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OHIO COUNTY UNEMPLOYED Jtetfrrrft fllepitbJictm DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 36 the Administration has recommended and the Congress nan authorized expenditures on a larger scale than ever heforo, and no step has been taken to meet the prospective deficit. "That Is not the way the finances of a government should be administered. There ought to be some-- proportion between income and outgo, and their relations ought not to and their accommodation left to chance. That seems to have been the only fiscal policy of this session. "The Executive has been more reckless and Improvident than Congress, and with less excuse. The prevalent opinion that Congress is mainly to blame Js incorrect. It Is the Executive which is primarily at fault. It ought to bo vastly easier for the President and Cabinet, a small executive body, exempt from the dangers of to survey the whole field, calculate the revnues, and cat the estimates to correspond. But they have been wholly recreant to that duty. With the evidence of falling revenues plainly before them, they have not hesitated to demand Increased expenditures nnd Instead of obeying the law and guiding Congress to obvious and Imperative economies, Congress has been obliged to restrain and prune their reckless-estimates- . g, HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1915. L BEACHEY MINERS CALL FOR ASSISTANCE LOSES HIS LIFE Fiscal Court Appropriates $300. to Aid Miners. Hartford People Start Relief Wa- gon to Destitute and Other People Will Aid. StateWashington, March 14. San Francisco, March 15 'Lincoln sections of Ohio county nro ments Issued today by Chairman Beachey's desire to outdo in an unpinch of hard times more reeling the Fitzgerald, of the House Appropriafamiliar monoplane, the feats of darthan ever before, but the coal mining tions Committee, and Representative pitiful condition. For ing done In his old biplane, aviation Is I" fcectlon Gillett, the ranking Republican meni-berexperts say, was responsible for his two years soino of our largo mines ngreo that the appropriations jAHie only been Riving from ono to death her.e yesterday, before many of the last session of Congress totalthousands, when he wns flying over two days work u week. With this The following subscriptions were ed ?1, 115, 121, 109; that contracts insmall wage, the man who has had to secured by Messrs. W. C. Blanken-Bhl- p the grounds of the Panama-Pacifi- c volving additional appropriations of always exposition and fell Into San Francispay Iioiiho rent, which Is and W. I'. Mldklff principally co bay and was drowned. The wings $37,400,000 were authorized and deducted, uml support it family first from Hartford people. Wednesday of the aeroplane had crumpled under that a treasury deficit Is probable. at the high prlco of everything which and a four horse wagon load of pro- Fitzgerald's statement Chairman goes Into the dally necessary conthe pressure of "hanking" after an to the Mines Com did not give the total of appropriahouse- fvisions was sent sumption of the most humble almost perpendicular glide of 2,000 once. Contions for the entire Sixty-thir- d hold, has not at least been nble to mittee at $10.00 feet. Blankenshlp . .' gress. Is W. C. Beachey Sunday was the first time nave up anything. Now, all work 10.00 E. O. Bin-asMr. Gillett placed the total at gonv and many families, including Olto C. Martin 2.50 had made a public flight In the new 10.00 monoplane, his previous flights here which he said, was women and little children are In ut- S. A. Bratcher 6.00 having been In a biplane over which Keown $113,000,000 greater than that of the i "As long as the Executive shows ter want. The situation is alarming. S. O. Cooper 2.00 Fred Congress, and $177, no appreciation of his responsibility: d The aviator It has not been overdrawn by any C. T. Leach LOO ho had perfect control. 000,000 more than the last Republi- in advising how to make the 'two on was extremely grave as he took his looped;the loop. one and wo fear worse conditions P. Mldklff y f. LOO seat In this machine and according Beachey was born In San Francisco can Congress appropriated. ends meet,' Congress with Its large are yet In store for the unemployed Wlnson Smith . . . .' L00 to his mechanicians he seemed to In 1887 and made his first flight in Fitzgerald estimated that membership and diversity of InterMr. in Ohio county. If work wns to be Ed Shown L00 I). W. Taylor had In other parts of the country, It. C. Tichenor -- . L00 have a premonition of trouble, but 1905 at Oakland, Cal., piloting a di- should the condition of the Treasury ests can hardly be expected to aswas determined to please the crowd rigible balloon. In 1906 he circled continue as at present until June 30, sume the entire responsibility and It would not bo so bad. These peoplo H. Thomas .50 of 50,000 people. To accomplish the capltol at Washington. He soar- the total deficit would be $133,000,-00- practice selfdenlal. F. Johnston could move elsewhcro and find work, LOO C. Itlley .. offset, however, by the income wise results there must be a sympaBeachey's aged mother, Mrs. Amy ed over New York City In July 1907. but this is Imposslblo for two reasLOO B. Riley .. col- His motor failed and the wind whirltax collections, which are estimated thetic recognition of mutual responons. Work cannot be found In oth-e- r 1.00 Beachey, who lives In this city, C. Her across the river at about $80,000,000. sibility. That has all been lacking places and they arc without funds Lewis Bozarth .50 lapsed when told of her son's death, ed the' dirigible .50 and is under the care of physicians. wrecking It. Mr. Gillett asserted in his state- in this Congress." with which to move. J. D. Duke . .25 Beachey made the statement several machine ment that the "Treasury' has not been His first heavler-than-aAs long as there Is a morsel of Jack Render . .50 Argues With Secretary Bryas, , county, we cannot afford A. fl. Acton . days, ago that If he should find him- a monoplane, was wrecked at St. so empty since theCleveland Adminfood In the L00 Jno. B. Wilson Washington, March 16, George 50 self nailing, he would head his ma- .Paul In 1910. He made a successful istration." to let theso unfortunates people suf- Ed Moore 1.00 chine out to sea, so as not to fall on flight in Los Angeles but then wreckChairman Fitzgerald declared the W. Knoblauch, of New York, busiThey nro our people. They C. M. Barnett fer. .25 the exposition crowd. He kept his ed another flyer. tariff was In no way responsible, and ness partner of the late John B. have heretofore contributed of their L. T. Blley .25 killed recently in Mexico that until the outbreak of the Euroenrich the land as much Henry Nail word, his fall into the bay being muscle to LOO J. W. Ford U. S. N'oiv Has Largest Ship. pean war, the new law had proved City, engaged Secretary Bryan as those in any other walk of life, 1.00 about fifty yards from shore. . .m Gillespie Bros. . Newport News, Va., March 1C. ?-.LOO Tiipsiluv the Ohio County Fiscal W. M. Fair an effective revenue producer. Mr. heated argument at the state departThe body was found by a sailor on ment today on the subject of. Demo- -' t'Ka .50 the' battleship Oregon, who made two The new dreadnought Pennsylvania Gillett did not agree with that Jas'. H. WiUtams2Twr fnnrt ' rnon X . 1.50. Ctwas uccesstuuy launched nere tins ( mi Fitzgerald said the effect of cratlc and Kepublican politics la ret-descents In a diving suit. JttdBO in extraordinary session to re- OU . . 1ms Mn-- l. nl.nt1 nfn in AilAnl and that as erence to the protection of foreign tho war was world-wid- e iuwu. ,Jamc3 Lyon8 .50' Miss Ethel Shoemaker, ueacney s mumms. ceivc poitiions irum wiu The largest engine of naval war- - it eoes on. reduction of customs im- - ers in Mexico. .25 finnnrpo. wns not told of his death aotons U. M. W. und to consider the u, Taylor " Knoblauch came here In the lntF- question In nil Its aspects, it was J. S. Glenn untll today. Sho hpHoved him to fare in the world slid down the ways norts and their revenues will con- -' 50 Hub while a prayer was uuereu mat sue tlnue. At some length he discussed est of the widow and children of have been only Injured. represented by the committee com- C. O. Clothing Co L00 Hunter messenger of peace rather the need of economy, McManus, for whom he seeks ode- -, v posed of W. A. Nave, Itobert Callo--wa- E. W. Ford Beachey was completing his second ml&xt be a L00 - quate indemnity. a wenPn of destruction. ..The flnancles of the Federal GovC00 flight of the day when the accident than E. M. Hardin nnd J. W. Blac- It. B. Mnrtln L00 Christened by Miss Elizabeth Kolb, ornment must be readjusted," said After an interview with Mr. Bryan In full view of thousands ken, of Williams Mines and Robert II. T. Collins 50 get, twen, J. W. Reynolds and J. D: Hebor Matthews spectators Having previously el- - r Oermantown, Pa., when Secretary he, "No more Important problem will he went to the White House toview-aeri.'. .fO of al Daniels gave a signal, the monster confront Congress when it reassem- - as he said, information on the Mines, II. D. Ross Walker representing Render , .5 ectrified the crowd with a series of uU Mld ,nt0 the James Rlver and bles." J. P. Stevens point from Secretary Tumulty In the that there wero more than CO heads C. E. Smith somersaulls. the airman matter. Tho latter referred hm to " ou svstem of .nn-- ht tn ,irt nn additional thrill bv he 8We11 tos8ed the German convert-- l of families at these two places alone w, II. n ev " , tIl nonn1neminent Secretary Bryan, saying the matter ,, .." .. ln Hin t i. oQnoMni nor- - ed cruiser Prlnz Eitel Friedrich less .. i.i.. without work and means with which ., .. Total amount . . .V? . . . . .?o?u- Ulc '.' . b. , .... ... .... .- - .... was beine handled at the state de- a hundred yards away. ,. This to support their families. , prevention oi uxiravuBumx- - anu u- . iifui. the above amount tue touow- penuicuiar urops wnicn usuaiiy ieu- - .than . ... ... IV III! Lo,nmander lmercl,ens ot u,e sea justifiable expenditures Is In the partment through the urazman mm 'boueht: Itured his flights. means nt least 300 people, including er at wexico ouy, raiuer, sai m tun unuorm wuu u.o Hougo of Repi.esentatlves. The Ex- -. 100 lbs. lard women und children. 14.00' The fatal fall was attributed to the flour Allr r"u"""B lo l" uenanuicui. After hearing the statements from 1G bu meal Y.Y.Y.'.Y.Y.'.'.'. 12."30 fuct that Beachey entrusted his life 'official party on the platform and ecutive Department of the Govern-- 1 K.ati'fnr Hm fir Hum In several years mingled with American naval officers ment may cooperate, but, as the sue- - Knoblauch said he had a "pleasant these committeemen and giving duo .. .,' 10.40 t0 a mooplae. An exceptionally throughout the ceremony. cess of an administration is frequent- - and agreeable talk." and was satlsconsideration to tho petition exhib- Ibag beans At exactly 1 0: 11 o clock the Ger- - ly believed to bo measured by tho "ed tliat tlle nresent case the 12.00 , tho the following G bags ' potatoes ited the Court entered wowd a1 been nttracteu 50 100 lbs. rice 5 ,d man naval officer joined 10,000 Am- expenditures to carry out predeterm! State department had done all If order: S.J5 Mir biuiiimo i 100 lbs. sugar erlcans cheering the American drend- - lneil policies, tho volume of expen- -' could thus far. This was after a--, breath-takinof Est,. Ed. Shown and "On motion 3.40 attempt the same cases oud 7 cans peas on her the seas, local paper had published an.ltiter-dnr- v vecond of Esq. It. C. Tichenor, tho stunts In tho new machine that he" "oulit Episcopal slide into Berry, of dlturo must necessarily be of secon-- 1 'view BishopSS5.40 with Knoblauch quoting him as lafter fn,..i i.n,..,t,t wero unanifollowing resolutions imnortanco. The- temntatlon Is biplane. -had performed In his It ' Pennsylvania, had read a prayer for evcr present to mollify some clas.i or saying ho was U1IUUIU IU il..l UUL ilUU Afr 'on the first flight all went well mously adopted and approved: poo- d department had done filed j Slate Mill. welfaro f tlle President and K were tQ aUacU another or ,0 nttrnct those what the state Whereas, Sixty- - or moro heads of familiar tricks army ,,and the aviator's ,)io -- . .,. "ad appealed to tho president Dawson Springs, Ky March 14. of le pie . of the United States, the ntMi.1,1 mioaitlon bv some'a"! tLHi t.. nP , members of tho United families, ...,.. j il. ,An Af lm ""&V ..,! '"a whlto miner, " lln .." !! urUIi AT j risxrrtn . uot wlthln Ul0 true functions Wine Workers of America, locatea I James Cunningham, This Beachey "u " ""u t. perpendicular drop. . ., .. l1.t !, ..-, jmiv; ,Hllt:r Slu"u ue5luo l" bf the Government and which lu- aged fifty was Kitieu u.8t ..Bv .., nrsl "ra. Ule ii4 i"uu BUllc" lu lno proved "R at Williams Mines and New Bender ,., ..... uuu . 'siinnsor. who successfully broke a ... . . . '.. . mine, four nntrrv because of his reference to -- Mines, in Ohio county, have by rea- fnlllng slate In Crabtree Volvos expenuitures niai too much of a strain tor tue trame ot ,,ottle o( wlne nB,nst the Pe8'lva- - to tho burdens of the people. Tne'the Democratic platform as pledging son of tho closing down of the mines miles north of this place. the monoplane. six leaves a nla's bow, were Gov. Brumbaugh and ,llrect representatUe of the people ' protection to lives and property of. at said points, and by reason of tho -- Cunningham lilj ,loith wife and sor- . The machine was at nn altitude of mimpd Rporo.nrv rim,- "j-."".. , 1 r many months i.ii.i... .....I Klntlmrl niwinr tlin Constitution Willi further fnct that for when Beachey i.. Ilsley. where j about 3.000 feet told Mr- - Bryan that It was lels and staff. A luncheon followed control of the public purse, if prop-- , said heads of families and their row in tho little town of at oft his power. For several hundred Old Point that ho Jlad sald ho C0UuId erly organized, can and must curtail "nt rfi llles dependent upon them, have he lived, avile has been employedwas feet It dropped head on for the earth nt In tho din Comfort. of shrieking whistles nor get any Information, as the number of years und expenditures. been and are now destitute nnd un- the mine conFederal and then the aviator grasped his stated, neighbors. from scores of vessels in the river, ns "To mako the work of the House laPer had able to supply themselves and their, very popular with his adjust thte plane tor iho Pennsylvania floated out Into the sum-Cunningham, with other miners, trol levers to wild families with provisions of Represntatlves really effective charL1fe. Heachcy.s .,,',?.. ,, a block of the graceful descent which had stream, tho hoarse siren of tho Eltol clent to sustain themselves nnd their was fixing a blast when there must be a radical change In Its his previous flights. ten-beleven feet and six Inches acterized Friedrich Joined her welcome. slate methods of handling appropriations. prank atu snt'l families, uml At that point the wings crumpled ftvlator feU 200 feet -Whereas, Said lieuds of families thick fell on him. He died three and tho aeroplane, turning over nnd Many times the present system haawUi h machlno at Unlverslty CIty Park WeMerfield. ho was taken from the as illogical and unand their said families are unable hours after In the presence of a number of been condemned ate ms aKepnoon and wa3 fatally. were not over in Its fall, plunged into San His companions by mine. to procuro any employment Fraucisco bay, narrowly missing a, friends Miss Ruby Dimple Park and scientific. Real reform is Impossible Injured, dying half an hour later tn means of which to earn a support hurt. vessel lying at tho government trans- Mr. Hondy Westerfleld, of Whites-vill- with