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' A t i. w , sssVBByav' ifilnl nrT t: jp l BBw' ssa BBV JHa-'B- l Fine Job Work. x llepiblicw Subscription $1 per Year' No. 31 ASSISTANCE FOR DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTSOf ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY t VOL. XXVIII. AMERICANS VIEW CAPTURED LINER HA&TFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, von Schilling, took charge of the situation and Lieutenant Berge placed; KYM EEIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, .1916. L11T :.- - 1 f ? ' t f They went to tho office of Colonei CONVENE MONDAY STATE 0FF1C FLOOD commandant of Fort Ira Haynes, where the German offlQef Monroe, paid his respects and explained why ij -: he had .given the Ireles station the ASSIST- FIRST CHANCE FOR OHIO COUN- RED CROSS, SENDS FUNDS FO CREW SAILS INTO NEW- namo of tho German cruiser ''Buf- ATTORNEY GENERAL'S Very Sad Death. A GERMAN Tl TO SEE NEW TEAM FOOD, SHELTER AND CLOTH ANTS UNCOVER ILLEGAL -Mrs. Lorraine Sullenger Rlckard PORT NEWS WITH IIRIT- falo." IN ACTION. EXPENDITURES. ING TO HICKMAN. easily at her home Just across died . ISH PRIZE. Lieutenant Berge and Consul von the bridge Wednesday night at 10 Schilling sent mesages. to the Gero'clock as a result of pneumonia man embassy at Washington and lat STILL RISWGr t er had conversations over the tele- NOT HARD TO DISCOVER POSSUM HUNTER CASES contracted at the burial of her fath- WATER er, Mr. O. B. Sullenger, three weeks N phone with the embassy and with ago, Deat,h would not have) come as a 'Customs Collector Hamilton. ,w... the Ha Backed Hp la Many Stares, aael xnroBgnoac tne voaa- - surprise at any time, during tTBerereJ Wiewi, State's Much No One Allowed Near.i 8ltaUo rr. day? Wednesday and late in the afterKaisers' Raider . Rivals Daring of ty iai First Term of the BHslnesHoBse of Ken ' Moaey Betas;. Threw, to Pending the receipt of Instructions the Canary , noon physicians Endfaol stated that Mrs, IfewMTear, tacky City. The Wtaeto.' fromo Collector Hamilton,' no one is Island. Rlckard could not last through the allowed on or near the Appam. night. Every remedy known to, medGuards are at the rail on every, side for fighting the dread I The first-terHof Ohio Circuit ical science applied Frankfort, Kj.u Feb.,,2: tetra Washington, D. C Substantial and no gang plank, is down. Ef forts XowaorLNewa. Va.. Feb. 1. and a physician thYyear. iiU'ff wiAcoa- - malady wag illegal expenditures. ia Court for' pasagance-ari- d and trained nurse were present when aid went forward from WashihgtbiC German .natal CBslgn flat- to communicate with any of'the With the v.ene in the court heme here Moa- encircling many" departments o( the State today for the relief of- flood, suffer- -' L , came.. tering .boldly from, her stem and .in sengers' from small' boats daymornteg, All eyea will be centhe situation being, Mrs. Rlckard was married to Mr.. era in Kentucky." Senator Jamed charge-of- a German prize .crew, tho the, steamer are forbidden. by .Attorney GeaeralM. :M, tered ba.thenew"vteamcpmposed of Earl The JV.ppam has one three-lac- h Rlckard only about.islx weeks and Representative A. W. Berkley British' SoHth African Iiaer Appar er Judge. TR5yt"s.Sfackaad. were active' In behalf, ofLvealdeata bow, but wheth- Logan, through' the work of liia enteago: and ,at 22, waa-Just.refuge, la, gan meMHted efe'her . I-. sdven ud for lest, toe' . C. JB. Smith. This ot west Hickman, while Representa' ring-Into er it waaon. board before, her eap-tu- re eta'l "asslsUntsLogan M. Rock aai the flowery age of womanHampton Roads this aforalBg with by the Ger- John C. Duffy. Mr. Logan gave.Vftat la. theifirat .timea; saaar?ears that hoods She. was very popular In" Hart- Uve D. H. Klnch'eloe was successful " or waa mounted the story of was to strong statements regarding 'de- Hepabliaans have" held theee impor ford She In his efforts to assist sufferers oft and her death at .this early-ag- e by German sea raiders- - off the Afri- mans is not known. tant positions and reports from' Ow- -. ar plorable conditions at the State capibrought in under the German ts sadly regretted and, deeply deplor small tributaries of the Ohio.' river. can coast. ensboro arid Calhoun affirm that they . ,ii. Tho American Red. Cross nbt only" flag, Instead, of the'German tal. ed.: She was conscious, that she could The Appam was captured off the name was '""'There is no need to dlg,?dowa,!' ar,e making good wltnrengance; At not recover and sweetly gave Instruc- gave immediate relief through fund on. January 15 by a merchant flag, and her Canary Islands quarantine officer as asserted Mr.. Logan. "You have.jaii-l- y both o the above places Judge Slack tions as to the disposition ot her re- for food, shelter and clothing, but ", Westaerman raider four days after given to the to scratch the surface to discover has conducted court In an orderly mains, as follows: Gt the ordered Its representative at Appam," meaning sho had sailed for Dakar, British "S. M. S.. it." warship Appam: w and dignified manner, whllo .AttorFuneral services at the residence Louis to go to, West Hickman and West Africa, for Plymouth, Eng- German One bf the discouraging, features ney Smith has made a great hit by of Miss Bessie Morton this morning assume charge of the. .situation on When seen on his' way to visit Coconland. , the Mississippi river at that point. lonel' Haynes, Lieutenant Berge re- of the situation to his mind is.that tho able manner in which he has Whether the captor was a GerAnother at ten o'cl6ck by the Rev. B. W. Nainformation any attempt) to correct conditions is ducted the prosecutions. While this outside aid was being pier. Interment In Oakwood Cemeunreported fused o talk. Asked for man U boat or a hitherto re- met only with the strongest; opposi- new face will be that of Circuit Clerk tery. Mrs. Rlckard also made re- furnished, Representative Barkley ""auxiliary crulsor Is unde- he merely shook his head and, German "Nothing to say, nothing, to tion. Unnecessary expense accounts Porter. This will be Mr. Porter's first quests as to the burial shroud, and was active In seeking to obtain funds termined. From what was learned by plied: from the federal government. Late1 say. He is a smaii man ui augm and department salary and expense experience of this kind in the court other arrangements. ,. some of the officials who boarded room; but his friends are predicting build, with a small mustache, and rolls of Illegal size are the chief fea preceded this afternoon he introduced in the Mrs. Rickard's mother the Appam It Is believed that some that he will acquit himself with cred-- . providing for- an approt-tures so far encountered. though her' in death several years ago while house a bill steamer, armed as a German auxil-far- Is very pleasahtf. cost 61,000 last year to r.uiMhe It. Mrs. "A. W. Bennett will fill the It died of pneumonia just priation of $400,000 for relief front her father possibly the cruiser Mowo, raid' office of the department of. education. place,ot court stenographer,' for the three weeks, ago, Of, thls'famlly two floods in the, Mississippi valley ing shipping off tho African coast, included, only the office exaaa-se- s. last several years held by Mr.; Mar- brothers, That Darrel and Barnett, and throughout the present year. took the British liner and put the This susa, was greater than the vin Miller. Mrs. Bennett; has held, the young husbandj The Red. Cross gave $5.00, for reTOBACCO Earl Rlckard, prize crew aboard. This view Is DYING cost of tho conduct of the auditor, this position before. lief at West Hickman. This sum will supported by the fact that a sub The possum hunter cases to be survive. Governbe expended by the organization. AT LOCAL BOUSE attorney general's 'and 'the . v marine could hardly have spared a tried "at this term, will attract atHickman, Ky. The river is stilL or's office combined., 'lieutenant and such a large crew to rising and-habacked up in a num"The dopartmtent made a request tention throughout the State. There FOR a prize. ber of stores on the. north side ot tor seven stenographers;" said .Mr. hajs been considerable speculation as Lieutenant Berge, of the German By morning "L don't know" how manjrjljto,. whether or not these cases will the buslnesaMectlon. HART- Logan, .navy, placed on thp Appam when WESTERFD3LD , LEASES SCHOOL VACCINATION it, will be fin several more. The watthey need. Bu'f ItMr. V. 0.,Gilbert come bere the court." We are able FORD WAREHOUSE' AND , in the ishe was captured, brought-er1 Is backing' across the has the rteht' to" annolnt seven he to set", this uncertalnlty at. rest, how- mala .TOBACCO COMING IN. ;prlzo, eluding the cordon of British business street, but' tonight, it is' has Just as much legal authority to ever, forThe Republican representa cruisers across the Atlantic, and appoint 700, with no' limitations on tive nas It straigni inai a uuiuuer HEALTH OFFICERS UPHELD IN thought It will not reach the stage be"! trjed at this term and fully :addlng to the historic chapter of Gerof the 1913- flood unless there is their salary. When I "declined to will RULING OF LOUISVUiLE man exploits at sea,, a chapter to Mr. J. B. Westerfleld, of Fords-vlll- e, countenance such a procedure, I be- prosecuted, Sheriff Keown has servmore rain. It will rise for at least JUDGE. :rank with the adventures of tho Em-dehas closed a deal with the di gan to be assailed In letters from alt ed a number of warrants charging five days yet. the Prlnz Eltol Frledrlchand rectors of the Hartford Warehouse over the State, wanting to know banding together and confederating The water Is much, higher la the Kronprlnz WUhelm. company wher,cby gets the use of the whether I was opposed to the common for the purpose ot injuring others Hickman at this stage than In 1913 There are 451 persons aboard the local warehouse, for the comlng'year, school system. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 1. Authori- at the same stage. This rise Is out of in the last two weeks. Practically- - all ship, Including 188 survivors of sov-e- n and will buy tobacco here the rest those arrested made bond. There are ty to use every means within its the Mississippi. ' Let Him .Appeal to Assembly. ships aunk by the submarine of the season. Already tobacco is hunt- power to check disease epidemics is Tho, Missouri levees are all holdthe superintendent needs seven now .7,8 Indictments "If which captured the Appam; twenty coming in and at press hour last stenographers let him go to the Leg- ing. vested by law in the State Board of ing, which throws the flood higher civilians being transported night between 50,000 and 75,00'0 islature which Is the only body that German' levee There are only two murder trials' Health, in the opinion of Judge Sam- on this side. The Missouri fro:u Africa to England tq bo placed pounds of the weed has been bought has the power tq grant him that-manto come up at this term: In the first uel B.. Kirby, who yesterday sua- - was broken. In two places In 1913. memin detention camps; forty-si- x from for delivery here. The warehouse and ask for It. Then there will be of these, .Commonwealth, 'vs. Jesse Ifalned a demurer by the county Reeltoot levee,-- extending bers of the Appam's crew; 155 orig- ts being cleaned out and prepared nothlngrto prevent the naming of Fulkerson,. et al., Clarence Durall, board to a petition ot tne board oi Hickman, to Tlptonv.llle," is said to inal passengers on the Appam, and and by next week buying here will! wife, brother, slstex-o- r any other-rel'Robert Green, Harry Woodburn, trustees of the Highland Park' grad- be In good shape tonight, and is be the prize crew of twenty-twbo in full sway. ed school to enjoin- the health board lng carefully watched day and night atlve who has never written a line of Claude, Graves, Clayburn Wilson Many of the passengers on the ApMr. Westerfleld Is acting aa agent shorthand In" hU life:'--' (five defendants) the .defendants f torn requiring the pupils to be vac- by a large force of men., Th. pam are women and children. There for a Louisville corporation that al "Tb'e "worst pardf it is, that no are .charged wUhthe, murder, of HaV cinated before attending school. wealthy land owners are working" on are .also several high British colonial so has representatives, on the loose foneregardsbtfi8rKw,IftheLegisla- - rteoff day, , The, court fold it was no doubt this levee, with their employes and officials, who were returning to Eng- leaf floors in Owensboro .and prac ture says you can't, do a certatin Feb 10. The..kllllngor.the negro true that many people are opposed' to they feel much better over the situland from Africa. There are also four tlcally the same prices' will be paid' thing it's done anyway. The Aud- for which these men are charged oc- -. vaccination" but that medlcaf author- ation- today than yesterday. Many wounded sailors,- taken from one of here that prevail in that city, except itor's Department Is allowed $23,000 curred in Rockport several months ities the, world, over believed it was people behind ihe levee are 'moving" the sunken ships, which resisted cap- the higher grade tobacco, which' we a year "to run on. It' has been using ago. The-- other murder case Is, Com the. one remedy best suited to pre put, though the levee appears sate ture and was shelled. understand ,1s not' desired, at the reg- 530,000, without any apologies. In monwealth vs., Gilbert Hayes, .which vent smallpox, and tor that reason' beConditions lmprovtag. .. -. I.i. ftb Resistance. ular scale of prices. ' Since the meet iiuo .lasti rvpuriyiruui .1. '. uuiua T uvuw has Jieen trled.-,hefor-e but resulted lieved tjie Legislature was ''within luuv i K.AJ Kansas City,. Although conditions According to the, information ing In Owensboro ot tne tooacco tnat 'oxpregBgo f0r 1615 cost la a. hung jury. The" evidence in its rights in, delegating to the State were improved in, the greater part of for the purpose of'reorgarilz-'- j 500 TBat waa almost twice as much' i wreuuuuwtuii. leaned from ihose who talked with. t right InBoard ot Health the authority the Southwestern states affected by Lieut. Berge, the Appam was captur- lng prices have gone up on the floors J aa the- year before, and 1, knew that Ot the other cases attracting, at? to invoke vacclhailon and that the reports early today-tolof fur ed without any show of resistance, on f there and tobacco tnat- - waa tormeriy Buca a Bum coujont have been ex- - tsntion Commonwealh vs. Bill, Tay- State Board, ot Health acted within floodsdamage in Arkansas, where ther Vina hoan' nrnnirhf Tiarlr And r. j.i.ii.j January 15, tho day that British waIaaa.Y "..u www.. .w-oeuvvu pended for expressage; ' i ueutueu lor, charged, with breaking Into the' its rights in delegating to the author- high water recently has flowed over news reports said wireless communl-- ., sold for good price. The distance Mr. Rock to look Into It, and he .re- store,. ot M, ,D. Hudson at Beaver ity to .the County Board ot Health. thousands ot acres of farm lands, cation with the vesel suddenly ceas-ed- T that farmers living near Hartford ports thai the money was spent Id ga-- f Dam-i- n December ot 914, is pro- He gave 'the board of trustees of the many persons from A prize crew " was placed on , must haul to deliver In Owensboro, lng after requisitioned prisoners. bably one ot tho most Important school an opportunity to amend Its and has driven ',- tboard and. the same day the raider I however, Is so great that they will The account used to.be charged to Those numbers on the docket that petition In order to further test the their homes. It is feared five counties will bd gavo no dou.bt take advantage of tlo op-- 1 'express agents,' and tho' custom has wiil. come beforo the court are as constitutionality of the law govern 'captured the Appam which affected by the flow' ot water caused chaso to another British steamer, portunltj; to soil here. ing the authority ot the State Board follows: continued. by breaking ot .the levee near Cumcargo of I Thp buying of tobacco here will no bound for Australia with a Second Day, Feb. 85247 Com'th. 0f Health. W, S. SanfQrd, attorney What One Trip Cost. mins. The state farm near Cummins .meat. Tho meat ship gave battle, doubt, stimulate business In this sec- "One trip ot an officer-- to Michigan vs. Wm. Combs; 5173 Com'th. vs, for the board ot trustees of the school a'ndT was captured and was sunk, after a 'tlon, and the handling of the weed cost (he State over $200. He didn't Everett Guy; 619L Com'th. vs.. Bill announced that he would tile an is reported cbVered with water, negro prisoners kept at the farm large portion of her cargo had been will give employment to several get the prisoner, and the law express? Taylor; 5220 Com'th. vs. Jno. Dur- amended petition mornremoved today.. The white " men. ly forbids payment of expenses unless ham, Sr., Jno. Alexander, Jno. Dur- ing, but he did not state the nature will be .taken off. convicts were removed late yesterthe prisoner is, bagged. His next trip, ham, Jr., Claronco Morris and. Jim ot the allegations It would contain. Six moro Vessels then were de- -' day. atroyod In rapid succession. It was ROAD MEETING AT in which he got his man, cost the Morris, No word had come early today CENTERTOWN AND KRONOS .State $250. These sums are outMated. The crows were taken on Third Day, Fob. 05208 to 5212 EARLY START MADE BY, WARREN STRAWBERRY MEN from Arcbard's ferry, near Redfleld, rageous. OjoariMhe Appam, which ran due west Officers have made It a Com'th. vs. Bruno Frey, 4 IndictArk., where last night forty- families There wll bo- a road meeting at custom to come to Frankfort to get' ments; 5015 Com'th. vs. Alton Par-rl- s, across tho Atlantic for Hampton were reported morooned by floods, Bowling Green, Ky Feb. 1. Centertown at one o'clock next Sat extradition papers. Tho State has vs. Claude et al; 5216 Com'th. Itoads. at Morton's drug been paying their expenses. This Graves; 6230 Com'th. vs. Claude, Al- - That the coming strawberry season It was reported boats had been sent The names of the steamers sunk urday evening to therreaoue. by the raider which captured the Ap- store and at Matansas at T p. m, On Is something 'else that ts. needless. lea, Lafe Crawley; 5232 Cometh, vs. will be the greatest in the history of In many parts of the state train aspam are given as the Corbrldge, Monday evening following there will The papers could be mailed to them, Osear Durall; 5238 Com'th. vs. Char-H- e the Warren County Strawberry sociation, and tor that, reason in the service was seriously lnterterred be a meeting of the jwme- - kind at and they could make their trips from Alrey. Farrlngford, Trader, Dormomby, with, some of the railroads being Kronos. These meetings are for the their home city. Fourth Day, Feb. 10 5241, Com'th history of the state, is Indicated by Clan MacTavlah and Arthur. every feature of the work' of the forced to detour trains on acount purpose of discussing plans for work"Every department I touch reveals vs. Jesse Fulkerson. ?et al., Clarence When the Appam passed la the strawberry growers at the present ot the high water. "Virginia Canes early-toda- y and took ing the roads the present year. All the samq 'conditions until I am thor- Darall; Robert Green, Harry Railroads la Southern Missouri disgusted: tp required to attend. Wil- - time. The acreage ot 'strawberries oughly I am ready Graves, Clayburn ,,son a pilot, she was asked by the Fort Interested are dlStcultles, also were experiencing ; was.