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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Y4ar No. 23T HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1914. covered for Injuries resulting In death nor for Injuries to person or MUST SHOW ACT IS INVALID The Minister of Marine at Buenos Aires has been Informed Congress Decides to Vote on that two British warships have enCourt of Appeals Declares tered the Straits of Magellan In purProhibition Dec. 22. suit of the German cruiser Dresden, Unconstitutional. In refugo at Punta Arenas. It Is reported lu Toklo that the German Vote to armed merchantman Oxford has been Will Require Two-Thirconstitution." Dissenting Opinions Filed By captured by tho British In the Indian "Tho act makes It voluntary Submit the Amendment Ocean, and that tho German convertaccept Hobson Judges Miller. whether any employer shall ed cruiser Cormorant has entered the the provisions of tho act on one To Voters. harbor at Guam. , and Lassing. hand, or whether the employe shall werk for or remain In the service of Poland More thun 500 towns 4iis employer after the latter has Washington, Dec. 12. The Issues have been ruined by the opposing 1 .ink fort, Dec. 12. The made his election to work under the In Poland, It Is claimed. Each of national prohibition, and woman wommen's compensation net was act, taking from tho employer, how- - RiifTrnsre will be nlaced sauarelv be- - armies army accuses the other of looting held unconstitutional by the Court ever, his common-ladefenses above forH the hoU8e of renrC8entatlves ns and cruelty. The Germans claim of Appeals yesterday morning. Judge specified. In case he declines to work n today by ., a distinct gain In Northern Poland, Miller wrote a dissenting opinion. In under this act, and saving to tho house rules committee, when It de- while the Russians anouncc a rewhich Chief Justice Hobson and employer these defenses against his cided to report special rules for the alignment of their forces in the WarJudge Lassiug Joined. employe who refuses to accept the consideration constitutional saw field. Xo iinportant developof The majority opinion delivered by provisions of the act." amendments on both subjects. Inci- ments wcr reported in France and Special JihIkc Dorsey, held that, by "Kentucky is to he the first State dentally, the committee put an end Belgium. restricting the employes' grounds for making this radical departure, and In all hope of an extended holiday recovery and the employers defenses. doing so this court falls, It seems to to recess. Turkey. Enver Pash has taken If they do not Join tho fund, they are me, to make tho essential legal disRepresentative Henry, chairman command of tho Caucasian army and practically coerced into the contract, tinction between compulsory and of the rules committee, asserted the Bey has uceeded him as tltus violating section 54 of the Con- elective acts, by giving more effect rulo on the Hobson prohibition reso- Taluat Minister of War. stitution, but states tho belief that to Imaginative cases than to real lution will b presented December 22 the Legislature can enact such a cases. and the resolution, after eight hours Wednesday. Jaw that will be valid. "I do not understand It to be of debate will be pressed to a vote Germany The Germau converted says In claimed The majority opinion that parties may not agree on that date. He said the suffrage cruiser Cormorant and her 22 officers part: to waive their constitutional and le- resolution would follow Immedi- and 355 men Interned voluntary yes"The compensation of the Injured gal rights. To refuse them that ately. terday at Guam, an Island belongman in limited to the amount sped-1- 1 right would In Itself be unconstituMembers of tho house, anxious to ing to' the United States. An official ed In the schedule of the uct. This tional as depriving them of their get away for tho Christmas recess, communication from Punta Arenas constitutes a limitation upon the right of free contract. construed the committee's action as to Santiago announces that the Geramount of his recovery under section "It Is contended that these provi- an evidence of tho determination by man cruiser Dresden left Punta AreX1 of the Constitution!!. sions compel both the employer and the Democratic leaders to limit the nas and that the English cruiser "Wo think It Is within the power employe to accept the provisions of Christmas holidays to two or three Bristol touched