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NEW RULING MADE No. 32 Perry Crowder, Claude Allen, Lafe" Crawley, Claude Graves, Murray W : i y not. disclose the nature of their misshowed our lights and did not anticisions. pate a light. She opened fire, how-ove- r, HIGH OFFICIALS BERG TELLS OF According to the reports which led as soon as she found she had to the admission regarding the dictrapped. Tho fight was lively, been TO BE ARRESTED tagraph records, the movements of FIGHTER MOEWE but It was short. We shot away the about 100 men havo been watched the bridgo oh tho McTaylsh with with the result that a dictagraph was first two shells. The Moewe did not installed In a Milk-streoffice to dehave much to fear. Sho Is too well j CONSULAR ANO OTHER termine if any of these men were JOERMAN OFFICER HAS NO FEAR 'protectbd and tho 8helu from tho GERMAN OFFICERS INDICTED AT conspiring to commit or influence the THAT BRITISH WILL CAP- McTavIsh bounced away. , SAN FRANCISCO. ;Ss- commission of acta of war against TURK HKH. "Wo dropped halt a dozen shells i Canada. near the guns on the McTavls's silenced them before afterdeck and BOND BROTHERS BUY We had VIOLATE Bhots wero fired. NEUTRALITY LONE IN THE ATLANTIC BIG TIMBER TRACT planned to give her a torpedo In case we did not sink her by shell fire, What is said to be the finest tim"The McTavish could have been Federal- - Jury Makes Investigation Tells of the Battle In Which the Clan ber tract in Western Kentucky was saved but for her own crew. Wo Anil Many Arrests Will FolMac Tnvish was the purchased last week by Bond Bros., wanted the vessel for the cargo she low as Result. Victim. of this city. carried, and wo requested that she It lies near Greenville, in Muh surrender without a fight. Had she 'ii.?'7ryt lenberg county, and contains 2,600 her officers and crew would done this Feb. 9. Fifty-nin- e acres. iae price is wunneia uui is San ' Francisco, Norfolk, Va., Feb. 8. Lleut.-Han- s have been landed here with the oth- Federal indictments thirty-tw-o known to be at a high figure. Bond Berg, who with a crew of forty-tw- o crs. charging violations of American Bros., negotiated for the property Germans, brought tho captured' Brlt- "Her officers were taken on board neutrality, directed against German several years before consummating Ssh liner Appam to Hampton Roads. Moewe a,ong wUh probably ten consular officials here, the Turkish Us purchase. . onlv kno; of my after a voyage of over 3,000 miles mnn . . consul general ahd steamship agents, Nearly all of the timber 1b fine tho Canary Islands, talked of , own knowIedBe that tw0 men were and twenty-seve- n ;tfroni 'against immigra- White Oak that Is very valuable. The captured tho tho German raider that klIcd QnQ of them d,ed on the Ap. tion officials In connection with the price amounts to many thousand dolvessel and tho voyage of the Appam. j pam tho geC()nd day a(ter tho baUjo attempted smuggling of eighty-si- x lars. Ellzabethtown News. He declined to give a description of Wo Jandod threoother wounded men ' Chinese into the United States last ft I Moowe. the here. mall 1 Pardons Wife Shooter. November from the Pacific "Sho Is a good vessel." he said. hQ Moewe had flne man kllled--Sh.Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 8, Governor steamer Mongolia were In the is better than tho average craft when WQ ,o(t her hef cfew wag hap. tod&v of tho United States Stanley today pardoned Albert Sprott we call freighters, i wouia ieei us py. anu mere was pieniy ui District Attorney's office. It wan1, of Campbell county, serving a sensafe on her as I would on a cruiser. and coal. i. which The Corbrldge, hev,wouid be returned in oDen tence for shooting his wife, on whose She cannot bo sunk easily and sho was with her, Is the best of . court tomorroW( wUen arrests would testimony he was convicted. can fight oh, she can fight terri- tho freighters we captured. Sho P - follow, jThe Governor said he khad befo're bly. peared to be a new vessel ana ner . Th indictmentB against the Ger I him Mrs. Sprott' s confession that Did you really come through tho decits Bre heavy and well protected, j man consular officials, who include hef testimony was false. Kiel Canal on the MoewoT' he was. 8be BOuld be armed as a commercial Franz Bopp, tho consul, general, were et . Wy Maddox, Mary Long, Eizle Alle,. Charllo Fulkerson, Ross Whitler, BY SLACK John Durham, Sr., ct al., contlaa ed, on account of smallpox in vlcifel" ty of defendant. Bruno Frey, continued pending WITNESSES WHO FAIL TO AP- - decision of Court of Appeals. PEAR HEREAFTER WILL BE Same, continued on motion of th SUBJECT TO FINE. court; Ep RIsinger, dismissed. Robert Daugherty, dismissed. John Tom Edwards, dismissed. CIRCUIT COURT CONVENES .Following set over till Saturday: JliOGE Jesse Fulkerson, et al., ClareHff e a . ' destroyer." asked. "That, my friend, is a war secret. ( Do you think a vessel with guns fore and aft, with mines, torpedoes and INTERVENTION IN ammunition of many kinds on board, could got by many enemy warships? MEXICO FAVORED If you believe It Is possible to do that, say wo camo from Kiel. then I will We did not grow In the Atlantic r ocean. Wo did not find guns on tho BY GERMAN MINISTER, ACCORD. INQ TO LETTERS TAKEN shores around the Canary Islands, FROM PAPERS. and what ammunition wo got off captured ships would not have sunk one of the, vessels we captured.:. v "Wo were In tho Atlantic London, Feb. 8. Interesting adwe sank the seven ships you ditions to the Von Papen corespond-enc- e have heard of. You will hear of othare contained In a Parliamener's that havo gone down from shells tary paper which gives the transla-iinnf nil tlin rinmimtmts taken fired by tho Moowo. But don't you think tho British from" Cnptaln Franz Von Papen, the lU0 former German military atacho at flect will capture ana sinic Moewe?" Washington, and the full entries of "They will not know her. Sho has hs bank acC0Unt, with flown tho British flag anu passeu . (foka nnd stubs. British warships before. Sho has The only reVelatIon historically .answered their signals. Sho has told jmportant Is that Admiral Von HIn- them thnt there were no uerman tze, who was German minister to ships around. Sho can give any name Mexico, In the spring of 1914, favor;she likes. She has no namo that they ed international intervention. can see. the former Captatn Karl Boy-E"If tnoy chase ner It will bo a flno German naval attache at Washington race. I would like to see It. She will wrote to Captain Von Papen opposrun them perhaps all the way to ing Admiral Von Hlntze's view and America. She is so fast she could strongly defending President Huer-thave captured the Appam If we had .advised Capt. Harrison ten miles Colonel Herwarth, of the German away that we were coming after him. staff, wrote that the American mili"We had the most excitement on tary attache at Berlin, Major January 11, when we sighted the who left Germany early In Brjtish steamers Corbrldgo and 1915, was the bearer of letters to almost at tho samo time. Wo German officials In America, decided to tako both shlpB at once, A letter from. Edward Lyell Fox, nnd wo started first for the Cor- an American correspondent In Berbrldgo. Wo signaled the vessel to lin,, contained an unfavorable opinatop nnd fired at her. Wo went for ion of the American ambassador, tho Farrlngford. Wo kept our for- James W. Gerard., ward guns trained on her and after Prince Hatzfield and Rhld Seldon-buruns lm the Corbrldgo. Tho Corbrldgo of New York, wrote concernwas nearer and we were sure of tak- ing the "stupidity nnd Idiocy of ing her. Tho Farrlngford tried to Americans" whom tho latter termed ;get away, but wo ran her down "Yankees." nbout 4 o'clock In the afternoon. Wo wero dropping shells near tho SOCIETY WOMEN WHO all during tho chase, and did GAMBLE "LOOK OUT" not stop until site hoisted a signal Ky., Feb. 8. SoMadlsonvllle, of surrender. Wo brought both vessels near nnd ciety was "slapped right in the face HopkinB Circuit Court sent a boarding party to each. Wo yesterday. blew up the Farrlngford with a fow convened in Madlsonvlllo and Judge mines. The Corbrldgo was still Carl Henderson, of Marlon, In giving afloat when I last saw her. Sho had his Instruction to the grand Jury, a good supply of coal and we need urged that body to investigate solong-before ni J es d, -- a. Lang-hom- e, Far-rlngfo- rd g, Cor-hrlil- L ed It. "Tho capture of. t'ao other steam-ber- s was not Important. We were disappointed in most of them and lost one of tho ships wo .wanted most. "We sighted tho Clan McTavish on Sunday night. January 10. It was .warm and the sea was not rough. We showed no lights and sho was easy :to overtake, We had tho Appam then And we darkened all lights on her. The McTavish appeared about five miles off our starboard bow when we first slgted her. We had heard wireless long before r 3m4 been In communication that. She with the jtppsm and we brought her nearer .;, .6 y v ciety gambling. He said much gambling was carried on in tho homes and members of bridge clubs tako home prizes won in tho game. Judge Henderson said this was gambling and told the grand Jury to investigate every case and to "Indict every woman found guilty of tho act.' The Judge told the grand Jury too much was wasted on petty cases of the poor negro crap shooter while society gambling was passed over. It was the society woman who could Influence the citizenship more than the other clasa and it was the card table in the home that should be tabooed, "Investigate this, Indict them, and .At..!.. Va .t.l.t hav. AJIOAA BtlA ,11.1 then go after the poor negro, and svet kaow the Appam was our prise. this UwleMBttjM will be stopped," ire 'were v?oa nvr oeiorw we he Mid. Wood-bur- n, Nothing Sensational Yet Developed DuralU Robert Greene, Harry Claude Graves, Clayburn WII Big In Possum Hunter Cases son. Crowd Yesterday. Herman Morris, set for 14th- daT of term. Claude Allen, et al., set over to 6tk The Ohio Circuit Court convened day. In the opening session in the court Oscar Durall, continued,, with athall Monday morning for the first tachment for witnesses. HnlA nnrifr JtiriirA fllnrk nnri thn Red Tom Autry, verdict of Jary, Judge has made a good Impression not guilty. by the able manner In which he has Same, dismissed. handled all cases thus far called. John Frog Autry, dismissed. He shows no partiality in his rulCharley Alvey, hung Jury 11 to 1 ings' .and la exceedingly well posted for acquittal. on the law. Commonwealth's Attorney Smith and County Attorney Plays to be Given for Men tit Crowo are handling the prosecutions Trenches. with credit- - A large crowd was In Paris, Feb. 8. A company from town yesterday to witness the pos- the French National Theater leftfor sum hunter trials, but most of these the front today to give a series ot will come up' later. productions Just back of the lines' On account of the continued ab- for the entertainment of men from sence of Witnesses Judge Slack an- the trenches. The programme to nounced to the attorneys yesterday largely comic. morning that hereafter when .witnesses failed to report he would issue' atjury as a result of a nation-wid- e POST OFFICE tachment and have witnesses brought DEAF MUTES SING into court and fined for refusing to x. Justice into bomb plots and neutralRULES IN FORCE obey the court's procedure. This rulHYMN AT ing seems to meet with the approval ity violations, which involved Interof practically all local attorneys. ference with, shipments of munitions The following named gentlemen of war to the allied governments and.'; OWEN8BORO. DESIGNATED AS were empaneled as grand' Jurors for MINISTER PRAYS WITH FINGEK0 the furnishing- - of coal supplies' tft DISTRIBUTING iPOINT FOR the February term: Ira Wnlttihg-hll- l, , WHILE 100 MOURN IN German warship's in the Pacific' SiX COUNTIES. Alva Carter, Jno. Barnard, Lafe are tho first the The Indictments government has attempted to obtain Grant, Homer Llndley, Seth Payne, ft. Trtirr T, TIiiIta Wnrfh against official representatives of powers in connection with--, 4 ThewOwensborc , postofflce has been M JohnBontW M.Flener.Mr. Geo. s, One; hundred friends distributing M Johngon wds dealgnated by the deslgnated.s:the cen its efforts to curtail the activities' of Miss Jvey J. Meyers, gatherd to .. court as foreman of the grnad Ju -engaged in the alleged1 plots.' paini ui weep in silence "it" herfuneral ser uu itancocK, uuuer, unio, Aftef elaborate lnstructlon8 by judge vices at Christ .Church... Cathedral Searching Inquiry. Muhlenberg counties. This order be- - glacki the jury reUred t0 the.Jury yesterday afternoon. Not a word was The indictments voted against Im- came effective on last Tuesday, but steamship was not announced officially by Post- rooms, where Mr. Alva Carter was spoken, but their grief was expressmigration officials and chosen as clerk and Mr. W. M. Fle- - ed in the language of signs, the only men followed a searching Inquiry In master Laswell until Saturday. ner sheriff of the grand Jury. means given to them to communl; wholesale traffic In to reports that a Mr. Ilaswell stated that this same Thn fnllnwlncr nnmed eentlemen cate their feelings. contraband aliens was being carried service was being put Jnto effect, inl fao BUmmoned t0 appear had The service was conducted by Rev. on With the help of steamship off- all of the larger postofflces through- - 'eaday( been Becond day for. petlt jury James H. Cloud, also deaf, who exicers and the connivance of federal out the country. Heretofore, the gen- 8firv,co were empaneled for this tolled the dead woman with the lanofficials. United States District Aa- - eral supplies for these, counties have ylz . Carson Park, Len' C. guage of- - the mutes. Tears usuall m torney J. W. Preston said that W. been sent direct from the department, CHnt(m Rowe- Blvla Smlth( shed with cries of grief were- - acF. Boyce, 'Assistant United States at Washington, but under the present Leach iWUUam Howard( c c: Moseley, O. companied OPly by the sorrowful gesImmigration Commissioner; four im- arrangement the postmaster at Ow- Elvis tures. migration Inspectors, W. H. Thorn-le- ensboro will furnish the supp les R T,nsleyt Durard Tichenor, - As Rev. Mr. Cloud prayed wltii ,ni Qeo Early( Jamea Carter customs house broker; M. H. from the local office. There are 128 . , Fd , his fingers the' mutes bowed their Hunt, Robert Paul, J. J. Richards, fourth-clas- s and nine third-clas- s ye Lee Jame(j BaUe jew. .heads. As he began the hymn, nearh W. S. Scott, officers of the Mongolia, postofflces which will receive sup: Lay ton Williams, Cecil er. My God, to Thee," from bfs idP I ell ShulU, as well as fifteen Chinese, were plies from the- - Owensboro postofflce. Cooper, Thomas Andersonv ger tips", thoy Joined in the anthem. among those indicted. Owensboro Inquirer. Ko cases were set down for trial .n Interpreter stood beside Mr. While the Indictments against the e . for Monday, the first day. This time cloud and translated the movements unexpectconsular officials were not INDIANA MAN FINDS: wast taken up in preliminary, mo- - 0f bj8 bands Into words for the few ed here, some surprise waa manifestANIMALS FROZEN TO PLOW itlons, &c. The cases set on second mourners who could hear. ed today over the largo number of 'day's docket have been disposed otj mi88 Meyers djed Friday Jn Sul true bills, which indicated that the Tnri Vah Sovmnnr RWhfn follows: Filed away with leave phur Ok., where she Was an Instruct- government had completed the San ... .. . imiaru auid. u nauuci auu iisuct- - ; . reinstate: ; tomm. vs xiaram. i tor In a school for tho deaf and Francisco investigation of the con- man. entered an imDlement shed on ' , dUmb- spiracy plots. The following were a farm in thelowlands, north of hereTnrnaeflr " C,Ud Everett ' among those against whom indict- he discovered six rabbits, five minks Wa8,hingtn' D' C' and Lovd Rober ments were voted: and one weasel hanging by their fore continued, John Render Franz Bopp, consul general of Ger- &Wb! S.1. VUi ( OVVWVM nf cfool nn n " wmcu ouo ue,u m UUUUQUIU. olnn uwwa va Globe Democrat. many; Baron E. H. von Schack, vice plow. Being unable to understand . continued. The following Com'th. cases were consul for Germany; H. W. E. Kauf- whv thfiv did not scamDer away UDon , , Otis Ament, HE SUGGESTS SHOOTING w man, chancellor for the German con- ... .i 'continued for process i.,i-Fred FEEBLE-MINDEsulate; Maurice H. Hall, consul gen- found that their feet were frozen to Porter Evans- - E.Tere" Qxx JURORS Sweeney, and Shelby Morris, et al. eral for Turkey; Frederick- Jebsen, the steel. ) Com'th. vs. John Nelson, el al.