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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1915. Luce should perform 33 - the operation DARK HORSE FOR GOVERNOR A bulletin Issued this evnlng said that Mme. Bfernhnrdt's pulse and temperature wcr normal and that the condition of tho patient continued good, - and Two dians Killed in Battle. Posse 'In- MniktNl Men Visit Church. MadlsonUtle. Ky. Feb. 22. Fifty masked men visited n llttlo church Machine Grooming: Choice For Democrats. 1 Federal and Revolting Fiutes Fight in Mountains in Utah. u Grayson, Utah, February 21. In between the force of a battlo y deputies under United States Marshal Aqulla Nebokor of Salt Lake City and the band of Pluto IndlanB, outside of Blurf, two Indluns were killed, six taken prisoners, ono whlto man was killed and two were wounded. The posse Is trying to arrest the Indian outlaw. Tho posse tried to surround the Indian position at daybreak this morning, but tho Indians heard them and immediately opened fire. Joe Akin of Dolores, Colo., fell at the Firing continued for first volley. some minutes and two Indians were killed. Both, sides ceased firing and Mar-shNebcker sent Mancos Jim, a Piute, who had joined the white men, to parley with the Indians and urge them to surrender. 'After a long conference Mancos Jim returned to tho posse with the message from the Indians, "Wo will fight until death." Whilo tho marshal was receiving this information, another band of under a chlof named Cozy, came up the San Juan River, about forty strong, and attacked the posse The white men refrom behind. plied to the attack and held them off. the IndlanJ In tho meantime, camped on the rocks outside Bluff reopened tho attack and the posso , was caught between two fires. One man, whosa name Is not known, was shot through the body and Is in a serious condition. fighting the After considerable main body of Indians got away, and Is intrenched in the rocks above Bluff. Tho fighting took placo In one, of tho wildest portions of the country. Bluff (s In tho extreme southeastern portion of Utah, on the San Juan River, and at the edgo of the Navajo Reservation. This region Is the home Qf the prehistoric Cliff Dwellers, and many miles from any railroad. Tho country, except for a few upots, .1b .made up of rough mountains, separated by steep rocky can- yqns. Many parts of It have not been explored by white men. Snow has been falling In the district for some time. .Communication with Bluff is extremely "difficult owing to storms. Marshal Nebeker was reached over ..the telephone and reported conditions were extremely serious. He nald, however, that he believed the force in his chargo would be able to-daTse-Nu-G- at, al .Tse-Na-G- at I) Haly sometimes Gen. Purcell Should Mobollze to Hate Dignity. called Percy who was In Louisville Under the thrilling title. "A Call last week declined at' that time to To Arms," the Army and Navy say whether he will be candidate for Journal prints an editorial reading me nomination, ne aanmieu uujuib In part as follows: been urged by Influential friends to "If President Wilson consults his enter the contest, but said preferred military advisers he will ask author not to commtt himself until he bad ity from Congress to mobilize an given the mater more consideration. army of 1,000,000 volunteers, not 'Dope Ou Situation. for the purpose of making war, but Some Interesting 'dope' on the poof avoiding w.ar by preserving neutrality and maintaining our honor litical situation especially the Dem ocratic situation la contained' in and lgnity. un- the following clipping taken from the "Placing a million volunteers by the Research der training would amount to a dec- bulletin just Issued United States Is and News Department of the Tem laration thaT'the wkamhwIhw a ''iriatbf unnn Ira tlcriita perance Society, Methodist Episcopal aggression. It would beTCburch. South, Topeka. Kan and resist Flushed by the election of a man a measure of peace, as it might poswar toward which to the United States senate who; has sibly avert the every student been once the victim and alwayjjthe we are fast drifting,-a- a military-- hlstbry must see, and It enemy of Kentucky's liquor machine of state-wid- e Prohibitionists of the would at least partly prepare us to meet the shock of war If war must Bluegrass country have succeeded in come. It would go far to solve the making the wet and dry Issue the problem of unemployed labor with paramount question in the. forthcoming primaries and n.ext fall election, which we are contending. of volunteer when Kentucky Is lo5name a Gover"The mobilization ' troops at this tlmo could not be con- nor. Already one candidate for the strued as a hostile demonstration aealnst any nation. It would only Democratic nomination, Mr. J. W. amount to a preparation for future Newman, who had been a highly sucwar. cessful administrator of Kentucky's developments in the world-wid- e Switzerland and Holland have mob- State agriculture work has announcilized their troops to maintain their ed himself squarely In favor of Stateneutrality and similar steps are be- wide prohibition. Only one candidate ing taken by Italy. None of these Is understood to be openly opposed nations is more vitally interested or to prohibition. Indications are that Kentucky will deeply involved in the European war than ia the Uiilted States, at the pres- vote upon the question of State prohibition as quickly as the next adent time. "The necessity of calling out a ministration can bring the matter to volunteer army Is made more urgent a ballot. None Are Outspoke. because of the policy which Is being preached from The reference to one candidate bethe housetops with the tacit, It not ing openly opposed to State wide prowith the open approval of those In hibition obviously refers to Conauthority.. ' Foreign nations not only gressman A. O. Stanley, who recentrealize that we. are not prepared to ly announced himself an entrant In defend ourselves, but are under the the primaries. In this connection, (Everett Impression that we never will be. to capture however, It is pointed out that prac''On this account neither Germany tically all of the candidates who have Hatch), the renegade Piute wanted ror murder, and his father, Old Polk, nor Great Britain is giving any seri- thus far announced have failed to ous consideration to the protests of make clear their attttude towrad the leader of the Indians. except In State-wid- e Agent L. O. Creel departed the State Department, preferring, prohibition, Indian yesterday for Bluff on orders from words, and JaDan Is Koine ahead with in their formal statements to shift Washington to endeavor to pacify its plans for the domination of China the burden on the voters themselves, .. .. .. . I. a v.l,ll All I..- -, .111 mum .a bud uuu iud Yin ..111 iu !.. n tno v ratiui AAnM niiuuuif vw..- - with the general statement, "we favIndians ana1,1UUUCU .k up the wanted men. D. S. Cook, as- - slderlng the wishes or the interests or submitting this end of the quesdistant United States district Attor - , of this country, tion to the people." "This Is ominous of war, for In jiey of Salt Lake, departed for Bluff Those In close touch with the adthis afternoon to assist in the prose- - the end the belligerent Instincts of ministration declare Lieut. Gov. E. cution of any Indians who may be ( this country, which are only lying J. McDermott, for Instance, could taken and who will be arraigned at dormant, will be aroused by a reall not hope io carry Louisville, his home GraysoiK before United States Com zatlon that our people have been mis- city, if he showed an inclination to led by the false theories of the peace the State-wid- e program. The same mlssloner Peter Allen. -Have those in authority thing, they assert, Is true with reffanatics. 'Surgeon Takes Off Sarah Bernhardt' foreotten how. after the firing upon erence to Henry M. Bosworth in the Ft. Sumter, In 1861, and again, attor city of Lexington. Judge C. S. Nunn Feb. nnrrinnux. . - - . 22. The right leg. the sinking of the Maine In 1898, has openly declared bis opposition of Madame Sarah Bernhardt, the fa- war came line u iweu uui ui u ticu to the "fool notton" of prohibition, the signs and Stanley is understood to be mous tragedlene, was amputated to- sky? He who right-read- s day at the St. Augustine Hospital at of the heavens can see the war clouds against any extentlon of temperance once more gathering. Arcrachon. laws now In force In Kentucky. "It the President should call for The operation, made necessary by Will Sweep PUtter. an affection of the knee, which had such an army as is proposed, these As a result all of theso men will Caused mUCn BUuerillg lur mnoii nguresaiuun uu mo ymi ui wio imyears, was performed by Prof. de. Powers would cease, and Is it not get beqtds the support in their our teeth T mediate communities a smattering of time that we showed Luce, of the Bordeaux University vote In other sections, Prof. Pozzl was to have conducted During the present war no one can tho liberal antl-prwas afford to engage la hostilities with thus hopelessly dividing the the operation yesterday, but he while the "drys will forces called to the colors to serve at the this country, although It is obvious ntbttlon Hospital in Paris and to all that our State Department Is concentrate on one man. any of Its It Is because of this situation, ad3ie found It Impossible to leave' hU not In a position to enforce Every step In the diplo- ministration men say that their demands. duties for several days, controversy between Germany man running on a. prohibition platMadame Bernhardt refused to sub matic . v. what aha eourace- - and- - the AlllM emonaslzea the UB- - form' will sweep the platter of the vote which will return their ously called her release from bond- - preparedness of this nation to defend "dry" candidate a winner In the primaries. Prof, de itself agalnBt aggression. age and it was decided that peace-at-any-prl- ce . thrco miles north of Nortonvllle Sat urday night at tho close of the ser vice, fifteen of thorn entering the building, and walked down the Isle to tho front whero the leader Issued a warning to those who had, been makliiK a nractlco of disturbing wor ship there, advising against It occur- ing again. y here N'ortonvllle citizens stated that the masked speaker told the audience that the drinking of whiskey, smoking cigarettes and fighting about the church must cease immediately. Before leaving the church the speaker warned the audience not to leave the building for thirty minutes and many Insisted on remaining there all night. The report here Is to the effect that the conduct of' a number of persons who have been attending the services there has been bad. A second visit to the alleged disturbers was promised If the occasion demanded. to-da- General Percy Haly Admits He Is Considering Entering The Race. A writer In Tuesdays Loulsjllle Herald says: "That the administration's "dark horse" in the Democratic gubernatorial race will be named this week was a story discussed by politicians last night. That with this candidate's announcement of participation In the August prlmaries-'wll- l come a declaration in favwas or of State wide prohibition another report which could neither bo denied nor affirmed because the administration's leaders declined to divulge the Idenlty of the man pick ed to make the race. well-informflat-foote- d um, 6ii o- j.i.. patches concerning the massacre that had been brought to his station by DEADLY DUEL a river steamer. He sized up his job, "Mashed the news to the east, and WITH! KNIVES IN HIGH COURT then settled down to the Sending of the telegrams to the War Depart ment in Washington, a task that required 21 hours. During that time Has Right To Refuse In- Carnahan did not leave the key. Roach Cuts Throat of Steve Coffee and sandwiches were handed spection of Files. Taylor. him now and then during the long shift, and a towel was wet and placed on his head at Intervals. Carnahan got three hours sleep On A Preliminary Hearing Before Decision of Supreme Court No after sending his official dispatches. Judge Wilson Roach Out On Ho was then aroused to wire the Surprise To Officials story to New York papers who had Recogniznnce. of Road. been clamoring for the details for telehours. There was no other graph operator within 200 miles. Washington, Feb. 23. In sustain- Carnahan worked at the key 20 hours Magan station was the scene of a ing Judge Evans' refusal to force more before finally completing his tragedy shortly after 1 o'clock last the L. & X. Railroad Company to task. Saturday afternoon, when a knife dupermit the Interstate Commerce Com The receipts of Carnaban's office el between S. D. Taylor and Theomission the right to examine priv- during tho first two days were ?3,- - dore Roach took place in front of ileged correspondence, the Supreme 000. When the correspondents ar- Crode Brown's general merchandise upheld the argument of rived their dispatches added $1,320 store. Taylor was killed, and Roach-waCourt Attorney Helm Bruce at every point. to the treasury, and one of the rebadly cut. In brlof. Justice Day, who handed porters gave Carnahan a $50 tip. According to the best information down the decision dectared that since Carnahan has never told tho story obtainable Taylor was a tenant on the Interstate Commerce Commission of the messages that were exchanged the farm of Roach, and resided on had drafted Section 20 of the act between President Grant and Gen. a farm adjacent to Roach. A dis under which it was operating in the Custer which preceeded the Little agreement arose several months ago L. & N. case, and since that section Big Horn expedition. They have al- in regard to the disposition of some did not specifically give the com- ways been supposed to have caused corn planted by Taylor. Roach and mission access to correspondence, It the resentment which drove Custer Taylor had been at "outs" since that was evident such was not the Intent to recklessness on the fatal ride. time, but the friction between them of the law. The veteran operator was at the was not thought to be of a serious The court held that only "ac- key for 53 years. He protested when nature. counts, records and memoranda" of his company sent him to Bismarck, Saturday Roach and Taylor met in a railroad are Bubject to seizure and a frontier town that gave quarter In front of Crode Brown's store. The W. L. search by the commission. those days to a rough element. He quarrel was resumed, and a moment, Mapother, of the L. & N., ejected consented to go, however, in 1873, on later the men whipped out knives , from the offices in Louisville agents the promise that he would be reliev- from their pockets. Taylor is said of the commission who sought to ed in a short time. His relief came to have started the fight ,by slashing The inves- in 1890. examine correspondence. Roach on the head with his knife. tigation was made under the Lea Before anyone could Interfere the Senate resolution. men clinched and slashed each other NARROWS. Result Was Expected. and several times, before Taylor threw Misses Dimple Kuykendall The decision of the Supreme Court Pauline White spent Saturday and up his hand apdl started to walk came as no surprise to W. L. Mapo Sunday with relatives in Owensboro. away. He had' "walked about four ther, vice president of the Louisville Mr. Oscar Petty attended a meet- feet when he pitched headlong to and Nashville railroad, who precipi- ing of the W. O. W:,at Leltchfield the ground. He was dead before " tated the clash with the Interstate this week. anyone reached him. Roach was cut 4 Commission, two inspectors of which Mrs. Cyrus Sharp has been called so badly that he was unable to speak, body called unexpectedly at the L. to the bedside of her mother, Mrs. and he was rushed to his home, & N. executive offices here on Febru about a mile from Magan station. Ida Renfrow, Louisville. Mrs. ary 3, 1914, and demanded Access lifeless-bod- y rof "Taylor waa thoughrto bevery to the files of the railroad company, serious. carried into the store and an examifor the puprose, they said, of securMr. Roy Foreman and wife attend nation revealed that the jugular vein ing data on the railroad's earnings. ed the oratorical contest at Fords-vlll- e had been severed. Taylor was about Mr. Mapother flatly refused to fifty years of age, and is survived Friday night. to the request, and, It was reMr. Robert Taylor, carrier on R. by his widow and a large family. An ported at that time, found It neces P. D. No. 1, spent a few days the first Inquest was held over his remains sary to eject forcibly the Inspectors, of the week with his parents near shortly after the killing occurred, who demanded In the name of the In- Whltesvllle. and the verdict of the jury was reterstate Commerce Commission the Renfrow, Sunnydale, turned according to the facts In the Miss Mollie right to Inspect accounts, records and spent last week with her brother, Mr. case, memoranda of the. railroad. Roach is a prominent farmer of A. R. Renfrow and family. 