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LONG IS OUT OF THE DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 30 0; HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1915. tlio General, with good wishes for all and malacc toward none. Very Truly, vember was: Republican, 5,915,-27Democratic, 5,752,580; Progressive, 1,474,243." Tills compilation was made on the vote for United States Senators and Representatives In Congress, and not on the tote for Governors or other State offlclers. . ELECTION CROOKS TO RACE G. W, LONG. Declines To Run For Republican Nomination. Not Convinced That His Candid- acy is Demanded By The Party: Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. '1. Holding that the Federal" Government has Jurisdiction over election machinery Judge A. R. Anderson, In the United States District Court here today, overruled the demurrer filed by Donn M. Roberts, Mayor of Terre Haute, and twenty-si- x others, t5 tho Indictment charging them with conspiring to corrupt the election ot November 3, 1914, In Terre Haute. The twenty-seve- n Include Dona M. Roberts, Mayor of Terre Halite; Clt H. Redman, Judge of theVlgo County Circuit Court; Dennis Shea, Vigo County Sheriff, Thomas Smith, City Judge; Harry S. Montgomery, presl-- f dent of the Board of Works; Elftier E. Talbott, City Controller; Oeore Ehrenhardt,member Board of Works; nation. John Masselink, Inspector of Seats In reporting comments on my probTool Planned It) Tobacco Men. and Measures; Edward Ortscoll, "emable candidacy two or three friends Hendereoa, Ky., Feb. X. At a ploye of City Engineer's office, and referred to suggested objections be- meeting held at Dixon Suturday the Gen. Jesus Carrunza and Members of Hilton Redman, attorney, sob of FORMER HENDERSON REPRESENTATION FOR cause of age. If these had been suf- tobacco growers of Webster county Staff Executed. Judge Redman. to arouse my unanimously adopted tentative plans ficiently numerous Laredo, Texas, Feb. 1. Gen. Jesus the arguments. Representative fighting blood I should have been for a widespread organization of the MAYOR PASSES AWAY G. 0. P. CONVENTION Carranza, his son, Abelardo, andJg-naci- o A.,In Stanley, O. ot Henderson, Ky., forgreatly tempted to show these Os farmers pt the dark tobacco belt of Peraldl, and members of Ills mer Judge Frank S. Roby, Flnley P. iers that grey matter survives gray iveniucKy ana lennoisea.tno.aieei-in- g staff, were executed by Gen. Santi- - Mount and Clarence S. Nichols, for hnlrs and bodily vigor defies sixty was well attended regardless of w. I. Thompson Was Under Secretary Reynolds Announces bancz, a former Constitutionalist the defendants, contended that the years. a steady downpour of rain, and a general who deflected to Zapata, ac- court has no Jurisdiction; that the The party Is rich in material and call was Issued for another meeting cording to a telegram received by supervision ot suffrage' Is a State' Charges Brought by Action on New my failure to run will not embar- at Dixon on February 13 for the purtho widow of Carranza, from the right, and that the Indictment was rass It. Mr. ". P. Morrow has al- pose of perfecting plans for organiza' City Council. ' Rules. first chief at Vera Cruz. Illegal from a technical standpoint. ready announced his purpose to en- tion. Carranza and his staff were taken Frank C, Dalley. United States Dls ter the race. He is a brilliant young HarirocTc. "a tobactd grower, Lewis prisoners recently near San Geroni-m- trlct Attorney, defended the indictHis well known, throughout the district, man of Integrity and honor. on the Isthmus of' Tehauntepec. ment for the Government, citing many vo- -' Washington, Feb. 1. Secretary forceful arguments convince the Henderson, Ky Feb. 2. Former was the sponsor of the tentative to re- Supreme Court decisions In his arguand his eloquent appeals arouse plans. The object of the new organi- Mayor W. I. Thompson, against whom James B. Reynolds, of the Republic- Carranza's staff, according Sr enthusiasm of the "boys in the ports, was executed immediately. ment. zation, as outlined, wlH bo to comblnd the charge ot a shortage was brought an National Committee, today antrenches." The memory of his dis- the tobacco growers Into a corporate before the City Council following his nounced that tho new plan of repre- Carranza and his son and Peraldl Total of ISO Defendants, tinguished father will be an asset of body for the purpose of pooling their retirement from office last June.dled sentation In the next Republican Na- were held prisoners at the time as A total of 126 men were named great value to him In his political crops. It Is understood this will not suddenly tonight of cardiac asthma. tional convention proposed by the hostages. In the Indictment, but only 115 have The father, mother, wife and othaiviiratlons. eighty-tbe In opposition to the recent ruling His' roommate, Carl Bruns found him Republican National Committee, had er members of Santibanez's family, been arrested to date. Of these That Intrepid campaigner, efficient, of tho supreme court, which declar- in a dying condition In their down- been approved by States representing hree have entered pleas 'of guilt courageous public servant, solid bus- ed the old pooling law unconstitu- town apartment about 11 o'clock. At 290 electorlal votes some twenty- - recently reported as. captured, were ty, five not guilty and demurrers were iness man, Christian gentleman arid tional. the time there was still a slight 'move- lve more than necessary under the sent to Vera Cruz, where the Con filed for twenty-sevestitutionalists said they would hold good fellow. Dr. Ben L. all around March 8 was the date fixed for the If plans suggested today are adopt- ment ot his pulse, but before Dr. W. Conditions made by the national comUruner, has not yet announced, but ed as final, representatives will be A. Qutnn, who was summoned, could mittee and will be put 'in effect them pending' "the disposition of trial after the twenty-seye- n had Jesus Carranza. when Ihe committee meetss to his friends are keeping their ears to sent to each county In Kentucky and arrive Mr. Thompson was dead. been arraigned and all pleaded not, national conventhe ground. Mr. Thompson, who was about GO guilty. The defense asked 'tor March Tennessee In the dark belt and local Student Held-u- p at Bottling Green. 8 at the request of Representative A. too, that many organizations put under way. There years old, had been prominently iden- tion. I understand, Bowling Green, Ky., Feb. 1. tt Secretary Reynolds' statement friends are urging Mr. E. T. Franks, are about 45 counties la Kentucky tified with the public life of the city O. Stanley, of Henderson, Ky., chief years old. counsel, who did not want to begin Skaggs, twenty-on- e Governor Maurice ,H. Thatcher and which would be affected by the pro- for. many years, and served as May- sayB: "At a- meeting 'of t,ho commit Decem- 'who arrived yesterday from Grayson the trial until after the adjournment Judge James Breathitt to get into the posed corporation and equally as or twice, once about eight gears' a'gb tee, held, in Washington contest. and again for the term which expired' ber, 1913, it was, 4eci94 that, the county to enter the Bowling Green of Congress on March 4. many in Tennessee. There are few speakers whose Former Judge Frank S. Roby, of Farmers in this section are man- lasti year, The investigation made basis of representation .should be Business University, 'was found toalcdge hammer blows drive home ifesting much Interest in the. move- of the city's finances following the changed, it Republican, State Conven- night With his hands and feet tied counsel for the defendants, was truths with greater force or whose ment, and It Is very likely represen induction of his successor into office tions in States representing a major- with wire and blindfolded in a hole given five days in which to file a brief logic clinches them with sounder tatives from most points in the dark was reported by the Council to have ity ot the voters in,the Electorlal Col- in Reservoir park. A large gash was in support of a motion for a bill of reasons than those wnicn now in belt will attend the.meetlng February shown a shortage In tho city paving lege, which would be equivalent to cut in his head. particulars. He told several, students who rhythmic sentencos and ministerial 13th. bonds, and the charge was still pend- the' majority of delegates in the naJudge Anderson, In bis decision, tones from the eloquent 'tongue of ing at the time of Mr. Thompson's tional convention, should authorize found him that he met three young said that the theory of the' Governmen in an automobile at noon today ment Is that the right to vote for Victory for "Drys." the.gentleman from Owensboro. He death. In a statement at the time. the change. The resolutions also provides for who told him that they knew where members of Congress and the United Feb. 3. Circuit Mr. Thompson declared that an exam Pinevllle, Ky has a grasp of public affairs and a business training which, coupled Judge W. T. Davis handed down his ination would show all accounts alternates, delegates from the Dis- a young man who knew htm well States and the right to act as election ' trict of Columbia;' Alaska and the In was rooming and wanted to see him. officials at such elections are guaran with a moral courage unexcelled by opinion in the local option contest straight. any man, make him a safe counsellor this morning. It was as follows: the teed by the Constitution and laws ot years Mr. Thompson served as sular possessions; and the approval Skaggs says he aconipanted For and wise executive. "That tho present, County Unit law-- the secretary of the Henderson Com- Ul me new system lit buuu iiumuoi ui strangers to the room, where he was the United States, while the demurrIndustrious, conscien- Is constitutional; that while there mercial Club, and he vas also the Stages as are entitled to cast a ma- locked up and with a revolver point- ing defendants contend that such Studtous, tious and capable, and possessed of was some evidence of irregularities agent for a flro apparatus company. jority of the voters in the present ed at him says he was compelled to right is given exclusively by the rfll the virtues to a superlative give up $150 and a gold watch. thcro was not such an appreciable He was especially Interested in tho Electorlal College. State. The court then quoted Arti- Mr. Reynold's statement further Ho says he was kept in this room cle 1, Section 2 of the Federal ConThatcher would main- amount as to leave one in doubt as charitable organizations of the city, tain tho dignity of any office and dis- to what the result would have been and took a leading part every year says: "The States that formally rat- until dark, when his hands were stitution, providing for the electttdn His feet also of Representatives, and the sevencharge Its duties with wisdom and in the absence of such irregularities; In the supplying ot Christmas cheer ified the plan, and the electorlal votes tied baok of htm. fidelity. that throwing out the preclnpts In to the poor. He interested himself that they represent, are as follows: were bound and he was, blindfolded teenth amendment to the United "Arkansas, 9; California, 13; Col- and taken to the Reservoir park, States Constitution, w'Judgo Breathitt Is probably the, which there was evidence of irregu- actively in the Henderson baseball providing for ablest and most pleasing public larity tho drys still had a sufficient club, and was one ot the leading orado, C; Connecticut, 7; Idaho, 4; where he wus thrown over a' hjuff, the election ot United' States Sena- - t Illinois, 29; Indiana, 15; Maine, 6; receiving a large gash in his head tors and the act of Congress of June speaker In Kentucky. H,o has a ju- majority as to Indicate what the will backers ot the game here. 18; Michigan, 15; and many bruises In the fall. dicial poise, breadth of view, an an- of the majority was, and that upon 4, 1914, providing for a method for Ho is survived by a brothor, Ster- Massachusetts, alytical mind, and withal a dlgntty tho whole, he believed the election ling Thompson, a prominent insur- Missouri, 18; New Jersey, 14; New the election ot United States SenaGood Salesmen Wanted and gracious manner that fit him for to be an expression of the will ot the ance man of Henderson, who at the York, 45; North Carolina, 12; Ohio, tors. tho highest honors. He Is one of the voters ot Bell county. To sell our Fruit Trees In your, present time Is In Chicago on busi- 24; Oklahoma, 10; Rhode Island', 5; The fourth 'and final count in the most lovable men in the confines of Best terms known to the indictment, tho Judge said, was pracness. He was notified ot his broth- South Carolina,, 9; Tennessee, 12; county. "Wets" Wta Declblon. 7; West nursery business. Vermont, 4; Washington, old Kentucky. Steady employ- tically the same as count three, only er's death immediately. Winchester, Ky., Feb. 3. The con- ' In stepping asldo and giving up ment, good money made selling the scheme to defraud was describThe funeral arrangements have Virginia, 8. "There were in addition to theso an ambition which has never reach- test board for the local option elec- not been made. In the Trees, It you are a good ed In different language. several States which were In favor of mixer with the people. Write us count Donn M. Roberts ls charged , ed tho consuming stage, it la Indeed tion contest In this county, handed mm a pleasuro to know that theso and down Its opinion this afternoon short- a. A. R. To Meet in Washington D. C. the plan, but which, held no State today for terms. with placing a letter in the matls for Washington, Feb. 2. At a con- convention during 1914." many other equally worthy friends ly after 1 o'clock, sustaining the com the purpose ot executing a scheme to . OAKLAND NURSERIES, The membership ot the next na 28t8 In the cause of Re- tentions of the "wets," who holds the ference here today ot tho national aad defraud, and that the other defendColumbia, Tenn. to the recent election In Clark county to be officers- - of the Grand Army of the tional convention, In accordance with,! publicanism aro available - f ants aided and abetted Roberts In Couty Judge Stevenson de- Republic, D. J. Palmer, of Washing- tho above plan, nas rnot "yet been Invalid. party. placing tho letter in the mails. Clayton Sharpe Brought To Hartton, Ia commander-in-chieDr. G. worked- - out in detail by State, as this tor whom All of tho twenty-seve- n It must bo distinctly understood livered a dfsentlng opinion. ford. Magistrates Willis and Pace voted A. Newman, of Des Moines, , adjut- requires a canvass of the votera in demurrers were filed were in court. , that I do not decline to run on acChief ot Police Bell went to Hart- Mayor Roberts and Judge Redman count ot "age," "heajth" or "pres to sustain the petition. , Attorney ant general, and Col. D. R. Stor-vlt- each congressional district',', in order ot Buffalo, quartermaster gen to determine the additional delegates ford yesterday morning, having had seats at the counsel table with sing business!" I decllno solely for James F. Winn, ot thfscltyj wan the reason that forty years of pretty chief counsel for the "wets," assist-- J eral, decided tentatively to hold to be allowed. The result by States Clayton Sharpe In his charge. Sharpe Representative Stanley. constant and reasonably faithful par- ed by Judge James H. Hazelrlgg. ot the next national encampment ot will bo made known luer by the Na- was arrested the early part ot last week for grand larency, it being ,, Salesman Wasted to look after bur (, ty service, In which time I have ask- Mt. Sterling,e Pendleton, Bush & Bush the G. A. h. here during the last tional Committee, represented-th"drys."" The' decis- week ot September. The statemenl'f urther says: "The charged by his stepfather, Dave Sad interest in Ohio and adjacent couri- The national ed but one nomination, has not my party associates that I ion was received bythe ''dry'' forces encampment ot the organization was official returns that have been com- ler, that he stole $175 from a walft Republican, National let. When arrested Sharpe had the have earned a scat at tho head of the with great cOnSternat (on. The. Cir- held at Louisville in 1806. It was piled by dress The Harvey Oil Co., Cleveland,, t?e" called on to held at Washington in' 1870, 1892 Committee show that on national Is moned on his person. Wednesday's table, and so I resume' my place in cuit Court, will no-. Oilo.' --.- .,. sues the vole of the country la No Owensboro Inquirer, and 1902. the ranks and await the command ot handle the cacc. ly to-da- To the Republicans of Kentucky: So many friends urged mo to announce for the Republican nomination for Governor that I liccnmo Interested to write a few hundred letters In nn effort to learn puhllc sentiment. For the most part 1 refrained from writing to those whoso support I hud reason to expect on personal grounds, as my desire was to sound party feeling. The- replies would certainly hu sufficiently en couraging If I were disposed to enter the contest and develop sentiment by the usual methods of organized camHut they do not show paigning. juch spontaneous support us would Indicate n general demand for my candidacy Independent of pcrsonul solicitation, and I am not inclined to enter into a bcratnble for the nomi- (ion. Vlll.i Takes Charge of Mcvlran 1'icshlency. Kl Paso, Tex., Feb. 3. Francisco Villa has proclaimed himself In churge of the presidency of Mexico. This was announced In a telegram by from Gen. Villa, received Villa appointed his agents here. three Ministers to take charge-- of the civil government. Villa gave as his reason for assuming the olllce that hla forces had been separated from the Convention Government, headed by Roque Gonzales Gnrza us" Provisional President, who went with the Zapata forces when they departed from Mexico City at Its occupation recently by Obre-gon- 's Carranza's troops. Villa telegraphed from Aguas Calientes under the following: date of y "On account of communications having been cut off between the Convention Government and the division under my command, and as public service cannot be Interrupted on the extensive zone which I control, I have found myself compelled to assume the political authority, creating three political administrative departments: The Foreign Affairs nnd Justice Department, In chnrge of Attorney M. Diaz I.ombardo; State and Communis; cation, Gen. Louis Do la Garza and Industry, AtTreasury torney Francisco Escudero." Car-denu- MCE TRIAL HBB I IT BilflilflilflK bIbIbIbIK&v JbIbIbIbIbIH ' Demands 1'iobe Into 'Possum Hun-te- r Ontr.mei. Morgantown, Ky., Feb. l". The Butler County Circuit Court conven ed here today with Judge McKenzle Moss, of Bowling Green, on the bench. The occasion was made memorable by the court's vigorous charge to the grand Jury to Investigate with tho cldsest scrutiny the many outrages that are alleged to have been committed In this county within the last four months by the "possum hunter." For weeks outlaws have kept the good citizens of Butler county In a state of alarm by .ihelr periodical raids In various sec LLLLLLLLLLLLLwrr aLLLLLBLHBLLLLLHi tions of the county, whipping sometimes a man and then a woman or saBaVflawBasr .VidBBflBflBflBMBWBBBBH BBABflBBflBl both, pretending to say they were in BbBbIbIBIBIBpI BBIBIBr V4JiBbBbBbBIBIBbI need of correction. Not only have they defied the law themselves, but have threatened those who sought to Interfere. There Is fear that the high water M4bBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ BBBBbBbBbBbBbBb ' 'BBYflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflfflff ' in various streams of the .county may LBaBBBBBTflaK interfere with the probe by keeping ' many, people from court, but Judge Mosrf'lahld he would continue court weeks If necessary to bring ,BBts"s"atatatatatatatatataltatai '" tor-tw- o to Justice those who are guilty of the alleged outrages. CARL M. TALOR, r Candidate for the Republican Nomination' for Circuit Court ClerJc. Numerous indictments ore expected by the people of this county. Anderson Overrules Demur rers in 27 Cases. Cjurt Holds Federal Government Has Judication Over Voting Machinery. ' KBBSBIBfBKSiSKK HliH '.bbIbIbIbIbIbV o, n. Em-me- - A '- f; 8, ' con-"rlnc- ed v (s , Montana. North Dakota, South Dako- tn, Nobraska, Missouri and Ohio, They wore organized, boastful and 41 FOR TARIFF BOARD nbundantly supplied with funds. Even In tho largest of these Slates, ft ON THE WAR ? & ? they professed to bo confident of vie- -' ' 49 tory. i Coa i wounds begin to heal or their Ill- Whitacre Startles House Their coulidcncc Increased as tho SIX MONTHS ONK YKAIi h campaigns progressed ness to wane. October 3 tho 4? flf Famous Seige lleagues by Advocacy of 49 l Woman's Journal reported Joyously: One of the articles published in J 4? tills connection in the Frankfurter "Ohio Is going to win. If Ohio wins, 4? Commission. Paris. l New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey Zeltuiit; was written by Dr. G. Burk-hanl- t. 41 l and Massachusetts will come In In 4 who describes the methods of & converting wounded soldiers into nse-- I Washington, Jnnunry 23. Uepre- - 1015, and the country will have been 4? IHfsiieuls of Beleaguered City ful workers in othor Unas of activOn October 4? Isontative Whitacre of Ohio, Demo carried for suffrage." & ity tluui those in which they have cratic insurgent. In n speech in the ill, threo days before the election,! 