-- 3 former owner of tho steamer Mazat- The shed was partially tilled with San Francisco, Feb. 6. Shooting' Ian; Johannes H. von Koolbergen, al- water during tho recent flood and it default Judgment entered against of "some of our feeble-minde- d Juryleged agent for the German consu- Is believed that the little animate Hershael Nelson for $20. men" was suggested today by Judge late; John and Julius Rothschilds, look refuge In tho building from tho Com'th. vs. Mrs. Geo. Ford Frank P. Dunne when a Jury In the wholesale grocers; George and James high water. When tho water reached stricken from docket. Flood, steamship agents, and Robert the place where they remained they vs. Lon Lindsay 2 cases) Superior Court freed Mrs. Malcena Com'th. Dyott, tried for the second time for Capelle, general agent of tho North were compelled to swim and finally same order. Taylor peremp- wounding her husband, Samuel Dyott Steamship Company. put their front feet on the steel bar German Lloyd Com'th. vs. Bill In a quarrel. Boston Used As Base. of the plow to keep their beads above tory Instructions by the Court at the Judge Dunne recognized among Boston, Feb. 9, Federal authori- the water. While in that position conclusion of Com'th. evidence and tho jurors several who recently acties were engaged today with re- and before the water subsided there defendant discharged. quitted In his court Mrs. Mary Com'th. vs. John, Durham, et al. ports that Boston was being used by was a sharp drop in temperature and charged with killing Michael continued. Samo vs. Wm. Combs, German sympathizers as a base for as their feet were wet ice quickly Welnsteln, a crippled peddler, who Aw-trtho direction of hostile activities in formed, holding the animals secure- samo order. Samo vs. Archie sho charged, bad Insulted her. same order. Canada. ly. "If some of theso feeble-minde- d Cases of tho Commonwealth vs. Reports of this character have Ablo decided to take one rabbit women who go around Bhooting men been current for a long time, but home with him, but when ho at- folowlng named parties, result as would turn their weapons upon, some given below: Today-fo- tempted lacked official confirmation. to remove it the fore-leg- s Jurymen the of our feeble-minde- d Mrs. Geo. Ford, stricken from the the first time It was admitted by were torn off, so securely did the world would be better off," he said a government employe that typewrit Ice hold them. He Intended to re- docket. when he received the verdict. Lon Lindsay, same ordor. ten copies were made of dictagraph turn the following day, but during Jerry Clark, statement filed and records alleged to have been obtain the night the weather moderated, Still Is Captured. ed at a meeting place of men under The ice was melted and the animals stricken from docket. Mlddlesboro, Ky., Feb, Deputy Bill Taylor, verdict of Jury, not suspicion. This admission was cou released. When he returned they United States Marshal W. H. Garrett, guilty, pled with the asurance that It would were gone. The following cases were continu- assisted by O. J. Thompson, captured Identity of tho aube denied If the ed: Otis Ament, Porter Evans, a 'moonshine still in the Craks Creek Marriage' License. thor was made public. George' W. Anderson, E. L. Toms, Dundee, to Cordle John Render, Eyerett Guy, Fred section of Bell County today. The United Sweeney. Shelby Morris, et al., Ira still was brought to Mlddlesboro' and States District Attorney, went, to May Lee, Hartford, R. 1, Llles, Beaver Dam, to Nel- Cook, Arthur punean, Horace Pierce, ' placed In the basement of the new Yesterday Washington on Monday, Luther Rufus Clinton, Arthur, Cooper, Alton postofflce. This makes the seventh Edmund BlllBgi, collector of the lie ChauYln, Beaver .Dam. V. G. Morris, Horse Branch, to Parrls. Goebel Parrls, Claude Graves, "monsblae" still found In that- sec- port, followed Mr. Anderson to the 'Murray Crowe, ' Lorease' rHamIltoa, tloa within the last year. etfpltol. - Their loeal 'oSeea would- - Mary- ,Aldrldge, Horse Branch.. .. on fc Tit I m 4flW FUNEift any-foreig- n hr. deaf-mute- A B. ". uia y, I . . - "7?" ?J 7 LIT "" 1 5f - .t' .'if Pa-ml- as, y, . - iT K f u i 4 f ii i. fc R 4 I- fe r. !i H k-- '.'if r. p . PI Pi I- -, rt. $ ! t it I 'V. irnnriia. who are armed only with . prlmltlvo bows and arrows. MAN ROCKEFELLER TO Bringing up the rear are the foot soldiers, baggage pack mules and the bo used In AID WORST BOY HUNT FOR VILLA machine gun, to should they dislodgundering tho bandits take to make a stand In some mountain fastness, once they are cornerIlELENT. ed for the kill. Squal, lean little men WILL KEEP PROMISE MADE TO LEADER OLD-TIM- E r MOTHER JONES' DURING lkssly .pursued they are. Dut theirs Is tho leanness GOVERNMENT TROOPS. STRIKE. of the mountain wolf. They can outmarch any army In the world with trot. their shuffling stiff-kneSlouching on one side of his Mex- TO MOUNTAINS TAKES - SELECT YOUNG CONVICT i lean saddle rides Den. Carlos, Cabecos, master of the hunt, who was ,. Wi.i....t in.,." Picked from a hundred eager com- . , Will Seek Pardon nnd Then Try to "ironi uuiiio i.iii.iv .I........ ...- .- w uiuuucia iui iu i Aro Instructions Given to Reform Murderer of , ho was born In these mountains and, Soldiers. Three. tivo Ms nnnrrv. . knows- every Inch of , ., ,....- - ...- ' trail and every mountain lair. Up on the crest of a sugar loaf, Chicago, 111., Feb. 6. Tho young El Paso, Texas, Feb. 5. Gen. two eyes watch the approach of tho e hope of hunters. The cye3 arc those of a est lifer, ln Jotlet, Herman Coppes, Francisco Villa, tho convicted of the murder of Mrs. Mexico, has faded Into the past, and Villa outpost, and tho bandit-generIn his place stands Doroteo Arranjo, ' himself with his followers will be Maudo Sleep and her two children, blood-thirst- y bandit of the Sierra warned In time to change their camp. will bo freed from the penitentiary It will be many a long day before if the efforts of John D. Rockefeller, Mad re Mountains! Jr., "Mother" Mary Jones, Jack Rob-biHistory is repeating. Blood is tell- Pancho is caught napping. brown-skinne- d and Attorney William A, Cunnea man of ing In this towho Is now tho object of Has Used Chamberlain's Cough Rem- are successful, It was learned tho hills, day. edy for 20 Years. the greatest man hunt on record Coppes Is 17 years old. Three "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy greater even than the trailing of old Gcronlmo across the Mexican boun- has been used In my household for years ago he shot and killed Mrs. the past twenty years. I began glv- - Sleep, dropped her body into a cis dary by United States troops. lng it to my children when they tern and then, fearing that the chilPrice On Villa's Head. Slnco the Santa Vsabel massacre were small As a quick relief for dren would tell his crime, killed the i of Americans, there has been a price croup, whooping cough, and ordinary two with an ax. He confessed tho Sandal-cla- d troops colds, it has no eqaul. Being free murders, was "tried and sentenced on Villa's head. have shuffled out of Chihuahua City from opium and other harmful to Jollet for life. Nearly two years-ago- , a militiadrugs, I never felt afraid to glvo it and Juarez to take up the trail. to the children. I have recommended man at ona of tho Colorado Fuel "Don't come back without Villa dead or alive!" Gen. Trovino told his It to a large number of friends and mines, controlled by the Rockefelcommanders. He smiled as he Bald it, neighbors, who have used it and lers shot and killed Harold Snyder, lin .,. Ua ....,.. ... Vlllfl Wnilld tlftVAr o- -. tiltrTilw rt. If " TtrrlfOC Mrs, twelve years old .His death did more ananlr ...(,-- ., t -- v. ...... " .., come back alive. That is not the way Mary Mlnke, Shortsvllle, N. Y Ob-- to bring young Rockefeller to the mines to personally Investigate conof the mountain men, and the out- - talnable everywhere, ditions there than anything else. law knows every foot of trail, every While the younger Rockefeller was .. mountain lookout and every cabin . ln the Colorado mining district he stronghold In the Sierra Madres. iLINlULN YUItKa III met "Mother" Jones, friend of the uanuury is no new game wun vii-l- a. As a boy he was driven back Into BE BANQUET GUESTS laboring people. He had' reason to fremember tho meeting for "Mother" these same hills of the Guerrero dis- ' Jones termed him the "Murderer" of trict, and forced to turn bandit to save his life from the Diaz Rurales, Harold' Snyder. Mr. Rockefeller told Mother Jones who hunted him as only one bandit ARE INVITED TO ATTEND CELE- BRATION AT LOUISVILLE, , to find the worst boy, to spare no excan hunt another. FEBRUARY 12. pense and to send all the bills to Reversion to Type. him. Villa's metamorphosis from a Mex"Mother" Jones came to Chicago ican General, in gold lace and dla- Did you vote for Lincoln? recently. It was natural that she mond-smedals, to an unshaven, If you did you may bo a guest of ragged, dirty bandit has been a clear honor at tho L,nco,n Banquet the should meet her friend, Jack Robblns big brother to all wayward boys. She case of reversion to type. (Lincoln Protective Club will give at tvnen ue was onerea an amnesty, the Seelbach Hotel, February 12, at told him of Rockefeller's offer." "I know the boy," Robblns said. which lie knew was only a Mexican 7 p. m., which will be atended by And he told her of Herman Coppes trick to make him a victim of the William Hale Thompson, Mayor of the youngest "lifer" In Jollet penitenfiring squad, he showed his yellow Chicago. tiary, the youngest life prisoner in teeth like a wolf nnd hissed back at Mayor Thompson will be one of the any United States penal institution. ' the courier: speakers. His subject will be "Ken"Go and tell them to come and tucky and Illinois; Their Great Con- He was called the worst of bad boys. And yet, Robblns knew he could be get me. I am here. I will be waiting tribution." reformed. with a reception so warm for them Tho Rev. R. B. Grider, of Louis"Mother" Jones wired Rockefeller that they will never se Chihuahua ville, will deliver the invocation, that the worst boy had been found. City again. 'judge George DuRclle will, act as what Sho told n m iuu answer ui me ueaiie.uuu toastmaster, Hon. E. T. Franks will reclaim himlife and itto would cost to make recomthe diplomatic Pancho. have for his 8ubJect ..Was u Worth Doroteo, not tho of the Army tho Cost? Judg0 Edward c. 0'Rear pense for Harold Snyder, murdered the Comamnder-in-Chie- f ln Rockefeller's coal fields. of the North. will respond to the toast, "If Lincoln Rockefeller's answer was terse. All of Villa's veneer of civilization Could Come Back. the Hon Edwln "Spare no expense necessary." Atscrape, p Morrow wm have for his subject, has dropped from him like a torney William A. Cunnea, was insay men who have seen him since ho "patriotism." formed of the situation and he betook to the hills. He no longer shaves. A11 the Lmcoln voters win be seat-Theis vermin In his clothes and ' ed t0Bether at a table near the speak-hl- s gan immediately an Investigation, of bristly, hoglike beard Is many ers. table Inasmuch a3 Llncoin was Coppes' incarceration. Upon tho acweeks old. adding a sinister look to voted for the lrst tlme , 1S60 and tion of Governor Dunne and the Board of Pardons depends the sucmouth. his ugly face and satyr-lik- e the second Ume ln 18C4( nono of the cess of the plan of John D. Rocke.. Wild Animals Abound. jj Llncoln voters can be under seventy- Mary Jones. Nature has set a stage for this three yeara of age So tney win form feller, Jr., and "Mother" If tho Governor consents to grant manhunt that Is awful In its rugged a venerable and distinguished com- w Coppe3 a pardon, "Mother" Jones ' grandeur. There are no man-mad- e pany at the banquet. wants it to be a full pardon with no roads. This is the Gurerrero district Republican Committee Called. strings attached to it. '"where the very name (war) brands The Republican State Central Com"I don't want him to come out of its human offspring. Great, shaggy mittee will meet In Louisville, Febanything of the prilions pad thru the soft ruary 12, to arrange details for tho the prison with mountain son on him," she said. "Wo want to pine needles of the mountain sides. State convention to olect delegates give him a chance, something he Wolves howl the nights out and sing to the National Republican Convennever had before." their song of hate to each other from tion, which will be held here March Mr. Rockefeller feels responsibilpeak to peak of the Mother of Moun- 1. At this meeting the committee will ity will not end with the boy's libertains. select a temporary chairman for the ation if it is accomplished. He will Against such a background, hun- cenventlon. stand sponser for the young murderdreds of little brown men in slate-gra- y er until "Mother" Jones is assured uniforms and with sinister NURSE COMMITS SUICIDE ho Is a man worthy of a place among Mausers strapped across their broad, AFTER GIVING WRONG DRUG real men. little backs, tramping, tramping, Pittsburg, Pa., Feb. 5. Tho body tramping, day after day In search of Liven up Your Torpid Liver. of Miss Hazel Schocnfelt, age 20, of npple-shape- d one lone Individual whose To keep your liver active use Dr. head Is moro precious than Altoona, was found floating in the King's New Life Pills. They lnsuro Allegheny River hero today. dare-dev- il prospectors the gold tho Miss Schoenfelt, who was a stud- good digestion, relieve constlpa'tlon, search for ln the upper regions of ent in the school for nurses at tho and tono up tho whole system the mountain streams. There Is order in the apparent dis- Allegheny general hospital, yester- keep your eye clear nnd your skin looking. Only 2Cc. in the Sierra day gave medicine, prescribed by fresh and healthy order this man-hu2 ono of the hospital physicians, to tho at your Druggist. Madres. For weeks these samo little wrong patleut, according to Herbert men have been covering the mountain inch by' inch In u great drive-- , Beamer, who yesterday relinquished FASHION TIPS FOR THE LADY READERS and now thoy have forced Villa and hi3 position as superintendent of tho the his 300 tarnished Doradoes Golden Institution, and who Identified n hats aro hero and Tho Guards back and back until they body. Miss Schoenfelt admitted her er- among the most attractive and popu-a- r giant trap, formed by the aro In a of theso aro sailors mado both of four walls of a mountain range and ror and was dismissed. Sho at onco cut off by a raging mountain river. put on a heavy coat, and hurrying patent leather and of kid. Tho brims to" the river, three blocks away, walkof many of these uro lined with Cuter Advauco Guards. First conio the Taramara Indian ed Into tho water until It covered her straw, and they am trimmed simply ecouts, some naked except for a soil- head. Pedestrians who witnessed the with 'bands and buckles. The crowns ed breech cloth. As they go, they act from a brldgo, were unable to aro low, tho brims rather broad, and wind In and out of tho plno trees save her, and her Identity was not altogether thoy aro very smart. Now straw hats aro of tho popu.and rocks, keeping away from the disclosed until tho body wns recovand' squatting low to blend ered. lar toquo shape but yery high of trails crown made higher by stand-u- p tholr brown todies with tho landtrimmings of not or ribbon to the scape. When they are forced to cross height of a foot. an open placo, thoy patter a FOR FLETCHER'S Acordlng to ono woman tho girl which raises a cloud of alkaline dust who does not wear all of tho sailor to conceal them; and makes any hats and all of tho pink and roso colIU Difficulty. watcher ln tho mountain tops think Is the whirl of a "sand devil" "There is one thing contrary about ored gowns that sho can pile on while !. she is young, is going to spend the a ship." blown about by a passing wind. years of middle and. old age ln rain "What's that?" the Taramaras, they carry Unlike for they "It Is when she's tied up she can't regrets. their carbines with them, Thore are many wonderful sales of cover the Indian advance nako knots." laces at this season and among tho on INSTITUTE sorts found the bargain counter ed ,,..... ..- one-tim- al ns aro edges of linen sluny six Inches wldo with Insertions to match which will do splendidly for the linen bed covers and every housekeeper now makes. Palm Bench sets consisting of a whlto silk hat, scarf and little bag to hold the Inevitable knitting, are' now on display on (he counters. Covers for card tables mado of which looks llko Belgian linen but Is not, and finished with a narrow cents. laco edge, soil for twenty-flv-o Thcro are even reductions In china and theso should certainly be taken advantage of, for as every housewlfo knows flno china Is moro expensive and harder to collect than silver. The cape, ranging In slzo from the ono that reaches to the shoulder to the one that extends far below the waist, Is an Important part of the n gowns. If news from Paris is to be believed the materials for summer gown will ho lovelier than ever, with voile still Immensely popular. ma-terl- an mid-seaso- SSSS& ONE $4.00. YEAR SIX MONTHS $2.00 v $J COURIER - JOURNAL Daily By Mail (NOT SUNDAY AND S FARM and FAMILY MAGAZINE AND A GREAT MONTHLY DURING JANUARY FEBRUARY ONLY Special Rate Period Limited to These Two Months. . To Cure ClUldren's Colds, Keep child dry, clotho comfortably avoid exposure and glvo Dr. Bell's Plno-Tar-Hon- It Is pleasant, soothing, antiseptic, raises phlegm and reduces inflamatlon. Tho first dose gives relief, continued treatment with proper care will avoid serious Illness or a long cold. Don't treatment. Don't let your child suffer. Get a bottle today. Insbt on 26c. at Dr. Bell's do-lPine-Tar-Hon- ay 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 Druggists. 2 m FOURTH CLASS POSTMASTER EXAMINATION xT DUNDEE Feb. 2C The U. S. Civil Service Commission announces that on the date named above an examination will be held at Owcnsboro, Ky., as a result of which it is expected to make certification to fill a contemplated vacancy- - in the position of fourth class postmaster at Dundee, and other vacancies as they may occur at that office, unless It shall be decided in the enterests of tho service to fill the vacancy by reinstatement. Tho compensation of the postmaster at this office was $277 for the last fiscal year. Age limit, 21 years and over on the date of the examination, with the exception that ln a state whero women are declared by statuto to be of full ago for all purposes nt IS years, women 18 years of ago on tho dato of tho examination will bo ad- iV BERRY D. WALKER, COURIER-JOURNAL ULenrtfoarcd, K.y. CO., Louisville, Ky. et 0$$sro$s$svs$4;$$ra&v0 Special 30 Days' Offer Here lW)SWVWWWi It Is night Off the Batl THE DAILY EVENING POST HOME AND FARM BEAUTIFUL 1915 CALENDAR THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN All One Year for Only . mitted. Applicants must reside within the territory supplied by the, post office for which the examination Is announced. The examination is open to all citizens of tho United States who can comply with tho requirements. Application forms and full information concerning the requirements of the examination can' be secured from the postmaster, at Dundee, or from the U. S. Civil Service Commission, Washington, D. C. Applications should be properly executed and filed with the Commission at Washington at least 7 days before the date of tho examination, otherwise it may be impracticable to examine the applicants. U. S. Civil Service Commission. GREEN RIVER ASSOCIATION TO GO OUT OF BUSINESS Owensboro, Ky., Feb. 5. The Green River Tobacco Growers' Association is preparing to go out of business at the end of the present tobacco season, about June 1. This statement was mado this morning by W. president and general G. Rlney, manager of tho association. What disposition will bo made of tho loose leaf floor system, which tho association controls, Mr. Rlney could not stato other than say that there will bo no loose leaf house operated under the name of the association. "It is ovident that the farmers want a now organization," said Mr. Rlney, "and It seems that tho now association recently organized Is going o meet with tho approval of tho people." CHANGES IN RULES FOR BASKET BALL O., Feb. 5. Oeorgo Cleveland, Hcpbron, representing the Amateur Athletic Union, nud authority on basketball rules, hero on a speaking trip to basketball coaches and players,' said today ho 1b considering a suggestion for a change ln the rules of the game mado to him by Karl Klst, local Y. M. C, A. physical director. Klst favors dropping tho present method of tossing up the ball to the centers at tho opening of tho gamo and after each field goal. Ho would substitute tossing tho ball la from tho side lines, Just as is dono when it goes out of bounds, This, be says, would do away with the advantage which a tall center gives to a team, and would permit a team to consist of five athletics rather than four experts and one "string bean." $3.00. THIS OFFER IS ONLY GOOD UNTIL MARCH Now is 1, re 1915. the time to take advantage of this wonderful offer. Address all orders to The Republican. Hartford Ky. I V9$$$S$$9$S$$3ro tory. The tubo in four section, ar-FIGHT rived hero from New York aboard a steamer which traveled around Cape Lexington, Ky., Feb. 5. A gen- Horn. eral battle has been fought on Rough Tho sections of tube, which with and Tough creek ln tho Floyd coun- their cases weigh 47,250 pounds, ty mountains news reaching hero to- were refused by railroads for shipday by visitors from that remote sec- ment becauso thoy were too wldo tion. for flat cars and too high to go thru Anso Miller was shot dead, Louis some transcontinental tunnels. Miller, Harrison Miller and Alfred Work on tho lens which weighs Miller badly wounded, John Mead- - four and a half tonS. has been in hows and Walter Osborne, members of progress several yedrs. It will bo the opposing faction, aro reported ln completed early next year. jail at Prestonburg. Meadows was living on land claimed by tho MilChurches to Advertise. "i Dloomlngton, Ind., Feb. G. Tho lers. Tho latter, It is alleged, armed Uloomlngton Ministerial Association themselves and attacked tho house. has voted In favor of a campaign of Meadows and Osborne, being warned, advertising for tho churches of tho barricaded thomselvcs and tho battle city In the dally newspapers. Tho raged somo time, tho attacking party first of n series of ads appeared tolighting behind trees and rocks. Tho day, occupying a n space. house was riddled with bullets. The churches have doclded to continue the experiment throughout tho year. Wouldn't Leave Jnll, Norrlstown, Pa., Feb. 6. A dinner of stewed lamb was tho bribe that finally induced Giuseppe Zopra, of Ambler, to leavo the county Jail hero and go home, after ho had already been freed. Operated by Tho day after Zepra was turned out a froe man Warden Roberts Hotel Company found him sobbing on the stops of tho jail. He said he'd been treated Under Now Management bo kindly and tho weather was so T. QUISENBERRY. bad he preferred to stay ln jail. three-colum- BULLETS FLY TRUE IN MOUNTAIN vr .. mtd-teaso- Planters House Planters Jig-dan- Children Cry CASTORIA aro to Hates $1.00, 91.25 and 91.50 per Day To Erect Huge Telescope. Meals 95 Ceats. Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. 5. PrepDest In tho city for the moneyi arations were mado to freight up the steep trails of Mount Wilson a huge Special attention to the traveling-- . soctlosal telescope tube, which, with public. the largest lens In the world, will be Insulted at Carnegie Solar Observa OVENSBORO.KY. & 'x A. . H.&j fj&. hope to win commissions in tho regMILITARY ular army. "Military Instruction Js given at tho expenso of tho Swiss Confederation SYSTEM OUTLINED by a special instruction corps. Recruiting schools are established In x different cities throughout the land FKATUnKOFOniilGATOUYTRAIN- - and, whllo thcro is no cliolco in tho service, each man is at liberty to INQ IN SWITZERLAND whether he would llko to belong HKT FOItTII. to tho Infantry or cavalry. Cavalry soldiers generally have to provide their own horses. START AT THE AGE OF 8 "Men intended for tho Infantry days in a have to servo for slxty-flv- o school for recruits; cavalrymen havo Every Citizen Physically nnd Men- to serve for ninety days; field nnd mountain artillerymen seventy-flv- o tally Vit Is Llnblo For. days; transport men, forty-tw- o days, Service. and ambulance men, sixty days. Swiss Military Law. "According to the new Swiss miliof the Swiss system of Features obligatory military training aro set tary law, passed In 1907, tho cavalforth and explained In tho following ry and all to forces of tho Aszug article prepared for tho American. have to take n yearly repetition Defense- Society by tho official Swiss course lasting eleven days. Previous bureau in the United States. One of to 1907 tho cavalry only had to attho Interesting facts pointed out in tend yearly exercises and the other connection with the Swiss system of services had their repetition courses military training for national defenso every other year. The Landwehr is that military training starts with forces now have their exercises every boys 8 years of age In tho schools. four years. n "Special courses and training nat"While It is a fact, of course, that Switzerland Is a neutral urally are required In tho cases of State- - and that her neutrality was soldiers who are desirions of advanc guaranteed long ago by her neigh ing to higher grades. Officers of the bors now Involved In tho war tho re general staff receive their Instruc- public has never taken any chances, jlon in Berne and regimental officers "Switzerland fully understood that havo their courses in the military jff If it wanted to prescrvo its neutrality collcgo In Thun, whllo a training It was necessary to safeguard and school in Basle undertakes tho tuidefend it. Before Belgium fell a tion of the sanitary troops. prey to her Invaders tho Swiss had Position ns Crack Shots. taken precautionary measures against These rigid rules and tho natural a similar fate, and that their tactics enthusiasm of the Swiss for rifle havo been successful so far is proven shooting, aro responsible for tho unby tho fact that Switzerland Is still rivaled position they hold In the the ono blissful haven of peaca In world as crack shots. There is hard Europe. Whllo Switzerland is by no ly a village which has not Its rifle. means an advocate of militarism, the club and local, cantonal and federal very presence of lour powerful and shooting matches are held at regular d neighbors obliged It to Intervals. adopt a system of national defense. "It is Interesting to note that In Tho expenditure for such a defense tho year 1900 on tho ocsasion of the had, of course, to bo kept as Tow as Federal shooting match in Lucerne, possible, and yet, on tho other hand, thero were four champions; in 1904, In order to stand any chanco of suc- nt St. Gall, there wero thirteen; in cess, tho defenso schemo had to al-- - 1907, at Zurich, thero were twenty-Bove- n, low for tho placing of largo masses und In 1910, at Berne, there In tho field. were 128. 'And these aro just a few of tho nation's best shots, for many Swiss Army. "Tho Swiss army is a citizen army. men who could produce equally high That means every Swiss citizen Is results do not possess the necessary liable, to do military service If he is means to tako part In a Federal physically and mentally fit. This ac- - match. "Tho extent of interest In these counts for the fact that Switzerland, with a population of 3,800,000, mainta- Federal matches can be Imagined ins-tho largest armed force in Eu- from tho fact that Berne, In 1910, gallery stands numbering 300 were rope proportionately. Franco comes second and Germany In use. At every stand were from, and Sweden third. Tho other coun- thirty to forty men watting their tries .maintain from ono soldier to turns. Some of them waited fen or every 110 Inhabitants, as In tho caso twelve hours. In the same year the Rhcnlsche Schutzcnfest took place In of Great Dritaln. 'Statistics show that tho per capi- Karlsruhe, Germany, for a district ta cost of the Swiss army 1b about five times tho size of Switzerland, 12.25; of tho British army, $4; of and there only fifty gallery stands the French army, $3.35, and of the wero erected and rarely more then The per capi- threo men watted at a time for their German army,J2.10. ta expenditure of the United States turns to shoot. army Is about $1, and, according to Great At Rlflo Practice. statistics,, this country possesses an "In tho same year, 1910, there army of 176,016, including tho Na- were a total of 44,000,000 shots fired tional Guard, all noncombatant In ritlo practice In Switzerland with troops and tho Coast Artillery Corps. Its population of 3,800,000. In Ger"Tho Swiss military forces," the many, with a population of 67,000,-00article goes on, 'consist of threo difthero wero only 30,000,000 ferent divisions. Thcro aro tho so-,- ." practice shots fired, and in France, called Auszug or 'elite,' the Land with a population of 40,000,000, only wchr and the Landsturm. To tho 20,000,000 shots. Auszug belong the youug men from "These facts explain why tho Swiss 20 to 32 years of ago; to tho Laud-wc- marksmen show a well-nig- h Infallitho soldiers from 33 to 40 ble nccuracy and why Switzerland years of age, and to tho Landsturm was ablo to retain for tho sevenstho men from 41 to 48 years of teenth time out of eighteen the world age. championship on the occasion of tho rifle shooting contest In Viborg, HolSwiss Citizens. "Swiss citizens who are unablo to land, In 1914. It may be rememberdo their military service because of ed that, In 1913, the Swiss were vicresidence in a foreign country, havo tors at Camp Perry, Ohio. The ono to pay a regular military tax. Previ- world's contest they havo lost was ous to the war this tax watt 6 francs held In Turin, Italy, In 1898." "Ono of tho noteworthy features per man per "year, but it has been doubled, temporarily, on account of of the Swiss army," tho article goes tho nation's great expenses brought on, "Is Its mountain force, chiefly and experon by the war. In addition to this consisting of seasoned modest tax there Is also a taxation ienced mountaineers. The annual at the rate of 1.60 francs per 1,000 maneuvers performed by these men attention, as they francs of private fortuno and, In cer- receive world-wid- e cases on every 1,000 francs of call for feats of endurance which are tain halt of an Inheritance coming to a far beyond average human strength,. man from his parents or grandpar- For Instance a battalion of 600 Alents. Tho .maximum military tax In pinists had to deliver an attack on normal t'mes is 3,000 fmucs yearly. an Imaginary enemy in occupation Tho jiipxlraum under temporary wur of the Eggishorn, a mountain 9,625 feet high." taxation is 6,000 francs. How Swiss Solve Problems. "At the ago of 8 yeara tho Swiss schoolboy, begins his course of puil- Special attention is called by tho cal training, which Is gradually de- American Defense Society to tho inveloped until he Is sixteen years oil. formation following. It gives a brief Ttun .ome the cadet corps, In wMuu but clear account of how the Swiss lite boy? undergo all tho preltmluay havo solved the problem of clothing, exercises and when Jlcy receive arming and keeping track of their tnorouKh and systematic instruction invisible army, which, nowhere to be seen one day, is every present, watchin line shooting. ful and grimly ready the next. Smaller Weupon Used. "The Swiss Confederation enrolls The rifle used in tho cadet corps Is, course, a smaller and lighter model the engineers, guides, sanitary and of than the regulation army rlflo. Rifle administrative troops and and the practice for tho youngsters is accord- army trains. The cantons recruit tho ed In regular military fashion, Includ- infantry, the field artillery and caving range and field work. Prepara- alry. Tho cantons furnish the unitory work for young men between forms and equipments, for which the ages of 10 and 20 years Includes they are reimbursed by the Federal athletlM, marching, care and use of Government. The latter supplies the 4r the service rifle and target practice. arms. Every man is allowed to keep Thaw preliminary training courses his rlflo and uniform at home and we tskeri usually by young men who , when the mobilization order Is given SWISS de-ci- the entlro army, can bo ready for acr WHY THE NEGRO'S tlon within the shortest notice. yearly Inspection of arma"The COLOR ment nnd enulnmcnt at which every ''SKIN IS OF soldier, without exception, has to ap pear, Is an effective preventativo against any possible neglect In that ADVANCES THEORY FOR BLACK line. However, thcro Is no fear that MAN'S COLOR RED a Swiss soldier would In any way WHEN HORN. neglect that which has been entrust ed to him by his country; his rlflo is nis noiiuy anu nis unuorm receives Tho baby Negro Is not born black. tho constant care one would glvo to Even so long ago as l?65'Le Cat noa precious pet. ticed tho newly-bor- n Negro is of a "Only tho Instructors, the general reddish color. That observation has staff and a few other officials receive since been frequently a regular salary. Tho officers are Is now pretty widelyconfirmed; nnd known that, paid only for tho short period they though the baby Negro begins to upon for training, and the are called follow In tho footsteps of his parents common soldier, when on duty, has as regards color within a few days all Jils expenses paid and besides that after his birth, yet at the moment of he receives a dally compensation of birth ho shows a disposition to as16 cents. Recruits recclvo a dally pire towards tho Causasian race, becompensation of 10 cents. ing white, or at worst, red in hue. It is generally assumed that the chief For Rheumatism. lot all the causes of a Negro's black As soon as an attack of Rheumaness Is J IB JB- - IS n DM Reducing trie Cost of Upkeep l Bill Bearing" t Long" Weiring THE INSTALLATION of well-know- v tism begins apply Sloan's Liniment. Don't wasto timo and suffer'unncces-sar- y agony. A few drops of Sloan's Liniment on tho affected parts, is all you need. Tho pain goes at once. A grateful sufferer writes: "I wa suffering for threo weeks with Chronic Rhoumatism and Stiff Neck, although I tried many medicines, they failed, and I was under tho care of a doctor. Fortunately I heard of Sloan's Liniment and after using It three or four days am up and well. I am employed at tho biggest department store In S. F. where they employ from six to eight hundred hands, and they surely will hear all about H. B; Smith, San Sloan's Liniment. Francisco, Cal. Jan. 1915. At all s2 Druggists. e LITTLE MONTENEGRO 18 PLAYING HER PART Do you well-arme- 0, hr " remember the newspaper Jokes, about tho time when Montenegro declared war on the central powers? It looked to tho outside world about llko Patagonia declaring war on tho planet Mars. And now, after less than a year, the curious little mountain kingdom is In tho very center of tho stage. Of all tho "cruel and unusual" forms of Do You Find Fault With Everybody? punishment inflicted on the geogradisposiAn irritable, phy classes in the grammcr schools, tion is often due to a disordered the most cruel is generally recog- stomach. A man with good digesnized as the "Balkan States," and of tion is nearly always good natured. all the Balkans Montenegro is the A great many havo been permanentmost Interesting. Its total popula- ly benefited Ty Chamberlain's Tabtion Is about that of St. lets after years of suffering. These n Louis, and It has been a tablets strengthen tho stomach and despotism, under tho rule of- - a sin- enable It to perform Its functions gle dynasty almost continuously naturally. Obtainable everywhere, m since It fought for and won Its freedom from Serbia in 1389. In the, BRIDGES PATROLED TO meantime It has been claimed by PROTECT U. S. SHIP various other powers, coming under the sway of the bishop princes, being New York, Feb. 6. Extra police nominally subjugated by both Italy guards were stationed on the Brookand Turkey; but the Montenegrins lyn and Manhattan bridges today at went on their peaceful way, never tho request of Rear Admiral Usher, recognizing the fact that they had commandant of New York Navy been conquered. Yard, It was announced at Brooklyn With Scutari It was different. This police headquarters to d the next-doneighbor of tho "Black passage' under the structures of the Mountain" is almost equally moun- United States cruiser Washington, tainous, but it has a long stretch of which arrived at noon from Haiti. seacoast, and Its. chief industry for The police said Rear Admiral Ushcenturies has been the manufacture er explained to them that he desired of arms and ammunition, of which tho extra guards as a precautionary tho Balkans always stand In need. measure against the possible dropof ping ot bombs on the cruiser as she Henco Scutari, the ancient-se- at government of Illyrla, was pounded passed under the bridges. by tho Turk until It had to yield. In Tho action of" the Rear Admiral of 1878, the Balkan shake-u- p was clouded In mystery at the Navy tho ono valuable seaport, was yard. Commander Frank B. Upham,. wrestled from Scutari by Montene- aide to the Rear Admiral, declared gro, and in this transfer tho big powtonight there was no reason to susers or Europe slapped Turkey on the pect that any one contemplatedhurl-in- g wrist. Globe Democrat. bombs on the Washington, and that no request had been made ot DcafneM Cannot B Cureff the police for additional guards on by local applications, ai they 'cannot reach the bridges. th dlieaacd portion of tho tar. There la The cruiser Washington which will only one way to cur deafnew, and that la Is fault-flndln- the hot sun beneath whose moro or less vertical jays ho is doomed to live. There is, however, a physiological condition of the skin which differentiates that organ from the integument of the white man In other words, thcro is a difference In what is known as "pigmentation." "The Negro," says a scientist, 'possesses a moro developed vascusystem than we lar sudoriparous do." 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Phelps, writer,""who la method ot Increasing tho yield ot selling "wood by measure" to the ' labor from any given group ot mus- - THE ELITE PRESSING GLUfl I VI 41lA Tl All 1 0Vl A natives while in North Colebrook alna la JnoAiIKAl A. Iva Nail, Prop. Revue. According to an abstract In delving for typical New England HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. characters, caught a deer in his arms. Die Umschau the author, Weber, Tho deer, weighing 150 pounds, claims that in practice a gain ot from was being pursued by Jogs, and was 22 to 40 per cent, is obtainable In tho WILL YOU nearly-exhauste- d when he crossed a amount ot work done. The device is TAKE glv'en brook. Mr. Phelps had little difficul- extremely simple. When the group ot muscled has reached the ty In holding the deer. Mrs. Phelps objected when her husband released point ot exhaustion, due to the actho animal, because she said she cumulation of tho products ot fatigue A Trsalienl they are allowed to rest, whllo an wanted him for a pet. ' far WEAK entirely different muscle group Is . set to work vigorously, The energetic LUNGS or contraction ot theso muscles causes I CONSUMPTION an increase in heart action and circulation, and the strengthened current For Infants aad Children blood thus sent to all parts ot rellel In Yoars ot body partially restores the work- A quick pilm for tint tired, aweati. leelior. hemortho In chet. night cought, Always bean rhage!, weak luon or coommpllon. II It ooa ing power of the first group ot must feels yoajt coili you netting. the cles by carrying away fatigue toxins LOCK BOX OHIO MEDICAL CO, and supplying oxygen. Car-rlngt- on Deafness by constitutional remedlea caused by an Inflamed condition of the raucous lining; of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube la Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It la entirely closed. Deafness Is the result, and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Us normal condition, hearing- will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which la nothing; bat an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Mall's Catarrh Cure. Bend for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, Ohio. Bold by Druggists, lie. Take flail's Family Pills for constipation. - be relieved by tho Tennessee In Hal-tle- n waters, will sail from here to- 'morrow for Portsmouth, N. H., where We she will be used as a training ship. e Ladies' and Men's Garments 0.E.TAYL0R.C.E. Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage v Design. DR. HART YRTRRINARY SURGEON" BEAVER DAM, KY.' 1 V 0. E. Office OUR James Taylor's Livery Bora. GERMINAL REMEDY CASTOR Um Fr 0vr30 A KkP Electric Bitters .over FOR ONE MONTH tun-dow- a Succeed when everything else faBe. In nervous prostration and fumaU weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. 8aturof SFZISTTZ?. FOR KIDNfYiLIVEIYAND STOMACH TROUU.I k to the best iscxHelM ever mU a druggUt's counter. X "N . 1 l 1 hMMMMMmw. V A ' ' """ "" " IM H ar tf o rd rutotMl fl tor.1. Republican. K.. iMTortlnsr to In nt t.s rnstofflc. m uull nnttr or in iw Editor ALLISON J. HARNETT BARNETT, Associate Editor JgXILL Address all communications The Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS address mut ' to unon a business footing and operat ing upon profit and loss. Honesty GEN. is a branch of that foundation of all morals, honor. It gets Its food FAMOUS and nourishment from honor. But honor claims no relation with tho honesty acquired for profit, and he who lives upon a pauper's mite is far GALLOPED DOWN STEEP EM- richer that tho possessor of millions BANKMENT TO ESCAPE CAP- obtained by an effected honesty. TUBE BY BRITISH. PUTNAM'S JtlDE Hbribr desiring tb gtT the oM nddrvss pr ent to a new In making Ue per III tor enoh additional Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions nn.l Card of Th per lis, money In ndrnnce. Chreh Notices for eerrlces free, tint other drertlsements, tc per line. Anonymous communications will recelre Bnslntss Locals nnt Notices 10c per line find 5c nlie no V?J t f . 'I i w R- P H .- 1- There was never a braver or a more partrlotic soldier than old Israel Putnam. His undaunted courage TSLBFUOITSO. ..133 0X3OibS)zlOLSldL ...mm .... won for him the respect of every... CO jraxsaera' iXiatMotl.....-..- .. body, and in no way was 'this better displayed than In his famous ride FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. down the hundred steps when pursued by British dragoons at West For President 1916 Qreenwiich in 1779. CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS, The daring act of the Yankee comof Indiana. mander has been one of the moot points of the anecdotal history bt the s American revolution. The feat was, Mr. Ford announces that he has a Means and Comment. however, recorded by a revolutionary plan to stop the war. Now, new (By Frussell.) soldier, who shortly after the dash Isn't that Just too nice? Louisville, Ky., Feb. 8. 1916. examined the hoof prints of PutWe are entering into the spirit of nam's horse on the soft earth of the After working the G. O. P. leaders g point concern hillside and later Interviewed one up to tho preparedness by gathering up all the ing his intentions, T. R. hied himempty cans we come across. of the pursuers. The folowing story Is a verbatim self the other , day to the Bermuda That Louisville man who broke copy of the diary of Jeremiah Selk-ri- Isles for a six weeks' stay. This Is a jail and returned for his clothes eun-.r.Jof Derby Narrows, Conn., a sol- way all his own ot kindling up tho WHY THE COMPARISON'? modesty get the best of him army, who camp fire and leaving the pot to boll The Democratic newspapers now dier In the Continental or left a bottle of gasoline In his made the investigation which he re- while he looks on through long range a days are very fond of comparing " pocket. field glasses. The home coming will Mr. Wilson and Col. Roosevelt, but cords: glv-je- n "General Putnam was In the neigh add new interest, new life and more we notice they always make their Indiana Democrats have been surprises. He Is more advertised, authority to place the name of comparison upon what the Colonel borhood of fWest Greenwich In Feb- more admired and more feared than The would have done, apparently over ruary or March of 1779. I was there TVoodrow Wilson on the ballot. April, and heard any living American. presidential bees swarmed In the looking the fact that Roosevelt's rec- the first week of the story of Putnam's ride and went old tree from which the one term ord Is there In black aud white. We Old time interest 'is being maniare not championing the cause of Mr. to see the traces of the horse's foot plank was sawed. In the Republlcann State ConRoosevelt. We are not for him for steps. The horse's hind feet struck fested about a foot to the right of the top vention to be held in Louisville France reports that her export the Republican nomination. But d trade to the United States has reach-e- we will say this, should the Colonel of the hundred stone steps. His first March 1st, for the selection of deletwo; billion franci during the past be nominated upon the Republican leap was about twenty feet, when gates from the State at large to the ear of bloodshed With this enormous ticket at the Chicago Convention he struck and made another Jump National Convention at Chicago on amount going to France under these we would have no conscientious scru of six, feet, and made the second June 7th. Tho entrants so far seeking the circumstances what must we expect ples against voting for him. But leap of nearly thirty feet and was Wilson and his wel- while we are not for the nomination down the hill. His pursuers stopped honors for the four places on the it peace finds delegation are Edwin P. Morrow, Ed. still in of Roosevelt we are not so bitter to on the top of the hill." come Jiarbors of free-trad- e He then relates how tho escape C. O'Rear, Richard P. Ernest, Wilpower. wards him that we can see the menwas made aware liam Marshall Bullitt, Augustus E. picture, painted by the Demo- was made. Putnam suggested last week that in tal of the presence of the British. He Willson, John W. Langley, while We crats, of Saint Wilson, standing case your hen was fined fof running aloft, so noble and so grand. Poor visited a Tory family who lived near Phil Brown, the negro editor of Hop- the at largo she be permitted to lay It Teddy! You, who would have rush- the place to gain Information. He klnsvllle, seeks by place on the dele precedent goes to out Now we are In receipt of seve- ed madly into the scrimmage. Yes, hitched his old black horse at the gation which from our readers, post near the door of the Tory and tho colored Republicans. ral communications Wilson saved us. His great knowlwanting to know what to do with the edge and foresight kept us out of walked in. The old man was out, but iT who unLoulsvlllo Republicans ooiterV We recommend that the to his wife Putnam said: . we were not prepartooster' pay oft his own fine. He war. He knew "I have heard that General Clin- fortunately are lacking in local leaded to fight and therefore did not ton was coming this way," said Put. ership, are floundering around with Jjas a bill, you know. fight. 'As I was once acquainted with him two or three factions playing for poWhat t. farce! We are not for in the old French war I should like sition in the patronage game being Saturday night the annual banstaged ready for the advent of a Re quet will be given In Louisville by war. We would deplore war as to see him." If lhe Lincoln Club. This will be a much as anyone, butuponour National "The old Tory saw the horse at publican administration in 1917. why should reat night for Kentucky Republi- honor was trampled the post and ran to General CHn-ton- 'a They have been fortunate in reaching as speeches will be made by we refuse to defend it because we information one satisfactory conclusion which cans house with the orators from both Kentucky and In- are not sure of victory. If we were that General Putnam was at his will mean the choosing of. Wm. Hey-burand A. T. Hert for district diana. A special effort is being due to fight, If it was our duty to farm. Sergeant Servant, of Clinton's jnade by the committee to have pres- fight, why didn't we fight? staff, was given orders to take six delegates to Chicago. They are both ent all the old citizens of the State Ye gods, don't answer, "because men and run to the house and plant Intense in the faith and unselfish In we were not prepared." Insulted up- a sentinel at every door and window purpose and will not be swayed in who voted for Abraham Lincoln. on the street would you put the mat- and let no man go In or out of the Judgment either by Impulse or emoThe Caldwell Chemical Company, ter oft and take a month of house. He did as he was ordered, tion. of Evansville, has received an order swinging the dumb bells and punch- and Btood himself by Put's horse. for ing the bag until you felt certain of from the French Government Tho fight between Governor Will-so- n Putnam looked out and saw the ser $450,000 worth of picric acid, used victory. No, you would Jump tho geant standing by the horse and, beand Marshall Bullitt for preferGov- enemy right then and there, even low a troop coming up. In high explosives. The Russian ment on the Big Four promises to be ernment wants 15,000 barrels. This though he were twice your size. "Landlady, please lend mo a great Interesting. Both' have influential of is Just a sample nearer home on the When the thing was over you might coat,' said Putnam. I am a little chil- friends here and out In the State acbe scarred and bruised, licked com- ly.' He took down the loop of hl3 and the chances are good that the business being thrown to us count of the European war. Yet they pletely, but with pride intact. cocked hat. 'I believe I seo him com- 272 delegate votes from the Fifth mi us that the Wilson administra If we were called upon to defend ing. I. think I'll go out and meet him, District in the State Convention will be about equally divided between tion hasn't had a chance; Stop the. our honor we should npt have stood referring to Clinton. war orders and we would all atiena back one second because we 'were "Ho opened the door. "Good morn- them. our ' the funeral of business, but by not prepared (Belgium didn't) but ing, sergeant,' said he. be stopped short should have put up the, best we had, mourning would The Lincoln Day Banquet under "Good morning,' said the sergeant, mapreparing at the same time. If we 'please your honor.' the auspices of the Lincoln Protecthe birth of a big Republican did not have cause to fight, tell us, " Pray what company Is that com- tive Club, to be held at the Seelbach jority. show us, point out to us, for mercy's ing up the road there?" Hotel next Saturday evening, the nonnhilpflns. don't forget the Coun sake, where Woodrow Wilson de"TIs his excellency, General Clin- 12th, will be the occasion ot a gathty Mass Convention which meets at serves any credit for keeping us out ton, and his staff,' answered the ering of Republican big wigs from uu lhe Courthouse In Hartiora, ivy., the of war? over the State. Mr. John W. Langley sergeant. Feb. 26th, at 1 o'clock, p. m. for " Ah, said he, 'I have been wait- is coming from Washington to whir! purpose of selecting delegates to the What Must Be Expected? ing some time to see the gen'l. I his hat in the delegate bull pen and Atb, district convention which meets Just to show how European cheap was acquainted with him In the last incldently exchange greetings wMi witrnhethtown. on Feb. 29th., and laborers have found a way to get French war. I think I will mount my his lriends and Icw the landscape. at eald Mass Convention delegates their goods into this country to par- horse and meet the gen'l.' The young Republicans ot Lou'x-vlil- e Conwill also be selected to the State who organized the Lincoln alyze home manufactures, France 'Sergeant Servant said Putnam vention which meets In Louisville, exported to this country last year bounded onto his horse, which stood Club deserve much credit for Ky.. on March 1st, 191C where and 1,237,000 francs' worth more of soap with his head down, his ears lop- the good work they are doing in to go when delegates will be chosen than in the previous year under a ped forward, but tho moment he was b.'in&tng the old jnd new guard toto Chicago on June 7th., 19 10, which Protective Tariff; 1,060,000 more in astride his horse's ears were up. gether for a better understanding nf delegates will assist In the first step milk, butter and cheese, which of With one bound he was l'n the road. H:lr duties in tha work now befovj toward our nation's preparedness, course will bo pleasant news to the The house-guarthe rescue of government of Gen'l Clinton hapjoot only for defense, but peace, home dairymen: 6,000,000 francs were within ten rods. They started, flora impractical control and the respiness, prosperity and will also help more of leather goods, which our and before Put's horse got under toration of Lincoln doctrines by Linthis great Nation back upon the high Wisconsin Free-Trad- e leather mer- way they were within two rods of coln students and Lincoln followers. pedestal where once it stood amongst chants will read with suppressed ap- him. He pulled for tho steps, they the Nations of the earth, by selecting proval of their Free-Trad- o Presi- fjred upon him and shot through his The Stanley administration Is practhe next Republican President of this dent; and other products, such as hat as ho went off the steps. Tho ticing forced economy, Just tho kind Jtepubllc. automobiles, In like Increased pro- stops were about tho descent of a an assignee should practice with a "Honesty Is portion. Reading tho abovo facts, steep staircase. The bank was loose bankrupt estato In hand. They are When the old saying, unfortunate In so far as resources what must wo expect when peaco 100 gravelly and the best policy," Is carefully weigh- again gives the French Republic op- and The guards about back to feet are concerned In having succeeded a went the down. wanting and ed it is found woefully coun- houso. The gen'l, in conversation, administration ot tho Democratic en seaway to this Free-Trad- e should never bo suggested to our try? said to Sergeant Servant, 'Who went usual Impractical sort. They aro by through youth as a motto to follow e tradition good spenders but poor from the house?' life. Honesty Is tho best policy. "I do not know and please your producers Just as in a larger sense TAX NOTICE. There Is no question about that. But case with the Washinghonest merely for Is that Taxes excellency, I supposed It to have Is now the the man who Isnot honest at heart Notice yearhereby given now due to been one of our guides,' said the ton administration. 1916, aro for the policy's sake is sergeant. at any and "will bear watching, forhis poll-c- y tho City of Hartford. Those desiring It is reported that Jas. H. Ham-mo"It is the very man I sent you to escape payment of penalties should ia likely to chango time he ot Jackson, Breathitt county, to keep. Pray, what wero your Yet wo hear this old saying in pay at once, as the penalty goes on hero Is to bo appointed as one of the asdemanded Clinton. orders?" the BChool room, from tho lecturo all unpaid taxes on April 1st, 1916. at the Na"Ah, gen'l, I remember now, but sistant sergeants-at-arm- s HOOKER WILLIAMS. platform anu occobiuuu.., .. I ho was ono of tional Convention in Chicago. This I was confident that of IL la simply putting honor jllrt ttentlon hair-raising, et n, The old fashioned chronic knocker is essential to any town. Just as essential as tho most cheerful optimist. But tho knocker Is born, not made, and It Is" tho self-maThe knocker that Is so disgusting. man who should really be a booster, yet ho knocks. Ho doesn't stop to consider how much more cheerful he and those" would mako himself around him would he dwell upon the cheerful side. Every town has Its drawbacks, every town Its assets, and every time you find a flaw here you will find something objectionable In some other town to cancel It. 'The only hope for the man born to do thlncs Is to do those things. He can't hope to rank among the first In the ranks of the knockers for all the study he may give the subject cannot overcome the natural talent born In tho chronic knocker. He belongs In the other class. The boosters need him and there is the field for his labors. As for the chronic pessimist, Just leave him alone. He's a mere "It", betongs somewhere.and sometimes brings things to our notice that might otherwise go by unnoticed. GUARD WAS A BIT TARDY Clinton Sent Compliments With New Hnt to Replace ono Torn By BuUct. a. forgot my orders enour guides. tirely,' said Servant. .1 "I am afraid you are a bit tardy,' said the fcen'l. "Thnt was General Putnam, the very man I thought to I have cauKht. I know him well. should have treated him like n gen ; tleman and have been pleased to hnvo seen him, but he has given us the slip as ho turned to his officers and laughed. "'TIs said General Clinton sent his i compliments to General Putnam with a new hat." This is the true story of tho epi sode, and not the one frequently printed as having occurred in Con k Louisville Post. necticut. 1 I TT rm xmt,m wr wmmm .Hiiiim IK jazm LHHtf J J AVPE-B.&vHHHLLIIIIIIIIIIIVLVijj - mmBrr Notice. To vhom It may concern: The firm ot Dexter & Baker, formerly doing a business In tho town of Beaver Dam, Ky., was, by mutual agreement, dissolved on tho 2Sth day of May, 1915. On said date F. O. Baker sold hla entlro Interest in said partnership business to Otho Dexter, the said Dexter assuming the payment of all indebtedness against said partnership and all notes and accounts duo said firm should bo paid to Mr. Dexter. 