ther on Monday. A und right of uu employe to waive this the net by taking away their consti- clays. retroat of the German army marchlimit or recover for Injury, by con- tutional rights In case they refuse to The prohibition and suffrage sup- ing on Warsaw is acknowledged by tract If such contract Is freely and come within the act. porters Immediately began to line up the Berlin report. Several attacks voluntarily made. There may nev--- r In Other States. their forces for the coming encouu-te- r. made by the French are described as have been u word or a syllable "In no case has an elective com"fruitless." the employer and employo In pensation act been held Invalid; on Representative Henry Issued a f.'grd to a contract for employment tho contrary, statutes containing statement asserting he will vote Austria The Austrian official reof l..bor, yet tho act provides that elective features, substantially like against .both the proposed constitu- port claims a successful advance on .such contract shall he conclusively the Kentucky statute, havo exprcss-I- v tional amendments. the Russians In which 31,000 prisonpresumed to have been made between been upheld In Wisconsin. Ohio, As framed by Representative Hobto have been taken. Tho and employe It the Massachusetts and Mlnuesota, while son tho prohibition bill would pro- - ers are the Russians are said, to be retreating Vmp.oyo continues to work for tho Washington and Moiitunu have gono niuit tne sale.manufacture, importa- Rojbrot-Plotrko"mp.ayer after tho employer has further and sustained compulsory tlon and exportation for sale of "In- along the entire front. posfd notices In some conspicuous acts." toxicating liquors for beverage purllncs about his place of business to poses In the United States and , all France The French and Belgian tho i'fect that he has paid his premThe bill provided for all Indus- territory subject to the jurisdiction troops have debouched from Nleuw-poo- rt ium into th efund and accepted the tries employing six persons or over, thereof forever." and occupied the line from the puvlslons of the act. The suffragist amendment would excepting agricultural and domestic Lombaertzyde to "I , after this notice has been pursuits. The State did not assume declare the right of citizens of the outskirts west of Georges, says the the farm of St. nurvtil, the employe should be Injur- the place of on Insurer, but the State Unlted States to vote shall not be report. An advance ed or killed whllo In the service of Compensation Board, composed of the denied or abridged on account of French official Is reported also south of Ypres. the employer, and he, or his personal Attorney General, Secretary of sex. rept csentatlve, sues his employer to and tho Insurance CommisRussia Russian successes In the recover damages, his right to recov- sioner, acted as trustees to collect Mlawa region have been maintained, er is barred by this act, If his Injury from employers a certain percentage WAR NEWS according to the official report. Fierce was caused by or contributed to by of their pay rolls, according to tho LATEST fighting has been continued along the negligence of any other employe schedule of tho law. The board al- the Vistula front. A weakening of of said employer, or if the injudy so acica as irusivu m uio uwmuu- CraMonday was duo to any of the ordinary haz- - linn nr run mnn. i ni niaie luriiimi i . .. "" . aouo' t the batteries is reported around ... " cow. fcnK'ana rds or risks of tho employment or approprlf t,on for a regarding the fate of the U due to any defects in the machln- - , k f d and tho monCy drawn from been raised ,, England A Press Bureau statecruiser Dresden, one of the ery if the defect was known o or tho , solely rrom tho' G 8uadron in the South At- - ment says that 'after a thorough in 2Lh-.i!SL.thPentiums paid in. For .this reason vestigation no evidence of treachery defeated y , Brtu, er ......,, .. ...,, . it was noiieveu mat me aiaie mnu sIiIds recently. The Argonttno Gov- - has been found in the destruction ordinary care, nor lu any event ir the would be Inadequate. 