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Jtef ap- ircfc Ikpjtblkmt Subscription $1 per Year No. 29 obtainablo thero may probably ex(t a shortage but it la not expected to exceed ?3,000 and was caused by bad management rather than dishonesty on the part of the dead cashier. Many say, that there will be no shortage at all. Immediately after Mr. WellerV death banking authorities at Frank fort wero notified by Examiner Augustus. Deputy Commissioner Re-vll-lo hastened to Dundee and the directors consented to place the bank in the hands of the commission. Former Aslstant Secretary of State G, B. Likens, of Hartford, was named by Mr. Revlllo as a deputy commissioner to take charge of the bank, Mr. Pall Snyder, expert accountant,, is assisting him In going over ther books. A thorough examination was begun Monday but thus far bo shortage has been found. In one or two Instances Mr. Weller Is knows to have paid money Into the bank to replace bad notes contracted by himself, saying nothing to the directors DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY XXVIII. SUBMARINE HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1916. lntornnl explosion, thcro bolng no parent damage on tbo outside iiMlrtlf v eiom Tho explosion was followed by a muff,c" roar within the boat. III) Dl niifC 1 ' mediately scores of navy yard Ml Ul pioye8( ofllcers and sailors rushed to the dry dock to take up tho rescue work. Orders were Issued excludEXFLOBION COMKS WHEN NEW ing all outsiders from tho yard and XDISON BATTERY WAS BE sentries kept visitors back. ING TESTED. Tbo gas fumes mado the work of rescue almost impossible' until a gas i' j helmet and diving suit had been obEquipped with these, two LAST OF 0BREN0VITCHS EOURDEAD, TEN INJURED tained. lowered Into tbo craft and men were brought out several of the Injured. Previously ropes were tied around Hubmerslblo In Brookljn Navy Yard several men and they wore lower- Press Correspondent Brings Back Story of Tragedy of Twelve Practically Destroyed--Caus- e Those ed through the manholes. Years Ago, above-sooNot Known. discovered, however, that something was wrong and faint cries from Inside caused them to drag up tho rescuers. They, were suffering Belgrade, Jan. IB. Tho last of . .- WOW . xorK, Jan. m. rum iu""' tho houses of Obrenovltch, tho murdered Alexander, lies in a little chapel In the Belgrado cemetery, forgotten ' was found with a leg blown on by conqueror and conquered alike. In dry dock a Ono undergoing "pair. crushed The Beside 'him rests Queen Draga, the injured are suffering principally woman for whose sake he broke off relations with his father and whose triclan and the others civilian work- from burns. Tho emergency hospital Inside tho , influenco upon him,, undoubtedly led ers. yard navo first aid and four of tho extingulsh- At least three of tho 10 in tho injured were later removed to the , to the sordid tragedy that cd this royal line. exoected to hospital now are not Tho chapel stands in the center of naval uuspuui urai iu Jive. A man working on top of tho sub- - a neglected graveyard. It is a prlml- badly shattered, Tho Interior was fell j tive building, a larger Bample of the .a - l.lfl tnnrlnn was blown 20 feet. Ho ut so tigni was me dock but without ornamentation of any kind. escape Uhal thcro was no means of. It Is ot brick, rudely plastered on the Jor gas and It was more than an at- aUrgcons and Sco outside Only a cross carved into a before he.work r after the blast BCQnQ aftw tablet giving the date of erection recovering the bodies could be of dead wwe AU shows that it lsnot an ordinary house ' " ,:,T ?Lm-P'r"on to the morgue at the naval hoa or even a substantial barn. Bullets :. .. .- -- pltal where Identification was made. inrousii ihu bii"""6 vuv. have bored neat holes thru two of the feet away. The E-- 2 had a narrow escape from plain glass windows, and have made injured and ono body were ro- Tho accident In Beptember, 1914, while blisters In a halt dozen places on the moved soon after tho accident, but maneuvers off Brenton plain sheet-Iro- n doors. The street three bodies far down the craft could detected fighting was a half mile away, but An ' not be reached unui me chlorIo gaB when the craft was sub-blo- the modern infantry rifle has a long out by compressed air. Soon and he ran to the range, and" the chapel stands on J after the explosion several officers ln8tead ground elevated somewhat above the party, but were orer- led a rescue J scene of the street battles. come by fumes wnen mey awemiueu are A few Hungarian soldiers It was HIT TURKS FEW FEET n .lpsrnnd Into the vessel. quartered In a building a hundred then that compressed air pipes were FROM THEIR OWN MEN yards awayfromvthe chapel. None run Into the shell and the gas forced of them had any Idea where the key out. Wellington, New Zealand, Jan. 15. to tho chapel was to be found. The of men Inside tho subTho number Remarkable performances la the Associated Press representative finmarine at the time of the explosion way of close shooting upon the Gal-llp- ally crawled thru a small hole In the About 20 is not known definitely. peninsula are recorded of the wall, which appeared to have been were working on the craft. It Is not Now Zealand howitzers and field failed to exthought possible that any one who ffimn Tho New Zealand official war made by a shell which plode. Scattered bricks and mortar -- havo escaped in'" correspondent, Malcolm Ross, reports wn inniiin could i lay on the floor Inside. ' that toward tho end of August a maTho scene was depressing. In the What caused tho explosion has not jor of Infantry telephoned, calling atdefinitely decided, Rear Admlr-.a- l tention to tho fact that the Now Zea- middle ot the floor lay a box containbeen and In disaring books, Nathaniel R. Usher, commandant land howitzers were dropping shells shoved navy yard, after an examina- Into a Turkish trench only five yards ray. The high altar had been of tho back Into a small anteroom. The sation of tho craft and questioning in front of the trench' occupied by cred vestments some of them torn workmen declined to express an his men. and muddled, were strewn about the opinion. Ho said: He therefore asked the battery to floor and on the altar. A picture of "Tho men woro at work In tho , cease firing at that particular trench a saint, its prftectlng glass splinterdls- - 0j the enemy. Tho reply was that "battery compartment of the E-A bujlet had ed, lay face down. charging tho now Edison batteries ( ne ctrtns was being done purposely, found Its way into one of the crude through a rheostat to measure the inasmuch as the battery commander paintings. Mortar dust lay voltage and the explosion occurred juny trusted his men and his guns, muralover everything. deep In that compartment while they were oven wlth a margin of only five Humble Resting Place. -working there. Tho battery will gen- - j ynrds. Tho reason for this close fire Tho correspondent had been Ingas and there was was because tho Infantrymen in the erate no kind of king and no gasoline on board. The engine was front trench had apparently run out formed that tho murdered severely queen were buried in this chapel, type." Diesel J0f bombs and wero being of tho but there was 'nothing In sight even The opinion was expressed that the dealt with by tho Turks, resembling 'a royal tomb. at-- f remotely chargo process of withdrawing the During the Turkish encounter rom the batteries might havo caus- - tack tho New Zealand No. 2 battery Near one corner was a plain lettered d the formation ot hydrogen gas. '0f field artillery Oil rounds ot slab, flanked by two wooden crosses. explosions ot that nature havo ' shrapnel at Turkish trenches only In Cryllllan letters on the1 slab were The (if tho oldbeen frequent on submarines ot all 20 yards distant from (.ho Austrian the names of two soldiers er members of the Obrenovltch famnnd soveral havo occurred on trenches. The shells shrieked navies ily. Right and left stood a crudo Ros. boats within tho last few tlnuously over tho heads ot tho Tho others wero not serious, trians crouching In their trenches, man cross of wood. On the cross' liowover. and throughout the night there was bar ot the cross at tho right was rudely lettered "Alexander Obrenovltch." E-- 2 was tho only vessel in tho 0iy ono prematuro explosion, Tho world equipped with tho Edison nick- as. It was a dark night, and tho The corresponding bar on tho cross tho left boro the namo "Draga ArtA .ol Itnttnrtna nnrl hIia mruln . ilvlni " ... w ...... hnr first. jlttllbW Ull!. i ,VVV vni-.l.nMA VI .t.VW.. JM.MU, 0""0 imp. at trip with them Dec. 7 last. It wasCBSariy n Vcry flat trajoctory, "tho Obrenovltch." Thero was not anroportod that the new battorles gave feat," tho correspondent says, "ln- - other letter on either cross, no date lndl-cat- o bottor speed with less fuel volvcd accurate and careful 'laying' of birth nor death, no word to that tho persons buried hero battery, experiments on tho part of tho gunners, tiio Tho Edison liavq proven, generates nearly dou- slightest G?rcr, such ns tho short set- had once been king and queen ot the ble tho ordinary amount of hydro- ting of a fuse, would havo been ser- country, In the more than twelve years that gen during the process of charging, ious under cuch circumstances." havo elapsed since the murder, tho discharge or whllo lying Idle but on But that close shooting In tho Darcrosses havo not even been set upacgives off much loss. During tho bat-lo- danelles operation occasionally are simply leaned wero reports from cidentally worked havoo among the right. 'They trials there her officers of an unduo amount ot British forces is shown by tho fact against whitewashed wall. A rilckeK Tho boat made ono trip that on the afternoon of August 8, ed candlestick stands near the squalhydrogen. with observers aboard and It was re- when Colonel Malone, with a hand- - id tomMat tho other sldo is a tall) stove, solo ported that whllo in operation not Lful of Now Zealand infantrymen, was cylindrical sheet-Iro- n enough gas was generated to bo dan- actually within sight ot tho Narrows, means ot heating the chapel. No gerous, having surmounted tho Sari Bahr guard rail separates tho tomb from Lieut. Charles M, Cook, comman- Rdgo, ho we killed by shrapnel be- the place occupied by the worshipwas not at the navy ing fired by British warships at tho pers. der of tho E-The mean tomb in the little chapyard when the explosion occurred. heavy Turkish counter attack, and el recalls the regicide that stirred all, Commander Wurtsbaugh reported that there were numerous other among the New Zealanders the world with the exception, acto Secretary Denlels this attornoon cording to the contemporary reports, the result of the preliminary from the same cause. ot Serbia itself In June. 1903, TrouInto the explosion. ble had been, accumulating for 'years The Oaly Way. "As Commanded Wurtsbaugh has Peddler. I a'hve a most valuable at the Serbian court. Alexander bad Information at first hand," Mr, jik 'jNatils said, "I prefer that be should book to sell, madam. It tells hew alienated his father Milan and offended various European courts by marit, as he earn do h More latw- - to do everything. Lady (sareattioally). Does It tell rying Draga Masehla, widow of an than.; ea." J one how to get rid of a pestering engineer and a former lady in wait-lu- g Mid: ot Queen Natalie. Nepotism and "flwH-- 8 kft, one ot the oldest yeddler? Peddler (promptly). Oh, yes, mad- general favoritism still further doek whea fSbmjjf$i," M jaHry the old. eourt at Belgrade. as am. Buy onthiBg from htm. w pnw. u the U.S, EO linn 1 t Particularly was there wldo disaffection among tho army officers. DUNDEE CITIZEN What gavo greater Impetus to tho' growing conspiracy against King AlDRAGA FORffOTTEN exander was his act in suspending COMMITS SUICIDE the constitution on April 7, 1903, declared void the mandates of tho senators and councillors ot State, disS. J. WELLER, BANK CASHIER, MURDERED KING AND QUEEN OF solving tho Skupshttna and setting FOUND SWINGING BY NECK SERBIA SLEEP IN asldo various laws, Including the press law and tho election law. GRAVEYARD. IN MEATHOUSE. Late in tho night of June 10, 1903, ALEXANDER AND NEG-LECTE- D r a band of conspirators, icials and chiefly off- army offlcors, and including n eWTY"t.nl'! .... tco.. ;" Jn '."r i. """." 