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THAW AGAIN FACES JURY Charged With Conspiring to HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KlL FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1915. considerable weight since his return Ills face was from New Hampshire. ruddy and he seemed to be In good physical condition. MAYOR ROBERTS ON TRIAL ZAPATA MEN movement of warships to Mexican waters and tho warning to Americans, it was admitted, however, had been decided on out of an abundance of precaution. Surrender to Sheriff. Madlsonvllle Ky., March 9. John GaniMlu, Danlo Vnndlver and Will Peterson, all of tho southern part of the county, alleged "night riders," Indicted by the last grand Jury charging banding and confederating together for the purpose of intimidating others, came to Madlsonvllle today and surrendered to Sheriff Logan, furnishing bond In the sum of $500 each. Three deputy sherjffs spent the day at Daniel Uoonc and Carbondale, nnd a message from these places late tonight stated that twenty others Indicted on the snmo charge had bct-arrested during the duy. Practically all of the men furnished bond. indictments There wero thirty-seve- n returned by the last grand jury, and most of the men have surrendered. W. (). W. Meets. Dawson Springs, Ky., March 9. The head camp. Jurisdiction of Kentucky Woodmen of the World, Is holding Its annual convention here, having convened tkls morning, and ninny delesition? including a good-slze- d one from Louisville, have ar' rived. The program for today included an address of welcome by W. P. Scott and response by Vorls Gregory, of Mayfield, and J. H. Urewer, of Louisville, State manager of the order. In tho afternoon the officers will make their annual reports and genral business will be dispatched.' The election of officers will be held at the final session Wednesday .morning. Among those who have - arrived hero for the convention are O. R. Marlowe and Henry and John Lawrence, of Cadiz; Vorls Gregory, O. B. Brooks, of Mayfield; D. H. ktncheloe. of Madlsonvllle, head counsel of the order; W. E. Wooten, of Madlsonvllle; J. P. Williams, of Henderson, and' J. H. Brdwer, of Louisville, State manager.- - Between 800 and 1,000 delogates are here and one of the features of the day was a musical In the auditorium by the children of the fourth and fifth grades of the public schools. Robert Fletcher Dies .Suddenly. "Robert Fletcher. 69, for more than thirty years a traveling salesman for the Carter Dry Goods Company, died last night at his residence In the Josephine Apartments, 119 West Brunett Avenue, fifteen minutes after he had returned from the Traveling Men's Banquet at the Louisville Hotel. ; Mr. Fletcher returned from a trip yesterday. Last night he attended banquet at the Louisville, and went home feeling ill. He was given a hot bath and put to bed. Dr. J. W. Irwin .was called, but Mr. Fletcher was dead when he arrived, shortly before 11 o'clock. Dr. Irwin pronounced death due to chronic heart trouble. Mr. Fletcher had a very bad attack before he made his last trip, and was advised to stay at home by Dr. Irwin. His family was at the bedside when death came. Ho is survived by his wife, Mrs. Emma Harrison Fletcher, three daughters, Miss Mary Kent Fletcher and Mrs. T. W. Van Cleave, of this city, uud Mrs. Guido Marburg, of New York City. A son, Robert Fletcher, Jr., also survives. Arrangements for the funeral have not been made." The above was published in tho Louisville Herald Wednesday and It furnished the first news to Robert Fletcher, Jr., who happened to be in Hartford, of his father's death. He Immediately left for Louisville. Robert Fletcher, Sr., was well known to many of our citizens, having made Hartford as a traveling salesman for Carter Dry Goods Company for many years. n INJMROL ElectionThieves Arrainged Before Judge Anderson- Nine of Twelve Jurors Democrats, Two Republicans, One Escape From Asylum. Counsel Seeks to Show His Client Was Sane At The Time. York, March 8. In tho same room where ho twice faced a Jury for the murder of Stanford White, Harry went on trial Kendall Thaw for conspiring to escape from the itu Hospital for tho Criminal InWith hi in as sane at Matteawau. cadefLMidnuts were ilvo men who, the Stute charges, were parties to the alleged conspiracy. The entire day was required to complete tho Jury. Taking of testimony will begin morning. From the outset of the liiya, it wan evident that the trlul he another fight on the part of Thaw to Rain his freedom. His attorneys plainly Intimated that with of the court they the permission would offer evidence designed to prove Hint their client was sane when he escaped from the asylum. Such being the case, they said In examining talesmen, the defendant was being Illegally dctulncd at the time of hia fight. They asked prospective Jurors whether they would bo prejudiced against a man who, providing that he was of bound mind, used any mean's; at his command to escape from for the insane. These a hospital statements were amplified Inter by John H. Stanchfleld, Thaw's chief counsel, who said that should the Jury find his client not guilty he would immediately sue oul a writ of habeas corpus on tho ground that his "detention was illegal because the Jury would have established his r&'ilty." Mr. Stanchfleld would not say what courao ho would purbue should Thaw lu found guilty of the charge. On the other hand tho contention tho State, as outlined while an JilBtant District Attorney wns ques tioning talesmen, will be that Thaw, although Insane at the time of his escape, was nevertheless competent to enter into a conspiracy, and that therefore lie should be punished accordingly. Deputy Attorney General Kennedy, said in charge of the prosecution, that in the event of Thaw being found guilty he would be ImmediateThe ly returned to Matteawan. State, ho said, was prepared, if necessary, to place fifty witnesses on the stand to prove its case. The first witness, Mr. Kennedy said, would be William Penny, clerk of the Criminal Branch of the Supreme Court, where tho trial is in progress. Mr. Penny will be asked to identify the court record of Thaw's second trlul for murder uud tho commitment papers upon which ho was sent to the asylum on February 1, 1908. In obtaining tho Jury each side used only three of its five nlotted challenges. Thaw, smiling broadly now and then, assisted his attorneys In bclcctlng the jurymen. His codefendants, however, rarely, if ever, offered any suggestions. These codsfendants are Richard J. Butler, formerly State Assemblyman; Roger Thompbon, alleged to have been the driver of tho machlno In which Thaw lied! Michael O'Keefe, Eugene Duffy and Thomas Flood. When tho adjournment was taken upon tho completion of the Jury, Thaw, still smiling, was escorted to the Sheriff's office on tho floor above the courtroom. There he greeted his whltohalred mother, who, with Mrs. George Carnegie, his sister, an3 Jo-str, was in Thaw, his court all day, having arrived a halt hour before tile ppceedlngs began.' Thaw threw his arms around his mother uud kissed her; then the two sat opposite each other and' hold a brief whispered conference. That over, Thaw stepped Into a corridor and posed for more than a score of newspaper photographers. Before he crossed the Bridge of Sighs on his way,. back to his coll In the Tombs rVtaid that he was perfectly satisfied with the jury as completed. Thaw appeared to have taken on to-da- y ry ab half-brothe- Progressive. IndlanapollB, March 8. Twelve In the mou were sworn In late y United States District Court to try Donn M. Roberts, Mayor of Tcrre other who Haute, and twenty-seve- n are charged In an Indictment with conspiring to defraud the Federal Government through corrupting the election of November 3, 1914, In Terre Haute. After the Jury was United States District impaneled. Attorney Frank C. Dalley read to the Jury the law on which tho Indictment when court adjourned until tomorrow morning. The Jury follows: Frank P. Jackson, Logansport, farmer. Democrat. Edward W. Pratt, Greenfield, Insurance, Democrat. James D. Long, Cutler, farmer, Democrat. Charles Gray, Greenfield, farmer. , Democrat. Jacob Krause, Hamilton county, farmer. Democrat. Carter Brokaw, JIancock county, farmer. Democrat. J. S. Brill, Plalnfield, retired farmer, Democrat. William Schwanlnger, Jefferson-vill- e, druggist, Republican. Jacob Frlck, Dubois county, farmer. Republican. Bart Kern, Bedford, farmer, Progressive. Betore the Jury was completed forty-nin- e veniremen were examined. The defnse exercised 'nine of Its ten challenges, while the peremptory Government used only one. At the beginning of the afternoon session Mr. Dalley continued to question the veniremen in a manner to indicate he had Information that an attempt had been made to tamper with tho men summoned for Jury duty. All, however, declared they had talked to no one or received any mail tending to Influence their judgment in the case. , t Both former Congressman A. O. Stanley, chief counsel for the defense, and the District Attorney questioned the veniremen closely on their political affiliations. The jury as sworn contains nine Democrats, two Republicans and one Progressive. Mr. Dalley, before starting to read the Indictment, explained to the Jury, that 126 men had been Indicted. He said 116 had been arrested and of had entered pleas these eighty-eignot guilty. of guilty and twenty-eigSeveral times during the day Judge A. B. Anderson, who Is presiding and who presided at the famous dynamite conspiracy trial here, questioned the veniremen in order to expedite the hearing and urged the counsel' hlso to hasten. defendants were The twenty-eigh- t in court and Mayor Roberts was accompanied by his wife. Ell II. Bed-maone of the defendants who was declared elected Judge of the Vigo Circuit Court at tho November election, sat at the table with the counsel for the defense. to-daht ht n, I. "Nov Neath of Mr.. W. It. Taylor. Mrs Sullle E. Taylor, widow of the late W. B. Taylor, died at tho resiMr. Alex dence of her Hudson, last Monday evening about 8 o'clock, after a lingering illness, from cancer of the stomach. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. B. W. Napier after which the burial was at the old family burying ground noar Rochester. Her husband, Judge W. B. Baylor, died August 13, 1913 and is burled at the same place,. Mrs. Taylor was almost estimable Christian woman and a consistent member-o- f the M. E. Church, South, statesman for President." son-in-la- Thinks Fairbanks Would be Good Cundldato for President. San Francisco, March 9. Friends of Charles W. Fairbanks, former Vice President, were congratulating on what they formed his him y "Democratic boom for President In 1916. In an address given In connection with the dedication yesterday of the Indiana pavilion at the Panama-Pacifi- c exposition, William B. Lamar, a Democrat, who 4s the United' States Commissioner to the exposition, said: "Indiana Is still a pivot State In the political scheme of the nation, and who can say but that the nation may again go to that State to select its leader in the person of Mr. Fairbanks in 1916. I am a Southern Democrat, but I know of nothing that would Influence me more in deserting my party than to have the opportunity to cast a vote for the Indiana Canada Has Plenty of Wheat. Ottawa, Ontario, March 9. A GovMexico City Once More ernment Inquiry, the results of which End of Successful Career became public today, shows that the At Noon of Life. Canges Its Rulers. inmount of wheat nnd of wheat equivalent In flour In Canada on February 8 last was 79,130,593 bushels, Bryan Warns American Citizens or, with allowance for a small pro Starting As Reporter He Had" portion of nonrepllcs, an aggregate Achieved Much In BusiTo Leave City in View In round figures of 80,000,000 bushN els. The total of 79,130,593 bushels ness and Politics. of Situation. is distributed as follows: Terminal elevators, 2,853,679 bushels; railway elevators, 1,213,-95John D. Wakefield, chairman of the! Washington, March 9. The Villa other elevators, 26,776,246; Board of Public Works, a stock and agency here announced tonight a tel- flour mills, 6,160,840; in transit by linnrl hrnlrni nnrt Ana tt vrAt egram had been received stating that rail, 12,571,876, and In farmers' prominent young men of the city, Zapata forces occupied Mexico City hands, 29,554,000 bushels. died at 5:21 o'clock yesterday after-- " today nnd had begun repairing the The result of the Inquiry, it is noon at his home, 1468 St. James railroad northward. Communllation stated, shows that the quantity of Court, of pneumonia, after an illness with the border would be restored in wheat in Canada should be amply of a little more than a week. six days, the message said. sufficient to meet all requirements The death of Mr. Wakefield came Another message reported the ap- between now and the next harvest, as a great shock. For years he bad pearance of 1,000 Villa troops four for seeding this spring and for food been a most active factor In the afmiles south of Agua Prlcta this after- during the next six months. It is fairs of Louisville, and his illness noon. Gen. P. Ellas Callcs, estimated that 44,250,000 bushels had been of such brief duration that the message said, im- will be required thus, leaving a bal- his friends had scarcely time to remediately bet his garrison to ance of 35,750,000 bushels for ex- alize how serious it was. Expresstrengthening fortifications in antici port and reserve. sions of sorrow were general wben pation of an extended siege. it was learned that lhs busy and useAmerican citizens again have been ful life had closed, In its full prime. Another Fire In Edison's Factory. warned to leave Mexico City In view Mr. Wakefield had suffered from a West Orange, N. J., March 8. of the critical situation that has Thomas Edison, at work In his labor- cold, and on February 26 was forced arisen there. Secretary Bryan an atory after midnight discov- to remain in bed. At first It was nounced tonight that transportation ered a fire in one of the buildings of thought he suffered from pleurisy, facilities would be sought for as his great plant' her and summoned and later there were signs of typhoid. many as desired to leave. the firemen to prevent what might 'Last week the trouble was diagThe Ibattlcsblp Georgia and the have been a serious loss. The fire nosed as pneumonia. armored cruiser Washington were practically destroyedabuilding where I Early yesterday morning Mr. ordered V Secretary Daniels to pro the most valuable phonograph re- Wakefield's condition became alarmceed at once to Vera Cruz after con cords were stored, but most of the ing. Toward noon It was noticed ferences with President Wilson. records, which were in a concrete that his heart action had become Consular messages from Vera Cruz weaker, but about 2 o'clock, after valut, were saved. statdd that it was reported there that Mr. Wakefleld-rallle- d When he saw the flames Mr. Edi- ;belng unconscious, the evacuation of Mexico City began son dashed out of the laboratory in and recognized members- of last night. his shirt sleeves and stood outside di- his family who had gathered at the r, Enrique C. Llorente, Washington recting the firemen for some time .bedside. In a few moments, representative of Gen. Villa, received before his wife and son, who arrived he again lapsed into unconscious-'ncs- s, a message, saying that Zapatista could persuade him to put on an overand sank steadily, despite tho forces occupied Mexico City today coat, The inventor was soaked to the efforts of physicians to prolong htev Immediately on. the ovacuatlon of skin by a hose which twisted out of life by artificial means. troops. With the excopMon of hio two litthe hands of the fire fighters and Word camo from American Consul fell within a few feet of him. tle .daughters, Margaret. Syndef Sllliman that at a personal lutervlow The combined efforts of the fire Wakefield and Elizabeth' Dunlap with Gen. Carranza he had delivered departments of West Orange and Wakefield, the members of his imto the lntter the formal note from Orange were required to subdue the mediate family, includtng his mother the United States Government de- blaze. The building burned was the Mrs. Elizabeth Dunlap Wakefield, of manding an improvement in condi- only one not touched by the confla- Bedford, Ind., were at the bedside tions for foreigners In the territory gration which nearly wiped out the when the end caine. Mr. Wakefield was born a few under his control. Edison plant last December. i miles from Shelbyvllle, In Shelby Carranza promised a written reply county, Ky., January 25, 1879. He soon, but stated orally that Gen Will Speak Here. was a son of James M. and Elizabeth had not prevented food supMiss Llda E. Gardner, Superin- Dunlap Wakefield. During his childplies from reaching tho city of MexNicholas coun- hood his parents moved to Washingico nor had lie sent the available tendent of Schools of ty, will speak at the court house In ton, supplies from the capital. Davles county, Ind. It was there-h- e tomorrow at 1 o'clock p. These were the principal develop- Hartford, received his education and graducoming meeting ments today in the Mexican situation, in., relative to the ated from the High School. A., organization of trusHe came to Louisville In 1896 and the importance of which today over- of the K. E. of vital began shadowed In official Washington In- tees and other School matters his career as a newspaper manr importance. Through his newspaper work he beterest in the European war. All friends of education are in came Altho the contents of the American interested In politics and handlespecially are trustees and note to Carranza were not revealed, cited, but ed the news of many political camurged to be present. paigns and acquired a taste ior politics. Its emphatic tone Impressed mem- teachers Please come and tell your friends. bers of the diplomatic corps that It was while he was acting city 4 serious consequences would ensue If editor of the Courier Journal he was Death of Mrs. R. A. Anderson. Carranza failed Jo 'heed the represselected, by Congressman Swager After suffering for several years Sherley as his secretary. In 1905 he entations made to him. The United States in Its communication, it be from chronic troubles, Mrs- - R. A. was appointed a member of the Board came known today, described condi- Anderson died at her home In Hart- of Public Safety by former Mayor tions as "Intolerable" nnd called up- ford last Friday evening. Paul C. Barth. After two years he She was born in Daviess county, resigned that position. Shortly afton Carranza to take the necessary April 12, 1848, being nearly '67 years erward he entered the stock and bond steps to correct the situation. incendiary utterance of Gen. old. She had lived In and near Hart- brokerage business with his uncle, The Ohregon were noted by the Ameri- ford for 34 years. She was a Miss John L. Dunlap, under the name of can Government as likely to btlr up Hayes before her marriage to Mr. John L. Dunlap & Co. dangerous feeling aglust foreigners Anderson, February 27, 1868. Mrs. In 1909 he was appointed a memgiving rise possibly to riots aud out- Anderson was the mother of nine ber of the Board of Public Works children, all of whom are living ex- by Mayor W. O. Head, and In 1911 rages. note pointed out that If harm cept