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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1916. latest typo of big destroyers which are hero ranged In great battalions with steam up. They are very fast, somo of them making 37 or' 38 knots and oven touched 42 knots on a measured mile, while all of them regularly do 35 knots on regular service. Lying outside' of them aro tho ubmarlncn of tho D and E typo, tho latter being seagoing craft of great radius which aro now making distant unsca voyages to the Baltic and tho Dardanelles. The smaller D boats havo tho trim outlines of an clght-oare- d racing shell, but the big now ocean rangers are bb ugly as some submarine monster, with a aeol fin running foro and af and a camel's hump amldship for a deck. One of tho commanders pointed out their fine qualities. "They can Btay under water for 72 hours," he said, "yes, three days, without any Inconvenience to tho crew from lack of air. The D boats are good for runs of 24 hours under water, but tho E boats mako 72 hours just as easily. During these long deep water runs they thread their way through tho Skagerrak or skirt around Tcnerlffe and past with as much ease under water as if afloat. "The direction and proximity or distance from land, are all determined with mathematical accuracy by the science of navigation, and the steering goes on as easily under water as above. There are many famous sea fighters among the destroyers, Including tho Lance, which helped to 'sink the Koonigln Lulse off Harwich and was in tho Helgoland battle. In fact, all these ships had seen battle service unless they had Just come from tho yards, and the Arethusa's men were proud of the fact that she had gone from the ship yard Into a battle. "Yes," Bald ono of her officers, "wo got out of tho yard on a Saturday; wo were In tho fight Wednesday and bad sunk a battleship, and we wero back in the yard again by next Saturday. How Is that for a re- No. 28 first year or two it would succeed becauso of tho enthusiasm over s new thing, but after tho novelty wears off it would fall. 3, The present standing army Is below tho authorized strength be' causo the men aro not available. The army offers no attraction for them compared with civil life. 4. The country does not need a largearmy because it Is not approach' able by a large invading force. Sep arated from Europe and Asia by two great oceans, no nation would under' take to attack the United States' if protected' by an adequate navy and coast defenses. 5. Coordination of military forces', now available standing army, mllf-t- la and reserves would bo adequate police power, and that Is all the country wants of an army In time of peace. Useless army posts should be abolished and troops stationed where they are needed. 6. A large army would be unnecessary expense at a time- - when the treasury shows a deficit. SPECIALIST TELLS HOW TO FIGHT THE GRD? Washington, Jan. 10, Assistant Secretary of Commerce Sweot today" published suggestions of Dr. Robert H. Babcock, of Chicago, a noted blind specialist in heart and lung diseases, with references to the grip epidemic which is sweeping over the country. Dr. Babcock says the germ that is responsible for the nationwide illness Is not grip, but a modification or strain ot the pneumonia germ, and his recommendations follow: Keep regular hours, get sufficient sleep, keep the feet dry and avoid everything tending to impair the general health or weaken resistance. Keep away from people who are coughing and sneezing. For their own good as well as the safety of others they should be Isolated In a room. Spray your - nostrils and throat , night and morning with a weak aatl- - ' septic solution. Borolyptol diluted .with three parts of water will serve this purpose and may be used both as a wash for the nose and gargle for the throat. If you get this infection, stay la bed. Take plenty of bicarbonate of soda, water and fruit Juices, and do not go out so long as the infection persists In nose and throat, or so long as you have any temperature. well-ventilat- ed :f ' a GET FIRST VIEW OF NAVAL BASE 30URNALIBT8 TAKEN TO SPOT WHERE BRITISH FLKET STANDS GUARD, JAPANESE IN SOUTH AMERICA POPULATION OF JAPAN DOUBLES EVERY THIRTY OR FORTY YEARS. Japanese are sifting into South Am- SHIPS BATTLE-SCARRE- D MANY SETTLE IN PERU .Oniccr Gives Details of the Fight In Which Dlucchcr Was Hunk. Festivities At Lima Draw Atten tion to Their Significant Progress. Lima, Peru The festivities of the Japanese colony in this city on the occasion of the Mikado's coronation havo prompted the West Coast Leader to discuss at considerable length the place the Japanese have made of for themselves In this section South America, and the larger place they seem destined to fill In the near Following the hour of tho coronation, a military band played the Japanese national anthem In the Zoological gardens, with the populous Japanese colony crowding among the Dalms u k i? London, Jan. 8. Undor escort of officers assigned by the admiralty, a correspondent of tho Associated Tress and a party of foreign Journalists, recently wore given the first opportunity to visit one of tho great 'sww, 3fl'royers and submarines are for tho watch over tho ",Nth Sco and from which point submarines are sent big, ocean-goin- g on forages to tho Baltic and the DarseesBbled future. danelles. It waa an Imprcsslvo sight of power and alert readiness, with long lines of battlo-scarro- cd d ' k. IT .. cruisers stretching seaward and 3ieaded by the famous Arethusa, back of them a vast flotilla of destroyers, ihen a countless numbor of submarines, of tho latest D and E. typo, which have recently performed such brilliant work from tho Dardanelles to tho Dosphorus and throughout the Baltic Sea. The day was typical of tho rigors tho British fleet is now experiencing In tho North 8ea with rain pelting the sailors in oilskins, and tho wind cutting tho sea into foam and sea gulls everywhere. The Uttlo Ashing village on tho coast had been transformed by tho war Into a vast naval rendezvous with storo houses stretching a half mllo, prepared to an armanda and send It back to sea cord?" . within two hours of Its arrival. Hero also wero tho "mother" ships Tanging In long lines along tho LOOT RECOVERED quay, ready to receive back their .fighting chjldren each tlrao they IN YOUNGSTOWN came, from a raid or a battlo. The huge establishment was vibrating jvlth onorgy, and In the harip K li I 1 r f u y V w; r r Ps"a l engine affectionately, as If tit wore Ula child, as, in truth, It has been sinco ho sunk tho Bluecher, Scars of battlo, were all over tho ship, which tho officers pointed out the pride that a Heidelberg student displays when he exhibits his wounds. A deck gallery amidships Tiad been entirely shot away, a shell having exploded lu It. This has been rebullt.One dent in the side armor was pointed out as washbowl. The upper n ranUterallv DeDDered with Wt the scars 'were 'now me-lanl- te from their work; hydroaeroplanes wero maneuvering from tho deck of their craft and black smoko from the funnels of tho. cruisers and destroyers told of their readiness to dash out to sea after an enemy craft Tells of Sea Battle. The Arethusa and tho light cruls-r- r squadron had just returned from scouting along the German coast In search of a a or man fleet which was :sald to have ventured out from tho IClol Canal. Nothing had been seen of tho Germans ships and tho British officers tho same who had now .received their stars In tho famous fights under Vice Admiral Sir Davo IBcatty wero deslaive at tho Idea that tho Germans would venture forth. Ono of the officers was tn command of the torpedo tubes when they fired tho deadly missiles which struck tho German cruiser Bloucher and sent her reeling to the bottom in tho great fight of last January. o tubes Ho pointed out those nnd told how they had worked. 'First wo let go that ono." ho said, "and then this one. It was this ono that hit tho Bloucuer amidships. Sho waB lying off there about 1,500 yards. Tho thing that Impressed me after wo hit her was tho deathly stillness. It was terribly still until the- great bjg ship throw tip her bow, turned clean over and sank." "Yes, this Is the ono that did It," g .and he patted this terrible, selt-sam- bor mlno sweepers wero coming back - death-dealln- m d B, ma-strai- n with twe-lnc- h mi&& B G.t.TFi.Li.ul ou im.li Ihjjejj'Ow weat aje4'rd the u fH rlvlt- imuvj "-'''- -" ever. of tho Rising Sun. Afterward, there wero public exhibitions of characteristic Japanese sports wrestling and fencing the bamboo sticksThe Jap anese consulate held a reception, and In the vening a display of fireworks In the Plaza Zela was followed by, a dinner given by leading members of the colony, The part so far played by the Japanese on the west coast'of South America, says the Leader, has been the work of the small compared-wlt- h great occidental nations, but the little that has been accomplished in recent years is significant of larger things to come. Tho Toyo Risen Kalsbar tho Japanese steamship line, first begun operating Its vesspls to this 'coast in 1905, and continued on an Irregular itinerary for threo years. From 1908 to 1910 tho service was suspended, but was renewed tho latter year and has sinco been maintained continuously with noticeable Improvements Threo steamers are In service at present, affording tho only regular OF GREAT VARIETY steamship service between west coast CONSISTS OF MERCHANDISE "WORTH ports, San Francisco, Honolulu and the far East. MANY THOUSANDS. The number of Janpaneso Immigrants in Peru at present totals more Youngston, O., Jan. 11. Thou- than 6000, largely workers on the sands of dollars' worth of loot, seiz- sugar haciendas along the coast or ed by rioters In East Youngston dur- merchants In Lima and other cities ing tho wild scenes of last Friday and towns. The immigration businight and early Saturday, have been ness is In tho hands of two Japanese city. recovered by the military and police, companies with offices In. this With the more intensive developand present a collection of almost everything found tor salo In a small ment of the coast regions of Peru, and more especially the montana retown. gions, It is axiomatic fhat immigraFour cash registers, two phono- tion must be called upon to fill up graphs, 40 trunks, 12 suit cases, 40 huge gaps in population which bushels of potatoes and 85 sacks of the today leave by far tho greater part reflour were anion g the things first of the country barren and uninhabitcovered. Then the military found 300 cartridges, somo of them made into ed. Where Peru will turn for these Imvery fair dum-dubullets, and 125 migrants remains to be seen, buUit bottles of catsup, spices, coffee and a fact worth knowing .that practea; sevon bushels of apples, 150 is tically tho only foreigners who have onloaves of bread, two bushels of thus far made a success of colonizaions and 40 dozen boxes of matches. tion 'in tho montana aro the hundred Wearing apparel appealed particu- or more Japanese now settled along larly to tho rioters, and tho military thereaches of tho Madre de Dlos unearthed 102 suits of clothes, 300 river In southwestern Peru. Brought coats, 800 pairs of troupers, 50 pairs Into the country several years ago of overalls, 2,200 pairs of gloves, by the now defunct Inca Rubber pairs of shoes, 1,112 suits of un- Company, they have settled In the derwear, 2,100 neckties, 3,000 pairs tropical forest regions and solved of Bocks, and 300 collars. the question of the high cost of livThe soldiers also recovered 112 re- ing by laying out their small plantavolvers, 407 of assorted knives tions along tho rivers and raising sIzob, 25 razors, 25 gold and silver tholr own foodstuffs, rice, sugar cane watches, 25 rings, 24 pairs cuff links On the Madre de and vegetables, . and 36 watch fobs. Dlos they have brought tho price of There was a vast amount of'othor rlco down from 1 sole--t15 centa-vo- s material stolen, much of which the per pound. authorities believe they will never It was this high cost of living, be able Jo locate. both in tho Peruvian and Brazilian rubber regions that sounded the, Roosevelt Declines. doom of wild rubber, and all auMinneapolis, Mich., Jan. 8. Wil- thorities on the subject agree that liam T. Coe of Mlneapplls announc- the renaissance of the Industry deed at a meeting of local Progressives pends wholly upon the Introduction today the receipt of the following of Immigrants who will "go to the letter from Col, Theodore Roose- soil" for their food. With vast spaces velt tn reply to a question whether la the temperate reglgns of North the colonel would agree to his name America, South America and Ausbeing placed xon the Minnesota Re- tralia still unpeopled, It will be many publican presidential ballot, years before