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E.W.Lilliard Bradley's Jtetfrid Hejtttblkmt DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS QF ALL Tl((E PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 32 EVERYTHING OUT OF PLUMB HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1915. the Carranza forces at Santa Ana Ocoatlan, between Zapotlan and a west coast port.. It was stated that 200 or the Carranza forces had been killed. Gen. Villa himself was reported today as located at Zncoalco, in Jalisco State. Famous Wilier of II) mil I Dead. Bridgeport, Conn., February 12. Fanny J. Crosby, the famous blind died at her home writer In this city early this morning or the InflrmltleK or old age. She was 91 years old and had heqn blind since she was a little grl. She was born In Southeast Putnam County, N. V,, the daughter or John and Mercy Crosby. She Is survived by one sister and several nieces in thls-cityMan-zanlll- o, . i mmKfrMJmmL. mmmEv JmmBSfc . "'lmmmmmmt S' f sldor good, how Is Tariff Protection to be withdrawn from him without making a new Tariff schedule which would be unjust to his competitors with whom no fault can be found? j The man Walsh is a preposterous and pretentious humbug, and his recommendations are unworthy of attention from rational men. Roches- tor (X. Y.) I Post-Expres- 3. Extra Session of Congress Disappoints Country. Complete Failure of Tariff Calls for Secretary Suicides. Gained Wida Notice By Deserting Beckham in Senatorial HBfiUE iiltit'iv!lB f$ ? X. wSmmmm I Contest. J . Danville, Ky.. Feb. 17. Col. E. W. Ltlllard former representative In the legislature from Boyle county. Jjinwlttcd Htilclde this afternoon by shooting hlnixclf. As a member of the legislature he Knlntd wide notice with three other Democrats who deserted Gov. J. C. W. Beckham, the Democratic nominee for United States senator, and voted for the late W. O. Hradley, who was elected. He left nothing to indicate whut actuated hint In his tragic act. After Senator Hradley took his .sent la. Lllllnrd was appointed his private secretary and served In that capacity until Souator Brudley's deatij, some months ago. His rcsldcncb In this city had been rented and Col. Lllllnrd and his family had been living with his brother-in-laProf. Rupley, at Burgln, since their return- from Washington. They had reserved tho attic In their residence and Col. Ltlllard took his life in the attic. found LUllard An Investigation Hoated upon the bed with his spectacles In one hand and a revolver In the oilier and a bullet hole In his head. No one In tho large house had heard the shot. Tho deed must have been committed as soon as he entered the room, as ho had on his and nothlnc ...had. been, overcoat moved so fur as could bo detected. .Coroner Zimmerman Immediately (ok barge or the body and held the Inquest, tho verdict being that Col. Millard had taken his own life by shooting hlnihelf. Prior to his election to the leglbla-VV- e. Ltlllard was a leader In local lmojrutlc politics and had served everal years as a colonel In the Kcntacky militia. After he bolted his party and voted aglnst Beckham, for Bradley, many of his old associates deserted him and since his return to Danville It had been observed that he was very despondent at times, although It was not thought that he would tako his life. Col. LUllard was a native of and Anderson county, was prominently connected In central Kentucky. Prior to locating in Dan--vllabout twenty years ago, he was engaged In the drug business in Lanle mmmm-- " caster. His wife was at the home of Prof. Rupley, In Burgln, when. the tragedy occured. She was notified by telephone and came to Danville at once. "Tho body was removed to the homo Dr. J. B. Stout, of his brother-in-laon Lexington avenue. Col. LUllard Is survived by his wife and three children, Stout of Orlando, Fla.; Mrs. John French of Atlanta, ,Ca., and Mrs. George Harrlbon Cruddock of Washington City. He was about fifty-fiv- e years old. f Sfclte-Wld- e Primary Law Heuteii In Indiana Senate. Ind., Feb. 17. A Indlannpolts, State-wid-e direct primary law for Indiana was defeated In tho State Senate this afternoon by a vote of 23 to 21. Such a law was promised In the lust Democratic platform and indorsed by United States Sena,.-tors Kern and Shlvely, of Indiana. Both President Wilson and Secretary of State Bryan In their recent speeches In Indianapolis urged that the Legislature enact such a law. Twenty-two Democrats and one Republican opposed tho bill, while fourteen -- Democrats, six Republicans and one Progressive supported It. ObreKon leaves Mexican Capital. El' Paso, Feb. 17, den. Obregon, the Carranza commander, has evacuated Mexico City, according to advices received tonight In Juarez from It was said that the tho South. Aroops of Oeu. Zapata bad occupied tho capital. Advices received by officials In Juarez stated that the troops under Cen. Villa had scored a victory over LIl-rjfr- d, The "blind writer of hymns" was revered and loved throughout the country. Blind almost from birth, mWL mmmmjLmtB Miss Crosby spent her life in doing good works for others, and even when she had passed the 90th mile.mmmmmmmmml stone of her life was still tolling and working. For the past fifteen years she had lived in Bridgeport. Miss Crosby snld, while celebrating her S8th birthday, that she had written more than 0,000 poems and hymns. Her death was not unexpected, as her health had been falling for some time. Shortly before the end she became unconscious and remained in that state until death. At her bedJOHN II. THOMAS, side were her niece, Mrs. Henry D. Boone, and other members of the Candidate for the Republican Nomination for State Senator- - --7th District. family with whom she had lor.? made I .THE SENATORIAL RACK. . her home. In this Senatorial District, composed of Butler, Muhlcnburg, and Ohio In spite or feeble- health, especiala rule In force and we think It a good one by ly within the last few months, Miss counties, there Crosby continued writing hymns up which the three counties should alternate. For Instance, twelve years ago Ohio county was given the Senatorship, when Senator Bennett was given to a short time, before her death. the nomination and elected; eight years ago Senator Wright from Muhlen-bur- g county was nominated and elected; four years ago Senator Holman, of Butler county, was nominated and elected. It is. now Ohio county's time CHARGED WITH SETTING again to furnish the Senator, and we belleye that In good faith, as well as to good judgment, Butler and Muhlcnburg should FIRE TO COUNTY BRIDGE acting in with Ohio county and assist In nominating her stand shoulder for choice again shoulder that Important position, and the next time .we shall insist, on Butler and Ohio counties standing by Muhlenburg in her choice, and in the next race to'stand by Butler county in Ohio James Bewlejr Arrested In Con- we' will expect Muhlenburg Itand right, counties good Republicans should not is and all her choice. This is fair; only join In the time honored rule, but should join In It most heartily. Few nection With Bowling While this Dismen realize the Importance of the office of State Senator. Green Outrage. trict has been fortunate in its selection of good men in Senators Bennett, Wright and Holman, It should keep up that record and, if possible, improve on It. It is an actual fact that men nre often sent to the Kentucky LegBowling Green, Ky.. Feb. 1C. islature that are a disgrace to the District they "misrepresent" and It County Judge Henry H. Denhardt, would bo better for the District and the State it their places were left valate this evening, swore out n war- cant, and relieve the District of the humiliation or having nn ass In the rant before City Judge Samuel D. Legislature from that particular district. HInes aglnst James Bewley, 21, years You send a man to the Legislature that hasn't sense enough to lead,, and old, a blacksmith, on a charge of has the "big head" too bad to bo lead, and you are in one awful fix. betting Are to the foot bridge over It is frequently the case that where a man is defeated for Constable, and Barren River, on Lower College in order to keep him in a good humor, you nominate him for the Legislastreet, on Friday morning, which was ture, and such a man generally goes to Frankfort and makes an ass of himdestroyed. In default of J 1.000 bond self by thinking he is a statesman, when in fact he is a thing of beauty Bewley was placed In the county jail and a joy forever for the lobyists. They get around him and tell him how by Chief of Police Klkendall and smart he Is, and what a wonderful influence he exerts over his branch of the County A Legislature, he is invited out to a six o'clock dinner a few times, and he is Patorltnan Meredith. threatening letter was found on a given a few good cigars, a beautiful rose, a carnation is placed In the buttelephone pole near the bridge which ton hole of his coat, and he is taken out for a few automobile drives, and was burned in which it was stated by that time the poor little fellow is gone, they have him, and he did not that Judge Denhardt would be mur- have sense enough to know where they loaded him on; his District swears dered. Bewley's examining trial on by all tho Gods that reign that it will never do sO again. All of them say, aftthis charge is set for "Who would have thought it," but he has been bought and it didn't cost five ernoon. dollars, but he Is bought just the same. The poor fellow was honest to beBewley was also held to the April gin with, but he did not have sense enough to realize that he'was a fool. grand jury this afternoon in City We have a chance to nominate a man In keeping with our past record, a Court on a charge of carrying a man that can take care of himself, a man far above the average In intellideadly weapon concealed. Judge gence. While never having served in either branch of the Legislature, a decision in the sin that cannot be charged against him at this time, yet he Is ripe in exHInes reserved-hi- s case aglnst him charged with shoot-lu- g perience. within the city limits. Ho has been up against tho world, having held many posts of honor as At the meeting of the City Council well as responsibility, and he has always acquitted himself with honor and last night a motion was carried that distinction. We have reference to Hon. John H. Thomas, or Ohio county. Mayor Alex Y. Patterson bo empowThere are not enough of flowers, cigars, dinners, automobile rides, nor ered to act with the county officials money In Frankfort to buy him, and we will guarantee that he will have In employing competent outsldo help sense enough to see the lobyists and take him in, before he is taken in. to ferret out, If possible, the persons Mr. Thomas will be an honor to the District; he can aetect tho difference responsible for the' burning of the between good and bad legislation, and has Intelligence enough to impart College-strebridge over Barren that Intelligence to others. He is a true Republican and will at all times River. A committee was appoluted be found working ror the best Interest of the State, and wo hope Butler to meet with the Fiscal Court and county will stand by him as Ohio county stood by Senator Holman. give what aid they can In the reWe are Informed that the leading Republicans of Ohio county aro for Mr. building of the bridge. Thomas almost to a man. Editorial In Green River Republican. KsSKmm 'immmi ' Kr mmmmf mKL Deadlock Broken in IlllnoW. Springfield, 111., Feb. 16. David E. Shnnahnn, of Chicago a Republi can "wet," was elected Speaker of the lower house of tho Legislature his selection ending a dead lock that has lasted since January 6. Thirty-on- e Republicans and forty-nin- e Democrats combined to elect him. The election of Shanahan was the culmination of the most spectacular and deadlock in the history of the Illinois Legislature. The "wet" and "dry" issue has been foremost in the differences which prevented the Republican majority from settling the speakership question among themselves. As the deadlock continued feeling among the members grew until weeks ago It to-daut Extra Session ourth of the Sixty-f- Congress. 'xm has-been mmmmr mm mmmmW mml MmmmmmmmsMM mm mmmmmmmiiBEiiiSm mmmmmmmmWr waB apparent that the speakership within party-lines. could not be settled "" '. '"? iJmmmmLmWB mlKKKtKKKmMim - Notice. The Ohio County Union of the A. S. of E. is called to meet at the court house in Hartford, February 20th, at 10 o'clock. Every one is Invited to attend, especially the poultry and wool growers. S. L. STEVENS, Pres. HENRY M. PIRTLE, Sec'y., fr , '" ; SEVERAL MILES OF MACADAM ROADS To Be Built In - Muhleiburg Ey -- Fiscal Court With" Aid of State. et , Refuses Pardon for Alexander. Frankfort, Ky.. Feb. 17. Gov. One of Wilson's Demagogue Appointees. this afternoon refused a par- -' An act of Congress of August, don to George B. Alexander, the Paris banker, who Is under sentence for 1913, created a Commission on Ina dustrial Relations to inquire iuto In concluding embezzlement. statement in which he reviewed the conditions in the principal industries, whole case, the Governor said: the safety sanitation of employes, "I have the slncerest sympathy for their relations to employers, the adhis family and regret that his conduct justment of disputes, etc. One F. S P. Walsh, of Kansas City, was made has brought such sorrow and to those he loves, and who chairman or the body, with Instrucare beloved by, all who know them, tions to report to Congress not labut I. am compelled to do my duty as ter than August next. He seems to I see It; therefore, I decide not to have made something in the nature grant pardon3 to George Alexander, of a report to an East side audience on the seven Indictments entered In New York City, which he recently against him." addressed, hts recommendations beMiss Kate Alexander called on Gov. ing so puerile and astounding as to McCreary this afternoon and asked attract general attention. He would Investigate all large forfor a respite for her father a short' time before the Governor's decision tunes, would confiscate the great ' ''. benevolent and educational., founda was announced. ry unhap-plneE- Ky., Feb. 17. The Greenville, Muhlenberg Fiscal Court by a unanimous vote Tuesday agreed to appropriate $6,000 for building this year macadam roads on the State aid plan. They stipulate that the money they appropriate shall be used on the roads leading to the county seat, whose citizens shall subscribe to u fund for the same purpose, and they promise to have the first roads bi'ilt on the routes which s'mll furnish the most money by public subscription to that end. Tho object of this ac tion is to get the citizens and tax- -' payers themselves interested in macadam roads.' About $1,500 has already been raised by popular subscription to be applied on a section of road extending from Greenville-tLuzerne, a distance cf tvo mile3. It is expected that by this action. Muhlenberg wlL get the benefit of $12,000, which tho State will be required to put up this year If the remaining $G,000 is raised by popular subscription. Merchants and business men here are subscribing to each of tho seven highways leading out of Greenville, and it Is thought that farmers living on those roads will subscribe liberally and that tho whole of the fund will be subscribed by March 1. The fact that there are soven public roads leading out of Greenville to other count seats creates a situation enjoyed by but few other counties in the Commonwealth. During the last two months tho roads of Muhlenberg have been well nigh Impassable, and yet wlthln'the drags last live days King split-lo- g have been used so effectively that tions, would have labor fix the con- people are rejoicing In the good conditions with which employers must dition of the dirt roads. ' comply and would have the Government withdraw Tariff Protection Found u Wildcat on His Buck Porch. from employers who do not pay good Danville, Ky., Feb. 1C. Last night wages that is, a compensation satn when George McCown, a isfactory to those who are employ- barber, returned to his home he ened. countered a wildcat on his back It would waste tho time and Insult porch, eating a largo steak which ho the Intelligence of average readers to had 'purchased earlier in the evening. wh(ch Thinking the intruder a dog, Mcdiscuss these propositions, are either unjust, unconstitutional, Cown kicked at It, when the varmint Impracticable or open to all threp uttered a terrifying wall and showobjections at once. But is It not ed a disposition to fight. McCown strange that such an economic quack darted into a side door and secured such a draft or daddocky demago- his gun and fired several charges gue should have been chosen to con- at the canine, but It escaped. He duct an Inquiry Into some of tho thinks that the cat probably venturgreatest problems which confront the ed out from the knobs seeking food,, civilization of- our day? Assume that as all the rabbits died early in the one manufacturer out of twenty does winter ot diphtheria and food Is nanot pay wages that his employes con- - turally scarce. well-know- Tho extra session of the presnt Congress was called in fulfillment of a campaign promise. Neither business nor political conditions wero alarming. Although unpopular, the Payne law was yielding ample revenue Tor the support of'the government. Although expenditures wero large, the necessities of the government were of like proportions. But the Democracy had come into complete control on the assertion, which the country at the polls had accepted, that a downward revision of the Tariff would lower the high cost of living, and that at least three hundred millions a year could be Eaved by a revision of the government's expense account. Hence Mr. Wilson's call to Congress to get busy at once to set things right. Congress obeyed, and got busy. But the result showed that, the relief that the Democracy had promised was, not obtainable by the means employed. The high cost of living was pot reduced by the downward revis ion of e Tariff, and could not be saved, because no such amount had been wasted. both business' and political , To-da- y conditons are grave, if not alarming. The European war has thrown everything out of plumb. We. have on the books a Tariff law which had failed of ""ItHprofessed"' purpose before' lne war began, and necessarily, is a most pronounced failure now. It has not lowered tho cost of living, because it could not. It has not heartened business, because business, not only in this country, but everywhere, is out of gear and demoralized. It is not, even with the aid of supplementary taxation raising money enough for the proper public uses. As for the supplies, they should be voted in amounts to meet ascer-- . talned necessities. There is no economy in cheeseparing. No largo sums could be safely cut out of any of the big bills. Pensions must be voted. The army and the navy must be liberally supported, and should just now receive much larger allow-- ances than for years past. In all departments Uncle Sam's establishment needs, and should receive, com' fortable provision. As compared with the situation' ' of two years ago, tho presnt situa-- " tlon in the country Is most disquieting. Where there was one reason for" an extra session ot Congress then there are a dozen for one now. All the Important legislation enacted by this Congress Is based either on the?