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' EXCERPTS FROM DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY SubscriptionSI per Year No. 20 man added that any cattle released for shipment under such condition would bo for immediate slaughter only. Commissioner Newman announced last night he had agreed to modify the State quarantine on counties to the extent that hay and straw may bo shipped Into such counties from counties. An order to this effect will be Issued this morning by Mr. Newman as chairman of the Kentucky Livestock Sanitary-Board- . Dr. Guy Cole', of Oklahoma, arrived yesterday and Joined the forco of Federal men working under Dra. Owen and Bond. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1914. In case of foreign Invasion by a power the minimum forco 1915 required for the support of our permanent coast defenses would be Our three hundred thousand men. available force of regulars amounts War Brings Need of Food- to only six per cent of the ar.my required for the early stages of a deSupply. fensive war. In respect of regulars our military preparedness is as 6 to 100. Adding to the six per cent of products of merchandise without a Largest Acreage In Worlds His- regulars a possible nineteen per cent hill, memorandum, or other evidence of militiamen our available strength thereof as herein required, or who tory Predicted for Next at the outset of such a war would be shall doliver such bill, memorandum, to the necessary force as 25 is to 100. of sale, or agreeYear. or other evidence That Is to say we aro ment to sell, without having the prepared. porpcr stamps affixed thereto, with This Impressive warning does not intent to evade the foregoing proWashington, Nov. Si. The greatvisions, shall be deemed guilty of a est wheat area In the world's history come from any alarmist, any Irremisdemeanor, and upon conviction will be planted for the 1915 harvest sponsible agitator, any Interested thereof, shall pay a flno of not ex- as a result of the European war, is promoter of military expansion. The ceeding $1,000, or be imprisoned not the opinion of Charle3 M. Daugherty, foregoing comparison forms part of more than six months, or both, at statistical expert of the Department the very dispassionate statement of Gen. Wood. the discretion of tho court. of Agriculture. In a report made y no bill, memorandum, agree- public That Mr. Daugherty says: I .aw. Plans to Test Anti-Pus- s ment or evidenco of such sale, or "As a result of the war in Europe, Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 24. The agreement of sale, or agreement to a world-wid- e Intendency exists to mooted question whether the constiBell, In case of products or merchancrease the acreage of wheat. Doubtactually delivered at the time less the most extensive area in the tutional provision that public officers dise sale or while In vessel, boat or car, history of the world will be seeded who ride on free passes shall forfeit will be and actually in course of transporta- during the present autumn and com- their office Is tion, shall be subject to this tax, pro- ing spring. A prospective heavy de- presented before tho court of appeals al vided such bill, memorandum, agree- mand for this Important food grain from Pike county before the next Assembly meets. ment: or other evidence of such sale, by the importing countries of WestJudge J. M. Robertson, of Plke-vlll- e, or agreement of sale, or agreement to ern Europe is likely, If seeding conwho presides over the sell shall be accompalned by bills of ditions fuvor, to give extraordinary Circuit Court, was in Franklading or vouchers showing that the stimulus to sowing of both winter five offbald products are actually In course and spring varieties in the two great fort Monday and said that icers In Pike have been indicted for aforesaid. of transportation as exporting countries of North America notes, except bank and to those sowings now being fur- riding on passes. The Constitution Promissory ennotes issued for circulation and for nished under auspicious circumstan- directed the General Assombly to act a law fixing a penalty and says each renewal of the same, for a ces in British India. guilty of the offense shall forsum not exceeding $100, two cents; "In the Southern Hemisphere seed- those feit their offices. The General Asand for each additional $100 or ing was completed before the war becarfractional part thereof in excess of gan, and the effect of economic condi- sembly never has enacted a law rying It into effect. $100, two cents. tions upon extension of areas there Interest was aroused In the proExpress and freight: It shall be will be manifest only in tho spring vision last winter when at the reuntho duty of every railroad or steam- and summer of 1915. conmembers of the boat company, carrier, express com"In Europe, where ordinarily over ion of the convention Judgelast Carroll, stitutional pany, or corporation or pc'rsou whoso half tho world's wheat Is produced, occupation is to act as such, to issuo the Indications are that all available of the Court of Appeals, sounded a they to the shipper or consignor, or his labor resources, in both neutral and warning to public officers that person from whom any contending nations, will be utilized might find to their dismay that the ugent, or and regoods are accepted for transporta- to the utmost for getting In full or provision is exceeding Increased areas. In Italy, where quires no 6jututory enactment "to tion where a charge of possible to remove anyone fivo cents is made a bill of ladiug, wheat acreage Is ordinarily second make It, from office for tills offense, though remanifest, or other evidence of in extent to that of no State in Euceipt and forwarding for each ship- rope, excepting Russia, 1,000,000 he added that he was not expressing ment recievod for carriage and trans- acres.it Is said, will be added to crop. an opinion on the subject. . portation, whether in bulk or In boxIn the contending countries extraHartford Young Man Honored. or not ordinary efforts are being exerted in es: bales, packages, bundles, Mr. Douglas D. Felix, who is atso Inclosed or included; and sucli autumn seeding. The services of tending the law department of Yale shipper, consignor, agent or person women and children, men exempt University, New Haven, Conn., and shall duly attach and cancel as is from military service, refugees, pris- who is now in his senior year, has in this act provided, to each of said oners of war and soldiers temporari- been selected as one of twenty who bills of lading, manifests, or other ly relieved from the ranks are being compose the editorial board of the memorandum, a stamp of the value utilized in tho fields as occasions per- Yale Law Journal, which is publishof ono cent. Provided, that a con- mit and require. Becauso of strain- ed monthly during each academic signment of newspapers to any one ed labor conditions and of the occu- year. Tho members composing this point or to different points by train pation of certain territory during bonrd who do the editorial work on or conveyance when inclosed in one seed time by contending troops, some this Journal are selected from the general bundle at the point of ship- ideal contractions of area seem ine- honor-ro- ll of the previous year. as one vitable. The reduction, however, is ment shall be considered Considering the large number of shipment, and, in lieu of a bill of likely to bo compensated by increas- students In the legal department of ladiug therefor the publisher of such ed sowings in neutral nations. this great university, this is an honnewspaper shall file on or before "In Western Europe, particularly or of which any young man should the in tli day of each month with the In England and France, the autumn be proud. Collector of Internal Revenue for the sowings of wheat are somewhat In district In which such newspaper is arrears, but as a large part of these Very Cruz in Hands of Gen. Agullar. published a report under oath show- countries Is favored with a mild cliVera Cruz, Nov. 24. The Constiing tho number of such shipments mate, making sowing operations pos- tutionalist troops which came Into during tho proceeding month, to sible at times durlug the entire win- Vera Cruz yesterday on the departreport such publisher shall affix and ter, little anxiety Is expressed over ure of tho American forces of occuReports from pation under Gen., Funston, continucancel stamps equal in value to one tho present delay. cent for each shipment so reported Germany and other countries of Cen- ed y to maintain order. There Provided further, that the report tral Europe indicate that seeding op- have been no disturbances in the city. herein required shall not Include erations have been carried on with Mexican flags are flying over all tho shipments of newspapers delivered to activity." public buildings audi the various points within the country In which Government officials named by the Gullaher 10 Buy Tobucco. the same are published. An yfailure Constitutionalists have begun their Ky Henderson, Nov. 18. "I labors. More troops entered the city to Issue such bill of lading, manifest, mar- today, but when Gen. Carranza 'will as herein will bo in the Henderson or other memorandum, provided, shall subject such railroad ket for tobacco this year and I be- arrive Is not known. or steamboat company, carrier, ex- lieve that the tobacco here will comTho commercial telegraph wires press company, or corporation or per- mand a very fair price," said Thom- connecting Vera Cruz with Mexico son to a penalty of $50 for each as Gullaher is commonly rated the City have not yet been repaired. biggest independent buyer of tobacco John R. Silllman, the personal agent offense. Telegraph and telephone messages: in the world, and Is said to be the of President Wilson in Mexico City, It shall bo the duty of every person, buyer of whom the imperial has Is making uso of the private wires firm, or corporation owning or oper- been most afraid. Mr. Gallaher ad- under military control for the transating any telegraph or telephone mits that the tobacco locally is of mission of messages from the capital line or lines to make within thirty excellent grade and says that the to Vera Cruz. Here his communicadays after the expiration of each war will not keep him from buying. tions aro relayed to the United States The looso leaf floor will open here by cable. The company's linemen month a sworn statement to the of internal revenue in each on December 7. Othor buyers nro nro at work to repair the,break, but collector of holr respective districts, stating expected to bid lively for tobacco it does not appear likely that ordinatho number of dispatches, messages and plantersare more optimistic ry communication with Mexico City for some time will bo or conversations originated at each than they have been In years. , to come. respective exchanges, toll i of their stations or offices, and transmitted Gon. Leonard Wood's Warning to the Card of Tliunks. Nation. thence over their lines during the I want to thank the good people The peaceful and neutralized little preceeding month for which a charge so kindly and of 15 cents or more was imposed, republic of Switzerland, with a total of Hartford who -, population about equal to that of the quickly responded to the fire alarm and for each such messages or conextinguished the vcrsatlons the said person, firm or town of New York, can put in the Friday night and field on short notice an army of half blaze that had started in the new corporation shall collect from the Methodist church building. Their person paying for the message or a million trained fighting men. prompt efforts saved the church. I With a population twenty-fiv- e conversation a tax of 1 cent in ad- to the regular charges for times greater that that of Switzer- certally appreciate this kindness ditlon accompanied it. the message or conversation which' land, the United States could com- and the spirit which Respectfully, a mobile person firm or corpor- - mand in an emergency tax the said PAUL WOODWARD, force of less than ninety thousand ; Contractor. regulars and militiamen, assuming (Continued on Eighth Page.) first-class MJAX flow The New LAW Revenue Us. Statute Affects thereof, the name of the seller, the amount of the sale, and the mater of thing to which It refers; and any person or persons liable to pay the lax as herein provided, or anyone who nets In tho matter as agent or broker for sucli person or persons, who shall make any such sale or agreement of sale, or agreement to sell or who shnll, in pursuance of any such bale agreement or sale, or agreement to sell, deliver any such GREAT WHEAT the utmost possible ns to the bility of the mllltln. , availa- CATTLEMEN SEEK AREAjOR BILLOF HEALTH Beef Situation Talked over With Newman. Expert Veternarians Be stuff Almost Everything From A Box of Are To Fills Must Bs Stamped. Employed To one-quart- Inspect. To Induce the Federal Government to lift the quarantine from portions of Kentucky unaffected by the hoof and mouth disease, five central counties yesterday arranged to employ expert veterinarians to conduct an Inspection for certifying the nonexistence of the disease. J. W. Newman, Commissioner of Agriculture, was notifiled of this action yesterday afternoon during a visit of cattle owners from the counties of Fayette.Scott, Clark, Bourbon, Montgomery, Boyle, Garrard ai)d Lincoln, where large consignments of fat cattle are ready for the market The and are awaiting sliipment. cattle men, after explaining the situation to Mr. Newman and in turn hearing his explanation of the position taken by the Federal authorities that the nonexistence of the disease would have to be certified before any modification could be made, communicated with the officers of five counties and reported that the Fiscal Courts would pay salaries of five ad- Vr publish below the features of war tax the ntw revenue, or law, Thlch affect this locality the . jnost scrlouHly. There arc many oth-v- r sections In other respects hard hit hut it in too long to publish in full at this time. The requirements for deedb and other papers necessary to be pL4 to recoril are of especial interest here. It will be noted that no record can bo. made unless the required stamps arc attached, hrlicdule A Stamp Taxes. Bonds, debentures, or certificates of Indebtedness lbsucd on and after the first day of December, 1914, by any association, company, or corporation, on each $ 100 of fnce value or fraction thereof, 5 cents, and on each original Issue, whether on organization, of certificates of stock by any. .such association, company, or corporation, on each J 100 of fuce alue or fraction thereof, 5 cents, and on all siilos, or agreements to sell, or sales or deliveries or transfers of shares or certificates of stock in any association, company, or corporation, whether made upon or Ahown by the books of the association, company or corporation, or by sin assignment In blank, or by any 'ielivory, or by any paper or agreement or memorandue or other evidence or transfer or sale, whether entitling the holder in any manner to the benefit of such stock or to secure the future payment of money ur ior tho future transfer of any .stock, on each $100 or face value or fraction thereof, 2 centb: Provided, that It Is not Intended by this net to Impose a tux upon an agreement evidencing a deposit of stock certificates as collateral security for money loaned thereon, which stock certificates are not actually sold, nor upon such stock certificates so deposited: Provided further, that in case of snlo wheroin tho evidence of trunsfer Is shown only by the books of the company the stamps shall bookjs; and lio placed upon such where tho change of ownership Is !) transfer certificate tho stamp shall be placed upon the certificate and 1n caj.es of an agreement to sell or where tho transfer is by delivery of the certificate assigned in blank there shall be mado and delivered bz the seller to the buyer a bill of of such sale, to which the btamp shall bo affixed; and every bill of memorandum of salo or agreement to sell before mentioned shall aIiow the dute, thereof, the name of the seller, the amount of tho sale, and the matter of tho thing to which It refers. Any person or persons liable to pay the tux as herein provided, or anyone who acts In the matter agont or broker for such person or persons, who shall make any such wile, deliver any such stock, or evidence of tho salo of any such stock or bill of memorandum thereof, as herein required, without having the proper stumps affixed thereto, with Intent to evado tho foregoing provisions shall be deemed guilty of a inlsdcanor, und upon conviction there of shall pay a flno of not exceeding $ 1,000, or bo Imprisoned not more than six months or both, at the of tho court. Upon each sale, agreement of sale, or ugroomont to sell, any products or inorchaiulls at any exshange, or board of trade, or othor similar place, either for present or future delivery, for each $100 in value of said sale or ugreement of salo or agreement to sell ono cent; Provided on every sale or agreoment of agreement to sell as uforcsald, there shall be made und dollvered by the seller to the buyer, a bill of memorandum, agreement or other evidence of such sale, agreement of salo, or agreement to sell, to which there shall be affixed a lawful stamp o rstamps In value oniml to the amount of tax on such , ule. And every such bill, memoran-,tfm. or every evidence of sale or agrcemtn to Bell shall show the date' "Nt- mem-orandn-- of mem-ornndt.- ni Another Murder Mystery York. in New to-da- Gn-er- Pike-Letch- er New York, Nov. 25. The assassination of Bnrnet Ban", characterized by Coroner Felnberg as the culmination of the greatest conspiracy since the murder of Herman Rosenthal, placed a real murder mystery in the central office today for solution. Clews pointed many ways. The authorities declared that the mystery had so many ramifications that it took on the aspects of a Chinese puzzle. o independ.The victim, a ent poultry dealer, was lured to Ilia death by a decoy message given him at 6 o'clock last night by a young man who entered his place of business In Washington market. Two shots, fired In the street, killed him. Two men departed away to an automobile and made off. The car had not been located nor the men Identiwell-to-d- fied this afternoon. to-da- "b dls-oretl- Going over Baft's past life in a uest for clews, detectives learned that he had been threatened many times ditional veterinarians. Commission- with violent death since he had testier Newman, has arranged for these fied for the State in a trial that sent men to 'begin work today. It is members of New York City's poultry expected that a block of counties ,in trust to prison several years ago. rvcmuunj' .lfl uc ciiiuuiMtucsieiii T......t... win V nllm1Hn'fVIn the relentless campaign waged ed from the quarantined area in the Ly his enemies, fires had been lightsame manner. ed, bombs exploded, his horses poisNlnptppn nnw ensps of the hoof oned, his sou attacked and his f n and mouth infection were found yes stores robbed. , terday In Hardin county, and the aniOne of his neighbors was killed mals will be destroyed today. Sus- by a gunman. In mistake, it was bepicious cases have developed near lieved, for Baff. Baff himself had Glasgow, in Barren county, and Dr. been scarred for life by an assault S. L. Bond, head of the local office, made on him by a thug armed with United States Bureau of Animal In- a bottle. dustry, will go to the scene The police worked on the theory leaving subordinates in charge of the that Baff had four sets of active endlninfectlon work'at Bourbon Yards, emies. One of these consisted of A those he made while warring against which he has been directing. large number of animals are Includ- the poultry trust; another of memed in the suspicious herds. bers of the gang that robbed his The new cases reported last night Harlem market, five of whom were by Dr. Thomas M. Owen, In charge sent to Sing Sing; a third grew out of the Federal eradication work In of his differences with certain wholeKentucky, are In the vicinity of Vine sale dealers, who charged Ban! had Grove, Hardin county, where other tricked them by selling poultry at infection has been found. Fourteen wholesale and then underselling them head were discovered on the farm of to retailers. J. H. Huff and five on,the farm of W. The fourth was of more recent E. Vessels, father of Bryant Vessels, origin. Not long ago a number of who owned stock already condemned fowls shipped to New York for other and destroyed. The nineteen ani- dealers were seized and .condemned mals will be slaughtered and burled because it was charged' their crops today under the supervision of