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Boys and Girls Take DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 21 VILLA REACHES MEXICO Marches HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1914 with reference to marketing the products raised but with roferenco to the purchase of field seeds nnd fertilizers and dealing with diseases of stock and other questions of material Importanco to farmers. The central thought of his address was MUST BE OPEN FOR INSPECTION BRYAN'S 'DRY' PLANK VEXES PARTY HEADS nnd the recognized postton of the party leaders In Congress. Enomles of Mr. Bryan say that sooner or later he Is bound to "spill tho beans," and that the lime has Just about arrived. . CITY Record of All Liquor Shipped that really If the sentiments which he to Dry Territory in Kenoxprcsscd were really Inculcated in minds of tho farmers Rurally, the thoy would go a long ways toward remedying many great and growing evils In the county. Other speakers of tho day wero Mr. W. E. Travis, of Beaver bam, who nbly discussed the question of County Farm Agent; Mrs. Helen B. Wnlcott. who snoke to the ladles in College hall In tho afternoon on the subject of Domestic Science, and J, F. Grimes, whose subject was Public Roads. Several of the speakers who wcro presnt on Friday remained over until Saturday and made splendid addresses. Mtt or Exhibits. In- DjmOCratS in Congress Fear He Government to Help Kentucky Hog Is Parting Company With Wilson. tucky Necessary. Washington, November 29. DemDealers in Intoxicating liquors in were put on the same ocratic leaders' are fearful that Wil- i Kentucky footing with dealers of Intoxicating Ham J. Bryan has raised n political gram Business Men liquors In other States so far as the Issue that may bring him In sharp shlnment of intoxicating llnuors to I'antagonism with President Wilson i .local option territory is concerned, 'and the men who shape party policy 'i ' fT ,1 AAtnliin fM. la leailn la nmtmrltml n I... . ! t MCUIBlUll Ul L11CJ f r iil nt n ' II" I nn n.nsB tf t.i lUUll VI 1119 ltlC 19 UI1IUUU1VU U V tllt3 UJIblOi peals last week In affirming the Judg- - j in' Mr. Bryan's recent statement that Ohio County Farmers' Institute ment of the Kenton Circuit Court in the Democrats of the nation "must held n most successful two-dn- s the case of the Adams Express Com- rally to the support of the movesession nt Hartford, November 27th pany against Crlgler & Crlgler Com- ment having for Its purpose the proThe Ho)s' Corn Club and ii nd 28th. pany, of Covington. The court. In hibition ot the liquor traffic." ii Girl's Tomato Club wcro also in Mr. Bryan has likewise declared deciding this case, construed the and bad appropriate places on Hampton act, which was passed by that Democrats must ndopt woman (lie program. A splendid program Ben W. Taylor Missouri Multi- the Legislature in 1914. It was held suffrage as a party tenet. The secrewas rendered cucb day and wa9 con- plier Corn, 3 to C ears to statk. A that the Hampton act repealed the tary of state has made It plain that tributed to by speakers who were It. Carson Pie Pumpkins, W. F. act of 1906, which was known as the prohibition and equal suffrage are vxperts nnd masters of tlielr respec- Schapmlre Celery. J. A. Caldwell sniping act. Judge twin reforms, one dependent upon tive nubjects. Box of Silage Dr. S. D. Taylor Miller handed down the decision, the other, and that tlir-- must be efOn Friday Mr. T. E. Mcrrlman, W. F. Stevens Turnips. Alfalfa. farm ngent of Jefferson county, It. Holbrook Shredded Fodder and which was concurred In by the whole fected by amendment to the federal The Kentucky Oat Crop For 1014. consltutlon. It Is here that Mr. BryKave n splendid address on the sub- Crimson Clover. Webster Stono Co. court. Washington, D. C, Dec. 1. The Webb- - an finds himself at odds with Presi The court held that the ject of Domestic Animals and their Oolite Ground Limestone. S. C. party leaders In 1914 oat crop of Kentucky will diseases and how to prevent same. Render Alfalfa and Sweet Clover. Kenyon act, which controls tho ship- dent Wilson and the Congress. amount to approximately 3,311,000 This ubject had been aslgned lion. C. C. Chinn Soy Beans. Thomas ment of liquor interstate, is constiIn a spech delivered during the bushels, compared with a total yield tutional, and is in force so far as reW. Newman, Commissioner of Bros. 12 ears corn, weight J. gards the interstate shipments of li- 1912 campaign Mr. Wilson made it of 3,168,000 bushels last year, acAgriculture, who could not be pres- Henry cording to estimates given out today Plrtle 3weet Clover. A. W. ent. Soil and Fertilizers was the Mills Kaffir Corn. Norwood Brown quor Into Kentucky. All shipments plain that he regarded prohibition by the Crop Reporting Board of the as a question to be dealt with by of liquor interstate and intrastate topic of a splendid address by Dr. Seed Corn and Cane Seed. Lay-to- n must be made under the provisions the states. A letter written by the United States Department of AgriFred Mutchler, of Lexington. Other Brown, S. T. Barnctt, T. J. of the Hampton bill, which is now president and given out today shows culture. The acre yield this year prominent speakers of tho day were Smith, J. E. Mitchell each 12 ears in force. that the president adheres to an opin- is 21.5 bushels, and the product is Charles D. Lewis, of Berea; Dr. S. fine corn. bringing the farmers around 54 cents Luther Easterday At first blush it would seem that ion expressed some time ago that D. Taylor, of Beaver Dam, and Mrs. "Prolific Corn." There was a One the decision of the court Is a victo equal suffrage Is a reform to bo per bushel. Last year the average A V. E. Graves, of Hopklnsvlllc. display of fruit by E. M. Morton, of price was 52 cents per bushel. ry for the "wets", but it is not so treated by the states. uplcndld round-tabl- e discussion was Many other exhibits Centertown. The oat crop of Continental Uniconstrued by the "drys." If the first led by Mr. Ellis Mitchell, of Dundee, Brjan Sharply Criticised. that were removed before the name place, ted States this year la estimated at qulto a number of farmer, the Hampton act provides that taking of the exhibitor could be ascertain- intoxicating liquors shall not be shipAt the last session of Congress 1,136,755,000 bushels, or about part. ed bushels more than last seathe Democratic leaders sidetracked ped into local option territory except Prizes were awarded to tho conOne of the mostlnterstlng fea- for personal use" or the use of the the two resolutions proposing amend son's yield. The average yield per testants In the Corn and Tomato acre in 1914 for the entire nation Clubs. Tho Judges were Prof. M. C. tures of the Institute was the large family of the consignee or for chem ments to the constitution looking to was 29.6 bushels and 29.9 bushels number in attendance Farmers ical, medicinal, scientific or sacra- - equal suffrage and prohibition ot Ford, of Bowling Green; Judge Jno ! from w!de,y different sections of the mental usea. A flne of from $50 to the Hqour traffic. Practically all the In 1913. r. Jackson, of Rockport, and Mr. W. $200 is imposed for a violation ot party leaders, notably those from II. niioads. of Hartford. Thoje,1"""" in active interest, in tne proceedings. the act. the. South, are of the opinion that Vaccine Won't Cure Glanders wlnnlriK prizes., for the greatest numHones. Tho subject of County Farm Agent An elaborate system of keeping that these two question should not ber of bushels raised on one acre Washington, D. C, Dec. 3. After wore Itlgdon didders, of near Rock-por- t, .was discussed freely and the prevall- - records is provided in the bill, so be obtruded Into the domain of fedlng sentiment seemed to be in favor that every gallon of intoxicating li- eral legislation. They insist that months of careful investlgatipn the whoso yield was 102 bushels Bureau of Animal Industry has come .and 4 pounds; prize given by Prof of having the Fiscal Court of Ohio quors that is shipped Into local op- they shall be considered and decided to the conclusion that vaccine is, not to engage a competent man for that tion territory must be recorded In a by the states. The leaders in Conund 4 pounds; prize given by Prof. position. Not a dissenting voice book, and that book shall be open to gress are entirely in harmony with effective in rendering horses immune Henry Leach, of Hartford. Second aginst the proposition the public. Under the old law in President Wilson on these subjects, from glanders. The bureau recomjprlzo went to Roosevelt Chllders, of vas hoard throughout the proccdlngs. Quite trastate shipments ot intoxicating li- and there Is sharp criticism of Sec- mends a discontinuance of the serum near Rockport, whose yield was 95 and advises that all attention be conbushels and 48 pounds on one acre. n number of persons who atended quors Into local option territory were retary Bryan because of the prombrought exhibits of products of their prohibited. inence that he gave suffrage and centrated on the detection and deThe prlzqwas" given by Mr. Ernest struction of the diseased horses. A "Woodward, of Hartford. Charles farms, which added a good deal of Under the new law there Is no prohibition as "national issues" in thorough disinfection of water Interest to tho occasion. ship- this month's issue ot the Commoner. Hicks, of near Dundee, won third limit to the amount that can be A keen interest was manifested ped. There are numerous local opa letter Just written by Presi- troughs, buildings, mangers, etc., In prize, the yield being 72 bushels which the diseased animals have stud 40 pounds per acre, and this on the subject of Boys' Corn Club tion laws, however, to prohibit the dent Wilson to Miss Mary M. Chllds come in contact with should be made and Pig Club, and Girls' Tomato sale ot Intoxicating liquors in this of this city, commenting on the prize was given by the Hartford ReClubs. It will be seen from the State. statement made by Miss Chllds, that In order to successfully check the publican. Other prices wcro awardspread ot the malady. The case wa3 brought before the woman suffrage should come through ed to Elbert Austin, W. R. Carson, aobve list that several individuals and several business firms of the court by Crlgler & Crlgler Company, the states, Mr. Wilson said: Jr.. and Clyde Taylor for 1st, 2d county Yellow Book Issued by French. contributed to the prizes of- who had sold liquor to F. M. McKee. "I am deeply Impressed with the and 3d best ten ears of corn, reParis", Nov. 30. The French Forspectively. Whitley county, movement tor woman suffrage, but eign Office today gave out a Yellow The prizes given in each fered the boys In their Corn Club of Williamsburg, contest. This spirt of encourage- which is local option territory. The I have thought with you that It can instance by Commissioner of AgriBook which recites from the standculture. Tho winners of prizes of- ment on the part of business and Adams Express Company refused to be best worked and most solidly point of France the events which professional men is to be felt all carry the liquor into local option ter- and conclusively if developed from fered by tho Ohio County Ifiscal led'ttp.ta the present war. Court will bo ascertained and an- over tho county, and In several sec- ritory, by mandamus Crlgler & Crlg- state to state under the constitution, This .book reviews at length the tions of the county men have ex- ler sought to compel the Adams Ex- as it now stands, rather than by nounced later. diplomatic exchanges previous to the pressed themselves freely as being press Company to carry the liquor, sweeping changes in the fundamental Of tho Girls' Tomato Club, of war. An abstract Such a change declaration second and Mabel McKernan willing to contribute to the encour- and this relief was granted by the law of the nation. given out by the Foreign Office lays would, I think, be running too fast lah Baize won first prlzo, Edith agement of tho Boys Corn Club for Kenton Circuit Court. emphasis upon the responsibilities ot pubThis movemnt Chinn second und Mabel McKernan the coming year. Tho rocord book is open to the in- and too far ahead ot the genral Austria as primal cause of the conand Irene Ford third prizes, for seems to be taking on a renewed spection ot the world, so that the lic sentiment of the country." flict, and says that Germany perand more intense spirit, both ot Democratic leaders hostile to Mr. h most tomatoes canned off "drys" feel that the construction of sistently avoided every opportunity up a stump as to and aggressiveness, and ncro. .Prizes wero given by Commisthe act by the court will result in a Bryan apear to be to adopt 'measures of. conciliation For the girls the Ohio County Boys' Corn Club great victory for them eventually. the reasons that Impelled the sec- and reach a settlement. sioner of, Agriculture. ond of the leadsufto becom.o h bids fair who canned mobt tomatoes off They feel that with the restrictions retary ot state to Indorse woman In Its presentation of the case the ucro at least expense, first ing corn clubs ot the State. placed upon shipments of liquor in- frage and prohibition at a time when French' Foreign "Office" places the reTho success ot this Institute is to local option territory as are pro- they are trying to push them Into prize, Riven by tho Bank of Hartsponsibility ' fully upon Austria and ford, was won by Irene Ford. Sec due largely to the persistent and un vided by the bill violations of tho law the background. They are of tho relates that 'dreal 'Britain, Russia and opinion that Mr. Bryan's proclamaond prize, given by Her & Black, tiring efforts ot Judge John B. Wil will be reduced to the minimum. France were ready 'tb'adopt means of tions on these subjects are bound to was won by Bonner Barrett, and son, who contributed liberally of settlement but lha the 'Teuton allies third prize given by Carson & Co., both time and money to arrange tor The Income Tux Returns Disap- embarrass both the administration would" not ' consent. the meeting and bring to It men and and the party representatives In ConV.UB won by Mubol McKernan. Germany's' ultimatum to Russia is pointing. women of talent and experience to gress. They Insist that Mr. Bryan girl who raised most For tho said to have precipitated the rupWashington, D. C, Dec. 2. Much must have known that President Wil, h aero regardless take part in the program. on to the disappointment ot popular son regarded suffrage and prohibi- ture. cost, first prize, given by Fair & of France, according to this yellow fiction writers, there are only 44 per- tion as purely state questions, and McCreury Agulnnt Extra Session. Co., was wen by Beulah Baize. Secsons in the United States whose in- for this reason have gone out of book exhausted every possible avenue Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 1. There ond prlzo, given by the Hartford of conciliation before she decided to an- his way to give them prominence will be no special session of the Ken- comes are more than $1,000,000 Herald, was won