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The Hartford republican: December 24, 1915 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 hao1915122401_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: December 24, 1915 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Fine Job Work. VOL. XXV11I. CLAIM DEVOTED TO THE. INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 25 St. Bernard Mining Company nnd first occupied by tho school, free of charge, In 1913. No" local school tax has ever been levied against or collected from tho people, of the district until 1913, after tho graded common school district was established. But tho people of Earllngton havo enjoyed a free public school for nine months each year during a period of moro than thirty years, the corporation has paid annu-all- y tho largo deficit over the State per capita appropriation. This has been for some years a complete graded and high school and for more than two years a county high school. It was for many years the only free school in Hopkins county taught for longer than five or six months. A fan heating and ventilating system and domestic sclenco department, cooking with individual electric equipment for girls' classes, are out of the ordinary features of this school plant. Five hundred pupils are enrolled. Prof. C. E. Dudley Is so HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1915. convention, and It Is n courtescy that will probably bo extended. Republican IMiinic. Tho Republicans mny hold their Stato convention on February 12, to Secretary Alvls Dennett on tho nfternoon hrfbro tho serving of Lincoln Protectlvo Club banquet, an occasion which will attract party men from all over tho State. This means that their district convention would bo held on February 11. Edwin P. Morrow Is counted on ns the one man Bitro to ho chosen n national delegate. Marshall Ilullltt, Wilson, Richard 1 Ernst, George W. Long, Dr. Hen L. limner and a host of other names havo been mentioned. Separate Sent Measure. Senator Charles H. Knight, whoso Jim Crow street car bill providing separate scats for white and black has aroused opposition, stated today that ho had no intention of forcing nn act on the people of they didn't want It. Ho believes, however, that he Is right lu believing that Louisville voters want such an act. He Is desirous of gauging public opinion regarding the desirability of such an act and Invites expressions from the public. Lexington already operates Its street cars under a Jim Crow law, according to Senator Knight, and all the rest of tho Southern cities separate the whites and blacks. Juno Meek's Candidacy. A diminutive politician was active In Louisville hotel lobbies last weolc In tho person of Juno Mecks, of Frankfort. June Is a tiny newsboy, who operates at tho Capitol Hotel, at Frankfort. Ho wants to bo a page somewhere In the Legislature and has been canvassing the Legislators who drop Into town. K. E. A. Measures. A committee of the Kentucky Educational Association, composed of R. S. Eubank, of Lexington; Supt. J. W. P. Brouse, of Somerset, and Supt. H. O. Sluse, of Covington, will draw up a bill aiming to take the offlco of tho Stato Superintendent of Public Instruction out of politics by making tho superintendent eligible to succeed himself. This will require an amendment to the constitution. The Association will also seek the following legislation: An act to give an ample annual appropriation until 1020 to the Literacy Commission. An act embodying a model school law for cities of the fourth class. An identical act was introduced in tho last session of the General Assembly and passed tho Houbo only to bo lost In the final rush In the Senate. An enabling act to permit cities of the second class to carry their own Insurance on school property. An act amending the charter of cities of tho second class giving them tho right to ask for a vote on school bonds every year Instead of 'every two years, as at present. v. $68,404 FIGHTING TURK IS NEAR-VEGETARIA- CATTLE LOSSES N sufferers foot and mol'th" legisla- will .hk tiik 'itre for that hum. BREAKFAST ON ROSPllORUH CON- HISTS OF SMALL CUP OF COl- POWERFUL FEK AND A ROLL. knick-knack- s around on his back, to ,tho astonishment of every vlsldr acquainted only with tho prowess of porters in the West. This rugged Turkish burden-beare- r eals n dinner nt night which, In times of peace, costs about 4 cents a bowl of pilaff wltlu lfits of meat In lt."- - HOUSE ENTRUSTED WITH MISSION WILSON'S PERSONAL CONFIDANT KOINO ABROAD 'i O CONSULT AMERICAN AMBASSADORS. ' . NAVV FOR THIS NATION BILL BEEN lililtllran PREPARED He- - MILKANDBREADATNOON Principal .Meal lit Night; Hire Rase of National Food; Somo Dishes Delicious. Plans for I ho Democrat Ir anil Htiite DKcus.sod. Conventions ? Kentucky Btock and dairymen who lost tattle by allowing tho Stntc to make wholesale salughler on tho of tho foot and mouth disease among their herds, havo organized Into n body called "Kentucky Chilmnnts for Loss Account of Foot nnd Mouth Disease." The body will proHccutu Its claims before the Legislature lu tho form of a hill which nooks to recover JCS.494.C3 for this loss. This indicates that the food value of thu stock destroyed was twice that amount, or $13G,98S.8G. The actual value was, of course, much more than this, as somo of tho stock was fancy dairy cattlo nnd highly bred hogs. Tho United States govof ernment has already paid one-hathe claims at tho time the epedemlc was raging State officera promised that an effort would ho mado to get the State to pay the other half. Senator Charles H. Knight, himself a loser to the extent of several thousand dollars, has been elected chairman of the organization, and H. E. Snow, of this ctyj Is secretary. F. 11. Goodrldge heads tho committee on claims. Other States have pasi-e- d bills Incurring expenditures of millions of dollars, and the claims of Kentucky men are said to bo very modest. The claimants have sent a specimen bill to every member of.the Legislature, asking for his views on the subject. Tho fnct asks for n lump appropriation of JCS.484.C3 to liald out to Individuals aB listed. Tho claimants must swear to the amount of loss they have Incurred, and these can be verified by comparing them with tho allowances mado by tho Uunlted States government Tho only cxpenso tho organization of stock men will Incur Is that of stationery nnd stamps, no offlclals or attorneys getting fees. State Conventions. Members of both of tho dominant are finding them-sclvpolitical parties with almost the confronted same conditions regarding tho eleco tion of dolegates from tho tile national party cbnvcn-tloto Thero are many more candidates suggested thun thero arc places to be filled. The way out of the difficulty la suggested by tho action of m the Kentucky convention which sent MUSTACHE DEMANDS; DEMANDS RECOMPENSE delegates to tho Baltimore convention. This Is, to honor twico tho Henderson, Ky., Dec. 21. As a renumber ordinarily sent. It would tho vote of every man by one-lial- f, sult of nn explosion of a coal stovo but as tho chairman of tho del- i Dr. W. S. Galloway, a prominent egation usually votes It solidly, , It physician of this city, Is seeking to would mnko no difference In tho roll-ca- ll collect ?G00 for tho loss of his mus- jtacho. Tho Doctor was carrying by States. Tho Democratic State Convention sick and accidental Insurance with a will probably bo held somo tlmo in (St. Paul, Minn., lnsuranco company, April. That it will remain another and ho thinks ho Is entitled to tho measuring of tho strength of tho damages by tho terms of his cony Stanley forces and tho tract. Ho has written tho homo ofseems likely, according to well flco explaining that his mustache ranks An efTort will bo was nine Inches from tip to tip and posted politicians. mado to elect Gen. W. 1). Haldeman that ho had been twenty years In National Committeeman to succeed growing same. Without his famous Urcy AVoodson and, Judging from fnco decorations tho Doctor declares tho letter ho wroto to tho National his looks nro ruined. 7, Gov. on December Commltteo Stanley will throw all his lnlluenco T. It. FAVORS AVILSON AGAINST In that direction. Gov. James U. McCreary, It a beNow York, Dec. 21. While tho lieved, wlllio cpmpllmented by tho State convention by an clcc'tlon as dinner given by Elbert H. Gary last member of tho delegation to tho na- Friday to a number of financiers with tional gathering. Oov. McCrnry's Col. Theodoro Roosevelt, also a namo has been mentioned as a pro- guest, has been surrounded by much bable cnndldato for Congress from secrecy, tho real nature of the dintho Eighth district, but its use In ner has at last come out. It was this connection is unauthorized. Ho generally bolleved that Col. Roosebefeolsthat ho has been slightly honor- velt was being put in tho way of many ears ing nominated by Wall strteet as the ed by tho Democrats for and does not'deslro further offlco Republican candidate for President. holding. Tho Democrats will Jhow According to information secured toesteem, however, by making night, however, the dinner was their At a previous luncheon, hlra u dolegate. Gov. McCreary has every national convention however, Col. Roosevelt is said to attended for years and Kentucky's delegation have talked politics, declaring that while he disliked President Wilson, would look strange without him. ho would support htm against any Tho election of eight delegates-at-larg- e serve to placate tho fac- Republican running on a would platform. tion which loses control of the State lf 6 cs Stato-at-largn. re-du- co autl-Stanlenon-politicpro-Germ- Tho flglUlng Turk Is lnrgely a vegIn spito of the supcrsitlon about the omnivorous character of the true warror, according to a sketch recently prepared by the National Geographic Society, which tells of tho staples of tho Turkish tablo and describes some of the favorite dishes of folk upon the Bosphorus. The sketch follows: VTurkiah fare Is distinguished by Its simplicity. The Turkish kitchen might bo put at one end of the scalo and tho French kitchen at the other. The complexities of Parisian cookery demand a long and careful education for a clear comprehension of their values and for a proper appreciation, while the dishes of Constantinople at least those which appear upon the tables of Turks in the later! than 1926." Building Program. ordinary fortunes of life, are rudimentary. At the same lime the board pre'Vegetables, fruits and grains are sented a building program for 1917 the staples of the Turkish kitchen. In 'compliance with the Secretary's Breakfast of the Bosphorus consists request for "a program formulated of a small cup of coffee and a roll. At in the most definite terms, planned noon there Is a bowl of sour milk for a co'nslstent and progressive of this great defensive and bread. Thick Turkish coffee Is taken again In the afternoon to key arm ot the nation." up appetites for tho principal meal, Details of the board's reply are not which comes at night. This meal In- revealed, as subsequently in October cludes probably, pilaff (meat and of this year, the Secretary asked the rice), several kinds of vegetables, board to prepare "a- - building progpastry and thick coffee. The ram for the navy 'that will continue meal Is still moro simple over a period of five years with an a chunk of bread and an onion or a expenditure of about $100,000,000 bunch of grapes. each year for five years on new only." The administration "There are "however, some dishes upon the Turkish bill of fare which plan for the construction of sixteen tho returned westerner never wholly capital ships within five years Is ceases to regret. Pilaff 1b one. It Is founded on the board's answer.-- . a food as national with the Turks as At the same time the board again the potato with the Irish, as the cab- developed Its Idea of the place the bage with tho German. It takes a American navy should hold in the multltudo of forms, but its basic qual- world In the following language: ity is derived from rice being cooked Control of the Sen. in such a way, as to preserve each "Tho General Board believes that giain ferment and distinct. tho course of the present war in "The rice Is unpolished and, in the Europe affords convincing .reasons cooking, takes on a gelatinous coat. for modifying for the past eleven Sometimes It la boiled in mutton fat years as to the proper size of the a rich, smooth, Inviting dish. Some- navy. A navy In firm control of the times bits of roast mutton nro ming- seas from the outbreak of war is the led with It, when It becomes a meat prime essential to the defense of a pudding of 'delicious flavor. It Is country 'situated as is the United cooked with small currants and pine-nut- s, States bordering upon two great fragrant and spicy. It Is serv- oceans. A navy strong enough only ed with dates and flavored with or- to defend our coast from actual Inange peel. But, whatever Its form, vasion will not suffice. It is one of the treasured memories "Defense from Invasion Is not the of a visit to tho Near East. only function of the navy. It must Egg-plaIs the foundation of commerco and protect our favored Turkish dish. It Is drive that of the enemy from the sea. stuffed with chopped onions and rlco The best way to accomplish all these and cooked in oil. It is also stuffed objects is to find and defend the hoswith meat marrows and rice, and tile fleet or any ot its detatchments steamed until it becomes a culinary at a distance from our coast sufficinspiration. iently great to prevent interruption furthermore, of our normal course of national "Tho Westerner, learns to enjoy many of tho milk life. Tho current war has shown foods prepared by tho Turks. Ynourt, that a navy of tho size recommended cultured milk as thick as sour by this board In previous years can cream, prepared from tho rich milk no longer bo considered as adequate of tho buffalo cow, is a TWiHsfaitlon to the defensive needs of the United to tho most paupered diner. Chick- States. Our present navy is not suffi-cemado from grated en breast-milto give duo weight to tho diprice milk, lomatic remonstrances ot tho United chicken breasts; olly-llk- o starchy pudding, eaten with sugar States In peaco nor to enforce its por; and yaourt, with licies in war." , and chopped nut meats, are other dishes. Tho report lays stress upon the "Tho Turks are fond of sweets. board's proposal that seven of tho They prepare a kind of bread, which sixteen now ships, four superdread-naught- a they soak lu honey and'eat with rich and Puree battle cruisers, be cream. They also preparo pastry In authorized in 191C. Secretary Danstrings soaked In honey. Their fruits iels has reccomended to congress, nro excellent, better In quality and of however, that only two dreadnoughts greater variety than the fruits of tho and two battle cruisers be authoriz' West. Meats alone, of raw food ma- ed at this tlmo. terials, with tho exception of mutChristmas Prices. ton, aro poor In Turkey, but then, tho 1 Doz Oranges 15c Turk Is a good deal of a vegetcrlan. 15c Mixed Nuts . .' 'Tho simple diet of the Turk has ot 15 & 20c Candy. . . . . . .23c taken nothing from his good physis. 75c Stick Candy que; rather, likely, It Is one of tho 25c Choc. Candy main sources of his health, or hamal, 25c dlnea on a chunk ot bread, costing lib. 40c Choc. Candy 45c 1 cent, together with a melon, or a 1 Gal. Cranberries Box Choc. Candy 91.00 bunch, of grapes, or an onion, or a Box Xmaa Candy $2.50 piece of cheese, to the cost of another K, K. Knife 75c cent, and considers his meal complete 50c K. K. Knife, t.'., Yet his dally toll couslsta'ln carrying packing cases, p'tahdJ' 'and other etarian Washington, Dec., 22. The American navy should bo "equal to the most powerful maintained by nny other Vatlon of tho world" not later than 1925, In the opinion of the Navy General Board, headed by Admiral Dewey. The annual report of the boar1 disclosed that this naval policy was formulated by the body in July last in answer to the following propositions propounded by Secretary Daniels when the administration reached' its decision to enter upon a campaign of national preparedness: "What the navy must be in the future in order to stand upon an equality with the most efilcient and most practically serviceable." The board's conclusion follows: "Tho navy of the United States should ultimately be equal to the most powerful maintained by any other nation of the world. It should bo gradualy Increased to this point by such a rate 'of developcruent year above defined should be attained not fecllltles of the country, but, the limit by year as may be permitted by the DUTIES CONFIDENTIAL Will Dlspcnso U. S. Views On For- clgn Questions nnd Absorb European Opinion. Washington, Dec. 22. Authoritative explanation ot the purpose of Col. E. M. House's trip to Europe at the request of President Wilson and Secretary Lansing, obtained here today, discloses that Col. House will dispense the views of the United States on general international questions and will attempt to determine the state of official and public opinion in the various countries ho will visit. Col. House visited Secretary Lansing last week and was advised ot the position in which tho United States Government found Itself In regard to international questions and what remedial measures should be taken. He was told that this government under existing circumstances, had found itself unable to put In writing' an adequate expression of the state ot public and official opinion regarding important negotiations and that American diplomatic representatives abroad were unable to advise the State Department as to .the state of governmental opinion in Europe. The State Department is concerned in European public optnon as well as opinions held by officials. Several times, it is said, a lack of understanding has prevented a successful termination of negotiations. Col. House will visit virtually all call upon the diplomatic representatives of the United States and explain in detail American views upon various matters. His discussions will not deal with any particular question, but will be entirely general. In return Col. Houso will gather the opinions and views of European Governments and wil lattempt to 'form an analysis of public opinion in each country he visits. He will endeavor to make certain that ,the Governments and will attempt to the position ot the United States and that the United States obtains full realization of Just what they believe and think. During his tour, Col. House may secure expressions of understandings in regard to peace negotiations. Should he do so the United States will be promptly advised. However, he will make no effort to secure views on'thls point. The