Induced to tell her dream. She woke weeping and unnerved, but her lips were sealed, even to those most intimately associated with her. It was as if some will other than her own restrained her. The first night It came was on which lire destroyed the beautiful old home of the family, with all it contained. It was winter and the family was in town. Miss C, the young daughter of the Kansas states man, was Just a beautiful. Whole- some, normal girl. In her usual nigu spins, sue reiireu, ana uiniosi as soon as she fell asleep she dreamed that her father, her own idol, as well as the admired and beloved IMPROVED YELLOW PRYOR. political leader of his state, was lying dead in the small, Tobacco Seed for stale. .The vari drawing room of their city home ety that brought top prices on Loose the house they occupied at the mofloor. .The tobacco from these ment. With sorrow and horror. Miss Ieaf pounds. 00 C. gazed upon the still form .and Seed mndo on t acres, marble face of him, who never .had ,T.e per ounce, or 4 ounces for $l.O0. appeared to her except in.,glojving Address vitality. health and overflowing TIIIXTON .V UVSSELL, Near the still form of her father MACEO. Miss C. saw her brother in a gray 27tC DAVIESS CO., KY. suit. He looked older and a little stouter than she knew him, but Slierlir'h Sale. easily recognizable. The young man By virtue of an execution issued walked around the bier and stepped from the Ohio Circuit Court in the over to the mantel, where ho pro- suit of Williams Coal Company, ceeded to light, one after another, Plff., vs. Williams Mines Amusemnt the candles in the large candelabrum Company, Deft., wherein the plaintiff that stood there. The young girl received a judgment for the sum of never before had seen those candles $352.82, with 65 per cent Interest lighted, and was surprised to sec her from the 20th day of October, 1914, brother do such an unlikely thing, and the further sum of $7.80 cost, for the family, as a Protestant one, which the Plaintiff was adjudged as did not associate candles with death. Its costs, I, or ono of my deputies, When she woke she was In a cold will offer at public sale at the court perspiration, and not until she made house door In Hartford, Ky., on Monsure her father was all right could day, Feb. 1, 1915, about one o'clock But no confes- p. m. the following property to satshe be comforted. sion of her dream ever passed her isfy said judgment, interest and cost, well-knowU-- of tho story. It was evening nnd the family had como out upon tho I porch to sit awhile In the dusk and speak of the beloved dead. tho sou of tho dead man rose and entered tho house. In a few moments ills sister, fearing he might give way to his grief, followed him. As bIio stood In the doorway of tho drawing room, her brother passed nround the blcr and proceeded to light, olio nftcr another, the candle on the mantelpiece. He was wearing a gray suit, the sister noticed In astonishment, and ho looked a little older and stouter than ho hud In the dream twelve years before. It was the sleeping vision In nil Its details conic true. At first It seemed to the woman that she must be dreaming again, but her intelligence "told her otherwise. But there wns tho sense of unreality in the scene. She felt that it coundu't be true that her brother could not now he carrying out tho prophecy of years. Unconscious that his actions were watched by his sister or thnt they would have nny special meaning for her, ho went on with his lighting of tho caudles. For the dream had never been told and was known to him only ns "sister's eternal dream." As ho turned to face the door of the drawing room the young woman spoke. "What arc you doing?" she exclaimed rather than asked. "It seemed so dark in here, I thought I would light these candles," replied the brother. His sister almost fainted with Khe stress of tho moment, as she llvedj over again the sorrows the dream had brought in Its train, each otic i poignant and separate grief, but all now grown less powerful to hurt In the presence of this crowning grief. Thus again and again had tho dream come, but this time it had come true, nnd it never came again. With its own fulfillment It passed out of her life, and now a dozen more years have gone by. The woman's lips were unsealed at that moment and as she told her dream its terror passed from her. The stal wart, practical brother confessed to a feeng almost of gu,t at lhe part ho ha(, p,aycd for a thoge yfan , his sensitive sister's prophetic dream. Globe Democrat. Pros-lentlI I of MONEY SAVING PRICES. WHEN WE SELL YOU SOMETHING FOR THREE DOLLARS MARKED U FOUR DOLLARS WE OF SURE-ENOUG- H SAVE r YOU ONE DOLLAR MONEV. OUR GOODS ARE WORTH. ALL THE TIME. ALL WE ASK FOR THEM AT FIRST. THAT'S WE DO NOT WANT TO CARRY OUER OUR WINTER GOODS FOR ANOTHER YEAR. WHY WE ARE CUTTING PRICES TO CLEAR THEM OUT. COME WHILE THE "PICKING" IS GOOD. CARSON & CO, INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. I Call and see our Big Values in Close-Out Sale in Overcoats $12.50 Coat $10.00 Coat $8.50 Coat $5.00 Coat $4 50 Coat , $8.09 $7.40 $5.98 ; lip's. The following morning the family received word that their old home to the in the country had burned ground during the preceding night. After that. Miss C. dreamed tho same dream of her father's death at Intervals of a few months or a few years, and always It was followed by the loss of some friend or rela tive or the destruction of some property in which she felt moro than a In each recurproperty Interest. rence of the dream, precisely the same incident was enacted beside iter father's bier, her brothes passing around it and proceeding to light the long unused candles in the branched candlesticks on the old mantel. The night her brother's fiancee died the dream came true, and again it camo on tho night bofore u message that told of the death of a uncle. It recurred bo inevitably, and unfailingly foretold some disaster, that Miss C came to fear it like a specter. She would wako shuddering and weeping, but never could be induced to tell her dream-Year- s passed and Miss C, married. For a long time she was freo of the haunting vision. Then camq the crown of motherhood, and afterward a menacing illness to tho llttlo baby. One night it was boforo they lost, hope the dream came again, and the following day the baby died. Tho next death foretold by the dream was that of tho woman's father. The warning vision came the night before the message telling of his sudden Illness in a dtstant city, and three nights before his death. When the body was brought homo It was laid in the small, ed drawing room And now comes the strange part bo-lovold-fashi- herein: A certain building known as the skating rink, owned by the Williams $3.40 $3.49 Mines Amusemnt Co., and located in Williams Mines, Ky., and on the land of the Williams Coal Co., on tho North side of tho spur of tho railroad track, running from the main line of the I. C. R. R. to the Williams Mines tipple. Levied on as the property of the Williams Mines Amusemnt Co. Terms 0 months with approved bond. This December 3, 1914. S. O. KEOWN. S. O. C. for the final redemption of said By S. A. BRATCHER, D. S. bonds, bo and same is fixed at thirty-one cents on each one hundred CITY ORDINANCE. The City Council of tho City of Hart dollars ($100) of taxable property in said city as shown by tho assessford, Ky., do ordain as follows: That tho tax rate for general pur- ment of the City Assessor as of September 15, 1914, and poses In said city for the ensuing date, year be and the same Is fixed at for equalized by the Board of Equalicents on each ono hundred zation. It Is further ordered that all of dollars ($100) of taxable property iu said city, as hown by the assess- said tax shall be due and payuble on ment of tho City Assessor as of date, tho first day of February, 1915, and September 15, 1915 and equalized it not paid on or before the first day by the Board of Equalization, and of April, 1916, a penalty of G per $1.50 poll tax on each malo resi- centum shall bo added to same and dent of said city over 21 years of collected with said tax by the marage, and $1.00 on each dog over 4 shal of said city; then upon all taxes months old September 15, 1911, In unpaid upon the first day of each said city, owned or harbored by a month thereafter au additional of 1 per .cent, shall bo added and resident of said city. Said tax is levied for the purpose collected by the said marshal. of paying off and discharging the ' Approved, January 11, 19.15, J. C. ILER, Mayor. balance of any indebtedness that may be owing by said city, and for It. T. COLLINS, Clerk. the further purpose of maintaining and improving the streets nnd al Marconi Describes Horrors of Quake. Rome, January 18. William Marleys, street lights, salaries of officers and employes and all other Incident- coni, who has returned here from Avezzano on board the train with al expenses of said city government. That the tax rate for the purposo King Victor Emmanuel, declared of paying Interest on the sewer words were Insufficient to describe bonds and creating a sinking fund tho horrors he bad witnessed. The ty-fo- HUB CLOTHING CO., HARTFORD, KY. town had been absolutely leveled, ho said, and those of Its residents who had escaped death in the disaster now were destitute. "King Victor Emmanuel told me," Marconi said, "that he had visited the scenes of all the earthquake disasters In Italy since lie wns a child, but that this one surpassed all others, even including Messina. Tho king said the survivors of- Avezzano wero only betweon 2 and 3 per cent of its population, while in Messina d of the people escaped." Describing tho damage done In Avezzano, Marconi said: "Avezzano has absolutely ceased to exist. In Messina Bonie buildings, especially the palaces along the sea front, give one the Impression that they are still Intact, their facades having survived tho shock', wbllo only their' Interiors fell In. Wot so with Avezzano. No wall there remains erect. It Beembd as though the town had been ground to powder by some gigantic machine." one-thir- , CASTORIA Children' Cry FIR FLETCHER'S !'" nR8,8,ont tills year nnd ho will In ' RlfUS I IFF Tfl The TUMULTY VICTIM court liRB Inaugurated a number of IWCflDATC CHMCI V next vonr' 1'rof Klrk lB a '0"nB new plans to better the fiscal affairs ItXrUnA I C CNtlTi I mnn of Irreproachable character and OF HARD LUCK of the County during the coming Is considered to be one of tho best year. " teachers that has ever taught In In this Issue Mr. Wallace II. Illlcy Rockport. He is nllvc and progres announces as a candidnte for the French In?intryman Plants Col- - tvo in his school work and always Wilson's Secretary Relates Series ..,,.. .......... ..u.,....,.w..m v......... uim.a iiib immune noi oniv in cin. ors Under Noss of Court Clerk of Recent Mishaps That Mr. Illlcy has many work but In the athletic sports as friends and Is well known thrunut well. He Is very popular with tho Germans. Brought Trouble. the county. Ho was born on an Ohio fair sex. Always ready to lend his of county farm; has snngged his too on aid where It will do the most good, inahy an Ohio county rock; has fol this enterprising young teacher is too lowed old heck up many a corn row, Washington, Jan. 15. Secretary Paris, Jan. J (5. For cool courage now organizing a "moonlight" school i !'' nnd In V enmity all his combined with a touch of caustic In Hockport to help stamp out llllt- - Tumulty threw up his hands In de- if to a life- He y 'we; en a good humor, this exploit recounted In nn eracy among the older residents of spalr and heaved a sigh when llcpubllcau; u ..;l t. .!.1ed for the officer's letter would be hard to beat, this city nnd territory, ndjacent he read a published story saying ho going to position which he now applies for1 "You must know thnt our trenches thereto. This live educator will de had gone to the Capitol to work and Is a young man of excellent (aro about 200 yards from those of the vote Ills time In a painstaking effort against n bill for prohibition In tho character and habits. Should ho get Bodies and separated from them liv. to help those who were not fortunate capital. He declared It a climax to the nomination It is a five to one on the right a field of beets on tho enough to avail themselves of ade- a run of hard luck which contained . shot that he will cross the wiro left a field of stubble. Between the quate educational advantages In their the following Instances: A Methodist clergyman sat on hfs nhead of his opponents In the regular two fields and equidistant from both youth. Prof. Klrk ahs become a facsizes of to election. trenches, Is n derelict reaping ma- tor In the soclnl and educational life silk hat at Indlannpolls. A policeman refused him admitchine, which plays tho chief part In In Hockport and It Is to be hoped of style Owner of Vust Kentucky Inds Vayn my story. Last night at nine o'clock that he will remain a resident of tance to the Indiana Democratic Clul Last Debt. reception to tho President because of I was luxuriously stretched out on this city permanently. less San Francisco, Jnn. 18. An In- my matress In the trench dorlmtory, Miss Eunice Shultz, who has the aforesaid battered hat. come tax of 1144,000, said to have when there was a knock at tho 1m- - chargo of tho primary department, In New York, later, ho stopped at been one of the largest paid the Gov- - provisioned door and one of my is a young lady of unexceptional one hotel nnd tho proprietor of aneminent, was turned In by I.. V. troopers, a sturdy Savoyard, came ability as a teacher and this Is the other wrote him a letter of protest, nuriwicss, eany associate oi jonn U.-- ln. .Mon ieutenant.' he said. 'I am second term she has taught here. contending that because ho was a Ilockefeller, who died yesterday at very happy. I have received a pack Besides being a good teacher she is good Democrat Mr. Tumulty should the ranch of his Dr. A. age from home. 'Splendid,' I said, a most charming young lady. Miss have stopped with him. King Macomber, near Holllster, Cal. you ii nave something to keep you Jessye Marlowe is one He went to Jersey City with his of the new He was In California when the in- warm a fine Jersey, I bet!' 