by Edith Chinn. draw tho sword to defend her very nually, according to a report issued at this time. Mr. J. C. Riley, of the Citizens tucky General Assembly to approprilife. by the Treasury Department. The While Mr. Bryan has generally Bank of Hartford, offered prizes to ate money to pay for livestock denumber ot Income tax payers shown a disposition to subordinate Ken. Camden Sujs He Spent $5,(113. the five girls whos ehowod most in- stroyed under tho direction of tho total year was 358,000 nnd approxihimself in this administration, he has Washington, Nov. 30. Final camterest and patience in their attempt Federal Bureau of Animal Industry last mately 30,000 ot them were wom- on two occasions at least taken a paign expense acounts wero filed toto raise tomatoes. Tho prize of $1 In tho effort to eradicate the foot en. Most of inthe persons paying course apparently at variance with day by Senators Smoot, ot Utah; .nch, was won by Ara Barrett, Edith and mouth disease until after ConIncomes the wishes ot the president. In the Galllnger, of New Hampshire, and Ford, Bonner Barrett gress has had a chance to act, and come taxes received annual Chinn, Irene of from $3,333 to $5,000. recent campaign for the senatorshlp Camden, of entucky. Senator Smoot und Mabel McKernan. The girls are probably no at all. ' finding it both interesting and profiIn Illinois Mr. Bryan ted an old spent $5,707 and received no conGov. McCreary said the situation table to give some time and atten- is interstate, the Federal authorit- Blue and Gray Gather on Battlefield. grudge by opposing the nomination tributions. Senator Galllnger receiv Franklin, Tenn., Nov. 30. The fif- ot Roger Sullivan. It is the under ed $5,652 and spent $3,634. Senator ies have acted for the benefit, not tion to tho tomato club. On Saturday Mr. C. L. Taylor, an only of States in which the disease tieth anniversary of the Battle of standing that Mr. Bryan invaded Camden reported no contributions Ohio county boy, who is at presnt exists, but as well for the benefit Franklin, one ot the bloodiest ot Illinois without consulting his su- and spent $5,613. After the primrales, Mr. County .Farm Agent of Hopkins of Stats that are not inteced; a spe- the Civil War, was observed here by perior. days, Tuesdays and Fridays each survivors. Sullivan having won, the adminiscounty, delivered a splendid address cial session would cost the State $2,-0- Union and Confederate e enweek. Hours 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. 17t the day for a period it was in Impressive exercises were participat- tration indorsed this on these subjects of Agriculture Co.. . , Osteopath. operation. Mr, Taylor presented existence, and in any event the value ed in by Gen. D. J. Palmer, com- emy ot the peerless leader. Now Mr, Dr. Claude Wilson, ot Central City, his subject from a new and interest- of the stock destroyed should be as- mander ot the O. A. R., and Gen. Bryan takes up suffrage and prohibiing vlowpoint. He spoke ot organ- certained before anything was done Bennett H. Young, commander of tion In a way to bring him into con- has opened bis oSce agala is Comflict' with the views ot the president mercial Hotel; Hartford, Ky.' Office not only about paying tor it. ' the United Confederate 'Veterans. x ization and Part in Pro- I I I ' A A ses-hIo- anti-Intersta- te y Ruixers. Tho modern method of solving agricultural problems by Investigating thorn, not only In the laboratory, but nUo on the farm In with the farmer, bus given such admirable results that It Is to be applied to the crusade. Congress has aproprlated a half million dollars to carry on the work and experiments will be made In all i parts of the United States. The aim will be not only to exterminate the disease in the test sections, but also to discover the most practical, efficient and economic methods for continuing the work throughout the country. This investigation will fill a long-fe- lt want In Kentucky, as the hog death rate in this State from cholera is 90 per 1,000 head, and hog raisers are losing an average of 136,000 hogs, valued at $1,050,000, from this disease annually. ra at Head Troops. of 25,0C0 Declares His Only Mission Ifi To Restore Order. 16-lb- s. ""1"ratullTO'"" Mexico City, Nor. 30. Gen. Villa entered the capital today at the head of about 25,000 troops. He arrived during the afternoon in the suburbs where he remained during the evening reclving delgations and foreign Consuls. Villa will not enter the capital part of the city until the arrival of Provisional President Gutierrez. Gen. Ville issued the following statement to the Assocfated Press: "My only mission is to restore order in Mexico and not to take personal revenge on anyone. 'I promise that order will bo restored at once. I am acting as the subordinate ot Provisional President Butierrez and the National Committee. "The provisional President Is now the supreme in "Mexico and I am merely acting as field commander of the armies. All foreigners and foreign property will b protected." Villa left Tula this mornlg after receiving news of the capture of by the cavalry brigade of Gen. Racul Madera. The Carranza troops retired after a skirmish between outposts. "This is better than my last visit when I came here as a friendless prisoner of Huerta," remarked Gen. Villa upon his arrival. Narrowly Escapes Death. "Gen. Villa had a narrow escape from death Just before his entry Into the city. His train collided with the train of Gen. Chao above Tnln Tlilrfv.turn nfirenna nram frill- ed and woadei. 0ne mile below the, scene of the wreck six mines were found connected with a next morning. po.r Pa-chu- ca Send Wheat to Europe. The United States has approximately 300,000,000 bushels ot wheat on hand this year for export and practically all ot it will probably be sold to the warring countries of Europe. According to a report issued by the United States Department, of Agriculture the wheat production of the United Staes thi3 year will be around 892,000,009 b.ushels and only 10,000,000 bushels will be needed for food consumption and seed purposes at home. The per capita wheat ..consumption Will of Kentucky for food is 4.5 bushels, and the total annual requirement for seed and food purposes in this State is 11,600,000 bushels, leaving a surplus of production this year ot approximately 692,000 bushels. Belgium Must Pay Vast Sum. A message Nov. 30. from Brussels to the Handelsblad states that the German Governor of the province of Brabant, In which Brussels is located, convoked a meeting of financiers and told them that Belgium must pay 35,000,000 francs ($7,000,000) monthly for the maintenance of German troops. In addltoln to this sum, It is said, Belgium must contribute a war levy of 375,000,000 francs ($75,000,000) as a penalty for violation ot neutrality by Belglum3 and losses ensuing therefrom to Germany. Kentucky Bou-Chi- ono-tent- Amsterdam, one-tent- one-tent- Kentucky Apple Crop Statistics. Washington, D. C, Nov. The 1914 apple crop of Kentucky is estimated at 8,351,000 bushels, accord ing to a report ot the Federal De partment of Agriculture Issued re cently. The yield tn 1913 was 6,- 900,000 bushels and 9,600,000 bushels in 1912. The condition ot the crop at tho present time is 64 per cent of normal, and the average con dition during tho past ten year per iod has been 49 per cent ot normal. The apple crop ot continental Uni- 00 ted States Is estimated at 230,249,-00- 0 old-tim- -- bushels for 1914, while the yield last year was only 145,400,000 bushels. The average price being paid to farmers for apples, at the present time is 62 cents per bushel. H "-- T - r- - - T'e ? -- J -- v ?. j V i MF AIR'S DECEMBER S ALEftt ( ! W,!WK'BM-- ni ' ... .: SffiffWM'n5 :'n ' : li JIt f lit ii Wm... uv: ...!, J J i i I :ff iO7 i 'tfSSW I lu LI . fcLLiV. . E7 . ;,. iw ! smi 1 . 7f u. Vf, 'ill. . ,' B, ii 'Jl V t , MH W I U Here comes our big December Special Sale right at a time when people need the merchandise. We are 4 sure you are going to appreciate the effort we are putting forth to help ycu in these strenuous times. We want we can do it. 4. to make this a banner occasion for December, and by your X co-operati- :IM1: T A 0FW tfS&i ak4VW'UU in CTm i V.SSrrJC n f"' . U HT uu.n.c ' '!WnT?- - rm; f J' ia ;j a VsiUff it..irrjj'inr-T- a yr ff.rWJirVNJ v on I 4 1( This Big Sale Will Start Tuesday, Dec. 8 Please be on hand, and REMEMBER THAT IT i X And will close Tuesday, December 15h. Remember the date. 1 PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. A Ten Per Cent Reduction on Every Article in the House During the Sale Men's Clothing. Coat Suit And Cloak Department. .1.H Well, It's a shame to cut prices In this department so early in the season, hut we mean to make this a sure enough BARGAIN OCCASION, hence we will not hold even these seasonable goods in reserve. This means a saving to you of not less than 25 per cent on etery garment. Head below: 412.50 Ladles' Coat Suits, blue-blac$0.08 SI 1.00 115.00 Ladies' Coat Suits, good shades 119.00 Ladles' Coat Suits $14.08 December Staple Specials. Hope Bleach Cotton Hoosicr Domestic Apron Gingham Best 20c Ticking Heavy Outing Cloth 10c Percals Good styles Gingham, 10c quality 20c Table Oil Cloth Good quality Crash Goon Calico A ten per cent reduction on all staples. 7 sc you arc Intcrcxtcd at thW tlmrj In PuitH or OvfrcoatH, jou canHead blo-'- : It rn"arm raon;y to oti not afford to inlBB thin al Male iirlcj Mn' J20.00 HultH. $1 i.UH Mci'ii I 8.00 HultH, Halo price Mcmi'h ;i.r.00 Huitli. alu irlco Ml.UH U.VH 12.r,0 HultH. Half price hU-ji'- 5fjc -- ,c tKc He c &. Boys' Clothing Department. 3lrH' HultH, reijular JG.OO value itoh' liluc Htk: HultH, ?,.) ulu: lioyii' Taney WorKteil HultH. .'! 50 valuj lloyn' CiHlimere HultH, VI fit) value Two-I'lec- u lllu: I!H.8 Kit.MH i3c gc 11 'l.UH (t.lH ? 4 Ladies Long Coats. 1 c Men's Odd Coats. 46.00 Coalii, Hale, price. . 42.5ft CoatH, Halo price 5,C Coatu, calf! price ., hU-n'- ... ), :s.Oii biiUH tH ....$!. 1.2t 15.00 Long CoatH 12.50 Ladles' Long Coats 10.00 Ladles' Long Coats 1IU- Odil f'.intH . . . . ..SI. 00, SI rcdiK tloiiH on Men'H OvercoatH and M.."0 45.00 Ladles' Long Coats Proportionately low price in Children's and Misses'. year's goods and a fine selection to pick from. SI 1.00 S 0.08 $ 8.00 $ 3.00 All December Specials In Notions. O. N. T. Thread Sansllk Brass Pins 5c Shoe Laces Good Pearl Buttons tc c this 4c (second h) .c oc A) i Winter Underwear. ni a lime whii Hioho k'"1h vill bo moat needed you aro lo liny lliern at a ruducuil price., la. irurm wcatlior prepare for ciliJ II 'h niirii lo come 50(; v.iluo Mch'h Klat Kleecd Hlilrtit .,.....-,..- ,. ......rfK.4'Jr 'lOo Value Men'H I'lat Flwvtul DrawerH .....,.......,..... .,.4'Jc Men'ii fl 00 I'l.it Klueced HhlrtH ................. . .Men'H ?I 00 Klal Fleeced Drawcni ...-..- .,. hx- Meii'11 Uihlteil I'leerud UiidnrolilrtH ... ...... .,. 1Uc Menu Itililnd Kleeted DruwiTH -- ... ,4Uc , Men'ii 1 1. 00 Quality Hlblied Dnlon SultH .8(r 'llieno nro extra viiIuoh t'omo In HhlrtH hIzo 30 to H Draw '.'.'1 Hiivn money liy lo 11 tint lino. Our Millinery Department. g'-Ini: tSui .... ....,... .,....,..,... .8c It Is a conceded fact that our Ladles' Hats are the peer of anything to be found in Ohio county when It comes to style. We are going to show you that wo appreciate your trade, by giving some exceedingly low pri's to you during this December Sale. Our line Is so varied that we cannot quote ou price here, hut if Interested, come during tlih sale an J v.e guarantee ou absolute satisfaction in price, style and quality December Specials in Woolen Dress Goods. h 36-inc31-inc- f' ..Me .. . h h h Blue Sarge, $1 00 quality Blue or Black Sorgo Wool Novelties Wool Challts Uc I V ...,.,.....,..,... .42c Onr Shoe Department. This big reduction cornea at a time when shoes are most needed and are going to be In demand. Notwithstanding the almost dally Incnuse In all leather, we are going to offer homo very special value In our Shoe Department. Note the reductions: Our III. 50 Ladles I'at Leather Shoes $2.08 Our $3.00 Ladies' Kid Ilutton Shoes $2.00 Our 2 50 Ladies' Gun Metal Mutton Shoes Sl.oi) Our $2 00 Ladles' Kid Hutton Shoes .Sl.70 IjUI.Ol) Men's Gun Metal Hutton Shoes, $3.50 value Men's Gun Metal, Tan or Patent Shoes, $4.00 value g't.OO Men's $ 1.75 Henvy Work Shoos 81.50 Men's l.'S.OO Work Hhdos " $2.10 A ten per cent reduction on all children's Shoes, Ho wise! Uuy now, and save money. December Specials in Cotton Dress Goods. A splending line of plain und fancy weaves In Poplins, all of the new shades, all regular 2Cc aud 35c sellerb, our December Sale ..., price I Men's Hat Department. Tim new Mylon are extreme In color and Hliape, but tliat'H what you want, and w are prepm-to kIvo tlifin to you Vou can afford 10 illMutril lliiMild one ror a new one at our HAIH IMtlOK. lli'ii'ii 12 00 valuen all Hliiiilen H.1U l TiO Men'ii valueu (riluu-niack- ) $I.S! .Men'ii $2 fiO vitluiM, all hlt.ideH $1,118 !i 00 value, Mcii'm (Jrny only) KJ.UO ifoyii' Ilatii an low In pioportlon. Hpyelul prko In Moii'h und A fnitiiii.ito tlniu for you to luy theao uoodH ut Ymilli'H Capn 11 ;utv irl( i). Xmas Opening. Our resulur opening lll tuko jiluce HATIMUUV, IKf". ut,. jK. Ket lino of Tojs for the children, us well us u Kient line of ueful piescntri for tho older folUH, that tins heeu our plcisino lo Mum for jeur.s. Bring the children und let them enjoy the luy with us c. member the Un, HATUltDAY, DKCKMUKIt lOtli. - The Above Prices Are for Cash Will Be at Regular , Ot-ily- . Goods Charged 4 THE COUNTRY'S WAR AGAINST THE FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE Most Contagious of A:! Stock Plagues Affects Particularly Cattle, Swine, and Sheep Germs of the Disease Carried by Cats, When One Animal in a Herd Dorjs and Pouliry Becomes Infected It Is Considered Useless to Attempt to Save the Remainder. Prepared by the United States Depart-meri- t of Agriculture. Fourteen stated have been quarantined liy tlio United Stntcs novum-mfi- t for dlnease MnnHacliuwltH, Ithotlo IfIiukI, Now York, New Jersey, !)l:iviire, I'onnsyl-vnnln- , Maryland, Ohio, Indiana, , Michigan. lowu nnd Kentucky. TIiIh 'dUe.iho Is now to lilt-iioIWln-onsln- farmers of tlio United Stolen, for I hero havo been only tlvo outbreaks In tlio history of tho country and of Uicko tho first threo Merc unimportant and tlio two others confined to a comparatively limited area. In Euro. however, it has loir; been a well known and drend sonuraRO. Should it ever bo iernltted to cntnbllsh an Grmly hern It would cause not only tremendous Iomos to stock but yBHIJHWIHJKB ' Typical Lesions on the Feet. seriously Interfere with tbe supply of moat for tbe people. Tbe disease affects particularly cattle, swine and sheep It Is characterised b; sores In tbe the mouth which make swallowing yabsful and frequently came the To refuse iU Food, and by soreii 'on the feet which canse lameness and 1n severe cases, cccasona.lh result In the hoofs dropping off. Tbe animal! wfcHHi.atroriUnaryi rapidity Ua4 la the ease of milk cows the milk Sayafy la to aertoaaly affecte that It jfjaausaUy drtea an "altOKefiierr The Aral eVWeoees of The disease are a ifMM fadoved qalekly by fever, tbe jtofcyeratare sometlraea rising as high mm Fahrenheit Small decree jraridea or blister about the size of a pea appear shortly after In the An the (month and spread rapidly. adrancea ropy saliva hang from the afflicted animal's mouth. which ia opened snd shot with n peculiar smacking sound. In a short Itlme similar eruptions appear on the Ifeet.4 which are red. tender, swollen land painful In conaequeuco the perslsta In lying down and bed (ores soon develop. Tho udders of rank cows are also nuscoptlble anil the acres Interfere with milking. ' Moat Contagious of Stock Plagues, Although tho mortality la. except In t rvcry wvcro outbreaks, comparatively disease ia prob 5ov. (ably the meat contafiloua of all irtock plasms. The p.enu which causes It 'Is bo small that It li Invisible under 'the m'tfcroscoiio and passes through jthc finest filter known to science. It can .bo carried In any ono of a hunt dred ways. In nddltlon to direct with affected animals, tlio difeaFp 'can bo communicated by hay, straw, "beddlw:. harness, ropes. In fact, that has ocn Indirectly came 1n contact with diseased nuitnnls. 