any great stream of "I cannot consent to have myname European Immigrants can be directfiled in say primaries. What I am ed Into the tropical and trying to do is to fight tor straight-o- ut regions of the Anason basin. I am not con Brazil, therefore, has already turn- Amerleanlsm. cerned whatever with any individual, aA tn To nun for tiar aunnlv. and .... lboth on the east and west coasts m 1,-6- 30 sub-tropic- al i- under the fluttering banners erica in increasing numbers. Discussing tho subject in his book, "South of Panama," Professor Ross of tho University of Wisconsin recalls tho following: "When, you havo filled up Korea and Manchuria,' I said to Count Ok-uin Toklo tho day after the annexation of Korea, 'whither will the increaso of your pcoplo go? Your population tends to double every 30 or 40 years, and Japan Is crowded.' Will you not bo obliged to quarrel a with with Franco for England for Australia, or with the United Statos for the Philippines?' No replied tho veteran statesman; 'South America, especially the northern ( part, will furnish ample room for our surplus." "Provided that no barrier bo Interposed," continues Professor Ross, d Asia, "to the inflow from It Is well, within tho bounds of probability that by the qlose of this century South America will be the home of 20,000,000 or 30,000,000 of of orientals or the descendants orientals! To predict this in 1915 Is certainly less rash than it would have been to predict In 1815 that before tio close of the nineteenth century a slnglo country in North America would receive nearly of Europeans, and that In 1900 the surviving Immigrants, wlth-thel- r would number descendants, more than 31,000,000! This, how-ove- r, Is precisely what has occurred. Indo-Chlnman-stifle00 CONGRESS NOT ENTHUSIASTIC ADMINISTRATION'S ARMY BILL NOT LOOKED UPON WITH FAVOR. WILL BE IHARD TO PASS Congressmen Find Country Objects To Forced Military Training. Washington, D. C. If the senti ments expressed in private by influential members of Congress, both Democrats and Republicans, are a fair indication of the way the wind Is blqwlng, tho administration is not going to have the easiest time put '.V COL. ROOSEVELT SENDS MESSAGE TELLS PROGRESSIVE COMMITTEE WHAT HE BELIEVES COUNTRY REALLY NEEDB. Chicago, Jan. 11. A telegram from Cal. Theodore Roosovelt at today's meeting of the Progressive National committee emphasized the need of preparedness, not alone In material ways, but of the. soul and spirit and declared that the crying need .Is for a "sound Americanism, which shall Insist that every man within our borders shall be an American and nothing else. "Thorough going preparedness," the message said, Is the best guarantee of any honorable peace. When tho National committee met here today for the purpose of selecting a time and place for holding tho national convention, Chicago, where the birth of the party occurred In 1912 appeared to be the unanimous choice for the placo for holding the convention In the week' of Juno 7. The Republican National convention will be in session at the same time, in tho same city. Progressive party leaders havo made reservations for 800 hotel rooms and have options on the audi torium theater and orchestra hall tor the week oWune 7. This was disclosed In connection with the plan to hold tho party's national convention simultaneously with the Republican convention. Forty-si- x of the 48 states aro represented and 150 leaders of the party are here to attend the committee meeting and conference. Geo. W. Perkins, chairman of the executive commltteo of the Progre3slvo party who was host last night at a banquet to members of the commltteo in an leaders of tho Readdress said-th- o publican party are "speechless tn our ting through its preparedness program. There probably will not be much difficulty in passing reasonable navy and fortification bills, but it will not be a simple matter unless Indications are decidedly misleading, to put through the army bill. iSenators and representatives 'appear unable to arouse enthusiasm over the proposed continental army, Especially is this true of tho Democrats, who are opposed on general grounds to a large standing army of any kind or anything that looks like militarism. Besides entertaining decided views on the question themselves, they have begun to hear from home the church societies, farmers' granges and other groups are sending In petitions and resolutions opposed to the army plans, and the representatives in Congress are bound to heed this sentiment from their states when they come to vote on the bills. They want to support the administration, but they appear outspokenly prepared tp desert the leaders In 'this phase of the prepared ness program unless it Is modified --- v I?, n 4 , ,51 a country's crisis," and that the Democratic party has 'utterely failed In vision, " In courage, and in patriotism," J, W McGrath, secretary to Col. xRoosevelt, is hero and was in con ference with party leaders before the committee wont into session. EIGHT KILLED BY EXPLOSION IN DUPONT POWDER PLANT Philadelphia, .Jan. 10. At least eight' persons aro reported to have been killed In an explosion at the Bocher plant of the du Pon( Powder Company at Carney's Point early today, The steamer Longbeach, which was Just leaving its dock, was blown partly out of the water. All Its windows were broken and part of the cabin waa smashed! None of the passengers, however, are believed to bayo bean hurt. The force of the explosion was so great tnai u was miles heanLjln this city, twenty-fiv- e distant. considerably. "Most of the members on our side seem very passive on the whole program," said one of the leading Democrats in discussing the situation. "They seem to bo sorry that the President has raised tho preparedness question at all, but since It has been raised they want to support the administration in any reasonable way. They aro not ready' to go to extremes, however, and show little enthusiasm over any of It. I am speaking of the most of the mem bers on our side of course there 'are some radicals who would vote for anything that could be proposed in the line of military and naval Increase, and still others, men, who go to the other extreme but the ones who represent the most votes In both houses, I think, wish the question had never como up." The member who said this Is himself In favor of substantial navy increases, and also of some form of strong military system In the country he is, in fact, an admirer of the German military system, so he docs not voice these opinions out of any desire to find conditions as ho pictures them. To put the matter in a nutshell, a feeling seems to pervade Congress that the country Is willing to strengthen the navy and better the coast defenses but not willing to impose military training upon the citizens; that the country is willing to spend a good deal of money, If necessary, to buy ships and guns and tho material mines and munitions for war but not willing to plant the seeds of war In the thought of Ammilitary erican boys by Imposing training in the schools and colleges. Buy all the steel and powder and material things that are necessary, they say, so long as you leave the boys alone. The country Is not ready, they contend, for the President's army of 400,000 "disciplined citizens" proposed In his recent mes-sag- o the "citizenry trained and accustomed to the use of arms" ds proposed in his message, of a year ago, The main arguments against tho army plan, as heard in private conversations with senators and representatives during the recess, may; be summarized about as follows 1, Any approach to militarism in the United Sfatea Is unpopular- army, 2. No volunteer citizen scheme would succeed, because tho men oould not be paid enough to attract them from private life. The peace-at-any-prl- A "i I" DENVER BREWEfcS OVT QP T WORK HOLD MASS MtfETYN'O Denver, Jan. 10. A mass meeting and later a demonstration on the State Capitol grounds was held here today by several hundred people representing persons unemployed as a result of prohibition. Resolutions were presented Gov, George A. Carlson by a committee headed by William Koch, secretary of the Brewery Workers Union asking that an extra session of the Legislature be called to devise means of furnishing employment tor those deprived of their positions. Gov. Carlson suggosted today that a list be furnished the State Industrial Relations Commission stating how many were unemployed and the naturo ot work desired. Tho demonstration ended with a parade. Banners reading: Wet or dry, wo must have work or we'll know why," wore carried. The Denver Labor Council recently estimated tho number of persons thrown out of employment thru prohibition In Denver and those dependent upon them at five thousand. rv i ELECTRIC LINE BETWEEN WESTERN KENTUCKY TOWN Morganflold, Ky Jan, 8. In a petition presented to the fiscal court and signed by R- - B. Anderson of Memphis, Tenn., and G. L. Drury, of this city, they propose, if right-of-wa- y is granted by the court, to ereet and maintain an electric, .standard-gaug- e, trunk railroad betweea Morganflold and Unlontown, and it will bo In operation within twelve months. They ask the rlght-ef-wa- y along tho main thoroughfare, new In operation, between these poiate. concessions In regard to what haul- - '' lng the county nay have. It was also said, but not by petition, that In the event ot Its ereetlea a Una to Bturgts aai" alTte Hea-- r dersoa wilt be built. , it " '- For this grant they agree to wake -i it r 4Mlfi tumkm . J ' 't i . ; Washington by a committee of mln dened with drink, ran wild, killed, lng men. looted. Will MEXICANS KILL plundered, destroyed, Many telegrams have come from J the Mr. Editor of tho Trlbun6 now Chihuahua City from managers of h PoatottK section he says Is annex Ohio to the OnUrti iecorJln to Uw t eron.l unworthy 17 AMERICANS mining, crows, otatlug that they were mUii.II tnattrot th Tti'lfoM.-Kj- .. of being n part of the counreturning to tjjo border. Is always so ready- - to try which she In the midst of tho excitement, defend? Editor ALLISON .1. HARNETT writers should let TAKEN FROM TRAIN, LINED UI General Manuel M. Medlnlevlntla, Dut Southern ESTILIi HARNETT, Associate Editor him up now. It Is time to quit. The Villa's former chief of staff, susOX TRACK AND SLAIN MY pected of Implication In the killing of this lnersectlonal resurrection FIRING SQUAD. Address all coimmuntcatlons of Peter Keane, near Madero recentfeellnst broods no good. This editor, ly was arrested and held In tho city The Hartford Kepubllcan. us unworthy, Is licked who deemo j Jail on a charge of vagrancy. and tho people of Kentucky and the l 3yjLfFStj$T" jjfiKKy rfe tFzfy'ts It was reported from Juarez that NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS soum nave looiieu MURDER STIRS CONGRESS remainder of the Uj pitwriwnl to n new Carranza troops had been dispatchdaifUn-llrln on with delight. Jdr uimt Klvo the oM ldrJ In making the ed to Chihuahua City to bring the -- vI bodies of the victims to the border. Rest Assurance. The Count rj's Speeches Made In Houie ami t Bnlnn Locnl ml Xntlcn JOc per line nml 5o ...., Wl.ot tlita pnlintrv npPflft la Illlo- - Wnr Another report said government per llsefor eiwti mlilltloDiti imeru.iu. Mim Senate Calling For forces had been sent in pursuit of Obl:unrle, nMolutlonan.lCur.!ofTbnk8c nnnte prntectloni nnd We must haVO .Action. per line oonejr in. lOtamH. tho Villa bands In Western Chlhua- it In order to hold the foreign trade -- hlch the present Impetus has given i"a- ?"TmT;FH!l Confirmation of tho shooting of in receive no ug. Unless we have this Protection, iaonTmotw ruHiniuutoniioa f2. Official Maurlco Anderson, a clerk, was Washington, Jan. tlenttnn we shall see ourselves sliding down to tho by bands returning from 'the commercial scale like a small Chihuahua, Mexico, dispatches bodies Sonora. It was this order that Is bebig toboggan on a long slick state department say that the boy on a of seventeen Americans shot by Vil- lieved to have resulted In tho death hill. .................. C3 S"Mjaaro la business, nnd every la bandits, arrived at Chihuahua last recently of Peter Keanc, bookkeepBusiness man in business Is trying to do tho nieht. Customs Collector Cobb at er of the Hearst Interests, near Madinvcstlga FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11. era, Chihuahua, at tho hands of Vil best he can for himself. Nations El Paso reported that his tlons seemed to establish that six la bandits. do not differ. A lame Tariff Is a degreat menace to a country; a prop- teen had been killed. Tho state Another' version of tho cscapo of For President 1916 partment bellevd Cobb's Information T. II. Holmes was received late toerly adjusted Tariff Is a country's W. FAIRBANKS, CHARLES " day by officials of tho Mexican Northbest assurance of continued prosper- accurate. of Indiana. Secretary Lansing today telegraph- western railroad In a message from ity. Let us profit by the conspic uous example of Germany and see ed Carranza calling for prompt pun- officials at Chihuahua. It follows: One good thing about tho Euro- I to It that the Fre-Trabogy gets a ishment of tho bandits. It was ar'T. II. Holmes, a member of tho pean war It may furnish some not- smash In the solar plexus and every ranged to bring the bodies from Chi- party, who escaped, said tfiat the IT PAYi5 To BUY PROM US AT ALL TIMERS, ed generals after whom to name our otherwhere that will knock It out. huahua to Juarez today. train was boarded at 4 o'clock yesBECAUSE WE ALWAYS 5ELL GOOV STVTr , bulldogs. The question of what steps the terday morning by 28 armed MexiDayton (O.) Journal. . United States will take to secure cans at kilometer 6S. According to AND CHARGE YOU dtf ST WHAT IT WORTH It peace In Europe would Bring EXGLAXD RECOGNIZES satisfaction for the slaying of Amer- Holmes, the foreigners in the group out the Pankhursts we are for war, -THE NEED OF TARIFF icans, depends upon tho development were ordered to alight. Holmes hid war, war. Even tho It be as Sherof facts. in tho lavatory. From his hiding big man said. Advices received by Major General place ho watched his companions be The British government's attempt I to establish -- Scott, chief of the army staff add at ing stripped by bandits. They then ,.. ... . the manufacture of dye..t 6 ti has fa,led becaus0 manufac-pl-y the state department Indicates that ordered them to march toward the fs the grip to one who has it. He WINTER GooDJ OUT WE WANT TO GET caP,tal w,th' at least. 