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VERA CRUZ DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 18 GREAT BRITAIN HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1914. of the year the annual rental is not promptly paid In advance, the bones aro taken up anil thrown Into a large pit built for that purpose in one corner of the graveyard, and the grave Is rented to somebody else. FEDERAL STOCK QUARANTINE ON NO EVIDENCE flowers and fruits. It Is the general opinion that the Judge has blundered In this matter. NBWMRITARY Work of United States In AGAINST Wilson Case Dis- - , t ways n serious one In Vera Cruz, as! Owensboro. missed Epidemic in State. In all seaports. Immediately after the Amorlcan occupation several hun dred women established themselves Commissioner OrdersCancellation Court Tries To Get An Apology .Bring Order Out of Chaos Clean- In the segregated district nnd else- where In Vera Cruz. About one-haof All Poultry And Pet From Wilson But liness and Help For wero Mexicans, the remaining halt Shows Advertised. were French, Spanish, Cuban or AmFails. The Sick. erican. On July 1, the commanding Gen Receipt of telegraphic reports Wednesday's Owensboro Messengeral nut Into effect an order deport (Ily Charles Jenklnson.) Ing all prostitutes hot Mexicans byj'"ra Dr- - s- - L- - Bon,1 of tho Lou,s er says: "On motion of Commonwealth's The early wltlidrawal of tlio Am- birth or naturalization. It has been vlile Bureau of Animal Industry, erican military forces from Vera found necessary for several years stating that there is not the slight- Attorney Uen D. Ringo the IndictCruz makes It opportune to review past to maintain a large hospital est doubt about the existence of the ment against Bradley Wilson, John womc of the social consequences of with about 300 beds for the treatfoot and mouth disease among cattle Gattou, Court Masters, Henry Amtheir occupation to the native popu- ments exclusively of women with on a small furm about eight miles brose and Martin Weaver, charged lation In normal times a community venereal diseases. In a hospital of from Shepherdsvllle, caused Secre- - with conspiracy to injure another, of roughly 115,000 people. approxlmately the same size as thls'tary Houston, of the Department, of was dismissed in circuit court on From April 23, two riayp after the for women, an average of 200 men 'Agriculture at Washington, to order Tuesday. Every effort on the part of Judo occupation of the port, to September nro being treated for the most quarantine in o the Federal livestock ::, the American lied Cross maintainforce aginst the entire State of Ken- U irk head to elicit an apology from forms of venereal diseases. Bradley Wilson on Tuesday morning ed headquarters and carried on an As a general rule, there Is a great tucky. jictlvr work of relief. This wus early deal of dysentery and typhoid fever This action against the State was in circuit court for his reflections on limited to cases of suffering due eith- In Vera Cruz from May to August taken toward the close of the after- the integrltv of the court met with er directly or Indirectly to the Am- of each year. Knowing this, the raedl noon Tuesday, after a final diagnosis failure, except that Wilson stated erican occupation of Vera Cruz. cal officers of the United States army ot the cases at Shepherdsvllle had he did not wish to be in contempt of For example, many of the Federal took the necessary steps. Immediately been made, and It was followed by a tho court, but he refused absolutely n upon after the occupation, to prevent cpl- - bulletin from the Kentucky Live to withdraw any of the statements boldlurs became entry of the American soldiers, demies of these diseases among the stock Sanitary Board, signed by J. sworn to by him in his affidavit to the and fled. leaving their wives and American forces. The first step in W. Newman, ordering all livestock have Judge BIrkhead retire from the families in destitute circumstances. ' this direction was the compulsory . markets closed, and all poultry and bench at his trial, and an open letter stock shows, now being adver- - addressed to the Judge relative to Others remained with the nrmy, but vaccination for smallpox ot every-pinasmuch as tlio various companies body, both native and foreign, with- - tised, canceled without further de- - the makeup of the grand jury which unqualiwero detailed to different parts and In the American lines, as well as of lay-al- l Indicted him. He refused no accurate records were kept of Inpeople entering Vera Cruz from ' With Kentucky under the ban. the fiedly to apologize for his statements dividuals, families were unable to the outside. After the American Federal quarantine has now been ex- - about the grand Jury or the state's representative. Commonwealth atlocate the husbands or fathers. forces had been in Vera Cruz one tended to fourteen States, Families of wounded soldiers must month there were only two coses of , The quarantine means that no torney Ben D. Ringo. sustain life until the soldiers had re- smallpox within the American lines, cattle, sheep, lambs, hogs or goata Indictments Dismissed. When the prosecution was reached covered sufficiently to support them and these ahd come In from outside may be moved out of Kentucky Into by other means; families of the dead place's. 'Other States that have thus far es- - in the regular order Mr. Ringo filed v must bo cared for; famlcs who had The water supplies, both public caPed the 1'vestock Plague. In a a statement and moved the court to maintained themselves by the sale n,i nrivnio lue "vesiuc industry uirougu dismiss the indictment and strike It virofiiltv InvoaH. of lottery tickets must bo helped to gated, and all water used tor drlnk-- , out the State has come to a stand - from the court docket. Wilson has find other employment, since the Am- Ing purposes was thoroughly tested still, and farmers, brokers and pack- - not been represented in the matter by an attorney, and he was in the ericans prohibited tlio sale of such by sanitary officers of the United ers are anticipating heavy losses. J. W. Newman, Commissioner of, court room at the time of the tickets. So, too, the workers along water were either sealed or filled called him 1ho water front must he helped, who up, and the greatest precaution was in a statement issued 'rence. Judge BIrkhead hd depended upon the passenger taken to prevent the use of unpot-abl- e last night, declared that the situa-.t- -o the front of the stand nnd had a beprolonged discussion about his traffic; and also the political prisonwater. Stagnant pools or pud- - tlon Is alarming, adding that he ers who had been released by the dies were drained off and filled up the disease to be widely scat- - tions outside the matter of the ln- American authorities from the no- innd damp patches of ground, wheth- tered. dictment. Until Mr. Ringo inter- A special session of the Kentucky rupted the court and Wilson, Wilson torious prison of San Juan dc Ulloa. er inside of houses or outside, were Where medical or surgical atten- given a heavy coating of dry earth 0cneral Assembly, to provide funds had reiterated several times that he tion alono was requested, this was and gravel. Peop'lo were Instructed for the reimbursement of farmers j would not withdraw tje affidavit, given or refused as examination Inr Mty Per nt of their losses when and would not take back a single rnw,' milk ..nio (r hart n tn ,, rnttli are uesiruyau. aim iu euipiu; statement contained in it, there was dicated necessity. Whcro food, money been boiled or clothing was requested, a personal The American forces were given a Inspectors and afford materials for a perfect stillnes in the court room. visit was made to the home and tlio plentiful supply ot quinine and prac- dlslnfectant work, In the opinion of This was punctuated by the remarks .statements of the applicant were ver- tically everybody that appeared at Mr. Newman, is one of the most nee of first the Judge and then the acified. "Where money was asked for to the Red Cross headquarters was dos- essary steps in the movement to er- cused man, until it was concluded, cover burial expenses, tho death cer- cd with It if ho showed any malarial adlcate the scourge. when handclaps were made in the Dr. Bond stated that he and his room in several different parts. tificate was examined and the body tendencies whatever. With puddles was personally seen by a worker. and pools of stagnant water obliter- staff of inspectors are now busy tracIndicted In May. Wilson and tour others were InThis was found to be necessary be- ated, and low places which might ing more than 400 shipments of cause a few attempts had been made collect water also filled, there was Chicago livestock handled thru the dicted at the last May terra of court by neighbors to collect money from no place for malaria mosquitoes to Bourbon Stockyards at Louisville, to on a charge of conspiring together the Red Cross under different names breed and therefore malaria dlsap- - Dolnt8 In Kentucky, since September to intimidate and injure Wm. G. Riney, proprietor of a fine farm in for tho burial of tho same body. peared from Vera Cruz as If by . 23, ,a3t This announcement means probably the West Louisville neighborhood Wherever employment was desir- maKg ed, this was usually given as soon Perhaps the most noteworthy feat that thousands of head of cattle and a magistrate of the county. Mr. as tho right place could be found. porformod by the United States mili- from territory where the disease Is Rlncy also had been president of the d Through the cooperutlon of the Am- tary officers In the way of and spreading faster ev- Green River Tobacco Growers' assog ery day have been distributed broad- ciation, while Wilson was manager erican nrmy officers who had been was that of cleaning the ot the Consolidated organization and given charge of all public instruc- ancient and notorlaus fortress pris- cast over the State of Kentucky. Dr. Bond has full information on the other defendants were said to be tions and who needed native help, on of San Juan de Ulloa, In the harthe Red Cross was able to place prac- bor of Vera Cruz. It was evident that all the shipments and will be able to members of the Consolidated. tically every applicant. The indictment was returned late the fortress had never been cleaned locate every animal In the course of The 6,000 medical and surgical in its entire history of several cen- a few days. All those found to be In- Saturday afternoon, the last day ot the term of the grand jury and tho fected will be ordered destroyed. cahes dealt with In the succeeding turies, and tho filth was IndescribThe bulletin issued by the Ken- court. In the newspapers ' of tho weeks covered nil the ailments of the able. native population, ordinary and exAs an illustration, there was one tucky Livestock Sanitary Board was following day an open letter was addressed to the circuit Judge demandtraordinary, and the good records largo room In the Interior of the ns follows: show that more than two hundred prison, with very thick stone walls It Is now known that the disease ing a special term ot the court be varieties of Illness received atten- and stone roof, the only light and commonly called "foot and mouth called and an immediate trial be had. tion. ventilation of which came through disease," exists among the livestock Statements contained In that letter a few small slits In the walls not ov- ot some fifteen or twenty states In were the ones excepted to by tho Mevirun liurlal. er six Inches wide. The room was as the Union, among them the State ot Judge as reflecting upon the court, A few remarks about the burials dark as night and had no sanitary Kentucky. This disease is very easily the commonwealth attorney and the were paid for by arrangements of any sort. I had per- communicated, and while poultry is grand Jury, as well as almost simi(of which flfty-flv- o the Red Cross) may bo Interesting. sonally visited this prison in the not directly affected by it, birds ot lar statements contained in his affIn many parts of Mexico It is cus- summer of 1913. At that time there all kinds are great carriers ot it idavit filed a week ago, seeking to vacate the have Judge BIrkhead tomary, upon the death of n person, were COO prisoners confined in that among cattle, sheep and hogs. The Federal Government and the bench. family to go to a casketmak-e- r one room. I stepped to the door, as for tho and rent a casket (usually of the it was opened a few inches by the Kentucky Livestock Sanitary Board Wilson Jailed for Contempt. roughest and cheapest boards, and guard, but was not at all enthusias- are availing themselves of every posLater without lining) for $1.50 or $2 In tic about entering, because ot the sible means of confining this disease Judge BIrkhead cited Wilson to Mexican money, and the father or a terrlblo stench and maniacal outcries in Kentucky to local outbreaks. To male member of the family will put of the prisoners. The conditions wero this end, all publio markets have appear bofore him yesterday mornthe casket on his head and trot certainly no better In April, 1914. been closed until further notice. It ing, to file an answer in writing to homo with It. Ho also brings with Tons ot sulphur and other disinfec- Is deemed Inadvisable to have poul- show cause why he should not bo him candles, which he has bought, tants, largo quanttes of soap, much try shows, pet stock shows, or ani- punished for contempt for writing and artificial flowers and a robe or steam, and many days ot hard labor mal shows of any nature while this a letter last June to tho Judge ask- Ing an Immediate trial, in which ho shroud, which ho has rented for one were required on the part of the Am- disease is so prevalent. It ts therefore ordered Jliat all reflected on the grand jury. Mr. Wil- -. or two pesos more. erican soldiers and the native laborwhich tho A grave two feet deep has been ers before tho army sanitary officers poultry shows, pet stock shows, and son filed his response animal shows ot every description, Judge held was Insufficient and or-- 1 prepared and the annual rental of gave their approval of the plrson. one or two pesos paid In advance. Ail prisoners who were found to be abandoned unttl such time as this dered him to jail for 30 hours. He at 3 p. m. Then the body, shorn of Its rented be unjustly incarcerated, or confined disease Is eradicated from our State. will be released His lncaratlon was turned into a All associations and organizations Is rolled into on merely political charges, were re flowers and shroud, tho grave. The grave Is (tiled, and leased at once, and only criminals. I tor holding such exhibits will be gov- - regular hero demonstration by bis friends and he has the sympathy ot the casket, shroud and flowers are who had been Justly sentenced and erned accordingly. everyone. The jail yesterday after-- ! J. W. NEWMAN, carried back to the casketmaker, who had not finished their terms, Chairman, Kentucky Live- noon was crowded with bis friends d of where a. rebate of about who literally tilled the jail with stock Sanitary Board. (Continued on Eighth Page.) the deposit Is received. It at the end .'.rrrr: ..jFollows Outbreak of Stock 'Bradley Mexican City. at lf To Probe Night KMcr Attacks. WILL NOT Bowling Green, Ky Nov. 9. Action of alleged "night riders" who have been operating In Butler coun-'t- y wero reported today to Judge Mos3 i by Abe Bradley, road engineer ot Until Victory Perches Upon Butler county, and a lengthy con Banners of Allies. ference was held to see if some means could not be found to check the marauders. Judge Moss Is considering the cnlltng of an extra Turkey Digs Her Grave and Comterm of court, it Is said, in order mits Suicide By Entrance that a grand Jury probe of the entire matter may be undertaken. Into War. The operations In Butler county, so far, are said to have resulted In six whippings, and two of the "night London, Nov. 9. So far as dis riders" are believed to have been closed by official statements the sit ! wounded In an attack on one man's uation In the war theatres remains-unchangehouse. Greek Minister Recalled. Washington, Nov. 9. The Greek minister, Mr. Schllemann, announced today that because of a disagreement with his government's policy, which made it impossible for him to carry out certain Instructions he had received from Athens, he had been recalled, and that Mr. Vouros, former charge, had been Instructed to take over the Greek Interests. It was explained at the legation that the minster's differences with the government were over internal affairs only, and that all parties in ureece .are upholding the government's foreign policy. STOP virtually. hor-rlbl- panic-stricke- et J ( I ! I occur-Agrlcultu- es ( ! I ! ! - - deep-roote- house-cleanin- to-d- one-thir- In Belgium and northern France the allies and Germans apparently take turns In assuming the offensive, while both sides are bringing up reinforcements and preparing for a decisive struggle which is predicted for an early date. In the east the Russian hosts aro still driving the Germans and Aus- trians before them, according to a Petrograd dispatch. England's attitude and determina tion to carry on the bitter struggle until all demands ot the allies are satisfied were strongly set forth by Premier Asqulth at the Lord Mayor's banquet at London. The premier declared that Great Britain will Mrs. Wilson Dead. not sheath the sword until the PrusMrs. Blna Wilson, wife of James Wilson, died at her home near Green sian military domination is destroyRiver church, above Cromwell, last ed, and further announced that TurMonday morning, of cancer of the key, by her entrance Into the strugstomach. After funeral services hv gle, had dug her grave and commlt- Elder Thurman Moore, her remains I ted su,clde- Betore the same assemblage Field were interred in the family burying grounds Tuesday morning. Tho de-- Maraha11 Earl Kitchener revealed the ceased was a member of the Bap- - fact that a mlnion and a quarter of tist church and leaves a husband men are now undergoing military and three children two girls and tralnmS In England, and asked for a son. She was the niece of our more' ' South Afrlcan advices say the venerable townsman, Mr. W. B. Render, and a cousin of Postmaster forces under General Christian Bey- ers one r tne revolt leaders, had R. B. Martin. I been dispersed by the government Another War in Mexico. forces, losing nine killed and more El Paso, Tex., Nov. 12. War has than that wounded. There Were been declared between the Carranza 364 prisoners. They also report thaf and Villa elements of the Constttu- - General DeWet defeated n irnvprn- tlonalist army, according to advices ment command under Cronje and received at Juarez from of- DeWet's son was killed. ficials of the conclave of chleftan3 at Aguascalientes. Teachers' Meeting