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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS Hitpnbliam Subscription $1 per Year No. 33 SOUNDS KEYNOTE PLOT AGAINST OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1916. ry and Clay; No, 3, Owsley, Leo, Estill, Jackson, Rockcastloi No. 4, Knox, Laurel, Bell; No. 5, Pulaski, JURY HOLDS MORT Whitley, McCreary; No. 0, Wayne, CHURCHES TATE NOT GUILTY G. CAMPAIGN Russoll, Clinton, Cumberland, Monroe; No. 7, Darren, Metcalfe, Adair; Warren; No. 8, Edmonson, Alien, No. 9, Logan, Todd, Simpson; No. SENATOR ROOT RECEIVES GKEAIf BANQUET PART BEDIBTRICTINa MEASURE PUTS 10, Christian, Muhlenberg; No. 11, ACQUITTED OF POSSUM HUNTER POISONING AT OVATION FROM A NEW CONOF NATION-WID- E CHARGES IN CIRCUIT COURT OHIO, McLEAN AND HENDERLyonn, Trigg, Calloway, Marshall; YORK AUDIENCE. SPIRACY. HERE TUESDAY. SON IN 10th. No. 12, Fulton, Graves, Hickman; No. 13, Ballard, Carlisle, McCrack-eNo. 14, Livingston, Crittenden, RAPS FOREIGN POLICIES 16, Webster, NOTES A NEST OF ANARCHISTS COURT TO PASS Union, Caldwell; No.Henderson, Mc- OTHER IS EXPECTED Hopkins; No. 16, Lean, Ohio; No. 17, Daviess, Han President Taken to Task for Mafcfai? cock; No. 18, Brcckonrldge, Meade, . Crlmlnnl Docket Disposed of and Destruction of Houses of Worship Hancock County Win Probably 'Bo Hardin; No. 19, Orayson, Hart, Threats He Has Not All Over the Country Was. Civil Cases Now Dclng 1'laced With Daviess Instead "Backed UP." Greene, Dutler; No. 20, Nelson, Ma Planned. Tried. Of McLean. rlon, Taylor, LaRuo; No. 21, Anderson, Shelby, Spencer, Bullitt, Oldham, Trimble; No. 22, Garrard, New York, Feb. 16. In a speech Chicago) III., Feb.15. Search was about two After deliberating ' Radical changes arc proposed In Lincoln, Boyle, Casey; No. 23, Mer criticizing the Wilson Administration . T. n Woodford, Franklin, Washing- hours in the case of Commonwealth started today for the principals In especially In respect to Its foreign v reapportionment or tno state mio-cor- , y believed by the police to have policy, former United States Senator legislative districts by Uon; No. 24, Fayette; No. 29, Gal- - vs. Mort Tate, charged with whip- what is plot and a to destroy buildings and Elihu Root, as temporary chairman In the senate by latin, Henry, Scott, Carroll, Owen; ping Charlie Hoops, the jury return- beep Tillls Introduced clergy, bankers ters. of the Republican State Convention, No. 30, Kenton; No. 31, Campbell; ed a verdict of not guilty In Circuit kill members of the A. E. Strlcklctt, of CovinSenator Recently It became known that sounded here tonight what was regton, and In tho houso of Represen- No. 32, Mason, Boone, Grant, Pen- Court here Tuesday. Tho evidence, and others, in a dozen cities In varap- ious sections of the United States. dynamite sufficient to wreck many garded as tho keynote of the RepubMeyers, of Coving dleton, Bracken; No. 33, Bourbon, as taken In court, against Tate tative Harry J. Montgomery, peared very weak. Hoops, himself Discovery of tho alleged plot, accordi- bulldlngB had been found secreted In lican national campaign. He was Inton. It Is understood that these Harrison, Nicholas, 'h Tedlstrlctlug measures, while not all Robertson; No. 34, Madison, Clark, took tho stand, but could not swear ng1 to the police, resulted from extroduced by Frederick C. Tanner, was in the gang that ap- amination ot the personal effects ot -- The letter, which was not signed, chairman of the State Committee, that tho Republicans desired, never- Jessamine; No. 35, Elliott, Rowan, that Tate rod. County officials and John Allegrlnl, confidant of Jean plied the read: and was greeted with an ovation theless will bo supported by tho min- riemlng, Bath, Menifee, Powell; No. "There are many good men pen- which lasted two and a half minMorgan, Magof- other men ot high standing were in- Crones, who is charged by the auority almost to a man, and that with 30, Wolfe, Breathitt, to thorities with putting poison In soup ned up like dogs In Jollet. What a utes. troduced to testify In regard . tho other support assured they aro fin; No. 37, Carter, Greenup, Lewis; given Archbishop wonderful thing It would be if we Lawrence, Tate's character and nothing was. qt the banquet Every seat In the convention halt in a fair way of passago at this ses- No. 38, Martin, Johnson, brought out detrimental to his repu- George W. Mundelelnn at the Univer- could free them. It would be hard. and all standing room was occupied Boyd. sion. Is there." tation. The defendant was repre. sity Club Thursday night, and caus- You know F long before the convention opened. An effort will be mado to have ing, the Illness of 100 of the guests. sented by Heavrin, Kirk & Martin. The boxes were almost entirely recounOhio, McLean and Henderson (ihlef of police HeaTey, Chief of All of the remaining "Possum , served for women, one being filled ties for district No. 16, and Hancock SHORTAGE FOUND Hunter" cases have been adjourned .Detectives Nicholas Hunt, and Dep OFFERED HIM 11,000 with suffrage leaders. 17 and Daviess will constitute No. uty! Chief ot Police Herman Schuet-tle- rj term of until Attacks Mexican Policy. DUNDEE BANK cases the next of follow:court. Other instead of McLean and Daviess, as It IN announced today after studying disposed TO SLAY WOODRUFF The first part of Mr. Root's speech now stands. Com'th. vs. Gilbert Hayes setj translations of letters written in which was devoted to a consideraUnder tho provisions of tho now forward ror trial on iatn aay oi tne Italian, found in Allegrlni'a rooms. tion of the tariff and economic conIn the SPECIAIj DEPUTY proposed apportionment - B- - LIKENS, ihat they regarded as established the February term. ana Meyers dims, l,ouis--vll- le FARMER TELLS OF PROPOSITION ditions, was received in comparative- Strlcklett IN CHARGE, ISSUES REPORT organi existence of an Com'th. vs. Ebon Shultz, silence. When he opened an, IN MADISONVILLE MURand Jefferson county are given OF CONDITION. Glenn Stewart and Reed Hurt; zation, , headed by a "committee ot tack on President Wilson's Mexlcaa senators, an increaso of DER TRIAL. four state ! fifteen," of which Crones and Alle &c continued for process. policy he was repeatedly Interrupt one, and eleven representatives (2 grlnl are believed to have been memLikens Com'th. vs. Mario? ed with applause, however. Is three moro than tho preswhich set forward to February bers. A partial report on the condition cases) The first prolonged outbursts ot Madlsonvllle, Ky., Feb. 16. A ent legislature apportionment. Dun-.Ia- a. 16th for trial. of tho Dundee Deposll Bank at Police are searching for Crones, Jury was finally impaneled here in cheers came when Mr. Root, turning Other Districts. which went into liquidation I Com'th. vs. Ira. Himes, et-a- L by; who Is a former assistant chef at the case of the commonwealth against to European affairs, denounced the Other legislative districts are ap- - about fom weekB ag0 Allowing the order of court this prosecution Is the University Club. Allegrlnl Is in James Robinson, under indictment President's policy as one of making portioned in tho Meyers bill as fol- BulcWe of j. 8 teller, the cahshler, continued for want ot time and. set Jail, charged with conspiracy to tor the killing of Dermett Woodruff threats, and falling to make them lWfl: has been made public by G. B. Llk- - down for. trial to 3d day June term. and his clerk, Glover Hoard, at Ham-b- y good. No. 1, Pike; No. 2, Letcher and ea gpecln, deputy bankIng commls- - i The police were guarded In makSame order was made in Com'th. Inthe prepared speech that Mr. Station in February, 1915. No. 3, Martin and Floyd; Knott; 8loner The report glvos tho condi- - vs. Marvin Taylor, et al., setting case ing public the contents of Allegrlnt's Although many Important wltnes-e- s Root sent out In advance he referred No. 4, Johnson; No. 5, Morgan and t,on Qt tho bank nt tho close r DUsl- correspondence, but It was stated 3d day ot Juno term. were absent, over one hundred to Theodore Roosevelt as one of Jho Magomn; No. 0, Lawrenco and El- - negs on January 14( 1916, a8 8hown for trial Com'th. vs. Will Harris (2 cases) that plans and specifications were were pregent at the open,ng of mmt men who had believed In the duty llott; No. 7, Boyd; No. 8, Carter; by the booka In hlg report th0 Bpcc. found ot several large downtown today. Great interest is being maul; of the American government to pro forward. No. 9. Greenup; -- No. 10, Lowls; No. M commlg8,oner Bay8: Com'th. vs. Walter May, &c. set buildings in Chicago, which, it is f ested'in the trial and the courthouse test at the violation of Belgium's 11, Mason; No 12. Fleming; No. M th,g Umo j flnd that ,n four axt. iorwaru 10 inn aay oi r eoruary . um, uuu uCCU iui uconu,.- neutrality by Germany. This referg crowded an day No. H,, Men- 13, Bath and Rowan; tlon by tho commltteeThese lnclud-- 1 ferent accounl8 shortages appear as term, for trial. , Tno commonweaith had prepared a ence was omitted tonight In the ac1fco and Montgomery; No. 15, Pow- - followg: tual speech. The temporary chair Com'th. vs. Horman Morris set cd the Peoples Gas, Light and Coke blackboard char,t Bhowlng the and ell and Wolfo; No. 16, Clark Noteg ?li561.77, American South- to next Tuesday, 14th day ot , Company buildings In Chicago; the Uon of tne bodleg wheQ found alsQ man himself denounced, however tho Estlll; No. 17, Leo and Owsley; No. ern NaUonal Bank, Louisville, Ky., Union League Club, ana Federal ihB hMtntf rnfiPnH trMr .tn Tho failure of the United States Govern- 18, Breathitt; No. 19, Harlan and (correspondent), $1,914.60 (this will February term, for trial. ' Com'th. vs. Jesse Fulkerson, et al. buildlng. flrst witnesaes were examined mainly ment to protest against the InYaslon Terry; No. 20, Clay and Leslie; bo ,ncrea8ed t0 more than $2,000 . The attempt to wreck St. Patrick's on the nature ot the wounds and the ot Belgium. continued to Juno term for want No. 21, Bell; No. 22, Whitney; No. when tnQ nccounts ar0 rJnnly adjust- '"57 Can No- - Remain Silent. Roman Catholic church In New York ' position of the bodies when first dis- of time. 23, Knox; No. 24, Laurel; No. 25, c I "H tne Publio "opinion of tne Same order In Com'th. vs. Claude a year ago also Is believed by Cap- - j covered. 26. 0'ut8tandtag certificates of depos- Jackson and Rockcastle; No. -- 1" T tain Hunt to haye been a part of Two of the commonwealth's star world," he said, "was to remain si' JSJadlaon; No. 27, Bourbon; No. 28, u amountIng t0 $1,391.92 moro than Allen, et al. t On account of sickness in his fam- the alleged plot. According to the witnesses were on the stand yester- - lent on tnat neutral upon that 'then 29. Nicholas and, ,g 8hown by the bookg( al,.of whIch Harrison; No and Jg & Uabimy) of tho bank, AU certlt- - ily Alva Carter was excused from detective who did the translating, aayj jn. k. Gordon, a prominent at- - a11 ta,k about peace and Justice and Robertson; No. 30, Bracken service on grand Jury and cortaln. leaders In a conspiracy, which torney of this clty.and Cliff Knight, international law and the rights of" rondleton; No. V J. Campbell, out- s not bavo been presented further James Nail was sumoned and em Is said to be international in scope, a farmer. When Mr. Gordon was'mant tho progress of humanity and side of Nowp'irt: No. 32, Campbell, j vorlfIcatlon and tho shortage on paneled in, have headquarters In Rome. He add- -' asked by the commonwealth to tel of ' ho spread of liberty, is idle .patter his stead:- - , Plly.of Newport ; No. 33, Kenton, th,8 account may bo lncreased. mere weak sentimentality." The case ot Mrs. Oma Turner vs. ed that some of the letters contain- - the conversation he had with Rob-- 1 outside of Covlntton; No. 34, Ken- - , The demand d ,ta nt lh,8 Ume A move Interpreted by Gov. Whit-us- ed ton, part of OoTlugton: No: 3., I yo becn found t0 be 515i83 ,n M. L. Heavrlu, &c, wherein the for- ed detailed descriptions of bombs mson jn regard to Woodruff, one of M by the conspirators. Some of the murdered men. Attorney Breath-- ! man's supporters as Intended to pre-the- tll- - . Boone and Grant; No. 37, Owen and ,, Bhown on tbo mer claims $10,000, Is now on trial. he said were designed, to Gallatin; No. 38. Carroll and Trim-- , b0Qk and th,8 gum ,g B Habllty ot Owing to Interest in the case sevfor the defense objected on the vent any fight on the convention eral Jurors were relieved and oth- wreck buildings, others to kill po- - grounds that tho conversation be-ct ai endorsement of the State bio; No. 39, Henry and Oldham; bank Tota, dennlt0,r located at ers substituted. The plaintiff Is rep- licemen, and still others to spread tween Robinson and Gordon was that Administration, was made by Charles No. 40, Shelby; No. 41, Franklin; $5,384.12. 'when between a client and attorney and ' B. Sears, of Erie, immediately after resented by H. P. Taylor, Hartford, death among churchgoers No. 42, Scott; No. 43, Fayette, out- Th0 nctuaj ya,ue of tho noteBi ov find Judge ' Madlson-vlllr- t, they are walking away from church J. F. Gordon, Mr. Root ended his speech. Sears was confidential. aide of Lexington; No. 44, Fayette accounts, real 08tBte, furnI. while W. H. Barnes, Glenn k discussing the sermon,' . , Clty of Lexington; No. 45, Woodford The court called all the lawyers of moved that all resolutions be refer-pnn nnt ,m clven Names Obtained. S.mmcrman, C. M. Crowe and Kck and Jessamlno; tio. 40, Anderson at this time. the local bar into consultation with red to the Committee on Resolu-th- e & Martin aro looking after the InterNames of the 'committee of flf Mercer; and Washington; No. 47, result that the oblectlon was tlons without .debate. The motion statement attached Is ests Tho formal Many tech- teen' aro said to be in tho hands of j overruled. of tho defendants. Ko. 48, Boyle; No. 49, Garrard; No. made a part ot this report. Mr. Gordon then stated , waB declared adopted by Chairman nical points of law have been thrash- the police, and It was predicted that that Robinson had asked him what GQ Lincoln; No. 51, Pulaski;' No. i Respectfully submitted, """ ed out and it is likely that practical- the arrest of some of the commlteee- - lhe penalty would bo n If Woodruff 52, Casey and Russell; No. 53, MCommittees Are Named. O. B. LIKENS, would be made before wou!d ..drop out- - Mr Gordon stated ly all of today will be consumed in members Speaker Sweet, of the Assembly, cCreary and Wayno; No. .54, Clinton Special Deputy Banking Commissionn,6ht. tho hearings ot this case. ""' and Cumberland; No. 55, Metcalfo that of course he could give no an- - moved that tho rules of the Asembly er. Tho, grand Jury was still In sesChief of detective Hunt has com- - 8W6r Q a question ot that sort. e adopted as tho rules of the con- and Monroo; No. 50, Barren; No. 57, Tho directors and tho number of sion at press hour yesterday and had munlcated with Nashville. Tenn., Sa- Hart and Grccno; No. 58, Laruo and shares each hold follows: C1iff Knight, when cross cxamtn- - ventlon, except that the minority in ' lldn, Col., St. Paul and 8t. Louis, in ed by Attorney Fox for u. u, iiuuir uuu iu,iu.H lunrjou; p Hlmrf.B. a. a returned tho following Indictmentsdofenso committees bo permitted to submit? , 44 Mltcnell B Tom Wilson, charged with taking hope ot apprehending Crones In ono became muddled In somethe his an- reports. This proposal also was carNo. 