- -' ories which experience has impaired . or Tariff within a rew years we will have no domestic sugar industry and be paying $200,000,000 a year to roreign sugar growers. Washington Star. ShootiiiK In Muhlenburg. City Ky Central Feb. 16. George Pevler, a single man, was shot and fatally wounded by Georgo Spradley, a married man with wife Spradley. who and six children. lives at Gishton, seven miles west of Central City, was building a lino fence and Pevler told him he was trespassing on his land. To this objected. Spradley The next day Spradley continued the erectton ot tho fence, when Pevler came from his house, 200 yards distant As ho approached the line fence Spradley raised his gun and fired flfty-thre- o shots Into the breast of Pevler. Pevler fell without speaking and was' carried to the home of his' mother, where he resided. Spradley will bo arrested and perhaps taken to jail In another county, as feeling runs high ugtnst him. Progress Since Then. Lady Why you naughty boy, I never heard such language since tho day I was born. Small Boy Yes, mum; I s.poso dere wuz a good deal of cussln do day you "wuz born. Selected. ' z I FREIGHT RATES TO ifittifflrr fa- - ,.... ,.- - ..-,- ., j.- rejjijUiJlg'.M!M In disaster to tho carriers. This fact Is recognized by the Commission, which, in its review of the situation, suit G. 0. P. LEADERS MAKE MERRY j I OEVISED Of Presidents Southern Roads Make Statement. enues of a largo percentage of the lines in tho Southeastern territory would bo so Impaired by such a procedure as to make it Impossible for them to meet their operating expen ses, taxes and fixed charges and leave their stockholders even a mod- stated: "It Is entirely clear that the rev- 300 Attend Lincoln Ban- quet at Louisville. er erate return." It Is equally obvious that It would Speakers Urge Give Reasous For Revision and be unfair to punish the carriers, In Principles Upon Which It conforming to a changed public poliment and Chide cy, for acts which at the time of Is Being Made. commission were approved by public Move- opinion. 5 Hence In working out the order of ! To the people served by the railroads (NOT Sl'NDAY) tho Commission such elevation of f Indicative of the manner camof the South: rates to the depressed points must paign they proposo to wage of An order of the Interstate Comthis fall, accompany reductions to tue much more merce Commission, pursuant to relarger number of Intermediate points whom than 300 Republicans, some of J? left tho party In 1ft 12 but are quirements of Federal law, compels ! will at least preserve the revenues now back In the fold, cheered the revision of Southern freight as ? a icncral of the carriers. speakers at the Lincoln day banquet ratee. It Is proper that the people I ANDThe task of revision is no easy given at the LoulsvllIc-Ol- d of the South should be Informed one. Inn Hotel 0 It has been undertaken In loyi as to the reasons for this revision al effort to conform to the law, as last night while they planned the and the principles upon which It Is now interpreted, and to be fair to all. National Democratic Administration cratic Administration In this Slate B He snld that several nf Kentucky's licing made. for the Departures from the long and leading unemployment In some of the "officials were under indictment and Excepting the Norfolk & Western, cities of the country. They short haul principle In the South Chesapeake & Ohio and Virginia referred with seeming glee to the soup that her treasury was under suspicLimited, Annual Bargain are not confined to Interstate traffic. houses now in operation in Hallways, which lie in Official Clasvarious ion. He paid n splendid tribute to or There are In the South a great many cities and spoke of the present organ- the worth of Abraham Lincoln. sification territory, the railroads Two Months Intrastate rates that do not conform J. Van Norman, until recently n the Southeast receive virtually no to the principle. If undue discrimi ized effort going on in Louisville with & a view to relieving suffering among Bull Mooser. but now allied with part of the five per cent Increase In be avoided, these Inrecently acquiesced In by the nations are t poor. The policies adopted by the the Republican party, told a story of raits trastate rates must be brought Into the One-Ha- lf Interstate Commerce Commission. harmony with the revised interstate present Democratic Administration an old man In Eastern Kentucky who one of the speakers declared, has had refused to be comforted by his grand While the need of the carriers of the adjustment being made under the di- not only South for increased revenue is cer-talthe effect of making the rich son, who reminded him that lie had rection of the Interstate Commerce poorer, no less than Is that of the Northbut the poor poorer as well. successfully weathered other storms. will be Commission. It Is the purpose of ern and Eastern roads, that need Is the railways of the South to take up Present were E. P. Morrow, avow- "It's true that I've lied through only when in no way related to the revision of each Intrastate revision with the sev- ed candidate for the Republican nom- three wars, and several Democratic ination for Governor, and Dr. Ben. administrations," the old man told rates now in progress which arises eral State Railroad Commissions. Courier-Journa- l in solely from the necessity of more L. Bruner, prospective candidate. his grandson, "but darned if I've W. J. HAUAHAN, ever lived through both at the same nearly conforming to the Each was greeted by applause as he & Seaboard Air Line Rail"long and short haul clause" of the President, entered the hall and took hib place time before." way. -' U). now Former Gov. M. II. Thatcher, of law as Amended In 1910, aud as at the speakers table. Dr. Bruner, & HARRISON, FAIRFAX tho Panama Canal Zone, expressed construed by the Interstate ComRailway Co. when asked last night whether he President, Southern merce Commission. had decided definitely to enter the regret over tho fact that the late J. R. KENL.Y, President, race, replied that ho expected to William O. Bradley could not be The original Act to Regulate ComCoast Line Railroad Co. 5 Atlantic merce forbade the making of lower make a formal announcement with- present to participate in the jollfl-catio- n W. A. WINDURN, Pres., COURIERJOURNAL CO.. Louisville. Ky. 0 over the coming return of rates for a longer than for a shorter next few days. Central of Georgia Railway Co. in the the Republican party to power. He 49 Array of SiMMikcr. distance within the same, line or M. H. SMITH, President. Judge George Du Relle. United declared that the party of Lincoln route under substantially the same Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co. The circumstances and conditions. States District Attorney during the is coming back into its own In KenJanuary 25, 1915. carriers were free to meet compeTaft administration was toastmaster, tucky this fall, and expressed the tition as they found It and were reToasts were responded to by Roy Wll- - belief that the spirit of Senator BradI Ohio. City of quired only upon complaint as to the State ofL.uca county. Toledo, t holt whose subject was. "Lincoln ley was hovering above the heads of f Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he St Protective Club Its Object;" E. T. those present at the banquet. reasonableness of their acts. partner of the Arm of F. J. Cheney senior D. C. Edwards, Dr. Bruner, Harry The amendment of 1910 deprived & Co., dolnff business In the City of To- Franks, "The Trend of the Times," aforesaid, and ledo. County and Glovannoli, and former Gov. Wlllson pav the carriers of the right to initiate that said Arm will Statethe sum of ONE W. Marshall Bullitt. "Prosperity and evDOLLARS spoke briefly, and then George' B. departures from the long and short i HUNDRED Catarrh that for each be cured- The Issue;" Edwin P. Morrow. erv cas of cannot as the Introduced they may no, by the use of Hall's catarrh cuhe. M. II. Thatcher."Tho Par- Lockwood was haul requirement, and I have recent v mirrhnswl frnm A r. Vnisnr I. to m.nwKr.n a FRANK J. CHENEY, longer meet competition as thej find subscribed in ty of Lincoln;" D. C. Edwards. "The principle speaker of the evening. He Sworn to before me.-anAgencies for the followinjr Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, thls 6th day ot Member long and short haul require-- ; L. Bruner, began by saying that It was someEmancipator;" Dr. Ben it if the a tv mvktarw Hartford, Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes aa..i ment of the law is involved, un "Lincoln as a Protectionist:" Harry what of an imposition upon himself ' Notary Public. and the others present that a mere f the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. 1 they can first obtain the approv- - ' ITntl's rn(Aili iiA ! tnlran Intavnntlw Glovannoli, lets "The Party and the .. -- p and Tn.nHnn.A jUlliUIVIVV nm- - ' and acts directlv unon the blood Coriil mu These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to Press;" Augustus E. Wilson, "We Hoobier etditor hnd been given the frt " l II1C IHIVIOIUIC rnmmnita j tnim iitfntaci tt ! evtlom tpatlmnnlals. fr hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, mission. Are Coming, Father Abraham," and place of honor on the programme. F. J. CHENEY & CO . Toledo. O. Mr. Lockwood told of the recent They were furthermore required, George B. Lockwood, Lincoln, tho Sold by nil Draughts. 75 Take Hall's Family rill, for ronttlpstlon. Country's Heritage." The latter is visit of President Wilson to Indianby this change in tlie law, to apply to the Commission for authority to editor of a Republican weekly news- apolis, and referred to the Presi Dajs. Entombed Tucnty-fiv- e Republican continue in force rates existing at the Rome, Feb. 8. Few men have paper published at Muncie, Ind., and dent's statement that the time of its pasage which contraven- - lived to tell a stranger tale than was the chief speaker ot tho evening. party had not had a new Idea in ed the long and short haul prlncl- -' U)at of Mlchae, Cairolo, who was ex He was formerly private secretary to thirty years. "After the President had concludilic. tricated from the earthquake ruins Senator Albert Beveridge, or Indiana. existing rate structure of the at Paterno yesterday after having Du Reele, In a brief prelim- ed his address," Mr. Lockwood said, The Judge South is not the creation of traffic been imprisoned inary, said that Just now this country "someone remarked that a lunatic for twenty-fiv- e 0ne deale" of aKent in in nn hour It days without food. managers of this generation. Cairolo is re in undergoing a spell of financial could have more Ideas tkS VW4 J J is an inheritance from those who covering from the effects of his ex stomach ache. In January of this than a philosopher could have In a sen u.vinruae Detachable Rowboat and Canoe roads, and finds its explan- - perences.which he was able to de- - year, he said, there were a thousand life time." Mr. Lockwood also told built the Motors, which are advertised in all reputable more failures than in the corres- an amusing story about an Irishman atloc largely in the geography of scribe today. magazines of the world. This advertising who said that Secretary Bryan out of South, and In a public policy of 1913 and 1914. the When the earthquake occurred," ponding month campaign reaches thousands who have use was "sixteen to one." but that which encouraged its creation. The he said, "I attempted to escape, but "What are we going to do about office for portable and detachable rowboat charjges now in progress are not of found myself blocked within a stable It?" he asked, adding that when bad In office he was nothing to ate." motors, bat who would have no use for launches on who had proceeded him, account of lack of time and no summer homes. Waite the carrier's choice. by the ruins. Beneath the stable a men combine the good must associnte Like those promptly lor particulars aa to how representatives are Water competition, the most im- cellar was being excavated from else they will fall, one by one. "We Mr. Lockwood blamed the National with and protected. Begin operations at portant factor in bringing about de- the rocks. I made my way into this must get together If we would have Democratic Administration for the once so as to abtaln the fall benefit of tho season. present stagnation in the business parture from the long and short excavation and so avoided being prosperity," he concluded. EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY The bfiiiquet last night was given world. haul principle of the law, has been crushed to death. 292 wallcer Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN peculiarly influenced on the rate .inspire? of the Loui"lliC "From the moment I entered the uii'iur the IMPROVED YELLOW PRVOIt. .adjustments of the South, surround- cellar I saw no more light, and I Lincoln Prorttive Club, and Kay ed as it is on three sides by naviga- belioved I had become blind, as my V. ilholt, In explaining the object of Tobacco Seed for sale. .The vnrl-et- y ble water and penetrated by navi mind could not conceive that the the organization, said it was not a gable streams. Termini of tho first ruins covered the cellar so com- political pawn, ar.o that it be : not that brought top prices on Loose & roads were on navigable waters and pletely as to prevent a single ray of been formed in the interest of any Leaf floor. .The tobacco front these rates between these termini were light from penetrating through. For one candidate or set of candidates. Seed made oil 4 acres, 0,200 K)unds. froic the beginning depressed be- a long time I cannot say how long The real purpose of the club, he said, SISc per ounce, or 4 ounces for $1.00. cause of this water competition. my despair Increased until I be- Is to aid the promotion of RepubliAddress When, subsequently, railways were came utmost frenzied. I shouted canism, and he explained that It THIXTON & Rl'SSELIi, extended to the Interior, distributing with all my strength until I fell took the name "protective" because MA CEO, points were thereby created, where Into an apathetic condition, almost protection Is the cardinal principle DAVIESS CO., KV. 27tG thtic arose competition of two or like coma. This saved my life, for, of the Republican party. more markets, or of two or mora had I continued my desperate efE. T. Franks, chairman of the ReA Splendid Chance. carriers, resulting in deperessions forts to free myself, I must have publican State Central Committee, In "Turkey raising Is nn arduous busIn rates, even when there was no died of exhaustion. dealing with this subJect,"The Trerd 1 direct water competition. "By feeling about with my hands of the Times," said It was a pity that iness," said a wholesale poultry deal! er of Baltimore. "Day and night you TlK'se conditions undoubtedly -- ANDin the darkness I found a wet spot the National Democratic Administo the commercial and In- and moistened ray burning lips. tration is not keeping, pace with must look after your birds the samo as you must look after horses. dustrial development of the interior This revived me.and with my hands tho Democratic party. South, and, while they resulted in I dug a hole In which water col"California turkeys arc very fine. Predicts G. (). I. Come-Bacmore freijuunt departures front tho lected, and I was able to drink. "The Administration has only half They are well taken care of. It Is long and short haul principle of tho "Thus I managed to exist how run Its course," he said, "but the no snup to work on a California turlaw, the carriers had every reason long I know not, as I lost count of party has already reached the finish key farm. I toll you. By Mail for One Year, at Special "I was visiting a California turkey to believe that their practice hud the tho days until yesterday I heard line." handwriting farm last month when a boy applied approval of the public, oven when It voices above me. Mr. Franks said the Price of Said one: 'All was not directly the result of pub- are dead., 'Quite was on tho wall, and that tho Re- for a Job. Said another: "Your references are good. I'll try lic demand. so; but let us recover what wo can publican party wll come into its own Now, tho Interstate Commerce of our property.' in Kentcky this fall, and In the na- you" said tho farmer. & "Will I have a chanco to rise, Commission, pursuant to the require"I aroused myself to make a su- tion In 191C, just ns sure as fate. ments of an amended law, has con- premo effort and screamed: He referred to the deficit In tho sir?' the boy asked. 'I am "Ves,' said the farmer, 'a grand cluded an Inquiry into rates from allvo hero In the city Michael Cai- United States treausry, and to tho the Eastern Seaboard, Including tho rolo.' Those above me, I am told, "war" tax levied as a remedial meas- - chance. I'll want you to have tho n Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper delivered at feed mixed by 4 o, clock every mornVirginia Cities, trom South Atlantic thought it was a ghost, but I con- uro. and Gulf Ports, and from Ohio and tinued my cries and convinced them In speaking of the army of the un- ing." Washington Star. your homo each day including your home l River Crossings, into the that a living man was imprisoned In employed In the country, Mr. Franks Southeast and Mississippi Valley ter- the ruins. They came to my res- said there was ono sure remedy, and Stop the Child's Colds They Often paper, at tho price of Ilcsult Seriously. ritory. As a result the Commission cue and In about three hours I wa.3, that lies In the repeal ot tho Under0 Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough has in largo measure condemned ex- free." wood tariff law. 0 isting departures from the long and "Give us In lieu a tariff high are children's ailments which need bhort haul requirement, except where enough to protect our own Industries, Immediate attention. Tho after-effecare often most serious. Don't Justified by competition beyond the ho said, "and our cities of gloom will I take the risk you don't have to. control of tho rail carriers, a phase speedily become cities of Joy." which came to bo restricted to mean Mr. Franks referred to the return Dr. King's New Discovery checks tho For Infanta and Children. direct or indirect water competiof Penrose und Cannon to Congress, Cold, soothes the Cough, allays tho HuKMYMHairi Always BwtM and his reference to "Uncle Joe" Pan-no- n Inflammation, kills tho Germs and altion. Obvioubly, tho removal ot inewas greeted by deafening ap lows Nature to do her healing work. Bears tbs . 3r Buy a bottle 60c at your Druggist. qualities condemned by tho Commis- Blgnatui of plause. 