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The Hartford republican: January 28, 1916 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1916 hao1916012801_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: January 28, 1916 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. T" ' jjprv '. -- Fine Job Work. t Jtetftfri IkmrMicmt DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 30 VOL. XXV11L JAPAN RENEWS HARTEORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1916. 0. P. V como across menf tho madly darnounced, tho practical conclusions SENATE DEFEATS ing sort, of whom any story might reached on the Japanese demands, of COUNTY G. FEUDIST bo true. Two months ago an officer which, however, flvo articles left for was going along his section of ono It was underulterior argumont. STATE-WID- E TO MEET FEB. BILL trench when he found a man standstood at tho tlmo that tho articles ENTERS ing up head and shoulders above tho for consideration were those of group parapet, with a trench of the enemy's C. The articles In this group wero not 300 yards away. originally seven In numbor, but It CHAIRMAN KIRK ISSUES OFFIPROHIBITION MEASURE FAILS WOULD PLACE CHINESE GOV- was later stated that article threo "It turned out that he was having "UNCLE FLETCH" DEATON GOES CIAL CALL TO REPUBTO GO THROUGH BY A TO FRANKFORT REFORMAartl-cl- o a duel with a Turk. I do not know UNDER TUTE-LAG- E ERNMENT had been eliminated and that LICANS. by what quaint system of signalling VOTE OF 20 TO 14. TORY FOR LIFE. six had been dtsplnced by pledges JAPAN. OP y they arranged It, but each one was that China would undertake no having ono shot at tho other, and or naval preparations on the Fuklen coast In the future. It is pos- TO ELECT DELEGATES FROST IS NOT IN GOOD HEALTH MAKES CHARGES REGARDED DANGEROUS sible that the seven demands alludthey blazed at one another while the ed to In tho Manchester Guardian's men along the section of trenches nrtlclo wero tho original seven of Will Gather In Mass Convention at Says Governor Stanley Left Nothing looked on through their periscopes Vm,f Men Co1"'101 ot Callahan A Articles Left Unsettled When Trea- -' group five. boclntioit Now in State Pen The Court House In Hnrt- and loopholes, and no doubt tho Unsaid or Undone to Conlies teic Concluded I Turks were looking through theirs itentiary. TIHRTY-THRE- E foril on Above Date. MISSOURI tribute to Defeat. Lust May. I also. NIGHT RIDERS I'LEAD GUILTY "Tho officer told the man to stand I 'I Now Madrid, Mo., Jan. 2G. Thirty-t- To tho Republican voters and RepubFrankfort, Ky., Jan. 25, The down at onco and not to be a fool. Ky., Jan. 25, The Winchester, L, ,Af 2C. Washington. The far Jon. prohibition bill was de- - T1,e duelist stepped down when he ft,B ,ron gat(,; Rt th'e Frankfo'rt Re. defendants In the night ridlican Precinct Chairmen of Ohio state-wld- o eastern situation Is again clouded. hree reu iu uo so, uui me mo formatory dosed at noon today, fcat,ed in the senate this afternoon naa County: aft Dispatches via London Indicate tlc er trials hero pleaded guilty today, ment the officer had passed he Jump- - er admittiug by a Vote of 20 to 14. thus bringing tho trials to a sudden In accordance with an established "Undo Fletch" Deaton, Japanese havo again brought for- thirty-thre- e wero sentenced custom and In obedience to the rule.s Those voting for the bill Were: ed UP aBaln and went n with the n 1f nrfannnr. nn.l tho Inst chaiw Svard Group Five of the- Japanese end. All and governing Republican organization Senators Antle. Evans, Frost, Glenn, eamo. His rival's shots had almost ter ,n one of the m08t famous feud to six months' Imprisonment " demands upon China, which the Montgomery, Brazed his ear. Both sides were eag-- 1 tr,a,s ,n ho h,st Huntsman, f the gtate WM - " Tnited States has rcgnrded as clos- - wero paroled on good behavior. Two of Kentucky, there will be held In Hllles, .. xuon nnri nhnervlnir nulfp I ... . a .. . men who were on trial today wero the city of Louisville, at ono o'clock n i. oi oaiuiuu, Duuucta, o dcuh, m.. - erlv Inokine written, in cnarge or snerin Howard Ing tho door of American opportun- trn-- , honorably tho rules of this Gbert( tho famous feud,.t lrft Wm, lty In China and threatening China's nllowed to plead guilty and wero p. m., standard time, on Wednesday, lor, Wllliams-- 14. " paroled with the rest. were: dlnary game, when the Australian fell jie8ter this morning nt 8 o'clock, to Those voting against It the 1st day of March, 1910, a State .sovereignty. Birch,"T"back ,nt0 the trench, shot througu bcgm h,3 ,ong tem Tho penitentiary sentences of the Convention of delegated representa- Senators Arnett, Booles, that London dispatches indicate , ,,tT- -i i eighteen whoso cases already had tives of the Republican party of Ken- Clav. homhs. Helm. Hlldrpth. Huff- - tho temple. The shot came not from rM.i, Great nrltaln Is disturbed by tho rebeen disposed of will stand unless tho tucky, for the purpose of electing alcer, Knight, Leach, Lewis, LIttrell, the Turk opposite, hut from a dls- - heaUh for Beveral months and' UH newal of tho demands. In tho meanTho four delegates and four alternate Moore Overstreet, Rayburn, Rob- - tance to tne south, wnne tne aus- - phy8,clans nave been Uneafay 0Ver time tho United States understood trial Judge should parole them. uhuuuub buwu ouier condltIon object of tho night riders operations delegates from the State of Kentucky ertson.'Speer, Stricklett, Thompson, definitely-nbaudonedIt is feared that his long the demands were nover higher nt large to the National Convention Trig" 20. l urK naa B1101 ,xlm" confinement has aggravated an old but that Japan merely was to force lower rent and urK wn sl,ot ,llm was not wages. Se'pntors not voting were Ford, I of the Republican party to be held trouble In his stomach, which may postponed their presentations. cdn- necessarily a bad sportsman -, nj t at Chicago, 111., on Wednesday, the wbe cancer. In fact the old prisoner Loudon, Jan. 2'C. Tho Japaneso .talnly not a bad soldier. Probably he dec,areg that he ,g far from a we 7th day of Juno, 1010, and for the aud Stewait, Republican. to the government has delivered am not Know any ciuei was proceeumg MACHINERY FOR purpose of nominating two electors Tho defeat of tho measure fol in d n and several days ago seemed Chinese Minister In Tokio, for trans- NEW from tho State at largo to be voted lowed a long and at times bitter de--, and he was not bound to honor it if. very much discouraged at the slow mission to ills government a note progress made in regaining his LOCAL LIGHT PLANT for at the election to bo held on No bate, during which Senator Frost, he did." embodying given demands which vember 7, 1910. There will also hoi the author of the measure, and Sen health. In the penitentiary today were included In tho Japaneso prohe will gree his son, Jim Deaton, held at Ellzabethtown, Ky., at 10:30 ator Scott predicted that the defeat gram of last spring, tho Manchester SUPREME COURT HOLDS and Andrew Johnson, who were con- guardian learns from far Eastern THOUSANDS TURNED LOOSE BY a. ni on February 29", 1010, a con- of the bill would ben serious blow l ! tn linA flVitiit n ifnnn nnn vention of the Republicans of the to the Democratic party. sources. KY. LIGHT AND WNVER CO. Congressional District for INCOME TAX VALID Dock Gmlth wh0 f,rst turned State's After the defeat ot the bill the Fourth Tho guardian expresses the hope FOR BETTER SERVICE. evidence, and, after being paroled by tho purpose of electing two delegates senate adjourned until Thursday, that this news will bo "authoritato tho National Convention at Chi- out ot respect for" Senator Stewart, 'Judge Benton, Btarted out at his old tively contradicted" as tho demands cago, on June 7. 1910, and also nom- whc-.dle-d nt-t.- t at Morehead today. nv iTHPn nupniv tricks in Breatitt with theresult that when previously presented were full A deal was closed Monday night inating one elector for the Fourth he was again brought to the pall here Fipnkfort, Ky., Jan. 25. Follow- of danger to China's Independence EXPENSEOF NATIONAL and given a trial and sent up to Join genprnl effect would have with theiRldgeway Engine Company Congressional District to - ha. TQtecVxlug cihe defeat of the Frost state and their DEFENSE. his comrades. amendment for at the November election, 1916,. wide 'prohibition bill been to placo China under the tute- of Pennsylvania and the Electrical Company by Mr. E. and for the further purpose In the' senate today a conference ot lage of Japan. "It Is tho aim and Smith Describes Killing., Kentucky a chairman of the. Republican "dry" leaders, Including Senator W. hope of British policy" tho news- G. Barrass, manager of tho Smith declares that Johnson, Jim Washington, Jan. paper continues, "to see China Light and Power Company, for in--a conventlonf the Fourth Congres- A. Frost, the author ot tho measure, &nd he concealed themselves strong and Independent doveloplug new euglne and generator to be j sional District to Bucceed the Hon. and Dr. N. A. -Palmer, state t super- - tb Increase governmental revenue to on the hillside, from where they . )aAA A some John P. Haswell, the present chair- inieuueni oi me AAl n ft !.. league, meci AlA Muora oi HA AlAn1 uoiu- IMA tA . ,. iuu peacefully without Interference from stalled In tho local light plant f.nlIahfln in hiB atore time In March. When this new ma man. was held tonight and Senator Frost ses is expected to take definite shape Qnd at tfae W(Jrd fredj the noted ex. any foreign powers. Hartford For the purpose of choosing dele- isued a statement in which he at now mat an uouo,. a to mo couau- "It is a duty wo owe both to our chlnery Is Installed tho best equip- recelved a fatal and ftud, will be one of tho gates to attend these conventions, tacked Governor Stanley and his tutionallty of the income tax has gnot ,n tfae brea8t wuh ,.Unci0 selves and to China" says tho Guar- n Western Kentucky and tho there will be held at the court house motives charging that he had used been removed by the Supreme pietch .. who was convlcted as the dian finally, "to help her In that dl - jP Congressional decision. in Hartford, Ohio county, Kentucky, the patronage of his office and that Court's rorMnn nn.l wn bftvo enormous ma - ' service will be much Improved. arch consplrator John80n. s'mH The new generator connects wun on February 26, 191G, at ono o'clock the governor had entered Into a leaders had taken no definite steps and DeatoDj arfl aU now Bervlng lU0 terlal Interests too, which relnforco big p, m., our County Mass Convention deal with the Republicans on the toward a solution of the revenue tepM for the as8a8glnatlon. what Is for us tho only right and tho engine thus eliminating the belt drive and two bearings and this of the Republican party. At ten bill to bring about the problem pending the court s decis- Just policy." 0ne man Red Tom Davlda0( ,8. many shut- o'clock a. m., on that day, t: amend- lon defeat of' the prohibition On January, 18, 1915, Japan pre- Improvement will save now thanking his stars that he was downs In the future. Tho generator February 26, 1916, there Is called ment. On all sides today, the leaders , sented to China a list of twenty-on- e ablo t0 prove an allbI and 8eCuro aa man- to meet at the law offlco of Heavrin, The Frost statement brought a expressed tho belief that the decis- - acqulttal( aUh0ugh several of the demands arranged in five groups. is built In the engine In such a The first group related to tho Shan-tun- e ner that It takes its power directly j Kirk & Martin, In Ohio county, Ken- prompt and ringing retort from Gov- ion had paved the way for increas- - aUM wltnesse8 were ,ndlcted for per- y Executive ernor Stanley, who Issued a state- ing the tax rate on great private nrovlnrn nnrt tn the conceding from the shaft ot the engine. This tucky, the Republican jurv ln connectlon wlth the cases of ' rinpn nnt nffoct: the current which Will j i.i of Ohio county, for the ment declaring the charge as abso- fortunes to aid in paying for nation-- , the'Deaton8i Johnson and Smith, and 10 japan oi riguis una priviicgea I Committee previously enjoyed by Germany In remaln tho same. The engine Is one purpose ot transacting such business lutely without foundation. Senator al defense. Bills to tax incomers' ot seyeral Indlctment8 are now filed Shantung as well as new preroga- - of Rldgoways best and is 125 horse as may legally come before It for Frost's statement In part follows; more than fl.000,000 as high as ftWay here u wa8 clalmed by tbe It Is earnestly desir"State wide prohibition was die- - ou per cent, now are uewro con- - Commonwealth that "Red Tom" fur- tlves. Group 2, related to South Man - Pwer. tno Pesent one being 90 consideration. norae power. every member of the commlt- - feated today, 14 to 20. The result , gress. The Democrats naturally are ed that churla nnd to consesslons there for tha mulB for one ot the as The contract signed calls for deliv- f tee be present at that time, and Is of this vote is not disappointing, gratified over the decision. In the 8ass(ns to rjde and otherwise aided leasing property, trading, railroad operation and construction the ap ery in 45 days and Mr. Barrass hoped that every Republican wno can save the fact that some men elected opinion of Administration leadersr h Callahan's tho Jn reacning pointment of Japanese as political, thinks the new machinery can be in- -' do so, will attend the Mass Conven- from dry districts that we. expected the decision has unfettered a fruit t night beforo the tragedy. He was financial and military advisers and stalled In a wcok. The lights will tion to be held ln Hartford on thej support from did not support the tui source oi revenue anu renuereu,, defended by iUe jRie JudgV easier the revenue problem confront, ,Bach of JnckfJ0n( ,t belng tue'on!r measure. other consesslons. This group also be cut off during installation. Tho day abovo mentioned. Thirty-thre- e "When I came to Frankfort at Ing the Government. included demands for special rights lights have been somowhat unsteady delegates are to be elected. It is oue of the caBes ,n whlch Judge ot late owing to the wear ot the en- desired that every precinct be tBo beginning of this session of the Representative Hull, of Tennes--Bac- h to be granted to Japan regarding appeared, and it Is claimed legislature I very early came to the see, author ot the income tax law, thftt thJf a8tute momm Iawyer Mongolia. Group 3, referred to gine at tho plant and tho progressteps Immedcompany .Group 4, sive management took On March 11, 1916, there will be conclusion that the fight for sub- expressed the belief that Congress ; tho Hanyeh-Pln- g brought ..Red Tom out of wfcat known as tho "spocial group" de- iately to give the company's custom- elected In the various preclncta of mitting a constitutional amendment will take advantage of the decision Beemed t0 be a .bad hoIe. Ohio county, r. precinct chairman ot would result in defeat, because of to amend the law materially. He mands that China proclaim that hero ers the best ot service. 