-STh- e throw the- whole business overboard sen?v 5. defendants; 5246 Com'th. vs this year; will be much larger than ; "tJMoriroe wireless station who she . ever before, exceeding 1,200 acres, the St. Louts': San Francisco espe'reply was, It 'was stated, that Man Killed Woe Ballet Gteaeaa and. let' someone etoe step In, wheifsaade Allen, et al Charles Duke, cially having trouble by reason of will be coateated to drift splnely Newt Allea, Charles Myers, Tom Kng-ie- r, besides, the hundreds ot .acres ot Frew Hog's 8knM. tshe was the. 'German cruiser "Bufyoung plants, which --will bear fruit washouts. In the mining districts Alrey Fogle, Harry Woodburn, along. But If I stay, here I am going Terre Haute, lad., January ,30. falo:" Curtis, Will next' season. A meeting ot over about Joplln, Mo., operations are i(jWhen she arrive at Old "Point, Andrew Sbaader.a miner "of Buaaea, to ale wits agsiaat everyone whom A. P. Wilson, Haydea Hawkenberry, 300 growers ot the county was held hampered. oSaf latlaa oaeer MeCaffery went Ind.. waa shot and killed here today' I dtfttover' has eelleeUd aseaey from PerUr, Henderson a here Saturday Gee. Hunter, Jake Bowea, Walter at the, courthouse 'when a bullet gkneed ot'the skull the State illegally,' aseaX aad after hla Inspection Mto.Pre at Mlnslea. speeUieatleBS adopted for the WUeaa, 14 defendants;' S29 Com'th. and brought Lieut., Berge ashore. The 'of. a hog aad straek hlM. Shaader "Pa, what is a peaeeaaakerT" orates- and ether supplies which will vsjfHerma Kerr). WH, of health., (aadJae RadevUlt, else 'a aalaer, r .Assam gat st 'He ."is the man, my ealld, whose during the eemlag season. huaael at Fifth Bay,T.U M97 Com'th. ba needed Redtaf Sei"$l.-aeThe fear weaaded satiets were the war buteherlag.the hei.aadafca-- I L, D. 8ANDBRFUR, Baaver DaJ va. OMaert Hajiw; 523 Com'thi vs. Already aa order fer 176,900:' orates mala tueeesa lies la fraaipHatiag ' , sly ease f sUfcmsss feaod., dar, wm werklag aear, the. Vf whea D. ingnt." '' ' , -- " Marios Like;, Mi5 Com'th. vs. baa beealaeed. Ky. . The, Oersaa CeaaaJ. b Marshall Jtovh-firad'thelHi- at himself under the consul's orders. FHRAV JfiANnF a ajia Rf aaia i iiuiinvu.uji (ilKl COURT TO m Ira Hlnes, ct al Haskell Kitchens, Sam Brown, Joe Maxey, Joe Vaught, Dick Simmons, Ed Cunk, Baker Dortch, Rupert Taylor, Lon Klrby, Geo. Jewel; 5267 Com'th. vs. Glenn Stewart; 5270 Com'th. vs. Will Harris; 5271 Com'th. vs. same. . DISTRICT 7 vessels Destroyed .... k K' i -- -- the-enc- ed y , man-of-w- ii V , l -- - ' 1 N - y, r' f ' GIVES-AUTHORIT- 1 - n, - o. - Maddox,,-cpforedYbfpu'- iHiH-vaa- e - d -- D- , - - de - ; -- '?! - 1 ' . -- . FT' ' '" '" 1" " "' -- .'i! lfi"AU .' terdtoynir rir' yi, 'ufc, '" V- - I ' FEAR OF HYPHEN TEDDY'S CHARGE SLAYS VlISON AND HIS FOR-KIGPOLICIES IN SPEECH AT BROOKLYN. vote and are nl German-America- n willing to sacrifice the honor of this country to their feart There Is no French-Americapractically English-America- n vote and these or politicians thereforo feel that they can act against England and Franco with safety, and their motto Is safe- J I believe that the great mass of Americans of German descent are straight-ou- t Americans and nothing else, just as good Americans as citizens of any other descent In this TOUCHES PREPAREDNESS country. In tho great crisis of the Civil War a larger proportion of the men of recent German origin than of Says If Wo Mean .to Prepare we the men of old native American stock stood for tho Union and for Should Prepare In Good freedom. I ask Americans of GerItarnest. man descent to stand against England when It Is wrong. I ask that ' New York, Jan. 30. Theodore nothing else. These Americans of Gorman descent, I believe, will dis"Promise and approve with all their hearts any Roosevelt discussed Performance In International Rela- proposal to use the embargo as a tions" beforo the Brooklyn Insti- weapon In aid of the ruthless and tute of Arts and Sciences In Brook- brutal German militarism which has lyn tonight. The- former President's crushed Belgium to the ground. address In part was as follows: These Americans of German descent "In private life no human being are the true patriots. thinks It to the credit of any man "I believe that they are shamefulwho makes a promise unless the ly misrepresented by the professionpromise Is kept. But when wo deal s, al, tho hyphenated with nations Instead of Individuals, who have been so loud, since n large number of reasonably war began, in their Insistence people loudly take the view the that tho United States Bhould be prosthat the promise Is Itself meritorious tituted to tho service of despotism and that the keeping of It Is some- against democracy, of tyranny against thing wholly Irrelevant. A .treaty Is freedom, of wrong against right. merely a promise. If It Is evident Believes in Gerninns. made that It cannot bo or when "I earnestly hope that the great ought not to bo kept, then those mass of honest American citizenship making the treaty are which Is In whole or In part of Gereither wicked or foolish. If It can be man descent will make its views' Jiept, but nevertheless Is not kept, heard against these men who speak those who fall to keep It are guilty as Germans only and treat America The politiof dishonorable-conduc- t. as a foreign land, a land of use only cians In power who do such deeds merely the agents of the people as the tool of Germany, and against are the base and cowardly politicians and If these public servants act dis- who seek preferment for themselves Is reflected honorably, the dishonor by truckling to the professional upon the people themselves. American vote, even although persons would be wise if to do so means shame and disgrace they kept the analogy between pubUnited States and perhaps lic and private promises steadily in for the permanent detriment to tho cause of view. The analogy applies to paciGerman-Americanwell-disposly German-Well-meani- ty first. You v En bloc tan Now" Get the Big Comfortable 35 Horsepower Overland ' for " H j '$695 Roaditcr $675 .- 35 horsepower motor Demountable rims ; with one extra, wheelbase Deep divan upholstery One-ma- n top; top cover 106-inch Electric starting and lighting system Electric control buttons on steering column Four inch tires ...j uiiCJ 4 -- X i -- ftl 't. With unerring judgment of value With a rush that swallowed up a record production In jig time The public took more than 50,000 of the $750 Overlands in six months. In six months we've absorbed all the overhead f absorbed oil the development expense; realized on all the cost that is usually spread over a year. We covered our material require prices saved ments at three and a half million dollars on aluminum and another million on steel. Wo have Increased our production capacity of 300 cars per day last June to 1000 cars per day. before-the-war Model 83 B So again we have broken all records. horsepower comfortable, thirty-fivOverland for $695. ' Here Is the value which has clearly dominated the automobile market for the last six months now made even e material for a bigger production program. A nd again we are setting a new and supreme standard of value You can now buy the big, roomy, Again wo have planned and bought r .ally quick thirty-fiv- e horsepower. It has abundant power and speed and an exception get-awa- y. And though the price is reduced the car Is improved. power It has an plant, en bloc type, developing full '": 9 J M. ' more clearly dominant. Here is the car with a performance record never even approached by any car of its size ever built fifty thousand In every day service. model will never be loner. But this price reduction Is made la the face of a rising material market we cannot guarantee that It will not be higher. Sec the Overland dealer now anticipate your requirement if need be but make sure of your delivery now Tlie value is approached. We guarantee that the price for this rt' rV. IP ficist speeches; it applies to treaties; it applies to what are diplomatically called notes. JUj- Mlcnwber J'Notcs." U. ".Readers of David Copperfield will remember that Mr. Mlcawber's specialty was to Issue notes. He never honored these notes when they liecamo due. His mind was so constituted that he felt that when a note became due he met it adequately by writing another. His creditors, however, did not take so charitable a view of the performance. They did not have single-trac- k minds. To those acquainted with United States diplomatic Metory during the last year or two theie will be no neces-- , fur- slty of pursuing the analogy uoi. uooseveit menuonea jiao Hague conventions in their relation to the violation of the neutrality of Belgium, declaring It was "dishonorable conduct on the part of the United States to take action In the matter." Taking up the question of American export of munitions to tho international right throughout the Col. Roosevelt said he approved of world.." proposals to establish a world league for 'be. enforcement of peace, but only on condition "first, that we shall show that we keep our promises) and, second, that we shall show that we are both able and ready to make our promises effective by our action." Many persons who favor such a world league, he declared, at the same time declare that "our duty Is to be neutral and to avoid entangling alliances." preCol. Roosevelt considered paredness, declaring we should have a mobile army of 150,000 and a total regu,aj. amy Q about ft quarter Qf ft . mnnon mcn we mean to prepare," he said, "If "we should prepare In good earnest. ConThe proposal for the tinental Army Is a proposal to meet Uncle Sam's need for an automatic or a .45 by giving him a muzzle-loadin- g .22. "I stand for ample preparedness In order to avert war and In order to avert disgrace and disaster it war should come. I ask, moreover, that this nation in the great crisis of this world war refuse to be tricked or bullied by foes without or by politicians within." ' self-cocki- f" UREY HADEN, Rockport, Ky. tfjUffa The Willys-Overla- nd Company, Toledo, Ohio KU.UU.3.A.' --a eeS' x .' 'i WmWfBmBismmmwmmmCi thcr." III1IIIIIII1I1BH1I BSsjk GREATEST INLAND WATERWAY PLANNED ESTIMATE COST OP 3,000 MILE ROUTE PROPOSED BY GORE AT $7,000,000. bejllgerents, he declared: f ttf I ft i "It Is immoral to export munitions ot materials out of which munitions can be made, In order to prevent Belgium from freeing' herself. It Is highly moral to export munitions f. which will help Belgium to free It is an act of gross infamy on the part of this Gove'rnment and this .people to take any step which will help tho wrongdoer against the wronged and such a step would be taken If we Imposed an embargo In the Interest of Germany against the Allies. Xotes To Germany. "A year ago this Government notified Germany that it would hold her to a strict accountability if she Bunk passenger ships and murdered Again and women and children. of again In contemptuous defiance this warning Germany has sunk these ships and killed noncombatants until the number mounts up Into tho Whether the acts were thousnnds. done by German submarines or by Austrian submarines, or, as is now claimed, by Turkish submarines, or, na may possibly bo claimed In the future, by Bulgarian submarines, represents merely the contemptuous desire of Germany tho directing and dictating mind of tho Central Pow ers to glvo this Government a chance to crawl out of making good its fine words. Wo took no effective action whatever to stop these repeated murders. They were finally stopped simply because the British fleet destroyed so many submarines that the warfare ceased being profitable to Germany, Now It is announced in tho press that tho German Government and our Government are actually haggling over the number of dollars which they think the American peoplo will pockot as a payment" for their murdered womher-ssel- Washington, Jan. 29. The greatest Inland waterway In the world, extending 3,000 miles from Now York by way of Buffalo, Chicago and St." Louis, to the Gulf of Mexico is planned in legislation lust submitted to Congress by Senator Gore, of Oklahoma. The waterway would connect also with all tho great tributaries of the Mississippi niver and tho Gulf of St. Lawrence. Of the total route, tho Hudson River would constltuto 212 miles ESCAPED PRISONERS with a depth of twelve feot. This CONTINUE JOURNEY length can bo finished and ready for use In 191C at a cost of less than ?2,- Bangor, Mo. Four of tho 12 Ger- 000,000, according to Senator Gore. mans who burrowed out of tho Ca- The Erlo Canal would constltuto nadian detention camp at Amherst, 3C5 of tho route, not Including the N. S., wore held up on tho border Lake Champlaln and Lako Ontario and then released, were In Bangor branches. This can bo completed and Friday on the way to Now York. ready for use In 1918, Senator Goro They told how tho escaped from Bays. tho detention camp otter working The Great Lakes would add 800 for weeks on a tunnel just large miles to "the route with a minimum enough for a man to wrlgglo through. depth of 20 feet. The Chicago River It began at a sandplle back ot tho and Chicago drainage canal are albunkhouso and was carried C5 feet ready available for uso from Chicauntil It cleared the barbed wire fenco go to Lockport, with a depth ot 21 built around the camp. All but one feet. Tffo State ot Illinois has auot the 12 were evontually captured, thorized a bond Issue of $5,000,000 curity against destructive railway but tho four were on the American to connect the Chicago' dralnago ca- discriminations. Legislation looking Bldo of the line and could not bo nal with tho Illinois River at Utica, to tho latter has already been enheld under tho Immigration laws, a distance of about sixty miles, with acted and could be perfected. "To render this waterway usable qualifying for eutry. an eight foot channel. engineers havo favor- would require an outlay ot less than Government Constipation. ably reported on the Improvement ot .half tho total cost ot a single battle When costive or troubled with the Illinois River from Utlca to Us ship, and It would be a permanent en and children. constipation tako Chamberlaln'sTab- - mouth, a distance of some 250 miles, contribution to our navigation, prosAfraid of Hyphen. channel, and on perity and civilization. We ought not "Unfortunately it is evident that lets. They aro easy to tako and most with an eight-fomany of our public men are afraid agreeable In effect. Obtainable every-o- f the Improvement ot the Mississippi to neglect entirely, to prepare tor to TII..o. .An. Ilin Miynv rvf Mia .a.w.. m lMTCt iv.m,tqx mnntli xj 4uv Tlllnnla peace amid the rush -- arms." Germanr.afrald of the profession- - Trhere. I ot w Has Used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for 20 Years. "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been used in my household for the past twenty years. I began giving It to my children when they were small. As a quick relief for croup, whooping cough, and ordinary colds, if has no eqaul. Being free from opium and other harmful drugs, I never felt afraid to give it to the children. I have recommended it to a large number of friends and neighbors, who have used It and speak highly ot It," writes Mrs. Mary Mlnke, Shortsvillo, N. Y. Obm tainable everywhere. River to St. LoaU, a distance of 4P miles, with a like channel. An eight-fo- ot channel Is already avajlable' from St. Louis to the mouth ot the Ohio KCver, a n1ne foot channel from the Ohio for a dfstanco of 833 miles, and a channel ot more than 30 feet in depth the rest ot the way to the Gulf of Maxlco, a distance ot 240 miles. The link between Utica and St. Louis can be reconstructed at an estimated cost of $4,7000,000, so that in order to render the entire way ready for service It would required an expenditure of less than $7,000,000 on the part of the FedConnecting with eral Government. this also is the Hennepin Canal from Hennepin on the Illinois River to Rock Island on tho Mlsslssppl, and also the Mississippi from St. Louis to St. Paul and Minneapolis. Tho War Department has made a careful survey and estlmato for the as an Important entire waterway step in connection with tho preparedness program. It is pointed out by tho preparedness advocates that it an enemy did gain control ot tho Eastern coast temporarily, the waterway would still facilitate military movements thruout tho Mlddlo West. "When finished this will be tho greatest Inland waterway in tho world. It would exceed the Rhino in length several times over and under proper safeguards would exceed It in navigation and tratllc," said Senator Goro. "In addition to the waterway itself there are two lndlspenslble conditions to Inland navigation: First, terminal facilities and, second, se- )SS$$St$$$$SS$S4$$i $4.00 $2.00 YEAR SIX ONE MQNTHS COURIER - JOURNAL Daily By Mail (NOT SUNDAY) AND FARM and FAMILY MAGAZINE " A GREAT MONTHLY DURING JANUARY AND FEBRUARY ONLY Special Rate Period Limited to These Two Months. Special Combination at a Little Over Half the Regular Price. Subscription orders at this rate, will bo accepted only when sent through regular Courier-JournAgent in this district. al : BERRY O. COURIER-JOURNA- R, "W-ALKE- Fiar-tior-cd- , Ky, ly. L CO., ... 