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RIGID CURE FOR HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1915. they are men in all walks of life men whose names stand .iilgli in the UUDUIVOa 111 No. 31 HON. Mil I UlUtl VUUIIUUIIHtCO, "DOTCHENDS" New Federal Law Very Se- vere On Drug Users. PhysiciansFearThatManyCrimes gymen at tho head of large es, public men, leaders of reform movements, as wetl as the most wretched wanderers of, the streets whom we regard as the oftscourlng V of humanity." That Is why physicians are worried at tho prospect' of tho enforcement of this rather drastic law.' nui- parish- II A V DDflDC tl Klllll KY. PRIMARY H. S. PREPARES PAIR OF NOTES Pikesville Exposure Stirs Question The Right of EngElections Committee. land to Use Flag. concern. The court summarized the evidences showing an agreement among the companies to restrict competition fix the prices of live stock and of dressed beef and dominate tho trade generally. Big preparations are being made for the State Farmers Institute to bo held at Henderson, Ky., February 23, 24 and 25. Commissioner of Agriculture Newman Is sparing no efforts to make this session ono of tho best ever held in Kentucky and each day's program Is full of good things for the farmers and their wives. Dr. Cyril G. Hopkins of the Uni versity of Illinois, the great soil expert; Mr. Jos. E. Wing, of alfalfa fame; Prof. H. J. Eustace, of the University of Michigan, authority on horticulture; Mrs. W. N. Nutt, of Raleigh, N. C; President H. S. Barker, of Kentucky State University, and many others will address the meeting. Some phases of farming will be shown in moving pictures each evening. There will also be many things of Interest to the women of tho National Packing Company as a holding company for the other I.I. FRANKS RUN- - WILUV0T State Farmer's Institute. Says Personal and Business Affairs Prevent. Farmer Worries Self tiuunc. May Inquire Into Stanley Beck- Makes No Protests But Insists Leading Western Kentucky ReLexington, Ky Feb. 9. Worry and Suicides Will ham Race For U. S. over tobacco conditions Is credited on Neutral Rights in publican Thanks Friends Who with having been the chief factor in Result. Senate. the loss of reason of B. F. Itolden, War Zone. Urge Him To Run. who was adjudged of unsound mind Washington, D. C, Feb. S. The before Acting County Judge F. S. Washington, Feb. 6. Revelations raves this morning. Washington, Feb- - 9. Drafts of Hon. E. T. Franks, ot Owensboro, in out complete and sudden "cure" of of fraud in the Kentucky senatorial notes to Great Britain and Germany, Mr. iioldcu, who is sixty-thre- e former collector of internal revenvory variety of "dope fiend" ever j i primary in Pike county have stirred one relative to the use ot the Amerues in his district, and for the hut ? attempted In this country Is about years, old raised a crop of eijcht acres of tobacco on the Joseph Downing jthe Senate Committee on Privileges. ican flag by the British liner Lusitan-i- a, twenty-fiv- e years one of the Repubto be administered by the United and Elections, and Senator Sutlier and the other concerning the atlican leaders of Western Kentucky, States government through the en- farm, hnlf of which belonged to him land, a Republican member, said totitude of the German navy toward has decided not to seek the Repubforcement of the new federal law, This constituted his only property.ex- - day he intends to ask the Senate to neatral vessels in the lican nomination for Governor, and which was approved by the presi- cept for a horse, cow and household investigate prithe Beckham-Stanle- y sea zone of war, were given perin the following communication to dent last December and will become effects, according to the testimony. Inability to market his tobacco at mary. The committee has already sonal consideration by President The Lexington Leader so announces. effective March 1. y what he regarded as a satisfactory reported favorably a resolution to Wilson His .reasons for not gratifying the after conferences with efThat It will ultimately prove have the' Senate probe the recent sen- Secretary Bryan and members of the wishes ot his numerous party frlaeda ficacious there seems to be no reas- price caused him to brood, and with atorial primaries and elections In Ill- Cabinet. thruout the State who have for someon to doubt, but the consensus of an attack of grip ten days ago, his worry took on vagaries ot Insanity. inois and Pennsylvania, and Mr. SuthIt- - is understooditbaf no protest time been urging him to become a opinion among medical men is that erland will ask that Kentucky, Inccadtdate, are that personal and buse the immediate results will be un- His chief hallucination in the court diana, California and Alabama be in- or what might be construed as a of the farm. room today was that he had become complaint against any violation of It Is expected that several Ohio iness affairs prevent him entering the They preexpected and appalling. cluded. international law is to be directed to county farmers will attend this meet- race at this time. dict an outbreak of crime of weird, the substitute for Jesus Christ in his Tho matter will probably not come either country. The administration's ing', as it is near and the opportunitiesecond appearance, Col. Frank's letter of declination and that he unusual crime an epidemic of Is as follows: while in the Lex- up until next session, but the com- view of the hoisting of the American s-are well worth while. collapse of careers, had a wholesale mittee is already aroused because ot "Having been solicited by part and a breakdown of prominent and ington asylum once before, twenty-fiv- e the disclosure in Pike county and, it flag on the Lusttanla is .that it is a years ago, according to his testicustomary ruse of war, but at tfie friends thruout the State, as welt Death of John W. Taylor. counpopular citizens at which the Was learned has determined sa'Bje time representations. , were mony. One ot Ohio county's oldest and as by friends of a different political try will stand aghast. When he said that he could see to send a messenger to Plkevjlle to' deeined advisable to point out how most respected citizens, Mr. John W. iaun, 10 necome a candidate for taev Heavy Penalty on Offenders. secure a complete transcript of the Outward the new law is merely God and the Savior in the court room. court record and such grand jury easBy neutral commerce might suf- Taylor, died at his home near Lib- nomtnation for. Governor in the AuJury committed him to the Eastfer jhroagh continued practice of the erty church last Friday. Heart fail- gust primary, I take this method ot a matter of taxation and registra- the ern State hospital. Mr. Holden is proceedings as may be available. strategem. ure and the infirmities of old age are announcing my decision. It is needActually and practically it tion. The resolution already reported by He less for me to say that I appreciate-beyonAs for the German .Admtrallty's given as the cause of his death. moans that any person who gives well known and his many friends the committee authorizes it to in- proclamation that it may be difficult was 83 years old at the time of. death hope he will soon regain his usual measure the feeling express-edb- y away or sells habit forming drugs quire into primary and election my friends, and especially to-- determine the character of a ves- and is the father of Mr. P. B.l Tay of a physi- health. without the instructions frauds In such States as it sees fit, sel found In the war zone, especial lor of this city. Two daughters. those who have tendered me their cian is liable to five years' imprisonw filch covers the sending ot the mesment and a fine of $2,000 for each Discuss Plans Looking to Coopera- senger to Plkevllle, but Mr. Suther- ly because of the misuse of neutral Mrs. Elvis Stevens and Mrs. W. Pj support, who as a rule vote a differ- offense. flags, the United States Government Leach, and two other sons, Hessrs., ent ticket. tion. land armed himself with this week's ' "To be Governor of Kentucky la intends to a&k for more information J. Burch Taylor and Horace Taylor Moreover, the instructions must ' Lexington! Ky., Feb. 9. Plans file of tho Courier-Journy and, an honor that any one or her citizens looking to the. affiliation of Unconsto the methods by which the or- - are left. as come from a physician authorized by Is determined that a specific InvestiThe funeral was held at Liberty might Justly- - prize, and. ought.ta.ba special license to write the prescrip- olidated Tobacco Growers' associa- gation of Kentucky shall be ordered: der.will be carried out that it extion of tho Green River district wfth pects' very effort to be made to ver- Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. By appreciated too highly td Use It for tion, a record of which must be kept This action, it taken, either at the any end, other than the gratification fur two years subject to examlna- - the Hurley Tobacco Growers asso Instance of Mr. Sutherland or volun- ify tho nature of the ships flying neu- request of the deceased Revs, Virgil ciation In process of organization, are tral flags, assuming that due respect Elgin, of Hopkinsville, and B. W, that necessarily follows a duty well-done-; r tlon by the authorities. tarily by the committee under the however, it has too often been for the safety of Americans will be Napier, Hartford, conducted the serWhile not absolutely prohibiting hero being dlscused by liradley Wil- blanket resolution, will cloud Senator-vices. used as a way-sid- e inn, in an endeavson, of Owensboro, sent to Lexington given. the safe of habit forming drugs, the J- - C. W. Beckham's title un elect -. or to reach tho United States Sea-at- e, With the question of declaring ribk of selling will bo so great and as a representative of the tobacco til the Investigation has been disposFormer Hartford Boy Drowned. and as a result the duties of the prices necessarily demanded will growers of the Green River district ed of by the Senate, which has the certain waters as in the zones of war Sherley Stowers, son ot Mrs. John State have been neglected. the drugs and Secretary Lucien Beckner ot the power to unseat any ot its members on beligerent merchant ships the klio so high as to make years I have never "For twenty-fiv- e local organization. Wilson said toAmerican Government is not con- Stowers who formerly resided here, practically unobtainable. tr.r any reason it deems fit. was drowned at Eureka, Ind., last ceased fighting corruption in every day that the Consolidated Tobacco cerned. Opium Uocd by 11,000,000. The committee is anxious. If Ken Neither communication will go for- Saturday. Young Stowers, who was form. In public speech and private Estimates as to the number of Growers' association controls the tucky is to be investigated, not so optuui "addicts" In tho United States dark tobacco output In the Green much to hear from those who actu- ward, it is understood, until complete only fourteen years old, had made a talk, I have stood for the enforcevary from 1,000,000 to 4,000,000. River district. Owensboro Inquirer. ally sold their votes as to learn the information Is available, which may raft ot some telephone poles upon ment ot our laws and fought for the cause delay of several days. As which to ride in the back water and election of honest men to office. If" To place tho number at 2,000,000 identity of those who did the buying. yet along tho memorandum of the Ger- lost his. life when he in some man- I now thought that my nomination bo conservative, and would Eight Thousand Alien Insane. this The Republican members of the comwas necessary to party success this man Foreign Office, sent by wireless ner was thrown from the raft. means users of opium and its derivaA computation recently made by mittee seem to think there are as- to the American press, has not reachHis remains were recovered and fall, I would lay aside any personal otily,' users of cocaine and sim tho State Hospital Commission ot pects ot the Kentucky tives senatorial priilar drugs not being Included. It Is New York State shows that 27 per mary, as held in Pike county," which ed the State Department from Am funeral and burial took place Mon- reasons I might have and go into tat day following the tragedy. fight and go in to win, because I betho eff6ct on these unfortunates cent ot the 33,357 insane persons will involve certain factions of the bassador Gerard and probably no acM rlieve )t would be a great blessing to : which is feared by medical men, es now being supported at the public Democratic party in the Bluegrass tlon will be taken pending its arrivFormer Millionaire, 'Begs 9a the the State to have a Republican vical. pecially those whose practice expense In the various insane asylum's State and they are, has - ,,v ' .streets. of, course, desirtory in November. In fact, I do not Nor" has Ambassador Page at Lon-- . been to any extent among drug vic- of the State are citizens neither ot ous that publicity bo given to this don transmitted any official report, as 'New York7. Col. William Wayne know what is to become of the State nor- - ot tbe United States, condition tims. New York if it Exists. to the reasons for the hoisting of Beldea, once a millionaire In Wall unless we do have, and that opinion The law is the belated acquiesThese are alien lunatics who, in Representative A. O. Stanley, who the American flag on the Lusitanla,. Street, was .sent to the workhouse Is concurred in by a number ot lead cence of the United States to the some mysterous way, got by the im- 4 was Mr, Beckham's opponent for the Deuel, 'who ing Democrats, as well as members' plan it was the first to recommend migration officials only to bo con- Democratic senatorial nomination, He cabled the State Department to today by Magistrate day the text of the British Foreign found him guilty ot soliciting alms of other parties. But there are oth- - ' to other nations through the inter-- ' signed for the rest ot their lives when asked about the matter er gentlemen of my party asplrinf national opium conference. China to the State asylums. They now num- knew nothing about the Senate de Offlce'8 statement published two days on the strets. In the numerous deals in Erie to that high offlcec, who are worthy, west bo far as to Inflict the death ber over 8,000; .their maintenance velopments, but said of Pike county ago Justifying-i-n general terms the use by British vessels ot neutral flags stock with Gould and Fish, Belden and who will make the State a most penalty on those of her people who cost the State of New York several proceedings: to escape capture. He said the was so succesful that be thought he excellent Chief Executive. Any one persisted in the use of the drug million dollars annually. "I am surprised." whose name has could down alter, tho time Jlmlt proscribed by This Is a mater concerning which "Surprised at what?" he was aBk- - statement had. not been formally responsible Gould. He was In part will gladly supportbeen mentioned with all the enerfor "black Friday," so ti?e Chinese government at the ter- the State ot New York has a Just communicated to him, but that on ined. e brok- gy I have. quiry at the Foreign Office, Its au- well remembered by mination of which the use of opium cause ot complaint. New York City "At the cheap prices paid for votes "On account of personal and busiers. In the panic he was crushed. thenticity was confirmed. was absolutely forbidden in the em- Is the landing place for European up there. In my county they were In the years ot hard luck that ness reasons, I feel that I ought not pire. In the absence of any official state, Immigration. The Insane and the un- paying a great deal more than $3 ment from Great Britain to the Unit- followed, Beldon was reduced to to seek tho nomination at this time, say that much the fit who get past the barriers rarely apiece." Physicians washing his own colars and shirts. but leave the field to others who are ed States on tho case ot the Lusitanget from New York City. They be- sanio results to the American la, any inquiry which may be made Suddenly he rose and bad a brief aspirants for that honor. Urns of habit forming drugs corno in time a charge upon the Revival Services Close, Bpell of Influence. His brother, Hen"In declining to enter the race, I follow tho enforcement of the new people of New York, although tho The series of meetings which had by this Government on the subject ry want again, and federal law, without the formality people of Now York have no voice, been in progress at the Me'thodlst ot the use of neutral flags by British tion went Insane and in that condi- bottomtoofthankheart, those from the my who have died and William Belden claimvessels probably will be based on tho except indirectly, In the methods fol- - church closed on last, Sunday morn- of an announced death sentence. so earnestly urged me to become a Effect of Opium's Use. lowed In enforcing the immigration nig, Rev. Napier preaching Satur Foreign Office statement, and con- ed the estate, both under the will candidate, and say to them that while and certain deeds. An expert who has made a life- laws we have.- - -- Evenlng Post. day night and Sunday. Rev. R. B. fined to the general question rather Eighty wears of litigation between I will not be the general in command, than any specific case. long study of tho effects of habit Grlder, of Louisville, who had been Henry Belden's heirs and William I will be a private on the firing line s forming drugs said Attacks Bryun for Ills Absence Frdtn preaching for about ten days was Missouri PackiuK Firms Heavily Fin- Belden followed, ending in a triumph and wherever the battle rages fiercCapital. "In words for tho layman's un compelled to return to bis work Satfor the heirs. In June, 1911, the est, whether among the Pine covered Washington, Feb. 9. Representa- - urday. No abler set ot sermons wero ed By Court. derstanding, it is something like this: supreme court forced the repayment mountains of Eastern Kentucky, or Jofferson City. Mo., Feb. 9. Fines The nerves of tho body are each en- - tlve Mondell, Republican of Wyom- - ever delivered In Hartford and Rev, in the lowlands ot Jackson's Purcased Jn a sheath which normally it , Jug, launched another attack fn the Grlder made a lasting impression on aggregating $125,000 were levied by, ot the $50,000 fortune to Henry Belchase, I feel that duty will call me ' den's heirs. y exactly fills. Tho prolonged use ot( House on Secretary Bryan's 'all our people, by his earnest Intelll-an- y me Missouri supremo court today on William Belden tried to get back there, and I will be there. form of opium causes the nerve speaking trips. gent appeals and Impressed persons five large packing firms, and under E. T. FRANKS. from C P. Huntington iu 1906 the the decree of the court the right of to shrink until, to uso a popular ex- "Week after week," said he, "with of all denominations, as well as Owensboro, Ky., Feb. 6. 