16 Americana were killed. west. Holmes descended from the can't appreciate it no matter turers refuse t0 lm out a P,eUse of Protection against The official lists do not, however, train and escaped in the dark'ness. OF OUR JTORE. how much class to the wit. After the war contain the name of Murray Crossett, German competition. In a tew moments he heard shrieks u.5e Speaking of seeing things. Won- - ' we shall see our newly established of San Antonio, who Is'also report- Immediately followed by n fusillade of shots in the direction taken by the der what that Louisville stock man plants for the manufacture of syn- - ed slain. thought when he opened the cattle thetlc dyes succumb speedily to for At the state department and white Americans and their captors. elgn competition unless they aro ad- House anxiety over the affair Is not in Dispatches from Chihuahua city car door and saw four buffaloes. equately Protected. being concealed. Administration sen today states that the bodies of the "Now that peace has been declared England, although it Is a Free-Tra- ators are Inclined to discourage victims were enrouto to Jaurez, opcountry, has been quick to hasty utterances or action. "between the Federal League and orposite here. ganized base ball and with the Re- recognize the necessity of a Tariff Mining men here last night, disAs soon as senate assembled Senpublicans and Progressives holding during the present straits of that na- ator Sherman, Republican, Introduc- cussing the tragedy, emphasize In a little flirtation William J. Bryan tion. It has Imposed duties of thirty-t- ed a resolution proposing Interven- part that the activities of Gen. Villa threatens to bring about a disa- hree and a third per cent on tion In Mexico by the United States had been unimpeded for some time strous break In the Democratic clocks, watches, plate glass, musical and six Pan American nations, unless In the Gurrero dlttrlct, where he ranks. Stop 'em if you want to Instruments, innvllltr ttlcture films.. Carranza compiled with the demand commanded a territory of rich coun0 Ford, we've always got something hats and other headwear, all of them t0 protect foreign lives and prop- - try along the lines of the Mexican INCORPORATED. interesting on our bank. made, to some extent, in the United ertyi Northwestern railway. Added to the reports of military Kinguora, uesiaes neavier uuuua uu I Wlttimit rilarusatnn the resolution SALUTE, YOU GREASERS! tea, coffee, gasoline and many other was referred to the foreign rela- opposition to the do facto governSixteen Americans have been mur- - articles in ordinary use not produced ment by growing bands of former ilnitAil In Itfavlnn Caitoln n' T nnclnff there. This war revenue Tariff In tions committee. MV.V..WVU.J u.ieu m of senators spoke Villa troops, Is the apparent suppresLater a number has sent a protest to Gen. Carranza, cldentally gives British manufnptur genator GaUlngcr deciarcd that tho sion of, or lack of news of ailltary man recognized by the admlnis- - erg 0f BUCU articles a substantial the waltln" had movements. tratlon as being able to cope with measure of Protection, and the Tar passed, Senator Stone agreed with of Gen- - Villa The whereabouts tho American Ambassador at Lond the situation in that are Galllnger's general Idea. Senator still Is definitely not known here, Iff reformers Protectionists LATEST WAR NEWS don has delivered a protest td tho republic. Yes, actually going to pro- active In the Interest of Protection. Is believed still to be in the Borah Indicated that many previous but he British Government regarding Uio test, and if convenient we would like Trenton (N. J.) State Gazette. smothered by the Guerrero dfslrl,ct. killings had been detention, and censoring of mall from for those murderers to be severely e Almost Immediately after the first Monday. state, department ,and if the "lid tho United States to European neupunished. Carranza, like every oth- THE FIRST BILLS ARE said ft would not news of the rafd was received a cenOn Giilllpoli. Tho compttto evac- - tral countries comes a report, that were taken off" he er president Mexico has had since INTRODUCED IX HOUSE bake the people very long to decide sorship was imposed on the wires Be- I uatlon of tho Galllpoll Peninsula by tho 'British seized at KlrkdaU 1S5 the passing of Diaz, is Incompetent tween Juarez and Chihuahua city by the British aad French forces Is an- - bags of parcel post bound from New" what to do. to cope with tho situation. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. action It.........! tuMMiTlni. tn Mux ilftrMfll York for Urgeu, Norway. W niw In the house Representative Dyer, the Carranza officials.. This lWVUfrlUlb IjUUUUCU. While this dastardly "crime was were announced In the house Republican, Introduced a resolution was taken, It was said "until the ilBrltish statemnat, ono soldier wound not committed by the adherents of today and, following It the first bills calling on expc-ta'o- n In the president to Inform story could be verified from official ed was the only casualty Buffered, in EnKluml. Tho Carranza, we must look to him as . nclc mil UUIIVVU 111 1MV .V...-- . M. .....-- . congress If It were not about time to Mexican sources."" the withdrawal' and tho Brltiuli and London Is (Hat the Government's and an recognized president of Mexico for These Include an anti-lobb- y According to the brief messages 'Ftench were able to reinovo nil tfcelr Military Compulsory Bill will 'meet the policy of "watchful abandon antl-nas- s settlement, we couia reuetu bill. received here, the train bearing the guns except seventeen old ones which with little opposition ou Its passago waiting." .We have al- Representative Greene Introduced of this responsibility. Everywhere the situation displaces Americans was stopped by tho ban- were destroyed. A dispatch from through Parliament; John Redmond, troops to pass through our a bill to amend the constitution so "lowed his the submarine controversy and every dits at kilometer 63r about 50 miles Constantinople says tho retirement leader of tho Nationalists, has told territory. Perhaps he would grant as to permit the state superintend- other foreign question, but no Indi- west of Chihuahua. The mining men was the result of a. violent battlen fn Parliament that his party would uotj. -If not, we ent of public Instruction to be el- cation Is given that the administra- were taken from tho train, robbed, whfch tho Allies suffered huge losses, us the same privilege. further oppose tho bllL. might take it. There are several igible for tion plans, for the present, to do stripped naked and lined up along that nlno guns wuro captured ami "hundred Texans ready and eager to Another measure offered by Rep- more than look to Carranza to sup the cars for execution. Holmes, It that an enemy vessel with troops T&tr&dayv avenge this outrage. Turn them resentative Greene provides that any press outlaws. Is said, was on tho extreme end of was? sunk. England. The Cumrcrfption Bill They'll get person or firm guilty of violating any loose, Mr. President. As the firing squad dehas passed Its second, reading In the El Paso. Texas, Jan. 12. With the line. took those baudits, and most likely some- of the laws, regulating the sale of England. The British battleship)' British House ot Commons without w expected arrival hero today oC tailed by tho bandit leaders Ihe flag Intoxicating liquors, shall forfeit one will be glad to salute the positions, It is reported, Holmes VII struck a mine anit division of a vote) on a. motion to rethe bodies of the 19 foreigners, 16 when they are through. their license and shall not be grant- or 17 of whom are Americans, exe broke away and fled Into the desert sankV within a short time, but alE ject tho bill showed tho opposition &. ed another license to sell Intoxicat his life. His feet and obdy, cut tho members of tile crew 777 menu bad dwindled toxinljrtlilxty-nlnc- . cuted by former Villa soldiers Mon for bleeding, FIRST CURE YOURSELF. from stones and sharp were-saveing liquors. Jurisdiction to hear despite--a heavy sea, saysd Yzabel, 50 miles from and Several months ago the editor of I Dimli nrneoDHlnrrQ to the day near San In leven cactus, ho ratt" without looking back an Admiralty anuuuKcemcnt. Greece. French troops havo been of the trag the Chicago Tribune took the whole judge of tne Franklin circuit court. Chihuahua City, details longer heard tho whistle landed on tho Greek Island ot Corfu eagerly awaited by hun- until ho no edy were South to task and held it respon-- l pass htm or tho sound of A thlrd bm that waS offered by Htola. Considerable fighting li.' and have raised tho French flag on men and others for- of bullets slble for a lynching that occurred t Representatlve Greene declares that dreds of mining He succeeded In reaching still going on at Czartorysk, on the.--' tho German Emnxor.a Yflla, Achlllc-lo- n. affairs In firing. In a small town In Georgia. All L,. Diaces where Intoxicating liquors merly active In Industrial Numerous warships uro cruisTelegraph office friendly Indians, It is reported, nnd Russian front, where the Teutons to Chihuahua. Southern papers aeuounceu me lyn- nre manufactured.sold or given away Northern Mexico. have twice been repulsed with con ing in tho waters, around Corfu and of Information was aided back ching, as It should have been de- In violation of the law are nuisances nnd other sources Tho first news of tho bandit raid siderable losses In attempting to re- preparations are. reported to bo unthroughout the night through a cryptic capture that town from tho Russians. der way for tho arrival of a portion nounced. But the Mr. Editor of tho and Imposes a fine of ?100, and im- wore crowded eager for news of the ex was received here Tribune was not satisfied with ad- prisonment In the county Jail for not with those telegram from Holmes to officials of Petrograd reports that tho Austro- -' of. tho Serbian nemy. imposed censorship dressing his remarks to tho com- less than 30 days nor more than six ecution. The smelterlng company, asking them havo been driven from shortly after the first news of the thenotify his wife that he had reach- Hungarians bank ocmunity in which the lawlessness to of tho middle Strips months for tho violation. the eastern Russian Front. Blttor fighting affair came through, shut off all but safe. River In East Gallcla. city and was curred. He took It upon himself to A bill of Representative Cook has broken out? along tho Bessara-blu- n of what had ed Chthuahua the bare announcement prevented from "bawl out" the South In general, j bC'L'ha IU UU1CHU mv vuon".".. Whether ho was front of (he Austro-Russia- n rltliip trnnliloa In Kentucky and her .i iin mpa nf sheriff transpired. sending further Information or supTurkey. Turkey, as a reprisal for line. Six attacks by tho Russians, acchecking up by tho Amen-m- n Final posed nows of the occurrence that alsister states as reasons why this sec- - Jn any county where a mob takes a of Consuls of tho Central" cording to tlm Vienna Btntement,, Smeltlnc and