'No, said teachers this year but she has won wife for a social visit and the newscome tax was Instituted, and the my Savoyard, 'You would lose your her way into the hearts of her pupils papers said ho went to settle nn apof statement he filed showed tho value bet. What I recleved was , a big by her personality and her work in pointment fight. of his holdings to be between He went to the capltol and talked French flag that I ask for, I had an the school rom is most satisfactory. uud $100,000,000. Miss Marlowe is a winsome idea of my own.' and Informally wiyi several senatorial Mr. Hnrkness' hobby was fine "And what was that,' I asked, charming young lady and she num- friends nnd somebody said he was horses and cattle, which he bred at 1,11 tell you said the soldier. 'I have bers her friends by the score in lobbying. his home place. Walnut Hall farm, cut a 8tck twelve feet ,ong and At the earnest request of a DemofaBt. Rockport. At the commencemnt of near Lexington, Ky. One of his ened tho flag to It. With your per- the term Miss Marlowe was ill with cratic Congressman he wrote a letter of choicest herds recntly was brought mission I shall go and attach It to typhoid fever and her place was indorsing a man for office and later out and placed on the Macomber the reaping machine In front of tho filled by Miss Stella Daniels, tho discovered the man was connected ranch, where the aged millionaire Germans' trenches. That'll remind charming elocutionist and dramatic with "he Lemon Trust." passed the last six weeks of his life. them that they are not on "I iem to get nothing but lem their own artist of Olaton. Miss Daniels, it is territory a fact they seem to rikher understood, will shortly start a ons," sighed Secretary Tumulty toNotice To Teachers. forget sometimes. school of expression in Rockport and day svfe he finished the recital. The ilrst examination for It Is hoped by her many friends and Idea Sheer Madness. School Diplomas will be held Singing Convention. "But, my man' I objected, 'th admirers that she will remain here on Friday and Saturday, January SIhe Progressive singing convenpermanently. With thie 29th and 30th, at Hartford, Fords-vlll- idea is sheer madness. tion will meet the 5th Sunday in Snow Fall. Hockport and Centertown. All bright moonlight you'll be riddled May with Blthobrla church in DaA heavy snow fell here Sunday young ladles and gentlemen prepar- like a sieve before you go ten yards.1 viess county near Philpot, where all ' ed to pass are urgently requested to Don't worry, mon lieutenant,' he night and Rockport is experiencing classes are Invited to attend. Everyanswered confidently, 'I am a slater real winter weather. This is quite thing bo present. will be added to make the conLast year, with 134 graduates, we y trade, and know how to crawl a change from the beautiful spring- vention a record-breake- r. Be sure my stomach.' like days of last week. Seeing that his led every county ln the State. May Ion and bring your class and dinner heart was set on tho venture I Meeting in Progress. we not hope to surpass that number along with you. gave my permission and off he went during 1915? Sincerely, A series of meetings is In progress Yours for better singing, delighted. Half an hour later the at the Presbyterian OZNA SHULTS, S. S. O. C. church. The re F. P. SALMON, U. M. T. French flag was waving ln front of vival is being conducted by two the German trenches, and my Savo- preachers of the Christfan church Death of R. L. Taylor. was back and fair sized congregations Mr. R. L. Taylor died at his home yard tho slater by trade are FOR FLETCHER'S near Beaver Dam last Monday morn- in our lines without a scratch. hearing some very good sermons. "Well I said laughing,' this is all ing about 7 o'clock, of diseases inSells Out. cident to old age. He was 73 years very fine for the moment, but what Mr. Thomas Tllford has sold his Armageddon Presage by War. pull your flag down old the 11th day of the present it the Bodies Messrs. Albert Leach and Jesse month. Mr. Taylor was well known and put up their own in its place? butcher shop to Mr. Miller, of Pastor Russell, head of the International Bible Students' Association., uianicensnip, jieaver uam, were in to a large section of Ohio county I've thought of that,' said the latter. Rochester. t (own Monday.1 ' Sunday Sermon. delivered three lectures ln Louiswas one of the most popular 'If Trou come back In quarter of an and FRIDAY, JANUARY 22. Rev, Partridge, of Louisville, who ville Sunday, morning, afternoon And. Revival services will begin at the of men with everyone. He had for hour you shall see what you shall is pastor of the PresbyTerian church night. In the afternoon he spoke Methodist church Monday evening many years been a consistent mem- se.' Come back I did at that appoint2,000 persons at Macauley'r . H. K. RAILROAD TIMK TA- conducted by Rev. Grlder, of Louis- ber of the M. E. Church and his ed time, and found suspending from here, preached an excellent sermon Sunday Theater, and in the morning addressBU? AT HARTFORD, KY. funeral services were conducted by a string between two stakes a tine to a large congregation ville. Everyone invited and urged r, fathering of hie' South Bound. his pastor, Rev. Huntsman, of Bea- carriage bell with a placard beside night. Dr. Partridge is very popu- ed the to attend. No. IIS due at Hartford 9:20 a. m. ver Dam, at the residence Wednes- it, bearing the words, 'Alarm signal. lar in this city and the sermons de- association, of which he Is head, im Company ar- day morning The Gormand-For- d livered by this able divine are al- the auditorium of The Seelbach. It , North Bound. after which he was In case of danger pull the cord.' rived yesterday afternoon and are ways good. was estimated that an overflow of 4lo. 114 due at Hartford 2:20 p. m. showing burled at the old Brick House Ceme Made Second Trip. at the Opera Houso this tery, in the presence of many 500 persons failed to gain admit Mr. Russell Missed. Hartford and Irrlngton Accom-- " friends "What my Savoyard had done was week. They will be In Beaver Dam modatlon. and relatives who mourn their loss. simply this: He had crawled out Patrons of the Rockport postofflce tance to the meetlns in the afternext week. noon, and they went to The Seelbach ' Leave. Arrive. again to the reaper, nnd attached a who appreciate good and efficient service, miss "uncle" Walter Rus and listened to addresses by memSee the big Annual Profit Sharing Good Salesmen Wanted . No.lll. .1:40p.m. No.112. . 2:05p.m. string to the staff of the flag, con' To sell our Fruit Trees In your necting this string on his return to sell, our former postmaster very bers of the association. Sale ad. In this issue of E. P. Dames In effect Jan. 4, 1915. Pastor Russell himself did not' &. Bro. county. This sale begins Best terms known to the the trench with the bell, which he much. Mr. Russell was the beat II. E. MISCIIKK, Agt. j morning and lasts to Include Feb. nursery business. Steady employ- had unearthed somewhere. Next day postmaster Rockport ever had and take a Bible theme for lecture ln tho Th-world, he 8aid,'-l- s afternoon. Cth. During this time this firm will ment, good money made selling our the story of the flag had made the he always endeavored to please his Hearing the end of six' days, each beTrof. F. T. Salmon, of Utlca, was offer some rare bargains. patrons. His prompt handling of the excellent Trees, if you are a good rounds of the trenches, and my here Monday. mixer with the people. Write us Savoyard had to do the honors of his mail is being missed by the good ing 1,000 years long. The seventh.' the S. J. TlchellOr storo at of these 1,000 year days will be the good- - "milch Cowi For Sale A Installation to all of the staff of- people of Rockport. is offering some fine bargains today for terms. Sabbath, the millennium, he declarJ. WALTER ALLEN. Mt4. OAKLAND NURSERIES, 4 ficers of our division. But the tragic In the clearance salo '. ed. Notice in Bankruptcy. 2S18 Columbia, Tenn. side of the successful trick was to Mrs. Abo Barker Is visiting which is shown by the page ad. In He said thfs present war In Wu-jo- pe In the District Court of the United come. It was supplied by the enl Slnughttervilte. this issue. The salo will last from presago Armageddon; that th . ... A. H. of K. Speaking. States for the Western District of emy. exi i uesuay Jan. su 10 i E. THrkiipmi nr present strife of nations was foreMr. and Mrs. E. Kentucky. In bankruptcy. National President Cryst of the A. In broad daylight two German solThe Quarterly Conference of tho S. of E. spoke at the court house Visiting relatives In Owensboro. In the mater of Elbert H. Goodall told as a precurser of the millenniM. E. church, South will be held hero Tuesday, and notwithstanding Lho diers left their trenches and ran a bankrupt. um, and that an earthquake and fire Miss Fern Curtis, of Evansvllle, nfternoon and Presiding snow and cold weather he had a towards the flag to bo shot down of anarchy soon will follow tho presOn this 19th day of January, A. was ln town week. E dor Rushing will preach at 7:30 good sized crowd out to hear him. ten yards away from the reaping D 1915, on considering the petition ent strife, causing revolutions ami spent the ju the evening. Ho is a fine speaker not a forlorn machine. It had been, Mr. McIIenry Holbrook Ho made a strong plea for the re-eof (he aforesaid bankrupt for dis- the ultimate destruction of our In- -' week-en- d hope for them but sheer suicide. after-whlcwith his parents here. uiul should have a largo audience. tablishmcnt of tho old A. S. of E. in What had happened must have been charge, filed on the 16th day of Janu- stltutlons and social system, rs. ' Logan left Kentucky and his speech was well he declared, will follow the: Mr. and-MA. May, of Utlca, Is the guest Mr. C. ary A. D., 1915, it is ordered by the this: That morning the German of- court that a hearing be had upon the peace prophetic of tho millennium. of Mr. H. P. Taylor and Mr. Stephen Tuesday for Louisville. received. when he reached his trench, ficer A fine lot of lied Top Grass Seed May and family. Ho also spokek at several other same on the 27th day of February t been Infuriated by the sight of for sale. Call on or address, points in the county, and will speak had A. D., 1915, before said court at Attorney E. M. Woodward and hated tricolor. He must have i. HIRAM MILLER. IT ALL LOOKS ALIKE at Buford y Louisville iu sad district, at 10 and at Centertown the ulster, Mrs. Arthur Petty, were ln summoned the two men an sentry 27tf Beaver Dam, Ky. o'clock inhfiforenoon, or bb near Louisville Tuesday. duty the night before and ordered and that v EsquireEd, ShowiTpald us an. apthereto ojk practicable, Afckb ykV7 them to tpaf-- It down. Obedience Mr. Tom Likens returned Wednes- preciated PLEASANT GROVE. notice tMreo bo published ono time call while attending Fisand disobedience alike meant death. day from a business trip to Evans-vill- e W. C. Keene moved to Mr. Ell in thoaVtrordRepublican a news- cal Court this week. He will move They yCliooso to die by our bullets and Owensboro. from his present home, near Beda, Meador farm Monday. paperprlny?gtrpaia district, ana than by the officer's hand.' ll. limn.. Unit.) e9 1111. UKUI 4JUIIU, III Plt.nlinllllAWn Mr. Allen Moxley moved to his rather ln a few days to lower No Creek. that All JrhcwjKcraUitors and other was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ern- His residence will still be In the Beda farm near Trlsler. n interest mavTppear at ROCKPORT. est Wilson this week. Mr. Jess Vandover moved to Mrs e and place jufa show cause, precinct. (Special to The Republican.) Mr. M. TTlllckey, Hartford R. 6, i havesrny the prayer of Anyono contemplating Innlllng Shelby Lloyds' farm Tuesday. Rockport, Ky., Jan! 19 The Rock said Mr. Wllbert Hall, of Roslue, was in town Monday and paid this a pressure tank in residence or ofpetitionee should not do port high school, which has always office a call while here. fice for cold or hot water, will do moved to John Allen's farm. Mr. Clarenco Mason went t Ow- - been a "Ilye" wire ln the education-u- l Walter Witness vho Honorable Mrs. Austin, of Beaver Dam, is the well to see J. A. Duke and W. J. work in this city, has had the Evans, JudgeXef said Court, and the guest of her daughters, Mrs. Z. W. Bean, the Plumbers and Steam Fit- eiiBboro Wednesday, D. E. Tuttle went to AsIn Tues most promising session in its history seal thereof, t Owensboro ln said Qrlffln and Mrs. Hooker Williams. ters, Hartford Ky., before making day, this year. The school Is only a few district, on the19th day of January arrangements. 26t4 Mrs. 55. W. Griffin will leave ThursMr. G. N. Debruler went to Askins years old, yet It ranks with the best A. D., 1915. day with her family for Louisville Rev. Napier preached two splen- Thursday. To some people, but not to us, and in Western Kentucky, and under the A. G RONALD, Clerk. f make their future did sermonB at the new Methodist where they will not to the stock tnat eat it. Our . M. E. DUNN, p. C. Charlie DavisBon wept to Fords- - present.management it has gained new home. church last Sunday morning and vllle Wednesday on knowledge, backed by years of ex- year; All laurel during the' past bslness perlcnce, enables us to Wasted to look after our even Tug. His morning sermon was Fwa or Sale. with this Dr. D. H. Godse of Sulphur the teachers connected interest la Ohio and adjacent coun- thought by many to have been his Springs was here op business Sat growing Co-e- d 3 miles East of institution are welt About 56 acr SELECT THE KIND OF HAY Ad- best effort la Hartford. Rer. Napier Salary or Commission. ties. urday. kuown educators and this year new Hartford si'Hwt! rd and Cromwell ono of the strongest ministers the dress The Harvey Oil Co., Cleveland, is pike. went to Fords- - rules, new plans and new (novations road, 1 Four that contains the greatest amount of miles Mr. G. N. Debrul Methodists have ever bad In HartOhio. have been Inaugurated that promise room cottage ta vllle Saturday. retatr. Ever- - nourishment, and that has been propMr. Geo. M, Johnson, formerly of ford and Is deservedly popular with Two erly cured, Swale bay is dear at any Bora to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wal to be successful beyond the most lastlas .water at Butler County, where he was 'Sheriff all our citizens. sanguine hopes of those responsible haras, tobacco and toek. Plenty of price. We can furnish good hay at ker Friday, a boy. I The Ohio" County FlscafCourt met (or two terms, has bought the old for1 their existence. Prof. Odell, who peeaaB(ipBleMr. J. N, Sapp las the grippe. Air bill land, reasonable prices. v Foster farm on No Creek, from Mr, here Mouday with all the members PossesIs the superintendent In charge, Is a but la very good condition. very 111. Mr. Wm. Carter .' .Walter Parks and has moved there present. County; Judge Wilson preMiss Sallle Cartel has the measles. man of unassuming habits and no sion any time. Terms reasonable. with his family. Mr. JobnBon is a siding and County Attorney C. E. BARNETT k SON, Miss Ella Pavlssck returned home one doubts bis ability as an educator. Apply to Tfc Produce Merchant '2Kt splendid man and rill be a 'valuable Smith present to offer legal advice. Saturday form her atnt's,' Mrs. Flora Prof. J. W. Klrk, who has already Republican Office, KENTUCKY. addition to our citizenship. taught two successful terms here, 23tt Hartford, Ky. HARTPOHs ' Itusl-- 1 transacted nnd tlio neas gotten old year's off tlio docket. Coat Suit Sale 1 .. 