4? J3'e1fi Oct Until Starvation ? tho Woman's Journal reported "Vic--, been ncditstonietl and for which have House vlRorotndy urged r tory seoms certain In Nebraska." The 41 been made unfit by reavon of their Was Imminent. h uctlnn on tho bill Introduci suffrage leader in Missouri reported crippled condition. 1 h ed by Republican Lender Maun, pro- Dr. Burkhardt tells of pne man, vldlne for tbn annolntment nf n mm- - to this Journal; "Sentiment In favor is. c,NOT .SUNDAY) Han:-- I ? u partisan tariff board, startling his of Amendment 13 Is growing by lenps Tfeity-ttn- ir years ago today, on Jan. formarly a motor boatman in and bounds." Tho Woman's Journal to left arm was sho' on. party colleagues. burn. who 33, 171. th- - most terrible aelge y nf riMALnn ) (...l.l "ft. ll M. mm m 4? "The only Item In tho tnrllT that, paign States, by a ftrcat capital came By dint of some Instruction in bul exifrtired ? T TSj I I t I II the women have high arUhmntic, the the Democrats can defend as having . -. ( wltli the capitulation of! lish, writing and wa ?, i a jon a r.otm- - reduced tliv tariff without Injuring holies of tho result. IbIm "Wnf 19 jTntu Itia f aiiiu.,i lltlltj man is neinf nitea lor ... ... III., afm St i ...J .. UIU What happened to these liifth an American i tef icHrrniiiiilpil the city ctttlnp the seller and souvenir seller on trns fecting clay Industry Ih that af- hopes? ANDh products," declared itTMpfe tiff from nil communication The Miffrngtats carried the two mtacre. ". i "An impartial Invostiga- th thp outside world, except by bal- - leg8' ,9 Nevada, the 1)0.,n i ""? loea ma pidgeon post. The great '"T iyp. u. flr?-"-nm u ,1on hft8 show" lmt the Kat I.h ,r-- , least important States State In the moat Hpnrsly-setllo- d i pool (Ohio) potteries wore not lujur-n- i Pr.,.iM. .im,w.i . IMenograpner anu in x I'nlon, with a popututlmf k-than the hospital. bv the reduction In tariff in the 'sraftf 'Within the city the people, dally instruction fc "P. n.alj, In .1,12 u't.t, that of the city of Lawrence, Mass, ; - 1 . nderwood-blmmoti- - s law. .witMdly gay. frivolous and e.-- I ,io', ,,; Montana, with a population Annual Bargain Period Limited & "Many other industries in my state and ,0' v'oun ed PO,d,er' a1u &PP'a5 ? comported themselves like he lb about one-ha- lf that of the elty of ""Je t0 raen ,an wM'n have been seriously Injured. If o ? Calmly, sternly, with bull dog I1"" be b Two Months ,. They were defeated In the ,, .... ".v.. .. ,. lloston. mc rP,,nlinij H11. ? llliuusuuui fltacJty, reduced to rations of l teaching of the crip- tariff board us Mr. Mann has propos- - other live States. i and quality barely view to actual Measured by population, the States 4? pled soldiers and to obtaining posi- cd, ue would make an impartial in- -. S to keep body and soul they are dUinlss- - vestlgatlon on every Item and give a which they carried have a population for them after One-Ha- lf l .'.Tioy Jield out until at last tions 'of The States In which & tftjr .wore loo weak to fight any jed from,ofthe hqspltals.so farThe chi'f square deal. If they show that they they457.928.their appeal and lost have ? made given In- have been injured, courses Instruction the Democratic ? arithmetic, for- party owes tt to tnein to remove a population of 10,413,011. clude penmanship, n'Jiu s;jge of Paris began on Sep-"o1 will be Measured by female population, stenography und the cause. eign languages, 111, 1S70, when. the city was & i the wholo number of females of nil typewriting. "We promised to revise tho tariff 'ages 4? ccirajiilfJely Invested by German troops only when in tho two States carried for 41 C5v ittat day the boulevards were as without Injury to any legitimate suffrage Is 17S.505; In tho live States 4? Courier-Journa"The Bet Laxative I Know OL" & in American Industry. The general de- i l g:vj s ever, and Paris was apparenthave sold Chamberlain's Tab pression shows conclusively that va which rejected suffrage, it Is 5.02S,- - 41 "I ly wiimoved by the fate which hung 595. years. People who rious industries have been injured." i ovtjr j.r. Within a few days, liow-er- v lets for several & Measured by political powor, the 41 nothing j s 1.3. Many Kmplojcs Laid On". began to feel the pinch have used them will take & States in which the suffragists won 41 else. I can recommend them to my "Does the gentleman, then, believe i nJ frovurty and the cold touch of 41 customers as the best laxative and In basing tho tariff on the difference elect three members of the national 41 of iiunine. All food supplies were ip House of Representatives, and seven constipation that I know of." wStti ovpx ly the military authori-.tsirV- s, cure for Frank Strouse. Frultland, in cost at home and abroad?" ask- Presidential electors; the States 41 i writes 41 TUia '.soon Paris .was reduced ed Representative Good of Iowa where they lost elect fifty RepresenCOURIER-JOURNA- L m Iowa. For sale by all dealers. CO.. Louisville. Ky. 41 m .a Jinrncnesn diet, sucii tood was tatives and sixty Presidential 41 o "It would be Impossible to revise j Ysufiraon pleasant to palates 41 "One Tree Drlns $100. doing injury to our the tariff without the rarest of delicacies, but Washington. The government has industries unless we know the differ- - j In one State Ohio there was a fcv?????-;?v7??7?-;??--;7?!;?- ? Tnwrug-RWAto come When all of the $99.40 In settlement for a ence in cost at home and abroad," chance to determine whether the suf-Jiwiia.Ciiud been killed and consumed, received frage movement is gaining or losing single 3ugar pine tree which was cut replied Whitacre. rswwiwaa. Earls. slaughtered Us dogs strength. In 1912, the proposed In trespass In the Stanislaus National j y extracts amendment was defeated by a maThe Ohio Democrat read rtfS ?ats. Household pets were ruth-sm- Forest, in Callfornia.and which yieldfrom speeches made by prominent gathered in and killed in jority of 87,455; last November by enough i!tat Paris might a little longer ed mofe than good-size- d actual lumber men in the leading Industries, show- a majority of 182,905. surburban ing that large numbers of employees to build a rrxiAPh the ignominy of surrender-i-p- g Since the elections, the suffragists The tree scaled IS.- -' have been taken off the pay rolls and .to the frermans. At the last dogs frame house. 933 board feet and wa3 valued at salaries of other thousand reduc- have been eager to disavow their ni-f- i rats became rare delicacies, and "high hopes," and they represent I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiscr his recording ed. HtJTssa Paris took to the trade of $5.25 per thousand feet. themselves as greatly pleased with Not many trees contain enough Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, "While I can argue here that the the meager results of their camand the rodents became board tariff is not wholly to blame for this lumber to build a two-foHartford. Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes Jf etstplo of diet. paigns. But they arc really bitterly "Sjlb the coming New Year's day, walk nearly two miles long, and this general busines depression." he said, disappointed. They had hoped to win the business written in all tho towns and villages in Ohio county. is believed to 3TU Paris was practically bare of record in which be the first case on "I cannot go out to Canton and tell victories which would open the way These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to a single tree felled idle working men that. Men whose Usafh .Still the unkempt, unshaven, hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully. to success in the States which arc to alonly possession is an empty dinner iVnto ltiinn tlio nitostlnn iiovt Vnvpm. h.uvi?y soldiers contested every inch in a National Forest was valued at t rv'nt, .Oesperate valor. Still "the iron most $100 on the stump, although pall or a reduced pay envelope can- - ,or ,Jut tRre g n)tl n ,he car. is frequent- not be convinced that the tariff is vi the Germans grew tighter National' Forest timber rying of two sucii States as Nevada ly sold at considerably higher rates. present and Montana to make an impression for their axJl tloser. In Paris human beings jnot responsible . illptl 3ike files, the victims of starva-Sin- o situation. They had work when tho upon public opinion in the East and Mo- -t Serious Stop new tariff was passed and are now ?.ad the ills that follow in its Colds Are Often the South. Possible Complication. out of work or receiving less pay. Last April, the Remonstrance said: The disregard of a Cold has often They naturally associate the two and a tlio 24tli of January Farve "The suffrage movement has not brought many a regret. The fact cannot be convinced otherwise. Jiegotiations with Ilisniarck, gained a foot of territory through. nj.Z' lour days later tho Prussians of Sneezing, Coughing, or a Fever "You can go down South and take the vote of tho male electorate, east 0no dealer or aRent in ! should be warning enough that your the railroads and throw them into sjjBif French signed an ,7VU4 wit 'statesmen UVt VV41illjr IU of the Mississippi river. Not one of sea iivmruue uetachable Kowboat and Canoe jwislico Involving tho capitulation system needs immediate attention. the gulf and tho people will still vote the New England States, not one of Motors, which are advertised in all reputable t tto 5ity. On tho following day Certainly Loss of Sleep U most ser- the Democratic ticket. But you can-- i the Middle States, out. one of the ious. It is a warning magazines of the world. This advertising .0. Wis around Paris wero occupied ture. It is man's duty given by Na- not go into Ohio and cripple the man Southern States, not one of the Midto! himself to ufacturing Industries and get the campaign reaches thousands who have use lb.- - (let mans, but it was not ,in- dle Western States has given, full assist by doing his part. Dr. King's people to do that." for portable and detachable rowboat If Km tV lh f'j-fof March ;hr,t tlie to women." motors, but wha would have no use for launches on Many Democrats Interrupted Whitarmy made its entrance into New Discovery is based on a scientiThis statement is. as true, now as account ol lacic of time and no summer homes. Wiite fic analysis of Colds. 50c at your acre but he continued. PaV?, lo riinaln forty-eiehours. promptly for particulars as to how representatives are when It was made nino months ago. 3 drugsist. Buy a bottle with and protected. Begin operations at Representative Bamhart of Indi- Tho strenuous and costly campaigns .T'i.itil von Moltke who uncc so as io aDiain me mil Denetit ol tiie seaion. ana wanted to know whether Whit which the suffragists have made in the German forces In the acre was aware that in 1911 he of- seven States have not brought about EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY .iimcfPrii8lan war, in his repou on 292 Walker Street. MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN fered an amendment on the floor of any change in tho situation. declared thut the defenders the House creating a tariff board ..' I'axis had an artillery armament of The Remonstrance renews the presubstantially the same us that pro- diction which is made .last April that ii, Tf27 ;jjece,s. of which 200 were of posed by Leader Mann. He said it "the year 1915 Is destined to witness .'he fnrgest caliber of naval ordinance was news to him. rr&: J'"rencU had 500 rounds for each the heaviest defeats which, the sufnow," "I never heard SK And u con&iderable reserve of Quickly Yielded To Lydia EL shouted Mann, "andofI it until believe frage movement has yet do not 4 Aitar. The Germans did not have Republicans who were on tho floor irtt pcws.sary guns and amuititlou to Pinkham's Vegetable at the. time heard of It or understood I'urm For Sale. t5'it ibo bombardment of Paris at Compound. it. After all, 'however, it is not so ib ct:j,'inniiig of the seige, but later 150 Acres on Hartford and Rockpor much what was done three years Xhs ivuslans brought up their beigo N. J. to thank you miles from Uroadway and attacking not only tho forts n Eiidgeton, times "I want wonderful ago. The Democrats were in the road, 1 for the thousand minority then. Now they have a 2 miles f rom , Rockport. Schoolhouse lvis liropplug two y 3 good Lydia E. s ? wWdJaQCV majority. Will they vote on ddgo of farm ryid church near. ifccJIfi into tho heart of Paris. These Vegetable roads pass dwelling house Compound haa don2 for a nonpartisan tariff board now? Three sfivlls worked terriblo havoc, and i for me. I suffered If you favor it now have tho Ways which is on Ilartford R. V. D. No. T'jjjc jstil luitrs tho scar oT that i & very much front a and Means Committee report my Most of land portectly lcvol. Any Within a few days after I bill, and it will be passed at tho drop on desiring to purchase farm will do female trouble. began, however, tJv? bombardment -- ANDhad bearing down of tho hat." woll to investigate. Price reasonaVajis apparently lost all fears of H pains, was' irregular M Leader Mann then turned his at- ble Apply for further Information sHwJli, and the people went about i & and at times could ? tention to the platform adopted by to BARNETT & SON, Ag0nts. .)rii duties In apparent unconcern. hardly walk acrosi '$ J-- UxH of Paris practically marked room. I waa the Democrats in the 1912 conven J ? ns5 the Recognized Advantage-- . tJv; rul of tho war although ovsn unablo to do my tion at Baltimore, declaring that thcy only had kept their You will find ihra naiubeUa was unwilling to give lousework or attend to my baby I waa notrevise tho not so us not to pledge Cough Romedy thut Chamberlain's ti By Mail for One Year, at Special Injure tariff lias recognized advannought to prolong the re bo weak. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable to JT3 Ad Compound did mo a world of good, and legitimate' business, but hud aban tages over most medicines In use for of the untrained volunteers Price- of and healthy, can do my ?ix:utir,t tho muses of Germans who now I am strong my baby. I advise all doned about all tho other pledges In coughs and colds. It docs not sup work and tend press a cough but loosens and relieves the platform. 3ta! poured into tho Eouth and west 6uffering women to take it and get it. It aids expectoration and opens ? 'nnce. well as I did." Mrs. Fannie Cooper, the secretions, which enables tho sys1)hiiU Combine Pitjuet With Grim K.F.D., Bridgeton, N.J. tem to throw off a cold. It counter(Iuuie of Death. FOR FLETCHER'S Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comi acts uny tendency of a cold to result J'tnnet Is tho fuvorlto diversion of pound, made from native roots and i in pneumonia. It contains no opit.V.'w T'Vencli troops iu tho trenches herbs, contains no narcoth or harmful ho!d3 the record of Tiie Turn of the Tide in the SullniKO um or other narcotic, and may bo drugs, and y j7ui- - ihu battle lino. Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper duliveretl at given to a child as confidently as to Fume remurkablo games are played being tho most successful remedy for KiKht. thousand.) .TtJrcy of the contests uro broken off female ills we know of, and your homo each day including your homo The Remonstrance, of lloston, ouo an adult. For sale by all dealers, m on fllo in tlio 4? siHldinjly by tho bursting of a schrap-tc- J of voluntary testimonials Lynn, Ma$3., of the newspapers devoted t,o tho Pinkham laboratory at papor, at the price of lit or near tho trenches. cause, rovlows recent po- The Liver Regulates tho Body; a seem to prove this fact. HluRKlsli Liver Needs Cure. Hot Lofrequentty a game ends In a litical events, and concludes that tho For thirty years it has been the standSomeono has said that people with "i:iil hand" when some unfortunate ard remedy for female ills, and has re- tide has turned, and that tho opposioSj-ji"pasaeB out" forever while stored tho health of thousands of worn.- - tion to this resolution will bo most Chronic Liver Complaint should bo voiding tho winning hand. viho have been troubled with such ail- decisive iu the larger Stales. Tho shut up away from humanity, for ments as they arc pessimists and see through (;mcny Kits Maimed for Jobs Wlien ulceration,displacements, inflammation, article in question is as follows: tumors, irrcgulariti.'s, etc Well. Last November's elections marked a "glass darkly."' Why? Because f'tv& Germany, with its character-it- t It you want special ailvico the turn of. the tide iu iho suffrage mee.tal states depend upon physical write to Lydia . Pinkhum Med-iciu- e movement. liiorouglmess and elllcienct states. Bllliousness, Headaches, DizCo., (confidential) Lynn, lir every detail of life, Tho suffragists chose to press the ziness and Constipation disappear af Your letter will be .Siv rot Intend to lose, any. Umo In Muss.and ana we red by a opened, issue simultaneously in seven western ter using Dr. King's New Life Pills. woman and Middle Western States: Neveda, 25c at your druggist.