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New York, Feb. 27. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1915. men who saved the cathedral from damago by beating out the (Ire In PLAN ARMY tho fuse. Abarno realized the Identity of his OF RESERVES companion a niomeut after he had lighted from tho glowing end of a cigar the fuso of the bomb which ho carried under his coat. Tho missile had barely left his hand, to Ho Prominent Citizens Who Be- for a moment on the carpet at the lieve Country in Peril. foot of the altar, when Daldo pinioned Abarno's arms behind him, told him that he was under arrest and started to leave the church. Abarno Roosevelt Says He Will Raise permitted himself to be handcuffed Nine Regiments For to his captor without resistance and walked meekly down the aisle with Organization. other detectives surrounding him. Dentil of James W. Ward. New York, March 1. Formal announcement was made her last night of the formation of an organization of first reserves to be known as the American Legion, to be composed ot former army, navy and militiamen, which will better Insure the nation's preparednes In case of war. Capt. p to Gordon Johnston, Leonard Wood, commandMaJ. Gen. ing the Department of the East, made on behalf of a the announcement group of army and navy men who In an unofficial capacity are acting with civilians In promoting the movement. Capt. Johnston said that It is planned to establish within n short time a first reserve of between 250,000 and 300,000 former army and navy militiamen for instant call In case of em ergency. Mai. Gen. Wood has already given the plan his unofficial Indorsement, nnd former President Roosevelt has written a letltr approving the pro posal. Numerous other public men have Indorsed the project, and a statement by the promoters says that former Secretaries of War and of the Navy have indicated their willingness to act In an advisory capacity. Asserting that he and his four sons will become members ot tbe legion, Col. Roosevelt In a letter to the organizers says that in the event of war ho Intends to ask Congress for permission to raise a division of cavalry. Mr. Roosevelt's letter In part fol lows: "I and my four sons will gladly I very earnestly become members. hope and pray that there will bo no war; but the surest way fb avoid war Is to be prepared for It; and the only way to avoid disaster and disgrace in war Is by preparation, both military and naval, in advance. "In the event of war I should ask permission of Congress to raise a di vision of cavalry that is, nine regi ments, such as the regiment I commanded in Cuba; and unquestionably the ranks ot these regiments would largely be filled from the men ot the legion afld would In their entirety be filled by men such as those In the legion; for In the event of war there will be no time to train the men first called upon in such duties as shoot ing, riding and taking care of them selves In the open. "We should as a nation have be gun to prepare ourselves the minute this war broke out seven months tgo. It is absolutely impossible to be sure, when there Is such a tremenuous war, that we shall not be drawn Into It against our will. The people ot this country are only beginning to realize the extent of our military and naval aide-de-cam- IS UNEARTHED Had Plans Laid For Big Riot In New York. Conpiracy to Assassinate Country's Richest Men and Raid handle a high power rifle and are seasoned in that fundamental of soldiering, taking care ot themselves, roughing it in the open a combination of regulars and rough riders.' "The special service branch of the legion will accept In Us various services, only those men with thorough technical qualification, such as engineers, doctors, aviators, blacksmiths, tclegrnphlsts chauffeurs and men of dozens of other spectnl calling. It will bo what tho Government now lacks a first reserve." Roosctcltjtcplles to Barnes' Petition. Syracuse, N. Y., Feb. 27. The local attorneys for Theodore Roosevelt In the Ubel action brought against the fornjer President by William Barnes, .rr., today received copies of the bill tit particulars which Col. Rosevclt has filed In reply to Mr. Barnes' demand. Mr. Barnes called for a specification of "the several matters In regard to which the administration ot the State government of New York has been insufficient, wasteful and In some Instances corrupt." Mr. Roosevelt replies that the periods referred to are the years 1911, 1912, 1913 and 1914. He bases his information on an editorial published In Mr. Barnes' newspaper and also on the platform adopted by the Republicans in the last State campaign which charges the Democrats with gross abuses in administration and legislation during the four years they were in power. Specifications are given Col. Roosevet to the charge tlrat from 1898 tof1914 there had been between the Democratic and Republican organizations with regard to legislation. In answer to request for names of political leaders who are alleged to have been hostile to the franchise tax law, Mr. Roosevelt names Mr. Barnes, among others. In regard to times and places when and whete Mr. Barnes is alleged to have entered Into agreements (or others with his knowledge entered into agreements) with regard to legr executive action which islation favored or opposed as It would affect the pecuniary Interests ot such contributors, Mr. Roosevelt says it was since 189G and prior to September 28, 1914. He gives the names of the parties with whom such alleged agreements were entered Into as An thony N. Brady', Robert C. Pruyn, the Mutual Life Insurance Company and the Equitable Life Insurance Company, of New York. 'POSSUM HUNTER' JURY IMPANELED Banks Nipped in Bud. Mr. James W. Ward, an old citiNew York, Mticli 2. An attumpt with zen of the No Creek neighborhood, Mo up St. Patrick' Cathedral and the nrrest of two rcvn by detectives who had been Informed for months of their activities, f vvas followed by an announcement made at police headquarters that the nrrcsts had balked an archist plot to kill with bombs Andrew Carnegie, John D. Hockefclter, John D. Rockefeller, Jr., and other wealthy men. Thereafter tho anarchists, according to tho police, were to Inaugurate In New York City n reign of terror comparable only to the days of the Trench Revolution. It was part of the plot, tho police assert, for gangs of men armed with rifles and revolvers to appear simultaneously In various parts ot the city to shoot and to pillage; the biggest banks of Now York City were to be blown up and many wealthy men were to be slain. It was announced at police this afternoon that Abarno had made a confession In which he admitted the existence- - of a plan to begin a rein of terror In this city which would Include the assassination of. Andrew Carnegie, John D. Vandcrbllt Cornelius Rockefeller, and other wealthy men. The wrecking of the cathedral was to be the signal for the opening of the elaborate campaign of murder and looting. The next movement, according to the police, was to place bombs In tho homes of Andrew Carnegie, the Rockefellers and Cornelius Vaiidtrbllt. So far had the plot progressed toward this end that the manufacture of the bombs, the police say, had already been started. llnn Reign of Terror. V With these and other capitalists disponed of, the anarchists planned, according to the police, to Invade the financial district and lay their bombs In the city's biggest banks. General looting was to follow. For months a central office detective bad worked in the Inner circle of the anarchists, according to the police story, and had kept the Detective Bureau adylsed of all their plans. This detective, Frank Baldo, assisted in the manufacture of the bomb with which the attempt was made to blow up the cathedral. The detective accompanied the bomb thrower to the edlflce and sat with him while he lighted the bomb and a bomb to-da- y died Wednesday morning at his home of diseases Incident to old age. Mr. Ward was 76 years old and had spent his life In the same locality where he was honored and respected by all. His funeral was conducted at the Methodist church yesterday afternoon at one o'clock by his pastor, Rev. Ell Wesley, assisted by Rev. R. D. Dennett, after which the burial was at the Carson burying ground. He leaves a widow and a large number of children to mourn their loss. He will be greatly missed in his community where he was known for his rugged honesty and kindly spirit. His popularity was attested by the great throng attending his funeral to pay their respects to his memory. May Send Japanese Army to Europe. Yokohama, March 3. The project of sending a Japanese army to Eu rope Is to be pushed still further by those who have proposod the idea. A mass meeting was held here on February 4, and largely attended by those who cheered the chauvinistic speeches. The following resolution was adopted: "The association advocatlug the dispatch of Japanese troops to Eu rope pledges itself to do its best to induce the Imperial Government to arrange with the Governments oi Great Britain, Russia and France, tho terms on which Japanese troops are to be dispatched to Europe, in compliance with their desire. With this end In view the present association will try to create public opinion on the subject." Shuroku Kuroiwa, editor of the has Yorodzut a newspaper which been active in support of the plan of sending troops to Europe, declared In a speech at the meeting that If the present war should end In victory for the Germans, the future of Japan would be In danger. He held it was most Important that Japan should do all In Its power to avert such an Issue. He also said If the Allies were victorious their influence would ne cessarily extend to the east and an al liance with these Powers would be necessary. Under these circum stances he believed Japan would do well to render assistance at the pres ent time. , He spoke ot a third possibility, namely that It the war should be a long one, to the exhaustion ot the belligerent Powers, It would be Inevitable that the United States would gain the ascendancy, In which event ho thought pressure would be brought to bear upon Japan by the United States. Korehlro Kurahara, a member ot Parliament, also spoke. He asked why the Japanese people acted as It the war were brought to an end with the fall of Tslngtau. The present, he Bald, was a most critical period for Japan, and It was the duty of the nation to give full play to the Yatna-t- o iy head--quarte- rs American Held Prisoner in Mexico Without Trial. El Paso, Tex., March 2. Reports frdm the highest authority which told ot the reached the border y Imprisonment since February 13 In to-da- . ff n . became alive with detectives, whose by presenco had been unsuspected the bomb carrier. Daldo, sitting beside bim, placed him under arrest; detectivos sitting in the pew behind .dashed Into the aislo and stamped out tho sputtering fuse. The congregation hardly realized what had happened when It was all over and tho.ro was no panic. At police headquarters the alleged bomb thrower said he was Frank Abarno, a lithographer, twenty-fou- r spirit characteristic ot the Japan years old. Soon after he was taken acting up- ese people and to dispatch troops to to headquarters detectives Europe without delay. on information given them by Daldo Curbono, an eighteenarrested Charles Some Corn Raising. -year-old boy, and charged him The winners ot the Boys' Corn club plot and with with complicity in the have just been ascertained as to who helping to make the bomb. raised the greatest number ot bush Trap. Walks Into "When Abarnp enterod the cathe- els at least cost per bushel, under year. dral door, his bomb in a package un- offer ot the Fiscal Court ot last hlsjcoat and Baldo at his side, he Their names are as follows: Daniel der walked onto a stage whose every set- Hunt, 65 bushels and 40 pounds, cost ting had been placed there by detec- 12.6c per bu.; Rlgdon Chllders, 102 per tives. Two scrub women on their bushels and 4 pounds, cost 13.2c in the vestlbulo through which bu. knees ofThe above are the winners of that he passed were in reality central contest and show the production of The whlte-wlgge- d fice detectives. priest who met them at the door and corn at that rate per bushel. There who took them to a seat down near tho were other boys In the contest and close to the did not furnish to the committee the front of the church cost per bushel per acre to raise it. altar was a Sergeant of police. there entered Ohio county, should be very proud of Just behind Abarno and some steps should be the church, quite casually, two more these boys,perpetuate the boys corn followed the pseudo taken to detectives, who priest and took seats at hla bidding clubs and make it a county la the pew behind. It was these burled It at the altar. Immediately tho cathedral, in which 800 persons sat at worship, the Chihuahua penitentiary ofLeon-ar- d Worcester, Jr., an American mining man of Chihuahua City. Worcester, it was said, has been held by the Villa authorities without trial. The case was reported some time ago to the State Department through Marlon Letcher, American Consul at Chihuahua. City, and Georgo C. State Department representative. was arrested on a Worcester charge ot having defrauded Francisunpreparedness." co Rueda Unijano ot money alleged Col. Roosevelt says be will gladly to have been due him from the Granserve as chairman ot the Legions' ny Mining & Smelting Company, ot Board ot Honorary Advisors and St. Louis, Mo., ot which the Imprishopes that the legion will accomplish oned American was said to be chief its purpose In organizing a first re assayer. Tho money was claimed as serve, for he says: due for a quantity of zinc ore secured "It Is Idle tor us to trust to arbi from a confiscated mine which the tration and neutral treaties unbacked complainant was said to have leased by force. Let us act Justly toward from the Villa government. others and let us also be prepared mm with stout heart and strong band Llndley Dead. Warren to defend our rights against Injustice Mr. Warren Llndley died at the others." from n Mr. In a formal statement ot tho alms residence of his Taylor, of the Point vicinity, objects ot the legion given out and last night by Capt. Johnston and his with whom he resided, at 8:10 ot associates, It Is said that the Legion, o'clock last Monday morning stomach troubles and complications. under the now being incorporated by laws of New York State, plans to en After funeral services conducted Rev. R. D. Dennett, of Hartford, nt roll In Its membership first, all men yesterwho have had army and naval train- the residence at 11 o'clock day morntng, his remains were ining and are therefore equipped tor In stant service. But the legion seeks terred in tbe family burying grounds to enroll patriotic citizens generally, in the presence ot a largo circle ot especially those who have been un- friends 'and relatives. The deceased able to serve In the army, navy or was born October 24, 1849, thereorganized militia In time of peace, fore was 65 years old, four months but whose special qualifications make and seven days old. Mr. Llndley, who was one ot Ohio them Immediately valuable. county's most highly respected cit"It Is planned to have two active branches ot the legion," said Capt. izens, leaves surviving him two son3, reJohnston. "The line will be com- three daughters, and many other posed exclusively ot men who have latives and friends to mourn hU had army or navy service or who can demise. son-in-la- Tll-de- Soldiers Pray Beforo Rattle. National religious regeneration is. In progress la England and the Puritan splrU the British army, according Muhlenberg Cases Being to F. Herbert Stead, of Browning Hall, London, who arrived here last Tried in Simpson. night, a passenger on the steamship Jsnltlc. 'The result ot this war from the Number of Witnesses Testify and religious point of view," said Mr. Stead, "promises to be a real nation Retell Stories of Lawal regeneration. Rarely do the men go Into the trenches until they bave-lessness. otfered prayer. L heard of several different companies that would aot-Into battle until after prayer, tbe Franklin, Ky., March 3. The case of the alleged 'possum hunters' men even insisting on their colomel which by change ot venue was trans- leading them In prayer." ferred from Muhlenberg to Simpson Death of Miss Luclfe Taylor. county was called at 10:30 o'clock Not only the people, of Hartford, this morning. No trouble is antici- where she was In school several pated in Franklin and all is quiet years, nor those of McHenry, where-sh-e regardless of the rumors afloat that was employed as teacher; nor the hardware merchants here have only the citizens cf Beaver Dam and for the last few days been doing a Liberty, but all, lucrative business In their ammuni- the county was all of this part ot s shocked when tion department, cartridges for rifles of the death of Miss Lucile Taybeing much in demand. t lor reached here Monday morning'. When the acse was called both Many have passed their active year the defense and Commonwealth an- ot life and are now waiting patientnounced ready for trial. A jury con- ly for the end. That one of these sisting of armers was Impaneled this could answer the call for one so morning. They are Jay Lewis, M. young, not so attractive and so lovely C. Flemmlng, Charles Smith, Paul seems a pity, Indeed. Williams, J. D. Dinning, J. H. DufAbout two weeks ago Miss Taylor fer, Vol Bunch, M. E. Arnold, B. S. appendicitis which Bryan, O. G. Bryum, T. L. Cushen-bur- y had an attack of appeared so serious that she was takand John Ray. en from McHenry to a Louisville' The case was presented to the hospital for an operation. The operjury by both the Commonwealth anl ation was made but the physiclaas defense. The former Is represented encouraged little hope for her reby James R. Mallory, Commonwealth covery. However, she improved for Attorney; W. H. Gray, county attor several days and it was thought, bad ney ot Muhlenberg; Thomas Sparks', good chance to recover whea tho ot Greenville; G. W. Roark, of this a end came Monday morning at 6 o' place. The defnse Is represented by Upon the patients request the Denning & Clark, of Greenville; C. clock. nurse had gone for a glass of water B. Moore and G. T. Finn, of Frank and upon her return found that the lin. The witnesses introduced this young lady was dead. afternon were Robert Wyckllffe, The remains were brought to Sheriff of Muhlenberg; Bradley MalBeaver Dam and rested Monday lory, clerk at the store where the night home of Mr. Horace raid was made; J. B. Cox,. owner of. Taylor at the wlthwaom -- LucHe-had the store and manager of the coal her home since the death of her mines where the defendants were parents several years ago. Funeral wounded. and burial were held at Liberty Drs. Benton and Slayton, who at Tuesday at 11:00 o'clock. Revs. Rusmen; John tended the wounded sell and Napier conducting the serRose and Phil Miller, members of "" Muhlenberg county lodges who claim- vice. Many friends from McHenry, ed to be members of the "possum, Beaver Dam, Hartford and other hunters," and Robert, John and By- P'acea attended the funeral and wtth rum Cundlff and Satn Lynch, who heard shots fired. Jd hearts were COD8Cious. of th According to testimony given by. . were composed an alleged "possum hunter." J. B.I ,The pa" Ia of Cox received a warning that his store cease be visited on the night of July . s of Meetliu. at Fordsvllle. 