2 sion, by reductions only, would re- In concluding his talk, tar. Franks declared Unit the next governor of Kentucky was In the banquet hall, nnd Immediately all eyes wcro centered on Cdwln P. Morrow and Dr. Ben Bruner, who wcro seated sldo by side at the speaker's tabic. Neither could concenl the feeling of consciousness Unit 4io experienced. WINon nnd "I'rosncrlty." William Marshall Bullitt, the next speaker, said that President Wilson had contended on numerous occasions that this country was on tho cvo of an era of unprecedented prosperity, but that tho people who go to the polls and vote, were beginning d proto doubt the phecy. He snld it was beginning to seem like the President did not know what he was talking about, and as serted that the Chief Executive was not now as 'cock sure' In his speeches as formerly. Edwin P. Morrow, In his address on Lincoln nnd Kentucky, recounted the many natural resources of Kentucky, nnd then spoke desparlngly of conditions under the present Demomuch-reiterate- KftfiAAfiAMftMSftSAASMAftddftftftAflfiftfiAJi 0 $3.00 ONK YEAR $1.75 SIX MONTHS l & COURIER - JOURNAL Daily By Mail 0 l ! & ? ! DURING JANUARY -- FEBRUARY ONLY Period Regular to These Just Regular Price, I ly Subscription orders at this rate accepted sent through regular Agent this district. lci-t- Walker, Hartford, J:V. e999999999999?999999999W999999Z t NEW INSURANCE . . AGENCY I "$' t t i ; E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartford, KyJ -- .. W WA NTTP TTi ( fam&ammmV Ol 5AftAftA5ftiftA5ftAftAiSftAftAft!?' SPECIAL OFFER The Louisville Daily Herald! con-tribot- k. The Hartford Republican $3.00 Mlbt-lssipp- $3.00. ts CASTOR A This Offer Positively Expires on sA r ,jCzTc4u 9 February 28, 1915. to-da- y. $ T Help Kill The penguin or a lerf of mutton, end Edison, Hny, "I'll .Men." In would take It a'vny from him as be Whllo some of the marvelous In American waters, whb the ship that came nut. One da the dog got own) I carried them away. A midway baso with a l"g of mutton, which wes ventions of Thoinns Alva Edison have ANARCTIC THRILLS with a wireless relay station through to damaged that Che pirty voted to been nntillcd to Instruments nf war. ' j which the party could keep In touch give It to the dogs after all. Heading fare, the electrical wlzzard, who is has never turnwith civilization was established at Pinter was in great deininnl Oi.e 08 years old the old falling ship route between of 1'ie party iihii the lineyelepeilia ed his Inventive genius in tho ill- - j Dog Meat Tasted Good Says Australia and Cape Horn, and whose Ilrltannlca through to the O's. rectlon of perfecting methods of kill Upon one occasion Sir Douglas set ing men. "Making killing machines Will help parents develop their sons into Ibiaches are lined with the wrecks Famous Explorer. of many a hhlp. The main base was out with Mr. Mertz and I, lent. Nlnnls Is against my fiber," he recently dethe best type of citizens and Christian established at Cape Dcnnlson, on the on a coast chartering expedition. Aft- clared. "I leave that death-dealin- g ,Annrctlc continent, and u second er going about 200 miles Nlnnls and work to my .friends, the Mnxlm gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scatWind That Rips Tin Flags and bate several hundred miles further his sledge were lost in a great cre- brothers." Mr. Edison believes that tered and conies from the best homes in vasse. Hours of calling brought no the war will probably last two years east. Coal Bpds Indicates Once longer, and that the result will bo by response, and the smashed-to-plece- s Pictures were brought back the South. Its capacity is limited, thereplacet, of a number of birds of pas- sledgo at the bottom told a painful a new map of Europe based on radTropical. fore, reservations should be made early. sage who y,o to the I'olar continent story of his fute. Therealter Mawson ical lines. "The wnr may not mean to nest and whoso eggs have never and Mertz turned around and started the end of kingdoms," said the wlz- Place your son in this select gioup of Washington, February. Telllm; been keen before. The birds and sea back to camp. They ate all the dogs, nrd, "but It will sound the tl.jalh of 1 in os when doe ment und Mio eldphants were absolute strangers one by one, as they died by starva- knell for autocratic government. boys. Write Democracy is spreading In Europe, meat of starved to death dogs at thut, jto fear nnd would Inspect the cam- tion. Finally there was only one dog left und this will do more to bring It tasted bettor than any porterhouse era man with us much Interest an Old Ginger. "Old Ginger was a no- about than anything else could. PerBleak be linil over oaten; picturing 'the cnmira man inspected them. The character of the winds that ble animal." said Sir Douglas, "and sonally, I would rather live In the a region where tin uvernge velocity For catalogue and information. I3ox A. of tho wlni Ih fifty iiiIIch, where blow on the edge of the Anarctlc he was game to the last. Hut when most corrupt of American cities u bunting IhtB gois to shreds In a Continent was graphically shown by ho died of the sheer hunger of the than in one of your orderly German few minutes, a Hag of htoutest can-va- n the fact that men had to lean out un- Anarctlc wilderness of ice and snow, cities, where a man must perform 'Mertz and I bad to cat bis carcass. every act according to a code of laws Ih tbrcHbPil to pieces In an hour, it, at an angle of perhaps forty-flv- o ami a flu k of tin is battered out of degrees, to walk in the ordinary We ate the bony parts first, break- set down and Jealously guarded by nhapu In tli first gale, so that sheet wind, while no camera could record ing every bone so as to get out the armed hands." Mr. Edison believes iron Ih the material that niuhl be anything, but a blank when the bliz- marrow. Hr.w dogs meat may t o; that tho submarine has proven itself sound well at the distance or when the greatest naval Instrument of ofused; describing sea elephants that zard was at Its height. The but, which was the head- one is this far removed from tho fense, but that It has not obviated weigh sometimes ns much as four BllllssssssssmBlllV tons uil measure 25 feel in length, quarters of the party bad one win- ultimate hunger in which i'e stom- the need for the dreadnought, nnd Hlr I'XuclaH Mawson was presented dow, which was the roof. Tho breadth ach seems to attaol: lu vory sell, but he considers It highly probable that before the National Geographic So- of the men and the steam of the there It tapled as good ns anything the ships England Is now building will be protected against submarciety ouo of the most remakable kitchen caused this to become frost- you ever ate. "Finally Mertz began to sicken ine torpedoes. Ho believes that Engdories of polar exploration that has ed over to the thickness of Ij Inches. Men going out to take the records of and to weaken, and in a few tbiyu, land will find the means to protect over come from those regions. .'I'" 2ljrniuafei- In lls account of bis researches the cllmatological instruments had January 17 it was, he died. I almost her big ships against underwater nlous'lie great Anarctlc continent to break the Ice that froze before turned cannibal, so starved out was attacks. "Germany has made the great misdiscovered by Rear Admiral Charles their faces, from one side of their my condition, but with it all I buried Wilkes -- who was the same Admiral hoods to the other, and pictures show him, and then started back on the take of assuming that France and e bike Journey that lay be- Great Britain are decadent nations," Wilkes who figured In the historic Ing how their faces were covered Trent affair, in which be, during with great patches of frost bite, told tween me and safety. Sore of body said Mr. Edison. "The Germans are and sick of mind It was more by a great people commercially and the American civil war, held up the an eloquent story of suffering. FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN Hut the scene was not all somber. crawling than by walking that 1 was Industrially, but they have been rearUritlsb packet Trent, anil removed Governors All Pictures of Kentucky's lb from her. Mason and Slldell Sir The cellar was a natural refrigerator able to get back to 'the camp, only ed in tbe atmosphere of egotism. It cruant From the foundation of tho Suta to Douglas paid tribute to the explorer and consisted simply of tho sime! to sec the Aurora disappearing over Is to bad that everything in the lime Tho only complete collection in exbtenco under the tloor of the hut.. When the horizon. It left provisions for me, country has been subordinated to and bis work. Pictures of all Treldenti of the United States. fromWash- ot an canons in cuiui. 11 us t,jr to Wilson, Mawson and his party undertook tliu pnnb wfittfjwl ! tilnpn fif m,!tt lin however, nnd six men to search for the military caste, and I think the Ps?3 ington Kentucky Mapsliowinc Cotinties.towris.railroads.Lon-crosion-at latest r districts, etc. Latest Kentucky Census, mil and work under the patronage of would send a Jo;; down to get a me. Nothing but providence saved sooner this system is ended the betthe y::nimn completemapoflhoUnitedbtatcs. Fullandcompletemapoltne me from the fate of Mertz and ter for tho German people." world. Inthelltstorlcal Kentucky tietch Is given the political statistics from tbefoundation ot the State tot he present time. Nlnnls." Tho great Edison plants at West It IncluJej: All State Officials. Executive Department. All H Departments' of the State Government with theheadsof each Douglas showed pictures of Orange, New Jersey., were visited by ,V.i Sir Department and the clerical force with their salaries. Various ' U:J9S Kentucky Boards nnd Courts with their jtalt with officers and beds of coal that tell of a time when fire last December, entailing a loss salaries. Political Committees and Organitations of tls tropic summer once reigned in this 'of over 2,000,000, but the wizard kate. f juttlces.Kentucky United States Senators. Kentucky Chief Speakers of the Kentucky .House. Congressional great home of the blizzards, and was not in the least worried, and Senatorial IJiuricls. R.iimnfl fnmtniMtnn-rrii..rit revealing great ice cliffs with declared that nothing had been lost others Counties o! Kentucky, when made and from what Counties. m:tmmmi tho stratified snows of a hundred 'itifit nlllV tint lift I'anlnnail Tlio In- All of the Vital Statistics of Kentucky. winters upon them, each stratum dustrles affected are now practically This unique and valuable Atlas is free far .B-- F standing out as clearly as though It normal, although only two months to all Evening Post subscribers. If not now a subscriber, send $3.00 for a lull were a different stratum of sedimen- have elapsed since the fire. year's subscription, or $2.00 for a six tary rock. months' subscription by mail. Children's Coughs Children's Colds - Meeae aaderstaaa'. Aese retee ere by mell six', eed mot throasti carrier er efoet. Colds and Croup in Children. Both Are Serious. (By Stephen Holies, In Bourbon Stock Officially Tested Out nrm CTFruT rmntrNATiMl OFFER: Many people rely upon Chamber-Iain'- s When one of your little ones show Journal). The official teqU f tble feed have Cough Remedy Implicitly in symptoms of an approaching Cold, - $3.00 ' Ban Efeaiae Pest, oae year Kentucky can utslly be made the been very satisfactory In eery way. 50 at ..tIrr Cewaraere Wall Chart greatest at State in the It has the Mamp of approval of the cases of colds and croup, and It nev- give it Dr. Bell's u..rn,-i- t naniihllrnn. F 1 VI-- - Sl.OOsM . - - .Union. That has been demonnrated best chemists In the agricultural er disappoints them. Mrs. E. H. once. It acts quickly, and prevents .ill 'toy Daviess county fanners. Last year world. .Men from experiment stations Thomas, Logansport, ALL THREE FOR - - - $3.50'. J Ind., writes: the Cold growing worse. Very healabout 10,000 bogs were fattened In who know all about food values of dif- "I have found Chamberlain's Cough ing soothes the Lungs, loosens the (tat county on distillers' slops and ferent grains nnd foods have given It Remedy to be the best medicine for mucous, strengthens the system. It's dried grains. the highest recommendation. So successful were the experiments The richest agricultural States In colds and croup I have ever used, and guaranteed. Only 25c at your' Drugthe Union are those which lend In hog never tire or recommending it to my gist. Buy a bottle that the I... II. & St. I., railroad along their lines for production. Iowa, with its vast field Ducklen's Salve for Arnica the u?e of farmers to utilize this by- of corn; Illinois, Missouri and Indiana neighbors and friends. I have al 2 product of the dlhtlllerks for feeding In the order named, have thousands ways given It to my children when Sores. suffering from croup, and it has never failed to give them prompt relief." Economical "Don'ts." m For sale by all dealers. Don't telephone for groceries unless you specify as to quality and Out of Tho Frying run. , price. David Starr Jordan, at a peace Don't run Into debt for necessar- - Hcan of prominence to announce If you are not familiar with Llppln- meeting .at the Hotel Astor in Newjjca, Cash buying is always the better for the nomination, Senator Bradcott's you are doing yourself and. York, said to a reporter: buying, ley's nephew, Edwin P. Morrow, of the publishers an Injustice. A half the world at war, and tho Don't cook too much merely to Somerset, having given out a statecounsel we are getting is that we fill a garbage can. . KS&2 ment at Lexington about a month must arm more heavily. That coun Don't buy small quantities of sta- ago to tho effect that he would he sel reminds me of the African King. ples. a candidate. . Mamm7Tyf--vmm!Bvv.V T'.r,'SW.Si-aaaaaak- l .jT v 'An African king feasted a white Don't go away with unpaid laun- Dr. Hunter was chairman of the oxployer royally. Then, at the end iflry bills, and give a thought to ex Republican state committee In 1S93, of tho feast, 300 girls were led for press am! long distance) telephone when AV. O. Bradley was elected ward. calls. "Choose a wife from among these -- any little un- governor and later an unsuccessful "The Standard Fiction Magazine Don't remember WST' 300, said the king. of America" pleasant domestic affairs which pos- candidate for tho United States sen"But tho explorer blushed and sibly came within your notice. ate, being defeated by William J. NOW IN ITS 4Cth YEAR stammered. Deboe In a contest. Today he ex p rlrf. winner: at thp Great Farmer's One of the many distillers' slop-feOh, but if I took one then the reFarm For Sale. Barbecue at Daviess county hair urc unds, Owensboro, Ky., May 30, 1914. pressed his confldencec that he would 25 Cents 3. CODV $3.00 B. Year maining 299 would be jealous.' About a G acres 3 miles East of hogs. Special tank cars were also pro- of rich farmers who made their money "That Is easily remedied,' the king Hartford on Hartford and Cromwell be tuc nominee. (The first magazine to originate tha vided for the transportation of both out of hogs. They feed tho raw grain answered. Take Louls road, 1 all." St miles from pike. Four to the porker and Fell him at t,ho idea of publishing a complete, the slops and dried gialns. highest price in tho biggest markets room cott.igo In good repair. Evernovel in each number.) Makes Prize Winners. of the country. They have no such t lasting water at residence. Two At a great barbecue on the Owens-bor- advantages as the Kentucky farmer .Many Disorder Come From the Liver barns, tobacco and stock. Plenty of A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION Fair Grounds last May, attended lias. At our very doors, and at a Are You Just ut Odds peaches and apples. All hill land, ONE STAR by 20,000 farmers and feeders, there much lower cost than corn the Iowa With Yourself?Do You feeds, we have the BRINGS YOU but In very good condition. Posseswere on exhibition M'ores of line bogs and Indiana farmer AS GOOD AS BOTTLED IX Regulate Living;? ' feed that will produce the best pork sion any time. Terms reasonable. (attend on distillers' dried grains and In the world. 12 Great Complete Novels. 75 Short BOND Delivered anywhere in Arc you sometimes at odds with Apply to BARNETT & SON, slops; aud many iatb prizes were C0 CO Timely Articles. Stories. the Middle West or East or Do Opportunity. yourself und with tho world? The Farmer's Republican Office, awarded. Otllclals from the agriculany place In Kentucky for only Striking. Poems. 200 Pages of HuThe greatest single industry in Ken- you wonder what ails you? True 23tf FedHartford, Ky. tural department of the State and Industry you may be eating regularly and is Itb distilleries. mor. eral Government were present and tucky more taxes for the This 4 maintenance sleeping well. Yet something is the puH Nearly Correct. wade addretses on the proper care of tbe State than all other manufacEither in Four Full Quarts Constipation, Headache, aud feeding of bogs and the preven- turing industries combined. Thou- matter! Hoy (in bookstoroO Sister asked Llpplncott's is enjoying a bis reor Gallon Glass Jugs. of distil- sands of tons of slops containing nu- Nervousness and Bilious Spells Indi me to get her Mr. Darn's novel. tion of cholera. Specimens Thousands of vival of popularity. pure and vaOld Quality Is as tritious, elements are cate a Sluggish Liver. The tried j "Great Expectations." lers' dried grains and slops from new readers have been addejd to Its mellow as Whisky can be rious distilleries were also on exhibi- dumped Into tbe waste neap simply be- remedy Is Dr. King's New Life Pills. Clerk Mr. Darn? You mean Dick the post subscription list during not tion and their respective food value cause Kentucky feeders have com- Only 25c at your druggist. made. Distilled from the finest ens. few months, and its circulation Is waked up to their opportunity. A weie explained by experts. selected grain, assuring that paratively small portion of this byBucklen's Arnica Salve for Skin Boy That's it. I knew it was some Increasing rapidly. wonderful aroma found only in e Fattens Quickly. product Is dried and shipped to 2 kind of a swear word. Eruptions. Milwaukee good Whisky that is pure to be used as dairy feed and for One of the greatest advantages In Sentinel. especially suitable for family feeding distillers' dried grain is tbe fattening bogs. Pope Gets Purse of $U 1,000 HOW TO REDUCE THE But wby ship any of these dried or medicinal purposes. fact that nothing Is lost. The distil- grains to Denmark aud Holland when Rome, February 7. Mgr. Kenlers remove only the COST OF GOOD READING Get our complete price list. we can use them here at home up to nedy, rector of the American College portions of the grain, leaving au aver- tbe full capacity of every distillery In In Rome, Special prices made in quany presented to Pope y age of 40 per cent of protein, which the Slate, thereby lncreaslnir the uroN for Send tities. a purse, of $21,000, the is the element required to fatten its of and adding many j Benedict success I hkuh's seeas It has been supposed by muuy millions or dollars annually to the gift of the archibfshop and clergy of stock. & Co. Lippincott's "Little Book of Big P. R. SPECIAL OFFER: people that tho best way to fatten a wealth of the farmora of the state. Philadelphia. Mull Order Department. "u U kH4 K.v.B..Urk A trUlwOP bard corn. Hut corn Bargains" bug is to feed The pope warmly thanked the dociuwiiw. miu fwi wic Cheaper Feed Than Corn. Owensboro, Ky. la tbe natural state yields about 13 l""l Farmers' should sell tbe com tbey nors of the purse and imparted to New Edition Just Published (or the per cent of protein, as much of It P. R. Lancaster & Co., passes through the animal undigested. raise at the high price It usually them the apostlic benediction. 