30t4 F. O. BAKER. fl WHEN YOU ONCE BUY QUE SHOES YOUIL BUY THEM AGUN yoU'LL .STYLISH THEY ARE. BETTER. WHEN YOU SLIP THEM WILL FEEL So EA.SY. YOU WILL STILL BETTER, WHEN YOU WEAR,' THEM BECAU.SE THEY WILL GIVE Y'oU LONG HARD WEAR. THEN YOU WILL ALWAYS COME BACK To UJ FOR YOUR SHOES. WE HAVE ONLY HIGH QUALITY JHoEJ AT LOW PRICED. BECAUSE SEE HOW LIKE THEM ON THEY LIKE THEM YOU WILL LIKE THEM WHEN YOU y CARSON Si CO. INCORPORATED, r Hartford, Kentucky. in recognition of tho splendid services he performed in managing the campaign ot Adams and Kash in the 23 Judicial District last fall (Breathitt, Lee, Estill, Wolfe.) This will be welcomo news to his friends who observed the energy and tact he displayed for his local ticket, which resulted in success for them with a Increased vote for the handsomo whole Stato ticket as compared with the State ticket four years earlier. Wo do not recall a time In tho piKt when tho whole State was so united for ono candldato tor President as now. There seems to bo no AMONG THE CHURCHES. doubt that Vice-Preside- nt Fairbanks . Pro-'ectiv- e ns to use it ft,, will be uppermost in the mind of every delegate to tho State Convention and that tho twenty-si- x votes being sent to Chicago will be for his preferment over all comers. Ho is a strong factor and ono to bo reckoned with in the stretch, for Kentucky the faithful. wants him; she knows'a good runner There will bo services at tho Bapand Is willing to back him now and tist Church Sunday morning nt 11 In November. o'clock and Sunday night at 7. There was no deliberate purpose to A protracted meeting will begin at refer in this to Washington and Its unfortunate transient statesmen, but tho Baptist Church In Hartford Monit is not out of place to commend day night, Feb. 21. It has not "been the recently expressed views ot tho determined who will assist the pasPresident that a protectivo tariff tor, Rev. Creal. should remain on sugar that the country needs a tariff commission Immensely Profitable to Canada. and that we should strengthen, tho The Canadian lumbermen and do- military and naval army ot tho gov- tato growers are reaping a rich harernment in keeping with our place vest from, the Underwood Free-Trad- o among natoins and to disagree with Tariff law. To the two Puget Sound him on Ills renunciation of tho Bry- ports of Blalno 'Suraas mora one-teran plank in the Baltimore than 350,000,000 and shingles came In platform, and his evident desire to from ' pay out ot tho already depleted year British" Columbia during tho 1915, whllo 1,305 cars of lumtreasury, $26,000,000 to Columbia ber entered by way of Blalno alone. and to grant her free tolls through On tho 20th of January permits wero the Panama Canal. Issued at Olympla for tho admission Our Uncle Sam, who built tho of 180 Panama Canal was by President Wil- British carloads of potatoes from Columbia, SInco January 1 son and his administration told that and up to January 20, the Canaho could not have tlie free use of it dians had shipped 370 carloads ot for his own ships, since the potatoes Into tho Stato of Washingtreaty prescribed that ton, What all ships should be treated alike In ton loses. Canada gains WashingSuch Is tho operation ot premises. Now how can free the a Tariff rights be granted to Columbia ex- .shingles law which puts lumber, and potatoes on tho freo cept by a psychological transformalist of tho benefit of foreigners and tion of Judgement In reversal ot a to tho Injury of American produc-'or- s. precedent? But in Tho Underwood law Is worth this Mr. Wilson is well trained and i hundreds ot millions of dollars to well adapted to changes which to uanaaa. his mind aro most popular aud convenient. An Obbervunt Child. Teacher What is water?" Wllllo "A colorless fluid FOR FLETCHER'S I turns black when you wash m I Rev. B. W. Napier delivered splendid sermons to his congregations at the Methodist Church both Sunday-mornin- g and evening. The subject of the morning sermon was: "Tho Choir of Faith". Text "By faith Moses when was come to years, refused to be called the son of Pharo'ar daughter; choosing rather to suffer affliction with the people of God than to enjoy tho pleasures of sin for a season; for he had respect unto tho recompense of reward." Tho subject was very ably discussed by tho pastor and many favorable comments were heard on the sermon. Rev. Napier urged tho congrcga-- ? tion to attend tho night services In larger numbers Sunday night, pointing out that thero was llttlo Inspiration in preaching to empty pews. Tho night service was also enjoyed byj ' Children Ory & CASTORIA hands." Panther. youiH i1 stt ii lnfHsil "T-F- " .lis during the year, 1,797 showINSPIRATiaif. ed malarial Infection. rate among whito persons was abovo DESPISED BY EUROPE eight per cent, and among colored (By Fluko McFIuke.) persons twenty per cent. In two What In Sam HUL makes juar counties In the Yazoo Valley, 40 and ererfaat- Inhabitants pre- wlfo'B feet bo WAR CORRESPONDENT TELLS OF out of cvery 10 Ingly cold anyway, r bn& pwxdea BCntert evidence of the disease. CONDITIONS HE OI1SERV- Striking as the above figures are George, I didn't Just exactly j:i Attll JAD. If wo told you wo they are no more remarkable than your wife, I mean wives gCHeraSty those relating to tho reduction In speaking. nre selling gold dollars' Speaking of cold fecC two C&(br Now York, Fobruary 6. Other the Incidence of the disease follow- which gets our goat fs to-- hacss o ing survey of the Public Health for fifty cont3jfe nro voyagers from Europe have said that wife ram her cold kneca. lata at 34 places In, nearly every Americans were unpopular In Franco small of our back amt spread ibnse sure you woud turn and 'Englandbut Richard Harding state In tho South. In somo in- self snmo ley cold lino fa nlC over stances from an Incidence of fifteen Davis, nuthor and war correspondyour nttontio'r&to us. per cent, In 1914, a reduction has our shins and calves. reir fraia ent, raised the statement to tho last knees to tho tip of our thCB at. mm degree of emphasis today when he been accomplished to less than four and the same time, when: Tin bm-cu- ry WoIIjavo ar&iiot doing or five per cent, In 1915. arrived on tho White Star liner Balhovers around noUiingv alter Ono of tho Important scientific tic. this, but to mnko a discoveries mndo during the year wo havo spent an hour or sals, talc"When you meet a man on tho was In regard to the continuance of ing ourselves good and JiaC long story short, let us other side you havo to take fifteen Sure Sign of the Farm Department. minutes to calm him down after you tho disease from season to season. Ed Barrass, Doc Plrtrc Titwlcyi Over 2000 Anopheline mosquitoes In tell you tho tiulh of Mrs. C."nr Smith very charmingly tell him you are an American," DavJim Lyons and that oHf croonl eC arranged a six o'clock dinner, at her is said. "They don't hate us they malarious districts were dissected, chronic Fishermen pulling: nuE tisir uV mild tho "matter. during the early Spring months, home on Frederlca street, as a sur- save that for tho Germans. They dewithout finding a single infected In- old rusty fishing tackle,,. corBrxtec prise to Mr. Smith in honor ot his spise us. winter has loft us too sect, and not until May 15,-- 1915, grape Juico and scooping; ux eserr Wilson's Picture Hissed. birth anniversary. The guests were old rusty tin can found! ihi tirfr was the first awaiting him on his arrival home 'many Overcoats' Wo "In England the recruiting sta a mosquito parasite In the body of paths. discovered. The Public at tho usual dinner hour. The tions have big signs in front of them Health Service, therefore, concludes Yes, one other goad need tho CASH, and decorative flowers were pink carna- reading: "All Men Who Are Not 'Too that mosquitoes in the latitude of the we lamped John Moore in tawu. tte tions and ferns. Tho color scheme Proud to Fight,' enlist here." At the other day with an oyster cair. Tot fete "possibly" yowmay-neepink and white, was very prettily Coliseum Theater in London one Southern States ordinarily do not pocket and worming around, general, carry tho infection through the win carried out. Tho flowers were lovely night I saw tho pictures of the rulers ter. This discovery the overcoat, so at the Indicates that ly, with old friends. Dinner was of various countries flashed on tfo pink la Franco buds. The Ohio Circuit Court fs fir protection from malaria may be seattractively served In four courses screen. When President Wilson's porthis week and it Is our aofafaa prico we quote you becured by treating human carriers and was very pretty and enjoyable. trait appeared there was a solid hiss with quinine previous to the middle privately expressed, that saftt! Cawfc Delightful music was rendered on tho from tho wholo audience. low, it is like buying of May thus preventing any Infection Is being run, by as we Judge: Stock piano by Miss Bulah Palmer. Covers 'There are two reasons for their from chronic sufferers reaching mos- methods. Judge contempt. One of them, they hold, Is gold dollars- at fifty were laid for the following: County Judge Jno. B. Wifsaaptso-c- d quitoes and being transmitted by R. W. Slack, Mr. W. H. Barnes, Mr. that tho United States Jias meekly a crow in tho County AttorwgTB " them to other persons. cents. H. P. Taylor, Mr. S. O. Keown, Mr. suffered all the indignities of GerAlthoug quinine remain's the best office, it's our notion that said Cmr C. E. Smith, Mrs. C. E. Smith. many's submarine outrages and has means of treating malaria and is al- will caws evil doers somo troxHe. spent her time protesting indignant so of marked benefit In preventing Here's luck to said Crow oa be lKea Friday and Saturday Only. ly against tho cotton embargo. The :f Style" Clothes infection, the eradication of the dis- at the Soda has advanced $1.00 per keg other is that they believe wo arc'' mm . ease as a whole rests upon tho defor 10c. false friends. $10.40 ADMINISTRATORS NOTK36I. but we will sell you Young Men's Balmoran Overcoats sold for $15, now struction of the breeding places of Coffee has advanced $1.50 per 100 All persons having clalnw agafaat "You know the French army found Anopheline mosquitoes. Young Men's Dalraoran Overco its sold for $12.60, now. . ,v.$8.05 The Public you tbs, but we will sell Dor Overcoats, former prico $12.50, now.. that when it bought shells from Health Service therefore, Is urging the estate of C. M. Barnett dwrrriL Men's good Coffeo for $1.25 or including The Hartford RepmbEoM. $0.05 American manufactures a number of, a deflnnlte campaign Overcoats, sold for $10.00, now Men's of draining 4liA Dunlin a1 ntin.it If hA LJI- Peaberry for $1.75. $5.05 are hereby notified to prwen Overcoats, sold for $8.50, now Men's "uul" uw", """ standing water, the filling ot low ;"" ..$3,10 Salt has advanced but we will sell the mouth of tho gun. They bought place8 and the regradlng and train- - same to the undersigned, at Boys' Overcoats, ago 9 to 10, sold for $4.00, now you a barrel for $l.GO. Office in Republican Building-- . Hart$2.08 Boys' Overcoats, same, sold for $3.50, now. Biiut'H iruiu us ana iouna wax. iney ing of streams where malarial mosKy., on or before March. SSSl Sugar has advanced but wo will were made of paper Instead of leathquitoes breed. The oiling of breed- ford, If interested, call. Many other lines we are closing sell you s for $0.50. er, 'Such things have become gener- ing places, and the stocking of 1916, or they will be forever learcM. Persons knowing themselves tz ft Lard has advanced but we will ally known and the French have that IT PAYS out. Don'i forget thiB, and reim-mle- ' minnows, streamswlth sell you 1 can Vlssman's lard $0.25. that we are trying to make are further recommended. The Ser- Indebted to the above named rrrfln TO TRADE WI TH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU by note or otherwise will please mtUk Flour has advanced but we will money out of their misfortune. vice also gives advice regarding sell you 1 bbl. best Flour $7.25. Belgium's Plight Retold. and settle at once as we are d"esrfrw MONEY. screening, and other preventative Everything in the grocery line Is r "Our gifts to Belgium? Of course, measures as a part of of settling this estate at the carSartt , the educational possible getting higher, so you will have to they appreciate such things. But you campaigns date. conducted in sections of w. s. tinsley; hurry to get in on the low prices. must remember that wo havo not infected territory. S. T. BARNE.TZT, ILER'S GROCERY. done such a great deal. All we have This study is typical of the scienAdminictmtors- sent to Belgium would not have fed tific investigations which are being Ycrkos to Return to Kentucky. i the country for seven weeks. Franco carreld out by the Public Health PLEASANT GROVEL John W. Ycrkes, former commis- and England have done the rest. Service, all of which have a direct Feb. 7. Mr. Galen Gentry, oCbsbt sioner of internal revenue, who has And what we have sent over there bearing on eradicating the disease. Narrows, was burrled. at PleasWashington has come from people of moderate boen practicing law in The malaria work now Includes the ant Grove Wednesday- for nine years and is a member ot means in this countrv. The hie men. collection of morbidity data, malaria Mr. Cal Godsey, Sulphur SpifeK faculty, Ltnose who are making the millions tho Georgetown Law School surveys, demonstration work, sciendied Saturday night and wes rrarfoft are par- has announced that he tvM return put of the war, are giving nothing. tific Mr. and Airs. A., field and labratory studies, eduents of a fine boy, born Sunday. The to his former home at Danville, Ky., They may give a few dollars when cational campaigns, and special stu- at the family burying- grounds, oeax baby has been named Kenneth. where it Is likely he will engage In they are asked, but not in propor- dies of impounded water and drain- here Sunday. Uncle Cal wax IkJMb 90th year. He leaves quite, a. amFRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. farming. Mr. and Mrs. Yerkes and tion to the fortunes they are reap age projects. Mrs. Mary Bennett Prlchard has ber of relatives and a lot of frlaaate daughter, Miss Amelia Yerkes, all ing. returned to Louisville after a visit . -i to mourn his death: before returnI know that the head ot one ot Your Chance To Buy Groceries. L H. A ST. L. R. R. TDip TAUiE. to her parents, tho Rev. and Mrs. U. will visit California Mrs. .Lum Askin, of Haraetf. Kf-w- as ing to Kentucky. Mr. Yerkes for the French committees recently-- peOther business interests requiring No. 113 due at uumuca o;o p. w. n. Bennett. called to the bedside; of Imt many years was prominent In Re- titioned about twelve of the biggest my attention, I am offering myr enNo. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. Mr. W. J. Bean left Tuesday for publican politics In Kentucky, being Mrs. R-- C Carir, country to give some tire stock of groceries to the public daughter-in-lamen in this No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch . . 3:40 p.m. Battle Creek, Mich., where he will e nominee for Governor and share of their war fortunes to help at actual cost. Sale now In full who is very ill. p.m. tako treatment in the Battle Creek Ar. Irvlngton .. 5:35 Mrs. Lafo Byers and daagUw member ot the National Committee. the sufferers. I was told that not swing and if you fail to drop in and, Lv. Irvlngon" . . 5:56 p.m. Sanitarium. only were there no results but not take advantage of this opportunity of Fordsvllle, are very p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 W. C. Keene'a family lure There will be moving pictures at Tills Never Happened in Ohio one of the millionaires instructed his you are punishing your pocket booK: No. Ill Lv. Louisville . . 8:35 am. rir Bean's Onera House Monday. been on the sick list, hut: are imCount) Beforo! secretary to acknowledge the receipt Everything goes for cash. m. j Ar. Irvlngton .10:06 a. Wednesday and Thursday nights of proving. o adjusted .American- of the letter. A U. S. CARSON, Lv. Irvlngton .10:40 a. m next ween. Mr. W. Y. Gaither' received at Aomission ieu ceuia. -made nuement, in a "The trouble Is that they cannot Hartford, Ky. p. m 1:04 Ar. Ellmltch . very painful accident weanmrMcg. o Rowe, otOwensboro, screw caso, worth $26,00, understand that what the adminis Mr. R.P. He mashed his thumb. Sending Prosperity Awny. was in town the first of tho week. for only $15.00; in a Silvcrlno case, tration does is not what tho averago M., n. & E. R, R. TIME TABLE. Messrs. Allen and Ray MaxZer The disposition to send prosperity a former citizen of Hart- $10.00. Mr. Rowe is American can be held for. South Bound, No. 115 away from homo is such an obses- went to Fordsvllle Friday. movement In 20 ford and is well known in Ohio Entire Country Despised. ...8:45 a. m. county. Duo at Hartford e Dr. D. H. Godsey and wlfev Knt party that sion of tho yr. O. F. Caso for $12.75. This same 'Wo would not think of ostracizNorth Bound, No. 114 jOI to look after movement in SiTverlne caso for only ing all Frenchmen becauso of some- Nwhen a widely circulating Tar Heel Mary Gentry and son, Byron Salesman Wanted 5:55 p. m. Duo at Hartford own a thing M. Caillot does, but over there, publication recently applied for in- dined with Walter Walker Sunday. our interests in Ohio and adjacent $8.00. It you ever aim to (Both "Mixed Trains.) Tommy L3ay Mr. W. A. Llo-- d. papers at the North Carcounties. Salary or commission. Ad- good Watch, don't, for your own because tho administration has lost corporation olina State capital (where Secretary and wife, Charley Davlssoa and wXau respect, they despise tho entire counsake, let this pass. LINCOLN QIL CO., dress, Mr. J. E. Mitchell, of Dundee, was Also "eyes tested and glasses and try. William J. Bryan and Henry Daniels lives) the publisher received Mrs. Charley Payton and sob. He. Cleveland, O. In town Tuesday. carefully fitted and guaran- Ford are considered typical, uud tho a bid for the seal and corporation Miss Lona Moxley and Scott HisMem Mr. F. L. Felix was in Louisville frames two have done more to maka peace papers from a printing firm in Co- all dined at Mr. E. A. KaUbenw teed at saving prices. R. K. Bean, of Dundee was In from Saturday until Monday. Mr. Impossible and tho very namo of it lumbia the capital of South Caro- Sunday. J. B. TAPPAN, town the first of the week. Monday Mr. Lum Igleheart left Mrs. Charley Davisson and lina before he had even timo to The Old Reliable Jeweler. 