18, 1914. The warning Is alleged to -, have come from a man who was ij0, a e forced to Join the "possum hunters." March ,.Na.,onal Oreanlzer of the-Cox armed himself and hid In the- Amerlcan Soclety of Equlty M. F. nac yara oi ms more, wnea w.e gharp of gt paul Mlnnegotat wUi raiders arrived they broke open a address the people of Fordsvllle aid" window and exploded a dynamite community on Saturday, March 6, oa bomb Inside, tearing a hole in the the great principles of Equity. This floor. Cox opened fire upon the party wiU be an opportunity for everybody and they, in turn, shot and wounded to hear ft thorough di8CUssloB of him. The five men on trial were also E u and aUo t0 become a menUf . ocuum uu wouuueu, '- 0f this great organization that Is bow uraaiey mat- - i so firmly planted in so many states ion aitenaea mem. lory, the clerk, upon hearing the of the Union and beside the great melee took refuge between a couple educational benefits this organization ot mattresses In an upstairs room In of farmers Is offering, millions of the store. John Rose and Phil Mil- dollars worth ot business is being ler testified that "possum hunters" done by Its members. So we Invite were discussed at meetings of organ- every man, woman and child to come ized lodges In Muhlenberg county. to Fordsvllle, Ky. at 1 p. m. on Saturday March 6. Frank Case Before Supreme Court. S. B. ROBERTSON, Washington, Feb. 26. Arguments State Sec'y. A. S. ot E. on the Georgia federal court's decision In refusing a writ of habeas Car Load of Poultry Waated. corpus to Leon M. Frank, under Will pay the following cash prices death sentence for the murder ot delivered at Dundee, Ky., Monday, Mary Phagan, the Atlanta factory March 8, 1915: y 12o before Hens girl, will be concluded 6c .United States supreme court. Roosters tho . 12c The decision probably will not be Ducks 7c given for several weeks. Geese g the-new- faas-seiz- ed ,aae "" --- to-da- Turkeys The Cambridge Players. This organization marks the be- .12c ginning of a new epoch In lyceum entertainment. This was the first company organized by Mr. Ellas Day and to which his name was given as coach are Tbe programs and director. changed yearly and offer to the public entertainments ot purpose, variety and thoroughly artistic modeling, with an attention to detail that has been a revelation. A. S. ot E. Notice, All costuming Is historically corHartford local A. 3. ot E. No. 604, regard to rect and procured without expense. Tbe scenes from famous will meet at the Bennett school- plays are the most vital, the humor , bouse next Friday night, March 6th. clean and wholesome, the singing All thosev wlshUs to pool poultry .. I are requested to be present. above reproach. T, H. BALMAIN, Pre. The Cambridge Players will eater-- 15c each Guineas Will receive all day. Please do not feed your poultry on date ot delivery. Poultry does not thrive that has been stuffed, and In addlttoa, it y runs our shrinkage up. Will above prices delivered at Hartford, Ky., from Tuesday, March 9, 9:00 a. m., to Wednesday, March 10, 9:00 a. W. E. ELLIS & BRO, m, 1915. Hartford, Ky. s t Jtt i.Jfc A . j .vjfcj. more certain you were that they would faithfully strive to put their IN NEED OF fads into a practical shape, the more DEPRESSION OF COUNTRY 'you were determined not to glvo tariir. .them the chance. The estimate of the Internal RevSTATESMANSHIP The tariff Is the test and the meas- enue Office of revenue from the perurc. The belief In a great sonal Income tax for the fiscal year President, With All His Wis- - made paradise was a favorite Uemo- ended June 30, 1914, was $54,000,-00Icrattc doctrine, and, accordingly, no The returns from that tax were Complications From Underdom, Is Unable to Comprehend ' time was lost In making over the $25,000,000 less than the estimate. tariff along the lines so beautifully and War Tax. Incompetency upon which the framwood Actual Conditions. laid down by campaign orators vasting of the Income tax measure deg ly pended was equaled by, If It was not and ignorant with a Patriotism That Can See Further Identical with the incompetency upon (vastness more stupendous yet. Such which the Internal Revenue Office In the past year this country has was the promise Than Parttsan Advantage estimate was based and which has suffered an economic loss of millions What about the performance? vainly sought to extricate Itself by j unpaui wages and reduced earning Starting out with a wagon-loa- d of In Demand. regulations hampering at every jn lessened construction and sunbeams and other such solid food, ' cetvable turn honesty attempting to curtalletl production. But the lesson the Democratic party, brought face impossible conditions t0 oe found In this record of econom- - to face with questions of this sched-an- d meet almost The situation Is appalling. It can grazing In vital aspects, actual ic disaster is lost upon President ule or the other, after much bravo not be shirked. It must be met by a bureau. As a mat- - Wilson. In his recent speech he skirmishing that deceived no one. I one thins you arc There are sevral ways In which Jt ter oi act, wnue wie actual numuw stated that he could see no signs of surrendered. For all the world the j limklim lor In tliest days IJ'ir The simplest, but can be done. (lis-- 1 taxpayers business tlepresslon. Ills veracity Is enacting of that tariff fathered by Ijjj of hieh na cot Calumet insures n wonder- - hTZ fxtMf .Alk1t flirt nine ntinnvtnilQ Witftlrl of personal fncome i,'a. ,..'.,., ka covered to the Treasury Department not questioned. , It Is admitted that Senator-elec- t ...... .i' Underwood could not I ;l' Ad s.ihitf in your bikini: . Hut it dors more. rLUMlj ,n 19U Wds 6S'000 ,e?s than tne he falls to discern condition as they have been distinguished from similar ' ltlnsurcswholewraefol,lstyfixxl-utilfiniilyr.ihlfl. the war tax In times of to m me esuuiaic picyaivu are, ana iiierein ues tne iaiai weaK- - performances conducted by the most ! I'Sl CnlumctN undo riht to sell right -- to lwkerluht. Ank profound peace; another still would numoer I tne ways and means committee of ness ot tils administration. Neither sturdy standpatters of them all BjjJ one of the millioni of women whotiwit or nk your irroccr. be to readjust the income tax by deme aciuai the President nor his Cabinet show ; tne congress in RECETVEp HIGHEST AWARDS The process is familiar and simnle creasing the exemption and Increas .. .. M.nti ..nli.i nix "o fltlO crrAntar than thp Wold'. Pura Food EipAtttion. Chk.co. IU. J! IWMtntWr I i" nAAnl - . .lu u ,s me process oi- give ana lane; oi ub...i.miS" iTic Uie rate, or again to revert back FaruExpoution, France, March, 1912. (. IMi yJv J In,ernal Revnue 0lIlce estimate of (tne facts, because they are Minded bargain and sale; of a little for you mon- to the old practice of collecting oj imaginar uieunea vuiitt-- i eu hi ani somotmng ror me, of bacK- es lrom a duty on sugar. But the situation Is not so appall- - itnelr 0wn minds. g scratching and more or Tn Jm'I artBMTWarntyclniarllccaaialia(lff. U D.a'l U aukJ. E.rC.lrart. r ii'mi - urn Uti rit!M. C.l4 statesmanship, which means MK mn Hiuaiul lr tiankr la hit Bilk a m4. X Qn every hand are unfai,ng evl. iess disguised, .but more willing to In these words Representative in? that change it and patriotism, cannot The face the light than most submarines, of buslness depression. Brousard of Louisiana explains his ercome the legislative pettiness, action in offering In the Congress a something much less than partylsm, offlc(al reporU the authentic news- - Starting out as honest reformers, the paper dispatches the personal exper- - Democrats, proud of their sclf-arrresolution providing for the Indefihowever that pettiness may have con-- , lence3 of all CtZCns. the vast num- - gated mandate and lacking nil ex- see-te- a nite suspension of the free-sugMntctlvely been given party color, ber of unempioy0d jn all cities and pert acquaintance with facts, pro- of the Underwood tariff act. It sponsible for It. There is a towns are Droof of tne existence of ceeded to embody Inadenuacles. In- Is fc bit rhetorical, perhaps, to dp r. dld chance for men of aU Parttes In condltong wulch tile President says justices, absurdities, whose only lm- rn"h hP. Rlt.mtlnn as annalllne. to get together at this time are not apparent t0 h,m. mediate result was to paralyze hust- The United States Is quite a large rnsress country. In J Some tlme ag0 Mr Alison said ness and throw a scare Into agrlcul- - for the beneflt ot their 1 hnua rnAontlv nilrrbnQ.fl frnm A P Vicr ll rfnrilinrr countrv with 100 000 000 InhabitIndividuals ams. To appall would require eon- - thlt settins together the dlstingulsj-- 1 ,nat our businesa troubles were "psy- - ture. :Apencies for the following Fire. Insurance Companies: .1Continental, 'and the" are clearl" ciloioglcai and had a decided Incll- . . J t I. The one hopeful Idea, a Progres- I. I. I.. iht'ons much more pretentous than rnoem.N unit riueuty, umierwruera, which uiciuuea iiuriiuru, sr.um, riu le who3e lack of equipment for psy- - sivc Idea, was negatived. toward "constitutional .xi-tin- g ones. But Representative The nam- the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. has heen chDatj i. Inferiority." By tills It In; nf nurmmunl. nnnnirlUin any kind of lawmaking Isr. rAnll.ii nffora a rhjn.-These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to In the results of the was understood that he meant there iff was turned down commission for Matesmanshlp tf the highest or- -' demonstrated e entirely was no economic depression, law must be hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, but There was no ODDortunitv civen for r to manifest itself In the Conerfs.3 Judged by their past rather a deliberate conspiracy to in- - the adjustment of differences; for a Th motlin.lv eliminated. r.r thru the fnnrrfia ' aljure his administration. He even scientific revision of the Inequalities employed in plating the Underwool Performances and their mental Participation In the hinted that the late Claflln failure due to inexpert handling. Not grad-wa- s tItude- - thelr ia., ft on the statu o books were ab- ,aw WM ot produc; engineered to bring discredit ually and from time to time, so as to snlutcly lacking In statesmanshio. framln3 of a in necessary revenue In time of upon his utterances. lessen the shock, but as a complete howerer wide the vision for tariff re- against a visioc may have been. The tariff Peace and wlth Provision The President Is unable, apparent- - last word the law went Into effect ,n the In case of Was prosperity and confidence as enacted was not even In accord decrease ly, with all his wisdom, to compre- party re- - war or other ""toward fact would and the business acumen of with the platform of the actualjionditlons. His new only itt confusion uorse confor it. That platform lt laration that there Is no depression the Democratic party vindicated? One dealer or agent " r o .oifr fnr. ron.1 n.i, louuuBi. .uauuiatiuitis niriviiu of business confirms the severity of ' Did labor discover an urgent demand vour citv and vicinitv to and the manufacturer new markets? The bill essaying to put into effect The bread-linehis sell Evinrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe And the farmer? His products that platform was confessedly one the unprecedented demands upon the Motors, which arc advertised in all reputable looking to a tariff, for less than necthey are now unpro-t- o organizations of charity, the appeals were protected FOR FLETCHER'S magazines of the world. This advertising essary revenue, and, to overcome the Vhen the war Is over he city governments for funds to sue- - tectcd. 1 campaign reaches thousands who have use deficit, there was grafted upon the cor the starving, all are proof of un-- 1 will have to meet the competlton of for portable and detachable rowboat t, measure an income-ta- x feature! But ther are bet- -' new rivals, encouraged like himseir usual conditions. motors, but who would have no use for launches on Girl Hoboo Sent Home. account of lack of time and no summer homes. Waite which, if it had any fundamental co- Brad- - by the stimulus of the war Itself. Georgetown, Ky.. Feb. 27. Worn ter proofs to be found. The promptly for particulars as to how representatives are RTriHL fl Bight or wrong, he will hold, the herein thought in it at all, was an n rl Karl rrarl Asl o TA rrlrl rt street report of January 30 shows, with and protected. Begin operations at i expression of almost vindictive class that for the week ending January party responsible for the Increase In once so as to abtaln tne tall benefit ot tne season. eighteen, dressed in male attire, feeling and the rankest demagogy. rates; for evrything that 2S there were 552 business failures freight police station at EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY walked into the JT. Little, if any, emphasis was placed in the United States, and 501 the pinches and grinds him. That Is 292 Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN upon the income tax as a substitute' ,Sadievllle last n ght and asked for- week before, whereas In 1911, under the way of the world. The admln- Hufraising revenue in ihelter. She said she was Lena Istration of the day has to take its ley of Evansvllle, Ind and that she a Protective Tariff, there were, bjit, campaign- - for the amendment to I.- chance of the knocks and boosts. the 290. Goshen (.". Y.) Democrat. had been lured from her home by Can not our friend In Shelbyvllle the Constitution permitting the levy- a boarder Sapp, aged forty-fivnow answer his own question? ing of an Income tax. If any point Ben Is 7 with the Hufley family who had The Same Old Huad. he not. like so many others, paying was emphasized, it was promised to buy her a house boat From Shelbyvllle comes Inquiry for the incapacity of a party that has come tax would be a ready source, the Ohio river and that her from one who has been studying for forgotten what road Is paved with of revenue in the event of war. In lamily was join them. Sapp, shs over a year as to how and how much good Intentions? "L Louisville Herald. either event the radical departure s?Id had cutto off her hair and made the Underwood bill, as it is current In fibcal legislation called for ac- The Kocknort Saw Mill Co' Land, Leas, Rulldlngs and Hand Saw her dress In male attire. Since then ly known, has benefited the people of qualntance with the provisions of the Mill Outfit nt auction ix an entirety. In groups or In separate lots to tho X said they had been hoboelne. this country, the farmers more Administrator's Notice. Constitution of the United States, ' she , highest bidders without limit or reserve, subject' to apprmal of court ou , sapp mi, .treating uer wueuever All persons having claims against the premises. with fundamental principles of law, ' wiin It is a singular thing that there the estate of Preston Moseley, dewith the meaning and value of words ivz uisuucjeu uiui. Sapp was arrested and a jail sen- are very few political convictions so and with the rules of English syntax, on him strongly held, even by many of those ceased, will present them to me proptence and fine imposed and for a certain breadth of mind X7-101- 3 while a collection was taken up for friendly for one reason or another erly proven on, or before April 1st, that could not be Influenced by the She was sent back to to a Democratic administration, as 1915, or they will be barred. Also Beginning the girl prejudice or Ignorance of public afat 0 o'clock a. m. By order of the United State District Court, ill persons Indebted to said estate Evansville today. that, under Democratic administra- either by note or account will please Southern District of Ohio, Western Division, So. 528.'!, is Bankruptcy, Wm, fairs or by desire for petty party tions, prosperity can not exist. It If. Whlttaker, Referee; Joepli L. Lackner, Trustee; l'eclc, Shaffer Jt Perk, advantage. None of these qualities settle same at once and save cost. is still more singular that the conAttorneys. All of the Real Estate is recorded In the Ohio' county Clerk's was permitted to be influential in the W. D. IlENDER, Admr. viction Is supported by historical ex- 34t3 sixty-v- e office at Hartford, the county seat of Ohio county, Kentucky, where tho hours occupied in discusRockport. Ky. DID perience and that periods of severe metes and bounds are' described, viz: sion in the House and Senate of a depression, of unhealthy uncertainmeasure substantially the same as Lot 1. Deed Rook 31, page 300, known as the old Woodbnra saw mill A Refining Influence. ty, and, finally, of social and econone which in a preceding Congress Among the many movements ot lot appraised at $1,250. unrest, have synchronized with omic had furthered in attempted evathe periods succeeding Democratic our time there is none of which the sion of constitutional limitations. Lot 2 Deed Book 29, Page U33, coaaprisbig a llule over one acre of land value is A violent partisSo, also, statesmanship In the ConLydia national victories. length of asserting ot animalless appreciated than that und on the waters of Green Rlter, appraised at 9250. The Price She Paid for protection. Whoever has an might go the gress would have demanded searchE.Pinkham'sVegetobleCom- - that no clearer case of cause and ef- watched animals closely and imparLot 3 Deed Book 20, Paffe 532, known as lot No. 30 in Itockport, Ky., ing inquiry and careful thought In fect need be looked for. Wo do not tially must be convinced that (hey appraised at 150.00 Brought pound Which scaling down the tariff schedule to go that length. We are content to stand In a much nearer spiritual a mere revenue basis, to the end that Lot 4. Deed Book 20, Tajse 545, consisting of Good Health. mark the coincidence, allowing, at relation to us than the majority ot 30, 31 and 32, situated in the central west edge three lots, being numbered Aminjustice should be done to no of the town of Rockport, same time, that contributory cir- people suspect. Not only on account Ky., the erican Interest, great or small, and appraised at $125.00. Danville, more particularly that the iery pur- dollars on your medicine and I feel 30 cumstances may be noted, as, for of the animals themselves Is their Lot 5. Deed Book 30, Page 020, being part of the mill lot, appraised at mucn oeer uiaa 1 example, just now, the European protection urgently necessary, but posed aimed at should not be defeat did when the doctor war. What more natural than to llso as a means to raise the whole 570O.O0 ed But the basis ot the revision ? wa3 treating me. I cherish the corresponding faith that. human moral outlook and the conwas apparently measures promoted j Also, all the Chattel property a,s per appralsnient on file. TKIIMS CASH don't suffer any If to put the Democrats In power Is duct of life. in 1912 obviously as party campaign Nft u W - bcarin? down I piin3 to invite hard times, to turn them It Is extremely foolish to neglect ou confirmation of court. Auction catalog mulled free upon application to material and lacking the essentials at all now and sleep And their protection on the ground that is to insure good times? of sound legislation, while the en- -' well. I cannot say out the welfare of men is more necessary Jarpement of the opportunity for the t enough for Lydia E. that Idea is strongly held, too. VegetaPresident Wilson, above all things than that of animals. Pinkham's admission duty free of raw materials Successors to Tho Keklel & Bcrnliclm Co., The care of animals Is not at all Compound and of history, has been confor industry had within it the prob-- J ;. I 1 ble Pills as they a student this mental attitude from antagonistic to the care ot men, but Auctioneers, Liver scious of ability of inflicting injury upon Am . 