Dr. had been filled with gravel to add to Owen. their weight. As a result of this a.' Dr. Owen and Commissioner New- numbed of men were thrown out oC; man Jbeljeve Larue county will escape work. They are said to have blamquarantine measures, as the suspi- ed Baff. cious cases reported there have not . been proved.. Inspectors who visit- Frustrate Plot Hatched in United ed farms in the county yesterday reStates. ported that they did not believe the London, Ont., Nov, 24. The local disease prevalent. police asserted today that by the arLack of Inspectors in both the Fedrest of three Turks last Thursday eral and State, service, the regular they had frustrated an attempt forces being occupied in tracing and uisht to assasslnato Maj. Gen. Sam Hughes, locating Infections, Mr. Newman said Minister of Militia and Defense. Tho last night, had made it impossible so claim that letters found far to turn attention to the matter authorities prisoners establishing the nonexistence of in the possession of the of and interpreted by Government secthe disease In any county and that it ret service Indicated clearly that an had been decided the best plan would attempt was to have been made on be for the counties to designate men life of Gen. Hughes upon his arto carry on such work. The five in- the In this city tomorrow. spectors designated yesterday have rival One of the letters, the police assert been ordered to report to Mr. New- Lbears a Dettoit postmark on the en man tonight, after which they will velope and urges the Turks "to do report to supervising Federal Inspecduty" and not to be afraid of tors in five countries, the names of their "meeting the man they had been inMr. Newman did not make which structed to kill." The same letter public. contained information about a man believe," said Mr. Newman, "I referred to as "one of Canada's big- "that the same plan may be followed gost military men," who was coming in Western Kentucky and hope tho to this city. counties in that district will take acDetails of tho plot charged by the Movement of the large number tion. police were first obtained, they asof fat beeves is an important item to serted, in Detroit. the cattle owners of the State and If the territory where these cattle await Licensed to Marry. shipment is unaffected I do not' tee Obert Chapman, Hartford, Route any reason why some modification of quarantine may not be made. 4, to Geneva Bishop, McHenry. the Eulls Austin. Narrows, to Nancy Where the present work Involves the ' and disposition of Infected Condor, Narrows. location Gilbert Phelps, Cromwell, to Reanimals, the new plan will embrace the establishment of proof that the becca Evans, Cromwell. John W. Blanchard, Render, to disease does not exist in the localities such is the case." Mr. New Nevada Williams, Ceatertown. where ?X.... cha-ln-o- to-da- y, one form or another are bound to jfrom I15.2C to $30 an acre In about I IMPORTANT LIQUOR tell In their progeny. This Is not 15 instances, while land 10 miles ' looking at things through any dark from town increased on an nvcrpge, ' DECISION IS GIVEN In 10 cases, $1C..T.! an acre. Glasses, hut thcso arc the actual con WAR dltlons which confront the medical ON In Franklin county, New York, , man and the anthropologist In the wncro is4 miles or road were mini, .. .1 physical welfare of humanity. r.11.. nlnnA ii laiiti nmtxiai -- . i.tu- - a (il inuvvs May Legally Ship Goods Into (low showed an Incrcaso of 2 7.S per ' "It seems to me that when the fiJ 311 of War Seen nal accounting of human damge Is cent nftcr the Improved roads wero Dry mado after this war Is ended there built, while In Lee county, Virginia, will he no victors among the nations On All. which built 81 miles of road, laud And a few such only sufferers. slmlliirly advanced. 25 per cent. wars would mean the suicide, physl-- j It was further shown that good of cal, Intellectual, and finally, doubt.Admiral Beatty Yourgest roads greatly increased the attendFrankfort, Ky Nov. 18. The less, also political nnd economic, of law prepared by the agents of the ance at school, which Is another very Married Amerioven the strongest military nation." n League and. enacted by strong argument for road building. . The construction of tho hond-bul1914 General Assembly has lifted the can Girl. Despondency Duo to Indigestion. .... -. highways In scvral of the counties ..- .it i.. ' "" t uku."i .veniucKjueai herein mentioned has been of decided It Is not at all surprising that per- - " rj territory liquor "P " sons who have indigestion become i"8 ' benefit to school attendance. In Spot Kurope of tlio future, no mat-t- t discouraged and despondent, Here intended lur l"u pursunai use ot sylvania county i J '"... school replaces one consolidated I ipi)ii which side victory rests, are a few words of hope and cheer!1'"; three U,,WCI leal men mid scientists, will for them by Mrs. Blanche Bowers. jol,tot tho 8tnlc havo schools, and unothcr consolidated '"' Hnitti tin; devastating hand of phys Indiana, Pa. "For years my digestion The Court of Appeals In an opln- - school Is planned. In Dinwiddle coun...... t m.,i.i nniv 4 t ical Might. Children with crippled ty school atendancc Increased 17',i 4 ' J"'ls Miller decided this tan weak bodies and unbalanced .h htegt food8. - trle(, cvery tllB day In the case of thcAdams txprcss per cent In ono year on the Improved will fill the cradles of every i , t rcef, but not heard of'to 4 in in , saw Company against the Crigler & Crlg- - roads, and several school wagons car nn. now at war. offspring of theluntI, about a vear ag0 when 4 rying 24 pupils each have been put j 4 jih ii made unlit lor parentuso by the Chamberlain's Tablets advertised nnd lor Company, appealed from the Ken In 4 service. In Lee county school at ton Circuit Coirt, notwithstanding 4 rJiois of the great conflict. 4 ?ot a bottle of them, did I find the the contenlon of Attorney General tendance along the Improved roads 4 Alex llrdlicka.of Washington, right treatment. I soon began to Im3r. average of 4 cent who was permitted to ar- shows jr..)r of tlio National Museum and prove, and since taking a few bottles Oarnett, the side of the appellant,- agnlnst an per cent along 71 per roads. 4 fi2 other gue on 4 itfUX-- anthropologist. Is one of the 4 of them my digestion is fine." For that the law was Intended not to In Wise county, Virginia, several sue-- , 4 who has studied the effect of sale by All Dealers. 4 have J (repeal the prohibitory act of 190G, ccssful school consolidations ZZr.tyH? conflict upon the children 4 been effected since 1909. The Pole i strengthen it with reference 4 yil to - born. To him the present How KrocTraile Has Helped Her-- 1 but ,0 vt 4 Bridge school In this county on the to me law. 4 war presents a vastly different aspect II ill 11 4 the history road from Coburn to Wise replaces 4 wli reg&rd to future generations The bitter fruits of Great Brit-- 1 of Mr- - Oarnett reviewedsaid that four one-rooschools. Farm and1 4 the legislation. He i'tB-- o any conflict has ever presented for policy have aln's Free-Tra4 Ranch. 4 iwfore. rears past been tasted In the ' er tlle ,act J 190c transportation of Cit.of mull of science first began shape of constantly Increasing pov- - j l"or nto dry territory, except In n in study tlio effect of wars upon the erty and. pauperism. Twelve per tl,e c,ase of was Person carry ng his . nrohlblted:' but tlm iuir.aTi raws It has been admitted cent of tlie population oi.... uimeu lawn FOR FLETCHER'S '" uie this",law d d not !co"rt "J'1 '" physical thsil whenever the best Kingdom is In need of some form of I act o of ii nation went to war to be public relief or private charity. But i undor ress sh pments of liquor 4 physical manhood of rltrroyftd the to has a far heavier... sin .... from out of Sheriff's Sale. . the state Into dry tcrrl- thai aatlnn suffered. Then it was ,. ,. ,, answer tor mat oi turnisuing hum . Persuant to an order Issued from that for every man killed or money that has enabled Germany to the Ohio Circuit Court In the suit of n nse; because the act fbtartrvKtmntlcd four died of disease. carry on the most terrible war In huAlvin Kowc, assignee, vs. J. II. Mad- As warfare approached its present man history. Sir Guilford Moles-wort- makes unlawful lntl interstate ship- dox and J. K. I have recently purchaswl from A. C. Yoiser his recording Maddox. defendants. ments intended for an unlawful purXDD.Vr.ru character the number of an eminent authority on econthe plaintiff was awarded judgment Agencies for the following Firt' Insurance Comjianics: Continental, wounded in each engage- omics, has pointed out this grim fact pose. He said that after this decision iii!.il and for the sum of $1.02S.30 with Inter- - ' Hartford, Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes ment increased, while the number In a speech delivSred September 2S the sesion of 191-- enacted the pres-- ! est at G per cent from the 19th day 1 the business writ'en in all the towns and villages in Ohio roimtv 5 ent law, and he ask the court to causes died from natural wti at a public meeting at Bexley Heath These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to 1 Ariy physicians say that to promote recruiting In the British give such a construction to the latter of July 1910. andr tho further sum f m' ,IC,1U" ac as would harmonize it with the ht'ar from nyo" '' of Insurance. Respectfully. tJ.E. percentage of mortality from army. J On that occasion Sir Guilford ties, will offer for on Monday, existing law. Trinjiids In the present conflict Is . said: Dec. 7, 1914 at the court house door I J The Crigler&Crlgler Company se- JIfcvly to be far less than It has been Again, thirteen years ago. In a se nnrpr! nn Inlnnpftnn tn tlin Tfnntnn in Hartford. Ky.. between the hours m ,!liu wars of the past. . -- . rles of letters published In St James ,r, rcuU Coun tho Auams of 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. at public outiTJnS.v n Titho or the Toll. Gazette. I repeated this warning and apfeH Company t0 acccpt e ht cry, the following described property T T.ut the scientists both medical showed how the Germans fn our of wh,Bk consigne(, to R Mt situated in Ohio County and describand anthropologists add to onles enjoyed greater privileges than KlcKee at wminm8burg wi.itlev ed as follows: talt:nwnt their belief that the loss n.. Mtr i.tintnnTa n ,, r. ..r.pk iiiDPanv county, which Is dry territory. It J'.cginnliig at a comer of Rockport nrihoinen killed In the war will not enabled to capture our trade. We under the act of 190G dealers Ii, urai instate Company s lot No 1, dealer or agent in J.tnict from tho physical welfare of were then purchasing from foreign BdJolnlng 8tates coul(1 shlp liquor block .1. North with street CO feet: 7 city and vicinity to ,,.. pmmP!, ,n Kpfl.-v- v. ui.iin thence West w ith Itlce's line 132 Whi5u'b fuure sons nations produce to the value of about ... ....W sell .vinrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe jwji 2; much as will the men who reUtf.000.000 a year (much of It from Kclltucl:y deaIers wero prolilliitetl fect to Walnut street; thence with Motors, which are advertised in all reputable tvn. imwounded from the field, be-r- Germany), almost all of which we from doing so, and that the act of Walnut street GO fee; thence East magazines of the world. This advertising war is no longer primarily an might as well have produced at home 1914 simply gave Kentucky dealers with Rockport Real Estate Comcampaign reaches thousands who have use ajmihilator of life, so far as the or in our own colonies, with the ad- the same right enjoyed by dealers pany's line 132 feet to the beginning. for portable and detachable rowboat of science is concerned, but vantage of giving employment to ur elsewhere. being same property sold by and motors, but who would hve no use for launches on mattercr of nervous constitutions, own people. a account of tick of time and no summer homes. Vte The Court of appeals affirmed the Maddox & Park at a Master Compromptly for particulars aj to how representatives are a orator of neurasthenic wrecks, The aggressive war by which Ger- judgement and said: 'The act of 190f. missioner's sale of the Ohio Circuit with anj protected. Begin operations at Vatfd mentalities and sapped vi- - many is devastating Europe could prohibited all shipments of' liquor Court, which sale was confirmed by once so 03 to abtain the full benefit of tho season. "fi(Jt"C. not have been carried out had. it not into local option territory, while the an order of the Ohio Circuit Court, I EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY Vie men who work the great been for two fatal mistakes of Great act of 1914 permits such shipments and deed to purchasers at the Octo292 Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN x'WV Kims nnd field rifles, they say. Britain: First, in furnishing Ger- under the condition therein prescrib- ber term, 1914, In the suit of A. D. iwj never be touched by bullet or many with the funds necessary to ed, and expressly repeals all laws Park, &c against C. M. Harnett &n. and yet each time that the prosecute It: and secondly. In disre- inconsistent therewith. It Is clear but which deed has not been record&v rtsj .;uii Is fired It sends a crash-i- garding tho persistent warnings that that both laws can not be enforced ed. to buy bacon, butter; Mssr upon the nerve centers of our army has been insufficient to Levied upon the one-hal- f WOMEN undivid flour, meal. eggs. corn, hay, syrup, The act of 1914 makes Intrastate ien who work It until it Is now meet tho crisis of n European war. shipments for personal use lawful." ed interest in the above tract of land fruits, that should concern us more. The most economical, cleansing and :mi uncommon thing for those crews With regard to the first mistake, The act of 1914 makes it unlawful as the property of J. E. Maddox, or germicidal or all antiseptics U fo Mflk from nervous exhaustion at Mr. Lloyd George has rightly Inti- to ship into or receive consignments so much thereof as will satisfy the With all of the necessary food and feed croi3 raised on the farm and tfhrir posts. mated that the "sliver bullet," in of liquor not intended for the per- above debt, interest and cost. a few bales of cotton at seven cents U i!a rank and file of the march-fwi- j; other words fluanclal support. Is S. O. KEOWN, S. O. C, the sonal use of consigncss or for media pound; a few chickens and turIrwjps each man near whom a most important factor in warfare, cinal scientific or sacramental purkeys for sale; a few pounds of but d:U bursts will suffer from the and for many years we have been poses, and requires the carrier to .Markets at Home. ter and a few dozen eggs per week; A soluble AntkeDtic Powder to regard-J5i- s; u:;il abnormal causes, supplying Germany with millions of properly labeled, showing their conIn our desperation to reduce the a few f.ii hogs and a beet steer or two be dissolved in water AS needed. of whether he Is actually wound--.- t "silver bullets." tents, and that records are kept cotton acreage next year we must not to murker there ii a competence and As a medicinal antiseptic for douchro tit not; aud no man who endures years past we have been de- showing tho names and addresses of decide upon some other one crop be- contentment For in treating catarrh, inflammation or ihn cspoauro of the trenches, the luged with warnings against the fool- consignor and consignee and the cause our neighbor has been eminIntelligent diversification means ulceration of nose, throat, and that and rigors ot the campaign, ish policy of recklessly purchasing purpose for which the liquor Is to be ently successful with it. His success the production of plenty to eat. feed caused by femlnlno Ills It has no equal. the terrible suspense of watching and abroad much that we ought to have used. may be due to the fact that most ev- for the stock and enough For ten years th Lydla E. Pinkhum salable trail i.B, can survive without paying produced at home. In. a pamphlet "The conclusion can not be avoid erybody else grew cotton, leaving him products of the various kinds to fur MedlclnoCo.has recommen2d Paxtlno t ifar jprira lii physical and mental In tholr prlvato correspondence with published twenty-nin- e years ago, ad- ed," said the court, "that in passing an open market for his specialty nish cash needed for the things that women, which proves Its superiority. in- verting to this policy, I said: As an example of tho poular no- - can not be produced. the act of the 1914 Legislature Women who havo boen cured say Tlio Survivors Mut Pay. "It has, 'with Inconceivable folly, tended to and did place the dealers tlon, suppose wo plant peanuts In So long as our markets are unde- It is "worth its weight la gold." At 01' the '.soldier who, enduring the been impoverishing us, while furnishwithin the State upon precisely the stead of cotton. The peanut is one veloped wo should avoid raising a drugglsta. POc. largo box, or by mall. -Ikoih of campaign, escapes injury ing our armies with the sinews of same footing as tho foreign dealer." of our surest crops and at prices now crop with which to buy our necessi- Tho Paston. Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. being paid for the limited quantity ties. We aro an agricultural ttxun JDtillet or steel, returns to his war, to be used against us." people. Remarkable Cure of Croup. . itcnw physically and mentally unfit For years past Protected German offered Is more profitable than cot. with few urban centers and A) manufac"Last winter when my little boy ton. But If every other man grew pea- tories or says: Industry has been fattening at the flidllckti minor importance. The TheThrice-a-Wee- k Edition croup I got him a bottle ot nuts before wo develop tho limited "tl in such as these upon wlioin expense of free-trad- e Great Britain. had safest kind or farming Is diversificatlup ?a! burden of the war Is fal- - German products have constantly Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I market, the country would bo in a tion In which foods and feed aro proOf The New York World iiiv, upon the hundreds of thousands undersold British Industry In tho honestly believe It saved his life." worse condition than It is for tho duced and much of them consumed writes Mrs. J. B. Cook, Indiana, Pa. ono crop, cotton. f .jiiuuu buings, the millions who British home market and also In the on tho farm. Memphis Appeal. & Cowpeas usually sell for from $2 auOi.i .untold exposure and privation, British colonial markets. Now the "It cut the phlegm and relieved his . Piattlcally a Dally at The Price of a v!- -. iin frightful bliocks of modern submarines, the big guns and the col,8hnB spells. I am most grateful to $3 a bushel, largely because few Kuriii For Sale. Weekly. .l( other Nevv.spapi-- r 2idoivos aud become wrecks In con- - submerged mines which Germany has for w,mt tllls rcmed' ,,a8 dol,c for lariuiTH nuve a surplus or peas. The 130 Acr3 on Hartford and Rockpor Far less terrible than this, supplied herself, paid for with Brit- - h,ra'" For sale by aU dcaIcr8' majority of armers raise cotton for rfa(i. i 1.2 mil, In the World (Jives m Much .. iini!.,iw.. - " ... Cnllb . loin the standpoint of the anthrop- - Ish money, are being used against on.- O...I fnil. n......nl. UUWIMJUH a mr 2 mill's from Rockport. Schoolhouso unit mn UIUJUKU at m Low a Price. Ji!,"(l Mll,es by KomIh. ?nj;i?a. is the man who Is mercifully Great Britain with dreadful effect. their own use. But with our limited on Wgo of farm aind church near. hilKd hy u bullet. Ills suffering Is while the British cost- of num.... !...' 01co ol roilus' unueu market for peas, it would take very Thrco V,1 road3 pass dwelling housu .soon ;md uo toll Is demanded of own army and navy in t"a"0 field States Department of Agriculture, little acreage to produce more than which Tho year IK 14 has been the moat the is on Hartford It. F. D. No. children. amounts to $2,000,000 a day. Thus gives some striking examples of in- could be sold at profitable prices. Most of land perfectly levol. Any extraordinary in tho history of mod"3ito the war there ure being sent. another item of monster size is charg- creased laud values as a result of imTho cotton market, as much as wo on desiring to purchase- - farm will do ern times. It has witnessed the outproving tho public roads. It is shown complain of tho waste and uneconomr'.7hnmi, If., 000,000 men. at least ed against tho account of that tho value ot farm lands Increas- ic methods of handling the staple, Is woll to investlgatw. Prlco reasona.