'Upon the refusal of the railroad By hard Mrs. Ed Berkley and children re- the Magan neighborhood. to permit such an Inspection of Its turned home Wednesday from Ola-to- n work and sagacious dealings he, affairs, the commission instituted where they had visited relatives amassed considerable wealth, and is. mandamus proceedings against the for several days. regarded in his community as a man railroad to compel the railroad to acMrs. M. E. Powers Is with her of independent circumstances. He If cede to its demands. The proceed- daughters, Mrs. Jack Walker, Horse well thought of and was never ing was heard before Judge Walter Branch, who Is HI. known ,to. have been In trouble beEvans, of the Federal Court here, Mr. Wesley Maples who has been fore. Part of his nose was cut oft: and he ruled that a railroad or other on the sick list for some time is Im- several teeth were clipped off and. as nterstate corporation can be compell- proving. ' has a jagged wound in his head. Htf, n ed to open its books to the commisyears old. Mr. Ernest Truman, Olaton, was in is sion only upon some specific demand town Monday. Monday Roach came to town and . and for a specific purpose. An appeal Mrs. Anna Christian, Frledaland, surrendered to the authorities. Hii, from this decision was taken by the who has been visiting her parents, face and head was literally covered commission at Washington to the Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Daniel has re- with gashes from Taylor's knife, but , Supreme Court of the United States, turned home. be wilt soon recover, unless compll-- , upheld the contenwhich body Duncations should occur. , Mr. and Mrs. Byron Truman, tion of the railroad and the decision dee, spent Sunday with their parents, After a preliminary hearing before of Judge Evans. Judge Wilson he was permitted to Mr and Mrs. B. P. Petty. When told of the decision of the Mr. and Mrs. Otis Duff, Sulphur go on his own recognizance until Supreme Court Mr. Mapother Bald Springs, visited the family of Mr. R. Wednesday, March 3d, when his ex; that it comes as no surprise to htm M. Kuykendall Saturday and Sunday. amtnlng trial will be concluded. and that he was confident from the Mr. Jesse Kuykendall Is visiting beginning that the commission was his grand-parentPalmer's Lyceum Quintette. Mr. and Mrs. Roboverstepping the bounds of Us au- ert Duff, Sulphur Springs. Fairmont, W. Va. It one Is to thority. Mr. J. H. Thomas was In Owens- judge by the enthusiastic applause which greeted every number of the boro Wednesday. Women Accused of Rifling Malls. Shreve, was In Palmer's Lyceum Ladles at the NorMr. Leslie-GodsePaducah, Ky Feb. 25. Mrs. At-ti- o town Saturday on business. mal last night, this ontertainment Chestnut, station agent at was the banner number of the course. near here, nnd her assistEvery selection was encored. It was, WEST PROVIDENCE. ant, Miss Nellie Houston, were Feb. 22. Farmers have taken ad- most charming, all through; ,nnd the y Inspecby post-offimost pleasing it was tors, charged with rifling the malls. vantage of recent pretty weather and that there wer feautre about and no no poslngs, have made some plant beds. Some The Inspectors declare tho arrests Every singer was slmi , have been reported affectation. were brought about by means of de- few gardens pie, clear and effective in her art.t planted. coy packages. Mrs. Chestnut is one llev. Hiram P. Brown filled his ap- and the rendering of the "various of the most prominent women in this pointment here Saturday and Sun- selections helped the younger folks section and is considered wealthy. to set right standards. As a reader., day. Mrs. R. W. Maddox, who has been Effle C. Palmer Is a. star, Her story Hero Telegrupher Pensioned. The telegraph operator John M. on the sick list for several wcoks, of the gossip, by Wiggins was a piece of art rarely equaled, and, RHey,'flr Carnahan who sent our from Bis- Is thought Jo be improving. Mr. Thomas Render has also been "Old Sweetheart," was given with marck. N. D.. one of the biggest piano accompaniment in a 'manner, stories the world ever knew, 80,000 on the sick list for two months., , Mr.'Sllas-Scot- t was yllnltyj that for an' encore brought forth tA words on the Cusfer massacre off tho Irish, selection that Increased the ap Big Horn, In July, 1876. has Thursday. Little plause with a generosity wblon ia Bishop, of Mr. and Mrs. Edln Just been retired on a pension. spent Saturday and Sunday dlcated the hold the entire program early life was indeed Carnahan'a thrilling. He was a telegraph op- with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Maddox had on the audience. Times. The Palmers will appear at College erator in that part of the Union army and family. Ashley was In Beaver Hall Wednesday, March 3. , Mr. 8. A. which fought many battles in East Tennessee, and through his hands Dam Monday. To look after SIeuaaB Want Mr. and Mrs. Raymond English many important messages passed. was on the morning of July 6 was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. our interest in Ohio and adjacent it counties. Salary of Commission. Adthat Carnahan found on his desk a Stun, Paradise, Saturday and, dress Lincoln Oil Co., 'Cleveland, O. earpet bag filled with official dis L & N. WINS to-d- s -- ac-ce'- ,, fifty-seve- to-d- ay s, to-da- " in-tu- ls Cen-tertow- n, ..', J ' general party support, while his ar- are the convictions gt Justlco Hughes exposing the weakness of the regarding the duties ahead of tho OUTLAW FRANK gument TIMBER FOR first Wilson bill was a masterpiece court and their importance to tho In fact. It so nation that oven the compulsions of j of legal dissection. DEAD polltcal necessity PRESIDENCY riddled the hapless measure that It I against them. may have no force ! THE completely rewritten. was What Roosevelt Is learning. Uorah of Idaho, has been less It Is an open secret among tho prominent In ship purchase discust 01 IclSSeS UUl that ' In the whole Republicans Will Have sion, but hisbeen one recordmasterful tlmatcs of Thcodoro Roscvclt mlml LaSt thn domlnntlnir Interest In thn of Senate has Missouri Home. ability, combined with a personal of the former President is the cam- Abundant Material. . charm which tempts his conservative jpalgn of 1916; not necessarily that friends to overlook his occasional he shall Influence the selection and However, this Is no sin at least be a powerful factor In re- Frank James And Brother Jesse radicalism. Weeks, Borah, Benton, Root, Cum- - In the eyes of Progressives, and tiring Wilson and Bryan from public Were In Many Cow- the Progressives element doubtless life an achievement to which ho Is mings, Mann and Hughes something tangible in known to have set his heart. If anywill demand aidly Holdups. Mentioned. the nominee. Borah is youngest of thing can supplant his own ambition candidates, is contented In the 'to sit again In the White House, It all the Senate, and the frequent remark, is this, for the Colonel's contempt "Washington, Feb. 20. Western "He can afford to wait," may not be for the Democratic President audi Excelsor Springs, Mo Feb. 19. j the Secretary arc beyond expression. Frank James one of the last survlv-- I Jlepubllcnns who are conning Presi- without significance. It has been said by men usually Ing members of the notorious James dential possibilities think that John Mann, ,Mnter of IRNlatlon. AV. Weeks already Is a candidate for that Roosevelt became gang, died on his farm near hero The Mann boom is likely to be the nomination and that James R. pushed hard by a group of men in convinced after 1912 that he never Thursday afternoon. James, who was Mnnn almost certainly will be. Illinois and elsewhere, who recognize could he elected President again and 74 years old, had been In ill health and wns stricken Senator Lodge In his famous Sym n the minority leader a past master '.that It would be folly for him to try. several months phony Hall speech stated only what n tnc art 0f legislation and who feel However that may be, thousands of with apoplexy early yesterday. One of tho last members of a nolor-- I he has said repeatedly before and as w(ln McKlnley, the man who Progressives undoubtedly will look since, that he had no ambition be- knows Congress best can achieve the to htm for judgment upon the can- - tous robber band whose unparalleled yond that of serving as a Senator best results In the White House. dldates as they pass In review, and It farcer of crime during the Civil Wnr of the United States from MassachusMann has carried cheerfully and ably is a fact that the Colonel Is detcrmln- - and the unsctlcd period that follow-'e- d to acquire first hand knowledge of ed kept the people of a dozen States etts. No Senator from Maine. Ver- the whole burden of Republican remont, New Hampshire. Ithode Island sponsibility In the House and has the life, death and Christian suffer- - in tcrrlor, Frank James had bceii or Connecticut cherishes Presidential been a real leader. Inasmuch as he Jlngs of every Republican whom an the life of n quiet farmer for more admiring constituency would elevate than thirty years, aspirations, nor Is any other Repub- has arrived at his own decisions ' The son of a minister, respected lican name mentioned In that conand he has enforced his will to the highest place In the land. The nection. regardless of Colonel has made a faithful study throughout the community, Frank colleagues, dii his In the Days of Blaine and Reed. praise or protest. He Is too sturdy of the careers of Messrs. Wilson and. James joined Quantrell's guerrillas New England, it Is true, has al- a partisan to appeal to the Progres- Bryan, which he Is expected to Ilium-- , in the Civil Wur, together with his most lost the habit of Presidential sives at all, and probably no one lnate in his way before the country brother, Jesse, and took part In the During the years of takes his candidacy less seriously from time to time; and it he falls sacking of Lawrence, Kas. candidacy. DInice's consuming ambition Blaine than he himself. But Illinois is a to be a candidate himself lie at least When the war came to an end had so .grown as a national figure great State, and she would not be will try to learn what man among they were hunted far and wide by that locality was hardly regarded. following the course instinctively the various offerings is best fitted to relatives of those who had met death The disadvantage seriously affected worked out for the preliminaries of command a vote that will wipe Wil- at their hands, driven here and there Many Thomas B. Reed, however so seri- 1916 If she did not presnt one fav-irl- son, Bjryan & Co. off the political they soon became outlaws. map. ously that men from his own ternotorious crimes of tho decade folson to the convention. lowing the war have been laid at Party Is Rich in Good Candidates. ritory incurred his lasting hatred by Mr. Mann has clearly earngang. The point to bear in mind regard- - the door of tho James-Youngpreferring the McKlnley band wagon. ed the next Republican Speakership, Moreover, the same qualities that if he Is not nominated for President. Ing this whole fascinating subject is of which the surviving members were that not only has the Republican Frank James and Cole Younger, the made Reed great as Speaker and that Hughes and the Supreme Court. have given Mr. Mann his wonderful It is a common saying here that party at hand a surplus of excellent j latter of whom Is now living at I.ccs grip on the minority In the House If Justice Charles E. Hughes of the material for the Presidency, but that Summit, Mo. Among these deeds worked against his popularity as a Supreme Court should declare his it need not go outside men of proved were: candidate, for the martinet some- willingness Many During Raids. to be nominated for experience right here In Washington j times can command battalions bet- President no other name would be for a candidate, unless it prefers to Tho raid on the Commercial Bank ter than votes. New England's po- mentioned In the next Republican do so. No slates are being made and at Liberty, Mo., in 1866. One bank litical' influence unquestionably has National Convention. This may be no politician of prominence is com defender was killed and $70,000 was weakened in the last ten years, per- true, but Justice Hughes will mak mitting himself to any candidate in stolen haps never to be regained, and it no such declaration. Looting of the Russellvllle, Ky His friends advance. All realize that the selecwill toe admitted by all falrminded know well enough his own attitude tion must be made with reasonable bank in 1S6S for $17,000. men that locality might decide the 'oward the suggestion and reali7e spontaneity, when the time comes, Bank robery at Gallatin, Mo., In issue against "Weeks when nothing that even should the unexpected hap- and that the worst that could happen 1S6S, in which the cashier, Cnpt. else 'would. pen and he be defeated, he still would to any aspirant for a long time would John W. Sheets, was murdered. Personality Will Count. Robbery of a bank at Columbia, regard that action as unfortunate for be to have it understood that he is Against this condition, however, the country. the favorite of any prominent group. 