60, Nelson; No. 61 Hardin and'A ot B gh E . and appropriating package ot whis- of those cities. Moade; No. 02, Spencer and Uul swers in substanco his testimony was ried. shares; F. N. Landrum, 10 snares; key from American Express CompaPolice workers on tho case point- that If ho (Knight) killed Woodruff, The Committees on Resolutions, lltt; No. 74, Brcckenrldgo and Han- J. M. Neighbors, 7 shares; J. D. Duko ny while In transit. Tom Mlnton, ed out today that the Illness ot fifty ho would receive $1,000 from Robin- delegates to the national convention ot 10 shares. cock; No. 7C, Daviess, outsldo charged with crlmo of striking with guests who attended tho Knights ot son. Knight stated he told Robin- - and credentials then woro named. Owousboro; No. 70, City ot Owous-borcross-csaw with intent to kill. Columbus banquet on October 12 BOn ho had nothing against Woodruff, Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler was ap78, No. N. 77. McLean: ?. HENRY AULL DIES Klath Lawrenco, charged with crime last might havo been duo to tho ac- - waa aIao afrald of tho consequences, pointed chairman ot the Committee Ohio: No. 79. Grayson: No. 80. But- . AT HOWLING GREEN HOME ot striking with intent to kill. Moso rtvlrtaa nf in. nltanArl nntiantuntnwo ' ana two ..,.k.wa i v..u ..Cj,u luu.i-u- . 1r nml KflmnnRnn- - No. Rl. Wnrrfl.i. amaavlts were later proauceu on Resolutions and Senator George Wilson, charged with tho crime ot At first It was believed that tho lll - nrt rBn--H in mrt i.v th ,infnnBn ir. F. Argetslnger, of Rochester, ol the except Magisterial Districts 1 and Bowling Green, Ky., Feb. 12. Dr. cutting and wounding another with ness ot tho banqueters was caused which Knight stated Robinson had Commltteo on Delegates. 2; No. 82, Warren, City ot Bowling Aull, ono of Bowling a deadly weapon with intent to kill. from ptomaine poison, but discovery not mado him such a proposition. Districts 1 T. Henry Green and Magisterial The convention adjourned at' 10:40 and 2; No. 83, Allen and Simpson; Green's most prominent druggists, Marlon likens, charged with sollmg ot the plot, to poison guests at the Knight cannot read or write and had o'clock to meet again at 11 o'clock No. 84, Logan; No. 85, Todd; No. died yesterday afternoon at his homo liquor without license. Owen Cash, Mundelelh dinner has given strength signed his mark. Court adjourned at tomorrow morning. When William Barnes entered the 86, Muhlenberg; No. 87, Christian; in this city. Dr. Aull bad been HI Henry Whlttaker, Henry McClure, to the belief that tho Illness ot the 5; 30 o'clock with Knight still on the other banqueters may have been due stand. Mrs. Knight with a two-yea'No. 88, Trigg; No. 89, Caldwell and tor some timo ot stomach trouble, Henry Hjnton, Bert Coffman, hall before the session opened he petit larency. Henry Whlt- to a slmtmlar plot. Lyon; No. 90, Hopkins; No. 91, and the end was not unexpected. He old child stayed-I- n the court room was asked what action he Intended In connection with the alleged throughout the entire session, oc- -, to take In the convention. Crittenden and Livingston; No. 93, had been In the drug business In taker, carrying concealed a deadly No. this city for over twenty years. Ho woapon. Joe St Clair, Frank St Clair plans of tho conspirators to destroy cupylng a seat near her husband. 'Webster; No. 93, Henderson; "I have certain plans which I will put thru," he saidv "You will see '94, Union; No. 96, Marshall; No. was 65 years of age. He Is survived Jno. Wilson, breach ot peaco, Mose public buildings and church properi Not Very, BHt Some. 96, Calloway; No. 97, Graves; No. by two daughters, Mrs. George H. Wilson, malicious cutting with in- ty, police records show that two-scowhat they are when I carry then or more Chicago churches have "Isn't that rather strong stuff that out. 98, McCracken; No. 99, Ballard and Mosely and Miss Virginia Aull, both tent to kill. William Maddox, murCarlisle; No. 100, Hickman and Ful- of this city. Ho leaves also a father, der, C. Loo Warden, carrying con- suffered losses within the last two you boys buy?" asked a Northern years. At the Moody church it was man ot a negro who had Just bought For Sale. Dr. A. S. Aull, of Auburn, Ky., and cealed a deadly weapon. ton. My residence on Clay St., Hartford said, no less than six fires said to a pint ot rather vigorous whisky. a brother, Eugene Aull, ot this, city. Senatorial Districts. . have been ot incendiary orgin, have "No sah," replied the negro: "not Ky., also vacant lot adjoining same. Red Top. Ed. 'Note Dr. Aull was born near The senatorial districts outside ot Sulphur-- ' Springs and several years The best grade of Red Top Seed been extinguished with small loss so strong as mV be, sah. We reckon Will sell for caBh or 6 and 12 months Lewlavllle will be as follows: - 32tt during thelast year. to this yere about three fights to a time No. 1, Pike, Knott and Floyd; ago worked in the drug store ot Mr. on the market. MRS. 8. J. WEDDING. ' W. 'E. ELLIS & BRO. Other churches In which incea- - pint, sah!" Ke, 2, Harlan, .Letcher, Leslie, Per- - J. W. Ford, In Hartford. AFFECT OHIO CO. THE n; Am .... - dfary fires hare been discovered Include Draco Episcopal church, which was destroyed September 26 last. Oakland Methodist church, Norwood Park Methodist charch, Auburn Park Methodist church, Evanballstlcal Lutheran Catholic church, Trinity Reformed Episcopal church, and three Episcopal churches St. Chyrsos-tom'- s, All Saints and St. Albans. One of tho Interesting developments in the case yesterday was the finding of a letter in Allegrlni'a pocket In which reference was made to a fund colected for the widow of Gaotano Brescl, who assassinated King Humbert of Italy. Subsequent developments have led the police to believe that Crones and Allegrlnl may have had, knowledge of the plot to assassinate the Italian monarch. That an attempt to blow up the State penitentiary at Jolfet, II., was one of the plans of the alleged plotters, tho police said today, was Indiletcated by one ot the Allegrlnl 0. P. HI J ! 4 Geo.-Jew-el- l, anti-cleric- al at -- er. . r .set uicu posl-forwa- rd I se, j, -- flr ,, I -- R. ..'. -- o: ut . ... .. charg-e(T"wl- th r- re - 4 i ijn4-wii- '"mjjij""""iit iffi dirt ii irtMjmr'"- - WJ-- - - - m yp'Hi w -. A I r H after they had braved the perils of the experts on the use of only 60 the ocean. Their every step from per cent, of Germany's available HUNDREDS ATTEND MANY DEFENSE the beginning was marked by blood shipping tonnage for the first expediIn order that our country might en-- I tion and 75 per cent, for the second, OFFERED the ships being able to return to LINCOLN BANQUET dure. These dedicators were susFLANS tained always by the American prinGermany from America for a second SIX MONTHS ONE YEAR ciples of patriotlsra.ln the great war lead and to make a second landing In the United States In thirty and CHICAGO'S MAYOR AND ED. MOR of tho rebellion they shed oceans of camera "ways op incrkasixg blood that the Nation might be cedays. ROW ARE PROMINENT xvnovs LAND FOnCES mented, Similar computations also were FIGURES. SUGGESTED. made by the War College experts Will Take Place In World. In regard to possible Invasion by "In this hour tonight, we should, France, Great Brit- everywhere, ORATORY IN TTflT TTllUC Americans Lincoln, feel thrilled with PACIF1STS0BJECTT0ALL 'aln, Italy, Japan and Russia. that this Na the life of Problem Facing Committee. tion shall take Its place thruout tho (NOT SUNDAY) "Our system should be able to realms of tho earth, in every land ' Mil- - furnish 500,000 trained and organ- j Speaker Turn Looe and' 525 Ex-CEte :Expenc 31ml Declare That and on every sea, carrying American AND poncnts of Lincoln Principles ized mobile troops af the outbreak -, Win Result If Bills. 2ttrlsm Ideals ot Justice, Godliness and fair 0 of a war, and to have at least tnjoy occasion. Go Through. dealing. ' 'This nation should be more available within ninety so concelv- -' days thereafter." assert the experts ed that it should have the' power, of College. Even at that, Louisville, Ky.. February 13. "Washington, Teb. 12. Now that of the War sword It necessary to preserve Its A GREAT MONTHLY alone" Homage to Abraham Lincoln, in on the Army Approprla- - they add, 'two expeditions provide honor and Integrity. We can no tie hearings lioon rlrtnallv con- - from a foreign foe "will a commemoration of the one hundred longer MAGAZINE TJtn linx-keep the hand of destiny from 4i enough to cope with our and seventh anniversary of his birth forcing e Hy the House Committee on I'orce large this Nation into daOwl . v at3iarx Affairs, of which Represen- - scquently, moui.e iruuiH., outbreak was paid by 525 exponents of his affairs. It must and will take its we must at tbe principles last night at the second place In world-wid- e affairs, and it CzUre "V- 3. Tlelds is a member, six of hostilities provide the system to annual banquet of the Lincoln Pro- should have a power commensurate concrete plans lor Increasing the AND In addition, at least train, tective Club of which Mayor Wil- - with its greatness. land forces In preparedness raise andtroops to replace the losses 500,000 acaxnLtrar may be said to be under and wastage in personnel incident iam Hale Thompson, of Chicago, was j 'I believe that if Lincoln and his Probably a the honor guest and tho principle soldiers were here tonight and the xranrxl consideration. to war. speaker, at the Seelbach Hotel. I heroes of Valley Forge, they would el&ara others have been advanced Special Rate Period Limited These The two main problems confrontThe attendance at the event and say. 'give to this land of ours an Crasi lime to time from various ing the House committee, therefore, the bursts of enthusiasm that greetTwo Alonlhs. arm on the sea and an arm on the searatj, "but six stand out more are to decide oa the adequate numvrtscincntlr than the rest. These ber of soldiers to be provided, with- ed references to Republican policies land and a navy strong enough to attested the unity and solidity of the command respect at home and to are Tnrjner Secretary Garrison Reg- - out going to an extreme, and how to Emacipator's party. Ed. Morrow's challenge admiration abroad. Give to Induce or compel the required num- - entrance Into the hall and his adthis land a 'navy great enough, If alar array, 141.S43; national guard, jber of men to come forward. . dress met with prolonged applause. need be, to defend the righteous Jus125.00; continental army-- 400,000; On the other hand, oponents of Mayor Thompson was introduced tice ot our country in any waters on total. G70.S43; annual cost, preparedness are emphasizing the by Judge George DuRelle, toastmas- army earth. allegation that under the Adminis ter, as the 'man who carried the the great Give to this land an so General StaE, ot "War College Subscription orders at this into will bo acthat It could not be arrest plan this year the United Beggar army. 500,000; continental tration wouldof be spending 70 per wicked and Democratic city of Chi ed and put In Jail by the Xew York cepted only when fcent through regular Courier-JournStates arsy. three months training a year cent, of its annual budget for mili cago by 149,000 votes," and as the police force.' Agent in this district. tor three rears, 500,000; on furlough tary purposes, as against 55 per "man who settled the street car strike and closed saloons on Sue- Sciatica's Piercing Pain. far tlirce ranaths extra training cent, for day. service, 500,000; total, 1,500,-- ceatT for Germany, 45 rer iu nui uic uci ic i'aius ui uciauca Japan, 37 per cent, for Great Bricost, $353,000,000. yau can always depend on Sloan's annual Kentucky G. O. P. Commended tain and 35 per cent, for France. .Senator G. E. Chamberlain, Chalr-?.- 'i In prefacing his address on "Ken- Liniment. It penetrates to the seat of 3dllltary Affairs Regular tucky and nilnois their Great Con- ot pain and brings ease as soon as it Many People Don't Know. great comfort too with arxsr. 165.524, composed of 64 COURIER-JOURNA- L Mayor Thompson took the Is applied. CO., Louisville, Ky. A sluggish liver can cause a per- tribution, cav20 field artillery and 19 opportunity to congratulate the Re- Sloan's Is that no rubbing Is required. misery. Spells alry TEsbaents. with 30,000 men for son an awful lot of publican party in Kentucky and Sloan's Liniment Is invaluable for caxst artillery; seven regiments and cf dizziness, headaches, constipation members of the Lincoln Protective stopping muscular nerve pain of any and serrsi battalions of engineers and your biliousness are sure signs that Club on their wonderful work in kind.. Try it at once if you suffer liver needs help. Take Dr. .wjsrml corps ot 1.S40 men. with Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sore Kentucky. iGen. .Leonard Wood Regular King's New .Life Pills and see how Sprains, Mayor Thompson praised Mr. Mor- Throat, Pain In Chest, anay of 120,000, federalization of they help tone up the whole system. row for his gallant campaign for Bruises, etc It is excellent for Neudi25c. at all the national .guard and compulsory Fine, for the stomach too. Aids Governor of Kentucky, "who lacked ralgia and Headache. aerxjee "based on Swiss or Australian gestion. Purifies the blood and oaly 400 votes being elected." 2 Druggists. clears the complexion. Only 25c at "He was elected" vouchsafed a 3 your Druggist. OScn.2Celson A. Miles Federallza-ttioman In the audience. oTlfhb 'national guard, with mlll"Well, he didn't get his certificate SCOTTSVILLE MAN rtia. as ibs hac2one of defense and Here Is Right Off and that's a very important Item. Bat! ;a shorter enlistment term as a basis BELGIAN REFUSES If they stole the election from you TO BE CHAIRMAN E crease. Ed." he said, turning to Mr. Mor Theodore "Roosevelt Regular army BODY OF HIS SGN row, "go after a higher honor, and jir.25Jl.0fln. with some sort of the people will elect you to iU" COJLMITTEE STATE CENTRAL service, based on the Swiss HOME AND Frenzied cheers signified the ap3IEETS AM) SELECTS TEM- or Anslrallan system. proval of Mayor Thompson's pho- WOULD NOT PERMIT RE3LVINS PORARr OFFICERS. Two Main Arguments. phecy. TO ENTER -ZZIUItarlsm and "expense" are "Howdy, Ed!" Greeting MISS CAVELL. fie "two main arguments voiced by When Mr. Morrow arose to speak t. LouIsrlHc, Ky., February 13. opponents of the preparedness on "Patriotlsxa the eatlrc assem T. B. Dixon, of Scottsrillo. was se- In reply to tho cry of AH One Year for Only Amsterdam, Jan. 2S. Further de- blage stood and greeted him with L. McCoy, ot Jackson, for temporary i the advocates of prepared--hes- 8 quote an utterance by MaJ. Gen. tails are reported from the Belgian cries ot "Howdy. Ed!" Mr. Morrow secretary of the Republican State ZEnxxry Upton In 1SS6, Indorsed frontier of the asslnation of Xels de smilingly acknowledged the hearty Convention by tbe State Central a Rode, the Belgian who Is alleged to reception accorded him. Committee, meeting at party headby the late Gen. W. T. In his characteristic way, Mr. quarters In The Seelbach yesterday and Ellhu Root when Secretary have betrayed Miss Edith Cavell, the English nurse, executed at Brussels Morrow said: "This banquet Is sure afternoon. The conrentton will be ot War. Gen. Upton said: or any for sore eyes to 2t Js a .popular delusion that by the German authorities. Accord- a sightold kind of eyes. see It sure held in Louisville March 1. ot A. other armies zna"ke "wars; the fact Is, wars ing to this story the body of a young does look good to me. because It A subcommittee composed MARCH 1, T. Kert. Judge John P. Haswell, J. inevitably make armies. Xo matter man who had been killed by two reacomplished that M. Chilton and Secretary AItIs S. government, war, volver shots, was found In a street looks like we have wriai the form of purpose for which the first Lincoln Bennett was appointed to select the Now is of the rulers, means at Scharbeek, a suburb of Brussels, actiThe of banquet was given one year ago hall for the conventios. They will I Qespotlsm, the danger from early one morning. He was at once absolute wonderful offer. Address all the purpose of solidifying, bringing decide betveen PheonLx Hill and one recognized as de Rode, a man of 25, wnlea "increases as the war Is together and uniting in a friendly of the n The Republican, Hartford