peace question, it is stated is merely incidental to his trip. Ambassadors Satisfactory. The State Department wants it understood that tho visit ot Col. House should not bo construed Into meaning that thero Is any dissatisfaction with any of the diplomatic representatives of the United States. As a matter of fact, It was said, tho con- V superintendent. FORD PEACE PARTY LOSES MEMBER BY PNEUMONIA work-lngnia- I Chrlstlanla, Norway, Dec. 22. Lloyd Bingham, a member of the Ford peace party, died today of pneumonia. He was the husband of Amelia-Blnghathe American actress. Bingham was formerly an actor himself but more recently a-- New York stock broker nnd clubman of convivial habits. The Norwegian peace party declines to have anything to do with the Ford peace expedition, according,, to dispatches to the London morning papers, as long as Mme. Rosika Schwlmmer is connected with the movement. Some of the dlspatchas state that a demand b"aT been made for her expulsion declaring that it is Impossible to give the movement a neutral appearance while a Hungarian woman Is an active member directing operations. The Chrlstlanla correspondent of the Times says that the main impression made on the Norwegian public Is that Ford is an Idealist dreamer, a sort ot Tolstoy, whose honesty and unselfishness are beyond question, while some of his followers certainly fail to give that attractive appearance. Mr. Ford who Is greatly Improved from his indisposition, said today that the peace expedition will depart for Stockholm on Thursday morning. It was announced that Mr. Ford had ordered that arrangements be made at The Hague for caring for the peace party's arrival there two weeks hence. A donation of J10.000 has been made by Mr. Ford to the Chrlstlanla Students' Society for a' new building. In making the donation Mr. Ford' announced that. he believed the students were doing much to promote . world peace. mm SERBIANS BLAME ALLIES FOR FALL OF COUNTRY Rome, Dec. 22. Serbians arriving hero agree that the fall of their country was due chiefly to the insistence of the entente allies that they wait for diplomatic negotiations instead ot attacking Bulgaria before tho latter was ready. This caused not only their, defeat, they say, but tho destruction of their country, as certain regions have been put to fire and sword, resulting in the crushing especially- of everything dear to tho Serbians In patriotic mem orlcs. Officers of the Serbian staff express the opinion that the situation might still have been saved if ono army corps of entente troops had arrived In tlmo to assist tho Serbians at Vranya, ns the Serbian army, although outnumbered, fought magnificently. This, they say, ,1s proved by tho fact that the Serbians although withdrawing, mado 70,000 prisoners, including 600 officers, half of whom died during the retreat. It Is announced that King Peter arrived today at Caserta Italy, about twenty miles north of Naples. He Is accompanied by Premier Pachltch. Notice. receipts for all who owe call and get youra. E. W. FORD, A. B. RILEY, B. F. TICHENOH, ' J. W. TAYLOR, L. B. BEAN, J. R. PIRTLE, E. B. PENDLETON, Doctors. nt nn-oth- er sea-bor- ' CHRISTMAS trary Is true. GIFT FOR EARLINGTON nt k, rose-wate- tj. 10-lb- 5-- R b. 5o Earllngton, Ky., Dec. 21. A Christmas gift of unusual dimensions and valuo is announced today by resolutions of tho board of di rectors ot tho St. Bernard Mining Co. The building, equipment and grounds occupied by the Earllngton Graded and High School, which aro easily worth moro than $20,000, aro presented as a gift "for the use and benefit of 'the people of Earllngton and vicinity," as the resolution says, "In commemoration of tho memory of our beloved former president, the late John B. Atkinson, and In per petuation ot the wise and beneficent policies Inaugurated by him toward our peoplo during tho many years of Wo have Ills constructive administration "of us. Please the affairs of this company." The school Is to bo known as "The John B. Atkinson Memorial School" and a suitable bronze tablet erect ed. This school plant is regarded by school men as one ot the best lu Kentuoky. , The building was erected by the 25t3 (j 5.47 Carter, Henry, 47 a. Pr'ct. 4. . 3.61 1C.63 Clark, A. B., 15 a Hocker, W. 0. 82 a C.B4 Cox, Mrs. Fannie, 100 5.07 Crowo, W. T. 80 a. Pr'ct. 20. . 11.48 Marlon, 11 a Haven, 24.14 Darrell, Mrs. Viola, 1 lot 8.01 Moseley, S. J., 119" a Hicks, William, 32 a 4.54 Pr'ct. 34 10.23 7.C2 Mayfleld, W. H., 105 a James, Robt. C. SO a. 1.79 6.29 Evans, W. M. 10 a. Pr'ct. 30. . Mnyflcld, A. L., 40 a nv virtue of taxes duo me, tho. Morrison, Estill L. (minor) 8.90 Grant, W. A. 2 'a. iVct. 21.. 2.30 2.40 Mlncy, M. L 60 acres 24 Sheriff of Ohio county, Kentucky, l 4.92 2.G3 Guest, Hugh, 44 a. Pr'ct. 4 . . . 8.SC Patton, J. J., 8 a wilt on the firs! Monday In January, Norman, Annie, 78 a 1 T. lot 6.03 Harrison Holrs 70 a. Pr'ct. 28. 2.96 3.49 Ralph, J. T., i a 191G, exposo at public sale at tho Pearson, Mrs. Sarah, n Cnrnli 10K n - 11. ill Simmons, lllcliard, 4 a 4.92 Mattlngly, Ans. 50 n. Pr'ct. 20. 2.30 court house door In Hartford, Ken- ln.ll..l 7.55 Cm 4.27 Miller, J, L. 80 a C.23 Taylor, I. V.,!l a Sallle, 70 a tucky, between tho hours of 10 a. Itocprs. Mrs. Next Door to Untilt of Hnrtfortl. Wessey, S. J., 90 a 6.23 Peach, Mrs. Harriet, 5 n. 2 p. m., tho following lands, Hrnncli. 11 Homo Xo. m. and 2.30 11.77 Pr'ct. 4 $13.39 Wcsterfleld, F, D., GO a or bo much thereof as may bo nec- Arnold, U. 0. 137 a 1.87 Pcndloy, D. H. 2 lots Xo. 21 Ilnrtlctts. 7.9 essary to protluco tho sums requir- Ashbroa. J. H. 1 T. lot 20c lb 2 lbs. 35c. Nuts 8.86 v$ 4.9S Sheriff, J. R. 75a. Pr'ct. 1 . . . . J Bartlett, W. S 60 a 5. ed, yz: Baize. E. E. 50 a v. 8.74 Sklllman, Katie, 30 a. Pr'ct. . .20c lb., 2 lbs. 35c. J C.G4 Chapman, J. L., 110 a Kelley, U. L. 40 a Grapes Hast Hartford. No. 1 1.7S 24...; 3.C2 Chapman (G. W. , Johnson Coy, Allen, 50. a Ashley, Lcona (Uy Mont Oad- 20c doss, 2 lbs. 35c. fe Oranges 3.62 Sklllman, Mrs. O. P.' S4 a. and others) 90 a l.GC 4.92 Daniel, Mrs. Nancy, 20 a dls) 120 acres6.73 16.67 Chlnn, C. C, 67 a Pr'ct. 23 5.59 10c pkg., 3 pkg. 25c. Bozarth, Clayton, 25 acres. .. 1 3.4 S t Ferguson, Eloda, 130 a Dates, I'Vi, Raisins 8.67 Storms, J. B. 63 a. Pr'ct. 5. . . 2.53 0.29 Ezell, Ollle, 100 a 14.10 Hoover, J. T. 50 a Brown, M. W. 100 a 2.05 . 17.54 Thornton, Angelina, 1 lot.... 8c to 10c lb. Fuqua, R. E 1S5 a. Candy, loose 4.95 Lamastus, Mrs E. A. (By it. Flelden, D. M. 13 a 180 a. S.01 Taylor, Mrs. Alice, Funk, C. T., 50 a j 7,58 2.9G Bratcher) 100 a Hlnes, Sarah Ann, 40 a 2oc to ?5.00 Box Candy 10.82 S.73 Pr'ct. 23 5.G4 Funk, T. E., 50 a G.05 Morris, J. H. 10 a Lee, B. P. 15 a 7.94 Wlthrow, J. J. 110 a Pr'ct. 17. 12.75 IS. 92 Funk, M. G., 50 a 10.89 Miller, J. W. 165 a Moseley, Dolllc, 125 a 26.16 & 7.60 McCormick B. F 8.90 Foreman, Bill, 80 a 42. 9G Morris, Komney, 75 a McDowall, P. H. 300 a S. O. C. S. O. KEOWN, Gossctt, B. L agent, 50 a... 4.2S S.79 Nelson, J. D. 49 a xi. 12 llulno. 5.64 22.22 'Uchlson, Eugene, 213. a. .. .$12.50 Kirk, Mrs. Annie, 93 a & Pendleton, E. B. 1 T. lot 7.3.G Kirk, G. N., 63 n Held, B Pearl (By J. W. Held) Why You Should U.sc Chamberlain's Edwards, Mrs. Mary 100 a.. . . 4.92 Russellberg, W. At, GO ' , 9.32 a 1 T. lot Us Supply Your Needs G.10 Cough Remedy. Otto, Mrs. Margaret, S a Rhonda, Mrs. D. A., 124 a. . . . S.61 9.75 parks l. T Sullenger, C. B. 4 a 9.04 Because it has an established repu63 a 7.99 Sadler, Mat, j Stevens, A. L. 3S5 a C.27 Pharrls, Pendleton, 40 7.60 tation won by its good work. White, Robt., G4 a S.79 naymond, Jacob, C2 a Schroader, N. A. 30 a 8.01 Bccauso it Is most esteemed by 4.33 Ward, L. R., 33 a Green Front Hartford, Schroader, Emery, 2 T. lots. . 3.09 gtowart, Harvey, G4 a 7.3G 9.50 those who havo used It for many Grocery Westerfield. J. H., 40 a Kentucky 5.G4 Stewart, J. A., 73 a Vance, Nannie, 3S a 8.90 years, as occasion required, and arc Xo. 25 Hcnin. G.29 Wood, S. E. 28 a G.40 Stewart. Arthur T., 22 a good quali8.43 best acquainted with Its S.3G Stewart, Mrs. W. II., 130 a. . . York, E. W. 47 a 4.92 Smiley, B. M 50 a ties. Xo. 20 Ccralvo. 6.05 No. 2 West Hartford. Schroader, Isaac, S a Bccauso it loosens and relieves a $12.60 cold and aids nature in restoring 13.78 Heflin, C. D., 60 a Barnard, M W 120 a. 1 T. lot. 3S.03 Taylor, W. C, 14S a 4a 4.33 tho system to a healthy condition. 5.G4 Igieheart, W. L., 10.02 Wright, Albert, 25 a Blair, W. M. 1 T. lot 5.45 16.82 White, W. M., 1 lot 1G.77 Wilson, Mary A. 22G a Davis, Robert, GO a Bccauso it does not contain opium 22. 4S Glenn, J. H. 4S a Xo. 13 E. Beaver Dam. Xo. 27 Pt. Pleasant. or any other nnrcotlc. J G.14 Balrd, John, 1 T. lot $ 5.09 Bishop, T. J., 70 a King, D. W. 1 T. lot $12.S5 Because it Is within tho reach of ! 5.40 Boyken, Alice, 2 a 4.91 Carsgn, John, i a 5.99 all. It only costs a quarter. ObtainLuce, W. D. 1 T. lot 4.9 S Klrtley, W. M., 165 a 10. SS Davis, Charlie, & Sister, 1 T. lot 30.05 able everywhere. Luce, W. D. m 2.S5 Neal, R. C, 36 a Nail, Miss Maggie, 1 T. lot. 10.88 Hosklns, Ida, 1 T. lot 7.60 i 5.09 29.81 McNutt. J. R., 1 T. lot Itoss, Mrs. D. Cf 179 a No. 28 Narrows. l 6.1G Brown, T. H. 36 a 14.80 Monroe, E. G., 1 T. lot Walker, II. D. 1 T. lot 8.01 l FOR FLETCHER'S 1a G.72 Condor, J. W. 126 a i 8.61 Phelps, Reuben, Wattersou, Jeff, 1 T. lot 22.38 t 8.7G Carter, Charlie, S5 a Stewart, Oscar, 20 a It Xo. 3 licda. 14.94 I 6.72 Foreman, E. D. 65 a Aroon and Tlchenor, 100 a.. .$22.17 Sproule, R. E., 2 a 16.22 i Hud Roads on The Farm. 13.49 Thomas, Anderson, 1 T. lot.. 6.49 Graham, H. A. G6 a Bidwell, F. B. G2 a 15.87 l 11.58 Xo. 14 W. Beaver Dam. 4.92 Bennett, D. L. G5 a Harrison, Mrs. Nannie, 57 a.. The private roads on the farm difI $ 3.81 Harrison, Thomas, 70 a 2.14 Hlnes, J. W., a Hoover, L. C. 6 a 11.04 fer in general from tho public roads 4? l Hoover, C. C. 50 a 8.02 Leach, C. A., 82 a., 2 T. lots. . 23.94 Harrison, Cooper, 30 a 8.67 In the amount and kind of trafllc 4.91 Livers, W. M. 60 a 6.71 which they carry. Hoover, L. C. 155 a 17.17 Turner, Will, 1 T. lot ! The fundamental Maddox, G. W. 175 a 17.17 Quisenbcrry, Owen, 5.31 principles Involved In their construcXo. 15 McHenry. I .. G.25 Arter, A. C, 1 T. lot 7.10 tion and maintenance arc the same. Paris, Mrs. It. L. 2 a. $ 4.79 Willet, Ernniett, 73 a J .. 8.53 Addison, Robt., 1 T. lot Smith, A. S. 50 a Williams, Mrs. Martha, 11 a.. . 1.25 But, as the farm road Is called on to 2.92 8.G5 Butler, Estil, 1 T. lot Shown, Isaac, 62 a 8.00 No. 29 Ralph. bear far less trainc, tho ordinary J Shown, Sylvester, 2 a 8.70 Brown, Charlie, 1 lot J 6.7G Brown, Mrs. Lousella, 84 a... .$ 8.63 methods of construction and maini G.29 Craddock, C, 1 lot Ward, Edward, 16 a 6.76 Clark, B. L. 142 a J 6.91 tenance aro so modified and the use Wade, H. L. 80 a 8.92 Fisher, Will Lee, 1 lot i 6.93 Evans, C. D. 50 a 7.62 of materials so adapted as to meet & Xo. 4 Sulphur Springs. 6.14 Farmer, Elisha, 20 a Glvens, John, 1 lot 5.35 tho special requirements and reduce 3.S2 Hcndrix, Mrs. Anna, 51 a Ashley, Henry M. 50 a $ 8.70 Hutcheson, Mrs. Ann, 1 lot. . 6.74 tho cost. To build the farm roads 49 c Baxley, C. T. 100 a 8.16 King, Zach, 60 a 11.30 Hawes, Arils, 1 lot 10.23 in the same manner as public ? Chappell, Mrs. L. B. 120 a... 16.75 King, D. P., 50 a 4.98 Morgan, Mrs. Sarah, 1G a which carry much greater 2.96 Dever, Miles L. 53 a 7.18 Norris, C. D. 4 a 9.17 Maddox, Marion. 1 lot 4.43 trafllc, in general would be a useless 9.85 Pryor, W. D. 74 a Filback, Mrs. Rtlla, 32 a 9.S5 waste of money. 1.35 Render, John, 1 lot ? 4.S7 Raines, Robert, 1 lot Lee, Shelby W. 12 a 5.52 Ralph, J. T. 35 a 6.04 The first consideration is the locaPC-- s. Miller, J. E. G5 a 10.61 Spencer, Rail T. 1 a 4.56 Ralph, T. L. 40 a 5.64 tion of the roads and paths about c 7.60 Whittaker, J. W. 15 a Watson, Willie 40 a 6.S9 tho farm. 9.97 Snell, T. C, 52 a. The roads and paths arc 49 Wright, John H. S8 a 11.30 Smith, J. S., 2 a 10.23 Wade, G. T. 71 a 17.30 a part of the permanent farm plant. Young, Mrs. Manerva 10 a... 2.39 Tichcnor, S. J., 4 lots 120.47 Consequently they should bo so locatNo. 30 Prentiss. Young, Win. 78 a G.05 Fogle, S. O. 108 a 9.97 Wilson, E. M., 32a $21.70 ed as to best serve tho purpose for Yoham, Mrs. Robt., 75 a, 1 lot S.59 Frlzzell, A. A. IS a Xo ." Muxnn. 6.71 which they aro intended, should fit $ 7.7S Baughn, C. B. 75 a Hudnall, M. M. 63 a 5.5S In with tho general scheme of the No. 1 (I Centertown. $ 2.30 Edge, W. S. 75 a farm, and at the same tlruo should 11. S2 Ashley, Mrs. S. G., 2 a No. 32 Herbert. $ S.SG avoid as much as possible places Medcalf, T. H. 75 a.. 8.23 Ashley, M. L., 50 a 7.10 Floyd, Sally A. 9G a Medcalf, Leo, 81 a... 17.95 which would rcqulro dllflcult and ex10.40 Calvert, C. W., 119 a .20.14 Neal, G. A. 110 a T Incorporated Midkiff, T. B. 60 a 12.94 Payne, J. F. IS a 11.53 Davis, H. H., 1 lot 5.40 pensive construction or maintenance Mldklff, H. C. 100 a S.92 The main consideration, however, 3.22 Rearden, C. F. 51 a 11.53 Davis, Earl M., 1 lot Third Medcalf, Oliver, 3 a 11.4S must be to secure the highest degree 4. SI Spencer, Tina, 117 a 5.40 Heflin, Cleve,' 3 a Medcalf, Mrs. Sarah, 1 T. lot. 2.42 Igieheart, I. T., 50 a Floor in Town Best Light. 7.58 of efficiency from the farm plant as 9.64 Turney, Elizabeth, 109 a Neighbors, Mrs. Belle, 73 a... 12.75 Jones, E. C, 22 a No. 33 Arnold. a whole. 3.62 DAILY SALES. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Wedding, Ollle (By Ora Al$ G.82 Jones, Mrs. M. E., 1 lot 5.94 Allen, L. W. 50 a Tho earth road Is tho most comlen), 95 a 5.64 mon typo of farm road and will pro 2.96 Matlock, heirs, 15 a 2.44 Byers, W. H. 20 a All Kept Wlmsatt, Miss Annie, 137 a.. . 8.S6 Mackey, S. A., 1 lot 4.34 bably so remain. When properly 5.31 Bratcher, Blain, S a L..st year wo sold 9,000,000 pounds, or 40 per cent of nil that S.9G crowned, drained, and maintained Wade, Mrs. Clara, 75 a G.48 Coy, Lawrence, 80 a 12.12 Rowe, Sarah T., 60 a passed over loose leaf lloors and 6.03 with tho split-lo- g Ticlienor, M. J., 45 a of all tho Uurloy. 4.92 Duvall, John, 30 a T drag or other simiXb. 0 Cromwell. 6.82 lar device, tho earth road, on all but a 5.96 Daugherty, W. P. 40 a TlIKIti: AVAS A KKASOX $ Baize, J. L. 80 a 8.35 Wade, L. B., 9.24 a few exceptional soils or In a few 6.92 Haynes, J. T. 125 a Douglas, B. D. 114 a 11.07 Whalen, N. S., 1 lot Hilt, William, 40 a 8.67 places Immediately around tho farm No. 17 Smnllhous. Eicher, W. M. 70 a 12.44 17.84 lots and buildings, can be made to Both Phonos. $ 5.79 Maiden, Buckner, 168 a Hosey, T. C. 1 T. lot 10.75 Brown, L. H., 1 lot 10.23 answer the requirements fairly well. 4.98 Morris, Perry, 102 a Oiler, Mary, 1.52 Bolton, Felix, 30 a 6.G4 A little grading will In general give Goodall, E. H & a Royal, D. A. (By Laura Roy12.80 Smith, Charlie, 50 a 4.G8 tho earth road a crown sloping from al) 60 a 7.G0 Milllgan, J. C, 93 a 12.85 Willoughby, James, 15 a No. 33 Render. Miller, Mrs. D. A., & a Taylor, P. S. L. Stev tho center toward tho side ditches at employed In road construction will ons will not bo required to pass each 4.28 Hutchinson, J. M. 6 a 4.54 a rate of about 1 inch to tho foot, bo found too expensive for use In Im- other, a width of from 9 to 12 feet JJeal. Eliza, 100 a 75 a 10.00 ens), 4.45 and side ditches of sufficient size to proving tho farm roads. Ono or moro between ditches will usually bo sufTaylor, C. S. 132 a 4.33 Hocker, Frank, 1 T. lot 11.53 Williams, N. R 2 a Loney, L. B. 260 a 13. G9 carry away tho storm water can us- of the following will, however, us- ficient. Tho surfaced portion need No 7 Cool Springs. No. 18 E. Fordsvllle. 12.84 ually bo constructed without difficul- ually bo found avallablo and within rarely exceed 7 or 8 ,fcot. Thero is $ 9.97 Carnahan, Mrs. Martha, 1 Akins. J. A. 77 a lot.$ 4.71 Southard, John, 20 a ty. If the ground Is springy tho tho means of tho farmer for surfacing no particular virtue In bulldlns a O. 125 a Herrel, W. 12.60 Cassey, Jim, 2 a No. 35 Additional. 4.33 side ditches may bo mado deeper, or his roads and paths; Gravel, mixtures farm road wider than Is necessary to Kitchens, Escol, 3 a 4.33 Carden, J. S., 55 a 9.99 Hardwick, Mrs Hcttlo 1 T. lot. $19.54 clay, cinders, brickbats answer tho special traJIlc re(ul 4.9S Evans, Molvin, 1 lot Nelson, S. H. 33 a 4.48 Woodburn, E. C. (Adm.) 1G a. 17.85 tho ground water bo carried away of sand and from old buildings, brick-yar- d wasto, ments. Tho need or desirability of by tllo drains. Tally, Mrs. L. A. G5 a 4.92 Hedden, E., 1 lot 7.38 Colored List. Tho fundamental requirement of and quarry wasto. The mateijlal se- moving occassional!)' extra wldo or Xo. 8 Xortli IJocljport. Mitchell, W. D., 16 a 9.96 bil tiard heavy Implements, $ 7.37 nn J. H. Baiter, a. Prct. 17 lected should, however, earth road Is always good drain-agAshley. Mrs. M. E. 1 T. lot..? 4.09 Morton, W. C, 5 lots such r.s certain 7.07 Mrs. T. J. Bassett, a2 enough to withstand crushing under harvesting machinery, over the roads This Involves, first, tho removAllen. Dave, 03 a 11.53 Pulliam, W., 50 a 7.G0 lots, Pr'ct. 2 13.35 al of tho water which readies tho heavy loads and possess sulilclcnt should, howover, uot bo loot 11. C3 Ralph, Mary E., 1 lot Graves. E. A. 1. T. lot 1.93 slghtjf. Ella Brookins, 1 lot, Pr'ct. 2. . 8.19. surfaco of tho road from precipita- binding power to compact well and A littlo foresight In tho allgnmr Heck, Mrs. Nannie, 1 T. lot. . . 4.72 Rusher, Arnold, 1 lot 3.47 'Uf Brooklns, Shanks.l lot, Pr'ct. 2 5.10 tion or otherwise; and second, In maintain a firm, hard uurfaco jundur ditches, In provrdlug nmplo width of Tilford, Ernest, 1 T. lot 8.35 Stone, Henry, 42 a, 1 lot.... 7.G4 Collins, A. T 57 a., Pr'ct. 1 . . 8.07 certain places tho removal of any all ordinary weather conditions. gates, or of giving extra strength to G.93 Whitler, Mrs. Annie, 1 lot . . Vornon, Willie, 1 T. lot 4.09 Coomes, Lem, 1 lot, Pr'ct. 1 . . . 7.22 ground water which readies tho road Dralnago and a good foundation culverts, may save a great dull of Xo. ! South IJocIsport. No, in W. Fui'dbvlllc. Collins, Laura, 1 lot, Pr'ct. 1. 4.54 from underground sccpago. Surfaco tho tho first considerations In Im- both annoyance and delay during ? 9.35 Hulse, G. W Ashford, J. N. 130 a 2a $ 4.32 Duncan, Wash, 1 lot, Pr'ct. 1. . 4.43 dralnago Is acomplished by securing proving a road with a hard surface. somo v,ery busy porloda. Brown, Emery, Mrs. 133 a... S.87 Murphy, Ira L 50 a 7.3G Donloy, Dud, 1 lot. Pr'ct. 1.. 