'Kv., In which R. A. O. Martin, the is to be set the peculiar circumcashier, was killed. This was in The gentlemen of the Supreme 1372. stances under which a Republican Court, It Is well understood, regard Colds and Croup in Children. UaI(l " bank at Corydon. la.. In candidate must accept the nomina- the next ten years as pregnant wltti Many people relv upon Chamber- g tion in 1916. If it is true, as it apMM was stolen l 1S"3-case- s possibilities for their Iain's Cough Remedy implicitly m'wh,ch pears to be, that New York is al- bench and they are believed to have of colds and croup, and It nev- - j Tl,c wrecking and robbing of the ready lost to the Democrats and that a complete understanding among er disappoints them. Mrs. E. H. - "och ls,u"" 'uc"'c lra" j near Council Bluffs, In., the fireman the .West -- is. uniting ou tuecry Qf themselves that under no circum Thomas, Logansport, Ind writes "Anybody to heat Wilson," person- stances shall politcs be permitted to "I have found Chamberlain's Cough !woumled and 8everal Passengers in- ality ' must be taken into account interfere with their work. Not only Remedy to be the best medicine for Jured. as carefully as locality. The man great national but portentous inter- colds and croup I have ever used, and The box office in the fair grounds who can be depended upon to treat national questions are impending never tire or recommending it to my; at Kansas City, Mo., was robbed of all factions as friends and to stand which will demand of the court that neighbors and friends. I have al- $9,000 in daylight in 1873. independently and stoutly upon his its ripest experience be united in an ways given it to my children when Detectives surrounded the James own feet for the genral welfare is unbroken effort to repair anew the suffering from croup, and It has nev- home, near Kearney, Mo., on Januthe type of man the convention may foundations upon which the republic er failed to give them prompt relief." ary 25, 1S75, and threw a lighted demand, regardless of residence. It of the future must rest. To dis- For sale by all dealers. m bomb into the house, thinking to kill may take Weeks as readily from rupt the Supreme Court, even to disthe James brothers. It exploded, t tearing the arm off of their mother Massachusetts as Borah from far turb it in the gigantic tasks it faces, An Object Lesson. Idaho. would be regarded by Justice Hughes Japan has tureatened military ac- and killing their brother Archie. Although the James boys particiSoftening Toward Root. 10 less than by all other members tion to force China to meet demands pated in hundreds of robberies, it is A noteworthy fact in connection if the court as supremely unwise if made upon her concerning Kiao Chau now generally believed with the preliminary gossip is that not positively unpatriotic. So deep the Chinese territory from which that there the The leading men here all have grown Japanese recntly ousted the Germans were also hundreds of robberies charged up to them of which they stronger during the present session and it is reported in a dispatch from of Congress, owing to the extraorPeking that public men and news- were innocent. Finally Surrenders. dinary work they have been called papers are urging President Yuan In 1882, after Jesse James had upon to do. For example, a remarkShi Kai to let Japan seize by force been shot and killed in his home In able fcoftentng of opinion is noticewhat she wishes, as China would be Joseph, Mo., by Bob Ford, also a able toward Elihu Root, who will unable to oppose her, but refuse to St. bandit, for a reward of $50,000, retire from the Senate in two or three grant humiliating concessions. woekb. Other great international This is a pitiable instance of what Frank James surrendered in Jefquestions have engaged Congress and Thousands HaveBeen Helped may happen to a country that neg- ferson City, Mo. After his surrender James was the country since the vote on Panalects its national defense and is withBy Common Sense taken to Independence, Mo., where ma Canal tolls, and the wise experiout either military spirit or preparSuggestions. he was held in Jail three weeks, and ence and skill of Root have exerted edness. later to Gallatin, where he remained a profound influence upon Congress The Chinese Empire has an area Women suffering from any form of of 1,502,420 English square miles, in jail a year awaiting trial. and public opinion at a time when The trial was hard, fought and the weakness and Incompetency of 'emale Ills ore invited to communicate and an estimated population of promptly with the lasted several weeks. Finally James the Administration have been most wo man '3 private notorious. Root's speech on the Japan has an aera of 260,738 was acquitted and went to Oklahoma correspondence deto live with his mother. Ho never shipping bill is pronounced one of partment of the Ly-d- ia square miles and a population of was In the penetentlary and never the greatest addresses ever made in E. Pinkham Medwas convicted of any of the charges the United States Senate, while his icine Co., Lynn, Yet China can only make feeble willing acceptance of election to the Mas3. Your letter protest if Japan appropriates her against him. Ill health kept James close to his New York Constitutional Convention will be opened, read territory and does not dare offer armfarm for the last six months. His and answered by a ed resistance. lias shown his readiness to accept i Wfr--Bjro1is,- J tviSk tFiftKriXFt woman and held In t service wherever he could be of most China for the same reason has wife and a son were with him at his strict confidence. A woman can freely death. we. ' talk of her private illness to a woman ; been subject to the dictates and inFuneral services have been arrangn Stronger. Mutton Ha.- a confidential sults of European nations that have ed for Saturday at thus has been the farm home. Burton, of Ohio, like Root, disap- - porr,snnni Vnwestablished extended over at will seized her ports or invaded which has Burial will be in Kearney, Mo., the pointed his friends by his refusal to mnny yeara anj which has never been her territory. make a campaign for broken. Never have they published a It is not the policy or desire of little town the former outlaw first when, as the outcome proved, both testimonial or used a letter without the the Western world to arouse China knew as a boy. could have come to the Senate; but written consent of the writer.and never to the full exertion of its military How to Prevent Bilious Attacks. Burton, as the antagonist of river has the Company allowed these conf- strength, but she is a standing ex"Coming events cast their shadows idential letters to get out of their posand harbor malapproprlatious and as thousands ample of what befalls a nation In- before." This is especially true of as genius in opposition to session, in the hundreds of the capable of f them their files will atUit bilious attacks. Your appetite will the shipping bill has made himself China Is a great object lesson in fall, you will feel dull and languid. 6ut of the vast voluma of experience a great figure In current legislation. the necessity for preparedness. If you aro subject to bilious attacks M,Jble Burjon has only friends among the U)a y, Nashville Banner. take three of Chamberlain's Tablets Republicans and the sincere respect knowiedge needed in your case. Noth- as soon as these symptoms appear Society may not , fog is asked in return except your good vf his opponents. top That Cough Now. and the attack may be warded off. want a bachelor in the White House will, and their advice has helped thou- m When you catch Cold, or begin tb. For, sale by all dealers. a hopeless one but good J sands. Surely any woman, rich or poor, at least government has nothing to fear from should be glad to take advantage of this Cough, the first thing to do is to ' generous oner or. assistance. It Address take Dr. Bell's Burton. ) Lydla E. Pinkham Medicine Co., (conpenetrates the linings of the Throat Of Cummin and Borah. fidential) Lynn, Mass. and Lungs and fights thn Cerma of Cummins of Iowa, also has outIakats as CMlirta, Every woman ought to have the Disease, giving quick relief and done himself of late in the Senate. 80-panatural healing. "Our whole fami- V A little less of a party man than any Lydift E. Pinkham' Yt Nan Always tagM Text Book. It Is not a book for for of the others, he is very able. His general distribution, as it is too ly depend on I substitute chipping bill, providing for expensive. It is free and only Coughs and Colds," writes Mr. E. Bears the the building of an American mer- - obtainable by mall. Write lor Williams, Hamilton. O. 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Tlie Itorfcptirt Hhw Mill OVh Land, leaM, Buildings "d Bund Haw IntM to tho nt unction a mi entirety, In Kiotipti or in Noted Soil Specialist Tells What IiIkIinI bidders without limit or rocrw, Milijcct to npprotul of court mi llio premise. Is Wrong With Many Unpro- -- lltiginnliiK nt U o'clock a. m. By order tif the United KtatOH District Court, In Bitnkruptry, Wm. Houthcrn Dlhtrlct of Ohio, Western l)U Motif No. 11. WlilttnUer, Ilefcre; Joseph L. Luckncr, Trustee; I'eck, HIinlTer Vi Perk, Attorney. All of the ltenl Kstate m recordti) In the Ohio county Clerk', office nt Hartford, the tounty hent of Ohio count), Kentucky, where, the metes nnd hounds are described, tI.: Jyit 1. sliced Hook ill, pnee :HM(, known a the old Woodlitirn saw mill lot appraised at $l,U.0. Im 1! Deed Hook "i, Phrc 5.1:1, comprising a little mcr one acre of laud nnd on the waters of Green Itlver, appruhed at .yi0. I(,t :i Deed Book 1!, I'ukc ."KW, known as lot No. :i in Hockport, Ky., 't, ROCK.PORT, jsrsr. creclrxoca.vy, 3VEctrol3L 17, IOIS ductive Orchards. Benton Harbor, Mich. Prof. Henry U. Bell, agronomist of the Middle West Soil Improvement Committee, of the National Fertilizer Association, Is known as the "Dirt Doctor" y many Michigan fruit growers. He was relating somo of his experiences today. "A few Winters ngo," ho said, "I visited a young orchard which had made wonderful growth. Tho wood was freo of scale had a good, healthy color. I told the owner so nnd ho replied, 'Yes, hut I'm not growing timber; nnd tho entire planting has not yet borne, a bushel of fruit. For n few years I grow strawberries and other small fruits, then I plowed It up and put in a cover crop t. of U'r had a cover crop nearly every year now, nnd when It didn't I mulched the trees with straw or stable manure. The soil Is certainly rich enough, but the fruit doesn't grow.' "A look nt the orchard soil con firmed his statements. It was literI ally filled with organic matter. turned to him nnd esked, 'You've seen pigs grown on corn alone, broken down with bones not strong enough to carry them? "He nodded assent, and caught the Idea: "I'vo been feeding the orchard an unbalanced ration It's had nitrogen out of all proportion to the other plant foods Its growth has been abnormal.' " 'That's It exactly,' I replied. I suggested dropping the mulching for a few years and using Phosphoric Acid and Potash to balance the excessive amount of nitrogen already In the soil. This appealed to him. Sinco then he has been balancing tho soil's ration, and profitable fruit crops have been the result. huch-when- appraised nt lAtl I. .'10, IftO.OO Deed Hook 20, rage fi!5, consisting of three lots, hchiK nuiuhered it'.!, situated in the central west dice of the town of Rockport, Ky., appraised nt fjUli.'.OO. Ixt ". Deed Hook .'til, I'akc 2il, heiuK part of the mill lot, appraised nt :il nnd $700.0(1 Also, nil the Chattel property a iter nppralsment ou file. TKIIMS CASH on eonflrnintlon of court. Auction catalog mailed free upon application to THE MERCANTILE AUCTION COMPANY .Successors to The Kzcklel & Heruhcltn Co., Auctioneers, nnd confiscatory for our Democratic lawmakers to have Imposed a stnmn tax or tiny other additional burden upon the common carriers of our country. But why shouhWhe telegraph and telephone nnd express companies have been mnrked for a special prlv- Ilego and nontaxable distinction by these eminent nnd patriotic Democratic representatives nnd senators who pose as the hereditary guardians and natural champions of that Inoffensive little human doormat who calls himself "The Common People?" The Record Is a Democratic news paper. Its markers for the most part e are wool Democrats but never stamp tax Democrats. But the Record never sneezes when a Democratic administration takes snurr. It Is printed for the people. It has criticised this stamp tax war revenue law Inflicted upon the people by a Democratic administration and will continue 'to criticise the inequalities, absurdities and extortionate features of this system enacted by a Democratic congress and signed by a Democratic president. The Record Is not however. Its columns nre open to senators or representatives who may have an Itching desire to rush Into print to defend this masterpiece of a war revenue tax system let loose upon the nation In times of peace. I dyed-ln-thone-side- d, Vaflderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sobs into the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select group of boys. Write MATHENEY & BSTTS For catalogue and information. Box A. II Sfc faaajsjfj"V fyF&Krtk2&; i I ! I - ji No. 334 Main Street. BUREAU OF MINES MAKES ITS REPORT 2,451 Men Lose Lives Under CINCINNATI. OHIO. nnd last but not least the fine spirit of 'on the part of all concerned." pensation laws; Cold Are Often Most Serloui -- Stop Possible Complications. The disregard of a Cold has often brought many a regret. The fact of Sneezing, Coughing, or a Fever should be warning enough that your system needs immediate attention. Certainly Loss of Sleep is most serious.. It is a warning given by Nature. It is man's duty to himself to assist by doing his part. Dr. King's New Discovery is based on a scientific analysis of Colds. COc at your 3 druggist. Buy a botflo y. Earth in the Year 1914. BUte of Ohio. City of Toledo, Lucas County, f Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he 2a senior partner of the nrm of F. J. Cheney ft Co., doing business In the City of Toledo. 