1 1 have done so much the start. He has never ceased to Is, on the contrary, the noblest way No. 334 Main Street. M erican producers of such raw materi CINCINNATI. OHIO. for me. I am enjoy insist and to drive home that much of helping mankind; It saves men als, and, In some cases, to the direct , l health now and 0Wt lt aU M of the depression was psychological; from sinking into brutality. advantage or interests which had your rtjmedle3. I take pleasura in We at ouce open to men a source great thru the operations of jng ray friendj and neighbor! about that what the country was suffering when we - from was a state of mind; and that ot the highest enjoyment "-j them. a protective tariff. Mattie HalSY, 301 ColLadies! Save Money and Keep ia he. the President and In those days awaken In them an understanding of quhone Street, Danvilli, Va. But IteMUlts were easily foreseen Style by Reading McCalTs soul-lif- e in animals. Bl'ClBEE'SBUBS SUCCkCD. ' No woman suffering from any form he was pretty much the Administra- the ie warnings against making tlnsiu Tdagazina rtcd Using McCall Patterns song of a He who can hear the tion, too wanted nothing but fair rjSPECIAL OFFER The Eu- - of femk troublw should toj hop? IRmsiMe, werw unliMdwl. ' Mad fa build A w ltniloc.. nnd without rapture, Miilntntlt war has undoubtedly made Ul he ha eivn Lydia E. Pinkham'3 play, was averse to harassing busi- bird unmoved trial will tnaL.0 ioui tr-fnt e m:c.mls M &:.ti ) .! totuer. Baturfaruoa Compound a fair trial oriuux ness, and thought a rest would be and who cannot discover lu it the n a' rcoiur rtf undod the ritontlon acute. The European wealth of Love which constrains tho Um. famou. remedy the meflMnal for the good of all. This Souvenir Collections ltua- war, ibo. ,.did not create tn I' I iG7TT7iaur3i7ia ..c ai songster to pour forth his mel, , tntrredienti cf which rr d r.ycd ,. .. .. .. And thereupon has followed much little . . ll, irw IT ,wr, in rcUll. frna r a IL has from native rnoU and heiL, .. lor .uouiIiik and clapping of hands; ody; he who does not delight In the ' f i Vt x a ? btrnMU. Ita.U I , J i . ... y..a I i .1... T La? Tim u fta sal tfcl Duuk Urau.1. n U, I 10 . i.eciel br u, ly. t Ihope ha dawned anew, to bedlsap-,i- ,. boisterous Jubilation, with which the Ot AlUATLEIJ TO I'LEAM. i' tl K dog greets his human friends, In the Write to'day hy Mention thlt Pdptr preUy con"t,lt,-vl.s.sla- - mil. "iti,Ma.r Woin.n po- - faithful eyes of animals so full of S13NU 2n ol;nt.s ,&mU t- th i. Itf .. am lu (.DiUi.'.oa .rful llntment Damocratlc boar willinuu uimoav Aitho ika law ytUk4p(h.iat iri wi. Sf.iA i I . i avtmr, U rVK. tf EV1 f . ic flltlcal o let than economic. havo expression, in the beauty and Interest " 'in j a 'jit 1,.. . mnntii. of tha teal eor virtu of LyOi L'. Pinkhaio' .v tt ways and actions, he who i jn MHa awi, bits Compounl ;! n.M.fu, w4 ,eoaie to be pretty gouerally regard- of their coaatiB3rt.u tbj, . tc . 1W. Jttb. .ndi hoUlllUQH. b.8gan. two n.onthb am destructive, not as constructive, does not love to watch the free una 1 m,44 tMr iv.-- r. ' crai " LB'; ': lue of rwMt 1 tht If you liavw tho sllRlitestd mlt . U vm MIW, Ma I 1 1M t cfote u :. t. ti..urir folding of their undeveloped natures for a long time ' I' 'If S '( . H ,u vi n...M... will Ihk rlisl imports fra of duty In that ;Wr Jlmt LyIn t iMiiKliom'i. oantu-...owe- Democratic leaders .11 H,!i. Jlut l BBcxrow. m. to him aro wanting a joyous and in. n, ua.iusa iruiu hirhct Ibmi 11 were amiablo enthusiasts contemptu' M. an r u.im luiitue. ous of experience and unused to the a refining moral Influence. Such a j Vkl Cut na twt n . jng year ot Sia9.97f .HiiUH (eoii..ilenthil)!.y.iii.3Inv. ..forad-va- . im,iitjj it riait fur (In j aot hard knocks. Most people person is indeed incapable of a right l r, m',i( ual tii anil cn.ti I'nto (ir.vr a decrease In the value, of Uutt- - vJcCj your letter will lm opi'iiod, schoolthem; many thought them hon- perception of natural feeling. Zur- -' liked ns at toEfi-- 3 i : 1 j: a, rm able imports of $59,001,114. a virt-- . ri..u nui jmnvenHl liya woman, est; and a few trusted them. The cher Dlatter. ' basis for reveaue by au(j 114 x strict couihlciicc. ual loss in the way of the tariff of $199,039,628. This lots was reflected In a decrease AM AAA MA .A.in..A fpARI ll O ff . r UUflTI UttllUU 1 OCC ULL UUdlllLUU RQNE:K j " 0. Tariff Costs Less Bakes Better MJmfililk CALUMET BAKING POWDER rf ' r( law-maki- ffi ECONOMY 'tN gS skhsi k-- ct f'i """" "" iio. - r, ... al lljSjH lEE5l!! ftJHtHf eg i o- j sp-er.- - Inew insurance agency! 1 i t 'tlon n tariff-incom- t I E. E. BIRKHEAD, - Hartford, Ky. : t aB5-egat- re-he- dec-'stor- ' de-!su- ,o,-Qn- , A7 A TCT"P"RT", Children Cry CASTO R A n. s, -- i ....,, '.,.., r n,t e, .u.i .on ot fRUSTEE'S SALE IN BANKRUPTCY Wednesday, 3VTo,irola. WHAT $10 bn FOR THIS WOMAN ' THE MERCANTILE AUCTION COMPANY s " I , tj!I-wax- Mrs. ' BULBS' U W .. , wn ,.....,,. m - '"'. lhrv t 11 I 1 ...... u-Wb- ' orJ - ?, 1 M 1 ' - ltf I 1 4 -- -- w 1 . 1 1. ' a : Ma 1 kaUB JfSSSSSS. d wwraiO' 1 1 . i 1. v''aiV ii 1 T CANDIDATE FOR SECRETARY OF STATE TARIFF HANDICAP IS SURE TO RETURN Wnen the War is Over, Free-Trad- e Will Reopen the Door to lBBBBBBjttNfcKi&jHHfca For-eig- n Competition. Whatever may bo the opinion of W. the views of George gard to unnecessary Perkins in re- political third parties, he Is certainly sound upon the subject of the Tariff. It Is likely, too, that one reason why this leader of the Progrcslvcs is returning to his old political home Is the way In which the Democrats treat this vital issue. He is informed upon the matter of how the present Tariff law is affecting the business, and he, therefore, ran speak with much authority. Mr. Perkins was called asa witness before the Commission of Industrial relations at their vestigation that is now going in- on at New York. In the course of his ques- tioning he was asked whether In his opinion the effects of the present Tariff would have been so depressing had It not been for'thc European war. His reply was both prompt and vigorous. "Under the present Tariff law ho said, "brutal as that statement may seem, I believe that conditions here would have been a great deal worse had It not been for the war In Europe. And It wo have to continue under the present duties, I believe that after the European war is over our conditions are going to be much worse than they are now." We welcome Mr. Perkins to the ranks of those who can look ahead and sec the dangers that will confront Industrial America at the conclusion of hostilities abroad. This Is the position that the press has taken constantly and consistently. To our minds there is no question as to the facts in tho case. The one thing that y saving the life of many an Is Industry in the United States Is the European war. Because of that conflict we are having a natural Protection from the flood of foreign imports that would otherwise pour into the country. The nations that are today waging war across the ocean are the big. manufacturing countries of Europe. It Is impossible for a people to carry on war and foreign trade at the same time, therefore, for the moment, the American mraket has ceased to be the prize for which these countries ire contending. They are crippled Industrially, and we are reaping the direct advantage of this condition. The American manufacturer is y receiving Protection that a Democratto give. ic administration refused That is the reason why American Industry is not now on its back. The conditions of the present will end at the close of the war. Then will return the Tariff handicap that existed before the war began. What this was Is a matter that 1b only too well known to the American producer. It meant an Increased importation Into tho United States of foreign goods to the value of one million dollars each working day of the month. The Democratic cry was that tho new law .would increase American exports to other countries. The one oxport that it did increase was that of gold. It trebled gold exports during the past year, in comparison with the year that .went before. This was the gold 'that was taken away to pay for the balance of trade aglnst this country under the Democratic Tariff. The more the present Tariff Is considered and experienced the more desire there is on the part of the nation to return to tho days when a Republican Protective Tariff was the law of the land. There was no talk of Increased taxation in those days. But now we have a law imposing a hundred million alleged "war" tax, and an Income tax from which another hundred millions was expected, and there is threatened a bond Issue to meet current expenses. The Republicans paid the current expenses of the Panama Canal largely from the Treasury surplus. The canal is now completed and is earning money, but the Democrats propose to issue bonds to keep It open. The great difference between the Democratic present and the Republican past 1h plain, Indeed, to see. to-dato-da- sNJNNJJs1sMM'MsWsMsMsNMntfTFi Jin VBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBEtF- 'PWJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHrlk Y hbbjnnjnnjnnjnnjny( ??lsB?5l!WK3 - - v G. B. LIKENS I an a candidate THE VOTEns OF KENTUCKY for Secretary of subject to the will of the Democratic party to be expressed in the primary election Aug. 7, 19IG My party lojalty. my availability m a candidate, my conduct ne n private citizen and my word as a public otnclat are respectfully submitted ror InteMfgutlon and consideration. For more than three jears I have you as Assistant Auditor, and while the office fs not an elect he one, the duties are important and exacting. Theie 1 have honestly endeavored to discharge properly and efficiently. My experience, I fee), has especially equipped me to nil the office to which I now aspire. If nominated and elected as your Secretary Oi State, all the energy and ability v.lilch I have shall be earnest'- - devoted to the business of that department. No duty will be too arduous for me to perform faithfully, and none will be considered too trivial to receive careful and prompt attention. Feeling very grateful for the assurances of support already received, and soliciting Cue votes and influence of all, I am, Sincerely yours, G. B. LIKENS. TO State, even had Ms expectations! been realized, It la prcbal le he would havo been defeated. During tho campaign he made a strong appeal to tho women. He clt- jed his retention of Mrs. Ella Flagg Young as uperlntendent of schools, and the appointment of women to other Important positions as evidence he believed In women's capacity for public service. Mrs. Harrison, who m is a talented woman, made addresses for him. Mrs. Young has issued J a criticism of the women for their M vote against tho Mayor. Of his total vote, a little more j. d was cast by women. than Of the total vote cast for Robert M. Swcltzer, who won the nomination, d was cast a little less than by women. On a percentage basis, tho Mayor had the best of it. But G7,CCC wo Mr. Swcltzer received men's votes to 3G.207 for the Mayor, whereas the Mayor had expected at least twice as many. With four pre H cincts missing, the vote was: Total, i Men Women 182,534 i Swcltzer 124, SCS 57.CCC 36,207 104,983 Harrison C8.77C Republicans nnd Democrats nomifor Mayor, City nated candidates Treasurer, City Clerk, Judge of the Al Municipal Court dermen. Of these, two Democratic candidates for Alderman owe their nomination to the votes of the women, which tends to prove that the majority of the women vote as do the majority of the men; that Is In the support of candidates who have been classed by reform organiza- - ' tions as undesirable. Alderman ("Hlnky Dink") Kenna received the support of 1,204 women, 98. while his only rival had "Charley" Martin received 1,816, while 1,338 were cast for the candidate who was supported by the rer formers. Forty per cent, of the vote cast for "Smooth Ed". Cullerton In the Eleventh was by w6men, while only 25 per cent was. given his opponent. "Barney" Grogan, a saloonkeeper, whose license was revoked by the Mayor on the day before the primary, because of charges that the saloon was a disorderly place, polled 1,453 women's votes, and his closest competitor, a team owner, backed by the city administration, polled 827. ward an In the Twenty-sevent- h offered an exception to the rule. 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Plaaaa mdarstaaJ, tkas rata ai by mail Mm nvMif mnm i Tuiaf mnrpp. i WM MUUU. bvwunasivn Daily EvaaSaaj Faat, oa yaar w.n r r.i" ILH Hartford Republican, 1 yr - JI.O'Wj 3-- BEWA AND DEWEY take the Admiral from the train shed when Vice President Burnett appeared and prevented further embarrass- SOUND MUCH ALIKE ment. The word that Admiral Dewey was on his way to this city reached Buffalo before President Smith's priAll Sorts of Trouble Results to vate car. A Reception Committee was formed to greet him and moving Japanese Imperial picture men crowded the platforms. disappointment was Considerable Representative. manifest when the train arrived and the error was explained. I Admiral Dewa did not hesitate to Buffalo, N. Y., Feb. 27. Admiral express his disapproval at such treatShlgeto Oewa, naval counselor to the ment. He was particularly angry to the Mikado, special envoy to the with Secretary Bryan for not having Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition and one accorded him proper escort. of the heroes of Port Arthur, arrived "I am in your country as the spehere at noon yesterday greatly vexed cial envoy of the imperial Japanese because "Admiral Dewa" and "Ad- government to the great exposition miral Dewey" sound similar; much at San Francisco," he said tonight. out of humor with New York City, "Your State Department was duly and entirely indignant with Presi- notified of the time of my arrival In New York but seemed to take no dent Wilson's State Department. On the similarity of the names of heed. My experience In Now York the hero of Port Arthur and tlio hero lust evening was awful to say the of Manila hinges a series of mishaps least, There is no excuso for It. Prewhich are likely to prove very em- cautious should have been taken by barrassing to the American Govern- tho proper officials to prevent such ment. They have brought a sharp an occurrence. It seems to me that e tho whole affair displays a great , criticism of Mr. Bryan from the Admiral. blunder somewhere." Accompanying Admiral Dewa were Beroro he left Now York it developed today the Admiral narrow- Commander Selzo Kobyasntke, Lieut. Ureda and ly escaped arrest in the Grand Cen- Commander Woshitaka tral Station, it being charged 'he and several other officers of high rank. his staff were attempting to masqu- All reflected the displeasure of their chief at the mishaps which had beerade as American naval officers. Gen. Greene, of this city, whom fallen. 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The names given over the telephone were confused and President Smith's car was reserved for Admiral Dewey. When the Japanese Admiral with his largo staff arrived and started to board tho car they were curtly ordered to leave. for Admiral Dewey," "Reserved said the big man on guard. "But Admiral Dewa is here," protested a member of the party. Tho guard smiled but became angry when Admiral Dewa pushed him aside and started to board President Smith's car. The Admiral was thrust rudely away. Ills fellow officers at once The guard cume to hU assistance. was reinforced by negro porters. "Get the police," yelled the guard. Two officers immediately appeared. The policemen were Just ready to arranged that the Japanese hero Be Cured iihould travel between New York and Catarrh Cannot with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they Buffalo In President Smith's private cannot reach the teat of the disease. Cadisease, tarrh s blood or car. Vice President Burnett, of tho nnd Inisorder to cureconstitutional take InIt you mutt New York Central, directed that the ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is upon taker. Internally, and car should be attached to the fast the biood and mucousacts directly Hall's surface. quaclc medicine. It a train for Buffalo. But then the trou- Catarrh Cure la not ono phywas prescribed by a of the best sicians In this country tor years and Is regular prescription. It Is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two Ingredients Is what produces such wonderful results In curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. V. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. Democrat Admits Party Blundered. 