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II5 22 I nnd Is simply the next proper logical tho treatment of American sin tbo It will bo worth it, and I can make ward peace whenever an appeal we stop to bo taken toward developing Phlllpplno Islands. FORD fectly unofficial, very likely con (a living any time. ' "Ho published this In two Sunday tho people thereof for self govern- sources it was iearnca from one of tho countries at war " " mont. No honest reading and con- - Issues and Is now republishing It In ord CIIID llon alrcady hns dec,arcd h,fl ' Ford did not know whether' b ON DEFENSIVE sldcrutlon of tho mcaauro can lead to pamphlet form with an Introduction t0 raak0 th0 trP undcr nny clr- - would invito W. J. Bryan to salt or I Lilt) any other conclusion. Dccauso tho by Taft. cumstnnces. the Oscar as one of his party. " 'Now, I have written up n much 1j preamblo of that bill repeated in uui wuum you expect to ac- concrcto languago that which has better article, on "Tho Filipinos and """' P'"""" " ShOW - 'lecn substantially mated to be tho tho Democratic Regime." which Is ffould go Over and Stop Former PreS. Replies ' position or tltls country irom tno nigmy lavoramc in my estimation, 10 "wo will try to crush militarism Whltosburg, Ky., Nov. 29. In tf-aWar by Christmas, up Administration. time of President McKlnley on down, the Harrison administration but have Ret thoso boys home from the forts to quell disturbances following it has been falsely labeled nn 'inde- - not been ablo to sell it as yot, Will trenches Christmas Day. A move- - Saturday's pay day In Dunham, pendenco bill, and the impression has you please glvo mo a list of the three ment has been under way for some a section of Jenkins In tho coal Held, that time to alters Criticism of Inefficiency in I fillip bcun wldoly conveyed way, It order- - Or four big newspapers that are more rtany Prominent Americans are juatlons) get a conference of neutral yesterday, five men were wounded, the Itl aomo vital, radical and arc likely to want disinterested jioutrals. three of them fatally, Including of ly progress of tho will remember telegrams were Hccman John Horn, former peace of articles on the Invl:edto go With Expedition pine Policy Charged As tho Filipino people." Such an Inter- - Philippine Islands?' sent last week to the president In ficer of Hazard, Perry county; Ed Partisan Thrust. "A sickening sense of shamo must prctatlon creates an absslutely false furtherance of this idea. Well, more Boggs and Bob Howard, all of whoa at His Expense. overcome Mr. Taft when he realizes impression. telegrams will be sent next week by were shot through the intestine, women's organizations through mon- "President Taft, when Governor where his blind partisanship In this Officer Boggs, according to ad-- ey given by Mrs. Ford." Islands, matter has led him. To be found in vices at the Jenkins city hospital, i Washington, Nov. 29. Secretary General or tho Philippine New York, November 24. Henry I dying. Tho two other wom. Pence Should bo Forced. i (Jarrlson, of tho War Department, was the first to announce that the such company under such circumstan- - Ford, multimillionaire automobile today motto of tho American admlnistra- - ces Is, however, the uneVltablu result manufacturer, today chartered from issued a formal statement "Prominent men and women will ' whoso ,niur,e8 a 'ess serious, are Tm Stewart and a man named Mil- xharply arraigning former President tion was "Tho Philippines for tho of such a campaign. There Is no the Scandinavian line tho steamer he Invited fo hfi in hD -- vnoHHinn i because, Oscar II. He proposes to sail from Ford added. r He properly and bitterly mitigating circumstances, William H. Taft Tor having lent his Filipinos.' "We have not had ler. Stewart received wounds in Miller's name to what aro termed "statements resented criticism against him for with respect to every one of the New York, December 4, with a large time yet to decide on all who will be tho arm and shoulder. mendacious In character' and mis- taking this position. Ho constantly charges, accusations and statements delegation of peace advocates with asked. They need not necessarily be wounds in the arm and shoulder. chievous In intent" with relation to stated that this was tho only position in tho artlclo, full records were at the a view of calling a conference of neu- pacifists. But they will be persons Miller's wounds are of similar naconditions in the Philippine Islands which any one, acting in good faith disposal of Mr. Taft if he had cared tral nations in an effort to induce or of such type as to indicate the ser- ture. A warrant was sworn out U? compel the belligerent nations to end iousness of the movement. If neces- Stewart's arrset on a charge of asunder tho present administration. Clr . and with the honor of his government to learn the truth. "I suppose It is too much to hopo tho war on or before Christmas day. sary, the belligerents should be com- sault and when Policeman Boggs culatlon of these statements. Mr. Gar- - i In his keeping, could take; Hint, fromwent ror him he is said to have adshow plainly 'that the tne vcry bcglnnlg this was tho an- for, even In a matter of this kind, af- ' The destination of the vessel has pelled to establish peace.' rion charges politicians Hepubllcan are attempt - . nounccd policy 6f this country con- - fcctlng as it does, the good name and not yet been determined, Ford said "In what way will the conference dressed Policeman Boggs In a threatMiller, one or the Ing to lay the foundation for cam- - ' stantly Iterated and reiterated by the honor or our country, that partisan today. induce combatants to cease fighting?' ening manner. "We decided on this move only palgn material with respect to the Presidents of this country, by Its rep- zeal shall restrain itself within the "No definite program has been out- wounded men and Stewart's friend, rescntatlves, and by Its Congress. No bounds of truth, decency and fair Shout 1 o'clock Jhls morning. We lined yet, and we won't know Just Struck Boggs across the forehead, Philippine Islands.' Former President Taft In another one had 80 P'a'n'y BOt forth ns has- dealing. It would bo something of don't know yet where the ship Is go- what action we will take until we get knocking him down to the ground. Shooting was begun by one of Stestatement answers Secretary Garrl- - President Taft the malicious raisrep- - which we could all be proud If It ing or whom we will invite," ho Into conference." state- were so." stated. "We are trying to get those "Are you confident of better suc- wart's friends and for ten minutes on. denying charges of partisanship , resontatlons, the mendacious TAFT REPLIES. boys out of the trenches by Christ-ma- b cess than the Hague meeting of wo- there were scenes of terror. Bob on his part, and showing that Gov- - "lents. and the vicious assaults that Howard was said to have been tte Day and have them back in men?" ernor General Harrison has caused Proceed from thoso In the Philippine -- Point Out Insufficiency In Policy Of , Democrat. their homes." tho removal of 193 ..indent officials isianas. wno are not permittee, to "There is this difference that rep first to fall with fatal wounds. PoNew Haven, Conn., Nov. 29. For- Jane Addams, Ida Tarbell in Party. resentatives of belligerent nations at- liceman Boggs was second, but after In tho Philippine service, purely for ploit the natives and tne country lor . their own benefit. political reasons. mer President William Howard Taft, ' Ford was asked what luck he had tended The Hague meeting. There he had been Injured he kept up A shot from his revolver 13 Attack on Policy. in a statement made public here to- Had getting prominent persons to will be only neutral delegates at our Mr. Taft declares tho policy of said to have given Policeman Horn conference." the administration In the island is "President Taft was absolutely jus- - night characterizes Secretary Garrl- - tnajte the trip. He said: his ratal wound, although the two Movement Is Welcomed. leading the country into ti critical clt- - tilled In Mb bitter denunciation of son's arraignment of him ror his at- "John Wannamaker and Thomas "It also differs In that only women officers were friends. It is believed uatlon by holding out to tho natives theso attacks which makes It all the tltude on Philippine affairs as "un- Edison are two. When I talked with and unmeasured." Mr. Edison over the phone he said were present at The Hague, and this Boggs mistook Horn for another. it delusion that they soon are to be more amazing to And, him Indulging just, vehement Policeman John Horn is a brother jn exactly the same conduct toward 'Mr. Taft says that there has not been he could not go, but I know he will gathering will consist of men and wo kUoh their Independence. or former Sheriff Frank Horn, of is given by those who aro now occupying posl- - the slightest tinge of partisan fecl-th- e just Jtho same. Jane Addams and men," he added Particular attention perry county. and ,B Popular in tbo 'Is there material evldan Secretary to articles written by tions or trust and responsibility in ing lu his interest in the Philippine Ida Tarbell are two or the women thnt this move will be welcomed in Eu- - mountains- - In efforts to stamp oat problem. "It seems to me," he says, whq will make the pilgrimage. Jonen, ond published In a tne Philippine government. , o. Garfield Mr. whiskey and lawlessness in sections' California newspaper and later re- "There lately appeared a series or "that have not been unmindful of Wannamaker was the first one I ask rope?" B had " " will prove most welcome all of-- Dunham published In pamphlet form under tho articles in a newspaper called the the necessity for standing by this ed. He said he would go to the end "It c"ed the enmity of many, who sad over, ovnn ftmnmr h fihti ne . tltlo "Unhappy Conditions In the Oakland Tribune. Subsequently they Democratic administration in or the world to stop the war." 8W0rn veneeanco upon thorn, Islands," with an Intro- - WCre published In a pamphlet en- - nl crisis, without regard to party conWannamaker will be here Friday tlons. When tho women peace dele- duction by Mr. Taft. The Introduc- titled "The Unhappy Conditions in slderatlons." morning tor a conference with Ford. gates went over they were received Charles B.Martta Dies At Horn. I Hon ntributed the conditions dcscrlb- - the Philippine Islands,' by Garfield Tho statement follows: Invitations aro being sent out to in forty different places, always cor-- , Creenvllle "Mr. Holman and Mr. LooihIb, of prominent persons all over the coun- - llally, even in France, Germany and t'd to the 'blind and foolibh policy of Jones, former member of the Philip- central v;ity, ny., uec. i. ur and Governor Gen- - p)ne Department of Education, with the Oakland Tribune, asked me when try, according to tho sponsor of the England." President Wilson Charles Beverly Martin, one of tB6 Ford asserted a large part of the most prominent to peace plan. How- - in San Francisco in September 'ral Harrison." an Introduction by physicians of the population of the belligerent counhis comment ard Tatt, former Governor General comment on Mr. Jones' article. I did In connection with Hopes Daniels Will Join Him. county, died suddenly at his home in tries were urging the movement for Greenville at Mr. Garrison makes public a letter 0f tho Philippines.' In the Introduc-- , not see Mr. Jones or hold any com- the age of 35 years. Dr. "We want anyone who can lend peace. wblch ho says wns written recently tion municatlon with him before his ar- Tntt says: Martin's death comes as a distinct a helping hand," continued Ford. "I hope that every person in the shock to the by Jones to the Department, asking 'j have read with much interest tide was published. It was sent In "Even Secretary Daniels entire community as be of thc navy world will bring every pressure on had been with his bride of six wek9 where a newspaper market might bu jjr q. Garfield Jones' article on pres- - manuscript to mo at San Francisco, if be were favorable disposed." everybody to stop the war Christfound for a 'much hotter article" cn conditions In tho Philippines pub-- ! where I first read It. What ho said in Louisville and bad returned on (be Ford added the ship would be mas." ho said. "And they which ho had prepared on "Tho Fill llshcd recently In tho Oakland Trl- - as to the demoralization of the pres- should midnight train to the home ot Mr. equipped with the longest ran go w Ire- - stop it in this country because pre-'a- d ent Government, due to the elimina Mess in rilnoa and tne Democratic itegimc, tmne. It is not news to mo.' ,op a Mrfl- - charlea T the world, and that the cam paredness Is war No boy ever kill- declared to bu highly favorable to the tion of Americans in the civil service Due to Blind Policies. f wnm had re8led of , paign tor peace would be kept up ed a bird unless he had a sling shot ,nce thc marriag0 on ,ast Octobr administration. '"What he says of the dumorall- - and tho Influence of Filipino polltl-Th- o through tho press by this medium statement folows: zation In tho present government, due clans In controlling Mr. Harrison's 19th. Shortly after reaching nls i It is becoming vcry plain that the t0 thc bjnd anj foolish policy ot nctlon had come to me from many from the time the peace ship sailed rord discussed his peace plans yes- - home be became unconsclous and BeV Until It arrived on the other side. ' . . .. . TffFnflV wltn fir Pnnvfinn nnnatrtlt Republican politicians are attempt- president Wilson and Governor-Gen- other sources I knew to bo reliable, rall,ed and dled "When we get therd," ho asserted, !,,, ," w"uT"f "" ' Vn ' er'c,ock th,s moputo-- Btl0TtlY aner lW0 to tho eraj Harrison, Is confirmed by every and I, therefore, wrote a short ar- ing to lay the foundation Jm oihhon Phllipplne Islands. There jhavo re- - report that I receive from the Is-- j tide saying so. Thd letter of Mr. "the boys will be out of the trenches. r. Martin leaver besides his bride" r,'l part of the general plan is the eently appeared a series of Inter- - iands." Garrison publshes, Jones, which Mr. l ot. . .. , nuu nQ Hfl Ifn.. Aa- . donation of $20,000 to Oswald Gar ui oA WIaV. ..,t.A WTAr mia ium Hi views or articles exhibiting a shame"Undoubtedly, any slander or ly- - greatly injures Jones' credibility ns a luiu sum me tvaaniugion omce, lor, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. open an offico In Vlllard to less intention in this matter. These nB statement can bo confirmed by tindor Vlllard, would find out what Smith and I greatly regret that he rison of Paducah, and two brothers statements nre mendacious in charac- - portB received from the islands. Mr. should put himself in such an equiv- - Washington to "lend to the prepared- congressmen want big military nnd and two sisters. No funeral arrangeness advocates," as Ford put It. ter and mischievous in Intent. Many Taft has pointed out with entire clear ocal and Indefensible position, ,... .. n - naval expenditures, why they want ments have been made as the memHYirA .lit -- u... JUOl n.l. , ... w of them proceed from sources so In- - ncss WMero BUCh reports come rrom. th and then j tQ defeat fc "Tho justice or the general bers of the family are yet to arrive. ord. the com, as to carry little it any u0 Bald, when suffering from similar scrlptlon or the bad effects of tho paredness people are," said 8esg,on of c warmly, "and just now they aro Others, misrepresentation, speaking with, re- - present policy in the Islands, to which weight oven If undented. Wnnnuniuker I'm Knthasiostlc. Germans Devise Aeroplane'. however, nru fathered by men whoso spect t0 tno American press nndthe I referred In ray comment, does not. making monoy out of this agitation." The manufacturer quotes Wanna-- j London, Dec. 1. A German batHeports from peaco, advocates in supposedly three newspapers In the islands who however, depend on the credibility liamii ami prominence maker as saying: tleplane steered from the bridge like lend weight to tholr utterances. It were supposed to speak the American ot one witness. The success which neutral countries will determine "I'll en in thn nnrl nf tho wnrlrl a steamship 1b described by Baron whether the liner, Oscar II. will bo with you to stop this war." Is inconceivable that even partisan pui,iic opinion, in tho islands, that 'attended our policy in the Philippines Cedcrstrom, director of tho Swedor tho I zeal would lead these men to so stul- - tuey wero engaged n Ford said he thought Mrs. Ford ish Government aeroplane factory at was largely duo to tho admirable cleared for Holland or one Scandinavian countries. tlfy themselves. would accompany him. "'Holding tho Filipino up to con- - quality of tho civil servants who were Soedertclge, who has been visiting Ford 1m Financing; Project. "Realizing that the honor and ( ten,pt, exposing all his suposed vices, tho guiding forco in the bureaus and Mme Boslka Schwlmraer, the Hun aviation centers In Germany, a Reu- Kood faith of this nation were In- anA giving him no credit whatever departments. It was a model colon- Tho Oscar is now on Its way to garian pi'fllilclbt, and Mrs. Phll'u ter telegram from Copenhagen says: volvcd In Its relations lo the Filipino for nny virtues, nnd it may bo that ial service, made up of men who knew Now York nnd Is booked to sail on ItsiSnowden, v!fo .it the Socialist aim- - ' Baron Cedcrstrom, the dispatch people, 1 hnvo absolutely abstained tna reproscnts the reeling or tho ma- - tho languago of the people, tho hls- - regular schedule, December 4. Ford, j her of parliament, aro to bo abroad, states, says that tho entire German from any partisan comment or con- - ,orlty ot tno resident American lnitory of tho government, and Its who is financing tho project, Induced The price Ford will have to pay was aeroplane production is undergoing . .. i duct with respect to this aubject. Manna, n . can wo not. in ... enu, aims. tho company to turn tho vessel over not revealed, but one expert estimate complete revolution, the change be-t- o me uui Tbo United States took over an enor- bo just, and glvo to the whole Filihim and to notify passengers they of the cost of chartering tho Oscar jng niado from light to hoavy Now Policy Introduced. ll mous responsibility which should bo pino people their due? Should we be transferred to another liner. II. for just a trip over was ?100,000. chines, tho latter capable of carry- "In October, 1913 the now policy carrlod out In the highest spirit ot wish tho Filipino .people to Judge waft introduced. It Involved the sep-o- f Ford would not admit, his decision She is u large boat 500 feet long, and inB immense loads, including guns, good faith and altruism, and nil thoso Americans by tho druuken, trucu-- 1 aratlon of Gov. Gen. Forbes and all to charter tho vessel was the result fairly modern, having been built In wireless appartus, petrol bombs and who respect the good name ot this lent American loafers who Invest the (j,0 commissioners nnd tho substltu-smn- ll ot his conference with President Wil Glascow In 1901. slgnnllng devices. country should at least retrain rrom He in Washington yesterday. Ford said that ho would be pleased n son towns of theso islands, living tion of men with no Philippine Describing one such machine on misrepresentation und false statetho fruits of tho labor of Filipino porlence' whatever. Mr. Harrison added ho did not whip tho Idea into to take reporters and representatives wlilcb ho made a trip, the Baron ments concerning conditions. women, nnd glvo us more trouble went to Manila with the Filipino del- concrete shape until after midnight. of press associations along. Bays it was a giant battle biplane ot 'The government instituted in the than any other clement In the Is egate, Mr. Quezon. Ho announced Pord'H Faith Is Implicit. "Just what is tho purpose ot this Improved designs and enormous df- islands by the United States was con- lands?" Ilopeated questions disclosed not menslons, nearly thrco (times the publicly that Quezon had becured his expedition?" Ford was asked. ceived in tho best spirit nnd has, In "To call Into life the neutral coun- the slightest evldenco Ford had a Bz0 of the ordinary albatross type, "Mr. Taft says that what Mr. Jones appointment. Ho gave it out that he the main, boen carried out in tho states in his article was not news to did not caro for American advice, and tries." definite plan as to what ho was going with luimcnso lifting power, great uiostt worthy way. Such mistakes him Mr. Taft. It was unquestion- only wished to confer with Filipinos. to do when he got to Europe. He stability and notable speed and carry-wa- s "In wlint way?" "" as