3 wn dust-cover- ed 2, an Aus-year- -- a ry 2, cas-uallti- es In-Ju- ry ed w Colonel Maschln, brother of Draga's dead husband, overpowered or shot down the weak palace guard and forced their way to the door ot tho No Shortage Yet Found and Cause of Cashier's Rash Act royal 'apartment. This door wbb blown" down with dynamite, and 'the Unknown. king md queen were shot and stabbed to death, and their bodies thrown out tho window Into the small garGloom was cast over the entire den Surrounding the palace. county Friday afternoon when the 'Contemporary reports describe the news was flashed that Mr. S. J. Wel- murder as taking place in the old Ko Jer, prominent citizen and cashier was told of the Dundee Deposit Bank, had nak. Tho correspondent here in Belgrade, however, that tho committed suicide by banging himtragedy occurred in a small garden-houB- e self in the meathouse at his home which stood, midway between in Dundee. Bank Examiner the old and new Konaks. This "mur- E. L. Augustus appeared In der house," aslt was named, 'Is said Dundee Friday morning for the purto havo been torn down at the order pose of going- through the books of of King Peter, who did not care to the bank. He and Mr. Welter starthave a perpetual reminder of the ed tho examination but the latter extragedy before his eyes. cused himself about 9 o'clock saying The mutilated bodies of the mur- he was going after a drink of water. dered king and queen it was report- He Is known to have gone to the ed at the time, were thrown Into Dundee Mercantile store where 'he rude wooden coffins, carried to the! procured a razor. He locked himchapel on the handcart of a sewer-clean- er self, In a room in the post office but and burled unceremoniously came out later and started towards a few hours after the murder. his home. That wa3 the last seen of Thus ended the rule and the lino him until found swinging to a ratter of the Obrenovltch, 35 years to a in the meathouse by his seventeen-yea- r day after the greatest of the line, old son about 4 o'clock In the Prince Michael, had been murdered afternoon. In the Topclnder Park west of the Passersby were attracted to ihe city. Prince Alexander of the house scene by shrieks of the boy and; ot Karageorgeyitch, father ot the I rushed to his aid. With head only present King Peter, was thrice tried a few inches from the ratters, one in Hungary for participation In that foot on a barrel where It probably murder, but after a conviction In caught during the last struggles, and one court, was acquitted by two oth- the toe of the other barely touching ers. The conspiracy of 1868 .was the floor was' the body of the desperplanned to restore the Karageorge-vltc- h ate cashier. He had apparently dynasty, and the murders of stood on a barrel, put the loop around June 10, 1903, whether or not they his neck and Jumped. Part of the had that as their principal aim, re- head ot the barrel was knocked out. sulted In Its restoration; the Skup-shtl- Death must have resulted from called Peter to tho throne strangling as the distance was not some weeks after the tragedy. King sufficient for the Jump to have brokPeter, who was at tho time In Gen- en the neck. The body was ordered eva, made a formal statement deny- taken down and the razor mentioned ing any complicity In the plot or any above was found In the pockets. guilty foreknowledge of It. Nobody No note was found. It Is thought was punished for the murder. that the first Jdea was to use the . razor as an instrument of death with the little room at the post office as MANY. INJURED IN FIGHT AT CHURCH the scene. Changing his plans, however, he resorted to banging and the Scranton, Pa., Jan. 16. Rioting, razor was likely kept for use In case which broke out between rival fac- the attempt at hanging failed. News ot the tragedy spread fast-l- y tions at the Church ot the Sacred In Du Pont, near here and soon small groups were gathHeart today, resulted In the death of one ered here and there wondering why man, the probable fatal Injury of "Jack" Weller would take his own two others and the serious injury Qt ijfe. No one doubted his hppor( no at leas! a dozen more. Knives, revol- one doubts It yet. The writer has vers and clubs played a prominent talked to men who have known him part In the riot, eleven State troop- all their lives, neighbors, friends. They all valued his friendship, praisers being among the Injured. George Grelszor, the dead man, ed, his honor and wondered at his was shot thru tho thigh, the bullet generosity. It was most likely this severing an artery. Trooper Ross generosity that indirectly caused his a death. sustained Sumer, ot Pottsville, In tho last several years Mr. Welfracture at the base ot the skull, and Joseph Tlnh, ot Du Pont, was shot ler had been forced to ay off sovthru the lungs. Neither Is expected eral debts incurred by others and to live. this with a few minor unsucesstul This church has been the scene ot business ventures had gradually halt a dozen rolts in as many weeks, eaten In upon his personal savings, ono faction objecting to the author- probably causing some despondency ity exercised by Bishop M. J. Hoban, not visible to his friends. Mr. Welof the Catholic dioceso, ot Scranton, ler must have believed ho faced a In naming a priest to take charge ot business failure and as ho saw It, the affairs of tho church, and tho there were two paths loft open to other supporting him. Every time htm. Pride forbado him tako tho priest has sought other. tho to hold services ho has been preventFuneral services for Mr. Weller ed from entering the church by tho were held at the Methodist church opposing taction, but today arrange- at Dundee Sunday morning at ten ments had boon mado to say mass o'clock conductod by Rev. J. P. under tho protection of "the Sheriff, Vanhoy. Interment was at 'Mt. Verwho called on the State police .A non cemetery, near Sulphur Springs.. detail ot a dozon troopers was on Mr. Weller Is survived by his wifo hand when services were to have and- six children; also three brothopened,' but so forbidding was the at- ers, Lafe, Robert and Tony, and two titude ot the crowd that a hurry call sisters, Mrs. Brack, of Owensboro, was sent. In for more and, twenty-fou- r and Miss Bettio Weller, at present responded. residing iu Bowling Green. . His Before the reinforcements had ar- death hutf cast a great gloom over tho rived, the mob had attacked the first little town and community where detachment and whea the second he was known so well. He would reached the scene most of the dam- have been fifty years old the 27th age had been done. A second riot of the present month, ensued la which the fighting was No Shortage Yet Found, spectacular. There have been all kind ot rumors circulated in regard to the con"I've Just heard that your little dition ot the Dundee bank. These boy. got run oyer. How did It hap- rumors were stimulated, of course, by the fact thai 'the tragedy occurred pen!" (,'He was picking up a horse shoe with the appearance of a bank examiner. According to beat information tor luek." na ot-Jesnewly-appoint- DUNDEE BANK CLOSED about the transaction. Not one word of criticism cas lw heard of Mr. Weller In Dundee. The people seem to have had simplldt fxlth In the cashier and have yet. Many of the largest depositors have4 been interviewed and they are all willing to M their accounts stand. The bank officials are now seeking; to get the affairs out of tho hands of the banking commission, make up tho shortage, if any there is, and resume business. In order to do this a new corporation will probably Reformed, take over the stock and fixtures of the old and reopen the bank. The condition of the bank as given by the last published statement, Nov. 26, is as follows: Capital stock, $15,000; Surplus fund, $2,760; loans and discounts $42,361.82; deposits, 8; $41,605.80; due from banks, Cash on hand, $2,223.61. That section of Ohio county surrounding Dundee contains some of the best farming land in the State. The people living there. are, in most cases, prosperous. In fact this sec$12,-094.6- " -- 1 i v tion Is noted throughout the South. (I I and we hope they will soon have their Institution restored to them. e GERMANS NOW MAKE LEATHERLESS It needs a bank tho people want it SHOES Berlin, Jan. IS. Forced by necessity German industry has solved another serious problem. As all leather obtainable Is necessary for the armles'in the field, the question of furnishing footwear to the population greatly troubled the authorities. Thero is no longer any danger that the German nation or at least a large part of it, will have to go barefooted. A factory at Heller-a-u, near Dresden, Is npw producing thousands ot pairs of good, service. able shoes without leather These "lea ther less' shoes may be used extensively after the war, as they are not only light and warm, but also very cheap and easy to repair. The uppers consist ot waterproof black canvas of the kind that i? used for the knapsacks of the soldiers. The soles are made of thin, panels of wood grheel together cr65s wise. Ten of these panels have a thickness of a quarter of an Inch. The wooden soles aro as elastic as tho best leather and they stand the hardest kind ot wearv Against water they are immune as the glue used to fasten the thin panels together Is not affected by temperature or mois- I fll ture. Tho heels aro made ot tho same material, or ot solid wood with a patch ot rubber to make them less ' slippery, Tho "war shoes" as they havo been called by the public, are sold In all kinds ot styles at prices ranging from $1.50 to $2.00. Grand Jury Indicts 30 In East Youngstmrn Riots. Youngstown, Ohio, January 15. The Mahoning County grand Jury which has been Investigating the riots In East Youngstown today returned Indictments charging twenty-si- x persons with rioting, carrying concealed weapons, destruction of property and burglary, All those Inworkmen livdicted are foreign-bor- n ing In East Youngstown, ee Medeet. "Do you think the hand that rocks the cradle rules the world I" "Sometimes," replied Mr. Meektoa "but not whea Henrietta goes downtown and leaves me to look after the house," Washington Star, Hartford Repuolican. 'Jflifl. ly as Its exlstcnco means much to tho people of this section. m r- - EXPORT TRADE IN FRANCE ON BOOM SHIPMENTS TO U. S. FALL OFF HUT Id PER CENT IN SPITE OF WAR. JIMJSON J. Kdltor 11AUNKTT KHTIIX IIA11NKXT, Associate Editor ,! !, tk Putofflc Ky.. iwinitl matter of th Mcond ncnordlB? to Ur ot Address at! communications TIjo Hartford Republican. to and that In somo Instances Franco is exporting moro products than in Lorain and Nutlet 10c per line and Bo ZttUi peaco time, Is a curious and unexU tor eaU addltliinal Insertion. pected situation indicated In recent jMtearlrfl, Iteaolutloiw and Card of Tu mke.Sc reports of the Minister of Finance. luonojr In ndvaiii. UrMM While France Is buying in the sum j(nh Xutlivn tor r.ervl tree, bat other edertlinnM. Sperili.e. twelve . no this year of about two billion francs inBiiai'H rdiuiuniikntlon will from tho United States, the money Tim iiatijG cry of peack. Untion now that 19 1G value of her exports to tho United Vs a safe 'bet will mark the passing of the Progres- States havo not fallen off moro than -"'12 3 sive party. Both Progressives and 10 per cent. The United States la Cctk&'taorlobxxd. CO TTjucraosV Republicans are showing a willing- France's second best customer, at ness to get together. They both present, with England her best. The ITOIDAV, JANUAIIV 21. hold their National Conventions In war merely seems to have changed Chicago June 7th and according to in many cases the accustomed comFor Instance, a all Indications tho hatchet will be mercial channels. For President 19 1G burrled at that time. There is no Frenchman wished reconily to buy V. FAIRBANKS, CHARLES reason why this amalgamation should twine In the United States for use in ot Indiana. not bo affected. Both factions of the Southern vineyards to hold up tho Grand Old Party carried their jhe vines. Because of tho lack of " How can a man "watchfully wait" point. The Bull Moose sent Taft freight spaco in ships from New Trtica those pesky submarines are back to his alma matre, while the; York, and his hurry to secure posiAppropriate, continually distracting his attention. Republicans made possible a hunting tive delivery, ho cabled to nn Ameri'How shall I press this mourning can firm in Manila, asking that the trip for the Colonel. But now that the "fhu official call for the Republican smoko of battle has passed we real- twlno be forwarded direct from there. suit?" "I guess you had better tako a It is in the exportatlons of France State XJanmitlon to be held In ize what a mess we made. And but IxmlsvHle, March 1st, has been for the European War the realiza- to tho United Stntea that may seem sad Iron." tion would be brought home much somo odd phases ot war business. The total number of blind persons basis, for more Impressively. No doubt of Thus, on a ;3Usp year. Imagine tne young that, gentle reader. War orders have table fruits Iter 1913 exportatlons throughout the world is roughly essoldier fiolng back to his home town kept us from starving, and we were 2,77S,06Q francs whereas for timated at 2,390,000, tho United swranden, and all the boys In the