9$mss9mm! 4"'' 4? f Louisville, -- .to ID. ll SUCCEEDS LAMAR OP SUPREME NAMED JUSTICE COURT RV PRESIDENT WILSON. IS OR JEWISH An BIRTH Great Bur- - Appointment Conies prlfio To Scnnte nnd Ofllcinl Washington. Washington, Jan. 28. President Wilson today Bent to tho Senate the name of Loula D. Brnndels, of 13 to be Associate Justice of the Supremo Court, to succeed the late os-to- n, Justice Lamar. Tho Sennto and official Washing- V :' i i -- '!-. Amonn his participation in other ment. Senators discussed tho nomination freely and expressed "great rubllc affairs were his appearance surprise," as did leading House as counsel for those who fought for the validity of workingmen's hours members. of labor law In Oregon, Illinois nnd Senator James said: "While I'm sorry President Wilson did not go to Ohio, as counsel for those who con Kentucky for a new justice, ho did tended for the preservation of the the next best thing and took a na- Doston municipal subway system, tive Kentucklan. I regard BrtCndels nnd in establishing the sliding scalo as one ,pf .the worldta greatest law- gas system and the creation of savyers. I have served on committees ings' bank insurance in Massachubefore which he appeared, and am setts. Ho was, in 1910, chairman of the Doard of Arbitration which glad he was named." workNo Roonor had Mr. Drandeis' nom settled tho New York garment ers' strike. Ho has written largely ination been received than senators began discussing Informally tho pros- and Is regarded as an authority on llfo Insurance, pects of hfs confirmation. None of public franchises, s' scientific insurance, who said they were opposed to those management, .labor problems and the appointment were willing to be quoted to the effect, however. The the trust question. Ho also has been nomination" goes to the Judiciary at the forefront of the Zionist moveCommittee, where, if there is a fight, ment in the United States, and will bo the first Jew to sit on the bench it will first develop. was born In Louis- of the Supreme Court. Mr. Drandeis At the beginning of President Wil ville exactly sixty years ago. His Adolph Drandeis, son's administration Mr. Drandeis father, ho late was a prominent grain merchant in was expected to get a place in the Louisville, operating under the firm cabinet. Many of the administration name of Drandeis & Crawford. The leaders expected him to be appointed late Lewis N. Dembltz, a Louisville Attorney General. lawyer noted for his erudition, was nn uncle, and tho new Supremo Deafnetf Cannot Be Cureff aa they cannot reach Court Justice's full namo Is Louis by local application, of the ear. There la ths diseased portion Dembltz Drandeis. only one way to cure deafness, and that la la by constitutional remedies. tho grain caused by an Inflamed conditionDeafntaa Mr. Alfred Drandeis, of the lining- - pf the Eustachian Tube. When merchant, and a prominent figure for this tube you have a nirabllnc Imperfect hearlnr. and when many years In the Louisville Doard sound orclosed. Deafness Is the result, It la and entirely of Trade and other civic enterprises, unless the Inflammation can bo taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condiIs a brother of Louis D. Drandeis, tion, hearing will be destroyed forever: nine esses of ten are caused by Catarrh, and is the only surviving member of which outnothing- but an Inflamed condition Is the mucous surfaces. the family. Mrs. Otto Wchle, who of We will (Ive One Hundred Dollars for any catarrh) that case of Deafness died r. few years ago, was a sister, cannot be cured (caused by Catarrh Cure. by Hall's and Mr., Louis Drandeis Wehle, of Bend for circulars, free. CO., Toledo, Ohio. F. J. CHENET the Loulsvlllo bar, Is a nephew. Eold by Druggists, lie. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Louis Drandeis was educated in the public school of Louisville, and Is a graduate of the Louisville Law A. S. of E. Holds Meeting. A few of tho farmers of Ohio Co. met in mass convention In Hartford, Ky Jan. 27th to discuss the best plans to pursuo for the best interest of all farmers, and the house was addressed by farm demonstrator, W. W. Drowder and others and It was decided tho best course for us to w tho A. S. of E. In Ohio County. It was clearly shown that It was tho best and only organization that the farmers have ever had. At this Junction L. N. Roberston, of Owcnsboro . one of tho national board of direc4fcs tors came in and it was voted that ho should address the body at orio o'clock, and it being noon tho body thon adjourned till that hour. Tho house was called to order at ono o'clock by Pres. S. L. Stevens and Mr. Roberston then in an able "TkeKimdMotkerUsei" way told of tho standing of the notima mnttipr fPtS OUt Calu- - tional Union and tho good and help met I know there's gome to be good It could be to tho farmers of Kentucthines to eat at our house. Delicious, ky, and all were surprised and detender, tempting doughnuts, biscuits, lighted at tho benefit to be derived bake-d- ay cakes and piesl I've never seen a from their order, all being convincfailure with Calumet. Mother ed that this was the thing to do. ays it'i the only Baking Powder that There being a motion before the insures umiuim .....1.. iu'w " house which provides for a petition Rscslrwl HIlit AwsJe to be circulated that provides when " Km CmI BmI Ttulu S. as many as 200 men will pay their dues of $1.50 and renew tho A. S. of E. that there be a day sot and all meet In various parts of the county and pay up and renew. This was carried by a unanimous vote and it was ordered that this petition be gotten out and sent out (or signers. It was then moved and carried that there be another meeting called for Feb. 12th for tho purposo of receiving reports of these petitions and making arrangements for a poultry pool. It was also ordered there bo a committee appointed to work up tho Fire Insurance. farmers The house then cdjournod to meet Fob. 12th, at 10 o'clock. Now brother farmers don't let this chance get awo.y from you, but let U9 get busy and find these petitions for ourand- - try to do something selves. HENRY PIRTLE, Sec. wage-earnerrau-co- ui re-no- ton generally were electrified by tho announcement of Drandeis' appoint- railroad. School. Ho went East to Harvard more than forty years ago, and since that time has only visited Loulsvlllo at Intervals. Ho settled in Doston after tho completion of his education, and married Miss Alice New York. Mr. Drandeis was In Loulsvlllo, two weeks ago as a guest of his brother on tho River road, and whllor there delivered n lecture at the Temple Drith Scholum on. tho , ZIon movement. Rcfore the Public. Ho camo most notably before tho public as a national flguro six years ago as though his participation in intho celebrated Dalllnger-Plnchvestigation In Congress, In which he was counsel for tho forces which were opposed to Secretary Balllnger and soucht his removal from office, '.liter ho vits counsel for tho shippers who o.iposi-the general In freight rates before ,Uo Interstate Commerce Commission, and during the same period ho was at the forefront of those who were demanding nn Investigation of tho financial affairs of tho New Haven Qold-markof ot CHINA IMPORTS MANY PLANTS DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE EXPLORERRETURNS, FROM EXPEDITION. - of tho following committee men: I. N. Parrls, L. S. Ingler, Guy Mar-low- ,S. H. Hedger, II. D. Taylor, Otis Stevens, R. A. Hocker, Clarence Hbborston, Willie Mutfett, George Snodgrass, A. L. Maddox, J, iC Wel-le- r, Alncy TIchcnor, Shelba Rock, Rondi Wade, F. C. Dalrd, T. F. Tanner, L. P. Dennett, O. P. Jones, J. D. Allen, S L. Stevens, Dob Rowan, and W. F. Stevens. S. L. STEVENS, Pres. HENRY PIRTLE, Sec. 'V MjBBBmwwwwwW9fBmwwwwwwmwwBFmaBmrBmwwwB. V BRINGS A NEW PEACH Pain Is War Without Pain. a visitor to every homo and 55? .! Rcslstcnt to Cold nnd Drouth Also But you aro prepared for every emerIlrlnrc "Jujube" for The gency If you keep a bottle of Sloan's Liniment handy. It Is the greatest pain killer ever discovered. Simply laid on tho skin no rubbing reWashington, Jan. 30. Tho third quired it drives tlio pain awny. It is expedition Into China to discover really wonderful. Mervln H. Solster, Derkeley, Cal new plants sultablo for Introduction Into tho United States has been com- writes: "Last Saturday, after tramp'Jsmall town merchant, the rural business man or the pleted by F, N. Meyer, plant explor- ing around tho Panama Exposition farmertvho uses a typewriter has the advantaee over the man with wet feet, I camo home with my er of the Department of Agriculture, who does not. neck so stiff that I couldn't turn. I who has Just returned to WashingThe typewriter not only saves time in writine letters and trip in tho Far applied Sloan's Liniment freely and ton after a three-yea- r making out bills.'but it adds prestige and reputation to the user. East. As a result of this expedition went Jo bed. To my surprise, next C. Smith & Bros. through the center of China, the two morning the stiffness had almost disprevious explorations of similar dur- appeared, four hours after the secis especially adapted to use in rural districts because it will stand , ond application I was as.'good us new.' ation covering extremely cold more wear and does not require an expert operator. By followAll Druggists. 25c. 1 regions and the arid regions March1915. ing the instructions we will give you, you will have no trouble . of Chinese Turkestan.thcre have been learning. Mail This Coupon Today Bent to America for planting and test- DASES INSTEAD OF SUPPLY SHIPS FOR SUBMARINES ing for commercial adaptability Please tend me yot free book seeds, roots or cuttings of some Washington, D. C, Sixteen subI do not use a typewriter at present. food and forage plants, flowers, ornamental shrubs and Vines, shade marine bases, divided between the am using a typewriter and would like to learn about your offer to exchange it for a new one. and timber trees. The previous ex- Atlantic and Pacific, are among propeditions brought to America speci- jects In tho naval preparedness proStanford testified mens of many and dry- gram, .Admiral land grains, sorghums, soy beans, al- Friday before tho House naval comfalfas and forage plants and also cer- mittee. Ho said the department alState- plants, such as the ready has made plans for a submartain To the L. C. Smith & Bros, Typewriter Co. bamboo, which are now under ex- ine base at Pearl Harbor. The first ' 414 Main "Street perimentation to determine their use Atlantic base is to 'be at New London, Conn. Sites for others have not fulness for the extreme South. CINCINNATI, OHIO. Of many specimens forwarded to been selected. . The sixteen bases will cost this country during the last expediand $12,00,000 and when tion, tho specialists regard as most significant tho Jujube, a fruit new to completed the submarine supply this country, which may be suitable ships will be abandoned. Admiral Stanford also said the a wild for use in the peach resistant to alkali, cold and government Is justified In spending drouth, the root system of which of- -. $7,800,000 for oil tank stations and fers great possibilities as a grafting pumping lines for naval purposes, as host; certain Chinese persimmons planned by the navy general board. AND YOUR larger than any hitherto known In A system of underground storage For Anything You May Need in this country; a number of acquatic tanks is planned. Claims of New Orleans and Mofood roots and vegetables which offer promising possibilities for the bile for location of a southern naval utilization of swamp land; some thir- base and dry dock were presented to ty verities of vegetable and timber the committee. DOORS, COLUMNS, MILLWORK After three weeks of testimony bamboos, and a number of Chinese examination I Stanford's For Our Loivest Prices. roses, Admiral vegetables, bush and climber was concluded Friday. In past years shrubs and trees. Tho first or experimental explora- his testimony has not extended over FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY tion for new plants In China in 1905 two days. Incorporated t was undertaken by the department JokeWIlBon.Mgr. Coughs and Colds are Dengerous. FORDSVILLE, KY. because tho wide range of climate, Few of us realize the danger of rainfall, elevation and soil conditions Coughs and Colds. We consider in that immense country gavo promthem common nd harmless aliments. ise that the Chinese, who had been every third farming successfully In some sec However statistics tell us Danperson dies of lung ailment. tions for about 4,000 years, might gerous' Dronchlal rx i j f ii ir and Lung disease have found solutions for special diffyour follow a neglected cold. As iculties which, confronted American body struggles against cold germs, farmers In regions of excessive cold, no better aid can to had than Dr. or drouth, or alkaline or swampy King's Now Discovery. Its merit B soils. by old and young, j ed Tho investigation quickly found has In use over 45 years. Get a bottle ; I Will .help parents develop their sons into that China also offered a particularAvoid the risk of serious ly fertile field for plant Introduction the best type of citizens and 'Christian 1 Lung ailments. Druggists. Work because for many centuries the gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat-- 5 Chinese farmers, in a crude way, Coals of Fire. selecting seeds and develophad been "I believe in returning good for tered and comes from the best homes in ing Improved varitles now ready for evil." ' the South. Its capacity is limited, there- commercial use in tho United States. "So do I. That is why, when my In many cases all that Is needed Is husband refused to buy a parlor rug fore, reservations should be made early. to bring tho seed or plant to this when wo fixed up the house, I am country Tind use It, although In other going to give him one now for a Place your son in this select gioup of cases, Inasmuch os Chinese methods Christmas present." v boys. Write rarely produce pure strains, some South-west. usually It comes qulto unexpectedly. Typewriter Gives Business Standing The L. Typewriter M " i Man-churl- an oi 3,-0- OI J cold-resista- nt semi-tropic- al ' $10,-000,0- 00 South-wes- t; I ! BE SURE MAIL US LIST SAsh, LUMBER o T avaiiiieiDiii iraiDiDgaciiooi -- S ir lorDoysa ELKTON, KY. been-test- to-da- y. g J ''.,,,. :r.. . further seed orplant selection is necessary to obtain constant varieties. To lovers of flowers the "hew Chinese rose known as tho rosa xanthlna should be of special interest, particularly in view of the fact that there is at present a great delhand for yellow roses. This bush has small, light yellow flowers, but its great quality Is Its hardiness, which will enable It to flourish in the North even as far as Canada. The chief promise of this rose, however, lies In the fact that it will in all probability lead to the production of new hardy types of yellow roses adapted to "cultivation in Kentucky and other "garden" States. It may produce varieties which will not drop their leaves like Persian yellow roses do and yield varieties with larger and more showy flowers. In addition the explorers found a number of new ramblers, which, it locally successful, will, It is said, meet a demand for a climbing rose with a flower differing In shado from the crimson and pink flowers of tho well-know- How Longlegs the Heron Learned 'Patience. Whenever la the spring or summer Peter Rabbit visited tho Smiling Pool or the Laughing Drook, he was pretty sure to somewhere run across Longlegs the Heron. The first time Peter saw him he thought that never In his life had he seen such a homely fellow. 