1915. the companies to continue business property at City Island known as it 'fairly rattles around' i war abroad, turbulent relations on pie out of the church, with his warm ' In its envelope. The friction causes ( our Southern border, foreign compll- -' heart and earnest zeal for the spread in Missouri is .conditioned on the pay- Belden's point, and in this, too, he How We Stand to Ohio. failed. cuteilB 'and more and, more opt-- ( cations all around, including our at-'true Christianity.' He will always ment ottne finesjjy March 11. OtherAs given to the .assessor the value 4 wise, or. if they violate tbe anti-truurn Mfrequlred to keen this pain fairs in San Domingo, tbe Secretary receive a warm welcome by the of Ohio county is 4,93,490. Tbe " ' Monroe Merrimaa. ot Stote has been away, time after pie. of Hartford should be consent law, they, must leave the,. State. Beard ot Supervisors raised this Announcements ot the marriage ot amount 374,258, Tbe decision of the court was In A victim suddenly deprived ot the , time, haranguing crowds in the in- - . to come back to uh. making, tbe total i ouster suits against the packers Miss Lillian Monroe to Mr. F. E. Mer- - 15,337,748, drug will go to any length cheat, terest ot the nation whose affairs he 6,638 polls were rebrought by Gov, Major, then Attor- - rlman at Louisville, February 3rd, turned by Death, of Mrs.' Wm. Shroader. lie, robT'even murder, 'to obtain It. has neglected, wandering hither and 6,84a1 the assessor have been received. The wedding children" of school age. and' Mrs. William Shroader died sud ney General in 1910. It he Jails 'he will be thrown into you." 2,398 doaa ' The companies affected by the solemnized at the home ot the were given in, dely at her home near Sulphur convulsions, which will sooner or la- n'V ; v 'bride, 1238 East Broadway, and the Have a large stock of .Red Top Springs, Sunday. Funeral services els'00 ar Armour & Co,, Morris ter cause his death. ,, . and Red Clover Seed. Many Utters Not Suspected. Notlee- - Pay Your Taxes. Will sell wero held Monday at 2 p.m., and in-- ! Co.. Swift & Co., the Hammond Pack- - ceremony was performed by the Rev. fJ. Town taxes for the year 1915 are Think it advisable to terment followed at Mt, Vernon bury-oplu- ing Company and the St. Louis Dress- - Maxwell. Miss Monroe is a native "Men in good health often use reasonable. of Onto county and has man' friends due. Please call-- , at jay store oa ed Beets:' Provision Company. for years without detention, buy early, as, the. outlook Is. hither, Ing ground. The suits .were. an ouster directed here. Mr. Merrlman is Government Main street and get your tax receipt Any expert will tell you that he has Also have Burauda Grass. .Blue Mrs. Shroader was an estimable Agent lady muen loved and hw death Is a. aln8the eempanlea oa the grouod AaTleulturlal a Jefferson and save the penalty 1, treated hundreds of opium users ura&s and Timothy, Seed. I great W. E. , ELLIS whose best friends never suspected loss to tbe communlty'ia whieh Mat they bad vlolatedrthe State anil- - county and attended tVe recent Farm- O. T O'BANNONl BRO,, ., . they were addicted to the- habit. And 31t4 trust lav 4breugh the organisation ers Institute here.. she lived. TaVcolleetor. Sltt , Hartford, Ky. newly-prescribto-dasul-cldo, been-cruclflto-da- y, d al to-da- ' 'j r-- j to-d- t - old-tim- to-da- y: to-da- peo-pressl- of st -- de-W- as ' ' . m 1 a.- S'l j .. .' tf iV hit0' IMP'Wlfc not be Justified by any other rule pleased. It is fnlrly safe to say that ftdfiftftAftft,! than that of the rule of might. It not one captain loft his bridge 'dur- VARDAMAN ON can not ho defended upon ntvy other ing the whole of the first night." theory than that might Is right. The Of the guardian warships, ono of BILL contention that the ships bought EUROPEAN WAR which was the cruiser Sydney, dear under the terms of this bill will to the Australian heart because of tho transportation of cotton 41 her victory over the Emden, the cor0 grown In tho South to the foreign fi respondent says: SIX MONTHS ONE YEAH How Australian Troop "Away ahead of the whole fleet, Voices Democratic Opposi- market Is not tho proper splssltude V 9 to fool anybody. The suggestion Just In sight on the edge of the horition on Good Grounds. that tho Government of the United 41 Escaped Emden. a cruiser Ships zon, Is a pillar of smoke States will send Its ships to places 41 is clearing the way for us, setting whero privately owned ships flying 41 the pace, giving the direction and Sea Raider Menaced Long Line keeping a watchful eye out for ene- Believes It The Most Indefensible the American flag will not go is ab- 41 41 surd. As n matter of fact, Governmenmies. Far away to starboard, Just Of Transfer Moving Form of Subsidy Yet t-owned ships will be moro care- 41 visible on the skyline, Is another pilful' not to violate the laws of neu- - 41 lar of smoko keeping guard, and Over Ocean. Proposed. g Itrallty. They will bo moro careful 41 vessels on the dimly seen 41 to nvold every possible complication 41 port shows where a cruls- horizon to with the belligerent powers of Eu- - 41 er Is day and night keeping her. ..f nm nnnn,,i , thi i.iii The Emden's shattered hull Is (NOT SUNDAY) j ,)elleve It Is the most Indefensible r()po ,han wlU 8h,ps ownCl, hy I,r1' 41 wnves of the Indian watch over our movements. wnuhed by the 41 "So we move across the ocean like . form ot 8ul)sl(ly vet proposed. It Is vatc nt,lvWn'8-icnn nnd her gallant crew have large regatta of great steamships, ono ot those pccul,arly "Hut ,hcrc ,s onc th,nB ,hnt wol,w 41 dishonest clumped their dnshln? careers of sea 1 always the same order., being . Inflexl- - , u.i.i-- i, ...,.. win 'kenn tii w.,r,i lhappen.I nm quite sure. A lot of tin- ..... ..WW,. ...w WW ......... , rovers for the m.uinlonous existence ,.. -. 0 my Kepi, u is sometimes nam .to ... nromlao 1o .,, oar nn.i i,rpak it , profltnble property In ships that are 41 o' prisoners' of vtar, hut the ttiry nl believe that 120 miles have boon the hope.' It Is violative of every floating Idly In the ports of this 41 ino L'mdcn raider vlll never loss Mi AND- covered since one saw them last, tradition and platform declaration of country In order to hide from the 41 tor.t. gunboats of hostile nations would he so exactly In the 1 the Democratic party. The scheme, fprsklng In the Australian parli they seem to be same place." ins Interpreted by the President, Is a unloaded upon the government of the 4? not long afco Senator Perirce, j ament B mistake in policy, wrong in morals 1rnitcd States at a good prollt. And 4? salt I In State of Ohio, City of Toledo. I .. the Minister for am sure that after the war Is over, ) 41 i pernicious In principle, and, theref Luca County, wlii ii the Kmden wan sunk ?l Tocos l Frank J. Cheney mnUes oith that he "a fore, will lo disappointing In its ulti- and especially after the people of the 4? he was within 100 miles of the' fenlor pirtner of the firm of K. J. Cheney 41 f l lilted States shall have hnd un opAnnual Bargain Todolntr transports which were conveying .'.0,- -' A Co.,County business In the City of nnd mate results. 4? ? ledo. and State nforesald, "If the Government ownership and portunity to pass Judgment upon this 41 will pav tlio Fum or ONK 000 Australian soldiers now 'in Egypt tlmt wild Tli esc Two Months l HUNDREn DOLLARS for each nnd y operation of stenmboat nnd railroad proposed bill, that these same ships 41 J on their Journey frijm Australia to enso of Catarrh that cannot bo ritret will be resold to private ownors.nud 4? i ' Colombo and tltwfe to Aden nnd the by the ue of HAT.T.'S CATARRH CfRH. lines is to become a permanent pol- the American people rilVNK J CHEN'ET. will pocket ti 4? & RMl Sen. Sworn to before mo and siibrrlleil In icy, there might be some little loss of $75,000,000 to $100,000,000.' CI my preence, this Cih day of December One-Ha- lf measof Justification for this There wa thin, ho said, :i double A D. 1555. ? A. W. GI.KASON'. ure; but when we are told by the No. to my mind, the bill Is a legisla- 41 rearon for cor gra mint Ion thr.t otic (Seal) Notary Public. tive evil without u mitigating inciPresident that It is only n t'empor-- . dent, nnd, Hall's ? 'f th warships "f the Aup'imlar nnd nets Cntnrrh Cure li taken Internally nry from the depths of my directly upon the blood and makeshift and who will quesnary had. acoo"i!U.l ior the Griinui 4? surfni-eof will be , 'fre the system. Send for tion the authority of the President heart, I sincerely hope it may be de- 4? ! wel at a time when, had tlu 's ' testimonial-- CHENEY & CO . Toledo, O. ' P. J. feated." 4? to speak in this matter? it leaves it got kr.iti the troop ships. Sold by all nnigirlw. TV. only when i HaU'j Family Pills fur constipation. Take 49 & In A without excuse or Justification. l doubtless was tne Intent i her 'IW for LUer Complaint Mental- 4? Courier-Journa- l in his address to Congress ojt the Sth commanded, liif result would l'ave "The lle-- t Liixnthc-- Know Of." ly I'lilmppy, Pliysitiilly, Dull, 4? been dillicult to tuntemplate. ' In "I have sold Chamberlain's Tab- - ot December last tho President said: The Liver, sluggish nnd inactive, 41 Senator i'o.irci" lets for several years. People who II should take action to make It cer-ha- first shows aiwer to a 41 itself in a mental state JZ. Weill-cei-- , thut the Sylpey was m conused them will take nothing laIn that transportation at reasona-els- unhappy and critical. Never Is there 41 vey duty at the I me, so she 'xiat 41 myj We rates will be promptly provided, Joy In living, ns when tho I can recommend them to 1--Iei Stomach 41 have been detached from It to attack customers as the best laxative and cven when the carriage Is not at llrit and Liver are doing their work. Keep 41 ft the Emden. cure that I know of," Profitable; and then, when the your liver active and healthy by us- - 41 & has hecome sufficiently proflt-low- a. It js. also known now to all here Frank Strouse. Frultland. ri Dr. King's New Life Pills; they 41 C0UR1ER.J0URNAL CO., Louisville. Ky. j attract am ongago private jing that some of the conveying vessels m!abIe For sale by all dealers. empty,the bowels freely, tone up your 41 capital, ami engage it in auuna- tia Japanese, for the newspapers 9 your Constipation nnd say that, the. Japanese ance the Government ought to with- -' StomaCh, cure rinaiiliis Poultry Houe. Kiuly. the Hlood. 25c nt Druggists. j purify mtn, who canjo up after the fij-The poultry men should clean 'draw." Ilucklen's Arnica Salve excellent for at Coco-,-- , epreed regret that they house early. Every louse killed "It is a peculiar character of mind 1 had not had a hand in the engage- - while dormant or inactive reasons to a conclusion and Piles. ineans which .. " , ra'nt. thousands less to fight in warm 'justifies the appropriation dnd. ex-Snap Slint. The vo.vo.gp of the Australian weather. The cleaning is best done pendlture of funds contributed by all j Any woman is likely to: troopships was One ot the great foa- -. early for the further reason that the the people to an entorprUo.of this lie a prude if she knows too much. lures of the war. though it has not ' hena win not be as greatly disturbed character, which it is admitted must Go In for the highbrow pose when attrattert much be a losing und uuprofltahlo InvestThe as they would be were the attention. one Is ment from the start. Congrats ' has she finds that the Cros has seen strange in? delayed until they are in .full I have recently purciiDFed from A. C. Yeiser In? recording " none more Impressive 'jug. just as much right to donate funds' vet becoming. Wear herself out worrying because Affoineies for the follow i.ijr Fire Insurance Comimnie: Continental. thon-tiai- a ' a bright sunshiny day rhould be from the public treasury to tho cotlong line or troop-ship- s rol- ; ho Ups nothlns to wear. lowiftat-ori- e Hartford, 'Etna, Thotn'x and Fidelity, uiufcrwritersrwhicli includes another steadily-- ncfross chosen. All dropping and litter ton growers of the South, wbo.bV' Prefer being a rich man's relict the tho business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. ? with its convoy or battle-'shoul- d of. the war In Europe.have lost The chuso be removed. to u poor man's derelict. ships, like a vast regattti at sejperclnavaj Tljpse are all olrj line flropplug boards should by the depreciation of the product of Companies and I will le pleased to Kind herself thrown on her own The rendezvous of the transports, be taken out, and the floor. If of a their farms something like X hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully. Albany, . West Australia. Thero rorete or wood, should be given a good noo.ouO" this year. Congrets has just resources at some time when they are not there. the ships gathered from Drlsbane, sweeping. The,-wall- s and ceiling as much authority to subsidize tho. Size another woman up or take (cune growers'of Louisiana, the beet Molborne. Sydney, Adelaide and Fre- - should also be brushed down, growers ot the Northwest, und the her down in ono and tho same glance mantle and from New Zealand ports. building-wal- ls. The interior of the when slio sees her out with a past 1 On November the troopships weigh- - celling and floor should then be manufacturers of the Northwest as It sweetheart of her own. ed anchor and slipped out of the in- -' through white-washeA spray 'has to appropriate money to buy Appear to her husband as a ridner harbor at Albany. A. II. Patter pump will do a better job than a ships to carry the manufacturers' dle that he dare not give up oven son, known from one end of the Com- brush for the reason that it will put monwealth to tho othor as a poet and the fluid in every crack and crevice. cost of all the taxpayers. The cotton after she has ceaseil to keep him guessing. abort-stor- y ne deaier r aRent in writer, thus gives the Two ounces of crude carbolic acid growers of the South proposed to Achieve real, popularity with mantfit"i trnvnpn Innnt ttunn ftt- - ( trtti rAI picture: t should be used in three gallons of the tfIlfk IttV fjUl VI IIIIIV1IW U IIILUCOI IV Mlkind sell Evinrude Detachable Rowboat and Ganoe "The New Zealand transports, all wash. Before replacing, the perch-- J security for the loan of L'oO.OOO,- - young after she learns to treat tho ones with respect and tho old Motors, which are advertised in all reputable painted the same grayish-blac- k color, es, dropping Doarns ami nest boxes "" "' ereuu m uruur to save uieiu-- ! ones with good fellowship. magazines of the world. Tnis advertising with black funnels, are btlll at their should also be white-washeselves a loss of IflOO, 000.000. but the Feel insulted if tho man she loves campaign reaches thousands who have use anchorage as we steam past, and In order to be quite certain that Congress, headed by the President. does not think her capable of absofor portable and detachable rowboat IiKm they give us Honl Ifela's old (Maori) the house is freed of all insect life, turned a deaf ear to their appeal. motors, but who would have no use for launches on cry: 'Ake, Ako, Ake. Kia Kaha'ilt Is well to bum sulnhur in the! "If their demand was without nier- - lute, discretion In regard to his afwar account of lick of time and no summer homes. Wiite 'We will right on forever and ev- - j house the following day. Close up It or wrong In prlnciple.who will say fairs or absolute Indiscretion in repromptly, for particulars as to how representatives are gard to her own. with and protected. Begin operations at er. Past the frowning cliffs and ' all windows and cover all openings 'his measure is right? I am opposed Feel that any other woman Is once so as to aouin tne lull oenent ot the season. the lighthouse we draw out to the with heavy cloth. An iron vessel to this bill because it Is class legisla-sunl- lt EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY soa, our division fqllowlng In 'should be used. An ordinary coal- -' Ion- - pernicious in its conception, original If she sees her doing all the things she hns longed to do and m U fry "" oiteei, miuvvAuivcK, wistUHSIN W 17 beautiful order, each ship swing- -' hod will do. Place a quantity of a"d necessarily unjust in its exe- - has never dared. Ui ing uracotully round into line as we shavings In the vessel; sprinkle sul- - cutlon. . i set our course for the Leeuwtn (Cape phur on them, light the shavings and It will be remembered that the Hon to Prevent Bilious Attacks. Leeuwln) and draw slowly up along- -' leave as soon as possible. Keep the bill provides for ships to engage In "Coming events cast their shadows side tho other two lines. j room closed for two hours, and bo the foreign trade exclusively. The & - before." This Is especially true of 41 "Thirty thousand fighting men, ' sure to let It air thoroughly before cast-IroGovernment& representing Australia, are under! letting the chickens in Farmers' ' favored coastwise monopoly Is treat bilious attacks. Your appetite will 41 fall, you will feel dull and languid. 49 way for the great war." ed as a sacred tiling too sacred to Home Journal. If you are subject to bilious attacks 41 On tho flight across the ocean the' be touched. Tho government-owne- d tako threo of Chamberlain's Tablets 41 says: writer boats are to bo moro pioneers of busiKeep It Handy for Itlieumatim. 41 "From the leading ship of our line No use Jo siulrm and wince and ness millionaires, as it were. Regard- as soon as these symptoms appear 41 & we saw a great string of ships steam- try to wear cut your Kiieumatism. It less of the expense, they lire expected and the attack may bo warded oil'. 