eight committees of tho Houso a hospital. The funeral took place from the bills, while for themselves, and by reason nnd port docks. were united in marriage at the framing appropriation Stltes was, a "pal" of Lincoln on account of which, they havo been residence seven of the committees have legis- Beachey, and was greatly depressed Thousands of spectators rushed to home of the bride Sunday afternoon jurisdiction of the pintters for over Beachey's fatal fall at Sau compelled to appeal to tho Fiscal the nearby water front but with the nt 2 o'clock by Rev. Ell Wesley. lative Krrtloii Three Entertains. which they recommend appropria- Francisco. Court of Ohio county for assistance, Yesterday Stltes made if vou wish to meet all your old . exception of a few splintered frag The bride wore a costume of cream tions. Further consideration deepnow, thoreforo ho It a flight, exfrlonds, some you have not seen for ments of tho aeroplane floating on whlto mohair nndtho groom a mix- ens my conviction that one commlt-te- o nn unsuccessful attempt at Resolved, That Bald Court, In and afterward remarked to a friend homecoming at the the surface of the bay no sign of tho ed gray. traordinary session sitting, appeal to years, nttend the should bo given control of all ap- ho had lost his nerve. The bridgo Is the beautiful daughFriday evening wrecked machine could bo seen. propriations, and that no legislation the peoplo living adjacent to snld Methodist church. put out Immediately ter of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Park and When making the flight today Launches mines as well as all other who will, March 19. . hope you will not fall equipped with grappling hooks and n the groom is tho youngest son of should ho contained ""In the appropria- Stltes apparently lost controt of his The ladles tion bills," to contrlbuto food and any artlclp of machine and, being so close to the every j boat's crew from the.battlesh p O e Mr. Frank .Westerfleld. w hout to examine tip eSuitlts from Mr. Gillett assailed tho Democrat BOUd wa8 unnWo t0 regain con- .rovlson which they ca young couple left Immediatewas anchored in tin The 6ur State. They will be gen. which them- - ' section to leaders for what ho characterized,, of R nnd dagUed tQ hconve materia oartn stream a short distance away, joined ly for their homo near'Whltesvllle. lo f sunnle - Instructive nnd entertaining... , ,u.r '.. L'IVU9, l"l " rn In an attempt to recover tno uouy They have the best wishes of their " extravagance. Stltes sustained a broken legend v day ( Tite muies v., Pr..w .. . "Tho appropriations pf this session internal Injuries, whlc caused his mentliiB an appropriation this machine un- many friends. ou..B3 nu .- .- . that wns strapped to tho disregarded tho havo shamefully lade by the Fiscul Court, to relievo gram oi -death' shortly ufterward. Re- - der 40 feet of water. ' tugs. Admission fifteen cents. principles of sound business and true . ricner Gardner. the suffering and distress of said The body whb reeovpred shortly cents. freshments ten TOWN taxes; destitute fumllles.r The Rev. nnd Mrs. A. B. Gardner economy. With revenues, falling and . after 5 o'clock. Thereupon tho Judgo appointed announce the engagement of their i precarious, with business und com Hillary Beachoy a brother of tho Curload of .i,.n.ti. Mlea An f!,inli)r n rr. ' merrliil conditions furlOUS aim UU- -i- IOmii per .cent penalty goes on.'' all tho following committee to have. taxes April Ut, I will have a carlpad of Fertilizer ; aviator, witnessed tho tragedy He and .,. r u.wtnnvUiA. if v hi pad v. with a steady monthly deflcall charge of this and .. funds V AT. !..-M. O. T.. O'HAXNON',, lu about March "loth, . If taken was stanuing on uie uec oi mo umDnnlan . li no assured prospects of Its re- iet Buppiiw. i M1. b .)er hun - ,ted States transport Crook." watcj.ilng Tho wedding . will occur at their it and 95 Imx (.ollector, .. V v.. ami with a rni.l fund reduced to n i.. t ho Iteard'. crackoV the flight. S. I, KING. City of Hartford., dred pounds. ZVon m need of Ubor - 2 p. ra. , a point that has genorally been deom - JGH tut breaking of a March 30th atling sound Hartford. Ivy. v"o may desire to contribute to this . 33t4 b, y. s Sixty-secon0, tr relief fund should communicate with at Mcllenry or Ihebt gentlemen Hemler. A subBtnntlal fund Is being raised In Hartford by citizens to aid In the good" work. This paper, through Its editor, the Court that Us columns wore open, free of chnrge, to help In the organized relief work. Any of our readers who wish to send to this office funds, or com, Hour, potatoes, In fact anything to eat, may get it to the committee promptly In that way. It Is a worthy cause and those who are not In condition to hear the wolf at the door "with helpless little ones within should respond llber-ullno-till- Falls 3,000 Feet Into San Francisco Bay. Was Making Daring Exhibition Before He cried out ns the mouoplano began to plunge towurd the liny. It fell only n few feel away from the trinsport. That Beachey wns still alive when d ho struck the water nnd had t no major injury ns a of the full, except a broken leg, was. the opinion expressed by Dr. David E. Stufford, autopsy surgeon who examined the body at the morgue last ship's mast. SAYS WILSON ed unsafe, ISTO BLAME tus-tnlnc- Coffers Not So Empty Since Cleveland's Time. Gillett Assails Chief Executive as night. Tho, face, said Dr. Stafford, wns tnkeiWo indicate that he made desperate efforts to release himself from the mesh of twisted wires and rods In which he was entangled. When the machine fell Beachey was protected by the engine, pro- poller and hood of the monoplane which struck the water first. It was pointed nut that If beachey could have disengaged himself he probably would have managed to keep afloat long enough to be rescued. Lincoln Beachey was regarded ns the most skillful and daring of American aviators. He earned this reputation long before the French flyers, headed by Pegoud, began to glide through the air upside down. Beachey was In retirement when these feats were .heralded and was drawn back Into the game by his desire to exceed the remarkable flying of the Frenchmen. With an aeroplane of small wing surface, he flew upside down, made spirals' with head downward and 50,000 Exposition Visitors. Primarily at Fault for Shortage In Treasury. . j. ins . mftmt's.-caH--ofthe-Count- ' iu i "i n".. y, .... ,,,. , I ...'"" . nl , I i .... - --r- ni I .. '' --- pu ... ,,.. - - . -- biuj .."'""" p.vivnin. -"- .- e, to-da- y. , -- -- L L ,., wmuj ; iLn. -- 'io r d - i;.-Mf- uf k ir .complained, "It takes a feller's se- ASKS IF THEY ARE crets right away from him." THE I Then he told of the Sunday after TICKLED TO DEATH noon near tragedy. ABLE MEDICOS "But don't tell dad." he begged. "Ho'il lick Al; and I don't want the ikld to get In trouble. He didn't Do Those Who Killed the ProtectI mean to hurt me, and, anyhow, I'm MMt T :tme otirl Plavc With all right now." ive Tariff Like What They 0.111 uvy A)I Tuc8dn. night Steve slept (Wood Fiber Plaster) Wednesday he had fever quietly. Got in Place of It. Bullet In Brain. jand Wednesday night his life was deplasterspaired of. ilut Thursday afternoon fc "' 'he rallied ngaln and from then on applied. C Are you tickled to death over the Nothing Like Wisconsin "ase Improved steadily. importation of foreign-mad- e enormous Em.lin. F.Irb.nl, M.morl.l Library, Trr H.uL, lad. A week after the shooting he sat PUitirod with Grand fUpldt Plutcr Co.'t FUtttn goods such as you used to uork Known To Medical up In bed. The next day the ban- on? dages were taken from his head and Profession. Are you tickled over the "reducOrdinary plaster made of lime and sand is a constant source of expense for repairs. he was .allowed to wnlk nround the tion of the high cost of living" that Every time a nail is driven a large, ugly hole is left through which the sand trickles, increaswnrd. Then Dr. Palt announced that the Professor promised you? as Tar as he could see Steve was a ing in size with every vibration. There also is imminent danger of the plaster falling beKoiosha. Wis . March 14. Steph- Are you tickled nt seeing what is going to well boy again, cause of accidental flooding caused by leaky roof or broken watcrpipes. en Stec of Kenosha. Wis., should be the American canal mid i The story got around of how the be the protege of medical science. by was the American murket controlled If you would practice true economy have your walls and ceilings plastered with Climax That he Is alive Is the remarkable "boy with a bullet In his brain" London? to & up"cr' aml hundreds of Wood Mortar. part of this story and that the medl- - R'B Have you woko up to the fact that hospital every cal world Is baffled, and yet vitally letters poured In to the ! Toys and candy and Just well-- , the Importers' Trust know what the interested, a purely predicated clr- Free-Trad- e Tariff was to be before ' ..- ........ v. .. ti. Movn i.rnfiiora nt wishes came with every mail. Steve't i;uuiM.iuii:i;. ihv 3 ftX-VS- X was passed; that the Importers'' took them all thankfully, but de-'i.i,A.iaii n,..i n ,!,,TPn nfiipr nntloii- Trust was in our hnrbors with the ally famous doctors have written to mantled roller skates and a baseball - goods the minute it became law? AHUV,rtili1 be alKenosha for detailed histories of the bat. And he insisted that he Not only, were many politicians and go home by Saturday, the boVs case, and the entire medical lowed to Then your walls will be permanent they will never need repairs. Your house will be ..... ,i .i i.,. 13th. to "practice with the other many office seekers upon the sialT , grade school baseball of the Importers' Trust, but also warmer in winter and cooler in summer. You can decorate without fear of the decorations ikld8 for "', magazines and some, ncus- IX team. being damaged by pops, cracks or crumbles. carries imbedded in v'rv center of his brain tissue a "The case is remarkable," said Dr. Papers kept up a constant dripping the foreign-mad- e The base of Climax Wood Mortar is Pure Gypsum Rock (absolutely fireproof) mixed with points, or "arlnc uo D a" precedent and of their lead slue that once was n pistol bul- - lal1- guments und here you are. finely fibered, tough wood and such other ingredients as arc necessary to make it plastic, easy But let. It will stay there the rest of his mndical law, should be dead ou bite. Did alive, very much alive.) spreading and a reliable wall plaster. It is the result of more than fifty years experience in life. It doesn't nrfect him, and no Instead he is America. manufacturing wall plasters and we especially recommend it for ceilings, arches and domes ...,o "Viint puor imrp knnwn it if the and apparently as normal as before i In those newspapers, i.i vivi 1...1V ". J -Ulli ' the bullet lodged in his brain. At Protectionists could never do any- Climax wood mortar is very adhesive and its boy himself had had his way. where the plaster must be . . ,carcu. . Uliu w"en "e Btu out nung ngni. l The accident which made the phe- permanency may be relied upon. It resists fire, is very strong, light in weight, and the cost ,,, ,o,i r,i e or Dec! tne pressure oi me leaa imgiu wnatever Protection measures i,., no me JIUJl pUSOlUlC UUVUIii-" mm.. is about the same as for ordinary lime and sand plaster. If you want the best insist upon organs found there ,,., Pf,prnn , February 28 Steve. affect hlm- - So l allowed him to be they passed the ...., . Climax Wood Mortar. waruo- - as BUI1 "' iii something ,Kl that was wrong, llle "ls who is 10, and his brother Albert.6, Nothing happened experiment. Did you bite? Sold by Stec home. were left alone in the Did these magazines and news"I allowed him more liberty, but Ttie night before the boys had been carefully. Noth- papers lead you to bite yourself? to the movies. They watched with still watched him ing happened. This year and next year are to witecstatic awe as the cowboys killed FORDSVILLE, KY. "The boy, apparently, is cured, and ness the most terrific political contest the bandits and the Indians Tbrse Urge Mills t Grand there will be no evil effects. In time ever fought out In this country. It When they found themselves alone Ripidt nd Grtndvillc, Mich. " " ! big pistol that there may be some developments will end with American control of y..l'"l j. . the next afternoon the Papa Stec kept in his bureau and irom me uuiiet. it may weign aown the American canal, not foreign, as ...MaV. il.Av l.n.t Iiqaii Tcnflfnrl npi'flr OU the brain and lessen the boy's now. ..w. ..W..H.V WJIIIJJ lliVJ I,llW U. It will end with protection for evtn tM,ti nrnvml Inn irrpnt n temnta- - mentality lu some way. I believed , twu-..,....-- . ,...- at first that the penetration of the ery American citizen the boys. tlon for the In world around, not insult, contempt Steve got the weapon, but It was brain cells would show Its effect boy. The differ- and murder, as now. Al who wanted to be the cowboy. some action of the ent areas of the brain are localized It will restore the American mark- Steve-l- et BBBBBBBBBBr''''' him have it and obediently ' "Mimf in slppn" liofnre nn imacinarv to control the action of the different ict to you. organs. But there has i,p .w.w.w. i ,o.o LI, American Tariff laws will no long- UW11)'1J C l. ,i, 6l(., iIt, mw mi. nt limbs and "bandit," while the younger been no effect this far. er be foreign made. like the goods the oi national repuwion nQW used hcre for the maklng of I brother crept upon him. ' u rw jpTiM1 . HBBMBaBMBBs. kM,mJf ' iaVi Tr V put the muzzle of the weap- - ve written me for a detailed history , whJch vou do nJt get a ccnt n wagcs bbbbbbb1 Albert prom- - L on against Steve's head and pulled ot the case and several have tfae mMns Qf whch abroad ev. the bojrI,h,m"e f' iery taxpayer is now paying a special WLcS9V3BaHSjBHjBHBBBHBmJBBWBVBBBBVBBBBBMlBBklBWl I fJlBMJ the trigger. By all the laws of na- - fd t0 co",e t0 Precedent exists in i..wap tax ,. ture Steve, writhing on the floor with I have been able to blood spouting from the back of his tow so far as - a,s""er; head, should have merely been an'mission to its -oaces of even one of ,. i nave no expiuuaiiuii i" oiitr iur other paragraph In the century-ol- d foreign-mad- e points, or Steve being alive. It would be tragedy of a child and ungarded for me to claim credit for suments. The five hundred miles inland from the gon, a distance of five hundred miles. most scenic river route in the world, In 1915"16' as in 1S&5-9'stece so. I his But Steve, almost before the re- -' n,,rt beingpvpntimiiv .half watch rpnort n nomnipt,, Only will agin see enormous Uepub- - Pacific ocean. The towns which will This voyage will enable tho partici- tho Columbia, Wni tho "river of the port nieu away, was on u leei. "hronolocv to the Amerlcan Medical 1Ican majorities everywhere for Pro participate In the beries ot celebra- pants to view the wonders of the West." "Gimme that gun," he grumbled American market; tectlon for the Association, Idaho; Pasco tions are Lewiston. at the "kid brother." Steve himself is, boylike, a little and for protection for American lives and Kennewick, Washington; Wallu-l- a "Look at that carpet, you'll ketch property whether at home or proud of the fact that he can attract and (including Walla Walla), Washit," was his next observation abroad. ington; Umatilla (including Pendlepistol back 80 much attention, but he strenuously Hurriedly he put the Every one of the evils will go Maryhlll (Including ton, Oregon; in the bureau drawer, rememberng t Free-Trad- e and the "V'see he's just a kid." exoostu down the minute to put a fresh cartridge in the chamget their Goldendale), Washington; The Dalbehind Free-Trad- e lates Steve when any one suggests men les (including Big Eddy), Oregon; ber in place of the exploded one. body blow. Vancouver, Washington; Portland, rummaging expedl-tln- n that Al was reckless, or in any way Then he led n The Telegram is the only daily Oregon; Kalama, Washington; Ason the famllv linen closet. Tow to blame. "I couldn't get him a newspaper coming into Worcester, on a kid broth toria, Oregon. els were found to bind around his spankin'. Never tell or printed in Worcester in the Enger, vou can tignt witn mni it you in this scries of celehead to stop the flow or blood, and s, the lish language that rag soon want to, but you're a nut of a big Importers' Trust, never got and nev- brations the seven Northwestern Paa waih basin and scrub stains In the brother If you tell on him, or let any er will get as much as one word of cific states (Oregon, Washington, cleaned up the tell-tal- e one else fight with him. living room. Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Utah and "It don't make no difference how comfort from. They have never been Nevada territory of each state menWhen their father and mother many fights he able to reach It whatever their pacame home Steve and Al sat looking much trouble or how tronage or whatever their profits tioned being embraced In the Columgets Into, stick by a kid brother. bia watershed) will unite with offiat the pictures of a Sunday comic When you have found no remedy for the horrors that "I told my dad when he came to from selling their foreign-mad- e Steve's head was washcial representatives ot tho United supplement. goods. see me here that It he spanked Al oppress you during change of life, when through the long ed clean of blood and his thick black The whole outfit will be exposed States government, delegates from away as mo for hours of the day it seems as though your back would break, hair "slicked" into place to cover the as I shootin' and I'd run spank soon and then murdered by an uprising of Province of British Columbia, cities got up, him. he didn't vthen your head aches constantly, you are nervous, deand towns of the Pacific Northwest wound. My mother keeps kissing me when the people which in some States will Monday morning Steve wouldn't and many visitors from ull over the pressed and suffer from those dreadful bearing down pains, rise above a million majority. Beautifully get up to go to school and In the she comes here and cries. I like the don't forget that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound The Telegram has been against nation. all right, but there ain't noth-i- n' afternoon Dr. John N. Palt was call- klssln' cry Free-Trad- e in every issue It ever invitations are being sent out by a is the safest and surest remedy, and has carried hundreds to about. genral committee composed of memed. He examined the boy's tongue of women safely through this critical period. "And Just maybo the other fel- printed, and it Is still in favor of the bers from all the towns mentioned, pulse and took his temperaand his get out best Protective Tariff that can be got, to Read what these three women say: Federal officers, members of Conture. Everything appeared normal. lows won't be Jealous when I me belli' the only kid In the whole and as ever. It will then know enough gress, governors of states, officers Casually The doctor was puzzled. to be satisfied with It. United States with a bullet in his lie placed his hand on the little felFrom Mrs. Hornung, Buffalo, N. Y. If you bit if you were led to bite of the army and navy, leading combrain. Maybe that won't make 'em Steve winced. low's forehead. yourself, you know what to do with mercial organizations and many inBuffalo, N. Y. " I am writing to let you know how much your dizzy, huh?" Tho doctor asked him what hurt medicine has dono for me. I failed terribly during tho last winter the organs of the Importers' Trust dividuals Inviting their participation. The president of the United States him, but the boy would not tell. Dr. and summer and every one remarked, about my appearance. I sufthat misled you. Worcester (Mass) Itest Treatment for Constipation. has signified his purpose, It possible, Palt, however, wns curious and made fered from a female trouble- and always had pains in inyback.no Telegram. "My daughter used Chamberlain's appetite and at times was very weak. Tho matted to arrange his Pacific coast itinerary a minute examination. so as to permit of his taking part in blood on the back of his head show- Tablets for constipation with good "v w2? ,vJsi,U,nff a,fc ft,rfl ie,uVl5 houso ono day end sho thought I needed Hecoinincnd.s Chamberlain'-- . Cough Lydia E. Pmkham s Vegetable Compound. 1 took it and havo gained the celebrations, and already largo ed. The wound was cleaned up aud results and I can recommend them Itemed. eight pounds, hayo a good appetite and am feeling better every day. numbers ot acceptances have been rethe bullet hole showed. Steve cried highly," writes Paul B. Babln. of "I take pleasure in recommending ceived from United States Senators, wb.juuu, aoniiiK iiiy wuuv, x um iiomg nnu i recommend Lydia K. Al wept copiously, but nothing Brushly, La. For sale by all deal and my rinkham'a Vegetable Compound. You may publish this letter if you m Chamberlain's Cough Itemed' to Congressmen, Governors and other 'could be pried out of either as to how ers, WlSll ntld I llOnO Others WHO linvn fhn n.1tnn ennmlnlnf ivlll can H n,l customers because I have confidence leading i The heads of tho officials. the wound was made. get health from your medicino as I did." Mrs. A. HoiiNirao, 01 In it. I find that they are pleased Careful Xuite. large railway corporations serving Dr. Palt told tho boy to get up. btanton St, Buffalo, N. Y. with It and call for it when again Two nursemaids were wheeling Steve did and walked to tho doctor's the Pacific northwest arc being inin need ot such a medicine," writes Made Me Well and Strong. He sat up all the way their Infant charges in the park when vited to take part in the festivities, automobile. Maoedon, N.Y. "I was all run down and very thin in flesh, nor-you-s, J. W. Sexson, Montevallo, Mo. For it being In the minds of the promotHe even one asked the other: to the Kenosha Hospital. no appetite, could not sleep and waa weak, and felt badly all m sale by all dealers. ers of the celebrations to foster so walked Into the wurd. But there "Are you going to tho dance totho time. Ihp doctors said I had ioor blood and what I had was Ills strength failed and ho collapsed. morrow afternoon?" far as possible the spirit of turning to water. I took different medicines which did not liolp mo, photograph was taken between the water and rail sys"I am afraid not." An but Lydia h. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made mo well and strong, and I am recommending it to my friends." Mrs. Fbkd tems for the constructive developI and the bullet located. The wound "What!" exclaimed the other. Ciuck, It, No. 2, Macedon, N.Y. ment of the Columbia river basin was in the back of the head on a "And you so fond of dancing!" For Infants and Children, a territory ot over 250,000 square level with the top of the ears and "I'd love to go," explained tho conThe Change of Life. about an inch closer to the right than scientious maid, "but, to tell you the T!i9 Kind You Havi Always Bought miles in area of untold resources and Beltsvillb. MD.-- 13y tho uso of Lydia K Pinkham's Vogotablo capable, when developed, of supportto the left ear. Tho bullet had rang- truth, I am afraid to leave the baby Compound I hayo successfully passed through a most trying timo, Bears the ing probably the densest population ed upward and inward, lodging lu with its mother." Harper's. tuo Lliamro of a i.mnVnnoc n..,i i,,i In. r,tntr t I Riillnivxi Signature bed three duys at a time. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegotablo Compound of any section ot similar size in the the vry center of the brain, midway restored mo to perfect health, and I am praising it for tho bonoflt of inchUnited States. For the .Stomach and Llier. between the ears unci about 2 a3 J di(L'Mw' v' s- - HffVAti, Kouto No. 1, I. N. Stuart, West Webster, N. Y., At each point where celebrations es directly down from that section of To ()Kn Great Highway. BeitsvpMd the cranium known in babies as the writes: "I have used Chamberlain's i Portland, Oregon, MarchlC. El- - are to be held elaborate "preparations Tablets for disorders of the stomach j even cities of the Columbia river are being made for the reception and For 30 Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable ".soft spot " ConiDound has tim u...i....7 r. To probe forUhe bullet would have and liver off and on for the past basin will hold distinctive celebra-fiv- e entertainment of visitors, and specmale Ilia. No ono alck with womau'rt aflmentS years, and It affords me pleasure tlons during tho week of May 3.3, tacular features are being arranged killed the boy. So Dr. Palt cleansed n auuuoes not trvthls fa- the. wound and put Steve In bed. to state that I have found them to! 1915, in honor ot the formal open-b- o for the diversion of all. A promi--"" nent number on the general program Just as represented. They are , lng to commerce of The Dalles-CellSteve came out from under the anuj ouueriug wOUieutO UCHltll. aesthetic und saw tho pictures from mild In their action and tho results canal ot the Columbia river, Oregon, will be a flotilla of steamboats which have been satisfactory. I value them , thus removing the last barrier to freo will make tho Jounipy by river fr6m the ui iett such a machine," he highly." For sale by all dealers, m navigation In a ktretch of the river Lewlstown, Idaho, to Astoria, Ore "Doggone fcy a womaa PUZZLES kuw j Climax Wood Mortar The Modern Wall Plaster A practical, fireprdbf ing material. Easily LL.PawflMnHRIanaH i.iiii'.'.'w""' '''" bbbbbbbbbb i , Q VWK. ' !.... """"" ""' , ' , ' .- ... .... , j ... self-supporti- FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO. ' ., . law-abidi- SRfllbKBPVtBBHiBBBVBW'-iBB7ri ""ors nl 1iHkWJHlHr- - fire-arms,- .,. pre-'the- se "". "" '" CZ yfoeaaaae Free-Trader- Those of Middle Age Especially. hand-engrav- i r X-r- CASTOR A f&?iSi o xi-- lnn ..j,vtuiiuiBDii X-ra- y. 7tiRKffim&nm& .im roA.i.f "."l? und held lu otrlct coaUaouce. STRANGE ARMY IN BRAZIL De- Routed Roosevelt and voured His Shirts. The Allen 34 When yoij pay 895 for an Allen 34 you get S895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. Terrors of Jungle Have an Invin Price, $895 Study these facts The Allen 34 lias an Allen 37 horsepower cible Super-Militar- y Organization. Of all tlio things Col. Roosevelt, saw and encountered on his last trip Weston -- Mott to South America, tho Itlver of Doubt floating axle, tnoliair top was not the most extraordinary; nor and leather upholitery. Wc build integrity into every Allen For catalogue and information. Box A. were tlio snakes, centipedes, scorWarner transmission and automobile. Our organization is steering pear, pions mul Jaguars all that troubled d strong and permanent. We are in drive, expand Iilin, says the New York World. Of the automobile business to stay. inc brakes, all the pests of that grewsome Brazvjhcelbaie, demountable Ve Our purpose U to make every Allen ilian Jungle, tlio fierce "Soldado" was rims, aluminum crank Homo Kornts of Itliciiiiiatlsm Curable. car do its part in upholding our rase and aluminum trans the worst. And the "soldado" Is not, mission cue, full equip reputation for giving the greatest Rheumatism is a disease characas its name might Imply, n bcwhls-kere- d electric lights mint possible value for the price wc get. grenadier, nor n mustached terized by pains in the Joints nnd In end electric starter. The most common hussar, nor u hclmcted dragoon, but tho muscles. The weight of the cur Is If you have been waiting until you SJW It . which, with the forms are: Acuto and Chronic Rheucould buy a strong, swift, safe, an ant! of the motor. Insut es Ifwtr n economy of operation. handsome car without paying a dolAn ant that travels In soldierly matism, Rheumatic Headaches, SciaWc build fTa olh.r lar more than its actual worth, the phalanxes and columns; that throws tic Rheumatism and Lumbago. All modtli, thrift roadsters WW- X. Allen 34, and two touring cars, touring carat out scouts mid flankers; that has a of these types can be helped abso renting In prlea from 895, is the complete answer to am in commissary department; that Is of- lutely by applying some good liniS875tIJ9S. your requirements. ficered llko a rcgula'r army; then ment that penetrates. An applicawheels and changes front with mili- tion of Sloan's Liniment two or three In style, finish, fwer, eencmj tferathn, equipment, serviceable times a day to the affected part will tary precision; that Is an qualities and price, Alltn cars xaUtht lead iA VVriLLJ 41 ? cannibal, and fights with the ferocity givo Instant relief. Sloan's Liniment Is good for pain, 'and especially Rheu of a Factory RcprcientotiYcs lor Southern Ohio, adjacent Wet VirThese, with another specimen matic I'aln, because It penetrates to ginia Territory, Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky. known ns the ant, In- tho'seat of the trouble, soothes the Dealers t Write or wir for agency proposition vaded the Colonel's tent, and, after afflicted part and draws the pain FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN destroying everything that they could "Sloan's Liniment Is all medicine." All Pictures of Kentucky's Governors not carry away, reformed Into a sol- Get a 25c bottle now. Keep It handy From the foundation of the State to the presses 3 time Tha only complsta celUctioa ia axliteoca id square and moved out with dig- In case of emergency. o Pictures of all President a of the United States, from Wash! nity and eclat, with the white remfffffVfffTVVtfTfVTTVV ington to Wilson. Flags of all Nations In colors. The very al One or the Other. nants of the Colonel's underwear latest Kentucky Map showing Countlei.towns.rallroadii.Con-sressionJ districts, etc. Latest Kentucky Census. HUland "Well, I'll tell you how it Is with waving in the breeze by way of tro1 completemapoftheUnitcdStatcs. world. IntheHlstorical Kentucky sketch is given the political mo today, Lester," said the Old Cod phy banners! statistics from the foundation of the State to the present ttae. r?3 All State Officials. Executive Department. .... It Inc'uieis-A- U The genus of soldier ant is known ger in reply to tho inquiry of a symy Departments or tne state uovernmem wiiu we "I am either enas the eclton. They are subdivided pathetic friend. their salaries. Various ! Department and the clerlcallorcewith jvemuciiy uonrasana courts wun meir na " ""... -- . Into many species; but all are pi- tirely out of danger or there Is ab salaries. Political Committees nnd Organizations of tha Kentucky Chief Uate. Kentucky United States Senators. rates, all murderous, and all terrible solutely no hope for me the doctor mstlees. Sneakers of the Kentucky House. Congressional! Kallroad Commission rs. Senatorial lJistricts. to insect and human alike. The eci-t- permits me to eat whatever I blame .Districts. hen made and from what Counties. Counties of Kentucky, vastator and the eclton erratica please and as much as I want of it. All of tha Vitsl Statistics of Kentucky. Puck. are both as blind as the night, the This unique and valuable Atlas is free ae former having sockets, but no eyes, o all Evening Post subscribers. If not To the Housewife. and the latter having not a vestige now a subscriber, send $3.00 for a lull -- year's subscription, Madam, it your husband is like or $2.00 for a sue of either. Yel both are as terrible roontns subscription oy man. as those that can sec. most men he expects you to look after Flaasa tmdsrstaod. ties rates are by mail The eclton praedator, a small, dark the health of yourself and