31t2 hateful than anything else." For anything in tho Grocery line for Louisiana, where h"e h'as acceptDavis explalRd that he went to pay the Nortn Carolina corporation Lona Moxley, visited Mrs. J. W. ed a position. call tho Green Front Grocery. At The Commercial. Salontkl when the trouble first be- clerk for the home corporation pa- barker Thursday. Mesdames Paul C. Snyder, LouisMr. E. r. Moore, wno has been The following have registered at gan there. He stayed a month in an- pers. Of course North Carolina' Job POND, RUN. ville, Charles Hobr.echt, .Plkevllle, the Commercial hotel since our last ticipation of a big battle, but. de- printers enjoy paying taxes to have sick for severl days, is better.' February. We are having; Mason, of Beaver Dam, Erman Fuqua and Miss Mary Smith, issue. Mr. I. S. parted when he suw that nothing of their State officials send the' home Fordsvllle spent Tuesday night with business into another State, put bad weather at present and the was in town Monday and Tuesday. Oscar B. Payne, Evansvllle; S. P. tho sort was com ng. are in awful bad condition. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ford. way. 's McKinney, Beaver Dam; B. F. Myers, Tho AustrUns could havo driven that's Mr. and Mrs. LTPTForeman are Miss Shula 'Robinson was thai . Miss WillieSmith has resigned Lebanon Jet.; J. E. Morton, Hardlns-bur- the Serbs back lntohe sea If they of la grippe. nuito ill at their home of Misses Ruth and Bessie Cndww Train Freezes To Track. the Circuit Court m Ghent; J. had kept up tie first drive," OavU G. E, Matthews, For Cook Stoves and Ranges t Caliper posiuon tJ Saint Hilalre, Minn., Jeb. 5. It's Saturday night. - I11 Ihaita Irk n Farmer, Centortown; J. T, Rowe; said. 'But thiy d'dn't, and, --B tho .Itl on Acton Bros, Hartfordy. Born to the wife of Mr. Oscar Tkr-l-dr Q so cold in Minnesota that railroad lo' B. L. Neff, Louisville; R. W, Slack, allies are Intrenched on the lop of big bargains in ueal Estate she will take a business course. to their tracks. Tho a fine boy last Friday. Tor Owensboro: L. P. Tanner, Owensboro a dl.'f, and :ln rjly approa.i to It comotives freeze Mr. John Fulkerson gave see Holbrook & Parks, Hartford, Jrtr Crookston local pasenger stopped If you are in need of any woven John H. Boodro, Louisville; T. L. Is through ten miles of plains, raked Saturday night. Those that Ky. Dafbed wire we have Todd,. Louisville, Kitchens, by their guns and strewn every iiich here to take water. Numbed W. H. wire fence and Mrs. S. V. Napier, of ueaver Dam, the. goods at very low prices, consid- Rockport; J. O. Dorch, Rockport; W. with barbed wire. I doubt it Salon-lk- l during the time necessary to thaw present reported a fine time. MrB. B. W, Little 'Miss Leffle Wade rcCs out the water tank the fireman is the guest of Rev. and ering the present cost of same. can be taken. E. Dorch, Rockport; J. S, Mason, spilled considerable water when .he home Sunday after a weeks vfatt Napier. ' ACTON BROS, Beaver Dam; J. L. Zamons, Chicago; , tried to put it into the locomotive's her aunt, Mrs. L. J. Robtosoo. For Sale. Hartford, Ky. D. B, Mr. Jno. T. Moore, ot Elizabeth-- 32t2 R. P. Rowe, Owensboro; Mf. Rosco Wilson and ramify ' Wed120 arces of land, 1 mile of Rock- tank. It froze Instantly and the astown, was hero Tuesday and Messrs. K. C. Napier and A. F. Rhoads, Beaver Dam; W. J. Gray, port, Ky., mines., 60 acres bottom, sistance ot another 'engine to gently the guests ot Mrs. Wilson'a Dreiacr. nesday. Plerson, of Scottsvllle, who are now Loulsvlllo; J. A. Duff, Dundee. ufgnt aaal 18 acres 4nswheat, 5 ropm house, '2 bump the passenger several times to Mr. O. A. Wado Saturday Miss Ida Barnes, ot ueaver Dam, visiting In Heaver Dam, and Miss Sunday. - jjurko Napier, Beaver Dam, were PubllcSale. barns, big tobacco and stock barn. loosen it was necessary. was tho guest of Mrs. J. W. MseLlzzlo Chlnn was tho guest ot Saturday, February 19, at one Well watered, Coal right under same. ley Saturday. the guests of the Rev. and Mrs. B. Real Estate For Sale, Miss Maggie Hunter Sunday s&skt. G. E. CASEBIER, o'clock I will offer for sale at my 30t4 We have listed with us ono dwellMrs. Reedfot Colecreek, Tenn., is w. Nap(er Saturday and Sunday, Mr. Shelby Robinson is lit at tbte Rockport, Ky. R. F. D. No. 1 residence the folowlng: One Wag- ing house in Hartford, including lot writing with the grip. Messrs. kM.TrHkens and Wallace tho guest of her mother, Mrs. Mora KniTtrv f nine Imnl AmPTltfl. and garden, 5 neat and well kept Rlloy will leave about February 26th, lo'u8ohoW ton ou Union street. Mr. Marvin Ross left Saturday far Q ,ot 0, g00(1 HOW THE GOVERNMENT IS MEETING MALARIA PROBLEM rooms, hall and all necessary out Hartford whero he will enter scceoL. Miss Lorraine Greer, ot Beda, was wUh their families for Union City, traction engine and buildings. Water in house and on wh :they win engage in tho Mr. Oval Cooper got hurt Fridtaar ,n nnoroMnn TnrfYlH tho suest of Mrs. J. A. Dennett Te Hartford bottling works business.. mad,0vknown on doy of Four per cent ot the Inhabitants lawn. Everything in first class re-- ovonlng from Jumping off of a traaa. Tuesday and Wednesday. wU bo of certain sections ot the South have pair, Just the place tor tho man who His. condition In not dangerora. M. T. LIKENS, nr..r. -i- p.' H. Black and E. B. citizens regret very much to loso a good people. malaria. This estimate, based on the has spent his useful days on the will attend tho big stock these Hartford, Ky. Blrkhead Too Easy. reporting of 204,881 cases during farm and wants to movo to town. and Mabel Barnett, week. Misses Elaska sale at Lexington next "Snoring, my dear, la tfta sfgH C 1914,"has led tho United States Pub- -' Just the place for anyone who For Sale. just received a full lino ot wagon JLenora.. Llndley ana Mr. Morris uar T tAH.MnwA. kfnaa.a 1?inao Health Service to give Increased sires a homo In Hartford. Goes for an easy conscience." on Clay St., Hartford My residence and team harness, uet our yncco p.mmett "Hubby, thero are times when Ky., also vacant lot adjoining same. attention to the malaria problem, ac- -! $350 less than cost, yet everything and Homer Llndley, you bftforo you buy. We can savo wish wou weren't so contented wKk 6 and 12 months cording to the annual report of tho practically new. Easy payments. Sulltiger, George M. lr.. Will sell for cash or ' money. your past career." Detroit Freai TINSLEY & BARNETT. AgtsT 32t4 S'urireon General. Of 13.52G blood Erin, Tenn., and Mrs. W, II. Collins time ACTON BROS, , 'specimens examined by Government 32tf Hartford, Ky. Press:. Rose'thlyu, IMng east MRS. S. J. WEDDING. and daughter "" ' Hartford, Ky. 32t2 v Ar Yu Interested? of Hartford, attended the funeral and burial of Mrs. Lonaino Sullon-ge- r Rlckard Friday. Wo havorccelvod some literature for our Farm Department too lato for this issue, but it will nppcar next week. In order to got your ads and communications In the Farm Department in the earliest Issue the copy must reach- - us on or neioro Tuesdays as this department is mado up and put to press Tuesday afternoon. Wo could ask for no more encouragement than wo havo had concerning this feature of Tho Republican and wo will endeavor to make It bigger and better as time goes on. wo nre sending out invitations to men well acquainted with farm problems to contribute articles and If you are a farmer you will usually find something Interesting In i-- SAYS YANKEES ARE offlcers l Tho-lnfcctl- - all-flrc- d. I Ser-vlc- r Spi-lnR- :. f. d mm-sl- on fc - (t 48-in- 10-lb- s. 52-In- 10-Ib- s. 52-inc- h ....... '. 1 i" 4M 100-Ib- an-rde- top-feedi- Jgt6o ial -- i Hartford Republican. 11 JS - one-tim- f 1- --- Ill-M- r. lC-sl- 20-ye- zr , open-fac- 1 18-siz- e, el Free-Trad- i Free-Trade- g; " --- nv by-cot- ' -- -- , I ; ,. J de-l- lc No-cree- k; I H". aaU:tHitfiaV t iifrjffit w-W- - Mk- -' jj-tiii- y" tfTiin FARM DEPARTMENT PROGRAM OP STATE FARMKRS INSTITUTE February 16th, 16th, and 17th, J916; Court House, Frankfort, Kentucky. TacMlay, Feb. lfttli, Mornlnj: Session. Invocation Rev. R. T. Nooc, Frankfort, Ky. 10:20 Opening Remarks, President of Institute, Starling L. Marshall, Henderson, Ky. 10:30 Response from Stato Board of Agriculture, E. K. Renaker, Ber- XJ, Ky. 10:40 Address by Commissioner 11:45 Election of Offlcers appointment of Committees. Afternoon Session. 2:00 Address, C. E. Thorne, DiStation, rector Agr. Experiment Wooster, Ohio. 3:00 "What the County Agent Is .Doing to Organize the Farmers." Geoffrey Morgan, Stato Agent Farm Demonstration Work, Richmond, Ky. 4:00 Address, J. Q. Ward, Fish and Game Commissioner, Frankfort, XT- - of Agriculture, Mat S. Cohen, Frankfort. 11:00 "Farm Management," M. O. Hughes, District Farm Agt., Bowling Green, Ky. Talbcrt says Hint sunshine is one of the best disinfectants as well as Good Roads Rnnlsh Isolation. Tho public highway Is tho way to a great foo to the mite, and it should tho market and from tho market. It bo given access to just as much of ns possible. Regular Is essential that such roads bo built tho as will mako tho market cr.olly ac- spraying with commercial kerosene solucessible at tho particular time that emulsions or strong tobacco prices aro highest. It is worth while tions will help greatly. One application is not enough and to construct and maintain good highways for 'this purposo alone. This is the spray should bo repeated in sufficient reason, perhaps, for tax- nbout a week In order to kill the ing the people for tho support of an young which may have developed from tho eggs laid about the roosts adequate system of roads. is another vlow of the or In the filth before the first sprayBut there usefulness of roads growing more ing. It should bo applied with sufImportant every day. Tho social value ficient force to penetrate all the of the highway Is Increasing as au- cracks and crevices. There are good preparations admultiply. What seemed tomobiles vertised for Bprayjng houses, runs, at one. time necessary for business is now a great convenience, as well, nests, coops etc., to destroy these and an added source of pleasure troublesome insects. Theso advertisTho isolation of farm life, tho sepa- ed preparations aro economical as a ration of community life, begins to rule, easily prepared and suitable vanish ns good roads materialize. for solution and spraying. Tho Missouri College of Agriculof the The further improvement many parts of Illinois ture) makes tho following recommenschool In nwalts better roads. The churches dations for spray pumps suitable for will bo greatly benefited by Improv- poultry houses: Spray pumps of many different ed highways. Rural social llfo will hen-house dried blood and tankage of slaughter houses is too valuable to be wasted ns It often Is. fowl, so that one Infested bird may entlro them Into the introduco Hock. BLAMES POLICEMAN FOR DEATH OF BABY N. C. KITCHELL SAYS profeiiiilonal HOTEL WIFE WAS HANDLED ROUGHLY DURING RESTAURANT RAID. PWHiflM tMNGIOl Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will praotlcs bis profession In Ihtt and adjoining counties. CoraauereAtJ and Criminal Practice" a Specialty. V St. Louis, Mo. Coroner Padborg yesterday ordered and Inquest Into the death last Monday of a baby born tho preceding Saturday to Mrs. Daisy Kitchell, 24 years old, 1507A Tower Grove avenue, after her husband, Nort C. Kitchell, told tho coroner tho baby died as tho result of rough handling his wifo received at tho hands of patrolmen who raided his restaurant expecting to find him selling liquor on Sunday. According to Kitchell, Sergt. What-e- n, Special Officers Kane and Hasty and four uniformed patrolmen, all of tho Magnolia Avenue Police Station, raided his establishment on Sunday, January 23. After placing Kitchell under arrest at his homo, across the street from tho restaurant, the patrolmen entered tho storo where his wife and several employes were preparing supper, Kitchell said. Kitchell said he would testify that his wife was pushed violently against a grand piano by Special Officer Kane, who, he said, slammed a door against her as she attempted to enter a rear room. A short time later Mrs. Kitchell collapsed, her husband said, and Dr. M. A. Button, also of 1507 Tower Grove avenuo was called. The baby was born a week later and sent to tho City Hospital, to be placed In an incubator with hopes of saving its life. It died sixteen hours later. Dr. Button last night told reporters that he had found black and blue bruises on both sides of Mrs. Kitch en's body, and that the premature birth of the baby probably was caus ed by the injury; Special officer Kane last night de nied slamming tho door. Ho said Mrs. Kitchell joked about the raid to him as he was leaving and later with the driver of the police patrol, who came back to take the second load of men found In the basement of tho restaurant to the police station. Kane said the raid was made at the instigation of John Polsam, 1441 Kentucky avenue, and Edward Schwartz, 1407 South Boyle avenue, who complained to the police that they had lost money in the basement. Polsam later told the police that Kitchell had returned his money and pocket-knif- e to him. Kli&$ yi'nTVclir'wEtft'ioei-liottl- i .abound. thePownstan bead, the D.C. Barnes &atSmith Law Attorneys HARTFORD, KY. . W. H. Barnes and C. Smith announce that they have form-- a partnership for tho general practice of law, except cntmlnal and dlvor casos, Mr. Smith being County Attorney ia prevented from practicing sue ceases. Mr. Barnes will individually la Oftlcus accitpt such practice. Hartford Republican building, Hartford, K- T. WAJiEHTUATTOX Cromv.lt. Ky. OTTOC.MAUT1S llnrttonl, Ky. Ilit,v 'countrymen. It irflrrtTa3J"0"C!.J Mrs. college. "The TownYUnls rfined ex elusive, and restful. It excellent location on Pennsylranis Afenue,- - 18th- - and II Strttts, makes It a desirable headquarter! for bridal couptei, tourist parties, contentions, School! and I Evening Session. Address, Governor A. O. Stanley, Frankfort, Ky. 8:30 Address, Hon. J. W. Newman, Versailles, Ky. 9:00 Address and Moving Pictures, Col. h. M. Maus, Secy., Tuber-.culos- ls Commission, Frankfort, Ky. Wed., Feb. lOtli, Morning Session. 10:00 "TheThlngs That Are and the Things That Are To Be." Dr. J. G. Crabbe, President Eastern Normal, Richmond, Ky. 10:45 "Sanitary Measures In the Prevention and Eradication of Diseases," Dr. A. J. Payne With U. S. Bureau Animal Industry. 11:16 "Practical Problems of the .Horse Breeder," W. S. Anderson, .Experiment Station, Lexington, Ky. Afternoon Session." 2:00 "The Present Status and the Outlook of Fruit Growers in .Kentucky," Prof. J. H. Carmody, Experiment Station, Lexington, Ky. 3:15 Address, Mrs. Helen B. Wil-ot- t, State Agent Homo Demonstration Work, Lexington, Ky. 3:45 Address, Prof. W. D. Nlch-oll- s. Experiment Station, Lexington, 7:30 Com-jnunlca- JCy. Evening Session. n 7:30 "The Story of a S. M. Jordon, Pioneer CounJTarm," ty Farm Agent in Missouri, Columbia, Mo. 8:30 Address and Moving Pictures on "Economics of Road Building," by R. E. Toms, U. S.. Senior .Highway Engineer, Washington, D. C. Tuurs., Feb." 17th. Morning Session. . 10:00 "The Farm Woodlot and ;Mwketing of Woodlot Products", J. Run-Dow- 25. Barton, State Forester, Ky. Frank-ior- t, "Efficiency and Waste", Dr. H. H. Cherry, President Western prmal, Bowling Green, Ky. 11:15 Address on Dairying, Hugh Van Pelt, Waterloo, Iowa. Report of Commlttics. Afternoon Session. 2:00 Address on Good Roads, R. C. Terrell, Stato Commissioner Public Highways, Frankfort, Ky. 2:30 Address, Dr. S. F. Mussel-jaa- n, 10:45 State Veterinarian, Frankfort, Address, Mrs. Addle Howie, Milwaukee, Wis. 4:00 Address, J. A. English, lumbia, Ky. 3:15 F. Co- I. Fertilize! Situation. A serious situation faces t.o formers In their spring plantlnr. In no other recent period has the necesmethsity of going back to ods, when the farm provided its own fertilizer, been so urgent. In 1913 the value of commercial fertilizers used in the United States This inwas about $125,280,000. cluded the potash salts, more than practically all from 20,000,000, Germany; nearly $4,000,000 of sulphate from England, which, as well as the potash, has been shut off, and tho nitrate of soda from Chile, which is used as a constituent of a complete fertilizer. Though there Is no doubt that we can get some supplies of potash Jrora the giant kelp of California jmd from tho alunlto deposits of Utah, tho outlook at present is notj very promising. Tho farmer will have to learn to utilize all the sources of potash which have been recklessly or ignorantly wasted. Treo trim mings, brush cuttings, useless stumps should bo burned and tho valuablo potash obtained bo applied to the crops most needing It, while leaves and all material used as bedding for cattle should be heaped up with organic material now wasted and furnish valuablo compost. Fodder raised on tho farm leaves cottonseed jueal to be used as fertilizer. The -old-tim- o m -- . Bad How Mr. Davis Got Cough. "Somo timo ago I had a very bad cough" writes Lewis T. Davis, Black-wate- r, "My brother, McCabo Dol. Davis gave me a small bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. After taking this I bought half a dozen bottles of It but only used one of during the daytime them as tho cough left mo and I for the mite when they are not on tho fowls. They have not been troubled since." Ob everywhere. m feed at "night, crawling from fowl to tainable filth, and tho logical remedies recommended by T. J. Talbert, of tho Missouri College of Agriculture, aro sunshine, ventilation and cleanliness. Tho henhouse should bo so constructed that it can easily be kept clean and that there will be no cracks or crevices In tho roosts or elsowhcro to furnish hiding places Bucket pumps, knapsack strengthened by this movement for sults. sprayers and automatic sprayers will Improved highways. As in days ,of old, all roads lead to Rome, now all be useful In the garden and orchard alroads lead trf a richer community as well as in the lift. The "Highwaymen" are tho real though a longer hose or extension rod will be needed In tho orchard. builders of communities. A barrel pump or power sprayor may be used with good results if It Is alValue of Liquid Manure. In four years' field fertilizer ex- ready on hand, but Is more expensive periments with liquid manure on than the average farm needs for henquarter-acr- e plats of hay land, con- house work. ducted by an experiment station In Interesting Paragraphs. Scotland, the liquid manure wa3 apOver 12,000 students are taking plied at different times during the winter, the standard dressing being courses In agriculture at the various 2000 gallons per acre applied in two agricultural colleges In the United portions of 1000 gallons each with States. Montana wool growers made an interval of a few days between. more from their 1915 wool It was found that a marked increase of hay crop was obtained from the clip than from that of 1914, though application of liquid manure in wi- the 1915 crop was 4,000,000 pounds nterer early spring. Treatment with less than in 1914. There is timber enough left in the liquid manure had no effect on clover, but was on the contrary dis- United States to last for 444 years, tinctly beneficial in several of the according to H. S. Sackett, former experiments. The