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The Hartford republican: November 20, 1914 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1914 hao1914112001_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: November 20, 1914 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 'I ty VOL. XXV11. NOTED Wattfoxb EejmbJtoni. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY rFine Job Work. Subscription $1 per Year No. 19 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1914. John M. Ifnrl.m, Humphrey Marshall, Judge Wilson, William J. Graves and DEPUTY MARSHAL others. In those days lawyers and Judges JURIST PASSES AWAY MANY MEXICAN KILLS EDWARDS alike traveled around the circuit on hroschuck. Lawyers for both sides la various cases and the judges travel led along the primitive roads Hide by side, enrh with a few law hooks in his saddlo hags. Accumulating considerable wealth Judge Pryor purchased a great deal of land. Fifty-fiv- e years ago he built the mngnlfl- icL't home near Now castie in which lie lived the remaiudr of his life. William S. Pryor Dies New Castle. Served For Twenty-Fiv- e at Muhlenburg County Man Meets Many Death In Vera Cruz. Nov., IB. Gen. Fran- trfir-sOreenshurg, Ky., Nov. 10. 0. L. Cloud Hears llradley Wilson. Attorney General Will Try To Ilrndley Wilson returned frorr Edwards, wanted In the Federal cisco Villa's ngents continued toThink Tolmrro Crop Short. Recover Alleged Ilday to send messages to their nor- Fordsvlllo Saturday night where lw Lexington, Ky Nov. 15. Discus- Court at Louisville on the charge of of Appeals. intimidating u witness and a leading thern chief and to influential mem- spoke to a large crowd In the aftersing tho prospect for the tobacco legal Fees. faction In litigation in that court for bers of their in protest noon. Mr. Wilson discussed a subject crop tonight Silas Shelburne, vet- - figure against the early evacuation of Vera that at present, is a very live one. a year or more, was shot four tunes Judge William Samuel Pryor, for jeran warehouse man, formerly of and killed about noon today by Depu- - Cruz by the United States forces, and Is understood that he was en Richmond, Va., said he did not think Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 13. Fol Iwtnty-flv- o years a member and alleging that such a step would be dorsed lu everything that he said. ome time Chief Justice of tho Ken- tho crop was as fine or as heavy as Howell. The tragedy occurred in the manifest support by the United The meeting was for the purpose of lowing out the directions o'f the re , most of the growers believed t was. ' tucky Court of ppeals, an active States of Gen. Venustlano Carranza. closing a deal with the Consolid- cent Legislature, Attorney General ng, In county "It Is a good crop with more of' ... . olllce build ... n front of Tho hotels here filled with ref- ated tobacco of Ohio County Garnett today filed suit In the State n practitioner for more than three--sco- n v,. ... u,U u..Ui . u was to years and considered among tbn hesivv iliirk irrnilos tlmn will h , er deputy of the Federal Court at ugees and women and children of be delivered at Fordsvllle. The con- Fiscal Court against Dr. J. N. Mcforemost Jurists of the United needed.' he bald. "There Is not as Louisville, surprised Edwards. Ed- better class are becoming a com- tract was properly signed, and every- Cormack, a secretary of the State Board of Health to recover $18,79. SilnUs died Monday morning at 5 much fancy .bright as we have had wards had been before the Louisville mon sight In their corridors. Many thing went off harmoniously. o'clo k at his homo near New Cas- for sovreal years past. While the court n number of times in a damage families onco wealthy, but ruined by Mr. ilson after competing his 48, which, It Is alleged, was spent tle, in Henry county, within sight trashes and lugs and bright loaf are suit charging intimidation brought the warfare are fearful that they will speech relative to the contract for without authority of the law. very desirable, being good and ripe Dr. McCormack lives at BowIInsr of th" place where he was horn. be compelled to remain in Vera the delivery of the Consolidated toby W. A. Caven, who after the Green, and therefore could not be l)i Pth came to Judge Pryor at nnd well matured ind making a fine Intimidation moved out of Cruz as they are without money to bacco at Fardsvlile, assured his auknittL-i- . rii-tlini' " nnf nu l.i.lr.1. the .igo of S3 years, but up until ttlVPPf Kentucky so the suit could be pay their pasage abroad and support dience that at some future date he interviewed In regard to the suit. . T1 "".h"M b nv nau sucn mem. iiiey lost hrmlll It, tlin Pailnril rii, The different Items that make up the ery last he retained his brilII .. themselves after arriving in a for- would "stump" Ohio county, and liant faculties and the full possesion color during the hot rainy spell a cured a verdict for $10,000 and then eign country. would deal with a matter that will the total amount sued for are $2, of brilliant mind. For tho last few weeks ago. This possibly caused compromised with Kdwards. Edwards Just beyond the American lines be Interesting to every voter of that 406. S8 which Is alleged ,to have been spent up to February, 1895, and $8, r.l n.m.tl.H II... .furl-- ! ).,..! !.-- . ' aS ,n,1C" Ioss to the Pinters ill the was wanted at Louisville on the Gen. Ccndide Augilar has only a few county. Owcnsboro Inquirer. co,or of ,h" cn,P ,lfa househunt, 732, which s alleged to havo been ! weakening physically and men on his outpost positions. Scruben charge of Intimidating one "l a,so ani of ,hl' P'"ln that n witnesses in Caven's suit, of the pulous care appears to be spent from 1S95 to 190C There are I Osteopath. in., ii.al1i Is due to Infirmities. taken to but he n,an of tho Prowers will be Dr. An of Ills remarkable vi- -' Kront maintained that every phase of the Prevent any friction of the Amcri- - has Claude Wilson, of Central City, item3 amounting to $5,740.60 and weight of their crop. "HMnken opened his olllce again in Com- $2,100, which Is alleged to have been " t. litj wns his rapid rccoverv from case was settled when he compromls- - cans, to speed whose departure Augi- In tho ,lIU ecl!'3. whore they plant mercial Hotel, Hartford, Ky. Olllce spent for employing attorneys withIn the autum of 1112. when .t i.i ed with Cuven. Two or three efforts 'ar is said to have begged Gen. unmi. tne dry weather stonned U'lipfl niml.k tn Lnmipa T."Mn wjr ....a. - Klllnlll, HllMftrrnT tn .tl.i IiI.m t. .... days, Tuesdays and Fridays each out warrent of law. h " t allied n broken shoulder blade. i ' " '" ""- - u".uo ira" jv." .". ... u.i Ihom r.,,,1 r..t n...l. Many Items liairetl. II ' eneo in the court at Louisville, but agreement not to begin hostilities un- - week. Hours 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. 17tf 'is then S7 years old, hut he , . .3 1'iaiiiru bo . am naruiy count each visit to his home near Buck-- 1 til they had departed, Two items of ?500 which it is r and was up and about 'red on ii.upIi more than an average crop alleged, went to Dr. McCormack, and u i i.i n remarkably short time. 1'iiebhi Kvado Capture. i.ersvllle In .Muhlenburg county CITIZEN WILL ct H'irlry tobacco." ?700, which is allenged to have been Gens. Higenio and Benjamin him bnrricaded lu his barn found Corn hi Henry Count . divided between Dr. J. JL Mathews, several of his friends and rel- - Bumedo have not succeeded In cap- Ige Pryor was born In Henry J UPHOLD LAW. William Bailey J. A. Shorley. Chester 'ativis with him. Word was sent'turlng Puebla, hut have interrupted 1 April lh2."., LORD ROBERTS' . vi iny, Kentucky, Mayer, W. A. Qulnn, G. W. Guaf-ma- n him by the oficers that no harm was traffic to that place. It Is believed i r 'iv ('untie, and within sight of and G. T. Fuller. Most of these In m. but on neither two or here that the new step of the aged I ninnt p"CHcut home. He was. the son SUDDEN DEATH tune trips made to his ' leader will be to cut the Many Men Pledge Themselves lte,ns r expe'so it is claimed win home by the w .i muel Pryor. whose father. John :not oe recovered even If they were otiicirs could be induced to come Mexican road .near Apizaco where I to1 Mr removed from Virginia To Help 2estore due, because they have been barred the brunch from Puebla joins the out from, behind his barricade. U,.11ckylnth,ploneerdaysofHenry,Britjsh p: d Mars)al Had Rg by the five years statue of llmina-tio- n. main line. Apizaco is said to be in his WotkeO i:u.f mi IMwaiil. vi i i. y. John Pryor entered a tract ' Order. The two ofticers drove into Greens hands already, i (lovernmout land In the vicinity viewed Indian All of these items were rehashed burg this morning, Hoping to Mir- Gen. Carranza's strength at Tam- Nt .v Castle, and among his des- prisc Edwards In town, this being Paco appeared to have been increas- - f Greenvlllo, Ky., Nov. 17 -- The many times during the recent sesTroops. '.its have been numbered some County Court day. they met him C(J today by the arrival there of the mass meeting of citizens held here sion or the Legislature and hve y i th' greatest Jurists of the about noon In front bf the county jsunbont Zaragoza and the declara-offic- e this afternoon in the Interests of been published in the papers many bar. London, Nov. 15. The death of building and while Dyer! than of Capt. Malpica. commanding law and order is thought to have times. On the old Pryor homestead was A bitter fight has been waged on Field Marshal Karl Roberts, which seized Edwards' right arm Howell the vessel that lie was for Carranza. been a success. One thousand nxn. lield Mi first court ever convened in Dr. McCormack by members of tho Hrnr.) County, and tradition frays occurred last evening at the head- seized his left and removed two The gunboat was detained by the pie were present, not all being able large pistols which Edwards carried Constitutionalists at the entrance of to get into the larg Circuit Court medical profession, and while it wan Hint tho bench on which "his honor" quarters of the British expeditionary said during the legislative session at was a htump. while the Jurors forco ,n France, was extremely sud-we- in a belt about his waist 'Edwards the river and her commander com- room. (,elu was taken into the coridor of the pelled to declare for which side he The meeting was called to gether that much of the money may have ranged on a log nearby. Samuel ,,e was m h,s usual B0(1 health building, where his arrest and disarm would fight. by Judge J. J. Rice, who stated the been expended without authorltty. of Pryor, the Judge's father, was twice' law, still all of It was expended for ' when he Ieft Enslaud on Wednesday lug caused a commotion. One of EdFighting in the Interior back of objects of It and called upon all Sheriff of the county, and hold a what the Board of Health thought n,s daughter. Lady Aileen y ward's sons, who was in tho County Tampico has not yet begun, so far people to assist in restoring number or other positions in thoso,w,tH law and order. He named Judge T. was for the public good and therefore-i-t MaJ. Lewln. Clerk's office, ran into the hall and as reports Tecleved here indicate. days. Judge Pryor's mother crts' and n,s Is doubtful if it Is recoverable, Ready To Fight. J. Sparks to preside over the meetwns Miss N'nnpv Snmimi n .igmrhinr I The party had a rough trip crossing grappled with Deputy Marshal Dyer. ' tllc 'channel, but the aged General Laredo, Tex., Nov. 15. Accord- ing, who also made a strong plea even if it Is found that Dr. McCorEdwards then reached for a small of William Samuel, who was long mack Is In fault. a prominent farmer and nolltlclan In1 foU no ,n effects and went thru with automatic pistol he carried in his ing to advices reaching here from for upholding the law. Kept Examination Fees. Obregon, a Carranza chief, has tele on the continent. Judge Sparks made the point that pocket. Deputy Marshal In PrBram Howell that section of tho State. The matur-'11- " ' Much of the money sov.ght to be ret he was about to return home struggled to get Edward's pistol graphed to Eulallo Gulterrez, at Au- no discussions would be had as to nl grandmother of Judge Pryor was covered is alleged to be due the State informing irom mm ana also drew his own. gustas Callentes. him real or fancied grievances, but that a daughter of William Mnrshmt. n wen his death occurred. KarI RoertB had motored to the shooting Edwards four or five times that If Carranza falls to retire after all would be called upon to bring from the fees paid to the State member of the distinguished family' Board of Health by physicians for of that name In Kentucky and a jela- - British bases camps, had reviewed wrhen he finally got his own gun from the retirement of Gen. Villa, "all an end to the present conditions. He UM- - "u"an iroops anu nau conferred . nts pocKet. officers will fight for the triumph was followed by L. B. Walker, presi- tholr examinations when they entered of Chief Justice Marshall. tlvc dent of District No. 23, of the Unit- the medical profession." Young Edwards was taken to Le of right and Jutlce." Judge Pryor's mother, after the w,ln tlle ,cadlnB officers. It was not There is no law stating what shall d The message adds, however, that ed Mine Workers of America, who banon during the afternoon to appear or her husband In the thirties, ,mt" about dinner time, Friday death tllnt ho complained of a slight before the Federal Commisloner tho retirement of Villa must be In denied that the mine workers' organi- become of this money and while It dipt. Barbour, who bulll,1"' is taken by the Attorney General the first lock In the Kentucky River chl"' As h,s temperature Increased, there on the charge of Interfering fact and not In theory and that Villa zation Is responsible for present that the money should have been of lawlessness. 'nodical men were called In and o with an officer. The body of the elder must not be held as a partrlot maktor the Government. Her son was Tho latter was followed by M. W. paid to the State, It is alleged that Joseph Barbour, Judge pry. , nounced his condition critical. They Edwards was removed to his home at ing a sacraflce for the sake or peace Carver, president of the farmers' to- the examiners kept the fees for holdrelieved the General of his pain, and Bucknersvllle. r, and then given another command. or's who was Judge of bacco organization, who pledged the ing the examinations. no feH n8,eep. His death occurrd dur- tho Superior Court nt one time. Sharp Verbal Tilt at National Suf aid of farmers of tho county to the The petition was prepared by ,nB Reared to tho invigorating Influ- Notice To Teachers. fragist Convention. General Hogan and movement. C. W. Wells, Mayor of ncos or the old homo farm young ' Tl10 Paf,sllR or tho great warrior The Woman's Literary Club of isasiiville, Tenn., Nov. 14. A Central City, made a strong appeal filed by Attorney General Garnett. "Will Tryor began early to abslst his j llas createi1 Profound grief thruout Hartford Is offering a prize of five sharp father in Its management. His early tho cou,,try. At all churches, and In dollars ror the most successful Crozier-Frenc- verbal tilt between Mrs. L. to the pople present to uphold the of Knoxvllle, Tenn., law. He showed the results of the sol(flers' training camps, touch- Tariff Blasts SuRar Plant. education consisted of such advnn. the monllght school conducted 'In the and Miss Kate M. Gordon, of New mine workers' organization and tho Because Ills sugar beet factory at tages as were afforded by the district ,nB references wero made today to : i iiupe mure oi mo leacuers Orleans, arising from the delegates' benefits derived from It and that Janetville, Wic, was put out of busischools or tho locality. As a young 'J,b ?th.,and tho "Dead March lu Wll get busy In this laudable under- action yesterday on tho contest for present conditions threatened it with ness by the Underwood Tariff, Capa leiegram 10 taking. no went to Trimble man iiaju. county,' seats waged by rival Tennessee del- destruction. Addresses were made by tain James Davidson, or Bay City, where ho worked at the courthouse Lad" Ro,,erts, Field Marshal Sir Copies or the Course of Study and egations, enlivened today's session W. A. Wlckllffe and W. G. Duncau. through his attorneys, before the jonn trench lu the name of tho army also at Bedford, under the direction of tho Arbor and Bird Day bulle- or the National American Woman's mlno operators here, and by Hulbert Tax Board recently demanded that Ills uncle, Judge Jas. Pryor, or Cov- serving in France, expressed doeD tin Issued by the State Department Suffrago association here. The con Meredith, an attorney. the closed factory bo assessed as ington. Judge Jumes Pryor was a sympathy, saying: nre now at my office for distribution Judgo Sparks asked all who would Junk, and not at $50,ooo. The at"Your grler is shared by us who among the teachers. Please call at vention had voted to seat both Tenprominent lawyer of that day and nessee factions, one headed by Mrs. lend their whole influence to assist torneys for Captain Davidson de chief. once at onu tlmo was professor of law In mourn the loss or a much-love- d OZNA SHULTS, French and the other by Mrs. tho officers of the law in breaking clared that the plant Is Idle, with tho University or Louisville. Later As he was called, It seems Htter to S. S. O. C. James McCormack, of Memphis, giv- up the trouble to stand up. no prospects of reopening. the ending of the life of a great solho became Circuit Judge In his dising each delegation half a vote. All stood on their feet and round Officials of the Wisconsin Sugar trict. Young Pryor progressed in the dier that he should have passed away War Time Wit. Rising to a question of personal after round or applause rang rorth. Co., at Waukesha, declare It Is doubtor his choson proresslon, and in tho midst of the troops he loved study Reports Indicate General demand privilege, Mrs, French charged that Every ono Interested In the mass ful whether Wisconsin planters of bo rapid was his absorption or tho so well, and within the sound or the Is outranking General Supply. Wall the special committeo'8 decision on meeting Is delighted and it appars sugar beets will continue In the Inguns." science or jurisdiction that ho was Street Journal. the contest had determined by preju- that great good will bo accomplish- dustry, even with the advance In ready to bo admitted to tho bar In No New Trial for I.eo M. Frank. With the usual rate of peacemakdice. "The chairman of tho special ed. It Is thought that other like meet- price and scarcity of the product due 1S44, a year after ho began his Atlantta. Ga., Nov. 14. Tho State ers we step la between the combat committee," said Mrs. ings will bo had. Precautions aro be- to the European war, unless PresiCrozier-Frenc- h studies. Supreme court today rerused a new ants and got hit with a war tax. towns and dent Wilson gives some assurauce heatedly, "has done our state ing taken at several As he had not attained his ma- - trial to Leo M. Frank, convicted here Salt Lako Tribune. association an Injustice. She has dis