- ' ' 3 ik (levelopmuut of Its people, even. read SKIMS Sttny In the case of those who are returno ed home sick or wounded from In the field, Is shown by the numerous suggestions made In vnrlous Gorman newspapers for the Instruction of such soldiers In the hospitals In which they lie, as soon as tholr sor-vlc- DEMOCRAT PLEADS ftsaAAajaaftft:ftftftft&aaftftfMMftaftajssi,ji ',? $3.00 $1.75 at Non-paitis- ' COURIER JOURNAL I Daily By Mail A ! i trnd mmm i ' """"""""', f.",,. ' fc''v' O R NO wA RV -- to. v..rih. as., ' s FEBRUARY ONLY to These , - Regular sick-snV- jp I Just Regular Price 1t i I Subscription orders at this rate accepted sent through regular Agent this district. Tisj-lsian- -- Berry Walker, Hartford, J' accus-.tntil;A- I I or-Si- rr NEW INSURANCE AGENCY I : ot J I nf I E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartford, Ky. : tptid VV .A..N jl E 33 I j suf-'fra- t con-2si:i- ht a to-da- com-fnFiil- fBrXP TTB fnij5e, i! WOMAN'S SICKNESS gftddAfiddftSASfiSddj &SS.S.ft.S&dft5jAiil SPECIAL OFFER 1- -2 fifteen-centimet- er Pink-ham'- ' two-third- The Louisville Daily Herald m a) i3v The Hartford Republican ' Children Cry ti ti CASTO Rl A $3.00 to-da- $3.00. r j This Offer Positively Expires on February 28, I9IS: -- and bcld lu Btrk't confidence. - ?WVw9f& v j were made our outposts In tho Pad- - tax and a tariff for revenue only with HELD NOT. CI L flc ocean, n'l answer to that call. Tho promises of others ns soon as the rights of labor have been secure tin- - administration can take a day off mi OF PERJUKY CHARGE DEMOCRACY-WHIG- H? M Jder Just laws. Omul police regula-- 1 f rom devising now hills to Increase famtlons have pafeguorded the public, the treasury deficit. H ine The history of American finances Is "The Democratic party holds the I written by the Republican party. It record as tho spendthrift of nations Jury Acquits Three Men Accused B Senator Sherman Cortrasts the fought repudiation nnd Hat money, for over half a century. Tho sum of In Connection With it passed the resumption act against $.15,000,00 hns been appropriated for Records of the Republican and 'the evil prophecy of tho Democratic jn government railway In Alaska; $25, Will help parents develop their sons into-:ir. Frank Case. iparty.. It refunded the public debt 000,000 will lie asked to consolo Co- the- hest type of citizwis and Christian Democratic Parties. land It Is carried today at tho IowcbI lombla her failure to blockade tho . construction of the Panama canal gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat- Interest rates known to tho clvlllz-Atlanta, Oa., Jan 111. A verdict It Fent free sliver to an pitiless her rapacity and Insolence ed world. tered and conies from the hest home3 ir Hon. L. V. Shormtm.UnltPd States junlamented grave. Sixteen toonoWcrc satisfied; $10,000,000 Increase of not guilty was returned by a Jury Senator from Illinois, In an address ' finnn tltc war ppv nt n frrnflL mirtV Is In a.ilnflna mi.l nrnntlnli nf now nfllppfl hero late today In the case of Dan the South. Its capacity is limited, there-j- j H before the Indiana Republican Edi- .. ,.,., ift) -- ..and $100,000,000 Increase over that S. I.chon, ('. C. Tedder and Authur fore, reservations should be made early, torial Association, said In part: Thurmnn charged with subornation none name It but to laugh. The He- - the hist Republican appropriation m: "President Wilson says the Repubparty established tho gold jtlfy to faithful endeavors for economy of perjury in connection with tho Place your son in this select gioup of . . . . ......... ........... -- i lican party liaB not bad a single new Kiauuaru r.nui cruniuu juiuiiiuiiit:mui j- ami civil service reiorni; ,nr.Annnn Leo M. Frank case. I.ehon Is South....i I. u,uuu,uuv ' Id"fi In thirty years. boys. Write steamship . line ern manager for the Hums Detective commission and tho orlglnnl emer for a government i "Call the roll of thirty years: gency currency act. The Democratic rounds out a record to which Demo- - Agency; Teddler formerly was em ; . Labor employed, punctuated only liy party.with its fatal capacity to mls- ! .,n i. i.i w. ..w.. t;an ..nl.it tirlfli firtitn np vlnur ployed by the agency, and Thurmnn MfiiiL the Idleness of Democratic adminis- (Interpret nnd mlscroate from tho ma- - itutlfl alarm as they may chance to be Is n lawyer. with trations. Manufacturers were active. iterlal anil experience gathered, pro- - frugal or liberal In their dlsposl-duce- d The trial began last Tuesday and For catalogue and information. Box A. evOur foreign commerce mm with It tlons. tho case went to the Jury last night. W.I the Federal Reserve law, ery yenr, neither was It dependent on .will duplicate Frankenstein. It Is 'not The verdict was returned to a spec ,.T, , tnrifr ,aw 0.)cncd our fields war supplies for its volume, continumerely a central bank, It Is a contrul- - t(J the frecll8lC(1 nmis,gralns and ial session of the court this afternoon. ance or trade balance's. Restraints Izeil person with greated power than mauufdeturors of tho world. Its im- Tho defendents were accused of hav of trade and monopolies were curbed. .ought to be vested In any man over mediate result Is seen In nn Influx of ing procured false affidavits from act was juny lawful buslhess. The first great anti-truRngsdale, formerly nnlnuil diseases and Insect pests, In tho Rev. C. H. It is the drawn by a Republican. exports, pastor of u church here, and R. L. Increased linports.decrcnscd sane level from which tho heights and "The arm of the postal service diminished revenue, stagnation nnd Harbor, In which the affidavits de depths of effective legislation coinniunlca-jtlo- n have reached out to cheapen they distress Instigated only by tho hor- clared that negro,had overheard James since been measured. Conley, a tell another negro and encourage thrift. Tho two rors of the European war. "Two hundred and fifty thousand 'great oceans were Joined under the ho had killed a girl in the pencil factory, where the body of Mary J miles of railways fulfill dnlly the ar j American flag. Where has this Rip "What does the Republican purty Phagan was found. Ragsdale and duous duties of the greatest carrier Van Winkle slept the last thirty 2S4H system in the world under laws writ- years who now rubs his eyes and says offer? Why should It be returned to Barber later repudiated the affiNot while the it lie Republican party has not had a power? It will restore the protective davits. Conley Is serving a year's ten by u Republican. SJjejEtenitjaPalt, pulfce of commerce beats or railways new Idea In all that time? Tho grenl tariff. Confidjico will follow and the Imprisonment us accessory after the & z;.i bear their burdens will the names of national statutes of thirty years have nrniy of the unemployed will dis- murder of the girl. l Ilusiness will again move in W Oulloni and John Sherman fade from sprung from the councils of that perse. The men were tried on tho In the annals of legislation that light 'party. He cannot distinguish between Its uccustotned channels and enter- dictment charging them with brib (bo way for succeeding genera- the morning light of the Republican prise no longer halt by tho wayside. ing Ragsdale. Solicitor General Dor- "Great corporations necessary in sey Bald tonight It was unlikely they tions. sunrise of things doing and dono.nnd modern affairs will be regulated and would be tried on the indictment "Republicans created the bureau the dusk, that Is falling on the DemFREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN of Labor and made Its bead a Cab- ocracy. Samuel Pepys, the Knglish- - given the equal protection of the law. charging bribery of Barber. Governor All Pictures of Kentucky'sto tho t.r...Dt inet member. It enacted the first ninn who kept a diary, records that Monopolies will not prey upon tho From th foundation ef ta 1UU contract labor law, abolished child once after u night of revelry he woke 'public hut will lA; converted Into only compUto collection In oxltteaco timo Tho HOOTS! labor in the District of Columbia, from a deep sleep and mistook sun heneflclnl enterprises obedient to wise Pictures of all Presidents of tbe United States, fromhe very (By Owl.) nntl-truwill make certain toWilson. Klacs of alt Nat onj In color.. 1 laws that passed a liability law compensating rise for sunset. History still repeats Utest Kentucky Map showing Counties.towns.raUroads.Con ana districts, etc. Latest Kentucky Census, run what can rightfully be done. Cer There has been numrcous quesfood and meat Inworkmen. Pure Itself. tainty will be substituted for con- tions asked at this office as to who spection acts, limited hours of labor world. Inthelilstorical Kentucky eietchisslventhcpohtical "One great issue towers above and tat Utlcsfroni thefoundatlon of the State totheprKenttime. in interstate service, rural freo deliv- (divides the voters of the United fusion and business will not be under the owl is that writes this stuff. Executive Department. All State Officials. It includes-A- ll will not be re- Wc never have been in favor of suspicion. Success Department, of the Stat, L??:,e.i?SarieXU Various ery, parcels post, postal savings ! .States. Other questions may come garded as a badge of rascality and lynchings, so the owl Is wise enough ntu7kyBoar tinnks, reclamation of arid lauds, the f Uy and go, but the protection of the bankruptcy as tho only conclusive i nsan'tons Political Committees and salaries. to keep quiet. Therefore the readers Isthmian canal, Hawaii and Samoa American people's Industrial life ovn Hate. Kentucky United States Senators. Confre..lonaJ ,u,tlces. Speaker, of the Kentucky presumption of virtue. Railways will of said Junk must fix the blame to ershadows them all. It reaches Into Districts. Kallroan commission is. ""r;,p,";iZ: not be condemned to perform as un- suit themselves, or else cuss an unCounties of Kentucky, when made and from the depths of the permanent sources requited service nnd the financial known somebody, and there Is not AU of die ViUl Statistics of Kentucky. d of prosperity. There Is a llfo'of the great banning Interests much satisfaction In the latter. We This unique and valuable Atlas is free busifeeling among tho people that not --- ..t tl.n- nnnntrv aim 11 lint- be SlllllOCt say, however, that he is not a to all Evening l'ost subscribers.for If full .u..,i ness is more prosperous, work more ui i"- arbitrary will of a single of- - will a now a subscriber, send S3.00 nor a horned owl, but to the SChreech owl, abundant at fair wages.and that they flclal. year's subscription, or $2.00 for a sue I simply a plain old chicken owl and months' subscription by mail. aro better off under a Republican "Social Justloo will be wrought out, can be seen chasing chickens most Pleas und.r.Und'. Ines rates art by mall than a Democratic administration. worklngman's rights any night ealy, ana not inroag n cimr mi This belief traced to Its source is in fairness. Tho OUR SPECIAL COHMHaHON OFFER: 'founded on historical fact. The aban after a payroll gives him a chance to safeguarded by When striking three the other $3.00 n.tW ? Put. ana vaar donment of the protcctlvo system lias earn a living will be 11.50 pros night the clock woke the baby on the Keatackr Caearaer' WaU Chart by disaster. A progressive laws. A return of always been followed r Hartford Republican, 1 yr , The baby showed reVH perity under the Republican party last stroke. revision of tho tariff by tho Demo tftnsa? ?3.5U ALL. THREE FOR employment under such sentment at the interruption of Its Bnvrnsal mf ttJjV AwmW cratic party has always reduced ad- will Insure secure slumbers and gave full vent to Its ,trarrirAnnl3 versity and business Repression as terms and conditions as will M: Mr-- ; We had Just made the feelings. uniformity redeemed by the return to hem their shore of that prosperity. "A Mexican policy will be adopted last step safely and were congratuthe protective schedules of the Reeveryone was When revision be- that will "protect our citizens and lating ourself that publican party. their possessions In that country. asleep when the above resounded. precomes necessary the Republican unhappy land While seated on the top step waiting serve the protective features and the Tho civil strife In that is directly chargeable to the vacillat for things to settle down a bit we Democrats destroy them. course of thought It out this way: The clock "The Republican party bases the ing, nerveless, purposeless Wilson's administration. struck twice, but the third one was It high President duty on conditions and builds nobody enough to keep the payrolls In our Ho undertook to decide on the moral a ball (bawl), so there was title of various military dictators out but the owl and he was all in. wages and country at American What livlng.lt secures tho homo struggling for supremacy. to announce If you are not familiar wltb U?5t- llcan of prominence Why Is It that a woman who shows for own producers. It sees choice Is there between Villa and Senator Bradmarket for our cott's you are doing yourself aast the nomination, were alivo such unlimited talent when lecturno ndvantage in creating either Idle- Huerta? If Jesse James ley's nephew, Edwin P. Morrow, of the publishers an lajustlot. great ing to her husband would be absoness or an excessive surplus by Hood ho could be substituted as a Somerset, having given out a state- -' The before the public? A ing the country with freellsted or moral ImprovementIts on both. people lutely Is helpless the reverse. He may ment nt Lexington about a month hapless exactly man duty Imports. It exults the result has swept ago to the effect that he would be revenue above any to be reach-'e- d in tho llamo of constant revolution. make a great hit upon the platform, a candidate. , homo market Peace is less probable now than when but give him his wife as the sole Buying at tho expenso of freight Dr. Hunter was chairman of the charges and foreign Huerta was condemned by tho Pres- audience and ho doesn't dare make Republican state committee in 1S95, J precarious a hit. tariffs. Tho American pontile In- - ident. Nothing is so when W. O. Bradley was elected there ns the rights of n citizen of the istlnctlvely know that wo ought to be oil and oil wells caused by the new governor nnd later an unsuccessful "The Standard Fiction Magaafce Tho Tho excitement 1.1 ! ! . United States. For tills is tlie 8 iiuiu i v out tilt liv rn t rktM (mlliotrv ntijjj uj ' are pro- leaves is about all over and tilings candidate for the United States senof America' baking iiowik-- a nil of every article we have facilities of a subject of Great Britain that makes "the tected by n noto from this adminis- have about resumed their normal ate, being defeated by William J. to produce equal to our wants. NOW IN ITS 4Gth YEAIt baking better." 1 If wo hear of anyone tration, while tho lives of American proportions. Today ho ex "The people umlerhtuud that supwo will Deboo In a contest. It leavens tho w citizens have been taken with inso- keeping their resolutions plying our home market with the $3.00 ai YeEr food cv en ly cruelty without a protest. The run their names In this column next pressed his confldencec that he would 25 Cents a Copy jwork of their own hands makes tho lent throughout; pulfs -bo the nominee. evoked by a demand from week. noto it up to mry light- difference between activity and Idle(Tho first magazine to originate c ' Is tho only decisive act ncss, makes It do-a Republican nnd u Great Britain ness, between idea of publishing a Ilghtfully opx.'tizlng m the power and dignity Wo didn't turn over a new leaf. breathed Democratic administration. We.lliere-- i that novel in each number. I "and wholesome. of this government since this admin Wo got plenty of room left on the fore, limit tho Imports of 11 Remember Cuhum-( istration assumed Its high office. It old one. ill nrii'O. is mudi-rntt- ; nrtlcle.tho like of which wo A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPT!!); humiliating that this was to prom highest in iiuulity. a 'can produce in quantity adequate for is QXE STAH tect an alien's property nnd it securIf some of those who think they BRINGS YOU Ask your groet-- r for m our needs by a protective duty on the AS GOOD AS BOTTLED IX are so wise could see themselves "as ed that protection promptly. Culuinet. Don't tuke u article. This furher gives revenue 12 Great Complete Novels. 75 Si-BsDelivered anywhere In BOND substitute. "Shall wc not walk steadfastly In ithers see them" they would flind it collected us toll from tho Importer SS 60 Timely Article. Stories. or East or the Middle West Republican fnthers? otherwise. Received Highest r. and tends to equalize differences In the faith of our Z Striking Poems. 200 Page. .$$ Awards arty place In Kentucky for dnly handiwork When wo Shall wo condemn their conditions of production. EijwitM. WrM'( Psrt temNow that the Russians aro a anything IUi. frrii ... have so supplied our own wants we because wo will not consult fCUM. lUrck, 1112. perance people they ought to change foreign market for our surplus that Is past?- The greatest 'chapters seek a 1 Either In Four Full Quarts history wore written In the names of some of their cities so Llpplncott's is efljoyins aifcs re so thero may bo no Idle period. Wo or American or Gallon Glass Jugs. nscendericcy In that a sober man could pronounce Thousaaia tf vival of nonularity. American market the years of their know, however, tho Old Quality Is as pure and 3 They hewed with sturdy them. new readers have' boon oddsit power. is tho greatest field for tho employmellow as Whisky can be libduring tli &&& subscription lis our pcoplo and tho sale of stroke the cornerstone of civil ment of made. Distilled from the finest Everybody around hero seems to progressive without few months, and Its, (Circulate our products. Secretary Redfleld will erty. TUoy wero selected grain, assuring that preservative without be rejoicing because It's so darn far Increasing rapiuiy.. , us In vain on foreign markets. destruction and lecturo wonderful aroma found only In Inertia. On their foundation the re- to Tlpperary. We don't see what i once iW This generation has learned good Whisky that is pure unexampled heights of difference it makes to us how far it more that distance lends enchant public rose to especially suitable for family vast is. Wo hear 'em singing, and see HOW TO REDUCE THE prosperity. Tho resources of a ment to his view. or medicinal 'purposes. continent sprang Into Industrial life. 'em dancing, Just because "It's a COST OF GOpp README "Tho Democratic tariff reform is Our wealth outrlvalled recorded his Long, Long Way to Tlpperary." Get our complete price list. always conceived In theory but enact tory. Not Special prices made in quanact of the .Republican ati Send Today for. ed In sectional discrimination, pro-- , purty has been a headlong plunge Intities. Suppose tho 'possum hunters tectlve in a few places and destruc- to tho gulf of experiment. It meas- should decide to hunt coons, a while. Co. Lippincotfs "Little Bookof fife P. R. tive In ull. From tho horizontal re- ures. and weighs its advances, It has Wouldn't there bo a scattermeut, Bargains" Mull Order Department. duction of Morrison to tho perpendic- translated the popular will Into the tho? Owcnsboro, Ky. It Is ular ruin of President Wilson, New Edition Jusb Published foe tim orderly processes of constitutional P. 11. Lancaster & Co., Govtho signal for everybody to Hunt his Government. From Its foundation to Dr. Hunter To Slake Itucre 4 Season Ky. Owensboro, ', storm cellar till tho Democratic adernor. this day, tested by Its achievements, ; Enclosed find Gentlemen: SENT FREE UPON REQUESTS: Lexington, Ky1., Jan. 30. Dr. W. ministration Is over. It Is always a It is tho greutest political party that -, for which send mo, exgood time to rest U one can keuji American gov- Godfrey Hunter today authorized has over administered qts.; press prepaid, J. B. LIPPINCOTT COMrifflW from worrying too much. tho announcement of his candidacy ernment." . 