4 Season Owensboro, Ky. Distillers' dried grains therefore pos- brings, and buy, for less money, more Mentha this Paper. Enclosed find Write Gentlemen: fattening and better feed in the form of distillersess about three times tbe "The Rest Laxative I Know Of." SENT FREE UPON REQUEST grains. By doing this tbey , for which send me, exf properties of natural corn. Hy feed- s'-dried "I have sold Chamberlain's Tabgrains with alfalfa, can fatten more bogs at less cost aud ing these dried press prepaid, SEND lO CENTSTalastU qts.;( J. B.LIPPINC0TT COMPANY tfcU n to Mftr pwUff uf lckli fc4 sell them In tbe market for larger lets for several years. People who clover or other green fctuffs, hogs gals. Old Quality 1 Star. m mammm pwiif sT WASHINGTON SQ.ird.l7e2) PHILADELPHIA V iMtrvell.fk Bcaaiiral i by the use oroflts. It Is a slmnlo business nrolio- - have used them will take nothing leobKUOU 4 !' quicker and better than Jil, kbotti Um Act uiiii ! FUau. ttc J Name of corn alone and at very much less sltion that should not be overlooked else. I can recommend them to my m iUi til BwlttM. ,JM J.W. Express Office by tbe farmer. cost. customers as the best laxative and To Prevent Blood Poisoning Postolllce I know of," euro for constipation that apply at once the wonderful old reliable DR. Cut Out and Mall Now. ruKTKK'S ANT1SKITIC HHAU.NC OH..? sur, MAKE KY. THE BIGGEST HOG RAISING STATE Writes Frank Strouse, Frultlund, MAWSON TELLS OF 'sunnier Aurora, formerly plying the Australian Government. crr Vaoderbilt Training School for Boys s ELKTON, KY. 1 g 5 MATHENEY & B5TTS IsM ltsKIa 1HV 100-nill- CHANCE TO MAKE KENTUCKY GREATEST HOG RAISING STATE Distillers' Dried Grains In Daviess County Alone Last Year L 10,000 Hogg Fattened From Slops and m hog-ralsla- g ey -- ""''" vr.... y. 'Iffi l?fM1 I ZkW wjimm &r mm LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE rOv!g&r; ifaHHaiaaBfcMik d ! Globe-Democr- o "Old Quality" $3.00 Per Gallon , t Ku-rop- bog-raisin- g SEEDS To-da- Lancaster 1913-191- to-da- y; fat-te- !) "" & J Ifors j. Iowa. - For sale by all dealers. in tte ical drrtsing Ibat relieves pain aud heals at same time. Not a liulmcst. JSc.SOc. t.0O . -- Xtrr . drnrsss '' mJ - "" " 1 Hertford Republican.'- "orJitK to lw it tk Knurd fltford. Ky., tr moil natur oi PoMomw ,h "cotd 'voted aglnst free tolls and Is against tnc g),p purchase bill. Senator Olllo jft ,fijSJ.tm (o Rood8 w MAY BE CLOSED .aspects arc left In abeyance there ex Ists the disposition to inuko the sea son preceding Easter n time of In regards public missions for the goer natl the higher consecranon-chur- DOWN INDEFINITELY creased evangelical activity, both as J Do You Prefer Easter Tailored-to- - II' '"' ja,c8, ' n I; for (hcp Posts Notice at Central " The best dressers in the town come fit up and take notice that tho firm reCity. Address nil communications to declared a 50 per cent dividend here to have their clothes niiulo ex.i cently. Still they have paid no taxes lje Hartford Republican. to help build roads and maintain prcssly for them a's they want them Greenville, Ky., Feb. 16. On SatNot that schools In Ohio county, SUBSCRIBERS NOTICE TO unlay of last week the management by - anyone knows about. u enbucrttotci ,)M.frliic tt of the mines of the Central Coal & th PrtdiM tntift ptte thf old addr.f In uinMnR Manv counties are bonding them- -' Iron Company, at Central City, post- roquwt . . NotlrpuKVt.orllct'niid&c Hniopl.o-,(trnrder to take advantage of ed notices that on ami after Tebru OPTR FT . because there is individuality about , roa(,g Ln,,t nry oQ ,, f to v mi ta mines at Central City florllelorbdd.tU.nauu-nimthem which the small local tailor does not produce. Saturday, by a vote of more than would be losed down for an Indeft. , and that titer .utnrmlnnil -- i -f mr Frrnri. nn-- , nllp CftBrfu iv tu i hvh iuiiih; in..- - .u...... nnnii nito .ncrlod.resume further S. .,, iiip nf S2SO.000 to build pikes might not at al. J ln ircL oilmttH'tiirttF. v iwr HBf. We save you from 25 to 40 per cent on the cost and reiv- to lhr0U(,h tne ,)10llntains. How long Is president of the company, and his niiomniiiiotioim At,onju.c.u Mention guarantee absolute atisfaetion. will Ohio county remain out of the name was Igncd to the notice. 'I lie 'notice also stated that after Kelirti- 'procession? TEisrnoiTES. lnr 0 tlm rnmn.inv' clnrnu nl Vn. -- . CacQ"eorle.K. Some of our Democratic brethren, tral City would be closed n s a,i that Mr. Glsh on taking hereabout, seem to think It marve-- 1 lous that the Republicans and Bull charge of the company refused to FIUDAY, FEBRUARY 10. They jon, the Western Kentucky Coal Moose should get together. no doubt forgotten that a few orators' Association, on account of A NNOUNCEM KXTS. years ago their party was split and the fact that to do so would require we saw two sets of candidates nom-'iilto agree to arbitrate all dlftor- announce Inated for president and vice presi- - 'ences which might arise between him We are authorized to They got together and the nn,i the miners. The operators' asso JOHN H. THOMAS, of Olilo County, dent. th smaller party swallowed up the larg- ciation lias an agreement mat all dii- a candidate for State Senator, composed of er. That Is the free silver wing gave fernccs concerning working condiDistrict, Senatorial Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler coun- up their principle and followed the tions between the miners and opera- g General primary election Aug. gold standard element, under the' tors shall be arbitrated by a reprc-linties. leadership of President Wilson. They scntative of the operators and 7, 1915. ers. This Is the part of the agreeare still following that element. ment Mr. Glsh docs not like, and "We are authorized to announce At the Lincoln birthday banquet hence the shutdown. Mines Closed Down. Beaver HON. ALBERT LEACH, of held In Louisville last week many It Is reported that all the mines t It is also intimated that Mr. Glsh Dam, Ky., a candidate for State Sena- speeches of decided merit were made, has at this time some differences located In Ohio county on the I. C tor in the 7th Senatorial District com in response to toasts, but our own which he wants arbitrated, but that R. R., Including Taylor Coal Com- prised of the counties of Ohio, But EVntilrc tUa WoBtorn tCnlltllpW nr.1- pany, have either closed down or the miners refuse to arbitrate. Republican Muhlenberg, ler and or the best and mogl ftUng The fact that the mines may shut will do so indefinitely in a few dajs. primary election, Aug. 7, 1915 speech of any. The speech of Hon. down is of serious import to the Although many of these mines hau Edwin Morrow was a gem In word business Interests of Central City, as been running only a few days In each We are authorized to announce palntlng ag he depicted the sample several hundred men are usually em- -' month for the past year, the stopping WILLIAM D. MORRIS, of East Hart- - of rugged from which ployed at the mines. This, taken in of work entirely will force a great manhood ford precinct, a candidate for the Abraham Lincoln sprang, but his connection with the recnt bank fall- - hardship on hundreds of people. In Republican nomination for Rcpre- - subject demanded a different type of ure. It is feared may injure business I fact we do not sec what Is to become &cM aentative of Ohio county. General speech frora that ot Mr Franks. His seriously. of the workers and those dependent ! upon primary election Aug. 7, 1915. Trend of the Times," toast. "The them. j Efforts are being made to settle gave him a wide range in the field the dlffemces. We are authorized to announce of politics, In which he delights and .Lexington Gets Republican Conen-- ' 4 W. S. DEAN, of Sulphur Springs pre-- shines best. tlon. Notice ray Your Tae. At the meeting of the Republican Town taxes for the year 1915 arc Nobody with a grain of sense or an nomination for Representative of due. Please call at my store on State Central Committee in Louiscounty. Primary election Sat- an ounce of patriotism wants this Main street and get your tax receipt ville last Friday it was decided to Ohio country to go to the dogs for political urday, Aug. 7, 1915. hold the Republican platform conand save the penalty. advantage. It would be better for O. T. O'BANNON, vention at Lexington June 15. LouWe are authorized to announce all of us if the Wilson policies could 31tf isville made a strong bid for the Tax Collector No admeeting but the vote stood S to 5 L. L. EMBRV a candidate for the produce prosperous times. Republican nomination for Repres- ministration ever had a more patient in favor of the Blue Grass city. The IMPORTANT NONCE entative from Ohio County. General support from the people irrespective date for holding county mass convenof party, notwithstanding a large mations, at which delegates to the State primary election Aug". 7, 1915. jority did not endorse, much less ask convention will be named, was fixed given The Farm Agency of the Con- at June 12. The basis of represenWe are authorized to announce for the things which have been us under the false assertion that JUDGE J. S. GLENN, of Hartford, Fire Insurance Co, of tation was fixed at one delegate for people were be- tinental every 100 Republican voters and for as a candidate for the nomination the mandates of the Hartford, Connecticut, formerly a fraction over fifty In the 1908 elecThe same nosfor Judge of the Sixth Judicial Dis- ing carried out. the memtrict, subject to the action of the trums have been tried inproved dis- represented by A. C Yeiser, has tion. Democratic'party at the State Pri- ory of many of us and After all business had been disbeen transferred to me. I Also posed of speeches were made by prommary the first Saturday in August, astrous to' the whole country. Not to Democrats, or Republicans, but to have the Agency for the Record- inent State politicians, among them 1915. all of us. The same conditions are ing business in the following being several who had voted the Proupon us now, and the worst is yet We are authorized to announce to come. We are called calamity companies: Continental, Hart- gressive ticket In 1912. All spoke movein favor of the OTTO C. MARTIN a candidate for howlers for mentioning conditions, Phoenix, and Fidelity ment and the prophets were many the Republican nomination for Cir- which in every day conversations, all ford, Aetna, which includes who predicted great Republican vic. cuit Court Clerk at the general pri- admit. 4 Some of our Democratic underwriters, tories in the coming State National mary election Aug. 7, 1915. "" in all election. friends not only demand that we the business written ; PE SURE AND MAIL US YOUR LIST look pleasant while being drawn and Connty. FOR ANYTHING YOU MAY NEED IN authorized to announce quartered, but actually expect us to towns in Ohio We are Pennsjitiinia Democrat Drops ConThese are all old line Insurance CAL P. KEOWN a candidate for the smile. gress Contest. nomination for Circuit Republican Companies. York, Pa., Feb. lfi. Congressman X COLUMNS, MILLWORK Court Clerk of Ohio County, General How to Hold Enough Wheat in I will be glad to have you call A. R. Brodbeck, Democrat, repreAmerica. primary election August 7, 1915. Pennsylvania senting the Twentieth For Our Lowatt Prices. Some of the best authorities on on me or 1 will see you at your withdrew his condistrict, grain statistics declare that at the We are authorized to announce home for anything in the in- test of the election on C. William FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY WALLACE H. RILEY a candidate beginning of the war the United Beales, Republican, of Gettysburg, Incorporated tor the Republican nomination for States bad about 290,000,000 bushels surance line. polls last ! WMmoi-iwho defeated him at the FORDSVILLE, KY. J Msr. Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio county. of wheat to export, and of that E. E. BIRKHEAD, Mr. Brodbeck explained .November. 4 have 190,000,000 bushels amount General Primary August 7, 1915. his action by stating that witnesses Hartford, Ky. already been exported, leaving only jon whom he had depended to prove bushels surplus yet to bo Office 'Phone, No. 66. We are authorizet to announce , 100,000,000 fraud had been Influenced to with shipped abroad. Alter that all exhold testimony. CARL M. TAYLOR, of Prentiss preResidercs 'Phone, No. 41. begin encroaching upon cinct, a candidate for tho Republican ports will our home supply. Lent. nomination for Circuit Court Clerk It is on this account that borne Today murks the opening of tho of Ohio County. General Primary FOR FLETCHER'S economists are urging the passage of baturday, August 7, 1915. Lenten season, a period In many of a law forbidding tho further export- The Rockoit Sn Mill Vh IjiikI, l.eiMs, UiilldliiKN ami Hand Smv ling of wheat. Wo are opposed to the Christian churches set apart for attaching to .Mill Outfit at auction PKKASANT GROVE. as tin entirety, in groups or in sepurate lots to That ground hog must have seen such a law. The way to hold the the special devotions quiet meditapenitential discipline, bidders without limit or receive, Mibjei-- t lo upproHl of court on Feb. 15. Rev. W. C. Taylor filled something. wheat at home Is to outbid the would tion and solemn obligations of the his regular appointment hero Satur- the premises. be exporters, and let tho Tanner get sanc- day and Sunday. What has become of Percy Haly's the benefit of the Increased price. inner life. As such the fast, tioned by ancient usage and in forThose on the sick list are recoverGubernatorial announcement? He is legitimately entitled to that mer times often enforced by statu-toryla- ing. benefit. Let the world's market, for no less by ecclesiastical auVernon Sapp Is moving to Mr. W. Je It possible that Pike county Is which the rs have been Beginning at 0 o'clock u, m. By order of the United States District Court, the only place in Kentucky where so eager to expose all American in- thority, constitutes a recall from the A. Loyd's farm near Trlsler. ordinary existence and the Messrs. W. C. Taylor and Oscar Southern District of Ohio, Western Division, No. OSMttl, In Bankrupt?), Win. yotes are sold? terests, now work for the benefit of turmoil of gayetles so apt to keep Trustee; Peck, Shaffer & VecV,'' Petty were the guests of II. W. Mor- H. Whlttaker, Referee; Joseph U our agricultural Interests. It Is fashionable exAttornejs. All of the Real Kstate In recorded in the Ohio county Clerk's ton Sunday. The Allies should give Japan some- time that the Government was rec- men and women In the whirl of Dr. W. C. Hedden and family were office at llartfprd, the county heat of Ohio rounty, Kentucky, where the thing to do. She is getting restless ognizing that there are agricultural citement and absorb too large a pro, tho guests of Frank Fraze and fami- metes and bounds are described, sod threatens to lick China some Interests In this country aside from portion of their time. It Is a season of rest. The body ly Sunday evening. more. South. 1M 1. Deed Book 1, page 'Mm, known as the old Woodburn hum milt the cotton Interests of tho it, the soul demands it. The farmers around hero are busy lot appraised at $1,250. This contention is not merely a requires season has also a message getting ready to burn plant beds. banquet at The That selfish one. While farming lias been Deed Book 21, Page .tu.'i, comprising a little oer one acre of land Lot labt week' was a success In fairly profitable, It has never been whatever be the special mode of keep every way. Looks like a reunited unreasonably so; and now that world ing it. It is good that in a chasten"I see Boston girls are taking up and on Uie waters of Oreeu Ilher, appraised at $2.10. party this fall and for many years conditions point to moro than ordi- ed spirit we should tke stock as to culinary matters in the public Lot :i Deed Book S9, Page KM, known as lot No. .10 In Rock port, Ky.,. we are. Half schools. to come. appraised at 150.00 nary profits for our farmers It comes what manner of men proceed "Learning to cut the pie, I suppoor grace from those who have of the faults of the world Lot 4. Deed Book 20, Page 545, consisting of three lots, being numbered The Joke of the season Louisville with thoughtlessness. It Is of lit- pose Into comic sections." Judge from 30, 31 and 32, situated In the central west edge of the town of Rockport, Evening Post (Independent) threat- declared against law as a means of tle use to flog the horses unless we proens to kick Senator Camden out of benefiting our home market, to know the way upon which we are, Children's Coughs ChlldrenV Colds Ky., appraised at f 125.00. Both Are Serious. Democratic party for exercising pose to enact a law to forbid our traveling. Ignatius Loyola deemed the Lot 5. Deed Book 30, Page 2fl, being part of the mill' lot, appraUed at . selling out products, in the highest When one of your little ones show 9700.00 fete independence. one month of meditation and ; of the world. Northwestern that markets mental and moral discipline) would symptoms ot an approaching Cold, Also, all the Cliattel property as pee appralsment on file. TERMS CASH According to Berlin dispatches Agriculturist. at transform the rawest novlco Into a give It Dr, Dell's Germany has captured some four or once. It acts quickly, and prevents on confirmation of court. Auction catalog mailed free upon application to good soldier. His Test. n five million Russians, about two growing worse. Very healAs such a fast the period of Lent the Cold A cynic forwarded a letter to a French and at least half million ing soothes the .Lungs, loosens the Although LentBhould be observed. .English. With all Jhese prisoners to neighboring town, requesting the mucous, strengthens the system. It's any re- en observance Is far from being uni"' Successors to The Keklel & Bernhelai Co., Is getting postmaster to deliver it "to feed, It's no wonder bread versally adopted, the season makes guaranteed. Only 25c at your Drugspectable attorney." ' Auctioneers, scarce with thorn. .. Duy a bottle gist. l u. After ten days it was returned 118 UI1IJCUI, UJ .tUl.ta tt i rfinennnhlA I. Illiuout itiA ' Salve for No. 334 Main Street. Arnica Bucklen's now Democratic floor leader with the significant endorsement, nmiivco nnri sniiml Inclc underlvlne The CINCINNATI, OHIO. 2t Us lofty alms. Where its ritualistic Sores. flt the House of Representatives, Mr. "None here." . & j - C. M. HARNETT, .Editor & ALLISON BARNETT, Associate proj 0f Kentucky, will get him, if lie don't look out. -- Central Coal & Iron Company ijr ' B:Z rAai ' tp "tjii,.,. - :;s -- Op-ha- m mill-'Th- is tion of those definitely engacd In Christian endeavor. The iact that Lent has become Fcel.illy recognized Is Itself significant. The gratifying response made b the crowded midday service In Memphis Inst Lent speaks well for the attitude of the populace toward religious exercises and discipline It betokens a widespread and heartfelt appreciation of the opportunity thus afforded to enter some quiet retreat wher tho common din and clatter of the world's traffic becomes subdu- ed to the ear. There a human being finds himself for one brief Hour con fronting the realities of human existence because communing with the truths that aflect his destiny. Thus tho traditional custom of sprinkling ashes upon penitents, though simple enough In Itself, yet by the reminder thai time Is short and life Is earnest, It nevertheless levels all ranks and humiliates foolish pride under the Impressive contemplation of the things that must perish and the virtues that shall remain. The salutory conviction so wrought upon the mind permeates the Lenten discipline throughout and Its leaven- Influence upon selfish thoughts. can hardly be denied. Wednes- day's Memphis Commercial Appeal. Clothes Order? Ed. V. Price & Co. 1WT Be Measured Now! Hub Clothing Co. Hartford, Kentucky. OUR SCIENTIFIC ! Horse and Mule Collars I J I ( i I We are putting in a stock of Harall of ness, Breeching, Hames, the best high grade goods. Any one wanting a horse or mule collar should see our Scientific Collars. They are " made of the best grade leatheidouble t stitched and made to lit. It does away with the pad and sore shoulders. It is a comtort to the beast and a pleasure to the owner. Call on t j t t i Williams 6t Miller BEAVER DAM, KY. :f t I er ntuhpr lUlllUVl T Juke , SASH doors, I I .,,,,.".,,..., ; I I 'Children Cry CASTORI A TRUSTEE'S SALE IN BANKRUPTCY the-lilglic-a Free-Trade- "Wednesday. 