threats are heard dally, but It Is be- that the free sugar clause of the wua necessary to navo a August 25, 1913, ror the murder of jumjr h How many American cities would criminated against us because we lieved by many that the worst of the Underwood bill will be repealed. special enactment of the Legislature Mary Phagan. Frank's motion for M pay .w. like Brussels, to are not members of tho Southern trouble Is over. They declare Wisconsin cannot grow grant nim tho right to practice In rohearlng was based on the ground 'got a76,000,000, Mayor out of pawn? Plilla Suffrago conference of which sho is beets under Free-Trad- e. Michigan Lawyer Knew-- Better. Kentucky courts. Riding horseback that his constitutional rights had delphta Evening Ledger. president. I demand a reconsideraTom Orchlltree, having been hurt Manufacturer. twenty-eigh- t miles to Frankrort ho been violated by reason of his abThe Japs say they do not In a railway accident, brought suit yas examined by Judgo John J. Ma- sence from the court room when Philippines. ' Neither do want the tion of the convention's action." the DemoFurniture For Sale One good "I am tho woman who has been for damages. Walking with tho aid and then was given his license when the Jury returned its verdict. rshall crats. Guess they're safe for tho accused of bringing in a prejudiced or crutches some months afterward sideboard and ono good, large wardto practice, Ho Immediately opened- By sustaining the State's demurrer present. Manchester Mirror. robe. Both In good condition and will report," retorted Miss Gordon, "for he met a friend, who inquired: law offices in New Castle and In short to the Frank motion to set aside th Wlsconsls, with thousands of bush I was chairman of that committee. you get along without be sold at a big bargain. Can be ex"Can't order succeeded In building up a verdict of the lower court, the ls of potatoes to ship, isn't having Mrs. French has niado an attack up- crutches, Tom?" amined at Hartford, Ky., at my mothlttrCO and lucrative cllentnirn holHI,.,, nrm . . ,,,.' , ..n - . "- -- a ujcaun wui io worry .oecause she doesn't manu- - on my integrity as a woman u.,,.H doctor says I can," said Or- er's residence. For price addresi, I "The . ! Ut uuiung bucu eminent mem- - r ranus only appeal and now is to the Bu- - facture soige guns. Milwaukee emphatically resent it. Her personal chlltree, "but my lawyer says I J. NEY F0ST8R, bers of the bar as former Justice preme Court of the United States. Journal. charges ugalnst me are unfounded In can't." 4t Phlllw, Mlas. On The Kentucky Court le-K- nl Years fact and I leave It to other members of the committee whether I tried to Influence the decision In any way." PEOPLE RUINED Mrs. Greeley of Xew York, a member of tho committee was recognized and told the delegates that the commltcc's decision Wealthy Families Are winout tne vote of was reached the chairman The convention then voted to reconIn Penniless sider yesterday's action on the contest, and a motion was adopted to seat both the Tennessee delegations giving each member a full vote. SUES HEALTH BOARD HEAD Dr. McCormack Defendant In Suit For $18,379. ,.,..., ..... ' """ ' I li-- s tu.-la- nc ' ... l.lr. ' Ar-wl- tli ' , Ken-tack- re law-abidi- Rob-varl- ! son-in-la- I I even-marrie- con-dito- ns pro-Judg- half-brothe- I "'P h, ! I i w-- -... lt. Su-'e- - ..J..,.-..- ! I ncsscs on the stnnd and let us see If then duly empaneled on said grand Jury by said court; and that after Ills. Itingo This Is n court of Justice, said grand Jury was thus constl- II think this rather an unseomlng pro- - tuted It returned the indictment In As an officer of this court, this action on the last day of the ....... v .... V... ...... -- - " " " from any of this. I have no interest last hour of said day, thereby pre-- ! ! il.... una .l..r... I mi.- in"" "ii in ili.i- iii.ih mi nmllinii.l I'linm until.-' vt'iiuiiK il.l- - iiciciuiaiu ami ins couc- - i !nu iioiu'"B 0' M,s nu,S investigated, or of fendnnts from hnvlng nn opportunity) Interesting t fllll fllllll? fl In IlllVn fl ...... ... anl.1 t.im nt nn,iwt llotllfT ttllllrtoH. nlll! , .fl Uf " ,,,al JU art IKieiHllllB .r. f J l' "'- trill nt i.l .V.I.I saidV.UUII, j statement simply saying there Is no the object and purpose oinof cotempt or reflecting on the Judge, tWeen LOUrt I Wilson No contempt proceedings 'evidence In my possession sufficient cers, tho said T. F. Illrkhead, Hen D. to convict. Now, I cannot imagine Klngo and said grand Jury belnc to n nil wiiii mo. W,I" t,,nt slln1(1 lu,t 1,c "10 CIltl "f bring this defendant and his codeRul f0Urt Then I call attention to Cairncd No Power to Over thc court, t,1,nk" Mr. Wilson fcmlanta herein Into public odium grabine fact that a lette'r you addressed J1' co,,rt' I,l,,"k '" and contempt. good!'3 !n co,e,m,t Motion Tc Dismiss A to tho court reflected on twelve mote Letter to touit. I What have cuuri ougui in sa.v tu nun iae inu mnii ns cr.iml lurors. . Fro edition. He sas that immediately JIIOIICI VlllllM.-.... IV OUJ.. Il... ll,n.after Wl'llt, lliMl.i ,ijl Court I understand Wilson to! said Indictment was returned herein Wilson I have no anolocr In tho 'world to make for what I have said i ny ho Intended no contempt to the he addressed an open letter to Hon. T. F. Iltrkliead, Judge aforesaid, Hclow we give a stenograph report abml lnose twelve men i knocked court, of the Daviess on ,,)0 RranJ jury l!oor nn,i np. Wilson Absolutely none to tho asking him to call a special term of of the proceedings I want It understood. Your court for thc purpose of giving him Circuit Court, as published in the tl,np.,i ,i, mmnnn o.irii w.ek nn.i ' court. ' , apologies to the and his codefendnnts a trial herein, , Owcnsboro Messenger m the timo 'i admitted to that crand Honor, that no urging upon hlni the necessity to Dradley Wilson case was dismiss- - jury so t couIl, re, Ue my aI(,e of (he grand Jury. the rid him and Ills codefendnnts or tho ed on motion of the Commonwealth's Wil-on- 's ,,ut.nl011 a,i i wns ignored. .Milnll. odium cist upon him as this affiant Attorney: OMcer, or St.ite. Suotn Wilson filed, The affidavit that Judge Blrkhcad Would you bo court Did you not understand taking Judge illrkhead to vacate the was at the time employed ns man ager of the Consolidated Tobacco willing to withdraw your affidavit tl)Ut tUcy woro swor officers of the bench, follows: C! rowers' association of Kentuckv. hied hire upon the filing of a state- - bl!llC7 The niliaut says that he Is one of but thnt the said Judge failed to call I..PTX .ilMlllsins uie iiruacuuiiiiii. Wilson Yes.. sir. I know thc dlt'. the defendants In the nhovi- - Ktvlnl said special term for said purpose, Wilton No,, sir? ties of a grand Jury, your honor. action pending in the Daviess circuit but did call a special term for the Perhaps you do not under Court Court Have ou ever served on a court and be does not believe that trial of certain cases named by him, ytanil tho situation. The common- grand Jur. ? ) Hon. T. P. Hirkhead. 'judge of the and from which list this case was attorney ls proposing to diswealth WlUon No sir, But I know the Daviess circuit court can, or will, omitted. UItAD!,KY WILSON. miss trie prosecution and take it off duties of one, and I never was in- give this defendant, or the other deSubscribed and sworn to before The question addressed dicted by one before; and what I tho docket. fendants herein, n fair and impar- me by Ilradley Wilson, this, the 4th to yon ls If you would not like to preter if you will allow me I tial trial of The Jay of November, 1914. the issues herein. your affidavit filed with would prefer that those witnesses be withdraw affiant's belief is based upon the folGEO. F. HAYNKS, D. C. thecltrk? made to take the stand and tell to lowing grounds, towlt: honor, I have no this public and state to the press just Wilson Your That on May 23, 1914, whlcji was desire, personally speaking for my- what they told to that grand jury. the first day on the May term, 1914, FOR FLETCHER'S self i have no desire to withdraw Court The judge of the court ls of this court, Hon. Hen D. Illngo was . tlite case, nor to dismiss it. I powerless to do that when thc com- requested by the court to deliver thc 4 Court It is a matter that the law monwealth attorney is moving to discourt's charge to the grand Jury of People Out of Patience Willi WIImiii. imports In the commonwealth attor-ne- r, miss the prosecution. said county, and that notwithstandThe effort to maintain a public prosecution. to dismiss this Wilson Then let the burden fall ing the many violations of law In popularity of the present Democratic J . Wilson Then, that Is all right for where it belongs. It Is not on me. said county since a grand Jury had administration is coming to be one of ' liirn. L thought you asked me if I If so, I am willing to stand thc I have recently purchased from A. C. Yciser his recording been empaneled, the whole of said the most pathetic situations ever cared to do it. Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, charge was directed at the good known in political history. you are trial. Court I asked you if Court The end of the case can ho name of a tobacco organization then Hartford, Ktna, Phoenix utal Fidelity, underwriters, which includes When tills administration began v.'llling If the commonwealth attor- reached on motion of the commonexisting in said county and nn at- eeryone was Its Kery-o.n- e the business written in nil the town-- and villages in Ohio county. you ney dismisses the prosecution, wealth attorney. tempt to give It a bad name, the said These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will he pleased to wanted it to succeed. President will withdraw your affidavit? Wilson This was not settled by charge being in words as In exhibits Wilfon has a personality which ap-- 1 hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, Wilson I do not know what the me. It was not my agreement aim one and two, and was given for thc peals to thc public, but thnt is far commonwealth attorney has doue. I it was not my consent. wrongful purpose of exciting herein from making him a successful execuhadn't heard him do anything. Court He has that power. and to thus bring said organization tive officer. Ho has moved to dismiss Court Wilson Then let him exercise It. Into disrepute In said county. He The American public has lost pathe prosecution, and is moving to I have no apologieb to make to him says N that he believes thnt said tience with the administration, how& I am asking if you want ditiniis it. In the least. charge was made by Itingo aftg,r con- ever, as not a single one of its polito withdraw your affidavit and take Court What do you say on the sultation with the Honorable T. F. cies have proven successful, under record. it out of the subject of reflecting on the grand Hirkhead, judge aforesaid, and he impartial and scrutiny. Wilson No sir. I do not care to jury? says that after said charge had been Democratic followers make speeches . "withdraw thc affidavit. 0ne dealer or agent in Wilson I have no apologies to delivered to the jrand jury thc said lauding this Democratic admiuistra-- 1 il find tnrMnittf in " vmir Court The thing I am addressin? make to that grand jury. judge gave said grand Jury an addi- Hon to the skies, but the great Am- - j sell Evinrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe to you, personally, is not in' your Court Then, do I understand you tional charge in support of thc one erican people know better far bet- Motors, which are advertised in all reputable COJKvJi ini'irt thoroughly. In that affidavit to retlect on the court? made by said Hiugo, and urged said ter. Many newspapers are still tol-- 1 y magazines of the world. This advertising avTrvifI you made some reflection on the Wilson I will explain myself if grand jury to action, and in tears, erant. but the drift ot the American r campaign reaches thousands who have use attorney and the you will give a little more time. commonwealth I .uul in his most serious wanMr pre3s is lowly but surely to straight-ou- t for portable and detachable rowboat of the will make myself a grand jury and the judge little more ex urged grand jury to be brave motors, but who would hate no use lor launches on U condemnation of the policies and M$. court. And you have tho power, if plicit. This Is my intention: In that, enough the nccour.t of lack of time and no summer homes. WmIc to discharge their duty. act of this Democratic regime. BKaWU Bad you want to, to withdraw that afii letter, promptly for particulars as to how representatives are it I remember correctly, I re- meaning them This is especially true In with and protected. Begin operations at dait and take It out of the record. ferred to the fact that that Indlct-nie- should dotoassay to Ringo that they Congressional district, where my own Mr. had Intionce so aa to amain the lull beneht or the season, li'Al all tho Wilson- - -- You k.iow, I would rath was returned practically the mated to them that they should do. mining and lumber iuduntries have or, Your Honor, that you pass on this last day of the grand Jury. EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY They 292 Wallcer Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN been seriously injured virtually Selection of Jury. caie on the motion ot the com did not allow me to have any opporHe says that the said T. F. Illrk- J shut down as a result of thc Demo monwealth attorney. tunity, nor chance, to defend mycratic free trade tariff. The industrial Xi 1'imer to Decline self. I realized the weight upon my head before empaneling said grand workers in my district are suffering jury at said term of court took the Court That is pending now. and shoulders. I realize the embarrassthe court has no power to decline to ment on myself and my family, and list of both the petit and grand severely in consequence of the finan- "' : o- butitain his motion, and the court has to that extent I appealed to you. Jurors for said term of court and cial and industrial depression which ' Tn most economical, cleansing and has been brought about by this and Ilabb's wifo left together and to dismiss It, and thc court has to Court Are you a man of family? that he and the said Hen I). Itingo germicidal of all antl3cptlca ia Democnt'ic administration. went to Louisville where they reMii;;tnin his motion; and I am asking canvassed same and selected from Sister- - Are Worrying. They are also looking forward with mained for perhaps a week. Their you whether you want to withdraw Wilson No sir, but I have sisters the whole of said list, consisting of dismay to a year or so hence when whereabouts woro unknown to the thlrty-sl- x your affidavit and take it out of the who are very names, tho names ot fond of me: as fond of the European nations will return de- folks at home, until ;!rs. Ilabb wrote record? me as anybody's sh.ters.and worried twelve who should be selected as stitute to work, willing to accept any ncr mother, telling her where she grand jurors for said term of court, Wilson No, I do not care to with- today with this case; and It Is no wage, to fight off starvation. was. Her mother gave the message A soluble Antiseptic Powder to draw it. Just let It stay there. done, case. And It It Is, put those wit- - all of which was wrongfully The policy of protection is prima- to Dabb, who went to Louisville. But bo dissolved in Water as needed. and which was done with the object Court I want to suggest to you: As a medicinal antiseptic for douches In my opinion, you are bordering ou and purpose of procuring an indict- rily intended to protect thc Ameri- before he arrived there Mrs. Ilabb in treating catarrh, Inflammation or against this defendant herein, can worklngman from the cheaper la- decided to return home. eve of contempt of court. Perment thc However, Ilabb found O'Bryan and ulceration of noao, throat, and that as he believes, although lie had not bor of Europe. This is a condition haps you do not intend It, and for caused by fcminlno ills It purpose I am giving you an opany of the violations of coming, with tho established labor they talked the matter over and It For ten years th- - Lydia has no canal. committed that E. Plnkliam conditions in America, entirely with- appears discussed the matter with Mctllclno Co. tho law mentioned by said Itingo in portunity to withdraw your affidavit. has out protection, In the face of an In tho county attorney of Jefferson in their private recommoct id Paxtino his said address. Wilson I appreciate that very correspondent with He says thnt the grand jury as flux of very much cheaper European county, who advised them to make women, which proves its superiority. much; and if I am In contempt ot court, I have no desire to be in confirst composed was made up of the labor than ever before. It seems that up and return home and drop the Womon who havo been cured say It appears that Ilabb it ia "worth its wulght in gold." At tempt of court, but I have no desire By Lydia E. Pinldiam's Veg- - following named persons, towlt: It. the American workmen are soon to matter. , bitterly regret the day and fate that finally ngreed to drop the matter druggists. POc. largo box, or by mall. Glo-erto withdraw that affidavit. J. II. Ilurton, George H. iable Compound and Wants H. pay him Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Do3ton, Mass. Cox. J. H. Shlveley, S. II. Lee, Dee brought a Democratic administration provided O'Hryan would Court Then,' do you desire to Other Suffering Women $800 for the havoc wrought in his and a free-trad- e tariff into being. apologize to tho court for any Lancaster, W. It. Skillman, A) S. E. The farmers of my district, and homo circle. O'Hryan agreed to do To Know Stone, Ben F. Pruden, J. H. Allen TbeThrice-a-Wee- k mino Is ono of the best agricultural .this, but after returning home, it Edition Wilson I say I had no Intention and M. C. Haskett. with C. Murfreesboro. Tenn. in the country, are becoming pears be could not rabe the money "I have I as foreman. He sas that A. Todd, or (ontenipt of court, whatever. notwith wanted to write to you for a long time alarmed at the tremendous increase, or changed his mind. Of The New York World Court Then, to thnt extent you to tell you what your standing the excitable address of of farm products that have been im- Whereupon Ilabb had a warrant wluh to withdraw your presumption said Ulngo, said grand jury failed to wonderful remedies In Judge Mill's court chargus fo'Joctlng on tho court? have done for me. I Indict this affiant, or his codefend ported Into the United States under issued tariff. It ing O'Hryan with adultery by having Piartlcally a Dally at The AVUson was a sufferer from ants, during the first week of Its ses jthis Democratic free-trad- e Thero was no purposo of Prlco of a contempt there, and no intention of female weakness slon. and that then the court ex ls tound that, by actual figures, thc cohabitated with his (Ilabb's) wife. Weekly. o other Xcw.spapcr When the testimony developed tho Importations of meats, grain, wool, and displacement cused from service on said grand contempt. It waa an affidavit I in the World O.'ho so Much and I