-bl- break of tho great European war, of whom represent the best n"liiiJf Apply for further Information a ed considerably because of tho road, better developed than the markets fn t'hr physical lino which the struggle so titanic that It makes to BARNETT & SON, AgBiitB. An Active Liver Means Health. proving the economy of keeping up many other crops. have. Out of the war. nations all others look small. If you want good health, a clear the roads by taxation. Tlio examples rf it l to last at tho prcsut rate of Intellgent diversification requires You live In momentous times, and for good that as many of tho products for vuti'ore even for us much us nine complexion and freedom from Diz- cited speak eloquently you should not miss any of tho tremonths or a year, tlioro will come ziness, Constipation. homo use bo produced as can bo raisBiliousness, roads: mendous events that nro occurring. ivii;n postbly four-fifthsurvivors, Headaches aud Indigestion, tako Dr. Manatee county, Florida, built C4 ed profitably and that livestock bo No other newspaper will Inform you how King's Life Pills. They drive out miles of macadam aud shell road. kept to consume tho surplus hay, kit ;iuumg those 'four-fifth- s !i'u) vj ill be wrecked In their phy-s- ir fermenting and undigested foods, From 1911 to 1912 land on the road. grain, silage, etc., raised on tho farm. with tho promptness and cheapness n't i.iil nu'iital power? 'These will clear tho Blood and euro Constipaincreased In value $20 per acre and Animals and animal products, such of tho Thrlce-a-Weoedition of tho h. i)i irmy of tho chronic invalids, tion. Only 25c. at your druggist. land a mllo away from tho road as milk, butter, cream, beef, pork, Now York World. Moreover, a year's ,'hr r tinimatics, the ueurastheiiics, showed an Increase of $10 per acre. mutton, wool, poultry, eggs etc., t subscription to It will tako you far Six IVr Cent Loans i.l hiitableti, and tho men suffering Spotsylvania county, Virginia, Im- seem to offer far greater Inducement Into our next Presidential campaign. ALLEN "XT' $805 Obtainable on Farm, Ranch or City proved 41 miles of road, and land than crops for snlo. emu incurable ailments of the The Thrlco-A-Wce- k And by raising reguWi: WANT a DKAI.Ktl in each tract. Theuo men alone will Property. To improve, Purchase or which formerly sold on an average of and feeding animals the fertility I'kwi In Southern Oliln, adjacent territory In f lar subscription prlco World's Is only $1.00 V1r4l1.l1, Southern Jndljnj and entire State i', stintulitutu a much greater loss, vital Remove Incumbrance; Liberal Op- $21.74 changed hands within three constituents ' of the soil aro lu'i.tuily to take on our line ot Lb)WlS, AIJ.UN per year, and this pays for 156 paJii'l Min'Z luloinoliilei. .ami oeoaomlcal, than ull of tho ones tions; C years before making pay- yoars at an average of $44.74 per Our car 6KLI, cowl pers. Wo offer this unequaled news- jlUfy the owiiiTi, and you make MONI.Y. trm.i ment on principal, etc. For tho prop- acre. Mlltil. Tho fact that cotton Is selling .175 ups a Uo one at l93v TliU U a good chance paper and "Dut tho Injury does not stop osition address: Assets Dept., at 1410 In Dinwiddle county, Virginia, around seven cents Is not alarming, for an t.tiblUhed Auto Holler to take on a TIIK IIAR'fPORD REPUBLICAN r 'or ilium.. Thcso hundreds ot thousands Busch Bids., Dallas, Tex.; or 422-42- 3 whero 12G miles ot road wero built, nor is it necessarily an Indication of ,iVi'l!!!nBi.Tnoa ZU'oert" ww. backing a live little money and to tret Into first clau tiiUneM.' Wrltu partial wrecks will marry In most First National Bank Building, land betweeu G and 10 miles from Pe unprofitable farming; it Is the fact Jiulck. a for particular to Iho Factory ltcnrcunu. together for one year for $1.05. The regular subscription price of, r MOTOUS distances, and their weaknesses in Denver, Colo. IS. tersburg advanced on an average that seven-cecotton must be used I MnlU St., Clntlnnitl, Ohio. COMPANY,' . the two papers Is fa;oo. T SIDELIGHTS THE ' 1 .... Effect Brt-Admiral- s Anti-Saloo- j ... tt .. THE TRUTH! The world will be grabNow is your -- bing for food. ver ''. i chance. We have the right one-roo- m ' tools the John Deere line I to-?;- .,! of I pie cuts. t ! i ts I I 1m- eiD-Kciiy- Williams & Miller BEAVER DAM, KY. INSURANCE un-ma- de ... ,,..., , ebb-Kcny- f dis-Koir- P" Children Cry C A3TO R A t NEW AGENCY! Webb-Kcnyo- h, f t C' T I "l I t E. E. BIRKHEAT) HoriL xmaiixutu, My.4 lf? B itn 40444444444444444444'44444444444444444'y i th ,.. WANTED,; , n', , I nnL K SPECIAL TO -- un-ui- al ir. I - "u-rease- f, ""c 4- o. s, Dealers Wanted k il moncy-nukin- i!l-- nt tho dfectlvo state of the Inw. Every pariah wns bound to repair the highways passing through It. The peasansurpassed. x FOR HOLLANDERS try were forced to glvo their gratuiHELP TO RUSSIA (!uot dc Ilnisnienu, a French tous labor six days In the year. If 'engineer, director in n factory turn ing out calcium carbide, has prothis was not sufficient hired labor was employed, and the expense was duced larger diamonds by electricity, Re-suit mot by The Country tho parochial rate." Prospers Under and Hire Is reason to believe that Arc In Difficult Position as i In a ery considerable portion of they can be made still larger. Metis-inn- 's of War and ComplicaThe Dry Kentucky bad roads reflect the plan diamonds were of road making which wns n fall of nn inch in dlnmetcr and ills tions Numerous. Rule. process was fo costly that It wns tiro In England more thnn 200 years ago. Those sections nro In oomu res- Impossible to develop the system with profit, llolsmeiiu's diamonds are one The Hneue, Via London, Nov. 19. DOCts Verv lll:t rnrnl Kiiplnnil In l'"tronrnl, Russia, Nov. 10. eighth of an Inch and grow at the Holland's difficult position us a re- the Seventeenth century. Tliey will There is prohibition in Itussla to- rate of one hundredth of an Inch sult of the European war Is shown by not be brouht up to date without day; prohibition which mentis that an hour, consequently If the electri 0110 week's report from the coast and ffnnd rnniln nnil tlinv will lint un. n eW FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN good roads unless the State-- ! not a drop of vodka, whisky, brandy, cal process Is kept up long enough frontiers. Along the coast eighty cure nlil plan Is put in State wide opera- it should be possible to produce a mines of French, Herman und EngAH Pictures of Kentucky' Governor ;in or any other strong liquor Is diamond as large as 11 pigeon's egg. lish make have coino upon shore j Hon. At present the farmers of the From the foundation of th State to tho proit nt ) lime Tho only completo collection In cxl.tenco ( olitniiiHlilc from one end to the other counties without Kolsiuenu discovered lit tho course und exploding caused the death of "rural" countries Pictures of nil Presidents of tlie United States, from of a territory populated by ir.0,000, of bis worl. that the fused carbide nine persons nnd the wounding of centers of population other than to Wilson. Ian ( ull MUons In colore. 1 lie cry al those supported by the surrounding latot Kentucky Mapsliowlnc Coimtlw.towrH.rallrooils.Con-grrs.lon- ami could be decomposed by electricity five. 000 people nnd covering h district , nu. Latct KentucLv ( cnn. I' till nre exnnd hu began to experiment along comr!cteni.iioftlieUnltcUlatcs. 1 ullanUcomtilcteniapofll, Over one hundred bodies, presum ugrluultuural community v.ff the habitable globe. fC,ri3, uorlil. In the Historical Kent licks' fletcli Is tivtntl.c political this line. Ills first success was in ably of British sailors from sunken pected to build tho roads, with tho statistics from tlicfounilitinn of tho Mate tothcpicentllme. The story of how strong drink 1908. He fed fragments All St.teOllv.iJ5. KsecutlveOciortment. All It : of carbide warships, have been washed ashore labor of their hands und that of Departments of the Mate Government nltli the lieadinf each Iiiih been utterly banished from tho Department and t ic their teams, or by the payment of force with their sahries. Various W Into the furnace slowly, gradually und hurried with military honors. Kentucky Bmrdinnd CtiirMuith tlicirfctaff with officer and HiisRliin umpire was related to the withdrawing the electrodes. At the Along the southern frontier nenr- - taxes, they nre expected to build mlaric. Political tVminlttfcs and Organisations of thf Press by Mlili.ii'l it.Uc. Kentucky Unite I bm Senator. Kentucky Lnlcf end of four hours the crucible con- ly 200 Belgians who had been hiding nnd maintain roads for general ser ,utlrc". breakers of the Kentucky Home. Conercssloral Tehellaheff, the m. in direct- tained Di'trirts. K ilrrnd Commiisioa rs. icnatorial Uit'.rlctj. about six puundR of melted from the Germans surrendered to the vice. Because they do not the values ly responsible Counties of Kentucky, when made and from what Counties. for pultii!K cu end carbide. An Intense of their farms are kept much bewas then Dutch army. RI.1 --, AU cf tho Vital Statistics of Kentucky. y to Russia's great vice, the vodka maintained for the current hours. tier in civilianThey crossed the fron- low what the figures would be if next two clothes and then put habit. This unique anti valuable Atlas U free was broken and the on their uniforms which they carried improved highways traversed the ruThen the circuit to nil Evening' Post Mil)rriber. If not It should have been said In the ral countries. mass to cool. The solidinow a subscriber, tend $3.00 for a full liKliiiug that the word prohibition the mass allowed In Its center a fine- In bags.and claimed protection in the plan Is designed to The State-ai- d year's subscription, or $2.00 for a six fied showed Dutch International detention camps, In Russia must be taktn literally. months' subscription by mail. ly crystallized carbide and near tho suylng that otherwise they would equalize the burdens of taxation for Us use does not Imply a pnrtlally PUate undVttand. thcio tales ara by mall r negative electrode a black friable starve. Since the beginning of the roads nnd give the less wealthy OBly, and not through carrier or agant. successful attempt to curtail the con- mass like spongy carbon. Thrown In- cold weather a dozen Germans have countries an opportunity to Increase 0HR SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFER: sumption of liquor result im; in drlnk- to water, this mass gave off carbon, crossed Into Holland, surrendered their wealth by making themselves Ing in secret places, the abuse of (3.00 Daily Evening Post, one year1 dust nnd some crystals of pure car their nrms and been sent to the de accessable to travel and by reducing 91.SO Kentucky Governor's WaU Chart medical licenses and general evasion bon of the cost and eliminating; the hardexperiments tention camps. diamonds. Later Hartford Henubllcan. 1 yr - $1.0 and subterfudge. ships of freight hauling and pasdemonstrated that the size of the On November 17 an apparent damALL THREE FOR - - - $3.RI' j It does not mean that n vast carbons Increased by nearly propor- aged war baloon floating at a great senger transportation within their who consumed $1,000,000, tionately with the duration of tho height, passed over the Southern borders. 000 worth of vodka a year; whose In bis address at the good roads electrical current. Not being able to provinces and disappeared In an ordinary condition has been describ keep on meeting Wednesday afternoon Presi the current more than twel easterly dercctlon. ed by ItussiauH themselves us ranging ve hours, lloismeiiu has On November 10 a Geriuun border dent McBryde, of the Kentucky good not been from a slight degree of stimulation able to produce diamonds larger than patrol near Nieuwesbans opened fire Roads Association, called attention upward has been lifted almost in one one- - eighth plan of an inch. on Dutch frontier guards, mistaking to the fact that to a State-ai- d day from drunken Inertia to sobrieadopted 100 years ago and discontin Moissan's process was extremely them for smugglers. ' ty. complicated. The carbon was first Through trains to Germany have ued seventy five years ago, Kentucky The nation lias been compelled dissolved roads. in molten iron, He then been ubollshcd, while the trip to owes her best inter-count- y virtually overnight, to abandon its plunged the crucible Into cold water been abolished roads notably .the while the trip across Some of those uuormous day consumption of vodka, in order that the exterior layers th North Sea to England, which for Louisville and Nashville turnpike, a liiiior that is almost pure alcohol, of iron should be solidified. The inmethods of road making when merly rcquireu seven Hours, now nnd become abstemious to the ex- terior mass still in fusion was they were laid down and a long per thus takes twenty-seve- n hours. tent of letting no liquor Tass its subjected to greater pressure during iod of neglect dcu to the lability lips. the course of Its solidification. This Everybody who Is afflicted with of the poorer countries to keep theni On the day when the mobilization pressure Dolsmeuu does not consider Rheumatism in any form should by in condition. The "Old State Pike" of the Russian army began special necessary. all means keep a bottle of Sloan's between Louisville and Maysvllle policemen visited every public place Of course, t Is to be expected that Liniment on hand. The minute you has been kept up because it traverses where vodka is sold, locked up the sooner or later diamonds artificially feel pain or soreness In a joint mus. the wealthier countries. Owing to supply of the liquor, and. pMCed on In made will becoinc commercially p6s tie, bathe it With Sloan's Liniment. peculiarly unfortunate conditions Will help parents develop their sons into the shop the imperlul Real. Since slide, but the process which will Do not rub It. Sloan's penetrates al- - Jefferson county, the worst part of. road is, us- -' the manufacture nnd bale of vodka duplicate the intense heat and the tnnat tmmnilliitAlv ililit n llin ennt the Loulsvllle-Maysvllthe best type of citizens and Christian ih Bection lying within the , '( Is a government monopoly In Rus-wi- tremendous force which produces ot pain, relieving the hot. tender, ua, gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scatIt Is notjt difficult thing to enthe hardest things in nature will swooien feeling and making the part i . , T force prohibition. UUUIliy lit 11IC BIUIV7 UUb ecu iu gtr continue to be so costly that there easy and comfortable. Get a bottle tered and comes fr om the best homes fis. From the day this step was taken Is no Immediate danger of a fall In of Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of ferson the Louisville- - Maysvllle road druukness vanished In Russia. The value. Further, Ilolsmetiu and his any druggist and have it in the house has not been allowed to go to pieces. the South. Its capacity is limited, thereMr.Dunlap speaking ot the Na. r suits are seen nt once in the peas- - assistants, if they arc stilt at work, against colds, sore and swollen fore, reservations should be made early. of Highway " Association, nntry; already they are beginning arc producing war material, and tional Joints, rheumntlstn, neuralgia, sciatn different race. The marks artificially produced he is assistant derector generto look Place your son in this select gioup. of diamonds are ica and like aliments, our money which al, ended his address with the folof suffering, the pinched looks of ill- not useful to armies. back if not satisfied, but It does give boys. Write lowing appeal for attention to the im- -, ness and proper nourishment have almost instant relief. portance of the campaign which the gone from their faces. There has l! Don't Relay jreatinj; i'our Couch. meeting inaugurated: been also a remarkable change in the XI F T CV KJHL 1 1 -. The Only Way. 1V1- - 1 1 A slight cough often becomes seri eppearance of their clothing. Their "I want to leave this one thought No State-wid- e system of good with you , and it should Impress you clothes are cleaner, and both the men ous, Lungs gel congested, uroncmai roads has ever resulted from any more For catalogue and information. Box A. than any statement that could nnd women appear more nealy and Tubes fill with mucous. Your vital plan of other than a Suite-wid- e characbe made that Is: If enough counIn tier dressed. The destitute ity is reduced. You need Dr. Bell's road making. The coujity as a unit ties do not take advantage of State ter of the homes of the poor has been It soothes your Ir has always been a failure 'When the aid during the yar 1915 to show something like order replaced with i'tate as a whole Is considerred. Tic nnd thrift. In Petrograd and Moscow ritated air passages, loosens mucous campaign now In nrogress to pro-iro- that State aid is wanted It will be Jf y(m are not fam,,Iar wlth L1,,pin. V-VEImproved condi- and makes your system resist Colds. tho easiest matter In the world for the effect of these you ar(J dong yourse,f nnd Inturest in the application of a Tew enemies of good roads to repeal tions Is fairly startling. On holidays Give the Baby and children Dr. th(J pubilsher8 nn lnJustIce. the State aid law to the prob!ori in these two cities inebriates alwajs Hell's It's guaran of roads in Kentucky should niiot as before stated, your present leglslatlon, which will If you please, re- -' filled the police stations and often teed to belli them. Only 25c. at your with a hearty and general rcspotne. tard tho good road movement in Kenthey lay about on the sidewalks and Druggist. Whether the stat" is to have its tucky at least twenty years.'" oven in the strcts. Things are so difroads Improved under tho evislni; There are difference of opinion as ferent today that unattended women law depends upon the awa'kcnliif, ot to whether tho Kentucky law is as i may now pass at night through porthe various countries of their oppor- good as It might be made, in all tions of thcao cities whole it was YOU tunity. of Its provisions, but it will not be formerly dangerous even for men. The Individuals nnd organizations Improved by disuse, and there is "The Standard Fiction Magazine Minor crimes ami misdemeanors have or between advocates of good roads no behind the campaign for 300 of America" almost vanifhed. Feel right all tho time. Don't lay cfT more members of tho Jefferson Counno dlfferenc of opinion us to the has been virtually acThis mlrnclu from work for days by taking calomel ty unit of tho Kentucky l)lhlon of Stnio aid plan being essential to keeps you when pleasant Uv- - Ver-La- x NOW IM ITS 4Cth YEAH, complished by one man. Ho IsMichael Many on your feet, while reliovingyour drwib- i ,a forchilJreii.nut bwanipoi the .National high ways Association the development of a Statu wide 1). Tcliuliblielf, a peasant by birth recieve two applications fur syetein of roads. There can bo no 25 Cents a Copy (n nn I ear ,c oaier loo, uuu uusy iu iuuu. iwu t. KittKMifS'1 originally a house punter by profes33.UU a Von. tako inything else. You can't afford 1 he womrn u hns names fallow uir mtnrfr meiuiiorsiiip wherever tncy asic lor difference of opinion upon the point Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys- sion, then mayor of thet city of Sama- to nniiu.il l.ejlili bv l.ydia V.. I'lnkliam'a Vescta-lione. The Commercial Club, tho Hoard that tho poorer countries aro tlio (Tho first magazine- to originate tho it and relieves constipation. A. nat Compound. Write and ask them about it. tern ra and now a millionaire, Physically of Trade, The Ileal Estate Hoard, ural remedy, nuiurai in hsuchuum, aiiu idea of publishing a complete greater opor- having ho Is n giant standing over six feet in its effect and certain in results. It "I took your Com- Tho Huilder's ExchaHKO. The il countriesby taking the novel In each number.) advantage of tho tunlty n powerful build. vrill i won't bo long beforo Uv- - Ver-La- a: pound nnd have n fine, ' four inches, nndfifty-fiv- e Merchants nnd Manufacturers' Sf.iito-ai- tl nnmn nto tr nioninnn rninnini in "TfTr plan. Jefferson county's years old, Although ho is strong baby. " Mrs. Association, the Rotary Club, the tako Interest lies in promoting the State's A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION home. Children can Everyit freely an! he looks much younger. His moveJohn Mitchell, bottlo Ecar-antee- d. v with perfect safety. Engineers and Architects' Club, nnd development. The problem In this display the energy of youth w-ments N. V. 60c and ?1 in bottles. IConej BRINGS YOU the Louisville Automohllo Club are country will be but little affected and sena his eyes are animated, and his black ftmmMisr if . i "Lydia E. Pinhham'5 represented In tho movement. The by tho addition of a trifling amount, 12 Great Complete Novels. iti snort genuine without the likenesssates ojr tV turootij. jw urigsuy. ror hair Is not tinged by gruy. Vegetablo Compound is a names of these bodies nre sulllcleut 50 J. H. WILLIAMS, - HarUord. JvX. CO Timely Articles. Stories. iu compliance to the sum representIn Ptrogrnd Mr. Tchellsheff is genwonderful medicine fo: "reference." That they are InterestStriking Poems. 