'eminent has received advices that of tho Bulwark. negligence of tho employe contributUnder the law an employer could thQ Dresden has reached Punta Are-d- o ed to such injuries. one of four thfngs. He could re- - i Qn th(j straU of MagolIan whllo Thursday. Shown to Ho Compulsory euipiuyca uu- - uuenos Aires reports that m vossel Kngland IUSO reimuurse ma..... Hartlepool, Whitby and .,.. emu ove e ects . "When an " probaly a German, has been sighted Scarborough, on the East coast of f'fc... ,.v ' "urrisk ,ii ,i. trial in courts for each nccl- - ' In , dolng u,,a no was deprlv. . off Puerto Gallegos surrounded by England were bombarded by German hint by this board, why should ho)dent British ships. warships early yesterday. The land be denied these causes of action cd of the three common law defenses batteries replied and are reported to Why penalized In this way? of contributory negligence, assumpGermany Reports conflict regard- have damaged some of the German "mo this thero is but one answer: risk and tho fellow servant ing the condition of Emperor Wiltion of ships, which aro reported to have W " 'It was the purpose and intent plea. If ho decided to come in un- liam, one stating that the Emperor escaped. The eausualltles among the Vif this act to compel an employe to tho compensation act he could Is rapidly recovering and will return der troops at Hartlepool are reported to nccent Its provisions.' do one of three things: Ho could right to recover Is re- pay his premium into the State fund; to tho front soon, while another dis havo been seven killed and fourteen "When his persons were stricted liy such qualifications and ho could insure In a liability compa- -, patch says that he will bo forced to wounded. Twenty-tw- o uderg0 an oporatlon.for fhe throat. killed and fifty wounded In tho as theso wo think the 11 or no conditions couiu curry uie uurueu ui streets. Thirteen casualties are requalifications and conditions constl-- 1 t' h,lllbeWi pr0vlded ho was ablo to France Roth tho German and ported from Scarborough and two ' meaning of section ,., , tute. within tho ,n Ion that French ottlclal reports contain evikilled and two wounded at Whitby. 54 of tho Constitution, not only u ho was solvent enough to do so. dence that tho Allies' offensive move- Damage was done In all three cities. upon tho amount to be relimitation The maximum rate under the law covered but practically destroys his .was $1.2G per $100, and every om- - ments are gathering Impetus and arc meeting with stubborn resistance by Russia The Russian official report right to recovery. ployer who had not notified the board "When tho employer accepts the otherwise was held to bo conducting the Germau troops who havo been admits that the Russians retreated provisions of this act, the employo is his business under tho provisions of left to hold tho Western line. The slightly on the left bank of the Visy attack Automatically drawn into this so . Ilin Inu. Thn maximum sum that French havo been particularly active tula after a stubborn In tho Woovro region. by tho Germans. On other sections made subject to called contract and ,d 0(U ,n ca8(J of death ,d bo of the front counter attacks were its provisions under pain of being de- - j wa(j ?3700 Th0 compensatlon board Russia Tho battles In Poland- con-tln- u made, and lu the direction of Mlawa his causes of action. It WM t0 dccde a payraentB , cas0 prived of nil almost wlhout Intermission, but tho Germans were repulsed toward ,, cannot bo then said that ho has vol-- . . fn hn nnl no decisive result has been reached tho frontier, according to tho stateelected to accept tho " untarlly nnnl frrtin IIq nnliilrm - "I "" " " In any series of contests. The Ber- ment. visions of tho contract." lin report asserts that the Germans Dissenting Opinion. France Tho French, British and Judge Miller lu his dissenting Kaiser III of Dlptherla, Hays Madrid took 11,000 prisoners and forty guns DUpatcli. in battles aglust tho Russian ceuter. Belgian troops continue their offenopinion, said: Paris, Dec. 1G. A Madrid dissive in the West, and have made fur"Kentucky lu tho first State to published lu the Journal Servia Tho shattered Austrian ther progress, according to the offan act as this unconstitu patch hold such I right wing says: has cronteu the Drtna In- - icial report Issued at Paris. Along tional, "Rellable news received here t to Bosnia, where it was attacked by tho coast of Flanders the Allies had a lu iircpil that tho act Is comnul- V . .. i . . Mnn . . ., ........ u .nl 41. cava t li a Pmnam. William'su nnml I. ... tpnnirrillM.. Thn ftftfPflt tit niir the assistance of tho British fleet, ...4.v.