'Cat, dogs, and poultry havo been known to carry tho germ from farm !to farm, and In particular this Is frequently dono by human beings. Already In tho present outbreak cases aro on record whero tho curiosity of formora has lod them to visit Infected herds. On their return to tholr own homes these men havo given the to their own animals. For thU reason the authorities are urging upon every one the duty of refraining from such visits nnd of keeping strangers from visiting Ihelr stock. The coutagiousucB8 of the disease Indeed is such that when ono animal lu a herd becomes Infected It Is considered useless to attempt to save the remainder of tho herd. For this reason the federal authorities have adopted the only practical method of stamping out the dlseaee, namely, the daughter of all cattle, sheep and swtno on an Infected farm. When a case Is discovered a deep trench fs dug, the animals led Into It, slaughtered, their hides slashed, and the cap masses treated with quicklime and then burled under at least five feet of to earth. It Is advisable HboK slaughter In order ditch the animals In themay not become afthat the ground fected by dragging the dead bodies ' over it The hides are slaehed pnrt-!l- y In order to facllltato the action o( the lime and partly to remove any temptation to dig them up again nnd soil them. The entire farm premises are the thoroughly disinfected and no . tock allowed upon them for a period of approximately sixty days. Appraiser Values the Herd. In order to compensate tbe owner anl-Tha- taf lt anl-Ixn- of his property thus condemned In the Interest of the public welfare, an appraiser is appointed by thu state authorities to value the herd. Thu sum Hum llxed Is divided equally between tlio state and the federal authorities. In tho last outbreak In l'.iOS In New Kngland It cost tho fedrral governs ment, which was then paying of the appraised vnlues, approximately $noo,000 for condemnation, sluugbter and disinfection. Tho present outbreak Is regarded as much more serious. Tho Inspectors engaged In this work aro equipped with a complete rubber outfit which can be thoroughly (Uninfected after each exposure to Infection. Persons who havo not tho ndvantago of this equipment should rigorously refrain from exposing themselves to tho least risk of Infection. As has already been said, tho disease 327 tRK v u ztmz Is frequently transmitted by human beings, and It Is really a crime for nny ono to gratify his curiosity at Slaughtered Cattle In Trench Ready tho expeiiKo of his neighbors. In ndfor Burial. dltlon to this daugur thcro aro also a number of cases on record In which authorities by reporting every susboth children and adults have become picious case of sore mouth or lame-ncsamong their stock and by asInfected themselves. Ordinarily the disease Is not serious In men, but sisting In enforcing the quarantines, weakly children who drink contamiboth federal and local, which have nated milk suffer so severely that In been declared. a few cases death has been known to result. With udults tho malady usually takes no more serious form than EXCELLENT POINTS a slight eruption In the mouth similar CONCERNING SWINE to fevor blisters and possibly a similar eruption on the hands and fingers There may be also some fever and nausea, but there Is comparatively lit- Alfalfa Recognized as of Greatest tle danger. In countries where the Value in Hog Feeding-C- are disease Is prevalent many authorities for Sows. believe that It Is fairly general In human beings but that tbe consequent (Dy C. S. MILLER.) disturbances in health are so slight If you Intend to plow your blue that they are not brought to the atgrass and clover pastures next spring, tention of physicians. let the pigs have free range over them Started In Michigan. until the snow falls. The present outbreak originated In No other feed for small pigs ranks southern Michigan but how the germ as high In value as skim milk. If found Its way there Is not yet defiyou do not. have plenty of It on your nitely known. It seems probable (bat own farm, better arrange to get some 3153 caTtTeT became InfectedT that 'froSTa TTeTghbor, even If It takes their milk was tent to a creamery trouble to do ItTJfiSilSSfEKsVS' Q!&. the skim, mlljf then returned to ' 75" !ue""Vest tlfalfa Is now recogbe'led to hogs. A herd ol taffi? nized ,as of the greatest, value In hogl was then shipped to hoTfeeaing. Give a brood sow plenty where they Infected tho Block. of cut alfalfa with a small ration of yards before they themselves revealed corn, say not more than two pounds any symptoms of the disease. Once per day, and she will corns through this bad taken place, every shipment the winter In fine condition'. of stock from Chicago to other parts A slop made of shorts and hot waof tbe country was likely to spread ter, fed every other day, Is an excelthe Infection. For this reason fed- lent thing for brod sows. eral Inspectors have for some time A good many men will tear themnow been engaged In tracing, by the selves from close proximity to a hot aid of hills of lading and other railout Into the storm, shovel road records, each of theBe shipments stove, dash of corn on tha ground to Its destination and Inspecting the a few bushels then, wfye them accounts for the for their boga, and stock there. This to shiver and freeze wlti9Jile(lua,e re- discover' of cases In states as far shelter during the nlgHT TJ&?" men 8Ure are the fellows who there Is no money InTiog raising. Since Doctor Moore s discovery of the hitherto unknown qualities of copperas, it has been used with great ol buccoss to preserve the health hogs. A very email portion, say a BBbW Sv .BBBBBf .vitvVi. teaspoonful In a barrel of drinking water onco or twice a week. Is recommended. two-third- though tho farmer receives tho appraised value of his herd, It Is Inevitable that the summary slaughter of nil his stock Miould cniiBo him considerable Inconvenience as well as Indirect financial Ions. To those who can fco no further ahead than this nnd who do not reallao what It would mean to the rntlro country If thef disease were onco to gnln a firm foothold hero, thcro Is n nnlural temptation not to report suspicious cases to th9 authorities. This, however, Is simply to cut off one's nose to spite ono's fnce. The disease cannot be stamped out by Ignoring It. Tlio only possible way In which stock ralsen. can save thmnsclves tremendous losses In the now with tho future Is to FOREST RANGERS PREPARE FOR WINTER Desert The Lookout and Make Ready For The Heavy Snows. Washington, Nov. .10. Out In tho snow plied reaches of ICO Federal forest reserves a small army of forest rangers, llncle Sam's most nlsturcs-qu- o employes, are burning brush, making trail nnd building bridges, In order thut timber for the niultlfnrl-HU- 3 uses of posterity may not perish from the faco of tho earth. Mounted on suowshocs or skis, and clothed In corduroys nnd niacklnaw, the forest ranger has settled down to his winter's work, far back In the wooded hills, miles from human companionship, with uo line of communication hut tho attenuated strand of telephone wire, which ho himself has strung behind hliu. For the forest ranger Is n kind of "hibernating" animal that works whllo he hlber-nntc- s, with the last danger of destructive forest fires gone with the urrlval of the heavy snows, ho deserts his lookout station nnd devotes his attention to the work of the winter, thu cleaning up of his range and the maintenance of the trails he has wrought through the forest. The first snows start the ranger out to burn the brush piles lef by the logging crews that cut over sale ureas nnd free use timber on his range. The brush is left in piles until a wet blanket of snow insures against the starting of forest fires from the blazing refuse. Then it is burned with the snow on hand as nature's own fire extinguisher. The ranger furbishes up his snow- shoes or skis, and patches up his hand or dog sled. A way over on the other side of his range he knows there is a bridge that spans a mountain torrent, which needs consider able strengthening to stand the weight the break-u- p of the winter's Ice and the spring freshets will put upon It. So ho loads a quarter of a ton of bridge iron on his sled, hitches up his dogs, shoulders a provision pack and closes up the log cabin that he calls headquarters. He may have pass to negotiate a seven or eight thousand feet in altitude, where the wet heavy snow clogs his snowshoes and where he may have to make three or four trips to haul his pack over the crest. When he arrives at his destination he may find his bridge burled under a ten-fodrift of heavy snow, which he will spend a day penetrating. Through delays and heavy traveling, he may find his supplies giving out, and by the time he has fought his way through a snowstorm back to headquarters he may have been lunching for days on frozen raw bacon, and sleeping In sodden blankets under n sheltering tree. Throughout the long winter the ranger Is kept busy with Just such Jobs as these. Ten feet of snow may come down from the mountains and bury his cabin, and he must dig himself out and take the trail. And he must keep everlastingly at it unsends him til tho spring break-u- p scurrying to tho high points to watcli for the curl of smoke that foretells tho coming of the forest fire. 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BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor Addxese rbt all communications Hartford Republican. to NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS et&tf Jutft Fit ttif Fulerttr cwlrltK tb olil addrtM Iti idiiMiie tb ivrut ir rrJ to n u Ho nml w e hikI Sotlf per Its tor tati mlillilonul inTtlin. ol Tbifllr.Sc Oblnbrln, HffoiatloiiF anil per 11li. noEf j- Id nd trrv. but oth-Cfctrch Sfitkf for frrl fc- r lln. tzt:h aire rtlffts-tt- f. i.Lotj ito loiLiiiOtilcatloiin will rclT? no rtft. Imtlnf' Locl ac. ttfttni. CA2&cexi&x ris:a' "Why 'i'.-- t: i o 3 FRIDAY, l)Kri:.MHi:K 4. do they not name one of the new dances the Panama slide? It Is possible that the river of doubt empties Into Salt river. It Is so easy to get things "mixed" at Frankfort, during the legislature. can bc taltcn as proof u,Bt! waitinc" is at an cnu. at k " $ least In the sense and to the extent that we are not to continue waitinc, 8 on Mexican soil, for the Mexicans .:. to reconcile an Irreconcilable conWe may continue watching, flict. but we are waiting no longer. Five of our warships are still anchored In Vera Cruz harbor, but the Invasion is at an end. It tha nvnrnatlnn vlipn flip sltllll- - ?.'$ tlon appear to be, and no doubt Is, more cltlcal than at any previous time, really signifies a new wish in the administration to take hands off, and await the constitution of a form of Mexican government which can be recognized at Washington, this country Is to be congratulated upon such a change of policy. The dispatches reporting the evacuation Include the statement that Gen. Fun-sto- n Is bringing back with him all of the revenues collected while the United States was in possession of the Vera Cruz custom house. The ' f moneys will lie In the Washington ' fj treasury until such time as a gov- - ' & eminent is set up o tlin Plti rf " Mexico which the government at ,., Washington can recognize as a gov- - ( X. ernment de facto. The withdrawal i ... can be taken as Indicating that Wash-- 1 J Ington has but small hope of any such an early adjustment of Mexican affairs, and that It has grown tired of watching and waiting for It to v ykis- i u i.eOaOOOOi&$$O0OOOOOOOO&OOiJi I - ITlEZOZ tbest jE; peace ii mgrf OLZIIJI it 'TiradhtioM8 9' 7- 3- a a O o o o i'i o o ': 9 9 i'.'t .) t f i'i appear. Ccpyripht lLirtSthaffcir i. Marx There will undoubtedly be heard If Japan does not do better the Allies threaten to send her to the protest and remonstrance against a Wisdom leads the fighting men out of the enve of Tradition to look & withdrawal at a time when there i minors. Hi on the vision of Peace: the ploughman, the woman and child. was more prospect of opportunity to Canal has not been use the troops than ever before. Such The Panama : as costly as the little Yser Canal in reasoning will fall to comprehend :'. Belgium. that It may have been the growing z-."v prospect of such a use which has . As the interest In foot ball wanes, determined the president upon the the moth ball forces Itself upon the withdrawal. The events which have atentlon of the public. succeeded the departure of Huerta, In condl- :' When the American flag sailed thelr exhibition of the chaotic and the tion f affalrs Jn nway from Vera Cruz, the Mexicans ,the utter fue;;dence the' Bailed into one another. everything . had been , tillty Gov. McCreary is afraid to call an done In the development of Mr.' Wll- extra session of the legislature. He son's "watchful waiting" policy, may well be believed to have decided him has had experience with It. upon a withdrawal of the troops be- Conslder the things which have fore they could be involved, and in- happened since John Lind went to volve us, in a war which would be Mexico to settle it for the President. the climax of all our futile dickering. ' It is significant that as fast as the to aWhen the president next address-- , cjty was evacuated by American es Congress no doubt he will be glad .troops It was occupied by Mexican us. to see some smiling faces for the last soldiers, of some faction yet to be time definitely determined, and that the United States consul at the port fr all of us off. ,.