200 Pages of Hu-- , ing tho county levy to the annual found in a luxurious suit of erally expectant mothers." ed Is sufficient proof of the Impor- road fund, by application for State mor. THE rooms in one of the best hotels. He Mis. A. M. Myers, tance of promoting Interest In tho aid. Yet Jefferson should bo tho clad In a blue blouse with joes about Mo. State-ai- d plan, which must be put leader Iu the effort to awaken tho tiMC a tasselled girdle, and baggy black Llpplncott's Is enjoying a big re" I highly recommend In general operation or go out of whole State. Courier Journal. HiiArlMsieri OF tucked into heavy boots. He breeches Thousands of vival ot popularity. , Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- existence QtlALtTr- -i orfers his visitors tea from u samovnr now readers have been addnd to Its etable Compound before Wherever thero Is a general sysfrom tho Crimea and fruit subscription list during tho past child-birt$100 Reward, $109 has done so tem of good roads It is the result it paper will bo tow months, and Its circulation 1b The much for me." Mrs. E. of a comprehensive plan. As long as pleasedreaders of this to learn that theru ts at least one NOT lle.t t'ough Medicine for Children. 1 Xvlil'l M. Doehk, R. K. 1, dreaded disease that science has been Increasing rapidly. Insmall govermontal units operato able to cure In all Us stages, and that ts SOLD "Three years ago when I was livVgyK Rtf Pa. only Is Hall's Catarrh dependently there nro good roads Cuturrh. cure now knownCure the the UNDER ing in Pittsburgh ono of my children ppbltlvo medical to I!i1SbE'1 provided the money is not wasted or fraternity. Catarrh belne a constitutional 's ANY "I took Lydia E. cold and coughed dreadhad a hard HOW TO REDUCE THE disease, requires a constitutional treatOTHER Vegetable Comis a largo taken Infully. Upon tho advice of a druggist 1 ST. pound to build up my stolen where thero property, and ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the blood ternally, actlntr directly upon amount of valuable COST OF GOOD READING NAME. I purchased a bottlo of Chamberlain's mucous surfaces ot tho system, theresystem and have tho there are bad roads In less develop- and destroying tho foundation of the disby Cough Hemedy and it benefited him y ease, and KivliiK the patient strength by dearest baby girl In tho ed sections. There is no uniformity building up the constitution and assisting for Send WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. at once. I find it tho best cough doing world." Mrs. Mosn In road making and there Is little naturesoInmuch Its work.ItsThe proprietors If on ptmliaMj tlio Ni:V 1IOMK you u.rm curative powmedicine for children because it Is faith In Imperial, Pa. hope of development for tho less havethat they offer Ono Hundred Dollarst Lippincott's "Little Book of Big hn e a life aw t n t tho pi leo ou juy, aud wrSU ers rhl&jBhjM, Blakeley, They do not object fJltW, pleasaut to take. for any case that It falls to cure. Send not luivean eudle&s chalu of rr pairs. aBBBBk.1' Bargains" for list of testimonials. "I praise tho Com- fortunate tortious of the State. to taking it," writes Mrs. Lafayette Address: F. J. CIIKNHV & CO, Toledo. O. fouught a Sold by ll DrtlKKlils TCc. Eugland and Franco pound whenever I have 1"-- "1 " lipSJ-- Tuok, Homer City, Pa. Tills remedy N'ow Edition Just Published for tho Qlialif' nclunce. It did so much long time ago the campaign for u Tk lull's Fsmlly Pills for constlpstloa. 4 contains no opium or other narcotic, Season ij'jii i aft'1 for me before my little country wide system of roads made Consxletea 'nnd may bo given to a child as conMrs. under the operations of a countrygirl was born." UPON REQUEST SENT FJtBE it is the fidently as to an adult. Sold by .all E. W. Samicrs, Rov.iea-burwide plan. Macauioy, in his history dealers. Cheapeit I W. Va. J. B.LIPPINC0TT COMPANY describes tho almost of England, 4 WASHINGTON S(MfV.;v7 PHILADELPHIA in tltc cojJ For Infants and Children, As Costly As "I tool: your Com- impussablo condition of English Artificial Diamonds country roads during and closing Ei9 Kind You Have Always Bough pound lieforo baby st I toil. to Lav: w born nnd feci I ow r" years of tho Seventeenth ccntur . "IT To Prevent Wood PoiRonlnfir The alchemy of tho chemist, i:fotoit."-Mw.V- ivi nnd says: If yon w"nitaseulni;iiiuclilue,wilti. fbr Bears tha ipply at oucc the wonderful old reliable PR who first crystallized carMolwan ono chief cause for thr badness jifiiatuio ult IliK a ANTJhlU'TH: lIl'At 1NO Oli. Sku our lull t cut ilofjo Li fore ) o.i jiualuu-llixis Winter I'jm:, bon under cnormuos pressure, nnd M (ire (hi; that ritiot I u si I lira's i I0( iie roads seems to have-- been Florida. Kcw llcnieSeviig Maclu'cB Co., 0ae,!iLcs. V 'Ill's' js taue tunc. ?,ot a liuiu.ci.t. .c v. Jl ... The thus produced diamonds which were PROHIBITION IS genuine enough hut so tiny thru they MANY had no commercial valuo hns been TROUBLES I I Vnh-InKt- on 1 one-sixt- Inclu-lM- c!?-l- Demi-trovlt- Ml pop-ntutl- UN! mm ift I MMMMM re-rig- ht I Vanderbilt Training School for j ' mam J QMM HEPl By$ m m I ELKTON, KY. le . n, I I S ! fl IVI T HlC IC1C "V RTTTTl- s n., tu i USE LI R-L AX LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Consiipaiioiu AVE en wn-n- k i - He-ta- i in Mas-uen- e, NEW Pin!:-ham- Jr HOME To-da- T- 1913-191- g, CASTOR A " r , iG&fyzMj?2ii -- -t- A; mucuv rzzxzz lous sacraflce Is not yet known. Game which Is extended through a special STORY OF seems to have been abundant enough tax. Unless we provide a fund al. with these people, Judging fro nithe though we help to pay this State tax EXAMINE OUR ' quantity of MirordltR to law at th PhucHIm of 5 cents, we can never get anybison bones found In (ho Etrd K.V., MHi.nll mnttr ot the nwuiid Ht!-ii- , CANNIBALS j cache of every cave. thing In return. Sooner or Inter, wo ClWK, Hut looking at the dim history of will be compelled to vote a bond the Toltecs of Mexico nnd Central If we nrc ever to build ronda In & Proprietor C. M. BARNETT, Editor county, and might as well get the seventh Missouri Valley Once Home America fromwe find even century of ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor Ohio 10(54, A. U., they were In the proper frame of mind to con not cannibals from choice, but that sider It. It Is not a popular thing of Man to o advocate, but It Is bound to come, j -the terrible drouths and famines of Address all communications K ,r i -- 71 1 Jl ' '4 v in m . the latter part of the eleventh cennnd It ought not make any man's Slit Hartford Republican. tnxes any greater. Under the pres Science Tells of People Who Pro- tury gave rise to the practice of huiunu sacraflccs. ent system of road working the monNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ey Is wasted without any permanent bably Came From It wan hero too, following the terrl- -' to n t tglrrtMri dwlrfnc tti imr ble famines that history draws the dilrw rouft bItc tilt? old nitilmu In mnVIni; tbr roads, nnd the same old mud holes Mexico. are to doctor every year. rrewt. curtain of oblivion over the Toltecs Dnilnfcn Lwalu nnil Notlow loo tcr line ntid r.c and Mayas. It U here they disappear prr linrtor rft h nililltlnniil The "Made In t S. A." Iliunil. from the stage of known history Ol'lraarlrx. itcu'lntloni- - ntnl I'nnl ol Thick fw Lincoln, Neb. Scientists digging It Is here that ancient records cease for general Information we print prrUsc, nont-.- In mlniim-- . tur rlcp Irw, hut othir on another "page a letter called forth j Into the ground have found remains Chsrib Notl-to record the movements of these: torch n(lTfrtii'fmtt. f' l"r lino. by an Inquiry from Everybody's Mag- - j of a wonderful people In this region, unhappy people rather thnn to say no will rclT Aisonjrmoi" foinmnnlriitliiii Long that they fled from the famine and azlne as to existing provisions of law i concerning which A. Edwin concerning the branding of Imported writes as follows the living fury of Aztec warriors, goods In such a manner as to plainly Who were the people that centuries now Just breaking over the horizon ' 12 3 i Indicate the country In which such nuo overran the great Missouri Vnl- - of history. They fled Indeed, It Is O Farnu:c' :'At'cI It will Icy, even before the modern Indian recorded, some to Central America, goods were manufactured be noticed that the first step to- appeared In America? Why did they some to Yucntan and others history FRIDAY, XOVKMIJKK 117. ward this very deslrnble result was live In carefully constructed rectang- knows not where. Those setled in j taken In 1S0O by Major William ular caves? Central American and Yusatan left Why did they devour each other? the marks of their civilization In then chairman of the Comvery thankful that It We were Where did they learn the fine art the shape of pyramids and other mittee on Ways and Means. A pro- 4 was no worse. vision Imposing this requirement was of sculpturing In soapstone with structures, the most colossal nrchl- lecture of the Western Hemisphere. Tai. Tax. Taxes! Yet. we were Incorporated In the Tariff of 1S90, crude flint Implements? McKlnlcy Tariff, and has been in Where did they learn so much as- But In a few short years they were told that when the Democrats got j every tronomy or mathematics that every oblltrated by the bloodthirsty races into power taxes would be lowered. substance and effect carried In ALL RUGS THAT LOOK ALIKE DONT 'Tariff law enacted since that time. one of their caves uncovered today is of Aztecs, who nllho the Spaniards or wiped out altogether. ' Including 'the Tariff of 1913. In found to be rectangular.lylng as truly reported them as partly civilized, WEAR ALIKE OR HOLD THEIR COLOR. WE Oregon on November 3 voted away these continuing provisions every j north and south and east and west as were in reality destroyers rather than capital punishment and Arizona lack- - country Is treated exactly alike, lie-- 1 the homes of a modern city? bullde.rs, and borrowed all their art GUARANTEE THE RUGS WE SELL. WE Did they Indeed come up from Mc.x- - and science from their gentler predecd less than a hundred votes of fall-- , suits have amply proved the wisdom t ing In line against this relic of bar- - of Major McKinley in compelling ico in the eleventh century, a peace- - cessors, the Toltecs nnd the Mnas. KNOW WHO MAKE THEM. such marking of merchandise as to loving and party cultured people, barism. Who, then, shall say that in the leave no doubt as to the country of driven forth by the famine and the general exploits following the famine, OUR STOCK OG RUGS :S NOW BIG. WE The old theory that women would its origin. McKinley's foresight is tide of fiercer and warlike Aztecs? a fragment of these scmlcultured Tolvote out the saloon If given suffrage now about to be verified by the gen- The Pea body Museum of Harvard tecs did not follow the better pasMARE THE PRICE LITTLE SO WE CAN SELL didn't work out In California. That eral adoption in our own country of University wants to know. The I'nl-th- e tures northward and finally build a j verslty of Nebraska State went wet three to one, and the brand "Made in U. S. A." wants to know. crude empire In the Missouri Valley? women oted too. THEM FAST. AND SATISFV OUR CUSTOMThe Universlt yof Nebraska, thru True, they did not build pyramids ' Optimistic Hut Resentful. Robert P. Ollder.its field nrchaeolo-I- f here, but there was no stone. Be Should all the candidates for State AGAIN AND ERS SO THEV WILL COM "we may Judge from President gist nnd the discoverer of the sunken sides, they did not survive many cen- - j offices, who have announced, or who Wilson's letter to his the, cave ruins of these people.has work- - turics In the fertulo valley before the are prospective entries, take the Held real history of this country began on ed for some years for u solution of SEND THEIR FRIENDS TO US Caddo people, a marauding tribe of an embargo would have to be laid to March 4, 1913. The president frank- the master secret held by the soil of huntsmen and warriors, plundered prevent them from spreading the ly tells us that'the past is "a bad the Missouri Valley prairies. their peaceful homes and extermin"foot and mouth disease." dream." It must grieve him that he Sent Out Investigation. ated them. squandered time writing a This year, however, the Peabody Dr. C. W. M. Poynter, professor of The Democratic party is very history of our previous failure Museum, of Harvard University.has anatomy of the university of Nebrasmuch embarrassed by the number of as a nation. Wo were assured In the . determined to learn more about this ka, employed a scientific clay model- candidates, which are springing up Mobile speech that our foreign pol-- 1 lost race. So It sent Prof. Frederick cr. Miss Myra Warner, to construct like grass hoppers, for the nomina- icy prior to that time hod been nil M. SteniH, a member of its staff, to the heads and faces of members of tion for Governor. They needn't wrong. He was charitable enough Nebraska this summer to do some the lost race In clay. This was done think, because it was easy sailing to draw specific indictments cavatlng and make a field survey ?f year, that It will be so next this iiccoru...B ,u me si... ic against all our former presidents and j the territory once overrun by these system of skull measurements, iicrninn INCORPORATBD, year. where J secretaries of state. He confined his people. Early in the summer he by the face of the individual may be to announcing the birth of ' tabllshed a general headquarters at faithfully constructed over the skull After seven months of costly "watchful waiting" at Vera Cruz.our a new giaa day in our International Omaha. All summer he has lived in or essential parts of the skull. The troops have hauled down the flag, relations and to prophesying the glo- - a tent along the rlver.and has moved facial characters produced bear out which wasn't "saluted," and sailed res of the changed condition of af- - from time to time, only as he decid-falr- s. the theory that these were a peace home. If anyone can tell us what j ed to open a new cave in another lo- able people.for the 'faces are not the But now it appears that our do- - cality. was accomplished by the sacrifice of fighting faces of the North American life, and the waste of money In the mestlc policies have been even more i During the summer he has opened Indians. occupation of Vera Cruz, we would lamentable than our foreign policies, dozens of these caves. The farther Prof. Sterns is silent, but enthuslas .. .. .. T).. t. lt.. uui iiuppnj .1 be much obliged to him. iero is uuw an enai 10- i me excavation goes tne more evidence tic in his summer's work No matter the distrust, suspicion and misun- points to a relation between this lost how Important the remains he digs demanding Mr, race and the early partly civilized up, he quietly lays they brought. A Washington dispatch says: them Into a bag Wilson waved his magic wand and races of Mexico, Central American and digs for more. He will not even "In administration circles toset business free. He destroyed the and Yucatan. day the belief was expressed wash and clean the images and relics soil of monopoly. He caused altruNo, these people are not Aztecs. until he gets back to his labratory that, with the arrival of General ism to sprout where egoism flour- That is pretty well agreed upon. Villa's forces in Mexico City, all at Harvard. While ho Is In the field ished before. He brought the clash n?tnrphfnKlnn nvpr tlin wH.,, nt Not so certain, however, are the he says. he will give his time to field --w m .' es between capital and labor to an i scientists that these people were not work. Onco back residents there would f foren at the museum end. He predicts that we shall now related to the Toltecs, Mayas or oth- - he will clean up the specimens, cata- -' end." advance together and "henceforth er Icivllized races of Southern lOK them, comoare and rlnsalfv It As this is behT2 HTJ"en the wood- c ctlll In fllcM ""'" ""w '"' a"' '"B iiuuicbi, UUl aiCXICO WHO throve before the Aztecs is then that he will go moro exhaus- .n.V ;"?r all the Interests of the country displaced them. Similarities Jn(o the study of the probable between tlVt-JOhio county tobacco gnvers j" 3 a united whole." It is nutu!?! some Toltec and Mayan relics niid relationship between this and ancient o fizi ecem inclined to encourage the that the author and finisher of our tome of the remains taken Irom the Mexican races. IU Is hinted that his efforts to bring about a delivery at present system should loop upon his, Missouri Vulley cave ruins are re- official report will bring out soiao j startling fneis. Hartford. With proper concerted work and pronounce It very good, markniiie1 A piilk soapstone head, delicately but we foar If btiu of Mr. Wilson's This people in the Misouri Valley action, this could be accomplished, jyjd t would be very much to the in girl students in bin class of political citiYGil, dug from a cave near Omaha, lived In caves rectangular and about . terest o thine who have tobacco tb economy at iiwn Mawr nail written and now in the largegie muhuiii in 20x10 feet in dimensions. How they ' uell, rather than risk an.open market 8Ucn an p"'atic essay ho would lme that city, is one of tlio most remark-o- n removed this great quantity of earth able in this rebpect. Scientists from Ih a puzzle to science. The caves the loose leaf tlooirt at Owens-- , 'var"Pl1 lu'i- against gushing. When the president revels in the tlio greatest uniu'isittes of the world proper wcro some four or fivo feet boro. marveled ut tlie delicacy of the deep. What constituted the roof maof ilofi- - following the dcpressl(& which brought work, and tli striking features of terial is not known. The candidacy ot Hon Kil. Morrow dustrlal 5 Into the clay tloor of each and tor Goernor will appeal to the Mich a ringing rebuke to his admin- - the face. d most popWr.at dots It resemble?" they overy home is dug a younger and mure Pregrebslve ele- ibtrntion from the richest, prosper-- 1 ask each succeeding scientist thai cache, in which to day are found ment in the Republican party. While ulous and normally most Is it mashed and charred bones, tho reMr. Morrow gave his support to Pres- ous sections ol' the United States, we observes it. "Is it Oriental? by mains of tho cannibal f cabin and all can but admire his confidence in the Kgyptlan?" Mexican museums ident Tai't in 1912, yet ho was known lo be In sympathy with many of the elliciency of even his new tariff. TUut their collection of Toltec and Mayan the other principle relies of value. cache In the floor beet ideas put forth by the Progres-Hlv- e his praise of that measure Is based remains of Central American and This Yucatun give muto evidence of tho extended an additional three of four Republicans, Ho is such a man on what he hoped it Would accomplish Instead of on its actual opera- posblblo answer. Kor in these mu- feet beneath the cave floor proper. as might unite and cement the party The location of an niicicjit cijve next year. Besides, he Is a inati 'of tion, we have often pointed out. Hut seums of the Southland lie hundreds faces believed to today Is detested by a slight saucer-shape- d great natural ability and has the there Is a querulous note In the sec of stone CUMBERLAND Maydepression In the sod of the best interests of the State at heart. tion of bis generally soothing letter represent the Adam of tho early ! prairie. The depression Is often from "e turilf and Its ni- as or Toltcs; and these & the State which he loves with all of tllllt COMPANY b'eneflcfarles. whom he Iden-lat- e faces aro strklngly like the little thirty to forty feet Indlometer, and INCORPORATES hil soul. He Is as eloquent as his ,0B Gli- Instead of rectangular on tho suruncle. Senator Bradley, and has tlfles Vlth monopolists of Industry pink soaphend which Robert P. face of (lie rod Is today nearly circu8 "ote ot "Itterncss der dug out of a cavo ruin in NeBOX 1111, OWENSUORO, KY. and l,ru(llt- no fcuperlor as a campaigner. -. was nut found in the president's ante- - braska, anil which is chiefly respon- lar as a result of centuries of weathMust have been some method n'eloct1on lelter to Mr- - Underwood. It sible for inspiring tho Stems ex- ering, Tlio caves have been spoken theory was Free-Trad- e. The condl- - yon to settle them ut onco and savo of as the "buffalo wallow" typo of pedition ot Peabody Museum. the mistakes made by the Kentucky .ma' be construed as a postelection Hon was Democratic hard times. His- - the extra cost by calling ut my y, sculptured head of houses. 