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Jfartfxrri DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS J ftemtMkmt Subscription G, OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY $1 per Year No. 17 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER While tho Progressives polled nearly 35,000 votes laat year, n trifle more than fi.OOO voted today. Judge Marcus H. Ilolcomh was elected Governor by a majority of about 10,000. The Sennto and House will be Republican. Governor's Dos Moines, tions at a lnte 1914. . Governor today, according to early returns, and sent Wllllnm C. Hawley from the first district and N. J. Sin- not from the second district back to Congress today. Indications not so strong were for the election of C. N. McArthur, Republican, In the Third district. Senator George E. Chamberlain, Democrat, was leading In tho Senatorial race over It. A. Booth, VILLA WILL RENEW FIOHT Provisional PreS. RefUSeS tO Recognize Successor. In the nttltude that the central Cov- I'rlltflntlt nf fnvlTk m. la .lAflHlt.1.. Gun Minister of Foreign Affairs by the Brazilian Minister today. Tho note, while disavowing any Intention on part of the American Government to occupy Vera Cruz longer than necessary, was firm FEW AMPUTATIONS AMONG WOUNDED Shot So te Knre Close 3. ht Now. point positively to the Prouty It Defeated. of Senabecause of alleged sympathies tor Albert Burlington, Vt., Nov. 3. In the not In accord with the Constitution Kepublicans Make Great Gains a. plurality Cummins, Republican, by estimated at CO.OOO over fight for the United States Senate Declares That Generals Are In alist movement. The matter of the Paris. Oct. 31. The Journal Den Maurice Connolly, Democrat, and between the present Senator. WilThroughout Entire Country adjustment of the customs also was Debates says that during the first Sympathy With Him Will Casper Schenk, Progressive. Enough liam P. Dillingham, Republican, and Insisted upon. It was explained that mown artcr the first arrival of of tho vote was In hand to make the former Interstate Commerce Progressives Fall Off. tho proclamation of Gen. Agullar wounded at the Vichy hospital, Continue In Office. certain the senior Iowa Senator's Commissioner, Charles A. Prouty. making certain guarantees was where the most Important operareturn to Congress. Schenk, tho Pro- - who had the Indorsement of both wholly Insufficient for the purpose of tions are performed, the average of the operations was twenty per day In the Kentucky election last Tues- gresslve candidate, fell far behind Democrats and Progressives, comEl Paso. Tex., Nov. 3. Without the American Government. out of 8,000 cases treated. day J. C. W. Ilcckham easily defeat- whnt was estimated to be his full plete returns from eleven out of four- answering Gen. Carranza's refusal Woman Suffrage Given Setback. Of these 600 operations no moro teen counties gave Dillingham a maed A. E. Willson Tor United Stated strength. Chicago, Nov. 4. Woman suf- than ten were amputations In the Governorship race, Clarke, jority of 6,599. Dillingham carried today to accept his successor as ProSenator to the tunc of 40,000. J. N. and visional President of Mexico, the among the ten were some of single Camden also wins over nullltt by n Republican, had a lead of slightly most of the small towns that report- Aguascallentcs conference has order- frage suffered a setback In the yesterday, six States voting nngers and pats of fingers only. large plurality. Only about two-thir- more than 4,000 votes over John T. ed early. ed an extensive movement, of .Villa against granting the franchise to Two legs, one arm and one wrist The Republicans claimed safe ma- troops toward the south. of n vote was polled. All the Hamilton, Democrat. It was estiwomen, and women candidates un- were al the serious .amnutnHnna Congressional districts went Demo- mated that Clarke's plurality would jorities on the State ticket and In Ten thousand men of the com- dergoing defeat at the polls. that proved necessary at this great cratic except the tenth and eleventh, be close to 15,000. It was practi- the congressional districts. mands of Gens. Natera and Robles In Illinois, where women gained hospital. which returned Congressmen Powers cally certain that Republican candiand 102 cannon commanded by Gen. This very small proportion of am and Uinglpy. Congressman Johnson dates for Congress had been elcted In Me In Passed In Suffraglsta' Row. Angeles, have arrived at the con- tho right to vote for all statutory offices, only recently, the number of putations In comparison with woundChicago, III., October 30. Turbu carried every county in the Fourth all districts except the second and lence, punctured by cries of "He," j vention city ,and are preparing to votes cast by that sex fell off greatly. ed of preceding wars is accounted district except Grayson and Green.. third. proceed south-- according to official Ohio, Missouri, North Dakota, for, first, by the difference in the ef"steam roller" and the banging of Thomas defeats Taylor In the South Dakota, Nebraska and Nevada fects of modern projectiles, which Republican In I end. the gavel In the hands of Mrs. Grace advices received In Juarez. Third about 2,000. Fighting between Carranza and voted against granting votes to wo have not so Providence. R. I., Nov. 3. R. Wilbur Trout, president of the ll much tendency to proBeckham's plurality In Louisville Livingston Deeckman, Equal Suffrage Association, led Villa forces already has begun south men. Lively campaigns Republican had been duce silvers of bone. The wound Id over Willson Is 12,000. candidate for Governor, had a lead to a revolt against the Trout rule In of the convention city, if was report- made In all of these States by advo- more localized and cleaner cut than In Other States. of nearly 5,000 votes over his Demo- the state convention In the Floren- ed by persons arriving here tonight cates of woman suffrage. formerly. I'nthe second place surgiTho Republicans swept New York, from the south. In Kansas a woman ran for Con- cal .science has progressed and electing Whitman Governor by a cratic opponent, Patrick H. Qulnn, tine room of the Congress Hotel to- Gen. Carranza, in a message re- - gress In the Sixth district and a wounds d of the da v. that would have seemingly plurality which may reach 150,000. with returns from celved her this afternoon, declared lively campaign was conducted In required In the sixty-fiv- e Mrs. Trout repelled one sally the amputation a memThe Republicans also elect the Unit- State at hand of her behalf, but the female Progres ber of forty years ago of voting districts of 18G reported the antiadmlnlstratton forces by has- he would are now ed States Senator, and a large maconvention in sive candidate, Mrs. Eva Morley Murthe Republican vote showed a gain tily adjourning the first session of the Aguascalientes treated with a view to saving it. jority of the Congressmen. phy, was defeated, running third. of 4,996 over the vote two years ago. the day and ordering hotel attend- naming a Provisional' President. In connection with the treatment Pennsylvania returns to the ReCarranza's statement as received In Chicago Miss Harriet Vlttum of bullet and shrapnel wounds the In the First Congressional district ants to close and lock the doors so publican column with a plurality of by officials of the Consul General's and Miss Mary McDowell, heads of Temps states that experiments made over 200,000 for tho. candidates for the vote was very close, but In the that Mrs. Medlll McCormlck and oth- office her was telegraphed from social settlements, ran for County In a Lyons hospital have demonSecond and Third; the Republican er of her opponents could not get 1'nited States Senator and Governor. Puebla. It said: Commissioners, but made a poor strated that the German bullets are Ohio also Joins the columns re- candidates had slight margins. The back and hold a "rump" session. 'The convention having not corn- - showing. Whpn tliA rnnvpnHnti puvinviin returns, however, wer far from magnetic and are in many cases turning to the Republican fold, electIn ho nf.ornnnr. l,n.HIItlM .o -- - P1,ed Wlth tDe Conditions that I fix easily extracted by the application ing Harding United States Senator Thousands Attend School of a powerful magnet. ed regarding my retirement from the Many sumed. Mrs. Antoinette Funk arose I ami defeating Cox for Governor. Fairs. duties I am performing as first chief, and asked to speak on a question of In one case at the Desenettes hosDemocratic Governor. Further Republican gains In the Greenville, Ky., Oct. 31. -- Never I have not taken into consideration pital at Lyons a bullet was extracted Mrs. Trout ac- Boise, Idaho, .Nov. 3. Scattered personal privilege. late returns show two in New Hamp convention In the history of Greenville has there the resolution of the said from a depth a half shire, former Representative Cyrus returns from fifty precincts of 744 tlllfpqppH nnH Mpa Cunlr etnitail regara 10 uieir uppuiiumeui oi u been such a crowd la point of num- - inches by an of three add powerelectric magnet Indicate the election of James H. complain of Mrs. Trout's action in in A. Sulloway returning to the House; .my place, bers and enthusiasm as that which take i President who should ful enough to lift a ton, while lta Incumbent, as adjourning the convention at noon one lu Rhode Island, Representative Brady, Republican and therfore I still continue to be thronged the streets here Friday. extraction-wouhave been extremeUnited States Senator, and Addison while Mrs. McCormlck was speaking. ld Peter G. Gerry (Democrat) being place the Conservative in'.charge of my office. estimates ly difficult! by any .other .process. The Mrs. Trout's gavel again thunderIncumbent, by Walter U. Stlness (Repub- T. Smith, Republican, "This resolution of mine has been number present as 10,000 persons. ' lican); two In West Virginia, a fur- and Robert McCracken, Republican, ed against the president's table, supported by the Governors of the Three or four thousand were In the magnet Is also being used together drowning out Mrs. Funk's voice. t with radiography to locate bullets, ther gain of one in Massachusetts, as Congressmen, and that Governor Among the officials Joining In parade, each school having a differsplinters of shells, etc., under the "This is not a question of person States. making a net gain o fthree Repub- John M. Haines, Republican, has section are Gens. Coss, Pesan- - ent uniform and all carrying ban- flesh, this rendering immense services to al privilege," Mrs. Trout said. lican seats from that State and two been defeated. A. Gonzaless, Ernesto Sentos ners. The parade first consisted of Forty-fiv- e Mrs. Alice Bradfor Wiles and Mrs. chez, the surgeons. scattered precincts In The total Republican lu Indiana. Coy, Pablo Gonzales and all leaders floats and wagons all decorated for There is less sickness in Kaln Indicated at that hour is forty-tw- o four counties give for United States Catherine Waugh McCulloch went to of the Division of the Northeast.. the occasion with flags and bunting, French army after two months the Mrs. Funk's rescue and succeeded In on Senator: seats. no doubt that the balance one wagon, that of Powderly school, "I have gaining approval. for a motion perBrady, Republican, 1,018. the battlefield than in time of peace, In the first general election for It. There were mitting Mrs. Funk to state her griev of the leaders when they know of had 120 pupils in wagons efficiency prepareddue 'to Hawkey, Democrat, 1,194. United States Senators, results still and floats ness of the military and the this resolution of mine will support seventy-flveo- f ance before the session was adjournClagstone, Progressive, 442. the health service, arc in doubt In several States. The my attitude and will Ignore the con- and it required more than an hour according to Prof. Edmon d ed. For Governor: election of James W. Wadsworth, for the parade to pass a given point. The "rebels" were so wrathy over vention. medical inspector general ot Haines, Republican, 997. Jr., (Republican) in New York, to "V. CARRANZA." After the parade the pupils inarched their failure to disturb the equill-briAlexander, Democrat', 1,292. succeed Ellhu Root, over Ambassasquare and wit- the army, and a member of the to the courthouse Academy of Medicine. of the president that they startMcElroy, Progressive, 493. dor James W. Gerard, came as a disnessed some intricate drills given ed a boom In favor of Mrs. George Urged to Rise Against Americans. Since the beginning of the war he tinct surprlso to Democratic AdminGreenville High School. Mexico City, Nov. 3. When it be- by the W. Bass, former president of the has been on an official mission of inRepublican Leading. istration leaders. Latest returns gave All of the week the various school Wadsworth an estimated plurality of Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 3. Early Chicago Woman's Club, as a candi- came generally known today that the exhibits have been received and ar- spection of field and other hospitals Washington Government had failed wounded have The where the French no. 000. turns from Wisconsin tonight Indi- date to succeed Mrs. Trout. house, the Y. M. to comply with the request of the ranged tn the court Tho increased Republican vote af- cated that Emmanuel L. Philippe, election will be held tomorrow. building and other buildings. been treated. A. place," The squabble was due to a contro Mexican foreign office that the Unit- C. "He fected tho results In several State Republican, has defeated Judge John Thursday and says established in the first versy over the funds raised by pop- ed States fix a definite date for tho They., were graded the Figaro, 'that sanitary concontests. New York. New Hamp- C. Karel, Democrat, for Governor by The exhibits cov army are perfect. The ular subscription to defray the ex- evacuation of Vera Cruz, thousands orlzes awarded. shire and Colorado, which now have a good majority. activity, from ditions in our penses of defending the suffrage bill of proclamations, purporting to be ered a wide ra"nge of man. Sickness is exceptional. DurDemocratic Governors, elected ReIn the school room to signed by Mexican Scottish Rite Ma- work done ing this war the number ot cases ot before the State Supreme Court. publicans. Incomplete returns from Republicans Get Delaware. science sons, were distributed, calling upon manual training, domestic sickness Is less than in time ot peace. Kansas, now under Democratic ad Wilmington, Del., Nov. 3. SecreThe exhibits were Cox Is Defeated. Complications from wounds cause the citizens to arm themselves and agriculture. persons prominent ministration, showed that the Repub- tary of Stato Thomas W. Miller, Reexcellent. Several Cincinnati, O., Nov. 4. Frank B. and drive the Invading foreigners the most serious trouble. They oclican tlckot was In tho lead, and In publican, son of Governor Miller, was In educational work In the State were Willis, Republican, defeated Gov. from the shores of Mexico. cur with surprising frequency and Oklahoma tho election of the Demo- today elected representative In Conpresent. All pronounce the School gravity, says Prof. Delorme. govM. Cox, Democrat, for They The police were busy arresting gress dver Frank Brockson, Demo- James cratic candidate was not assured. Muhlenburg country as exernor of Ohio at yesterday's election, boys who were distributing these Fair of chiefly result In gaseous gangrene In a few Instances, however, there crat, Incumbent, by a plurality of today. posters and tearing off papers pasted cellent. and tetanus. Injections of oxygenwere Democratic gains. In Minneso- about 2,000. The Republican State according to returns received This is the third fair that has been ated water are efficacious In both Gov. Cox conceded his defeat today on walls in spite of their vigilance. ta, Idaho nnd Tennessee, which have ticket was elected by about the same and sent a message of congratulation none of them has there Injections of The proclamation bore the names of held and at Republican Governors, and Nevada, plurality. persons pres- case3, but for tetanus, to his successful opponent. n Mexicans. One par- been less than 5,000 many autltetanlc serum are being used as with a Progressive, Democratic canThe next State Senate will probent. Two or three "moonlight The returns on the governorship agraph said: a preventative. More than 600,000 ably contain nine Republicans and didates arc In the lead. school" delegations were noticed In dose3 ot this serum have been turnare meager, but from figures at hand In California there was an excep- eight Democrats. The House as In"In ifompliance with one of our tho parade, as well as Mothers' Clubs Willis will have it Is tion to the Progressive slump. Such dicated by returns received up to from estimated 12,000 votes more fundamental principles of Masonry and School Helpers' Clubs. One ed over to the army health service 8,000 to by the Pasteur Institute since the we declare to the nation that we are returns ns were at hand from that midnight will contain nineteen Demthan Cox. Unofficial' returns from obliged to respect the life of man, Good Roads Club was In the beginning of the war. By this means Stato indicated a landslide for Gov. ocrats and sixteen Republicans. counties n Ohio, re the eighty-eigit is expected that the lives of thoubut at the same time wo are ordered Hiram Johnson, tho Progressive Exceived at Republican state headquar- as a single exception, to take up arms Hulllvun Appears io nave ditii ? sands of wounded will be saved. ecutive, who was up for Wilson's Work Useless. 