one, Mrs. B. H. Ellis, who died was made chairman of that body. He The befell any foreigners as a result of sevoral months ago. The others are: wus reappointed in 1913 by Mayor the conditions that had arisen the J. A. Anderson, Mrs. Luther Norrts, Buschemcyer and continued in the e, position of chairman. American Government would hold Owcnsboro; Mrs. Sudie Travis, Ohio; S. A. Anderson, LouCarranza officials "personally responAbout two years ago he retired sible" and would take the necessary isville, Ky.; T. L. Anderson Beaver from the firm of Dunlup & Co., and means to impose the responsibility Dam, Ky.; Mrs. Ollle Barnett, A. K. launched a similar business under where it belonged. It was not In tho Anderson and Fred Ifcriderson, Hart- the name of John D. Wakofield & Co., nature of an ultimatum. President ford. Her husband nlavsurvlves her. with A. E. Latta. Ho was a member Revs. Gwlnn, of the Christian, and of the board of governors of the Wilson himself today declared that the United States did not utter ulti- Napier, of the Methodist church, con- Louisville Stock Exchange. mata, but presented views and acted ducted the funeral services at the Mr. Wakefield's private life was residence Suuday at 2 o'clock p. hi., one of happiness. He married Mlsa accordingly. In view of this warning, It wns con- which were attended by a large num- Sarah Mollvalne Snyder, daughter of relatives and George R. and Elizabeth Goff Snyder, sidered likely that tho Obregon forces ber of sorrowing d, would not evacuate Mexico City with- friends. The Interment was at of Louisville, who survives blm with her sons acting as pall bearers. two daughters, Margaret and Elizaout arranging for some method of policing thp cltyas tho troops with- Mrs. Anderson was a splendid Chris- beth, eight and six years old respecdrew. ,Tne "p'epo'rts that evacuation tian wpman whose loss will be keen- tively. He was a member of the Second had begun and that no disorders had ly felt. Presbyterian church and had been a arisen brought a feeling of relief to officials who. believed that Carranza Public Bale. member of the board of deacons for would not fall to answer the AmeriAt my residence four miles north the past four years. He was presican Government with tho requisite of Centertwn I will on Wednesday, dent of the Men's Organization of action for the protection of foreign- March 17, sell my household goods, the church and was a constant aters. farming materials, horses, mules tendant at tho Men's bible class. The funeral will be held tomorIn a sense there was an absence in and 1,000 bushels of corn. Sale will official quarters of apprehension that coutlnue from day to day until all row morning at 10 o'clock from the Second Presbyterian church. From drastic measures would be required goods are sold. Tuesday's Louisville Evening Post. ' to enforce the American note. The R. C. TAYLOR, Centertown, Ky. 2; la to-da- y, I - how-jeve- Ob-reg- ! Steu-benvlll- Oak-woo- is I M the President to provide a now systho flag. That man Is James O. tem of leasing of water power sites CONGRESS Blaine. and a leasing system to open the For the Republican host led by mineral resources of tho country. thnt Intred man there can be no such Bill to cnlnrRC tho mensuro of SPEECH thing us defeat. GREAT Philippine and to exThis Is a grand year a year filled tend promlso of ultimate Indepenwith tho recollections of the Revodence to Filipino people, a measuro lution; filled with proud and tender Rep. National memories of tho sacred past; filled After Two Years Continu- which passed tho House and was Delivered approved by n Senate committee. with tho legends of liberty; a year In Regulation by tho Interstate Comwhich the sons of freedom will drink ous Session Gives up Gost. Convention 1876. merce Commission of the Issue of of enthusiasm; n from the fountains railroad securities, originally a pnrt year In which the people call for a a proof the administration's anti-truman who has preserved In Congress As Reported by New York Times Many Bills Passed and Some gram. what our soldiers won upon the field; Rural credits legislation contema year In which we called for the man Day After Its DFail Total Appropriations plating tho establishment of a syswho has torn from the throat of elivery. tem of farm mortgage loan banks, treason the tongue of slander a man for Year $1,120,484,324. persistently urged turnout tho ConHint has snatched the mask of demogress. cracy from the hideous face of re speech bellion a man who, like an IntellectTh( greatest convention Washington, March 4. Conpress In addition to the foregoing, scores ever delivered was that hy Col. ual athlete, stood In the arena of adjourned today sine die. The Sen- of general leglslnttvo hills covering a O. IiiBersoll, nominating James debate, challenged all comers, and ate adjourned at 12:04 p. m. and at wldo range of subjects died with the o at the who, up to the present moment, Is a 12: IS p. m. the House ndjourned. C5. Blaine for the presidency end of tho Congress, among them Republican National Convention In total stranger to defeat. the House clock had been turned measures for federal road Improve-- , Clnciniintl, June IB, 1S7G. Col. Like an armed warrior like a hack to noon. incut, general waterway development ' llilfl Jliul sni'l Slimi Ifl- owilV Tuine ns an orator Is known plumed knight, James 0. Blaine The total appropriations of the reorganization of the civil service to J . throughout the world. He was born marched down the halls of the Amer- sesion were approximately $1,120,-4S4.32- prohibit importation of convict made In 1233 and died In ISOfl. Col. ican Consress and threw his shining several millions under the goods, and several measures for reorbegun his career as a lawyer lances full and fair against the braz- record of previous congresses. ganization of the army. u In 1S57 nt Peoria. Illinios. During' en foreheads of every defamer of his The last session of the Congress Two appropriation hills failed. the Civil War he served as a Colonel country and mallger of Its honor. Current appropriations for the Postal was notable, too, for the failure of For the Republican party to de- service and the Indian office were ex two great issues. National Prohibiof Cavalry, and following the conflict, in 1SGG, became Attorney-Ucnor- sert against a man is worse than tended for another year. tion and Woman Suffrage. Proposed precipiof Illinois. Later he removed If an army should desert their genIn the closing hours, President constitutional amendments to New York where he gained an in- eral upon the field of battle. Wilson signed the seaman's hill, the tated two of the most exciting legempowering islative battles In the history of the ternational reputation us a lawyer James G. Blaine Is now, and has neutrality resolution and lecturer. been for years, the bearer of the him to, prevent ships leaving Ameri House of Representatives, both measCol. Ingcrsoll's convention speech, sacred standard of the Republic. I can ports with supplies for belligerures failing to receive n necessary vote. as printed in the New York Times call It sacred because no human be- ent warships, promoted Col. Goethals . Foreign relations of the nation on the day after the convention, ing can stand beneath Its folds with- to he a major general for his service out becoming, and without remain- as builder of the Panama Canal, and were constantly to the fore almost follows: . gave promotion to other olllccrs as- from tho beginning of the Congress. Massachusetts may be satisfied ing free. Gentlemen of the Convention, in sociated with the work. The Mexican situation reulrlng close with the loyalty of Benjaman H. llristow so am I; but If any man the name of the great Republic, the The ship bill, the Philippine hill. attention from the outset as has the hills, the rural European war. Thruout the session nominated by this convention cannot only Republic that ever existed upon the conservation carry the State of Massachusetts I this earth, in the name of all her credits provision ot the agricultural the President and tho Senate Foreign were in fream not satisfied with the loyalty of defenders and of all her supporters; hill and ratification of the treaties Relations Committee I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording that State. If the nomination of this In the name of all her soldiers liv- with Colombia and Nicaragua all quent conferences and much was Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, d convention cannot carry the grand ing; in the name of all her soldiers administration meas- done to restrain unusual demonstraHartford, Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes X tions which might have disturbed inold Commonwealth of Massachusetts who died upon the field of battle; ures fell by the wayside. t he business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. X by teventy five thousand majority, and in the name of those who perishIn the Senate, several members ternational tranqi'llity. Early In the These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to X 1 would advise them to sell out ed in the skeleton clutch of famine long prominent session general arbitration treaties national figures hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully. at Andersonvllle and Llhby, whose among them Senators Hoot and Bur- with several great foreign powers Faneull Hall as a Democratic advise them to take sufferings he so eloquently remem- ton stepped back Into private life were renewed for five year period.? I would peace commission from Bunker Hill that old monu- bers, Illinois nominates for the next as the curtain fell. In the House, and twenty-si- x president of this country that prince Democratic Leader Underwood said treaties providing for Investigation ment of glory. of the United of parliamentarians, that leader ot good-by- e to sit in the next Senate of international disputes before The Republicans to arms were negotiated and States demand as their leader in the leaders James G. Blaine. Ken- and three score or more members great cotest of 1S7G a man of in- tucky Sun. retired. ratified. A treaty to enforce the regutellect, a man of integrity, a man Congress, lations ndoptcd by the London SafeWhen the Sixty-thir- d n and .approved politi- Your Child's Cough is a Call For first under complete domination of ty at Sea conference was ratified ot 0ne dealer or ajjent in jT Help cal opinion. They demand a statesthe Democratic party since lSii, last December, but with an amendsell Evinrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe Don't put off treating your Child's ended y man. They demand a reformer after, at noon, it had 'been In ment making reservations which Motors, which arc advertised in all reputable It not only saps their almost continuous session since Pres- eamo too late for other powers, to aa well as before, the election. They Cough. iKvli magazines of the world. This advertising E demand a politician in the highest strength, but often leads to more ser- ident Wilson's inauguration two consider, thus preventing enforce.campaign reaches thousands who have use and best sense of that ious ailments. Why risk? You don't years ago. Beginning with an extra ment of the convention. A treaty and broadest tor portable and detachable rowboat word. They demand a man acquaint- have to. Dr. King's New Discovery is session called bj the President April with Nicaragua providing for acquiremotors, but who would liavi no use tor launches on ed with public affairs with the just the remedy your Child needs. 7, 1913. The Congress has worked ment of the Nicaragua!! canal route account of lack of time and no summer homes. Wate wants of the people with not only It Is made with soothing, healing actually 037 days. and naval stations for $3,000,000 promptly for particulars as to how representatives are was left unratified by the Senate requirements of the hour but and antiseptic balsams. Will quickly with and protected. Befjin operations at the Much Important legislation was once so as to abtain ts: lull fccr.cr.t ot tno seasoo. check the Cold and soothe your accomplished, but much contemplat- and the pending treaty with Colomwith the demands of the future. They "demand a man' broad Child's Cough away. No o'dds how' ed, some of it hard pressed by the bia directing payment of $23,000,000 EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY 292 Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN M C9 enough to comprehend the relations' bad the Cough or how Ioug stand- President and pajty leaders, was for the Panama Canal strip was held of this government to other nations ing, Dr. King's New Discovery will left undone. It is the present inten- in by the Foreign Relations Comof the enrtli. They demand a man stop It. It's guaranteed. Just get a tion of the President and his advis mittee. -well versed in the powers duties, bottle trom your Druggist and try ers to give Congress a rest. Bather 0 2 than force Yields (Juickly to and prerogatives of each and every It. an extra session, they Rheumatism Sloan's. department of this government. would leave the remainder of the , Cough Chamberlain's You can't prevent an attack of They demand a man who will sa- Recommend-administration's constructive aspira Remedy. credly preserve the financial honor tions to a new Congress next winter, Rheumatism from coming on, but t Tho Saw Mill Co't. Lund, leases, Buildings, ami Bund H.nv "I take pleasure In recommending which, altho under Democratic con you can stop it almost Immediately. or the United States. One who knows Mill Outfit at auction a an entirety, In groups or In separate lots to tho enough, to know that the national Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my trol, will have a greatly reduced ma- Sloan's Liniment gently applied to the sore joint or muscle penetrates highest bidders without limit or reserve, subject to approval of court on debt must he paid through the pros custotners because I have confidence jority in the House. the premises. perity or this people. One who knows In it. I find that they are pleased Koremoat. In the enactments of in a few minutes to the Inflamed with it and call for it when again the Sixty-thir- d spot that causes the pain. It soothes enough to know that all financial Congress were: ' theories in the world can not redeem in need of such a medicine," writes The Underwood-Simmon- s tariff the hot, tender, swollen feeling, and a single dollar. One who knows J. W. Sexson, Montevallo, Mo. For act, with the Income tax, which re- in a very short time brings a relief m placed enough to know that all the money sale by all dealers. the Payne-AIdrlc- h tariff law. that is almost unbelievable until you Beginning at f o'clock a. m. Ity order nf the United States District Court, experience it. Get a bottle of Sloan's mutt be made, not by law, but by taThe Federal Reserve act, reorganof Ohio, Western Division, Xo. ni!H.'I, in Bankruptcy, Wm. Liniment for 25c. of any Druggist Southern District bor. One who knows enough to know izing the currency system. II. Whlttaker, Keferee; JoNO?h Ij. Iackner, Trustee; Peck, Htinffer & Peck, Anti-truthat the people of the United States laws to supplement the and have it in tho house against Attorneys. All of the Keul Estate is recorded In the Ohio county CTerk'n have the Industry to make the money Sherman act, including the Clayton Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints, Lum- office at Hurt ford, the county seat of Ohio county, Kentucky, where the und the honor to pay it over just law and Federal Trade Commission bago, Sciatica and like ailments. metes und bounds ure described, viz: Your money back if not satisfied, as fast as they make It. act, the former providing for punish ILL ment of individuals who violate bus- but it does give almost instant re Lot 1. Deed Book ;!, page .'599, known as the old Woodhurn saw mill The Republicans of the United 2 lot appraised nt Ijil.iiTW). States demand a man who knows iness regulations and tho latter es- lief. that prosperity und resumption, when tablishing a government instltutoin Lot 2 Deed Book Uf, Page 53,1, comprising a little over one acre of land Seeding Red Clover. they come, must come together. Finally Restored To Health to aid in keeping buslnes within the and on the waters of Oreen Kivcr, appraised at $230. Throughout tho greater part of Whm they come they will come hand law. By Lydia E. Pinkham's Lot S Deed Book S, Pago! 53J, known as lot No. HO in Itockport, Ky., In hand through the golden harvpst Uepeal of the Panama Canal tolls tho clover belt clover is seeding in Vegetable Compound. appraised at 150.00 whirling fields; hand in hand by the the spring on winter wheat or with exemption for American coast-wls- o spring grain. In tho southern part spindle and the turning wheel; hand shipping. consisting of throe loLs, being numbered Iot 4. Deed Book 20, Pago Bellevuo, Ohio. "I was in a terrible In nod past the open furnace doors; Act directing the building at a of the clover belt seeding in corn at 30, III und !I2, situated in the central west edge of the town of Itockport, state before I took Lydia E. Pinkhum'a hand In hand hy the flaming forges; TVegetablo Com- - cost of $35,000,000 of a government the last cultivation has been success- Ky., appraised at $125.00. hand In hand by the chimneys filled railroad to tho mineral fields of Al- ful. When red clover Is seeded on Lot 5. Deed Book Si), Page 020, being purt of the mill lot, appraised at winter grain It Is sown broadcast with eager llro by the hands of the achsdur.til I thought aska. $700.00 money countless sons of toil. This it would break, I had Act to regulato cotton exchanges early in tho spring when the ground c Also, all the Chattel property as per appraisinent on file. TKItMS CASH paina all over mo, and to penallzo dealings In purely is honeycombed by freezing and has fcot to be dug out of the earth. nervous feeling3and speculative cotton future sales. You" can not make it by passing resthawing. If sown later when tho on confirmation of court. Auction catalog mailed free upon application to periodic troubles. I olutions In a political meeting. A special internal rovenuc tax, ground can bo worked It is broadwa3 very weak and casted and harrowed In or seeded ns The Republicans of the United commonly called the "war tax." run down and was A government war risk Insurance shallow as possible with a disk drill. Slate want a man who knows that losing1 hope of ever Successors to The i:7Cklel & Bcrnhelm Co., this government should protect every being well and bureau to Insure American ships In tho spring grain sections red clovAuctioneers, cltlren at homo and abroad; who strong. After tak- against tho hazards of war, and an er is town nt tho same time the grain ing Lydia E. Pink- - act providing for tho transfer or foreig- is drilled. It is the practice In some knows that any government that will No. 331 Main Slrect. CINCINNATI. OHIO. defend Its defenders and will not ham's Vegetable Compound I improved n-owned or built ships to Ameri- locations to attach a grass seeding rapidly and' today am a well woman. I can registry. protect itf. protectors is a disgrace to attachment to the grain drill and cannon tell you how happy I feci and I the reap of the world. They demand cannot say too much Of those measures which failed of drop tho clover seed either In front foryourCompounu. 