4.10 a reasonable) firm crowned roadway Tho best possible foundation Is good For surfacing footnaths. iiravel, 11.53 Murphy, J. D., 40 a Bratcher. J. W. 51 a 8.67 Ford, Gus, 1 a. Pr'ct. 2 4.01 and providing ditches of sufficient earth road with n low crown. Earth ' mixtures of cand and clay, and cln- Howen, Oscar, 3G a 10.58 Newton, C. It., 50 a 8.26 FIpps, T. J. 30 a. Pr'ct. 1 7.05 slzo and with nmplo grado and fre- 3houldors may bo graded upon each dors, will In general glvo good Eatis-sld- o G.14 Wallace, B. II., 1 lot Boiiton, J. P. 1 T. lot 7.94 Williams, Grlilln, a. Pr'ct. 2. 4.72 quent outlets. Subdratnago to reto prevent tho Hiirfaclng mater- - faction. In surfacing a path with any Curtley, E. S. 70 a 7.02 No. 20 Actnuvillc. Hlnes, Don, b a. Pr'ct 4.01 move the water from beneath tho ial from spreading as In tho construe- - of theso nmterlnls It Is well to havo Decker, John, 1 a 4.94 Clark, Jasper, 24 a $ 5.33 Haynes, J. W. 10 a. Pr'ct 24.. 5. 33 road surfaco or to prevent Its pas- - tlon of an ordinary macadam road. In mind that tho service tho path Is Fulkorson, Mrs. Mary, 60 a.. . G.14 lot 2.31 Hocker, VIg, 1 a. Pr'ct. 15. . . 10. 00 sago Into tho roadbed Is usually acTho material used for surfacing to perform Is to provido a firm, Ilor. R. E. 20 a.& 3 T. lots. . 32.S4 Wedding, L. P., 53 a 6.49 Hlnes, S. F. Via. Pr'ct. 4.88 complished most effectively by Bhould bo given a sufllclent crown to smooth, and dry surfaco for pedes-she- d Juckbon, Mrs. Salllo B. 1G5 a. No. 21 Slircvo. Johnson, Ben, 130 a. Pr'ct. 9. 39. 10 tho rain waters to tho sides. It trains. To provido a firm surfaco &z blind drains or by means of 1 T. lot 23.44 $ 7.60 Jackson, Clara, 20 a. Pr'ct. 23 . Rrown, G. It., 49 n 4.76 properly located tllo drains. a road roller can bo secured tho nr- the material selected must bond well a Leach, Mrs. Ada, 42 5.34 0.26 Mortin, Jno. S. 110 a, Pr'ct. 3.13.77 Road drives immediately around terlal may bo quickly consolidated, ' under nil conditions of weather, and Maddox, Mrs Clndcrllla, 22 a. 3.62 Carden, Herbert, 33 a Huff, B. F., 100 a 11.40 Mo$ely, G. W. 1 a. Pr'ct. 1.. 6.05 tho farm and barns which aro used c.tlnrl?o considarablo tlmo will bo to remain smooth and dry n reason-require- d W. II. 5S a Robertbon, 9.98 7.92 very frequently nro usually of suf'. . 4.98 Moseby, Howard, Pr'ct. 1 for It to bo consolidated by j ably unyielding foundation should bo Shafor, Hardy 2 a 4.97 Obonchain, W. II., 2 a a. Pr'ct. 8 . . . . 4.33 ficient importance to warrant somo tho trafllc. During this process tho provided and tho dralnngo must bo Phipps, Win, No. 22 Oliitnii. G. T. 7 a Shultz, 4.97 9.00 surfaco Improvement. Very light or road should recolvo frequent atten-- 1 good. Too often tho mlstako Is mado G.78 Parks, Wado, 1 lot, Pr'ct. 1.. White. L.J. 3 n 7.12 Cuslnberry, Charlie, 40 a... drag or other of building tho nath ho low timt it he- Gentry, Mrs. Mary B., GO 2.9G Pnrks, W. M. 24 a. Pr'ct. 24. . 5.33 extremely snndy soils cut up badly tlon with a split-lo- g Xo. 10 Select. In dry weather, whllo certain heavy means for smoothing tho surface and comes a dralnago channel In wet 17.84 Robinson, Mnrgarettu, 1 lot $ 9.04 Miller, J. M., 130 a Autry, Marlon S. 60 a 4.20 and absorbent Pr'ct. 18 S.G1 soils become very filling tho ruts. On steep grades weather. The path should always bo Albln, Mrs. Elizabeth, 10a.... 1.35 Stone, J. D., 1 lot 1 lot, Pr'ct. 9. . 5.C2 sticky and soft during tho rainy seawnero mero woum oo a tendency for slightly above (he surface of thC-- i. Autry, Mrs. Nola, 50 a 2.30 Sanders, Mrs. Charlott, G6 a... 7.55 Slash, Winnie, 1 tot, Pr'ct. 2 . . . . 7.92 son. Whore any considerable amount tho sld dtclies to wash, this can us- - ground, or else gutters Woolen, It. I.. 52 a...... 8.67. Taylor, J. C. 6a Albln, Hay, ., 5.15 of aufllcleAt? f 4.40 of hauling is. necessary, roads over ually bo overcome by providing out slzo to carry tho 8.91 Null, Edmon, 1 Jot, Pr'ct. 2.. Balzo, Georgo C. 10 a. 5.40 Young, J, S., 75 a water should bo proWalker, Martin, 1 lot, Pr'ct 1. 5.10 soils of this character may requlro lets and getting the water away from vided. Concrete makes a most ex Butler, A. F. 85 a 9.97 Xo. 20 Buford. Nou Resident. tho road boforo it accumulates to bo surfaced. in cellent walk and la now widely used Emery, M. J. 97 u 10. 2G Bell, S. W., 25 a $10.30 I Many of the materials ordinarily largo volume. On roads whero wag- - for this purpose 'Bolton, J. J. 200 a. Pr'ct. 24. $20.65 Goff, J. L. 4. a 5.11 Belt, Dotlio, 120 a 3.G2 LAND SALE FOR TAXES a.... a....' CHRISTMAS I GOODIES FORFrlco at Spoclnl E. D. ssvv. Thomas' Grocery 11-- h - ..... 2 ,.. ' $ lRUIT BASKETS Let ail Sizes and Prices. Groceries of all kinds. E. S4-4- a.... ' la w$ssss NOTICE! 0. THOMAS ftftftAftftftAftftftftftftAftftaftftftftftAi We have a few more Coat Children Cry bASTO Rl A la Suits left, in broken sizes, at prices that will interest you. Come and be convinced. thor-ougfar- Hub Clothing Company 1 ??9?9??9?99?????;?; Loose Leaf and Trlpiett Streets. Lancaster Tobacco Co. Largest I Tobacco Insured. i two-thir- GOOD SERVICE la Y.-(- Bj- "HH ' o. 1.... 1.... ' ed - c. mmmmmmmmmtmMmmmmimBmmmmmmmmmiamm REGULAR FIGHT M TIII3 "noVIS" 1 HHfl SHIP London nkWniaVi:ii mux rixn FHol HAH FLOWN OSCAH II. r L'undon, Dec. 20. Tho correspondent of tho Dally Mall and tho Dally Express at Chrlstlanla mako a great piny of tho alleged differences on tho Ford pcaco ship. The Express says that when tho newspnper men nt Chrlstlanla went abonrd Mr. Ford's mnungcr mado vigorous efforts to prevent them from meeting tho American now6papcr men, but wns unable to prevent tho story of the voyage from being told and that after the Norwegians had gouo ashoro with lively details of nil the happenings thero wns "a regular cat and dog fight" to oust the American Journalists from the ship, tho main allegation against thrfn being that they tried JAVreck tho mission. TV) correspondent of the Dally Mali 'describes Mr. Ford and his cruu cssanrrrrspsaaasEsans1: I3EZ3EECTrcS33i "quUrrelsomo peace pilgrims" as sur prised and disconcerted at tho lack of even a scmblanco of official welcorao to Norway, and says that there Is no IT "MAKE.5 A DIFFER.ENCE" WHERE YOUR. disguising tho fact thnt tho majority of tho pilgrims realize thnt they have COME FROM. PREJENT YOU WANT To embarked on a foolish errand. The "VSEND 6IFT-YoU KNOW WILL 5E LIKED. correspondent says that at lenst a bedolegates Intend to WHEN ANYBODY GETS A PRESENT THAT V dozenthey mako themselves desert ridmore fore iculous. Describing tho reception COME-FROM OUR STORE THEY KNOW THE given tho Scandinavian newspaper reporters nboard tho ship tho Mail's QUALITY S GOOD. correspondent says: DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE VERY DAY BE"The stage was elaborately set In tho second clats saloon to convey the TO Do YOUR BUYING. IT FORE CHRITMA-Impression of harmony and a resolution was unanimously carried pledg IN A NOT COMFORTABLE CROWDED S ing tho expedition to use all efforts to end tho war. This wnj tho first STORE. IT 15 BEJT To COME NOW. motion carried without a dissenting voice sinco the Oscar II. sailed, and seemed puzzled, tho Scandinavians but they soon wero enlightened. Up sprang Mr. McClure, and spoko of rumors that seven New York reporters wero to bo expelled for unprofessional conduct. "Beware, ladles and gentlemen, said Mr. McClure. "If such a terrible INCORPORATED. mistake Is consummated such worldwide disapproval will assail us Jthat Mr. Ford's great life work will irretrievably bo wrecked. Wo aro divided. No words can change that fact. "Colonel Henry then spoke, deprecating a discussion of this matter as Irrelevant. Mrs. Inez Millholland tho dangers to tho nrt treasures of Bolssevaln stepped to tho Colonel's ASPHYXIATING BOMBS Venice, but now thoy realize that tho side and said: gns bombs greatly increase tho dan"If wo are going to mediate In DROPPED ON VENICE ger to the civilian population. Europe's troubles we must first learn In tho thrco raids made thus far the to mediate among ourselves. Thero llrst two were with tho exploslvo must be no militaristic settlement of shrapnel bombs and tho last one on this. NEW TERROllS ARE ADDED TO Nocembcr 18 with tho asphyxiating OK THE "Then half a dozen voices tried to WTlli: AERIAL RAIDS bombs. Nono of these raids has speak at once, and the Rev. Dr. AUSTRIAN'S. reached the main points sought Aked's voice could bo heard above tho arsenal and tho rallwny station tho din singing, "My Country 'Tls but they have caused damage at near The use ot nBphyxlatlng gas In tho by points, notnbly, the destruction of of Thco. "All this was going on while the bombs dropped on Vcnlco lias added tho Scalzl church near tho railway a now terror to tlieso aerial raids. station, the explosions on tho quay party was waiting for Mme Roslka These asphyxiating bombs have been fronting tho Place San Marco and fin- Sshwlmmer to appear. Wild cheers Sho beused In tho trenches, but not until ally tho gas bombs in tho poor quar- greotcd her appearanco. sought tho Americans to rescue Euwas tho tho nlr raid of November IS ter near tho arsenal. ropo from complete destruction. deadly gas used in bombs dropped When Mmo. Schwlmmer's appeal was on cities, so far as is luiown. Coughs nncl Colds nro DcnRcrous. ended tho quarrel about the reporters Tho air raid on tho 18th was not Fow ot ub ruallzo tho danger of was resumed, and finally Senator mado known at the time, even Homo Coughs and Colds. W,o consider extraordinary. Helen Robinson carried a resolution tuner and other cities not knowing that it them common and harmless ailments. adjourning tho meeting and tho parDrainage Tax Notice. had occurred, as tho military author- Ilowover statistics tell us every third ty broko up in disorder." ities threw a rigid cordon of sllonco person dies of lung ailment. Allison Haynes, et al. vs.: Tax Notice, around tho city. It wns not a serious Bronchial and Lung dlscaso Owes Her Good Health to Chaniber-lnln'- H raid, in people Injured or damage follow a neglected cold. As your Public ditch or drain. Tablets. done, but its chief Importance was in body struggles against cold germs, Tho Ohio County Board of Drain-ag- o "I owo my good health to Chambringing for tho first tlmo tho shower no better aid can bo had than Dr. berlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. R. G. Commissioners at a meeting regasphyxiating bombs. of King's Now Discovery. Its merit Neff, Crookston, Ohio"? "Two years ularly held on Nov., 27 1915, levied Tho raid occurred near tho arse- has been tested by old and young. ago I was an. invalid duo to stomach and assessed against the lands and nal, which is tho chief point of at- In uso over 45 years. Got a bottlo trouble. I took three bottles of Land owners located and within the tack for theso raids. Nono of tho Avoid the rUk of serious these Tablets and havo since been in aforesaid Allison Haynes et al. Drainage district. Ohio County, Ky., a tax 1 the best of health." Obtainable everybombs, however, fell inside tho arse- Lung ailments. Druggists. xn or an assessment upon lands ot tho grounds. But outside there Is where, nal first class equal to ?8.94 per acre, an extensive quarter occupied by tho Still Fresh in Memory. upon lands of tho second class $5.f)G BLINDNESS PROVES poorer people with narrow streets If the proposed plan of national SMALL HANDICAP and upon lands of the third class a and low houses. It was in this sec- preparedness for tho United States is tax of ?2.96 per acre. Tho sum theretion that tho bombs fell, spreading carried out it can hardly do otherWith B. Franklin Parker, piano by created being deemed necessary tlifc effect ot their fumes among tho wise than lend additional stimulus civilian population. Only one death to business, but when It has been tuner extraordinary, blindness Is not and sufficient to defray all cost of con oroccurred but a great number of the completed and peace has replaced an affliction, to be wept over, says struction of the ditch or drain Herald. And B. dered In said action together with all tho Washington people sufiered from tho para- war in Europo, what then? poor lyzing effect of the gases. Boforo the outbreak of th Euro- Franklin Parker Is blind, totally He other costs Incident to the establishgas is described pean war tho Democratic Tariff and regards his blindness as one of the ment ot said drainage district. Tho effect of tho Notice Is hereby given that the as singularly lasting upon tho organs other drastic legislation had almost conditions placed upon him In tho game of life, and ho has faced tho awessment roll has been mado And on tho vitality of the wrecked business. affected,, and Tho fact is still people stricken. Some of tho pa- fresh in tho memory of Undo Sam condition so long It has lost its hor- tax bills against each Individual, within tients remain In a who will, next spring make a speedy ror. With him it is tho normal beneficiary, has been placed the hands of the Treasurer ot Ohio state for four or flvo days, tho face return to a Protectlvo Tariff system state. If B. Franklin Parker wero merely County for collection. At tho extaking on a greenish pallor. Tho re- and to Republican principles In gena blind man thero would bo no Jus- piration of 30 days hereafter said covery is very slow after this, tho eral. Wayncsburg (Pa.) Independtification for a story about him. At assessment roll will be withdrawn gases appearing to carry a poison ent. the best It would bo a "sob" story from hands of said Treasurer and through tho "whole system. gas bombs and it would bo moro distinctive a bonds will bo issued against tho Colds Need Attention. Tho appearanco of the clmnged tho feeling hero about Internal throat and chest troubles story than could bo written about lands and land owners to tho amount has assesments, plus all theso air raids. At first tlio people produco inflnmatlon, irritation, swell- any other sightless person. But B. of tho unpaid wero on tho watch for tho explosion ing or soreness and unless checked Franklin Parker Is a character. Ho cost ot said bond Issuo. Given under our hands, this Dec, and over such a wldo area tho Indi- at once aro likely to lead to serious has a personality all his own. It Is danger was comparatively trouble. Caught In time Dr. Dell's all tho moro reraarkablo becauso he 17th, 1915. vidual Ohio County Board of loosens tho phlegm . is blind as a bat. slight. Dralnngo Commissioners. If you have over ben .In tho storo tho and destroys tho germs which hnvo Crowds gathered and watched S. T. BARNUTT, Pres. Droop &. Sons Company, hostile airships, but now tho wide- settled in tho throat or noso. It is of tho E. F. street, northwest to buy Attest: WS. TINSLEY.Sec. gas bomb has torrl-fcc- d soothing and healing. Pino is anti- nt 1300 G. spread effect of a -or a violin or a the pooror peoplo and they fleo septic; honey is soothing both to- a Vlctrola or a piano chances aro you wuonovor tho gether possess excellent medicinal sheet of music, the to places of refugo Parker. FOR FLETCHER'S rumor circulates that the aircraft aro qualities for fighting cold germs. In- havo seon Mr. heavy-frame- d glasses Ho wears coming. Tho city authorities also sist on Dr. Boll's He has a red 1 with largo blue llnses. principally concerned in 25c. all Druggists. at V 5 J CARSON & CO Hartford, Kentucky. f Jnustacho that you cannot forget. Ho Is between forty and fortyrtV6 years old. In height ho Is about five feet' seven. Mr. Parker has been with Drop for ten or twelvo years. He Is a piano tuner ot rare ability. There aro not many In thu city better than ho. When Parker Is given an order to tuno a piano in Chevy Chaso or or Alexandria he grasps his heavy walklnk sticks and walks straight lot ho comer for a car. Ho always walks alone. He takes a spc-clpride, In tho way ho gets along with his enne. Of course, ho has to nsk whether ho is getting on tho right car, but that Is all the assistance he needs. Ho can find any house In nny part of tho city. After ho has found tho house his car docs tho rest. Not only can Parker tuno plnnos, but he can repair them. Parker has grown up with pianos. Ho knows how they nro mado nnd how thoy nro tuned. Ho can play thorn Just about as well as ho can tuno them. Parker's principal pastime Is falling down manholes and cellars. It Is all because of his Independence. In his wanderings around tho city by himself ho frequently tumbles down an opening, but ho seems to be especially adapted to such occurren ces, for ho always climbs out, and walks away with only a few scratches To offer a hand of assistance or a word of caution to Parker Is to awaken his wrath. ParKer is seldom pessimistic. Ho gets nearly al tho joy that can bo squeezed out of life. Ho reads much. It Is a comon occuerrnce for him to walk Into tho music storo with a novel undec his arm. He is enabled to read classics as well as modern fiction byHho uso of raised letters. His friends read then cwspapers to him to kep him posted on current events. He comes Parker is a scholar. from on old New England family. He studied at a number of technical schools In and near Boston. For a while ho studied law. Ho is well read and well Informed and he Is as pleasant a man to chat with as can bo found in a day's Journey. Parker has been a baseball fan from the time ho was big enough to hold a bat and support a catcher's mlt on his hand. When ten years old ho was struck on the nose squarely between tho eyes with a baseball. Tho blow mado him blind. B. Franklin Parker can make a typewriter hum. He. uses the touch system. It is the only system ho can use. Ho haff a rather largo correspondence nnd he answers all his letters himself on the typewriter. 