Refining company ready had reached El Paso is not tho arrest tion was unfit to bo a part of the prSoner from the custody of the Powers and their allies at Salontkt, wero ropulscd' "with heavy losses today showed 19 forof Its employes United States. Said it was uncivil- known. has tnkeu Into custody ten French ieriff or his deputies, for lynching, eigners unaccounted for. Twenty attacking forces. Ized and all that. senate, a resolution by jn the and British officials who had re-- 1 reported to have, been were NOTICE OF- - DISSOLUTION OF THE The editorial was not so well tak- - senator Overstreet was Introduced malned in embassies In Constantino-plColds Need Attention. only one of whom, Thos en, even In the North, as Its writer t0 request the state board of health on the train ROUGH IUVER OIL & GA CO. An Anistcrdara'dtfipatch says tho Internal throat and chest troubles II. Holmes, escaped. gen- might have thought. It had a Hartford Kentucky. Ntlcj is - produce inflamation, Irritation, spoil- Turks also havtj interned 1,000 sub-- . t0 fUrngn nn Itemized statement of According to Information rcacnhereby given that tho Rough River nine Southern hick and tho .Mr. Edl-- , ' alj donations, appropriations and Ing here, a special train bearing the ing or soreness and unless checked Jects of tho Entente Powers. I Oil & Gas Company, a corporation tor of the Chicago Tribune was the etft8 to lead to serious 0 forelcners and several Mexicans at onco are likely victim. Sluco then thero has been France. The German communi- uuder the; laws ot tho State of AriA resolution was Introduced to find City early the morn trouble. Caught in timo Dr. Bell's Chihuahua no peace for the denouncer of thejout wnn i,as become of the health loft loosens tho phlegm cation announces that tho Germans zona, Is dissolved by unanimous coning of January 10. It had hardly recapture of po- sent ot all ot Its stockholders and. we love so well. Many things , boarti probe. started by the last leg-haland Journey to tho mining and destroys tho germs which have havo completed tho started on Its tak board of directors. been brought home to him, for future. nose. It Is sitions on Hartmans-Wellerkocamp of Cuslhurlschlc, In tho west settled In tho throat or Thla December 23, 1015. every paper In tho South "arose with Tne house also had resolutions Pine is anti- en by tho French a few days boof Chihuahua, soothing and healing. part of. tho state Rough River OU & Gas Co. one accord." Only a few days after j nsi;ing that tho state examiner secure ern foro Christmas. tosoothing both when a band of Villa followers, said septic; honey Is M. L. HEAVRIN, Pros, tho editorial appeared a preacher tt. n8t 0 the employes of the state to have numbered 28, boarded tho gether possess excellent medicinal Wednesday, E. U. BARRASS, Soc'y. was lynched In the very outskirts und thelr salaries. , germs. Intralu and lined up tho, foreigners on qualities for fighting cold . mm The Austrlans are Montenegro. of Chicago. Other Incldeuts, one by , and a firing sist on Dr. Bell's the railroad tracks Help Your Liver It Pays. Women of Sedentary HublUt one, have been called to tho atten-- i 1 continuing relentlessly their invas18 of them. Holmes 25c. all Druggists. When your liver gots torpid and Women who get but little exercise squad killed Chicago Journalist to Montenegro and now havo ion of tlon of tho remaincon-i- n was bald to have escaped by prove we are not the worst people, are likely to bo troubled with captured the strategic position of your stomach acts queer, tako Dr. ing behind as his companions were But now comes the stlpatlon and indigestion and will Mount Lovcen, the guns of which King's New Life Pills and you will the world. cars. Just as tho I find Chamberlain's Tablets highly marched out of the Youngstown strike. dominated the Austrian naval and find yourself feeling better. They or firing squad raised their rifles, he military base at Cattaro. The fight- purify the blood, gtvo you freedom: Wo have had our lynchlngs, and beneficial. Not bo good as a three For Infants aad Cbildrea walk every day, but very fled along tho railroad track In tho ing in Montenegro continues all along from constipation, biliousness, diz other acts of lawlessness, all of four mile bow- - direction of Chihuahua City, which In U which we deplore, but when, In tho much better than to allow theCOIldi- the northern and eastern fronts of ziness and ludlgestlon. VrffcA-ftnight. he reached Monday . 1. . .- - . fine Just llko you want, to feel. Clear Always btw uuu, hna'nlo in rornnln In O. COnStlDated uisiury m .uo Qsiiitli moaern .1.1 the kingdom. A telegram asking that President tho the complexion too. a scene as occurred tlon. They are easy and pleasant C6c at drug-- 1 thero been such from Signature of Wilson demand full satisfaction 8ttW(. With the an- - Elsta. United the llttlo city of Youngstown, to take ana mosi uBrceuuio in m the Carranza government was sent to Friday niebtT Men mad- - Obtainable everywhere. Hartford Republican. 8l. .,"""' ......, 'ZJXT I r MOMS will jell OlR de .i ii t.-- 8Im-,8tuf- 7no more bun now we of olr good at any time. you for le ss money bundled because and de enjoy our .splendid thingj to wear, now while your money ha.s a come long reach and rig out the whole you yet have a long time to .. .... ., CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. '"' '"""o blood-staine- -- ' v.. "" 'jM King-Edwar- d - d i.., ...,, to-th- for-elen- o. . Plne-Tar-Hon- ey pf Plne-Tar-Hon- CASTOR A For 0vr30 Yrs Ohio, last :". &v&5 i I m 'r J.S' f10 'a I Di mes To the .Hoilse-Wiues Versos Dollars of Ohio CoUnty: ' . . you wanl to make your dimes do the work of dollars? If you do, we want to PUT, YOU NEXT, by saying to you that on Wednesday, the 19th, we expect Do to "PULL OFF" our BIG NINE CENTS SALE, which continues until Saturday, the 29th. You will receive later the Big Red and white Circular telling you all about it. Read carefully every word on it, also the supplement enclosed. No fake. Every article as adIf vertised, and every advertisecTar-ticl- e in stock. We shall expect you. Tell the news to your neighbors, and remember this, THAT IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Jki&Ca Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, DECEMIJEB II. Mr. McIIonry Holbrook loft Wednesday for Now York. Ho will leavo for London Saturday. Mr. C. P. Keown was In FordsvIUo this week where ho attended the funeral and a burial of a relative. Mis MaTiam Holbrook returned to Louisville Wednesday where sho of reentered tho Conservatory Music. M.,' H. & E. R. R. TIME TAULE, Rev. R. D. Bennett and wife have tooth Bound. No. 115 returned homo from an extended 8:45 a. m. I visit to their daughter, Mrs. Wilson, 'Due"at Hartford North Bound, No. 114 of Alabama. 5:55 p. m. Dneat Hartford Mr. J. Ney Foster loft Sunday for (Both "Mixed Trains.) ' Indlannpolls where ho will visit his mother a few days boforo returning goods. to Phillip, Miss. '"AVblg lino of canned The cold wave which struck Ohio Thomas' Grocery. county Wednesday night is most wol-coMr. W. S. Ambrose, route 1, was as It Is expected to check tho in town Wednesday. grip epidemic and high water. Mrs. E. W. Cooper returned to Mis Mary Austin Carson, accomNashville Thrursday. panied by her mother, Mrs. J. H. B. Mis Iorio Hedrlck Is visiting Miss Carson, left Monday for Louisville, where sho entered tho Conservatory Mary Laura Pendleton. his fam of Music. Capt, J. Q. Keown visited Hartford people who were up at ily from Friday until Monday. obZ. Wayno Grlflln and Miss 0 o'clock Wednesday morning Mrs. on tho sick served a large meteor paB over. It Mary Warren Collins are was said by those who saw it to diflist. fuse a glow of light that illuminatFor big bargains in Real Estate ed tho sky. Hartford, see Holbrook & Parks. Build a business of your own. Be 7" Ky. ' independent. Retail our Sanitary Mrs. Anthony Davis of "Louisville Brushes at Big Profits. For particuThomas was tho guest of Mrs. Emma lars address, last week. NORTH BRIDGE COMPANY, were Mr. and MrsTHlraui Miller Freeport, 111. tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ike Madam Grace Sunday. soprano; Alexander new prima donna Vernon Evans, a tlno ooy, is a Russian Violinist; Von Sklblnsky, arrival at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. and Harold A. Loring, planiste, form II. E. Mlccbko. a combination of entertainers that Mr, Ralph, of near town has rent- promises to highly please. Hartford C. P. College Lyceum Course, College Hall ed aud moved Into part of Mr. property. Thursday night, Jan. 20. Keown's Tho RlhrdaftePSIb'JnskTCorapany, Hon. a.B."LIkens, of Frankfort, attended tho Odd Fellows' banquet a raro combination of brilliant Musical talent, win eutortaln at College hero. Monday night. llehfrow, ol Liver-mor- o Hall next Thursday night, January Mr. Herman was tho guest of Mrs. Wedding 20, as tho fourth number of tho Hartford Collego Lyceum Course. family this week. nnd rec Mary Smith has returned to This company comes hero well Miss visit with ommended and it thero Is anything Fordsvlllo after a short in a name It should givo entire satis Miss Marlam Holbrook. faction, T..o fTn. Wedding, wife and The district meeting of tho Odd vv.. .lUBhter, have poen commu i days, Fellows was held at Castle Hall here Il.irllimtl)' Krister; several Monday night. Grand Master Virgil yesterday. ley L., II. Jfc ST. L. R. R. TIME TABLE. No. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 p.m. No. 110 due at Ellniltch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmitch .. 3:40 p.m. 5:35 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton 5:56 p.m. Lv. Irvington 7:40 p.m. Ar. Louisville Lv. Loulsvlllo .. 8:35 a. m No. Ar. Irvlngton ..10:00 a. m. Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. 1:04 p. m. . .An Ellmltch for anyCall Thomas' Grocery In the grocery line. A nice fresh stock to select from. Mr. Ernest Woodward will leave tomorrow for a ten days stay in Easton, Ky., on business. thing Ill ... San-derf- ur weresobt"M' iV P. Smith, of Somerset; Grand Secre- . .1 -r u. ciiiou, oi iiexingion, aim LASHED UNTIL HE (other prominent Odd Follows were SAYS NEGRO present. Delegations from Odd Fcl-!lolodges In most every town In the county were present nnd a big banquet was served for tho visitors. BUTLER CO. BLACK "TELLS OF POSSUM HUNTER RAID AT POULTRY WANTED. TRIAL OF GEO.HWEEZKR Will pay the following cnh prices delivered nt Hartford, Ky., Saturday, January in, 101(1, from 10 nNW. to Bowling Green, Ky Jan. 11. ft p. in. Hens, 11 cents; Rooilcrs Tho case of the Commonwealth old nnd young, fl cents; Ducks, 11 George Swcezcr, aged 45, a cents; Gccsc, 9 cents, Turkeys, 15 against farmer of Huntsvlllo, Butlef.county, cents, nnd Guineas IB cents each. charged with the alleged whipping of IMcose do not feed jour poultry on negro, 30, of Rochester, day of delivery. Babbits 91.00 per Jim Ray, a county, on Sunday morning, dozen. KpKs 'ft cents per dozen, Butler cash nt Hnrtford. l'lenso tell your November 8, 1014, was called for trial this morning before Judgo Mc- neighbors. Kenzie Moss lit the Warren Circuit nnor, w. n. & Court. Hnrtford, Ky. Tho Jury was selected at noon and Tho RlhcIdnffcrSil)lniky Compnny testimony was begun this afternoon at 2 o'clock, Ray, the defendant tesCo mln (j. Company tified that a large band of men camo Tho Rlheldaffer-Slblnlsk- y musical entertainers compose th6 to his home at the above stated time fourth number of the Hartford Col- and opened his front door by throwlege Lyceum Course. This Com- ing a cross tie against It. Two men pany will give a recital at College throw pistols In his face and he was Hall Thursday night, January 20. taken from his homo In his night blind-folde- d nnd led This number offers a rare treat for lo- clothes and was several hundred yards up the! road cal music lovers. and tied to a telephone pole, whero A he wag given about 150 lashes with Wlllnrd to Sleet Moran March 3. a strap, four Inches wide. He says New York, Jan. 12. Jess Wlllard, he was lashed until the blood came. world's heavyweight champion, and Ray said the, band accused him of Frank Moran have been matched having Improper relations with a to meet here March. 