'a man who believes In the eternal Would not be without It in the liouse enactment or could not bo conslderd or behind tho grain hose. If dropped if Ladies! ave MBsy and Keep iai scpjeatlon und divorcement of church it co3t three times tho amount." Mm. for luck of time, the following uro In front of too grain hose tho di'ill Style by Reading McCall'a and school. Thoy demand a man Ciias. Chapman, R. P. D. No. 7, regarded by Democratic leaders as will cover :t. but If dropped behind pt tnrrppn Magazine antl Using IMcCall Pattern Ohio. In. Caro should wliot.e political reputation is spotless paramount: should ho I 1 it SPECIAL OFFER' 1 Made to Dmia istw untunes, a. as a star: but thoy do not demand I'cfiTt Maitilatnllt Bill for government purchase or no taken to fceo that tho seed la cov Woman's Precious Gift. trial will mtktt you & rwroauout oui. h '. nu uu i !! (nmnr. KatUfunLlan mi&r&nLottd tiTYatlT that their candidate shall have u cert ilily ul a ii.n!crUA Tin one which she should moit zeal- charter of transoceanic ships for the er' d about i li.eh in loam soils attd money rutuuuou. .ipenv) ly L o o p u i signed hy ously guard, is her health, but it U establishment of an American mer- cua-hai Inch In day soils. It is imtificate of moral character I lMl.iO.1 on tllft r tti tJlviitd. UttUI Mtti Ori llfftrUUi. tmkh Iltt I tn- l a Confederate Congress. Tho man tho one most often neglected, until chant marine which encountered the portant that the seed bo well coverlit IIUa. HmiuU, :. ci lukluoio CO I IUsmwIw, tk4rf,Cfu4ttU'W4i. oii.l l.i.U. WM. lMi4U. some uilment peculiar to her sex has most stubborn filibuster in M d und rounded who lias in lWlMW I CnU TU, VMkti ju his- ed so 'Unit tin young plants w lta Tulip, fMM DaUtk Iii4UL4. hrx IMlllloll p.Uviigut Ml r.liu Tulla. OitUt. rrMgh. l.i C3i. 'i let measure all of these splendid quali- fastened Itself upon her. When &o af- tory of tho Senate, created an insur- have sufficient ir.olsturo ,to become I Mill Ml AIo ..'i.jl!n l.ifurmiiilon KAfaiKnr UJ bliV fications is the present grand and fected such women may rely uoii Lydia gent movement In tho Democratic eUabllshcd. II I recommended on n ill lioini ami Jnepuaatuu Paptr I Wrtforfjg rj E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, a gullatit leader of the Republican par- remedy MtCND 2dttol lfcl ranks and held up general legisla- tioils which ere voor In humus to ap-pCtINl'i vlUatlta I "i! a yir Inrludlnu 1 pkUt t4 that has been wonderfully U tlulU IMMII, IUIII WMI uumntw. IftMriMMt. ty James U. Illalno. ii f. '0 a drefsli.g of straw or manure i"i.;, i, tful- .. in restoring health to suffering tion for weeks of tho last session. .L. .B.k HsfVlld bm HWI .U MMw twai VMUUIW DNI rii-luil.' tr Our country crowded with tho women. The immigration bill, including u lu.'f. c.i i ij !?cipy. ' prvwvt l( waiftv wnm kNtiwi vafet and marvelous uchlevcmcntu of McC.l FitttrafYilli m'lilor'ni nir.nV' (n your t lMlt If you have trio slightest doubt literacy test for admission of aliens, Best Treatment for Constipation. BbttUU" tuIlflWU, tU(NMM(iiUtwltf Ii iLluzlor Willi i u.nif iluiiiUi mui lflMH niiBumtiaiMWinimwnii, BT V "My daughter used Chamberlain's Its first century, asks for u man that Lydiu 12. Piiiklium'i Vegetawhich passed both houses, was ve1V MffCKBEK vjurseir nml cliilti,. ,i wlikli tvitl Le .cr(ei-LH. W. WClOM .BO0X70U), ILL. lunyijsiulni rri past prophetic of her ble Compound will bclpyoii.vvrito toed by President Wilson and failed Tablets for constipation with good 11 worthy of her mm ShiihI for f.uo I'judiii ( uialonu-jby a narrow margin to repass tho results und I can recommend them future: asks for a man who has the toLydiulj.PiuuhiutilUedlcineto. 't WW Gto Vi Fm Prn'.i for iretlliitc ro. u.'ilpli.ibiniiiniixtourrrlP'KU tvwll Tfreo audacity of genius; asks for a man (coulliloiitial) Lynn.IWuss., for ad- House on a motion to overturn tho highly," writes Paul B. Rabin, of (nil Cosh Pruu Ofu-r- . I'rr mlum opened, Brushly, La. For sale by all dealvlio Is the grandest combination ot vice. Your letter will lie womau, veto. Yil MiCUl COarATY. ?i1 It IW Vvt 57A . KW read anil answered by a m Conservation measures urged by ers, heart, conscience and .brains beneath v IHSOLL'S at OUR SCIENTIFIC t nt Horse and Mule Collars b I st Ho-hu- rt nl-th- Wc arc putting in stock of Breeching, Hamcs, &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 leather,double stitched and made to lit. It docs With thf ers. 4, pleasure to the owner. it is a connort to tne ooast t ana : Call on al I Williams 6c Miller BEAVER DAM, KY. two-thir- NEW INSURANCE AGENCY! f hard-pres3e- head-unrter- s. t E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartford, Ky rt-so- rt J veil-know- WA NjT hOTl to-da- JrfM ri TRUSTEE'S SALE IN BANKRUPTCY Itni-kpor- if Wednesday. Maroli XV. 1813 LOSING HOPE st WOMAN VERY o iff THE MERCANTILE AUCTION COMPANY t' BULBS s an.-we- ' lf ' - 1 T HLip- ly ul . mw J a te I I I ft liui-..- i t iiigtii-niia- 4 . and bold in strict confidence. rI i The Allen 34 I ii you pay $895 for an Allen 34 you get $895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense Wc build integrity into every Allen automobile. Our organisation is Wc are in strum; and the automobile business to stay. Our purpose U to make every Allen car do its part in upholding our reputation for giving the greatest possible value for the price wc get. If you have keen waiting until you could buy a ttroni;, swift, safe, handsome car without pajing a dollar more than its actual worth, the Allen 34, touring car at $895, is the complete answer to your requirements. Price, $395 I Study these facts The All'n 34 hai an Alien 37 iKirtepovtcr engine, Weston- - Mott floatirj; ilc, mohair top and leather upholstery, Wartirrtrr.nsmission and Meeting pear. drive, expand, ins brakes, vtiitclluie, demountable nm, aluminum crank cite and aluminum Iclt-liau- d 110-inch trans-mivi- Wh merit vf tleclric Ughli and tUctne starter. The VfV t ute, full eauit' L. which, with the lcvtr of the inctnr. lusutei ccuncmy of oixratlou. of the cur Ii We lulM lire othor im.dclt, thre roadsters rud two touring curt, rnnjtnd to prko from W7& lo SIJ95. Factory Rcprecntatiei for Southern Ohio, adjacent Went Virginia Territory, Southern Indiana nd entire Stute of Kentucky. Kenton Motors Go. Dealers : Ik stjtf, finish, Jfj.fr, retnemy ef tftratUn, equifmtnt, icrvittabli tj.iaiuiei and net, Alltn cars talt tkt '.tad x Wnlm Politics For Kentucky. The most significant political move made so far this year In Kentucky was the announcement yestenlny by Ilarrj V. McChesncy, of Frankfort, that ho will be n candidate for the Democratic nomination for Coventor mid that ho will advocate Stalewido prohibition of the manufacture und Kin i" ill iiiiu;iicui.iiik milium. This iinnouncemnt by Air. McChes-nconce all of its phases and ratifications aro thoroly understood and appreciated, Is extremely Interest-Inimportance. and of In tlio first plnco It la stated with Mr. Authority wore or will be In his eitutlidiicy, actively supported by Senators James mid licckliam and also by all of the Slate administration organization which can bu controlled by Governor McCrcary. In addition to those powerful Influences nourished and sustained by State and Federal patronage Mr. McC'liesney is assured of the active nj friendship of what has become popularly known us the "Haley machine," nn organization which has made Itself felt In numerous political conns well ns In the deliberations of the Kentucky Legislature. Hence, Mr. McChesney, backed by the two United States Senators, by the Governor, by General Haly, and n by the League at once becomes the leading mid only "organcandidate, ization" and it is now simply a question which one of "the field" will last the longest In the heated campaign which Is sure to folI y, n If Kentucky is to moo forvard and tun tako her proper place li. J.o sisterffl hood of States. ! Tho position which the Republican m party will take on the liquor ques-tlo- n m must be settled by the platform m convention in June. That body can be depended upon lo speak positively and courageously with regard to thnt und nil other subjects of a pollt- - H cal nature now uppermost In the pub-- . El 1 lie mlild. Lexington Leader. I i II VanderMf Mniig School ELKTON, KY. k Boys s m m m m m M M n El ks tl-.- M SIukkIsIi Liter Needs Attention. HI Let your Liver get torpid and you m nro In for n spell of misery. Evcry- - m body gets tin attack now aud then. m Thousands of people keep their Livers nctlvo nnd healthy by uslng'Dr. m New Life Pills. Flno for the m j King's 'Stomach, too. Stop the Dizziness, m Constipation, Ulllloiisness nnd Indi- - m 'gestlon. Clear the blood. Only 23c. 2 nit jour Druggist. . Will help parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its pntionnge is widely scattered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write a m H -- o g MATHEMEY & BATTS g Anti-Saloo- &$ low. Write or wire for agency proposition per cent, but lie says: M.inufnc-'COThe standard list upon which turn.. 'American potters base their selling The charge that the party Is endeavoring to take adan-- l price is obsolete. Complete revising of the "agony of Europe" In its j Ion Is necessary before, American to explain the disastrous ef- - ters can intelligently sell their wares. fect of the Underwood Tariff law Is There is n distinct need for more nustalned by the report of Secretary scientific methods of production. Redfield's Investigators Into the pot- - which can be brought about only tery Industry of New Jersey and also' by highly skilled instruction, and by the report of the Investigators of 'scientific research work The report in the case of the Mont the woolen industries of Montgomery The report gomery County manufacturers is County, Pennsylvania. relating to the. pottery Industry is similar. They are attacked for wha a venomous uttnek upon the ellicl- - 'similar. They are attacked for what ency of American business men. It Mr. Redfleld calls their Inefficiency. Is an insult to the pottery manufac- They are told bluntly that the Proturers of the United States aud an tective Tariff has nothing to do with admission of the Inefficiency of the prosperity or their particular busiThey are further Informed Department of Commerce. It Impu- ness. that the European war and not the dently and falsely assumes that e Tariff Is responsible for Redfleld knows more than the pottery men themselves about the their present plight, although nil that Is necessary Is an examination ppttcry business. of statistics compiled by Mr. The report of conditions In own department to prove that County, Pennsylvania, Is in tone and Is a wanton the Tariff and not the war Is responattempt to blame on the European sible. Imports of wool of all classes war conditions which were present long before the war began. So anx- have Increased 108.S79.1S8 pounds Ilcdflclit Insults American O Free-Trad- e pot-effor- ts Sec-rota- ry Free-Trad- Mont-Itotne- ry Red-flui- us ious was Secretary lied field to prevent any Intimation of the contents of the Montgomery County report from becoming public before going over It lilinscif that he gave strict orders to the Investigators to reveal no portion of the report except ou nn order from lilm. Evidently, lu was determined to seo first whether to his own the report conformed Ideas. The figures of the Department of Commcrcu show that thcro was a .illsnlncemcnt of many million of dal lnrs' worth of American goods long before the European war began. It was before the war that the Coni-i"- 1 mlttee of Industrial Relations tin- nounced that there were L'OO.OOO men out of work In New York City alone. It was before the war that three million wage earners In the United States were out of work. Willie the war is being used as a Hcapegout in 1914 over those of the preceding Tariff, deficiencies of the Frce-Trad- o the principle method adopted by Red-fieT" diminish the criticism of the Tariff is to attack the efficiency of American manufacturers. He says that they are using Inadequate methods, that they nrp not using modem machinery, und that they are behind the times. According to Mr, Red field, it Is their own fault and not the fuult of the Tariff that times aro hard and men uro out of work. With refcrenco to pottery manufacturers, he says: The potters of tho United Stntcs are without adequato knowledge of the cost of production In their own Industries. In fact, tho lowest cost y of production in any American exceeded that of tho highest cost of production In any European pottery, except ono establishment In Austria, Tho latter part of tho statement Is truo. Tho cost of production In the United Stutcs is necessarily higher than in Europe, but this Is solely duo to tho fact that wuges aro higher and that wnges uro by fur tho greatest factor In tho cost of pottery production. Mr. Retinoid himself admits thutJbo wages paid In American pot-te- r( aro hlglier than those paid ln .European potteries by from 90 to ld pot-'ter- istration adminby the Frce-Trad- u to cover the blunders and war. the European These llgures are accurate and cannot bo evaded. They show that an equal amount of American woolen products had been displaced and that the men who have grown the wool, together with the woolen manufacturers, have suffered heavily in consequence. The Imports of cloth have Increased during the period to three and a half times in quantity and nearly three limes in vnluo over thqso lor the year 1913. "while the average value per pound for the per- " iinH decreased irom i.i.. in jji.. '""' t,'"ts ln 1914- - ,n ,MO faco figures could anything '' of tlR, more absurd tlian the arguiueni tnai the European war Is responsible for hard times in the United States? Free-Trad- e alone Is responsible. As a matter of fact tlio European war has modified to sonio extent tho blighting effects of Free-Trad- jcar, despite e. . with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, nn they cannot leach the neat uf the disease. Catarrh is blood or constitutional disease, and In oraer to cure It you must tnlce internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taker Internally, nnd ucts directly upon tilt biood and mucous surfnee. Ilall'n Caturili Cure Is not a quack medicine. It wan prescribed by one ot the best physicians In this countty for years nnd I n regular preset Iptlon. 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 tesultH In curlnir latnrrli. Send for testimonials, free. V. J. CIILNRY & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. Bold by Druggists. price TSe. Tako Hall's Family Pills for comtlpatlon. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured Tu tlio Housewife, Madam, if your husband Is llko most men ho expects you to look after the health of yourself and children, Coughs, and colds aro tho most com- nion of tho minor ailments and aro most likely to lead to serious dls- easos. A child Is much more likely to contract dtptherlu or scarlet fever when It has a cold. If you will In- -' into the merits ot tho various that aro recommended for couebs and colds, you will find that Chamberlain's Cough, Remedy stands high In tho estlmatloirof people who use it. It Is prompt and effectual, pleasant and safe to take, which uro qualities especially 'to bo destrod when a medicine Is Intended or, chll- dran. For sale by all dealers. in It Is safe to nssunie that Mr. Stanley, more than any of the other candidates, will be selected by the opposition, or forces, to be sent against Mr. McChesney, and those who are familiar with Mr. Stanley's methods of political warfare understand in advance something of the nature of the campaign which will bo waged. Whether or not Mr. Stanley will be able to overcome the odds against lilm remains to be seen. Of course It Is Impossible that not only Mr. Stanley, but Messrs. Hosworth, Newman and Cherry may also remain in the race, but this will merely divide the vote aud create a situation favorable to Mr. McChesney. It is possible, of course, that the Democrats of the State will decline to take orders from Messrs. James, Reckham and Haly, and that the "machine" might get smashed. At the same time it looks now as tlio the odds are in favor of McChesney. This speculatively is of interest to the Republicans of Kentucky both with regard to tlio personality of the candidate who will in all probability head the Democratic ticket, and with respect to the paramount Issue in the campaign. Undoubtedly Statewide prohibition will be the overshadowing question. The primary contest between the Democratic candidates will revive and intensify the prohibition sentiment in Kentucky, and In the excited public mind other Important matters relating to State finnucles and State government, taxation, commerce, roads, etc., may unfortunately to a great degree be overlooked. It will naturally be the part of wisdom for tlio Democratic leaders to evade as far as possible, a campaign based upon Stute issues, and evidently they have undertaken to do this under cover of a Statewide temperance propaganda. These leaders know that the rec- onl ,nm,e at Frankfort by their party is absolutely indefensible and that if they depend on that, or upon nation- nl jbBues this year, to carry their State ticket to victory they will be overwhelmingly defeated. It Is not conceivable that the Democratic politicians nro deeply concerned with respect to whether Kentucky is wet or dry. Mr. Heckhnm's success Inst year In tho Senatorial campaign with his temperance slogan, and the desire to do everything possible to sidestep Stato matters, lias induced them to tako up tho Slate-wld- o issue with the hope of riding It to victory. Between this and the date of their platform convention If they hold a platform convention they will endeavor to work up a posit tlvo Statewide sentiment within their party In order to make the platform fit tho candidate. It is needful that tho Republicans take steps to Induce tho best possible men to become candidates for the "anti-machinanti-machi- various State offices, The men behind Mr. McChesney will see that ho Is surrounded by u geographically ticket nnd all of tho known methods for controlling tho "popular" primary will be employed to "put across" the entire ticket. Tho Republicans, rb far as possl-qulr- o bio, should avoid expensive and moralizing contests aud preparo to present to tho voters In November a high-clas- s ticket, standing upon n platform which will appeal to tho For Infants and Children. conscience nnd to the business sense His Kind You Have Always Bough! of tho peoplo. Tho liquor question Is Important Bears but it is not the only ono which must gign&tuie outrage tho attention of the voters well-balanc- csmikiii.Iiik a Condition. j K For catalogue and information. Uox A. The action of prominent ante and rr MM post conventions leaders of the Republican factions of 1912 in organizing the Republican Publicity Association Is not a mere attempt at amalgamation. Following the disaster of 1912 there was much talk of tho leaders "getting together." It properly came lo naught. The schism In the party, while It began In tho leadership, extended through the rank nnd file. Any accommodation the lenders might linve reached, while there was bitterness in the Jiel.nina1)dt ranks, would have been futile. It -' was necessary that events be allowed to take their course until the bit"". terness died out and national Issues IKlM brought the Republican voters toaim gether. It was recognition of this m fundamental fact which caused the FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN to oppose a special Governor national convention In 1914 and to All Pictures of Kentucky'sto tbo prtisnt From tha fonntUtion of the SUto propose 'another satisfactory method time The ocl complete collection in exlitence of revising the basis of representar !Tn1t4 ?tt4. frnm Wflxlv- tf Ti..t ..