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Mr. Worth Tlchenor, Hartford, It. No. 2, needs n new Majestic Rnnge. Tho Grout Majestic Rauge should be In every kitchen because il Is thu best rnnge made. It is the best cooker. It, Is the nicest Range-- It Is tho longest life. It needs no repairs. It will last a GLYNDEAN CHIXN. My mother Is now using u Cherokee range. Do you know anyone needing a new range? Who? Yes. Mother Is needing a now rango. Why should the Great Majestic Range be in every kitchen 7 There arc many reasons why tho Great Majestic Range should be In uvery kitchen. It Is superior to all other ranges on the market. Coat more to build It and a little more to buy it, but tho extra money Is well Invested as it secures a range that will outlast, two two to one, any other range on the market, and saves money every day It Is In use, because It consumes less fuel and gives better service. Its coming Into the kitchen means economy and best service. The Great Majestic Range weighs more In the same size than any other range, but there Is a reason for every extra pound of Iron and steel used in Its making. It means strength where strength is needed, long life, superior cooking service and saving of dollars In fuel. It Is a stove that ever? woman will appreciate. ERWIX CASEBIER. lire-time. AIIHI x i YOUNG CASEBIER WINS THE FIRST PRIZE FOR THE BEST ANSWER TO THE QUESTION I "Why Should THE GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE Be J Read what the children say about the Great Ala jestic, and remdmber , PHI7.K WINNER. In Every Kitchen?" ! : this week and get that $8.00 set of Ware FREE. cooks better nud Is made of better stuff. Many houses have been burned down on the account of not having a good stove to cook with. You need not be afraid of their prices. If you want a stove inquire at E. P. Barnes & Bro., Beaver Dam, Ky. It Is the greatest stove known. So If you don't want to he In danger you had better get the Great Majestic Range because it is tire proof. So if you want a grand stove don't forget to inquire at Barnes & Bro., Beaver Dam, Ky., Ohio county. MARSHALL McKINXEY My mother used the Great Majestic Range 23 years, which proved the Great Majestic Range is the best equipped Range in the world. It lasts longer and always ready for that Saturday is the last day of the Demonstration. One reason Is because nil women in tlic kitchhould like en Just us tdio iloes in the parlor wlicie Mie entertains her jniests. If j on use the Great Majestic jou will time, work and worry. mi There are nlxo iniiny other reasons why you should have the Great Majestic, it Is built the best of any ran Re on the market und will out last nil others two to one. It is tire proof and protects you from dangerous fires, and pnjs for itself in the saving of fuel nlone. Emmcrson spoke the truth when he said if any man ran write a better book, prearh a better sermon or mnke a better mouse trap though he build his house in the woods, the world will make a beaten path to bis door. Thousands of families from all over the country have made n beaten pnth to the door where the Great Majestic Range is niaile. PAXTOX CASEBIER. SECOND PRIZE WINNER. Because It requires less fuel, and takes less time. The food prepared upon the Great Majestic is more wholesome, it rooks .better, cooks quicker and looks better, and is better. The tops and door frames are made of malleable iron which won't break or crack, and the body being made of charcoal iron won't rust. Mfetlme service is yours when you buy a Great Majestic Range. 1IILL.ARD WILMS. The Majestic should be in every kitchen because It Is the best stove on the market. Made of the finest malleable iron and steel with duplex grates and the most satisfactory water front. In fact the best all around stove ever made. Wishing you great success in your sales, Yours respectfully, ItlRKHEAD BARNES. The Great Majestic Range is the best range In the world. Why can't people see the Majestic is best? It don't use so much fuel. Then It browns the bread Just right. All women ought to have a Great Majestic. Ernest Taylor needs a Majestic Range. LU.MMIE D. TAYLOR. Why should the Great Majestic Range be In every kitchen? Answer Because it is thebest to cook, and it is made of best metal. MYRON TAYLOR. My mother is now using the Great Majestic Range. She thinks it is the best kind of stove made. The Great Majestic Range should be in every home because it saves labor and uses less, fuel and it cooks better and gets hot in a very few minutes. GUENDOLINE CIIINX. should have this great Majestic Range in their kitchen. Over 75 per cent of household goods goes through tho kitchen and learns use. Uses less fuel and costs less for repairs. HERBERT BALDWIN. Because the economy of the house begins with the kitchen. That is why every one should have a good I highly stove. recommend the Great Majestic Range and so does every one who has one or has seen people cooking on one. The Great Majestic Range Is the best stove made. No kitchen is complete without a Great Majestic Range. Yours resp'y., ALNEV TAYLOR. OTHER ANSWERS. The economy of the house begins in the kitchen. That is why you should have a good stove to do your cooking on. The Great Majestic Range is the best that you can get anywhere, and you , can prove it. Mrs. Dr. Taylor has a Majestic Range that she has been using (or eighteen years and it is still a good stove: Yours Respct., CLAUDE TAYLOR. The Majestic Range should be in every kitchen because it is a good range. The range is the economy of the kitchen. It does not take as much fuel for It as It does others. Il Is made of good material. RUTH STEVENS. The Majestic Range should be in every kitchen because it is the economy of the kitchen. It is made of good material and will last a long time. It bakes well because my mother has one and I know she would not use any other kind. It does not take very much fuel to use it.. DKXA M. I'L'QUA. J lie .Majestic Range should be in everyono'H kitchen because It Is a good Range. It is the economy of better. It is the longest stove, and you can cook the best food on it. If anyone wants a Majestic Range see Barnes & Bro., the most reliable merchants of Ohio county Lots of houses have been burned down on account of the stoves without fire proof. So be sure and buy a stove and you not be afraid of getting burned down because it is fire proof. It will pay you to get one. So If you need a new range be sure and come to E. P. Barnes and Bro., Beaver Dam, Ky. Need not be afraid of their prices, because it will always pay you to get one. Always cooks FRANK DAVIS. the best food. Because of its superior cooking it means economy in it saves fuel, lightens the mother's household work, and will last longer than any other stove, and this means money saved. The Majestic Range should be in every borne because it is the best on the market, cooks food quicker, requires less fuel, has the best material in it, will last longer than any other range and Is a thing of beauty and a joy forever. MAURICE TAYLOR. -- qualities, and enduring qualities. It Js good in every way. The things 'will cook quicker. It Is made of the best iron. It is made best in every way. Majestic is a great stove. IjYTA HUNT. Because it needs less fuel and cooks quick and doesn't make the mother so tired, and cooks better and doesn't make the room so hot. LUCILE BURTON. All women ought to have a Majestic Range in their kitchen because it needs less fuel and cooks better and quicker and doesn't make the room so hot. PAXTOX VELLER. Everybody should have the Great Majestic Range In their kitchen. It is the greatest stove known. It saves more labor, heats quicker, Because the Majestic Range is the best range in the world. It is all steel, and sound. It takes less fuel, cooks quicker. It is the cheapest stove you can buy, and will delight everybody. It ought to be in every ELLA MAY HOCKER. kitchen. Because It saves labor, gets hot quicker, cooks better, and Is better metal, and It gives better service to everybody that has used tlie range. Lots of houses have been burned down by having bad stoves. If any one needs a new range go to E. P. Barnes & Ilro. Don't be afraid of getting your service out of tho rnnge because It proves Itself a good stove. The only place you can get a real range Is at Barnes', Beaver Dam, Ky. Don't bo afraid of getting the pay nut nf the rangp. RI'IIY BALDWIN. v the kitchen. It Is made of good material. It bakes well and does not take very much fuel to use it. HENIUE PORTER. the best and bekitchen look better. And every time a visitor comes and looks In the kitchen they say, Because It cooks cause- it makes the "I must have one of them." When I get a new stove It shall be u Majestic Range, because it is made out of the best of steel, it lasts longer, It cooks the best, It looks the best, It Is the bct stove that ran be bought. I see And everybody slmll tell them to buy them n now Majestic Rnnge. Every fanner I see ho says "How good that range cooks." So that is all I can say about the Great Majectlc Range. HF..X ARBUCKLi:, I leaver D.un, Ky, The Great Majestic Range Is the best range made. This range has the reputation of nil ranges. The Majestic Range don't use so much fuel as others. Then It bakes just right and cooks everything thoroughly. All housewives just ought to try a Majestic Range. It is the economy of the kitchen. LAURA FLORF.NCK TAYLOR. Because It s the best range made. It Is strong and does not warp and crack as other ranges do. They look nicer, and nre better, also, ihey are easy to heat up and burn less fuel. They cook better and quicker than any other stove. The kitchen should be the first place In every home. should have a Majestic Range and one will not regret tho money if they buy a Majestic Range. The Majestic Range will soon pay I hope everybody will for itself. buy a Majestic Range. CLARK MAHDOX. The reason the Great Majestic Range should be in every kitchen is that It is a better heater, It cooks quicker better wholesome food and uses less fuel than other ranges. Also it Is made of better material, has a better place to heat whjfer and looks better. VICTOR WILLIS. Bccaufe it Is so useful at working times. When people come in and the house is cold the Majestic Range soon heats the room. And It burns but little fuel that a person can afford to have one. .MARGARET DAVIS. Everybody should have a Majestic Range In their house. If It was not for the stuff we use in the kitchen We could make a living easy, be cause of "" per cent, of the household goods goes through tliG kitchen. The Majestc Range does not require so much fuel as any other stove. It cooks quicker and better, and It Is made of the best material. Everybody that has got a Majestic range should ho pleased. It is very cheap and besides you get a cooking sot with them and don't have to pay any more. I wish wo had one. I would be glad. If you want a Majestic Range go to E. P. Barnes & Bro., Beaver Dam. GILBERT DOSS. Because the economy of the homo begins In tho kitchen, and, because 1 i X t kC space. Below Is a list of names of children who gave good answers Hint cannot be published for want of However, we wish to congrat- ulate all these boys and girls for their Intelligent work and wish to give special mention to the following: Fred Puqua, Shclton Alfonf, Vera Huntsman, Christine Cummins, Mary Stanley, Rebecca Bozart, Bedford Robinson, Clin. E. Cook, Orvll Huntsman, Claudle Huntsman, Chas. Mulhall, William Burton, Mable Cummins, Gasper Cummins, Marlon Rummage, Hubert Peters, Edward Young, Lenor Boone, Estill B. Oldham, Ora Downs, Edward Hart, Tuell Williams. Albert E. Chlnu, Geo. W. Barnes, J. W. Craddock, Kcnnlth Hems, Pearl Burgls, Muy Sanderfur,. Davis Burgls, Cumpton Qiiinn, Wendell M. Maddox, Delbert Bozart, d Hodge, J. Cummins, Geneva Neighbors, Pusley Taylor. Wll-for- : J This goes to show that even It child can see why the Great Majestic Range should be in every kitchen, and it also goes to show that if heads of families would make no trouble in selecting your range. Come in and let us show you during our oouing demonstration. the same study of this all important question there would-bDo like children, study the range. $8.00 SET OF WARE FREE with each range sold this week only. E. P. BARNES Financial Risk Not All. has been laid on toe likelihood of the government toeing millions of dollars by going Into the shipping business, a course om which the president appears to be determined. The bill, as reported y majority of the committee, provide for the government going Into partnership with private Individ- AialB, but the arguments are of a Character to make private Indlvldu-l- f reluctant to participate. Ono of the chief promises Is that the will be able to reduce the unusually high ocean freight rates now prevailing. Private Individuals JUwe shown little alacrity investing .Much emphasis gov-ersne- nt 44 e L BRO., Beaver Dam, Ky. 