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The Hartford republican: January 29, 1915 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 hao1915012901_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: January 29, 1915 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ) Fine Job Work. VOL. XXV11. COUNTERFEITING Jlartfxrrd Ikmtbiictttt DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1915. No.2 whole affair, unci has tlio sympathy nCDIlUV A RflUQPfl ed to leap from cake to cake as the CUMMINS SCORES field broke Into a hundred segments. ADDRESS UL II III fill I nllUUtlLU of his friends and neighbor. OF .... IHspntchos from Pittsburgh say! Sometimes he was on a cake of Ice PRESIDENT WILSON which nfrorded barely room ror him- that Vertrees has nindo a complete, )J uUY I UilUtll seir nnd his sled, and at other times GAME UNEARTHED nnd final confession mid lie will get MRS. STEWART ho enyoyed comparatively satcty on ti long term In the Federal penitent!-- ! nry, but no one else In Hartford or a a quarter Remedy Congressional cake night came ot an acre in size. For As on he endeavored Ohio county is even implicated with Sudden Seisure of Grain Disto start n fire with kindling from his How Kentucky Is OvercomFailure Is Not Makes him. Vertrees James turbs Whole Emsled. The flames he hoped, would This nrtlcle Is not written so much guide the rescuers, whose presence n matter of news, because the ns Dictator. ing Illiteracy. Confession. pire. was indicated by the dancing lights main facts In the case have been on the shore. known and talked hero ever since the One by one his matches flickered President of Illiteracy Commis- -" arrest at IMttsbursh. It Is publish - , Washington, Jnnuiiry 22. Sena- and died, when Ltm,Io' Ja- "e.rl "' J;,n' SP Local Innocent People Injured by more to correct some false state- the last In the box m.i. uie governmental tors Cumuiltis nnd Lodge, Republic- flamed for a moment and then 'as sion Before the Kentucky ...cuts published In the dally press. ;(order for the expropriation of all ans, poured some hot shot into the snuffed out. He was ready to give False Publications Con, ((et. f ttheat' cor a'1 flolr. Democratic side of the Senate y Press Association. up In despair. However, he ransackThe 'Louisville Herald Wednesday "'"J8 necting Them. WaS, nln0U"ce1 most "expect-o- f in opposition to the administration ed his pockets and discovered the contained the following In the nature ' night. U naturally the chief ship purchase hill. d lust "parlor" match. Hud a correction of Its connection or by tllO newspapers Sciiutor Cummins denounced the dled over his few sticks of wood, he I topic of dlsCUSSloll The campaign against illiteracy ln IM. Vnr.ro... ,,H Kn,M, l wcoks ngo the nows reacha,,d ' AU re ",cl"'eJ to president's Indianapolis speech, prenursed the flame until the Are had Kentucky hns gathered momentum correction might have gone further ed Hartford that James Vertrees had ll ,.,l..thc be3t 8Prlt ani1 with- - dicting that "It will pass Into history obtained sufficient start to resist the faster than even its most zealous and"" In the case of Jesse ns he was trlum - aC?t u,u heen arrested and was in Jail In necessary meas- - as a lamentable attempt, of a presi- gusts of wind. " ambitious promoters had dared to Pittsburgh charged with countered-Ing- . phantly acquitted of the charge .by a . Ur ,0 PVC!lt tl,e mi Of gralll dent to forget the courtesy and digInn- - In tl. K,.,tr.n. f'nnrt . His two sons John and James hope. Within ono year after It start-- , Aliotit the same time Governstocks, which has been going on do- - nity nhu8 looked tor In one who already had In a ed lu Rowan county, It embraced from ment detectives made their appear-n..- f spite the earlier governmental meas- occupies t!u most exalted office in the small- - boat, started seeing shore but on the blaze eight other counties; In the year 1913 "In the confession of James Ver- ures, and to conserve the grain un- world." t hero to liivcstlgatc certain trees, formerly or couo'they guided the frail craft through it had extended to twenty-fiv- e Hartstories which he had tnld after his ford and Mook, Ky Louisville. 1'itts- - til the neyt harvest. He criticized the president for the open water and reached their ties and during the year just closing, arrested nt nrreit In connection with his viola- burg on u charge of passing counter- - J The Tagehlatt, however, Is inclln- - "whipping Congress," saying the pub- father's side. Hed It not been for since the work has come under tions of the law. The.sc men requestto criticise the Government "lor lic would learn that "the remedy ror and has had the champion? the beacon, Klnde never would have bills, he implicated Emory Jed ed both papers here not to publish felt $20 Its delay In finding out Hint the 1914 legislature Inactivity or dereliction been on accomfound alive and the boat with ship of the press of the entire State of anything about the facts as It might Schroeter, Is Hartford, as entirely Innocent of any harvest was only nil average Instead is not a dictator." The true remedy, his sons would have been crushed be- and the support of other strong and plice, who of a bumper crcp, as at first an- he said, rested with the people whon tween hinder them in their efforts to make connection with the shifting cakes of ice and active influences, it has extended its the case, according Investigations. further successful nounced, lines in sixty counties, hair the counto Capt. S. A. Dontnella, United ago steps and ltd failure to adopt long they elected tluir senators and mem- the boys drowned. Both papers respected the request. which are only now found bers of Congress. ties in the State, and in these Is wagSecret Service Agent. States On Tuesdny Louisville and OwetiR-Itornecessary." ing fierce and unrelentless warfare "It never "nterd the minds of the To the Voters of Ohio .County. "It Is unfortuna?," said Capt. papers published the story with The measure, which brings the forefathers," he said, "that an presagainst the foe, illiteracy. The brave Douuplhi yesterday, "that the nntne Prentiss, Ky Jan.. 26, 1915. war home to tne Germans ns nothing ident would think of himself as the serious misstatements. The Louis- or man like Emory After having been requested by and noble teachers and the faithful a Schroeter should since ville Herald and Oweilsboro Inquirer the djyt, of mobilization, reach- captain of a team made up of the many of my friends, I have conclud- and valiant editors have fought side bo dragged Into the mire. He Is ono ay that Vertrees gave Messrs. Emory es right down to the smallest house- members of Congress. They made ed to become a candidate for the Re by side this 'year, as It were; thfr of tho squares! men of Kentucky and " nnd Jesse Schroder as confederates hold. Each family, no matter how himCommanaer la chief of the army publican Is deservedly held In high esteem by nomination for Circuit teachers giving time, strength, talent In the counterfeit lug business. These small or him poor. If called upon to and navy, but they never dreamed Court Clerk energy, in uncreaslng effort and unCliff Schroeter, a of Ohio county. associates. -, men had nothing whatever to do with his declare itr stock In making this announcement per- remitting toll, attacking illiteracy brother, and Jesse, a cousin, got into Quantities below if grain or flour he would u"er assume to be cumIt and they both stand high In the 220 pounds arc mander In chief of Congress." haps Ihave no higher claim than to afresh at night after a continuous trouble on n counterfeiting charge, estimation of Hartford people. The but Kmory has always led a lire or exempt from seizure. Senator Lodge, grew eloquent lu say, I am now and always have been battle all day, and vanquishing it in The expropriation was determined his peroration. In which he warned one among you, having Government detective told the writer been born an attack in the homes of illiterates honor. Vertrees has given a later that he had made a thorough investi- confession exonerating every one but upon, It is authoritatively stated, be- that the proposed plan would lead In- and raised in the neighborhood' of when failing to allure the timid, ttie cause of the fact that in unite or all to situations either very close to war gation or this statement and knew obstinate,, or the misguided victim which I am now a citizen. himself." It to be a lie, nnd with no foundation warnings and appeals, the consump- or utter humiliation ln case we Ever believing in the principles of of.UUs awful curse to the school; Secret Service officials bellevo that He also told the writer tion of bread made of wheat rnd whatever. ships of any belllgernt na- the Republican party, and striving wielding the pen, even wbea all the money passed by Vertrees was other Hour showed no signs of de- tion and sent them Into the North for its ultimate victory and success. worn and weary, searching! the col-uthat Vertrees had told fifty lies about made at 733 and 741 East Market creasing, It and bad Implicated many Innocent and wa3 continuing at a Sea trade. of other newspapers diligently With this short record of myself, I Street, between September 1G, 1910 people. rate which threatened the exhausAt the end of Lodge's speech. Sen- come before you to be judged by the ,for every Item to copy that would and March 16, 1912, during which tion of supplies before the next harSeeming to go the Louisville Her-nl- d period Vertrees rented tho house. ator Fletcher of Florida, in charge voters, before the primary election encourage the workers and strengthor the bill, had the secretary read Aug. 7, 1915, for my ability to dl- - en the cause, giving space to the il and Owcnsboro Inquirer one bet- During this time he lived at the vest. The mailable alternatives open to a long telegram from Edwin N. Hur- charge the duties and responsibilities- literacy campaign for which adver ter the Park City Times, published rooms on Market Street and at the ttt Bowling Green. In a supposed con- Capitol Hotel. Occasionally lie- the Government were either to allow ley, president of the Illinois Manu- or the one that becomes the standard- tisers had bid and which sometimes :d fession of Vertrees makes .him say bearer for. tho Republicans, of Ohio could ill,bev8pared chronicling ..the.. the home qfJUs wife's family tho natural rlsejn prices to check facturers', Association, strongly the measure on behalf or his county. Therefore hoping and trust- establishment of each moonlight the consumption, which would have tll!s. aUHartfonl, but there Is no evidence "Many times I decided to quit the to show that ho carried on any or his thrown the whole burden of war association. ing that my humble claim may have school, featuring every progressive game, but my confederate Emory operations there. Senator William Alden Smith of your due consideration, I am, teacher and heralding each heroic Capt. Donella prices, upon tho poorer people, or tc deed that others might be Inspired Solroeter his brother Jess, and Ollle searched a farm near Hartford, own- expropriate tho supplies dtstt'bution Michigan got recognition to ask the Respectfully Yours, question of Fletcher: "Is tills the to be progressive and heroic, too; Simpson was sent to the penitentiary ed by Lou Bennett, rather ot Ver- at a price which was not excesshe. CARL M. TAYLOR. disseminating information, silencing, Additional reasons. 'or he adop- same E. N. Hurley to whom the pres.- for 5 years." trees' wire, and found a series of criticism, removing or neutralizing Emory and Jess Schroeter are pho- plutes for $20 bills. Capt. Donella tion of the second alternative was ident has tendered a place on the The Missing $395,000. tographers hern and have the utmost was sick at the time and all the dig- found in speculative abuses, which. Federal Trade Commission?" The Auditor's office reports that opposition, inspiring the courageous Senator Fletcher replied that he the sum ot $300,000, appropriated to deeds of greater valor, shaming, evidence of all our people. Jess ging was done by Mr. Bennett him- notwithstanding the patriotism of tho with typhoid self. It Is believed that the plates German people In general, have been did not know.by the act approved May 5, 1893, for the indifferent into Interest and achas been near death Senator Smith said he knew that the employment ot prison labor by tion, recrultng the ranks ot the faitn-f- ul fever for weeks and is being cared were abandoned by Vertrees when going on, disregard or the regulation and even drafting the cowardly "for by the local Maccabec lodge of he found that they could not be used. prescribing an admixture or ryo and It was the 'same man, and he said the State, In the event .that prison ' which he and Emory nro both honorThe plates Irom which the coun- potato flour with wheat, and partic- the telegram fitted In nicely with the contracts were not let atter "faithful and the unwilling into service. Most notable and valuable' servKmory is also a mem-bo- r terfeit bills were printed were made ularly the reding or grain to live administration program to push thru effort." lias not only been expended, ed members. stock. the shipping bill, as It was necessary but an additional $95,000 has gone ice was rendered in the recnt brU of the local Masonic lodge and from original bills by the photo-e- n Uantly conducted campaign inauguThe measure provides for a reduc- - to have all officials, appointees or the same way. secretary. The linking of their graving process, at which Vertrees Us names with this lawlessness is un- was proficient. It Is thought that he ,tlon ln the number of livestock, which prospective appointees In harmony. The act of 1893 provides "that the rated by the Kentucky Society 'of A recess until Monday morning business of the institution (penal) Colonial Dames, with Mrs'.' Gilmer' called for and does them a great in- passed $100,000 in counterfeit bills at the presnt time Is the greatest on Demjustice. shall be conducted as near as possible Adams at the head, a campaign as ho traveled widely, spent money record. Swine, to a large extent, are was takon at the request of the publications also credit Ver- lavishly and owned a largo automo- - being converted into sausage and ocratic leaders, who admitted that on the cash system and no account which included alt women under' the The trees with bolng a native or Hurt-for- bile. He was arrested December 19. smoked meats under the auspices of they were not making satisfactory of the work done or article sold shall name of the Woman's Forward MoveThis la also untrue. We un- 1914. but maintained his innocence the communes, which have been al- - progress In harmonizing their differ- bo permltte'd to run longer than four ment, and which had as Its aim the raising ot $20,000 for the Kentucky ences on the ship bill and desired to months." ea lo expropriate mem. derstand he is a native of Brecken-rldg- e untll Monday, when he was conrront- - i No information regarding the Ger- t se all of in a party caucus Assuming that tills provision of 'Illiteracy Commission, to enable the county. He married a daughter cd with conclusive evidence of his man stock grain as established by in an effort to get through. the law was followed, how as It pos- Commission to do its work more ef of Mr. L. D. Dennett, who is a prom- guilt the topic sible for some $400,000 to be expend- fectively and "to properly equip the At the caucus and honorable citizen, and who Vertrees was born at Mook. Breck- - governmental Inquiry December 1 can inent be obtained, but a high official, said under discussion was Senntor Hoke ed with nothing to show ror It? The moonlight schools. lives about four miles Northwest of inrldgo County, Ky." We are overcoming adult illiteracy that while It was adthtttedly below Smith's plan of taking the govern- Auditor's office says the sum of town. Vertrees had visited at the tho normal rate of consumption. ment out of tho business ot operat- money Is gone. How did It go? Who in Kentucky chiefly by means of the- -, Chump Clark, Protectionist. great .deal and home of his wife a Senator Galllnger, who has Intro- - which In Germany is about 320 ing ships by providing that such got It? Was everything paid out and institution originated for that purespecially during last summer and duccd a resolution calling lor tho re-- pounds of rye and 200 pounds or ships as may be required should be did nothing come In? Did the 'State pose the moonlight school;, and, the full. law, (wheat and barley per capita per an- - leased. of Kentucky throw away $395,000, district which has the largest and Tho detectives, under the direc- peal or the Underwood-Wilso- n Referring to the Dacla case and without taking the trouble to"flnd most successful moonlight school is or Its predeces- num, it was adequate. If properly hus dug up some plates and tho tions of Vertrees, overcoming It with the most ease' and trou and counterfeit bills which he had sor, couldn't state the case of pro banded, to nourish the people until other threatened International ought out whether or not there was any rapidity, while the county which has ble, Senator Lodge said: "We tection more succinctly than does the next harvest. return for such an exoendlture? un old barn on Mr. burled In of moonlight The expropriation does not extend to be protected, not only against the ques- - the largest number Theso