41 sale by all dealers. m 41 ing along in our rear, tho one just will wear you out instead. Apply to go to tho waste places and work For 41 behind us always keeping her dis- nomo Sloan's Liniment. Need not up the business individuals, who are 41 tance, tho white foam always at her rub it In Just let It penetrate all to reap tho profits of a business Compliments Hen Johnson. bows, her great framo lifting and through the affected parts, relieve which has been built up at tho exWhat Congressman Ben Johnson 41 41 sinking rythmically to the swell. the soreness and draw the pain. You pense of nil the people. The whole lias saved for this nation as Chairman 41 0 "Daj and night she Is always get ease at once and feel so much scheme.to my mind, Involves an of the committee in charge of the 41 -- ANDthexe, Just behind us, until the pur- better yon want to go right out and Illegal, and immoral municipality ot Washington, D. C, suit bcomes a sort of hauntiug tell other sufferers about Sloan's. prodigality of money coined by the will not only pay for his salary us 41 o! thing. One looks aft sometimes to Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for sweat and blood of the masses of Congressman, but will go a long way 41 & see if any chunce she may have re- - 25 cents of any druggist and have It this country and extorted from them toward liquidating tho per dlems of 41 41 nearly every other member of legInxirt her pursuit for an Instant, but In e against Colds, Sore and by an unjust and Immoral laws. 49 & the great bow und tho towering deck Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica islative body of which he Is a mem"It Is a dangerous departure, an 41 By Mail for One Year, at Special lioutts and bridge are always thero and like ailments. Your money back Innovation upon our ed ber. Too many of our other Con 41 0 Just behind ua; and behind her al- If not satisfied, but It does glvo system, violative of the spirit of our gressman feel that public olllce Is a 41 Price of ways trails tho long lino of ships. Government, and, I fear, the Issue public graft for themselves and their 41 Buy a botalmost Instant relief. "The only change Is when a vessel tle relal will be trouble to the party that pro relatives and their relatives' public 41 41 going a trifle too fast finds herself poses It and chagrin for the men who tives. These latter waste the cloblng on tho one in front of her and lots for public 41 I am in favor of an money by buying conceive it. AntltlppliiK liill In Alabumu. 41 fallB out of line and mukes a slight Tho Alabama house today passed a American merchant marine. I shall buildings in places where no necesdetour so as to losse a littlo dis- bill imposing heavy flues on persons vote for such measures as may bo sity exists for such buildings, except 44 41 tance without slowing her engines. giving tips, on employees who ac- necessary to put our ships on tho that a kinsman or 41 Sometimes there are two or three cept them, and also their employers. dead level ot opportunity with tho has a lot to sell. Such campaign- 49 Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper delivered at & vessels out of line at once, and it ships of all other countries that como ing should be rebuked by the voter. 41 0 Is n positive relief after the long your homo each day including your home Ben 41 into our ports. If we shall, by law, All honor to Congressman ItecognizeU Advantages. grim line of vessels. You.. will find that Chamberlain's which we have a right to do, im- Johnson, who couples his honor as 41 papor, at the price of "It Is a great experience for tho Cough Remedy has recognized advan- prove the standard ot living for the an honest man with his every official 44 merchant captains, this navigating in tages over most medicines in use for sailors. wo will at'tTio'samo time ele- act. Sbelbyvlllo Sentinel. line hy clay na night. coughs and colds. It docs not sup- - vate the standard of character and 4 41 navigators are trained to it all press a cough but loosens and relieves manhood ot the men who operate tho 41 to turougn tnelr career, and rush It. It aids expectoration and opens ships. 41 through maneuvers at full speed . the secretions, which enables the svs- "I am opposed to tho hothouso with oqly a couple of cable's lengths , teui to throw off a cold. It counter-betwee- n methods of economics In governIafcata aa4 Ckilirt. t tho vessels, but the captain acts any teudoncy of a cold to result mental matters. I do not think it is KM YNfcift Always 4S of gigantic merchantmen has no in pneumonia. fair to take tho money from the. It contains no at playing tricks with hls.uin or othdr narcotic, and may be pockets of tho wealth producers of to Bmts tb 44 vessel and the further away he can ( given to a child as confidently as to this country and donato It to the ttgntarof keep from alj others the better be is an adult. For sale by all dealers, ru owners of ships. Such a policy can 1 SIDELIGHTS ON ft4fijftft& SHIPPING te $3.00 $1.75 COURIER -- JOURNAL I low-lyin- Daily By Mail !,...,, I I ,.,.. ....... 9 DURING JANUARY i , " FEBRUARY ONLY Period Limited Regular ; n-- m ev-rr- to se Just Regular Price rnu-co- m s ene-inv- x I j Subscription orders at this rate accepted sent through regular Agent this district. & iru-st'- on i e. TStzxTy I car-writ- es r t L'oir cl, Kr. . 4- j -i ht ' I ' i NEW INSURANCE 4446..t. AGENCY I Hartford, Ky. i clean-Sootbe- rn low'-ueck- -- oct next-boxe- s, ce con-wa- t E. E. BIRKHEAD, d. , ' - WA "NTRT") r i d. ! ; j 4KPmi ii n, rock-ribbe- d, J SPECIAL OFFER j The Louisville Daily Herald g t The Hartford Republican the-hous- time-honor- - to-da- $3.00 $3.00. $ Men-o'-w- ce 1t CASTOR I A rr This Offer Positively Expires on lwM &tfd February 28, I9I5. WWWWWWWWVPW9WWZ jAii i 'i feller has not given the public a sense of duty until tho pcoplo have spoken." KY. SENATORS statement as to h.i Impressions of Mother Jones, but it is altogether After an exhaustive discussion of likely that his views of this enrnest whnt lie considers the futility and DEFENDS POSITION 'Heedlessness of the hill, calling It a WAR old woman were likewise greatly al"siilislfly In disguise," Mr. Camden tered hy tha conference. The blind prejudice of tho Ignorexclaimed: ant native ngnlnst "them furrlnefs" "Am 1, as a representative of tho j Is n matter f Kentucky Junior Senator ZT? tax' my people authorized to Ollie James' Bitter Attack prejudice Is of proverb. But such to raise theso not confined to tho illitWill help parents develop their sons into On Camden. erate. The Creeks called all perMo,ooo,ooo, which win only henent ForVofp the best type of citizens nnd Christian ,(h0 t.xportcr..7 Nenrly cvery oush. sons who were not Hellenists bnrbar-ian- s. el of grain and pound of cotton, or Tho word inseff. In its ordin gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scatfarm produce, is now out of tho Ship Purchase Bill Opens Big al meaning, came from a verb which signified "to talk unintelligibly." Etytered and conies from the best homes in Declares Measure Subsidy If hands of the producer, and In tho mologists find that our word "bab.hands of the exporter, or will ho Breach In Democratic the South. Its capacity is limited, thereble" enmo from the same root. Disguise In Intent of shortly. The freight Is paid by tho It was cns to extend tho meaning t Ranks. purchaser on the other side, not hy fore, reservations should be made early. Exporters. those who talked Greek Imperfectly tho farmer. Let them worry; wo Place your eon in this select group of and to thufjj v.'hc Li!ked it at ail. do not have to. I recently sold my nnd wheat for heller prices 5. Senator After the Roman. V.hino great tluy Feb. Washington,) I cattle boys. Write Washington, 1). C, Feb. 5. While than for years. to f.wrH James, after defending Senator Stone appllpd the Icnu Iwr-nrlnfrom those who had attacked him, person who vus liol a Greer or u waiting for the ranks of the friends said ho would not have spoken had Roman, biu 'ho Oreeks refusil in enemies of the ship purchase and not lie found himself on one side recognize the excluMoi of the RoFOR FLETCHER'S hill to close, tho Senate yesterday For catalogue and information. Box A. nnd Senator Camden on the other. mans. The word, In Its variations, I debated the measure, Senator CamHe said In Kentucky a primary, such describes uncouthness, eruelty and Hut Its Mrst as that which nominated Mr. Cam- lack of civilization. den bbll)K one of those to express his The Tragedy of I III 2. He significance and the origin of all othden, was "Just like a caucus." He discussed his reasons for Views. It is an unfortunate foaturo In our declared that Mr. Camden'rfname ers arose from a narrow, provincial opposing tho bill on economic and po litlcal lines and, upon tho conclusion form of government which permits could not have gono on the ballot, spirit. There was something of the of his speech, Senator James gave that the will of a majority of the under the law, hud he not sworn to same contempt in the nnclent use of notice that as soon ns he can get voters may be frustrated; for in- support tho nominees of tho party tho term Genlil? for all people. an opportunity he will "try to make stance, in 1912 there were 2,450,-50- 4 In tho primary. If our people niUilT meet each more votes against Woodrow "When Senator Camden said he a few observations on Mils' measWilson than for him. He received did not attend the party conference ether oftener In 'rlenulv Interenurce ure." It Is understood the Senior Sena- 0, 293,019; all others totalled 8,743,-G2- on tho ship bill, that's no excuse," there would be a 'e'ler mutual unThe removal of the ho said, and then addressing himself derstanding. tor, who Is warmly supporting the partisan nnd sectarian bitterness To analyze from the standpoint of to Mr. Camden, said: Hhlp Hill, will directly answer Mr. "Why don't you attend? That Is which marked our people in other Camden, and vigorously take Issue ui Important governmental policy on -Hio question of tariff: Mr. Wilson no excuse. We can't all have our days has been largely oue to tlie frawith him. sTsTaTaTaTaTaTaTS a V stood for a low tariff and both Mr. way in things. Some one must make ternizing of persons ol different reIn Ills speech, Mr. Camden made, ligious and political beliefs In the Jt,TC,'SCBi i 3.,irt;li "f? no further mvnttou of Senator Stone, Taft and Col. Roosevelt for a protec-o- f concessions." iiim ii i ' ii ' J a ""i w r Missouri, contenting himself with live tariff. The combined RepublMr. Camden Interrupted and said: same lodges. Railway travel and WJVlKVuHKHR HHMisaMH.. "The platform does suit me. This our mail service havo done much to ics sharp reply delivered to that jean and Progressive vote was 7,004,-BenatThe Wednesday. His perora- -' 43. a majority for a protective tariff shipping bill is not in the Haiti-mor- e remove sectional prejudices. t Ukl meeting of our representatives in the men who stood for that prln-- nl platform," tlon, however, dealt with the gener-lan- d FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN "I am glad thero Is one platform Congress has had tho same effect. atack on his position, and was as clplo of 1,311,444; yet Congress Governors mediately revised tho tariff down that suited my colleague," snapped The country has otten marveled at All Pictures of Kentucky' to lb pruant Flmha K fondl!o of tk SUta In axlitenca ,, - ( ward, Mr. James. "Did tho platforms of how the fiery utterances of senators tin,-TPresident: I have endeavoronlr conplata collection It would seem that even a power-tbl- s 1S9C and 1908 suit my colleague?" have been tempered by a brief assocd to make plain- - my objections to Ticturea of nil Presidents of the United Statei. fromWash-Inctto Wilson. Flags of till Nations In colon. 1 he very "More people agreed with me ciation with the men whom they bill, and In a manner In keep- - ul third party does not make for latest Kentucky Map showing Counties.towni.rallroads.Coiy-cresslondistricts, etc Latest Kentucky Census, tu'lfna lag with the dignity of this body, truly representative government since about the platform in 1890 than with once held up to obloquy and shame. completemapof the United States. Ftdlandremfclrtemap.Olthe The removal of international prejuthe political Impugned tho motives of Taft and Roosevelt together polled you," said Mr. Camden. I have not world. Inthe Historical Kentucky sketch Is siyenpresent time. statistics from the foundation of the State to the anyone, realizing that It is a meas- 1,311,444 more votes than Wilson, "But 200,000 of them were Repub- dices is not so easy. Hut we should Executive Department. All It includest-A- U State Officials. .. ..-- .. guard ourselves against provincial Departments or the State uovemmeni wun .. ure regarding the merits of which yet they could count only 9G votes licans," said Mr. James. rw.rtm.nt gndihi. rVrlnl force with their salaries. . Various "But your statement means that in narrowness. It would be well If we Kentucky Boards and Courts with their staff with officers and Senators may differ, and arc entitled in the Electorlal College against 435 Political Committees and Organisations of W salaries. to express their honest convictions. for Wilson. These facts and figures 1900 and 1908 our platform did not knew some other modern language State. Kentucky United Stales Senators. Kentucky Chief Sneakers of the Kentucky House. Congressional mtlce. No Senator has a monopoly of wis- furnish an object lesson which wo suit you, cither, and then you were besides our own well enough fo read Districts. Railroad Commission rs. Senatorial districts. dom and virtue that authorizes him are endeavoring to hold up before in the minority in Kentucky, for it and speak it, even If we could not Counties of Kentucky, whea made and from what Counties. "think in it." It would greatly aid Democracy triumphed." to criticise and condemn another the believers In a protective tariff AU of tha Vital Statistics of Kantucky. "I believe Tcan show my colleague us to realize that he hath indeed who differs with him as to what lsjtbat In the interest of truly represen-fo- r This unique and valuable Atlas is free tatlve government, which Involves Is pledged to support this bill," thun- "made of one blood all of the nato all Evening Post subscribers. If not the best Interests ol now a 6ulscriber, send $3.00 for a full of this country, nor to read him out, the passing of legislation consistent dered Mr. James. I do not speak in tions of men." year's subscription, or $2.00 for a six with the belief and will of the major-viola- anger. I am willing to pray with of the party because be will not months' subscription by mail. bis clear convictions at the MO" of citizens, the Republicans nnd him to come back to the old DemoPkasa nndarstan J. thso ratas aro by mall sly, mad BotUuroathcarriaror ataat. behest of a conference, subsequent-- 1 thoso who have been voting the Pro-l- y cratic household as 300,000 Demo- UNDERWOOD SEES ticket must come together crats are praying." He read from OUR SPECIAL C0BBINATI0H OFFER: called a caucus, In which he tho betterment of government, a speech In which Senator Camden and ill- - j not participate. $3.00 Daily Evaaiai Pass, ona year IMMENSE DEFICIT tl.50 WU Chart tempered remarks never won a cause, j for the bctcrment of business con-an- d 'said he proposed to uphold the PresV....L. - $1.0C. Hartford Republican, 1 yr 1 deprecate their use in this lotions nnd hereafter remain in one ident's hands, and that the people solid phalanx ALL THREE FOR - - - $3.50 for tho continued of Kentucky understood that that was chamber. Kwth and prosperity of the coun-tho- a complete pledge. Democratic Leader Predicts "It Is rather inconsistent for "What the Senator from Kentucky who profess to be leaders here try. The Kentucky Sun. S37 Rpvenue Shortage meant, It now seems," Senator James and to speak for the Administra- tlon, to criticise Democratic Sena- - 'I'roinpt Action Will Stop Your Cough, asserted, dramatically,. "was that he $35,000,000. tors for conferring with Republic-- j When you first catch a cold (often would hold up tho President's hands nn Senators on this measure, when j indicated by a sneeze or cough ),break while tho Republican party tied President Wilson immediately calls j It up at once. The idea" that "It does them." Washington, Feb. 5. DemocratMr. Camden Insisted that his Into conference three Senators from not matter" often leads to serious ic Leader Underwood warned the the Republican side or the cham- - complications. The remedy which pledges only extended to tho party her, The Senators exchanged House of a threatened deficit in the imnvtidiatcly nnd easily penetrates platform. "It is highly Inconsistent for the the Jlning of the throat is the kind shnrp retorts amid confusion, out of Treasury during a speech y on name leaders to criticise mo because demanded. Dr. King's Now Discov- which Senator James was heard to the naval bill, in which he counsel- lican of prominence to announce It you are not familiar with Llppln- I will not violate my clear convic- ery soothes the irritation, loosens llxo say: "The people of Kentucky were ed economy. for the nomination, Senator Bradcott'a you are doing yourself and support n measure which I phlegm. You feel better at once, going to knock somebody else Into a tions and "According to my estimates," lie ley's nephew, Edwin P. Morrow, of the publishers an injustice. deem undemocratic and socialistic "It seemed to reach tho very spot of cocked hat." James said that he Somerset, having given out a stateupon which the people havo not my Cougli" Is one of many honest tes- would resign his commission If ho said, "for the next fiscal year the ornnd dinary expenditures will exceed the ment at Lexington about a month passed, when the President vetoes a timonials. 50c at your druggist. 1 could not accept his party doctrines. That is ago to the effect that ho would ho measure which panned the Scnnte by At this Juncture Senator Camden In- receipts some $20,000,000. not due to the falling off of reven- a candidate. terrupted: n vote of 50 to 7 because it is op-- 1 Dr. Hunter was chairnlan of the posed to Ills 'clear conviction.' I "Is it not a fact that I got a big- ues, but to the Increase in appropriations. Besides that deficit in the Republican state committee in 1S95, ger popular vote in Kentucky than honor and ndfffire him for his courordinary appropriations, thero will when W. O. Bradley was elected you ever did?" age, but is It passible that a Senator Is not entitled to the same privilege? "Well, Mr! President, I will re he a deficit In the Postofllce Depart- governor and later an unsuccessful "The Standard Fiction Magazine of mind tho Senator from Kentucky (hat ment, due to the falling offnn pos-t - candidate for tho United States sen Must ho surrender his 'clear convic, .. -j f -of America" ls' I was nominated by a primary and "" tions on a measure vastly more Im."change very ate, being defeated by William J. unl" portant, more revolutionary and up? codltio8 that I received 100.000 votes more NOW IN ITS 4Gth YEAR iii a contest. Today he ex on which the people Jiuve not ren- Though Sickand Suffering; At than the other man whose name was much. These conditions have been Deboe brought about very largely by the pressed his conodencec that he would on the ballot," answered dered their verdict?" 