at Dundee. A preliminary battle has already Program to be rendered by teach occurred at Leon, between Aguasca- trs of Division 3 at Dundee on Satlientes and Queretaro, it was re- urday, Nov. 28, 1914. ported. Devotional exercises Rev. Van-hoGen. Pablo Gonzales, the Carranza Welcome address J. E. Mitchcommander, has moved his forces ell. Response Mrs. Birdie Mldkiff. from Queretaro north to Silao to "Are teachers' Meetings Worth meet the Villa advance. Gen. Manuel While?" Otis Stevens and Elton cnao, a Villa chieftain, departed to- - Huff. "Spelling, Your Method ot day from Aguascalientes with a Teaching" M. T. Gentry and Mrs. strong column. Marjr white. "How Correllate Geog- A message from official sources raphy with History" Miss Maude by M1uer and Arthur Mlnton. In Mexico City given out "How Rafael Muzquiz, the Carranza coun- - .Teach Writing to Beginners" sul general to the United States: Misses Eula Wooseley and Hajtto "The first chief Is at Cordoba. A Weller. "Illiteracy, I.tsv Effects on majority of the principal chiefs have the State" Mrs. Lula Hamilton and declared In favor of Carranza. Villa Dr. Godsey. "What Vou are to be, has called on the people to take arms, fyou are now Becoming" A. P. All the south and east Is loyal to the , Boswell. "Consolidated. Schools" first chief." C. K. Carson. S. J. Weller and "Should Domestic Science be taught? "Arizona's Largest Bank Closes. Phoenix. Ariz., Nov. 10. The Val- - 'How?" Misses Eutha Boswell, Mat- ley Bank, the largest financial Instl- - tie Wilson and Emma Wright. "Aro tutlon In Arizona, failed to open Its j We a3 Teachers Bettering Citlzon-doo- rs today The State bank Examin-- 1 ship." Everett Klrby, Ira Day and er is in charge. The bank had de- - Jesse Ford. "Benefits to be derived Entertainments" posits aggregating $2,000,000 but, rom Scohol according to statements today, had Miss Bessie Raley and Mack Martin, less than J30.000 on hand at the "Conservation of Health" Dr. Stew-clo"Why are most Dr. Duff. I art and of business yesterday. Representatives of the other banks ' of our Schools taught by young of the city went into conference lat- Teachers?" Byron Bean, Joe and Ira Bozarth. "Heredity er with Gov, Hunt and J. C. Callag-baState Auditor, and It was re- as a Factor in Teaching" Lyman nounced that the Valley Bank would Barrett. "The Relation ot Good reopen Its doors for business within Roads to Good Schools" Hon. W. S. Dean. "Odds and Ends" Supt. four days de- Ozna Shults. Social entertainment by The bank was surrounded by positors all day, but the announce- school. Teachers from other dtvlsons are ment issued after the conference ot bankers and State officers restored Invited to attend. A. P. BOSWELL. confidence to a large degree. MISS HATTIE WELLER. The decision not to open the bank L. G. BARRETT, for business today was the outcome Committee. conference between of an ofllcem of the bank and other bankFor Sale. ers ot the city. It was stated that the My library, consisting of The Cenbank's distress was due to inability Stodto realize on collateral. Its asslts, tury Dictionary, ten volums; dard's Travel Lectures, fifteen volhowever, are said to be unimpaired and the Institution entirely solvent. umes; The New Students' Reference E. J. Bennltt is president ot the Work, five volumes; History ot the bank, and Lloyd Christy, former Nineteenth Century, and many othAlso a mayor of Phoenix, vice president. ers all in good condition. The capitalization Is $150,000, and Stevens double barrel shotgun, good according to 'the last bank statement, as new. Also, my carpenter tools, W. R. HEDRICK. issued September 12, deposits total- tuil set. Hartford, Ky. 12tt. ed 12,220,000. ht y. to-dse an n, all-nls- o uaJamu wi am a ..J.Ufr- - U1A he, 'that, while I haJ an ambition to spirit of fairness and Justice In his . occupy a seat In the I'nlted States make-uthat has long been apparent GERMAN FORTRESS I senate, as my father had done, my to those who have been close to him entry into politics grew out of a de- - In business and social life. ,slre to old my friend, John C. ('. Mayo, who had a strong ambition to j Despondency Due to InillgeMlnn. go to the senate, ar.d Vansant, might It Is not at all surprising that pr- linvft ImllppAtlnn hnrnmn uant In lio irnirornnr. Sn t took nn In- - gnnft Si-rasDemocrats Were Not terest. Hy a trend of events, not of discouraged and despondent. Here 'SlUTCIidBrS Af tST Def 6I1S6 tO my shaping, I became a member of are a few words of hope and cheer Siven Full Support. JcLPcHieSC cLud British. the I'nlted States senate, and my for them by Mrs. Blanche Dowers, much appreciated appointment as Indiana, Pa. "For years my digestion such, by Goveraor McCreary has now was so poor that I could only eat Tob. Falls Off Heavily In Blue 'been ratified by the people of the the lightest foods. I tried every thing pnfi UOmeS Whpn Infantry Mifcp! X State. I now feel that I have been that I heard of to get relief, but not s grabjGrass Sections of amply honored, and that some other until about a year ago when I saw. Successful Charge On Democrat should be cho3eu govern - Chamber!alns Tablets advertised and Kentucky. Middle Fort. or." Senator Camden, however, will KOt a bottle of them, did I find the' is make a thorough analysis of the let- - right treatment. I soon began to Im- tors and verbal requests he has re- - prove, and since taking a few bpttles Cromwell, the'celved before he determlns upon his! of them my digestion Is fine." For II. ."!?? Thomas Toklo, Nov. T. It is ofllcUlly an- -' 'UttUvKy political writer for the final announcement in the matter. sale by All Dealers. nounced that the German fortress of SirMtil) Enquirer, has the follow-to- r. Tsing Tau has urrendered to the Jap- Commlsnloner of Agriculture John 1 iterating review of Kentucky's anese and British forces. W. .Newman, who is right now deeply v. Some Inside U Is officially announced that the vJrttcrt conditions In both parties jconcorned over the breaking out of Kindel's purpose In Introducing ,.. """ IIHJ IUUI "U itincuoc uti.ui.,, ,,, -- Mnl,,,!-,. ?l aifll 111 IMIIIkUlt UIJIJUl lUU SUf- -l tnnrolf .. 1..I.... rwa Hie ceptlon of the victory j cattle quarantined at Chicago, among occurred at ? 1(. Aornev General to book not render of the t0Ttr wit Republican congressmen. John thPm tt trlo 0f valuable herds of Jer-- ' 8Uspectlng a't tj,Bt tme t,at j',r,.3l. j midnight, when the Infantry charg-- 1 $ ' Vi. XiiRiy. or the Tenth district, and Eeys owne,, In Kntucisy. Is an avow- - j f,ent Ins. occupied the middle fort of the wIb01 ha( ved of ,h tawil. Powers, of the Eleventh dls- - C(1 candidate for governor, though he j,olutlo ,)!an whch as Klndel lme r ('crese- - " this operation of the Democratic party ,, y- -l t0 ratke fcVrt formal announce-- , J., waJ n;ere,v a on they took 200 prisoners. 7 mentT"e aerR,a"3 hIst,-'- Ule wh,te re-- ! i?T.iniI,V s f tl10 'ree- 'the ' ., K"el ....... t i1P?lnnf.nnvernor Tt.r.i tHey aspired at Edward J. ,...... .Li i. U lllUtLII .... I11H1I II ,It'll 'flag at 7 o'clock this morning at the I USLII wfcrtfMi: Ijiii an analysis of the re McDerraotr. who was one of the party anj asked bureau to see President Wilson. icatl,cr observation .show that the ticket was not nf sneaker on the Democratic sne 4 ...i Tsing Tau wiunn . -- .. Mihci .,. u linn iiii'i " ,, ,, it, ..iia.'i. .... uo ..... .... ., .. ........ . )nn The fall nf T.sinir Tnn piuIs t!i..,i 3n:or.'.l tne run unit generous sup- . . ..." Vn.n .... u.v...9 ,i, - iininMiiuifii iiiaL ino rcsniunnii iir i.w".. sri, inni vihvh on concerted views lino that he is seeking the guberna- j m,)st P'c'usque of the minor withdrawn. n.A anion. The Democratic vote was torial nomination, and It Is expected j Klndel insisted on assklng the I I,I,ases of t,le Sreat world war now f artvAtnui 55 per cent of that cast by some of his close friends that his j president a direct question, which raging. On tuo continents and in fVr T.?s"ant In 19ia. while the announcemnt will appear was whether the White House had many of the islands of the sen 2 formal candidates received n vote snortiy. unnroved of the Attorney General's where colonies of the warring na- oaA to "J7 per cent of that cast that While the names of State Auditor jactlou In allowing the decree to b'e tlons were Plantedjcomhats of more .vn presidential rac. The ,ess '"terest ''ave occurred: but y3? Henry M. Bosworth. Attorney - Gen - entered without a public hearing. ' or 51 yjouw in tills race dwindled to tho "ttle German concession on' eral Jam-- s Garnett. Judge John D. The President said that he and not!1" iVm. Jtian 12 per cent of what they Carroll, of the court of appeals, for- - the Attorney General was responsi - lho south slde of the Shantung peninsula of China, there has been mer school Superintendent ;nurning Senator Johnson N". McChesney and Prof. H. H.Harry V. ble. which astounded the Colorado going on since late August a re- -, Cherry, Representative, who had been fightto the United States senate iZaifi'-prominent in ing exorbitant freight rates In the fllirml: srnlp nf war. . tlinf frnm nil :ni. . . . .. ,T.it f I MnrMi 1 norf tlin Dam. of Bowling Green, are . .:. ' ' luuius, ua iiupucaicu nearly an uie '' ., , .. discussion of the probable candidates West for many years, .1nave recently ptircnnseai trom a. t,. i otrsiirfvoters gave him a plurality of tor tnis nomination, one oi tnese reiser ins recording of those battles in Europe J features r ,i. nrfftnai Ki, tho Uvrrimraiely 40,000 over William Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental. publicly that they will States sought to compel the Union that have resulted In the capture of .TTfe.Tijifi Uullltt and confirmed Gov-t'- have stated ho fortified positions. Hartfoni, Etna, Phoenix anil Fidelity, underwriters, which includes run. Pacific Railroad Co., to dispose of Jsmes II. McCreary'a Judgment The capture of Tsing Tau loses to the business written in nil the towns and villages in Ohio county. On the P.epublican side, former $120, SnO, 000 of the stock of the Vs r hexing the Woodford county Germany her last foot of posses- - J These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will he pleased to J I .wrtw-ynato buccecd the late Senator United States Attorney Ed Morrow, Southern Pacific Company on the stons on the Asiatic mainland, as Mt.ar from anyone in neeil of Insurance. Respectfully. of Somerset, brilliant nephew of the ground 'that this stock ownership VTiWiam O. Hradley. well as her last strategic position J " was in violation of the Sherman .. late Senator W. O. Bradley, has made faer Governor J. C. W. outside the German emnire in Uu- - .1 statement of his intention toltitrust Act. and had won the case In ron. w'no was chosen senator for the i VrfV ii.Tin of six years beginning seek the nomination of his party the Supreme Court of the United For nearly three months the little (Vl:rri next, received a majority of Among others who have been spoken States. garrison of 7,000 men. German The Supreme Court had by final was nearly wholly composed of rezifrcjft Il.SiOO over former Governor of as likely to make the race agalnst tTOTu-rtuE AVIlIson, but he was Morrow are M. H. Thatcher, of Lou- order directed that the Union Pa- - servists who were livlnir nr ilnlnt? frjitt! toy a large percentage of the isville, former scvernor of the Pana- - cific Railroad Company on or before business in China, has held on ma catl;l1 ZOIle' tu uc ,u,m bugncs8 in China, w .anient in Cnvlnnton. N'ownnrt. ' of MaysvIIIe. anJ William H. Cox.- uu., ,, -- , has held out former lieutenant gov- states circuit court ror the District against the land and sea Mt. Winchester, jrmsttm. Paris. attacks of " vnnr rilu nnH winnilw In Stfrii.g and other cities wliere II error of Kentucky. The miserably of Utah and have accepted by the Japanese, and of British detachsell Evinrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe ft&slvi of ments, both white and Indians. AXtlooiib are favored and tUc poor showing made by the Bull Moose court a plan for divesting itself o!wrI The Motors, which arc advertised in all reputable candidates Tuesday and the evident such stock, or in default the court losses are unknown, nvxny unit law is opposed. but reports In- i flfl rank;-bmagazines oi inu worm, x nis advertising Lutjgvvjjj-- ', below was directed to appoint a re- dicate that of vct leaden who are alflllat-it-t- ti strengthening of th G. 0. P. the allies was heavy. .campaign reaches thousands who have use the return of the wanderers is hav- ceiver for the stock. tlie Democratic party, liow-t- t. for portable and detachable rowboat ing an encouraging effect on Republi-- Bderiook to line up these sore The Attorney General conditional- Bet Cough Mcdiriiic for Children. motors, but who would have no use for launches on can leaders and they are saying that ly accepted a plan which provided in K'tWTii liut Inuy were unalle to account of lack of time and no summer homes. Wiite "Three years ago when I was llv-- j belter than an outside part that the Union Pacific was to Ing In Pittsburgh one of my children promptly for particulars as to how representatives are Tnem to swallow their resent-trun- .i tliey hav D with and protected. Begin operations at illlEviVl chance to wrest the state offices from sell to the Pennsylvania Railroad had a hard onlrl niwl rnupliml ilro-ul- . jiritl vole for IlecUliam. Tlie i once so as to aDUiin me lull Dcnetit oi the season. ' Company 3.1S.00O.O0O of Southern j fuly. L.pon ,e ndvce of a ,,ruRKlgt iLLLk 11"M snow Uiat many such voted for Dmocraic conrol next year. EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY Virt" Governor Willson, but the in The result of the prohibition fight Pacific Stock and receive in payment , purchabed a ,)0ttie of Chamberlain's ' 292 Walker Striet, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN being widely discussed in $42,000,000 Ohio, the the .tzif pnentnge of the disaffected Kentucky,is and it will very likely pre- Baltimore andof Ohio, stock of Com- Cough Remedy and it benefited him Railroad away from the polls rjni at once. I find it the best cough qoukU a large number claim cipitate a fight before a platform con- pany, the Attorney General obtainmedicine for children because It is vention wT" linn voted at all in the race which of the Democratic party ing from the court a few days' time pleasant to take. They do not object which shrewd observers predicted he and then, if no change Is made to the Democratic state central in which to consider the matter be- to taking it," writes Mrs. Lafayette v and Willson. ;hvrfi. would, in spite of the proclamations put the Tariff back to an American tI th:ction in many of the cities and executive committees, through fore giving his final consent. Tuck, Homer City, Pa. This remedy from Oyster Bay, and declared that basis, the temporary spurt will he The Attorney General laid the plan contains no opium or other narcotic, vre&r.tlitiwv iiDpreccilently large uum-E- .r Chairman Rufus H. Vansant. are ex the chief Issue before the country lost. pected to call early In the coming before the President and was order- and may be given . icratched ballotn. It is said to a child as con- was the election of an Tho beneficial effects of the tempo?yta! usmorriux llcpublicans scratched spring. It is entirely probable that ed to accept, subject to a public fidently as to an adult. Sold by all House, he would have be- rary embargo war has placed on foreigthe Republican party will have to hearing to obtain the wishes of the dealers. 'WTIfwvii and voted for Beckham and come n formidable candidate for the n-made goods carry their owu deal with the same question at their citizens and authorities of the twenty-seu the Camden-Bulli- tt race. istn-Republican nomination for the presi- lesson. platform convention or general con- ven by the States traversed vkoucess of Senator-elec- t Beck- The Results in New York. dency in 19 1G. His candidacy now Is The need for a return to tho Re railroads Involved. The case came nsMB"'tVji! In great measure to the ference of party leaders nxt spring. There was no harder fight In the Impossible. He not only embittered publican system of equitable Protcc- While Senator-elec- t Beckham back- up in the United States Circuit Court fsWrnlritiip, loyalty and political acu- Union than In the campaign In Now uupuiiiicans oy his activity, which tion was never greater than now, :siift of General Percy Haly, who for ed the fight for the county unit law, Tt St. Paul, and, to the surprise of York. Gov. Glynn was supported by all sensible people realized could when the Democrats are prating and while he has had the support of those who expected to protest, the rtliiir, epent virtually every day anti-liqu; league, he plan was accepted and the decree the national administration and by benefit nobody except the Democrats, about the war's suspension of Im IiIh time In behalf the Kentucky hour of several New York newspapers not but he has succeeded in demonstrat- - ports as a blessing In 'fil tils dbaraplon, and whose every has never stated publicly whether he entered without ,any apparent resist- generally favorable to tho president. ing that it Is not really necessary j Tho Democrats have disguise, tem-t- o found a and na- ance from the Attorney General's liatj been toward the sen- - is or is not for state-wid- e Ambassador Gerard had an equally take him Into account In future porary benefit in a wnr that Is cost- .cArr..j( ixk Uie goal of his ambition tional prohibition, but Judging from ifflcle. general and more enthusiastic sup political speculations. ing billions in treasure and millions It was the purpose of those convrf li3 lo). Everywhere Kentuckians, the statements made within the past There is another possible result In killed and wounded, throe weeks by some of his strong cerned In the mater from the pub-He- 's port for senator. Col. Roosevelt, iJiou'. regard to party affiliation, The Republican way is the sure viewpoint to show that tho plan while professing to campaign for of the New York elections. If Mr. riikvj r ;OKnlzed this ceaseless effort supporters there is a disposition in candi Whitman shall display during the way, the humane way. the safe way, the Beckham camp to sidestep tho of dissolution as offered was abso- Davenport, the Progressive . urn part ol the Frankfort boy for date, devoted most of his attention next year us much ability as an exc- - tho sure way. It costs nothing but trya. friend, and today they prohibition question within the party lutely ineffective for the reason that to bitter atacks on Whitman, the Re- cutlve as ho has shown as district a few lines on the statute books and as long as possible They are not in 'he financial policy of the three rail- .ir. Ki cs him full praise for his favor of having publican nominee. In one speech, attorney in Greater New York, he