1702 VHUHOiU-tfi'a- . guls. Old Quality 1 Star. , WASHINGTON for the Republican nomination for i Namo . governor of Kentucky. Ho said ho From December 19111 to November Express Office would make his campaign Jieadquar-ler- s 30, 1014, disbursements of tho gov- . To Prevent Blood Polsonfrcsr Post o like tpply at ouce the wonderful old re Utter VK lit Louisville, whore he has been receipts by nearTo Im't hm mfr l ll.tl';.OT lIr"?,.,I ernment exceeds Its Now. FOR FLETCHER'S I UUof swvdtr. IWt I itiiUJ. par Cuamtl. III! ly Cut Out and Mall OKTUK'S ANT1S1UTIC IIIJAI.INO OIk.aur residing for fcoaie time. I nort ccvMBiol mora wllM $15.000.00.. During this time wo Urt f ualte. I jicat dressing that rcl(eca ialu aud heU ax. I :5c. SQc. (utL. B Clmt ititr tnptrlof U touf mlii ui wwh. Dr, Hunter is tho second Hepub- he same tine. Not a liolnieut. revenue tax, a vvur . hud an Internal REPUBLICANISM OR " i J 1 Vandeitilt Training School for Boy ' ELKTON, KY. J !' m I 5 m m an ... 5 m. m , MSTHENEY & BATTS. I , m i ! ;.. ,J Wash-tngt- on st ,ml .f to"jjd deep-seate- &.'. '. m J ji-00- stuu-durd- I Baking Powder J I r I When I f ! LIPPINCOTT MAGAZINE commis-jMons.inspoctl- ' . f I f I 1 Cfr-f- I t com-jpetltl- "Old Quality I f t Ks-mo- fJ Ev-iU- - $3.00 Per Gallon t' 'ALUMEj Lancaster 'SB? (n 1913-1!1- . r- - SQ-lfd- Children Cry CASTO Rl A, 1 H - irtford Republican. MwitdiriR to Entrd 'ftM' arttord. K;.. lw at the roMrffli mtl natter of the . "''' to I I There the others will do likewise. G. is no reason why the Circuit Court Clerk and the County Court Clerk ghould not he paid salaries. Ahout Jmlf tj,c fccg 8i,0i,i be abolished and the rest so to the county. Then might he orne chance for a to come out of court with a judgment In excess of costs. C. M.BARNETT. Editor & Proprietor BARNETT, Associate Editor Address all communication fet Hartford Republican. ent le recent landslides make It nn unsafe' NARROWS. , venture for a battleship of the first Cecil Kuykendnll, Feb. c,nss t0 nt,cniPt ft passage through who Is attending school at Owna Dili LUVt FEAST thc cu,cb cihero, spent tho week end with her Col. Goethals Informed both Sccrc- - parents here. try Gnrrlson and Secretary Daniels ,Mr. J. II, Thomns was In Hnrlfcrd nun i iu minikin u cxircnifi) iiouui-fu- l Monday nnd Tuesday. Republicans of Kentucky To Meet whether tho parade could lake Mr. noscoc Willis come home Frl-- I 0. P. ARRANGES I i Iss - , In Louisville For Eanquet and Conference. A banquet for the Kentucky Republicans will be held at the Louisville Hotel on Friday evening, February 12, In honor of Lincoln's birthday. TO SUBSCRIBERS NOTICE n nrw It Is planned to make the occasion Sobrcribnn lilrliiK the aierrentto At one long to he remembered. ltm mot Rite the olil nddn-- In ninlliiR least one speaker of national promiFcelnree Locnln nnd Nntlce 10c per lite nd r.r nence will be present and local oraper Uiefor ciKb iiiMlllonul Inrerllon. will he given a chance to be ObltUBrliii, nolatlon nml Cnnl ot ThinVrr; tors heard. Xo invitations will he exper Una inoDf.v In ndvutic e. tended except generally but everyone Cbnrrt .Nolle1 lor ferflcee frre, Lot ott ttrch dertleenirDt. 8e per line. will be welcome. The price hns been III reolte to inotamctf communication It Is llxed at $1.00 per plate. Mention thought that out of this meeting may grow plans for substantial union of 'TKX.ISS'IXOITIBO. CxftterlQ.saS. ...... all the factions in the coming State CO campaign. 3Tiraie Sivit-cc- i FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5. ANNOUXCEMKXTS. to announce JOHN H. THOMAS, of Ohio County, a candidate for State Senator, 7th composed of District, Senatorial Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler counties. General primary election Aug. 7, J915. AVe are authorized We are authorized to announce HON. ALBERT LEACH, of Beaver Dam, Ky., a candidate for State Senator In the 7th Senatorial District comprised of the counties of Ohio, ButRepublican ler and Muhlenberg. primary election, Aug. 7, 1915. We are authorized to announce WILLIAM D. MORRIS, of East Hartford precinct, a candidate for the Republican nomination for Representative of Ohio county. General primary election Aug. 7, 1915. , Looks like the boys at Frankkfort have not been able to agree on the exchange of oflices in an entirely satBosworth and isfactory manner. Newman both want to be Governor with Attorney General Garnett still State Treasurer to be heard from. Rhea is the only one asking for the State Audltorship, but State Superin tendent Hamlett has cut in and is asking to be made Secretary of State, the position we had hoped would be assigned to our old friend, As Likens. Assistant Auditor yet none of them are asking to be made State Treasurer. Doubtless the Job of handling the deficit does not appeal to the knowing ones. appointed by The the Republican State Central Committee will, It Is stated, recommend the holding of a platform convention at Lexington June 2nd. It should be held not later than the first week In May, and while we have nothing against Lexington as a place of meeting, our recollection of the cramped conditions to which the delegates were subjected at the last State convention held there are not very pleasant. Louisville is the city in which it should be held not only because of the superior hotel accommodations, but for its political effect We hope the on local conditions. committee will change both time and place. The candidates cannot know what to expect until the platform is made and three months would be little enough time In which to make the canvas for a nomination. Should Be a R We are authorized to announce JUDGE J. S. GLENN, of Hartford, ae a candidate for the nomination for Judge of the Sixth Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic party at the State Primary the first Saturday In August, 1915. OTTO We are authorized to announce C. MARTIN a candidate for the Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk at the general primary election Aug. 7, 4915. We are authorized to announce CAL P. KEOWN a candidate for the Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio County, General primary election August 7, 1915. We are authorized to announce WALLACE H. RILEY a candidate tor the Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio county, general Primary August 7, 1915. We are authorlzet to announce CARL M. TAYLOR, of Prentiss precinct, a candidate for the Republican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio County. General Primary Saturday, August 7, 1915. The administration shipping seems to be on the breakers. bill Nation. Representatives of the British and French governments, It Is stated, are In this country endeavoringito purchase $2, 000, 000 worth of woolen goods suitable far winter army use, for which they are prepared to pay cash In New fork and assume all risks of delivery. The uncertainty as to whether our mills can handle the order emphasizes the necessity of at once placing this country on an absolutely Independent commercial basis. The mills are there, the operatives are willing to work, but there is no wool to by made Into clothing Tho scarcity of wool is due to the fact that ever since the Democratn carried the election of 1912, owneir of sheep, knowing beforehand thai a low Tariff was coming, have been turning their heep into muttoA as fast a3 they co.ild. The British go ernment, whlel: is anxious to buy woolen goods,, refuses to let us get a pound of wool from any Britisli po session. Whether tl'.p wool manufacturers will be able to fill this ?2,000i(0 order remains to be seen, but one thing is certain, nnd that' is with a settled and permanent policy of adequate Protection, so that wool growers could rely on it, we should be In times to sell wool a position at en goods ta anyone wanting to buy. It shows tho necessity of making the naUnited States a tion, Tho country is able to do it, for we are in a poiiition to produce whatever we require If assurance is felt that capita! Iimsted in industry will not be wiped out by tho competition of the products of cheap labor. Capital must have this assurance before labor will enjo tlat measure cf prosperity thai was here before the advent o' the Wilson administration. Rochen'er iN. Y.j Times. Leading Republicans of Kentucky, Including tho members of the Stale Central Committee, will meet In Louisville February 12, for an elaborate celebration of Lincoln's birthday, preparatory to launching a vigorous campaign to wrest control of the State from tho Democratic party. Tho program Includes a session of the State central Committee, which will take urvadmlnistrntlve matters of Importance? a conference of leading Republicans from all parts of Kentucky, and a banquet at the Louisville Hotel, to be given by the Lincoln Protective Club of this city. The club expects to bring at least one speaker of national prominence to Louisville. The call for the meeting of the State Central Committee on Lincoln's birthday was. Issued last night. The principal business to come before the body will be the report of the subcommittee, recently appointed to make plans for holding a State plat form convention. This subcommittee, at a meeting in Louisville recently, agreed to recommend that a platform convention to be held in Lexington on June 2. It Is believed that Its recommendations will be Indorsed. The conference of party leaders, as well as tho banquet, will be under the auspices of the Lincoln Protecgenertive Club, which has issued al invitation to Republicans of Kentucky. No 'formal Invitations have been sent but. The club, however, hopes to make the gathering the greatest the G. O. P. has held In many years. Plans for the banquet are still incomplete. Amplo arrangements will, however, be made to entertain all Republicans who attend the conference. Judge George DuRclle will he toastmaster at the feast. The' club has not yet decided who will be its chief speaker, but several men of national prominence being considered. Harmony is to be the motto of the entire program and the occasion is expected to give a propitious beginning to a campaign upon which Kentucky Republicans are basing the highest hopes: It Is understood that a whole bundle ot olive branchesdec-orate- d with blue ribbons, will be Progressives. .Louisville proffered Herald. -- Determines Practical Value or Waters. The foregoing are a few of- - the figures of incidental interest present- A little more "watchful waiting" and they will all be dead down In Mexico. Soup houses have been establishfor the benefit of the unemployed. ed in Louisville So far the State has not succeeded jlnfljidjng the man who stole the automobile license money at Frankfort. Why not let us look at the books? The big prices which are being hepded out to farmers for their tobacco, at Owensboro, are mostly in the bead lines of the newspapers of tlwj city, BMJty' by his failure to obey White Mouse orders on the shipping bill, fixator Camden is in bad with his apd will not now run for Governor of Kentucky. ; ..:v.i It la Uyvee months from the prima-v- y thsctlan uotil the general election. 'Why not make it three months from tbe,' plaiforjn convention until the It Really Does Relieve Rheumatism, primary election. Everybody who Is afflicted with Rheumatism In auy form should by What Is the use of all that effort all means keep a bottle of Sloan's to organize In the city of Louisville Liniment on hand. The minute you to help the unemployed? Don't the feel pain or soreness in a joint or President say that prosperity will bo muscles, bathe it with Sloan's Linihere next week? ment. Do not rub it. Sloan's peneMany lenders .are demanding and trates almost immediately right to receiving 10 and 12 per cent Inter- the scat of pain, relieving the hot, What about tender, swollen feeling and making est in this country. Regional Banks, which were the part easy and comfortable. Get a those bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25c to give relief to everybody? of any druggist and have it in the Our editorial last week on tho house against Colds, Sore and Swolquestion of clerk fees seems to have len Joints, Lumbago, .Sciatica and struck a responsive chord all over like ailments. Your money back it the State and at least one of our not satisfied but does give alBuy a bottlo candidates for State Senator has most instant relief. 3 No doubt endorsed the proposition. to-da- Paper 2474 of the United States Georoglcal Survey, entitled "Some Stream Waters of the Western United States." The work reported by this volume Is, however, of higher practical Importance tlian the above statement would indicate. It is tho result of an Investigation of the quality of western stream waters, made for the purpose of determining their availability for use for irrigaSome wa tion and other purposes. ters contains ingredients that make it impossible to uto them for Irrigation unless certain precautions aro taken in applying them to the land and In draining them olf. Certain ingredients in water make It unavailable or destructive if used in boilers, IMPORTANT NOTICE and tho quality of water used In a manufacturing plant may very largely determine tho quality of the manufactured product. The report can The Farm Agency of the Connot fail to be of value to the manufacturing and agricultural Interests tinental Fire Insurance, Co., of of the West; and a study of the Infor Hartford, Connecticut, formerly mation It contains will prevent many represented by A. C Yeiser, has costly mistakes Incdnnectlon with the industrial development of that been transferred to me. I Also part of the country. have the Agency for the RecordA copy of this report may be ing business in the following free on application to tho Director of the United States Geolo- companies: Continental, (Hartgical Survey, Washington, D. C. ford, Aetna, flioenix, and Fidelity ed by WaterSupply place ago. tiny from Chicago, where he has reThis was Rome time Other and still more recent slides cently been engaged In work. have put nn end to all doubt. The Miss Sue Null, Owensboro, spent parade has been nbnndoTled and af- Saturday nnd Sunday with Mr. and ter further Investigation nnd weigh Mrs. Will Allen. ing the many other disadvantages to Little Miss Margarlte Rcnfrow Is the proposed celebration, It has been the guest of her grandparents, Mr. decided to postpone the official dedinnd Mrs. Rcnfrow, Sunnydnle. cation until July. Mr. Emmet Willis, Owensboro, It may never be held. We have spent Saturday with her parents here. tho canal, It Is open to the commerce Mrs. Armanda Park is on tho sick of the world. Nations know that the list. canal hns been completed. CATAIUUIAI. COMHTIU.NM. The dedMrs. Truman, Dundee, sprnt last ication Is merely a mntter of form week with her daughter, Mrs. Honnd Is more a matter of sentiment Inter Robinson. than one of necessity. ' Mr. Jack Walker, Horse Branch, Evidently, for years to come, earth visited his mother, Mrs. Morl.ih Wnl- slides In the Culebra Cut will he a 'ker, .Monday. serious menace to canal traffic. Col. miles from pike. Four Mr. J. R. Renfrow was In Fords- - rond, 1 ' Goethals, according to his own adroom cottage in good repair. Ever ivllle .Monday on business. mission, cannot guarantee vlien this Two Those who took the Diploma ex- lasting water at residence. danger will be removed. barns, tobacco and stock. Plenty r amination at Fordsvllli January The engineers who calculated that ; were: Messrs. Byron Powers, peaches and apples. Alt hill land, by the removal of so ninny hundred but In very good condition. Posses, Alvnh Petty and Jesse Kuykendnll. millions of cubic yards of earth and sion any time. Terms reasonable. Miss LaGratta Allen, Roslne, is j rock tho canal would be finished BARNETT & SON, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Apply to learned how badly mistaken they Republican Office, Allen. were many months ngo. They have Hartford, Ky. Mrs. Kate Barrett, Whltesvllle, 23tf had to contend with unexpected ob- I 1. who spent several days with relatives stacles in the Culebra Cut. The (here, has returned to her home. Colds Are Often Most Serious S(0p end Is not yet in sight. It will not Born to the wife of Willie Smith he in the least surprising if for nn Possible Complications, on tho 20th, a baby girl. Mother unlimited period the Jilg dredges are The disregard of a Cold has often kept at work on fresh slides that and child doing well. brought many a regret. The ttxclL Master John Pnul Kuykendall, choke the channel. Nature offers no answer to the problem except its who visited relatives in Owensboro of Sneezing, Coughing, or a Fever the first of the week, returned home should be warning enough that your own fickleness. It will be disappointing, of course, Thursday. system needs immediate attention. Misses Isabellc and Arlio Thomas to many people who had looked forCertainly Loss of Sleep Is most serFords-villward to the dedication of the canal, and brother, Linden, were .in ious. It Is a warning given by NaMonday. but It is a postponement that cannot ture. It is man's duty to himself to well bo avoided. assist by doing his part. Dr. King's Farm For Kale. New Discovery Is based on a scientiFavors Abolishing Fees SyMcm. About 5C acres 3 miles East of fic analysis of Colds. 