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THOMAS, of Ohio County, a candidate for State Senator, 7th composed of District, Senatorial Referring to an editorial In this Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler coun--tle- s. General primary election Aug. paper In which we charged that the 7, 1915. farmers did not get enough for their wheat last year and that there Is now "We are authorized to announce no excuse for the high price of flour HON. ALBERT LEACH, of Beaver as very little wheat had been export Dam, Ky., a candidate for State Sena- ed, The Louisville Herald Says: "But tor in the 7th Senatorial District com- we did not know that there was a prised of the counties of Ohio, But- newspaper or farmer In the State Republican who was so ill informed as to' be ler and Muhlenberg. lleve that very little wheat had been primary election, Aug. 7, 1915. exported." The Herald then attempts 'that the opposite is true by We are authorized to announce to show quoting the amount sent abroad for WILLIAM D. MORRIS, of East Hartending Jan. 1. Well, ford precinct, a candidate for the seven monhs Repre- we stick to our proposition notwithRepublican nomination for showing. It is sentative of Ohio county. General standing the Herald's known by those not "ill informed," primary election Aug. 7, 1915. that very much of the exports of wheat for the time mentioned was We are authorized to announce from the 1913 crop. Why, only tho preW. S. DEAN, of Sulphur Springs made this day before the Herald cinct, a candidate for the Republic- plea, it published the testimony of an nomination for Representative of Leiter, the greatest of all wheat Primary election OWo county. gamblers, that the farmers were to Aug. 7, 1915. blame for the high price of wheat. The Herald should agree with those We are authorized to announce for whom it would apologize. If the It. Ii. EMBRY a candidate for the farmer has still got the wheat and RepresRepublican nomination for holding it with the prices around $1.-6- 0 entative from Ohio County. General a bushel, thus keeping up prices, primary election Aug. 7, 1915. as Leiter claims, of course It has not been exported in sufficient quantities We are authorized to announce to cause the almost prohibitive prices JtfDGE j. s. GLENN, of Hartford, in flour. Neither is contention M a candidate for the nomination true. American wheat is now in the for Judge of the Sixth Judicial Dihands of the great millers, Elevastrict, subject to the action of the tor men and Speculators and it was JDesaocratic party at the State Primary the first Saturday In August, bought from the farmers at from 57 cents to 70 cents per bushel. When 1$15. flour, made from this same wheat, is sold to the consumer at $8. to $10. We are authorized to announce a barrel, he is being robbed, and OTTO C. MARTIN a candidate for some one is being enriched to the the Republican nomination for Cir- tune of millions without having faircuit Court Clerk at the general pri- ly earned it. There ought to be powmary election Aug. 7, 1915. er some where to stop this kind of business. Will The Herald, which We are authorized to announco poses as a friend to the common CAL. P. KEOWN a candidate for the people, help us find the trouble and Republican nomination for Circuit stand for the correction of a condi Court Clerk of Ohio County, General tion which permits the speculator to squeeze the farmer out of his wheat primary election August 7, 1915. at 57 cents a bushel, only to sell It We are authorized to announce back to him in flour at $10. a bar WALLACE H. RILEY a candidate rel. . for the Republican nomination for How to Restore Prosperity. Court Clerk of Ohio county. If the party in power wants to General Primary August 7, 1915. restore national prosperity, let it lead We are authorizet to announce to constructive work by sweeping aw CARL M. TAYLOR, of Prentiss pre- ay many of the harassing rcstrlc cinct, a candidate for the Republican tlons of business for which it, as well nomination for Circuit Court Clerk as tho Republican party, is responsl of Ohio County. General Primary ble. Under such a policy, with a willingness to admit mistakes and to Saturday, August 7, 1915. overcome them by a reversal of some of the blunders committed In destroyIn this issue, of The Republican ing the sugar Industry and Injuring appears an announcement of Hon. others by Free-Trad- e tendencies, G. B. Likens, who Is asking the Dem- there would quickly come prosperity ocratic nomination for Secretary of to the cotton growers of the South, State. Mr. Likens is too well known, to the sugar producers of Louisiana to most of our readers for us to be and the West, to every factory in tho able to add anything to his splendid land, to the railroads and to every e man, industrial and business interest of reputation. He Is a honest, faithful to every trust and our country. Bay City (Mich!) Na MX honor to Ohio county, bis native tional Farmer. L heath. The Democratic party could find no more deserving or better PLEASANT GROVE. quipped man for this nomination, March 1. The people in this viand having faced him In many hard cinity are busy farming. political contests, we think we can Mr. Mack Dowel I went to Fords-vlll- e Thursday, estimate his fighting abilities. The highest compliment we could pay Mrs. Annie Sapp will have a sate him, in this regard, is to say that we March 25, one mile west of here. .Republicans always dread his superb Mr. Charley Butler returned homo atrategem and his "never say quit" Thursday from Fordsrille. Mr. H.. O. Whittinghlll and famiqualities. Here's hoping that you mUl at least win the nomination, ly spent Saturday night with Mr, T. E. Butler's family. "Cake." Mrs. W. C. Keene spent Sunday The loss to Ohio county through with her daughter, Mrs. J. N. Shreve. the mall order houses at Chicago Those on the sick list are improv justf ether largo cities is alarming. ing. Sat-OTdself-mad- something Ilko $100,000 sent Ohio county to distant cities every year. This Is a serious matter. Our merchants should tako notice and see If tho fault lies with them. Sears, Roebuck &. Co., recently declared a dividend of 50 per cent, Indicating that they make a profllt on what they sell. Do our merchants handle what the people want, at a reasonable profit and do they advertise In the most attractive way? Many of them do not advertise at all. Jt Is only a question of time when tho mall order houses will get theso who do not. As we hftVe often said It Is suicide to starve our own merchants, but they should let the peoplo of what they havo a knowledge handle and their prices. They may be sure the mail order houses are doing this. We would regret to seo tho day when we would have no Country merchants, but that Is what All cities we are drifting toward. These vast and no small towns. sums of money sent away would discharge many obligations, If kept at homo through our own merchants. Even that pari which nnnlly goes to the wholesale house to pay for the goods, bought by the merchant, might pay debt after debt, before It is sent away in me iorm oi a ciicck on some local bank, if paid to him for the goods here. POSSUM HUNTERS ARE SURPRISED Six Masked Men Act In Caught In Hardin County. Ellznbethtown, Ky., March 2. Six masked men wcr surprised by o in cor 8 last night as they were In the act of whipping Richard Smothers, who lives in the outskirts of the city, but no arrests were made, though tho mntter hns been reported to the grand grand Jury, the offlcers having recognized all the men involved in the attack. Smothers recently moved Into the neighborhood and for bo mo unknown reason incurrod the enmity of some of the residents of his immediate section. Yesterday ho received a warning that a band of men would visit his house at night to whip him unless he loft town. Smothers reported tho matter to the offlcers, who went to his house, arriving thero about the same time that the band of masked men arrived. The offlcers jerked the masks from the faces of the .assail ants and took the names of all those Involved, but made no arrests. One or two of the offlcers were inclined to think the affair was a Joke, merely intended to frighten Smoth ers, but he insists he was hit on the head with a broomstick, and a club was found under the coat of one member of the attacking party. the well paid miners of this district would bo In direct competition with the peon labor of Mexico, for the Underwood bill opened the way for Importation of both lead and zinc, the two mnln products of the Coeur The effect of such Importations would be one of two things cither a reduction of wages or a suspension of mining operations. The prolnged revolution alone hns saved vs and it is now believed n Republican administration will be in control before anything approaching normal operations can be restored In Mexico. As to the Eurpoenn war. It has not only saved the country from a Influx of load and zinc from Europe, but It hns created a suspension of mining and smelting operations In European countries, particularly in Belgium and Germany. Thus has fato intervened in our behalf and lessened to some extent the damaging effect of Democratic Free-TradFor bo It understood that the domestic demand for spelter and lead has nothing to do with the present high price of tho former mulhe fair price that has been maintained for the latter. It is the foreign market cither for the metals direct or for manufactured goods Into which they enter. Wallaco (Idaho) Miner. pos-sihlo e. New Dress Goods Our advance showings of the new Dress Goods, Linens Notice Pay Your Tne. Town taxes for the year 1915 are due. Please call at my store on Main street and get your tax receipt and save the penalty. O. T. O'BANNON, 31tf Tax Collector. IMPORTANT NOTICE a Farm For Sale. Eighty acres of good land containing dwelling, barn and other outbuildings, situated on Hartford and Rockport road. Well and spring on farm. Church and schoolhouse near. For price, terms, etc., call or address BARNETT 34tf & SON, Agts. Ky. Hartford, No Possible Excuse Is What possible excuse for It. there for a Democratic Tariff commission? The thing is absolutely inconsistent with the Democratic position on the Tariff, if Protection as the Baltimore platform declared, is unjust, immoral, constitutional, unwise, the mother of monopoly and the cause of the high cost of living, what light can an investigation into the. comparative cost of production at home and abroid throw on the subject? If the object of Tariff revision is the reduction of prices by an increase in importations, then the discovery that articles can be produced more cheaply abroad than at home only throws In stronger light the blessedness of Free-TradThe existence or the extinction of an American industry has nothing to do with the case. What reply was made to the Louisiana sugar men who pleaded that frea sugar meant the ruin of an industry? Simply, as stated by Senator John Sharp Williams, that If an American Industry couldn't live without then it ought to die. There isn't much room for the verdict of a Tariff commission as to production cost at home and abroad in such a scheme of Tariff making as that, is e. Pro-tt'ctio- n, The Farm Agency of the Continental Fire Insurance Co., of Hartford, Connecticut, formerly represented by A. C Yeiser, has been transferred to me. I Also have the Agency for the Recording business in the following companies: Continental, Hartford, Aetna, Phoenix, and Fidelity underwriters, which includes the business written in all towns in Ohio Connty. These are all old line Insurance Companies. I will be glad to have you call on me or I will see you at your home for anything in the insurance line. E. E. BIRKHEAD, and Waistings, Woolens and Washable Fabrics, suitable for garments of every description, are on display in our Dress Goods section. These new things we want you to see. We want you to know that you can buy your new Spring outfit now and have it ready for the early Easter. t? E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Ky. Hartford, Ky. Office 'Phone, No. 66. Residercs 'Phone, No. 41. LUMBER Jake We will fljrure qwlck an hlp quick We will figure right ud' ship right Sash, Doors. Columns. Nails, Builders' Hard ware Call, Write, 'Phone. Bills for Residence or Cottage. there? The truth Is, of course, that a lot Democrats, representof weak-knee- d ing districts that are certain to unseat them at the next election because of the injury inflicted by the Underwood bill, are ready to deny their faith and embrace the Protective policy to save their own scalps. But when they do that, they ought to como right on over into the party that stands now, and always has stood for Protection. Being wrong on the Tariff question doesn't worry these Democratic Congressmen, but the thought of what Is going to happen to them next year is quite .unpleasant. They cannot blind the people at this stage of the game by any Tariff commission They assailed dodge. Protection, they enacted a Tariff for revenue measure, the usual results have followed, and these misguided politicians ought to sit still and take their medicine. National Republican. Carload of Fertilizer. I will have a carload of Fertilizer in about March ICth. It' taken from car will be 95 cents per hun S. L. KINO, dred pounds. 33t4 Hartford, Ky. a Hard on Them But Helps Us. ruary amounted to $2,500, If this it means waa an a vera go month is fair to that the orders through the JJartford office would represent not the amount mat than Then we aast from the county. pre-agate one-fourt- pt Bee during the month of Feb- f3,t0O a year. It h Of course, we would all be glad, to see peace and order restored in Mex ico and an end to the bloody con flict in Europe, but did It ever occur to you that we of the Coeur d'Alene district are in a great measure spared 4 A. 8. or E. Notice. the pinch of hard times due to the The county union A. 8. of E. will Democratic administration through meet at 9 o'clock" a.m. the revolution to the South and the next Saturday, March 6th, Alt those great war .serosa the Atlantic? It wishing to pool poultry are request- peaceful conditions bad prevailed in ed to be present. Mexico during the past two years it 8ILAS STEVENS, Pres. is the candid opinion of tboee best HENRY M. PIRTLE, Seo'y. informed on the mining industry that Facing; an Enormous Deficit. FORDSVILLE PLANING . MILL 1UIIPANY ZkL The average citizen, which means Incorporated the man who has no time to devote YVilnon Mgr. FORDSVILLE, KY. to thoro study of national affairs, or the citizen who pays little attention to questions of finance and taxation broadly applied, has little Idea of the is but half the deficit in the Postal one way In which that taxation may deplorable condition with which the revenues. Probably tho war taxes bo laid which will be of benefit, and" country is now confronted. will pick up some, but the liquor and that Is to restore or .practically to A few days ago The Philadelphia tobacco receipts are more likely to restoro tho Payne tariff bill. This Inquirer, one of the great newspapers decline than increase. Is said In no partisan sense. It la of tho country, reviewed the situamust bo remembered that the plain truth. Wo cannot keep on at "It tion and presented the facts and war taxes expire by limitation on tho rate wo are going without meetfigures with extraordinary precision. January 1 next, and thus will cover ing disaster. "Nine days," said Tho Inquirer, only one-ha"If Congress, In a spirit of defiof fiscal year, while "are left in which Congress is ex- in the following the March sugar will go ance, shall simply wait until fall and pected to appropriate One Billion on the freo list Instead of paying a 'then lay a lot of extra direct taxes, Dollars for governmental expenses country will rise In wrath. No year beginning July small duty as now. This will give the during the fiscal six months of no war tax and four man could conduct personal business 1 next. A considerable portion of months of no sugar tax und In spite as Congress conducts that of tho Nathis sum will be wasted, a larger sum of this the appropriations now being tion without going Into bankruptcy. will represent extravagance and the It Is tlmo tho American people uncerbo essential. Under ordi- made for the next fiscal year are rest will tain to be at the maximum. Against derstood the situation as it exists nary circumstances (the country could this constantly increasing deficit and especially as It Is certain to destand such folly, but it becomes velop in tho next few months." The there Is painfully evident that tho money is general a nominal net balance In tho fund of $47,000,000, but this During eight In sight at present. not is largely composed of fractional curmouths of this fiscal year we have rency, copper nickel and minor silver FOUL AND FAIR PLAY,,, ordinary receipts to the run behind coins, silver bullion and silver dolamount of .