should now prepare for the days of the present year Franco sold to the States having something over army. Blindness Is less common here peace. If we fall to use the wheels United Stages In the sum of 7,187,000 la our brain now, the wheels of our francs. Franca sold to tho United than in most other countries. "When a fellow gets a perfumed to revolve later. States 3,187,000 francs worth of factories letter these days ho never knows un- We'll get will cease then we'll make perfumeries and soaps, an Increase together, til he opens It whether it is from his our FOR FLETCHER'S of 1,237,000 francs over 1913. Her little changes. girl or a protest from the State Mr. Wilson Is an honest man, sin- sales of milk, butter and cheese have Department. cere no doubt, and scholarly. Just increased from 1,727,000 francs in Public Sale. Any "Republican, even tho he bo the man to make a good class room 1913, to 2,787,000 francs for the The undersigned Committee, of the jnosB-baccan pledge his support lecture, vWe've given Taft to Yale so first ten months of 1915. Her human to "Wilson In case of war without let's keep up the generous "spirit, hair sales are practically the same West Kentucky Petroleum Company, duly thereunto authorized by the fear of Interfering with his loyalty boys, and give Wilson back to Prince- this year as In other years, being francs. Her wine sales aro stockholders of said Company, will, ton. Are we mistaken, Harvard, or to anyone else. ' on January 31st, 191G, at about one almost normal, at 8,086,000 francs. did we hear you ask for Teddy? a & on tho J. T. Snell In the effort of her people to make o'clock p. m Committee has The State Central Lincoln ProtectUe Club. up for the enormous Import bill, her leasehold, about flvo miles east of decided to have eight delegates-at-Jars- e The Lincoln Protective Club of sales of artificial flowers and fruits Hartford, Ky., expose for sale to the to tho Republican National Convsntion this year, instead of four Louisville, Ky., will give their sec- have Jumped to 5,135,000 francs a highest bidder, for cash, all of the vote. ond annual banquet at the Seelbach sum almost twice that of normal property and assets of the Company, and each will have one-haThe same fact holds good Including the following: Is a wise decision as it makes Hotel on Saturday evening, Feb. 12, years. This About 1500 acres of oil and gas possible a more equal representa- 1916 at 7 o'clock p. m. In celebra- for fancy fans, buttons, brushes and toys. leaseholds, on which are located four ot tho different parts of the tion of Lincoln's birth. tion Hon. Wm. Hale Thompson, MayA striking fact of comparison is producing oil wells, with derricks, Slate. or of Chicago, 111., will be the prin- brought out in automobile, sales. tuhlng'and carrying rods; t 800 bbl. Better get your tickets early for cipal speaker. Hon. Ed. P. Morrow, France bought 170,401,000" francs tanks; 7 250 bbl. tanks; 1 100 bbl. that Utile 'melodrama." It will do Hon. E. T. Franks and Hon. E. C. worth of automobiles and motorcy- tank; 1 20 bbl. tank; 2 receiving your sole good to go, for there Is O'Rear will also deliver addresses at cles during 'the first ten months of tanks; 2 25 H. P. boilers; 2 25 H. P. hand- this banquet. this year, as against 4,418,000 francs F. & M. oil engines; 3 20 II. P. jotaB to bo some No formal Invitations will be Is- ,in 1913", and sho is selling to the Drilling Engines; 1 16 H. P. boiler; shaking like you never saw before. 2,461,000 francs 1 Snow pump; 10,000 ft. 2 In. water Meanwhile you had better prepare sued, but every Republican In Ken- United States line; 5,000 ft. 2 In. oil line; 400 ft. ihr intake settings for that one act tucky and all others who desire to worth. While France Is buying twenty 10 in. casing; 800 ft. 8 In. casing; comedy of your own for the vaude- attend are cordially invited. Banquet tickets wllbe $1.50 each. times as much grain from tho United 1500 ft. 6 in. casing; 1 fot 1& 2 fn. ville troop of William J. is 'shore Please reserve your plate at least States as normally, she Is sending fittings; 1 donkey pump; 1 lot 1 fn. comln to town," one week In advance. to the United States twico as much pipe; 1 lot tubing and rod tools; 1 r "Prosperity" is a large ship that, Call on, or write to Alvis S. Ben- seed grain as in 1913, or in the sum tool house and conteuts; 2 small profes- nett, Secretary, Room 438 Seelbach of nearlyy 15,000,000 francs. according to an houses; 1 span mules, wagon and sor, Bet sail for this country in Hotel, Louisville, Ky. Altho Franco is buying twenty harness; 1 string drilling tdols comthe year 1913. The good ship was times as much leather foods from plete, Including extra 1 25 H. P, torpedoed by an unknown submar- LETTER FROM HIS MOTHER the United States as in peaco years, boiler, 1 25 H. P. drilling engine,, SAVES MAX FINE IN ALTON she is nevertheless, exporting to tho and lot of miscellaneous tools and ine. Small bits of the wreck have United States 6,000,0v00 francs more supplies. 3en picked up by the Allies and The love of a mother many mlle3 of the same goods than she usually nrpugbt hero but nothing has been The Committee reserves the right to reject any and all bids. heard Jrom the remainder. The away yesterday obtained freedom or does. Hartford, Ky., January 20th, I91C m wireless .operator at Washington John Munger, who was tried in the ROWAN HOLBHOOK, very frequently imagines that he re-- Police Court In Alton on a charge Liven up Your Torpid Liver. JLhe messago, "coming," but of disorderly conduct. I. P. BARNARD, To keep your liver active uso Dr. R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN. When called to the stand to an King's New Life Pills. They Insure his apparatus 'mutt tie wrong for the never arrived. A searching swer the charge, plunger turned to good digestion, relievo constipation, ship has To Cure Children's Colds. and tone up tho whole system party is now being organized and the judge and said: Keep child dry, clothe comfortably "Well, whatever I may have done, keep your eye clear and your skin Bet sail on the 7th day of thc-- will fresh and healthy looking. Only 25c. avoid exposure and give Dr. Bell's I have a good mother." June, 191G. It is pleasant, 2 Ho then handed the judge a letter at your Druggist. soothing, antiseptic, raises phlegm is no more. Carranza, from his mother, with a request that Gen. Huerta OLII-TIM- E and reduces inflamation. Tho first the man recognized as the president the court read It. The Judge then WRITES OF THE QUILTING PART? doso gives relief, continued treatto allow his re- read aloud the letter, which advised of Mexico refused ment with proper care will avoid sermains to bo burfcd In the country of her son to be temperato and to asso"Aunt Dinah's quilting party" is ious illness or a long cold. Don't demay have been a ciate only with good companions. his birth. Huerta and thief. Ho Tho letter contained several passa- more famiriar to youth of the pres- lay treatment. Don't let your child murderer, a specimen of Mex- ges from thd Bible, and asked the son ent day In song than in experience, suffer. Get a bottle today. Insist on would ho a rare 25c. at hut Harriet Beecher Stowc, In "The Dr. Bell's ican were he not. Ouo of his last to read them every day. 2 Minister's Wooing" has set a vivid Druggists. of tochill acts, however, when the "Read that letter ten tlme3 Now record of what wa3 onco tho chief dcaUi was driving tho warmth from day. That 13 your sentence. A MUltury Funeral. many an Anl'erican lils body, when tho few that loved go," 'the Judge said alter he had social function in Fort Myer Is at tho entrance of Iiiin hud gathered to shed their tears finished reading tho letter. St. vlllago. She writes: "By two o'clock a goodly company tho National Cemetery at Arlington t. or sorrow, was to forglvo his ene- Louis began to assemble. Mrs. Deacon and troops of tho garrison act as es mies. That shows tho character of Twltchel arrived, soft, pillowy, and cort at military funerals. Onco seen. Not Sntkfiittuiy. Greaser Pilce man thlsiproud jyiilskored ceremony is nover quite For the, car load of tobacco ship plaintive as over, accompanied by tho solemn really is who refuses to allow tho deposit ped from Hnrtford to Owensboro Cerlnthy Ann, a comely damsel, tall forgotten. I chanced to bo at tho hody of ono of his race to be eye and. a garrison a few wooks ago when tho cd in tho earth of his native land last Friday tho growers received an and trim, with a black brlgadler-genertook avorago ot about ?5 per hundred most vigorous and determined style burial of a Huerta was truly 'the man without j Good Mrs, Jones, placo with full military honors. When pounds of movement. Tho car contained 20,700 n country." cortege, entered tho miliand from tho above price was taken broad, expanslvo, and solid, having the funeral o tary reservation, cannon boomed out very in ,,er cent for warehouse charges. vegetated tranquilly on in tho The Woller tragedy was a Bolomn announcement of the apgarden of tho virtues deeply folt throughout Ohio county , The loaders of this car aro Messrs pall proach. Distant strains ot a grand whero tho dead cashier was so well L. P. Lashbrook, El Crabtree, L. i brought somo fresh butter, n.tln dlrgo came faintly up from the val lmown .and liked. Frlonds hero ab- Turner, Ben Bennett, Rhoads, Plum-m- of cream, and a loaf of cako mado ley below and mingled with the Philadelphia receipt." Bennott, Dewey Ward, Leslie after a new solutely Tetuso to bellovo that ho fired by the battery nt stated in"Tho quilt pattern waB gloriously the Dun- Combs and W. S. Wheeler, and they willfully took a cent from In Indigo; tervals. Nearer and nearer It camo, dee hank nnd say that if there is a feei that tho prlco obtained Is under drawn In oak leaves, dono young and until tho broad avenue under trees and soon all the company, nhortago at all It is duo to nn error tho real value of the wped. fun-orold, wcro passing busy fingers over It, brilliant In autumn follnge, tho They are at a loss In cortege broko into view. It Gen. Huertu Dead. and conversation went on briskly. would take to understand why ho "Madamd de'Frontlgnac, wo must was led by the mounted band and Gen. Vlctorluno Huerta, former his own life for scores of them help him dictator of Mexico, died at El Paso, not forget to say, had entered with hundreds of cavalry and artillerywould have "boon Tcady to . .. r n .wirtPtinv Tim nsslstant Tex., last Thursday. Ho was the hearty abandon Into tho spirit ot (ho men on finely xaparlsonod horses. plot against day. She had dressed the tall china At the gate ot the cemetery a halt cashier and other oincers ot the bank i moving spirit In tho With tho over-j- f vases on tho mantloplece, and, de- was made and the great military esice fluro there is no shortage, but- ( President Madero. In government parting from the usual rulo of an cort spread into a semicircle. bo promt- throw of the lator's Jbpro should provo to p was tho row ot canmen aro willing to put ho took seat as Provisional Presl-ii- equal mixture of roses and asparagus tho background went Uundeo constructed two quaint non from which the salute had been refused to mis amount in order that the , dont. Tho United States July, 914 bushes, had bouquets where garden fired, tho smoko still rising in soft and graceful may Immediately resume bus- - rocognlzo him and in hank flowers wero mingled with drooping curling clouds. Tho band played an 1,e l,Pcd th,s ,n8U" ' w,tU hU resourc08 exhausted, ho roIt ineea grasses and trailing wild vines, form- -' Impressive military dirge. Tho gilt- be closed permanent- - 'sned and fled tho country. will not WOTICUTO SUDSCRIBERS krliiR th. iiiii.erwntto n new r2HKltfe' t (?lTa the old nddrw In making the Aitv tr KOlt TUN COUNTRY EDITOR. A fellow came . in our oulco tho otli;r day and said ho wanted to Wo lookrd pay his subscription. him up and our mailing list showed him paid up to tho 28th of August, 101G. Ho said there must bo some mistake as his receipt showed that his subscription expired January 1. He then produced tho receipt which wni ns ho said, gave us a dollar and went away contented. This is no myth, fellows. Tho man Is flesh and blood. He lives here and we will be glad to show him to any of our newspaper friends who may deilre lo meet him. Par(ls, trade is That tho French export not paralyzed by tho war, Ing a graceful combination which excited tho surprlso of all who saw It." "Unrestrained gayotlea followed. Groups of young men and maidens chatted together, and all the gallantries of tho times wcro enacted. matrons commented on tho cako and told each other high and partl-:ulsecrets In tho culinary art which they drow from remote famimight havo ly nrclilovcs. Ono learned In that Instructive assembly how best to keep moths out of blankets, how to