after effect of treat- chief of wood utility in the govern ment with liquid manure was also ment forestry service. Alligator eggs are eaten by the nagreater good. No correspondingly tives on the west coast of Africa. In return was obtained when 4000 per acre were applied. In sev taste they resemble the egg of the eral case3 the crop was too heavy domestic hen, but are larger and and was Inclined to lodge. It Is slightly stronger In their flavor. Preparedness for the orchardist concluded that about 2000 gallons liquid manure per acre of hay and the 'gardener consist in having of land is sufficient and that the profit a spraying outfit with poisons and realized by such an application is other materials ready to attack at sufficient to justify the trouble and the first provocation. This will mainexpense of applying the liquid ma- tain the crop and be a means of honnure instead of letting it go to orable peace. The extension department of the waste. Texas Agricultural and Mechanical No Use to Treat Seed Corn for Smut. College has prepared a program" for There is no treatment of seed the observance of Arbor day in rural corn for smut. The spores which schools of Texas. In this program cause smut in corn live over from emphasis is placed on the desirability one year until the next in manure, jf beautifying school grounds with soil, refuse, etc. In the summer, un- frees. A writer In Inland Farming der favorable conditions, these spores some strange facts about the which may have wintered in the soil or may have been hauled to the field horse and the way he sleeps.. Even In the manure, find lodgment on when not confined in stalls horses the tender parts of the corn plant, seldom lie down for more than an usually by the action of wind, and hour each night that period being usually about midnight. The horse start to grow. The source of tho spore Is not the seems to prefer to rest standing up; seed corn, therefore treatment will stablemen have reported that some method of horses In their care have never been do no good. Tho only eradication Is to cut off the smutty seen to sleep lying down. One anistalks and burn them. This, of course mal had never been seen to lie down is impractical. O. M. Allyn, farm for more than 15 years. It is said crops division, University of Illinois. that tho horse sleeps "with one eye open," and is constantly on guard. Preparing the Soil. His ears are continually turning and The preparation of the garden soil twisting so as to catch the slightest is of more importance than most noise; not even an Indian in mocgardeners realize. The vegetables casins can approach a sleeping horse must have a deep, mellow, friable undetected. . soil to hold moisture and promote How To Cure Colds. life and development of soli orthe ganisms 0 important to a fertile Avoid exposure and drafts. Eat right. Take Dr. King's New Discovsoil. The coll should be broken early ery. It Is prepared from Pine Tar, and vegetation incorporated in time healing balsams and mild laxatives. for It tp decay. A large pes cent Dr. King's New Discovery kills and of vegetation matter usually in its expels the cold germs, soothes tho final state of decomposition called Irritated throat and allays lnflama-tloIt heals the mucous membrane. humus is necessary. It may then be necessary to rebreak, harrow and Search as you will, you cannot find In order that a deep a better cough and cold remedy. Its uso over 45 years Is a guarantee of mulch may be had, 2 Barnyard manure Is highly desir- satisfaction. able where the soil is rather thin or "Tho American Protective Tariff close. The manure supplies both a unique humus and plant food and for that League has just Issued reason Is economical. It is a waste pamplet entitled 'Roster of the Congress' which will be product at tho barn, but valuable to useful to every person who wishes the gardener.- to communicate with any member of Congress. The pamplet also includes Poultry Mite. The Everyone knows.the gray poultry letters of approval of the Tariff Leamite which takes on a distinct red gue's work from a large number of dish cast after tho meal of blood. 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" sona.lfmnoFvla.lnn dm.,. ! a... -- Kind You HavoAlways Bought, ITEMS OF INTEREST to flncntvn irmi In l,tn All Counterfeits, Imitations and " JtiHtns-goo- d '""v-- v " nro bufc Experiments trifle with and endanger tho hcnltli of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment, 7VH0W BO Ono " " ,ts,, that ' 4 Little Difference In Prices of Produce in Tlio.o Days nnd Present, n'jfo The Owonsboro Messenger of Sunday prints the following story which Castor! Is harmless tmbstltnto for Castor Oil. Pare will be of interest to Ohio countlans: gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. A copy of the National Democrat contains neither Opium, Morpliino nor other Rnrcotlo of March 27, 1856, a weekly paper substance Its apo Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms find allays Fovcrlshness. For moro than thirty years It published at that early day in has been In constant use lor tho relief of Constipation, is still In good condition Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles ant nnd shows many things of interest, Plarrhcoa. It rcjculatcs tho Stomach and Bowels, though news Is, as was the case with assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. nil papers of thatTday, very scarce. w vamuwi a rwuKIM JLUO JUOIUCr'S ZTlCntl. One J. P. Hawkins was the publish --. er and CHnton McClarty, brother of Mrs. M. E. Hart, tho veteran teacher of Daviess street, was the editor. 9Bcars the Signature of Tho motto of tho paper was "The Union Must Be Preserved." The editorial policy of the paper was vigorously for Democracy and against which was then Knownothinglsm, rife in this Stato and the whole J South. Even then Daviess county had a noted agricultural fair which waB duly advertised In the Democrat. An Kind You unusual entry was "spayed heifers'1 nnd highest premiums were awarded to owners of tho best yoke of oxen. Hero are now unfamiliar articles for offered: were .which premiums Homemade Jeans, negro peons, lln-se- y, colored llnsey, woolen hose, rag carpet, Jeans coat, cut and made by lady, woolen Bhawl, linen or cotton skirt, silk quilt, silk vest, cut and made by lady; fancy bonnett, that Protection has invariably stimfly brush, tow linen, flax linen, sewulated both our foreign and domestic No Meaty ing thread, side sole leather, pair trade, Mr. Roberts naturally falls iniaAdranee Satlajfaoa men's boots, pair lady's boots,. to the error of jsupposlng that the (lea Gbu coarse shoes, side calf skin leather, only way to get"more foreign trade tl aateed . stone pottery, rife, cooking stove, Is to exchange goods for goods In LewealNet wheat fan, corn, 'shelter, straw cutter, equal quantities; that is, we must Shanghai chickens, pair game chick Prioea buy things which we can ourselves ens. These were the only offers in produce, hence don't need, in order Terms A poultry. Tho offers to horsemen yere ,' that foreigners can pay us in goods Savlag ol in the following classes: draft, blood- for things which they need and must SlOO to ed, harness, saddle and there were-flttec- have. That has long been and still From Facpremiums of ?10 each to is the basic foundation stone of Free-Trad- e. STAI1CK r. A. TT I' in tory Direct PKMIDfNT theso classes. f090. In embracing a doctrine .the There was little difference in the opposite' of which has made our ? prices of produce Jn those days and country the most prosperous in the the present except In the matter of world, Mr. Roberts seems to have Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' freo trial. In your whlskeV, corn and meat. Meat and gone on diluting his Protectionism home. No cosh payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, use the not and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do you find Itever corn were much cheaper. Here are until Jt is now all water. Free-Trad- e have crude, sweetest toned and llnost piano In every way, that lilctieit that seen for the money, you aro at perfect llbeny to send It back, and wc will, In you, a few of. the quotations given: Su- water. event, pay the freight both ways. This Etarck Piano must make good with gar 10c, coffey 15c, molasses GOc cr mere is no saie. Easy Payments salt 50c a bushel, flour $7 a barrel, Sivi $150.00 r Mr Ton pay tiu cash down, but after ."0 days pork 4c a pound, beef 5c, butter We alilp dlmt to you from our factory, tt t, of trial, you can begin payment on the prices tbit me you ujmards of $150.00 In tbf 20c, lard 10c, wheat $1, corn 25c, by a piano eoaieit termi cur tujcestnl FOR FLETCHER'S coit of your piano. We guarantee to fumltb manufacturer. These terms are arranged to ycu a better piano for the money thin you can tobacco ?7, whisky 37c a gallon, ult your convenience, and It It possible for You sre ssiured of rccirlns secure elsewhere. you to green hides 4c, and salted hides 8c. s pKino for your home, without Mlafictory sweet toned durable high grails . --,. nitslcg the rooney. (lano. Tho late Capt. Frank L. Hall was OR.Veev fi::seaf aa RICKETS. then a prospering merchant here and PtaytfNtwM s Rickets, February. There has HUrck art Emv Starck Piano 1 was referred to in the following comW have constantly on hind guarantied for 15 years. the heat ami mot bsutl plimentary news item: "Our ener- been quite a little sickness in this !arg number l alightl uJ rut Purer Pianos on ts Tlui gusrsntes has back pianos of an and market. You will be de of It our 35 yrara of plaae townsman, community in the last few weeks, getic and enterprising taken In etmany lighted with the atandard make eipertme. and tic repu; ching for neVStarck Piano features of these tatlon pf an Capt. F. Lockett Hall, has Just re- pricipally la gripe, Toe follow rnpooiltla plana bouse. wonderful instruments, snd ssd Little Walter Leach Is very sick turned from New Orleans with a will be pleased with the Ins are a few sample bargains i very low prices at which Musi SI 1110.00 Weber large and superior stock of sugar and' l at present of grip. secured. j 92.00 tbey ran be Stelaway Litstfls coffee which he is selling cheap. f Mrs. Ida Patten of Illinois is visitPlan. Boik Fr.a 00.03 Chickering To erery purchaser of Capt. Hall is a trading man and a ing relatives and friends in this vl- Send today for our new 95.00 Starck rianoa, wc give free Kimball piano A few , clnlty. inuate lessons. In one of benefit to the community. 195.00 beautifully illustrated you a Starck hook which gives tbt beat known schools in large amount of informaMr. and Mrs. L- - C, Leach, son and more such and the old fogylsm which Chicago. Tares lessons you Send for our latest complete tion regarding piano. This ran tike la your own borne, bargain Hit. lingers in our midst would be dis- daughter Buel and Lorene spent Sun- book will interest snd by null. This represents please you. Write today. day with Mr. Denham Leach and one year's free lnitructlon. persed." 1848 Starck Bid.. CHICAGO F. A. STARCK PIANO CO. Some other local news of that family. family, and Ogden had Mr. Crit Martin and date follows: The Messrs. brick ( Mr. Leo Royal and family were the recently erected a three-storflour mill, the previous Monday was guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. Lee Sun "Easter holiday among the negroes day. Thomas Barnard, of Centertown at the half-wa- y with house on the Hartford road," one Dr. spent last week'wlth his uncles, Mr. Kellar was selling his household and Thad Barnard and Lonie Black. Mr. Lonie Bratcher and family kitchen furniture, a pavement was have been called to the bedside of badly needed in front of the Presbye terian church because the editor , Mrs. Bratcher's father, Bro. Embrey, addB, "after the late thaw we had of Butler County. Ho is very low at a fine timo wading." Rt. Rev. J. M. j this writing. Spalding, bishop, of Louisville, was j Mr. Larra Smith will close his soon to pay an episcopal visit to St. ( second school at this place on tho Lifetime experience with best of workmen, nndcnnj; Stephen's, tho ono Cathollo church 11th. Ho has made us a good teacher Gargive auy reference desired. Call me on liarttord .. hero then, tho steamer William gone ana wo wibii iuui success in tuu wherever ho may go. vin had left this trade and Mill Co., 'phoae, or address me at Hartford, Ky. y into tho Memphis trade and .Misses Madeline Barnard and Lil- boat left running here then was tho llnn 'T?nnlr nrora thn PAtlntR nf Mm. ) "fleet Reindeer," which soon after j Nola Mayfleld of Horton ono day oxploded at Hawesvllle with direst this week. results, killing many of crew and I Mr. L. C. Leach and Crlt Martin 4-passengers and totally wrecking tho have killed hogs. A fine time for sav boat: Dr. L. H. Naghel was recom- ing meat, . mended to "those whose grinders are in To Make the Windows Shine. bad," and one Dr. J. W. Compton Tho very best thing to uso when was announced aB having abandoned the windows are to be washed is the credit for the cash system. STOP AT typewriters. LesFifty-fiv- e The Kentucky Colonization society a solution of kerosene and soapy ECU-CRT- 'S sons explained by Moving Pichad a notice published in the paper water, A halt cup of kerosene to ture machine.' Seven big Detelling that it had chartered a ves- halt a gallon of hot, soapy water is partments EJhorthand, Booksel which would sail from Baltimore the proportion. Go over tho glass ij keeping, Telegraphy, Steaotypy, on tho first Monday in May, 1856, with the wet cloth; then with a dry ExMusic, Primary Normal. for Liberia, cjoth; then give a final polish with with emigrants bound pert teachers. Modern equipAfrica. I old newspaper. Your window will the negro republic in West Fosltloa v assured. ment. gleam and glisten like the most exstate of Kentucky I .The Write for catalogue. ated $5,00o to pay the passage ana pensive plate glass. FRANK ECKEJIT, Prop. ! nix months' support of all free neH.H.ECKERT.Mgr, Our minds are like certain vehicles groes wanting to go to that country, Co. Bus. College atiess They were promised house rent tand r when they have little tq carry they 1 Up. European Plan Iserp)rat4 physician's help free for "that time. make much noise about it, but when OWKNMsOlsO, KY. Each adult was to be given Ave acres heavily loaded they run quietly, of land or a town lot, also free. Kllau Burritt. H C- - What is CASTORIA a It GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS In Th Use For Oyer 30 Years Hav Always Bought Starck Pianos Factory Greatly Diluted Protectionism. Among tho "also rans" at tho Free-Trad- e symposium given by tho Republican Club of the City of New York, January 22, was Mr. George After Few Yean Dikotrapif I had gotten so weak 1 could not E. Roberts, formerly Director of tho and I gave up In despair. f Mint, and now an employe of a big Cwaditiow, Mr. BaBeck Gate At last, my hufbjnd got mt botfl. New York banking Institution. Mr. Roberts has been for many years UpfeDtspir. HmUia Cardul, the woman's tonic, tmi 1 nsV I past what might be called a "modifmenced taking It. From tht vrjr flW Cafite to Reset." ied," Protectionist, with rather moro " dose, 1 could tell it was heipfng ne water than milk mixture. Even I while holding an importanjt office in can now walk two mile without1 flT a protectionist administration ho Catron, Ky- .- In wi Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all jy work'" "modified" bis Protectionism so far wide-ope- n j as to If you are all run down from wcssWrjr from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock fall in loyo with "reciprocity" in competing products writes as follows: "1 suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair, as a means of enlarging a foreign trade that under the Protection pol-- I years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardul, the woman's tonte. IthasheifMsf icy was enlarging itself by leaps and this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, In He M bounds. Ho was entirely willing that while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and showJsf some of our industries should be have severe pains surely help you, too. Your drugg; tar sacrificed in order that some other all. At times, sold Cardul for years. He knows wtaf industries might be advantaged. in my left side. Apparently Mr. Roberts had added The doctor was called In, and his treat it will do. Ask him. He will reran yet more water to his very small ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardul today. quantum of Protection milk. At the symTFWf Republican Club's Free-Trad- e soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory tot Chattanooga Melldne Co. Dept, Chatunooga. Tenn.. for posium he urged that the Protective ghat, 'nttructiont so your case and book. nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatasat for Weoea sent la slain wrasssr. M policy must be applied with "more discrimination than it has some times In the past; that the Protective policy must not be one of isolation and exclusion not if you want foreign trade." Evidently Mr. Roberts has never read the statistics of the m years following the -- election of McKlnley and the enactment of the Dlugley Tariff. Tho policy of "isolation and exclusion" put In force by McKlnley and Dingley so operated as to bring about an immense increase in our foreign trade, while the opposite policy of the regime produced tho full of life and action, filled with the opposite effect of greatly reducing fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, our foreign trade In the ten months wilt make preceding the outbreak of the European war. Not being familiar with the fact HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE tl i f ?l try h ! 's3t WJ1-lla- Wilson-U- nderwood nP itt eYOUTIfS COMPANION! 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Every bettie BOcand l ta bettlea. Neae gwraiM without the HkeneM wrf sigasK . ItsMetL. JC For sale by J. H. WILLIAMS, Hartlerd. X7 War-aatee-d. Grift-sty- I ear laUtt catalogue taw ftiwtof before 70a paretoaae. rVA wmmmmmgmsaBmmmmmMmemmmmTor sahas In in St Dr. XHm' AMl-fsto e-' sRyaajW SjsTrsltsssS Isvssjgagtj "SarBHi back rata. ga4 N ... 