absolutely guarantees to American A) It threshed out on a rimrt rnmnnnles were nil In tlm hands Actitrtciuiint. wlllch was from one end will loom large as a Republican pres- - capital and labor opportunity to prestr.ntt. Huloy, tills week saW that convention floor. At least they are of Kuhn, Loeb & Company, and that j of the stat0 to tl, otlier- - he n,a(le a idential possibility. There are many per. Illnghaniton (N .Y.j '.his purported dissolution did not 5vwiei'ds to retlro from politics and not now feeling that way. of presidential size, but universally Interpreted as That element of the party which separate the properties any more l6taten,ent rrsrjr"' 'n a IxiHiuess, liut those who iiii'uiiiiik inai uie election nt uiynn most of them are too old or not well than before suit was brought. Ii hi well predict that he will has been on the side of licensed saUrm.im Remarkable Cure of Croup, Representative Klndel refused to was preferable to that of Whitman. enough known throughout the coun- - j ( iriiHul behind the scones next year loons and standing for better police ' Wadswortli, tho Republican nominee try. The eyes of the nation will be on ..Ugt wntcp w, " Vba'f of tho Democratic ticket for regulation of tho liquor traffic Is back up. but the administration was able, by he President's club over for United States senator, was llke- - Gov. Whitman and If ho shall have lln'1 croi,p ' Rot hlm a ,)0ttl of oiliucR. Just as lie was behind strongly in favor of putting the ques wis0 "sailed. The chief argument us made good as governor by cor.ven- ertivv rn this light, as the chief aid tion directly up to a convention and Congress, to cause the resolution to ed agliibt him was an alleged lack tion time in 191G ho may be well ninberlaln's Coirgh Remedy. I In tho oilico of the be pigeon-hole- d W. auv. TrnsiHuror Thoiiius S. llhea, determining whether or not It shall of ability to fill a post which had considered as a presidential candl- - honestly believe It sav.ed his lifo," v.nc,-- - work sin state rampaign clialr-Hwibocomo an Issue In the campaign for Committee on Rules. been adorned by Senator Root. To date. Globe Democrat. writes Mrs. J. B. Cook, Indiana. Pa. is effective and fruitful. It state offices next year and whether Senator Root must bo ascribed much "It cut tho phlegm and relieved his Commissioner' Sale. or not tho adoption of u constitufr 3.w,crteil and apparently Your Cough. Try This of the credit for Wadsworth's eleccoughing spells. I am most grateful Pursuant to a Judgment and order tion. Ifo recently wrote him a that Halny lias larked his tional amendment permitting a vote Thousands of people keep cough- for what this remedy has dono for letter ib.'fr. in front of llhea and will back upon the subject shall bo indorsed of sale of tho Butler Circuit Court, for publication in which ho declared ing because unable to get the right hlm." sale by all dealers. to tlin next gonoral assembly. The wet I will on Saturday, Nov. 7, 1914, behim Tui htnto uudltor. thut of all young men of the presnt remedy. Coughs are caused by Inonly new face In the Kentucky fellows believe that a majority of tho tween the hours of 10 o'clock a. in. he The considered Wads.worth had tho flammation of Throat and Bronchial people of tho state, though thousands and 2 o'clock p. m at Balzetown ri .W,;iiHn t the Sixty-fourt- h brightest promlso of signal service Tubes. What you need Is to soothe of them have voted whiskey out of und also on the headwaters of Six- to will bo Hint or D.ivid II. his State and his country. This high this Inflammation. Take Dr. King's KWnmiloe, of Madisonvllle. who Is to their counties, ure not In favor of es' creek, Ohio county, Ky., sell at eulogy was cattered broadcast and Now Discovery, It penetrates tho The most economical, cleansing and Mvrtvut Kepriiiciitiaivo A. () Stanley closing tin saloons In the largo cities. public auction to tho highest and best had much to do with steadying the delicate mucous lining, ratses the germicidal of all antlsoptlca la it lIwidorMun, Stanley (irobably could Tho writer found, In talking with bidders one saw mill, boiler and en- wavering column. Phlegm and quickly relieves tho conhnyv rftntluiiud In roiiKress another dry Democrats in several of tho Wes- gine of tho Cusu make, engine 15 a The results In New York have a gested membranes. Get a fiOc bottle tviJtt a ilouii temiK, maybe more, had tern mid Southern Kentucky coun- liorso power. Also one boiler and en- manifold meaning. They show that from your druggist. Dr. King's New iwit lit uinblllou to occupy a seat ties lust week, that thorn Is a strong gine noar Balzetown. Said machinery New York Is not putting In Its time Discovery quickly and completely ii, M fcii:itc led him to make the basis for this sentiment. will be sold on a credit of threo "thanking God for Willson," any stopped my cough" writes J. It. A coluble v.w. lor rioiiiliintion aginst Bcckhani Antiseptic Powder to Senator Johnson N. Camden's pub- months to pay a debt of $205.00 with more than tho rest of tho country Is. Watts, Floydalo, Texas. Money back bo dissolved t MCrenry mid to burn his bridges lic declaration of approval of tho in- Interest from Oct. lfl, 1913 and $20 It means in water as needed. n that Col. Roosevelt's if not satisfied, but it nearly always M'tiind him. As a modlclnal antiseptic for douches come tax increased Ills popularity cost In case of John M. Carson Bankpolitical affairs has gone. So helps. In treating tSv.uator .loliiihiin N Camden, who! with tho voters at last Tuesday's ing Co., against G. N. Baize, etc. In long ns ho catarrh. Inflammation or stood for principles, or ulceration of noso, throat, and that Tiran );en numerously Importuned by election. Senator Camden pays more Butler Circuit Court. was supposed to stand for principles, Turin .Should .Make it Permanent, caused by foralnlno Ills it has no equal. frttwr 'and itherwlso to get into tho Income tax thuu any other one person tCta J. W. HOWARD. S. C. B. C. C. ho had a largo following. But when Trade in various lines of manu- For ten years th Lydla B. Pliikbutii rNrrnaturl(il ruce, this week Inform-i- f In Kentucky, und his declaration at his purposo becamo clearly one of facture Is picking up again because ModicluoOo.has rocommon 3d PaxtlueV' The writer that ho ut present has Versailles on October 2C, which was Important. rovengo, mingled with the futher-anc- e the war has raised a temporary bar- in their private correspondence witli t.H Inclination to seek further repeated at several points on tho Bear in mind that Chamberlain's goods a WOniOn, Which nniVft3 tin minnrlnrltv. of a future personal ambition, rier against foreign-mad- e Women who havo been cured say und that ho likely would route of the "Democratic Special" Tablets not only move the bowels but he was treated as he deserved to be. barrier favorable to American manu It Is wrt bo a candidato for governor. "worth Its weight la gold." At through Western and Southern Ken Improve the uppetito and strengthen If after his return from South Am facturers "The truth ot tho mutter Is," said lucky, impressed the people with the the digestion. For sale by all dealers. ' erica, he bad followed the courso But the war will end after a time Toilet qo.t Boston, Maui JMLYSiS I OF p I EECTIONRETURNS s aivEsjjp fight THE TRUTH! The world will be Now ' j ' it : bing for food. your i chance. tools We have the right 1 ' Hl-tor- the John Deere line iIH ' '' of Implements. -- Jrs A" ,, ,,,;,,, - -- -- ,.. '-- d ' - tr'! -- . ... '- ., ,i. .. t I Williams & Miller BEAVER DAM, KY. ' i h I NEW ----- INSURANCE AGENCY! .c.a ' vi i.. ) I I Deck-Barn- ic r : E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartford, Ky. : ..... ' p.cc ! ' " " Jy Hec-vty-- n' y in-rj- i TB Ofll-ws- r iuuf-Tftoni- f n-t- - PU"si ( Republl-Republlca- can-Heral- I tuU j c- con-.Tv- SPECIAL TO WOMEN tZ&.Mlll& Influ-oncoj- tRL f wnu tho Inventor pointed nt the refusal of the government to use his plans, and he held of many plans for tho Rrcatcr x of the navy, and ns early as nn opinion, which may have been 11 ISia he was urglm; tho necuHslly of delusion, that they were communiWAR adapting stcr.m power and hcrow pro- cated to the Pruned Government nt pellers to ships of tho line. He spent tho time of tho Crimean wor. In as much as $80,000 from liln own 1K00, a fow mouths before ho diod, purpose, with Imt he wrote: pocket for Has Invention so Deadly little remit t. that tho ruli'ii of (Jeorfiu "Should a war over arise between In IV. he sulmiltted tils war plan to England mid France the latter powor Will Annihilate Armies. Lord Exmoiilh and Lord Keith, hut would hrliifj warlike engines Into t In y expnwod an opinion that for piny to which rifled cannon were n the welfare of the human race it was trifle, yet I repeat, and the asser Lord Dundonald Had Process of advisable that the nohlc lord should tion will 0110 day be confirmed, that carry his secrpt with 111 to the uravo. these plans alTord tho Infallible Slaughter So Terrible British Lord Dundonald was, however, not means of securing at one blow our easily rebufful. llo induced the maritime superiority mid termlnat- Rejected It. to ruhmlt the plans to a se- lug war by one conclusive victory." The above may not apply to war- -' cret committee, ronsisthiK of three admirals and two aclentlfle persons, fare In 11)14, and tho secret wnr plan London.- - M. Tiiriln, the Inventor who reported that, In their opinion, may Ioiir ago have been destroyed of muliulto, (lectures lie lias Hindu mi the plan would he perfectly Infallible by the authorities ns valueless and Invention which will modify ull pres- and irresistible, hut Inhuman, and out of date, there hj a possibility ent military tiictlcti ami render all for this reason they would not advise however remote, of Its being still ef(lefenpeH llluslouury. Tho uiii'iny'H Its being used. All through the Crim- fective, and of its being In existence, in some or overlooked, ean war he and various members of forgotten force, ho HnyR, will lie annihilated I'arllament pressed the government. lusty recess at the War Office. One by its use and Bciiernl disarmament 1( thing, however, is certain, that If Rv It consideration. will he the result. .Moreover, he Is At lonclli Lord Palmcrston sub tho secret plan has been superseded reported to have declared that the mitted It to Professors Faraday, by modern Inventions we havo deFrench minister of war has decideil I'layfalr and (irnham, who reported scended to depths of lnlninyinlty Infavorably, and in May, lSfifi, Lord conceivable In the past, when It was to use the Invention. A statement like this at the presDundonald said he was prepared by rejected time after time as too to be employed. ent time must, of course, be taken the end of June, if his plana were with more than a grain "f suit, for adopted and his services were acceptIn previous times of stress inventors ed, without fee or reward, to demol- It lteally Does Relieve lUieimiatlMn. ish every Russian fortress In the Instruhave hinted at marvelous Kverybody who Is alfllcted with ments of destruction that have as it llultlc nt an expense of less than f Rheumatism in any form should by Hut the offer was declined. has turned out, proceeded rather ill means keep a bottle of Sloan's from a patriotic wish that did them Tin1. nature of tho plan has, of Liniment on hand The minute you eredit than from actual knowledge course, never been made public, hut feel pain or soreness In a Joint mus-Mand experiment. For Instance, during in one of the reports made by tho bathe It with Sloan's Liniment. secret committee, they say: war, Mr. the Spanish-America- n )o not rub It. Sloan's penetrates al- "After mature consideration we 'iiost Immediately right to the seat said he could produce some terhave resolved that It Is not desirable rible engine of warfare vaguely if pain, relieving the hot, tender, be as either explosive or of pre- (hat any experiments should swoolen feeling and making the part viously unknown power that would juade. We assume it to be possible easy and comfortable Get a bottle destroy the fleets and urmle in that the plan contains power for if Sloan's Liniment for 2 cents of Inct, that perfect anulhilator with producing the sweeping destruction my druggist and have it in the house vhleh we are familiar In sensational the inventor ascribes to it, hut it Is against colds, sore and swollen fiction of the Jules Verne or II. G. 'clear that the power could not he joints, rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatretained exclusively by this country, Welts stamp. ica and like ailments, our money Hut, although we must discount because Its first employment would back if not satisfied, but it does give to a large extent as mere dreams, develop Its principle and action." almost Instant relief. tiuch assertions made In times of exThey went on to say that "It was citement, we can not overlook the greatly to Lord Dundonald's credit One More Word on the Klection. fact that there Is, or should he, in 4 lift t It It nil it rtt itaercmi li to snniirtl Senator Stone, of Missouri, and v the possession of (he British War other Democrats who are trying to Office, a plan which lis Inventor was f,lnn8 wne serving In war as naval 'l make it appear that the election positive would destroy entire armies commander In chief to the forces of was an indorsement of the Adminisat one blow, and at a very small ex- other nations under very trying cir- tration at Washington are fooling pense. And that these plans were 110 cumstances, owing to the conviction no one. The returns speak for themvisionary invention, although .they that those plans might eventually selves and speak very plainly. Lack may now be called obsolete, can be be of the highest importance to his of confidence in the Democratic parproved undoubtedly. own country." ty Is written on the face of the reLord Dundonald, otherwise, known It is possible that the secret plan turns from practically every State as Thomas Lord Cochrane, their In may have been a forecast of some in which the "Administration's record ventor, first proposed them In 1811, modern high explosive, but there is was a factor in the voting. and nothing occurred between that evidence aginst this theory, for Lord The Democrats have 292 of the I.,...... was prepared to carry out 435 members of the House. As a result practicable Lord uutittonald, besides his plan at a very short notice and at of the elections on Tuesday they being n seaman of exceptional skill 'a small cost, while modem explosives will have only 230 in the nex House n lit was described by Sir Archibald require expensive factories and as Indicated by the unofficial returns. as "after the death of Nelson orate processes. Of their 292 members In the House the greatest naval commander of Lord Dundonald was very dlsap- - at present 134 are from the South and border States In which party performance cuts almost no figure. It was immaterial what the Democrats did in Washington or anywhere else, so 'far as concerned the voters of such states as Alabama, Georgia.Fror-ld- a Mlssippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, and some others. They were never In doubt, nor was their vote a measuro of discriminating approval. The party had the Smith's 134 regardless of its record. Deducting the 134 from the South the Democrats have In the House 15S votes from States in which party of politics is an issue. If the people had When you have found no remedy for the horrors that been generally satisfied and wished oppress you during change of life, when through the long to indorse the Administration, as Mr. Stone says they were, the party hours of the day it seems as though your hack would break, should have held its own or made when your head aches constantly, you are nervQus, degains where the people had an opporpressed and suffer from those dreadful' bearing clown pains, tunity to, express party sentiment. don't forget that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound It hot only fulled to hold Its own, almost one-habut lost fifty-ninis the safest and surest remedy, and has carried hundreds its entire representation in the North of women safely through this critical period. nnd West. Read what these three women say: ItJIfras the vote two years ago iu Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, New York, From Mrs. rlornung, Buffalo, N. Y. New Jersey, Connecticut, and other Ritfai.0, N. Y. "I sun writing to let you know how much vour States iu the North that put the medicine lms done for me. I failed tonifoly during tho last winter Democrats In overwhelming majority and summer and every one remarked about my appearance. I sufin Congress. The party lost all repfered from a female trouble and always had pains in my back, no resentation Iu Connecticut. It lost iippeuie and at tunes was very weaic eleven In. Illinois, eleven In Now I was visiting at a friend's house one day and she thought I needed York, nine iu Ohio, six In New Jersey lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable Compound. I tookit and have gained the President's own Stato; five in rignt pounds, nave a goou appetite aim am reeling better every daw Pennsylvania, four In Massachusetts, asking mo what I am doing nnd I lecommend Lydia fc. Everybody is Hhodo Island and Wisconsin. The l'inkham's Vegetable Compound. You may nublish this letter if vou Idea that the country has sustained wish and I hojie others who havo the same cflmplaint will see it ami get health from your medicine as I did." .Mrs. A. IIoknumi, VI the Wilson Administration Is a ghastStanton St., Buimlo, X. Y. ly Joke. Louisville Herald. TURPIN COULD thnt tine of t'ory" elll-cien- IT IS THE TARIFF AND NOT THE WAR ENDALL That Has Caused Uniform Depression in Practically All Do- mestic Industries. It will be impossible, iu view of the facts presented and they are supported by the figures to rharge that tho reduction of dividends on the common stock of the United States Steel Corporation from a 5 per cent to a 2 per cent basis Is forced by tho war In Europe. It has been forced by the Democratic Tariff.' Tho earnings of the corporation were very large until the new Tariff act was passed, and It was enabled for the past five years o pay a dividend of '. per cent which Is certainly not an extravagant return to the many thousands who have paid real money for their stock at varying prices from $50 to $04 a share. To 11 considerable number of these the dividends were in essential part of their income. Hut the vry first full quarter aft-Democratic Tariff went into effect mowed how disastrously that Tariff was acting upon that business, as it was on other business. The earnings 'or the first quarter of this year were $10,000,000 less than they were for the corresponding quarter last year under a Republican Tariff, and In the second quarter they decllcnd J20, 000,000. Here was n loss In bus- ness of $30,000,000 In six months, md that was before the war had bosun. After the payment of the dividend it the o per cent rate for the second uarcr of thl3 year there was a it d of $5,159,237. To have the 5 per cent rate for the 'uarter ended with September would save required $C,. 