0 ters, glvo Willis a plurality of feuted in Illinois. In defense of national integrity. It Woman suffrage apparently fared Trenton, N. J. Nov. 3. President Declines to Vacate over Cox. Chicago, Nov. 4. Lawrence Y. Judge Ilirkheod HI ut the hands of tho voters. In Wilson's home congressional district, is hidden from no one, that the forBench. Former Lieut. Gov. Warren G. eigner continues with his foot on our Sherman, Republican, was elected Ohio, North Dakota and Missouri tho Fourth of New Jersey, has electOwensboro, Ky., Nov. 4. Bradley Harding was elected United States territory, which Is staining our hon- to the United States Senate over Republihave beaten decisively. ed Elijah C. Hutchinson, senator by a larger vote than that or. Explanations are over and there Roger C. Sullivan, Democrat by an Wilson, who Is under joint IndictState-wid- e prohibition was beaten can, to succeed Congressman Allan ment, charged with conspiracy for given Willis. He will succeed The- only remains now to repel this tute estimated plurality of 6,000 or the purpose of Intimidating others, lu Ohio, but In Colorado the early B. Walsh, Democrat, by about 2,000 odore E. Burton. remore, according to the latest lage. vote was In favor of It. plurality. tiled an affidavit In Circuit Court Returns on state offices also are In elecMeager returns Indicate strong ReJudge "We have faith In the Integrity turns tonight from Tuesday's favor of the Republicans, and show Progressive, this morning seeking to have Itepubllcun Sweep. publican gains throughout the State and ability of our Government to tion. Raymond Robins, T. F. Blrkhead vucate the bench. He that the entire' Republican ticket is a poor third. With only 300 small charged In the affidavit a collusion Now Haven, Conn., Nov. 3. Con- and tho Democrats will probably not sovereignty, but as a has been elected with Willis and watch our compliance with our rural precincts missing, and the returned to the Republican have more than four or five of the Harding. necticut and in Attorto a between the Commonwealth's plurality of twenty-tw- o fold today by making a clean sweep. twelve congressmen. The present deloaths we call upon our brothers, and ney, Judge Blrkhead and the grand of egation Is ten Democrats and two Couple Drowned in the Ohio. Frank B. Brandegee was all good men wilt comply with their precinct for Sherman outsidelead was jury that returned the indictment. Sherman's downstate United States Senator over Gqv. Republicans. Evansvllle., Ind., Nov. 2. Ivan patriotic duty. The Masonic bodies of Judge Blrkhead thereupon had enpluSimeon E. Baldwin by a safe maReturns up to midnight Indicate Heer and Miss Ruth Rechman, of the entire world, and especially those 62,631, as against Sullivan's tered in tho order book an order rality In, Cook county of G5.C99. jority. With the vote nearly all that the Democrats will control the 111,, were drowned in of the United States, have been notistating the material part ot the affcounted Indications pointed to the State Senate by the same vote as the Ohio River today and their fied of our action and they will unDemocrats WillHav Majority. idavit was untrue, and that he deelection of a solid Republican con- last year, 11 to 10, and that the bodies have not been recovered. The doubtedly Judge us In accordlnce New York, Nov. 4. Latest returns clined to vacate the bench. The trial gressional delegation. Among those Assembly, which last year was Demo- young couple were in a skiff on with the tenets of Masonry and pa- from yesterday's elections indicate Is set for next week. probably elected to Congress is form- cratic, will be Republican this year, their way to Caseyvllle, Ky., to be triotism." Mr. Wilson came to Owensboro that the Democratic majority in the er Representative Ebenezer J; Hill, by about 38 to 22. married, when the boat struck a Tho latest Washington note, which house of representatives for the from Hopkins county, and was the cong"re3s will be reduced to organize snag and was turned over, both los- was a reply to Mexico's communicaa leading member of the Ways and of th? Consolidated ToRepublican la Oregon. Means Committee. ing their lives before ocoupants of tion asking Washington to fix a def- twenty-thre- e The probable Demo- bacco Growers' Association. The inOoo feature of the election was Portland, Ore., Nov. 3. a nearby launch could go to their inite date tor the evacuation of Vera cratic majority In the senate will be dictment was several returned elected Dr. James Wlthycombe rescue. the slump In the Progressive Vote. Cruz, was handed to the Mexican fourteen. months ago. nt la., Nov. hour Indica- guarantee the Interests of thoso Mex ican residents of Vera Cruz whose names are said to be listed for punishment by the Carranza Govertn-me- Wounds Are Not Dangerous vrn Illl-no- one-thir- of. ......... I cd De-lor- m well-know- ht 10,-78- pro-cauti- av-cra- CM-cag- o, Cave-in-Roc- sixty-f- ourth Cossack prowess decided to teach Germans appointed to worry Paris IMPERIAL WILL them that the Cossack was only an that notwithstanding the weather SIDELIGHTS ordinary soldier, and ordered them condition they set out according to BUY TOBACCO to take one allvo nt all cost. This their schedule. They were signaled WAR latter some time wbh done, and thojas far away as Compelgne, nnd when j Cossack was brought bound before they saw the preparations made to the General, who read his men a meet them they turned, But Not Unless It Wins Its The Paris patrol was kept up till from horseback and explain- Pack-Hors- e .lecture k Soldier Today Is ed that he would prove that the nlglit, nnd one aeroplane oniy Suits In Higher of was nothing In particular. ' cd collision with the Church and Laborer. Finding the Cossack readily un- - Sacre Cocur by n yard or two, having Courts. derstood signs, he explained that he lost Its bearings In n fog. would give him a sword and that he Wnr'.s Cost To Canada, French Tell of Aviator's Exploit must show what he could do with It. in tho enthusiasm with which Can-Th- e Henderson, Ky., Oct. .10. The Australn soldiers crowded around jndn has come to tho aid of the Imperial Tobacco company will be Russian Cossack Capwith the fun. The Cos- - jcr country In this time of war stress, In the local market to buy tobacco d sack whirled the sword and with a . probably few of her patriotic tured General. If It wins In tho higher court. cry. which Is a part of tho have stopped to count tho cost This Is the general understanding guage used by all horse loving peo- -' (0 their land, says tho Wall Street among th'o tobacco men of the city. young men of Eu- pie of the world In all ages, and journal. With that lavlshness com- - j 3f r.ny of tlio A reporter Thursday morning enrope went to llic wnr Imagining that has a curious effect upon the equine mon to a new country of boundless. bloodstlr-rln- g species, suddenly leaped up behind If untested, recourses, where fru- deavored to get definite Information It wns to lie an nffalr of from Imperial headqiinrtcrs, but the charges, "thin red line of he- the General. gality is a crime. Canada is paying was to learn upon - best he could do roes," reviews to Inspiring music He forced the horso to charge In the men volunteering for tho mill- reliable authority that the Imperial unci the pomp ami glory that have to the crowd of soldiers, who were j tary service the sum of $1 a day. company would mnke no plans until hern asoclated with hattle, It Is unable to shoot for fear of killing She has already proposed to raise, the cases against It now pending In likely that they have long since been their own chief, and made ready furnish and equip 55,000 men. The tho court of appeals were finally disillusioned. way before tliet'.l. ilie I OSSaCK j pay uione in wiusu men menus $ii, decided upon by that body. Malcolm for the Aside from the danger, the hard- headed for home. The Austrains 000 a day. not allowing Vcaman, chief counsel for the comships and thn suffering, the soldier surprised by the curious apparla-tlon- , higher pay for officers. For a month pany in this city,, stnted that the of today Is one of the hardest worksent a few wild shots after of thirty days that runs up to $1, case had been set for nrgument beeffect, and the 050,000. A year's service, nnd there fore ed men the world has ever known. tho pair without the court on November 10, and are many opinions that several years While machinery In other fields General went Into captivity fully that he was expecting an early dehas lessened the labor of the Indithat there was, after all, of war are ahead of the allies, cision after that time. vidual, tho machines that have been something diabolical about these would count the cost of that small While no ono was willing to be army up to $20,000,000. devised for war servo no other pur- Cossacks. quoted, It was evident from the conprobability Is that a protractkilling the individuals The pose than versation of those Interviewed that Kvplnlt Credited To French Avia- ed' war will see efforts to place a lu tho event more rapidly and at a longer disthe company wins betors. quarter of a million Canadian troops tance. A story from Paris on the work of on tho firing line. In that event the fore the higher court. It will be In The soldiers who are fighting in the market for a targe portion of Kurope today are working harder the French airmen says: It Is not payroll of her army will be stag- this year's crop and will be prenation as a whole gering. Then Canada's troops are secret that the than any soldiers In history. pared to pay a fancy price for what pack and Parisians In particular have been armed with the Uoss rifle, a CanaThty arc combinations of rather disappointed with the work of dian weapon, placing upon that coun- It buys. horses and dally laborers. And then conies' tho question of Great things try the responsibility of supplying A largo part of their time Is spent tho French airmen. expected of them. It was con- every cartridge fired by her men. price. marching as rapidly as they can un- were Tho outlook for a sale of the in That will mean a great expense In der their heavy kits, no matter how fidently believed that aviation present crop of tobacco Is very enFrance. Germany was miles behind manufacture and transportation. rough the road. couraging both to the tobacco growThe Taube raids over Paris were In addition, the Dominion has alWhen not marching they supend respect. Let- ready furnished $3. 000,000 worth ers nnd business men as well, acin this most of their time digging trenches. an cording to information received Already thoiihands of miles of tren- ters received from the front all dwelt of flour to Great Brltlan. and has from reliable sources during the past ches have been dug by the soldiers on the ariel activity of the Germans. voted. $50,000 for the relief of the few days. Only once or twice has the veil Belgian sufferers. Tho provinces, too in France and Belgium. In addition elaborate lino of defens- over the doings of the French air- are making their little contributions Despondency Due to Indigestion. to the nioro es- which are constructed for a men been lifted, but now comes a to the cause In coal, horses, feed It is not at all surprising that perwho and food supplies. Her citizens arc stand of any length the soldiers dig letter from a famous Jwa3 recently decorated for gallantry donating to the lied Cross and other sons who have Indigestion become temporary shelters wherever they discouraged nnd despondent. Here jat the front which shows that the funds. stop. are a few words of hope and cheer have put In some effective People who have glimpsed the French for them by Mrs. Blanche Rowers, The ChriMmas Ship. battlefields of France and Belgium work, even if little Is heard of It. Indiana, Pa. years my digestion have been working with the "I It was the golden thought of James was so poor "For I say the country resembles a hugh that could only eat multi- artillery," he writes, "since the be- Keely, editor of the Chicago Herald, rabbit warren because of the ginning of September. One day I which created the Christmas ship, the lightest foods. I tried every thing plicity of trenches. that I heard of to get relief, but not So much digging has to be done succeeded in surprising a German and now the entire country Is Interslipping up to steal a march ested In the movemsut which promis- until about a year ago when I saw that the pick and shovel seem more division Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and Clau? got a nppropriate than the sword and the on us. They were well within the es to bring the spir't of bottle of them, did I find the range of the guns to which I signal- to stricken Europe. Sun as the symbols of war. right treatment. I soon began to imed. Five miautc3 afterward that didigThe Christmas ship has been def- prove, and since taking a When he Is not marching or few bottles ging the private spends his time vision was nothing but a heap of initely named and her Jay of sailing mangled corpses. We came upon them has been fixed. The collier Jason will of them my digestion Is fine." For shooting at an ememy he cannot sale by All Dealers. sec or beiug shot by an Invisible the next day. and, as our men ad- - sail from Brooklyn, Nov. 10, carry- we counted more than 4. lnR tlle gUl3 of the peopi(, of the jvanced. foe. Occasionally he gets a bite to eat, 000 killed. I don't know what our Unlred States, old and young, to the FOR FLETCHER'S nnd or.ca in a while he sleeps. In gunners wouiu ao wuuoui wie neip war orphans of Eurone. judging from 911 reports anf.m.'as- the battles that have raged for days of the aviators. Minus aeroplanes I many of the soldiers have fought they would be simply wasting time, uring by the generous response that whereas, we are able to regulate has been made to the Invitations of until they were so completely Hernstorff nnd the Monroe Doctrine. that they fell down and their shots to a hair's breadth, as the SO leading American new&pape.s, Count Bernstorff, the German amslept an the shrapnolswept, bullet-ridde- n you might say." the Jason will be fill0;? from stem to bassador, felt called on the other day escaped another Sunday stern with toys, clothing and other Paris field. g.aciously to inform the United raid only by reason of the ceaseless articles of cheer and comfort. Thous- - States that In no event would GerA I'iicIv Animal. . In the retreat to Paris says a patrol by Its aviators. They had a n f stocklngs will be stored many fall to respect the Monroe Docwriter In the World's Work, one terrible time, tor at the height at i away in the hold and each of these trine. to which they patroled they were stockings will be well filled. French regiment went twenty The ambassador's statement was twenty-fiv- e miles a day in full blinded by terrific hail and snowThere will be gifts of practical ut- of course based upon his certitude marching order and fought between storms, or else had to gropd their ility, sweaters, caps, jackets and that Germany would finally best way through thick fog. It says clothing for times. the children and the wo- England and France, and that, being This nieaiii; that every man turns much for the stubbornness of the men upon whom the heavy hand of lord of tho sea, the kaiser would himself into a pack animal. Every war has rested In Europe. deign, because of his good feeling infantryman is loaded with fifty or The movement Is largely one of for us, to respect the Monroe Docsixty pounds of kit, including his sentiment. It will be practically im- trine. rifle, Intrenching tool, extra clothes, possible to reach' all of the war orWe should feel very much relievcooking equipment, etc. A healthy phans of Europe but an effort will ed. The mere thought of dlspule man unincumbered can .walk four be made in each country Involved to with the kaiser after he mops up the mile an hour. It Is a good gait. But do the best possible and to remember earth with England and France, Is :i KOldkr loaded with a third of his as many as may be found. From the shudder producing. own weight and moving In large Enhanced By Perfect Physi- reports from various sources more Certainly the kaiser will respect bodies does very well if he averages than one Christmas ship will be need- the Monroe Doctrine, not because he cal Health, 'vo and a half miles an hour. Where ed. San Francisco has decided to act will or will not, but because he must roiwds are narrow or bad the men of Motherhood i3 a try- on its own account and send a ship do so. Tho in riot delay those behind, and ing experiencewomen Count Bernstorff Is al30 reported and marks dis- from the land beyond the Rockies one to most almost always there is dust or mud tinctly an epoch in their lives. Noc one Independent of Chicago, New York, to have said that the active support rt tftjufml with. The dust of thous- woman in a hundred is prepared or un- Washington. Canada gives England deprives Caands of shuffling feet of men and derstands how to properly care for her- War Is a dreadful thing and tho nada of its right to claim any prohorbos, laii be a blinding, choking wu. ui course neany every woman , readlns publlc knowa only ono sldo tection under the Monroe Doctrine. icloud that adds much hardship to a nowadays has medical treatment at such of l ,0 European situation. The read-enc- o and that Germany feels at any time march; and in mud the weight and times, but many approach tho expert-- I ' ors know that thousands ot men have at liberty to invade Canada. with an organism unfitted for tho balance M' a pack makes marching trial of strength, and when If the count Is correctly quoted, it is over i lost their lives on the f lehj of bat.. onstnnt strain. her system has received a shock from tie and that thousands of widows this statement shows that he does The MeldMirvlce regulations of tho which it is hard to recover. Following ' weep with their fatherless children not know what the Monroe Doctrine (!trimui army hay: right upon Una comes the nervous strain in ruined homes. is. "Mntchliig constitutes the greater of caring for the child, and a distinct Memphis must not be behind othEngland, France or Germany could part of the work performed by change in the mother re3ulU. er cities. Texas has taken a ccnsnlcu- - declare war against Mexico or any of troops In war. Tho success of every There Is nothing more charming than ous Dart in tho movement and ims the South American republics, Inoperation depends on the unfailing nhappynndhea lthy mother cf children contrll)uteil ll000,OO0 quarter-poun- d vade and whip them, and still not under the right I)acka!res and indeed chi (.volition of marches." violate tho Monroe Doctrine. But If nut8, ,?, need The French military authorities conditions Th, be no hazard to health or The children at home will not be any of these nations attempted to lu.mitv. himr .is , .. ... ..... imnrmlninnhl,, 3 are said tu train their soldiers in that, rf. all tho evidence of shattered neglected, but as a matter of sentl sot up' sovereignty over the republic, with marching more than any other uu-- 1 nerves and broktn health resulting from ment, as a display of our American ( right thoro is where tho Monroe Doc tlon. They feel that this not only tin unprepared condition, and with am- sympathy, the Christmas ship move- trine would stand lu tho way. cnablus the niun to sot over ground ple time in which to prepare, women ment Is a happy one. Commercial There Is a twilight zone In the more inptdly, but develops the power will persht in going blindly to the trial. Appeal. Monroo Doctrine. of tmliuuiu'o for tho lmttlelield to Every woman at tlite time shock! rely If Germany should best Franco, the utmost. upon Lydia I!. I'inkhani's Vegable Ilet Ciuiuji Medicine for Children. thtn' Germany might have a right The quallNetMloiui of a solditr Compound, a most valuable to !; ixA "Three years ago when I was Jiv- to annex France's colonies In the tnvigorator of the feiuala organism. may jimt'y lt rated In this order: ing In Pittsburgh one of my children West Indies and French Guinea. .1.1 First- - Ability to march. It llCillltlllJ OIIU14IM m..,w Irt1lnw1 had a hard cold and coughed dreadUIII.U.l ,tlUIUIIU .1 nb.ni.ml Mm. In many homes HH!otul' Ability lo puck. fully. Upon the advlco of a druggist Germany might also by that tact once childless tliro Third- - Ability to dig. I purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's tako over control of the few Dutch are now children of the fact Cough Remedy and It benefited him islands in tho West Indies. Fourth -- Ability to f!nht Story or a Coss.irK Who Currta! Off that Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's ut .once. I find it tho best cough If Germany should best the allies Vegetable A (iViiei-al- . medicine for children because It Is entirely, Germany might claim the Compound make a A I'ttrogrud special to the Lonpleasant to take. They do not object right to annex Bermuda, tho Bahawomen normal, Post tells the following story healthy and strong. don to taking it," writes Mrs. Lafuyetto ma Islands and all the other Islands of how a Oobsack abducted an AusTuck, Homer City, Pa. This remedy under tho British flag and all the If yes wast special advice write to contains no opium or other narcotic, other English possessions. trian General. The story liuiU from Lydia E. Plnkham Medicine Co. (con IN and may be given to a child as conKem'burg: Some advanced men In this counwill fidently as to an adult. Sold by all try hold that no longer should a An Australu General finding his deutlal) Lyn, Mass. Tour letter by be opened, read and answered a men unduly terrorized by legends of Hoajiu aud held in strict cuullucuce. dealers. transfer of authority over any coun- - 444H ONJHE THE TRUTH! The world will be grabbing for food. chance. tools Now is your Wc have the right cscap-Cossac- motli-dellght- cltl-wll- lan-ZO- I the John Deere line of Implements. o per-uad- l Williams & Miller BEAVER DAM, KY. INSURANCE AGENCY : ( INEW eye-open- er I have recently purchased from A. C. Veiser his recording Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, Hartford. Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes the business written in all the town and villages in Ohio county. These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will he pleased to hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, I E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartford, Ky. a7Xa NT ED A. IUM J Children Cry C ASTO R A motors, but who would nave no use tor launches on account of lack of time and no summer homes. 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"C!v zs:-- l M. of T.rln" IfU'.M. - BLr?ALO l.aYiJ'iTili Tr,r -- Tj'..' a l.I all Li-- . , I an I Cam.' jPolnla. Ilallma I tlrxrla Conn.flI.n. Jt TulTalo fir NUd-ln- i A.k. 1 nur alrmirra. tMlw.a levljn.1 diitl llblfaln Ih, (;ix I fir Iran, iiirtal. til l.'Iu.Ual.sl b.m.lrl Crfw. ra'ftnit We .a I . U. .J. hi 'JUll r U.it,."iii t apiMit f.ir titkiM Ttmr In THE CLEVELAND & nUTTALO TRANSIT CO., CleveUnd, O. (iVoiialSlJDiUril '.'U! l.ttoDed.t IMP II. t.l'JA. SI. try on the western continent be mitted. per- I I -- se fPHi The question uecamn more than academic several yearu uro, when there was talk of Denmark turning over to Germany two small islands In the Caribbean. Theso Islands were of llttla value to Denmark, hut would have mado splendid bases for Gennanyn. grow-In- ? navy and merchant marine. Count Hornstorff need not concern himuelf about our iiiieanlncs:i as to Germany's Intentions, win or lose, on to DARXKTT & SON. Age-tlts-. tho Monroo Doctrine. rests upon The Monroo Doctrine forco. This being so, wo will construe It to suit ourselves m long us we are able to en forco It. Tho most economical, cleansing aud Born1IcU.1l of nil antlsoptlca la Try This For Your Cough. 573 Thousands of people keep roughing hrfcauso nablo to get the right remedy." Coughs nro caused by Inflammation of Throat and Uronchlul A soluble Antiseptic Powder to Tubes. What you need la to soothe this Inflammation. Take Dr. King's be duaolvod in water as needed. A3 a moJIclnal antiseptic for douches Now Discovery, It ponotrntes tho In treating catarrh, Inflaramntioa or delicate mucous lining, raises tho ulceration Phlegm and quickly relloves tho con- caused by of nose, throat, and that femlnlno Ills it gested membranes. Gut a COc bottlo For ten yoars ttw Lydia has no equal. your druggist. Dr. King's New Moiiiclno Co. has rocommonE.idPlnkham from Paxtlao Discovery quickly and completely la their prlvato correspondence with i my cough" writes J. It. womon. whioh stopped Wornen who have been Watts, Floydale, TexaH. Money back it la cured say 'worth Its weight in gold." At It not satisfied, but it nourly always helps. Tho Paxtoa Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. Kami For Sale. Hartford and Hockpor road, 1 miles from Broadway and 2 milt's from Roekport. Schoolliotiso on dlgsj of farm rvnl eliureh noar. Thrx roads pass dwelling housu which Is ou Hartford R. K. D. No. ! Mo.it of land pertoctly levol. Any on desiring to purelia3o farm will do wU to Investigate. Price reasonable. Apply for further Information 130 Acras on V SPECIAL TO WOMEN 11 JZUZy ni. .... it ROOSEVELT URGES U. S. It we should lend assistance. We should w'thout tliolr pnyrolls sufferlm; by SAYS SULLIVAN remember that charity begins at rcacon of It. home, and while our sincere and last- The administration nnd the DemoNOMINATED WILSON Ing fympathy is extended to stricken STRENGTHEN DEFENSES cratic members of the Congress nro Europe, that there nre cases of wnnt milking u grievous error In tliolr ap- j i I proval of bucIi tuxes, and arcs re- nt home which should be looked aft-- J Has Seen Plans of Two Empires kindling the antnRonlsnis of the Chairman McCombs business nun of the country to their policies Hiid their parly. To Capture American Credit To Illinois It will tie hii Injury to the country Gives cr first. The forecast of summer Indicates I lie coming winter Is going to be ' one of many frosts. It promises to he the coldest of recent years. The poor munage to gel along In summer, hut when the biting blnsts of the winter winds blow out of the north a wake of suffering always follows. Because of the bountiful crop yield during the present fall thero does ! not seem to be any Indication that our supplies will be exhausted. We cannot tell. Wu cannot know. It Is i wise to he prudent. Next year the crops may fall. Our bins may be empty and then we may be face lo face with the same catastrophe that the people of Is now confronting Belgium. We should sober down and consider what it means to be feeding the world. Out of every $100 worth of meat wo produce, statistics show that we sell $7.45 worth abroad, at the same time Importing $2 worth In the shape of mutton, fancy bacon and the like. Therefore, our appetites at homo are able to take care of 04 per cent of the meat raised In the United States. Out of every $100 worth of dairy products we produce, $18.37 worth goes abroad, but at the same time we Import $2.00 worth, making a home consumption of 8:1.73 per cent. Our Imports and exports of poultry and eggs almost exactly halapce each other. The statistics compiled by federal crop estimates tell a story which must be heard. Outside of grain and dairy products our spare supplies arc fractionally too small for much consideration, Of the two staples named we can afford to send away In of what normal years about one-fift- h we produce. This is a normal year for us so far as consumption goes, if II Is not a normal year In Europe. America cannot afford to go hungry In order that European siege guns and other Instruments of war may be tested. Europe Is welcome to our surplus, but Europe has no right to expect more than this. i I that lll'l'UU'MWr?fgajr.,. Til mm Mtmt'mndLitmJitmm Sljf bming ft i a Cities. Princeton, N. J., Oct. DO. To Aid Stalling llelszluiiM. Theodore Itoosovelt told the Ftudtnt A .special .Vcw York, Oct. 30, In mi ndilrMii today ul Princeton lliut il had wen the. pi mis of two steamer carryliiK a cargo of food empires now Involved In the Kuro-- , supplies for the slurviiiK iieiKians i war to capturo grunt American will be iuit from New York to Hot-tt.-- n ports and hold them for ransom, jterdam at Um mrlh-s- t possible date. l. It Is this country's duty," said It was announced today by the put Its'lf Into such Klnn relief committee here. This Kotevolt, "to that it will be able to defend 'elslon was reached after several days ion by cable with the Its rlpbts if they are Invaded. I, self, have seen tbo plans or at least I'lilted States ambassador, Waller two empires now Involved In war to'HInes Pace, in London, and Minister capture our ureal cities and hold Henry Vandjke, In London, follow-thefor ransom because our stand- - lK the perfection of a complete with the I.nn-- I Inn army Is too weak to protect them. working American committee. From Holn have Been deliberate plans prepar-I'loed to take both San Francisco and terdam the cargo of food will be York and bold them for ran- - trlbuted by means of effective that would cripple our country Kunlzations Just completed, and give funds to the enemy for car- mx rcr t em i.oans i!ni? (in wnr" (Obtainable on Farm. Itanch or City OoiitlnuliiK. the former President 'Property. To Improve, Purchase or , Hni,i. incumhruucc; Liberal up- "I hope the time will come when 'tlons; 5 ytars before making pay this country will provide that every ment on principal, etc, Kor the propman may have to practice In and some military training. osition address: Assets Dcpt., at 1410 4 It Is also my earnest hope that we lluscli Uldg., Dallas, Tex., or First National Hank liulldlng. i. hall finally achieve international (status by which there shall be a Denver, Colo. poste comitatus, when we can com- bine to coerce any recalcitrant Pow- - ,,,"' 1Mu '"'renting Your rough, er, but we have seen the utter worth- - j A sllphl coufih often becomes of scraps or paper and other ous, Lungs net conec.sM.-d- , Hronchlal treaties that may be swept aside like Tubes fill with mucous. Your vital-duon a windy street. A fight never Ity Is reduced. You need Dr. Mcll's It soothes your lt was won by parrying. You've got to and not hit soft. The American rltated air passages, loosens mucous people owe it to themselves to make (and makes your system resist Colds. Dr. Give (he Haby and children their hand safeguard their head." It's guaranCol. Itoosevelt did not make any Dell's further reference lo his statement teed to help them. Only 25c. at your icgarditig the plans of Kuropeun na- Druggist. tions to capture the seaports of this country, which he said he had seen, j Neither would he amplify the stateJ ment when seen later both here and &&v at Trenton. : 'wiSxZ-Pi-hi, llel-tlom dls-tlew is ' tKt-ium-inark-manshlp 22-A'- 2: ' st Ir-by. to place such u tnx measure) upon tho ulatute books, nnd by reason of such Injury It Is a political mistake Col. to even propose It. Boss. V(tl j J fij j Cliicngo, Oct. 30. William P. McCombs, chairman of the Democratic National committee, in a speech here last night declared that President linger C. Sullivan, Democratic candidate for the United Stntes senate. wits the cause of Mr. Wilson being president. Sullivan the speaker said, had been a Wilson supporter since a .luckson dny dinner In Washington in 1012.- - but that he had abided by the people's expression at the prl-- ! uiarlcs for Champ Clark. "It was not until early the fortieth ballot, when Mr. Sullivan told me he regarded Mr. Clark's nomination Impossible," said the speaker. "And he added that if he could not he nominated on the fortieth ballot ho would do what he could to turn l he Illinois delegation to Wilson. "Mr. Sullivan knew be could turn to another candidate and defeat Mr. Wilson. The fortieth ballot came. There were Wilson delegates that were wavering. There were delegates that I absolutely know were going to leave him. On the fortieth ballot, when Illinois was called, Koger Sullivan stood up nnd said: 'Illinois votes for Woodrow casts fifty-nin- o Wilson.' 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"Last winter when my little had croup I boy s.mmgTMm t w The readers of this paper will bo pleased to learn that there la at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, actinic directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the nystem, thereby destroying the foundation of the dls-- j. rase, and giving the patient strength by building' up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Bend for list of testimonials. Aadrtss: F. J. CHUNKY A CO. Toledo. O. Bold by all DrucKlsts. "(c. Take Hall's Family Tills for constipation. $190 RewardTsiM .'HHsLKssSlfc 'v'?o!lBBSBHP:''rVilHBBT -- WfcflK . 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The plan for placing war taxes upon the active business men of the United States Is arousing fierce opposition in all parts of the United if Slates, and protests after protests are reaching nieuibers of the United States Senate. If the revenues are insufficient, let the same congress which revised the Tariff revise the revision, so that ihe customs shall produce the revenNo a 1 More throughout; f ness, makes pulls-- I It up lo uiry lightdo- I f substitute. Highest I Received ItliBaU. Piria fCkkat. kUrca, 1912. light fully uppctlzlug m and wholesome. Remember Calumet is moderate in priee, highest 111 quality. ask your grocer ror m Calumet. Don't take a J I Awards WtrU't Fort Tool EipniUos, ue required. That Is the plain, prnctlcal nnd proper method to adopt to produce revenue for the support of the Government. The Democratic leaders can wH ipili, rAKINGPOWr nf ford to boldly and courageously meet the hltuutlon by wising their new Tariff bill to meet the now con-(Ions. Business Interests of the country have stood strain after strain during the past two years, but the limit lias been reached. Employers of labor have nobly nnd bravely endeavored to continue their operations under very adverse conditions, and with tbo dislocations occasioned by the European war they have enough difficulties to inoet unit oue of. the Government of the United j&ates levying now taxes upon them to tlio amount of $100,000,000 nnini- nlly. This proposed tax levy Is a blow j. tbo Interests of tbo laboring men 3 f the United Stutes, for tho employers of labor cannot bo placed under such an additional burden II (AHJMEj KTet baking ?0&y4 cr tl I Too iin't r(Jr. nowr woesmMti. lrBur Ciliuacl. ut If tI(-ct- I liUot I Ktfrt E CtloBtt a Kvae-ttici- BaBBSBWSSSBBaSBBBaBBBBBSMdSjaMBBSBSHSBBBsl iters vrbtlueit- - f it ti bfil rttuUta it itr lopcrlor It itiir nilk tod KJt. Pu't I It's Q got him a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I honestly believe It saved his life," writes Mrs. J. B. Cook, Indiana. Pa. "It cut the phlegm and relieved his coughing spells. I am most grateful for what this remedy has done for him." Por sale by all dealers. Kree-Trnd- e and American Karmcr. Passing of the Indian. A few months ago one of the most In the eight months ending with distinguished tribes of Indians pass- August, 1914, our Imports had ined out of existence. It merely Indi- creased $114,000,000 as compared cates the fact that In a phort while with tho corresponding eight months the native American will be no more. of the preceding year, While our ex Under the auspices of the War De- ports for tho eight months of 1914 partment moving pictures have been were 1204,000,000 less than for the taken of the Indian as he is today same period of the preceding year, and as nearly like he was in the The- - great bulk of this enormous Inearly days of the pioneer as possible. crease of Imports under the Free-Trad- e These pictures will be preserved In Tariff has fallen heavily upon order that future generations may American farmers. Free-Trad- e in aghave some Idea of how the original ricultural products has been a great Inhabitants of the United States benefit to the farmers of foreign looked. countries. How tho American farmer The American Indian may be said fared? To the extent that the people to no longer exist. A new man has of the United States consume the agtaken his place. When James Fenl-mor- e ricultural products of foreign counCooper penned his "Leather tries they do not consume tho agriStocking" stories ho pictured the In- cultural products of Us own country. dian In tho original. Ho outlined his A pint cup holds only a pint. It is characteristics as he was before com- one thing for an Amurican farmer munications with the white man pol- to fill that cup, and a totally differluted his nature. It was the graft, ent thing for a foreign farmer to fill the greed, the treachery and the fire- it. When the foreigners are sending water of the white man which ruin- their products to this country tho ed the Indian. American people are buying less of Inch by inch ho has retreated be- American farm products, and to that fore tho advance of civilization, un- extent American farm hands are betil now only a remnant of the noble ing put out of buHlne&u for the benflt race can be found. of foreigners. The thirteenth census of the UnitHow bus this worked under the ed States shows that of the 2U.r,C8a Free-TraUnderwood law In the persons classed as Indians only 5C.5 per cent nro full bloods. This means eleven mouths ending August 31, 191-1There was an Increase in the that but few more than half of the value of cattle hnpurts amounting Indians In the United States to $9, 000, BOO; an increase of corn are real Indians. It has been generalImports amounting lo $10,000,000; ly considered that many more Inan IncreaHe of $S,00a,00 in o.ats of dians could be found In this country. Imports; an Increase tjf $13,500,000 Because of Intermarriage and becauuo In hides and skins Imports; an Inof the Increasing death rate among crease in dairy products imports of tho red men, the race is gradually vegetagrowing extinct. Some have moved $30,500,000; an increase in ble ot nearly $f. 000,000; an lnr to Mexico and South America. Others wool of more have tried to llvo according to the rcreaso of than $30,000,000; an Increase in imtribal traditions and have failed. an inIn his original state the Indian ports of Wheal of $l,5t)0,000; crease of butter of $1,500,000; tin Inwas a man of noble qualities. He represented a far truer and better crease of egg Imports of $1,000,000. The total Imports ot foodstuffs In type of manhood than we have toand food animals crude conditio day. Ho may have been a savage, but $160,000,-00he was a savage with commendable was in round numbers which was an Increase of qualities .of honesty, of simplicity as comvnred with the cornnd of truth. Tho original American responding eight months ot 1913. must not bo judged by the type of Of foodstuffs, partly or wholly manutoday. The Indian Columbus found when factured, the imports amounted In ho discovered America thrived under 1914 to $181, 000.000, us against privation und occasional famines, $134,000,000 In tho eight months of yet with food and protection, educa- 1914. There is an Increase of nearly tion and other benefits of civiliza- $88,000,000 of Imports of articles tion he Is gradually disappearing and which could and should be produced by American farmers and sold to tho will soon bo absorbed entirely. race must pre- American consumers. In the same The Anglo-Saxo- n dominate. The Indian belongs to a period mentioned there was a devanished age. This Is the day of the crease in 1914 of exports of foodwhite man. The memory of the red stuffs lu crude condlton nnd food while lu exports of man will always be treasured in $15,000,000, In foodstuffs, partly or wholly manu"Tho Last of tho Mohicans," which Cooper pictured him at his factured, the decrense in 1911 amounted to more than $32,000,000. best. Thus the American fiirmer got It Our Oh n Food First. Characteristically a people of gen- coming and going. He sqhl less to the impulse, It Is natural wo American people and less also In forerous d should loud a listening ear to tho eign markets. Like a has cut Into tho sword Free-Trad- e appeal of starving Belclum. It Is natural that from our bouuty prosportly of tbo American fanner, de . 