-v.j ii BOiy in inai, in eiiuci, i. tujuiicio iuo employe to accept Its Hon, although recorded by tho bul- - ( Austrian army corps by the Servians which violently bombarded West-endemployer and provisions under penalty of losing letlns as Improved, Is glvlng'great an- - remalus the wonder of military men.' y their rights under section 5.4 of tho xloty. His doctors speak of a serious Get Paul Woodward's prices on Tuesday. that sore throat following dlptherla, which Constitution, which provides Servia Servians, after a fierce Roofing and all kinds of Building tfJrGeneral Assembly shall have no the emperor contracted during' a visit 12tf - to tho Eastern front." battle with Austrlans, have reoccupl- - Material. power to limit the amount to be reKiiKbuid it property. "As I understand the majority opinion, this Is tho only ground upon which It holds the Kentucky act of 1914 Invalid. It tacitly overrules the many other constitutional objections urged against tho act. "The opinion of the majority makes It impossible for the Legislature to pass any effective workmen's compensation uct under our present THEIR COLORS cd Belgrade, their former capital city, which was evacuated December 2, after having been bombarded since July 29. The Austrian official report admits reverses. ds K, w ( m w Agrl-cultu- ro .", """" ,,, .,.. ..... rnnn; P" .. ',,. I I ,,. ,,... I I all-da- ., ,,,, ., - . ..... ? o. absented themselves In the wee smatf' hours last night and It wad lata learned that they left with th Id tntlon of getting PAYNE Mitchell boarded the married. Mr. I. C. train' for Owensboro at Narrows and t Is thought that Miss Murphy was afi ready on the train, having boarded Solons Pay Final Tribute at Davidson Station, but the lattar has not been affirmed. of Sorrow. Miss Murphy and Mr. Mitchell aref very popular with the younger set In Dundee society and their many Official Washington Attends friends wish them a long and happy married life. However, there is one serious obstacle In cupld's path in Solemn Service Held in It was learned later tjiat the Irata" father telephoned the police at Ow House Chamber. ensboro to meet the Inbound t. C'. train ;nnd to watch the Rockport Washington, Dec. 13. The off- boats and apprehend the fleeing cot- -' It Is thought they icial life of the Nation today paid pie If possible. final tribute to the late Sereno E. will try to get to Rockport. Payne, for more than thirty years Gov. McCreary Offors Reward. a member of the House of RepresenFranfort, Ky., Dec. 15. A retatives form New York. Black-garbe- d legislators, executives and mem- ward of $200 was offered for the bers of Judiciary In their sombre arest of a lawless band operating: in flowing robes were Joined by he rep- the vicinity of Island, McLean couo-t- y, by Governor McCreary, on reresentatives of foreign countries In tho first formal funeral ceremony quest of Circuit Judge Blrkhesdj held In the chamber of the House who reported that evidence against the band could not be produced bein'flfteen years. The cloud of sorrow hung heavi- fore he last grand Jury. Several weeks ago the tipples ot est over a little group of legislative veterans who sought the cold com the Consolidated Coal company at fort of companionship In misery far Island were burned with a loss of r. It has also back In a coner In the rear of the about $1,500. ' They were the Republican learned that an attorney at' Island "Old Guard," companions-ln-arm- s of was taken out by a lawless band and the dead statesman In the legislative whipped. In the last few weeks a number battles of a quarter of a century, and they seemed uncomfortable in of letters signed "Possum Hunters' have been received in LIvermore. On the public show of their grief. In the center, stlffy upright, with Saturday night, December 5, a par" folded arms, sat "Uncle Joe" Cannon, ty of men did considerable damage the dead man's chief in many hard-foug- to the Jail at LIvermore, breaking struggles of policy and state- the doors and windows. The Liver-morcitizens attached very little Beside him ranged James craft. Hemenway, of Indiana; John Dwight, Importance to the incident, saying the work of a party of Intoxicate of New York, Ebenezer Hill, of Connecticut, and John Dalzelf, of Penn- ed men. Letters have also been resylvania. All had poignant memor- ceived by the managers ot a maau- ies of standing shoulder to shoulder facturing plant, telling them to diswith the bulky form of the New York charge all negroes. legislator in great and small governYears,., mental struggles. And the simple Returns After Twenty-Thre- e Springfield, 111., Dec. 16. A man funeral