'aafj, . - IEIMANS LOWER other Expositions In this ono Ex- ! BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. ft The dedication of San Diego's by i. II. Tlionuvs.) position has ben set for Saturday opening March 13. Tho Informal selves much (roublo and expenso by By a vote of 20 'to 14 "tho Kencame on New Year's, but tho two tucky Senate has declared tho peo- not putting a presidential ticket in iMttMB ODF THE EXPOSITION IN months and a half necessary for tho ple must keep off John Barleycorn's tho field this year. JJIK FAR WESTERS Installation of foreign exhibits, con- grass. .STATE. struction of new buildings and reState of Tho great Democratic organizing of the Isthmus, which administration' will be Georgia answers tho country's reThe Wilson, houses Exposition amusements. remembered chiefly for Its jingle of proach of Its treatment of Leo M. Germany lowered tho Japanese Frank by lynching negroes in blocks wedding bells. Durocs For Sale. Bug hb ihe grounds of tho Panama i . of fire. ' For $9 I will soli you a 5 months Oillfurnhi International Exposition Tho two most noted rides In Amera. tea rinys ago and charged ?S.40 old pig that you can't buy from the ican .history Sheridan's, on horseFrank B. Russell, of Louisville, If Ier fko Job. The representatives of Pig Breeder for less than ?20. ped- back and Stanley's on tho water wag- will probably be selected by tho State bill and gave you don't believe me write for the jHIkado. paid the convention as ono of the members igree, also breed Sows, Guilts and on. profound tlianks for tho work. at largo of the Republican Stnte Cento cond- White Wyandotte chickens and eggs. was nulto In contrast A great army, of jobless laborers tral Committee. Mr. Russell is ono It. E. BARRETT, itions exlsltlng on tho other hemiBeaver Dam, Ky. arc footsoro chasing Democratic of tho most enthusiastic and re ono of the many sphere smA .provided six-tesourceful Republican leaders of the newspaper prosperity. afcns of neutrality among the State, and his policy of party first are MINUTES WITH A FEW .foreign nations that KENTUCKY JOURNALISTS Tho only great power ln Europe and men and factions afterwards fit Jn tho 19 1C exposition. at peace with all the world Is Ve- him for useful scrvlco as a member Thff 30S f Japan was attached to of tho .State organization. Verily. suvius. fet2opiof ji heavy pagoda. In changAndrew Carnegie says the ambiing tho 3apane30 exhibit it was The politicians aro still guessing The legislative session Is Jialf over that the top of the pagoda. tion of his youth was to bo a newstons, be lowered. The paper man". If he had followed his and thank goodness it hasn't done what Teddy is going to do. The answfehlnE wer is easy. With the treasury bankJanuwD workmen sought the aid ambition he would not be troubled much harm yet. rupt, business paralyzed and an arf Sha Germans employed on the bout dying poor. Elizabethtown In the matter of platform building, my of pcoplo out of employment, exhibit and with derrick News. Gcnan -it Is wise to have the first pick of Teddy, like the rest of us, will havo afl tackle Ihe wojk was done and Wants to lie Peaceful. the plank pile, seems .to have been to fall into line or get out of tho tkelline charged to Japan. two hours for Every time we dish up a genuine the policy of the Republicans In call- way of the lrreslstable procession. TbB ilaRk wag am- ing their National convention first. d some serai men, at sixty cents an hour. The Republican presidential canbles along and wants to know what a The President's gallivanting over didate will como from some one of aicstry 3J. .'Joy, president of the exchange we copied it from. And still making preparedness the Central States. DPicfcard ZMDtor Car Company, and we haven't the slightest Inclination the country speeches attracts about as much serof the Lincoln Highway to commit murder. Oldham Era. snakiest Col. Bryan's avowed candidacy for ious attention as Henry Ford's peace Jksoctalion. and Samuel Hill, one of tho temporary chairmanship of the Gasoline Cuts No Figure. junket to Europe. Jlmrxica's sreatest "Good Roads" is Democratic National convention There is no hint of any suspenSan . enHmslasts, were visitors at the It Is not believed Ed Franks will giving the Wilson clans much un 2Kego 32xposltlon at the same time sion of the free use of automobiles Has week. An unprecedented rain in Owensboro this year' because of have opposition for reelection as easiness. God bless Billy Bryan, and starxu Jiit tho coast during their vi- advancing price of gasoline. There chairman of the Republican State may his days be long in tho land. maCentral Committee. sit, washing out roads and bridges, are mora garages and more Volumes of literature boosting the try making transfers, each was chines- just awaiting tho right at and aUe to return to Los Angeles over weather sport roads for a resumption - Withs-E- .Morrow's election as one- candidacy, of one .Henry Estabrook of the' and business. Owens- of the delegates at largo to the Chi- J for the Republican nomination for California ilgliways when the cago convention a certainty and the the presidency is flooding the coun"were not operating and when boro Messenger. selection of one colored delegate a , try. The literal lnclosure of preparedCt sJenmshlp lines refused to mainOnly tho Mayor Kicks. necessity thero are only two places, ness literature would indicate, that tain ihEir schedule. Doth Joy and Karl TCnecht's caricatures of 3QIH yreaictedeavy travel to the left to be contested for by a number the unknown Estabrook Is a mere citizens in the Evan3vllle of aspirants. Those most favorably puppet in the hands of the manufacJ.91S Exposition from the east. Courier last week were splendid, and mentioned for the remaining places turers of war materials. 6 the only kick heard on the Drawings are Geo. W. Long; William Marshall 'A formal ceremony accompanied Attorney General Logan says in of the popular artist came from the Bullitt and Gov. A. E. Wlllson, of e raising of the German flag and Mayor. "Now Just look how he has Louisville, Richard P. Ernst, of Cov effect that his efforts to expose and over the exhibit Us CMinma-- eagle me holding my hands, will you," de- ington, Green Garrett, of Winchester, correct tho open and shameless ii Germany ait the going on In the Exposition a few clared his honor. "D'Jou ever hear Judge E. C. O'Rear, of Frankfort grafting that has been Iatnrmttional of any one accusing me of not know- and Congressman John W. Langley departments at Frankfort Is meetdays ago. To dhow ihe absolute . ing such opposition in high sources ,. ing what to do with my hands? of the Tenth District. that exists, M. Floucher, In Huh?" Madisonvllle Hustler. .. to resign his of, that he is tempted 3Kirse nT Ihe French exhibits, Coming just, when all the nations fice. .aecorated the eagle with the Anniversary of News. of Europe are exhausted In blood g erxaan Has, and G. Splnelll, Because Senator Antle. was offered Our next issue will represent our and treasure the President's exefted Italy, aserted. German and anniversary number. Mr. Posey es- plea for preparedness mus't be taken fifteen hundred dollars to vote for Itafr ave the entire exhibit Bpace tablished the Owensboro News just as an indication of his desperate the new county bill and exposed thB Foreign Arts Building. the offer It does not necessarily folone year ago. This paper, the oiily dread of an invasion by Mexico. w low that other. Senators accepted newspaper in Daviess Republican TSesmhor of "Curfew Shall Not county; ought to-- be patronized by The Democrats might save them- - like offers and kept mum. IBIes. Tonight",, Mrs. Rose Hartwick every Republican in the county, and a TSHsrpe, lias written tho poem thoso citizens of different- - political r without notice to them left them In CERALVO, for the Penama-Californfaith than we profess will always Feb. 9. Mrs. Minnie Fulkerson an awkward position. They may and Exposition. Mrs. Thorpe, find our colums, especially our edi- who has .been quite sick for some probably will JoIn,hIm in support of TRbn lives In San Diego and who is torial remarks, well worthy of the time is thought to be. some better. preparedness yet,-- but .they can not tengasea In writing a novel, sent tho time they spend reading them. OwB. Fulkerson, Point now do It gracefully. There is a disMrs. Emma taUtnrlng charming verse to Presi- ensboro News.' Pleasant is visiting in this place. ,1 . tinct air of bewilderment and unnap-plne- ss dent, GL A. Davidson, of the Expo-attic- a, In Democratic circles.. If Mr. Mr. Finch Ball and his mother tew days ago: Work- - of Practical' Jokers. Wilson would kindly give notice when have moved to Kronos. City on the Hills of Balboa. SLXirvaia Some wag has ben having a lot Mr. Lee Tlchenor is on tho sick he is about to switch his "single-city of magical art. d JL of fun at the expense of some of tho track mind" the brethern would love list. gemmed garments of JEIer flower solons in the lower branch of the Mr. C. R. Richardson was badly him better. Louisville Herald. avrald splendor Legislature, and they have been some days ago by falling across Sprang lush from the fount of sweating blood over imaginary hurt Notice of Drainage Bond Sale, nrca piece of timber. jEarih'a generous heart. "roasts' 'from Irate constituents over Green Riyer is falling after a rise Allison nayncs, ct: al. queen on her high JSkHb like a the way they voted on certain vs. Bond sale. about two months. beauty t tnruMiB .ofreaching far to the 'west measures. The plan was to learn of Miss Myrta, Lambert, Horse Branch Public Ditch or Drain. Bka jparice correspondence of the luckfrom the Notice is hereby given that the who. taught six months of the school am a the east less solons the names of some of on account of Ohio' County Board . of Drainage ban- mesa her Cta ike put in a here was called homo their constituents and to will on February sickness of her sister. Miss Eva Commissioners gnul Jfl waiting call for the states- the Is teaching the 29th., 1916, at about 1 o'clock p. m., to Slu? graciously Reckons the world part of the Morton of Llvermor.e man from some other at the Court House door in Hartford, last month. the lenst.) Capitol building. When he came to Ohio County, Kentucky, offer at pubRosa Hartwick Thorpe. the phone he received an unmerciful lic outcry to the highest and best Ills Changes Too Sudden. rawhldlng" from the "irate consti Nothing has surprised Democratic bidder, Bonds against the lands and g &. new government building is tuent" despite the amount of ex politicians more than President Wil- land owners located and within tho constructed at the Penaraa-Cal-ifuml- a planation to set himself right. Tho son's change of attitude on public aforesaid Allison Hayncs, et al,, International Exposition to gamo has been worked overtime durwere consid- drainage district to the" amount of Hobs Ine aquarium of the fisheries ing the past week and some of the questions. His opinions ered to be so fixed and his disposi- $7217. EC, plus cost of Issue and sale department. The structure Is 102x solons are afraid to go home. of said bonds, provided however It tion so inclined to stubbornness ItK Itct and is at tho head of the some members of his party havo call- it be lawful, said sum may be credThis great display will have Inventors. Isthmus. Southern paid a harsher name that ited the nflvantago of an entire build-In- s. The following patents were Just ed it byreversal of views has his date by amountsprevious between this beto dato of and day tp Southern clients -- reported suddon issued wildered them. ; . sale. by D. Swift & Co., Patent Lawyers, ? prepared for, It, will bo duo ad I payThey Said The Stato of Washington will Washington, D. C, who will furnish wero notwere not It. For fifteen able in Lends eoual installments tho expecting ten xzalntjdn nt tho Panama-Californi- a copies of any patent for ten cents months or more they had agreed first of which will bo due and payiHlCTisatlonal Exposition exhibits and apiece to our readers. tho United States was able on February 18th., 1918 and of tho 191C building Ky, Geo. C. Avery, Louisville, with him that thcnwiit amply prepared for all emergencies one Installment on tho same dato of to a San Diego society has bean , Fire door and other closure; Wm. 'it3 navy 'was llhough the Washing-- m S. Barker Auburn, Grain condition- likely to occur; that largo enough. each year thereafter until the tenth or last Installment has been paid and adequate and Its army . rorra3-lrjhad several thousand ing and tempering machine; Jacob they had not wholly accepted his said bonds will bear six per cent in If appariIaiM left trom tho 1915 Gposl-ane- u Burchert, Newport, Distilling Change doctrine of being too proud to fight terest per annum, payable annually there waj hu atus; A. Fay, Louisville, they had at least mado no protest on tho 18th day of February each tbtsj to Tis,e It except by coV'm,' A speed mechanism. g pol year hereafter, until last Installment his pacifist, o. of the leglslatuia. special Tenn. Weston M. Fulton, Shock against icy. Nor had they dreamed that ho has been paid. announcement of Washing- absorber for water plpe3. .tni' No bid for less than par value of so departed from tho traditional W. Va. John II. Blank, Follans- - had e ton's withdrawal f'ora tho 19lj free-tradgospol of tho party that said bonds will be considered and commercial clubs and beo, Garbage can; Jas. W. Burton, the ready to favor tho Tariff Board reserves the right to reject Welch, Indexed filing pin and fol- ho was dtfc urbanizations In tho stato plan means all bids, not in accordance thereunougli money to maintain lower; Harrison J. L. Frank, Wheel Commission plan which a continuation of tho doctrine of pro- with. lte "bnlldlng and exhibits. Many new ing Electrical switch; John Hobor, tection. Glved under our hands, this tho Martinsville, Door check. fealorcs uro helng added. as 2Cth, day of Jan. 1910. Tho President has "flopped," . Ohio County Board of Dralnago they disrespectfully say, In his posiFurther Notice. Itontj exposition from tho begln-3b3howe us, your fail- tion 6rt .various other matters, "but Commissioners. To those who :tnm Oiari its flag. At tho open-'tax"- T bewildering S. T. BARNETT, Pres. nmnfrand year of San Diego's ure to make some settlement with these two are especially W. S. TINSLEV, Sec. slx-w- n a further ex- to tho faithful. They feel, somehow Attest: will jeopardize Me enlcxprlBii,, rtho addition of tho us now, of credit to ypu. that they have not been well treated. tension Jtorelgn aiatlons brought to Impossible Task. They had lined themselves up with Doctors col tho ullroctors that thero 9diice Editor: Sorry, young man, that him as opposed to a big navy and as E. W. FORD,- emblem flying ffT so Exposition not in favor of Increased military you are' a failure in this business,. A. B. RILEV, jtem ihe flagstaffs along with tho power, and while they, or many of but wo can't treat you as we can an B. F, TICHENOR, Designs are bemy-af.inations. them at least, would willingly have article here. J. W. TAYLOR, ing xuailviid and a prize has been Aspirant (haughtily. How la that, changed their attitude in company L. B. BEAN, d 'Sot tth ocst lea wuicn winhim If they bad known what he slrT with ExJ. R. PIRTLE, The Tanama-Cftllfornl- a Editor. Put a bead oa you. meant to dp, his sudden reversal act B. B. PENDLETON, Job Iron "being an exception to JAPANESE FLAG I m 3 BIG REDUCTION IN- - 1 .o Q AQ t c b y-- U OVERCOATS ivinij, 7 i?ni Tur vi7VT lAnAVC iun iiiiv uiwii ;; $15.00 Coats to fin r AQ y it 44 es aj: 10.00 Coats 8.50 Coats 5.00 Coats 6.49 3.49 K 4.49$ a j 4? and many other bargains in stock. Come, in and aet the nick of the stock. rd JJ I Hub Clothing Company I S Hartford, Ky, et self-style- J rall-xoa- dt Mad-Isonvl- lle Postal Brings This Book local and long distance telephone service in your home at very small cost.' Send for it today. phone Manager, or k f Panama-Callfor-Bff- neu-lxal3- ty It is free it tells how you can have Write nearest Bell Tele- ac-tita- ! repre-aez&n- al FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT lnvl-xtfo- la Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED, m - BOX 119, OWENSBORO, KY. vine-covere- - im l sun-crown- "long-distanc- e" concerning the slnklns- oC the Lusltanla. While some alternations in the form. ota the agreement, which will require its reference to Berlin again, must be made, they are re- Monday. r na-- minor ones,, and optimism France. The French report, tho still prevails that wltnla a short wrecking of German trenches on the time the controversy wm he settled plateau ot.Navarian in Champagne amicably. and the demolishing of reservoirs of asphyxiating "gas. v Appam WAR NEWS Case. The Gnnan Am- be-3a- bassador formally presented to tho Knsland. The British are said to State Department on behalf of the to be holding their own against tho Berlin Forafgn Office a. communicaTurks besieging' themin tion claiming that the British steamand to bo pressing tho Germans er Appam,. rucently taken: Into Hamphard in their African campaign. ton Roads by a German: prize crow, . , is entitled . ,n under tho Russia. In the Caucasus, Petro-gra- d treaty to remain. In American reports the Russians aro har- waters indefinitely. assing the Turks and have repulsed their attacks with heavy lQsses.. Itusslu. The Russians aro again uiuy iiuvu iiiuuu on tho aggTesslvo In Gallcta. Vienna iil aerial raids on tho Germans and havo claims that In an attack on tho exploded a system of Teuton mines. positions northwest of'Tarnppol tho Russians were oject- Nine, hundred Germap ed. from tho point attacked. ( Germany. TCht-El-Ab-a- Jr .. - Prussian-America- , soldiers nnd' 4,000" of .thcir'cplorilin troops are said to have been Interned France. Reno Brcsnard, Underin Spanish Guinea, retreating from secretary of State tor Aviation in Kamerun, the objective f. a Franco-Britis- h Franco has,, resigned following campaign. ' developed In tho French . c-- oppo-sAtlonh'- lch " v It- - le-s- Cablnetj' note-writin- eub-ttcrlb- , Tuesday. United States. Optimism prevails )') In Washington that tween tit United Ptntes nnd Jn many which .nrose ovpr tho slnVtiR of the steamer Lusltanla by a Gorman pulniafluVyill hesettled amicably. In olllclal circlea it has bion slated thatAisU'bf tho words "Illegal" or- 'dlravowal" will not bo lnsljtfd by tho United States. Thursday. Western Front. The aormans and French aro fighting furiously bereport that they have captured French trenches 800 ynrda long. Tho French admit having lout positions there. tween Lens and Arras. Tho Germans K RusHlait Front. Tho Germans say they have repulsed Russian infantry OverGermany. The attacks in the Riga region. Severe seas News" Agency of 'Berlin says fighting is developing in that sucthere are 1,429,171 prisoners of war tion. semi-official in Germany. ' -r-- -- ho -- -- Germany. Two German seaplanes raided thn Knnilah miit nt Wednesday. Lusltanla Case. President Wil- England, Injurlnc two women and n.i?l son and the members of his Cabinet child. They were driven away have gone oyer the latest proposal ubvbi ana military aeroplanes. The. nt flarminv fnr A. BAiilAmnn nt ttiA material damage la said to have been' Government's, demands light. American , ' J