0, two-edge- Vanderlt Training School for Beys ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select group of boys. Write J. USE '?ls MMW ;XfX IssisssVssKl rVITSTHElMEY & fatWMlM If you are not familiar with Lippln- cott's you are doing yourself and tbo publishers an injustice. BATTS P LIV-VER- -L For catalogue and. information. Box A. 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He. ;K l If you wnnt n wwliis our late ktcatjluuu U'furo ' ' iiim-lihu- in the end to yim juirvluMi. """pfor write Owge, Mass." . Tte New Home Seeing MachJca Co., proceed to advocate the wearing of Without a divided WHAT THE SOUTH cotton. no ,)cim)crnl can hope to win In 1916. The people nre Take - Notice. mr)u.c to taw m tk i'ot.!t!c- determined to nstore the protective iimmmi SHOULD REMEMBER the mii.i.i) j ir- .-l '""ttr M KJ.. Wanted Wanted a home by n Jnrff nm, p,ve cm,,i0ylncl,t to Atll- ' bright little boy, seven years old, j erican lnbor. and n swe t little girl, five years old, C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor The Administration mid (lie Knriiier. Representing, as I do, n district In That It Pays To Support the Pol orphans. whoo father died without ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor life Insurance. Address "Orphan," wh'ch farming Is the principal Inicy of Keeping and Manufaccare Children's Home. dustry, I have been Impressed with Address all communications to Talk with C. P. KEOWX, Agent, the lnck of sympathy manifested by in all K"le Hartford Republican. turing Cotton at Home. means a State Mutual Life, of Worcester, the present administration to tho Mass. i3tf American farmer and all that NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS him vitally. Probably no legH Fnt.Kf rit fri dtflrlne tli pnpirrrnttn n new islation more grossly unjust nnd Thirty-eigh- t year's ago the farIMPORTANT NOTICE bCJwm mnn plT the tll mlilrrn In lunklnR tbr discriminative has ever been placed long sleeves mers of Iowa were burning big yelijr.wt. UnBanltri Lorain ami Notice K'c ner lln- - nnil f on our statute books than the low ears of corn for fuel. There derwood Tariff haw in its relation prr Unf tor r..h ii.l.lltl.innl Obltanrlm, Ilenilutlon n nl Curd ! Thinks U to the interests of the farmer. Sonic was no market for it. It would The Farm Agency of the Conpir Iter, mtratj In nilvnm . protection, though inadequate, has make meal, and meal would make tinental Fire Insurance Co Church .Nntlwn lor .ervlre" frw. lint othf , of this been left to the manufacturer, but bread. Hut wheat was also cheap, necessity is hnroh niltrtlf mmt. .V .?r line. no Hartford, Connecticut, formerly an will reclte no the farmer has been placed on mot roinrotinl.ii.lon icon; otltMlcn. basis with for- and there was no cpeclal demand represented by A. C Yeiser, has absolutely free-trad- e of a large eign countries that possess cheaper for corn for human food. Sonic Iowa rszs. lands, cheaper labor and, In some farmers did not gather their corn, been transferred to me. I Also Cvi.J3i1ecilo.ni satistransportation at least no more of it than they ac- - have the Agency for the Record from instances , cheaper he tually needed rates to our coastwise cities that for what small amount ling business in the following possesses. two-piec- e suits 01 siock mey Mini on naim. torn (I. KRIDAV, XOVKMHKK companies: Continental, Hart-- i Currency Hill was In Iowa sold When the Glass (i and 7 cents a for being considered, many of us Im- bushel. Those were hard years. The ford, Aetna, Phoenix, and Fidelity suits in a Hanking Committee to Belgium crushed to earth will rise portuned the "homesteaders" In many parts of includes include a system of rural credits the corn States live In dugouts. The undei writers, which again. legislation In this bill. We were will in all money and when the business written One trouble with politics Is that met with the reply thnt tho question bankers had little n loan was made It was at two per luwua in uiuu iiuuuiy. there Is too much politics in It. of farm loans was altogether too cent, per mouth, 24 per cent, per These are all old line Insurance great to Include in a general curren-renc- y vn.ir nnrllll-- fllnu.i vnnru tliuro irnrn Meanwhile the battle of the Aisne wo were assured that bill, but 'Iu -- II "u .Children's Union Suits those who agitated an Inflation of Companies. has turned into something else. a bill would be drafted satisfactory the currency to help the farmers I will be glad to have yOU call flOr nnd $1.00 Like the various European ruler, to farmers' organizations and pass- put. Some of the farmers voted for Ladies Union Suits 0T l Wl11 ed during the present session of such Inflation. Others refused to do t yOUr V ' flen. Villa Is irrevocably for peace. congress. .Notning ..as ever ,,cen home, for anything in the in .$1.00. l.f)0, Men's I'liion Suits A dove of peace will come home done to redeem the promise, and no the clouds rolled by, they waited ciiranrp IJnp to roost, provided it is given sufllci-e- relief has been afforded the farmer until me lactones ami suops caugut fiOl! Suits. Children's Two-Piectime. in the general currency law. In an up with E E BIRKHEAD, the corn fields, they waited to lower the cost effort will now unsuccessful until there were enough men to con- - ' The electlbnguesscrs Hartford Kv. fiOuaiid $1.00 Suits. of living for the benefit of those liv- sumo Ladies' Two-IMee- r come forward and explain how they the farmer's product. Then the nff. ,pi,nno v cc ing in cities, the farmer has been j num., uu. uu, happened to miss it. farmer came Into his own. led to shift for himself and. as Si. 00. Si'.SO, $.'.00 Men's Two Piece Suits.... The hated the abused doctrine ReSldePCS 'Phone, No. 41. es Belgium-doHe has notIackfor friends. usual, to bear the burden. of Protection filled the American All it needs is something to eat and been modest In his requests, but evshops with worklngmen, and the triliiK AVIntcr Oats In the South, The been ignored. place to call home. en these have a Washington, D. C, Nov. 8. Every workingmen bought the food pro- treatment accorded him has been unIf somechemlstwlll discover a warranted and unjust. He will ex- ducts coming from the farm. This southern farmer should grow enough if was reciprocity. There was no talk of oats to feed his work stock during way to make liquor out of cotton, press his resentment when the opceasing to plant corn. There was no at least a portion of the year. In the problem will be solved. portunity offers. Hon. Sam R. Sells, proposition made to reduce succeed- - addition to furnishing feed grain at Now that the election Is over we Congressman from Tennessee. ing corn crops one-halThese prop- - less cost than it can be purchased, can give our undivided attention to The Canal's Weak Spot. ositions are pending in the South In fallsown oats prevent the washing settling the European war. Now that all European countries regard to cotton and the cotton crop, of the soil by which much fertility When the American forces moved are so occupied with their individual The voters in the South have said is frequently lost. There Is still Into Vera Cruz that city had a mag- troubles and the troubles-o- f their be- - by their ballots that they didn't care time to sow winter oats In the Gulf' llgerent neighbors, It Is time for us If cotton were manufactured In Eu- - States, though this work should he nificent cathedral. It still stands.. to look after our own. rope, and as a consequence most of done at once if good results arc to Besides the watchful waiting, the Before the European war is over It has been manufactured in Europe, be obtained. According to specialists Mexican situation along the border the Panama Canal will no doubt be The moral of this is that the South- - of the United States Department of seems to call for a bulllt proof fence. called upon to play a part. From ern planter should begin to find out Agriculture, oats sown in the South-thit Is a good deal safer for him 'cm States during October or the Will not those A. B. C. peace mak- land to sea is an easy shift, and since ers be allowed any consideration the arena of war is reaching out the to have cotton mills in Alabama and first half of November may be than to have them at Man- - pected to produce at least twice the when it comes to placing the Noble navies of the powers must sooner or later come out of hiding and fight Chester, England. The cotton mills yield of grain obtained from spring peace prize? for supremacy of the sea. ought to all be In the South within 'seeding, a little nitrate of soda will help the which matures a week or ten days Tuesday's election was a veritable The Panama Canal Is' not yet an easy reach of the cotton fields. Then Winter grain may be sown on land aginst womans' suffrage. assured success. It has discovered business would be on a healthy basis. which produced a crop of cotton, fall growth, especially If the soil earlier than the Red Rustproof, and landslide usually It was defeated in Ohio, Missouri, drawbacks since the unofficial open- It ) wicked to talk about cutting out 'corn or cowpeas the past summer. If is not already well supplied with ni- grain. produces as much or more As the kernels of all these Nebraska, South Dakota and North ing. These will sooner or later be succeeding crops to increase the price this land has not already been plow-o- trogen from the growing of cowpeas f varieties are large, from 2 u 3 M, Dakota. remedied but from expert opinion It the crops on hand. That doctrine ed, it will be better to make the sur-an- d or some other legume. A top dress- bushels should be sown to the-- acre argument belong to China, not! face soil fine and loose with the ing of GO to 100 pounds of nitrate ThO smaller quantity Is sutliclenti If the Democrats have a majority will probably take some time to or drag harrow than to delay of soda applied when growth starts If the seed Is drilled early on of 23 in the House of Representa- make the canal a perfect route from In the United States. The use of cot-'diton is constantly Increasing. It has seeding by plowing now. Better In the spring will greatly Increase tives, It may also mean 23 for Presi- ocean to ocean. land, while 3 bushels or The most recent slide Into the been a few years since raw cot- - suits are obtained from sowing with the yield. dent Wilson in 191C. more are needed whn the sed Is sowu Culebra cut has already been clear ton sold at 5 cents a pound. The the drill than from broadcast rs The variety of winter oats most broadcast lat In the season. The wlu-te- r THE EJECTION IN OHIO COUNTV. ed away sufficiently to allow passage were able to get through ing, thouch IX drill Is not avail-thos- e commonly grown in the South Is Red Turf or Vlrglnl aGray u a very-hardOhio county polled a light vote to the fleet of rather small vessels periods. They can certainly able sowing the seed broadcast on Rustproof. Appier, Lawsou, Hundred variety which Is valuable for last Tuesday as will be seen from that were waiting for the trip In one survive present conditions. d j land usually results Bushel, Bancroft and Cook arc selec- pasture or hay production, but which the table, published elsewhere. The direction or the other, but it will be cot- - Jn a good stand. If the preceding Our advice to the Southern tions or strains of Red Rustproof does not yield as much grain In the people were not satisfied with either some time before the slide's damon producer is vote In the direction tcrop was well fertilized, 100 to 200 which nre said to bo particularly Southern States as the Red Rustcandidate at the head of the Demo- age can be entirely overcome and of industrial independence, vote for pounds of acid phosphate will be all In some localities. The proof, Oil acroiiiit of the small size-ocratic and Republican tickets. Sev- anything like a full depth of water the cotton factory at home; and then 'that the oats require this fall, though valuable Is a promising new variety the Wilels, only Pi liuthels ol eral hundrPd Republicans remained for large vessels can be provided. seed of this variety are reiulriiL home rattier (hun. vote for Will-uput The greater trouble Is that the and DemocititH who tiul V"C jnost expert engineer, not even Col. ltoi.hport llluli liefeiit. Mrllcnry. Hcratched Ileckhnm in large numbers. Goethals hlmiiHf, can say when Otherwise his plurality in the county Rockport. Ky Nov. 4.-- - In one slide may happen. Some day would have been several hundred For U. S.Sii'Atbr" of the hottest games ever played on Kor V S. Senator the.so slides may exhaust themselves, I'nngrcHS. 'rem. of 98. Seven years ago Wlllson hut as long as the laud slides Into the local dbimond Rockport wollop--- d Unexpired Term !' .ojS . Mellenry at the (Ireen River ball carried the county over linger by the canal the work in the cut must V. Wi . park Tuesday afternoon. Antagonism d near 700. Ball, the Republican nom- be done over nnd over ngain. between the rival teams Intensified inee for Congress suffered because of If this country was at war and it PRECINCTS. vWlllson, but the result shows that ho was imperative to transfer a Meet of the feeling and from start to finish . c the game was played fast mid furiwas.dcl"eated by only 2 votes. Reports warships from one side of tho conously. Mellenry was outclassed by Blve his own enmity to Johnson by tinent to tho other, it would 1)0 the local boys but the visitors did p 45 Plurality. TIl'.TC lio, embarrassing if a slide pre9 doubt. 99 11 97 East-Hart. .; . . i" U9 99 6 Tin 10 97 6 10 some mighty good work and made ,.0st heavily on account of being vented pasf-age-, arid the fleet linG to 101 12 11 93 . 10i 100 ..n 7 S 10 101 West Hartford 99 10 some excellent plays. It was all D 78 92 handicapped by Willson's candidacy. wait until Uie channel could "again 2 90 6 81 v... 3 4 87 85 Iledu 3 Rockport could do to score and tills 6 95 county Republican major- bo clOrtVeiL 102 2 Sp'rih'Ss 100 3 2 97 92 3 101 Sulphur The Ohio 2 occurred In thef irst inning when t) Tliw-'- e 1 25 fcll'dcs 2C. are going to be Magali 0 26 . .' ity Is still here and will show up all 20 24 0 2S 0 0 McDougal scored on a fly. The vis71 67 fi 2 12 54 73 54 3 8 75 right when men are nominated who I mt,t' und more, serious affairs, for CromMvoll 2 itors from that time on revised to :n 1 50 2 38 1 0 41 39 1 0 41 the reason that the business of the Cortl Springs are In sympathy with the people. even let Rockport In approach U7 8 any66 36 4 12 68 37 69 3 12 canal Is. Increasing faster than North Rock port . . 12 KI.KITWX UKSri.TB. speaking distance of a score. Rock36- body dreamed It would. In less than 3 68 3 11 1 71 37 10 37 11 port retaliated by shutting Mellenry Last Tuesday's election us far as eight weeks from Us opening almost South Rockport '.ii 5 52 0 (I 31 0 5 53 (i 33 Select . .. .' 50 Kentucky is concerned was no surout without a score. The only feature '63 100 vessels passed through the ca6 0 38 3C 59 6 6 Horse Dranch 0 0' 59 36 to mar an otherwise perfect game prise to those who had gaged the '53 paying tolls for the privilege. 3 21 103 52 111 3 20 59 109 16 Rosiue 3 temper of the people. Tho Repub- nal, occurred in tho last liming when '91 seven weeks of Its operG 84 In less than 13 89 84 4 91 2 87 12 12 Pitcher licans threw away their opportunity ation the canal collected $369,000 of East Heaver Dam Parrott of the Mellenry 8 S2 77 55 79 8 76 81 53 7 78 West neaver Dam 52 by the nomination of A. E. Willson team was truck by a pitched ball. He This Ib at a rate considerably 31 tolls. 39 75 21 36 .,7 35 21 McIIenry 19 70 35 72 was tunned for a few moments but on the ticket nnd albo threw away 14 104 above $2,!i00,000 a year. It may bo 62 12 103 11 62 12 106 10 62 Ccntertown 12 w:ih the election of u Congressman in tho confidently expected, therefore, that otherwise uninjured. Unlike ' 0 47 17 1 48 0 1 1 17 46 17 0 former games no useless and bome-tlnithird and sixth districts. Tho result with normal conditions restored In Smallhous GS 1 5 1 5 123 54 122 66 5 1 Kordsvllle 122 East will help tho party. It will admon senseless arguments, wore In 1 80 2 1 93 1 the world of trade tho canal will en77 1 93 93 78 West Kordsvllle I dulged In, each side abiding by um ish thoso who scheme to bring about i 1 43 ter at onco upon a career of trade Actnavllle 0 1 22 43 0 23 0 45 22 0 i.y queswouao.e pire Reid's decisions. nominations ,)(J no leB8 ch w 1 5G 50 64 0 . .'. 0 57 0 0 60 61 0 Shrove ods. that the day Is forever l'Jt recon, f Olaton The feature of the ganro was the 1 0 thaa wa8 tho 47 51 47 1 49 45 50 0 when the voter will swallow any playing of Arthur Everly, who ac ,t Jmd jKen (,of. Duford (.inu, 1 1 73 34 2 69 1 .' 2 33 60 37 3 thing because It happens to be n- cepted several dilllcult chances witha8 a practicable 1 65 45 4C 3 56 1 3 0 55 48 3 llartletts the party emblem It perpetua ., der out an error. ecomimcaI trae Pouto. 0 64 39 0 55 0 0 .0 37 56 37 0 Hefllu - , Enn ,B ,. ,. ,. ly shelves A. E. Wlllhon and will Innings 12 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 R "wm tl II HIT II I IT .W lit 111 V .J W 4 0 24 19 . 0 24 21 29 0 19 2 0 Ceralvo give tho Republican parly a cliunce Mellenry .. . 0 0000000 0 0 standstill damages to the Point Pleabant.'i almost ut it 32 0 10 7 29 0 21 0 30 7 20 8 to get together on a ticket ol good Rockport .. . 10000000 0 1 canal can bo repaired. Commercial 1 64 05 0 60 63 0 0 0 Narrows 0, CO 65 men and redeem the Stuto next year Appeal. 1 68 0 58 28 1 28 0 0 62 30 Rulph 2 In the election of State olflcors. Over Take - Notice. 3 38 19 37 32 3 33 19 3 31 31 TaUe. Notice. 19 Prentiss country tho reulls are a great the Wanted Ry n widow with fl'vo 0 35 15 2 35 0 14 Hy u man in ill health 0 34 2 15 . 