'Long-leg- s was standing with his feet In the water and his head drawn back on his shoulders so that be didn't seem to have any neck at all. Peter sat and stared at him most impolitely. For the life of him he couldn't help - r ! MflTHENEYct BATTS n ram- bler varietltes. Notice. The farmers of Ohio County aro called to meet .at the Court house In Hartford, February 12th, at 10 o'clock for tho purposo of renewing tlio A, 3. of E. and forming the FarInsurance, also mers' to make arrangements for poultry pool. All farmers are urged to attend. Any one wishing to Blgn one of the petitions referred to In tho minutes of tho meeting held here, Jan. 27th will find one in the hands which Peter bad seen sticking forth from between those humped shoulders, darted out and down into the water like a flash. Behind it was the longest neck that Peter had ever seen! Longlegs was gulping down a little fish he had just caught, and when at last it was down, he stretch-hi- s It. neck up very straight, .while he "He's all legs," thought Peter. looked this way and that way. "I "Old Mother Nature must have been thought he was all legs, but instead In a hurry when she made him, and forgot to give him a neck. I wonder of that he's all neck!" muttered Peter. Thornton Burgess, in The why ho doesn't move?" Dut Longlegs "didn't move. Peter Green Meadow Club, From The' Peostared as long as his patience held ple's Home Journal. out. Then he. gave up and went on to see what else he could find. Dut sportly Peter was back again at WILL YOU the placo where he had seen Long-leg- s. TAKE OUR Ke didn't really expect to find htm there, but he did. So far as Peter could see, Longlegs hadn't moved. "Must be asleep, thought Peter, and A Treilswt after watching for a few minutes, (Or WEAK went away again. Halt an hour later, Thero sssssssssssssssssk liskr . Peter was back once LUN6S or stood" Longlegs Just as before. "Now CONSUMPTION muttered I know ho is asleep," IL.U S For catalogue and information. Box A. S & 0.ETAYL0R.CE Beaver Dam., ,Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. DR. 0. E. HART VETERINARY SURGEON BEAVER DAM, KY. Ofllce jZU-- James Taylor's Livery Bars. fftSf GERMINAL REMEDY vx Hkw,' urnirtii Electric Succeed when everything eljs falls. In nervous proatiatloa ana female weakneecea they are the rapretaa remedy, as thousands have ttttifled. B ltters medicine ever tho over a dtoggiaiV couwur. Peter. No sooner were Cheep end big canBaklngPo wders do not a v you ony. Celumstdoee It'sPure aad hx eaperior to sour milk and eode. Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR CASJTLORIA A quick fellel for that tired, run down eello j. his mouth than something happened, cough,, pslol in cheit. night iwsaJs. heinoi. something so sudden and surprising thaget, weak lung, or coniumpllon, 11.11 you It cssls yo soUlo. that Peter lost his balance and near- not ksla nn lock box eie" The long bill, aiiia MCUIUAL UUi coLUMBUG.o, ly fell over backward. UniU the words out of FOR ONE MONTH it is FOR KIDNEY, LI VI AND STOMACH TftOUBLK bt y -- Xv at.". MeaNsssM u 4 yfc v. "" i. J " t . 4 K J 1 w . w - ""nj - -- te Hartford Republican. Katsrad according to law at'taa PpstofBca artfort. Ky., aa mH natUr ot th second Internal, hlms;l tohavptwo terms?' Democratic newspapeM. say wo. will know soon. We should know now, 'for tho earned that It Is best for "UNCLE HIT ALLEN ., . ijss. MTTT7Sr!pl!a SL fUPfSEATED BY HOUSE J ' ing tour ns being", a part oj the little' Tr 1io'' PrAalrlnnt J MOUNTAINEER JL... .f .n1lt REPUBLICAN Editor ALLISON J. BARNETT suspicion &$01tCEn TO GIVE WAY TJ BAIINETT, Associate Editor would eraso thisu ESTILL ?W DEMOCRAT. . nou'nclng a refusal to again bo a by-j- Artforlcan people., suspect thb"Bpeak- - '' t , Address nil communications The Hartford Republican. to help army. flll-vino- , could (hen more wllllngfy milk bottle for our baby it By vote of Mr,, Wilson says tho tlmo may come fifty-seve- n NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS to thirty-eigh- t, tho House Sobserllra desiring tbs papsreentto a new when ho 'will no longer bo able to today voted to unseat "Unclq Bill1' old address In making the keep the country out of war and ddrass must (Tire the Allen, Republican of, Clinton and raqneat. maintain Its honor. If the situation Wayne counties, in favor of S., C. Boslness Locale and Notices 10 per line and Je is so grave why'should the President Dohhs, Democrat. par line lor encli additional lnrtlon. Democrats who country be out on voted Obituaries, Resolutions and Card of Thinks.Bc of tho'oridangered for. 'Undo Bill were Represenpar line monej In ndrnnce. a speaking iqur when his presence Charch Notice for serrlces free, bat other nust- - be needed at his place at tho tative F.'C. Greene, Carroll county; 8c per line. L. B. Hamilton, Franklin county, adrertlseuients, anonymous comrannlcntlona will receive no head of tho nation? Why should tho and W, B. Harvey, Webster county. Pfes!d6ntt Just before the presidenttentlon White "Undo Bill" sat Intently tial election, suddenly realize that listening, cupping first one car and there Is danger'of war and that a 3 preparedness program should be put then tho,' other in an effort to catch Gum.borlGm A h.,.i..h.-.i..1- 2 evey word that was said, Democrats CO 3rvrmwxu' wwtu.J.... into offect, leave his oulclal duties" and Republicans argued for and .and appear before the people to, against the report of the House Con FRIDAY, FEBRUARY seems to us that the warn them. It test Committee, recommending ila answer Is the buzz of the presiden- unseating in favor of Dobbs. The rehope riot. Wo would like port tial bee. We For President 191C wns.'takcn up as a special order to.pull for ft roan too big tojay aside! 'of buslhess at 10:30 o'clock this CHARLES W. 'FAIRBANKS his duties to his people for anything morningT wltb Meriwether Smith, of iV of Indiana. political. itjii. Harrodsburg, in the. chair. Glover Cary, of McLean county, as The "Made J.n Germany" label on .NOT COST OF LIVING, preparedness proBUT THE REVENUE chairman of the Contest. Committee, President Wilson's explatned how the members of the, gram will never wear off, Speaking to the membora of tho committee, except Thomas Spurrier, tr United Republican Club of Brooklyn, Republican, of Grayson county, arIt is said that President Wilson former Congressman William M. Cal-d- rived at, the conclusion they did. Ho will not mix salt and water for fear predicted tho election of a Pro said that every bit of the testimony of forming Bryan on his system. tectionist President and Congress atj "introduced tended to take votes from a as report- "Uncle.'vB!ll" and that when all tho If President' Wilson and Mr. Bryan next November election, ed in the' Brooklyn Times of Jan- proof had been heard and weighed were set adrift at sea in a small skiff ma- -. said: that with only two oars, who Woodrow? uary 8, Mr. Calderminority President the committee decided Allen the In tho Jorlty of Dobbs over It was really a Congress that was se- race for Representative from the When a man laughs long and loud legislative district was telling a Joke he's not laugh- lected in 1912. President Wilson Thirty-Sixt- h after ing at his own wit. It's tho remem-beranc- o and his Congress and all the candl-- J SJ1L Tartar's Impassioned Plea. of the other fellow telling it dates and others wno spoKo on me platforms for the Democrats In that R. C. Tartar, Republican, ot Puto him. campaign promised the voters that laski county, made a strong plea in With the present high price of eggs It tho Democrats were elected they behairof "Uncle Bill." He called attho chicken law recently enacted by would brlngltabout reforms for the tention to the difficulties encounterthe Hartford City Council shouldn't benefit of thecommon people and ed by the mountain preacher in makworry anyone. If your hen Is fined wouu reduce the cost of living, In ing his race, due to the fact that bis for running at large Just let ner lay 0ther 'words; V certificate of nomination did not So they "started in by fixing up a reach the Secretary ot State in time It out. Tariff form .measure'. I remember his name to be printed on the ballot, . . If there is anything that gets our th dlacussions 0 the As a result he said, It was necessary goat it's to have someone throw tho floor of HoUfle of Representatives, for those who desired to vote for yays of a flashlight in our face for I pointed out that tho various Items "Uncle Bill" to write bis name on the mere curlouslty of seeing who It In that measure would not bring their ballots, and many of those supIs. No, Adolphus, not that we care about a reduction In the cost of liv- porting him were unable to read, or for being seen. ing at all, but would merely serve write. Some of these, he said, to reduce the country's revenue with- scrawled the name of "Undo Bill" If a fountain pen as a gift will , people. as- - best they coul on their ballots, out benefiting-th' entice a boy to Improve his penmanTake' the- qdestlon of lumber, for without regard to the proper place ship what will cause him to love The dtuy on lumber was on the ballot, accounting for the fact Pioneer Instance. 1,00 'feet. the multiplication table? I know lumber that the name-o- f 'Uncle Bill appear$2 per News. use, much of, it In ,my building ed under practically every, dqvjce". , -- , Just keep glvlngjhlnr 'onntoln . . .... The intention of the voter was plain-pens until, he has nine times nine. uuoaucBo. ". "6S" cost of lumber however, Mr. Tartar said, and Ihe the t go down at all. We got wishes of the majority of the votes We have added a Farm Department would,.-nostlli get much of our lumber of Clinton and Wayne counties should an Tho ttpnnhllenn and hereafter and Canada, and I declared that the not be Ignored. farmers in good standing with thelr.--froon subscription will be allowed to ad- -. Canadians would simply, keep up the . During the taking of the vote by want-a- d col- - Price and pu that ,$2 inlo their the minority report submitted vertise in the farmers' hap-ad- d Representative Spurrier, Frank'C. ;umn without charge. We expect to pockets. Well, that Is Just what Pened and lumber is silll going up Greene, in explaining his vote for it, features to this department from said he had been reliably informed imo tn timo until the, arrival of this In cost here. Mr. Calder Instanced sugar and that a certain Republican Senator votby our paper wil be looked forward to county yes farmer readers, See announcement wo1 as other examples of Democrat ed for the partition of Pike ic Tariff fallacies and pointed out terday, the mountain preacher would on page 6. that to make up for the loss of rev- - not have been ousted; notwithstandof Louis D. enue the Democrats voted an income ing the nature ot the majority reTho appointment JJrandels to the Supreme Court to tax, 518,000,000 of the $41,000,000 port of the Contest Committee. Ho from New York said further that the report recomsucceed the late Justice Lamar is a received coming mending the unseating of 'Uncle Bill pleceof political strategy on the part State. It Just so Tho Domocrats are always saying was based upon technicalities' and tho Administration. of happens that Drandeis is a Jew. It they believe In a "Tariff for revenue asserted that had "Unclp Bill's" name Just so happens that there is a nation- only," but they" never seem able to been printed on the ballot ho would We Re- have been elected easily, the legislawide sympathy for the Jews at the draw up such a measure. present time because of their pitiful publicans on tho other hand", can tive" district composed of Clinton and plight In tho war zone In Europe. and have given Tariff bills" which Wayne counties being overwhelmingly Republican. This sympathy is permitted to reach brought in the, revenue. Had it not been for tho outbreak Its height in the United States and Notice. "physiological"' moment of tho European war this country right at the To vhom It may concern; would' )iave ., rushed right - fnio the announcement comes that Dexter & Baker, forThe flrm--ot 'toward, which she was beading. to the Supreme Bench. Js appointed There Is some talk of the Senate not But the war came and this brought merly doing a business In the town ratifying the appointment. But this about a tremendous productiveness of Beaver Dam, Ky. was, by mutual makes no difference to the President. In food supplies, in munitions of war agreement, dissolved on the 28th His trump card Is played. If the and in other things demanded'by the' day'of May, 1916. On said date F..O. Senate falls to ratify he can say he Is forces at war.. Wo have shown a pro- Baker sold bis entire Interest in said sorry and appoint another, and we ductiveness which, hasjslmply amazed partnership business to: Otho Dexter, the said Dexter assuming tbo payV, believe 'he would rather welcome the everyone. against .productive- ment ot all indebtedness opportunity. But all this wonderful ness Is simply a false prosperity said partnership and all notes and IS THE PRESIDENT IN EARNEST? which will cease when the war. ends. accounts due said firm should be Assertions being made dally Jn the After the war Is over tho countries paid to Mr. Dexter. F. O. BAKER., speeches by Mr. Wilson cause us to which have been fighting will has- 30t4 wonder, and sometimes we. believe ten to rehabilitate themselves and Board ot Supervisors. that he would have dealt more se- and will Immediately rival our The Ohio County Board of Superverely with certain European powers 'goods with their own products of had he had a larger army and navy cheap labor. So as by the time tho visors having completed their work, behind him. In fact the President war Is over wo will have h.ad' our adjourned last Friday. The total leaves this impression general when next Presidential election, I believe raise on real estate amount$289,860.00 be asks the people to prepare In or- it Is up to the- voters to havo a Pres- ed to 14,100.00 leaders have tho con- ident and a Congress which will Towu lots der that their 16.470.00 fidence Inspired by a largo army and draw up the sort of Tariff measure Mixed personal navy. Now it this be true; if Mr. which will Protect us against tho in...$320,430,0.0 Total raise Wilson has known all along that wo vasion of foreign-mad- e goods. A Tbo total assessed valno chance in a conflict with a -- e stood ue of all property as foreign country, what is tho "watchRegistered at The Commercial. following have registered at returned by tho Asses waiting policy?" t ful The 4,659,316.,004 sor We readily admit that wo don't the Commercial Hotel since our last understand the President's sneech- - issue: $4,979,746,90 Grand total making tour. Wo see why he would G. S. Taylor, Ctncinattl; Wm. Cum- 9.943.60 Polls,6,629, $1.50 each rant tho country prepared. We don't mins, St. Louis; L. H. Autry, 1,816.00 why he did. not want a vlllo; Chas. Clyue, Harry Qormand Number ot dogs 1,816 Company; army and a greater navy four- - and wife, Qormand-For- d larger teen months ago when tho prospect E. L. Boyd, Kockport, Ind; Chas. Grand total asses u $4,991,604.60 ment of war seemed Just as grave. He ex- - Cravens, Louisville; B. F. Huffman, Number of children between the plains by saying he wouldn't think ( Rockport, Ind; Genu Scoinohone, much of himself did ho not learn Rockport, Ind; A. T. Tate, Evans- - ages of 0 and 20 years, school age, something in fourteen months. More vlllo; W. A. Myers, Chicago; Oscar 6.796. County Clerk W. C, Blankenshlp than fourteen months ago Mr. Wil- B. Payne, Evansvllle; B. F. Myers, sent tho recapitulated sheet to the son pledged himself not to run tor a Lebanon, Ky.; J. E, Morton. State yesterday.- - second term. Has be also during that - Frankfort, Ky., Feb. filililk imwSfiSfcS fits vour teste! Prince Albert A Meeto tho fondest wishes of any man who likes to smoke because it has the right flavor "and aroma and coolness,. It's the mostcheset;-- ? fill tobacco you ever did pack in a jimmy pipo CTr-TMf'- J. kef ItOkt 1 WIACCO CO. SgSL or rou into a cigarette. And it's so good you just feel you never can get enoughThe andp&rchl pat-ent- ed -- fixes TXiiarsoirxs. v W' Ml lltfi i . Mm Listen: to clienca tha tbM color of nnialabla brands lo Imtt.l- - the Prince Albert My red tin, bat it It lmpoi$ikU to Imiote Ida flaior of Prince Albert tobacco I The patented procota protects that I cut's ouibito thatncf process Ill and When you fire up your first smoke you'll decide that you never did taste tobacco that hits your fancy like PRINCE the national joy smoke For it exceeds in goodness and satisfaction the kindest word we ever printed about itl Men, we tell you this tobacco will be a revelation to you. So, take this information at 100, get out the old jimmy pipe from its hiding place or locate the rnakfn's papxs er Albert lAof f v n and,-minorlt- y i, iiil .B II n IliPflMIH HtHlBpfflli 1 ii andfoll'tol I 1 i I 1 JttnanJ. It can b tOUht oM O0t th MtaUt and all ooer thm worldl toppy red baf, Set tidy rid tin fiomidon ana tltmt tine, lues handtome pound and top that humidor with fine pound cryttal-giat- e keepm the tobacco in each excellent trim, Winrtoi5aln, N. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, fV Prtnrm Alhmrt Sm in tmSttmrmttl half-poan- Your viithf wil! bm gratified at tha ntcmtt $torm d iponge-moUten- er fU tohacce, , 1 C ... e iiJaal .- the-panlc -- - Louis-understa- was seated Just across the tabic from FROM THE COLUMNS OF OUR KY. EXCHANGES his wife. Between them "were two piles of bills thoyhad Justflnlshcd counting. Thejf had checked each Not Pennies. Thieves broke Into a skunk farm other up and now tho husband dropnear Louisville and stole 100 skunks. ped tho bills under bis hand upon We don't know the value of a live the pile. ho said, "Yes," "there's Just skunk, but one is probably Worth hundred and .forty-thre- e several scents. Leltchfleid Gazette. eighteen dollars. If I can get that three, hunwe shall dred from Tompkins Hard to Decide. With some women frantically de- have enough to wipe out the mortmanding the vote, and other women gage and a trifle over. Well, It will vociferously and contemptuously de- seem good to have cleaned up. What nouncing It, bow in tarnation Is a makes your hands tremble so?" he mere "It" of a man to decide without chaffed, "been handling too much sinking in either the mud or the money7" mire? Larue County Herald. "No, not that," answered she, uneasily, 'that is, not the handling; but I I wish the money was safe in Do It Up Good. Those gentlemen, of. the General the bank. Ever since " "That Bingham robbery," finished Assembly who were Just itching to vote against a newspaper exchanging her husband, with a grin; "you see, advertising space for transportation I knew what was coming. Now that should now get busy and attempt to Bingham robbery occurred some days put over a bill prohibiting farmers ago, and It Isn't likely that tho robfrom exchanging butter and eggs for bers would bo hanging around here sugar and coffee. Todd County yet. They got over fifteen thousand dollars and they're probably having Times. a good tlmo somewhere now." "They haven't caught them." Running Smoothly at Central. "I know It." There Is no ill feeling between tho "And they haven't a clue they operators and coal miners In this discloser to- haven't the slightest Idea who they trict. Never were.-thegether or readier to help ono' an- were or what they looked like.'1 "Yes, that's true.." other. The miners and operators "Then why can't they hang around thoroughly understand conditions and there Is no disposition on the this part of the country as well aB part of either to ask or do anything any other?" she asked.triumphantly. "Why should they stay? There's a out of the ordinary. When the wage scale is up, of course, each side tries thousand dollars reward out for tho to get the best of it, but this Is only capture of anyone of- them; everya matter of business. Central .City body, la looking out." "But tbey don't know who they Argus. are looking for." Odd Fellows DolHgiGood. "You aro getting nervous." ".Mnybo I am. The Kentucky Odd Fellows have But I Just can't " Her face went taken charge of Emminence college help thinking and' the thirty acres ot land sur suddenly white and she started to rounding It at Emminence, Ky., and her feet. It will be fitted for a borne for. aged "What's tho matter?" cried Gale, and Indigent Odd Fellows" and their springing up and rushing to her wives and widows and Rcbekabs. side. This organization bas long been In But she stood trembling, with ono high ropute for Its many charities, band pressed to her forehead, star and this last step is a crowning glory ing with widely dilated eyes at the-for the order of the threo links. window. She could not speak. Here In Owensboro the membership "What's the matter? repeated is large and, besides erecting the Gale. She collected herself with an evifirst real business block In the city, has done much real charity work dent effort. "It's It must be my imagination and modestly. Owensboro Messenmy I'm very nervous, I think ger. I muBt Asleep For Ten Years. "But what is it?" Tho Aberdeen, O., man who Is "There!" Bhe whispered, faintly, distressed because his daughter has pointing, "right there! at the win-doI saw or, I thought I saw been asleep .for three weeks should not give up hope. There are some against the blackness the white face of a man!" From The People's alleged business men in Cynthlana who have bcon asleep for' ten years, Home Journal. but we yet havo hope of awakening r. them to tho benefits ot advertisMaude Muller. ing. Cynthlona Democrat. Maude Muller on a summer day, , Watched the hired man rake hay; She laughed and chortled in her glee, His Master Stroke. ot the late winter When up bis pants leg crawled a bee. . At five o'clock morning It was still dark, but the Later the hired man laughed in turn, Gale's bad already breakfasted, and When a big grasshopper crawled up bern. William Gale, dressed for the road, to-da- y, - FOURTH CLASS POSTMASTER: EXAMINATION AT DUNDEE Tho United Stato. Civil Service Commission announces that on tho date named abovo an examination will bo held at Owensboro, Ky., as a result ot which it Is expected to make certification to fill a contemplated vacancy in tho position of fourth class postmaster at Dundee and other vacancies as ther may occur at that omcc, unless It shall be? decided In the cntcrcsls of the service to fill tho vacancy by reinstatement. The compensation ot the postmaster at this ofllco was $277 toe tho last fiscal year. Age limit, 21 years and over on tho date of the examination, witb the exception that in a stato where women aro declared by statute to bo ot full ago for all purposes' at IS years, women 18 years of ago on the dato of tho examination will bo. ad- mitted. Applicants must reside within tho" territory supplied by the post ofllco for which the examination Is an-,- -, ": nounccd. Tho examination Is open to all citizens of tho United 8tates who can comply with tho requirements. Application forms and full information concerning tho requirements x of tho examination can bo secured T1 from tho postmaster at Dundee, or SW from tho U. S. Civil Service Com- -. -" mission, Washington, D. C. Applications should bo properly ex- ecuted and filed with the Commission at Washington at least 7 days ' beforo tho dato of tho examination. ' otherwise It may bo impracticable to examine the applicants. U. S. Civil Service Commission. sat ' - OANEYVILLE MAN MAY ; RUN FOR CONGRESS Tho Lexington Leader under tho heading, 'Sidelights on the General Assembly," has tho following to say about Hon. Tom Spurrier, representing our neighbor county, Grayson: Ono ot the best informed men' on the Republican stde. ot the House is Tbomas Spurrier, ot Grayson counr ty. Mr. Spurrier -- has' shown considerable aptitude for legislative work and bis friends aro urging him to onter the Fourth district Congressional raco next fall as the Republican candidate against Ben Johnson, expecting tho Fourth district returns in this year's election to materially Btrenghen his chances for success. '. ' be" w - Naughty Wlati. V 'I notice you haven't quite gotjyour sea legs yet, madam." "Htf. "Well, you wouldn't notice ltilf wasn't for the wind." n. - Jt f 4 The Proper Kind. 'How do you suppose the French nnd Germans aro taking craters from each other?" "I should think by means of volcanic attacks." ' w tUi y Aj, fy - m Ar You -- fv Intrfi? "ft Af told y6u we are selling gold dollars-foWo fl fty t If r ce n t9, we" are sure ydtf would turn your attention to us. Well, jvo are not doing this," but- to makedi' long story, short, let'us toll yoa'tHe truth of the matter. A niild-winte- r mMwrwmii tSWKaisiiilBBk has left "us tod many Overcoats Wo' need the CASH.and poMibly'you'fnj&y'need 0 the overcoat, so at the , . price we quote you be- - low, it is 'like buying gold .dollars at fifty cents; " "'' V '? nt otylo" Clothes i $Young Men's Balmoran Overcoats sold for $15, now.,.. Young Men's Balmoran Orercoats sold for f 12.C0,, now. .Box Ovcrcoatsr former price $12.50, now.. Men's .4 Overcoats, sold for $10.00, now. ?fen's O.Vercoats, sold for $8.50, now Men's DoyV.dvjBrcoats, age 9 to 16, sold for $4.00, now BcwlTVcrcoats, same, sold for $3.G0, now ch 52-In52,-ln- ' r.910.40' .t$H.05 8.03 ,..$6.05 $3.05 :93.19 $2.08 call. Many other lines we are closing' forget this, and rtmerol ef that IT PAYS. out. Don't TO TRAT)E WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU ,,. . .MONEY. If Interested, 7&i&Gq - Hartfoqd, Republican. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4. Mr. Orln Wallace,, of Central City, was at the bedside ot JiU mother, Mrs. a- T. Barnett the first of the week.- , , t, yh H. R, R. TIME TABLE. No. 113 due at Ellmltch 8:32 p.m. No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. m. 3:40 No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch m. 5:36 Ar. Irvlngton m. 6:56 Lt. Irvlngton m. 7:40 vAr. Louisville & ST. L. Mr. John Lln'dley, of; Llvermore, nan iud 6"". vi ju w. a. I and wife from Saturday until Monday. I Miss Ruth Tlchenor, WhVhas been the guest of Mjss Gdylo Tlchenor, has returned to her home near .... Mr. .and Mrs.. Ike Sanderfur and Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 ."".10:40 a.m. daughter, Martha, wero the guests Lt. Irvlngton 1:04 p m. of relatives at Beaver Dam first ot "; Ar. Ellmltch tho week, . .We will bo especially prepared to M., BY & E. R, R. TIME TABLE. take care ot all who desire n good South Bound, No. 115 m. healthy meal during .court. Potty's 8:46 "Ono at. Hartford Restaurant. North Bound. No. 114 5:55 p. m Due at Hartford Bananas rapidly imappcarlhg at (Both "Mixed Trains.) Petty's nestaurant for 15c per dozen. A good lino ot Wlncsnpp Apples Barnard, ot Louisville, and Lemons.. Mr. I. P. j M!ssMa?yMark8, after spending was In town first of xo week. with her parents here, For anythlngin""theGrocery line the week-en- d . call returned to her school at Bowling. the Oreen Front. Grocery., -For bitt bargains in 'Real Estate Green Monday. County Farm Demonstrator' W. W. see Holbrook ft Parks. Hartford, . ?W Browder left Sunday for Lexington jCy. meeting' of cqun-qul- te Mrs'. 8. T. Barnett, who has been to attend the State ty farm agents. He will be absent 111 ot pneumonia, is now out about two weekg- of danger. Mrs. Delmar Stewart. sony and Mr. and Mrs., Chester Leach have a visit to relatives in mother, Mrs. Tiirord, of Hartford returned from wno had beea Pend,n a few days Beave'f"Dam No. Ill Lt. Louisville .. 8:36 m. a. m. ' ... 1, 1 ""p" you come oui1 rA-- court from Louisville where he was the ' When, guest.of bis son,1 J house next week with that tired and ; . ... MlSBMarguerue,iay,or.9- hun r,ght 0JK ,eeUng Jugt k Dam, was the guest ot Mr. and Mrs.'fdown Maia street until jou smell Will Riley .Suaday, J?,?K fe0" ieT. 'tnat de,,,0.u n,i . n.uia MoDnon. nf at "". -,. an extendedWiP"l well cooked meal, ,n PeUyV uestau- an'd gJre yo$r lahoma, is making then drop .J to her .cousin. Miss LuclUPlrtle. or(ier ot" Dawson.( Mr Q ETxayTorru,' srpost-offlc- o EldT WTTBTVVright,Springs, was the geust ot his daught- - mBpcctor waa m Hartford' a day. or er, Mrs. C. E. Smith, thlseek. two last week. He passed Ppstmas- Logan entertained ter Martinis work up as entirely cor- Miss Florence the Social Club at her home on rect, accounts tallying" to V copper, Union. street Wednesday afternoon. )ana gaia Hartford has one of the - Mr. Vernon Llgon has returned best appointed and. neatest arranged in. the State outside the to his work here after an attack ot in Hender- - cities. "appendicitis at bis home . ' - vlslt,,. - .CSi Doctors clothing, silverware, '. E. W. FORD, parts, two autoa, automobile .. ! A..B. RILEY, food ot all kinds and several thous V B, F. TICHENOR. " and bottles ot wine. J, W. TAYLOR, Near the entrance ot the cave the Mr. J. H. Thomas, of Narrows, bob. , L. B. BEAN, day and ac. robbers, had set a trap for unwel-- Mr. and" Mrs. Jfc. M. Woodward are was in towa the other us with J. R.. PIRTLE, come visitors. This trap consisted the parents of, a fine boy bora at the cepted an Invitation to favpr B. B. PENDLETON, 500 pounds, of a. stone' weighing Infirmary in Louisville Sun- - some ot his fasaous.'paragraphs in Norton " mm which would be dropped in a second the near future. Mr. Thomas gained day - ;. Noj That Sort. Kentucky person trying to enter. on any from promlnenee in all parts of We have received a letter Helen; Do "you, love me, dear! ' i Much of the plunder ia the cave his writings in tha Kentucky is of Washington, D.'.by Mr Jack. Dearly, sweetheart. " consisted ot military articles, like n4 we promise you something frames earefully fitted, and. guaran enclosing up by Heleh. Would y'oH die for meT "jft Fraakfert, Jan. 29. The misery uniforms, cartridges and engineers' teed at saving prises,. for some warm of interest fro him, soon. my pet. Mine is, aa Jack, ' caused: by, the vwar has led to much tools. prove, that the This seems to anerm k.sowb orougai overseBie. "' J. B. TAPPAN, i" Tae Republican vtf-jlbtseUU , isrobbers also piled their trade. on( the inglbve. . .vim 3.H3 ' the actual Jeweler.r Jw1WMHJM4 I The Old mi t.1. uiMMW ! ially brlo-a-bra- c, post-offices , 18-siz- e, F.-Ca- W.E yeafs'&Idr They; were found lira desk .that' has .not .been. In use. for ,that lErEATS CHARGES length of time. Unfortunately 'eggs, 1 MOAINST GOVERNOR unllko Kentucky's" famous product, do not Increase In value with the "' , passing of time and we hajficUgided to uso them as a mcans'of ''lprepare$ iHEP; nRRISNK H VH HT.tMI.CV ness." HELD SENATORS PRISON- company ls , ." The Gormand-For- d E1W 4 S OFFICE. ! presenting a "series of plays nT Pr. Bean's Opera Hoiise this week and, exceptionally good acting has been Ky., Feb. 1. Tho Frankfort seen Jrt each by fairly good crowds. House' cenyened at 10 o'clock this Every mcnibcroMhts troup Is a hard morning and a lively scene occurworker and" 'they always, do their red when Rep. Greene again chargbest t'o pjcaao the 'audiences. "Lena ed' Gov.t Stanley with contributing to Rivers'" was presented Monday; Mg'hl .the defeat of the State-wid- e bill. as tholr opening number, fdllowed H Harvey started a wrangle when, by "Tempest and 'Sdnshlnc" Tuesday, rising to a question of personal pri night, "The Mfssourl Girl" Wednes- vilege,' tho read an nrtlcle published day and "Tho Shadow of the Cross' In thQ$LoulsVlllC Times which, he last night. Each of these performan- contended, reflected on the memces his pleased local playgoers and bers of tho Houso. Speaker Duffy they should play to crowded houses, sought to stop him, whereupon ,bn the last two nights of- their en- -. ,GrecneJumped Into the fight In Har gagement, tonight and tomorrow vey's behalf, sharp tilt occurnight. One, 'may attend the perform- red "between anda Greene, Harvey and ances of ttils company with the as- Speaker Duffy. The argument became a clean show. surance intense and Speaker Duffy, his face flaming, declared both' out of order Your Chaaco To Hay Groceries. Other businessMnterests requiring and demanded that they take their my attention, I am offering my en- Beats. Representative Greene pressed his tire .stock ot groceries to the public ribw. in full clalni to the privilege of an explanaat actual cost. Sale .Wing and If yoir fall, to drop In and tion, 'and,, as ho said, defending the malicious slander pub- taro .advantage or. mis opportunity ydi(ara punishing your pocket book. llshe'djby the reporter, went after 'Gov. Stanley and declared he could t?VAvftlne. crnnaf friri mail' "proyethat tho Governor on yester-U- a, U. S. CARSON sent for a representative and - Ky: Hartford, took him to task for 'supporting the motion to force the Greene liquor TO HAVE PIKE'BETIVEEN! I HARTFORD AND MORGANTOWN blils (rom the Alcoholic Committee., Shouting at'the top. of hlsvoIce, ho j Mr. V. P. Llgou, civil engineer, declared tt was rumored the GoverBeat nor; last week held several Senators began toork on the Inter-coiinsurvey of the plko proposed between prisoners In his office' In an attempt Hartford and Morgantown, .Monday to make them stultify themselves to morning. This surveywljl extend to satisfy his desire for certain legisla Borah's Ferry on GrentyejrOhlo tion. ' Prison Reform, 'mr , couiily's part ofthe road.'