-,- -. Democrats talk about Stanley actp. from . ,n and numerous other candidates for command pledges of safety t0 Amcrl. Governor, but they will nominate cans and ofher foreigners. The works. as must, o t!us Camden. ships left in' the harbor will probs? ably serve to make these pledges The Progressive National Commitis good, even though a battle between s tee is holding a meeting to determine . Mexicans for the possession of Vera whether or not they will disband. Cruz may be the next feature in a iil-What Is the use? seritf-comi- c tragedy. Globe Paris fashions are not half so as some people thought. The Fire Destroys Gjm at Centre College. most attractive feature of women HO-SIER- Y. Danville, Ky Nov. 24. At five a-apparel Is the woman. o'clock on the morning of November m Turkey has explained that the 23, fire was discovered in the base- shot was merly a friendly greeting. ment of tne ncw So might have been the arrest of Alumni Gymnasium and the College m Unlon Building of Centre College and our sailors at Tampico. before help could arrive and the lo- & Down in Nashville a Democratic cal fire department reached the scene "prosperity" dinner party was storm-- 1 the blaze was beyond control and the cd by sevral thousand unemployed building was completely gutted. The who demanded a "hand out." They loss was approximately $40,000 with & were finally dispersed by the police. insurance of about $15,000. This gj The Home of Hart Schaffncr fe Marx Clothes & : handsome new bulldinc had lust been & President Wilson does not mean completed and was to have been , . ' to recognize the one term plank hi thrown open next week. This was .g. & the Baltimore platform so far as the the first and most completely and Sj t "..Jr nomination goes. However, he may nnrl inmlprn pnufnnpil liiillfllnir nf lt ???. ' a- required to do so by a higher trib- kind in the South. unal than the Democratic party. The Scarcely had tho smoke died away ' people have a last say. from the ruins before active an.l in the war zone show turret forts these weapons to military eyes is the 'to us during the Illness of our lltth thorogolng preparations and plans WATCH completely wrecked by German Are. system of transportation employed sou who died last Monday. You will Hon. G. 11. I.ikeiiK, at prebiit were under way for the Immedlato OFFICERS There Is nothing to Indicate, howev- by which tho gun and Its carriage always have a tender spot In our chief deputy state auditor, is being reduplication of the structure. The GUN DEVELOPMENT er, that the damage was Inflicted by are divided on two trucks equipped memory. prominetly mentioned In connection slogan of the college hab become of even smaller shells, ord- with rimmed wheels and special deMr. and Mrs H. C. never. with the Democratic nomination for "a new gymnasium- - by commence nance experts believe. The enormous vices to distribute the enormous party might mnllt 1 11 ' Mnatlnrm nf t lin linnfiT secretary of state. The weight over as much road service as go a long way further and fare of Trustees and student bodies are 'American Army Officers Believe destructive force of these shells has been well known ever since the fall of possible. Tho whole train is hauled making good in his being held at frequent intervals and Gabe Is Worse. THE CHOICEST FEED by a traction engine propelled Port Arthur In the Japanese-Russia- n by German Gnns 11 present position, as he always has In ittle highest enthusiasm prevails. At city was taken by the Japan- steam or gasoline. Undoubtedly this The every position and we do not'bellevo ,a student rally held In chaDel this ese notwithstanding modern fortifi- has served to Increase the mobility Inch. FROM THE FARM he would forget to advertise an elec morning there was raised ?1100 by cations of the highest type; natural- of the giant weapons; but olllcen, a constitutional amendment the members of the student body tlon on ly stronger than any that have been aro not satisfied that the necesslt if be should be elected secretary of themselves. The alumni of the colWashington, Nov. 28. In common assailed during the present war since of carefully preparing the ground up-o- n tit ate. lege are already responding enthuswhich the guns stand when with the military observers of every the forts were located on high hills iastically to the cause. has been done away with. other nation, United States Army rendering turret protection against outlawry The "Possum Hunters" The prospects for a greatly enunnecessary. They were reduc- It is still a Job for engineers to placo like the "Night Rider" troubles is larged body aro most encouraging officers are watching with keen inter- fire coast defense howitz- these weapons and the long deluy neartillery development of tbe ed by being exaggerated by the city press and 1915-1- 6 will be one of tho most est the wurrlng nations of Europe as disclos- ers brought from the Japanese coast cessary to permit the emplacement in a way that is a great injustice to successful years In the history of ed upon the battlefields of Belgium with igreat labor and mounted after of siege weapons while a little reducthe State abroad. It Is bad enough the Institution. and Franco. Every JiewB dispatch the exercise of engineering skill of ed, Is still a factor In military operant best, but when a city dally prints that mentions the great German guns the highest order to get them over tions. stories, describing in detail things A. S. of K. Notice. The United States Is not contemclosely and photographs are the rough ground and Into place which happened a months or more The Ohio County Union of the A. Is read studied with greatest care; liut so where they commanded the Russian plating tho construction of very large outrages, it is added go, as new S. of E is called to meet at the printed in court house in Hartford, December far nothing conclusive lias been found fortreses. Once established behind siege guns because the roads of the Several stories Gernearby hills, absolutely safe from the country are not suited to carry such Louisville paers this week were air- 11th, at 10 o'clock. All who are in- to conform the report that the placing their main reliance fire of the Russian, guns, the howitz- enormous weights. The radius of ed two months ago. Soma dally terested in are asked mans are o upon forty-twcentimeter mobile ers disposed of the enemy's boastod action of the weapons wpuld be lim- is ground Into choice feed for our papers send special representatives to attend. defenses with the same ease that the ited to the Immediate vicinity of a stock. You will find the besf feed, howitzers. to the cpuntlcs affected who print S. L. STEVENS, Pres. American officers believe that' the German guns have battered to pieces few of the larger cities or to a high- middlings,' bran, shorts, grain, corn, '' ll sorts of rumors, highly colored HENRY M. P1RTLE, Sec'y. way here or there that has been im- oats and alfalfa as well as the fin1' Germans havo accomplished the de- the Belgian forts. and much of it without foundation American officers have studied with proved for a long distance. In the est clover and timothy bay grown, struction of opposing forts with Gentlemen, the truth Is FOR HALE. Id fact. Your horses and howitzers and mod- interest photographs of the Ameri- event of invasion It would bo impos- here at all times Store bouse and stock of goods. standard ted enough. Don't slander the old J ern high explosives which are virtu- can mobile siege mortars. No scale sible to confine operations to terri- cattle will thrive on such wholesome House 20x60 feet with side room 12 State. The has accompanied these pictures but tories best suited for defense and and nutritious food as you can pronations. feet wide. 6 room dwelling. All new ally the same for all of this char- comparison of the size of the men as the guns would be virtually use- cure from ELLIS' FEED' AND'PRO-u- . buildings and good location. Also 70 key to German-successe- s End of "Watchful Walling." . DUQE HOUSE. ..-- . say, lies tn the thoroness shown in the pictures with the bore less. Withdrawal of American troops acre farm, 60 acres good rich bot- acter, they weapon beside which the from Mexican soil, at the present tom, good dwelling and barn, with with which the work is done and the or breach of indicates the guns to be Card of Thank. they stand, repair. Will acurracy of their shooting with crisis in the affairs of that country, fencing and M We desire to return our sincere and in not greater than the weapons. .....4 Via tolfon nfi AvMnnta rt ttia sell above property at a bargain. The Produce Mercliaut thanks to our friends and neighbors many instances even smaller. Photographs of tbc forts before A. M. WEATHERFORD, president's eagerness to get out and , The most novel feature about who were so, kind and considerate HAUTBOK KJfXTUCfcYr Lle6e,Namur, Antwerp and elsewhere w Sunnydale, Ky. JeTe the MxlcanB to their own do. 0 ard "ic You ought to be thankful that you're a citizen of a nation that is not at war o f. rr You ought to get some comfort, in such times as these, by contrasting your good fortune in this respect with the sorrows of our fellowmen across the sea. We should be thankful for the crops we have harvested, for our ability Considering everything, - provide food and clothes for those depending upon ! mr ex-T- he we're pretty well We Store best we can our daily to supply the Men of this country with push on doing The duty ncc-9P.- ry ! Boyle-Humphr- HART SCHAFFNER & MARX SUITS AND OVERCOATS, KING QUALITY SHOES, LIBERTY BRAND HATS, best makes of SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, NECKWEAR and We're doing it. & I I i E. P. BARNES & BROTHER, Becivei1 Dciq, I .. t 00$igOOO$V$$$$$S$OiS$&$ 11-In- Ifeqlqcliy. fy 11-ln- y. 11-In- 11-In- ch te 11-In- W. E. ELLIS 0 by traveling men w!io liavo been so forlunnto ns to be In Hartford when the bazaar was on. J. C. Her gave a stag turkey dinner Saturday night at the City Squirrel, nunl, oysters, etc., were added to the menu and the eyes of warring kings would have jjnC0In(. grecn wtlIl cnvy col1(, lhty 1914 have looked upon the spread before The; Chicago aiuo'ciuli will enter- - the fifteen charging warriors. The Main at College Hall Wednesday even - lino was formed about eight and jvgfeiN run Doueic toe liy a Ing. Tills Is sure to 1m one of the"cn. ner ordered a cnarge. jMsp' , mlmaoA.-z.- -. i cs best numbers on tho Hartford Col-- 1 strategic movement both wings were severed from tho main forces and lege Lyceum Course. 'Turkey was soon forced to withdraw , I Tin .. .. t ' ih,ii. .: ' .'before the fearful onslaught of the 1 Taylor Mines und Mrs. Sliultz, of Allies. Hut the neutrality of Pleasant Ridge, were the guests of was violated and she, too, was Ureece drawn their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1'. Into the conflict. For a moment It Sauderfur last week. seemed that Turkey might rally, but Local people who liavo beard the 'reinforcements, in tho form of T. H. qualChicago Olee Club In the larger clt-- l Black, came upon tho scene and high In their praise for the , thereafter the result Was never In les are Miinrtetto and advise us not to miss doubt. Turkey, being too far gone It. College Hall Wednesday night. to take Might, was mutilated. It Miss Kdlth Arnold returned to her'Wi'8 ,l "a,K Hau 8Ce,,c for wherc ollIy home at Morgan, Ky., Saturday after'11 fcw nlnntCR before many powers ",!l(1 tlleir 1,ravo Rtn,1(1 tlle on a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. M. lmcl Cold weather finds us in fine shape to sup""""milt now, was Greece. The 1). Thomas. She was accompanied Thomas who will spend lor,u cross wns conferred upon E. ply your needs in everything tends to make V " ' " woouwnru, who ClirlHtmas with lier iinrents. distinguished themselves In the con the body comfortable. We want to emphasize in All persons Indebted to the estate flict. W. S. Tinsley also fought valof the late John W. Taylor please iantly. (Jen. Her was at all times In this issue our superior line of Men's and Boys' call at Foreman's Ilarbcr Shop and the thick of the frey urging his men Kettle, In order that his affairs may on to their duty. We are sorry to heavy winter Caps. All shades, all qualities, all HEN TAYLOR. be closed. tell that some of the younger soldiHartford, Ky. 18t4. ers, E. V. Park and Heg Casebler, styles, from 25c to $2.50. I will exchange meal, bolted or had to be reprimanded for looting, unbolted, for corn six days In the but none, so far as we were able to Also our Raincoats and Men's heavy or medweek. Will give meal made out of learn, were shot your own corn on Wednesdays and ium weight Underwear. W. E. ELLIS, Saturdays. A TEXAS WONDER. Feed and Produce Man, The Texas Wonder cures kidney an You can shop in our store knowing you 19t4 Hartford, Ky. Dealer in Light Building Materials. Can save you money oa bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, Cement, Plastering, Roofing and in fact, everything which goes Last mouth Sheriff S O. Keown cures dltbetes, weak tnd lame backs, prices as low are going to get what you want into a modern building. Concrete Silos. made the largest collection of taxes rheumatism, and all Irregularities or SEE HIM BEFORE ever made In a single month In Ohio the kidneys and bladder in both men MAKING YOUR PLANS. " found anywhere. or lower county. The total amounted to and women. Regulates bladder trouHMOO and this was accomplished bles In children .If not sold by your When in need of these things think of us by Sheriff Keown and his able forco druggist, will send by mall on renotwithstanding the money string- ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle is and remember THAT IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH 75 acres 3 miles from Hartford.. two months' treatment, and seldom PARTIAL RELIEF ency. 125 acres 3 miles from Havtfond1.. fails to perfect a cure. Send for tesXmas gods are coming In fast. A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. All Rough river bottom land ioi and folks are having presents laid timonials from this and other states. FROM QUARANTINE back, which Is the proper thing to Dr. E. W. Hall, 292C OUve Streot, St. the district. Please-writdo this year, especially as the war Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. 30ty us if you want to selL or. has will limit many articles of our line. But as ever, tho main place for the Eighty Counties To Be Free land. IMPORTANT NOTICE .lOLBROOK & PARKS, Agtsc,. best presents will be at J. B. 9 Hartford, Ky. From Regula19t4 Mrs. W. It. Hedrlck and daughter, tions. Notice. The Farm Agency of the ConMiss lone, left Tuesday for St. Louis I will have a carload of highest where they will make their home in tinental Fire Insurance Co., of Protein Cotton Seed Meal, on traefc- the future. Prof. Hedrlck having Washington, Dec. 2. Within the at Hartford, Ky., between Decemoerlocated there sevral weeks ago. Hartford, Connecticut, formerly 15 and 20th: Will sell on tract- - in i Hartford people regret to lose these represented by A. C. Yeiser, has next thirty-si- x hours the Federal 1,000 pound lots or more, at the rate-- people from our town where they been transferred to me. I Also quarantine against interstae ship- of $30 per ton. Less than i.OOfr will always have many warm friends. Mrs. J. A. .Duff, of Dundee, visitment of livestock, due to the hoof pounds at $1.60 per cwt. PUwes The County. Judges' -- Association have the Agency for the Record- and mouth disease epidemic, will be your ed frienaV'and relatives here Wedorder now as the price is ad- - of Kentucky will meet in annua ses- ing business in the following partially lifted in Kentucky. nesday. Eighty j vanclng throughout tho Soutnu It sion at Louisville Dec. 17 to1 18th. KM DAY, DECEMBER 4. Get Paul Woodward's prices on An extensive program has been pre- companies: Continental, Hart- of the 120 counties in the State will is the best milk producer, hog and, "i Roofing and all kinds of Building pared. Among the speakers will be ford, Aetia, Phoenix, and Fidelity be removed, from the quarntine regu- cattle fattefcer 'known? ' lations at that time, while forty M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table lit Materia). W. E. ELLIS. 