'ctlon. Tho it was this Heretofore the president whereby tho law'.lntend- us predicted, Is repeating Itself, flee; or, If you huvo received your Irksome and laborious is tho tnsk .,,ns declined to comment on tho elec-int- o boapstone that btartled archaeologicd to prevent the shipment of liquor wo nr" confronted by the statement, you can mail 1116 acheck '. cal and technological science, and of excavating, for In all this cave , "co lnoro dry territory, was turned Into a ' t,0- - 1,ut ho lm8 evidently been dying the returns. Even his own called forth tho Peabody expedition, arena, thirty feet in diameter, the Democratic condition, produced by or money order for tho full amount permitting such shlpment.and Democratic theory. Tho McKinley I will mnll you receipt by rethe law lowering railroad fares one-- 1 8,ttto disapproved his pet measures. this Is by no means tho only evidence archaeologist never knows where to Tariff was tho remedy in 1800. Tho and turn mall. S. O. KEOWN, ' Possible that tho president, in pointing to a Mexican or Central 8Ulko to find tho lit t lo cache in the half cent ner mllo was rendered void. ' election of a Hepubllcau United 1813 Sheriff Ohio County. by a failure to add the enacting spite of tho general optimism of ills American origin of theso lost people. old cavo floor. Por the cacho Is sel- States Senator and Hepublican Conlarger than a small barrel. clause. This Is to say nothing of the letter, has concluded with Mr. Hry-t- Many burnt clay heads about one-dou man's fist, 'huve are thousands of the caves In gressmen In this State this fall will Thero A TK,VAB WOXDKH. that thcro is a large section of third as large as inlfctake made by tho Secretary of servo notice on the European manuThe Texas Wonder cures kidney an State In falling to give the required this country where dwell conspira- been found by 'Prof. Sterns and Dr. the Missouri vnlley. They aro known facturer that his exploitation of the ninety days notice for a voto on the tors against the nation's weal? Is Glider. In the gaping mouth many of at tho present time to extend, gener- American market must ceaso in 1910 bladder troubles, dissolves graveL Constitutional amendment providing, tht'ro t0 ,)0 an "cneniy's country" In them resemble the ralh gods of the ally speaking, from St. Louis to by tho application of a similar reme- cures dltbetes, weak tnd lame backs, Mexicans. Likewise do Sioux City. rheumatism, and all irregularities of for new revenue laws. Wo hope the campaign of 191C, as there was In dy. Newburgh (N. Y.) Journal. 1S9G? they resemble 'to a vast degree the Globe Democrat. the kidneys and bladder In both mtUv there is nothing in tho Frankfort Fauns For Sale. , tho many terra cotta masks and Idols and women. Hegulates bladder trou which can produce ubscul Pay Your Taxes! Large and small farms at a barbles In children .If not sold y your For Sale One good constantly plowed up in the fields minded nets. I wish to 'warn the gain. ELI WESLEY, Agt., of druggist, will send by mall on resideboard and one good, large Ward- surrounding Teotlhuacau. Atiot'her 'noteworthy point is that Cumberland 'phono. Hartford, Ky. Ohio county that according to law, ceipt ot Jf.OO. One small bottle la In another column appears an nr- - robe. Both In good condition and will (see Sec. '4143), a C per cent penal- two months' treatment, and Beldom tlcle on the road question, from the be sold at a big bargain. Ca"n bo this Missouri Valley race was a race Fiec-Traity and C per cent interest will bo falU to perfect a cure. Send for te Condition Hero Again. which is well worth amlned at Hartford, Ky., atlny moth-th- e of cannibals. Whether cannibalism "It Is a condition, not a theory, added on all taxes not paid before tlmonlnls from this and other Btates. was here practiced as means of subattention of all our county read-'er- 's residence. For price uddress, crs. It is up to the various counties sistence or merely as a means of that confronts us," said President December 1st. If you have not paid Dr. E. W. Hull, 2020 OUve Streot. St. NKV FOSTEH, J. to take advantage of tho State aid it sltftehce or merely by way of rellg- - Crover Cleveland 20 years ago. The your taxes, it would be advisable for Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. 30ty Philtpp, Miss. H trtiord Republican. HANDSOME e, Eaters. KSi LM ., ' , i ' - ' utt-ot.l.- Cvicn-Teexlasii- . JSw.CNi lift y, ! . te ' ( ' I J I . 6 son-in-la- I live-volu- ex-n- ot I ! CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky r ..I I Telephones on 1 .- (P?l Fmc t I Low S$ I Rates s If there is no telephone on your farm write tot our Free Booklet telling how you may get Service at 0 cents per month v and up. A postal will do! Address:- jug-shap- Farmers' Line DepartmentTELEPHONE bas-reli- I1 bas-reli- ef TELEGRAPH te ui m tax-paye- le ' J' WE ARE PREPARED h swwcjya I Bring your corn to W. E. Ellin, KectJ nnd Produce Man, on Wed-- . neduy and Saturday of each week mm nave u crusneu or cuoppeu into 19t4 'feed. j the I The people of the town were badly scared Friday night when the nlarm was spread that the new Methodist ciiurcii, which In almost completed. Was on fire. Tlin InioVnf -.. lirlwn.ln Cold weather finds us in fine shape to sup- - inn iu iiu iiui u riiuti mill . .. Saturday .Nov. 27 and 28. It Is tho occasion of the Farmers' Institute, .Hoys' Coin Club unri Girls' Tomato Club. --. t'api. a. i). wintu lias installed a modern gasoline lank. The body of the tank Is burled In the ground; tlio Idea Is to preserve the vim of the gnsollnc. I keep fresh con!inenf In stock, bolted or unbolted, at all tlmeti.. W. E. ELLIS, Feed and Produce Man, f9t4 Hartford, Ky. At the hour of going to" press Mr. W. O. Holbrook, who has been critically 111 for u few days was much better and Is expected to be up in a few days. I will pay 2"c per dozen, cash, for Eggs until Nov. 24, 1814. W. E. ELLIS, j b ,I ii..'. juii. .. n. . turned out i In .... t j ,. t.l-infill tlfintt t,lil "'" '"'l MV"' a low ,,lorc minutes would ,,nvc "cvu "eyond control. A flro ,,ntl "Cfcn ,,ullt " ll,o Krate In the Pastor's studv to knnn llm iilnsfnrlnw " ' ' , , ra,p ,ln'1 not " "T" " I5 1T1,C, ,u"r " ' mc V . .. V in u "inni llllll lliu liriCKS BIICI caught the wulnscontlng In tho audi- -' torluin. The floor was damaged nnd the wnlnscoating burned off for' tho space of a few feet. j i their usnnl nrnnintnr..i ,.....,., ...,.,-m, 41. n wmen u "Ul ",u Big Three Days' In Ladies" I Sale Coats Suits and Skirls Friday, Saturday and Monday. 820.00 Ladies' Coat Suit 15.00 Ladies' Coat Suit SI 2.50 Ladies' Coat Suit Si.OOniid $8 00 Skirts ! .17.4'. 1 .i :;.!'. ,10.4i ...52.08 1 Inni1 't tut I'rAil nim "1nn x FOR NAI.K. Store house and stock of goods. Housp 20x00 feet with side room 12 feet wide, f room dwelling. All new buildings and good location. Also 70 acre farm, 50 acres good rich hot- torn, good dwelling nnd barn, with fencing and repair. Will ' sell above property at a bargain. A. M. WEATHEKFOIIU, Sunnydale, Ky. I ?o.00 and $0.00 Starts $3.50 and 4.00 Skirts ...$oli 1 J I Remember, 3 Days Only, Beginning Friday, November 27. fI ply your needs in everything that tends to make the body comfortable. We want to emphasize in this issue our superior line of Men's and Boys' Hartford, Ky. heavy winter Caps. All shades, all qualities, all styles, from 25c to $2.50. Also our Raincoats and Men's heavy or medium weight Underwear. You can shop in our store .knowing that you are going to get what you want at prices as low or lower than found anywhere. Whan in need of these things think of us and remember THAT IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. -- it .ra&$ax i Hartford Republican, FRIDAY, N'OVKMDKR 27. ,u" I.IUW1IUK sch0l Shoes from w. Hub 0 Hooker Williams In Ut Centertown on business this WWk. New Orleans Molasses In barrel U. H. & K. Railroad Time Table at can be had at Acton Bros Hartford, Ky. New line loose, Canutes Just In. Monday U A N. time card effective ILER & BLACK. Aug. 21st. No. 112 North Bound due7:19 a. ni. For Cook Stov.es, Ranges and dally except Sunday. Heaters, call on Acton Bros. ses No. 114 North Bound due 2:20 p. m. Eyes fitted at dally except Sunday. J. B. TAPPAN'S, Vlewelcr & OpticN.O. 115 South Hound due SMS a. m. ian. 18t4 dally except Sunday. Befnes Frost "of Central City Mr. No. 113 South Hound due 1: 10 p. m. was In town on busness this week. dully except Sunday. Mr. Charley Wlnisattserved on tho H. E. MI6CHKE. Agt. Federal Petit Jury nt Owensboro during tlio Inst session. Work Cloves nt Hub Clothing Co. Just opened nt Moore's Meat Suits at Hub Cloth- Market a fresh barrel of Kraut. It Men's Is the good kind, too. 19t2 ing Co.' For n birfliday present" an EastWork Shoes nt Hub man Kodak Is the rage. A big lino Clothing Co. 19t4 at J. B. TAPPAN'S. Ladles' Soils and Skirts nt I!ulT Mf8 j (J Koown al)(l Mr Morton Clothing Co. .Jiavo returned home from an extend- Mince Meut iu "bulk- - SO GOOD! ( e,i to relatives In Evansvlllo. ILER & BLACK. Mr. Clinton Igjeheart, Centertown, Mr. Wayne Stevens was iu was a member of the Federal Petit Tuehday. Jury In Owensboro first of tho week. Just received u barrel "of Jumbo Mr. nnd Mrs. C. P. AustTn, of BeavACTON BROS. Pickles. er Dam. nro visiting Mr. Austin's American Wire Fenco none bet- sister, Mrs. '.. Wayne Grlllln, this ter call on U. S. Carson, Hartford. week. Judge Glenn made a tTTp'to OwensMr. J. D7 Ralph returned this week boro this week Iu tho Interest of from his rlco farm near Galveston, his candidacy for Circuit Court Texas. -- r tested-iuidglas- all-wo- ol er vt ro r$S Misses Arnold of Morgan iy. are the guests of their sister Mrs. Martin Thomas. Get Paul Woodwurd's prices on Roofing and all kinds of Building 12tf Material. For Owensboro Road Wagons, iFarm Wagons and Delivery Wagons, Bee Acton Bros. Messrs. E. E. BlrkheadTA. 13. Pate and R. T. Collins were In Owensboro Tuesday. Col. HugirMurray, of Equality, 111., came thru Hartford yesterday enrouto for Louisville. Every farmer should attend the Judge. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Burnett spent Thanksgiving at Centrnl City, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orln Wallace. Mr. Harry ifooverT'one of the enterprising Hoover Bros., came to town Sunday. He made tho trip from Central City In his now auto truck. Mr. aiurMrsTu. KTTlea'n of Dun-dcMr. nnd Mrs. Warren Illnes of Bowling Green wero tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. 1'hlpps last week. Our frlendMK" JessoSchroeter, who has been dangerously 111 of typhoid fever, is thought to be out of 4: ugor and his recovery U expected soon. Misses Verna Duke and Willye Sm.t'.h returned Wednesday from Owensboro, where they had gone to ported themselves Iu the flno art of dancing. There will bo some noted and well educated men at the Farmers' Institute next Friday and Saturday. You should go and get tho benefit of what they have to say and show to you. o, Farmers' Institute at Hartford Friday and Saturday. Do will be given. e Do not forget-thnot-mls- nVxt college the second entertainment of the Lyceum Course s IU fc Methodist Ladles' Bazaar beginning next Tuesday, nt Hartford Drug Co.'s old stand. Messrs. J. H.D." Carson and Joo C. Bennet were members of the Fed-orjury at Owensboro Tuesday. al Statu Commander M. F. Elkln, of ! IMPORTANT NOTICE the Muccabco lodge, was here Thursday night. A large class of candidates was Initiated and a light lunch was served. The Farm Agency of 'the ConHon. A." S. Bennett, of Louisville, who Is Secretary of the. Republican tinental Fire Insurance Co, of -State Central Committee, spent n Hartford, Connecticut, formerly Ilnrt-fo- r few days with his relatives in represented by A. C. Yeiser, has this week. been transferred to me. I Also All persons Indebted to "the estate of the late John W. Taylor please have the Agency for the Recordcall at Foreman's Barber Shop and ing business in the following settle, In order that his affairs may companies: Continental, Hartbe closed. BEN TAYLOR. Dealer in Light BulIUinK Material,. Can save you money on 18t4. Hartford, Ky. ford, Aetna, Phoenix, and Fidelity Cement, PlaStcrinB, Roofing i fact, everything ute ul.lcl. goes Farmers'-InstitThe nnd Boys underwriters, which includes Corn Club and Girls' Tomato Club in all will be held at Hartford Friday and the business written Saturday Nov. 27 and 28. No one towns in Ohio Connty. can afford to miss it. Conic and enThese are all old line Insurance courage this laudable enterprise. Companies. also the Arbor and Bird Day bulleMr. J. A. Hodges and Mrs. Alice LAWLESSNESS REIGNS tin issued by the State Department I will be glad to have you call Sonc, of Helschel, Ky., were the are now at my office for distribution guests of Mr. R. B. Martin and fam- on me or I will see you at your MEXICO CITY among the teachers. Please call ily first of the week. Mr. Hodges is at once OZNA SHULTS, moving to Dale, Indiana, where he home for anything in the in S. S. O. C. will mnke his future home. surance line. Looting and Disorder on Every Mr. and" Mrs. C. MBarriett left E. E. BIRKHEAD, Osteoma tb. Wednesday for Nashville, where they Dr. Claude Wilson, of Central City, Side and Battle in Progress Hartford, Ky. will spend Thanksgiving with their has opened his ofrice again in Comdaughter, Mrs. E. W. Cooper. Mr. Office Tllvne, H9. Near the Outskirts. mercial Hotel, Hartford, Ky. Office Mrs. Harnett will return londay. days, Tuesdays and Fridays each, kesidercs 'Phone, No. 41. D'lfiCtt muy stay unlii Christmas. week. Hours 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. 17tf Mr. Ben Taylor, the expert barker, Mexico City, Nov. 24. Serious disREAL ESTATE FOR SALE. ,who was formerly 'employed by Mr. orders occurred in the capital tonight mile from Hartford. when a mob gathered in front of the Foreman in his barber shop, has 133 3 acres accepted a position with Will Riley. 100 acres 3 miles from Hartford. National Palace. Fred Robertson is to go to work 75 Later they marched to stores where acres 3 miles from Hartford. again as soon as a new chair can be arms and ammunition were kept, bat125 acres 3 miles from Hartford. Installed. t tered down the doors and sacked tho All Rough river bottom land in places of their contents. There was I will exchange meal, bolted or d district. Please much shooting, 'but thus far, accordunbolted, for corn six days in the tho week. Will give meal made out of write us If you want to sell or buy ing to reports, the casualties are few. your own corn on Wednesday's and land. i W. E. ELLIS, The police were powerless, as tho Saturdays. HOLBROOK & PARKS, Agts., few who remained to guard the city Feed and Produce Man, Hartford, Ky. 9tf I carry in stock a large Hartford1, Kyi were stripped of their arms by the. 19t4 mob. line of Mr. Frank Foreman and wife, of Doe The Kuriiier Need h Better ExLater in the evening the mob, Princeton, W. Va., arrived Wednesample? During July, 1913, when tho Payne which had been constantly growing, Shot Guns, Rifles, day to visit Mr. and Mrs. L. P. "ForeTarget Guns, Mr. Protective Tariff law was in force broke up into smaller bodies and the man, the forme's parents. looting of pawnshops and other es Foreman is another of the Hartford and corn was Protected by a Tariff Ammunition, Shells, Etc, boys who have made good and arc duty of 15 cents a bushel, the Im- tabllshments in various sections of ports of corn amounted to 2,007 the city was begun. The trouble beon the road to success. During July, 1914, with gan at C o'clock In the evening, and And respectfully request you Xnias gods are coining in fast, bushels. All law In at a late hour still continued. having presents laid tho Underwood Free-Traand .folks are force, and corn on the freo list, tho street car traffic was stopped except to call and seo the largest back, which is tho proper thing to the Red Cross service, which was and best line of Shot Guns, do this year, especially as the war Imports of corn amounted to 1.74G,-27- 5 taking care of dead and wounded ' bushels. will limit many articles of our line. Rifles, Ammunition, &c ever During July, 1913, when wheat brought in from the lighting around as ever, the main place for the But brought to Hartford. was protected by a Tariff duty of 25 Tncubaya. best presents will bo at J. B. At 8 o'clock bodies of civilians and ' 19t4 cents a bushel, the imports of wheat Goods the best and pi ices former Federal soldiers were formed. The "Angler"" weighed anchor tho amounted to 4, CIS bushels, while in They paraded the principle streets the lowest. first of tho week with W. S. Tinsley, July, 1914, with wheat on tho freo nnd marched to police headuarters list, the imports of wheat amounted Dr. Pirtle, E. 0. Barrass, Allison Bar-ne- tt and tho Brazilian legation, where and John Morton (cqok) aboard. to 45,159 bushols. any wonder that, up to they wero armed. Is there They Intended to spend Thanksgiving It was hoped that this force hunting, and taking n general outing. the outbreak of the European war, eventually would bo able to control price of farm products was deDr. Plrtlo returned Wednesday In or- tho clining, ajul does the farmer need a tho situation. der to visit his father Thursday. Tho reports of unrestrained riotHARTFORD. KY. better example of tho effect Free-Trad- e Brother Gwlnn went to Beaver has on the products of the ing in the Mecan capital indicate Dam Monday to meet Master Clifford farm? Louisiana (Mo.) News. that all of the organized Constituson of Mrs. Gentle, the tional forces have loft tho clty.eltbcr Martha Gentle, who was returning TALKING ON FEED to meet tho forces of General Villa, A flood Riddance. from Louisville, accompanied by Dr. coming from tho North,- - or that of A' news Item announces the departClifford was operated on ure of Mr. and Mrs. Calllaux from General Zapata, which have been Pendleton. by Dr. Grant of the Deaconess HospiFrance. They have sailed for South threatening the capital from the tal for enlarged glands of the neck. America, where they will make their South. Tho operation was very successful future home. France should bo The mention of fighting nt Tacu-bay- a, and complete recovery will result. which Is only live miles south grateful. Tho purpose of their deA beautiful memorial servlco was parture at this particular time Is west of Mexico City, would make it held at the Methodist Sunday School not stated. It seems to bo that tho appear that the Zapata forces are virSunday morning In honor of Mrs. twain are entering Into voluntary ex- tually at the doors of the capital. General Ulanco and a force of sevJennie T. McHeiiry. Several appro ile. Iu the language of Rufus priate short talks wero made by Choate, applied to another couplo eral thousand men composed the last prominent citizens and selections equally objectionable, they have loft organized force that late reports said from her book of poems wero read "not only for cause, but peremptor- remained In Mexico City, all other armed forces having left last week. Resolutions of ily." by Miss Leila Glenn. regret and respect were adopted. The Calllauxs have played their With them went all the national, There was never a woman in Hart- parts In Paris, not parts to be regard- federal and district and city officials. ford who was mora beloved and re- ed with the least sympathy or res- It seems Ukely.judging from the re- we would like to say that the closest spected than Mrs. McHenry. pect. Frapce docs not easily forget, ports of the rioting, that General analysis of the kind we sell falls to find anything but tho best ingre The annual bazaar held by tho as many people are Inclined to be- Ulanco left with his troops to take dients. Our corn, hay, oats, etc., are will lieve. Mmo. Calllaux was acquitted part in the fighting eithor to the Ladles of the Methodist church of the very best kind procurable murder, but she did North or the South. open Tuesday, Dec. 1, continuing tho of well chopped and free from any A beautiful ar- not exclto the sympathies of a people second and third. deleterious articles. If you get tho ' . Notice To Teachers. ray of Christmas goods will bo on essentially emotional. buying your Feed here you She escaped punishments in the The Woman's Literary Club of habit of gifts both useful and or display will have healthy stock and you will Dinner and supper will courts, but neither she nor her equal- Hartford is offering a prize of flvo nameutal. be saving money. be served ceh day and dainty ly undesirable husband can escape dollars for tho most successful also lunches afternoons and evenings. A the punishment which Is Infllsted by monltght school conducted in the county. I hope more of the teachers Christmas tree for the little