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IITKT WAR NEWS
TlnaVrj Tl'" Allies have tllscm
fsaefe) drtachmcnU of artillery near
aMtr nViocd Dardanelles forts, and
jto&Oi jusid Krcnch flags are now fly-tCvtrt-r
Oicm. Tho fleet continues
Bitot? Jnsmbardmont of tho Inner forts.
1& nBmox inagazlno was blown up,
IHWis many. The fleet has reached
ftoc htluiise of Kllld-Hahr.
KWx -Htnti-H Tho United States
;?tewimii benn atHlscd through Anibas
53r JaRe ox tho llrltlsli Embassy
,ttf. MiK .rr-jiorted notification to neu
.ftalJs I nrtnt Britain's Intention to
HoSSwwiiiH jflilpplng to nnd from Ger
.nwtJSJ .aS Austria, nnd officials at
WK&lnstnn were unable last night
jt tsprcMH any opinion upon this
Tnrtirf Ut'i rilopment.
UTascsb Tho Russian offensive op
wryTvDt..Kpnear to extend along their
"Kiau lrmit, and, according to their
.wiritr, ihcy have successfully check
i: & German ndvancc In North
I?d4n3fi Their reports refer to the
ssmefof flargc numbers of prlson-
ttccas ft new phase of the war, and
vx U to a 3ack of olTlcers in the
Wwuaa armies. Tho Russians have
,TScnifillt'd to bring large numbers
ixS rR&-sifrccnients to their front.
-TBfeo espsnmg' of Uio Dardanelles, It
jxKitUiBKa, would -bIto Russia a vast
:osutobL of war material and release
J'trium The Belgian array has
"UVwoi.reorgaJiized and re-equipped and
"gtsa aLtrvjoioed across the Yser.
tHance The capture of the Am-
urtraii jsuitmur Dacla by a French
itmj- vrlll take that vessel before
i3r g-STich prize court to-day, while
sunESssIlsh prize court will pass upon
thn. cargo of the Wllhelmia. The
Rncnetfc report says 300 yards of
tircMftc -were captured In the Ar-
atonus, smd that sharp progress has
DiQi ataade in tho Champagne dts-
nii"rtl States The State Depart--nwrtKlar
Washington was handed the
xTtifca.Uon of Great Britain and
Staxvoa to neutrals regarding the re
prteeis to be inaugurated against
ta-numy and her allies, which Is
ortjaftctervd by American diplomats
jts ;Sle mobt serious phase of the
iHrutwttB controversy so far arising.
A sSsoas protest immediately is re
.5jrAvi almost certain, and it is stat--nl
a the capital that the measures
no Vk inaugurated against Germany
jin'-twrbe than a blockade and calcu
lktfe to paralyze the commerce of
Ei'jglaml Premier Asquith in the
IHfttee jo! CommonB delivered "Eng
JtcsrfSs nnswer to Germany's subma
rine Siftockade." If the combined
jflto -of Great Britain and France
prevent It, no commodities of
sarr aimi except those on the seas
.silusK henceforth, until tho conclusion
iff fine -staT, reach or leave the shores
fl?Vrmany, the Premier stated. He
a!lM touched upon the cost of the
vsax. isinlch he estimated at $7,500,
WS9 felly to the Allies and likely to
..a5kre. The House granted the
Vbargtsr credit ever voted $1,810,-
t&bjGi. He stated the American
ihe&q&s being given serious considera
tion. Tkricey The attack of the' allied
!3tfifA oa the Dardanelles has been de
Utasd "because ot unfavorable weather
mrrHnac range firo and aeroplane ob-.-swrxattons,
according to a statement
i-ttufl Are Admiralty. The Paris
-rjfa?stftaserts that an agreement has
'Ik-ffiB reached between France, Great
MtsSsxs. tnwl Rubsla regarding the fu-
-cure status of tho Dardanelles where
'bjjUtasiia is to have free passage of
Ktut-tVii The Itubslans have con
oihrltal their operations around Prz
Mntfez. according to their offlcial re
jfvnrt. -where they defeated and have
-tuntwu Inck to tho frontier "not less
illaai two army corps." Tho Ger,
liaxhs. after compelling tho retreat of
ihe Russian Tenth army, attempted
tit. tin battle with the forces at
TOfvaw, where It Is claimed they failed
ih -x driving movement.