cermpny, the quiet strains of the liynis, started unbidden tears who said he was Robert Breckinthat were hurriedly brushed away ridge, son of the late W. C. P. Breckwith studied carelessness. In all the inridge, for twenty years a member solemn formality, the "Old Guard" of Congress from Kentucky, today seemed to have no part. Theirs was walked Into the office of Secretary a deeper, closer grief. And when of State Lewis G. Stcvensun and dethe cermony was done and the hun- clared that he was the man who distwenty-thre- e appeared years &gct dreds had passed the flower-banke- d catafalque, they stood together and while going to Europe in a ship tsat gazed for a few moments on all that was wrecked. Mr. Stevenson tonight said he idea- -' was mortal of their dead companion. tified the man as Breckinridge, 'bis Cannon Had to Come. youthful friend, and lsclosed the "I swore I 'would never enter this story of a soldier of fortune told by chamber agin until I came with a cer- the man. tificate ot election in my band," said His family belloved that he bad "Uncle Joe" Cannon, his square Jaw been drowned when the ship wentv trembling, "but Payne died and I had down in May, 1391. to come to the funeral." The man told Secretary Stevenson Neither President Wilson nor Vice a marvelous story of travel and adPresident Marshall attended the ser- venture that circled the world. He vices, but both were represented. Tho said that he had fought with the AlSenate entered the Chamber, headed lies during the Boxer troubles in by Senator Thornton, of Louisiana, China, with the Boers in Africa and as president pro-ter- n and Secretary with tho federals In Mexico. He told of State Bryan headed the Cabinet of gold mines owned in Africa, formembers, Secretaries Houston, Red-fiel- tunes made and lost In Australia and Lane and Wilson. The Cab- ot business reverses that uad madrf inet officers and the Justices of the htm a Mexican mercenary soldier. Supreme Court, occupied front seats He told Secretary of State Steven- ., , ,, famllv dld not kuow- - of ui n.C nuuD v,.,uu.uCl. ui.raij uo- fore them was the catalfaqua on h,3 returni but that he wou,d Ieav& yhich were flowers In profusion sent for Lexington, where his brother, by the House, the New York deleDesha Breckenrldge, Is editor of the gation, the Senate, the President and Lexington tonight. Mr. Herald, personal numerous friends of tho Stovenson and Robort Breckeurldgo dead statesman. were close friends in Washington, When the gathering had been seat- when Stevenson's father, Adlal 6. ed, and the galleries had been filled Stevenson was Vice President of the with a thousand spectators, the Rev. United States, and Breckenrldge's Dr. Henry, D. Couden, chaplain of father. Col. W. C. P. Breckenrldge, tho House, opened tho services with was Congressman, and they were a simple prayer. "Nearer My God neighbors. Secretary Stevenson and to Thee," was sung by the quartet ot Robert Breckenrldge also "roughed Calvary Baptist Church, which Mr. it" in Arizona. Payno atteuded and the Rev. Samuel Upon his arrival here, altho greatII. Greene, pastor of the church ly changed In apcarance, Secretary preached a brief sermon. Tho quar- - Stovenson says he recognized Breck- let sung -- wail lunuiy wgui. unu olirWge nt onco Hls father, and tho chaplain pronounced he benedlc-- . formGr vice President Adlal Steven tlon. son, father ot Secretary Stevonson, g Body Lies lu State. were friends. Aftor the ceremony the body was i "We spent our vacations together left to lie in dtate until late this and thero Is no doubt but what it is afternoon, when, escorted by a com- - Bob Breckinridge," said Secretary mlttee of sixty members ot tho House Stevenson tonight. and Senate, it was taken to Auburn, Notice. N. Y., the home of Mr. Payne. Having sold half Interest in tuy President Wilson today wrote a lottor of condolence to Will Poyne, teed and produce business to my only son of the dead legislator, who brother, B. H. Ellis, and desiring to represented the f unity at the funeral. settle all old business by Jan. 1, -- 1915, thoso who are lndobted to me will please call and pay me on or Dundee Couple Elope. Dundee, Ky., Dec. 17. (Special to before the above date. W. E. ELLIS, Mr. Jno. Mitchell The Republican) Produce Merchant. and Miss Mona Murphy, ot this place, 23M FUNERAL OF IJ. been-chambe- ht e it-w- d, life-lon- LOSS OF LIFE IIICHTQO GREAT Says Director Holmes Bureau Of Mines Of Astounding Facts in Annual R- eportWaste of Life and Minerals. The savins VaslHnRton. Doc. 13 linmua lives In the mine, the inpplns of millions of dollars of 11 wast df mineral rwonrcoe of Inventory of U.i' country, and th a"" t . wanted flint arc continuing n important consideration In the . of Dr. Joseph ' ),.:'Ti annual rnport Wolmex, Director of the United . 