mako fritters of from corn undlstlngulshablo oysters, how to bring up babies by hand, how to mend a cracked teapot, how to tako out grease from a how to reconcile- absoluto decrees with free will, how to mako o flvo yards of cloth answer tho of six, and how to put down tho Democratic party." "Vain transitory splendors! Even this evening, so glorious, so heart cheering, so fruitful in instruction and amusement, could not last forever. Gradually tho company broko up; tho matrons mounted soberly on horseback behind their spouses, and Cerlnthy consoled her clerical friend by giving him nn opportunity to read her a lecture on the way home, If ho found tho courage to do so." Christian Sclenco Monitor. So-rlo- us ar bro-:ado, pur-oos- ill ''ft Ie Wflllllllllllllllllii ' lik?r"iiffi In-Jl- an For MONEV W m mr Mm. uix'.v .7 TV &i Mm J i now 1-- for yoir. the time to (jet "big value" money, come into our. jtoue 'u AND YOU WILL Go OUT WITH Bid BUNDLE-- OF OUR 5PLENDID GOODS FOR LITTLE MONEY. BRING IN THE DON'T COME IN ALONE. WHOLE FAMILY AND RIG THEM OUT FROM THE HEAD-5- M 57,-00- 0. TIPJOF . CROWNJOF TINY TOEJ To THE GRANDMA'J AND GRANDPA' 3 BABY'-- lxt Children Cry CASTORI A WHEN YOU BUY AND TRY OUR' GOOD GOOD.5, YOU WILL MAKE OUR STORE YOUR 5TORE. k, CARSON IIOCORPORATBD. CO. lf Hartford, Kentucky. )SSS999SSSSS$S$SS; ONE YEAH $4.00 . SIX MONTHS $2.00 COURIER - JOURNAL AND Daily By Mail NOT SUNDAiy k FARM and FAMILY $ A GREAT MONTHLY MAGAZINE DURING JANUARY AND FEBRUARY ONLY cut-thro- at Special Rate Period Limited to These Two Months. Pine-Tar-Hon- Special Combinalion at a Little Over Half the Regular Price. Subscription orders at tlijs rate will bo accepted only when sent through regular Courier-JournAgent in this district. Irieix-tfox-c-l, al Globe-Democra- ul cab-bng- Ky. COURIER-JOURNA- L er CO., Louisville, Ky; sa-lu- to al hooTc-keepln- g. terlug tips of four hundred sabres pointed akyward In the sunlight as tho cavalry stood at attention, man and horse alike Immovable, while the caisson bearing tho casket passed through the gates ot Arlington, preceded by a platoon from tho garrison, which was to fire tho last volley. The simple committal service became at onco dramatic. At the close three volleys wero fired over the grave; the clear notes ot a flag-drap- !S - buglo sounded "Taps." tation Then lowed a moment of stillness that was Inexpressively profound, aud tho solemn ceremony was ended. Bui there aro no sombre trappings of woo In a military funeral. In their placo la a glitter of gold lace , una uruilant uniform; tho flash of sauro and", sound of martial music," And tho Stars and Stripes blot out 6iooui ana give a natrlotlcrstilen to tno sccno. 'Training tho Trooper," Mrs. George P, Richards, fol j. iiwum magazine ior January, ur Dimes Versus Dollars To the Hoifse-Wiues of Oiilo b'oilnty: been appointed private secretary to J. Gobdc, secretary, of the Kentucky State Fair Association, at a salary of $1,000 a year. There has been considerable argument as to whether or not It la cor rect to say, "wend your way." I don't know whether It Is correct English or not but I do know you will mako no nilBtako by wending your I way to tho Green Front for your Groceries. Farmers Phone. "PUP" THOMAS, Prop. W, Prince Albert is such friendly tobacco t r (' & want to make your dimes do the work of dollafs? If you do, we want to PUT YOU NEXT, by saying to you that' on Wednesday, the 19th, we expect 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 advertised, and every advertised article in stock. We shall expect you. Tell the news to your neighbors, and remember this, THAT Do you Your Chance To liny Groceries. Other business Interests requiring o my attention, I am offering my stock of groceries to tho public at actual cost. Salo now In full swlrtg and If you fall In and tnko advantngo of this opportunity you are punishing your pocket book v Everything goes for cash. en-tlrp E5wwiKeBt.a S2""Trotil ss pipe and cigarette smoke long, long ago. He counts it lost time, quick as the goodness of' Prince Albert gets firm set in his life I The patented process fixes that and cuts out: bite and parch I that it just makes a man sorry he didn't get wind of this Get on the soon as you know how! Understand yourself how much you'll like right-smoke-track U. S. CARSON, Hartford, Ky. Mrs. I'anUliurst Admitted. Washington, Jan. 17. Mrs. Era-mell- Fringe Albert the national joy smoke '41 l Pankhurst, the suffragist x.t w . It stands to reason, doesn't It's eay to change the thapa and color of unsalable brand to imitate the Prince Albert tidy red tin, but it is impossible to imitate tho flavor of Princo Albert tobacco! Tho ,- leader, now on parolo in Now York under the immigration authorities, will be formally admitted to the United States soon after the papers In her case reach Washington. President Wilson Is opposed to her Mrs. Pankhurst Is working In behalf of the Serbian relief movement. Watch your step! sswcV as? IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Itki&Cb, Hartford .Republican. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21. L., H. & ST. L. R. R. TIME TABLE. No. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 p.m. No. 110 duo at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m. Ar. Irvington .. 5:35 p.m. Lv. Irvington .. 5:50 p.m. Ar. Loulavlllo .7:40 p.m. Lv. Loulavlllo .. 8:35 a.'m. No. Ar. Irvington ..10:00 a. m. Lv. Irvjngton ..10:40 a.m. 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch Ill n. I ... 5,. South Bound, ' rtDuo'at M., & E. R. R. TIME TABLE. No. 115 8:45 a. m. Hartford North Bound, No. 114 5:55 p. m. Due at Hartford. . (Both "Mixed Trains.) . x Mr. Raymond Phillips left last week for San Antonio, Texas. Mr. R. E. Leo Slmmerman waB In Loulsvlllo and Frankfort this week. Miss Artlo May, or Owensboro is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Woodward. For big bargains in Real Estate eo Holbrook & Parks; Hartford, ' Ky. Mrs. B. W. Napier will leave tomorrow for a short visit' to Nashville. Mis Elizabeth Mooro attended the funeral of Mr. S. J. Weller of Dundee Sunday. Mrs. Karl Anderson has accepted a position as stenographer for Mr. H. P. Taylor. Mr. Harry Bridges, of Louisville was the guest of Mr. J. W. Ford and family last week. Mr. M. L.Heawln"W8 tho guest of Dr. C. M. Heavrln and family of Owensboro last week. Tho infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Casebler, Dukehurst, was burled In Oakwood Sunday. Miss Susie May has returned from Graham whero sho nursed a patient for Dr. O. Ross Bennett. ' . Mr. Jno. B. Wilson was called to Prentiss Sunday on account of tho severe Illness of his father, Mr. Levi . Wilson. OrvlUo, Bennett, of Fort Scott, Mrs. Arkansas who has boen appointed Court stenographer arrived hero Tuesday. I , Rev. R.'D. Bennet and wife have returned 'home from an extended bvtolttetlM; daughter, Mrs. Wilson, OI , AIMt- - ,.""Trf . - ' Special CASH Sale For Friday rind Saturday, Jan. 21 and 22. 1 can Vlssmnn's Lard $0.00 1 can PUro Hog Lard 93.75 Good Flour 90.75 1 bushel Meal. 85c Cane Sugar $0.35 100-lbBeet Sugar 90.20 5teri,v s. Beet Sugar 91.00 , 1 bag Mussle Shells 80c 1 bag Grit 85c Copyright 111 Navy Beans 75c by II. J. Reynold! Totacco u. s. Beans 75c Pink 1 bag Hen Feed , .92.10 1 doz. Climax Corn 91.30 1 doz. 15c Peas.. . , 91.25 1 doz. Home Pack Tomatoes. .91.05 1 doz. cans Kraut 00c 1 doz. cans Lye Hominy.. 80c 10c Soda day night of pneumonia. His re8 bars Lenox Soap 25c PNEUMONIA CLAIMS s. mains were brought to Hartford and Good Coffee 91.20 s. interred in Oakwood Wednesday Peaberry Coffee 91.80 HER TOLL OF DEATH morning. Young Bozarth had. been 36c Chase & Sanborn Cofsick about ten weeks. fee 91.15 . 25c Chaso & Sanborn Cof- '. .'.05c Further Notice. fee MANY GOOD CITIZENS HAVE ..'.-.- . 15c To those who owe us, your fail2 boxes Oatmeal PASSED AWAY SINCE ure to make some settlement with 7 'rolls Toilet Paper 25c . LAST ISSUE. us now, will jeopardize a further ex4 rolls 10c Toilet Paper 25c tension of credit to you. 92.25 J Pure Hog Lard Doctors 15c Klng Bon of Mr. and, Mrs. 1 doz. Jumbo Pickles . Arch StnlswortH Dead. Charlie E. W. FORD, " 1 36o Mop . . . 30c t Jno. "T. KlrigTs 111 of pneumonia. Mr., Arch Stalsworth died, at his ', A. B. RILEY; 1 40c Broom 35c home just outside of Hartford WedWhlttinghlll, of Bow- Grape Fruit Mr. James B. F. TICHENOR, 5o . each nesday evening at 6 o'clock of pneu1 ling Green, attended tho funeral and 1 25c can Calumet Baking PowJ. W. TAYLOR, sick several monia,. had burial of his cousin, Mr. Charles B. L. B. BEAN, der ..20c days andHorecentlyben little hope was Sullcnger, Wednesday. J. R. PIRTLE, 1 largo box Oatmeal with China. 25c entertained for his recovery. .Funeral E. B. PENDLETON, 930.00 Mrs. C. itoss Bennett, and child, 1 145.00 Range Stove services were held at the residence OOc . of Graham, arrived yesterday for a Join the Library yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock after POND RUN. 50c visit to Mrs. Bennett's parents, Esq. 1 75c K. K. Knife were Interred in Jan, 18, 1916. We are having 1 $1.00 K. K. Knife 75c which tho remains and Mrs. J.-- H. Patton. Oakwood cemetery. some cold weather at present. 91.00 Iler's Grocery has Just received 1 barrel Salt Mr. Stalsworth was a young man, Mr. Chlnn gave the young folks a Yours for more business, another largo, shipment of. Cupa and being 34, and was very popular party Saturday night. ' J. C. ILER. Saucers, Plates and many other new among his friends. He leaves a wlfo Misses Carrie Russell and Marga-re- tt - sec. things. Call around andand four children. Tomerlln spent Monday night DEFINITE DATE FOR Mr. C. E. Smith, after spending with Mr. Ed. Ashby and family. QUITTING PHILIPPINES Sunday at homo here, left Monday They also spent last Wednesday Death of Charles B. Sullenger. morning for Calhoun to be in atWashington, Jan. 17. A definite Mr. Charles D. Sullenger,. died at night with Misses Edna and Novia tendance at McLean Circuit Court. date for tho withdrawal of the his homo here Tuesday morning at Ross. Mis Edna Ross was the guest of Mr. Chicken, have your boss go to United States from tho Philippines 1 o'clock of pneumonia after an illIler's Grocery and buy you some should be sot now, with the under ness of several days. Short funeral Miss Ruth Graham last Sunday. Misses Altha Robinson, Maggie Hun Meat Scraps. Poultry Bone, Char standing that a neutralization treaty services were conducted by the Rev. coal, Musalo Slic'ljs, Grit'- - fcnei' Chick to protect the Islands would bo ne- Gwinn Wednesday morning at 10 ter, Bessie Graham and Mr. Clyde gotiated at the closo of tho Europe- o'clock at the residence just across Robinson were out of school last en Feed. The executive Committee qf the' an war, Chairman Stone, of the For- tho nought river bridge, after which week on account of sickness but are Ohio County Good Road's Associa- eign Relations Committee, declared the remains were burled in the Mil- back In this week. Nearly everybody around hero has tion will meet in the law ofllce of, today during debate on tho Philip- ton Taylor burying grounds. Burial He said he favored an services were conducted by the local been sick with but la grippe & Slmmerman this afternoon pine bill. Glenn amendment in line with Senator tent of tho Maccabees of which the they are all better.