Nfetrila ho Russian armies are
tuwd in battle along the entire
a& and due to heavy re-lnforce-
ttaey have been enabled to
.iTUfcwi the Germans back In North
TTMii lit toward the East Prussian
nmnf The Germans are satd to
Itiavo .abandoned their campaign
iryCt-f' the 'Russian railway lines.
Ctamany In reply to the United
SHia' -protest as to submarine ware
, rtba .Cermun Government prac
tSeUy frees to modify Its subma-
rtUclu If its enemies will stop
ot -neutral flags and arming
ta( merchantmen. Tht oalr hitch U
Catarrh of the Head
Mr. Tom P.
Dady. No. S
Rochester, N. T., writes. "I was
troubled with catarrh ot the head for
many years before I paid much at
tention to it. but a few months ago
1 was so annoyed by headaches and
dtfllculty in breathing through my
noso, and my cjes smarted and looked
so inflamed that I felt I must do
Bomcthlns to relieve this state of af
fairs. "I noticed one of your ads. In thn
paper, and then and there decided to
try Teruna. I am pleased to say
that it came up to all my expecta
tions, for In six weeks It had driven
the catarrh out of my system and
I have not been troubled since."
Mrs. A. J. Tleman. 1112 Wyominit
St.. San Antonio. Texas, writes: "I
suffered over nine years with catarrh
of the head, noso and ears, five bot
tles of Peruna have restored me my
In regard to limiting the use of sta
tionary mines. The offlcial text of
the German note is on its way to
United State. The Government
has decided to defer action on a pro
test aglnst England's blockade order
until replies have been received from
England and Germany on the sub
marine warfare notes.
England The blockade order
against Germany is not effective yet,
as It has not been passed by the
Privy Council, but in the ratification
It probably will be dated back to co
incide with Asquith's announcement.
The first of the Canadian troops in
the trenches have won their spurs by
the capture of a trench at La Bassee.
Austria The Austrians have re
sumed the offensive In a bloody bat
tle with the Russians between the
Ondawa and San Rivers.
Turkey. Nine warships of the al
lied fleet yesterday bombarded and
silenced the forts of Dardanus, Ham
idieh and Tohemerllk. on the Asiatic,
side of the Dardadnelles. Warships
advanced two miles up the straits.
Mine sweeping progressed under fire
and Turkish positions were revealed
Germany. The official text of
Germany's reply to the American
note concerning submarine warfare
in British waters and the shipment
of food to Germany was received at
the State Department, and is said
to be an acqulsence to practically all
of the points proposed by the United
England Exportation from Ger
many of such goods as England de
sires is not prohibited by Great Brit
ain. Great Britain has not prepared
her answer to the American note
submitted to that country and Ger
many regarding submarine blockade
and shipments of food to Germany.
It is foreshadowed that the English
view is that the United States is ask
ing that Great Britain shall virtual
ly forego the strength of her posi
tion due to her superior navy.
1'rauce From the sea to the Aisne
there has been cannonading of vary
ing intensity and the Germans have
again begun to bombard Rheims.
Tho French claim continued prog
ress In the Champagne region.
Russia The Austrians delivered
furious attacks aglnst Russian lines
between the San nnd Ordawa rlters.
The Germans continue attempts to
break through Russian intrench
meats in their determination to re
To the Housewife.