Ky. theaters. Armies In time of peace have on cl a retired major of the Belgian spirt the Republican party. One year n RepubMr. Dixon Is a army Tne lay dc lore tae aoor ago seldom Jf ever overthrown their at the first Lincoln banquet, lican, having formerly been a memman's parents, but the In time of anarchy and of only 150 of us were there. We tried ber of the House of Representatives. to receive it and it was iz'.i war the people have often sought to to look pleasant, but we were not. He has stumped the State during the 12iai, and purchase peace at their .: to the public mortuary. It was a mighty squally time. We last several campaigns. He now Is take formal action during; tae meetImmediately the German author-tlown liberty. Jf we would escape this not what we were going heard of the case they .v? did do or know we were going to do County Attorney of Allen county. ing. daager, "we should make war with a where to e Republistreets arm. Xo foreign Invader Nrict orders that the affair --hfuld 1U This party tonight Is In celebra- Mr. McCoy Is an can editor. He Is tbe editor of the Has Used Cbmmberlala'a Cbngli Rema&aald ever be allowed a foothold on be kept as quiet as possible, but In tion of the complete and absolute Jackson Xews. Xo names except edy- for 20 Years; structed the police at the same time success of soil. the movement started last those of Mr. Dixon and Mr. McCoy "Chamberlain's Cough. Remedy At present the United States to make every effort to discover the year to cement the party. were suggested "for the temporary has been uaed In mr household tor array consists or Is supposed to assassin. The news spread like wild Those who love the Republican convention officers. the past twenty years. I began givfire, however, and before noon all party In consist of 5.03 officers and this State," he continued. Those At Meetlngv-Thosing It to my children when they constl-xxt- e Brussells knew that a man regarded men, of whom 46.000 "and those who are proud of its part. attending the meeting were: were smalt As a quick relief for by the Belgians as a traitor had been xhe mobile troops In coatlnen-3al can thank God that there are no Chairman Ed T. Franks, A. T. Hert. croup, whooping cough, and ordinary United States and 13,000 are util- put to death. longer any differences, and that all holding the proxy of Charles L. colds, It has no eqaul. Being freo The slain man. It Is said, had been ised In continental coast defenses, the boys are back homo Inside the Scholi, of the H. IL from opium and ot&er harmful rrfce strength of the militia Is given suspected for a long time of spying old log cabin. Whatever wrongs Asher, of Plnevllle, holding the drugs, I nover felt afraid to glvo It as 120.000. Adopting the plan of for the Germans. It was reported there might have been on cither proxy of Joe F. Bosworth, of the to the children. I have recommended would that he, together with an individual 1313. Secretary Garrison S GU r.VRANTEED SERVICE side lire forgotten, all differences Mar- raise the army of 141.S43. of whom of the fame stamp, bed made a spe have been overlooked, friends can Stateholding S. T. Moore, of Mil- - It to a large number ot friends and One hundred per cent ion, the proxy of Ed R. neighbors, who have used it 'and young niea to take cialty of enticing 58.000 would form mobile meet friends and go on with the as ler. of the First district; J. VT. Mc- - f 8peak highly value. Special work for W. of it," writes Mra. Jtal troops and 20,000 be in the coast service In the Belgian army and then surance that with a fair count or O. W. Cullech. of the Second; A. J. Oliver. ' Mary Minke. Shortsvlllo. N, Y. Ob-when they were on the point of leavartillery. without a fair count. Kentucky again W. F. STEVENS, ScotUvflle, holding the proxy of talnable everywhere. n ing the country, delivering them to will be a Republican State. Computations Made. R. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. m J. H. Gilliam, ot tbe Third: Judge the Germans. But recently. It Is stat Tot the "'second line." Mr. Representing Continental Rekindle Fires. John P. Haswell, of the Fourth; J. A Dor Hero. proposes a 'continental army" ed, proof had been obtained that it Marblo & Granlto Co. strife, M. Chilton, ot the Fifth; M. L. Gal- "In this hour of world-wid- e The regimental dog of the 23rd of 400.006 men. to be raised at the was de Rode, who betrayed Miss Ca133,000 a year for three vell to the Germans as well as Ar- when it seems that the brotherhood vin, ot the Sixth; H. G. Garrett, ot French fort died on tho field ot honrate of Shelby-villor. In a recent engagement tho years, these men to be "obligated" chitect Baucq, who was put to death of mankind has almost been lost and the Seventh; L. F. Petty of holding the proxy of George D. was intrusted with a messago of time with her. From that moment de when it sems that men have almost to devote a certain amount Florence, ot the Eighth; Herman taea year to training, for a period Rnde's death sentence was sieaed. forgotten God, when nations are ris- Monroe, holding the proxy ofxF. II. from one set ot trenches to another. He had often been on similar erj There lsf it appears, a sort of so- - ing and falling, and in this hoar stl Jirfe .years. McCartney, ot the Ninth; James A. rands, and, although shot at scores Tn recommending a standing clety In Belgian, whose members when it seems that the world is emS. Cooper, of aiiuyol 500,000 men and an avail-- , have sworn to levy "Justice" on those broiled In the gTeat final Armaged- Scott of the Tenth: J.proxy of A. T. of times, had never been lilt. Fate Operated by don It is well that we who love our Somerset, holding the , failed to favor him to tho end. aud able extra force of 1.000,000 tho, who do spying service for the "who shot de Rode are country think ot Us past and dwell Slier, ot the Eleventh. with- - mans. this time he waa struck down. Just Those College experts assert that Hear Defease Advocate. as another couple ot bounds would Hotel Company "ia ivro creeks ot possible defeat ot said to have found papers on him on its future, should rekindle on the William B. Brewster, of New York have carreld him Into safety. Ho navy Germany ac- - that will enable thea to trace other hearthstones of our country the fires fte United States Under New Management secretary of the National Conference died as the message was untied from ot patriotism. .taaHy could Jand 3S7.000 seasoned spies. challenge. Gen. "In a hour like this. It is well to ot Mayors, who Is touring tbe coun- - hla collar. In reply to this T. QUISENBERRY. rcsuUn. na the Atlantic Coast, and , try in the Interest of a preparedness .Admiral George Dewey has said that von BUslng, the German governor commemorate the life and death of to be held in St. Louis Rates 91.00, lju and f 1.59 per Day ach landing! would be possible at ot Belgium, cot only imposed a fine the greatest man whose foot everjconfereaca 3 and 4. addressed the coapoint In "New "England and for of J 12,500 on Brussels, but levied a touched the rands fit the world. ItiMarch inany Meals J6 CeaU. I gun Ibbtj the seaboard. A second expe- - fine ot 12,500 against Scharralces ls well that we rededicate our Uvea. mlttee. 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C. tach tina condition I It's to chant tha shapa and color of uiwuabla brands to ImiUU tii Princo Albert tldjr rd tin. bat It it impottlbU la Imitata tha flavor oJ Prima Albert tobacco I Thapatanled procaai protects that I er half-poun- d tt aponaa-moUtan- ar IB&MESgS COSTUMES WORN BY WASHINGTON DISPIiAYED IX THE OLD Afc MUSEUM AT NATION-N. . WASH--IXGTO- A LARGE COLLECTION Also Contains Mementoes of Ills Life In The Field During The Revolution. Washington, Jan "tho many Interesting J. Among objects per22. rrM In 1 ov taining to Uie history of this country there is probably nothing which touches the hearts of truo Americans nioro quickly than the relics and mementoes of "The Father of His Country," Georgo Washington, many of which aro displayed in the old building of tho United States National Museum in Washington, says n statement Issued by the Smithsonian Institution. "This collection consists of a variety of material gathered from numerous sources While composed large- ly of articles of domestic and artistic Interest owned by Washington at Mount Vernon, the collection also Includes mementoes of his life In tho field during the War of tho Revolution, and a number of miscellaneous relics of greater or less Importance. "The most noteworthy objects are: Four pieces of plaster statuary, and a face mask; several portraits and engravings; many pieceB of furniture, including Washington's easy chair, tables, chairs, mirrors, bedstead and footstool; numerous candelabra, lamps and candlesticks; glass and chlnaware and table furnishings; as well as many personal relics. These latter perhaps represents mora to tho visitor, since they of this were the Individual-propert- y great statesman' and warrior. There aro two Interesting costumes worn by Washington; the o first an infant's robo of white silk, lined with old rose China silk, used on the occasion of his bro-cad- christening, "and the other a Continental army uniform worn when ho i- - f resigned his commission asJomman-der-ln-Chl- et of, the Continental army Aunapolls.Md., December 23, 1783, at Representing, as these costumes do, two such separated periods of his life, they tend to remind, the observer of the great things which 'were accomplished by Washington between lie times these diversified costumes were worn. Other articles of wearing apparel comprise a waistcoat and what were known as small clothes or knee breeches, ''Three teats, with poles, pep and pouches, a mess chest, spyglass, Held glass portablo writing case and Bhav-in- g glass, mako up the field equipment used by Washington in his campaign. Other relics, Including an Iron treasure chest and a zither and case, a music case of mahogany, a Chinese tea chest, and a gold medal his death, besides a number of other miscellaneous articles, complete' one of the most Interesting collections of historical objects In this country. "Slnco many of the articles relate so pertinently to the home of Washington, a brief mention of Us history is here made. "Mount Vernon House, historically tho most interesting of American mansions, and closely associated with nearly all the objects herein dein 1743 for scribed, was erected the Lawrenco Washington, of George, and so named In honor of Admiral Edward Vernon, U. N., under whose command Lawrence Washington had served during tho British expedition against Cartagena In 1741. The property passed into the hands of Georgo after tho death of Lawrencein 1752, and the house was later improved and enlarged. Purchase of Mt. Vernou. Whon Mrs. Washington died In 1802, Mount Vernon became, In accordance with Washington's will, the property of his nephew, Bushrod Washington, who In turn bequeathed to his nephew, John Augustine Washington, from whom it passed to a son of the same name, and In 1858 was purchased from him by the Mount Vernon Ladles' Association. "By an act of Congress, approved June 20, 1878, the Government purchased a collection of Washington relics from G. W. Lewis and others, tho heirs of Mrs. Lawrence Lewis,' the adopted daughter of Washington, and tho wife of his nephew, Ma, Lawrence Lewis. After the death ct Mrs. Washington, in 1802, theso objects had passed Into tho hands of Mrs. Lewis, and on her death, In 1852, were received by her heirs, who held them until their purchase by the Government In 1878, when thoy wero deposited in the United" States Patent Office, where they remained until transferred to the United States National Museum In 1883. "The objects purchased form the greater portion of the Washington-lan- a in the museum, and are designated as belonging to the "Lewis Tho sources of other Collection." Washington relics, received by the museum at various times as loans or gifts, are noted on the descriptive half-brother FATHER OF 24 IS HALE AND HEARTY STORY OF "UNCLE BOB" BATES FEATURED IN LOUISVILLE HERALD. Thirty years later, however, ho acceded to tho wishes of his friends and becamo a candidate. In that session, ho Introduced the bill and fought for tho creation of a now county out of parts of Letcher and Floyd, and as a result, Knott county was created, being named for Governor J. Proctor Knott then Chief Executive. Whllo talking of "Uncle Bob," ho Is frequently mentioned as tho "Father of Knott county," until this day. Walks To Frankfort. Twenty-fiv- o years ago tho people of his home county again persuaded "Uncle Bob" to becomo a candidate for Sheriff. Ho was elected by a largo majority and mado an cnvla-bl- o reputation. During his administration, he mado several' trips afoot to Frankfort to transact business. Not long ago, when he had business at Mt. Sterling; a distance of 200 miles, he set out on horseback, making tho distance In a little more than two days. Hearing of a bunch of cattle in Russell County, Va a fow days later, ho mounted his horse, and rode over Into the Virginia county in less than a day, closed the deal, and drove tho cattle to Kentucky the following day-Shalo and healthy, Uncle Bob lives next to nature, refuses to take medicines, and never used tobacco any form. "I take life, in the right sort of way," he said, "I don't worry, no matter what obstacles confront me. Laugh and be merry, is my motto. It is better by far to 'Just grin and bear it', if something goes wrong." From an almost trackless forest, Undo Bob has seen his country develop churches and schools established, feud wars arise and end, railroads built, coal mines opened, In fact, a new order of things established throughout the length and breadth of Eastern Kentucky. Uncle Bob has a large number of grandchildren descendants. His number more than 200; great-gran- d children 105; and great, great grandchildren about sixty. He is a brother of Capt. Martin Van Buren Bates, famous Kentucky giant, who lives at Seville, Ohio, and whom he plans to visit this year. Loulsvillo Herald. Ull Typewriter Gives Business Standing TR! small town merchant, the rural business man ortB farmcMVho uses a typewriter has the advantage over the mac ' who does not. The typewriter not only saves time in writing letters aa matting out duis, duc ic auas prestige ana reputation to the uses. The L. C. Smith & Bros. 