25 Cents a Copy Senator $3.00' a Year Last Found Help in Lydia James. "Did you ever get that many European war. uo me nominee. In dlscuslng the bill, Mr. Cam"As this condition Vegetafaces the E. Pinkham's (The first magaadno to originate tha , votes In your prihiary? I ask you. den said in part: House, unless we retrench or you are idea of publishing a complete Did you?" Senator Camden made no ble Compound, "I consider it undlsgusted, half-bakwilling to face tho country with more reply. and full of fallacies and novel In each number.) taxation1, you are going to frtCe a defi-- ; Richmond, Pa. "When I started tborougly undemocratic In principle cit of $35,000,000. YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION nnd theory. If it becomes a law the taking; Lydia E. PinMiom'a Vegetable Your Cold In Dangerous . Krcak It ONB STAR Compound I was in & Democratic party will be irrevocaUp .Vow. BRINGS YOU dreadfully rundown bly committed to the" theory of a Colds and Croup In tllll'JrWIt AS GOOD AS BOTTLED IN etoto of health, A Cold is readily catching. A runMany people rely upon Chamber-Iain'- s paternal form of government which, 12 Great Complete Novels. 75 Short 1JONI) Delivered anywhere la had Internal trou- down system is susceptible to Germs. GO freely translated, means State socialCough Remedy Implicitly in CO Timely Articles. Stories. the Middle West or East or bles, and was so ex- You owe It to yourself and to others cases of colds and croup, and it nevism. Personally I am far from conStriking Poems. 200 Pages of Huany place in Kentucky for only tremely nervous and of your household to fight the Germs er disappoints them. Mrs. E. H. vinced that the Democratic party of prostrated that if I mor. Thomas, Logansport, had given in to my ut once. Dr. Hell's Ind this nation Is prepared for this great writes: Is flno for Colds and Coughs. It "I have found Chamberlain's Cough feelings I would leap into the dark. ,. Either in Four Full Quarts al Llpplncott's Is enjoying a big have been in bed. loosens the Mucous, stops the Cough Remedy to be tho best medicine for or Gallon Glass Jugs. "President Wilson in his message Thousands of of popularity. As it was IJiad and soothes the Lungs. It's guar- colds and croup I have ever used, and to Congress on January 28, vetoing Old Quality Is as pure and new readers have boen addcid to Its hardly strength at anteed. Only 2Co at your Drug- never mellow as Whisky can be tiro or recommending it to my the Immigration Hill, recently passed times to bo on my gist, the iast subscription list during l neighbors and friends. I have alby both Houses said: 'Has any pomade. Distilled from the finest feet and what I did do was by a great few months, and Us circulation is ways given It to my children when selected grain, assuring that on effort. I could not sleep ut night and litical party ever avowed Increasing rapidly. Knowledge us u Dehorncr. cufferiug from croup, and it has nevwonderful aroma found only in this fundamental matter, gone to tho of course felt very had in tho moraine, Many portions of President Wil- er failed to glvo them prompt relief." good Whisky that is pure country on it, and been commission- and had a steady hendache, "After tuklnij the second hottlo I no- son's speech to the convention of the For sale by all dealers. especially suitable for family m ed to control Its legislation?' Does HOW TO REDUCE THE ., a or medicinal purposes. this bill rest upon tho conscious and ticed that the headache was not so bad, American Electric Railway AssociaI rested hotter, nnd my nerves wero tion arc subject to criticism but his COST OF GOOD READING Get our complete price list. universal asset ami desiro of tho stronger. I continued its use until Sale. l'urni it Special prices made In quanAmerican people? I doubt It. It made u new woman of me, nnd nw I statement that he has, met many men 150 Acres on Hartford and Rockpor y Sond for tho mois because I doubt It Hint I mnko hold can hardly realize that I am oblo to do whoso horns dropped tities. ment ho was permitted to examine road, 1,1-- 2 nills from Ufoadway and to dissent from It. I am willing to so much ns I do. Whenever I know any & Co. Lippincott's "Little Book of Big P. R. nblde by tho verdict, but not until woman in "need of a l?ood medicine I tlicjr character la piled with truth. 2 mllga. from Rockport. Schoolhouso Mail Order Department. Bargains" Piiikhiun'R Year. Most of the jirejudlces of tlio world on 'ddgp of farm a;id church uoar. it has Jieen rendered. Let the plat hitrhly praisu Lydia E. Oucnsboro, Ky. Mrs, Hum ure cased on misunderstanding. Thrco . roads jtass dwulUug house forms of parttCH spoak nut upon thlsUtahlo Compound." New Edition" Just Published for the P. R. Lancaster & Co., N. Tulip St, nicliinond.l'a. Knowledgo Is tlie greatest dehornor which is on Ilartlord 11." P. I). No. policy, ' and thfl people pronounce Clauk, 4 Suason Owenshoro, Ky. IhW wishes. The matter Is too fuu- - Women Havo Ilccn Telling mniien oMaut. During the wgek M(tucr ( .MosAvrJf JanU porfeoUy Icval.. Any find Gontlonieit:' Enclosed SENT FREE UPON REQUEST farm will do damentnl. to Uo settled off hand or j for forty your? bow Ty$i.K . utwha:-.- ' 'J onea, who bus boon, regarded, as a jii ajjslrtng ,.. ..?. -K t;uswD-vOTitj!u- i $, , for-- which send me, ex-- .. ,.t by many 'II ur invMtlaans. I'riua roamona.- ! i.i.rv' i i .professional troublo-niukc- r uii tuner way, ill inw i.. . it5.j preba pfepald, !. a. oi: v:-- : i i li B. LIFPINC8TT' COMPANY exoBlloiU people, had a personal jAin for further information 'Mr. President. I am willing to btrHienW vfr'-Hate. mI Quality I Star. '" f" l ! r " euldOji by tho villi of th h glllUTON " ',WTIKBTT l'l"A W'1" 'ferenco with John D. Roukofeller. people JMi SON, AsMiU. JJm 'Jr. At itu cdji$lu(pp she declared t Mnda- A on tblH ' T" vr1' .Tit. haiijminN Express Offlca thut the young nitltfbnslre- bad bewn . filiation, vul fv.-- furr nd.'r wm,n Yy,y ,, To, Pro&SJl v,BjQOuVrt.iPnlner - i"i . VosttofQefi "li;iril)y iiuri.prciien.Kl." Slrt OOll- U) to AyJU Of the mujonlv VJtar . u IWlj ' tr V1 "" ' dVVJJqP i wia. Dt. Mum's Vcitui. Oii Out and, MU Novi .F0R. FLETCHER'S MTFlK. VII,ril!' 11. il .vi'lth fttned Uml the had iurncltMtt4 in convisUQii'Ijut I am nut v.llllu.' to mil jMy) au Uuq . LUui . ( II. llt idu-- i, the misrepresentation. Mr RcXo-uurr eido'r hjit conviction and my hani iacicmu Co., Lju, ., 'iC eSE3SS!jK ;MimiiW- - SENATOR CAMDEN ABEAT Vanderbiit Training; School for Boys ELKTON, KY. uive:icc;uii Children Cry CASTO R A MaTHENEY & BSTTS non-Jew'- 3. ' TSMnino??. i fcar-.- -. ;'w.bi.,.i . or er. , on al " the-peop- le te : 'r Cnm, se J to-da- uppiNcorrs MAGAZINE WOMAN VOIiL f NOT GIVE UP tI ' ... ed at "Old Quality" I Pine-Tar-Hon- $3.00 Per Gallon To-da- ow-e- Lancaster -- ill-S- -- 1013-1SU- .,....,..11 h v , ' con-H1'- ' ,r.t r -y Jtknr'rt, t-- i -- - ,- p, , - ftu. . ''lUlclren Ory ja vi i CSTORIA Mi. -- ' I ,v:,iJ..ji - .& I2tedr,a4v ii 'IVtMtSU. A. o4". ,. I - j- - i - "j A H trtford Republican. for Governor. Ho Is about the only one they might have ft show to elect. HISS AT THE - i j dinners Rro nlrlght lNAMt Ur should be duly encouraged, but, nnd 4lAM, gentlemen, what the peoplo want is (l a good clean ticket, free from mossform which Indicates n purpose on C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor backs, on a platform committed to Neutrality Gathering at Chicago the part of Its supporters to. deal ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor every proposition looking to the wcl frankly, candidly nnd courageously Condemns Attitude of Ad with tho people nnd with every Is-faro of old Kentucky. I about which they are concern- communications to Address all ministration. It is no use to cuss the farmer becd Kfe Hartford Republican. cause of the high prlco of Hour. Ho A platform which Is technically do- has no hand In it. The high prlco ,lB1,C1, '" nt every 8,(lc of nnv lues-- 1 Chicago, Feb. 7. J. J O'l NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS for wheat came on after he had sold a.51.i Hon. and the chief object of which wnt to iw president of .i.' BsbMribf" drt.lrlt(r U at 70 cents. There Is no excuse for Now mYork, Qnnlnlif tf.f1n is to elect ccrtnln men to offlco re- - ' ! . nn nttnnrwl (rtte the oM ndiltw In mnklnR the fldmi mint the high prlco either. Very little Ignrdless of their fitness nnd with no ro,oet. America and criticised England, 6c has as et gone abroad. reference to the demand for "less V Bailor l.ornl r1 Notice 10c rer line ntid pleaded for Germany nt a mass meet- , h iiiMltlnnnl Insertion. per llir lor ' Neutrality " Congress should, In the Interest lug of the American Obltnnrlr. Kwolotlon nn.I t'anl ol Tlntike.Bc lucky, will not nnd should not In- per line, money la (idvnuf r. of the American people who buy dengue, of which the avowed pur- free, Chrh Notice lor rrrvlce line. lint ottw bread, lay an embargo on. wheat. It j p()so was the promotion of peace I spire respect or gain support for Its' .horth adTertleeiiiente. 8c er - HU mention of William Jennings defenders. will rrcttTe no is practically all in the hands of exAnorjmoo communication Tho Republicans of Kentucky had porters nnd speculators and they jjryan brought forth hisses, and Jen 1tfDtlon (0 cents per kin Lloyd Jones, pastor of All Soul's better go down to defeat In Novembought It at from 57 to frwl 1i ft imtlt her with good men and nn honest bushel. Why should they be permit .l.nHAtt rt.nst ninl it rtl rt " " ,'..,";i Platform thnn to win with nominees CviaiVarlani ...-.ted to Yob or stnrvo the poor people leave tho platform unless neutrality, and with a party declaration put for C IvitVial The were preserved. of this country? s. ward to secure votes for mere one of the largest ever held In the has announced city, a great percentage of the auFRIDAY, FKIHHJAKV 12. Dr. W. O. Hunter g There has been too much his candidacy for tho Republican dience being Germans. nnd not enough statesmanGovernor. Time has nomination for "I believe It was right In this hall AXXOL'NCEMKNTS. been when the "gum shoe states- that William Jennings Bryan, our ship In Kentucky In recent years nnd man" could make them all take no- gifted Secretary of State, proclaim- the peoplo are getting tired of selfish We are authorized to announce tice. He hns been out of tho game ed that the Republican party was try- politicians. Take a glnncc nt the situation at JOHN H. THOMAS, of Ohio County, for several years and It remains to ing to crucify the people of this a candidate for State Senator, "th be seen whether or not ho can adopt country upon a cross of gold." Mr. Frankfort even now. composed of himself to the new Implements of The Lieutenant Governor Is a canDistrict, Senatorial O'Lcary said. "He now Is trying to Muhlenberg and Butler coun- warfare. didate for Governor. Tho Auditor Ohio, crucify the fatherlands of more is a candidate for Governor. The, ties. General primary election Aug. than 25,000,000 of our people upon a Treasurer Is a candidate for Auditor. The tobacco grower must either cross of British gold." 1915. 7, The Commissioner of Agriculture Is make up his mind to organize and Chairman Jones introduced Frank to nnnounce stay organized, or engage In some Buchanan, a labor leader, scheduled a can did site for Governor. The Su- -, We are authorized is HON. ALBERT LEACH, of Beaver thing else. There is no competition as a "neutral speaker," with the perintendent of Public Instruction State Sena- on the loose leaf floors at. Owens- - proviso that "he may present him- a candidate for Secretary of State. Dam, Ky., a candidate for tor in the 7th Senatorial District com- boro, or elsewhere. The price of self to you If he chooses to takehls Doubtless other announcements will j' come later. prised of the counties of Ohio, But- your tobacco, no matter what grade, life in his hands." If there Is a single achievement of Republican is fixed before you start on the long and Muhlenberg. was met with hoots ler Mr. Buchanan muddy expensive haul to Owens-bor- nnd catcalls when he defended the the present administration at FrankAug. 7, 1915. , primary election, fort, of which all of these gentlemen You will breathe freer, sleep sincerity of purpose of Mr. Bryan. have been n part, to which they can better, live better and die easier. If "While I may not agree with the We are authorized to announce you cut It out and raise something Secretary of State," he said, I do point to a reason why any one of WILLIAM D. MORRIS, of East Hartthem should be promoted to higher to eat. believe in his sincerity in his work otllccs ford precinct, a candidate for the the have up to this time peace, and I believe he will be nomination for Reprefor Republican At first the Wilson administration able; to do some work that will be signally failed to convince anyone sentative of Ohio county. General declared that a revision of the tariff valuable. You are not going to make of that fact. Iprimary election Aug. 7, 1915. During the past three years the would make everybody happy and progress by appealing to prejudice." business interests of the State have prosperous. Next it was said tho Mr. Jones, who had been asked 'to We are authorized to announce new tariff couldn't turn the trick been harassed and annoyed by vicious C act as chairman, arrived half an W. S. DEAN, of Sulphur Springs legislation, offices It hour late. When he reached the or without the new currency law. a candidate for the Republic- was enacted. It was then discover- Coliseum be found the sidewalk lin- have been roultlplled.the public funds an nomination for Representative of ed that the whole thing would fail have been squandered, the State's ed by men selling banners bearing Primary election Sat- without an anti-trulOhio county. Indebtedness has accumulated, and Conmeasure. pictures of the German Emperor and scandals urday, Aug. 7, 1915. and frauds have compelled gress came across with the goods the German eagle? grand Juries and courts to bring once more. Now, the same crowd O'Leary was speaking, roundly ap' prominent State officials beforethem We are authorized to announce declares the government must purplauded, when Jones entered the hall. S. GLENN, of Hartford, chase JUDGE J. $40,000,000 worth of ships German banners were hanging from for alleged criminal misconduct by p a candidate for the nomination and operate them or the whole them or their subordinates. the galleries. American flags were At this time Important officials who for Judge of the Sixth Judicial Dis- "bloomln" thing cannot win. If that outnumbered. should be attending to duties which trict, subject to the action of the Is all between us and the long promJones pleaded for a place for the they are paid to discharge Pexnocratlc party at the State Pri-er- y ised era of good times, for goodness and which Allies' flag. they swore to discharge to the best the first Saturday in August, sake let 'em pass the ship purchas"Where is the rose of England?" of their ability, are not only consum915. once. ing act-a- t he demanded. "Why Is the French ing their own time, but often the flag not there? Where is tho Rustime ot their subordinates, perfectKentucklans who have a fair sian flag?" We are authorized to announce , ing their "organizations." for knowledge of State politics for the OTTO C. MARTIN a candidate "Put them all there, I say. If this', One gentleman declares he Is cerit past fifteen years, must read with is a 'the Republican nomination for and an thegeneral pri- much amusement the Louisville Ev- meeting and mind you, my attitude tain to win, not because of his emiCourt Clerk at nent ability, or on account of distinening Post's attempts to castigate would be the same if It were mary election Aug. 7, 1915. guished service rendered to his State independSenator Camden for his I have no and as used to be the case but beannounce ence in refusing to be led with hal- place here and respectfully beg leave We are authorized to cause all of the county officials of a by his Democratic brethren on to withdraw." CAL P. KEOWN a candidate for the ter certain class are "for him." Before the arrival of Chairman Republican nomination for Circuit the ship purchase bill. How can the It is for the Republicans of KenEeveniug Post work his Jones the meeting adopted the decCourt Clerk of Ohio County, General editor of the mind into a condition which would laration ot tho principles of neutral- tucky this year to show by the man7, 1915. primary election August guide his pencil through an editor- ity adopted at Washington at a con- ner of men they nominate, and by ial criticising his fellow man for ference of various organizations, as the candor and frankness of their We are authorized to announce "bolting." In other words exercis- woll as formal resolutions advocating platform utterances that "office" is WALLACE H. RILEY a candidate ing the right of Independence? not the sole aim and end of their amWhat lor the Republican nomination for political role lias the Evening Post tho prohibition of the export of arms, bitions, but rather that they have Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio county. played all these years? Does It not ammunition and munitions of war, a de'slre to render conspicuous and calling for tho national control of General Primary August 7, 1915. display at its masthead every day the manufacture of weapons, and useful scrvlco to their Stnte. If they but do this there will bo in the year, "except Sundays," the for peace nnd harmony In the, promono doubt about the result In Novem-- 1 We are authorizet to announce motton, "An. Independent Newspation of neutrality without arousing her. Lexington Lender. CARL M. TAYLOR, of Prentiss pre- per?" deantlmosities. The resolutions cinct, a candidate for the Republican precated the use of airships as a I'ostiiKe to Germany Raised. nomination for Circuit Court Clerk MINKKXTL'CKIANS HATING menus of dropping bombs or other Washington, February 4. PostGeneral Primary of Ohio County. NOWS. y missiles of destruction on unfortified master General Rurleson susSaturday, August 7, 1915. 