Madam, If your husband is like
most men he expects 'you to look
after tho health ot yourself and
children. Coughs and colds are tho
most common of the minor ailmentu
and are most likely to lead to serious
diseases, A child la much more like
ly to contract diphtheria or scarlet
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remedies that are recommended for
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MASTER AND DAUGHTER
Dr. J. V. Pruitt, of West Point,
Victim of Animal Mow Be
West Point, Ky., March 2. This
little city is in the midst of a mad
dog scare and two of its residents
started to-night with all speed for
trettment at tho State Pasteur lab
oratory at Bowling Green. They are
Dr. J. V. Pruitt, a leading physician
of West Point, nnd his daughter, who
is about 22 years old. They went
from here to Louisville and thenco
to Bowling Green, being accompanied
by Dr. E. S. Roberts.
The nnlmal by which they were
bitten is a large bulldog, tho prop
erty of Dr. Pruitt. It had been tied
up for a week or more, tho family
says, because it was In the habit of
disturbing the chickens. This after
noon It was given its liberty. Hard
ly had its leash been slipped when
the dog leaped at Miss Pruitt and
caught her by one of her feet, which
it bit almost off. Tho young woman
called loudly for help, her father re
sponding. He beat the enraged ani
mal from off his daughter, only to
have it leap at his shoulder, from
which It bit him In the throat. All
the while the dog was growling and
Goldman King, agent for the Illi
nois Central, attracted by the noise,
looked out and seeing tho situation,
seized a shotgun and fired at tho dog.
but missed his aim. Frightened by
the report of the gun the dog de
sisted from Its attack nnd ran off.
Parties of men are now searching
for it. The community Is In a state
of terror because no one knows where
It will appear or whom or what It
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"My daughter used Chamberlain's
Tablets for constipation with good
results and I can recommend them
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Brushly, La. For sale by ail deal
Norway has set aside a largo fund
for making loans to farmers to en
able them to prepare ncw ground
This country made and sold 2,200
000 buggies last year. Evidently the
automobile hasn't quite driven the
horse out of business yet.
For the first time In 19 years
there will be a month February,
without a full moon. The next full
moon will be on the night of March 2.
The Vienna Zeltung publishes a
minlstrel decree ordering that hence
forth bread may contain no more
than 50 ner cent of flour or rye meal.
The remaining Ingredients must con
sist ot substitutes, such as barley,
maize, oats, rice or potatoes.
Another uame-blll will be intro
duced at the present session ot the
legislature, and It is a good one. It
nroDoses that every man wno nunis
at all must have a license, the mon
ey thus obtained to go into the game
orotection fund. The charge for a li
cense will probably be a dollar.
No pducatlonal institution of any
kind in Michigan which is supported
in whole or in part by public money
iifiii omnlov a teacher or professor
who smokes cigarettes, nor shall any
institution grant a diploma or cer
HfientR of education to anyone who
smokes clgarets, according to a bill
Introduced In tho assembly.
The United States Is now feeding
Hi world. Five times as much wheat
and six times ns much corn were
exported from tho United States in
December as in the same tuonth in
1913; flour exports increased more
than 68 per cent for the same period;
fresh beef increased more than 12
told, and generally tho exports of
"breadstuffs," which included prac
tically all the staple grains, increas
ed five times.
Both Sudan and feterlta seeds arc
to be sent from San Angelo to Sanctl
Splritus, Cuba, at the request of Hu
bert G. Smith, a Cuban missionary,
whoa pent several months there last
winter. Mr. Smith saya that farnyrs
in that section ot Cuba have arw
of the wonders of the two Mops and
. i- .- .!. anma Thn RCfilla BTCl tO
IWUU IU Jiauik !.-. -- -I-
'be ent by T. P. Oweayliecretary ot
tho San Angelo Chamber of Com
merce. Pigeons, larks and cockatoos like
their baths in the rain. Game birds
and poultry take dust baths. Tho
common Bparrow likes a dry sham
poo In tho dust and a plunge bath in
tho water. Reptiles soak themselves;
elephants daub their calves with
mud, then wash It off, says Our Dumb
Animals. Rinoccroscs, buffaloes,
dogs, boars and tigers llko to wal
low; tho equine trlbo favor a roll in
tho sand; cats, mice and their respec
tive relatives lick themselves clean.