children. Only, anil Dot thxeath carrier er asjeat. ant, slightly reddish underneath, and Coughs and colds are the most com OUR SPECIAL COHBINATIOH OFFER: varying in length from a fifth to a mon of the minor ailments and are $3.00 Dailr Evening Pest, one year third of an inch move out from the most likely to lead to serious dis,l5 Keatacky Ceramet's WsU Chart hallow places under rocks, or in the eases. A child is much more likely Hartford Republican, 1 yr roots of trees where they live, at cer to contract diptherla or scarlet fever - $3.60' ALL, THREE FOR tain intervals for one of their forays. when it has a cold. If you will inWhen every ant is out they form into quire luto the merits of the various a solid phalanx comprising countless remedies that are recommended for thousands of ants, and covering three coughs and colds, you will find tlyit or four square yards. When they Chamberlain's Cough Remedy stands have been closely marshaled, and not high In the estimation of people who a vestige of earth asDears between use it. It is prompt and effectual, their squirming bodies, a cloud of pleasant and safe to take, which are flankers is thrown out on either side qualities especially to be desired when a medicine is intended for chil- and a body of scouts In front. When alt Is ready, there is a fren- - urn- - For sale by all dealers. m zled wiggling of antennae by the ofIlliteracy Census. If you are not familiar with Lippln-cott- 's ficers in front, and a wiggling of! Tho school trustees of Kentucky you are doing yourself and those in the roar, and another wig gling by those on each side; and w"1 uo siven an opportunity to play the publishers an Injustice. then, as at a concerted signal, the an important part in the illiteracy ONE STAR whole body, phalanx, flankers and campaign. They are being asked by AS GOOD AS BOTTLED IN skirmishers moves off over the dry t,le County Superintendents, the 1JOND Delivered anywhere in Stnte Superintendents and tho Ken- leaves and twigs. the Middle West or East or s) Thelr advance sounds like a heavy tucky Illiteracy Commission toMake any place in Kentucky for only pattering of rain. Attracted by this a census in April, at the time when . . sound the birds from tho nearby trees tl,p' aro taking a census of the pupil hover over them, wheeling and dip- - children, of all who cannot read, or Either in Four Eull Quarts "The. Standard Fiction Magazine or Gallon Glnss Jugs. ping and Balling, nnd durtlng froin,wrI,c' Their names will be reported of America" Old Quality Is as pure and tree to tree as tho marauders move t0 11,e Kentucky Illiteracy Commls- swlftly forward. Why the birds aro s,on' at Frankfort. This is a move mellow a8 Whisky carj he NOW IN ITS 4Gth YEAR so Interested in the ants you shall '" ,l10 r,B,lt direction. No doubt, I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording made. Distilled from the finest tho trustees will count It a high prlv- see presently. selected grain, assuring that Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, 25 Cents a Copy $3.00 a Vear wonderful aroma found only In Wnmed by tho Hutterluc nf thn "ego to serve the State In this way. Hartford, Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes w111 require good Whisky that is pure (The first magazine to originate the the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. 1 wings of the birds, and the rustling ' II ana w" very little extra exer- -' especially suitable for family ,le'P l0 show Ken idea of publishing a complete all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to 2 of the leaves as tho ants advance. tlon These are tucky'a real standing. or medicinal purposes. Also, will ? moths, lizards, scorpions centipedes, enablo tho Kentucky IlliteracyitComnovel In each number.) from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, hear Get our complete price list. turtles, lmtternies, ants of other genuses, rush hither and thither, nnd mission to know where Illiteracy is Special prices made in quanA YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION to and fro and up and downlu the most prevalent, and it may be sendtities. life-lin- o ing out the to many a deBRINGS YOU extremity of their terror. & Co. P. R. Suddenly tho scouts of the ecltons prived man or woman. School au12 Great Complete Novels. 75 Short Mull Order Department. Suddenly the scouts of tho ecltons thorities are lending hearty CO Timely Articles. CO Stories. Oweusboro, Ky. and the public will await the strike them. And then what a rend Striking Poems. 200 Pages of P. R. Lancaster & Co., with interest. Above all ing and tearing! With their cruel, results Owensboro, Ky. ne oerfec or agent in hooked jaws tho ants fall to. Butter-il- l things, this census should be accu--aft. your dty and vicinity to Gentlemen: Enclosed find es are torn to pieces, grasshoppers rate. There Is nothing to bo gained , for which send me, exI sell Evinrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe Llpplncott's la enjoying a big rehave their rear legs snapped off, liz- by either concealing or overestimatpress prepaid, qts.; Motors, which are advertised in all reputable vival of popularity. Thousands 'of ards aro made mincemeat, and those ing tho illiteracy of a county. gals. Old Quality 1 Star. magazines of the world. This advertising new readers have been addddtoeita Vf insects that have sense enough left to ign reaches thousands who have use Name subscription list during White Man With llluck Liver. the put crawl out to the ends of Express Office tor portable and detachable rowboat few months, and its circulation is Tho Liver is a blood purifier. It twigs where the ants cannot follow motors, but who would hava no uh for launch on Post office increasing rapidly. was thought at ono time it was the hang there in palpitating horror. account of lack of time ana no tummer Borne, watte Cut Out and Mall Now. promptly for particulars as to bow representatives are And lo! suddenly tho advance seat of the passions. The trouble with with and protected. Begin operations at guard has passed. But no sooner do most people Is that their Liver be once so as to abtain toe uu oenenr, oi uc season. HOW TO REDUCE THE tho insects that were hanging to the comes black because of impurities In MOTOR EVINRUDE MILWAUKEE,COMPANY tho blood duo to bad physical states, twigs fall to tlio ground In exhausCOST OF GOOD READING WISCONSIN 292 Walker Sueet, OVER 6S YCARS tion than tho main body is upon causing Biliousness, Headache, DizDr. King's them and thoso insects that havo the ziness and Constipation. Send WBsnasssssssfcEX PEniENCE for power and tho sense to fly immediate- New Life 1'IIls will clean up tho Llpplncott's "Little Book of Big ly do so. Hut they do not get far. Liver, and givo you new life. 25c. 3 No sooner aro they off the ground at your Druggist. Bargains" than the birds havo them.. It is a New Edition Just Published for the choice between Scylla and Charyb-dl- s. AUinliilhttHlor'M Notice. Trade Marks, 4 Season I All persons having claims against PROcuneo and defended. DCSIONB JiiucVri iiuU).turexiwrtiMnuiui'tfrn'';t. I Copyrights Ac. tr.l imu), Frv sTrlra, how to ousla When tho main body has passed tlio estato of Preston Moseley, deSENT FREE UPON REQUEST IN ALL COUNTRIES. qutcklr lucuruiit Mir oi!ti)Un frco whether an tho ground is strewn with remains of ceased, will present thorn to me propW'ttiilugloit eam Slmi, VusUtu Jirct t lUTOiitlmi srotinblr paivntahla. Cunimtinlrn. Succeed v.hen every tblr.g e!te Wis. many injoieni. Insects, nut they do not lie there erly proven on,, or beforo April 1st, tlonssirictlyroiiUileitllul. HANDBOOK oul'a'euu J. B. LIPPINCOTT COMPANY fur nccumitr patents. In nervous prostration end female lout Ires. Olilc.t Pilftt rd kfrligtsisnt Prntlcs Exclusively. l'utuius taLsu through luim & lu. rccelre long. A smaller body of ants issues 1915, or they will bo barred. Also i iui cr com Lu ll at WASHINGTON S(j.f.i7MJ PHILADELPHIA weaknesses they ere tho supieme Ifxtlal nottct, without thsrue, lu tha Tit Ufbti ttnrt, uttf Pstl SUl.i tttni CB:, I rrmtdy, ns tnoutwius have tciificdj from tho leaves. Hero is the conmiis- - all persons indebted to suld eutat6 WA9WNCTOK, D. C. Scientific Isury department! These ants pick either by note or account will pleaso FOR KmWEY.LiVEHAND To Prevent Ulood Poisoning A handsomely lllnitrat"l wecilf. Tytrecit dr. up the fragments and Hear them off; settle saino ut onco and savo cost. CTOIKACH TFIOUUJ.E cuUlluu u( anr si'iontlttd iimn sL 'Jxrnn. J a irplr at ouc the TrcnJcrfuI old reliable I)k.' it if th best tntiklr.e cv:r sold rein four tuuutl 1. tjokl LvJI tiOo.dvAler.. W. I). HENDEK, Admr. the bright pieces of butterfly wings 'OKTHK'S ANTJ8UITIC 1IUALI.NG Olia sur. MUNHfSCo.304B'Mi!"-NewTorover diiigcbt'a ccunter. 'sal drtislnir tint rtlitves palu and heals st Ilockport, Ky. and lizard skins looking like banners' 3U3 ac same liiot. aol a liolcicct4iTlHT? JU4bUi O.UCS, U V 8U WasltUia-tbl- , :Sc. V)i. Jl.W. U.U left-han- 110-in- waving over a victorious nrmy. Another species of eclton travels In columns, with larger and lighter ' colored olllcers rushing up and down, keeping them in lino. Sometimes these columns measure 300 yards In length. If u human being were to disturb them, they would attack him with all the ferocity of their nature. They climb above the shoo tops and sink' their Jaws Into the skin. And the unfortunate- human, when he had run fnr enough, would have to sloop down and pick them off. The blind ccltous travel under the leaves, and when they como to a bare space or ground they burrow tinder sg It and make n remarkable tunnel. Sometimes these pestiferous creatures take It Into their heads to Invade a house. They separate their pj forces so that tliey enter every door and window, and none of the Insect Inmates get out but winged ones, The rats and Insects know their doom ' la nnnti Ilium to U'WI infill. So, after all, tlio soldler-an- t Invasion Is In one way a disguised blessing. I Vanderbit 5 Irairirf ScAoo for ELKTON, KY. Boys g Will help parents develop their eons into tho best typo of citizens nnd Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat- tered and conies from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, ihere-jj- j fore, reservations should be made early, I'lace your son in this select group of boys. Write S M3THENEY & BATTS Shi aw!"" -- out-and-o- Kenton Motors Co. 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I the 1907 Will somo Democratic friends plcnso Er EIGHT SECONDS amongst the parties In Interest as' their Interests may appear, after , FOR SHELL TO HIT Who can blnme Secretary Uryan tlAM, for getting matl when ho Is reminded of the llnltlmore platform. Among C. M. BARMETT, Editor & Proprietor Editor ninny other forgotten planks did It ALLISON BARNETT, Associate not contain one In favor of one term Ship Moves Two City Blocks for the president? Before Being; Struck. Address all communications to The way Republicans arc getting fne Hartford Republican. Into the various State races It looks like there might be something In the German Ship Blucher Was Hit TO SUBSCRIBERS NOTICE admission Owensboro Messenger's abwttlxrK iloKlrlnc the imprrwnt In n M In lunklnn tin? that It "looks Bloomy for the Demo- -' At Distance of 17,000 ddrww mnf t plve the oW mlilrt-crats in Kentucky this year." rqnt. per llnr and tc iinl Nntkr lc r.nln.ic Yards. liicnlon. pt line tor tu.li mtilltluuul n.l I'nnl ot Tlunkf.ov We knew Gov. McCreary would OMtmirlw l!rolntlom Just hnve to run for something. Tfrllii. moii'V In nilvnnn'. London, March 13. The tlrst Ckarrli Notion tor kiTvIcok free, liut othtrl Washington dispatches tell us he is fc.rcb ftdtprtWciiifnti". .V pf r line. a cnndldato for Peace Commissioner shell which the Lion, of Sir David AuohjkAjub lomiunnUntlonn will receive no to settle the European war, and that llcatty's fleet, sent Into the' German ttentlcn he will be supported by the solid ship Blucher, which was sunk in the Democratic delegation In Congress. North sea battle of Sunday, January was tired when tho ships were iC3 This Is the first time in all history Cumtoilani CO Faimoio' l.I'j.V.Aa.l where a mnn placed himself In such 17,000 yards apart or nearly ten nn attitude before any evidence of miles. It required eight seconds for this riMDAY, MAIICII termination of hostilities, and without knowing his country would be first shell to reach its mnrk from the time It left the mouth of the big called upon to appoint a commissionANNOUNCEMENTS. er. Besides It looks like he was gun on the Lion. The mark looked going to run for the Job on the Dem- to the naked eye to be the' size of the lead In a pencil. From the time For State Treasurer. ocratic ticket. one-thir- d Wo nrc authorized to announce the shell left the Lion to the time it 'HON. R. L. MOORE, of Crittenden As an excuse for the present panic lilt the Blucher, the latter boat had county, a candidate for the Repub- and business depression some of our traveled two city blocks, and when lican nomination for State Treasurer, Democratic friends point to the panic the gunner on the Lion fired his General Primary election August 7, of 1907, and seem to think this Is shell the gun pointed not at where 1915. sufficient argument. In the first the Blucher was at that particular place, It is not sullicleut excuse for Instant, but where It would be eight We are authorized to announce a failure to point to the bad In some seconds later. JOHN H. THOMAS, of Ohio County, one else. Especially Is this true In other words, the shell was so a candidate for State Senator, 7th when the party at fault has been so accurately timed that tho Blucher Senatorial District, composed of critical and promised so much re- ran in underneath the shell as it Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler coun- form and such good "milk and hon- fell and took it on her deck as if ties. General primary election Aug. ey" times. The panic In 1907 was a she were trying to save It. from' fall7, 1915. money panic pure and simple. There ing into the sea. were no closed factories with busiLet's Imagine a gunner figuring We are authorized to announce ness stagnation. As has been said, out his chances for fighting the HON. ALBERT LEACH, of Beaver the only trouble was Inability to get Blucher. Dam, Ky., a candidate for State Sena- your money out of the bank through "She's traveling at the rate of tor in the 7th Senatorial District com- check. The trouble now is that you half a mile a minute, and I'll have prised of the counties of Ohio, But- have no money to check. The good to allow for that," he says. "We're Republican people may be depended upon to traveling at about the same rate, but ler and Muhlenberg. primary election, Aug. 7, 1915. know the difference between the in a different direction and, if I load times of 1907 and those of 1914-1my gun now we'll have traveled a We are authorized to announce half mile before I shoot It, so I must SUXXYDALK. ! WILLIAM D. MORRIS, of East Hart-lor- d OUT KOIt STATE TREASURER. allow for that. She looks like a Mrs. Llllle Oiler, of Aberdeen, is ' In this issue of our paper will be mosquito from here, but I've got to precinct, a candidate for the Republican nomination for Repre-eentati- found the announcement of Hon. R. hit her in the center where the shot visiting her sister, Mrs. J. aT. Davis, O a. .1 I . ...I uuivi iviiiuiva .. 111.it ntlin. .nlntllfiln lll'Ul OUI..13 UUlt.'