50c at your I rend with Hartford on Hurtford and Cromwell druggist. Buy a bottle Editor Republican: :i Interest your editorial suggesting substituting fixed salaries for the fee system of paying some of our public officials. As a candidate to represent this district in the upper branch of thc next General Assembly, I am anxious to know what the public opinion of my district is upon nil questions of legislative importance, and I shall bo glad to have the newspapers of the distrjet bring such matters to the attention of the voters. My notion of a legislator is that It is his solemn duty to register the will of his district regardless of his personal opinions. Of course there arc certain general propositions, such as economy in expending the State's revenues, equalization of the burden of taxation, proper regulation of public. utilities, etc., about which all are agreed, that the legislator, if honest, and capable, may go about, suro of his ground, but upon all matters upon which public sentiment Is not definitely known it is the duty of thc legislator to consult as widely as he can the sentiment of the voters of his I jlil J'H pi mtmm. district and when assured of what MONEY-SAVIN- G such sentiment is, it is his plain duty to act accordingly or resign his commission. Having such notions of my duty as State Senator, if elected, I shall bo pleased to see your paper call atWHAT ARE "ODDS AND ENDS" FOR US WILL tention to such other mat'ters as you may think will be of interest to our NOT BE ODDS AND ENDS FOR VOU. THE THINGS voters. While much must necessar ily he left to the intelligence and hon YOU BUY IN OUR STORE ARE ALWAYS IN STYLE. esty of the legislator, it is us .much tho duty of the voters to acquaint EUERY SEASON WE SELL OUT THAT SEASON'S their wishes as It is his to respect them, nnd I appreciate the newspaGOODS. TO DO THIS FAST WE PUT THE PRICES per as the threshing floor of public opinion. J. II. THOMAS. ALWAYS DOWN LOW. Narrows, Ky. ) j 29-Hvls-litle, to-da- ''I was taken with a severe headache and cold, which finally brought on constipation and bowel trouble. Physics of all kinds were used, and we were obliged to resort to the fountain syringe for help. I could drink castor oil like water, but it did no Rood. Salts were of no use. The doc-to- rs were puzzled. After usins three bottles of Peruna I consider myself entirely well." Mr. John B. Capers, No. 610 Pecan St., Fort Worth, Texas. Timor irlin ntijeet lo T.tqnlil Meillrlnr Mill flint I'rriinn Tablet n itralralile remedy for mm Wir m itiiiieBha::: AND ENDS PRICES i li RIGHT NOW WE WILL SELL YOU MANY ODDS AND ENDS OF OUR WINTER GOODS AT PRICES SO LOW YOU WILL BUY WHEN YOU COME INTO OUR STORE. DON'T WAIT: 1THEY WONT LAST LONG. underwriters, which includes Keeping tho Canal Open. The official dedication of the Pan- the business written in,,, all ama Canal has been Indefinitely posttowas in Ohio Connty. poned. Tho date originally desig14 has been set nated March These are all old line Insurance aside. President Wilson and memCompanies. bers of tho cabinet will attend the I will be glad to have you call Panama-Pacitllc Exopening of the position at San Francisco, but they on me or I will see you at your will Journey to the city by rail Instead of through the canal, as con- home for anything in the intemplated. surance line. It may be a fortunate postponeE. E. BIRKHEAD, ment after all. While nearly all European nations were to be repreHartford, Ky. sented at the naval parade, it would Office 'Phone, No. 66. bo asking a little too much to have them send their best battleships on Residencs 'Phone, No. 41. a mission of pleasure when Europe is racked with wur. However, this Is not the reason for 4 CARSON S: CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. WRITE US FOR PRICES OH BUILDING MATERIAL rail- - ,.;, h j'ir. rn,ur' nutiVi ; j We will make ou a close price, delivered ;., ,r,nK ,l,e t jour nearest ,,,ce8- - wr Han. the postponement. While the canal Is open to commerce and traffic, the Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI A S Joke FCiRDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY Incorporated WIlHon, MKr. PORDSVILLE, KY, I1 V ' Sheriff S. O. Keown last week seton tled his acounts with tho State Auditor mid was given his quietus for Was Prominent In Republican V the year 19H. It was Mr. Keown's first year's work and he has made a Politics For Many splendid record, with collections the find Years. most dlincult for years. He collected and paid over to tho State $27,- of 20 Suits-....."501.02; to the county $47,008.37, Mt. Sterling, Ky., Feb. .!. Maj. A. nndto the county school fund $18 Suits too T. Wood, 80, former United States Making a total of collec " 2.50 2 Pension Agent at Louisville and ono $15 Suits tions, $8C,fl20.27. to s.i8 J a if story of the best known Republicans In We this week announce the candi- Kentucky, died at his homo here at LADIES' CLOAKS. going to dacy of Mr. Vk D. Morris, of Hast 5 o'clock this afternon after a lin$15.00 Coats Hartford precinct, for the Republic gering Illness of debility. $pQ5 out. an nomination for member of the He Is survived by three children, 810.00 Coats t'tJ: House of Representatives from Ohio James P. Wood, W. Hoffman Wood $8.50 Coats Blacks, county. Mr. Morris makes the first and Mrs. G. W. Cox, all of this city. G25 entry for this Important position. $5.00 Coats...... Andrew Thompson Wood was born ....... ;j'Jg sizes to of this He is a prosperous farmer and a In Fleming county, November 19, $4.50 Coats 349 young Republican who has always 1834. He was a son of Henry S. and of $4 00 Coats manifested a keen Interest in the suc- Flavllla Wood, both of whom died 093 g cess of his party, nltho he has nev- many years ago. At the age of 11 less of er before asked for an office. He years ho began driving a wagon team tfna n.lilnnfcwl ,. f fnrt fir.t rv.llntm n AA from Maysvllle across the mountains is well qualified for the position to of Eastern Kentucky, and hauled the which he aspires. first load of goods ever taken Into Jackson, Breathitt county, In a wagEngland Declares All Foodstuff Con- on. At the outbreak of the Civil war he traband. Washington, Feb. 2. Great Brit- Joined tho Tenth Kentucky Cavalry ain notified the United States today, of Union forces and served for three although not in oiilclal form, that years as Lieutenant. Just before the contlnuel for process 0 be served. by the spell of words, and these foodstuffs of any kind destined for close of the war he was commissionwill Com'th. vs. Gordan Morris (2 find nutriment for thought In ed as Major, and saw considerable Germany, Austria or Turkey will be a sale fighting In Western Kentucky and cases) and Will Reynolds, Com- statement, prepared by one of the regarded as contraband of war. v The action of the British Govern- Tennessee. He wns a member of the monwealth's Attorney Ben D. Rlngo country's largest and most' reliable filed statement In the above three commercial agencies, showing ment is based upon the recent Ger- Grand Army, Coloy Apperson Post, the this city, and had served as com- cases and same were stricken from number of failures occurlng In- - the man decree whereby that Governthe docket. twelve months ending October 31, ment will take over all grain In Ger- mander of the post. Com'th. vs. Joe Earley judgment 1914, In the same period of 1912-1After the war, Maj. Wood engagmany for common use. on forfeit bond, Will Duke (5 cases), and In the preceding calendar years Because the steamer Wllhelmlna ed in the livery business here, later Kissinger and Lawrence back to 1873. This shows the numIn the grocery business, and when Willie sailed from New York for Bremen quite a young man studied law under Jones. The seven above cases were ber of failures In the period first menbefore the issuance of the decree it tioned, November 1, 1918, to OctoIs understood that her cargo of food the late Col. Thomas Turner, with continued. Com'th. vs. Harvey Swlft.charged ber 31, 1914, to have been 17i41S for German civilians will be paid for whom he practiced for some time. From the time he was 18 years old with petit larceny verdict of Jury with liabilities totaling $357,345,-64and appropriated by the British GovMajor Wood took an active part In not guilty. In the next preceding twelve ernment and the ship allowed to go Com'th. vs. Ben Patterson, charg- months there were 15,632 failures politics linking his future with the free. ed with breach of the peace ver- with liabilities of $250,802,536, a ton But, hereafter, ships party of Lincoln, and had campaigntal for the two years of 33,050 failsailing from the United States di- ed In nearly eyery county. He was dict of Jury, not guilty. Com'th. vs. James Collard, charg- - ures and $608,148,181 liabilities. In rectly for German ports or for neu the nominee of his party four times tral port In Europe, where It appears for Congress.once for Superior Judge, ed with disturbing religious wor- - the entire history of the country there that the cargo may ultimately reach for Cornonwealth's Attorney and for ship default Judgment for $20 and has been nothing to equal this In commercial destructlveness. Germany, will be subject to seizure Attorney General of Kentucky, and In costs. Pre Com'th. vs. Will Bennett, charged vious to this the high record of 'dls- outright, ship and cargo without com 1891 was the Republican nominee for beverage asters was made in the cataclysmic Governor ngalnst John Young Brown. wlth selling Intoxicating pensation. He was a warm friend of former (2 cases) default judgment m.year of 1893 when thiri wnm 11 k. The State Department now is con242 failures with liabilities of sidering this latest announcement of Go. Bradley, and In 1S98 was ap- each case for $50 and costs. The case of C. P. Turner and John pointed by him United States SenaThe "panic" of 1907 Rethe British Government, but so far has not committed itself to Its ap- tor to succeed J. C. S. Blackburn, Bell vs. L. & N. R. R. Co. dismiss- sulted In failures In 1908 numbering 15,690, with the comparatively but the Senate defined to seat him, ed, settled. proval. Charles Emberson vs. H. J. Milli-ga- n small liabilities of $222,315,684. claiming that the apointment was dismissed without prejudice. It must be observed that the,.fi'g-ure- s Two Convictions in Election Cases illegal and against the Constitution. Com'th. vs. Arch Goodall, verdict Major Wood was a familiar figure for 1914 do not include the final At I'lkesville, Ky. months of November and December, at all the State and National and of jury guilty, fine $64.00. Pikesville, Ky., Feb. 3. The trial Miss Marlam Holbrook, who Is a Com'th. vs. R. P. Her verdict of and that they cover but three months district conventions of his party for student at Science Hill College, of cases growing out of tho 1,100 many years and was sent from this Jury fined $75.00. of the war period and those ,the first indictments for alleged vote trafShelbyvllle, s homlortjBlck.leave Com'th. vs. John Render hung three, In which the effects of the'War ficking in Pike county was resumed Stt to Chicago three times as del- ' TlUPAY, FEBRUARY U Jury, upon American business' conditions Mrs. W. B.Taylor, who is" very here this morning before Judge Ji-- j Com'th. vs. C. W. Mulligan, set III .with cancer of the stomach, is not could not yet hare become serious to He was one of the famous 306 who M. Robertson. The hearing to Wednesday, 9th day - JJt. H. A E. RAILROAD TIMK TA-- 7 expected to survive but afew hours. mony began yesterday, and of testi- stood by Gen. Grant in hissrace for a the point of disaster. It Is qulte'plain to date John Bell vs. W. M. Heflln on that this unprecedented record of HI.K AT HARTFORD, KY. third presidential nomination and Sheriff "s7oTKeown and Mrs. two persons, Tom Stuart and Lew South Bound. commercial destructlveness is entireKeown left yesterday for Louisville, Layne, both colored, have been con- had a medal that was given to him trial. ly due to the acts and policies of 'the No . 115 due at Hartford 9:20 a. m. where she Will undergo treatment by Set Docket. victed of accepting money for their by Gen. Grant, which he prized very ' ": Wilson administration. In the face'of North Hound. a specialist for abcess of the Jaw. 5th Day. votes In the 1912 election. The pen- highly. No. 114 due at Hartford 2:20 p. m. In 1904 Maj, Wood was appointed J. F. Jones' Admr., vs I. C. R. U. these facts "psychology" Is a feartwenty alty assessed against each Is a $50 The recentrains caused. some word. ' United Pension Agent for Kentucky Co. Hartford and Irvington Accomfoot rise in Rough River at this fine and disfranchisement. Both and held the position for over nine modation. Taul-vC. D. Helfrlch Lumber and place, but the dykes which were built cases are to be carried to the Court . Arrive. years, when the office was abolished Manufacturing Co. Leave. last fall seem to be holding alright. of Appeals. No.l 11.. 1:40p.m. No.l 12.. 2:05p.m. 7th Day. William Ratcliff charged with sell- and he returned here to reside. At , A fine lot of Red Top Grass Seed In effect Jan. 4, 19 in. W. A. Stewart.vs. L. & N. R. R. ing his vote to William B. Pinson the age of 19 MnJ. Wood married for sale. Call on or address, II. K. MIKCIIKK, At. for $8 was acquitted this morning, Miss Matilda Pickrell and to them Co. HIRAM MILLER, F. M. Allen vs. Jno. Igleheart.et al. in tho jury not considering the testi were born ten children, only three of 27tf Heaver Dam, Ky. C. ,T. S. Overton vs. John Igleheart, mony adduced sufficient to convict. whom are living. Mrs. Wood fell In unFenny Picture nt July, 1913, and broke her hip and ct al. Mr. Glenn Darncs, who has been 2St5 in attendance ut Vaudebilt Training Henry Atkins, charged with accept- died in n few weeks. til March I t. Xot after. Gustavus St. Clair, et al vs. M. II. ing a bribe of $3 to vote the Repub STOP AT THE Miss KmlnuWollor7orDundcet Is School, Elktun, has been compelled K & E. R. R. Co, et al. lican ticket in 1913, was dismissed the guest of the Misses Moore. Ohio Circuit Court. to leave school on account of his on peremptory Com'th. vs. Evansvllle & Bowling Instructions from The Ohio Circuit Court convened Green Packet Co., et al. (15 cases) Thu Hartford Mill Co? will pay health. Judge Robertson, the testimony goIn court hall hero last Monday for $1.50 per bUbhel for good wheat. Hon. John Hardin, Brandenburg, ing to show that King Atkins, who three-weeMil Day. term with Judge T. F. Mr. J. K. Tinsloy, Nocrcek, paid Is atendlng court this week. Mr. "dropped" $3 Into the defendant's W. IT. Williams vs. Hllbert Ben us n call while in town Wednes- Hardin was a member of tho Ken- pocket, was working for Marvin Wil- Blrkhead presiding and Common- nett, et al. wealth's Attorney Ben D. Rlngo day, irl.n anaa va T.(l fltilrA ...... .. Va.tnF tucky House of Representatives in liamson, who was making the race r'nnntv AOinn., l C O...I.1. and ..v,o, , o ...., w v.. . .,... ,,.. Hubert Bennett, et ..i.., ....M for Sheriff on the Democratic ticket. The WeTlsTCntortnlnersat College 1806-al FRANK ECKERT, Prop. Clll, Hall 10th Day. the Wells Mr. Jesse Schroeter, who has been In ruling on tho Atkins case Judge Tho following named gentlemen H. H. ECKERT, Mar. Robertson said the indictment was W. H. Collins vs. Bennett & very 111 of typhoid fever, is thought faulty in that it charged Atkins with were empaneled as grand Jurors for Miss Annie Alford, of Heaver Dam, to be gradually growing worse and the February term: C. C. Maddox, $1 Up. Mary Coleman vs. A. P. Kell. European Plan has been selling out to the Republicans when J. S. Hill, J. H. Everly, J. W. Ross, Hpenl tho week end with relatives all hopes of his recovery the veldence was to the effect that Murphy Bros. Co. vs. Ohio county. abandoned. here. L. C, Porter, J. M. McFerrln, J. B." he had voted the Democratic ticket. 4. Mr. andMrs. A." C. Yelser, of EvMrs. LldToT" SchnlcderaTid Mrs. Chambers, Geo, A. Barnes, W. II. A TEXAS WONDER. ansvllle, are the guests of relatives Henry Schroeter, Evansvllle, are at Cummlngs, R. S. Jackson, S. C. HunCanada Settles SliootinK Affair. The Texas Wonder cures kidney an the bedside of their brother Mr. Jess .here. ter and John C. Petty. J. B. ChamWashington, Feb. 1. Under an bers was apolnted by the Court as bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, Schroeter who Is very low with JUST ONE TRIAL Rev. Guinn has rented und moved agrenent reached tonjght.the Cana- foreman of the grand Jury. George cures dltbetcs, weak tnd lame backs, Into a part of the McIIenry resi- typhlod fever. Be 8uroahdsee the best basket dian government will settle clalnu A. Barnes was elected as clerk and rheumatism, and all Irregularities of dence. , w , the kidneys and bladder In both men W."S. Hrown, Centcrtown, R. ball game of the season Saturday growing out of the recent shooting R, S. Jackson as sheriff of the body. Mr. The following named gentlemen and women. Regulates bladder trounight between tho home team and of two, American duck hunters by j No. 1, paid this ollico a pleasant cull Leltchfleld. Game will not be called Canadian militiamen, by paying $10,-00- 0 were empaneled as petit jurors: bles In children .It not' sold by your Monday. to the parents of Walter Smith, Walter Free, W. M. Hudson, S. druggist, will send by mall on re until after Church Services. Mrs. Orvllfo" Bennett and" daughter, ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle la Tho local basket bat' team Avlll who was killed, and $5,000 to B. Wlggington, Thad Barnard, G. L. two Nancy Ellen, are tho guests of Mr. months' treatment, and seldom Charles Dorsch, who was wounded, Kelley, C. IT. B. Coleman, J. G. Bell, play Lelthch field High School team T. J, Smith. Alex W. Whltehouse. C. T Whlttlng-hll- l. falls to perfect a cure. Send for tesat Leltchfleld and the two in addition to nil legal expenses. G. U. Likens, of Frankfort, , Hon. The terms of settlement were arJ. W. Smiley, W. M. Baldwin, timonials from this and other states. teams meet here Saturday night at was here on legal business Monday y F, M, Ba(ze, Joseph Hendrlx, Rob- Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 OUve Street. St. Bean's Opera House. Game called ranged by Sir Joseph Pope, and Tuesday. of Foreign Affairs of. Cana- ert Plummer, R. P. Coleman, J. H. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. 30ty after Church Services. Muy hasaccepted a poda, and Representative Charles B. Mason, W. L. Shultz, John Herrel, Mr. Fred Hon. Laurence Tanner, Qwensboro, Smith, of New York. Tho money Malln Heflln, J. II, Black and S. P. sition on The, Hartford Herald mePsychology and Business. who Is attending Circuit Court here will he paid to representatives of tho Byers. chanical force. It has been asserted by a distin- mmmmmmmmmmmmammmammmmmm ' this week, and incidentally looking families tomorrow, at the British era-- i Tho Com'th. cases on second day Attorneyjf."R7Tn'gdonTOwonsboro, public official residing In the after hbi prospects, for Common-wealth'- s bassy. The settlement was mado (110 Com'th. .cases set on first day's guished White House at Washington, that, Will prove that we handle only the. was In atendanco at court several Attorney, paid our office a entirely outside; of tho State Depart- docket) were disposed of as follows: business conditions in the United very best of Feed. We spare no ef days this week. pleasant call Wednesday. Com'th. vs. Whalln King defend States are psychological, a mere state fort to secure ment, but it has the department's iton. "j.L'TTiomas," Narrows, was The revival" serviced atTtho Meth- approval. Sir Joseph and the Brit- ant released on his own recogniz- of mind, and this utterance from the mingling odist Church Hay, Corn und Oat here several days this week continues afternoon and ish Ambassador 'recently called at ance In the sum of $100, his wife dais Is repeated and by with his friends. night. Rev. Grlder Is preaching the department and formally express- declining to testify against him. The lesser and subservient reiterated officials until which possess all the qualities which' See tneWells E'nle'ftaliiers at Col- powerful sermons to large audiences, ed the regret of the Canadian govern- case was continued, the defendant people of a certain temperment make them desirable. We. know be one of and much good Is being done In our It will lege Hall tonight. having returned to livo with his reach that degree of hypnosis which where, when and what to buy and ment on account of the shooting. town. The meeting will likely conthe best of tho series. Sir Joseph was insistent that no wife.. compels belief. Such persons cannot will gladly give you the benefit of Mr. McIIenry Holbrook spent the tinue for several days. part of tho money paid to Smith's Com'th. vs. Israel Jones, Eugone be awakened from the cataleptic state our experience. Prices lowest. week end with his. parents, Mr. and Tuesday was groundhog day and his family and to Dorsch should fall In- Harrel, Hardin Tanner, Cutis Brew until the muster hand Is waved before ' hogship could not havo been his to the hands of lawyers. Mrs. Rowan Holbrook. Robert Conse- er, Claudo Daugherty? their eyes, and the master hand at Chester Loyd, Sam Moseley present is otherwise busily engaged. Hon. Albert Leach, Taylor Mines, shadow In this part of the world. quently it was agreed all claims for ' '' The Produce Merchant But the majority of Americans, was here Monday in the interest of Consequently, accord Inr to the old legal services should be paid direct- (2 cases), Archie Awtry, Otis theory, he will remain out of his ly by the Canadian government. Anient. Tho abovo eleven cases were happily, are not so easily Influenced HARTFORD, KtfNTUCKV. his candidacy for State Senator. Coat Suit Sale We hole and we shall soon get relief from the wintry blasts which have , been unusually long and severe this time. MAJOR WOOD PASSES AWAY gV.rVV-r'rV'-- Si Here Goes tlie Cleanup Sale after our Sale and after taking inventory our Cloak and Coat Suits, that we have entirely many on hands. Now make long short, price will do any good, we are close everyone of them The colors are Navy Blue, Medium Blue and 34 40. Everyone them year's style and not one them that we sold for than $12.50 and many them $15.00, $18.00 and $20.00. Listen, won't you? Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloaks $12,-110.8- 8. mM S 1 HUB CLOTHING CO., HARTFORD, KV. I $ CHOICE Sale Price - $7.98 Choice of our Cloaks that sold for VSS$$SS$$SS$S$Sr$S $5.00, $6.00, $7.00, $8.00, price $3.48. $10, $12.50 Choice of our Cloaks, $7.98. and $15 3, Note these prices and remember that PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. IT 5. food-lade- JS33N5b $346,-779,88- 9. Hartford Republican. egate-at-Iarg- e. Globe-Democr- s. t f When Louisville '' '2 Scln-oeler'- s ks 7. ..... -- ... 5th Avenue : Hotel : : - : '"i. Under-Secretar- HII-lar- d, W. E. ELLIS. J , . k.JTni MUUMvwvjulj, of Inexperience If such a word as y. YOU froth can be used in connection with County 'such a man aa Mr. Wilson. Somehow one pets the Impression BORN A CRIPPLE Itnnt the characterization was more Circuit Court T. P. Tllrl..tnoi.V '.fpt than was hoped, and that the Judge; Ucn D. Hlngo, Attorney; W. Attorney P. Mldklff, Jailer; 15. a. Ikirrass, Law man with the square Jaw Is develoTreatment Cicrk; U. I!. Ulrkliead, Master Arm to Do- ping Into a man with an Iron jaw, Owes Withered HAHTKOKU, Kr. It. T. Collins,' Trustco for WEAK jtet and Immovable. It Is clear from Jury Pund; S. O. ICoown, Sheriff, Will pmotlce his proftvafon to Uit ctor's Awe of Royal Indianapolis speech that he Is LUNGS or Hartford. Deputies S. A. Dnitrlier; couutUti. ComiiiornhsJ Offlpn ili)nntloa.Mpa U M t.- ...... .j.l and Adjoining happy over his handling of Mother. CONSUMPTION Ollnioro Kcown. Cp'urt convenes first ftn1 Criminal Pmotico Specialty. mix-uWe do not be- the Mexican Monday In February and contlnuea you mention ' H Jlleve that his party is happy, tho If bottle FREE, this paper we will send you mrcc weeks; third .Monday In April, a by mail a quick relief for occasional buck- - that tired, ,0nl. wlh woeivs; tiuru .Monday In October, feeling, coughs, pains Readers of current literature must two weeks. and we are certain that In chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak , observc a peculiarity In tho pose of flings; County Court John H. Wilson, lungs or consumption. Law """-"" ""V Judge; W. C. lllankenshlp, Clerk; the pictures representing the German happy ""l "'comfortable. "- They cs- nor 10CK BOX 616 MEDICAL CO npc'ullarity Is this QQ Tht C IS. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. irmwrnr. HARTFORD, KY. COLUMBUS, 0. s,a,C3 t0 ,,avo Plac Court convenes first Monday In each the left hand is always seen thrust teem tne J Ullltea V. II. U.triK Minors. month. ft Pslton wl,lcro J1 cu,tl and C. I Three Volumes Into the side pocket of his coat. The'"" lolf Quarterly Court Uoglns on the atinoiinoe Uiat Ui.-- Lave form- for this Is that the member ' be derided with impunity; Insulted reason in every month. This man caused the last first Monday Calms Convenes .. llfr 'HI0 B"JIenil IrTUC- 'Is useless and has been so all his life, without danger; flaunted without Court of monkey of gen- iuesuny In January und first Tuos - 11 of law' t,xc"l' cirlniinal and dlvoe general European war. having bad Its origin penally; and made a the affliction uay in October c",(1 rc,nx casor?, .Mr. Smith bug County Attor- lie at his birth through the blunder of His personal memoirs, written y is provetited fruui Other County Officers C. 3. .Mox-loDnnp.tmenANHDEFnNDED.,!cn,n"!fl. o break Into a smile uucVv He attending physician. ..... .. it .Th.it. by Iiis secretary. Harcn Do Sureyor, 1'oiMsvIile, Ky., It. ccisms. Mr. Ikirnes wjuiracti!cliiB pftleuta, trtwo ln harmony with all the iuaividually woull lr.e nW 1 bow to obtainCOUNTfllCS. lu4iAJ, K. D. No. 2; Tom Illnes, Assessor, Mcnev.il, are full cf the mnt As the circumstances attending tho snillp... in ALL ..- . ir and thpro nro not hill - else --Oftlous la flusfcett direct r.Uh WatUagten tattt time. uiaton, Ky.; Oana Shults, Superin- accfjst such .pr.ictloo. absorbinc incidents, especially in unfortunate nnppcning may nui ue money ami cjien ipt smiles, on the other side of tho tendent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. Kiley, Hartford Kpublicaiii building, Harticw of the present creat Kuro-pca- n known generally, It may be Interest- - ' ar.j intringt-nttxciusiveiy. rraetice ?Um Coroner, Hartford; expense, T. II. Dtnton, ford, K- Vrtte or como to uj At strupgle. ing to reproduce the account iven border smiles at Its Koad Engineer, Hartford. T10 UjMh Strut, tur Unit tutu Meat OBm, I A similar experience appears to VpW . 4. U n ftnppnDnntlilAnl nf .. ..,. ..ww... M. tlin WASHINGTON, D. C. Just a hundred jcars ago, his ambiJL at u. n . attempt tions bathed the Continent ia a sea of JUSTICES- - COL UTS. Vnrlr Sun. written from Berlin oj: await tuo Inflexible In his Mood. France alone, under his leader- - ' rld!e that restive, rampageous, my pos- D. years ago. The clipping Is In Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft. ship, fought Germany, Riism.i, Austria, roistering broncho, beginning to feel er 3d Monday ln .March, Tucsduy aftaession.and was cuOfrom the paper Attorney Law Italy, and Great Hritain ttK.i itt;. oats and delighted with the er 3d .Monday ln June, Tuesday aftThe for- at the time of publication. HARTFORD, KY. perlcnce. known as Congress. Tho er 3d Monday In September, TuesIs his version of the affair: day after 3d Monday In December. ASSOCIATED WITH M. Ia, HEAVm.V Jaw has a Program. It proposes "In Paris two days ago I talked " L. A. McDanlel, Koukport, Friday It thru and It has no notion about Emperor William with a friend to put This office Is equipped for handLadies! ave Money and Keep in' after 3d .Monday in March, Friday standing any nonsense. Already nyspeeialartancciucnt with the after 3d Mouduy in June, Friday ling Commercial Law and Collection-Item- s of mine, whose fame as a medical Style by Reading NcCall'f J of COLLIER'S, The National is talk of night sessions and after 3d Monday In September, d obtained for there man is as wcil'aa other legal and liti Weekly, c are enabled to olfer a limMagazine and Using IVlcCall Patterns Friday after 3d Monday in De your readers most Interesting anil much more than talk of insurrection, ited number of these gated matters. Practice lu all tli" sets cern tier. McCt!!'. M.itinnlll 'Th approapriations are not forward, of the Memoirs of Napoleon free with definite information as to the young S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday courts. I'rompt and vigorous service. MSCALIS MAGAZINE help you ilio l' a car's subscription to Collier's and SI n nm.tetnttf The in- - They are, In point of fact, as after 3d Monday lu March,, Wed- M. L. Ileal rln'a Office. ruler's physical condition. this paper. Thettfcr is strictly limitrd rspcaMi I))- hcopitiu L nesday after 3d Monday iu June, mav be relied" upon as ex- - ward as can be- - Presidential np-ato get pointments are either held up or fu r"Mru on mo )' promptly. advantage of it jou must act WiMnesday after 3d Moifdav In Sun. fashions In ', any question. beyond ilmlirs Luk M i tember, Wednesday after 3d Moii - JT vahetii.tti)X OTTOl". MAIlTir v "Young William was unlucky In' turned down. Wllsonlan policies lieDcslcus 1 CruntHfll, K.v, uuj in uccciuuer. llnriforil, Kjr. Sherlock Holmes Stories ul mill li.f. .l.-- ' -- 4 place,' said my friend, 'Inln t"e she,f undustcd and the faU. C. Tlchtlior, the first Ccntcrtown, .'! il)Io liifurinsUcm Exclusively in Collier's me quintessential; tne necus STRATT0N & MARTIN I urday after 3rd ii mi iioiiio uud per. I i' U having a Princess for a mother, and vorue. lu tacli I ....I'lil PTnllrt. flnl All Ihf Shftlwlt llilmw ttollci t.bliihcd In month. V equally so in having been born a sary; the touchstone; the ship pur I ' a jc.ir Attornoys at Law 1915 Hill bc prlntr.1 cicluii.flr in Ci'lUt'f. a f'iO rullcrn. Mill.' Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday The pclurrj o( the lu'ipcaa Prince. These two circumstances ac- chase bill, in a word, is on the rocks CROMWELL, - KY. mil u lol:y ct M'Ud rwiT Wat wilt appear titty ctic In tbe rlxKftarb'C after I'd Monday In March, Tuesday for frco tainjdo corr. count for his unhappy deformity. The and in imminent risk of wreck. Beircilon cf Collier's. after 'd Monday in May. Tuesday Will practice their profes.iion In this McCill Pt!trct will cn:i' !o yon to nafco In yout 1 he rlnrst fiction written ill appear eacb wee le usually accepted accounts of Its na fore it he launched the committees i after Jd Mondav ln Auuiist. Tims and djoining counties. Collections, own Inline In nils iiil!inK lur in thott ftcry and reiial form. k will it and change Its lines, was imaginative rubbish. i il v. Ii i will Loioilrit ronr'olf :unl dull ture 'day after 2d .Monday in November. Milk Sulllvan'c tlmelr Ciiitorlata'and ltlr In stylo nnil fit. l"i..' nnnp lilclicrlLan 15 Commercial and Criminal Practice tv quoted Comments on Concieit will roriinoe to be y W. " The Crown Princess Prederika hoping to transform a tub into a S. Dean, Duudee, ccuts Svud fin fie IiU iuCiimIokuc. an exiliifive feature. , Promiit and vlgorouoafter the second Monday lu Specialty. We WSI Cie You Tim Ttnenli for ccttliij; m;o. traveling, as Is generally known, clipper as hopeless a task as to was March, crlIions n Mii i ii. )itrf'lrii(K SpimI furlrto Special Offer to our Readers in .May, Wednesday after 'M Monday service- .Votary ln office. place at a very make out of Noah's ark a habitable lo an Premium I .unliutio anil t .. Ii Priib oner. Wednesday after 3d Monday THE MtCALL COMPANY, 2.19 1. 249 Wl 37.1 St. KtW TOM Your own heme pater a.d COLLIER'S. The Indiscreet period. The birth of the pleasure yacht. In Aucust. Wednestlav aftnr L'.l Mini. National WeeLI). uccihcr with tl.e three mIi.it t There is, in addition, a certain day In Novombcr. present German Emperor was unexof Napcleon'i Memoirs -- allf the u tet lor rfe price cl Collier's alone, plus 0c taccer il.e cost Hen V. nice, FortJsvllle, Tuesday pected, and he was helped into the Trade Commission, another one of of packlnc and shippins the Memoirs. Q after 2d Monday in March, Thursworld by some obscure little doctor those measures delegating to a comSend your order ro this trlice now. If jou ate day after I'd Monday in .May, Thursalreadr a subcr!ber. sour subcr piion siill be ex with an awe for royalty far in ex- mittee appointed by the President day after I'd .Monday In Aiigunt. tended for one year from its pieent di'e ol rxpirat'en. duties so vague and indefinable that BUCKBEE'S BULBS SUCCEED. Thursday after 2d Monday ln .Nocess of his knowledge of surgery. S SSunltlJ oMalnrd "J COLLIER'S $2.50f Special combinaili.n nu ruuumri. vr nu it, nm itaua' PATCfirs I vember. ' 'If he had been allowed to think the President is not quite certain J price, includint Hie ESPECIAL OFFER'. ' , itnrtroru slht rAX- - .ln.vianiiairwU4tWX, sit THAT $ooo ' Made fo bttlld New SbiIdmi. A lien W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftto what breadth he may stretch that his patient' was simply an ordiiiiw.im Liiip joy tviuccrstt Btaw M.n Republican. . ., lMemolrs.poslra d trial will make you a rormnncnt cium ' iWtiil ITCnlf tihotu cr kmtr h. tttw er 2d Monday In March, Friday after tamer HitUf action ffU&rinLced orrour nary woman, of strong physique, all them; over what dlflicultles they may on KtraUUIItr. W jtm' practlc. 2d .Monday ln May, Friday niter 3d ruonej refunded. ' not bridge him; and, actually, drops c.....Mt. rii.tM..ncMBmnfhau. RXrcrCNCCS. rorlroaoollt would probably have been well; but Monday In August, Friday after 2d wUU CUll wUllCvllUU dlA nlatiaM MHAdiilBfl Uoik on rmniobl I'atrnU writs tu r thafullutiac iwautifuk tvtiti GtiM IlTtfiaUi. Wrnhmw Hi. n a hint that there Is no good reason Monday in November. B03-B0- B the fact was carefully impressed lalh. Ilnuif lacvfUk. Ill, f rilh Itli. Hdllu. KhhiIi. SovsntIV Strsst, TiieTiirice-a-Wee- k I Edition uula. Ekedrc,B.CrAut.miftdit. Amm. Iifil. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. pMti It NudHui. XtatvU Tulle. tmt Tlln. TrUiA I him that he had on his hands the why, tho nothing was mentioned ntisninoTON. D. C. .. .fc.. . ."..- .. - - AntiA nTkaiKBaa. r (till! laiip. uaaua (ifKJh wmi O. C Martin, Judgo; .McDowell A. unp '" UiJ JIfe of a future Queen, and that the about it at the time, the commission uiiAn&AiiiiCiU mw L,r.Anr. Of The New York World Fogle. City Attorney; J. 1. Stevens, Write child would probably be heir to the should not undertake all the activMention thlM Paper I Marshal; Court convenes second Monpermanent tariff board. day ln each mouth. SEND 38 CENTS tbrtk Prussian throne. This so demoraliz- ities of a . I U csnf pMIBC sua ptcktBC ft.4 SN.I. lltU sstuU City Council J. C. Her. Mayor; R. tiiimnw fuiwim, k.UlJf Ul IMI ISt BM ed the little doctor that he added the We can not but compliment Mr. MlfiWMnnrui.Ti.ni.. VMUtirUCM,UiBa4liM.Bl. Practiciillj- - u Daily at The l'rice of a T. Collins, Clork; J. E. Uean, Treas1 .smtlM sr pmi, wiHiMrmu. strength of his own muscles to the Wilson on the elasticity of these reI Id OdanmarBOrfttloB cr ft uBtiais, imwhl Ibms urer. Members of Council J. C. Ilci-net- t, I lelIl.ai.ipraN.iira..flar(tiiBiai.tll.ctm I Weekly. No other Newsiuiper so severed the sources. He may have an Iron Jaw, forces of nature, and i IlftlBl,a HnN luup IB. ftMM.1 SHU VM4OT Capt. A. D. White. A. E. Fate, JB1. W BI'W UWITB SBBHW. BBIIbBBf. his nimble, manipulative fingers but -, muscles of the infant's arm. J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yelser, W. II. in the AVoild Gives ho Much U Ul O...LI.- - IKSBnCDEEIT.Gillespie. BOCzroKs. ill. in. n. BUbrtusrj " 'When I was called to Windsor are a very present help in trouble. at mi Low a Price. School Trustees J. D. Duke. ChairJbj Queen Victoria to attend the little Getting a thing by not asking for it The National Weekly man; R. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. boy I saw once that his ca30 was when to ask for It would mean not J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. to get it, is a feat at which Mr. Maun hopeless. If he had been a grocer's The year 1914 has been the most Time: RELIGIOUS SERVICES. oon some good doctor would have may throw up his hands, but which, extraordinary In the history of modr, he can not-bu- t M. E. Church, South Services been called in, and some sound meth- as a clever y jv m t ern times. It has witnessed the morning and evening eveny first und Until t Ii it jcar applaud. od of cure adopted and followed. As Cotlitr'i has been of the great European war, third Sunday In each month. SunWill the man with the Iron jaw a prince, however, he had to be seen sold at $5.50. New day school U:45 a. m. Prayer meet. a struggle so titanic that it makes ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. the price is $2.50 by every great doctor.no system was drive his unruly team into the stablo a- -, amltteliavcircurtil 13. W. Napier, pastor. BUOCBETS SEEDS SUCCEED I he has prepared for them? Or will followed out, and the worst possible all others look small. a concession w herc- -Baptist Church Services morning SPECIAL OFFER: result of the accident ensued, name- they, as sometimes happens when you by c can offer it You live In momentous times, and and evening every second and fourtli s Made to Wild Kw. BaalaetA, AtrlalvUl1 drive tandem, so ly, complete atrophy of the arm. r tnftJrA vnil nni nAniinpnt at a still lunlicr you should not miss any of the tre- Sunday in each month. Sunday school Prbft rollprtlnn I n4i.ii.nTrieiieaitt-- i reduction in con" 'It Is wasted completely away.and that the leaders will turn round to !:45 a. m. Prayer meeting Tr i T r "T Wed itli thisnection U tb finest t Taralp. 7 anlendlJ i Uat. a rst rarle mendous events that are occurring. nesday evening. Rev. A. eieryPottle, is probably smaller than when I ex- ask the wheelers what about It? S. Imu. i Tonettrs la all. tlet ; IB ipriir-grt.- r publication. CGKAMCD TO I'LEAtE. No other newspaper will inform you pastor. amined him as a boy at Windsor. For- Louisville Herald. Mention this Paper. Write ' Christian Church Services every Special Offer to Our Readers tunately, such wonderful skill has with the promptness and cheapness third and fourth Sundaj at 11 a. in. Has Done Nothing but Hurt Business. rfAAAAAMWAKAAWWWt been shown by the German surgeons Tlirice-a-Wee- k 7 p. in. Sunday school 'J:M a. of the edition o(f the anU Krcosnuins the irteat ilcinanil for foi'i.r's at in. o SEND 10 CENTS Tho Democratic administration is tire nc. v iirice, weliaic rnaile arraneenient to as to save him from the mortificaEldei Gwinn, pastor. to tortr poaUf 4 4vn4 pick lor and rMtiv tblTluble New York World. Moreover, a 'mA-'- s r tTcr it ami our Hearing the end of the first half of its nn I ub'ication rncli cur rar coiuciioo or wraa puipaia toriiner ua mj bi tions of having it plainly seen that i inniraciirck) lor the firice of Co'irr'aalonr. 'I Ins ii alii itc j irnmiiui crutna J'lftttt nook subscription to it will take you far SECRET SOCIETIES. i iuiiitoouiu j i est nrii'oira, uduic. effer an J must kc taken ailvantaceo(ron'pily arms is simply tho withered term, and it cannot truthfully say one of his into our next Presidential campaign. Hartford Lodge No. 07.', F. and A. J.W.Boetee.Miyi".m arm of a child. The withered arm is that it has done one thing that has What You Get jr Collier's Tho Thricc-A-Wee- k World's regu- M. meets every first Monday nlj;lit had the effect of reviving business In fash-Iopadded out in a most life-lik- e lar subscription price .is only $1.00 M.; each mouth. W. S. Stevens, W. 3s Collm't H tlie one Iiik. inJcprnJc nl. (nrlcsi The PresOwon Hunter, Secretary. and not only that, but within the confidence and activity. u i'p ol tli" whole country. .Not onli i it tlie por year, and this pays for 15C paHartford Chapter No. !l O. E. S. L'ootl citizen' Iiatiilhook hut it i also a padding is a most wonderful clever ident lias declared that tho way is pers. We offer this unequiilcd news- - meets overv seenurl mnl fmirrli trn. rn miizine fur llir Titinle firnils' Ainonif tl.c tunics that a jcar's, tulicfiimon ciics atcs ' paper and machine a series of m rings and clear for business, hut conditions day evenings, Mre. J. H. Williams. . M.; Jas. 11. Williams. W. P-- ; cords acting like the muscles of the stand against his assertion. The ad 1000 Cdilorlalt I TI1K HAItTKOItl) KUI'L'Itl.ir.W COO News Photoa .Miss Elizabeth .Miller, Secretary. ministration is blaming tho war for arm. 250 Sliort Articlra l7S? Rough River Lodco No. llu Knight depression, but the fact Is year for $l.