have been made wero only such as ably news to Mr. Jones, because he His partisan attitude was shown by asked what basis he had for be- - jng an unprecedented weight of '.'I'll tell that later." nro inevitable in the conduct of his errand would bring "the mor, artillery petrol and provisions "Has this the backing of the admado it up himself. Honohis declaration, in the jress in affairs. That government hns boys" out of tho trenches. He re- - and a very largo crew, "In a letter written to Gen. lulu, that he took'n sardonic pleasure ministration?" boon continued in tho samo spirit by m "I'll tell that later." iterated that most ot the men fight- Chief of the Bureau ot in turning out Republicans. the ing were sick ot the war. It seemed Col. Iloosevelt Asks that Hit Name be Would Go Despite All Dangers. the present Administration, and con- Insular Affairs ot the War Depart"He discharged at once, upon his considered, ment, dated October 26, 1915, Mr. ditions, governmentally Withdrawn. "Do you Intend to accompany tho to bo simply a tenet ot faith with arrival, McCoy, Collector ot Customs; 30. Theodore Oyster Bay, Nor. were never hotter than they are In the Jones says: him. Sleeper, Director ot Public Lands; expedition?" Philippine Islands today. "I'll bo" eager to go If I can get "The idea," said Vlllard, "Is slm- - Roosevelt announced today that ho Mudo up Story. Leoch, Director ot Printing; Parsons, " 'When I reached Berkeley Au- Consulting Architect; Welch, Assis- - away. And If I manage to get away pjy to erect tho machinery by which had requested the secretary of state "Next 'Logical Step." "The bill which has been pending gust IS Mr. Loomls, of the Oakland tant Fxecutlve Secretary HoKsctt. I'll K 0I that liner oven If I know- peace can bo brought about cxpedl- - ot Nebraska to withdraw his name Assistant Director of Printing; Helin, It niay bo sunk Just outside the har- tously when the time is ripe. This from the ballot for the Republican in the last Congress and which will Tribune, asked me for an for president In the I had against it. Director 'of tho Bureau of Navlga- -' hor. I'm with this thing right to may not bo the right moment, but it nomination Congress than he brought before tho next ' that tho finish, evon though it takes my the proper mechanism Is set up It coming primary election ot exactly In line with all that has But I gave him what he asked for by Is (Continued on Eighth Page.) last cent to carry out the peaco idea, will be possible to Inaugurate steps to state. (heretofore been done In the islands, making tho artlclo a discussion of SEC. (iAKKiSUN ill NJ IhARTFP Ulltll Ulllr - ing "J" '"" "3$ JET "'' nd Po-You pro-Wils- ent tbe-flre- " nation-Philippi- , I t0 J t0lZ '. -- . T" f.nnl S 1 nva u-- I .,. H- I I ma-wi- ex-o- ," ng hu-m- e, Wnr ITns Proved Their Ralvntlon. States. The war, of course, has at- successful finish. UHfiUTAM ifffl'MKI Kvcr slnco It became apparent In ready drawn women nnd children In triumph Is for them a Tho final & question of dogged endurance, and In 1912 that a revision of tho American tho belligerent countries Into call- lines was lngs where they had never been bo;, HAVE REACHED CREST this all the advantages arc with them i Tariff along X llut to nvold now and grave surprises, Inevitable tho wool manufacture of fore, Financial exhaustion, Industrial to reach tho end which they wish to this country has been In a condition attain, and will attain, the allies of arrested development. No other distress, will possess nil Europe for While Teutons Grow Weaker, Al- must tako procautlons against tho condition could reasonably bo antici- years after tho war. There nro no repetition of errors nnd false steps. pated. So long as a spinner or a vast now cheap lands to which tho lies Grow Stronger Pichon weaver in n British mill Is forced by people can turn, as there were so They must bo united, accordant, 0 .faX3ttlmrimmSl- resolute and must work in stern necessity to spin a pound of fortunately In tho United States whon .Reviews the War. yarn or w"eavo a yard of cloth, as our own Civil War had ended. Tho harmony all tho time. full keenest poverty which modern times It is Imperative also that they tho caso may be, for a wage one-haT?85iSS55? should make better use than they or less than Is paid to a spinner or u havo known will fix transatlantic Iarl3, Nov. 27. Germany havo up to tho present tlmo of tho weaver In an American mill for doing wage rates when this present greaton tho war to batter down weapons in their hands. On land exactly tho same kind and amount of est of world's wars has ceased, and Krauce, to turn back Uussla, to huni-l.l- c they have had the advantage In num- work upon substantially tho same unless a vigorous, I'roGroat llrltnln, and to become mis- bers, In training and In quality of kind of machinery", thcro can bo no tectlvo Tariff system has already been tress of the wot. troops. On sea they hold the mas- really successful and prosperous man- established In the United States, this Ho-- , t lion, docs hIio stand after tery. The Ilritlsh fleet of Itself is ufacture In the United States without country nnd its national Industries moir than IB months of Infuriated able to smash the Aitstro-Gcrma- n tho shield nf a ficntilno nnd adequate will bo tho flnnl victims of tho most KtnrRKlc, aftnr lior desperate efforts fleets. Add tho French' fleet, tho ItalDill Dsarintfl Long Wearing I'rotectlvo Tariff. There Is Just terrible tragedy of civilization. In Hclglum, In Flanders, In Lorraine, ian fleet, and tho Russian fleet, and about as much opportunity to dispute o in Poland, In Gallcla, in Courlaud? no comparison Is possible between this fundamental propostitlon as War Without Pain. THE INSTALLATION Kin; has not beaten down France, she Pain Is a visitor to every home and their potentiality and that of the there is to dispute the multiplication fcrui not vanquished Russia, hIio has country where the emperor arrogantMen usually It comes quite unexpectedly. table or the law of gravity. not liuuibU'd ltrltaln nnd she has ly proclaimed that "our future Ilea will still do such things occasionally, But you arc prepared for every emernvier hcon further from becoming on the sea, but they have no right to expect to gency if you keep n bottle of Sloan's Mistress of tlic west. be taken seriously by their fellow- -' Liniment handy. SU11, It remains to utilize this po It Is tho greatest a tentiality to the full. Ax a she has effected . pain killer ever discovered. It remains es men. Simply KJiHIfnl diplomatic maneuver In tho ,,ecialllv to organize In an effective no rubbing re- The truth Is and every soul con- - aM " t,,p skin iiaihans, nun sue nas succcssiuuy lIppr0( ,ilp i.inflka.lps. which as vet u cirives uiu pain nwuy. It Is is invariably rollowea by the discovery that In any way with tho wool quireu pnmrmtv military maneuvers. She havo only operated partially. For nected the bills for ribbons are much less than bemanufacture now knows It tho Sim- - reaI1 wonderful. Jinn tip to tho present preserved Au- some time the English naval forces Mervln II. Solster, Berkeley, Cal.. Tariff for revenue fore. A large corporation recently found stria from Russian invasion. ' She has havo been doing wonders lu the Hal-ti- only has produced In this Industry wltes: "Lnst Saturday, after tramp-a- s that its ribbon expense was cut in two. ravril tho narrows of the Dardanelles They have done very great in other industries precisely the ,nB "round the Panama Exposition guard Constantinople, where harm to tho Germans and can do This is not an accident. It is the result of which result which was calmly and patient- - wlt" wot feet' l came homo with nfy hrr emperor should shortly arrive, much more elsewhere. the mechanical construction that makes the ly set forth before both committees neck so stiff that I couldn't turn. I and put her hand on the east where England has gained remarkable of Congress in the spring and summer applied Sloan's Liniment freely and L. C. Smith & Bros, cheapest to maintain. for a great while she has had her successes in submarine warfare. One of 1313 by those who were delegated went to bed. To my surprise, next Tne ball Dfarins give li(nt touch and eliminate If ram of Moslem domination. can say that she has nearly cleared to represent the National Association morning the stiffness had almost dispounding impact. The rittun is actuated by the Iirt. us look squarely at tho posi- the channel and North Sea of this appeared, four hours after the secTarof Wool Manufacturers at carriage, not the typctur. The ribbon mccnanunt tion and on tho factors favorable formidablo instrument of destruction iff hearings in Washington. the ond application I was as good as now.' From is automatic, so that the ribbon reverses at the into the Gorman cause. Let us note on which Admiral von Tlrpitz counted the time that the radically reduced March, 1915. All Druggists. 25e. 1 stant tne end is reached and without added strain. afro those which arc sources of weak- so confidently. But German sub- duties on wool manufacturers took ness to it, and ask ourselves what marines have succeeded in penetratXo Revenues More Expenses. Low ribbon cost, low cost o. maintenance and effect, on January 1, 1914, to the unwill be the upshot of the cataclysm ing into the Mediterranean and in foreseen Washington, I). C, Nov 30. Nathe highejt efficiency thcc are guaranteed to outbreak of the great Eu'wlik-i-i It pleased tho emperors of Bersitinclent numbers to be a great peril, ropean war, on August 1, 1914, the tional preparedness nnd national reL. C. Smith & 13ro3. users. lin and Vienna to let loose on the and is is in that quarter that the course of events was In every res venues are two problems that go world. Tho time Is opportune to allied fleets must now make their DEMONSTRATION FOR THE ASKING pect what tho spokesmen of this asso- hand in hand. ark. ourselves these perplexing ques- principal efforts. "The Democratic administration ciation has predicted to the national L C. SMITH & BROS. TYPEWRITER C9 tion: nnd to throw 'all possible light An effectivo'blockade of Germany, lawmakers. Imports of foreign proposes the one when It has utterly Horn, Of;, and Factory. SYRACUSE. N. Y. on u situation which cannot be al- an organized hunt of her submarines cloths and dress goods particularly failed to solve the otljer.' lowed to bo in the least obscure. DraLa ia Alt Pnai?il Citfr These aro conclusions reached by and her ships wherever they dare once 300 or 400 per cent, The advantage that Germany can show themselves, the union of cohe increased at 114 Main Street Representative Frederick H. Glllett CINCINNATI, OHIO. and were increasing progressively un r, bopc to reap from her eastern slon of our land forces, the unceas- til the war paralyzed the export com- of Massachusetts, ranking minority are far from making up for her ing manufacture of arms and munift Belgium and member of the Appropriation. commitcheckmate In the west. They will tions, increasing recruiting of sol merce of Germany, France, and checked and diverted tho tee. His statement has greater sigkito her neither Paris nor Calais, nor diers and otllccrs, principally in Hug industrial energies of tho United nificance when it is remembered that WORU.W nor Petrograd. They leave ..,,, and UuBS,Bi a vlBOrous offensive Kingdom. The war with all its price for weeks Mr. Glllett has been in trnxoncoeri tno problems presented in by Italy, later on a general offensive of waste and horror has proved the dally conference with both Democrats Hritnin, France, Belgium, tind Uus-ja- a. on all fronts at tho same hour, with and Republicans of the House In an Their value is nralnly one of all tho energy and all the impulse salvation of tho textile Industries. effort to improve the. present system and of other industries, of America. rmral effect, which must not bo that are essential to victory these This fact cannot bo too carefully of financing government appropria rplw'd. for the conquest of the Ba- are the factors which, as I sco it, recorded, too profoundly emphasiz- tions. lkans and the entry Into Constanti- will prevail against the scattered, on- by observers of contemporaneous The question of revenues is tin' nople aru momentous events. But fnblliiK and exhausting successes of ed, events, who can speak with authori- most difficult problem the DemoOifly will decide nothing in tho prin-ajr.- il armies on secon- tative knowledge of present condi- cratic party must face when Contho Austro-Gerina- u theater or war, the only theater dary fields of battle, and will guar-unt- o tions. For sixteen years European gress meets." said Mr. Glllettt. "Rew&flie there can be a decision. They to us the overthrow of tuo most manufacturers had been waging a publicans have always claimed that can lw a menace to certain French dangerous Europe lias enemies nr Ilritlsh possession'?. They can known since the days of the .Middle losing light for the American mark lack of business efficiency was un et. The marvelous development of inherent and inevitable defect in fnrniih a reserve of men for certain age.!. Uclllcd production In this country, be- every Democratic administration. icntures which are far from easy hind the Protective Tariff, had grad That theory has been abundantly Imho may perhaps say far from reasonColli-- , Need Attention. ually gained a larger and larger share llustrated since March 4, 1913. ably. The kaiser will find thorn a Internal throat and chest troubles of tho American market for Ameri" change "Dllatoriness. vacillation, vani siorious penaciic (plume), a produce luflamation, Irritation, swell- can mills, until many foreign manu- of plans and deficits havo marked viS'tJjW. theatrical setting. ing or soreness aud unless checked facturers who used to do a valuablo tho Democratic fiscal policy. A conI So ;it tho end of the second emat once aro likely to lead to serious business hero had lost their foot- stant excess of expenditures oer repire, slittercd Gen. Bourn in operetI tas, vflilch were the rage of Paris. trouble. Caught lu time Dr. Bell's hold, and thereby lost their knowl- ceipts has been shown by Treasury I loosens tho phlegm edge of tho particular tastes and re- statements. Furthermore, the sudIIvotw Is more resemblance than one bportmen arc willing to lake their chances of I destroys the germs which have quirements of American customers. den change in the form of statements would think between William II and and 'Port ,,,u they wanl certainly in their Hhtlls sY I settled ia tho throat or nose. It is But the reckless sectional slashing adopted on the first of October, Get tlielteminnton.UMC'Wrrow" nnd "Nitro Club" V.rn. Il'jiini. soothing aud healing. Pino is anti- - of the Tariff raten in tho law of Oc whether made for that purpose or the iiteel lined "Speed SlielK." An for ilio weakness which her east- soptic; honey Is soothing -both to tober, 1913, emboldened those for- - not, had the effect of preventing the force Puts ..JVrhl'"'??"?'liot !i Shorter leal. Im sueu.worlc of the ern aOvcutures entails on Germany, gether possess excellent medicinal oign manufacturers, with their cheap easy comparisons and unfairly swoll-lababout aulM-ea- ier In get the "fan one " they tivri us In the face. Not with qualities for fighting cold germs. In rri9",i,l""'lfjl;rwliu'h""' tl,f K"W1 Afar of Rrnfujlo. costs, to make an offort for an- - Ing tho apparent Treasury balance. hx )oupp ri(M. lirsrianlty uocs the Prussian general sist on Dr. Boll's "Xow the other conquest of America, and that Sold by your homo dealer and 303S is go!ng to reiarr .Mfi!rt Its military operations 2Cc an DrUggist8 1 they would havo succeeded to a vory commend enormous other leading merchants in Kentucky appropriations em-- r so nany ironis. it made a tine Rtmin(ton large extent can no more be questionMettllic CirtrMe Co. for the army and navy. Tho serious Ivjjlniiir:, In the war, with admirable Had .Vo Quarrel it li the French, So ed than the ability of any one of the problem will bo how to pay WoolworlhOUU. (233 Broadway) NowYotk Cltr them. prjKiroi'nif3, with immense great armed powers of tho present In tho past Republicans havo been alHeine Quit Army. with troops perfectly traln-ir- f, New York, Nov 26. Heine Scliultz war to break down tho Inadequate lowed no voice in these matters. with inexhaustible munitions and who says ho deserted from the Ger- 'lefensea of this "unprepared" repub- Plans have been formulated by a ljwillfj.s insurances. It Is today man army, was hold at tho Ellis lic. Democratic endorsed srappHr.;' with Insurinouutab:? But the vast European combat, by a Democratic caucus, nnd passed Island immigration station today for Inquiry as to whether he shall be absorbing the energies of thoso en- by a Democratic majority kept solid 'l. On.n: y's armies havo beer, given refuge in America. Scliultz, gaged In It, has given our country by the pressure of party tyranny and Iht -- ecruits are not equal by who arrrived yesterday, a stowaway a certain period of grace. How aro administration patronage. n Ki:it deal to thoso of the first on tho Dutch steamer Noorderdyk, we going to improve it? It Is mani"Whether the samo system will month of the war, her resources are tells an interesting story. fest that our military and navnl re- prevail in the coining session will mill diminished, her munitions hmo lie says ho fought at Liege, Ant- sources uro to bo Immediately and depend, I suppose, upon tho harmony no longer tho quality and quantity werp and the battle of tho Harno, greatly strengthened, if tho will of lu tho Democratic ranks and the newhirli gavo ilium marked supriorlty, whoro the German advance toward an overwhelming majority of our cessities of tho administration. At m anil faith In her ultimate triumph I'aris was first checked, and was u people Is to bo suffered to prevail in all events I think tho funds neces- m Will holp parents develop their sons into I.i But how about our sary for the program should be ra'.s member of the army division which Washington. To eontlnui in these conditions was tho first to be ordered to t. equally industrial defenses? Tho cd by taxation and not by tho salo or m the best typo of citizens and Chribthw. Ui campaign on all tho old fronts moment tho war has ended these will bonds. The proposed expenditures m gentlemen, lis pntionngo is widely scatto rtri'leh It on new, to fight from "Most of them were killed," he bo subject to an attack tho like of for national defonso should not bo m North Sea to the Baltic, from said. 'Mostly I was In little engage- which lias never been experienced or shifted on to our successors, but S3 iho tered and comes from the best homes in tbij Mediterranean to tho Black Sea, ments when I fought. We could not oven Imagined. Tho war will leave flho'ild bo paid from tho current El the South. Its capacity is limited, therefrom tho Adriatic to the Dobphorous, niako out what wo were fighting for. such a ilaming bitterness of hato be- roenucs.. 91 and from tho Caucasus to tho Suez I hadn't anything against ttho French hind among tho combattants that for "This Involves cutting off our .i Mi fore, reseivations should bo made early Oauul I hat is u destiny which must None of us did lu tho trenches. long years thereafter every nation and pruning down our necessim ;ivi pause to think even to those Place your ran in this select gioup of 'Then I got a card that my father will bo hermetically scaled in a com- ties on tho other hand, and Increasing m rlmlfgists wlio aro least Inclined to and brother had been killed. They mercial senso against its enemy. our Inconio on tho other. boys. Write m ttiru'l Xro:n tho most disconcerting died for their country if you like, British and French goods cannot bo "It involves surveying tho field mmpllrutioiiK. ii fcld in Germany or Austria, or but 1 don't want to do that.' from a business and not from a poIt is more than doubtful if even tho or Austrian goods In France or litical or bcctlonal vlowpolnt und Tho soldier said ho formed u plan ctdih! of tho .statue of Illndenburg to desert. Ho dropped out of the Britain. Yet these countries ma it that Is whero I fear Democratic lull-urvculri not bo in borao little degree lines at Voer and flod to Ltllo, where all export in order ro live, and the re Unless tho party can meet tho Fur catalogue and information. Ho. A. iraprtv.-i?d- , and tho famous wood of hn was given shelter for two months vill bo one ;;if.