. l of Ohio county. General L. Moore, of Marlon, Crittenden Co., will count. Miss Mabel Dafrron, of near Sunny-- , Republican nomination for for the primary election Aug. 7, 1915. "And what's more, I can't see her We know Mr. hull at all; that's only her highest dale has returned home from a visit State Treasurer. splendid timber for this upper works and her smoke that I to her aunt, Mrs. Jno. W. Ford, near We are authorized to announce Moore to be Central Grove. W. S. DEAN, of Sulphur Springs pre- position and he is situated in a sec- see. Sue wabbling, too, in the sea. have and I've got to allow for that. I cinct, a candidate for the Republic- tion of the State which should Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. an nomination for Representative of a representative on the ticket. In can't point my gun at- her and shoot. V. H. Maddox, Admr. &c Pl'ff., opinion his nomination would because It will take- eight seconds Ohio county. Primary election Sat- our vs. be worth hundreds of votes to the for the shell to reach her. I've got Geo. M. urday, Aug. 7, 1915. Maddox, et al., Deft. Lexington to figure It out so that the shell will In November. Tee ticket By virtue of a Judgment and order We are authorized to announce Leader has this to say concerning he in the air ready to meet her of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, candidacy: when she comes up to it." Jj. L. EMBRY a candidate for the his rendered at the February Term, "Dr. It. L. Moore, of Marlon, Ky. It's beyond tho human uriiln or j 1915, In the above caute for the pur-- 1 Republican nomination for Represtown is the first the human eye to make such calcu-- 1 pose entative from Ohio County. General Ollle James' home of applying the proceeds to payto shy his castor into the ring for lation as our Imaginary gunner Is ment of cost primary election Aug. 7, 1915. and debts of decedent Republican nomination for State trying to force on himself. In fact the and the remainder to be paid to the' We are authorized to announce Treasurer, his formal announcemnt there Is no such gunner . There Is, parties herein as their Interest may JUDGE J. S. GLENN, ot Hartford, having been given to the press yes- Indeed, no one man who serves a appear, I will offer for sale by Pubas a candidate for the nomination terday. If nominated and elcted, he gun on one of the gigantic battle- lic Auction at the Court House door for Judge of the Sixth Judicial Dis- will become a member of the State ships of today. In Hartford, on Monday, tho 5th day Placed In the fighting masts, high of April, 1915, about one o'clock p. trict, subject to the action of the Board of Valuation and Assessment Democratic party at the State Pri- in conjunction with the State Auditor above the deck, are the Instruments m., upon a credit of six months the mary the first Saturday in August, and Secretary of State, which shows which make all the calculations that following described property, t: that ho will have other important are necessary for getting a shell to a 1915. On A house and lot In the town of of being duties besides handling the State's right place at the right time. These Rockport, Ohio County, Kentucky, instruments make allowances for the bounded as follows: Being and lying ' we We are authorized to announce finances. induceyears speed of the ship which is firing, for on Dr. Moore who is fifty-foOTTO C. MARTIN a candidate for Main Street south of and adjoin- Republicwishing the speed of the fleeing bhip, for the lug S. and M. J. Iteid's; running S. the Republican nomination for Cir- old, is one of the leading cuit Court Clerk at the general pri- ans of Western Kentucky. He was rolling of both ships, and even for 54 feet with Main St. to corner of born and reared on a farm, educat- the wind and the moisture in the at- alley, and running E. with said alley mary election Aug. 7, 1915. SECOND HAND PIANOS AND UP ed in his homo schools and graduat- mosphere. It's like working a prob-'Ci- n J 32 feet to Long St; thence N. with ed from the Universities of Louisville in arithmetic. The Instruments Long St. 54 feet to S. nnd M. J. Reld's We are authorized to announce SECONDHAND ORGANS $15 AND UP Chicago. He began tlio practice Indicate a certain set of figures. corner; thence W. and S. nnd M. J. CAL P. KEOWN a candidate for the and In 1S82 and continued Without even looking at their tar- Reld 132 feet to Main St., the beRepublican nomination for Circuit of medicine In 1902 ho get, which they can barely see, or ginning, and being snmo property Court Clerk of Ohio County, General tills about fifteen jears. began the practice of law and Is one Indeed which they do not see, owing conveyed to Geo. M. Mnddox by W. primary election August 7, 1915. of the leading lawyers at the Marlon to the fact that they are closeted in B. Gardner and wife on the lfith day -president of the the great steel turret t.he men at of September, 1890, and which deed We arc authorized to announce bar. He served as Marlon bank for ten years and for the gun thrust the shell into its Is of record iu the Ohio County WALLACE II. RILEY a candidate president of the breach, cram in behind it the sacks Clerk's otllce, Deed Book No. 10, for the Republican nomination for ten years was vico Farmers banks at that place. Ho Is of cordite and btand aside: Some- - page 193, or sufficient thereof to proCircuit Court Cleric of Ohio county. also an elder In the Presbyterian where on tho ship, some fire control, ' duce the sums of money ordered to General Primary August 7, 1915. Dr. Mooro's experience as a man with a set of levers or electric be made. church. for the buttons, causes the great gun to , The purchaser will be required to We are authorlzet to announce a banker eminently fits him and ' execute bond with approved security office of Treasurer, and being a good movo about liko a live tiling CARL M. TAYLOR, of Prentiss preman will bo a valuable addi- elevate or lower Its slender tip as j Immediately after sale. approached the father of the "dearcinct, a candidate for the Republican business and A GOOD STOCK FOOD This 17th day of March. 191C. est girl on earth." nomination for Circuit Court Clerk tion to tho Board of Valuation badly required. Is A second later the shell Is In the E. E. BIRKHEAD, of Ohio County. General Primary Assessment, something that "Sir, your daughter has promised needed at this time. Tho State of air. It climbs to a height of perMaster Commissioner. to becoino my wife." Saturday, August 7, 1915. Kentucky, and those having business haps a mile and a half. It's target, Heavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. "Well, don't come to mo for symAsswaying with tho roll of the sea, now pathy. You might know something We aro authorized to announce S. with the Board of Valuation and a right to demand the on a wave top and then In a valley, Set Free. T. McKINNEY, of Beaver Dam, as sessment have would happen to you, hanging around nomination and election of good men rushes along toward the point where Orders Ohio County Court special our house five nights a week." a candidate for the nomination for especially when the two shall meet. March term, March 17, 1915. Hon. Circuit Court Clerk, subject to the to fill those offices, The ship and the shell meet. The Jno. B. Wilson, J. O. C. C. Presiding. It is taken Into consideration that Kit nn For Sale. action of the Democrats of Ohio This day appeared Iu open Court county, at the General Primary elec- all of the franchises of the State explosion of tho shell Is terrific. It About 50 acres 3 miles East of come under tho Jurisdiction of that twists and wrenches steel as If it T. L. Royal, and on his own motion tion, August 7, 1915. on Hartford and Cromwell Dr. Moore, who Is a good were In foil. board. it Is ordered that his son, T. C. Royal, Hartford road, 1 '& miles from pike. Four speaker, will be able to take care of But there is one more astonishing be and is hereby set free and empow'V The dead require no bread in himself on the stump, and enter the thing to happen beforo the effect of ered to act for himself In all mat- room cottage In good repair. Everlasting water at residence. Two Mexico. o race with a strong following. this long shot has died out. Thirty-tw- ters as though ho wero twenty-on- e barns, tobacco and stock. I'lonty of seconds after tho shelt strikes years old. poaches and apples. All hill land, Patriotic Americans are not now $:lO,flOO Klio at Henderson. the men on the victim ship, if they JNO. B. WILSON. J. O. C. C. In very good condition. PossesJogging the President's elbow, Ho Hondorson, Ky., March 10. Tho listen, can hear the sound of a W. C. BLANKENSHIP, C. O. C. C. but is relished by horses, cattle, hops sion miy time. Terms reasonable. that is busy with dolicato tasks. exo business district of tho town was heavy muffled boom. It Is tho and sheep Is our common corn. It to BAUNETT & SON, threatened with destruction tonight plosion of tho gun, ten miles distant, Doctor's Office and Dwelling; for Halo. Apply to especially rich In thoso elements Republican Olllco, Paying an income tax is an Honor when flro broko out In tho Looh Com- which sent tho shell. Tho messon-gc- r Wo have listed for salo two ucrcs which go to mako flesh and produco 23tf Ky. Hartford, and distinction that the ordinary pany's furniture store. Tho flro orof death traveled five times fast- good Ground containing doctor's o, heat. We enn nlwnys furnish o man is willing to snerlflco. 5 room dwelling, all necessary iginated In tho nttlc and when dis- er than Bound Itself. good (iimllty of feed corn .diuliilstriitor'u Notice. ; . . 2 wells water, 1 clstori. covered by porsons on the stroet was AT THK I.OWKST MAIlKliT All porsons having cUlms itQulust ' All that Villa need is u bind it moat beyond control. Master Commissioner's Sato. and orchard. Splendid locution for Tho origin IUUCKS. the estate of l'robton Moseloy, do- -' eunuau currency paper, of tho flro Is unknown. Tho loss to prots, with Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. physician. Notio within a radius of I. N. Lanlmm, Plaintiff, Easy tonus to right 'ceqaod, will present them to me prop- Should you want to buy or soil corn coiuiuer all his enemies. five mljos. Jo utook and building will he about m in ypw-erly proven on, or before April Ibt, we can servo ou well, Sco us. vs. party. Call on, or address $80,000, partly covered by insurance We imagtue it uiekee Utile differ-- j w. G. Kirk, liafondant. iviu, or inoy win bo uarretl. Alao w. RARNKTT & SON, Agts., nil persons Indebted to said oetnte luqu to tuu whether the stara mid By virtue of u Judgment and gr-- 1Ut Uvea I'm- - tfule. Hnrtford, ICy. either by note or account will pleusa I will Mil II er 20 ktandi of lug stripca float over him or net afUr of aala of the Ohio Circuit $ W jg dead. I OUla aamo at one and save coat. uii, o.wi Pnult. r4 Court, rendered at the February Tlio Produco Merchants far ll.av par etakul. Call on or Jl .' yf. D. RllNDBIt, Admr. Tha young man euams-- l greatly T. J. SMITH, term. 1915, iu tlie above causa for HAK1TORI), KENTUOKV. I Itockport, Ky. Jf the present panic i lwychologl- - 30t'.' Hartford, Ky. tha purpose of dividing the proceeds 'agitated, not to say frightened, as he 34t3 ! ! I.(h-aII fiotornl nreordliiR to la Birlford, Ky.. irali mttr nt the I'oMofflc o! the Mcomi sez.sf:io:tes. 2-- 1. 5. finvltti. Ilm n.to Inntitfllni. n rntio. onable attorney's fee herein, I will offer for sale by public auction at the court house door In Hartford, on Mondny, the Cth dny of April, 10)", about one o'clock p. in., upon a credit of six and twelve months, the following described property, town : A tract of laud in Ohio county, Kentucky, bounded as follows: Boglnnlng nt n hickory, comer to Snm Royal's tract: thence with his 'line N. 10 W. 100 poles to u largo whito oak, raid Royal's corner, (thence with nnother of his lines N. 2S E. 10 poles to a largo black oak, near cemetery; thence N. gl E. 75 poles to a large beech, S. E. corner 'to Harrison Westerfleld's tract; thence N. CO E. 70 poles to a stake; thence X. 24 E. 3S poles to n stake on Hartford and Hnwcsvllle road; thence N. S9 E. S 5 poles to nn ash and walnut on south side of said road; thence S. 75 E. 17 poles to a stone, the head of a hollow; thence down the same S. 39 E. 40 poles to n gum at the Intersectfon of streamlets; thence down streamlet S. 21 W. S poles to two white oaks; thence N. SS E. 1C poles to a ' stone, Foster Reynold's N. W. cor-- 1 lier: thence with his line S. 2 V. 82 A poles to stone on a steep hill-I- I side iu Hamilton Ford and Fords- - I vllle road; thence with the road N. SS W. 64 poles to a beech and white oak; thence S 2 W. 19 poles to center of a branchT thence up same N. C4 W. 34 poles, S. GO W. IS poles, I S. 3S W. 40 poles to nn elm and I sassfras near the head of a hollow; thence S. IS W. 33 poles to the be- -, ginning, containing approximately one hundred and ten acres, all of. I which we allotted as homestead and J dower to tiefnclant in this action. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved secur-- 1 ity Immediately after sale. This 15th day of March, 1915. E. E. B1RKHEAD, 36t3 Master Commissioner. Heavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. 3-- KING CORN! The continuance of the European 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 your acreage. Increase your yield per acre. You can good money. 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 Riding Breaking Plows. You can break more and do it much better. Give us an opportunity to prove this statement in increase your acreage by using the celebrated OLIVER 1 E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Ky. Special Prices on Pianos and Organs account to-wl- I ur overstocked this time, are offering special ments to those to purchase. $50 at Daniel Samuels Music Coinpaii) I OWENSBORO, KY. ! rAfvH mm? 0L, i& ' i of-flc- -- i 1 , i ww w I dr W. E. ELLIS 4 BRO. ad-dra- w I1 K Our Millinery Opening SnleMiinn Wanted to look after our Interest in Ohio and adjacent counAdties. Salary or Commission. LATEST WAR NEWS dress The Harvey Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio. I X-- u A . - A S mM e . .!! v Wl imne.i & K We extend to our friends and cust imers a cordial invitation to be present at our Spring' Millinery Opening Saturday, March 20. The daiicTTglvrh aiT)KTlean'fi hall Wednesday night was very much Refreshby thoKo prcsnt. ments, consisting of punch nnd cake, were served by the ladles. Several guests from Mcllenry were preiint. If you arc going to buy n Watch, see us first. Will compare prices with any ono nnd savo you money. know With 10 years experience, whnt to offer you. J. II. TAPI'AN, Jeweler. Just received two carloads of Jones Ilrand of Fertilizer. Have nny analysis you may call for. Will sell on same terms we have always sold on. Your patronage solicited. W. K. KLLIS & DUO., 35t4 The Produce Men. Mliiorriis from J. D.IlusseU's lllmk Eggs, from pen 1, best matlngs. 51.25 per 15. Pen 2, $1.00. White Wynndottcs from L. E. Whltsitt's nnd Mrs. Tom Haydcn's best blood. Eggs $1.00 per 15. Castrating and other Vetemary Surgery carefully L. T. BARNARD, performed. 3Ctf 'It. F. D. 4, Hartford, Ky. In another column of this issue will be found the announcement of Mr S. P McKlnney, of Heaver Dam, who Is asking the Democratic nomination for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio county. Mr. McKinuey Is widefavorably known over the ly and having been a successful county teacher for many years. He Is eminently qualified for the position and will prove an exceedingly strong candidate before the people, If nominated by his party. ' Want imI Two Cnrs of I,he Poultry. Will pay the following cash prices at Heaver Dam, Ky., for threo days only, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. March 24, 25 and 2C, 1915. Don't forget the dates. 