$82,000,000, not including expenses for the Panama Canal lars. The Treasury Department has always considered that $50,000,000 and payment of the Interest on public was the lowest limit of safety under debt. These items bring up the total That limit is deficit to more than $100,000,000, these circumstances. already passed. while the Postal department is about "In view of these official figures d $20,000,000 behind. Thus with of the year ahead of us we are it must be Insisted that the adminis$121,000,000 behind. It the increase tration has made and is making a is at the same rate the ordinary de- sad mess of our national budget. ficit will be more than $180,000,000. From the very beginning Its policy "Against this there must be set off has been to decrease the normal revthe returns from the income and cor- enues by attacking American Indusporation taxes payable before June try thru tariff reductions and to in30. It was officially estimated, that crease expenditures for every possiYou cannot expect to have goodA these items would bring In $85,000,-00- ble purpose; Its sole constructive and healthy Poultry unless you feed measure of a financial character has but it Is admitted that this is them on the right kind of Feed to much too large and the. revised fig- been to lay a war tax In times of produce health and'fat that makes ures are $66,000,000, which seem profound peace and even this has not 'keep that kind of Even-i- f highly optimistic. this sum produced anything like the sum ex- tenderness. We feed for the farmyard, and oar papected! is reached there will be a deficit of "Yet we are within a few days of tron say they never bought better. considerably more than $100,000,-00- 0 ' the end of the session and with the Gives satisfaction whereever 'tried. inunless the income is greatly your barnyard Feed here and creased from other sources. What deficit starfng us in the face no meas- Get are these sources? Only the cus- ures are offered either to increase you will always have satisfactory jlj toms, internal revenue and war taxea revenue or to decrease expenses. A and healthy Poultry, 'greater example of aside from a possible increase in of public finance has not been postal receipts. Altho the war taxea have been collected for four months I shown in our whole history, There The Protfaee Merckamta the total receipts from Internal seems little doubt that unless extra V sources are only $9,000,000 ahead of taxation is imposed we shall go on HARTFORD, . MNTICKT. last year to the same date, and this the financial rocks and there is Juit i' lf one-thir- 0, ' W. E. ELLIS BRO. fr ... H Vi &" univairi..iM.tnja,lil, Do You Know? If you do not, we want to tell you KDWARUS SCHOOL HOUflK. entertain in the school chapel next Farmers have taken advantage of It is Thursday night, March 11. hoped that a large nudlcnco will be this pretty weather sowing oats, present as plans for next year's burning plant beds, etc. COME LOOK AT in this space, that we are receiving every week some special lines of t 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 acquaint yourselves with the New Spring weaves. Your inspection will be appreciated. Do this, and remember that IT MONEY. PAYS TO TRADE course will be announced. We wlirglvo'ybiT your"moal and also your crush, made out of your own corn, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays of each week. Will exchange cither meal or crush any day in the week. W. E. ELLIS & URO. 3114 Hartford, Ky. Tho Overton" road case Is on trial lu the County Court before Esquire Shown, Judge Wilson being (Unqualified. Ir is a motion for a new road leading from Paradise to Ilockport and is being bitterly fought by citizens of that community both for and ngalnst the prodject. The Ideal Players showed at Dr. Bean's opera houso Monday and Tuesday nights and was pronounced by many one of the best of the season. Fair crowds greeted them each night and enjoyed some hearty laughs. The musical selections rendered by Palmer and Larue never failed to bring forth applause. Mrs. Oda Sclbcrt died at her residence In Mt Carmcl, III. last Tuesday evening at C o, clock of consumption. Sho was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Grigsby, of this city, and leaves a husband and three small children. Mr. and Mrs. Grigsby left Wednesday for Mt. Carmel to attend the funeral, which took place there Thursday. BLACK MINOKCAH from J. D. nussell's fOwensboro) prize winning Northup Strain. White Wyundottti, from Mrs. Tom Hayden's (Owens-boro- ) famous Duston Strain. Big, farm raised Cockrels, $1.00 each; Eggs $1.00 per 15. L. T. BARNAItD, 32tf R. F. D. 4. Hartford, Ky. . Rev. Vnnhoy filled his appointment at Dethcl Sunday. There are soveral cases of mumps and measles In this locality. Mrs. Lucy Spinks, who has been sick for some time, Is no better. Mr. Clyde Bryant and wife, Cor-tPorter and wife and children and Farrls Bryant, nil of Williams Mines, visited Mr. C. A. Bryant Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Oarlln Taylor and Willie Duke of Butler county, visited friends and relatives here and at Red Hill this week. Miss Lula Wolf, who has been at tending school at St. Vlnslnt for some time, has returned home. Several from hero attended court at Hartford Monday. Mr. D. Hurt and wife went to Borah Saturday and returned Sunday. Mr. Ernest Martin, who has been sick for some time with typhoid fever was able to return to his work at Owensboro Monday. Mrs. M. J. Hurt Is visiting her son at McIIenry. Mrs. Desslo Troy, of Taylor Mines, is' visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs. II. Spunks of this place. Miss Ella Dabney is visiting her sister, Mrs. Lottie McDanicl, Williams Mines. OUR THINGS READY TO WEAR us I I i ' WHY DOES OUR STORE HAVE BETTEE GOODS AND BETTER STYLES AND SELL THE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU i Hartford Republican, FRIDAY, XARCH 5. J5o . SOUTH BOUND. 141-11- ' . V . M, H. A E. RAILROAD TIME TA RLE AT HARTFORD, KY. SOUTH BOUND. No. 115 due at Hartford 9:20 a. m. NORTH BOUND. No. 114 due at Hartford 2:20 p. m. No. -. 1 ' - No. 112-14- 4 r . Lv. Louisville 8:35 Ar. Irvington 10:0C Lv. Irvington 10:40 Ar. Hartford 1:40 NORTH BOUND. Lv. Hartford 2:05 Ar. Irvington 5:35 Lv. Irvington 5:4C Ar. Louisville 7:40 a. m. a.m. fc. m. p. m. p, m. p. in. p. m. p, in. J i I When In Louisville STOP AT THE .. 5th Avenue i Hotel t FRANK ECKERT, Prop. H.H.ECKERT,Mgr. ! i 1'fl Up, European Plan i 3 r. . U r ' Mr. 3. P. Sanderfur, who baa been nilie ill, ia convalescing, Mr. Alva Calloway, uentertown, was here on business Wednesday. Mr. John Glenn is visiting friends st bis old borne, Drakesboro, this week. N3m MyrtlePark, Central Grove, r, was the guestot Mlaa. Qayle Tlche-last week. . Biulr.rj7HTMiles and Mr. J. J. Russell, Paradise," were among our v oallers Wednesday. Quite aTumber from taere attendTaylor ed the funeral of Liberty Tuesday. at 8. L. King Is headquarters for harness. Dress your teams up at 33t arises that are right. -- Pictures, and good ones, at Dr. Bean'svopera bouse Saturday night. h Absolutely Misa-Lucilnew-reek- The entertainment given by the Palmers, who were substituted for the Panama Canal Pictures number, at College Hall Wednesday night, was without doubt one of the best ever given in Hartford and those who missed it failed to take advantage of a rare treat. The large audience was held spellbound from the very start, and was handled at will by the entertainers, who seemed to appreciate the attention and added to their efforts. Every member of the quintette is an artist in both playing and singing but special mention should be made of Mrs. Effle C. Palmer, contralto and reader, whose readings were a splendid feature of tho excellent program. Each number was greeted with enthusiastic applause and when the last selection had been rendered they sat as if In Mr. and Mrs. Bardwell, of' Taylor a trance for fully three minutes, Mines, were the guests ot,.Mra. R. E. loath to bring to a close a most Loo Slmmerffian Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. McKlnney, Taylor The Carter ditch case which has Mines, were the guests of Mr. and been on the docket for some time, Mrs. J. P. Sanderfur last week. was tried in County Court Monday For Northern White Seed Oats, nnd Tuesday before Special Judge 11. P. Taylor. The proposed ditch is pee Acton Bros., near the Daviess and Ohio county 33t2 Hartford, Ky. It involvDr, and Mrs. Shultz, of Pleasant line, near Panther Creek. ed a large number of the best citiRidge, were the guests of Mrs. zens of the county on both sides and Shultz'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. imir been hotly contested from first Sanderfur, last week. to last. The people asking tho esA fine lot of Red Top Grass Seed tablishment of the ditch were reprefor sale. Call on or address, sented by Heavrln and Kirk, while HIRAM MILLER, W. T. Ellis, Owensboro and Glenn Beaver Dam, Ky. 27tf and Slmmermau of the local bar repSalesiun"Wantel"To"look after our resented those opposed to it. The folinterest in Ohio and adjacent coun- lowing composed the Jury who tried Adties. Salary or Commission. the case: Hooker Williams, Tom dress The Harvey Oil Co., Cleveland, S. H. Oglesby, R. M. Miller, R. Ohio. and H. Nantz Joe Robertson. If you are going to" buy" a Watch, After hearing the evidence from a seo us first. Will compare prices large number of witnesses and arguwith any one and save you nioney. ments of consul, they returned a verknow dict against the ditch. It is underWith 1C years experience, what to offer you. stood an appeal will be taken. J. B. TAPPAN, Jeweler. An amusing Incident occured durThe CambrTdgbPlaycrscome here ing the argument ot the Carter ditch highly recommended and should case Wednesday. Cap. W. T. Ellis prove one of the best numbers of the was making tho closing speech for course. Besides singing they stage the opponents of the ditch and in scenes of famous plays. At College some way he got on the County Board Hall next Thursday evening, March of Supervisors. The way he trimmed 11th. them seemed to suit the audience Steel Plows, Oliver and indicated that the Captain For Blount's Chilled Plows, Disc Harrows, Corn had been up against something Planters and all other farming im- which enabled him to speak with a plements, call on us. Quick sales personal knowledge and some little feeling. Just here It was noticed that and small profits is our motto. one of the sir Jurors got restless and ACTON BROS., moved as though he "was sitting on Hartford, Ky. 33 1 2 took on Estill Austin, 24 yearsot age, died something hot. His face also laughed an amber hue. The crowd suddenly at bis home a few Biles evidently taking east of Hartford Tuesday. He had the more and EHIb while this to indicate approval of his rebeen complaining of cold, and as out on the farm be had a hemorrhage marks got hotter and hotter to be consigned the Tax Raisers the of the lungs and died In a few hours. bottomless pit, or lower. He did not He was burled Wednesday. know until after the trial was over The examining trial ot Theodore servjurors Taylor at that one of his County had Just Tax Roach, for killing Steve Board ot ed on the Ohio Magah recently, was concluded before Supervisors and it was the knowing Judge John B. Wilson, Wednesday smiles of his Hartford friends more and he was released on the plea of than the speech which embarrased self defense. Roach 'was badly Injur- him. ed tBi'Uie tight, but is recovering. Have a large stock of Red Top Doctor's Ottce aad DweUJag for Sale. Will sell We have listed for aale two acres and Red Clover Seed. Think it advisable tq good ground containing doctor' ofreasonable. dwelling, all necessary buy early,, asthe outlook le .higher,.-Als- fice, Grass, Blue 2 wells water, 1 cistern have Burrauda Grass and Timothy Seed. and orchard. Splendid location for W. E. ELLIS tc BRO., physician. None within a radius of Hartford, Ky. Easy terms to right five miles. 31t4 CaJBbTTdBeJPiiyerrwni be the party. Call on, or address The SON, Agts., BARNETT next and last nusiker on the, HartHartfprd, Ky. College Lyceum Course and will 34tf ford g. Ta-tu- Carload of Machinery For Sale. On or about the first of March, 1915, we will receive a carload of the celebrated Weber Farm Wagons, Deering Grain Binders, Mowing Machines, Rakes, Osborne Disc Harrows, Hoosier Corn Drills, Harrows, Likewise Vulcan Cultivators, &c. Plows as well as repairs for all of Having purchased this machinery. this machinery in carload lots, we will be prepared ti give very close prices to those needing anything ,ln this line. Our aim is quick sales and small profits. So it will pay you to see us before purchasing elsewhere. We can save you money. W. E. ELLIS & BRO., 31t4 Hartford, Ky. BECAU5E THE,BUYERS IN OUR STORE KNOW HOW TO PICK OUT THE PROPER THINGS AND BECAUSE WE HAVE THE MONEY TO PAY FOR OUR GOODS AM& GET THE LOWEST PRICE. BUYING LOW ENABLES US TO SELL LOW. WE DO A BIG BUSIHESS BECAUSE WE'VE FOR LESS THAN ANOTHER STORE? 1 THE GOODS AND BECAUSE WE SELL RIGHT. GOT THEM 1 e Basketball Results. The Llvermore High School team defeated Hartford High School in a very interesting game Friday night by the score of 28 to 18. The contest was close and exciting all the way through and the big bunch ot rooters experienced many thrills. The home team was considerably outweighed but' did much to overcome this with their pep and gameness. Towards the end of the game the larger fellows seemed to tire slightly while H. H. S. appeared as fresh-afte- r the frey as when the whistle first sounded. The local team lacked no for encouragement for- a great part of the student body ot H. H. S. was present to cheer their favorites. And cheer 'they 'did as some local lad heaved a goal. The fair sex were out In gala colors and it was made apparent that a good brand of athletics would be supported and welcomed by the school. The Llvermore team is composed of a clean set of fellows and they made many friends among the basketball lovers by their conduct, both on and off tho floor. Line up: Colburn, Owen (12), Llvermore Tally (14), Qulgg (2) and Webbs. Hartford J. Glenn (10), H. Glenn (2),'Plrtle (5), Tinsley and Moore. Referee Barnett. Umpire Hill-man. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED, Hartford, Kentucky. sKssbKbIsI BBBBBBK 'BSBBBBBBBBBru . PflSP Timekeepers Matthews & Brown, T SHOULD BE Disc Harrows For Sale. I have two Disc Harrows left and the first purchaser who comes will get them at $16 apiece. ' S. L. KING, Hartford, Ky. 33U ElXVPBieB & Co. l9eisoiiclity .i. ir) Ecjstei Kven Brewery Interests Suffer. A frank talk by Charles Bradley, president and treasurer of P. Ballan- tlne & Son's Brewing Co., with a News representative, reveals some very positive views on tho subject of in the seriousness of the present indusand trial depression hereabouts, throughout the country as well, to --gether with the causes ot it. Mr. Bradley explained that per. sonally he is averse to publicity on subjects ot this character. He said, however, that in times like this, when YOUE the business reversal, in its effect on the wage earner, is so severe in many Instances he agrees, in order to clarify the atmosphere as to what is the matter and what are the causes of it, that heads of important industries may well make public the- - results of their experience, observation and conclusions. Mr. Bradley's experience in busi ness ia Newark for halt a century, nd the special study he has given to questions involved in the subject ot Industrial prosperity, lead him, he for more than a year, thus far with timid, preventing new enterprises says, to the conclusion that the re- no sign ot general recovery on the undertakings and the enlargeminsM I old ones, thus hitting directly cent industrial reversal hereabouts part ot industry. coapany's head attributes this wage earner. Ver a large experienced The is the worst Newark has primarily to the reduction of the this he blames the admlnisrralssm i in Wty years. He admits that the hard times in Tariff, to the lowering ot earnings Woodrow Wilson, both at These, he sew 1893 .Bay have been sharper than ot railways, because of governmental and at Washington. they were of short attacks, and to radical changes in are the rock bottom causes e" now, but, be adds, depression Neward (NXJfc; duration. Depression now, he says, legislation extending over three years steadily 'along which, he says, have Bade capital Evening News. has crept slowly but means adaption of the proper style to the proper fabric, a distinctive individuality Clones Blending. Ed. V. Price & Co tailored to order clothes. Have them build you a suit that reflects.YQU! but does not reflect Let us have your measure Today! UPON Hub Clothing Co. Hartford, Kentucky;. W- - Uftvcs his crumbs nnd Cock Robin ORDER AFFECTING GISII Ohio has a royal ftast. I OTlil fVP11 ft lllC. C01110 Clrnv linn HOTEL MINES IS SUSPENDED QIMK VICTIMS nto the trenches for food, and being Circult Court T. F. Dlrkhtxud, dill II . go over to tho neutrals they often Judge; Men D. Hlngo, Attorney; W. Attorney Law innnmw , hni rptnrn dnv after day nnd ava-- P. Mldklff, Jailer; E. 0. Barrass, " " K. Ulrkhead, Master morning call on Tommy, Clerk; li. make their HARTFORD, KY. Mineworker's President Prom- 'f It. T. Collins, Trustee The same visits are mado all along American Sailor Tells of Thrills Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, Will practice his profession in UUa long front, from tho North Sea ises Investigation that Deputies S. A. Drotchcr; and Adjoining counties. Comnnvsisd Hartford. U the Swiss frontier, by bird nnd Attending Inciofflco deputies Mrs. S. 0. Keown nttd And Criminal Practice Specialty. Soon. Ollnioro Keown. Court convenes first beast, and the same welcome Is given Monday In February and continues dent to all, We have read letters from ELOrAMERtCAN three weeks; third .Monday In April, peasant heroes, fighting for the dear two woeKs; third Monday In Octobor, A! Ky., Feb. motherland, in which mention is! Central City, two weeks. tn a city where good hotels ....,. mn.io nf- visit from lilrtls. dogs and telegram to S. J GIsh, president of abound, th Powhatan head tb County Court John D. Wilson, Law New York, February 14. A first' lilt. . & Iron Company, Judge; W. C. lilnnkenshlp, Clerk; rencn ircncues, mm tho Central Coal story of the sinking of the cats, to the . It li fint'ln the bearta ef hi hand HARTFORD, KY.. C, J-3Smith, Attorney, Hartford. pleasure such visits afford. On from John P. White, president of the , ,. countrymen, BritUb freighter, Ikarla, torpedoed the Court convenes first Monday In each And1 C. ft Mtparo. W. H. Bnrn-- e one occasion a dog had left the United Mlno Workers, whose uiuutii. II b a German submarine on January W I.I IIIIBMI. are at Indianapolis, read: on the Smith announoe that tby have form-- a Quarterly Court Ucslnit by Alfred trench nnd had been wounded by a. 31, off Harve, was told "Having decided to suspend order ( partnvr.sh.lp for the eomral pran In n apcnhil ti young first Monday In every month. Edwards, a member of tho Ikarla's rllle bullet. Court of Calms Convenes first tic of law, eicitpt cniuiliwl and dlvor today, a pas- soldier rushed forward and seized of International Executive Board crew, who reached hero Tuesday In January and first Tuesinvestigation of personal cask, Mr, Smith bedng Comity Mtor-u-.- y day In October. senger on the steamer St. Louis, from his pet, bringing him back amidst pending your mines I is prevented frtni practicing audi Other County Officers C. 3. Edwards' Is a naturalized the cheers of his comrades, for he controversy affecting Liverpool. Surveyor, ForUsvlllo, Ky., H. census. Mr. Uirii do this because of conditions In Ccn- -' will Individually American and his home Is In Phil- faced Instant death. ' F D. No. 2; Tom Hlnes, Assessor, accttf-- t such practice. We are Indebted for notes on bird tral City and to learn exact facts. Otfioua la refined, exadelphia. The Towhalan Olaton, Ky-- : Ozna Slmlts, Superinplace clusive, and restful. Ill excel was shortly afternoon," said life in the war areas to a .member - No stoppage of work will take tendent, Hartford, Dr. A. U. Itiley, Hartford Republican building, Hart"It lent location on Pennsylvania of "La llgue francalso pour la pro- until I decide finally. You may reCoroner, Hartford; T. II. Denton, ford, K" TMiamrrie. "when 1 nnd another mem Avenue, 18th ami It Strtett, sume your work with that full asmakei it a desirable headquarKoad Engineer, Hartford. des oiseaux." ber of the crew standing by the rail Jtection ters for bridal coupler, tourist Folkestone, England. surance." fames, convention!. Schools and aaw the submarine come to the surJUSTICES' COURTS. . colleges. The telegram means much to Cen- face less than a mile distant. In apThe Powhatan 'attracts ,the retral City and conies as a direct Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aftpeople of culture and education. pearance she resembled a partly subLaw Its proximity to Mate, War and er 3d Monday In .March, Tuesday aftsult of the efforts of Mayor V. W. merged tugboat, her bow showing Navv Departments, also to man? er 3d Monday in June, Tuesday aftKY. HARTFORD, Wells and H. L. Coche, a committee interest, of historical points the marks 'U 9.' I Immediately recog--Hlze- d er 3d Monday In September, Tuesmakes tliis hotel especially atFor Infants and Children. selected by citizens to call on Presl- -' ASSOCIATED WITH M. L.. HI3AVR1H day after 3d Monday in December. tractive to a discriminating pubwhat she was. A moment after lic dent White, of the United Mine Work- - j L. A. McDaniel, Roukport, Friday she rose a head appeared through !;i9 Kind You Have Always Bough This offlco Is equipped for hanijX offert room The Powhatan after 3d Monday In March. Friday ers of America. They laid before Mr. with detached bath at, 11.30, the tower top, our ship was evidently after 3d Moniday in June, Friday ling Commercial Law and Collection up. Rooms with pri12.00 and White all the facts concerning the under surveillance. The Captain of Bears the vate bath, J2.50. JJ.OO and up. 