'arm For Sale. 150 Acres on, Hartford and RoclUpor 2 miles from Broadway oi from Rockport. Sobooluoue lga of farm lyid church near. oa Three roads iwm dwelling house-walcIs on HarUtord R. P. D. Xot Moot of land perfectly tevat. Any oa) desiring to purchase farm will to JavesUeato. Price reasonable. Apply tor further Inforasation. U BAKNETT k SON, Agento. In ships, even with the, hope of tho high rates. Assuredly few will be eager to invest when the principal purpose is to reduce the rates. Tho government will have to try the venture alone if it tries it at all. It will be compelled to observe Its own shipowners marine laws, which blame for their inability to operate vessels in competition American with those flying foreign flags in normals times. It Uncertain- that tbe government experiment, If undertaken, will be at the expense of the taxpayer, not only for the inbut for operaitial investment tion. I But there are objections to the - venture of far more Importance than Attempts to tho financial risk. amend the Alexander bill so as to forbid the purchase of vessels owned by belligerents or by citizens of belligerents were promptly and decisively defeated. While there is no such a thing as statutory international law, usage being the only proof of what international law is, it should not be forgotten that one of tho principal provisions of the Conference of London adopted was one forbidding the transfer of registry vessels belonging to the nationals of a belligerent when such transfer was to avoid tbe consequences of a war already begun. It this should be held to be international law, the breach of neutrality. He supports transfer of registry of the German Mb view with much force. Senator vessels now interned in American har- Lodge and Senator Burton, both of bors would be considered void. But whom have given much thought to the transfer might be attacked on international questions, take the the separate ground that the pur- same position. Senator Lodge, for chase of such vessels would be sub- the flrfrl lime In his career In the stantial assistance to the enemy. Senate, hns threatened a filibuster This would not hold good against ugatnst the bill. He regards it as Individuals, but it would be insur- the most damterous step the country mountable" when used against the rould take. It there is any probabGovernment of the United States it- ility of the ni'vure Involving us in self. the Suropeou difficulty it should lie Senator Root, who Is easily the dropped At once. We tun not afgreatest International lawyer in tho ford to 'ncur fouh dangin'rerel Vi Senate, If not in the country, con- try an experiment which promises tends that government purcbaso of so little profit under tbe most unfav such vessels would constitute a orable condition. Globe-Democra- road, l 2 mile do-w4- 1 t. CASTORIA & Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S LV... I o TIGHBMOR'S f : Tuesday, Jan. 26, and JCnds Thursday, Feb. 4 advertisement. Every item contains something that will save you money. Its study means a profit to you that you will find in no other way. We invite you to come and come early, that you may be better served. CLOTHING. Our Usual Jauuary Clearance Sale Begins '' 6c 4c 5c I O o o We take pride in asking your careful cbnsideration of this entire t I ? ! t -- our reputation in this having the best prices, qualdepartment for ity considered. He sure you anticipate your wants for many months and then show yourself wise by making your purchases while the following prices arc to be had: $13.75 $21.00 Men'ri Suits $12.50 $120.00 Men's Suits $11.50 $19.00 Men's Suits $11.00 $18.00 Men's Suits $10.25 $10.50 Men's Suits $10.00 $1(5.00 Men's Suits . . $9.75 $115.00 Men's Suits $8.50 $14.00 Men's Suits $7.50 $12.50 Men's Suits $7.25 $12.00 Men's Suits $7.00 $11.00 Men's Suits $6.00 $9.50 Men's Suits $5.75 $0.00 Men's Suits ; $5.00 $8.00 Men's Suits BOYS' SUITS. $6.00 $9.00 Boys' Suits $5.75 $S.50 Boys' Suits $5.50 $8.00 Boys' Suits $5.00 $7.50 Boys' Suits $4.75 $7.00 Boys' Suits $4.50 $0.50 Boys' Suits $4.00 $0.00 Boys' Suits $3.75 $5.50 Boys' Suits $3.50 $5.00 Boys' Suits $3.25 $4.50 Boys' Suits $3.00 $4.00 Boys' Suits $2.75 $3.75 Boys' Suits $2.50 $3.50 Boys' Suits' $2.25 $3.25 Boys' Suits $2.00 $3.00 Boys' Suits $1.75 $2.75 Boys' Suits $1.50 $2.50 and $2.25 Boys Suits $1.25 $2.00 Boys' Suits t We still maintain 4 MEN'S ODD PANTS. $7.50 l'ants $0.00 Pants $5.75 Pants $5.00 Pants $4.00 Pants $3.50 Pants $3.25 Pants $3.00 Punts $2.75 Pants $2.50 Pants $2.25 Pants $1.50 Pants MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS. $3.50 $3.25 $2.00 $1.50 $4.75 $4.00 $3.75 $3.25 $3.00 $2.40 $2.25 $2.00 $1.90 $1.70 $1.50 $1.15 $2.50 $2.25 $1.50 $1.20 $1.75 $1.50 $1.00 90 $2.50 $2.25 $1.50 PANTS. $1.75 $1.50 $1.00 75 50 40 20 Pants Pants Pants Pants BOYS' LONG PANTS. .$2.50 Pants $2.00 $1.50 $1.10 Pants Pants Pants : BOYS' CORDUROY SUITS. $4.00 Suits $3.50 Suits $2.50 Suits BOYS' KNICKERBOCKER '. . $2.50 Pants $2.00 Pants $1.50 Pants $1.00 Pants 75c Pants 50c Pants 25c Pants - MEN'S AND BOYS' OVERCOATS. $10.00 $10.50 Overcoats $6.00 $9.00 Overcoats $5.00 $8.00 Overcoats $4.00 $0.00 Overcoats $3.00 $4.50 Overcoats $2.00 $3.00 Overcoats UNDERWEAR. 39c 50c Boys' Fleeced Union Suits 39c 50c Misses' Union Suits 19c 25c Misses' Union Suits 39c 50c Infants Shirts 19c 25c Infants Shirts 39c 50c Men's Under Shirts 19c 25c Boys' Undershirts SHIRTS AND SUSPENDERS, &c. 40c 50c Shirts 80c $1.00 Shirts 38c 50c Suspenders 21c 35c Suspenders 19c 25c Suspenders 65c $1.00 Men's Ties 35c 50c Men's Ties 25c 35c Men's Ties 19c 25c Men's Ties 39c 50c Men's Belts 25c 35c Men's Belts MEN'S HATS AND CAPS. 75c $1.00 Hats $1.00 $1.50 Hats $1.50 $2.50 Hats $2.00 $3.00 Hats 19c 25c Caps 50c Caps 35c 50c 75c Caps t. 75c $1.00 Caps i NOTIONS: Ac. conn i .. .!.... Un.wi T3ndrt?ffi?Tv8'"7""o nn 50c , 75c Iiidies,"HaridJBagrw?':. . .7. 50c 75c Collar and Cuff Sets 35c 50c Collar and Cuff Sets . , . . , 25c 40c Collar and Cuff Sets 25c 50c Belt Pins 75c $1.25 Cuff Buttons 65c $1.00 Cuff Buttons 50c 75c Cuff Buttons 15c 25c Cuff Buttons 19c 25c Brooches 30c 50c Brooches 19c 25c Tie Clasps 10c 15c Tie Clasps 20c 35c Bar Pins 19c 25c Beauty Pins 7c 10c Beauty Pins 15c 25c. Back Combs 10c 20c Back Combs 10c 15c Barrettes 75c $1.00 Beads 35c 50c Beads 20c 35c Beads 19c 25c Gloves 39c 50c Gloves 50c 75c Gloves 75c' $1.00 Gloves $1.20 $1.50 Gloves 90c $1.25 Silk Scarfs 40c 50c, Silk Scarfs 35c 50c Wool Scarfs . 25c Wool Scarfs 19c .' .10c : 15c Towels . 80c $1.00 Corsets 40p 50c Corsets $1.15 $1.50 Corsets SEWING MACHINES. During this sale we will sell the White '. 1 WOOLEN DRESS GOODS, SILKS, WASH ' DRESS GOODS, LINENS, &c. 90c $1.25 Table Linen 35c 50c Table Linen 25c 35c Table Linen 25c 30c Bleach Sheeting 23c 27ic Unbleached Sheeting 75c $1.00 Linen 20c 30c Flannelette 19c 25c Flannelette 11c 15c Canton Flannel ' 8c 10c Canton Flannel 10c Bed Tick 8c 15c 20c Bed Tick 10c Toweling V2c 19c 25c Toweling . . . 10c 12V&C Ginghams , 10c Ginghams 7'2c Sc LADIES' AND MISSES' CLOAKS RAINCOATS. AND $13.25 Ladies' Coats $9.50 $8.00 $7.00 $5.50 $4.00 $3.00 $ii.oo uauies' uoats Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies Ladies' Ladies' UtUlUii $.wj $6.00 $5.00 $4.50 $3.50 $2.75 $2.00 fO.SU $9.10 $2.5 Misses' Coats Mianon' Cnatu $3.00 Misses Coats SH.Kfl Coats Coats Coats Coats Coats Coats UillS 97S Ginghams 6c Ginghams 10c Cheviot 10c Shirting Cc 7'2c Shirting 10c Kimona Goods 15c Kimona Goods 20c Kimona Goods 25c Kimona Goods 35c Kimona Goods 15c Drapery 10c Percale 15c Suiting 30c Suiting 10c Ratine Novelty 25c Ratine Novelty 30c Ratine Novelty 20c Brown Linen 25c Brown Linen 25c Irish Linen 5Dc 15& 72c 7'2c 10c 15c 18c 25c 11c $2.00 Misses Coats $1.90 Misses' Coats $1.40 Misses' Coats $1.00 Misses' Coats $20.00 Coat Suits $16.00 Coat Suits $8.50 Coat Suits $6.00 Coat Suits $5.00 Men's Raincoats $1.50 Boys' Rain Coats 75c Boys' Rain Coats $5.00 Ladies' Rain Coats $2.50 Misses' Rain Coats $2.00 Misses Rain Coats $7.00 Trunks $6.00 Trunks $5.00 Trunks $3.00 Suit Cases $1.00 Suit Cases '. $2.00 $1.75 $1.50 $1.40 $1.00 75c $10.00 $8.00 $4.25 $3.00 $3.75 $1.00 T T 50c $3.50 $1.75 $1.50 $5.00 $4.25 $3.50 $2.00 75c , T T T T J T ; 7'c 10c 20c 712c 19c 20c 15c 19c TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES. i. UNDERSKIRTS. r0c..Handkei$WeJKUhenTrr?7'r. 10c Window Scrim 15c Window Scrim . 20c Window Scrim 50c Serge , $1.50 "Crepe DeChine 40c Brocado Crepe 35c Brocade Crepe 35c Novelty Poplin 30c Poplar Cloth 35c Honey Comb 30c Waisting 25c Waisting $1.00 Silk Crepe 35c Waisting 50c Waisting 35c Jeans Irish.Linea",1n5'239c! 39c .. Wc !$ll601aindeiskirtR?Jiri ..,'. $5.00Underskirtst,r. $3.00 j ; J . . 12yc Lonsdale Cambric Indian Head 11c 10c 714c 10c 15c 40c $1.15 25c -- $1.00 Underskirts 50c Underskirts' LACES, TRIMMINGS, &c. ,. . $1.40 Lace Lace $1.25 50c Lace 25c Lace Ail-Ov- .$1.00 75c '.40c .$1.00 85c er All-Ov- er All-Ov- er All-Ov- er 1 on . .20c 20c 20c 25c 20c 19c 75c 25c 39c 25c . .'.. Trimmings Trimmings Trimmings Trimmings 30c' Trimmings 20c Trimmings 15c Trimmings 12ysc Trimmings 10c Trimmings 75c 50c 40c 35c LADIES', 50c 25c 20c 15c 10c A MEN'S AND HOSE. wf ,. . :39c .20c aur.- - '. '. ' .50c 40c ,30c 25c J T T T, ' 20c :15c . 11c 10c 8c ? x X ' CHILDREN'S 39c 19c 15c 10c 7c SWEATERS, MOTOR HOODS, &c. $1.50 $2.00 Ladles' Sweaters $1.00 Misses Sweaters 75c 75c $1.00 Men's Sweaters $1.50 Men's Sweaters $1.15 50c Infants,' Sweaters 39c GOc Motor Hoods 40c 50c Motor Hoods 38c 25c Motor Hoods 19c 20C iMbtor Ho'ods l,,, . Hose Hose Hose Hose Hose and Half Hose and Half Hose and Half Hose and Half Hose and Half Hose EMBROIDERY, '. ' ... 10c During the anything In this department in the way of head wear at exactly half price. B6 sure to visit tills de- MILLINERY. sale we will sell 15c Embroidery 10c Embroidery 5c Embroidery j.w great line of nev embroideries just re- ceiyed.' Ask to see them when at the sale. 30c Embroider' '...'.. .20c ... : 7Vc Embroidery GROCERIES. jjuio vjtuuuiui. ouuij Bars Fine Toilet Soap 7 Bars Clean Easy Soap 7 5c Twists J. B. Tobacco 8 Largo Boxes Matches 6 Packages Arbuckle's Coffee s rounas uoou loose jqu.ee 8 10c 7c .' .' '. .. .5c 3c 413C " partment. CARPETING. 90c Wool Carpet 25e and 30c Matting 50c Matting' Rugs $2.00 Rugs $2.50 Rugs $4.00 Rugs : . . .' i ? ltotary Sewing Machine at the remarkably low price of $24.50. Other good guaranteed machines at $13.00. If you need a Sewing Machine, don't overlook these prices. ;....' 65c 20c 35c $1.50 $1.75 $2.75 ..,,:. $1.00 i '','. ...25c 25c 25c 25c ,$i.uu a. that our success has been achieved by the fair treatment, our are proud to say that we never had a sale that was not a success. customers always get, and the remarkably low prices we place on a line of merchandise of superior quality. If you are interested in the purchase of any merchandise, either now or in the near future, the prices should appeal to you. If you havenot been as prosperous as you think you should have been, we can do you no greater favor than to ask your careful consideration of our prices. Even if you are prosperous, you show your good judgment " wh'en you visit us. We will expect you to visit us many times before the sale ends. We We-realize o r t J.T ICHENOR, MM V McHenry, Ky, V' "'.. tU V i( DIRECTOR HOLMES MAKES rents has been shown, but the work thence up said creek with Its mean needs to bo continued to determine tiers to the beginning; containing the extent of the danger nnd how It .119 acres. Homestead, dower, and courtesy In said land Is surrendered REPORT may be nulllfTcd. XA FREE J Mr FREE Directory Professional Ohio County Illrkhenid, Circuit Court T. I Judge; Don 1). Ittngo, Atlorncv; W. P. Mldkirr, Jailer; E. tl. Ha muss, Clork; 13. 13. UlrMiead, Master Commissioner; It. T. Collins, Trusteo Jury Kund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, Deputies dr A. Ilrntchcr; Hartford. office deputies .Mrs. S. O. Keown aUd Ollniore Kcov.ii. Court convenes first Monday. In February and continues thrco Weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks; third Monday In Octobor, two weeks. County Court John D. Wilson, Judge; W. C. Ulankcnshlp, Clerk; C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday In each month. Quarterly Court Begins on the first Monday in every month. Court of Calms Convoncs first Tuesday in January and first Tuesday In October. Other County Officers C. S. Mox-loSurveyor, ForUsvllIe, Ky., It. F. D. No. 2; Tom Jllnes, Assessor, Olaton, Ky.; Oina Shults, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. D. ltlley, Coroner, Hartford; T. It. Denton, Hoad Engineer, Hartford. y, - i Many Accidents in Mines Caused By Electrical Ap-' Keep It Handy for Ithciinmtliu. No use to squirm and wince nnd paratus. In his nnniinl report submitted to the Secretary of the Intcror Dr. Joseph A. Holmes reviews the Investigations mndo by the Bureau of Mints to safeguard the miners from electrical accidents. Director Holmes makes the declaration that not only have many men been killed or Injured from what are believed to be unnecessary electrical accidents, but apparatus has Indirectly electrical been responsible for mine explosions and mine nrcs that have extensively destroyed both life and property. He further says that, through the activity of the bureau In calling attention to dangers hcrtoforc unappreciated In the use of electrical machinery, manufacturers have devised safer types of apparatus and states have enacted stricter laws governing electrical Installations. Much attention has been paid to the proper construction and use of electric and other bnfety lamps. Test havebecn madcloascertaln the coinpartivc merits of different tjpes of safety lamps, including their uselight to miners, fulness in furnh-hlntheir relative safety, and their value In Indicating the prehcnce of erosive pas. The welldeflned principles that govern the iuechanic.il construction of a modem safety lamp bate been largely exploited in this country by European manufacturers and covered by patents In this country. During the present earsome of these patents have expired and in consequence American lamp manufacturers and lamp agencies have been to develop new models. Already an improved safety lamp of American manufacture has appeared, and samples of others have been received by the bureau for examination and criticism. The bureau has studied all types, of safety lamps on the market and as a result has prepared a schedule of official tests to be used In establishing a list of per missible safely lamps for use In gaseous mines. At the beginuing of the year the bureau's requirnients for testing proof motors had been prepared and published. The work was ncccisary because no successful explosion-proof motors had 'been developed In the United States. During the year ouly one .motor was submitted for te3t, but this machine It is t passed the tests successfully.approval believed that the bureau's will estimate other manufacturers to renewed activity In producing Mich motors. In the investigation of the ignition of coal dust by electric flashes, valuable rusults have been obtained. Coal-duignitions have been obtained 'under practical underground conditions with currents of surprisingly low voltage. The danger of dust explosions being started by such cur st try to wear out your Ilhctimntlsm. It Apply will wear you out Instead. Need not some Sloan's Mnlment. rtib It In Just let It penetrate all tbiough the affected parts, relievo the soreness and draw the pain. You get enso at once and feel so much better you want to go right out and tell other sufferers about Sloan's. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any druggist and have It In tho house against Colds, Sore nnd Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica Your money back and like ailments. It not satisfied, but It does give Buy a botalmost Instant relief. tle to-da- y. 1 - SAM: IX IIAXKRITTCY. and waived. Deeded to Oeorgo B. Sullcngcr by deed dated dny of February, lSOfi, by J. W. and Fan-- j nlc Proctor and recorded In deed book 17, page 307. A right of way through the said laud having heretofore been sold to the M. II. & E. It. R. Company. Executed tlte within execution by going on the land hereinafter mentioned ami posting notices thereon and also by notifying C. B. Sullcngcr, the agent of the defendnnt herein, nnd by levying on the above described property owned by the defendant, George Sullcngcr. Terms: G months bond with good security. This the 4th day of December, 1911. S. O. KEOWN. S. O. C. By S. A. BRATCHER, D S. Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KT. WU1 pmotlce his prirf-tstIn UsU and ftdjoiulnc countie. ConiuwroJsJ and Criminal fraction a Specialty. on , I or ' Memoirs of Napoleon ; Barnes Mtr. & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith Three Volumes This man caused the last general European war. Mis pergonal memoirs, u ritten by hU secretary. Baron Do Mencval, arc full of the mo-- t absorbing incidents e;.pecijlly in view of the preent great Huro-pea- n struggle. Jmt a hundred cart ago, hi ambi-liobathed the Continent in a mm of blood. France alone, under hi leaderfought Germany, Kimia, Austrin, ship, Italy, and Great Britain and Dangers of n Cold. Pursuant to an order of sale made I)o you klrow that of all the minor on the 26th day of November, 1914, by the District Court of the United ailments colds nrc by far the most It Is not the colds themStates, for the Western District of dangerous? Kentucky, Owensboro Division, the selves that you need to fear, but the undersigned, as Trustee of James J. serious diseases that they so often lead to. For that reason every cold Ilolton. Bankrupt, will on should be gotten rid of with the 1." Monday, February 1, 10 at the Court House door In Hartford least possible delay. To accomplish Ky., at 12 o'clock, noon, proceed to this you will find Chamberlain's sell at public auction to the highest Cough Remedy of great help to you. bidder on the terms stated below, It loscns a cold, relieves the lungs, the following real property belong- aids expectoration and enables the system to throw off the cold. For ing to the estate of said bankrupt: A certain tract of land lying In sale by all dealers. Ohio county. Kentucky, on the wa- i ters of Rough river, containing 210 acres, bore or less, and being the YOU same tract of land sold and conveyed to the said James J. Bolton, by D. i L. Sharp and Mona Sharp, his wife, by a deed dated May 31. 1910, and recorded In the office of the Clerk of Treatment the Ohio County Court, in Deed Book for WEAK 3S at page 290. W. H. It i rum and C. aunoiuioe tili.it thoy have fornii-- a ptirUiotatiip for bha frTtieral prne-Uc- e of law, excrpt orLmloal and dtvv oasos. Sir. Bosiiu twlng County Avr-n-- y U ptivntal from practicing wc ocia-js- . Sir. Barnes wJH liulivIdaaJI; In aociyit such practloo. Ofilcui Hartford Republican building, Hartford, K- -. m JUSTICES' COURTS. w, Get these Memoirs Free lishers of COLLIER'S, l'lte Nation it WeeUy, wc arc enabled to oiler a lime ited number of these sen of the Memoir of Napoleon free with, a tear's subinption lo Collier s and ihU paper. Thcelfer isstrutly limit "d to get advantage of it you must act promptly. three-volum- By special arrangement with the pub- S WILL TAKE OUR Sherlock Holmes Stories Exclusively in Collier's ! FREE LUNGS Terms; Said real property will be sold for d d In three cash, d in slv months. months, and For the deferred payments the trustee will take bonds with good security, payable to the Trustee, bearing 6 per cent interest from date of sate until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment, with a lien retained on the property as additional security. It will be sold free of liens, evcept for taxes for the year 1915, and all valid liens are transferred to the proceeds. The sale will be subject to the approval of the court. The purchaser must be prepared to d make the cash payment and execute the deferred purchase money bonds Immediately following sale, or the property will be resold at once. CEINTRAL TRUST COMPANY OP OWENSBORO, KY., Trustee. one-thirone-thirone-thirone-thir- iMmr run-dow- n In the 5 if flock Holme ttniei L l cr'j will t pnntH e.Juive.r iS Kur Th "Lit nln I'e" p tftutW if will eeir week, ii trta piojjrj?htc scMion vt Collier' The ltnpt fiction riiti itl a;vtjr rub wert in Vit story and erlal form. MjrL Sjllivn'i Hnnt, t'lMnUU nJ wllelr quote J Curtment on Cmgroj ill continue to be All 19)5 4n pi'iiri or eJuivj leauie CONSUMPTION Special Offer to ourReadcrs 1 ITR Your ovn b me piper a .4 t, 1 Sitlonal Weekly, tojcincr u, t th tatee volurie f Njpolroi't Mcmntrv all if iVc j M 61 for the prUe if Collier's alone plas te tn ,ver l cf iiitLtnt ani tMppinf Mm.hmt. H j ar i) senJ your orJer to tMJ , .? n alreaiy mbwriber, n ub cr it n ill bj t fnif Jfor oneyearlfomH ptac itJ.reof ci?irmoi, Cf If you mention this paper we will send you a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for feeling, coughs, pains that tired, in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak lungs or consumption. LOCK 80X fits OHIO MEDICAL CO. C01UMBUS, 0. te 0 ot COLLIER'S Hartford Kepubtlcnn. $2,501;. .;, 'Mpm.in.TiUd i j,,lfeh, vo.m.e WJM E TheTtirice-a-WeeAND PROCU3CO ... j k Edition tir '..rlr...T. iiik ' v" OEFSNOED. SfndnuxW.1.i.in.1- ffBrtr., '-. Of The lew York World I cusrritflU eta, IN ALL COUNTRIES. Bustwsi direct x.it Washington taxes ttmfA wnijncf uhu iy jt Patent ind l.ifrl.ngtmtnt Practic tKlussraiy. Wrlta or com to iu at 110 Eljhth Btnat, mr Unltad Bute fatant OCoa, I D. C. WASHUHGTON. l'rjvtli'ally a IMIly at The Price of a Veekl. Xo other Newipupcr in the World Gives .so Much it p Low Price. K 'J'' Prompt Action Will Stop Your Cougli. When you first catch a cold (often indtcated by a sneeze or cough), break It up at once. The idea that "It doca not matter" often leads to serious complications. The remedy which Immediately and easily penetrates the lining of the throat is the kind Dr. King's New Discovdemanded. ery soothes the irritation, loosens the phlegm. You feel better at once. "It seemed to roach the very spot of my Cough" Is one of many honest tes1 timonials. 50c at your druggist. SEEDS9 WOMB'S mmko you oar SEEDS SUCCEED t !W SPECIAL OFFER:will balM Atrial MM U W ami . nwirtifMut-- i VrlT. ralHctlon ' ttt T'lTl-l-- il Ur.12klnlflTa.at. 11 tt nnMt i Taraifc 7 tnirndld t li... a nou ntia. 1 ai"f'-"ri- " kik u Taricif la all. liVAiaAIiabt.V to-da- y; thw.BMtana. Mruuneat eu&tomer. ' ' Write Mention this Paper. AV MAaAMAAaaw o SEND 10 CENTS i colMCi too to wrt posUf and i Cough Medicine for Chililien. Never give a child a cough medicine that contains opium in any form. When opium is given other and more BAD serious diseases may follow. Long experience has demonstrated that Restored To Health by Lydia there Is no better or safer medicine for coughs, colds and croup In chil. Pinkham's Vegetadren than Chamberlain's Cough Remble Compound. edy. It is equally valuable for ad" We nave great ults. Try it. It contains no opium Mortpclier, Vt. in your remedies. I was very ir or otier harmful drug. For sale by ' ' Oa !,,.:' regular and was all dealers. tired and sleepy all the time, would have Sheriff's Sale. cold chills, and my By virtue of an execution Issued hands and feet would bloat My stomach from the Ohio Circuit Court In the bothered me, I had suit ot Black & Birkhead. Plff., vs. pain in my side and George Sullenger and C. B. Sullen-ge- r, a bad headache most Defts., wherein plaintiff was of the time. Lydia given a judgment for $65 with InE. Pinkham's Vege6 per cent from the 27 day table Compound has terest at done me lots of good of December, 1!U2 and the further and 1 now feel fine. I am regular, my sum of $Si9fl costs. I or one of my stomnth is better and my pains have all deputies, will offer for sale, at pie left me. You can use ny name if you court house door la Hartford, Ky., like. 1 am proud of what your reme- on Monday, February 1, 1915, about dies have done for me. " Mrs. Mary one o'clock p. hi, the following de Gautmer, 21 Ridgo 3U, Montpelier, Vt. scribed property, or so much thereAn Honest Dependable MeiUclno of us Is necessary to cover plaintiff's debt, interest and cost: It must be tJiuittcd by every intelligent person, that n med'-fin- e A parcel ot land situated on the could not It vu and grow in popularity waters of Rough Creek, In Ohio hold County, Ky , being lot No. f jr ecrly forty years, and in the a record for thousands upon thousands allotment of land between M. A. Pink-ham- 's of actual cures, .u has Lydia E. Vegetable Compound, without Combs and Fannie Duke In the Ohio potseatlnfj f'reat virtue and actual Circuit Court, and bounded as folworth. Such medicines must bo looked lows: Beginning at three beeches, urcn and termed both standard anil M. A. Comba' corner on Rough creek: dependable by every thinkiug person, "thence with her lino north 220 poles If you hav the blightwl doubt !t0 a stone and wamut: thence south that Lydia E. IMiikhnm'ti Vejreta.- - oay, east iu poies to a stone ana Iilc Compound will help you,ri to bugar tree; thence south 8G east 214 toFiydiuK.lhitilininMcdiciueCo. pules to a hickory; thence south 18 (eonliih'ntliil) Lynn, IIuHs.,fr ad- east 5G poles to a beech, ash and' vice. Your letter will-b- opened, white oak on a rocky branch;-thenc- e read and twftwered byu woiuuu, north-85- ' west 'i6G' poles to a beech and gum on the bank of Rough creek; mad bcld iu atrlct confidence. puVnfuj rcirthfTftlaasle poMTDKin lOfvuwr whb mj ntg ana riant noiv. uvaaiiiBi reru or mm, lanrariiTi,bwi uiu ui wool ruuiu. te. JtM vwttUM , WOMAH IN H. W. hsttn. ' "WSMSySLt . CONDITION HOTEL POWMLM .WASHINGTON, has been the most extraordinary In the history ot modern times. It has witnessed the outbreak ot the great European war, a struggle so titanic that it makes all others look small. You live In momentous times, and you should not ratss any of the tremendous events that are occurring. No other newspaper will Inform you with the promptness and cheapness edition or the of the Thricc-a-Wee- k New York World. Moreover, a year's subscription to it will take you far Into our next Presidential campaign. World's reguThe Thrlce-A-Wee- k lar subscription price Is only-- $1.00 per year, and this pays for 156 papers. We offer this unequaled newspaper and THE HAKTFOKD REPUBLICAN' together for one year for 91.05. The regular subscription price ot the two papers is $2.00. 19 14 The year . SPECIAL TO WOMEN The most economical, cleansing and germicidal of all antiseptics is D.C. 1L orAMcmcAN II bound, In a city whert'eood sssmt couatrymen. lut.v It Ufirriathihurtie( hoult taaPowhaUn.hud th la wanvHWWM.aM)B fair-minde- d, " to-d- The Towhatan is ttSati, ex. elusive, and restful. Its excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, IDth and U Streets, makes it a desirable headquarters for bridal, couples, touri.t parties, conventions, Schools anJ colteKcs. . The Powhatan 'attracts the topic of culture and ? Is proximity to State, education. War and Navy Department,, also lo man? of historical points interest, makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating pub' lic. The Powhataa offers roorai with detached bath at $1.50. 12.00 and up. Rooms with private bat's, 2.J0, S) 00 and up. Write for booklet with mp, CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Manager, As a medicinal antiseptic for douches In treating catarrh. Inflammation or ulceration of noso, throat, and that caused by feminine ills It has no equal. For ten years th Lydia E. Plnkham Medicine Co. has recommenced Paxtlno in thoir private correspondence with women, which proves Its superiority. Women who have been cured say it la "worth its weight In gold." At druggists. POc. largo box, or by mall. Tho Paston Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. A soluble Antiseptic Powder to be dissolved m water as needed. 1 Electric Bitters FOR KIDNEY,LIVEIt AND STOMACH TROUBLE k is the best raedklno ever soli ever druggist's counter. Succeed when everything else fall. in nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are tho supreme remedy, thousands have testified. u i Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aftAttorney Law er ad Monday In March, Tuesday alter ud Monday In June, Tuesday aftKY. HARTFORD, er 3d Monday In September, Tuesday after yd Monday In December. ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVRHV L. A. McDanlcl, Itookport, Frida) This office Is equipped for handafter od Monda In .March, Friday after 3d Monday In Juno. Friday ling Commercial Law and Collection after 3d Monday In September, (tenia as well ad other legal and lit Friday after 3d Monday in De- gated nutters. Practice In all th' cember. S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wcdnosda courts. Prompt and vigorous serlco. after 3d Monday In March,, Wed SI. L. Heavrlu's Office. nesday after 3d .Monday in June, Wednesday after 3d Moifday In Sep11 111 0 VI tin IS tember, Wednesday alter 3d Mou-du- y I T WlllK1llT1iV Lrumwoll, hi llHillorl, K. In December. 11. C. Tlelienor. Ccntcrtovwi, Sat& MARTIN STRATT0N urday after 3rd Monday In eucii , month. Attornoys at Law Wlnson Smith, Select, Tucsda CROMWELL, - KY. after I'd Monday in March, Tuesda) alter I'd Monday in .May, Tuesday Will practice their profession la Uil after 3d .Monday in August, Tues-Ua- y and djoiulu,; counties. Colloctlou, alter "d Monday In .sovcnibcr. Commercial and Criminal Practice u s. Dean, W. WedDundee. vigorous Prompt and nesday after the second Monday in Spoclalty. March, Wednesday aitrr M Monday service .Votari m office. In May, Wednesday alter 3d Mondaj In August, Wednesday after 2d Monday In November. Hen I'. Illcc, Fondsvlllo, Tuesday after 2d Monday in .March, Thursday utter 2d .Monday in Ma), Thursday after 2d Monday In August, Thursday after 2d Monday In Nopmiiptl oMalo1 la 3 ant w. otxaia a,TfMra alleouauiM..ir nj vember. THAT PA. lr,itaintiurou4iily,a our Den W. Taylor. Ralph, Friday aft(tnlS an i ua p jou w RliOMa. fr.tyl irojal. pholo Jf uaVl (jr FREC KVlct er 2d Monday In .March, Friday after on paUaUblll t) jn" prartlra. SUM- 2d Monday in Ma, Friday alter 3d PASSINQ RtrCnCNCCS. For lrt OllOa Monday In August, Friday alter 2d on ivOJ-SO- iTonubla I'tKnU arltt b, S Monday In November. Ssvanth Straat, WASHINGTON. O. C. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowyll A. Foglc, Cltyf Attorney; J. P. Stevens. Marshal; Court onatcnes second Monday in each month. City Council J. C. Her. Maor; R. T. Collins, Clork; J. E. Ucan, Treasurer. Members of Council J. C. Dennett. Capt. A. D. White. A. E. Pate. J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yeiser. W. H. Gillespie. Shoo! Trustees J. D. Duke, ChairThe National . Weekly man; It. T. Collins, SecroUrj, Dr J. W. Taj lor. and W. E. Ellis. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, South Sorvlcea Until this yenr morning and evening cveny first and Collitt't hat botii third Sunday In each month. SunsoldatSS.SO. Noi day school U:45 a. m. Prayer mootthe prire is S2M ing every Wednesday ecnlng. Rev. aiidehavcsccurrd B. W. Napier, pastor. a concesi on u hci c Baptist Church Son Ices morning by r.c can orTcr it ami evening every second and fourth at a still tunlicr Sunday in each month. Sunday school reduction in l:43 a. m. Prayer mwitlnr? morv uva ntth tills jnesday evening. Rev. A. S. Pettle, publication. , pastor, j Christian Church Scrv Ices every Special Offer to Our Reader third and fourth Sunday at II a. m. Keiosnirmt; the urru iiociiaii.1 fur Collar's ot and 7 p. m. Sunday whool 0:30 a. in. tlir new price, wc luve nuile arrancci'icnli ti Eldc: Gwlnn, pastor. fTer it and ,ur ivti pulillcMirm each uiic jrar GUirr'jilone. Tin (r the price thctaLcn ljranticenf jsalimilrj SECRET SOCIETIES. lf:r an mut prompilr. Hartford Lodge No. 675. F. and A. M. meou oer Monday night You Get ii Collier'r. What first In each month. W. S. Stevens, W. CMtr'$ it Ihs one lug, intlcprnilenl, frlrsa SI.; Owan Hunter, Secretary. t eekty of H- i- whole counlrr. Not ony ik it llie Hartford Chapter No. S4 O. E. S. hinitlioulc btit aA cititrn'a the whole fumilj il is alsollie meets every second and fourth MonAntonc mistime fir tiiini;i that a year's suhsciiption eivcs aici day evenings, Mrs. J. H. Williams, W. St.; Jas. H. Williams, W. p.; 1000 Editorial 300 Now Pbofcx Sllss Elizabeth Sillier, Secretary. 2SO Short Anklet Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knight 190 Short Storiea of Pythias meets every Tuesday even100 IUu.rralrd Faaturra 2 Completa Novel ing. Jno. W. Taylor. C. C; W. R. Hedrlck, K. of R. & S. $2.50) ww- -t Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. SI. J meota every first and tnlrd Thursitav Hartford Republican nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; E. P. Sloorc. RecorU Koopor. Acme Lodge No. 339 I. O. O. F. meets every second and fourth Friday nights in each month. C. SI. Bar-uet- t, Noble Grand; W. R. Hedrlck, Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. meats every second and fourth Sat- unaay nights In each month. Tom Williams, Council Commander; W. C. feCAM. rarrraiu Wallace. Clerk. . ., . !. flHr,,4 lm ...I. s Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. SI., Sold In neatly I every city and town inyearJ. United States moots every first and third Friday K rchabilitr nearly 40 the an nights In each month. Sirs. Attya p Canada, or by mail direct. More mid llua any other make. Send ior tree catalogue Griffin, Lady Commander; Sirs. H. McCAUS MAGAZINE E. Sllschkc, Lady Record Keeper. More auhsrrihrra thin an.. nfi. r..Ll. Koystono Chapter No. 110, R. A. on a month. Invaluable. Lat. SI., moots every thtrU Saturday night pattern!, dresamaUnr, millinery, lancy needlework, (nugatlna-milliIn each month. John T. Sloore High good atoriei, etc. Only SO cenU a Priest; W. S. TInsley, Socretary. diuhle), including a free pattern. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. i,.uki(ub iwi, vt aenu ior sarapi oapv. HvnMnFBntf. IMnnrrunrrc State Officers President. J. 11. bring Princeton, Ky.; Vice PresU I to Agents. Pott-i- t oflera. premium catalogue and new cash price Address dent, J. 11. Burnoy, Sluhlqnberg Co.; IV. Secretary & Treas., S. B. Robertson, IU HcCAU CO, 231 ta Zta J7ta SL, NEW TOUIt n, Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. H. Hartford, Ky. Slembera State Executive Board-B- en Watson, Webster county; J. ,W. ano CURE Dunn, Davies3 county; Hqnry Pltle, LUNGS Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin ciun-tC. G. Davenportt, Warren county. WITH Ohio County Officers S. L. StevHenry Plrtlei ens, President; S. E. Bennett, Treasured. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Osna Shults, Chairman, tyartford, Ky. PltirR -rilK aHAMiiAus TrUIto a ir 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford. 'Ky. trOi.11 lotto rm 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordavllle, Ky. MB AaTHMTAHDLtWH.TlWJBLE8. 3. Ira Bozartb, Oiaton,Ky. a VAKAXTXSO SAXXSr, 4. H. O. Autry,' Baiz&own, Ky. 5. E. G. Austin, Prentiss. acoKar xxstrnivw. 6. J. L. BrownVRockpdrt, Ky. ARTHUR at D. KIRK a. TRAOC-MARK- ftf-- Collier's Colliers in Clubn ioii-necti- First Time 1 Coflier'..... ZvJ J- - m I Bal-mai- K3LLthe COUGH th y; Sec-rotar- y; If rm Dr. King's New Discovery vyun os t kT ' Children Cry for Fletcher's T lluvo Ahvnys UoiiB1,t, niul in iiso for ovor 0 year, 1ms l.orno 10 Kindlou zryjr, . ST? r -- ZT niMl !,ns ,,cc',1 !,MMl " M"nro Jl Ills Pcr- - &ccsuz Allow no ono todcvcivc vim intuu Casforla In n, lmrmlo.ss sniistltuto lor Castor Oil. Pnr-- . fcorlc. Drops and Siiotliii.fr Syrups. It l.s pl.'usliit. If roiitnlns iiultlior Opium, Mirri.lilno nor oilw'r miIihUiiicc. Its njro Is Jts Bimnuituo. It destroys Worm? nud allays FavorlHlmciM. Tor niuru tlimi thirty y,.rs it lias been in constant use, for tho relief riatulency, vrhul Colic, nil Tcetl,lnff 'd DIiirrlifKa. It rcisiiliitflM tlio Stomach and Bowels, U eMn ,,,nlty il ! natural 8lop! 'I ho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Frlciid. What is CASTOR I A Kubffi't x GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature ALWAYS CiTijCu The Kind You Have Always Bought TMt proceeds and costs herein, I will offor sale hy public miction nt tho ennrf limian lnn. In 11U1UUIU, Ull .... ..uu.. n'ui 111 ttn.ifn.j ... j Monday, the first day of February, 191"), about one o'clock p. tn., upon Mi,,.,!,,.- n crc,1U of 8,x montlw, tho followlnt? , ltussla. I'etrograd reporta Hint Property, .the Eleventh Turkish Army Corps "l09""' 'has been exterminated near Kara-- I t j Lruci ni innn ivmrr ntni lminf in Ohio County, Ky on tho waters of y frgnn. While tho mnln llusslnn Halls Creek nnd bounded as follows: has been repelling n scries of vlo-- 1 On the North by the lands of Mar-Ia- n lent attacks by Field Marshal von ' Martin; on tho East by those of Hlndenlurg, other Uusslan forces ihnvo Btormcd nnd tnken Klrllbaba Mrs. Wcller, the Hay ward farm; on the South by thoso of H. 1). Shroader on tho border of Transylvania, il'uss, have mndo further advance on and on the West by those of Alex Being the north one-hato ofllclal mi-- , Fclden. , tho Vistula, according of tho land conveyed to Mary Mitchnotincciiicnts. ell and Jns. E. nnd H. D. Schronder I'Vaiiic. In tho West there hns by J. I Miller et nl by writing of been brisk fighting nt many points. date July 31st, 1891. The same beThe French claim to havo made fur- ing tho land conveyed to Mnry J. ther progress along the coast of Mitchell by deed dated Aug. 19, 1893, Flanders. Scvero fighting has also and recorded In Commissioner's deed book "H", page 470, Ohio County occurred In the region of Arras. Clerk's Office, or sufficient thereof to . Emperor William, who produco the sums of money ordered witnessed the battle north of Sols-son- s to bo made. Tho purchaser will be required to iu which the French were driven back across the Alsne, decorated executo bond with approved security on the field Gen. von I.ochow and Immediately after sale. This 12th day of January, 1915. Lieut Gen. Wishtira, who commandEltNEST E. BIRKHEAD, ed the victorious troops. The GerMaster Commissioner. man official statement estimates the HEAVIHN & KIRK, Attorneys. losses of the Allies since they com. menced their offensive four weeks ago at 150,000. Deafness Cannot Be Curetf LATEST WAR NEWS! fer J to-wl- t: HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions! Mrs. Bullock Gave I had gotten so nr-m- and I gave up In weak I could not stand, despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Up irl Despair. Came Husband lf to Rescue. Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it. From the very firs! dose, I could tell it was helping me. 1 can now walk two miles without its an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing ali ..:y work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Uettie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up In despair. Try" years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped Catron, Kyv-- In (ci-niatiy- more than a million women, in its SO while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should (Ills time, I could only sit up for a little all. in my left side. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what The doctor was called In, and his treat it will do. Ask him. He will recom- ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: Chattanooga Meilclne Co., Ladle soon confined to my bed again. After AJvlsoryDept.. Chattanooga. Tenn., for Special I instructions en your case and 64page bonk. Home) that, nothing seemed to do m'e any good. Treataunt far Women," seat in plain wrapper. J4 In Use For Over eturauw CQaSS-AII- TT ISUasiar TWCCT. 30 Years mw roust CUT. Tuesday. The reply of the British KiiKlnntl Government Is expected today In regard to the request of the United States that the Dae In be permitted to make a trip with cotton to Germany without the voyage being taken as a precedent. Dispatches Hay the request has aroused bitter feeling inv England. Starck Pianos No Monow inAdvnnce SaliHfno Uoa Guar LovreasfNet Turkey In a dispatch from Athens It Is stated that Adrlanoplc, the most Important city in European Turkey, has been abandoned by the Turkish garrison. France Following the blowing up of an ammunition depot caused by the bursting of a shell, that part of the village of La Botsselle occupied by the French troops was burned, compelling the French to evacuate tho town, which was later recaptured, says last night's official report Issued at Paris. The Germans have bombarded St. Paul, near Soissons. An eyewitness, giving a review of the operations of the French army, says the Allies withdrew more than a mile at Soissons, made necessary by the destruction of bridges. by local appllcatlona, aa they cannot reach the diseased portion ot the car. There I only one way to cure deafneaa, and that I by conatltutlonal remedlea Deafneaa la caused By an Inflamed condition of the mu-colining ot the Cuatachlan Tube. When thla tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It la entirely closed. Deafness Is the result, and unless the Inflammation can be taken out nnd this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which la nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucoua aurfacea. We will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any esse of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure. Bend for ctrculara. free. CO , Toledo, Ohio. F. J. CHENEY Mold by Druggists. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. 1) JAMES & CO., Plrst Class LJverymeti Centerto'wn, - Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. " TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, sBaaaaaaaaaaBaKBaaaaaar Baaa.' u P. A. (TARCK eftCaiDCNT Hastiest Tornm A SlOO to 832 OO PriooM nnloed Fa o( ory of bH JJAMSfiaSffgyra tislafj gawWfcgiflBrirStaaaT 1 1 Asa -- PKfiEgPheBSraan J4aVawwt35iJL!ifeSaaMBal Saving From Factory Direct Wo will ship jou a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial. In your home. Kocah tuyment required. All wo nsk Is that you will play upon, use and test thin pluno for 30 day. If, at tho end of thnt time, you do not find It the highest grade, swoctest toned nnd (Incut piano In every way, that you have ever seen tliu money, vou aro at uerfecti.,-iiImtiv tn- ami it Kirir nmi ... tviu in ...- -. h -, ......... -...:.: - . s.. .formij-:......i:.i. ..