( market open to situation with better business foretbc horn of Troy would bo found big by a Trench girl. Then ho was re- fhem- - tu u: paralleled market of sight and efficiency than It has so tniouU fur burrcplltlous conveyance captured uud thereafter was assign- t'-- 100,00) UC of AmerVa. far displayed, tho current drift tointo vo many places of all tho forces ed to unpleasant tasks, he said. While Run this the wlviio avclancho of ward tho Republican party will nectf ary for conquest. foraging for cattle ho hid lu a cattle mnniimrtmis cf Europe will he a landslide. W&ik Uermauy thua spends Itself train, rodo to Brussels ami thence fjouring in six '.vcek after peace Ins o ccme. 'J in in loo imrtult of Impossible victory, walked to the Dutch border. Hear Tills in Mind. ftetHHse ono.pimnot obtain victory In Wages, ii is jia'i'. havo risen, a'l "I consider Chuinberlaln's Cough u ibis Is merely 'uo Remedy by far tho best medlclno In EW3& tio large u number of regions, tho al-i- h Ouot Her (iooil Health to Clinin2;i'r-laia- 's over Ruropv 4--J taVt" counsel together und pnocunrnAMDDcrcriDcn.e'i:i"!."i.8 d vtai'ii 1'iipeiutlvo but passing tho market for colds and croup," says Tablets. rttavt ui, uI.imku 5i ID t?invr vm. j.lfrwiv.. .1 iviaw fcl vi, J Britain, as tho b&ii K kin tfi,' nivlr a, liow lo uttain nui.l, tru.lo uiHil nils in ritrength. The pacr'1 to of life, lima n Mrs. Albert Blosser, Lima, Ohio. "I owo my good health to ChamI M"''Uiia.N AUCOUHTRICS. Kpoliosmtin of hor government stated berlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. It. G. s .ippalMng, is ull of men, and many Many others aro of tho same opinion. Pnwreil v;fcen everytljlrg sis fiilt. p iw ,'irretfji Wiin.hi.-lofain fWl r ' jttn t"9 patent. la w.rvoua prosiwtio'i und Jnul H to Ua' Chamber, offers them a reser-r- t' Neff, Crookston Ohio. "Two years great European Industries, particu- Obtainable everywhere. "'wim ens niringinunt todies exclusively. m .cauncwea iney ma tho supremo ft 'B Which they can draw Indefago I was an invalid due to stomach larly the textile Industries, aro car remedy, as thousends l.svo tejtifie.1 p 719 UjSm BUmI, star ValU4 EutM tout Offla, I inite!; 'J'liey uro not threatened with trouble. I took three bottles of ried on chiefly Ly women, girls and B "(juturtQTON, D. C. FOR lu hire dI military resources, nor these Tablets and have sltico been In children, whose proportionate emi STOMACH FOR FLETCHER'S it rziauehtl resources, nor of any the best of health." Obtainable every- ployment has been Increasing, and It 13 the best medicine ever told 5 over n drnpj-fct'as lu the United fl means to enable them to fight to a where, in not decreasing, counter. .rw. .. HTllfl1! I GERMAN SUCCESSES Reducing trie Cost of jpiteep1 ? lf cf I L. C. Smitii &? Bros.. ! 1 ypewriters I ' ! mons-Underwo- c. s' I buc-tvs- U i I mm - Plne-Tar-IIon- The Steel Lined "SPEED SHELLS" For Velocity and Accuracy r'lT 1 r ?r? or y. Prc-dden- t IIP Artni-Unlo- n e, (Jlffi-cnN- .ir ilecl-inat.- a i Vaoderbilt Training Scliool a for Boys ELKTON, KY. - i ji-- r J(-- irl 4 lux-urle- ft Got-l.ui- o. 3 S MATHENEY & BATTS g e aMlBaniHffliaEBEH5EEHlH!ngiii5HHS .ir-pl- us bo-co- jt d4-n- ut Jfrfe KlDNt-YJ-IVERAKo Am I -- n Children Ory CASTORIA "" . wrfie y t'lny, Lincoln, Tlldcn, Garfield, Illnlnc U. 8. Army Wow ry u hnp) t)cin Qng Jhnt cmy OF DANi'R l,aJ McKlnley nnd Cleveland wished to extiming. j Starr Is her brother, but thnt sa mis- Kansas C ploit the pcoplo with a fake Issue, tako. Hack of them nil wan "Unflc Novcmj,-- r 0 HUT GlDN'T FLINCH but because their TarlfT views re- iiiKisoii fffffa v,ntor a( ,liny im - iTom' Starr, one of tho most danger Irreconcilable ; PlctVnU flected fundamentally t war, nddrcsslng tho Kan- - ous men thnt ever lived in tho Cherovlown of tho very function of govern .raa Oily Vomrjcrclal Club at Its nn kee nation. Ills nephew, Gcorgo ment. Thoso thoughtless thinkers IIopp) Stnrr, wns Henry Starr's tUV.iuor lioro Thurnday night, ns Not a Man Bit igcd From the IinvQ not read history; they hnvo not "j'ftid Hint tho only way America tnthcr. Hollo Star was tho wlfo of studied economics, they nro mil oven Xoiihl bo riavctl from war would bo to Sam Starr, a son of "Uncle Tom." Lingerie Display at the Hollo Starr lived in tho south pnrt fnmlllar with tlio campaign contrr,?. lir.vo n Tiavy big and powerful enough crelpn of the present generation; i,y .o sUnd successfully against nny oth- - ot w,,at lf " known as Muskogee Fashion Show. aro bllcsfully Ignorant of wlui.',. a Pror navy In tho world nnd "an army couii., m a loneiy re.rcnt in u.i tective Tariff menus nnd hrt Frt.0-Trad- o lg enough to cavo tho country from 'CBC t,n"cr close to tho South Ca very frniik, lm horrors of do feat and humiliation, iindlan river. Tho old house of cs- means, and In Mrs. Uelt AntiBtroiiB NVW York. childish wr.y they that tho d. even Hliould our navy bo destroyed. (lfir loBs' wlth ll Pt,n fireplace, Its Whitney, who was conducting n fanh I etween Free-traded rafters nnd Uo two nnd "Our llttlo, poorly equipped nrmy Ion hIiow in Cohmi'it Thcntor, slopped Mro imaginary, and would not ho able to offer resistance small windows, through which many to tho front ot the rlnge nnd wild: wo need to ti "sane," "Imenough to make n ripple In tho lino a watchful eye scanned tho approach "If tlioro nro any men In thi au thnt nil "buslneks-Hko- " it the enemy's advance," Mr. MqxIiii es to tho place, Is standing now as tlleiico not w'Jili their wlvo who partial," ''rearonahld," Tariff- - -- which means everything said. "Our army would mako Juat It stood then. wish to icavu wo will uo glad to hiivo In tho dooryard Is the gravo of stage of tho pro- tbout one good day's killing. tliMin do no unlotly now, for vo nro to everybody at thin ceedings, nnd would mean absolutely "Suppose tho enemy should lnud Hello Statr, marked by a granite thitigH of Interest stbotit to show f headstone chiselled by Joseph Hnily, to tilt wotiH'ii that iiiuy embarrass llio nothing to anybody in determining v iiosloti or New York, or nt nny of j a r,ral stonecutter. It bears a rude tho busls of Tariff revision. Nothing under no ports between. men." The tariff commission Idea com boRven wo could do would prevent ' likeness of Hello Starr's horse; above A moment before the curtain had j lie Invadera from capturing the en- Its head a star, tiencath It a bell nnd rlucn on ti liuaulUul boudoir trcno. from Germany. As tin administrative Hut Ger tire country between the Allcghcnics in its Haul; n "H. S." brand. At tho In the renter of tho Btngu under n method It la admirable. nil tho fcca within two weoks." Max-m'- h bottom of tho stone is clasped hnnd pink canopy wan n llttlo I'toiicIi lied, many's TarllT commission Is a Pro suppositional invasion was by n filled with flowers. The Inscription TarIT commission. OtherIn ll n pretty youiu; woman all tectlvu and s wise It could never have moved a peg European power at the reads: In Huffy thinvjH for all Mnnhattnn -- BJ3LLK No statesman In Gormaty Is Ignoian STAItH, nncluslun of the present conflict. like a llchiseo ticcoml net. enough to clnlm thnt such a conimls Horn in Carthage, Mo., s, "Any ono of tho groat warring Mr. Whitney did not have to call at Feb. 3, 1848. If victorious," ho said, "would attention to Fire Conunlsuloner nlon could construct n Tnrlff based once upon the theory of buy where Died avc available several million war-le- d AdaniHon's warning about choosing thai Feb. 3, 1889. t ho nearest exit and walking to It. you can buy tho cheapest nnd votcrans for a trial at arms with of buy whero you can do so to the ., mid should that foreign nation be Shed not for me the bitter tears, There were many men In tho Nor glvo the heart to vain reromo of them married and bcr.t ndvantngo of your own Indus'ther England or Germany, It would In gret. odieni of dlffennt conditions of ser tries. The party in powor upontlvr avo a navy far superior to our own, a lid, consequently, could not bo op'TIs but the casket that lies here vitude, hut not a man flinched. Kach Milled States" was elected The gem that filled it sparkles ined by our navy. Hcnco that nn-o- n clung to hie prat and tho entertain- ulatforni which declared n Protective TarlfT to bo Immoral nnd unceiistltu-loita- l. yet. would bo ablo to laud upon our ment proRrcRKCd. Can that doctrine bo disposhorcs its legions of trained fighters, The young woman arose from the In this cabin for mnny years Belle t lulppcd with nil tho paraphernalia lied, and while maids held a very ed of by an algebraic equation or Starr reigned queen of outlaws, givhem leal nnnlysis7 diaphanous Liberty ecnrf before her, ill enginery of war as fast as they ing refuge to every criminal that There is a growing suspicion thnt Mrs. Whitney proceeded to show the mid be brought ovorseas." came that way. In return each gave ho real purpose of much of this A quarter of a million of men, women and their luiHbanda tho geneconomic Inxim said, could bo lauded within her a share of his plunder. If any erally unseen nrtlclea of n woman's 'wnddle nbout taking tho one in tho surrounding country set of that his fnco in the direction of law and month nnd apparel. This was the point of high- lucs'tlnns out of politics nnd running on the ping-pon- g umber brought over every thirty order, ho was marked as enemy ot est interest in a fashion display to the next campaign possiwhMi modistes from nil over tho city rules for 1017 Is to defeat the iys thereafter, if needed. After 'he lawles frequenters of the Belle oy had captured that area, tho Statuesque triolein tripped bility of a Protective revision of the flocked. Stnrr rendezvous, nnd many such continued, for America "there were ambushed and killed. Some down n broad stalrcare into a stage Tariff by creating commission which beginning bo deadmild he but ono way out. room decidedly futuristic in coloring would from the more cautious, shut their eyes and question of whether "We should havo to ransom our-clv- enrs to what was going on, and their and conception, wearing gowns, furs. locked on the o with gold, and tho enemy reward was the protection of Belle Jewelry nnd flu files from tho smart- Protection should bo extended American Industries or whether it ould throw his sword into the Starr's friendship. est shops of Paris and New York. But this, too was durlHg the "ales, ns did Hrcnnus, to mnko good not without danger. To bo suspectThero were evening gowns, morn- should not. Of courso, contlnunnco of such a deadlock the velght. Our captors would tako ing and afternoon costumes, some of ed of aiding even by silence, the outof our homes and of our wom-- n, lawry at her homo was to drav the them stunning, others adorable and iresent Tariff would rcmnin in force. Secretary McAdoo is a strong partifor to ovory household would be eninltv of the Deputy United Statej delicious, to quote Mrs. Armstrong, san of tho present Tnrlff, and ho intotalled a certain numtTor of officers Marshals that rode the country, nivl and others just queer. withdrawing the or privates to bo fed nnd entertained. Mrs. Whitney criticised American dorses the Idea ot liiestion from future decisions of tlie You would no longer be masters of many ot these officers were no lets women for concentrating on a few cruel. bo fool- your own households, but the officers styles and mnklng them common, nnd people. If the people could a wholly Belle Stnrr was not ed Into thinking that the mere crea- in charge would bo masters of ceremanher exhibit wn3 arranged In a l?he coarse unimaginative woman. tion of the Tariff commission would monies. ner to illustrate their mistake Of wa touched by the Mifferlng of Tho they question "While all the other nntlons of the the sixty or more models shown nil "solve" the Tariff she loved to sing the old rendering world aro armed to tho teeth, and were distinctive, nnd tho general im- might be prevented from "weepers," accompanying herself on Proof arc still arming and lighting for the pression wns that one might wear al- a verdict in 1916 in favor tho Ifiultar, and on occasion could basis of future Tariff most nny stylo and bo fashionable. tection as the an Immediate Projec- mastery of tho world, it is the ex- discourse upon subjects that appealtreme of Imbecility for us not to nrm Tho most striking pointers one gath- revision, with Tnrin and the also. "Wo are forced to decide wheth ed to polite society. But also she ered from the models nnd Mrs. Whit- tive revision of tho a pirate. Her rocould swear comment wero that creation of a tnrlff commlslon after er wo will kill our enemies in ney's rnpld-flr- o mantic inclinations were shown in the German model to search out the or allow our enemies to kill furs of all kinds aro being used as the bright colors of her garments changes. trimming, thnt pantalettes are being Tacts that recommend future repub- us. when she went riding to the towns. Hut so long as wo retain a worn, because, as she paid, they are "If this sountry should be invaded If she ever shed human blood there government In the and wo should send our young men Is no authentic record of it. She vis"modest, comfortablo, sanitary, nnd lican form of of to tho front without adequate preconvenient;" thnt ribbons aro com- United States tho determination ited the families In her vicinity. and National paration, ing in again, that there are more the economic policies of the it would bo merely to sacGoverumci r will remnln n suhl;ct of rifice them in a shambles of slaugh- won the affection of the women, carthan 250 designs for collnrs and ing for them in their sickness and an nnd short popular determination. Under ter. Wo do not want to do this thing. sleeves, that So Belle Starr autocracy these policies are determin- It is your duty it is tho duty of all carrying them food. sleeved wnlsts aro good under short they nre de- of us to use our brains, our mouths, is not without her apologists and deJackets, and that velvet and wool lin- ed by the few. Here fenders in that section. many. Efficiency our pens and our money to tho full ings nro being used in coats nnd termined by tho Recently Mrs. Mabel Jones, of silk may bo promoted by tho denial of to defeat the propaganda of perniJackets qulto often instead of now old woman, who knew to domocracy, but not calculated cious pacifism. and satins. Belle Starr In the old days, was country feel make the people of this 'Wo nro tho richest couutry In tho disposed to trade liberty for an ef- world, nnd wo can very well afford shown a photograph of Belle's grave. Are Merely TarllT Straddicrs. n tho cltl-je- n national insurance; and we must in Tears filled the eyes of the old The Chicago Tariff Commission ficiency which subordinates pointed to a sumach as ecn to tho point of sacrificing sure in time of peace. Look at l.eaguo plans a Tariff that is to comnear tho grave and said: "I plan'.ed exaggcr- -' England, France, Russia. Think of Protection and him to the ambitions of tho bine the Free-Trndrtnte Tho fact stands out thnt, the vast burden tho taxpayers of thai sumach; Belle told me once that principles, and, Tariff for revenue the wanted me to plnnt a sumach at our when it' finishes that Job, will doubt- despite all this "bunk" about in- thoso countries will havo to bear in grave when sho was put under blundering economic method, wo future, nnd how much greater that litr less proceed to square the circle and was twining red money currency. creased tho national wealth of the burden will be than if would have 1'icund. She envolvo n lint sound lieavcs on the bridle of her American people between 1900 nnd been had thoso countries been as well It issues a statement in behalf of Its riding horse when she as'ced the particular kind of a straddle Tariff 1910 by ti larger amount thnn by prepared as wan Germany. nm to make this promise, ?A';lng: total wealth accumulated cither "Tho chief lesson ot tho present commission by Frank (J. Logan, deUnited Kingdom war is that we should prepare against 'You know, Joo' she always on lied scribed as n retired capitalist and Germany or tho me Joo 'I always loved red leaves patron of nrt, litcraturo and mat- throughout nil tho centuries of their war. From every sense of obliga of tho sumach." This was under tho tion; from every sense of economics; Logan development. ters of general welfare. Mr. Mrs. Jones has a Winchester rifle Protective policy, and it is a waste of from every senso of duty nnd reli j,tart4 his disquisition as follows: wind nnd Ink to undertake to de- gion, wo should get ready and lose which Belle Is said to hnve owned "In tho evolution of civilization and for which Belle enrried her purpose of tho American no time nbout it." and in the marvelous progress that feat tho one on cacli side of her people to make it tho permanent fist has been nmdo nloug nil linen of saddle. policy of tho nation by n decision Why You Hhouhl Uso Chamberlain's human endeavor, tho world has come cal box, whoro all great Mies Alice Robertson, postmistress Cough Itcinedy. to better understand and appreciate nt tho ballot at Muskcgeo is the daughter of a bdence, the governmental policies arc determined valuo of applied tho Hocaueo it has an established repu missionary who for jcars was at the republic. To attempt to distort value of deep thinking and careful In a . wholesome, intelligent Idea of a tation won by Its good work. Talahasseo Mission, north of Muskoplanning: tho reniarknblo records tho Because It Is most esteemed by gee. Ono day Belle rodo up to tho Tariff commission to determlno tho Gor-ga- s made by Generals Goethals and lodging, say which Protectlvo revis- thoso who havo used It for many at Panama, by Edison and Mar- basis upon Tariff may bo made into years, as occasion required, and aro mission and asked forand her horse ing she was pursued ions of tho coni In their .special fields, and James on tho Issue involved ns best acquainted with Its good quali- waB lame and cxhauetcd. Belle reJ. Hill, tho empire builder, with his a straddle mained there three days, borrowed between Protection and policies In- ties. railroads Uicbo nro concreto examDecauso it loosens and relievos n a horse when sho departed, leaving with Protection Is to Inples of efficiency trains. Tho busi- consistent cold and aids nature in restoring her own until she should return for movement, for tho only kind ness of tho world Is being revolution- jure tho has nny the system to a healthy condition. it. Several years afterward Miss Robbeing eliminated and of Tariff commission that ized, waste is Because it does not contain opium ertson was with her father at Eufau-l- a, basis in common eenso or tho slightbetter methods aro coming Into vogue or nny other narcotic. prospect, of being adopted. nt an Indian council. Hello Starr Applied Bcienco is tho order ot tho est Because It is within the reach of was In town, dressed In a gaudy buck day, and, in duo courso, it will revnil. It only costs a quarter. Obtain- skin dress nnd hunting shirt, with a Laughter AlclH Digestion. olutionize our method of doing m Laughter is ono of the most health- able 'evorywhoro. pistol in her belt. Tho dining-roothings. ful exertions; it is of great help to at the hotel was crowded at dinner tho peo- digestion. Is it not remarkable that A still moro effectual help Hello Starr lias Boon Dead Twraty-fil- x time, nnd when Belle entered tho onple of this country have stood by in a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. Ycare, but Her Fame Survive. ly 'vacant seat was beside Miss Robwhile politicians havo been tinker- If you should bo troubled with IndiTho Starr family.of Muskogee, Ok- ertson. Belle recognized her and aping with tho Tariff for three gener- gestion glvo them a trial. They only lahoma ono member of which, Heu parently wns greatly confused by reaations without making a vigorous, cost a quarter. Obtainable evory-whor- ry After dinner Stnrr, tho Cherokee outlaw, recent son of her garments. detormlnad ctTort for a moro efficient m ly was shot and captured In the llttlo she went to her room and put on a glvo the method and one that will town of Stroud after he and his com- plain dress and laid usldo her pistol, buslnes ot tho country an opportunpanions robbed two national banks and was the prim of propriety as ity for proper1 development? I remained in daylight has Included some of long as Miss Robertson Dilettantes like Mr. Logan do not tho worst and somo ot the best citi- there. Wh'eu Mies Rbbertsoa'aath-e- r know that as betwoen the doctrine For Wants and Chlldrem Belle died Belle cried in recalling bow zens of Oklahoma. Though of Protection and that ot Froo-Trad- e Years Starr baa been dead twenty-it- x years bo had befriended her. Missinobcrt- tho very In controversy has raged from io lumiv ibui..bci killed by anmsMMra tier famq.aa son bcclnnlngs of this government, not Always bean "more Binned against than an ontUw orershadowa that ot moat j Starr HamStgotrurcof Jrecauw "were politicians" Ilka 'ot her kind in this part of tbe conn- - sinning. Jackson, Calhoun, Madlion, Children Cry for Fletcher's VVK ySNSNNVSVSXV!ViS iil rs fimokc-bcgrlmc- Tho Kind You Have Always ttonght, find which litut Iiccn in tiso for over UO yearn, Iiaa borne tfio sIjTiiultiro oC and haw been mado under h'st pcr- yff s"nal CZsCttZsZjfz,, AMnw siilicrviKion slr.c-- !