--' at 1 o'clock. providing that deceased was a charter member, The stork visited the home of Mr. Join Iler's Rotary Library and Clarke's resolution In two Mr. Sullenger was 53 years old at Charlie-Deckof Simmons last Satnew Books and then go to tho United States withdraw read tho years after having arranged a neu- the time' tit death. Ho Is survived urday and left a fine girl. tho motion picture, show and see the pact. by a daughter, Mrs. Earl IMckard; Miss Marie Crowder and sister replay. Ninety cents only for Friday tralisation Earlier In tho day Chairman two sons, Darrel and Barnett and turned home Wednesday from visand Saturday. Hitchcock, of tho Philippine com- an uncle, Mr. George B. Sullenger, iting relatives at McHenry. e ad mittee, had discussed the Clarko res- of Erin, Tenn. His wife, who was Read carefully tho big : of E. P. Barnes & Bro., In this issue, olution with President Wilson. He Miss Viola Barnett, preceded him Women of Sedentary Habits: This progressive firm offers you said later the President did not fa- twelve years. Women who get but little exercise many bargains during their sale are likely to be troubled with convor it. which begins January 22. stipation and indigestion and will Senator Shafroth, of the comDies Surrounded by Water. Eld. Hr"B7Gwlnn and" wife will mittee, said he, too, favored neutralMr. Floyd Iirt son, age 20, died at find Chamberlain's Tablets highly leave Monday for Jamestown,. Ky., ization. his home about four miles below beneficial. Not so good.as' a three or whore Rev. Gwinn has been called as (Democrat) Hartford. Saturday at 5 p. m. His four mile walk every day, but very Senator Newlands pastor. Hartford people regret that said he also favored withdrawal, but residence is on the banks of Rough much better than to allow the bow Mr. Gwlnn's work will take them believed the Senate should be in- river and owing to the high water, els to remain In a constipated condielsewhere. formed as to what responsibility the It waa.necessary to bring the remains tion. They are easy and pleasant Build a business of your 'own. Bo United States might And still resting to Hartford In ft, gasoline launch to take and most agreeable In effect. m Independent. Retail our Sanitary upon it. from whence they were taken to Obtainable everywhere. Brushes at Big Profits. For particuPleasant Ridge for burial. Durocs For Sale. Program. lars address, For 9 I will sell you a 5 months NORTH BRIDGE COMPANY, Tho Sunday School Convention jot Mrs. Nancy Smith. old pig that you can't buy from tho Freeport, 111. Mrs. Nancy Smith died at the res- the Ohio Co, Association of Mission Pig Breeder for less than $20. If Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Smith, of Mt. idence of her son, Jim, Smith, on ary Baptist will meet at Beaver Dam pedVernon, III., who have, been tho you don't believe me write for tho Holbrook farm, 3 miles below Baptist Church Sunday, Jan. 30, guests of Mr. and Mrs. H ,E. Mlschko igree, also breed Sows, Guilts and Hartford Sunday night. Death was 1916, at 9:45 a, m, Wyandotte chickens and eggs, Exercises and for several days will leave tomorrow Whlto 9:45 Devotional due to heart troublo. The deceased for Guthrie, where they will visit complained of being cold and had S. S. hour. Ky. Deaver Dam, their son before returning homo. 10:00 Report pt School and entho son build up tho flro. A few Latest reports from Mr. Levi WilAn alligator pear tree In Whlttlor, minutes later he fouud that she had rollments of Messengers. 10:60 Reading Minutes and apson, near Prentiss fatherof Judgo Cal., Is probably tho most valuable expired. Owing to tho high water re- point Committee on Banner. Jno. B. Wilson, who has been dan- fruit tree In the world. It Is insured It was necessary to bring tho 10:55 Song. gerously III of grip and complicaagainst wind and flro by Lloyds of mains hero In a boat. Burial was 11:00 Doctrinal Sermon, Eld. J. tions, say that ho Is some better and London for ?30,000. LaBt year it at Oakwood Tuesday. N. Jarnugin, Is a slight hopo for bis produced 3,000 pears, averaging tho that there Noon Lunch at the Church. recovery. Delbert Bozarth. grower 50 cents each. It also pro1:00 Song Service and prayer. Bozarth, ago 12 and son Delbert Friends of Miss Minnie Renfrow, duced 11.500 worth of bud wood, 1:15 How to Maintain a Teachwho formerly lived here, will bo. making a total production of $3,000 of Mr, Joo Bozarth, died at the home Beaver Dam Mon- - er's Training Class, AV M. Fair and .of his father in glad to learn that she has recently for tho year. 100-11)s. lC-lb10-lb- s. 10-lbb. 10-lb10-lb- "s.N'J? .0 .X': - patented e protect umtl procen nation, all over the world, prefer P. A. that it must have all the qualities to satisfyyourfondestdesires? Men, get us right on Prince Albert! We tell you this tobacco will prove better than you can figure our, it's so chummy and fragrant and inviting all the lime. Can't cost you more than 5c or 10c to get ypur bearings I half-poun- it, that if men all over the K Cay Prince Albert avmrywhtra tobacco it sold In toppy rsd bat: Set tidy tsd tins,d 10c r handsoms pound snd tin humidors and in that classy crystal - glass pound humidor toith spongmmoistsnsr top that hssps thm tobacco in such sirsat trim I R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Winston-Sale- N. C ' . 20-lb- s. .- W. C. Loyal. Churches It35 Can Country an evergreen Sunday? Maintain C. M. Taylor, Alvin Ross. 1:55 Tho Need ot Education fa Religious Work, Eld. G. B. Bockery. 2:10 Song and Collection;. , 2:15 How to maintain a-- Youbb: Mens' Class in Sunday School,. Vilas Peters, Eld. R. L. CreaL. 2:35 Methods of opening; Sunday School, Dr. E. W. Ford, EM. Birch Shields. 2:65 Sunday Schools) ; and i.Missions, Eld. A. T. Ross and. Eld. Z. Ferrell. Amendand '3:16 Business . ;,, ments. ' 3:30 Adjournment.. The Banner of the Convention now, held by Roslne S. S., will be given to the largest delegation. Come and bring your friends to this Convention. Beaver Dam will gladly welcome all. who majr come. BIRCH SHIELDS.. tft '' R. L. CREAL Committee. '' mid-wint- er t : How To Cure Coldw. J ! right. Avoid exposure and drafts. Eat Take Dr. King's New Discovery. It is prepared from Pine Tar, healing balsams and mild laxatives. Dr. King's New D,wOvery kills aad expels the cold germst soothes tho n. er Irritated throat and allays In&ama-tloIt heals the mucous taemftntae. Search as you will, you 'cannot SB a belter cough and cold remedy. 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Tho corn club Idea, which has been received with so much enthusiasm by American boys, has recent'the ly been Introduced In Brazil. minister of agriculture of that country considers It a splendid means of increasing the nation's corn crops, and with the help ot the Departmtnt of Commerce has succeeded In starting over 300 boys' corn clubs during the past year. The bulletins of our Department of Agriculture dealing with the corn club movement have been translated Into Portuguese for tho benelU of the boys of Brazil, and have done a grcnt deal toward making the experiment a success. Already tho clubs have results. Accomplished encouraging At the first Brazilian corn exposition held at San Paulo recently, many boy were awarded prizes for their fine exhibits of corn. vicinity, of the better markets theso small farms- - succeed only In localities where they have distinct advantages foe, tho particular typo of farming which they follow." Fnrmstcml Improvement. The size of a farm business Is not necessarily measured or limited by tho number of acres In a farm, one of the field men of tho department, engaged In farm survey work, reports the caBC of n Wisconsin farm- -' er. so situated as to make it impos- slblo for him to buy or rent more land, who solved tho problems of small acreage by "speeding up" tho 80 acres that, ho had. This farmer's first move was to dlsposo of his scrub cows and to re- placo them with grades and pure- breds; next, wlthoift great expense, 'he improved tho sanitary condition of his barns'. He established a cropping system- - based on corn and choosing the latter rather than clover, because on his farm It produces at least 50 per cent more feed per acre than does clover, and Is much more dependable. Pastures have now entirely dis appeared from this farm, because its owner has -- demonstrated that one acre of corn and one of alfalfa together furnish him with more feed than do five ncre3 of pasture. His herd, housed In Improved, 'well-fe- d d and thoroughly a clean, ventilated barn, Is yielding him more than double tho milk he formerly got from his scrub herd. Furthermore, tho quality of the milk has Improved, and he demands and gets the , article. price of a first-clas- s net InIncreased The largely come Which this farmer now receives from tho sale of milk and of purebred cattle is based on the comparatively small changes in his type of farming, which have augmented his business without entailing any increase in the size Of his farm, A comparison of this farm with other dairy farms recently studied" by the department Indicates that the example of this Wisconsin man might will be followed, In general, by any dairy farmer who lives where dairy products' are high priced and who has a low grade herd, provided he has sufficient knowledge of cattle to dairy cows the care give high-clas- s that they demand. well-lighte-- cords will help you In your business. We Knock the Spots Out of Things Tho Inventory Is the first step. It should Include land, buildings, llVo stock, machinery, grain and other supplies, and bills receivable. When these aro listed and given a conservative value, deduct tho bills pay- French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a Superior Manner. able, and you have, tho net worth of your boslncss. Send us your Garments and Have A Bcrles of articles on farm ac- I Them counting, by Kirk Griggs, a busy Gage County farmer, Is now appearCLEANED CLEAN ing In Independent Farmer. Thu Packages called for and delivered. fact that Mr. Griggs Is a busy farmer and yet finds time to keep re- THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB cords of his farming operations A. Ivn Nail, Prop. ought to create In you a desire to follow him closely. Independent HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. ORiroreansioia-ia- l Ladies' and Men's Garments vmm rWASHPiGTO) HOTEL Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law UAHTFORU, KY. Will practices hia profcukm fa Iblt and adjoining counties. CommoroUl and Criminal Practice a Specialty. D.C. lOtCL OFAMCraCAN Irt'aelty'wfiers It first - IDCAL5 Barnes. & Smith Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. W. H. llanwi and C. W. Smith announce that they have form-- a partnership for the general practice of law, except criminal and dlvor cases. Mr. Smith being County Attor ney la prevented from practicing eucb ceases. Mr. Darnus will Individually IdOffices accept such practice. Republican building, Hart Hartford ford, K" MoBsra. -- good hotels countrymen,,.- iui.t7iClfctbjarij.oUtt It abound, thaPownaUn beads.ths Farmer. Diversity of Farm Enterprise. In most Instances where studies on the profits In farming have been made, particularly In our oldest agricultural districts, such studies Indicate that the most successful farms are those who have from two to four major sources of Income; I. e., they and diversified have a.woll-balancd- d It business. In certain Instances mfiftty better to have only one enterprise, but usually when one crop pays much better than all others tho production of It Increases rapidly and soon tho price falls to the point where other crops or products are equally as profitable. Diversified farming Is often confused with farming where there is a little of everything and not much of anything. Either extreme lessens the chances of success. When the price of certain crops Is very low then live stock usually becomes desirable. However, If the returns per animal are poor, cash crops even at a low price are business essential. A insures against losses and provides St much better uitllzatlon of the labor and- equipment. well-balanc- ed xpects Passage of Rural Credit Bill. a A rural credit bill, providing land mortgage system, will be Introduced and passed at the coming .session of Congress, according to a prediction made by Senator Fletcher of Florida, chairman of the United States Commission on Rural Credits. Senator Fletcher has been sitting recently with the Joint commission of Congress on rural credits. He said he did not believe a bill providing for personal credit would be passed, but that he thought it .likely some amendments would be jnade to the federal reserve act, making it easier for farmers to obtain personal credit at lower rates of In- terest. "The great need of a rural credit States is system In the United shown," ho said, "from he fact that today the mortages on the homes and property of farmers of the country amount to $2,000,000,000, and the farmers are paying from 8 to 20 per cent on this vast sum of money. No Industry in the country could stand such a strain." Senator Fletcher said In order to get the bill passed It might be necessary to have It elastic in scope, so that In some parts of tho country a highly centralized rural credit system might be adopted, while in others a more Independent system might be had. The needs of the various jeectlons of the country would have to be considered, he said. Keep tho Sows Alone. I do not 'keep my brood sows with other hogs during winter. Where a large number is kept It is Impracticable to winter old and mature sows with young growing animals, as the mature hogs are greedier in feeding and soon crowd the young ones out. By keeping hogs of a size together much better results are obtained than Is otherwise the case.. Then, sows are kept too, when the with a lot of older hogs and pushed and shoved about along toward far- rowing time they are apt to be Injur ed. Many dead pigs are farrowed Just for this reason. I take When spring approaches ray sows up from tho fields and confine them In closer quarters, where I can separate one from another and conveniently care for them and their litters. I thus avoid Injury to the fields when they are soft Farm Life. in-p- ls Winter Cnro of Animals. Now that tho cold and rery