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J ml ' f' Nottingham, England, there Is a grow AUP)ir A and do not wish to bind my RPPI V Hi Ini; demand for a larger niensuro of nlTlLlllUili IlLTLl ' Tn0 contract for labor system enn Protection than that which Is grantDC k Pill gcrur.ttnic to law at the fnrtofflc (JK V IClNlM ed In the recently adopted British ft!Mrd utAullLU 1imiM A onl' ,)0 defended on tho ground thnt Brttonl, Ky., i moll matt; ot th Mcomt liudnct. The consul says: It produce3 revenuo and goes a long "jway toward making tho prisons self- Since tho Introduction o.t the bud Kiliii.i-nKt law In Parliament, providing for urrnv,v itviti.mi Mkiiiini Pron. n it li.tiivKTT. iu sustaining. It has no other virtue X ' iiuillltl The state furnlslies llglit, heat pow- iitvt,!. wtiiaiiir " "' "l guiK'jgHUtfcK.wjHU WETyaTTfTwaiarnij,mvavta KAHNKTT, Associate Editor ESTILL DELIVERED TO KOHEIOX OK. er, shop-rootain additional articles Imported In- and labor, gets nn VICE HY PEXKIELD. o the United Kingdom, thero has of about 70 cents a day per AiMmu all communications to . ,.. . . . man. This leaves n deficit In the two developed a strung geuuuieui in oi- ffce Hartford Republican. i on cotprisons o more thnn f 20,000 n . ilnghnm In favor of n Tariff ( Washington, Dec. 22. The reply year. Contract labor is nn ocon- ton and silk laces and embroideries: NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS 'I he Chamber of Commerce has taken of the United States to Austria's omlc waste. It provides no trado ubterlbtrn dwlrlnn tin tuir Kfnt to a new SI'a&lJiMUlJ.EH the old mid km In making the the matter In hand and, through its- - note on the destruction of the Itnl-- 1 for tho prisoner, becauso he Is only &Ar must Rlre chairman, hns niado strong represen- - Inn liner Ancona declares that tho of- - n cog In n vast mnchino thnt crushes nqQMt. to thc chancellor of the ex-- 1 ndnl admission of tho Austrian Ad- -, nil individually and leaves Its vie Mr Ille lor men iiiiuiiiuiiiti litcviiii'ii chequer. The two main arguments mlralty that tho liner was torpedoed I'm as Incapablo as It found him. It Oliltoorlex, Iltsolntlonn ami Card ol Tlnnkn.te relied upon by tho advocates of a nfter she had stopped nnd while pas-- 1 takes no account of his mental or pr tin, money In mhnnce. CbBrrh Noticed for nervlccn lire, but other Tariff nro (1) That laces nnd em- - sengers still wore nboard, alone Is moral needs. Ho Is the driven slavo odTertlKemenU, Sc ret" Hie. broideries are luxuries and thereforo sufficient for tho American demand of an exacting master who, no mat- will receive no Anonjrmnna communlontloti should bo heavily taxed, especially tor disavowal, reparation nnd pun- - tor what the output, nlways calls for tteutlon at this time, In tho Interest of econ- Ishment of the submarine comman-- 1 more. omy and to discourage as far as pos- dcr. "When tho convicts nro at work Secretary Lansing's second note 01 prison roads, or on tho rond ... IS 3 sible the Importation of foreign goods Cvim.'borloLni . CO ytrro.oro' :v.tu.al (2) that the lace Industry of Not- nlready probably In tho hands of thero will bo no prson contractor to tingham has been seriously affected the Austrian Foreign Minister and Interest himself In the selection of by the wnr, nnd foreign laces should made public here today, renews tho prison commissioners, to demand the FRIDAY, DECEMltEK SI. therefore be taxed In order, to Pro- demands of thc United States and removal of wardens, to dictate or tect home Industries. tho details to which Austria re-- 1 feat prison legislation, lo contribute For President 19 1G Now that the Free-Trad- e barrier ferred in her reply to the first Amer- to campaign funds, or to engage in CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS, activity a has ben to some extent broken down ican communication, are In no way constant political M of Indiana. by the Protective duties embodied In essential to the discussion. dovoutly to bo wished. It embudget for 1915, the clamor for phasizes that continuance of good rethe "The members of tho legislature, to increase. lations between tho two countries de- no master how earnest or Intellgcut, We are beginning to take sides fair Protection Is certain no manner of doubt that pends upon the nctlon of the Aus- will not be prepared to pass an adewith the man who said, "this life Is There Is Protection will bo enforced as against trian government. The full text of quate law until they hnvc acquaintjust oiie darn Christmas after competing products from countries the note, which is addressed to Amor ed themselves with the experience of now at war with Great Britain. Tho lean Ambassadors Penflleld, follows: other states. . wl . ,1n r. "The Government of tho United "'inl nn "" n? Ditlllnli VannTon ' "Tho success of road building From tho news received in this wl" come WIUI u,e enrt 0I ,V10 wnr' States lias received the note of Your with convict labor must bo deter-mcue- d country as to thc conditions in Me.x-- ! c,v,llzc'1 na Excellency relative to the sinking of be no by the needs of the particular ico It seems that things are in a Tlien thcre wl" on cnrth that cIlnRS t0 Frce" the Ancona, which was delivered at lacollty, 'its ability to " finance the worse mess than ever down there. Vienna on December 13, 1915, and work, the material that the various JWUIB UiU fat 111 life IU Ui Ct-- i J MJ WW" transmitted to Washington and has counties arc apt to supply, and the currences and people never know HUNDREDS OF "WAR DEVICES given the note immediate and care climate conditions, which nfter all, when to feel safe. It sems a shame EXAMINED HY DEPARTMENT ful consideration. On N'nrpmlior 1K.I may be the determining factor. In that such a state of affairs should 1915, Baron Zwledinek, the Charge Georgia, fro Instance, where an adoist and that appearently there is Washlngton, Dec. 22. Inventors d' Affaires of the Imperial and Roy- mirable system of roads is being no solution for the problem. have been flooding the War Depart- al Government at Washington, trans- built with convict labor, the prisonThe Ancona case is going the us-- 1 ment with suggestions since the out- - mitted to the Department of State a ers work every day in tho year, while n AdIn Kentucky the season for outdoor ual gait and It looks like we are not break of the European war, the report of the Christ-ma- s going to get any more apologies out Board of Ordinance and Fortlfica- - miralty with regard to the sinking of work should not exceed nine minths. tlons having reviewed an average of the setamshlp Ancona, In which it What is going to be done with thc of Austria than we did from Germany. First a hot note, then an 300 proposals a month, according to was admitted that the vessel was tor- men during this period? &mc will evasive reply then another warm its annual report made public today. pedoed after her engines had been say return them to tho prison and note, nn admission that a part of the A new system has been .inaugurated stopped and when passengers were put them to work making various articles for state use. That Is a good first note was correct, and then the under which" the department heads still on board. 'This admission alone, in the view suggestion if it can be worked out newspapers declare that the case Is will pass on these suggestions in the settled satisfactorily to the U. S. first instance, relieving the board of of the Government of the United practically. If tho state thus goes much useless labor,. as many of them States, sufficient to fix upon the com-- 1 Inl0 tho manufacturing business it and that Wilson did It. mander of the submarine which fir- - j win i,avo to provide machinery and have no value. The Board Is at work, the report ed the torpedo the responsibility for expcrt foremen to teach the men the Is to be hoped that next year It there will be some kind of arrange- shows, on schemes to prevent tho having willfully violated the recog- - particular trado they must learn law of nations and entirely dls- - foro thcIr work wm be ot any value. ments made for receiving tobacco erosion of guns, developing new1 here. The amount of money that equipment for field artillery, shore regarded those humano principles It will bo asked how tho convict can goes to the merchants of other coun- control systems, submarine mines which every belligerent should ob- become an expert mechanic in three t months, after spending nine months J ties after the selling of the Ohio and torpedoes, range finders, search- serve In the conduct of war at sea. "In view of these admitted cir- of tho year quarrying rock or workcounty tobacco crop is quite a sum lights, photographic apparatus and and If this money were spent here In many other devices for the army. It cumstances the Government of the ing on the roads? That is a ques Hartford we would all see the effects has asked for $300,000 to continue United States feels justified In hold- tion the legislature and tho new ing that the details of the sinking" prison commissioners must answer, i of It In a way which would mean its work. Among tho board's recommenda- oi me Ancona, tne weignt ana cnar- ..u is (lgn;e,i that only a certain much to us. The farmers are not satisfied with tions is that for the purchase of the acter of the additional testimony cor- - j percentage of tho convicts can bo the loose leaf floor method of sell- Hammond radio dynamic torpedo pa- rooorating tne Aumiraity s report, i trusted in prison camps and on pub- ing tobacco and the majority of them tents, for the acquisition and instal and tho number of Americans killed He roads without being worked in prefer the old way of turning it loose lation of which Congress has been or injured arc in no way essential chains. In some states all the prisV The culpabil- oners are worked In tho open; in on the farm. The extra trouble and asked to appropriate $947,000. Dur- matters of discussion. expense of hauling to a dlstanf mark- ing the year the board examined and ity of the commander is in any case other states the, men nre carefully seet and the fact that there is no as- tested the Krupp field gun caisson de established, and the undisputed fact lected by the wardens, and, even 17 surance of a suitable price after the designs, which have been found to be is that citizens of the United States then, many of them escape. Ken4S-lSack Swans Down Pure Hog Lard.. 95.50 market Is reached makes the tobac- In no way superior to American pat- were killed, Injured or put In jeop- tucky can only learn by experience. $1.(10 Flour Evaporated Poaches.. 25c terns. Experiments with other forei- ardy by his lawless act. Often life men can be trusted outco a rather uncertain crop. 4S-t'The rules of International law and side the walls without guards when Sack Blue Ribbon equipment have been deApricots ..,. . ,:j()c The tobacco crop of Ohio county gn-built Flour layed by the European war. Another the principles of humanity which a petty thief, or housebreaker could $1.55 Cal. Pink Beaus . .,'Kjro should be sold at Hartford. 4 Cans good Pink Sal10-tGerman invention discarded was the were thus willfully violated by the not be trusted at all. The personal Cal. Lima Beans... 75c mons have equation must be considered In dealn.c Fontanamast, a field artillery obser- commander of the subma-In- e Navy Beans Argttuieut for Upward Rcvlson. 75c 3 Cans To antoes 1 Doz. Jumbo Pickles 25c 13c Across our Northrn border a trans- vation platform. Tho board found the been so long and so universally re- ing with convicts. Thoso guilty of 2 Cans Oysters 1 Bottlo Sewing Mnchino , 15e formation is taking place due to the qulpment developed by the ordnanco cognized, and are so manifest from the worst crimes frequently have a 2 Cans Hominy the standpoint of right and justice, high sense of honor. 15c Oil nc war, that constitutes a powerful ar- -' department superior, 2 Cans Kraut 3 Bottles Pure Extract. .. .25c 15c gument for a revision of the Tar- - j Work Is proceeding with a device that the Government of the United "Two years ago tho prison com 2 Cans Corn . .'. 3 Cans Peaches 15c invented by an offlcer of the coast 'States does not feel called upon to missioners visited on a protective basis. the states of 25c Iff upward 2 Cans early Juno Peas...I5c Virginia lfic Coffeo England is pouring millions of dol- - artillery for controlling submarlno debate them nnd does not under- Georgia, North Carolina, 91.1.1 7 Pkg. Egg Noodles 25c 20c Coffee 1.70 lars into Canada to equip machine mines by sound waves transmitting stand the Imperial and Royal Gov- and West Virginia and made n thor9 Bars Swift Prido Soap. . .Sou 3 Cans II. D. .CofTeo ough study of the convicts on the 115c shops for turning out war material. through the water and also with an ernment questions or dispute them. 5 Bars Lenox Soap "Tho Government ot the United road problem as it was being work3 Cans Crescent CofTeo . .$1.00 to regulate automatically S5c Also for organizing automobile 7 Bars Clean Easy Soap. . .S5c 3 Cans Steel Cut Coffeo... 70c panics, weaving industries, etc., in ' the depth of tho mines. A chain pro-th- o States thereforo finds no other course ed out in thoso states. Wo have Jectlle for shooting down barbed wlro open to it but to hold tho Imperial gatliered full Information from all hope that In another year she will responsible tho other states where th6 contract and Royal Government be able to cut down her trade with entanglements failed unuer test. Come nnd sbaro your part of the Inst big Special for the act of its naval commander labor system In prisons has been the United States and so avoid the Cash Sale of this year, which wo aro offering to our and to renew the dofinte but respect- abolished. Theso facts are too vol"Lovo Feast," Says Smoot. full effects of the terrific trade baltrade while doing their Holiday shopping. ful demands made In Its communicato bo embodied In this brief Washington, Dec. 21. Tho next uminous ance mounting against England due to war operations in tho United Republican convention will be a tion of tho Cth of December, 1915. statement, but we will be glad to co"love feast," according to Senator It sincerely hopes that the foregoing operate with Gov. Stanley and tho States. What will become of those Cana- Smoot, Utah, one of the Republi- statement of Its position will enable coming general assembly In any the Imperial and Royal Government plans they may have for writing into dian Industrial plants fully organiz- can leaders of the Senate. "The convention of 1912 and all to perceive tho justice of thoso de- tho laws of tho state the mandato of and equipped after the war? They ed will have to bo used and they will Its animosities and all its factions mands and to comply with them in tho constitutor and will furnish be ueed to invade tho American will bo forgotten next year, Mr. tho same spirit of frankness and with them with the information in our good place to say that the laws now prisons, and savo tho state at least Smoot said tonight. "The Republi- the same concern for the good rela- possession, together with our Indi- on tho statute market. books governing tho ?75,000 a year. This suggestion will between the vidual views on convict labor, gainmachine-mad- e cans will bo united once more. So tions now existing Canada had much Austria-Hungar- y naturully not bo rccolvcd with favor ed from more than three years' ex- prisoners are inadequate, carelessly 'old guard' is United States and Industry in the past.' But her prin- far as tho written, otten contradictory, and either at Eddyvllle or Frankfort. emphasis has been laid, upon concerned it will support the nomi- which prompted the Government of perience. cipal However, It Is plain that when tho the United States to make them." agriculture, lumbering mining and nee of the next convention. "Owing to tho contracts now in very much in need of complete convicts aro put on tho roads wo will beam quite confident that if eith"I ttlndred enterprises. Now it Is force there will be only a few hunonly ono prlsonl ,t Is up to- "If great care is not shown tho need ing over organized mechanically er former Senator Knox or Justice CONVICT LABOR GREATEST dred men who can be worked on the I" J8,a, Uro t0 f,nd a way out f PROBLEM OF LEGISLATURE public roads In 191C, and they will change from the contract system will speaking. Her mechanical energies Hughes, both of whom would be I V' .p must And outlet after the war. This supported by Colonel Roosevelt, acnot bo available until July or Aug- entail great loss on the state. I country, being her nearest neighbor, cording to report, should be nomiFrankfort, Ky., Dec. 22. In an ust. In tho summer of 1917 all con- average yearly expense of running' ,,nv0 ,,ad w Bhort conference Governor Stanley I . w 'iB will bear tho brunt of Canada's at- nated, he would have behind him Interview here today, Dan E. O'Sul-llvatracts for prison labor will have ex- h feel confident that ho will bring fort reformatory, 1215,000; Eddytempt to get rid of her surplus ma every Republican in tho country." chairman of tho prison com- pired, save the prison problem nn inquiring, chine-mad- e mission, outlined his views relative contract for tho labor of 400 prison- vllle penitentiary, $128,000. Tho products. question arises will It bo necessary to trained mind nnd a sincere purposo College Recital. to working convicts on the public ers, w.hich will remain in forco until Republican members of tho House lo deal with It as a business propo A recital will ge given at the road. Ho said: nnd the Senate should tnko theso January, 1919, under a contract maintain two prisons when tho con sition, without reference to any po- evvicts nro placed on tho road? At Hall, Hartford, on Thursday "With tho exception of tho tax made with tho former prison board. facts in mind when the Democrats t,wt n,ny ar,se' "Q opn up tho Tariff question this win- ening, December 30, by Mr. and debt problem, the most import- This will leavo the ontire prson pop Frankfort tho population is over 1.-- 1 ,UcaI. when the road camps are i8 5 "B ' demBnd mcloncy n eV: of the Louisville Conservatory ant question that confronts Gov. ulation, with the exception of tho 400, but ter by bringing In emergency bills ery department, and his present to meet the deficits 'and for national of Music. Mr. O'Sulllvnn's musical Stanley and the general sasembly, Is 400 held by tho abovo contract to bo established thero will bo only 400 I n. s nro cf comprefienslvo as they defense, Such bills will bo onen to ability Is well known in Hartford, ns tho matter of convict labor. When assigned to road work, or to bo em men under contract thero. nnd such't.are practical." amendment and Republicans should " has been hero soveral times bo- - tho prison commissioners refused to ployed on the farms or within tho other prisoners ns aro employed In press amendments to them, with tho foro. Ills music is strictly high renew tho contracts for night years prison walls manufacturing articles the kitchens, dining rooms, etc. This leavo room for fully 900 men. view of making Tariff history down class and ho never fails to please his they destroyed tho last link In tho for tho stato. Tho coming legisla-lwl- ll I to date. In tho llglit of the exper- audiences. The recital is compli- chain that has bound Kentucky to I turo must devlso a plan that will , At Eddyvlllo thero will bo no men un- 1 ience of tho past two years of low mentary for Miss Margaret Nell, one tho contract system. It only re- - keep approximately 1,800 prisoners der contract. For Infants and Children of Hartford's most beloved women mains for tho Legislature to do Its ! profitably employed. "If tho stato was run as a busiTariff. Tho prison nnd talented musicians. Tho enter- - duty by carrying out tho mandato of commissioners derlvo their power ness enterprise by business men, nt In Use Always beats Doom of British Free-Trad. talnment, which was. gotten up by tho constitution. fr,m the general assembly, and what- - tho first meeting of tho board of dithe According to tho report ot tho MlSS Nail's Old PUPtlS. Should bO I "In tho dlsCUSSlon Ot this Olies. 