53,781, and, as a natter of fact, much less than one-la- lf that amount was available. A ,ear ago for the corresponding quar-e- r there was left a surplus of after paying the 5 per cent ate; this year on the 2 per cent ate the surplus Is only $89,479. These are eloquent figures. The var has nothing to do with them. They cannot be argued away on that iccount. They record with unmistak-ibl- e emphasis one of the serious remits of Democratic legislation on he Tariff. It Is only one, however, 'or a similar depression was felt In iretty much all the industries of the lountry months before the war. pur-mas- ed or de-Iccon-inue$11,-148,7- nt raj srjj FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN From the foundation of the Stule to tho entrant time Tho only coaplcto collection in cxl.tcace Ticlurciof nil Prrlileat 1 of tl e t'nltcd St.itcs. fromAuh-tnrto- n to 'tn. I'L ,s of Jl N.ulojln lolur-- . 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Svc. i.u. -- H elw, xrtford Republican. u.ttr lw nt thf Vottntr.tr ! orcrrititr Rtrfi Kt.. h iluUto .rt'nrd, tkr tttuLtl u,or- tion ,0 ,he courtGOVERNORS MEET Judge Jno. T. Jackson Seed corn, nty anu grana jury, mis ne very. (properly declined to do and lie was. its selection, care and germination. IN CONFERENCE E. G. Austin Commercial fertilvrell within his right when he did isers. so. Think of asking a man to npol-- i Dr. S. I). Taylor oglze to a set of "pood" grand Jurors Alfalfa. j c;"1'" Rowan HoIIirook Crimson clovC. M. HARNETT, Editor & Proprietor who had Indicted lilni and held the Important Subjects Are Down er and Poy beans. ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor Jail doors open for lilni, without n Satin titi.i , Nov. US !:o) a. in. particle of evidence upon which to For C. I.. Tyloi basr- - !t: as It now appears. If Mr. county ngent, Hop-jki- n to, ninjro nad no evidence with which to Address all cotnnninlcations roui.ty Agricultural ! convicted, Tte Hartford Republican. it Is presumed the grand W. K. Trarla County ngtnt. Jury had no evidence to Indict. It Dr. rred Mutchler had not gotten away. At least that Madlson, Wis., Nov. 10. ProbSoil NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Noon Arc we living in lems connected with the regulation Is not suggested. ti ti itMltlne th t'Hr Pot ,nl .Mm. Wolcott Ruwn, or In the 6th Judicial DIs- - of corporations so that while complyoddrw. tr.qt pivrtiiroM midnwf ib nHkiaetb Domestic Science nqtii-- t lion. It. C. Terrel trict of Kentucky, United States of ing with the laws of one State they Public Roads .V Local ami VtilW" IT w lit Holt. il America? There will be a splendid showing are not discouraged ly different laws per Mb. f"f i Rd'll'lonHl lftloti. We are not Attorney for Mr. Urad- - from doing business In another State made by our corn and tomato clubs, OWtnirl . lloolntinn- - ami l nrd uf Tlnlt V r.- ,u- -., 1 pr tine mnt,- -r II adrah. . brought up for solution before and other exhibits of corn, tobacco, ley Wilson and have no special Caarih N'otlfn lor rrl' frw, I'Ut ftttawr son to defend him and will not do so the seventh annual Governors con- - pumpkins, alfalfa, etc. If you have 'lt-- . hcreh aitTrrtl'tflrBtp. .v We are ference which opened a five days' something good on your farm bring tll rMt A ton Tin in rorMonni' Ilori do when he is la the wrong. a sample and let us see it. atUMIcr.. in favor of law and order. We be session here today. Other noted speakers and experts The eccutives of more than half lieve In protecting every citizen In all of his God given rights, as well as the States In the country, many will be on hnnd and address the InC'j.ra.ccrICLa.i :zs those guaranteed to him under the former Governors and Governors-elec- t stitute on Fruits, Grains, Hay, Soil were presnt when Gov. Francis building, Livestock and Poultry. laws of our State and Nation. Under Mrs. Wolcott's lecture on Domesthe same idea, we believe in giving K. McGovern, of Wisconsin, called FRIDAY, NOVKMRKR Bradley Wilson a square deal. He the meeting to order. While the ques tic science will be a treat. The la- 'did not get it in Daviess county, if tlon of making uniform State laws idles should not miss It. Remember has long been under consideration the dates, Nov. 27 and 2S. Cojne The statement accredited to Chair- reports are true. We are opposed to stay and get the benefit. Ladies the cowardly Night Riders and the at the conferences the delegates o of, the Democratic Conmen Pence gressional Committee, that the Re- cowardly Posum Hunters, but the clared that finally definite plans especially invited. publicans had won an "Invisible vic- worse than farce enacted in the Da- were Hearing completion for remov- Notice viess County Circuit Court, in our ing what was called a discourage- tory" will do to go along with PresiI now have my new feed and meal DO NOT TRY TO MAKE THAT OLD OVERCOAT hard opinion, has done more to encourage ment to business. dent Wilson's "sycological" Three Important discussions arc mill Installed and will grind on Wedthis class of lawlessness than any times. "DO" ANOTHER WINTER. GtUE IT TO SOME thing, which has happened in twenty- -' to be opened. Gov. Charles It. Miller, nesdays and Saturdays until sufficin of Deleware, will discuss uniformity ent freezes take the sap out of the five years. Only recently a A pood deal has appeared In the POOR FELLOW WHO NEEDS ONE AND BUY YOURI will grind every day. newspapers of late deprecating the former members of the Ohio County of conditions Imposed by the States? corn, when by an upon outside corporations; Gov. Ed- -, Can make either bolted or unbolted Fiscal Court were indicted introduction of the religious issue SELF A NEW ONE. ward F. Dunne, of Illinois, will ills-- ! meal. Can also make any kind of feed into New York state politics. It will Ohio county grand Jury, and some of them were so worried that they al- cuss uniformity of laws in safety and out of corn, or can grind your wheat' be recalled by some that Gov. Glynn LOOH BETTER AND YOU WILL DO BETTER.. sanitation, and Gov. William Spry, Into feedstuff. wts the one who first introduced most lost their minds. When the of Utah, will consider State control cases came up for trial they were W. E. ELLIS, this issue, when as Governor of New WEIBOUGHTA LONG LINE OF OUERCOATS AND of natural resources. lCt4 Hartford, Ky. York he vetoed a bill passed by the dismissed for the want of evidence. Taking up a charge which he said This thing has gone far enough. The legislature according religious liberty CAN SUIT AND FIT YOU. iWE PUT A SHORT ta the Christian Scleitiss. Christian Commonwealth's Attorney ought to had been made against the Univer FATHER SEES SON grand Jury sity ot Wisconsin that It had entered Science voters bulk large in New know whether or not the PRICE ON THEM TO SELL THEM FAST. is simply Indicting Innocent men for politics. President Van Hie. of that'! York and it seems that crows spoke pn "The State fiQbtime. Moreover, the Circuit ji'dgo institution, KILLED BY AUTO cpme home to roost. WE CAN ALSO SELL YOU THAT SUIT YOU should citd the members of iuf University and the St3te." ' "TJils university has sever been "good," grand Jury or his to appear NEED AND EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO WEAR The Democratic administration at before ltiul aild explain why they in- in fav6r of any political party or George UwIs Age(j Struck Washington Ik still in, thfe minorlty.as FROM YOUR HAT DOWN. dicted Bradley Wilson without any jSwi! b'y the laie election. By add- evidence. If they permitted them- everyone will doubtless concede the When He Heeds Parent's ing the Progressive and Republican selves to be used as the tool of sonic reasonableness of iJie proposal that Warning Cry. vote in Indiana, the Democratic can- man, or set of men, to break down the professors should be free in didate for United States senator the reputation of their fellow man teaching political science and soci.would have, been beaten by G0.000 and through that means break up ology, it Is sometimes said that they The following account of the death i mfcjorlty. The same is true of Cali- some lawful opposition in buslaesj,"j ire likely io be loo radical. of Jlje little son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. ' fornia, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Ore- they are "It is doubtless true that men who D. Lewis from an auto accident, the worst of criminals, be- d gon and other states. Without the di- cause, on top of it all, they nave arc advancing knowledge in the sub UJ !asl w?ek's issue, is laWj' they would have lost both vision INCOR,ORATeD violated their oaths. Talk about con- jects which tUej' rrQless. are. likely 4 ?.,. . . an !..!- exas. paper: branches of Congress, and had an tempt. The most dangerous thing in some cases to be somewhat In ad- - 'lv"J election been on for the presidency, which could happen to any free peo- vance of the development of public is tho father moked on hclp- they would have been beaten in the ple would be to have their court, or opinion, but if a university wero not, lessly, George Jr., the son electoral collge overwhelmingly. any arm of it, get into contempt be free to assist in conservative advance of Mr. nbd Mrs. George D. Lewis, it would not be worthy the support 1124 Main Avenue, was knocked fore the bar of public opinion. Through the kindness of Mr. C. down and almost instantly killed on of a free democracy. Personally, we have the highest P. Keown we have been shown a "A State university should be free San Pedro Avenue opposite the car sample ballot used in the late elec- regard for Judge Blrkhead and Mr. to teach and investigate all subjects barn by an automobile belonging to Rlngo, but we have no more regard Mrs. T. C. Frost Jr. and driven by tion in Horney county, Oregon. It -for their rights under the law than In which people are profoundly inwas eent here by Mr. Keown's son, This Is not engaging in pol- H. M. Hogau, chauffeur, jesterday for those of Bradley Wilson, or the terested. Chester Keown, who resides there. poorest, afternoon at 12:15 o'clock. The child lowliest citizen who treads itics. It Is a fundamental necessity." It is very Interesting in many ways. started to criiiw the street In advance only regular business on The God's foot stool. We hope the Judge Because" of XUS Planner in which it program was a report by Gov. of the father and little Dorolhy Aikand Attorney will at once take steps is printed, it becomes' an; educational en, who was accompanying them, to investigate the actions of this Emmet O'Neal, of Alabama, on rural Requirement, to some exterif? it has "good" grand jury when tho auto was seen coming down credits. and unless they .ind no large circle, or evert do their usefulness as officers of the In the course of his welcoming the hill on San Pedro Avenue. ww jw AtrZ ar J'Corae hacjf, George." Mr. Lewis the names of law will be seriously impaired. address Gov. McGovern said: nmall squares op$6SUe JTpjXJJSCT "Whether flttixl fnn leauursnip or called, and the child started to recandidates. In fact. tlicrO TATB no -The grand lury system is getting r ot Whether he likes it or not. the turn. tmrlv llfkptK nn tlin linllnl All till' I are It was too late for the chauffeur candidates for the' same office are I !jw rtiVrfepuCe hllyWa?, , governor of each state must, for the Up Of the car and 0 HiG box. the Court, and time being, be caU KrOU'.nfl nnrl niimliprnil. The Votef the politcal leader to apply the brakes tlhlW U,e the child was knocked unconscious. of his people, In all matters affectmust slamp for each Sundldu'lc Kl make long stump speeches ing Uie State they look to Him. They His skull was fractured and a leg " whom he desires lo Vote and utamps placed 111 the In which they dilate on the. morals, cannot very well do otherwise, for was broken, He was opposite t)i,'hamc and between K At'.am hulne. Doctors Tf ie and ethics of the universe from they have neither tlU time nor the automobile und takn nr.d the number. Oil tins particular di were down, not forgetting to swell the opportunity to fllld out what others ?.lcCamish had ballot there Were V9 candidates and , ...1.1. .t.t- - ....... I...ll..t.l..nl Im. hul the child was dead before doing as Oregon has the inltlativo and ref- jurors nun men unu imuuuuui portance and added dignity, because ..Tlle snori and simple course Is they reached the home. erendum, there were also submitted of their exalted positions. Meanwhile j Mr. Lewis was taking, his foil and j j 'w the others through 32 acts of the legislature up for ratititThe ballot Is 20 x 30 Inches the audience is wnispering ami ap- - him. ThUA the Governor may, 1o held Dorothy Aiken, who tilso resides nt fication. tering. When at last the court responsible for many matters with 1124 Main Avenue, for a short outand would require some ability and I.O...IH h .ore...... upu.i w. h,ch ,)e persolmy had. nothing to ing at San Pedro Springs when the intelligently. lime to vole of the Attorney, or some court ofll-- f Jf u,cs0(1 for accident occurred. Dorothy led the 0 may eyen ,)0 rial and tho JurorK retire to their ,)IngB he ,lmB0,f oppweiK ,Ie muy chilli by the hand until the trio TAMPERING WITH .R'STfCE. rumors, audi r(,celvo cre,u for H,WvPni01tH ,le were about to cross San Pedro AveSome months, ago a Daviess coun- secret place, tollmen to ., up- . ....... nue near the Springs entrance. Then 1)lanne(, nor ty grand Jury, or more properly an indict some ono on suspicion or cownnny away and 'Address ters not; he Is the visible ln-aOwensboro grand Jury, for there on the evidence of some of the George suddenly Jerked eight or ten of tho twelve citi- cur, who has a spite to vent and who State and the pecplo are accustomed started to run. A street car which were FARMERS' zens of the city, returned an Indict- would not face he man he ecutes to look no further. Clothed as he Is was approaching In advance of the DEPARTMENT "world. This with vast offlcj.al and political power, automobile as well as the father's ment against Bradley Wilson in in open court fot tho 'leabt four fifths he Is expected cry probably warning caused the which he was charged with conspir- must be so, for at to get results." child to become confused. persons. of all the "truo biYls" returned are ing to intimidate certain nvVaV, for want of .V 'TBXJVS WtiNDKIt. The body was prepared for burial The bill was returned on tho last day dismissed or filed Undertaking The Tevas "Wonder cures kidney an by the Shellcy-Lorln- g Implored prosecution, 'arid Ms Is not only of court and Mr. Wilson Judge Blrkhead to bold a special true of this IruL of every other dis- blatffior trdtibles, dissoUes gravel, Company. The funeral will be held term to give him a trial at once, as trict. In the mean time, If the ac- cures dltbtites, "weak tnd lame backs, at the home at 3 o'clock this afterhe did not want an indictment hang- cused, whu is never to be tried, can- rheumatism, it'lld all Irregularities of noon. Interment will be In Mission INCORPORATED. ing over him until November, the not give bond he goes to jail, nt tho ilia klllneys and bladder in both men Burial Park. ' ffWKXSHORO, Tho pallbearers will be J. B. Crow, KKNTPCKY. nearest court term. This was de- expense of tho tax payers, for days, null women. Regulates bladder trouK. Flannery, S. L. Callton and nied him. At the time Wilson claim- weeks und often for months. Vfc bles In children .If not sold by your iivtlb-cedruggist, will send by mall on re- W. B. Hazlett. ed the charge was a "frame up." La- make the statement that the Mr Lewis is a teller at the Trac- norlty both made speeches against man who Is Indicted by a gruhU ceipt of $1.00. Ono small bottle Is Mr. Rlngo, the Commonter, when jury, no matter If he Is triumph- two months' treatment, and seldom tion Company offices. He came to the enactment ot what was at that wealth's Attorney, was In Hartford legislaion. Let the time the writer bald to him that he did antly vindicated by a "Jury 'iff 'his falls to perfect a cure. Send for tes- San Antonio with his wife and llltte 'DembcTas cover up and make such peers," never recovers from its ef- timonials from this and other states. son from Hartford, Ky. not like the looks of the Bradley in 1 explanations as they can, the people and that he fects, there will always remain n Dr. K. W. Hall, 2K2C OUve Street. St. Wilson prosecution, Farms Kor Sale. (1 firing the next mouth will learn, If soro spot, which discredits the In- I.otils, Mo. Sold by druggists. 30ty hoped there was sufficient evidence Large and small farms nt a liar-- , tTioy do not already know, the real to warrant It. Mr. Rlngo disclaim- stitutions of his country in his esSTOP AT TOE gain. ELI WESLEY, Agt., cause of the enactment of this bill." Funnel Institute I'lomm. ed any knowledge of the facts. The timation and warps his 'good citizenHartford, Ky. Cumberland 'phone. Representative Treadway. Boys' Corn Club and Girls' Tomato case was called one day this week ship and cools his love of country. 1 Let the DemocnitH Kxplaln. for trial and he promptly entered a He has no resourse against the au- Club. Hartford, Ky., Nov. lust In New Goods. The Ohio County Farmers' Instiwar revenue "bill, In "Tho motion to dismiss on the grounds of gust body which Injured his good Hominy, Snowflake HomCrushed tute and Corn and Tomato clubs will tho first place, the name Itself is a no evidence to support the charge. name and must suffer In silence. Hominy Grits, Currants, RaisThe grand Jury system should bo hold a two days session at the above misnomer. This country Is ut peace iny, Before this Wilson had filed an affins, Citron and Sweet Pickles Juman age place and on the above dates. with all the world. We are neither idavit In support of a motion for the abolished. It is a relic of 1LER & BLACK. ' Kilday, Nov, u. m. at war nor are we in need of war bo, too. Judge to vacate the bench, alleging which we have 'outgrown. ' FRANK ECKEKT, Prop, beHon J. W. Newman, commissioner revenue. Comparisons arc made Another thing if wo were Judge (bat tho court, the Prosecuting AtTake . Notice. Domestic Animals, tween this bill and the act of 1898. H.H.ECKRT,At(ir. tfnil the poorest devil 'in ot agriculture torney and the grand jury had con- of a Court A liberal reward (softer-c- d Reward spired to bring about the indictment. all the land 'should come into court their 'diseases, and how to prevent At that time w wero engaged in war by an invalid for the restoration and needed the revenue to support $1 Up, Judge Blrkhead declined to vacate and file an affidavit swearing he same. Eiinpean Plan Round TableWhat I did and the th Army and Navy of 'tho United of a policy which he lapsed while in entered a denial of the allega- did not think he could get justice and results. General discussion. States. The speeches of the gentle- good health. Address "Shortsighted," tions contained in the affidavit. When in tho trial of hlB caso we would ; Awarding prizes to Corn and To- men advocating this hill today, made No. 13 Short Street. The Judge whorerUscs motion to dismiss was made he the Talk with C. P. KEOWN, Agent, mato clubs. at that time, make pleasing reading - lo do so lays himself liable- - to sus called Wilson before him und underThe Hat tfvrrf Kepubhcato ftli toeeks Noon. now. The present Speaker of the State Mutual Life, ot Worcester, took to bluff him Into withdrawing picion and hurts himself far worse 13tf for $1.00. Dr. U. K. Tichenor Farm sanlta- - House and the able leader of the nil- -' Mass. the affidavit and offering an apolocythan 'he hurts the defendant j i t i i m-'lrea-.we- re ' f-- r if COME, :! !3W SOmW W l. SLIP INTO A SWELL, NEW ' OVERCOAT fill IP B ! V de-.t- " half-doze- j stl men-tione- CARSON & CO. 