3VEvrol3. 1Z, 11& tl: Lou-luvil- le Pine-Tar-Hon- ey rail-Jlo- THE MERCANTILE AUCTION COMPANY .v..w. to-da- y. ? TIME TO BE WISE! Right now it will be wis dom on your part to take advantage of the last days of our big I CleanSweep Sale. Bigger and better I t values than ever before. Only 2 days remain. Why not use them? Call and see our bargains and let us demonstrate to you the power of dollars in this WONDERFUL MONEYS-SAVINSALE. Do, this and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU HONEY. G Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, FKBRUARY 10. Mr. Amos Carson of the Hub Clothing Co., is in Louisville. -- Mr;, Rjuker Duke" ba9- rirove'd Into the Moore property on Union St. The Ha"rtfo"rd"MiirCo7 will pay K. RAILROAD TIME H. $1.50 per bushel for good wheat. AT HARTFORD, KY. Mrs. Mollle StevenB," East HartSouth Bound. ford, was a caller at this office yesNo. 115 due at Hartford 9:20 a. m. terday. North Bound. Mr. HoytTaylor"feft"thls week for Wno. 114 due al Hartford 2:20 p. m. Lewisburg, Tenn., where he will be HtMiford Mttd Irilngton Accom- V. TA-11L- K modation. Leave. Arrive. No.l 1 1 . . 1 : 40p.m. No.l 12 . .2:05p.m. In effect Jan. 4, J 9 15. II. K. M1SCHKE, Act. t i When in Louisville! STOr AT THE 5th Avenue Hotel FRANK ECKERT, Prop. . H. ECKERT, Mgr. $1 : Up, European Plan "Wh In Hon. John H. Thomas, Narrows. town. Mrs. M.'L: Heavrln has returned from Louisville. $15 LonVCoatr$T.08"at Fairs Clean-Swee- p Sale. at Fairs $20 Coat Suits $"7.98 Clean-Swee- p Sale. Attorney B. D. RlngoTOwensboro, was here yesterday. Mrs. C."0. Hunter has" returned from Dawson Springs. Little Martha Sanderfur who has been ill la convalescing. fcjMBI Penny PIctureTirBchroeter's ub-28t5 March 1ft. Notftr. forcinTdren $1.50 Shoes at S9c Sale. Fairs' Clean-Swee- p Only 2 iiayZmore ofFalrs USB THBM. Clean-Swee- p MissVermTDuke spenftbe end with relatives at Dundee. .4-w- Sale. week- Mr, M."A. Kaught, of Leltchfield, here the first of the week. ". Prof I. S. Mason, ueuircr several days this week. 4 employed. Bennett locarNo7"G0TA. S. of E. was reorganized Wednesday with 15 members. nd DeT. R. Barnard, cashier-Islaposit Bank, was in town yesterday on business. er! Cood morning! "Fine-weathAre you attending Fairs' Clean-Swee- p Sale? Oct Kai. ,.o- - uii ouito Goods. Some 23c values for lie during our Clean-Swee- p Sale. Your neighbor is getting soino fine bargains at Fairs Clean-Swee- p Sale; why not you? Col. T.T. Smith" is making some splendid Improvements to his residence on Clay Street. If so, Do youuse Embroideries? you had better visit Fairs' Clean-Swee- p Sale. Big lot, only 9. Mr. Silo'Taylor and "family left Tuesday for Beaver Dam where they will make their future home. Mrs. JnoT T. Moore has returned to ElUabethtown after a visit with her mother, Mrs. Martha Ross. Mr nnrt"MrsTJohirw. Taylor. of Leltchfield, were tho guests of Dr. Joe Taylor and family, this week. Mr. A. "Barker, the Maln Street merchant, has closed out his business and will locate in West Frankfort, III. The hZZTZl wum aim Hartford basket ball teams will meet at Dr. Don't fail to Beau's rink game. see this A fine lot of Red Top Grass Seed for sale. Call on or address, HIRAM MILLER, Beaver Dam, Ky. 27tf The lasl game "of the present basketball season will be played at Beaver Dr. Bean's rink tonight- Dam vs. Hartford. Milton H.'Smlth, Jr. 7 son of tho President of the L. & N, R., It. Co., was In Hartford Wednesday consult ing with the company's local attorney and other citizens with the object of arranging better train service to and from Hartford on the M. H. & E. division. Hal!. Salesman Wit tiled to look after our Interest In Ohio And adjacent counThe Hartford Athletic Association Ad- basket hull team met with a decisive ties. Salary or Commission. dress The Harvey Oil Co., Cleveland, defeat Saturday night at the hands of Ohio. Association team from Central City. llarred Plymouth Hocks and a low 'I w"8 seen right at the beginning jflno C'ockrels for sale while theytI,nl " visitors had us outclassed I"1 tho locals put up a game strug- last. Eggs $1.00 per 111. iB' nnt" finished much stronger than JNO. AI.LI'N WILSON, tllcy started. The Central City fcl- '32t2 Hartford, Ky. -;iowa were foster and better shots A mighty good game of basket han tho ,()caIg nm, Uicr form when the , allr1UtCl ,0 wor). hall Is expected ,, ,, Heaver Dam and Hartford basket t,ct T nrc wllloul d)ubl lho ball teams mix up at I)r. Bean s rink. ,)C8t Mt Qf bagkel nrtst8 gccn horo Come out and enjoy nn hours nn(, yWm Cleycr creallon- j their clean playing helped wipe out If you are going to buy a Watch, the sting of defeat, Will compare prices j Although their favorites were beat-wlt- h seo us lirst. any one and save you money. en the good bunch of spectators en- know Joyed tho fracas and the game waa Willi 1C years experience, much better than the score of 53 what to offer you. to 18 would ImMfati. J. 11. TAPPAN, Jeweler. Hnrtfor.l basket ball enthusiasts like a good On Inst Sunday the Sunday schools clean game minus the wrangling of Hartford reported a total attend- stuff and that's what they saw. From an co of 41m. On Sunday Aprl 25 u grutnl effort will be made to break a local standpoint the second half was a big Improvement over the first ull past records for attendance as apart as "Go as the score was much closer and the that day has been set home team seemed to take on more to Sunday School Day." vim. Practice Is what the local Among those Ohio Couiitlans who bunch needs and with some hard Lincoln banquet at Lou- work and a attended the little coaching they isville last week were: Prof. J. Logan should be able to hold their own with Stlllwell, Heaver Dam; Messrs. J. H. the best of them. Thomas, Narrows; J. SI. DeWecse, Line Up. Shreve; C. M. Harnett, Hartford and Central City Hartford. Dr. C. DeWcese, Fordsvllle. Miss Isabelle Thomas, our valued DeWcese (18) . ..F. . .H. Glenn (4) F. .R.Taylor (10) correspondent at Narrows, happened Yontz (S) C..F. Foreman (2) to a painful accident one day last Lawton (15) G C. KIng( 2) week in falling in the stairway at her Ncal (12) G E. Barnett She sustained very severe Frost home. Referee Moses Levy, Central City. bruises on the head from which she Umpire Fogle, Hartford. lias been confined to her home. ur Time-keepLyons. wIlFgfve-youyomeal and We Substitutions for E. Barnett also your crush, made out of your Foreman, Glenn for E. Barnett. Wednesown corn, on Mondays, days and Saturdays of each week. game at the Opera In a Will exchange either meal or crush House court In Beaver Dam Liver-mor- e any day In the week. was overwhelmed by Beaver W. E. ELLIS & BIIO. Dam Saturday night 112 to 8. This 3114 Hartford, Ky. is thought to be the largest score BLACK .M1NOKCAS from J. D. ever made by a basketball team In (Owensboro) prize winning Russell's Ohio county and Indicates some very Northup Strain. White Wyundotts, fast work on the part of the West from Mrs. Tom Hayden's (Owens- Kentucky Seminary team. The line Hig boro) famous Duston Strain. up of the two teams follows: farm raised Cockrels, $1.00 each; Llvermore Bcuver Dam Eggs $1.00 per 15. L. T. BARNARD, 32tf M. Barnes F Colburn Hartford, Ky. R. F. D. 4. Howley F A. Davis G Tully In this issue will be found the an- P. Barnes G Atherton nouncement of Mr. L. L. Embry, of Thomas G. . . .'.. Eastwood Select, for the Republican nomina- Pirtle Captain. tion for member of the House of Representatives. Mr. Embry is engaged ,ln general merchandise and Is Hartford and Beaver Dam will a successful and honorable business meet at Bean's rink in Hartford toman who stands high in 'the esteem night and at Beaver Dam tomorrow of his fellow men. He Is eminently night. These should be great games qualified for the position he seeks and hotly contested as much rivalry and will have no trouble in winning JexietfrVbetween-th- e two teamsr --' In November, If given the nomination. Court Notes Miss Luclle Taylor, who is teachDon Miller vs. Taylor Coal Co. ing In the Graded School at McIIenry, verdict of Jury, $2J00 for plaintiff. was taken suddenly ill with appeu-- ; Jnq. R. Phipps vs. L. & N. R. R. Her condition Co. verdict of Jury $125 fqr plaindicitis Wednesday. was considered so serious that her tiff. took her to Louisville physician W. S. Likens vs. I. C. R. R. Co. where an operation was performed continued for defendant. 74251 and at last accounts her life was lu A. C. Yelser vs. Great great danger. Miss Taylor is very Southern Fire Insurance Co. mopopular in Hartford where she at- tion for new trial overruled. tended school several years and grad7427 A. C. Yeiser vs. Great uated from Hartford College two Southern Fire Insurance Co. years ago. agreed Judgment for $330 and costs. indoor rifle Charles Hcrr vs. I. C. R. R. Co. In the competitive match between the Company II, K. verdict of Jury $50 for plaintiff. &c, vs. The Martha Vandlver, N. G., team and the Citizens team, or Hartford, held at tho armory Wilson Co. verdict of Jury $40 for Tuesday night the former came out plaintiff. J. II. Wilson vs. Chicago, St. Louis winners by 13 points. Compauy H team scored 818 out of a possible & Now Orleans R. It. Co. etc., 900. to 805 for the Citizens. Schroad-e- r judgment for plaintiff, $100.00. It. E. Her vs. I. C. It. It. Co. Judgled for the soldiers with a score of 141, possible 150, Lieut. Shown ment for plaintiff for $125.00. Paul Woodward vs. Cecil Barnard followed with 140. Lyons led for Judgment for plalntifT for $200. the Citizens with the same mark of Com'th. vs. Clayton Sharp stateThis was the first competitive" 141. match ever held In Hartford and ment and indictment filed away with more Interest In this line of sport is leave- to reinstate. Com'th. vs. Bob Woodward conexpected in the future. The followCompany tinued. ing composed the teams: Charlie Herr vs. J. B. Westerfleld H Shown, Liles, Schroadcr, Hoovpetition dismissed, judgment for er, E. Barnett and Blair. Citizens Lyons, Tiusley, Black. PIrtle, Schroe-te- r defendant's costs. Com'th. vs. Sam Walker, for murand A. Barnett. der, on trial "ofTlaelilaery For Sale. Carload Court will probably adjourn this On or about the first of March, receive a carload of morning. 1915, we wjll the celebrated Weber Farm WagFaying Dearly for Free-Tradons, Deerlng Grain Binders, Mowing One of the effects of Free-Trad- e Machines, Rakes, Osborne Disc Harreprows, noosler Corn Drills, Harrows, upon current values of securities resenting Investments in American Likewise Vulcan Cultivators, &c. enterprisPlows as well as repairs for all of industrial and commercial es has been the arbitrary establishHaving purchased this machinery. Now this machinery In carload lots, we ment of minimum prices on the for But very close York Stock Exchange. will be prepared to give prices to those needing anything in that hard and fast restriction there this line. Our aim is quick sales is no telling what the demoralization It was and small profits. So It will pay you might have been. Doubtless prevent found necessary in order to elseto see us before purchasing a general panic. Even so, it has where. We can Bave you money. been found desirable to reduce the ELLIS b BRO., W. E. minimum and thus enlarge the privHartford', Ky. 31t4 ' payd ilege of unloading : ing and depreciated stocks. Notice. ' . Those desiring to apply for posiCommon "Home Run" Raker Quits Game. tion as teacher in Hartford Philadelphia, Feb. 16. Manager Graded School wlllrpleasQicall on C. secretary of Board of Connie Mack, at a dinner tonight of M. Barnett, Trustees, for application blanks of the Philadelphia Sporting Writers requirements, prepared by the association, announced that "Home board, and file application with him Run" Baker, star thirdbaseman of the Philadelphia Americans, had de' not later than March 1, 1915. cided to retire from the diamond, J. II. D. CARSON. Ch'm'ii. 31tf and won't appear with the team C. M. BARNETT, 'Sec?. Hii-lict I , re-th- lg , er one-side- d e'. I M X ' '' WE CAN VL' ' I EUERYBODV WILL LIKE THE FAT MAN'S THEY LOOKS WHEN HE WEARS OUR CLOTHES. WILL FIT HIM AND MAKE HIM FEEL GOOD. WE CARRY BOTH "SLIMS" AND "STOUTS" LONG. THIN IN MANY BRIGHT NEW PATTERNS. MEN AS WELL AS SHORT. FAT MEN AHD "REGU- LAR" MEN CAN GET A FIT IN OUR STORE. TRY THE STORE THAT TRIES TO PLEASE YOU AND HAS GOT THE GOODS TO DO IT. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED,, . Hartford, Kentucky. I BIG SALE AT CENTERTO WN, K Y, VWVI s, Ily James & Company. We will offer for sale on March flth, O a, m., the following; descriped property, viz: One Livery Stable on Main street; 4 bead of horses, ages as follows: two 7 year, one 8 year one 10 year; two Mores, two Surreys, three Double Bugsics, slv Single' Buggies, two good Log Wagon one Drummer Wagons, one good 'Bus, one good Road Wagon, four pair AVugon Harness, five sets double Harness, seven sets single Harness, two Suddlcs, one good Stove J", for .office, one new Telephone Box, eight Lap Robes, one Ford SAuto , " passenger, one Horse Clipper, fifty feet Rubber Rose, $,, thirty or forty Hales of Straw. A lot of small items, such as Single-treeStretchers, Fitch- - ff; forks, Chains, Shovels, Lanterns, Brushes, Comix, Horse Ulan- - J" kcts, Etc., too numerous to mention, will also be included in tills J sale. Terms of sale will lo made known on day of sale. Everybody 5 conic and get some of the many good bargains that will be of-- S $ fercd. i Company James (Si Kentucky. f Centertown. tVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVWKVT Mack said Baker is next season. not dissatisfied with the terms of his three-yea- r contract he signed last year, but wants to devote his time Baker is to his Maryland farm. and has been less than twenty-ninsince a member of the Athletics 1908. He was the hero of both tho 1911 and 1913 World's series. e, ADSBRATI8N MI'S.-- - Money' to Ixmn. received for loans Applications from $100.00 to $10,000.00, on improved and unimproved town property and farm lands. Interest 8 per cent straight. Interest payable anTime: one nually or to ten years. Applicants for loans will please give description location, and valuation of property offered as security for loan. State Improvements and valuation of same. We want County representatives to redelve applications for loans, nroperty. and serve as our ex clusive representative. Attorney or real estate man preferred. Appll-rant- s for loans, and aDDlicants for agencies positively required to fur nish at least two .cahracter references and forward "postage Ave 2c stamps, for application blanks, full particulars and prompt reply. Write Southern Office, Southeastern Mort gage Loan Assn., Fourth Nat'l Bank 32U Bldg. Atlanta, Ca. semi-annuall- y. se follows fast upon teedlng pigs, poul try, horses and cattle on some of the Smany varieties of grains and feed; you can get here. Like tne feed itself your porkera so fed are apt, to-tak- first prize. The more you us what, now is here bay oats, corn,. bran the less occasion you will have' for "condition powders" and other.' curatives for your livestock laterv. W. E. ELLIS 4 BRO. The Produce Merthtui-- . KENTUCKY. ILRTFORDt "L? ";,'.S35WPS .v- - TIip Woman SuflfrnRO Crisis. The Legislature of New York State has seen fit to place the question of woman suffrage squarely heforu tht present electorate. Every man of vol - .00..- - wv...a- in.o. ,.,v.v liife nb ously, Intelligently, with clear vision. The answer of New York State to tbls long pending query should Inforcible and definite. The proposed - should be voted down by such a majority of the voters as to deprive the advocates of an objectionable and amendment to the State Consitu- - unreasonable derangement of the po lltlcal and social structure of any further hope of success In this State. The question Involved Is not new, all the arguments of the suffragists tire old and long ago refuted and sent notation has not developed a single Woman suffrage I., v.oo.Mr.e., limbo. I. Their ceaseless and noisy would nnlltlnnl muddle or In a social and political The Towhatan n refined, and restful. Its excelturmoil which would tend to weaklent location on Pennsylvania I en the State, to stir up discord In soAvenue, 18th and II Street", makes it a desirable headquarciety and in the home, and would put ters lor bridal couples, tourist in the way of progress obstacles parties, conventions. Schools and lollcges. , JUSTICES' COURTS. which the wisest statesmanship might ID. The Towhatan attracts .the I reople of culture and education. to overcome, fall Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft-e- r Its proximity to Slate, War and Attorney Law j 3d Monday In .March, Tuesday uft-e- r The grant of suffrage to women is Navv Departments, also to many 2d Monday lu June, Tuesday aftpoints of historical interest, KY. HARTFORD, repugent to instincts that strike makes this hotel especially ater 3d Monday In September, Tuestractive to a discriminating pubroots deep in the order of natday after 3d Monday in December. their ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. IIEAVRIN lic. L. A. McDanlel, Uoekport, Friday ure. It runs counter to human rea; The Powhatan offers rooms This offico Is cuulppcd for handafter 3d Monday lu March, Friday with detached bath at $1.30, son, it flouts the teachings of ex$2.00 and up. Kcoms with priafter 3d MoiUlay lu June, Friday ling Commercial Law and Collection comperience and the admonitions of vate bath, $2. JO. $1.00 and up. after 3d Monday in Suptcmler, items as well as other legal mid litiAlthough women have mon sense. Write for booklet with map, Friday after 3d Monday in De- gated matters. Practice lu all number, cember. other capacities without CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Prompt and vigorous service. Manager. S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday held in equal distinction and some O 'after 3d Monday In March,, Wod- -' M. L. Hearln's Office. they have never pos- - j in higher honor, nesday after 3d Monday In June, . . . , Iniit Hint tbev would like to see wo 'll) aessed or developed me political iac-lir'H'.H!!'