days aro about at hand It Is fitting that the farmer turn his attention to the of the comforts and discomforts young nnlmals In his care. If the lots, floors or beds become wet, and the pelts of lambs, pigs, and calves gather moisture Indoors and out, the feeble animals become chilled, and the body warmth of oven the robust Is taxed, so that a part of the feed goes only as so much fuel to maintain the normal temper ature. This increases tho food of support and lowers tho amount to bo directed to increase of growth. Dark, damp days and dark, damp pens or beds are not only a tax on he vitality of tho young animals, but also on the feed bin. The dark, damp pen, J qnly breeds discomfort and taxes vitality, the' condition in but it improves which disease germs niultlply and thrive. Dampness and darkness favor the rapid Increase of microbes, a , prolific source ot disease. Dryness checks tho development of theso microbes but it does not destroy them. They only lie dormant, ready to renew their increase as soon as the needed moisture arrives. The dreaded cholera germ may lie iormartt for months in a dry place. Sunlight destroys disease' germs. It is essential to life and health. So it ought to be clear to every farmer that the best method of keeping live stock in a healthy condition during the winter is to allow plenty of sunlight to enter the pens, and allow tho animals to be out In the open air enough to invigorate and .cleanse them. There 'are rainy periods during which there is very little, if any, sunlight, and when dampness increases in pens and beds, antj, conditions favorable to microbes arid disease trouble ms. It is especially then that some powerful disinfectant be used, such as zenoleum, a coal-ta- r product, which will remove tho musty odor and destroy the germs of disease. Damp bedding of no kind must be allowed to remain in the pens. When to Apply Lime. The best time to apply limp for any crop is to the rough surface of the ground after plowing so that it num. a small box of 111 r bo Compound, and ',i oz. of glycerine. Apply to the hair twice a week until It becomes tho shade. Any druggist can put this up or you can mix It at home at very llttlo cott. FulPdlrcctlons for making and uso come In ench box of Barbo Compound. It will gradually darken streaked, faded gray hair, and removes dandruff. It Is excellent for falling hair and will make harsh hair soft and glossy. It will not color the scalp. Is not sticky or greasy, and does not rub off. To half RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. pint of water add 1 ox. liny The Townatan Is relmeJ, e clusire, and restful. Its excel lent location on Pennsylvania "Avenue, 18th and II Streets, makes It a desirable headquar-ter- s (or bridal couples, tourist T. WAIlKBTKATTON Crumwrtl, Ky. parties, conventions, Schools and S colleges. 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At in every regard. Mes- druggists. POc large box, or by mall. Try the Twice-a-Wee- k Thcraxtoa, Toilet Co., "Boston, Mds3. Twice-a-Wee- k za&wn &s 1 m B Z- J- "- Rircncnccs. rorrmusu. IbokonlToflikbUilalrnt.airlt.to ,tv B03-B0Sovonth .Stroetl WASHINGTON, D. C. PAsatNa ain X In Collier's The aa National Weekly First Time up-to-da- in Clubs aaaaaaaaaaavVl senger for a year in connection with the Hartford Republican. Both papers, one year for $1.5o. All clubbing subscriptions should be addressed to Republican, Hartford, Ky. BLEREPARED . Special Offer to CoUitr't has been, sold at $5.50. Notr Ihe price is $2.50 andvreharc secured, a concession here- -. by Tie can olTer ir at a still further reduction in connection with thli puDiicaiion. Until this year Oar Readers. KrcocnizinE the treat demand for CVaV ae the new price, we have made arraneemcntftoi Her it and our own publication each one year (or the price of Ctfirr's alone. Thia is a limited tiler and roust be taken advantage ol promptly. Whtt Yoa Get ia Collier ' xJpsHaliaPaQHr SS tBP 4s m$MpUM'9' I is the one bis, independent, (cartes weekly ol the whole country. Not only Is it the-eood aniens nanauooK out it is suo t magazine (or the whole (amity. Among the things that a year's subscription gives arc CtOUr'i aaa ia Iess Profit on Small Farms. On forty come which year's the farms of from thirteen to acres the average labor inthat Is to say, the 'money the farmer receives for his work after the interest on his Keep Farm Records. Could you tell your wife how much you are worth it she should ask you? Could you tell her exact ly how much profit you made hut year? Not many farmers could answer either of tho questions without guessing. Few farmers over take an invoice or keep records. Just becauso your bank account is a little stronger than it was January 1, 1015, does not indicate that you have made .money. You may have less corn in tho crib, less wheat in the bin and less stock in tho yards. Why not mako a resolvo now to start to keeping books? You'll not reuntil the transportation charged gret It. In a few weeks'tlme you srlpe out all profits. Even in tho will begin tot realize that farm re-- s been deducted wns only $240, while on farms of over 160 acres the average was $1575. From these and other figures which convey the same lesson, tho investigators concluded that the small iarm, carrying on a general farming business, labors under a fixed handicap that Is inherent in its size. This relation of the size of tho farm to the opportunity for profit is declared in the bulletin already mentioned to be of vital interest, "becauso of tho notion which so widely prevails that the Ideal ot American agriculture Is the small farm. Numerous real estate promotion schemes aro based on this Idea. It Is a distinct fallacy. Very small farms aro difficult to mako success anywhere, and It is only the exceptional man who Is equal to tho task. They must always bo devoted to the most Intensive type, of farming, and the products of most kinds of intensive farming fluctuate great- -' ly In volume and price, bo that the The dan business is very insecure. ger Is greatly magnified If the small farm Is situated a long distance from market, for prices for their products do not have to fall very far investment-ha- may be well mixed with the soil by disking and harrowing. On soils that require heavy applications of to It seems advisable limestone spread half the amount before plowing, and then go over the ground GUARANTEED SERVICE once or twice with a disc.' This SnvinB the War Horses. One hundred per cent disking will help to put tho soil in Special work for W. ,,An interesting official account of good condition. New York Expervalue,. how horses fare in war is contained O. W. iment Station. in- - a report from the chief remount W. P. STEVENS, officer with the Canadian troops In Hartford, Ky. R. P. D. 7. BcRin Fight on Tree Blight. France. There aro approximately Representing Continental The fall and early winter months 15,000 horses with the Canadian afford an excellent "opportunity to Marble & Granite, Co. Army Corps In France. Continuing, clean up tho orchard and to wage a the report reads: fight against fruit diseases, accord"There Is one Canadian field hos- ing to tho department of horticulpital for horses in France, compos- ture, Ohio State University. All dised of 387 men and six officers. It eased and blight Infested parts ot has a capacity of 1000 cases, and the the trees should be cut out and burnwork done there is really .remark- ed. Tho blight during the past seaOperated by able. Of 607 horses sent in on one son has been worse than usual and occasslon, only twelve died. Five care must be taken to prevent its Company eventually spread If the orchard is to be saved. hundred and ninety-fiv- e became fit for reissue. In cutting out blighted parts the Under New Management "The men are up around the lines dead bark should be cut away leavall tho time, gathering In wounded ing In sharp contrast the live porT. QUISENBERRY. horses, and their horsemanship Is tion. The dead part Is the lowest Rates 91.00, 91425 and $1.50 per Day remarkable. Wounded horses are im- margin of the blight. mediately given first aid. Meals 23 Cents. . "A horse's wounds heal more rapFor Rheumutlsm. Best in the city for the money. idly than a man's. Cases of horses As soon as nn attack of Rheurria-tlsr- a Special attention to the traveling with ten bullets in them have been begins apply Sloan's Liniment. known to show complete recovery Don't waste time and Buffer unneces- public. within a very few weeks. In fact, sary agony. 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A npw general offenslvo sumed the character of a panic flight, along a front of Almost 100 miles has according to tho ofllclal Russian rebeen undertaken In tho Caucasus by port. Several Turkish units are said to liavo been almost annihilated, On reenforcod Russian columns, according to an omclal statement Issued at the other hand, Constantinople says tho Rusnlans have abandoned their After Few Years ef DUcoaragkg I had gotten so weak I could not tho Turkish War Office. offensive In the Caucus becatiso of and I gave up in despair. ConditioBs, Mrs. Bollock Cava received by forces occupy- strong Turkey. Turkish At last, my husband got me a botH ing positions on both banks of the the Turkish forces. Up ia Despair. Hatband Cardui, the woman's tonic, and 1 cew miles south River Tlgrfs, twenty-liv- e Frmire. Airmen of the French In Mesopotamia, of meticed taking it From the very 8rst Came to Rescae.' nro retreating, according to an an- and British forces liavo made raids dose, I could tell It was helping me. I nouncement made by the London on LcSars and Mctz nnd consfdcrablo can now walk two miles without M damago Iir3 been caused. The Britpress bureau. ish communication state3 that In ono Catron, Ky- .- In tn interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all u.y work." entroops day there were nineteen air n Unly, If you are all run down from voaumtf from this place, Mrs. Beitle Bullock took nn Italian trench near Tolmlno, counters In which five of tho enemy up In despair. T17 statement is- machines were brought down and writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't-jlv- e according to an ofllclal two of their own aeroplanes were n headsued by the years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helpetf lost. quarters. this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 5 Announcement is while, and could not walk anvwhere at years of continuous success, and shotttf Jlontcncro. Franco. British artillery Is bomMontenegro has broker, bardlng the Important French, town v Jd--th- at surely help you, too. Your druggist haf negotiations for peace with Aua - l of Lille, near the Belgian border nnd sold Cardui (or years. He fciiow what " Inside tho German !!!?", ,,"t 0 r'ai1 J trlu and lhat King Nicholas and his la my left sldd. tho shells have caused only slight family have dopirtcd for Italy. The doctor was called id, and his treat- - :J will do. Ask him. He will fecosW damage to the place, the German "t relieved me for a whUe, but I was mend it Begin taking C6fdiii today. Tt pro- headquarters announced. Unltcd StatesGermany's Write tot UAawl posal to reserve any admission of soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Mellcln Co.. BpteU ChatUnooga. Tenn.. for J ru tractions en your case and - that, nothing seemed to on wrong in tho settlement of tho Luabook, Germany. Emperor William do me any good. Traataaent fee Women." seot In slain wraoper. Moae" last Thursday underwent an opera- - Itanla case. Is understood to have tion, which is described as having been rejected by the United States. been successful, but It will be a w)iimmmmmniifiigfmiii mism iiiaMs,js,i,ujjiii,. week before ho may bo pronounced Deafness Cannot Be Curetf danger, according to reports by local applications, as they cannot reach out of tho diseased portion or the ear. There Is received by the Vatican. only one way to cure deafness, and that la LATEST WAR NEWS HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE Austro-Hungaria- Austro-Hungaria- r . It I ..AvmxxxazmrAmm-mimu!inuKiyiii- GASTCRIA Jixact Copy of Wrapper. tmi ecHTAun eoMPANr mew yonh city. Starck Pianos w No Mosey laAdvamoe Tuesday. Besot on the north, Montenegro. n east and west by armies, Montenegro has asked Austria-for peace, and her request has been granted. The un by conditional laying down Montenegro was made tne basis of opening of peace negotiations, and Montenegro accepted the tern3 imposed by the dual monarchy. This is the first withdrawal of any belligerent 'from any of the alliances that have b.een fighting with each other since August, 1914. Austro-HungariaHungary of-nr- Deafness Is by constitutional remedies. caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely cloeed. Deafness Is the -result, and unless the Inflammation can be- taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nlno cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. 