'i I Hartford, Kentucky. T io-da- -- -" .... Telephones v on Farms srt 50c per Month and nn tplpnriMh "wip'w J?y f sJf va: 4i i&.te...lf rhftP! nri i;nnt- sum-mone- 'tare ,.. farm write for our free booklet telling how you may get service at t V small cost- ....., iilNE I Cumberland Telephone 3ficl Telegraph Company ut i When Louisville 27-2- 8. 5th Avenue Hotel 270: Millinery Specials ,l VV The season is now far enough advanced that early buyers of miliinery are thinking of late Winter hats. By receiving every week new stock, we are prepared to give you the very latest. If you are needing that second Hat, see Mrs. Lynch, who will be with us a few weeks longer. By so doing you can rest assured that you are getting the very newest at a low special price. Besides millinery we have some very attractive bargains in Long Coats and Coat Suits. If interested call, AND RE- l'liintturc !'ir Hale- - One good sideboard nnd one good, large ward robe. Both In good condition nnd will SHOOTS HIMSELF lie sold at a big bargain. Can lie examined at Hartford, Ky., at my mother's residence, l'or price address, J. NBY FOSTER, S. G. Clay, Prominent Bourbon I'lilllpp, MIhh. it Tlie Gallic and Fish Commission Is sending n special warden Into this county with Instructions to enforce the (,'ntiic laws. The commission hopes this warden will not have to make arrests, hut he and his local deputies will actively cover the county Irom this date to the end of the season, and violators will he punished. A Brent many people In this vicinity felt a dlstnnt earth quake last Monday night about ten o'clock. Windows ruttled and frumu houses wire shaken. One old colored man Kot up, niude up his fire and went all around his house to make sure no ono was playing a prank on him. The shock only lasted about three seconds. MM&1& WEATKERBII jn County Man Suffers Flesh Wound. Lieut. Prank II. Lussu, of Frankfort, was here Wednesday, inspecting and surveying the military equipment of Company II. The property of the company has recently been removed to the hall leased from the and K. of l lodges nnd I.lcut. Shown lias been busy during the past week arranging the property for survey proceedings. The company will be enlarged. In accordance with recent orders, to 7.'1 men and the additional equipment necessary to outfit the extra squad of eight men will soon be shipped from the arsenal. Mabonle Paris, Ky., Nov. D- .- The Hon. Sidney 0. Clay, former Representative nnd promliH'iil farmer, shot him-- 1 self In the abdomen this afternoon with u revolver at his country residence near Purls. Mr. Clay's wife and daughter are at present In New York, having recently arrived from ' ' Europe. He telephoned to James McClure, of this city, asking him to call. Mr. ' Clay was removed to a Lexington hospital. It Is not believed the Injury will prove fatal. Mr. McClurc, who reached the Clny home shortly after the shooting, stilted when seen lute that Mr. Clay had made no statement to It I in at any time while he was at the Clay home. Condition Not Serious. Lexington, Ky. Later The Hon. Sidney G. Clay, who shot himself at Paris this afternoon, was brought to the Good Samaritan Hospital In this city. A careful examination show ed that his wound was not serious, and he was resting comfortably tonight, with prospects of an enrly recovery. Dr. W. C. Ussery, who accompanied him, it was stated at the hospital, had returned to Paris feeling no uneasiness about his patient. The bullet, it is said, merely inflicted a flesh wound through the abdomen nnd did not enter the abdominal cavity. Mr. Clay is one of the wealthiest and most prominent farmers of Bourbon county and enjoys an extensive popularity. He was selected to the Legislature in 1910 and In 1912, serving through the last session of the General Assembly. He is 41 years of age, and married Miss May Lindsay Stoner, daughter of Col. R. G. Stoner, of Paris, and who is a prominent member of society in the Bluegrass region. They have one child, a little girl. Mrs. Sidney Clay, of this city, mother of Representative Clay, refused to answer any questions concerning her son's shooting except to say that he had taken his pistol out In tthe yard to" shoot a rabbit and It was accidentally discharged. ItM For neatness, comfort and lasting qualities, get Peters "Weather-birdDiamond Brand School Shoes. None better. Come let us supply you with a pair and be con" vinced. HUB CLOTHING CO. HARTFORD, KY. KaiBUIHHHHHHHHHHHUil i PAUL WOODWARD HARTFORD, KY. ! Taj lor Steens- Dead. Mr. Taylor Stevens died at his residence In McIIenry Sunday night. Ills death was rather sudden and we were unable to learn the cause. Mr. Stevens was born and reared in the No Creek neighborhood, being a son of Rlchnrd Stevens. He was G6 years of age, and Is survived by one brother. Rev, R. A. Stevens, who now resides in Indiana and one sister, Mrs. Rilla Mllllgan who lives in Illinois. Mr. Stevens was a good citizen We have Just received mir. and well liked by all who knew him. goods for tho winter. His remains were buried at Walton's ILKIt ft HLACK. Creek Wednesday afternoon at 2 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13. Mrs. Jennie T. Miller has returned o'clock. M. II. ft K ItallHmd W&l.'xaljle at from an extensive visit to relatives Notice. Take In Sacramento. llWiforO, K, , WanlWl By a widow' with five Miss Dessle Gillespie left recently small children, food and raiment. Uniu. fe N. time card Effective Monday for Louisville where she will prepare til recently was supported by hus21BL band, who has died without life InVJo. 112 Notq Bound due 7:19 a. m. for trained nursing. Get your hunting license before surance. Address "A," care "Negdally except Sunday. 2:20 p. va. you go Into the field, and avoid the lected." No. Bound due possibility of arrest. Talk with C. P. KEOWN, Agent, dally except Sunday. 8:45 a. m. State Mutual Life, of Worcester, No. 115 South Uound due Get your license noVand be ready 13tf dally except Sunday. for an early start, there will be a Mass. im No. 113 South Uound due 1:16 p. va. rush at the last minute. Plenty of War Ttaxes Coming. dally except Sunday. Capt. and Mrs. S.K."Cox left SatIt Is the Irony of fate that the Agt. H. E. M1SCHKE. urday for Elkton whero they will Democratic party, which came into visit Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Itoger3. power pledged to a reduction of taxYes, we have Just received that es, will bo obliged to levy the heaviSwan Hats. new line of Lowney's Caudles, in est special tax laid since the Civil HUIJ CLOTHING CO. 1LKK & HLACK. boxis. War. If the Tariff had been let alone Lion Brand Work Shoes. HUH CLOTHING CO. It Is ngatnst the law to hunt with- tho treasury would he In such funds out license, and nil persons Intending that new taxes would not have been Mrs. Alex Harnett returned home needed, nt least for some time to to hunt should take out a liceiibc. Friday from Owensboro. tho millions on suJumbo "pickles, and don't forget come. Think of A. B. Klrsclibaum $15 and 520 the moist Mince Meat that good gar which wo threw away! Think of wool duties we might now enjoy! HUH CLOTHING CO. Vuits. kind at Moore's Meat Mnrket. lCt2 tho In fact, the situation Is desperate All kinds new Breakfast Foods Bring your dry cornTo W. E. Ellis, for our Democratic theorists, slnco ILEH & ULACK. Just in. on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and In the face of a defensive political Mr. M.B. LaslTbrook, Llvermore, have it made into meal while you campaign they are compelled to levy 1GU the most unpopular taxes ever laid , Is the guest of relatives In town. wait. ' Miss Alma Kileyis the guest of Mrs. Boss returned home last week In times of peace. Every man who pays a war tax relatives and friends In Owensboro. from Elizabethtown whero slio was betthe guest of Mr. John T. Moore and this fall will know that It might Wire" Fence-no- ne American have been unnecessary. But for the ter ca.ll on U. S. Carbon, Hartford. family. ' The Game and depression of American industry by Blue and New lo7of Ladles is sending a paid Special Warden Into the Underwood Tariff this country , Brown Coat Suits. this county with Instructions to en- would face the future with complaHUD CLOTHING CO. cency. Philadelphia Inquirer. force the law. Cabbage, Sweet Potatoes, Irish Under the supervision of Revs. Pay Your Taxes! Potatoes nnd Onions yes, Turnips. Z. Ferrel and It. E. Fuqun a great of I wish to warn the ILEH & HLACK. wnrUarnesis"vlsItliig her revival is In progress at Clear Hun Ohio county that according to law, Mrs. Baptist Church. (sco Sec. 4143), a C per cent penalBister, Mrs. C. It. Uennett at Grarevival services attho Chris- ty and 0 per cent interest will be The ham. tian church are being continued with added on all taxes not paid before Judge "W. II. Harnes will leave to- increasing interest. Rev. Gulun Is December 1st. If you have not pa,ld day Tor a short visit to relatives In conducting the meeting without ad- your taxes, it would be advisable lor Graham. you to settle them at once and save ditional ministerial assistance. on Get persons Indebted to the estate tho extra cost by calling at my ofAll Kooflng and all kinds of Building of tho late John W. Taylor please fice; or, If you have received your 12tf Material. call at Foreman's Barber Shop and statement, you can mall ine a check Don't forget that good cup coffee settle, In order that his affairs may or money order for the full amount and I will mall you receipt by reBEN TAYLOR, nnd tea Chaw & Sanborn at Her be closed. S. O. KEOWN, turn mall. Hartford, Ky. 18t4. & Black's. - revTvanit No Creek 1813 Sheriff Ohio County. A sp'endTdMr. and"MrB. O. T Burns, of are the guests of Dr. and was closed Tuesday night. Rev. WesNoticeTobacco Growers. ley, the pastor, was assisted by Rev. Mrs. Pettle. There wilt be a meeting of the y for W. II. Craln, a former pastor. Thero tobacco growers of Ohio county at Mrs. J.nr"Plrtle left will be the were several conversions and a gen- the court bouse In Hartford on SatOwensboro, svhere she urday, November 14, at one o'clock jjuest of her father, Mr. D. L. Smith eral awakening of the church. 'few days. John PatJones7 colored, has sent p. in. All tobacco growers Inter' having their tobacco hanMiss Bessie Morton" left Monday us two cars of corn raised by hand ested In re- Burnslde where she. will visit on the El Crabtree farm just below dled at Hartford are earnestly or family. town. They are (very large and well j quested to be present and take a Rev. Chester Stevens and part In the meeting. She was accompanied by Mrs. Laura filled. The old man Is justly proud I T. H. BALMAIN. of his excellent crop for this season. Stevens. , MEMBER THAT IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH1A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Take - Notlre. By a man in 111 health "any old kind" of life Insurance that will ofTer protection to his family after his death, which will occur soon. Address "Procrastinator," Around the Comer. Talk with C. P. KEOWN, Agent, State Mutual Life, of Worcester, 13tf Mass. Wanted i I General Contractor and Builder Can save jou nioney on Dealer In Light Building Materials. Cement, Plastering, Roofing and in fart, everything which goes Concrete Silos. Into a modern building. SEE HIM UKFORE MAKING YOUR PLANS. j at the home of his sister, Mrs. A. F. Graham, died Saturday afternoon. Funeral services were conducted by Hev. J. T. Acton after which his remains were placed at rest In McCord burying ground, near Horse Branch. Miss Beulah Bennett, of Owensboro, was In attendance at the funer al and burial of Mr. White. visited Thomas Miss Isabelle friends In Whitesvllle the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Petty, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thomas spent Sunday In Sulphur Springs. been living on a farm near here, has moved to Rockport. Mrs. L. P. Fulkerson Is visiting; her brother, Mr. Y. O. Everley In Evansvllle this week. KODAKERSt Enlargements from your negatives, 35c each, 3 for 75c. Films developed and printed, 25c a roll. Expert work, prompt service. PHOTO PUBLISHING SYNDICATE L. B. 104, Rockport, Ky:. G'fcxSVfc Hartford Republican, nv f A. Take - Notice. Wanted Wanted a home by a bright little boy, seven years old, IMPOmNlToTICE and a sweet little girl, five years old, orphans, whose father died without life Insurance. Address "Orphan," marAMut. care Children's Home. The Farm Agency of the ConTalk with C. P. KEOWN, Agent, tinental Fire Insurance Co, of State Mutual Life, of Worcester, GUNS! GINS! ' lH-Nort- h Hartford, Connecticut, formerly represented by A. C. Yeiser, has been transferred to me. I Also have the Agency for the Recording "business in the following companies: Continental, Hartford, Aetna, Phoenix, and Fidelity underwriters, which includes the business written in all towns in Ohio Connty. These are all old line Insurance Companies. I will be glad to have you call on me or I will see you at your home for anything in the insurance line. E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartford, Ky. Office 'Phone, No. 66. Residepcs 'Phone, No. 41. Osteopath. Dr. Claude Wilson, of Central City, has opened his otllce again in Commercial Hotel, Hartford, Ky. Office days, Mondays and Thursdays each week. Hours 7 a. m. to 12 noon. 17tf NARROWS. Mrs. A. tt. Ilenfrow, who has been visiting her sister, Miss Elite Duke, who Is teaching at Hazard, returned home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bond White returned home Monday from Chicago where Mr. White bus been engaged In work. Miss Mary Daniel spent the weekend with her mother near Cleaton. Miss Acle Kuykendall, who Is attending school in Owensboro, fepent Saturday and Sunday with her parents here. Mr. Alva Petty Was In Fordsvllle Monday. Mr. Dotson, of Caneyville, is visiting his niece, Mrs. O. P. Willis. Mr. and Mrs. Haycroft, Centralla, HI,, who have been at the bedside of their brother, Mr. lleam White, have returned home. Mr. Beam White, who haB been 111 of tuberculosis for several months Mass. , , 13tf I carry in P lr; stock a large-lin- e Stephen Craig Dead. Mr. Stephen Craig died at his residence In East Hartford at 5 o'clock of Shot Guns, Rifles, Targef funs, Ammunition, last Saturday morning after a brief Illness of pneumonia. After funeral services conducted by Eld. H. B. Owlnn bis remains were interred in The deceased Oakwood cemetery. leaves a wife and four small children. Shells, Etc, Take - Notice. took a man over a year to make It up his mind to get bis life Insured. It took a month for his policy to become a claim after it was Issued. And it took ten days for his widow to get the insurance money after he died. Notice the difference In time. Talk with C. P. KEOWN. Agnt, State Mutual Life, of Worcester, 13tf Mass. Paradise For Animals. The Icelanders are as soft and gentle towards children as towards domestic animals, The stranger who would repulse an Importunate dog Ireland u And respectfully request yon to call and see the largest and best line of Shot Guns, TUHes, Ammunition, &c ever brought to Hartford. ""Goods the best and prices the lowest. U. S. CARSON Groceryman HARTFORD. KY. sion "Fish-Commis- tax-paye- rs with n kick would sink very low In the respect of the inhabitants, and the animals would not even understand it. The domestic animal has not learned to see In man anything other than Its friend. ANDREAS HENSLER. 133 100 75 125 There Is No Kicking REAL K&TATK FOR SALE. acres mile from Hartford. acres 3 miles from Hartford. acres 3 miles from Hartford. acres 3 miles from Hartford. All Rough river bottom land In 1- -3 levee-protect- the write us land. district. If you want to sell & Please or buy fOLBROOK 9tf Nov. 10. PARKS. Agts., Hartford, Ky. Is o, to-da- ...... visiting her son, Mr. Jess Everley lu Evansvllle, Ind. Mrs. Grace Hess, McIIenry, visited, her sister, Mrs. C. R. Fulkerson some days ago. Mr. Luther Williams, Princeton, Ky., was here last week. Mrs. D. Barnard Is visiting relatives In Evansvllle. Mr. Clarence Hobertson, who has CKHALVO. Mrs. J. M. Everley With our feed either frem the cow or Its owner. The reason Is simply that they both know that they can get no better. Our Hay fa Especially Fine. We have lowland grass, well cured, timothy or alfalfa and at prices that will surprise you. All kinds or feed for all kinds of animals and; fowls. TV LMmHI W. E. ELLIS The Produce Merchant ., HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY MCADOQ iS RECKLESS ENGINEER Clubs Small Banks But Deals Gently With Others. "Ul:c the reckless engliieor who drives his train past danger Mgnnls. William G. McAdoo, secretary of the Treasury, is conducting the Democratic administration of his department in a way that sends chills to the bocks of hundreds of thousands of business men and bank depositors," says a Washington dispatch. "Inquiries from small business men the country oer, that have been received here, indicate they are wondering what he will next do to cause and alarm. air. apprehension latest policy of clubbing small banks into making loans which they would rather not handle, while gently dealing with Wall Street concerns, has convinced many voters throughout this country that millions of ordinary bank customers throughout the country nre likely to uufier 8t the hands of the ambitious Secretary of the Treasury. "Knowing Jlr. McAdoo's promoter viewpoint, Washington insiders were not surprised when the secretary recently published a list of small banks that insisted on maintaining a reserve larger than the legal requirements. The secretary asserted that these banks (he said nothing about Wall-Strebanks) were hoarding their money and thereby adding to the financial stringency. The evident purpose of this publication was to force them to send their reserve to the money centers, regardless of the coneequencs to local communitls. did not tell the "Mr. McAdoo backs' side of the story that they were holding large reserves to protect their depositors and their customers who might be in need of loans, to contribute funds to the new currency system reserve .federal for which was hailed as a cure-a- ll financial troubles of all sorts, to meet the emergencies in business created by the operation of the Underwood Tariff law. Customers of these country banks are beginning to realize the blow was not aimed at elusive "money-trust.