'f liureau of Mines, made public f -- I Dr. Holmes, the hurecorded Its most notable rt 1 ievements In the rescue of more t!vi one hundred entombed miners i Mffcrcui disasters, and the rescue ot many nioro miners by volunttoers who had been trained in the life-- 'it; work by the bureau. The bu-a i's influence has further resulted in i!h establishment of rescue and stations at hundreds of Ur jjk.s through the country, and the D.rtor makes the statement that tin trained rescuers connected with thf-stations will In the future iwo the live-- of many men. The tit, number of miners trained by tie bureau has now reached 24,075. Vi spile the effort of the bureau ot mined, Director Holmes declares U. ; the loss of life is far greater be h witelEactdollp t i. i itshouidc H should be with the natural tli of the industry, and makes )!,i for more extended invcstlga-tioo- s on the part of the Government. "The humanitarian motives for undertaking such investigations are obvious." says the Director. "A economic reason is that dur-h.- K the past year more than :!,500 i"f n were killed and more than 100,-Oflinjured In the mining and mettnl-luiHcindustries of thecountry. One hall of these fatalities and three-fourtl- .s of the injuries may he re- preventable. The t3cd as easily jno-if- y lost for the accident may be oiintated at not less than $12,000.-0- 0 a year, and this loss must be v.Miinatoly paid by the consumers of 1..1 ueral products throughout the Utordlng to i . hn 1 ri - 1 suf-liti-- nt O al c n-- ;vntry." claims that The bureau also of through Its sclentitic method the purchasing coal by measuring heat units the Federal Government has saved during the year $200,000 and that the various cities of the country that have taken up this plan of buying coal have reported a saving last year of thousands of dollars. Director Holmes places the present waste of mineral resources of the country at tli sum of one million dollars a day and declares that in a large measure this waste is unnecessary. "In one respect at least," firors..' i showing the Interest outside says the Director, "the consideration the Bureau of Mines In the campaign in the mines. Dr. Holmes (Continued on Third Page.) dcJares that the states are already vfnding in their work nioro than 3I:ni Disorders Come From the Liver the Federal Government in all Its in-- t Me Vou Just ut Odds The necessity for a nioro extensive of sutely appliances In the mines is sIjowii by the statement that in tl e last five years, through lack of HUrli appliances, more than :'.,50t) jmo havo been killed in the mines and Nearly 20,000 seriously Injured. The Director comments upon the fact that in Kansas, Oklahoma, Indiana and Iowa many of the men ruiplojed In the mines to set oil the " pJoiives have lost their lives, and recommends hat the shots should be fired electrically from outside the jnivii. "In many districts," bays the k "the methods of employed are still so extremely hazardous thnt only the most reck-Us- s men aro wiling to act us shot forco today In tho metal mines country " nurcnti, In addition to nttempt-In- s prevent the explosion of coal dust In mines, which hns resulted in great loss of life, lias been Investl-Batin- g methods that would stop such explosives after they have started. Darius the year, for such devices were perfected by George S. Hice, the chief mining engineer of the bureau, and patented Tor the benefit of the mining Industry. Director Holmes usi probably tho most Important part of tho year's work. The devices consist of barriers placed In tho mines and loaded with stone dust. The explosion striking these barriers, the stono dust Is brown into the air and stops thefurther propogatlon of the explosion. It is felt that such Uevlcos would localbo an explosion to the portion of tho mine In which It started, and thus .,.- 1.1...- I.. ...I...save win men vuiiiii - in imiici- ,,.!! of the mine. of the In the accomplishments year, Dr. Holmes calls attention to the satement of his engineers that, with an expenditure of $i::.000. they have brou slit about a saving of natural gas worth ?ir,0d0,000, a sum many times greater than the total co-- t of all the work done by the bureau during the four years of its existence. This was done by Introducing better methods in the drilling for petroleum and gas. This waste of gas stopped totaled n."0. 