3 for a purse of white woman which ho denied by $15,00,0. saying, "I am innocent nndbcfore I Announcement of this was made a Ho on a white woman, I will y by Tex Rlckard, who promoted tell dio,v. Jeffries-Johnso- n fight at Reno, tho Denies Being in Raid. and who, with Samuel McCracken, Is Wlllard-Mora- n Silas Jenkins testified that he and bout. promoting tho an organization Tho preliminary agreement for Swcezcr Joined the match has been signed, and Wil-lar- d known as "The Amalgomated WorkIs now on his way hero with ers of the World in Joining the orJack Curley, one of his managers, ganization for the farmers and poor to sign tho final articles. Moran Is people and against the rich." Afteralready In town, and tho final meet- wards, he said, men from Muhlenberg County met with them. The ing will occur this week. witness said these men carried pistols, knives and halters. Poultry Wanted. These latter meetings were not Cnrlond of poultry wanted and Dundee, Tues- held in the schoolhouse where the will receive on car at day, Jan. 18th; Hnrtford, Jan. 10th, organization was formed, but were and Ccntertown, Jan. 20th, and will held in a grovo and the applicant pay the following cash prices: Hens, for membership was made to kneel lie per pound; Booster, Oc per in front ofc t.e "altar," consisting pound; Ducks, lie per pound; Geese, of a stack of revolvers, and upon 15c per which had been placed, a leather 10c iter pound; Turkejs, strap, switches and a halter. pound nnd Guineas, 20c each. Kneels and Takes Oath. guarantee tho above prices I will Kneeling, the candidate said, he and will pay more on loading das took tho oath and was told that the If the murkct Justifies. switches and leather strap were to O. T. O'BANXON. abe used by the members of the order In their work of regulation on MAKES 8000 MILE TRIP IX A BASKET tho outside, but that the revolvers and the halter1 "were for use on the Ind., Jan. 11. A Jour inside, that 'is, upon tho members Roselawn. ney of 8,000 miles in. a basket bed themselves who in any way betray ended Jiero today when C. C. Smith, their trusts.'' mining engineer of Natal, South AfYour Chance To Buy Groceries. rica, arrived, at the home of his parOther business Interests requiring ents. He suffered a broken back In a mine accident and is paralyzed my attention, I am offering my enfrom tho waist down, but neverthe tire stock of groceries to the public less will wed Mls3 Amy Palmer, an at actual cost. kSalo now in full English nurse, who cared for him In Bwlng and if you fall to drop in and a hospital in Cardiff, Wales and help- take advantage of, this opportunity you aro punishing your pocket book. ed bring him home. a companion were re Everything goes for cash. Smith and U. S. CARSON, in tho South pairing machinery Hartford, Ky. workings. A huge rock fell African killing his companion. At Smith's Cover Crops and Fertility. request tho company started him If every man who requires land home, appropriating $25,000 for the. surgical and other expenses of the for farming would ask "What is in trip. Tho Journey was broken at that land?" rather than "What can Cardiff, so that the Injured man I take off tho land?" ho would folmight receive special medical at- low safer methods for tho future tention and it was there that he met welfare of his land and himself. Iu Miss Palmer. Because of tho size of mercantile life a man cannot ditho basket In which Smith traveled minish his working capital without It was necessary to take out the Win stepping backward, Rather, he alms dows of a railroad coach to get him to increase it with a corresponding increase of profit. aboard the train. . At the end of tho year ho must have as much capital as when Resolutions of Respect. What he takes out are only Castle Hall, Rough River Lodge No, 110, K. of P., January llth profits. So with any of us. When we aro 1916. it has pleased our ready to begin planting, our soli Whereas, Heavenly Father to remove from the should be as rich or richer than the every farmer walks of life aud this Lodge, to the year before. Almost tries to put back something on his supreme Lodge on high, Bro. Q. M. Is done in Barnett, P. C. and K of R. & S., land. This replenishingwidely varyre- different ways and with of this Lodge, Therefore bo it solved that wo point with prldo to ing results. One farmer buys large quantities his life as a husband and father, as apgentleman, a neighbor, a of chemicals every spring and a christian plies nothing else with them. AnothCitipublic official, a public spirited er buys compost by the carload, uszen and a Knight of Pythias. Still Second: That bo bow our heads ing a little chemical fertilizer. crops, planting in sympathy with his another uses cover and hearts seagrief stricken loved ones and point them toward tho close of each consolation to Him who Is son; ho also uses some fertilizer. them for The first man is going the longa friend to the Widow and a Father est way round, and soil depletion to the fatherless. get thero first. Third: That a copy of trfese reso- will probably The second man is making a short bo spread upon tho minutes lutions success, but at the prices of this Lodge and mado a part of tho cut toward thereof, a copy be dellevered and condition of manure as usually records highly tor to Bro. Barnett'a family, a copy purchased he Is paying each of the local papers tho privilege, furnished Tho third man will get thero with for publication and a copy tbe foraggregate expenditure and warded Jto tho Kentucky Pythian for tho least the least waste of values. publication. To get abreast of this scheme of JNO. B. WILSON, soil Improvement Is a puzzling mat-tPIRTLE, J. R. to some. Most of us are so busy W. II. RHOADS, at tho time w,hen cover crops should Comlttee. : , ho planted July, August, and September thatj we cannot plow and prepare land anew. Tho time passes, , w . and with tho opportunity for the FOR FLETCHER'S growth of the soiling crop. But it I j 'Itary, ... A -- .- w mrii, ellis , - o this planting can bo done when tho LOUISVILLE nROKKR GETS ground Is mellow with cultivation , BUFFALOES LV CATTLE CAB g can bo done. This is how ono successful farmFoster H. Embry, well known er manages: After tho lost cultlva- - livestock broker, who was elected a tlon of each crop, ho scnltera tho director In tho Board of Trado last seed of the cover crop not later than Monday at tho annual nleetlng, had September 1st for any legume. This four big buffaloes "wished on him Is harrowed In with a harrow- -' yesterday In a shipment of cattlo toothed cultivator. The work of ' from Owensboro which nrrlved ot tho gathering the crop at maturity docs Bourbon stock yards over the Louls-ndestroy tho growth, and by win- - vllle, Henderson nnd St. Louis Rall-the has a substantial growth for road. I tho benefit of 'the soil. They are real buffaloes, tho kind This method is,good for all truck jthnt aro so common to Indian plc-asmall farms where Intensive cul- - tures, with high humps on their tlvntlon does not give time for tho shoulders, heavy manes nnd whls-lon- g crop rotations which those on kers around their muzzles, and fac- Beextcnslve tracts may practice. lal expressions of an old man confore beginning reconstructive meas- templating n curiosity. n ures on a farm, get tho ad Mr. Embry was seated in his office vice of your state agricultural ex a few minutes after tho shipment arperts, as well as of some progres- rived when Dietrich Raymond, yard- -' sive farmer, concerning the soil con- master at the Bourbon Stock Yards, sideration. You do not loso your rushed in and reported that ho had dignity by asking or writing for found four strange animals in a carcounsel. Tho best authorities do load of cattle. not claim to know all about every A large crowd of brokers and catproblem, and the exchange ot Ideas tlemen followed Mr. Embry to tho helps them tool car whero the buffaloes wero ldenti-'fle- d. Thruout the day tho animals Durocs For Sale. attracted unusual attention for they For $9 I will sell you a 5 months aro tho first of their species to find old pig that you can't buy from, tho their way into tho Bourbon Stock Pig Breeder for less than ?20. If Yards in the history f the livestock you don't believe me write for ped- market. igree, also breed Sows, Guilts and No ono knows how the buffaloes White Wyandott6 chickens and eggs. found their way in the car with tho R. E. BARRETT, cattle, unless tho shipper of tho liveBeaver Dam, Ky. stock at Owensboro bought them from a disbanded circus and sold How; to Go Visiting in Dreams. them out on the first order. That a person can visit distant When Mr. Embry had recovered friends in dreams and see what they from his surprise and tho humor of aro doing, if one only wills to do so,, the situation had worn off, ho woris the statement of an English ex- ried donslderably over the disposiperimenter in the mystery of tion of the buffaloes for there is no dreamy. It is apparently a kind of market for them here and besides "dream" telepathy, because to carry no one wants a live buffalo any moro" it out successfully both parties must than an elephant. be willing to receive or transmit Later in the day Mr. Embury arthe message. Curiously enough, who ranged for the sale of tho buffaloes Is to be the transmitter and who is to a local butcher. Loulsvllle'IIer-al- d. to bo the receiver can only be decidp. ed when the experiment Js carried Marriage License. out. The following Is an example of Minis Ralph, Narrows, to Cecil this strange means of communication which was carried out as an ex- Fox, Narows. Albert Vaughn, Chatham, 111., to periment. The experimenters were a lady Bertha B. Thomas, Narrows. Elza M, All, Fordsvlllo, to Emma' and a gentleman. They were friends, but not in any way related.nor were B. Neel, Fordsvlllo. Noble Parrltt, McHenry, to Myr- - " they lovers. The man lived in London and was a bachelor; the lady tie Thompson, McHenry. , o In Liverpool. They mutually agreed War Without Pain. that on a. certain night, at a given Pain is a visitor to every home and hour, they would try to see insleep usually it come's quito unexpectedly. what the other was doing and what were the surroundings ot each- - The But you are.prepared for every emerman went to sleep in London, as gency If you keep a bottle of Sloan's handy. It is tho greatest usuaL and dreamed not at all, al- Liniment pain killer ever discovered. Sicily though trying to do go. In the mornno rubbing reing he decided that the experiment laid on tho skin quired It drives the pain away. It is had failed. What was his surprise, however., really wonderful. Mervin H. Bolster, Berkeley, Cal., to get a letter" from his friend, in trampwhich she gave an account of all his writes: "Last Saturday, after ing around the Panama Exposition acts before he went to bed, and described his room accurately, even to with wet feet, I came home with m? neck so stiff that I couldn't turn. I cartho detail of brown, well-wor- n pet being mended with a bit of scar- applied Sloan's Liniment freely and let felt. Sho had never been in his went to bed. To my surprise, next rooms nor heard what they were morning tho stiffness "nad almost dislike, yet she was able In a dream to appeared, four hours after the sec see In Liverpool what he was doing ond application I was as good as new.' in London. How it was that shO March, 1915. All Druggists. 25c. 1' CQ could see when ho could not, has The Backbone. yet to be discovered. The teacher ot a class of small ThiB dream s"ight would be of much children recently gave a physiology comfort at tho present time when on tho bines of the body. one longs to know If the dear ones lesson Tho time to ask questions had come, at the war are safe, and doubtless, Who will tell me what the back tho soldiers would bo cheered by a bone is?" , -- . television of those nt home. Thus The auestjnn was p noser, and no pathic dreaming might bo worth one ventured to reply. whllo cultivating; but to be successFtualiy tno teatiw de'tecteoa ful it must be quite natural. The gleam of hope In Sammy's face and will power must be under tho comsmiled encouragingly at him: plete control ot the sleeper, and "Well, Sammy?'' not interfered with by any outside "Tho backbone is a long, straight intelligences, and both parties must ono end put bone. Your head sits on answered arrange tho hour they intend to and you sit on the other," the experiment into practice. Sammy. Harper's Magazine. Makes Nitrates from Air. Tho factory for making nitrates from tho air now in operation at Niagara Falls produces 64,000 tons of calcium cyanamld a year. It emKy. ploys 750 men, and uses 30,000 Canahorsepower, derived from tho dian cataract. Tho rest of the Highway of wnterpower, world, by means Design. gathers this nitrogen product from the atmosphere in the following number of tons per year: Norway, 72,000; Sweden, 16,000; Italy, 34,- 27,000; France, 000; Switzerland, Austria-Hungar7,500; Gormany, 51,000; 0. 