4& Spends Entire Fortune. the RepubKruu party for the next tho influences I found at work ln declares that without any unusual or after sho would not yield or lease "Uncle Fletch" has been ln Jail any coastal torrltory to any power. CONTROL OF NORTH four years. It Is hoped that tho Re- opposition to such a measure. I found unjust changes, It can he made to MEXICO IS URGED publicans throughout tho count y will Governor Stanley was leaving noth- yield an additional $100,000,000 an here slnco October, 1912, when tho Group 5, known as tho "General ing Unsaid or undone that would nually. The law now brings into the fifteen defendants were transferred group" was tho ono which aroused take notice of these dates. protests from the Respectfully, Washington Jan. 20. Advisabilimost vigorous contribute to the defeat ot this Treasury $85,000,000 to ?90,000,- - frm Jackson to this county. He was ln Jail at Jackson a short tlmo be- 11111680 government. A. D. KIRK, contained ty ot tho United States scoklng to measure. In this connection I rcal- - 000. It fore being transfer! ed. If is said by seven artlclos, the first regarding acquire-- a portion of Northern Mexico Chairman Ohio County Republican lzed what power he had through I those wuo Know, mat nis aeiense China, of Japan-s- o by purchase or treaty, it was learned public patronage, which was unlimtho employment of Executive Committoe. Death of Sir. Thomas Williams. as advisers, the second, tho con- today, is bolng urged by Amorlcan Mr. Thomas Williams died at his' and that of tho ''boys" has takeu ited. I am also informed from tho estate which was valued at sev-da- y hospitals, citizens along the border, and has SAVED BY PAYING ' press and current rumor he agreed homo on Hartford, route 4, Wednes-'o- n struction ot Japaneso MEXICAN BANDITS MONEY to assist tho Republicans in passing churches and schools In China; third been recently discussed with Presl- night at 10 o'clock of gastritis, oral thousand dollars, and there is ot tho omploymont ot Japanese in the . dent Wilson, Senator Ashurst, a Republican redisricting bill to He had been slightly ill for several . absolutely nothing loft, to Jails; "Undo FlotchV good-by- e police department ln tho large ccn- - Arizona, who saw the President El Paso, Tex., Jan. 18. Dr. 0. R. obtain votes from tho minority weeks but a physician was not call- er Mulllns today wa3 very pathetic, cer- - terday, is said to havo broached tho Petskey, of the National Mines aud party against this measure. fourth China to purchase a ed until last Friday. The trouble was tain portion ot war munitions from subject. The Arizona Senator today, Smelter Company, at Magistral, Dur- "It was also urged by the liquor ot such a nature that It could not u! the noted prisoner wept when he Japan; fifth, Japan's right to con- however, would not discuss this fea- ango, one ot the refugees who ar- -. people that the Democratic platform bo stopped and death resulted. Fun- - left the Jail, and even Jailer Mulllns, struct certain railroads in China; ture ot his conference with President. rived early today told ot having been ' declared against state wide prohlbl-stoo- d eral services wero held at Central who has handled many prisoners, up with six other Americana tlon. This Is not true, but it may Grove church yesterday at 2 o'clock I could hardly keep the tears back, sixth, .concessions to Japan In tho It Is pointed out b,y persons interprovince of Fuklen, and seventh, the ested in tho suggestion that Ameri- waiting to be shot by the followers have influenced some who did not p. m.. after which Interment at The two have became fast friends since "Uncle Fletch' has been here, right of Japaneso subjects to propa- can interests are located ln North- of Gen. Bracamente, who shot up tbe closely scrutinize It." Central Grove burying grounds. gate Budohlsm ln China. ern Mexico and acquirement ot that camp and took everything In sight his stateended Williams was ono of the old- - nd several weeks ago Jailer Mulllns Mr, Senator Frost The United States government ad- - territory would do much to settle about a week ago. The cutting ot tho ment by saying that he would Intro- est and best known citizens ot this took him to Louisville to consult a dressod a note to Japan with regard present difficulties and prevent fu-t- o wires to Parral at the time prevented duce a bill two years hence on state- section, being 84. Ho is survived by specialist, and paid the expense, when s. the demands made upon China,1 turo disturbances. an appeal tor help. The Americans wide prohibition and see It passed. the following sons and daughters: H seemed that an operation waB i ' querying ln particular with respect JH Mexican problems were not dis- wero saved on the payment ot 1,000 Wallace, Mr. A. J. WIN Peratlve. Cleo Jr., to three points: The selection of cussed In the Senate today. Debate pecos. AUSTRIAN AND TURK Hams, Mr. Thomas Williams, Durocs For Sale. foreign advisers by China the pur- had been expected on Senator SherFIGHT DUEL IN TRENCHES Hartford, and another son at Central For f 9 I will sell you a 5 months City. chase of war munitions and the ques- man's resolution ot Inquiry as to For Sale.. old pig that you can't buy from the tion of foreign loans. The Jananeso whether tho United States made any London, Jan. 22. An Amazing 120 arces ot land, 1 mile ot Rock-por- t, ' Pie Breeder tor less man szu. it government replied to tho note on agreement with Central or South iris Hueciaitv. Ky mines. 60 acres bottom, duel between an Australian and a American countries not to Intervene 18 acres in wheat, 5 room house, 2 Turk is quoted as an example ot ,Mrek 22. "I never knew that man yonder you don't believe me write for lgree, also breed Sows, Quilts and to treat anybody well." ''Os, May 25, two treaties between ln Mexico without their consenUThe barns, big tobacco and stock barn, sheer recklessness by a .captain who 'resolution, however, was referred to Well watered, Coal "right under same, sheer recklessness by a captain, who White Wyandotte chickens and eggSs "Why not?" Japn and Chins, together with 13 BARRKTT. R. "Thev have to be HI first, he's a O. B. CASEBIER, the British In the Dardanelles. aetes, were signed ln the Chinese the Foreign Relations Committee 30t4 4 ..- -I Beaver Dan, Ky "occasionally doctor." 1 Rockport. Ky. "You do," foreign office, covering it was an- - without" debate. R. F. el pi U.- -t tw4 Wj.1ti 'V 26 PRISON "tall-itar- t'lTTZ?TJV"Z rrai -- -- I i,. I,,, r, "" - w-tt- .t. 1 rs 25.-Leg- islatlon I & Anu-oaioo- ""'""' Pat "to-wl- -- .. 1 , ,..,. ! In--n- er repre-foentc- d. I yes-tor- im-Mr- l! 1 D.-N- o. s p A' : i I s. n II m tho county of Jefferson members of REPUBLICAN STATE tho County Executive Committee shall bo elected ns provided in tho rules of the Stato Central Committee CONVENTION CALL especially appllcablo to tho county of Jefferson and said County Executive Committee shall determine tho manner of voting. TO (JATIIKll IN LOUISVILLE FOR Ono DclrRnte Every 100 Votes. TI1K PURPOSE OV KLECT- Ono delcgato shall bo elected for IXO DELEGATES. each ono hundred votes or fraction thereof amounting to fifty or over cast for the Republican candidates WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1ST. for electors in tach county at the presidential election In 1908, except In the County of McCreary (which had not been created In 1908) where Kcprcicntntlo n From All Couti' tho combined vote polled by the Retics In The States Totals publican and Progressive candidates 5i,350. for Presidential electors In 1912 is taken as tho basis. On this basis McCreary county Is entitled to nine KB jh JB r!s4iA The following call for a State Con- votes and these votes shall bo deto bo held In Louisville ducted from Whitley, Pulaski and vention ST March, 1st. has been Issued from Wayne counties, tho threo counties Republican headquarters: from which McCreary county was The Official Call. created, In the proportion that the "Louisville, Ky., Jan. S, 1916. Republican vote polled in these three . RojcMer $675 "To the Republican Electors of Ken- counties in 190S bears to the combinDemountable rims; with one extr En bloc 35 Horsepower motor . o K JUJ tucky: ed Progressive and Republican vote 106-in- ch wheelbaso Electric starting and lighting system "In accordance with established polled In McCreary county In 1912. Deep divan upholstery Electric control buttons on steering column custom, and in obedience to the rules Tho votes deducted are three from One-ma- n top; top cover governing tho Republican Organiza- Whitney, four from Pulaski and two Four inch tires tion of Kentucky, and the official call from Wayne. Upon the basis above the of the Republican National Commit- fixed the several counties of B tee, the Republican State Central State are entitled to representation '' With unerring judgment of value So again we have broken all records. And though the price Is reduced the Commltte of Kentucky, now directs as follows. car is improved. a State Convention of delegated Adair, 19; Allen, 19; Anderson, With a rush that swallowed up a that Again we have planned and bought power record production In jig time representatives of the Republican 10; Ballard, 7; Barren, 23; Bath, It has an material for a bigger production plant, en bloc type, developing full program. party of Kentucky be held in the 15; Bell, 2S; Boone, 6; Bourbon, 23; The public took more than 50,000 of thirty-fiv- e horsepower. It has abunCity of Louisville nt one o'clock p. m. Boyd, 29; Boyle. 15; Bracken, 11; the 3750 Overlands in six months. And again wc ara setting a new and dant power and speed and an exception1G; Breckenridge, 26; Bultime on Wednesday, the Breathitt, standard In six months we've absorbed all the supreme standard of value ally quick first day of March, 191G, for tho litt, 7; Butler.. 23; Caldwell, 15; overhead; absorbed nil the developYou can now buy the big, roomy, un purpose of electing four delegates and Calloway, S; Campbell, 70; Carlisle, Tlic value is ment expense; realized on all the exhorsepower comfortable, thirty-fivapproached. four alternate delegates from the 5; Carrol, 5; Carter, 26; Casey, 19; perimental cost that is usually spread Overland for S695. over a year. We guarantee that the prico for this State of Kentucky, at large, to the Christian, 46; Clark, 19; Clay, 20; model uill never be lower. National Convention of the Republi- Clinton, 11; Crittenden, 17; CumHere Is the value which has clearly We covered our material requirecan Party, to be held in Chicago, 111., berland, 12; Daviess, 39; Edmondominated the automobile market for prices saved ments at before-the-w- ar But this price reduction is made In the last six months now made even the face of a rising material market on Wednesday, the 7th day of June, son, 13; EHott, G; Estill, 15; Faythree and a half million dollars on 1916, and for the purpose of nomi- ette, 47; Fleming, 20; Floyd, 16; aluminum and another million on more clearly dominant. we cannot guarantee tbac it will not be steel. higher. nating two electors from said State Franklin, lGj Fulton, G; Gallatin, 3; Here is the car with a performance .at large, to be voted for at the elec- Garrard, 16; Grant, 11; Graves, 17; We have Increased our production Sec the Overland dealer now anrecord never even approached by any capacity of.300 cars per day last June tion to be held on November 7, 1916. Grayson, 24; Green, 13; Greenup, car of Its size ever built fifty thousand ticipate your requirement if need be in ever' day service. to 1 000 cars per day. but make sure of your delivery now "The Republican electors of the 21; Hancock, 11; Hardin, 19; HarState and all other electors, without lan, 14; Harrison, 16; Hart, 20; Henregard to past political affiliation, derson, 25; Henry,14; Hickman, 7; who believe in the principles of the Hopkins, 33; Jackson, 19; Jefferson, Company, Toledo, Ohio The Willys-OverlaRepublican party ai.d endorse Us po-- 1 272; Jessamine, 13; Johnson, 23; MU.UU.S.A- .llcies are cordially invited to unite . Kenton, 61; Knott, 6; Knox, 2S; La- n. . under this call in the election of del- ...... 1 n . T . ..i A . T .. . egates to this convention. Lee, 12; Leslie, 14; Letcher, 12; delegates to said State Con- Lewis, 19; Lincoln, 19; Logan, 23; vention shall be elected by county Livingston, 10; Lyon, S; Madison, mass conventions to be held In tho 32; Magoffin, 1G; Marion, 13; Mar county scat of each county at ono shall, 12; Martin, 10; Mason, 21; o'clock p. in. standard time on Satur- McCracken, 30; McLean, 13; Meade, day, February 26, 1916, except in 9; Menefee, 5; Mercer, 1G; Metcalfe, the counties of Bell, Boyd, Campbell 13; Monroe, 19; Montgomery; 13; and Kenton, In which counties .the Morgan, 14; McCreary, 9; Muhlen-sai- d conventions shall be held at the 'berg. 31: Nelson. 14: Nicholas. 11: cities of Middlcsboro, Ashland, New- -' Ohio, 33; Oldham, 6; Owen, 7; Off-po-rt and Covington, respectively; Isley, 12; Pendleton, 12; Perry, 13; provided that in the County of Jef-- 1 Pike, 35; Powell, 7; Pulaski, 41; ferson and the City of Louisville, the Roberston, 4; Rockcastle, IS; Row-Cit- y and County Executive Commit-fa- n, 10; Russell, 13; Scott, IS; Shel-t- ee shall provide for the holding of by, IS; Simpson, 9; Spencer, 6; for the selection of dele--' lor, 12; Todd, 16; Trigg, 14; Trim-gatin each district or sub division ble, 3; Union, 13; Warren, 29; of the county, as established by the vrashlngton, 15; Wayne, 17; Web Jefferson County Executive Commit- ster, IS; Whitley, 37; Wolfe, S; rrvjEMHtsaws tee and approved by this committee. Woodford, 14. Total. 2,356. Viva Voce Form of VottiiR. E. T. FRANKS, Chairman. ."The form of voting In said coun ty mass conventions- - shall be viva ALVIS BENNETT, voce. In the city of Loulsvillo and Sectretary. the poison dally, but tho rats are RATS ATTACK THE Jefferson county the County Execuwily. They will not go to the same tive Committee shall determine the Public Sale. bait twice, and it Is necessary to manner of votiug. The undersigned Committee, of the FRENCH TRENCHES vary tho lures. But from now on, "The Republican Congressional West Kentucky Petroleum Company, tho fight against the rats will go on District Committee In each Congres- duly thereunto authorized by the mercilessly, and the rat fighters will sional district will, as directed by stockholders of said Company, will, ONE YEAR SIX MONTHS ALMOST AS BAD be reinforced by 1,200 dogs, which the call of the Republican Xdtional on January 31st, 1916, at about one RODENTS TROVE have been mobilized by the military AN E.VE.MV AS THE Committee meet and direct the hold- o'clock p. m., on the J. T. Snell authorities. GERMANS. ing of a Congressional District Con- leasehold, about five miles east of vention In such district for the pur- Hartford, Ky., expose for sale to the Many People Don't Know. pose of electing two district dele- highest bidder, for cash, all of the A sluggish liver can cause a pergates and two alternate delegates to property and assets of the Company, Paris, Jan. 22. In some sections said National Convention and such Including the following: of the French front the rats are a son an awful lot of misery. Spells About 1500 acres of oil and gas greater danger than the Germans, of dizziness, headaches, constipation committee Is hereby directed to pro. vide in its call for the election of one leaseholds, on which are located four la Champagne and the districts ex- and biliousness are sure signs that (NOT SUNDAY) your liver needs help. Take Dr. member of the State Central Commit- producing oil wells, with derricks, tending from the Meuso to the Nord tee and for the nomination of one tubing and carrying rods; 2 SuO bbl. officers and men alike suffer dread- King's New Life Pills and aeo how AND elector to be voted for at said Na- tanks; 7 250 bbl. tanks; 1 100 bbl. fully from tho plague of rodents. they help tone up the whole system. tional election, November 7, 1916. tank; 1 ?0 bbl. tank; 2 receiving To a representative of the Pastucr Fine for the stomach too. Aids di"And it is hereby recommended tanks; 2 25 H. P. boilers; 2 25 H. P. Institute who was sent to inuiro Into gestion. Purifies the blood and that the delegates to the said dis- F. & M. oil engines: 3 20 II. P. tho rat plaguo a Colonel confessed clears the complexion. Only 25c at 3 trict conventions be elected at the Drilling Engines; 1 16 If. P. boiler; that he had to glvo up the parcels your Druggist. A GREAT MONTHLY same time aud in the same mauncr 1 Snow pump; 10,000 ft. 2 in. water sent him by his family. Altho he did MAGAZINE as the delegates to the said conven- line; 5,000 ft. 2 In. oil line; 400 ft. all he could to get rid of the rats, VD1.LA-DENIhaving 10 in. casing; S00 ft. S in. casing; his provisions disappeared a3 It by tion. ANY PART IN MASSACRE "SaW State Central Committee fur- 1500 ft. 6 in. casing; 1 lot 1& 2 in. magic. Even his "cigars were not ther directs that except as hereinaf- fittings; 1 donkey pump; 1 lot 1 in. respected. El Paso, Tex., Jan. 22. Theodore AND Trench rats, Indeed, seem to go Prieto, who says ho la a major in the ter provided, iu each and every coun- pipe; 1 lot tubing and rod tools;. 1 ty the uew members of the Republl- - tool house and contents; 2 small for everything. They have rendered Villa army appeared hero today and . can County Committee shall be elec- - houses; 1 span mules, wagon and captive balloons useless and even at- declared that he had been absent In ted by precinct meetings which pre- - j harness; 1 string drilllug tools com-cln- tacked sleeping soldiers. The evil disguise to tho border by General meetings shall be held nt 1 plete, including extra 1 25 H. P. is all tho more serious because the Villa to pay that Villa bad nothing to o'clock p. m. standard time, on Sat- - boiler, 1 25 H. P. drilling engine, rats are active propagators of dis- do with tho massacre of eighteen Two Months. urday March 11. 1916, In the man- - and lot of miscellaneous tools and eases. Tho military authorities have foreigners at Santa Ysabel on Janmade several attempts to get rid of uary 10. ner prescribed iu rulo two of the supplies, rules of the Republican Organization j The Committee reserves the right the plague. "Villa did. not know of tho tragedy There was a talk of utilizing the for days afterward," says Prieto. of Kentucky, except, however, that .to reject any and all bids. Hartford, Ky., January 20th, 1916. virus which the Pasteur Institute any county committee may provide "Ho instructed me to say he will thirty years ago, and execute the men responsible even if produced ROWAN HOLBROOK, for the election of county commlttee- jzueu by county mass convention and I. P, BARNARD, which gave excellent results every- they prove to be his own men, it -R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN. where. The virus which inocculates thy are caught." said election of committeemen shall c-Subscription orders at this rate will bo acthe rats with a fatal malady has onbe held by the same officers who Villa was near Rulco, In the vicinly been employed In isolated cases ity of Pearson, Chihuahua, when niHiit thn plpriinn nf rielprattk in Women of Sedentary Habits: cepted only when sent through regular Courier-Journ- al the'sTate Convention, and the form! Women who get but little exercise in depots and sheds. Prieto loft him, be said. t Agent in this district. researches, Now, after laborious of voting for the selection of such tare likely to be troubled with con- I has produced a delegates aud county committeemen stipatloa end indigestion and will the Pasteur Institute ID. shall be viva voce unless otherwise tlud Chamberlain's Tablets highly poison which is causing havoc among I Keix-tfoxrc- i, wblla it causes no inconprovided- by the county committee, beneficial. Not so good as a three or the rats, conventions shall be four mile walk every day, but very venience to man or dogs. In one IaJftHt cad,CkJldrta For sad suoa au held ln.suek county at the same time much better than to allow the bow- night It destroyed la the corner of In Wmr COURIER-JOURNA- L less than 420 CO., Louisville; Ky. which the delegates are els to remain la a constipated condi- one single trench-n- o and Always to said State Convention, to- - tion. They are easy and pleasant rats. elected tbe At the present moment the Insti- Signature of wlt: gb Saturday, February 26. 