'after 3d Monday In September, Items as well as other legal and lltl- controversy between the Central Coal u 'Write for booklet with rasp. iTitiay alter Monday tn De- gated matters, 1'ractlco In all the the Ikarla apparently took the war-cra- ft Signattuu & Iron Company and Its cmplojes, cember. for a British or French subCLIFFORD M. LEWIS. S. W. 'Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday courts. Prompt nnd vigorous service. Manager. which resulted in the shut down of marine, for he ran up the British V, Foret Kolks at Home. after 3d Monday in March,, Wed- M. L. Hcavrln's Offlco. the mines, explained that President j flag. It was but a moment before the nesday after 3d Monday in June, (By Jake H. Harrison.) Gish, of the Central Coal & Iron Com-- ) TT Witfncsday after 3d MoifJay In Sepsubmarine sank from view. si in wm pany, had expressed himself as perOTTOC MMtTI.1 tember, Wednesday after 3d Mon- T WAliCMIHTTO.N "The next thing we saw was a Deep within the forest aisles llnrl.nr.l, K.V. Crornwfll. K.t day in December. fectly willing to comply with the con- white ship coming toward us Just Cooling breezes blow, R. C. Ticlulior, Centertown, Sattract dated April 1,1914, between the of the wnter. While the verdant velvet leaves STRATT0N & MARTIN be low the surface YOU urday after 3rd Monday in each Operators' As Western Kentucky Then there was a crash underour Flutter to and fro; Attornoys at Law month. sociation and the Mine workers with Starboard side Just abaft No. 1 hatch. Sighing with a lover's breath. Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday CROMWELL, - KY. the single exception that in the set- -' A tower of water rose in the air, and after 2d Monday In March, Tuesday Hear them whisper low tlcment of disputed questions the after 2d Monday In May, Tuesday Will practice their profession in this the ship keeled over as she rose with While the daisies underneath coal company should select its own after 3d Monday In August, Tues- and djolnlng counties. Collections the uplift. beauty glow. In their Treatment day after 2d Monday In November. arbitrator instead of referring the Commercial and Criminal Practice a were ordered to the "All hands WedW. S. Dean, Dundee. matter to the commissioner of the Prompt and vigorous boats, but before we could launch Dancing ripples in the brook for WEAK nesday after tho second Monday In Specialty. Operators' Association. After hear- ' explosion occured on March, Wednesday after 3d Monday service- .Notary in office. them a second Laugh as they go by, UBLBla w LUNGS or ing this explanation Mr. White statIn May, Wednesday after 3d Monday our portside and again the ship was Flirting with the water ferns, ed that he would suspend the order CONSUMPTION in August, Wednesday after 2d Monout of the water. One lifted almost Smiling at the sky; day in November. l Rvpontlvp Itnard tlm of the lifeboats was damaged and we While the minnows, pleasure mad, f Ben F. Rice. you mention sena ,nff. fcottle FREE, tms paperaweww relief you after 2d Monday Fortdsvillo, Tuesday thereby removing any further In March, Thurswere compelled to launch a third one by mall quick for a Glisten in the sun, culty in the coal company resuming that tired, feeling, coughs, pains day after 2d Monday in May, ThursJn which to take refuge. As they leap and dart about operations. He further stated, it (s m chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak day after 2d Monday in August, "We only got one look at the subIn their wanton ftfn. and Thursday after 2d Monday In NoS yramiW sUaln4 Ul reported, that he felt satisfied he lungs or consumption. I a cvuntrlr. or lit, (W Via obtain PATENTS I marine and that was when she first vember. I THAT 10CX BOX CIS diffiPAtrtTnla.iiiunKntlitrurl I OHIO MEDICAL CO. and Mr. Gish would have no Ben W. Tajlor, Ralph, Friday aftappeared. We did not see her when See the robin come to bathe I tMS44,ai,a7ta.p7iUUJMcca COLUMBUS. 0. cr culty In settling disputed questions, er 2d Monday in March, Friday after I enHriuJnsxitl tAoto re airtib tot free rtporll the second torpedo was launched, In the cooling flood, paunuuutT. naiv traction BUR- 2d Monday in May, Friday after 3d but in event they could not agree in our Weary, warm and thirsty, too, we were ont molested PASSING REFETCNCKS. TorttOuUltl and Monday in August, Friday after 2d i i.a on lYvntau lllroti writ to the matter would be referred to a TheTliriGB-a-WeBboats. When struck we were only 15 Edition From his quest for food; Monday in November. B03.B0I Savsnth k board of arbitration. ej. j. miles off Harve, the sea was calm See his wings now. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. Tho committee reports that Mr. go O. C. Martin. Judeo: McDowell A. the Ikaria nnd after watching Watch the water fly, Of Tlie New York World Fogle, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, White gave every assurance that down we put for the coast and were See him preen his feathers, too, Marshal; Court convenes second Monthere would be no further trouble picked up within an hour by a French While they slowly dry. day in each month. over the matter and no stoppage of 'torpedo boat. City Council J. C. Her. Mayor; R: take place pending Practically a Daily at The Trice of a T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Bean, Treaswork would And that saucy squirrel there, might Weekly. No other Newspaper urer. Members of Council J. C. Bsi-net- t, settlement of any question that Ab! the InTiRorating Whiff of the Watch him frisk about, Catrt. A. D. White. A. E. Pate, ,. arise. in the World Gives so Much Pine Forest. l See the teasing rascal, now, J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yelser, W. II. Mr. Gish Is highly pleased with the clears the throat and head so Low a Irice. JIow it at Gillespie. Drive the robin out; efforts put forth by citizens and It is this Hear him chatter in hlsglee School Trustees J. D. Duke, Chairof its mucous ailments. The . National - Weekly taking steps to man; R. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. their committee is spirit of Newness and Vigor from At the mischief done. resume operation at once, being fully health-givin- g year 1914 has been the most J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. Plney Forests Clap your hands and see him dart The the convinced there will be no further extraordinary in the history of modRELIGIOUS SERVICES brought back by Dr. Bell's Now the tease is gone. Interruption in work. This turn of afAntiseptic and healing. Buy M. E. Church, South Services ern times. It has witnessed the outUntil this morning and All Druggists, See that awkward woodcock there, fairs means prosperity for Central a bottle and great European war, third Sunday evening eveny first Sun CtUut't has been iSJBBJBBSi.r 1 City, as the coal company has orders break of the In each month. 2Dc. Soaring in the ground sold at $5.50. N'py busy four days a a struggle so titanic that it makes day school 9:45 a. m. Prayer meetto keep the men the price is $2J In among that water mint, ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. week. and weha eject) all others look small. B. W. Napier, pastor. Where his food is found; Birds In War Areas. a concession u hereBaptist Church Services morning Sainsbury.) You live in momentous times, and fly. (By Edw. Fox Caution now, or he will by ve can offer ir .harm For Sale. and evening every second and fourth Ah, the timid thing! at a still further Man quickly accommodates himyou should not miss any of the tre- Sunday In each month. Sunday school 150 Acres on Hartiord and Rockpor reduction in conself to new conditions of life. A man He has seen us and is off. occurring. 9:45 a. m. Prayer meoting every Wed nection with this, road, 1 2 miles from Broadway and mendous events that are coming from a peaceful village and nesday evening. Rev. A. S. Pettle, Hear his whirring wing. publication. 2 miles from Rockport. Schoolhouse No other newspaper will inform you pastor. nettling in London or Paris, where Christian on tfdge of farm aid church near. with the promptness and cheapness Church Services every Special Offer to Our Readers: night is turned into day. finds the Forest folks are full of life, third fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. Three roads pass dwelling house of the Thrice-a-Wee- k edition of the and 7 and m. Sunday Interesting, too, noise of the streets Intolerable when Itccocnixlne the crcat demand for CMut't at p. which Is on Hartford R. F. D. No. New York World. Moreover, a year's Elder Gwinn, pastor.school 9:50 a. m. the new price, wc hate made arrancemtnts to he goes to rest after his daily work, And it is a pleasant thing, "tier it ind cur cm n publication each one ear Most of land perfectly level. Any subscription to it will take you far Watching what they do; for the price o( CVWaalonc. Tlii ll a United and he regrets his dear, peaceful SECRET SOCIETIES. ffitr and mut be taken ad vantage o( promptly. on j desiring to purchase farm will do into our next Presjdential campaign. along, village where he could rest without Take your picture-gu- n Hartford Lodge No. C75, F. and A. weal to Investigate. Prlco reasona any noise disturbing his slumbers, Find their hiding spot, World's regu- M. meets every first Monday night What You Get ia Collitr't The Thrice-A-Wee- k bio. Apply for further Information lar subscription prlco is only $1.00 In each month. W. S. Stevens, W. yet within a month he sleeps as well And each time you have a chance CMrr'i it the one IiIk. Independent, fearlff J to BARNETT & SON, Agents. per year, and this pays for 15G pa- M.; Ownn Hunter, Secretary. v etkly ol the whole cnuntri . Not only H it the Snap them with a shot. as he did in his former home. But good citizen's handbook tat it ( lso a Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. E. S. pers. Wo offer this unequaled news- meets every second and fourth Monthe timid bird surely a city's noise maeaune (or the whole Ixtally. Anions the? Canada's Good Sense. things that a year's subicnption gies are, never permit him of his own Blew Out Brains of Helpless Men. would paper and day evenings, Mrs. J. II. Williams, Tho Canadian Government has had Madlsonvllle, Ky., Feb. 27. That W. M.; Jas. H. Williams, W. P-- ; 1000 Editorial free will to choose a homo in cities THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN courage to do what the Wilson 600 N.w. Pbotpa Miss Elizabeth Mlllor, Secretary. where millions of men, his natural personal enemies of Demmett Wood- - the 250 Short Article Rough River Lodge No? 110 Knight 'admlnstratiou refuses to do raise together for one year for $1.0.. ISO Short Stork OEemies, dwell. Yet so it is. Year ruit anu uiover jioaru Kineu mum i 100 Illuilrated Feature The regular subscription price of of Pythias meets every Tuesday eventho Tarllf rates to secure the revenue 2 Complete Novel by year the number of wild birds at the Woodruff store near Hanby ing. Jno. W. Taylor. C. C; W. R. necessary. While tho United States i the two papers is $2.00. Increase in London, and nearly every (Mat ion, ill the v3tcrn part of HopHedrlck, K. of R. & S. Collier's deHartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. every species now lives in and around kins county, Is the theory of Sheriff Is steadily losing money and the ficit Is growing, the administration Hartford Republican meets every first and third Thursday who Tom Logan and his deputies that city. nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; war time who would believe ere f.courlng tho country today Jn refuses to make any change 'in its In E. P. Moore, Rccorti Kooper. Tariff laws because It would be an that birds would not llee from the search of the murders. Acme Lodge No. 339 I. O. O. F. acknowledgement of fnelllciency in The most economical, cleansing and meets every The officials' theory Is borne out second and fourth Fridancers of war? It would appear, germicidal of all antiseptics la day nights in each month. C. M. Bar-nct- t, however, that even the timid bird is by tho fact that after the men had drafting the Tariff laws. The CanaNoble Grand; W. R. Hedrlclc, not to any extent scared by shot, been laid low with loads of buck- dian Government gives no thought Secretary, of its former policy; it sees the necIt was expected shot, the murderers put pistols to shell and bullet. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. meats every second and fourth that a huge migration of feathered their heads and blew out their essity of raising more money and it nights in each month. Tom Wf m- fugitives would seek asylum on the brains. Although a sum of money, pormptly changes its Tariff schedule VIB.HSir A "". MMV LTwmwwM's A soluble AaBtcptic Powder to Williams, Council Commander; W. C. eastern coast of England, but nothing a watch and two revolvers wero to meet the emrgency. In the caso "T" , MeCAU. rATKKNS Wallace, Clerk. goods now on the free list there be dissolved in water as needed. of the kind has occurred. The mot- taken from Woodruff's clothing, the of 'or "Ti. simplicity an Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M k C,.!,a,,e,, nearly 40 P''ct St,Sold reliability will herafter be a customs charge of years. As a medicinal antiseptlo for douches meets every first and In nearl to of the bird is evidently "J'y suls, store was not ransacked. The two and an J treating catarrh, inflammation or nights In each month. third Friday m every cityor by Conn In the United States thaa mail direct. More sold Mrs. Attyo f Canada, J'y restc" "Let men and women men were eating lunch and evident- 7Vi per cent on goods from tho In any other make. Send lor tree catalsgv. United States and elsewhere, with ulceration of nose, throat, and that Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. H. flee, I remain!" and remain he does. ly were called out of the store, as MeCALtS MAGAZINE caused by feminine Ilia it has no equal. E. Mlschke, Lady Record Keeper. More subscriber linn any othci faihloa) One strange thing has happened, they left their food half eaten. the exception of Great Britain and For ten years the Lydla E. PInkham Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. magssln million a month. Invaluable. Lt-t- t, colonies on the preferential list, Medicine Co. has recommenced Paxtlno M., Styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, however, with the migratory birds. Both Woodruff and Hoard were laid meets every thirU Saturday night plain sewing, fancy needlework, FalcJreitlng, H&ving the instinct to migrate, the law as they came out the door. .where the charge will be 5 per cent. in their private correspondence with In each month. John T. Moore High etiquette, good atnries,. etc. Only (0 cents year (north double), Including; a Tree pattern. restless birds feel they must "bo off" Hoard managed to crawl back into From the increased Tariff duties an women, which proves its superiority. Priest: W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. Subicirok today, or send lor sample copy. AMERICAN; SOCIETY OF EQUITY. prove, annual revenue of between $20,000,-00- 0 Women who have been cured say somewhere, and some Instinct tells tho store, as bloodmarks WeNBEBfUI. INBfJCEMENTS State Officers President, J. H. It Is "worth its weight In gold." At and $25,000,000 is expected. brings tbem that to cross over the narrow only to be foully slain as he lay Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presi- I to Agents, rostal oilers. premium catalogue druggists. POc. large box, or by mall. and new cash prise Addresa seas from Britain, the usual route helpless on tho floor. Powder marks Doylestown (Pa) Intelligencer, The Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. dent, J. II. Burncy, Muhlcfnberg Co.; JH HCC.IU, CO. 2Ms.MW.I7s5t..rH. KM Secretary & Trees., S. B. Robertson, being via Belgium and the north on tho dead men's temples show Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. H. of France into the very "Jaws of how they came to their end. Hartford, Ky. death," were unwise. So this year Pepper scattered profusely-nroun- d Members State Executive Board-B- en emigration northwards the storo prevented Odlo Laffoon's WatBon, Webster county; J. W. M poteworthy an. CURE thk LUNGS Dunn, Daviess county; Hetoiry Plrtle, has taken place. Whether they will bloodhounds from trailing the crimOhio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin counto sunshine and inals. Sheriff Logan has his depufind a new route ty; C. G. Davenportt, Warren county. warmth, it Is too early to know. ties, Will Sisk, Paul Lacy and Clint WITH PROCURED AND DCFENDED. " Ohio County Officers S. L. StevJl....... ...n...,. Inr.iii.ltu.ri nnrl frM rDOrL. often tiTtlce, how M okuln puteuu, trade uiAiJ Logan, at work on the caso with rnw Letters from the front Henry Plrtle, Secens, President; I copfrtgnu. c, fj ALL COUNTRIES. retary; S. E. Bennett, Treasurer. (ion that birds, even living In the Policeman Sam Powers, all of whom JlusUtss JurtctvUk Washington laxtt SaM.1 Succeed when everything else fails. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. moHty ana cjir ijanmf, yery midst of bombarded towns and are being aided by County Attorney In nervous prostration and female Osna ShultB, Chairman, Hartford, PiUit and Infrlnpmtnt Prictlci Exclusively. Tillages, remain and get quite tame. Sypcrt. Coroner Mack Stevens reug ml Writ or coins to weaknesses they are the supreme Ky. 110 Ilibth Itraet, uw Oaltei (tabi fatost OftM, I FDR OfiPSjHS . and are turned a noncommittal verdict. remedy, as thousands have testified. Robins visit the trenches 1. O. h. Terry, Hartford. Ky. WASHINGTON. D.C. Trial bo tuo Fit I 2. T. J. Brooks, FordsUlle, Ky. Hoard was Woodruff's clerk, He FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Made welcome, for many a tenderBLTTI 3. Ira Bozarth, Olaton, Ky. of his home was single. Woodruff was wealthy STOMACH TROUBLE hearted soldier thinks 4. II. O. Autry, Balzetown, Ky. GUARANTEED BATISFAOl'OSI it is the best medicine ever soU Ho leaves a where bis children have been taught and well connected. 