would have Jury S. E. was committed made setting forth my reasons. Stono and C. A. Todd, and 'and other fnrm products, during tho fact tbut the offense such tired, worn out at mi l;im a Price. present tariff in Louisville. O'Hryan's attorney first ton months ot the Court Now that it Is not going feelings, sick head- of its own motion took K. V. Derk-- I law, If brought In under the duties moved to dismiss tho case because of lor trial, do you say to tho court that who Imposed by tho Payne bill would have tho lack of aches and dizzy siitro nnd w . L. Lashbrook, Jurisdiction. Tills quesyou had no purpose of rollectin? on The year 11)11 has been the most srclU. Doctors did wero known to bo biased and proju- - i almost made up the deficiency of cus tion was elaborately argued, decisme no good so I tried diced against said tobacco growers' the court? ions of tho court of appeals brought otraordlnar In the history of modtho I.u!in E. Pink- - association and this defendant, who toms revenues, during that time. Wilton As contempt; but I do By uddlng on the loss ot revoiiuo forth, and all that, finally ending in ern times, h has witnessed the outham Remedies Vegetable Compound were serving on not want to withdraw any of the the petit Jury in break or the great European war, facts in thnt iifllduvlt. To bo plain: and Sanative Wash. I am now well and said court tint! empaneled them on on sugar the deficiency would almost Judge Mills holding O'Bryan over strong and can do all ny own work. I entirely bo made up. under $50 bond to answer any In- n struggle so titanic that It makes Will jou allow mo a word or two? If owe it all to Lydia IS. PmUl.atn'd Vege-taLl- u said grand jury, and afterwards exThe farmer Is beginning to feel dictment that might be found uglust all others look you will give mo tlmo I will make it small. Compound and want other suftVr- - cused J. II. Allen troni said grand that ho Is hit hard at last, nnd Is li nt In Jefferson county. juon explicit. ing women to know about it. " Mn. Jury and excused J. You live In momentous times, and E. Greenwell giving in his testimony, howIn H. E. Maucn, 2tl S. Spring, St., Mur- - from the petit Jury and empaneled dreading tho future. Tho Industrial Court Tho Judge of the court hn Is hit hard, and ever, Babb dovoloped the transaction you should not miss any of the treno unkind feelings, but ho Ireesboro, 'lenn. said Greenwell on said grand jury, worker knows by which he had agreed to accept mendous events thnt are occurring. This famous remedy, the medicinal he boing known to havo n bias feols that tho worst is yot to come. docs not like for you to rnliect on Hon. C. Dasrom Slump, Congressman $S00 and drop any prosecution. No other newspaper will inform ou of which are derived frjm against said lilin, or his good grand Jury, or tho ingredients tobacco growers' assoO'Hryan's attornoy then made the with tho from Virginia. nutivo roots and httb3, has for pearly ciation promptness and cheapnesa commonwealth attornoy. and this point that Babb bad been guilty of ot tuu Thrice-a-Weelorty yeara proved to bo a imut valuu- - the said Judge defendant; und then UefendliiK Himself edition of tho excused J. H. Shive-lo- y mo tnnlp fm ltwimittf nf li t Amml.. A Miwip in Court. compounding a misdemeanor uud Now York World. Moreover, Wllaon You know I was defend-- 1 organism. and Dee Lancaster from further a year's Women everywhere boar Judge Mills had bofore him a case should bo held to answer upon the ...... r,. injr njMlf, Judge, Bllbscrlntlnn in it will i, willing testimony to the wonderful vir- service on said grand Jury and In- last week which dovoloped some uniuA?e, "",8. r.t:UnQ,, nto our next Presidential campaign. 1TB1. t'onrt I repeat again. You liavo tue of Lydia E. Pinkham'j V'ctaLk stead of directing tho sheriff of Da- usual as well as salacious features. contention nnd placed Ilabb un The Thrlce-A-Wco- k tho right to way, in view of tho Compound. viess county to summon World's regu- two byThe case originated in Judge Mills der a bond of SBO to answer the Why Loso Hopo. , $i;oo lar .ubtcrlpUon pr!co , i'onrsr tho commonwealtht attorney standers or drawing their names court by reason of n wurrant being charge of compounding a : No woman uuirering from any form from in sde- year, and this pays for 150 pa- linn elected, to dismiss tho prosecuthe jper of female troubles should lose hope un- directed Jury wheel the said Judge sworn out by A. L. Ilabb charging meanor. Madlsonvlllo Hustler. pers. Wo offer this unequaled news-- -' tion that you can withdraw from Ernest Howell, deputy sher- Oral O'Hryan, his brother-in-latil she has given Lydia E. Pinkhum'a paper and iff of Daviess county to summon II. with adultery. the record, If you want to, your af- Vegetable Compound a fair tiial. Important. fidavit. P. Coomes and W. II. Duncan, who THE ll.VltTFOIU) REPUBLICAN Bear in mind that Chamberlain's The testimony In the case de If you want special advice write to Wilson I appreciate your offer Lydia I, 1'luLbnci Medicine Co. (con wero biased against bald organiza veloped the following state of facts: Tablets not only move the bowels but together fop nn von, tn. Lynn, Mass. Tour letter Mill tion and this defendant, for service O'Bryan married a sister of Babb Improve the appetjte and strengthen ' The regular very much, and as far as you are subscription price of. pcibonally concerned, and as far aa ImiipenH, read and answered by n on satu grand Jury, and they were and Babb married a Miss LIpford , tho digestion. For sale by all dealers, tho two papers is 92.00. wuiaau uud held la tftrlci cvuHJeucc, llfll Mill III! analJeienaani the court Is concerned, I had no In- tcntlon of that. I merely set up my grounds In that affidavit for asking (PICE'5'0" ,0 vacal tuc c"cn t,liU ls nil. CfiAl ' It Is no purpose of hurting your r' "" myself as I saw it, that ls i1""" nu. Dialogue Be- - Court Then you sav to the court .. ... 1. III . -- . II I.. ,UU l I jjir e. i ' . .. THE TRUTH! The world will be bing for food. Now is your I - I J " i - r- ' I I chance. Wo have tho right ... tools tho John Deere line ' of I'm pigments. I li I i t t I I Williams & Miller BEAVER DAM. KY. INSURANCE Children Cry CASTO RA i NEW AGENCY! well-wish- er ) i E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartford, Ky. t non-partis- WA lf' TTn " nK k Elvi -- ut I AOT Hl sri."2E; special to women mi umm Was It MADE WELL j 1 k I .SIDELIGHTS ONTHE TO English Soldiers Earn The Victory Cross. Von Hindenburg Was Called From Retirement To Have Charge of Kaisers Forces. Confirmation Is forthcoming from the War Olllce of the report that three ulhcers In the Royal Morse Artillery and n reservist In the Cold-H- t renin (luards have been recommended for tlie Victoria Cross In of dei'iVj of great bravery. The artillerymen were the heroes of Hie now famous "I." Mattery which which, when surprised by the onemy near ('oiiipelgne, fought them l their guns until only one this being worked by the thro sole survivors of Hit battery. The battery had been Instructed to move by 4 a. in. and to await further orders. Through the cult ti k t'of the telegraph wires or some oth- r cause the expected order did not reach them, nnd a thick mist prevented them from seeing the retirement of the French cavalry posted on a ridge COO yards distant. The order to retire not lialnq arrived "L" Mattery walled, limbered up and formed up ready to move lit a liniment's notice until just after T o'clock. When the mist cleared they were suddenly subjected to a terllit: enfilade lire from the ridge which they had supposed to be still occupied by the French. A strong German force, with ten field guns ami two maxims had, under cover of the mist, advanced and occupied the position, and ns soon as the mist lifted milncicutly, all twehe j;uns were brought to bear on and unprepared the unsuspecting 1 I ,w qp&Za inaso.iy jsa solved once HUST for ail by Calumet. For dally use In millions of kitchens has proved Hint Calumet is highest not only in well unvitality but In failing In results pure to the extreme anil wonderfully economical in use. Ask your grocer. And try Calumet next bake day. Received Highest Awards WIJ' Pr Fm. Eip.iiti, Cltc.ia, iu: ta, Fiucf, tUrck, lilt. FarLipi V r7 L. V SHiZ'o pomaR -- T V" 'i ""- ""- i " ' J.. Il..'l I . i,ilt J. Cur &!i S...,i.L.L..J u tuim-l"t- ih r "" I Ctl'ir.i Itf iwUf t if"inmiiilini-"- n ,f J. . . U ) o-- (Visional president, has decided upon making Ills capital at that place. ! iiUI The putting down nnd out of lhiertn pun ((.mnis. the lias pin Inly led to worse compiled This, of coump, made retirement IS STRUNG OP tlons than before, nnd threntens to guns Impossible, and with ' with tlio lead to ('.renter hloodr.hed than be- all Kneed the men of "1." llnttery, ' fore. Carranza's defiance of thoi by their coiiimiuidliiB olllcor, inspired Aguntcnllontcs convention, which ir,;,o,S',,rf;,,m;::''1'rr;L,:;:; Muhlenburg County Scene him, cnu lmrilly have any other effect than the one of preclpltnt- -' fire. of Lynching. ing another war. (Jen. Carmnza is Owlim to their position they worn reported to have raised an army only nlile to bring three of their Runs - -- - --- , . routnumbering that of Villa, who. to hear on the enemy, hut these wore promptly manned by such of tlio men Henry Allen Who Led Parade In will support Gultlerez, hut n victory by mere numerical preponderance, ns had not ljen Killed miring mo Greenville Found Hangagainst the better equipped and much first few moments. i ivjvr'ji ti better led army of Villa, can not bo Entffl With cooIiicm nnd courage these EVERY KENTUCKIAN !&Xi.jift FREE TO ing To Limb. looked for. three guns replied to the Herman ' It Is to be feared that Carraiua, All Pictures of Kentucky's Governors e i with such koimi eiien (hat on1 by lire : From the foundation cf the SlMe to the r.retrnt by moving his capltnl from tin' City one the Herman guns were put out Ky tima Tha on!r coupitlo collection In exl.tencn The Nov. 1.1. Ureenvllle. 'of Mexico to a point much nearer of action. The Mrltlsh gunners were, body of ti o V i!tul Etjic from V Picturomf nil of Henry Allen, aged thirty, from our government. I'.unnlng to Wilson. i.m J of n.l i.itln.ii In cmIui . 1 l.c crjr however, so outnumbered and lhu bUovi.iit Counlii.towj.-.- r Jlroar,.,c was found hanging to a tree at "-- 1 uwny frmil , litwt Kcnti.t ley Maono. caplttt, HConiB to ,)e llrlng of the Hermann was so elTectlvo districts, Kfitjicky Ccn u . Manrtl side a little settlement four miles l'ullmdctriilcton..noftl.c comi.Ileraapoftliet.'u.tclMtci. His that in n very short lime two of the west of here thin morning. He had confcBslon of his weakness. IntlicHItorlialKintlKl.yA.tcliUt.tntlctlilliaI ttarid. of tiiefoun hm .11j. tho Suite toilicprc entire. cutluiciironi Ml ninnlfesto dealing with the motives Mrltlih guns had been silenced, three All - i.iu. -c....ml 1?. ,t,!vf IjriiaTfinCUt. each been dead for come time. He was a of the Aguascallentes convention, and IJciVTientacf the fctvi: Government villi and only ono remained to defend the coal miner and had lived in tlio com-- , going back to Madcro In Mexican polfoncwltli I'.c r fabric . jriotis t nclc-ira- l position. Hnr.lsa.id C Tirti with tlicir, urn na munlty for some lime. 1'ilitical Comm'ltccs nml Or.aniritloii. of tli itics, is incomprehensible to everykcntmly tjhiet" Although all wounded, these three II, ItlMU tllfltl tl'lwi Iwi'lllflfl Mlik ' ''tale. Ken- i.ky V- t';I St.itci 8c latnr ion.il body not familiar with the minute of t'ie Kentucky liotisf. .usti ci. men, crouching behind the shield, parade of . tci.aiorl.il Diatrlcts. 13iri-t3"possum huntltiilroad Commission rs. details of such politics. The one Count.cs of Kcntutky. vlicn Riida und lion vrn- -i kept up n deadly fire. ers" two weeks ago who marched thing most readily understandable, SWST KfaW'J 1 All c? lio Vital Stslutict of Ucrtucley. This duel went on for a time, un- Into Ureenvllle nnd around the court on this side the border, is that Mex- This unique and valuable Atlru N free til, as one of the survivors remarkIioubc block. He boru a red banner Ico is on the verge of nnother civil to all Eemnc; 1W sabrfribcrs. If not ed, "We'd both had enough of It," on which was the picture of a pos- bend 3.(10 for a full now a and that we are in danger oi .... ,... ...,.-,i. ..,. .... and the enemy and the three llrltlsh . ,.,., year's subscription, or $2.00 for a six ibuIllBljrnwll,1.0l. Had this been gunners ceased flro at almost the said, In the actions of the lawless months' bubicription by mail. U)C (,ny 0fore o,ccton traby moll same moment. Thus, still behind the clement which has been operating in ma(,e knjnn Plaitc undnUnu thttm nst(;a(1 of Ue hiy aferj R wmim Only, od not throuih earner or agent. shield of tlielr last gun, the three the county for some time. ,mve mndo rcgllUs m()re 8WeppnB OUR SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFER: heroes were found by the strong force "I mere is .Mum r remit;. than they are. Globe Democrat. S3.00 Dai!v EMiinff pAtt. ona tear of cavalry and Infantry who shortly Tonight there Is much lurid feel$1.50 Kentucky CoTcr&or'a Wall dart uftcrvard came to their rescue. Everybody who Is afflicted with l?nMiil)11nnr ing In the county. The possum huntvr - Sl.OOf Lrnrnt.1 I y&. All tliree hi've been recommended ers are claiming that Allen was Rheumatism in any form should by AT.T. THT1HR FOR - - - $3.50 bfe. for the Victoria Cross. Of the four hanged by an organization opposed all means keep a bottle of Sloan's aV'sil i ollicers with the battery two ('apt. to their own. They say that they Liniment on Jiand. The minute you Mradbury nnd Ueut. J. I). Canipbell ,ire :t,:!00 strong in Muhlenburg feel pain or soreness in a Joint muswere killed while I.ieut. UilTard county and that they will stretch up cle, bathe It with Sloan's Liniment. and l.leut. Mundy were wounded, every one who Is susplcloned or huv- - Mo not rub it. Sloan's penetrates alTho two who were killed were es- - UK aUun part in the hanging of Al- - most immediately right to the seat pecially uieiitlniied in dispatches, and jun, of pain, relieving the hot, tender, the Legion of Honor has been confer- j a portion of Central City last swoolen reeling and making the part red upon l.leut. Hiffard. night, known as Uallllee, there was easy and comrortable. Get a bottle Hludenhiirg is the name of a Ger- - a fuslladc of shots heard during the of Sloan's Liniment ror 25 cents of man general who has played n promt- - night and the entire community be- - any druggist and have it in the house against colds, sore and swollen nent part in the Eastern theater of came terrorized. It Is said that 1,- war. Ills complete name is Paul on 000 shots were fired during the time Joints, rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatSome twenty people In Muh-an- d ica and like ailments, our money Hcckneckendorff uud von Hindenburg lenburg county have been given back U not satisfied, hut it does give he was born In I'osen sixty-seve- n ago. After a long service In vere whippings by the possum hunt-th- e almost Instant relief. army. In which he won a repu-- i ers, who claim that they are "reguThe Potato Crop. lation as one of tlio most daring and 'lators," and that they have in mind The potato crop in the United picturesque of the world's soldiers. tho betterment of conditions In cer-h- e States this year will total 383,-retired from nctlve service In 1911 tain communities. A notoriously lnzy white man had 9,000 bushels, according to the and was living on a farm near his Will help parents develop their sons into birthplace when he was called by been in the habit or making his wife estimate made by the department of the best type of citizens and Christian the Kaiser to taJie command of the cut wood ror the use or the family agriculture. This is 52, 194,000 bush German forces in Hast Prussia, and while he sat nearby smoking his pipe els more than the final yield last gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat- in a contented manner. He was year and nearly 27,000,000 bushels later in Galicia. He made his debut ns a warrior waited upon by a committee one more than the five year average. tered and comes from the best homes' in in 18GG, and almost Immediately night recently, who gave him a The crop in Indiana this will total the South. Its capacity is limited, there- considerably went to the front in the war against most thorough larruping, and then 5,220,000 bushels Austria, now Germany's ally. He made him carry wood rrom a nearby higher than the average according to fore, reservations should be made early. commanded a compnny, and at wood yard and chop sufficient to run the same authority. The average or forty men. the remainder of the winter. at the head Place your son in this select group of ' price of potatoes on October 1, was battery. he captured an Austrian Told to "Oct Jiusy." C4.7 cents per bushel as compared boys. Write Exceeding this story, If possible, is with 73.9 cents in 1913 and C9.1 From that exploit ho emerged with a It average. In hulllt scar on his scalp and the Or- that or a man who made no preten- cents as a rive-yeder of the Med Ragle on his breast. tion to support his ramlly and three some localities prices are so low that He was Capt. von Hindenburg in children, but took every opportunity farmers can hardly afford to dig the war of 1S70, and was given the to get drunk. His wife had to earn their late crop. While we are wonFor catalogue and information. Box A. Iron Cross for his bravery at Sedan. a support and did so by washing for dering with our potatoc crop, the Muring his piping days of peace von more fortunate families. It had been people of Brazil South America, arc Illndenhurg Improved each shining reported that her husband would wondering where they are going to hour and was promoted to major in take her hard earned money from get potatoes. A consular report says ISSfi, to lieutenant colonel In 18S!l, her at times and go to town, spend- that Brazil has been getting most If you are not familiar with Llppln- M cott'a you are doing yourself and to colonel In iSDtt, and to the rank of ing It for liquor. He was waited on or her supply rrom France but shipthe publishers an injustice. major general in 1U00. Three years by a committee, given a whipping ments from that country have ceased Inter ho was made a lieutenant gen- that he will never forget nnd told and prices are rising rapidly. This "S eral, with which rank he retired in to either get busy and support his would not only be an excellent family or leave the country. for the Introduction or lull. The When he was recalled to the col- - man has been very Industrious ever merican potatoes or which wo eviors fallowing a declaration of war since, and refuses to touch liquor, dently have a surplus but would bo oE he was given tho rank of obcrst or Mother-i- n law heating is not tol- a great relief to tho people there l, and entrusted with the erated either. Hut a short while to get them. ' second most important command nt since n violator of this breach of the "The Standard Fiction Magazine the Kaiser's disposal. Ills early ex- laws of nature waa reprimanded by of America" Feel riprht all tho time. Don't lay off ploits In the present conflict won the man being strung up with a I from work for days by taking calomel for him another Iron Cross, made rope until he was almost dead. He keeps you NOW IN' ITS 40lh VEAU when pleasant Liu- - Ver-La- x For Infants and Children. captured Russian cannon, as his j has ceased his cruelty. A man who on your feet, whilorolicvingyour troubfirst decoration of that kind had sold a load of corn nnd spent tho 'ns Kind You Have Always Bough? 