7Iip following taken from the and communities. pended the 2 cent postage rate on applies also to Ohio mails from the United States to Ger-jnacounty. Many small bass were takRepublican Banquet. and announced that until diMr. It has been a month bince and en from Ohio county streams last rect transportation servlco was reTlie dinner to be given Friday Stanley announced for Governor, head spring, several from ROUgU Itlvur at next by tho Lincoln Protective stored letters from this country to he hasn't cracked Percy Haley's Hartford. Of course, we can't keep Club of Louisville will bring together their destination would be charged at yet. these small bass olf our hooks, but a notable assemblage of Kentucky a rate of 5 cents for the first ounce was we can nut them back Into the Camden Anyway Senator Republicans and will give opportun- and three for each additional ounce. useful, and Important, when stream. Tlioy will recover when ity for a free and useful Interchange mighty Immediately and In years 4be campaign funds had to be gotten put back of opinion by party leaders from all IMPORTANT NOTICE to come make big fish. A law to over together. the State. this effect should not bo necessary. In the afternoon preceding the banPresident Wilson Is being severely Every man should have enough quet the State Central Committee The Farm Agency of the Concriticised by persons in his own par- sportsman's blood in his Veins to do will meet at the headquarters in the country for his so voluntarily: Co., of ty in this part of the Great Southern Building and deter- tinental Fire Insurance "To tho editor of the Courier-Journa- l: veto of the Immigration bill. mine the date and the place for hold- Hartford, Connecticut, formerly While spending a Jew We presume Senator Camden is weeks In tho eastern part of your ing the platform convention. represented by A. C. Yeiser, has It Is anticipated that active party the first millionaire Senator James State last October I did some fishing, men from every Congressional dis- been transferred to me. I Also over bad across his knee, and he may in both the northern and middle trict will meet with the members of have the Agenpy for the Recordremember It for years to come. branches of the Kentucky River. the State Central Committee and There was one thing I noticed that ing business in the following There Is a mighty stillness up at shocked me somewhat, as a sports- counsel with them regarding a numIrankfort about that $300,000 which man from Missouri, and that was ber of subjects which require atten- companies: Continental, Harthas been lost, to say nothing of the the custom that prevailed among the tion at this time. ford, Aetna, Phoenix, and Fidelity Tho intention to have a platformm failure to locate the auto license peoplo of tluit part of your State In which includes pri- underwriters, prior to the thief. faking from the streams small bass, convention constantly gainedStatu mary has In favor the business written in "all some not over five Inches In length, party generally. No subThe fact that Mr. Bryan was lookConnty. using them for food. Have you with tho ing out for Jobs for faithful Demo- and political advantage can be towns in Ohio no law In your State to protect your stantial gained by the Republicans by deferrcrats will not lessen his popularity These are all olt line Insurance this kind of a thing shall ing tho date of holding their platform Companies. 'with the boys In the trenches, in the fish? It be permitted you will soon have no Iwet. gume fish in your creeks and rivers. convention. I will be glad to bave you call The position which the party must Charles E. Gunn." s the time to build good Now take with respect to tho liquor ques- oi me or I will see yoi at your road. They would be more appretion Is only thing which promises China Reld. home for aiything in the in ciated than at anytime ol the year. On Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 2, to lead 'to a serious 'difference of The people might vote to bond the 1915, at 3 o'clock, at the home of opinion among the delegates to the gurance liae. d could be country, If BIRKHEAD, tho bride's father, Mr. C. C. Chinn, convention, and this difference will E. within the next sixty days. of the Pond Run neighborhood, Mr. be no greater before thnn it would Hartford, Ky. If this issuo S. J. Reld and Miss Blanche Chinn bo after tho primary. We are now more than ever is likely to lead to embarrassing par- Office 'Phone, No. 66. Rev. Birch Shields, that Kentucky Democrats were married. ty divisions, the sooner tho convenNo. 41. feave made a mistake in not drafting former pastor of the bride, performtion is held the better it will bo for Resldercs 'Phone, candidate ed the ceremony. Senator Camden asheir Pootflr liw nrrorfllne Btri Ky.. mailtrt wiiUmat olttie the cob1 arttoH, m hhp nrganlzatron. Further, If tho Republican party fnl1 DDVlu'nan''nm t,,'8 of Uionro t0 commnnrtrespect nnd conDKiAN niul bo wort,y voters or tno ssintp jlldrnce of tlie they must stand squnrely upon a plat- - SSS$SiSS9SSSS9S99$S9Si Here Goes tie Clean-u- p Sale on ab Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloaks $20 Suits 51S : 13.fi() wr Suits I2.n0 8.08 ' .' 1 $15 Suits LADIES' CLOAKS. $15.00 Coats 10.00 Coats 8.50 Coat? 5.00 Coats H50 Coats $1 00 Coats $8.0Ji '. 7.75 O.L6 3.-I,3.-l- I3 """""" 5 2.08 olucc-seeker- olllce-seekln- HUB CLOTHING CO., HARTFORD, KY. &$$$$$roIttlvw$$$$sse( OUR SCIENTIFIC Horse and Mule Collars We are putting in a stock of Harness, Breeching, Hames, &c., all of the best high grade goods. Any one wanting ahorse or mule collar should see our Scientific Collars, They are made of the best grade leather,double stitched and made to fit. It does away with the pad and sore shoulders. It is a comfort to the beast and a pleasure to the owner. Call on o. pre-Cinc- st Williams & Miller BEAVER DAM, KY. . Cir-'cu- pro-Germ- anti-Britis- h! 1) ? pro-Briti- anti-Germ- m A -- non-milita- Postal Brings This Book It is free it tells how you can have local and long distance telephone service in your home at very small cost. Send for it today. phone Manager, or Write nearest Bell Tele- FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. BOX 119, OWENSBORO, KY. "TOTJaat or Wire Fence. htatlon. A pobtal costing one cent, nilKlit have ou some good money on buUdlng materials this ear, by bringing to you our prices ob b)'-- us quote you our price ua tiling you may necu in hum line, Lumber, llulldern Hardware, Hoofing, Metal, Felt or HhlHgleN.I'aluUi One Cent "Will DP iet price. at your railroad We will quote you price delivered n sub-raitte- E AVrite for FORDSVJU.E cou-'vlnc- ed Juk PLANING MILL COMPANY Incorporated " e WllBOn, Mgr. FORD8VILLE, KY.' $ .') 1 .l. CLEAN SWEEP SALE Our last special Sale of the Winter begins next Thursday will be what morning. name out season Those living In the lowlands were forcrd to move everything during the Sale. high water but the flour. High water Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Aclon left can't touch that. Wednesday for Evnnsviljo nnd where Mr. Acton will add to If the high cost of living continues tho stock of Acton & Bro. until spring the bass will be willing Mr. J. U. Catlett, of Prlnccton.sWns to travel a long way to grab our hero Thursday. Mr. Catlett Is n wooden minnow. newspaper man and gave us an ap preciated call while In town. The first sign of spring was seen A fine lot of Red Top Grass Seed j"? onG of our citizens Saturday night ln ul rorln or "ico big bunch of for sale. Call on or address, fnt snakes. HIRAM MILLER, Beaver Dam, Ky. 27tf Clean-Swee- Fairs' Clean Sweep Sale begins All Fairs' winter stock, p rcgardlcs of cost goes in our Kc1iicccMiik. ivy AD WESELLONff RELIABLE GOODS mM 3L. KMHB&gg5 SS yT V Tho case of Charlie Burton, or- rnrn 0m rested Mondny night nnd charged mer. Of course tho first horse around with breach of ponce was compro- tho circuit will court the clerk. mised yesterday nnd defendant fined $2.50 .nnd cost, In Judge Martin's Don't tumble of tho wagon to court. the amusement of the public In sale spells its The ladles of the Baptist church general, but climb down gracefully will give a candy pulling Friday and put the old ship in tho shed. You night, February 12, at the Rhoads' may wnnt It again Jan, 1, 191C. of building on Main street, from 7 to 11 o'clock. Fancy candles and pop-tor- n Como on you filthy flics nnd snakes; of stock. Tho we damn your loathful ways, also for sale. Everybody cor When you come you bring along dially Invited. Some brighter, grander days. Mr. Clifton Burden, nge 23, died invest? so, on That old season's sure a corker, nt his home near the Baptist Church For the things she brings In stylo; Friday night from typhoid and pneularge to monia. Mr. Burden had been sick Fishing, swimming, even bnse ball, Are all worth a fellow's while. about two weeks and his death was HONEST GOODS AT HONEST PRICES HAUE expected, flcmains were taken to But to you I'll tell large the reason MADE OUR BUSINESS GROW. WE ARE GOING Butler county for burial. He leaves Why spring's so great to me, a wife and baby. It's the time to change the lengthies, TO STAY IN BUSINESS HERE. WE KNOW THAT If Wo will give you your meal and For the ones that strike the knee. GIVING BIG VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY WILL also your crush, made out of your own corn, on Mondays, will Anion The Sick. Wednesus BUILD OUR BUSINESS BIGGER. WE WANT TO DO Mr, J. C. Her, who has been condays and Saturdays of each week. Will exchange either meal or crush fined to his room since Saturday A BIG VOLUME OF BUSINESS AT LITTLE PROFITS this, any day In the week. with stomach trouble, is no better. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Letters received from the relatives RATHER THAN A VOLUME AT BIG of Jesse Schroeter, who was moved 31t4 Hartford, Ky. to Evansvillc last week, state that PROFITS. Miss Elsie Matthews, daughter of he stood the trip very well and that Mr. Heher Matthews, 'senior editor BUY YOUR GOODS FROM US FOR ONE there are slight hopes of his reof the Herald, by an excellent show covery. Ing in a recent civil service examina WHOLE SEASON AND YOU WILL NEUER GO ANYMrs. Sallie Taylor was reported tion at Cincinnati, has won a merited as resting well but no change of WHERE ELSE TO TRADE. promotion. She has received an ap- Importance in condition at press pointment as stenographer and typehour. writer in Government! Agriculture Mrs. Martha Ross is much better Department and will Jeave Hamilton, and it is thought that she will soon O., for Washington next week. possess normal health. The people of Hartford were Very Glenn Barnes, tho still bothered much amused Wednesday afternoon some with a cough is better. when Mr. C. B. Sullenger came up Miss Beulah Barnes, who has been town followed by a goose. Mr. Sul- sick at the home of Mr. Paul Woodlenger entered several stores and ward, is much better. INCORPORATED. other places of business nnd "everyLittle Annie Stevens is about well 1 where that Oharllo went the goose again. was sure to go." Tho fowl talked Mrs. Hooker Williams who has continually :to herself and followed been ill for about a week, is able to right at the heels of Mr. Sullenger 'be out again. at all times. Sullenger says that Mr. J. A. Duke is thought to be every time he comes up town "Mlsg some better. Mr. and Mrs. '0. W. Feagta have ILucy" wants to follow him and it Is vs. Williams Coal Company Conj yncjied at 11 o'clock tonight, i "He been the nets 'Ot Mr. Marks avd necessary to drive her back. Southern Inventors. tinued. Mary E. Kirk vs. M. If. HoovThe lynching was done by a band says the doesn't like the idea of a' The following patents were just family. er dismissed without prejudice, ot .fifty qr,more,mensoBie of whom iumDA.iiwrontMRV 12. Mrs. M. L. Heavrin left Tuesday darn goose taking- up with him, put1 jjssned to Southern clients reported Shelby "Robertson vs. "McHenry Coal were masked, who rode in from1 the lor Louisville, where she wfll visit you "can tell from 'the tone of his by D. Swift & Co,, patent lawyers, Company Judgement of $3,000 for northern part of the county, where voice that he ds mot ;al together, dis- Washington, p. C, who will furnish plaintiff. W. H. Williams vs. HUbert the shooting of the Constable occur01. & T.. aiABJlUMD TIME TA- relatives. pleased "with this novel pet, and we BLE AT JUiRTFORD, KV. Por Blounts Stool Flows .and OH predict that If anyone should mis- copies of any patent for ten cents Bennett et al. Hung jury. Lizzie red. Without any attempt at ConSouth .Hound. Duke Mercer vs HUbert Bennett et cealment, they went directly to tub ver Chilled Plows and Repairs, seo treat '".Miss ."Lucy" ihewould have a apiece to our readers. Kentucky. Henry P. Martin, No. JJ5 due at fHartford 9:20 a. m. Acton Bros. al. Judgment for defendent's costs. jail where they demanded the pris31t2 fight on ihand. work stand; L. J. Matting- - W. H. Collins vs. HUbert Bennett, oner, North Hound. j. Messrs. Lon Ralph and J. E. MitchWe this week announce Esq.. W. S. ly, Hardinsburs, buggy pole stay etc. continued. Don Miller vs. TayMo. 3H due at iHnrtford 2:20 p. m, ells-Sulphur Jailer Dublin made no attempt at wore here Dean, of Dundee, a candidate for the chain; W. H. Shclbourne, Russell-vlll- e, brines lor Coal Company On trial. Hartford .and tint iagtoxi Accwm- resistance, it is said, and the men Wednesday. Republican nomination for Reprecombination lock. :MiOutiotl. The following Commonwealth cas- took Tinker from the Jail. They hangMr. and' MrsfEmory Schrootcr sentative from Ohio county in the Tennessee. E. C. Dereseweh, es ' have been disposed of: Com.th ed the man to a tree on the Leave. Arrive. south next vs. Chas. W. Mulllkln filed away side of the courthouse. o.m..l:40pan. No.U2.. 2:05p.m. arc the proud parents of a line girl, Esq. General Assembly of Kentucky. Rldgetop, rail Joint. No shntn Dean needs .no introduction to born Sunday. West Virginia. Jas. A. Reasoner, with leave to reinstate. Com'th. vs. were fired. In effect Jan 4, 1915. The crowd waited fop Mrs. C M. Crowe is visiting her tho people of tOhio county. Nor is rarKershurg, valve for pneumatic Will McMurry and Will Johnson JLHCClIHiCHKE, Afc't. necessary to say that ho is a farm- tires; Fred E. Sparks, Charleston, plea guilty and given from 12 to Tinker's death beforo dispersing. parents, Rev. and Airs. JL S. Chandler it Tinker was sullen and stoical. Giver with tbe hobby of raising fine sash lock. of Auburu. Ky. 13 months. en an opportunity by tho mob to I hogs. He served as magistrate in 1,000 yards of Embroidery, worth speak for himself, he had nothing to Mr. Tanner For Commonwealth's At- say, making no plea Sale his district from 190G to 1909 when 15c to 25c yard, Clean-Swee- p for his life. he was Inrced to ireslgn In order to torney. price, flc At Fairs. The shooting of Constable FOR FLETCHER'S Tart represent his county in the General Mr. L. P. Tanner, of Owensboro, took place Monday Children's Rcninnnt lotof Shoes, Assembly, tho same position to at Mclber, whero I was m Ualhoun this weeK on legal Tart and Constable Skaggs sizes 12 to 2, former price $1.50 had gone which he now aspires. After his business, and while here, informed jto arrest choico S9c nt Fair's Tinker on a charge of term as representative the people of Court Notes. STOP AT THE J his friends that he would be in the ino otticcrs woro Ladies "Skirts about" 10 left his district Just hod to have him Tho grand Jury adjourned Satur- race this year for the ofllce of Com- - Jiuuseuruaiung. sold for $7.50 to $10 choice Fairs' back as magistrate and against his day after having returned twelve In- monwealths Attorney. This news Is armed with a warrant accusing -Tin Clean-SweeSale, $3.49. personal desire he made the race and dictments, as follows: Sam Walker gratifying to tho people of McLean ker of robbing several stores tn Mayfield. Miss I.ettleMarka entertained a was elected In 3913 for the present and Tesslo Bassett. for murder; County, among whom Lawrence TanTinker opened fire when the Con"number of her friends in houor of term. Eq. Dean Is well uuallfled Wesley Parrish, carrying concealed ner was reared, who know of his abil stables attempted to arrest him, and to hold this Important post and hav a deadly weapon: WIIL McMurray. ity as a lawyer and his sincerity as a her KUtMt, Mrs. Fcagin. Tart fell, mortally wounded. See the Central City and Hartford Ing served once before adds to his Will Johnson, Gip Denuison, Guy man. Mr. Tanner stands close to tho Skaggs, after tho exchange of He Is a friend to the com Dennlson and Bill Taylor, for house- men who earn their bread by labor basket ball reams hook up at Bean's qualities. ECKERT, Prop.. s FRANK mon people, has a good stolid char- breaking; Ira Cook, having sexual and the men who toll recognize In several shots, succeeded in arrestRink Saturday night. H.H.ECKERT,Mgr. acter and somebody Js at home In intercourse with female under 16 him an able advocate and one that ing Tinker. Constable Tart later Mrs. C. 07Huntera"n(Tfathcr, Mr. that head that rests on those broad years; Arthur Duncan, for carrying will fearlessly stand for the law's en- died In a hospital at Paducah. P. 11. Taylor, left Monday for two shoulders. concealed a deadly weapon; Elijah forcement against the rich and poor European Plan $1 Up. weeks at Dawson Springs. Eskridge, for carrying concealed a alike, and that, It he Is elected to Carload of Machinery J'or Hale. Mr. W."ETE1Us, ofTlio firm of On or about the first o March, deadly weapon; Verna Eskridge, for this responsible position, there will W. E. Ellis & Bro., is loading a car 1915, we will receive a carload of discharging deadly weapon on pub- be no juggling with the wheels of of poultry at Utlca this week. Cla'yton Sharp, for Justice to persecute Innocent men or f&S tho celebrated Weber Farm Was-on- s, lic highway; Clean-Sweep left. Fair Good Prints Only 10 Men'arOvercoats Deerlng Grain-Binde- rs, Mowing grand larceny; Wess Lewis, for adul- to effect the escape of tbe guilty. Sale. Former price $10 and $15 choice Machines, Rakes, Osborne Disc Har- tery; Alva Fogle, for assault and Calhoun Star, Clean.-Swee- p Sale. rows, Hoosler Corn Drills, Harrows, battery; S. C. Robb, for obtaining Esq. S. I Fufkerson, ot Bockport, $7.59. Fairs" Government Inspection Co. H. Men's Linen" Collars, sizes 10 Cultivators, &c. was here Tuesday. Likewise Vulcan money under false pretense. Jury trials have been disposed ot In pursuance of orders from tho 17, ITVt. 18, slightly soiled, choico Plows as well as repairs for all of hb-tPenny Picture at Schro" Clean-Swee- p Sale. this machinery. Having purchased as follows: C. P. Morris vs. H. R. Adjutant General of Kentucky the 28t5 5c each, ut Fairs' March Int. Not after. The Wells Entertainers, who per- this machinery in carload lots, wo Kirtley, et al. continued for plain- members of Co. II, 3rd. Ky. Inf., are .Ladles $10Long Coats" for $5,JS formed at College Hall Friday night will be prepared 'to give very close tiff. W. S. Likens vs. I. C. R. R. directed to report at the armory at Sale. at Fairs' Clean-Swee- p Monday, Hartford Ky., on Thursday, Feb. 18, to pleased the largo audience Immense-- 7 prices to those needing anything in Co. set forward T.he HattfordMilI Co." will jwy this line. Our aim is quick sales Feb. 15th. John Bell vs. W, M. Hef-li- n at 1 p. m, for Federal Inspection judgement dismissing plaintiff's The Inspection will be held on the 41.50 per bushel for good wheat. Mrs. Beatty Hancock, who has and small profits. So it will pay you $5. lleVafl 'wool "Blankets for been (the guest of her parents, Mr. to see us before purchasing else- petition. J. F. Jones, admr., vs. I. ubovo date regardless of weather C. R. R. Co, Judgement for defend- conditions and It is very necessary Sale. 48..S9. Fair's Clean-Swee- p and Mrs. Gillespie, bus returned where. We can save you money. ant on lji8trupt!on of the court. C. that every available member appear of ordinary quality Is easy enough. W. E. ELLIS & BRO,, for home. Men'B 2.50 Corduroy Pants D. Taul vs. Helfrlch Lumber & Mfg. at the armory in accordance with We try to do better than that. We 31t4' Hartford, Ky. Sale. $1. fit, Fair Clean-Swee- p Mr. Bllo Taylor will move his famCo. judgement for amount sued for, above order. Authority for absence endeavor to have Feed of superior .; Mrs. FLT Felix left yesterday for ily to Beaver Dam In a, short time, Notice. $99. W. H- - Qulnn vs. Town ot Bea- can only be secured by sending ap- quality and to sell It at the ordinary where they will make their future visit wilh relates in dreenville. Those desiring-- to apply for posl-lio- ver Dam dismissed, settled.' plication to the Adjutant General price. That we ,arV,' successful Regular home. Is Ove,rcoats, as teacher in Hartford Commo Childre' J, Ht Wilson & Co. vs. Chicago, through the Company Commander. price $2.79. price fa'.BO, CJean-Swoe- p Mrs. John T. Moore, of EllzabeUi-tow- n, (ion as teacher in, Hartford Common St, Louis & New Orleans R. R. Co.' Commanding Co. H. 3rd Inf.wdylw proven by our large and Increasing is spending tC few days with Graded School will please "call on C. Paul Woodward vs. Cecil Barnard JAS. M, DEWEESE, Capt., patronage. If you will try our Feed What do you'thlSkVA" $20 Coat her mother, Mrs. Martha, Ross, who M. Barnett, secretary of Doafd of set for Wednesday, 15th day. CUan-Swee- p Commanding Co. H, 3rd Inf. Suit for $7.98, Fair's your stock will be healty and strong". Is sick. Trustees, for application blanks of ,F. M. Allen vs. Jno. Iglelieurt.