(l.. together for one m 190: Short Stories " 'These artificial muscles are con business 100 llluitratrd Fcalurrs HOTEL i The regular subscription price of of Pythias meets every 'I injsday even that American business men have 113 nected with tho good muscles of the 2 Cornplcto Novel ing, jiio. w. Taylor, C. C; W. R. the two papers is $2.0(1. mobt adroitly, so that.whlle lho war t0 ll,ank for suspension of Hedrick, K. of R. & S. shoulder Collier's $2.50 Eolh for Jr low- Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. Jn a natural condition he would i,e 'the operation of the Democratic moots every first nnd tnird Thursday Hartford Republican incapable of moving his withered Tarllf law. If foreign industries nights. R. T. Collins. Connnander: arm, this most Ingenious mechanism were not paralyzed by the conflict, L. P. .Moore, RecoiVl Keeper. ODables him to impart to it move- tho increase In imports and the deAcmo Lodge No. 339 1. O. O. F. Tho most economical, cleansing and meets everv second nmi rnrtii iwi- He crease In exports, which grew might- ments that are almost life-likgermicidal of all antiseptics Is day nights in eacli month. C. M. Harcan raise or lower his artificial hand !"' Just before tl,e war 1)roko out- - 0 nett. Noble Grand: W. If rin.ii-l..i- . guide would have continued, and the in- and use it sufilciently well to t Socretary. LOrAMMNlI carefully trained and broken charg- rushing flood of products of foreign Hartrord Camp No. 202 W. O. W. cheap labor would be killing tho mar ers which are selected for him.' " meeits every second and fourtli SatIn a city where good hotels kets for American made goods and urday nights in abound, the Powhatan btadt tbe Wabhtngton Post. Tom A soluble Antiseptic Powder to Williams, Council each month. W. C. lilt. w heaping up a balance of trade against Co..iinaiider; it first ia the heirti of iu It be dissolved in water as needed. Wallace, Clerk. , the United States. Albany Journal. Ktiip That rough Xow. tm.nt. rniiutna ceuatTjrmcn, 'or f'rle' Sunshine As a medicinal antiseptic for douches meets everyHive No. 42, L. O. T. M l C'.!'?,"''1 neatly 40 P'rf'rt t,lmnllcltTtntL. !euve It To The People. When you catch Cold, or begin to fellabilltr jeara. Sola In ifeirliT first and third Friday jvery citjrand ln treating catarrh, inflammation or nlghta In anrf No one questions tho fact that the Cough, the first thing to do is to r Canada, or by town in tlie UnileU Statea than each month. null direct. More rohl ulceration of nose, throat, and that Griffin, Lady Commander;Mrs. Attyo any other nuke. provSend lor lice catalogue. It Democratic Tariff had already Mrs. II. take Dr. Hell's caused by feminine Ills It has no equal. E. MIschke, Lady Record Keeper. McCALL'S MAGAZINE penetrates the linings of tho Throat ed a dismal failure when the war More aubscribers) For ten years tlw Lydla B. Plnkham tian any othet fashion Kcjstono' Chapter No. 110, R. A. majatlnc-niilll- on a month. Invaluable. Lat. and Lungs and fights the Germs of canio to the rescue, so far as IndusMediclnoCo.has recoinracncd Paxtlno M., meets every thlrkl Saturday night est at) lea. pattern, dressinalln.., millinery, plain aenintr, fancy necdleirork.hal'dreatlnir. the Disease, giving quick relief and tries were concerned though not In ln their private correspondence with Iu each month. John T. Moore High etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only W cents women, which proves Its superloilty. Priest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. natural healing. "Our whole fami- an Increase of revenues as would year (svorlli double), Including a frre pittean. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. bubscrffie today, or tend fur samnl. .n Women who have boon cured say ly depend on for have been tho case with Protection. Tire Towhatan u refineJ, ex. WONDEKFVL INDUCEMENTS State Officers President, J. H. It Is "worth its weight In gold." At Coughs and Colds," writes Mr. B. The removal of Protection from the clusite, and reslful. Its excel to Asents. Postal brlnga premium catib?ut Princeton. Kv.t VIch Presl. I and new cash prlie offers. drUBKl8ts. 50c. larcn box. nr liv mnll lent location on Pennsylvania Addrcti Williams, Hamilton, O. It always Tariff system must Inevitably be folTho Pastoa Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. dent, J. II. Ilurney, Muhluiibcrg Co.; 1I HcCaUX C- 231 U t(S W. 37th St.. KtW YOgK Avenue, 18th and II Streets, 3 lowed by Injury to our industries uud Secretary & Treaji.. S. II. linlinrtsnn makes it a desirable headquarhelps. 25c at your druggist. ters for bridal couples, tourist Callioun, Ky.; Orgnnlzer, T. II. Dal- tho It could not fall to demoralize lurties, conventions, Schools and uialii, Hartford, Ky. The Mini Willi The Iron Jaw, lolicgci. system of wages. Business could not , J! Members , Stato Executive Board-B- en The Ponhatan 'attracts the We do not recall whether It was adjust Itself to tlie change In any people of culture and education. Watson, Webster county; J. W. ob candidate, or us President newly way but through a reduction In the Its proximity to State, War and AND CURE Dunn, Daviess county; Hdnry Plrtle, LUNGS Navy Departments, also to many j elected, that Mr. Wilson doclared number of employes and In the Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin counjioints of historical interest, k ty; C. G. Davenportt, Warron county. makes this hotel especially atmind; thutuiuouut of wages paid, because Free-h- e that he had a tractive to a discriminating pubOhio County Officers S. L. StevWITH didn't change his mind; and that 'Trade meuns direct competition with lic. ens, President; Henry Plrtle, SecThe Powhatan offers rooms he didn't niako up his mind unless, the lowest wages paid anywhere In retary; S. E. Bennett, Treasurer. with detached bath at JI.50, j Succeed when everything else falls. and on tho world. "Whenever fho Turlff after careful deliberation 32.00 and up. Rooms with priCOUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. vate, bath. J2.J0, $3.00 and up. iiuiuua 1'iusiruiion ana icmaio principles. Neither do we ro- - sue has been presented fairly and Osna Shults, Chairman, Hartford, wenunessea tney nro the supreme 'Write for booklet with rnp Ky. pnrrrn! call whether he described himself squarely to the people the voice of remedy, pa thousands have teitffierL FDR f"!!9uSfl3 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. CLIFFORD M. 1EWI6, .wo si.ox man or, acknowl- - tho very great majority has always as u.m. r... FOR KIDNEY-UVERANULDn Jilanagcr, 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsillle, Ky. edging the description, admitted its been against Free-Trad- e ANDALUHKOATANDLUNQTnOUBLES. and In STO WaSfiM TRnilWi ir 3. Ira Bozarth, Olaton, Ky. "MWiai PJaWa Sueb Iitjlo anienltloi were or of Protection. San Diego' Un-ptho beit medicine ever 4. H. O. Autry, lUizutown, Ky. ,wnih'ii)miiiii))))fiiiiiut;)pall . it is over a druggiu'o counter. cold C. E. 0. Austin, Prentiss. down at the time at the froth Jan. uii iuvxtm nun UNOEli, 6. J. L. Brown, Rockport, Ky, essessasxia '""n-a-- w THE KAISER WILL TAKE OUR FREE iwxni FREE Directory Iprofessionai Clo Otto C. Martin. at -. y FREE or y i run-dow- Memoirs of Napoleon io i Barnes & Attorneys at Smith .' If" f r" .' uivi-auy- i y, ri-- rorjrl.-liU,(U'- I --- ' ARTHUR at KIRK Get these Memoirs Free pub-lihttlircc-uilu- 'f world-wide.an- back-formati- jtjl-Mil- ct I; I V- dry-doc- ulili-n.rni- Wod-nosda- - - BULBS i TRADE-MARK- up--o- I . B k ." ! to-d- i 1B. Collier's Colliers in Clubs fj First wire-pulle- r ' out-bre- SEEDS iiirj-iyni- A disport-themselve- T to-da- y; n, 3SM3I POWMM D.C. .... PSHINGm I SPECIAL TO WOMEN $2.50 e. fear-- a'B.B'B-.fc.- y. I O- one-trac- j Electric Bitters D KILLthc COUGH the Dr. King's New Discovery ti. AnaMtMWJj) ut r i m i; mr. 'AitiiM : ""t- - CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Mi0 ' !K& Ji, rT JI--ll- rmmii The .:1 MrfHikAn UNDiffl anPffjj KJCJt ""' - "f-- " Kind You Have - 3 pU.f, r- - Always Bought HSii!iJ,l,erfl,,'an, Bears the signature of ri3JiiiAi i Opiimi.Miiri!umr nor Mural. to (XSWlWVttVf ,....... A, ur.w IVonu)!rsD.silonrhcrfi ncss Ifcsi Contains mm A n XotNaijcotip. flkU A'iYirMiiaxMii!'auzi sWtrSc.il Jlmiml- un . ftuW. nriftrr 1 Wirmsf n,rvaJsuni,Ir-- 7V i F1 apmm neitu'iiy lornnsura lion .Sour Slniarli.ntnrrliuc t $ I USB 4 .1 ncssandLOSSOrSLUi1 racSiiirib Sig.tiiiirc of r't I .' p For Over NEW YORK. I Thirty Years K iiziX!iiBt liixlUi S2o Gunrantccit under the Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA TMC CCNTAUR COMMNT, MEW YHH CITT. Starck Pianos Fn o t ory PricoH Enni en( Tor inn A, Savi ml ol SI 00 to No Money inAdvauca Sntinftso (ion Guar--n n ( ce 1 LowcritNet M S20U P A STARCK PftCSIDCNr y From Direct Fnc-(or- Wc will ship jou n beautiful March IMann for so das" freo trial. In your homo. No cuyli nulnir-n-t rcnulrcd. AH p nsk- - i. ihnt nn iii t.tiv minn and teat till piano lor 30 lus If. at the on.l of that tlmu, you do n t tlml It the lilKhfHt grutlo. sweetest toned nnd Uncut piano In every wuj, that you have over xei-for (tic money, you uru nt perfect llber-- j to nend It hack, and wo will. In that This Starck Piano must make booJ with you, ixent, ay the rrvi;tit both I 30 tc DAYS' FREE TRIAL IW&ll wa. UtVIV IB 1U BUIC. Save $150.00 or Mora Mp direct to you from our factory, at pnecs that rase ou ujiwar.ls (if $160 no fn Vm o,t of our piano, 'e purantrr tJ furch 'U lirltir piano for the money than jou nn c r clirulnrr Von roinmiivl of rrcnin . tu'ett tonr.1 durable hlgli gra'Ii I' aru OR.Y- - .Easy Paymonts Toil piy no easli taut aftr SO ilaya t u ran bijrin of trla'. on tin low. cat. eiiai.it term ecr (Unrated hy t plana Those titnu are arranuol to minu:acuir"r. suit ror.venirnre, aa.I it li possible for ))U U li )' i poino fir j mr b me, without .l'siptf th nonry. ilg, jw R:i?ano for Krcrr HUrrt of it our 35 f'irntrH lu' ipiatanit rifwrlfncr, anl tti" rrpu" tatleii of an ol PrstabliiheJ, rcmullile piano lioiiac. yrar if piano of MUC Piano It SJ .rcira. r 2nd- - Hand . IjjJjTJg Anrona aondlnf a rtetrh and deacrtntlon mar wliaMhati mil , aiiiLiiiiiii ai luickii uaroiinni mir paityJgMii-3'D iUentloti la piubaMf c n l(mitsa .lunanrlclircoiiUdontlol. patents. rnt f rue. OMo-- t aiincf fur hjcuiui Co. recctT I'utontf takun irimuuh Miim A rviuHviHf wimwii wiW Most Useful Ago. 1313 Starck Uld(J.. CHICAGO 1'. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. All of tho worldwide discussion that was brought on by the announce-- 1 ment of the Osier theory, that after " G3 a man should be chloroformed and put out of tho way because his usefulness was at an end, seems to DAILY BETWEEN C be answered in the following clipping from the New York World: aSSrSvttSMsv , - V ci-nw- w n.,UiiS....,il HIl 'SjgUFFALO "Investigation by keen men has . iBMlimLuL yizz?"rr i t shown that man's best work has been &zrx' t:w done between the ages of GO and 70 ffiftsssas-- i years." said President B. R. Bryan of Colgato University In his address before the western division of the Oregon Teacher's Association. "Six hunTHE CHEAT dred of tho most Important scientists, aav uu.f uo I er." Urairt iu ger statesmen and old world famous nk'Ubli. in .11 la wmiojuuo ih. inland iu nofthowotl.l. men wero selected," ho said, "and it J "CT of Buffalo" rrlo" "SCDN3S-.- " "C'rjof FEnT.nt St.mer. was found that only five per cent of May littoDeclit Daily CLEVELAND and BUFrALO their world's them accomplished t.Ml'.M. U.00 1. M. lvo Cuflal. U.CIe.el.l . . 6.33 A.M. Ar.l,I)uBalo "SUnilarJ Ale Clu.ad work before the ago of 40; 10 per 7 tar) ((astral d Cana.lU;1 Tolnt.. lt.llro.d llckel. all Uatrril cent between 40 and 50; 20 per cent CnncrlLm. .1 PultiU f.w M.p.r. I free. Ul between 50 and 60; 35 per cent beV mo u fi,r l.alio illlittr.tM yuurllVkctaientfthWrUtuCt MM tween 60 and 70; 21 per cccnt after & UUI'FALO TRAN3IT CO.. Cl.roUnd, O. THE CLEVELAND thoy had reached tho age of 80. This selection takon hero and there of 600 men of eminence Is a fair test of tho theory. It Is wide enough to OVER 05 YEARS allow all kinds of talent to inter, Buckbee'a Fdll .of Life" Northern Grots) aaHiiVlssssssssssssssssC6 X PCRIENCE Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of tfyearaa and the fact that 35 per cent of those auccessiui teed growiiig bcbiud tncra. it payt Interviewed have dono tho big things Blanl the beat. Seasonable Specialties: of life between the ages of 60 and 70 BBANS should put new hope and faith Into Earliest Red Valentine . . Ij jo Bushel n t... ilALIA KUS1IT . , jj.70 bushel tl-ifVClUKlt. every mlddleaged man of the counNewStrlngless Cretn Pod Bushel To rrry pjixhurr of Starck Piaixrt, we glu free music lu one of the brit knoun kIiooIi In CUcaso. The- -? !osoni jou rta tiVe la jour own home, hy mail. Till rrprracntf one year's free Instruction. 50 Fret Music Lesions W hate rj'i.tantlv on hanl taiips niiml - or l uj4 1 pianoa of all inj tec'iii'l-haatantUnl maVc tatrn In for new Srarek Tlanot The follow, anl Pliycr-Planoing are a few n:cple bariplnit Sarcain thlf the Slareif Player?JiRt tiet onrt nimt uh oiarcK Pliyrpiinoi tr ItMUtf-fu- Weber Stcinway Clilckcring Kimball $110.00 92.00 90 03 with the many fiaturea of onlrrfid Instnimenti, anj will h (ileaied with tho ery low pricea at nhlcli tlicy can be secuirJ. gy 1'Iijrr MainM tnarlrt. Vou will t y rto thj Piano Bock Frea Ki'nit len. Starck .; 95.00 103.00 Scncl for our latttt complete acconil hand barcala lltt. beautifully Illustrated plana liook whicli piles you a largo amount of Information regarding pianos. This !nok will interest and ulease vou. Write trvfav. tnliv fir nur nar tide of younger men would trample him In the rond." rrl.i- - ..... ' ls " "ow ,nco on "ls "tl,cor'" ns ll camo to ho called. Hut I UUL I I wiu proposition ns printed to the world, brought him a hundred times For the Overthrow of the Undcr- - more limelight and notrlety than his explanation. The words the Inter' viewer put Into his mouth stirred wood Law and the Enactment two continents with disputes nnd ol a Protective Tariff. controversies, out of which cqniu And For Three Summers Mm. Vin--' believe I would have died if I hada'l somo most Interesting taken It. stntlstlcs, cent Was Unable to Attend to I ninonR 41IGU1 tlm rl liriltirr frnm tl.n After I began taking Cardul, I wai A few trouhlesijme questions like xow York World, printed above. I Any of Her Housework. Rreally helped, and all three bottles rej prohibition nnd woman suffrage nro , Serving to deter somo Of tho active state of Ohio, nty of Toledo I lieved me entirely. rounty. Hplrlts in both parties for tho timo I fattened up, r.nd grew so much hp 5j 'Tank J. Chfnny ninhes being, but It Is nasumed that they renlor pnrtnr of the iirm mth thnt of F. .1. Chnv Pleasant Hilt, N. C "J suffered for Slroneer In Ihren mnnlbe I fulf Kb ' " will soon be itlswooed (if and Hint tho fc.'V'"'"' nnT Stnto "'." City of To. ccunty three summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person nnd ai(0gCtIlcr Ilepublicnns will shortly get ttojreth- - !,Il,n,,..??J;L''rmV11' ',',5.' ,lle cv- Irtni rararrh rtS for onrh "' ON'n niiLLiu, ui UII3 town, "anu mc intra aim rOl.i nnd ". or on tho one question about uhlch rry cn. of Cardul is purely vegetable and gentte- tlint ennnot be cured last lime, was my worst. few of then, are now Inclined to dls - " "'" u"eo1 1,a?Knic j"t"iBN'ftY. actin;;. Its ingredients have a mild, Ionia I had dreadful nervous headaches and me" pnte the overthrow of the t'nder- - . ?"'orn ,0 before en. nnd BiilwriN-'- i 'in .1.... dii " "'" un ul x -effect, on the womanly constitution. Iwod Tarifi law and the enactment of A.'ri. issG. j prostration, and was scarcely able to tocau A. V,'. m.EASON'. Cardul makes for increased strength, n protective tariff measure that Willi walk about. Could not do any of my Notnry Puhiin. Hall a meat the problem of unemployment nnd net Catarrh Pure Is taken Intermilly improves the appetite, tones up the ncr- housework. rtirectlv upon th blood anil mu. and aid in a return of prosperous cous Burfni-of th system. Send for I also had dreadful pains in my back 'voas system' and heIps ,0 makc PaIe testimonial)!. fre business condition. co- - Toledo, O. c ,1'V' r,1."" U'"K5' ,rts" anu rosy' and sides and when one of those weak ou iiv mi nruitOTt, T.iO. The one big Issuo upon which most Take Hall's Tamlly I'llla for constlpitlon. Cardui lias helped more than a million sinking spells would come on me, I of the Republicans agree Is the tariff. , It suits the "old guard" and is en- would have to give up and lie down, weak women, duiing the past 50 years. Wlml (aoixl Roads Mean. It will surely do for you, what it Itaj tlroly satisfactory, as an Issue, to I.Iuneus liverymen ran tholr auto- -' until it wore off. what is left of the Progressives: The mobiles every week during done forthcm- - Try Cardul today. I was certainty in a dreadful year the stale of fact that Progressives like Munlock, 1914. Private .car owners ... found few health, when I finally decided to try itVlte to! Chattanooga At.JL'U r of Kansas, and Kelly, of Pennsylvavisory.Dept.. Chattanooja. Tenn.. for Sueetal days when they couldn't take a drive, on nur ea..c Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly Ireatnaent for Women," ari "lioat nia, who voted tor the t'ndorwood horse-draw- n sent In claln wraoper. vehicles were going ' 'Tariff bill, were defeated, has had and whenever wanted. Notwithstanding' Its effect In sobering independent Re- heavy fall rains and the hard freezes j publicans who nre inclined to fall of the present winter, Linn county's In with the notion that low tariffs main roads are like turnpikes and Tho her roads of lesser importance were desired by the people. are in Republican House leader, Mr. Mann, good condition wherever they have of Illinois, has already opened the had proper attention. And Linn campaign for n Tariff board, on the county has nothing but dirt and lines of the Taft board which the brains and energy with which to Democrats refused to continue. Sev- build her highways. eral members have also Introduced Twenty years ago, weather condihills to repeal the Underwood Tariff tions like those of the past' four lnw. They uro preparing for the pop- months would have left our travelular wave which they expect will ing conditions in wretched plight. sweep the counjry and restore a Deep ruts would have resulted front Republican Protection law In 1916. autumn full of life and action, filled with the 1 I rains, because water In As to these bills, however, and with fire of fine inspiration and followed "' p those days had an affinity for tho by 250 short stories of adventure, respect to other measures Introduced center, Cold of our "highways." win mate with a view to tho amendment of the weather would freeze the run and war tax act. Mr. Underwood, spon- ridges with the result tha,t our travsor for the bills, has become a veri- eling public and haulers of products table standpatter. He Is against either had to stay at home or punamendments In any form and there ish themselves and teams by :t slow will probably be none while he heads and tortuous trip. It was a common the W'ajs und Mean3 Commit too. It thlni; to see big boulders of froznu Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Pae, appears to the gentleman from Alamud In the road as a result of drivGirls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articlesof Congress over gets a er.', cleaning bama that If their wneels now ami Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best whack at either of these two bills tccn a farm wagon vl eel can gst.'t-e- r minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone there will be such an avalanche of and hold upwards of a hundred in me nome. 1 nere is no age knocks and blows as to make the pounds of mud when conditions are limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free legislative life of either of them not prlrr.c and these mud monumonu Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION worth the living. system of highways to 11 bt us send you Three Current Issues FREE. Inclose thia Coupon with your 52 Times a Year ucl . tnelr places until they tlnwcl request. 