- " the They know now that the fellow In the email town with $50 or $100 in the bank is the one who would be smashed If the bankers were foolish it enough to follow the theory of Mr. McAdoo. "They also knew that the only man who can benefit is the promoter, or speculator In the large financial centers. The ratio of the small depositor to the promoter is about 1000, to 1. McAdoo's theories have been declared to be "1000 to 1 shots," or grown up and advanced brothers of the original 1C to 1 ideas of Secrefree-cred- was established by means of I'rotec- tion. This can also be said of mini-- 1 erous other industries. Inasmuch as the government needs the revenue nnd Is at Its wits' ends for more money, why should not the Tariff be restored on many useful articles, thus starting toward American industrial luWhen Germany quit ll pendence? vork and went to war she wns the most Independent nation In the world , In an Industrial sense. She nccom-by a Protective Tariff. pllshed this Wliv should this grent republic be' ashamed to charge the foreigner for the privilege of doing business in the United States? Ordinarily this Is the best market In the world. The home manufacturer pays taxes for the privileges of the market. Why should not the foreigner be required to do the same? e n I'allure. National legislation can es-- , If nbllsh an Amerlcnn merchant marine In foreign trade It will do much o help nlong the unceasing propa-- , randa that for more than half a cen- tury has waged warfare aglnst Pro-- 1 cctlon In the United States. "American shipping has been do-- . 1 itroyed by Protection," ;ra assert, because American regis- Ameriry was denied to forelgn-bul- lt can-owned 1912. But j ships until to Increase in our shipping resulted legislation of rom that I'reo-Trad- e 1912 which admitted forelgn-bul- lt nierIean-owne- d vessels not over five vears old to American registry. So Amerlcan-own-- d aow any forelgn-bull- t ship, regardless of her age, may ome under our flag. The denial of Vmerlcan registry to foreign ships owned by Americans gave no Protec- tion whatever to American ships in "oreign trade, as our laws gave to 'oreign vessels every privilege in our ports in forcing trade that our own n in enjoyed. Really, Free-Trad- e carrying has all but destroyed American shipping in that carrying. While our Protected Industries upon the land have grown great, prosperous and profitable, our unprotected ships in foreign trade have been ruined. For lTalf a century the decline of American shipping in foreign trade has demonstrated that e is a failure. Despite this record, which cannot fairly be disputed, the effort continues to apply Free-Trad- e measures alone to Its restoration. A trifling accession to our resistry may result, not because our registry is attractive, but because certain other ends may be served legislation canthereby. Free-Trad- e not and will not restore our lost shipping. Marine News. ( ' I'ree-TrnilFree-Trad-for-algFree-Trad- FREE r.w I'v FREE &ic HPWki fcSJS JllLUJa .r.'.uiu: Chto Co3.t5 Jhuro, Circuit Court T. I HlrMiea-J; HOTEL , W-- Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law POWMAK MfflNcm D.C. EL Of AMERICAN I Hen U. Hlngo, Attormo C. O. Uarmns, MldUifi, Jnller; IIAUTKOHD, KY. Clerk, C. K. Ulrkbcad, .Master Com-- , i .illliw i 'P l'rtmtio Jurj Kiin'd; S. O. Keuwn, Sberlti. Will practko his prof.ion In Uilt llartrord. Dejititles S. A. Ilnitclur; nnd julininJiis coitntU'S. Coinnuvrol! oifloe deputies Mrs. S. O. 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If you want good health, u clear complexion and freedom trom DizBiliousness, Constipation, ziness, Headaches and Indigestion, take Dr. King's Life Pills. They drive out foods, fermenting and undigested clear the Blood and cure Constipation. Only 2.jc. at jour druggist. I $6 a Year Sunday Courier-Journ- al O Hold not all good within thy baud, scatter it as God hath planned. j (iiiin; to be .Veeileil. . The wars In Europe are giving American industries an effective ProProtection l I Thy life shall bloom with flowers of Joy Which Time's rudo tottch cannot de-- ) stroy. fJlvo to the bird, the shivering bp.ist, To those who are accounted least;" tective Tariff. Tlieso wur.s have done what the most radical Protectionist has never advocated. They have Mopped importation In home lines of goods entirely, because the men who formerly mnde such goods tiro in the army. On account of the cessation of Imports a largo number of are urging niaiiutnciurers of chemicals, drugs, dyestulls, etc., to enlarge their plants and to introduce new lines. Some of these goods have never hem made In America. Just now there Is a big opportunity for the home manufacturer, but the home manufacturer knows that the ware will finally come to an end and that the people of Kurope again will work. Then the people of Kurope will work cheaper than they ever havo in former years because of their anxiety to Eccure some kind of employment. Thousands of uifii In Europe will not havo a dollar, nor un extra bite of food when the wars are over. Therefore, the competition from Kurope, not only In the lines we have named, but in all lines, will bo more savage than In any former year. Under the Misting Tariff the European manufacturers were rapidly taking possession of the American market. If .American industries hud not suffered on account of the wars, their suffering would have been great on n of multiplied and enlarged importation. The Tariff wall by the wars has set a great many men to thinking along lines different from their thinking In former yearn Every valutjilo Industry needs Pro Ttlon, not tunporarj, Kren-Trad-e- rs nt for-ilg- $2 REAL a Year NEWSPAPERS (Jive to thy neighbor, friend nnd foe, O give wherever thou dost bo. "I thank thee," thou canst pray, And Kind be thy ThanksBlvinB Day! Oh then . -- but iena.- - u.e juc .liiiitnese 1)ok Japanese papers contain a dog btory that would have delighted the Spectator in its most animal-lovin- g days. There Is, they say, a large foreign dog who for tho past quarter of a century has found a home in the Japiineho Naval Ollicers' Club at Kuro. Naturally the dog has made friends with most of tho officers. It Is a good tempered animal, nnd bus never been known to btcal anything, much legs to take a commission from anybody. In his younger days tho dog was (uite active and playful, but he now spcndB most of tho time lying and bleeping outsido the gate. In rainy weather his bushy back is bomellmes used by careless to wipe for a door-mn- t, their boots upon, but the dog never , seems to complain. Long experlenco has trained the dog to such an extent that he distinguishes all sorts of buelo calls at their first sound, and from "reviillo" to "HkIUh out" each call finds him at his proper station. A do who can still attend to the call of (fifty at thu ago of twenty-fiv- e is n remarkablo ii example of canine longevity and Kobe, Japan, Chronicle. industry club-niembo- rs de-o'k- Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best National News State News Local News Market Reports Foreign News Political News of Everything for Everybody JUSTICES' COt UTS. U. I'd. Shown. Hartford. Tuesday aft i Law Attornev er 3d .Monday in March, Tuesday aftKY. HARTFORD, er od .Mond.iy in June, Tuesday after Jd Mond.iy In September, 'lues-da- y UEAVRtN ED U ITH M. ASSOCIA'I after .id .Monday in December. 1.. A. .McU.inlc-1- , Uoekport, 'ritl:i This off lie Is cuulpped for, hand-Hliafter :1 .Monda In .March, l'rld.i) Coininercl.il livv and Collection-Itemlatter Jd Moaday in June, 1'rlday as well as other leal and litiafter Jd .Monday in Septciubei', Friday after Sd .Monday in gated matters. 1'r.ictliu In all the courts. I'rot.ipt and vlKonnis service. S. W. I .each, Cromwell, Wedncsda) O after ltd Monday In March,, Wed M. I.. Ileavrln's Office. nesday after d Monday in June, nt HI.,lillli.M.?.,iT Wilnesda tifttr ud Moitday in i w m: i III KM' MVII1S.H teniber, Wednesday after ud Mou-- 1 lliirlfnril Kj. l ifiuiHU Kv day iii December. It. C. Ticbc'nor, Centcrtown, Sat-- 1 STRATT0N & MARTIN unlay after ard .Mundaj in each "" Attorneys at Law HAVE YOUR SUITS month. CROMWELL, - KY. Wlnbon Smith, SUect, Tueslay after d Monday in March, Tues.lay 8 after I'd Monday in .May, Tuesda Will practice their profesB.cn in this 'after 3d Monday In AtiKUbt, Tues-- I and djolulng counties. Collections, day after I'd Monday in November. Commercial and Criminal I'nictico a. Wtsd- Uundev, W. S. Dian, Prompt and vlgoromv Sjieclalty. and Dye iHtsday after the second Monday In service- - .Votary in office. March, Wednesday after M .Monday I. ing in May, Wednesday after 3d Monday e Ladies work given in Aiuui'U, edt,vsuay after I'd Mon' J.iy in N'ovombor. Hen F. HIce, rondsvllle, Tuesday after I'd Monday In March, ThursHats I AM day after -- d .Monday in May, Thursday after id .Monday in August, To do any kind of Vettina-- 1 Thursday after I'd Monday in NoWork called vember. Hen V. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftcows need not die for want o5J er I'd Monday in March, Friday after cans nnswereu I'd Monday In May, Friday alter 3d attention. Club $1.00 Monday in August, Friday after 2d day or night. Monday in November. HARTFORD 1"UCE COURT. O. C. .Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. Hartford Pressing Glut), Veterinary Surgeon Fogle, City Attorney; J. I'. Stevens, Marshal; Court conicnes second MonKy. GUNTHKIl HLI)(!.,CKNTEK ST. day in each month. City Council J. C. Her, Mayor; R. HARTFORD, KY. T. Collins, Clerk; J. K. liean, Treasurer. Members of Council J. C. t. Capt. A. D. White. A. K. Pate, J. D. Ralph. A. 0. Yelser. V. II. Gillespie. School YOU man; Trustees J. D. Dulte, Chair- The National Weekly- It. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, South Services Until this car .1..... .....1 liin.nliif. nml ......nl.i n CoIiVr'x has been Trootmiint third nut, "" cttiiuis ...i.t.... Him illiuireatmeni Sunday In eachtnio month. Sunsoldat$S.50. Now BeBaHa: bV THt fnrWFIK'day scnol J:45 "i- - I'niyer the priie is S2.J0 jn c;ery Wednesday evenlntr. ltee. amluoliaiei-cuud- . LUNGS Or u- - w- - N'il'lr. pastor. ,. . I , . Itntittcf fllllnl Com lnn, ue tan otfer it CONSUMPTION land evenlnt; every second and fourth at a Mill timber Sunday in ,, Sunday bchonl rcdiu'tiun in i If you mention th.spaperwew.il send you ,J:i- - a ,n each month. x ui 'i tl 13 a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for ,Wll.,i.,.. ..,..i "S- - i,.. A. S. I'ettle. ..V pulilioatKn. feelinR. coughs, pains that tired, I in chest, niht sweats, hemorrhages, weak Special Offer to Our Readers Christian Church hen Ices every ' lunirs or consuinpi.oii. , ,, .., ,, ., ltcinkitiziiit: tin I'rrni ilematnl tor Lallm's at yDe.W.0&slo''"l " '. '." Suoy OHIO MEDICAL CO. llie ntvv imci, sp lut made arr.itii:rn rnt ti tier it mid mir own publication r icli iir uar tjiuci uw'iun, pastor. I' (or t!ie iincc n( CoVirr'salont Ibi.liTn iin SECRET SOCIETIES. i,l (cr an tuii-- t bi. Ul.ui advanl auc of uun pliy. ... .. atAwuttrtAAifliiiivraijMi::... Hartford I.odgo No. t"., K. and A. What You Get in Colli s .M. meets ever) flrht .Motuho night in eaen mourn, w. s. Stevens, tt. Cot'ter's - llif iinr Inc. iriilci'tii'lcnt fcartr M.; Ottii.i lltiiiter. Secretary. vtc1 Ij hi tli- - wkjIc inuiitrs Not oiil iitttic t i It am' bunk l.ut it nlo a Hartford Chapter No. 81 O. E. S. vni citiztn tw E.P CEWl m7K V& &ZZl lioK (jniil the iiiiirizinc (ir tlir .r nni: ilu meets even second and fou.th .Mon I uiiuv a Mara subcriiti Uls&LWC; ijs t li i day oveiilngs, .Mrs. .1. II. Williams. ' Z&& LiD(& 1000 K.lllori.ls W. .M.: .las. II. Williams. W. 1' : GOO Nrwa Tliotoa , Su:iv;d whin everything else falls. f '.Miss Elizabeth .Miller, Secretary. ZSO Short Articlt-- s la nrrvous prostration and female 150 Short Storlra Rough ltiver l.otlgo No. 1IU Knight , weai.ncsses 100 llluslrajrd Praturrs ihe n.e the cupremc im i 'iiiuut iiiuets I'vcry i uebiiay eveii- 2 Comploto Novcla- i jemedy, us thciiirand3 have tcbiiiied. W. Taj lor, C. C; W. It. i ing. Jno. s Both fir c&Iy Colliier s . . $2.50 FOKKiDiv!eY,L:VERAr.D HedrlcK, K. of R. & S. Hartford Tent No. M, K. O. T. .M. STOWACK TROUBLE Hartford Republican meets every first and tnlrd Thiirsd.ty it is the tics: medicine ever sold nights. R. T. Collins, Coiuiuander,' over n druggLt's counter. j E. I. .Moore, IticoiM Kuopur. ' Acme l.odgu .No. X'.'J 1. O. O. F. meets every second and fourth Friday nights in each month. C. M. t, Noblo Uraud; V. R. iledrlclt, becretary. i The Towlutan Is tttnt3, exclusive, and restful. Its excellent location on Tcnnsjlvaria Avenue, 18th and II streets, makes it a ilesiraMe headquarters (or bridal couples, tourist parties, contentions. Schools and , colleges. The Tonhatan attracts .t'le rroplc ot culture and education. It proximity to State, War and Naw Uetiartmcnts. also to man? of historical points intercit. makes this hotel especially to a'disctiminating public. The Powhatan oilers rooms with detached bath at Si. 50. $2.00 and up Rooms with private bath, $2.50. $3.00 and up. Write for booUct with map, CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Manager. iili iKSJ :t:rij:3.;M ii;:5-j.ujii' &m .. tjiv;r il Monday in icuruary nun coniinuea three .. weeks; third .Monday In April, ..... 'Uli(l, Vllliu .ummiij li. flntfilmr. ,. l.l.l t...il... in l.u .u. two weeks. Law Count Court John II. Wilson, Judge, W. C. Uhuikenshlp, Clerk, HARTFORD, KY. C. 11. Smith, Atiornej, Hartford. Court convenes first .Motiihi In each Atinsru. W. II. Il.irti'ts and V. K mouth. s he Aml:.h iililiotllio tluiit lbs') h.ive U4 on Quarterly i w iuiu kmuci.u j'i a Kitr,u.Trtii.i first .Motitiny in eiry uioutii. first ,j,. ,.f I.... ,.LMit oiil in imI and IT Court of Calms Convene Tuesday In January and Hist Tues (iisi-s- . .Mr. Kinitli ImitiK lomiUr day In Ootoii.r, Other County Officers- - C, S. .Mu- - wy Is iirvnted fnnii pr.ictiV'lns Baeh wuvr Barnes & Attorneys at Smith Couti-r-lleKln- OffU-ivJ, Tom nines', Ahsi'.sbor, !MX'i'lt Midi iir.vctlou. Olaton, Ivy.; Ozua Shults, Superln- - Hartford Kitibllctu building, tciuiciit, Hartford, Dr. A. II. Ulld.N, lv" Coroner, llartfuri'; T. II, lluuton, Head Engineer, Hartlord. lty, Surwyur, K. D. .No. I'oi'ilsllle, Kj., It. lude. Mr. U.iriivJ will iiu.ltduy s In Mart-told, ARTHUR at Kmiv -. B i S-- p- , iit j t Cleaned s Pressed J Repairing neatly done. J I special attention. Cleaned and Repaired. for and delivered. per rate month. PREPARED I S 1 W. H. RILEY Hartford, Uici-net- mm FREE mmim' run-dow- n WILL TAKE OUR Collierfs Colliip in First Time Clubs: ... i -- I ! I ,,,, ... 1 j Ai ! J.at fi && tli-i- 11 J i $2.50 I Ilar-Juet- Are you Interested In what is taking place Vlay by day all over the world? If you are you NEED THE COURIER-JOUNRAL. tO."1"1 PROCURED AND DCFCND fTaliJ fr moaJ' I IX ian rrVt. ul puunis, iiiuio to tr aJvlro. , huw in obialnCOUNTRICS. tuams, copTriirhu,i-tu.Jluilnrss JirretxjUh Washington taut tmi. money ami rjitn lutfairni. Patent ind lifrlngemsnt Practice Exclusively. Write or rome tu us at Tit lUatll EtrMt, Mar Ualt4 CtatM PaUat OHf, WASrNNOTON. D.C. iii If there Is an asent in your town gtvo him a trial oider otio month-Da- lly CO cents, with Sunday 75 cents. if there Is no agent in your town giva your order to tho paper in which this aUvortiseinent appears (you may set a special clubbing rate), or seJid tho order direct to tho Courier-Journa- l. has WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L been discontinued, but FARM AND FAMILY, a most excellent Illustrated monthly magazine, is a worthy successor. Tho prlco Is only 25 cents a year. Ask for a tmmplo copy. Coilrier-Joilrnal SEEDS' w.Um,lmtm. AtrlalvtUl ritaaa t kalla wnuaosnt customer. maia tou our SPECIAL OFFER: fiUAKAMTKLU uckmb'S seeM succeeeli .rieiicsi s WllrtS Tins- i Writt to-dm-y; tO PLKAIlK. Mention Ihlt Ptper. i to wnr pwUi ,fVWWWiWWr.saiAW 10 tiny HiUhUi. Mflnt ) Utm, a SENDpcktBitdCENTSVftlvftbl rKUtliU OC I eOliaKUOtt i i UUi Ul kMMil ' PII raBa rum WtlUWr CI "HO IDJ jmmm, a MMI, riUUs LH.W. BuekbM. Compang Incorporated LOUISVILL1C, HY. 2 nights In' each month. Ton. Williams, Council Commander; V. c. MeCAIX patterns Wallace. Clerk. Celebrated Jor style. erfeet fit, simplicity ird Sunshlno Illvo No. 12, I.. O. T. .M., nearly ai) jears. bold in liearlr meets every lirst and third Fihhiy ftctubilitjr town In the United Mites .. anix Iiu w .ii nights in each month. .Mr, Attjo '. til .11.... .i.iiig ,uiu inanr uni.i. Sf any uiuer make. Mnu lur lice wUloguc Griffin, Unly Comu.andcr; .Mrs. II. McCAIX'S MAGAZINE E. ...MIsehKe, l.ady Record Keeper. ,.!.. v.iitii'ii-- i ll. ik. 4 1. Jloie tsubicribrra llun any otbri (athsooi.atitivmuiiu fl innlnH K. iiv, II n.ifc iuj;iisino miiuiin a inuniu. intdiu-iulttirrinaiiiiir, iniuinery. every thliVl Saturday b ;?i"lct M.. meets It. each month. John T. .Moo.o Illgh.i r star north iinubui. inclnaintr a h luttrtn. I'rlest: W. S. Tlnsley. Secretary. ubscrfBfc today, or ttnJ Jor aawiile conv. AMERICAN SOCIETY OK EQUITY. WONOEBFUL INDUCEMENTS Stato Officers President. J. 11. to Agents, l'ostal brln; prf mtum catalogue i Princeton, Ky.; Vlco Presi- I and new cash priieuflirs. Address dent, J. 11. Uuiney, Muhlenberg Co.; CU McCAU tD. S3 Id Hi W. J7Q SU NSW VOU Secretary & Treas., S. U. Robertson, Callioun, Ky.; Organizer, T. 11. Hurt ford, Ky. Members Stato Executive board Den Watson, Webster county;, J. V. AND CURE LUNC8 Dunn, Daviess county; HUnry Plrtlo, Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin coun ty; C. G. Davenportt, Warron county. WITH Ohio County Officers S. U StevHenry Plrtlo, Sec- ens, President; ; rotary; S. E. Bennett. Treasurer. COUNTY HOARD OF EDUCATION. Osna Shults, ChUlrn.au, Hartford, Ky. pmrR FAR OOUCHS two a i vu. 1. O. h. Terry, Hartford, Ky. Trial Dstlla Free LDS 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsvllle, ICy. AND ALL THROAT AND ..UNGTaOUBlES. 3 lro Ilnnvtll ntntnll Kv. Ky. 4. II. (V Autrv. llaizetovvn. GUiiJ ANl'UED SATJCSFAO'lOlty? 5. E. 0. Aufctin, Prentiss. rju't HlOJiajf KEIUNDEU. rryiks'iiTrryij'ii C. J, h. llrown, Uoclport, Ky, llartfoid Camp No. 202 V. O. W. meeits every second and fouitli Sat-uild- ... !.