&c. Sale. verdict of Jury for defendant. Lynch Man Who Kills Constable. That basket ball game between requirements, prepared by the Sttlet.niMBrH'aHtedto look after our Mayfleld, Ky., Feb. 9. Tom TinHartford and Central City at Bean's board, and file application with him Frank Decker vs. I. C. R. It. Co. counInterest in Ohio and adjacent ker, white, who shot and killed ConSaturday night will be well not later than March 1, 1915. verdict of Jury $1,000 for plaintiff. Ad Rink ties. Salary or Commission. The Produce' Merchants stable Dick Tart yesterday, was tak J. H. B. CARSON, Ch'm'n. St." Clair s. M. II. & E. R. R. dress Tlje Harvey Oil Co., CJevpJnpd, worth anybody's quarter. Game coll en from the county Jail hero andHARTFORD, C. M. BARNETT, Sec'y. KENTUCKY. eight bells. ed about 31tf Verdict for defendant. C. A. Paton ',.,.,. Man, Man, .,.,. ., that circuit court This a CLEAN SWEEP our Winter every part and parcel Have you hand. CASH to We mean pay presence. .If be dividends for your not Have you received our poster telling you about our Sale? write and we Dd send you one by fast mail. and remember that PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU IT MONEY. LITTLE CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. Hartford Republican. ro, -- J t i When 444 is Louisville i Children Cry CASTOR A 5th Avemte Hotel p Cou-stab- le i TO CARRY FEED 4., H ... W. E. ELLIS 4 BRO. A i Sit J mad - e. yrtM ijct. .till. ,. i imii&&Mtnmmm'myMijmJtiiinmAM.imtilt'iwU SiPw,. WOMEN SOLD J THEIR VOTES i witness Against John Qulllen and i William Ilentley, both of whom were1 Qulllen, ho said, convicted was "kinda Mind," nnd ho gave hi in $5 as nn Inducement to go to tho, to-da- WILL YOU TAKE OUR FREE I FREE Directory Professional Ohio County Circuit Court T. F. DIrkhoaid, Judge; lien D. Illngo, Attorney; W. Attorney Law P. .Mldklff, Jailer; U. (1. Barrnss, Cierk; 13. 13. Ulrkhead, Master ComHARTFORD, KY. missioner; R. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund; S. O. Kcown, Sheriff, Will pmotlce hla profwlon la UsU Deputies S. A. Unitcher; Hartford. adjoining counties. CotntnersM Office ilnnilllrn Mm. K. f). Krnnn ntilil and I Ollmore Kcown. Court convenes first, and Criminal Practice tv Specialty- Monday in February nnd continues thrco weeks; third .Monday In April, i iwo wocha; third Monday in October, two weeks. County Court John B. Wilson, Law Judge; W. C. Woiikeiishlp, Clerk; C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. HARTFORD, KY, Court convenes first Monday In each month. Mre. W. H. Barnra nnd C. IL Quarterly Court Begins on tho Smith announce that Urey liavo form first .Monday In every month. a partiHT.iMp for bho goneml pracCourt of Calms Convenes first tice ot law, ezctipt criminal nnd dlwr Tuesday In January nnd first Tuescasec?, Mr. Smith bolng County Attor-lio- y day In October. Other County Officers C. S. Mox-lois prevented from pracbtchtg auck Surveyor, rortlsWlle, Ky., II. ccatHS. Mr. Barms will linilvlduaJf F. D. Xo. 2; Tom Hlnes, Assessor, In Office Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shulta, Superln-tenden- t, aoccjt euch practloe. Hartford; Dr. A. U. ltilcy, Hartford Republican building, Hart,-for'$ Coroner, Hartford; T. II. Benton, K" Hoad Engineer, Hartford. tinlla nnrl Vnlfi iuno null UH' l.rt IIIU 11 ct. t Ncwsomo placed tho money In , 1. IIVI'IIUMVUII nnttMlffl M tlfV ..Ul. ..l.l - fl...l-.- . I. FREE Treatment for WEAK LUNGS Otto C. Martin at i Several Under Indictment In Pike County. but did not notice whether Ilentley picked It up. 'I know ho went to the trough," he concluded. or CONSUMPTION r If you mention this paper tve will send you ' PI.KASANT GUOV1J. n battle FRKK. In mull n nnlrlr rt,'f far fain- - that tired, rundown feeling, coughs, pains Mr. Estill White and Feb. Women Votes Brought Only One ily left a few days ago for Indiana- - in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak ,unS9 or consumption. polls, Ind. jtoljar While Men Mrs. O. D. Petty left Monday for OHIO MEDICAL CO. Vow'i? Got Three uiuihiuuh, in., ut:iu diiu tiii .1011. i Three Volumes her brother, Mr. Cicero Moxley. rr i" Messrs; Cirlie Davisson and J. , " ThU lM:tn ciiused the last morew- - Tweddell went to Askln Wedncs I km M Pikevllle, Ky., Fob. S.-- Klne general European war. of v..Bo. day on business. Mr.,jClovis Milam has tho mumps His personal memoirs, written making thirty In lng here PROCURED AND 0ErCN0CD."'"n1o". I Mr. Lee Stone's family have tho by his secretary, Daron I)e deprived of the oil who hnve been Krw luVTfcJ. how to oLula itnita, trade nut J, I Mcneval, arc full of the mot I COMrliliU, cte., IN ALL COUNTRIES. right of suffrage slnco tho hearing of ,nl'mp3,tI T- - Maxwell was called to Smhts! Utrttt vUh Watklngton tarti fiW.I absorliiiiR incidents, especially in M. ". trafficking cases began last the vote nixirr anJrJItn ittfairni, dslde of her brother, Mr. S view of the present great EuroPiKnt and tnfrlngtmtnt Practlci Exclusivity. Tuesday. Owing to tho many contln- Write tr pnm to ul fct Is very low with rant, who pean struggle. of "ready" TTntUl EUIm UUnt OSet, I granted the list 710 njkth Stmt, Mil .. . niieunionia. WA9HHNGTOH. D. C. Jut a hundred jcati ago, hi ambicases was exhausted at z o ciock mis tions bathed the Continent In a tea of Mr. Willie Simmons Is very low was adjourned afternoon, and court blood. France alone, under hi leader with pneumonia. shin, fought Germany, Russia, Austria, until Monday afternon at 1 o'clock .Mr. Leo Shreve Is very III with Italy, and Great lltltain and iio. when the hearing of election bribery cases will be resumed. Dr. W. C. Hedden Is on the sick Among the 700 or more persons In list. PJke county Indicted on the charge Miss Ella Davisson went to Mrs. Ladies! avc Money and Keep iaij of selling their votes are a number W. P. By special arrangement ilh the pubWithers' Saturday, who Is Style by Reading McCall'a lishers of COLLIER'S, The National of women. According to Common- -' very ill Weekly, wc are enabled to offer a limMagazine unci Using McCall Patterns wealth's Attorney Fields they are alMr. R. C. Carter's family, who has ited number of these sets leged to have been bought in a school VtCill', Mri,l.nlll of the Memoirs of Napoleon free the measles, are improving. MSCAILS HAWZiHE lii'e you dies ty - P a car's subscription lo Collier's with In which women were given election and i .. Mr. Newton Anderson, of near As li i iT.iKici.ua .i ruin... I , I'dMiiiiii this paper. Thcetfer is strictly limited a voice under the law enacted dur- -' kln, spent Saturday night with W. J u in toil on tho 1 to get advantage of it you must act lng the 1812 session of tho Kentucky i ict In C. Hedden. promptly. tie lio am) lmis W Lecislature. Women's votes, It Is Mr. I. S. Gather and sister, Viola, . i. sHntmuf.Designs oaid, brought on an average of only Sherlock Holmes Stories i en li .lso were tho guests of Frank Fraze's i us Lie li formation $1 each, they not being held nearly Exclusively in Collier's Lump end per. t ii family Friday night. r isl li atictr Only ns high as the vote of the men. The All the Shftlotk llolmtf (toilet iwblltheJ in Miss Emma Weller returned homo a HIS will be p:lmrd eicltnlrelr In Cclller'i. i v pro ji.-.- r Inrliullnc names of those Indicted are not ben imiiprii. iuu-- ' Saturday. The "Liit minute" ,p ctuiel ol ike Futtrea iii'O Unlay or lend ing given out In advance of trial. Wat Hill rpeif ty tck in the phoioturhie 1 Miss Vandiver, who has been mn.j (ph'-M-l.if Ik o sanuilc copy. lection cl Colliel't. It fell to the lot of the Ilev. W. T. at J. N. Pearl MC1! Pit rm v ri to make In your The font (cilon wiitte n will ippeit each werlc Shreve's, returned home Satown home Romes, colored, a Baptist minister rloitilnpfur in thott ttctr and mill loin. ' urday. vouiiclf uil i Inli'i i t. ,kli lull lei'cilcct Matlc SuIIItii'i Hltotlali and IJelr of this place, to draw the heaviest la stylo ami I.t Tt lcnn hlrliertiian 13 QLoted Commenti on Ccnsieta ill contloae lo be W. H. Davisson, who has tho grip, ccms g tuffiiM ralicrn Cululocuc an excluiive feature. fine of those convicted for WmI Yoa Ca fremiti f.r rcttltii; ff is Improving some. Ce Notice of appeal to the rourf- - nN ''ntlforfrco Special Offer to our Readers I'tifu OfTer. l'rennuui t ui.iKi.-n- nnU ( Appellate Court was filed by his atTHE McCAil CO": W Y. 2.13 lo ? !) ffnl 37 4 St, hVX TOM Yrw own b me paret ird COLLIER'S, The Central City Deposit Bank Closes Its Intorney, but If that body fails to National Weekly. Irtelber with the three vcjarnei I Doors. cl Napcleoa'i Slrmoirt -- illil itete ytv tet for tte terfere the Rev. Romes will have to rrice of Coltier'i alone, plus 0c to coiet tlecoit Greenville, Ky., Feb. 6. The Cen cl plcklnj inj thlrplnt the Memrin. pay $150 or go to jail. Others conQ , or ) Send rour crder to tt.li crfce no. II )cu ate central were Ransom Ratliff, tral uiiy Deposit Bank-victed already a tubicribcr, your iubcr'ptlon w II be ea This tended for one yeat Itora ti pretext date of eipiration. John Qulllen, Irvin Bentley, Dock City, closed Its doors BUCXBEE'S BULBS SUCCEED. COLLIER'S $2.50 f Special ccmblratlfn (Stewart, Winfield Mullins, Grant bank has a capital stock of $40,000 J price. Inclddlne lie SPECIAL OFFER ItnrtlOrU Qulllen, Greely Ray and Ossle Qull- and deposits of more than $90,000. lthree volupe N ii t bvlM JitW IlDftlnMA. X Mdwill xn&k you a E. E. Gregory was president and held Permanent cus trial Reiiublican . . ., tiemoin.p.iiu'dJ len. Several of those failed to make tofnr. hatlcfartionffu&r&nteed orronr moner refunded. n defense and were declared guilty a majority of the stock. It is said Souvenir Collectlon?,?,.'ta! by default. All except Irvin Bent-le- y that negotiations are in progress with ii ,i. !tb. fiflrti fHtSiU Iste. fraUk Jrla. MlUa. TIieThriGB-a-Weedrew lines of $50 each. Bent-.e- y a view of reopening the bank in a Edition k Tmlip, THp. Tulmii -i days, but it is not known howl Follsn 111 trJJUul. riVft. 7 Itrf Pulk BsG.SLm. few M4 Telle. OttMu was fined $100, " Insufficient evidence resulted in they will result SJJkATESh TO PUUffi Of Tiie New York World I Mention thin It is stated that the Gregory fami- M Write the quashing of several Indictments SBND 28 CENT8 UMrWMttKvakirct&CKaA rctv UUTtUiU BllMtU amorjg thepi one against Sam ly, composed of E. E. and his brother, C. E., have turned over all of Practically a Dally at The Price of a Eliiott. It was said that although vkriitift i w, r;pi ' or otn.iMi. iwfNiru iuUmi in their personal property for the pron -n im Weekly. Xo other Xowpnper JPres 'owsome gave Elliott money on tection of the depositors and that liaciiiii . pn'--itui? obio. to (tmimvmiboivwwtiin l BTMn)H uonwa Bdir uivriB f funtr, isI. iui 4u urn MCJBOCXIEEST." one occasion, It was because Elliott in the World Gives so Much they will be paid in full. It Is not U Ul D...LI... was a cripple nnd hoi because he had ii. n. uuiiiwcn bochfoed, at so Low n Price. expected that the stockholders will 4iold his vote to Newsome. The lose materially. Bad collections, to statement was made in court that f on one occasion Elliott refused $100 gether with unsuccessful investments, The year 1914 has been tho most i Hit kmmmm jl are blamed for the failure. for his vote. extraordinary in the history of modH. II. Holeman, of Madisonvllle, y in The jury failed to agree ern times. It has witnessed the outthe case of Kelly Keel, charged with representing the State Banking De having accepted money from Will partment, Is in charge for the presbreak of the great European war, Greer for having voted for the lat- ent. a struggle so titanic that It makes fr her's brother, Franklin Greer, In a BUCKBEC'S SEEDS SUCCEED I all others look small. Farm For Sale. Will Greer tesrace for Magistrate. SPECIALOFFER will You live in momentous times', and About 36 acres 3 miles East of New.nuitnrw. A trUl tified that he had given money to Mdt Villdoar Derauent customer. nuke you you should not miss any of the treHartford on Hartford and Cromwell Keel at the request of I'res fcsiTTntirtjitPrlre Collertlon I.M.11I nillfl.MlUlM. who said Keel was all right. road, 1 Vi miles from pike. Four ' 11 the finest : Tmlp. T iplf ndlrt i o.u... a hen Title. mendous events that are occurring. 10 rineiitt au. Pres Newsome, one of the chief wit- room cottage In good repair. Ever- Ue trrfM'wtnnt naitTOuI'LKAfcK. id ODAnANTCKU No other newspaper will Inform you Mention this Paper. Two Write nesses in the case, said ho nnd his lasting water at residence. with the promptness and cheapness brother, Noah Newsome, were vleing barns, tobacco and stock. Plenty of edition of the jof the Thrlce-a-Wec- k with each other in an effort to land peaches and apples. All hill land, poUtand New York World. Moreover, a ytr's very guua canuiuon. losses-- i i toorr oi pcthrkcklniand ractira thtaralukble eoiiacuoa posinaia. iftiaar an mj tif Keel's vote, Noah Newsome being a mui in subscription to It will take you far mitniciiTe. iiesniimi rea una A'lftni jtuak, worker for Joe Hopkins In the race sion any time. Terms reasonable. ' uu u aooai ui jteai Txiit ot hni, mich. ate. Into our next Presidential campaign. Wa DUCKBRB, . Apply to EOCSTOBD. ILL BAItNETT & SON, . for Magistrate. ' Tho Thrice-A-Wee- k World's reguRepublican Ofllce, "I saw Noah talking to Keel," lar subscription price Is only $1.00 Ky. . 23tf Hartford, Kewsomo said, "and when he walkper year, and this pays for 1GG pa' e-- C ed away I asked him what Noah pers. We offer this nnequalcd news- up four fingers Twenty ItuslieN More Corn Per Aero. ' had said. Keel held paper and and a thumb, indicating that Noah Steward, 111. There may bo hap- TJIK HAKTFOItD IlKPUIIMCAX I asked Keel had offered him $5. pier farmers In Illinois than II. K. together for one year for $1.(1.1. Who he was for and ho said, FrankColfman, of this town, but it is doubt- - j HOTEL Tho regular subscription price of lin Greer. Then ho went In and vot- ful. the two papers is $2.00. ed. I am not sure I told him the Mr. Colfman started in his sea- Greer boys would mako things right son's production with the wise deterwith him, but I havo a hazy recolmination to convince himself just lection to that effect. If I did say .WASHINGTON. what plant food would do for his ns much, It was after he had statTho most economical, cleansing and soil. , ed In to vote for Greer. Later on I germicidal of all antiseptics is Ho plowed his ground in tho met Will Greer and told him to make Spring, harrowed twice and planted ICeel a present." with seed that tested 98 per cent. Of AMERICAN The Rev. Homes' case was the On 20 acres of his poorest land first gone into and lie was ho used fertilizer, applying It through !nacltywbere food liotclt convicted on the charge of having abound, theJPowbaUa beads the A soluble Antiseptic Powder to list-v- . accepted $4 from Don Ramsey for the attachment on his corn drill. On his best land he used none. It U"rrTla"Uj' hurts of iu be dissolved in water as needed. his vote on November, 1913. Ram-iie- y V f guntrjonen. Note the remarkable result. The As a medicinal antiseptic for douches testified that ho made tho deal use of fertilizer entirely reversed tho In treating catarrh, inflammation or Kith the preacher and paid him the normal order of things. ulceration of noso, throat, nnd that Money In a negro barber shop. Ancaused by fomlnlno ills it has no equal. Mr. Colfmau's poor soil the land other witness In tho case was Will from which For ten years tun Lydla E. PInkhani ho was fortunato hereRamsey, who testified that ho not onMedicine Co. has recommont'ed Paxtlno tofore to mako any kind of profits ly bought the Rev. Romes' vote In In tholr private correspondence with 55 bushels per aero, while his ' 190S and 1909, but that ho bought raised women, which proves Its supoiiorlty. best soil yielded hut 35 bushels. Women who havo been cured Gay for $25 his. voto and Influcnro in Mr. Colfman Is happy TTe TowTiatan is refined, exnot over it is "worth its weight la gold." At 1912. Romes promising to voto clusive, and restful. Its excel, profits of his 20 lean acres, but ' druggists. POo. largo box, or by mall. lent location on Pennsylvania members of his congregation as tho Avenue, 18th and II btreets, Tho Paxtoa Toilet Co., Doston, Mass. becaiibo ho realizes what tho use of j Ramsey might tllctnto. Romes, whou tnakia it a desirable lieadquar plant food on his ontlro farm will tcrs for bridal couples, tourist placed on tho stand, sulil ho had ' parties, conventions. Schools and -moan next year. mma-j- x irmnM yearn gefc-CTcolleges. , never sold his volo and assorted that o The Powhatan attracts the given him by Ranwoy was a' the $25 people of culture and education. IMPHOVEI) VKfiMNV l'KVOK. Its proximity to Slate, War and contribution to his church building Navy Departments, also lo man? fund. Tho money, ho swH, vu points of historical intcreit, Tobacco Seed for wile. .Tho varimakis this lwiel capciai!y atturned over to him In hla preMlug tractive to a discriminating public. establishment In th product of sev- ety that lu'ouclit top pritux on Loose The Powhatan otters tooma eral ofTleera ot his church. f.eaf floor. .The tolmoco from theu with deuchad bath at SI So 3ucced wteu everything else fillj. Ramsey lostlriod that In 1908 be Heed umrto on t $1.00 and ub Room wtt pri:ieres.M,UOO. pound. In ncrrms und fenialu vate batb,4 0, $1.00 art up. entered tb kitchen of the minister JfcV per , wtaknesuej they uro the tu,tna Write for booVlet with m , miiii'fl, or 1 ouure fur $!.