For the Htomnrh nnd Liter.
I. N. Stuart, West Webster, N. Y.,
writes: "I have used Chamberlain's
Tablets for disorders of the stomach
nnd liver off nnd on tot tho past
Ave yenrs, and It affords me pleasure
to state that I have found them to
bo Just ns represented. They are
mild in their action and the results
hnve been satisfactory, I value them
highly." For sale by nil dealers, in
It Is n very sad spectacle when a
Democratic Senator snatches off tho
cerements of tho dead to prove that
his associates on the majority side of
tho upper house of Congress are in
the same class with Judas. It is
tough on Judas, to, who we have
sometimes thought, after all, has to
bear too much odious comparison.
He at least had the graco to go off
and kill himself, and that's more than
any Democratic offlce holder has ever
Senator Stone, reinforced by that
obese hlcrarch of Kentucky Demo
cracy, Ollle James, may have known
what ho was talking about when he
classified his Democratic brethren
with the betrayer of the Savior, but
decent pcoplo believe he could have
proven It in a hundred ways with
out dragging the remains of poor Eph
LUliard into it.
Lllllard was the political bed-fel
low of Ollie James for many years.
and remorse for that, rather than
his vote for Senator Bradley, doubt
less hud something to do with his
Wo sometimes feel half impelled to
go around behind the house and hayc
a good cry over the troubles of our
Democratic friends. It's getting just
too sad for anything.
Here's Senator James calling Sena
tor Camden a traitor, and Camden
asservating Jhat our own Ollie is an
unshearcd ass. Yes sir! Ollle an
ass the same who, we had been
taught to believe, was the apotheosis
of statesmanship, embodying all the
attributes of Webster, Clay and Cal
Aro none of our Democratic house
hold gods to be hereafter sacred?
Must profane hands bo thus permit
ted to snatch off the halo from the
brow of Democratic patron saints?
Ollle an ass! What's an ass, nny"
how? Come to think of it, an ass
is popularly supposed to represent
the Democratic party.
Well, maybe Camden was right
after all, since Ollle has been very
near the. whole works In Washing
ton. It is authoritatively announced
from Washington that there will be
no extra session ot Congress.
This is about the only cheerful and
encouraging bit ot Information the
business interests of the country have
received from that source In a long
The highly significant, not to say
extraordinary, feature of the an
nouncement consists in tho reason,
given for it. It is said the Presi
dent is sick, tired and disgusted with
Congress; that he realizes, in the
crucial situation confronting tho
country at present, Congress in ses
sion Is a menace, and he, therefore,
welcomes tho day when ho will not
have "the herd of wild asses" on his
Remember, now, this is reported
in Democratic newspapers as com
ing from a Democratic President re
garding a Democratic Congress.
The Republicans can well afford
to let it go at that.
It may not be impertinent, how
over, to Inquire, if the President is
"sick, tired nnd disgusted," what'
sort of a feeling does the country lit
largo experience. Kentucky Sun."
Accused and Acquitted.
Hartford, Ky., March 4, 1915.
Broken down in body and mind and
confined to a room with the horried
thoughts of having been. accused of
a crime so foul, of aiding in taking
the life of Robert NaH, procrastina
tion only keeping Mi from being as
one, and in this k&ur ot dire distress
where blood and love flowed so freely
vicious ones have prounced upon me,
an innocent one and have said and
done things which time and God only
To my counsel, Mr. Wm. Barnes,
friends, Jurors and the prosecutor,
Mr. Ben Ringo, I thank you and may
God help me to forgive and forget
bow I have been accused.
A broken heart,
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IT is beyond the bounds
of possibility to answer
promptly the mass of cu
riosity telephone calls that
threaten to swamp our ex
changes every time there is a
Calls for physicians, the am
bulance or the police, held up
at such times might result in
the loss of human life.
For your protection, as well
as for the protection of your
neighbors, we ask you not to
call the telephone operator
merely out of curiosity. After
all, she has no more informa
tion than you have.
119, OWENSBORO, KY.