folks. public opinion. France, In the opinion of tho will get busy in this laudable uudcr- Plenty of home-mad- e candy. The The Produce Merchant ladles solicit your patronage, thank- American people, Is far better off HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY Copies of the Course of Stmjy and without the Calllauxs. ing everybody for past favors. Hub Clothii-i-g HARTFORD, Co., KY. M PAUL WOODWARD HARTFORD, KY. a General Contractor and Builder 'IN GUNS! GUNS! levee-protecte- . de TAP-PAN'- S. U. S.. CARSON Groceryman m W. E. ELLIS , cold-blood- - ... A (orders, would not be continued. On the second or third day after tho election wc ventured to say that the NOTED HUMORIST DEAD corner nan ueen itirncu aim times were In sight. That thought was predicated upon the fact that, even with the country , Fun-Mak.Was Lecturer and working under n tariff law which i 'lad, for months before the begin For Many ning of war, reduced customs receipts Years. whllo Increasing Imports, such a war as that in Europe must raise and force conditions putting us practiTat?adona, Cal., Nov. 19. Dr. cally back on a protective tariff basis. Robert J. Uurdcttc, preacher, author Secretary Rcdfleld really admits this and humorist died at his home here remnrknble situation In more than at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Ho had ano place In his latest contribution been 111 for the greater part of two to the literature of the subject. When fit Three Volumes ycar6 and for the Inst week hud been he says: "The payment of our foreign obligations Is not longer cause in a state of coma. This man csuiseij the lust Dr. Burdette'8 Illness became acute for serious worry, since an Import ago. Up to that lime he excess of $20,000,000 In August has general European war. ten weeks had continued his literary and Journ- been chnnged to nn export excess of His persona! memoirs, written alistic work, to which he turned after approximately $GO,000,000 In Octoby his secretary, Haron Do Blrlng up the active pastorate of ber',' he clinches the fact that, while Meneval, are full of the mot Temple Baptist church, I.os Angeles, the balance of trade was growing absorbing incidents, especially in against us under the Underwood Tarin 1900. view of the present great EuroFuneral services will he held at iff Law, working under normal conpean struggle. Presbyterian church on ditions In Europe, the rise of abnorPaeadena Just a hundred ears ago, his Sunday. bathed the Continent in a sea of mal conditions on that continent has France alone, under his leaderRobert J. Burdette began .cultl-Tatln- g suspended the operation of the Unship, fought Germany, Russia, Austria, good humor obscurely In .Peo derwood law and is now turning a Italy, and Great liritam and ivcit. ria. 111., forty years ago when lie! declining balance of trade Into a faspent part of his days at a desk on vorable one. Nothing else thnn some the Peoria Transcript "trying to abnormal condition in Europe could think," as he himself once related, have wrought such a change In such Hyspccialarranpcment with the pub"of pleasant things to tell the folks a bad situation as the monthly treaslishers of COLLIER'S, The National when I went home at night."1- His ury reports from 1913, when the UnWeekly, nc are enabled to offer a limaudience of "folks" then was Carrie derwood law became operative, up to e ited number of these sets , most of the Memoirs of Napoleon free with Garrett, the Peoria girl he had mar- and including August, 191-1a jear's subscription to Collier's ami ried a short time before, while she clearly proved. It is Impossible to this paper. Theotfer is strictly limited lay supposedly on her death bed,, avoid the conclusion that, but for to get advantage of it you must act though an in- the rising of these unforeseen condibut who lived, and, promptly. valid for life, became immortalized tions abroad, unfavorable trade balSherlock Holmes Stories by her husband as "Her Little Se- ances would not only have continuExclusively in Collier's It was she who ed but would have grown. The comrene Happiness." All the Sherlock Hrlmes Hones published In now in sight can encouraged him to show his humor parative prosperity 1913 will be runied etclusitelr In I'c'ller's. In wider fields. At her bedside Bur- be attributed to nothing else than pictures f the Furrpean The Wat llt appear r cry sveeL In tbe dette became prolific with that the country Is now back under lection ol Collier. contributions to the Burlington, a protective tariff, in effect, although 1he rnet fiction written w.ll appear eacn erL In shcrl ttorr andreriat form. la., Hawkeyc, and through these he the Underwood tariff law is Btlll operMark Sullivan's timely Editorials and wlJelr quoted Commenti on Ctmtreis will continue to be became famous the country over as ative In fact. Imports, which had 40 tn.lmire fe aiure. now decreasing, Burlington Hawkeye Man." "The been Increasing, are The little invalid wife encouraged and exports, which had been decreasSpecial Offer to ourReaders bfm, too, to try the lecture field. ing, are now Increasing, not because Your own h. ne paper ai.J COLLIER'S. Ire National Weel, together with tbe tliiee vplurr.es "She kept me at it," said Burdette, of our present tariff law but in spite ol Napoleon Memoirs-a- ll ct ibee ou eel tor trip price of Collier's alone, plus 50c ro cover the con "and in due time we had a lecture of It. Present conditions, with exol pjcUnr. and shipping tbe Memolri. 9, on our hands Tlic Rise and Fall of ports exceeding Imports, was the habI Send your order to this office II you are already a sucriber, jour insisted itual condition under protection, but Xbe Moustache.'-- " will be ev iJurdette tendeJ lor one ear Irorn hi ejpiratlon. on trying the lecture first in Keo had ceased to be a condition under COLLIER'S $2.50fSpecUl combination Bilrllng-- j free trade before the war began.. kuk "for Keokuk hated J "'" iludmt the Hartford 1 three volume $ 11 -ton," and if ho succeeded there- n0 Globe Democrat. Republican. . . lMemolrs,puslpiq,,J" """ would know that It was good. He became a Eort of Itinerant preacher. 'A Kepubiicaii President 111 lft Iff ng8, Mr. DuMette 60i.iPn ' At Kow that the election retdHiS tire Was CARed t0 the permanent pastor-utf- c all in, the magnttudb of the hp.b-Uca- n at the Temple Baptist church of victory of Nov. Sre IrtiHcRWS Los, Angeles, Cal, that Vi 19 16 the R'cWWun party obtained la S '" Although. Burdette'a original home will scftd a Pre'sid'iA't io Washington. I unacountries, or no to. Upromptly PATr NTm all obtain I THAT t our was in GrcenBboro, Pa., where he was The Kepubllc'aV carried the enough I ipenve, andlelp you to fucceesk , the latter part of his states this "year to have elected a Send pioto or sketch for FHEC report born In 1S-on piwntaDiutT, I jreuv praetlc. BUR. ProsTdenl had It been a presidential ife wae spent in California. At PABSINQ For frM Gold. Pasadena, he had a spacious year. Already the leaders are look- -' I book on lYoCtaUe llteaU writ to sovantn p. His In'g around for the most available with broad verandas. house of Whitman first wife had died after fifteen men. Governor-elec-t years of encouragement to him, dur- New York appears to be the most ing which she had traveled all over commanding figure at the present the country with him. In 1899 he time for the presidential empire married Mrs. Clara B. Baker, of Pas- state by the overwhelming majority Whitman adena. of 134,000 but because has shown himself to be a mastera most relentless ful leader and prosecutor of political grafters and FOR FLETCHER'S otherwise appears to be an unusually strong and able man. As a result Courier-Journ- al of the great republican victory and Protection by Force of War. confidence which It inspires indicatThe conditions which are now toward an Improvement in ed the intention of the country to trade and commerce are conditions return to the republican principles, in is already improving which have worked a temporary sus- business neary every section of the country rnderwood-Slmmon- s pension of the tariff law. The chnnge In conditions This victory restores confidence could be foreseen as approaching which together with enormous orfrom the beginning of the war In ders for manufactured goods from Courier-Journ- al Europe, contingent only upon the the European Countries, clearly Inwar providing to he one of consider- dicates that In 11 short wliilo the able duration. The first effect of entire country will enjoy u large the' war, in reducing both Imports wave of national prosperity. The movement inaugurated by the was felt in nearly all Hues of business, but looking beyond the immed- large bankers of the country to . L iate paralysis It was possible to see roliove tlie necessities of tho cotton the early coming of the time when growers by raising one hundred and should the war continue, the excess five million dollars ($135,000,000) of exports over imports, with two from all sections of the country lias, News of the largest warring nations, Ger- become an established success. This many and Auhtria, among the heav- cotton pool is to loan this money News on about four million bales of cotton j iest exporters' of goods to this Local News and unable to get their wares aro to be taken off of tho market and ' and mid kept otf for one year anil the into this market, and France England unable to maintain their remainder of the cotton crop will then News output, the balance of the trade In find a ready and healthy market. our favor must grow rapidly and New York City has already subNews steadily. It was to be seen, also, that scribed its full share of the pool, owing to the falling off in many which Is fifty million dollars. Cinof lines of European merchandise which cinnati has subscribed its share of lind, for some months before t ho two million, Chicago has already war commenced, been pouring into subscribed ten million of its share Aro you interested In what Is takour market and South American of twelve million, nml In all 'parts markets In steady Increasing itian-tit- of tho country tho lurgo cities ure ing place Uay by day all oer the luuufacturers in tho United subscribing tho full share n lotted world? if you arp you XKISD TUB States, could iu many lines, Increase to them by the organizers of the COUIUEIt-JOUNItAIf thcro Is an avent in your town the volume of their product em- pool so that In a few weeks, It Is ploy more labor, liu5 more supplies, believed that the cotton market will glvo him a trial order ono month-Da- lly DO cents, with Sunday 75 cents. and realize more cash In a great be normal again. Not only tho couth If thcro Is no agent In your town tnuny ways but ull parts of tho country are In According, early In the present tensely gratified at tho successful glvo your order to tho paper in month, after It could be seen that solution of tho great cotun problem! which this nUvertlsoment appears both along the eastern and western Tho South contributes d of (you may cet a special clubbing Hues of battle In Europe, the con- tho markets of this country, mid if rate), or solid tho order direct to tending forces had come to that this market were ruined by tho In- the Courier-Journa- l. has WEEKLY COHKIBR-JOUnNA- L deadlock grapple foretelling a long ability of the cotton planters to rewent on alize on their cotton crop, all sec- been discontinued, but FAKM AND war, tho record with tho prediction that the tions of tho country would have FAMILY, a most excellent Illustratreturn of better times could not bo suflered keenly by the loss of tho ed monthly magazine, is n worthy successor. Tho prlco Is only 25 cents much longer postponed. Wo would parallzcd market. copy. a year. Ask for a not venture such a prediction, however, until tho result of the election Courier-Journ- al Gonipang on the .M Instant had ghn " FOR FLETCHER'S hncl.llng of ' tb Incorporated 'c I 'i by Congr J. ictim, mdrr i LOUISVILLE, nv. ROBERT J. BURDETTE . FREE FREE Directory Ohio County 2P:rc:rsic"lci.,:E Otto C. Martin at i HOTEL POWHATAN (WASHMCTOI er D.C. EL OrAMERICAN IDEALS Memoirs of Napoleon Int. In a city where good hotels bound, the Powhatan beads the It li first In the countrymen. htiru of Iu Get these Memoirs Free three-volum- - makes it a desirable headquarters lor Lridal, couples, tourist larties, contentions. Schools and colleges. , The Powhatan attracts the people of culture and education, lts'proximity to Slate, War ami Navv Departments, also to many interest, points of historical makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating public. The Powhatan oflerr roitms with detached bath at $1.50, $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, $2.10. 3.00 and up. Write for toolset ith map. it reiWo exclusive, and restful. Its excel location on Fcnniflrama lent Avenue, loth ami 11 Mitels, The Tov.hat.-t- Circuit Court T. F. Hlrkhomd, Judge; lien D. Rlngo, aUtornuy; V. Attorney Law il. Mldklff, Jailer; E. G. Rnrnu-s- , Clerl-- ; 13. 13. Dlrkhend, Muster ComIIAUTI'OIIU, KY. missioner; It. T. Colliujt, Trustee , Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Will practice tils profetailou iu UiU ' 'Hartford. Di'putles-S- . A. Hratclier; and adjoining counties. Couum-reitoffice deputies .Mrs. s. O. Keown atid lilltuoro Keown. Court convenes first and Criminal PincUv a Specialty. '.Monday In February and contlnucBJ tnree weens; third .Monday In April, 'two wneks; third Monday In October, two weeks. County Court John II. Wilson, Law Judge; C. Ul'inkeiishlp, Clerk; 13. C. KY. HARTFORD, Smith, Attorney, llnrtford. Court convenes first Moudiity iu each MitHsra. V. II. Dariius mill C. mouth. Quarterly Court U(lns on the Smith announce Uuit Uioy havo o"J first Mommy In every month. a iarUi-r.s)M for tihu (tuLi-:t- l Court of Calms Convenes first tice of law, exc-ip- t citimlnal ami lf Tuesday In January and Ilrst Tues, cast-Mr. Smith biting County Al Itiay iu October. Other County Officers C, S. Mo- - vty is P'xiwuUhI from pracclulng S loy, Surveyor, 1'otMsvIIIe, Ky., It. ccttj-ttMr. lUrnns Willi liulivldi K. D. No. 2; Tom Illnes, Assessor, accfjst buch praetloo. Offlris Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shults, Supcrlu- tetiileiit, Hartford; Dr. A. H. Itlley, HarU'ord Itcpiiblictiu bulldiiiK, Ilort- Coroner, Hartford; T. II Bullion, ford, K- Uoad Hartford. Slit-riff. -- Barnes & Attorneys at Smith i. Knj-lnee- , JUSTICES' COLHT.S. CLIFFORD M. Manager. LEWIS. lGj;i)illl)lli)))IIIITTTMiTTlilliillli;lJl HAVE YOUR SUITS fun-maki- Cleaned i Pressed j no-- I j Repaired. j Work called for and j: delivered. Repairing and Dye- ing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hati Cleaned and Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aftLaw er 3d .Monday In March,' Tuesday aft-e- r 3d Monday In June, Tuesday aft-jKY. HARTFORD, 3d .Monday In September, Tuesday after 3d .Monday lu December. ASSOCIATED WITH M. K. IIKAVIMN L. A. McDanlel, ltoehport, Friday I after 3d .Monda) Iu March, Frlda.v This offlre Is ctiuljiped for liaiul-Un- s Commercial Law anil Colleotlo after 3d Moiwlay in June, Friday after 3d Montlay In September, Items as well us other lej;;tl uud HtU .Friday after 3d Monday in De- Kalcd matters. I'ractico In all the cember. S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday courts. Prompt nml vigorous service. after 3d Monday In March,, Wid- - M. h. Ilearin'8 Office. 'nesday after 3d .Monday In June, Wednesday after 3d MoifJuy lu Sep- tiTTOO. MMstriM iiemuer, wettnesuay, after 3d Mon it. WliKSTIt.lTTON I'roniMi-ll- , K.v. lliirlfuril K.i. day In December. It. C. TlclR'nor, Centertown, STRATT0N & MARTIN ' urday In each after 3rd Attorneys at Law month. Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday CROMWELL, - KY. after 2d .Monday Iu March, Tuesday after I'd Monday In May, Tuesday Will practice their profession in this after Jil .Monday In Aunust. Tues and djolulng counties. Collections, Uay after 3d .Monday In November. Commercial and Criminal Practice o, W. S. Dean, WedDundee, Prompt and vlgoroui nesday after the second Monday In Specialty. , March, Wednesday after 3d Monday service- - .Votary In offtet', In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday !n August, Wednesday after 2d .Monday In Novombor. Hen F. Ulce, Foitdsvllle, Tuesday after 2d Monday iu March. ThursI AM day after 2d Monday in May, Thursday after 2d .Monday In August, Tl!r?dnj' after 2U Monday in To do any kind of Vetiina-l- j ARTHUR Attorney at D. KIRK er , PREPARED! I Club rate $1.00 per H I jnonin, Hartford Pressing aU.NTUKll HLDC!.,CKNTEK ST. j TRADE-MARK- PAval"ents-l"mtnorouUJo- r, I Sun-nycre- RrrE-DFNCr- J3-tBots Btrt. c Children Cry OASTO r?l A Daily $6 a Year Sunday $2 a Year l Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best National State Market Reports Foreign Political Everything for Everybody y. L. one-thir- Olobo-Democr- at h-- m Children Crv t CASTO RA uav m eactt months City Council, Uv Hcr, Major; R. HARTFORD, KY. T. Collins, Clefkl J. K. Dean, Treasurer. Members of Council J. C. Uctt-ne- lt A Ctt)t. A. D. White. A. E. Pate, J. D. Ralph, A. c. Yeiser, W. II. Gillespie. YOU School Trustees J. D. Dulte, ChairThe National Weekly man: R. T. Collins, Secretary Dr. J. W. Taylor, and W. B. KIHs. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Churchs South Services Until thii year mornlnn and evenlttg eveny first uud Collier' has been Treatment third Sunday ih each mouth. Sunl J at $550. Now day school :5 a. m. Prayer nieet-in- j; the price is S2.50 for WEAK every Wednesday evening. Rev. U. W--. Napier, pastor. LUNGS or a concesMoiin l.crc-b- y Baptist Church Services morning tic ran utfrr it CONSUMPTION Jatl evening every second and fourth at a still further (Sunday in each rrdiirtioii in If you mention this paper we will send you U:I3 a. tu. Prayermonth. Sunday school with this, a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for nestlay eumlng. meeting eery Wed publication. Rev. A. 3. Fettle, feeling, coughs, pains pastor. that tired, in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak Special Offer to Our Readers- Christian Church Scr Ices every lungs or consumption. third and fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. Itecnumtiiig the treai tlrrraml (nr ColUir'i t lockbox bib and 7 p. m. Sunday school 0:30 a. in. flHin ........ v,.... Pil tlie nw tiricc, Acliavctnaile w...w MFniHfll Vw. tiv COLUMBUS, 0. i tier it anil our own publication each one car liiuei uwinn, pastor. lor the irice o( Cotlirr 'sitonr Tim is alimitrif SECRET SOCIETIES. olTcraiiJiiiustbetakciiaJvantaKeofiiror pi'.) Ilartrord Lodge No. C"."., F. ami A. What You Get jn Collier's-M. iucot8 ever, first Montlay night in eacli month. W. S. Slovens, W. Cotlier't i the tme tnir, itulerenilrtit, fearlc-s- . M.; Otttin Hunter, Secretary. vcekloI the hole countr). .Notonlt l.lttl.e nlso a. cootl cinzcii's li anil hook hut it Hartford Chapter No. M O. E. S. for the hole frimslv Anione meets every second and fourth Monthat a car's uhcnutiun can atcr day evenings, .Mrs. .1. H. Williams, . 1000 FJltorUU W. M.; Jas. II. Williams, W. !'; A) SOO New. Photos . Succeed when everything else faila. J .Miss Bllznboth Mlllur, Secretary. 250 Short Articles In nervous prostration and female Hough River l.ydgo No. llu Knight 150 Short Slorlr. wcatnessca they are the supreme 100 Illustrated Teatures .of Pythian meets cery 'I iiesday cven-iln2 Complelo NoveCs remedy, as thousands have testified. Jno. W. Taylor, C. C; W. R. Illcdrick, K. of R. & S. Collier's FOR KIDNEYJ.IVERAND $2.50 Bolli for otly llllitfnnl Ti.nt Vn OH K Tr STOMACH TROUBLE Hartford Republican meots ecry first and tnlrd Thiirstlay it is the best medicine ever sold nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; over a druggist's counter. E. P. .Moore, RecoiVl Keener. Acnio Lodge No. 3311 I. O. O. F. meets every second and fourth Friday nights In each month. C. M. Harnett, Noble Grand; W. R. lledrlulc. Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. ' nictits every second and fourth Sat- -' u i Way nights in each mouth. Tom St Dd model, I JT. :."...!.Ttr...i i..,.iiituun fTaiul frr,r,ntl I Williams. Council Commander: W. C. I I it vltkv. how to oblla latfuu, traili, lOiiAs, McCAIX PATTERNS Wallace. Cleric. cupyrutWA etc., (i ALL COUNTRICS. Sunshine Hive No. 43 L O. T M.. Jluslnrss Jirretv.Uk Waiting ton taitt tmi, tMOiry an J cfIt it tl'rfatrnt, meets every first and third Friday t .very city ami tinn hi Ttiie Unitcj siitri Carud.-- , or by null .Direct. .More Pitent ind hfrlngem-.n- t Practlc Exclusively. oM ll.aq lllghtS In each month. Mrs. AttU Wrlto or come tu us nt "" Commander; Mrs. II. Griffin. 