21,090; and Japan, cover-croppin' ot er ' nd run-dow- t H 0.E.TAY10R.CE. Beaver Dam, and Drainage DR. y, 16,-.00- HART VETERINARY SURGEON DAM, KY. BEAVER 0. E. DeafneM Cannot Be Gurea Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CAS TO R A 1 OlUce James Talor's Livery Barn. or Children Ory- C A ST O R A I by local application!, ai they cannot reach Thero 1 Iha diseased portion of tho ear.and that la only ono way to cura deafneM. Deafness II by constitutional remedies, caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube, when this tube Is innained you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed. Deafness Is the result, and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Us normal condl tlon. hearing will be destroyed forever: nine cases out of ten ara caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollar! for any that case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) Cure. cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Bend for circulars, lree., r. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Bold by Druggists, 78o. Tske HaU's Family I'll Is for constipation. Succeed when everything the falWu In ncrvoua prostration and femata 2 weaknesses they aia the suptcmg remedy, as tuoujanus navo wnara. Electric Bitters over ft FOR KIDNSYsLiVEIt AND STOMACH TROUBLE f k is tho best medicine tver kU 'J .irrpn drujj!tt's couaw. 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AAAJ.AAAA.,,AA AAAA,AA.AA.A A.AAA AAA A.AA TTTyTTTTTTTyTyTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT 'www T A A A.A A A , wmwwvvvvw A A A A A r-- r Ut :t Y at r: ifta&isoal .i - " i..Tir- -. "' '". Come Will!! jr-- Vk II I r at once! lpnCClHf my horse is sick. Prompt attention must be giv en ailing stock so that ftrm work may not be delayed. Bell Telephone Service on the farm enables you to get the veterinary quickly. It also keeps you in touch with the markets and your neighbors. If there is no telephone on your farm write today for our Free Booklet. Address:- - Wc Knock the Spots Out of Things Follower. "And when you eloped with tho girl," asked a friend, "did her father follow you?" "Did ho?" said tho young man. Pressed In a "Rather! He's living with Us yet!" Fronch Dry Cleaned ami Superior Manner. London Opinion. Send us your Garments and Havtf Deceit rul Hilly. Them (sternly to young marMother ried daughter). Really, my dear, I CLEANED CLEAK am astonished at your allowing Billy to attend tho farewell supper to Mr. Packages called for and delivered. Soakem. I understand it was a most " THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB disgraceful affair. . Daughter (Indignantly). Why, A. Iva Xnll, Prop. mother, how can you? I am qulto HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. must have been very sad. sure it .Billy distinctly told mo the men filled right up, and oven nthe main speaker of tho evening was too full RECIPE rOR GRAY HAIR. for utterance! To half pint of water ndil 1 oz. Bay Hum, a small box of Hirbo Compound, March of Progress. ami Yt oz. of glj ccrlne. Apply to tljo hair "High chairs aro no longer In twico a week until It becomes tho dcalrrd shade. Any druggist can put till up or style for children." ou can mix It at homo nt ery llttlo cott A Steady "She can only talk one at a .time. Ladies' and Men's Garments Profeaional HOTEL Otto C. Martin Attorney PQWMIM MJNGTO! D.C. i at Law HARTFORD, KV. Will practice oia profession in Uili and adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminal Practice a Specialty. s. El Of AMERICAN I m r It irBrinnjhOeifU.ot.lw countrymen, I'M.. "where bound, thi PowhaUn.bMdt the In"cltf good hotela Barnes &atSmith Law Attorneys HARTFORD, KY. W. 11. Burooa anil C, B Smith aunounoo thatthvy liavo form-parUiorahlp for tho General practice of law, except criminal and dlvor cases, Mr. Smith Txvlng County Attor-zw- y 1 provetttd from practicing such ccas-js-. Mr. Darned will Individually In accept such practice. Office Hartford Republican bulldlug, Hartford, K" Messrs. a "No?" Full directions for maklnir and use comt will "No. Low tables aro now the In each box of Barbo Compound. It gray gradually darken streaked, faded thing." nalr, and removes dandruff. It Is excel All Tho Same. lent for falling hair nnd will make hanih nnd glossy. It will not color the hair could not hold my boy back, scalp.soft not sticky or greasy, and docs not "I Is -but a mother's heart will bleed, all ub off. rtfTneJ, ex. Tfie Towfialan Ita excelelusive, and restful. lent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and II Streets, malcei it a denrable headquarters (or bridal couplet, tourist parties, conventions. Schools and colleges. i topic ol culture and education, ?tt proximity to State, War and Navv Departments, alto to manf Interest, points ol historical makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating pub- The"" Powhatan" offers "room" with detached bith at 11.50. $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, $2.30, $3.00 and up. Write for tiooltet with raipt It T.W.I HE ST1UTTON Cromwell, Ky. OTTOO. MAltTIS llurtford, Ky. The PowhataiT"altractt'th6 STRATTON & MARTIN Attorneys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profession In thl and djolning counties. Collections. Commercial and Criminal Practice Prompt and vlgoroui Specially. serrlce- - Notary In office Farmers' Line Department. I 1 - CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED A MGSk let the same." "Why, has your son gono to the war?" "No, but he's gone Into a chamWILL FILL A WANT! pion football team." Extremes Meeting. Since the suspension of the She. My dear, tho coal's all out. Louisville Weekly Courier-Journa- l, He. And I'm all In! ' iic - ; BOX 119, OWENSBORO, KY. BRYAN ENGEERING the former secretary of state as forth In the Sherwood letter. - there has been quite !G,iliHIII)i.illiinT)llii;lLiitULli! i demand for a weekly KenTROUBLE IN THE tucky newspaper that gives FORD PEACE PARTY all the more important state SPECIAL TO WOMEN set news, as well as the general Tho most economical, cleansing and ' Gov". CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Ianajert O n.l TRADE-MARK- O rT"7 " in 1 THAT PAV fclr.n jo U.m Uwroughlj, at our .iproM. anuVln rott to nimM. Btui rro.lfl. vttotoer Uttcri (or FR. EC rrpcrt on lattnUMIIIj-- . to xrxn pr.nlp. BUD- - I "Seems to mo that tho lawyers have it easy in life." .. "Why so?" WITH KITCHEN IX is now understood that upon It "The rest of us havo to surmount FIGHT OX rREPAREDXESS our own obstacles. But tfic lawyer reaching The Hague the mission will FOREIGX POLICY. AGAINST strikes one he "applies to some Judge disband and end, so far as the supand has It set aside." Louisville port of the organization by Ford Is The end is expected to concerned. Courier-Journa- l. Washington, Jan. 8. William J. to meet that woman about come January 12, and Ford has "I used Bryan today formally entered the once In six weeks. Counting on this, agreed to pay the expenses of all Congress against the admin- I told fight In her I was going to the San who wish to return to tho United istration's preparedness and foreign Francisco exposition." States on that dato sailing from the policies. In a letter to Representaport of Rotterdam. Those who elect "Well?" tive Sherwood of Ohio Mr. Bryan in"Since then I meet her nearly to remain to work in the interest of dicated that he is in communication every day and she always wants to peace will be expected to pay their with Democratic Leader Kitchin of know why I haven't gone." Louis- own expenses while delbcrating at the House on the preparedness fight ville Courier-Journa- l. The Hague. These will include nd that he was glad that the forHe was a rackety young man, and those who have been appointed on eign situation is being aired in Con- kept very late hours, but had now the permanent peaco board. gress. The letter congratulated the According to arrangements, ,the Joined the fusiliers and was ordered Ohio representative on a recent to the front, and on bidding farewell party will start on Us trip through speech opposing the preparedness to his beloved he said to her: Germany for The Hague on Friday plans. As made public by Repre am far away next. During the trip through, Ger"Darling,, when I sentative Sherwood, the letter reads: wilt thou gaze at yon star every man territory the members will be me to congratulate you up- night "Allow locked in their special train and will and think of me?" on your speech. It hit the mark, "I will, indeed, dearest," she re- not be allowed to tread German soil end was an excellent opening of a plied. "If I needed anything to re- at any stage of the Journey. campaign which will, I hopo end in After the State Department .at mind me of you I should choose the defeat of the plan to increase tho that very star." Washington had refused to change army and navy appropriations. I the passports of the members to In"Why?" he asked. wish you would send a copy to tho is out so very late at clude a belligerent country, Gaston "Because it Commoner at once, so that it can night, and looks so pale in the morn- Plantlff, the representative of Ford, in this month's issue. be inserted took up the matter with the German ing." Tit Bits. "I am glad to see them discussing The dull boy in the class unex minister and consul here, offering 'to the proposal to prevent Americans pectedly distinguished himself in a pay them ?50,00.0 for a special train. riding on belligerent ships. Have sent recent history examination. The Tho diplomats got In touch with BerKitchin a copy of an editorial which question ran, "How and when was lin, with the result that' the German will appear In the Commoner on this slavery introduced into America?" Government announced that the subject. members of tho party would be alTo this he replied: The Bryan letter caused a sensa"No woman had come over to the lowed to go to The Hague via Gertion in Democratic executive circles early Virginia colony. The planters many, if they would comply with tonight. It was accepted as a flat wanted wives to help with the work. the strict letter of German military declaration of war against tho ad- In 1G19 the London company scut law. tone of ministration's plans. The The railroad declined to take any over a ship load of girls. The the reference to Mr. Kitchin was tak- planters gladly married them, and money in excess of the regular fare. en to mean that tho Democratic slavery was Introduced into Ameri- The delegates agreed to all condior at least in leader Is tions, which provide, besides being Youth's Companion. ca." correspondence with Mr. Bryan in After several unsuccessful at- locked In their train, forbiddance to his efforts to defeat tho military ap- tempts to draw her husband Into carry with them any written, typepropriations. conversation at the restaurant, the written or printed papers. The conSplit in Party. wife discovered the cause of his ab- cealment of any paper, ,of however From this political experts argued straction to be a beautiful girl dress- Innocent character, will create comthat President Wilson is face to face ed In black and seated at a near-b- y plications for tho party. The memwith a split In tho Democratic par- table. must also bers of the expedition ty which can not easily bo patched postcards, "An attractive widow," observed glvo up their cameras, up. opera glasses and gold coin before the wife, cooly. One line in the Bryan letter bore "Yes, Indeed, a very attractivo Btartlng through Germany. Each delout previous forecasts of the meth- widow," agreed tho husband, enthus- egate must furnish four extra photoods to be used in fighting the admin- iastically. graphs of himself, two to bo sent to istration's foreign policy. This was "Yes," sighed the wife. "I wish I Berlin and two to remain with the tho statement that tho former secre- were one." Ladies' Homo Journal. consul. Most of the baggage of the tary was "glad to seo them discussexpedition will be shipped back to Most Wonderful. ing tho .proposals for seeing AmeriA certain little girl evidently has the United States from Copenhagen. cans riding on belligerent ships." listened long and earnestly to her It was announced today that Rev. Bills designed to prevent American mother's discourses upon the obli- Charles F. Aked who has been 111 at citizens from traveling on ships en- gations of tho husband and father, Stockholm, had wired the party that tering the zone of danger in the Eu- Judging from her answer to her he will rejoin it at The Hague. ropean war have been introduced in school-teachSam Clark, who has been a comrecently. Tho teachCongress, with, It has been under- er asked: panion and sort of secretary of Gov, stood, the Indorsement of Mr. Bryan. "What Is the most wonderful thing Hanna of North Dakota was threatIn the House Representatives Steph- man has done?" ened to pull Rev. Jenkin Lloyd ens of Nebraska presented bills to according to a Mary's hand shot up Instantly. Jones' whiskers, accomplish the purpose, and similar Tho smiled, nodded to tho story that leaked out today. It Is teacher measures were introduced in the Sen- child and leaned back expectantly. said that Rev. Jones last Sunday Inby Senator Goro of Oklahoma. ate "Support his family," piped Mary, quired tho state of Gov. Hanna's The proposal has been freely air- I In her shrillest voice. Louisville health of Mr. Clark and the latter beed in tho congressional debates on Times. came offended because as ho Is allegtho foreign situation, which admined to havo told Rev. Jones, tho latBlarney. istration leaders havo sought in vain ter had never Inquired after the Employer. What, you hero still? I governor's condition to prevent. In the Senate several when ho was Democrats havo mado it clear that thought I discharged you, seriously ill. Cassidy. Yo did sorr. they believe this government should "Now that ho Is better, your InterEmployer. Well, why didn't you est is purely artificial," Clark is rewarn its citizens to keep out at least of troublo by keeping off belligerent get out when you wero told? ported to havo said to Jones, "and Cassidy. Shure, sorr, 01 know when if you ask that question again I hips or ships carrying contraband, which aro liable to attack. Mr. Bry- 01 got a good boss, even It ye don't will pull your whiskers." an's letter tonight mado it clear that know when yo have a good man. Rankin. My wlfo speaks six difhe is In complcto sympathy with this ferent languages. proposition. FOR FLETCHER'S Phylo. I wouldntt worry. Administration leaders tonight deI "Whaddyo meai worry?" to comment on the attttude of clined er I SPLIT IN THE PAHTY Just Fun. Hanua's Secretary Threatens to news, crisp editorials, good Pull Whiskers of The Rev. 