- Ti.. . in colors. 1 he ery Ineton to Wilson. Hags of all Nations towr.j.iallroads.Con-GrcMion- al Contion for the 1910 convention. Map showing Counties. latet Kentucky may manufacture what ventions districts, etc Latest Kentucky Census, miland they call harmony, but genuine harvorld. InthcHirtoricalKcntuckyirLrtchisclycnthepomical mony must be in the thoughts of th'i ' stausiicsironi mciounaiiiunui wis " It incluJes: AU State Officials. Executive Department. All voters. Departmenta of the State Government with the heads of each W Depanmentani the clerical force with their salaries Various The results of the congressional Kentucky Hoards and Courts with their ttaff with officers and Political Committees and Organisations of Usa salaries. elections last fall showed that Res Uate. Kentucky, United Senator?. Kentucky Chief publicans generally .unices, broker, of the Kentucky had been jvauroau ummissioirij, uisinris. ',, brought together by the Issues. It Counties of Kentucky, when made and from is true that the Progressives cast a I AD of the VitsJ Statistics of Kentnekr. large vote, but It was ln a few states - Thls.uniquc and valuable Atlas is free only. In California, Kansas, Pennto all Evening rot suoscriDcrs. xi iiul -now a subscriber, send $3.00 for a full sylvania, Massachusetts, Illinois and or S2.00 for a SIX vrar'a Indiana they made an impressive months' subscription by maiL showing. Hut peculiar local conditions and personalities were responToaJy, ajul not thnmab earner area-eat- . sible for this. Generally through"' OUR SPECIAL C0HBIHAT1W OFFER: r Bafl ETeaiet; Past, ana year out the country the Progressive vot93.00 S1.50 i ers returned to the Republican parw.ll Ourf ty. Since the election many leaders , Hartford Republican, 1 yr - $l.Wtj ALL THREE FOJt, - - -- jw.t4T have recognizee! the Inevitable and announced that they will hereafter K. work In the Republican party. The Washington is duo to Association at a recognition of the amalgamation of the voters and a realization that the fight next year will bo between the Republican end Democratic p:.r-liThere aro still a few inino" off the reservation, but they cm accomplish little, in spite or all the publicity tha Democrats may ijtvo them. The avetage American voter, It you are not familiar with Llpplti- except when his passions are arouscott's you are doing yourself and ed, Is exceedingly practical. 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WcVWii.i a&t&ffM&iM aarrjmfmmnmmar ,jsJ s kdu.e time. Net u luunext. Uc. SCc. J 1.00. yr-- j , , Cm3KSSIE303E1 '- Hampton died on tho .Id of this month. We arc not Informed as to cause. She was a daughter of the SUNK BY GERMAN late Thomns and Dcllla Carson, and ' Dlcssed Is the womnn whoso husto low t ttl 1'pMPinfK tBMftMl BffOfJIll miml band can always find what ho Is JgUrrtnrd, Ky., n mull mnttr ot tb was horn and reared In the No Creek looking for Just whore be left It. neighborhood, nbont four miles from Ilnrtford. She moved with her bus- Tho 1;,,cst from Mexico Is that Limps Into U. S. Port After 30,- - band, Mr. Homer Hampton, to Colo- C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor Pccrc,nrJ. Hryan has Just sent an- trado several years ago where they 000 Mile Voy- other telegram to Carraiua, tolling have since made their home. She "look a Icetle out." Euro-pea- n has many relatives and friends In this Address all communications to him to age. vicinity who are grieved by her death. Republican. Ite Hartford Wl.. ..n, n,t,l.i flnrtiiiitiv Qnlitln ttin jy flag for sinking that American ves-'sTOM'X TAXIJS. Washington, March 10. The arSUBSCRIBERS of vheat7 with Its load NOTICE TO to R t rival of the Gorman converted cruisSnl)r;Wri dedrlnii th pMfT fullv referred to President Wilson. II per rent penalty oh all rim In miiVlnp thf er Prlnz Kltcl Freldrlch at Newport 6drr inuct pIt the old dltw i Apt II sometimes hear the European News, with tho announcement she town tue We I V1.H..J UlaniiplMllIll V ). T. O'llAXXOX, K(W the hard' had sent to the bottom a vessel r given as an Tu Collector, j If It had not been for the American owned and Hying I owtuHriw.JiwointloM ami OnMoiThitwr j times. the :i"it4 City of llnitfonl. war times would' have boon much I'nlted States Hag has profoundly iwlin. loimi-- iniiiivuiiti.. Or - tor .rtro. frr. t.ut CH.rcti NntKrJn th(s contryt stirred official Washington. In tho i Notice. Sc r III'. . hordi nikcrtli'ptni-nti'- . absence of a detailed story of the will recUff to The Ohio County Singing Convm-- i Atonytnoun cumiuualiRtton After a naval battle the loser at sinking Judgment Is withheld, but Hon will be held at Deda the llfth ' tttntlou least does not claim to have fallen there was no attempt to deny tho day In May. All singing classes :sc. back, for stragetlc reasons, on a po- seriousness of the incident, and It lb Invited. K. C. HAIHI), Ch'in'u. ... sition previously prepared. conceded Hint on Its face It bore the Dr. and Mrs. Jesse ltean and son, appearance of an unfriendly act upon The women voters of Chicago seem tho part of a German ship of war, of Horse Hranch, were the guests of U. Bean the first of the week. to have favored a "wide open town." which must result in diplomatic ne- Dr. I.. FRIDAY, MARCH 12. 0 At least, that Is what Mayor Harri- gotiations with tho German governXo Honor to Kentucky. son, who was running as a "Gob and ment. One of the most scathing of the AXXOUXCKMKXTS. morality" candidate, charges. Information from Newport News many arraignments of Senator Stone on a dend A friend recently announced that tonight said the Frye was sunk be for his inhuman attack We are authorized to announce tllc United Stntes senate. Is JOHN H. THOMAS, of Ohio County, j lie had bought a barrel of flour. Up-- cause she was carrying a cargo of ithat of Harry Somnicrs In the Eliza- candidate for State Senator, 7th on being asked how he managed to wheat which the commander of the bethtown News, in which he snys: Senatorial District, composed of pay for It, he declared be sold u Eitcl held to be contraband. "There can be nothing more cow Newport News, March 10. The Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler coun- - piece of land, a cow, and borrowed Klt- - ardly or more brutal than the assault German auxiliary cruiser Prlnz ties. General primary election Aug, the rest of the money. el Freldrlch, after a comerce destroy upon a dead man, and there stands 1, 1915. Time has been when it was our ing cruise over the Pacific and At- out conspicuous for its cruelty and ' Prouu boast that, no matter in what lantic oceans, which culminated in Its uukinducss the recent hevere reWe are authorized to announce was pro- - sinking an American sailing ship In marks made by Senator Stone, of YiMki ai tjtttjt t.BAnn. nt neavrr clime, an American citizen Missouri, upon the late E. W. LilranHIHM for State Sena- - tected ? the Stars a,ul Stripes. Now the South Atlantic January 2S last v While this unfortunate man who owe limped into this port today and an- ian!. wlien aanCT threatens those tor in the 7th Senatorial District com- lay cold in death, with his sorrowing - 'nllCRlanco to our flag in Mex co, the chored for supplies and repairs. She prised of the counties of Ohio, Butwife and children gathered about bis Republican Secretary of Slate tells them to brought with her rescued crews and ler and Muhlenberg. pasengers of the American, British, form, Senator Stone arose in his seat "scoot and scoot for tall timber. primary election. Aug. 7, 1915. French and Russian ships, and lies in the most dignified dolileratlve In a speech delivered at Cleveland, at nnchor tonight In a state of me- - body in the world and burled at the We are authorized to announce Ohio last week Ma- chanical exhaustion from the btraln !cornsc thls terrible attack: "WILLIAM D. MOHKIS, of East Hart- rshall declared: "The spine Is going of a 30,000 mile voyage. " 'Two thousand years ago, in ford precinct, a candidate for the out of the American people." the garden of Gethsemane, JuThe sinking of the American ship, Republican nomination for Repre- - ."Softly." Mr. das betrayed Christ with a kiss. this William P. Frye, bound from Seattle uentative of Ohio county, General administration, with which you are to tjueenstown with 5,200 tons oil Six years ago Col. Lilian, who primary election Aug. 7, 1915. had long been a respected citi'connected. Is enough to take the wheat, most concerned American j spine out. Following zen of Boyle county, Ky the above dec- - port officials here. w? elected by the Democrats to tho We are authorized to announce laration Mr. Marshall urged the peo-Last night after dark the German legislature. There he forgot or S. DEAN, of Sulphur Springs pre- - pie to "take a greater Individual in- ship appeared off Cape Henry, but ignored the pledges and obligaduct, a candidate for the Republic- - terest In politics." That Is Just what did not enter until after daylight tions he was under, forsook his Watch the el- - when she passed quarantine and W3 nomination for Representative of they are going to do. Primary election Sat- - ection returns for 1915 and 1916 party and aided In defeating it Obio county. dropped her anchor at this port. All urday, Aug. 7, 1915. at an important Juncture. We her officials perserved the strictest siIt was not Penrose's popularity lence and her captain at once disall know what became of Judas, and we now know what became We are authorized to announce that elected him United States Sena- patched a message telling of his arof Llllard.' L. L. EMBRY a candidate for the tor In Pennsylvania last fall by a rival and the condition of his ship Republican nomination for Repres- quarter million plurality. It was to the German embassy at Washing"We can conceive of nothing more entative from Ohio County. General for a return to a protective tariff ton. horrible or unmanly than this bitter that the people voted. They would primary election Aug. 7, 1915. No sooner had the Prlnz Eitel an- assault upon a dead man. It was as. have voted for anybody who repre- chored than the United States coast barbarous is the warfare of the savWe are authorized to announce sented principles which they believed guard ship Onondafia went alongside age, who, after slaying, mutilated the While living, JUDGE J. S. GLENN, of Hartford, would do away with "psychological to take up her watch to preserve the body of his victim. M a candidate for the nomination hard times." An oil man who re- neutrality of the United States,- - until Eph Llllard received the contumely turned n few days ago from an ex- officials at Washington decide what that his act merited, but dead, It was lor Judge of the Sixth Judicial subject to the action of the tensive trip to New York and East- shall be done wljh the vessel. but common charity this his faults Democratic party at the State Pri- ern States says if an election were Scarred by the red rust and salt of and his sins should lie buried with mary the first Saturday in August, held now, there would not be enough her months at sea, the German aux- him. Llllard, alive, was held up to X -Woven Wire Farm Fence, Plain Wire or Barbed Wire. Democratic votes cast in that section iliary was painted white on one side scorn by an outraged public opinion, 39S. X to figure in the count. Write us for Prices. Freight Paid. on the other. It was re but Llllard, dead, had passed from and black $Pe are authorized to announce ported in marine circles that the the bar of public opinion to the great Evidently Mr. Underwood, author Eitel Freldrlch had been chased to Judgment seat where, like the rest OTTO C. MARTIN a candidate for FORDSVILLE PLAINING MILL COMPANY of our present free trade tariff, has limit by a British of us poor mortals, the only plea is the Republican nomination for Cirthe three-mil- e Incorporated general pri- exDcrtenccd a change of heart. In al cruiser, but as the German captain for mercy and not justice. If we do cuit Court Clerk at the WIlHon, PORD8VILLE, KY. speech delivered in New York, since how can we not forgive the dead, mary election Aug. 7, 1915. reported had sealed the lips of his officers, it hope to be forgiven? Senator Stone Congress adjourned, he is was not confirmed. We are authorized to announce to have said: Marine circles were startled when has added nothing to his reputation "We have reached tho point on our only death and destruction. a candidate for the The Karth's Vicissitudes. CAL P. KEOWN the long slick ship, easily distin- by his ruthless assault upon the cold Dicre is the tidal wave which Republican nomination for Circuit way to social betterment where guishable by the lines of a North clay of a dead man who cannot denurope is not alone In her sufferrecognize On the other hand, Court Clerk of Ohio County, General sound progressivism must German Lloyd liner, steamed up tho fend himself. ing. Other parts of the world are sweeps before it all existing things. that the proper regulation of busi- bay and into Hampton Roads. She he has been severely censured In primary election August 7, 1915. afflicted. There Is usually an equit- There Is the rumble of the earth and ness requires that it must sometimes came into the roads and without any Kentucky by those who had the least able distribution of disaster. One tlio shock of some distant volcano. We are authorized to announce be helped and not always hindered; attempt at deception passed quran-tln- e respect for Eph Llllard living. Stone nation does not bear alone the trials Islands today, which bewitch aud bewilder with their beauty, ar lost WALLACE II. RILEY a candidate must bo sometimes assisted and not and then came on to this port, exhibited in ills fierce Invective some- of humanity. wo must oc what of the qualities of a hyena that to mortal eyes tomorrow. No one for the Republican nomination for ' Jorever fctrlckcn; that where she anchored. Last week tho Samoan hurricane Cnnrt clerk of Ohio countv. caslonally say 'you may' and not al "The cruiser has on hoard more digs in the grave to multilate and attracted but little attention because can say what nature will next do In ways 'you shall not.' yet tliu natives General Primary August 7, 1915. than 500 persons, 342 of the crews prey upon the dead." news of the South I'aclllc, Is this not pretty good protection and pasengers of destroyed1 vessels, It Is hard to conceive that a man it was overshadowed with seem to feel that what Is to W will -. so much more importance. Yet here In the Democratic ondoctrine? in addition to her own crew of about with a drop of Kentucky blood cours- was a tragedy enacted In tho South be, and take what comes with good We are authorlnet to announce ing through his veins would descend grace. Prpntlsa nre- - slaught upon the protective tariff two hundred.' nAm t TAVl.nil. nf " cr" 'as always been that brutality Pacific which was appalling when The tragedies of the world are 11. KlchllO, of hnitimoro, master to the low level of fiendish for tho Republican , ? H. cinct. a candidate It the limited area is considered. our Indus-c- f U was w.ong to "help Stone tt iti,. Amorfpnli shin. :illpr li'iivlnc to which"lost descended on the floor followed a narrow path and in its widespread! romlnatlon for Circuit Court Clerk Wo thought it was the proud lelll.ratlvc Ohjo County, General Primary trio. Eitel Frlcdrlch with Customs Col- Several wake left Carload of Kertllli'i. that his ad- - the t,,? VOrU1' aS Mr' So'"lors .liMiim.Kiiil ruin. tttlilii n Islands were "'""'I ' Ipntor IMmlltmi. today. I..1.1 a .Ira.l",u"v tut. I Saturday, August 7, 1915. fnT mttuiinu I will have u carload of Fertilizer " ; ; Tms 't It is no honor to Kentucky , ministration bad set business free. nintlo otnrv nf lila OYnnrlnnro With utter me waters oi iiiu rucinu iiucuinu .. ' Was' tliis not the "new freedom" -: t t,,ni Stc"e WBf bo II,)on ,u;r 80lK serene again and the sun went quiet In about March 15th. If taken him were his wife and two children. Is cussing the "robber tar- - M)nl0Hmes spoken of by Democratic from car will he !i.r cents per liun-dre- d uwensnoro inquirer, No one "Despite my protestations that I ly down with radiant rays, painting pounds. S. L. KING, Iff" around here, these days. ea(crs? was the American master or an Am- I In gold a gorgeous sunset. Hartford, Ky. 33U --- The tragedies of these islands of IMPORTANT NOTICE Wheat and tobacco ought to get Union Case Uefoie erican ship, the German cruder Eitel At Frlcdrlch sank the William P. Frye, fncpther and strike an average. the South 1'aclllc come with unex, Hlilli elite Court. Oil till) morning oi January za, uiuw-In- g pected suddenness and nre over as OUR BILL OF FARE Washington, March ft. Tho thfe 7777" . ,, ,.,i,.illrt x. anything, a gaping holo through her vital Rules of war In the Farm Agency of the Con- quickly as they come. In a night you are strong enough to enforce. out of the ocean Company over with a chargo of dynamite," said railrntut Nashville tinental Fire Insurance Co., of an Island will arise an Kithne. ... to llm tttnn in fin PAnrl twlfP. right of way privileges reached a cll- - Capt. was almost becalmed when the Hartford, Connecticut, formerly or in a night's time mayisland with "I disappear. its entire population cas0 presented Trade your bale ot cotton for a'sack about two represented by A. C Yeiser, has argu- - German ship appeared Tills Is not confined to tho southern 0 the Supreme Court in oral of flour. o'clock In tho afternoon of January seas alone, for something over a year ments. to me. I Also ago a new Island appeared off tho seeking to 27. My ship was barely moving and been transferred rUll If vodka were the only drink, i The" Western Union Is paid no attention to the first order have the Agency for the Record coast of Alaska, the result of volcun- Nation-wid- e hrohlbllioft might come condemn a right of way on the rall- - fl from tho Dutchman to lay to. How(road's property In Louisiana. The. following lc actlon' 'M, n pa"a",a an l8land ...,.'