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Everybody who is afflicted with Comparing tho deatbB with the There is a new Villa propagranda year 1&13, there is a decrease of 334, In this country. Since the recent Rheumatism in any form should by or cne man less for nearly every day Cientifico convention at San Antonio, all means keep a bottle of Sloan's Tax., and its action toward holding Liniment on hand. The minute you in the year. "Shocking is the violent death of another "peace conference" in Mexi- feel pain or soreness in a Joint or 2,45l' men In ayeor's time by a co, Villa has been explolted'ln a num- muscles, bathe it with Sloan's Linipeaceful industry," said Van II. Man- ber of American newspapers as be- ment. Do not rub It. Sloan's penening, acting director of the bureau, ing still in command of tho situation. trates almost Immediately right to "the men of the bureau who are en- One of the journals thus Imposed up- the seat of pain, relieving the hot, gaged in the, campaign to reduce this on libs practically repudiated its news tender, swollen feeling and making cusulty list find, in comparisons with story in Its editorial comment, where- the part easy and comfortable. Get a other years, some facts that are rath-v- in it was right, both morally and bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25c or any druggist and have it in the comforting and some Indications actually. The most Interesting part of the house against Colds, Sore and Swolthat tho improvement noted in the Having of life will be further accen- General's interview, In which, to the len Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and knowing, he was careful to avoid like ailments. Your money back if tuated as the years pass. "In the first place, coal mining in anything like detail, Is his explana- not satisfied but does give alt , 1914 cost the lives of 3.3 men in ev- - tion of why Cuitterez, the man he most instant relief. Buy a bottle 3 $ cry 1,000 employed, while In the year had placed in the provisional presi 1913, the death rate was 3.73. That dency ad interim, left it and fled the reduction alone means a saving of capital, .leaving Carranza and his men Democratic Stamp Tax Statesman. to come back and take the posses- Fort Worth, (Tex.) Record, Demmore than 300 lives. ocratic. "The number of miners killed for sion which they still hold. every one million tons of coal mined his flight, charged Villa with Our Democratic rulers who are betrayal. Villa national lawmakers are wonderful in. 1914 was 4.81. In the year 1913 treachery and Go read the war there were 4.89 miners killed for charges the same thing against Gult- - constructionists. overy one million tons mined. With tcrcz, and attempts to explain why tax revenue measure that they build the exception of tho year 1912, the he had not n force at hand to defend cd. 1914 rate, is the lowest yet recorded the seat of government against his It Is as simple as a Chinese puzenemies, by saing that the sent of zle. It Is a safe bet that tho men for the United States. "The amount of coal produced for government in Mexico Is not n point who mado It, if called upon, would each miner killed in 1914 was 208,-07- 8 of sufficient strategic or political im- bo tumble to unravel Its Intricacies tons, which is the largest amount portance to he worth defending. Tho or explain its mysteries. The stamp tax feature, as odious on record with the exception of the Government of Mexico, says Villa, can bo conducted as well at one place to tho eyes of man as Satan is sooty, year 1912. "There were 31C lives lost In dis- as another, Lnt adds that when ho is a jumble of incongruities, inconasters- in which more than five men wants the cnpltnl he will go and take sistencies and taxation Infamies. were killed, which is a reduction of tt. It must have been invented by It has long been plain to the ini- lawyers who are lawmakers to create 148 deaths when compared with tho tiated that Villa does not want a le- business for lawyers who aro n6t disasters or 1913. government lawmakers. "When the Bureau of Mines began gal and It Is indefensible, even if it bears its work, the great cause of great dis- in Mexico. He thrives bettqr withasters in the coal mines of the Unit- out one. In tha northern states of the hallmarks and birthmarks of the ed States, was the explosion of coal Chihuahua and Sonora, and such guardians of the Democratic ark of . duet. This phase of the problem was western slates as Jellsco and Slnalua, hope. "tuken up more vigorously than any he has hitherto linen able to comAll the people are damning It. Villa was Even the lawyers are disgusted with other and it is indeed gratifying to mand the following. the bureau that the explosions from against Huerta, w,ich has Idealised, it. One ruling Iisb been made by the coal dust in 1914 have decreased 96 him among such as (It her forget nr attorney general. per cent from the previous year. This applies to the stamp tax on do not know that, before Huerta, he Vt. "While tho Bureau of Mines is was against Madero. Since such Insurance. leading in this national movement generals as Obregon and Vlllareal He holds that the company may pay to reduce the number of deaths in have abandoned him, his prospect of tho tax and not the policy holder or the mines, it realizes fully that not ever taking the capital again is re- the buyer in insurance. Railroads, telephone companies, much progress could bo made, were It mote, but so long as he can hold on It ob- - in two or three northern and western telegraph companies and express not for tho helpful tains from tho state bureaus, the states he can still keep a revolution companies are exempt from payment miners themselves, the operators and going in Mexico which may move Mr. of the stamp tax. Did thovrepresentatlves of these Improvement being made may right- Wilson to withhold recognition from put ono over these fully be credited to closer nnd more any government he opposes. With corporations careful Inspection by the State In- Mr. Wilson's personal feeling as gulloless sons of Gideon under the big spectors; better enforcement of laws strong against the (dividual Carranza dome at Washington swho claim to be and regulations by Iho operators; a as It was against "tho individual the agents on earth of Thomas Jeffbetter realization of tho dangers at- Huerta," it Is possible that Villa may erson, Andrew Jackson, James Montendant upon the miner Inhis daily long cqntlnuo a. predatory warfare, roe, .Samuel J. Tllden, drover Clevework and his efforts to reduce acci- financed by Interests with private land and all tho other fathers and dents due to the educational cam- ends to serve. But his star has stepfathers of tho Democratic party? Perhaps tho railroads have an ex paign conducted In his behalf; the passed Its zenith. lamps in cellent excuse. use of safety extended "The Best Laxative I Know Of." For a year or more their represendoubtful mines; the use of permissi "I have sold Chamberlain's Tub-le- tatives had flitted about tho capltol explosives that have been passed ble for several years. Peoplo who corridors, pleading poor business and upon the Bureau of Mines; tho wet lln nf .Inotv mlnoa in nrevfillt eX- -. have Used them Will take UOthllltt Insklnir tl'ia Inlomlotn mmtn'orM mm. else. I can recommend them to my mission to grant them a llheral ad-nplosions of coal dust; the. first-ai- d rescue training which saves lives customers as tho host luxativo and ,vance in freight rates, that otherwise, might be lost by ( cure for conBtlpntlon.tliat I.knpoV'-- j I As a matter of courso,.f the x of Injuries received; the en- - writes Frank Strouso, Frultland, roads were facing bankruptcy it m would have beeu notoriously unfair com- - 'Iowa. For sale by all dealers. actment of industrial accident CHHUlty three-quarteer to-da- y. 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United States Inquiries at the does not lend Itself to the and taken It to tho Falkland Islands. guard stations In C.M.OARNETT, Editor &Propnetor cugtomnry conc,hg)oni ti.y const have brought tho North Hol- Germany and Austria claim 1,035,-00- 0 reply that land ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Ed.tor hBppy evcr afterward." prisoners of war, of whom 692,-00- 0 nothing has been seen or heard up are Russians. we watch and wait long enough, to midnight of th'rteen of tho crow to Addrcea all communication prosperity will return. Because next of the American steamer Evelyn, l)lo Harrows For Hale. fb Hartford Republican. nnnilipr nrpcblpnt and ConcrosS who wo reported to have proceeded I have two Disc Harrows left and I will bo elected and a new protective to Holland after the steamer was the first purchaser who conies will .,. ,1 L, will blown up. The Dutch Marino De get . wnTirP! TO SUBSCRIBERS w . .w ittw uri i i.... wivn.w. them at $16 apiece. BabMrlbem rt.Mrlnir th ri.rnttoR tns pr,. partment is also without Informa- ,13H n at UscIf S. L. KING, Hartford, Ky. 4dreMiiiUitFlvetliooMfl.llriMliimaVlt)K.tb the missing men. tion concerning . with SecPresident Wilson conferred re llnrrcd Plymouth Hocks Builntm Lot bIp ami Notice 10c per lite atifl concerning tho destrucreported that Governor rr Haelor enoh iicMltlnnnl Ineertlcin. ThtiV,Rc It Is has for once been Induced to retary BryanEvelyn, hut no courso of And a few fine Cockrcls for Bale, OMtuarli",'ll-"lntlonnnil Card o! tion of tho while they Inst. Eggs $1.00 per 15. per Una money !n mlvimcr. take a positive stand upon a public i action beyond diplomatic inquiries JNO. ALLEN WILSON, eervlcen tree, but other Church Nollem for When asked recently If! was decided upon. nuestlon. Hartford, Ky. 3212 butch ailvertlfemmte, tc pf line. a platform convention will rectlre no he favored Anonjmotu communication Kranrc A Zeppelin airship and If so whether It should bo held Mectlon Wanted Members to Join tho InCalais yesterday morning, acbefore or after the primary, ho unternational Liberty Union, the great TEiSPKOlTEO. 5.C3 hesitatingly replied,, "If wo bold a cording to an official statement issued . fraternity protection. Pays sick, nc- Cum'cai'.c.i .... co platform convention, It should un- last .night. It dropped ten projec- cldent and llfo insurance for healthy raxuais' doubtedly bo held before or after tiles, which killed five persons all i men and women" of good character. civilians, and caused some unimport- 18 the August primary election." to 50 years of ngc. If Interested FRIDAY, KEHKUAKY 20. ant material damage. HENRY WHITE, call or write, K." Where did we last "Schedule Holland An undercurrent of tense the I. L. U. Deputy, In feeling has been running through all hear It mentioned? O yes, It was ANNOUNCEMENTS. Balzctown, Ky. connection with the general cusstug classes In Holland attributed to Ger- It Well, many's action In not replying to the tariff law. 'of the Payne-Aldrlc- h Notice Pay Your Taxes. Wc are authorized to announce; amn,hP,i hv the nresent Dutch note of prottsl concerning the Town taxes for tho year 1915 arc JOHN H. THOMAS, of Ohio County, JIaw? u wflg WhQ waf beneflted North Sea war zone, according to The due. Please call at my store on a candidate for State Senator, 7lh thereby? Nobody that anyone lias Hague dispatches. composed of District, Senatorial Main street and get your tax receipt heard about, except the importers. and savo the penalty. Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler coun- Who lost? The United States TreasKngland Coincident with Austria's O. T. O'BANNON, ties. General primary election Aug. ury and thousands of mill hands, who aupll-cat- e announcement that she would Tax Collector. 31tf 7, l'91B. are now being fed by public charity in the Adriatic Germany's sub' at the various soup houses. marine warfare on merchant vessels We are authorized to announce In British waters, Premier Asqulth IMPORTANT NOTICE A Democratic contemporary says: HON. ALBERT LEACH, of Beaver stated In the House of Commons that Dam, Ky., a candidate for State Sena- "Whenever you hear anybody talk- reprisals against Germany on a largo tor in the 7th Senatorial District com- ing about hard times, business de- scale wer under consideration and The Farm Agency of the Conprised of the counties of Ohio, But- pression, etc., nowadays, you can usu Republican ally trace this gloomy agitation to a that the British Government might ler and Muhlenberg. necessary to place cotton on tinental Fire Insurance Co., of deem it The writer of this IlRepublican." primary election, Aug. 7, 1915. list of contraband. Hartford, Connecticut, formerly might go out and trace the lumination represented by A. C Yeiser, has We are authorized to announce some more, and he will not have to "Wednesday. WILLIAM D. MORRIS, of East Hart-lor- d go off his square either, to trace Germany The German Govern- been transferred to me. I Also precinct, a candidate for the some "business depression talk" to Republican nomination for Repre- Democrats. At least those who used ment, in a statement last night, dis have the Agency for the Recordclaimed any responsibility for loss sentative of Ohio county. General to admit they were Democrats. ing business in the following of the Evelyn and the Carib in the Aug. 7, 1915. primary election HartSea mine field, due to the fact companies: Continental, Funny how some people forget. North During all the years our Democratic that both vessels are said to have ford, Aetna, Phoenix, and Fidelity to announce We are authorized were out of power their disregarded the war zone regulations W. S. DEAN, of Sulphur Springs pre- friends underwriters, which includes howlers. as to their courses. cinct, a candidate for the Republic- speakers were calamity in all from an Associated the business written A dispatch an nomination for Representative of This, too, when there was little or Press correspondent verifies the Ber excuse for it. Who does not retowns in Ohio Connty. Primary election Sat- no Ofclo county. member the stump orator who told lin report that Gen. von Hindcnburg urday, Aug. 7, 1915. These are all old line Insurance us we were taxed from our hats to won a remarkable battle aginst the Russians in the Mazurian Lakes. The Companies. We are authorized to announce our shoes, from the cradle to the total Russian losses in killed, wound I will be glad to have you call L. L. EMBRY a candidate for tho grave, and succeeded in making us ed and captured are said to have been Repres- believe we were being robbed every Republican nomination for on me or I will see you at your almost 100,000. entative from Ohio County. General year of more money than many of us handled in a life time? Now, who home for anything in the inAug. 7, 1915. primary election England Great Britain last night has a right to criticise calamity line. denied navigation in the Irish Chan surance We are authorized to announce howlers? E. E. BIRKHEAD, nel and North Channel to all merJUDGE J. S. GLENN, of Hartford, The Louisville Evening Post seems cantile vessels. Alt boats are warn nomination BB a candidate for the Hartford, Ky. for Judge of the Sixth Judicial Dis to think it sufficient vindication for ed not to pass in certain areas. - Office 'Phone, No. 66. Sir Edward Grey's letter to Chairtrict, subject to the action of the President Wilson to point out that Democratic party at the State Pri- we have bad a panic under some man Hoover, of the Belgian Relief Residercs 'Phone, No. 41. mary the first Saturday in August, formed administration and it is not Commission, refusing to subsidize the very careful of history in locating relief work, was made public yester1915. Going Out of Business. the former troubles eitherT" It seems day. Five German aeroplanes are said to forget that we were told over and J. T. Vinson & Son, proprietors of We are authorized to announce over that this was to be the one ad- to have been sighted at Colchester, the beautiful new Dry Goods and OTTO C. MARTIN a candidate for Clothing Store located In the Opera without a panic. We on the east coast. the Republican nomination for Cir- ministration the high cost of living Two British vessels are believed to House building, Beaver Dam, have were to have pricuit Court Clerk at the general reduced and that without lowering have been lost in the day's subma- decided to permanently retire from mary election Aug. 7, 1915. wages or the prices of the producer. rine warfare. the mercantile business. This decisA serious riot In which several per- ion was not reached until large stocks In fact business was to enjoy a "new We are authorized to announce freedom." Instead it has gone on a sons were killed Is said to have been of spring goods had already been reCAL P. KEOWN a candidate for the protracted vacation. quelled in the Fifth Light Infantry ceived. Now all must be sold at Republican nomination for Circuit at Singapore. absolute cost and in many cases less Court Clerk of Ohio County, General It has been suggested that the than Mill production prices. It primary election August 7, 1915. United States should mobolize 1,000,-00- 0 United States No details as to the means a saving on absolutely new men at once. It would be a good sinking of tho Carib have been re merchandise of 25 to 50 per cent. We are authorized to announce move for several reasons. It might ceived as yet and it is not known Cost or loss will not be considered. WALLACE