12tf Judge John B. Wilson, or Ohio Co., underwriters, . which includes counties will remain in quarantine 2112 Ky. Hartford, ProduceMerchant. Miss Luclle Taylor, of McIIenry, who has for his subject, "Best Road the business written U. A N. time card effective Monday in all indefinitely. Acquirement." was the guest of riends here, last Material and Secretary of Agriculture Houston Aug. 21st. week-enWe are givug our readers a three towns in Ohio Connty. sent a telegram to Gov. McCreary No. 112 North Hound due 7:19 a. m. These are all old line Insurance tonight advising him of the decision dally except Sunday. Miss Ruth KHey spent tho week- column illustrated article this week to modify the quarntine regulations No. 11-- North Bound due 2:20 p. m. end Miss Nora Wedding at on the much talked of "foot and Companies. with mouth disease." This outbreak has or the counties or the in dally except Sunday. Central City. I will be glad to have you call States without further delay. He de i not yet reached Ohio county, but No. lie South Bound due fc:45 a. m. Miss Alice Keown, McIIenry, spent nevertheless it has caused quite a on me or I will see you at your clined to give the names or the coun- - , daily except Sunday. the Thanksgiving holidays with her loss to some of our stockmen who ties in which the quarantine will be 113 South Hound due 1:1C p. m. No. parents here. were prevented by the quarantine home for anything in the in- lifted or those counties that will redally except Sunday. surance line. main under quarantine. For Owensboro Iload Wagons, from shipping at the proper time. H. E. MISCHKE. Agt. Farm Wagons and Delivery Wagons, "I have sent word to Gov. McThe infant son ofMrTand Mrs. E. E. BIRKHEAD, Creary telling him or the decision or see Acton Bros. If. C. Dever died Inst Monday mornHartford, Ky. I carry instock ft large Work Gloves at Hub Clothing Co. . tho department regarding the parFor a birthday present an East- ing. The little fellow was only seven weeks old and had never been Office 'Phone, No. 66. tial removal or the Federal quaran-' man Kodak Is Suits at Hub ClothMen's the rage. A big Una line of ' tine in Kentucky, and I have nothwell since birth. The remains were lng Co. 19t4 at J. B. TAPPAN'S. Residercs 'Phone, No. 41. ing further to add," Secretary HousInterred Wednesday at tho Mldklff f"rora Hub lluy School Sboe Mr. Jesso Schroeter, who has ty-- 1 burying ton said. "Gov. McCreary knows Shot Guns, Rifles, Target Gunsy grounds near Sulphur Clothing Co. phold fever. Is not so well and his Springs. Notice Thy Payers. what counties will be removed from Mr. and Mrs. Dever have All persons who have not paid quarantine Ladles' Soils and Skirts at Hub recovery Is doubtful. many friends at this time, and I pretho sympathy of their Ammunition, Shells, Etc, their county and Stato taxes by Dec. fer that he give out this InformaJudge J. S. Glennls Tn McLean hero. Clothing Co. 10 must be advertised. The law having it come from SO GOOD! county in the interest of his caudl- Mince Meat in bulk Mr. V. G. Barnett, Dermott, Ark., makes this my duty and to all taxes tion Instead of for circuit judp. Washington. ILEIt & BLACK. And respectfully request yom was hero sevral days last week. not paid by Jan. 1, 1915 an addiSallie Coleman and Mr. Jas. While hero he sold his farm North Holds Conference. Work Shoes at Hub Idacy to call and see the largest spent Thanksgiving with of town to Mr. Walter Park. This tional C per cent penalty must be Before Secretary Houston decidClothing Co. added In addition to cost of adver- ed to lift in part the quarantine in and best line of Shot Guns,. dee, parents at Wysox. Esqulre'W.-sTDearirDunfarm had been owned by tho Barnett tising. You will understand that I was tlitir Kentucky, he had a confernce with Rifles, Ammunition, &c ever E. Smith" returned family for about 130 years, continuAttorney in town Wednesday. cannot control this, but havo tried from Loulsvlller Wednesday, where ously. A part of tho original tract to make it as easy as possible and Senator James, Senator Camden and New Orleans Molasses in barrel he had been on legal business. Representative A., B. Rouse and brought to Hartford. is still owned by Mr. A. M. Barnett, do not want to cause any additional former Representative J. N. Kehoe, can be had at Acton Bros. Goods the best and price?. Owensboro, but the part sold contained the old cost. Mr. Isaac Foster of Mayesville, who arrived here to New line loose Canaies Just in. formerly a citizen of Hartford, was house site, the building being rethe lowest. S. O. KEOWN, S. O. C. day. He told the Kentucklans that ILER & BLACK. here several days this week on busi- cently destroyed by fire. the Department of Agriculture reOn our eighth page appears an Just received a Tmrrel of Jumbo ness. Six Per Cent Loans ACTON BROS. Peoples Furniture Co., of Obtainable on Farm, Ranch or City alized that tho stringent quarantine Pickles. Capt. and Mrs. S. K. Cox return- ad of the regulations were a great hardship to Saturday from Elktou Owensboro. This house is one of Property. To improve, Purchase or the farmers and stock dealers in Hon. Armlstead Jones, of Nelson ed home conwhere thay were tho guests of Mr tho largest house furntshlng Remove Incumbrance; Liberal Op Kentucky, and he promised them reCreek, was here Tuesday. cerns in Owensboro and has decided tions; 5 years before making pay none be- and Mrs. C. E. Rogers. lief at the earliest possible moAmerican Wire Fence Notice Fair's great ad on the to quit business, because their lease ment on principal, etc. For the prop- ment. HARTFORD. KV.. on U. S. Carson, Hartford. ttercall second page of this paper. It will on the building they now occupy on osition address: Assets Dept., at 1410 will have Reprcsntatlve Rouse For Cook Stoves, Ranges and pay you to visit this store before Main Street has expired and they Busch Bldg., Dallas, Tex., or 422- with Secretary Heaters, call on Acton Bros. do not care to enter Into another 423 First National Bank Building, another conference making your Christmas purchases. Houston tomorrow, to persuade him, spent tho week-cu- d long contract. They carry, a com- Denver, Colo. ns Miss Verna Duke takon Mr. Glenn Barnes,-whowIt possible, to lift the quarantine at plete line of carpetB, stoves, ranges, with her mother at Dunrteo. spending the Thanksgiving rugs, once In each of the eight counties ill while evwindow shades and Jn fact Vermont to Ship Million Trees. The MlBse7"C!ark spent the week- holidays with his parents, is improvin his (the Sixth) district. It is unerything to furnish a home. The Rutland, Vt., Dec. 2. Shipment end at their home in Sunnydale. effecnot return to school. ed but will compose the Company are of 1,000,000 Christmas trees from derstood that under the order men who Mr. Gllmore Keown was the guest tive tomorrow or Thursday, only one Mr, and Mrs. Frank G. Foreman reliable la every respect. this tate to city markets In other of the counties In Mr. Rouse's disof relatives at Fordsvllle last week, left for their borne in Princeton, W. STOP AT THE Ladies' The Methodist Bazaar parts of the city markets has begun. trict will bo removed from quaranEyes tested and glasses fitted at Va., Tuesday after a short visit with week has been a great success Within the past two or three days tine, regardless of the fact that no J. B. TAPPAN'8, Jeweler & Optic-Ian-.' their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. this in every way. The ladles desire us several carloads of evergreens have case of the foot and mouth disease 1 19t Foreman. to return their thanks to all who been started on their way to points Mr., MarTcTCiQwe'" lef fWednesday I keep fresh corn meal in stock, havo patronized and contributed in west of Chicago, and during the has been fdund In his district. Commissioner of Agriculture Newwill probably. bolted or, unbolted,, at all times. tor Nashville where he, any way to the enerprise. The re- next two weeks the cutting and man notified Mr. Rouse today that W. E. "ELLIS, Jocate. ceipts Tuesday amounted to $81.25, packing of the trees will keep many the quarantine aginst the shipment Feed and Produce Man, Miss RuthWeller, of Dundee.was , Wednesday $82.70, and while we men busy. The farmer has received of horses and mules. into Ohio 'has Hartford, Ky. FRANK ECKERT, 'Prop, the guest of the Misses Moore could not obtain the exact figures for six or seven cnts a tree from the been lifted except from points' oppoProf. HrE7"Brownl8expectlng ev- yesterday the amount will be $60100 shippers this year. In the retail site Brown county, Ohio. H. H. EQKERT'.'Mgr, The reading by Miss Margaret ery seat in Hartford College auditor- or more. The entire receipts will markets the trees, may bring fifty The turkey, din- cents and upward. New York, Pitts1 Stabl at College Hall Friday night ium to be filled Wednesday night be over $225,00. Up. Ian REAb ESTATE FOR SALE. r'was enjoyed by a large audience. , when the Chicago dice Qlub gives , ners served on these occasions have burg, Philadelphia and Baltimore acres A mile from Hartford. 133 was rec-- its performance. For all who like become famous, not only In Hartford, are the chief cities to which trees The ability of Miss Stahl fc ' Out throughout the State '.n talks are shipped from Vermont. music. acres 3 miles from Hartford. 100 oeuUod by all present. J j WE ARE PREPARED The Chicago Gleo Club pleases audience and the Hartford audl- co that bears them Wednesday in night, December 9 will bo no exception. Ilrlng your corn to W. B. Ellis, the Feed und Produce Man, on and Saturday of each week and have It crushed or chopped Into Wed-nesdft;(-,',' rrj.lo Itcs-taura- ewiA WEATHERBIRD' v-ev- ities, get Peters "Weatherbird" Diamond For neatness, comfort and lasting let us supply you with a pair and be Brand School Shoes. None better. Corns' that I "" Hub Clothing Co HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. 03! PAUL WOODWARD HARTFORD, KY. that General Contractor and Builder at than tsfi levee-protect- e jMz&Cb. d. TAP-PAN'- S. i i Hartford Republican. GUNS! GINS! two-thir- all-wo- ol i er C U.. S. CARSON Groceryman ilWbenioLOuisvillel .. t 5th Avenue I; I Hotel $ Eilnpanf lt4 J 1- -3 f .irrT,- - V FOREIGN ORDERS FOR WAR SUPPLIES Contracts Aggregate $50,000,. 000 for Ships and War Materials. It Is learned on good authority that Charles M. Schwab, President of the Bethlehem Steel Corporation, brought back from Europe about $30, 000,000 In contracts to be filled by the Bethlehem Steel Corporation and its affiliated companies, says the Wall Street Journal. Various reports have- been in circulation as to the value of war orders booked by the Bethlehem Steel Corporation, most of them pure Inventions. It can bo said, however, that orders already booked will tax the capacity of the ordinance and ohlpbullding plants of the company for a lonug time to come. It is more a question of capacity than orders. Some reports have placed Uethle hem Steel's war orders as $200,- 000,000, hut orders of such mngni- tude w.ould require several years n pcrament, Cno evening, at a dinner, she was placed ctxt to a young man wno wroe numo.ous nrucies tor iiiuk azlnes. "Mr. KliiB," murmured the poet- ess, turning her dreamy eyes upon the young man, in a fad and sorry manner, "tell me, bnvc you no oth- -' no higher ambition In life than o force people, to degrade themselves y cheap laughter?" "Yes, I have," replied he, after a Might hesitation, "in fact, I have an anibl-- . immense an overwhelming nope 10 sec grninicu lion, vviucn i some day." "Oh, Mr. King," the poetess sigh- ed, longingly, "Theodore! Do confide In mc! Tell me about it!" "Well," replied he, deliberately, "I want to throw an egg Into an elec- pnpp . i T7RT7F JfflMTr'V. Directory :p(,WMIMll itaSMGTOiif! I HOTELofamericah IDEAL5, rolG9MlOTXtX I t I I Memoirs of Napoleon In Three Valiums I H countrymen. In a city nhett toed hotelt hcdi the Int. i It fint la the heart et lu bound, the Powhaun tric fan." A Tom This man caused the l:.st general European war. His persona memoirs, vritn.n by hU secretary, Haron Do" Menevsl, arc full cf the nu t absorbing incident", in view of the present crept Kuro-pea- n struggle. Just a hundred icarj rpo, bis s Ktis-sia- , MsS& ::;:;::.;:ii The Towfulan i rfdnciJ, and restful. lt excellent location on Frnnnlvama Avenue, IStli and II Mrcctr, malccs it a desirable headquar-te- r (or tirida couples, tourist 1'artics, comentions, t.cliooSs anil lolltges. . The Ponhatan attract the people of culture and education. Its iroximity to Slate, War and Naw Departments, also to many points of historical interest, mates this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating pub lie. The Powhatan cflerj rocms wlfl detached bath at J 1.50. S2.C0 and up. Roorrs with private bath, J2.S0, J3.C0 anu vp. Vrite for boo!.!s,t wis.li uap, CLIFFORD M. LSWXS, Manarer. Circuit Court T. P. Wrslica-J- . Judpe; Den L). Uliifio, Attorney; V. 1. MIdkiff, Jailor, K. O. Ilnrnu8, Cleriv,' 12. E. lilrklitnd, Master Coin 11. (iiilMlonir; T. Collins, TruHlev Jury Fund; 8. O. Kcoun, Slierifi, i illinium. ui'jiuiies a. w. iiniieuur; nttlnn tlmmf tua M,a c: M l..i.u ti nWil Kconn.' Coiirt convene first ,(iinore Monday lit February and continues three wccK8; third .Monday lu April, two woeks; third .Monday In October, two weeks. County Court John 11. Wilson, Judge; V. i lllankeiiahlp, Cleric ,C. E. ijinlth, Attorney, Hartfonl. Court tonyenes first .Momlnty In eacli uiontli. Quarterly Court Iltlns on the "first .Monday lu every month. Court of C'altiit fouciK's first, iTucbday in January and iirst luoa-Ida- y I Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law ' ' ilAUTKOUl), KV. Will prautlce fttlj adjoining ftIul 1l!h ucmiiUim. OnH" profusion hi Lhlli Cointinresl v I'meUw Slioriiilty. Barnes ' &, Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith for Liver Complaint I'lij.-lcall-y, Mental- ni.1 ""u,., ,'"" "ll.m .iAt.iNpw tiAnllUtf "E K"E ! ly I'uliiippy, Dull. The Liver, sluggish and Inactive, first shows itself In a mental state unhappy and critical. Never Is there Joy iu living, as when the Stomach and Liver are doing their work. Keep -- ' f ruin pRictiViir i -' iic'O' la prowsiuod H. 