-- ft'te '"'. , Ual-niui- n, KILLthc COUGH the Dr. King's New Discovery I FREE-TRAD- E aWrPPk '." Tsn tt nUUL rULIul i gasoline engine for pleasure let her also listen her load at homo with tsnmt t si I ! .t !. jGr09S Colorado Agriculture College. .ll irlfilTrVni CAST0R1A For Infanta and Children. Reduces Domestic Wool Clip I I 65,000,000 Pounds. CASTORI Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR A COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT The Kind You Have afifl mcgc awci'rrpnrilionrorAi :,,i,T,"ls,'Kriwuaraufi!iiB ... .5uii. uuwau wuiuwcisifl 1 1 1 n I.n.flnt" " cl t n't-i- i ,...'.'. ' Always Bought Bears the Signature fcir A, , J l ki JLW3TMWSS "VEJSJmw f i '77 ?! I PramolcsDirteslionfhcfffuI XliP ncss uikI IfesiXontalns nejtiKT Opiuiu.Morphinc norMiacral. Not Nakc otic. JkMlt&if:- A'x.famn tkytefOjaSMOmvct W OmfirrfSimr HimM- - fatomvulhirr. Apcrferl Remeily rorCmwdpa ( ion . Sour Slonuch.Dlarrtocj Worms,Coimi!.Vioiis.revcrh! Hes3aiulL0SS0rSLKi;P. Facsimile Signature of ($ W TMt CCNTAUR Use For Over ' NEW YORK. Thirty Years Guaranteed undcrtne Exact Copy of Wrapper. roi CASTOREA COMMNf, NIW ?. CITY. Starck Pianos No Money inAilvnuce Satinlnc liou LowcntNet Gunr-unte- cd Tllllkll P A. STARCK .ACSIOI.ST a H i nl Tenuis A Savi ujj of 51 0 0 to 52 0 0 y From Direct Foe-lor- Pr Icoh K Fact orjr Wo will hlup J'iu a beautiful Starck Piano for ,.n tl free tr al. In your liomc. No cnti pawncnt required. All vte ask It that you will play upon, use mi test tills piano for 3d ilijs If. at the end of that time, you ilo nnt nntl It the lilKht-4-t grade. NWCCti'Ht toned and tlne-Mario In overt- - av. Ili.it vim hav ever neon foi the money, you are at perfect liberty to send It baclt. and we will. In that event, pay the fn ight both ways. Thin Stare); Piano must make Rood with you, or thrre Is no sale. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL HX" Savs $150.00 or Mars Wt lilp direct to joii from our firtiiT. t nrlct Hut aatejou upward o( $150.00 la tas nut of )uiir piano. Ve guarantee to furnlth ywi a better plan) for the nuney than you can eliotthere. You are assured of reo-itin- s a iutiffactory iwect toned durable high grad.; plan... You Easy Payminls ra!i d ivn, but after 30 diyi of trial, )ou ran begin payment on the low, eJiieat term ecr uiweteil by a piano nunulacturer. These termi are arranced to kuit jour convenience, and it li pouible for to buy a pVin for your home, without miitlri; th rri',y, . f no piy ct, OR.V ' Ssi'MliS Piano U for 5 J Jesrs. guarante rbli bit bads of tt our 35 years of plana enoTlrnce, and the reputation of an old establiitied rrtiponslblc piano bouse. Eferr Starcl 50 Frit Musle UV lme ronttantlr on hand a targe numb-- r ot slightly used and second hand piano ot all standard makes taken in for new Starck Tlanoa and I'layer-PUnThe follow. lag are a few sample bargain!! tni - Rind largains aurcK M I, 4- naytr-Hai- Listens Weber Stcinway Chickcring Kimball To etcry purchaser of e gire free Starck 1'fjncn, music Icmuii. ij one of the tot known icbooli fn Chicago. These letom you ran take in lo'ir own home, by mall. This represents one year's free Inttructlon. Starck $110.00 92.00 90.09 95.00 195.00 Marck Player-PUno- i art the feftt and lfautl. tut Playrr Piano on tna market. You wilt be with the many features ot theaa wonderful initnimenla, and wilt be pleavd with tin very tow price? at which they can be secured, t) mt Send for our latest complete second hand bargain list. Snd toil.iv for our beautifully illustrated piano liook which (rites you a large amount of Information regarding pianos. Thl liook will interest and please you. Write today. Plant laak Frat npor P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1843 Starck Bld.. CHICAGO Fare DAIL.V 3 02 BETWEEN ;&EVELAND i S 3 mmmmM1-- - HsHMMsbYb2?$& aiBBBBBBBBBKsaKrTul'rlWv:;-'- StS rJSUFFALO iTSJi ! .. 3. i - T71iBiHB3BrlSH7Vi'-.rt. ,il ",j-u- ,. r- ST5 ??? ftt. ,nitr iai.uJ-!rr.tinro.t-lrgrrliii- llrj thz crat 1 p "C". ; :::? ":: Daily I wtiuw 'l. Uo wuill. Jjerl.J-O- J f MacnU'iccnt Sto.mrr, "3CCA3-.- " AnivoUuCU ''" ' ' " U" . - 15M n. CLEVELAND ar.d BUFFALO . 8.0) P.M. t f Clelaud nufT.lo fur (M.M, ( brtlm .t THE Suniar.l 1 An r 1 leav.ual. U.vilaad lim-- ) "CSy al May of 3uff.Io" l.t ntto Dec MJI'.M. 6.30A.M. ClrveUnd rrodma v. ur l..Lel tR'nl f'r lUket. llu m CLEVELAND M.g.r. I &. Full, aid 1 c - lluffal.1 .r- v.. ' -- . ' ' " I ' Uiiuid.. U.u.lr.tl liooklrl DUTPALO TRANSIT CO Clovol.nd. O. .). ft-- t.l for P -. 0 .I rJn,.:i 'l Pol..l.. tl.UroaJlkketa u t.nr . "'' e ijjjrra ' OVER 05 YCARS EXPERIENCE euckbee's "Full ol Life" Korthem GrotM Pedigreed Seeds hue a reputation of Si years of tucccsslul seed growing behind them. It pay tc olant the best. MaMruble Specialties SEEDS BUANS Trade Marks DCSIGNS ' rili-- i vuri muni , .. Jj 50 Bushel Earliest Red Valentine . . j aj Bushel Reluxee i:xtra Early Nw Atrinplesj nrefii P04I . St la Bushel 'ard ell's Imp. Kidney Wax U so Bushel .7S Bushel Datls New White Wax . . Currie's Rust rToof Wax . ft jo Bushel Extra Early Alaska I 50 Bushel New Early Gradus Is so Bushel Horsford'a Market Garden . Ij so Bushel Buckbee's Lightning Express jj.oo Bushel Lettuce, Radish. Tomato and a full tine ol beeds. Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing price. Send (or complete catalogue or submit a list Ot your requirements and will quote price. Buy direct from the grower Save, Money. Write today. Mention this paper. PEAS qiitcKlr mesrulu our optulon free whether an liiYoiitlon 11 pnibiiblr piil;nthlAComrnuiilei. tloiissirlctlreoiiUJeiitlal. HANDBOOK onl'ateuu patents. 'tciit frue. (HOe.t oKoncr for .souring- Co. receive l'ntoiits taken tbrouiih aluuu A N ... .... rpiijliwtkr, wllliout,clirae,luth -- I. .. .a 1 -- A -s si .,! culjtloii of my cientlflo 5ournl, Trpi, $3 a U tJoUlr-v- l. now4wleIrj. yeirt four moallu, Scietttific nmericattw UfiotxUMSt.. H. W. BUCKBEE sMfwdSMtJhr BOfw4,ft HitiiKty I'eoplo Don't Hellevc II. AW Far Three Streamers Mrs. Via- - believe I would have died if I hadit. The Democratic press of the countaken it. try has attempted to fool tho people ceat Wu Unable to Attend to After I began taking Cardui, I wu Woolen manufacturers disagree as of the country concerning tho Tariff Aay f Her Housework. greatly helped, and all three bottles reIssues by referring to tho price of to the effect of the llrltlsh embargo lieved me entirely. on exports of wool. If they knew tho wool. It is true that the 1911 clip I fattened up, and grew so much duration of tho embargo they could brought a good price, hut the greatPleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for stronger in three months, I felt like an. judgo more accurately, for a farge er part of tho Btipply of 1913 was d less than the 1912 three summers," writes Mrs. part of the wool Imported into tho sold at Walter other person altogether." - sold for. Thcs figures are not foolUnited States coined through LiverVincent, of this town, "and the third and ing Jthe wool growers, and come Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. nnnl. ,,.,... ..... .... juiiKt-- ...... 'about throuch two reasons. Tho fnrm last time, was my worst. Its ingredients have a mild, tonio tt iiiiu iiu uiiu can jui ' wiiii I had dreadful nervous headaches and 8o1'1 ,,lan' of tllolr BhP 8rt-woo- l precision the effect on tho American er8 effect, on the womanly constitution. prostration, and was scarcely able to situation, the result of tbelly nftcr thc Underwood bill went Cardui makes for increased strength, walk about. Could not do any of my wool policy was clearly!10 offectl Wnen lho war c,out,s nP pearcu in me European SKy 1110 wool improves the appetite, tones up the nermanifest. housework. vous system, and helps to make pale, In the first place, thc removal of which is Imported from Australia and I also had dreadful pains in my back sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. the duty on wool deprived the Gov- New Zealand by way of London was and sides and when one of those weak, ernment of $20,000,000 revenue, stopped to be used In the mills of Cardui has helped moie than a million Kngland to supply the armies. The sinking spells would come on me, I benefiting the consumer in any way. English Government has placed an would have to give up and lie dowr., weak women, during the past 50 years. Woolen clothes are selling at thc It will surely do for you, whal ft das same price that they brought before embargo on exportatlons. until it wore off. We are glad to note thc splendid done for them. Try Cardui today. the Tariff was removed. Clothing is I was certainly in a dreadful state Cf no cheaper and dress goods cost us prices which are being realized for TTn'te to: Chattno02a .Medicine Co., La4le' wool and sheep and regret that our health, when I finally decided to try vIsoryDept., Chattanooga, Tenh.. for Spccuil ,U much. Thc revenue loss must be supon tour case ard buM, hills, which are so well adapted to Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly Treatment for wmnen," sint la olaln wriDoer. "Horn plied by extraordinary war taxes. growing of sheep, are not better the In the second place, the agitation for free wool has stocked, but we have greater rebeen accompanied by a progressive grets that our Congressman would decline in the number of sheep pas- be so short sighted as to vote to place tured. In 1912 there were .13,481,- - wool on the freo list, which has caused the farmers to sell their sheep and 000 sheep In the country. In 191 tIlc wot1 growers to depend there were only 34,319.000, and an international misfortune to De-- 1 on cording to tho estimates o ftho partment of Agriculture, the number kceP tlle Price at a Profitable place, has again fallen this year. There :Wooda N- - Carr voted for free wo1 has been a loss of nearly 4,000,000 and Uas ,he Sail to tell us that it has sheep since it became certain that koi,t tlle p.rIce ' Such areument is of the same class Democrats would remove the Protective duty on wool. This has re-- 1 ns that Bivcn t0 tho ld, coko work-duce- d Prompt A ttention and Good Service. the wool clip by 65,000.000 crs and miners of Fayette County, 10'000 ,dl men ot Baldwin pounds, and It has decreased the sup-,th- 0 0 XRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, ply of meat by ir.0,000,000 or 200,- - works- - and 'no hundreds of inB PePle ot the steel mills of the pounds. Meat costs more be- cause of it. American workmen have ' Pittsburgh district. Hungry people been deorlved of emDlovment because wln not swallow the argument that of the Increased import on woolen tlmes arc Sood. They will not listen goods, and the country finds itself to the arsuments 0f slander, and It less able to supply Its own needs in ,s a 8,aP at t,leir intelligence to European crisis- - when Great Pect them to. Washington (Pa.) In- Ilrltain discovers that it must use all cPe"lU the available wool for its armies In Weather-Wis- e Creatures. $1.3E the field. The Republican and Louisville Herald Certain birds and animals are in- But what rights have tho wool Globe-Democr- at 1.75 growers In comparison with the sa j fallible weather forecasters. A con- - The Reptblican and St. Louis trlbutnr to Farm and TiroMdo dc- cred privileges of the cotton grow- 1.50 . ... " "" ers: Ana wnen uiu a .i'resiuent ever cnrflir.u tlin mnnnar tt. urfi.nfi mnnv The Republican and Home and Farm !of tne,n act ta Preparation for storms buy a bale of wool to keep up the 1.75 The Republican and price and prevent the producers from or cllanKcs n tne v.eailier. The sP'der' uPn the approach of losln? half the value of their clip? 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald will be The embargo which Congress has put ra,n" or wlndy weather, 3.50 on American wool production Is of found to shorten and strengthen the The kepublicain and. Uauy uwensooro inquirer much greater significance than the Su'3 of his web. When the storm is The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.75 ,over "e wm 'enguien mem again. action of the British Government. by assem- predict storms 1.75 Republican and Kentucky Farmer bling on the land, but this Is merely The I'nrni For Sale. n spnrrh fnr fnnrl Thnv ttistlnrtlv'nlv The Republican and New Idea "Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 130 Acres on Hartford and Rockpor know U)at the ra,n wn, bring tfae road, 1 2 mllos from Broadway and earthworms and larvaj to the surface. The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer L50 2 miles from Rockport. Schoolhouso A similar instinct teaches the swal-o- n ddEQ of farm tuid church near. lw to fly high in the fair weather The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.5P ground when foul Three roads pass dwelling house and skim the , weather Is coming. They simply fol which is oa Hartford R. F. D. Nd. low the flies and gnats which reMost of land pertectly level. Any main In the warm air. Swine will carry hay and straw to oaj desiring to purchase farm will do weal to investiga?. Price reasona- a hiding place, oxen will lick themselves tho wrong way of the hair, ble. Apply for further Information sheep will bleat and skip about, hogs to BARNETT & SON, Ag0nts. turned out In the woods will come WHY NOT MAKE A MONTH to their pens squealing and grunting, Work or Drudgery. S50. a Week, almost $10.00 a Day colts will rub their backs aginst the Many farmers get along without ground, crows will gather in flocks, Selling: Victor Safes and boxes any form of power except their and crickets will sing more loudly. "to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and horses. It has yet to be shown that acIn all probability these many sare, but ao not Know noweaay ttiatoown engines can take the place of horses. tions are due to an uneasiness simSalesmen declare our proposition one ot best, clean-cu- t Yet we admit that for various kinds ilar to that which all who are trouever received. Without previous YOU can duplicate the success of others. of work the engine Is superior to the bled with corns or rheumatism exhandsomely Illustrated catalog horse. Now there was a time when perience just previous to a storm, enable you to present the subject to customers In as, interesting all work was done by horse power. and are caused both by the variation you were piloting them through our factory. a manner as though Men appointed as hiitpgiiiHii t advice mid instructions for selllntr safes, srivinte Men were slow to accept the power In barometric pressure and the convincing talking points which it Is impossible for a prospective customer to deny. WhJ furnished by steam and gas engines. changes In the electrical condition of don't YOU bo the urst to apply from your vicinity before someone else gets the territory! We can favor only one salesman out ot each locality. They did, however, accept It slowly the atmosphere. a ne itn anuiveroary 01 our company was celebrated by for the heavier lines of work and erecting the most modern safe kept on doing the lighter work by factory in the world. Wideawake men who received our hand or horse power. special selling inducement, The Thrice-a-Wee- k Edition fraBBMFaBPYr'liiYiU iirc-- i itaeceaiirr :3iil-ooroutpMen are slow to adopt any new We an awtn.tins, many thousands of dollars am things, slow to see Its real advantage, Of The Hew York World Jsnrlnc our sales organ ltatloaj afraid to try the thing lest it should but to learn All particulars, will co. you ou)r the prict ai fall. A small portable gasoline engine i3iuaiii D. UJ!SSH9Si3!ITf9vSSmmitmm postal card. is no longer an experiment. Such an AsHor Catalogue 16 T. I'r.tctlcuUy a Dally at The Price of a engine has proved itself a great time Weekly. No other Newspaper and labor-savin- g luachino for the THE VICTOR bus.y farmer. Manufacturers In their In the World Gives ho Much " SAFE & LOCK CO. zeal to tempt the prospective purat so Low a Price. chaser have adopted such names as jOi ni.iniuuiTi nuiri ) w Our New Home, biniiinnaii, ur.iu "Chore Boy," "Red aud Ready" or Casaclty 80,000 Safe. Annually. The year 1914 has been the most "Sturdy Jack." Such names personify extraordinary in the history of modqualities which the engine displays. ern times. It has witnessed the outWhen a small, portable, engine of from 2 Vi to 4 horse break of tho great European war, Ladies! ave oncv aD Keep la power can be purchased for from a struggle so titanic that It makes all others look small. Style by Reading McCall's $100 to $lf0 thore Is little reason You live in momentous times, and BUCKBEE'S BULBS SUCCEED Magazine and Using McCaH Patterns why farmers should not make much you should not miss any of the treSPECIAL OFFER' McCall's Mataila.n lit of their labor eusler. These engines r A1 Mtdft ta build Kfltr y mendous events that are occurring. help ynu dren MCAILS MA&UINC trlnl will m&kn vou a Dennanent Cu. are now so well perfected thnt they lit rt inudun in ' tianior. HatUf attlon tfUaavrnnLeod or tout No other newspaper will Inform you money refunded. CAiwntoli Uoopluj will work with very little fastening promptness and cheapness i hi tiosind on l!u Souvenir ColledIoa2JcbJL,r!.l to the ground, hence they can eas- with the uieit fab In oiu In aULalsut UoHllf l WU. UiOM llYMULb. tsUkrt Ulat. BprtU tuwtUk, lite, HtttUta 1U, 0UU, DniuU, 1 edition of tho of the Thrlce-a-Wee- k diillios ami huts U) tUlb, ily bo taken from place to place for aUkUMilu. Baalsv.Ctta.thliiu4ji. Akmmm, brlU. New I'uslimn Doslsus New York World. Moreover, a year's KiMluuJ. VMVia Tuuptrtrr Tulip, vuitnuj V4 hi liiic. Alia tho various Jobs for which their serriu TvllD. OssUUl rtwih. but 41 itobit UrUU. ii1il.bin lliffirlntlloit vices are needed. Such work as run- subscription to It will take you far f ' 4.UAUAAXKEB TO PLKAnK 'I homo uml per on i. campaign. Mintton thit Paptr Writs to'dmy Ouly Konul l:iattort. ning cream separators, pumping wa- Into our next Presidential C'W a ycir JneluditiK MUND 3d OL2NXM ulUtUo World's regu- I The Thrlce-A-Weeli twlt IbU TfJlMbU U Mtf pMtN M4 pjttern. bub- ter, sawing wood, grluding teed, runSWM rMlalt Mf asv vitas subscription price Is only $1,00 1 stWllMB4,lsUada4riMlBsM. wiuiwiinfi, attaint us), tcril.o tmlair or scud IMIMI'1 SflsajrlllfV 1W4 flU IMM Uf M ning washing machines, and many lar for froe samplo copi. 1 ffcrtattlM l lUodS, tfulTM 4 lsU. per year, and this pays for 156 paa Mtuau, hmmmM WjImm I la eaamsrtwa more equally undesirable chores McCaUPalttrainlllciir-btoroutomakelyour l BlOMatlll fl f s ww St part fin Mil vwwfiUI I pers. We offer this unequaled news l PovrsokUsj nrBM uf swsna. wgfftsjii mm own homo, w Itli y.irrnA-- tiniuU cliillilnifur about the farm may be made at least paper and Ctstf wmmmvwmwm9. voutsolf uml ihlltln'ii ttUkb will Ixtiwrd'ct . ., UCDaZX IT. 1 lit. Prlf liichrr tliau li to approach tho realm of things we (Ms Jf. WCfcfM stOCJLTOlD.nA,, rents Boud for freo Pattern Catalogue, i j T1IK HAKTFOItD REPUBLICAN find pleasuro In doing If we have a Ws Will Gis Y. Fi.t PrtxiU for getting sourfi'lends. Hmid for fro together for one year for $1.03. willing form of power at hand. Premium Cataloguo and Cash Priso Offer. The regular subscription price of Women drive a great many ot our THE K.CUX COSlf .tsr, 2) It 24$ Wc4 37 Su HV TSK automobiles. It woman can run a the two papers Is $2.00. one-thirI I d rv JAMES & CO., - Plrst Class aUlverymeri Centertown, Kentucky. up-th- e suffer-000.00- I ! ex-th- 'ls OUR CLUBBING RATES. ... ... I Sea-gul- ls Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. $200. -- That's flre-nro- Bora rprt-lvf- money-makin- g tW ut. well-balanc- BULBS' IIb-id- 1 sill-i.lil- F - 1 ' 1 I k. Off i 1 ff wm-t- -- .no-i- BIG COLLECTION OF SMALL OWE MY HEALTH LATEST WAR NEWS Monthly. The German army, at lenst for thq present, has given up Its efforts to break thru the Allies' lines around Ypres, In Belgium, where the British and French have, taken the offensive. Sunday's fighting was carried on In n fog, which interfered with the work of the airmen nnd the nrtlllcry. The advance of tho Allies has given hope 'In London thnt the Gcrmntis will fall back to a line farther removed from the sea. The fighting nround Ypres Is regarded as the fiercest since the war began. A Dunkirk dispatch says the casualties or the Germans at Ypres are believed to have reached 100,000, hut ndmlts the figures may have been exaggerated. rrr : rrr 'IBBHHHHMHHIHHHIIHHIHHHMBBHHHNBHHBBH ARMS toPeruna was Gradually Breaking Down From Confinement to Store. I Best General Exhibition In The United States. 