'nun., lnwa nrn nnssnil on this sublect rectors tho order would go out to Signature of I M. Hitc'i, at wcel patronized. expenses by closing ono ot the , United States Consul C. tlon I only state my persoual views uiustvbe comprehensive This Is a !"' tll "" ''- htti.'u vt.. m av-ern- ; ' Christmas Eve! SANTA CLAUS i ' Only a few more hours to get ready to help load up old I TEZ-SPHOITE- ' t ' de-sa- .. For his eventful trip on his holy mission of happiness. -- If you are not ready, we are to help you get ready. ready We will put our time against yours Austro-Hungarla- . until we get you ready with your little tokens of happi ness for the glorious time. , LP. BARNES & BRO. BEAVER DAM, KY. i'p be-nlz- ed N r I? i If 5FtUAL UbH Pounds Granulated Sugar no-io10-Ib- s. b. b. SALfc Ending Saturday, Dec, 25. .... $1.00 I 10-lb- s. I 10-lb- s. 10-lb- s. ft K K . us i ACTON BROS.. Hartford. Kv. j DrMSl ' I ," n, rin. fn.. to-th- e ft "'f! , CASTOR A ForOvr30 Yars e. re-du- co && & rsfjawgas Y Mr. Arthur Potty linn purchased tho restaurant stock of Mr. L. T. (Kelly) Itllcy and nililoil samo to his own restaurant property. Porter, Circuit Court has come to Hartford and will bring his mother 'later. Ho) goes Into office January 1. j Mr. A. t, C. Clerk-elec- Tho stork vls'tol tho homo of Air. Long, Hartford, and Mrs Albert Route 1, on December 11 and left a boy James Delliert. flno 12-l- b Mrs. J. V. Jones and dnujnter, Ann Elizabeth, of Murray arrived Saturdny to spend tho holidays with her mother, Mrs. Laura Stevens. Cranberries, Celery, Fruits, Fancy Candles nnd everything that Is required for a nice holiday dinner can ACTON IHtOS. bo had at, VALUE IN FOR SALEGOOD farm land, small or largo farm to suit purchasers; only sold to settle J. L. Hawes, cstato; easy terms. Macoo, Ky. I BgScfesTMA:dill im2&mhjm cm. A 7m5?t i vu r GIFTS i J&g&fesflUiflr R ri i Christmas Shoppers! have now on display our entire line of Christmas Goods, including a complete line of Toys of all descriptions, which you will find on our second floor, and a stock second to none, of more useful gifts for those of more mature j w ri a mr Practical gifts are always appreciated. You can They have a line that is useful every day in the year, as well as Toys and Instructive Books for Children. See their line- -a carefully selected one that should appeal to all. Ohio County Drug Co.'s get these at the V Lato Xmas nnd New Year shoppers will find an excellent lino of Jewelry going to bring tho war to an end UNCLE TOMMY' IS best odvantago when cooked or nt Tappan's. Wo prepared for you In a year, or longer long In tho NEAHING CENTURY steamed and mixed with other feeds. d path. Labor has tho this year, and will leave It to you If Experiments in which raw potatoes our prices an not lowur than you answer." Viola, Wis. If men are only as were fed alone hav been reported. 25t2 Earlier In his speech Mr. Lloyd- - old as they feci then Uncle Tommy In certain Instances the raw potaover saw. bo Christmas trees at George admitted that there was a Edwards, of Viola, Is only about toes are said to have caused scours. There will all the churches In Hartford tonight bad shortage in the British muni- twenty-liv- e although the records say However, raw potatoes In small and also there will be tree entertain- tions supply In the first year of tho he was President . His father crossed quantities nnd In a diet lacking sucments at the school In tho rooms of war, but declared that tho present tho Mississippi In Daniel Boone's culence may be conductlvo to health Misses Katie Pendleton, Gorln Flcn-c- r situation was quite a different matter company and was living twelve miles in pigs. In cooking potatoes only enough nnd Elizabeth Mooro this after- Last May the British were turning from Uooncsville, Mo., on Februout only 2,500 high explosive shells ary 1G, 1S1C, when the baby, who mealy mash and prevent burning. noon. dally against tho German's quarter was named Thomas Jefferson Ed- The resultant meal should then bo W The recital "glvenby tile pupils of of a million. . wards, was born. The baby was of mixed with corn meal or other Mrs. Virgil Elgin nt College Hall "Hero is the situation now,,, ho pioneer stock on both sides; his grain supplement. Tankage, skim ovenlng was very much Monday "Quantity of shells fired In tho mother was a Tipton and a cousin milk, or meat meal would probably by a largo audience. The num- said. recent September operating was of Davy Crockett. add to the profit of the mixture. bers rendered were from tho very enormous. The battle lasted days, Edwards enlisted ns son as he Potatoes when prepared in the manbest composers nnd tho vocal talent even weeks, yet there was no short-ag- o hca'rd that Fort Sumter had been ner described and under the condidisplayed was excellent. of shells. This was the result tions mentioned can often be fed Mr. F. L. Felix, tho publisher of of four months' careful husbanding. flred upon. His company became to pigs with advantage. tho Hartford Herald, has been ap- - Yc(. wo repIaced the wholc amount part of the Army of the Potomac, and he passed uninjured through all the pointed clerk of the committee of tho n a month and hop(J mm t0 be ,n District of Columbia. Until ho caul posltIon t0 replacc a ke quantlty fighting in which that army took part. Seven young men from his gel his business affairs in sbapo toJm a weck FOR FLETCHER'S town were In the samo company, and take up his new duties Mr. Douglas Without giving, definite figures he was a big brother to them and Felix, his son, will fill the place. Tho the Minister forcasteiWhe output of . many friends of Mr. Felix hero will many guns of the largest size, and watched over them all through tho be sorry to Ree him leave. They all later declared that the output of ma- war. FINANCIAL STATUS OF THE Two or three of these boys tell wish him well and congratulate him chine guns had increased five fold TOWN OK HARTFORD on his appointment. since June and that the output of stories of how Uncle Tommy saved When Mayor J. C. Iler was inductTho Ma"ccabees had a great time hand grenades forty fold, while more their llvesbut he explains it differed into office as mayor of tho town at their supper last Thursday oven- trench mortars were produced every ently. Ho says: "Our people were praying people, of Hartford the total Indebtedness lng. A., Petty who runs tho restau- 'fortnight than an entire first year of and two or three times a week they of the town was more rant furnished tho eats and was com- the war. Continuing, he said: than $20,000 plimented by everyone present on the de'There have been other develop- met and prayed for our safety." His dollars. This debt has volco trembled as he continued: creased by good management menu. The committee also deserve ments of our work which I dare not and credit for tho way the expense of tho mention. There has been valuable "Everyone of us came home, and four close observance of the financial end ' of the business to $14,355.82. affair was managed. A number of experimental work of a kind better of the seven arc still alive." Uncle Tommy has offered his sergood speeches were made and the not discussed. Tho following is the report of tho As to explosives, we A. shall be able to continue to supply vices to his country in three wars. financial condition of our city. one delivered by commander-elec- t He was enrolled for the Mexican war, Indebtedness City of ourselves and our allies. Misses Luclle Plrtjc and Winnie D. Kirk was especially good. Hartford, 101C. company was SImmcrmnn spent the day in Oweiu-bor- o Bonded indebtedness "As to economy, I may cite as an but tho Mr, II. U. Ross, who for a number so all married men were sent home. K Mrnday. sewer fund $12, GOO. 00 of mouths past has acted as stenog- example new contracts for gun am o offered to go to the Spanish war, FRIDAY, DECEMIIElt Bank of Hartford note. . . 2,851.76 munition, which Is the principle Item Cranberries, Celery and all that Is rapher for County Judgo John B. course, was too old to bo ac tho cost of eighteen but, of J. D. Duke note 826.G5 helpful In preparing a good dinner Wilson, left last week for Noblcs-vill- e. of expenditure U. S. Fidelity Co pounder shells has been reduced 40 cepted. 360.17 Ind.. whero he will enter a L., II. Al ST. L. II. R. TIME TAIJLE. nt Iler's Grocery. Although Mr. Edwards Is so soon Ky. Light & Power Co. . . . howitzer 952.65 college as teacher of sten- per cent, nnd of No. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 p.m. j Cranberries, Celery and all that is business bookkeeping nnd commer- shells 30 per cent. to be a century old, no one thinks of ography, No. 110 duo nt Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. helpful in preparing a good dinner applying tho adjectlvo Total I .$17,591.23 cial law. Mr. Ross Is talented In this No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m. nt "It is ioo early to talk of the dan- to him. From one end of"venerable"o Hit's Grocery. the Kicka-po- Cash in City Treasurer's In the last lino of work and will "mako good." ger of overproduction. Ar. Irvlngton . . 5:35 p.m. I Valley to tho other ho is known Mr. Shelby Stevens nrrlved homo hands .$ 456.34 While here he made many friends great battle, although there was a Lv. Irvlngton . . 5:56 p.m. Everyone for Cash In S. F. Comr. hands 1,832.81 Saturday from Loulsvillo to npond who hato very much to glvo up his tremendous accumulation of ammu as Undo Tommy. Ar. Loulsvillo . 7:40 p.m. miles around counts on going to his Cash in Cemetery fund., holidays with his mother. 946.26 excellent companionship. nition, the generals stated that with No. Lv. Loulsvillo . 8:35 a. m. the birthday parties. For twenty-eigthey Mis Willie Smith entertained quite tho quantity of ammunition Ar. Irvlngton . .10:06 o. m. years it has been the custom for all $ 3,235.41 Total would have achieved twenty times Lv. Irvlngton .10:40 a. ml a number of her friends at her home MORE MUNITIONS OK AVAR NEEDED the result. Two hundred million his friends to come with baskets full Bonded and City in's Ar. Ellmltch .. 1:04 p. m. on Clay St. Tuesday evening. of good things to help him celebrato debtedness $17,591.23 rounds, or the cost of only forty days If you don't think Santa Claus has e, his natal day. For more than six Cash on hands in differLondon, Dec. 21. David . TIME TAULE. of war, would produce an enormous M II. & E. R. been to seo us just come and tnko a inviting everyMinister of Munitions gave quantity of munitions. ent fund3 3,235.41 If you had months he has been 8outh Bound, No. 11C peep. ACTON BROS. account of his stewardship in tho that qauntlty at tho right moment one he meets to his centennial birthan 8:45 a. m. Duo at Hartford The finest line of Box Candies Houso of Commons last night. Be- tho war might bo won In forty days; day. Bal. total indebtedness. $14,355.82 North Bound. No. 114-- Ho attributes his long life to tho story whereas, without It, the war might at Iter's ginning with tho J. C. ILER, C:15 p. m. over shown in Hnrtford Dup nt Hartford fact that he always tries to be cheer ' Grocery. Beautifully put up. of tho insulllclency of munitions In bo prolonged perhaps 400 days. Mayor. (Both "Mixed Trains.) and does not think of himself as tho early days of tho war, and tho "With regard to munitions, what ful Just take a look at those beautiful of his is spared in money is spilled in blood old. Boy Candles at Iler's Grocery. Make history of tho establishment "Why, bless your heart," he says Buy your Fresh Oysters from J. department to remedy tho situation If therc are rlgks to bo taken let the llntst Christmas Present. . C. Her. tlio minister grauuawy wnrmuu iu them bo risks t0 tne pockets of the with a hearty laugh, "I'm not old. ray one , get married Tho finest lino of Box Candles his subject and reached tho climax 1 t . n,0 ves of I'm going tobirthday, If oncan find Buy your Fresh Oysters from J. I ever shown In Hartford at Ilers's with tho declaration that tho success men." hundredth C. Her. anyone who wants to tnko a boy to Grocery. Beautifully put up. of tho allies in tho war depends on James Henry Thomas, labor mem Christmas d6bdsat01ilo County Just take a look'at those beautiful tho attitude of organized labor secre- raise. I asked one widow, but sho ber from Derby and assistant i Drug Co. BEAVER DAM, KY. Box Candles at Iter's Grocery. Make whether It will nllow tho government tary of the Amalgamated Society of said she was afraid I wouldn't walk For American wire Fence, call on the finest Christmas Presents. to recruit a sufficient number of Railway Servants, speaking for the the way I should go after sho took all - which the trouble of raising me." 10tf Office James Tajlor's Livery Barn. U. S. Carson. e labor party after Mr. Miss PoppIoNBll7who" has been skilled men for tho factoriesHe chuckled at the joke, but then has had concluded said that organized la tho munitions department Fresh Oysters in any quantity at very li) tho past few weeks of brona little shake in his voice: bor would bo found willing follow said with chial trouble, Is slowly' improving. brought Into being. E D. Thomas. "Of course, that's just fun. There 'Wo want 80,000 skilled men and wherever tho Minister of Munitions Join Cleve- IlePiTltotary Club nnd ' For Ship Stuff and feeding Oats 300,000 unskilled led If their rights were properly guar never was but one woman for me, get the benefit of the 40 or 50 new from 200,000 to seo Acton Bros. and she left mo seven years ago." men for these new factories," ho anteed. J? books which will be put in the first pro"Wo must reduce the said. Fresh Oyster j, liitgt and flno, at of tho year. "Every appeal that has been made Potatoes ns Hog Feed. portion of our orders which go to Ptty'3 Restaurant. he said "has Low-ney- 's tho worklngmen Special Christmas boxes of develop our homo reaccount of tho low prices of On abroad, and For an appreciative gift, go to tho Candles at Iler's Grocery, rang- sources. Upon tho supply of labor been met. The worklngmen are not potatoes In any section farmers unmindful of their responsibilities. Co. Ohio Conty Drug. ing from 50c to $5 per box. Finest depends, I think, our success In tbts have been seeking information as What the Minister ought to do is to Mrs. E. E. BIrkhead wailn Owens-bor- o you ever raw. war. Upon this depends whether we pass a bill guaranteeing to trade un- to the possibility of feeding them Buy your girl a subscription to can reduce tho cost of tho war by first of tho week. of the sta- to bogs. ions the 1 CARRY IN STOCK A LARGE Many experiments have been conFancy Candles Iler's Rotary Libary for a Christ scores of millions of pounds. Upon tus quo at the termination of the Fruit Baskets and LINE OF Something new and this depends whether we can supply mas present. Germany and other forducted in galore at Iler'a Grocery. war." good. Como and see. eign countries as well as a few in our troops with the right sort of Fruit Baskets and Fancy Candles guns and enable them to make next the United States to determine the Flno lino' of light Hardware galore at Iler'a Grocery, Youthful Bandits Hold Up Merchant. valuo of potatoes as feed for swine. Pocket Knives, Scissors, &c, suita- year's campaign a success. Mrs. Ma"gglo Griffin is'tho guest of ble for Christmas presents at Iler's TARGET GUNS, Paul Ulrlch, owner of a creamery In Ireland and Germany farmers "Hero only organized labor can relatives near Owensboro. held up feed large quantities of potatoes an- help us. Wo havo done our best to at 2001 West Jefferson,-waAMMUNITION, SHELLS, ETC. , Grocery. For big bargains in Ileal Estate Join Clevo Iler's Rotary Club and get skilled labor by tho system of in his store at the point of a revol nually. From experimental4 data 2It request And respectfully to 4 seo Holbrook & Parks. Hartford, get tho benefit of 40 or 50 now munitions' volunteers. It Is no uso ver at 7 o'clock last night by two has been concluded that pen- - bushels of potatoes when cooked aro you to call and bee tho larg7tf books which will bo put In tho first my going Into tho question of .why youthful bandits who took nine Ky. we got only 5,000 or C,00p men, al- nles from his trousers pocket and , equal to about ono bushel of corn for est lino of Shot Guns, Rifles, 'Mr. Levi Coleman of Chatanoogn of tho year. though that story may havo to bo fled without touching tho cash regis- putting gains on hogs. Therefore, Shells, &c., Animunltloii Special "Christmas boxes of Low-ney- 's 'was tho guest of relatives hero this if corn is worth 80 cents a bushel, ter. told later. ever brought to Hartford. week. Caudles at Iler's Grocery, ranghogs would be Tho robbers wore no masks and potatoes when fed to "Tho whole question depends upon Mr. D. Luco Is still unablo to bo ing from 50o to $5 per box. Finest organized labor. Unless It allows us It is bclloved they wero amateurs worth only 18 to 20 cents a bushel. g QQQfe and prJces .out. Ho has been sick for qulto you over saw! to put unskilled workers on tho work who lost their nervo boforo they ac- - UlUrU "JUy, UUWUVUI, VXJ IIIBIUMIUO awhile. I havo a stock of groceries that whlch hitherto has been tho monoply compllshed their purpose. Ulrica where It would be moro advantagethe Lowest. Mr. Lum" IgfeharTT lias" returned I want to closo out. Prices right. of skilled labor, wo cannot perform was alono In the creamery when one ous for tho farmer to feed to hogs homo from a visit to relatives at Como and seo for yourself. this task. Thero can bo only one of them came in and ask for somo right on his own placo at least part U. S. CARSON. 