1916 to take aud most agreeable In effect. m tute Is preparing 1,300 bottles of provided that in Obtainable everywhere. at 1 o'otoek p. HHHMHHBMHMMMMMHMHMMHHHHUBBHEMflflMRjTA2HH llllllllliBS3BIII fer Yju Can Now Get the m Comfortable 35 Horsepower & !rn o4H Mode! 83 4iP! mnu xui get-awa- y. pre-emine- nt e UREY HADEN, Rockport, Ky. nd w es ! jgr-yasaies- LiKGVB a llBHEIIllliBgllBII !SS999SS3tt9SSS9SS$S0 1 $4.00 $2.00 Ii COURIER - JOURNAL Daily By Mail $ FARM ' and FAMILY $ ES DURING JANUARY FEBRUARY ONLY ct , Special Rate Period Limited to These Special Combination at a Little Over Half the Regular Price. c - CASTOR Um A BERRY WALKER, plaet br i.Wy. c&stfzt OvrZOYr v 4 :J a,wwwt ww! PCy. a If no real difficulty between Graves and Cllley at any time. Their seconds, tho Hon. George W. Jones, delegate from Wisconsin TerNATIONAL-MUSEU- M ritory, for Mr. Cllley, nnd tho Hon. Henry A. Wise, of Virginia, for Mr. SI IN Aft Graves, arranged tho dotallB of tho fJ duel, which was fought with rifles at WAS FOItMKItLY OWNED II V a dlstanco of about nlnpty yards, DAVID CROCKETT, WHO e pear tho rond to Marlborough, in ALAMO. DIED AT Maryland. Mr. Wise experienced some difficulty In securing a rifle for Mr. Graves' use, but finally succeeded In borrowing Mr. Rives' Derringer I J CILLEY-GBAVE- S DUEL rifle, which Is now In the section of gunnery of the museum. The duel was scheduled for 3 p. m. Gun TJint Killed CoiiRrChsnwn Made on February 24, 1838, and the two -- A j a IIundrcI Years Ago Dy parties met near tho boundary lino -Henry Derringer. of tho district, on tho Marlborough road. Mr. Cllley was accompanied by Mils second, Mr. Jones; his friends, i 3 An & Washington, Jan. 22. Among the Mr. Bynum, of North Carolina, and 49 'TTkftt'.. Ike third time thU morning. Col. James W. .Schaumberg, and by SJO I can't wait thousands of relics In tho United tfj A moment longer oh that fellow. in ? and Come fStntcs National Musoum at Wash Dr. Duncan, of Ohio, as his surgeon. Let me see what k Mr. Graves was attonded by Mr. Wise ington there are few objects more Smith's number? b ot Tne in ft repleto with historical lntcrest.than his second, by his friends, Senator "If Jones won't provide sufficient telephone facuT-tie- s a certain Derringer rifle, catalogue Crittenden and Mr. Mcncfcc, of Kenfor h customers, he can't blame me for dealing No. 9,509. This rlflo was used by tucky, and Dr. Foltz, of tho City of Col. David Crockett, of Ala'mo famo, Washington. Tho ground was markelsewhere. Operator, give me 437." and was also tho weapon fired by ed off and tho contestants took their How do you know thk very occurrence the Hon. William J. Graves in the places with rifles cocked and triggers doesn't duel with tho Hon. Jonathan Cllley, set. Mr. Jone3 gave tho wora Mr. H&x-tforc- l, happen wkh your single telephone. Have an auxiliary resulting In the death of tho latter,. Cllley fired first, and Mr. Graos a line; the cost k trifling. Call the business Office It was made about a hundred years second or two after him, but both ago, and tho curator of the division missed. Despite tho efforts of their friends of technology says it is nn exceede ingly and finely finished to adjust tho matter after each had CUMBERLAND gun, bolng still In excellent condi- been exposed to the flro of the other, no satisfactory arrangement could be muzzle-loadin- g tion. It Is a & COMPANY For Anything You May Need in sporting rlflo; the octagon rifled made, and the parties reasgymed INCORPORATED inches long and their positions and exchanged shots barrel la forty-flv- o fitted with a full stock of curley again, also without effect. Still being BOX 119, OWENSBORO, KY. maple, plain opon sights, a percus- unable to agrco after further argument, their rifles being loaded, they sion lock nnd a ""set" trigger. SASH, DOORS, COLUMNS, MILLWORK Col. Wright Rives, U. S. A., who went to their positions the third guard. For Our Lowest Prices. Bugles wero sounding reveille and has deposited tho rlflo in tho mus- time. This time they fired very nearDIE FOR was breaking when tho pris- eum, states that it was made for his ly together. Mr. Cllley was shot dawn oners, carefully bound, appeared to father, John Cook Rives, by Henry through tho body and expired a few MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE PLANINC KILLING AMERICAN take their placo before tho abode Derringer, celebrated for manufac- moments later. Incorporated congressional The committee wall, where hundreds have fallon turing superior firearms, particularFORDSVILLE, KY. Wilson, Mgrr n pocket pistol, found Mr. Graves guilty of a breech since civil war began In Mexico near- ly the of privileges in the House, but held ly six years ago. known as tho Derringer. John C. PAY PENALTY. FOK MURDER OF As tho prisoners faced the rifles Rives was ono of tho publishers of that Mr. Cllley had remained within 11ERT AKERS, FORMER tho Congressional Globe, now the his rights. They recommended the of the firing squad, with eyes KENTUCKLVN. Congressional Record, and knew expulsion of Mr. Graves from the Bernardo shouted: "Watch and see how Mexicans die. many Congressmen, several of whon House, and that tho seconds and If I had a rifle," he added, "some of he was accustomed to take out for friends bo censured. Such is the story you would go with us." rifle practico to a field, sometime of the Derringer rifle now to be seen EXECDTED IN CEMETERY used for horse racing, near, where In tho National Museum. No Mexicans Present. There wcro no Mexicans present tne corner of Fourteenth streol and Bad Cold Quickly Broken Up. except the soldiers and officers in Park road now intersect. Mrs. Martha Wilcox, Gowanda, N. Duram Ilrotlicn Curse Americans charge. Among them was David Crockett, Y. writes: "I first used ChamberWill help parents develop their sons into Tlicjr Faco Firing ConAs Bernardo, tho elder of the Mex- pioneer, hunter, soldier and lain's Cough Remedy about eight Spunil. icans, was 24 years old, and Feder-ic- gressman from 1827-3and 1833-3- years ago. the best type of citizens and Christian At that time I had a H 22. The latter gave a tintype who later lost his life at the Alahard cold and coughed most ot the gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat-- 2 picture of himself to a soldier to bo mo In the Texas struggle for free- time. It proved to be Just 'what I sent to his parents at Santa Rita, dom. Crockett seemed particularly to needed. It broke up the cold in a tered and comes from the best homes in El Paso, Tex., Jan. 23. Dcrnado N. M. Bernardo gave his hat as a like this rifle and often Joined the few days, and tho cought entirely Fedorlco Duran, and the Mexican present to a policeman who embrac- shobting parties to keep the South- - Its capacity is limited, there-- 2 himself In disappeared. I have told many ot cattle thieves, condemned to die by ed both prisoners as they left the practico., mmy .friends of tho good I received fore, reservations should be "made early, the Carranza nuthorltlca for the kill- jail for tho execution ground. Tho circumstances which led to through using this medicine, and all ing of Bert Akers, the former tho cemetory "gato the the fatal duel between Messrs. Graves who have used It speak of it in the Just Place your son in this select group of at San Lorenzo, a few miles party Inside and Cllley, of tho House of Repre- highest terms." Obtainable- - everyhaulted for a moment. below tho International boundary boys. Write ' "Wo want to hurry up and havo It sentatives, In which this rlflo figured where, m Friday, wcro executed at daybreak over," said Bernardo In a growl, an- so conspicuously, were qulto unusual in the cemetery at Juarez. The body swering tho question of an American. and more or less complicated. Tho reJust A Lapse. was interred here late of Akers "There Is nothing to say except that port of the investigating commltteo Hokus. I actually caught Long I killed the American and am will- appointed by tho House, covers the bow telling tho truth yesterday. For catalogue and information. Box A. Tho Duram brothers died cursing ing to die. We thought tho Ameri- story of this duel well; an abstract Pokus. Wasn't he embarrassed? Americans. Dcrnado appealed for cans wero trying to rob us and that of it taken from "Notes on Duels Hokus. Only momentarily. He immercy on behalf of his brother, Fcd-crlcthey wero armed. Tho pcaco officer and Dueling," by Lorenzo Sabine, mediately tried to lie out pf it. with them had no warrant to search follows. "It Is unjust to kill two of us for our place. But hurry up and have it On February 12, 1838 Henry A. L Dr. Bell's Pino Tar Honey. one American," ho said. "It is giving Wlso, of Virginia, presented to the over. For your cold, for your cough, for two eyes for ono tooth. I am wllllnc Capt, Alfredo, commanding the House a copy of the New York Cour- your feverish throat, nose and head, to die, because I killed the Gringo, firing squad, offered Bernardo a ier and Enquirer charging a member use Dr. Bell's Pino Tar Honey. Honbut my brother ought to bo allowed bandage for his eyes. Ho refused. of Congress with corruption, and ey soothes tho irritation, Pino Tar to live." asked for an investigation of the cuts tho phlegm, thus, relieving con "I want to see," ho said. Tho bullets of tho firing squad "I want to die as my brother dies, charge, Mr. Wlso stated that the au- gestion. Pino Tar also acts as an ankilled Fedcrico, but Dcrnardo was said Fedorlco, who bracod himself thor of the article was vouched for tiseptic as a result general relief fol- -' -- F still conscious after ho foil and tho against his brother and said: by the editor of the paper, nnd that lows. Breathing becomes caster and olllcer commanding tho, firing squad "Wo Should Die." the House was called upon to defend further inflamatlon. is arrested. Ingave him tho "mercy shot" thru tho "We are bad men, wo kill tho its honor." Jonathan Cllley, member sist on Dr. Bell's It head. American; wo should die." from Maine, opposed tho resolution, is an Ideal treatment. Price 25c. 3 Mexicans Hurled. Capt. Ortiz shook hands with the and in dobato said that if It was the Tho bodies of both Mexicans wore prisoners and embraced them. Then same editor who onco made charges The Ruling Passion. buried immediately, but that of Ber- he stepped back and gavo tho orders against ascertain institution, and latCynlcus. When a man gets all the er received facilities amounting to money he knows what to do with, nardo, who confessed to having fir- to aim and fire. stepped to tho 152,000 from tho samo institution, there Is only one thing ho wants. "Tho Captain ed the shots that killod Akers, wao exhumed to satisfy a doubt concern- bodies and fired ono shot thru Ber- which ho then gavo his hearty supSlllcus. And that is? ing tho Identity of the the slayer. nardo's head. A shot also was fired, port, ho did not think tho recent Cynlcus. More money. Judge. Douglas Downs, an American who into tho head of. Federico. charges were entitled to much credBill Bearing; Long" Wrin y was with Akers, seoking stolen cows, it in an American Congross. Mr. Mexwas In ordor; he was quoting a and who escaped tho bullets of Sciatica's Piercing Pain. icans declared last night after seeTHE INSTALLATION of To kill the nerve pains of Cclatlca published Houso Committee report tho prisoner yau can always depend on Sloan's on the subject, but a few days later ing Dcrnardo Duran was not tho man who shot Akers. Liniment. It penetrates to the seat the editor of tho paper, Col. James Ky. Downs was at tho Juarez cemetery of pain and brings easo as soon as It Watson Webb, addressed a note to him asking If ho were the editor re- Highway when tho face of the executed man Is applied. great comfort 'too with was exposed Into today and admitted Sloan's is that no rubbing Is required. ferred to, and, If so, demanding an Design. that he had been mistaken last Sloan'a Liniment Is Invaluable tor explanation. This note was dlecrtly responsible night. any stopping muscular nerve pain of is invariably followed ly tlic discovery tnat The certification by American off- kind. Try it at once if you suffer for the duel between Mr. Cllley and William J. Graves, of Kentucky, who icials whq wero with Downs to see with Rheumatism, Lumbago, tne bills for ribbons are muck less tban beSore delivery on the floor slayer had been duly executed Throat, Pain in Chest, the large corporation recently found fore. Sprains, undertook its served tonight to a calm feeling at Bruises, etc. It Is excellent for Neu- of the Houso for his friend, Col. tbat its ribbon expense was cut ia two. Ysleta where Akers and Downs lived. ralgia and Headache. 25c. at all Webb. Mr. Cllley refused to receive Tbis is not an accident. It is tbe result of noto, because, ho chose to bo Authorities had feared that the feel- Druggists. 3 Uhe ' tbe mechanical construction tbat makes tbe ing of resentment in Ysleta might drawn into no controversy with Col. DASI, KY. BEAVER L. C. Smith & Bros, cheapest to maintain. Webb, stating that by so doing he result In trouble. Southern Inventors, previously arrestmeant no disrespect to the bearer; Three Mexicans The hall hearings give light touch and eliminate Tho following patents were Issued but ho refused to affirm or deny any Office James Taylor's Livery Barn. ed In connection with cattle-stealin- g pounding impact. The ribton isactuated by the at Ysleta were removed to jail In El to Southern clients, reported by D. thing in regard to Col. Webb's char- carriage, not the typebar. The ribboa mechanism Swift & Co., Patent Lawyers, Washactor. Mr. Graves was not satisfied, Paso for protection. is automatic, so that the ribbon reverses at the inington, D. C who will furnish cop- however, and several notes between Women Attend Execution. stant the end is reached and without added strain. Tho execution was attonded by ies of patent for ten cents apiece to them wero oxchanged, with tho reLow ribbon cost, low cost or maintenance and fifty Americans, of whom, a number. our road era, sult that Mr. Graves finally challengA, Adams, these are guaranteed to La ed Mr. Cllloy, because ho would not Ky. William the highest efficiency were women. Joslah B. Bay whether he refused the note on L. C. Smith & Bros, users. The first automobile carrying spec- Orange, Ensilage-protecto- r, tators reached the cemetery shortly Qathrlght, Louisville, machine for tho grounds of any personal excepDEMONSTRATION FOR THE ASKING tion to Col. Webb as a gentleman after 3 a. m. It was greeted by a stuffing horso collars. Succeed when everything else falls. Tenn. Weston M. Fulton, Knox-vlll- e, and a man of honor. ' lone sentry who growled that "the BROS. TYPEWRITER C?" L. C. SMITH In narvoos prostration and female collapsible and expansible ves Naturally Mr. Cllloy dented Mr. wealcntessa they are the supreme prisoner had been shot and burled." , Hm, Offkt and Factory. SYRACUSE, N. Y. remedy, m thousands have tssUfit4 sel. Frank S. Washburn, Nashville,' Graves tho right to demand an abTko. machine raced back to All Prixiptl Cilitl Brntln in FOR KIDNCYtLIVERAND where a drowsy making ammonlon phosphate. solute "yes" or "no" answer, and CINCINNATI, .OHIO. 414 Mala Street STOMACH THOU ILK W. Vu. Charles O. Blackwell, accepted tho challenge. It. was a comuu I corperfcl ruuauu uuiu eiuuiuci It to Dm best swdklee ever aetl kth seer, declared tue uurans wero Hanna, collular packing structure. bat under tho duello or code, upon evsr a druggist's countsr. tq e shot at 5, o'clock by the provost Frank" Keelin, Oxloy, dirigible lamp.J a mere point ot honor, there boing ' huh ii mi I n aMaiBttfkBihM'Maia,atf FAMOUS RIFLE IN 8 BIG REDUCTION I PIS HliwJlllr OVERCOATS FOR THE NEXT 10 DAYS. Again' Paragraph 9 $15.00 Coats 12.50 19.00 8.50 5.00 Coats Coats Coats Coats n P7.t7 & A Soliloquy in Two i oty 6.49$ 4.49$ & 7.49'$ j many other bargains ana get me pick stock. stock. Hub Clothing Company K.y. TELEPHONE woll-mad- TELEGRAPH BE SURE AND MAILUS YOUR LIST er LUMBER .MEXICANS well-know- Jake ' Vanderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. 