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Remedy to he the best medicine for Now all this Is changed, and our colds and croup I have ever used, and people arc saving thousands of dolnever tire or recommending It to my lars In horseiU b and wear and tear neighbors and friends. I have al- and .they are making much more by ways given It to my children when being able to go and to haul when silvering from croup, and it has nev- they wish. LInneus, Mo., Bulletin. er failed to give them prompt relief." m For sale by all dealers. How to Prevent HIIIous Attacks. "Coming events cast their shadows The Republican and Louisville Herald $1.3C before." This is especially true of Globe-Democr- at 17( bilious attacks. Your appetite will The Reptblican and St. Louis fall, you will feel dull and languid. For Infants and Children. 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Where the city gives free lodging And a crust or so to bite. They are tollers, "up against It," Who earned bread by honest ways, Now the mills and shops are silent, As In Grover Cleveland days. women Think of all the Who have not enough to eat, Trying to cheer up their children While their fathers walk the white-face- The The The The The The republican ana Uany and Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Twice-a-Wee- k uwenBooro inquirer O'boro Messenger 3.50 1.76 1.75 and Kentucky Farmer and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.50 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $ 1.50 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. cu.t-l.r- 1 ;i- iu NEW UNDER ANY d THE 8EW1NC MA OF QUALITY.) USE LI V-VE- R-L AX 1 SS street; Dreading words NOT SOLO which will strlko t terror, "Out you go unless you pay," 'Twas the same, for the same reason, In 0 rover Cleveland days. , JACK WILEY. OTHER NAME. HOME For Lrey Liver and the Troubles oE Constipation. 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It Considered will Tobacco Seed for sale. .The variwon't bo long beforo Lio- - Vet-La- x completely displace calomel in everf ety that brought top prices on Loose kit the home. Children can take it freely ami Leaf floor. .The tobacco from these with perfect safety. Every bottle guarCheapest in bottles. Nona anteed. 60c and Seed made on 4 acres, 9,200 pounds. in the end genuine without the likeness and slru ture of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by 33c per ounce, or 4 ounces for $1.00. In Kuv. " HaVtford. Ky. Ik J. H. WILLIAMS, Address . If you want a tewing machine, write for .THIXTON & RUSSELL, mu latest catalogue before you purchase, MACEO, New Home Sawing MM Co., 0f2e, Nj& Tor pains In tho bark a srooj remedy . DAVIESS CO,, KY. 27t0 , Ite Antl-fal- j;qiiB. U Dr. 'Miles' n I'lHa. W r ' t' Profit-Sharin- g Sale Closes Saturday Night at 10 P. M. J" : vV $ & Or & f - These few more days, if properly used, can be of untold benefit to the buying public. No limit to the bar- gains. As fast as one supply is exhausted, we fill up with new ones. LADIES' CLOAKS, COAT SUITS, CHILDREN'S CLOAKS, MENS and BOYS' OVERCOATS and SUITS will pay you large dividends on the investment if you don't use them at all until next fall. Get busy and get your share of the profits. ii & E. P. BARNES f$$$$$&$$$&&&$&&$$&&& LATEST WAR NEWS al ship Asturirfs Is said to have been Bermade by a German submarine. lin announces that a determined effort will be made to sink English transports on the way to France. KiiKlaml. Parliament reassembled yesterday, and the political truce between all factions was renewed. : (EL BRO., they will be returned to the Adju- tnnt General. Members of company II are requested to keep the following things In mind: That the Federal Inspection will be Thursday, Feb. IS; thnt , the Inspection wilt be held on that date regardless of weather conditions; that every member available must be In attendance; that every absentee will cause the Stutc to fall to receive the funds allotted In his behalf; that the company needs about 15 recruits; that these recruits are wanted not lutcr than Feb. 18; that the company will meet for drill exercises Saturday afternoon. The Owcnsboro Messenger prints a statement that "the Government. in order to give the militia troops! the opportunity of visiting tho International Exposition at San Francisco, Cal., has ordered that one company out of each batalllon which stands the best inspection, will be given transportation io the Panama exposition." In this case, Hartford would have to defeat the Vine Grove, Madisonvllle, nnd Earllng-to- n companies. Come out boys, Beaver Dam, Ky. in Eurnpo lasts many mpnth longer. 'In fact, there Is no longer any doubt by some of the most Important Democratic leaders that sugar- - will not bo permitted to go on tho free list on Miiy l, 10 if,, tho date fixed by net for the the Underwood-Simmon- s final tariff cut on this Important product. Ouo Democratic lender on the Ways and Means Committee, who already has considered this matter, gave It as his conviction yesterday that President Wilson himself would sign n bill suspending the free sugar schedule for n period of live years or perhaps Indefinitely. So encouraged are the Democratic representatives from tho sugar- growing states over the outlook that Representative Broussard of Loul3- -' latin, will Introduce u resolution 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 : v WALKS OFF STEEP BANK TO DEATH IN RIVER William Cummings Meets Tragic End At cafl-In- g that a Russian submarine on JanuaFrankfort, Ky., Feb. 2. William ry 29 sank a German torpedo boat Cummings, of Tyrone, walked Into oc the Denmark coast. While the the Kentucky River at the foot of Russians are on the offensive in East Clinton street . tonight about 7 Prussia and North Poland, the Ger- o.'clock and was drowned, according mans continue their attacks along to a statement ma'de. to the police by the Bzura and Rawka rivers. Mlllta- - Alfred Hemple, his companion. Hem- i' ry men hold hat the Germans are ple.sakPthey came to Frankfort with Russia. For the fourth time since atempting the impossible in their tobacco and were walking to the th6 beginning of the warbattle to. force their way through north side In search of the residence been pitched Jn the Cjathian efforts hfis to Warsaw. of relatives of Cummings. They were MOfWtaiis. and the engagement, now unacquainted with that part of the deyeioping the Austrians and HunEngland. The attempt of a Ger- - city and failed to turn off in time garians have the assistance of the German armies and are assuming a man submarine, as officially report- - from Clinto street, which runs past vigorous offensive. The Russians ed, to torpedo a British hospital ship, the old Capitol down to the river, claim that the preliminary fighting has attracted a great deal of crltl- - The river Is deep and the current Another contln-- ( swift at the foot of the street and It cism In England. has turned to their advantage. gent of troops has salted for Angola, ends wUh a steep declivity. Before "lets try 'em." . jthey were aware of its proximity. Turkey. The Turks have again Portuguese East Africa. Heraple said, Cummings fell Into the been defeated in the Bulgnra The Bulgarian Premier stream with a splash and a cry that region, where the general and staff FOR FLETCHER'S of the Thirteenth division were cap-t- states that the attitude of Bulgaria caused him to halt and saved his I with reference to the war Is one of life. He said he heard Cummings od. Mace- - struggling among some willows by-strict neutrality, and that the Mexican President. donlan question Is the only factor the bank, but he was unable to aid The German Empertrerniany. They come and go so rapidly, He states their his friend and ran for assistance, or's return. to Berlin was due to the giving apprehension. state of his health, according to a relations with Rumania are improv- - When that arrived there was no trace those Mexican presidents, or "provisof Cummings. Hemple said Cum- - ional' rulers, as to suggest a procesIng constantly. repprt from the German capital. Jmtngs was 40 years old and had a sion. There is a flare of trumpets, a telegraphic announcement to other over the price of family. , Firanco. Except in the neighbornations, possibly a bull fight in celein the Argonne, bread are assumine erave DroDortlons hood of La Basse and ' State Guard Note. bration, nnd the new 'ruler Is where the Germans have resumed in Italy. Crowds went about the There has Just arrived nearly a their attack, artillery has been the streets of Sassari sacking stores. ton of new equipment for Co. H and Then, click! the film changes, the only arm engaged on the western there is now In the armory a sufficient song of. the toreador dies into siWhen Wars May Cease. trout. The Germans again claim to A wider and more effective use of amount of war material to outfit a lence, and another president is prohave captured some trenches near La Battue, while the French say that the the air machine in war appears to company of 73 oflicers and men ready jected upon the public screen. There have been seven in the last five years, British have reoccupied all the be indicated in a dispatch telling for field service. When the present stock of cotton beginning with Porflrlo Diaz, who ground which was temporarily lost. how a German victory was changed into a defeat through their .use. It summer uniforms are exhausted, was chosed to succeed himself In was at Craonne, says the story.whtch there will be Issued In their place, 1910. After him came Dc La Barra, Tuesday. may yet be denied, that a body of the new wool service uniform for who was allowed to liguro at the England. The batteries protect- Germans charged a French position summer. It Is stated that both coat head of things for Ave whole months. breeches weigh oniy 40 ounces. d Then In Novomber, 1911, Francising Dover opened fire on what Is and carried it and were taking n session of the captured trenches, The new uniforms will be looked for co Madero, (he gentleman, tho dreamthpught to have been another ikid, pu whether by airships or when suddenly a flock of aeroplanes with enthusiasm by the soldiers who er, stood at the head of the governsubmarines has not been determined, appeared Immediately above them, llkek to appear neat and clean. The ment, and hope ran high that peace g and reform would go hand in hand as imports from Dover differ. Special and a shower of' bombs descended. , new issue of mess kits are of country. offering re- - num. and while they are of much throughout the storm-tor- n without means of orders were Issued by the War Office to the London police to prepare for slstance to this unexpected form of lighter than the old style, yet they But Vlctorlano Huerta wiped the slate with a bloody rag, and was the a Zeppelin raid soon after night fall, attack, the Germans were forced to are very strong and compact, which caused blinds to be closed and evacuate the trenches and the French j A rifle team representing the town ruling power from February, 1913, of Harjtford has accepted the chul- - to July, 1914. He was Mexico's lights to bo extinguished. The Ger- retook them. strong man," coming second only to Another of war's glories, as they lenge of the Co. H, indoor rifle team man submarine attacks on British merchant ships are the chief topics have been sung in song and told In for a match. The date for the shoot Diaz, and had his rise been in any is story, will vanish should this prove has not yet been decided upon but other way than over the body of tho in England, and the prediction made that food prices, which are now true, and, the aeroplane come into will likely be held before Inspection. murdered Madero this government of tho would, In all probability, have recogwider use for such work. The charge "Al" Barnett, an boaring, will go still higher. is the sublimation of war. Around company, Is going to coach the citi- nized him; his rule would have been liula. It is stated In Petrograd it more poetry has been written than zens team and Co. H is going to have established, and he might today bo dispatches that Field Marshal von around any other form of heroic sac- -' ' to "shoot some," as "Al" knows president. But ho went the way of tho othHlndenburg Is planning another gen- - rlflce men are capable of making In something about a military rifle. Capt. DeWeese, while teraporari- - ers after seventeen months of supreiral onslaught on Russian lines west war times. Tennyson would have us o macy and is now an exile in Europe. of Warsaw. There has been no de- - believe, and we have believed with- - ly absent from his company, is Following him in rapid succession out much question because it Is so Ing with the 2nd Batalllon of the Frst conflict in tho Carpathians, He will be have come Carbajal, Carranza, Gu- where, tho lighting dominates the mil- - written by hlra, that when the 600 , regiment at Louisville. charged, at Balaklava, there were at Hartford for the Federal Inspec- - tlerrez, and now Roque Gonzales itary situation In the east. Garza, who, on January 16, was set cannon to right of them and cannon tlon to be held February 18th. to left of them, as well as cannon In Private Charlie Leisure, who was up by tho Villa contingent of revolu- AVednesday. front. All that the 600 had to do, near fatally wounded on the day af- - tlonlsts. How long he will Inst no fuJj. Warlike preparations on however, was to keep eyes front. At ter Christmas, by being accidentally one may say. It probably depends the part of Italy continue. An ex- that so many of them survived that shot in the back of the head with a altogether on how subservient he Is peditionary, force to occupy part of there is always a "last survivor" to 'rifle, Is improving and states to Villa's orders. With four revoluItalian be found somewhere soon after an- that he will probably be able to ut- - tions In progress at the same time, Durazzo Is .being assembled. contending for a reCharlie bus been a two tend inspection. reservists In London havo been warn other "last survivor" has died. This strange condition of things , faithful and efficient soldier and it to turn to authority, and one recently id to bo ready for a mobilization chosen holding on to his position might still be with us.oven had bomb- - j be regretted that he has suffered order. "by the skin of his teeth," it Is not aeroplaues hovered over tho . fortune. Privato Letcher D. Bennett, who easy to forecast Mexico's future. Ex- Austria. A third invasion of Ser- 600 at Balaklava and decimated their bia 1b being planned by Austria, and ranks until not a man was left alive. has for some time been assigned to ccpt that always, just in the shadow, an army Is said to havo been massed But the appearance of such fleets j the culinary department of the com- - stands tho player of the puppets alone the Danubo and Save, waiting above a charging column, unless some ' pany, was recently married to Miss VHln. for the rivers to subside before be- device can be found for counterpois- - Alice Hoover, at Smallhous, Ky. We Falling Revenue Send Democrats lng.ts certain to take so much of the tip this to Mrs. Bennett, that ho 1b j Hunting For Cusli. ginning its campaign. Washington, glory out of the charge that that "highly efficient in his department." February 3. EviThe badges and medals Issued for dences of the serious situation Franco. According to tle olllclal highest glory of war will pass. In by the falling of government rev- report the general offensive begun fact, it may be said to have passed marksmanship with the army rifle, n by tho Germans to end tho deadlock already. Charges in this war have to all members of Co. H, who quail- - enues continued to accumulate row and far between. War Is fled during the target year 1913, terday. In the western war theater has fattbeing reduced to the science of ditch havo been sent to the Hartford post- - j Prominent Democratic leaders In ed all along the line. digging and burrowing. When all the office by Insured mail. Members who Congress are now .acknowledging at- - glory is taken out of wars, perhaps hare not yet received their badges privately that there will have to bo Ckymaay. An unsuccessful should call for them at once, else further revenue leglstotlon it the war tempt to torpedo the British bosplt-- ! they will cease, Sanl-Kamyut Monday. ministry The French England. of Marine announced that two British "ships the Tokomaru and Icaria had .been torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine in the English Channel of Harve. The crew of the Tokomaru was rescued by a trawler. ,The fate of the Icaria's crew is unknown. The crew of the British steamer , Kllcoan, sunk along with the Ben Crauchen and Linda Blanche near Liverpool, was landed on the IbIc of man. Thnrxlay. Kus.sla. It Is officially announced for an Indefinite suspension of the free sugar provision of the Underwood law. It beenmo known yesterday that suggestions already have been passing back nnd forth between Congress leaders and administration ofllclalH in regard to possible legislation for Increasing of the government. For ono thing the suggestion was muilo to Congress leuib?ru that a resolution be passed giving tho president the right In his discretion to extend the war revenue tux law for six months. This tax expires by law on Junuary 1 next; and It Is apparent that without an extra session the administration would bu In danger of being unable to' extend the life of tho statute. ues the-reven- h Children Cry CASTO R A 0T4SH is food for thought as well as for crops this year. When shipment were interrupted by the war, it was estimated that there waj enough Potash on hand in the United States to provide two and three pur cent Potash in mixed fertilizers for thii spring's trade. Some manufacturers had more than enough for these percentages. Since then minor sources or Potash have been fully utilized, and additional shipments from tho usual source are still being received. The supply is below normal, hut this need not prevent farmer securing sonio Potash in their fertilizere, nor should it lead farmer to decide not to use fertilizers. There is no reason to return" to tha goods without Potash, although some authorities may try to "wish" them on us. We have not tiwd enough Potash in the past. The largest annual import of Potash was only of the Potash taken from the tM by our Vt4 Wr enp and only of the Potash lost every year in drainage water. Spring crops uso from two to ten times as much Potashis Phosphoric Acid. Get as much Potash fn the fertilizer as possible. A few firms are offering to furnish from four to ten per cent. There is no substitute for Potash. It may be harder to get hist now, but POTASH PAYS. out-of-da- te I - t h Italy.-r-Rio- ts - .. ! , , pos-jan- Ger-rna- aluml-Beln- GERMAN KALI WORKS. AtUnU. Inc, 42 Bro.dw, New York T- !,, BldS. New OrIaa. BnV A Wkitacy Caatrtl Bask BUi. 3nS. - ou. 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