.': m Wttlncsday after 3d Moitday In Try This for .euntlla. become more men like. But , and guid (ITTHC. MA1UI ulty. Without the counsel Wednesday after 3d Mon- T WAPB.sTIIATTON Thousands of people keep on suftransformation women Crulunrll, K.V lliirlforil, K, day in December. nnce of men no woman ever ruled a without that vote as men fering with Neuralgia because they qualify for the It. C. TIcllLlmr. HonturlnMn tint. State wisely and well. The defect is cannot .. STRATTON & MARTIN do not know what to do for It. NeuYOU urday after 3rd Monday in' each " nuamj, " "7, . ralgia is a pain in the nerves. What innate and one for which a cure Is ncqulro month. Attornoys at Law the qualification. The not to be deslr- both impossible and COnse" you want to do Is to soothe the nerve Wtnson Smith, Select, Tuesday wonlcn ls CROMWELL, - KY. cd. That they lack the genius for "P itself. Apply Sloan's Liniment to alter i'd Monday lu .March, Tuesday be dreaded. politics is no more to their dis- - "ouences most to after I'd Jlonday in May, Tuesday Will practice their profession lu this man de the surface over the painful part after 3d Monday in August, Tues-la- - and djolulug counties. Collectiouts credit than man's unhandiness in. No upright and decent do not rub It In. Sloan's Liniment after I'd Monday In November. Treatment housewifery and In the care of in- sires to withhold from woman any penetrates very quickly to Commercial and Criminal Practice tv the sore, W. S. Dean, Wod- Dundee, fants and his small endowment of privilege that will benefit her. The irritated nerve and allays the inflamPrompt and vigorous-servicefor WEAK mtulay after the second Monday In Sjieclalty. those finer qualities of charm and growth that is vaguely called the mation. Get a bottle of Sloan's LinNotary in office. March, Wednesday after 1W Monday LUNGS or i In May, Wedneflday tenderness that steal away half of femist movement has already had iment for 25 cents of any druggist after 3d Monday sharpness are a reproach to alarming results. Moral laxitives and have it in the house against CONSUMPTION in August, Wednesday after 2d Mon- life's day lu Novomber. him. Ther are two human estates, which used to be regarded with ab- Colds, Soro and Swollen Joints.Lum-bagDen F. Itice, Fortdsvllle. Tuesday If you mention this paper we will send you and the woman's. Their horrence arc too frequently extenuthe man's Sciatica and like ailments. a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for after 2d Monday in March, Thurshackneyed cry that "what feeling, coughs, pains day after I'd Mondav In lint. Thnm. boundaries are traced by no imagi- ated. The our money back if not satisfied, tnat tired, nary or effaceable lines. Nature has is right for the man is right for but it does give almost instant! in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak lay after 2d Monday in August, lungs or consumption. i Uul TRADE.M1RKS Thursday after 21 Monday in NoMXllHKlT cbUUnd In marked them by metes and bounds the woman" is heard continually. It relief. I ftll rfuulnri, or t,o ,tula PATENTS 2 It. vember. tOCK BOX 616 I OHIO MEDICAL CO. THAT PAtm ,lilliiUiinarwnUx,t iwr no human being ever yet over- is specious, shameless, unrighteous. that Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Frldny aftC01UMBUS, 0. Ii 4 iam, wjU ilp uu to tkiorrw. Xothing was ever right in a man's looked save with the conscious iner 2d Monday In March, Friday after hnj irwIrL oU)or sktk'U for rsiCE rnrt leu KUBlAUlitr. t jtAtt' conduct which was not moral and con2d Monday In May, Friday alter 3d tent to transgress her laws. For fr. UuU. RZFCrCNCCS. Monday in August, Frldny after 2d i FOR FLETCHER'S in rrontabi litrnu writ to TheTiiriGB-a-WeeIntelligent use of the bal- sistent with the laws of God and Edition k For the Monday in November. B Savanth atraat. no good word to say lot men in their daily callings un- man. There is wa-iir- v HARTFORD POLICE COURT. urf, d. o. O. C. Martin. Judgo; McDowell A. training. The for loose living by either sex. It i3 dergo a ceaseless Of The flew York World wickedest argument Foglc, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, hapd. of the law has within Its reach the feeblest and Would Provide Work for Half a wo.uuremw; uourx convenes second Monman and every woman, but for any "increased freedom" for orery Million. day in each month. men (the phrase Is common properCity Council J. C. Her. Mayor; R. in their business affairs men are How many men would be put to Practically a Dally at The Price of a ty) that some men are immoral. But in euch immediate touch with conwork for fair wages if the Weekly. Xo other XeuspaiK-- r - T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Bean, Treasurer. .Members of Council J. C. Dentrolling authority that they find it is one heard too often, and one President should annul the whole nett. Capt. A. D. White, A. E. Pate, in the World Gives so Much forced to we aiij constrained to predict, which Democratic Tariff law as he did the themselves all the time J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yclscr, W. H. will be heard mor frequently, utat so Low a I'rice. Gillespie. take thought about the laws that vociferously, if the right only American clause in it? Take a School Trustcea J. D. Duke, Chairhelp or hinder them, whether they tered more census on that issue. That would The National Weekly extended to women man; R. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. be food or bad, and in what way to vote is provide work for nearly half million The year 1914 has been the most J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. At present, in spt3 of the InceK-f- in steel plants alone. Worcester may be bettered. The merthey extraordinary in the history of modt activities : the advocates t (Mass.) Telegram. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. chant and the manufacturer, men ern times. It has witnessed the outbusiness of bank- greater license for women, of the engaged in the M. E. Church, South-Sccv- lces Until this ) ear ing, insurance, real estate, foreign iteration of many arguments against break of the great European war, morning and evening eveny first and Collitr'$ has Ixn third Sunday. In each month. Sunssssssl&&1 lawyer, the doctor, the the bonds of marriage and the trade, the sold at $5.50. No a struggle so titanic that it makes day school S:45 a. in. Prayer meetranny of the home, there is a strong blacksmith, the farmer, men in all the price is $2.50' ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. all others look small. atidne luci.pcurc,it B. W. Napier, pastor. tbe thousand branches of male affairs and wholesome barrier which serves a concessioii u hereYou live in momentous times, and to keep women apart from men li Baptist Church Services morning habitually and necessarily from by can of life, to Insure them B1, " jsf at a c still otfer it you should not miss any of the tre- and evening every Bocotid nnd fourth opinions of the efficiency of the hurly-burl- y I further PROCURED AN D DEFENDED. rree Sunday In each month. Sunday school drawiuie orpnutJ.lorexjK.'itJii uanu.f reppTt. opposite sex, to government, the virtue of laws, the courtesies from the reduction In conI rva advice, how to obtain patents, trade- Lur. I mendous events that are occurring. i:43 a. m. Prayer meeting ccry Wed copjmrnu. lie.. N ALL COUNTRIES. nection ith policies and the promises of parties, give them many precious privllages. l!usli:t J.rett vAth Washington taits tlmlA No other newspaper will inform you nesday evening. Rev. A. S. Pettle, pastor. mottty atiJcttn tfiefalrnt. the character and the pledges of Women already exert a constant pow-erlwith the promptness and cheapness Patsnt :nd Infringement Practice Exclusively. Christian influence in our public affairs. Church Services every candidates, and they go to the polls Special Offer to Our Readery Writo or citrne to us at edition of the third and fourth Sunday at 11 a. in. Etrtet, sear Vnlttd SUt.i Fttant OBca, I of the Thrice-a-Wee- k We are firmly convinced that the TIO Ilfbtb prepared to cast a ballot that will, Kecnmiiiini; llic ereac demand for CaKurU el and 7 i. m. Sunday school y:3) a. in. WASHINGTON. D.C. give effect to breaking down of the barrier would o far as it may, the new imce. ueliacinailr arrangements lo Xew York World. Moreover, a ycjjr's Elder Gwinn, pastor. fferit ami ur imn iniulieation each fir; rar bring upon them a burden of new subscription to It will take you far their convictions and their desires. for the price ol CaVirr'salone. 'I Iu a ' r itcil SECRET SOCIETIES. ilfcr anJ must LctaLcnaiUantaceof irrT.tl, Some men, many men, reason fool- evils, that it would tend to coarsen our next Presidential campaign. into Hartford Lodge No. C75, F.' and A. ! ishly, vote foolishly, but their mo- women, to drive them of natural The Tlirice-A-We'- k World's regu- M. moots every first Monday night What You Get m Collier's. without due . tives and their decisions have at rights and privllages lar subscription price Is only $1.00 In each month. W. S. Steens, W. CoUitr't is the one Inc. inileprndent.frarlefs; per year, and this pays for 15C pa- M.; Owon Hunter, Secretary. least soino discoverable relation to j compensation. That the proposed, k'i ot th" wholr countrs. Nulunls - it the Hartford Chapter No. M O. E. S. irouil citurn's handbook liut it l alu a pers. We offer this unequaled news- the public aspects of tho questions large extension of tho suffrage could j mamrmc for Ihe whije fjmilj ,ninnj t,c every second and fourth Monmeets i. nt issue. When that relation is not in any circumstances act as a paper and tlnnt:s that a ) car's lics arct day evenings, Mrs. J. H. Williams, Keep in men have to admit that lumph.tnt regenerative force In our , Ladies! ave Mney ad W. Edllon'.!. H.inroni kkpuiu.ican Miss M.; Jas. H. Williams. W. I'.; 1000 600 Nem Pliolos Slye by Reajfog McCall' for politico we cannot for a moment they vote in a feminine way, Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. 2SO Short Articles 'together for one year for .Sl.l. Rough River Lodge No. 110 Knight The admit. The right to vote has been ISO Short Slorlrs woman's reasons, not men's. Magazine and Using McCall Patterns The regular subscription price of of Pythias meets every Tuesday even100 Illustrated fYtturea possessed for many years by the wo-- 1 voter must help to decide the gravest 2 Complete Morel McCsll'sMacsslncnlll the" two papers is JjiU.oo. ing. Jno. W. Taylor. C. C; W. R. Iwlji jri.it die s !! M'CALLS MASAZIhE public questions relating to labor.in-ternation- men oi vomniK, uuiuruuu, uiun, Hedrlck, K. of R. & S. Collier's isltly tit a n ikIcuIis $2.50jAkJJf" disputes, measures of na- and Idaho, and has been granted Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. fMM'ii'o liy LonilUi. Hartford Republican meois every iirst and tnlrd Thursday foil IlllStOll on Ilia tional defense, race problems, public more recently to those of WashingI t"t ttislilmia in nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; morality, monetary plans, tariffs, and ton, California, Arizona, Kansas, Oreduliios nml li.il1. 10 E. P. Moore, Recoitd Keeper. New Trillion Dtilccj On such questions men gon, Illinois, Montana and Nevada taxation. M caili bup. .Mio The most economical, cleansing and Acme Lodge No. 339 1. O. O. F. i.iVrlile information vote according to judgments founded The moral ecect of woman suffrage t5 moots every second and fourth Frigermicidal of all antiseptics is i ii ii Imnir nutl per. day nlght3 in each month. C. M. Haron observation and knowledge ac- In those States have been negatlvj. Only f iiuln luulicif.Including nett, Noble Grand; W. II. Hedrlck, Ho jtur quired in the pursuit of their dally The records are extant. II f'1'0 iMttcni. Secretary. business. Women would Invariably uril.u lixljy or im e has been said too often that It Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. lur fn:o taiui.lc copr. attempt to decide such matters em- "woman suffrage will come In spite moats every second and fourth SatMcCtll Pjticmiv. IdKililoj-'i'-- l ninnl.oln your pirically or emotionally. on ii homo .uli vii.Timn Imml" limiting fur Tom of everything." If that is true every A soluble Antiseptic Powder to urday nights In each month. W. C. t your" If Bint iliililr.iii nlilcli mil Williams, Council Commander; But, say the suffragists, women as high minded responsible man who lu M to mid m I'ni' i npoliii'hcrllMU 15 WrAff vinraiua be dissolved in water at Reeded. Wallace, Clerk. icim H'Lil lur rU'i I uitt.ni (. umluuue. ( tfAiAi,4t..i i .. well as men may equip themselves knows It will bring affliction with It ..f...i Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., Wt Wbl Civ Ytg fin Wats for ttrlllnc sub. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches Klublllty nearly 40 mn. Sold 'in ifeirly (or tbe intelligent use of the ballot. If It does come must do his best to (cdininns itmnii; your fiiciuls. SmhI for lite, In treating catarrh, Inflammation or meets every first and third Friday cery cllyand town In Hie United Sutes anil rit'tnl.im ( uuluuuo uml l atli I'rizo OiTcr. Canada, or by mail direct. More sold this. Individual women may and do, the postpone the evil day. Many men ulceration of nose, throat, and that nights In each month. Mrs. Attyu THE UcCAll COXrm. 239 Is 249 Vat 37ta Si. tOT YOU any oilier make. Send lor tree catilorua. Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. II. mass of woman will not and can not, havo taken tbe matter too lightly. caused by feminine Ills it has no equal. E. MIschke, Lady Record Keeper. McCALlS MAGAZINE save by spending their lives In the With tho great Increase of the women For ten years th Lydla E. Plnkham oinei utMo ....i.un. an.. ii anyInvalnable. I.au Keystone Chapter No. 110, macailnc-roilli- on inonth, Medlclno Co. has recommenced Paxtlne M., meets every thlrU Saturday R. A. bard school where men learn how to social distinction and personal charm est slylea. patterns, dressroaalnir, nilillnery. night laln scwlnc.l.incy needlenorli.lialtdrw-ssine- . In tjvelr private correspondence with In each month. John T. Moore High yote. If women are to forsake tho In the ranks of tho suffragists public etiquette, pood stories, ete. Only DO cents o women, which proves its superlojjty. Priest: W. S. Tinsley, Secretary. way year (worth double). Including a free utte,n. home for the counting room.tho law support of the cause In a polite wmw.v,.m .wu;, w Women who have been cured say AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. iiu ior sample copy, office, the wheat fields, and the has become a sort of agreeable 'funcV0NOEBFVL INDUCEMENTS State Officers President, J. II. it Is "worth its weight la gold." At BUqtBEtyS KJtBS SUCCEED. I brlnga smithy, then Indeed, baring tempera- - tion," abboclatcd with the animated Princeton, Ky.; Vlco Presi- I to Agents. .Postal oilers. premium caUIoini druggist?. fiOc. large box, or by mall. and new cash prize Address ESPECIAL OFFER' A. mental differences that only the hand italic of bright women who havo found Tho Paxtoa Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. dent, J. H. Burnoy, Muhlejnberg Co.; taW M0CUX C3V IUISIU W.TTtiVSt, NIW YOU lUftlaeftt. rMdat m&kft vou m tvercaaiifnt cus ' blld Secretary & Treas., S. B. Robertson, trial will of God can elface, they may In time something to talk about. Men of this ' tomer. Hat ii fart onniATsUituMl orrour Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. H. Bal- ' motur refunded. be able to cast a ballot which they kind have done much more than they ' 'A r1l..ll.MCIulMSftIsM(4lM main, Hartford, Ky. WVIIVVIIWHiil tMlatun ' can explain and justify by reasons realize, to encourago and strengthen JlllB Members State Executive Board-B- en I lU VUvIc lMtU!ui frrftai Otn H;mIiU, rUIJj I Ulk.priM0Mlk.Ute,r.l,ft l,U,Ulw.tmU which men can understand. Is It the movement, to give It form and Watson, Webster county; J. W. Bw4,C.,,CW.W,i, Titllr, iteMt Iwmlu,Swttl, PMU Tullr.PMr Ammm. VMUfM I'M!, !. and CURE Dunn, Daviess county; Hilary Plrtle, LUNGS worth while? Let the agitators for and force. Associating with well-bre- d Tiiirv pinu, riwot, iij u Kim hiuuiu. ribi Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin counwomen- - suffrage answer that one intelligent, and witty women many UVAUiMTEEB T PLEA UK ty; C. G. Davenportt, Warren county. Mtatlom Utlt Pmat I Wrlf y Question. Is it worth while to sub- - of whom havo taken up suffrage WITH Ohio County Officers S. L. StevI "SBND'aB CBNTM T?rt the whole order of. human socle- - j agitation as a mere pastime, they I U HW fU4 M SMA!f M MMI, Ikl. ,IUUt .llM.t ens, President; Henry Plrtle, Secretary; S. E. Bennett, Treasurer. ty by putting woman to do men's have not taken pains to look closely I (lirid -- . Hulk ! flu, b.k. Illlt ! lk.1 IS fc.1 Succeed when everything else falls. r COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. t worth while to take wo- - enotigh into the matter to compre-me- n i 1b CBamnUea IN, ,mbiiwi,llhnm,m vui.,, work? M .H ,1BM III 1, I In nervous prostration and female Iftl. t.UMII ft1 Osna Shults, Chairman, Hartford, p.Ml.a.rM. t u ID. t..U.I SU.aw out of tho school where she fits head how deeply rooted In tho basic weaknesses they are the supreme TIHWI,II,IIWI,UIUI Ky. llMIi PBirK remedy, as thousands have tettufied. 1JC8 BUCKltE ST. FDR herself for her high natural duties to ideals of our civilization are the true 1. O. it. Terry, Hartford, Ky. iW. W. Buckbw BOCXrOBD, T.nS,.!1 IU. w a tuition against objections to turning women out FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND .. .iw uiua rtct . . :TTT- put her under 2. T. (J. Brooks, Fordsvlllc, Ivy. nam ALL THROAT AND LUNG7P.0 U BLES, STOMACH TROUBLE 3. Ira Bozarth, Olaton, Ky. her body and mind and soul to tho everlasting scrimmage of life, Jj it is tbe bebt medicine 4. if. O. Autry, Dalzetown, Ky. OTJAKANTKED GATIBPAOIOBYI ever scld Of depriving her of the respect und would be In perpetual revolt? J. G. Austin, Prentiss. 5. r- - " JUU. "the most .fanatical advocate tvvtiou she needs lu return for a prlv- C.J. L. Brown, Rockpoft, Ky, MSsSSSasMSKMMMBMi uew Idea. y, l.v. ... ..,. ,. j doctrine so montrous. Yet fect. If women suffer wrongs It Is the that Is the only way. h thcr wo- as men work, or they duty of man to right them. If bad 'men mint work bo ,lil,lflc,, l0 vo,c ns n,c" laws hamper and afflict them, men w"' to have should bestir themselves he no mistake as to the those laws repealed. It Is the priviLet there Import of this argument. It Is not lege of men to core for the women. they prepared to resign that In the remotest manner based upon Are o'r the belief that wo- - privllanc7 Let them take nolo of the the resumption daliancc with "adr.tn Is man's Inferior, cither Intel-in- social heresies, thethat nmnzo them In any other way. It vanced" theories, lectually or In rests upon the established fact that current literature and the pronounce- man's work Is different from worn- - jineuts of certain feminine leaders of en's work, and that It Is his work thought. If they are convinced that and his striving In his own particu- comparatively few of the suffragists lar field that give man the qualifying they meet are now inclined to extol to intelligent the husbaudless mother, the trial knowledge essential voting. We are as far as possible ninrrlage, and the more extravagant im;.i,-t- o vargaries of the seekers for a new trom insisting mat woman 'able of acquiring that knowledge, wo selves to the obnoxious growth In do Insist that she can acquire It only the last few years of theories of liv'through a radical reorganization of ing Which no longer shock the wo- HflflptV WlllCll WOUllI 0011(1011111 IRT inien who fancy their sex needs more to do men's tasks, to bear men's bur liberty. The "heelers" and the of votes will all support dens. 13ut if the women were to take up man's duties, who is to assume woman suffrage. It Is wortli bearing the woman's duties? Hoth aro hon- in mind that the threatened extension orable, both bring their rewards, of the ballot has no terrors for the one Is as necessary as the other, for practitioners of corrupt politics. The tinth are indispensable to society. 