5. E. G. Austin, Prentiss. US HONEY HETu-HDED- . over a druggist's counter. to feed the birds In winter, so be wife i and five children. C. J. L. Brown, Rockport, Ky. .. HOW SUBMARINES I Directory Professional Ce-axvt- y lu,"" Otto C. Martin at POWMM D.C. MINGTOt m ' Barnes Attorneys at & Smith. ' hcad-(luarlfc- ra Mo-lo- y, ARTHUR CASTOR I A D. Attorney at KIRK &&&. r-9Sb WILL TAKE OUR FREE Tntni-nnHnnn- I run-dow- n TRADE-MARK- IraSvjliHffl First Tin wwninuTuw, Strt, Collier's f y. Collars in Clube er to-da- y. rJ 4- 2'50)9f,eJ1 )j)Z.)U SPECIAL TO WOMEN Sat-urfd- ay ' I ! Bal-mai- n, 17 Electric Bitters KILLthc COUGH Dr. King's Niw Discovery Wkua ,&. I , . JUMPS DOWN SHAFT OF WASHINGTON MONUMENT b3JllipU ALCOHOL rKvnrPm CASTORIA For Infants and Children. First Suicide In History of Fa- sesslon, and you will attract a class of men who can be trusted both to legislate1 and to ndjurn. If your General Assembly is a dangerous body abolish It, If It Is worthy of respect allow It to legislate. COULD SCARCELY The Kind You Have Alwavs Bniiffht 3 TEH CENT ' O UssssassA ?ears the ill JUL lmmmmm Promotes Digeslioiifhccrfo ncssandlSestranlaintnoithr Ojiiimt.Morphinc iwrMiacnL Mui-iiAiauTi- Signature of XvAiT Lie "sssassaasa t I ssasi.MM Ihnjlll S.tJ" jHuSkJ JIHMrrSjTf Ux.Trma f av . In HntSrri- (7tnW Suarr . mtnjmnlkmr. Apctftfl neracdy forCons! I ion , sour aionwcii.tiiarnwcj Worms .Coimilsioiis.ft.cm!.-ncsEao; Use s amlLoSSOrSlU.;'. Facsimile Signature of For Over "H :T NEW YORK. Thirty Years iiii..i.i.ii.u.ir.i CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. Starck Pianos w Eft x No Money iaAaVaace Satiafao ilea Gear iHRBSHT , aateed LoweatNat Tartaa Fa o t orjr Frioea Savin Enieit A SlOO to of P. A. STARCK I.I01NT From Factory Direct IN YOUR 200 OWN HOME We will bKId loll a 'beautiful &tareU Piano fur 3D iUvh' freo trial. In yourhome. No cuitli tmyment required. All we ask In that you will pUy upon, use anil test till piano for 30 lu)n. If, at the end of that time, you lo nut llml It the hlRhot (trade, swectcat toned ana tlncst piano In every way. that you have ever Men foi ilia money, you nra at perfect liberty to aend It huclc. and we will. In that Acnt, pay the freight both ways. This titarclc Piano must make good with you, dFuhere Is no sale. 30 we DAYS' FREE TRIAL tr Mart Siva $150.00 Easy Faymmft ship direct to you from our factory, at prices that tare ou upwards of $150.00 In the cwt ef your piano. We guarantee to furnish rou a better piano for the money than you can Aire elirwhrre. You are mmirrd of rec-nlaXatltfaclory sweet tontd durable lilfli gride ptaOO. Ton pay no caJi down, but after 30 diyi ot trial. ou can begin payment on the low. cat, cailest tenni ercr ausuntnl by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to wilt your cunrrnlrncr, and It li possible for you to buy a piano for your home, without rnlrdng the money. ,. - Karck Plana k for 23 ycara. hai back ef It eur SS yean of plana experience, and the rrpu titlon of an responsible piano bouae. - SErer- f Frit To" erery Ma-si- t W have ron.tantly on hand larae number ot .Unfitly used pianoa of all and second-hanstandard makes Lien la ez chance for new Starck Pianoa Tha follow. and riaytr-PlanoInc are a few .ample barfilnax ptireliaier of gtarck.rianos, we e've free luuilc lessons. In one of the aesUknown tcbooU in Cbiearo. Then fcssuru you ran take In your own home, by mail. This rrpreanti on years free instruction. UtttM Weber Stelaway Chlckerlng Kimball Starck Send second-hanfor-o- ur $110.00 92.00 90.00 95.00 195.00 lateit complete bargain list. the Imt and unit beautiful Player Pianoa on tas anarket. You will be with the many e clualre features of theas wonderful intnimcnts, and will be pleased with the ery low prlcea at which they can be secured, a) aura ' MaytNtMi Starck Plarer-Piano- i art Plant Send beautifully illustrated piano look which fires you a larfcamount ot Information regarding pianoa. Thlt booth wilt intereat and plcaie-yoWrite today. latk Fria today for our new Let Them Itevlso the Tariff. Tho Democratic party Is In no mous Obelisk Girl's Effort shape to make Its debut for tho Aid Far Tkree Shmmm Mrs. Via- - believe I would have died It I haaaf season of 19 16. to Save Her Futile. taken it. It has promises to redeem by leg ceat Wat UaaUe te Attend ta islation, and It has errors to correct After ! began taking Cardul, I was by tho same process. Aaj af Her Heasewerk. greatly helped, and ail three bottles reWashlriBton, Feb. 23. Mrs. W. F. Its legislative action upon sugar, Cock roll, of Del Itay, Va., Jumped In lieved me entirely. for Instance, deprived the Govern to the elevator shaft of the Washlng- I fattened up, and grew so muca ment of revenue, seriously Injured i ton Monument at a landing near tho Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for stronger in three months, I felt like a top lato today, and fell to tho bot- the business Interests of Louisiana land other States, and benefited not Ihree summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether." tom, niorf than COO feet below. Sho consumer In the republic, for Vincent, of this town, "and the third and left a note addressed to her husband, a Cardul is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. prices are higher now by a large perlast time, was my worst saying she was suro sho could not Us ingredients have a mild, tonhj centage than when the Tariff schedI had dreadful nervous headaches and I recover from an Illness. Her body effect, on the womanly constitution. ule was passed. was crushed by striking tho sides of proslration, and was scarcely able to It was an error, the shaft on the way down, nnd sho mistake, a political nn economical walk about. Could not do any of my Cardul makes for increased strengtfi, blunder. improves the appetite, tones up the nerwas dead before her body reached It should be corrected, but white housework. the bottom. vous system, and helps to make pals, t j correcting that, the Democratic party Ilso had dreadful pains In my back sallow cheeks, fresh The District Coroner Issued a ccr- and rosy. go further and revise the en- - and sides and when one of those tlftpntn .if rlnntti litr Dillnliln weak, Mr. (Should Cardui lias helped more than a million Itlru Tariff law so as to produce th sinking spells would come on me, I L Cockrell s farewell note, written on u revenue required by tho Government physician's prescription would have to give up and lie down, weak women, dming the past 50 years, blank and to carry out the policies the people It will surely do for you, what it lias left In the monument, said sho reallz- until it wore off. demand. ed she was a "burden" to her hus. ' I was certainly in a dreadful state of done for them. Try Cardui today. Let tho Democratic party frankly, band, and asked that her body be Write to: Chattanooga MeJIclne LaJUV courageously i boldly, state to the health, when I finally decided to try vlsory DeDt.. Chattanooga. Trnn.. Co., .n.,.f As. r far cremated. on your case arid book. country that the European war has Cardul. the woman's tonic, and I firmly ttrurttotn for Woman," sent Is Dials strapper, "IfaaM It was the first time the towering I raataent i-obelisk, which was opened to the pub- - so changed commercial and financial lie In 18S8, and has been visited by conditions that it becomes necessary millions of Americans, hod been the to alter the Tariff schedules In order scene of suicide. Ten years ago, a to Increase the revnues, and that It painter working in tho shaft accident- proposes to do so, and to abolish the war tax. ally fell to his death. That Is the right, policy, the propAn hour before the monument was closed for the day, Mrs. Cockrell went er course, the wise thing to do, and to the observation gallery near the if done, will greatly strengthen the top of the structure in the elevator. Democratic party In every State in A few minutes later she walked down tho Union. to the third landing and clambered No party responsible for a Treasbetween the steel raits that separate ury deficit and for an oppressive and tho elevator shaft from the stair- offensive war tax has any chance to way. Sightseers screamed, and Miss win before the voters of the Union 1 full of life and action, filled with the i 'Edna Itockefellon, of Takoma Park, in a national campaign. W.l "re of fine inspiration and followed iSkaaP1 rushed to Mrs. Cockrells side and i The Democratic party has always g by 250 short stories of adventure, asfcasKizS clutched at her clothing. There was regarded the Tariff as a revenue prowill make portions of the ducer. Let It make It so now, and a brief struggle, then dress gave way and Mrs. Cockrell rid Itself of the deficit and the war plunged down the shaft. tax at once and the same time by As she fell her body caromed from changes In the customs duties. sldo to side, striking aglnst the rail- This is one revision of the Tariff ings. Horror-stricke- n tourists and that will be welcomed and approved the watchmen at the base of the by- farmers, merchants, manufacturThen the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, monument notuieu oinciais, ana uoi. ers and the worktngnien, and these Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of W. W. Harts, superintendent of pub- constitute the great majority of the Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best lic buildings, took charge of the body, people of the United States. minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone while other officials started to notify The flnaclal condition of the intnenome. mere is no age tho husband. limit to enthusiasm for The Treasury requires this action. Three Current Issues Free A few hours earlier Mrs. Cockrell Youth's Companion. The needs of the nation call for If you do not know THE COMPANION had gone with her husband to the larger expenditures, and the revenue ht us send you Three Current Issue. FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year office of a local specialist on nerve to cover these expenditures can best request. troubles. She was 32 years old. not 12. be obtained lit this way. Those who subscribe now, sending $2 Suppose the political opponents for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will for 1915. will receiTeTho Companion of tho Democratic party and of the get in any of me monthly Hauls Oddl' HtmnK. Home Calendar FREE. magazines. (J. If. Thomas in Kentucky Sun.) administration 'do flout nnd become sarcastic. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE Owing to our strained relations Let them exhaust themselves in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH with Germany tho President, It is said, is anxious to see Congress ad- that line, but when they perceive the ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. journ; fearing it might Inflame the effect of this legislation In the cities, nation to war. If the Congress Is a the States, and throughout the menace to national peace the darned Union, they will see their own strength rapidly ebbing, their own thing' should bo abolished. organization divided and disintegOur Imports for the calendar rating, and their sneers and sarcasm year 1913 were $1,792,000,000 and will give way to doubt, gloom and for 1914 $1,789,000,000, a falling off silence. $1.3, If this be done, the Democratic The Republican aad Louisville Herald of only a trifling sum ot $3,000,000, party will enter 1916 with the conand yet under the Wilson tariff law 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at our revenues fell off, in round num- fidence of the people and their support. ber, the tremendlous sum of one 1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm If it is not done, it will be strangltax, a war tax and a large and ed by the war tax and the deficit. Inquirer 1.7V The Republican and still growing deficit. I I tt WALK ABOUT J lafMsR 'TReYOUTiTS COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 OUR CLUBBING RATES. la-co- Twice-a-WeekOwensb- P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1348 Starck Bit.. CHICAGO I vtt. T ii P JLJ aaaaWlafclrVa--iw aaa aw ii i anm Fare DAILY 3 22 m X Cleveland tsUFFALO . Down In his ancient ballwlck the friends ot S. A. Anderson are pleased to see him mentioned for Commonwealth's Attorney for the Louisville district. As editor and lawyer at Hartford, Mr. Anderson's energy and industry 6utgrew the limitations of a country townr and he moved to Louisville, where he is finding recognition both in law and politics and. he is worthy of It. ABBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBW BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBBBaaaFVWT 'riVPTtAi-j U'l a 'DrWta hli&grj a r?V. i....' .Ifii 1 faaJliRae9r-THE GREAT aA Z, . aa caiir. ? im (.iMieclawi-Urger- lJt r' M.rAt Daily CLEVELAND - u... i.r iI.m w.irt.l. lAWrriai nrt I .. t .. ....-- - Steamer. "5tt.AS J-- --. lri,'rl lt .latiulili. MW I t tl.lF ric - .riu t.4 .. ,.- -. ti iMl.tiua U0O MMen. r ue.ivi CWIaad . ArmeLuIiU . n..rr.le. m...m a .1 a..r..w . i"'w Ixmm mw .. Illfinlall la.fc.ria t. iv. a . w. and DUrrAl , . My iattoueciai . twl', M. tJ'll'.M. !"'luJuliet (i)OA.U. ' '(lVnlr.1 SUD.Ur.l liuc)C" " m ,.... y cr p.i.n V. u-- ti ". i 'J n. .. -- .! . r 11 I TV.t.. ,!...-- , Itnllroad ticket. A.k O, With a full vote Kentucky is a doubtful State. Tho Independents and their ranks are growing hold the balance of power. The present State Administration smells Uko a block ot mouldy llmburger, but to win, our ticket, from Governor down, must be clean. Not only clean but capable; nor is clean and capable enough. Abovo all they must bo candidates known of all men to be honest and fearless. Men who will stand linn for sound nnd sensible public measures amid the clamor of tho mob or tho demand of tho Interests. THE CLEVELAND U BU.TALO k TwTavai r OVER 03 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IISdIIE AnYntinafinillnff Afcfeh nnil description nuiy qulcuir a.icn.ilu imr opimim frou whether au liiToutinn la probably piueiitnhl.i, Conimuiilcn, Ucm.Btllcllrcoiiuuuiuui. HAHUUUUlk ou com tree, (Meat itiientr foraucuniiif patent., I'olmiu taken turuuub Munn X Co. roiOlra tpcci.il ntitlce, without charge. Ill tuo TnADE Marks DESIGNS Copyrights tic. SEPCowJfQrk Ahaonialrlllu.tratAd wok!r. culiUuu vt any eiontldo Journal. su emmc .Hiucricaii, Lara-ea- t 'J'erma, tl a . elr. UNDER The Kentucky law limiting the ANY session of tho General Assembly to OTHER .lnv Is n .llRirrnp to tlm Rtntn. NAME. L, now legislator nas scnrceiy time ine to bocomd familiar with tho common WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Buckbee'a "Full ot Life" Kortbetn Growa " bo- -, Pedigreed Seeds hive a irputatiou ot .3earaca forms of legislative procecduro If you purchuso tlio NKW HOME you will lucccsslul seed glowing behind than. It aya W fore his term expires. Much of the N Vso to Tiynnd Wear Out Your hftvo n. llfo usM't ut the prU-- you pay, nnd will blatit the liet! body Is ,Cld It VIUWc'nr You. OuTliMeiid. not huvo an endless chain of repairs. Imperfect Work, ot that Seasonable Specialties:- -IIUAN3 . chargeablo to lack of tlnlo to propyl Thouisand-, keep 011 suffering Bushel Earliest Red Valentine . Refugee lAlra i:atly , . JJ.J3 bushel erly maturo It. Those who havo' Coughs ntuf-Cdld- s through neglect Quality ISiw Stringiest Clan Tod . Ij.70 Mushet delay, f' Why mnko yourself tin witnessed tho closing days of a legls-lnn- d Wa'dwcU'a Imp. Kidney Wax U 50 Bushel Considered Ials New White Wax . . J4.73 llushel latlvo session know .how measur.ea, easy prey tpserlous ailments nnd Currie's Kust rroof Wax . M 50 llushel it ii tho mostly epidemics, good, bad und Indifferent, tho result of a neglect-ba- d PEAS Rxtra Early Alaska . . . $1 50 Bushel or Indifferent, nro rushed through ed Cold? Coughs and Colds sap your Cheapest New Early Grailus fssollushcl Ilorsford'a Market Garden . fjjo llushel and vitality unless checked without intelligent consideration by Uuckbce's Lightning Express J5 00 ISustid in the end stages. Dr. King's New ettuce. Radlib. Tomato ana a lull line 01 tho irfoat majority of tho legislators, in the early ........ iuflaaaawHa to kuv. ,.... -- 1..... ..... . . .. .... :eds, Plants and llulbsat lowest growing price i m SiiidforcomprelecauloEue or Submit a lUt of "' "u! luiiiiuuuu ruua Brvittj . jjiscuverj is wuui you necu me nrsi '. to your requirements and will auole prices. in that body of honor. Removo it, dose helps. Your head clears up, Buy direct from the grower Save Money. If you want a Bewlnjf machine, wrltu for ...'...louay, Mention this paper. fix a moderate annual salary for tho you breathe freely and you feel so our latest catalogue before you purchase. . write y legislators and trust to the tax of much bettor. Buy a bottle Tbe New HooisSswtns Making Co., Orap, Mass. 1 personal expqiibea to limit the und start taking ut once. laVSaWOsailt; MOfafaranafr faciAf,. their TRAMS1T CO.. Cleveland. SEEDS ti-S- ... WEST PROVIDENCE. The farmers In this vicinity aro busy breaking ground. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Royal of Isle, spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Maddox. Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Stum, ot Paradise, spent Saturday and Sunday with friends and relatives. Mr. Boyce Maddox, visited his sister, Mrs. Clarence Royal recently. Miss Verda Asnby visited Mrs. Nat Llndley recntly. Mr. Roscoe Bishop was in this vicinity recently. Mr. and Mrs. Will Curtis visited tho former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Curtis. Mr. Boscoe Williams recently moved his saw mill from Muhlenberg county to saw for R. W. Maddox near here. Mrs. R. W, Maddox has been on the sick list for several weeks, but Is now thought to be improving. Mr. Cal V. Keown, candidate for the Republican nomination for circuit court clerk, was In this vicinity Wednesday Ir- - '""lie "fOWIl mis recently mnvpil froth Wllllmiis Mlnps tn this "e'ghborliood. . The The The The The The The Republican .republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican 3.60 and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 and JLauy uwensooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.76 and 1.7S and Kentucky Farmer and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1.60 and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 Twice-a-Wee- Yke republican. Address all orders to NEW NOT SOLD THE SEWINQ MACH1NI OF QUAUTY.1 USE LI LAX rx HOME For Lazy Liver and. the Troubles oi Constipation. Feel rlcht nil tho time. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel " kcops you when pleasant Lio- - Vtr-La- x on your feet, whilo relieving your trouble. Safer too, nnd easy to take. Don't tako anything" else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleatues system nnd relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in (ts actions, suro in its cifecf und certain in results. It won't belong before LivVer-La- x iiisplaco calomel in everf home. Children can tako it freely nnl with perfect safety. Every bottlo guaranteed. 