710 rijbti Etr.tt, n.ir Tslttl BtUi rUnt OQcs I Me?lL?u, ,"A1SZI. .,, E. Mlschke, Latly Record Keeper. WA3H1MOTON. D. C. . KoystOllO Chapter No. 110, It. A. Il snagailne-mlllio- na month, 'inwluible. IjU est Mylet, pitterns, slrer.sinal.lnir, inllllnery, M meets every tnliU Saturday night' I lu each month. John T. Moore lllgli'f plain sewing, fancy nreilleworl.,iijirilrsini;. s, JlliY 10 cents iMiuv,i, eiwu .lutir., f year (worth double), Including a free pattern, Priest: W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. bublcrfBl" today, or tend fur (ample copy. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQl'ITY. WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS State Officers President, J. II. to Agents. Postal brings Princeton, Ky.; Vlco Presi- I and nuviashprlzo oilers. premium caUlotruc Address dent, J, II. Iluruey, .Muhltiibcrg Co.; I8E tslcCAU CO, XS l 21S IV. 37U SU NtW VOtls Secretary & Treas., S, II. Ilobertson, Callioun, Ky.; Organizer, T. II, BUCKMB'S SEEDS SUCCEED I Hartford, Ky. MeniUrs State Executive Uoanl SPECIAL OFFER: TUtt U knIM N.w.B..l.r. AtrlilwIlP Bon Watson, Webster county; J. W. AND CURE nuks you our txruituent customer. LUNC8 Dunn, Daviess county; IlUnry Plrtle, r Brirp rallertlnn uti?TrtiiMiM nn Timiiin i.,isinasti-"-"- .run- - Ohio county; E. I. Ruy, Hardin counIt th nnnt T.r.lp. T splendid l Stein. best Imlk-ty; C. G. Davenportt, Warren county. I Uat It Tanetlet U ul. rl.. V WITH WAiuniL. v bn-- bi Paper Ohio County Officers S. L. StevMention this Write Henry Plrtle, Secens, President; retary; S. E. Dennett, Treasurer. COUNTY HOARD OF EDUCATION. o SEND 10 CENTS I to cot pmU u4 p4UkiB( m4 rci IhU vftlaakl Osim, Shults, Chairman, Hartford, i coiwctUMi ox rrtu pipai afwwr miu wj vi( Ky. PRICE ucfMiuui mnhi imhi iMtruur Ul ItUl IMIIUN tt BM4I, rilDU, ., FflH Ma. . At aa 1U Ul 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. WM Tthl Ooltlo frocl ULDb , H. W. Buckbit j. "WAVoVJ.'iiL i Ky. 2. T. J. Ilrooks, Fordsille, AND ALL THROAT AND LUNfiTHOUBLES. I 3. Ira Uozartli, Olaton, Ky. rtg in."i Ky. aUARANa'UED &ATISFad,0OKYI L II. O. Autry, lialzetown, 5. E. G. Austlu, Prentiss. TO '" "' 0. J. L. Drown, Rockport, ICy. M, j Fogle, City Attorney; J. Marshal; Court convenes Ucn W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday after 2d .Monday In .March, Friday after 2d Monday in May, Friday after 3d Monday in August, Friday after 2d Monday in Novembers .HARTFORD POLICE COUHT. j 0. C. Jiartln. Judgo; McDowell A. ! Horses, mules and If for want Qf answered day or night. ry work. cows need not die Culls attention. W. H. Stevens, Veterinary Surgeon RILEVI Ky ecoil Mon- - Hnrtforcl, 92b WILL TAKE OUR Collier's audns-hac-rcurr- d con-iiviii- mnx. FREE CoUirfs in Clubs First Time run-dow- , arrani.-(.'iiK'i- i- e s g. I f- .... $2.50 " I $ &$i2tf5?:' I "" ll, SEEDS 1 Ual-nial- n, KILLthe COUCH the 4jv,ii,'iK y; ff l ftOOU ..! Dr. King's New Discovery rPUQHS stu-insstm eai, "-'- ;; BIG FEDERATION FIGHT IS SETTLED CASTORIA For Infants and Children. in.,1 merry enruosers who caper and prance must pay for tho fiddler when done Is the dance. Also for the oats that you carelessly sowl You find they are thistles when started to grow, and though you may live for a cycle, my friend, they'll prick Amalgamation of Machinists ,you nnd sting you right to the end I sowed fifty bushels of oats that and Elevator Constructors. Philadelphia, Nov. 19. regarded as the most jurisdictional fight in the Federation of Labor this What was HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After ALCOHOL 3 Pfu AVcgclablcIVfpaniiion'ror The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of w$ Important ftsssaos t'TH'fl Promotes D.rfMtiUIlIvcrrl!r nessalull,est.eonlalnsneit!lff ujimni.Morpmnc norMorral, ll Not Narcotic. finjiut JlktrffrlVft-Mutttnn AV ' tl Jltmwaa', Ua MmClfnfnl Xtyr . nutmwrm tkmr. In Ancrfccl Remedy forCcrnsliM Ion , Sour Slonwcli.Dlarrlm Yorms,Coimi!sioiis.racn5.. Slew. ncss and Loss I r ab Use For Over or Facsimile SignalBrto &5 in ms NEW YORK. Thirty Years American year was settled in convention today in favor of the International Union of Elevator Constructors over tho International Association of Machinists. For more than five years the machinists sought to have the elevator constructors amalgamate with them in order to do away with numerous Jurisdictional disputes. The matter has been before sevetal conventions of the federation which has favored the amalgamation, but the elevator men have always been able to fight off the merger. Today the Committee of Adjustment reported a resolution instruct ing tho President and Executive Council of the Federation to call a conference of the parties in interest within ninety duys for the purpose of, bringing about amalgamation. There was a protracted debate partic-- I ipated in by ofucers of both unions and other crafts more or less affected In were wild, and while I was sowing 1 recklessly smiled, I laughed nt tho future and lilted gay tunes, and now I am old, and I harvest prunes. With aches in my body nnd grief In my soul, and doctors nnd drug-dlsdespoiling my roll, the wearisome knowledge of my consciousness totes, that all my troubles are dne to wild oats. He wise In tho morning of life, oh, bo wise! And sidestep the halt of the father of lies; for wasting the moments and sowing wild oats will lead you to chewing the husk with the 'shonts. Walt Mason. ts Fov Tears of Discoaraging Up ia Despair. Came Coftditioas, Mrs. BaDock Gave had gotten so weak ! could not stastf, and I gave up In despair. I Htubasd At last, my husband got me a bottle ol Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I com- to Rescue. taking It. From the very Ursf. could tell it wa3 helping me. I can now walk two miles without its dose, 1 menced Catron, Ky. from In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing ail my work." If you are all run down from womanly this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock Guarantrcd unfertile CASTORIA THC Exact Copy of Wrapper. Cf HTAUH COMPACT HCW TNA ClTT. O 419 398 166 Tenth 257 of the Executive Coun294 535 cil of the Federation, make every Eleventh effort within their power by trade 4,861 14,109 Totals agreements and otherwise to erect only material that has been manufacTho Farmer is. The Gout. tured by union men. Farmers have suffered greatly in was a long discussion on tho There No Money half-baksubstitute and it was adopted by a the last few years from the in Advnuce theories that have been circu-late- d vote of 11,590 to S.04S. Sntitiffio LaaaaaasX A w on the control of prices of food (ion Guar Nearly 'the entire day's session anlned was taken up with the report of the products. Boycotts on moat, butter LoweHtNet Committee on Adjustment, which re- and eggs have never yet affected ported the amicable settlement of a the packer or the storage men who Prinni number of Jurisdictional disputes. were in position to weather the brief TorniH A Some of the jurisdictional differences interruption in retail demand result-luSnving of from these spasmodic brain were put up to the convention by the SlOO to S a aEynaMJCZS?l Ml aaaaa -Fcommittee and theso invariably caus- storms. But the farmer who has rom Facturned off a buncli of steer which ed dihcusslon. P. A STARCK tory Direct .ACSIDCNT The trouble between the stationary he had been fattening for six months engineers and firemen was referrd to 01 more J d suffer from tho temporIN YOUR u future conference of those involved ary decline, thus forced and sacra- OWN HOME with a view to amalgamation. Fur- flced the profits of the- year thereby. o will Hlilp you a beautiful Starck Piano for .10 ilnya" fr-- e tr.ut. In your Tariff schedules nro mtul'i with a ther cffortB will also be made to homo. No cnuli payment required. All we usk in tliat ou will play upon, usa nnd tot thin piano Tor 31) l.is. If. at tho end of that time, you Uo net llnil It tho bring about amalgamation of the vlisw t.) lowering the cost of ltv'i g. tilghcrt crnilc. sweetest toned and tlnest piano In every "way. that you have ever .v.'fh the farm gro.vi. pioduaL Kthogr.aphcrs and the lithographing Keen fui Hie money, you uro at perfect liberty to send It back, and we will, in that event, pay the frriimt both wayj. This Starck Piano must make Rood with you. proofreaders. There was a long fight In view as 'he main ite.jj 111 llviut . or there Is no Bale. over tho question of the American necessities. Now we have C'ongross Savi $150.00 r Mora Easy Payments Brotherhood of Cement Workers be- advorttlir; compdlsory growing of Wc ship dirvct to you fnnn our factory, it Tvi pi 7 no rash d.nvn, but alter 20 days prtci that uie you upward of J 150.00 iu tlic of trill, can begin payment on the low. ing absorbed by flie International calves .tiiid raising beef on evety iwt of your piano. Wo guarantee to furnlh eat, easiest tenni ever by a piano Hod Carriers, Building and Common farm, and oven talk of preventing yM a bcttrr piano for the inonry than ou can These terms are arranged to man'ilacii.rer. Von are aivirl of trotting mill your cnnvrnltnce, and it la possible tor Mniro ilienh-rLaborers' Union of America with the the ex i i.g of farm produce to you to In y a pkino for your home, without utlafactory sweet toned durable high (rra.1t of war nrlcej tn EuIn;1 money. piano. , result that further efforts are to be take f aisrcK made by tho Executive Council to rope, jr. very case th.i f.irmer is Hayar-nan- at have the cement workers agree to the made the "goat," without a Evert" Starck Piano U Starck tro We hate constantly on hand for 15 yrara, rrurantccd 1:1; (.turn. How lor.r will our absorption. the lat ami mrMt lwAutt Tbi nu.ran- u- ha back lanre number ot ahichtly used tut Player Pw.i.x on cos legist ti i;t a continue to etploit agrl o( it cur ii sear of piano and sccouJ band piano of alt market. You will be deertvrlrnce, and the rrpu tndard makes taken in e lighted with the mjny exculturo fo' the benefit of the city Try This For Your Cough. ration of nn cbanice for tie Starck Piano clusive feature of these tctponaiblc piano house. The follow. and people keep cough- consume7 How long will uur farmThousands of wonderful Instruments, and Ing are a tew ample bargain : will le pleased with th ing because unable to get the right ers sului:!!. to such exploitation with 50 Frit Muslo vrry low prices at which Weber $110.00 incy can ue secured. remedy. Coughs are caused by In- out a w ml of protest? Practical Lessons 92 00 Stcinway Piano lack Fraa Chlckcring 90.00 To rvrry purchaser of flammation of Throat and Bronchial Fanner Starck Pianos, wo elve free Kimball today for our new 95.00 Tubes. What you need Is to soothe mualc Icafcjtii. In one of beautifully illustrated piano Starck 195.00 book which gises you a The Remedy Is Available. the belt known actiooli in this Inflammation. Take Dr. King's large amount of InformaOilcaco. Thcae lesaoiis you Adverity falls heavily upon the Send for our latest complete your otvn home, ran take la tion regarding pianos. This New Discovery, It penetrates tho bargain list. persons woho have Increased capU by mall. This represents bonk will interest and delicate mucous lining, raises the one year' free Instruction. business enterprises and the pubPhlegm and quickly relieves the con- tal 1343 Starck BldfJ.. CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., lic learns it by the onnouncements gested membranes. Get a 50c bottle ot the passing and the cutting of from your druggist. Dr. King's Now dividends, but the blow which falls Discovery quickly and completely It upon the investors also hits the army ray cough" stopped writes J. It. of Under normal conWatts, Floydale, Texas. Money back ditions there are 229,000 employes if not satisfied, but-- it nearly always of the Stetl corporation. Today, with DAILY BETWEEN helps. &Br nkaajglWiUalKUfiaBS , the plants operating at less than one-ha- lf s of capacity, the number of em"I'll SlioiVein, Durii'eni." ployes must bq cut In two. Through I've stopped the paper, yes I have, idleness the w'age-earnTt" t VJ .suffers a ".'- aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMaaawlaWBjlE',' r t I didn't like to do it. loss of Income Just as does the InHut the editor he got too smart, vestor whose capital cannat bo profit-al- y &Zfc&rJ&?AJ. vvsSi And Fallow he'll rue It. employed. tiJEWjsikr vrTw" 1 am a man who pays Ills debts, If Industrial conditions do not im"zzz;..2:. c:::? taptftt. tiis And will not be Insulted, prove the wage-earne- r, who Is fortu-nut- e w VJ U'PCIU 3JJ lrrmuUijm in allirrucfj , p.j:it( i -u i t , - i.lu.- inMll1,H kirl all'P MfiCDs vu - uj I want to be consulted. rr." pro!i.irlio -- .Ui.rr ll iu retaining partial employment, le in cl luJautliiauraoluwwonu. iiwiMiurai .j. So when the editor gets smart In time feels the added hardship of Magnlccnt Sleomera "SEZMmTZ." "CSt cf Trtj" and "C-- ot Buffalo" I took the paper 'leven years a reduction In wages. The reduction nnd BUFFALO Rbyiat to Dec nt Daily CLEVELAND And helped him all I could sir. 8KWP.M. . in the operating force of tho Steel Lr.vo Cbnland Mf.J' tJOA.M. ArrhaClfviJand C:J3A.I. UuCilo Alfi But when it come to dunnln' mo Corporation is not exceptional. Tho Tl.iv) (Ceulril I didn't think ho would, sir. ?..nll. Il.ilro.d tlcktla Connwllona at IluiTilofor Mlfm rall.anj all tUbim an 1 Baldwin Locomotive Works, employ-lu- g o our r.lmrr. A.a. Good yii riwliiiKtlrui:iceUn.UiiUUuOaloo-But that he did, and you can bet when operating at capacity 19,-0jiir llcll fiil foe llckfta v.a C. u U. lijo. t!lo u - lam.ii.io Ulu.lnlr.1 InuUrt Jnv. It made me hot as thunder, CLEVELAND &. DUrFALO TRANSIT CO.. Clovolaod, O. men, now have work for less THE I say, "I'll sop that sheet, I than 4,000. The Roebllug plant at 5SSS will, Trenton has but a small payroll at If tho doggnoe thing goes under." present compared with the usual I hunted up the editor number of employes, and such condit xaaoiaal.J OVER OS YEARS' And for his cunnln' capor tions are common. Bnckbee'a "Full ot Life" Northern Grasja EXPERIENCE I paid him 'leven years and Pedigreed Reeds hate a renutatlou of vi veata art Lack of employment und reductucccsaful seed growing behind them. It pay It quit, ed Incomes follow naturally In the felant the beat. Seasonable Specialties: Yes, sir, I slopped the paper. wake of a low tariff law. To the BliANS wage-earnEarliest Red Valentine . . ti-- Bushel who Is without money Retugee V.xXn Harly . . Jj.jj bushel Wild Outs. to pay rent or to satisfy tho bills of N:w Strluglrsi Cinii Pod . I3.70 Bushel aSaaaal jtSaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax Bushel You're sowing wild oats, William the grocer, as well as to the investor Tradc Marks Davis New Whlc Wax . . $4.75 Bushel Designs Currie's Rust frool Wax . fe.30 Hushel Henry Fitzjames, you're playing, with who feels the pinch of a shrinking InCOPVRIOHTS Ac. PE2AS others the dissolute games; when come, there is nothing psychological Extra Early Alaska . . . $J jo Bushel Anrone stnrtlng a rtetch and description mar oult't.lr uscerlulu our opinion frau whether an New Early Gradus I) jo Bushtl you should be sleeping you're still about existing conditions. They ar'o fuTcnilon Is prohahly w&nlabis. rommunlea. Iforstord's Market Cardcn . $J so Bushel I Lius utrictlr eoiul Joiitfal. HANDBOOK on I'aUnt on the jump Buckbee's Lightning Express Jj.oo Bushel the village altogether too real. liitfro. Ulilcat aaancr for Co. rocelr Vl'itieiit taken tbrouab Munn lettuce. ataaUab. Tomato and a full line ot anThe remedy often applied heretoiV'iJl wtUi, without cbarco, la th S;eds, Plants and Bulb at lowest growing price. clear down to the dump; and Send for complete catalogue or aubmit a list as) cient tradition Jooks kludly on chaps fore, Is available now. The sinews your requirements and wlUquote pnee. SCKKUIIC iMKrKdllw llko yourself who are going it blind; of Industry, capital and labor, have Buy direct from the grower Save Money. wetklr, Tersest mslrlllaatrml A Write today. Mention this paper. H it says'Let them frolic like lunatic but to unite In restoring to Federal culalion af any acientll ji'uiubj. TjawaO'ealers.a jftri fnur mouth, 1L awdbfall goats, for months must be youths, control the party of Protection. WlacUttStv. aVittrtFtTtBaV BOteatsS) and must sow their wild oats." But Philadelphia Pres. the dispute. Finally James Duncan, first vice president of the Federation, offered a substitute resolution which provided that the present status of the elevator constructors be conlnued with tho understanding that the elevator men with the assistance of the ma- Eighth chinists and allied trades nnd the Ninth Vote Shows Hljj De crease. Fankfort, Ky Nov. 20. Progrcss- slves fell from 102,000 In 1912 to 14,109 votes In Kentucky In 1914, and received 8,020 of these In Jefferson county. Tho Socialists cast 4,8 Gl votes at the last general election. The Progressives nnd Socialist vote by congressional district, cast for Uurton Vance and J. E. Itobert-so- n respectively in the last election, follow: Vance. Robertson 321 First 628 .149 Second 436 901 897 Third 1,290 399 Fourth .. .. 8,020 475 Fifth 355 1,062 Sixth 59 396 Seventh Progressive writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardul, the woman's tonic. !t has helped this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treat ment relieved me for a while, but I was soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me any good. sold Cardul for years. it will do. Tlnte to: Ask him. He knows what He will recom Co., tadlf mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. Advisory, Dept.. Chattanooga, Tenn., for Initnicttons an your case and book, Treatment for Women." sent In plain wrapper. Chattanooea Mellcln Specult Horn J4a JAMES & CO., .... Plrst Class Liverymen Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt A ttention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, .'1,270 43 Starck Pianos ' Egil112liaaBB ed OUR CLUBBING RATES. $1.35 The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.76 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm 1.75 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The jaepublican una uany uwenBooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.7& The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 L60 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Globe-Democrat Factory S200 Eanieit g 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL - Twice-a-Wee- a.v-'cyj- c )i suggr-ntc- c. 1 mis-In- g 2fi.yr..:8r.1ff Address all orders to RS ctsiu-peti- Player-Piano- 1 THE REPUBLICAN. WHY NOT MAKE Player-riino- $200." A MONTH - That's S50.o a wek, almost $10.00 a Day to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and f armers.all ot whom realize the need of a safe, but do not know how easy It Is toown well-to-d- o money-making Selling Victor Sates and flro-pro- boxes second-han- II Fare 3 22 .- wage-earner- s. Hgl great Sun-lar- Cleveland '.J er one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of opportunl-tin- s the best, clean-cu- t ever received. Without previous experience YOU can duplicate the success of others. catalog Uur handsomely illustrated will enable you to present the subject to cus tomers in as inieresiuiR; a manner as inougn you were piloting them through our factory. Men appointed as ? ajp salesmen receive advice and Instructions for selling sates, fflvlnir convincing talking points which It Is Impossible for a prospective customer to deny. WBJ don't YOU be the first to apply from your vicinity before someone else geta the terrltorjrt We can fsvor only one salesman out of each locality. The ZStlrannlTersary of oar company was celebrated by erecting the most modern safe factory In the world. Wldaw awake men who received our special selling Inducement, tcljtJ-oaroatprrd:rwi Hneceot srMnajlta) We are many thousands of dollar ea) la riruirr our sales orgtnlsatloa bus to learn all partlcularr, 1 Will cewt you only the prloe J poaUl card. ut. Ask for Cafaloguts 1ST. wr THE YIGTOR SAFE m. Iiiy'' r trantp-irtullo- & LOCK GO. w Our rta Nw Horn Capacity 20,000 Sale Annually. CIMC1NKATI, OHIO Csna-M- 00 SEEDS ti-i- BUCKSEC'SBULDSSUCCEtO. p Mads, to bolld New Hilda. A1 ' ' & bormitiflnt ' trial will miakM voii lanikrsvnttMd or rut ' your Hat uf action money refunded. B sSOHTtmtaT VUllCUtUaftaUl ..i., la-J- BULBSM - SPECIAL OFFER' ave Money and Keep in a Style by Reading McCall'i Magazine and Using McCall Patterns Ladies! MKAUS MAGAIIhC ' VCaU'aMaraaiasVtlll In l "'l llr. sSI)l-... Ill )iiii pined cii lli' i ! I. ! 1 ilv nl u lit.!rlll. I.ci'l'lb S ' 1 I I Mia. OlIM UfsMUl, fsJtU Hi artala- - NtaW BsMVrfei, baft. MSbh IrU. AsUUa. BpSaTUal. naanlnsiBarwirTS AtiTtl PtfHll VUp. Tri-- 44 MaMMSa, aVaala. DfttvU tiat IalLaM - miJ SM UHUHUM, fat Ja.am.jUl foil ! Tsll. OsaUsJ, riWS, Issjll ft4 W ., A 'r'f'MlJlli ll. ton aVatW I.l1 t I UaUaa. WrHtody at albs FasMMld. f MlalUrl Xa I loiaabanr. Mtmtloalhlt Pmptr Bifl viliioblii i f(irn.o!i"i in lid boiM- ;.i ii prr-ruiiCk- - II Cftih bin. Id lukhiuii jH'airM la.r.'l ilniij i ls.ii 1 Al-- u .... LirVttsurrtasBUsssJrisiv ltobrlMls ISS1SMST11 ' llrssiat..... ... TaU TlMSgs. 