.OJiito.coun - . ty has appropriated $10,000' for the The measure of W.' M. Duffy, probuilding ot this highway and' the viding for working convicts on roads State will add another $10,000. But- and fbrldg'es, In quarries and on the to con Committee of State Prisons and ler county will bulldw'a-rp'a- d nect with the Ohio county pike at the Houses of Reform with an amendno river and we will the'n have a good ment which provides in part-tha- t road from Hartford tb Morgantown. prisoner- convicted of rape, arson or ThIs well be especially beneficial- - detaining 'k woman shall be worked for thoso people living between outside the prison' walls nor shall a Green River and. Deavcn Dam, as it prisoner convicted of murder be employed on the roads or farm until he affords an outlet to tho railroad. shall have served five years inside ia TAX NOTICE. the prison. The bill increases the Notice Is hereby given that Taxes power, of the State Road Commis for the year 1916, are now due to sioner and makes specific, provision the City ot Hartford. Those desiring for appointment of the State Aid to escape payment of penalties should Fund. pay at once, as the penalty goes on The same Committee reported favorably Duffy's bill authorizing juries all unpaid taxes on April 1st, 1016. HOOKER WILLIAMS, to fix the punishment In criminal v M. T. ot H. -0 cases ami llbw. ten .days each month .commutation of sentence for good ' ", Marriage License. . behavior, Vernon Reedy, Rockport, to Mar . Duffy's umeasure authorfzlng parJ garet Williams, Rockport. ; ,. roles in the discretion of the PrisC. D. Evans, Fprdsyille, to Ella on Board, when half of the. sentence Edge, Fordsvllle. has been served, or after eight years W. M. Rowe, McHenry, to Mary J. in cases of life prisoners, also was ' Taylor, McHenry. reported favorably. Alfred Wade, Hartford, Route 6, The bill prohibiting Interference to Eva Ralph, Fordsvllle, Route 2. with prisoners working outside the Henry F. Keeton, Balzetowh, to prison and fixing punishment for Rosa Cook, Balzetown. giving or, attempting to give them Hamilton Wooseley, Rumsey', Ky., liquor, opium, cocaine or other nar'" to Viola McCaslIn,. Narrows. cotics, also introduced, by Duffy, was to reported favorably by the same comRIgdon Butler, Valzctown, Itena Plummer, Balzetown. mittee. to Clarence Smith, Balzetown, No Net Fishing. Emma Embry, Neatus. Wilson's bill, prohibiting fishing Charles' McCaslIn, Flint Springs, except with hook and line, was reto Fannie Romans, Flint Springs. ported favorably by the Committee ; , Cash Sales For Frldayrandi Saturday, on Fish and Game. Dorman's bill, protecting game 4 and 5. February birds or game animals, and provid1 35o can Apricot, .Peaches or Pineapple, Glass-Label- . Sliced 25c ing for a shorter hunting season for .50c all birds and animals,, was reported 1' dozen Grape Fruit corn. Kraut. Hominy ana xoraa-- . h favorably by the same committee. The same comittee reported favortoes 8c .can ably Hutcheratt's bill to make nonbest Nutr. .85o EJvaporated Peaches. .15c resident' hunters' license $7.60, and re . . , , .9Se (regulating' the i Issuance and Shell. .. s. Nevy Beans. 75c turn of such license. ., ' ILER'S GROCERY. ADMINISTRATORS .NOTICE. . v - All persons having claims against THE DRILLS MAY SOON BE POUNDING AGAIN the estate" of :C. Mv Barnett deceased,, including' The HarttordrRepubUcan, Negotiations are under way for. are hereby notified to present-- , the the taking over ot the holdings of same to the undersigned; at their Building,. Hart'tfce West Kentucky Petroleum Com- -. Office In Republican ford, Ky., on or before March 20th., pany by a Pennsylvania Oil Co., and in case thodeal is put over the drills 1916, or they will be forever barred. Persons knowing themselves to be wlll;againbe pounding in Ohio county "this 'spring. It is the intention ot Indebted to the above named estate ,note" or, otherwise will please call tho Pennsylvania, company to operate j by present wells and sink several, and settle at once as we are desirious the more, if they get, possession ot the of settling this1 estate at the earliest possible date. property; W. S. TINSLEY, S. T. BARNETT, This' Never Happened ia. Ohio Administrators. County Before 1 adjusted AmerA For Sale. in a 20ryeir ica 120 arcea of land, 1 mile of Rockopen-fac- e Bcrew ease, worth $26.00, for only $16.00; In a Silveriae case, port, Ky., mines. 60 a'cres bottom, 18 acres, In wheat, 5 room house, 2 . $10.00. . 17r Jewel ajovement in 20 barns, big tobacco and stock barn. yr. O. for $12.75. This samo. Well watered, Coal, right under same. G. E. CASEBIER, movement in Sllverlne ease for only. 30t4' Rockport, Ky. It you ever aim to own a R. F. D, No. 1 $8.00. good Watch, don't, for your own FIVE. SOLD THIEVES , sake, let this pass. LOOT BATTLEFIELDS Also eyes tested an, glasses and - .. ... "g . ,' J ODD5 & ENDS "' PmcedLow WE HAVE MAN LITTLE "ODD-- AND END.S' WHICH" WE HAVE PILED otT AND PrVICEP LOW. WE WANT To (JET THEJE-THING-- S OUT OF ' blR. STORE TO M.AKE, ROOM FOR NE.W SPRING dOOD-S- . YOU KNOW WHEN WE CUT A PRICE, WE CUT IT FROM AN HoNE-ST- ' PRICE AL'READY MARKED LOW. .PILE.S OF THEJE THINd.S WHICH WE WILL NoW SELL YoU FoR THE LITTLE PRICE. l)T THEY WON'T LAJT LON6. BETTER CpM.E QUICK. BIG : hlm-selt'fro- m -- . - ty THERE ARE . . w -- , J,. - CARSGN 61: CO INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. . I aa V, BIG REDUGTION i I$ '5W 1 & 1 --'I- NN OVERCOATS FOR THE NEXT 10 DAYS. O B 0 0 0 SS - v $15.00 12.50 S 10.00 8.50 5.00 ' Coats Coats Coats Coats Coats v. $9.49 " 7.49$ 6.49 S 4.49 S 3.49 & and many other bargains in stock. Come in and get the pick.of the stock. 0 0 -. .- s,. .......... .' ... -. .- 10-lb- Hub Clothing Company Pieiartfoci, Ky, V 'j war. zones, k I.-- . i V-- ." .' 16-sf- ce el battlefields. The gang cpuld not; be caught and seem to have escaped. to, tf tli.m Tn HaIpIimi thn man military authorities have suc France or Belgium. On one ot the: walls of tholr cays ceeded in stamping out the small bands otTobbers thathnd been form- the brigands had painted the follow- , ed by men made desperate by hun- ing inscription: " "We are five, very' industrious ger, but lately such gangs have men and our business 'is booming. . turned up 'in Luxemberg. Near the town of Grevenmacher The poor have nothing, to fear from on the Meuse the police recently dis- US and the rich .are not hurt lt we covered an enormous robbers' cave relieve them ot some of their, wealth.' : .' in a gorge that is seldom visited by ' Farther Notice; anybody, The cave consisted' ot four To ihose who owo us, your tall--- .. large rooms which the brigands had blasted into the rocks. The rooms ure to make some settlement with. , were comfortably furnished and fill- us now, will Jeopardize a further ex- ed with plunder of all kinds, espec- tension of credit to you. hJ butalso in the neighbor C.pr 3 . , . ? w ? "' . K 1 . . vtn , ..... Rllle W; , n.. . . . w -- r . '5 , AUIha ( '" "' ifJmmilmmtmmmm ziir,. ... k ' ' ual reader to tako home. If cholera under of tho vine, which furnishes Tflfe KflOCk the Spots Outof Things comes In your neignoornoou, vacci-na- to tho green manure for the next year's your hogs. If your veterinarian crop. Mr. Drew will build a second doubling his docs his work right nnd has a good story to his cave, thus HARRAH NEWS. protected from tho capacity. serum you will be Announcement, Oklahoma County, Central OklaRealizing that much of our sup- cholera at n very reasonable cost. French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a homa. port comes from the fnrmcr wo hnvc The Insurance is worth It. Farm Superior Manner. decided to turn this space over to I Lite. Frost-lllttc- n Send us your Garments and Have Corn. omr farmer renders nnd each week Them A Nebraska corespondent writes: tv. Value of Strawberry Mulch. we hope to ninkc It contain Items of for you. Agriculture is the ' Undoubtedly much of the vigor "Wo are anxious to secure some acInterest CLEANED CLEAN basis of nil huslness. Without It all and freshness of strawberry patches curate information regarding tho corn, Packages called for and delivered. that tho feeding value of frost-bitte- n would cense. Tliero which are so protected other Industries should exist, therefore, a spirit of ground does not freczo any time dur- such as-- we have in Nebraska this between the bus- ing tho dormant season, Is due to year. Tho crop of tho year 1002, as THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB hearty iness man and the farmer. We have tho slight bacterial action which I remember, was just about the same , A. Iva Nail, Prop. that spirit and this column is the goes on In unfrozen ground In win- quality as wo have this yeur." HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. unavailgive any It Is a llttlo difficult to ter, which changes a lot of result. We Invite you to use this space. able plant food Into available form. exact statement concerning the feedWe want you' to feel freo to use It. Regardless of tho season of the year, ing valuo of soft corn on account of When you discover n method , by all ground which has a heavy cover- tho great variation found in such RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. , which you can Increase tho yield of ing on It Is apparently richer than corn. From personal observation' it To half pint of water add 1 oz. Bay certain crop, tell your fellow farm-e- r which Is left bare. "When wo have would seem that there is some corn Rum,V4 a .smalt box of Bar bo Compound, Apply to through this, your column. Use It heavy snows which remain well in certain localities of tho state this and aoz. of glycerine.becomes thetljo hair desired twice week until It your problems, to the ground Is In year which IS practically worthless ' tififlo. Ativ rimifffrlst rnn tint thle lln nr through the winter to discuss you can mix It at homo at very llttlo cost. with one another. Meanwhile much better shape than In other as a' feed. On the other hand, thefe Full directions for making and uno comi we will select clippings of interest years, nnd If tho following season is corn also rated as soft which has In each box of Barbo Compound. It will gray darken streaked, from farm papers, nRrlculural bu- is a normal one the crops usually do very nearly tho Bamo feeding valuo gradually removes dandruff. faded excelhair, and It Is occasionally wo expect to better. Because of this fact snow as mature corn. I lent for falling reaus and hair and will make harsh It will The Iowa Experiment Station In hair soft and glossy. greasy, not 'color the have high authorities contribute es- has often been called tho poor man's scalp. Is not sticky or and does not column. We .only manure. 1904 fed out two lots of steers In rub off. pecially for this jcommunlca-tloB- S ask this, make your Thoso who had Intended to cover order to get some data on the comof reasonable length and write their strawberry patch and have not parative feeding values of soft and plainly. done so had better do so now than mature corn. The soft corn used In Farther, we are going to run In not at all, as the covering, even if the experiment showed 35 per cent WILL FILL A WANT! put on as late as It Is, will protect moisture at tho beginning of the this same spare a Farmers' want-a- d column. In this column our paid-u- p tho plants to a great extent. In fact, test and Iff per cent moisture at the Since the suspension of the farmer subscribers will be permitted some strawberry growers wait until close. In reporting tho results of the charge, pro- - the ground is well frozen before put- experiment the statement Is made Louisville to run want ads without Weekly Courier-Journa- l, Tided the salo price docs not ex- ting on the mulch. that the dry matter In soft corn gave there has been quite Tho ad will be run ceed $5.00. Although strawberry mulching Is practically as good gains as that in in four consecutive Issues, unless a not practiced extensively, It is one of mature corn. The steers fed the soft a demand for a weekly Kenale is effected during life of nd in the most beneficial practices In the corn were finished Just as well as tucky newspaper that gives which case you will bo expected to care of strawberries. It does as much those getting tho hard corn. The ad as any practice toward the growing notify us to stop tho nd. After taking chemical analysis of all the more important state must not exceed five' linos (a lino of good strawberries and a heavy corn running from 48 per cent wa- news, as well as the general averages six words.) Business houses mulch of any kind gives best re- ter to corn running 11 per cent wateditorials, good er, the conclusion was made that news, crisp will bo charged tho regular rate for sults. Michigan Farmer. advertising in this column. there is no wide variation between stories, timely cartoons and Making a Hotbed. colThe purpose of this want-a- d For small hotbeds tho most com- the composition of soft, frosted corn illustrations. umn is to give you an opportunity mon method is to dig a pit from 1 and that which has been fully maThere is no such excellent of buying and selling those products to 2 feet deep and fill with manure, tured, other than the moisture deior which you would be unable to tramping it down, and If dry adding pending on tho maturity of the corn paper as the par the regular rate. For example plenty of water. The manure must when hit by the frost. Twicea-Wee- k From this experiment it would Jrs. jrones may want a setting of bo fresh, for If heated will not be ""H certain kind of eggs. Mrs. Farmer satisfactory for the purpose. After seem that pound for pound the dry Oweruboro Messenger may have those very eggs to , sell. tramping and wetting, cover with matter In frosted corn was Just as , '(Edited by Urey Woodson.) The former uses The Republican rich mellow soil to a depth of 6 good as the dry matter In matured It comes every Wednesday want-a- d column; the latter sees the Inches for planting cabbage, cauli- corn. It. would seem that this would ad and a sale is effected. Neither flower, tomato and all similar seeds. hold true to a certain point, after and Saturday, (16 pages a te could afford to pay the regular adver- Build a frame for the bed a little which it Is doubtful if such a state- week or more), and is Using rate to bring about so small smaller than the size of the pit. The ment could be made. About tho only in every regard. a Bale. And likewise Mr. Jones may object of this Is to let the frame set- way ono could decide as to the feedMesTry the Twice-a-Wee- k have a pig for sale. tle evenly with the bed and avoid ing value of soft corn would be to We feel that in the inauguration openings In the 'sides. The north have a chemical analysis made of senger for a year in connecof this column we are rendering side of the frame should bo made the corn and find out by this way tion with the Hartford RepubOhio county farmers valuable service the highest, so as to give a southern the percentage of water, crude fiber lican. and want them to take advantage. exposure to tho top and protect the and carbohydrates present. IndesBoth papers, one year for JBnt please don't ask us to run your plants from the north wind. Bank pendent Farmer. SI. 50. All clubbing subscripads when you are not a subscriber around the sides well with dirt or tions should be addressed to or to arrears with your paper. If you manure. Cover the beds with glass Precautions Before Vaccinating. are not a subscriber, or are behind or canvas and In cold weather It Is Vaccination for hog cholera should Republican, Hartford, Ky. with your subscription, pay up and a good plan to use both. be performed only by thoso who take advantage of this opportunity. The glass sash used to be quite know how to do it. The following is the idea. expensive, but can now be brought suggestions have been prepared by Tills Farm Department is strictly very reasonably. A sash, size 3x6 V. V. Knowles, cholera expert of the He of any political feet, is generally used for this work. United States Bureau of Animal Infaith may read it with assurance They last indefinitely when care Is dustry: that nothing will be said in opposi- taken and where they are kept paintThere are two methods of the tion to his belief. Politics doesn't ed each year. serum preventive treatment: Ono usamount to a hurrah compared to the Next is to test the soil for warmth progreat field of scientific agriculture. occasionally with a thermometer by ing serum alone, which should lasting from six duce immunity Help ns mnke this alive wire. Inserting It under the surface In dif- weeks to three months: the other usTHE EDITOR. ferent parts of the bed. After It be- ing serum and virus, which should comes warm the seed is sown in produce a permanent immunity. long narrow rows. The temperature Fresh Air a Milk rroducer. These should be fully explained and Ventilation of barns usually Is Is then kept at about 80 to 90 de- the farrner,allowed to make his own even more deficient fban window grees and soil moist. We give some selection. space, and to this lack of proper air on warm days and as, the plants GUARANTEED SERVICE It Is an Injustice to yourself, to ventilation measure, the prevalence get larger wo leave the beds open the owner of the herd, to tho serum Ono hundred per cent But, aside from much of theUme in order to produce of tuberculosis. value. Special work for W. thrifty plants that will be producer nnd the hog to administer safeguarding the health of both the healthy, treatment without first taking tho 0. W. owner's family and tho cattle, good hardened when ready for transplant- temperature and knowing the condiW. F. STEVENS, ventilation is economy. Perfect as- ing out Into tho open ground. tion of all hogs to bo treated. R. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. of food Is no more pos- Michigan Farmer. similation If there is cholera In the neighRepresenting Continental sible In the body of an animal withborhood no one can tell, without Marble & Granite Co. Sweet Potatoes Paid. out sufficient supply of air than Is taking tho temperature, whether a On eighteen acres John Drew properfect combustion of fuel in a furherd is free from cholera. It Is not nace with the draft closed. In or- duced over 3000 bushels of sweet uncommon to And a herd apparently der that milk cows or beef animals potatoes this year. This Is 1G2 3 In good condition, with 50 per cent may respond to an Increased ra- bushels to tho acre. These potatoes of the hogs having high temperation of feed more air must be sup- were thoroughly dried this fall and tures. If such herds are treated 20x40-fosweet potaplied lor its combustion as surely placed In his without knowing the condition, when Operated by as that a furnace requires moro air to cave, where they will remain until the disease fully develops the owner ior a heavy than a light fire. In oth- tho market reaches a price that will may accuse you of not knowing your Hotel Company er words, the amount of milk or Induce the grower to dispose of them business; ho may condemn the serbeef produced by the animal and and It Is not at all unlikely that they um, and if virus is used he may acUnder New Management the amount of heat produced in the will sell around a dollar a bushel or cuse you of having Introduced cholfurnace depend as much on the air at tho rate of $166.06 an acre. T. QUISBNBERRY. era in his herd and of contributing supply 'as on the amount of food Mr. Drew has had considerable to the spread of Infection in the and fuel. If a barn is poorly venti- experience In the growing of sweet neighborhood. Rates $1.00, 81.25 and 81.50 per Day lated it is futile therefore, to expect potatoes from the growing of the Meals 28 Cents. you take temperatures you have If the largest returns in beef or milk plants to tho digging of the potatoes evidence to warrant your diagnosis Best in the olty for the money. for the feed consumed. Farmers' before tho coming of frost in tho and to protest yourself, and you Mall and Breeze. fall. Last spring ho raised slips know whether to give an ordinary Special attention to the traveling from 160 bushels of sweet potatoes. dose of serum for a well hog or dou- public. Hog Cholera Not Necessary. Thousands of these potato slips can ble the dose, which Is essential for Notwithstanding the opposition on be readily disposed of at a good hogs showing evidence of cholera. OWENSBORO, KY. Ibe part of some farmers and oven price. Believing the best potato is If you know that a herd Is Infectof somo state officials, it has been none too good, Mr. Drew raises tho owner decides to give definitely proved that hog cholera Nancy Hall, tho host potato that ed and the to apparently well hogs, say only tho virus may be cured or prevented by vac- grows In this stato; not those with a temperature of 104 decination. most desirable for eating purposes, grees and under, you cannot Justly To tako a local Instance hero In but tho smoothest, the most uniform bo accused of introducing cholera in Owen County, Ind Farm Life's vet in slzo and the best selling variety. tho herd. V erinarian, Dr. Yearns tells us that Tho hardship of planting tho slips treatby hand or with a stick has been be has given the serum-viru- s ment to moro than a thousand hogs dono nway with by using a planter How Mr. Davis Got Rid of a Had MtCAIX PATTEBNS Cough. with ont moro than twenty deaths, that drops the slips, waters them reliability nearly 40 Sold in nearly timo ago I had a very bad fcv every city and town Inyears. United SUtca and "Somo V the and that It "does tho work." Thous and firms tho dirt around tho roots. W Canada, or by mall direct. More (old that ands of other veterinary surgeons By this method one man can set out cough" writes Lewis T. Davis, Black-wate- r, f any other make. Send ior lice catatonia, Del. "My brother, McCabo McCALIS MAGAZINE report similar experiences. about four acres a day. Thorough oinei sasnioa Bureau of Aulmal Industry cultivation Is practiced. Tho crop Is Davis gave mo a small bottle of i More euoscriocrs awan anyjnvaiuapie. aaw The magax!ncisiii!oa nioniri. dreu making-- millinery, at Washington, In its annual report kept in growing condition and tho Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. After El est stylet, patterns, needlework, halrdrt. ting, tUtn sewtnff, fancy tt.niilta stww liviiv) mtf whii esv just issued says: "Losses from hog sweet potato is taken care of from taking this I bought halt a dozen a,aitvii nnAil ettnelaeilii eva finite Pl rn(t jl I innrlli Hwutfia lrS ei!tel Mauwaiiaj itviM iiviwi tj.irila only used ono of cholera can be reduced to a mint-- ! the timo the slip Is planted until it bottles of it but Subscribe today, or aend ior (ample copy. them as tho cough left mo and I wYONDEHFUL INDUCEMENTS winmum nnd the Industry of hog raising Is housed In Its dry, frost-probrings premium catalogue ter quarters. The fertility of tho have not been troubled since." Ob- I to Amenta. Postal offers. Address increased In any given area." and new cash prlxe m BC fekCUI, C9. IHteM.rT.l7la St. 1KW TvjH ono for each Individ- - soil is maintained by tho plowing tainable everywhere. Tho moral is FARM DEPARTMENT Ladies' and Men's Garments profeamonal Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law &?- HARTFORD, KY. praotlca hi profession In LhU Will and adjoining counties. Cfcmmayoem) Specialty, and Criminal Practice I abound, yiaTcItr"whrt food hotele JheowhUa bead .the Barnes &atSmith Law Attorneys HARTFORD, KY. W. H. Barnos and G. JL finilUi announce that they have (form-- a partnership for the general practice of law, except cnLmlnal and dlvor cases, Mr. 6mlth being County Attorney Is prevented from practicing sue ceases. Mr. Barnes will Individually Offices) accept such practloe. la Hartford Republican building, HartMflBena. V VI A eouatqrmtn.V itirarricliios-'- J , it reffneJ, ex. Its excel on Pennsylvania lent location Avenue. 18th and II Streets, maker. It a desirable hcadquar-ter- a for bridal couples, tourist parties, conventions. Schools and I colleges. The Powha"tan"""attracti'"'lhe people of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Navr Departments, alio to man interest, points of historical nukes this hotel especially at to a discriminating pubtractive lic. The1" Powhatan 'offer "room with detached bath at $1.50. 92.00 and up. Roomt with private bath, li.50, (1.00 and up. "Write for booklet with rasp CLIFFORD M. LEWIS.. tluiire. and restful. Tne TowTiaUn ford, K" T. W'AllBSTUATTON Cromwell, Ky. OTTOU.UAUTMs llnitlord, Ky. STRATT0N & MARTIN Attorneys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profession In thlt. and djolnlng counties. Collections. Commercial and Criminal Practice a Prompt and vlgorons Specialty. , scrvico- - Notary In office. 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OR.Vea fnaranteed fi::araalaa Wi lure comUntlr on band a large nuinWr ol tlltfbtly uaol pianos cf all and standard makes talcn In ex second-han- ri wiaro ta Mayar-Hait- hie back of piano the repuexperience, and tation of aa tripootlble piano bouse. of It our IS year T.tjtt Btarck Piano U for 13 yean. ftTFraa Masta Lassaflt To every purchaaer of Etarck Piano, we give free mulo lcstont. in one of the beat known schools In Chicago. These leuona you ran take la your own home, by mall. This repreaents on year's free Instruction. change for new SUrck Pianos Tlie follow. and Player-FIanoIn ( are a tar sample bargains! Weber Stelnway Chlckering Kimball Statck second-han- $110.00 92.00 90.03 95.00 195.00 are Dtarck Player-Piano- s and mint heautt the tut flayer Piano on in market. You will be delighted with the many featurea of tbets wonderful Instruments, ami will be pleated with the very low prices at which they can be secured. a M Bend for our latest complete bargain Hat. Send today for our new beautifully Illustrated piano book which gires you a large amount of information regarding piano. This book will Interest and please you. Writ today. Plana laafc Fraa P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.; 1848 Starck Bid.. CHICAGO fTHOS. E. MOSS arid 1 "t Plasterer, Decorator Contractor. Lifetime experience with best of workmen, and can any reference desired. Call me. on Hartford 1 Mill Go:, 'plione, or address me at Hartford, Ky. t give - 1 1 Fifty-fiv- e keeping. Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Music, Primary Normal. Expert teachers Modern equipassured. Position ment. ture machine. Serea big Departments Shorthand, Book- Ml II typewriters. Lea-eons When in Louisville STOP AT explained by Moving Pic- ECHERT'S i 5th is Write for catalogue. Avenue ) Hotel J European Plan ;; ; FRANK ECKERT, Prop. Daviess. Co. Bus. College ; H.H. UVKEKT, Mgr, Up, ;J1 OWSN8BOHO, KY. V sssawza lim Minnesota, while Frank Palsano Is Governor of the Puebh) Indians. " . Help Your Liver It Pays. URGED BY ARMY CHIEF When your liver gets torpid and your stomach acts queer, tako Dr. GEN. SCOTT 8UPPOBT8 CONTIN- - King's New Life Pills and youVill And yourself feeling better. They ENTAL PLAN ALSO FAV- purify the blood, give you freedom ORS MILITIA. from constipation, biliousness, dizziness and . Indigestion, You feel Aft Tears af Hkcmngmg I had gotten so weak I could not i fine just like you want to feel. Clear and I gave up in despair. Washington, D. C. Universal (Wkiw,MrBlGckGTa the complexion too. 25c at drugwaile-rliiK- d compulsory military service At last, my husband got me a boMfe gists. 1 by MaJ. Gen. Hugh L. Scott, U.kDwpmir. HmIm. Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I chief of the army, to be the ideal menced taking it From the very system which should be approached Came ta Reaaw. by this country as soon as practicadose, I could tell it was helping me. f ble, at a hearing yesterday before For Infants and Children can now walk two miles wiftotat H tho Senate military affairs commitUse In Years Calron, Ky-.- In en interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all hworic." tee. This being impossible at present, General Scott advocated the ad- Always bears from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock If you are all run down from wotaaaff the ministration's 400,000 continental Signature of writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up In despair. Try army plan as a step in this direc.,-.... . years, with womanly troubles, and durj sj Cajdui, the woman's fonte. It has heft' tion. "Do you think a continental army Master Commissioner's Sale. this time, i could only sit up for a iittic than a million women, fn St11" plan would produce the men?" GenOhio Circuit Court, Kentucky. while, and could sot walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and sftOMfcf eral Scott was asked by Senator T. H. Black, Plaintiff, Weeks, a member of the committee. vs. all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you,, too. Your druggist ttftt "It is worth the trlal,'r he re R. P. Buck & C, Defendants. In my left side. sold Cardui for years. He knows what plied. By virtue of a Judgement and or The doctor was called fat, aad his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will very sagulne of it, der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, "Yau are not are you? asked the senator. rendered at tho June term, 1916, ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. "I hope for it," answered General in the above cause for the sum of soon confined to my bed again. After UISS SM-ft- fi Scott,. f800.00, with interest at the rate of General Scott favored continued 6 per cent, per annum from the 1st thatnothlng seemed to do me any good. federal support to the militia, as day of January 1915, untif paid, and something of an asset in tlmo of war; costs hercln, f wll. offer for he opposed the Hay bill as not pro- sale by public auction at the Court ducing complote divisions for work- house door in Hartford, on Monday, ing unites. Tho militia, however, he the 7th day of February, 1916, s.ald, is not prepared for the requir- about one o'clock p. m., upon a ed .service, and federalization of credit of six months, the following tho militia presents almost insur- described property, mountable obstacles. He advocated Being a certain tract or parcel of making Inducements for the militia land in Ohio County, Ky., known as to come into tho continental army. lot No. 3 in the allotment of thfi' General Scott opposed short-terlands of Joshua Maddox, situated in enlistments in the regular army, say- Ohio county, Ky., on the waters of ing they should be for from two to Little West Prong of Lewis Creek, fpur years. ."B and bounded as follows: wraawaiBBBBar : full I of life and action, filled with the Tho army neds 1000 officers, he Beginning at a stone In line of . fire of fine inspiration and followed corps lot No. 2 at figure 15; then W. 120 said, and an officers' reserve by 250 short stories of adventure, should be established. Ho proposed poles to a red beech and two black win maie Increasing the capacity of the mili- oaks, a corner to No. 4 at figure 16; tary academy from 589 to 1200 at a then with a line of same N. 40. poles Senator Weeks to a stone and small white oak, corcost of 13,000,000. said he thought this could be done ner to lot No. 4 at figure 17; then at much less expense, by eliminating with another line of No. 4 west 67 . some of the magnitlcant buildings poles to a black oak, sweet gum and sleep three in white oak in one of the original Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, and having the cadets Girls' Page, doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of a room instead of two. General Scott lines, and also corner to lot No. 4 Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best recommended a provlson that, upon at figure 7; then with said line N minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone completion of two years of his course, 60 poles to a post oak standing on a a cadet's successor may be admitted rock another original corner at the in tne nome. i nere is no age limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free thus doubling the attendance. letter E; then 187 poles to a larger Youth's Companion. General Scott proposed organizing poplar another original corner at If you do not know THE COMPANION Three, Current lt us sand youthis Coupon with laauea fat 52 Times a Year an officers' reserve corps of profes- the letter C, and corner to lot No. 2; FREE. Incloaa your sional and technical men, such as then with line of same S. 100 poles f request. not 12. 100 engineers, telegraph operators chauf- to the beginning, containing Tboa who aubacrlbs now, sending $2 for the 52 laauea of THE COMPANION fers, mechanics, etc., whose services acres', moro 'or les. The mineral More good reading than, you will for 191S, will receive The Companion get In any of the monthly would be valuable In their regular right had been sold to McHenry Homo Calendar FREE. magazines. Inoccupations for war purposes Coal Co., whichland was" conveyed " "; SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE stead of at the front. to C, H. Chapman by G. B. L. Maddox and wife, July 31, 1907, and THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH Colds Need Attention. which deed is of record In deed book ONE YEAR FOR ONLY' S2.75. Internal throat, and chest troubles 34, page 84, Ohio County Clerk's ofproduce lnflamatlon, irritation, swell- fice. ing or soreness and unless checked Second tract: Also another tract at once are likely to lead to serious of land in Ohio County, Ky., boundtrouble. Caught in time Dr. Bell's ed as follows: Beginning at a gate loosens tho phlegm post In south line of A. C. Wake-lan- d and destroys the germs which have land on the creek and running settled in 'the throat or nose. It is west with the Broadway Coal Com$1.31 soothing and healing. Pine Is anti- pany, and A. C. Wakeland's line to The Republican and Louisville Herald septic; honey is soothing both to- a sweet gum tree, A. C. Wakeland's Globe-Democr- at . ..... 1.76 gether possess excellent medicinal corner; thence N. 48 poles to a The Reptblican and St. Louis qualities for fighting cold germs. In- black gum; thence E. 5 3 poles; The Republican and Home and Farm 1.50 sist on Dr. Bell's thence N. 67 poles to a walnut and 1 25c. all Druggists. Owensboro Inquirer 1.7 thence east to a The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k two dogwoods; bridge on" the Creek; thence with Notice of Discharge In Bankruptcy. 3.60 the creek on the west side to the The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald In the District Court of the United beginning being all the land owned The i&EPUBLicAis and Uaiiy uwensooro inquirer. 8.60 States, for the Western District of by A. C. Wakcland on the west Kentucky. Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.7 side of the creek; mineral and coal The Republican and In the matter of Charles Arthur rights reserved and right to work Leach, a bankrupt. 