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For your cold, for your cough, for your feverish throat, nose and head, use Dr. Bell's Fine Tar Honey. Honey Boothes the irritation, Pino Tar cuts the phlegm, thus relieving con city gestion. Pine Tar also acts as an an"Undo Bob boasts of having late- tiseptic as a result general relief fol ly become the father of a boy baby lows. Breathing becomes easier and the twenty fourth that has come further Jnflamatlon Is arrested. In tobloss tho family circle and he Is sist on Dr. Bell's It receiving congratulations of a legion Is an ideal treatment. Prico 25 c. 3 of friends over the State. .He has been married three times, according QUESTS MISSED DEATH to tho records. To the first union, BY A NARROW MARGIN nine children were born; to the second, eight, and to the third and Chicago, Feb. 13. Analysis of the present wife, seven. His first two poisoned soup which made a hundred wives died. or more prominent guests violently After the death of his second "wife, HI at a banquet given Archbishop he decided to remain single, but Thursday night single blessedness was too much for Mundeleln here last at the University Club was complethe at once set about to marhim and by Dr. Frederick O. Toney ry. His third choice was a pretty ed guests young woman, of 18, whom he mar- The analysis showed that the who partook of the soup missed death ried In his eighty fourth year. by a narrow margin. The poison Showed Thrifty Spirit. used was white oxide of arsenic. Dr. Early In life, "Uncle Bob" devel Toney satd that his estimate showoped a spirit of thrift and economy, ed that tho portions jserved each and tho yet a young man, had saved guest contained one and a halt grains up thousands of dollars, something of the drug. unusual for that day, He kept everHis calculations showed that the lastingly at it, and today he boasts entire kettle of soup contained 480 of the fact of, having learned and grains. This development was resaved for himself, a thousand or more garded as significant by detectives dollars each year of his life. He has working on the case. In the amateur 'dealt extensively in stock, cattle, laboratory of Jean Crones, the miss sheep, hogs, has bought produce, ing assistant chef at the club, an tilled the soil and blocked together ounce bottle said to have contained vast tracts of Eastern Kentucky coal arsenic, but which was empty, was and timber lands. He has been In found. An ounce of tho drug conterested in. politics, served during the tains 480 grains. Civil War In the Confederate army Crones disappeared on tho .night as a Colonel, was a member of tho of the banquet and had not been loKentucky House of Representatives cated Hinton O. Clabaugh, sixty years ago again thirty years chief of, tho Chicago Bureau of Inago, and was Sheriff of Letcher coun- vestigation of the Department of The ty. Ho Is today the owner of a splen- Justice, joined In the search. did block of twelve or fifteen thou- bureau is said to be watching an sand acres of some of the best coal Eastern friend of Crones. labels." lands in Letcher and Knott counties. "It may be said there is a posa He owub extensive bank stock, town sibility that the case may have InCoHstlpatloB. lots, farming landB and an estimato teresting ramifications," said Mr. or troubled with of hla holdings puts it at nearly one Clabaugh. When costive constipation take Chamberlaln'sTab" Capt. Nicholas Hunt, chief ot the million dollars. lets. Tbey aro easy to take and most So popular was "Uncle Bob" that deteetlve bureau, said that Informa agreeable in effect. Obtainable every his friends sixty years ago nomi- tion laportant to the search was ob the where, . m nated hint for the Legislature by ac tained from a letter found in Pine-Tar-Honto-da- y. --- Whitesburg, Ky. Feb. 13. There Is not a more remarkable man In Kentucky today than "Uncle Bob" Bates 96, who resides In a lag cabin on the headwaters of Rockhouso Creek, Letcher County, ten miles from this S S MSTHENEY & BATTS 5 For catalogue and information. Box A. o, I......H.......i......Mf Garments 5 home of Jean Allegrinl, a friend of We Knock the Spots Out of Thugs Crones. Allegrinl and Pasquale Llg-nanother friend of the missing chef, are being held by the police. Unusual precautions were taken by the police to guard the archbishm op at a big reception tendered him to- French Dry Cleaned and Pressed Superior Manner. night. Thirty detectives were scattered through the crowd, and others Send us your Garments and Them sat on the platform during the speaking programme. CLEANED CLEAN Ladies' and Men's Packages called for and deft WILL FILL A WANT! Since the suspension of the Weekly Courier- Journal, there has been quite a demand for a weekly Kentucky newspaper that gives all the more important state news, as well as the general Louisville news, crisp editorials, good stories, timely cartoons and THE ELITE PRESSING A. Iv Nail, Prop. CU1 HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Electric Bitters Succeed whan everything alee CtBa. In nervous prostration and Jams wealuiewaa they are the remedy, as thousands have tettsSest. miif illustrations. 'There is no such excellent paper as the Twice-a-Wee- k FOR KIDNEY.LIVIRAND STOMACH TROUBLK k to the best medicine vnt U over a druggist's counter. (Edited by Urey Woodson.) Owensboro Messenger It comes every Wednesday and Saturday, (16 pages a week ,or more), and is in every regard. up-to-da- WILL YOU TAKE OUR ffcM GERMINAL REMEDY fir LUHM VTPanBvHH te Try the senger for a year in connection with the Hartford Repub. Twice-a-We- k Mes- assssssUua weii w lican. Both papers, one year for $1.50. All clubbing subscriptions should be addressed to Republican, Hartford, Ky. FOR ONE MONTH A Qttlcllteliel (or that tiled, vtmavm cougti; paloa la cneil. nliM wtats. weak luofi pr coatumpttaa. U Baikal you tt caala'yea aIMs. cmmim -- ibc. aa OHIO MEDICAL CO, .- - va .aA , v Hartford Republican EnUrd Jt Uotd. Kj., according to law t tk PoitofflM M mll niittf ol the Mcond Editor ALLISON J. BARNETT ESTILL nAUNETT, Associate Editor The Hartford Republican. Address all communications to I sddrM "brlbr mnt NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS nt to ft n desiring the glre the old nildreM In mnklns the ppr or i Buln' Local nnrt Notice 10c per line and 5c per Ue for each mlAltlonal Ineertlon. Be OWtuarlee, Resolution! nml Card of Th ink Hd. moner In ndvnme. Chanh NotlcM tor eerrlcee frre, but other idrertlmente. 5c per line. no Anonymous comraunkatlone will rectlre ttentlon ; yptrro.ora'"l-lu.t-j.ei- l .... ce FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 4 s For President 1916 CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS, of Indiana. ANNOUNCEMENTS. to anuouiuo County TOM SPURIl'Ui:. .f Grayson for Congress, fr i.n t'.ie a a candidal dlstrlc', r..5;'ct to the action of We are autr-nke- f. ' IV tf. Aug. 5, 191G. the Republican primary 4th Saturday, fct Jfow Isn't Wilson in one mess? The whole Garrison has deserted. Only grape Juice was permitted before Bryan left but now the Pres-- ' Jdent has Brandeis. Senator Leach has Introduced a bill compelling all trains to stop at Vhe nearest station within four miles of the county seat. I t.f i H ' - HHt Representative Embrey has introduced a bill In the House carrying a jjeavy punishment to anyone killing a fox during the chase. Should say we do need to prepare. Over In Europe they havo guns that will shoot for miles, while we stick to the old policy of Lansing. They say the early bird catches the worm, but wo'e unto the chicken that catches It other than in its own back yard around these parts. Now that the Lusltania case is gearing settlement and that the City Council has refused to repeal the .thicken law let's be looking around lor presidential timber. A Christian county girl proposed, to Hopklnsvllle, got took her "to-b- e' free license, was married free and among other presents received by iho couple were a tombstone and iwclre bottles o Castorla. Here's hoping the brave lady will find the latter gift more useful of the two. -- H II I 3- - t I 1- the birth of publicans celebrated Saturday night. Speeches Lincoln were made by Mayor Thompson, of Chicago, Ed. Morrow, O'Rear, Franks and others. As an attest to his popularity Mr. Morrow was greeted by Ed," both upon his en"Howdy trance and when he arose to speak, by the big crowd. Five hundred and twenty-fiv- e Re- - M H I Lively scenes occurred In the Legislature Friday when Representative Pumphrey charged Representative Harvey of Webster county, of having Improper relations with a chambermaid at the hotel In Frankfort. The charge seems to be unfounded and the affair is little appreciated by the people over the State. They prefer to hear about that State deficit and Jet the little chambermaid go on about her work. Public Spirited men of Louisville Jiave launched a campaign to raise funds for the erection of a, large auditorium In that city. Louisville Has long needed such a building and the citizens who are giving their time and money to this movement are to be commended. When a public man of note speaks In Louisville under the present arrangement people out In the State who really want to attend are reluctant for fear of being forced to stand about three blocks away and hear only an echo Of the speakers voioe. . THE FARMER. Until properly Informed It Is the general opinion of one who never spent a part of life tilling, or aiding In tilling, the soil that the easiest work, the most Independent living and the most happy hours belong to hlra of that most honorable of all honorable trades, called farming. Writers are very free with their advice to the farmer. They tell him to stay on the farm and all that, but bow many of them would welcome he cbanco to go to the farm, put In the long hours and enduro the ships that fall to the lot of most of . juany ui uicui I our OHIO county go all right, but upon condi would tions: that would be rather hard for them or anyono else to meet. They d would probably demand a a short distance of a land within city, good farm machinery, an auto- mobllo and a good pike. Added to this, of course, they must have n good nircu and several foreman hands. With those Inducements farm Hfo would be tho merriest, the happiest and the greatest. But such is not tho lot of the boys In tho trenches. Farming Is tho oldest of all professions. It can be traced almost to tho beginning of man. The proper work for farming Is, as wo all know, agriculture, derived from the Latin words ager (field or land) and colo (to cultivate). However, our forefathers brought with them from Brlt-nl- n tho term farm, tho derlvlatlon of which Is uncertain. In Britain, then nud now, practically all farm lands are owned by landlords and leased for divers periods of time. Thoword farm Is used over there to signify a piece of this leased land, and from that source we, In this country, get our terms farm and farmer. But tho word does not only mean tho leaser of land, It signifies tho owner also. But now that wo have the source of the name let us see what the average farmer actually does. He has tho glorious privilege of springing from the bed long before tho dawn of an approaching day. He feeds his team while the dear wife, who has such an easy time, cooks breakfast. The poultry, the hogs and other stock also demand attention. Before the last bite 6f maple syrup soaked buck wheat cake Is well on Its way the farmer is Hearing tho barn. His team geared, he departs for the field, and long before the people of the towns and cities are through with their dally protest totho one "who would dare disturb their slumber, Is causing the sod to crack and groan with his labors and Oliver chill. Or he may bo spreading consternation among animate beings in the meadow with the click of his mower. No matter what the labor on this particular day it's work, work, work. A hurried lunch and it's back to tho fields again. Some take a halt hour for rest, but they are few In the busy seasons. Provided there Is no moon, work ceases at dark. The horses, put up, feeding, milking and routine work over and the farmer takes iris second lamplight meal of he day. He has probably fifteen minutes to read the paper and talk with his family. It doesn't seem to him that he is sound asleep until the clock announces 3:30 a. m and that Is tho time most Ohio county farmers get up during the busy seasons. There is no one for him to protest to, except the guiding hand that assists the earth' around its axis and causes time to pass by. No time for him to stretch and yawn. He must be up and about, repeating the work of the day before. But you say he has nothing invested, no financial troubles to worry him. He hasn't 'ey? Well, he has his farm, large or small. He has his machinery, his cattle, his stock. If his acreage Is large he must employ men, besides doing a good day's work himself, and bis money doesn't come by tho week, nor tho month, but ordinarily once a year. If he Is without capital he must pay interest in the meantime for funds to run the business. A steer lays down and dies, and the farmer kisses good night his year's profit on cattle. Water, hall, fire and other elements appear In excess and the farmer Is shoved to the wall. The farmer has his troubles, just as you and I. Tls true there are assets to farm lite and among these tho grandest, It seems to us, is the great privilege of living so close to mother nature. To see and hear her little envoys so cheerfully announcing the approach of her great ball of fire. The farmer who leans upon his plow handles, sees the dark eastern sky grow grey, then lighter, then red, old sol in all Its glory show that glittering face; who hears the wood pecker on a far off snag sound a revelllo for all animal and Insect life to be astir; who realizes the full stgnlflcenco and grandeur of the hurried transformation and dawn of a bright day, Is surely to be envied. Tho dawn of a brighter day Is approaching for the Ohio county farmer. Wo havotho essentials hero for a great farming district. Bad roads seems to be tho one great drawback. The surest way of improvement along this lino seems to bo tho voting of bonds. Think It over, and when you are satisfied that Is the best solution let us loso no time in bringing up tho Issue. Let your wants bo known. Discuss It In tho farm department of this paper It you wish, or tell your magistrate, your leaders. And when we shall have the good roads, by bonds or otherwise our county will come. Land Is cheap here now; it DOJ-hwell-cleare- will rlso as the rock goes gown on NATION-WID- E our highways. County farmor Is readThe Ohio ing theso days. He Is learning to ALSO DEFEATED do things scientifically. True It takes ttmo and money to start anew, hut It's worth something to get out of the old rut. It means In years to RESOLUTION ASKING KY. REI'REcome that fifteen hours will not be TATIVEB AT WASHINGTON counted a short day's work In tho TO VOTE DRY IS TABLED. busy season, and that with he will receive a substantial reward for his Investment and a fair VOTE STANDS 72 TO 14 profit for his labor. IS Car Load of Poultry Wanted ,v Will pay tho following cash prices delivered nt Beaver bum, Ky., Friday, February 18th, nnd Saturday, February 19th, 1916: Hens Amendment Providing for Compensation Adopted Then Whole MatShelbyvllle, Ind Feb. 13. Charlter Dropped By The House. whipped a man who es Stafford, who caused Mrs. Stafford to leave him, was found guilty and fined 1 cent. Tho Jury paid tho fine, contributFrankfort, Ky., Feb. 16. Tho foled its services nnd paid tho court lowing now bills were offered In tho costs Houso today: 4--. o An net to prevent tho spread of Public Sale. from livestock; amending law Saturday, February 19, at one relating to penalty for dctraudng a o'clock I will offer for sale at my hotel or boarding houso; amending residence tho folowlng: Ono Wag- constitution to provldo further exon, one buggy, farming Implements, emption from taxation; to prohibit household goods and a lot of good betting or wagering on horse races lumber. Also 1 traction cngtno and except on a licensed race track; saw rigging, now In operation. Terms amending tho law relating to regiswill be made known on day of sale. tration; making it unlawful to conM. T. LIKENS, gregate outsldo a place of public Hartford, Ky. worship; to place medicinal roots and herbs on same footing as other growing crops; forbidding tho opening of POLITICAL TOPICS. ditches and streams without tho consent of persons liable to bo damaged amending law relating to weights and measures; amending law relat(By Frussell.) ing to common Bchools. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 15, 1910. Brashear's motion, to bring from The Lincoln Day Banquet on last Saturday, the 12th, was a Repub- the committee his bill to prohibit lican function of considerable pro- shipment of more than one gallon of portions. Five hundred and fifty sat liquor or a case of beer a month to at tho feast, the second of its kind any ono consignee In dry- territory, given by the Lincoln Protective Lea- prevailed, and tho measure was given Its first reading and placed in the gue of Louisville. Mayor William Hale Thompson, of calendar. Oliver offered a motion to forco Chicago, was the principal guest nnd speaker; Judge George DuRelle was from committee his bill to prohibit a gracious and pleasing toastmas-te- r, betting on horse racing by means of Mr. Edwin P. Morrow made one any device or machine, and Hutch- of his best and drew much applause craft moved to postpone action unwhen he touched on the question of til Friday. Cooper was "asleep at the switch" National Preparedness and gave It a He al- and offered a motion to table Hutch- boost and his endorsement. so stated that his plan for prepared- craft's motion to postpone. Tho latness includes a change in administra- ter quickly secured a second, and tion as the first essential and sug- while Oliver and others, who realizgested that the present administra- ed tho trap Into which Cooper had tion was lacking In diplomacy and fallen, clamored for support In ophad set up in its stead a.school of In- position to the motion to table it, it was put by Speaker Duffy and carternational Correspondence. E. T. Franks, of Owensboro, spoko ried overwhelmingly. Tho motion not on the subject "Is It Worth the only tabled Hutchcraft's motion but Cost?" It was well and forcibly put that of Oliver. Supporting his motion to force out and contained much valuable comhis bill, giving fiscal courts the right mercial trade information. Judge O'Rear spoko on the sub- to appoint commissioners to handle ject "If Lincoln Could Come Back." road bond issues and place it upon He took some latitude, touched on its passage, Representative Cook denational questions, favored adequate clared they were going to vote on a preparedness and had the audience bond Issue In his county shortly, and with him from the beginning. Ho is the passage of the bill would have highly regarded by the rank and file tho effect of carrying the election. of his party and enjoys the respect Much opposition developed, but on ' slxty-Bl- x roll-ca- ll members favored and confidence of all the leaders. This annual Republican dinner on taking the bill up for consideration. Senator Evans' bill to abolish Sec-an- d Lincoln's birthday Is an Inspiration and Third Assistant Attorney to all Republicans everywhere In (he State. Each year It grows larger Generals, was reported unfavorably1. Favorablo reports were made on and there Is no doubt that next year persons It will be necessary to find space for bills to prohibit divorced marrying within ono year after dieight hundred plates. at least vorce; to regulate lnterurban railIt develops that some prominent ways; to regulate trapping of animals; to permit counties party men havo reached tho concluto vote tax for roads and bridges, sion that tho State should send their Chicago delegates unlnstructed. The and to authorlzo the appointment of sentiment is led by Congressmen commissioners to handle county road Langley and Powers, the former be- bond issues. Major James C. Rogers, of Lexinging a candidate for a place on the Big Four. This Idea has gathered ton, was made assistant enrolling strength and seems to be the first clerk for the day, without compensasign 'of an organization in opposition tion, in crde-.- ' that 'he might enjoy to the early sentiment for former the privileges of the floor. John S. Webb offered an amendFairbanks, to whom the party leaders are really Indebted, ment making it compulsory to name If not in fact committed. The ques- a commission, rather than leave It tion now comes up who prompts to the option of the fiscal court, but delegation? For it was defeated and the bill was then this passed 66 to 14. whom is the former Postmaster-GenerRepresentatives Greene offered a Frank Hitchcock working? His friends say it Is Justice Hughes, but resolution requesting Kentucky's delIt Is pointed out by others that the egation In Congress to vote for tho Justice made a public statement less amendment to the Federal Constituthan ten days ago to the effect that tion prohibiting the manufacture or his name must not be used in con- salo of liquor or having It in" posnection with the nomination and this session. Spahn moved to table, but on roll-ca- ll was In answer to a question concernthe motion was lost 59 to 33. ing Mr. Hitchcock and his Southern friends, the former postmasters, who Meyers then offered an amendment, are showing visible signs of activi- providing that persons who shall have their property confiscated to be ty just now, said to be for Hughes. Tho question is asked Is this reimbursed at a fair value for same. Greene made a lengthy argument movement for Mr. Roosevelt? Does In opposition to the amendment, dehe really want the nomination? This question was put to Mr. Langley and claring It was born in the camp of the enemy and offered for no other he sold ho had not talked to the expected to see purpose than to hinder the resolulately but htm upon his return from tho West tion. He declared Senator Beckham Indies. Mr. Langley said that he wanted that resolution sent to him knew that Mr. Roosevelt did not want from his home people unencumbMr. Fairbanks nominated, but he ered. Lasley, favoring the amendment-declare- d did not Indicate just who he would that he was a prohibitionsupport. ist and a Democrat. Greene interrupted to ask it Mr. For Sale. 120 arces of land, 1 mile of Rock-por- t, Honry Wattorson had not said a man Ky., mines. 60 acres bottom, could not bo a prohibitionist and a 18 acres In wheat, 5 room house, 2 Democrat. "I don't care what Mr. Wattorson barns, big tobacco and stock barn. Well watered, Coal right under same. has said," declared Lasley. "That's his right. But I am'a prohibitionist, G. E. CA8EBIER, 30t4 and behind, before and besides all Rockport, Ky. R. F. D. No. 1 dls-easfur-beari- ng Vice-Preside- nt al JURY FINES .MAN 1 CENT THEN PAYS COURT COSTS Roosters Turkeys I3c Geosc 6 Ducks 15c Guineas, each 2c 9C ?. ...13c ..'...25c Ploaso do not feed your poultry on day of delivery. Will pay tho above prices at Rosino, Ky., Friday, Feb. ISth, in foronoon. t Will also pay tho above prices for poultry dolivored at our placo of businoss at Hartford, Ky., until Saturday noon, February 19, 1910. W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Hartford, Kentucky. ftAftMftftfifi&ft&&AftJtedAA4ftftftftftftji BIG REDUCTION - IN - c J fcfr 1 0VE RC0ATS FOR THE NEXT 10 DAYS. J? i -- y I c & $15.00 Coats 12.50 Coats 10.00 Coats 8.50 Coats 5.00 Coats - - - $9.49 7.49 6.49 4.49 3.49 c b I & and many other bargains in stock. Come in and get the pick of the stock. ! j tf9WV9?9SS99V?TO9 I Three Hub Clothing Company Pieirtfor-cl- , Ky. g l t Car Loads of Wire Fencing UA6TT V A iTk.fAAVJTA.H, Vvn Bought before tho recent advances in price. We havo various styles. Writ us for prices. Freight paid to your nearest railroad station. Wo can make prompt shipment. FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY Incorporated JokoWllBOniMgr. FORDSVILLE, KY. VK that, I am a Democrat." He said Greene and his crowd were opposed to everything Democratic, nnd bitterly attacked Greene's Democracy. Greene, responding, flayed Lasley unmercifully, devoted his time to ridiculing Lasley, and declaring tho best test of his Democracy came In tho Goebel campaign. "That was tho acid test, and mv Democracy for the first time Is questioned this morning by a young man who, whllo I was fighting tho battles of Democracy, still was In short trousers," said Greene. Meyers, supporting his amendment and declaring ho was opposed to the resolutlon,saId tho Almighty tried prohibition on only two, Adam and Eve, and It failed, nnd a short time later ho changed water Into wine, His first miracle. "Ho saw It wouldn'e work: now. do you want us to try nnd forco It on 70,000,000?" asked Meyers. Asked If tho action of tho Al mighty, with regard to Adnm ami Eve, was Statewide prohibition, Mey ers quickly responded: "No, that was world-wid- e and I would have bd- proved it. Senator Specrs corrupt nractlceo act camo up as a special order at 12 o'clock. On his motion the Vnnco corrupt practices act, which has passed tho Houso, was substitufoii for tho Senate bill. Senator Speer said the bill bpbVr to cure an evil which has been nmn. tlced in Kentucky for a number of years, and bring about conditions whereby pure elections may bn hni,i Tho bill, ho said, seeks to prevent tn uso of money and other corrupt practices that havo placed KentucW on the map as ono of tho most no torious places In this respect. Rising to a point of personal priv ilege, Senator Mooro took occasion to resent the testimony before tho probe comraitteo last night, that narksdnlo Hamlett had told TWfcd Hatcher that he would sell his voto for $1,000, Ho said the article had not raado him famous, but notorious. "I havo no criticism said Moore, 'for the man who told Tom Hatcher this thing, because I believe him to bo unbalanced, and we nil. know that ho has been drunk for tho last month or two." Continuing, Senator Moore said that any of tho Senators believed that he would sell his voto ho wanted them to greet him each morning with "Hello, Floater, Instead of "good morning." Senator Mooro Intimated that he could furnish tho probe committee with some interesting facts, saying that a distinguished gentleman bad remarked that if they 'had known tho bill was going to bo killed they could havo grabbed two more votes. AH m. m.. o TAX NOTICE. Notico Is hereby given that Taxes for tho year 1910, are now due to tho City of Hartford. Those desiring to cscapo payment of penalties should pay at once, as the penalty goes on all unpaid taxes on April 1st, 1910. HOOKER WILLIAMS, M. T. of H. Your Chance To Buy Groceries. Other business Interests requiring my attention, I am offering my entire stock of groceries to tho public at actual cost. Sale now in full swing and if you fall to drop in and take advantage of this opportunity you are punishing your pocket boo cvuriuioB goes ror casn. U. S. OARSON, f Hartford, JCy, Tg7'",M'J1JU ll'l'-- H lajt X K " fcjf?" frrtyimTw J.V .X manager. IE. Brewer, accompanist, WILSON TOSSES Theso young ladles are enuowca with the highest musical talent In CIMPFAU IN RING their respective parts and combined are capablo of giving an entertainment which receives much eulogy wherever they havo appeared. Lov- GIVES FORMAL CONSENT TO USE ers of heart-stirrin- g music are thrillOF HIS NAME AS CANDIDATE ed with tho most pleasant appreciaFOR RENO.MINATION. tion. Thoso who nttend will receive a full mcasuro of enjoyment and the evening's pleasure will bo long Washington, Feb. 14. President Wilson today formally gave his consent that his name be used as a canAMONG THE CHURCHES. didate Icr renomlnatlon. In a letter to tho Secretary ot Methodist. State of Ohio tho President stated Tho Rev. J. T. Rushing, presiding that ho was unwilling to enter a conelder, delivered a splendid sermon test for tho nomination, but was from tho pulpit of the local M. E. ready to permit the use of his name Doctor Church Sunday morning. in the coming primary In order that 12:-1- 4, Rushing took for his text, Heb. the Democrats ot Ohio might make "Follow with all Men, ami Holikr.ovn their preference. ness, without which no man Shall lhc President made known his posee the Lord." Ho stated that there sition in order to comply with the wero flvo hlndcranccs to permanent peace, namely, avarice, ambition, an Ohio primary law, which requires ger, envy and ignorance. Under the, candidates for delegates to tho par ty conventions to make known their "Follow Holiness," Rev. Rushing said: "Men do not become tirst and second choices before February 25, and also requires that the Holy by subscribing to tho ceremoncandidates for delegates have the ies of tho Church, such as Baptism. consent of their choices to make use Thoy do not become Holy by cleaning up their outward life. But they do of their names. Tho president was formally notibecome Holy by letting God como fied of the requirements of the law Into their hearts." Tho subject was very ably handled all through the last week and today ho wrote Chas. Q. Hlldebrant, Secretary of Stato discourse. of Ohio, as follows: Tho Rev. B. W. Napier, pastor, "I am enclosing to you a letter will preach at the Methodist church Sunday morning and night. The sub- the occasion of which I dare say will be quite obvious. Friends In Ohio ject of tho morning sermon will be, have called my attention to Section Idea of Atheism." Tho sub"God's ject for Sunday night will be an- 4954 of tho General. Code of Ohio, as amended in 1914, with regard to nounced at tho morning service. suggestSunday afternoon at 3 o'clock Mrs. primary elections, and have my willingness to I Napier will meet with the lit- ed that Indicate B. W. have my name used. tle folks and relate for them, a beau"I accordingly take the liberty of story. tiful little sending you the enclosed letter as Tho Christian. formal permission under the statute. Thero will be the regular services President's Letter. at the Christian church Sunday The letter the President inclosed morning and night by the pastor, waB as follows: Rev. S. E. Harlan. The subject of am entirely unwilling to "While the morning sermon will be "Dlvlnl enter Into Iany contest for the Presity of Christ." For the evening serM dential nomination of the Democratvice, "Pardon and Forgiveness." This ic party, I am willing to permit the will be Rev. Harlan's introduction as usejof my name that the Democrats to his Hartford congregation may make known their prefpastor of tho local church, and a In Ohio erence In regard to that nominafull attendance Is expected. tion. "In order, therefore, to satisfy the In Memory. requirements of the statBeaver Dam, Ky., Feb. 12. Mrs technical utes of the Stato of Ohio, I hereby P. F. Cox, wife of J. W. Cox, living consent to the use of my name as a near Cromwell died Feb. G, In her candidate for the Presidency by any 83d year. candidate who seeks to be elected a Mrs. Cox had been about her regudelegate to the National Democratic lar household duties Saturday and Convention, which is to assemble in She had died Sunday afternoon. June next. been a member of the Baptist This was the first time the presisince she was 13 years of. church dent has consented formally to have age. She leaves two children, Mrs. his name1 used in connection with S. L. Stevens, Beaver Dam, and Mr. the' nomination. His name has been S. M. Taylor of Kansas City, Mo. phtced on the primary ballot In sevwas preached by her Her funeral pastor, Eld. R. L. Creel, at her res- eral States, however,' through the activity of friends. idence 8th, Inst. The President takes the position Since she had long been a member deterto her that the voters will have to of Slaty Creek church. Peace mine whether he will make the race memory. for the Presidency In 1916, as the In a letter Democratic candidate. Durocs For Sale. written to A. Mitchell Palmer, then 1 will sell you a 5 months For $9 a representative from Pennsylvania, old pig that you can't buy from tho before his inauguration, Mr. Wilson Pig Breeder for less than $20. It plain that he would only be you don't believe mo write for ped- mado It Sows, Gulls and a candidate again It the Democratic igree, also breed voters desired It. White Wyandotta chickens and eggs. Political1 advisors and friends ot E. BARRETT, R. tho President have taken for granted Beaver Dam, Ky. for months that he would be the m nominee of his party, ana! have made DUG IN JAIL WALL HOLE WITH KNIFE AND SPOON their plans accordingly. The National Democratic Commltte has prepared Yreka, Cal., Feb. 13. George Wal- all the campaign material with the ton and Doc Riley, prisoners In the Idea that he would be the party canCounty Jail, were put In Irons by didate. Sheriff Howard following the discovery of an attempt by them to escape by digging a hole through a GIRL ACCEPTS LEAP brick wall of the structure with a small spoon and a penknife. They YEAR OPPORTUNITY . had completed the hole and were crawling out when Intercepted. sub-head, N Ladies, Attention! Just a moment, please. We want to call your attention to the fact that we have a limited quantity of Coat Suits and Cloaks on hand that we mean B YOU CAN RELY ON OUC GOODS r W lifc M T. !JBfcIMfrl"r "TgflJ abV to give to some one at a low price. The season is late and we are wise enough to know that they must he rare bargains if we induce you to buy. Hence the low prices we quote you: r.. i. Ladies' Long Coats, $12.50 value, $7.49 Ladies' Long Coats, $10.00 value, $6.39 Ladies' Long Coats, $7.50 value, $4.59 Ladies' Coat Suits, $12.50 and $15.00 $7.98 value, Coat Suits, former Six carried-ove- r price $15, $18, $20 value, choice $4.98 Like reductions in all Children's Cloaks. If reduction will make them move, they will go right out. Be wise. Come early and get the PICK., Do this and remember that YOU TR.OM ANYTHING YoU &VY JS, BECAUSE WE "JTAND BEHIND" EVERYTHING WE .SELL. COME IN AND GIVE VS ALL OF YOUR. dVSI-NE-FOR. ONE MONTH. THAT'J ALL WE ON S-S . CAN RELY A-SK- It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money. WHEN YOU ONCE BECOME OUR CUSTOMER WE WANT TO KEEP YOU A CU JToMER. To DO SO, WE TREAT YOU RIGHT WHEN YOU FIR-SDEAL WITH KEEP RIGHT ON TREATING YOU RIGHT AS LONG AS YoV LIVE. JRGd, 18. I True-Blu- CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. DANIEL'S RETIREMENT DEMANDED BY LEAGUE PRESIDENT NATIONAL HE IS UNFIT FOR PLACE. OF SAYS 0 Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ,,No. 110 due at Elmltch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 Lv. EUmitcn Ar. Irvlngtou $o. 13 f L; S:,S?.?f? r" Blount's N .. For Cook Stovesvnnd Ranges call 32t2 on Acton Bros, Hartford, Ky. For big bargains In Real Estate see Holbrook & Parks. Hartford, Ky. 7tf ' e Plows and Hart " " No. " ? .t .., far l t 1 1:04 p. m. ering the present cost of same. ACTON BROS, M., n. & E. R. R. TIME TABLE. Hartford, Ky. 32t2 South Bound, No. 116 Seo W. II. Parks, Hartford.Ky., 8:46 a. m Due at Hartford for Life Insurance and Loans on North Bound, No. 114 5:65 p. m farm lands. Loans negotiated at low Due at Hartford rates for long terms, 5,10, 15 and (Both ".Mixed Trains.) No loans for less than 20 years. " .. . 