3 o, 1, 5, 5 Ken-tuckla- n, to-da- y. S g MSTHENEY & BATTS o. i 0 Reducing the Cost of Upkeep srcTnfiigr1ssM'r' Pine-Tar-Hon- Cil-lo- 0.E.TAYL0R.C.E. Beaver Dam, and Drainage L. C. Smith A fe? Bros. Typewriters -- DR. 0. E. HART VETERINARY SURGEON Electric Bitters y J 'wyajiTff' a,'wf g ,VwV-)t"- ; C?J m vote of thanks for their work. This The fish of the sea, beasts of tho wns done rnnld cheers. MAKE' TOBACCO land and birds of tho air all have The new organization, by unaniand their fights. Llko their quarrels mous vote, was given tho nnmo of nations they devour tho weaker, and Katmd ccordln to luir at t Poitolflc ONE tho Farmers' Tobacco Association. mll niltr ol lh econd the weaker the weakest. Nature has Ut'Uord. Ky., Following short talks by L. N RobelsM, long ago entered Into the spirit of ertson, leading Equity representative, and has provided Editor of preparedness D. Mad-doALLISON J. HARNETT having no offensive power with FARMERS' ASSOCIATION FORMED John Potts, of Thurston; P. Whltes-viltHARNETT, Associate Editor those Llvla; J. W. Ware, of of ESTILL Tako tho porcux strong defense. AND OLD INSTITUTION and W. R. Grimth, of Browns to pine, for Instance, Inoffensive, yet he Address all communications Valley. Chairman Berry was empowWIPED OUT. seldom overpowhas a coast defense The Hartford rtepubllcan. ered to name a coramltteo of farmers ered by tho enemy; and tho skunk, and constituto formulate deadly gases drives away all whose NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS tion, to be presented at a meeting to ARE UNANIMOUS ON PLAN bo held at Owensboro at 10 o'clock in nbirlbr dwlrln th paper trot to a "" Intruders. ddraMdnOBt glre the old addreea In making the The people of Ohio county favor. the morning at the courthouse, for raqneat. they do not think Jlulnrm Locale and Notices 10c per line and 5c preparedness, but tho purpaso of making tho organiit is the problem of the day. They T(J Procur0 ncttcr Prices nntl More zation pcrmnncnt. par Hie tor each additional Insertion. Obltaarlee, Renotatlona and Card ol Thinke.Bc rather believe it the necessity oi uie WntcIiMonl. Facilities For Marketing per line, money In ndrnnce. day. Nor do they believe or want itJ , Resolutions wero adopted declarChurch Notice for eerrlcee free, bnt other The Weed. a duty that' a nolltlcnl issue. It's adrertlsemente. Be per line. ing tho purpose of tho organization will receive no needs attention, not speech-makinAnonymous comnionk-atlonIn the selling ot tois to ttentlon If funds nre lacking give us a tariff. bacco and to protect Its members Owensboro, Ky., Jan. 22. All to- Give us the means of defending ourfrom concerted buying Interests, and TELSrHOITSS. selves and our Industries with tho bacco organizations were declared to to open mnrkets at several establish. .&23 CAX3a.'boio.sl.jL .... bo out of existence, and a now orsame drafting. . GO ed places throughout tho district. Tunieia' Uutual.... We should have n defense no mat- ganization of farmers was created Tho resolutions also recite that it ter what tho cost. Advocates of this aftern'oon at the courthouse. Tho shall bo tho duty of the association FRIDAY, JANUARY 28. peace are acclaiming even against Green River Association, one of tho to abide by the laws of the Commonthis but the story of David would oldest, maintaining Its organization wealth. Already nearly 10,000,000 way into bibli- through all the troubles that these never have found Its For President 1916 pounds ot tobacco have been sold till cal history had not the Seventh Son Institutions have encountered recent- year over the Owensboro loose leaf CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS, would ly, had called a district meeting. of Indiana. been armed with a sling that floors. Owensboro Is practically the President W. G. RIney Immediately only selling point In what Is known reach further than the sword of was recognized Henry S. Berry, who ofHe wa3 prepared and as the Green River district. In forWe have had our 'first opportunity consequently victorious. Give us a fered the following resolution: years the American Tobacco to buy 1916 spring poems. a growers of mer "Whereas the tobacco line of coast guns that will reach Company nnd the Imperial Tobacco mile further than the enemy's and the Green River section, being total- Company boughtnnd received tobac' Almost a month of leap year gone what have we to fear from Invasion. ly unorganized, are experiencing conand as yet we've had not a single pro- We will raise the offensive when Con-nre- ditions that, If not remedied, will co at towns in Daviess, McLean, Hancock," Breckenrldge and Ohio counposal. declares war. A few more result In bankruptcy to tho growers ties. Now practically all that tobacco d battleships, more modern Implements and general decline In all farm is coming to Owensboro. Ollve branch tooth picks should bo a larger army of trained men I Ues. It was with a general feeling The fnrmers generally havo not very popular among the will do for the defense. We should 0f skepticism that we were forced been pleased with this years' prices, advocates. floor system not go crazy on the subject, but con to accept tho loose-lebut the buyers claim tho crop is tinue In the same rut and instead of of selling tobacco. For the last two both lacking in weight and is greatly The helghth of our ambition is entering into the fight with a battle seasons all other ways of selling toto fly over Mexico In an aeroplane cry we will enter with only a peace bacco have been abandoned. The Inferior to that of last year. The buyers also claim tho low grades are with n gbod supply of rotten eggs. system has been weighed of a battle cry. That's the only cer- loose-lea- f selling $1 higher than last year. lmmealaJe n'ncP found woefully wanting. In Reports from Frankfort indicate tain peace we see In the The three tobacco pooling organifuture. the first place practically all of the zations, the Green River, the Equity that 'our representative Is grinding In case of war, whether to defend Green River district has been forced Society nnd the Consolidated, were away like Emery and that the Sena- -' our honor or our coasts, we will all to come to Owensboro, thereby creat put out of business by the advent of lor Is sticking lick a Leach. get behind the president, Democrat, ing a great congestion. Tho 'loose- - the loose-lea- f houses two years ago, European War, adjourn Republican, or what not. Just as leaf floors are crowded from day to and with the decision of the court, Stop the Congress and the Kentucky Legisla- readily will we get behind him for drjy. Tobacco almost without ex in holding tho pooling act to bo a ture, and the noise from Mexico conservative preparedness but there ception is selling at a price below tho violation of the anti-trustatute. would sound like forty pigs wallow- is a business-lik- e and dignified way cost of production. ing in a puddle of Johnny-jump-uDelay and Expense. to go about this and we hope it will Announcement. be accepted. "The cost of selling, which the Messrs. M. L. Heavrin, A. D. Kirk so much' of It going down With Congress and the President can go farmer must pay, is enormous, "it Rough river these days it seems a too far with this preparedness, and now takes at least ono week from the and Otto C. Martin announce that shame to have to pay for current. there Is a danger ot not going far time the farmer puts his tobacco on they have formed a pardnership for the practice of law under the firm Yet, if you sent the house girl down enough. Go too far and the people wagon at home until he gets his name ot "Heavrin, Kirk & Martin. would probably be wjll be taxed and burdened unneces- his .after it there check. Often during this delay the Their offices will bo located In the someone there to meter. sarily, Go not far enough and the farmers' tobacco damages In the bas- same offices now occupied by the eagle, the emblem of which we are ket on the loose leaf floor, thereby firm of "Heavrin & Klrk," on Main A news dispatch says that Michiall so proud, may become a dove and causing it to sell at a lower price on street, Hartford, Ky., opposite tho become intoxicated gan some day be found sitting on the account of .damage caused by Uae slow Court House. by sucking the sap from certain overlookprocess of the loose leaf, floor. Pracboozy branch ot a deadened tree They will practice their profession trees. With the naing the ruins of a tically all of the outlying-receivinLin all Courts of this State. Matters squirrels getting nuts 'there and the cooing sadly all the while points are closed and these farmers placed In their hands will be given js certainly need of reform in our tiona and liberty. for lost are confronted with an enormous ex- prompt and careful attention. Their forests. pense In marketing ttieir tobacco. friends are cordially Invited to call These conditions have become un- on them. The City Council of Hartford re- $25,000,000 IS ASKED TO BUILD GOOD ROADS bearable. Tobacco growing lhas becently passed an ordinance making come unprofitable, a cry has gone up H a $1 fine to allow chickens to run Flame. The A certain young friend of A $25,000,-00- 0 over the land for relief, and that the Washington, Jan. 22. at large. Great Industries have been built tobacco growers get together In one upon the use ot this flame. The ours Is now circulating a petition federal aid bill for asking that the law be repealed. Try- with state authorities In the con- compact organization. blowpipe in which they arc combin"Therefore, Be It resolved that, ed fits the hand; the flame is but a ing to stand in with the chickens, struction of rural post roads was Intoday by Representative appreciating our helpless, unorganiz ee? finger-poitroduced and yet no metal can reed condition, and appreciating the sist It. A new tool is born in Abercromble of Alabama. When two Mexicans were being Representative Henry of Texas In- fact that battling singly we are help The broken shaft of a lined up to be shot for killing an troduced a bill for federal less, but organized into one body we steamship may be welded in Its American the other day one of them with the states In rural post are all powerful, a fact appreciated place; the thin edges of a kitchen dleing stated that he didn't mind by the buying end. roads. boiler may be Joined without rivets, but it wasn't right to give two for "Therefore, Be It the sense of this A bill for consolidation of certain when tho arthought tracts of lands with the Florida for- body that we ask that all the old as and the day one. The Greaser probably bo mor plato of a battleship may the American from Chicago, so let's est reserve was Introduced by Rep- sociations disband, terminate their welded to that the whole armor mav .not be too hard on him. existence as tobacco organizations, bo a "continuous piece. The resentative Wilson of Florida. work Fifty-fiv- e minute speeches on tho and let us turn this meeting into a of oxygen and actylene docs not In this issue is the official call for good roads mass meeting of tobacco growers. cease here, however, for tho process County Mass Convention to be held Shackelford $25,000,000 bill, evenly divided between urban Let us proceed to organize, to elect can bo revrsed. If metals can be in the court house In Hartford Feb- representatives who oppose it and a temporary chairman, and take steps r melted together, steel can be cut p. m., for ruary 26 at one o'clock tho rural districts who to form a, new organization for the the purpose ot choosing delegates those from were delivered In the handling of the tobacco grown in the apart, not melted apart, although this Is possible, but really cut. to the State Convention at Louisville, support it, today and more will bo heard Green River district." Everyone has heard the musical March 1st, and the District Conven- House Proceed To Reorganize. on Monday. The money would bo whir of the circular saw and has tion at Ellzabethtown February 29. apportioned to all states, conditional Short discussions of Mr.' Berry's seen It eat Its way Into the log, reupon local resolution followed and it was adopt moving the particles as it advances, A PIECE OF A BATTLE CRY. "Wa don't want to appropriate a ed by a rising vote. For a temporary and tbowlng out the sawdust. The The twentieth century has opened our eyes to many things and the lot of money for roads that probab- chairman Henry S. Berry was named log Is cut by the saw. If the from country depots to and elected by the large number of flame Is played upon the edge least of them is by no means that ly will-ru- n of a piece of sieel or a billet ot steel, at no time impossible even farmers' houses," was the way Rep farmers present. war is Numerous names of men were sug the temperature almost immediately among the most civilized peoples; resentative Magee of New York epl gested for; temporary secretary, all arises to white heat. If, then, oxygen only ; hope lies In foresight tlmozed the opposition. that the "The greatest objection of the op of whom declined to serve. There is released in a thin Jet upon this .and preparedness. Not only is war possible but there Is dan- ponents of this bill Is that it would was a tendency on the part of every brilliant heated surface, It literally at all times ger of being forced to chose between not provide peacock highways run one connected with any of the for- burns the steel. While the saw coarsewar and subjection. If we are not ning from ocean to ocean for auto- mer organizations to keep away from ly removes large grains ot sawdust, in a measure prepared the choice mobiles," Representative Thompson any office. The name of S. B. Leo the oxygen Jet seeks the molecules was put in nomination. He also de- ot the steel, combines with them, and amounts to nothing, for national dis- of Oklahoma replied. Many opponents ot the measure clined at first. He had at one time traveling as rapidly as the molcules honor; possible subjection and tho haunt of defeat are certain. Univer- declared the proposed appropriation been a member of the A. S. of E., a can fly, the oxidized metal Is carried sal peace has been a myth; treaties should be applied to preparedness former secretary of the Green River, out In a brilliant shower of sparks the Bawdust are honored only when convenient. expenditures. Good highways are and subsequently in the employ of closely resembling There may como a tlmo when we necessary to the transportation ot the American Tobacco Company Fail- thrown out by trie saw. As the oxying to secure a secretary, Mr. Lee's gen cuts Its way Into tho metal, tho think wo have universal peace, but troops, it was replied. name was again "put in nomination torch is moved backwards, and shortthere Is no such thing. As long as and ho was drafted Into service, XV. II. Ward Dead. ly tho cut Is seen identical in every we havo an enemy we will be suspic Following the adoption of Mr. respect with the cut made by tho cirof him, and our enemy will W. II. Ward died at his residence ious likewise watch us, Is thero anyone at Sunnydnle, this county, last Sun- Berry's resolution Mr. RIney made n cular saw In the log, and In a mlnuto without an enemy? A few, no doubt day. After funeral services at tho statement In which ho Indorsed it and perhaps, a piece ot steel a foot square out start them in business, let them Christian church, Taylor Old Fields, said the Green River Association was has been cut In two and ono end come In contact with their fellow Monday morning at 11 o'clock, his lieartll; in favor of a major oi,tirl-zatlo- drops with a thud. It was thus tho and stood ready to turn over battleship Maino Was cut to pieces man through llfo and their greatest remains were burled in the church and removed from Havana harbor. will be tho forgiving burying grounds thero. The deceas- what money it had. d death-betask It. H. Ford, recently elected pres- It Is by this process that lives are of their enemies. Jesus Christ had ed had been n member of tho Christhem. Are there more perfect men? tian church for 25 years. Ho was ident ot tho Green River to succeed saved where peoplo aro imprisoned by flro. "Oxygen A New Industry, A nation after all Is only a unit com- 75 years old tho 10th day of last Mr. RIney, indorsed the action. o Of tho 500 farmers present there A. Cressy Morrison In National posed of men and their tempcrments. November nnd waa tho father of 13 for January. 9 girls and 4 boys. Ho were men from all parts of Daviess havo their enemles.they havo children .Nations county and men who had formerly o i' their' honor to defend, their posses- was well liked by everybody. lioKlcul Conclusion. belonged to all tobacco organizacaro for and their rights to sions to "I must dress this hurt I huvo tions. Kcritop Seed For Sale. protect, and as long as they aro rulnhnlrninn Ilerrv asked the farmers Redtop Seed, $1.00 per bushel at living so long will they ed by tho " Is somo raw cotton, ma." flhf Wo sav llvliiK becauso man is D. L. D. SANDERFUR, Beaver Dam, present to extend 'to nil thea officers I "Heromy son that. was well dono." 