II. RILEY a candidate place us in position to command some whether any of the crew was saved. People who do not wear the yoke of (or the Republican nomination for respect, as neutrals, from the naThirteen members of the Evelyn's credit can not afford to pass up this Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio county. tions at war. Now, when wo make crew are still missing. great opportunity. Tho stock has some damand for our right as non General Primary August 7, 1915. been placed in the hands of The bclllgerants, they laugh and ask Allied Fleet The allied fleet Is Great Western Sale and Salvago Co., to announce "what are you going to do about it?" said to havo damaged tho Dardanelles of St. Louis, Mo., with positive InWe are authorizet structions to close out fixtures and CARL M. TAYLOR, of Prentiss pre- It would stop the laugh, at least. It forts greatly. all. The Sale will continuo from cinct, a candidate for the Republican would furnish places for the unemday to day until the entire stock is nomination for Circuit Court Clerk ployed men and it would be just as Thursday. of Ohio County. General Primary cheap to feed them as soldiers. Even England The British Admiralty closed. The Sale Is now on. Such a if they were armed with flint locks, never before Saturday, August 7, 1915. steam- stock was perhaps reported as lost the the bluff might work Just the same. has Clan MacNaughton, armed went thrown on the market In Ohio couner which ty. The closing out will mean thous Illinois will not soon forget her The Louisville Evening Post says: down In a storm, carrying with It of dollars loss to the pro present legislature. way to war on low wages 280 officers and men. The Germans ands "The only blockade of tho British Isles has been prietors. Is to wnrk." "A tlnv's work nt n . It is hard to convince a bricklayer, or printer, or carpenter, In effect one week, with the result get more of that one French, two Norwegian and Senator that silence is golden. or mechanic will y OUR SPECIAL BLEND FEED the necessities of life than ever be- seven British steamers have been sunk or torpedoed by submarines. One minor test of Americanism is fore." These sayings are from the Interest in base ball. There are no only daily paper in Louisville that is Two American and one Norwegian hyphens In the National game. standing for everything the Demo- steamer have been sunk by mines in cratic national administration does, the North Sea, and many steamers Why all this talk about ways and although It claims to be independent. are overdue. The Admiralty also repaeans of restoring prosperity. Have It always sneezes when the President ported the loss of three air commandwe not been told to "watch end takes snuff. "The only way to war ers In tho recent raid on Belgian Fait." on low wages is to work." But there coast towns. is no work for thousands of our peoStrange Louisville had to send to ple. If so, why is it giving advice United States The British and Cincinnati for an expert to handle about the problem of the unemployGerman Foreign Offices are extremely her unemployed and look after the ed? As to whether or not aday's wage reticent in discussing the American poup house. will purchase more of the necessities proposals outlining a plan for feeding of life now than ever before you have the German civil population under Great. Britain still rules the top only to ask any workingman to prove certain regulations. It is said that wo consider second to none in the Hides of the waves, but Germany Great Britain may give out a stateseems to have considerable Influence that the assertion is false. Will a ment of its position accompanying country, and superior to any in the dollar buy more flour, meat or clothcity at any price. A small quantity underneath them. ing? How about shoes and not least, the prize court decision in the case of it goes a long way, because it is of the Wllhelmlna cargo. Tobacco growers are still wishing interest on borrowed money. satisfying and nourishing. YOU SAVE MONEY that tobacco could manage to get a Italy Berlin reports a sudden Set Free, share of attention in the general change of feeling in regard to Italy's when you buy your feed here. It Ohio County Court, special term, comment on higher prices. best in quality at the lowFeb. 24, 1916. This day appeared attitude and the situation is looked mea.ns the upon by diplomats with grave con- est market prices. Try us. That scheme to divide Texas into In open court A. W. Beasley and on four states evidently originates from his motion it is ordered that bis son cern, some one who thinks there is need Earl W. Beasley be and he is here-bRussia The Russians from all acset free and empowered to act of more Democratic Senators. Tb Produce Merchants for himself In all matters as though counts are making a successful stand along the northern rivers and are HARTFORD, years of age. . Unless a fellow Is able to fight and he were twenty-on- e KENTUCKY. holding back the Austrlans in Buko- JNO. B. WILSON, J. O. C. C. jncans to fight, it is unwise to an- - Bntertd .tcormti to lw at tk. roMofflf artfort, Kj., antnntl matter of the ftcotd ..,, -- li-n- ' tel i jrk .... Itlo-tnr- I v..." ry bom-baid- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 B 0000000000000000000 Spring Newness Pervades Our Ready-To-We- ar . 4 Department. & & & f 0 0 & Our showings of Spring Coats and Spring Suits will interest any lover of stylish, Ready-To-Weaup-to-da- 0 0 0 0 t? te r. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 We invite you to drop in for a look at these new things-fo- H r j Spring. hy' $ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 E. P. Barnes & Bro. 0 Beaver Dam, Ky. &0$0&0000 BIG SALE AT CENTERTOWN, KY. Ily Jnme & Company. We Mill offer for sale on March 8th, 9 a. m., the following; descrlped property, viz: One Livery Stable on Main struct; 4 head of horses, ajee aw follows: two 7 car, one 8 year one 10 jearj two Mares, two Surreys, three Double ltugcio, six Single Ituggiex, two good Drummer Wagons, one good 'Dus, one Iog Wagon, one good Itoad Wugon, four pair Wapoii Harness, five set doubfo Harness, necn sets single Harness, two Saddle, one good Stove for office, one new Telephone Ilo, eight Ijp Itohes, one KorU Auto , 5 passenger, one Horse Clipper, fifty feet ltuhler Hosi, thirty or forty Hales of Straw. .1 lot of small items, such us Single-treeStretchers I'itrli forks Chains Shovels, lanterns, Ilriishos, Combs, Hnrso Wan-ket- s, Ktc, too numerous to mention, will also Ih In this sale. Terms of sale villi lc made known on day of sale. Kvcryhody come and got souu or (ho many good bargains that ulll be s, -- ? Company James (L Kentucky. Centertown. VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV0 Do You Prefer Easter Tailored-to- - to-da- Clothes Order? The best dressers in the town come here to have their clothes made expressly for them as they want them -- pWfl Ed. V. Price & Co. because there is individuality about" them which the small local tailor does not produce. mitit' We save. you from 25 to 40 per cent on the coat and guarantee absolute satisfaction. Be Measured Now! y, W. E. ELLIS 4 BR0. Hub Clothing Co; Hartford, Kentucky. 4. f Do You K Know? I you do not, we want to tell you in this space, that we are receiving every week some special lines of our Spring Merchandise. On our shelves now you will find fabrics adapted to early Spring Wear the very goods, perhaps, that you are looking for. If you are not ready to buy, come in anyway and ac quaint yourselves with the New Spring weaves. Your inspection will be appreciated. Do this, and remember that IT MONEY. PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU jTMIDa Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26. W MVH. & K. RAILROAD TIME ULE AT HARTFORD, KY. SOUTH No. DOUND. TA- - I US due at Hartford 9:20 a. m. NORTH BOUND. due at Hartford 2:20 p. m. Fn. 114 No. 141-11- . 1 No. 112-14- 4 SOUTH BOUND. Lv. Louisville 8:35 Ar. Irvington 10:00 Lv. Irvington 10:40 Ar. Hartford 1:40 NOHTII BOUND. Lv. Hartford 2:05 Ar. Irvington 5:35 Lv. Irvington 5:46 Ar. Louisville 7:40 a. m. a. m, a. ra. p. m. p. m. p. in. p. m. p. m. ' When in Louisvillel STOP AT THE 1 5th Avenue Hotel FRANKECKERT, Prop. IH.ECKERT.Mgr. $1 Up, Eilrepean Plan Attorney E. M. Woodward is in Hardlnsburg. Mrs. Josle Duke, Dundee, Is the guest ot relatives here. Mayor J. C. Her Is at Dawson Springs for 2JtG March 1st. Not after. at College A fine musical number Hall next Wednesday night. Mr. Isaac Foster, Owensboro, wa In town several days this week. The HartfoFdMiirCo7 will pay $1,60 per bushel for good wheat. Miss Artie May, of owensboro, is the guest of,Mrst B. M. Woodward. Rev. B. w- - iNupier is m Nashville looking after, seme personal matters. Mr. O. "N.; Steward Select, was among our appreclatea canerB twu- uay. a few days. Penny Pictures at Schroeter's mm-- , L BASKETBALL. For Blount's Stool Plows, Oliver Chilled Plows, Disc Harrows, Corn From a Hartford standpoint 'tis a Planters and all other farming Im- ,sad tnlo we've got to tell, but In Jusplements, call on us. Quick salch tice to our neighbors from Beaver and small profits Is our motto, Dam It's got to come. Fact is those acton imos., West Kentucky Seminary boys out- 3312 Hartford, Ky, (classed our Athletic basketball team We will give you your meal and at every angle of the game, and also your crush, mado out of your therefore copped two contests from nights. own corn, on Mondays, Wednes us Friday and Saturday days and Saturdays of each week. Right when tho locals should have Will exchange either meal or crush put up the best they had they apparently fell below their usual standany day in tho week. ard and tho drubbings they received & niio. w. b. were decisive. Hartford, Ky. 31t4 The Ucavcr Dam team came over Mr, Joe 13. SaiHlnrfur, ono of the Friday night about 7 o'clock and a oldest and most highly respected cit- good bunch of rooters follo'wed to izens of tlio county, died at his homo cheer tho efforts of their favorites. near Uoavcr Dam, Inst Thursday and After this usual preliminaries the was burled on the following day at game started nbout 8:30 and thereUcavcr Dam, the burial services be- after the result was never Ur doubt. ing conducted by Ilev. Russell of tho Tho visitors had their passes going M. E. Church, South. smoothly and worked them almost The Athletics had a few BLACK .MIXOKCAH from J. D. at will. Russell's (Owensboro) prize winning shots at goal but showed lack of Northup Strain. IVliito Wynndotta, practice at shooting and couldn't from Mrs. Tom Hayden's (Owens- make them count. The final score Big was 33 to 8. Line up: boro) famous Duston Strain. Beater Dam. Hartford. farm raised Cockrels, $1.00 each; Taylor F Barnes Eggs $1.00 per 15. "" Felix F Davis" L. T. BARNARD, 32tf C Hartford, Ky. Barnett P. Barnes R. F. D. 4. G King Havo a largo stock of Red Top Plrtle G Glenn Veller Will sell and Red Clover Seed. Captain. to Think It advisable reasonable. Referee McKlnney. Umpire A. buy early, as tho outlook Is higher. Grass, Blue Barnett. Also have Burmuda Substitutions Tlnsley for King. Grass and Timothy Seed. Saturday night the local team ELLIS & BRO., W. E. Journeyed over to Beaver Dam, Hartford, Ky. 31t4 before they left home. SevCol. Geo. W. Bain. Tho Palmer eral fans accompanied them, but not Ladles make good every time. Mrs. as many as came here with tho vicPalmer's excellent taste In selection torious Beaver Dam team the night makes every number count, while before. A good bunch of spectators tho generous service of the Company were at the elegant new opera house makes committees happy. I consider to see the fun. This court, though a this muslacl attraction one of the little small, is one of the best in West very best for a Chautauqua or Lyce- Kentucky, and a very large crowd um program. At College Hall Wed- can be comfortably The seated. nesday, March 3. game started about 8:30 and after the first toss up it was only a quesNotice. tion of what the score would be. Those desiring to apply for posi- Some .of the visitors showed game-nes- s tion as teacher in Hartford Common and played hard. It was this Graded School will please call on C. faction that kept the score from goM. Barnett, secretary of Board of ing into the millions. Others seemTrustees, for application blanks of ed In a trance and took little interest by the requirements, prepared in the scrap. The W. K. S. fellows board, and file application with him piled up eighty points while the visnot later than March 1, 1915. itors could barely rake up Ave, one J. H. B. CARSON, Ch'm'n. of these being awarded by the ref31tf eree. 6nly one field goal was made. C. M. BARNETT, Sec'y. The line up was the same as the A Popular Convention. night before except that Thomas was Ot all the conventions held in the at guard for W. K. S. In Veller's State none attract more attention place and James Glenn replaced King among educated and thinking peofor Hartford. A. Barnett tossed up ple than the meeting of the Kentucky the ball and McKlnney umpired. Educational Association, which this Beaver Dam has a mighty good Mr. P. B. Taylor has returned from year meets in Louisville April 21st basketball team and they acted very several days' visit to Dawson Springs. to 24th. electing M. Barnes as their wlsejx The Secretary of the K. E. A., says Mitt Margurete Taylor, Ot Beaver leader. This young athlete has no Dam, Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. that the program Is the best ever. time to wrangle with the officials. Every phase of school work Is coverWill niley. He is always too busy playing basketFor Nortbern White Seed Oats, ed; department meetings are given ball. In the above two games he was great prominence In order that pracsee Acton Bros., all over the floor, making goals from tical problems of teaching may get every angle and in neither contest 33t2 Hartford, Ky. Besides, speakers full discussion. was there a foul called on him. He Do not faifto see Palmer's Lyceum of prominence will address the meetis fast and clean and just the man Quintette at College Hall Wednes- ing. to captain a team. Captain Barnes day night March 3. For this occasion the railroads has four good men to assist him and Is headauarters S. L. Kine for will make a very low round trip rate harness. Dress your teams up at with liberal return limits; therefore, this W. K. S. team, we think. Is enrecognition prices that are right. 33t4 all superintendents, teachers, and titled to a little more throughout the State. A State high Lu-clmatThe latest reports from Miss those interested in educational school championship wouldn't look Taylor, whoso serious illness ters should make a special effort to bad coming to Ohio county. was reported last week, indicate attend the meeting this year. somo hope for her recovery. Information as to railroad fares, The Central City Argus of last Mr. Frank Foreman, who has licon dates and limits, can bo obtained week contains what Is supposed to be visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. from tho nearest agent or of the Central a write-u- p E, M. WOMACK, L. P. Foreman for scvral weeks, A. A. game here several days A. G. P. A. L. H. & St. L. Ry., has returned to East Kentucky. agti, but It Is far from being a fair Louisville, Ky. A fine lot of Bed Top Grass Seed description of the contest and docs for sale. Call on or address, Justlco to neither the Argus nor the Carload of Fertilizer. MIRAM MILLER, I will have a carload of Fertilizer Hartford people. Whoever the writBeaver Dam, Ky. 27tf If taken er Js he Is not.. We do agree with In about March 15th. Mr. and" Mrs." HniTMartln were from car will be 95 cents per hun- him on one thing, however, and that We called to Cromwell Saturday on ac- dred pounds. Is that they had no roferee. S. L. KING, count of the illness of Mr, Martin's 33t4 don't know why the Central City Hartford, Ky. mother. She is somewhat Improved. fellows failed to bring ono as they were allowed expenses for an extra Salesman Wanted to look after our Carload of Machinery For Sale. interest in Ohio and adjacent counOn or about the first of March, man, who was supposed to be a 'refAdties. Salary or Commission. 