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STARCK S200Fao From SSIOBNT tory Direct trial, lit Wo will ship ou a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 plays' freomay UDOn. your Use All vrn nnlt la thnt VOU will v nK .nmn end of that time, you do not find It the and t'ct this piano for 30 das. If. at the grade, sweetest toned and rtnc.t piano ln every way. that you have over hlBhest wick, ana wc win. in mm n tnrtha mnnev. vou are at neriect llbry to m . ... 1. 1.. I. Kenan ' l .kJ m iiiuko u ...I... J'OU. etent. pay the inlglil DOW ways, inia buirca rmuu or there Is no sale. home, 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL ...VoSl mtA Mir. m-iu-i- In Mesopotamia. The army of King George of England, coming northward from the Persian Gulf to the relief of tho British forces at has. driven the Turks to within six miles of the beleaguer. ed town on tho Tigris. Itullnn Front. Through a concentrated artillery fire on trenches near Slavia, taken from them recently by the Italians the have forced out the Invaders. 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The proposal of Great Britain to establish a blockade against German ports, it is stated, Is approached with delicacy in the State an'autl-Brltls- h Piano Eesk Fraa Starck Bend (or our btctt complete aecond hand bargain UaU beautifully Illustrated piano kblch aivea you a book large amount of Information regarding ptanoa. Tela book- - will interest and plcaae you. Write today. Send today for our new F. A. 8TAKCK.PIANO CO. 1343 Starck BIJg., CHICAGO -- : - tA.AiAiA4 ff WWW WW W t as calculated to arouse feeling in Congress is claimed that France and Italy It reluctantly agreed to the Idea that Great Britain should dictate as to the commerce of European neutrals s with the Teutoulc Allies. Department R. P. Buck & C, Defendants. in By virtue of a Judgement and order of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Girls Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of rendered at tho Juno term, 1915, Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best In the above cause for the sum of minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone $S00.00, with Interest at tho Tate of G per cent, per annum from the jlst in tne nome. i here is, no age limit to enthusiasm for The day of January 1915, until paid, and Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. costs herein, I wil. offer for If too do not know THE COMPANION let ua sand you Three) Current Issue sale by public auction at tho Court FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year house door In Hartford, on Monday, roqueat. not 12. 1916, day of Febjuary. the 7tt Those who eubecrib now, lending $2 abouCone o'clock p. m., upon a for Um 52 issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will for 1915, will reccira The Companion get in any or tne mommy -- ; credltof six months, the following Home Calendar FREE. magazines. o c t: described property, Being a certain tract or parcel of SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE land in Ohio County, Ky., known as THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH lot No. 3 in the allotment of the ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. lands of Joshua Maddox, situated in Ohio county, Ky., on the waters of Little West Prong of Lewis Creek, and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone in line of lot No. 2 at figure 151 then W. 120 poles to a red beech and two black oaks, a corner to No. 4 at figure 16; .. then with a lino of same N. 40 poles The Republican and Louisville Herald oak, corto a stone and small white 1.76 Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at ner to lot No. 4 at figure 17; then The 4 west 67 with another line of No. 1.50 i The Republican and Home and Farm poles to a black oak, sweet gum and 1.7 white oak In one of the original The Republican and lines, and also corner to lot No. 4 3.60 at figure 7; then with said line N The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 60 poles to a post oak standing on a 3.50 The kepublican una JJauy uwensooro niquirer rock another original corner at the O'boro Messenger 1.76 letter E; then 187 poles to a larger The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k to-wl- OUR CLUBBING RATES. fl.3 poplar another original corner at the letter C, and corner to lot No. 2; then with line of same S. 100 poles 100 to the beginning, containing mineral acres- - more or les. The right had been sold to McHenry Coal Co., which land was conveyed to C. H. Chapman by G. B. L. Maddox and wife, July 31, 1907, and which deed Is of record In deed book 34, pago S4, Ohio County Clerk's of fice. t ' "Plasterer, Decorator and r ' n tTHCJSi B, MOSS! Contra c'pjov & tfddfbss-m- e . a. - H T- t Lifetime experience civo anV rofocotfee1 Mill Cq., "plioae.'or . with host of workmen, 'liiid can ddiiVed. Call mo on ..'Hartford ;; ', ! at 'HartfordKy. ;; wo II Fifty-fiv- e n sons explained by Moving machine. Seven big Departments fijhorthand, Bookkeeping. Telegraphy Stenotypy, Muelc, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equipassured. Position ment. Write for catalogue. II II typewriters. LesPlc-tur- o I When ii Louisville STOP AT ECHERT'S ii 5th Avenue Hotel FRANK ECKERT, Prop. H.H.ECKERT,Mgr. $1 Daviess Co, Bus. College Incorporated OWKN8BOBO, KY. Up. "European Plan Second tract! Also another tract of land in Ohio Comity, Ky., bound n statement. cd nil follows: Beginning at a gato official Tho Russian 1om6s aro estimated at poai m soutii line or A. u. waice- THE SEWINQ 70,000 killed' or wounded and near- lantl lind on tho creek and running ly 6,000 prisoners taken. It Is de- west with the Broadway Coal ComMA OF pany; and A. C. Walceland's line to clared Russia is sending QUALITY.! to this theater of war. a sweet gum tree, A. C Wakoland'a corner; thence N. 43 poles to a con- - black gum; thence E. 5 The HiilkniiH. Negotiations 3 poles; NOT cernlng details for the capitulation thenco N. 67 poles to a walnut nnd SOLD of the Montenegrin nrmy troops nave two dogwoods; thonce east to a ceased hostilities, it is announced by brldgo on tho Creek; thence with UNDER ANY n headquarters. the crack on tho wost side to tho OTHER A note to tho German Government, beginning being all tho land owned NAME. amounting to ,uiv ultimatum, is said by A. C. Wakoland on the west by tho German Oterseas News Agen- side of tho creek; mineral and coal WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. cy to have been presented .by Franco rights reserved and right to work If you purchase theNUW HOME you will and England' ordering Grceco to de and mine samo and Bamo land con have a life asset at the price you pay, and will liver their passporjs to represents-- 1 veyed to Claud Chapman on April uot have an endless chain of repulrs. wvus in luu vmrui lunuia wuuiu 7, iyj,i, uy a. u. wuKcianu anu forty-eighours. Wife and which deed is recorded in Deed book '39, page 380, Ohio Coun- Russia. Lutsk, the Jmportant.y Clerk's 'office, or sufficient thereof fortress in Volhynla, one of tho trl- - to produce tho sums of .money order- angle of fortifications there, Is being ed to bo made. evacuated by the Germans, accord; The purchaser will bo required to tug to information obtained at Kiev, execute bond with approved security prisoners arriving Immediately after sale. Russia, from I there. This 16th day of January, 1910. write fer If you waut a E. "E, BIRKHEAD, Mr latest catalogue before yoa purchase, Tkurstlay, TKs Meaif Uasaa siase ar Uaaaiaa Pa aVsaae Haas. Master Commissioner. Ian itm liajsj fsasBk sjbjbsjbjb sa. aiamji, sbbvsi RussU.- - -- By a furious and unex- Heavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. Austro-IIUngaila- Wednesday. Gnllcla. Ono phase of the Russian offenslvo In East Gallcfa and on tho Bessarablnn frontier has been concluded, with the Teutonic arm led holding all their positions along tho clghty-mll- o front, according to tho The The The The Republican Republican Republican Republican 1.75 and Kentucky Farmer and New Idea Woman's Magazine..- 1.30 1.50 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer f 1.5P - Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. ht USELIV-VER-LA- X NEW ;tiNI 2-- Austro-Hungaria- HOME For Lazy Liver and the' Troubles of Constipation. Fcelirlght all tho time. 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January term of Court, which has been In Criminal seoslan for tho past two weeks Is searferg completion, thero belug onnnd ly a. low cases set for Saturday. While thero have ihotp for not 3ccn a largo number of trials a considerable amount of business has The regular to-da- y . T punishment has boea flxed by the court. Proper orders inking from the docket many oU cases where tho defendants have not linen apprehended and other old 43sca thai could not be made out 2iaro lrecn entered. tTliIa Is tho first term of court In tthe district under the direction of c buwTt Installed Circuit Judge B. wl Slack and Commonwealth's flttnraety C. E. Smith. Theso rials havo performed like Veter-oaeach appearing perfectly at position. Itascc In his respective . Jodsu alack has presided with adaptlblllty nnU attorney 'stalle Connnonwealth's rSsllh has conducted the various fpwjsccntlons in an able nnd hlgh-H- r satisfactory nnanner. rrho most Important case tried or Xa 1 tried at this term is that of ISzntonl .McGalln charged with the murder nf 'his step father. Tho trial or Ui3s case was completed on of last week and resulted In a 3ians Jury. After the evidence had jail Ijeen lieard It was the expressed upinlon f mearly every one present :aaa of the townspeople who had nazrnrn atf ihe extenuating shown by the testimony of tte defendant andhl3 mother that .the jury would acquit the defendant. J3to a different opinion prevailed .among those who heard the Ihe case by Commonwealth's bwsn disposed of. Several pleas of XHltty have been entered by trans-Xitssors therein of-1-B s, dig-mll- r- Frl-ida- y circum-vCamc- cs argu-nserrt- By his Iloglc and reasoning It was TSaicved Uhat Uio .had snatched .vic-ittlor the state ifrom apparent but after 'deliberating for iairo 'than two hours tlie Jury that it was unalile to agree, islandlm? Uvb for conviction and sev(C. B. Smith. xy attonrey Attorney When Commonwealth's Smith arose to begin his argument 4o the jury in behalf of the state all ejva of the crowded court room were trained upon him and each ear stl the throng present was expectant, fldr'ho'was flndced on trial by tho throne, this being the first Import-acase in which he had appeared istnee his induction into office. That fCommomvealth's Attorney Smith at en lor acquittal. .himself In honor and credit 13 putting it mfiaiy. He, in fact, covered himself with glory. r IQnThejjan his argument of an hour ana thirty minutes duration with log; fie and reason and an appeal to the 3xrx to Bay aside as far as possible ttfce natural sympathy that one man J basilar .another In trouble and to uedQe (he case On the evidence heard. Jtes lie progressed he grow in and forcefulness, waxing extremely eloquent and forceful as he nenred tho close. It is the consensus of opinion of ;tlie people who heard Mr. Smith's that It was one of the best, EBOSt rorceful, eloquent and convlnc-in- s that "has "been delivered to a Jury the Daviess Circuit court In years. la Ifo truly acquitted himself adralra-hl- y and by his delineation of tho evidence adduced hung tho Jury that appeared destined to find tho defendant qullty. co -- next criminal will ho had at the term of court at which tlmo Commonwealth's Attorney Smith thinks to materially he will ho able strengthen tho evidence for tho state. Owensboro News. . so-ve- re ;b a result thereof another trial .Tho Olbt of It. '"Last Deceiriber I had a very cold and was nearly down sick la bed. I bought two bottles of 'Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it was only a very Tew days until I waa health," completely restored to writes O. J. Wetcalf, Weatherby, Mo. jt yon would know the valuo of Ithla remedy, ask anyono who has insed It Obtalnublo everywhere, m (X correspondent of tho London -rtewWholias bcon traveling in IIol-il- d rwrilEa to his paper some Interacting TiWenratlons concerning tho mrlom awBdltlons that prevail along trestler vhetween neutral Hol- asd MUgercnt Germany and a. .TITT ia MNr extraordinary place, the frontier runs up imjm.r-mlMtftreot so that Dutch ovrsHM sfcwtace each other hATrltrS 91 auirueu muv. vu 9 :)a the Kdo of the War. ' rl ytmicth lc t many happy hours, it was impossible WITH to feel towards her as a stranger. in tramway, which All dlstanco was romoved by her bcon told that I should see women IN BANK