2S Cents a Copy ,53.00 a Year le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't take nnytliing else. You can't afford from the metal of money for liquor was taken out nml been created it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysBears tho Sljf yJT'.aJZu' French guns. Hen. vim Hindenburg after being forced to eat five cars (Tho first magazine to originate tho tem and relieves constipation. A natSi&natuio of -Iwns long considered ono of the keen-le- of corn was given a whipping. ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure idea of publishing a completestrategists In tho German army. in its effect nnd certain in results. It novel in each number.) will won't bo long beforo Lte- - Ver-La- x nnd his advice and liounsul were An Active Liver Means Heallli. How Kindness to Animals Pays. completely displace calomel in cvcrl always sought. Farming and stock you wnnt good health, a clear The economic value of kindness A YEAR'S If SUBSCRIPTION home. Children can take it freely anl raising Interests him utmost as much complexion and freedom from Diz- 'o unimals is to well known today with perfect safety. Every liottle guarBRINGS YOU anteed. 60c and $1 in bottle3. Nono ns military problems, and ho was ziness, to uoed much comment, but now and Constipation, Biliousness, without tho likeness and signaowner of a prosperous Turin Headaches and Indigestion, take Dr. again this fact is emphasized by 12 Great Complete Novels. 75 Short genuine L. K. Grigsby. For salo by tlio ture of when ho received the summons or,the King's Life Pills. They drive out some now experiment. CO CO Timely Articles. Stories. J. H. WILLIAMS. - Hurttord, Ky. Kaiser. fermenting and undigested foods, The effects of gentleness in tho Striking Poems. 200 Pages of Hui Tobacco. clear Hie Dlood and cure ConstipaI'Veiieh Still l'o management or milch cows was remor. THE Tho government tobacco monopoly tion. Only 25c. nt your druggist. cently demonstrated at a Kansas agSEWINC has lit a sense caused France to experimental station. ricultural MAcvuNK Liupincotfs Is enjoying a big re The "Peace" in Mexico. continue a. purveyor or goods "made Three cows wero used as subjects. OF Thousands of If tho actual condition of affairs They were treated with utmost caro rival of popularity. notwithstanding the In Hermany," QUALITY.) t sentiment against tlio uso or any In Mexico could have been niude and round to produce 3G pounds or now renders have been addcid to its the past goods except those made nt home known in this country the day be- milk containing 4.3 per cent or but- subscription list during In allied or neutral countries. fore the election instead of the day ter rat. Tho same cows, later on, few months, and its circulation Is or NOT Increasing rapidly. At this outbreak or war largo stocks after, any narrow margin tho Demo- were frightened by rough speaking SOLD or Herinnn cigarettes were on hand crats may have in the next Houso loud voices, tho barXlng or.flogs, etc., UNDER and It appears that French need, might have been wiped out. It .was and the decrease in the milk supply HOW ANY TO REDUCE THE or possibly thrift, demands their sale not until tho day after the election was thirteen pounds, containing only OTHER wo were advised that they are again 3.1 per cent butter rat. and consumption. COST OF GOOD READING NAME. Hesolutloiis have ben passed ask- two capitals in Mexico, this time It is claimed as a scientific fact, Bond for ing public prosecutors to compel tlio neither of them being located in the that these decreased secretions are WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. commercial es- city designated by law as tho capital due to u poison generated In the syssequestration of all If you purchase Hip JJKW 110MK you will Lippincott's "Little Book of Big bavu u life Uksi-- t at tho pi Ice you y, uud wilt tablishments owned by Germans or or that country. This is a distinct tems or animals as well as men, by nut have nn endless chain of repairs. i. continuing busi- novelty, even for a Mexican Bargains" Austr'aiiD that are emotional disturbances. Usually, one or the uarties has ness under disguises. Tlio pencil trado Now Edition Just Published for the Quality Iteiuurkuble Cure of Croup, which was almost entirely In tho possession or tho capital city, and 4 Season Considered "Lust winter when my llttlo boy hnnds or German and Austrian firms from It assumes to gaovern. Gen. I I offers an opportunity to American Carranza, abandoning that possesion, had croup I got him n bottle of SENT FREE UPON IIEQIJEST it is the ror whut reason must soon appear, and English makers. Cough Remedy. I Chamberlain's Cheapest J. B. L1PPINC0TT COMPANY Ono Austrian liouso, In an ijffort has established his capital at Puobla, honestly helievo it saved his lire," WASHINGTON S!Mf'M02l'IllLA)iai'IIIA to snvo Its business, resorted to tho midway between tho City of Mexico in tlie end expedient of liolitlng tho Amorlrm nnd Vera Cruz, whero several thous- - writes Mrs. J. B. Cook, Indiana, I'a. i to tuv. flag In front of tho door, ohilnilm; unds of United States troops are "It cut tho phloem nnd relieved his M Prevent Wood Poisoning coughing spoils, I ixm most gratoful spply To once It was aont still in watchful waiting. n right to do so hoenuiio If )oii u.iiitusi'wlncinachliui, wrlto for at the woudcrful old reliable DK. hi lore you purvlttiKO. ,of an American made fountain pen! Con. Guittoroz, chosen by the con- - far what this remedy has douo for ?OKTHU'S ANTISHITIC IIKAUNO 01l.,a ur our liitt.t ilrcMinx that rilletei pnlu aud hcalu at iKt flew IXctcB Senwa Maito Co., Orsrge, Uass. Ivention nt Aguascallentes for pro- - him." For bale by all dealers. concern. la: kauic tnuc. Not u liutacut. .Jc.Wc. !.CV. Ik battery COO ards away, the first volley killing nearly nil the horses of ' I fa i imsmkmfflBBm m i SIi . ou 1 tlic.lic-adf.o- M&m - usrnm si i I &H$ 4 111 11-- .ur. - - ''"' ' j m .,. . ,.., !." fub-cribc- r, m fi$ lit rlt 1 i $$ t '4 A $ g.yfyaag se-ye- s Vaodertilt Training School for Boys ( B ELKTON, KY. Gl J S S 2 ar MSTHEIMBY & BATTS BSELira-I- tumrn UPPIMTT'S - For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Conslbsclion. over-genera- CASTOR A st T, Gci-umt- NEW HOME ". To-da- y rovo-lutoi- 1013-191- s I Hiwtfrsrrl rcepuoncan. the Stntc and one that will mnko WILSON POLICIES ihc cncmy p)t up nml take uotfco "I come from the Eleventh District BROUGHT DEFEAT Fniwii ncTor.iins o inw nt tfc. I'otioKiir) 0f Kentucky and I want to pay here IIrOur1. K.T.. hp tuNll tnntlrr nt th. that the mountains of Kentucky liavo CiftM, never hnd n Governor of the State. The people of the mountains ami C. M BARNETT, Edilor & Proprietor I rc n patriotic, God- Expression Of Popular Disap know them ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor people. They fearing proval Is Unmisr.re big hearted, true as steel, and to full of the sentiment of home, State Address nil communications takable. (Oie Hartford Republican. and country. It is that conception duty and pride that causes of civic In I liberty-lovin- g it one of flat and brazen violation of platform pledges. In Just and proper resentment they have refused the vote of con. fldence asked, and the more closely the candidate was Identified with the administration of broken pledges the more unmistakable has been hN defeat. A TK.VAS WO.VDKIt. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Unl-crt- l'ir. rjo"t. idre- - 1lrlnr luoft piT 'In- - iiM i"tit to n nm til. mlilie.. In mnllni; tLc l"e t pr i mlnskratioii , especially one rcsponsi- ble for a Tariff law, to fail to bold In Us second year the poular support i.0g ;u0, S(mj ,y druggists. .10ty j ! . Hint carried it into otllce. Hut never Ciii2icorl.rLi. . . .. before has the expression of popular FOR SALE. ; disapproval been so unniistaKaine. More bouse and stock of poods. The campaign culminating In the! House 20x00 feet with side room 12 . NOVKMI1KK FR11UV, recent election was fought thruout feet wide. (5 room dwelling. All new (the nation on the slogan "Stand by buildings and good location. Also 70 Will some one kindly help us let the President." When the Democrats acre farm, .10 acres good rich botgo of Vera Cruz. Issued their campaign textbook they tom, good dwelling and barn, with headed It "Thank God for Wilson!" fencing and repair. Will Feeding the world at war seems to Though Intended to aid the election sell above property at a bargain. be the white man's burden Just now. A. M. WEATI1ERKOUI), of Congrestnen, the greater part of Suiinydale, Ky. GARWE ALSO PRICE OUR READV-TO-WEfl- R Maybe Gen. Villa will "salute the cratic party, are fast getting togeth- the book was given over to the Presllac." when he gets to be President er and when the primary rolls around ident's utterances. The precise extent CIitiiIi to which the Democratic majority in .Inde (ilenn Amiomitc.. 1 believe there will be only the two of Mexico. MENTS RIGHT. TOO- - WE DO NOT MARK THEM Midge. field, the Democratic Congress has been reduced Is not narties in the neu- Ky.. Nov. IS, 1914. moment certain. The loss. Hartford. Many voters displayed their partJ. aml a rcunitcd Republican at this UP JUST TO MARK THEM DOWN. BUT MARK THEM j however, as a result of this species To the voters of the Sixth Judicial trallty on election day by staying artv. argument is heavy. District: away from the polls. Tho time has come for a change of DOWN-RIGH1 LOW (N THE BEGINNING SO THEV have been solicited by a large In every State the President had in the State policy of Kentucky, likeThe Turks have fired on one of wise his personal representatives running number of the Democratic voters of the Nation, and I want to conour vessels while on a peaceful misOhio county, and also in eacli of the WILL SELL FAST AND MAKE CUSTOMERS FOR tribute my best elTorts to bring about for office. sion. Now, let's make 'em salute the such a change. In Pennsylvania he aided with a other counties of the District, to be- flag or bust. personal letter the Senatorial ambi- come a candidate for the nomination US. tions of A. Mitchell Palmer. Mr. Pal- for Circuit Court Judge at the priBradley Wilson Letter. The Those women suffragists should mer's defeat is so overwhelming as mary election, August, 1915. which sent SEE OUR SUITS AND COATS AND YOU WILL also advocate whiskers for women. Here is the letter I first desire to return my sincere to make his candidacy appear gro' They would be just about as profit- Bradley Wilson to the Daviess Coun- tesque, lie seems to have run third. thanks for the unsolicited support ty Jail for thirty hours: BUY THEM. WEAR THEM AND YOU WILL LIKE. able as votes. In Connecticut the Democratic tendered me and warm expressions Owensboro. Ky., June G, 1914.' nominee. Governor Simeon E. Bald- of confidence received in this conA woman's pw is a fierce thing. Hon. T. F. Blrkhead, THEM AND SEND YOUR FRIENDS TO US. win, possessed in the fullest degree nection mid in answer I have to say The latent development is that sufJudge Daviess Circuit Court, the President's support, and is hlm- - that I am a candidate for the Dem-- 1 fragists and the Owensboro, Kentucky. slf a man of great personal force and nerntic nomination for Jndee in this won't chew the same brand of eB)i Dear Sir: popularity. Governor Baldwin goes district, subject t.o titr action of the I an) advised that the gran:1 jury down with the national leader he Democratic rfty at fl)(t primary, . The grand Jury that indicts a of Davjess county, eight members f J blindly followed August, J9ir. t, any evidence to man, without uwens-borJt Is proper for me to say I shoujrj apologia o its victim. which reside In tlit city of In the New "torn senatorial con-- 1 wjju two others from lmmedi- bag no recourse under the law, He test Ambassador Gerard, a Wilson been d Democrat in politics since my I i..,j.. n il.f. fln rntlivmnil - ,fnlllt ". v. ...... nppolntee, received the fullest ad- majority nnd have always supported ulfld-should not take the law into ate VICIllllJ. U" indictment against me and four cut ministration support. Personal char- its policies and candidates. I am prono matter how much j;Js own hands, zens of this county, charging us with acter,, a magnificent record in his foundly convinced that the Interests be may feel like it. having confederated and banded our- difficult post at Berlin, availed him of our Nation are best promote! by unlawful pur- nothing. Father-in-laWilson has taken selves together He went down to defeat the enactment of TDemocratic .princi- - t .. 4. nn t . t n lana, pose. I want to say for myself that on the one single issue of his affiliaouvvvo n rl u1 All a.l.A.t.! twiu iliv. JV7 liiiv l..n his pen in hand and writ we are I am not guilty of this charge and I tion with the national administration. feat I have unswervingly McAdoo, telling him that may say as much for i uenuf tj,e j)enl0. The New York contest for the Gov- lis principles, Just on the eve of the most prosper- presume that I history. In fact, those Indicted with mcalthough I am ernorship followed the rule establish- cratic party is now s we entrench. ous times in all our It Is to be the golden era. We hope not personally acquainted with some ed over the country. In poinj of per- ed in the favop and of the with the hopes, the aspirations and HOSI.NK. ,case ot power , he is right, and that the fact will of them sonal fitness for the office there was people that a laj-gthe sympathies of his people. He Is Nov. 1C Klla Hall Kasey died oi become known to some one besides j liSiiis familiar with the methods of little choice between the Candidates. NallOP.'ai affairs is assured to it. To and must be, In order to fulfill his Friday, tho thirteenth of Nornraber, McAdbNi lie is pretty well the agents of the American ToBaccoj Each has been nn admirable public th'e best of my ability and means I high duty, one of them. at the homo ot her sister, Mrs. Ancompany and those allied and affiliat- servant in the olllco ho holds todB. have contributed to tho success of iixed for . llard winter, anyway. Rotation in office is good, sound nie Kzell. at 1G44 High Ave.. Louising with them, I am not surprised But the Voters clearly swept nvt,y all my party in every county. State nnd Democratic doctrine.' The Demo- ville, after a lingering IIIkjsh, aged I have never Tne Republicans made great gains that they, in their desperation, have the confusing Issues, 'Involved and National campaign. cratic party has alwas set its face 34 years. The interment oeaurred on In almost all the States except Ken- resorted to this, in their mad efforts voted down Gov. Glynn In token of been a seeker for office, never hav- against an g class. Per- - the 15th at tho Rosiiic cxmetery, attucky. Here the condltons were ad- to cripple me and the Consolidated disapproval of. nls party as now led. ing otfered for but one before and isonally I am opposed to life tenure In tended by n largo crowtif. The service mittedly ripe for, It but a man in Tobacco Growers' Association, of it is only too clear that Sulzer, that " many years ago a county of- office and believe every office should was conducted by Sf.itur Kllza Kenwhom the people had no confidence which I am an official of the organi- Davenport, tne religious issue all fice. I have never held a county, have a fixed term. Nothing Is so dall whose Impressive talk and prayImposed himself on the ticket and zation department. extraneous matter of that sort had district, State or National office nor ,iestruclive of ,)arty strength and or er moved her hearers. The flower I while more than a hundred thousIn designs were I call your attention to the fact little bearing In New York. The ad- offered for either except as stated. j gapjuio,, is long continuation beautiful. Several songs and Democrats remained away from that.notwlthstanding that Mr. Ringo, ministration supported Glynn. He cannot be accused of having "an office of one man or set of men. It by Itoslue choir made the ceremony the polls, the Republicans failed to the common wealth'sattorney.devoted identified himself with the admin itch for office." I .hnve for several Is a sad commentary on free lustitii- - tho more Impressive. Mrs. Kasey Is . .... , t.i increase their 1912 vote, and lost ov- practically the whole of his charge to istratlon. Therefore he was over years nau a desire to oe uie circuit )t,(ms , 8ay 0Iy no or set ,)f by three brothers ami one Judge ot this district. The honor is , Mcn an, colMpe,ent ,0 bold office, survivedGeorge erwhelmingly. Has the lesson been the grand jury to the discussion of whelmingly defeated. Woosley and Albert sister, ,. -j learned for next year? A good, clean this one subject, no indictment was 1914, they were great and the emoluments attrac- Sllcll ls ..... lsIc I)rillci,. ,,r aris. Hall, Itoslue; William Lou Hull and In November, up of progressive men, returned into the court during the the United States elected Woodrow tlve. 1 have flattered myself that 1 tocracy. 