(). gave ) fin a drink of liquor n . at, UiouHcda) tve taafict teu.c4y, horn, 3. .on bought RoniM ukl TVr. ??!! RY, LI VE AND i'HIATQS ' u : cr.' IM'flBUM,, from a colored he '- YaouBLe I mr .i Ikiii MU'EO,. e44 the? u sQtftolMiSxtW. ' rim ., co'im .. ' e. r o i JJAWhfcfci tO., Kl't w.i;,.' a)tlummmi 7tJ S. I Memoirs of Napoleon Barnes & Attorneys at Smith r,.i mI 31 &!1 to-da- y, j d, ...,.!., ,)' j JUSTICES' C01RT8. Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesdny after Hil Mnntlnv In Jlnreli. Tttpoilrn- - nfl. or 3d Monday In June, Tuesday aft-- . er u .Monuay in acittemuerr Tuesday after ad Monday In December. L. A. McDanle), Uoekport, Friday after 3d Monday in March, Friday after 3d MonWoy in June, Friday after 3d Monday in September. Friday after 3d Monday in December. S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday after 3d Monday in March,, Wednesday after 3d Monday In June, Witlncsday after 3d Moifday In September, Wednesday after 3d Monday In December. H. C. TIclitlior, Centertown, y after 3rd Monday in Sat-urdaeach-mont- ARTHUR D, KIRK Attorney at Law KY. Get these Memoirs Free HARTFORD, ' ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. I1EAVRIN j three-volu- I This office Is equipped for handling Commercial Law and Collcctior Items as well as other legal nnd litigated matters. Practice in all the courts. Prompt and vigorous service. M. L. Hcavrlu's Office. T WAflESTP.lTTO.V 1'ruirivrlt, Ky. OTTOC. MART1 llnrtlnnl, Ky. ; M 1 I 1 vi iviilivii.-riiwiniuH- tln-e- vote-sellin- y. u to-da- y to-da- y. BULBS IW.-- U j F- I Pr y, J Gosunu-oriu- os ir- -t i. to-da- ?l'' SEEDS New-riom- e, 1 to-da- y; l ! J POWMTAM D.C. i SPECIAL TO WOMEN III to-da- y, than any othei ivcyBiono unaptor No. 110, R. A. . v m:lfr1,lnAn................. iv.i. t.-- l 1. fashion Illlnn a .n.aiuiiuir. L.ab ..... act al1a hilLm. .1.. .,1 moots every thlrU Saturday night 'niinnery, jilaln sewlnir.fimy n(cdicwoik,halrdrcsslnL.. in eacu monui. jonn r. Aiooro Iilgli If ellquetle. ewid slorlrt. F ele. Onl En rani. . Priest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. jrear (nrlh dnublc). Including a free psttesn. SUUI1STY OF EQUITY uu.knuo iuujjt, ur aenu lor samjiie cony. ouiiu uiuccra iTCSKieilt, J, II. ic-- , wvaucnrvi. inuuttnitNis .M -" day In November. Bon F. nice, ForUsvlIIo. Tuesday after 2d Monday in March, Thursday after 2d Monday In May, Thursday after 2d Monday in August, Thursday otcr 2d Monday In Noana Tnanraj aiimci MmNi. .t.,k.., t I ail CWUAUlra, cr ltd f u4 W oUaui ftATCNTB I vember. TU1T SSV. a.lrarlatLamlhni.il.l . ...n. .mm Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftwi viKt,rroun.bcip jwu ki rorcvaB, er 2d Monday in March, Friday nfter vrnor naa for fR C C rrvaX on W JMri pracdn. taUbUltr. 2d Monday in May, Friday after 3d SUM- AtsiNO nircrxNC'ts. rorrmouu Monday In August, Friday after 2d lWvok ..n renu4.l fatrnla villa to Monday in November. Ssvanth Btroot, HARTFORD POLICE COURT. aawaninw urn, o. O. C. Martin, Judge; McDoncll A. Fogle, City Attorney; J. p. Stevens. Marshal; Court convenes secortd Monday in each month. City Councll- -J. C. Her. Mayor; R. T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Bean, Treasurer. Members of Council J. C. Ikoi-net- t. Capt. A. D. White. A. E. Pate. J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yclscr, W. II. Gillespie. School Trustees J. D. Duke, ChairThe National Weekly man; R. T. Collins. Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, South Services Until this year morning and evening eveny first and Collui't hsj third Sunday In each month. SunNow day school y;45 a. m. Prayer meetthe price is $2.50 ing every Wednesday evenlug. Rev. andieltacsecurcd B. W. Napier, pastor. a concession hereBaptist Church Services morning by we can olfcr it and ecnlng every second and fourth at a still further Sunday in each month. Sunday school reduction in con0:45 a. m. Prayer mcotlng every Wed nection with this ncsday evening. Rev. A. S. Pettle, publication. , pastor. Christian Church Services every Special Offer to Our Readers third and fourth Sunday at 11 a. in. Kccocmiinc tlic ercai demand fur CeWtr't at and 7 p. in. Sunday school 'J: 30 a. m. the new price, wc have made arranecnienti to Elder Gwlnn, pastor. r.ttcc it ami uur nwn publication each one rar for the rice of Cs'irr'salone. lliis Isaliriitcil SECRET SOCIETIES. oflcr an J nun be taken aj antaee of promptly. Hartford Lodgo No. C75, F. nnd . moots ever) first Monday night What You Get jn Collier's In each month. W. S. Steens, W. Ccllltr't ii the one Lie, IndeprnOcnl, frarleia M.; Ownn Hunter, Secretary. .Nit enh nulhe v. eclti) oi th' whole countM. good citiirn'a iiaudliook Chapter No. 61 O. E. S. hut it Is also a Hartford intestine far the flole family. Anion it the meets every second and fourth Mona 1 ear's subscription eics arcs thine that day evenings, .Mrs. J. H. Williams, ' W. M.; Jas. H. Williams, W. 1000 Editorials . 600 Next Photoa Miss Ellznboth Mlllor, Secretary, 250 Short Arttclrs RoiiRh River Lodgo No. 110 Knight 1BO Short Stories 100 Illu.tr. lad rVaturts of Pythias meets every Tuesday even2 Complete NoaaU ing. Jno. W. Taylor, C. C; W. R. Hedrlck, K. or R. & S. $2.50) Collier's Hartford Tent No. 0, K. O. T. M. Hartford Republican meets every first and Ualrd Thursday nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; E. P. .Moore, RecorU Kooper. Acmo Lodgo No. 339 I. O. O. F. moots every second and fourth Friday nights In each month. C. M. Harnett, Noble Grand; W. R. Hedilck, ouiTuiary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. meets every second ami fnnrii, Sn urfday nights In each month. Tom Williams, Council Co.mnander; W. C. IfrTAII. MTTFVMa Wallace. Clerk. fit, simplicity mk Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M A C'.!?,,ed '"' illle- rtliablllly nearly 40 Stars. feitiy moots every first and third Friday I every city anit tonn In the, United .Sutra and nights Iu each month. Mrs. Attjo Canada, or by null direct. .Mora aold than any other make. Send for tree catalogue, v Cnnininiirlnr. , .,... a,. Griffin.a ...,,.. ,. it ii McCALL'S MAGAZINE E. MJschUe. Lndy Record Keeper. Wore subscr hers after I'd .Monday In March, Tuesday after 2d Monday in May, Tuesday Will practice their profession in, this after 3d Monday in August, and djoinlng counties. Collections, after 2d .Monday In November. Commercial and Criminal Practice a W. S. Dean, Dundee, Prompt and vigorous after the second Monday in Specialty. March, Wednesday after 3d Monday service- Notary in office. in May. Wednesday after 3i Mnmi.iv In August, Wednesday after 2d MonTues-Ua- y Wod-nrbd- Wlnson Smith. Select. Tuesday STRATT0N & MARTIN Attorneys at Law CROMWELL, - KY- - - ..ll -, B nMr.TJiiifirAi t. Collier's CsM First Time in Clubs !; )pZ.J)U b' &M ' IT iil "" """'" -- I j fj 'i3 Ik1! 8(?r acji " J7U St.. NEW V0BU CO. Treas., S. 11, Hobertson, Callioun, Ky.; Orgunlzer, T. H. . SJW.'jtaaygvj'tA'yzjrT Hartford, Ky. Members SUito Executive Doard 8 KfiLILTHBtQOMCiEI Pen WatBon, Webster comity; j, '. and GUR& yhs JLUDiGS Dunn, Havlgss county; Hdnry Pirtlo, Ohio county; IJ. I. Ray, Ilnrdln conn-tC. G. Uavenpoitt, Warrin county. i vfiTu Lilta rs7S(s'rf Ohio County Officer S. I.. Stov-en- s, Win Henry Pirtle, President; S. B. Dennott, Trenauror, SccroUtry &:,S & ..ili: i TOE McCAU ca,.!,Tdd"Wo 2:j Id 243 Y. .r.'anw-wtf.- Bal-ninl- n, y; Sec-reta- rr !&mi& COUNTY HOARD Of UDUCATION. Obiia Shulia, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. O. I Turry. Hartfprd. iCy. 2. T. J. Urooiu, FonU1ll, Ky. 3. Ira Ik?turth, OtU)u. Ky, 4. H. O, Autry, J, I.l'im.h, Kv 5. B. u. Austin, Prntiss. 6. J. L. Drown, Rockpoit, Ky, 1 ir ' - fci jtr - I f ' - '- - "'' '""" (lit. wa? lew DisGovsn FBRC8EgH8k VAUtv ni,.m y al"ii van UAV. wf f . 7- - ?!- -. FRENCH AIRMAN IS Children Cry for Fletcher' .PUZZLING Engages In MYSTERY Exploits Daring Secret. but Keeps Identity -- tain of tho censorship which hides the battlefields of Europe there occasionally comes some fragment of romance, bo mo broken recital of Homeric deeds, which lights up for the moment tho somber record of terrifying casualties In this war of mechanics, snys tho New York Herald. Such a talc was brought In a letCostoria In a harmless Rnbstltuto for Castor 011. Paro-ITurl- c, ter from rt French aviator to his sismill Snotlilnir Hyruiis. It is plcnsunt. 16 roM ter In New York, In which he tells contains neither Opium, Mnrhluo t,(lor ron(Q of an attack from monoplanes on n Mibstiiiico. Its njro is its guarantee. It destroys AVorms " mid allays loveriohncss. German supply train. The attack, more titan thirty vcars it lias heen In constant use for the relief of Constipation., made at twilight, was led by "X" 1 lulu eney, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles ami Franco's man jd' the nlr, whoso Iden . Dlarr lo-aIt rcgiiliitfls tho Stomach and Howls, tity. Is n mystery but exploits nre M r,s,"i !1 ih. ?V"M Mnts "'nllliy mid natural bleep! trench nnd campflre talk. Day after Tlio Children's Pnimccu 'Jl'lio Mother's l'rlcud. day iu his great, swllt monoplane, In the rich northwest section, where whlcli ho cares for ns men care for tliotr dearest things, he cruises dwell the rich tax dodgers from tins through the itir, defying German States, the assessment .of real proper- 1 Bears the Signature marksmen, atttomobilo guns and the ty was ridiculously low. In the other wnd poorer sections the assessment elements. hs oppressively high, For Instance Through his daring he has become i certain estate, containing some thir- the most famous scout of the French :y acres, was assessed at a sum that u aviation corps, to whom is intrusted would not pay half the cost of n the most dimcult and dangerous of 'ence-that enclosed It, whereas in reconuoissauce missions. This Is tl.e northwest, where poor folk live, the story of one of his exploits told the assessment of real estate was by a brother aviator: pretty nearly the par value of the "A bitter wind lashes tho clouds property. In Years until they arc like drunken things Anacosta, a suburb, had holes in THt CCWTOUW COMEAMT. TT MUABAT 1 TBI IT. HtW TOAK CITY. in their twistings. A somber veil densely populated streets that would of darkness that chokes the light slowly adds to the grim hostility of hide a salt barrel. A certain millionaire bought a woods in the norththe heavens. west, and a sycophantic district com"One by one from the four points turmoil, now mission built streets through it all of this grumbling vncaut lots that Fifth avenue would clutched by night, the aviators arc not have been ashamed of, as rank a comiiif. hack to their resting place. piece of high-tone- d graft as your From a point on the horizon marked by pillows of clouds that seem to mind ever contemplated., All the rights were for the rich. All tho welsh downward until thoj touch tho No Money duties were Imposed on the poor. in Ailvmico earth afar off they come iu n long, Ilead the correspondence between the SntiNtuc shhering lino. (jiinr-- a lion editor of the organ of the Washing"High above the sullen wind.whlch u too l ! gKaSw sff-nito snarl and bite at them, ton Gas Light Company and Ben LowritiSct' predecessor as chairman of I ory F it o ..oun Is the song of their motors; Johnson's 9 Vila l'ricnN piercing, raucous, defiant. They are the District Committee. ..v nbo.o the liiiuRars now. The en- "' TcrniH A "Nobody will ever write such a letSfiA i mj of gines aro shut off. Silently, like ter ns that to Ben Johnson. When to monstrous birds whose wings ftre S li 0 o taut, they descend, swinging and he. b. came a member of the District From Fnc rv.-si3?- p a ta;ick I f zvkm dipping In over decreasing circles. Committee. Johnson &ct about a btudy S (or fCTtoe,r A'veryaT.le'ai.-'As the monoplanes skid along the of dtrrlctK.frairs: yer nufioroughly honest map, a busrough, frozen oarth the aviators und l!3 YOUR the passengers fall to the ground, iness man aiul it man of affairs, Ben GWfl HOME cajoled by the where they He exhausted, burning Johnson refused to be il In yuur He villi pMi ji.u a beautiful Starck Piano f..r .i das . fr c No caIi pigment required. All v ult is that jou v. ill pla upon, use with n lnnpiinr nf t.vbnliRtlnti .mm i pundits In the pay of the grafters, If, tit tlio end f j dux till I'nil tlie mill they soon discovered to the pub- i"ttirade, lnno fur 30toned and nret plutin In tlim time, jou il v..ut Imvo Itever which they feel they will never i rvery waj, lli.it HWittiHt lie that he could not bo intimidated ' i .1 the money, youaro at pelted liber to eud it back, and u will. Ill thut cover. To move. It seems, Is to die. pa tho fr. iqlit both ways. This Starck I'lar.o must make good with you, by them. iivrc Ix no sale. A numbness that is cold and that Is And then they began a warfare on Easy Payments Save $150.00 or Mora utter weariness encompasses them. him. The Board of Trade sought to We nhl dlmt to yon from cmr faetiry, it Tou p7 no cili dvii, Imt after 39 iliyt Yet they know.as I know, lying there, of triiL vul cjn bc.n pa)iuent on the low of (1S0..0 in Ilia ii. i Hut fje youjip.vj.-imorning at break of rebuke him. Tho press heaped abuse that t ol iir j.lano. We (rairnntf to (uniUh ternn e. T aicfeoleil L) a pian eit, Theso tcnui. arc arrjin.e.1 manufiiiurer. i a tiettrr piano for the money thin jou can day, we will begin again this mon- ou'lilm. He was denounced in all re clwwh.re. Yon arc uwiircai of .our c in . .'iili uce, and It H '0.M.Ic for ways, and for what?. He sorts y a piano for jin'r home, without to .ttifactory sweet toned durable ld;ti cr.idi strous business of war; that we will saw of jii e i'i in .n.y, , that the town was run for a corscurry forth into the angry skies aiarcK pretty eff again, seeking men we may kill or to rupt class. He has done It Piaysr-FiiRS- S -- Hand Bargains fectively. 2nd Errrr Bunk Piano U i whom we may direct others that Starck art W hare con tanlli n tunl ciitnntml for 25 ran. and no't liutl. he they may kill them, 1U. h back .t ltbtlw uyl t?iiruit fill i'hyer 'lai vn th; t !arn not of It our 35 yran of piano and teconJ hand .il.no. of all markrt. You will he "Hark a faint buzzing reaches yetTho assessment of real estate, long dt.nd-r- il maVci taken in an the repu Ilincc, with the many as honest It should be by n tatlon of an chl ehan; for new Starck our ears. All raise t'lfelr heads. Is feature, of theaa i . The f.llow-In- ? shot, is much less wonderful in.trumenla, and rnmble plauo hwe. It a German In his tnube? 'There was. Johnson got dishonest than it ore a frv nrrple btrateu with tlia will he plci-o- il to looking Into tho 50 Freo Musio .ery low price, ut which he is! There he Is!' The cries $110.00 Wcbcr they can he accunj. "organic act" of 1S78 and discover ssons 92.00 Steinway come from all. Darting from the Piano Bool; Free town was to bo govern90.03 Chickering To niry purthiter of confused mass of gray clouds which ed that this S id tod-for our new fitarck l'lium, we gie tree 93 00 Kimball ed by a commission of "resident," beautifully llluat rated piano leavin-- . In one of us, there comes inline n brood beyond 195.00 Starck the beat Mioun aihjola In expenses was paid .ici you a lxk Wiilcli of Informa, trim, sleek monoplane. Iu a moment but that half the C Iilcap). larRO amot.nt The ioMona you SenJ for our latest complete lion regardin; pianos. Thi ran ukp In your own liome, light wo recognize It. So out of the national treasury, and he Hat. aeconJ land bargain of clear book by mall. Thla reprcarntt will , Intereit and assailed that condition, and then tho pleaie you. Write today. oncjcar'a free Instruction. neat It Is and so clean even at that floodgates of wrath were opened. Ho 1313 Starck Illdi... CniCAGO V. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. wo know it. Little by distance that little this monoplane, which flies so paid small heed to the villlflcation of daringly, so surely, comes down. It the local press and the denunciation He wjnt of "business association." ' Is X. way. "Wo all greet him with pleasure his He went ahead. Twice or thrico and admtrutlon, for'X we love for his DAILY BETWEEN! daring, his sangfroid. Every day he he has passed through the House, ot i t&wisisfc unt-- k roams through tho air, careless of which he Is a member, a repeal ot tho . plan of the organic the German taubes. He lives on, act. The Senate Is the last ditch of high and comes down only to tell privilege and so far that body has what he has seen. MHiiVBKlWrWlVVJ'D " v jr- defeated him, but It will not be for "Quickly ho tells us that he has Hfflff ' J .T'C? . .". - Invisible government .. en mo come down for a purpose. An im- long. out of Its hole In this town the other portant German convoy of munitions day when the President sent to the and supplies Is to pass along a rail. ..crvHAf c:::? ":.:-.Mr. SIddons road fifty kilometers to the north- Senate the nomination of Ll t (I In...!..,, r" .. l.l..il.. Ulcr.au er I r .'I"" ufumntudjlllil 15W p."- east. The languor which oppressed for one ot tho local Judgeships. . "" ia out Urjir ..1 'y " "J' ten. t.cr-iput its hands visible government il.J.ler.ofUi-Motl- J. us flies like magic. With a word wo yet know not M..ninc.ntSt..m.r."SEEAND3.""Cj?4n:-lo"J"C-'yfaro up testing our motors, calling forth with result I as BUk'i-ALMay i.ttDje.lit or. I thitik It will triumph, but inDaily -C- LEVELAND and telefor petrol. Tho commander Is ever a fool in the end. It phones the general. One by one the justice rii- -) Sunilwd will not succeed except for the moaviators rise Into tho air. One by one they fall into line behind the ment. ... rr niu.u.11 iHu.t RMiwi.f.o ".... e ..... a.. . Cleraland, O. chief ot tho squadron. Ahead of us THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Ben Johnson hates a meanness. all Is X (lying high, gayly leading us on our way, At a high altitude and His soul takes on Are when it Is to him that wealth shirks Its a fast speed we went on our way, duty and Imposes It on poverty. It our eyes fixed on our leader. would be very difficult for me at this OVtR 68 YEARS' moment to name any other man iu Bockbec'a "Full of Life" Northern GreM EXPERIENCE fVdl.teed Seeda have a reputation of jSycaraafl either House of Congress who would them, it peyai tucccuful aeed growing bcblud not have succumbed to the warfare tlaut the beatT FOR FLETCHER'S that has been waged against Ben BBAN8 . Harlleat Red Valentine . J5?Duabel Johnson. Early Kerujree-Ex- tra a . $..70 But Ben Johnson baa the ear of the Ilea Jokn.oa. Wardwelll Imp, Kldnty Wax . House and he will get the attention Tiuoe Marks imvis new wip.