1.75 and mine same and same land con- The Republican and Kentucky Farmer On thlsCth day of January A. D., veyed to Claud Chapman on April 1.30 1916, on considering the petition of 7, 1911, by A. C. Wakeland and The Republican and New Idea .Woman's Magazine.. the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, Wife and which deed is recorded in filed on the 25th day of January A. Deed book 39, page 380, Ohio Coun- The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.60 D., 1916, it is ordered by the court ty Clerk'a office, or sufficient thereof Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and"Farmer$.5(- that a Hearing be had upon the same to produce the sums of money order- The on the 11th day of March A. D., 1916, ed to be made. before said court at Louisville in said Tho purchaser will bo required to district, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, execute bond with approved security or as near thereto as practicable, and Immediately after ,sale. that notitce thereof be published one This 16th day of January, 1916. nows-paptime In Hartford Republican, a E. E. BIRKHEAD, V printed in said district, find MaBtcr Commissioner. tbnt all known creditors and other TH Hcavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. persons in Interest may appear at USELIV-VER-LA- X SEWINO said time and place and show cause, Do You MAottXNK Find Fault With Everybody? it any they have, why the prayer of OF g disposiAn Irritable, said petitioner should not be graut-eQUALITY. tion Is often due to odlsordcred stomach. A man with good digesWitness tho Honorable Walter Evtion Is nearly always good natured. ans, Judge of said Court, and tho NOT A great many havo been permanent, seal thereof, at Owensboro, in said ly benefited by Chamberlain's TabBOLD district, on tho 26th day of January lets after years of suffering. These UNDER ANY A. D., 1916. tablets strengthen the stomach and OTHER, A. O. RONALD, Clerk. enable it to perform its functions NAME. M. E. DUNN, D. C. Feelright all the time. Don't ky oft naturally. Obtainable everywhere, m from work for days by taking caleawl keeDst so WARRANTED fOFI ALL TIM." when nleaaant ! His Advantage. If you purchase tho NEW UOMK you will" on your feet, while relievingyour troub "Why was one paving contractor-l- n havo a life asset at the price you pay, and will le. Barer too, ana easy to uuce ison a FOR FLETCHER'S take anything else. You can't afford the case preferred over the oth- not have an endless chain of repairs. it. Eliminates poisons, cle&nsea syser?" tem and relieves constipation. A natIadlaBs Assert Leaderslilp. "Because while one took up an ural remedy, natural in its actions, sur In ita effect and certain in' results. It Carlisle, Pa. Thov Carlisle Indian abstract proposition In the matter, won't be long before 'school stands hjgh ly'the red man's the other came down .with a concrete, -completely displace calomel ia everf esteem as an Institution to fit his statement." hosae.. Children can taka it freely aal l. children to lead his tribe aloiig betwith perfect safety. Every bottle Reveage to Sweet. 60c and $1 ia bottle. Nen ter lines, says the Philadelphia He (after the quarrel). I Buppose, genuine without the Ukeaeaa aad afca North American, Among Carlisle you are going back to your mother's tur ot L. JC Grlgsby, For sale by graduates who have been appointed She (triumphantly). I shall do no I. 11. WILLIAMS. . Hartford. Ky as chiefs of their respective tribes such thing. On the contrary, I am K yoa wat a sowing machine, write far are Stacy, Matlack, Pawnee; Joseph going to the most expensive hotel I aar latest catalogs bfar you pusebas. Saunopkj Cherokee.'of North Carp-Un- can find and let them send you the W9 i"W llWV Ww"gf fsnaaHV W saMVW for aalaa In the back a Edward 'Rodgers, Chippewa, of bill. Richmond U Dr. M4' Ajitl.ala PWa. COMPULSORY TRAINING HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE Fr CASTORIA For0vr30 ZMk 4 ! 'i rci.M X&ZSZSi to-w- lt: m Vi Xm&aamaaaK SB5' eYOUTiTS COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 i Pine-Tar-Hon- ey OUR CLUBBING RATES. -- 2-- Pine-Tar-Hon- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. er fault-findin- d. NEW HOME For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. ax s Children Ory CASTORIA - KP Ft"4 guar-anteex- a; Times-Dispatc- h. "Pl Wll ll. AIM 1. i siiii 's Lal tlaaaaalLL A r'. iv. Erf K .i ' x s- - - fc w N ? '1 V. v tv i I I r PROFIT One of the Greatest Opportunities. of a Lifetime! ; Closes Saturday Night at 10 O'clock i If for any cause you have been denied the opportunity of attending this sale, you still have a are little time left to make good, and wedifiv.i going to make it interesting to you up to the very last minute. J- - J I'. & i 4 Ladies' Coat Suits, ladies' and. Children's Cloaks, Hen's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, Shoes, Overshoes, Odd Pants, Raincoats; Hats, Caps and an enormous stock of etery-da- y Dry Goods g Prices. . at TV Profit-Sharin- " t ; DON'T MISS FF YOU WILL BE THE LOSER fe BARNES & BROTHER Beaver Dati, iti minutes "before help could arrive. A kidnapping expedition would be risky. Its success must depend upon tho swltt and ruthless energy with which the attack was bo some few T r. " 1 Kentucky, JAR, l- - had surrounded Jthe blouse Tiefore l soon .followed. The Germans were erablo bombardmest by Gerataos of they were noticed. Sentries back and arriving In numbers too formidable. LATEST NEWS various Russian towBa and peelUecs. front kept guard, unfearing. Sud- The Russian scouts mado for the denly, death toqkC them. n tho dark rivers crossed it, and were lost la Wednesday Monday. ness. Before the life was out of them tho gloom of the farther bank. Only-twGERMAN GENERAL England. Fifty-fou- r persona wre France. The repulses eC two were loft behind with death the Russians were in the house. made. lalured la t& Gctsas iaMtry at Jacks upos French killed and The teller of the story entered, wounds, :Ntne were wounded slight He resolved, however, to; risk lt Zeppelin raid on' English manufac- t.i 1. BiSt Others were easily found to share room where a."soldier "sat with re ly. All sat back safely bctor day' pofHionanoar uompierro, seatu. or tailng towns. Official' unorts state' thai JtlvetSosime, was annouseed. DARING EX-- .. DETAILS OK MOST glory. ceivers over, his ears sleepily wait light. .the peril and the hoped-fo- r that this was the mooC serious air FLOlT OF WAR TOLD BY ing 'for a telephone message. This All that had to be done was to' se Gentmy. AH' the ground swlncd rati of the war, coverlav much larger--Notice Ditch Letting;. SCOUXS. .,:' '' cure a guide knowing every track room was lighted up. The rest of than at first rosKtcU. There by. the Oertuaa la their offeaslvet lfcydarlc. The Allison Haystts, et al. across the marshes, who could be the house seemed:, to m'dVenseats. sear Nisauvllle and south! wen- 230 bombs dropfud and tho ts,' Bond sale. trusted, and to wait for a dark soldier did not look, "fafound. He of the: Saome, reported yestesday, Genoaa oficisl statcmesC says that enter, evidently Public Ditch off Drain. heard someone YOUNG OFFICER night. LED BY Is hereby given that tttt has: been retataed, ft appears fromito- - maatr tires and serious o2salbalonis. oe- Notice night came, solidly black, thought It a comrade. :curret TheBe'rlln reposteays thai There wasa pause of half ji mint Ohio Coftql 'Beard- of Dralnag daje's osfcUf. "statement by assny atccraft re tamed safely. low sky from which scattered headquortfersr the French counter at-vKU on February fell. The scouting party Ute: The house waB Yo'sfTU that Commlssloners Pass' And Escape Three Enemy m.,L tacks hovfitc been repulsed. j was paraded. Without being told those who had got into the tele 29th., 1916, at aboct 1 o'clock p. Thersday. Lines with Loss of Only phone room felt doubtful what to" do at the Court House door In Hartford, was their M anything special Two Men. OhloountyKeateMky; offer, at' puh--J Btasslat? The- Rasslans are sb . Thm Afpnm. Two humOcdl and nlghl's work, they, started' 'off. Scduts next. Death stood liv' the German persons held Drtkenersi br e Highest ajidbest': rounding. Etaeruia, from which clSr fartr-flr-e Hejjjitcr a yplce generally put somejrtfood.jrata tljjfir Sldler'selbow.-TheTfJIdder, Bonds!, agaimat the. lajida; andileEr TUriaSifc asthortties have" fltsC. as Gerssoa Drlxe crew on tXa. former :L haversacks for they never: .know tiovr next- room cried oufvsbarply, "Wer, mm. IUA.n.a1 ft m ytfiiu land owners located and wtthim the according; te reports reaching hetsa. nHMafii Ittlv Annan. ncia uiiuiui. "PetroKrad. Jan. 29. To hear the long they may be away. Sometimes da?" (Who's that?"), and the Ger aforesaid Allison Haynes; tfajkt that' they were atl ll'Jair last et al., A. strong BishIsti column is. advancr-fa- !.10) . tele. .. '. men talk one would not think ho they have to hide for days before man soldier's life was over. The una ok American soil. Sbrc than. tfiie amount of to the Tigris Valley, the ad phone Instrument was smashed at drainage district to 200 atkers. Including th Germtiu had dono anything particular. It, was they get, a chance, toireturn with 17217.56, plus cost of Issue: and sale vices add. only when he warmed up over the 1 their information, picked up literal once. Next moment the whole place of said, bonds, provided however If icaptacsthe captain and enstrot vraa In an tinrnnr. mml" alleged membossn at' tke. exciting part of the story, tho .rout ly "iinder the enemy's nose.",. They, KTbe lawful, said sum' may be' cred- . the ontlro frost Shots Vwere?- fired.- - Shouts 'came- time;,, and' ing of tho house after they had wore well provided this t armed: treea of nrnnt nrblnv wJIV ited by amounts paid Between: this" Italian artillery activity has bees-)bu. heist 6a. board until tHa Untied crept into it, that he seemed to when their guide joined them ihey from all sides. Soldiers appeared date and day Dfevldtta ;toj date.' oil fjmjwiijir bjr'.eiaar On ""tllsi Bome?h1fngand.to "buckjln thplr? belts! , All, wh6 avowed? " dwell upon tho exploit with pleasure were told tol 2 'iOJY. tehidie isoasco'oBe ot the batterlan utates decides their status: and. that make tea, before they set off?on their themselves tonne scouts on ine out in recalling its incidents". the railway station at at the Teasel Itself. It is; stated, tftat Said sale of bonds will be made tramp across the bitter side of the house were either bayonet- herein as is provided By law in ac- Santa Lucia. In the Tolmlno Yet what he described was really fifteen-mil- e sectloa. the. State Department lbsss. to the bursting of tho , the most daring adventure which has. bogland. They were also taken now ed or bombed. Tho a. Germaaltions of this character and as pro- Pilsoners confirm that heavy losses: view that tho vessel of the house were either bayoneted r officers' confidence. r prlze. been Indulged In during the war. To, 'The bursting of tho vided by orders, Judgement and flies, were, suffered by the Austrlans. or bombed. Draw Near Quarry. penetrato thirteen miles deep Into I ' ; '. Tueeday.: i jrlthln said action. ,.fi g ' t At last,, after hours of tramping hand-- retiajjes, the. yells of the"e"rrl? Western Front. Heanr Bombard the enemy's lines, to attack tho driwes: The said Drainage Beard' reserves Asiatic Torkey. Having a divisional staff, thru desolation, they saw lights far fled Germans, the leaping names or the right to headquarters of the Tnrka f rpm o region about forty, ments have taken place to the Chains reJe;tanyvand.aJJijds. and to carry off the General with away. These weretlie lights, of the a fire- started by .antovortufn6d near He Given ''under our haads, thisjlthe mllesTI'ohg and captured large num- pagsc region or franca-straofficers, goftiug clear little town. Again Ihey took a bite, lamp, mo uoarso oeuowing or orueru 25th, day of Jan. 1916.' several of his bers of prisoners, guns and materials Dlo, with tho Germanscs' the defen away again, prisoners and all this while tho officer In charge explained which could not be obeyed, the hard sive. French guns shelttd the towa Ohio County Board of Drainage: the Russians, according to thai comwere-al- l is ,the kind of raid with which wo to them what each must do. They breathing of those who war communlcationB, Ijavq of Lena. Commissioners. f s'' nro.all familiar, in fiction of ' tho had crossed one .rlv:or, already. They bined to make up, a sccnowllder and. .8. T. BARXETTi Proa. cesied thlr operations In the maun-tnl1 ha.djinother to ford'now.. Then they grimmer than any which could bo type. "Three Musketeers" W.. S. TINSLEY. Sec. repair to tho Basins p Itusalan Front. BacMrt ctalnus, the Attest: andfwlll . In thovTMnsk Marshes there is "a would bo close. (o tho house, which imagined. . fort the winter, , dofeat ot a strong Russian force Genera) Is Kidnapped. . come: to raid, tho house tho Sloched aad Stvr Rivers. little town .called Novel. Near this they had Notice Td File Claims. Now picture the. General's bedthe'. Prussian General commanding whoro tho General and his Btaft were All persons having claims against England. Six or seven Zeppelin while Vienna reports the forced with, thoEIghty-seconDivision had mado probably asleep, unsuspicious, little room.' It was next to tho room whero the estate of Silas Taylor, deceased, airships raided eastern, northwest drawal ot Russians from their adsat. himself as comfortable as ho could thinking that before morning they the soldier with the telephone aro hereby notified to file the eame, era midland counties of Eng vanced trenches nwr Uscleesko n Russian Our scouts running in see "a man' properly proven, with myself as ad- land, sad In, a substantial country house. Tho would be prisoners In the according to War Offtce an- East Gallcla. Just ministrator of said dedecodant on or no longer young," 1 house stands In a garden. There lines. e A large nusatter of nouncements. ' more carefully as he had lain down on the bed. Half beforo the first. day of March, 1916, bombs were dropped Now they moved are no other houses qulto near. Of Duroca For Sale. but no consldto For .9 will sell you a 6 .months, course, tho staff of the nusslau di- than over. Beyond the Stokhod Riv- asleep still, but sufficiently awako samo will bo forever barred. erabje, daniKe has been' resorted. or the old pig that yo can't buy from theV vision which lay to tho eastward er they were among- tho enemy's de- bo furiously, aupry, aud jeryiaucU Witness my hand', 'this January same time. Aliattto Pig knew all about It: They had local tachments. They had pierced "deep "rattled' at the 21, 1916. Western Front. Guns ot tho Al- you Breeder for less than S20. If" eyes aud ears at their service, Dut Into tho country occupied by the Jc one thing. To bo kidnapped is 29t3 don't believe me write tor pea? R. W. TAYLOR, lies .have been active against the it was not anyone upon the staff who "nlemtsl" (Russian for "Germans," quite another. A pitiable., p'lght for Admr. ofSJUs Taylor, "Deceased. enepy trenches to the north ot Ro'ye lgree,;also breed Sows, ;GaUts asdT . White WyaloUe chickens aid eajiuv' conceived the bold Idea of raiding literally "the, dumb ones," ""because 'one noiloricer vounK.'.'v "... and ,t. Mlhlel and considerable ' No escaping tlilsMgnominlotU'fate,' VictlasT K. H; BARRBTT,' v' Prussian General's headquarters. Ions', the first Germans who wore the The ,' been done, Gen' 4 "Beaver Dasel.Ky. seen by the Russian peasants could however. Sel;ed is the angry. Youuk Officer's Ambition. . Tommy iaW a' small tug tow In a ' It was to tho ambitious imagina- not speak Russian and to them were eral and hustled out With him thrto large ship, and he heard the tug , Uatted States. The State Departlike hlmuo'f, Most Likely. v J' im- of hts ofAcera, Here-i- t is loudly, tion of a young officer lu charge of therefore "dumtjV). ment Is. expecting further communt- headquarters whistle "Those erows sound like they were a scouting party that the thought of possible to hold- - continuous front. of general ran, the ya, papa," ne criea, greauy-eg trom Derlln la regard to the sweariBgatoae aHether:';' triumph presented Itself. He knew T.ho marshes preVeat it. Ttla marsh doctor; a few private. Hustled out cited. Seet The big boat's got the t..unia flirit-r..nino. rVec. "Probably, they. aire', holdlo Imi IItbroB by tbe Ull aad it's squeal- - BM feeelred no coatlrmatlon ot the the country. Among the swamps a which, tho Russia scouts had cross- thru the. garden, downfthe kind ot a bank over "hie river,. how they, eei WK!" Z' . small number of men might pass by ed Bee'med to the' Germans to be rreoort hit Germany would refuse and therefore, a secure go, more gently, And now they hear ' 4 allaaMBWAwa Iha at paths known only to tho peasants, kk BtikiMM J ,.U masjflTV fceV VV Vf, UV BUUWAi' Patient "Oh.. deergoW with' such a aocret movement as barrier, Vpry soon they were to be tbi(rattle ojf. rifle ,flre. Assltjinje ,has rtbly tired feeling all thVtlml derr tae? arVlVea: 'They hear th&.tteVsfce ' escape the notice of any Ger- rou'ghfy undoceWed." would PhyslcUn ."Let ne seeyear" There were no sentries outside the lag. But they .are beionAjreaeh,,. , man outpost. The house, he learnu Tae au Dees a ceMl- I ue, Those who had. been left behind closely guarded; it would garden. 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