nre but a few of tho farm. It Is not known wheth- Democratic Speaker Champ Clark In -i, i,n hr,i,i cfn to. schools Is stamping out illiteracy money circulated was made tho following statemnt. Issued over to grain imported from abroad, to International perils arising from the i.. er tho which the existing maximum prices purchase or the German ships laid ment from the Auditor's office. Doubt- - most speedily. In such schools illlt- from thoso plutes or not, us tho work his slgnaturo: It must nevr be forgotten that tho do not npply. Wheat In Berlin today up lu New York and Boston and oth less the statement Is accurate. How grates m large numbers, as wen as Is said lo hnvo been done in Louis-vlllI and educated persons. Importers, er ports, but also from the Intolerable was It arrived at? Wo were shown tho $20 bill consumption or products. "Made in was $1.70 per bushel. according to the authority waste of the public money which the il tho U. S. A." gives employment to however, The figures are large enough to can be gathered together. Here they by tho Government agent and even-niP- re Justify something moro than the can ue taught n six or seven it with tho genuine- - article but. men and women who llvo In America, consulted, must offer the Imported purchase would involve." ings read simple pages and to grain either to the grain monopoly announcement that $300,000 ho far as wo were concerned, they and to give employment to all men communes, Ln'.t Match Stives Muii Trapped On appropriated by the State has been write legible lotters, and In a iow both looked lko, t.o perfect was tho and women in America who want company or to the -Tho expropriation, while purely a Ice Floe. wasted and 56."uu. noinppropriuieu counterfeit. It has been pronounced employment at a rulr wago Is becora- Harbor. Beach, Mich., January. Ver- - ing a more pressing problem every 'war measure, represents a socialistic State, has been spent for good 'knowledge of these branches and can by the one of the best ever made and acqulrothe fundamental experiment which since Pharaoh Ono soft nosed mntch Is credited measure. A little more light otuthe acquire trees claims ho put In circulation jay, le Continuing, tho Speaker express- - probably is without precedent elth-c- s with saving tho life or August Klnde, subject would seem not to bo an un- - principles of arithmetic, the or tho spurious pa$100,000 worth 'or in scale or In character. Experts a business man ot Klnde, and the tlal facts ln history, geography and request on the part of his belief that if every American per. It was made In $10 and $20 who goes Into a storo to purchnso an .bore aro wondering Just how it will same sulphur tipped splluter prevent- tlio people who loot the bills.- -- Louis- oilier urancnes ns wen. ine moon gold certificates. light school undoubtedly affords the out. ed his two sons from drowning in vllle Times. WJille in this part of the country article could bo induced to demand ' work most effective plan for combatting Tho announcemnt was virtually tho chilling waters of Saginaw Bay. money freoly but did tho nutlvo brand, "It would increase Vertrees spent adult illiteracy. That we are over- WALTON'S C'KKGK. coun-lprfe- lt The match tho last he had kindled 10 per without effect on thp Grain Exchange, the output of American labor not attempt to pass any of the there has bcenllttlo trading a beacon that guided tho two boys Rev. J. A. Bennett of Ullca began coming Illiteracy through the moon- bills. Instead bo circulated cent., in twelve months, and give j ployment a series of meeting at this place Jan. light schools Is the sworn testimony are 'since tho adoption of the maximum through tho lanes of an to tho thousands who them among tho bankers and other ice field to their father, who 17 and closed Jan. 2C. Thero were of hundreds of volunteer teachers In unsophisticated of the largo cities., now searching for work, and feed price regulation. thirty-- , six additions to the church , their reports and the written testl- had been blown three and one-hagood and clotho an army of people who it was rcuortcd that ho hus u mony or thousands of men and wo- Good Salesmen Wanted by baptism and two by letter. miles from shore. i account In Louisvlllo and had aro now hungry or In rags." bank baptised men redeemed from illiteracy. These Klnde left Port Cresont to spear There were twenty-elgh- t original only effective J To sell our Fruit Trees ln your and The also purchased a fluo residence there. baptised letters from redeemed Illiterates, Vertrees' wife, who was arrested Made in tho U. S. A." niovoment is county. Best terms known to the fish through the ice. He took with Tuesday, tho others will be which aro flooding every mall, tell Steady employ-t- o him a small sled, and soon became later. It is that which made uso of Tariff duties nursery business. with him, has been released and When ho Brother Bennett left tooday for thelr own gtory ot their efforts, their provent competition of cheaper ruent, good money made selling our engrossed In the sport. she will bo eventually certain that gratitude for their While tho plates and foreign labor .from underbidding the excellent Trees, If you are a good glanced shoreward 200 feet of water Owensboro and then returned home.- Joy aud tlelr ucquitted. Some deplore 'their Brother Bennett -- did some excel- emancipation. Write us separated him from shore and a money were found on Mr. Bennett's home product, and the indorsemnt mixer with the people. lack of previous opportunity, declare strong south wind, which had conio lent preaching. . land, he had no knowledge or It nnd of Its identical principle by the Demo- - ' today for terms, up unnoticed, was during the Ice Miss Anna Carter wll close her -OAKLAND NURSERIES, Of course cratic leader deserves to be pegged. "In no way Implicated. If j (Continued on Eighth Page.) lake. Klnde was oblig school at this place Friday. field Into-thColumbia, Tenn. Philadelphia Evening Bulletin. 28t8 he Is greatly distressed about tuo "f: ....... - Startling ' '! " to-tln- soft-nose- Snl,r.r ' .,,. 8r"""e. ?' Ou-nn.- - State-authorit- o pur-chaset- he tho-edit- ors ms - vts-,iti- - - -:- - - - - d. Ben-no'J- ta .o,i semi-Illiterat- com-imni- "-- I essen-reasonab- - I ro over-changi- lf ( ' SHWWfc ... 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If you need a Sewing Rotary Sewing Machine at the remarkably MEN'S AND BOYS' OVERCOATS. $10.00 $1G.50 Overcoats $6.00 $9.00 Overcoats $5.00 $S.00 Overcoats $4.00 $G.OO 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 35c 50c Caps 50c 75c Caps 75c $1.00 Caps NOTIONS, &c. $2.00 $3.00 Ladies' Hand Bags 50c 75c Ladies Hand Bag 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 25c Back Combs 15c 10c 20c Back Combs 10c 15c Barrettes 75c $1.00 Beads 50c Beads 35c 20c 35c Beads 19c 25c Gloves 39c 50c Gloves 75c Gloves 50c 75c $1.00 Gloves $1.50 Gloves $1.20 90c $1.25 Silk Scarfs 50c Silk Scarfs 40c 50c Wool Scarfs 35c 25c Wool Scarfs 19c .' 10c 15c Towels 80c $1.00 Corsets 50c Corsets 40c $1.50 Corsets $1.15 SEWING MACHINES. During this sale we will sell the White Ginghams Ginghams Ginghams 10c Cheviot 10c Shirting Gc 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 50c Irish Linen 50c Handkerchief Linen 15c Indian Head 12 c Lonsdale Cambric 10c Window Scrim 15c Window Scrim 20c Window Scrim 50c Serge $1.50 Crepe DeChine 40c Brocade 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 JOc Sc fie WOOLEN DRESS GOODS, SILKS, WASH DRESS GOODS, LINENS, Ac. $1.25 Table Linen 90c 50c Table Linen 35c 35c Table Linen 25c 30c Bleach Sheeting 25c 27Vl!C Unbleached Sheeting 23c $1.00 Linen 75c 30c Flannelette 20c 25c Flannelette 19c 15c Canton Flannel 11c 10c Canton Flannel 8c 10c Bed Tick 8c 20c Bed Tick 15c 10c Toweling 72c 25c Toweling 19c 12V-;Ginghams 10c LADIES' AND AND $13.25 Ladies' Coats $11.01) Ladies' Coats 7'2c 7j,c 5c 6c 4c $10.00 Ladies' Coats $9.50 Ladies' Coats $3.00 Ladies' Coats $7.00 Ladies' Coats $5.50 Ladies' Coats $4.00 Ladies' Coats $3.00 Ladies' Coats $3.50 Misses' Coats $3.00 Misses Coats $2. Misses' Coats $2.00 Misses Coats $1.90 Misses' Coats $1.40 Misses' Coats $1.00 Misses' Coats $20.00 Coat Suits $lG.O0 $G.00 7ylc 7'2c 10c 15c 18c 25c 11c $S.50 Coat Suits Coat Suits 7'2c 7'2c 10c 20c $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 TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES. $7.00 Trunks $3.00 Suit Cases $1.00 Suit Cases Coat Suits $9.10 $7.50 $6.50 $6.00 $5.00 $4.50 $3.50 $2.75 $2.00 $2.75 $2.00 $1.75 $1.50 $1.40 $1.00 75c $10.00 $8.00 $4.25 $3.00 $3.75 $1.00 50c $3.50 $1.75 $1.50 $5.00 $4.25 $3.50 $2.00 75c $3.00 $1.00 75c 40c $1.00 85c 39c 20c 65c 50c 4 . 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 T 4 i 4 Trunks $5.00 Trunks $G.OO 19c 20c 15c 19c 19c 39c 39c 11c 10c UNDERSKIRTS. - $5.00 Underskirts $1.50 Underskirts $1.00 Underskirts 50c Underskirts LACES, TRIMMINGS, $1.40 Lace $1.25 Lace 50c Lace 25c Lace $1.00 Net 75c Trimmings 50c Trimmings 40c Trimmings 35c Trimmings 30c Trimmings 20c Trimmings 15c Trimmings 121oc Trimmings All-Over AU-Over All-Over AU-Ov- 4 T T X ' ' ., 35c Jeans 10c 15c 40c $1.15 25c 20c 20c 20c 25c 20c 19c 75c 25c 39c 25c 7'2c Ac. . er A 40c 30c 25c 20c 15c 11c 10c 10c Trimmings LADIES', 50c 25c 20c 15c 10c A 8c 2 4 4 T SWEATERS, MOTOR HOODS, Ac. $2.00 Ladies' Sweaters $1.50 $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 Motor Hoods 10c MILLINERY. During the sale we will sell anything in this department in the way of head wear at oxaqtly half price. Be sure to visit this de- MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S HOSE. 39c 19c 15c 10c Hose and Half Hose Hose and Half Hose Hose and Half Hose Hose and Half Hose Hose and Half Hose EMBROIDERY. 7c great line of new embroideries just re- ceived. Ask to see them when at the sale. 30c Embroidery 15c Embroidery 10c Embroidery 7Voc 2 X 2 4 ! X X X X 20c 10c 7C 5C 3C ' partment. CARPETING. 90c Wool Carpet 25c and 30c Matting 50c Matting Rugs $2.00 Rugs $2.50 Rugs $4.00 Rugs 65c 20c 35c $1.50 $1.75 $2.75 Machine, don't overlook these prices. Embroidery 5c Embroidery GROCERIES. 12 Bars Calumet Soap 8 Bars Fine Toilet Soap 7 Bars Clean Easy Soap 7 5c Twists J. B. Tobacco 8 Large Boxes Matches G Packages Arbuckle's Coffee S Pounds Good Loose Coffee X 25c ' 25c 25c 25c 25c $1.00 $1.00 J 4 4 4 , . T are proud to say that we never had a sale that was not a success. We realize that our success has been achieved by the fair treatment our 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 have not 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 when you visit us. Weiwill expect you to visit us many times before the sale ends. We t 4 4 4 I: O S. J. TICHENOR, ? McHenry, Ky. ! 4444444444444 4 444444444444444 444444444 44444444444444 t 3 The Louisville Daily Herald The Hartford Republican li99999WW9VW99999W j greatly greater. The coat per bush- - M The Man Willi u .loll. MWMWMWKK& Don't come to Now York looking. ' decreases as yields Increase. Nor- HSR '"go yields stnnd for ntiallly m V r I nwlly. Hili.-n- . H. w fur nmtilnvinfiii." wiima 4 a FVl cor v',,''1' ,,rlR l" top prlco nt I H TIM Pl'hl I Giiry.clmlrman of the Executive Com- NT 111 IHT DniyX IK? l )' ailUCl 111 I I J UlllllK OUlUUl io .'levator and produces maximum & mlitce of tl.e Mayor's Committee on UVl 3ft ,.- -. .gains when fed." J. KS t... .t...,,...i ir.. ,..,.. n.o. l l lllnilnnrv liivnatlirnllnn nf mililllliino. TIlU Secret of SO to 100 bushels 'mi l III the nietronolls hits been made. ol cur" "" acre- - IlH '"c farmers ro ONK YKAR SIX MONTHS it. and that It Is tho duty of his commit-- 1 nmv B1'". "lid which nil enn get, i Will help parents develop their sons into-thlee to serve notice on all who arc Is soil fertilization. Mnnurc, supple fc 'keeking work not to come to New mented by suitable fertilizers, used j I best type of citizens and Christian plentifully In the spring, Is the se-- 1 IP ,York this winter, lie adds: "Now crct of big, profitable ' -corn yields. York will have enough to do to tako gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scatl .care of Its own distressed, and cani tered and comes from the best homes ir JSKKKHUIUIMIIUI i not assist at this time those from Children's C(iiiih Children' Colds mi I tot li Arc Scrlotm. i other cot'immiltloh In need of the South. Its capacity is limited, thereWhen one of your little ones show l help." & symptoms of an approaching Cold, fore, reservations should be made early. The same warning tins been sound- - give It Dr. i Hell's nt l jed from Chicago, where the chari once. It nets quickly, and prevents Place your son in this select gioup oS' J table organizations and relief com- tho Cold growing (NOT SUNDAY) mi worse. Very hcal-Ing- T boys. Write i mittees are taxed to their utmost to soothes the Lungs, loosens the ,ULt provide some sort of means by Wi mucous, strengthens the system. It's which the unemployed of the Windy guaranteed. Only 25c at your Drugl City may be tided over the crisis of gist. I!uy a bottle i midwinter. Conditions are substani t Uucklen's Arnica Salve for For catalogue and information. Box A. tially the same In San Francisco, o AX J) Sores. 2 where thousands have Hocked, ato J tracted by tho prospects of some Sheriff's Sale. i sort of employment In connection Ily virtue of an execution Issued J Exposition. with tho I'atiatiui-I'aclfi- c from the Ohio Circuit Court In the S President Moore, of the exposition suit of niack k Illrkliead, I'lff., vs. company, says it cannot be made too Annual Period Limited I emphatic that there Is no room in George Sullenger and C. H. Sullcn- ger, Defts., wherein plaintiff was San Francisco for tho jerRon who given & a Judgment for $GG with InTwo Alonths Is not on intimate terms with a bank & terest at C per cent from the 27 day roll nf such proportions ns would of December 1912 render him Independent until some sum of $8.00 costs, and the further I or one of my One-Ha- lf sort of employment might be sedeputies, will offer for snle at the cured In the spring. The .Mayor of iSillWtVlaailiBBlRnBBBpaMMHIHMVMRM & court house door in Hartford, Ky., '" VI. gJMBMHMgVr j San Francisco echoes the advice of on & Monday, February 1, 1915, about S&2bnimj,5Nifc .Mr. Moore, and strongly urges that one o'clock p. m. the following dewill be l all who are not keep i a-i property, or so much there"7K away from the city of the Golden scribed fc t only when as Is necessary to cover plaintiff's of it. (Jute. i debt, Interest and cost: Courier-Journa- l While New York, Chicago and San c in A parcel of land situated on the Francisco arc conspicuously in the waters of Rough Creek, In Ohio i limelight by virture of their appeal FREE TO,EVERY KENTUCKIAN County, Ky., being lot No. In the to the Idle wanderer to keep out of 13. allotment of land between M. A. All Pictures of Kentucky's Governors their confines, conditions paralleling Combs and Fannie Duke in From the foundation ef the 3UU to tho protont the Ohio time The onlr cooploto collection In existence those in the trio of cities named may Circuit Court, mid bounded as folPictures of all Presidents of the United States, from Washbo found in almost any other large ington to Wilson. Macs of nil Nations In colors. The very lows: fieglnning a three beeches, country, and particular city of the latest Kentucky Map showing Counties. town.,railroatls.Con-Emsion- al M. A. Combs' corner on Rough creek; COURIER-JOURNA- L districts, etc. Latest Kentucky Census. CO.. Louisville. Ky. J ly in those where manufacturing in complete mapof theUmted States. I'ullandcoraplctemapof the thence with her line north 220 poles world. Inthelllstorical Kentucky sketch Is given the political dustries are the mainspring of the to n stone and walnut; th'ence south i statistics from thef oundation of the fatate to the pretent time. civic weal. From these writings on Executive Department. All Officials. State .. It Includes. AU .a A ..lol-1A 1. east 40 poles to a stone and SV "; Departments oi me state oovcraracm wiui uic Art nf flnF the wall one thing must be deduced: sugar force with their salaries. Various Detriment and the tree; thence south 8G east 214 v. ith their staff with officers and Kentucky Boards and Courts The man who Is lucky enough to poles to a hickory; intariei. Political Committed and Ornanizations of t.ns thence south IS have u Job be ltever so humf "itate. Kentucky United States Senators. Kentucky Chief east 5G poles to a beech, ash and justices, speakers ot tue Kentucky jiousc. wmi ble, would do well to nurse it yea, Districts. Kailrovl Commission rs. Senatorial uistricw. white oak on a rocky branch; thence Counties of Kentucky, when made and from what Counties. fondle it, and protect it against the 1G5 poles to a beech north 85 west AU ef the Vital Statistics of Kentucky. 111 winds of neglect and and gum on the bank of Rough creek; Tins unique and valuable Atlas is free In the face of necessity u thence up said creek with its meanto all Evening Post subscribers. If not man can bridge over a crisis with now a subscriber, send $3.00 for a fuil ders to the beginning; containing only a, tithe of what Jte once thought year's subscription, or $2.00 for a sue 319 U acres. Homestead, dower, and I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording necessary to his experience. As the months' subscription by mail. courtesy In said land is surrendered Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, four walls of a prison or a hospital PI nadoratond. tlti rates are by mall waived. Deeded to George B. and only, and not throagh carrier rasjaaU Hartford, .Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes become the whole world to a prison- Sullenger by day of deed dated OUR SPECIAL COFIBIHATIOH OFFER: the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. X er on nn invalid so may a man, in February, 1895, by J. W. and Fan$3.00 Pally ETaia Past, on a year These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to $ times of Industrial depression, so nie Proctor and recorded in deed SI JO Wall Chart circumscribe his wants that he forhear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, 2 $1.00"l book 17, page 307. A right of way Hartford Renubllcan. . 1 yr -. gets for the time being that the land through the said land having hereALL THREE FOR - -- - $3.50' 1 of luxury and wanton extravagance tofore, been sold to the M. H. & E. lies Just without his gates. The man R. R." Company. who Is earning a salary which will Executed the within execution by keep him and those dependent upon going on the land hereinafter menhim comfortable Just now should tioned and posting notices thereon show his employer the consideration and also by notifying C. B. Sullenof ungrudging service. That Is no ger, the agent of the defendant here more than he expected to do at all in, and by levying on tho above de agent in One dealer or times, but he will establish himself scribed property owned by the de" " " "" "" vniir ritv unit virinitv tr upon a firmer foundation with "the fendant, George Sullenger. sell Evinrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe boss" if he shows a disposition to Terms: G months bond with good Motors, which are advertised in all reputable give a little more than a dollar's security. magazines of the world. This advertising worth of service for a dollar in lawThis the 4th day of December, ed as one of the President's warmest If you are not familiar with LSmcJe- .campaign reaches thousands who have use ful coin.-- . Louisville Times. admirers. None of the political opcott's you are doing yourself sn. """" for portable and detachable rowboat 1914. , i ponents of the President has ever the publishers an Injustice S. O. KEOWN, S. O. C' motors, but who would nave no use for launches on Indulged in such scathing criticism Try This for Xeuralnlu. account of lack of time and no summer homes. WWe Ky S. A. BRATCHER, D S. of (he policies of the present adminpromptly for particulars as to bow representatives are Thousands of people keep on sufwith and protected. Begin operations at istration as did the Governor of fering with Neuralgia because they Dancers of a Colli. once so as to abtain the full benefit of the season. Texas. The latter points out clearly Neudo not know what to do for it. Do you know that of all the minor EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY ralgia is a pain In the nerves. What ailments colds are by far the most and concisely the points on which the 292 Walker 8treet, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN you want to do Is to soothe the nerve dangerous? It Is not the colds them President has failed to make good; Itself. Apply Sloan's Liniment to selves that you need to fear, but the he declares that the foreign policy of the administration Is a joke and the surface over the painful part "The Standard Fiction Magazfce serious diseases that they so often do not rub It In. Sloan's Liniment lead to. For that reason every cold that Its Tariff policy has prostrated . of America" penetrates very quickly to the sore. should be gotten rid of with the the iudutsrics of the country and left 4? thousands of men without employIrritated nerve and allays tho inflam- least possible delay. To accomplish NOW IN ITS 4Cth YEAR 0 ment. This language might have mation. Get a boltlo of Sloan's Lin- this you wU find Chamberlain's been expected from the mouths of iment for 'ITt cents of any druggist Cough Remedy of great help to you. M 25 Cents a Copy S3.0& z Tear t and have it In tho house against It losens u cold, relieves the lungs, the President's opponents, but hardly 0 adherents. Lum-hagColds, Sore and Swollen Joints, o (The first magazine to orisfctrtth3 aids expectoration and enables tho c Sciatica and like ailments. system to throw off the cold. For Idea of publishing a compVrta 0 Your money buck If not satisfied, sale by all dealers. novel In each numbe;. 0 but It docs give almost instant 0 2 relief. A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTS Not tho War, lint the Taritr. 0 O.VK STAR Says tho cute little Secretary of l BRINGS YOU Kxpcrt Warns .XaliWt Corn Loss. the Navy, Mr. Daniels: "But for tho AS GOOD AS HOTTIiEl) IX I.afeyette, Ind., Jan. Farmers demoralization of business caused o 12 Great Complete Novell, ROM) Delivered anywhere in 75 S5w?i -- ANDwho arc raising less than 30 bushels by the war in Europe conditions 0 CO Timely Articles rJf Stories. tho Middle West or East or of com per acre lack the American would have been so good this fall Striking Poems. 200 Pagea ni any place in Kentucky for only money-makin- g instinct, aro losing as to have given Republicans no opsight ot big profit possibilities and portunity to come back." & are not even paying the interest on Secretary Daniels Is a bit twisted. Either In Four Full Quarts J Llpplncott's Is enjoying a bs retheir Investment, taxes, power, labor As a matter of fact but for the war or Gallon Glass Jugs. i vival of popularity. Thousand crCT and overhead charges. That is what in Europe, which started up many Old Quullty Is as pure and By Mail Jbr One Year, at Special new readers have, been addtitZ j ifcs Prof. G. I. Christie of the Purdue ag- a mill, conditions would have been mellow as Whisky can be subscription Hsi during the Price of o ricultural experiment station If In- so bad this fall us to have given the mude. Distilled from the finest few months, and Hb circulates b grain, assuring that 0 charges In a report issued by Democrats no, foothold whatever. diana selected Increasing rapidly. 0 the Middle West Soil Improvement wonderful aroma found only In For the crumbs ot comfort that & committee. good Whisky that Is pure have fallen to them they may thank especially suitable for family The soil expert sounds a warn- the war. It was the Tariff, not the HOW TO REDUCE THE 0 ing and sets forth how millions ot war, that caused them demoralizaor medicinal purposes. o & dollars cap be put Into the savings tion. The war comes like a life COST OF GOOD READitfifc Get our complete price list. Special prices made in quanbanks of the country to the credit preserver thrown to the drowning. o y Send for Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper delivered' at o of American'' farmers. tities. Philadelphia Inquirer. The American farmer, believes o. & Co. LlpplncotTs "Little Book ef Xfc P. R. your home each day including your homo CetH It From All Sidex. 0 Professor Christie, needs to take a Mull Order Department. o Bargains'" President Wilson Is now in the unlesson from the American manufacpaper, at the price of o Owenbboro, Ky. turer. The former must learn to re- enviable position of a man assailed J New Edition Just Published fee Stu P. R. Lancaster & Co., late his costs of production, his over- from within and without his own 4 Season Owensboro, Ky. party. The Tariff policy which he head, his various running expenses o Euclosed find Gentlemen: put into effect a year ago has acted to tho returns on Ills land. SENT FREE UPON REQUIRE" . $ , for which send me, ex"Raise one 80 bushel crop of corn quite as disastrously upon the ins qts.; press prepaid, J.BiLIPPlNC0TTC0MFJl and you mako more money than by dustries and agriculture ot the South gals. Old Quality 1 Star. raising three 45 bushel crops," de- as It has upon tho North. The reName i clares the Purdue man. "Fixed sult is (hat he llnds the solid South ! i. .. Express Offico charges are no higher on large slipping awy from him. The coun' To Prevent Blood Poison fur" (I'oatolllco with astonishment yields, while the cost of extra lubor, try witnessed apply at once the wonderful old reHibtc-'XM- i 0 .Cut Out and Mall Now. VOKTKIfS ANT1RKIT1C. 1I1!AUNG 01L.ar fertility and care necessary to pro- the attack of Governor Colquitt of ckal dusting test relieve pou aud tie Wt duce big crops, are but slightly Texas, who has hitherto been regard the tt me time. Not a lluimect Zic.sactliBa. ,AAAAAAAAAAA "CatjiAlj ftSftftftftftftfsi $3.00 $1.75 jg '. 3 fl . at f ninilliT )l ELKTON, KY. si m COURIER JOURNAL Daily By Mail , I m 8 DURING JANUARY to-da- y. B MATHENEY & BSTTSjg FEBRUARY ONLY Bargain to These mmmmiSt Regular & Just Regular Price Subscription orders at this rate accepted sent through regular Agent this district. Walker, rti mm fclriTA2Bi '.. mam, BSjswragi ma NEW INSURANCE 'h WW9WW . A cle-ic- to-da- AGENCY! r..ilnrn. -- -- -- nan E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartford, Ky. : AA fJTE l) ' MP inniiiAAW LirriNbu. i i MAGAZEN SPECIAL OFFER o, "Old Quality" $3.00 Per Gallon ?:: $3.00 To-da- Lancaster $3.00. 1913-191- ' This Offer Positively Expires on S February 28, lgl5. WA9HlN0T0N-S0-rrf,7)PHIlABHl.J,- I 7' JH rirord Republican. party la too large and will tic too important for sometime to he with- I1WTERM MACHINE I ( nient of the City Assessor as of date, September 1G, ',be onlcrcil that nil of OF THREE MORE 1toM, salt! tax shall bo due and pajnhle on ki:k systi:.m. I'ernnn Una Bonn Wonders Tor Jl(v tiik i the first day of February, 1!U5, and T I Was So Week." If not p.iid on or before the first day "" wo"'" """ lo support M. BARNETT. Editor & Proprietor C. - Mann Names Folk and Davies as BARNETT, Associate Editor a,S for Stat0 Senator and llcprcsof i,,,r Entered in Indiana Election Cases ,,.c"nl,y Mr. M" t.( entatlvo this year who will favor v.. i .mi .nun in.- iiuiiL'ii ii) same ami Chief Fence furry, 1 o.' ibollshlnp the fee system generally 6 1 5, II ox. rol'ected with said tax by the mar Before Demurrer ArguAddress all communications to jn Statc an(I COunty olllces. Kspeclnl- Io t orflmrt. shal of said city; then upon nil taxes ' jy Republican. gb Hartford Ills., writes: are we In favor of placing the unpaid upon the first day of each ments Begin. "I havo . Circuit and County Court Clerks on month therafter an additional of Iron' I,. with Partes, letting whatever fees which Ititcrint NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Washington, January 23. Presi- 1 per cent, shall be added and collecthliif! ed by the said marshal. ntwrtbtn. i)itinr th (..prrnrnt to nVwlma' be allowed go to the county. A dent Wilson was charged with seekHi Indlnnapolls, Jan. 2i. Vrpuments Klrlliooil. lipoid lulling. In timiinctLc large part of these fees should be fvddiw.inui-- t Approved, January 11, 191S. ing to build up n personal machine was sliMc on the demurrer tiled by Mayor IJonn HQBtwt. abolished. In both olllces. While ln'il tliron .1. C. ILKK, Mayor. to get renomlnatlon nml also with M. Roberts, Judge KM H. Redman l.c!.n.l Notice- - IOoj.fr Hue nftilfc.,, ot gfiem tQQ ,,, ,, f tr o n t h ii. per llnrfor rn.'t uiMllltiuiil It. T. COLLINS, Clerk. violation of the platform pledges of land twenty-si- x lien I win others to tho Federal intwiri.iuM,intioii.n.ifnr.ii nun, r ' thc official they are often out of all his party by Representative Mann. In v7 . Obl' to BCt !!! . Indictment charging them with eon-- 1 .proportion to the amount Involved. 4r)iov. moiifjiniiiiviiiii... y Imiiiiiweuk Slici-iflIn tho House. Sale. splraey to corrupt the election of No-- 1 oinnii Notice Mr prviw-f fnt. but otlw in the litigation necessary to settle- an address and thin 1 "I notlcu on every side," said llm ,. t hcrcti ailTertirinpnt. comIiI linnllyIll' Virtue of nil nvoriitlnti lcci..i,l Vellllier .'I. I'll 4. Ill Tirri. tlnm,. estates, and the steps necessary to ' A&eujmnu. rotumantcntloiiH will receive do nnllt. What provide for, these settlements, the Mr. Mann, that the distinguished from the Ohio Circuit Court In the ,nne before Judged j. Anderson I tite tun tic n d ' president of tli j suit of Williams Coal Company, " the Cnlted States District Court very little for tlieir, , costs often leave Willi IS IIUIKllUg UI) n HOP ,,ere ouay. t no. Representative A O. fin., vs. miams Mines Amusemnt Interested parties. There Is pay dirt ""V"' X3icx3Xo:tr:co. l"c,,,ne- - n.s m.r "8 ll0 can, to Company. Deft., wherein the ninlntiff Stanley, of Henderson. Kv.. nn hii.r stoinnoli ami LC3 here for some candidlate for the State ' . .!.. trouble, llvr ui ma rciiuiniHimon. CO witii sucii j received a Judgment for the sum of counsel ,or ,ho defendants, W,n ' !Fa.xca.cre I avas.1 Senate or House of Representatives, mid my fool 'who will make a little study of the eminent ofllceholdcrs as Mr. Folk and $352.82, with Go per cent Interest l'"'c States District Attorney Frank ! and lllllb'l ucre nwollcn so I enuld scarcely ilrur represented 'question. If he takes the right Mr. Davies (commissioner of corpor- - from tho 20th day of October, 1911, j1'the govern- - h round, KItlD.VY, .I.AXl'AKY Ul). iiuNuiiiiu luuimoiieu ior uie betier- - and the further sum of S7.S0 cost. (course, he will find a responsive "I tool: I'cruna and It lias dono nl Trade Commission) In prominent .which the i nreo more se wonder for tne. V,y euro wa a were added to the Plaintiff was adjudged as chord among hundreds of our people. ANXOIWCK.MBNTS. to my friends for tlipy netrr expositions, mainly engaged in trying to its costs. I, or one of mv deputies eighty who pleaded guilty on Janupected to soo mo well niralti. I Jut build up n personal organization for will offer at public sale at Before and After. tool: two l.ottlt'M nf perun u after the court ary 12 before the arguments on the the president, with the president housn donr In iinnfnr.t kv ..... demurrer wtn Imcim for llvu inontlin nnd Krowlnir We are authorized to announce Precisely how the Democratic tar- wore all tt.o time." William liunkley. who on arralgn- JPHN H. THOMAS, of Ohio County, jiff aw was operating before the war quarreling with the Joint appointing day, Feb. 1, 1913, about one o'clock X, Cortlntious Headache. a candidate for State Senator, "th to give European manufacturers iiolt in uie outer cnu oi tne tap-- ( p. m. the following uronertv tn s:,t. ment day was In the Torre, llntim Mrs. i:ether M. Mllncr, llnx 131, composed of j trol of our market Is well Illustrated ltol and constantly refusing to listen Isfy said Judgment, interest nnd cost Ja" nwl""B trial for murder, and District, IJc ftraff. Ohio, writes: "1 wai a term since tins neeii acquitted, enter- rible sufferer from Internal catarrh, Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler coun- - by the olllclal customs figures cover-tie- s. to advice from Democratic members nerein: and had Uie headache eontlnimusly. A certain building known as the ei1 " I),,,a ,,r KiiHty to the Indictment. General primary election Aug. ing the ten months of this year to of this House unless they agree to t m tint nblu to do my housework November 1, as compared with 191.1, what he wants, I nsk you gentle skating rink, owned by the Williams ' Charles Miller, one of tho six who 7. 1915. for myself mid husband. You men whether you think ho Is follow- Mines Amusemnt Co., and I pleatletl not guilty, changed his plea says the New York Mall. I'enmn.t t tool: four bottle' located In mid was completely etired. I think Nicholas Bunion, who was We are authorized to announce Every month of 1913 showed an ing the pledge of the Demovcratlc Williams Mines, Ky., and on the j to 1'enina a wtKiilerful tiiciltclue nml HON. ALRERT LEACH, of Beaver excess of merchandise exports over convention In respect to the principle land of the Wllllums Coal Co., on thelncIu'le1 ,n "l0 demurrer filed by have rtcoinineiuleil It to iny friends." North side of the spur of tho rail- - Kepresontatlvo Stanley, had entered Dam, Ky., a candidate for State Sena- - Imports, the year's total In our favor of one term. : "He has within his power to keep road trnck, running from : tor in the 7th Senatorial District coin- - j aggregating $091,000,000. the main,11 ,,lca of KiUy, and Representative! said that Bunion's name on 'right to ote because of race, color prised of the counties of Ohio, But- - j The monthly excess ran off after ono plank of the platform safely line of the I. C. R. R. to the Williams Hie demurrer was an oversight. The ,,r previous condition of servitude, Republican i the new tariff became operative. Oc- - at least. Will he do It? He has re- Mines tipple. ler and Muhlenberg. ll . U.I.I im ...... , I...1 iiuwuver, .. . Levied on as the properly of the ,1,roe were not sentenced. primary election, Aug. 7, 1915. n.iin I... LiiiiLi-iiirutober 1, 1913. By March of this pudiated the other planks. You have inac of tl10 12,! named in the Indlct- - Congress did have the power to fix year It had run down to $900,000,-00- 0. refused to carry out tho other planks. Williams Mines Amusemnt Co. Terms 0 months with approved ment, 115 now have been taken In the time, place and manner In which We are authorized to announce In April our balnce was turned Will the president having accepted an election and a nomination on the bond. custody, eighty-thre- e of whom plead an election for a member of Congress OTTO C. MARTIN a candidate for to a deficit of $11,'200,000. ed guilty, live not guilty, and twenty-- 1 was " 'e held, but that Its power This December 3, 1914. The excess of imports over exports principle of one term, keep even one the Republican nomination for Cirseven filed demurrer. did not go beyond that. S. O. KEOWN, S. O. C. cuit Court Clerk at the general pri- for April and until September 1 plank in the Democratic platform?" Mr. Maun said he called attention By S. A. BRATCHER, D. S. Stanley argued that j . Represntutlve mary election Aug. 7, 1915. stood out In sharp contrast with the A TH.YAS WOXDKIt. In the j the court had no Jurisdiction -- reverse results for the same months to the Baltimore platform "In good humor, because It Is almost an ofcase, tho right of suffrage, ho declar We are authorized to announce of 1913. Here are the figures: The Texas Wonder cures kidney an Notice in Bankruptcy. fense in this House nowadays to reed, being a State right. He asserted CAL P. KEOWN a candidate for the 1913 excess 1314 excess fer to the last Democratic platform." bladder troubles, dissolves ' gravel. In the District Court of the United unit If Section 19. of the United Republican nomination for Circuit of exports. of imports. tnd lame backs. "Just before the Baltimore con- States for the Western District of States Criminal Code, under whleh lcurc8 u,luclps. Clerk of Ohio County, General April Court ..