(.- in fancy. 'ZcSU44 no ono to deceive you in thLi. All Counterfeits, ImihitioMi anil il ' are Experiments that irlflu with .and endanger t!o licaitftIni5 nC Infants and Children Experience against HsncriiniaiU - c - Jrsf-tu.-jjoo- .rut-clap- Cnstoria is a harmless srtb.sUrufo for Captor Oi3, Part-gorl- c, DroiiH nnd Sootbitur Mjrun.s. It in pTciwant. 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College KY. ilton, &&& , Incorporated KMrVjpjSSBOraO, u -' n i1inhlM. H i i who first Loulsvl;io A crios "Hold, enough!" Herald. -- o HANGED TO TKII MOB --J BY RCfrulillrnns Expect ChlniRo to Get '" Tho Convention. I Chicago, Nov. 27. Hotel rcserva-f)ii- 9 for Republican delegates from Ftntca have been made here, it Negro Wiio Assaittl ?o known todav In anticipation is Stru i.f .1 hi the 10 1C Republican nntlonal mlon will 'o warded to Ifl o Senator John W, Mcoks, of Mas- - .. llr.- . - ll "" " ;rf ct'v ''o Masf""'" ". I'ltr 'rr'" i u entire floor Henderson, Ky., Nov. 20. A mob Uq delegation, cU and n niltc of about thirty masked men took El M"'"iv rnn" former United States Senator. ' "v York, Pennsylvania, Illinois, ''t'o. Indiana, Minnesota and Iowa mi br,',t'' CO vation hnve I"dlvldtial t"mcs of ei W. "-r''- - been made. t which reser Mann, of Illinois member of tho t'vMa"a state central committee, and Tor President 191G Joseph R. Keallng and David CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS, both of Indianapolis. of Indiana. Republican national committeemen will meet in Washington on Decem14 to decide whero tho party's And now Italy is about to get in ber convention is to bo held. of American charity. Say, where need 1b this busincs going to end. RovlWon of Insurance Ijiuvs Con- R Mul-vnn- FRIDAY1, DECEMBER 3. reservations Include tho former Vice President Fairbanks, James P. 'n"'rl"li, of Indiana; Myron T. Her-- -' James o" Ohio; Congressman e, -We, the Jury, find the body before us to be that of Ellis Ruskncr, and that he came to his death by the hands of persons unknown to us. W. H. Stowart, Aaron Locket, Pete Sommers, Walter Vlckers, L. Elam and Thomas Johnson; W. H. Davis, Coroner. Jailer Abel", Chler Graves and Offtain. icer Head testified before the Jury. Representative Martin has written being made today by ofEfforts are ficials to locate members of tho mob, to tho Ways and Means Committee regarding committee assignments, but so far without success. but had had no reply. It is probable that committee place for the ProgresSpecial Notice. sives will bo discussed by the majorexpects to occupy Everybody who ity and minority leaders later in the Election Frauds. explosion of four tons of black powa seat la the Star Theater must pay week. All 10c. The Elizabcthtowu News urges der In tho upper Hagaly yard of tin the regular admission Speaker Clark will reach Washingchildren, unless an infant in arms, ton tomorrow to participate in Dem- Circuit Judge Layman and Common- Dupont Powder Company. It wa worst must are included In this rule, and ocratic preparations for the opening wealth's Attorney Moorman to break nnj oi accident hat has occurred at mo company's plants in be provided with tickets before en- of Congress. up election crookedness in Brecken-rldg- e quarter of a century. tering the main show room or they . county by Democrats, at the The cause of tho blast Is unknown will be required to pay boforo' the Educational Meeting N'oCreek, Desame time calling attention to fla- According to astatemont Issued by entertainment starts. cember 10. company tho orlglt. "probably E. G. BARRASS, Mgr. grant 19t4 Program for the Teachers and Pa- licans violation of the law by Repub- will always in McCreary county. Says tho remain mystery "f trons meeting of Educational DivisNevertheless the company's oflldaU Democrat Parting in Cloturo Row. ion No. 1, to be held at Alexander News: "Now we havo two concrete in- have Instituted a moht searching InWashington, Nov. 30. Democrats Schoolhouse, Dec. 10, 1915. stances before us In the recent elec- vestigation. of thp Senate will resume their cau9:30. Opened by singing. 9:4G. There was a rumor afloat that cus tomorrow, prepared for a lively School Fairs, the Good Derived from tion, one done us in the interest of agency may havo discussion over a report from the Them E. C. Balrd and D. E. Ward. the Republican ticket in McCreary some outsldo county and the other done in the in- caused tho cxplosion.but tho Dupont recomSpecial Rules Committee, 10:00. How may Spelling be Taught terest of the Democratic ticket iu officials said tonight there- was not mending a modified form- - of limita- to Obtain the Best Results? J. T. tion on debate. Senator Owen, chair Hoagland. 10:15. Tell how Agri- Breckcnridgc county. In bodio seven a shred of evidence upon which to man of the special committee, said culture and Domestic Science may or eight precincts In McCreary coun- hang any theory. Nearly all of the victims of the exoninht he expected a victuro rule be Taught in the Rural School W. ty the certificates in the back of the ballot books were raised, erasers plosion were young men, between would be approved by tho caucus C. Browder. 10:45. How Nature nnn later meet with appro a! in the may be Correlated with other Sub- showing that they were raised. Tho biti'cn ana twenty-on- o years. Near- filled out and held by tho ly all lived in nnd about Wilmington. Senate. jects Artie May. 11:00. Discuss certificates The explosion There are certain to be honu Ocm-crat- s, tho ways in which tho Teachers' officers of election show conclusiveoccurred In the however who will not be com- Meotings may bo Improved Ozna ly that the vote for Morrow was rais- pncklng Iioiiko where the black pow-di- r ed from twenty to thirty votes iu the pullets were prepared for shipmitted tn support the measure. 11:30. The Community Shults. Among the majority Senators oppos- and the School Dudley Westerfleld. books of these precincts. ment. These pellets were used fur "In Breckenrldgo county, iu the rillis and other purposes, much ot ed to radical revision of tho rules arc 11:45. How to Teach History W. precinct of Hudsonville, (largely Re- tho powder. If not all, being shipped Clarke, of Arkansas; Hardwick, R. Cnrson. 12:00. Noon. publican), the ballot book was sent to tho warring nations. Georgia; IlitcJironV, Nohnrka; 1:15. Explain a Method that may 'PI with 300 of tho ballots stamped !.. New York; Huukhead, Ala- bo Elementary there "" iiaKiiiB .iinuso wai situated Iu used in Teaching under tho Prohibition device. When j the valley along tho historic Bra.uh bama; Vardaman. Mississippi, and Arithmetic Marvin Hoover and tho Democrats and Republicans at wJne creek. It was one Ovomui'i, North Carolina. They nro John Hamilton. . of u to How 1:45. Hardinsburg, or rather Judge lias-we- ll cauexported to light tho report in of small buildings which mu. M. Wright Eliminate Tardiness T. and Henry Dollavcn Moorman, P tiio plant cus on tho ground that revision of the and K. S. Howard. 2:15. How to At ru'ts hould not 'bo roadu a party Conduct Seat Work In Primary agreed upon a plan to keep the peo- .'tfl irnnl, n. . Ilt.i i... I.... "w" " "'Mlt f.HOMlll nil, llf llllu lliwlm-- l Trnni l.iulno !,!.. "- -" n ensure, and later to opposo it in the Grades ""j w;s heard, follnwml by another a Mrs. Birdie Mldkiff and votes, a Democratic officer of tliu trlllo heavier, F.cuulc, contending that tho Senate Zoda Raymond. 2:45. At what ago election prevented any quickly succeeded b election from a terrific blast should not tlo itself down with tho and by what method should that rocked the whole being held." similar to those udoptwl Teaching of Arithmetic Begin W. valley ami shook nnd startled WiTho llreckenrldge county case i. lmington. In the House. R. Carson and C. B. Shown. 3:30. L-Mindful of opposition within the Reading of program and adjourn- not fully stated by the News. Tliu A great column of smoko rosi samo devilment 'was done iu other party, champions of cloture arc en ment. from tho spot where tho pucking precincts. deavoring to phase the rule so it will . MARLISSA FOSTER, Sec'y. In ono form or another election ir- house had stood, and when tho cloud bo satisfactory to several progressive i regularities and crookedness have disappeared thero was only a big Republicans, whoso votes they exNotice. been coming in from Breckenrldgo holo left In tho ground. pect to win. They plan to recommend elected Urey Wodson to fill Uie vn- Tho worklngmen who survived tho parties having claims against county for several years. Wo have All cancy caused by the. death of J. C. jOil Company Makes IUk Strike In a' rule along lines suggested by Sentremendous blast said tho scene wiw Norris, of Nebraska, whlchwould the estate of James W. Burden, de- - learned to expect this in the rough ono C. Mayo. ator Kbtill Field i , ,.. of though they now deWhereas, Irvine', Ky., Nov.30. Tho Now limit each Senator to three hours' .ceased, present them properly proven mountain counties by Republicans, standing horror. From ovory tree loft In tho neighborhood thero but in a law abiding community like on a given measure and fif- within 30 days to .Oil Company has inado a big debate clare that election to have been Adrar., Breckenrldgo county, it hns occur- wbb hangiiig oithor pieces of ilesh.or PHILLIP T. SMITH, valid only until tho next Democratic strike in an oil well on tho property, teen minutes on amendments, no Fordsvillo, Ky. red so frequently that the pcoplo. of garts of clothing worn by tho unfortate convention, they did not say of Jesso McKlnncy at, a depth of time to bo extended without unnnl-mo- 22t3 neighboring counties wonder that it tunate men. consent. so, or' mean so, nt that time. about COO feet. Defora , tho tools For more than a quarter of a mlio pro tempore of the Miners Caught In Wrecked Klmft. has been tolerated bo long. It is tho A president Whereas, for good and sufficient could bo .taken from the well the oil around tho scono or the explosion Boomer, W. Va Nov. 30. Three county of present Commonwealth's reasons they havo now 'seen a great rose 300 feet, and In twenty fourJ Senate and vice chairman of the tho ground was strewn with arms, Jight, and, hours', pumping the well produced caucus will be elected tomorrow. hundred miners were outombed today Attornoy and he, with the backing of legs and bits of flesh. Even a trow Coal the Circuit Judge, could now ferret in Mlno No. 2 ot tho Boomer Whereas, grateful for tho wisdom 201 barrels, Wbilo somo opposition has across tbo Brandywlne was hung of Senator and Coke Company here by a blown-o- out these tbeives and send them to to bestowed upon them, they now ver- This la said to be the beBt oil well with ghastly shreds or clothing and shot, followed almost Instantly the penitentiary. Ify and" confirm tho action of the in the State and Is lpcatodln thornld,- - .Clarke, of Arkansas, as president pro Let us hope that tho. officers in parts of human beings. Democratic .statu convention in elect die of thu Estill .county field now be tempore, becaueo of his revolt last by two otther explosions of less vioThe packing houBo was of frame, twenty-fiv- e thirty McCreary county will llkewlHo puntah pr tag V. B. Haldcman. ing developed. There are some fifty session, 'against the ship bill, no can- lence. All but eighteen by twenty feet. Not a bit ' which,1 and wuctd producing iwells, In. thcKptlll field lp- - didate bos appeared to oppose, him, of the men. had mado their way to tbo: election' crooks down there. From aim of '' of it was found. more, when qne Urey Woodson-icatedc-vor- , a ericlt,orjr.'pyer,la milo, and. hlB election seemed assured 'to- - tho.open, alr.by 3 .o'clock, and Sup- Owensboro Meeengen, . . erintendent-E T. Ifndder expressed i a comes' to 'object and exoept ex post wide and sojpeJyft.nles.lQpg. .. St Wprljqam w Blowa to Deatfe. Spy oral 'Senators, U' is said, plan the belief hat tbey would, bo saved, judgments being notorlouly., y oloRuiient,pfb.-.Wt':cl- f th.,s.fr Wilmington. Del., Nov.". 30. Thirty prpoifl,.MTheL?lJ,l lo c'n11ven'rnovpro"cealhg8 tomorrow- assUHUCwere ;warkjng. tack, .in tho. . . prejudiced ; wo; jlook. forward io& o one workmen were killed' aad terra tpicat Democratic love feast. ' cxtcntvof this field has'iot becn'dc-h- t wHU BDeoches on' the subject' ot par-- mlB-- bww4.ycre-.t&- e explosion Wrlfto faulty wounded today t ty solidary?, For vice ohalraun, d be be termlned. to It, boys, and d template!. Conferences which have been hold rnnnfv past few weeks by the Ken are forward steps along educational for the itucky Fire Insurance Comission and Take an interest in them lines. (representatives of the National Flro Underwriters with a is u certain automobile firm Board of tcro to formulating the principal which is getting Just oodles of free view Ideas of a new Insurance law for advertising hero of late. Wc, as Kentucky to take the place of all exobject. isting laws came to an end last night. Mr. man. That horse you left No statement was given out as to standing in the cold rain the other what has been agreed upon, but day is not sulking today. He is apparently both sides were satisfied. atiff and sore. You should also be All phases of the Insurance situation stli. and sore, but not from the same In the state were carefully consider ed and the laws of the State of Mascause. sachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania Why such an increase in explo- and North Carolina were thoroughly sions of powder plants. Surely the discussed for the purpose of learnfact that the allies are buying al- ing what may be incorporated in the most the total output of U. S.' Ammu- proposed draft, the preparation of nition factories can throw no light on which was intrusted to John M. Scott secretary of the commission. The the situation. latter said that, In view of the fact We hope tho several churches of that Frank C. Greene, of Carrollton, Hsrtford will get ogether and have a one of the members of tho comcommon Christmas tree this year. mission, had to go home last Sunday It would be much easier to carry out on account of illness, it was felt that and much more convenient for those the conclusions reached should not who have presents to place. If San- -i be made public until he had been Clans is at one church, how can made acquainted with them. he also be at all the others at the Immediately after the meeting the same time. One big tree for the representatives of the National whole town wlllbe much bolter at Board of Fire Underwriters, who attended and more enjoyable ' tended the sessions, left for their respective homes. They are David Rum-seLets all exercise a little Judgment of Chicago, vice president of the this year in doing our Christmas shop- Continental Insurance Company; S. ping. Every dollar spent hero in Ohio mancounty stays here in circulation. It Y. Tuppcr, of Atlanta, Southern ager of the Queen Insurance Compaq Is a well known fact that money ny'; A.G. Dugan, of Chicago, Westsent to mail order houses never comes ern manager of 'the Hartford Insuriwtck and often the goods ordered ance Company; O. B. Ryon, of .Chiare nover seen. Money spent in your cago, general counsel for the Nation own community goes to pay the exal Board of Fire Underwriters; C. H. penses of your churches, your public Coffin, of New York, prosident pf the Institutions and good roads are built Niagara Insurance Company. with it. Such a small amount of 3 money comes into counties like ours Widespread Plot to Destroy Wnr Mu- having no grea t manufacturing nition Plants. plants, it behooves us to keep our bus Cleveland, O., Dec. 1. Federal Jncss confined to home iudustrios so and county officers today were infar as possible. vestigating a "confession" which A plan for a rural credit system is they say was made to them in the being advocated at Washington which oilicc of Prosecuting Attorney Cyrus Is to be run on the same basis as tho Locher late yesterday by Dr. E. W. German Lamlschaft. The plan will Ritter, in which Ritter is claimed to renufre a readjustment of both State have told of having knowledge of and National laws in regard tn valid- - nlots aG3nst munition plants in the ity of titles to land. The L.indscliaft United States. ultUcr Wils arrested on a charge organization of land-- 1 is a owners which may icsuo bonds withlof Pissing a worthless check for ?50 the permission of tho government. It " Mls3 Clar0 Darl)y- - n is boinB hns a board of directors and resein- - .1,el(1 ln $5'000 ,mU untn the 8tory blcs our national banks .system in Inderal officials say he told can be that a charter Is required. Tho plan probed. Among the items In Hitter's benefits both tho lender and the bor-- 1 and tho bonds) uro said to lm'leBel1 confession was tho claim that safer than government bonds. In '' r,i' a,n,! u Emurlch W. Rittter d Germany the Landschuft bonds have vo" Reitnghe. bou of a former lrIim Cmml ,ini1 !l former officer In this Ftraln of war times and are still much In demand. The rate of ''oth the Austrian and German navies Interest Is low but the security is Today, however, letter denied to newspaper men that ho Is the son of gilt edged. a Count. ' m WIIKKEAK. Ritter claims that ho is, tho inven- Whoreas, tho Kentucky statu ecu-- ! tor of "liquid fire," officers say, and tral and executive ciramittees didn't that ho has been experimenting their own mind when they tcnslvel'y-witit in tho local fields. hnM fit vnrtna nlnpna In tfila These teacher's mctlngs which are pub-iisho- rs, lis Duckner, a negro, from the Jail hero early Sunday morning and hang ed him to a trco on tho banks of the liio river about three blocks from the Jail. Duckner was charged with detaining against her will Mis Katio Har- din while on her way homo from work Friday night So quickly did the mob accomplish It swork that not evon the police were aware anything had happened until" the victim was swinging to a limb. None of the members of the mob Is known here. Members of tho mob awoke Jailer Abel at 2 o'clock in the morning and informed htm of their Intention. Tho Jailer pleaded with the mob not to take the negro, but was held prisoner while other members of the mob went to the Jail and forced Deputy Jailer Grayson to unlock tho doors. Buckner was then quietly taken out nnd lynched and the mob dispersed. As soon as the mob dispersed and Jailer Abel secured his liberty the police were notified and began a Search for the body, which they found in a short time. They were unable to discover any members of tho mob, however. Tho Coroner's Jury, after hearing the evidence, returned the following I tho names of Senator Pomcronc; fit Ohio and Lowis, Vf Illinois, h&Vo licen mentioned' Ways and Means Committee T' i Miaunimo continued nt work nil la 'endeavoring to readjust thu coni- iitfrt to t ko care of tho greatly d P.on 1M'nn mlnoTlty. Their tnk not yet halt done, must bo com- -' '!i tiro or the Hottso Demo- .re raucuj, Saturday night. , 'including "" T'ltrbi". who is opposed to , " i lmlnlstr "Hon defense program, " 'rrctrofi to have ngrced that in organising tho Military and Naval ., ..,. ,, ii MUV.O ,i IMI.H- - mivriiui iivj llio turbanro of tho balance of views ns to army and navy Increases that existed in the last Congress. It is stn- -' ' In tho slito oarh Democratic vacancy except ono left open on tho military and two In tho Naval Conini,tlCM , nl,C(, ,,y n member of the same views on defense, as the former committeeman whoso place he crrrn-'t'ceiiirnT-n. A CLEAN - UP IN LADIES' ,, ,,,. w ft vy AT nf SUITS We Tin cost is no object. tales. The old rule of equal division between tho North nnd South In the selection of committee members wnr adhered to and seniority was observed all along the Hue In advancements. Assignments ngreet1 .ipon include Stephens, Mississippi, chairman of tho Elections Com mitt to No. 1; Morgan, Louisiana, chairman of Elections Committee, No. 3; Engan, New Jersey, Member of Appropriations; Ashbrook, Ohio, chairman of Coinage, Weights nnd Mensurcs; Cantrill, Kentucky; Chairman Industrial Arts and Expositions (if he desires); nnd Morrison of Indiana, chairman of have about fifteen Coat Suits and we propose to sacrifice the price according, to the style and materials. 2 Suits, $12 to $20 marked down to each $5.00. 2 Suits, $12 to $20 marked down to each $7.50. One lot of Suits, regular $25, $25, $27.50 and $30 suits. Your choice of this lot at each $10.00. 