13c , Hens 13c Ducks Turkeys lie 6c Cocks All poultry must be reasonably free from feed, not stuffed. This will be the highest price of the season, owing to the conditions throughout the Eastern market. Come early, everybody, and avoid the rush. T. W. WALLACE, Receiver. Monday. Knulaitd Shipping circles In England nre disturbed over tho rcmark-abl- o activity of the fast German submarine which for threo days has been torpedoing steamers nt va rious points off the Scllly Islands and in the English Channel. Tho 9 has nttacked not less than eight steamers, five of which she sank. Tho loss of the French steamer Consell, which was torpedoed off the English coast, has Just. been reported. The crow was saved. A German hydroplane has been wrecked off the Danish coast. 9, Au-gus- te France Tho magnitude of the Ilrltlsh victory around Neuve Chap-oli- o In Northern France, Inst week continues to grow, as evidenced by n statement from the Ilrltlsh War Ofllcc, which declares that In three days' lighting the German losses could not have fallen far short of 10,000 men. Prisoners to the number of 1,720 wero taken by the British. Regarding these operations the French official statemnt says: "The success gained by the Ilrltlsh armies at Neuve Chnpclle proves to have been absolutely complete. They captured three lines of trenches and a fortified work. The enemy suffered great losses." Russia In tho Eastern zone the expected battle In Russian Poland Przesnysz Is around developing slowly, while both Russians and Aus-trinclaim to have made gains In Gallcia and the Carpathian Mountains. Italy Territorial expansion for Italy and new dimensions "beyond tho seas, especially on tho Meditter-ranean-" are urged tin an article in Glornale D'ltalla. Another Rome newspaper declares Germany Is shipping arras to Tripoli for tho purpose of arming a revolution against Italian authorities. Tin key Regarding the operations In the Dardanelles by the warships of the Allies, late dispatches are StyleDurabiIltyQuality Easter Clothes! A worthy combination re in that will be characteristic of your new suit if you have it tailored- by Ed. V. Price & Co. You'll find ho better tailoring, no fine'' fitting clothes than those made by these famous tailors otherwise you do not pay one cent. Mrs. Mary Lynch is with us again this DECIDE TO-DA- Y! season. Sho will be glad to show yon tho latest in Spring Headwear. We shall expect you. Come and bring your friends, and remember that IT TAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. . Hwfo Hartford, Clothing Co. Ky. t. lki&T&Gb, Hartford Republican. Kill li., No. No. No. DA V, .MARCH HI. II. Ai ST. I.. It. It. TI.MK TABLE. 110 due at Kllmltch 3:20 a.m. 114 due at Kllmltch 0:15 p.m. 3:40 p.m. 112 Lv. Kllmltch V No. Ill Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv. Ar. Irvington Irvington Louisville Louisville Irvington Irvington Kllmltch 3:40 p.m. 5:16 p.m. 7:40 p.m. .. S:35 p.m. ..10:00 p.m. ..10:40 p.m. .. 1:04 p.m. .. .. . .. 31., II. A K. It. It. 'II.MK TAIILK. South Hound, No. 115 S:45 p. in. Due at Hartford North Bound, No. Ill G:lfi p. m. Due at Hartford (lloth "Mixed Trains.) 4444444 When in Louisville I STOP AT THE $ 5th Avenue Hotel FJiANK ECKEIiT, Prop. II. H. ECKERT, Mgr. $1 Up. European Plan A r So Hon. J. II. Thomas, Narrows, waa here Tuesduy. Hon. M.L. Heavrln is In Louisville on legal business. Mr. P. L. Felix, proprietor of tho Hartford Herald, is in Louisville. returned Mr. Rowhii Holbrook rrom a trip to Louisville Tuesday. Mr. A."0." Yieserrot Bvnnsvllle, wao hero eovornl days this week, Mr. andHrTuToT Leo Simmermaii were In LoulsvlUo tho first of tho week. Oata, Fqr NortircTifWhltoBccd " Acton Bros., Beo Hartford. Ky. 33t2 Mrs. Ilowan Holbrook, Mr, J. S. niunn. MIbs Marlam Uolbnjok, and 'llarold Holbrook and J. A. ZLVnant the day In Ow.n.boro - . iture' W- lacking details of the progress being made, but advices from Sofia, by way of London report that the State archives are being packed up at Constantinople preparatory to removal. PLEASANT GROVK. 15. Rev. W. C. Taylor fill- Eski Shchr, in Asia Minor, may be Mar. ed his regular appointment here tbe new Ottoman capital. Saturday and was called back near Tuesday. his home at Roslne to preach a funEngland Great Ltritnln made eral Sunday. .Mr. T. It. Barnard, cashier of the Rev. H. W. Morton delivered a known In a formal proclamation how Island Deposit Dank, was hero this she. proposes to sever all the arteries fine sermon here Sunday. week. Mr. Claude Fraze began spring of sea commerce to and from Ger Mr. A. R. Carson, of the Hub many during the period of the war. Holiday. Clothing Co., was In Louisville this school here Mrs. Louise DoWeese, of Fords-vlll- e. British officials frankly called the' week. is visiting friends around here movement a blockade although the Mr. HowardEIHs "ieTPWednesduy a few days. lI does not contain for New York with a car load of Misses Inls and Sallle Carter went the word blockade. The order depoultry. clares no intention to capture the to Askin Wednesday shopping. Mrs. J. Loyd went to Askin Wed- ships of Germany's aljlcs, Austria Mrs. C. R. Ilemiott, of Graham, and Turkey, as the measure avowedwas tho guest of her parents several nesday. returned ly is a reprisal against Germany. The Miss Pearl Vandiver days Utls week. was received In Mr. W. N. King, of Arkansas, Is home Saturday. Miss Ella Davlsson returned home Washington with evident disappointtho guest of Mr. John King and othSaturday from Mrs. W. P. Withers, ment, and a strong protest against er relatives here. who has been very ill, but, who is Its terms is forecast. I'rof. JLoganStlllwelI, Beaver Improving nicely. Dam, paid us an appreciated call, Italy Italy has suspended mall Mr. Vealls Matthews left Saturday while hero Saturday. service on trains bound for the Ausfor some place In Illinois. Mrs. Fannie" Taylori who has been trian frontier, and Emperor Francis Clarence Mason and Enimett very ill of pneumonia, is thought to Joseph had an extended conference went to Illinois recently. bo considerably improed. Mr. Clarenco Logsden and family with his Minister of War on the subInd., aro visiting ject of the defense of the dual monMiss Kuth Weller, of Dundee, of Indianapolis, archy on tho Italian frontier. has returned home after a visit with friends and relatives a few days. Mrs. W. II. Davlsson and son went the Misses Moore and Pendleton Turkey Constantinople dispatchHemember the suffering coal min- to Fordsvllle Saturday shopping. Mr. It. C. Carter and Gilbert Fraze es to Berlin state that eight Allied county, and remember ers of Ohio warships have been damged in the went to Fordsvllle Saturday. y In a substantial way. them Mrs. May Gentry and little daugh- Dardanelles and that the Queen ElizMessrs. "William Sears "and Rhea were the guests of abeth had been hit by threo heavy Cuudlff, of Central City, wero guests ter, Catherine, shells. The hospital ship Canada left Mrs. Jane Tall Sunday. of friends here the first of tho week. Miss Ruth Davlsson Is visiting for Malta with numerous injured, it Rev. n.vr"Naplerwas called to friends and relatives here. is stated. Spottsville Wednesday by telegram Mr. W. H. Obechaln is very ill at unuounclng the serious Illness of his Germany The British Admiralty this writing. uncle. announced the sinking of the German LOTS OF PLEASURE Mr. J. C. IlarmTrd, ofw. E. Ellis cruiser Dresden near Juan Fernan& Hro. Produce House, is In New Taking pictures with an Eastman. dez Island on March 14 by British York with a car load of poultry for A big line of Kodaks and Supplies cruisers after a five minutes' engagethe market. Just In, also Watches and Jewelry ment. The crew was saved, fifteen Itough River lodgoloT 110 K. of at the very lowest prices. See us be- being badly wounded. There were no British casualties. After the P., Is planning a lilting celebration fore ordering and wive money. J. 11. TAPPAN, Prussian Diet had unanimously apanniversary of its of the twenty-firJeweler & Optician. proved the war budget, 35t4 Minister birth April 19th. ber Clemens Delbrucck declared In a tho desti Ho surcTlS-rememDeath of Hardin Hongland. speech that It was Germany's inten tute miners. Anything sent to (his Mr. Hardin Hoagland, of the Clear tion to continue the war until sho office for their benefit will bo sent Run neighborhood, died Tuesday obtained the guarantees sho desired. promptly to their local committee. night at 10:30. Death - was duo A flno lot of Rod Top Grass Seed largely to infirmities of old age, tho Wednesday. deceased being 77 years old. Funerfor sale. Call on or address, United States President Wilson HIRAM MILLER, al and burial took place at Clear indicated last night that a strong proDeavor Dam, Ky. Run church and cemtery Thursday test would bo made by tho United 27tf Flour7FecdnndShlpstuff, afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. For States Government againrt tho action Mr. Houglaud was ono of tho best of Great Britain and her allies In subLard, Qrocerles, Fresh and Cured Meats, darden Seeds including eat- known citizens of Clear Run and has jecting neutral commerce (o tho nu ing and Seed Potatoes call on O. T. many friends throughout tho county. merous restrictions imposed on It by 35t4 oft. O'BANNON. ll tho Just issuod. DIm' Harrow h For Sale. " Senator WuIbIi, after a Whlto Houso Knights W. S. Tlnsloy. K. P. I havo two Disc Harrows loft and Moore, J. R. Plrtlo. J. S. (llonn and tho first purchasor who comes will conference, spoko of tho gonornl regret among Souators that CoiiEroas A. E. Pato from Rough River lodge get them nt $16 apiece. hud not empowered tho Pratldant to No. 110, attended the district conS. L. KING, Hartford, .Ky. 33tl declaro an embargo on export to vention at Owenuboro yesterday. o Dud Was Grateful. Dr. O. I). Crowdor, who has ben "Wfoat did papa say whoii jou ask- practicing UU nrofowiou at MeHeury Geriiiiiny Tho Gorman embassy t fer iOHia tint fin ocuut' (ion with c.d him for my hand?" Ky , "He didn't say anything. He fell lH"jd statement last night declaring Dr. Smith, has moved to M bo located m tho m.;0 n,y n.rk Tina wept." -- Boston ihaTubjpJloved the crulbor Drosden b had been sunk by the British fiuaqd- Transcript. Order-ln-CouncOrder-In-Couner to-dnst Order-In-Councls. --j - Farmers, Attention! He Mire to mall us jour 1IKR, ROOFING, PAINT, t list for nny thins jou may need in IiU3f-- X WIRE FKXCE, for our lowest prices. We pay the freight. FORDSV1LLE PLANING MILL COMPANY incorporated FORDSVILLE, KY. Joke Wilson, Mgr. ron within neutral waters. The German wounded, reaching Valparaiso yesterday, said only three of their number had been killed. KitRlaiid England, together with her allies, is making extensive preparations for a determined offensive as soon as weather conditions permit. t .j,, " Italy With the assurance of Germany that Austria will be forced to grant Italy's territorial demands, and the argument of the Allies that if Italy remains neutral no share of the spoils will be hers, European diploTurkey The British Amethyst mats believe that Italy will be, forckilled and thirty-tw- o ed Into the war on one side or the lost twenty-thre- e wounded, and the Ocean and other within the next few days. Prince George each two killed while' Allied Fleet Athens reports say attempting to force the Nagara Strait that the English cruiser Amethyst In the Dardanelles. A Constantinohas pentrnted the Dardanelles as far ple report says the Brltsh lost four ships In the Dardanelles fighting. as Nagara. France French, successes are reported In Champagne, particularly - Thursday. United States In the six diplo- around Perthes, where important matic notes made public last night trenches have been captured, as v.ell betwen tho United States, Germany,. as a height, which dominates a largo Great Britain and rranco is recoru-e- d section of ground. . the failure of the United States' Furm For Sale. obproposals to the belligerents to Eighty acres of gbod land containtain measures of safety for neutral commerce, the modification of sub- ing dwelling, barn and other situated on Hartford and' marine warfare, and the consent to ship foodstuffs to the civilian popu- Rockport road. Well and spring one Great Brit- farm. Church and schoolhouse near. lation of belligerents. ain revealed for the first time that For price, terms, etc., call or address BAnNETT & SON, Agter. she regarded her policy proclaimed ll as a block- 3tf by the Hartford, K- ade. Germany admitted that the United States' plan furnished a basis for a solution of the shipping troubles of neutrals and agreed under conditions to modify Its submarine warfare. The rejection of the United States' proposals by Great Britain und France has Impelled the United States to begin tho preparation of a Order-ln-Counc- crew escaped in lifeboats. The British casualty list during the battles of Neuve Chapelle show that 112 officers wero killed and 133 officers wounded. No figures aro given as to the casualties in the ranks, although theselfcre estimated by critics to hava been about 10,000. The Britistu Government will take over the control of the factories in England for the production of war materials. This announcemnt was made yesterday by Chancellor Lloyd-Georg- e following a conference with laboc leaders. New Millinery Latest Styles strong protest. Japan Wo trim Hats. to suit the British and Russian Am individual, and expect lo bassadors at Toklo have Informed i merit your trade by prompt tho Japanese Minister that If Japan) norclcfrul in nrpRKltirr new domands attention and supeiior goods. on China It would bo difficult for the J (Jail to seo up. Rowers to negotlato with her in tho iuturo. Tho United States, acting independently, also, informed Japan Millinery Opening thut oertaJn of her demands aro not In, consonanto with treaties. SaWf, HiiieiumU-T- ho Ilritlili U-2- steamer Lusuwardeu, hound from London to Holland, wa torpadA! and, sunk by The' tho Gorman submarine 8. miss popfTe HARTFORD, - nall KY. CA A ? mtmimumitrmmiimi&miim tmfmTTln i rtr: WOMEN TO BE EQUAL MUST GIVE UP MUCH Can't Expect to Vote and Stand, Beside Man and Still Enjoy Tuberculosis Sanltorltim. Severe Head Pains Arrangements aro being complet Caused By Catarrh by the AssociaCured By Pcruna ed in I.oulsvlllo for the reopening tion Directory onto Ceu&ty Circuit Court T. F. Wrkhonid, Judge: lion U. Rlngo, Attorney; W. Attorney Law 1 Mldklff, Jailer; B. 0. Harrass, Com Clerk! E. E. Uirkhead, Master IIA.UTFOKO, KY. missioner; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Kund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff.; I Will praotlce his protection In Utb Deputies 8. A. IJratcher; and adjoining counties. ComnieraJa) Hartford. office deputies .Mrs. S. O. Keown nitd and Criminal Practice a Spocialty. Ollmoro Keown. Court convenes first " Monday In February and continues iiircc wcckb; wnru .huiiuiuj iu aipmi two nocks; third Monday lit October,! I two weeks. County Court John D. Wilson, Law Judge; W. C. Hlankenshlp, Clerk; HARTFORD, KY. U. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. C. Court convenes first Mondao In each Mitians. W. H. DnriMS And C. R. ninntli Quarterly Court Urging on the Smith un nou n oo that thy havo form-- a first .Monday in every month. partnership for tlie (joiteral praoCourt of Calms Convenes first tlce of law, cxoiipt ciiUulnal and dlvor Tuesday In January and first Tuescxs, Mr. Smith bolng County AUor-u-- y day iu October. is provcutod from practicing ouca Other County Officers C. S. Mov-loSurveyor, ForUsvllle, Ky., K. ccaeos. Mr. Duriioa will individually F. D. No. 2; Tom Hlncs, Abscraor, accejit such practloo. Ofllotti In Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Suults, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. 