1 ticket, made respectfully submit my .Mrs. Annie Kzell, Louisville; two wio are in sympathy with the com- whole of the two weeks'' session until Wilson president upon a platform could discharge the duties with a interest to the Democratic voters of half brothers nnd sister, Foster anil mon people may win. With a ticket the last hour and day of court, there- which appealed to them, and which reasonable degree of satisfaction to the District and earnestly ask the Parke Hull. Louisville and Mrs. Lotof "moss backs" the result will bo by making it impossible for me. and they took seriously. The nominee, It the people of the District and cred- support of the voters. If nominated tie S.iinpson, Hartford. it to my county and district. In this anil elected I promise to devote all the same next year. those Indicted with me.to have a tri- later appeared did not. The Ilev. V. H. White, of Florence--, encouraged hy my mv time, talent and energies to a 1914, thew were view I have been In November, In another column In this issue we al this term of court. professional brothers as well as very ,a,lflll ,.mi0.lVor to discharge the Ala., recently a pleasant visitor to There will be no regular term of asked to express their approval of many Irlends at Itoslue, has written Ilev publish the announcement of Judge others in the different platform had of tho office. Wllbert Hall of bis successful gospel J. S. Glenn as a candidate for the the criminal court until November. I the way in which that ties of tho District. Respectfully, work at Dig Cllfty and his plans to Democratic nomination for Circuit believe the purpose of this Indict been given effect. coun-- , It is well to note that Ohio They remembered that that plat- go to Stlthtou and Louisville later. . Judge in this district. Should tho ment to bo to injure the work of the J. S. GLENN. ty, though second in population Judge win the nomination and elec- organization to which I belong in Its frm promised a Taritf revision that- and husines in the Court, has nev- - j Sister Yates has gone to Central) nor destroy leCity for gospel work with plans for tion, the district will have an able efforts to obtain a fair price for the! woul,l "not injure cr had the place. This was not detobacco grown by the members of the getlmate Industry. IMPORTANT NOTICE nn extended trip to Tennessee. man on the bench who will bring to It so happen-- 1 But the Taritf law enacted struck signed or Intended.but the positoti all the qualities which organization, by having this IndictFriends of Ilev. W. 1). Cox, the well' ed that Ohio county has never pre- go to make tho ideal jurist. We are ment hang over me and those Indict- down American industry, failed to scnted a candidate. I ask the gen-- 1 known evangelist, aro enthusiastic produco needed revenue and opened tiorry that our law makers have not ed with me as long as possible. The Farm Agency of the Con- - over prospects of his conducting re'y erous and fair minded voters of Da-- 1 no new markets for our trade. I understand that there is no regelec-loput upon the statutes governiug I vlval services In this section. He somo' The platform favored "the exemp- viess county I ami tho Sixth Judicial tj f , p. lnsurance Co ' flf years ago toured this part of the some provision making the se- ular term of court In any county in lu nnt Hit In nnilll v'fl fit. tfltt enyour district during tho months of tion of tolls of American ships lection to positions of this kind formerly county nnd Is pleasantly remembered Kor forty- - Hartford, Connecticut, passing time? if not. when? It is unfortunate that seek- July and August. Now, In fairness gaged In coastwise trade eight years Ohio county has faithful- - represented by A. C. Yeiser, has by his converts of thoso days. ers for this position must appeal to to myself and to the organization I through the Panama Canal." Archie Mitchell and family hnve But the President forced Congress ly supported Daviess county men'. tft M. u int. eorne political party first, thus in a represent, I respectfully request you t niau moved to the Clarko farm at Vine equal and we ask now a return of the fa- uttu u auoiki iu on our ships district overwhelmingly Democratic to call a special term of your court to levy a tax foreign vor. Judges Stewart, Little and Ow have the Agency for the Record- Hill. or Republican, rendering the office for tho trial of these cases at as ear- to that on British or other Two bums In this section thoso en, all Daviess county men. each ing business in the following absolutely a partisan one. However, ly a date as It Is possible for you to ships. of Tom Hlnes and John Logsdnn, years. When Judge The platform promised Protection served twelve we feel a deep Intrest In the choice select, and let's find out whether a Hart- were destroyed by fire tho origin of lllrkhead serves another year he companies: Continental, Jury, fairly selected, will be willing for American citizens abroad. and, if chosen, we know Judge Glenn two terms, ford, Aetna, Phoenix, and Fidelity which was not learned. completed The administration elected on that will have would fill the place to the satisfac- to Indorse the action of this grand Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lang returned years of making In all forty-eigwhich includes recently to Hockpnrt, Intl.. after a Jury, which was evidently Influenced platform has failed to protect Amerition of all parties. The fact that holding that office by Da- underwriters, cans anywhere and flatly refused to continuous Ohio county bus never had one. of and surrounded by the agents and Is that not Da- the business written in all visit to friends in Itoslue and viAmer- viess county men. Judg-shi- p allied cohorts of the American Tobac- protect them In Mexico where cinity. her citizens fill the district county's reasonable share for towns in Ohio Connty. ican citizens have been robbed and viess is a strong argument in bis co company. awhile at least? by hundreds. murdered Very respectfully, These are all old line Insurance favor. I believe In law ami order and In IIIUL KSTATK FOK 8AI.K. The platform promised an adeBRADLEY WILSON. 13.1 acres & mile from Hartford. navy. The Democratic party, the orderly administration of the Companies. .Morrow Announces for Governor. quate 100 ucres 3 miles from Hartford. Lexington, Ky., Nov. IS. E P. dominated from the White House, law. I believe In giving a dollar's 1 will be glad to have you call Pay Your Taxes! 75 ucres 3 miles from Hartford. Morrow, of Somerset, former United has btarved tho navy to tho point worth of service for every dollar in I wish to warn the salary. I never drew a salary, but on me or I will see you at your 125 acres 3 miles from Hartford. ot of dangerous weakness. states District Attorney for the EastAll Hough river bottom land In ern District of Kentucky, tonight Ohio county that according to law, The platform promised to foster such is my belief. I believe that ev- home for anything in the incandidacy (see Sec. 4143), a 6 per cent penal- our merchant marine. The President ery ono who appeals to the law for the made announcement of his district. Please write us If you want to sell or buy for Governor in the primary next ty uud G per cent Interest will bo by executive order, prohibited tho redress of real or fancied wrongs ls surance line. land. added on ull taxes not paid beforo enforcement of that part of the Tar- entitled to have his case heard paAugubt. E. E. BIRKHEAD, OLIJKOOIC & PARKS. Agts., Mr. Morrow, who was on his way December 1st. If you havo not paid iff law which, by granting preferen- tiently and impartially, without fear Hartford, Ky. your taxes, It would be advisable for tial duties to Imports in American or favor to him or his attorneys and 9tf home from Covington, said: Hartford, Ky. "I have confidentially told a num- you to settlo them at once and save bottoms, strove to give effect to his without regard to whether he is Office Thone, No. 66. poor or rich or his case great or Residercs Thone, No. 41. Waniiiiutisl To Kill. pledge. ber of my personal and political tho extra cost by calling at my Courts uro organized for or, If you huve rccoived your "Aro you tho samo man vho ato friends that I might be a candidate Hut enough The Democratic par- small. my mince pie last week?" imiulred for Governor of Kentucky, and I statement, you can mall mu a check ty went to the people usklng them but ono purpose to do what is l'.trnin I'or Kale. might as well say now, publicly, that or money order for tho full amount to vote candidates Into the office light between parties. I Large and small farms at a bar the woman. The olllco is an exalted one. I!nt "No, mum," mournfully responmM' I will bo lu the fight from btart to nnd I will mail you receipt by re- - as an evidence of the approval of gain. E1.I WESLEY, Agt., S. O. KEOWN, the tramp; "the doctor says I'll nevfinish, and if nominated will make turn mall. tho Wilson administration. Tho vot- the Judge of this Court or any Hartford, Ky. er be tho same man again." Sheriff Ohio County. ers looked up the record. They found Court should always be in touch Cumberland 'phone. ii caaipaJea covering every county IStJ ottotitlon. I h tnlr ' Hint pKrllfic. moLi In mlviim Irro. lint otln fnf Chitrrti Notl : rt line linrcb iiilnrtlix-ini-nt- . no will retv AoonTinoo' roiuinunlinlloti rr for ein Hciiiiuuiiiii inwrmra. t'nrl ol OHWiurli". Riliitiiin ..ntf. Pnntci-Hue I.oo nmt XtW r line iiti'l .' rii. Z-- them to send Caleb Powers to Congress, and it is pretty well understood now that no one can beat him as long as ho chooses to run. "The people of Eastern Kentucky, which is now coming Into the limelight of progress and development, want one of their number as the chief executive of the State and if nomination for Governor I believe that they will turn out In such nunv bers from mountain side and valley from the farthest oxtremeties of the State that It may be said 'as goes 'he mountains so goes he State.' "In making the race I shall do so with the single idea of making Ken- tiiPkv wlmt slip nticht to be what she Is destined to be the foremost State ii. the rnion. The Republicans of Kenucky, all Republicans who differ from the policy of free trade and the empty dinner pails of the Demo The voters of the United States yesterday with convincing emphasis and force expressed their condemna- Hon of the Wilson administration and the Wilson policies. It Is no unusual thing for an ad - The Texas Wonder cures kidney an bladder troubles, dsoles grand, cures dltbetes, weak tml lumo rheumatism, and all Irregularities of tbu kldnevs ntid bladder In both men and women, Kegulntes bladdir troti bleu in children .If not sold b tmr druggist, will tend bj mall on re celpt of $1.00. One small bottle Is itwo months' treatment, and seldom ' ' ' ', tlmonlals from this mid other state . Dr. K. W. Ha. 2'XX GUve Street. St lin-ks, i j J ii I T , I s I r con-Yic- o, J e I I CARSON & CO. Incorporated, 2C ! w fcn 1 Son-in-la- w Hartford, Kentucky. sur-;,ort',- c l Son-in-la- w office-holdin- .. ,., i J non-politic- ,..,, ,, -- tax-paye- levee-protedt- of-flc- o; " iml ijnrfMif.Mr -- i.m .imam .fcarr. z Millinery Specials 4f W now far enough advanced that early buyers of millinery are thinking of late Winter hals. 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 REis The season MEMBER THAT IT PAYS TO TRADE WITHJA HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. JS&M&T&Gbi Hartford Republican. Kit! DAY, NOVKMIlKtl 20. Mlltce Meat In bulk ILKU SO GOOD! & BLACK. I. L. Hs X. K. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. Aug. 21st. New Orleans Molasses In barrel can be had at Acton Bros. American Wire Fence none better call on U. S. Carson, Hartford. Mrs. Mitchell, of N. time card effective Monday daily except Sunday. the guest of relatives Just opened Owensboro, Is and friends Meat No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. here. No. 114 North Hound due 2:20 p. m. Market a fresh barrel of Kraut. It dally except Sunday. 19t2 is the good kind, too. No. 11C South Bound due SMS a. in. present an EastFor a birthday dally except Sunday. man Kodak Is the rage. A big line 113 South Bound due 1:16 p. m. No. 10t4 at J. B. TAPPAN'S. Sunday. at Moore's dally Jilfffci except K- - MISCHKE. Aft. Mrs. Hunter Bell of Owensboro Is tho guest of her sister Mrs. Maggie Griffin. Miss Lllllo Thomas, who has been tho guest of relatives, returned to her home In Louisville Tuesday. I keep fresh corn meal in stock, bolted or unbolted, at all times. ..W. E. ELLIS, Feed and Produco Man, Hartford, Ky. 1914 Mr. OaTes" Young. Deputy Statu Fire Marshal, Owenshoro, was here Mr. Tuesday on olllclal business. Young Is ono of tho most popular Democratic politicians of Owenshoro, among tho young men. All persons Indebted totho estate of tho late John W. Taylor please call at Foreman's Barber Shop and settle. In order that his affairs may BEN TAYLOR. he closed. Hartford, Ky. 1814. The Farmers' Instltutoand Boys' Corn Club and Girls' Tomato Club will he held at Hartford Friday and Saturday Nov. 27 and 28. No ono can afford to miss It. Como and this laudable enterprise. The Teachers' meeting at Dundee, this county, set for Saturday, Noa vember 28, has been postponed week until Saturday, December 5 on account of the former dato conflicting with tho Farmers' Institute to bo held hero November 27 and 28. I will exchange meal, bolted or for corn six" days In tho unbolted, . Will give meal made out of your own corn on Wednesdays and W. E. ELLIS, Saturdays. Feed and Produce Man. Hartford, Ky. j9t 4 gods aro coining In fast, Xnms and folks aro having presents laid hack, which Is the proper thing to do this year, especially as tho wnr will limit many articles of our lino. But as ever, the main place for tho best presents will bo at J. B. TAP-PAN'- 0 Work Gloves at Hub Clothing Co. Suits at Hub ClothMen's , ing Co. at Hub Work Shoes Clothing Co. Ladles' SuluT and Skirts at Hub Clothing Co. Just received a barrel of Jumbo all-wo- ol Vickies. Buy Scho'ol Clothing Co. ACTON I1KOS. Shoes from Hub Mrs. Laura Stevens returned homo Monday from BurnBJde. New lino loot.e Candles Just in. 1LKII & BLACK. left Mr. and Mrs. George Morrison Tuesday for Louisville. Cook" Stoves, Ttanges and Dundee. week end with friends In glasses fitted at Eyes tested and & OpticJ. 11. TAIWAN'S, Jeweler For Heaters, call on ActoiiJ3ros. spent the Miss KntiTTSHdloton ian. 19M on Get Paul Woodward's prices kinds of Buildlug Hoofing and all 12tf ' see Acton Bros. yesterday This vicinity was visited season. Looks by the first snow of the was in like an old fashion winter store for us. Frhlay ami Don't faTlTo"behero and 28 It to tho 27 Material. Iload" Wagons. For Owenshoro Wagons and Delivery Wagons, Farm Saturday k occasion of the Farmers' Tomato Boys' Com Club and Girls' Club. Kills, Bring your com to W. B. Wed- Produce Man. on the Feed and each sday and Saturday of crushed or chopped tato ud have it -- feed. Nov. lstu,c' S, . "tl Mr. and Mrs. James Nnnco returnANARCHISTIC PLOT ed from Owenshoro Sunday. Mr. ('. E. Haley, llnslnc, paid our AGAINST OFFICIALS office a pleasant call while here Monday. Mr. Amos Carson, of the Huh Smoking Carries Clothing Co., wus In Loulsvlllo this Policeman week. Bomb From Court- I II Mrs. Sarah Bennett, Owensboro, Is visiting Mrs. S. E. Bennett and house. family. District Game Warden S. F. Illley j New York, November 14. Deputy left Monday for upper countlm In ruit oouoie ioe Biirirt-- , Correction Commissioner Burdettc CI. his district. Lewis declared today that ho hud Dr. O. G. Wllhon, of Franklin, Ky., positive evidence that nn anarchistic was here several dus this week the campaign has been declared agnlnst guest of Dr. J. K. Plrtle. Commissioner of Mayor Mltchel, Mrs. J. A. Bunnell left Friday for' Correction Katherlne B. Davis, and Campbell and IndinnnpollH for an extended visit Police Magistrates Slnims. Lewis said when Interviewed to her (laughter, Mrs. L. B. Foster. The Methodist Sunday school will In his olllce: qualand "I have reliable Information that hold n memorial service next Sunday Diamond of anarchist IM morning for the Jute Mrs. Jennie T. an executive session Brand None Come leaders was held early In September, Mcllenry. us supply you a opposition to Mayor Mltchel, and be at which Mr. J. E. Mltchel, Dundee, came Commissioner Davis and Magistrates in to yeo us while in town yesterCampbell and Simms was declared. day, and renewed his faith In The "Hitter feeling us well as ridlculo Republican. were exproscd In regard to th mayor Mr. J. E. Plrtle, Versailles, Ky., and others, 1 have been told. Mayor will arrive In Hartford next Tuesday Mitchell was attacked because, as the to be tho guest of his brother, Dr. responsible head of the city go'.ern-men- t, they suy be should have made J. It. Plrtle, and family. the magistrates RCt differently reMr. and Mrs. B. F. Flener, Cromgarding the cases of Becky Edelsou well, were the guests of their daughnnd I. W. W. ters, Misses Harriet and Gorln Flen- and other anarchists leaders, brought before them. Miss er from Monday until Sunday. M Davis was condemned because she I I will pay 2i"c per dozen, cash, for hadn't overridden the law and reEggs until Nov. 24, 1914. i leased Becky Edelson after her conW. E. ELLIS, viction. Magistrate Simms because, KY. Feed and Produce Man, he sentenced Becky to the WorkHartford, Ky. i house, and Magistrate Campbell bei Mr. OrfiP Wulluce, Central City, cause of his sentencing of the I. W. Dealer in Light Building Materials. Can save you money on was the guest of his mother, Mrs. S. W. agitators. Cement, Plastering, Hoofing anil In fact, everything which goes T. Harnett, Sunday. He was accom believe that Bouck White "I don't into u modern building. Concrete Silos. 8KK HIM BEKORK panied home by his little son, knew anything about this bomb outMAKING YOUR PLANS. rage. Bouck White has Just been rek. has leased from Queens County Jail and Mr. W."F. Steveiis7"No-Croesent to this office a mammoth speci- pubic attention is on him. Therefore men of his turnip crop. It measures the aiirchlsts may have taken advan21 Inches at top and weighs 6 pounds. tage of the opportunity to lildo him." The Association Is composd entirely wise person who said. "The good A bomb, with its fuse smoking, was this turnip story? Who can turn-u- p of teachers and when I tell you that The Maccabees had a great time found In the Tombs Police Court this 1 heard nothing but praise of the "Yes," replied the father. 'T suplast nighl when they installed and morning just as court was to be op- evening, you should feel compliment- pose ho must have been very, very Initiated tho new tent to be located ened, and only the promptness and ed, for teachers are nothing, if not wise." and courage of a policeman saved the critical. H. G. McLaughllng, Philaat Heflln. Between twenty-fiv- e "Well," said the child, after missthirty candidates were given degree room from at least partial destruc- delphia Teachers' Club. tating for some time on the Uuuoct work. State Commander M. F. Elkln tion and those in it from serious Chambersburg, Pa. It gives ma Of his answer, "J.'m not really act or death. great pleasure to thank you most much surprised oout you; but. of Lexington was present, and a supThe outer part of the bomb was cordially for your excellent rendering mummy per was served for the visitors. no, see Boy; made from an olive oil can, wound of "Strongheart" comwhen you were mummy managed to get grown, ap?"" Tho Uepubllcan job plant has pleted for Rev. W. E. Hall, Iloslne, around with stout wire. It contained present wlth'us the past year. We ap1,000 copies of "Inspired Poems," about 3 pounds of giant powder and preciated very much the strength, the powder, in which, were em- beauty and the true artistic quality and they are now on sale by the smokeless bullets of differ- of your Interpretation. We are glad bedded thirty-eigauthor. Rev. Hall Is an evangelist secure financial aid in ent calibers. The can was about 6 to say that your entertainment has and hopes to 2 nehes wide and G In- been one of the most acceptable that his work by the sale of his poems. Inches long, formerly editor of the Cres- ches deep. There was a small openin- it has been our fortune to have upon He was g-in one corner and through this our lists. M. H. Reaser, Former cent Journal, published at Olaton. the fuse had been run. President Wilson College. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. E. Crowder, of It was the alert eye of Policeman The Mother Instinct. i Horton, are young grand parents. Geo. W. O'Connor that first detected At the close of his talk before a 39 and his wife 34 years old. the smoke from the bomb fuse arisHe is the bishop invited They have 5 children, the youngest ing from the third bench from the Sunday-schoo- l, I carry in stock a large- being 7 years of age. Mrs. Tucker is rear. The bench is three benches re- questions. A tiny boy with white, eager face, line of the mother of the grand baby and moved from the stairway leading to tho grand mother looks as young as tho detention pen below, and about at once held up his hand. "Please sir," said he, "why was any of her daughters. Mr. Crowder is 25 feet away from the entrance thru Shot Guns, Rifles, TargefGun post master at Horton and also rail- which Magistrate Campbell, accom- Adam never a baby?" The bishop coughed in doubt as to road and express agent. by his wife and several panied what answer to give but a little Ammunition, Shells', Etc, friends, was at that moment coming. girl, the eldest of several brothers Next I.jreuiu Entertainment. O'Connor suspected a bomb on the and sisters, came promptly to his Miss Margaret Stahl, Interpreter And respectfully request vois of plays, will appear at College Hall Instant, and the next thing the mag- aid. next Friday evening Nov. 27. It istrate and the crowd In the court"Please, sir," she answered smart- to call and see the largest will bo one of the best of this tho room saw was a policeman hurdling ly, "there was nobody to nuss him." ofand best line of Shot Guns, over the benches from the north sldo best course which has ever been Wliat They Wanted. people. to where the smoke came of the room fered to Hartford Rifles, Ammunition, Ac, ever Drugs as well as diseases get from, and shouting, "A bomb! Look Jennie Mcllenry. brought to Hartford. Death of Mr. their share of mangling. "Mother out." On last Saturday night Hartford ""Goods the best and prices The courtroom crowd had not re- wants a penn'orth of glory divine." lost one of Its oldest and most es- covered from the "Wo don't keep that," said the Jar beforo O'Contho lowest. teemed residents in the death of nor had pushed his hand under the chemist.' She had Mrs. Jennie T. Mcllenry. "Oh yes, you do," tho little muld bench and brought out a package been In falling health for several wrapped In a newspaper. Thero was retorted. "We've got It hero beforo. In the months following an accident which smoke still coming from It. Ono Mother puts It down the drain caused her serious Injury at Louis- glance showed O'Connor a burning back yard." Sho was In her ville, last spring. Then tho chemist knew that the fuse. This he snuffed out with his S3 year, but had been remarkably way of sayfingers and the next Instant he was glory divine was another HARTFORD. KY. active until recently. Her death was dishing ing chlordlde of lime. for tho rear door of the not unexpected but cast a gloom courtroom, yelling for all to make Tolstoi's Hope For the Knee. over tho entire town In which she way for him. Patriotism promises men nothing had passed an eventful life, devoted Down the steps ho rushed to tho but a terrible future, but the broth- A to her family and friends und among and erhood of nations represents an Ideal sidewalk, shouting to passers-b- y our citizenship no ono knew her but away. Then which is becoming ever more Intelwas kind, gentlo and to the vehicles to keep to love her. She FEED ho flung the bomb from him and It ligible and moro desirable to humanher life was full of noble d,eeds of rolled away over to the other side of ity. Henco tho progress of mankind charity. tho sidewalk. Dettmer ran Into a from tho ol outworn opinion to the sf&si&x&x&jffXfisaxii Mrs. Mcllenry was a daughter of got a bucket now must Inevitably tako place. This and Sarah Taylor cigar store, where he Rev. James W. of water and then carried It arount progression Is as Inevitable as the nnd was born at Hardlnsburg, Ky. spring of tho last dry was married to Hon. to the basement of the Criminal falling lu tho In 185C she Courts Building. O'Connor says that leaves and the appearance of tho new SJj who died 24 Henry D. Mcllenry, It was from swollen buds. years ago. Sho was tho mother of when ho snuffed out the fuse burned down to within an Inch from Not Ice Tobacco Grow era. eight children, two of whom, John J. tho top of the can. A meeting of the tobacco growers nnd Lem H. survive her. of Ohio county was held at the court Tho funeral was held at tho old hisMiss Margaret Htahl. houso.Hartford.last Saturday for tho torical residence at 2 o'clock Monday Here are a few expressions from purpose of arranging for marketing afternoon conducted by her Pastor, Rov. B. W. Napier. Tho services prominent people, all of wjiom are tho county crop at Hartford, but critics, concerning the tho results were not entirely satiswere simple but unusually beautiful competent G&fS&&aH&&&i9&Kl touching. The floral tributes work of Miss Stahl, who will appear factory. On this account another and Is But I am not running from comCollege Hall next Friday evening meeting for the same purpose were many and appropriate, among at you had called to meet hero again next Wed- petition. Why should I? If them a design from tho Hartford Nov. 27. McFrank Ilanly of nesday, November 25. Every Ohio over traded with mo I would not need J. Methodist Sunday School. Mrs. llenry was one of the oldest and most Indiana. Miss Margaret Stahl Ib county tobacco raiser should tako a to answer this question. .MVI'MCKS AUK RIGHT. faithful members of tho Hartford signally gifted as n reader. Accurate personal Interest In tlhs matter. my qualities aro better und I give Church, South, and had In concept, effective In rendition and Come out and lot's talk It over. Methodist capfair, honest treatment to my customT. H. BALMAIN. taken great Interest and pride In tho fascinating In personality, sho I havo ers. If uny of my competitors can which tho congregation tivates every audience. new church Poor Papa. and always Bi:AT that tlfey aro eutltled to your; Is building. Sho was not permitted to heard her frequently, When llttlo Doris climbed up to trade. with admiration and gratful appreseo it finished. quite obciation. Sho is ono of three of our hor father's knee It was Tho Interment was at Oakwood vious that some deep problem was tho remulns of her Illustrious really great readers on the American troubling her mind. Presently sho husband. Tho pall bearers were; platform, unburdened herself of tho momenTho Produco Merchant Philadelphia, Pa. Permit mo to Messrs. II. P. Taylor, Heber Mathews express my apreclatlou of tho pleas- tous question. HwRTFORD, - KENTUCKY II. T. Colllus, E. B. Pendleton, W. "Papa," sho said, "was ' a vry ure your recital gave our members. Rowan Holbrook. J. Beau and I - M&foM' e4 YFk. m .i WEATHERS v 1 '3 For neatness, comfort lasting ities, get Peters "Wcathcrbird" School Shoes. better. with pair let HUB CLOTHING CO. HARTFORD, KY. C3IF11IIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIII PAUL. WOODWARD HARTFORD, m General Contractor and Builder d. ?" . .''' in-Ju- ry Idon't ht GUNS! GUNS! Hd"'"'" U. S. CARSON Groceryman FIRST CUSS STORE HB? (.'fPO be-sl- W. E. ELLIS FARMERS WEEK AT STATION light. Personally, wo should not care to call him "Tom," even hod he re- - FREE t trtit,l ! EXPERIMENT tc8t,m' iimtwi anil nvnil nffnr Itln ,,,at uc woii,(i nuu ,o i,nv Jdmw EZv FREE N Directory Professional hotel POWMM HlGT0ri D.C. LL Chlo County i Series of Exercises Given. and Ex. lit thinking there may he something in a name. We find ourselves agrec-In- p Ho takes Issue with Shakcspenro perienccs To Be The attention of nil farmers and stockman is called to the "Farmers to be hold at the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Stntlon.Jan-nar- y 4th to 9th, 1915. Farmers' Week consists of n series of exercises and exhibits. of Interest to farmers In the various branches of agriculture and Includes the cpnventlon of the Kentucky Dairy Cattle Club, Kentucky Beef Unttlo Breeders' Association, State Horte Breeders' Association, Kentucky Swine Breeders' Association, Kentucky atnte Bee Keepers Association, State Horticultural Society, and the Ky. Corn Growers' Association. Each club or association has Its own program, participated In by its members and also by the faculty of the agricultural college and by certain men from other states, of national or nn-nu- al with him as to that, hut only qiulMedly. The people who voted for Mi--. Roosevelt only because ho was called "Teddy" never made him pres- ' Ident. (Jen. Grant was denied all chance of nicktinnilitg, hut was twice cIlctcJi All,i t Was Gen. Jackson, tho ,,oro ()f NcW 0riennBt ali m)t ndy-Week" tnpksml u!, ,vas elected twice. If Mr. Wilson has yet done, or can do something, to be elected twice, ho will not need a nickname and will not miss forsaken "Tom." Globe Democrat. , 'Jury fund; Of AMERICAN I DEA15 Memoirs of Napoleon ; countrymen. city where rood hotcli abound, the Powhatan heads the Jut. It li first In the heart! of lu In' a Kcown, Sinrifl, Will pr.ictlio hlH pnriMiton la Uii llartfotd, U jiutios ri. A. Ilnituhcr; and AilJoinJnc cotmtli. Cotnumreial offlcu ik'iiutlvi) Mrs. S. O. Keown aUd mid Criminal l'uutio' a .Siiodulty. (lilinoro Kcown. Court convonc tlrot Monduy in Kcbrtiarj ninl coiitlnuua ;i n r-- zr; wireo third .Monday In Aiirll, n Uo third Monday lit October, TIT S. O. wot-'ks- HIrkhca.1, Circuit Court T. I Jndsc, Urn I). IMiiBO, AUoiiiu.t; V. 1'. Mldklff, Jailor; K. U. Uarras. ClerK; li. li. Uiriiliead, Montur It. T. Collins, Trustee t'oin-mlsslon- Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFOltl), KY. Three I 'ohimes iKPfflvjiFa Mint This man caused the last general European war. His personal memoir, written by his secretary, Hsrou De Meneval, are full of the raiht absorbing incidents, especially m view of the present great European struggle. Jut a hundred icat ago, his v OASTO IVm-ovc'- s Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Court John 11. Wilson, Law Jmlgo; V. I'. Uuinlu'iishlii, Clork, C. HARTFORD, KY. li. sinltli, Attonio.v, Hartford. Court luntstivit first .Monday in o.uli Mrn. V. II. Il.iriii ninl C. nioutli. (Juartcriy Court Utelns on the Sinlt.li atiuoiinot- - that Uiel luivu Ui first .lonnny lu over month. for tlto putoml jil ja iiarui-TrtlilCourt of Calms Convenes first tJCs of law, exc ijit crliniii.il and ill .Tuesday In January and lirst Tuesaisio, .Mr. Smith buini; County Al day in Octoln r. tJtliir County Officers - C. S. .Mov- - uiry is iipuvtiivtwd from nr.icalclns t Ky., It. iccis. .Mr. Unrtus wJll liulividu btiriijor. C'ountj mi nit'hi, ii,s; tsQ GS Oi 01111111 Attorneys at i(, RA 1 International reputation in their -- lines. Competitive exhibits will be held In corn and various other grains, in dairy products, poultry, fruits, tobacco and in woman's work. Very tempting premium lists have been provided and the exhibits compare expenditures as $G.15. in MarySenator Smith, In the favorably with the best land, reported .$1,927.75 additional country. Of all the various aeencies at work .expenditures and no contributions. in for the advancement of agriculture ' Senator Brandegee, reported expenditures In Kentucky, the work of Farmers' Connecticut, Week is one of the most important, of $2,500 and no contributions. in Senator Fletcher, After attending one of these meet- ings, the open minded, progrssive Florida, reported he had no contribu-fnrme- r returns to his home greatly tlons and no expenditures at the by what he has seen and cral election. in Senator Cummins, heard, b,e Is refreshed and has a new for his work upon the ; wa. reported he had received no con-hofarm in which he clearly sees trlbutions and that he had made no d possibilities which before had seem- - expenditures except his tratell;)g vague f they had ben-- thought ' penses. J)I et all. At this great gathering I Cough Medicine for Children. one comes In frlPiidly contact with ltest 1 tte best and roost progressive farm- -' ' "Three years ago whenmy was llv-cchildren Ing in Pittsburgh one of and stockmen of the country. "ad a hard cold and coughed dread-- 1 Reduced rates have been granted '. uPn the alvice ot a druggist by all the principal railroads in Ken- a bottle of Chamberlain's j I purchased tacky, Farmers' Week Is the first of the Cough Remedy and it benefited him . ten weeks winter course in agricul-- 1 at once. I find it the best cough ture which course is especially de- - medicine for children because it is signed to meet the needs of busy Pleasant to take. They do not object farmers who can devote only a limit- - to taking it." writes Mrs. Lafayette ed amount of time to agricultural Tuck, Homer City, Pa. This remedy ' contains no opium or other narcotic. college work. Particulars regarding the Inili- - 'and may be given to a child as association meetings and the fldently as to an adult. Sold by all competitive exhibits, premium lists, i dealers. " etc., may he obtained by addressing. "quctv the Agricultural Experiment Station. what g co;tempt , courl? .ibuin, Kentucky. The strance case of Bradley Wil- L SOU uruiKS ui that qucstiou in I 01AA AA O rTaeTs of ,m, 'pater will be form we believe to be new. The flleased to learn that there la at least one wtUnii ' Ir nnnfcirs.' wrote to Cir- tlreaded disease that science has been nble to cure ln all Its BluKes. and that Is cilit Judge Uirkhead of Oweiibboro, Tune last, complaining that the, Jr- - of D'iviess Cou,l,-- hilrt' uK.UUu mem. Hall's Catarrli cure Is Iaken in- - ' returned an Indictment against Iiim ttrnally. actlnp directly upon the blood Md mucgus surfacva or the system. Uicre- - and four others charging them with by destroying the foundation of tho di. i confederating together for an tin- case, and Kilnff tho patient strencth by bulldlni; up tho constitution and asslstiinr mirnOsri, nature In dolni; Its work. The proprietors AVilson, wlio is an organizer for a have so much fnlth In ltn ctiratlvo pow- ' crs that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It failsi to cure. Send lobaceo association, plainly Intimated 'that tlu grand Jury Was influenced, "Sii"0. IVs'"'0,? ?'.;,. .. n 'n Sold by all UriiRRliV II lid tliat his Case Was Ttlie Kail a Kanitly I'llle for conitlpatlon. ::,.",; .. Jilato wlten lie could no I... .I.- -. . n... ul v;ul"1- - Ift .tm tn...l tin. ..' lu ",ul "" "" What's In a Vaiiic? , a special term. is mlMahon if ho really J"lS to call Mr. Wilson llbon having A low days ago. thinks the people rulmlted Rim at the nioantlmc be-- n oltered an opportu..-- , re c" elcctluus onlv bcau. he had apologi.e. and having rofuswl. no Fhort Clirlntlnn luimo, which could '"V to Is called a a rule oi contempi oi court was he abbreviated Into what 'against him and he was cited nickname, No such thought may have may nlso to apjiear in court and show cause occurred to him, hut it he fined. Re mttln-in- g have its slgnllieauce that It was only why he should not obdurale, lie was conuiiited to a few days alter the election that he seem to voiced tills wish for a blunter and jail for thirty hours. Tliebc being bo facta. more, affectionate manner of Now, In defense, Wilson relies on Mpoken of and to. It was lu speaking Section 1293 ot tho Kentucky StaArlingto an audience assembled on j ton Heights, and of the late (Ion. tues. It reads as follows: No court or Judge bltall proceed "Phtl" Kearney, who Is hurled there. that he mourned Ills own want of a by process of contempt or impose a "., name which could bo so shortened i" "Rai,'st ay I'"80'1 wll up-- , that the country could express Its b" wori1 or writing, animadvert or ainlno into tho proceedings! friendly leellng for him, as It did for Kearney In shortening Philip or conduct of such court of Judge. Oen. ''y words spoken or writing pub- - ( Into "Phil." (Joming'so soon after the electloij !,lc,,ert '"" ln ,Uo Presence or such r ""'ee in the courthouse may give this regret a pathos which eollrt belong to It. It has ""ring tno sitting oi u.o court perhaps does not Again wo ask What Is contompl been well attested that Mr. Wilson of court? Louisville Herald. Thomas Woodrow was christened "Wilson, and that, after reaching Ills Try Tills I'or Your Cough. majority, he renounced the Thomas. Thousands of people keep coughThe act was douu while ho contemplated nothing but uu educational ing because unable to get tho right nnd literary career, and had not remedy. Coughs are caused by of Throat and Ilroucliial thought of popular elections, or how lie might come to be affected by Tubes. What you need Is to buntho them. In abjuring Thomas he cast tills Inflammation. Take Dr. King's off the finest nickname in tho Ian- - Now Discovery, it penetrutes the IMi..m la JIUIIV UlllUt a.i. a t.litlt ISUUft. I I1VI U Ji9 .1... in ntlinn 1, IIIWII i delicate mucous lining, raises the Itself more to the use of popu- - Phlegm and quickly relieves tho con- lends lar enthusiasm. "Tom, Dick and liar- - Rested membranes. Get a COc bottle ry" are all names to conjure with at from your druggist. Dr. King's Now election tlmo or wherever good fel- -, Discovery quickly and complotel my cough" writes J. It. lowhhip reigns supreme. Mr. Wilson stopped threw away u birthright In a naniu Watts, Ploydalo, Toxas. Monoy hack which now would fill all of his long- - if not witUfied, but It Hourly ttluuys lngs for bUortiK'bs, gweitucas and helps ex-on rs . I i con-vidu- al I . Si'iJvS-ciS'Sonnta ; I'lcrtlou Cost Mini .SIU00. Washington, Xov. 10. Senator in Pennsylvania, Penrose, spent $9,0":i.S7 In his primary contests and the general election, according to his sworn statement sent today to the Secretary of the Senate. He reported he received no contributions. J. C. W. Beckham, Democratic candidate for Senator from Kentucky, reported contributions of $5,325 and j expenses of $2,55(!.tiG. George Nichols, Progressive candidate in Kentucky, reported his total bathed the Continent in a ca of bloed. 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I'rouipt and vigorous service. Manajer. M. L. Heinrln's Office. y after d .Mouiui) in .March,, t.i after Sd .Monday lu June, r liM'ahlMvT IF.j Wtilnesday after Od .MotfJay In r, DTl'Ot. MII.1IH iii:.stiition Wetluesila after 'M .Mon- t. t IIHIlKtl l lliitttcinl Kj. day In December. R. C. Ticlalior, C'entertown, Sat- & MARTIN STRATT0N tlrday alter AJrd Monday hi eacli 8 HAVE YOUR SUITS month Attornoys at Law Wluson Smith, Select, Tuesday CROMWELL, - KY. after --'d .Monday in .March, TticsJa after --'d Monday In .May, Tuesday Will jiractlco their profession 5n thla after 'M .Mondaj lu August, Tues-Ua- j- and djolulng counties. Collections. after L'd Monday In November. Commercial and Criminal Practice n. W. S. Dean, Dundee, Dyeand Specialty. Prompt and vlgorotiB after the second .Monday in March, Wednesday after 'SI Monday service- - Notary lu office. ing In .May, Wednesday after .Id Monday Ladies work given in August, Wednesday after L'd Monday in November. lien F. nice. Fondsvllle, Tuesday after --'d Monday in .March, ThursCleaned I AM day after I'd Monday In May. Tliurs- i day after I'd .Monday in August, Thursday after I'd .Monday In NoTo do any kind of VeterinaWork called vember. ry work. Horns, mules and Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftcows need not die for want of er I'd Monday In .March, Friday after 2d Monday in .May, Friday after 3d Calls Club attention. answered $1.00 Monday in August, Friday after 2d day or niuht. Monday In November. , HARTFORD l'OLICE COURT. u. u. .Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. Hartford Pressing Clill), Veterinary Surgeon Fogle, City Attorney; J. I'. Stevens, Marshal; Court concncs seconld .MonKy. Horlforcl, GUNT11KR HU);.,rKNTKIt ST. day In each month. City Council J. c. Her, Major; R. HARTFORD, KY. T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Uoan, Treasurer. Members of Council J. C. t. Capt. A. D. White. A. E. Fate, D. Ralph, A. C. Yeiser, W. J. II. Gillespie. School YOU man; Trustees J. 1). Duke, Chair- The National Weekly R. T. Collins, Secretarj; Dr. J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, South Srvlces s Until tliii morning and evening eeny first nnd ha been ErrPnCVHIL Treatment iiiiiru buinlay In each month. Sun-'da- y oldat$5.50. New school U:45 a. in. I'racr ineet-lln- g the price is S2.S0 for WEAK every Wednesday evening. Rev. andwcliavccctiicd J LUNGS or li. W. Napier, pastor. a com ciion hereBaptist Cliurch.Serices morning by mc can utfer it CONSUMPTION and evening every second and lourtli at a Mill further Sunday in each month. Sunday school reduction in If you mention this paper vc will send you !:I5 a. m. l'rajrr mectiiig every Wed witli tluv FREE, by mail a quick relief for a bottle publication. feeling, coughs, pains ,neday ecjilng. Jtev. A. S. Fettle, that tired, pastor. in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak Church-Servi- ces Special Offer to Our Readers Christian ever lungs or consumption. third and fourth Sunday at II a. in. Nctoirnuini, the errai ilrmatul for foi(ir' at 10CK EOX 610 and 7 p. in. Sunday school 'J:0 a. in. OHIO MEDICAL CO. t!ir new price, wc liavc inatlr urranut i rr - li. COLUMBUS, 0. puhlieation raeh i " Mir Elder Gvviiin, pastor. iter it ami ur for the in ,f fofirr'ialimc. '1 Iuh i i e titil SECRET SOCIETIES' eder jil iiiudii.nlacci'f ' "' l"'y. isjj&ijltizlii Hartford Lodgo No. 075. F. am! A. What You Get jn Collier's-M. meets ever llrat Monday night ' 1.. ... ci , o. oieteiLs, vv v. ii it ,.....!. ,,,.....1. muiilu. Colltrr't - tin one !iu. In.lri rnh ill. Odrlr-n- . .M.; Oivou Hunter, Secretary. foinitrs. Not mil) virk l but it is fiiMxl citixiu''- - liaiutliook a Hartford Chapter No. fcl O. E. S. f3j O hole (i'lTih. An oiu ihc I'uiuizine hr t!ie l meets every .second .CT fourth Alon- r,c ULt S1 ltiint:- that a )tar' duy ovenliits, Mrs. J. 11. Williams, v 1000 r.lltori.le W. M.; .las. II. Williams, W. SCO Nrw, Photo .Miss Ellahoth Miller, Secretary. Succeed hsn evcrytlilt;g else fails. 250 Short ArUctri 1EO Short Slorlet In nervous prostration and female Rough River Lodge No. Ill) Knight 100 llluilrnlij Tentilrrt weaknesses they nic the supremo meets every Tucfcdn even-ilni of I'ythlau 2 Complitv Novel remedy, as thousands have testified. J no. W. Tavlor. C. C; W. R. Collier's Hcdrick, K. of R. & S. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND llnrtrnril.. Tmit ..... fin , K It T M. . . w.. Vii ... w. ., .,,. Hartford Ucpubllcau )pZ.t3U STOMACH VROUBLE Mnmilu t ni. ft.u, ...ul ,tttii1 I'liii.oilnki it is the ben medicine ever sold j nights. It. T. Collins, Commander; over a diuggist's counter. E. l .Moore, Rtcoild Kcoier. Acnio Lodge No. 3::u I. O. O. F. meets every second and fourth Friday nights In each month. C. M. liar-uot- t, Noble Grand; R. Uedriek, Secretary. lluitfoul Camp No. 202 W. O. XV. ineiits every second and fourth nights In euch nioutli. Tom l pRo.eynjEDNDDerWDtD.i-M:Williams, Council Commander; XV. C. Krre H,Mn: luiw to oUln ulruU, lriltl Uil,l MlCALL PATTERNS Wallace, Clerk. . I lie., in ALL COUNTRIC3. Celclirateil Inr Hyle, perfect fit. tlmpllcity inA L. O. T. M., Sunshlno lllve No. Jluth.ru tUffflvllh W'aslihiglcn fau timtA nearly 41) Nild In nearly nanry aiul cjttn iinfauni, meets every flist and third Friday rltlUblllty anj town in)c.ir. ITniteiJ St itr ano the Caru.1.1, or hy nuit illrnl. More ml.l than and hfrlngtmtnt Practice Excluvlvdy. nights In each mouth. Mrs. Attyo blent my other nuLc. Stmt Writu or rnna tu Ui &t Griffin, Lady Coiiiuiaiidcr; Mrs. II. McCALL'S MAGAZINC lur lice caUloLe. T10 CUhth SttMt, stu CnlUd EtttM TtlnX 0flc, I WASHHWOTQW. D.C. E. Mlsehke, Uidy Record Keeper. More kubtenhrr than anv othei fjthlnn Ke.VHtunu Chapter No. 110, It. A. k' magatlna milhiin a innnth, Intaluahle, Lab ft tit nlef. luttcriis, illibunaLliiL', iiillllnrry, M., uioets every thlrU Saturday night W plain H'wlnj,', l.uicy iiccillewoiL,hjrJrrsiiii'l lu each mouth. John T. Moore High E etiquette, c'loil ,torlct, tie. Only W cent! dnuhli), I'rlost; W. S. Tlnslcy, Secretary. f Jreir (northbuudj--, ur Including' a free uttcn. kcuu rur iainpia copy. tmuniwc AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. VONOE8FVL INDUCEMENTS Stato Offlcera President. .1. II. t Agents, I'ostal brlnir Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presi- I and new cih prize viler. premium catalogue AdJrert dent, J. II. Burney, Muhlenberg Co.; TEE McCAU. C3 US I 2lt W. 371b St.. NEW yok Secretary & Treas., S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Orgunlzer, T. 11. BUCKBK'S SEEDS SUCCEED I Hartford, Ky. Members Stato Executive Board-B- en SPECIAL OFFER:will' A trill Watson, Webster county; J. XV. "tuttmkA kIUour trtn&nent cuttoiner. U vaii N.BIm. and CURE D.ivIpko rniMilv Iliim-Tliiiiii LUNC8 Plrtlo. Prize roiiectloa KJjBa'Kia!:i Ohio county; E. 1. Ray, Hardin coun- f11 ilia flriMt I rt . w 7 ipltndM I Tr.1. W J VWr'll'UIVV MUll'll WWVitlVJ IJ w,th Ohio County Officers S. L. StevPaper. Mention this Write Henry Plrtle, ens, President; S. E. Bennett, Treasurer. Wed-ui'wla- The Towliatan is reitned, and irstful. Its excellent location on Tennsjlvaaia Avenue, 18th anil It Streets, tnakea it a desirable heailrjuir-l- t (or tr!itala courtes, tourist parties, coincntioiu, Mchooli anJ sollegcs. , The Powhatan attrrcts the people o( culture and cJucation. Its proximity to State, War and Naw Departments, also to man? interest, points cf lutoriral makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating public. "The Powhatan offers rooms svith detached bath at $1.50, $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, S2.30, S3 00 and up. Write for booklet with map, temlont, Hartford; Dr. A. B. itllev. l,iu'tfo,'a Coroner, liartfon': T. II. Uuiiton. ford, K uoau hiiKlnter, Hartford. JUSTICES' COLUT.S. Kd. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday Hrtrt- - d .Monday In .March, Tucmlay aftod .MonUay In Juno, 'luesday uttlid .Monday m S'iiteiiibur, Tuesday after ."d .Monday In December. K. A. .McD.mii'!, ltoekborl, Krlda after Sil .Monda) in .March, Krlda' after lid .Monday In June, Kriday after od .Monday in Suiitemlier, er er er aft- ARTHUR ASSOCIATED Attorney at Law ITU U. KIRK KY. HARTFORD, M. U. UKAVRIN llti-Bal- ed I Cleaned i Pressed Repairing neatly done. Wod-niisd- I special attention. Hats and Repaired. for and delivered. per rate month. PREPARED I W. H. RILEY Deti-nct- OTW WILL TAKE OUR Collier's )ear-Coltitt'ten-necti- FREE Collins in Clubs First Time BKKL run-dow- n 1 lliiU-tU'l- 1 Eleotrlo Slai&wB a'-- o !; ' A) g. I Y I Sal-uiKl- couTllL-liU- r, . I SEEDS Bal-iiial- n, KILLthe the cough to-da- y; Sec-retar- y; Dr. King's r 4 i to coiW . .. IKU i coiucuoa oi V 11 l.trurlle. Will HI kOWUU ul pullet r UIO .1 lloullful. . If Wlr H. W. Courier-Journal BueUte. a ,'; .J4 l'lt l'''18N&&VVL 1 iKf Ihla Ttluatil v.. UmL, r.t ka.4a Itind.aie. , 1 M Gompano Incorporated LOUISVILLE, KY. Osna Shults, Uhulrmau, Hartford, Ky. I 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford. Ky. 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsvllle, ICy. 3. Ira Boarth, Olaton, Ky. 4. II. O. Autry, BaUetown, Ky. i 5. E. 0. Austin, Prontlss. 0. J. L. Brown, Uockuort, Ky. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. uk iuj;sjt nffiLMimfpeiTihn, tt w,t WCIi.UO Iritl Being r ri'OflarHiic.TANDit.irvfjTfiouniEo. 5 G VAJtAUv ULD fji.1iaFACa01lXii "JSfc.4r,,64 X' "Sit -- - J8JK- RELICS OF THREE prevented It from becoming effective. If It ever axlsted. Huerta, after n Am-rlca- Children Cry for Fletcher's llf'lJI ft i fil Always Tin modfJr un""v .JO yours, IJonght, and which has l.ccn has borno tho Hljrnuturo of nml lms ,,ocn mado under Ids ncr-STx HA,Vnl B"Pvl8lon since Its Infancy. A)Um ,,r,.ono deceive yon in this. Hullo. .s an. 1 nro but; t&tjffijfajfas I5irfr' Just-ns-jroo- d" Cnstorla Is n liarmlcss substitute) for Castor Oil. Pare irorlc, Drops and Soothiinr Strum, it. la ,.i,... ...... t oiitaiiis iieUli:r Opium, Morpl.l:ii nor oilier Mibstunet.. Its njro is its gnaraiitoe. 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OVCR 00 YCARS' CXPCRIENCC ilSBTE a rteleh and deaerlption mT Anrone qiilcklr aaieriulu our opinion fruowhellier an on is iironiiuir pi;!ii':" .3 onimuulea. luveiii tloiisslrictlreouUileutlal. rlANUUUWJ on I'alcnta patents. fur aeeurina nr Oldest Vdtsuti taken tbrouib Wunn Co.reclTt without shame, la the prttilnoHcf, ot anr aeloniltto lourna , yean lour moiiiaa, fb 'fcaawk A handsomelr Illustrated weekly. (lurkhee'a "Pull ot Life" Northern Gro( Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of jSyeat ol lucccsslul seed growing behind them. It pays nlant the lest. . Reasonable Specialties: Earliest SEEDS BEANS Red Valentine . , PEAS Alaska . . Trade Marks rtririNa Copyrights Ac New Stringles Gtctn Pod Vard ell's Imp. Kidney Wax Davis New Wb'Ve Wax Currie's Kust rToof Wax U 50 Bushel H.75 iiusuei J4.JO Bushel lt.7a Bushel ti 50 Bushel 1J.J5 bushel scientific nrnKM. lactaotlkU Jf'.,1 $j 50 Bushel Extra Early New Early Gradus . . . 1550 Husnci Ilorsford'a Market Garden Buckbcc's Lightning Express J5.00 Bushel Lettuce, ludiih, Tomato and a full line ot sseds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing end for complete catalogue or submit a list ei your requirement J and v. Hi quote pneev. Buy direct from the glower Save Money. Write today. Mention this paper. pn! VliNNrn3648fMd.n. NewYork , jat V kU. ! H. W. BUCKBEE latitat St, iMUarcJ ScrfR troops wcro sent to Vera Cruz, RACES DISCOVEREO sent emissaries to Zapata, proposing a coalition of forces against tho In- vadcr. Somo of the messengers were killed, It wns reported, and the othStream, Cutting Thru Deposits of ers were sent back to Huertn minus their ears. Cnrranza and Zapata were Centuries, Reveals Ruins supposed to bo working hand In glove until Zapata's delegation to tlia in Nebraska. Aguascallentes convention sided with Villa, nnd the "first chief" Issued his ultimatum that both Villa and Omaha, Nob. In an ancient Ne- Zapata must retire. During all these years Zapata I153 braska valley which time and Nature filled up 1,000 years and more had full swing in Morelos, the In- ago archaeologists from Peabody Mu - j liabltantB of which have furnished seum, Harvard University, have dls- - supplies to his band of bandits. covered remarkable ruins of threo Whether this upport has been ren Gratifications of prehistoric villages dered ungrudgingly or under duress of three distinct peoples. Altho the can not bo determined. Morelos does Harvard expedition already had com- not enjoy uninterrupted communicapleted Its work for the season and tion with the outside world. Zapata was upon the point of returning to hns established an effectunl If somethe university, the discovery wns re- what crudo censorship .of his own. garded as so Important that the The Review of Reviews, which has scientists indefinitely extended their discovered In Zapata a new Mexican stay In order to thoroly Investigate hero, evidently subscribes to the antho great archaeological "find." cient dlctrlno of survival of the fitvillages lie buri- test. It Includes morality and JustThe centurlcs-ol- d ed In a narrow valley between two ness of cause In the concept of fltnes3. high bluffs, twenty-fiv- e miles below It argues that the fact that such a Ohaha, near the Missouri river. Time rich section has upported Zapata's filled up the valley and destroyed the band so long Indicates a strong sentivillages, but In recent years a small ment for the reforms he espouses. It stream has cut Us way thru the de- might ns consistently have been arposits ot hundreds of years, and has gued that tho long and successful caexposed the remains of tho old towns reer of the Doones denoted their symfar below the present surface of the pathetic support by the peaceful in valley. Reading the history of the habitants of Exmoor. The Stories of valley from tho steep sides of the ra- Zapata's exploits nrt? dlicredlted by vine, the scientists see that ages ago this American magazine ns misreptho place was thickly populated. resentations by his enemies. Tlmo passed, the valley was deIn addition to Us argument based serted, and the wash of the centur- on his continued success, the itevlew ies from the surrounding hills par- of Reviews relies much on his formal tially filled the depression. Again a proclamation, "The Voice of Juarez." prehistoric people , another race, set- This proclamation, of unknown autled In the valley, and lived until thorship, sets forth, in the perfervld they, in turn, passed away. Another style characterizing state papers in age followed, and again many feet tho Spanish language, an attractive of earth washed down from tho hills, plan pf agrarian reform. One would still further filling up the valley, only suppose that an American single-ta- x to pass onward before the coming dreamer had written It. A spirit of the Pawnees, who had for centur- of lotty personal disinterestedness ies lived In the Platte River valley, breathes in the proclamation's dewhen Coronado, the Spaniard, came scription of the suffering of the poor. in 1541. No wonder It touches the susceptible The legends of the third people heart of Dr. Shaw, whose emotions to inhabit the valley were forgotten have often swayed his judgment to five centuries ago. Thre has never his undoing. But we remember Huer-ta'- s been a troditlon of the second race; proclamations, reading like the nnd as for the first people who left Psalms ot David. We recall various their remains In the ravine, the Har- colored official books of the warring vard scientists will not even venture European nations, each persuasive a guess. when read on his private pedestal, One of the last nets of the inhab- If he chooses, but we must itants of one of the ancient houses further evidence before voting await him was to indulge in a great feast. And a halo. while they probably had no alphabet ot any kind, they loft behind them a Dopontlency Due to Indigestion. It is not at all surprising that permenu which can be easily read by nrcheologists. All of this is indicated sons Vho' have' indigestion become by the' remains of the feast found on discouraged and despondent., Here the very top of the ash heap, far be- are a few words of hope and cheer neath trie surface of the ground. for them by Mrs. Dlanche Bowers, There are the long bono of a crane, Indiana, Pa. "For years my digestion bones of half a dozen varieties ot was so poor that I could only eat fish, tho wishbone of a wold goose, the lightest foods. I tried every thing the leg bone of a deer, the pelvis of that I heard of to get relief, but not a beaver, the jaw of a wolf, bones of until about a year ago when I saw five different birds, the shell of a tur- Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and tle, a gallon or two of clam shells got a bottle of them, did I find the and the remains of a buffalo. A few right treatment. I soon began to imcharred squash seed preserved by the prove, and since taking a few bottles peat shows that these people were of them my digestion Is fine." For agriculturists. sale by All Dealers. And last of all, at the top ot the Sheriff's Sale. heap, there were two smooth pipes, Persuant to an order Issued from indicating that even In that early age the aborigines were users of to- the Ohio Circuit Court In the suit of bacco and must have cultivated Alvln Rowe, assignee, vs. J. B. Mad-do- x and J. E. Maddox, defendants, the "weed." Dr. R .F. Glider, field archaeolo- the plaintiff was awarded judgment gist with tho University of Nebras- for the sum of $1,028.30 with InterG per cent from tho 19th day ka, which has made a spe'clal study est ut of July, 1910, and the further sum of prehistoric pottery, says that the pots mado by the first people in this of $1.20 cost. I, or one of my depuvalley are entirely different In de- ties, will offer for sale on Monday, sign and decoration from any that Dec. 7, 1914 at the court house door he has ever examined. Dr. Gilder be- In Hartford, Ky between the hours lieves the rankers to have existed of 10 a. in. and 2 p. m. at public outcry, the following described property many thousands of yeirs ago. Tho Harvard expedition will re- situated In Ohio County and describmain in tho little valley until It Is ed as follows: Beginning at a corner of Rockport driven out by cold weather. And since the exploration of tho different Real Estate Company's lot No 1, stratifications of villages cannot be block 3, North with street 60 feet; completed before that time. Prof. thence West with Rice's line 132 Sterns is already making arrange- feet to Walnut street; thence with ments to return there as soon as the Walnut street CO fee; theuce East frost leaves the ground next spring. with Rockport Real Estate Company's lino 132 feet to the beginning, Don't Relay Treating x'our Cough. and being same property sold by A slight cough often becomes seri- Maddox & Park at a Master Comous, Lungs get congested, Dronchial missioner's salo of the Ohio Circuit Tubes fill with mucous. Your vital- Court, which solo was confirmed by ity is reduced. You need Dr. Doll's an order of tho Ohio Circuit Court, It soothes your Ir- and deed to purchasers at the Octo ritated air passages, loosens mucous ber term, 1914, In tho suit ot A. D. i and makes your system resist Colds. Park, &c against C. M. Barnett &c, Give tho Daby and children Dr. but which deed has not been record- Doll's It's guaran- ed. Levied upon, tho one-haundividteed to help them. Only 25c. at your ed Interest In tho ubovo tract of land Druggist. as the property of J. E. Maddox, or Zuputu lleeomes 11 Hero. so much thereof as will satisfy tho come and Mexican presidents havo above debt, interest and cost. gono, but for several years Zapata S. O. KEOWN. S. O. C, has carried on his perennial rebelSix Per Cent Louns lion aglnst al comers. He may seem to be supporting a revolutionary Obtainable on Farm, Ranch or City leader, but as soon as that leader Property. To improve, Purchase or Liberal Op gets control at Mexico City Zapata Remove Incumbrance; goes on the warpath again. 