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I Up, European Plan l is green maple or hickory smothered wood is alwith sawdust. Hard ways preferablo to soft and resinous FOR THE FARMER wood should never be used, for t will give meat a bad flavor. Corncobs are the best substitute for hard lAIl'OBTAXdE OF UHING tKTTEIt- - wood. One Thousand County Agents. HEADS AS AX ADVEHTI8E- Thcro aro 100D county agriculturJIEXT FOU THE FARM. al agents in the forty-eigstates of tho Union. Of this number thcro 'are eight in Nebraska, these being TcIUiik ti Sheep's Arc. employed in Cage, Seward, Madison, A lamb bas eight small first Thurstoni Dawes, Dakota, Kimball teeth on tho lower Jaw. When the and Doxbutte counties. Four addianimal Is about 1 year old the mid- tional counties in Nebraska havo dle pair ore replaced by two perma- asked for agricultural agents to benent teeth; when 2 years old the gin work in January. teeth on either side of these perma"On tho whole, these agents have nent teeth are also replaced with a been very successful in winning the permanent pair; at 3, the next tooth support and confidence of the farm on cither sldo gives way to a per- ing peopl6, Experiment Bftys the manent tooth, and at 4 tho last, or Station Record of the United States In like manback, teeth are replaced Department of Agriculture, "and the ner. tangible results of thoir work aro lirlofly, then, a sheep wllh one very encouraging. The personality pair of permanent teeth is a yenrllng; of tho agent Is, of course, a very a shoep with two pairs is n large factor in determining the old; with three pairs, a measure of his success. His under- vitltti fnttti 'nnlra n A .tfan tn1r1 nnd I standing of the real problems of the ', After a sheep is 4 years old ono cannot tell by tho teeth about the rurn, age. However, one who . ta pnrchas- Qn Qwn meet IS a sheep says TO. Patterson of iQ ac unl- tho animal husbandry dlv slon Importnnt pracUcal ,nstruction has verslty farm, should see hat and lnformaUon ,n a convlncIng way not lost any teeth, br that the teeth nre am csgent,n,8. when to navo not Decome iohb uuu buucvcb- - these qualifications are added stud, gy in appearance. ious inclinations and habits, the posRest llojis to Feed. session of accurate and For fattening, select pigs weigh- - knowledge of tho practice and science ing from 130 to 150 pounds and in I of agrlculturo and business ability of good condition. The should be fat- - high' order, wo have a very ablo and tened for at least sixty days and per- - useful man whose services will mean haps soventy-flvif it requires so much for the agricultural and to bring them up to a weight clal advancement of his country, Farm Letterheads, of 180 to 200 pounds. This Is the I An appropriate farm letterhead most desirable weight at which to put hogs on the market and animals comes next In importance to a farm of this weight in good condition will name ,in advertising and publicity value. The farmer of today is, en- bring top prices. Corn is selling nt low prices now, gaged in a business that requires a compared with prices in recent years great deal of buying and selling, and it can bo used to a large extent The use of printed stationery puts for fattening hogs. Farmers who him in the class with other business have fall pasture can supplement men. One of the essentials in all this with a feed of corn alone and get business Is publicity and it must be they can of tho right sort. The tumbled-dow- n good results. Otherwise a rotlon consisting pf one part fences and appearance of disorder feed ' corn and one part wheat middlings. and untidiness which is occasionally feeding corn as a supplement seen even on the farm devoted to the In to pasture, begin with a dally feed breeding of pure bred livestock, Is of about 2 pounds a hundredweight, Just as truly advertising the breeder or 3 pounds of corn for a hog weigh- - as does the printer's ink he U3es of an appropriate ing 150 pounds. When full feeding! The adoption has been well begun, one may feed ; farm name points the man out as be- all the corn the hog will clean up. lng a little more progressive than Kafir, mllo or feterlta may be used his neighbors. Just as surely does Instead of corn, but the amount re- the use of a farm letterhead establish trie, business standing of the quired will be a little larger. man whouse's it. Printed stationery Top Dressing of xUfalfn, Farmers In tho corn belt are .Justus a most valuable means of obtain beginning to learn the value of ol- - ing the right kind of publicity. The falfa, but they have not generally ,' man who writes a business letter on o learned the value of top dressing in scraps of cheap paper, perhaps fall of tho year. If somo of the scribing a very fine pure bred ani-ol- d straw stacks that are standing mal he is offering for sale is creat-o- n farms were spread over tho alfal- - jng, right in the start, a most unfa fields in tho fall or early winter, favorable Impression of his business. or even late in tho winter, it would a letter written on a letterhead hav- add from half a ton to a ton to the ing a design setting forth the particyield per acre the next year. Well ular type of farming being conduct decomposed barnyard manuro Is even ed, is an indication mat tne dusi better. The objection to fresh ma- - ness is. well established. This lm- nuro is that Is is apt to contain tim- pvesslon will be unconsciously made othy and clover seed, which are on the mind ot the reader. A good deal of thought should be weeds In the alfalfa field. If you don't believe this, try it on given to the selection of the lettera strip in your alfalfa, field, as we head used. The design should consaw it done last winter. Seeing Is tain the name of the farm and the believing. Do you know that a ton name of tho owner with his correct of straw has as much plant food In address. Signatures are frequently It as a ton of ordinary barnyard ma-- 1 very hard to decipher and tho use of letterhead in business transactions nure? In addition to this, it furn-j- a ishes a winter protection, often need- - is worth whajt it costs in insuring ed when the alfalfa Is late sown, or ' the proper addressing of return It Is cut too late the last time, ters. The expense is not great and when and has not had tlmo to provide It-- 1 self with a winter covering, or even once adopted the use ot the letter-wheIt has. Remember that It you J head Is not likely to be discontinued, trade a ton of straw for a ton off Kansas Farmert barnyard manure, neither party will The Composition of Tobacco. be cheated. It Is a much more even to study tho Wo aro beginning anytrade than most horse trades, of plants at various composition how. Wallace's Farmer, stages ot their growth, knowing Mixing For Sausage. on Sausage should be mado ot clean, this g,ves better information plant with tho proper fresh pork. To every 3 pounds of feeding, tho lean meat add 1 pound of fat and fertilizer. Italy has been pitiklng mix them together by chopping. studies in tho composition ot .tobacWlicn this is done, spread the iueat co, Say3 a report: Theso results show that sccdlnga out thinly and season with a mixture one-ha- lf ounce of tino salt, ot (ar0 richer in aah, nitrogen and or- linlf.PPAWII HI fllll- n.wl rravitn ol.1a e. ...... -- . .- -.. UUI1CV ui' Brvu t.11. uiuun. nnM mm b"'" uv.vo tlinn one-ha- lt ounce of pure leaf sage, ' grown plants. In plants before fine, tor every 4 pounds ofjerlng, tho apical leaves are rich In should bo ash, nitrogen and substances soluble meat. The seasoning pprlnkled over tho meat lind tho In e(her and alcohol than the lower two mixed together by running them leaves, tho ash content decreases through a food chopper. Tho sau- - from tho basal (first picking) to sago may then be packed In Jars or tho apical leaves (fourth picking), ' 'and the leaves of tho first and sec- casings, meat aro to ond pickings aro also richer In nicIt largo, quantities ot he smoked, a permanent smokehouse otln, containing double the quantity Is necessary, but for small quantl- - of the leaves of tho .the third and ties a large dry goods box serves the fpurth pickings. The leaf blades purpose. A smokehouso should be 8 are always richer in nitrogen, nlco-o- r 10' feet high and should have tin and substances soluble In ether plenty of ventilation, so that the and .alcohol, and nlcotin than other warm air may be carried oft and the parts of the plant, but the roots con meat prevonted from overheating. It tain more nlcotin than the stems." 'is best to have the fire pot outsjdp, Constipation and Indigestion with a flue to conduct the Binoke into ''I have used Chamberlain's Tab- the meat chamber, but if this, cannot bo arranged tho flro Is Lullt on the j lets and must say they aro the be,st floor ot the house and tho meat 1 have ever used for constipation shielded In some way. The construe - , and indigestion. My wife also used tlon should allow the smoke to pass them tor indtgestlon and thoy did freely over tho meat and out, though , her good," writes Eugene S. Knight, too rapid a circulation is a waste ot Wilmington. N. C. Obtainable every fuel. The best fuel for smoking meat where. INTERESTING ITEMS COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT Aad For Three Summers Mrs. Any of Her Housework. 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XJIm' &UaJa Pitta, , hum) m ft m uwpi nWliMii miMinriwlwrBHiTTm''"W'r n PPff5fl'9WPBWflft I young man o( twentjrilTO years, con- SERBIAN BANIIT structed tho second glased tilo alio with satisfaction In every way. Tho KNUWS NO LAW tllo la flush, and thero Is no bulging walls. Tho tllo for tho second silo WAS COMPELLED cost $332, and Ita dimensions aro feet. seventeen by thlrty-thre- o IL8 11EKN ENGAGED IN GUKIt- "A concrete and Blazed tile milk HjLA PIGHTING SINCE FIRST PAUM STOKT OP .house has been built. Tho material BALKAN WAK. Including tho shlnglo 3HADK INTO A 80U1ICE OP for tho house, XjAItGE INCOME. roof, cost $160 and It Is eighteen by twenty feet In size. Tho block for tho Qovghclt, Serbia, Jan. 8. One of walls of this houso cost $37.60 dollv- the most picturesque figures of tho TRIBBLES SUCCESS ored at the railway station. M. L. "koml-tadj- l" A tOiai 01 l,uoz worm ui iccu European war Is tho Serbian or guerilla Ivan Stolkovltch, was purchased In 1914 and at tho was erected, known to fame as "Babounsky." Tho Hooper, of Stnto Unlvcr-dk- y end of that year a silo jHrssnr Not moro than $C00 was spent for namo is drawn from tho famous Bab- Descrip"Write IntcrcstliiR mill feed tho next year. This shows ouna Pass, where recently tho Serbs tion nl Dnlry Operations. a reduction of $400 In tho feed bill so long held tho Invading Bulgarians In ono year duo to tho addition of at bay. Ivan Stolkovltch comes from tho silo. "That Is the reason that Mr. the par of Serbia and is thcroforo Th Hoard's Diaryman, Professor J. ,Trlbble has Just erected the second known to his followers and to the noopa. x.