33tf . was S500.00 Barnard, oi lsiana Mr. Mr. W. T. Casobler. of Central hero Thursday. City, visited his mother, Mrs. J. M. Mrs AH, unjuu u visiting .ia tfQm S)mday tm TuesdaVt tlves in 'Mf CaBSb,er had a yery narrow e8. For anything In the Grocery lino capo from fleath a few weeks ag0 i call the Orcen Front Grocery. whon ho came ,n contact wjtn a nTQ Mr. Earl Rlckard left yesterday wlre ln tno mine8 at Central City, for a visit to relatives in Llvermoro. . Tu0 Bhock rendered him unconscious Attorney E. M. wooawara nas re-- ror several nours. Mr. Tom Bradley received very turned from a business trip to Illi nois painful Injuries Monday when he Mr tv n"nrmw. nf'Mnrcantown. fell from his waxon on the Beaver was over Saturday to take the bar Dam pike near tho residence of Mr. Tom Marks. The Wagon was loaded examination. ... KOO nnunriR of hav and . ...--- Judge Jno. a. wiison uneuuou iii ahnnt. Bradley fell In such a Lexing- - corn and Mr. meeting the good roads nosltlon that tho wheel ran over his ton last week. chest. A large cut was also sustained t Mr. Frea uonerison on the left cheek. The Injuries are for Providence. Ky., where he has not thought to be fatal. accepted a position. In another column of this Issue Mr. IsaacFoster, who Is doing will be found the announcement of Central I some construction work at Hon, Tom Spurrier, of Grayson City, came up Wednesday for a short county, bb a candidate for the Restay. for Congress publican nomination Dr. E. B. Pendleton lelt Wednes- from this district. Mr. Spurrier Is day, with a patient for Louisvlllo, making a name for himself at Frankwhere he placed the latter In a hos- fort, having been active In all the pital, i m! efforts of the minority of the House. ., i. nii tTtian. ttin nmwer En imine a eo od RcDubllcan and a tertalners ct College Hall Saturday J neghbor Mr. Spurrier will no doubt night. Muslo that wo nil understand receive much support from Ohio county. and enjoy. m.o Tirauinr Afiialpnl Entertainers Sheriff 8. O, Keown, A. D. Kirk j niimAn ITnnnn Attended tllO ..,111 nyyvu. In Pnllopo Halli hnrfl next vw..m .. UUU Uliwv.v nil! onnoo.. ... w..-o'Lincoln Banquet at Louisville Sat- - Saturday night under the auspices of tho Hartford College Lyceum Board. urday night. wagon The entertainment is given by three jUBt received a full line' of personnel Is as and team harness. ,..-Get our prices young ladies and the Oraco M. Brewer violin - follows: u oi tsasre you ouy. w soloist, vocal soloist, piano soloist, . nnna tf trombono soloist; Ruth M. Brewer irwnu M..WW, w .T reader, clarionet soloist; Elenor Hartford, Ky. "" "T Ar. Ellmltch T.-R-.- 33t2 p.m. p.m. The Oliver Chilled Plows and'Jm- Lr. Irvlngton . . 6:66 p.m. plements can be bad at Acton Bros., 33tz 7:40 p.m. Hartford, Ky. Ar. Louisville Lv. Louisville . 8:36 a. m. you are In need of any woven Ill Irvlngton ..10:08 a. m. If Ar. wire fence and barbed wire we have Lv.Irvington ..10:40 a.m. the goods at very low prices, consid- j:u 5;35 ... 'I j.j ""' - -- IH2 v -- . CHRISTIAN COUNTY GIRL "POPS" CONFEDERATES DYING QUESTION; GETS MANY AT RATE OF ONE A DAY PRESENTS. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 12. Confederate pensioners In the last three Hopkinsvllle, Ky, Feb. 15 Claimmonths have been dying at the rate of almost one a day, according to ing the presents which Hopkinsvllle Commissioner of Pensions W. J. business men had offered to the bride Stone, who Is completing tho quar- who popped the question during leap terly distribution, due next Tuesday. year, Miss Sallle Eldora Brown, a appeared this Oyer 12 per cent have died since pretty Crofton. girl, afternoon at the office of Circuit new penMay, 1912, and forty-si- x sioners added since November are Clerk Harris, accompanied by James mostly widows. The total number Herbert Tweddell, a young North of pensioners on the list now is 4. Christian, farmer. Both made affidavThe total number allowed Is its to the effect that on St. Valen3,479, showing that the list Is grad- tine's eve she proposed matrimony and, he accepted. ' ually growing smaller, A free license was given them and they were married without chargo Notice. by County Judge Walter Knight at To vhoni It may concern: The firm ot Dexter & Baker, for- the entrance ot Richard LeaveU's merly doing a business in the town sales stable, In tho background was of Beaver Dam, Ky was, by mutual a tinq mule presented to the couple agreement, dissolved on the 28th by Mr, LeavelL Among tho other gifts were $300 day ot May, 1916. On' said date F. O. Baker sold his entire interest In said worth of premium tickets a wedding partnership business to Otho Dexter, ring, a dress, a rocking chair, two photothe said Dexter assuming the, pay- settings of eggs, llfe-stz- e against graphs, 1,000 pounds ot Ice, a box ment of all indebtedness said partnership and all notes and of cigars, a wedding supper, a year's accounts due said firm should bo subscription to the' New Era, twelve bottles ot Castorla and a tombstone. paid to Mr. Dexter. The bride Is 17 and the groom 18. F. O.BAKER. 30t4 --) i Pittsburg, Feb. 16. S. Stanwood Menken, president of the National Securety League, In a speech before the Engineers' Society of Western Pennsylvania last night, demanded the resignation of Secretary Daniels. He said: "Though long a Democrat and a worker for my party, and of a family whose men havo been Democrats since the foundation of this government, I regretfully have come to the conclusion that Mr. Daniels has shown no fitness for his position nor title to continue it. "I say this .because at the present Juncture, with no politics but preparedness, no creed but America, we I must feel it is the proper time to ask it the American people show their belief In Mr. Wilson by him,, whether four years more of Mr. Wilson means four years more of To Lydia E. Pinkham' Veg. Mr. Daniels. et&ble Compound "This is the gravest moment, to those ot us who, while recognizing Washington Park, 111 Mr, Daniel's amiable qualities and "I am the political record, feel his control ot mother of four children and have suf fered with female tho upbuilding ot our navy and Its trouble, backache, personnel Is a menace to our nationnervous spells and al safety. the blues. My chil" "His retention is explicable only HaaaaahV lLLLH dren's loud talking because of the president's 'loyalty to and romping would him born ot friendship or because ot make me so nervous political expendlency neither conI could just tear everything to pieces sideration concerns the American and I'woulg ache all people." over and feel so sick that I would not HEN HATCHES 8 CHICKS want anyone to talk MERCURY 14 BELOW ZERO. to me at times. Lydia E. PInkham'a Olathe. Kan.TFebT 13. With, the Vegetable Compound and Liver PJlla restored me to health and I wanto thank thermometer at 14 degrees bolow you for the good they have done me. I zero, the Kansas hen has scored have had quite a bit of trouble and again. The ether morning Mrs. M. W. worry but it does not affect my youthOtt heard a hen clucking In the bay ful looks. My friends say ' Why do you mow of tho barn. Investigation .show- look so young and well T ' I owe it all downy Buff Orpington to the Lydia E. Pinkham remedies." ed eight Mrs. Root. Stopiel, Moore Avenue, chicks, Just batched, Washington Pork, Illinois. POND RUN. We wish every woman who suffers Fob. 15. Rev. J. A. Collard, of from female troubles, nervousness, let-te- rs Roslne filled his regular appoint- backache or the blues could see the. Lywritten by women made well by Saturment at Pond nun tho first dia E. Finkbam's Vegetable Compound. day and Sunday. If you have any symptom about which Rev. Aaron Ross fllled'hls regular ycu would like to know write to tha appointment at Cleaton Saturday Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, , and Sunday. Mass., for helpful advice given free of Mr. W. B. Robertson, who has charge, been sick is able to be out again. Miss Martha Ross, who has been ill is Improving. Mr. Ray Hunter and little son, Noalen, of Illinois visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S..C. Hunter one night last week. Misses Eva and Esther Fulton spent Monday night with Miss Margaret Tomerlln. They were accompanied home Tuesday by Misses Ruth and Bessie Graham who spent tho night with them and the day with. Miss Altha Robinson Wednesday. Mr. Jack Hockenberry lost a' flno horse Tuesday morning. Mr. August Fulkerson and family spent Monday night with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Fulkerson. Miss Carrie Southard has been visiting her grandfather, Mr. Bill China. Mrs. Mat Graham ?snd two daughters, Marie and Jessio spent Tuesday night with her brother, Mr. Will Tomerlln. OWE MY HEALTH i i,&i,4ilK- - " ttU-JZ, fc.&i . Tjif-.- rLZ . i r-- . HWIMMMMM im ilOnW - v. ent movement will bo an Intense ture of tho farm business. tho demonstration Production costs much moro per test through farm agents of selected programs of films bushel or .per ton on thcamalt sugthan on tho largo farm of the Baino In flvo states. From theso tests Improvegotten K. FARM DEPARTMENT l COUNTY FARM NOTES profoiiiilonai Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HAUTFOriD, KY. Will prnotlce his profoselon to lhl and adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminal Practice a Specialty. vvV J l'or Our Farm Department. Hartford, Ky., Feb. 7, 191C Editors Hartford Republican: lK!t mo congratulato you upon your happy thought to establish a "Farm Department" In your paper, which will bo of benoflt to all the farmers In the Green niver Country" If they will subscribe for your newspaper and read It. Moreover, the farmers can exchange Ideas about proper tillage and rotation of crops, the best methods of fertilizing and conserving their soils, and the most profitable way of marketing their crops If they will use the Republican ns the vehicle for thoso purposes. Not only this, but every agriculturist should pay for and support his Jocal and county seat paper, In order that said paper may be able financially, and mentally and mechanically, to furnish him a better paper, ediand agricultorially, educationally typo. . Diversity of business Is an Important factor1 of success on the average farm. A moderate degrdo of diversity Is better than either extreme. turally. cultivation of community interests rather than tho selfish individual Interest and lhat the social spirit Is engendered, which leads to the Among the farmers for their own It Is by the short-sighte- d 1 J beneflts.indlvldually and collectively. One farmer (nor a few farmers) does not count In tho scheme of things now, when all tho capitalists, all the buyers and allthe corporations stand united together to fleeco tho farmers and to exploit labor In general and in common. These exploiters of the working class are intelligent (for their own economic interests), and class conscious in all their purposes for parasitism on labor. Hence, they have their organizations and associations for, not only protecting their class And economic interests, but also to enhance their profits. Why, then, Is the farmer so stupid and Ignorant that ho will not unite with his brother farmers to protect his class and economic Interests? Does not the farmer now realize that the sun of the day individualism has set never to rise again, but that the dawn of the glorious morn of collectivism is now hero? Can he not see that the bell of competition is passing and that the era of is coming? Whenever the farmers and laborers realize that competition and capitalism as evidenced in Europe, are destroying life, property, civilization and happiness, and creating hell and pandemonium on earth, they will bestir themselves to bring about col- lectivism and Let our farmers revive the American Society of Equity, pool their products, stand for their common good, and labor together under the motto 'One for all, and all for one,' and, eventually, they will prosper and be happy! Yours for the social, financial and of the farmers and laborers. class-Interes- ts W. H. CUNDIFF. .Fundamentals of Farm Management. Certain fundamental principles of farm management are advanced by specialists of tho department as having been brought out or substantiated by a thoro agricultural survey of an old and representative farming section of Chester county, Pa. These principles are summarized as follows: Farming conforms to local soll.cll-jnatlabor, and market conditions e, .as well as to tho business conditions of the individual farm. When conditions remain unchanged for a long time, farming becomes .approximately what It ought to bo to get the best results, provided that practice which Is Immediately the jno6t profitable does not deplete soil Diseases from Cow's Milk. It Is well known that dlseaso Is acquired from drinking contaminated milk. By protecting milk from becoming contaminated wo can do much to prevent tho occurrence and spread of such diseases as tubcculo-sl- s, typhoid fever, Bcarlot fever, diphtheria, tonsllltls, cholera and gastrointestinal "disorders. Tho housewlfo can do her share In safeguarding her household from acquiring diseases by taking care of tho milk brought Into tho homo every day. Tho bottles containing 'tho day's supply should be carefully washed with water around tho tops beforo being placed in tho ice chest. Tho neck and open portion of the milk bottle Is very apt to b3 contaminated from tho soiled hands of tho persons who delivers the milk. Pasteurization of the milk while it is in the bottles, beforo it Is put in tho Ice chest, will Insure protection from diseaso which may be lurking in the milk for milk may come from diseased cows. Milk also may be contaminated by the milker, the container, tho surroundings, tho water used to wash tho cans or to .adulterate tho milk; or it may become contaminated at the dealer's or purchaser's by being left uncovered, exposed to files, dust, etc., or by not being kept in a cool place. The only way to prevent the transmission of diseaso by milk is to insist on a thorough inspection of all dairies and sources of milk supply and to educate the public in the care of milk between the time of purchase and its consumption. The Inspection of milk should Include: The color, the reaction, spe cific gravity, sediment, taste, odor, acidity, total quantity of solids and of water; the percentage of cream, fats lactose, casein and ash, the presence or absence of preservatives, coloring matter, added solids, dilu tion, pathogenic organisms, dirt or other foreign matter. There should also be a thorough Investigation as to the source of milk, the cows and their environment, the method employed in caring for, milking, storing and transporting the milk. As the consumer of milk has no way of finding out where the milk comes from, the best alio can do to protect herself from illness caused by using milk must be done after the milk reaches her door. This she can fortunately do without much trouble and expense. It Is an easy matter to wash the outside of tho filled bottles and then to place them in a kettle containing cold water reaching up to a level or slightly above the height of the milk In the bottles; remove the covers in the bottles and place the kettle with tho bottles in it over the fire. When tho water begins to boil, remove the kettle from the stove and place it where the water will cool, allowing the bottles with the milk In them, to remain in the water until it is cool. Place tho covers (which should have been washed In cold water) over the tops of the bottles as soon as the kettle is removed from the stove. When tho water in tho kettle stands for twenty minutes, remove the bottles from tho kettle and place them in the ice chest to be kept cool. Milk treated in the manner described is pasteurized and is perfectly clean and safo to uso. fertility. Success In farming, measured in on investment, docs not depend on the magnitude of tho arm business, but measured in terms of the standard of living of the farm family It Is directly proportional to tho magnitude of business. Profits Increase as yields per acre Increase until the yields are considerably above tho averago for tho locality, but beyond this point Increased yields are obtained at a loss. In quantity of product per dairy cow tho point of diminishing rein ordinary turns is not reached farm practice. Jt is easier and moro profitable to increase low yields per acre than .high ones, and small product per cow than largo product. In other words, profits can bo Increased more easily by attention to tho weakest points iu a farming system. Thoro is a way of grouping tho enterprises of a farm that Is moro profitable than any other way; that s, there Is a certain most profitable acreago for each crop and a most profitable proportion of income from any ono Bour3. Somo enterprises, such as poultry keenlug, may be made profitable as side lines, yet aro difficult to make .profitable when mado a main fea- - jer cent of profit t ft he Agricultural Moving Pictures. The Department of Agriculture was one of the first of the government bureaus to take up the 'movie' as a means of education. The work has been financed by having each bureau whose operations aro shown In a film stand the expense of Its production. Each bureau owning films has been requested by the committee to mako tho widest possible use of them to purchase additional projectors and to havo other copies of their films made when these can be used to good advantage in carrying out special campaigns of education. Information about this accelerated motion picture work will bo gathered to a head by monthly reports to tho chairman of the Motion Picture Committee, which, in addition to data as to subjects, location and dates, will mako as accurate an cstlmato as possible of tho effectiveness of the films in increasing tho size of tho audiences over thoso attending similar unlllustratcd lectures, or thoso illustrated by lantern slides. Finally tho commltteo will bring about between the bureaus and the states' relation service of the department, which has under it hundreds of country demonstration mrents in nil nnrfn nt tho country, An important element of the pres film-owni- Mr. L. T. Barnnrd, of near Hartfor gestions will be ford, was In our ofllco tho other day ments In existing films and new sub- and tells us that ho Is selling his jects needed. On tho tests, It is flno chickens and settings of eggs will hinge to a largo extent-th- right and left. Ho has exchanged eov-ercommittee's decisions on quesof his high breed with poultry tions it has been considering for raisers lu other states. some time, such as tho ndvlsablllty of tho states' relations servlco makMr. L. D. Bennett, a prosperous ing films of its own for uso through country-wid- e organization, salo farmor of tho Bcda neighborhood Its renew his subscription to of films by the department to agri- was In to Import Tho Republican Monday and while cultural colleges, and, most ant of all, release of tho department's here gave us n pipe full of. tho most dellclously flavored homo spun It education subjects through tho has over been our liberty to sample film . exchanges commercial skipped beforo tho that would show them In thousands Mr. Bennett had weed had been realof theaters thrpughout tho country. full value of his wo might havo ized, otherwise wrestled with him for tho rest of his Cow pens Increnso Soil Fertility. Tinsley got a whiff of When P. H. Ross went to Leaven- twist. Whon us for not putworth County, Kan., four years ago tho fluvor ho 'cussed" many ting htm wlso. as agricultural agent, he found farms In tho county in a badly worn-oMany farmers aro taking advanA fertile soil is the condition. tage of the opportunity to deliver basis of successful agriculture, and It to Mr. Westerfleld nt seemed to him that tho principal their tobacco tho local house and Saturday It problem in that country was to In the yards at theso worn out farms. As a. looked like old times county farmquick means of showing what could the warehouse. Ohio ers and Hartford business men arc bo done, the farm bureau furnished brought enough cowpeas to plant an acre determined to have tobacco hero next season. on a number of farms In tho county. Theso 1:owpeas were distributed Desplto tho bad condition or tho by Mr. Ross, and they wero planted, county farmcrop was roads hundreds of Ohio and along in the fall tho ers are attending the present session plowed under. As a result of the fully fertility added by plowing under of Circuit Court. It has been tho demonstrated that rock roads aro this crop of cowpeas, the yield of poour roads and should a bond tatoes the following year was In- best for put through the voters at Issuo bo bushels an aero creased twenty-fiv- e present thcro Is little doubt of It's over a similar plot that did not grow going through. a crop of cowpeas. Corn was Increased at the rate of nino bushels Igleheart will go to Mr. an acre. Tho seed bed upon which BowlingPete Green this week for tho purtho wheat was sown wns poor. It pose of buying 100 sheep for tho is not an easy matter to prepare a McMurtry farm, near Hartford. suitable seed bed after plowing ungreen manuring crop. It is der a Esq. W. S. Dean in speaking of usually a better plan to follow the fight between Representacrop of cowpeas the near turning under of a tives Harvey and Pumphrey at with corn. The purpose of this demFrankfort Friday, says the legislad. onstration, however, waBjiccomplIsh-e- tors havo more regard for their felIt showed that even so slmplo low members now than when he was a measure as turning back a little representative. Ho says that when fertility in the form of a green maho wanted to scrap no one offered to nure crop, would immediately show hold him. in the crop following. The farm bureau of Leavenworth Mr. .Berry Taylor, of near HartCounty has been systematically workford, says wo are going to force him ing along tho line of soil Improvepay up because he has something ment ever since its organization. to wants to advertise in tho Farmhe More live stock has been introduced ers' want ad column. Silos have been into the county. built, and when the farmers of the Mr. Geo. M. Johnson is going to county begin to take systematic name his farm and have somo letter measures to rebuild their soil, the heads printed. Farmers in the counyields of the stable crops of the ty are gradually awakening to tho county will begin to Increase. importance of having The name of Kansas Farmer. their farm printed on their stationery. The cost is little moro than FARMERS' FREE WANT ADS. plain stationery and adds much to the business standing of tho corresWanted to sell Some of the best pondent. hand-packtomatoes, Price $1.00 per dozen. County Farm Demonstrator Brow-dc- r Apply to JOHN ROWE, attended the meeting of the demCentcrtown, Ky. onstrators at Lexington last week. Mr. Browder reports a very sucess-fu- l Do You Find Fault With Everybody? meeting. g disposiAn irritable, tion is often duo to a disordered Mr. S. II. Oglesby, of near,Ccn-tertowstomach. A man with good digeswas In Monday to add a tion is nearly always good natured. llttlo vim In a substantial way. A great many havo been permanently benefited by Chamberlain's Tab-lo- ts Mr. Peter Shown, Hartford route after years of suffering. These 5, was in "recently and boosted his tablets strengthen tho stomach and subscription, and consequently ourenable It to perform Its functions selves. naturally. Obtainable everywhere, m Mrs. Leila M. Fulkerson, Center-tow- n Church Bell Stolen. route 1, is a new reader of tho Hopkinsvilie, Ky., Feb. 12. Tho Republican. bell of Highland Chapel, or the Second1 Methodist church, here, was Mr. Thos. C. Martin, Beaver Dam loaded into a buggy and taken away routo 3, was a very pleasant caller today by two men this afternoon. ' last week. The, platform upon which tho bell formerly rested had given way and Mr. Carl M. Taylor, Prentis, was the bell was lying on tho ground in last week and renewed his faith. while a new platform was being Mr. Taylor stated there was little built. news from his neighborhood. al ol ut ld ed fault-flndlnn, tv- - - utts-Jt&&- ze IE mi ..ir L OFAMCRrCAN ln"r"KcItfwtitt"fool hotels .bound, IhfPowbtUn beads., the countrymen Barnes Mussrs. & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith It irfirt"lHTtl0MrtCof Its ,ft The TowKlan u rerTneJ, exand tcitful. Its excel lent location on Fenntrlirania Avenue. 18th and II Streets, makes it a desirable headquarters (or bridal couples, tourist parties, conventions. Schools and I collects. clude, W. II. Oaraos and C. ft. Smith announce that Uwsy ha'e fornv a partnership for tho gonoral pnxo- Uco ot law, except criminal aud tilvor cases, Mr. Smith being County Attor ney la prevented fnm practicing sue ccaeao. Mr. IJurnca nllf individually Olllcoa la accept such practice. Hartford Republican building, Hart-CorK" d, T.WADBSTIUTTOX Cromnrll, Ky. 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SCHOLAR STONE-WOR- r.XGMHH EXPLAINS WHY' THEIR FIGUREH AP- PEAR IN Mothers Know That I I'lnXrUHIIil Genuine Gastoria 1 I 1 And yet, Professor Smith goes on to argue, tho Central Americans could never havo seen an elephant In tho flesh for these reasons: Tho ancient sculptor of Copan, along with HaffH r?'fl J.r.aatl r B$ ?Sil C Always iM,(;n.(rtuT'nmlnndIWoU tindllie StoiaacbsaadPaww BJ Bears tho Ar5rfn1i1eTVeoaaHoii6tA- STf HP WMIIIIMUHIW p - t rnimi. n PBR. CENE t i am iTaaWrnw Horph'tar11! .t Sienatura of n, rMitnliMnaK i&&: I'mrs I.X-- M M fW m jf YM t'f?& . 24 I ' I c5S d Sry"'i. iasBaasn i?"arii - S3 SfsZ' '.Ms- - In ... r iifi Use For Over aortas. fesa &l3 &mto i Thirty Years jgg gjjUJg!sgsj GASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. T OtTUH eoMMHT. NSWVOtm cit. Starck Pianos No Money ia Advance anteed LoweatNet Gaav Faotory 1200Fao From Prioea Biilcit Terms A Saving ol tory Direct SlOO to P. A. STAItCK eftSSIDSHT kHSUHB We will ahlp you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial. In your upon, two homo. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will not the .ml tot thin nlnnn for 30 dnva. If. at tho end of that time, you do you find Itever have 1 highest grade, awcetst toned and finest piano In every way, that money, you are ai perirci uucnj u enu u seen tor tne '"'.:t: " exent, pay the freight both ways. This titarck Piano must make good with you, dT tnere is no saic. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL MS In all tho history of civilizations thero is no darker mystery thanthat of tho lost cities of Central America, and Their ruins remain temples courtyards, palaces, strange carved monuments patterned with human heads. And all over the Junglo, .The people of a hundred cities arc gono. No ono knows when they went nor why nor where. All that can bo mado out Is that the civilization aroso suddenly, perhaps not mtfhy centuries beforo tho year 1000 of our dra, flourished for only a few hundred years and then went under. It has been maintained that tho old State was literally washed away by tho rain, that a scries of wet years sent tho tropic vegetation rolling In on tho cultivated Holds. Lacking Iron weapons, men fought In vain against tho plants. Bo all this as It may, a civilization little Inferior to that of Europe of the samo date perished before Columbus' tlmo and left only Its stones to show It had ever been. An extraordinary thing about tho carved altars and shafts which lie scattered thru tho junglo Is that here nnd there, along with serpents and human faces and hieroglyphs yet unread, there are occasionally tho heads of elephants. One of the Copan monuments In particular bears a striking picture. The creature's trunk is twined around soma .sort of low herb as If to pull It for food, the tusks are Into a spiral. A conventionalized man's head appears about where It should be If tho man himself were seated astride tho neck', and further behind is another human figure as If carried on tho back. All, in short, carved In stone, Is a good deal the sort of picture that ono sees nowadays In "natural history primer or circus bill. But thero are no elephants T.n America. And there have not been any slnco tho great Ice Age, when the mammoth roamed what are now the prairies and even strayed as far south as Mexico. Either, therefore, these Central Americans had passed down for some 50,000 years the tradition of tho mammoth, or else they had had some much more recent contact with tho eastern continent, wiiere elephants aro still common. So other details, put his elophant's cyo in exactly tho right place only ho mistook It for the nose. In short, ho drew a nostril whero he should havo drawn an optic. Then ho put tho eyo whero tho holo of tho ear belongs. Therefore being qulto put out to account for tho car flap, he mado that Into a sort of ornamental head covering, ns much as anything else Ilka an embroidered Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardul, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardul, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to dp any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardul, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my iiousework. as well as run a big water mill. I Wish everv SUfferinr? ivnman urnnfrf nUnt It Always Helos says scarf. In short, argues tho archaeologist, tho Central American sculptor was copying another man's figure of something that he had never seen and did not more than half comprehend. Ho mado In other words, for the admiration of his follow citizens, Just about what he would havo made If ho had somehow got hold of a contemporary Chinese vase and copied tho unknown crcaturo from that. s women for more than fifty years. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, eta, are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardul, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing ut a trial. The Woman's Tonic URDUS , Get a Bottle Today! gSHaaaaa)jgassja CASTORIA Select Slto for Postofflcc. Washington, Feb. 12. Tho treasury department has selected what Is known as tho Johnson lot on Main street Madlsonvllle, Ky., as the slto for a new postofllco building In that city. The slto will cost $5000. s Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR 19 WVVWaVaVlUlaUlaUUVlW(W !! How Sir. Davis Got Rid of a Bad Cough. 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Mill Co., 'pnoae, or address me at Hartford, Ky. x lAinail Fifty-flv- e !! When in Louisville;! STOP AT typewriters. sons explained by Moving ture machine. Seven big LesPicDe- ". European Plan. ECKERT'S partments -- Jhortuand, Book- r keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Music, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equipassured. ment. Position Write tor catalogue. 5th Avenue Hotel yRANKECKERT, Prop, H.H.ECKERT,Mgr, $1 I Then G. Eliot Smith of tho University of Manchester, England, took It up. Unlike his predecessors, "Professor Smlmth did not rest content with not ing that tho sculptor at Copan had carved an elephant's head. He asked in addition Just what kind of elephant it was. Now, thero are elephants and elephants. Most of them, tho African species, for example, have enormous tusks and great ears. But tho circus elephant, which Is tho Indian species has ears hardly larger than a circus fan and tusks only Just large enough to make one row of billiard balls. First of all, then, Professor Smith argues that the Copan figure Is not an American mammoth nor the wool ly elephant of Siberia, nor the Afri can sort nor any other kind except the Indian. Shape of head, size of ear, hang of trunk, all prove the old carving to bo our familiar peanue-eatln- g friend. Moreover, since a man rides hls'neck and another his back he Is a tame elephant, not a Wild ono. Now the common or circus elephant, nltho. confined now In his wild state to the neighborhood of India, occurred also not so very long ago In China. In fact, various old Chineso potters of lio time of the Middle Ages used to llecorato their wares with figures of elephants or with elephants' heads, Furthermore, if you take the trouble to run tho tip of your ton-gu- o along tho .root of your mouth, you will feel thero certain rough bars lying crosswise. Tho elephant has these samo bars on the under side of his trunk whero ovpry child has noticed them when ho throws peanuts into the creaturo's mouth. For tho elephant's trunk Is not. as Is commonly supposed, his nose, but his nose, upper lip and palato all pull out together. The under side of tho trunk, therefore, being really the roof of tho mouth, carries, na- Chicago, Feb. 12. Keith Edward Dalrymple, 23 years old, surprised yesterday by the police who told him let us send 70a TKre Current Issues ho was tho heir to a $450,000 estate FREE. IncloM this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year " In Port Allegheny, Pa., was surprisrequest. not 12. ed again today when he was further Those who suhscrtbs now, sending $2 for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION More good reading thsn you will Identified ns a man wanted in Milfor 1915, will receire The Companion get in any of the monthly waukee for passing a forged check. Home Calendar FREE. magazines. According to the police, Dalrymple SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE admitted the second Identification as readily as he did the first. He was THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 92.75. first arrested as a suspicious character last night and taken to detective headquarters where a circular telling of tho big estate waiting for him was unearthed. The Mllwaukeo Identification was made by John Sullivan, chief of Mllwaukeo detoctlves, who today looked over the men In the Chicago Detecfl.3(v Republican and Louisville Herald tive Bureau In search of two safe The blowers and recognized Dalrymple as The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at 1.76 a man who he said was wanted In Mllwaukeo for passing a forged The Republican and Home and Farm...... 1.50 check. OUR CLUBBING RATES. Why He Was Pleased. 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NOTIONS, Ac. $3.00 Ladles' Hand Bags 75c Collar and Cuff Sets 50c Collar and Cuff Sets 40c Collar and Cuff Sets 50c Belt Pln3 $1.25 Cuff Buttons $1.00 Cuff Buttons 75c Cuff Buttons 25c Cuff Buttons 25c Brooches 50c Brooches 3 5c Tie Clasps 25c Back Combs 20c Back Combs . 15c Barrettes $1.00 Beads 50c Beads 35c Beads ' 25c Gloves 50c Gloves $1.00 Gloves 50c Wool Scarfs $1.00 Corsets 50c Corsets '. ....'. $1.50 50c 35c 25c 25c 75o 65c 50c 15c 19c 30c 10c 15c 10c 10c 75c 35c 20c 19c 39c 75c 35c 80c 30c LADIES' AND MISSES' CLOAKS AND ' RAINCOATS. $13.25 Ladles Coats $11.00 Ladles Coats $10.00 Ladies' Coats $9.10 $7.50 $6.50 $6.00 .- - ! i? j $5.00 $4.00 $3.50 $3.25 $3.00 $2.75 $2.50 $2.25 $1.50 $3.50 $3.00 $1.50 3 MEN'S Pants Pants Pants Pants Pants Pants Pants Pants Pants ODD PANTS. $3.25 $3.00 52.40 $2.25 $2.00 $1.90 $1.70 $1.50 $1.15 $2.50 $2.00 $1.20 $1.50 $1.50 $1.00 SO 75c Hats $1.00 Hats $1.50 Hats $2.50 Hats $3.00 Hats ; .: '. 50c 75c $1.00 $1-50 $2.00 Pants Pants Pants MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS. BOYS' LONG PANTS. $2.50 Pants 52.00 Pants $1.50 Pants $1.40 SWEATERS, MOTOR HOODS, &c. 75c $1.00 Misses Sweaters 3Bc 50c Motor Hoods 19c 25c Motor Hoods 10c 20c Motor Hoods LADIES', MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S HOSE ;39c 50c Hose and Half' Hose 19c 25c Hose and Half Hose , . . ,15c 20c Hose and Half Hose 10c 15c Hose and Half Hose , j7c 10c Hose and Half Hose SEWING MACHINES. Pants JMEN'S AND IJOYS LEGGINGS 3.00 for rrc for 50c for 4 I '. .$1.30 . noc . 50r '. Durini this sale we will sell the Wlftte 35c Jeans RotaiV Sewing Machine ab'the remarkably UNDERSKIRTS. low price of $2p.00. Other good guaranteed j $1.50 Underskirts you neeu a sewing machines at ;?i3.uu. lr , $1.00 Underskirts Machine, don't oyerlook these prices. 12UC Ginghams 10c Ginghams 10c Cheviot 10c Kimona Goods 15c Kimona Goods 20c Kimona Goods 25c Kimona Goods 35c Kimona Goods 15c Drapery 15c Suiting 30c Suiting 30c Ratine Novelty 25c Irish Linen 50c Irish Linen ,. 50c Serge $1.50 Crepe Pe Chine 35c Novelty Poplin ...K 30c Poplar Cloth 50c Waisting .- 25c Flannelette 15c Canton Flannel 10c Canton Flannel 20c Bed Tick DRESS GOODS, SILKS, WASH DRESS GOODS, LINENS, &c. SOc $1.25 Table Linen 35c Table Linen 25c 30c Flannelette 19c WOOLEN 19c 11c 8c 15c 10c 8c 8c ; Coats . . ., Coats Coats Coats Coats Coats 2.75 Misses Coats 2.00 blisses' Coats 1.90 Misses' Coats 1.40 Misses' Coats 1.00 Misses Coats $20.00 Coat Suits $16.00 Coat Suits $ 8.50 Coat Suits $ G.00 Coat Suits $ 1.50 Boys' Rain Coats 75c Boys' Rain Coats $ 5.00 Ladies Rain Coats $ 2.50 Misses Rain Coats $ 2.00 Misses Rain Coats $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 950 Ladies 8.00 Ladies' 7.00 Ladies' 5.50 Ladies' 4.00 Ladies' 3.00 Misses' ,.$5.00 $4.50 $3.50 $2.75 $2.00 $1.75 $1.60 $1.40 $1.00 75c $10.00 $8.00 $4.25 $3.00 $1.00 50c $3.50 $1.75 $1.50 fr Vs . . . ., exactly half price. Be sure to visit this partment. LACES, TRIMMINGS, $1.40 Lace $1.25 Lace 50c Lace 25c Lace $1.00 Net 75c Trimmings 50c Trimmings 40c Trimmings 35c Trimmings 30c Trimmings" 20c Trimmings 15c Trimmings Ail-Ov- MILLINERY. During the eale wo will sell anything In this department in the way of head wear at de- Ac. '. er .$1.00 85c 39c 20c gSo 50c t All-Ov- er 7Vo 10c 18c . Ail-Ov- er er ..,..... All-Ov- 15c ...11c .' .25c 10c 20c 40c , . . . .20c 30c 25c 15c 20c 19c 39c 40c ". Trmimlngs12cTrimmings 10c A - ,,..11c 10c 8c $1.15 20c 20c EMBROIDERY. 30c Embroidery 15c Embroidery 39c 25c $1,00 great line of new Embroideries just received. Ask to see tfteni when, at the sale. . 20c 10b- - ,75c 10c Embroidery 7$c Embroidery 5c Embroidery 7c 3c 5c I We are proud to say that we never had a sale that was not a success. We realize that our success has been achieved by the fair treatment our customers always get, and the remarkably low prices we place on p. line of merchandise of superior quality. If you near are interested in the purchase of any merchandise, either now or in theyou nofuture, the prices should appeal to you. !f you have greater favor than to ask your careful consideration not been as prosperous as you think you should have been, we can do of our prices. Even if you are prosperous, you show your good judgment when you visit us. We will expect you to visit us many times before the sale ends. ajoooooooooo TICHENOR & CO,, - - McHENRY, KV. oooooooooooooooooooooooo had scarcely v BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. f (By J. II. Thomas.) wel- Geography publishers will come the end of the European war. timent in the appointment ot Brandies. Woman suffrage is having hard Uncle BUI Allen lost his seat In Assembly but ho got a sledding at Frankfort. It seems tho General that this western Innovation cannot Jot ot newspaper advertising. find a foothold east of the Misslss-- i Is Ippl river. ' J. Frank Taylor, ot Glascow, getting ready tor a ride luto congress Why all this fuss about Covingnext nn tho nonubllcan landslldo ton's open Sunday saloons and nary tho third district. fall, from a word about Louisville's. Representative, Mr. Embry, Our lias Introduced a bill to prohibit the Aro tho tobacco growers of Ohio In tho chase. county going to do nothing while shooting of foxes whilp I.afc Is maklug himself solid with tho thoso ot the rest of the Green r'vor district organize to overthrow tho fox hunter voto. looso leaf house outrage? A concerted movement Is reported There is a noticeable abseuco ot from the edst to lineup for Burton, of Ohio, for the Republican nomi- appropriation bills before tho general ussembly, but then there Is nothing nation for president. son-in-la- w to appropriate. salvation In Trenton, Now JerIf It all tho rest desert, sey is not free It Is at least marked meeting McAdoo will remain at his post. Billy . Sunday's down. At ten thousand souls hit tho saw If Ed Morrow and Caleb Powers dust trail at nn average cost of $2.98 run for Congress In the cloventh, it each. will be a horse race. E. T. Franks, of Owensbdro, and W. C. Wilson, of Sturgis, will represent the second district at .the Chicago convention. Our old friend Tom Spurrier, representative from Grayson county, (sT7 The strongest opposition over offered to the confirmation of a Judge ot the supreme court," is a headline referring to presl- Wilson's nomination of Louis dent Brandies. It Is charged that political expediency Is responsible for tho President's challenge of public sen news-laper his seat at Ohio county money has gone Into warmed his this crazy scheme. STRAYJTREAKS. Frankfort before announcing candidacy for Congress. Gov. Stanley has called a confer(By Fluke McFIukc.) When the Women get the. ballot, Just when the President is anx- ence of bankers to devise a way to ious to increase the army a wholo reduce the interest charge on the It they could, agree, everything most likely, would bo carried unanimousState's threo million dollar debt. Garrison at Washington deserts. ly; no divisions, as wo see it. WhatThe Loulsvlllo Post editorial citing ever our wife favors up homo Is alThe resignation ot the assistant secretary ot War, Breckenrldge, dis- tho present activity in tho Iron and ways elected. ff proves the old story that a Kentucky steel Industries as the fruits ot We think It absolutely shameful rarely dies is good enough to print In the Democratic "office-holdthe way somo women treat their Democratic campaign handbook. and never resigns. s, m permit them husbands applicants) There aro thirty-seve-n all history is a record of to go alone nights and other times, After for tho post ofilco at Beaver Dam: It things that never happened. After yes, we counted fifteen or twenty of looks,1!ko tho untorrlfled regard this nationalizing Lincoln's birthplace in these poor fellows at the movie tho as the last chance to make a charge Laruo county now comes tho icon other night who wero not accomon tho plo counter. oclast armed with aflldavlts and panied by their own wives. court records to provo ho was born I called our wife's attention, at The Owensboro Messenger says In Washington county. least I spoko to her about tho cruel Louisville, Newport and Covington are tho only wldo open towns in Tho dry Democrats In tho lower manner in which some other fellow's Kentucky. Well, aren't these tho house of tho Kentucky legislature wives were neglecting their poor threo cities that elected Stanley gov- aro about to unseat their wet speak- husbands, but somehow tho wlto did not see It exactly as I did, being at ernor? They aro entitled to their re- er. tho show I guess she didn't wish to ward. argument, so I lot tho matGov. Stanley now denies that he re- start an Two of tho largest banks In south- ceived contributions to his campaign ter drop. ern Germany havo gone to tho wall. fund from tho liquor people. HowSpeaking ot things going up, Jay It this indicates, as many bellovo the ever, the denial comes at a time crumbling of tho known highly when nobody Is Interested to meet See Her sayB soda Is bound to rise. strained Gorman financial fabric the the Issue. Ho would not daro to deAnd Schlemmcr, the baker says end ot the war may not bo far off. ny It before the election. .' as how his bread's done raised. By their fruits ye shall know thorn Col. Bryan Is to tour the country Likewise John Blrchcr and MarIs the final test In politics as' well against the administration's military as In piety. program, and a dozen Democratic vin Balrd say that telephones and orators are to be set on his trail. wlro are going up most every day. Several thousand fool Americans Let 'em tight- It is reported that one of our Resare contributing good monoy to a taurant men fh town, at tho close ot silly project to collect an alleged Insince, had a business some days heritance from the estate ot Sir FOR FLETCHER'S quarters worth ot steak left over,-o- n Francis Drake, a wealthy British which be used 35c worth ot embalm I nobleman, who died in 1697. Some ing fluid, before he had another call for steak It had advancod so much that he made a good profit by With sorrow, wo learn ot a grava rupture within tho Hartford Fishing-Club- , hoaded by Ed Barrass upon, r ' low-tari- er now-n-day- one sido and Leo Slmmerman leading tho other faction. It is told us that Barrass and his following contend that nothing ih. the way of drinks, but grape Julcobo takau upon their annual outing. Sim not being n grapo Julco patron, demurs, saying that there is too much danger of grapo Julco fermenting and that nothing shall' be taken, except It bo ginger nlo or thud tho fight goes on. - is-tcoca-cola, With Maunder Hcb'h Team. Baseball hope springs in tho spring soars and soars In tho summer, but alas and alack, its Jolted and disfigured in tho fall. - ... Children Ory C A S.TLCLR A "if-- u ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. All persons having claims against the estato ot C. M. Barnett deceased, including Tho Hartford Republican, are hereby notified to prssent tho samo to the undersigned at their Office in Republican Building, Hartford, Ky on or boforo March 2t)th., 1916, or thoy will bo forever barred. Persons knowing themselves to be lndobted to tho above namod estate by note or otherwise will please call and settle at once as we are destrlous of settling this estate at the carlic possible date. W. 8. TINSLBV, - h. r ifc . 8. .T. BARNETT. v I A- , j. 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