1 Patents. The Committee on Expenditures In the Postofflce Department will have t,o be mnde over all of Its Democratic members having failed to return to Congress. Chairman Kitchin said tonight he expected to flluish the committee selections by Friday. Whether the six Progressive Representatives will choose a leader and attempt to opcrato as a dlstinot party this year is doubtful. As yet they have held no caucus nor mado arrangements for one. The two Progressives who are here, Stephens, of California, and Martin, of Louisiana, said today their plans were uncer- 2 Suits, $16 and $20 values, marked down to each $10.45. One lot of regular $18 Suits. This lot at each $12.95. verdict: I I E. P. Barnes Beaver Dam, I h Think of buying Coat Suits at these prices! .,; .. 1 a ai win pay juu iiu lUUli ai these Suits. high-grad- e .,-- ii. & Ky. I Bro. I I e y, af -- l!-- e - I semi-offici- ... laru-grou- cr 1 ! I Aus-sttoo- - w Dd-ma- in us ut De-fac- to 9 t ritory-ls.iB.rapi- - Children Oxy t &MMSS&fiMM3WMS9&tW$&fe r , i JP ? JT iHiiiuiciy ;: Reduction 5 ii i Now Oj?jfji3jji2jCOyji3jC v ic Mf Mr ? lliiii Our Millinery Season ? Is fast coming: to a close and desiring to close out our entire line, we have placed them on sale AT A BIG REDUCTION If you intend to buy, we invite your inspection of our splendid stock. We are convinced that we can please you in style, and are absolutely sure that the price will be satisfactory to you. Don't forget this and remember that It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money, 2toZ&C)G fSsVPSSSflttSSS03SSS3SS Hartford Republican. FIUDAV, IIBCKMIIEB 3. morning, Cbiincll hotel yesterday II irry Bales, of llockport, walked out caylng ho was going to look for work and would bo hack shortly. Ho had not returned at midnight His young bride, penniless and Sheriff Keewn tins established a friendless turned to the police last record of $C2,000 ttx collections for night for assistance In locating her tho month of iNrtvcmber. Talk alraut hUBband. She Raid her husband loft tho ho a busy place You should have seen When ho did tho BherlffB 'olllco Mondny tinA Tuos- - tel Monday mornm; car-"- " v ''H'jIin'ttBM' jj-not 'return rt C o'clock last night, day. slC became worried. Tho special entertainment at tho .. A The tnuplo came here Sunday with ill H't liiiix i ov nri wiy. tflaf Vim .(i .ii il pro in ( iilogc liall tomorrow cvcnii-:m- ipi nhnn of making their home. t. i. K i -- in a i Isvs to H ti i un get I hi, fieht ch ice. i.tro treat. T formerly lived at Hart' who will entertain tho au-- 1 Mrr. Hales -. .. IS t Min r- - .H. Immuncr lavs ilvink ford, Ky. if nee comes bore with a good record ' it Bales Is described by his wife as - IVM .1 S'ntl HI ill vviiitn mill money mi n h spfal.er "r n'llUiy. being about five fectnlno inches tall, l noil lurp'M Miih oi'thenVvift At the hour of nolng to yrcsa the smooth face, dark complcxloncd, In. Mi1". I ll ull 1 tst news o Mr. C. M. Harnett, r wore n dovo colored hat, blue cont .1 W'til'V, "I m ' jmiiIf, niiiinoii(l8, Eiu-tiuait" Trtim it Fmlo Inflrm-tilmt iho and trousers and buttoned shoes. He ii ii a line of everjlhii fp in. -- i i t .yel ilatldcd woro no vest. Ho Is 28 years old. K iiik- -, Nnflivllli j n tlu Allison is Every wll Mini riiMi i iv - " m 110 tit lift- WVwante inr.ilrclinan In tho city waa ,i mi I ho 01 ni. ost u-- a; J n in oj Captain Andrew FrlM'.o I lu ' structed .nice tin ynir. In buying we in u fow i!ah to look for the man but ho had not s thiiit otri'i In fort nnd Tw.mtx:. mijr.ii i)..iii.r i ll i open been located at midnight. The Hkatlng rink will ho regularly every Friday and Saturdaj C i (' In p uj t'UMiitni'if lire .'oing togvttirisr flights. In order to give tho young Turkcjs Wanted. nl In a token of uppieciution tit' h. io" benefit t' ' whi'-l- . ladles nn opportunity to learn to That we may get poultry on the skato the rink will be open to them eastern market for tho Christmas patronage. lev cry Saturday afternoon. holidays, we will load at Dundee, B. J G. CASI3BIER. Mgr. Ky., Friday, December 10th, and at HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. 11, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. E. Lee Slmmcr- - Hartford, Saturday, December mnn spent a few dajs In Nashville, 1915. Will send out prices later. Tcnn., last week. They went to Please make inquiry by 'phone or with their otherwise, as you may fail to get a spend Thanksgiving W. E. ELLIS & BHO., as-dnughter, Miss Winnie Slmmcrman, card. Hartford, Ky. who Is attending 22t3 School for young ladies, Tho MethodlBt Ladles Bazaar, In I u Is Makes Gain of TA Votes In Recount. spite of the bad weather conditions, Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 29. The rewill probably make something like today gave $1GO,00. The dinners they served count In Precinct 1 Hamlett, Democrat, 109, and Lewis, w were excellent and the display of rugs nnd fancy work exceeds any Republican, 182, which Is a net gain 9 over the thing they have ever before exhibit for Lewis of seventy-thre- e Coat-Suit- s count made by tho State Election ed. U Adding these votes to At Elkton, Ky., on Friday, No Commission. tho 115 majority for Lewis counted Goodman vembcr 19, Dr. A. W. l- peacefully passed away, after a lln by the State Election Commission gerlng illness. Ho was a well known Lewis' majority over Hamlett now is are and popular physician and for many 1S8 If the other recertiflcations by ? J prac counted. The injunction secured years bad been engaged in the ElecHo was a Hamlett to restrain tho State tice of his profession. issuing the brother of Mr. J. I. Goodman, of The tion Commission from will be argued . Herald force nnd was nearly 70 certificate pf election tomorrow before Circuit Judge Stout. J ears old at the time of his death. Tho stork visited MK and Mrs. Estlfl Thomas last "Frlfray morning and 'brought them their flrpt baby. TlKty have named the llttln una Emc Paulino. of' Ohio County Rrldo IlCHcrtAl In frii. 5. Yl. (THytoh, ., Ulnnu. ICy., spent a fcV "Java i , Kvansvllio, lnd Dec. In IlartfMxl last wook, 'tho KWits of his brldo of fives months at tho Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wllao'fc. Wr. and Mc- - if That -1 You Love Prierac v ; - t - . Iji ii)-in-(ln- - 1 vi-tl- J. TAPDAM, Jeweler and Optician, 'ftftftAftftAftftftftftftftftftAAftftAft5 Ward-Belmo- nt NOTICE! 1- -2 We have a few more left, in broken sizes, at prices that will interest you. Come and be convinced. It lu, II. m U & BT. lu B. R. TDK TABLK. No. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 p.m. No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. 3:40 p. m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch Ar. Irvlngton . C:35 p. m. E:5G p.m. Lv. Irvlngton . 7tf 7:40 p. m. Ky. Ar. Louisville Mrs. Job Miller and children have . 8:35 a. m. Lv. Louisville No. Ar. Irvlngton . ,10:0C a. m. returned from a visit to relatives at Lv. Irvlngton .10:40 a. m. Pa du call. I will have a big shipment of tho Ar. Ellmltch . . . 1:04 p. m. newest Books in fiction for Xmas. TIME TABLR. J. C. ILER. M., II. & K. B. South Bound, No. 115 Capt. and Mrs. S. KCox have re6:45 a, m. turned homo from a visit to relatives Duo at Hartford North Bound, No. Ill in Elkton. 6:15 p. in. Duo at Hartford Miss Ella McKInncyrof Beaver Trains.) (Both "Mixed Dam, spent the week end with Miss Lucllo Pirtlo. Mr. L. A. Sanderfur has moved to town and is occupying rooms over tho post ofllcc. Mr. IIarryllfidgcs, oTLoulsvllle, was tho guest or Mr. J. W. Ford and family this week. Mrs. Joo Miller nnd children have icturned homo from a visit to rela-that Paducali. Mr. Leach haB moved from the An1 CARRY IN STOCK A IiARGK derson property on tho Plko to the LINK OK Mooro property ou Union street. Miss Sallio May, city, uttended the marriage) of her sister, Miss Laura May, Lowisport, Ky., last Thursday. TARGET GUNS, If wo can't provoTo you wo can AMMUNITION, SHELLS, ETC. save you big money on diamonds, don't take them, 'that's all. And reicctfulJy renmoht TAPPAN. 22t3 tho larj?-you to call and too I have a stock' of groceries that line of Shot Gnus, Rifles, I want 'to close' out. 'Prices right. Ammunition, ShcllH, &c, Come and see for yourself. "U. B. CARSON. ever brought to Hartford. 22tf. Rabbits Wanted Will pay 8 Goods'the Best and Prices upicco for drawn rabbits, beads ou. Must not bo shot to pieces. the Lowest. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. The next tirao you walk down the street stop whon you hear the tapping and look In Tappan's window. 22t3 GROCERYMAN, Oh, how beautlfu! In-R- For Ship Stuff and feeding Oats see Acton Bros. Rubber Roof ing and Paint can bo had at Acton Bros. Mrs. Vernon Crowdcr, of Horse Branch is dangerously 1U. Mr. FranlTMay" ls seriously ill and Is not expected to recover. eal Estate For blgbarg ins sco Holbrook & Parks. Hartford, -- Notice. FOB HALE RESTAURANT. at We will run our Restaurant The most in Hurtfonl doing a nice business our feed store on Wednesday and Saturday of each week. Will take Will ell nt u reasonable ca.sh price. off for toll from good' com. No Write to or call on, inferior corn accepted as toll. If 22tf LT. RILEY, . you don't want to pay toll, wo will Cure Kelly's Restaurant. ma charge 15c cash for the 'single bun- Wounds area or Kills Telegraph Operator, ior zuv or more. Wounds Another. W. E. ELLIS ,& BRO., I Prestonburg, Ky., Nov. 29. A. J, 19t4j Produce Merchants. Huff, a merchant of this city, whose iKonzo Is Hell of the Battlefields. place of business Is near the C. & O. Amsterdam, Nov. 30. The fightdepot, tonight shot and instantly killed B. P. Robinetto and mortally ing along the Isdnzo Is described by wounded Steve Auxler in a dimculty, Archduke Joseph Ferdinand, the Ausaccording to the police. Auxicr and trian, commander,,as 'the hell of the Uobinette were telegraph operators battlefields," In an interview forwarded by a corespondent of the Berlin at the local C. & O. Btation. to corn-crusher 1- -6 I J , - J J Hub Clothing Company izc Ill , Special For Friday and Saturday Dec. :i and 4. Cash Only. C cans Pure Hog Lard. . .$5.50 each (First comer get tho Lard.) s. $2.50 Open Kettle Lard 1 case Climax Corn $2.50 1 case 15c Peaa $2.50 100-lb- s. $0.10 Beet Sugar 10 per cent off on all Enamel Ware J. 0. ILER. and Hardware. 20-Ib- jury had not been properly drawn. The matter was submitted to Judge Layman and be decided that the point was well taken and the two ditch cases were continued until the April term and the other to the February term. Tageblatt. j Io seems that It was not conveThe battle for the Gorlzla bridgehead which is still undecided, is said nient for Judge Ulrkhead to come by tho corespondent to be the bitter- over and draw the list of jurymen est and most bloody of the campaign. from the jury wheel and instead be Losses are enormous and there is a sent the key to the jury wheel to the Barrass, wh'd tremendous expenditure of ammuni- Circuit Clerk, Mr. drew the names from the wheel. To tion, Airmen are playing an Important this exceptions were taken and of part. Tho Italians are employing course when the point was raised Judge Layman ruled that the Jury great battle planes of a new type. - Death of Mrs. Margaret WLso Hoag-lam- l. GUNS! GUNS! es Shot Guns, Rifles et Wise Hoagland Mrs. Margaret died nt her homo near Clear Run Ias,t Saturday after a week's Illness of typhoid fever. Mrs. Hoagland's husband, Mr. W. II. Hoagland, preceded her In death. They wcro married In April, 1S61, and wcro tho parents of six girls and two boys, nil of whom are living ex cept one daughter. The renmlns wcro Interred In Clear Run cemetery Sunday, a largo crowd boing nt tho tuneral and burial. years previous to her Twenty-fiv- e death Mrs. Hoagland became a Christian and united with tho Chris tian church of Union drove and until she received death's call sho kept tho faith. At tho tlmo of her death sho was 77 years, 11 months and 11 days of ago. As well as tho children she leaves two brothers and two sisters who have tho heartfelt sympathy bf a host of friends In their bereave roent. New York City Insurance Rates Loy New York Are insurance rates are tho lowest of any city in tho United States, according to figures which bavo been compiled by tho Central Mercantile Association of 111 Fifth avenue. Tho averao rates on stocks, buildings and all are 60 cents, ,ln, spite of tho fact that the stock rates are usually 60. per cent in excess of building rates and In New York stock Insurances is the major factor. This state of affairs, the survey reports, Is due to the high pressure system 'In the business district and the For Sale. Shot Double barrel Haramerless Gun, 12 gauge, 30 in. barrels, 14V4 drop, modified and choke, stock, 2 about 7'jlbB. good as new. Not fired more than 100 shots. No further use for it. Price $11. A. W. LOGAN, It Hartford, Ky. .' U. S. a Carson Notlto to Tixx Pujerfe, County, State and Ditch Tax: Upon examining my records Bee. 1st I find many who have not yet paid their 1915 taxes. I have repeatedly warned all Tax Payers of my County that upon December 1st I would bo compelled by the Ken-lucStatutes to add tho penalty to all unpaid taxes by that date, and thnt on and after Dec. 9th, all unbo advertised paid Taxes would which will bo more cost to you.' Remember now, whou sending In your taxes to add the penalty, also, that all property upon which taxes have not been paid by Dec. 9th will bo advertised for sale to satisfy same, so pleaso arrango for your taxes at onco nnd Bave the publicity and embarrassment of bejng vadvertlscd. S. O. KEOWN, S. O. C. ky .. was in town.first of tho weok. loft Wedon For American wire Fence, call nesday, for Louisville, 10tt V. Carson. ' A' surprise birthday, dinner was Wednesday for Napier left Igleheart at Kro-no- s, Mr.- J, Miss Mariam Holbrook HARTFORD, KY. ' Mr. John'T. Moore7ofElliabeth-town- , Her. Nashville. h ., ' J J. c. ILBR. 523? ?': y W &&tet .'! m ttWEM. Wwm. . jMt.relT4 wtker Urge . 5 given' to C this county on Thanksgiving day. Mr, Igleheart was 76 year old Tobre"were 160 people comtnguniversalttiteter present and the occasion was highly fyBte ia'fMtorlM'wkM '" UftWri'. V' ' Hiki almost' rllMMw-f- ' - that-day,- '" '! Could not Try tjie CaaeH. There woro three cases 6et for trjal at tho special term of court which convened In court ball here laBt Monday with Judge J. R. Layman, of tho Ellzabetbtown District presiding as special Judge. The. cases, which .had. been docketFinley Carter ed itc'rtrftl ditch ease;, C. B. ithoads ditch caie; ' sprinkler Albert ObersfVe, tB. A. titk: On calling of;tke flrat'tjta.A inr Mtkotlre A ., JM1 .sMtot; im ut4e tVat tae wa: noon at 2 o'clock. The Rev; K. EC Reeves conducted the services whkfe "were brief, but very impressive. THi floral offerings were beautiful, especially tho wreath sent by the Bible-Clasof the Presbyterian cliurcfe ot which he was a member, a blanket or smilax and white roses which, was. presented by a dear and close- friendC was beautiful. His boy frieuda a handsome wreath of chryssnttie mums. The interment took- place st Cedar Hill cemettery. He was ivr-ic-d by the Masons. Friends ert&afi heartfelt sympathy to tho griir.i. ones, especially the aged mother: Those from a distance v.bo attend! tho funeral: His sister, Mrs-- . lost had been improperly drawn. The court then adjourned and Redmond and son, Willlata Ilua'- ay Glasgow; Sir. and Mrs. Ernest Judge Layman returned home and Leo Cralle, Louisville. The deceased was a nephew o Mrs. J. A. Bennett, of Hartford. New Htur Theater. Tho Star Theater will glvo a show on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday 10 Companies National Guard ( fcc . nights of each week. Will open the doors at 7:30 and the show will beFrankfort, Ky., Nov. 3ff. .' . gin promptly at 7:45 o'clock each Gen. James Tandy EIHb has or X evening. -ten companies of the Keutucltj You cannot afford to miss these tlonal guard and two bands t shows, as we have one of tho best port here December 7, to parti fc machines nude. in tho Inaugural parade, when and most Wo albo have tho bebt screen on the elect Stanley will be induced ? market and It will not hurt your eyes olllce. Two companies of tLo I i to look at these pictures. We like- villo guard will be on duty, but A U wise liavo ono of tho best and most Gon. Ellis has not named the modernly equipped show houses out- panles as yet. Tho other coiupsr st side of Louisville. Wo have spared are two from Lexington, tho R'fb- neither tlmo nor money in equipping, n)ond corapanyi tno Madlsou a real show house for tnc pcopio oi company, tho Shelbyvlllo compn." v Hartford and vicinity. Your patron tho Henderson company, tho Emiage will be appreciated. nence company and tho Frank-"-- , K. G. HARRASS, company. Capt. C. W. Longre'ne.-wil- l Mgr. Star Theater. 17tf "bo in command of tho Tho bands from Hopkt--vil- lo Fatal Accident While Hunting. nnd Richmond, also will partic- lIrvlngton citizens wero greatly pato in tho Parade. shocked Friday afternoon to learn of lVomen Start RiotM la Berlhr-Londo- n, tbe death of Polndextcr Galloway,' nthirty-threNov. 29.t Renter's1 who accidentally aged shot himself while out hunting on the stcrdam correspondent forwards tliec Dennett farm near Basin SprlngB. following: "The telegraph Is- - Informed ciu His only companion, LewiB Bennett ac- - good authority that serious rlcfr-g- 7 Moorman, witnessed the horrible cident. Mr. Galloway lived only a took place here last Saturday tn Bur-sh-ort while. Tbe body was brought Un, In which several thousand" wtn-t- o the borne of bis mother, Mrs. Ft- - en gathered before tbe imperial cas-de- lla dalloway. Mr. Calloway leaves tie and denTandeduhe return or thclr--a mother, three brotKers and one sis- - husbands from the front and t rater to mourn his losT, 'besides numcri proved In good conditions. " rt , was finally dispersed by thnpo,r " ous friends. - from the No 'confirmation of this Amterttai. Tbe" funeral was' heldafterj dispatch' baa been received hero Preebyleriia churtV-Sunds- j s - tf99m I'.u-ado- kJ. - Vf-low- to t- ( e, - The-crowd- r ?V ' ' 'Ml ' I . ,H 1 K." 4 f ,J i . .". ll )' tho brick wall out satisfactory, but Trousers Imcntctf by London Tailor, Wc Knock the Spots Out of Things Itcn havo worn various forni3 of Tho barracks wcro not picturesque. In several detached sections and only bifurcated nether fiarments slnco tho "ftSit IR AS GREAT SPIIIJ ono of them burned. Tho Rulgnr- - beginning of recorded history, but it HOTEL upon reliable authority lans had a Hag flying over ono of tho Is asserted I Law arrack buildings, and wo brought It that tho first trousers of modern cut Attorney il)h down In six shots, together with tho wcro worn by a London tailor In 1S1T. French Dry. Cleaned and Pressed In n ' Superior Manner. Bompardmcnt of Dedeagatc ay building It had adorned. ii'iuifoULi, Hi, Eajs tho Chicago N'ows. Aided nrJ - abetted by tho Duko of Wellington Will pnwtlce hla irofun la Uilt "Wo stayed on until after dark, enml .is jour (larments and Hnvi British Fleet "Picnic fool anil mljunuiii; eouiitlea. ConuiioraUJ Joylnt; tho blaze. Tho flames from this enemy of his sex nnd of tho hu Them mid Ui'imlnul I'uictiee a Sperlnlty. " Afaf-the big warehousa must liavo shot man raco made tho unspeakable jj.ir-u- p the Men." I EANEO CLEAN thirty feet or more from tho roof, ment fashionable and men have bom ! fEL OfAMEWCAN IDEALS nnd tho flro looked solid from tho In homlngo In thonsora over since. Packages called for and dcllvuie.i upward streamers " fifty j If there la something the direct basement London, Nov. 10. Tho much critlong rushing upwnrds from each poslto of n monument It ought to lie In a city where jood tmttla Law bound, it PowhaUn heiflj tin icised British view of wnr ns a sort of tho sixty windows on tho front and erected or dug to that London tailor, list. HAHIRJHD, KY. A. Ivn .iill, Prop. -- rfSJl'aHpd pnm,c of sport is cmplm- - from tho two annexes. nnd sides. Tho It Is reported that he was mobbed It It Ant la tke htiru of its 11, Harm countrymen. i,ria wxl C. U lifJIWi .olHppr's description oil store burned during he afternoon . upwi his llrst nppcaraucc In nubile HARTFORD, KnXTUCKY, sired in miii.Ii ,111110111110 I.I1.11 Uitt) hare foritf' Dcdeagatch Biow nnd some flames, but mostly ; wearing tho dlabullcal Invention. It "??$ fit lUiui'-idlui- i of tho bombat tor 'Uiu fe.)i(tral prar.. "Urtajiuvl In a black, greasy looking smoke, which Is dlilicult to understand tho lcnlen- Jtrj." the British licet, l iir ni Uk, tie ii u11U11111.il and dlvor" H'Mit rose 1,500 feet and clung together ey of tho Britisher of that day in IWin For Sato, , Au, tJtniHt ldue Comwy At!)' letter published hero. His '"" i 'or nbout two miles. Unfortunately it' permitting tho fellow to escape with fcighty acres of good land contain-lu- g briftlcs with such phrases ns "It w. ' j is iiovoifcil liikiu r.ioiti'uiKitUty In a tank In tho ground, so could his life. It Is even moro dMlcult to I ir3Ml...''