'Ah, rising fights. Ky. 30t4 of all former organizations not the only creature that Hartford Republican. k 1 SOCIETIES x, 1 e, VEVE GOT THE HOSE SHOES mm&mwM YOU LWANT by-la- s g. I iff Blllfe Go-Hat- h. IF YOU HAVE HAD TROUBLE WITH YOUR FEET COME AND SLIP THEM INToA PAIR. OF OUR. . ss !- vnl-an- THEY WILL FEEL 50 GOOD AND BE PRICED So LoW THAT YOU "COMFORT" SHOES. xfr . 1 peace-at-any-prl- af vs for your shoe s. all .shoes for the same price are not the same xuality. no poor shoe s at any price in our store. ng you will buy them and you to come to thank uj for telli- tI. .; ful hosiery. just ought to see our beautl-- c st p. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky; G. 0. P. DISTRICT crats that Mr. Johnson has served; long enough and that It ls"tlrLol(Iiat his position was filled by a Repub- wood-pecke- rs wood-pecke- rs once-powerf- ul g COMMITTEE MEETS lican. ne nt metal-workin- g. may-com- o n Mag-azln- In Congressional matters as welt as all other matters of State a change ot political parties is needed: INDORSE MORROW AND LONG AS now and then, and such a change DELEGATES TO NATION- always has a good wholcsomo effect, AL CONVENTION. and this appears to bo an appropriate year for a change ot Congressman in this District. At a meeting of Republican DisAmerican Tinplntc for Wale. trict Committee of the Fourth ConThe Invasion ot the British margressional District held nt Elizabeth-towKy., on Monday, Janunry 24th, ket by American tlnplatc Is anat 12 o'clock, noon, standard time, nounced in the London Morning Post Breckinridge of December 15, as follows: there wns present: county, John P. Haswell, Jr.; Bullitt, Three hundred boxes of American W. N. Griilln by proxy, J. B. Borer; tlnplatcs aro duo to arrive at Swan-'-p-es- a on Friday, this being tho first Grayson, by proxey, Charles Blair; Green, by proxy, C. L. Barnes; Har- consignment ever sent by tho United din, by proxy, C. C. Wiseman; Hart States to that placo. Previously Amby W. II. Strange, by proxy, G. A. erica has consigned only very few Dccord; Larue, by G. D. Ashcraft; parcels of waster plates to this counMarion, by J. A. Smith, by proxy, D. try, and none of theso went to Swan- -A. Burke; Meade, unrepresented; esa. The viow is hold that In all Nelson, present by proxy, J. C. Suth- - likelihood tho plates in this instance erlln; Ohio, present by A. D. Klrk; j will bo reexported to the Continent Taylor, by proxy, C. C. Terry; Wash-- , under tho same licensing conditions-tha- t ington by proxy, T. C. Hackson. It pertain to Welsh tlnplates, but was ordered that the district conven- tho Welsh tlnplate trade Is greatly tion be held at 10:30 a. m Februa- concerned wjth tho eventual possiry 29, 1916, at Ellzabethtown. bilities of this innovation. It was further ordered that the How is that for an Industry rs committee go on record as indorssneered at ing E. P. Morrow and Geo. W. Long nhd pronounced It Impossible .when as two of the delegates at largo at William McKlnley wroto a strong the Republican National Convention Protective Tariff on tlnplate Into the to be held at Chicago, Juno 7, 1916. McKlnley bill ot 18907 McKlnley'ff John P. Haswell presided as Chair- wisdom and confidence In Protection man, Charles Blair as secretary. as the proper American policy wero A fine spirit ot harmony prevailed splendidly vindicated In the case ot at the meeting and the Progressives tlnplate. That Protection created a were assured of tho very farest big and flourishing domestic industreatment in the event ot Republic- - try, cheapened the product to doau success, and they were cordially mestic consumers, and illustrated Invited by a vote of the Committee what a Protectlvo Tariff could to come back into the ranks of the our country when proporly apRepublican party. plied. No better Illustration could Chairman Haswell presided with bo Imagined as to tho way to achlevo a lino spirit ot fairness and enthu- industrial independence of Europe. siasm. It was tho opinion ot tho Wo can do it In the dyestuff Industry members present that he made an tho same way It was done for te ideal chairman and had performed by an adequately Protecttvo-Tarlf- f his duties s(nco his election to that put on and kept on. Thero oJUco In a very fine way and In such aro many lines ot production that manner as to best promote tho aro open to development through of tho party and secure a a Protectlvo Tariff. spirit of harmony upon all occasions. I It was the opinion, of the commit-te- o In The FimtHtcps of Columbus. assembled that the Republicans "What a great event tho discovery of the Fourth Congressional Dis- of America was,'' trict havo an excellent chanco this "Yes," replied Miss Cayenne. 'And year to elect a Congressman to suc- what a comfort Its rediscovery has ceed Hon. Ben Johnson. Thero ap- been to a number of United State: pears to bo a general sentiment pre- citizens who forgot nil about It a, vailing .throughout tho District llvod abroad until tho war come."' among both Republicans and Duuio- - Washington Star. n, which-AmericaFreo-Tradedo-fo- r tin-pla- ' m ""!"'' '' Vjf DAYS MORE ONLY TWO more days of our wonSales remain. derful Nine-Gen- t If you have pursuaded yourself that there is nothing much toxit, and have not favored us with your presence, IT'S YOUR LOSS. TWO Ladles, don't fail to take advantage of tho frco ticket proposition Co. at offered by the Gormand-For- d their opening play "Lena Rivers," nt Dr. Bean's Opera House next Monday night. Get busy andget ono paid ticket, and tho other is yours free. Company will The Gormand-For- d present, Monday night, "Lena Rivers": Tuesday nlghtj "Old Eblno- zer"; Wednesday night, "Missouri Girl." Don't fall to seo these pernt Dr. Bean's Opera formances House. This company will bo here all next week with a change of pro gram each night. 25-ce- nt YOUR s: FRIENDS Tho pictures nt tho Star Theater continue to draw good crowds and tho management is giving' the very Tho house was best of service. packed and many turned away Saturday night when Marguerite Clark was seen In "Wild Flower." Tho famous llttlo movie' star, Mary Pick-forwill bo shown In the near fud, arid 'neighbors ture. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Carson and Mrs. Hez Ward left yesterday for Shuberta, Miss., whero they will be the guest of tho families of Messrs. David Moroland, Jim Tanner and Haden Webb for several days. Upon the return tho party will stop over at Fayette, Ala., to visit Mrs. G. L. Thompson, formerly Miss Olice Carson of this city. Tho well known show people Gormand-Ford Co., will bo In Hartford next week with a good show at Dr. Bean's Opera Houso each night, beginning on Monday, January 31. Don't miss these shows. If you do you will regret It. They will put on "Tho Missouri Girl," "Tempest and Sunshine," "St. Elmo" and other equally as attractive plays during the week at Dr. Bean's Opera House. Sheriff nnd Mrs. S, O. Keown en-- have been here,tind were not only delighted but were amazed at our WONDERFUL VALUES. OUR ADVICE to you is, that you do not let these last days go by. without attending. BIGGER and BETTER VALUES is our slogan. This sale, like ail of our l previous sale?, mist wind up Put with a whiz. Get busy. some '.pep" into yen. self. you don't you will be sorry. If tertained the magistrates at dinner Tuesday at their homo on Frederica street. After an elegant meal tho squires consented to pose for the camera and the picture shows the following guests. Esqs. Ed Shown, S. W. Leach, L. L. Fulkerson, R. Q. Tlchenor, Wlnson Smith, B. F. Rico nnd Ben, W. Taylor; County Attorney C. M. Crowe, County Judge Jno. DepB. Wilson, Supt. Shult8; uty Sheriffs Bratcher and Miller, and Mr. T. B. Frymlre. Esq. Dean, owing to important business matters, sent In regrets. "Miss Lucy," the pet gooso which belonged to the lato Mr. Charley Sullenger and about which Tho Republican printed an article last spring, is absolutely lost slnco the death of Us master. This novel pet was' very devoted to Mr. Sullenger before his death and unless he sent it back, would follow him to tho business part of town and into the stores, but forced to stay at home tho faithful fowl would always meet Its Idol upon his return In1 tho afterDuring his last illness he noon. would call to tho goose from his bed and It would omp running, qtiuck-In- g all tho while. Now that its Idol is gone "Miss Lucy" is very lonely and seems despondent. She searches tho place dally for her master. A strange talo of a wandering pig was told to us yesterday by Mr. Geo. Jones of near Hartford. The pig in question belongs to Mr. Hobart Baughni who lives a few miles above town and on the other side of Rough river. It became dissatisfied with Its location last Thursday night and broko out of its pen, wandered down to the river and probably having heard of great country and riches on tho other side, decided to set out and seek fortune over hero. He plunged Into the icy waters and began his long Journey. Next heard of the wanderer ho was a prisoner on the farm of Mr. Henry PIrtle. People of that section are wondering how the pig made the crossing for it was necessary for him to swim through fifty 'yards of back water besides fighting Rough river with 'its four mile current- - The pig Is only 7 weeks old and didn't weigh over 15 pounds. Can you beat It? This little pork was raised by Mr. William Lake, Route 5, which probably accounts for Its REMEMBER this, that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITETA HQUrSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JANUARY 28. SS L., H. & ST. L. R. R. TIIE TABLE. No. 113 due at Ellmltch 8:32 p.m. No. 110 duo at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton .. 5:35 p.m. Lv. Irvlngton .. 5:56 p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. Lv. Louisville .. 8:36 a.m. No. . Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m. Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a. m. 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch 'ill ... M., H. & E. R. R. TIME TABLE. South Bound, No. 115 8:45 a. m. Due at Hartford North Bound, No. 114 5:55 p. m. Duo at Hartford (Both "Mixed Trains.) Mr. R. E. Lee Slmmerman cashed in Tuesday'aml; retired Jo his home there to patiently awaft the passing J of "the" la grippe. Sheriff 8. O. Kcown left early yesterday morning for Louisville where ho took a prisoner wanted In Ohio. Tho Sheriff returned fast night. Iler's Grocery has Just received another large shipment of Cups and Saucers, Tlatcs and many other new things. Call around and sec. Mr. Chicken, have your boss go to Iler's Grocery and buy you some Meat Scraps, Poultry Bone, Charcoal, Musslo Shells, Grit and Chicken Feed. Join tier's Rotary Library and read tho new Books and then go to tho motion picture show and seo the play. Ninety cents only for Friday and Saturday. 9 A Sheriff s7"o7TCeown made seventeen arrests last Friday and Saturday in connection with possum hunter trials to come up at this term of Circuit Court Messrs. T. H. Black and E. E. Dlrkhead left yesterday afternoon Saturday. for Shelbyvlllo, whero they expect Mr. J. ATDellamy, of Whltesvllle, to buy a registered saddle stud for was hero Thursday. tho firm of Black & BIrkhead. Mrs. Earl Illckard Is sick at her Mrs. Rowan Holbrook entertained home with pneumonia. tho Social Club Wednesday afterMr, RowanHolbrook was In Louis- noon at her home on Washington ville several days this week. street. Mrs. M. M,. Bardwell, of . Mr. A. C. Yelsor Is spending a Loulsvije, was guest, pt .honor. few days Ir. Dawson gprlngs. BalesmjJiT'WaiitedTjr'look after Mr. a. "E. Casebler, of Rockport, our interest In Ohio and adjacent route 1, was In town Thursday. counties. Salary or commission. Ad- " spent the weok-- 5 '. Mrs. U."s7"Carson ' IL CO, THE HARVEY, end with her mother aT Dundee. ' Cleveland, O. Mrs. S.T. Darnett, who has been "111 for several days. Is llttlo better. Build a business of your own. Bo Retail our Sanitary n Real 'Estate independent. For big bargains Big Profits. For partlcu-- . see Holbrook & Parks. Hartford, Brushes at ... 7" lars auuri-sa-, Ky. NORTH BRIDGE COMPANY, Mr. EbUII Harnett left Tuesday Freeport, 111. for Nashvlllo whero he will probably Everybody remembers now they locate. Co. when enjoyed tho Gormand-For- d Mr, U. "G7 Rngland, of East Vlow, hero before. They aro better preKy is in town mixing with old pared than ever to glvo you a first friends, class nntertalnmont. Go and hear Hon. Lawrcnco P. Tanner, of Remember tho dates each cnebo'ro, was In town Wednesday nlRht next week, beginning with . nm Thursday. Monday, January 31. Miss "Ruth Tichhor, or Centortown, 'JllOrO lias UctJU vuuoiuciuuiu imu- is the guesl of Miss Gaylo Tlchenor I meut R8 t0 wncther or not it is cor- v on union sirem. rcct to Bay, "wemi your way. i Eng-th- o Tlie Ohio County Flscui Court was j llon.t know whether It is correct goust of tho management at the jBU 0r not but I do know you will mnko no mistnko by wending your Star Theater Tuesday night. , ' 3n,.. y to tho Grcon Front for your to- n lvTiIHTToTiI. of and Groceries. Farmers' Phono, of Mr. -- pupTohfDuko Mr. H. P. Taylor was In Louisville this week. .Mrs. S. J. Wedding Is quite HI ' with grip. o Mr. E. E. Blrkhead was In Owens-bor- - J... .. daring spirit. A distinguished visitor to Hartford last Friday was Col. Murray, oT Hardlnsburg. While horo the was In the Republican office and wo got him started on some Civil War stories- - Here's one that he gaye us. For Bomo time Col. Murray's regiment was stationed at Hopkins-vlll- o and during that time a prisoner was taken and condemned to bo shot as a spy. Col. Murray, then a subordinate officer was ordered to tako chargo of tho execution tho next morning at daybreak. Ho loaded tho guns of tho firing squad, putting blanks in half of them and bullets In tho rest. Tho men were stationed In what was then known as tho old Boat Houso, because If its peculiar Col-on- ol r - Ow-'wn- this";;;," thop shape, aud tho condemned roan was locked in ono of Jno rooms of the old houso. Everything was prepared for tho execution and tho hours slipped by. Tho Colonol was by uo means enthusiastic over the town of Island. i PLI'MDS GUILTY TO ILLICIT SALE THE PRICK OF CHEMICALS. OF LIQUOR IV CALSTILL GOING HKYVARI HOUN COURT. Since the outbreak of the war tho prices of chemicals, especially thoso Calhoun, Ky., Jan. 26. A signal used on photographic processcs.navo ' was advanced to tho point where they aro success for law enforcement In Circuit Court, here yes- almost prohibitive. achieved terday when A. R. Pollock, a drugIn practically every instance whero gist of Island, on a plea of guilty the quotations of the present week was fined $150 for Illicit sale of li- aro compared with thoso (n effect quor and his solemn obligation .to before the war the Increase has liee.ii hereaftpr refrain from selling same at least 100 per cent. In several was obtained from him by Common- cases the1 increase Is even greater. Prices of drugs have advanced alwealth's Attorney Smith. It developed during the early days most without exception. In many of the regular term of the McLean cases it is impossible to obtain moro Circuit Court, which began January than half tho quantity formerly sold 17th, that a vast number of the best for a fixed price. Tho constantly citizens of the Island neighborhood Increasing cost is also notlceablo la had for quite a while been of the the purchase of medicine. Bromide of potash, used in mediopinion that the liquor laws were violated In that cine, has advanced from 35 cents to being flagrantly community and In order to fix the $6 a pound. Benzole, formerly sold responsibility for same and to put a at 50 cents a gallon, now costs $1 a stop thereto quite a number of the gallon. Collodion, another chemical citizens several months ago set about widely used, now sells at $1 a pound. usjyl extensively la to procure the evidence necessary for Hydroqulnone, of the mixing of photographic developsuch purpose. Tho productloh the evidence accumulated by these ers, sold at 80 cents a pound befora people showed conclusively where the war; $7.50 a pound Is the presthe responsibility, for at least a large ent quotation, and there is precious portion of the illicit liquor lay and little to be had at that price evcnn when same was laid before Common- Metol, another Important Ingredient wealth's Attorney Smith he prompt- in the mixing of developer, has leaply filed Information In Circuit Court, ed from $4.90 a pound to $30. Iodide of ammonia formerly sold charging Pollock with violating the law In nine separate counts or in- for $3.50 a pound. It is now quoted was promptly at $4.20. Iodine rcsublime has adPollock stances. brought before the Court by appro- vanced from $3.15 a pound to $4.30, priate process and the prosecutions while iodide of potash has advanced set for trial Monday, January 24th. from $2.65 to $3.76. There has been a tremendous inOn account of. other matters claiming attention of the Court the prosecu- crease in the cost of acids, especially tions against Pollock were not reach- nitric acid. It sold at 4 2 cents per . ed until Tuesday afternoon, at which pound before the outbreak, of the Your Chance To Buy Groceries. time the Commonwealth's Attorney war; but there are plenty pf buyers Other business