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For tho most part the y.vrstap armies hnvo boon content i i.1l each other nt long range. jnruiinil Ypres tho Gorman have XkI jiuuW wvornl attacks at short range, ofwhich, Jiccordlng to the Trench rrjiort. have been repulsed ficial will. fceavy losses. Extensive works have been erected si'unr. the Yser. The Germana are Naming Belgium Into a fortress. whirA Is Interpreted to mean. If they 3o Mil succeed In advancing. the The tntnU to winter In Belgulin. lior- KAMI from O.stend to thu Dutch JX Suis been placed III a stale "I e i i Snourlor William, accompanied by his stall. Is returning to Strusshurg, 5ii-- i jitartlng point at the cominence-jh.of tho war. guarded by two The dispatch aeroplanes. Kuiser appeared taciturn saj"? !he m pn-JTf- A Cracow continues. xvJvsumm oh ltatlto Is going on between the Turks As yiglilbis continues In East Prussia the Jtussians claiming successful profess around Johannlsburg. The tlM Caucasus. TV..' qnreulon of a public funeral FVId Marshal Earl Roberts, with services at St. Paul's, is under cniui'uVrallnn, but it is Mated that in itnj"r?Jice to the wishes of Lady llaWzij, tho service may bo private. Sir Gjnrt Parker will question Premier Asquith today In the House of Commons regarding the sowing of i3.xae.s- where they will endanger neaZr.i! vessels. England has announced litest.' will be no war operations An oftlcial statement in Arabia. fTOKji the British Admiralty announces enccessful operations against the Vjm - on Tniklith garrison at SlielUh-Salat the the Strait of ntrnnco ot the Gulf of Aden, and of tlie occupation of the Turkish forts of Tnrfcj by Indian troops assisted by the cruiser Duke of Edinburgh. d, Turkish troops Imvo occupied Ko-in the Persian provincu of Azerbaijan, defeating the Russians. it r, Tuoilu. VKlinui a dissenting voice the lipase of Commons granted the of Premier Asquith for 5l.l"r,-U- i t.NDO lor war purposes and an re-1- million men. .Members urged tjtw', Ahe country should be given fnlltu- letails of the war. The cost ot tlii war to Great Britain, Premier Ifijuilb wild, is nearly $5,000,000 th.t day .ft Wtinice TUnni; fays dispatch received in tilieja. that Crocow, capital of is burning and that its are lieelng. ,ptrini. Turks lost 230 men and two suns during the bombardment of the Jstrdanelles. The cruisers Goeben awl Drfcslau havo the Bos- Tfce .French and German reports arc ajrain contradictory regarding the pregtess-otheir armies In Flanders arjj along the French battle front. The taction around Dixmude has brcn Hooded and tho movements of trooph impeded by winter. f Tr reports the Russian developing favorably In SSuaf Prussia. Along the border the Thwfians are marching in snow, dad 3 iiM jackets. J'ctrograd ura3ii fp-ikl- n Wednesday. A launch lrom the United States writer Tennesso was fired upon in entering tlio Gulf of Sniyr-'J:)fcftrdlng to dispatches received J'jchu Athens, and was compelled to t'Uj& 10 tho Tennessee. Yanhington advices say nothing T IMa alleged attack, but both the TVfi,csse and North Carolina aro known to be in thu neighborhood of Syinrna, ft hero nn outbreak against 'hweiCB'-ris feared. .-) k, s The cost of the war to England will 2,250,000,000 for one year, to tho estimate presented to rb. House of commons yesterday by rstnl Lloyd George, Cltancellor of tin- - gjchuuuer. To meet this vast tun; thu IIouso of Commons an increase in thu Income tax nnil & tax upon beer und tea. A war .foan ol $1,750,000,000 will bo float-v- i to suku up the rest of thu amount In his speech before the iwvttNury. fflauiH Hiu Chancellor intimated that h war would not bo over soon. In Ikjlq Houbcs of Parliament tribpaid to tho memory of utes L'uc.rd Koberts, whoso body was tukeu Ha jfekuid yesterday from France. Tb lnneral will not be until later s the week, Meanwhile the body will .il fv vje nearly half a million dollars and the Foot and Mouth DKra-- o Spreads. unremitting efforts of K7R employes, Tho experts of the Bureau ot An of whom 1I59 were veterinarians. . imal Industry of the Department of iTl , k , , f heavier ami If AcrlRitlturp nro concentrating their ilm Dnn.irtnieut nf Acrlp.nlturp rnn remedy for clTortg on t,c suppression of nn cp- - kill the present epidemic It will Jus- - ' An UptO-dat- C disease tlfy Its existence ninny times over. colds. That is what Pcruna ldcmlc of among cattle, the spread of which is. In successful use over has been so swift as to prompt Fed-- I tW 50 years. FOR FLETCHER'S cral quarantine against shipments of Now cattle out of fourteen States I Colds are caught In many York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio, t -! taways: Illy ventilated rooms; Indiana, Illinois. Iowa, MassachuDo Not l.rt Them Klnn e. 11C11IS 111 VUU1 1131 111 VYCdllllg Op" rooms that have direct draughts; setts, Michigan, Rhode Island, Wis beginning to re- Our people are j SHOPS. IS crowded rooms; damp houses; consin and Kentucky. Ail Interstate spond most generously to the appeal , . , stuffy school rooms; Ofhces illy , Bliipmcnts of cattle, hogs and sheep for the Belgians. i heated. In these States arc absolutely stopp . Treaties wero violated when Bel- C H A dose of Peruna at the right cd by the Agricultural Department's glum uas invaded. Honorable pledg- QV COlUDai SUCCeSSIUllY time, at the first symptom of (ltinrnntine. Doubtless other States es were broken when foreign soldiers 3 cold, before the bones begin to will be found to have Infected herds ,eBan to destroy her cities and sc, ache, before the sore throat and If so they will be quarantined linr ffolrlu. manifests itself, or the cough, or ' At this writing cases of diseased cat-tl- e The llelglnns hnc no Interest in the discharge from the nose, just nt Como. Miss., nre suspected of the present war. Kven If they daro a dose or two of Pcruna before j being the disease. defend their own, they and their these symptoms begin is gener I and are under investigation. The to towns are destroyed ally BUiiicieiu. bik aucr uic cum nw ()t l0SO sus,1Ccted cases lit They have been eaten out of house yO is once established with the , lcttcr known tlirough and homo by the Invaders. Tributes t fn above symptoms prominent, a Secretary of Agrlcul- - have been levied on their cities, llos- - Ln liottle of Peruna, or maybe' two, t1ri . owner of a ier (lt Co. tnges hae been taken Threats have , g . ., ,, will be necessary. , f been made of what will happen to j been Tor several year3 I havochango tie had been atTllctecl with sores about these hostages unless the tributes are j troubled with colds at each ' of season. I took Poruna and have the mouths nnd hoofs, and in treat paid over ?2 lth the sllRhtest ing not been troubled them lie seemed to have contractThe relief fund which Is being col- Mr. Harry cold this entire season." BaltiSt., 1323 Mosher disease himself. The symp- lected through The Commercial Ap ed the v more. Md. peal was started by a lumber man "I clve tho children Peruna If they toms given were those of und disease. who contributed $100. Mr. Burgess. liae a cold, I. I. It always relieves Hayes. 1937 Druid Mr The seriousness of the epidemic of Uussc & Burgess, followed SaturHill Ave.. Baltimore, Md. "When I feel a cold comlnff onrnaI disease and day by another man, S. II. Anderson and It does take a little Peruna. Many. 12 Water of the Co., who con Kood." Mr. Charles S. the necessity for use by the Depart- ot the Andcrson-Tull- y at.. Osslnlns. N. Y. set tributed $200. 'yn No family should ever be without ment of Agriculture of funds Pninn. for It Is an unfailing cure aside for other purposes have been Four da s ago a planter sent a bale ' for colds." Mrs. M. F. Jonei. Burnlaid before the President by Secreta- of cotton. Yesterday a man oflcred Inn Springs. Ky. ry Houston. The Secretary told to send another halo of cotton If The gfc President Wilson that, as a result of Commercial Appeal would guaranHe in state and will finally be placed the epidemic, it will be necessary to tee that It would be bold at 10 cents , In St. Paul's. the estimates of expendi- a pound. The guarantee was made. It was otliclally announced yester- increase tures for the department now being Another bale was sent without con-- 1 day that the Prince of Wales had up and which will be sent dltions, and the Memphis Law School been attached to the genrat staff of drawn to Congress next month. He said contributed the fourth bale. Field Marshal French as an aide de Our friends in Mississippi, Arkan-- ' the department believed it was in camp. 1 coutrol of the situation and that the jas anil west lenuesee are oeiiiiusK 11 7 DOlQiy HDOVe food supply would not be ery se- in money. Already two remittances The enemy is falling back along riously affected. have been sent to tho Belgian minis- - W5 SiTUl the entire front in Ea.--t Prussia, bemono will Even If no further areas are added ter. Every cent of this tween Gumblnnen ami Anserburg. for buying food and the pur e mmrrinHnpil spetlnii. it will according to the 0lllcl.1l report civen tn tli. AJv u. on.t i.ml million dollars to stamn cliaaes are to be made in this conn out last night in Petrograd. The camO itl.finfcp Jtirr tlio nnlv offoPt Mm paign along the Vistula is raging rtnt I.', i. . nn i,rv nr1 The population in Belgium isbefor continuously In the nature of a gra.U It ail anected animal,. The in-- 1 he war was 7.000 000 burn battle. of the lo,s. however, will be much mated that more than half people are out 01 uieir uuum n.w. & Only the most drastic Heavy attacks by the Germans, t;!'t;Rterf I hem have been beggarid ".loaMire. o: immuliaie siaugiuer, but an unfavored situation around If 1rt to their own resource dur- an hope of eliminating the di- -' iMiMiV. v Slides and iSniitj. Ypre is reported In the French olM . she?!.Tn to .sT i() ing the coming winter mori than rigid quarantining but i. et-I .. cial communication. Progress for the Mcii'si Drc-i" Iti,ltAiic nntil ill.. roll! 1,. .,,.l el..n.. "an i .1... iw'h'"'" ii knri.i., 00 tn S'i.iiu Sinn's to have been made at 1. .i... .n tn. nnK.Iml ll H lllntnll.- tarvation. Allies ih Indies' Ilonvy Shot's Si. HO to several other points, however. have rontrlliut.il Tho ltelgit'iis jtnd pigeons to a distance 01 I'lieli to the civilization of the world l.idiiV lire-.-- , Shoes ?l.n(Mn$ ."in miles. core of hundreds of otarles V.of'ern music had Us first The fall of Belgrade Into the hands Mi-se- s' (1(1 Heavy Shoes disease is SI.:?. Jo The teachers In Belgium und in Holof the Autrlaus -- eems Imminent, acpractica'ly unknown to American and $1 2f to $." 00 Mines' Dresh Shoos land. In sculpture, In painting and cording to Berlin reports. The Gerstofk raisers, therefore it lias not in polite literature the Belgians hae man cruiser Berlin was interned yesj Shoes Sl.2." to SH .' ) recognized, which ac- been generally furnished many tilings to delight the terday by Norway ( $1 00 to .!' 00 'liiltlr. n's Shoes "mints for the foothold it has gained; eye and the mind of all thohf who at the nevertheless the foaming Inf.inli' Shoes love the noble and the beautiful 2"e to 1.50 Tliiiril.i. niouth and the ulcers appearing on. the Belgians As manufacturers directed Am- - tne udders and feet of the animals The United States has have a delicate skill which has made bassador Mcrgenthau at Constantino- - attacked are unmistakable signs to their products most desirable. plo to ask the Ottoman Government t,ose aware of the presence of the As farmers the Belgians and the for an explanation of the firing oy,jjseaSp m tue united States, and the Danes are the best In the world. The Turkish land forces at a launch from Secretary of Agriculture urged the Belgians bine given more study to the American cruiser Tennessee pro- immediate report to him ot any sus- scientific agriculture, to the growth ceeding from Vourlah to the Ameri- pected animals or herds. Indeed, to field products, of cattle can consulate at Smyrna, which in- prompt action In such cases, even If and to flowers than any other to fruit cident was officially confirmed by involving a pecuniary loss to the people In Europe. cable from Capt. Decker, of the Ten- farmer or the shipper rises to the Surely a member of a race which nessee, to the Navy Department. The height of patriotism, since the generhas contributed bo much to the proswarships wre advised to take no ac- al spread of the disease would be a perity and the happiness of the tion which might embarrass the Unit- - tremendious national calamity. In world as have the Belgians should ;d States. Coma former outbreak of the disease In not bo permitted to perish. 4. Massachusetts and New Hampshire, mercial Appeal. In the region of St. Mihlel the Ger- failure to report the malady and the mans have blown up the west part evident intention of some of the peo- Shermun was right Spy l.ody Wrote. Omaha, Neb., Nov. 14. General of Chauvlncourt, which they had ple to conceal it resulted in greatly mined, according to the French off- prolonging the period of quarantine Sherman's laconic description of war among tho despised class of war vic- for something new and exciting. Soon adviser already the whole condition of home life beicial report issued last night. The reand rendered the work of eradication was absolutely accurate, according tims. A spiritual port also stated that the day had by tite government much more diffi- to Carl Hans Lody, in a last letter has been to visit me. It was his comes tiresome. Excitement Is debeen marked by violent and almost cult. With the present widespread to friends hero before his execution presence moro than anything else manded and must be supplied. This uninterrupted cannonading on the prevalence of the disease such a as a German bpy in the courtyard of which made mo realize that what Is an extreme view to take of movyour own General Sherman said of ing pictures. Many aro calculated to course would probably result in its the Tower of London. north front of the Allies. missive, written before the war lb true. In beyond possible control. do a groat deal ot good .Some of the getting In the my demise shall bo most valuable lessons of life aro "Doubtless On the morning of November 17, such an event. It Is stated, the pres- end of the trial, the young German says tho report Issued by the Rus- ent high price of meat would not be naval officer Indicated ho foresaw heralded as that of a spy, but I taught with tho camera. In all big Others midlcal colleges the moving picture have spiritual consolation. sian general staff, a German squad- a marker to what could be expected. his fate. A translation of parts of the let- have suffered, and I must accept tho camera plays nn Important part. ron bombarded Llbau, setting fire Secretary Houston therefore urges to several buildings. The same day every good American to report at ter, dated "The Tower of London, Oc- reward of fatte. I am btll your af Scenes of historic nature are preserved for future generations. The fectionate friend. the Ruslan Black Sea fleet bombard- once, by telegraph, if possible, any tober 31. reads: dis"My feelings run riot when t can fast vanishing race of the red man CARL HANS. ed the harbor and barracks at Trebi-zon- d case of supposed has been pictured under tho auspices and set fire to buildings along ease. In case of the slaughter and permit myself to review the dramatic of the War Department of the Unitdestruction of animals the Federal events of the last three years and the coast. Not Altogether to Blame. government and tho States pay tho what is to bo the probablo cllmux of ed Stati'3 government so that future Chaplain Lougher ot the Michigan There are persistant rumors In owner the full meat value for his an- it all. I am prepared to mako a State prison In a lecture, recently generations may have nn opportunity of studying the red man as ho clean breast of all this trouble but Valparaiso, Chile, that the British imals as if in good health. delivered at Ann Arbor, holds the transport Crown of Gallcla has been Protests of cattlo owners against I must protect my friends In the moving plcturo show responsible for really existed at one time. No more attacked by German cruisers and the rigid enforcement of the preven- Fatherland und avoid as much as the Increase of Juvenile crimes. This instructive scries has ever been placed beforo tho public than tho sunk. The crew, it is said, was tive measures were answered by Dr. possible humiliation for those who is an extreme viow to tako and travel pictures, depleting bcenes in S. E. Bennett, chief of the inspection have bceiu near and dear to me. saved. while there is no doubt nn element "I am tit tho Tower, Hourly while of logic in his analysis of the situa- foreign countries nnd among nations force of the Bureau of Animal Indusof the world. Here wo nro brought try at the Chicago stockyards, by tho I am confined hero an unfriendly tion. Chaplain Lougher must remem- face to face with geograpllc condistatement that the slaughter of in- guard passes the corridor. My coun- ber that thero are other causes. tions und with native characteristics I fected animals at a cost of $100,000,-OOOwou- selor is an attorney of standing, but There has been a tendency on wlhch cannot fall to Impress the be cheaper to owners of I outlines feel that he Is trying to in herds and the packing Interests than do his duty to his country rattier the part of many sociologists of late minds of the young. There aro cera general spread of the dibeaso.wlth than defend his client. Next week to start criminal tendencies in the tain nielodrmatlc productions which the vastly larger loss it would In- I shall know my fate, ul thought hero moving picture theater. A few years should be censored. Moving plcturo volve. The death rate ranges from can be hardly a doubt as to what it ago these bame sociologists started plays which indulge In STOP AT THE 2 to 30 or 40per cent, with great Is to be. I have attended to such all criminal tendencies In the saloon. murder and scenes of violence have According to Lougher 15 years a posslblo chance of variation in tho violence ot the epi- legal matters as wero ncccessary, but creating a crimdemic, but the average loss to tho whether my wishes will bo curried ago the average age ot going into inal tendency In tho minds of tho prison to servo a sentence was 33 young. Sucli pictures and pictures farmer through the crippling and out I do not know. " You may havo an opportunity to years and that today the avergago displaying the phases of the always deterioration of the animal attacked say u word to some of those for ago is 21 years ot age. The cause of existing sex problem can do no good Is placed by the Department of Agriwhom I feel an interest. Ask them this younger uveruge according to and parents would do well to' prevent culture at SO per cent. harshly. When tho chaplain is to be found in tho their children attending when such The latest appearance ot the foot to Judge mo not FRANK ECKERT, Prop. h disease In this country they hear ot me again doubtless my social and amusement side ot our pictures are offered. Chaplain LoughU.H.ECKERT.Mgr, was In 1908, when small areaas in body shall have been placed in con- -' life. He declares that there are dan- er is no doubt correct'about pictures Maryland crete beneath this old Tower, or ray gers In the cleanest kind of moving stimulating tho mind, New York, Pennsylvania, but he should ImaEuropean Plan $1 Up, and Michigan were affected. To bones shall have made a pyre. Dut pictures because they stimulate wi not include all pictures In bis stamp out even this restricted epi- I shall have served my country. May- gination until there Is created, In In the minds of the young a craving demic Involved the expenditure ot be some historian will 'record me COLDS I tMWMrororaroro&iMWOTMWS th FOOT WEAR! 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