'd Hand Cannon Which Came Into Use in the Fifteenth Century. V.'ashlngtoii. f jjwFiajQfl Nov. 7. Specimens ' aillltary unil other forms of fire funis from England, France, Russia, .lapan, Germany and many other countries arc now to ho seen In the s exhibition of the I'uited small-arm- J j tftaU's National Museum. The exhibit iiiclmlos some 1,400 Individual pieces nnd comprises probaly the best general collection In the United States, considering thnt there are represented examples of military rifles, pistols and revolvers, sporting shotguns and rifles, target rifles and pistols ;ind r.unu'rous'ortil and unusual pieces relating to the development of Altho the discovery of gunpowder attributed by some to China, there is do positive evidence that the Chines ever made use of it. At an early period they produced certain kinds of llrieworks, accounts of which came throagh Persia, Egypt and the Moorish countries in Southern Europe, but gunpowder for use in firearms, it is lielieved. originated In Italy, Spain or Germany. While cannon of a sort vore built in the early part of tho Fourteenth century, hand firearms "were slow to be adopted on account of their unreliability, and it was not nntil about 1381 that they are known to 'have appeared In Germany, while Bujope In general did not take them tip until the middle of the Fifteenth rntury, when they became known is "hand-canno- n. j to it." Mr. C. N. Peterson, duller In flue boots, shoes nnd clears. No 1.12 South Jtaln Kt Council Uluffa, lowi. writes: "I cannn tell you how much good Pcrtina ha.i done me. Constant conto tell finement In my store boR-ion my health ami I felt that 1 waa Kmdually breaking down. "I tried peverjl remedies prescribed The Russian Admiralty has fssued by my physician, but obtained no per- a statement regarding recent events manent relief until I took Peruna. I felt better Immediately, nnd Ave bot- In the Black Sea with the purpose tles restored me to complete health. of showing that the Turkish claims I have been In the beJt of spirits that hostilities were begun by Russince, and feel that I owe my health , Copyright Hart SeWtacr U Una firearms. Catch Cold Easily. Mr. Arthur O. Peterson. It. K. 21, Box 21, Omro, Wisconsin. was In the habit of catching cold easily. . He says: "It has been seven The German cruiser Geler. which months now since I haw taken any Peruna nnd I haven't felt the least has been undergoing repairs In Honotouch ot cold since, and I am posltlvo lulu harbor while a Japanese squadthat I am now rid of the tendency to ron waited outside, interned for the catch cold. Peruna U a wonderful war last night. Japan is still cele remedy." Thoso who object to liquid modi-cinbrating the fall of Tslng Tau. Cascan now procure Peruna ualties to the Japanese and British sia nrc false. The Russian cavalry has penetrated Silesia and cut the GerD. man railway and nro reported to bo Ho following up their advantage In Gal-Icl- a. ! SUITS FOR ALL OCCASIONS. Most men can't have a Suit for every occasion and don't have time to make the'ehanges if they had the Suits. One of our Suits or Overcoats will fix you for ' rind pistol from Greece, Germany and England are also to be seen in the mutr.nm exhibit. A form of flintlock, called the snapbaunce, followed In 1540. This substituted, in place of the wheel, a Jock which held in, Its jaws a piece of pyrites, and when released hit the cover of the pan striking a spark ttfiikO ignited the charge of powder. A pair of pistols of this type from K'onsiantinoplo illustrate the principle xcll. Further Improvements in the enapnauuee resulted in the flintlock gun, in which a piece of flint replaced the pyrites. Examples of this is'vjrlo are more common and some i sixty are included in the museum y collections, representing nearly country, and well illustrating the varlou9 changes and improvements ev-er- well illustrated by a series of historical cases showing the types used In the succeeding wars from the German advices received In Rome French and Indian to the war with Spain, thus connecting closely his- say that Emperor William, much af fected by the Russian victories, has tory and Invention. While many foreign guns are rep- held a council of war, attended by resented, they are not all of the lat- Gen. von Hlndenburg, the Duke of est pattent or ot the type now In Wuerttemburg and the Austrian use in the European war: in the case Chief of Staff, to decide upon a furof our military rifle, however, the ther plan of campaign. A newspaper latest developments are shown and It dispatch estimates that about 3,000,-00- 0 Austrian and German troops are Is interesting to note that the Springon the line from Cracow, In Gallcla, field rifle generally known as the as to Thorn, In East Prussia. The earliest form of hand gun was 1903 model, though It has been ima crude affair fired by the applica- proved upon since. Is to be found in Earl Kitchener, the British Secretion of a burning match to the touch-hol- three seperate series, the target, tary of State for War, has telegraph-s- d The first improvement was the game and military, showing that it congratulations to Grand Duke mounting ot the match on a spring- - Unsuitable, with different torts of am- Nicholas on the success of the Rusloss lock or cock, which later, upon munition, to many uses. Some of the museum specimens sian arms aglnst the Germans nnd the addition of a spring, became Austrlans. Earl Kitchener predicted Examples are the donation of individuals, othTtoown as the match-locers are from American manufactur- that the joint efforts of the Allies of this early weapon from India, would result in the "final crushing Ohina, Afghanistan, Japan, Formosa, ers, the War and Navy Departments defeat of the enemy," Arafcia, Morocco and Mexico are in and the Patent Office. The collections lrom the orerument departments 'tli: museum collection. Greek Inhabitants of Smyrna are was the came to the museum by virtue of the fleeing The next development In panic. Two forts in the gun. about 1515 or 1517. tact that it is the legal depository Dardanelles have been destroyed. The of all national collections. fired by a spark struck on pyrites by Turks sank a Greek steamer flying a roughened wheel revolved by a the British flag at Alvall. spring. Specimens of this type of gun VERA CRUZ in the capture are given as fourteen otnicers and 420 men. Prisoners taken number 2,300. all occasions. Wear one of our ' . e. k. whf't-iloc- SANITARY with the event. These nobby Sack at the top of this adare good for a walk in the country or an informal party in the evening. Best of all, you know you are dressed in perfect taste. You can't appreciate these clever models until you have seen how they fit. You can't estimate their wearing qualities until you have examined the work manship on these suits and the fabrics out of which they are made. Come in and let us show you and we have no fear but what we can make a deal. up-to-the-min- HART SCHAFFNER & MARX Suits or Overcoats and you are sure to be in tune Suits-illustr- ated made . "One of the most Interesting and valuable arms in the colection is the x John Cookban flintlock breech-load-iu- Magazine gun made in 15S6, viii:h has u magazine In the stock ,pable of holding ten rounds of i WoaT powder and bullets. One move nient of a lever feeds the Ammuni tion into tho barrel, cocks tho hammer and primes tho pan. In spite of tho SsgllMi name of the maker, this odd piece Is believed to be of Spanish origin on account of Its general type and ;he stylo of Its decoration. It was probably brought to Maryland by the early Knglnsh colonists; at Itast It was found In Baltimore and confiscated in ISO!!, and held by the Government until 18G7, when It was tbrovn away. In 1888 It was purchased for a Miuill sum and put In Its present perrcct condition by a siiiHimith ot Baltimore, from whom it was secured by an American collector end presented to the museum-Froa military point of view tho diHij:n of tills gun evidences great advance of lls'timo for, with the magazine charging appurtenance ten ten hints could he fired in but Ilttlo more ilnio than Is required wltl a modc.-- s magazlno gun. Altogether, tho antiquity, design, workmanship and beauty of this gun make It a most valuable and remarkable relic. The collection also contains several Vlllocic and the percussion cap guns, whlca followed the flintlock, and tho Prussian needlo gun and the French Chaeecpot, which uppcared somewhat m later. The development ot the sun and uninunitlon la the United States Is Tuesday. The Germnas have renewed the (Continued from First Page.) offensive in the vicinity of Ypres were detained. The prison was then and Dlxmude, where previous atturned into barracks for a detach- tempts to break through the allied ment of American soldiers and ma- lines had failed. It is reported German troops are being brought from rines. East Prussia to the GerPrevious to the arrival of the American forces Vera Cruz was sorely man army in France and Belgium. afflicted with files, which swarmed In the East the Russian advance by thousands In restaurants and guards are now fighting on both tho airy dispersed a Russian battalion, that It would last long waa certain. cafes and kitchens, and for blocks around the market places. Wagon East Prussian and Posen borders, taking about 500 prisoners and eight The Premier said there would bo asked a vote of credit of considerable loads of garbage which had accumu- and it is claimed the Germans have machine guns. dimensions Monday and an additionlated for years behind ranges and given up their first plan of offering resistance to the Russian advance In Eastern Prussia the Russians al vote for men. Viscount Bryce reon the walls and floors, were realong the Warthe River. have driven back toward Mazourie ferred appreciatively to public opinmoved from some of the Lake the right wing of the Germans, ion in the United Stated. He said cafes. Extraordinary scenes were witness- which has been steadily resisting there could be no talk ot peace ut Another important factor in the cleanliness of the city was the plac ed at Guild Hall In London on the in the region of Lyck. East of Neide-bur- g present. The British torpedo gunboat Niger a Russian cavalry force defeating of galvanized iron garbage cans occasion ot the inaugural banquet of the new Lord Mayor, Sir Charles ed a German detachment which was has been added to the list of those with covers all over the city and the regular collection three times each Johnston, a feature being the pres- protecting the Muschaken railroad. sunk by German submarines. The day of all garbage deposited In such ence of ministers of the crown re- In Gallcla the Russian troops have Niger was torpedoed In the DownB sponsible for the conduct of the war traversed the River Wlsloka and now and foundered, but all her officers cans. and ambassadors of the allied pow occupy Rzeszow, Dynow and Llsko. and crew were saved. Attacking the White Plugue. A Petrograd report says that several The tuberculosis problem in Vera ers. According to Petrograd reports Turkish transports with German ofCruz is an especially serious one, beAn official dispatch from Constanficers aboard have been sunk by the Germans lost 20,000 prisoners on the cause of the very congested living East Prussian border. The Russian conditions in poorer quarters and tinople says that the Turkish fleet Russian fleet off Port Sangouldak. advance in Poland has astonished the Inherent uncleanltness of the shelled a portion of the Russian fleet near, Koaloe, supposed to be on the people. "Although Ilttlo actual change In military experts, having been fourposition has been noted, the German teen miles dally for eighteen days. Soon after the Red Cross estab-Ilshe- d Black Sea coast. headquarters in Vera Cruz the offensive Is growing weaker," says Austria threatens to cross tho SerTwo dispatches from South Africa the statement of an observer at the vian border and crush Servla before United States army sanitary office Russia can come to her assistance. requested tho Red Cross to assist it last night report both a defeat and battle front. victory of the rebel forces under In Its campaign by Notice. employing nurses to visit all persons Gens. De Wet and Beyers. The South African rebels were The open season for hunting beknown to bo suffering from tubercudefeated by the Loyalists at Zand-fonte- gins November 15th and every huntWednesday. losis and to instruct them in the on November S, according to er should procure his license before necessary steps to prevent the spread Two naval victories of great im- tho official report that reached Lon- going Into the field. of the disease and in the first ele- portance, were scored by England don yesterday. ments of homo hygiene. Senator James, Benefactor. yesterday when the cruisers Emden The nurses encountered really ap- aud Koenigsberg were removed from Senator James has done the State Thursday. palling conditions. From eight to fif- action. The Emden, with twenty-tw- o The Germans captured Dlxmude of Kentucky a very real service in teen people, including those afflicted British vessels to its credit, was van- by storm and farther south crossed setting at rest any doubt as to Engwith tuberculosis lived in one room quished by the Australian cruisor tho Yser-Yprcanal, and west of land's position on the shipment of not over twelve feet square without Sidney and then beached. Tho Koen- Langmarck captured the first line of tobacco. There Is to be no limitation sanitary appliances of any kind, the igsberg has been bottled up In an tho Allies' posittlon, according to tho placed on it and Kentucky's tobacco only means of light and' ventilating East African River. More recruits Berlin official report. Altogether 2, is free to go in neutral bottoms to being the one door which opened, as were called for yesterday by England 500 prisoners and fifteen machine any country in tho world. Kentucky a rule, on an interior patio or court when enlistment blanks were sent guns were captured, it is stated. Oth- has a big crop to market and Is in a yard. to every man on the voting list. er successes are reported on the position to command good prices for . Owing to the fact that there was French line, of which the Paris re- It. Senator James has taken no light no certainty as to the stay of the AmGerman attacks .near Ypres (Bel-glu- port issued last night has little to burden off the shoulders of the toerican troops iu Vera Cruz 1 was are reported to be progress- say. Behind Dlxmude Is the direct bacco growers and the banks ot his realized that only small permanent ing slowly. More than 500 French road to Dunkirk, one of the French own state. Incidentally, he has effectually relief In this lino could be afforded; and English prisoners have been tak- ports upon which the Germans have but It was considered worth while en and several machine guns captur- set their heart. contributed to tho mitigation of the to take every possible precaution to ed. Farther south the German troops horrors ot war. Next to food, tho prevent the spread of tuberculosis in are reported to be advancing also, Premier Asqulth declared In the soldier in the field prizes his tobac Vera Cruz wbtta the American sol- the strong counter attacks of tho House of Commons that he doubted i co. Without it the nerves ot the diers, bluejackets and marines were British forces having been repulsed. whether the war would last as longmea 800n set on edge. With It, they stationed there. In Russian Poland the German cav- - as some had originally predicted, but "nd no sma11 measure of comfort E. P. Barnes BEAVER DAM, (& Bro., M KENTUCKY. from conditions which are not ni. ways to be accurately described as luxurious. When it comes Senator Jamca' tlmo to run for president, he ought to swing the foreign vote to a man. Louisville Times. J Mad-do- ln es for tho sum of $1,028.30 with Inter' est at 6 per cent from the 19th day of July. 1910, and tho further sum of 11.20, cost. I, or one of my deputies, will offer for sale on Mondays, Dec. 7, 1914 at the court house dooT In Hartford, Ky between tho hours or 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. at public outcry, tho following described property situated In Ohio County and described as follows: Ucgnnlng at a corner of Rockport Real Estate Company's lot No I, block 3, North with street 60 feet; thenco West with Rice's lino 132 feet to Walnut street; thenco with Walnut street 60 feo; thence East with Rockport Real Estate Company's lino 132 feet to the beginning. anu ueing same property sold by Maddox & Park at a Master Commissioner's sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, which salo was confirmed by an order of tho Ohio Circuit Court, and deed to purchasers at tho October term, 1914, In the suit of A. D. ed. Levied upon tho one-haundivided interest in the above tract of land as the property ot J. E. Maddox, or so much thereof as will satisfy tifc abovo debt, Interest and cost. S. O, KEOWN, S. O. C, lf Sheriff Hale. Persuant to an order Issued from tho Ohio Circuit Court In tho suit of Alvln Rowe, assignee, vs. J. B. x and J. E. Maddox. defendants, the plalntltr was awarded Judgment Park, &c against C. M. Barnett &c, hut which deed has not been record- CASTORIA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S rV