'cciwib. Mr. IhtriHvi will Individual f. u. .d, In. Offlon Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shults, Suiiorin-- 1 aoCl,''t such '"act'oe- tenik'i.t, hartfonl; Dr. A. U. Ullcy, "artfortl KfjiubllcaiU bulldlnc, Cord, K" Corotur, Ilnrtfori"; T. II, Koad Englnior, Hartford. I(.v, Other County Officers iiiOetobir. Mitars. W, II, UariKU ttnil C, Sinlili uniiouno.' tlutt Uit.-- liavo iff a lKUUiifsiup ror cliu tviieral lj tie of Ji w, vxfipt ei'liinnal nnd tjf cuv.i, .Mr. Smith bidnc Comity Al Suncjor, C. S. Mo- Porltil!le, .'; Tom nines, Ky., liart-'iJunto- n, eI"PJ.v lishers of COLUKirs, The Nattrnal No statement has been made as to Weekly, ue arc enabled to ollor a IncSlrk Hcad.u'hc. arc or-- 1 ' ited number of thee the European nations that 'cts Sick headache is nearly always of the Memoirs of Napoleon ftce With derlng guns, submarines, projectiles, caused by disorders of the stomach. I? a car's subscription to Collier's an J O .after Ud Monday In .March,. Wedetc., from the Bethlehem Steel Cor- t this paper. The tier is strictly limit) .'. Correct them and the periodic atnesday after ad .Monday in Jinn-- . poratlon,, but it can be surmised tacks of sick headache will disappear. to pet advantage of it ou must act Fi "fitii'iiii Ml IF Wttlnesday after 3d Monday lu promptly. Franco are that Great Britain and Wednesday after 3d Mon- - T wvtn:xTi:v'iT(t. ii'iint' m vuti Mrs. John Bishop of Bosevllle, Ohio, the principle purchasers. The con- writes: "About a year ago I was Crumwrll, Ky llnrtf.ir1 Kj. j v.ij in iyi.i cinuer. Sherlock Holmes Stories T&SXZSSSLi R. C. Tlehmior, Ceutertown, tracts will be pushed to completion Exclusively in Collier's troubled with Indigestion and had STRATTON & MARTIN urtlay alter 3rd In cacti as rapidly as possible. HAVE VOL'D SUITS All ike SlirrlicV. llrlmc, jtcrles titlit.cJ !n sick headache that lasted for two or ' inn tit It Attorneys at Law The purchase of the Fore River 19H Kill le rmilrd rxclumelr In Cc'llcf'i. i adys at a time. I doctored and g The "Laii minute" pi.tcrr, ft tie filter i inson Smith, Select, Tuesday Company a year or three CROMWELL, - KY. War nill srrear tuijf rck in the plcuzr.'-- c of remedies but nothafter I'd Monday iu March, Tut'hda two ago enables the Bethlehem Com- tried a number trcl on cf Cbllict'. ing helped me until during one of after rd .Monday lu .May, Tuesdii) Will practice their profession a thl I If fin! fcto . ritten will arre.r caihvufk pany to turn out a complete battle-ohitn (hntt tory and mill ft tm. aiier oil .Monday In August, Tues- nnd djoluiiig counties. Collections. equipped. those sick spells a friend advised fully armored and day nftcr I'd Monday in November. Mark Sullivan', tlmtly Win tlali and m.elr me to take Chamberlain's Tablets. Commercial and Criminal Practice a (lurried Ccmmcfil en li.rcre W. S. mil ccnllnuc tc be Dean, WedDundee, The company will also work on the and Dye.iu extluie featuie. Prompt and v'gorou-service- This medicine relieved me In a short nesday after tho second Monday In Specialty. othconstruction of submarines and .March, Wednesday nfttr 'SI Monday ing .Notary In office. time." For sale by all dealers, in Special Offer to ourReaders er war vessels. , In .May, Wednesday after 3d Monday Ywf on h ne rarr '.! COLLI TU'S. Tie Ladies work given In August, Wednesday after I'd Mon- The products of the Bethlehem National UefU, ticetl.er nh tie thiee vch in. Relationship. uay in .November. vl Napoleon's Meincii, all if will be in use by nearly all of the )u set fc r i'ie Two women, who had not seen price if Collier's aline, r'u P Uen F. Rice. Forklsvllli Tuomlnv toiier tteii't belligerent" European countries. A cf packln: and sh'prlnc ttie Memoir. time, met after I'd Monday iu March. Thurs Cleaned Send your older to in, office now. If you are year or more ago the Bethlehem each other for some I AM day after 2d Monday iu May, Thurs- recently. They conversed on varialieady a ub'iribir, )our rubenptien will be et Steel Corporation sold a large num- ous subjects of interest and finally aay alter I'd .Monday lu August, tended for one ear from hi present tut tf explrat on. ber of guns to Germany, and these To do tiny kind of Vetetina-rCOLLIER'S $2.50 f SpeJ-- 1 comblnall. n Work called for and Thursday after I'd Monday In No- Mrs. Illllman asked: JpiUe. lmludlnr tie veniber. have already been mounted on batllattroru work. Horses. mn!i?s and WM lihree volm.ie "Do you remember Emily Joyce; Den W. Taylor. Ralph. Friday aft tleships of that country. The Beth Republican. . ., lMecioin.prtpa'd'' cows need not diu for want of er .'u. .Momiay in - .March. Frldav nf.r was an orphan, you know." She . A lehem has sold battleships to Greece Club .Monuoy in .May. Frdav minr :m $1.00 Calls answered attention. "Whv Vlia T rnmomhor lior" ranll- 'Monday in August, Friday after 2d is competition to the Krupps. day or nij?ht. ed Mrs. Knowlton, "but she wasn't Monday In November. From now on the works of Beth- an orphan." HARTFORD 1'OMCE COURT. I lehem Steel and its allied companies ZM O. C. Martin, Judgo; .McDowell A. "Oh, yes, she was," insisted the Hartford Pressing Glill). will be beehives of activity, and the W Veterinary Surgeon Fogle, City Attorney: J. . Stevens, other, "what makes you think she results are expected to be very proMarshal; Court coiiTcnes second MonGUXTIIKK BLDG.,CENTER ST. Hnrtforcl, - Ky. Vj u'TrlAOCMARKS'prooiptIr obulned la wasn't?" day in each month. all countries; or no te. rW' obtain PATENTS fitable. It would not be surprising If "Why," City Council J. c. Her. Mayor; R. THAT PA'S dTtrtiM them Uwroujhly, at our the earnings of the current year assurance, said Mrs. Knowlton. with HARTFORD, KY. xpnae, uvilitlD vou to auocaaa. nnm T. Collins, Clork; J. E. Uean, Treas"she had a sister, Ida, bcsbisucdei, photo or akekh (or mcc report compared favorably with 1913, when urer. Members of Council J. C. I knew well." on paUnUbUlfc t, tt JwiLpraci the surplus was equal to 7 per cent, that Capt. A. D. White, A. E. l'ate, passing ntrtr.CNitTori: SURV uaw "Did she?" queried Mrs. Hlllman, Book on rrofltablo l'atenta write ta J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yelser, W. II. on the preferred stock and over 27 Stroot, Gillespie. . per cent, on the common. However, in surprise,... "well, maybe she wasn't wwjaipiim-rpia. ,then.'' YOU School Trustees J. D. Duke, Chair-ma. The National Weekly ibis Js merely an estimate. R. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. Foreign Orders Continue Large. , J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. The Corbin Shoe Company, 9l y?T. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. . Chester, Webster and Marlboro, Mass, i f"R FLETCHER'S lJLV13M i E. M. Church, South Services KWtML. is reported to have received an orUntil tlii 5 car and Cod'cr'j hat Treatment morning and evening every first .Sun-da- y (aaaaaHL'1 der Xrpra .Europe for $1,800,00.0 --cthird Sunday In each month. fold at $5.50. Now school 'J:45 n. in. Prayer meet-ln- g ""worth of shoes, on which it is work- I'ronipt Action Will Stop Your Couxh. for WEAK lite priic i SZJO1 mxwmr x"tj every Wednesday evening. Rev. night. The Graton & (often andcliaesccttrc(l' ing day and When you first catch a cold LUNGS or II. W. Napier, pastor. Knight Company, of Worchester, has Indicated by a sneeze or cough),break Uaptlst Church Services morning oift-it ie CONSUMPTION and evening every second nnd lonrth n cohtract for 150,000 scabbards, it up at once. The idea that "It does at a itill further, eald to involve nearly $1,000,000. not matter" often leads 10 serious you mention this paper we will send you Sunday iu each month. Sunday schoo rciliiitiun in If : a. in. I'rayer meeting every Wed , a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for i h th In Two largu Orders for revolvers are complications. The remedy which feeling, coughs, pains ncsday evening. Rev. A. S. Fettle, that tired, reported hi tiie same district. Fifteen immediately and easily penetrates in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak lianiur. thousand employes of the General the lining of the throat is the kind Christian Church Son Ices ever Special Offer to Our Readers lungs or consumption. third and fourth Sunday at 11 a. in Electric Company, at Lynn, were or- - demanded. Dr. King's New Discov 10CK BOX 616 anld 7 p. llic preni ilrmand for Ca7arr'r tt OHIO MEDICAL CO. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. in. COLUMBUS, 0. thf new imcr. c have made orrniiL'C" tnts to ered to report for work on full time erv soothes the irritation, loosens the Elder Gwinn, pastor. i Iter it ami .iur mn tmLlirjt.iin racli 01 r jiar after having been on half time for phlegm. You feel better at once. lor tli. jinci nf CoVirr'aalcnc Tim tt ,i'irritcil SECRET SOCIETIES. iui.utter and mut be taken ad ant jccofvr mptly. Bime weeks. "it seemed to reach the very spot of Hartford Lodge No. C7.r, F. and A. !S! (SI ca tw Jones & LaURhlin Company, Came nij. cough" is one of many honest M. meets every first Monday night RJ A&kk 41) ffL What You Get in Coll ier s. -"I feHRfaAZM i fiS" in each month. W. S. Stevens, W. Re Steel Company, and Carbon tluionliils. 50c at your druggis CnKrr't i tlic our tiie, (nilei rnilrnl. (earlris 333 tiS&rirteP Qksft M.; Ovvuu Hunter, Secretary. -- &. Steel Company are reported to be vterkl)!!! tli- - whole country S'ut onl is it the Hartford Chapter No. M O. E. S. Knod citizen' liaiu! lunik tint it is alio a turning out a total of 7Ti0 tons of The ymme Safe, I'nilei- WImo I.ead-tstetor the hole ('mil An'oii meets every second and fourth .Monto bars dally, to bo shipped that a Star's mbscniticn c.ici arct ershlp. day evenings, Mrs. J. IJ. WHHanm. France for hhrapnel shells. . M.; This Is a Republican nation. The 10U0 Htlilorlall Jas. H. Wllllaius. W. Succeed vbcn ewrythfojj tisc fails. 000 Ntm Pholna Chicago dlspitches nay that Fred-- j sentiment is overwhelmingly for a Miss Ellzaboth .Miller, Secretary. 250 Sl-ArUclea In nervcu3 prostration und femclc Rough River Lodgo No. llu Knlcht ISO Shoit Storln crick S. Fish, president of the Stu- - Protective Turilf. This has been weaknesses they ate the suprcm: of I'ytlilas meets every Tuesdav even10O llluitrated reaturra debaker Corporation, brought buck j demonstrated at numerous elections, REAL remedy, as thousands have testified. 2 Completu Novel ing. Jno. W. Taylor, (.'. C; "w. R. from England, wagons , bleds and including that of 1012, although the FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Both ftr ttl; Hedrlck. K. of R. & S. Collie r s . . $2.50 Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. other equipment aggregating $1S,- - Republican division that year STOMACH TROUBLE ' Hartford Republican moots overy first nnd tnlrd Tliursd'ay it is the best medicine ever sold The Jolfroy Autoinolille niitted the minority to triumph at News nights. It. T. Collins, Cotuniander; over a druggist's counter. v, Company li;v an order from England the polls. The Protective Tariff senE. 1. Moore, RecoiVi Ivoepcr. for 500 automobile trucks anil the timent is even grcnter than has over News Acme Lodge No. 339 J. O. O. F. Jackson Automobile Company, of appeared in elction returns, owing meets every second and fourth Fri-- 1 Local News uuy nigiiiH in eacn uiontli. u. m. HarJaclisop, Mich., lias a contract with to certain peculiar conditions In the nett, Noblo Grand; W. R. Hedrlck, Krance lor $1,000,000 worth of ma- - South having caused tho people of i Secretary. ' chines. that section to vote aglnst their own Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. News Void Motor Company. interests and their private beliefs. met8 overy second nnd fourth nights in each month. Tom A year ago the Ford Motor Compa- - That thousands of Southerners have HOCURCDANODCFCNDCD.PnlBK'l'l. News amwiiiiroril".tu.!urriwitMNmliftai!frrierrinrt. Williams, Council Commander; W. C. g ny began Its scheme voted the Democratic ticket nation-fo- r bow in tatlre.eta, to obtain pateuta. trada uiiAa, MCCALL PATTltaWW. Wallace, Clerk. copyright. N ALL COUNTRIES. employes. Today every employe ally, at the same time hoping the of Cc ebrateii tor aryle. ier(frt (It. tlmpllclry JSuslntit Jlrretvllk Washington 4am timr, Sunshlno Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M.. ani nearly monty andcjltn tlnfattnt, Is depositing in banks, Or investing rest of the counry would save hem i Mllabllajr and U,wn40 Inveata. Sold 'in anj meets every first and third Friday Piteat ind Infringement Practice Exclusively. 'y,t'lyo. by mall the United hutei nights In enrh month. ' Cinida, M- iin homes and lots, an average of from a Democratic administration, tt Wi lt or coroo to ua at Ulrt. Store aoldlnaS any other make. J,end lor tree cauiocut! Griffin, .Lady Commander; Mrs. II. Tit rjjbth Straat, star Valt4 SUUa faUat OAca, a month. These workmen is an open secret. In the present $18.7C McCALL'S MAGAZINE WaINOTON. D. c. E. Mlschke, Lady Record Keeper. Are you Interested In what Is takare buying homes, on .contract, val- campaign the Republicans featured Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. macailna-nillll- on a month. Invaluable. LaU uearly ?5,000,000. on which the Tariff, and they solldfled the op- ing place Vlay by day all over the ued at M meets overy th!il Saturday night Cit atylca. patterna, IrriainaLIni', inllHnerT. arp you NEED THE tbcy. fcavc Pa'l uearly 11,200,000. position to tho Democrats on that world? If you in each month. John T. Moore High etiquette, ciH.d atorlea, ate. Only f centa i I'ricst; W. S. Tinsley, Secretary. gain per man in bank deposited Issue as they could not have done COURIER-JOUNRATho bubicrUe today, or send tor faiupla AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. n.. If there Is an aeent in your town is 130 ',& per cent; In life insurance on any other. The future of the Stato Officers President. J. 11. Mc- - WONDESfVi; INDUCEMENTS to Arjenti. 86 per cent, in homes owned S7 Vi Republican party should bo safe, un- - give him a trial order one month-Da- lly brlnBi Connell, Princeton, Ky.; VIco Presi- I and new cashI'oi tal oflera. premium caUlocuo prize Addreai &0 cents, with Sunday 75 cents. por cent, and so on down the list. dent, J, II. Ilurnoy, Muhl(nbcrg Co.; IW HcCAU C3 M ler wise leadership. And no doubt 7lU St. Ntw Y0BR Secretary & Treas.. S. B. Robertson. if tbero Is no agent In your town 1,000 and 1,100 foreign j the sad experiences following the dls- Uetween CaUioun, .Ky.; Organizer, T. H. Dal- your order to tho paper in cmployes are learning English at the aster of 1912 will bring the needful glvo MJUNB'S HEM SUCCEBO I main, Hartford, Ky. which this aUvcrtlscment appears oru piani, laugui uy oiuer rorn em- wisdom. Pueblo Chieftain. SPECIAL OFFER:mill Members Stato Executive Board may fe'ct a special clubbing (you Naw.Baalaraa. A trial MalaUkalUoar narlnanant ruitAiiur. ployes, who liavo caught the spirit of Ben Watson, Webster county; J. W. biaka tou Dunn, Daviess llieak It rate), or send the order direct to movement ami are Vmir Cold h Dangerous the LUNGS .Mre CslltctlM HffW"iil Ohio county; E.county; Hdnry Plrtlc.