interests requiring promptly announced ready for trial. now at 12 cents per pound. The price my attention, I am offering my The defendant announced not ready of metals has also soared. Zinc is a .stock of groceries to the public and asked the Court to continue the fair example. Ten cents a pound at actual cost. Sale now in full cases until the next term 'but Was was the price before the war timo swing and if you fail to drop in and unable to show sufficient grounds quotation. Now zinc sells at 28 cents take advantage of this- - opportunity therefor, and the Court directed 'that a pound. you are punishing your pocket book. the trial proceed. A Jury was seEverything goes for cash. , Notice. lected and at the moment they were U, S. CARSON, about to be sworn, tho defendant To vhom it may concern: The firm ot Dexter & Baker, forHartford, Ky. through friends sought a consultation with the Commonwealth's At- merly doing a business in the town Held to Answer. torney with a view of reaching an of Beaver Dam, Ky., was, by mutual In the matter of the Com'th. vs. adjustment of tho whole matter. At agreement, dissolved on tho 28th Joe Tate and James P. Taylor, of the end of a conference lasting about day .of May, 1915. On said date F. O. Beaver Dam, wherein they were ar- an hour an agreement was reached, Baker sold his entire Interest in said partnership business to Otho Dexter, rested charged with grand larency, which follows: the examining court, Judge Jno. B. Whereas, There are a certain num- the said Dexter assuming the payWilson, after hearing the evidence, ber of nrosecutions In the McLean ment of all Indebtedness against held'each of the defendants to an- Circuit Court against the defendant, said partnership and all notes and r - accounts due said firm should be swer tothe coming February term A , T VcUnrV ... j. wa.wvf w him OI sellof the grand Jury In the sum of $250 inK liquor in a local option district, paid to Mr. Dexter. each and 'each" was permitted to go and of selling liquor without license, 30t4 F. O. BAKER. on lils own recognizance, and the and whereas the defendant has enter The Seventh Reason. sum of $50 for their appearance be- ed Dlea of guilty in three of these In a letter .to the New York Amerfore he grand Jury. The writs which prosecutions" and Judgment has been charged the same offenses were issu- entered in same, it is hereby agreed ican of January 12, John Brlsben ed on the oath of W. E. Dunn, of thnt the remaininK six of said prose Walker made six reasons Vwhy Mr. Wilson will not be nominated." He Cromwell. cutions shall be continued until tho It seems that Dunn came to Bea- next term of this court,' and then fails to mention the one great reaver Dam Thursday or Friday and as the said prosecutions at said term son why he ought not to be renombrought $89 in shall be filed away by the Common inated and why ho cannot be rean accommodation That ope rea- -' a friend at Cromwell to wealth's Attorney of this district, elected if nominated. checks for cashing be cashed. the with leave to After upon his. son far outweighs all tho six which. checks it is said Dunn got too much motion or the motion of the County Mr. Walker names. No other rea"booze' and in the meantime lost Attorney of the McLean County son need be cited. This is the fact his money and separate writs were Court without notice to tho defend- that Woodrow Wilson is chiefly responsible for the very worst Tariff issued charging the above named de- ant in each of said prosecutions. law ever enacted; a Tariff law that money, ail fendants with getting the In consideration of tho facts and of which they deny. agreements as above sta- brought in Its train a paralysis of inorders and of wage earning, wage payted, the defendant, A. R. Pollock, dustry, wage cpe: Fiscal Court in Session. it,,' that In tho himself to ing and hereby agrees and binds The Ohio County Fiscal Court conto tho Commonwealth's first ten months of Its operation, vened in court hall last Monday Surrender Attorney of this District his Govern-- . prior to the Outbreak of the Euromorning in an adjourned session, pean war had produced the largest ment License issued to him, authoriz with Esq. S. L. Fulkerson, R. C. or vinous unemployment, the worst condition ing him to retail spirituous Tlchenor, Ed Shown, Ben W. Tayof business In general, the greatest liquors as issued to him by the Unitlor, W. S. Dean, B. F. Rice, Winson fur- number ot commercial failures ever Government, and he Smith, S. W. Leach, Judge Jno. B. ed States konwn in the country's history. This ther agrees and binds himself that should be the seventh reason, and Mr. Wilson and County Attorney C. M. be will not sell any more' spirituous, Crowe present. Walker should have named it first; vinous or malt liquors nor procure. Much business was transacted at like the man who had thirteen reaany more license, and that he will this session and a plan was formusons why he refused to lend ten dolnot keep any spirituodsj vinous or lars, and lated for the collectlpn of back taxes. mentioned the thirteenth malt liquor In his store, or on hands, namely, that he alcohol necessary to be reason first of all, except the Further Notice, didn't, have ten dollars. comdruggist In To those who owe us, your fail- used by a regular agrees ure to make some settlement with pounding medicines, and he Glan Antonio Cassol, a Milanese not to retain or have in his place of boy only 15 years of ago, has been exus now, will Jeopardize a further business alcohol to exceed two gal- proposed for the distinguished sertension of credit to you. lons per month, and In order to show vice medal for successive acts of valDoctors the good faith of the 'defendant, A. or on the Italian front. Sept. 7, while , E. W. FORD, R, Pollock herein, as td his inten- heading a daring reconnaissance A. B. RILEY, tions in carrying out his agreement right up to the enemy's barbed B. F. TICHENOR, as above 'stated, he hereby agrees he was felled' by an Austrian J. W. TAYLOR, that Dr. J. S. Fltzhugh, of Island, bullet, which went through his neck L. B. BEAN, Ky., may have free access to his to tho lung. There h'o lay 10 hours J. R. PIRTLE, drug store and place of business in no aid being possible. Then he mane E. B. PENDLETON, the town of Island, Kentucky, to ex- aged to crawl toward the Italian amine and search same and ascertain trenches under a 'hall of bullets, At The Commercial, The following out of town guests and report to any inquirer as to but was too exhausted through loss have registered at the Commercial whether or not any liquors aro be- - ot blood to reach the lines. Then his Hotel slnco Monday: A. O. Delaney, Itug kept by this defendant, which. admiring captain gave orders that a Bowling Green; E. H. Porter, Bow- ho has agreed as hereinbefore set detachment should bring him in at ling Green; J. II, Coleman, Louis- out that ho will not keep or soil on all costs, living or dead. ville; C. S .McGlll, Cincinnati; A. N. said premises at Island, Kentucky. Ambiguous. Long, Owensboro; J. C. Fella, Chrcs-no- It is further agreed that this agree"I'm sure I'll get all confused and Ohio; O. L. Ross, Contertown; ment "be spread upon tho order book mixed up when I meet your father," J. C. James, Centertown; J. B. Swain, of this court. "That's all rjght, Ho'U help you "Witness his signature this tho 25th Centcrtown; A. H. Yates, Owensout. Judgo. boro; W, 8, Norris, Now York; 8. M, day of January, 1910. A. R. POLLOCK. ; Dexter, Centortown; W. A. Bennett. A Good Start. Whllo it does not appear in tho Eyansville; D. T. Vistul, Knoxvlllo; "I hear, old man, that you aro goCompaq signed agreomont, Judgments wcro Leo Whlsple, Gormand-For- d . . i...,l niTiiluut T'nllneW fnr flues UK- - ing to start housekeeping'. What Owensny; Lawrence P. Tanner, got toward it?" boro; 'Frank II. Lusso, Frankfort; grcgatlng $160.00. Thus has been havo you ' "A wife." Boston Transcript. ., accomplished In less than ono' week L. L. Taft, St. Louis. 1-en-tir- o, " -es, y, Job and dreaded It almost as much as tho prisoner. Sometime during tho night, however, some new evi dence was Introduced and ho was" ordered to stay tho execution. Ho went in to tell the prisoner of tho good news. Tho mental picture, says Mr. Murray, Is still visible. Ho opened the door and saw the man lying on his rude bed of strnw, face burled In his arms, undoubtedly thinking of tho fate which was to meet him upon the appearance of the sUn, tho birds and other things merry. Colonel Murray broko tho good news, tho man sighed, turned over and said, "thank God." A few weeks ago Colonel Murray received a letter postmarked New York. Ho broko open tho envelope, read the letter, and imagine tho surpriso of tho General when ho saw that it was front this same man whom he had been ordered to execute. The letter stated that the writer well remembered Mr. Murray and could still hear his volco announcing mercy. Colonel Murray was In Hartford once during the War and was near here a second time. On one occasion while riding at the front of his regiment with the Lieut. Colonel near Hartford they were met by a volley of shots. Mr. Murray was riding a spirited Kentucky horse which, being scared by the shots, threw him. Tho men though him dead but he was soon up again unhurt and a search waB started for tho enemy. The small woods ahead was searched quickly and carefully but not a man could be found. It was quite a strange Incident as there must have been several men In tho firing party. The Colonel thinks now that there was a cavo somewhere in the woods and the Rebs fired and Immediately sought refuge in the cave. Colonel Murray is a splendid type of Southern gentleman, tall and graceful he moves about with the ease of .one, many years his Junior. ISLAND DRUGGIST action on Attorney Smith, and the of the MAKES CONFESSION people tho suppression of the Illicit traffic in liquor In tho good llttlo .. by prompt and vigorous .tho part of Comonwealth's uuiac " mJjQC&J&gSXtlUJLteSJ p H" X V' '' . FARM DEPARTMENT rinnnlnK nnu Vegetable flnrdcnliiR. Winter ralco and rabbits may bo girdling your trfees. If so, bind rlnn nf tarnaDer around each tree" how- thus attacked, hlch enough, ever, to bo above the probablo snow line. Having given thought to tho planning of your next season's fruit, and to your next season's vegetable garden, and the variety you wish from tho ono and tho things you wish to plant In tho other, do not forget tho Important matter of pruning and dividing and settling, and anticipating careful cultivation. Get all tho garden tools and Implements which you will need In working properly. There will be spades, hoes, lawn mowers, trowels, knives, sprayers, etc., to think of and to select from the best devices offered by progressive manufacturers. In fruit growing and gardening, llko In everything else, good tools facilitate good workmanship and aro great time savers. Tor Krtilt. h ' lowed fox giving a mild euro to meat to be used during tho spring. Wash each plcco with warm water and remove any extra curing mixture. Wipo'lt dry and hang up for smoking. When all 'tho meat Is ready smoke with hickory, oak, apple or In fuct, any wood except that of tho twcnty-flv- o nine family. About smudges mako a good, mild smoke, but tho tasto of tho user should de termine tins, country curcu meat. may mold in damp weather without any Injury, hut It must bo carefully wrapped or sacked to keep out tho Oklahoma Farmer, skippers. of using homo grown straw In the We Knock the paper and flbcrboard Industry. Ono of tho big cxpenso bills Spots Out of Things that It Hvo Stock on Farms. nureau of Crop Estimates, United States Department of Agriculture, has given out an estimate of tho number and valuo of llvo stock on farms, January 1 last. Tho for Kentucky which appear In connection with tho compilation aro especially Interesting. Tho number of horses In Kentucky It appears, has been declining for several years. The estimate for January 1 Is 434,000, compared with 443,000 a year ago, and 447,000 live To rig-ure- a tho farmer pays annually Is, for fence posts. If tho 25,000,000 posts required each year for Ohio's fences Fronch Dry Cleaned and Pressed In n Superior Manner. wero set In line and spaced one rod npart they would build a fenco three Send us your Garments and Have Them times around tho world at tho equator; their cost would bo $4,000,000. CLEANED CLEAN Why not do It right and cut down thin enormous expense? Build them Packages called for and delivered. of concrete, steel or other Indcstruc-tlbl- o mnterlals and their first cost THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB will bo their last cost and even less A. Iva Nail, Prop. than what good wood posts now bring. nARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Ladies and Men's Garments profelonal HOTEL V Otto C. Martin Attorney -. WHAM Is ! at Law rfw 1 MNGTO LOrAMERtCANlDEALo hotels .abound, the, Powhatan headsjha Is nralTlalthCbMrtaJefJts 'countrymen.'.- A ' UAHTKOIID, KT. Will practice? kin profession irf Ihti and adjoining count! en. Commercial and Criminal Practice a Spoclalty. Barnes &atSmith Attorneys Law HARTFORD, KY, W. H. Bstrnos and C. Smith announce that they have forra-- a partm-rshlj- t for tiho eoneral pra tfee of law, except criminal aud dlvor casoa, Mr. 8iulth bolug County Attorney is prevented from practtelitg bucVi census. Mr. Darnoa will Individually Offices accept such practlco. la Hartford Republican building, Hartford, K- Mdasra. T.WAUK8TIIATTON Cromwell, Ky. OTTOO. MAltTlN llnrtlord, Ky. It I 4 For Children's Cough. You cannot uso anything better for your child's cough and cold than Dr. li w i I F years ago. Tho valuo alsc has been Keep Up the 3111k Flow. declining. It Is estimated nt $90 a A cow cannot bo expected to keep head on January 1, compared with up a good milk flow without plenty $05 a year ago and $108 five years WILL FILL A WANT! of feed of tho right kind. Now that ago. There Is also a dccllno In prices pastures nre furnishing less feed, for the country at largo, though tho Since the suspension of the " : sllngo should bo given to keep con- number of horses for tho United as nearly as possible the same States as a wholo Is Increasing. ditions Master Commissioner's Sale. Louisville Weekly Courier-Journa- l, as those found on spring and sumOhio Circuit Court, Kentucky. 1 it was 21,0200,000, comthere has been quite mer pastures. It Is easy to forget pared with 21,105,000 a year ago, T. H. Black, Plaintiff, a demand for a weekly Kenvs. that the cow's feed is being shorten- and 20,277,000 five years ago. ed, but If tho best returns aro to bo The showing is similar with re It. P. Buck & C, Defendants. tucky newspaper that gives secured tho milk flow must be kept gard to mules. Kentucky had 229,-00- 0 By virtue of a judgement and or alf the .more important state possible for ten or eleven as high as January 1; 231,000 a year ago, der of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, months of tho year. If It once goes and 236,000 five years ago. They are rendorcd at tho Juno term, 1915, news,- as well as the general down it Is very hard or impossible worth $102 a head, compared with in the above cause for tho gum of to raiso it again before tho next $106 a year ago, and $122 five years $800.00, with Interest at the rate of news, crisp editorials, good freshening. When the pastures dry ago. In the United States again the 6 per cent, per annum from tho 1st stories, timely cartoons and up while corn Is still green It fur- mules show an increase. Tho num day of January 1915, until paid, and illustrations. costs herein, I wll. offer for nishes tho cheapest and most eff- ber on January 1 was 4,500,000 com- -' There is no such excellent icient addition to grass, but silage, pared with 4,479 a year ago and salo by public auction at the Court grain and hay are now the main five years ago. Tho value house door In Hartford, on Monday, paper as the things to rely on. Tho amount given per head was $113.87, compared tho 7th day of February, 191G, Twice-a-Wce- k should be gradually increased, as the with $112.36 a year ago, and $125.-9- 5 about one o'clock p. m., upon a pasture furnishes less and less feed. six months, the following credit of Owensboro Messenger five years ago. Less feed will be required and bet(Etllletl by Urey Woodson.) The number of milch cows In described property, ter results secured if a good barn Is Kentucky on January 1 was the Being a certain tract or parcel of It comes every Wednesday used. Whllo the fat steer Is so well same, as five years ago, 406,000. It land In Ohio County, Ky., Jcnown as protected by a thick layer of fat was larger than a year ago, however, lot No. 3 Irf the allotment of the and Saturday, (16 pages a that ho does not feel tho cold so tho figures at that tlmo showing lands of Joshua Maddox, situated In week or more), and is keenly, even he requires more food 390,000. Tho valuo per head was Ohio county, Ky., on the waters of in every regard. not sheltered. The dairy cow will $44.80, compared With $45.50, a Llttlo West Prong of Lewis Creek, Mes- Try the Twice-a-Wee- k not do her best work when exposed year ago and $36.50 five years ago. nml bnnndprl pr fnllnws? to cold, even though given plenty of For the United States tho number Beginning at a siono in lino of senger for a year in connec- D .... 