2 Wanted Herbcit Republican victory, notwithstanding 1 small children, food and rnlmuit. I'n-t- ll !l 20 1 32 20 1 32 3 22 30 3 the Progressive vote which has no "any old kind" of life insurance that Arnold 9 recently was supported by hus1 27 I aO 10 20 31 10 I 20 protection to his family 31 Render doubt kept both hoiibc of Congress, pill olfer band, who has died without life in1 14 27 39 39 25 1 13 28 I 38 12 Simmons remill is u distinct repudiation after his death, which will occur The surance. Addi-i.s"A," caro "Negof thu WIUoii policies and uiuy ue- - won. Add row "Procrustlnutor," lected." 1807 1S09 ISO .300 I860 IS33 his d of cut l. .i Re- - omul the Corner. Total 119 290 1859 IS57 110 iorcant 293 Talk with ('. P. KICOWNTAgont, Tall; wltii C P KKOWN', Agent, 98 27 PluraPt'.-- s p,".i.n In J 11 (I. It Is tiNn i. m..!. State Mutual Life, of Worcester, ,i . iu ujl j.!4-b slightly changed by tho official count. !. the Protrcsi.. ; ,, oi Worctstcr, Th-.Inures aiay ttra'fd ! rt. . HnrA iclcntlal election. Kepumican. i)nepubltcnn pary UNDERWEAR November change undergarments. M ' our con-ccrn- fl Heavier Underwear and ankle lengths must As necessarily be, worn by everybody. overlooked by human with ! Understock Store, we have which anyone may make a wear factory selection. We have please you. and union range of prices and qualities that ?' m '00 nt o ii Remember the cold begins we can supply your deficiency. f. E. P. BARNES & BRO., Beaver Dam, Kentucky. at , t. sk we!.'-prepar- re-on- ly seed-plante- Ful-ghu- m f n, an-oth- er Tuesday's Vote in I Ohio County. A) 51-u- ford .... . '..... -- ,, .,,,. es ,,,,,.,, 10 Ar-cura- t cutavt &un.. until the n- - . . t -- ; , i 13tt Muss. J3tf tinv fWlii'nn'l f' I! I liavo received my new canned goods. B. 1 MOORE. 10t2. Mr. Dee French, Lagrange, Is in nttendnnce nl court. DISCUSS METHODS TO PROTECT GAME! Mr. Hlse Conditt, who Is in the Internnl Revenue Service, nt Owens-horpaid tlio olllce nn appreciated call while litre Wednesday. n, Winter s Coming And you'll certainly need sumo of tlio articles of Ladies' and Gent'n Furni.-hing-s which we carry in stock and sell at the lowest prices?. 'Many i Speakers Address The PILE OF STYLE We s2 are now prepared to show you the best selected line of Fall Suits and Overcoats to be found in our stock but the newest fabrics and latest styles. Our prices on these goods, which are absolutely guaranteed to be as sold to you, run from $10.00 to $25.00 per Suit. We can fit the stout man, the slim man, the rich man and the poor man. Don't forget this and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. I&xii,-GoI Wart ford Republican. FRIDAY, XOVKMHEK M, H. .V , O. Get Paul Woodward's prices on Roofing and all kinds of Building ' 12tf Material. Anything in the Furniture line can be had at Acton Bros., Hartford, Ky. 16t2 K. Don't forget that good cup coffee L. A N. time card effective Monday and tea Chase &. Sanborn at Iler Aug. 21st. r"& Black's. No. 112 North Hound due 7:19 a. m". dally except Sunday. daily except Sunday. ItiKH & BLACK. due k:4G a. in. CruRh(fdlTom"iny,"lake Hominy, dally except Sunday. at Peaches Prunes, Evaporated No. 113 South Hound due 1:10 p. tti. Moore's Meat Market. 10t2 daily except Sunday. A Woman to keep house Wanted H. E. MISOHKE. Agt. for a family of three. Apply to It. A. ANDERSON, Hartford, Ky. Swan Hats. Mr. .loliii T. Moore""Treasurer for Hl'R CLOTHING CO. the Bond Tie Co., Elizabethtown, Is Mis. A. C. Vieser is visiting rela-llvr- n the guest of relatives In town. in Kvansville. Yes, we have Just received that new line of I.owney's Candles, In Hon Brand Worlc Shoes. ILER & BLACK. boxes. HUH CLOTHING CO. The Juniors of Hartford High i. Attorney Krnest Weed ward is in A Indianapolis on legal business. School gave a surprise party to Mr. A. B. Klrschbaum $15 and ?20 Gilmore Keown Saturday night. HUB CLOTHING CO. Suits. At Dr. Bean's Opera House there new Breakfast Foods will be extra good shows with 3 reels All kinds Friday night and Saturday night. ILER & BLACK. iJust in. Jumbo PIcMcs, and don't forget Four school girl boardWanted the moist Mlnco Meat that good MRS. A. K. ANDERSON. ers. kind at Moore's Meat Market. 1G12 ""., American Wire Fence none beMonMrs. ttercall on U. S. Carson, Hartford. day for Laura Stevens will leave will Buriislde, Ky., where she Louls-D- r. Dr. J. sTBean andfamily, visit Rev. Chester Stevens and famL. B. Bean, several days this ily. week. Bring your dry corn to W. E. Ellis, Ladles Blue and New loTof on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and Brown Coat Suits. have it mado into meal whllo you HUB CLOTHING CO. 10t4 wait. Mr. Jnmes D. Ford, of Bowling When you call central, ring 'phono here last friends Green, visited No. 23, and have your grocery order week. ACTON., filled. Born to" Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Riley lCt2 Hartford, Ky. girl. Lewis Is all d n fine Prof. W. R. Hedrlckhas Bono to smiles. St. Louis whero ho will tako treatMr. J. "H.A"nibrose7Mt. Morlah, ment at a hospital for stomach called to see us while in town yes- trouble. No. 110 South Bound ! ten-poun- Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. No. 114 North Bound due 2:20 p. m. canned goods for tho winter. We have Just received our new In Fall Planned. Glenn and Mr. Jnmes Glenn spent the day In Owensboro Saturday. Miss Sophia Woerner litis resignVarious methods of protecting ed her position as stenographer In Kentucky game fowls, discussed hy the Clerk's olllce and has accepted a several n hunters, and the position with Sheriff S. O. Keown. completion of plans for a big dinner The Ohio County Singing Conven- featured tho meeting of the Kention will he held nt IScdu the nth tucky Fish and Game Association at 213 West Sunday In November. Walnut All singing Liberty Hall, speakers were S. Thruston Ballard, classes Atvltcri. Judge Samuel H. Klrby and Col. 13. C. DAI HI), Ch'in'ii. Thomas Butnian. The new Methodist church Is near-ItMr. Ballnrd became a member of completion, and is much admired the association Inst night. In his hy everyone. It will prohahly he tnlk he said "he was going Into ready for use hy the first Sunday In game bird rnlslng in the right wny." December. lie has numerous game fowl at his An Interesting protracted meet- homo on the River Road. His bird ing Is In progress nt the Christian farm, he declared, was under the church conducted hy I3ld. Gwliui. care of an Englishman who has spent Everybody Is Invited to attend these his life in the study of services. Discussing tho passing of some species of the gnmo fowl, Judge Mr. J. W. Robertson has sold his farm on the Heaver Dam pike two Klrby, himself an ardent hunter, miles from town to Mr. H. W. Itlal. said: "The duck Is slowly but sureand has purchased u residence In ly passing. This is due to our farmer, who has placed, InHartford on Clay street. stead of the old wormwood fence, a The dwelling on the Franklin Wal- neat wire fence around his farm. lace farm In the III;; Hend was de- This, deprives tho duck of his cover. stroyed by fire last Saturday. Very Hut It Is not too late to save our little of the contents was saved. This American quail." house was one of the old laud marks He suggested fencing off a certain in that vicinity. number of acres of farm land where The first number of the Hartford brush and thicket grow In abundCollege Lyceum Course will be given ance and here, he said, the quail will at the school building tonight in the find his protection. Similar suggesform of a lecture. The Panama Canal tions and a talk that proved highly will be the subject and will he il- Interesting to the members of the nsslclatlou was made by Col. Batlustrated with 200 views. Furniture For Sale One good man. The work of the Kentucky Game sideboard and one good, large wardand Fish Commission In restocking robe. Both In good condition and will he sold at a big bargain. Can be ex- woods, fields and streams, and the game wardens, were amined at Hartford, Ky., at my moth- vigilance of the praised by the speakers. er's residence. For price address, A big banquet will be held some J. NEY FOSTER, time this fall by tho association if Philipp, Miss. 4t plans made last night are carried The many friends of Mr! and Mrs. out. Col. Batman in his talk said George Lewis, formerly residents of the banquet would do much toward Hartford, were grieved to learn of assisting the work of the association. their sad misfortune in the loss of There will be good speakers to delivtheir only child at San Antonio, Tex., er addresses and an elaborate bill last week. An automobile ran over of fare. boy killing him their Notice Instantly. We have not learned the I now have my new feed and meal details. installed and will grind on The lecture, first number of the mill Saturdays until sufficiCollege Lyceum Course, at Hartford ent freezes take the sap out of the College Hall tonight will be both inevery day. teresting and educational. 200 views corn, when I will grind Can make either bolted or unbolted will be given as illustrations. The great slides In the canal at this time meal. Can also make any kind of feed your wheat make this subject very appropriate. out of corn, or can grind Into feedstuff. Hear about tho greatest engineering W. E. ELLIS, feat of tho alios. Hartford, Ky. 10t4 Mr. vnrHnmilton7of GreenvOsteopath. ille-, and Harry Goodman, of Dr. Claude Wilson, of Central City, were examined at. the Hartford bar last week, and each was has opened his otflce again in Comgranted llcenso to practice law In mercial Hotel, Hartford, Ky. Olllce this Commonwealth. The board of days, Mondays and Thursdays each by the week. Hours 7 a. in. to 12 noon. 17tf examiners, as designated Court, follows: Ernest Woodward, Killed Hy Passenger Train. Ben I). Rlngo. II. P. Tnylor. J. S. Monday about 1:10 p. m. Will Glenn, A. D. Kirk. M. L. Heavrln, Willis, colored, was killed near the W. IL Barnes, McDowell Fogle, C. L. & N. depot by tho West bound E. Smith mid Otto Martin. passenger train. Willis and a companion were hurrying ahead of the train to reach tho depot In order to get aboard. When near the switch Just West of Clay street ho stepped in front of the train which had been sounding the alarm whistle, but Willis became excited and evidently thought ho was crossing to the side track, but instead got on the main line. His body was cut In two and otherwise terribly mangled. Death well-knowu: hird-ralsln- g. to ld Mor-gantow- n, Mr. and Mrs. II. 13. Leo Slmnicr-maMrs. J. S. Ulcmi, Miss l.elln n, State Association; Banquet Our Line of Shoes For Men, Women and Childien cannot be excelled. Same way with Clothing, Coat Suits, Outfits for the boys and Underwear. We cairy a general line of NKW goods', right from tho market, and you'll find the price no abstruction to the purchaser. Let Us Show You bo started a new accommodation see it. You're always welcome. Whether you want to purchase or not, and you'll treated with the same consideration. We've free come and HUB CLOTHING CO. HARTFORD, KY. i 3B PAUL WOODWARD HARTFORD, KY. 1! m oi General Contractor and Builder Denier In Light Huilding MatcrlaN. Can save you money on Cement, Plastering, Roofing and in fact, everything vtlilch goet Into a modern building. Concrete Silos.SEE HLM 11EFORE MAKING YOUR PLANS. - dlanapolls, tells of her death which was sudden. She had been up and about the house for seveVal hours, although not In good health. Later she was found lying on her bed lifeless. She was a splendid woman, loved by all who knew her. My For Sale. library, consisting of The Century Dictionary, ten volums; Stoddard's Travel Lectures, fifteen vol. Farms For Sale. Large and small farms at a barumes; The New Students' Reference ELI WESLEY, Agt.. Work, five volumes; History of the gain. Hartford, Ky. Nineteenth Century, and many oth- Cumberland 'phone. ers all in good condition. Also a Stevens double barrel shotgun, good as new. Also, my carpenter tools, full set. 12tf. W. R. HEDRICK, Hartford, Ky. m Edison today can teach many college professors many things. Scientists tell us that the age of electricity has only begun. Still when we reflect that the Incandescent light was Invented less than a generation ago and look about upon the multitudinous uses to which electricity is applied it will have to bo admitted that miracles have been accom GUNS! W GUNS! ..' New Goods. Crushed Hominy, Snowflake Hominy, Hominy Grits, Currants, Raisins, Citron and Sweet Pickles Jumbo, too. ILER & BLACK. An Age of Just I I carry in stock a large Electricity. Thirty-fiv- e years ago today, Thomline of as Alva Edison gave to the world the Incandescent electiic light. Shot Guns, Rifles, Target Guns, Prior to that time oil lamps and caudles were used for Illuminating A nmunilion, Shells, Etc. purposes. Today the world could not well get along without elctriclty. We live in an electrical age. Wo cook by electricity, read by electricity, heat our houses, ride In motors propelled by electricity. Transportation facilities depend upon the Invisible current. Great cars and trucks are operated by electricity, mills and manufactories are run by electricity. There are so many uses to which electricity Is applied it is almost impossible to mention them. It may bo said that Edison has revolutionized the world's lighting .system. He has also affected radical changes in industries and in arts. For instance, the Introduction of the Incandescent entirely changed tho technique of the drama. In tho span of a single generation we have come not only to tho development of the incandescent lectrtc light globe but to the application of electrical energy to purpose of every description. Edison, before ho became famous, was a telegraph operator In the City of Memphis. Ho was regarded at that time as a crank. Others believed that he was mentally unbalanced. He was merely a dreamer of dreams and each with dream picture was outlined electricity. He was in thoso days a man of moods. He used to sit In the old Luehrmann Hotel with a stein of beer before him and a newspaper. Ho talked but little and with but few people. Possibly Henry Luehrmuim tho elder know him better than most people and It was to him ho confided his ideas of the incandescent. When tho first llttlo globo mado a brighter era In Its appearanco lighting dawned. This was but tho forerunner of still greater achieve-- . moults. It marked tha beginning. In thlrty-flv- o years Edison has losorv- wily won tho distinction of beluu tha wizard of tho electrical world. He hud no colltee iJucaiiou, yet And respectfully request-you-tcall and see tho largest and best line of Shot Guns, Rifles, Ammunition, &c., ever brought to Hartford. Goods tho best and prices tho lowest. resulted Instantly. U. S. CARSON Groceryman HARTFORD. KY. Coroner A. B. Riley held an Inquest, the Jury returning a verdict of accidental deaths Willis had long been an employe of the Bond Tie Co., and his home was at Ellzabethtown where his remains were sent Monday afternoon. The Texas Wonder cures kidney an bladder 'troubles, dissolves gravel, cures dltbetes, weak tnd lame backs, rheumatism, and all Irregularities of tho kidneys and bladder la both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles lu children .If not sold by your druggist, will Eend by mall on receipt of $1.00. One small bottlo is two months' treatment, and seldom falls to perfect a cure. Send for from this uud other states. Dr. E. W. Hall. 212B OUve Streot. St. Louis. Mo. Sold by druggists. 30ty Death of Fornier Ohio Co. Woman. Jiulgo R. R. Wedding has been notified of tho death of Mrs. A. M. Olnoy at Lindsay, Cal., on Monday Oct. 2C. Mrs. Olnoy was formally Mrs. Ezell and was born and reared in Ohio county, but went to Cali fornia many year ago after tho doath of her flrht husband whoro she married Mr. Olney. Sho was the mothor tho former wlfo of Jiulgo Welding, and was related to many people In this county. A letter to C. C. WpJ-dliione of her trand son?, at In- g, Our Feed Wins "a"texas "wonder. J .AIR. ROY MASON. terday. Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes and Onions yes, Turnips. ILER & BLACK. Marshal" May, of" Fort Worth, Mr. Tox., is the guest of his parents, Mr. tid Mrs. Stcvo May. Tho Methodlstladles of Section two gave a social nt tho residence of Mrs. Holbrook Saturday night. We hnvnrn!co"llno of Ranges, Jbook Stoves, Oil Stoves and Heaters. Call and tnke a peep. Cabbage," ACTON BROS., " 10t2 Hartford, Ky. Mr. Mason Is the author of "Twilight Thoughts," a little book of poems recently issued from the Republican Job plant. The young poet Is also talented In tho art lino .the Illustration on tho front cover oC the hook being drawn by him. Tho work Is a credit to tho young poet and his verses will bo read hy many Mr. Mason Is the son of Mr. and Don't miss the lecture on the. Pana- Mrs. S. T Mason of Beaver Dain, and ma Canal at College Hall this even- for tho last two years has been a ing, under tho auspices of Hartford student of Georgetown College. He Col I eg. was recently ordained as a minister Hon. Asr"BeTiiiettLoulsvllle, of tho Baptist church. and Hon. G. B. Likens, Frankfort, Tako - Not ire. were hero to ntend tho election Tuesday. Reward A liberal reward lsoffer-o- d hy mi Invalid for tho restoration The class room of the Hsraca Class of tho Baptist Sunday school U boiug of a policy which ho lapsed whllo In onlnrgod and rcipalrud mid upon com- good health. Address "Shortsighted," pletion of tho work tha room will No. 13 Short Street. present an Inviting uppMi-anco- . The Talk with C. P. KEOWN, Acent, repairing Is being dono under tin state Mutual Life, of Worcester, supervision of Mr. Henry Nail. 13tf Mass. friends whenever it's used, because it's pure, wholesome and nourishing. Ordinary Feed contains n large percentage of dirt and foreign matter, which is injurious to the health of anlnntls. Use our Feed and your stock will bo strong and thrive Our prices for Feed lu prime conditlouaro low enough to please. W. E. ELLIS HARTFORD, The Produce Merchant - KENTUCKY THE STORY OF THE IRON CROSS lng, indicating that they had not hcon awarded for services against the enemy. Hear in Tablets not only move the bowels hut FREE I 5 FREE HOTEL Important. mind Hint Chamberlain's! For '$ Ns IDliectory Ceunty Cliio TOWHATM How the Coveted Decoration Came Into Being A !f digestion. t. S. Xlt St Si! MT0!i D.C. .LOFAMERiCANl Democratic Cuanintlnes t'tiloit Stork YnriN Distinction. It is reported Hint already 3S.O0O German soldiers have received the countrymen. Iron Cross for conspicuous pnllantry in the field. This Herman decorn- ;; Three I 'ulumes lion, which is similar In design to England's Victoria Cross, Is said to This man caused the last be cast out of guns captured in war, of Agriculture: general European war. cat- .'WrsiJiJlTi'r-'-uiiiJr- . "llecause of the danger that nnrt In this cnniipptlon It curries its ' Infected with the foul and mouth His pergonal memoir;, written lwemblance to tho latter decoration I)e by his secretary, Harun a little further. Inasmuch as It Is disease mny have pi,fed through Meneval, arc full of the nitt The Tcmhalan i teffncil, said that the Victoria Cross is made them, the I'nlon StocK Yards in Chi t and rctllul lit absorbing incidents, especially r; out of guns captured in the Crimea. cago have been quarantined by the location en retinbania secretary of agriculture Immediate-- 1 view of the present urer.t huro-pea- n Avcn.ir, 18th ami It birrets. The Prussian order was instituted on tnaku it a deiiiaMc lieailquar-leiRuid Enginwr, llartrord. struggle. (or Lrulal, couptef, tourist March 10, ISIS, by Frederick Wil- ly. iartie, convention;. Schools and Just a hundred tears apo, his ambi"I'nder the pro.'liton of this quarJL'STICES- - COLRTS. liam III. Its inception was due to , lolleces. tion bathed the Continent in a ca of D. Gxiclsenau, who In 1 S 1 1 proposed to antine, no cattle, slurp or a wine can The Powhatan the alttacts blood. France alone, iinder hi leaderEd. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday lift- people of culture and iducation. Attorney the king a general rising against be moved from tin stock yards in Law ship, fought Germany, Rtina, .AumxIi. er ju .Moi.iiay in .Maa'ii, ruesday aftIts proximity to blate. War and Italy, and Great Britain and iion. to man? Naw Uepatimenti'. Napoleon, and suggested that all men Interstate or foreign commerce, ex- -' er iJd Monday In June, Tuesday aftKY. HARTFORD, ol historical it tcreft, jcinu er ad Monday in September, Tues-(l- a who served with distinction In the'eept for tne purpose oi liinneniaic makes this hotel riiecialy at I'M Momlay ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. I IK AVIUM a disctirrinating pubporm-tIssued in December. after iticliic to field should be decorated with a j slaughter and under lic. j L. A. McDanlel, lrld.i black and white scarf or a national by federal Inspectors. In such cjs-This office Is eipilpped for handThe Powhatan cfTerj roens after 3d Monda In March, Frldiii" with detached bath at SI. 50, cockade. The klnc. however, favor-- 1 they must be transported in sealed after ud Moiwlay In June, Friday ling Commercial Law ami Collectloo Keo-n- s Hyspccialarrangemcnt with ihc pubJ2.C0 and up. with r placarded For immediate Cd an emblem in the shape of two i cars In ate bath, J2.50. Si. CO acd up. Seiitembvr, Items us well as other legal and litiaftir oil Moiii!a lishers of COLLIER'S, rhc Nation... Friday after i!d Monday la Write for locket uith ruarn Weekly, we ate enabled to offer a In. pieces of black and white ribbon sew- - slaughter.' The stock In these cars gated matters. Practice In all Hie c ited number of these ci CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. od in the form of a cross on the can only be unloaded into reserve courts. Prompt and vigorous service. S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday of the Memoirs of Napoleon free t'i Maraetr. pens, which have been designated M. L. Heavrlirs Office. breast pf the coat. a ear's Milwnption to Collier's an' after 3d Monday In .March,, r( for this purpose by the chief of the Instituted In tSl.'i. this paper. Thcoffcr isMnctly liinittil after id Moiidiiy In June, to get advantage of it you must act Wiliiesdn after 3d MoKday In SepThe designs against Nnpoleon did Bureau of Animal Industry. Shipnihilihil tin or MVH promptly. tember. Wednesday alter 3d Mon- IT WAiii:sriiTniN not nature until after Moscow In ments of stock into the yards from I'ruiiiwpll, hr Until. el Kj day In December. 1S13. and in that year the Order of uninfected areas must he unloaded Sherlock Holmes Stories S3SSiSCiXSaSSBXamum3BiiMSiaiVe It. C. Tiehenor, Centertown, SatSTRATT0N & MARTIN fi urday the Iron Cross was instituted, as It through cleaned and disinfected Exclusively in Collier's after 3rd Monday in tacli HAVE VOIR SUITS was thought that a decoration of me-t- docks and alleyways under the Attornoys nt Law month. All ihe SherliHrV. Holmes Henri rutli'heJ Jn 1915 will be printed exctu itelr in Ccltltr f. w of the federal officials, On would be more suitable. Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday CROMWELL, - KY. The Lat minute p'ctute cf be .after "d Monday In .March, Tuesday March, 1S13, the King of Prusssla when reloaded the stock must appear oeryweeL in the rtceuit . ect'on cf Coll cr'i. 'after -- d Monday In May, Tuesday Will practice their iirofts.tm In Uil placed in cleaned and disinfected decreed that "In the present critical The (int tfniort written h,H appear eahnerl. after 3d Monday In August, Tues- - and djolulng counties. Collections, ntate of affairs on which depends ears and the cars officially sealed. fn itutt ttory and ferial firm. JKlay after I'd Monday In Noveiiiber. Commercial and Criminal Practice iv Mark Sullivan' timely Tutorial and Jtly "Up to the present time no case j everything for the country, the W. S. Dean, Dundee, quoted Com menu vn lutcrctf wiUcuaiLnc to te DyePrompt and vlgorouo-servlce- brave spirit which the nation has so of foot and mouth diseases have after tho second Monday In Specialty. an rXtIuWe feature. ,, Notary In office. March, Wednesday after 'M Monday found in the Union yards, but grandly shown deserves to be hon- been ing Special Offer to ourReaders Wednesday after 3d Monday , in May, ored and to be commemorated by there is some reason to believe that given in August, Wednesday after 3d MonLadies paper at.d COM IT. 5. lie Your on stock may have passed aome special form of recognition. Infected m tth the three ttlurrt National VeeU, loethct day in November. u set ft r ttif of Nipoleon Mencits all vi ilWc We have therefore resolved speclal-J- y through." lien F. Rice, Fondsvlllo. Tuesday I price of Collier alme, plu uc !q rewrite tit 2d cf packint and ihlpptnc the Meinc.i. March, Thurs-jdato distinguish the merit which in Hats Cleaned and I afterafter Monday In In May, Thurs y I AM L'd .Monday i Send your order to tl.it crfice no. If cu are Chicago, III., October 31. The the war now about to break out shall ahead a ubcriber, jour ntrcriptiui u beti day alter I'd .Monday In August, Repaired. tended for one ) eat from u present date i f expiratuo. be displayed, either In actual fight quarantine placed on cattle and To do any kind of VeterinaThursday after I'd Monday In Nocomhlnailcn Work called vember. Jjith tljf enemy or In the field or at sheep at the Union Stock Yards by COLLIER'S $2.50f5pecUl ifiiludlnr tie ry work. Horses, mules ami price, J .,.. Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftHartford i.,r, sow i. home, In connection with the greal the government today as a precaucows need not die for want of iMemoiif.pcMpi d- "Y)A.t..1.1l...M er 2d .Monday In March, Friday after litriiuuu van independbecause of the prevalence of the struggle for freedom and tion Calls answered 2d Monday in May, Friday after 3d attention. Club $1.00 ence, and after this war not again foot and mouth disease in Southern Monday In August, Friday after 2d day or niht. recog- Michigan and Northern Indiana, afto bestow this special form of Monday in November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. fects only about 10 per cent of the nition." TmA nl O. C. .Martin. Judgo: McDowell A. receipts and is for ten days only, ac- - i Revived for 1870. Hartford Pressing Glill), Veterinary Surgeon Fogle, City Attorney; J. 1 Stevens, By virtue of this decree the Iron cording to W. J. O'Connor, assist.Marshal; Court convenes second MonKy. Hurtforcl. GUXTHKK HM)C!.,CKNTKK ST. Cross of two classes and a Grand ant general manager of the stock day In each month. promptly obtained In I and S or uo lee. vte obtain ATENTB I all countries, City Council J. C. Her. Major; R. Uross were instituted, on the anni- yards conmpany. THAT PAY! artverUee them tnorou14r, at our I HARTFORD, KY. T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Dean, Treasexpense, ananeip jou to success. versary of the birthday of the late "The order affects only those caturer. Members of Council J. C. Uiti-net- t. Send model, photo or sketch (or FREE report I Queen Lutse. Fifty-seve- n years la- tle which are sent here to be fattenso years-- prattle. BUR. I on patentability, Capt. A. D. White, A. E. l'ate. For free Oulde I PASSING REFERENCES. slaughter," said O'Connor. ter, on July 19, 1870, the anniversa- ed before J. D. Ralph. A. C. Yelser. W. II. hook on 1'rontable I'atenu writs to Gillespie. B03-BO- B ry of the death of Queen Luise, was "It seems that for ten days we can Seventh D. C. School WASHINGTON, Strast YOU man; R. Trustees J. I). Duke, Chair- The National Weekly declared against France, and it is not ship them out to the feeding T. Collins, Secretory; Dr. thought that no better recognition farms. Its only effect will be for J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. being to reduce this class could be conferred for valor in this the time RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Growers who want campaign than the order of 1813, of receipts. selling M. E. Church, South Services although the king In his decree had their animals fattened before Until this jcar ' morning and evening even)- - first and CcUitr'i has licen leclared that this distinction 'would to the packers will simply hold them Treatment third Sunday in each month. Sunoldat S.'oO. Now not again be bestowed by King Wil- back until the ban is lifted. There day school SMS a. m. l'raer nieet- the price is $2.50 for WEAK ilng liam reintroduced the Order of the has been none of the disease at the a ml we hat executed ever' Wednesday evening. Rev. Iron Cross. "In view of the berious yards, nor any symptoms of It." j a concession tictc-b- y LUNGS or D. W. Napier, pastor. ' Baptist Church Services morning we can offer it situation of the Fatherland," he deIt was said today that the meat CONSUMPTION at a Mil! tmilicr "'M aKAUIMI flllU lUlilllf creed, "and in grateful remembrance orders from Europe have swamped Sunday in eacli month. Sunday lediiclion in If you mention this paper we will send you 9M5 n. m. Prayer meotlng every school of the heroism of our ancestors in the capacity of the big packers and Courier-Journ- al wiili tliis Wed a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for nesday evening. Rev. A. S. i'ettle, years of the War of Liber- that It might he necessary for them i puliliutiun. (he great feeling, coughs, pains pastor. that tired, ty, I revive In its full meaning and to sublet some of their contracts to in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak Special Offer to Our Readers uiirisuaii cniinsii vertices every independents. lungs or consumption. importance the Order of tho Iron the third and fourth Sunday at II a. fn. He ii:tiumi: the ptrat ilrmaml for CntlUr's t Cross instituted by my father, now l?,.?.n.?r6,n6 a'1 7 !' "' Sunday seliool 9:30 a. in. OHIO MEDICAL CO. ! tlie new puce.cliave maile arrauffKiintcotUMEUS. o. Eltler in rest with Cod. The Iron Cross i tier it and our wn imblieation racli one Gwlllli ia8tort irr ilittnlti) for the I'MCc of Co'.'irr'j alone 'lln. will be given without distinction of SECRET SOCIETIES. t'tTer anilimitbeljkeiiadfcantaKeof i jrt ijIt). . t FOR FLETCHER'S t i.e. nlHi.... eWe.e.e. . Hartford Lodgo No. 073, F. and A. rank or position as a reward for merI What You Get in Colliicr s-M. meets ever first Montla. niglit it, gained either in actual fight with In each month. W. S. Stevens, V. Courier-Journ- al ColUtr't the one Ine, iiulepeiidtnt. frnrlri-the enemy or at home, in connection M.; Ow'oii Hunter, Secretary. ci.UI of th wrto'e tountr. .Not nr l - il tl e Hint Kiisnr Mistier. with this war for the honor and in- Sujiur Imlti-tr.- v cihmI cilizetra hattilbooK aut it - aUti a Hartford Cliapter No. &1 O. E. S. fur the whole fjmitt ,r mt the As the result of partisan legisladependence of the beloved counmeets every second and fourth Mon- t'nnes thai a rat's huhsenpnon kics crci a day evenings, .Mrs. J. II. Williams, tion, tlio American peoplo must now try." 1000 rdltortale W. M.; Jas. 11. Williams. W. sulmilt to a most arbitrary mill un0O New. riilo The Two Clnv.es. 1 Succeed when evtxythtr.iT else falls. .Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. 250 S!.ort Aitfclee necessary tax, which a Democratic Both claws of the Iron Cross i In netvous prostration and female Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Kuight ISO Short Sloriee 100 Uluitralrd Teituree on forcinK on the j weaknesses they arc the supreme have a precisely siiullar black cross Congress Insists of I'ythias meets every Tuesday even2 Complrtu Notet ' xerr.edy, as thousands have testified. NEWSPAPERS ing. Jno. W. Taylor, C. C; W. It. or cant iron with silver ertKliiR. On biihiness men antl wage earners of REAL Hedrick, K. of It. & S. Collier's it FOR KIDNEY, LIVER APJD reducing their $2,50UBo,CA the front there is not tiny inscrip-- 1 tho country, instead of Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. STOMACH TROUBLE tJZi.jU tlon. The front face of tho cross of ippropriations by nearly $100,000, Hartford Republican meets every first and tnlid Thursday it is the best medicine ever sold On 000 tor projects which are necessa1813 1b hare of any insignia. nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; News V MUeWtjICeH VWUUHeil ry, if not questionable, or by restor-- , E. I. Moore, RecoiVi Koojier. the reverse of the cross of 1S70-7- 1 Acme Lodgo No. 339 I. O. O. F. which, on sugar News in a crown and the date of 1S70. In ing tariff duties moots every second and fourth Friis a "V," tho Initial of the alone would bring in a revenue of the center day nights in each mouth. C. M. HarLocal News , Christian name of tho then King of over $50,000,000 per year. nett, Noble Grand; W. It. Hedrick, Secretary. The Underwood Tariff law has re- Prussia. Tho cross of 1S13 bore the Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. " In the center of suited In great damage to the bust-- 1 initials "P. mecits every second and fourth SatNews are three oak leaves, and ness and agricultural interests of the crots urday nights In each mouth. Tom BROCUnCDANDOErENDEO..'0"?'.'-- ! the presence on tho order today of Illy State, l)Ul me oeei migur minis1 Williams, Council Commander; W. C. News craiUKi'rLhulu.lortilrlKnliiuairrerer'n. trauo uiuAt, I rree aJriw. how to obtain juuu, McCALL PATTERNS the dates 1&13 and 1S70-7- 1 Indicates try has suffered irreparably and will Wallace. Clerk. I conrnstoa, etc., in all COUNTRIES. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M.. k Celebrated fur itylr, jirtfrct fit, simplicity and of JSiaiuts Jirtttv.Uk WaMnglon tact UnuA that the soldier upon wLom It Is be forced out of existence If tho tarreliability V monry an J cjten lutfaitHi, meets every flist and third Frlil lay R every yand town in the United State, and conferred participates by right in the iff is finally removed, as provided for Piitnt and Infringement Practice Exclusively. tllrert. Everybody nights in each mouth. Mrs. AtttU " CinaJi, or by nullSend for .More told than Write cr come to ue at any other make. Itee caUloirtic in tho Underwood tariff law. Partnhonors of tho previous wars. Griffin, l.ady Commander; Mrs. II. McCALL'S MAGAZINE TI0 IljbUi Street, near Ualtea CUtee fetaat OSce, I The Grand Cross can only be re- ers will not raise beets If the price E. MlschKc, Lady Record Keeper. WABrMriOTON. D. C. More subscribers than any otlet ta.hlon Are you Interested Jn what Is takKe8tonu Chapter No. 110, R. A. I macatlnc million a month. Invaluable, l.at. ceived by a commander who hns bo reduced, and sugar manufacturstyles, ruttrriis, tlrrssinaUiii;, millinery, M meets every thlil Saturday night foreign ing place Vlay by day all ovor the victorious In a decisive battle ers cannot compete with sewing, fancy nrcdlewoik, iulrdrcsslnt;. been In each month. John T. Moore High etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only M cents a reducing the world? If you aro you KM12D TDK after which the enemy has evacuat- manufacturers without year (worth double), including a free pattern. i l'riest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. COURIER-JOUNIUbubsirfSc today, or send lor sample copy. A slight reduced his position, or who has captured cost of production. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. I WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS In the If there is an aent in your town State Officers President, J. 11. an Important fortress, or by a com- tion bus already been inudo to A cents. Postal brings premium 111011111 Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presi- I and new cash prize otlers. Address catalogue mander who has unflinchingly de- raw material and In wages, and a glvo him a trial order ono dent, J. II. Burnoy, Muhlenberg Co.; nt licCUL CO.. 235l: W. J7laSt.. NEW YOkst Dally 50 cents, with Sunday 75 cents. fended a fortress which has not fal- largo reduction In dividends to tho Secretary & Treas., S. B. Robertson, if thero is no agent in your town len Into tho enemy's hands. Tho stockholders, because or the reducCalhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T.,H. order to tho paper in - glvo your BUCUCG'S SEEDS SUCCEED I Hartford, Ky. Iron Cross is homo on the standards tion In dividends to tho stockholdappears Members State Executive Board-B- on SPECIAL OFFER: and colors of tho troops, antl, llkoiors, because of tho reduction of the which this aUvcrtlsoment clubbing 'llaaatebatU Naer.Ilaelaeae. AttlalnUP Watson, Webster county; J. W. the Victoria Cross, Its bestowal Is duty, and yet tho prlco to the cou-n- o (you may et a special AND CURE THE LUMCS maka tou our Deruuneut customer. Daviess rate), or send the order direct to T DHtp f nltcrtlnn Hel...ltTarleilelt-- l Dunn,county; county; HUnry Plrtle, t confined to any one rank. In I'sinner Is higher than for years. 1 trr I Tenia. 1 splendlH I 13 situ, beat".earn. Ohio E. I. Ray, Hardin coun l., UUe. au. I 11 ID flnett HkU.- -u ty; C. G. Davenportt, Warren county. the campaign of 1S13 Ii::i first class, Tho lumber Industry, and the lead tho Courier-Journa- l. COUHlER-JOUltNAvarieties la I tie 10 has w,th WEEKLY uuaaAniAbw iv rwA.i. Ohio County Officers S. L. Stevcrosses woro mining Industry, nil of which aro 6,639 second-clas- s and Mention this Paper. ens, President; Write Henry Plrtle, Secawarded, and six years later it was Important factors in tho prosperity been discontinued, but FARM AND retary; S. E. Bennett, Treasurer. FAMILY, a most excellent illustratworn by 9,130 soldiers, and that 'of our peoplo, aro retrograding COUNTY BOARD OF KUUCATIUN. a SEND lO CENTS ed monthly magaliie, is a worthy I So eover were 6,813 inheritors of tho' cause of tho disturbed business iUie aoa perkloi end receive title valuable Osna Shults, Chairman, Hartford, prlco Js only 23 cenU K Pttlf'F! Ileaulirul ie4aed 1'lant Uvea, Ky. ditlon due to tho baneful effects of successor. Tho After tho Franco-dor-Imtructlte. the kMiintin Usu.elc , UIU all eWut JlutultUuctMi, STREET eamplo copy. 