- AMD CURE . lZKIIaaBt 1 SlaialtaM. alalaaanaBaMa I. Ray, Hardin countho Courier-Journa- l. U)f Xow. doing the teaching on their own time vr nnHirip.iipienoiai ubi, orw all. Hii- -i vanUr la ruioa !ty; C. G. Davenportt, Warren county. WEEKLY COHRIER-JOURNAA Cold Is reudily catching. hai A runwtkwkjn k.w.v v rbKAb without intrinsic reward. : WITH Ohio County Officers S. L. StevWrite today; Mention this Piper down system Is susceptiblo to Germs. been discontinued, but FARM AND 4 ens, President; Henry PIrtle, Sec-- I You owe It to yourself and to others FAMILY, a most excellent illustratSAAAAAVSAAAAMAaavWW rotary; S. E. Dennett, Treasurer. SEND 10 CENTSTsluabU COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. of your household to tight tho GcrniB ed monthly magazine, iu a worthy i it) e pmiH Md MklB( nd ! thl i wt FOR FLETCHER'S Osna Shults, Chairman, Hartford, i eojiMuoa 01 successor. Tho price is only 25 centa iu iujt big itompaiti lufitMr at once. l)r. Hell's w. nraiiiiiiii rra CI ita riant Ky. iiiirHuiit 1M pnirR . fUoU. W I UUI WI ftMUl MlUt Is line for Colds and Coughs. iCl uos It a year. Ask for a sample copy. FOB ceo & si.oa i. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky, H. W. Buckbf 8. 'V&V&0WSIL i . i o T. J. Brooks, Fordsvllle, Ky. Tfffl llnlll. 17.. 4- stops the Cough loosens rS"01.Ua nsB nun ai, ..,...,r. " Coilrier-Joilrn- al 5! CompaiiQ His Ambition. and soothes the Lunjjs. It's guar-- , Ira Boarth, Olaton, Ky. iiUi2il.i"QTnOUOLI:5. 4. II. O. Autry, Balzetown, Ky. Miss Hotchklss was u poctus vho anteedt Only 20c at your DrugIncorporated II KOHE7i ?v?TtKZt.'J?Jv" E. G. Austin, Prentiss. r. TYM prJded herself upjn her boul.il t'.i- - gist, l LOUISVILLE, HV. M.fitr;' J. L. Brown, Rockport, Ky. l thres-vdini- ic fihip-bulldlnp, .i,i 'c bowels freely, tone up your Stomach, cure your Constipation and Wlty the Blood. 25c at Druggists, Uucklen's Arnica Salve excellent for 1 1'iles. ". !.. u, - lll0.v j bathed the Continent in a of blood. France alnif, urdcr hi Ica.iT. jhip, fought Germany. Avstria, Italy, and Gtcat Britain ..'. w, I Get these Memoirs Free Hy special arrangement v iih the pub- JUSTICES' COURTS. Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday after ad .Monday In .March, Tuesday aft- ler 3d Monday lu June, 'liiestlay alt- jcr Jd Monday lu September, Tues-da- y after oil .Monilay in lieLomber. L. A. .McD.mlel, Rockport, Friday j after Id Monday In .March, Friday after Sil .Moiwluy in June, Friday (after Sd Monday In Seiiteiubur, Friday after ud Monday iu December. S. V. I.each, Cromwell, Wednesday ARTHUR j Attorney at Law WITH M. L. D. KIRK KY. IIEAVM.V s MARTFOKD, ASSOCIATED J This office Ih eiiiliped for hand ling Commercial Law and CoHecllou-Iteiuas well as other legal and litigated matters. I'ractlcu lu all the courts. Prompt nnd vigorous service. M. L. Heavrln's Office. y Cleaned Pressed Repairing neatly done. m special attention. Hats and Repaired. PREPARED y delivered. month. rate per a i-- JkM ' lj 2 W. H. RILEY Ucti-net- ' O.0 I eynth a, Children Cry SsM WILL TAKE OUR n; Collierfs Collier First Time PM CAT.QRIA FREE in Clubs bi r Daily mk2Ar" run-dow- n Courier- - Journal con-neiti- uii $6 a Year Krcni-mzini- ! j el , Sunday Courier Journal $2 a Year Best Best Best Best Best Best National xA-a - yirv..a.jt,. aS-fe- WiBP& Bitters e !; irt NEWSPAPERS 0 1 0. I $2.50 State profit-sharin- ( J i Market Reports Foreign Political Pest Everything Best for Everybody ( 5 mm i (mmn Sat-urid- I SEEDS $ ". m KILLthe COUCH the Children. Cry j CAST.O Ilne-Tar-Hoii- ey Dr. King's New Discovery RA l s, roucHs "" & 9 BABY HOWITZER mazr 3iiisnnu ivnv i witiri Ifl Llililh.'TiTi: ft NEW Throws Shell Diameter For Infant3 and Children. products abroad and we have actually bought more than double the amount of breadstuffs raised upon GERMAN GUN foreign grain fields. And "tho worst is yet to come"! Yes, the question of markets is truly tho biggest question In agriFoot or More In culture, and It is far from belli,? a "local Issue." Northwestern Is Visible Agrl-culauri- fa lkoT3lit CASTOF?! M.coiioi. 3 pri, ,.,.v' Attgc nMcPrfpar.il!oni;v.l5 sim talliiSiteltaianiitaiuh -- The Kind You Have In Flight. A at I'ra nk (icrmun. Always Bought Bears the Signature nf A ferS tfoitf KtaVJ linjlllicbinraclBajulIicrtcistJ icTTSniWiC ui&itfisra PromolcsDigeslionJCIwrfl! ni'ssjiiKllfcst.CoiitJinsnentf 0iiiiH.Morp!iiuc norMiacrd. Not N ah c otic Jim fill S.rJm fiLW ir If . A. r lattatKi.' Ma Ctapfirrf Sinr U't TrHl! i?8W ?fitc Apcrferl IVnvdy forCoroltya t Ion , Sour Stnmacli.lliarrta Vorms.l)im:!sions .V"r't' i tv KM ncssamlLossorSlXi:.'. FacStnnk SignaTurf of NEVYOJRK. for hirty Yeano city. innnrantccd underlie Exact Copy o( Wrapper. PACTOHii tmc ccNTAun eoMAitr. new re.n Stare k Pianos No Money in Advance Satiafac (ion Guar agM". tarn ? - 4ssaaaaaV PricctH Enn serfs' Tonus A Sn ving ol SI on (o LovrNat ory antood Fact S2UO P A. STARCK rncaiotur From Fac torv Direct We will hlilp ou a beautiful Starck Piano for 3i1 free trial, in ypur home. No cash payment required. All we usk Is that dux' will play upon, use you amJ test this piano for Ir. at the cml of that time, you dci not And It the higbeit era dp. Hwcctc.it toned nnd tlneit pin no In every way, that you have ever scon for the money. ou ure at perfect liberty to send tt back, and we will. In that event, pay the freight both ways. This btarclc Piano must make good with you. or there Is no sate. , Wo thlp ilirrct to you from our factory, at prltu that )ou upward! of $150.00 In tlu cost if your piano. We guarantee to tumiaa ou a better piano for the money thin )ou can iictirr rlacwhrre. You arrfumircl o( receiving a satisfactory swert toaed durW hie1! gradi pi 1110, 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL IW&ll $150.00 Sm tr Mart Easy Payments manufacturer. These terms are arranged to ault your convenience, and it U possible for 'you to My a pkino for your home, without ue Tot pay no cith dvn, but after 39 days of trial, you can begin payment on the lowest, raslcrt tenni ecr tuRgftoi by a piano OR.Vaav Csasafaa nl r nlnlre th; money. Every aVarck IMano la sntranteed for IS years. This ajuaraate back years of plan e! ;t our sTrlencr, and the rrpa tatlon of nn rcpuuible plana house. 2n.-Ha- ". T li a 10 Frt Muslt To rmy purcluier of Starck 1'Ianos. we glre free mutio Irawni. In one of the belt known school In Chicago. Thce Icssona you nm take In your own borne, by mall. This rrpreacnU odc year's free Initructlon. number ol lltrhtly used pianos of aH ant second-hantandard makes taken In for new Starck Pianos and riAyer-PlanoThs follow Inc art a few sample bargilnsi fan hare constantly on hand larralitt rHaywPiMtM Ugbted with the many exclusive 'features of these wonderful Instruments, and will be pleased with ths tery low prises at which tney can tie secured. . oisiriK m. Player-Piano- s the best nl mint rxtiutl. tut Player Pianos on taa urket. You will be dc Starck ara London, Nov. 29. Krupp's baby bowltzer "inlnenwurfcr" It la called by the Germans Is the Intost terror the allied armies are called upon to face In tho trenches; and Its nov- city. Its comparative simplicity nnd Its tlestructlveness attest to tho completeness of the German fighting equipment. Tho huse howitzers with tho Germans battered down , which the strongest IJelglan forts wera for n time tho most talkod-o- t feature of the German artillery; but now that Colonel K. I). Swlnton, the Urltlsh with the expeditionary forces, has drawn attention to this trench howitzer, the British press Is describing It. The uniqueness of tho llttlo howitzer lies in the fact that though Its caliber Is less than three Inches, it throws a shell whote diameter is more than a foot, weighing, with Its charge of high explosive, nearly two hundred pounds. This is done by the simple expedient of attaching a small "adapter" to the shell, while the shell itself rests on the mouth of the gun in a sort of a cup. The "adapter" Is a metal bar, which fibs perfectly Into the bore of the gun. Dcing expelled it takes with it the shell, which promptly separates itself and continues Its flight alone to fall In a trench where Its explosion demolishes earthworks so arduously prepared by the Allies. To visualize how It leaves the howitzer one has but to imagine a small boy placing a cherry with a pin thrust in It over tho mouth of a blow gun. The "Mlnenwurfer's" shell Is the cherry; the "adapter" the pin. The velocity or the shell Is low Only 230 feet per second. The lowest elevation from which it Is fired Is 45 degrees, an angle at which the shell travels r50 yards. Eighty degrees 13 tho highest angle at which It may be fired an elevation used when trenches-aronly 190 yards apart. Traveling slowly toward the trench with tho annoying leisure of a lobbed tenuis ball, the course of the shell may be plainly followed. Men can dodge it, but Its explosive interior works havoc with the trench. This U all that Is expected of It. Though accounts from the allied front have given no circumstantial acounts of what It has done as a destructive agent, the effect can be surmised when one is reminded that four pounds of dynamite Is considered sufficient to demolish breastworks from two to three feet in thickness. The weight of the gun itself Is only 130 pouuds and Its mounting weighs thirty pounds less. It Ms attached, however, to a heavy bed, or platform, weighing nearly a thousand pounds. Yet with the whole property wheeled two men can readily transport it short distances under normal conditions. l ! "eye-witnes- Maxlmllllan Harden Is well remembered for the exposures he made In his paper of the vices of a crowd g of courtiers who clustered around the emperor of Germany a few years ngo. Harden was a member of the German Parliament. He was also an editor. Ho made his charges in n paper. Tho charges were denounced by tho military clique. Hardin wns asked to eat his words, but ho stood by his pen and Ink, de manded a trial and in the courts of Germany made such progress In proving his charges that the cases against him were smothered.. He did, however, suffer a brief sentence for lese majeste. Harden has written an article upon the present war. He gives the German viewpoint with characterisHe does not seek to tic frankness. cover its shocking material mldavel-isby soft phrases. Ho accepts Germany's responsibility for this war. Ho believes it should be fought out and won because he believes that Germany should be greater tn the affairs of the world than site now is. Mr. Olney, Grover Cleveland's secretary of state, once said that the flat of the United States should be the supremo law of , the western continent In Its relations to Europe. Mr. Harden believes that the fiat of Germany should be the supreme law In Europe, and if needs be, over the world. He says when the war Is over Germany will hold Belgium because it needs Belgium, and will hold the northern part of France because It needs the seaport of Calais. Mr. Hardin on the general attitude of Germany has this to say: "Let us drop our miserable attempts to excuse Germany's action. Not against our will and as a nation taken by surprise did we hurl ourselves into this gigantic venture. We willed it. We had to will It. We do not stand before the Judgment seat of Europe. We acknowledge no- such Our might Jurisdiction. shall create a new law In Europe. It is Germany that strikes. When she has conquered new dominions for her genius, then the priesthood of all the gods wUl praise the god of war. "Germany Is not making this war to punish sinners, or to free oppressed people, and then to rest In the consciousness of disinterested magnanimity. She sets out from the Immovable conviction that her achievements entitle her to demand more elbow room on the earth and wider outlets for her activity." Mr. Hardin is a frank man. Courier-tlnie-servlnm - Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt sr, h.trt I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able iu "u uuy ui nijr lluuotWUIft, rtllUr of Cardui, I began to feel like a ni gained 35 pounds, and now, I dc as well as run a bi? water mill. 1 wish every suffering woman would give It Always Helps says I a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, ut The Womaxf s Tonic tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. Get a Bottle Today! lvj wj , xj mj mi imi ivj mi xmi kmi imt imt (! JAMES & CO., Pirst Class Liverymen Centertown, Prompt - Kentucky. A ttention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING EATES. $1.35 The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.76 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm L75 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The republican and uany uwensDoro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.7& The Republican and 175 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 1.60 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 Globe-Democrat Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to Journal. THE REPUBLICAN WHY NOT MAKE Ltttant Weber Stciaway Chickering Kimball Starck 1110.00 91.00 90.03 93.00 193.00 Send for our latest complete second hand bargain H.U P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1343 Starck Bid., CHICAGO Send today for our new beautifully Illustrated piano Iwok which gives you a large amount of Information regarding pianos. This book will interest and please you. Write today. Plant lwk Frat Mrs.. McClaln.s .Experience .With Croup. "When my boy, Ray, was small he was subject to croup, and I was always alarmed at such times. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy proved far better than any other for this trouble. It always relieved him quickly. I am never without it In the house for I know It Is a positive cur for croup," writes Mrs. W. R. McClaln, Blalrs-villPa. For sale by all dealers. e. Farm For Sale. .Acres on Hartford and Rockpor road, 1 2 miles from Broadway and 2 miles from Rockport. Schoolhouse Mge of farm aid church near. on Three roads pass dwelling house which la on Hartford R. F. D. No. Most of land perfectly level. Any on; desiring1 to purchase farm will do wtfll to Investigate. Price reasonar ble. Apply for further information to BARNETT & SON, Ag0nts. ' 150 1-4- $2005 fl A MONTH boxes -- That's $50.00 a Week, almost $1Q.00 a Day well-to-d- o - O Pare , $ A Demand Fur From IleinK n Local Issue. We have today through the Free-TraTariff all tho evils predicted in connection with President Taft's .Canadian Reciprocity Pact, with not even Its few restrictive benefits. The present Underwood tariff law has worked both ways to Injure the American farmer and American workt . ' .'I a 1C0 pi-- n H.itnn.titLl.1 m 6 larVil '" MI bn..h:i 1 UiulU 1J man. It has Incrcasfl what Cannd.i ... li. ... nvLl.rr-- r Iir.M.vriM.