11. lliley, Hartford Republican building, HartCoroner, Hartford; T. II. Denton, ford, IC Road Engineer, Hartford. I Feci It a Duty to Special Privileges. The suffragists' contention that "man-made- " laws deprive them of "rights" which they can only ohtaln through the ballot Is not home out by the facts, according to Everett P. n Wheeler and Henry W. Hayden, of New York, who analyzed the lows of the State to show that New Mr. W. II. Chaney, Tt. F. D. 2. York women have, In reality, more to Suthcrlln, nttsylvnnla Co, Va., writes: "For the past twelve months lose than gain In obtaining true poI lino been a sufferer from catarrh litical euallty. Neither Mr. Wheeler of the head. Since taking four botnor Mr. Hayden was able to put his tles of our reruna I feel like a finger on a single law which discrimidifferent peron altogether. The severe pains In my head have disapnated against women. Uoth on the peared, and my entire system has other hand, cited numerous Instances been greatly strengthened. laws confer where the "man-made- " "Tills Is my first testimonial to the upon women exemptions and privicurathe qualities of any patent I feel It n. duty to manmedicine. leges not enjoyed by man. kind to let them know of Peruna. Briefly, a woman is favored under In my estimation It Is the greatest the law in the following ways. medicine on earth for catarrh." serWe have thousands of testimonials She Is exempt from military Some of them like Mr. Chaney's. vice. were cured after years of suffering She is exempt from Jury duty. and disappointment In finding a remedy. A married woman Is not obliged to Send for free copy of "Ills of Life." contribute toward the support of the The Pcruna Co, Columbus, Ohio. family. Those who object to liquid mediShe may work and earn money and cines can now procure Peruna Tab- do with it as she pleases. She may own real and personal property, and may sell and dispose wlth the man in the case. It now has of it as she pleases without her hus- been broadened so as to hold the woband's consent. The husband cannot man equally guilty. The result ac dispose of his real estate without his cording to Mr. Wheeler, will be to put a stop to blackmail by women wife's consent. She is not obliged to pay her hus- who have hitherto enjoyed immunity band's bills, even though they arc under the Mann act. "The privileges the law gives them for family expenses. The husband are by no means the only one the woMust pay her bills. If through his fault she obtains a men enjoy," Continued Mr. Wheeler. divorce, the husband must pay ali- 'As every lawyer knows, there are a I have mony. But if through her fault he privileged class in court. been trying cases in New York for obtains a divorce, she pays nothing. She may be worth millions and cut fifty years and I do not hesitate to him off without a cent in her will. He say that women in court get special consideration from lawyers, juries, c&nnot cut off her dower right. If he dies intestate leaving chil- and even judges. These are privis and the leges not granted by law, but by dren, they recleve of his personal es- courtesy and long custom.' Widow one-thi4 tate besides her "dower right" of d Man Takes His Oun Medicine of his real estate. If she , dies, leaving children, the husband is Is An Optimist. He has absolute faith in his medentitled to one third of her personal icine he knows when he takes it for estate, but nothing else. If he own the home in which they certain ailments he gets relief. Peolive, he cannot sell or mortgage it ple who take Dr. King's New Diswithout the signature of his wife. If covery for an irritating; Cold are opHbe own it she may do with it as timists they know this cough remedy will penetrate the linings oX the she pleases. If the husband fails to support her, throat, kill the germs, and open the s You can't fee may be arrested and prosecuted way for Nature to act. criminally. No matter how wealthy destroy a Cold by superficial treatehe is or how sick or poor he is, the ment you must go to the cause of -- TTJfe Get Be an optimist. cannot be compelled to support the trouble. a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery law-yer- el Mankind to Let All Know of My Cure. Pcruna Did It. of Hazclwood Sanatorium for the treatment of tuberculosis in nil stages of tho disease. II Is announced that patients will bo recived early in April, though applications for admission arc already being made from n number of counties In tho State. Extensive aditlons and equipment have been added and the Antl-Tu- Association Is dovotlug berculosls tho greatest part of its effort and funds to the establishment of the sanatorium on a permanent basis and with a broader field for Its future operations. o The cost of treatment will to be kept low for patients and will bo at actual cost or less, tho deficit being made up by the Asfunds of tho sociation and Its contributors. The medical conduct of the Institution will he under the direction of tho Medical Advisory Board, composof the best known ed of twenty-fiv-e physicians and surgeons in the State, who will operate the Institution on tho plan followed In the bebst tuber culosis saantorla in America, particularly those of the Adlrondacks and of Colorado. Arrangements for preliminary examinations and reservations for admission to the sanatorium are already being made to the Louisville Association, with whom all physicians or patients are expected to communicate. con-tinu- Otto C. Martin at J J l . AUidiU'.'.V.'.'JHVI Barnes & Attorneys at Smith SSm 7Cstv'''"ca i an ' Tin ,, 'j 1 CT TJl 1KPer. PTafcaJj r . iii!!it'l I y, if - .isw' Economical , . .7 n JUSTICES' COURTS. I Both in use f and Cost M 1 CALUMET BAKING POWDER , a Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAIi APPLICATION'S, as they cannot reach the sent of the disease. Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure It you must take internal remedies. Ilnll's Catarrh Cure Is ' Inker Internally, and nets directly upon the biood and mucous surface. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians In this country for years and is a regular prescription. It Is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect comblna- tion of the two Ingredients is what produces such wonderful tesults In curing ratarrh. Send for testimonials, free. I'. J. CIIENCr & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. ' Sold by Drugclsls. prlro 7Sc. i Take Hall's Family nils for constipation. I i Farm For Sale. Acres on Hartford and Rockpor road, 1 miles from Broadway and 2 miles from Rockport. Schoolhousoi on ddge of farm aid church near, i Three roads pass dwelling house which is on Hartford R. F. D. No. ! Most of land perfectly level. Any on,; desiring to purchaso farm will do woll to Investigate. Prlco reasonar ble. Apply for further information to BARNBTT & SON, Ag0nts. 150 1- -2 two-third- rd Light,mifl'y,and evenly raised the baking comes from the oven moretempting,tastier, more wholesome. Calumet insures the baking of an expert. your grocer tounv. Ask H I watch the result. ply follow your customary method of preparation add si little less of Calumet than when using ordinary baking powder. Then better work. And it does Sim- one-thir- I 1 Received Highest Awards 1 n$f V'rr " PtkmK 2inopv5K2X4 il- fiTllMl III I H When a girl is married under 18, the man may be punished as a"n if the parents' consent was not obtained. But there is no punishment for the girl, no matter how young the man may be. Factory owners may not put women to work in their shops before 6 u. m. or keep them there after 0 p. m. nor may they force women to work more than 54 hours or six days & week. Thero is no such law for or to-da- 3 Short and Sharp. No man has to look very far to find fault. The aeroplane In war has become a shooting star. The chief medicine some people lake for a cold is advice. New Year's resolutions are really old ones with the rust rubbed off. In after years a barefaced Ho grows whlbkers and becomes a tra- .WASHINGK nwm D.C. HOTEL ckup r I Tm &a't sara bt wla t SitBar Calmt. I bakbf pvwJtr. Du'lUwU I It's I iiTti tat I aura tcaBica! storetowatloaac aa 4 Ja. resajts. I milk g Cal t Is hr laperior I lif-c- n iar lor American! In'a D01L 93u WILL YOU TAKE OUR male emplojes. LUNGS or ar dition. Want really suirogistfl CONSUMPTION "If the Bagdad is to have a street railequality'1 remarked Mr. Hayden, way. Shades of Sindad and Al If you mention this paper we will send you "these laws preferring women must Ra&chid. f!t5 fatten a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for feeling, coughs, pains that tired, be repealed to obtain it." We should do something to make in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak It was pointed out by Mr Wheeler other people happy even if it Is only lungs or consumption. that the suffragists claim they would to let them alone. 10CK BOX 616 OHIO MEDICAL CO. nladly serve on Juries in return for COLUMBUS, 0. It Is well to remember that a lot TTie Towfiatan it rchned, vote. the of things we worry about are not and restful. Its excel"But what," ho asked, "do they going to happen. lent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and H Streets, iTheTlirice-a-WeeBuggcst when it comes to military Edition The struggle for aerial supremacy k makes it a desirable headquareervice? That is something they cer- explains the ancient conundrum an ters for bridal couples, tourist Schools and parties, conventions, tainly can't do. I have heard it said swer, "The higher the fewer." ". tolleges.' Of The New York World that women will work as nurses or The" Powhatan attracts,the always harp- The neonlo who are people ol culture and education. that they can raise the next genera-- 1 Jlic on one 8trlnB aro generally out Its proximity to State, War and JS'avv Departments, also to many tion of soimers in return ior mo world. of tune with the rest of the Practically a Dally at The Price of a interest, points ol historical But they are quite free to do makes this hotel especially If Uncle Sam can steer through Weekly. Xo other Newspaper a (Incriminating pubtractive to both things now without the ballot, without a row in this time of a great lic. they are doing them." in the World Gives so Much and The Powhatan offer rooms row epidemic his place In history will with detached bath at 11.50, Mr. Wheeler also thought it was be envied by all other nations. at so Low u Price. $2.00 and up. Rooms with priiocopsistent to demand "equality" vate bath, J2.50. $1.00 and up. It is said that new counterfeit ten 'Write for booklet with map 'and nol call for tho repeal of the dollar notes bearing the name of a CLIFFORD M. LEWIS, The year 19 14 has been the most laws which plainly give woman tho New York bank are excellent ImitaJdanager. extraordinary in tho history of modin many matters now. If tions. This may bo good advertising preference men and Women are to be placed on but wo doubt it. ern times. It has witnessed the out- -' iaiiiiiniiiniiiinnniiniimmim an equal footing in all things, ho An Ohio man who is reported to be break of the great European war, argued, it would be necessary for the trying to raise chickens with shorter a struggle so titanic that it makes latter to surrender the prlvllages ,eR8 ,8 purguig a Valn ambition. The others look small. which they enjoy exclusively under true motive in this enterprise Is to WOMEN all You llvo In momentous times, and SPECIAL even contended that raise chickens that nre all breast. the law. He Tho most economical, cleansing and you should not miss any of the trethis rule should he carlcd out iu tho germicidal ol all antiseptics Is Whole Family Dependent. cuettlon of alimony. mendous events that aro occurring. "Suppose we consider alimony in Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton, Ohio, No other newspaper will inform you ibe sense of payment for injuries re- writes: "Our whole family depend with tho promptness and cheapness Maybe some- ceived" he said. "If a woman is en- - on k edition of tho husband was one In your family had a severe Cold of tho titled to it because her perhaps it is tho baby. Tho orlg-th- A soluble Antiseptic Powder to Now York World. Moreover, a year's at fault, does It not seem fair to say Is an be dissolved in water as needed. subscription to It will take you far a man is also entitled to It when jnal Dr. Dell's his wife was at fault? Such Is not) ever ready household remedy It As a medicinal antiseptic for douches Into our next Presidential campaign. In treating catarrh, Inflammation or tho caso now, but It seems tho logical gives inunedlato relief. k World's reguThe of putting tho political equal- - Honey penetrates tho linings of tlio ulceration of noso, throat, and that lar subscription price is only Jl.uO ity Idea Into practice." Throat und Lungs, destroys tho caused by feminine ills it has no equal. per year, and thU pays for 15G 13. Pinkham Mr. Wheeler referred to a recont (lerniH, and allows Nature t6 uct. At Por ten years th Lydla We offer this unequalcd news3 MedlcinoCo.haa recomraousod Paxtlne Court in the your DruggUt, 25c. decision of tho Suremo paper nnd In their prlvato correspondence with caso of Mann whlto slave law as IO V women, which proves ita superiority. mim uiiifi'iinn might ho expected a saraplo of what Women who havo been cured bay together for ono year for i?l.J5. when the law deals impartially with It is "worth its weight In gold " At FOR FLETCHER'S Tho regular subscription price of druggists. r0c. lureo box, or by mall. men and women. Under this ruling Uo3t6u, Mass. the two papers is $2.00. Tho I'axtoa Toilet Co., the ubite slave law has dealt only '"" run-dow- n abound, the Powhatan hcada the v liat. w It Is fintin1thchMruo! It countrymen. , clty'wherc good hotela HMk irawLam' vm. FREE Treatment ?T v for WEAK oai-lo- t. at- i ( TO Thrlce-a-Wee- at ( lt Thrlce-A-Wee- pa-por- s. I iFi.-mil- ll Children Cry CASTORIA Ed. 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Attornoya nt Law U'lnson Smith, Select, Tuesday CROMWELL, - KY. after I'd Monday lu March, Tuesday after I'd Monday In .May, Tuesday Will practice their profession In thls-anafter 3d Monday In August, Tuesdjolnlng counties. Collections. day after I'd Monday In November. Commercial and Criminal Practice e W. S. Dean, WedDundee, Prompt and vigorous- nesday after the second Monday In Specialty. March, Wednesday after 3d Monday service. .Votary In office. in May, Wednesday after 3d Monday In August, Wednesday after 2d Monday in Novomber. Ben P. Itice, Fondsville, Tuesday after 2d Monday in March, Thursday after 2d Monday in May, Thursday after 2d Monday in August, Thursday after 2d Monday in Noand 8 prumi! etuiDtd la all evunn in. wr no t vm. U oUata FATC NTS vember. THAT PA'U 1irrtiiU.mUiorvitiJ7, Hour Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftilM ta, analelp jua to stlrrMk bmnA UOtlL ijiotu OP ftkath fa mmww ... . . er 2d Monday in March, Friday after . . .,-rn en ltaUUMy. 