. ever, she bore down on me and I ing business in the disappeared ' contends that this cannot bo railroad Hartr u,u... comoanics: Continental, "y cran u u It is easy to live too easy lo live, Peace through starvation will be d0II0 Ulu,er State law. because Con-gi- u learning that I carried a cargo of enough to those who do not Brebs controls the right of way under ford, Aetna, Phoenix, and Fidelity in fact on an Island in tho South "i "railroad act" of 18G6.w,,e"' "' have to fast. the which includes Pacific Sea. Day after day the sky ... vn,.,i tn nttio tho i that it was contraband and he In- - underwriters, Pi- .rivals the purest bluo of Italy, tho 11 UlUBtUUi the business written in all birds sing with raro sweetness, tho Looks lko all the nations at war icontrover8y between the two com- - tended to destroy it atapies. ' ." nre equally neutral in KiiocKing me panics in some ten States and toes - ; uul waves lap lazily over coral reefs and always contains the three - towns in Ohio Connty. statements. Oats, corn and hay. We endeavor to United States. sandy shores of white. The palms tabllsh a precedent for other roads These are all old line Insurance look Inviting. Fruits may bo gather- furnish the i ueriuuii uiuiur nuu iiiuu " telegraph companies. women are the and Battleship hats for men were sent aboard the bark, and Companies. Fow clothes are HKST TIIK M.1KKKT .UTOUDS. ed the year round. I and my crow were set to work latest style. Hope they adopt tho I'roKinm for Debate. necessary. It requires tho minimum Our Oats are clean and free from I will be glad to have you call Tho Is sound aud submarine type. Tho Adelnhlau Literary Society throwing Hie grain overboard of an effort to exist. It Is a paradlso mustard seed. Our Com Iieda, German sighted another vessel, also on me or 1 will see you at your of weary mortals who no longer caro not musty. Our hay H well cured, of Hartford High Sehool vs. tho of Irvln . Among the cleverest clean and frco from poisonous weeds, Literary Society. House called to , becalmed and made for her. He reinto toll or spin. Cobb's battlefield Impressions Is that order ut 7:00 p. in. Song by the turned about 10 o'clock at night, home for anything in the This Is tho pleasant picture. There And best of all our prices nre low. Its no plnce for a fat man. 'choir. Welcome address by O. I). having sent tho other to tho bottom, surance line. Is another which is not so pleasant. Ilecltatlon, Kdd Hoover, .as I afterward ascertained." E. E. B1RKHEAD, The coming of the hurricane Is alVilla must soon dc Carson. Carratua and debate "Resolved That ways dreaded. It hills relentlessly. Hartford, Ky. elare a ttruce for Mr. llryan's summer Subject for of y Mis. Matilda Hampton Dead. uro a Fall- The Produce Merchants ,the Churches It destroys without show ot favor. Is about ripe. lecture tour News of the death of Mrs. Matilda Office 'Phone, No. 66. II. L. l'arls and ure." Affirmative Towns are swept away. Islands are HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. . Hay, Colorado, has Just Well it is some satisfaction to O. D. Carson; Negative Aaron lloss Hampton, at desolated. All in its path meets with 'Phone No. 41. lif.,.n received bv relatives here. Mrs. KC51OCP0S know that eont'rcfcs really could ad- - and Marvin Hoover. H trtford Republican. Journ. It hiul begun to look like 'had lost the nrt. It AMERICAN VESSEL ft i ol i"-- ZTZZr The continuance of the War must necessarily cre ate an enormous demand for. Corn. This enormous demand should command a good price for corn. Let every farmer produce all the good corn he can. Increase .13 your acreage. You can yield per acre. Increase your increase your acreage by using the celebrated OLIVER Riding Breaking Plows. You can break onethird more and do it much better. Give us an oppor- d. ' , n..' ' Vice-Preside- nt Vice-Preside- tunity. to prove this statement in your own field. You can produce a better yield per acre and a better quality by the liberal use of high grade Commercial Fertilizer. We are prepared to furnish you all these necessities. WAKE UP to this golden opportuntiy to make more Corn and better Corn. ' Good corn always brings good money. E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam. Ky. Dls-Xrt- WIPF FFNPF "!.-- i..!2z! Jake Poultry and i RabbitFencef Mr. K i iI . ""'- -- I n.t to-da- y .., I !r .,- ." W. E. ELLIS 4 BRO. To-da- A Time Now is a splendid time to do your planning for Spring. We are receiving daily our NEW SPRING MERCHANDISE. are changing. The fabrics are decidedly the prettiest that we have shown for many years. If you are not ready to buy, why not drop in and let us show them to you? Then you will be better prepared in every way to shop wisely and econom ically. Do this and remem ber that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Styles Mr. J. C Riley linn la grlppo nnd wns not doing well nt press hour. After a serious Illness Mr. James Gillespie Is again nt Ills regular post. Mr. Rnmey Duko lias moved from the Monro property on Union Bt. to the Bean house on Mulberry. Mr. John Glenn returned yester-iln- y from a visit to relatives nnd friends In and around Brnkesboro. Master John Riley 'who has for severnl days been very sick with bronchitis nnd heart trouble Is thought to be some better. Mr. PrerRobrrtson left Tuesday fro Oak Grove, Ln where he will he employed In I he barber shop of our old friend, K. L. Bulllngton. See V. H. Oirson, the Hartford Gincci'.Mimii, for bargains In everything in lilt line nt cnMi prices. Stock :t."t I will lie minced nC u sacrifice. Mr. George Trout will move, with his family, Saturday to Beaver Dam whero be will engage in the meat business. Mr. Trou't many Hartford friends very much regret his leaving. If you are going to buy a Wntch, soo us first. Will compare prices with any one and save you money. know With 1C years experience, what to offer you. J. B. TAPPAN, Jeweler. Mr. John Blrchcr has moved Into part of Mrs. Maggie Grlllln'8 residence recently occupied by Mr. Ike Snnderfur. Mr. Snnderfur moved Into part of Mr. J. 1 Sanderfur's residence on Union Street. gained by smfsliii.t; n window nnd n glass door. E K cr'.T Stevens nnd his fine blood hound were sent for nnd the dog struck n trail wnlch let to n house In Heuver Dam. The male occupant of the house Is said to hnvo left on an I. C. train n few hours before the hound was used. It is supposed Hint the thief, whoever he Is, had been hard hit by the stringent dope law and decided to lny up a supply. --o- Cmr 0&7&&$rf -o- LOTS OF PLKASL'RH TnkliiK pkfurcM with mi KnMmnti. A IiIk Hue of Kndnlti nnd Supplies Just in, iiKo Watches mid .Jewelry nt I he cry lowest prices. See us iii'ileiliiK nnd sine money. .1. It. TAPPAX, 3514 Jeweler a Optician. bo-fi- Primal. v Law For Indiana. Indianapolis, Ind., March 0. Among the most Important bills passed by the sixty-nint- h Indlano general assembly, which closed a sixty-daysession at midnight last night, Is the primary law, which provided for direct nominations of candidates for congress and for county, township nnd city offices. admin-IstorcWorkmen's compensation by a state commission, Is another result of the session. A bill requiring tho registration with the secretary of state of all paid lobbyists, and one providing meanc 'for arbitration of dispute between labor and capital, also became laws. s' d EikVPraeE, & Co. l9eisoqclity Glomes Bleqdiiqg individuality in il Ecisei means adaption of the proper style to . the proper fabric, a distinctive Ed. V. Price & Co. tailored -- to -- order clothes. Have them build you a suit that reflects YOU but does not reflect UPON YOU! Let us have your measure Todayl lllnrk-Lnn- e. E jCgft2Mb Hartford Republican. !1RlDAtLBCH ft M 12. Xl-H- m E. RAILROAD Mayor J. C. Her rcturrofi ifrom AT HAIWVOKJa, KY. Dawson .Springs Tuesday, ills health SOUTH IIOUND. being Improved. Ho. 115 due at Hartford 9:29 . m. .Miss Alice Keown, of McIIenry, NORTH BOUND. Ne. 114 due at Hartford 2:20 p. m. spent .Saturday. and .Sunday with dier ip&reutR, Mr.. and Mro. C. P. Keown. H. M. 141-33- 3. D. Dundee, wlslt-e- d rtdutives hcre Wednesday. Mrs. Fannte 'Taylor is qvfre .sldk, at her home on Mulberry Street, of pneumonia. air. No. 1 SOUTH BOUND. Lv. Louibvillti No. 112-3- 4 Ar. Irvlngton 10:0Ca. ni. HIRAM MILLER, Lv. Irvlnfiton 10:40 a. ni. 27tf Beaver Dam, Ky. 1:40 jj. jn. JVr7 Hartford Aliases 'XVillye Smith, Vexna Duke NORTH BOUND. Lv. Hartford 2:QZ p. m. r.nd Poppk Nail were guestf, iof Mr. Ar. Irvlngton S:3S p. m. .and Mrs. Guy Stateler Wednesday Ly. Irvlngton S:4G p. in. tud Thursday. Rev. J'ettle will hegiu'a revival .Ar. Louisville 7:4 0 p. m. meeting ct the Hartford Baptist Church Monday night. .March 22. All .persons one Invited to nflend and tako - S;a.u. lot of Red Top Grass Seed 1or sale. Call on or address, A fine i Wlieii Am in Louisville part. For anything In Groceries- call on R. L. Dever & Co. Also handle Whlto Seed and iFued Oats. vSeed or Eating - Those from a distance who attended tho funeral of Mrs. Anderson were: Mr. and Mrs. Allen Anderson, Owensboro; Mr. and CMrs. Tom Anderson, Beaver Dam; and Mr. Snm Anderson, Louisville. Mr. and" "Mfa.Siartln D. Thomas left yesterday for Morgan Ky, where Mr. Thomas will engage in business All Hartwith Ills father-in-laford, the younger people especially, regret to lose this estimable conple nd wish them much success. The Overton roadcasewhIch was tried 'before Esquire Shown In Coan-t- y Court last week was decided by "him Wednesday. He decided In favor of tho petitions for the road, with the 'proviso that the county is to pay only $150 of tho entire cost of staUlishlug the road. Players ended a 'The Cambridge successful years lyceum work hero and their entertainment "was 'highly enjoyed by a large audience. The people of Hartford should appreoiate fhelr lyceum course and show It by pledging their support fortfhcconilns season. Revs. Pcttlc, pastor of the Hartford Eaptist Church aaid 'O. M.'Shultz, pastor of Livertnore Baptist Church, will exchange pulpits Sunday. Rev. Shults is an old Hartford "hoy in whom we all have an Interest. He will preach both morning and evening and should have large congregations to hfar him. Section Three" of theMetliodIst Sewing Circle, will entertaia .March 19th, In the hasement of the now church. The ladles hope to meet all their friends that evening, assuring them they will receive a most generous welcome. Next week the ladies will give a short cVtllne of their program. At a meeting of the School Board Monday night the following teachers for Hartford College wore chosen: II. E. Brown, Principal and President; Henry Leach, Vice President; Miss Leila, Glenn, high school teacher; O. D. Carson, 7th and 8th grades; MUs Gorln Flener, 5th and Cth grades; Miss Elizabeth Moore", 3d and 4th grades; Miss Katherine The anuounccmnt of the mnrringe of Mr. Joseph M. Lane, of Washington, I'enn., to Miss Lula S. Blnck, Martinsville, III., has been received by friends of Mr. Lane in Hartford. The wedding occurred Feburary 2, 1915 at the home of the bride, who is a daughter or Mr. and Mrs. Perry Black. Mr. Lane was here several years during the oil boom and made a fine imprtisslon upon all "with whom he came In contact. His many friends wish him much fnvure success and happiness. .advocates Temple oT Peace. Concord, N. H., March 10. Gen. Nelson A. Miles, U. S. A., retired, advocated before the Legislature the proposal to erect a "Tcmplo O., to comof Peace" at memorate one hundred years of peace between Great Britain and the United States. Such a monument, he said, would have a strong tendency to crystallhre and 'streacBfhen the sentiment for poace. Its 'cost Is estimated at $300,000, of which the State Legislatures are asked to appropriate a part. Put-In-Ba- y, Hub Clothing Co. Hartford, Kentucky. TWOS. B. MOSS! Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. J to--d- ay Grwrt Ttoad Bonds. Hickman, Ky., March 10. Magistrates of this county who were taking arroond the petitions for .signers, calling for an election to vote on the $300,000 bond issue for graveling Fulton county roads, received 400 Only signers without any trouble. 150 signers were required to get the clecUon. These petitions were to County Judge E. J. Stahl and an election was called for Saturday, Slay 22. This amount will gravel 212 miles of the county's main , and aside from giving the county tip-to- p hard roads, will greatly enchance the value of the farm pre-spnthigh-ways- Ofetime experience with best of workmen,' and can giye any.referencQ. desired. . Call, itfe, on, Hartford Mill Co., 'phone, or address me at Hartford, Ky. X lands. A meeting was held last night by the Young Men's Business League, of this city, nnd the Business Men's League nnd nn organization for the carrying through of this proposition nnd tho planning and distribution of this work In the best way for the entire county was perfected. Clay County Gets Road. Jackson, Ky., ainrch 10. Clay County, ono of the few counties of the Stato without a railroad, will, In all likelihood, have a new road in tho near future. Pennsylvania capitalists, with business men of Knoxjnid Clay Counties, propose to build a new road from Bourborvlllo to Manchester, a distance of about twenty-fou- r miles. The road will tap a rich section of coal and timber lands, heretofore untouched by the magic hand of Industry. Tho Pennsylvania Interests own over 30,000 acres of coal lands In Clay county. STOP AT THE 1 Potatoes, and all kinds of Garden 3Gt4 Seed. Salesman Wanted to look after our Interest In Ohio and adjacent counAdties. Salary or Commission. dress The Harvey Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 5th Avenue Hotel FRANK ECKEIiT, Prop. H.H.ECKERT.Mgr. $1 J , Up, European Plan : i Miss Popple Nail has returned from a visit to Louisville. Miss Amanda Wade,"orMatanzaB. visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. 1 Turner. Mrs. H.B. Mlschke entertained the Ladies Social Club Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Taylor, Louisville, were guests of Mrs. William Taylor this week. Mrs. J. A." Bennett returned Thursday from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. F. L. Ward, Route 3. For Northern While Seed Qats, Acton Bros., Dee ' Hartrord, Ky. 33t2 Mrs. He'rbe'rt Sander's, of Harrods-burIs the guest of her brother, Mr. A. R. Carson, and sister. Is g, Meats. Garden feoeds Including eating and Seed Jtatatoes call on O. T.' 35t4 O'DANXON. Rev. B.wrNaplerTpastor of the Hartford Methodist Church, Is conducting a revival service at Goshen, assisted by Rev. Russell, pastor of the Methodist Church at Denver Dan tf Maddox Hall, The dancegiven-lMcIIenry, Wednesday night was enjoyed by many. Music was made by Several M. Daniel and M. Beau. from hero atteuded and report a great time. Just received two- carloads of Jones Brand of Fertilizer. Have any analysis you may call for. Will sell on same terms wo have ulwuys gold on. Your patronage solicited. W. K. BLL1S & For Flour, Feed"" and" Shljmtuff, Ianl, Groceries, Fresh and Cured Pendleton, primary grade. Tho local electric light plant wis closed down for repairs Monday and many thought wo would be without light and water for nt least a week. Tho largo drive- belt had to be shipped to Louisville to be spliced and the lire box had to be rcllned thru-ouof the Under the direction hustling manager, Mr. E. G. Barrass, the work was completed Tuesday and the lights were only off one night. The OhtoCounty Fiscal Court was t. in session Tuesday and Wednesday with all the members present. A largo amount of routine business was transacted. Judge Wilson presided and County Attorney Smith was presDisc IlurrovtK For Rale. ent as legal adviser. The following I have two Disc Harrows left and Magistrates compose the Court: Ed the first purchaser who conies will Shown, B. W. Taylor, Wluson 8inith, get them at $1G apiece. S. W. Leach, R. C. Tichenor, B. F. 33t4 S. L. KING, Hartford, Ky. Rice, W. S. Dean and L. A. McDan-lo- l. Messrs.'ErPT MobTefSain Burnett, E. B. Birkhead and W. S. Tlnsley nno., attended the funeral of Mr. Arch Lewis, of near Thurston, Daviess county, last Monday. They went as tho representatives of Hartford Lodge No. 110, K. of P. of which deceased was a member. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Frank Hnrtford, after which Interment took placo at the Yellow Creek cemetery. Tho Drug StorTof Wilbur Mitchell at Beaver Dam was broken into Tuesday night and a considerable amount Access was of dope was stolen. CASTO - Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR RA I . Mr. nenry urimn, u bis mother, Mrs. was the guest of R. F. D. 4. Magfle Griffin last week. . ,....... The Produce Men. 35t4 HLACK'SIIXOUfMB from J. D. Itussell's (Owensboro) prize winning Northup Strain. White Wyiiiulotts, from Mrs. Tom Hayden's (OwensBig boro) famous Dustou Strain. 1.00 each; farm raised Cockrels, Eggs $1.00 per 15. j L.T.BARNARD, Hartford, Ky. llOCKPORT. Rockport, Ky., March 8. Special A cat caused to Tho Republican) r.uch excitement und put Chief of Police McDougall to a lot of trouble tho other night. When Chief McDou-garrived on tho scene In answer to u riot cull from neighbor who hid become alarmed by sci earns of murder! help! police! coinly;: from the home of Mrs.,Jfolllo Ross, on Ninth StrfJriT(S found Mm. Ross nl almost In a stata if nervous prostra- 'be obliterated at the next election, tion. Mrs. Ross coatendel that there 'to the junk pile where it belongs. were burglars In the bouse. When the Josh Billing once said: "I luv the I rooster fur two things, one fur the chief entered the n.oi'32 lie found ' Jus expected but a crow that's in him and the other fur not burglars us large cat sitting calmly on the din- I the spurs he's got to bak the crow ing room table devouring a piece of up with." The Democrats have got meat. The cat bad rattled the dish- the crow alright but they haven't es in his effort to obuti.i food and got the spurs to "bak" it up. Addition to Cemetery. Mrs. Ross, who lives alone, jumped The town trustees have ordained to the conclusion that there were burglars In tho house. that Bluff alley, between Center and High streets, be condemned for a To lie Sold nt Public Auction. The entire manufacturing plant of burying ground. This will make nn the Rockport Sawmill Company will addition to the Highvlew cemetery. be sold at public auction by order of Xew Bank in Prospect. the United States Court on March It Is rumored that Rockport Is to 17. The plant is located on Water have a new bank. It Is said a numStreet und is one of the largest in ber of outside business men are conWestern Kentucky. For years tills templating starting a bank here with was one of the town's leading Indus- the prospect of making it a National tries, giving employment to over a bank. Tills is an excellent location hundred men. The plant has been for a first class bank and the new shut down for over a year. It Is project will likely meet with an enmore than likely that the mill will thusiastic reception. resume operations after it changes Locates Hero. I hands. The plant is being looked Attorney at Law R. D. Robert&on, after by Mr. Edward TUford of this of McIIenry will shortly locate in this city. city for tho practice of his profession. Coming Here. Mr. Robertson is a first class lawyer The Amateur Theatricals which and will no doubt find this a perfect will shortly be Introduced by Roch- field for his labor. He will move ester folks In that hustling metropo- his family here within a shorty time. lis,, will It Is understood bo presented A Hard Man to Beat. In this city following Its introduction Our old friend Prof. S. P. McKlu-nethere. Rochester amateurs have alcandidate for the office of counways mude good on their acting and ty court clerk, was In Rockport last have been here sevral times before. week mingling with the voters and It Is to bo hoped they will come again shaking hands with his old friends. soon and as they would be assured Prof. McKinney was formerly princiof a crowded house us nothing In the pal of the Rockport graded school home talent Hue of any consequence and Is very popular in this city. has been given here in a long time. Iu an editorial reference to the Mlue Shut Down. The mine of the Rockport Coal candidacy of B. S. Huntsman for Co., has been shut down for at) In- State Senator in the Bowling Green definite period and a lurgo number District the Green River Republican of miners are out of employment as suys: a result. Many of the mines havo "There appears to be a general already left Rockport to seek work sentiment all over the State to nomIn other fields. This was Rockport's inate good men and It will tell on chief Industry and to general business the vote In November. depression Is being felt here. With It Is so much easier to work for the mines closed down and the Demo a ticket where all of the candidates cratic adminlstratloinn charge Rock are strong men, than It Is when you port is likely to realize that It Is up have to apologizo all the time, far More some of your candidates. You will against a hattl proposition. KeuubII$M'v voters, who appreciate never have to apologize for such men prosperity more than they do party as B. S. Huntsman and J. II. Thomas, sentiment, will bo born und the and when elected you will never ho poor old Bryan and Wilson "watch- ashamed of them. They should both ing and watting" administration will be nominated. y, lt ,..