1mMW aWUS Uas kff Ul Sal Tui tU rtsL UtlaMStllt. aecuriug-patent- 0Mclj WHS) Sf aMatla. S4 a. in. $&fe.?it& WK mmm wMssiiria VWHoanj a wssrMW hm IhaK . Mas Z imimmummmmnmmxmmiw. nMH. pan rats. it! is I ,1 ialnrMf fe nral tml o.j H. W. BUCKBEEt f rlrco irni'i. 1'reinluiii fatal. ij:iie and Cah I'ntd Ullcr. IU IkOa CUKrANY. S3 2U tfcsl J. X Jr. KlJ TOU' 1 n i vl: r or tend IICOtUIUilOlOU. miliar McCall Pn:r.i w ill eiinblo roa in ica-- u In your ' '!i,iili.r owu homo, with y iarowi roufsolf und rliilil'-- u wlilih will leerliHt Iu strlsntnl Til. i'i . :i i'i 111' 'ii rtliau IS couu rioud for froo rattorn t'lilaloeuo. Ws Wa Qa Y.a Fim rrwMta for rcltiiic a an ,)- - f:to iMiitui. n year n.eli.'r.. iui'ludu:T, bub-r-'- Onlf i' a." t Iwl' ful EXCERPTS FROM WAR TAX LAW N Look at Me I am Well. eye lids wero "I cannot fay too much for It ha entirely cored me of My my .trouble: re-run- a. I IT. C. GILLETTE MEETS Citizen Well of ot a possible German Invasion were discussed In the House of Commons. DEATH Former HT Owensboro Continued from First Pago.) ill Known Here. turn pay to the said col; eel or 0t internal revenue of their rwpcctlve. districts: Provided, that onljr 'one payment of said tax shall .iioo shall notwithstanding the red think'I anil thtel nearly' all My eyes time. were especially sensitive to light. Catarrh was my t had trouble. TvTTB Tho battle hetweu the Vistula nnd Wnrtn Rivers In Poland seems to be turning In favor of the Russlnns. A Petrograd dispatch claims a Russian vlctorywhllc tho official report from .Ucrlln uiys ;the "nppenrnnce of RusIs postponing a sian decision of tho battle."' The Gcrniniis arc preparing to launch another offensive movement In France, according to nit accounts, but Just where It Is Intended to The strike the blow Is tiunown. French report says there were violent attacks In tho Argounc by both sides without results, nnd heavy cannonading in tho direction of Solssons and Rhciius. The Mnrquls of Crews, Secretnry for India, In tin official report dealing with the British military operations at the head of the Persian Gulf, claims slguul success following the Turkish defeats of November 15 and IT, the Turks abandoning further defense, leaving eight guns and many wounded. Basra was occupied on November 21. Total casualties 705, Including 141 British officers and men. BOYS' 1-. S.-- X) v- - i SUITS BOYS' lines of one or moro persons, firms or corporations shnll he used for the 9 transmission of each of said Provided or convocations: further. That the messages or dispatches of the ollicers and employe ot jvoy telegraph or telephone company concerning tho affairs and serm"-HUvile, of tho company and like or djanatqhes of the olUclals i.i.cl ini)l(iycs of railroad companies sTp.t. over the wires on their respective railroads, Mini be exempt trom And provided this, requirement: That messages of officers and f urtur. oinnloyes of the Government on officio business shall he exempt from the taxes heroin Imposed upon and telephonic messages. Bond: For indemnifying any per-no- n or persons, firms or corporation who shall have become bound or as surety for the payment of any sum or performance of the duties of any office or position, and' to for money received by virtue thereof, nud all other bonds of any description, except such as may be required in legal proceedings, not otherwise. provided Tor in this schedule, 50 cents. Certificates of profits, or any certificate or memorandum showing an in ihe property or accumulaof any association, company or tions oornoration.'.and on all transfers thereof, on each $100 of face value or fraction thereof, 2 cents. of Any certificate Certificates: ilam:i?e, or otherwise, and all other curtilicates or documents issued by any port warden, marine surveyor, or other person actiug as such, 25 mes-ag0tele-xrapA- lc tji treated nnd todk a great deal of medicine, but nothing seemed ta help me until t triad T?AP1tn4. T had my eyis WTV i nlways use Peruna, when my fauillr need it. Always nnd It very eooi, can me it helps wondetfutty. Tou you wwn my testimonial anywhere to" 614 S. So xays Mrs. C. S'.whan, No. Leavltt St.. Chicago. Ills. their own protection, and not for profit), and each bond undertaking ' or recognizance, conditioned for the ' performance of the duties of any of-- J I flee or position, or for the doing or not doing of anything therein sped- .. i.it tl.. a mc fieu, or oilier oniisaiiuu ui tliii unhltn " of indemnity, and each contract or obligation guaranteeing the validity or legality of bonds or other obligations Issued by any State, county.mu-nlclpor other public bod)' or organization, or guaranteeing titles to real estate or mercantile credits executed or guaranteed by any liability, fidelity, guarantee, or surety company up; on the amount ot premium charged, one-haof one cent on each dollar or fractional pa.1): thereof. Provided, That policies of reinsurance shall be exempt from the tax herein Imposed al lf any incorporated company or assov Certificate of any description re- ciation, except religious, charitable, quired by law not otherwise specified or literary societies, or public cemein this act, 10 cents. teries, ten cents. Contract: Broker's note, or memPower of attorney to sell and conorandum of sale of any goods or mer- vey real estate, or to rent or lease the chandise, stocks, bonds, exchange, same, to receive or collect rent, to notes of hand, real estate, or proper- sell or transfer any stocks, bonds, ly of any kind or description issued scrip, or for the collection of any by lirokers or persons acting as such, dividends or interest thereon, or to of for each note or memorandum perform any and all other act3 not aot otherwise provided for in herein before specified, twenty-fiv- e sale, tliis net. ten- cents. cents. Provided, that no stamps When any lands, tenements, or shall be required upon any papers other realty sold shall be granted, necesary to be used for the collection ;iE8ii:nd. tmnferred, or otherwise of claims from the United States for conveyed to, or vested in, the pensions, back pay. bounty, or for or purchasers, or any other property lost in the military or naval jwrion or persons, by his, her, or service. their discretion, when the consideraProtest: Upon the protest of evtion or value of the interest or prop- ery note, bill of exchange, acceptance, erty conveyed, exclusive of the value check or draft, or any marine pro-tse- t, of 3117 lien or encumbrance thereon, whether protested by a Notary exceeds $100 and does not exceed Public or by any other officer who $D00, HUy cents; and for each addi- may be authorized by the law of any tional part thereof in excess of $300, State or States to make such protest, Provided, That nothing twenty-fiv- e fifty cents: cents. contained in this paragraph shall be Every seat sold In a palace or parso construed as to, impose a tax upon lor car and every berth sold iu a any 'instrument or writing given to sleeping car, one cent, to be paid by secure a debt. the company selling the same. Knitry or any goods, wares, or Sec. 12. That hereafter no instru at any customhouse, either ment, paper, or document required for consumption or warehousing, not by law to be stamped, which ha been excelling $100 in value, twenty-fiv- e signed or issued without being duly ccntj; exceeding J100 and not ex- stamped, or with a deficient stamp, ceeding ?50 in value, fifty cents; nor any copy thereof, shall bo reexceeding $500 In value, fifty cents corded until a legal stamp or stamps, exceeding $500 In value, $1. denoting the amount of tax, shall Euiiy for tho withdrawal of any have been affixed thereto, as prescrib goods or merchandise from customs ed by law: Provided. That any bond. bonded warehouse, fifty cents. debenture, certificate of stock, or cer liiyirancc: Each policy of insur- tificate of indebtedness issued in any ance or other instrument, by what- foreign country shall pay the same ever name the same shall be called, tax as required by law on similar In inhuranco shall bo niado or struments when issued, sold.or trans by lYhl-'renewed upon property of any des- ferred In the United States: and the cription (including rents or profits), party to whom the same is Issued, whether against peril by sea or on or by whom it Is sold or transferred, frilanl waters, or by fire or lightning, shall, before selling or transferring or oilier 'peril, made by any person, the same, affix ye stamp or stamps upon indicating or incorporation, Haccta-Io- u the tax required. am sunt of premium charged, t Sec. 13. That It shall .not be lawof 1 cent on each dollar or fractional ful to record or register any instrupart thereof: Provided. That pure- ment, paper, or document required or mutual fire Insur-iibi- c by law to be stamped unless a stamp ly companies or associations car-ri- or stamps of the proper amount shall ou by the members thereof sole- - have been affixed and canceled In Jy for the protection of their own j the manner prescribed by law. property and not for profit shall be Sec. 14. That no instrument, pa xewpt from the tax herein provid- per, or document required by law to ed. And provided further, That pol- be stamped shall be deemed or held icial of reinsurance shall bo exempt .Invalid and of no effect for the want from the tax herein imposed by this of a particular kind or description of paragraph. stamp designated for and denoting Kach policy ot Insurance, or bond the tax charged on any such Instruor obligation of tho nuturo ot in- ment, paper or document, provided a demnity for loss, damage, or liabili- legar documentary stamp or stamps or executed, or renewed donating a tax ot equal amount shall ty by any person, asboclatlon, company, have been duly affixed and used this paragraph. Passage ticket, for each passenger, sold in the United States for passage by nny vessel to a foreign port or place, if costing not exceeding $30, $1; costing mora than $30 and not exceeding $60, $3; costing more than $r,0, ?5. Provided, that such passage tickets, costing 310 or less, ihall be exempt from taxation. Power or attorney or proxy for voting at auy election for officers ot by ccnls. - Tuesday's Owensboro Messenger says: While out hunting near Uock Hill, six miles east of ltockport, hid., Thomas C. Gillette, until two n citizen of years ago a Owensboro, was Instantly killed by the nccldentl discharge of his shotgun, at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon. William Gillette, son of the deceased and Itussell Thurman, were the only witnesses to the tragic affair. Mr. Gillette, In company with his son and Rusell Tiiurman.lcft ltockport early Monday morning to spend the day In the fields. They walked as for as Hock Hill and were home when the accident occurred. Mr. Gillette was walking along the side of a small ditch which ran zigzag through a field. He held his shotgun In his hand. Ho lost his foothold and toppled In falling the trigInto the ditch. ger of the shotgun caitght in his watch fob, discharging the entire load into his breast, just below the heart. When his son and his companion reached his side, Mr. Gillette was dead. After securing assistance, the body of the dead man was taken immediately to ltockport. The news of his untimely end cast a gloom over the entire town, as Mr. Gillette He was a was universally popular. great lover of hunting, and fond of dogs. As soon as the hunting season opened, Mr. Gillette was the first nlmrod to Invade the fields. He was a fine shot. Mr. Gillette was born at ltockyears port, Ind. He was fifty-nin- e old at the time of his death. Besides his widow, he is survived by five children and one brother. Thirty years of his life were spent in Owensboro, where he was engaged He represented the In business. International Stock Food company while in Owensboro. The deceased was also in the revenue service for sveral yars. He is the of B. F. Meredith, who Is now in Two years the revenue service. ago he went to ltockport. He was popular In Owensboro, and the anend of his tragic nouncement caused regret. Tlie funeral will be conducted from his residence at ltockport this well-knowte son-in-la- w MOTHERS AND BOYS We're ready to show you our Suits, Overcoats and Raincoats. We have quite a nice assortment of good, dependable, well made Garments, made up in the latest styles and we believe they will appeal to any boy who likes to be well dressed and the prices are very reasonable. A new Wcdnodny. dispatch from Lisbon says that the Portuguese Congress yesterday decided that Portugal should with the Allies when It considers the step necessary. The Minister of War will issue a decree for partial mobilization. A The battle in Poland continues and Its outcome Is expected to play a decisive part in the war. Petrograd reports successes against the Turks with other situations unchanged. The French report gives no news except the rcpulbe of several German attacks In the Argonne. The battle In Poland has so far been without result according to a Berlin statement. The Germans are believed to be sending for an attack In Flanders. They deny the English report that a submarine and destroyer were lost. The war loan of 350.000,000 pounds is being rapidly completed. British warships yesterday bombardposition at ed the German Hat or Cap, a new pair of some Underwear, a new Shirt, some Eose or a Necktie may be necessary to complete your winShoes, ter's outfit. You need not worry one minute. It's all here and we only be too glad to be of service to you. e. pur-chaM- afternon. LATEST WAR NEWS Monday. mer-chandl- se Secretary Daniels cabled Capt. Decker, of the cruiser Tennessee, and Capt. Oman, of the North Carolina, givin the Eastern Mediterranean, ing them discretionary authority to deal with emergencies that may arise in protecting American citizens and their interests in Turkey, and rescinding his former order directing the commanders to take no action pending an investigation of the firing at the Tennessee's launch. No further word has been recieved from Ambassador Morgenthau regarding the Symrna 'incident. The veil of secrecy has been drawn over the battles in Poland, the Russians merely stated that "fighting between the Vistula and Warta Rivers continues with great persistence." News from unofficial sources shows that the Germans are within forty miles of Warsaw, and that the capital Is threatened for a second time. Farther south In Poland the Germans have been repulsed between Itadom and announcKellce. It 13 ed from. Petrograd that a revolutionary plot has been discovered by tho police, and that five members ot the Duma are implicated. seml-officlal- el . The French War Office reports a violent bombardment of Vpres, during which the market place and the town hall were destroyed. An eyewitness with the British forces gives official confirmation of the reported heavy losses of the Germans aruond Ypres. An official dispatch from Constan- ROSINK. Morrison Dehart, aged 81 years, died at his late home at Caney. at noon, November 20. Interment at Leach cemetery above the Roslno tunnel on the 21st, Inst. Levi Allen, for many years a resident of Horse Branch, died at Owensboro. Burial iu Salem cemetery November 23, attended by a large crowd. have Stveral Rosine children chlckenpox. We understand that Dr. Lawless, of Narrows, locates at Olaton. the little town not having had a resident physician for some months. The May home at Olaton is being repaired and is an old land mark of that section, being iu former days tho home of the Kuykcndalls and McDanlels, early settlers of the section, and, probably tho building was the first residence erected in Olaton. Archie Mitchell is at Olaton painting for N. J. Faught. C. N. McDanlel was here .from Cromwell Sunday as guest of his friend. Rev. W. E. Hall. Uriah Coppagc, of Olaton, was in this section visiting several days recently. Mrs. Sarah Schroader was quite low at last reports. She is said to have suffered a stroke of paralysis at her home at Vine Hill last week. Mrs. Nix, of Edwards Schoolhouso, Is on tho sick list. Rev. W. E. Hull is delivering his booklet, "Inspired Poems," at Fords-vlllHartford and Beaver Dam, and his work Is receiving favorable comment wherever shown, A splendid new building is going up near the depot at Davidson, Ky. Frank N. Landrum has sold his farm on Browns creek, near Olaton, to a young Mr. Godsey, of that neighborhood. Tho building being erected for W. C. Earp on Front street, Rosine, Is Hearing completion, and 1b to be used at onco as a post office building. c, Boys' Suits at $2, $2.50, 3.00, S3.50, S4 00, $5.00, $6.00, 87.50 up to $10, and Overcoats at about the same range of prices. Raincoats S2. and up. E. P. BARNES &BR0. Unturers and dealers and adopted by with tho mills of Manchester. der its provisions, before the war several of the leading railroads. The new rules are the result of a broke out, $122,000,000 worth of cotton and woolen worsted goods, long study ot tho subject, covering such as are made in Manchester, and exhaustive strength tests, Investigawhich should have been produced by tions of the growth of hickory In tho woods, processes of manufacture, and New England labor, were Imported into this country. These goods were market conditions. Under the now that vast sum in excess of tho impor- specifications handles are selected to weight, as Influenced by tations for tho same period of six months under a Republican Tariff the density of tho wood, and they bill. now include material which may bu Manchester mill operatives cannot either partly or wholly of heartwood, be kept busy and Manchester mills known generally as red hickory. Red cannot run on full time It the Work hickory was formerly discriminated that they should be doing is sent out against lu commercial grading, but i v 0 V' ofthe country. Is all thoro Is to this Tariff H.) (N. proposition. Mnchester Mirror. That Important. Bear in mind that Chamberlain's Tablets not only move tho bowels but improve tho appetlto and strengthen tho digestion. For salo by all dealers. Now Specifications It la now aqqopted, since It has been found that weight for weight It Ih Just as serviceable as the white hickory. Handles which contain small sound knots or bird pecks, so located as not to affect tho strength, are also accepted. : for Hickory : Han- tinople says the Turkish cruiser of fidelity, employer's liability, plate class, steam boiler, burglary, levator, automatic bprlukler, or other branch ot Insurance (except life, pvreonal accident and health Insurance, and Insurance described and taacd or exempted In the proceeding lAragrapb, and excepting also workmen' compensation Insurance carried on uy the members thereof solely for or corporation transacting the busl-ih- h thereon. ! Hamldleh bombarded and destroyed the Russian oil depots and wireless station at Taupse, on the Black Sea. Tuesday. was Tho German submarine rammed by a British vessel and sunk off the north coast ot Scotland. Only one of the crew was drowned. A Danish steamer collided with the German torpedo boat destroyer sinking it. The crew arrived in Copenhagen. , Plans of defense in case U-- CASTOR lit I&ffc&U and ChiUrM. IA Ths KM YivNait Always BwtU Boars th 9ignaUrof Cfa&& Keep the Home Mills Running. Prosperity to Manchester is somecitithing that every public-spirite- d zen of til city is interested In. It is is not and should not be mado a political question. The keeping of Manchester's industries busy and labor employed is of vital interest to every citizen. Anything that would hamper, curtail or cripple these industries, thus throwing labor out of employment and reducing the hours of labor, Is a serious proposition. Tho Underwood Tariff bill is a direct blow to' Manchester's prosperity. It opens tho doors so that the mills of Europo are placed In competition dles. Through new specifications for ax, sledge, adz, pick and other hickory handles the Panama canal authorities havu recently purchased large quantities of this class ot material less than formerly for paid, and at tho same tlmo are getting just as serviceable stock. Tho War Department and tho Navy Department, as well as tho Panama canal commission, have adopted these specifications, which were prepared by tho forest service pilmarily for the use of the various branches Subseof the 'federal government. quently, however, 'they have been approved by tho trade) both manufac one-four- th I When in Louisville I I STOP AT THE 5th Avenue Hotel FRANK ECKERT, Prop. I 1Y H.H. ECKERT, Mgr. Up, $1 European Plan