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I .utu c.J &.a.lUn .! . U4i IsTJTO Anlio LlocUaJ -N- nj "Cty of Buff Jo Wiau-Di. S.W 6:30 1. M. A. M. Xtk - .Wu; Itallruad ticket. .i...u,m TUB CLEVELAND BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cl.s.l.ai. O. SS5 , THOS. E. MOSS and Plasterer, Decorator Contractor. H Mr. ThoniM Gives Views on War. Tho war In Europo Is the most collosnl nnd appalling reign of madness that has over afflicted the human race. Ten million soldiers, the (lower of European manhood, nro under arms. Tho magnltudo of tho dally slaughter prorcs tho fierceness of tho conflict. Eight nations, comprising the fairest parts of tho earth, nro pouring to their dregs streams of gold and blood In to tho mad maelstrom of war. While tho thunder of the guns on land and sea herald the progress of tho storm of death, fierce vultures of tho sky and mad sharks of the under sea add new terrors to the awful scene. Tho number of men Involved, the dcadliness of the Instruments of nrms and tho vastness of the wasto of wealth and lives already sacrificed so far transcends allvform-c- r wars that tho human mind can hut feebly grasp the reign of terror that now afflicts tho world. Prayers for peace and offers of mcdlntton confirm the high purposo of those who offer them but the calm student of history will rather wait with some patience for the fires of war to bum out than hope to extinguish them. This worldwar arose not from tho ambition of an emperor, tho Intrigues of courts nor jealousy over commerThese, indeed, cial antagonisms. were Incidents of action but the wnr really is the painful labor of society to bring forth an agency for the maintenance of a permanent and uni versal peace. Our ancestral forest savages knew no way to adjust their differences but by the strength of their arms. The Injustice of the rule of brute strength was recognized inid later disputes were referred to ttie popular assemblies for settleFinally states were formed ment. and courts established to dispense justice between its citizens, and a body of soldiers maintained to efforce the decrees of the courts when re sistance was offered. Thus society, after many centuries of painful schooling In the philos ophy of necessity fbuud a way to preserve the tranquility of the state. Simple as It appears to us who have been familiar with It since our childhood tho system of government by which the stato establishes courts to adjust the disputes and maintain the peace of Its citizens, and enforces the authority of the courts with the power of arms, is a product of recent centuries, nnd. as this system tho peace by stato for preserving grew up slowly out of the necessity for restraining the passions of Its citizens, who Indulged In frequent and violent personal conflicts, many eminent statesmen are now Indulging the pleasing hope that the very terribleness of the present war will force upon the nations of the world the necessity for tho establishment of an International parliament whose laws for tho settlement of differences between nations shall have all the armies and navies of the world behind their enforcemnt. Under presnt conditions each nation Is sovereign, and when two sovereign nations cannot settle a dispute by diplomacy they have no appeal except to arms, where Justice Is too often forced to yield to the power of tho sword. Nations, like the individuals of which they are composed, are selfish and avaricious, and like the individual will if there Is no power adequate to restrain them, force their advantage upon a weaker disputant. Peace between the sovereign nations depending wholly upon good will, the Infrequency rather than the frequency of wars is remarkable. The nations of tho earth have managed to agree tolerably well considering that relative to each other they are existing In a state of unrestrained anarchy. Now it Is hoped that this terrible war will paint the way to a confederacy of tho nations Into a compact for tho adjudication of International disputes and with tho power to onforco Its decrees. As tho vicious element In a state ts rarely aroused In sufllclent numbers at one time to endanger tho authority of tho state, It Is a reasonable expectancy that tho number of nations at any ono time aroused .to tho passions of war "would not endanger tho power of to enforce its the decrees. If the millions of lives and billions of wealth wasted In this'glgan- tlc war shall cement tho nations o tho earth In a union of forces to pro- -' of future genserve the world-peac- e erations they will not have been sacrificed without price. J. H. THOMAS, Narrows, Ky. world-confedera- ing Republican member of tho Houso Appropriations Committee, "Tho Tronsury has not been as empty since the Clovcland Administration." Why Is this? Why this Inherited Incapacity to make both ends meet? Why this widespread expectation among men of affairs an expectation that Is never disappointed that thero will be mismanagement, mistakes, carelessness, and wasto together with disturbance to business nnd a feeling of insecurity when tho Democrats get In? Wo know of nothing that has kept them out quite as consistently as this. We know of nothing that has seemed more ominous, to one with a tincture of Independence, than that It seemed as tho ho must perforce d make his choice between an stand-pattlsthat had tho redeeming merit of efficiency, and an empiricism run wild that took up one economic fad nfter enough, one finan cial heresy after enough, and made of them tho test of a perfect faith and u perfect obedience. Bellcvo In Frco Silver, It read once upon a time. Believe in tho Heavensent dispensation of n ratio between the metals of sixteen to one, or be overlastingly read out of the party. Delleve iu William Jennings Bryan and all his works, and he will seo you thru and ho dl. But, tho It preached nnd exhorted and expounded; tho It railed at ex travagance and Jobbery; tho It wrapped itself in tho banner of civil service reform; tho all it wanted was just revenue enough and not a penny more that other way lies tempta-lo- n and all manner of evil It never got anywhere. Given the chance to better the condition of tho Nation, It bred panic and disquiet and discouragement. Sent in on a platform of reform and regeneration, it has Invariably outrun tho Constable and Indulged In a perfect orgle of nepotism and favoritism. What has been lately written in the record, might have been copied, as Representative Gillett reminds us, from the story of tho Cleveland debauch. Ditto, ditto, is all that needs' to be said. And yet, In Grover Cleveland and In Woodrow Wilson It has had two men strong as well as headstrong, and honest as well as prejudiced. The four years that cover the second term of Cleveland may bo characterized as the most momentous period, In a tlmo of peace. In the history of In them foreign relaour,,country. tions were of sudden brought to the dnngerous, excit.front, ing. .Big as they were, domestic problems and conditions threw them It is Into a relative insignificance. curious to note the completeness of the parallel. An attempt, dismally unsuccessful, was made to introduce a new princiduties. ple in the levy of Import There ensued a steady and a large deficit in the revenue, not corrected by new and additional taxation. Commercial distress and private need and a resort to lawlessness became' general. Foreign complications aggravated, but did not cause, tho dreary condiCuba then, as tions that prevailed. Mexico now, added to tho preplexltles of tho Administration. Treaties then, ts treaties, now, failed of action In As the term of the the Senate. President progressed, thero were constantly Increasing dlffernces between himself and his party as represented and the measures to In Congress, which the President bent all his energies were precisely those that failed of passage. From one catastrophe to another matters proceeded miserably until it was with positive relief that the candidate of the Republicans was hailed thruout the land, without too close a regard for political affiliation, as the "advance agent of prosperity." N These recollections have something more than an academic or an historiThey have a present cal Interest. bearing. They havo had it since tho Inauguration of Woodrow Wilson and a Congress subservient to his will In botlt bouses. They have had it slnco tho mandate, as Interpreted by these new men, began to take form, Tho Democratic party, brought Into power at a time when it might havo profited by past experlenco has failIt has lacked capacity ed utterly, It has lack no less than knowledge. 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OlR 5TORE 1,5 A "BETTER" PLACE To TPvADE BECAlJE OlR BUYERS KNOW BETTER HOW To PICK OlT 5TYLI.SH MERCHANDISE. AND THEN THE RULE OF OlR BUSINESS S THIJ: "IT MUST BE GOOD OR. IT SHALL NOT BE PUT INTO OUR STORE." WE PRICE OUR GOODS LoW WHEN WE FIRST MARK THEM. THERE IS EVERY REASON WHY YOU SHOULD MAKE OUR STORE YOUR STORE FOR EVERYTHING THE WHOLE FAMILY NEEDS FOR SPRING. CoME IN. LADIES' SUITS. Ladies will want a suit from our tempting array of the Latest Spring Styles. Each Suit is correct in every detail in ae-cdance with the most recent mandate of the country's best style authorities. They are made with a degree of care and skill which insures serviceability, style and superior fitting qualities. Our selections were made in a most painstaking manner, so that we might offer you better values than ever before. Prices from $10 to $22.50. ot You'll want one of the splendid values are showing. They are up to the minute in style, and to wear one puts you in touch with the whole of creation in its springtime gladness. You will find that these suits embody a dollar of actual worth for every dollar we ask. Because of the high market price on all materials, it takes extraordinary care in buying to insure-hig- h grade values at the prices; we are asking, hut we have done so. The coats this season have the graceful lines admired by careful dressers. They have splendid style without being loud, and appeal to the man of good taste. The shoulders and lapels, the points where lack of care in making or poor material is most evident, are exceptionally well molded, giving the back a drape effect always associated with the highest grade custom garments. Collars fit snugly and have just the right shape. In lining these garments, thoroughly good material is used. Every detail of workmanship is of a character usually asgarments. Butsociated with tailor-mad- e correctly made, pockets are in tonholes are the best style, and in fact every stitch is just what you have a right to expect. When you wear one of these suits you know and feel that you are in style. Make your selection as early as possible. Prices from $10 to $20. we MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS. The latest patterns in choice materials of BY THE HAT HE WEARS. Our patrons in the Hat line don't need to fear the verdict. We pride ourselves on the high quality, excellence of style, and superior finish of the lines we carry. Never have they been finer than they are this sea-soIn those minute details of shape and dimensions which are so easily overlooked, although of importance to the man who wishes to be well dressed, our Hats excel. Never have w'e" shown a wider range of authentic styles suited to all faces and figures. We can assure you a perfect fit in a becoming hat, whether you want a soft or stiff hat. The crowns are right, the brims are correct and the finish is high grade in every detail, both in black and fashionable shades. We'll supply you with a hat of the kind you want this season at from $1.00 to $3.50 each. u. HIGH GRADE FOOTWEAR THE MOST APPROVED STYLES. Oxfords for Ladies and Misses. DON'T FAIL TO LOOK OVER OUR PIECE GOODS. You'll find a fine line of pleasing spring and summer fabrics, for we have selected our stock with an unusual degree of care from the best looms, and in spite of the much higher cost of production, we are able to offer values winch cannot be dupli- SUPERIOR QUALITY SKIRTS IN LATEST STYLES. These garments are made from the best materials which are in vogue for this season. Various elegant weaves and shades are repicsented. In purchasing our stock we took great pains to secure the best. You will find that these skirts are made in high grade manner, are carefully finished and have style qualities second to none. All the best effects approved of for this season's wear are shown. There is a wide enough range in materials to satisfy the most critical. Voiles and various late novelty Fabrics are fpatured. We offer many of these handsome Skirts of superior quality as low as $2. Prices from $2.00 to $6.50. WAISTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS. cated elsewhere on goods of suchaquality all the favored designs and materials; both turned and welt soles. The correct styles for this season are made on unusually comfortable lasts. Our Oxfords from $1.50 to $3.50 will please you. Tn as we offer. Plain and fancy Crepes, plain ami fancy Goods, Lace Cloth, Sheer Wb-stFlorine Silk.figuied Silks and Lawns are all represented in our stock. Wo have just what you need for your new dress or waist, as these fabrics are of such superior quality that they are not only beautiful, but serviceable. Prices from 10c to 50c per yard. Voiles, e Don't fail to see the latest styles which are now showing. These Waists are made by experts, following the latest models. Up to the minute in style, superior in quality of material, and unexcelled in perfection of workmanship. Lingerie and Tub Silk Waists are especially popular and are worn a great deal. Many designs are trimmed with Lace and we Embroider'. We t want you to see these Waists. We call attention to these handsome values from 50c to $1.25. FANCY DRESS GINGHAMS. the finest weaves. Full sizes carefully made and handsomely finished. Cuffs attached. You can't find Shiits that will give greater satisfaction in comfortable service, style and wearing qualities. From 50c to $1.50 each. The Man Who Wants Oxfords them here in the sieatest variety of new styles, made in the factories of W.L. Douglas Shoe Co. and Valkoer, the largest manufacturers of fine shoes in the East. Prices Ironi $3.00 to $5.00. Will find Colors woven into the fabric, making an absolutely fast color in beautiful designs, suitable for any purpose. Make dainty dresses, children's dresses, and aprons. These dependable fabrics are unequaled for service and our brand Toile De Nord represents the best of them. Ginghams from 10c to 12'2c per yard. LATE STYLES IN CORSETS. THE SEASON FOR EMBROIDERY AND THE FINEST MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. All the latest designs in pleasing profu-'SioSome garments are exquisitely trimmed with dainty lace of fine texture. No matter what the price, each garment is thoroughly well made in every detail, and in each grade the material is of an exceptional quality. I Dear in mind that these garments are designed and made in high grade manner, and we offer a wide range to select from in Drawers, Petticoats, Corset Covers and other muslin underwear at 25c up. THE LATEST AND BEST IN TABLE The latest ized LINENS. patterns In handsome MercerLACE IS AT HAND. n. HANDSOME NEW RUG FOR THE PARLOR OR SITTING ROOM. it need not be expensive. We have fine loom-siz- e rugs in the latest designs and iMade of tlio finest materials, which will add A to the appearance of any apartment, and onsidering their superior quality, they are -- plendid values at our prices. Rugs size 9x12 from $5 to $20 each. f The women are now looking for the best Corset for the new styles. They want a medium liigh bust Corset, with an accent at the waist, fiat across the back and fbdomen one that is very comfortable, fashionable and attractive. The Kabe Corset Co. has filled this demand with the Military Corset. A 1 " 3.. :$? WmW Style 4O09 36-i- n. Our showing was never better. We have a wide i;ange of the best and most fashionable designs at low prices which will surprise ycu when you see the superior quality. Our purchase.- - have been mado from the best looms here and abroad and represent the last word of fashion. Never have the favored. Laces am Embroideries been more beautiful than they aro this season and never have they enjoyed greater popularity for trimming purposes than they do now. Don't fail to inspect our line of Laces and Embroideries, from" 5c to $1.00 per yard. LINOLEUMS AND FLOOR OIL CLOTH. The sanitary floor covering which re- wide, good grade of Factory Cotton, at 5c per yard. material ami rich genuine Linen of best weaves, Designs are Exceptionally attractive this season and we offer an excellent range of values to select from. Make your selection now. From 25c to $1.00 per yard. yj duces the laborious work of scouring ond scrubbing and at the same time improves the appearance of a room. Our selections will please you in quality, patterns and price. Per yard from 25c up. Lrilvijvli & COMPANY (Incorporated.) Hartford, Kentucky, tsmmmMmmsammmmsmsaassBam TA