!.lMiir-- i All, IVtl'IIUi, Mill tlKllYltlUttltf hVltrtftt a grand picnic for tho men," "The waj. dwelling, barn and other out..t !,,!,, Ullt ono raiway understand how tho wretched garships' companies enjoyed themselves not apron ,, (ho fitufr ment was allowed to , ,ti - .,,, ,r 111 come Into gentr-a- l buildings, situated nn Hartford and tt ic u.iiMoiil .if Immensely," "Tho harbor-master- 's of car had oil or . ,( t'.iiiiiliiii buildltir., ! Kockport road. Well ami spring on sl(.ht.. use. Tl.c l'ontialiii ll wf.tfj, ct. "The de- ran out all blazing, a floo burned splendidly," n ii, elusive, J!nl trtltuk lit rxccN It Is chronicled thnt ho Duko of furm. Church nnd " lent location on IVnniWvanu schoolhottso near. Help Your LUer It stroyers wero ablo to creep in nnd I81I1 nil Wellington was himself refused an.l II itrtet", I'oi price, teims, etc.. call or tiialcc When your liver gets torp. plug all manner of things." it n ilmr.itle liciJuiurr-tcr- s address ttAll NTH.UTO.N to a jail when he appeared (or briJat cocplo, tautru IC M.WIIl.s. by re- your stomach nets queer, tako ni' BAUNETT & SON, Agio. Tho ofllcer began his letter I'tUftiWfll, Kj. I'jrties, contentions, Svfiool ami ill.inl, kj. long trouEcrs. Thus wr.s awaken colled. marking that he was playing piquet King's Now Llfo Pills and you will Hartforc, Ky. suspicion that tho pugnacious :" The IWliKtan oIRATrONfctiARTIN attrvU khe with the captain when tho orders find yourself feeling hotter. They ed a people of cr.lane, nj Waterloo therupon used ail icti!. Ailomcyu al Utw Purify tho blood, gtvo you freedom hero of came to lift anchor and attack ji.ixin,,1!' ""' 'i'M' t War ftti.l il t!o to fcianj and ho regretfully chroni- from constipation, biliousness, dizzi- his power and rirostifco t6 make the UHOMWt LL, - KV. J'0,y,.l pi itorical (ntcrci. You feel flno men of Europe, which he claimed to iMi l,ptcl tsftcially cles that "tho exigencies of tho ser- ness and indigestion. Will practice tli'..,r i.roriwslim in tif to li ilijcummativg pubWILL FILL A WANT! you want to feel. Clear have saved, wear the sartorial con. Just llko vice made mo sacrifice a hand djollilni; L.0mtt.B. und lic. -"- "-, taining fourteen aces," There were tho complexion too. 25c. at drug- Inatlcn. The nnHG uno fho rohlr ofi.r roam coiuitierolal alul criminal I'ractlie tv with lchH! bath, at J1.50, J a convert, taw- -' somo grewsomc preparations for the gists. Specialty. i'rouipt Since the suspension 0t u,L S2 CO tni vfi. licDmi with priand viKroi -- l ,s now c'woy." '" vate bath. V.10, JJ.03 and up. '"In's cabl" , service Notary In olllco. -was mad nnout the &a- - uottlsville He Weekly Couriei-journa- l, Wtffr lor 'oooUct wltli map, irnirn siffHUW m vug u"rCUVr-ORing of time, motion and energy. And M. LEWIS. Sihuliirio a ;erjiciP' 2 d been turu-- i into f has been quilt Iheie Manner. No bred afoso for Using II, SiinetitiU' Is "U P'raziugly potent the solo appeal of long trousers was theater. H howfffer, lis no defense of h& por. germicide fc t o farm honsokeeper in the fact that they enabled a man a demand for a weekly Kencever hlais tf and In iTICi daily and stables. The to dress or rather to vas attempted by tho Bulgarians. tucky newspaper that givt. In about half the time required by . TIIAOU-h- . ') .1 Tlio description of tho actual bom- - ( practice, tt exposing cooking and oth- all the more, important siate .. . .' Hiii w kn"0 britches and stockings. rl"","r',, Jll Is in part as follows: cr utensils used in connection with bardment TH1T l.nl...rouk .. Hut tho Duke was a poor logician, news, as well as the genera, tI.l,P Kll.tlKIii , l m i.irNl. "At about a quarter past one in the OoJ to direct sunlight makes use of . ir TnllPtiOrL t11!, frf rnrr Tho most ccimomlcal, elenalns nnd at that. If the saving of time and on it. nUUIItr off at the Wg this fact, although comparatively twv Jtin.t ti ..ev afternoon wc loosed gcrniicldal of nil antiseptics la PA33INQ nirC'TWCCS. it l'.irfrrri. m ! energy wore the solo desideratum. news, crisp editorials, goou Ilufik ,m I'roH klilr I i barracks. Our first shot brought few appreciate exactly the work done kiu.Li B03-00-- 1 4 k t 3ovi,nth tho soldiers tearing out of tho build- by tho sun In this regard. Probably tho kimono hns trouaers beaten. As stories, timely cartoons aiu D. C hqro has never been WHSHiriCTON. Dtroilt ings, and wo cased up a bit and let only thoso wh .aro acquainted with a matter of fact illustrations. them get clear. Then yc banged tests which havo actually been made any reasonable excuse for trousers. utility. Perhaps There is no such excellen . (Tf ty- and battered away at, about 2.S00 realize how quickly sunshlno kills They offend art and A colu&lo Antiseptic Powder tc yards, making enormous holes and disease nerms exposed to it. Hence tho reason of their being Is that man, paper as the bo dbsolvcd in water as needed. smashing In tho great areas of walls. 1 tho following tests may bo generally despairing of rivaling himself in Twice-a-Week loveliness, detrmlned to make himself 'As a medicinal antiseptic for douche-IUnless someone was killed inside the inftructlvo and interesting. treating catarrh, inflammation or Owensboro Messengei building, I think wo did not hurt pasty, creamy mass or tubercu- jo ugly as to faclnato by tho weird A ulceration of noio, throat, and that (i:litI by Uiwy WinmNoii.) any one. (German accounts of the lous material, which was proved to horror of his ensemblo. caused by fcmlnlno 111b It has no equal. Any man who suggests thnt the battle declare that several hundred contain uncouutaole numbers of vuu-leIt comes every Wednesday For ten years tho Lydla U. PlnMiam The National Weekly centenary of long trousers be celesoldiers were killed iu those bartubercle bacilli, was obtained Co. has (16 pages ; Modlclno private- - recommended Paxtlne cow and spnwl brated will, of course, be shot at sun and Saturday, In tholr racks.) from a tuberculous correspondence with women, which proves its superiority. "Wo were only out for destruction In thin smooth translucent layers on rise. However, on second thought, week or more), and is up-t- o Women who havo been cured say and damage, not slaughter, as the sheets of glass, pieces of wood, and It is clear that the only adequate date in every regard. It is "wortU Its weight in cold." At Until tlii jfttr thrifty Dulgar hates to have his pro- strips of muslin were then placed way now to punish the inventor of CtUur't h:s burn Mes- drusgl8ts. rOc. large box, or by mall. Try the Twice-a-Wee- k perty knocked about, but care very outside on a moderately warm clear. the garment is to represent him by told at $5. 50. Woi Tho Taxton Toilet Co., Boston, Maes. means of a statue of heroic sizo in little If his neighbor or even him- calm day where tho sun could shtne the priie i SJ.fO senger for a year in connecandwfhaxeM-ruafon them, and an equal number wcro the act of wearing trousors. Imagine self la laid out. tion with the Hartford Repub ft concession wlicf-bj- r "After a bit we went for the har- placed In a dark room. After 15 min- with what glee and we can ofHiyr and revengeful sculp- lican. very tricky work,as tho bulk utes exposure to the sun, the tuberbor Cilo County at a till Inillfcr tor would create such a statue of the reduction in conof tho caiques which wc had orders culous material on tho glass, wood, Both papers, one year fo-Jnection viiih tM large enemy of man and of the sacred art Circuit Court T. P. DlrKhewd, to choot at were Just beyond ,a low and muslin still contained publicatiun. 1.50. All clubbing subscrip- Judge; Ben D. Hlno, Attonitsy; V. outer breakwater, and with a trajec- numbers of living, virulent tubercle of Phidias and Mlchaelangelo. 1. MldklfJ. Jailer, li. U. UarrasB. ship, tho least alterna- bacilli, which wero proved to bo fultory from the Special Offer to Onr Readeys: tions should be addressed tc Clerk; K. U. Ulrklicad. .Master ComHow's This? tion in the elevation of the gun made ly capable of causing tuberculosis, missioner; K. T. Collins, Trusteo Republican, Hartford, Ky. Itf roenuinc thr srrai ilrmani' (or CoHrt'i nt llic new t'nee, wc liavc madr atrant'tirmiai., The difficulty was but after 30 minutes exposure to the Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, 0 big difference. We offer One Hundred Dollars t Iter it ami our own publication ccch rnr Deputies S. A. Hratcher; Hartford. lr largely settled when our shells set sun no living tubercle bacilli could Reward for any case of Catarrh (or the iriceof CttBn'itUmr. Thi. iialimitT,! ouice .Ifiiuiifs -- Mrs. S. O. Keown ali oflcr anl mutt Let JVemtlvanticcoliiouiid). the masts and Bails afire, and the be found, every test that could be that' cannot be cured by Hall's Cllmoro Keown. Court convenes first flames spreading downward to the made proved that they were all dead. Catarrh Cure. What' Yon Gel Alonday la February and continues Collier'r- F. J. CHENET A CO., Toledo. O. largo opaships. three weeks; third Monday In April, Similar tests with quite We, the undersigned, have known F. J. CaBirr't tlie me Mb. intlepenilent. featleti two weeks; third Alonday In October, The destroyers and monitors drew que masses of tuberculous material, Cheney for the last IS years, and believe weekly o( the whole cuontry Aot only niltlie mo wccks. him perfectly honorable In all iioiJ citilcn'a handbook hut it i aba) a much less water than our larger larger and denser than any tubercu- transactions and financially able busimes to carry mairarine lor the hole familjr. Amnifce County Court John B. Wilson, by his Arm. thmci that a year' auLscnpliun Kitia Jrii ships and were ablo to creep In on lous person is apt to expectorate, oot any obligations made COMMERCE. I Judge; C. A' Ulankenflhlp, Clerk; NATIONAL. BANK OF I C. K. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. the lead, tho charts of Dedeagatch proved that the bacilli in such masses Toledo. O. 1000 UltorUla GOO Nrwa Phottfa Tfall's Catarrh Cure Is Court coin such first Monday In each being inacurate, and they plugged all on glass aro still alive after 4, but acting directly upon thetaken Internally, 2SO Short Article blood and mumonth. cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials ISO Short Slorie. manner of things. Fortunately the entirely dead in less than 8 hours, sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold 100 lllatrtd raturr Quarterly Court Begins on the , population of tho town had all gone and still alive in the material on by all Druggists. 2 Couplet Novel- first .Monday in ovcry month. Tako Hall's Family Pills for constipation. away, and the troops stayed behind wood and muslin after 8, but dead iu nes Court of first Collier's Tuesday in January and first Tuesin tho hills, so I don't thing anyone less than 16 hours. ) day in October. Hartford Republican On the Job. was hurt. Wo killed a sitting enThe tuberculous material in thin Other County Officers C. S. Mox-loThere are t o kinds of clock watch-3rs- : gine which tried to hide Itself in a layers on glass, wood and muslin, Suru-jor- , Ky., H. Ponlsvlllc, longer One bursh, but one which ran away es- kept In a dark room, was proved to nust work sees how much go homehe P. D. No. 2; Tom nines. Assessor, before he can GUAJtANTICKI) SEKVICU Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shulta, Superlu-tendcn- t, caped alright. Two of the destroy- contain fully virulent, living tubercle tho other sees how much longer ho Hartford; Ur. A. B. Hlley, dAND CURE I One hundred per cent ers inspired It to still greater efforts bacilli after 30 days. The contrast :an work before he must go home., LUMCS: Coroner, Hartfoid; T. II. Benton, I value. Special work for W. with their four inch gun. is remarkable, tubercle bacilli of thei Ford Times. Uoad Hugiiiucr, llartlord. "When wo realized that there was same kind, on the same kind of mateJbSl'lCES' COLiHTS. I WITH Cd. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft jio ono to hurt.it jur.t became a bonfire rial, dying in a smaller number of ' Vorth While Quotation. & er .m .iiuimuy in .iarcn, Tuesday alt ri f It. P. D. 7. oJ Hartford, Ky. it being minutes in the sunshine than the of Trafalgar Day fireworks An aim In life is the only fortune R'flStfSirjTiis-nirt- tr or Ztl Monday In June, Tuesday alt '9 F)3o?Pr i i' IlcprcBentlng Continental tho 110th anniversary of tho battle of number of days they remained alive Xtir-fl- l iliA flnrlttiiv nrtfl to nn n lin ' 9 or 3d Monday I,. September. Tu.-s-- , S S B j WJu. U Trafalgar. We pet all manner of In a dark room. found In foreign lands, but in the I Marblo & Granite Co. day after lid Monday in Uecember. fe' L,. A. MeDanlol. things on fire. Common shell wns 3 UoeUnort. FiLla As most varieties of disease germs heart itbelf. Robert Louis Stevenson. aner ..d .Moiuiaj in March, Pridaj JfADifOUOSfiS i S.&S ti ii, f7ceS effective but lyddite was butter. Wo are more easily destroyed by germiafter ad Monil.iy in J burned a vast mountain of coal many cides than tubercle bacilli, and as I Not So Flany Now. . after ,td Moiutav In .SniitoiniK.r ' railway vans and trucks, ships and tubercle bacilli. In tho thin layers In It has been computed thnt at the M two oil storehouses. which they aro likely to adhero to time of tho arrival of Columbus tlioro "But the best blares were ware- clothing, blankets, rugs, draperies, were ai.OOO.OOO Indians In North and aner Jd Monday In March.. WnI i houses behind the caique harbor and furniture, walls, floors, etc., are kill- South America. Operated by llCSilnv nflcr :iil Mntwhiv I,. i.i.i.. &eS;Uf orfcn CC YCAfiS' an lramenso factory stuffed with high ed by the rays of tho sun iu less than jU'ttliusday after 3d Monday in Sep- fCriCMCr: Too Much to Expect. .i;v. wssm&iZfcr tombcr, dllibday after 'Ad Man. ly inflammable goods. It was tix half an hour, though they remain "" lv" v","l"x,,-- 'day in Uecumbur. We can strive to Iks better than , '" " 'v" stories high, ten windows square, and alive In dark places a month and B It. C. Tlehwiur. Cunterlonn, Pit had two anne:ies each of four stories. longer, It la reasonable to draw the tome people, but wo mustn't expect to Under New Management urday after ;;rd Monday iu each excol most people In goodneES. Al With a roaring wind to help us, and following conclusions: month. bany Journal. T. QUISENBERUY. no fire brigade to Fpoil tho fun It was As a general sanitary principle it Wlnson Smltu, Scloct. Tuesda rnA-3a mod gorgeous imre-uMA0K3 nnd tho Is desirable that all dwellings, sta Hates SI. 00, S1.25 nnd SI. 00 per Day after I'd Moniluy In March, TuesJa.v British Orders of Knighthood. DtSISMS were bright cnought to cait u bles etc., should be so constructed after I'd Monday Iu May, Tucsda) flames rwWHi CcpvniuHTS &.C There aro tight orders of knightMeals iia Cents. after 'M Monday In August, TuesMirrmtH nrtlnn i r lirlrh ni.d foiMTliitlon may shadow six miles away. thnt an abundance of, sunshine can hood In tho British empire of which liilcLir u.ivrliilu niir npiil. .'I frtuli,iilirr iui day arter I'd Monday In Novomber. InTllHlnti H pr.il.nl, !r iMivioiihin. railway cars burned merrily, reach their Interiors. Gar-teTho Best In tho clty'for the money. tho highest Is the Order of the lluiiaatriillrnniii,iei tiTl. IIAHJCOOXConimmilei. W. S. Dean, Dimdee, n full i.la l.tei the flro Jumping along from one to As n general protective measure nfter tho second Monday In mmii fren. taken riivii'y t or rccunnirCo. n ntj.. 1'itPMia Speclnl attention to tho traveling thn.iii'ri unn A metre TjKtudtuAUt, williou'.chirco, lutLo March, Wednesday after 2J Alondav even eating away to against disease germs, it is an extho othor and public. In May, Wednesday after lid Monday windward, nnd tho storehouses burn- cellent practice to exposo utensils for Forget Yourself. Scientific In August, Wednisday after Jil MonHe who docs not think too much ed solidly and well, section after sec- handling milk, and milk cans after AhiuidoniclrlIlit-lrtwooaly. Jjirffrrt rlr. day In November. OWENSBORO. KY. rulatutii of li.urnul. 'Jiimr.t in tion catching. They had great glass they havo been cleaned to direct sun- of himself Is much more esteemed Ben K. Rice, Fondsvllle. Tuesday lraJor. uiVai'ai'a? nU '' I Bc kT H " after 2il Monday Jn March, Thurssykllghts which were chattered by light and to band or spread apparel, than he imagines. Coe'thc. IihINN & Co.38Bfo''New York day uftcr 2d Monday in May, Thurstho shells and ventilating the flro blankets, bedding, rugs, horso blankday after I'd Monday lu August, Many Diseases of Humanity. nicely. ets, etc., periodically wh6re the sun Thursday after 2d Monday In Nohuman family is subject to Tho "The great thing about it was that can shine on nil parts of them. vember. YOU about 1,200 different kinds of disease nobody tried to put tho fires out, and Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday afte and ullmcnt er 2d Monday lu March, Friday after House nnd Lot For Sale. if ono got smoky, a shell brightened 2d Monday in May, Friday after 3d things up a bit and Improved the Wc havo for sale a lot containMonday In August, Friday after 2d ventilation, so I don't supposo I shall ing Monday In November. acre in old Fair ground adDedea-catcFOR FLETCHER'S ever see a finer blaze than HARTFORD POLICE COURT. McCALL PATTERNS dition on tho pike, with 5 room cotO. C. Martin, Judge; McDowoll a. BBBBBBBBBBBBaVv Tho sparks from tho big fac,ot W1' F"lttt M. almpllcltjr an VS33 .Treatment nearly 41) Sold In Learhj fCe.,,'t,ted and town inyeara.United btatea anl Fogle, City Attorney; J. I Stevens, tory set fires to leeward, nd theso tage, good barn and all buildings. Ar-- Sl the for WEAK Marshal; Court convenes scconti Mon" by mail direct. More told thaa developed well. Tho coalhcnp flro Fine well or water. About 50 young Farm, Neur Whltesvtlle, For Sale. any other make. Scud or lice catalogue. day in each month. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaVBBBBSV LUNGS or strlimntnlv .... ..,.. - . City Council J. C. Her. Mayor; R. u...... ......--- ,, rmih! nnt nnrpfirl in fruit trees beginning to bear. ! Wo havo listed with us a good 108 MeCALVS MAGAZINE Afar n.l.- -. iiH.r.iKM Ik.. ..!.? T. Collins, Clerk; J. K. Bean, Treasmiles South ot CONSUMPTION anything, but it blazed and glowed in . WouId bo a fine location for some aero farm 4 Bajajloiulllkn a monlh. Invaluable. Lai. urer. Members ot Council J. C, BenWbttesvllle, about bait ot It bottom at alylea, pattetna, dretamaklna;, mllllntry, the wind. ono dc8irlng to take advantage of nett. CapL A. D. White. A. B. rttn, sV irflae?Di?lVty? PBPW Vri11 BCTd y1 lain unicr, fancy Bccdcoik,halrdit(ah land, and forty acres In timber "Sometimes a shell would not set iOette, cood atoriea, etc. OotrtOcenUra W. H. Gillespie, W. H. Barnes, O. M. hwc; reiicr tor County Hlch Bchool. Terms reason-hoj- e hroit-ctowaffnrear (woVth double), including a tin pattoo. Crowe. G8 gum, besides various other wugbs, pains re io a buUdlng- -lt would make a BdMCTlBk tutlaT. or mil tar tlinnU mta at, night swears, iMsaorHiMee; wealc See us for WONBOUVX. tNBUCCMENTS Hartford Board Education J. H. treos. No buildings. In tho front wall and burst In- - able. . tjB'sa'B.; u. m. oavrosit. r .. uarso-BrcoiNwatio.v to Aieiu, Pottal trfsca pruafua catajoc t BAnNBTT & SO?V prices. ld0 chawing It up. Or. If a lyddlto aedMwcutiprlMvffcra. Aildrtat Sea.: X. W. Ferd. Trea: R. T. Col- DARXETT & SON, Agents. Ky. blow the roof oft end HarUori, ,le)J, it would ciu w. m it mi w. im tv. m nm Um, J. D. DvJM ''aSwSBMSj Sa WAR REGARDED Ladies' and Men's Garments SWEEfl Professional Otto C. Martin at kDAWnATAW m MilGTOfi i Urril: I op-fe- nihUlLPhiiuMiMiLLUi Bar neb & Smith Attorneys at i 1 5(H .,, - a ".' Avi-mi- h, . ' UoiU-elioii- "fT opi-hitln- i SPECTALTOWOiffiN . P.ln W i ' fj&MU- 'J& lr n nt Collier's First Time Colliers in Clubs long-sufferi- Directory ? n f , Ciilnifr-Convo- Z.5lr y, KILLTrtBCOUCiHi the I ! ! I anters Housp e& -- """ - ..... ....,.. ...' - ''p'jsissss?1011- m Kias's fcgffi il rCyO Tr-i- J iDl.mt.verlntairnmnnn.f m f T hTI 7feSg?T' n Wod-nuHd- mmm. X miyn-MjHUi- Children Cry Ibaf WILL TAKE OUR b. CASTORIA FREE if atatairar . m " L V m I IH I B II H B H I I brought about by tho expiration of mission of tho manufacturers related conservatives to tho radical socialist!, the commercial treaties In 1917, but (o tho number and oxtcnt of raachln- - woro represented. Tho majority of Is Biich widespread misunderstanding tho European war has Interfered, ery and steam power employed In tho committee, howovcr, was Protcc- of tho Gormnn tariff ranking system Gcrmany Is strongly Protectionist, their factories, tho number of men tlonist, and it gavo no end of trouble thnt It will probably create nurprldo Almost all her Tariff revision has engaged, tho wages paid, tho quantl to tho government, Insisting on rals- when tho definite statement Ih made been In tho direction of Increasing ty of domostic and foreign raw mater- - Ing still further the already incrcas- that Germany has no permanent Tar- rates on tho few occasions when lal used, tho quantity and valuo of ed rates of dutv nn gl.rinnih.rni . iff commlRslon. In other words, changes have been made. Thcro Is unlmal products and tho quantity ducts. Tho strugglo in the commltteo Germany has no such Tariff com- - no dispute over tho Tariffs, and tho and values of sales at homo and proved so Intenso that In Rnlti nf if- " iiilsBlon an Is proposed for tho United matter can he handled In a business- - abroad. Tho list of questions wound continuous sessions, both during tho HUtes at tho present tlmo. She has llko way bocauso tho whole country up with this query: "What sugges- - sessions of tho Reichstag and after After FottT Year of Disconrarinff I had gotten so weak I could not staa no commission even resembling tho is In agreement upon tho policy of tlons havo you to make as to mcas- - 'tho adjournment of tho latter, no 1 gave and up in despair. Protection. Into Tariff board. urcs to betaken for tho encourage-- ! agreement could bo reached until Oc- Conditions, Mr. BflDock Gave fllnco tho revision of tho Tariff In ment of tho production ond cxporta- - tobor, 1902 At last, my husband got me a botfl I. o., after ten months' At certain times, when her treaat 1901 was tho last thnt Germany Hon of tho article you manufacture, continual work. Up in Despair. Husband y ties with foreign nations expire, Cardul, the woman's tonic, and 1 co Tho bill was finally reported to tho njipolntH n commission to rc- - made and thcro will bo no other pro especially with regard to foreign com- menced taking it. From the very fk petition at homo as well as abroad? noichstag from tho commltteo with Came to Rescue. mnke tho Tariff lawB, and with tho vrobably until the end of the war Thcso questions wcro sent to more ratc3 greatly Increased, pleased no dose, I could fell it was helping me. f government')! approval thu new Tar- Hie circumstancrn n that revision lnvcsiiK.uoi ny tun writer He- - than fifty thousand manufacturers, body. Tho Secretary of tho Interior, iff Is submitted to the Itclchstifg and can now walk two miles without Its ' .. ...... nrllMri. .'