1 eed. It is cheaper and more effec- - January 1 was 22,000,000; ono year lot No. 2 at figure 15; then W. 120 lion tiMtlv uii. uwss trim icpuu to keep her warm by means of ago 21,262,000; five years ago, two black licari. tlve poles to a red beech and a barn than by means of corn. Tho value was $53.90, as oaks, a corner to No. 4 at figure 16; Both papers, one year for against $55.33 a year ago, and $39.-9- 7 then with a line of same N. 40 poles JS'ext Step to Dairy Cattle Breeding. to a stone and small white oak, cor- St. 50. All clubbing subscripfive years ago. pure-bre- d dairy cattle busiTho The estimates on other cattle for ner to lot No. 4 at figure 17; then tions should be addressed to ness is now progressing very rapidly tho state aud for the country at with another line- of No. 4 west 67 Republican, Hartford, Ky. dairy cattlo are large are: When pure-bre- d poles to a black oak, sweet gum and 4 scarce, breeders ore tempted to savo State Number 570,000, compared white oak in one of the original all the males and sell them for breed- with 543,000 a year ago and 591,-00- 0 lines, and also corner to lot No. 4 ing purposes. As the numbers of five .years ago. Value per head at figure 7; then with said line N pure-bre- d cattle increase disposing of $30.50, compared with $30.40 a year 60 poles to a post oak standing on a bull calves In this way will become ago, and $20.90 five years ago. rock another original corner at the P" HUMERI less ftud less satisfactory. Buyers letter E; then 187 poles to a larger 39,500,-00United States Number, will get more and more critical and a poplar another original corner at compared with 37,067,000 prices will of course go down. year ago and 39,679.000 Ave years the letter C, and comer to lot No. 2; 100 poles "was ago. As long as tho pur-bre- d Valuo per head, $33.49, com- then with line of same S. competing with the "scrub" It was pared with $33.38 a year ago, and to tho beginning; containing 100 mineral sailing for the breeder having $20.54 five years ago. acres, moro or lcs. .Tho McHcnry pure-bre- d bulls for sale. Tho time For sheep the showing is bad all right had been sold to conveyed Will Boon bo at hand, however, when around, there having ben a decline Coal Co., which land was the competition will bo between pure- in number both In State and Nation. to C. H. Chapman by G. B. L. Maddox and wife, July 31, 1907, and bred animals. When this time ar- Tho Figures aro as follows: dairy which deed Is of record In deed book rives breeders of pure-bre- d comState Number, 1,160,000, GUARANTEED SERVICE cattle cannot expect to mako a prof- pared with 1,229,000 a year ago and 34, page 84, Ohio County Clerk's ofOno hundred per cent selling 1,404,000 five years ago. Value per fice. itable business of their bull valuo. Special work for W. Second tract: Also another tract unless they produce superior Indi- head, $4.90, compared with $4.20 a O. W. Tho "pure-bre- d jscrub" Is a year ago, and $4.11 flvo years ago. of land in Ohio County, Ky., boundviduals. W. F. STEVENS, gate well recognized factor in all breeds United States Number, 49,200,-00- 0, ed as follows: Beginning at a Hartford, Ky. II. P. D. 7. C. Wake-lan- d of live stock and should be disposed compared with 49,956,000 one post In south lino of A. Representing Continental laud on tho creek and running of as quickly as possible. As long as year ago, and 53,638,000 flvo years Marblo & Granite Co. be is used for breeding purposes, lit- ago. Valuo per head, $5.17, compar- west with tho Broadway Coal Comtle progress can be made In Impro- ed vjlth $.50 a year ago, and $3.91 pany, and A. C. Wakeland's lino to As pureving the common stock. a sweet gum tree, A. C. Wakeland's five years ago. poles to a bred dairy cattle become more numTho estimates with regard to hogs corner; thenco N. 48 erous it will bo found that a regis- make a better exhibit. Hero aro the black gum; thenco E. 5 3 poles; thence N. 67 poles to a walnut and tration certificate alone will not sell figures: ' thonce east to a a bull. He must be possessed of State Number, 1,710,00 compar- two dogwoods; Operated by bridge on tho Creek; thence with considerable merit and la addition a ed with 1,582,000 a year ago and tho creok on tho west side to the certain amount of judicious adverflvo years ago. Value per tising must bo used. Hotel Company head, $6.50, compared with $7.20 a beginning being all tho land owned by A. C. Wakoland on tho west year ago and $7.20 flvo years ago. Under New Management Dry Cure for Iork. United States Number, 68,000,-00- 0 side of tho creek; mineral and coal rights reserved and right to work Rub each piece of meat with fine, a compared with 64,618,000 T. QUISENBERRY. clean salt and allow It to stand from year ago, and 65,620,000 flvo years and mine same and same land conhours in a pile on ago. Valuo per head, $4.80, compar- veyed to Claud Chapman on April Rates $1.00, 91.25 and 91.50 per Day six to twenty-fou- r a bench or a table, so the bloody ed with $9.87 a year ago and $9.37 7, 1911, by A. C. Wakeland and Meals 25 Cents. Wlto and which deed Is recorded In serum can drain out. flvo years ago. Best in the city for the money. pago 380, Ohio CounDry curing mixture for 1000 Tho estimates are Instructive, Deed book 39, meat: Fine, clean salt, 40 showing, as they do, tho possibili- ty Clerk's office, or sufficient thereof Special attention to the traveling pounds of pounds; white or brown sugar, 10 ties for tho expansion of tho llvo to produce tho sums of money order- public. pounds; white or black pepper. 4 stock industry in the United States. ed to bo mado. Tho purchaser will bo required to OWENSBORO, KY. pounds; red pepper, 2 pound; mix In Kentucky in particular, there execute bond with approved security thoroughly. would seem to bo a splendid openRub each piece of meat thorough-- f ing for tho farmers to raise moro immediately after .sale. This 16th day of January, 1916. with tho dry curing mixture, tak- sheop. The number o these animals E. E. BIRKHEAD, ing care to seo that it penotrates tho has been decreasing for several Master Commissioner. muscles around tho ends of tho bones years and the valuo has been InHoavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. Pllo creasing both in tho Stato and In of the hams and shoulders. tho meat carefully with tho skin tho United States. Frankfort Stato down, in a cool, airy placo, but avoid Jourjial. Deafness Cannot Be Curetf by local application!, as thoy cannot reach damp, musty collars. Do not make the diseased portion of tho car. There Is only one way to cure deafness, and that Is MtCAU. PATTERNS the pllo moro than 3 feet deep, or Dcafneaa Is Approximately 1,400,000 tons of, by constitutional remedies. Vcieorateil lor trie, periecx ni, simpnciry sue Jet the meat stay moro than three caused by an Inflamed condition of the mu reliability nearly 40 year. 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Tho now feature? relating to Immigrants from Japan would have effect, in the their most expectation of Immigration committee members, in shutting off effectually the Influx of Japanese laborers whose competition with American labor in the Pacific states has aroused pronounced As agreed upon tentatively by the commltteo the exclusion section of. the bill includes a paragraph barring "Hindus and all persons of the Mongolian or yellow race, and the Malay or brown race." Deforo a report is made to the House however, a proposed qualification probably will bo added providing that there shall be such exemptions as may be set forth J In Use For Over 30 Years Th Kind You Have Always Bought TMI CUNTAUR COMPANY. NUW VOUK CITV. any "existing agreements, na to passports or by treaties, conventions or agreements that may hereafter be entered Into. For several years representatives from the Pacific states have been fighting for legislation to exclude Japanese and Hindu laborers. Two years ago tho House immigration committees agreed that in order not to burden the pending general immigration measure with an Asiatic In Stare k Pianos laAdraaoo Satiefao ties Gnar No Money BtOOd Lowe a (Net Factory Prices! . A. STARCK .fttllDINT Terms A Saving of IOO to 200Fso From iory Direct Eaiiioii K3KFptIi'a&mjZSLlSk2Ml yjSa oflo, Wo will ship you a beautiful Btarck Piano for 30 days' free (rial, In your home. No cash rayment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, uso and teat this piano for 30 days. If, at tho end of that time; you Co not nnd It the highest crude, sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you aro at perfect liber' y to fiend It back, and wo will. In that oxent, pay tho both ways. Thla Etarck Piano must make good wltb you. cr tncro is no sate. fn-Ig- 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL HZll Says $150.00 or Mars tu Greenville, Ky., Jan. .. Tho success of the free clinic for the treatpiano. ment of trachoma which has been oiarcn held hero since Tuesday was greater OR.Vew fi'jaraMtaa I Piayw-FiiCe...... $1.3 1 than anticipated. There were fifty The Republican and Louisville Herald j Eretv Btarck Piano ! Btarck trt We hare con.lantl.f en hand niarantnd tur 15 yean. the liMt and moitt Iwutf-ru- l operations in tho four days and 256 a large uuit.lwt t allehtly uM TLii fjartate hit bit on cne I'layrY Piano Globe-Democr- at 1.76 ol It our SJ yrars of plane and second hand pianos of all persons were examined. The percent The Reptblican and St. Louis market. Vou will be experience, and the repuatandard makes taken in exwith the many age of Infection was 33 Mrs. change for new Stares: Pianos tation of nn ol J eUbllihe4, features of these 1.60 Republican and Home and Farm The follow-In- : mponalble piano houae. and tronderful Initrumenta, and Hlckey, the visiting nurse, says The are a fevr saispla bargains will be pleated with the FOR FLETCHER'S very low prices at which 50 Fro Musk there are 2,000 cases of the disease The Republican and $11000 Weber Inquirer 1.7 secured. Lessons In Muhlenburg county. 0 82.00 they can be Stelnway Piano Book Fni 80,03 Chickering T.60 To erery purchaser of Dr. John McCullen said he had The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald... Send today for our new Starck I'ianoa, vre give free 85.00 Kimball HIKE GETS WISE TO been conducting clinics over Ken beautifully liluatratcd piano mualo leuona, in on of Starck '.. 3.50 '.... 189.00 book which girca Informa-a you the beat known schools In .HUBBY'S FISH STORIES tucky, Virginia and West Virginia, The .kepubucan and uany uwensooro inquirer large amount of Chicago. Tb9 lemons you Send for our latest complete tion recardlof planoe. This can take la your own home. for eighteen months, and had found The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k second hand bargain llit. O'boro Messenger 1.75 book will Interest and by mall. This represents New York. Wives with husbands no place where the interest taken in please you. Write today. oae year's free Injunction. having a love for fishing may be in- the attempts to eradicate the dis- The Republican and Kentucky Farmer 134S Starck Bldtf.. CHICAGO .'.... 1.7 P. A. STARCK PIANO CO terested to know that Mrs. Eva. N. ease was as great as in Greenville Caswell has found a new way to de- Ho said private citizens as well as The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 termine, whether said husbands real- local physicians were deeply inter ly take fishing trips when they say cstcd. The chief object of the tours The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 they do or whether their Jaunts are was to demonstrate the necessity Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 for tho radlcation of tho disease. The far from that rippling stream. secret He was gratified at the assistance Mrs. Caswell discloses the In nn answer she has filed in the Su- given htm and bis assistanta during premo Court to an action for divorce the W66k. begun by her husband. Arrangements have been mado for Ono of tho alleged cruelties sho local physicians to tho continue eay3 waB practiced on her was tho work, and' several operations will bo e "whoppers" her husband told her performed this afternoon. Patients ! after ho had been on "fishing expedi- aro here from all portions of the THB V-VLifotime experionco with best of work mou, nnd can tions." Mrs, Caswell was suspicious county. ER SEWINQ One of tho most enthusiastic of these Journeys, she says, and came MA JttuNK X givo any rofcronco desired. Call mo on Hartford!! to believe that 'tho only thing about workers nt tho clinic was Miss Linda OF them savoring of fish were tho yarns Novlllo, of Lexington,, who was highMill Co., 'phone, or address me at Hartford, Ky. QUALITY.' I ly pleased at tho results. She sucher husband spun on his return. August 27. last, according to Mrs. ceeded in making arrangements to Caswell, her husband "fabricated a take two of tho patients, Amanda NOT story that ho was going on a fishing Warner and Ursula Rlchey, to tho SOLD trip and asked this defendant to pre- trachoma hospital at Jackson. In UNDER ANY pare his fishing pants." Sho decid- the opinion of Dr. McMullen It was OTHER ed to put the acid test on the trip, though advisable that the treatment t ;! NAME. 1 she says, ns. sho 'surmised the Jour--n of thoso two girls should bo contin Feelrtcht all tho time. Don't by oft. days by taking calomel from work for oy was for other purposes." ued at a hospital, and the arrange keeps yev when pleasant WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. "Thorefore,' says tho defendant, "I ments wero mado accordingly. Dr. while rcllevingy our troubSTOP AT you will on your feet, and easy to FUty-flY- e placed plna In tho legs of tho fishing i McMullen left for Louisville this Ifyou purchase tbo NEW HOME typewriters. Lestake. Don't le. Safer too, hove a. life asset at the price you pay, trousers. When ho returned my hus-- j afternoon with Mls3 Hicks, the not have an endless chain of repairs. aud will take anything else. You can't afford sons explained by Moying Plo sysit Eliminates poisons, cleansesA Bat ture machine. Seyen btg oanu.asKea me to see now nsny tno nurse. The rooms of the emergentem and relieves constipation. cy hospital are all occupied by paBookgarment smelled." Shorthand, ural remedy, natural in (t3 actions, sure yuaWy Thereupon, she says, she directed tients and will bo utilized for somo in its effect and certain in results. It keeping. Telegraphy, gtenolypy, Cotvudefcsi will won't be long before Lk- - Vtr-L-a his attention to the f'shy part of tho time. Music, Primary Normal. Excompletely displace calomel fai ever 'story, pointing-- out that the plus kit the pert teachers. Modern equiphome.. Children can take it freely ant CoBstiimtiott and Indigestion , were still in the, legs of the garment assured. Posltloa ment. with perfect safety. Every bottle roar-anteeCheapest "I have used Chamberlain's Tab60c and $1 in bottles. None where she had placed themr and decatalogue. WrUe say they are the best FRANK ECKERT, Propl nthcead ?;enuine without the likeness and aisBtv clared that he had never beea on any lets and must L, K. Grksby, For sale by I have ever used tor constipation W.H.ECKERT.Mgr. flshlns; trip: to buy. Bus, College My wife also used and Indigestion. J. H. WILLIAMS."