- - T"""" iatslai&ssVUsMiBthsaijaMat.ilsssisbal.sMstelfeMafl GERMANS BORN IN AMERICA LOYAL TO IL S. British Viscount Pays High Tr; bute to American Kcd Cross and Relief Work. London, feng., Viscount Jams Brycp, in nn article publlsbed in tho Daily Chronicle on "The Position of the United States In the War," says It is "a complete error to assume that those who bear a German name or ho own to Gerninn blood, belong party." to the "The children of Europeans who are born in America," Viscount Bryce continue, "grow up normal American citizens forall practical purposes. Their loyalty is to the Stars and Stripes and their feeling for the land of their parents is comparatively weak. What is called the German vote is in some few cities a force to tie reckoned with. But when those ho lead try to use it as a means political pressure in for applying such cases as this the native Americans resent such an attempt, for with them It is a fundamental prin ciple that citizens must have no loyalty save to the United States, and the great bulk of even hyphenated German Americans would refuse to respond." As to the neutrality of the Ameri- can Government, Bryce adds both aides have blamed it, and the government points to this as the best proof of its impartiality. One party, he says, moved by the tragic fate of Belgium, censured the government for having failed to protest against "the violntion of Belgium territory and the flagrant breaches .of the rules of warfare prescribed by The Hague convention. "But," says Viscount Bryce, "it is right that neither side of the case should be put to the United States, the greatest of neutral powers. The administration might conceive that the war in which the rights of all the neutrals will be involved, and it might think that the authority with which the United States can speak would be weakened if at the outset its government takes up a position adverse to one or the other party to the struggle. However high the motive. Its impartiality would thereafter be questioned." & United States Strictly Neutral. Arguing that the attack on ws a clear breach not only ot the convention of 1007, but of the fundamental principles of international law, Viscount Bryce says, the breaches which followed rested at first on statements which needed confirmation and that "any government might feel that before protesting against the treatment of it needed further evidence which would carry certainty io every fair mind. "Add to this ground for caution the fact that the United States has always followed the advice of Washington, endeavored to keep themselves clear of European entanglements in Old World diplomacy." Regarding the question of international law and usage which have arisen between tho United States and the belligerents, Viscount Bryce Bel-EJW- ja solvent action on plant food minerals therefore the more finely the soil is pulverized the more soil particles wo will have for tho roots to como In contact with to obtain plant seed. If the seed bed Is hard nnd cloddy, or has large open spaces In it, tho roots will be restricted. In tholr feeding nace. The plant food is made Available largely through tho action of ircteria or small living organisms In the soil. These organisms require air, moisture, and warmth In order to do their work and these conditions (are at their best only In a well pre-- I pared seed bed. j A well prepared seed bed will nnd retain much more water available for plants than one poorly prepared. Much of the available water is brought up from below and If tho soil Is not well pulverized nnd does not make a good contact with the subsoil, the water from below will be restricted in its movement upward. A well prepared seed bed is one that is deep, well pulverized and well firmed down. There are various implements that may bo used In 'securing this condition. For lato plowing when soil is likely to be hard, say from April" 1 throughout the summer, it Is a good practice to disk before plowing. This will insure a good contact between furrow slice and subsoil. The Implement to be used after the breaking plow must be determined by the condition of the soil. Frequently the drag Is the most effective, or the spike-toot- h harrow may be best, and if the ground is cloddy or not in the best condition, the disk may be necessary. One's judgment will tell him what to do next if a deep well prepared seed bed is kept in mind. Thorough preparation and frequent tillage of seed bed before planting are more effective than Ullage after planting. Surface tillage conserves moisture and makes more plant food available. The chief object of tillage after the crop is well started is to keep down weeds. If weeds are killed before planting, then less cultivation will be needed after ah-jsoi The American Legion. of 250,000 or An organization .100,000 men who have had military training Is not an Impossible thing in the t tilted States. They would not bo enlisted for regular army service, nor for regular militia service. None tho less they could be made, under proper direction, and owing to their past experiences, a very mobile body of troops ready for action at very short notice, Tho plan, as formulated after several conferences In seems comprehensive enough. In these meetings the government may be said to havo been represented by MaJ. Gen.- - Wood, In command of the Military Department of the Bant, who was authorized to parComticipate in the discussions. mander Robert H. Crank of the nny has been representing thnt side of New-Yor- k riuMliMJEW f I ll7 d Olrootory Professional Ohio Covijaty Circuit Court T. r. Blrkhcwd, Judge; lien D. Rlngo, Attoruuy; W. 1'. Mldklff, Jailor; 13. O. Darrass, Clerk; B. B. Ulrkhcad, Master II. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund; S. O. Kcown, Sheriff, Duputles S. A. Ilratchcr; Hartford. office deputies .Mrs. S. O. Kcown nidi Ollinoro Kcown. Court convenes firnt Monday In February and continued three weeks, third Monday In April, two weeks, third Monday In October, two weeks. County Court John IJ. Wilson, Judge; W. C. Blnnkensliln, Clerk; C. B. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Montlac- in each mouth. Quarterly Court Begins on the first Aloiuiay In every month. Court of Calms Convenes first Tuesday In Janunry and first Tuesday In October. Other County Officers-- C. S. Mo-loSurveyor, FoiMsl!Ie, Ky., R. F. D. No. 2; Tom lilacs, Assessor, Olaton, Ky; Ozna Shults, Superintendent, Hartford: Dr. A. U. Klley, Coroner, Hartford; T. II, Benton, Road Engineer, Hartford. y, HOTEL :ifil DAWHATAF Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, Will KIT. ttSSMGW mv n.c. ..Mr OTtL Of AMERICAN! Int. In a city here good hotels abound, the Powhatan hud the practice 1i!b profession (u Uila and adjoining countlut. ComnicroiaJ and Or.iulnal Practice a. Specialty. Barnes & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith It It first In the htarti cf lt countrymen. t lie fighting establishment. autoes abtj::,..eowi mio planting. Summing up, the reasons for good preparation are as follows: 1. The seed is the storehouse for moisture which acts as a carrier of plant food. 2. It is the stratum of soil from which most of the plant food Is ob- Approximately 23,000 men nrc .... wtrTX - ITV f discharged from tho United States The Towliatan it rcfacJ. ex army annually. The great majority clumc, and restful. Its excellent location on Pennsylvania of such men, those discharged even Avenue, lSlh ami II Street, as long as ten or fifteen years ago makes it a desirable headquarters, (or bridal couplet, tourist arc still in the prime of physical tattle's, contentions. Schools and college!.. manhood. It would not be Impossi The "Powhatan attracts .the ble, we think, to find a quarter-millio- n people of culture and education. such men in the country now. Its proximity to State, War and Navv Departments, also to many Joining the proposed organization, interest, points of historical makes this hotel especially atwhich would be called the American tractive to a discriminating pubLegion, would be voluntary. Not all lic. The Powhatan offers rooms tho avallahlcs would care to Join, with detached bath at J1.50, $2.00 and up. but It Is easy to believe that the Rooms with private bath, $2.30. $3 00 and up. very great majority of them would, Write for booklet with map, and that, with annual accretions, a CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. army of 300,000 men could reserve laiuger. be created. The same appeal would ai bo made to men honorable discharglEiTTrrmiilmliliiht'TT.T ed from the navy to fill the complements of crews in time of war. A naval reserve force of scores of YOU thousands could be created in this "" "" sV CtsssfcC way. The government would, of course have to arm the men and equip them in time of action. The scheme appears to have been well thought Treatment out In all of its details. Its central IssstsBsssssssssssvVaV rZ for WEAK Idea is the one of having at all times, LUNGS or subject to instant call, a large body of men trained not only In military CONSUMPTION service, but, as the statement makes plain, the very important military If you mention this paper we will send you a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for art of a man "taking care of him- that tired, feeling, coughs, pains self in the open." And this would in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak include, as we understand it, not lungs or consumption. only discharged soldiers, but any OHIO MEDICAL CO. class of civilians whose service would be valuable in war. The plan, as It is reported, has no suggestion of miliEdition The Thrice-a-Wee- k tarism in it. Mtfsrs. W. H. BannH ami C. B. Smith announw that Uwy liave iforui-- a parUivr4.h4p for tiho general practice of law, eictpt cnlmliia, and divot , cost-Mr. Smith bejng Coimy Aittor-n-- y is tir.ivotitod (rum iiracbVlng eucli-ccasM- Mr. DoriHti will 1 individual In lbart-fo:- d. such practice. Oftku Hartford Republican building, K" ' JUSTICES' Ed. Shown, CO HITS. I yJ' m WILL TAKE OUR FREE rrnft y" i run-dow- n KbK tained. 3. It is the stratum of soil in which most of the feeding roots of plants are developed. 5. It kills weeds and reduces the amount of cultivation necessary aft- er planting. 6. It puts thu soil in condition to absorb some moisture which would otherwise run off the surface. Better plant a little late on a well prepared soil than early on poorly prepared soil. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI A . About 5G Of The New York World Farm For Sale. acres 3 miles East of Hartford on Hartford and Cromwell road, IVi miles from pike. Four The year 1914 has been the most room cottage in good repair. Ever- extraordinary In the history of modlasting water at residence. Two ern times. It has witnessed the outA firm, compact seed bed, well pulbarns, tobacco and stock. Plenty of break of the great European war, verized, is important with all crops, peaches and apples. All hill land, and especially important with small but in very good condition. Posses- a struggle so titanic that it makes seeded crops, and when the soil is sion any time. Terms reasonable. all others look small. D. S. MYEU, dry. Dept. of Agronomy, College of Agriculture, Kentucky State University. Practically a Dally at The Trice of a Weekly. No other Newspaper in the World Gives so Much at so Low a Price. Apply to 23tf A BARNETT & SON, Republican Office, Hartford, Ky. Whooping Cough. Well everyone knows the effect of Pine Forest on Coughs. Dr. Bell's is a remedy which brings quick relief for Whooping Cough, loosens the mucous, soothes the lining of the throat and lungs tays: and makes the coughing spells less "When a neutral Is urged by its severe. A family with growing chilcitizens to remonstrate with bellig- dren should not bo without it. Keep erents upon the exercise of any it handy tor all Coughs and Colds. rights which the belligerents claim, 23c. tit your Druggist. 2 unless conduced that it cannot, there is no biibstancc in the grievNexcr Kcciiuiitoil Deeds. ance, declino to present tho ca.se of Kansas City, March fi. Many sto'-rlit? subjects." of the tenacity with which Continuing Viscount Bryce said: Frank James, the former outlaw and "If It is suggested, as I think it 1ms member of the notorious Jesso James been somewhere, that in the matter gang, who died at his homo near of contraband and tho right of search Kxcelslor Springs recently, clung to powerful pecuniary interests have his determination to live an upright tried to influence the administration life after His surrender, were told those who have watched the recent here. A writer, long a friend of tho developments in America will agree j former bandit, In company with a that nothing is so unpopular there publisher visited James several years as what Is called big business and ago to get information to be used in that any administration supposed a book. ycilding to its pressure would do "I promised tho Governor of MisSo fur as I can souri when I surrendered to him," no at its peril. Judge there is no foundation for any James told the publisher, "that I ijuch notion. would never write a book about myself or permit it to bo written." Administrator's Notice. Though he was said to havo been All persons having claims against offered $10,000, James kept his the estate of I'reston Moseley, do- - promise and his knowledge of tho deceaEed, will present them to me prop- tails of seventeen years of wild life erly proven on, or before April 1st, will bo burled with him. 1910, or they will bo barred. Also Much has been written about the all persons indebted to bald estate James boys, but according to Frank, either by note or account will please no word of how they robbed ever settle same at onco and savo cost. came from him. Nor did ho ever W. 1). KBN'MSK, Ailmr. tell what became of vast amounts Itockport, Ky. 3413 of money they were supposed to . havo stolen. j Cowardly Fowl. Mrs. Jones bought a chicken at the family butcher shop, and after embellishing it with bread crumbs, celery, cranbery sauce and other glad things she proudly set It before the head of the family. "What Is the matter, John?" asked the young wife, with an anxious look as hubby laboriously carved the bird and began to apply It to his appetite. "Isn't the chicken all right?" "Why, yes; I guess ho Is all right, dear," was the hesitating response of father. "But I fear ho was a very grout coward." 'VA groat coward!" returned the perplexed wile. "What do you You live in momentous times, and you should not miss any ot the tremendous events that are occurring. No other newspaper will inform you with tho promptness and cheapness edition of the of the Thrice-a-Wcc- k New York World. Moreover, a year's subscription to it will take you far Into our next Presidential campaign. World's reguThe Thrice-A-Wee- k lar subscription prico is only $1.00 per year, and this pays for 130 papers. We offer this unequaled news paper and THi: HARTFORD REPUBLICAN together for one year for Jsl.tir,. The regular subscription price of the two papers is ijt.OO. mean?" "Don't thoy say, Mary," smilingly rojolned the old man, "that tho bravest aro always the tendercst?" Philadelphia Telegraph. I'urin For Sale. Acres on Hartford nnd Rockpor road, 1 2 miles from Broadway and 2 miles from Rockport. Scboolhouso ddgp of farm jyid church near. on Three roads pass dwelling house which is on Hartford R. F. D. No. Most of land perfectly level. Any on i desiring to purchase farm will do woll to invostigaSo. Prico roasona.-blApply for further Information to BAJt.NB.TT & SON, Ag0nts. 130 o. SPECIAL TO WOMEN Tho most economical, cleansing and germicidal of all antiseptics ia A soluble Antiseptic Powder to be dissolved in water as needed. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches In fronting catarrh, Inflammation or ulceration of nose, throat, and that caused by feminine ills It has no equal. For ten years tho Lydia E. Plnkham Medicine Co. has recommenced Paxtlno In tholr privato correspondence with women, which proves its superiority. Women who havo been cured say It Is "worth Its weight In gold." At druggists. r0c large box, or by mall. Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. I I . l etc., iHrrclx-Il- mm ma Wkm Agricultural Intension. The Importance of a well prepared coed bed can scarcely bo over estiTimo and labor spent In mated. the preparation of a good seed bed lor any of our cultivated crops yields b large profit, yet this source of profit is the one most often neglected. Plants obtain tholr food In solu-tio- n In tho (toll water surrounding The roots o.ert a .noil particle. Good Salesmen Wanted To tsell our Fruit Trees In your county. Best terms known to tho Steady employnursery business. ment, good money made selling our excellent Trees, If you are a good Write us with tho people. j mixer today for tonus. j OAKLAND NURSERIES, Columbia, Tcuu. 2StS drittiu.iri'l uuw ilu.turiiuteaKtiiuiarrrrrorbl to oouia h.uum, iiaue upis, r ic lrnv. corjrrUUta. Jluiiiuit moitry a PROCURED AND DEFENDED. """""'"'.I' in hirjun Paint and lifMngement Practice uclutlvcly. Writv or coma in us ut T10 UzWx (trot, ir Vni'.J VxUt ftbst OSct, W33WNGTON. D. C. irfanrt countries. all iui,Ij;Iih l ieltl lui, j Succeed when everything else fails. j in nervous prcstratioi and female weaknesses they aro the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. Electric Bitters : i , FOR K.DPJEY.LJVERAND t STOMACH TROUBLE . ,. . . .... , I - u in: -- j vn ever over n diupcist's counter. e fcoia ijiti"-"l- ' " "'"- - " ' Hartford, Tuesday after 3d Monday In March, Tuesday after od Monday In June, Tuesday after Sd Monday In September, Tuesday after 3tl Monday in December. L. A. McDanicl, Rockport, Friday after lid Monday In .March, Friday after 3d Monday in June, Friday after 3d Monday In September, Friday after 3d Monday In Do-c- e tuber. S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday after Jd Mondn In March,, Wednesday after 3d .Monday In June, Wiilncsday after 3d Moifdav In Son- tember, Wednesday after 3d Mon- day In Uooembi-r- . ' R. C. Tlchrtior, Centertown, urday after yrd in each month. Wluson Smith, Select, Tuesday after I'd Monday In March, TuesJay after I'd Monday In May, Tuchday aftcr 3d Monday In August, Tuesday after 2d Monday in November. W. S. WedDean. Dundee. nesday after the second Monday in March, Wednesday after 3d Monday in May, Wednesday after 3d Monday in August, Wednesday after 2d Mon-da- y in November. Hen F. Rice, FoiUsvllle, Tuesday after 2d Monday In .March, Thursday after 2d Monday in .May, Thursday after 2d .Monday In August, Thursday after 2d Monday In November. Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday after 2d Monday In March, Friday aftcr 2d Monday In .May, Friday alter 3d Monday in August. Friday after 2d Monday in November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. O. C. .Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. Fogle, City Attorney; J. p. Stevens, Marshal; Court comenes second Monday in each month. City Council J. C. ller, Ma) or; R. T. Collins. Clerk; J. E. Uean, treasurer. Members of Council J. C. Dennett, Capt. A. D. White. A. E. Pate. J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yelscr. W. H. Gillespie. School Trustees J. D. Duke, Chairman; R. T. Collins, Secrotary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, South Services morning and evening even)- - first and third Sunday in each month. Sunday school D:40 a. m. Prayer mooting every Wednesday evening. Rev. B. W. Napier, pastor. Baptist Church Services morning and evening every second and fourth Sunday In each month. Sunday school 'J:4o a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed nesday evening. Rev. A. S. Pcttle, pastor. Christian Church Services every third and fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. and " p. m. Sunday school 9:i0 a. m. Elder Gvvinn, pastor. SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodco No. C7S. 1 nnd A. M. meets ever first Monday night In eacli month. W. S. Stevens, W. M.; Ovvim Hunter, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. hi O. E. S. moots every second and fourth Mon-- 1 flriv ni'niiliifu ..wo. u. ir Willi... .. fc l rf t, miaul,., v.w.....c,M, W. M.: Jas. H. Williams, p.; Miss Elizabeth MUlor, Secrotary. Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knight of Pithlas meets every Tuesday oven-InJno. W. Taylor, C. C; W. R. Hedrlck, K. of It. & S. Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. meets every first and tnlrd Thursday nights. II. T. Collins, Commander; E. P. Moore, Record Keeper. Acmo Lodge No. 3o9 I. O. O. F. moets every second and fourth Friday nights in each month. C. M. Uar-neNoble Grand; W. R. Hedrlck, Secrotary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. moots every second and fourth Saturday nights in each month. Tom Williams, Council Co.nniander; W. C. Wallace, Clerk. Sunshine Hlvo No. 42, L. O. T. M., moots every first and third Friday nights in each month. Mrs. Att.vu Griffin, I.idy Commandor; Mrs. II. E. Mlschke, Lady Record Keeper. Kev stone Chapter No. 110. R. A. M meets overy thliVl Saturday night It VUt.il 1HUI11.11, UUJIll J, UlUUrU II l.uK ftfrtnta. ftimnli TAl.fc ,11 misVt Jll!l Pricbt; V. S. Tlnsley, Socrctary. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. Stato Ofilceis President, J. II. Princeton, Ky.; Vice President, J. II. Burney, Muhlqnberg Co.; Secretary & Trcas., S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. H. Hartford, Ky. Members Stato Executive Board Ben Watson, Webster county; J. W. Dunn, Daviess county; HUnry PIrtle, Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin county; C. G. Davenportt, Warren county. Ohio County Officers S. I,. StevHenry PIrtle, Secens, President; retary; S. E. Bennett, Treasurer. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Osna Shults, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsvllle, Ky. 3. Ira Bozartli, Olaton, Ky. L II. O. Autry, Balzetown, Ky. 5. E. O. Austin, Prentiss. 6. J. L. Brown, Rockport, Ky, I aj ARTHUR D. KIRK Attorney at Law KY. IIEAVRIN M. L. HARTFORD, ASSOCIATED WITH This office is equipped for bundling Commereliil Law nnd Collection Items as well as other legal and litigated matters. Practice In nil Prompt and vigorous service. M. L. T- - Hcmrlu'a Office. OTTOC. Mtlll'll-lliirttiinl- . vwir vrn.u tun Criitiivtrtl, Ky Kjr. STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profession in this and djolnlug counties. 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Postal brings premium catalogue I and new cash prli oilers, Address k McCAIA rATTEKNS Celebrated f.irstyle. perfect I tBt McCUL CO.. S It 218 W. 3?Ut SL. NCW VOHss Bal-nial- n, KILLtke COUGH AND CURE the lJNS WITH Or. King's FOR uw iti tWD -ALL 7H!:fiAT . ,.nn I A. . - lew llmm , CFft,siiiisrsnir i ......... vij.,ij .t.u moizry Tinj.'iJNnrcrv . .. m i, -..-.- uit.- .(, xitiju ciAvui ro v WW,. R IJ a, VJlvXrj OAUUMM Dope FlentN Ask For Hospital Care, volve tlio revising or repealing of tho That the new "dopo law" la having present Tariff law nnd tho relnstltu-lt- s effect close to homo Is shown by ting of a Protective Tariff law. A tho following, taken from tho Louis-- 1 Democratic Congress would pass such a law and a Democratic I'rcsl- vlllo Times. NffivSHKCVlvVVVVVVVvSivvv. .. would not sign such a law. N'o, Tho four divisions of tho psycho-depathlc ward of tho City Hospital nreltlio business Interests of this coun tilled wjth "dope fiends" destrlnc try and the worklngmcn who want treatment since the Harrison Federal worK nnd cannot get It must wait Inw went Into effect on March 1, until tho peoplo touch tho "electric making It extremely hard for users button" (in 1916) which will start of drugs to obtain the opiates. Thcro tho machinery that will lift tho busaro sevntccn women and twelve men, iness destroying Democrats from confirmed users of tho drug, at the tholr oillclal positions and place In in uso for oyer 'JO years, 1ms liortio tho slRiuituro ot Institution and a score of others havo their stead representatives of tlio u,ul !ias I,ccn n,!Ml under his pcr- applied for admittance to tho hos- party of Protection and prosperity. SIX Tlflln (O.) Tribune. pital but had been compelled to wait. BVnl wIcrvl8lon nlnco Its infancy. .1,ow " .ono ui deceive you In tills. a In fact, the situation Is becoming so TnrwTi Counterfeits, Imitations nnd "Tust-s-Koo- l" are but Kitty Lciiguc Sun Ives. desperate for somo of the sufferers fcxporhm-ni- s that trifle vlth and piiiiiiiKer tho hei-lll- i of that Dr. J. V. Fowler, superintendPaducnh, Ky March 8. At least infants and thlltUen-txperici- ico ujjulust Experiment. ent, presented the matter to the six, and possibly eight, clubs will Hoard of Public Safety this morning oempose the Kitty League for tho for advice, and suggestion. 1015 season, according to a decision It Is Dr. Fowler's Idea to plnco of the directors, who met Sunday Cnstorla in a iiirni1w substitute for Castor Oil, Parp-Korl- e, Drops junl Soothing Syrups. It Is pleuwuil. It the "dope fiends" In the other wards afternoon at Princeton, Ky and revontnlns . lieitlicr Oiiiiiin, Morphine nor otlior Xui-collbut ho states that tills plan is tin- - organised with the election of Dr. Mibstunt-uIts hko is Us guarantee. It destnijs Morins tiesirnDle tlie mentis or tlio x. W. Co, of Cairo, III., as and allays leicrl.sliuc.ss. l'or more tlian thirty years It will bring them drugs In- - dent and secretory, and J. C. Demon. lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, variably. In other cities temporary of l'nducah, as treasurer. Jlaluleney, A) hid Colle, all Teething' Troubles and hospitals have been established since Dlarr hiea. It retrulates Ilia Stomach and Dowels, The cities that completed the seans1s,nJ,!!'s,lol,MM, Kvhig liealthy and natural falcon. the law went hit ooflect for the treat- son last year were the following: 'I ho Children's Panaec.i Tho Mother's l'rieud. ment of these unfortunates. Henderson, Oucnsboro, Ky., Tho Hurrison law requires manu- and Cairo, 111. were Franchises facturers and Importers of opium and awarded to Murphysboro and Herrln, K coca drugs to furnish sworn inven- 111., and with the object ot Increastories of quantities made or pur- ing the league to eight clubs InvitaBears the Signature of chased. Wholesale druggists must tions were Issued to Marlon, Mt. Car-nido the same and also certify the and Harrlsburg, III., and Fulton, quantities sold and to whom. Physi- Ky. cians cannot purchase except upon The season will begin May 4 and written orders on blanks procured close September G, which is Labor from the Collector of Internal Rev- day, making a season of 12G games. enue. Consumers cannot purchase An expert will frame schedules for except upon physicians' prescripb a circuit nnd an eight-clu- b tions and all such prescriptions must circuit. The directors decided to adbe preserved for at least three years here strictly to the salary limit of In Years and held subject to Inspection by $750 per month, which is exclusive THI CtWTtUW COMMIT. TT HUMKAr STRICT. hW TOBK CITT. Federal authorities. Penalties of a of manager. $2,000 fine or five ears' lmprlhon-- j nient or botli are provided for violaCleiclmiti anil Billy Sunday. tions or evasions of this law. The city of Cleveland, Ohio, has got its fighting blood up and Is threatening to sue Evangelist Billy FOR FLETCHER'S Sunday for $50,000 damages. It seems that Cleveland has some public dance halls In her parks, conThere Is Nothing in it to Commend. ducted on what she considers a high No Money The Wilson administration, fol- plane of propriety. In summer these iuAilvnnce Snlinfno-llo- u lowing precedents of former Demohalls and pavllllons arc thronged each Gnar cratic administrations In so far as night by hundreds of couples who nnteBil they have legislated, have not passLoivettiNet have nowhere else to dance. The ed a single act that recommends ItFn c( ory price is three cents a dance, so that self to the favorable consideration a quarter provides an evening's Pri com of the people. It is a hard thing to and exercise. Tor in m A. be compelled to say, but it is the Sn vi itjj of Cleveland prided herself on these truth, and the truth should be told. institutions, believing she was proSlOlt to Does the viding entertainment, under proper I'rmu Fnc-lor- y A. STARCK inons Tariff bill show results that are conditions and at a minimum price, Direct We think not. By commendable? for those who might otherwise drift its provisions It entlroly destroyed into more questionable surroundings. the sugar industry in the South as Now comes Billy Sunday nnd dewell as lu the beet sugar growing Wo wilt Mini luu. a beautiful Starck Piano f r .0 daia froo tr at. in lour clared to Philadelphia that "municiStates. It has thrown 4,000,000 pal home. No cnMi fuwni-n- t rcaiurc.1. .Ml vie iibl: la that j jU v III j!ay upon, usu dance halls in Cleveland were so and tost tlilt piano lur 30 Iux If, nt tho rul of that time, Sou l s nut llml it the able bodied men and women out of rotten the sheriff had to close them." tile, est untile, mcclesl tuned and llticst r.l.tnn in every w..y. thai Nou have ever y to er.l It bacK. nml c will, m that By a reduced Tariff employment. !" eti for the mono. ouuro at Jienvt llbur Of course he said it with the linguisJ event, tuy III"- - lr- - i;ht botli waja. Tilts atdrclc Piano must make Rood Mth you. It has put the finishing touch oil all' or mere is no sate. tic trimmings that characterize his railroads. It ha3 crippled or put style. And Cleveland is mad clear Easy Paymanh Savs $150.00 or Slora out of business every legitimate Tmi pay r.o radi dawn, Imt a(trr 30 dayi Wr thin .lintt to lou (ram our (acton-- , at through! o( trial, yui can bruin tuimnt on the low. niicit ttut fcne ion unwardi of lC0.OO In the business In this country and has I iTli.rjnfr tu) (urtili.fl nt niir iildnn. ctt, ranrit tcrnn ever lufwtcl by a piano li lint The park commissioners, under ou a Mtrr plnno (or Hie n ohpj than y j rjii inanutacturcr. ThcA , trrma are arrancnl to landed us in the worst business panM cctirr rliewliTi'. Voii are uwuriM o( nxi!nir mlt your convcnlt no-- and it li pouible (or whose supervision the halls were run, ic tho country' ha3 ever known. an Miiu.Liuiy amTfc Lunvu uu..u.i: nki yiiiuc jou lo lny a pViino (or )iiir lisme, without , ri.Ic l'i' rionry, Worse than under the Cleveland ad- have held a meeting and asked the l"". OK.Vs ta ministration, for undor that admin- major to institute the suit, charging cents would that tho city has been slandered and KffTT Htarrk Plata? U istration twenty-fiv- e vm ."Slarrk Vr line cimUnib on land guaranteed (or 23 jttn. th Imt anit inrist lieautl buy something, It you could get It; Injured to the amount of $50,000. l.rifo iiumb- -t ( .lightly ud ihia (titrwitr) tu omh Jul I'layer PiaiKJ m M o( aH an.t arennd hand piano ci it our 35 year, of piano You will be detaarkrt. but under tho present administra- The mayor nnd the city board of conexjurirnof, and the nt. turvhrd miVti Ukrn In limited with the many (or nor StarcU Plinoa tion necessaries of llfo are so ex- trol have the whole mutter under Utlon c( an old eiUbllih!, (raturm of theas Th") toilow. rctpcmlble piano homo. and wonderful initrumenla, anil tremely high the laboring man can- advisement. Iiv; are a few aample titrgainsi plcavd with the will t The park commissioners say: 50 FntMusi0 rry low prim at wh' s not buy them, and worst of all, he $UO.O0 Weber they can be acrurcd. "The city dance halls have been 92.00 Stelnway 0 Lisstns has no employment. It has' passed Plans leak Fraj Chlckering 9003 To frrry purchaser o( a currency law that has tightened Indorsed by the representative wotoday for our new tree Srnd Surclc riamw, uo civo 95.00 Kimball to the breaking men's clubs of Cleveland and conductbeautifully Illustrated piano the money-markmuale Imjoiu. In one o( 195.00 Starck I oik which gritcs you a the belt known cliooli in point. Everyone who is posted ed in a much more respectable manlarge amount of informayou Chlcaeo. lhc coroplcto Snit Ut our latcit tion retarding planoa. Thia society ran taVr la ) our own home, knows as a matter ot fact It has ner than some ot the Kcond hand barealn Hit. book will Interest and by mall. Thla rrprmt We have the worsted financial conditions Instead dances in ballrooms. please you. Write today. one ytar'i tree imtructlon. samo right as the proprietors ot a 1343 Starck Bhh., CHICAGO ot helping them. By its Free-Trad- e P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. " Tariff law tho administration is tax- private dance hall to sue if our repuing thoAmerican people $100,000,000 tation is attacked." of their hard earned money to keep The suit will probably never be up tho running expenses ot tho gov brought, but even the proposition ernment for what they gave tho for- to bring it is unique, for the exagOAll-- Y eigner In Free-TradIs there any- gerated ascrtlons of excited pulpit BETWEEN t thing that this administration has orators, such as: "Such a city is gotlono that will recommend it to the ing to hell," and "The devil holds peoplo In 19J.G? We say not. such a place In the hollow of his baud," are taken not in earnest, but in a spirit of toleration that is half amusemnt. An attempt to sue the FOR FLETCHER'S speaker for damages would be purely I spectacular. Tlio People Will Touch tho Button. However, Cleveland's protest may US 1-, I breo.'lli i ", v.1i nelii . II A few days ago President Wilson, have the effect to make Billy Suni..nit . . , r . j- -i erf., oiuiintuwi-- " !..... i.. ! . iiwidWiMiifllowurll. lani'liby manipulating a telegrapher's key. day more conservative and careful in "f.rE VOS V V. i " ! an.1 "C'dy oi Euffala" Ctcami-M.cn--.cosot the mechanical part of tho Pana his utterances. He has had remark-ubl- o and CJrrAL'O- May l.uoDccl.t Daily -C- LEVELAND Exposition in motion. In meetings all over tho country, AirtVJilaXJj ... - .. r. fact, it might bo truthfully said that but the fact that ho Is a preacher of .' the President, by this slight action, the Gospel Is all the more reason UX i. no,. .i rn.rc.io fo, M.r.i roil. -- : i -u c -, t-ia-THE . i i" initiated all tho great activities of why he should not glvo himself over t tho exposition, which will continue to discrediting exaggerations. & CUi"'ALO TBAHSIT CO.. Clcv.land. O. CLEVELAND nnd Increase as the days go by. Some The simple truth is tho strongest two years ago, with a slight manip- weapon that any speaker can use. ulation of a pen, tho President caus ed business to slow down all over Perfectly Xuturul. OVCn 63 YCAnS this country. Tho effoct ot his acBuckbee'i "Full ot Life Korthem GrotM "So you were a witness In at lawEXPCniENCE of Pedigreed Seeda have a teputatlon of $i year at tion In this Instance did not, juccesslul teed growing behind tbera. It pay ta course, travel as fast as did the suit?" plant the beat. "Ves." Sciionabk Specialties: electrical current that oponed tho exBE2ANS "Did the opposing attorney bother position, but it traveled fast enough Valentine . . IjjoSushel Earliest Red . . ti-i- i Duanci Reluuee Extra Early unprecedented prosperi- you much?'' to turn tho New btringleaa Cmii Tod , Jj 70 DUSDU "Not all. He kept Interrupting ty ot sixteen years Into business de Wardwdl'a Imp. Kidney Wa J4.50iBushd Bushel HiwalalalalH TRADE MARKS Ilnvla New White Wax pression, and that in a very short me so much that It seemed I was at toio Buihel Currle'j Kut rrool Wax DtBIQNS IPJBIIIIJR PBA8 $j 50 Buahel CO"VRIOHT time. Now, if the President would homo telling my story and Ma was 'PFW a'ateteh nnd deacrlntlonAC. Alaaka . . mar Eitra Early(Tradua aanfl n K.iw Parlv 15 jo ousnci by another "scratch of tho pen," correcting me as I went along." anilcklr uacortal." our oiitnlouJtta wliwher lj.50 Buahel Ptej2tlS.f oa",nu.n,,.c.: llorstord't Market Garden Free Press. give back to this country and Its mT..i.iitlTeouUdeiitUu. HAKDoOO ou 00 Buahel Lightning Eipreji Bcckbee's "" via (roe. Olical aaener for aecunnf Tomato and a lull line Of business- - Interests and tollers the Cttuce, and Bulba at lowest ;!i. PlantaRadUh, catalogue or growinga Mlcea. prosperity that he bo easily took elui oof to, without charge, la the) Ills Excuse. llat of tubmll (or complete Send . our requirements and uTquote prices. "This is a pretty time of night for away from them, would it not prove Buy direct Irom the grower Save Money. a godsend and would it not immor-tulit- u you to be coming home, Jeremiah!" A handaomely IUnatrtf(I WMklr. Write today. Mention this paper. louruL Terrja, cutailou 6f any "I know, my dear; but I hadn't his name as a great public i reari f our montU It. AdbraJi nww)ulen. benefactor? But all this would in- - anywhere else to go. iff4 Ni liTiT1! OZ&fj0Jrtfr, i Children Cry for Fletcher's STOMACH TROUBLE FOR Majority of Friendi Thought Mr. Hughes Would Die, One Helped Him to Recovery. But J nt FIVE YEARS tun taking other medicines. I decided, M take his advice, although I did not any confidence in it. I have now been taking Black-Draugf- cl TvfT for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headache! since I began using it. ad- Pomcroyton, Ky. writes as follows : In Interesting I am so thankful What is CASTOR !A for what Blaclr vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes Draught has done for me." Blacli-Draug- o presi-patlen- ts "I was down with ht Thedford's has been stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for dewould have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that I thought surely I.would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herb, I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and did not seem (o do me any good. I got h, so bad, I acts gently, yet surely." It ca:i be freely could not cat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. would die. 