22tf. Tho robber's confederate sllp- - of his crop rather than to haul Owensboro. appeal, namely, to patriotism. Buy your girl a subscription to tory depends on this. Hundreds of , ped through tho front door while the theso potatoes to an already over8 Rabbits Wanted Will pay I l GROCERY5LV.V, apiece for drawn rabbits, beads on. Iler's, Rotary Library for a Christ- thousands of precious lives depend proprietor's back was turned again loaded market. to tho consensus of According Something now and on labor's answer. to tho counter. Tho dairyman did present, mas Must not bo shot to pieces. HARTFORD, KY. tho opinion potatoes aro ted to good. Como and see. "It Is a question whether wo aro not report the case to the police. W. E. ELLIS & CnO. WE blood-staine- years. If it's for Father, Mother, Friend ed or Sweetheart, you can find exactly what you want by shopping at our store. We shall expect you. Don't forget this, and remember , PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. that it Children Cry CASTORI A jra255b . Hartford Republican. over-enliste- d, Ill ht Lloyd-Georg- , DR. 0. E. HART YRTERINARY SURGEON Lloyd-Georg- - GUNS! GUNS! Shot Guns, Rifles s fa , , U. S. Carson I who disagreed with tho view he took HAD DESIGNS UPON We Knock the Spots Out of Things r .it- - PL,TIH'.lllllll I mini IMIIirf III! TIIK PANAMA CANAIj to go to the Control Hoard and obtain tho cvldcnco In their possession New York, Dec. 21. An intimaFACE A PROBLEM as to tho necessity for then tion that ngents of a foreign natlton Attorney Law Thero has been a considerable til ' limy havo had designs on tho I'aua- - French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In n E Vh JT V " IliluLrjLl Am canal as part of their nctlyo ' - HAJtTKOllUi KY, KOIt mlnutlon In the number of both tho " wlr.VYMKXT OK COMMISSIONS Superior Manner. and tho convictions for paganda, camo to light hero this im.WASHIMTnWl'ST: 8ALi:S OK SKCt'KITIKS PUZ- Will pmollco his pFvion in thti Send us your Garments and Have says Lord d'Abcrnon, tcrnoon. tl i JmhV J&v5 I ZlJ.Nfl T1III. adjoining counUce. ComnierdaJ I and It was learned that Federal agents Them the chairman of tho Central Control 1. wJ Crtuilu.il I'rncUcv a Sncrlaltr, tCTnrS ii - r "Tir mril vf - !ro pursuing an anglo of plotting in Hoard. In tho first renort of the Mln CLEANED CLEAN Istor of Munitions on tho work of this country which may show that nhTpr'nFAucniPurinr'Al I Tho question of whether brokers thnt body which was lnsued yester- tho Panama canal was Involved In Packages called for and delivered. VH' "uiw r would bo paid a commission for tho 3 the conspirators' activities. day. sales of American securities under Capt. William B. Offly, of tho 'in a THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB 13 abound, tltrwfif""Boo'd hotdi - , Lnw The report says thnt many witthe Powhatan heads tht , tho plan of lteglnaltl McKcnna, Chanbranch of tho Secret Service, ; 3 ii.w nesses, speaking of their own nreas, HARTFORD, KY mobcellor of the Exchequer for the A. Ivn Null, Prop. E admitted that another arrest Is ex 3 It irirtrin3it"ticart-e- f it Mifasns. W. II. Unnws tUia C. tf ilization of such securities has taken mention improved public order, a pected In the case, but would say no tj, countrymen. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, H by better condition In tho streets, and an Smith announoo that UitSy Imvb iortn the treasury authorities rather mor0. a partnursliln for too CJtwral infi surprise, tho point not having been improved condition of tho children. B&muel Gon'ipers, President of the Tho board havo received evidence considered before hand nt all, accordir!!l!tMf3ffi 3 i Uce of law, vXtKTrt ctiliillilal niid UIVM American Federation of Lnbbr, today Filrnl For Snlo. ing to tho financial column of tho that money which was formerly icasotf, Mr. Smith bAlng Cttimtr UlorE 3 -.- concluded his testimony bofore lhi THytikTXtMii ift S ? H ny li ttrwetitol f rum ttr.irtiMito,i- - mich mP Eighty acres of good land containTlme3. Its Importance however, la spont In excessive drinking is now g grand jury Xvhlch Is Ic&iiws. Mr. Unrnos VH1 IHillvlduaJlj fully recognized now that It has been cither deposited in savings banks or Federal tho alleged fa'ttvltle of La- ing dwelling, barn and other out. duccjit Midi practice ' brought to notice, and It Is stated used to Improve the home. -In Offlois q r bor's National Peace 'Council, In con buildings, situated on Hartford and Hartford Itppuullcon building, Hart:; An Interesting corroboration of the that some arrangement will be mado TTie TowTTalan it refined, nection with tho Ffitnz Von Hlntelen Hockport road. Well and spring on Improvement In general conditions is and restful. tord, K- to meet tho case. , In excelconspiracy to foment strikes in farm. Church lent . location on IVnnsyUania and schoolhouso near. expert of tho Morn- tho fact reported by observesrs that Tho financial Avenue, II th and It Streets, American munlton plants. After ho Fox price, make! It ailentable headquarterms, etc., call or address ing Post suggests that tho govern- tho general trade of thes chedulcd : &1 IIAT1 OX "i V. OTTO C. M.UITlti" ters (or bridal couples, tourist grnud Jury room Mr. Gom-pellnrttonl, Kjr, Itttmwrll, Kv advantage of Mr. areas has been particularly good In left tho parties, conventions, Schools and ment might take BARNETT & SON, Agts. held a long confercnt'c with colleges.' T McKenna's plan to help finance tho articles commonly required by tho United Stntes Attorney STRATT0N & MARTIN Therowhatan5ltractlMrit Marshall, and 34 Hartford, Ky. war. The writer proposes that tho 5 working classes; tho Inference being people of culture anil education. at the conclusion of this he said: Attornoya at Law its proximity to Suit, War And per cent, exchequer bonds needed to that tho trades which cater for these Navv Departments, also to man? "I told tho grand jury that what of historical profited by a diCROMWELL, - KY. interest.4 acqulro roints. the American securities requirements havo I had seen going on In regard to the makes this hotel especially atWill practice tholr profession in tht might be created by an Issue to the vision of purchasing power. tractive to a discriminatrnjr WILL FILL A WANT! fomenting of strikes was nn Indus' suband djotnlug counties. Collections.-Commercia- l public, with the intimation that With regard to the efficiency of trial ns well as a moral wrong, and .Tha Powhatan ofle'rt room." and Criminal Practice scribers could pny for them either In workmen and tho increase of output, with detached bath at $1.30, Since the suspension of the $2.00 and up. Rooms with priPrompt aud vlgoroa Specialty. or Cana- so mo time is required before an opln-ca- n was against the Interests of tho cash or approved American vate bath, J.J0, $3.00 and up. United Stntes. service- - Notary in office. dian securities. properly bo expressed. Up to "Wnte for lioollct with mipi Weekly Courier-Journa- l, It was exceedingly Louisville "Moreover, In this way, ho says, the issue the present few reports have been reCLIFFORD M. LEWIS. likely to lead us Into war without In there has been quite lanascr, would ecrvo the double purpose of ceived from firms engaged In the O obtaining becuritics and cash for war manufacture of munitions. Time- any way helping to end tho Europe- a demand for a weekly. Ken-tuch an war. To my mind It twa3 not so purposes, which would Stave off the keeping appears bcter In certain areas newspaper that gives isUiU)llhliltlMSIMLI much a matter of the violation of tho -i -n necessity of issuing n fresh wttr loan reports have been received indicatin! iMmiifiifii law as It was a grave Injury to our all the more m i: inmitlr important state NjcttM.L that would probably have to be is- ing an improved condition of tho men country. Everything I havo done i.uUjuii uiiui.ti. Hum thurOTj.lr. at cur THAT PAY. fcltrrtlM sued on a G per cent, basis, giving coming to work in tho morning. Re. aiiU help jou to tuceea. in this mattor has been actuated by news, as well as the general Kend irodrL iJ.olocr taitih for ritCr rrrorl per cent ports from tho harbor cities state holders of the previous 4 Tho raost ccuncmlcrl, cloaaslnr; nnu on t.ntwiity. ro jrri' a desire to oave our people." news, crisp editorials, q;ood . . loan the right of conversion into the that great improvements In working Germicidal of r.17 antiseptics is IVr fri. write, to r new loan. Tho holders of the pre. stories, timely cartoons and r n a n r n .Tj conditions has resulted ftOUl tho Laughter Aids Digestion. T. j.woni;n vious war loans would have no right Hoard's action. Drunkenness among D. C. wnatllNOTON, oirunciM Laughter is one of lie most health- illustrations. of conversion In case the issue were sailors, firemen and dock laborers ful exertions; it U of great help to There is no such excellent in short term exchequer bonds, has diminished, and ships oro able digestion. A still more effectual help paper as the h. A soluble Antiseptic Powder to to get away with much less delay. bo diicdved in water as needed. an extensive is a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. Twice-a-WeeIt is understood that , How's k As ft medicinal antlsoptlc for douches scheme of canteens is to be establishe- If you should be troubled with indiWa offer One Hundred Dollars Qwfeftsboro Messenger in treating catarrh, lnllammatlon or of Catarrh d, in al areas where workers are em- gestion glvo thOUl & trial. They only JJ$jyard for any case ulceration of noso, throat, and thnt (EiMoti by Ui-eWoodson.) ployed national work. As these no equal. ills It that cannot fee 9ured ty Hall's Canteensonwill be exempted from the cost n quarter. Obtainable everyIt comes every Wednesday caused by fomlnlno Lydla has Plnkbam in B For ten years thn where Catarrh CtlrBi . . The t National Weekly new Order It Is hoped that those em F. 3. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. r' n and Saturday, (16 pages a Medlclno Co. has recommended Paxtlno We, the undersigned, have known F. J. la Ihelr private corrtofldniknco with War Without Pain. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe ployed on dock and transport work women, Y.'hlch proves its sup"ct!rlty. him nerfectly honorable In all business and others engaged In what are dubPain Is a Visitor to every home and week or more), and is transactions and financially able to carry Women "who havo been cured saV bed "dry" industries will in con&e Usually It comes qulto unexpectedly. cut nnv obligations mode dv nis nrm, in every regard. It Is "worth Its weight In gold." 'At Until this year NATIONAL. BANK OF COMMERCE, Toledo, O. quence bo persuaded to forsake the But you are prepared for every emerCollitr'i hat becrf Mes- druueists. COc. largo bos, or by mull. Try the Twice-a-Wee- k TTnlVu PntnnK fnrn la tnken Internallw ofllcial Canteen." gency if you keep a bottle of Sloan's public house for the told at $5.50. Now Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. fictlng directly upon tho blood and q the price is $2.50 surfaces of the system. Testimonials -- " Liniment handy. It Is tho greatest senger for a year in connecpent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold andnchatctccurcd pain killer ever discovered. Simply tion with the Hartford Repubby all Druggists. Wintering Idle liors.es. a concession u hereTake Hall Family Pill for conttlfxHloa. no rubbing reof tho year practi- laid on the skin At this time by ne ran otfer it CouH-.- y lican. Ohio at a still further cally all the heavy work on most quired It drives the pain away. It is SUE WISCONSIN PAPER reduction in conBoth papers, One year for FOR REFUSING SPACE farms has been flashed, and with the really wonderful. nection with thl Circuit Coiift T. F. Birkhoad, Mervln H. Solster, Berkeley, Cal., approach of winter horses are more publication. $1.50. All clubbing subscrip- Judge; Ben D. Itlngo, Attorney; W. Ever hear of a "country" publish- or less idle. Since idle horses give writes: "Last Saturday, after tramp- tions should be addressed to P. Midkiff. Jailer; E. (J. Barrass, Special Offer to Our Reader! Cierk; E. E. Ulrkhcad, Master Com er being sued because he wouldn't no return In labor performed, the ing around the Panama Exposition Republican, Hartford, Ky. missioner; 'It. T. Collins. Trusteo Kcrocnlnne the ereat demand (or Coil'ut'i at accept advertising? That's what hap- feeding should be as economical as with wet feet, I camo homo with my Jury-Funthe new price, we have made arraneementsto S. O. Keown, Sheriff. possible, and proper care should be neck so stiff that I couldn't turn. I pened to one of the Hartford, rller it and our own publication each one veat S. A. Bratcher: HartfOrd. Dcnuties (nrthe price ol Colftrr'talone. This is a limited according to reports in taken of the animals in order that applied Sloan's Liniment freely and ombo deputies Mrs. S. O. Kuown ati oftcr and mult be taken advautaee ol promptly. they may be In the best possible con- went to bed. To my surprise, next (illmoro Keonn. Court convenes first newspaper circles. Tho following is morning the stiffness had almost disMonday in February and continues What Yon Get i Collier's dition for work n the early spring. clipped from one of our exchanges: three weeks; third Monday In April, Horses should not be confined to appeared, four hours after the secCotter 'i It the one bee. independent, fearlessHartford, Wis. Robert J. Winter, two weeks; third Monday in Octobor. eckly ol the whole country- - Not only is it the two weeks. a Milkaukeo clothing merchant, has the barn during the winter on a lib- ond application I was as good us new.' cood cititen'a handbook but it li alio t eral supply of grain. It Is far better March, 1915. All Druggists. 25c. 1 mairaiine (or the whole (nmily. Amonir the County Court John B. Wilson, commenced suit for $15,000 against things that a year' subscription cites area Judge; W. C. Blankenshlp, Clork; the publishers of the Hartford Times to "rough them through the cold C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. 1000 Editorial and several local retailers, alleging months. They should be given the 600 Nevra Photp Court convenes first Monday In each 250 Short Article. defendants conspired to pre- run of the yard lot during tho day. month. that the ISO Short Storle 100 Illuatratrd Features Quarterly Court Begins on the vent him from securing newspaper ad This should be provided with a pro2 Complete Novels 4, Monuay In every month. first tected shed, one that Is thoroughly vertislng which he asserts was Court of Calms Convenes first Collier's $2.50 j dry and well provided with bedding. .DAILY to carry out his business. Tuesday In January and first Tuesday In October. Winter was engaged In selling While nature does her part and pro Hartford Republican horse with a heavy coat of Other County Officers C. S. Mox-loclothing throughout the county last tects tho Survoior, Fonlsviilc, Ky It. February and claims that tho Times i alr during tho cold months, tho i JM F. D. So. 2; Tom I lines. Assessor, And Tho GUARANTEED SEItVICE refused to sell him advertising space '' shed Is necessary In order to afford I' Olaton, Ky.; Oina Shults, Superln-teuuen- t. 1. n rwl rtrnt ant tnn tmnnciiKif clinlinn Ono hundred per cent otter Hartford merchants named in Hartford; Ur. A. B. Hiley, S.WWCS.L urn OUtrje against rains, snow, and cold winds. Coroner, Hartford; T. II. Bontou, value. "Special work for W. tho suit had threatened to boycott Uoad Engineer, Hartrord. fim. O. W. tho paper if Winter's advertising was Winter winds come mostly from tho By Mail nira Spo-cl- al JUSTICES" COURTS. One Year at The W.' F. STEVENS, wit mi? UUB3U carried. As a consequence Winter north and northwest, ajjd the shed Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aftPrice of UVUIS says he suffered damages of $5,000, should be so situated and"cunstruct-e- d It. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. er 3d Monday in March, Tuesday aftSI as to give tho proper protection er 3d Monday In June, Tuesday aftRepresenting Continental and ho asks tho punitive damages of er 3d Monday In September, Tuesfrom this quarter. Marblo & Granite Co. $10,000 be added. day after 3d Monday in December. In tho feeding of idle horses tho Kentucky's greatest newspaper de The Lake City, Minn., Leader comL. A. McDanlol, Itockport, Friday rnn ifsniiAUfi . mcb d feeds should be avoided livered nt your homo each day IncludUs colmenting on the above through after 3d Monday In March, Friday " OLD8 Tflafoolllc proper con- ing our homo paper, in order to keep them in after 3d MonUay In Juno, Friday umns, says: rtMU ALU HiltUAl ANU LUfilj TliUUULtS. nt the prlco of after 3d Monuay In Soptombor, GTjrJlANTMED Hero Is an Item that may bo of In- dition at tho lowest cost. It has $3.00. SATISFAOXOBTff Friday after 3d Monuay in Deterest to local business men who ob- been found that idle horses do very Olt SLOKEY UNFUNDED. cember. well on a winter feed consisting of This Offer Positively Exject to Lake City papers accepting S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wedneeday after 3d Monday In March,, Wedadvertising from outside merchants. all tho hay, oat straw, cornstalks, or Operated by nesday after pd Monday In June, pires Feb. 28, 1916. LhsmL, OVtR C8 YCARS It isn't uncommon for Lake City news sorghums they wll consume, so that Wednesday after 3d Moifday In SepEfiEKSS Xp EXPERIENCE Idleness al papers to he solicited for outside little grain is necessary. tember, Wednesday after 3d MonHotel Company day In December. business, but it Is uncommon for so permits of a more thorough mastiIt. C. Tlchetaor. Centertown, Satthem to accept advertising (hat In any cation of tho feed, thus insuring pro'tinder Now Management urday after 3rd Monday in each way detracts from the business of the per digestion. month. T. QUISENBEUIIY. home merchants. Lake City merFrom six to eight weeks before 3pH Wlnoon Smltrj. Select. Tuesday chants sell their goods to whom they the spring work Is started tho horse "iiW,iri rT.a TA TnAnc Marks. Rites 91.00, 91.25 and $1.50 per Day after 2d Monday in March, Tuesday please, and if they can get a dollar should bo put at light work and Dcsions alter za Monuay in May. Tuesday CcRvniCMTa An. Meals 25 Cents. from some person In sonic other town started on a small grain ration in orafter 3d Monday In August, TuesAnrons sending a sketrh nnd dMcrlntlnn aaeertnln our oiliil-.l- i fruo whcllicr i day after 2d Monday In November. it is considered good business on der that they may bo in proper condiliiveiillon lapriilnhlrMiw-tiinhle- , rwmniinli-Best In tho city for the money. w. a. Dean, tlonatrietlrroiinuoiitui. IQlK'illOOli oul'aicutov Dundee. Wed their part hut if cither of tho Lake tion for tho work required of them. Mill froa. Olitcat Special attention to tho traveling nesday aftor tho second Monday In I l'mciita taken thiiuvh ituim Cu. tteclreCity papers run an advertisement for Tho grain ration may then bo gradMarch, Wednesday after id Monday r. . ..vv, n . I.WMW KHIMKVl IU IUO public. Red Wing, Winona or tho Twin City ually increased until tho regular In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday In August, Wodnesday after 2d .Monmerchants, it would bo considered a allowance has been reached for tho A. hanmomelr IIInatrMM woetle. Tjrcet OWENSBORO, KY. day In November. ot an? atlcntiuo luurnal, 'Irnna. tJ a breach of trust and a just cause for working season. Ben F. 