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford. Ky. lUaaUCKBEE ll HI man war of 1870 tho number of tho abandonment of tho protective a year. Ask for a n. IT. DUCKDCff. 2. T. J. Brooks, FordsWIle, Ivy. fi AND ALL TIIHCAT AND LtlNRTnOUCLES. K crosses distributed (oKallod nearly policy of tho Republican party, GoUrier-Mrn- al 3. Ira Botrth, Olaton, Ky. Gompang QUAICAlVaJa.2iJ SAXloiaiUlOIlVii 000. Of this millibar 3,000 wer'ilor which this country has always 4. II. O. Autry, Halzetown, Ky. ; 7T"rj xt.v 0 Incorporated oit Hon Addison T. Smith, crosses with tho whlto ribbon with prospered. 5. E. G. Austin, Prentiss. 6. J. L. Brown, ttockport, Ky. the white rlbbou Willi the black dig- - Congressman from Idaho. LOUISVILLE, HV. a s At Chicago. Washington. October 31. Tho Ponuar-- ! part men t of Agriculture y antlned the I'nlon Stock Yards at Chicago to proven milpincnt of cattle except for iniin'.llatc slaughter because of foot and mouth ilisa&- s This explanation 01 action was Issued at the Pepartnei.t Memoirs of Napoleon In A city mhtre rood hotel atsund, the Powhatan htadi the lilt. It is firtt In the ktiru of In 1 j i excel-len- nirWiowd, Court T. I C'rcult V. Judge, Hen I). Klngo, Attorney; Law Attorney I. Midkiff, Jailer; i:. U. Uarnuss, Clerk, U. E. Dlrkhtad, Master HAUTl'OHD, KY. 11. T. Collins. Trustee Jury Kunil; 3. O. Kcown, Sheriff, Will prnothe IiIh pnrfteatiMi in UUJ uaruoru. Ui'iuities &. A. llnitciier, :,1(i n.,11,,1,,1,,.. f..,,iititJa. CeimiiiTell Mrs. S. O. Ktown uKtll office (ilitiiorc Keown. Court convenes firit mid Criiiilnal I'umlc- . Sticclilty. ---Monday In Pebruary and continues zr v time weel.s: third .Monday In April, . o ' two w.vks; third Monday in Uetober, 06 two weel.s. County Court John II. Wilson, Law Judge; W. C. Uhiiiki'iishlp, ClerK; HARTFORD, KY. C. E. Smith, Attonie, Ilnrtford. Court convenes first .Moud:u- - In eacli Mifwrs. W. II. ll.ini.rt ami C. B. month. Quarterly Court lUylns on the Stnlt.lt aiinouiuv l.li.'it tliiiy luivo file-first .Montlay in oery month. KiruiTlup for tlie .Court of Calms Convi-nefirst of Liw, exoopt ci'liniiKit and iTuibttiiy in January and first Tuoa-da- j C.IS.M, Mr. tiuilth buliii; Comtty A1ik in Octobir. Other County Officers U. S. Mox-loj- ivy Is jiiwiiUd f rim prtir.tilcang r,m'h Sur.cjor, rortlsvllle, Ky., It. ccatASi. Mr. U,irn will ilullvidu.Tfe; K. D. No. ; Tom lllnes, Assessor, accept Ucli praetloj. Offlt In Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shults, Superinbuilding, tendent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. Ulley, Hartford K- liartlon'; T. II. Denton, iparof osslotai Otto C. Martin at , OciniGS Attorneys at Omith. dvr ", u j ARTHUR at KIRK al-- o Get these Memoirs Free three-oIum- llut-kpor- -- ' ! es WihI-nesda- y nl super-supervisi- j tr-- (unpe-Warwi- lt Cleaned i Pressed forand I Repairing and neatly done. work special attention. Wod-mtsd- I PREPARED 11 delivered. month. rate per I awiw TRADE-MARK- hIiIi W. H. RILEY -- mSf WILL TAKE OUR Collier's Q?j? First Time FREE in Clubs Daily rfl'-iii- n , Children Cry O ASTO R A $6 a Year Sunday run-dow- I ' er e.i e I S2-- Year c iiiak-irin- !; I Best National Best State Best Best Market Reports Best Foreign Best Political Best Everything Best for & fe I test I U J SEEDS y; Bal-mal- n, KILLthe cough i 1 1.-"- 1 (rt.f-lew.ri- Ii bo-the- re yVWMVAvMAAW n.-IL- .- Dr. King's New Oisssveirir noury 1 , mi-D- Children Cry for Fletcher's vv VTkVxNJ'vVSvvBiKvS'CijAiVA Tho Kind ou llnvo Always Ilonglit.ntid which 1ms lcen in iimo lor over ;$0 years, lias horno the algnutttro of. and lias been inndo under hi per- SJ0 Honnl supervision since its iiifnury. Allow no onn to deceive you in this. AH Counterfeits, Imitations ami "tTiiNNus-Kuoinro hnfc JixpcrliiuMits that trifle wllh and cnthuijror the henlth of Jiiiunt and CitlIdren-i:xi.erle- neo against 2&pcrixuuub Cjr&r??I, 7fi 'C4a: n l" Ktihstituto for Castor Oil, Pare-ori- e, Drops and .Soothini Syrups. It i.s pleasant. 15 ont.i!ii.s neitlier Opium, IWorphliio rior other iNarroUo Mihstanec. Its nijo is Its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fovnrl.slme.ss. Tor more than thirty years it has been In foustant use for the relief of Constipation., 1 lutulcncy, IVind Colic, all Toothing Trouble and liarrhca. It regulates the Stomach and IlowrLs, iir.smi!'l'CH th" r""d. Pivlnw healthy and natural Bleep. What is CASTORIA Cntfnrla n harmless 'I ho Children's Panacea The Mother's Fjrleud. GENUINE yy Bears ) CASTORIA the Signature of ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years tV THt CtHTaUW COMUHT. TT MURRAT STRUT. YORK CUT. Starck Pianos No Monoy in Ailvnnce Satinlnc-lio- n antenil l tinnr .EEy PA STARCK FftCSIOtNT I l.owrwlNet Fact or y KnHlFHt Teruin . Sa vi iijj of si on to Prion h S200Fao From tory Direct Qn nAVC nniiiM, event, nay the freight both or there it no sale. Wo ftlll ahill oll n Ixviuflfill Rt.iri'L IMn. f,. -- n .1 .. a .... ,.. .1 i. No ensh fiayment ronulred AM .ink la itmt nin nim. .,., ..an and test this plan.i for 30 day If. nt Iho end of that time, you do nnt tlnd It the grade, Huvotest toned und ttnc.it piano In every way, that ou have over MlKlift fcccn f jr the money, you are nt perfect liberty a lend tt bach, and we will, in that epsre tdiai vn W'Cteo. WPfijJJ in your OWN HOME way. Thij btarck I'Uno must make good with you, Savi $150.00 or Mora Wc ildp direct to yon from ot.r factiry, prices that a.e)ou unwanli of J 150.00 In tin of Jour plum. we guirantrt.' to (urnltll Jim a letter piano tnr the monrv thin you cirt .vurr rlsrahi re. ion are irril of refiting a satisfactory sweet Oncd durable litgi grad-- pi Easy Payments Ton pjy no cadi dvn. but after 30 ilaya of trial, jon ran li'in payment on the low. cat, eailrat tvms ever auiri;.teil by a piano manufacturer. Tliess term ari arranged to kult J"ur cunenleti'e, and it l iwiibli- - for you to biy a for your home, without it mo. mlrlri (h monoy. dollars. I July last year left us to the good For Infants and Children. nearly $22,000,000; July this year 72.9 Kind You Have Always Bpughl to the bad more than $5,500,000. That was all before there was any Bears the . war. Then came the war and we saw Signature of C a trade balance of more than In our favor in August a year $50,-000.0- Tlio War and After tlio War. us In the way of foreign debt! War, and only tho war, saved us With the commendable design of placing before- Its readers facts and from being burled at tho end of this year under a foreign debt vastly conclusions which should Influence greater than the one which, In the I, the minds of voters at the congres earlier days of the war, almost crushsional and senatorial elections of ed us until we could begin to mnke November 9, the New York Press of pnyments with gold nnd, better still, October IT. prints an able editorial with wheat and corn nnd provisions and nil manner of supplies for the under the caption, "Trade Balances belligerents and for tho neutrals no Turn Our Way Again for a While." longer getting supplies from the It Is a distinct and valued service nations now attheir war. that the press renders to the Interests hut the war will not put an Indefof the American peoplo in thus putinite embargo upon tho shipment of ting out the need of keeping In view foreign products drawn Into the Unit- -' the fact that It would be a mistake ed States by our Tariff. The war can to acquit the party of Free-Trad- e of nullify the Tariff, the war can dig Its full responsibility for the Injuri- us out of foreign debt, only, only so ous effects of bad Tariff legislation long as the great powers of Europe merly because the unlooked-fo- r ami are on tho battlefield. ' tintircrerlimtnd rnnilltlnna hrnnlit In. Once the wnr Is over the Tariff, to play by the great war In Europe now HiiKpended, goes Into operation have helped to minimize those Injuri- witli its old force. ous effects. Wisely and well the Press It Is on this basis that the Ameriurges that the uuforseen cataclysm can people should determine their In Europe ought not to mitigate or votes for members of the House of condone the blame which rightly Representatives and tho United Stat upon tho political party that Is es rests Senate at the Congress elections responsible for the Underwood Free-Trad- e next month. Tariff law. Here In this State, for example, Immediately following the enact- Mr. Gerard, the Democratic candiment of the Underwood law our creddate for the United States Senate, it balnccs abroad, the result of a Is a member of tho party whose Tarhealthy excess of exports over Im- iff plunged us Into foreign debt. If ports through the operation of n Mr. Gerard should be elected he Protective Tariff, began to dwindle. would stand with his party In the Kxports fell away and Imports InNational Legislature, and in standcreased. At the end of the calendar ing with his party ho would stand for year 1910, three-fourth- s of tho year this Tariff trow virtually out of busibeing a full Protection period, we had ness as soon as the war ends. a foreign trade credit of $091,421,-81- 2 Mr. Wadsworth, who must defeat with which to offset the bills for Mr. Gerard if he is to be defeated, our overseas freight carried In for- Is against this Tariff which the war eign ships, the dividends and interhas suspended for the time being, est due to foreign investors la our United States Senator, would strive securities, the spend lugs of American to end permanently. tourists abroad and the remittances In quoting thus freely we wish to of our alien population. IJut a radi- extend us far as possible the valuable cal change soon became manifest un- effects which the New York Press der the operation of the Underwood alms to produce upon the IntelliFree-Trad- e Tariff. That monstrous gence and patriotism of American measure began to transfer big cred- voters. Oar only regret Is that we its Into big debits. The Press says: cannot Insure that it shall reach Our excess of exports amounting voters In time to bear fruit to almost $04,000,000 for January of at the polls on the 3d of November. last year, became a little more than It all newspapers $49,000,000 In January of this year. would emulate this good example The $44,000,000 of February last and place before their readers the year was trimmed to less than hard, practical truth, the verdict of In February this year.- next month would bo overwhelmingly The $32,000,000 of March last against the party of Free-Trad- e. year shrank to less than $5,000,000 Thr in March this year. An Active Liter Means Health. The $53,000,000 of April last year If you want good health, a clear The disappeared entirely this year and be complexion and freedom from Diz came an excess of imports amounting ziness, Constipation, Biliousness, The to more than $11,000,000. Headaches and Indigestion, take Dr. The May last year was nearly $01,000,-00- 0 King's Life Pills. They drive out In our favor; May this year was fermenting and undigested floods, The more than $2,500,p00 agaltist us. clear the Blood and cure ConstipaThe June Inst year gave us a foreign tion. Only 25c. at your druggist. credit of more than $32,000,000; this The year a debit of nearly half a million I 00 $26,-000,0- Mrs. Sylvama V00d3, of Clifton Mills, Ky.. fn writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use CarduF, my back and head would hurt so bad. I nought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to dp any of my housework. After taking three bottles of ' began to feel Ii!c a nevv woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give It Always Helps says ,,h CARDUI Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, lired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's ionic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. ut a trial. ! still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." The Woman's Tonic Get a Bottle Today! m is x w m; ims iv isj ij tc (i () rai ... JAMES & CO., First Class .Liverymen Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, id OUR CLUBBING RATES, Republican and Louisville Herald $1.3E Reptrlican and and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at 1.75 CASTOR A Rtartk Piano l guaranteed lor ! i years. ! ha Th ifiirtot cf it nur 35 yrr of plana eipiTIrnoe, an I the rrpi tatior ef nn rnpunilblc plain bouw. Fttt 2ndWe t lares and tionJ Weber 50 Free Musio Lessons lnon Achoola la Tliw yoj ran take in your own home, by null. Thl one yrr' free Initnictlon. the iK'it ChletKO. To ttty pirthairr of fitank l'laiioi, - she tr muftc Ir.vnJ. In oiw of band planoi of art tandanl raakl tal.cn In far new Starrlc Plani and lU)er.rianM. The folbw. In art a few jvrple banrtlnii - Hand largalni on hand lue nrnnV" jf Ilithtl uae.1 Steinway Chickering Kimball $110.00 02.00 00.00 Starclr l'laye' I'lan m m bertt and rnnt Iwutl ful Player l'lin on ins market. Yoa wilt lie with th many featurei of the ron.;rful lntnire"il, an I will he pleated with th very low prim at which tncy can ue secured. PlayorPlaMt oiarcx ths )vu Starck 9500 193.00 Sond today for our new beautifully illustrated plana book Piano Book Fras which (five! ou Send for our Iateit complete eeon 1 hand bargain hrt. I. A. STARCK v hrjre amount of Information regarding piano). Thii book will Interest and nleaw YO'l. Vt'tlte todiv. a PIANO CO.. 1313 Starck BldiJ., CHICAGO ! Man Welborn "OM QUALITY" OK $(J.1.(I0 TrVins 4 ?i Tliv 1st una -- ml numbers lallinK to ll0v up 1))' Kept. Unrt.vto have paid $(i"t la ne-l- i to ."Man Welhorn, of Clllty, Ivy., who held the itril number la the contest for the barrel of IX CASH. Wo make For prompt slilpnicnth mail jour onlers to us. iptlrk slilpmfiilM to nil "dry" points la Kentucky. "Old QuuIU ty, One Star" n.s K)od as any bottled In bond only &S.0O per gallon, express prepaid. ago changed Into a balance of more that $19,000,000 against us in this August. The Press, as we have said, does well to emphasize this alarming reversal of our fiscal standing with the rest of the world. It is a, record which ought to consign the party of Free-Trad- e to everlasting shame and defeat; a record which American voters should keep la plain view and not allow It to be obscured by the changed conditions resulting from Europe's Industrial and trado paralysis. It is true that the great war shut off the exportation to this country of a large volume of the competitive merchandise that was flooding our market after the Underwood Tariff had begua Its deadly work and before the war broke out. It Is true that the war brought on a bigger demand for some of our exports. But, says the Afu ea Republican Republican Republican .republican Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican The Republican and Home and Farm 1.60 1.75 3.50 and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 ana JJaiiy uwensDoro inquirer O'boro Messenger 1.75 and 1.75 and Kentucky Farmer and New Idea Woman's Magazine. . 1.30 1.50 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Twice-a-Week- . Commissioner's Sale. Pursuant to a Judgment and order of sale of the Butler Circuit Court, I will on Saturday, Nov. 7," 1914, the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock p. m at Balzetown and also on the headwaters of Sixes' creek, Ohio county, Ky., sell at public auction to the highest and best enbidders one saw mill, boiler-angine of tho Case make, engine 15 horse power. Also one boiler and engine near Balzetown. Said machinery will be sold on a credit of three months to pay a debt of $265.00 with interest from Oct. 16, 1913 and $20 cost in case of John M. Carson Banking Co., against G. N. Baize, etc. in Butler Circuit Court. 15t3 J. W. HOWARD, S. C. B. C. C. Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. WHY NOT MAKE '. . k $2005 A MONTH -- That's '' $50.00 a Week, almost $10.00 a Pay f Bollinjr Victor Safes and boxes to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and turners, Ml of whom realize the need of a safe, but do not know howeasyltlstoown flro-proo- wellHo-do- f Press: The TuricG-a-Wee- k Edition J P, R, LRNCR8YER "Ohl QUALITY", X CO., AV. -- . Owensboro, Ky. i J "OLD S. STOXIJ" "IMlKMIKIt PUUK" ovnn os YCAns EXPERIENCE mn amtkMmm k Buclbee'a "Full pt Lite" Koithetn Gromt Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of jSyearica? lucceisiul'aced grotving behind theia. It paja U Slant the best, fccaaoiutlu Specialties Earliest Red Valentine , 3 jo Bushel Ketugee Kxlra IZarly , ii as IiUiliL--l New hlriturlesi Cteeti Po.1 Jj.70 lluitiel ardell'a Imp. Kidney Waxjj jo Iluihel Davis New Whve Wax . . 