- j. 1113- omrcK ..7 i iu- ii.isni wmi nuya. i'iano must maKo good wnn 10U, -:..W 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL IWZl Easy Payminlt Tou pay no rt.li diwn, but after 30 dayi of trial, you can begin payment on the tow. eat, raaicat tenni ever auggestrd by a piano manufacturer. Theae terma are arranged to auit your convenience, and It la possible for you to tn-a pluno for jour'home, without irlnlrg th? miney. , Austria The Austrian losses, said to have been taken from official cast ualty to 877,107. lists,-amoun- ...VI C m. (IU MIV! Stv. $150.00 r Mtrt xt plaro. We ship "direct to you Irom our factory, print that sate you upwards ot 1150.03 In the cf our piano. We guarantee to furnish jou a Letter piano for Itie money than you ran ccure elaewhrre. Vou are assured of reclvinir a aatlifactorr awert toned durable hlirli irraile it causes by those In a position 0 Frai Muslt to know; for instance, the President WHY NOT MAKE A MONTH LfSSwHS . Steinway 92.00 said last June that the trouble was Chickering 90.00 To erery purchaser ot Plant psychological, which means It Is In ' Startle Pfanoa, we give free Brnd today tor our new a Week, almost SIO.00 Day Kimball 95.00 , muile lesmns. In one ot piano the mind. Starck 195.00 beautifully illuatrated you a the beat known tctioola In book which gtrea Belling Victor Safes and boxes Later it was attributed to the EuChlngo. Then leatona you large amount ot informaSend for our latest complete to merchants, doctors, lawyer, dentlats and can take In your own home, tion regarding pianos. This ropean war. Others not connected aecond hand bargain list. farmers, all of whom realize theneed by mall. Tbia repreaenta book will Interest and of a safe, but do not know how easy It Is toown one year "a free Inatructlon. please you. Write today. with the administration, but who one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of g 1343 Starck Bid., CHICAGO opportunithe best, clean-cu- t P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., view It from a different standpoint, ties ever received. Without previous experithink It is due to Democratic legislaence YOU can duplicate tho success of others. catalog Our handsomely illustrated tion Democratic inexperience and will enable you to present the subject locus- coiners in as iiueresung; a niauuer aa inoufrn Incompetence and the result ot misyou were pllotlufr them through our factory. Men appointed a salesmen receive advice and Instructions for selllnir safes, clvlnaAustria Tho Russians are said to trust. cotivliH-lnf- f I prospective customer points l If due to any one or all ot these don't YOU talking first to which It impossible for abefore someone else get to deny. Wbt apply from your vicinity bo the the territory have been repulsed with heavy losses reasons, the end Is not yet for the We can favor only one salesman out of each locality. DAILY BCTWCCNC f'nJiaPilaraW anUal I In South Bukowlna. gain anniversary 01 our. ine amp minds ot the people have not changcompany was celebrated by (aW., M-- r erecting the most modern safe ed; the war will evidently last eighfactory In the world. WideRussia The rout of the Aurklsh awake men who received ,.r special selling Inducement, laaassssssaaaasssssssssssssssVaY army Is complete, and the Russians teen months yet and the Democrats aaTttaasi ICJtC!v' aVssssssssslsssssssssssssssssB aro with us until March 1917, and rtiisrtil ltueceaaur tt&stt in their pursuit are taking many Onrontput. We ar amest since for every disease there Is a many thousand of dollar aaaaaaaaawaaaaaHli prisoners and capturing supplies'. " lamlna-ou- r ga'e organ liatios) cause, it Is a simple proposlton to but to learn all particulars', i Will cost you onfy the prlosj t reason that tn order to establish n UjWMllL- -l Thursday, postal card. care, the cause must be removed. l.'nglmul The German airships Ask for Catalogue 16 T. TH2 CZZXT Z: J505 which paid a four hours' visit to the 1tiU 501 f.l br.llti 91 f. el. C lnt.rs ")- .Jterwmc - - p .,'"1 . Laying It All to the War. ret.. I.foaiflaro.1 laryf !! THE VICTOR coast towns of Norfolk dropped twen"Ldud xalrnuf Ilia xutlJ. la ktv! Juuo I ..'. A strong effort Is being made ty bombs, killed four persons, In" "Oy cf Buffalo" MagnUcnt Et.amer. "aZZAVOZ'CtV-USAFE & LOCK GO. jured ten or more, and did con- again, under cover of the protest to My lattoDecl.t Daily CLEVELAND and BLFi-ALsiderable damage to property. The England over the search and seizure 6.J0 A. M. AniveCcvcucd 6.10 A. ft. CIICIIIKATI, (HltO ArHvo UaUala Home, Caaaolty 20,000, Salt Annually. Our N report that a fifth person was killed policy, to lay all tho blame for do( Ji o!T.l OlanJit.l Itallroait llckela Canailtan Puluts. . r. tt!.-.- r. ra l a'l Tulera .1 business stress upon' the war. rl!s proved Incorrect. Tho German of- mestic Ask ud llulL.lo rr.J,., Ul.eeu l.Uv.Ud va C. . 1!. a. o yo V llar! ln.ir..tl ..n r fee., UWrawd -r Vi.nd. . For such business as can be done rill ficial statement says airships were ,..t ..- - f.., HrL.1. used, while British reports Indicate under current condltons the war acts THC CLEVELAND & BUFFALO THANSIT CO, Clov.Und. O. "y-that one Zeppelin, at least, took part as a Tariff wall. It shuts out foreign W Ladies! Saw goods, to a large extent, and so saves in the raid. Style by Readis. McCaH'a , American labor and capital from the tweuers bulbs succeed. M.gaike awl Usiaf McCaU Pattene France The French claim to havo full effects of foreign competition in . OVER 68 YEARS' McCau'sMstaiUewlIs made further progress In tho region tho home market. When the war ' tff.il. tm ttmi)i New Buiuu. A. I nnekbee'a "Pull ot Life" Northern Crasaa EXPERIENCE help you dres stylMYALL'S MAGAZINE ' trial will maka. vou aa Dsrtnindnt euat Pedigreed Seeda have a reputation of "Jvearassl ot to which military ends this competition will be keener ishly at a luoderata ' tnnie,r. HatUfmctlon muTaUitoed or TOUT aucctsslul seed growing bchtnd tnern. It pays exptinsobr keeplu'j montr refimdtxL than ever. men attach much Importance. alant Ihs beat. on tba Sdvrtftir CoUecil!!4jLttt ficaaonabla Speclallles: Jou poatod Until the Tariff is restored to Its fashions In larmmevnmnBttrmG, iwm u BBANS . $3.50 nuahel clothes and bats. CO, r jtew. Mil Marl, un, ruM uu, muui, pp Cartlest Red Valentine . t Russia In Poland and Western former level and until means are ftWu 1m"Mu4Mai DaUsf!kl.,a.l.ss. Tuli. TsfiMi Now Fashion Dosicns, Tslls, faVtrsyt . Kelugee Extra Early I.35 bushel u each issuo. Abo Gallcla the Germans and Austrlaus provided for getting American goods IH WMft VHWU, rUaft Tally, VAatllp, lN:w Stringleaa Cretn Pod t.ta Buahel l jluableJuXonnailon Imp. Kidney Wax J4.50 Buahel ' tiVA.ukXTEXBTmVUtA.ir. Wardwelrs on all hoftio aud prr continue Isolated attacks aglnst the overseas without paying a tribute to WrHi4y Da via New VJhtt Wax Tradc Maimcb 4.75 Bushel M0mtloatMl4l Only soual mailers. r foreign shipping combinations, the lisa III if Mllsaar lfal Currie'a Rust rrool Wax 4 jo Bushel Dcuaris Russian lines. rn. . VA.r EIND3S CBINTi iJlwlh. COPYRiaHTS Ao. PBA8. a frro patteru. Buu- United States will not prosper as ffsaac .M ii.H.a: wl Mn tau HluW, Buahel Extra Early Alaska . An ron t,n(tln( a akalrh and deacrlptlon mar .M.WU talM nWi Mf.w Vf . rcriuo today or send qaloklr aarartalii our opinion frae wnetner au I tifMi Bulk at ru. New Early Gradua It should prosper. The prosperity 15 jo nuanei Master Commissioner's Sale. fur free sample copy. tiireullnn la pivbablr P0(iilai(l,.ComrnunlCA. raiwaa w a., aw M w sums. Iloraford'a Market Garden Ij.50 Bushel strict) t conodeutial. HANWW on I'atenU w li Ml tlona I Xa eeasaasssaraiwa we now have, limited as it is, comes Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky, McCaU raltsTsa will enablayoa tn make In your Buckbcc'a Lightning Expreu lyoo Buahel lUMi(Ti,I.uirtsSMakwMauii.criub.i aut (ret. Oldest aaencr for aacarlna patent. owu home, n tit yoifro.ru bauds . fateuta taken turouaa Muna Va. recelT LatHtK:. aUaHaaj, Toatata and a full line a Lola Phaup &c, Plaintiff, because it Is literally forced upon us . laUaa Tall Slllaa yourself and rhlldirn which will bo perfect i tvftoJ awtica, without ebarge, la lb Seeds, Plants and Bulba at lowest growing- - price. In stylo and nt. l'nt'e--up- iia IMWcnUH. blither luau 14 by outside pressure, and not because vs. Send for complete catalogue or cubmlt a list f Lit. W. MM awoxyoaD. txt. ceuu Send for free I'atteru Catalogue. ( your requirement and wiuquote prices. Georgia Johnson &c, Defendant of anything done In Washington to Buy direct froan the grower Save Money. We Wal Cn Yaa fis rmants for foiling subN A hanoaomaly llrostratad weakly. Jr. scriptions smong your friend, txtydforfii Write today. Mention thla paper. By virtue ot a judgment ot sale foster it, as was done tor 16 years culailon of anr aciantUso Journal, Taruia. W a Premium Catalogue ud Cash Trtau Offer. rout aaonirttBi. awaa awaus pewaajaun. ot the Ohio Circuit Court, rendered under Republican business auspices. Tat aUlll CWAKT, 2M Is 1 4 Wast J74 Su Kl tW C Uighamton (N. Y.) Republican. KlaaaaaL Bal at the October IRitf aBsaBBajaa aBsa aaBBCfcafMat Saatal aFawJaaa aCklVM term, 1914, in the arusrsnterd for IS yean. Tat sjuanate has back ef it our 3S yeara ot plan experience, and the rent. tation of an old eatsbllshesV rerponslble piano bouse, Ettit mSmMU! Btarck riaao ll 2ni- - Rand larjalM NtywH4MM Tou will be dt Merited with the many ea clualre featurca of theaa wonderful Instrument!, and will be pleaaed with the very low prlcea at which they can be accured. aj market. t an4 f of all tinlirl malrra taken In ex ekanare for new Starck Piano and rlayer-rtaaoTo follow, tea; are a tew aample bargalnai Weber f 110.00 wumd-Uan- tare rmmVr ot atlghtly uard planoa We have ronitanllv on hind the beat and moat heaiitf ful player fuiioa un M Starck Player-l'iano- a are i.k rrtt Wednesday. Germany An aerial raid was made last night by the German aircraft fleet upon Yarmouth, Cromer, King's Lynn, Beeston, Sherlngham and Sandringham, the King's Palace. A Zeppelin Is aid to have been brought down near Sandringham. The greatest danige was Inflicted at Yarmouth and King's Lynn, whero several persons were Killed and of houses are said to have been destroyed. Tha German air fleet Is believed to have come from Cuxhuven, which would necessitate a flight over the North Sea of ISO miles. In an Interview Lieut. Gen. von Fulkenhayn German Minister of War and Chief of Staff, states that the Germans are ready to carry on the Hep praised the war indefinitely. bravery ot the British soldier, but criticises the officers severely. nuu.-bersbe- rs In Time of War Prepare for Peace. Champ Clark's conversion to the Protective Tariff ranks is In line with movement Aie that is seizing hold of the minds of American business men of all parties. The war has demonstrated the absolute necessity of American commercial independence and the need of a restoration of customs duties high enough to protect American manufacturers after the war is over. If It Is true that the European war is acting as a Protective Tariff, then the country should prepare for the time when, with peace restored, Germany artd England will again enter the world's markets as our competitors. American capitalists will not Invest their money tn enterprises whose success depends upon a continuation o'f 'the European war. They will Invest in factories to make the things we need here and wnicu we have heretofore bought In Europe, provided they are guaranteed Tariff Protection 'that will make prosperity permanent. (N. Y.) Rochester Times. "Made-In-Amerlc- a" OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican and Louisville Herald fl.3 1.76 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm 1.75 The Republican and 3.60,,,, The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The republican ana JJauy wwensDoro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.7- - The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 J The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. .. . 1.60. The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60' k' . Globe-Democr- at Twice-a-Wee- . How Long. frequent question asked Is: How long will this business depression last? To philosophize, we would remark that the trouble Is attributed to A di'f-fernt Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. $200 -- That's L ISO." well-to-d- o a Are-pro- money-makin- s jsmmnxf JL Fare's oo iTfvfi - 1 ,- -. ' l.Znti 4 1 .. -- p' Hi - ..l. 1 -r ) 1 fJ". - SEEDS ... ti-5- BULBS M IW . Ji Especial offer uu. AaayaMsM. jjTjnjra IftaRSHJP n, aBBBBBBBBaaaaaasV 1 aTWtVJa - WW . H. W. BUCKBEE aSsiaiijawisjirBsf ajaaartai assSaaaaaV. fasswxsawaiBsSBjB Old-- People Everywhere Say Peruna is good for Coughs, Colds, Catarrhal Diseases and after effects of the Grip. When I first knew of Peruna the lms-Bls- ts hero did not keep It. Now they all keep It. "I have lived In this place clshly-four ft where I live. I havo threo living children. Should you publish this In tho K aK pipers It will reach many of my old friends. You can use my picture at you think proper." Mr. O. W. Roberts, It. F. D. 1, Vox 36, rickens, Miss. Eighty-tw- o Years Old. 1 had a severe attack of fjrlp. I suffered terribly while It lasted. After my attack I sent for Peruna. My wife said I must hive a doctor, but I Insisted upon taking tho Peruna. and mndo a quick and perfect recovery." Mr. J. H. Prince, It. R. 1, Tuckahoe, N. Y. Elghtyono Years Old. Pinhtv Years Old. T Ono Vint! nxrvnus nrostratlon. r n tlrnl of trouble with! pain In doctor would say I had caiarrn ot nn bowels mid bladder, und felt like rheuma- - stomach and bowels, another nervous jivr. rlRht hip which llH-nWeak bock. Constipated, urine ness, and anotner enlargement, ui JUrJdy colored. Many doctors failed. liver. Nothing seemed to do me much, taking Peruna, 3 iiave taken Peruna and think I am good. I commenced up." Mn.Mnrtha, cured. I have pained twenty pounds which built me right bepan Poruna." in wclKht since ILouisville, Miss. Mr. Avery,2S Graham SLLeomlnstor.Maas. Seventy-eigV. C. Hemphill, Years Old. Eighty-fou- r Years Old. "I had catarrh of tho head. ComAKnut firtnen or twenty years ago menced taking Peruna and trained pounds. It is a great, medicine. was suffering with pains in my eleven trial would convince any one of A fair t rniilil scarcely Ret about. Joffrlon, ot pome Peruna and was relieved of Its efneacy." Mr. F. M. Louisiana. iiA nnlnn Aver since. Those who object to liquid mediused Peruna occasionally 1 have recommended It to otners, cines can now obtain Paruna Tablets. nd years I am a farmer. Was bom IBjijOaiVUiHEHPHlLL. ) ,,i board hung on tho door of every room showing tho number of beds within, the number occupied and tho number still available The field surgeon In chnrgo Raid ho always profcrrcd to quarter tho wounded In small rooms of private houses rather than In large halls or churches, because they felt moro "homey" and cheerful, and consequently mndo better progress. There was n whole storeroom full of spare rolls, each containing the slip, equipment for one pillow case, blanket, sheets aud shirt. This field hospital contained n hundred beds, but another hundred could have been set up In a few hours, for another storeroom was plied high with small, compact hospital carpenter kits, each containing nil the tools, and even tho exact number of nails In sealed envelopes needed to make a rough bedstead of boards, together with minute printed directions, so that even a novlco could put one bed-matt- ress JUNE 2 DATE FOR G. 4tJ OUR SCIENTIFIC 0. P. CONVENTION Lexington Recommended as Place For Republican Platform Gathering. In the event tho Republican State Central Committee acts favorably on the recommendation of n majority of its ubcommlttec, the Republican Stato platform convention will tic held nt Lexington on June 2. The subcommittee has also arranged that county mass conventions to select the delegates be held on May 29. Tho call for the selection of the delegates Is framed so that nil voters cligihlo to participate In the county conventions In 1912 are eligible, which woul include all those who went off with the Bull Moose niowMiicnt. Tho report of tho subcommittee was adopted nt a meeting In Louisville last night nttended by Col. J