'disposition of politicians, not of true And women would be profoundly statesmen, to adopt themselves quickaffected by taking up man's labors, ly to what they regard, often misit would Inevitably be a roughening takenly, as public sentiment has led process, women would be changed to much of tho success of the suf- and not for the better, If there be fragist thus far; was, In fact, the those who would contend that women cause of the recent foolish action ofa must become less womanly, that they our own Legislature. Hut it is Just should become masculine In thought as well that the matter should be and feeling and temperament, argu- - decided now by all tho men of the ad- - State. They are facing a grave crisis. "icnt; neither will they openl j of votes P" for women would never ilage which should surely fail of ef- n Birectory Frofessionai Ohiio County . X HOTEL POWMM masKm D.C. IL OFAMERICAN IDEALj In a city where food hotels bound, tht PowhiUn heads the Int. n . ' It ti first la the hearts of Its countrymen. ' Circuit Court T. F. Dlrkheaid, Judge; Den D. lMnuo. Attorney: W. P. Mldklff, Jailer; K U. Harmss, Clerk; K. K. lllrkhrad, Master Commissioner; It. T. Collins, Trusteo Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, Hartford. Deputies s. A. Ilratcher; office deputies Mrs. S. 0. Keown nn'd Ollniore Keown. Court convenes first Monday In February and continues three weeks; third Monday in April, two weeks; third Monday In October, two weeks. County Court John B. Wilson, Judge; W. C. lilankenshlp, Clerk; C 3. Smith, Attorney, -Hnrlford. Court convenes first Monday- in each month. Quarterly Court neglns on the first .Monday In every month. Court of Calms Convoina first Tuesday in January nnd rirst Tuesday In October. Other County Officers C. S. Mov-ltSurve.or, Fortlsvlllc, Ky., H. F. U. No. 1. Tom Hlnes. Assessor. Olaton, Ky.; Oina Shults, Superintendent, 1 tart ford; Dr. A. 11. Ulley, Coroner, Hartford; T. II. Denton, Hoad Knglncer, Hartford. Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTEOHD, Will pmctky! KY. his profusion In thu and adjoining counties. CotmiKvrehU and Criminal Practice a Specialty. Barnes & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith M(..ns. W. II. Ilurwts and C. uuiiouuoe Mint Uiy have .forru-- a iKirtii'TiOup for film gorsenil practice of Law, oiC'tpt ciTiiuiual nnd divor cist. Mr. Smith Uvlng County Attorney Is prjvn;d from practicing uch ewsuN. Mr. Darius wall liwllvlditivlly aoot-ji- t tjUcJi jiractlou. Id Oftlovi Hartford K.publlcva bu'.ldlag, llxn-frd- , K" I ARTHUR at KIRK nn r, fw run-dow- n WILL TAKE OUR FREE . o, M Children Cry rrM-ti- " CASTORI A it OS-SO- Collier's First Time a in Clubs rea-uon- """. ul I ( thk ' al SPECIAL TO WOMEN )j)Z.5U I - n-u- i mj) J lioix-ifrc- .i .. BULBS' -1. Is-I- Electric Bitters KILLthc COUGH the 1U I Dr. King's New Discovery r9UCHS ch J. -'- pro-ccrnr- r .v.-- " A not much of rc.al lightening, is now the tapis again. Some one, perhaps with the laudable purpose of diTO TRUCK FARM verting attention from the European war, lias again' suggested, or, at least,, hinted at, a division of Texas Into a number sovereign states. Story From Indiana Paper Tells If It came from of somewhere outside of that really imperial state woshould For Infanta and Children. About Farm of Hartford term it a suggestion. If made anywhere Inside, It could not possibly After Four Tears of Dbctmraging I had gotten so weak I could not staita, Lady's Father. Kind have been more than a hint, and and I gave up in despair. such a hint that the man making it CoaditiosU, Mrs. Baflock Gave At last, my husband got me a bottle of The following article, taken from would have to be very circumspect Up Despair. Hasfiaicl the Mt. Vernon, (Intl.) Star, will be in the choice of his words. Cardul, the woman's tontc, and I comHut however it started, it Is once of Interest to Ohio county apiarists menced taking it. From the very firaf Came to Rescae. U M slm talftiSiheRwfaniHni anil fruit growers. Mr. Smith Is the more awakening the echoes. It is dose, I could tell it was helping me. 1 lin8"'cSionarhsandIJwetit( father of Mrs. H. E. Mlschke, of only a few years since Champ Clark, Hartford, and is one of the most when a candidate for the Democratic can now walk two miles without Hi successful truck rarmers In In- - presidential nomination, referred to tiring me, and am doing all .;;y work." "'o possibility of making a Demo- - Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter dlana. Promotes DisleslionfliKtfrf1 If you are all run down from womanly Last Sunday afternoon It was our cratlc majority in the United States from this place, Mrs. JJettie Bullock nfssandRt.ConliinsnciiScr pleasure to spend several hours with Senate through making four Demo writes as follows: "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up In despair. Try Ojnum.Morpliinc nor Mineral on their cratic states out of Texas. This was Air. and Mm. Al. Smith years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui.lhe woman's tonic. It has helped an adroit and even an Insidious IsotNahcotic. "truck farm" and nplary, one-halto tho strong Democratic party this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 west of the city. JtKVeitOldDrSM-OSWXEUpon arriving at tho farm we feeling of Texas, aild never before did while, and could not Invsutr " walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should found Mr. and Mrs. Smlth.asslsted by Texas give such convincing proof of JM,ffeS,":-jvseSttheir son, Arch, "hiving" a swarm. llljr indivisibility. The Texas Demo-o- f all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has his Italian bees. This work looks 'crnts roared that, not for the making in my left side. sold Cardui for years. He knows what lamma! Ms very dangerous to one who is not! of a Democratic Senate, or even for IftmSrJ' The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomCtctitl 'Srpr trained in the handling of bees, yet the making of a Democratic presl Kttnjrrmhnr. ment relieved me for a while, but 1 was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. Mr. Smith and his wife go about the dent, would they consent to any diJbl I.M Apcrfof I Remedy forCmKlijii-- t work as if It were play, and very vision of their magnlflcant common- scon confined to my bed again. After liVlfc tti! C?iitt.nnn9. M4lelnA Ci .41. Advisory Dept., Chattanoog-a- . Ion . Sour Stonucli.Uiirriuc Tenn.. for Spccjai At this wealth. Before then. Col. Johnson of seldom receive a "sting." ...., W..W..V .. wh. Wornu,Conralsiaus.ih;rkL Houston had had hard sledlng with that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Trutaent far Women," sent mu plain wrappar. IKJIBV In time of the year the bees nre very RDti Ja ncss and Loss or Sixly. nervous and aro constantly leaving Woodrow Wilson as ngalnst Champ Clark. Afterward he found things ovtheir homes, caused from being Facsimile Signature of ercrowded with drownes. The drone easier, and Mr. Wilson was no longer mmaaamaxtsmiiift 2, mw x... r'nBmBwi. bees are the lazy ones of the lilve out of the running. Since then he " NEW VORK. KrOC? and eat the honey made by the has given credit to Col. House for KrjfWfl HVfffMMRVRf I that change. We are sure It Is misworkers. Mr. Smith never worries about the placed. If It does not belong to Col. bees "swarming" while he Is attend - .Johnson, then It belongs to Champ 5j?Jm5Bf Guaranteed underinei-oodaIng to his usual vocation In the city, Clark, and we think It belongs, pri as Mrs. Smith is as well informed In marily to Champ. Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMC CMTaUR COMPANY. NtW Tft CITY. This Texas feeling can be easily this line of work as is her husband. although they have ISO hives to look understood by anyone knowing much During the shipping season of Teyas. Een the alien can enter after. they ship honey to all adjoining cit- - into the imperial feeling of the men les as well as St. Louis and Chi- - who live In such a great community full of life and action, filled with the and who can maintain their solidarity I cago. fire of fine inspiration and followed From the apiary we were escorted In spite of cast spaces which beckon by 250 short stories of adventure", 1 avrstl to the peach orchard. Here we were on and on. It must be an Inspiration live In Texas, for it Is somewhat Peaches aiid'to agreeably surprised. more peaches, there were about ,'of an inspiration to have been there twenty-fiv- e trees all of different va- - often enough to have comprehended No Money vvaaaaBBBBBBjBBBaaBaHBBV The trees are ilt. One people in such a domain, who rlctles and sizes. iaAdrance two and three years old, and they lean maintain a horaogeneousness Satiafac-Ho- n a passion for Btate rights have literally covered with the Gnar aleed est fruit we ever saw. This year's vanquished time and distance. And Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, naBBaBBjaa- - J LoweatNet crop has been exceedingly fine, and tunt Is an achievement for. any peo- Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Fa o t Mr. Smith has sold a number of.Ple to be proud of. Globe Demo- Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best Price a gaaESBSjKBBBBaaaBHAaaalaaa! Icrat. bushels at U.50 and $2.00.' minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone Terma A From the neach orchard we were lntnenome. 1 nereis no age Savsuft of Recognized Advantages. Here then taken to the vineyard. limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free SlOO to You will find that Chamberlain's we found three or four different vn- Youth's Companion. S3 00Fac-lor- y If you do not know THE COMPANION From 1st us send you Three Current Issues rietles of grapes, and the vines were Cough Remedy has recognized advan- P. A. STARCK FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your Direct 52 Times a Year ftCSIOINT loaded to full capacity. They were tages over most medicines in uso for request. jnot the little dried up kind, but coughs and colds. It does not not 12. Those who aubscribo now. aending $2 that measured from six to .press a cough but loosens and relieves for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you wilt for IOI5, will receive The Companion eight Indies in length. One variety it. It aids expectoration and opens get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. Wo will ship jou a beautiful Starck Piano for JO days' free trial. In your magazines. In particular that took our eye and the secretions, which enables the syshome. No cnxh payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, use also our taste was a variety that tem to throw off a cold. It counterand test till piano fur 30 iltyn If. at the end of that time, you do not tlnd it the SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE hliihcst grade, sweetest toned uml finest nitwit In evtry way, that you have ever grows about the size of an ordinary acts any tendency of a cold to result neon for the money, you aro nt perfect liberty to send It back, and we will, In that It contains no opi- THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN' AND yOUTII'S COMPANION, BOTH cent, pay the freight both ways. This StarcU Piano must make good with you, pea, the bunch about two Inches long In pneumonia. ONK YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. or there Is no sale. and grapes as sweet as sugar. These um or other narcotic, and may be Easy Paymants Sava $150.00 or Mora grapes are also marketed but do not given to a child as confidently as to 9 Ton piy no cash down, but after SO dijri Wc hlp direct to you from our factory, at bring enough money, selling from an adult. For sale by all dealers, m print that uiej-o- upward of 1150.00 in (lie of trial, jou can begin pjyment on the lowest, ra.ictt terms en suggested by a piano coit of )nir piano. Wc guarantee to furnlh Js 1 y to 3 cents per pound. manufacturer. These terms are arranged to you a brttrr plin.i fur the money thin joo can Good Salesmen Wanted suit )our convenience, and It l possible for You arc assured of rmnlntj secure elsewhere. The plum orchard was next visited suu to buy a pnno for your home, witliout a satisfactory aect toned durable hlg'i grid To sell our Fruit Trees in your where seven different varieties, and . , mislrir fie money. piano. aiarsK the same condition existed there as county. Best terms known to the 4K.Ves Ccirajjjoa Mayar-Haat tho other places. One plum tree nursery business. Steady employEvtTT Starck Piano H) Itarck art , tVn have constantly on hand fl.35 in particular a' person could hardly ment, good money made selling our The Republican and Louisville Herald guaranteed for S3 ycara. the lieat ami ntnst twaiitl. slightly This ifuarantr hat Sack bri number it planoa ofuM ful Player Msicks on cm distinguish whether the fruit was excellent Trees, if you are a good all and second hand of It our SJ years of piano market. You will be deGlobe-Democr- at 1.76 standard makes taken In ex rxprrlence, and the renu lighted with the many exgrowing on the t,ree or whether It mixer' with the people. Write U3 The Reptblican and St. Louis ching- - fnr new Starck Planoa tation of nn clusive features of the was just a pyramid manufactured today for terms. The followpiano houae. rciponilble aod wonderful Instruments, and 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm ing are a few (ample bargains: will be pleased with the OAKLAND NURSERIES. by human hands, the tree being so SO Froo Mutlt $110.00 tery low prices at which Weber Columbia, Tenn. 28t8 they can be secured, heavily laden. aj 92.00 Lossons Stelnway Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and OO Other parts of this farm is comFraa Chickering 90.00 Plait look our new To every purchaser of How- - Cost of Living Problem Is SolvSend todar for Starck Pimm, we she free 93.00 posed of raspberries, strawberries, Kimball 3.10 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald piano muilc lcsm. In one of ed. 199.00 beautifully illustrated you a Starck gooseberries, hook which gives blueberries, currants, the beat known schools In large amount of InformaOur present administration prom- The uepublicajn ana JJany uwensooro inquirer 3.50 Chicago. The- - basons jrou Send for our latest complete blackberries, rhubarb, potatoes ontion regarding pianos. This can take In your own home, second hand barfraia Ust. ised to lower the high cost of living book will Interest and repreaenta by mail. This ions, etc. In fact there is not a O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k please rou. Write today. od year's free Instruction. single spot on the entire Ave acres and it certainly did in Detroit, Mich, ISM Starck Bldg.. CHICAGO A. STARCK PIANO CO.. P. that does not produce some sweet (probably the busiest city of the The Republican and Kentucky Farmer 175 United States) we find 65,000 men and lucious fruit or vegetable. on We were then taken to a large out of work all of them live The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.3t building and given a peep at the on- less than halt ot wnat tney. ,lved on s. 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer ions, that had been harvested off of before we became a nation of JiuH By reducing the pay enVaUs. Our acre of ground. DAIL.V BtTWCEN en- The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 readers will remember several weeks velope to lower contents or no J velope ot all, the purchasing power iLcyi-uii-ii ago we made mention of the fact that there was in the neighborhood is reduced and absolute necessities of four hundred bushels raised off are only consumed. All ot these cost this ground. After seeing all of the G5,000 men are enjoying low ;.--v-- r of living as promised by our admini-- ji y onions that were stored away, we do riv .. i not hesitate in saying that there is istration. Ask them how they like surely some money In onions. This It! Ask the employer who has to mfa& " ""er"-"particular kind Is sold for $2.50 to lay off his help how he feels about THE It! Detroit American Drop Forger. H --. $3.00 per bushel. SEWING Y,,r.b .iv) f .- - t.l.h n .-t.i 6 lncl.i M J ...nn,4.1ars. I I fcJ f.ZTZ i MaiJl la .Is.f.inr J iiiii' l. We wore then shown the grafted MA wNC Ii,Unlt.4rrmriaw.IJ. iiwlifljMHUu How to Prevent Bilious Attacks. tree, mention of which was also atsju.w--- -. OF I Wajn.'lcentStemra "Coming events cast their shadows At this made several weeks ago. and DuvALO . r.Uy lattoDedit QUALITY.) I Daily -C- LEVELAND ., . l.N P. M. is especially truo of ,,A, i,rJr '.. time all fruit has been gathered, and before." This .ja.m. Arr,ti.i.oa . ":iV.a appetite will aXisSu . ' there only remains a few peaches bilious attacks. Your and languid. fail, you will feel Uull . P .erl.r... i t-nl - a I "aur'tsrs Point.. Railroad ticket. on the tree. NOT to bilious attacks Five years ago Mr. Smith If you are subject BOLD purchased this five acres of ground take three' of Chamberlain's Tablets UNDER THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland. O. appoar ANY at a very small cost. At that time as soon as these symptoms off. OTHER Improvements on tho and the attack may bo warded there were no in NAME. y same. he has a beautiful For salo by all dealers. Feel right all tho time. Don't lay off o necessary outbuilding that from work for days by taking calomel horao.all Sale. For OVER 63 YCARS x keeps yovl WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. when pleasant Mo- BurkW. "Pull of Life" Northern Grosaa are needed, as well as a fine Jersey EXPCrtlCNCC rolieving'your troub150 Acres on Hartford and Rockpor Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of VJ years al cow, a bunch of fatenlng hogs and If you purchase tho NKW HOME you will on your feet, while easy to take. Don't le. Safer too, and lucccaslul seed growing behind tben. it pay In road, 1 2 miles from Broadway and have a life asset nt the price you pay, and wlU take anything else. You caa't afford alant the beii. several good head of horses. not have an endjess chain of repairs. Scasouable Specialties: it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses .sysfact, he Is excellently equipped for 2 miles from Roclcport. Sclioolhouso BBANS tem and relieves constipation. A natEarliest Red Valentino . . , $3.50 Bushel this sort of a life and is making It on. klge of farm nid church near. Quality Kefugee Extra Early., . . j.aj bushel ural remedy, natural in its actions, suro B a paying investment. Strlngless Green Pod . $1.70 Bushel New Three roads pass dwelling house in its effect and certain in results. It Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax ft.50 Bushel Considered' will After a short rest and eating just which, la on Hartford R. F. D. No. won't bo long before Liu- - Vr-Lo- x li.7 Bushel Trade Marks uavis new wnne wax . Bushel QC8I0NBS Currle'a Kust 1T00I Wax completely displace calomel in ever.f a few more 0 those fine peaches, - Most of Jand perloctly levol. Any it is the rnavamura Ac PBAS home. Children can take it freely an . we left Mr. and Mrs Smith waving onj desiring to purchase farm will do Bushel Extra Early Alaska . . . ..k . tmrlntlnn IVl.V Cheapest with perfect safety. Every bottle guar New Early Gradus Is 5 Bushel qui cllF aVartalii our opukm frw w6elbcr aa us good bye and insisting that we wefll to InvostlgaOe. Price reasonrv anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nona Hereford's Market Garden . I J 50 Bushel lloiiaairlctlrcouttdoiUlal. HANDBOOK ouliejw Bushel in the end Lightning Express Buckbee'i come and spend several more houm ble. Apply for further Information genuine without the likeness and sina -''wr.tor eutfre tldert tUnmiih Muim a Co. rocelva and a full line of on their beautiful "truck farm." Lattvca. Baatlsk. Teeaata tore of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by fateuia Uken tofcuy. to BARNETT & SON, AgenU. aprrial ttoHM, without charge, la taa Sds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growinga pricaa. list as) " Send for complete catalogue or submit ' Hartford. Ky. s i. H. WILLIAMS. sour requirements and wlllquote prices. Division of Texas. If you wunt a sewing maculae, wrlta for Buy direct from the grower Save Money. , our latest catalogue before you purchase. " A htnd.oraelr UlaitralM Write today. Mention this paper. Mr. I Ona of those wholly academic lauan nx anr cieiuiuu FOR FLETCHER'S Tin New Home Zmi MackiM Co., Orgs, Mass,. questions which can so often or late, J'nr rwtttm In the I'tek a irood remedf! ts ii. Allies' Antl-PalPills. lacafwa SJ tea, fctMsWs, arouse a great deal ot thunder if laaataOasait. WRITES OF VISIT on IS ifag nl CASTORIA HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE b You Have The Always Bought Bears the Signature of I iris ; AV f; ap-ml- le 1 t ivV 9n H IF Use 1 For Over 1 Thirty Years i i CASTORIA WES 10 Great xymmm&mr jQmkPM 4tmWmF!W I Starck Pianos orr Eaaieac Tf1'' IfieYOUTIi'S COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 un-we- re nn-jd- er 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL K2 sup-bunch- es OUR CLUBBING RATES. r Mt Playr-Plano- s rlayer-Ptsno- Twice-a-WeekOwensbo- ro Fare $ 1W MHaaaaaaai2,?f; aI1rJIV 3 22 Free-Trader- one-quart- er gkUFFALO . Address all orders to . l?