courtesy. Hor manners aro very DVER was not true. conductors, but that sweot, becauso very simple, and free Tho conductors aro soldiers who havo from affection. To mo hor welcome and aro not fit for been wounded was tho nioro grateful as that of ono service Separated from tho tram MAN FOUND UNCONSCIOUS DIES woman to another. Thero la a sort high wlro fenco, a strip 01 way by a among women, by of ON WAY TO HOSPITAL OF neutral ground twelve feet wldo runs which thoy understand at onco thoso COM) AND 11UNGEH.. of the street. Then down tho middle with whom they have any Intelleccomes another feuco, of barbed tual sympathy. A few words nnd narrow bit wire this time, and tho all rescrvo was gono. "Como, sit by of road and pavement on the near St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 17. When of- mo on this sofa,'' sho said; and Insldo are Holland. Tho passages beficers of tho Mercantile "Trust stantly, seated by my sldo, wo wore tween tho respective territories are broko oncn n safety denoslt box dcop lnconvorsatlon. . . .No portrait streets I narrow openings where tho by Jacob Rapp, 78 years old, can give tho full Impression of tho cross. Thdy aro guarded by sen- rented a recluse who died of starvation and eyo any moro than of tho volco. Looktries of tho two countries on olther cold whito on his way to tho City Hos ing Into that clear, calm eyo, ono sldo. It Is a busy street, up and pital, they found $18,000 In sccurl- - sees a transparent nature,. .. .gooddown which the ordinary town llfo ) ness and truth, an impression which tics and $75 in monoy In tho box. Hows continuously; but on ono paveI Rapp was found unconscious last is deepened as you listen to her soft who stroll ment all tho soldiers Thursday afternoon in his meager nnd gentle tones. A low volco is about are dressed In Dutch uniforms, ly furnished room at 310 Convent said to bo an excellent thing In woare and on tho other side they But nover did a sweeter street. Thero was no fire In tho lit man Germans. Detwcen them, very much cages, run tie stove and not a bit of food In the volco fascinate a listener, so soft like the bars of animals' room when Patrolman Redcn of tho and low that ono must almost bend the double lines of wire fencing; But I should do her to Soulard Street Station entered for to hear and little Dutch street boys talk gavo tho impresstreet boysthrough the tho second time that day to porguade great lnjustlco if I the German sion that there was in her conversaRapp to go to tho City Hospital. meshc3. There On a visit earlier In tho day Rapp tion any attempt at display. It wa3 down this street, at tho be- told Reden he did not wish to become is no wish to "shine." Sho Is abovo Dutch popginning of the war, tho that affectation of brilliancy which a charity patient. ulation watched for four days and Neighbors of Rapp know nothing is often mere flppancy. Nor does nights the German army marching about his hoarded wealth, and be she seek to attract homage and adsouthward to Belgium. lieved he was In tho dlr6sl pOTOrly. miration. On the contrary, sho is Many of the villages Immediately They sometimes brought him food very avcrso to speak of herself, or on the frontier lead nowadays a even to hoar tho heartfelt praise of and medicine whilo ho was sick. confusing existence, with their heads, She brought him food and coal others. Sho does not engross tho as it were, in ono country and their tho weather becamo intensely conversation, but Is moro eagor to tails in another, and a belt of barb until when she told cold, the police she listen than, to talk. She has that In ed wire round their middles. needed all the money for coal for delicate tact which Is one of tho most of these places tho chief work own family. She advised Rapp fine arts among women to mako of tlfo Dutch sentries is to search the her others talk,. . . .and by a word drawto go to the City Hospital. people who pass, lest they be carry- Rapp.'s only heir appears to be his ing the conversation into a channel Ine llllclts nats of butter or jother brother, John Rapp, a bachelor, who where It may flow with a broad,' contraband In their pockets; where Is living at 1C21 Morgan street. John free current. Thus sho makes you as the German guards are mostly Rapp visited his brother several days forget the celebrated author, and concerned with keeping a lookout think only of the refined and highbefore his death. for deserters from the German army It was said at the house that the ly cultivated woman. You do not Belgians who want d or for Rapp brothers had been on friendly feel awed by her genius, but only to escape from German rule. At Rapp was appointed quickened by It, as something that some places an electric current runs terms. John calls out all that is better and truer. through the barbed wire fence. That administrator of his brother's estate While thero is no atlmpt to impress yesterday in the Probate Court. Is tho case at the extreme southpolice entered tho room you with her Intellectual .superiorwestern frontier, where the Meuse When the ity, you feel naturally elorated into A line of posts they found a receipt for a duplicate a higher sphere. The conversation makes a boundary. key from the Mercantile Trust Comcarrying electrified wires runs all pany. The receipt was dated Octo- Itself floats upward Into a region along the German bank, and at night above tho commonplace. The small ber 17, 1914. searchlights play up and down tho seem No key could be found, however, talk of ordinary society would line and into the sky, searching alThere Is a singuand John Rapp, accompanied by an an Impertinence. and aeroternately for fugitives attorney and George B. Cummings of lar earnestness about her." -4 planes. .. the trust company, went to the vaults A woman trundles up to one of Bad Cold Quickly Broken Up. after obtaining a court order to break these wire fences with a sack of ap- open Mrs. Martha Wilcox, Gowanda, N. box. the ples, and another woman meets her Y. writes: "I first used Chamberwith an empty wheelbarrow on the lain's Cough Remedy about eight Notice To Fllo Claims. years ago. At that time I had a other side. With the help of the senAll persons having claims against coughed most of the tries the sack ia heaved across from the estate Taylor, deceased, hard cold and ofcSllas Holland Into Germany, and, after extlmo. It proved to be Just what I notified to file the same, changing a few commonplaces of the are hereby broke up the cold in a proven, with myself as ad- needed. It women, who look like properly day, the two few days, and the cough t entirely of said dedecedant on or I havo told many of disappeared. hlsters depart on their respective ministrator appears on before the first day of March, 1916, mmy friends of the good I received ways. Again, a woman or the same will be forover barred. through using thfs medicine, and all the German (or Belgian) side with Witness my hand, this January who have used it speak of ft fn the a parcel wrapped In paper In her 21, 1916. highest terms." Obtainable everyhand. An old man hobbles up from R. W. TAYLOR. 29t3 m where, Holland, and the kindly Dutch sen Adnir. of Silas Taylor, Deceased. try once more acts as JUST TWELVE YEAKS OLD The old man unwraps the parcel and A Visit to George Kliot. HUT HAS CHANGED WAR a pot of honey and a small discloses "In the autumn of 1803 Mr. and packet of sweets. It Mrs. Lewes took a house near ReJust a Uttlo more than twelve is a daughter, married to a man on gent Park" Charles S Olcott says the Belgian side, dutifully bringing In writing of George Eliot, "In what years ago, In December, 1903, Or- 'comforts' to her old Dutch father. was then a quiet and beautiful su vllie Wright made tho first successShe does It every day, the sentry burb of London. It was a plain, ful flight In an aeroplane iTrfvcn by mechanical power. He remained In says. y dwelling of no particular the air on that occasion but tfifrty-sl- x I have visited also Baarle-Hertopretensions, but nevertheless attracseconds. Yet his machine rose which Is the Belgian core, as It were, tive for its air of refined simplicity. impulse from tho ground under-th- o of the Dutch town of Baarle-Nassa- u In the drawing room with Us mod- of the power and traveled a short mid a little Belgian enclave in the est furniture, brightened by tho rays carrying a passenger, over dle of Holland. Here Is a Belgian of sunshine transfused through the distance, tho sand dunes at Kitty Hawk", N, C a fragrant flowers In church, and a post office that does the window, and flight thriving business with visitors In pleasing to tho eye because of its The problem of mechanical was then and there solved. Is no Belgian postage stamps. There perfect harmony of color, were held It took nearly 100 years to develne.ed of sentries here, for tho Ger- those Sunday afternoon receptions op the automobile from the first Baarle-Herto- g, mans cannot get at which made 'tho Priory famous." steam coaches, which were practiand it remains inviolate, tho invisi "Ono of those whoso good fortuno cally legislated out of existence. The ble frontier running through the it was to meet George Eliot in this modern auto came Into exlstenco middle of the main streets. From hero home of refinement," the writer re- with the perfection of tho gas ento the real frontier you run along lates, "was the brilliant and distin- gine, but at that Its development a road that Is Dutch, whereas tho guished wife of Dr. Henry M. Field. was slower than that of the heavler-than-a- lr ditch at tho Bide is Belgian; and at In her charming house at Stock-bridg- e, flying machine, although tho railway station, which Is tho staMass., as well as In Now York Its uso Is still Infinitely greater. tion of Baarlo in Holland and of City, Mrs. Field was In tho habit of It Is doubtful whether tho automoWlejde In Belgium, is tho most entertaining tho most brilliant rep- bile, wonderful as has been Its situation to be found on all resentatives and philanthropy, art, growth and enormous as Is the uso tho frontier. literature and religion who could bo now made of It, has had anything Across tho floor of the ticket of- assembled In America, In tho grace llko tho influence on tho history of fice, cutting dlagnoally through the and charm of her hospitality, the tho world that stands to tho credit square pattern of tho tilling and out richness and originality of hor con- of tho Wright invention. Tho war across tho plaforms on either side, versation, her oxtonslvo learning, hor now going on in Europo would havo runs a line of thinner tiles In which sympathy for others, and her ear- bcon on radically different plans; Inare inset the names "Nederland" on nestness of purpose, she was not un- deed, beforo this tlmo It might pos ono sldo nnd "Belglque" on the oth- like Georgo Eliot herself. It is for sibly havo been ended had It not er. It is & caso of vory literally tunate that wo havo tho report of been for tho aeroplane.whlch has ren"toeing the lino," On both plat- such a woman, who, after a brief dered most of tho strategy of the forms the sentries of tho two coun- visit of an hour or two, left the pres- past outolcto. tries face each other only a yard or ence of tho famous novelist with tho Tho Luouts of the air are among two apart. feeling that what impressed ono tho tho moro Important arms of tho most was not her Intellectual great- present war. On their work dopenaB ness but her womanliness. tho work of tho armies. Surprised Announcement. "Superior as sho is to tho thous- and sudden shifts of troops unknown Messrs. M. L. Ileavrln, A. D. Kirk ands of her sex, sho is still ono of to tho enemy, which wero tho reand Otto C. Martin announce that them, with a nature thoroughly fem- sources of the great generals of the they have formed a pardnership for inine. Though she has thought and past, aro no longer possible. Tho tho practice of law under the firm written on subjects which require a face of war has' changed and the masculine understanding, on social history of the world been affected name of "Heavrln, Kirk & Martin. reforms; by an Invention which Is but twelve qUfcstlons and political Their ofllces will bo located In the though sho has read and translated years old. same offices now ocdupled by the books, of philosophy, and Is accusConstipation and Indigestion firm of "Heavrln & Kirk," on Main tomed' to the society of men who are "I have used Chamberlain's Tab-lo- ts street, Hartford, Ky opposite tho occupied with sctentitle studies, and must say they are the best still in her heart she remains tho Court House. constlpatlon- They will practice their profession true woman; and to lift up her sis- I have ever used for My wife also used and indigestion. terhood is her highest ambition." in all Courts of this Stato. 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