$53,618,977 $11,200,544 vention," Mr. Mann added, "Repre- Kentucky. In bankruptcy. part of the Indictment was drawn rheumatism, and all Irregularities of primary election August 7, 1915. l May . 60.SS3.700 2,548,S06 sentative Clayton, now a Judge In In the mater of Elbert II. Goodall and which declares It a crime to con-- 1 the kidneys and bladder In both men June . 32,150.639 457,406 Alabama, Introduced and had re- a bankrupt. - We are authorized to announce f CiVZ,e" July . r,Vne,ln1r!Ve 21,909.008 5,538,344 ported favorable from tho Committee "'e"' "plates bladder On this 19th day of January, A. the to vote,',, WALLACE H. RILEY a candidate August b,C8 In chndren 50,257,467 19,400,396 on Judiciary a Joint resolution pro- - D., 1915, on considering the petition then the thirteenth, " not 0 .v"r fourteenth and tor the Republican nomination for 'Hl send by mall on re- au amenumeni to tne rcderai con- of the aforesaid bankrupt for dis- fifteenth amendments to the Federal (ln,BKls'. Court Clerk of Ohio county. Circuit $218,S19,791 $39,145,496 stitution to provide that no person charge, filed on the ICth day of Jauu- - Constltution were useless, excent to celpt of $1.00. One small lmitL. I 5eneral Primary August 7, 1915. By the close of August foreign who has held the office of president ,D;;1!!lr,'!tiS,0,,C,ie, byl!'U'?,b0,ISh S'aVCry- - "C ,lec,arod . ,,,al Uo mona' treatment, and wiaom '1 merchandise in transit and in ware shall be elected to that office or court had upon the ...,.a ou .ur timu. noi ,legisiateu 10 falls to perfect a cure. Send for ' We are authorizet to announce house had been exhausted, and the! hold that office again. This resolu same on the 27th day of February the right of suffrage nnd had tlmonlals from this nnd other states, CARL M. TAYLOR, of Prentiss pre- war was having its full effect In Hon had Just been reported to the A. D., 1915, before said court at no power to Interfere In elections so Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street St. cinct, a candidate for the Republican temporarily stopping shipments Louisville In said district, from House. at 10 long as no citizen was deprived of his Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. 30ty semination for Circuit Court Clerk abroad. Europe recovered from that o'clock In the forenoon, or as near "It was reported on June'13. The of Ohio County. General Primary paralysis during October within a month after that time, con- thereto as practicable, and and that Saturday, August 7, 1915. in steadily increastaining a plank favoring a single notice thereof be published one time In the Hartford Republican a newsing its sales of manufacturers here. presldental term. Taking the five months tabulated "I might refer to other planks In paper printed In said district, and With Mr. Bryan it seems to have above, however, and comparing the the Democratic platform, no one of that all known creditors and other ben a case of too much Sullivan. "TflffL figures of the two periods they rep- which do they pretend to keep, but persons In Interest may appear at Many persons believe the high resent we find that under the protec here Is a plank where they pledged said time and place and show cause. noter mark in the suffrage move- tive tariff we sold the rest of the the candidate to the principle of one if any they have, why the prayer of ment in the United States was reach- world $218,819,791 more of mer- term for president. It is true that salu petitioner should not be chandise than was sold us, while un- the Democrats abandoned the reso- granted. ed at the lamovN Witness der the presnt tariff there was sold lution of Judge Clayton for one term the Honorable Walter The foot and mouth disease dis- to us $29,145,496 more than we sold but the abandonment of that by the Evans, Judge of said Court, and the appeared so quickly as to suggest abroad. House Democrats does not exfllcuse seal thereof, at Owensboro In said 1, That is to say, we lost our 4hat the symptoms may have been the president, who was pledged to district, on the 19th day of 'January largely "psychological." and in addition went the principle upon a platform which A. D., 1915. A. G. RONALD, Clerk. on the wrong side of the ac says, 'Our platform is one of No advice from the department of count. M. E. DUNN, D. C. principles which we believe to ho es agriculture need be expected concernClosed factories are not the result sential to our national welfare, our ing the extraordinary scarcity of of the war; they are the result of a pledges are made to be kept when in Oklahoma to Imve an Illiteracy Com lambs noted by various traders. Free Trade taritf. office as well as relied upon during mission. 3- the campaign.' " ; oui.i.-- i iiinMiwijiii ii. ii. wiisou is If the common boldlers over on fi'tic-slnnml Knowing. preparing to present to thu legisla ' j. the European battle fields could u . IMI'KOVKIt YELLOW I'HVOIt. On the same day that tho New ture a hill, which has for Its purpose as eabily as some of their subanishing of Illiteracy from the periors, the war would soon be ended. York Herald printed a prosperity Tob.icro Seed for Kile. .The vari the editorial, and on the same page, It Stale of Oklahoma. He Is followety that bi'iiulit top prices on Loose ing, more or less, Is the Government about to buy printed tho following: the plan adopted To tho Editor of the Herald It Leaf floor. .The tobaicn from these by the Stato of Kentucky, which was whips with which to compete with the railroad advanced freight rates, ' fr'cts my nerves when 1 read in the Seed made on I acres, !),:IM pounds. brought about by the activities of allowed by an urm of this same Gov-- , newspapers about prosperity. In the :$."c per ounce, or I ounces for $1.(10. .Miss Com Wilson Stewart. Tills is works of the Standard Oil Co., and in line with Superintendent Wilson's ornment. the Tidewater Oil Co., here heveral Aildiess policy to devote the larger portion TIIIXTOX .' KCSSKLL, Notwithstanding the income tax, hundred employes havo been laid of his time during tho next adminisMACKO, and the war tax, the administration off. At the Central Railroad coal tration to the betterment of rural D.YYIKSS CO., KY. at Washington is facing a $00,000,-00- 0 wharf the men are working two duys 27t6 schools. The Dally Oklahomun. Sounds mighty like a week, and today the Babcnek deficit. -. . CITY ORDINANCE. Cleveland days. Wilcox Co,, starts its large factory THE VALUES WE OFFER ARE SO BIGTHAT WE on half time. This plant employs The City Council of tho City of HartIMPORTANT NOTICE ford, Ky., do ordain as follows: The president is working overtime several thousand men WANT YOU TO SEE THEM. COME IN NOW. WHILE and hud been That the tax rate for general purnzplalning his Jackson day speech. working full time. Reader. poses In said city for the ensuing It is not so easy to mako It clear Bayonne, N. Y Dec. 3, 1914. THE STOCK IS COMPLETE. AND SEE THE QUAL-IT- V The Farm Agency of the year bo and the same Is fixed at forty-how he happened to say what he did Somebody is mistaken. Either It four Fire Insurance Co, of cents on each one hundred not mean and to mean what he did Is the Herald man assigned OF OUR GOODS AND THE PRICES WE PLACE to the not fcay, all at the same time. writing of prosperity editorials or dollars ($100) of taxable property Hartford, Connecticut, formerly in said city, as shown by the assessON THEM. THAT'S ALLiWE ASK. WE KONW Hope they can find that $395,000 else It Is tho Bayonne man who re- ment of tho City Assessor as of date, represented by A. C Yeiser, has ports the unemployment of several lofct at Frankfort. It could bo used September 15, 1914, and equalized been transferred to me. I Also THAT YOU WILL BUY AND BUV LOTS. BECAUSE If an by the Board of Equalization, and 4n providing for the unemployed. By thousand men In his section. impartial Investigation have the Agency for the Recordsought to $1.50 poll tax on way, that sum was set apart to each male resiYOU WILL FIND THE QUALITY TO BE GOOD AND learn provide for a possible period of un- Free-Trad- o the actual truth regarding dent of said city over 21 years of ing business in the following depression and distress, age, employment during another national and $1.00 on each dog over 4 companies: Continental, HartTHE STYLE TO BE CORRECT. Democratic administration in 1893. would it take tho word of the Herald months old September 15, 1914, In or the Bayonne man? Would euitor ford, Aetna, Phoenix, and Fidelity said city, owned or harbored by a OUR PRICES ARE NOW THE LOWEST OF THE Just how the President can get It accept a guess In preference to a resident of said city. underwriters, which includes fact? he consent of his mind to veto the Said tux is levied for the purpose the business written in all WE ARE Emigration bill, on account of tho YEAR. MAKING OUR CLEAN-UP- . of paying off and discharging tho What In Wanted. literacy test. Is beyond our compreany Indebtedness that towns in Ohio Connty. balance of "MONEY-SAUINC'SALhension. He is a college professor Adequate fire to boll the soup. may be owing by said city, and for These are all old line Insurance and should stand for an educated Adequate heat to warm the house. the further purpose of maintaining Addition to our population. We have Adequate love to wed the lass. and Improving the streets and al Companies. ever yet seen any good argument Adequate stamps to carry the mall, leys, btreet lights, salaries of officers I will be glad to have you call .Advanced against It. and a few left over. and employes and all other incident- on me or I will see you at your Adequate ser.wjo know that hon. expenses of said city government. The Kentucky Sun as a new week- nst advice, may nofi, be correct ad al home for .anything in the inThat tho tax rate for the purpose ly Republican paper published at vice. of paying Interest on tho sewer surance line. Louisville. It is well edited and Adequate belief that Free-Trad- e Is bonds and creating a sinking fund .should be a power in Kentucky poli- death to American Industry INCORPORATED. E. BIRKHEAD, for the final redemption of said tics in the future. It should soon apAdequate soap to wash tho, hands. bonds, be and same Is fixed at thirty-Hartford, Ky. pear as a dally, as tho Republican Adequate yeast to raise the bread. one cents on eacr one hundred Office 'Phone, No. 4wrty ) without a paper In the me 66. Adequate Protection to Insure a dollars ($100) of taxable property ,7 tropolis of the State at present. That return of prosperity. In said city as shown by the assess- - KeSlQePCS Thone, No. 41. . caimi-.ALLISO- N mUhcmI out n dally newspaper at Louisville. AtrortilLR to lw at the latiIHn We wish the new venture success. K.T., fin mull mnttrr ol tin" wonl 1814, and equalized by PLEAS OF GUILTY DtrUKt Orl) INTERNAL CATARRH LIllHI ll l8 furt'" !l,,.ll?.l I - . j ca-ar- rh 1 I to-da- -- t - I ,..-- I k IS i I r""," ,, (ll.n-gree- ' lu-i-l I - 't. "' nur-J.rl- I doe-torl- i J I reeom-ineml- i-d ?'" js'ley I Ma ''' tea-cont- LOWER PRICES $21S.-819,79- ?39,-145,4- re-ai- :j ' r?rrc?u ?;r aJhii -- Con-tinent- al E. t. CARSON Si CO. Hartford, Kentucky. o .? r WILSON WILL VETO Coat Suit Sale after our Sale and after taking inventory of our Cloak and Coat Suits, that we have entirely too many on hands. Now to. make a long story short, if price will do any good, we are going to close everyone of- them out. The colors are Navy Blue, Medium Blue and Blacks, sizes 34 to 40. Everyone of them this year's style and not one of them that we sold for less than $12.50 and many of them $15.00, $18.00 and $20.00. Listen, won't you? - ! IMMIGRATION BILL i i Authorative Announcement Says We find i President Will Disapprove cause of Literacy Test.' Washington, Jan. 27. ed iiulhorli Be- -' It was stat- 'lively to-da- y dent WlUon will CHOICE Sale Price - $7.98 sale Choice of our Cloaks that sold for $5.00, $6.00, $7.00, $8.00, price $3.48. Choice of our Cloaks,. $7.98. $10, $12.50 and $15 Note these prices and remember that PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. IT -- jgffij Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wilson, city, of the received news Wednesday death of Mrs. Wilson's oldest brother 'William II. Haymer, of Hoosevelt, Arizona, which occurred the 15th. Master Charlie Hicks, Narrows II. F. I). No. 2 won the third prize in the Ohio County Boys' Corn Club He raised 72 bushels and contest. 40 pounds on one acre and is Riven one years subscription to The Hartford Republican. TA-UI.- Hartford Republican. KBIDAY, JANUARY 20. M. H. & K. RAILROAD TIMB i B J Tom Walker and Tessle Dassctt were tried before Judge John Wilson last Saturday for the murder of They were held over to Hob Null. the grand Jury and bond fixed at $500 for Walker and $250 for tho woman. Wells Entertainers at College Hall Walker was unablu to glvo bond and wont to Jail. The woman gave bond Krlduy night Feb. 5th. und was released. unPenny Plctmes at Sihroeter's " Nows reached him yesterday of tho 2St5 til Man li IM. Sot after. death of little William King, the four For Sale A pood milch Cow. year old son of Mr. and Mrs. I). W. J. WALTKIl ALLEN. 26t4. King at the'r homo In Nashville, of Attnnipv Olio Martin returned ptomain poisoning. Mrs. King was . , .,,, ,. formerly Miss Katie Thomas and was iroin a trip 10 i.ouitmuu .uumi.iv. Irvlngton, is born and reared in Hartford. The Miss Bertha Foot, of boy visited hero with his parthe guest of her sister, Mrs. Dircher. Ilttlu ents last summer and impressed ev. Rev. C. F. Hartford, Owensboro, eryone with his bright muulv dispoculled to see us while in town Tues- sition. Tho parents 'havfl tlio symday. pathy of a largo clrclo of friends The Wells Entertainers will be one here. ,1v of the best of the entire Lyceum i' Wo this week announce Mr. Carl Course. M. Taylor, of the Prentiss vicinity, Mr. Henry Grlllln, of'Ensor. spent a candidate for the Republican nomseveral days with his mother here ination for Circuit Court Clerk at ' this week. tho genral primary election August Is" the guest 7. Mr. Taylor Is a successful farmMr. Frank Foreman vof his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. I er and a native of the county. He was educated at West Kentucky Foreman. Do not fail to see the Wells Enter- Seminary, Heaver Dam, and is thotainers at College Hull Friday even- - roughly qualified for tho position he seeks. Ho will prove a strong can lnglng Feb. 5th. manager of the, didate both In the primary and genA. J. Wilson, was hero oral election, should ho receive tho Fordsvllle Planing Mill Co., nomination. on business Wednesday. -- -. Mr. and"MrsT"ArETSnTith, of Mt. Woman' Forward Movement Closed. Vernon, Ind., are tho guests of Mr. With $8,000 raised, tho Woman's and Sirs. H. E. Mlschke. Movement, organized to Forward Sheriff S.O. KeowVhas gone to raise $20,000 for the Illiteracy ComFrankfort to make his annual settle- - mission, has closed. Expenses of tho . ment with me esiaio auuhui. organization are to be deducted from Mrs. E.WTCooper, who has been this amount, which will leave from 'the cuests of relatives for several $4,000 to $5,000. The remainder of weeks, returned to her home in Nash- - tho $20,000 needed by the Illiteracy tIUo yesterday. Commission will be raised by Mrs. A fine lot oflied fop Grass Seed Cora Wllsou Stewart and Dr. J. G. Crabbe, a committee appointed by the lor Bale. Call on or address, HIRAM MILLER, Illiteracy Commission lust May to Beaver Dam, Ky. raise money. 27tf . SaleMnaTTWan'ted to look after our adjacent counV Interest In Ohio and Adties. Salary or Commission. FOR FLETCHER'S Co., Cleveland, dress The Harvey Oil Ohio. AT HARTFORD, KV. South Hound. No. 115 due at Hartford 9:20 a. m. North Dound. No. 114 due at Hartford 2:20 p. in. Hartford hihI IrWngtuii Accommodation. Leave. Arrive. No.lll.. 1:40p.m. No.l 12.. 