- ila &jv r ia ril ..... fw.., f.M1i.w 1m;'i ... .lL.i.r..ji.iiriuM. lik'i ir ja sells to tho United Stales by $40,000,-00- 0 "SECANDr 'Z," 'XT' , r,5 " W -.ii "Oy of BufWo" while, at the eatne time, Canada May lsttoDeclst Daily CLEVELAND az-- BUWALO has bought from the United States . CvOA.M. .r.!vo(..v-t- tJ MJA.H. Aj.iv. CuuaV. '.,000,000 lew, tn this U3t ye.tr .Jin) .1 CtiaJLii Tolm.. Railroad llrkn. than the year baToro This is not C riimn .1 BntTJj for Mictn Tjl1. und .:i I urn t rollUcs; it Is statistic::. Kir is t . it a ua I . U.Juu. Ulu.uaird booUn frc- -. wT-.,t' . .. f" t'Cif'. . a confined to our trade with THE CLEVELAND & BUFTALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland. O. ('tnada. Our lotul oxports of agri2 - s: cultural Implements for the fiscal ,iar ending .luiu :!0, "J1X. were $40,512,352, but for the year ending OVER 63 YCARS' June 30, 19 il Hinder the Free-Trad- e Buckbee's "Full ol Life" Northern Gross) EXPCniENCE law), they wero only $31,-90Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation ol Vi years ol juccestful seed growing behind them, it pays lie 70. At the same tlmo we have slant the best. Seasonable Specialties: decreased our exports of animals by BUANS , $3 Bushel over $2,000,000 and of breadstuffs , Earliest Red Valentin 50 lj.35 Bushel over $46,000,000, but we hare InNsw Stringless Green Pod li.7o Bushel Wardwell'a Imp. Kidney Wax li o Bushel creased our Imports of animals by Trade Marks Davis New Wli'le Wax . . UjS Bushel nearly 200 per cent viz., In' 1913, DESION3 Currie's Rust 'rToof Wax . 4 so Bushel CovniaHTS Ac. PBA8 1 so Bushel $9,585,791, and In 1914, $24,712,-11- 1, Extra Early Alaska 5 so Bushel New Early Gradus and our Imports of breadstuffs Ifl-Ilorsford's Market Garden . I J so Bushel have also Increased from $16,821,-C4Buckbee's Lightning Express Jj oo Bushel A.. rmn. l)lilt nirntirr for Mucunuir DaientB. I'atrnis taken turuunh Jlunu k Co. receive in 1913, to $36,540,651. Lettuce. sUdith, Tomato and a full line of ' jxrloJ iwlke, without chants, la the Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. It will be noted that the two years Send for complete catalogue or submit a list at your requirements and wlUquote price. Sciciilific of comparison were wholly before the Buy direct from the grower Save Money. IHuitrated WMklr lArvMt ctr A Write today. Mention this paper. war. WUMiu j'luiusi. iciuie, w m 41 11" I u ' !Kjri lour niuiiiUsHBist avfw mu uwwwvviuwr The Hartford Republican 02 weeks Think of these facts, farmers! M4Bmwa. You have sold millions less of farm for 1.0O. asWsaatlt.. lOf ml Sent tea aUfjai de fesl08fev. Cleveland DAILY BETWEEN C 3 02 for Common Sense Turlff ''l 11 -- W4i-ir- . hit-resu- Ui t--. SEEDS ... .... 5, ilHElE jmm. (41 6, Law. Every cannon fired in Europe proclaims the soundness of the theory of So far as possible the Protection. United States must be made sufficient unto itself. It must manufacture what it needs out of materials produced here. The policy of tho P't'S?.aaaaaaaiaaaPSf!flsssH Government must be framed so as to 553KssaaaaaaWii?i3lfB encourage the development of all tho latent resources of this great continent, and the certainty of reward must be sufficient to encourage chemists and Inventors and metallurgists and men of science of all kinds to tholr time and energy to cheapening tho processes of manufacture CaoacHy 20,000 Sales Our Ns Horn of the native minerals until we can complete with tho world. The Merchants nnd Manufacturers Asociatlon has percolved tho signi ficance of tho embargo which war has ' put on tho shipment of materials ' BUCKBEE'S BULBS SUCCEED. ' needed In American manufacturing .SPECIAL OFFER' processes. Its resolution demanding (a build New UHsvlneu. A" r 'mJa trial will tn&ka you a permanent oiu-that Congress aslst in bringing about ' tnmnr. Hitlaf atHlon HUAXiWtOed Of JOUX ' ' monBV ref undtML the Industrial Independence of AmSoBveakCoUidloa;;! erica by making the necssary changes Hj ii. aU.Ua UmiIM mU. r H;MUt.rWh.fIkwi k. . SrrUa SM.Uk.. UU. ftul in S4UU, in the Tariff laws Is concelced In lr.rt.Sr tUnlJW tki.UTuUr.rwn. T.Up.VkilKUM I tho right spirit. If tho CongresUMMM. HI I fUs. TuUr.Oi.J rn.4, UUkukn TKUB T PLKASK sional leaders are big enough to Mtatlon thlt Pttatr I Writ to'dty recognlzo their duty when confrontaf.l.srS',"f.aj.tP.ra.r.J"a.rit1tt I last a4 Malt IUU JU Wis aaataua aaU ed by a condition they will abandon .... T. a... .i ana. umitww, I I fl IHUM rla'- i"s.)w" r was li. ajsjsat r 4i I their theories and act accordingly. 1 Xm Ua9JssMsIaWa iaaJa. Naiawni iwmil But it is too much to expect of a l UsjstaBMM ajiarua IUf insiai legislative body that has beeu deLWtMtCV toKfcvwtf. sUfiS WOaOkU IT. voting Itself to the destruction of aWCf 0fL9, nx. VnJJt Ledger. Public do-vo- te one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of opportunithe best, clean-cu- t ties ever received. Without preUous experience YOU can duplicate the success of others. catalog Our handsomely Illustrated will enable you to present the subject to cus tomers in as interesting a manner as mougu you wero piloting them through our factory, lien appointed as and Instructions for nelliiitr safes, slvinir .(mivii rniivinnlnir taHitii" nointa which It Is iniDOsslble for a prospective customer to deny. WM don't YOU bo the llrst to apply from your vicinity before someone else gets the territory! We can favor only one salesman out of each locality. lIlCMluauuivertnry uium company was celebrated by erecting the most modern safe factory in the world. Wideawake men who received our special selling Inducement, -" ltuee;s:7 money-making e to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and farmers, all of whom realize the peed of a sate, but do not know bow easy it la toown Selling Victor Safes and ci:rti ouroutput. We ars speo4i."V many thousands of dollar en larslrzo'ir sale? organlzAtlosi but to learn all particular?., wlllcottyou omy the prlca fit postal card. Ask for Catalogue 1 t;i ss 6 T. THE VICTOR SAFE Annually. & LOCK GO. OHIO CIICIIUTI, BULBS tlr-- Ladies! &ave Money and Keep La1 1 tPCAUS Style by Reading McCalfr Magazine and Using McCall Patterns Mat alias wilt MAGAZINE rt a oxpeusoby licln you drc-- j strt-Ulil- y booplnic ion do a t oil on 11)4 l.ui'H inbiimiis in , ckibei and hits, to In rich lasuo. Aho alvabla Information tui nil homo and prr Only tonal muou. too a year, lucludlnu a f'ej pattern. Sub- ktiIo today or send for fifo Mtuplo copy. HcCall Patltru mil euablerou to make In your onn homo, wlili yjir mn Imids rloiblii'ifor yourself and rlilhltiii wuliu full b perfect la stylo ami fit. 1'rivn-riiui- io hither llniu li cents Send for freo l'atieru Calaloiiuo. ( Ws W3I Dm Tt.FiM Prtmls for ironing; sub. srrlplioniawanjwur friends. Send fur fre I'leuiluiii t'staloiiue and Cash Priso Offer,, y!., ikau cwrm, ua z Vat 37 St, bev rauilcraia SHIM TT 77 T" Malm lMvVvUUsU Ih.j awa I i !. M&S H. W. BUCKBEE m mr trtuwi il ' iwua IflH' 111 1 IrVA W MJKWiiUKt - HTfTlTYfHfTffY Kentucky. tu. i a. t 2 Owensboro, QUIT BUSINESS! Entire Mammoth Stock Selling For a Fraction of Its Real Value You newly married folks and will Have the bargain Harvest of your lives. brides-to-b- e out-of-to- wn people Sale Begins Friday, Dec 4th In Some Instances $1.00 Does (he Work of $4.00. All Profit Sweft Away During This Quit Business Sale. Drop everything and rush here. If you value money, buy your house furnishing needs during this BIG QUIT BUSINESS SALE. We expect to sell $20,000.00 worth of FURNITURE. CARPETS. RUGS. STOVES and RANGES the first week. Jump into the crowds: be your own salesman and grab your share of the wonderful bargains. fllllllllllJIlllfllfflB JM' IBM Brnrr ittttth him II B itbftjb Prices Smashed; the Building Must Be Vacated; Stock Must Be Sold Quickly Peoples Furniture Company 110-11- 2 East Main Street, Owensboro, Ky. WE CAREFULLY PACK AND PREPAY THE FREIGHT ON ALL OUT-OF-TOW- N GOODS OTEST 5"5fild WAR NEWS Mr. Phillips had Stom- Monday. Marshal Sir John French Commander in chief of the British forces in the field, in a report covering tie activities of the British troops Jrom Xovember 11 to 20, speaks in an optimistic vein concerning the position of the Allies, and says that "sisrus aro in evidence that we are pebbly In the last stages of the &atUe from Ypres to Armentleres." 0 ach Trouble for More than Five Years. lastest otficial reports from Ruitlaii headquarters state that the advantage in the fighting in North-- r Polland still lies with the Russian army. It is officially stated that enormous losbes have been inflicted on the Germans, but no metion Is made of the capture of theGer-raa- n divisions. Opposed to this is the German official report, which vayji that the Kusfaian attacks have ite-trepulsed. It Is stated that Emperor William has Joined Field Marshal von Illudcuburg o offer advice and courage the troops. The Tt-n many has paid thus far to the Grand In Belgium violent bombardment Duchy of Luxemburg $31S,200 war took place to the west of Dixmude. Indemnity. Austrain troops occupied Belgrade, the .former capital of Servla, yesWednesday. anniversary Four monarchs of Europe, tho&e terday on the sixty-sixt- h England, Russia, Germany and of the reign of Emperor Francis of Dispatches from London Belgium, are either at the battle-fro- Josepr. today or on their way. The state that the Emperor is very feeble Czar and Emperor William are In and that his death Is expected any East Prussia, King George is in day. France and King Albert in the The official Russian report Issued trenches in Belgium. from Petrograd last night says there Vienna reports the defeat of the was a lull on all tho fronts with the Servian forces. Since the offensive exception of a midnight attack north movement aginst the Servians was of Lodz, which was repulsed by the The Germans claim they begun the Austrians say they have Russians. succeeded In escaping from the ring prisoners. taken 19,000 the Russians had drawn around A Berlin report says that the Rus- them and that in the scries of mansian defeat in Hungary was much euvers they captured 80,000 prisworse than at first reported. The oners. Reichstag will meet today and will Gen. Christian de Wet, leader of bo asked to vote a war loan of force is said to consist of the rebellion in the Union of South array corps, active and reserve. Africa, has been captured. 58 nt ' Rus-vxn- nt claim decisive Miccess before Sra.v Sk nrena the Germans slackened in their attacks and Allies claim to have captured .ome points of vantage around Ypres. The webiern '1'httre has been no development in is in laid on the clause In the King's of tfiwtch at the opening of Parliament demanding that every assistance bo rests upon its warning aglnst over Sivm for the needs of the army. optimism. Three nt the Balkan situation, but stress It. Phillips, Jr.. 139 More-lan- d Ave., Atlanta, Georgia, writes: "I had the catarrh and stomach troubla for more than Ave years, and I faithfully tried all the medicine? I saw advertised, and found they all failed to cure me. I then heard of Peruna. I purchased six bottles, and after their use I Boon discovered that I wa3 well, 3afe and sound. I now weigh two hundred and ten pounds, and have never been sick since I toolc Peruna. It surely Is the best medicine for colds, stomach trouble and catarrh that I ever heard Mr. "W. engagements seem to be In progress Berlin recehed word from Sofia between Thorn and Cracow. British that th3 Servian Cabinet had been military experts contend that Von overthrown. Ulndenburg's forces have been cut Into three units. Tuesday. The French Ministry of Foreign Dutch papers report that tho GerAffairs has issued a Yellow Book mans have imposed an lndrrunlty of J. A. DEAN, hearing on the causes of the war, de $7,000,000 per month on Belgium for The Reichstag voted a war credit Refcrco in Bankruptcy. voted primarily to a recital of the the duration of the war to maintain of $1,250,000,000, only ouo vote ben troops, Mediations which followed the and $75,000,000 asi a war ing cast in the negative. Farms Kor Sale. note to Servla, the declarations levy for violations of neutrality. Largo and small farms at a barof war by Germany on rtubsla and Railroad traflic in the Brusselu reThe Hungarian Chamber of Depu- gain. ELI WESLEY, Agt., France and tho declaration of the En- gion has been suspended. ties unanimously adopted tho war Cumberland 'phone. Hartford, Ky. tente Powers following. Germans measure submitted to it und also tho ffiufo renewed nlinckh around Arras, England was surprised at tho an- arbitration convention with tho x.od the British are ugiu bombarding nouncement that King George had United States. aSue 'Csraan base ut ZeebrugRe. gone to visit he British forces In Yesterday was the fortieth Franco. Activities have been renewed in For Iofaat and CUUro. im..l.mMf..M., There has been on decision in the ItlrtliHfiv uumicmat; ui 1iri....t TV llimuu i the western battlefields. In tho ui.imuu (important buttle In Poland. The tjycui-iregion in France tho Germans taKMYNHaviAlwijslNcM uurcuui, v irsi L.oru oi me Merlin, Government says there is Admiralty. blew up with a mine the projections Boars the aolhing oi importance to report, , of the forts west of while ignataniof while the Russian announcement It Is officially announced that Ger the Allies took two towns in Alsace. Aus-txin- Notice III Bankruptcy. An attempt on the part of the In the District Court of the United Germans to take the trenches at Blx- States for the Western Disrlct of Ken schoote is aid to have failed, but tucky. is believed to forecast another moveIn the matter of Elbert II. Goodall, ment toward Calais. Activity has bankrupt. been resumed also near Arras. To the creditors of Elbert II. Good-al- l, of Centertown, In the County of e explained yesterday Ohio, and District aforesaid, bankthat the 55,000,000,000 reference to rupt. the United States In his recent speech Notice is hereby given that on the meant that amount was either owed 23rd day of November, A. D., 1914, to England by us or Invested here. the said Elbert II. Goodall was duly Tho Distinguished Service Order has adjudicated bankrupt, and that the English ofbeen avrde to flty-nln- o first meeting of creditors will be held ficers. at tho law office of Otto C. Martin, in Hartford, Kentucky, on the 11th Thursday. day of December. A. D., 1914, at I, The Italian Parliament will reas- P. M., at which time the said credit- semble today and Its deliberations ors may utend, prove their claims, are awaited with anxiety, as this appoint a trustee, examine tho Bank- Is considered the gravest moment rupt, and transact such other busl- In her history. Premier Saiandra, vififia nn mnv nrnnnrlv nnttin hnfni'o in Dresnttne his new Cabinet, will I said meeting, deal with Italy's attitude with ref I Petition filed November 21, 1914. erence to the presnt war. Owensboro, Ky., November 30, 1914. Lloyd-Georg- 4 CHRISTMAS RIGHT NOW V yJLXf. AND HE 4) WHAT A JOY TO GIVE PRESENTS! THAT GIVETH SHALL RECEIVE. NOW IS THE TIME: OUR STORE (S THE STORE TO BUY THINGS ( J I TO GIVE ALL YOUR FRIENDS AND GAMILV. THE RUSH WILL SOON BE ON. SO COME THIS UERY WEEK AND BUY FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS NEEDS WHILE YOU CAN TAKE ! I PLENTY OF TIME TO CHOOSE WHAT YOU WANT. OUR STORE IS THE STORE WHERE YOUR MONEY GOES FAR. CASTOR A I CARSON & CO. 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