'nice, Fondsvlllo, Tuesday boycott similar to tho one reported. Growing colts require considerable a after 2d Monday in March, ThursMUNH Co.364Bdr.WGW York s protein. They should bo so fed as day after 2d Monday in Mny, Thura day after 2d Monday in August, England Sober mill Free. proper development and to securo Thursday after 2d Monday in NoTho now licensing order of tho at a minimum co3t. Rough feed, vember. YOU Liquor Control board, which comes such as clean mixed hay, alfalfa, or , Ben W. Taylor, Italph, Friday aft- i Into forco at tho close of tho pres- clover, may bo fed along with a mx-tuor 2d Monday In March, Friday aftor 2d Monday in May, Friday after 3d 300 ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS ent month, was not unexpected by of bran, oats and corn. Monday in August, Friday after 2d KLEP Informed of tho World'a Progress in tho public or by tho trade. hnuinri-rini-- . Monday In November. ."-ff.i;:.." " i aim" MwhnnW nnrl f"iw...v... L. J....L-- - " lnvnt nn ui Hotlgo, M. P u member of tho Mr. From Now Until tho Polls Close. "' wii iii ma it nppealf IIARTFORD POLICE COURT. Bryan may talk peaco and Wilson to all classes Old nnrl Youns Men and Women, McCAIX PATTERNSperfect Control Board, received In his ca- O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. Treatment Cclcbratca lor ttjrle, fit, Imnlldtr tn4 uiuim thmuUiout IliuvrorliL Ourlunlira secretary or a trudo union may talk preparedness, but wo aro a, relliblllty neirly 40 yarf. Sold In iieirlj ForIc, City Attorney; J. P. Stovens, paclty ns tiorrtiiiionatnu uro rouatautlr on tho wntili L every city nJ town In the United butti ntf Marshal; for WEAK lor lUlust ucw und lutn.tluir aud It li Court convenes second Mon- 'ftssssssssssssssssssssssiillll..falPV r CanaJj, or by mail direct. More told that organization, a circular asking for going to talk protection to homo Vvrltton So You Can Unilorsrnnrl Tl It day In each month. iny other LUNGS or Ills support In a movement against Industries from now until tho polls rho Ihop Nitss Department (ill J'm.w) contain, McCALL'S make. Send lor lrc catalogue City Council J. C. Her, Mayor: R- MAGAZINE rrurtlcal II lull for bliop or It anil (wjr u)t tot Ibt tho new restrictions. Mr. Hodgo closo In November of 191G. Thero iau .i. iiu .ultima uniuini luv lioiuo. More tubtcribert . than my other faihlo. T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Boan, Treas CONSUMPTION r. n..lK vroto thnt tho regulations had not is no other Issue beforo tho American wa a;l IklHtfraphOiitllta. .Dilnw, lloiiti. buuw fc,- ctl ttylci. .lllln iiiuiiiii. jnvu ,luauir. itMir urer. Members of Council J. C. Ben- W you mention this pattcrnt, drcttmaklni-millinery, paper wo will send you nett, Capt. A. D. Whlto. A. E. l'ato, B plain tcwlni;, fancy needlework, irdrcttlni;, been framed with any Idea of inter- - peopl. Th Rpubllcan party has al iu lrui tloiu lor tliu Mccluiulc, UunirKir uudI'ouuIm K ctbiuette, L'uJ itorlei, etc. Only W ctntt't W. II. Glllesplo, W. II. Barnos. C. M. a bottle FREE, bv mall n nnirie biwrtauiia working-clas- s - ways given good times and plenty of II.SO PER YEAR libertering with tho year (worth double), Including a trio pattern, '.that tired, feeling. couShs, pains Crowo. ... . jaw. BMlr SIHuir lh ttl . Subtcribe tuday, or tend tor tatnplj cony, lrM iiee. lThoy were agreed upon In tho work at living wages by tho Tariff Sampl copy will b wit en iniitiL Hartford Board Education J. II. In chest, nljjht sweats, hemorrhages, weak WONBEBFUL INDUCEMENTS lint's or cnnstimntlnn D. Carson. Ch'm'n.; O. M. Barnett, MECHANICS MAGAZINE to Agentf. roitil brings premium caUIogut Interests of tho workers engaged on road and that's good enough for us. POPULAR mi,i(an Hvvnuih vniVABU vnw and new catb prln olTert. Addrcti Sec; E. W. Ford, Treas.; R. T. Col- OHIO MEDICAL CO. ' work, aud bo Invited thoso Albla (la.) Union. munitions , OK McUIX CO. W U Ml W. )7bk 5L. MW YMbl lins, J. D. Duke, BRITISH FINANCIERS Ladies' and Men's Garments iHTiMHraATAinSl nu ProfelonA Otto C. 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Typewriter is especially adapted to use in rural districts because it will stand more wear and does not require an expert operator. By follow ing tnc instructions wc will give you, you will have no trouble learning. Mail Thu Coupon Today Please tend mc joi free book 0 0 I do not use a typewriter at present. I am uslnj; a typewriter anil would like to learn about your j'.V.M. Vl.fc. W .AVIIdllt, .1 U U IICtT UI1C. State- - To the L. C. Smith & Ilrot. Typewriter Co. 414 MtuVljtrcct CINCINNATI, OHIO. 2vr 'JS. VOU Pistol and Revolver Cartridges That Are Dependable and Accurate selected your pistol or revolver because you expected I Now, results whether in casual shooting orlnserlousworkatthctargct depend more than you might think on the wise choice ol ammunition. It is worth remembering; that the biggest men in the Pistol and Revolver classes are shooting Remington-UMCartridges madeforevcry standard make of pistol and revolver used anywhere in the world. Fortherightammunition from thcsportsrnen'spointofview.eeethcRem-ington-UM- C Dealer. He displays the Red Ball Mark oj Remington-UMC it to cive vou results. Remington Sold by your home dealer and 3095 other leading merchants in Kentucky McUllic Ctrtri ijt Co., Woolworfh BUg. (233BVy) Arms-Unio- n N.Y.Gty Vanderbilt Training School for Boys II ELKTON, KY. id f Will help parents dovelop thoir sons into the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage, is widely scat- tered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should bo ma tie early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write H H D pj B a m H MATHENEY & BATTS g Box A. For cataloguo and information. 5 .HiiHiEHnsEaEBHiBaHaaESHiiaEiEciBS Electri niters over a Amite tst' counter. ... lF$ i 1 tvurvu fclfcl m drawuiut urluuljhlt.r i'iv. ajrlcu. liuw to oU&la iwWuU, Inula eopjrriuliu.e.0.. N ALL C0UMTniC3. pnocunrDANDDereNDCD..sn',UOJ'. tx. Succeed wbeo everything else falls. In nervous protrutloa and female weaknesses they lire the supremo remedy, as thousands have tMtlfied. JlutlJutt JlrtttviH flrl. ujji, II I H'mUngtoH tmvi tlmt.l PUnt tnd bftlnjtment Pnctlci Exclusive!. WrlUi or corn ui ui it Tit IUtt Itmt, uu UilM IUm ftUat OSes, I WeSrNNQTON. D. C. FOR KEDNCYtLIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE It li the bt satdlelne ever wli ml since I began using It. Pomeroyton, Ky. In Interesting ad I am so thankful for what Black- vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes Draught has done for me." writes as follows : "I was down with Thedford's ht has been stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for de would-liav- e sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that I thought surely 1 would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous Ingredients, and did not seem to do me any good. ' acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by afternoon. young and old, and should be) Boston, Mass., December. 15. Jim's last mall delivery from tho Miss Laura L. Johnson, an heiress of and all my friends, except one, thought I kept In every family chest. headquarters building to the Union Station week days Is made at 6:45 Minneapolis, today filed suit in tho .would die. He advised me to trv Oct a package to ay. o'clock In tho afternoon. At least, United States Circuit Court asking Thedford's and quit Only a quarter. that Js the tlmo when he and his $20,000 damages from Rev. Charles driver should leave the the building. C. Wilson, rector of tho Episcopal Friday afternoon ho was at his post Church of Our Saviour, Rosindale. Miss Johnson alleges Wilson broke of duty at tho appointed hour to keep with his driver . The driver his pledge to marry her. his date Miss Johnson alleged that she and was In the building and was not in a was. He remained at Wilson mndo mutual promises to hurry, but Jim tho curb until 5:55 o'clock, when he marry each other; that she was willseemed to realize that he had to get ing to keep her promise, but he was started If ho caught a 6:10 o'clock not. She seeks to recover damages. The first intimation of Miss John train to deliver his mall. Without waiting longer, In his teeth he picked son's suit was given out October 22 Rt. Rev. Georgo T. Ellis, bishop up the leather strap to which was at-- b Iron weight, turn coadjutor of tho Diocese of Vermont, tached a ed around and down Dodge street, at in which he said Rev. Wilson had re a slow trot started for the depot, j celved ft hotlce from Miss Jolmson's full of life and action, filled with the Arriving there, he waited the usual attorney demanding reparation from fire of fine inspiration and followed 'wjmz00(1 B u (wu suon stories or aaventure, length of tlmo required to Unload tho Wilson on the ground of breach of will make I mall from tho wagon, again picked up promise of marriage. Wilson desired the postponement weight and left for the stable his down on Seventh street, near the of his approaching wedding to Miss Mary L. Clark until the suit that smelter. At the stable the holster, knowing ' was threatened should be started, , that it was tlmo 'when Jim should . trIed and tho matter cleared up, tho have finished his work of tho day, j statement concluded, Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, MIss Clark, who is tho daughter of unhitched him and turned him Into Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of his stall, where ho was given his I Lou,a c- - Clark a wealthy Wall street Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best broker, and whose summer home is customary allowance. minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone In the meantime, Ed Howk, the one of the show places of Burlingintnenome. l here is no ace driver, had gathered up his mallf at ton, Vt. was prostrated when news limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free tho headquarters, but when he of tho threatened suit became public, Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION emerged from the building could not but her family Is said to be ready to let us lend you Three Current Issues FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year find Jim. Ho loaded the stacks onto stand behind Wilson. request. Miss Johnson, who Is about 24 a street car and at tho station learnnot 12. Those who subscribe now, sending $2 ed that Jim had been there, arriv years old, met Wilson when she was for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will .- -i for 1915. will mo;... Tk. ing and departing on schedule time. a student In the University of Verget in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. Knowing the habits of the horse, mont In the class of 1914 and when v o macazines. Howk went to the stable, where ho Wilson was living at tho homo of Rt. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE found the horse, apparently feeling Rev. O. C. A. Hall, bishop of Ver- THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, MOTH mont in Burlington. that he had performed his duties ONE YEAH FOR ONLY $2.75. Wilson has been rector of tho and was entitled to tho rest that folChurch since last spring, lowed. prior to which ho was assistant at oe St. Paul's Church in Burlington. Help Your Liver It Pays. When your liver gets torpid and Farm, Near Whitesvillc, For Sale. your stomach acts queer, take Dr. Wo, have listed with us a good 108 King's New Llfo Pills and you will acre farm 4 miles South of And yourself feeling better. They Whltesvllle, about half of it bottom purify tho blood, give you freedom land, The Republican and Louisville Herald $1.35 and forty acres In timber infrom constipation, biliousness, diz- cluding 58 gum, besides various other The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at 1.76 ziness and indigestion. You feel trees. No buildings. See us for line Just like you want to feel. Clear prices. 1.50 The Republican and Homo and Farm 25c at drugtho complexion too. BARNETT & SON, Agents. gists. 1 1.7 The Republican and POND RUN. Teachers of Agrlcuuture. 3.60 ..Dec. 20. Miss Lizzie Chlnn, who The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald Tho demand for properly trained is 111 of dyphterla, Is somewhat im3.50 The kepubucaw and uany uwensDoro inquirer men to teach agriculture In secondary proved. schools Is greater than tho supply Mr, II. M. Ross Is still on the sick The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.7 and, from present indications, will list. continue to Increase for somo tlmo. 1.75 Misses Ruth Graham and Margar- The Republican and Kentucky Farmer few men Hitherto, comparatively et Tomerlln spent Sunday with Misshave studied agriculture with the de- es The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 Edna and Novle Ross. liberate Intention of teaching it as a Miss Besslo Graham spent tho af1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer llfo work. In consequence, whllo ternoon with Miss Alvey McConnoll provision for agricultural education last Sunday. The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 has been greatly developed, tho numThe singing class has been organIs still small. ber of teachers ized again at Pond Run. Meetings This subject is discussed in tho Ag- aro held every Saturday night. Mr. pubricultural Education Monthly, Addlo Robertson is the leader and lished by tho department. It points Miss Hazel Cummins tho organist. out that a good teacher In agriculMr. Jut Robinson, wlfo and llttlo ture must, of course, havo all tho daughter, Desslo, spent Sunday with fundamental qualifications. Ho must Mr. Robinson's mother, Mrs. Liza know his special subject and must alRobinson. LIV-VER-LTHE so bo versed In tho science of educa AX Mr. T. II. Graham mado a flying SEWING tion and tho art of teaching. Thoso trip to Central City week. this MA NE alrendy qualified to teach general Mr. Charles Henry, of Simmons, OF subjects In secondary schools who mado a business trip to Drakesboro QUALITY. wish to teach agrlculturo should, It last week. possible, tako at least a courso exMr. Marsh Chumnoy, of Simmons, tending over several years in tho spout Saturday night and Sunday In NOT Stato agricultural colleges. Thoso Beaver Dam. SOLD who can not lcavo their positions can Mr. Clayton Ross, wife and llttlo UNDER with very llttlo troublo or cxpenso child will roturn homo this week ANY tako courses during tho summer va- from Graham to spend tho holidays OTHER Fcolirlcht nil tho time. Don't lav oil cation or short courses during tho with their parents. NAME. from work for days by taking cnlomo) winter. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ross and Mr. keeps yo when plonsant Llo Vtr-La- x A great deal of practical agrlculWARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. on your feet, whllo reliovlngyourtroub and Mrs. B. Wilson, Misses Edith and turo may also bo learned by attending Efllo Fulkerson spent Sunday with Ifyou purchoso tho NEW 1IOMH you will le. Safer too, and easy to tako. Don't have a llfo asset at tho price you pay, and will tako anything else. You can't adoril institutes and other farmers' meet- Mrs. Emlo Rowo. sys wot havo an endless chain of repairs. it Eliminates poisons, cleansesA natings. It no such meetings aro held Mrs. S. C. Hunter and daughter, tern and relieves constipation. In tho teacher's district, ho can as- Miss Maggie, spent Saturday ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura with Quality sist in organizing thorn. Though their Mrs. L. D. Fulkerson. in its effect and certain in results. It will won't bo long before Uu- - Vcr-La- x primary purpose may bo to aid tho Considered completely displace calomel in evert farmer, n receptive man can not fall home. Children can tako it freely anl it is the to learn much from tho speakers with perfect safety. Every bottlo uuar Cheapest anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles. Nona that are invited to attend. In somo genulno without tho likeness and slna States special sessions tor teachers of. For Infants and Children in the end turo of L. K. Grigsby. For salo by agrlculturo aro hold In conucctton Over to buy. J. H. WILLIAMS, - HarUord. Ky.. Years county associations of In Us with State or Always bears Such meetings offer an opteachers. It you want a, tewing machine, writs tor the or latest catalogue bt fore you purcluua. exchange of Ideas and Signature of portunity tor pntns In th Imick a good The Vm Hmm for keeping lu touch with new nietu- HakiM Co., tafge, at M. Mm' PaU. Black-DraugBlack-Draught, ttf I not afford to neglect. '' While there aro thus many ways Omah, Nob., December 16. Old Jim, ono of tho Union Pacific's most 'n which tho ambitious teacher of faithful employes, hns been slated for agriculture may mako himself both retirement on pension and tho a better Instructor and a more thorchances aro that whllo Jim will not ough master of agriculture, practidraw any money from tho pension cal cxperlenco remains an essential fund, lio will llvo a life of eaBO dur- to real success. Men who find themselves weak In this sldo of their work ing his remaining days. Jim Is 21 years old and has been should take advantage of every op- continuously In tho employment ofiPrtunlty to remedy tho deficiency. tho Union Pacific during tho last ten Summer vacations can bo spent In years. Jim, being a horse, ho does I practical work on tho farm. If tho not liavo to conform to some of tho I teacher docs not own or can not conditions required of men and worn- -, rent land of his own, ho may obtain en who aro onto tho company pension Invalunblo cxperlenco by working under somo good manager. rolls. The retirement of Jim Is mainly i Wear TliH in Mind, duo to tho fact that tho work that ho hns been, doing during tho last ten "I consider Chamberlain's Cough years In the future Is going to bo Remedy by far tho best medlclno In In tho past the market for colds and croup," says done by an automobile. Jim's work has been to haul the Mrs. Albert Blosscr, Lima, Ohio. I'non Pacific mall wagon between tho Many others aro of tho same opinion. headquarters building and tho depots Obtainable everywhere. m ' Jim knows the details of his duties as well as his driver, Ed Howlt, as ev- C. C. WH.SOX OK I10STOX 8UKI VOU 920,000 DAMAGES idenced by his performance Friday 1IOI18K GOKS OVEH ods and offer stimulus and lilsplra- 1118 USUAL KOUTE tlon which tho progressive man can STOMACH TROUBLE FOB FIVE YEARS Majority of FrieBrli Tbought Mr. Hughes Would Die, But One Helped Him taking other medicines. I decided ft take his advice, although I did nothavi any confidence In it. I to have now been taking Black-DraugJ- sf Recovery. for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headache "ffieWTffS COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 I r. Ros-llnda- lo OUR CLUBBING RATES. Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. USE NEW For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. HOME CASTORIA For 30 (ZssfZL $h tat rr y AU.fs ta r- - PEACE PACT 18 SIGNED BY VILLA AOllKKSIHNT HKACIIK11KTVKKX NORTHKKN REBELS ANDCAU- GOVERNMENT. UANKA VILLA TO CROSS BORDER Will Bo Cilvcn an Avluni In This Country, AVtishliiKtoii Declares. ft Announcement. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Felix announce nlrcrnft have been n feature of tho had been stopped nnd when passenthe engagement of their daughter Returning to Older Things. WAR NEWS fighting, no less than forty-fou- r gers were still on board Is sulllclent SchokifB say that tho tendency to- .LATEST Mary Elizabeth to Mr. Charles Deck- combatants in the nlr having taken to II x upon tho commander of the ham Kniskern, of Dostou, Mass. The ward symbolism In palntins and all placo on December 20, two of the submarine "tho responsibility for the arts Is but tho swing of tho pcn- wedding will takep laco In June. dulum. Tho world has grown old and German ncroplaiies being shot down hnvlng wilfully violated the recognizMonday. weary and tired of Its phi-- ! ed law of nations." Tho Government Unltcil States A second note from nnil others driven off. Ofilce Seekers Xeetl Not Send Stanlosophles and Is going back to tho declines to discuss tho circumstances' the American, Government to the ley Gifts. times when all the peoples of the n nnd "finds no other course open to Government in Wednesday. Ky., Dec. 22. Gov. earth dreamed of great mysteries In Frankfort, England. Stanley is finding the first Christ- little things: when the highest ritual connection with the demands for dis- In asking for another it" hut to hold Austria responsible, mas season in the mansion embar- of all religions was tho dances in the avowal of the slnkng of tho stcam-httl- s million men for tho British army, and therefore reiterates its original which ended In strange stupors, ship Ancona, punishment of tho sub- - bringing the strength of the British demands. rassing, because of gifts from ofilce and humanity first imagined the coun- marlno commander and the payment forces up to 4,000,000, Premier As- Govseekers. A close friend of the try of the gods. of an Indemnity. The new note Is qulth declared that Great Britain Western ernor said today: Front. Tho heaviest understood to be a reiteration of the needed every man fit for military ser- fighting of any of the battle fronts many applicants for of"A good original demands and to Intimate vice. There wns further Intimation appears to be taking placo lu tho Curse of Idleness. fice were vigorously pushing their Idleness Is the badge of gentry, and that It Is final word of the United of conscription which wjll he oppos- Vosges Mountains at Iliirtsninns-We- ll claims and thoughtlessly sent the ed by the Irish Nationalist party and lorkopf.Tlie French captured an ImGovernor Christmas presents, falling the bane of body and mind, the nurse States. tho Labor party. portant German position there Tuesto consider tho embarrassing position of naughtiness, tho stepmother of discipline; the chief author of all misIn which it places the Governor. day, but the Germans bnvo retnlncd In The West. Field Marshal Sir chief, ono of the seven deadlv sins. "No man who knows him would tho cushion upon which the devil Jolm French relinquished command Tho HnlkniiH. Tho Russians arc n footing in the section of the trenchthink of offering him n material con chiefly reposes. of tho British forces in France and reported unofficially to hnve bom- es held by French advance detachBelgium to Gen. Sir. Douglas Halg. barded! and occupied Varna with a ments. sideration for any position at his disposal and they overlooked the fact In an order of the day lie commends sufficient number of men to hold tin Penalty She Had to Pay. Irene's mother Is a woman of ad- his men for the good work they have Bulgarian Black. Sea port against that a present at tills time and undetermined later. Tho British Parliament KiiKlniid. der these circumstances Is not cal- vanced Ideas. A few days ago when dono and predicts victory for the attack. Tho town, according to this voted to Increased the strength of i A chief for the territory surrendthere came Irene went Entente Allies' arms. report, was laid in ruins nnd tho the army to 4,000,000. Lieut. Gen. ered to tho Carranza government is culated to Improve the applicants' on to a neighbor's porch and looked , The possible prelude of u strong Bulgarian garrison chances. suffered heavy Sir Archibald Murray will bo the new to be selected byfthe Carranza govern through the Inviting "The Governor sincerely hopes Reggie was comfortablywindow where German offensive movement on the casualties. ESCMt. British commander at the Dardanengaged with elles, succeeding Lieut. Gen. Sir General Villa, 400 men, left that no person now seeking ofilce un- his playthings. "Why don't you come western front occurred early SunChihuahua Sunday, according to in- der him will present to him any gift in? I'm Just having a dandy time day morning ngainst the British In The West. Ttie- French have Charles C. Monro, who will command formation reaching the Villa gener- of any kind for manifest reasons." with my Nose ark." "No," sobbed line to the northeast 'of Ypres. To captured with infantry, after prepar- the first nrmy of France, a post niado Irene. "I've got to stay outside and be the accompaniment of a heavy bom- ation by artillery, an important part vacant by the appointment of Gen. als in conference here. It is behoUthy.' bardment the Germans directed of the German works In the Vosgcs Sir Douglas Halg as commander-in- Proper Light Important. lieved by tho generals that he may Light Is of first Importance to the clouds of gas ngainst the British, Mountains, chief there. 'have repudiated the agreement to Avoid Controversy. who, in conjunction with the French surrender which they made with him. reader. In the daytime the light Controversy never convinced any batteries, turned their guns on the shoulder from Gerniniiy. Emperor William is Whether, if Villa entered the should come over the back, Thursday. the side or from the and the man; men can be influenced by mak- German trenches engaged in tho gas United States he would be subjected reader should sit In such a position ing them think for themselves, bv United Ktntcs. In its second note suffering from n disability which will n to legal proceedings seeking his extra that there will be no shadow on the seeming to doubt with them or by operations. The British official re- to the Government keep him Indoors for a few days. As dition to Mexico, was said to hinge book. However, if the reader sits in leading them as if by tho hand with port of the attack says that most of relative to the sinking of the Ancona n consequent lie has been compelled on tho attitude of General Carranza. the full sun, the shadow of the shoul out their perceiving it. A good book the German Infantry were prevented the United States takes tho ground to postpone a contemplated visit to head of the de facto Mexican Govern- ders on the pages of the book is a re lent to them, which they read at "v tlie sunnro from leaving UieirtIiat tho numMon ))V tile Austro-ieisur- e, the western front. produces upon them surer trenches, while other detachments iinncarlnn Aiimimitv'timi n.. a.,. ment. This question was understood lief to the eyes, for bright sunlight effects because theydo not then blush were driven back before reaching the . coua was torpedoed tn Imck food to have been submitted to Carranza on print Is trying. after her endues l For pnlrn In Antl.Piln iTIIU. rtmy&J FA Va mill fit fro fllrl lt , rr Mllw' lna n a 0uUjUi)oitu uj iuu ouiJtuui ica- - lVtfif..1tt- uriusii line. yesterday. son of an antagonist, The proposal to secure elimination The Poetry of Woman. " " Man is like disconnected and unTho llalluins. For the present the of Villa from Mexico affairs was sent Ant's Remarkable Strength. campaign In the Balkans, except for to Secretary Lansing, and Gen Car- couth prose, without harmony or An ant can carry a grain of corn the pursuit of the Serbians In North-te- n beauty. That is why poets have alranza, after a secret conference of ways times the welghf of its own body, ern Aibanla and minor actions compared women song, poUnited States miltary, State and city etry, flower and river, with a horse and a man can carry a' but have never .a For Anything You May Need in officials witii representatives of thought of comparing man with any burden only about equal to their own, tween tho Bulgarians and Moutenegrins, Is virtually at n standstill. and' Villa. Among the confer-ce- a of these. Woman, like most beauti- weight. are still standing The Bulgarians the opinion 13 oxpressed that the ful things in nature, Is connected, guard at tho Greek frontier where Importance of Villa's elimination and well restrained. The Invented to Amuse King. forces crossed to tivcrehadowed tho retention of th Craftsman. Playing cards are said to have been the Anglo-Frenc- h SASH, DOORS, COLUMNS, MILLWORK prosecute him on charges invented In 1390 to divert Charles IV, niake their way back to Salonlki right to then king of France, who had fallen For Our Lowest Prices. Instinct and Reason. that ordinarily would be of a ser On It.iillan Front. Along tho The term "Instinct" Is supposed to into a melancholy mood. I01111 nature. refer to tho Intelligence which leads lino snow in the moun; Asylum for Villa. to the performance of actions that are Dally Thought. FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY tains and rains in the valleys are DeWashington, Dec. 20. State adaptive In character, but, your friend every hampering tho Italians in their oper- Incorporated If you partment officials have decided that without necessary knowledge pursued fault he censure there willfor WllHon, come a atlons against Gorlzla. Near Monte commits of the FORDSVILLE, i KY. Gen. Villa will receive the asylum ac- relation between tho means employed time when you will have no friend to an Austrian trench, San MIchelo corded a political refugee should he and the ends attained, while "reason" censure. Arabian Proverb. which formed a salient lu the Italian Is supposed to be aware of such cuter the United States. line, was taken by a surprise Italian decision was sent last night knowledge and to work accordingly. Tiiis Father's Feeling. Infantry attack. to Gen. Funston by the War Departupon me 'Your father seems to look to Villa or his ment for transmission Star Photography. Wlth disfavor." "Not exactly that On Gulllpoli. Artillery bombard Star photography Is one of the most More like curlosltv." Buffalo Ex- representatives. ments of Turk and allied positions Department agents reported tedious operations known. In some press. State and the shelling of Turkish positions alleged intermediates had requested cases me exposure or tno piato must During all by Entento warships aro reported immunity from arrest, saying last for several hours. Villa's Best to Earn One's Own. U1I3 time both tho plate and telescope that ir tills was given they believed must be moved so that tho Image of Persons Industriously occupying from tho Galllpoll peninsula. Villa would abandon the flght ngainst the star wUl bo stationary on tho themselves thrive better on a little of Tuesday. own honest getting than lazy ( their Carranza and retire to private life in plate. heirs on the largo revenues left unto Tho Dardanelles. "Without tho tho United States. them. T. Fuller. Turks being awnro of the movement, The Stato Department does not The Way to Clean Lamp Classes. a great army has been withdrawn conceal its desiro to have Villa elimHere Is an excellent way to clean from one of tho areas occupied on inated. Without him tho revolution lamn classes: Hold them over a Jug NOT CANDIDATE IS TEDDV ROOSEVELT the Galllpoll Peninsula," says tho of bolllns water until they pro well' ls lu the North will certainly fall, dry! oMcIal announcement of tho with- -' believe. The intermediaries o steamed; theu polish with a Soft rag. This is a much easier way than j Chicago, December 21. Theodore drawn! of about 100,000 British said that tho plan was for tho re washing , a candidatethem, und tho .glasses very nnnsp..,,i, iR for troons from tho Suvla and Anzac tirement from the field of tho entire j rarely break. Littier tho Itonuhllcun or Prouress- - zones. Thus tho and Villa army. Ivo nomination for the presidency costly efforts of the French and Brit-- j is displayed by offMuch interest Hoarseness. ish forces to reduco the Dardanelles at this time. icials hero as to whether Villa will nc- As soon as you have any indica &nswm? This was tho message brought to forts nnd break their way through promise of immunity as a the by Mcdil. McCorm.ck, to Constantinople have como to an c.o odr eu Such inimunlt ILUJOIl USKe tuntf. ItTs would not protect him from prosecu- - squeezo out tho Julco and sweeten, former Progressive leader In Illinois, end. Tho British nnd French lines tion within tho United States on Take a teaspoonful every 15 mluutes who was closeted with tho Colonel- at tho southern extremity of GalliBell Telephone is the Big Ben of Business. Mr. Me- poll are protected by tho warships, for several hours Friday. until relieved. churgea of ordinary character. This denied nnd tho allied forces there aro In Ring up on the Bell. Cormlck also emphatically government has nothing on which a thnt lie attended tho E. II. Gary din- - sulllclent numbers to occupy the nt- And They Are "never-Populwill bo brought ngainst Villa, You may talk about dull times 'till you lose "Some men." said Uncle Eben, ner, In honor of tho Colonel, Friday tendon of largo Turkish forces which htit it is said Unit local officials at El breath but help matters, save would otherwlso bo transrorred to lnfio liavo information concerning al "has sech a superior way dat doy kin night in Now York. If you breath talk into Bell Telephone. "So far us I know, Colonel Itoose- - other operations, leged Irregularities In cattlo deals In make you feel as miffln' didn't have till lnii inn1 velt has done nothing to Indicate tin rltvllt tn IrllMK wrhlch Villa wa, involved and tliatj do iQ , Ring up old customers, then start on a fresh list mmi m.M Jt that ho will bo a candidate for tho EiiKlaud. David Lloyd-Oeorg11119 JUIKI'l "u lliuuu lliu uuato Ul iJiuo- to you." of prospects, there is no quicker way none for presl- - British Minster of Munitions, Republican nomination Acullon. or for tho Progressive nominu- - dared In the House of Commons last saves more time or expense. Secretary Lansing announced that Cause of Waterfall's Hosr. tion, either," said Mr. McCormlck. 'night that tho success of tho Allies Vllln had tho right to enter tho Unit- a Bell Telephone, get one now. If The roar of a waterfull Is produced per- - In tho war depended upon whether d States und would ho given tho almost entirely by tho burstlni; of mil- - "In threo Stntes ho refused to Call Business office for rates. mil his friends to put his namo upon organized labor would permit the same acuities oi doing so as nny.uons of nlr bubbles. Government to recruit enough men tho primary ballot." A dispatch to this foreigner. other Regarding the story that Roose- to operato tho munitions factories. Notice. nlfocl lias been sont to Gen. Funston, CUMBERLAND All parties having claims against velt's friends intended to stampede tho Setretury said, to bo dollverd to In The West. In tho western zono Republican convention in Chicadetho estato of Jumes W. Burden, the Villa. & COMPANY ceased, present them properly proven go in favor of tho former president, tho British front has been tho scene INCORPORATED laughed and said ho did, of heavy bombardments, both sides 111k Brother's Account. McCormlck within 30 days to PiuaifI liOX 119, OWENSliOHO, KY. not believe tho convention on Juno using tnoir uig guns ai ions rauK Jackson, Ky., Dec. 22. Pollco PHILLIP T. SMITH, Admr., ' 7 could bo stampeded. wus placed 2Ct2 In addltlou, engngemcnta between Judge John T. llludtuan Fordavlllo, Ky. 1 Austro-IIungarlaAustro-IIungarla: Vl Tex., Doc. 20. An agreement was reached and papers were bolng signed nt noon today whoroby tlio Villa faction In Northern Mexico concludes pence terni3 with the do facto government of Mexico. TJio conferenco was held between Mexican Consul Garcia and former lieutenant) of Gen. Francisco Villa ut the consulate In El Paso. Gen. Francisco Villa Is reported to be In Juarez. The signing of the peace agreement eliminates him from Mexican affairs. The agreement for the transfer of S00 Villa troops and all Villa territory lo the do facto government was signed by a delegation of Vlllista officials and generals, composed of Sylvestro Tcrrazas, Secretary, of State of Chihuahua; Gen. Manuel Banda, Gen. Roberto Union, Gen. Ysabel Rohles, Gen. Flaviano Pallza and Col. Eduardo Andalon, for Villa and Andreas Garcia for the de facto government of Mexico. The Villa brothers were not included In the agreement. It was be lieved by those attending the conference that the Villas may cross to the American side, their status to be HI PaBo, under n contempt charge by County Judge J. O. Craw, ford, his cousin by marriage. Judge Hlndman nrralgncd Alex Crawford, Jr., a brother of County, Judge Crawford, this morning on a charge, of contempt, It being alleged Hint Crawford tore up nn ulllilavlt which ho had previously made concerning violations o( the law. Judge ngainst u fine Hindman entered Crawford and sent him to Jail. Short ly afterward Arch Crawford, Jr., an other brother of the man in jnll, and also n Deputy Sheriff, appeared In Pollco Court with a summons for Judge Hiiiduian to appear in the County Court. When Judge Hlndman arrived witii his attorney, M. II. llollidny, n .sentence was entered sending him to. Jail for tiirre hours for contempt for delay in obeying the summons. A flno , of threo dollars was attached. Judge Hlndman paid upon the expiration of the three "awful" hours, as he expressed It. In Jnll Tuesday . The Plays You Have Been Waiting for, and They are Truthfully Great! Star Theater HARTFORD FRIDAY, DECEMBER a The A Six-Reel f I' 94tl. Lupin production by Joseph Vance. Fortune Hunter Also Charles Chaplin, the one-re- el 99 greatest film comedian of the day, in a Essanay, "IN THE PARK." If you like thrills, emotional actine and arousinpr. realistic scenes, be sure to see these splendid pictnres. m Second Show, 9:00 p.m. MVWWOTKTM First Show, 7:00 p. m. Admission 20c Saturday, December 25tl "THE LION AND THE MOUSE." one-ree- - kMI.dfflK3MCTfaH3i Matinee - - 2:30 p. m. Also 7:00 and 9:00 p. in. Admission 20c. Lubin production by Charles Klein and Also Charles Chaplin in a 8 l Essanay Comedy Six-Reel A "By Ik Sea" Arthur Hornsblow. Interest is at its height in these two excellent productions. J ' rn " ! 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