W. McCulloch, of Owcnsboro, and Col. II. Green Barnett, of Winchester, Charles L. Scholl, of Louisville, tho remaining member of the subcommittee was prevented from attending by death In his family. Prominent party leaders from over the State were hero for the meeting but the subcommittee met in executive session. Somo cxcltoment in tho Seelbach Hotel lobby was caused by a personal encounter prior to-- the meeting between State Senator Joe F. of Mlddlcsboro, and Itoy Wll-hol- t, of Louisville who o a candidate for the Republican nomination for Lieutenant Governor. Mr. Wllholt struck Senator Bosworth In the face twice before they were separated by bystanders and attaches of the hotel. Tho matter was afterward amicably arranged and both shook hands. Louisville Times. Bos-wort- h, Horse and Mule Collars We are putting in n stock of Har- ncss, Breeching, Hames, &c, all of the best high grade goods. Any one wanting a horse or mule collar should see our Scientific Collars. They are made of the best grade leather,doub!e stitched and made to lit. It does away with the pad and sore should- crs. It is a com tort to the beast and a pleasure to the owner. Call on t t f J f ? together. An International Operation. I was allowed to witness an in- ht teresting International operation here performed on n Frenchman by a German surgeon with the aid of an English helper. The Englishman was an ambulance man, who liked It so well here that he did not want to bo exchanged, and so was allowed to remain and help out. Tho operation on the Frenchman was of such a deli cate nature that Frof. Itottr, one of tho specialists of the Tenth army, had been sent for to assist. It con sisted of laying bare the none of the left shoulder nnd scraping off a small growth which had followed In the wake of the bullet. Every army has two or more of these rov Ing specialists attached to It, who motor to any part of the front where they may be required in consulta tion. Here also was Prof. Bockhelmcr's prize case- - a Frenchman whose face had been "sldewlped" by a piece of shell, crushing his right eye and nose and half of his cheekbone, mouth to one ghastly pulp. And the poor fellow, who had lain In the field three days and nights before being found and brought In, was actually recovering and able to smoke a cigarette with the remaining half of his mouth. The professor had performed a successful skin transplantation operation, and showed me how he was molding a new nose and a whole mouth for him. There are many French wounded among the Germans and no distinction was made. The Frenchmen with whom I talked spoke gratefully of their German nurses and surgeons of tne treatment they were receiving. Down at the railroad station a fortycar hospital train stood, steam up, all ready to take anotlier load and distribute it among the hospitals in Germany. i X I tir sa. since Williams & Miller BEAVER DAM, KY. 4 If "With the firing of the torpedo our exercise is practically over, and preparations arc now made to return ON THE WAR to the surface. The blgile pumps are set in motion to clear the diving tanks and restore our buoyancy. The horizontal and vertical rudders and Making War From Depths the diving planes are readjusted, nnd we begin to ascend. Of the Sea. "Very soon a faint green light pervades the Interior, and grows i -stronger. The conning tower emerAffords Surgeons in the Hos- ges, and an instant later we are on the surface, while the Internal-cor- n pital "Interesting Cases" bustlon motors come into action and propel us through the water at inBeyond Number. creased speed. At last comes the 'Open hatches!' welcome order. Ours is the nrst head to be thrust is it like in the interior of opening, and neer be.i juibmarind. Some time ago one of through the daylight seemed so welfore had the the crew of a German submarine deep lungs tbe wireless operator, for these craft come. The fresh air take In of the instead gave a draughts of have wireless installations description of a run in a submarine 'tinned' atmosphere we have been below, which conveys an admirable impres- breathing slnco we went oxygen and and which, In spite of the sion of the conditions under which purifying apparatus, still leaes much operate: Uicsc crafts The electric lamps "The sea is calm. Our hull is now to be desired. dimly and give but a submerged, and the water are burning completely pale light In comparison to the sunas Japping over the deck. Another now floods the sea. It few Icet and the conning tower is shine which Is good to be alive and under the Only the slim periscope beagain." trays our position to the watchers on open sky apparatus applies to one of This thn surface. Through the periscope ih onp ires of Kiel some distance away the earlier German submarines. Germans' Surgical Work. van fco discerned. 'Five meters' (1G s'vrl) announces A corresponaent of the New York the man at the eplh indicator, and a moment later Tribune, writing from "The Ger1sfc meters' (19 feet). Deeper and man Front in France," tells of the fleeptr ve sink aud it begins to grow surgical work that is being done by Your Cold Is Dangerous Itieak It Up Xow. chilly. The steel hull is very sensi- the Germans. He says: A Cold is readily catching. A runsurgical congress An American tive lo changes of temperature, aud depth it is cold enough. would And the front an ideal place down system is susceptible to Germs. iIavb in tho Witrfout delay the electric heater is for the annual meeting a surgical You owe it to yourself and to others turned on, and it gives forth wel- paradise, where cases that are rari- of your household to fight the Germs come warmth. Sixty five feet is the ties In peace times arc the common- at once. Dr. Bell's It olepth xbw recorded on the dial. place of a day. And jou will come is One for Colds and Coughs. ji J earn mat we are to engage with the thought that in one respect loosens the Mucous, stops the Cough 2n torpedo practice at a target towed at least the world war Is not a dead and soothes the Lungs. It's guaraloof" the'surface by,a steam pinnace. loss to humanity, for here you meet anteed. Only 25c at your Drug 1 ah ipgjDow compartment, wntcn us- - some of the most famous German gist. d Mxlly iSfrves as living and sleeping professors and specialists accommodation, tho chairs and tables working in the field side by side IMPORTANT NOTICE Jiavc b$en stowed away and the tor- with their military colleagues, and pedo f'jsaners are busy at the bow tho result of their work and studies to be A torpedo Is taken from its on the mass of human material is The Farm Agency of the Conraefc, placed in the slings and swung bound to prove an Important tinental Fire Insurance Co , of to the medical knowledge. Into the breech of the tube. Tills Is (HfllcuU operation considering the In one ward of a base hospital, Hartford, Connecticut, formerly u cases, weJBlil and length of tho torpedo for example, I saw twenty-fiv- e represented by A. C. Yeiser, has nnd the narrow space in which the all recovering nicely after the deliwork has to he done and It Is further cate operation of trepanning the been transferred to me. I Also implicated by the gentle rolling of skull, representing only a small part have the Agency for the Record the lo.-it-. But the tube is loaded and of the week's work of Prof. Bochen-helme- r, the celebrated Berlin sur- ing business in the following the breech swung home. A pump fills the air chamber ut the breccli of geon, while there were numbers of companies: Continental, Harttins tube with compressed air. which interesting cases of aplMksland ford, Aetna, Phoenix, and Fidelity is l drive the torpedo out, while for from the peculiar which includes ilia, inUolIo lUeir has already been of the "field fortification" war underwriters, chiiKtU with tho compressed air In the West a very large proportion the business written in all of the wounded suffer from head uhitli propclls lib engines. "JVoai tho conning tower come, re- shots, and particularly injuries to tho towns in Ohio Connty. peated orders to the men In charge top of the skull, causing lacerations These are all old line Insurance of the motors, pumps and other or pressure of the brain. Companies. appliances. Suddenly tho motor stops Commencing on these cases, Prof. I will be glad to have you call Stand by!' shouts tho man at the Dockeuheimer made the significant ok- - pipe. For one moment a dead- remark: "The secret of our success on me or I will see you at your ly silence reigns, broken only by tho in the field 13 that we haven't time inuentlo hiss of the oxygen apparatus. to hesitate or talk It over we oper- home for anything in the Tin ii the motor starts uguin, this ate." surance line. time Mtti'hlnelike Smoothness, lull speed astern. We are E. E. BIRKHEAD, probably determining tho range of Ono recovered veteran being worth Hartford, Ky. the tnri'et " two raw recruits tho German organizIn continuation of this narrative, ing genius has developed a sanitary Office 'Phone, No. 66. thli Oeriuan added: service that runs with machine-lik- e "What would he happening if this smoothness, and yet it is elastic Residercs 'Phone, No. 41. were war? Supposing tho euemy's enough to meet tho varying strain bhtp hud escaped our torpedo nnd put upon it. MentalA Test for LUer Compluiiit illficoyered our pobitlon by the wash ly Unhappy, rhjbically, Dull. Tho moving principle is to convey of our wcrews, which even at some the wounded as fast as possible In The Liver, sluggish and inactive, depth iitlll make a slight disturbance the direction of home, so as to make first shows itself in a mental state n the Burfaco, and what If he were room for tho continuous stream from unhappy and critical. Never Is there pursuing us with a storm of burst- - the firing line. joy iu living, as when the Stomach ijir Aii ell? Tho field hospital which I visited and Liver are doing their work. Keep "At this moment there Is a dull comprised five houses in a Ullage your liver active and healthy by usthud from tho bows, und the boat threo miles from tho firing line, ing Dr. King's Now Life Pills; thoy iulcru slightly. The torpedo has been the lied Cross flag being hoisted, on empty the bowels freely, tone up your discharged aud is now speeding the roofs, as it was still within the Stomach, euro your Constipation and thy target at a velocity of forty range of the French heavy artillery. purify the Blood. 25c at Druggists, "knots. "We shall not know till later System could not have been carried Ducklen's Arnica Salve excellent for whether wo have made a hit or further than here. A small black- - Piles. 1 HEIGHTS a miss. j j . NEW INSURANCE AGENCY I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, Hartford, Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, Vht KxccIIent for Stomach Trouble. E. E. BIRKHEAD, - "Chamberlain's Tablets arc just flno for stomach trouble," writes Mrs. G. C.Dunn, Arnold, Pa. "I was bothered with this complaint for some time and frequently had bilious attacks. Chamberlain's Tablets afforded mo great relief from the first, and since taking one bottle of them I feel like a different person." ' For sale by all dealers. Hartford. Ky. VV A. N TIC 13 " '" CASTOR I A For-Infant- s and Children. Ei9 Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Signatuitf ofS ECKERT, Mgt. motors, but who would have no use for launches on account of lack of time and no summer homes. WMte promptly for particulars as to bow representatives are with and protected. Begin operations at once so as to abtaln tne full benefit of tne season. 292 ne deaier r a?ent in vour dtv and vicinitv to sell Evnnrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe Motors, which are advertised in all reputable SlBUvfl magazines of the world. This advertising campaign reaches thousands who have use for portable and detachable rowboat TriBB - EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN iVH m C7H "S When in Louisville;! STOP AT THE Vanderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and comes from the) best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should be made early." Place your son in this solect gioup of boys. Write high-price- 5th Avenue i Hotel FRANK ECKERT, Prop. H. $1 B B k. I ! Up, European Plan "Old Quality" ONK BTAlt AS GOOD AH UOTTIiKD IN IIONI) Delivered anywhero In MATHENEY & BATTS For catalogue and information. Box A. mon-ophasl- a; na-tu- ro hi the Middle West or East or any placo in Kentucky for only $3.00 Per Gallon Either In Four Full Quarts or Gallon Glass Jugs. Old Quality Is as pure and can be mellow as Whisky made. Distilled from the finest solected grain, assuring that wonderful aroma found only iu good Whisky that is pure especially, suitable for finally or medicinal purposes. Get our complete price list. Special prices made in quan- NEW For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. Feel rijrht all tho time. Don't lay off xrom worK ior (lays uy uuung caiomej x keeps you when pleasant Liv- on your feet, whllorelievingyour trouble. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't tako anything else. You can't afford Ver-La- USE LI V-VE- R-L AX THB SEWING i S JH MA.'MKNI OF v QUALITY. Jt w oE NOT UNDER ANY SOLD OTHER NAME. HOME ja i tities. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. P. R. Lancaster & Co. Mall Order Department. Ouensboro, Ky. rd P. H. Lancaster &' Co., Owensboro, Ky. find Gentlemen: Enclosed , for which send me, ex1 qts.; press prepaid, gals. Old Quality 1 Star. Name Express Office JPostofllce Eliminates poisons, cleanses Bys-te- not havo an cndlcaa chain of repairs. and, relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural'in its actions, sure Quality in Its effect and certain in results. It ,.,.i-- :-7 will won't be long beforo liv- - Vr-La- x completely displace calomel In evert home. Children can tako it freely and with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar0c and $1 in bottles. None anteed. without the likeness and ?enuino L. K. Grlgsby. For sale by I, H. WILLUMS, - Hartford. K it. m If you purchase tho NKW UOME you will have a life oastf at tlio price you pay, and will Ifg Cut Out and Mall Now. jpply at poo4 Polsoniag If you wauUaewIngaRcalue.wrlU) far oac.U'jo'!erfulol4 reliable DR. ear latwt catalogue befow you puroha.OKTRR-ANTISWTIC H8ALINO OIL.a iur leal Urttilaf that rttUrca als and bcl at Isfl Nsw Hm Swi ImHsj CtrHfi;itt; time, Not a llalaieat 25c. 50c. 1.00 4 tame - To PravMt '! f urn mrttmHmfim"' -- iiiiiiwwiw.' iwiwBfi 'r WLc7iMr Tfcr mm n nff