60c and 51 in bottles. Nona genuine without the likeness and siftna ture of L. K. Grigsby. For salo by . I. tl. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky- .For pains In tlm Inck a (rood remedy is Dr. Miles' Anti-fail'llla. n j .... a' af ...... i.l,. ... H. W. BUCKBEE to-da- ' IITKT WAR NEWS Catarrh of the Head "Peruna Cured me iasaHvoS In Six Weeks." 5,000,000 BHHHk la'" BULLDOG ATTACKS tho San Angelo Chamber merce. of Com- MASTER AND DAUGHTER Dr. Monday. TlnaVrj Tl'" Allies have tllscm-fsaefdrtachmcnU of artillery near aMtr nViocd Dardanelles forts, and jto&Oi jusid Krcnch flags are now Oicm. Tho fleet continues Bitot? Jnsmbardmont of tho Inner forts. up, 1& nBmox inagazlno was blown IHWis many. The fleet has reached e) J. V. Pruitt, Pigeons, larks and cockatoos like their baths in the rain. Game birds and poultry take dust baths. Tho of West Point, common Bparrow likes a dry shampoo In tho dust and a plunge bath in Be- OUR SCIENTIFIC t-r ftoc htluiise Htnti-H of Kllld-Hah- r. ;?tewimii benn atHlscd JaRe ox tho KWx MiK Tho United States People In This tho water. Reptiles soak themselves; elephants daub their calves with ing Pursued. mud, then wash It off, says Our Dumb buffaloes, Rinoccroscs, Animals. dogs, boars and tigers llko to walWest Point, Ky., March 2. This low; tho equine trlbo favor a roll in little city is in the midst of a mad-do- g tho sand; cats, mice and their respecscare and two of its residents tive relatives lick themselves clean. with all speed for started Victim of Animal Mow 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 Ieather,double stitched and made to fit. It does . i ,ttf. HoSSwwiiiH jflilpplng to nnd from I nrtnt through Anibas-53- r llrltlsli Embassy notification to Britain's Intention to neu-.ftalGer-.nwtJ- Js jt Tnrtirf Ut'i rilopment. UTascsb WK&lnstnn were unable last night tsprcMH any opinion upon this .aS Austria, nnd officials at Country Have Catarrh. Afnnti'itt.'in St.. "I was Rochester, N. T., writes. troubled with catarrh ot the head for many years before I paid much attention to it. but a few months ago 1 was so annoyed by headaches and dtfllculty in breathing through my noso, and my cjes smarted and looked so inflamed that I felt I must do Bomcthlns to relieve this state of af- Dady. Mr. Tom P. S No. Tho Russian offensive to extend along their "Kiau lrmit, and, according to their .wiritr, ihcy have successfully check-i- : & German ndvancc In North numbers of prlson- ft new phase of the war, and ttccas vx U to a 3ack of olTlcers in the Wwuaa armies. Tho Russians have ,TScnifillt'd to bring large numbers to their front. ixS -It TBfeo espsnmg' of Uio Dardanelles, jxKitUiBKa, would bIto Russia a vast :osutobL of war material and release I?d4n3fi Their reports refer to the fairs. ssmefof flargc "I noticed one of your ads. In thn paper, and then and there decided to try Teruna. I am pleased to say that it came up to all my expectations, for In six weeks It had driven the catarrh out of my system and I have not been troubled since." Mrs. A. J. Tleman. 1112 Wyominit St.. San Antonio. Texas, writes: "I suffered over nine years with catarrh of the head, noso and ears, five bottles of Peruna have restored me my health." .TttuHlaca "UVwoi.reorgaJiized and "gtsa aLtrvjoioed across ta( Belgian array has In regard to limiting the use of staand tionary mines. The offlcial text of the German note is on its way to the Yser. Washington. capture of the Am- tHance The United State. The Government urtraii jsuitmur Dacla by a French that vessel before has decided to defer action on a proitmj- vrlll take while test aglnst England's blockade order prize court i3r prize court will pass upon until replies have been received from sunESssIlsh thn. cargo of the Wllhelmia. The England and Germany on the subyards of marine warfare notes. Rncnetfc report says 300 were captured In the Ar- tircMftc England The blockade order atonus, smd that sharp progress has DiQi ataade in tho Champagne dts- - against Germany is not effective yet, as It has not been passed by the Privy Council, but in the ratification It probably will be dated back to coTuesduy. incide with Asquith's announcement. Depart--nwrtKlnii"rtl States The State The first of the Canadian troops in Washington was handed the have won their spurs by Li. W. Sexson, Montevallo, Mo. For xTtifca.Uon of Great Britain and the trenchesof a trench at La Bassee. the capture m Staxvoa to neutrals regarding the have re- sale by all dealers.Austria The Austrians -to be inaugurated against bloody bat and her allies, which Is sumed the offensive In a Rest Treatment for Constipation. ortjaftctervd by American diplomats tle with the Russians between the "My daughter used Chamberlain's San Rivers. Tablets for constipation with good jts ;Sle mobt serious phase of the Ondawa and iHrutwttB controversy so far arising. results and I can recommend them Thursday. highly." writes Paul B. Babin. of sSsoas protest immediately is A Turkey. Nine warships of the al- Brushly, La. For sale by ail dealalmost certain, and it is stat--m and a the capital that the measures lied fleet yesterday bombarded Ham-idie- ers. h Vk inaugurated against Germany silenced the forts of Dardanus, no Sittings. e and Tohemerllk. on the Asiatic, than a blockade and calcu-lktf- e Warships Norway has set aside a largo fund paralyze the commerce of side of the Dardadnelles. to advanced two miles up the straits. for making loans to farmers to enattnsvtaU countries. Mine sweeping progressed under fire able them to prepare ncw ground Ei'jglaml Premier Asquith in the and Turkish positions were revealed for cultivation. IHfttee jo! CommonB delivered "Eng-Jtcsrf- by airmen. This country made and sold 2,200-00- 0 nnswer to Germany's submbuggies last year. Evidently the Germany. The official text of If the combined arine Siftockade." the Great Britain and France Germany's reply to the American automobile hasn't quite driven jflto of horse out of business yet. prevent It, no commodities of note concerning submarine warfare ' sarr aimi except those on the seas in British waters and the shipment For the first time In 19 years Germany was received at .silusK henceforth, until tho conclusion of food to February, iff fine staT, reach or leave the shores the State Department, and is said there will be a month without a full moon. The next full fl?Vrmany, the Premier stated. He to be an acqulsence to practically all of March 2. a!lM touched upon the cost of the of the points proposed by the United moon will be on the night $7,500,-WS- 9 States. vsax. isinlch he estimated at The Vienna Zeltung publishes a felly to the Allies and likely to minlstrel decree ordering that hence..a5kre. The House granted the- England Exportation from Ger- forth bread may contain no more $1,810,- many of such goods as England de Vbargtsr credit ever voted t&bjGi. He stated the American sires is not prohibited by Great Brit- than 50 ner cent of flour or rye meal. ihe&q&s being given serious consider- ain. Great Britain has not prepared The remaining Ingredients must con such as barley, ation. her answer to the American note sist ot substitutes, potatoes. country and Ger- maize, oats, rice or submitted to that Tkricey The attack of the' allied many regarding submarine blockade will be intro Another uame-bl- ll !3tfifA oa the Dardanelles has been and shipments of food to Germany. duced at the present session ot the "because ot unfavorable weather It is foreshadowed that the English good one. It mrrHnac range firo and aeroplane view is that the United States is ask legislature, and It is a nroDoses that every man wno nunis according to a statement ing that Great Britain shall virtualmon The Paris ly forego the strength of her posi- at all must have a license, the Are Admiralty. -ey thus obtained to go into the game rjfa?stftaserts that an agreement has tion due to her superior navy. orotection fund. The charge for a li reached between France, Great a dollar. fu- MtsSsxs. tnwl Rubsla regarding the 1'rauce From the sea to the Aisne cense will probably be cure status of tho Dardanelles varythere has been cannonading of No pducatlonal institution of any is to have free passage of ing intensity and the Germans have supported tin- .Stealls. again begun to bombard Rheims. kind in Michigan which is whole or in part by public money Tho French claim continued prog in iifiii omnlov a teacher or professor Ktut-tV- ii The Itubslans have ress In the Champagne region. who smokes cigarettes, nor shall any their operations around or according to their offlcial Russia The Austrians delivered institution grant a diploma of education to anyone who where they defeated and have furious attacks aglnst Russian lines tuntwu Inck to tho frontier "not less between the San nnd Ordawa rlters. smokes clgarets, according to a bill illaai two army corps." Tho Ger, The Germans continue attempts to Introduced In tho assembly. through Russian intrench-meat- s liaxhs. after compelling tho retreat of break The United States Is now feeding in their determination to reihe Russian Tenth army, attempted Hi world. Five times as much wheat tit. tin battle with the forces at lieve Przemysl. TOfvaw, where It Is claimed they failed and six times ns much corn were c exported from tho United States in To the Housewife. ih x driving movement. Madam, If your husband is like December as in the same tuonth in most men he expects 'you to look 1913; flour exports increased more Wednesday. ho Russian armies are after tho health ot yourself and than 68 per cent for the same period; Nfetrila in battle along the entire children. Coughs and colds are tho fresh beef increased more than a& and most common of the minor ailmentu due to heavy and generally tho exports of ttaey have been enabled to and are most likely to lead to serious "breadstuffs," which included pracback In North diseases, A child la much more like- tically all the staple grains, increas.iTUfcwi the Germans TTMii lit toward the East Prussian ly to contract diphtheria or scarlet ed five times. The Germans are satd to fever when it has a cold. It you will nmnf arc-tBoth Sudan and feterlta seeds .abandoned their campaign inquire Into the merits ot the various Itiavo f' railway lines. remedies that are recommended for from San Angelo to Sanctl be sent the 'Russian iryCt-coughs and colds, you will And that Splritus, Cuba, at the request of HuCtamany In reply to the United Chamberlain's Cough Remedy stands bert G. Smith, a Cuban missionary, In SHia' protest as to submarine ware-- ,y high it. the estimation ot people who whoa pent several months there last uso It is prompt and effectual, winter. Mr. Smith saya that farnyrs rtba .Cermun Government arw to modify Its subma- - pleasant and sate to take, which are in that section ot Cuba have frees enemies will stop qualities to be desired when a medi- of the wonders of the two Mops and rtUclu If its . -- - fox children. For IWUU- IU Jiauik anma Thn RCfilla BTCl tO !.- -. ot neutral flags and arming cine Is Intend 'be ent by T. P. Oweayliecretary ot hitch U sale by all dealers'. m merchantmen. Tht oalr J'trium The to-da- y, ar trettment at tho State Pasteur labFor the Htomnrh nnd Liter. oratory at Bowling Green. They are N. Stuart, West Webster, N. Y., I. Dr. J. V. Pruitt, a leading physician writes: "I have used Chamberlain's of West Point, nnd his daughter, who Tablets for disorders of the stomach is about 22 years old. They went nnd liver off nnd on tot tho past from here to Louisville and thenco Ave yenrs, and It affords me pleasure to Bowling Green, being accompanied to state that I have found them to by Dr. E. S. Roberts. They are by which they were bo Just ns represented. The nnlmal mild in their action and the results bitten is a large bulldog, tho propbeen satisfactory, I value them erty of Dr. Pruitt. It had been tied hnve highly." For sale by nil dealers, in up for a week or more, tho family says, because it was In the habit of Very Sad. disturbing the chickens. This afterIs n very sad spectacle when a liberty. HardIt noon It was given its ly had its leash been slipped when Democratic Senator snatches off tho the dog leaped at Miss Pruitt and cerements of tho dead to prove that caught her by one of her feet, which his associates on the majority side of it bit almost off. Tho young woman tho upper house of Congress are in called loudly for help, her father re- the same class with Judas. It is sponding. He beat the enraged ani- tough on Judas, to, who we have mal from off his daughter, only to sometimes thought, after all, has to have it leap at his shoulder, from bear too much odious comparison. which It bit him In the throat. All He at least had the graco to go off the while the dog was growling and and kill himself, and that's more than any Democratic offlce holder has ever baying furiously. Goldman King, agent for the Illi done. nois Central, attracted by the noise, Senator Stone, reinforced by that looked out and seeing tho situation, obese hlcrarch of Kentucky Demoseized a shotgun and fired at tho dog. cracy, Ollle James, may have known but missed his aim. Frightened by what ho was talking about when he the report of the gun the dog de classified his Democratic brethren sisted from Its attack nnd ran off. with the betrayer of the Savior, but Parties of men are now searching decent pcoplo believe he could have for it. The community Is In a state proven It in a hundred ways with of terror because no one knows where out dragging the remains of poor Eph It will appear or whom or what It LUliard into it. may attack. Lllllard was the political bed-flow of Ollie James for many years. Recommends Cha'mberlaln's Cough and remorse for that, rather than Remedy. his vote for Senator Bradley, doubt"I take pleasure in recommending less hud something to do with his Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my rash act. customers because I have "confidence Wo sometimes feel half impelled to in it. I find that they are pleased go around behind the house and hayc with it and call for It whon again a good cry over the troubles of our in need of such a medicine," writes Democratic friends. It's getting just el away with the pad and sore shoulders. It is a comfort to the beast and a pleasure to the owner. Call on Williams 66 Miller y BEAVER DAM, KY. The Allen 34 When you pay $895 for an Allen 34 you get 5895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. We build integrity into every Allen automobile. Our organization it strong and permanent We are in the automobile business to stay. Our purpose is to make every Allen car do its part in upholding our reputation for giving the greatest possible value for the price we get. If you have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, safe, handsome car without paying a dollar more than its actual worth, the touring carat Allen 34, 11895, is the complete answer to your, requirements. Price, $895 Study these facts Tht Allen S hw m Allen 17 hortepower ea- Mtiog axle, mohair top and leather upboliteiy. Warner traumiiuon ana d Ucering gear, expand drirc, inff brakes, 110 -- inch nheelbue, demountable rimi, aluminum crank cae and aluminum case, full mint llulrit ij mm J ill ctric itarltr. left-hantrans-milli- too sad for anything. ta-nu- vi nl Here's Senator James calling Senator Camden a traitor, and Camden asservating Jhat our own Ollie is an unshearcd ass. Yes sir! Ollle an ass the same who, we had been taught to believe, was the apotheosis of statesmanship, embodying all the attributes of Webster, Clay and Calhoun combined. Aro none of our Democratic household gods to be hereafter sacred? Must profane hands bo thus permitted to snatch off the halo from the brow of Democratic patron saints? Ollle an ass! What's an ass, Come to think of it, an ass is popularly supposed to represent the Democratic party. Well, maybe Camden was right after all, since Ollle has been very near the. whole works In Washington. It is authoritatively announced from Washington that there will be no extra session ot Congress. This is about the only cheerful and encouraging bit ot Information the business interests of the country have received from that source In a long time. The highly significant, not to say extraordinary, feature of the announcement consists in tho reason, given for it. It is said the President is sick, tired and disgusted with Congress; that he realizes, in the tho crucial situation confronting country at present, Congress in session Is a menace, and he, therefore, welcomes tho day when ho will not have "the herd of wild asses" on his hands. Remember, now, this is reported in Democratic newspapers as coming from a Democratic President regarding a Democratic Congress. The Republicans can well afford to let it go at that. It may not be impertinent, how-ove- r, to Inquire, if the President is "sick, tired nnd disgusted," what' sort of a feeling does the country lit Kentucky Sun." largo experience. nny"-ho- iae, Weiton-Mo- tt f iVh cr jin'-twrb- The 2J0O I of the It , which, with the power of the motor, lauirea economy of operation. wdjht Wo ModoU. tbrM rtsdntn w toartaf aan, baltd (It olaor la ariao traai IU9S. ud raaflaj 979 r Factory KaprMaatativM for Soatfcara OfaU, giaia Tarrtoary, SoatSMr Iadiaaa aad aatbra State Kenton Motors Co. "SSSSOST Dlrai Writ or wira for In ttyU, fmiih, ptvitr, tnntmj $f tftrmlh, tfuifrntut, qmlititi ad net, AUm cr$ uki tkt ltJ $trvi(H tT WC VIr 4jatt Kcataafcr. fropoaitioa Don't Make Cunosiiy Telephone Galls aa tawttacr ta i.k.4 Ceotral' when tka Ira in, atatlr I oil 1st aa ambvlaac wis k.U op toi de-Uta- sd "BacHse I.M 141. catlwltr M.ttri la Bl.tkiaS ! - 'Ik-ffi- . la U 4itta ol utei 1.4 tall 4slar stcarad rkrriclaa. Mr tkat U ik. imtraliact ' lilt nltbl bw ste4." at aaca Elntlra AdtKriltir. rntti ka where-'bjjUtasi- ia ' -- con-oihrlt- al Prz-Mntf- tR rt. - the bounds to answer promptly the mass of cu riosity telephone calls that threaten to swamp our exchanges every time there is a large fire. IT is beyond possibility tuwd d, Accused and Acquitted. Hartford, Ky., March 4, 1915. Broken down in body and mind and confined to a room with the horried thoughts of having been. accused of a crime so foul, of aiding in taking the life of Robert NaH, procrastination only keeping Mi from being as one, and in this k&ur ot dire distress where blood and love flowed so freely vicious ones have prounced upon me, an innocent one and have said and done things which time and God only can efface. To my counsel, Mr. Wm. Barnes, friends, Jurors and the prosecutor, Mr. Ben Ringo, I thank you and may God help me to forgive and forget bow I have been accused. A broken heart, TESA BASSET. 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