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Turkey linn definitely cast with Austria and Germany, I her lot and U Portugal la counted thero are now Rou-jnftnin 1 It is thought the time has arrived when the German cruiser In Honolulu harbor for repairs will have to run the gauntlet of Japanese war ships awaiting outside the harbor or A new battle has developed In be Interned until the close of the Uusslan Poland. In which the Vien- war. na' war office claims that all attacks have been successfully repulsed. The WetlneMtey. Russian General Staff says the GerThe German consul at Tabriz was man attack In the region of and took refuge In the losses to the Germans. Beyond the assaulted n Vistula, the report says, the Russians American consulate with other Germans. The archives of victoriously along the have advanced consulate were sent to whole front, and a number of towns the Turkish Petrograd by the Parslans, who occupied. have ben threaten all German subjects with Ministers summary arrest and expulsion. The All the Italian Cabinet . empire proposes to hold all who resigned their portfolios Satur- Ottoman presence of King Em- subjects of the Triple Entente Pow day met in the until safe return of manuel yesterday to dlscusss the sit- ers hostages Turkish subjects from France, Eng uation. land and Russia Is guaranteed. panic-stricke- eleven Towers at war, with prospects of Greece, IlulRarla and being drawn Into tho Europe-n- n of struggle. Tho Ambassadors Russia, Great Urltaln and France have received their passports and have, with Servla. put the Interests or their countries In the hands of Ambassador Morgenthau.of the I'nlt-e- d States. An olllclnl Turkish report claims that Russia opened hostilities by firing on the Turkish fleet, which Is denied In a statement from Turkish troops have PetroiT.id. crosifsl the Egyptian frontier, while the Turkish licet continues to menace the Russian coast. The Mohammedan subject of Great Britain and Russia appear to side with the Allies. British, French and Uusslan subjects have been hastily leaving for several days, accordIn received ing to a dispatch Amsterdam from Berlin. headache and cold, wmen finally brought on constipation and bowel trouble. Physics of all kinds were used, and we were obliged to resort to the fountain syringe for help. I could drink castor oil like water, but it did no good. Salts were of no use. The docAfter tors were puzzled. usui.3 three bottles of Peruna I consider myself entirely well." Mr. John B. Capors, No. 010 Pecan St., Fort Worth, Texas. TIump who olijfet i Mqtilil Mfdlrluc will Hnd I'rrunn Tnh-I- rt 11 ilrlrntile runrtly tot CATAUKIIAL, CONU1T1UNS. "I was taken with a severe Fighting on the German northwestern flank Is described as savage In character. Ypres. . Consul Sprague at Gibraltar ca- bled tae State Department that the case of the American steamer land, detained there by British authorities, hai been taken Into a prize court and that the vessel was discharging her cargo. An official statement ihsued by the British Treasury Ives the plan of the Government to facilitate stock exchange business and to prevent depreciation in investments, by avoiding forced The Government has realisation. arranged with the Bank of England to matte advances to lenders during The German army seems to have abandoned all attempts to break Its way along the elglan coast to Calais. The Inundation around Nieuw poort. the Belgian army and British warships have contributed to end ing this part of the campaign, ac cording to the various reports Issued last night. In the region of Vallly the' Allies have retaken the farm of Metz. the wf.r. Scharnhorst, Nurnberg. Leipslc and Dresden attacked the British fleet off Coronel, Chile. The British cruiser Monmouth was sunk. The British Good Hope was badly damaged and Is supposed to have been lost, The German warships Gneisenau. between the British and Japanese warships and the strongly entrench- and the Glasgow took refuge in the harbor of Coronel and is bottled up. ed Germans. The British submarine 5 was sunk of the German ar- by a mine thrown out by a German The operations my in- 3elgium have been made very cruiser in the North Sea. difficult by the Inundation of the The Japanese embassy at WashingYscr and Ypres canals by the deor sluices at Nieuwpoort. ton was notified by the State Departstruction ment that German cruiser Geier, unGermans dergoing repairs in Honolulu harbor, Violent attacks of the were repulsed on the Aisne, and must leave the port or be interned ground previously lost regained, ac- by a certain date, but the date Is The withheld. cording to the French report. Uermans are pressing nearer Paris at SoisBor.3 and claim to have captured Thursday. many prisoners. Diplomatic relations have been broken off by Turkey with Great Tuesday. Britain, Russia, France and Servla, ' The Grand Visier ,of Turkey has and It Is the belief of diplomats that apologized on behalf of his Govern- notification of a state of war. existment lor tho warlike operations of ing between those nations and the the TuTkish fleet in the Black Sea. Ottoman Empire will be received by hut Is btated In London and Bordeaux the neutral nations today. The activities In the new field of dispatches that the Porte will have to go very much further before the war continue and a British warship Powers of the Triple Entente will yesterday shelled Jlddah, an Arabian .agree to resume friendly relations, port on the Red Sea. and in this connection reparation for rtho Bla:k Sea raid and dismissal of The German warships "that won the !,UI German officers In the Turkish naval battle off the Chilean coast army and navy are mentioned. The have all reached harbor and the Ambassadors of France, Russsla and Glasgow and Good Hope are believ Oreat Bsitaiu have left Constantino- ed to have been bottled up by two ple. A report comes from Constan- of tho German battleships. .England's tinople it tho seizure of another only confirmation of the sea fight in Ttussian vessel, and also that Bulgar- the Pacific so far has been a state ia had eguu to mobilize her second ment to the effect that German sourc line of troops. es report its having taken place. U-- ate fighting is Official advices show Going on at Tslng Tau cruiser that desper- The entire North Sea has hcen declared a military area and merchant vessels enteriui; will bo exposed to gravest dangers. Between tho North Sea and the Olso the attacks of the Germans have becomo less violent, According to tho French report. Tho Allies clclin advances south of Dlx- mudc. The General Staff of tho Russian army reports that attacks of the Gorman troops In Eastern Prussia huve been repulsed, and that beyond the Vistula Us troops contluuo the shows the death of twenty English afflcers and the wounding of forty-fiv- e. The Petrocrad statement yesterday reported a retreat on the part of the Germans along the entire East Prus sian front. The Belgium Minister of War Issu ed a statement last night in which he declared that tho German forces tn Belgium have begun their retreat The latest British casualty list oifepsivo. unopposed, except In tho KBAIj sale. region of Opatow, whero tho Aus-trlaresisted with considerable 133 3 acres Vs nille from Hartford. acres 3 miles from Hartford. 100 forces. acres 3 'miles from Hartford. 75 By the release of tho American acres 3 miles from Hartford. 125 tanker Platurla, Great Britain has All Rough river bottom land in concoded the right of the United district. Please vessela carrying oil to land the States write us It you want to sell or buy their cargoes la Danish ports. land. rfOLBROOK & PARKS, Agts., Tho Eerltn report says the GerHartford, Ky. gained ground around 9tf mans have eastward. estatk for levee-protect- Mother to 11 Krrntli the monthly magazine of tho Pan Mexican Policy A Colossul Mistake. Mother. While freely admitting my belief Under the caption, "We Ilarbarl-- 1 s, that President Wilson has been connns," the Frankfurter Zcltung with the scientious In the course that ho has as incompatible charges of cruelty and barbarity pursued In Mexico, I think that our iaa boon all made aglnst crmnny by her enemies, policy down there following letter written by a Ger- wrong. the The truth Is that our sclzuro of man mother to a French mother, whose son died while a prisoner of Vera Cruz was an act of war on our part which, under ordinary condiwar In Germany: Dear Lady: A mother who, even tions would have resulted tn an armas did you, wiw her son march away ed conflict between this country and into the war for the defense of his Mexico. Tho Mexicans, however, fatherland, a German mother, Is were not In a condition to resent this That Insult to their sovereignty. writing this to you. fact alone, and not tho policy of the On Friday, August 2S, a great party. Is responsible tor number of wounded French soldiers Democratic our not being In a state of war with u arrived here, of whom your son, neighbor. There was no adePaul, wns one. He hud a severe our quate reason for an Invasion of Mexwound In his head. He was taken occupation of tenderly to the hospital of the Sis ican territory. 11 The Vera Cruz was colossal mistake and ters ot Holy St. Vincent do Paul, j continued occupation Is n conwhere he was nursed with every rare Its stant menace. Somo organized body possible. One or our clergymen. Mgr. Will attack our troops Hllplsch, who vlstd the wounded, ot Mexicans or somelhlng will happen to preclp-Itat- e was notified by the sisters that Hcrr us Into a nr It the troops Paul wished to make ills confession. there long enough. The peoThe monsignor found him, as he told country do not want war very weak. Your dear son spoke ple ot this me, and. therefore, our - with Mexico with dltliculty. He obtained aholuas soon seemed to be no Im- - troops should be withdrawn tlon. As there as possible. mediate danger, the priest wanted to Our army and navy were rushed administer the Holy Communion and to Mexico to force a particular salute extreme unction on the following tlag, which salute has never day, In order not to fatigue your son to our been given, although a number of too much. But at 3 o'clock a cramp boys were sacrificed and nbout seized your son. and at 4:30 o'clock our one hundred and fifty Mexicans killhe died without having regained conIn the occupation of Vera Cruz. sciousness. His brain had been badly ed If anything of real value has accrued Injured. as a result of that occupation, no You may rest assured, dear lady, body has ever heard of It. that your beloved son was treated In view of the real tacts, the with every care, and that nothing boasting of our Democratic friends was neglected In efforts to save his over the results of their Mexican young life. That may comfort you policy Is really funny. A little an In a little you and your husband alysis, however, satisfies one that your great sorrow. The thought that thev are only congratulating them a priest was at his side in his last selves and the country on the fact hour, and that he died a holy death that this blunder of theirs has not will help you bow your head under as yet brought upon the Nntlon the the hand of the highest Lord ot life dire results that somo of their coand death. Your son died as a hero lossal mistakes have produced. Evfor his fatherland and now rests, it erybody that understands the facts Is true. In strange, but In consecratknows we are at peace not hecause ed ground, where he awaits the reof the Democratic Mexican policy, surrection and will meet again with but In spite of it. those who now mourn htm, never to leave them again. Take - Notice. His funeral took place on TuesIt took a man over a year to make day, September 1. amid the tolling get his lite insured. of bells In the Cathedral. He receiv- up his mind to military honors. Our two war It took a month for his policy to ed all societies, with their flags draped In become a claim after it was issued. black crape, formed his escort of And It took ten days for his widow honor. There was a bright blue sky to get the Insurance money after he ibove the open grave, as the three salvos of honor were fired. May he died. Notice the difference in time. Talk with C. P. KEOWN, Agnt. rest In peace! I thought I might send you. as I State Mutual Life, of Worcester, do, herewith Inclosed, a few twlg3 Mass. 15.f of the laurel wreath which the two war societies laid on his grave, as The Road Problem. Logan Waller Page, director of well as several clippings'from the local paper. You will see from these the fedral office of public roads and how much honor was paid to your president of the American Highway dear son when he was carried to his Asoclation, hopes that the Fourth final dwelling place. He rests In the American Road Congress, to be held new cemetery of our city. His grave in Atlanta In November, will devote special atention to the question of bears the number 1. Dear lady, I have been told that malntenace. which, he declares, ovthe sorely wounded young Frenchman ertops all other road problems. wished above all to see his mother Ther Is no doubt that It Is vitally again. That wrung my heart so hard Important to maintain public roads, that I determined to wrlie to his but It is far more important to secure poor mother at once and to tell her good roads first. After a state comhighall I could learn about the young plete a network of well-bui- lt soldier. For I, too, dear lady, have ways, civic pride will stimulate the an only son who has gone away, public with a desire to maintain with full enthusiasm the call these highways. of his Kaiser. And since August 22 Our roads have been sadly neglectwe have heard no word of him. ed. Following the war the south lost This letter is to comfort you a all desire for good roads, and the little In your great sorrow, you and ones we had were neglected. your whole family, for the great loss With the coming of the automobie of your dear son who gave up his there has ben aroused in the public young life for his fatherland. Accept, mind a new desire for good roads. dear lady, this assurance of slncere-es- t During the past two years the good sympathy of a mother whose road movement has spread throughheart feels deeply for you. out the country. The National High"This letter," says the Zeltung, way connecting the Atlantic and the "is a document of German culture Pacific is still a possibility. It has that can tell the foreigu nations been, frequently discussed and Is a how, despite the war that has been mater In which many states are inforced upon us, Germany can still terested. Good roads bring the counfeel sentiments of deepest humanity. try and the city together. Good roads Our army is no band of mercenaries; provide a ready market for the farmthe flower of our people serve in it. er. The consumer realizes the necesEven as a German mother has felt sity for good roads because he can in this case, so, too, do the sons of reach the source of supply. such mothers feel In truth they The aggregate expenditure on are neither Huns nor barbarians!" roads in the United States Is now es timated by Mr. Page to be something Taxes Due For 1914. over $200,000,000 annually. He disWe have received the tax booku an courages the theory that a permanent are now raaVly to gWe you a receipt. It must bo kept In a continuous state Please call at this office at your ear- of repair If It Is expected to survive heavy travel. liest convenience and settle. A road may cost $5,000 a mile or S- - O. KEOWN, It may cost $15,000. but after it has Sheriff Ohio Co. 52tf. been completed It must be watched The Wonderful Falls oflRuazu. and cared for like other things that Ever hear of the Falls of Iguazu? are expected to last. A road Is quick They have not been very generally ly ruined by neglect. advertised, for they He somewhat out With good roads comes prosperity. of the beaten path of travel, but to Like a woll.-kehouse, they reflect those nature loving and adventurous the thrift and enterprise of the ownspirits who have taken the time and er. Each county In every state should the trouble to visit the more remote encourage good road building. In sections of the South American In this way a complete system may terior this wonderful and beautiful some day be established, but not unwork of nature has been known for til then. many years. Among the most noted Is Mrs. American Union, this talented writer of American Harlett Chalmers Adams, whoso val- and lecturer contributes an article uable additions to the geographical descriptive ot this South American and ethnological knowledge ot the beauty spot. Mrs. Adams writes: "Buenos Aires, Argentina's dazzlworld have made her a Fellow ot the Rovnl Geographical Society ot Eng ing metropolis, Is the starting point land. In tho September number ot for the tropical wilderness where the pub-llshoLu-cloin pt world-travele- ALL READY TO WEAR IF YOU WANT TO GIVE MORE TIME TO THE CHILDREN. COME. BUV THINGS FOR THEM AND YOURSELF ALL READY-TO-WEAR. LET US TELL YOU ABOUT THEM WHEN WE SHOW THEM TO YOU RIGHT IN OUR STORE. WE SHALL BE GLAD TO HAUE YOU LOOK: FOR THIS MEANS OUR GOOD GOODS AND LOW PRICES WILL PLEASE YOU SO WELL THAT YOU WILL BUY EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR ALL THE FAMILY. CARSON & GO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. Iguazu River makes its daring leap yet bepn very carefully calculated. over vine-hun- g cliffs on Its way to "It Is difficult to compare the two Join the majestic Parana, 'Mother of mammoth falls or he Americas. Nithe Sea.' Before the building of the agara is most Impressive as King df railroad which now links La Plata Winter, with a sparkling background pines. Iguazu personl- River ports with Asuncion, capital ot of Paraguay, the journey from Bue- I fles summer in a fascinating forest nos Aires to the fulls was made alto- gown. The one is cyclopean In ltu gether by river steamer, a mouth be- united power and stupendous drop. ing required for the round trip. The The other. In spite ot greater dimen journey can now be accomplished In sions. Is so softened by tropical garb about a fortnight, and when railway as to captivate rather than avus Now and steamer lines make better con- and then, on' the way thru lite, wo nections, travelers visiting Montevi- meet a man or a woman with in Indeo and Buenos Aires will be able to dividuality which grips, and now and complete the side trip o the falls In then, on he rail around he earth, we find a scene ot dominant persona week. "In Jesuit records ot over 150 ality. So it U with the Falls of Iguayears ago, we find the first authen- zu. Forever they will allure us. Tho tic account ot the Falls ot the Igua- Iguazu is feminine, lovely and eluzu. After the expulsion of the Jesuits sive. Tho Nlagura Is masculine, vital the falls reverted to oblivion, and It and virile. Niagara Is Hercules, is only lu the present century that chained to the will of man, a giant they are becoming known. Each year In a gtgantic civilization. Iguazu is travelers are attracted here In great- Hebe, unfettered and untamed, a er numbers, and within your lifetime goddess In a god-lik- e wilderness. But and mine Iguuzu will come Into its the day is coming when carefree Iguazu must leave her play to fill her own. "Let us look at It first after sun-so- t, destined place among the Amazons as It gleams thru tho deep twi- of the world. We prophesy the tlmo light woods, a tall palm, (ike a sen- when htese falls will enact an role In the development or tinel, in the foreground, a crescent moon In the sky. And now again at two great republics, colossal Brazil sunrise, when rainbow tints gllut its and progressive Argentina. Here ou magic waters, and hundreds of par- the verge of the prehistoric Pam-pea- n Sea, where savage man huntJ-throts like a string of emeralds, clrclo monstrous fauna of his day, civaround and around In Its wreath of mist. But all this Is from afar. The ilized man, with mentality evolved thru countless ages, will Inaugurate Iguazu Is a siren who lures us on. broken trail leads down to a a new Industrial era fortnen who aro "A nearer view. It Is the time of low to be." and the water lu the Southland, semicircular 'falls are broken Into FOR FLETCHER'S 275 distinct cascades, separated by I a mazo of verdure. They make double leaps o he gorge below excepting the largest, which unites Argentine and Brazilian territory, and has a sheer drop of 213 feet. In width the distance around tho entire circle, from in the beginning of the Brazilian to the edge of tho Argentine Falls, farthr Is 0,000 feet, but measuring around STOP AT THE the borken contour of he cliffs, It Is nearly 10.000 feet. In rainy season, when the river Is swollen, all tho small Islands are submerged, and, with the exception of a large central Island, he waters form one huge d Itnj-portu- Children" Cry CASTO R A When i Louisville f roaring cataract. "Niagara's height varie from 158 to 169 feet, its width In greatest contour, Including Goat Island, being 4,770 feet. Thus we see that Iguazu is higher and wider than Us North American fellow, If less daring In Its leap. The estimated flow over Niagara Is 18,000,000 cubic feet per minute. The volume ot Iguazu Is not as 5th Avenue Hotel FRANK ECKERT, Prop. H.H,ECKERT,Mgr. f $Up, EUropeaa Plaa jf