- - Hartford, Ky. Dwittt them tor Indigestion and they did If you want a sewing machine, write tor f" teeorperated ?1 Up, Eilropeao Plan hec good," writes Eugene S. Knight, tmt latest cataVoftie Mfsre you purchase. OWSKSSOilO, KY. Tka Itajy Uajaa Mmg MajUsj Pa BrHII. ItML FOR FLETCHER'S Wilmington, N. C. Obtainable Kor pains In tn taek a trcur, eltrwlur. You ire auurol ct a atltfictvry awwt toned durable hljli (Trails prim tuataare)ou unwa.'ds of 1 50.00 In tie cot of your piano. We juaxanlre to fuinlta you can )tu a letter plau for the nionqr than reciting; Vit ililp direct to from our factory, t manufacturer. Thee terms are arrange to suit your convenience, and it la possible for you to biy r piano for your heme, without ,. , mlttlre the noney. W Toil pay cub down, but alter .'0 ilays of trial, you can begin payment on the lowest, ternii ever suggested by a ptanu u Easy Psymsn's eaalt nK risyer-VIino- exclusion Issue bill. Tho measure later was dropped, however, at tbo suggestion of State Department officials, who held that lt'would seriously complicate negotiations with Japan over tbo California alien land law. Exclusion of Chinese and Japanese students, business men, travelers and certain other excepted, classes is not anticipated by members of the com mittee, but the bill is expected to put into legal form and amplify an informal agreement entered into eight years ago by Secretary of State Root and the Japanese ambassador, under which Japan agreed not to issue passports to Japanese laborers emlgratlngtho United States. Other provisions of tho bill would raise tho head tax. on immigrants to $8 and would Increase tho penalties. Both fines and imprisonment, would b6 authorized for offenders, and any steamboat company bringing an alien later deported would be Required to refund tho cost of his trip. Both the Asiatic exclusion section nnd the literacy test provision of the bill nro expected to precipitate a vigorous debate when tho measure comes up in the House. The requirement for a literacy test has caused the failure of threo previous immigration bills through presidential veto. a Paris, Jan. 15. An of tho French Chamber of Deputies, now serving as a Major, gives some interesting details as to why the French offensive in Champagne, which opened in September, has not progressed as quickly as might have been expected. It was only when tho German second lino had been pierced that the intrlcato nature of the enemy's defenses was mado evident. At Inter vals of approximately five hundred ! yards behind the second line the Germans underhad constructed ground strongholds which can not bo detected from the surface. They are known as "starfish" defenses, and their construction is most ingenious. About thirty feet below the ground Is a "dug out" of generous dimensions, in which are stored machine-gun- s, rifles, and other weapons. Leading from this underground chamber to the surface are five or six tunnels, Jutting out in different directions, so that their outlets form a half dozen points In a circle with p diameter of pbout 100 yards. In each of the tunnels a narrow-gaug- e railway is laid down to allow to bo speedily tho machine-gubrought to the surface. At the mouth of the tunnels are two gun platforms on either side, and the mouth Itself is concealed by being covered over with earth and grass, as the case may be. These "starfish" defenses are also mined, and can bo exploded from any one of the various -ns Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Urdu!, my back and head would hurt so bad. I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to dp any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give It Always Hetos says ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanut a trial. The Woman's Tonic . IS! Get a Bottle Today! , W M W W W IV til 111 UU 111 (! (! outlets. On full of life and action, flUsd.with the fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, will make several occasions French endeavored to press their advantage, they found when the home them- selves enfiladed by machine-gun- s raised to the surface by troops who had taken up their places In the underground strongholds at the first menaco to the second line. When one of the outlets was captured machine-gun- s would appear at another, while, if the French troops attempted to rush the stronghold, the Germans took refuge in the other passages, and Jiot, them asthoy appeared. In this way it was necessary to capture every out, iand owing to their being concealed this was a operation, Involving heavy loss of life. Moreover, whenever the enemy saw that the position was they could blow it up before abandoning the last tunnel. dlf-flc- ut TSeYOUTiTS COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone tntnenome. mere is no age limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. If yon do not know THE COMPANION let us send you Three Current Iaauea request. FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your . 52 Times a Year Mi Ca magazines. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE THE nARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COSIPANION, ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. who anbscribo now. sending $2 Tho for the 52 Iaauea of THE COMPANION for 1915, will reccira The Companion Home Calendar FREE, not 12. More good reading than you will get In any of the monthly BOTH SAYS MUHLENBURG COUNTY HAS 2,000 TRACHOMA CASES OUR CLUBBING RATES. riayer-riano- Children dry 1-- 3. ASTORIA ro .. ITHOS. E. MOSS and Plasterer, Decorator Contractor. Address all orders t THE REPUBLICAN. USE LI t NEW LAX -- , 1 in ail fr : I When ii Louisville ECKERT'S HOME the Troubles of Constipation. ax 5th Avenue Hotel t d. ti i Children Ory CASTORIA U Dr. ' f H firt-j- i 8 - SHARING 'v mm ,,,. i,mim: "I " Mf""' ' l'"' Mot-iey-Sayitt- g J Event i The History of The Greatest Modern Merchandising. it-- Daily advances are being recorded on some commodity that is in demand every day in the year. High-clas- s Merchandise at Profit-Sharin- g Prices means an enormous saving. DON'T BE CAUGHT UNAWARES Join the throng of eager buyers that are keeping our entire store busy from morning until night. The people know what this sale means under normal conditions, and under present conditions it means much more. Remember, every day you delay lessens the supply, and the demand will be as great on the last day as on the first. . v V " . U, n ' f .' A. i , Use your Dollars Now, While they can do Extra Duty ?&aB7yie&srfZ&tz&KTr wtwcro:vso?wE7SKaKstafcE!5E3Jr5HJ,! all "' '" "' -- & BROTHER Beaver Dam, - Kentucky, , Ml BEAPPflRTIONMENT DF STATE WANTED HILLS INTRODUCED WOULD INCREASE REPUBLICAN REP- RESENTATION !Frankfort, Ky. The Republican measures for the reappointment of Kentucky into senatorial and legislative districts, in compliance with the mandate of the constitution, were completed tonight by the special committee recently appointed to draft them. bills have been introduced in the "House by Col. Thomas Spurrier, of Grayson County. These measures give Jefferson Connty one more Senator and two more Representatives. The basis for the reappointment Is the 1910 census. Maps show that the Republican representation in both houses will be largely Increased if these measures ljecoino laws. The bills, counting the complexion of counties from the recent election, would give the Republicans an Increaso of seven Senators aud about ten Representatives. Duo To Growing Population. This increaso, however, is due not to the manner in which tho bills are drawn, but to tho rapid gains in population which have been made in tho mountain Republican counties elnco tho constitution was written. For example, Senator Hiram Brock now represents ten counties. Under the Tiow reappointment, only five of these counties nro retained, these giving lilm his pro rata of population. The measures represent many days of patient labor by a committee composed of Alvls Bonnett, of Louisville; Col. E. V. Morrow, of Somersot; Spurrier and T. A. Dover, of Louisville. Much credit for tho work is elven to Mr. Bennett and Col. SpurJGolh clal significance when applied to conduct of married people. In this case It may be used to represent charm, and why "a wife should be unable to deliberately please her husband In the way she deliberately pleased him when he was her lover is difficult to discover. "1 have fallen In love with my wife on three distinct occasions since we were married," a staid husband to the writer. He onc confided went on t& explain that there had been intermediate periods of boredom, distaste or chafing. He had always been happy the fallings in love were "extras" realizations of 1. 11 now nappy ue rea..y- was ana no v ailiuwuvc; u nuwuu uo uau tuauicu If a husband Is capable of being attracted, surely there is nothing in being a wife which debars a woman from making the most of her attractions. Yet many women settle down Into a calm disregard ot their appearance and deportment when at home, and never dream of exerting themselves to talk well to their husbands. When such couples are seen at the theater, on the train or in any other public place lack of conversation between them will give observers a sure hint that they are rled to, or the husband does not consider his wifo to bo the one mate he LATEST Ilenarnbla. WAR NEWS Monday. wanted. Such friendship is good for all The man who can appreconcerned. ciate the charm of another woman is not likely to overlook that ot his wife; while understanding other men makes a wife more sympathetic to her husband. And each Is more likely to "flirt" using the word in its best sense with the other it that other were not overburdened with affairs of everyday friendship. rier. CThe plan of reappointment repre- sents what tho Republicans consider nl&olutely fair and just, They say thai the 11113 wero drawn absolutely up tho contention that no just bill could 1b drawn that would not increase tion. without referenco to politics, and set lao Sejmbllcan op representa- flirtations married people That tnucn used and frequently closed word "flirtation" lias ppe- - Notice of Ditch Letting, Allison Haynes, et al. v Pnnrt nnlp. --'" Qr Draln Notice is hereby given that the Ohio County Board of Drainage will on February Commissioners 29th., 191C, at about 1 o'clock p. m., at the Court House door In Hartford, Ohio County, Kentucky, offer at public outcry to the highest and best bidder, Bonds against the lands and land owners located and within the aforesaid Allison Hayncs, et al., drainage district to the amount ot $7217. EG, plus cost ot issue and sale ot said bonds, provided however If It be lawful, said sum may be cred ited by amounts paid between this married. date and day previous to date of Wives should heed to the charm of sale. variety. This does not mean that Said sale of bonds will bo made they should be cross and kind, sweeUflereln aa la provided by law In nc-asour by turns, but they should bo Uons of thIs cnarnct0r and as In different ways. We all vIdcd by orders, judgement and files know tho charm of woman who sur- - wUhln Baid action, prises (not shocks) us in her dress, j Th0 Bald Drainage Board reserves the woman who always, has some- - ( tho rlgnt t0 roJcct any and nU bdB. thing about her which leads one to Glven under our imnds, this the nonce ner permanent gooa teaiures. 25th,day of Jan. 191C sue is never siovomy or aressea in Ohio County Board ot Drainage bad taste: she does not relapse Into pn,nn,iinnr0 matter of fact garments and a per- - j g j, BARNETT, Pres. manent-styl- e ot hairdresslng, for she attest:W. S. TINSLEY, Sec. knows that if sho always looks tho 4 same her friends will cease to look Notice To File Claims. at her at all, and simply take her. AH persons having claims against appearance for granted. the estate of Silas Taylor, deceased, It is the same with affections; are hereby notified to tile tho same, they must bo freshened up nnd have properly proyen, with myself as drawn to them by an oc- - minlstrator of said dedecodant on or caslonal caress or compliment or before tho first day of March, 1916, they are likely to become forgot- - or tho eamo will bo forever barred, ten. Witness my hand, this January Possibly there would be more mar- - 21, 191C. rled. lovers If men and women nllko 29t3 R. Wf TAYLOR, realized that marriage should not be Admr. ot Silas Taylor, Doccased. a bar to friendship with tho opposite Nice Job. sex. It is next to Impossible that a "What line did you say you wero wife should find her husband, or husband find in his wife, every qual- in?" ification for 'mental friendship, yet "I manufacture a face powder that this does not mean that the wife may can't bo kissed oft." "Who has charge ot your proving not consider her husband the only world worth being mar- - grounds?" zn in the W --I nd . ' fighting on the Bessarrblan frontier is announced, but the reports of the Vienna and Petrograd War Offices' differ as to its result. Northwest of Cernowitz the Russians claim the recapture ot the Austrain sector and add that five desperate counter attacks wero repulsed with "enormous snemy losses." Vienna asserts that '.he Russians entered the Austrian trenches several times, but each time were driven out with heavy Increasingly violent flix-ho- as being victorious against tho British invaders ot Mesopotamia, who aro trying to reach tho besclged town of Tho English aro said to have lost 3,000 men in one battle. The Russians say that in the neighborhood of Erzerum they defeated the Turks and took 4,000 prisoners, with scores of machine guns and valuablo munitions. a. I Uulknns. Allied airmen dropped bombs on Monastlr and Glevgell, Balkan towns captured by tho Germans, and in one instance are said to have killed 100 persons. King Nicholas is at Lyons, France, with his family. The casualties. Montenegro. Fighting has been resumed between Austria and Montenegro, and King Nicholas Is reported to bo with his troops. Montenegro's decision to reject Austria's peace terms was communicated to the Italian Foreign office by the Montenegrin Premier. . England. The military service bill passed Its second reading in tho Houso ot Lords yesterday afternoon after a speech made by the Marquis of Xansdowne. de-ba- to The Military Service bill has passed through tho committee of the House of Commous after having been so amended as to meet with tho approval ot some ot those originally opposed to it. England. Tuseday. United States. Germany has made now proposals, It Is stated, Intended to bring about a settlement of tho Lusitania case in a manner satisfactory to tho United Stntes. Tho report has gained currancy that Germany proposes to omit any referenco Tho French claim to to tho "warnings" published In this ed trenches. country boforo the Lusitania sail- have retaken German mine craters. ed. Tho Gist of It. "Last Decembor I had a very seAlbauiu. Scutari, principal trade vere cold aud was nearly down sick city of Albania, has been taken by in bed, I bought two bottles of the Austrlans In their progress south- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and It across tho Albanian frontier. was ward only.ji very few days until I was Serbians forming tho garrison re- completely restored to health," treated without resistance. writes O. J. Metcalf, Weathorby, Mo. If you would know the Montenegro. Podgorltza, Dallov-gra- d this remedy, ask anyono valuo of. who has and Niksic have been taken by used It. Obtainable everywhere, m the Austrlans, who reassert that the Montenegrins aro laying down their A Routine Day at Fort Myer, arms. A soldier's day is from tho first Wednesday. note ot reveille to the lest note of France. An official communica retreat. In the gray light of daytion says French and English artil- break the bugle calls him from Bleep. lery has done great damage to the From that moment until retreat enemy In Belgium, and sounds at sunset the day Is one of airmen killed five persons and strict routine and discipline. wounded three in Dunkirk. A rough outline ot a routine day at Fort Myer Is: Rise, roll-cal- l, break Turkey. Berlin reports tho Turks j fast, groom horses, fall In line tor n that-German Thursday. England. Tho result of the In tho Houso ot Commons on the blockade question was that the British government Is to adhere to its existing policy. A resolution that POND RUN. tho entire traffic with Jan. 24. We aro having somo Germany should bo prevented by a blockade was talked out and drop- pretty weather at present. Mr. II. M. Ross died at his homo ped. British organized labor outvoted the Socialist anti-wsection and Thursday night after a long Illness. adopted resolutions at tho Bristol Tho funeral services were conducted conference expressing tho resolvo to nt his homo Saturday, after which tho remains woro laid In tho Chapcarry tho war through. man gravoyard. a wife, four fighting chlldron, two slstors and ono brother hand France. Iliinil-tbetween the French nnd Germans to mourn his death. Wo all hated, to near Nouvllie took place when the glvo Mr. Robs up but ho has gono to French attempted to rotako captur- a better world than this. Ho was over-oceanic ar drill, which lasts several hoars or until time for tho noonday dinner. For the afternoon thero nro various designated duties for officers nrtd men, which may Include attendance nt lectures, or demonstration work, board meetings, court martlals, train ing for extra drills, attendance.'' nt military funerals nnd other services, cither obligatory or voluntary. At sunset again comes followed by one ot the most imprcssivo ceremonies of the day. Tho troops assemble, facing the colors; tho band plays tho Star Spangled Banner as the colors are slowly lowered, every man standing at atten'-ri- L tlon till they reach the ground. Tho sunset gun booms across tho flold; tho bugle sounds retreat, and tho garrison work day is over. Tho strenous routine and spirit of patriotism that pervades post llfe" teaches reverence for the flag as nothing else could do. To tho men on tho outside the flag means much, but to tho trained man ot the army it Is his colors! Ho will live for It or dlo for It as needs be and he will do It unquestlonlnglyl roll-ca- ll Ho-lc- ft years, one month nnd eleven days old when ho died. Mrs. L. J. Robinson spent tho night with her mother, Mrs. Clndar-111- a Maddox Saturday night. Our School closed Friday after a seven months term, taught by Mr. Norbot Ross nnd Miss Carrie Russell, Wo all wish that wo could have them with us next year, Mr. Corba Fulton will roturn homo tonight after a trip to Illinois. Mr. Johnny Robinson spent Saturday night with his sister Mrs. J. J. Russell near Hopowell. Misses Edith and Effle Fulkerson spent Saturday with Misses Rosa and Anna Boweu. No News To Hlai. Judge. "Jonny do you know thutjJKl ...i.uw. mu uodii tuutuug ior yoftf" asked the neighbor next door. "Sure I do," replied Jonny. "That me reason sue can't find me i. ip 1" ,. -- nt.u.'iy w t iim - nnJiVw W W rn