..r.. Lt..ltirt Mir. in iithnn. .. , ITr. K nilil .,..,.. !.. Jit pur . a ..wi. nuiiiiri i.i.l .f tvuuill liiu.u LUUl nil ...... CUIll. rU" Wlin llfirl nlmfrrn 9 tUn approved generally with few corrcc-tliiUCa,ron' Ky,n an !eresting letter tiring me, and am doing all ,,;y work." At all other times, however, rctrn.mcnt ollloia'i woro onMilltd. plied, thereby providing a mass of Tariff measure In the Hclchstac nolnt 1 io writer l! Ir.deluid ..i J , data and other Information which cd out that Germany's commercial from t!lis place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock If you are all run down from womardjr thcro Is no commission. The Home - proved invaluable to tho work of tho armour would prove too heavy for a OlMcc continues to study and handlo ton Hcrnstorff, the Gorman nmbarwrites as follows: "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Bador, for his courtesv In explaining commission, successful strugglo. Tho conscrva- tho Tariff, Just tin the Treasury De In tho meantlmo a draft of tho tlvcs, representing tho agricultural yeare' Wlth won,an,y troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has lielpe partment und the Department of com- in dotal! the system wheroby Ger- merce art; tuppohed to do in thin many organizes her existing forces new Tariff was prepared by the Treas Interest thought they needed more this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 6$ for Tariff revision; tho systom of re- ury Department, and boforo the close Protection and tho radicals and tho ,,, not WJjJk country, whUe and ".w..c.c u years of continuous success, and shoutf vision In its relation to existing com- of 1S98 copies of tho draft were sent socialists denounced It as robbery. Tho Idea of a German tariff aH At timcs woul11 have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist ha to out for criticism nnd suggestions to mercial treaties and the obstacles It was soon perceived that only he- compotad of expert conrevision at Jhe present tlmo on ac-- ! the governments of the stales const!- - role measures could save the Tariff in mv left side. sold Cardui for years. He knows wraf stantly superintending the operations count of thu war. tutlng tho Empire and to tho Impcr- - from wreck. Accordingly, the gov- -' n. dClr WaSCaUed fn'and hls of the Tariff and suggesting occasionit will do. Ask him. He will reccM The exnet nroccduro followed In lal Ministry of tho Interior. The ernment and tho conservatives agreed al changes Is simply a myth. If It the Tariff revision of 1903 and what draft was now discussed by Tariff ex- on n compromise by which the former nent relieved me for a while, but 1 was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. liatl not been for the Huropcnn war up to it is described with accur perts and customs officers of the con- accepted the Increased rates adopted 'soon confined to my bed again. After Write-tChttncoi Mfiklne Co, UtM' Germany would be revising her Tar- led Adv sory. Dtp... Omunoow. Tenn.. tor SpeeSt , ate details by N. I. Stone, Tariff ex- - stituent, states, an well ns by the off!- - by the committee, and tho latter ,., -- .. iffs at tho present time. Her tren io Home any gooa. TreiUBcot for Women." trat In Uin agreed to vote with the covcrnment pert of the Uureau of Statistics of , cla' of the Ministry of tho Interior, mtintt. ties with foreign nations explro In After the copies of the draft wcro on a motion to cut off tho debates of ' the old United States Department 1917. The Germans begin to work Commerce and I.uhor, and for this returned to Mio Treasury Depart and to voto the measure as a whole. on the problem usually about this far careful account . written as long ago ment by the different government In- - This was carried over tho vehement I ., in advance or tlio expiration of the , ,i,.in0 win, .i,ir rritini.n,. n,i opposition of the Left, and the bill commercial treaties Tho n or tn fin u In 190:i In Germany as tho old suggestions, tho Treasury officials re- became a law and received the Emfl V it ninullif "llnr.. "1 ulnulf but Tariff In Its method of classification cast tho entire draft and in the fall peror's signature on December 25, ... ... . .. .i ins- uivi), rur iiimiviiiu, construction of Its of 1S99 sent out tho new draft to 1902. marck became a convert to Protec- and technical remained practically tho samo bodies. The new draft was The government was now ready to schedule had tion. Kven at that time, however, unchanged since the beginning of the Bono over with the same care as tho enter into negotiations with the difthe arrangements and wording of tho t ond returned to tho Treasury ferent foreign countries for the connineteenth century, and , as tho ngrl-- , 1aifff l.ul'UUUO .naik t.ttt .. 1. r. t . , KM 111 nnliinlllliin CIK 1VH auuniuii-- i .... , ' nn..rln...rt clusion of commercial treaties based tlnlly the saiiii- - as they Mere in the' Increased Protection, It was thought After remodeling tho Tariff sched-earl- y on the new Tariff. It took two years part of the nineteenth century , ,. , . . A. , to conclude tho new comercial trca- and onl the rates were considerably tom of Kestlon8i the Treasury submitted the ,"es. which were ratified by tho Ilelch EcIitimfl Qf BChcdulo and Increased. Since 1S79 there wns no classification, which would bo more draft In Its complete form to the com- - 8taB and received the sanction of the u of life and action, 'filled with the I Tariff revision until 1891, when the in nirnr.i ... ..t.,w... fti. ut.i.w...KH nm. miini. rn WM.auu. 17 mm ia. ..... i law on February 22. 1905. One . I ww g ..v oniin if nii ,.. w .ik?cw.. v.. iimimrv lire or fine InSDiration nnd fnllnuirt '(W33.,&HRrs?r 'government inaugurated a new policy k m.ar "SK...." k n by 250 short stories of adventure, or modern industry, tho uer- excsiiss!ixiSiH "" ""-- " b'"--- '" "' nearly years' preparatory of concluding commercial reciprocity ducts government began preparations after on tfie three of the government outsldo ""world of the termination of win maxe part man work Ijy which several of the rates were tho old Tariff which would give place for the drawing In tho enrly part of officials. reduced in favor of the countries 1S9S almost six years boforo the Tho commission did not confine Its to the now one March 1, 190G. with which such treaties wero conTHOMAS P. LOGAN. old commercial treaties wcro to ex- - labors to tho work of Its own mem- cluded. These treaties were all to plre. The work of preparing the bers, but in nddltion to that consult- plro In December, 1903, and In anCoughs nnd Colds are Dcngcrous was carried out largely ed recognized leaders in the business ticipation of that event the govern- new Tariff i Few of us realize tho danger of by two departments, the treasury, world, technical and economic ex- Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, ment Bet about preparing for a new and perts, chambers of commerce and na- - Coughs and Colds. We consider tho Interior. Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of series of treaties. "Whllo tho treasury officials wcro tlonal associations of manufactures them common and harmless ailments, Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best Tho system of Germany Is to make nsslgncd to tho technical work of organized by industries. In all more However statistics tell us every third minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone hor commercial treaties with other Dan- drawing up tho schedules, tho Minis- - than two thousand experts took part person dies of lung aliment. nations for periods which run fourintnenome. i nereis no age gorous Uronchlal and Lung disease the Interior proceeded to en- - in tho work. limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free teen years. Tho treaties which wcro ter iff roll (he corporation of tho business while the hearing of the various f0,'ow a neglected cold. As your Youth's Companion. madi' in 190t run until 1917. There world If you do not know THE COMPANION for Ills part of the work. One OX,erts wero conducted by the com- - Dod' struggles against cold germs, l:t uo end you Three Current ksues luis been no Tariff revision in GerFREE. Inclose thi Coupon with your stops was to crcnto a mbSi0,,( tuo rt.pitcs from tho manu- - no uetlcr a'd can bo had than Dr. 52 Times a Year many tlnce 19P3. The German gov- - of tho first requot. spoclal commission for tho elabora- - f.icturer!, ttnd tho farmers to the in- - Klns's New Discovery. Its merit not 12. ,111c Tar-I- T rtmient would be revising Thojo who luhscribo now, sendinz $2 for forthcoming com- - qUjr0B Bel,t out by the commission Mas oeen testel by old and young, j for the 52 iuues of THE COMPANION right now to meet the situation of measures commlpslon More good reading' than you witt years ot a bottle t morce. I The consisted nn(j ajj conlo m .ln,j wero sifted and n us0 over for 1015. will recelva The Companion get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. of whom Avoid the risk of serious of thirty members, one-hn- lf i, ki. with tim i..,i magazines. 1 were appointed by the Chancellor of ..... ... tPPiiniPai nnli cintiqtlcnl ox- - IjUI1B ailments. Druggists. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE rthe .Empire on tho recommendation pi.rt3 The resuUs wnen compiled, of tjie German Agricultural Associa- - woro not miul(J pul)Ci uut turned Kentucky Couple Is Married Ilefore THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AM) YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH ONE. YEAH FOR ONLY $2.75. Dai light. lion,thc German Association of Cham- - over to llle Treasury, 26. Ellis Rockport, Ind.. Nov. of Commerce and tho Central j ThU8 U0 two bodies namely, the bers Association of German Manufactur- - commission of business men and tho Baize and Miss Ola Simpson, a young couple from Ohio county Ky., got ers. each of tho organizations being Troa8ury ofllcials starting at the .... unon distlnct llnea of Droce. an enrly start in their matrimonial by five members; the ' " when they other fifteen members woro appoint dure wcro now, after nearly three career here yesterday were married in tho county Clerk's ed directly by tho chancellor in the years' effort, In a position exto following manner: six representa- change tho results of their prelimi- office at 3 o'clock In the morning. The pouple drove all the way from The Republican and Louisville Herald tives of the agarlnn Interests, ffvo nary work. Tho commission took up $1.3 from manufacturers and four repre- now tho draft of tho Tariff schedules, their homes, near Hartford, in an Globe-Democr- at sentatives of wholesale trado. 1.76 prepured by tho Treasury officials, auto, reaching the Kentucky bank of The Reptblican and St. Louis As the tlvo members recommended whllo the latter undertook the study the Ohio River a little after 1 o'clock. 1.60 they The Republican and Home and Farm across by tho German Association of Cham- of tho results of tho statistical In- After being ferried cc j OhjCjp Langley Deputy Clerk flT iri bers of Commerce Included three quiry of tho commission, which woro awakened Twice-a-Wee- k The Republican and Oweneboro Inquirer 1.76 manufacturers and only two repre- to bo used os n basis in working out from his troubled dreams of roast dressing and got a. license The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald export trado, the tho different rates. turkey and sentatives of tho 3.50 composition of tho cntiro commisTho rates set down by tho Treas- Then they endeavored to awaken Esq. u nib or s and after The republican auct uany uwensooro inquirer 3.60 sion was as follows: eleven agarlans, ury officials for the different Tariff Snyder from his si thirteen manufacturers nnd six rep schedules woro accompanied b de- considerable effort succeeded In get- The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.75 resentatives of commerce. Of theso tailed statements, iu which the statis- ting bis honor on tho scene, rather I twenty-on- e wcro avowed Protectlon-- I tical data obtained by tho commis- sleepy, but still capable of tying the The Republican und Kentucky Farmer 1.75 tsts, whllo tho views of tho remain-- I sion wero used as n basis for deter- knot. Ing nine wero uncertain. Considcr-- 1 mining tho degree of Protection reAt 3:30 i hey recrossed tin Ohio The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 able criticism was made later In the quired by tho various products. river and started on their long trip debates in the Kelchstng, as well as back to where, as the bridegroom ex- The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.60 When SI la tho prc&u, regarding tho mako-u- p completed the entire Tariff" .was thus pressed it, they would face "tho J& whole draft, consisttho of the commission, charging tho gov- ing of tho schedules, rates of duty nluslc." Tho blushing bride Just as The Republican and Weekly liner Ocean and Farmer $1,50 I 'Give me cake made 25 ernment with deliberate "packing" and tho explanatory statements on tho ceremony was completed, said ISfl tho commission with Protectionists. which tho rates were based, was sont that this would be tho "thankfulest vv'1'1 Calumet I know what &V K3G .'i?0 'm gcttin,i I know it's Cfv Tho Chancellor was blamed for Ig- out again by tho Treasury Depart- Thanksgiving" they ever spent. pure, wholesome, nourishing, nQ noring tho precedent established by ment to tho various departments of fy U3ty. Ve tcnipitrifT andCalumet's won- - nQ Ulsmarck at tho time of tho Tariff tho Imperial government interested "It'inll in 3 revision of 1879, whon representaTfcn raising JLiOv derful lc3cnin; nnd puriiv. f!rf; tives of lnbor and of tho middle class therein, as well as to the separate 'IKA roner its ab.olutc itT governments of the constituent states $c v' resultsCalumet for uniform s es, Including artisans, tradesmen as and to tho commission. THE and eronomy." T? V-VEwell as consumers, and professional SEWING After recastlug tho entire Tariff KccelveJ ll'ii!i.t Aw.rJt Kf jfjf men wero Invited. h'njf Ctti i7.i Jxfj MA vtNK onco moro in acordnnco with tho Tho government defended its ac- suggestions received from tho bodies OF kp. ?$ tion on tho ground that the com- Just mentioned, tho Treasury DepartQUALITY. 11 m Kr'WaS23aSaS-fl?mission was engaged on purely tech- ment was finally In a position to subnical work, and thcroforo had to bo mit tho draft of a now Tariff law to mado up of men whoso work laid NOT OrTTr " vs EJ out for thorn. As to thu repre- tho Federal Council for its approval. SOLD Tho bill was published In the official UNDER sentation of various othcr interests Government Gazette on July 25, 1901 ANY nnd parties, tho Chancollor thought As the various preliminary stages deOTHER was a matter that fell within tho scribed abovo wero conducted in seNAME. HCOpU Ul IUU UUlUUBlUK, muvil "Ullltl cret sessions, tho public at largo now Feel right nil tho time. Don't lay oft from work for days by takinjr calomel no doubt give tho various interests run got tho first opportunity of examinkecjia yo1 WARRANTED FOR ALL. TIME. when pleasant Lie- - Ver-La- x opportunity to make tucmlves ing tho proposed Tariff law. yon purchase tlio XV.W UOMK you will on your feet, whllo reliovlngyour troubIf heard boforo Uio Kclchstag commltTho Federal Council passed tho bill have a Wo a&ct at tlio price you pay, und will le. Safer too, and easy to tako. Don't teo having tho Tariff bill In charge tako anything else. You can't afford ILLUSTRATION: not luivc an endless chain of repairs. with u tow Important changes, and 300 ARTICLES-3- 00 it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysAs tho object of creating tho com- It was laid before tho Kclchstag TfrSV Informed of tho World's IVojrress in - LuH.neeririi'.Mecharlca tem and relieves constipation. A natand Invention. Mot mission was to obtain Information 25, 1901, Uy this tlmo tho i.I'alhcraiKl San and ..--A'l tho rKcmflv.- It itDDeals Quality . ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure ..," ui aim women. of a practical charactor which would various organizations had had tlmo .ioaiiciasesuia ana x ounir-.ii- enlatitounuijoc in its effect and certain in results. It mint mtcriitt JHugaxine Considered joinwtlirtm-jbouwill tbo wutltl Our lureljru won't bo lone before Liv- - Vet-La- x throw somo light upon tho needs of to cxamlno and criticise tho bill, and (ornioTiJt u ure txmitunOy oil tl wauU completely displaco calomel in evert tutcruiluj nnd It It tor tUiu,M now it is tho tho German industries tho first task wero prepared to bring pressuro on home. Children can tako it freely anl So assigned to tho commission was tho tho members of tho rtelchstug and to WrittenNote You Can Understand It l he Shop with perfect safety. Every bottle Cheapest Dirtmaiit ("0 l'net) contain! 60c and $1 in bottles. Noiu collection of data as to tho output glvo expression to their views in tho liOriLaVll to do thin .fu u round thu lluiuii. in the cod ivl genuine without tho likeness and signaMechanic (17 X'ogw) for tbo Xk press. After devoting uino days, t,o a 4maiur TiUMcriaiih Geruiri4twfioii)tuioin'iKOtblntf(tlIliuwlduiiiXilnand value of tho products of ture of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by 1 ncrlne. llnutn. hnirw Itam unit to buy. I man Industries, their sources of sup- continuous discussion of the bill on lltuC4 Jew rjr. iurrurnlturu, etc l!outulti iu tnictlaiu(ortiuiMucuaiuclOiiDiiran(JHorUiauu J. H.' WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Ky its first reading, tho Reichstag turn Sl.SO PCR YEAR SINOUC COMES. tSc If you wttnt n scwlug machine, wrlta for ply of raw material and tho marCheap and big canBakingPowders do not ed It over to a committee of twenty- - " our latest catalogue before you purchu&o. kets serving as outlets. savoyou money. Celumetdots It'sPure MCCHAHtCS MAaAZINEl Tha New Homa Sitting Machine Co.. Orange, Mass. eluht members. In which the various I POPULAR MKMIta AV.U. GIHCABO I N. F'r imlim In in Lack a hpo.1 rraedv and far superior to sour milk and soda. The question asked by the com- - parties irom me Is Dr Miles' ArU No Tariff Commkslon. WnHhltiRton, November 25. There Ger-raanJ trrrmnny Has HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE ''' ........ '!)'