000,000 cubic feet per day, equivalent In heating value to 17.000 tons of coal per day. "In preventing the escape of this enormous quantity of gas," bays Director Holmes, "another saving was made, the value of which cannot the elimination of danbe estimated ger to human life from the escape of this gas into the atmosphere." Dr. Holmes estimates the loss to this country each ear in the development of the oil fields to be not less than $i"i0, 000,000. and that a large part, of "The fact this loss is preventable. areas that the principal jf the country nre now believed to 'o well detined," says Dr. HoIiufj, "and the fact that the next tew years will see a constantly diminishing instead of an increasing production, unite In making imperative tho need of exended inquiries." Director Holmes also calls attention to the discovery of a process by the chemists of the bureau whereby raaium, which is much sought for Its supposed curative qualities, can d of its presbe produced at ent cost. With radium now selling at $120,000 a gram. Us reduction in price to $40,000 will, it is said, result in many hospitals throughout the country being able to purchase The process devi.H'd by a supply. the bureau's chenihtts has already been tested with success in the plant of the National Radium Institute, which is under the supervision of the technical statf of the Bureau of ally in of tho Tho to V in" J, Cf Ccpj-rigL- ne Hart vliL'acr f. Jlars L Schafher & Marx t J GocloiFjeJ' f ) SANTA CLAUS Has as usual opened up his magnificent display of Christmas gifts at this Store. Everybody knows the Christmas spirit of this Store. SANTA CLAUS loads up here with the things that please and amuse the children with good things to eat, and good things to wear. EVERYTHING for all ages and for all purposes is here for your consideration. Now help old SANTA out by coming in and looking over our display and making your wants known to us. Don't wait until the last minute; come at once. Selections will be put aside as fast as made. rf I one-thir- Gifts for Ladies Articles of wearing uppjirel make very appreciative presents. Coat Suits, Cloaks, Skirts, Waists, Dresses, Kimonas, Hats Dress Uoods, Gloves, Silk and Lisle Hosiery, Hair Pins, liar Pins, Ribbons, Combs, Barrettes, 1 land Bags, Sweaters and Scarfs. Toys We have an enormous collection of things to Mines. instruct and amuse the children. The latest novelties of the season are here. See the line: Air Guns, Pop Guns, Balls, Carf, Buggies, Whistles, Horns, Buckets, Stoves, Sad Irons, Coffee Mills, Beds, Wagons, Tables, ..Chairs, Blocks, Tea Sets, Chimes, Books, Engines, Street ;y Cars and Automobiles. 3)tor, shot-fir-ir- Gifts for Men Presents of real value for Men and Boys. Suits, Overcoats, Pants, Shoes, Shirts, Hats, Ties, Sii3penders, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Silk Socks and Ties to match, Mufflers and Sweaters. Miscellaneous Gifts Pictures, Toilet Sets, Military Sets, Smoking Manicure Sets. Picture Frames, Rocking Chairs, Beds, Tables, Dressers, Davenports. Folding Beds, Kitchen Cabinets, Cooking Stoves, Mattresses and Springs. We have EVERYTHING that old Santa needs. He knows it's easy to get the stuff at this store. Sets, life-savi- Our Doll Family Is very large and there are quite a variety of Baby Dolls, China Dolls, styles and makes. Clown Dolls, Dressed Dolls, Sleeping Dolls, Brass Head Dolls, Patent Head Dolls, and all the rest. Our Doll Family will appreciate a visit. Mirations in behall of mino safety. !' fives a5 uu Illustration I'eiinsyl-v,i.j, with a yearly expenditure ot rL'000. He also cites that twelve il vidua! mining companies have Sk. i cars, which is four more than ' operated b tho Iturettii of At J w MS. I discussing the cause of mino Director Holmes says: N.i only have men been killed or j 'td from vvhpt aro believed to be i; "cci.iry electrical accidents In ' in "ijf, hut indirectly olectrlcal np-- P ,r,itw has been responsible for txploxious and mine fires that tmively destroyed both life and Willi Yourself? Do Vou HeKiilate Are you sometimes at odds with Do yourself and with the world? you wonder what alls you? True you may be eating regularly and sleeping weil. Yet something Is the