1915, we will receive a carload of eree. Of course we saw the need of dress Tho Harvey Oil Co., Cleveland, the celebrated Weber Farm Wag- a referee, every one did, but as the Ohio. ons, Deerlng Grain Binders, Mowing visitors were allowed this official we County Attorney Herman Blrkhead Machines, Rakes, Osborne Disc Har- felt reluctant about volunteering one. and Mrs. Blrkhead, of Owensboro, rows, Hoosier Corn Drills, Harrows, That article In the Argus was markLikewise Vulcan ed as having been slipped by the were the guests of tholr brother, B. Cultivators, &c. family Saturday and Plows as well as repairs for all of censor. For the lite ot us we can't E. Blrkhead and Having purchased see how the censor missed It. Al Sunday. this machinery. machinery in carload lots, we though he might be blind In both Mr. B. H. Ellis, ot the firm ot W. this eyes, If he had just a slight sense ot E. Ellis & Bro., is in New York with will be prepared to give very close prices to those needing anything In smell left, he would certainly detect a car load of poultry. He will visit such Junk as that. his brother A. E. Ellis and family, this line. Our aim Is quick sales and small profits. So It will pay you Washington, on the return trip. The Llvermore High School will purchasing elseIf you are going to buy a Watch, to see us before save you money. meet the local school at Dr. Bean's where. We can see us first. Will compare prices court Friday night. There are some W. "E. ELLIS & BRO with any one and save you money. coming basketball stars on our school Hartford, Ky. 31t4 know With 16 years experience, team and we should encourage them what to offer you. with our presence at this game. FLINT SPRINGS. J.egeB. TAPPAN, Jeweler. Feb. 22. Rev, Netter Miller tillHartford-CollIsenJoyIng the ed his regular appointment at Baize-tow- n Baseball. largest attendance in the history of Before the spring fever strikes Saturday and Sunday. the school, and Is entering on the Mr. Dee Edison and family have us let's get busy and start the baselast stages of probably the most suc- been on the sick list. They are. Im- ball bandwagon rolling. We have a cessful year of all. It looks like the proving now. chance to lease the park again this great new building will soon be too Mr. Estill Snodgrass passed thru year and we must not fall to at least small. town on his way from Morgantown to dp this, Some repairs will be necday essary but we can easily raise the evening County Select. On Qhnn1 Riinprlntetlilpnt Ozlla ShultB The farmers are busy during this coin for this and other expenses it we will get at it. Our plan Is to birthday, Well.i pretty weather. celebrated his any difference which Mr. Cal P. Keown, of Hartford, have a meeting of all baseball fans it don't make We appre- soon and discuss prospects for the one, it was for Feb. 23, 1915. Ho was In town Saturday, guests Hon. A. D. Kirk, ciated Mr.- - Keown's visit and hope coming season. This crowd to' elect had as a board of three to control the athMessrs Herschell Ross and R. R. Ril- to see him again soon. did Justice Jjjfc, bountiful Mr. Joe Robinson, of Beaver Dam, letics, and elect a manager. This ey who board to be held responsible for all was in town on business juyyo COME LOOK AT OUR THINGS READY TO WEAR ellis WHY DOES OUR STORE HAVE BETTER BECAUSE GOODS AND BETTER STYLES AND SELL THEM FOR LESS THAN ANOTHER STORE? OUT THE PROPER THINGS AND ed THE BUYERS (N OUR STORE KNOW HOW TO PICK BECAUSE WE HAVE THE MONEY TO PAY FOR OUR GOODS AND GET THE LOWEST PRICE. US TO SELL LOW. WE DO A BIG BUSIHESS BECAUSE WE'VE GOT BUYING LOW ENABLES THE GOODS AND RIGHT. BECAUSE WE SELL THEM CARSON S: CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. OUR SCIENTIFIC Horse and Mule Collars We are putting in a stock of Harness, Breeching, Hames, &c, all of the best high grade goods. Any one wanting a horse or mule collar should see our Scientific Collars. They are made of the best grade leatherdouble stitched and made to fit. It does away with the pad and sore shoulders. It is a comtort to the beast and a pleasure to the owner. Call on lo City-Hartfo- rd Williams & Miller BEAVER DAM, KY. Wire Fence Jk Wllaon. Mgr. acts ot the manager and to settle disputes, etc. When the team is selected tber may elect their captain. Let's boost this meeting and have some baseball talk anyway. Even It we have no team we must lease the park and give the youngsters a place to develop themselves. Large stock to from. Write select! 1 us for prices. WE PAY THE FREIGHT. tFORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY ncerpvrai.a FORDSVILLE, KY. last-Tues- to-da- y. tucky, Luclen Beckner, of Winchester, and Bradley Wilson, of Madison-vlll- e, today offered Senator Camden the presidency ot the amalgamated organization now being formed Senator Camden said that on account oC other business affairs It would be impossible to give the necessary time. He declared, however, that he would be glad to with the Tell It To OlUe James. Washington, Feb. 24. On behalf tobacco growers in every possible of 50,000 tobacco growers ot Ken- - way. JMf-- -. ..1 "As a rule the farmers should choose an early maturing variety of oats for corn belt farms. There is a week or ten days' difference In the ripening of the grain. "Analysis have shown that many Boils of this state are rich in Nitrogen, but deficient in available Phosphorus and Potash. Too much nitrogen causes rapid growth of straw nnd poor filling of kernel. Farm manure adds still more to this overplus "of nitrogen. "A supply of available phosphoric acjd means early growth the oat kernels well on their way to maturity before the temperature rises to a degree that kills the immature oat plant and especially before rust has worked its terrible ravages. "Intelligent fertilization brings the oat crop to its full growth in ten days to two weeks ahead of unfertilized oats. : sult. Obviously, If a Dutch steamor were destroyed wltthout warning ly la German submarine, and Its crew CROP and neutral cargo lost, Holland would GOOD OAT 'do something about It and In a way that would result In the Immediate development ol one of two sequences. Either the prompt announcement Soil Expert Gives Some Advice of restitution and disavowal by Ger many, and the withdrawal of Its war To The Oat Growzone declaration, or ers. Tho equally prompt movement of Holland to place herself with the Allies with all the disadvantage to Sunshine and moisture arc Gcrmnny which this would entail to be Ideal elements for Should nn Italian vessel bo tho vicbut there can be too much tim of invasion of the German wnr pf these good things according to zone, It can be assumed with reasonProf. Henry O. Dell, Agronomist of able certainty thnt the neutrality the Middle West Soil Improvement of Italy would be broken down Instantly. Commltte of the National Fertilizer Association. It Is true that the relations beProf. Dell says, "Illinois oat crops tween the various belligerents and Buffer from the fact that this state the neutral nations of Europe nre all has extremely hot weather coupled more or less strained, and that tho with great rainfall or dampness at neutrality Is none too easy to mainthe time the oat crop is filling. Ex- tain, but aside from these conditions, treme heat is deadly to the oat plant, the situation which the United States consequently oats die off before they faces Is precisely tho same as that are filled and mature. Intense heat which faces the neutral maritime nawith superabundant moisture Invites tions of Europe. It does not appear rust the disease that, eight years possible ' that Germany would he out of ten affects Middle West oat guilty of so frightful a blunder ns to fields to the extent that the great willfully destroy the shipping of a bulk of oats are only half filled and peaceful neutral nation, and thereby dirty. Proper balance of plant food risk hostility where there Is now no will largely Insure against this re- other desire than to be strictly neu- WILL BE EXTRA jjcct. I ' prc-um- crop-growin- g, st the ease with which they havotbecn financed hns occasioned general surprise. At the beginning, six inontlia was frequently nntned as a period beyond which active hostilities could scarcely bo carried for want of funds, but there Is nothing In the present situation to Indicate tlint they may not run on, so far ns financics am concerned for a long time. The official bank rate at London, Paris nnd Berlin Is five per cent. It Is true, however, that ordinary business demands arc reduced and that tlio policies of tiieso Institution' nro not Riivcriieu ni iius lime uy mc ordinary business considerations. Easo is created by the liberality of their policies. Tho Bank of England for example, early In the war took over some $350,000,000 or$400,00C,-00- 0 of outstanding acceptances for the nnd banks of England nnd gave cash credit for them on Its books. Ordinarily theso acceptances would have been liquidated In the course of the exchanges, but they were suddenly converted Into credits available for any purpose. The supply of credit has been Inflated to this extent nnd something similar hns been done in other countries. The London economist has recently made the following calculation of the expenditures of the five principal combatants for the first six rs Directory Professional Clilo Counts- - HOTEL POrVMM ' i MINGTON, D.C. U OF i AMERICAN 1 1 lilt. In cllr where rood hotels abound, tht Powhatan bcada the countrymen, It ti fint'ln.the heart! of It , Trie Towhatan it tcfincd exclusive, and restful. Its excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and II Streets, makes it a desirable headquarters for bridal couples, tourist lartie. conventions, Schools and, colleges. The Powhatan attracts .the Jeople of culture and education, to State, War and Navy Departments, also to many Interest, points of historical makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating pub- Circuit Court T. F. nirkhewd, Judge; lien D. ltingo, Attorney; V. P. Mldkllf, Jailor; n. O. Barrnss, Clerk; 13. E. Ulrkhcad, Master Commissioner; it. T. Collins, Trustco Jury Fund; S. O. Kcown, Sheriff, Deputies 3. A. Ilratchcr; Hartford. office deputies Mrs. S. O. Keown niid Olltnoro Keown. Court convenes first Monday In February nnd continues thrco weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks; third Monday in October, two weeks. County Court John B. Wilson, Judge; V. C. Ulankenshlp, Clerk; C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday In each month. Quarterly Court Urejlns on the first Monday In every month. Court of Calms Convents first Tuesday In January nnd first Tuesday In October. Other County Officers C. S. Mox-loSurveyor, FoiMsvllle, Ky., it. F. 1). No. 2; Tom nines, Assessor, Olaton, Ky.; 07.na Shults, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. IJ. Ulley, Coroner, Hnrtford: T. H. Benton, Hoad Engineer, Hartford. y, Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his protection In UtU and adjoining counties. CorniiusreJa) and Criminal Practice a Specialty. 4 Barnes Smith announce prUi-sh!ji & tlu-v-t Attorneys at Law Smith prac- HARTFORD, KY. Mtouw. W. 11. Uarn3 and C. H Ihoy liavo form-- a for tho gouernl tice of law, excttpt cittailiial and dlvor casus, Mr. Smith bolng Couu,y Attorney Is pruvetiUtd from practicing such Mr. Barnos will individually ccitMS. In aoctMt such practlou. Ofilau Hartford Republican bulldlug, Hart- ford, K- - JUSTICES' COUItTS. Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday after 3d Monday In March, Tuesday nft-e- r 3d Monday In June, Tuesday after 3d Monday In September, Tuesday after 3d Monday In December. L. A. McD.anlcl, Iloukport, Friday after 3d Monday In March, Friday after 3d Monjday In June, Friday after 3d Monday In September, Friday after 3d Monday in December. S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday after 3d Monday In March,, Wednesday after 3d Monday in June, Wednesday after 3d Moifday In September, Wednesday after 3d Monday In December. It. C. Tfchiftior, Centertown, after 3rd Monday In each month. Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday after I'd Monday in March, Tuesday after I'd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3d Monday In August, Tues-Vla- y after 2d Monday In November. W. S. Dean, WedDundee, nesday after the second Monday In March, Wednesday after 3d Monday In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday lu August, Wednesday after 2d Mon' day In Novoinber. Ben F. Rice, Foiilsvllle, Tuesday after 2d Monday In March, Thursday after 2d Monday In May, Thursday after 2d Monday In August, Thursday after 2d Monday In November. Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday after 2d Monday in March, Friday after Sat-Urd- ARTHUR ASSOCIATED D. KIRK Attorney at Law KY.. HEAVRIN s HARTFORD, WITH lic M. L. The United States has made Us It protest, and stated Its position. can do nothing further, unless the force of Its protest Is tested by some overt act In defiance of that protest. The United States will not.take offense as quickly as might the countries of Europe under similar provo cation, nor does it desire to give of fense. But its course, It is to be hoped, will be guided by a more careful and consistent policy than that In relation to Mexico. Lexington Leader. - tral. months: German Austria-Hungary ... $2,125,000,000 1,500,000,000 $3,625,000,000 The Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at 11.50, $2.00 and up. Rooms vrilh private bath, 52.50. $3.00 and up. Write for booklet with map, CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Manager, HI i This office Is equipped for hand ling Commercial Law and Collection-Itemas well as other legnl and litigated matters. Practice In nil the courts. Prompt nnd rigorous service. M. L. Heavrln's Office. T. U'AHCHTIIATTO.N OTTOC. M V - rm Russia France United Kingdom .... $2,125,000,000 1,625,000,000 1,200,000,000 MIT will you l'romll, K.t. Ky. - Good Salesmen Wanted To sell our Fruit Trees In your county. Best terms known to the Steady employ-- , nursery business. merit, good money made selling our excellent Trees, if you are a good mixer with the people. Write us today for terms. OAKLAND NURSERIES, Columbia, Tenn. 28tS ,. Another Period of Watchful Waiting. .The United States is now entering upon another period of watchful waitinr, to use the phrase now threadbare, which President Wilson employed to describe the government's attitude toward the disturbances in Mexico. The watchful waiting Is now .concerned with a situation more menacing in its possibilities than even the riotous, aimless revolutions of Mexand Involves the ican authority, safety of American vessels upon the high seas. Both Great Britain and Germany have apparently assumed that neutral nations, ships and individuals have uo rights which belligerents are bound to respect if the exercise of those rights interferes with the military or naval objects of the bel- ligerents. The State Department has been obliged to protest to Great Britain against the undue holding up of American ships engaged in peaceful commerce, and against the flagrant misuse of the American flag by British merchantmen. 