2:05p.m. In effect Jan. 4, 1915. !!. K. MISC1IKK, AkC ... ,.. I tion bill because of the Illiteracy test. This became known after a conference between the President und committees of both houses of Congress which had the measure in charge. For nearly two hours thu President listened to arguments by Representatives Ilurnett, of Alabama; S.ibalh, of Illinois; Gardiner, of Massachusetts, and Senators Lodge, of Massachusetts, and Robinson, of " Arkansas. During thu hearing Senator Lodge voiced what some of those present construed as an Intimation to the President that If the bill were vetoed It would be repassed by both Senate and House. Representative Sabath alone asked the President to veto the bill. Senator Lodge told the President he believed the literacy test was the best feasible method for estrlctlng Immigration. Mr. Sabath contended there was no public demand for the bill, and Senator Lodge replied that the overwhelming vote In its favor in both houses of Congress was proof to the contrary. y followed The arguments closely those presented nt the President's public hearing nt the W.hlte The President, House last week. however, was unshaken in his opposition to the literacy test, and plans Revival Services. to return the bill to Congress tomorrow with a message, giving his The series of meetings at the Methopposition to the test as the reason odist Church, which began last Monfor his veto. day night, continues with increasing Rev. R. B. Grlder, of Interest. Louisville, arrived Wednesday and Inspection of Co. II. Company H will hold its ninth an- has already won his way Into tho speak nual Federal Inspection Thursday, hearts of his auditors. He is a February IS. Lieut. J. J. Burleigh er of wonderful power and magnetism evening 3d U. S. Inf., will be inspecting of- and his sermons Wednesday ficer. It is imperative that every land last evening were well received. available member be present for in- The prospects for a great revival are spection as the allotment of funds very bright. to the Stato for camp purposes this year will be made upon the basis of The Wells Entertainers. the number presnt at inspection and Mrs. Wells, better known as Mara not upon the total enlistment as here- W. Conover, has been with us for tofore. Every member of the Guard five seasons; two seasons with the can at once see the necessity of his Sch'uberts as soprano, reader, and reporting to he inspected else the pianist; one season with the VictoriState might not secure sufficient an Serenaders; and this past season funds to hold a maneuver camp this with the Pilgrim Girls. She is an summer. excellent artist; has a sweet, high Authority has been granted by the soprano voice, well trained; splendid State in a recnt order, to recruit an dramatic ability which is of value in additional squad for each company, her singing as well as hear readings making a total of 73 officers and men and the sketches they present. She allowed. To meet this requirement is capable of presenting an entire mid fill some existing vacancies about program alone. 15 recruits are wanted. Mr. Wells has had seven years' Tho members are directed to meet experience in Lyceum work; first as at the armory for drill and instruc- baritone with male quartets; then tion on each Saturday afternoon unthree years with the Schuberts; and til after inspection. this past season was featured at the The company Indoor rifle team dehead of Avon Sketch Club. He sings sires to hold .competitive matches well, plays piano excellently; is Inimwith tho high schools and colleges itable in his pianologues; is an exof Ohio county and hereby issues a cellent actor and reader. He, also, challenge. Teams to consist of six is capable of presnting an entire members, distance to be fired, 50 ft. program alone. The Coif Lyceum nt tho regular military gallery tarBureau. gets, using 22 cal. rifles with short One of tho best programs ever Fire 10 shots standing, ammunition. given by two people with excellent 5 shots kneeling, 5 shots, sitting, und be presented, consisting 10 shots prone. Tho company team variety, will ot Baritone and Soprano Solos, Vocal will furnish targets and ammunition Story Telling and Readings, for tho match and allow competitors Duets, ' Sketches, Pianologues, Dramatic to use their option In selection of Humorous and Musical Sketches. rifles. Tho matches to be fired In At College Hall, Hartford, Februday Armory . to-da- vfo thnt Presithe Immigra- Justice In the scandal. Mr. Bryan has nlways been ready to accept such Irresponsible charges as true when made ngninsl his political emcmlcs Now that his own ox has been gored, his old genuine enemies will take a mnllclous delight In lih embarrassment. In numerous Investigations of scalawags they have been found to hnvo freely boasfod of their Influence with prominent men. This Is a part of their capital. It Is not uncommon for men who do not make their living by devious ways to boast of their Intimacy and Influence with the powers that be, merely out of vanity. But the professional lobbyist and tho political grafter do lt as a matter of business. Otherwise they would not be able to dupo people into paying them for their "Influence." Tho public recalls a recent case of one of these lellows who was settling nil. the Mexican difficulties through his "Influence." The case of Mulhall Is also fresh in mind. Many people In public life have bad their votes sold time after time by disreputable persons whom they have never seen. Parasites hang about Washington making their living by pretending to Influence legislation. Sonic of them get access to clerks of committees and on one pretenso or another find out whut has been decided upon and then offer to hnve this done for a certain consideration. A Texas senator once kicked a lobbyist from bis room after a constituent 'had telegraphed him to the substance of a proposal made by the lobbyist, which was prompted by Information he had gathered from a committee clerk. The uncorroborated statements of such Individuals should not be heeded, even when made under oath It Is to be hoped that Mr. Bryan and his friends, after the present experience, will be less ready to believe scandal-monger- s of this type. Globe Democrat. 9SSSS$SSSSsraS$QS$ Here Goes the Clean-up Sale on Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloate C I r n( X'u - r C i3ii . . a s t t $18 Suits UllS t s :iw .'... 12 5 LADIES' CLOAKS. .v o, w $16.00 Coats 10.00 Coats 8.50 Coats 5.00 Coats 4.50 Coats $100 Coats $fl.s & 7.15, G.25 g & :u JUS 2..SXS Jg S Jg HUB CLOTHING CO., g more than 1,500,000 votes, wlilli. loss was- - In round! kusr-her- s, 2,120,000 votes. The cten-bln- cd BY BRITISH NAVY Republican and ProgrBwft vote In 1914 was 7,919,791, atui vote was 6,S2,45SC Wherefrom It appears plain that Uses First Eye Witness Account of Free-Trad- e party is a minority jnrtjr by 1,594,829 votes. This la a. txaiO. Big Naval Battle in the showing. In 1912 the Ffcue-Tauinominee was in a minority of 1, 3 It. North Sea. 444. In 1914 the plurality a galas Free-Trad- e had been, increased' Us 283,385 votes. London, Jan. 2G. The first eyewitness account of the North Sea naval battle, In which the German AAAlAAAiAAAAAAJ battle cruiser Bieuchcr was sunk, was published today by the Globe, and it shows that the marvelous accuracy in of the British gunners was chiefly responsible for their victory. The story, which was told by SeaSTOP AT THE man Minnls, a blue jacket on the English battle cruiser Lion, follows: "We had been waiting for a crack at the Germans for weeks. We were on patrol duty when the message eached the flagship that the Germans were at last on the move. Shortly afterward we sighted them and about FRANK ECKERTr JVay. the same time they sighted us. The Germans turned tail as ulckly as they H. H. ECKERT, M$rr. could change their course and we were after them like mad. The gunEuropean Plan $4 Up, ners were at their posts as soon as wo got the range of the flying ships. The Lion's roar was certainly loud enough to put the fear of God In the hearts of the baby killers. Though their big ship was steaming like fury, we never lost her. She was a splendid target for our guns, which sent shot after shot into her. "All the time our other ships were blazing away at the enemy, Tho first shots fell short, but when we did get the right range of the ship we were engaging she was soon dono for. The first shot that took effect upon her sent one of her guns Hying into the US FOR PRICES air. The next tore a hole In her side WRITE just above the waterline, big enough Freight paid on anyfor a torpedo boat destroyer to get Into." SINKING OF 9SSflriSS BLUER HAR.TFORD, KY. X R When Louisville 1 5th Avenue : I Hotel 't Finishing Lumber! the or night. call me. 4 - I! R. at Hartford, either For further information ary Farmers 'phone, Hartford 5. ' - CLARENCE B. SHOWN. 1st Lt. Co. H, 3d Inf. 1 ' Children Cry CASTORIA Mr. Bryan's Ov Gored. In the courso of tho Investigation of the unsavory record of certain persons alleged to have had undue lnfluenco with the lato American official representatives in San Domingo ,ono of the Individuals concerned at Trlsler. They both leave quite a number or is quoted as having declared that the profits of his deals were to bo relatives and friends, to mourn their deaths; shared by Secretary Bryan, Glynn of Now York and a New JerMiss Bailie Carter Is Improving sey congressman less known to fame. from an attack of measles. has entered an emMrs. W, C. Keene was called to the Tho phatic and Indignant denial of his bedBlde of her daughter, Mrs. LB. connection In any manner with Do- Grant, who is very sick with pneuminican nffulrs. Secretary Bryan at monia. Mr. C. S. Moxley returned to his this writing, has expressed a desire to see the complete testimony before home at Olaton Saturday. Mr. Emmet Debruler went to Owho makes any comment. But people do 'not need a "denial ensboro Wednesday. Mr. Estill White Spent from Thursfrom Mr. Bryan. Tfifafinow tbattho was not lnterestedy$n t'such "'deals. day till Friday with relatives at His offending wasvlVMookliig upon Fordsvllle. Mr. Alva Roberts, of near Trlsler, the Dominican post as a place for "deserving Democrats." Ills own let-to- left Wednesday for Hudson, 111. convict him of an attempt to I Sir. W. II. Obenchaln is very ill. I Mr. A. Shartzer went to Willie reward party workers at tho expense of the Dominican treasury. Sufficient Simmons' Friday on business. Mr. Marmon Shreve was the guest care was not shown In selecting tho "deserving Democrats," It would ap- 'of his bister, Mr. R. R. Davlsson near pear from developments of the Inves- Hltes' Falls Saturday night. ! Mr. W. H. Davisson ta on the sick tigation. But there Is something of poetic list. ex-Gofair-mind- ed rs , PLEASANT GROVB. I Jnn. Uti. .Mrs. wine i..uriiiiu, oi Martwlck, was called to the bedside of her father, Mr. Wm. Carter, who died Tuesday, 19th, and tho Interment took place In the Pleasant Grove cemetery Wednesday. Mr. J. N. Sapp died Wednesday the 20th, and was burled Thursday Indiana Senator HesiKiis Indianapolis, Intl., Jan. 27. Stato Senator Stephen B. Fleming, of Fort y Wayne, a Deniocrntjc leader, sent his resignation to Gov. Ralston. He would glvo no reason for his ac- FORDSVILLE PLAHIH6 MIU C tion, but It is known that ho was displeased with the action of the Incorporated. Senato Democrats, who in caucus lato JAKK WILSON, Sfgiv y yesterday decided to support the bill passed by tho House MonFORDSVILLE, KY. day. The Governor has taken no action on the resignation. to-daanti-lobb- oo thing in Building' Material ' CASTORIA Whut the 11)14 Vote Show. The New York Times of January 17 exhibits a notable Instance of enterprise, liberality and skill in its presentment of the full official vote cast at the November election 1914 for nominees for United States Senator, for Representatives In Congress and for Governor In the different States of the Union. A vast amount of work and a considerable expenditure of money were required In obtaining and tabulating this valuable array of election returns. Briefly tho figures published summarized by the Times show tho total votes of the different political parties In 1914 to have been as follows: 6.324,962 Democratic 0,013,374' Republican 1,906,417 Progressive 687.49G Socialist 193,869 Prohibition 30,344 Socialist Labor Analysis shows an Increase of about 32,000 In tho total Democratic vote as compared with the vote In 1912. The Republican gain was Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR THE FEED QUESTION Is purely ao mater of education, wltk both man and beast. There is In opinion of courso he(we-j- t the cannibal and the missionary as Su what constitute Kood fond, but tnra should be rflC-fere- .NO QUKSTIO.V In tho minds of experienced stac&nrem as to the value of our Feed-oveiue cheap dirty kind. r W. ,E. ELLIS The Produce Met - KUNTUCJCV. 3flEHiWtMcMWfH8ttAJWW''MW5,,'W ..... . ... . 9?lacfai Vegetable Compound. Reliable evidence is abundant that women are constantly being restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound lishing in the newspapers hundreds of them are all genuine, true and unsolicited expressions of heartfelt gratitude Sox the freedom from suffering that has come to these women solely through the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Money could not buy nor any kind of influence obtain such recommendations; you may depend upon it that any testimonial we publish is honest and true if you have any doubt of this write to the women whose true names and addresses are always given, and learn for yourself. Camden, X..T. " I was sick for two years with nervous spells, and my kidneys were attcctetl. I had a doctor all the time and used a .galvanic battery, but nothing did me any good. Iwas not able to go and soon lo bed, but spent my time on a couch or in a sleeping-chaibecame almost a skeleton. Finally my doctor vent away for his health, and my husband heard of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound and. got mo some. In two months I got relief and now I nin like a new woman and am at my usual weight. I recommend your medicine to every one and so does my husband." 3irs. Tilliu Wateks, S30 Mechanic Street, Camden, N.J. r, The mnoy testimonial letters that we arc continually pub- Clool Knrlorlcs? Precisely how the Democratic Tnr- I Iff iuw us operating before the war to give European manufacturers con- trol 01 our market Is well illustrated by the official customs figures cout-iiithe ten months of this year to November 1, as compared with 1913 Every mouth of 19 IS shown! mi excess of merchamllso exports ov imports, the yenr's total In our favor nBRregntliiR $091,000,000. The monthly excess ran off after the new Tariff became operative, October 1, 1913. Hy March of this year It had run down to $4,900,000 In April our balance was turned to a debit of $11,200,000. The excess of Imports over exports for April and until September stood out In shnrp contrast with the reverse results for the same months of 1913. Here arc the figures. April . $53, CIS, 977 $11,200,544 .May .. 00.SS3.700 2.54S.SO0 32,130,700 June . 457. 40G July .. 21.909.00S r,53S,S44 August 50,207,507 19, 400, 390 Huh fnif-et- l B 1 , j'liiit j FREE I f.TI IV NTT-- FREE :Dl:rotOiyOhio Co.rty - Professional Otto C. Martin at I ' Memoirs of .eon In Three I 'utilities i j This man caused the last general European war. His personal memoirs, written his secretary, lkron De Mcneval, are full of the nn absorbing incidents specially in view of the present rcat European struggle. by Just a hundred csrs ape, hi, ambitions bathed the Continent in a cn of blood. France alone, under his Icai fought German'-- , Kttin, Austria, Italy, and Great Britain aiui p, Circuit Court T. r. nirkhwuJ. Judge; lien 1). Rlngo, Attorns ; Y. Attorney Law P. Mldklff, Jailer; B. 0 Harrass, ,CJerk; IS. L Ulrkhcad, Master Coin-- i HARTKORD, KY. mlssloncr: II. T. Collins. Trtistna . Jury ruml; S. O. Keown, Sliirlff, Will practice his profusion tn Ui). ' . O Uin ore Keown. Court convenes first ,an1 Criminal Pnic4Jce a. Specialty. Monday in February nud continues -" " " tliri'P WOll.'B- thll-l- l MnMlInO In Ai .11 two weeks, third Monday in Uctobor,' &. HI two weeks County Court John U. Wilson,' Law Judge; W. C. Ulankenshlp, Clerk; C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford, HARTFORD, KY. Court convenes first Monday lu each Mtre. W, II. UariMfi nud C. It mouth. Quarterly Court Uejjlns on the Smith aiuiounoe Uiat ilwy have Jorm- first .Monday lu eviry month. a iKirui.ffalilp for tuie Koiiurul irac- i mi ft if tn in u i ... "r taw tXCt criminal and dlvor Tuesday lu January and first Tues- day in October. icas.t-- , Mr. Smith bulng Coumfy Attor- utniT County Officers C. S. Mox- - - Is provsuusd from tiracbVittg imcX ley, surveyor, Ky., it. Forusville, F. D. No. J; Tom Hlites, Assessor, ceisiti. Mr. Durius will Individually OffI in Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shults, Suiierln- - oocpjit t,uch practice lemieiii, iiaruoni; Ur. A. IJ. Klley, Hartford Republican building, HartCoroner, llurtford; T. H. Ueiiton, ford, K- Head Engineer, Hartford. offiXntlW - " ' l ' Rfl THP R Attorneys at it h i J sfi- -.. u-- Read this one from Mrs. Waters: suffered from Jjcaring down pains and backache. I had lx;eii married over four years and had no children. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comixiund proved an excellent remedy for it made me a well woman. After taking a few bottles my pains d:apiearcd, and we now have one of the finest boy babies you ever &aw." 3Irs. C. A. Uickkode, H.F.D., ' itfo. 0, Hanover, Pa. llAXOvnn, Pa. From Hanover, Penn. "I was a very weak woman and -- Hi Compoundrears been E. Pinkham's Veerctnblo Lvdia For 30 JPv HteWrite Now answer this question if you can. Why should a ivoman continue to suffer without first giving Lydia E. P jikham's Vegetable Compound a trial ? You know that n .nas savea many otners wny snouia it lau in your caser has the standard remedy for female ills. No one sick with woman's ailments does justice to herself if she docs not trythis fa- moos medicine made from roots and herbs, it has res toredsomany suffering womento health. II $21S,S19,791 $39,145,490 By the close of August foreign merchandise In transit and In ware-- , house had been exhausted, and the war was having Its full effect In tern- porarily stopping shipments from abroad. Europe recovered from that paralysis during October and Novem ber, however, and Is steadily Incre.ts- lug Its sales of manufacture here. Taking the live months tabulated above, however, and comparing the figures of the two periods they represent, we find that under the Protective Tariff we sold the rest of the world $21S,S19.791 moro of merchandise than wns sold us, while under the present Tariff there was sold to us $29,145,490 more than we sold abroad. That is to say, we lost our on the wrong side of the account. Closed factories are not the result of the war; they are the result of a Free-Trad- e Tariff. Bay City (Mich.) National Farmer. $27S,-145,4- iu.: Get these Memoirs Free lishers of COLLIER'S, I'hc National Weekly, we arc enabled to olTer a limited number cf these e ids of the Memoirs of Napoleon ftcr with a ear's subscription to Collier's and this paper. ThcelTcr isMrictly limited to get advantage of it you "must act promptly. three-volum- By special arranprment with the pub- Sherlock Holmes Stories Exclusively in Collier's All the Shelled: lltlrres lire e tubl'thei! In 1915 wilt be tr nted eicii.s'e'.r m cviiii . Tbe "Last minute" pontes' if lie rVcreri Uarttllt appear eftjr c(L & l&e section cf Cullie(s. The fxt'en iltt.ri II srtear cscL wee k in ihorl Moty anj serial futm. Milk fulliran' tlnely Fditrrlalt an tviielr quoted Comments on lit.feii ilt cont.rme lu be aa ex.lu.ii e feature. rl.tcr.ttt fn'! U picklnc and shipping the Mrnuir. Q) Stop the Child's Colds They Often afttr 2d Monday In .March, ThursJ Send jour otd- to this ifTcr mo. It ).u ne day alter I'd Monday In May, ThursResult Seriously. alieady a subscriber, lout fub'Ci.ptul tl be exday after I'd Monday in August, tended for one j eaif urn ispre'eiiic'.tctf ep rat wn. Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough Thursday after I'd Monday In NomU TRADr.MartKS nrumnlT oLiaiimhI in COLLIER'S S2.50 f fpec.jl ccmbmation are children's ailments which need all cvuittries, or no fro. Vt uLuus PATC N TS vember. Jp'l.e. includ Hartford after-effecto LYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. THAT PAY, sultertmlUm Uwniuftilj, at vu lilire e vclun e V2C.1 immediate attention. The Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftuetjijirti loinrctss. esnse, I.MeT)bin.(H.ttra d (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNX, MASS., for advice. Republican er 2d Monday in .March, Friday arter are often most serious. Don't rnj ii'iKlel. (.liotour skeicrt for rnCC rejrt Your letter will he opened, read and answered n (.wnuuiiiT. i jtarr iraeUe. SUIU 2d Monday in May, Friday after 3d take the risk you don't have to. PA88INQ RCFCriCNCCB. woman and held in strict confidence. v- by In Hill, Monday in August, Friday after 2d . on iTont.w. ratents rll to Dr. King's New Discovery checks the 03-SO- B Monday in November. SsvBnth Strcst. TlieTMce-a-Wee- k Aam Cold, soothes the Cough, allays the smalsHMsa. Edition HARTFORD POLICE COURT. TWMonirawiun. sU. G. pondent of the Chicago Daily News. Inflammation, kills the Germs and alO. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. Finds Man lie Saved In Battle. Of The New York World Fogle. City Attorney; J, p. Stevens, Columbia. Mo., January 2S. Two He told Mr. Bell that he was still lows Nature to do her healing work. Marshal; Court convenes scconkl Moninterested in his comrade of half 50c at your Druggist. Buy a bottle men members of the same regiment ( day in each month. century ago; that he believed his 2 City Council J. c. Her, Mayor; R. io the civil war, who haven't seen, Practically a Dally at The Price of a T. Collins, Clerk; J. K. Dean, Treas-urceach other since the battle of the,Iriend Botsford had become a Kviclenee. Members of Council J. C. Denwhen one of them bore yer and removed to Missouri, where Weekly. No other Newspaper nett, Capt. A. D. White, A. E. Pate, "But are you sure this telegram is - he had found success. his wounded companion of the battleD. Ralph. A. C. Yolser, W. in the World Gives so Much J. H. ! Mr. Bell undertook to find Mr. really from your son, Mrs. Roob?" Gillespie. &$$ ADjJ saved his life may now, by at so Low a Price. Botsford. He wrote to the school of asked the visitor. School Trustees J. D. Duke, Chair'letter, be renewing their friendship, The National Weekly"No not sure," said man; R. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. after fifty years. An inquiry sent to journalism, asking aid in the search "but it looks like Tom'sMrs. Roob; J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. handwritOne of the students in the school the School of Journalism here has The year 1914 has been the most ing." Judge. RELIGIOUS SERVICES'. paved the way to an interchange rounded up the main facts of Mr. extraordinary In the history of modBotsford's life. These, together with M. E. Church, South Services of greetings. ern times. It has witnessed the out- morning and evening eveny first and Until this csr Evan R. Jones and James Sherman Mr. Botsford's address in Kansas City Colli tr'i has been mini break of the great European war, day iunuay in each month. SunPotsford were in the fifth Wisconsin were promptly forwarded to Mr. Bell Mild at $5.50. Now school 9:45 a. in. Prayer meetRegiment in the Union Army, Bots-or- d in London. the price it J2.J0 a struggle so titanic that It "makes ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. Recently the school received a let andseha executed BUCHEE-SEEDS SUCCEED ! D. W. Napier, pastor. was only a boy having enlisted all others look small. a i oncessitin hereBaptist Church Services morning when he was 17 years old. At the ter irom .Mr. ueu, acKnowieugtng t tie SPECIALOFFER will by mc can olfcr it You live in momentous times, and and evening every second and fourth receipt of the information. So Maj. balM Neir.nu.lnes.. A trial rudei roil oar Dermanent customer. battle of the Wilderness, May 5 1SC4, at a still further mike you should not miss any of the tre- Sunday In each month. Sunday school reduction in conhe received a serious wound in the Jones knows where to reach the man Prige Collection -- Er!fiSl2i.,Jt 9:43 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed nection with this tuI-It 10 iprlrs Taralp. plemlM right shoulder. His comrade, Evan whose life he saved in the battle of I Uei tbe finest : .o.w.ri.,7 luib.-i- ;S : nu. test all. I mendous events that are occurring. nesday evening. Rev. a. S. Pottle, varieties la publication. ' uuauA.vttt.u iu ii.r;.r. E. Jones, saved his life by carrying the Wilderness, fifty years ago. The No other newspaper will inform you pastor. Mention this Paper. Christian chances are that by this time Mr. Write Church Services every Special Offer to Our Readers him off the field of battle. That was with the promptness and cheapness third and fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. the last time the two saw each Botsford also knows the whereabouts of the Thrlce-a-Wee- k Kccocnizina the prrai demand fur CoWiVr'i at edition of the amJ 7 p. m. Sunday .school U:30 a. in. o SEND 10 CENTS of Maj. Jones. llic m ince, ucliavcttiailc arranermert- - to other. torovt'M'Oitwnd picklnc and rtct'Y thlt valuable New York World. Moreover, a year's Elder Gwinn, pastor. Hi r it .iinl our win imblicatiuu racli cmr enr ox perns p6inij, trfetner with tijr big toiiicuoo (nr i'ie in ire nl fo'ier's alone 'I Ins Ualit mill jpairnciiTv uruuiiiui irru ana J'ifitil nooKt subscription to It will take you far Botsford was In the hospital for SECRET SOCIETIES. j i wua an doui ux iteti t a;ttiH oi seaa, rart. nTcr aii'l must be taken ad vaulaL'ciliror plly. c. Cough Medicine for Children. into our next Presidential campaign. Hartford Lodge No. U73, F. and A. several months, and when he reHW riiifVhcn vA3 LUaert STRUT Never give a child a cough medl- M. meets everj first .Monday night Vhat You Get n Collier's The Thrlce-A-Wee- lt covered he received his houorablo World's regudischarge from the army. He return- cine that contains opium In any form, j lar subscription price is only $1.00 in each month. V. S. S'.eens, W. Icllin'i i he one Ms. imlcpniiknl, fcailos M.; Owon Hunter, Secretory. ll.o i. ..vol tli- - wliolecountr. Nut cnlj per year, and this pays for 13U paed to his home in Wisconsin and took When opium is given other and moro Hartford Chapter No. M b. E. S. L'xi) eitizen'a liandbuuk Imt it in .ilto a pers. We offer this unequaled news- - meets every second and fourth .Monmm. iiiic (nr tlie lio!c family Amoiik! tie up again the task of acquiring a le- serious diseases may follow. Long tlmiL' tliat a jiar's uljscriitiun tic- - arci day evenings, .Mrs. .1. H. Williams, paper and gal education, in which he had been experience lias demonstrated that W. M.; Jas. H. Williams, W. 10UO F4ilo-!aby the ciil war. He was interrupted Ulj&J- "STSnTTEpa ' thi: haiitkord hkpit.lica.v MIfcS Eliabith Miller. Secretary. GOO News Photot there is no better or safer medicine j 2SO Short Artfclri admitted to the bar of Illinois in Rough River Lodge No. 1JU Knight together for one year for Sl.tio, ISOSboct Stotlea for coughs, colds and croup in clill- - j 16G6. 100 IlluslratrU relUr-- t , HOTEL subscription price of of Pythias meets every Tuesday evenThe regular 2 Complete NoTtla ing. Jno. W. Taylor, C. C; W. R. A few months later he deft Illi- dren than Chamberlain's Cough Remthe two papers Is $2.)(. Both fir oil; neuricis, oi u. H. S. Collie r 8 seeking edy. It is equally valuable for ad. . $2.50 nois and came to Missouri, Hartford Tent No. 09, IC. O. T. M. an opening for the practices of his ults. Try it. It contains no opium Hartford Republican meets every first and tnlrd Thursday profession In a newer community. He or nights. II.. T. Collins. Commander; other harmful drug. For sale by E. P. Moore, RecoiM Keeper. lived in Sedalla from 1SGG to 1S72; Acme Lodge No. 33!) I. O. O. F. The- most economical, cleansing and in tbe latter he beeamo United States all dealers. meets every second and fourth Frio germicidal of all antiseptics is Attorney for the Western District of day nights in each month. C. M. Har "Aileiiuate" Is the Right Word. Missouri and moved to Jefferson nett, 4oble Grand; W. it. iledriclt, Someone has said that when the tLOrAMERICANH Secretary. Pity. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. S6ven years later, in 1879, Judge Republican party again is called Into meets every second nml fnurtii nt. In" city where good hotel Botsford, as he was known then, power Congress will not dare to enurfday nights in (bound, the Powhatan heads the Tom me moved to Kansas City, where he has act a "high" Tariff. The word A soluble Antiseptic Powder to Williams, Council each month, W. C. 1 lut.v "" Co.iniandor; "high" does not mean the same un1,1 ved ever since. IIo had become It is firart inltht'fcmru of in Wallace, Clerk. sssscs.ia.a. rniiLKna be dissolved in water as needed. i,1 countrymen, v Celebrated lor atyle. perfect lit, almnllcity art " Sometimes it Sunshine one of the leading luwyers of Mi- der all conditions. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches meets etcryHive No. 42, L. O. T. M t - reliabililjr nearly 40 jeara. Sold in ifearl means elevated in place, lofty, honfirst and third Friday erjr city and lonn in the United Matea ard ssouri's second city. He has been one in treating catarrh, inflammation or nights In each month. Mrs. Canada, or by null direct. More told Hub Attyo of tbe leading members of the Re- orable, noble, full, or complete. Then ulceration of nose, throat, and that Griffin, Lady Commander; .Mrs. any other nuke. Send lor tree catalogue. When publican party in his city anil more It has some other meanings. caused by feminine ills it has no equal. E. Mlschke, Lady Record Keeper. II. McCALIS MAGAZINE More subscribers than any othei fashion one uses the word "high" It does For ten years th Lydia E. PInkhara Kojstono Chapter No. no, R. a. than once has been Its candidate for macjatiiia million a month. Inwluable. I.au Medicine Co. has reoomment'ed Paxtino M meets every thlrU Saturday nlsht est styles, patterns, Ureaamaklnir, millinery, office. In 1S9G he was the Republi- not tell the right tale unless the user plain aewint;, fancy needlework, halrdrcsslnir, in their private "correspondence with in each month. John T. Moore High of the word goes into some detail. etiquette, pood iturlea, etc, On) CO cents can candidate for judge of the Kauwomen, which proves its superiority. Priest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. year (worth double), Including a free uattesn. A better word when applied to a nas City Court of Appeals, but lost bubscrlfb today, or send lor saiunli ccdv. AMERICAN SOCIETy OF EQUITY, have been Protective Tariff is "Adequate": ad3 Women who its weight in cured say State Officers President, J. 11. WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS TTie TotTatan is refined, ex. to bis Democratic rival. it is "worth gold." At to Agents, rostal brings premium catalorut equate to insure work and wages In elusive, and 'restful. Its excelPrinceton, Ky.; Vice Presidruggists. COc. largo box, or by mall. Mr. Botsford is a member of the and new cash priaeoflcra. Address location on Pennsylvania lent Avenue, 18th and H Streets, The Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. dent, J. II. Burney, Muhlcjaberg Co.; IU UcCiXL C9. ltolW.J7ts,SI NIW IIU law firm of Botsford, Deatherage & the United States. No matter how Secretary & Treas., S. B. Robertson, mates it a desirable hcadquar. treason, formerly Botsford, Deather- high an engine can force water, comlcr for bridal couples, tourist Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. II. parties, conventions, Schools and age & Young. He lives at 2930 Tracy pared with a machine with less force, Hartford, Ky. colleges. , it is not adequate unless It can pump Members State Executive Board-- Ben avenue, Kansas City. The Powhatan' attracts the to the elevation of the flame. What Watson, Webster county; J. W. yeoplc ot culture and education. The hero of the incident at the batto State, War and CURK LUNC8 Dunn, Daviess county; HUnry Plrtlo, is needed in this land Is a Tariff adehivv Departments, alto to many tle of the Wilderness, Evan It. Jones, quate Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin counof historical points interest, to Protect our workers against became Maj. Jones. He went to later ty; C. G. Davenportt, Warren county. makes this hotel especially at tractive to a discriminating pub Ohio County Officers S. L. StevEngland and today is known as the ruinous foreign competition, and no with lie. ' party can expect to control affairs Henry Pirtle, Secens, President; editor of the Shipping World, pubThe Powhatan offers rooms retary; S. E. Bennett, Treasurer. with dctaehed bath at $1.50, Succeed when everything else falls. lished in London, one of the world's unless it nails its adequate ProtecCOUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. 12.00 and up. Rooms with priHalf-ma- st tive Tariff Hag to the mast. In nervous prostration and female greatest commercial papers. bath, tZ.JO, $1.00 and up. vate Osna Shults, Chairman, Hartford. flags ovldcnce n passing away. weaknesses they ate the supreme 'Write for booklet wfth map Ky. Maj. Jones didn't forget the man remedy, ns thousands have testified, . 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. whose life he had suved fifty years FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND .Manager, 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsvllle, Ky. ago. About two months ugo he was ANDAUTHBOATAND LUNG TROUBLES. 3. Ira Bozarth, Olaton, Ky. O STOMACH TROUBLE tulking to an American newspaper FOR FLETCHER'S 4. H. O. Autry, Ualzetown, Ky. it is the bcit medicine ever told GUAEANTI2KD SATISFAOXOasI llllllllllMllllllllhtllTTFTTmTTlB 5. E. G. Austin, Prentiss. jums E. P. Bell, the London corres- over a druggist 8 counter. Utt. JatOMJSX I , 6. J. L. Brown, Rock-portKy, -r Special Offer to ourReaders Your on h'ire ltd COItlEK'S, lie National Weekly, t tetber h tti Ilitc cf Nucleoli's Memons allcf the,- - v gel fi the price cf Collier's aLne. plus to am the till Cc JUSTICES' COL UTS. Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday after yd Monday in .March, Tuesday after 3d Monday in June, Tuesday after 3d Monday In September, Tuesday after Sd .Monday in December. L. A. McDanlel, Hock port, Friday after Sd Monday in .March, Friday after 3d Monday in June, Friday after 3d Monday in September, Friday after 3d Monday in December. S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednosdav after 3d Monday In March,, Wednesday after 3d Monday in June, vutincsuay after 3d MoUday in Sep lemuer, wcunesuay after 3d Mon uay in Uccembur. It. C. Tlchenor, Centeriown, urdny after 3rd icli in month. Wliison Smith, SeJict, Tucsilay after I'd Monday lu March, Tuesday after :'d Monday in May, Tuesday after 3d .Monday In August, Tues-Ua- y after I'd Monday In November. W. S. Dean, WedDundee, nesday after the second Monday In March, Wednesday nftir 'M Monday In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday in August, Wednesday after 2d .Monday in November. lien F. Rice, Fonds'vllle, Tuesday ARTHUR HARTFORD, Attorney at Law - D. KIRK KY. ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVR!! Thl8 office is equipped for handling Commercial and Collection Items as well as other legal and litigated matters. Practice lu all the courts. Prompt and vigorous service. M. L. Ileavrln's Office. OTTO C. MARTINIliirtlntil. Kv. - JT W.WlKSTItATTON CruiriHcll, Kr. STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profession in this and djolultig counties. Collections. Commercial and Criminal Practice a. Specialty. Prompt and vigorous service- - .Votary in office. fr V?7l r- -e ts &11U lr s ss.sk . inLTsTJimnnfaCi to-da- y. r. Collier's CollieB in Clubs sHhi1 First Time - r SEEDS' 1 to-da- y; it i . i re I !; ls 'POWMTM i. mmsmi D.C. SPECIAL TO WOMEN $2.50 ) I I Bal-nial- n, Electric Bitters KILLths COUGH the Or; King's New Discovery Children Cry FORCSffis" jSk. CASTO RA L f'J (i" m VaW b i tmki sMsHHBMhthM j - Frco Trnrlc. cd a liopq In Christ 1009, during a If there wero any further doubt meeting conducted by Eld. O. II. na to tho cauBe of the present Inck Lawrence, united with Cano Ilun of employment it would ho dispell-(Baptichurch nnd lived a consist ed by the results of tho Frce-Trnd- o member until bar death, which , cut provisions which was Inserted Into .occurred January 12, 1915, funeral i r n the sugar schedule or tho Undcrwod-Simmo- HAPifljSiiH lUlluucitMl ly- wl.l J, A. UOI-t says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in CIU, ncii.ttn AAit.l.il-.- 1 Free-Trad- e Tariff law. lar. Her last remains were laid to writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's Scores of sugar factories throughout rest In Cane Run cemetery by a largo tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Infanta and Children. the country have been dismantled crowd of sorrowing relatives nnd Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I and their machinery sent to South friends. Sho hntl been In delicate thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able Kind to dp any of my housework. After taking three bottles America as a result of the Free-Trad- e health for some time. She started of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon provision. The administration may to school last fall but was ttnablo gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, call tho Kltiintlijit "psychological," to go long, but sho was nble to be up iK" as well as run a big water mill. but the fact remains that the mills most of the time, not being confined u.coiiui i m ii ..., I wish every suffering woman would give have been lorn down and thousands to her bed until a short time before of men thrown out of work, the de her death. Sho died yoitnd, but sho smaiJiSiteroalaffllRfS HniJllicSiojaaclisaiulIJmtcliif struction being as complete us any bore her suffering and troubles with wrought by the German howitzers out murmuring, being perfectly sub- lllmp to the will of God, Ou the In Ilelglum. -On the lloor of the House n short evening of her death she called all Promotes felinnrhmfh! time ago Hon. Joseph W. Fordney present In her room stating she ncssanillfcsijConlsinsnciaw domestic sugar wished to talk to them. Commencmentioned forty-on- e upmm.Murimnc norJlional plants thnt hail suffered. The list ing with father and mother, brothers a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, Nor Nauc otic. In the Cougrcsloniil and sisters and friends, talking to was printed and it always docs mc good." Kecord, and has grown since, then. eaclt one separately, .telling them she Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, Here are the places Mr, Fordney had hut a short while to stay with tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanlixiu Sm mentioned: them and she wanted them to be good ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's JltrMleHt's-stisrhl'iiM-oiio go to church and be prepared to I'm Out of dullness. ionic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui The Hell Heioite Planting Co. meet her lit Heaven. She especially for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing llihrk-ctSiJThe Vulverda Planting & Manu- requested her youngest sister, who women for more than fifty years. mM Sugrr . go to El lb tojrmi ttmr. TP n facturing Co. Sam Plantation & Man does not belong go the church toand up In front to meeting and Tho Uncle :J O U Apcrfer I Remedy for Constipufacturing Co. do what she ought to. ation , Sour Stomacli.Diarrliw The Miles Planting & Manufactur- A precious one from us hns. gone, Wi)rins,roimilsious.Fcwrii!t ing Co. A voice we loved is stilled, The Sera and Magnola plantations. A plrice is vacant in their home 10U ni'ssaiuILossoFSLiai'. 0 A plantation of Plaquemlne ot Which never can be filled. in v Facsimile Signature? acres. 3a fo in the arms of Jesus, 'trvH . iU The Sweet Home plantation. Safe on his gentle breast, NEW YORK. uxftc V- 'M The La Place sugar plantation. There by his love o'er shaded ,Tho Vanfry Planting Co. Sweetly iter soul shall rebt. HER TEACHER. The Ivanhoe plantation. The Alice U. Plantation. J Cuarantccdunifei-llcKoo11 Tho Crawford and Kichland plan- .Many Disorders Come From the Liver Are You Just nt Odds tations. Exact Copy ot Wrapper. TM ctNTAU CM.UK, HCW T'.K CITT. Willi YoursclfTJJo You The Home Place. Regulate Living? The C.len Coe plantation. The McManor plantation. Are you sometimes at odds with Do yourself and with the world? Tho Front Lawn plantation. you wonder what alls you? True v. The L. & Kay plantation. Tfe.w. r. mrjbmmr J fri V VftaW n JKmfSMmVS s& fnfl fit llf H.,v uwiiwiit lllivu naffta rha . .. w, .... nnrl nrMirtn filing mill tilt you may be eating regularly and The Shcrley Planting Co. fire of fine inspiration and followed p sleeping well. Yet something is the The Miles Co. by 250 short stor!c3 of adventure, I Headache, Constipation, Tho Ascension Planting Co. matter! II Y will make The Augusta plantation. Nervousness and Bilious Spells indl-;at- o The W. V. Ventress plantation. n Sluggish Liver. The tried remedy is Dr. King's New Life Pills. The I.ecman Co., Ltd, No Money The Mllly plantation. Only 25c at your druggist. inAdvanca The Southslde Planting Co. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve for Skin Suiinlao 2 Tho Oliver plantation. tion (ianr Eruptions. anteeil The Mary plantation. Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, LowcHlNet The Magnolia plantation. Kentucky Needs More Fruit. Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of orjr The Braltwaito plantation (proper This State grows good corn, toTravel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best Prions ty of the United Railway & Trading bacco, wheat, grasses, cattle and Ban minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone Terinn A Co.) horses, sheep and swine. Yet she intliehome. 1 here is no aee S living ot The Catran plantation. needs one thing to make life more limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issue3 Free SlOO to Joseph Weber & Co. Youth's Companion. worth living, to make her mountain SBOO V you do not know THE COMPANION Fro in Fnc The Star plantation (owned by the sides more beautiful and productive I:t ua aend you Tbxeu Current Isaues P. A. STARCK lory Direct FREE. Inclose thia Coupon with your eftCSlOCNr 52 Times d Year Klotz Manufacturing Co.) orchards. We have what we request. not 12. The Cecelia Sugar Co.. Ltd. call the greatest State and Those who subscribe now. scadinc $2 The St, Clair plantation. richest land lu the world and the for the Z2 iaauea of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will""" for 1915, will receivo The Companion The Myrtle Grove plantation. most 'beautiful, but our hillsides are get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. Wo will ship jou it beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' froo trim, In your magazines. The Fairfield plantation. baro and too often home. No ciibIi raiment reiiulritl. All we ask In thnt ran will ni.iv umin. :i nnd test tills pluni for 30 dti)a. If, at the etui of that time, you Jo nut flml It the The Upper Elmer plantation. Such lands are well suited to the SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE iiikhcii Krano, sweoieii inneu ami uncut pi.ino in every way, mat yuu nave ever a growing of fine fruits, for the soil ween for the money, you uro at perfect llbcr'v to nvml it tmrle. mid w.. will. In thnt THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH both ways. This Starck Piano must make booJ with you. etcnt. pay the or there la no sale. Deafness Cannot Be Curetf is eminently fitted for perfection In ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75.. by local applications, as they cannot reach apples, pears, peaches, plums and Savi $150.00 or Mir Easy Payments the dlseaaed portion or tho ear. There la grapes, and many species of these you from our tictorjr, at dm-n- , You pay ni cah Ve ililp direct to only one way to cure deafness, and that la but after 30 diya nrlcts that save vou unaMrdi of f lftO.OO In the by constitutional renudlea. of trr.il, WAt cjo bixin pjymcut on the Deafness Is fruits are especially adapted to our by an Inflamed condition of the muto furnltti cot your nlano. we tcrmi ccr suffcmted bj a pljno When cous lining the Euatachtan money Itrajoftwttrr piano Vou the cuarantrethan you ran Ruit eailntronscnlcnee, trnm are arranged to causedtube isofInflamed you haveTube.rumbling climate, maturing her in richer col liuniifai'lurvr. These for a this your M.Turo elaculuTe. and it Ii p!blr for an awiirrd of rviliu; eound or Imperfect hearing, and when It la oring and flavor than any other sec ymi to liy a pmi.o for your hjme, without MiiiKctory sweet toned uurauie mgii graiii entirely cloard. Deafmaa Is the reautt. and tions. . pitre. , mhilrs tin money. unleaa the Inflammation can be taken out aiarcx and Ihla tube restored to Ita normal condiKentucky people we believe, are 25-Y- "r tion, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine Playtr-Htcaaea out of ten are caused by Catarrh. the best In the world, but somehow Etrrr Starck IMann U i starck ant which la nothing but an Inflamed condition w Iwvc constantly on haml $1.3S irutranteed for 2S rears. they take life too easy and fall to The Republican and Louisville Herald the and nut. tienutf of the mucoua surfaces. Tina tutnatt haa back a large numbre M tkhtly oied tut Player ttaiKM on ctio We will give One Hundred Dollara for any grasp this one great oportunity: that of it our 35 rears of plana anil aooonjhind pl.iU'X of all market. You will be case of Oeafneaa fcaused by catarrh) that Globe-Democr- at 1.76 ejperleree, and the tanUrd mil.rj tal.cn in ex with the many cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. ot fruit growing. Simply planting The Reptblican and St. Louis of II ii ol I CStahllviCuV rharae for net Ktarck Planx Bend for circulars, free. tcJtuni of theaa c mjiontlblc piano bouac. THe and F. J. CIIENET ft CO.. Toledo. Ohio. trees and letting nature take care aronderful fmtmmrnta, awl 1.50 are a few umple baranis Sold by Druggists. 75c. The Republican and Home and Farm will be pleav.1 with the 50 Frai Musk Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ot them looks very seductive, but very low price at which Weber $110.00 tnry can ue lecurcJ. the good dame fools us oftimes. Lissans Stcinway 92.00 1.75 The Republican and Plana I k Fraa Chlckering 00.00 The idea of commercializing our To errry purchaser of Muster Commissioner's Sale. Send today for our new Surclc I'iann, we ghc free Kimball 95.00 3.S0 hillsides through orchards and vines The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald nulla Imaoiu. in one of piano Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. 195.00 beautifully illustrated you a Starck the bat Xnon kIiooIi In iuoic wnicn (flies and small fruits somehow does not Lola I'haup &c, Plaintiff, large amount of Infomii-lioCbleaso. Thr Sntuni you 3.50 Send f)r our lateit complete appeal to our farmers very much, at The republican ana U&uy uwensooro inquirer ran take in your own home, pianos. This rf vs. econd band bargain list. by mall. Thli rrprearnti look wilt interest and l.east to not enough ot thepi; we The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.7i please you. Write today. Georgia Johnson &c Defendant one year'i free Instruction. 1343 Starck Bid.. CHICAGO By virtue of a judgment of sale need more new people and new P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., perhaps; more The Republican and Kentucky Farmer Education 1.75 of the Ohio Circuit Court, rendered ideas. at the October term, 1914, In the progressivencss. Some of 'our people Republican and New, Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 procoeds and costs herein, I will of- have this spirit; for Instance, the The fer for sale by public auction at the Warren and Henderson fruit grow The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1.50 court house door in Hartford, on ers and others speaking in this ismany another we could andMonday, the first day of February, sue DAILY DETWECN The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 'MUklaTaT J. 1915, about one o'clock p. m., upon name, but Kentucky Is not a fruitgrowing State, although it should a credit of six months, the following and will be some day. Kentucky described property, A tract ot land lying and being In Farming. Ohio County, Ky., on tho waters of ''-.- . zjc 'mmtwrcmrt ?r Halls Creek and bounded as follows: wnwiv a "l '. YOU 5'!',',- On tho North by tho lands of Mar-in- n aK 1s' aw Martin; on the East by those ot --c: a THE Mrs. Woller,- the Hayward farm; on I i fin' ir a .at. - ru). i.u.,lii CI frvt. 6 Ir i SEWING U1V tnUM. U4 tho South by those ot H. D. Shroader a .. viiranT. i . ...- - lavas. - Ill rujcr t. M (M . .tlwl4 i ft ! i . JJM&rM .11 tu.n..iill MI MACHINE and on the West by those of Alex of Buf.ab" Ovjif r :aa4 MaI-oStenrscn "SZNO." OF nt Being tho north one-haFehlen. Treatment May lsttoDedat Daily -- CLEVELANi) ar.d BUI-FALQUALITY.) of the land conveyed to Mary Mitchfor WEAK tiJO A. M. A'f.t..-- J fVW A Jt ell and Jaa. E. and H. D. Schroadcr ArM'oUudla .i.) (Ciu r.'. Sliacarl by writing of by J. P. Miller et ul LUNGS or r.lll and-nil I li tI. I .. "ari.lun Polols..., Railroad llcLrta AA KO.ru.T irJ..sUw.bu.dm.dU-ir,!- ,. NOT date July 31st, 1S91. The same beLookl.l fr. CONSUMPTION u II. I .... ' ' u, f .r tua- -a for llckrla ml.1 ,,.t SOLO ing tho land conveyed to Mary J. Cloveland, O. & BUTFALO TnAK3lT CO THE CLSVCLAND Mitchell by deed dated Aug. 19, 1893, If you mention this paper we will send you UNDER ANY , a bottle and recorded in Commissioner's deed that tired,FREE, by mail a quick relief for OTHER feeling, coughs, pains book "H", page 470, Ohio County In chest, night' sweats, hemorrhages, weak NAME. Feet right all tho time. Don't lay oft Clerk's OlHco, or sufficient thereof to lungs or consumption. days by frojn work for Lio- - Ver-Lt- taking calomel LOCK BOX 618 produce tho sums of money ordered OHIO MEDICAL CO. OVER 8S YCARS keepa you when pleasant WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. COLUMBUS, 0. Backbee'a "Full of Life" Korthern Growa) i9bibibibibibibibVK EXPCniCNCE on your feet, whilorelieving'your troubto be made. Pedigrreti Seeds have a reputation of 33yeara If you purchase tho Jf UV IIOMK you will le. Safer too, and easy to take Don't jucoesiful seed row iiif behind them. It pay t The purchaser will bo required to bavo a life asset a t tho price you nay, and will tako anything else. You can't afford Dlant the besl execute bond with approved security Specialtiesbeasonable not ha voan endless chain of repairs. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysBUANS Immediately after sale. tem and relieves constipation. A natEarliest Red Valentine . . ti 30 Bushel I ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura aua uaiiy . f i.jj BUihel nciuKec This. 12th day of January, 1915, I, f Quality Bushel Mew Stringless Cmn Pod . SA.70 in its effect and certain in result3. It ERNEST E. BinKHEAD. Wa'dwell'a Imp. Kidney Wax 14.50 Bushel Considcreti will won't bo tons' before Liv- - Vet-La- x Trade Marks Davis New White Wax . . 14.73 Bushel Master Commissioner. DrFENDCD.1nJ1.l PROCURED AND Designs Currie's Kust rTool Wax . ft'jo Bushel completely displace calomel in everf 'ffiMVfn Copyrights 4c, ku the nOASi HEAVniN & KIRK, Attorneys. home. Children can tako it freely an.l riua .JrluLhow to obtain munu, trauj uwliu, Extra Early Alaska . . . J) 50 Bushel I copjrvtta,cta, in ALL COUNTRIES. Anronejondlng a rketeh and deacrlptlon mar ) with perfect safety. Every bottle euar-anteeCheapest w, opinion fraa "oetuor New Early Cradus . '. . . j 50 Bushel qutiUlr usrorlnln our n nlnhlA. CnttimUlllCA-anHuiir.isl itirret vrll WasMfie mxm ..Mi,hl. ill 50c and $1 in bottles. Nona liironilnii Horsford's Market Garden . S) 30 Bushel moitry am ojitit ntftitnt. Gone But Not Forgotten. "'"- tlonaalrlctlr 'CI.nuueinmi. nHnuouun u Buckbee's Lightning Express J 00 Bushel genuine without the Iikeneja and sijna-tur- o in the cod ftUM ana litlrl.imtnt males uciu:iy. acntfice. uldtst niiroucy foraecuriiiirpatenta. line ol Co. reculve YrlU or aim. bj Ul it On January 12, 1915, the, death Lattuce. RadUh, Tomato and a full of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by '.ifltiii. laspii I hrimuh Munn jurlaltutfca, without cliaruo. la the bxds. Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. angel In r.nv- It XUMh Stmt. bv Vatttt 8UU. rttcat Qatca, I -h visited the homo ot Mr. and Send for complete catalogue or submit a list at WA8HIN0TON. D. C. Hartford. Ky. J. H. WILLIA'MS, four requirements and IM quote prices-Bu- y Mrs. J. R. Wilson and took from 19VlwHIIIV 1WVIIVMW. direct from the grower Save Money, If you want a sewltia; machine, wrlta fbr Jjraeat A. h.uidsomclf lllntralad weakly. Write today. Mention this paper. our lateat catalogue before you purotuue. that family circle their lovely'daugh-ter- , ot anr aelonutlo Journal, lernia, K a fnurmontri,U kWWbyali nawadealarj. Lorena. Sister Lorena was The New Horns Sewing Machine Co., Orai, Mass. For palna In th t.nrk i gout remedy la Dr. Mllea' Anli-l'jl- u Pill. Itfotatlkaatt.. laOf art UH teat, ItOfajaVA born Auguest 25, 1899, she profess- HtiRnr IMnnti CIoswl Ily SrSCIlSTflRIA srrSIL! rr mni st It Always Helps ( ns a ICASWLRH ' The You Havo fci r Always Bought Bears the Signature of ftfxk vr Aw H 0 The Woman's Tonic nl I - .J.' e Get a Bottle Today! For Over 10,-00- Thirty Years I I tgS 11J l0 .ynw Stare k Pianos! Fact iScYOUTiTS COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 !( Ken-.uckla- ns 3D DAYS' FREE TRIAL ,'&" low-ti- t, OUR CLUBBING RATES. Ht i'larer-l'hno- ltf-- rrpu-titi- rUyer-riaao- follow-Ini- ....... n "Hi Fare 3 22 - Address all orders to to-w- lt: w3ZttZr22. Q3&53&g&s&fths T . JKKmmmB ijr ; . .tiSj .id... THE REPUBLICAN. USE LI V-VER-LAX - 1 !.. a .H !. WILL TAKE OUR '.t, lllu-r- .uj lf FREE wmA' run-dow- n NEW -I 1 g HOME "'J I For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. SEEDS ijTTnjra VnBK r""' !.,.. r il. ' " yt H. W. BUCKBEE f&unKimm ipRoi Wajuhhew-'ww- SWING iiwijw Profit-Sharin- a The opening days of this Sale have proven conclusively (hat the people are always interested in real bargains; that they know when we advertise a Sale, it is going to be a real bargain event. Our g Sale means. store has been crowded with anxious buyers who know what our You are doing yourself a very great financial injustice if you don't find out what we can save We expect you in more This Sale doesn't close until SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6. you. than once. w l7Pamni2H2EES2S2SS222E!!L5S'2!2S22ES222 isjiMiMiSJmmjmwmrmT?yirffK!!vi i ys'rwi 8 E. P. BARNES 6c BRO., iOHESS OF Beaver Dam, Ky. Kiissla--Ther- e An agreement was signRumania has been Increased ed In London for the loan of activity alone; the eastern tront, tho to be advanced by the Bank Russians pushing their offensive both of England to Rumania. It Is stat- In East Prussia and lu Poland. ed that it is understood Runiunla will use the money to pi chase war France The Germans blew up the. materials. French trenches in the St. Man! wood for a distance of fifty meters by Turkey The advance of the Turkmines, but were prevented It is stated that Austria ish army which Is undertaking an In- from occupying them by the heavy Austria has suddenly strengthened Its front vasion of Egypt bus reached the out artillery fire, according to the Puriit to check the threatened invasion of posts of the British to the east of the official report. Hungary by Russia, expected to follow the occupation of Itukowlna. $25,-000.0- mmmmmmammwmmmmweemm MRSJTETOT Continued from ..-.- first Page.) earnestness; I love you for your loalty and I honor you for your patriotism, and I am deeply per. in every hand, to give grateful to you one and all for the development, and all indicate expressions to thoughts long repress- hundreds of personal kindness and - icl&slre that otliers everywhere place a newspaper and honors which you have so lavishly they jKi njoy the privileges which cloje ed, and to In every home, to give the bestowed upon me. good books Rtviw enjoyed. They usually inmates new ideal? and a broader Farm For Sale. "v'O a .philge to stand forever for conception of life. The 20S.0S4 men tHAj.tlon About fG acres 3 miles East of and to advance It and and women who have eyes to see and France In France and Flanders I "JKrOMrires at every opportunity. Hartford on Hartford and Cromwell who have hands that ctij band reds of such letters here see not andnot, and perhaps to write road, 1 miles from plko. Four there has been so little change Paris 208.0S4 nothing was reported from the but write room cottage in good repair. Ever"viiA ne, all to tome of you. all more who read but poorly and write War Office. to the value of the' belated but laboriously, are to be the imme- lasting water at residence. Two barns, tobacco and stock. Plenty of as earnestly as the faints diate beneficiaries of this movement, peaches and apples. All hill land, Kutnuniu Rumania has made no SltrVUs to the joy of balvation. In the end, as after effects, it but if aniiouncenuit with regard to her at very good condition. Possesaildltlon to eradicating illiteracy bring the antagonistic and the but in Mniely from many districts this should sion any time. Terms reasonable. titude towurd entering the war, alindifferent into sympathetic and inthough great battles arc expected Apply to DARNETT & SOX, 3car. a community interest has been, telligent with the school. soon at her front door. Republican Office, education has been popular-:a?rsl, attendance and Illiteracy has been stigmatized, should increase the of atendance. 23tf Hartford, Ky. promote regularity Wednesday. e ,s VMsjiMt of progress, builded upon should create demands for more effExcellent for Stomach Trouble. Kimland Sir Edward Grey in an ?sta.ntial foundation, has devel-rn-compulicient schools and a stronger "Chamberlain's Tablets are Just authorized statement yesterday says In isolated communities and sory school law. should make illit fine for stomach trouble," writes that the parleys held in 190G and communities and all sorts eracy appear a uncalamity wnen Mrs. G. C.Dunn, Arnold, Pa. "I was lit 11 in regard to England's attitude iw" ejvramunities, where moonlight avoidable and a disgrace when inten- bothered with this complaint for ciiu-tVIlclglan neutrality were Inhave been established and tionally endured nd should make some time and frequently had bil- toward and were caused mainly by organized. formal jri-ileducationally as ious attacks. Chamberlain's Tablets Germany's strategic railroad opera3fcsy persons have been reached for such condltoius would render illiteracy in any large afforded me great rqllef from the 31? iiilirhhial Instruction, making a tions toward the Belgln frontier. The degree Impossible In future In this under the direction of the State, we shall be gratified, intense- first, and since taking one bottle of statement, an answer to Uethnuinn-theI feel like a different person." Hollweg's interview, says that In any XKe&erat home, and some have been ly gratified, and grateful that it hus For sale by all dealers. 5 event the understanding entered Into vaaals more thorough after the served other ends so well while servuttwed by continuing under the with Belgium was only to hold good ing its own. jmgtmiisetau of the teacher prlvate-'l- in case Germany violated the neuI desire to commend the ?iauy former teachers have LATEST WAR NEWS trality of the smaller country first. wisdom of this body of Kentucky ex- t Instruct one privately, A denial of educators in adopting as their own 'tAnryors have volunteered to jplanatlon of the "scrap of paper" Monday. illiterate clients, a few women to promote the two great construcremark is also made. Knglanri An attempt by a Gertive movements which today are Uirw: volunteered to teach in their Great Britain did not come out &A03. and school children in some agitating the public mind and which man cruiser squadron to repeat the of the North Sea battle entirely uns.ws havo enlisted to teach one or undoubtedly are destined to revolu- attack recently made on Scarborough scathed. The Lion and the Meteor So gradually we are securing tionize the State the eradication of the Hartlepools and other British were bo badly damaged that they had aMi will becure from these ranks Illiteracy and the building of good coast towns, was frustrated by the to be towed Into port. Fourteen roads. Both were adopted by this or- British patrolling squadron, and in ZZ others a force for picket duty. Englishmen were killed In the enjails in the State classes ganization while they were y5t in the a running light the German armored gagement and twenty-thre- e tf several wounded. '&? alliterates are being 'taught, and pioneer stage "and I trust that you cruiser Bluccher was sunk and two year In German battle cruisers were seriousthe results attained this ilii irnrl,- Is to bn extended to nil view campaigns with a sense or pride ly damaged. . The British ships sus- Both the English and Trench ofThe ' Reformatory at bot JUr. jails. so and natur- - tained only slight So far as ficial reports say that severe German .fdrt has passed a resolution andInProprietorshiphave justsuccessfully is known only 123 Injury. Bluecher's attacks against the English lines so those who al of the it 'tXeXufmn shall leave its walls along La Bassee Canal were revemVe instruction is now being and splendidly promoted a good crew of 885 were saved. A battle pulsed. cause. between the light also occurred presided for all illiterate inmates. When the members of the Ken- cruisers and destroyers accompany- 3 beginning lias been made in Count Von Bernstorff, Germany pledged ing the bigger ships, but the result tucky Press Association of the mining camps in the a.i-yesterday a:rt. and the milling districts have UiemseHwu In their annual meeting of this engagement has not yet reach- tho German Ambassador, notified the State Department that - lu vaded. Dawson Springs on the tenth of ed the Admiralty. at his Government had given official J"e speakers' campaign soon to be June. 1914, to promote the campaign Austria It Is reported from Vien- - assurance that no foodstuffs. shipped - (which had been inaugurated against J!Mii.dmil next by tho Kentucky Illltbe ij Commission Is one inwhlch illiteracy In the State. I felt a sense na that Germany has taken entire from the United States would - of security as to its welfare and an charge of the military afTatrs of tho seized for military or any other '?. Mildred and twenty of the statesmonarchy, while the Hungarians crnmental use. educators and talented orators, invincible hope for Its ultimate under Premier Tisza are In control cess which I had never kuown ami women of tho State, will of political affairs. Fiance Numerous important at- campaign of oratory against 'fore. How splendidly you hae ' hered to that policy and how zeal- tacks made by tho German forces France All arms aro still engaged against various positions of tho you have advocated that cause :tjr nro, perhaps, but two havo in the Argoune, os to tho campaign aglnst llllter- - needs no examination of the files of been lost and where trenches times French battlefront are said to have retaken beveral kcelt repulsed. m& yet feo far as its Intersts. lie in the newspapers In your offices to support of the press. The one termlne, although such examination In two days. In Alsace both sides are putting fortli vast olTorts. the press muy grow Inert be- - would reveal an unparalleled sis Russia Russian submarines are is accomplished, and the Ilo or devotion, proof of pens forcl-.nbollevcd to havo torpedoed the GerItusla In Poland decisive re- man cruiser Gazelle, which reached that it may dilute or weaken, My, frequently and faithfully wield-vt- r by adding too many other ed. columns unstlntlngly Used, the sults are Just as lacking as'ln France, port disabled. tfort8 fro&KJ'i.f and other phubes of the best in display aud headline and all but a change In tho character of operations Is expected to follow Ruh- subject. There aro persons that goes to give prominence and Thursday. a'rtlcle known to the sin's nm? nffeiiRlvn. nnd It is believed would overbhadow or mlnlmlzo (fectiveness to an Him.' KiirIuiiU From Vice Admiral Sir . movement by attaching to or newspaper cratt contributed, and In Hint tin. threntmied invasion of Beatty comes a brief and busl- rxw.I'jsing with It sundry and Ivers of fact, all else that could have been snrv will further tux Germany's re- - David .ncsslikc report of the naval battlo vur things pertaining to school dono to prove your deep and abld-- ', sourccai i of Sunday la&t, a report that not only who would belittle it by as- - interest. But the best test of any - brings out tho supremo Importance wirtag it an Incident to something scheme or effort is Its results. In tho Germany Chancellor Bethmann- of speed, but, for tho first time in our .' r by recognizing In it only a tremendous public sentiment created Hollweg In an Interview given out- observation, pays tribute from aroused, yesterday bought to correct tho misj In the spirit of to somo other in tho United States In mlral to tho men of tho englneroom awtl vinreullzed end. It Is Incident to tho recruits' enlisted and the forces moving, but Is u scheme and plan set In motion, the Kentucky press j regard to his reference to tho Bel- - and tho stokehole Sir David Twice, it seems, ay?.' n'ort all In Itself. It Is a means may Justty view with pride the glau noutrallty treaty as "a scrap of flag. Tho damage to the appreciation of the new tnstltu-iu- k the moonlight school and tliolr hope in it for their fur- - placing a and beauty and usefulness. It Is to afford them an opportunity at whatever age they ch6ose to seek it, and if they do not choose to seek It at all, to induce or persuade or allure them. It is to convert the waste material in citizenship into intelligent, useful, usable material. It is to educate, not ten or twenty years hence, but immediately, for better homes, better ballots, better roads, better It Is for the purpose of business. you sufficiently, and with propriety cannot thank you at all, for the cause is yours and the State is your field for development. Both as editors and patriots you owe It to yourselves and to the State to lend your most enthusiastic efforts until the battle Is fought and won. Yet, I nm sincerely gratified at your remarkable zeal announced officially the loss of the armored ship Vlknor, which either struck n mine or foundered, with all on board. The number of officers and men was not ascertained. The German otliclal report confirms the loss T the Uluechcr In the engagement of Sunday, and says that a British cruiser was also sunk. The Admir alty lias made no mention of the alleged loss of a battle cruiser. of which lias been reported dlfferut times. lost at Suez Canal, where the first skirmishes have taken place. t:s- tes-vir.- t3 -- fl v-H- II III laltnl s lis Again ' A Soliloquy in Two Paragraphs 3ni.-ujs5- ng ses-a:tc- 4,That' the third time thumoming. I can't wait moment longer on that fellow. Let me see what U Smith's number? far-seei- id sev-t'jK- e3 Bcthmann-Hollweg- 's flft J :.. -- "If Jones won't provide sufficient telephone facflf. ties for his customers, he can't blame me for deling elsewhere. Operator, give me 437." How do you know this very occurrence doesn't happen with your single telephone. Have an auxiliary line; the cost is trifling. Call the business Office B. - . CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCOI1PORATEO 11 1 ad BOX 119, OWENSBORO, KY. J e j I OUR SCIENTIFIC nr-- ! gov-du- el -s suc-ttj- -i . Horse and Mule Collars rV I dan-jous- ly J de-T- ft :.i j e.am-icTihota- sk v- , I ef-w- to j I j r.M.-kA- s long-desir- We are putting in a stock of Harness, 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,double stitched and made to lit. It does away with the pad and sore shoulders. It is a comfort to the beast and a pleasure to the owner. Call on trans-paper- ." -- tte xio end, only tho ono for which it vr designed the eradication of ad- tvK "illiteracy. Tfte moonlight bdiool is for the wiUw&iioii of adults. The Illiteracy n'jkipa'ign Is for tho purpose of em- aoipatlng Illiterates, to give them rr freedom and power, to fill their tkMKO Uvea with ono and joy aud achievements for which lu a largo measure thoy aro responsible. I con- gratulate ou one and all upon your efforts and your success. I esteem It an honor to any editor and to be a member of this body, more than I can express. For your support of the cause of emancipating tnea and women for illiterucy I cannot "thank saya forrcd his preju-aftthat this remark was not mado until Lion and tho Tiger seriously com-gtuEngland and Bel- - diced British chances to make a he knew that In addition to the had a secret understanding as ploto sweep. neutrality of Belgium that vto- - Bluccher tho Admiral speaks some-late- d to the or tho slnk- the genral Haguo conventions, what vaguely, It is true, of the Kolborg, a light cruiser . ing and sister ship to tho Mainz, the Tuesday. KngUnd The British Admiralty Koeln, and tho Augsberg, each one J Bethmann-Hollweg er J m i Williams & Miller BEAVER DAM, KY. ! y i