. cr.m-inlsM- -- I ,.........', 1L a ., ... ... u-i- ." t5.NiBHP I 'ffleYOUTJfS COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 .,miin y. iR?0 nil OUR CLUBBING RATES. m "Just What Want!" g Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. USE L! R-L fi jr NEW AX mMmm tJ HOME For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. I POPULAffMMCa TVIAGAZINB -1- cr .; -- 522: t euar-nntee- d. l)n-H- t. TiSSSSrSSCiSiSu'- uitra-rroiocuon- -yr.ii'n i'ilu Mils. DolUir.s. to care of teeth Ross. lands bonds, to a Filipino In- Accused of representing himself Tho Palltans". In The campaign Indoor games for bad days ICoda tnsm-ct.general named Tino, who as u hoodoo and hypuotist able to Serbia slackened owing, In part to Williams, Martha Elliott. . Star no experience of any kind, and discover hidden wealth, Joseph Rea tho Central Powers having, in large School Journals that I consider vita in six months had to be relloved gan, negro, Is In Jail, where he was measure, purpose, and, helprul Aaron Rosx, aJttr a trial for malpractice and uc- - sent by Justice W. A. Taylor, while In part, achieved their snowstorms rlgg, Martine Taylor. Mary Hazle- to the fierce raltta"l, this important achievement ' For Anything You May Need in X Richard Cross, negro citizen, who liv- - that have put an end for the present NORBERT ROSS. te: taidc very doubtful The arrear- - oa Mear Galloway bemoans the loss of to the'opeTatiorfsor the British and CLERA SHULTZ, r.fxin collections from leases of friars 110. French forces In Sbuthern Serbfa. ORPHA S. BRADEN, fiauds-ur- e haid to have exceeded COO, .4 According to the credulous one, a Committee. t ?S5 peco,diie to inefllcleucy. negro of ginger cako hue appeared Italian Theater. The Italians SASH, DOORS, COLUMNS, MILLWORK ' "Similar cases of Inefficiency at his home and at once launched in- have not lessened In any watfrelr British Cnsualitles Show Decllue for In the bureaus engaged in For Our l)ivct Prices. violent attacks on the Austrian posito a confession of his prowess. November. to suppress the dangerous He bore evidcuco of prosperity. He tions along the Isonzo front. A semi London, Nov. 30. British casualvii'SBflCTjH'Kt, in conducting the l. official Austrian dispatch wore pateut reports FORDSVILLE PLAINING MILL COMPANY In collecting Internal revenue. gray cloth tops, leather, shoes with that the suburbs of Gorizia arc in ty lists purchased during November a stunning suit and total 1,23"2 officers, 45,184 non-colacorpttrtcd Et usually takes some time to show , on the left,arru of bis coat was em flames and that civilians are evacuai-ln- g missioned officers and men In all WIImou, Mri--. FORDSVILLE, KY. 'Miirtricieney due to changes because of K, the town. .blazoned a.blg red heart. Tho whole: ., ..... fields of war, bringing the total since i """"'" "Ul """ Picture was topped off with a modish ,T,- the beginning or hostilities up- to apai- -or At GulUpoli. In tho face of the proximately 600,000. ? two too small, but Just !!! approach of Turkish nght to set Jauntily. . Heavy as wero tho losses In killed, ing rapidly oa to the two forts and positions of all his forces, . xui most wasteful wna nffntnl tn i. u w.i.ht.u tho battle tu .t. uaa iannnn Thn iMatlnM InU ,iuon, wuu t. tho British army operating agalnsC wounded ami' missing for the present ivi viattui tutu three gunboats of tho Federals at of Johnaonvillo began In deadly earMy T.'W more places for Filipinos. bored long and grown gray In a hand Bagdad has' been compelled to with- month, they wero much lighter than Johnnonvllle. succeeded by tho use nest. Soon both Conroiiorntn ni.,1 rtsthorlty for those results Is In state-auat- s o mouth existence, that $4,750 was draw to a position lower down the In October, when the names or 3,110 of artillery, In capturlug two "Yan- Foderal shot and or Dean Worchester, Vlco shell were screamburled not far away, and that by the Tigris river. officers and 71,187 kee" transports. These transports. ing nnd shrieking through tho Gilbert and Dan E. Williams, power the "spereta" air omcers and men were Included In the Cape. Graclo Improvised (by putting and this "old Johnny" gave him he aJ4 ot whom are in the Islands and felt liko "hell Germany. The German Reichstag lists. dig it up iu ?30 minutes. ..ouid artillery aboard them) Into gun had broken loose In Gcorgln." Yes, &JU.7TF iheni well. In addition, many mo visitor satu an that money. will assemble today to consider measA statement Issued In London Oc- boats,, with which to attack tho "Yan"hell had laid a nig." lincii tr n ttrri1 ti. ean t.tn i .... v. -- . ........v... which was more than Cross had ever ures relating to the food supply and tober 29 gave the British casuaHtles kee" gunboats on November During tho battle, Generals For4th. It e of whom because of their busl- - bduved ,n Ule WQr, conduct of the war. It is- expected from tho beginning of the war to Oc- was understood with Capt. Gracie rest and Buford, and some staff offur calling In the Islands, it would , that a bill will be Introduced for a tober 9 as 493,294. Tito total among and Col. Morton, chief of artillery, to Qwss ,o wou,dn.t c)m ' icers, rodo down to where Capt. GraCross one cent for telling him about war loan of f 2,500,000,000. officers In that period was 2r,293, that the Confederates were to havo a clo was serving 2 of his 34 I am utterly opposed to the Jones . pounder v ,.V fU4IU n,lt r .. nnn f t1U and among-othearnks 472,001. battery at Cypress creek, and that rilled Pnrrott. guns, and Gen. Forrest ti&l and have always been opposed : not bu safe for Prnss tn trv In fliwl It . Wednesday. Capt. Gracie was to attack tho three requccted permission of Capt. Gra"iu it. Its promise of Independenco alono. ..ho n,t.h. , ,n The Ilalk.ui.s-- . The ultimate stand FOR SALE GOOD VAIiVK IX "Yankee" boats with his two rebel de to servo one of wwlaln to mislead the Filipinos In- - Jam.. ..Yore muU hayo tQ of Greece and Rumania toward the farm land, small or large farm to boats, bring on a running fight, Capt. Graclo readilythem. Of course, thlnlilng It Is near at hand. Its . granted this ,, 0 haU not h hl h8 Entente Powers Is a question, so far suit purchasers; only sold to settle draw tho "Yankeo" boats under tho Well, Forrest, Buford and Jctlo Senate will diminish the pow- - toojB ajonK as can bo ascertained, has not yet estate; easy terms. J. L. Hawes, fire of Morton's v 34 pounder rifled officers, loaded the pieco, Gen. Forof the Americn executive most In- CroM w beRllinIn. t0 hIs complied with the demands of the Macco, Ky. Pnrrott guns, nnd annihilate them. rest jerked tho lnnyard, fired a shot, Jpnrwualy. Its rcqulrcmcnta that ap- - dream ,)f wcath fado away( when tho Enlento Powers last note, which, it But,-- when Capt. Graclo began his end failed to make it reach tho "Van- - v,B,,nr hni, B.natments be confirmed by tho Sonirtn.Thamn is undorstoud, embraced tho attack, Morton's rifled Parrott's wero keo" gunboat, but tho old cannon re- J Will make tho Governor General or $10 would take tho place of tools. proposition that tholr forcesconcrete Reminiscences Battle ir should 2 miles distant from the colled "d feet" from tho iwa.inletely subservleut to tho Filipl-v- He would not tako terrlblo dis tho $10; bo would be absolutely untramme'ed In Greek the wunlng for- Tenncsseo river. To make matters charge of itself. Again Forrest nnd politicians and will eliminate all let "Unclo Dick's" wifo keep It. "Un- - territory tunes of the Southern Confederacy worse, tho machinery ot one of Capt. his officers loaded and fired American guldauco In the bureaus cle Dick" did not happen to havo $10, tho 34 In tho yenr 18C4, still, daring and Grade's gunboats got out of order. pounder, but tho tajBd departments. shot but ho went out und borrowed It. Austria. While the reported im- resourceful as ever, that great cav- Tho Captafn transferred his crew to short of tho gunboat. hit tho water, "Well," said ItniDils (inrrlsoii. Tho next thing was to satisfy-- pending cfcanges In tho Austrian cab- alry leader, tho famous Gen. Napol- his other boat, und kept up his run- Geu. "I was personally engaged In Phll-ijol- "Uncle Dick" that tho f 10 was safe inet have been connected with tho eon Bedford Forrest, continued to ning fight until he ran a foul of seven didn't Buford, "Gen. Forrest, you hit tho 'Yankees No," work four' years and supervisly in. bis wife's keeping. The visi- visit of Emperor William to Emperor strike strong and telling blows at tho Ohio river gunboats, steaming up tho said Forrest, "I'll havo to depress or for tight jear- more, and I can tor sewed it in a sack and tied it Francis Joseph, n Berlin dispatch Federals, or "Yankees," as tho Con- Tennessee. Of couno, Cupt. Grade this piece." Again tho cannon was ioi course, not rid myself of a personal under hor arm, while ho mumbled says tho rl&it was without particular federates called them. Indeed, For had to land his crews and make his loaded and fired, and again tho shot 'jlx:ioii to it. I am profoundly anx-- 1 things In a language tho old couple political purpose. rest's invincible rfdors wero ever In getaway. hit tho water. Gen. Buford said: rjb to avoid tho disaster toward hud never heard before. tho taddlo ready to do and to daro. It being late In tho evening and "Gon. Forrest, your shot didn't hit , which 1 believe tho present policy Thoa Aunt Jennie, with her con-i- a Kngfaiid. Earl, Kitchener, the Fort Helman, ou tho west bank of cool, our cavalry, encauip.cd gunboat.". Gen. Forrest answerthe tending. But Mr. Garrison charges 'jure bag under her arm, was told to British Wur Minister, has returned tho Tennessee river, in the south- cypress swamp, had buildcd insome tho by ed saying, "never mind, Gen. Butftnt I am partisan in the sense that sit quietly in u room all alone, and to to England from tho near East and. west corner of Calloway county, Ken- fires. Soon the "Yankee" gunboats ford, my Bhot will 'rlchochef and Republican cam- - fix her thoughts upou tho "sperita" is expected In n few days to lay ttiis 1 jiart of the tucky, was occupied for sometime by espied these fires. Consequently, givo the 'Yankees' boll!" zne;n. Thi3 Is, a great Injustice to "for 30 minutes, until this high priest tho British War Council tho re- - Confederato forces under Gen. Ab- - rightly supposing tho woods to bo Tho Coufoderates sank ic. i uopo lor a tiepuDiican au- - or tho spirit world would go out, call aultf of bis observations and also his ram Buford, with one brigade of cav- full of "JqhnhyiRcbelB,"tthey, Imme- boat. Tho Federals blow upono gunthe othMinistration to reserve tho present them up and force them to do hla conversations with the King of alry, one (3rd Ky.) regiment of diately, If nptisooner, began to shell er two themselves. Morton's big 1 never would seek u po- - bidding. policy, but Greece, tho King of Italy and tho mounted Infantry .commanded by Col. tho woods. Zounds! But your hum- guns dlsmnntlpd ftticul isbuo in tho Philippines H It After waiting uii hour for his via-ul- d members of tho French War Coun- G. A. C. Holt, and a battery or light ble servant, and all tho other "John- Johnsonvlllo was tho two forts, and ours. I had no party, ltor to get back, "Unclo Dick" "be avoided. n cil. artillery. These constituted the loft nies" in that particular "neck of As an examplo of tho wasto of I was in tho Philippines at covered that tho $10 bad disappeared u wing of tho Confederate army of Gen. woods," quickly vacated it, without tho waste of war, let us We appointed as many Dem- -. from "Aunt Jeiinift's" conjure bag. work.. Itullua Front. The nature of tho Nnpoleon U. Forrest, when ho made any further Invitation from those Httlo battle. According take this one o to tho fron- his successful assaults on Johuson- - "Yankeo" gunboatB. icxv as Republicans. Wo were Ho made a bca line for Squire Tay-- 1 fighting on tho Auatro-Italfa- n of Oen. Forrest and hla officers, wurkiAK for tho Eillplnoa and tho ( lor's olllce. .. tier is indicated by tho Austro official vllle, Tonn., on tho east bank of tho On the morning of November Sth, wio i.omoaorates destroyed at JohnReagan fits "Uuplu Dick's" descrip-toterex(IU of on r country, and my deep communication Issued by the War Of- Tenncsseo river, November 4th and 1864, Col. Morton, having brought sonvlllo 11,000,000 worth of U. S, In the Philippine problem tlou of his visitor, even to tho heart fice, which says: "It becomes clearer h5th, 1864. up his heavy artillery, and Gen. For- Government property, I never had the sllghte?. ilnse of ;n hla coat sleeve. and clearer that tho Italians will, at ';at! Forrost's brave little army, mov- - rest, having made the necessary dis WILLIAM II. CUNDIFF. all' costs, forco a victory noar Gorilla party fcollng. I don't think I am LATEST WAR NEWS If It Is at all posslblo to do so." much of a partisan, generally. "I think I have given fairly subSerbia. Unofficial advices aro to stantial evidence by my npp'olntment tho effect that Monastlr has boen and my treatment of porty opponBNJJEFENS1VE ents when in ofuco, that my partisan- Serbia. ThoMonday. of tho evacuated nnd that It Is only a matarmies ter of tlmo beforo tho Bulgarians ship la pot blind. It seems to mo allies iac driven all the that I have not been unmindful of from territory Into Motito HContllnuod from First Poge.) the necessity for standing by this nefjro and Northern Albania, leaving 'troops In Southern Serbia arc snow- bound In nation-n- l "Democratic Administration u their 'onirc! only n portion of tbe crises, without regard to party fouthwfU'rn and southern sect!) is mk; Harding, Chief of Manila Thursday. Mr, Carlson's lan of tin l.iiictioin, which, with the ivl 'Scott. Captain of Police. By considerations. Except for Northeast Battlefields. guage Is unjust, vehoment and un of t!.o British nnd French aJnUfcthtng these offices, Knrlght, ' Montenegro, along tho Eeastcrn Scr-recurs to UiD measured, I think when ho Bulyv-lans- .. thev aro o ding against tho .and Acting Director of .Moiiicmgrlu In tho In tho future ho will regret It." "With tho night of the rem- Uonzo sector ofIrontler and Ovrl 'Service Hureau; Randall,' Spe- It the nants of the Serbian army Into the war ?one, little lighting of moment cial Agent of (lie Executlvo Hureau, Is For the jMU'AVJltiams, Chief Commissioner to Henryi Ford Denies tlmt he Albanian mountains," says the latest is taking place on nuy of the numerGermans. official German communication "our IJiau JYanclsco Exposition, were Ford operations against this array arc ous bnttlc fronts. Detroit, Nov. 30. Henry Frank Carpenter, Executive In France and Belgium virtually of the Islands for ten year was baclc In Detroit today making brought to n close, our object of ef- nothing Is going on txeent artillery sailfecting communication with Bulgaria jk .Assistant Secretnry for years ba- feverish' preparations for the ing of his peace ship, tho Oscar II and tho Turkish Empire having been engagements in which, the French ttels, was transferred to the Moro isteti C(iMstdcrahlt damage has been svwrnu'rshlp, with whoso duties he next- Saturday. But he found time accomplished.' In making this anmen at his nouncement Borlln reports the cap- done to German defensive positions. In receive nevsnnner This was In order vrcrcanoJ familiar. tractor factoiy. Seated on a stojl ture of Rudnlk, to the southwest of vlu make way for a Filipino In an non the nd.jts o Mltrovltsa, and the taking of 2,700 Germany. Advlrrs from CopenUu importance and political i:l hagen nro to the effect that the SomkI up m l.i prisoners and much war material, r which Is greater than those u( riilmtfacturer isrmr cialist leader In the German Reich-stn- g li.s eilttc.s whii Irive rldlcutoJ t nJ any other hureau position. will nk tho German govern r'l'lc ni', only to nr. war ti. t,t IID.I Jobs Chafige Hands, Itultun l'ront. Aside from Serbia ment to give Information as io (lie peace efforts. The official record shows that bc- - "If thjs war l.s stopped now It will the theater is furnish- conditions on which Germany would ing the most violent fighting of any be ready to begin peace negotiaUv.n October, 1913, when Governor" be England who made it possible," of the war zones. Here along the ttZoRurnl Harrison landed and January tions. Ford said. "If England had not come A. 133 Americans were 1, 131 entire front the Italians arc on the ' into the war when she did a wave of from office and that by July 14, offensive against the Austrlans. Shells Austria. Emperor William's visit militarism would have spread over V3S4, the number separated had 1 are raining on the Gorizia sector, to Vienna, coinciding with the resig the other countries which could not while taiaseil To 47C, and that all of these the Italian infantry have fierce- nation of three Austrian cabinet mem wero otllclally reported to have ren- - have been stopped, England 'has ly attacked nt Oslavia, on the hers, Is connected with a reported made it posslblo not only to stop war mnrefactory service. height nnd the Dobcrdo plateau. but to stop the spread of militarism They penetrated the Austrian posi- effort of Germany to forco Austria Un addition to these, I am iuform- into a German ziillverciii, a desire of 'bj Dan R. Williams, that Mr. and destruction." tions, but, according to Vienna, later Emperor Franz Joseph to secure a Ford denied with some heat that wero Jftijlor, idlrector of agriculture; Mr. driven out. separate peace through the Interho had tendencies. JRtaran, director of prisons; Mr. vention of Pope Benedict and a ru"I am If this war can of posts; Mr. In tho West. French aeroplanes mored dispute between Austria nnd member of the Manila Munlcl-- be( .stopped now. Of course, I am have bombarded German aircraft Bulgaria over division of Serbian Board; Mr. Bowdltch, secretary prorpeace before everything. The hangars at Habshelm, cast of territory tlmo to stop tho war is now, not only wr stlie .Moro Province; Mr. Robert-waand French and German avi because of the waste and destruction, rfrrector of tho Philippine Library ators have had thrilling fights In the Program. r-- Sniilh, .chief of tho mining dlvis-ir- a but because the greatest hope of a air In which four German mnchi-ioTeachers Meeting to be held at lasting international peace lies in nt rlho .Bureau of Science; Mr. were brought down. Cooper Schoolhouse, Friday, Decem'asbolin, chemist of the Bureau of. the war being haltod beforo any ber 10, 1915. great nation wins a decided victory." :TZMmoc; Mr. Kearney, chief clerk of Tuesday. Welcome Address J. P. Coleman. Ford declared that plans for the elue Bureau or Posts; Mr. Beardaley, Austria. For the first time since Are Teachers Meetings Benefipeace cruise would probably be comJoWrJ of tho Postal Savings Bank the outbreak of the war Emperor cial? C. E. Allen, Henry, Barnes. Mr. Gee, chief clerk of tho pleted before Wednesday night when William of Germany and Emperor Advantages or the Educated Man MjisTon 'of the Public Works Bu- he returns to New York. Francis Joseph of Austria have met. over the Uneducated Andrew Ross. Ford .was in receipt of an offer Mr. Cobb, Supreme recbrder, ccal'; Tho German Emperor went to Vienna S, W. Taylor. acjdi Judge Crossfield, of the tJourt of from Now York moving picture con and conferred with the Austrian sov Methods of grading Henry Brack-iWfcrst Instance, reslgrTefl becauso of cern to finance the entire peace ex ForShelby Shultz. pedition in return for the exclusive ereign, the In salaries and uncertainty of Is the present Trustee System betmotion plctur rights. Ford said he eign Minister and the Hungarian ttorare. bePremier. The conferences than If so, thought Thr .policy of eliminating these himself. ho could stand the expense lieved to have been concernedaromore ter Austin,thoIt. old? Jackson, why? E. G. S. Warren .strong ana effective Americans creat-'- 3 , Reports' that former Secretary of with the situation In the Near East Taylor. demoralization which showed than that In any of the war Noon. almost at once. I have not space State Bryan was en route to De- theaters. Coincident with other William's Boys corn club W. W. Browder. troit to confer with Ford could not itxLtborate the instances. By visit, however, comes a. report from Modern books and education com the olllce of public lands from be confirmed. the German news agen pared with that of 20 years ago W. 'TSzvjwr, nn expert who was rapidly cy that several members or the Aus- A. Casebler. Mater? certain the creation of a Unclo Dick Bemoan Loss of Ten trian Cabinet areabqut to resign. How Instruct the child in regard 'citing mud to meet the 7,000,000 3S. flARRiSON Ten-tou- lc WHEN NEED VARM BLANKETS, OR QUILTS W c A' xz COME TO US . tt. for-iev- (. 1 FOR THEM. 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