4 It has been obliged to make a protest aglnst the declaration of Germany that that country not accept the responsibility for the, blowing up of American or oher neutral vessels which venture into a zone upon the high seas which Germany has designated, for her own military purposes as a war zone, and has given notice that Germany will be held account-Abl- e for the destruction of American Tssels which are destroyed without earcb. It is of course admitted that neutral vessels carrying contraband of war to a belligerent do so at their own risk. To these several protests of the United States, replies far from reassuring have been received. Geramny, in friendly language but with some posltiveness, reiterates her Intention of operating in Its war zone, without any responsibility for the ships that may be destroyed thorin. This position of Germany is not be lieved by thoughtful statesmen or students of the war's development to be as great a menace to this country's shipping as may appear, for the reason that, outside of its declared Germany would have Intentions, nothing to gain and much to lose by such a wanton act of destruction. Not only the United States, but Holland and Italy have made protests to Germany upon this very buu- - Morals and Manners. Billy Sunday has shocked Philadel phia. Sometimes a shock is necessary to awaken a heavy sleeper. Philadelphia did not especially resent be ing styled a wicked city. This was a tepid sort of a compliment. Phil adelphia did however, resent Billy Sunday's relentless analysis of the morals and manners of society in the Quaker City. The stock in trade of most of these sensational revivalists is their thunderbolts aimed against society. The smug leaders listen and chuckle to themselves. In their egotism they think the speaker Is mak ing his assault aglnst someone else. The revivalist of the Billy Sunday type who does not take advantage of morals and manners will find him- losing ground. whether the vulgarity and auda- cious suggestlveness that character-- , icmi- lzes nis uenunciauon 01 sut.-ia-i atlons in Philadelphia meets with general approval Is neither here nor there. Many disapprove of this style It Is a far departure of preaching. from the sermons of the lowly Christ. Some, people, however, seem to think that strong language is necessary in this day and genratlon. Society may not be Just what It should be morally. The relaxations of the social world are subject to Many persons who pride criticism. on their respectability themselves and who even assume a certain preeminence in. gentility mark a decadence in morals and a distinct uncovering of inherent bad manners. Why they should be thus guilty Is a problem deserving patient research. It may be attributed to tho trend of the times, and If this bo true the thunder of Billy Sunday will sound on their ears like a distinct echo. His storm of wrath will quickly pass and be forgotten. Society has a way of Its own. It may bo a way wickedly wrong, but so long as It Is recognized and permitted It will continue. Those who in the name of refinement occasionally protest that tho disgustingly named dances which In spite of strong opposition have been adopted by a major portion of the pleasure seeking community are an iqdex of low standards of agility are glibly Informed that they thereby fess to hypocrisy. If they pursue tho subject and dare to mention Indes. cency they are accused of narrow-mindednes- $4,950,000,000 These figures are in excess of the loans that have been announced, but when the expenses of Japan, Turkey, Treatment Servia and Belgium, and of the neu- BalsssssssssssBBw VsV for WEAK tral countries that have mobollzed their troops are Included, It Is prob LUNGS or ably safe to calculate that a year CONSUMPTION of war will require the raising of at i Of course If you mention this paper we will send you least $15,000,000,000. bottle the financing of such expenditures anat tired,FREE, by mail a quick relief for can only be done by pyramiding cred- - in chest. nicht sweats, hemorrhaged pains weak it. It Is impossible for the govern- - Jungs or consumption. ment loans to be taken up out of'tiLim ucniril pn LOCK BOX f 16 COLUMBUS, 0. .i... uivuiuc, wn-- j vu.i u.i.j i uio- trlbuted by provldlg the public with means to buy the securities on credThrice-a-WeeEdition k it, but when this is done there is no The reason why the process may not conOf The New York World tinue so long as the public is willing to The effect Is to organize the private credit of the nation behind the public credit. The Practically a Daily at The Price or a end would come when the people re- Weekly. Xo other Newspaper fused to pledge their private credit In the World Gives so Much for the purchase or public securities at so Lotv a . Price. or to give goods and services in lf change for credit. As yet there are no signs that tho people are faiter- The year 1914 has been the most ing In their support of any of the extraordinary In the history of modturauuR-uiern times. It has witnessed the outbreak of the great European war, a struggle so titanic that it makes all others look small. You live in momentous times, and .. RendmcMleL you should not miss any of the tremu... J re VjTie bow to obutn putnt, trad nun!, mendous events that are occurring. copynguia, w., i all wuuntnii.3. EusUfSS direct wUH Washington tale Am, No other newspaper will Inform you 4k 1 .(tm As.t.- -t with tho promptness and cheapness Patent and Infringement Practice Exclusively. H'vtfA a AAma fn list edition of tho of the Thrice-a-Wee- k EtrMt, DMT UolUd SUt rUn ( Ill) Elf Mh WASHINGTON. D. C. York World. Moreover, a yejlr's New subscription to It will take you far into our next Presidential campaign. World's reguThe Thrice-A-Wee- k lar subscription price Is only $1.00 per year, and this pays for 15G papers. We offer this unequaled newspaper and Ladies! Save Money and Keep m1 THK HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Style by Reading McCall'i together for one year for $l.fl1. 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COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. In nervous prcftratioa and female Osna Sbults, Chairman, Hartford, J weaknesses they, are the supreme Ky. i remedy, as 'Thousands have testified, 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsville, Ky. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQTH0UBLE8. 3. Ira Bozarth, Olaton, Ky, STOMACH TRftUHL GUARANTUED BATISFAOXORtl 4. II. O. Autry, Balzetown, Ky. It to tic but medicine ever sold I OK. UVUUX KiUWDEI. 5. E. G. Austin, Prentiss. over a dsugg'fii'a counter. 6. J, L. Brown, Rockport, Ky. iZtasKauaaammmauimiaNmtmmmmmtm Bal-mai- n, A soluble Aatifteptic Ponder to b dksolved in water at needed. Monday in August, Friday after 2d on rinu writ lo troot S Monday in November. Savanth D.'O. WASHINOTON, HARTFORD POLICE COURT. O. C. Martin. Judeo: McDowell A. Fogle, City Attorney; J. p. Stevens, Marshal; Court convenes second Monday in each month. City Council J. C. Her. Mayor; R. T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Bean, Treasurer. Members of Council J. C. Bennett, Capt. A. D. White, A. E. Pate. J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yelser, W. H. Gllleaplc. School Trustees J. D. Duke, ChairThe . National Weekly man; R. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, South Services Until this vear morning and evening cverty first and Collitr't has bn third Sunday In each month. Sunsold at $5.50. Now day school 9:45 a. m. Prayer meetthe price is $2.50 ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. andwehacsrcurcd B. W, Kapler, pastor. sssssssssssVZtts a concession "hereJ Baptist Church Services morning by we can oiTcr it evening every second, and fourth and at a still further Sunday In each month. Sunday school reduction in con9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed nection with this nesday evening. Rov. A. S. Pottle, publication. pastor. Christian Church Services every Special Offer to Our Readers third and fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. KccGgnxinir the nrrat demand for CWur'j st amd 7 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. in. the new imcc. wc have made arrancementato Elder Gwlnn, pastor. flier it and our own publlcstion each on: ear for the trice of Co'frr'talnne. Tlii is Hmitril SECRET SOCIETIES. titer and must te taken advantage of promptly. Hartford Lodge No. C75, F. and A. M. meets every first Monday night What You Get ji Collier's In each month. W. S. Stevens, W. CelKtr't i the one Mr. independent, fearleis M.; Owon Hunter, Secretary. uceki) of the wlnle country. Not only nit tl.e good rltutn's handbook hot it Is alto a Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. E. S. mapatinc for the hole family. Amoni: the meets every second and fourth Monlliinm that a year's subscription cites arei day evenings, Mrs. J. H. Williams, v 1000 Editorials W. M.; Jns. H. Williams, W. P-- ; 600 N.w, Photo. Miss Ellzaboth Miller, Secrotary. 250 Short Articles Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knight ISO Short Stories 100 llluitr.tcd Features of Pythias meots every Tuesday even2 Complete Novelsing. Jno. W. Taylor. C. C; V. R. Hcdrlck, K. of R. & S. Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. Hartford Republican meots every first and tnlrd Thursday nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; E. P. Moore, Record Keeper. Acmo Lodge No. 339 I. O, O. F. meets every second and fourth Friday nights in each month. C. M. Uar-net- t, Noble Grand; W. R. Hedrlck, Secretary. Hartford Camp Xo. 202 W. O. W. meets every second and fourth nights in each month. Tom Williams, Council Commander; W. C. MtCAU, FAT1XKNS Wallaco, Clerk. for stvle.'iierfeet Sunshine Hlvo Ko. 42, L. O. T. M., k Celebrated nearly 40 years. fit. elmnirrtrv ana telisbillly Sold in nesrly meets every first and third Friday every city and town In the United States an nights in each month. Mrs. Attya f Canada, or by mail, direct. More sold lhaa oena sor iree cataiofua, any oiner raaic. Griffin, Lady Commander: Mrs. H. tcCALIS MA6AZINE E. Mlsclikc, Lady Record Keeper. Kfnra tuh&rrltirr thin In. Atti, fi.Sitn Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. 1 sna(atln million a month, Invaluable. Lab cat styles, patterns, dressmaklnr, millinery, M., meets every third Saturday night vlaln sewing-- fancy needlework, hsirdresslng, In each month. John T. Moore High etiquette, rood stories, etc. Only 60 rents s Priest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. year (worth double). Including a free pattern, OS-BO- In May, Friday alter 3d THAT AtJ4TilJwlb.mUiwiWy,tWirl I Hkmi. anUTulp jott to suixnm tvodtroileLphvtucrtketrti tor mCC Import I on luiiuuuir, n mn' practfe-- BUR- - I PASSING, RircrCNCM. Tor fra OcMs I nt ki Collier's f (ssssssssssssssssssssssssB ,5't: in Clubs First Time Coi1ier'f.:..$2.50)' ))Z.5U Sat-urid- Electric Bitters m KILLtx COUGH Dr. King's New Discovery the LUNC8 Sec-rota- ry; motm'jsakt. r ? .Pv REGIMENTS KNOWN Children Cry for Fletcher's BY was almost wiped out, Capt. Stanley raised tho cry remember Albuera." And tho regiment again made good its name. "Die-Hards, NICK-NAME- S "The DcvII'h Oun." so A The Connaught Rangers were originally called the "Devils Own" of their rascality, but their Not Known By Official superb fighting In the.Penlnsular war changed the term from one of reproach to one of honor. At Fuentcs Titles. d'Onoro and at Badajos they fought with amazing fury. The every day goat Is responsible People of Great Britain Name for the nickname lu ujo for over 30 years, 1ms borno tlio signal uro of of the Royal Welch nnd !ins bccn nmdo under his Fusiliers tho "Nanny Goats." A X3T Their Soldiers in Queer 8,Vnl B"PcrvlsIon since its infancy. goat Is the regimental mascot and Is A.1,0,r no.OMO lcccivo yon In this. led at the head of the column. On Manner. nnd Just-as-jronro St. David's Day, in tho ofllcers' mess, JncriincnUi tluit trlflo with and cniliinKcr tlio liwlthbut of nuiiiiurat the goat, escorted by drums and flfo Infants nnd Chlldrcu-Experlci- ieo iiyulust Experiment. Some of thc most famous of the Is marched around .the table. Ilrltlsh regiments now battling In Red Clover. France and Belgium are far better Red clover has hoen Justly ranked Cnatorla l a harmless snhstltitto for Castor Oil, Paro-Korlc.Iknown throughout Great Drltatn, and nml Simtlilni; Syrups. It l.s pleasant. Ift to the world at large, by their nick- as the principal foundation of a percontains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xurrotirj names than by their olilclal titles. manent system of agriculture" In the Mibstanec. Its apo Is Us guarantee. It destroys Worms Their official titles In many instances, northern and eastern parts of the nnd nljays Icvcrlshncss. For moro than thlrly years it Indeed, would convey nothing to the United States, according to the delias been in constant ina for tlio relief of Constipation,, partment's Ofllce of Forage Crop InJ lnttilciicy, "Wind Colle, all Teething Troubles nverage person. and DiarrlKKn. It rcRiiIntos the Stomaeh and Vowels, Many people in many countries, vestigations. This Is due to Its high 5!,?lni!!'