( Kentucky Stato silo. Ho has grown sufficient corn Serbian population at largo by a writes an Interesting descrlp-tkmtlo- n and sorghum to fill tho two Bilos nlcknamo Indicating the fact. if the dairy operations of 'and has also 100 barrels of corn and A slight man, tall, with honesty JU 1. fribble, a successful 3b&5C gray blue eyes and tho palo features 15 acres of stover. ilaliyninn and poultry pro- I "This farm proved a revelation to ! of a student, he impresses the strang Ctca-2- T. ducer of Payette county. The ar- us. Wo asked the farmer If eighty er with anything but tho terror which ticle is elaborately Illustrated. acres is enough. He replied that his uamo inspires. Nor do his looks Hooper writes: most farmers have too much land, bello his real profession. For tho reOn August wo had tho pleasure of and halt tend it. He was proud of doubtable "Babounsky" war a school visions at very Interesting dairy tho fact that ho did not have a weed teacher until fired by an ardent patSacra dI eighty acres. This farm was spot on tho place. The fence cor- riotism he gave up his classes to purchased by tho present owner M. ners and tho area along the pike in gather about him a band of intrepid TribWe, oT Fayette county, front of the farm are free of weeds. spirits in the fight for the release of seventeen years ago. The land "Last week wo wero asked to Turkish part of Serbia from tho Ot ana so much depleted at that time submit a set of figures relative to toman yoke. owing to tiontlnucd cropping with the profit that might reasonably be Ever since the first Balkan war he cant smQ tobacco, that it could not anticipated from a farm of one hun and his followers have been under crop of coru, .produce a first-cladred acres of good land. It was stip- arms. Unrecognized by the laws of ad Tjeiglibors told Mr. Tribble that ulated that the yield of wheat should war, they have tiiken their own risks &e ccnld not make a living for his bo taken at thirty bushels, and that of; capture and instant execution. family ot five from It. How far milk should retail at sixteen cents Their refuge is in the Serbian mounthey missed .(he mark will be learn- per gallon. We estimated that a tains, and they have been willing to ed as this recital proceeds. profit of fourteen hundred dollars trust their security to their own as"Ole 2ms ol only made a living could bo made. But here Is a farm tuteness and the lmprcsnablllty of "has laid up x:onsiacrable money of less acreage producing a greater their numerous hiding places. Xb the hank, and his family have revenue than that, and this is growDuring tho brief periods separatCred well. The five children were ing riched in fertility each year; in ing the first Balkan war from the all educated, the daughter at the addition it has a wheat field that a second and .the second from tho presState University. At present he few years ago yielded forty-seye- n ent European struggle, the internal j(rsa liireo automobiles, two for bushels to the acre. We feel convin administration was in of Serbia "milk to 'patrons In the city ced that this energetic, Intelligent, such a- - stato of disorder that it away and another for the six miles thrifty farmer was right when he seemed to "Babounsky" better to reuae ol flic family?. He has recently stated that "most farmers have too tain his band under arms and to asparchaseil a milking machine. This l much land and farm it badly." sist in the administration of rough suUcatts lliat lie and his family have and ready Justice than to send his llTEd well rand tfhat he has farmed Bod Cold Quickly Broken Up. followers to their own firesides. In methods. His two' aBer Mrs. Martha Wilcox, Gowanda, N. this capacity even in the short Inmilk delivery autos and Y. son 'ran the writes: "I first used Chambertervals of peace he kept his name as help fin the dairy. His daughter keeps lain's Cough Remedy about eight a kind of modern Robin Hood tho t&e books and helps with the chick- - years ago. At that time I had a friend of the weak and tho terror of 'farm is well tilled, and tho hard cold and coughed most of tho tho evil doer. V TThe Especially since the complete time. It proved to be Just what I Xaml Is given "heavy applications of needed. It broke up the cold in a breakdown of the Serbian administhlrty-sl- x manure produced by the few days, and the cought entirely tration following the flight of the ls Jhcao tit attio and the six work disappeared. I have told many of government to Scutari, has "Baboun-Bky- " xm aire Tflace. The other stock mmy friends of the good I received become a personage of prime consists of three hundred hens and through using this medicine," and all importance in Serbia. Before the adsJoc brood sows. The hens each pro- who have used It speak of It in the vancing German and Bulgarian armduce i mm awvenue of one dollar highest terms." Obtainable every- ies, town after town was evacuated. Tlie eggs are sold at cu- where, m Sometimes the Inhabitants were ablo rrent prices to regular, customers, to take a few of their belongings genii thejr are delivered by the milk War, Protection, Good Times. with them; moro often they wero wagon. "The "brood sows raise a Particular attention is directed at forced to leave with tho clothes. But znnaocr of pigs that furnish pork this time to the activity which exists especially In tho southern part of smil hams for tho family and some among the textile industries of the Serbia, whero tho greater part of tho jncal iriir ale. country. Everywhere there is good inhabitants are really of Turkish or "At the time of our visit the farm business addition to take care of Bulgarian extraction, only the Serbs was devoted to the following uses: more which appears to be in sight. fled and the Turks and the Bulgarfield of corn and It is a welcome sign when such In- ians remained. While waiting . A Ionrteen-acr- e for sorphum; another corn field of dustries are branching out and it is tho arrival of the armies of their twenty acres; forty acres In pasture; quite in contrast to what was indi- compatriots, they were-no- t averse to ihrrt tictcs of excellent orchard, cated before the breaking out of the going through tho deserted Serbian Katitalnlng trees heavily laden with war In Europe. dwellings and acquiring a few uso-fvpjilea of the Stork, York Imperial articles. That better business in this line and Ben "Davis varieties. Tho lawn Is dud to the trouble among foreign "Babounsky" did not approve of abont the houso and barn lots em- nations is as apparent as it is that this. Naturally the deserted dwellbrace three acres. factories which aro trunlng out mu- ings and all In them would fall into ft "Dj .June first this farmer har- nitions of war are busy for that very tho hands of the conquerors. That vested Tourteen acres ol green bar- same reason. This country has ex- was all right the chance of war. But ley and put It in the silo. The sil-a- perienced a shutting off of foreign that former neighbors should do the because the industries, looting was not in "Babounsky's" irrnn this crop was fed from production 3aly 'fifth to September first. Be- of those countries aro restricting code. And thoso who tried it wero cause of the .limited acreage devoted themselves to home conditions and dealt with in a most summary manXs pasturage the silage served an thoso in this country are free from ner. Whoever among tho Bulgarians which Involves excellent purpose as a summer feed. that competition Uralscaiho production of tho milk much different working conditions was suspected of giving Information to the advancing Bulgar armies also cows very materially, and upon be-i- and cheap labor. fed to the chickens it increased The Democratic Tariff as soon as received short shift. A story is told the egg production. The barley sil- it went Into effect produced a slump of the first Balkan war when a cerknown as "Kechko" age was sweet and palatable, and It In the industrial activity of this tain pseudo-Ser- b was relished by tho cows and tho country which was felt from coast was suspected of treason to the Serchickens, as we can testify from per- to coast. There was an uncertain- bian cause. Babounsky.a" band apsonal observation. "When cut the ty which promised much harm. Bus- peared upon tho scene ono night and Xarlcy was three feet high and con- iness was demoralized in exactly the "Kechko" and four others were artained about forty bushels of grain manner that It was expected it would rested, tried lnsecret by tho band at per aero, which was In the dough bo. Tho opening of tho war oper- midnight and sentenced to bo "sent stage. Tho barley silage from tho ated to give the business of this to Salonlkl that Is, taken to tho foarteen acres half filled a 120-to- n country a Protection by tho Ropubli- - bans of tho Vnrdar rlvor, stabbed tSlo. Corn for silage was planted on mii Tariff. 'Riirnneim comnctltlon and thrown In, their bodies to drift situation ! down with the current to Salonlkl. the ground from which the barley was cut off and humming and overy-on- o All five wero lined up on tho bank. '.was removed, June fifteenth. with tho mills "JVUu Tribble took a preference to busy is oue of tho best bits of ev "Babounsky" gave tho signal for tho glazed tile silo. Upon consult- idence tha what this country needs fatal blows to bo struck. But un- the Ideas , fortunately Kechko'a executor, ing a local agent ho found that tho ls the discarding of Free-Trad- e agent liad on hand tho blocks for a and the maintenance of a Tariff lawyer from Bolcrado, had never silo that had which will Insure good times and killed a man before and his hand sixteen by thirty-foorarred by another farmer but prosperity after tho Protection which slipped. Tho five bodies wero thrust been bad not "been accepted upon arrival. tho wan is furnishing has been re- Into tho Vardar, but Kechko was still Because of tho misunderstanding tho moved, since it Is the war acting as alive. A weok later tho Serbian consul agent offered to sell tho tllo for $285. a Protective Tariff which haB been was made to our friend, and the means of getting us back to Re- - Lpt Salonlkl was called to tho hospl The the tile hauled to his farm. Local publican times, Norwich (Conn.) tal. "Kechko" told him tho story of his escape from death, but begbricklayers ivero employed to Bulletin. they wero not ged that it bo kept secret until after the walls, but his departure for the United .States. natiarclarjr. In two cases thoy failConstipation mid Indigestion ed xv Tiruak tho Joints and laid ono "I havo used Chamberlain's Tab-lo- ts Ultimately recovered from the unIllo abovo tho lower row, and and must say they are tho best skillful stab of tho Belgrade lawyer, xovf ol to thoy .qulotly departed for la two other roundswith thefailed and I have ever used for constipation "Kechko""where ho lives still, unter-rlflo- d tllo My wife also used AmerTca indigestion. complete tho circles and by tho famous guerilla. Jiad to All In tbo vacant spaces with them for indigestion and they did i nifisldes, tho silo wall bulg- her good," writes Eugene S. Knight, fericks. A Surprised Celebration. ed out In a placo or two. However, Wilmington, N. C, Obtainable everyIn tho past years It has been a cuspreserved the green mater- where. tthe-ftD- o tom In the old district N;o. 25 to pro-seBatlsfactory manner as ial Ja such at least ono of its old citizens (0 cans Ihe purchase of a second with a surprised birthday dinner. silo cost jskuscd an alio. Tho first FOR FLETCHER'S These dinners are prepared by the with chute, roof, labor, and all, klnfolks and neighbors ad tgkan to energetic jf 27. Tho sou, who is an 'S1 ." ;'-- V- Then they tho placo of celebration. prepare to rocclve their host. On this occasion Mr. C. S. Taylor was tho lucky qne. Ho has reached the ripe old ngo of three scoro and ton. Old In years, yet as gay as a boy at his homo that morning. Several of his friends had called about oleven o'clock thoro was a buggy driven up. Ho was asked to get in and told Hesitatingly, to ask no questions. ho did so. Ho was driven to the homo of his nophew, Mr. Byron Taylor, n short distance away. There ho was met by his wlfo and sons, H. C. Taylor, R. C. Taylor and Charles Taylor, his daughter, Mrs. Tassto Borah.and her husband, Oscar Borah,' Mr. Byron Taylor and wlfo and daughters, Mlses Exa, Zecy and Euva, Mr. Estll Taylor and wlfo nnd son, Mr. S. L. Stevens and wlfo. Mr. James Bur gess and, wlfo, Mr. Warren Taylor and wlfo and daughter, Mr. E. W. Jackson and mother, Mrs. Pernecy Jackson, Mrs. Cclla Stevens. After tho greetings of tho day, tho long tablo was the next sccno, filled with the choicest cats of tho season. was spent Tho afternoon In discussing live issues, telling stories and singing old songs. All leaving fooling better for being present and wishing Mr. Taylor many birthdays yet. "- - h,., Tho Gist of It. "Last December I bad a very so yere cold and was nearly down sick In bed. I bought two bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy nnd It was only a very few days until I was completely restored to health," writes O. J. Metcalf, Wcatherby, Mo. 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