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In successful use over 50 years. up-to-da- LATEST WAR NEWS country in Jnnunry from In 1914 to $151,742,-2- 3 Voting Machines Made To Will of Conspira- tors. March 9. United Indianapolis, States District Attorney Frank O. Dalley, In his opening statement today nt the trial of Mayor Uonn M. Iloberts, of Terre Haute, and thu twenty-seve- n other defendants who are charged with conspiracy to corrupt the lection of November 3. 1914. In Terre Haute, outlined the facts the government expects to prove and declared that Koberts was the head oi the conspiracy and that he "rulHo told how the ed as a Czar." Government contends the false registrations were made, of the alleged slugging and rough work at the polls, of the manner of collecting and the "slush fund." amount of the nnd spent much time discussing the law and the government's right to Inttrfero In the election. "Roberts gave orders and his henchmen obeyed without question," asserted the District Attorney. "He had long experience in the larceny of elections, and ho knew not only how It could be done, but upon He whom he could rely to do it. made his nppolntments of city employes, largely upon their qualifications as election manipulators." About 2,000 false registrations were prepared at Terre Haute police headquarters by Chief of Police Edward Holler, who pleaded guilty at the direction of Roberts, Mr. Daily told th'e Jury. He said Roberts and Holler decided on the number of false registrations to make In each precinct and then set about manufacturing names for the fictitious voters. About 5,000 false registrations 'aSyre made in Terre Haute, Mr. Dafley declared. Monday. Tho resignation of the I ureeK uaninci, causcu oy mo ncu- iral policy of thp Crown, has been cccopted by King Constantino, and M. y.almls has been requested to form one. Mnssacres are predicted In many n new Colds are caught in Turkey as a result of tho Impendways: Illy ventilated rooms; ing break with the Porte, while Gerrooms that have direct draughts ; expected to crowded rooms; damp houses; many and Austria arc stuffy school rooms; offices illy declare war on Greece. An te CJreecc heated. A dose of Peruna at the right time, at the first symptom of cold, before the bones begin to ache, before the sore throat manifests itself, or the cough, or the discharge from the nose, just a dose or two of Peruna before these symptoms begin is generally sufficient. But after the cold is once established with the above symptoms prominent, a bottle of Peruna, or maybe two, will be. necessary. Tor several years I have been troubled with colds at each ehango of season. I took Peruna and have not been troubled with tho slightest Mr. Harry cold this entire season." more, Md. "I Give tho children Teruna If they have a cold, and It nlways relieve them." Mrs. I. D. Hayes, 1937 Druid Hill Ave.. Baltimore, JId. "When I feel a cold comlne on I take a little Peruna, and It does me Kood." Mr. Charles S. llanj". 12 Water Bt.. Osslnlnrr. N. Y. "No family should ever be without Peruna. for It is an unfailing cure for colds." Mrs. M. P. Jones. Burning Springs, Ky. Turkey Tho bombardment of the by tho fortifications Dardanelles' British and French warships was The Queen Elizabeth continued. shelled two big works on tho Asiatic side alongside Channk. At the sam. cruisers Inside the Dardanelles , time continue a direct fire. The Turkish l otllclal report says the bombardment 'of forts on the Swmrna coast was I without result. I I 'her offensive Fisher. 1913 Mother SL. Balti- While Russia Is pressing In North Poland nnd Eastern Gullcln, the Germans have launched an attack in the region of the Pillca River, where n big battle Is developing. Iliivslu Wednesday. Kngfuml It is officially announced In London that German submarines sank the steamer Tangistnn thirty-seve- n off Scar- The District Attorney told of the means employed by the defendants to get men whom they could control He said boards. on the election and drove they defied Injunctions away special deputy sheriffs, with revolvers, In order to place the men they desired on the boards. In dealing with the "slush fund," Mr. Dalley produced a table to show-homuch money Roberts assessed trom saloon men and resort keepers for registration and election purposes. Assistant Chief of Police John Nugent, who has pleaded guilty, was Roberts' collector, Mr. Dalley told the jurors. Chief Holler and Ell H. Redman, a defendant, who was declared elected Circuit Court Judge in the November election, also collected part of the fund, which the District Attorney said totaled about $6,-00- 0. Mayor Roberts, the government's counsel asserted, "called a meeting of his hand-picke- d election Inspectors," and told them "that no one had a right to touch the voting machines except the Inspectors and that when a man entered for voting, the inspectors should do the work." Iloberts also demonstrated on a vot ing machine the manner in which a vote would not be registered, he declared. Oftentimes, Mr. Dalley said, the Inspectors would pull down the Democratic lever, forcing the voter to vote that ticket; if the voter protested vigorously, the inspector would permit him to vote again, thus pairing the votes and leaving both uncounted. "The Roberts inspectors," Mr. Dally asserted, "always stood in a position to see how a person voted and, if the voter voted 'right,' communicated with the man on the out-tilwho handled tho money." As an example of tho methods used by rtpeaters, Mr. Dalley gave the following: "One of tho fellows who was busy repeating In precinct A, Sixth ward, was a colored man, who voted eight times In the precinct; one time he caim- - with a peg leg, another time he wore a cork leg, the third time without nnything strapped to his leg, the fourth tlmo an Iron extension leg, uuother tlmo with one crutch, one time, for the purpose of deception, he wore glabses." de one-legg- lut Vegetables. The fascinating season of planting is at hand. Nature smiles bowltch-Ingl- y and seems to ask why worry about the high cost of living. The Vcgotuble seed ground is waiting. are cheap. Ltttle effort is required to grow a garden. Some people In crowded cities have their gardens on the rooftops and prosper. We puy too little attention to tho food wc eat. Wo uro overindulging our appetites with meat and pastry. This Is not what Nature provides. Eat more vegetables. Rulse your awn vegetables, if your buck yard is no larger than a spare bedroom. The of a crew borough with THE BUVERS IN OUR STORE KNOW HOW TO PICK the steamer Blackof thirty-eigh- t; wood off Hastings, crew of seventeen OUT THE PROPER THINGS AND BECAUSE WE saved; steamer Princess Victoria off saved. eminent satisfaction you will enjoy Liverpool, crew of thirty-fou- r HAVE THE MONEY TO PAY FOR OUR GOODS AND when you can pick your tomatoes The statement says the attacks were Change in Passenger Service. GET THE LOWEST PRICE. BUYING LOW ENABLES warning. The House of fresh from the vine, when you can without Effective Sunday, March 14. The gather your peas and snaps and oni- Commons gave the Government au- passenger service between Ellmltch US TO SELL LOW. ons will prove the value of the idea. thority to take over the entire en- and Hartford will be discontinued. Dean Watts of the Pennsylvania gineering trade of the country, de- Commencing Monday the 15th the WE DO A BIG BUSIHESS BECAUSE WE'UE GOT State College has given the house- scribed us' the "most drastic measure mixed train service will be adjusted wife something to ponder. Speaking ever laid before Parliament." THE GOODS AND BECAUSE WE SELL THEM to mako tho morning and evening before the Philadelphia Grange, he connection nt Moorman. RIGHT. Greece M. Gounarls bas underasserted that the use of more vegeH. E. MISCHKE. Agent. tables at the family table was not taken to form a new Greek Cabinet only a necssity to lower the high to succeed that of l. Venlzelos. and Panama Canal Reopens. cost of living,- but that It would pre- threatens to dissolve Parliament if Panama, March 10. The channel vent illness and would greatly reduce that body does not indorse his policy doctor's, bills. of friendly neutrality toward the Al- In the Culebra cut, which became closed March 6, owing to a slide of Vegetables, too, are more health- lies. earth at a point north of Gold Hill, ful, according to this eminent authorwas reopened this afternoon, and the ity, than meat. Some may differ South Africa Gen. Botha's cam- steamers waiting at each end began with this view, but we do eat entire- paign is advancing in German Southly too much meat and we do not eat west Africa and one of his armies oc- to take turns In pasing through the INCORPORATED. j vegetables enough. At this season cupied a German position and cap- canal. Tho Officials are expediting transit. It was reported that j of the year, especially, every house- tured a large amount of war m? their ships would twelve of the twenty-fiv- e hold table should contain green stuff. tcrial. be passed through before the end of The system needs Nature's tonic. The China Japan has delivered to winter blood Is thick and sluggish. China a communication which the the day. ij It needs Nature's medicine and this Chinese Minister of Foreign Affairs Farm For Sale. In the garden. can best be found Interprets as implying that unless o Eighty acres of good land containJapan's demands are acceded to by out-- 1 Screechinc. March 12 force will be employed by ing dwelling, barn nnd other buildings, situated on Hartford and (By Al) Japan. Hockport road. Well and spring on There's plenty of base ball talk farm. Church and schoolhouse near. here and everyone agrees that around TliurMlay. we must have a team. That, how-'eve- r, L'nltwl States. The German Crui- For price, terms, etc., call or address ' HARNETT & SON, Agts. will not get us anything. We ser Prlnz Elthel Frledrlch on arHartford. Ky. must get busy. Just think how riving at Newport News announced 34tf "ortul" It would be not to be able that during her six months' scouring Plea-- e, to look forward to those Saturday of the seas as a commerce raider she Mr. Carrunii. afternoon games this summer. Let's had sent to the bottom the William There Is something comical in the . not wait 'till frost settles on the P. Frye, American owned nnd fly anneal to Carranza, instigator of dis diamond to open up East End. ing the United States flag, having on order, to please restore order, some board a cargo of wheat considered thing comical and pitiable, too. J. C. Her went to Dawson the oth-er- by the commander as contraband. There Is something that belittles day to get the benefit of the fa- Washington oflclals were profoundly Uncle Sam whose status In Mexico,' mous water. He was due here Fri- stirred by the news of the blowing truth to tell, will not stand over day but upon learning that the Pitts- up of the steamer, and every effort much diminution; something that burg ball team would arrive there is promised by the State Department Americans will resent. It Is true, or Sunday for ten days of training he to get at the botom of the matetr, we are asked to believe that It is was taken suddenly ill again and was which is considered an unfriendly true, that a warning went with the not able to reach home until Tues- act, and diplomatic negotiations appeal and that Carranza was Invited day. When he did arrive he was full with Germany will in all probability to believe that, if ho couldn't rule Bell Telephone, its 16,&0,0d miles of of tales of Honus Wagner and other soon follow, it is stated. the tempest, we could and would. wire, brings millions of people within earshot of Pirates, many of whom he met perAnd then? your voice. sonally. France. The French War Office Carranza knows better. By this Many thousand of them, living fifty announced last night that the Fourth tlmo he Is "wise to" Uncle Sam. All a The Louisville Herald the other Italian Regiment of the Foreign Le- he has to do is to soothe official hundred miles, can be reached for a small toll charge. day remarked that the moon got full gion, to which Garibaldians belong, Washington. All he has to do is to Are you making use of this vast bridge on on Its last quarter. Bet the man up had been given its liberty by the bo attentive to the recommendations a business. home The Belgian of that emissary whose name so aptly farm, in morn- French Government. there had some head-ach- e the been vio- fits his mission; to offer Mr. Sllllman town of Nleuport has profit of time, money ing after that two-b- it convenience for you drunk. lently bombarded with Bell Telephone if elusive oral replies; to protest his will use it. guns. German losses were entire friendship, and to proceed on Wonder If It used the brand that Grasp Opportunity! very heavy near La Bassee, where a career that Is all the more despicamade it and Kentucky famous. Call or write the manager to-da- y. the French captured 1,000 prison- ble beeau&e of Its pretenso of amiaWe know how to stop that "pos ers. bility. CUMBERLAND sum hunting." Let the legislature It Is believed, says a dispatch from pass a law prohibiting the catching Greece. Tho new Greece cabinet Washington, "that the Mexican chief Bfl'l'iir LI & COMPANY of 'possums out of season, the same was sworn In at Athens, and issued would not approve any further InconINCORPONATIO a declaration advising tho country venience to foreigners." Can one as squirrels, quail and other game. to maintain neutrality for the presframe a form of words more BOX 119, OWENSB0R0, KY. ent at least. Billy Sunday got a hair-cu- t in a Are we to Inter that Philadelphia barber shop. Now the tho Chief approves whut InconveniTurkey. During the bombard- ence has gone before? Has It his writer of tho "Idlotorlals" in the ness. can trusts they have been howling Louisvlllo Herald suggests that the ment In the Dardanelles thirty Turk- sanction? At lust Democratic politicians have In favor of tho free and unlimited ish guns mounted on motor trucks barber Is liable to a fine for workBut to approve Is to authorize, discovered that there are foreign importation of the product of tho ing on Sunday. Quito true, and it were destroyed by the fire of tho neither more nor less. To approve trusts! At last they admit that in Europeau trusts. Evidently what warships. the barber took Billy's last two-bit- s To approve is, the name of opposition to monopois to bo responsible. they objected to was not tho domestho barber is liable to another charge in a Chief, even tho he bo a Mcxlcau ly Ihey have opened the markets of tic trust, but Us nationality. German). In outlining the bud- Chief, not other than to order. for breaking tho Sabbath. tho United States to the free entry And in favoring tho foreign as get before the Reichstag tho Secre And this man we approach humtary of tho Imperial German Treasury bly, hat In hand, apologetically, and of foreign combinations which are against the domestic producer, tho Bob Walker is a patriotic sort of entirely beyond the jurisdiction of Democratic politicians have deprived fellow. Ho says In case of invasion stated that tho estimates called for beg for small favors, we who our own the laws of the Unit- three million wage curners who wero of this country by a foreign army ho $3,125,000,000, four times greater nationals aside are trustees In Mexi- ed States. In tho ;iame of opposi- at work in 1912 of their Jobs. They and his boys will defend Muddy creek than anw ever presented and that a co for the whole civilized world. tion to the trust evil they have ex- havo. Inflicted upon minions of further credit would- - bo asked suffibridge. It is not only a derision. It Is a posed tho independent competitors that greatest of social injuscient to fmanco the war until au- disgrace. Louisvlllo Horald. of tho American trust to the free tices unemployment. Doctor's OUlce and Dwelling for Sale, tumn. competition of foreign, monopolies, And at this late day Secretary Red-fielWe have listed for sqlo two acres enjoying the advantage of cheap lar who ceuied Issuing his Just Waking Up. ltedflcld'N Ideu of Prosperity. good ground containing doctor's ofbulletins of approaching prosperSecretory Redfleld, of tho Depart- bor, and unhampered by American Secretary Redfleld, of the Depart dwelling, all necessary fice, anti-trulegislation! ity some months ago, discovers that off2 wells water, 1 cistern ment of Commerce, Is making a brave ment of Pbychology, says In an The truth is, of coures, that tho his party has given to the European effort to prove that the prosperity icial communication to the United and orchard. Splendid location for was wall developed, in Ger- trust an undue advantage In the Amphysician. None within a radius of which he has imposed by his own will States Senate, that legislation which trust evil on the United States is not merely , will curb foreign monopolies as com many and England before it was even erican market. It is a belated disEasy terms to right five miles. psychological. The latest report of, pletely as domestic trusts aro shackl- heard of in the United States. The coverybut better late than never. party. Call on, or address Muncle (Ind.) National the department showed a drop in the ed la necessary it the United States truth is that while these politicians & SON, Agts., HARNETT against the Ameri Hartford, Ky. value of goods Imported into this is to enter into the dye making bust- - have been bowline 34tt - $122,260,267 this year, in me snmo period export figures were $267,301,370, ns ngnlnst In January of last $201,066,603 year. The reason for these abnormal, and under certain circumstances unhealthy conditions, Is readily discernible. The war naturally reduces both the capacity of Europeans to send their products hero und their desire to do so If they wcro able. On tho other hand, being unable to turn out needed manufactured articles, principally war supplies, tho nations am buying heavily from the United States. Both conditions arc working to the dlBlocntlou nnd disarrangement of American trade, nnd whllo our merchants are both keen and adaptable themselves after the war to the changed conditions that will then Redfleld can assure himself, Mr. however, that after the pence our exports will dwindle enormously They have been artificially stimulated by the war, and when the cause disappears the result will nlso. A significant paragraph In Mr. Redfleld's report recites the fnct that the Imports of gold in Jnnunry totaled $C,S96,39S, while in the like period last year they wero $10,442,-373- . So It is obvious that while wc sent abroad, in round numbers, an Increase of $63,000,000 worth of goods this year, we received In payment $3,500,000 less In gold. Is the foreign Investor paying for Ills government's purchases here with American securities? Brooklyn Times. V COME LOOK AT OUR THINGS READY TO WEAR sk'ZZ I llltih V v CL tIm.! I jltr"rr i' HtfUTiTssi i "r. - WHV DOES OUR STORE HAVE BETTER BECAUSE GOODS AND BETTER STYLES AND SELL THEM FOR LESS THAN ANOTHER STORE? CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. I X er Bridging the distance 'twixt you and "anywhere." The with within or your or in your or you your There's in the the TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH y? ly Am-rlca- ns d, st J