!8 h. l,M, PM" bealthy and natural alceii. for instance, have heard of the feeding valu. Its effect upon the Tho Children's Panacea Tlio Mother's Friend. Black Watch; comparatively few soil, and the ease with which it may be employed in rotations. Under orHighlandheard of the Forty-secon- d ers; yet the names are of the same dinary conditons red clover Is a biennial, although special strains are . regiment. In pastures where This famed body, the oldest of all truly perennial. the Signature of Highland regiments, gets Its nick- It has been kept from seeding, cername from its tartan. When the tain plants have been known to live regiment was first formed it was used for three or four years. Uses of Red Clover. chiefly to suppress sedition in ScotRed clover Is an excellent crop for land, to enforce the disarming act, and to disperse unauthorized assem- pasture, hay, soiling, and renovatblies. A special tartan from which ing the soil. It can precede or folall bright colors were eliminated was low almost any other field crop. Clover makes an excellent pasture designed for regimental use, and this fact, together with the police nature for all kinds of live stock. Care, In thc etarrau company, tt mukwat stucit. ncw vok cmr. of the duties of early days, led to the however, must be exercised not to name Black Watch. On many fields, turn sheep or cattle In a clover in many parts of the world, have tho meadow when they are hungry or soldiers of the Black Watch upheld when It Is wet with rain or dew, since bloating may occur. It but tho glory ot this great reiment. The Scot Greys, as famous in the. one crop of hay is cut, considerable annals of calvalry as is the Black pasture Is furnished during the sumWatch In Infantry records, began mer and autum, but If two crops of their career aa the Royal North Brit- hay or one crop ot hay and one crop ish Dragoons. In 1742 the regiment seed are harvested little pasture will was landed in the Low Countries. On result. Clover will furnish some No Money their disembarkation, the Stradthold-er- , pasture the fall of the year It is iaAclvaaoe Satiatao-(te-at seeing that they were without 'sown, although It should be pastured Gsar mounts, ordered his own guards to lightly. Red clover produces satisfactory teed turn over their grey chargers to the LoweaiNet Scotchmen. And the Scots Greys, yields ot hay throughout the clover c t ery Fa Prions with gray mounts, they have since area. Either two crops of hay or crop of hay and one crop ot seed K a a i eat been, although they held the official one Tarraa A Royal North British Dra- may be produced the same season. name of the of Sarint to goon down to the time of the Cri- Since mammoth clover produces but SlOO one crop a season it may be pastured mean war. From Facuntil the first part of June. As soon . A, STARCK "Coldstream Guards." tory Direct as the stock Is removed the meadow Mtietxr ovortya. The Coldstream Guards, who also should be clipped so that the plants have won laurels on scores of bat- will make amore even growth. Clover tlefields, get their name from Cold hay Is a very nutritious feed, being In 16G0 ' rich In protein stream, In Berwickshire. We will ship jou a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial. In your and for this reason dome. No cash puMncnt, required All we ask. Is that you will play uix.n, use Gen. Monk marched to London to maTces an excellent forage for growanil test this piano fur 30 cU. If, At thc end or that time, you do not find It the ajd in securing a free Parliament and ing animals and milk cows. lilRlio.it grade, sweetest toned and finest piano In every wuy, that you have ever neon for the money, you are at perfect liber y to send It back, and we will. In that the restoration of the Stuarts, bringevent, pay the freight both ways. This SUrck Piano must make good with you. Red clover makes excellent green ing with him his own regiment of or tntre is no suic. feed for milk cows. The average Infantry from Coldstream. Easy Paymints Mart Siv $150.00 yields of green matter of red clover Ton pay no rath down, but alter 30 day We hlp direct to )ou from our factory, t The regimental legend has it that vary from 6 to 12 tons per acre. The payment on the of trial, jou can price that ate you upntrdt of f 150.00 in the when the troops met Charles at season tor soiling may commence raneat term, ever siit;mtcd by a piano coit of your piano. We guarantee to lurniati manufacturer. These term, are arracirM to ( a better piano for the money thin you can Blackheath the Monk regiment kept about 10 days before ault your convenience, and It I possible for rcure elaewhtrr. Vou ore auured of rccivin the plants you to biy a pVino for your home, without some of the disaffected soldiers of come Into bloom and continue as aatltfactory rweet toned durable high end: . , ralsiirs f" money. ilEO. other, units from mutiny, and the long as the plants remain green. King, on learning whence the regl-- j Bloating does . a... 4V Mayar-NtABt j not occur when clover r.Tvrr SUrck Piano to are Starck ment had come, addressed them as Is fed In this manner, XV hare, ronuantry on han.l but It must guaranteed for 15 years, the bent and moU heantl "My Coldstream Guards." The name not be wet with TW a lanr number ot allghtl bit !moK lul Player Plane on caa dew or rain when aroond band piano of al yesr of pita of it our 35 an4 market You wilt be d stuck. trptiienee, and the aundard make taken In excut, nor should It be wilted. Hcfated with the many change for new Starrk Piano of an features of theae Clualre "Thin Red Line of England. crop red clover As a The follow, knd rrtponrible piano house. wonderful instrument, ami "The Thin Red Line of England" cad not be excelled. By proper utillag-- are a few aample bargilnii will be pleased with t! 50 Fraa Musla tery low price at which $110.00 Weber has long lived In song and story, the ization in rotations it Is possible to tney can ue accurtii. 92.00 Steinway LestHS name being applied generally to Brit- maintain the supply of nitrogen and Plana laak Fraa 90.00 Chickering To erery purcluwr of ish field forces. It Is declared by ex- humus in the soil. Yields ot grain Send today for our new tree Starck Pianos, e aire 95.00 Kimball piano rnu;c leasnna, in one Of perts, however, that the name prop crops have been increased as much 199.00 beautifully illustrated you a SUrck book which (ires the beat known school in erly belongs to the Argyll and Suth- -I as 10 bushels to the acre by turning large amount ot InformaChlcan., Tbeae Irason you complete Bead for our latest tion rerardlnc piano. This . cin tike la your own home. aecond hand barfaia list erland Highlanders, In commemora- under clover sod. Red clover is book wilt Interest and Tbll represent If nulL tree instruction. plcaae you. Write today. pn year's tion ot their remarkable repulse of sometimes used as a green manure 1848 Starck BM.. CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. the flower of the Russian cavalry crop. This Is to be recommended at Balaclava. Volley after volley, of only where soils are very low In hurifle fire was poured by the slender mus and artificial fertilizers are used line ot scarlet coats Into the masses exclusively. of charging Russian horsemn, until Soil Requirement of Red Clover. QO finally the attack was abandoned deRed clover is best adapted to deep, DAILY BETWEEN spite the comparatively slight numerclay loams and cale ical strength of the British. eptr calcareous loams, which are fairly aKBBlMSf'JJimrvStmmLJKtt. t The "Fighting Fifteenth." rich In humus. Sandy soils well suplUfTALU The "Fighting Fifteenth" are the plied with humus also produce good aataataataataataSaBaaBaK Fifteenth King's Hussars. They won crops of clover. Soils poor In lime ?ariS2L, aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVJsm? ', their title in 1749 In Flanders will rarely produce good crops ot -- r?fBmiaaiaaaiJiaWerS-?S. agatnst the French revolutionary clover unless they contain an abun " '" LRlasaT'j C) ' troops. They were serving with the dant supply of humus. With the adv Austrlans, and in operations near dition' ot lime, however, most soils TtHtosih. Tur r.D.PAT G!!!? "ZZ-- l.. DZZL Landrecles they were ordered to res considered ."rtMiipiitaUllnx ISM pj.JO . t . .a . - .... - .. - I .! .. -. T' to be "clover sick" or o Unrlh 5D) r( r.llh VI r.v 1.. r"l .u,i. M cue the Emperor ot Austria, who had "acid" can be made to grow clover ""-- . . --- " ' ,,,.. G..ler I. i.l-l.r- S.r rruaj ow I J. I army. a!4w.l.lofl!i'o.lJ. been cut off from tho main satisfactorily. As most soils in the Two squadrons of the Fifteenth, clover belt are becoming "acid" it M- -y and BUri-ALi.itoDje.i.t Daily -C- LEVELAND with a few Austrian hussars, the Is recommended that all soils be test whole body not numbering more than ed for acidity before being planted Polou. Kallrosd Ufk.l. 300 men, found themselves, through to clover. The litmus paper test is at llsOila rM...r.r.lIaanJllCumtnl &Jian Cmnrrllons mm .lr.n.. A.k. -a mistake, facing an enttre French simple and fairly reliable. Results, w Ulu.ua.ed ,riPC. , I k. .r.'ilfuc iMkru Tour army corps. They attacked part of however, should be based not on a CO, Clawala-- d. O. THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT the corps so fiercely that tho French single lest but on a number ot tests thought themselves opposed by a with soil collected in different parts great force. The hussars rode through ot the field. Two to four tons of ' the outposts, charged the artillery, finely ground limestone or one to killed 1,200 men, and took three two tons ot caustic lime should be apOVER 88 YEARS' Buckbea's "Full of Ufa" Northern Croaai EXPCMCNCC guns. The Emperor was rescued. plied to Pedii reed Seeds nave a reputation of year "acid" soils. a succcsaiui seca growing uciuui Miak He later decorated the officers ot the aJant the best. Scatoaabte SpccUltle- tregiment. Farm For Sale. csaEtrst "The Die Hards." 50 Siuhd Earliest Red Valentine . . . . f j.33 Bushel RclUfee Extra Early "Die-HardAbout 56 acres 3 fellies East of Fifty- are the The New Sttlngleaa Cretn Pod . Mo Bushel Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax l4a Bushel seventh Foot, the Duke of- - Cam Hartford on Hartford and Cromwell Davis Ncw White Was ... li.7 Buthel Thaoc bridge's Own, Mlddleser Regiment. road, 1H miles from pike. Four Cunls'a Rust rToof Wax . .y)BuhI ucaiona. PBAaS nauavaiAHTB aiC At Albuera in 1811 the regiment room cottage in good repair. Everll.jo Bushel .. Extra Early Alaaka, Anroos nUInt a akalelt nd Mjerlpiion aw au S jo Busnei Nur Farlv Hradus . . . Two found Itself pressed by a great force. lasting water at residence. qulcklr ucarulu nur uiiuimiii fraa ommunira. j.jo Bushel Iloraford's Market Garden lusenilon I piohablf Ipa a Die hard, my men, die hard!" was barns, tobacco and stock. Plenty ot Buckbea's Llabtalnr Express fajw Bushel i.al.lll. Aiat.Aa.l I fur aeourinapa ratauta iiiiairivii7 iwiiu"i.iiii.it.iwiii.."-ent fraa. tldeat auancy All hill land, !.&.. ir.M.lluh Uunll M Uk rac.tra J.tMH.a Lattuca. sUaVia, .Toaaate and a full Use at the cry of Col. Inglls to his troops. peaches and apples. Seed. Plant and faibs at lowest crowing- prfcaa. axtlof noUc4. without oharia, la the PossesSend for complete catalogue or subaait a list at Backs to a wall, the soldiers did die but In very good condition. and four requirements the wuTquote prices. SCKKWK hard. There were 140 survivors out; sion a ay time. Terms reasonable. Buy direct from power Save Moaey. Writ today. MasHion this paper.. a hanauimai (Hnilratad wseMr. ? 'a.m. aa ': ot 570 who began the fight, the dead Apply to- - BARNETT & SON, cuiailon of anr aelantUls lournal, aja newaoaauais. Republican Office, four IBoiitr,ei, Including Iaglls. raiari MSakMaaaaa ajTMI Hartford, Ky. tasaWasa, BatawarfMriftsaja, At lukeraan, where the regiment 23tf lit, itrMaf i : m ' It Always Helps to dp any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a ncw woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give says Mrs. Sylvanfa Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able ZZtfiTW od " . What is CASTORIA CARDUI tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble.. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. ut ri5 a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." 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WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. a"T. tewlagtuacutne, write far If yott want a ffljIS catalogue before you purchase. fr tar Ita Si feafetXO.&K FaH,Wi FocjMlnfl In tho back a good reBasSf la Dr. Miles' Antl-1'alPttts, o s CLOSMG SMI IT be-io- w I Begins March 1, 1915: Having decided to close down work in the mines for an indefinite period and not wishing to allow our goods to lie in the dust and deteriorate for that length of time, we are going to put on a bale at the company s store at McHenry and Echols, beginning March 1, which will beat anything in the line of low prices that has clean-swee- p sale intended to take out our entire stock. been attempted in this region lately. It will be a big We reserve nothing everything must go. We figure that we can better afford to sell all our stock at and cost and have the cash to buy a new stock when the time shall come, than to hold the goods over for an un- certainty. In order to do this we will simply give the profits to our customers and rather than take a chance at missing some sales, will sell at below cost and carriage. This is a sure enough closing out sale in every respect. You know, the circumstances and you can see what compels us to do it. We want to make quick work of this business and you never saw the time when a little bit of money will go as far in purchasing price as it does here. The goods must go and all we want is a partiarreturn on our stock investment. Many of these things it will pay first-clas- s in quality and it is you to buy now even if you will not need them for a long while, for they are seldom if ever that you are afforded an opportunity to get such goods at and below cost. Clothing $1.00 to $9.00 Men's and Boys' Suits from 75c to $2.00 from A big line of Men's Odd Pants 35c to $2.00 from A big line "of Boys' Odd Pants Men's, Ladies', Misses,' and Boys' Raincoats $1.00 to $3.50 from p Bed-Ticki- Dry Goods 5c to 7'2c per yard Big line Shirtings from 5c per yard . 2,000 yards Standard Prints per yard from 7'2c to 16 10c to 122c per yard Indian Head Linen from 500 yards Hope and Glad Tidings Bleached 8c per yard Domestic 1,000 yards Chambray1, Percales and Madras.. 8c per yard 8c per yard r 500 yards Fancy Dress Gingham of Dress Goods, both heavy Big Assortment 10c and 35c and summer goods, at Table Linen, both white and colorBig line of 25c to 60c ed, from t 18c per pair 25c Hose Ladies' 38c per pair Ladies' 50c Hose . . . . 10c per pair 15c Hose Ladies' 8c 2 pair for 15c Ladies' 10c Hose 8c per pair Children's 10c Hose 10c per pair . Children's 15c Hose .; 35c per pair Men's 50c Hose ....1 18c 2 for35c Men's 25c Hose 10c per pair Men's 15c Hose 8c 2 for 15c Men's 10c Hose 10c 3 for 25c .Men's 15c Collars 8c 2 for 15c Men's 10c Collars 15c Men's 10c Cotton Gloves, 2 pair for 35c Men's 50c Suspenders. 18c Men's 25c Suspenders17c per pair Boy's 25c Suspenders 6c per pair Boy's 10c Suspenders 3c per pair . Boy's 5c Suspenders A full line of Men's 10c and 50c Ties from. .5c to 25c each Groceries 2-- 3c ' Shoes "A big line of Men's Shoes, both work and dress to $3.60 Shoes, from to $2.25 Boys' Shoes from to $3.00 Ladies' Shoes from 75c to $2.00 Misses' Shoes from 75c to $1.25 Children's Shoes from $1.00 to $2.75 Men's Low Cut Shoes from ; .1 $1.1 5 to $2.50 Ladies' Low Cuts from A lpt of Men's Rubbers at your own price. $1-75 $1-00 $1-0- 0 per pair per pair per pair per pair per pair per pair per pair Shipstuff, per sack '..:.'. Flour 241bs . . ..' Coffee, (Peaberry) per lb Coffee, (XXXX) per pkg Good grade loose roast Coffee, per lb Standard fine Granulated Sugar, per lb Lima "Beans, per lb 3 10c cans Bon Bon Baking Powder 7 5c cans Bon Bon Baking Powder 3 cans Tomatoes : 4 cans Corn 4 cans Pumpkin' 5 cans Hominy 3 cans Pork and Beans ,i. 3-l- b. $1.50 90c 20c 162-3- c - 12J4c 5'2c '. . ,7c J , .. 25c 25c .25c 25c 25c- - f . Druggist's Sundries and 25c sizes at 20c. 20c per box Mennen's Talcum Powder, 20c per box Colgate's Talcum Powder, 25c 3 for All 10c Talcum Powder, big line of Druggist's Sundries And the remainder of our at correspondingly low prices. A big line of Patent Medicines. All $1 sizes at 75c, 50c sizes at 35c, 25c cans Apples ...:..-- . 25c bars Swift's Laundry Soap. ; ". 25c bars Glycerine Tar Soap 25c bars Lenox Soap, ' 25c cans Early June Peas . 25c cans Kidney Beans 95c Bolted Meal, per bushel 15c ., Good Vinegar, per gallon 45c New Orleans Molasses, per gallon Anything in Groceries that we have in stock not mentioned above at less than cost. 3-l- 4 4 7 6 8 4 4 cans Kraut b. ........ ....... ::. -2 .; 25c 25c 25c 2-l- b. - COMPLETE COST. LINE OF HARDWARE AT ABSOLUTELY-:1- 1 MEN'S AND BOYS' HATS AND CAPS FROM 6c to $2.00. , Terms of Sale Strictly Cash. No Goods Delivered. McHenry Coal Company :i L INCORPORATED. ft McHenry and w,, Echol-sI , ., Ky, .w . :V rn jabt,,'- ..,.. - fy , ..A-JiK,-AtjJtiBJ'- i '