&r5'' fis akHLIIIVF- THE REPUBLICAN. -- - a .jj. NEW USE LI V-VtR-- HOME For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation Var-Lti- SEEDS .... Jl-5- To-da- ISSE-a-- 4- fj-o- sckNiifie jnatrkJM. .ttaaa SaVa V H. W. BUCKBEE Cluiaren Cry W. Wsaaata, CASTORIA n jHri, tx jStTS?ffOroKTOTrr" m APPEAL FOR THE OI.fi EQUITY SOCIETY Catarrh of the Head ILATEST WAR NEWS "Peruna Cured me In Six Weeks." 5,000,000 Monday. Hussln. Two big battles, It Is believed, have already begun, or will soon begin, on the Russian side of the East Prussian frontier, and on the Kiver Screth, in Hukowlna. The Russian forces have withdrawn both In Bast Prussia and In Dukowlna, In the face of superior German and Austrian armies, so that they may be enabled to concentrate nnd tome into closer touch with their lines of communication. Asking All Those Who Believe In Its Principles Act Promptly. To Raving bfcen asked on a number j occasions what Is going to lie loue about pooling poultry, nntl 'by ono who has been n member of the A. S. of E., nntl pooled his product. It seems strange to me that Hies people who seem to be so much Interested when something is I 1o lie sold, will not move but stand Mr. Tom r. mid look like wise old owls and Dadj No. 3 Manhattan St., want some one else to start. Before "I Is. Y., writes: our recent campaign In this coun-tj- , Rochester,with catarrh of the head was for troubled every one spoko favorably nnd many jear3 before I pild much atencouragingly nnd then would not tention to It, but a few months ago make a start, but alwnjs waited tor I was so annoyed by headaches and difficulty In breathing through my llio other fellow to start and say j nose, and my eve smarted nnd looked They are now-tl iey will then follow. so Inflamed that I felt I must do calling for the county officers to do something to relieve this state of afsomething for them In the line of fairs. "I noticed one of your ads. In the Jianilllng their product. Taper, and then and there decided to you know-tha- t Brother farmers, don't try Peruna. I am pleased to say your servants who hate stood that It came up to alt my expectations, for In eIx weeks It had driven iio Jinn to your welfare can't do a the catarrh out of mV system and single thing unless you get behind I have not been troubled since." move and give the wheel a the Mrs. A. J. Tleman, 1122 Wyomlnsr St.. San Antonio. Texas, writes: "I shove? We as your officers are persuffered oer nine years with catarrh fectly powerless without your help of the head, nose and ears. Five botWe must have and tle'' of Peruna have restored me my 1he stuff before we can make a sale. health." We absolutely must have the stuff reported and pledged before we can poultry and wool poolers especially lo a single thing. Don't think that to meet at Hartford to try and get when you sign a pledge that this Is the A. S. of E. hack together and all, for It must be reported before make arrangements to handle these the sale Is made and there must be products. Not only do we want the lues or some substantial means pro- poultry nnd wool growers but all vided to finance the Job. One can't who want to see the A. S. of E. nfiord to spend valuable time to at- again launched. For those who want tend to your business simply for a fertilizer and fencing there will be ""thank you" job. some ery attractive prices made, The county officers have decided so any one wanting either of these to make a call for the county union can't afford to miss this meeting. of the A. S. of E. for Saturday, One ton of ertilizer or a few rods February 20, at 10 o'clockcJr the of enctng will pay your dues for two or three years. Come and see if this is not true. Now don't let this slip your mind, but do your duty and meet us and let's get together. You can't deny that it is educational and uplifting. It is In keeping with the teachings of the word of God. HENRY M. PIRTI.E. or People In This nnd complete reply to tho American note of protest against treatment of ncittral shipping by the British fleet was made public last night, Sir Edward Grey denies that the depression of American industries Is duo to the fleet, nnd suggests tho shortago of shipping facilities, tho falling off In tho cotton trade and "mines laid by tho enemy Indiscriminately." Tho note concedes that food for clvlllnns Is not contraband, but hints nt measures which may bo adopted as to foodstuffs by way of meeting tho German threat to sink merchant vessels. Mm lf lit (I m m tr ,;W w niie "uraCl !M?iOXy poJ&Si tjyvzL p"":jor solved once for all In' Calumet. l'or daily use In millions of kitchens has Vnivcxl that Calumet is highest not only in quality but in Itavtmng pov.tr a well in results pure to the extreme anil economical in use. Ask jour yrort r. And try Calumet next bake cl ly. Received Highest Awards CUj., Ill PiritCipofi mink, 1112. rCI. T& Eiii.ui.tL W-- U-. li... FltKC, AfilJSrS ktUai I aw I irilril mtt wWma ma hot nwlo. CdmMUtuwTitUmrmiik4fii. . (' tUti, hfOlwl. If. I I troops on tho Italian frontier. Heavy Krunre. In the West tliero has guns have been placed at favorable been a continuation of heavy artill- positions dominating the Tyrolcse ery bombardments. In which Rhcims passes. Swiss, Italian and Austrian has again suffered, nnd several In soldiers are facing one another on fantry attacks on different parts of l0 A,ps tronHor uie line, in which iioiii sines claim to have been successful. ;clmmiy,.:nlppror wmain w, apologize personally to James W. i K.mliu,d.- -A good deal of Interest , Gcninli f(,rAniercn1 Aniassador to lis being taken In the coming week IJern ,he lMlo demnnBtrnl(J1 proceedings of the British ParUamcntvhlch occurrcd , ,, ieat!r .. IA M Ante.Ttfl ' Chancellor of the Exchequer, will . make n statement on the financial I'm n d The French Ministry or arrangements between Great Britain. Russia, and Winston Marine officially announces the sinkFrance and ing by'the Gorman submnrlnc IMS Spencer Churchill, First Lord of the Admiralty, will review the naval sit- of the French steamer Vllle de Lille ' near Cherbourg ufter the crew had uation. been given ten' minutes to leave the ship. The sinking of the British Griiiuny. The German Emperaccording to dispatches from The steam collier Dulwlch by n German or Hague, has invited the American Am- submarine has been confirmed. ' bassador to Germany, James W. GerUnited States Secretary Ilrjani ard, to a conference at eastern headquarters. The Invitation bus aroused stated last night that no reply had i great Interest In Washington. Gcr- - been received from Germany to the man press comment on the American American not concerning submarine on belligerent merchant ships note of protest against German attacks in the new sea zones. sea zones is in the main unfavorable. Enemies of Industry. t To create In the mind of the peoTuesday. Germany. Count von Bernstorff.the ple a prejudice ugainst employers German Ambassador, delivered a and wage payers would seem to be note to the United States which was. the underlying intent of Free-Trad- e legislation. transmitted to Great Britain In discussion and which it was announced that the This tendency Is conspicuously eviGerman proclamation of a submarine dent In the acts and deliverances of administrawarfare against merchant ships in the present Free-Trad- e that British waters would be put into ef- tion. It will be remembered fect two days hence, unless the early in his official tenure President British Government receded In the Wilson launched the threat to hang matter of stopping shipments of on "a gibbet higher than Haman's" foodstuffs to Germany. Tho danger any manufacturer who giving the Tariff as an excuse, to neutral shipping was again point- new Free-Trad- e ed out, Berlin dispatches state that should close his factory or reduce the reply of Germany to the protest the hours of labor. From this of the United States is firm in tone Schoolmastery figure of speech the President's official family took their though friendly in form. Household Note-- . cues. The Secretary of Commerce possibility of esFruit jars should be sweet and Engluud. In a statement to the has Indicated the tablishing charges of criminal concleaned before they are put away. House of Commons In which he comspiracy against industrial producers Put a pinch of soda in the jar when pared the proposed plan for naval who should reduce or suspend prowarfare by Germany as open piracy, duction on account Slve it its final rinsing. This destroys of the Free-Trad- e Winston Spencer Churchill, First Tariff. The peerless SecretaThis Lord of you give It Its final rinsing. the Admiralty, Intimated that ry of State was prompt to destroys all old flavors. further action would be taken by same tone. In a publishedtake the utterHoarseness can be relieved by mix- the Allies to prevent the importaance soon after the elections of last ing one teaspoonful of glycerine with tion of foodstuffs in neutral ships to n November Mr. Bryan said: white of an egg, the Germany. the Lloyd-Georg- e estimated suTho low Tariff law cannot be rejuice of one lemon and enough in the House of Commons that the pealed until after the people have gar to make It palatable. cost of the war to the Allies during are kept boiling the current year will be $10,000,- - had a chance to try it nut, and now If dumplings that the election Is over, the Prosteadily from the time they are in 000,000. tected manufacturers are already rethe pot until they are taken out suming work. Some of them susthey will be much lighter. Do not The Nether The Netherlands. take the lid off oftener than neces lands presented notes of protest to pended operations or cut down their sary. Germany and Great Britain against force before the election, and they There is no better disinfectant the sea war zones and the Indiscrim- did it under conditions which left than sunshine. Let it flood the rooms inate use of neutral flags by belliger- little doubt that they hoped to arouse opposition to the new Tariff law. which are occupied, let It shine into ents. Seeing that the law is to stay they your bread boxes and butter jars; the sunshine makes tera sweet. Vienna dispatches report will now proceed to demonstrate the Russia. Silver should never be allowed to the complete evacuation of Bukow-in- a fallacy of the arguments which they stand overnight without washing. If by the Russian forces. The used in opposing reduction. All this is palpable, unmitigated it is not possible to do the dishes, Germans propose a general offensive bosh. To suppose that for political take time to wash the sliver in warm from Bukowlna to the Baltic. reasons alone, and with demand, conwater, wipe it dry and put it away. t sumption and profits at the normal, Scoop out a little of the potato Wednesday. manufacturers would curtail or alat the end and roll a piece of bacon. EnRland An aerial fleet, consist- together stop production, would voPut tho roll of bacon In the cavity. ing of thirty-ew- o English units and expensive Hake the pototo as all potatoes are eight French machines, made an at- luntarily subject their baked, but notice how rich the fla- tack on the German coast bases In plants to the deterioration and loss of idleness, and would turn adrift vor will be. Belgium yesterday, centering its atwage earners with Tho family will enjoy a Sunday tack on Zeebrugge, the submarine de somo millions of simply served by the pot. The official English statement families to support Is a tax upon hulunch or tea Of course, nothliving room fire. Sandwiches, coffee says great success attended the move. man Intelligence. ing of the kind hus occurred or very and nuts can be served with Ambassador Pago yesterday disOnly a Wood-rolittle china or linen and the novelty cussed Germany's offer to litt the could possibly occur. Wilson, a Bryan or a Redficld is enjoyable. war zone order it England would alTaking cold can sometimes bo pre- low foodstuffs to reach German civili- could Imagine It. The blight of Free-Trad- e is a matter of fact, a matvented by breathing deeply when ans. It Is not thought the comproter of record. Its evil consequences chilly. The body will soon become mise will be entertained. Tho Engmodi-fle- d warmer, because deep breathing sets lish naval losses so far total nearly have been In a limited degree through conditions attendant tho blood to circulating more rap- 10,000 men. upon the European war, but the idly. blight is still greatly in evidence, A very handsome apron to wear Admiral Behncke. In a German) making beds has two large statement explaining tho war zone and wil.l be until it is removed by while lapockets. Into which you slip things order, admitted that there was not restored Protection to American carry downstuirs or from room sufficient food to fed the people In bor and industry. to rto room. An apron like this will the empire. Great Men Hme Indorsed Protection. save many steps. Tho general necessity of some deTho unpleasant strong flavor of France The French official reuncooked onions can be removed. ports yesterday tell of successes on gree of Protection to home Industry Slice and put them In a colander, tho part of the British and French apart from all consideration of the pour boiling water on them, plunge armies. The English are said to havo policy of foreign powers is distinctinto ice water and allow them to re- gained some ground, along tho Ypres ly maintained In the messages and Jefferson, main hulf an hour. They will be Canal. In Champagne the French letters of Washington, sweet and crisp1. say they havo driveu tho Germans Madison, Monroe, John Qulncy AdWaterproof bootd underneath before back two miles. ams and Juckson, representing res"" you wear them. It is quite un easy pectively the Federal, Democratic-Republica- n and Democratic schools matter. Buy some copal varnish and Turkey The Turkish Minister is a soft brush. Glvo,'the soles of your said to have left Athens, and the of thought of the fathers, as well new boots or shoes a thin coating Greek Legation at Constantinobple. as by Webster and Cluy of the Whig with the varnish, and set the boots is In charge of the secretary, due to party.Llncoln and Seward and Blalno on a shelf with .the solos upward to the Btralned relations between the and McKInley and Roosevelt and dry. Then in two days'" "tlnie give two countries. Tatt of the Republican party, and such great Protection Democrats as unother coating, and let that get ' Samuel J. Randall of Pennsylvania, qulto dry. This treatment should be Thursday; repeated once a month, but only one and Abram S. Hewitt, of New York. Kngland Great Britain's second Burlington (Vt.) Free-Pres- s. coat, not two, be given. I Country Have Catarrh. Italy Austria is concentrating arm SMy Politics nnd ItuoincM. A lumber manufacturer In North Carolina writes to one Manufacturers' Record, of Baltimore, as follows: " Wo firmly liclltfv tlia't every business man who Is capable of weighing such questions will heartily agree with you that our present Tariff law-Ihaving bad effects on business, and if the question was placed before each Individual in the United States with politics eliminated our opinion Is thnt nt least SO per cent of them would recommend the repeal Tariff of the Underwood-Simmon- s law In favor of the Payne-Aldric- h law or one of about Its equal. Wo do not think that the case Is overstated when the writer asserts s that, "with politics eliminated," of tho great body of American industrial producers would urge tho repeal of the present Free-Trad- e Tar "'" iff and the enactment of nn adequato Protective Tariff In Its place But the trouble Is that politics cannot bo Tho Tariff Is of neceseliminated. X s to-da- y sity a political question. Jay Gould once said that his politics was "tho Erie road." So every American business man's politics should bu hln business. Whence It follows that man who wants to Improve busi ness should mix In politics far enough and bring to drive out in a Protectionist administration and ' Congress. Free-Traders ev-'c- ry four-fifth- Have a large stock of Red Top Will sell and Red Clover Seed. Think it advisable to reasonable buy early, as the outlook Is higher. Grass, Bluo Also have Burmuda Gr.is and Timothy Seed W. E. Et.MS & BRO.. Hartford, Ky. 31t4 I I n.t 59k pound, and it is true. Qvoid i OpauUtonA For years we have been stating in the newspapers of the country that a great many women have escaped serious operations by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable ComWe are permitted to publish in this announcement extracts from the letters of five women. All have been Could any evidence be recently received unsolicited. more convincing? was so nervous I could not sleep, and I thought I never would bo any better until I submitted to an operation, but I commenced taking Lydia E. llnkkam'SrVegctable Compound nnd oon felt like a new woman." Mrs. IIaywaud Sowkrs, llodgdou, Me. 2Shei.uyvii.lk, Ivv. UI suffered from a severe female trouble.I hurt me badly it was finally decided that mast bo ojwratcd upon. When my hasbatid learned this he got a bottle of Lydia, E. Piukhara's Vegetable Coiuiound for me, nnd after taking it-- few days I got better nnd continued to improve until I am now welL" Mrs. Mollie Smith, K.F.D., Shelby villc, Ky. n severe 3IIanovkr, P.v. "The doctor advised Vegetableoperation, but my mo Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound and I experienced great relief in a short time. Now I feel like a new person and can do a hard day's work and not mind it." Mrs. Ada wilt, 30J Walnut St., Hauovcr, 11a. 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