- - Wax (Savoyard In L'ouyllle Post.) CunU'a Rust (Tool DEIiaNS. Washington, Jan. 3, I wish I had of the Senate, and even thnt body PBAH C. .1 $0 Bushel Extra Early Alaska . . mar A iiTOn. aendlni at ...tch and deacrlptlon Bushel tho industry to "cram" for a letter. will barken to a plain provision of 15 jo New Early Gradus . . . qufcUj aaec.rt.ilu our oiilnlon free whether au Bushel . j j jo j; CWabUk .Conirouiilca. Itiremlon ia Iiorsioru a oiai-- n u-- o. f Some mouths ago I saw Ben Johnsqn, justice, which is that all property tn VruonaatrlcUy eonUdoi'lfaT. HAllM&M on I'atuita Rnrlihee'a Ll.hlnluir Exurtas km Bushel paunta. Aaeut free. Oldeat tor and a full line at of Kentucky, and ho told mo a heap the District of Columbia shall be asLettuce. ItaaVih Tomato l'ateols taken tfarouah Munn A Co. (ocel. a rpeetoi uotlct, without eore. la lb hitST. fUntiaiid Bulbs at loweat grpwlnf prlcea. of things about tho District ot Col- sessed at its fair value for taxation, Send for complete catalorue ot submit a llat m your tequlreaients and will quote pneea. I think Ben Johnson is a fixture In umbia, a part ot political and geoBuy direct from the grower Sva Money. graphical America In whfch all our Congress and I am sure that the next h handaoraelr ltotrat4 WMklr. L,r"t.r Write today, Mention thla paper- culaiiTou o( any eci.ii.Mlo; journal, Tarnia, .- people have more or lew interest, generation ot the District of Colum. -- yean . our montri, H, W4-a- a n.wtdealerj. H patriotically and pecuniarily. Mr. bla will eall his name blessed. awlkMMtW.. HWMNN Tt. Vnn i,u Trl.1for "oyer ' iu ujo -n If Aiwuys uongnt, ntui 30 yenrs, has fcorno tlio BlJnaUiro of B'Irvl8lou Hlnco its infamy, Allow no In iii All Counterfeit,,, Imitations nnd Jiit"asoou aro but . . Now York Feb, 7. Past the cur- C&yrftfajfa, Bal What is CASTORIA i,r r Johnson loaded mo down with documents which I Intended to read nnd try to digest. They pro on my desk now unread, but I reckon I know cnougli of what thsy contain to write a rcasonablo Intelligent paper about them, so here goes. This hero town thinks It has exhausted culology when It says of a member or Senator, "He Is a friend of tho district." To be a friend of tho district It was necessary to fetch and carry for certain rich men of the city of Washington, who composed as greedy a ring as over cursed Cincinnati or other llko towns. For years the national capital has been run In the interest of these gentry. Perhaps In tho ontlro Union thero could not bo found a town whose public service corporations had drank more water. Indeed, the statement is made that a certain street rallrond corporation is capitalized at nearly a million dollars a mile. There never was before anywhere in our land such a saturnalia of high-tone- d corruption as afflicted Washington, D. C the ten years before Ben Johnson got to be chairman of the Committee of tlie House of Representatives, STOMACH TROUBLE FOR FIVE YEARS I Majority of Frieids Thoagkt Mr. He-ghet taking other medicines. decided ft WoHld Die, Bat lake his advice, although I did notftfr 0f Oie Helped Hia to Recovery. any confidence in It. I have now been taking Black-DfiM- for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headadMg since 1 begin using it. Pomeroylon, Ky. writes as follows : In Interesting ad- I am so thankful for what Black-Draug- ht vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes has done for me." Thcdford's Black-Draught has bee trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for de would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. If times, that I Ihought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herb, stomach "I was down with GENUINE CASTORIA treatments, but they contains no dangerous Ingredients, and acts gently, yet surely. 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An Invitation to tho diplomatic corps at Mexico City to come to any city in the control of his forces was formerely extended today by Gen. Villa, through his representative here, Enriquo C. Llorentc, who conferred nt length with Secretary Brynn. No recognition of the Villa Government was ask for, but the diplomats were promised (thnt If they came within the region under its jurisdiction every courtesy and convenience would be shown them. While Secretary lirynn made no comment, it is understood that the invitation will be transmitted informally through the State Department to the Brazilian Minister at Mexico City for consideration of the diplomats generally. There have been reports that owing to friction with Carranza authorities some of the diplomats were considering leaving Mexico City, and Carranza is understood to have Invited them to go to Vera Cruz, his capital. President Wilson told callers today that so far as the Ameri can Embassy was concerned it would not move to Vera Cruz. Advices concerning military activity in Mexico received by the State Department told of the defeat of Carranza forces ai Monterey. Elisio Arredondo, head of the Carranza .agency here, tonight gave out the following telegram from Gen-Cajran- li ;j.ij.fciii CL0SING-0U- T Peruna Saved Me Is Rlvn belnw Mrs. Power. yhoe ndilre her portrait, Is an ardent friend of Peruna. She says:' I am thankful to tell you that my old trouble has neer bothered mo any- since you Any one wishing received my testimonial to know tho facts' in my case. If they wilt write me I will be Bind to answer. Your-, medicine ha9 saved me, and gae me perfeet health. I frequently meet friends that Itnew me vhen I was in poor health. They n'c me what ha made such aItchange In was tho me. I always tell them that r.ervo remedy, l'eruna. I shall praise Peruna as Ions as I lle." - SALE OX fiSK AT BARKERS I, 121. 3Irs. A. T. Powers, n. R. 7, "I write to Ohio, 1 ink you for the wonderful pood jour Perutia Imi done for me. I was a sufferer from kidney nr.d bladder years. Two for twenty-tw- o nrs a&o I bppan to take Peruna. rod I only took about three bottles aid today I can say I am a well person." Catarrh Is liable to affect any of irfvnilon, c: Walnut 1st., Kosele, Kansas, writes "About four years aso I suffered with a severe catarrh of tho bladder . hlch caused continued irritation and pain. I was miserable and could not stand up or walk for any lenRth of time without extreme weariness and pain. I bccsin tnk'ntr Peruna and it trrcatly relieved me and in eleven weeks I was comntetely curoii and felt like a new the Internal organs. This Is especially Those who object to liquid meditrue of the bladder, which Is very cine can now procure Peruna In frequently the seat of catarrh. This Tablet form. is sometimes called cystttl3. stood 10 to 7 in favor of the home team and In the second half each made 11 points. In the excitement the score card was lost and we are unable to "give the line up and goals pitched by each man. Special mention also cannot bo given as every man an both teams fought like trogans. After the game a reception was given for the visitors and the hatchet was burled. At Leitchfleld Friday night the locals lost by the score of 30 to 10. Many excuses, too many to mention licre, was given by the locals for the defeat. The Central City quintet will engage the local team at Bean's Saturday night and another good game is assured. Central City is reported to have one of the best teams in its history and will come with the scalps of Owensboro and other good teams dangling at their belts. Kids leave those whistles and fox horns at home. Organs Catarrh of the Internal Powell. No. ilr. James M. im Commencing To-da- y 1520 W. A. Barker will endeavor to get rid of as much stock as possible befor moving to West Frankfort, 111. Special reductions will be made on a few left over umbrellas. Also, a $12 umbrella cqse in good condition can be had. at a bargain. If any goods which don't fit or were mis-- I fc PRESIDENT'S VETO UPHELD BY HOUSE Attempt To Pass Immigration Measure Over Executive Fails. Washington, Feb. 5. An attempt to "pass the Immigration Bill, prescribing a literacy test for the admission of aliens, over President Wilton's veto, failed in the House Thurs- represented in any way are returned before Tuesday Mr. Barker will be glad to give his patrons a square deal. Mr. Barker has a fine stock of goods and some fine bargains are sure to be obtained by taking advantage of this opportunity. I If K Ir" I' "It Is not true that the Stateof Oaxaca has declared Itself independ ent, as since the arrival of the Conday, the affirmative vote lacking-Jus- t stitutionalist army In Mexico City It hve'bf the necessary recognized and continues to recog "593 members present, 261 vowcr to nize this chieftainship. override the 'veto, 136 voted to sus"It is also untrue that conditions tain the President.and two answerin Tampico are bad for Americans; ed "present." they as well as all other foreigners The final test came at the close are receiving the fullest protection. of a day of earnest debate, in which "In this connection I wish it clearparty lines were temporarily oblitly understood once and for all that erated. Majority Leader Underwood this Government Is In no sense anti Vreck on Texas. made a vigorous speech criticising Irvlngton, Ky Feb. 9. Passenger foreign in its tendencies. One of mythe President's reasons for vetoing urging the House to ov- trains Nos. 143 and 144 on the Lou- highest desires Is to treat foreigners the bill and isville. Henderson & St. Louis rail- with careful and considerate justerride executive disapproval. ness. Majority Leader Underwood sup- road, due to meet here at 6:10 s o'clock this evening, collided in the ported the bill, and vigorously A TEXAS WONDER. of reasons railroad yards. Martin Burns, from the President's jspotulcnce with botli Germany and The Texas Wonder cures kidney an Louisville, fireman on No. 144, was for vetoing it. Great Qritain was foreshadowed at an '"For twenty jears," he said. "I seriously and perhaps fatally injur- bladder troubles, dissolves grael Informal discussion by President legislation. ed,, while Phil Lewis, roundhouse cures ditbetes, weak tnd lame backs, JVilson and his advisers of the Gerhave supported this Through my record on this question foreman, was slightly injured. None rheumatism, and all Irregularities ol man naval order and of the use of nly' consistency knows my position, of the passengers was injured, though the kidneys and bladder In both men tho American flag by the British liand it has indicated its approval by considerably shaken up by the shock and nomen. Regulates bladder trou ner Lusitanla. lemming me to Congress. Nearly: of the impact. Traffic was delayed ules in children .If not sold by your of the members of this for several hours by the accident. Irugglst, will send by mall on re Knglnnd. Tho largest military body voted for this legislation four The cause of the collision has not ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle If budget in the history of Great Brit two months' treatment, and" seldom years ago. Tiie constituencies for a been ascertained. falls to perfect a cure. Send for tea ain was introduced by the ParliamenAt the time of the mishap No. 143, majority or this House knew the tary Secretary in the House of Com- position taken on this question by which was eastbound, was standing cimonlals from this and other states 'tmons. The activities of the Official No. 144 was slowing "do wn for Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 OUve Street. St After four still. their representatives. Louts, Mo. Sold by druggists. 30ty .'Press Bureau were also dUcussed. years this issue again comes up, and the station when the crash came.oth-erwis- e The Prime Minister stated that the the casualties probably would of the reprejnore than 'British casualties have reached 104,- sentatives of those constituencies havo been much greater. As It was, No. 144 crashed into 143 with great LATEST WAR NEWS 000. jtgsu favor this legislation." Representative Burnett, of Alaba- force. The pilots of both engines from l Egypt. Official dispatches ma, chairman of the House Immigra- were demolished ant) the cab of Nq. Cairo state that the Turkish army Into splinters. tion Committee and author of tut 144 was smashed Monday. (s in full retreat, eastward from tbe bUl, declared that the fight for re- Neither the engines nor "cars left the Egypt. The ofllclal statement is- Suez Canal. legislation track. immigration says strictive sued by the Turkish War Ofllcc President .Hudson and RoadmaB-tc- r Turkish vanguards drove back tbe would continue. Russia. Russia's unexpected adHensley, of the railroad company, British outposts against the Suez Ca''We lost by a very narrow marwere here and directing the clear- nal, and that battles are proceeding option of offensive 'operations in Pogin," ho said, "and a swing of a few land, from which tho Germans have votes would have passed the bill. ing away of the wreckage. around Ismalla and El Kantara. been withdrawing forces, is the feaThe injured were attended by Dr. The tight will be made again In the ture in the eastern field. From Moremau, the railroad surgeon. neat Congrebs." Italy. Tho Incident between Italy sources It is Insisted that the The vetoed bill passed the House and Turkey growing out of the for- .German just a year ago by a vote of 239 Butler "Possum Hunters" To Be cible seizure by the Turks of the plans for the capture of Warsaw aro being pushed. The Russians Tried in Warren. to 140. Yesterday's vote showed a British consul at Hodelda, Arabia, still continuing their efforts to secure are gain of twenty-tw- o votes for it and a Morgantown, Ky., Feb. S. On the while he was a refugee In the Italian a firmer foothold in the Carpathians. loss of three votes from the opposi- motion of the commonwealth, Cir- consulate, is probably ended, accord' tion strength. Popo Bene cuit Judge McKenzIe Moss granted ing to Paris dispatches. France. The situation is unchang The 261 votes for passing the bill a change of venuo to Warren coun- dict's prayer for peace was read In ed in France and Flanders. ovtr tho veto wero cast as follows: ty in the cubes of a number of per- all the Catholic churches in England Democrats, 166; Itepubllcans, 78; sons Indicted here last week on the and France yesterday. Wednesday. Progressives and Progressive Repub"Possum Hunting" charges. licans, 16; Independent, 1. The cases wljl be called on April 12, Rits.u. With the German aud . Germany. The German commanAgainst the bill the veto was: at Dowllng-'fireen- . ' Russian Emperors as eye witnesses, der at Bruges, Belgium, ordered all Democrats, 101; "Insurgent" DemoFive of tho alleged "possum the armies of Russia and Germany the consulates there to tear down crat, 1; Republicans, U2; Progre hunters," J. A. aud S. J. Gardner, are still contending for the positions their flags and remove the coats of Itepubllcslvts and Progressive Geo. Sweesey and Tom and Will which protect the Polish capital of urms. Tliis was accomplished with ans, 2. Vaughan, were arrested ond brought Warsaw from tho Invaders. Tho violence in some cases, and over tho With tlin f.YPnntfntl nf llnnrntiitnln. i before Judge Moss this morning Russian Emperor has been at Rus- protests of the diplomats their arms .iv.r'i."iu tlve Swager Sherley, who voted Volney Gardner and V. E. Moore, sian headquarters for several days, were taken away. The German Forugaltibt the Immigration Bill, all the two others, learned of the rs and the German report announces eign Secretary, In an Interview, exof the Kentucky delega- - niouts against them, and came In that the German Emperor has join- plained that the war zone declaration voted to override tho President's and entered their appearance ed his Generals and has actually vis- tion wus not a blockade order, but Those who voted for the inea- - , fore the court. Uu to this tlmo thn ited some of tho troops In their only the beginning of sovcre offen sure are: Representative A. W, grand jury has returned sive movements against between trenches. Barkley, A. O. Stanloy, J. C. Cantrlll, eighty and ninety of Germany. indictments W. J. Fields, Ben Johnson, A. B. against tho "Possum France. Tho fighting In the West Hunters," Rouse, R. Y. Thomas, Jr., Harvey some of the most prominent Austria. In the western section of ones Is merely a repetition of that of tho Helm, J. W. Luugley aud Caleb Pow- being Oscar Hunt, Earl Holder, sec- preceding days. TheVe have been the Carpathians successes for the ers. lively artillery duels and a fow Infan- Austrians aro reported in the war ofond and third United States , respectively at Rochester, try attacks, In which both sides claim ficial statement. Busket Hull. Ky.; P. C. Jenkins, D. Gardner, to have gained slight ground. In one of tho most hard fought Den Grubbs, Sydney Bowles and KuhsIm. The Duma opened yesterfights ever seen here tho Hartford Henry Flemmlngs. The grand Jury EajcIaBtl. The British Foreign Of- day for a short session. Optimistic basket ball team defeated Leitchfleld is still in session, and many other fice defends tbe use of a neutral flag addresses were delivered by various at Beau's rink Saturday night by indictments and arrests are expect- by a belligerent steamer for the pur- members, and success for the Rus tbe score of 21 to 18. It was a beauty ed. pose of avoiding capture and charges sian .cause predicted. The acquisipeople, and for those who like it policy tion of Constantinople by Russia was Excitement Is very high here. that, tbe German naval served rough it was a dream. All amounts to open piracy on tho high forecast in tbe Premier's speech. ' SCfjS. over the floor tbe boys fought and Thursday. tbe time was brief when there wasn't FOR FLETCHER'S TiMfeday. . United State. The United States at least oue fellow on the floor. At (be end of the first ball tbe score Valte4 Bute, Diplomatic corre- - sent a note to Great Britain making I Sale Closes Tuesdav. - February 16. series of battles for the possession of the Carpathian passes which will determine whether the Russians will further invade Hungary or be thrown back. The Russian report refers to the bayonet fighting at one point as "without precedent." Berlin expects Important developments in tho Bast. dls-tent- friendly observations on the use by British ships of neutral flags, and at the same tlmo dispatched a commun- Icatlon tOtGcrmuny inquiring what steps would be taken by that Government to verify the Identity of ships flying neutral Hags in recently proclaimed war zones. two-thir- & two-thir- and occupied tho excavations after repulsing a counter-attac- k by the Germans. In the Argonne all sides engaged in artillery firing and bomb throwing. of the American steamship Wllhel- mlna must go through a prize court. The steamship is at Falmouth, damaged by storms. Tho House of Commons passed without division thopr my estimates for 3,000,000 men ancl Russia. The Austro-Germa- n forprovided the pay of tbe officers and ces and the Russians are fighting a men by a "token" yoto. ' . Prnnfth u.vu, I. vn. amtt . .v,.... lilnn .in luiccociin uit uuui-- uiuce iias announceu ... ... cargo HlAn Am mat the a France. 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