Constipation. Heidache. mutter! o Nervousness and Illlious Spells a Sluggish I.Ivor. Tho tried is Dr. King's New Life Pills. Oni 25c at your druggist. Iiuckleu's Arnica Salve for Skin 2 Kruptions. f'vM-eal-- k ' China and Glass Ware We are showing quite a nice assortment of Dinner Sets, Salads, Cake Plates, Berry Sets,' Celery Trays, Water Sets, Bowls and Pitchers, Cups and For Your Appetite Wc have an abundance of everything from which you can prepare a sumptuous meal, as well as Apples, Candies, Oranges, Raisins, Nuts, Currants, Cakes, and all sorts of canned goods, so we can appease your appetite to your entire satisfaction. Ba-nana- , prnpo'ty." fiie Impropor uso of explosives tlij ue of impropor explosives directly or Indirectly caused i re aiiuro of tho fatal accidents triou iujui'iog (i tho moil. Hut ' ' ut serious as tho killing or . ag of r.uvoral thousand men hi ihw caiiso during the last five ' id! been tho Injury to tho it.uth oi tl.n minora from polsouoiis -fc'ivi'n citf by tlio improper ox- P'i .ie isad " jJcli 1tiy puor veiitllutlon and ljd .iir Injure tho health of t'KiifciiKiJa ot miners. In most of tho int.)l mining state tho statutory protons aro iitcompleto and litad-- t ii.it. and thuro Is tho fireatcst I'Kpartty between them as to what fwiHtttuttts sufficient ventilation to ' p Kilno air pure. In Juct, no ado- ,l l',f.l 2'lff,tlt tt t.m.t It... 1... I.. M.v fixivui ui .vmiiuiiuii is gvilcr ' '! ' u J'iirin X''or Sale. 130 Acrss oa Hartford and Kockpor road, I iiillts from Uroadvvay and 2 m!Is from Hockport. Schoolhousc on dJge of farm a'id church near. Thrco roads rasa dwelling house which I3 ou Hartford It. D. No. Moat of land portoftly lovol. Any 'ni desiring to purcliaao farm will do vnll to invoitlga'lo. Prlco roasona-blo- . Apjdy for furthor Information to BAIINKTT & SON. AKanU. . - Saucers, Lamps, CUT GLASS. Also a nice assortment of SILVER FORKS and SPOONS. KNIVES, JUST THINK how nice and convenient it you need at one place. is to be able to buy all "'i MiClain.s .Kvperlenco .With Croup. "When my boy, Hay, was small ho was subject to croup, and I was always alarmed at such times Chamberlain's Cough Homedy proved far hotter than any other for this trouble It always relieved him quickly, 1 am never without It In tho house for I know it is a positive cur for croup," writej Mrs. W. U. McClaln, Illalrs-villPa. For sale by all dealers. Mrs.. e, 3t E. P. BARNES & BROTHER, Bea-Ce- i' U H Bam, - ' - Jeiitticl'jy. i ru i .ii r,. II $ ,AAAAAAAAAAAilAAAAAAAA1 !? 4? A. B3.00 OS 10 . $1.75 fc?IX I g YKAR MONTHS aCOURIFR- - JOURNAL w I w , , . . , .. 1 I Daily By Mail "91 ? l & (NJT SUNDAY) J L it ii DURING JANUARY AND FEBRUARY ONLY J? j i S J Regular Anuuil Bargain Pcriocl Limited io These Two Alonths , ? 1 i ? i Just One-Ha- lf Regular Price J & l ? ? ? ? ? Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only when sent through regular Courier-Journa- l Agent in this district. i ! & l h Jj Lt:ii-- COURIER-JOURNAL 1J. Walker, J ? Iy. g J? ? CO.. Louisville. Ky. 5 & INFW' ' ' I INSIIRANf.F " 1 r AfiFNf.Y!a 1 X have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording f for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, Hartford, Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. These ar all old line Insurance Companies and I will he pleased to $ hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, J A inencies E. E. BIRKHEAD, - Hartford, Ky. j WANTED.: motors, but who would have no use lor launches on account of lack of time and no summer homes. Wxte promptly for particulars as to how representatives are with and protected. Begin operations at once so as to ubtain the full benefit of the season. 2B2 One dealer or agent in your city and vicinity to sell Evinrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe Motors, which are advertised in all reputable magazines of the world. This advertising campaign reaches thousands who" have use for portable and detachable rowboat 7JT hi NT ELr EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY Walker Btreet, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN. ( SPECIAL OFFER The Louisville Daily Herald ? c t & & t & AND 0 & TRe Hartford Republican 0? 0 & 0 By Mail for One Year, at Special Price of J 0 0 & t 0 0 $3.00 Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper delivered at your homo each day including your homo papor, at the prion of $3.00. 0 b 0 o & 0 0 & 0 0 V J: j This Offer Positively Expires on j? renruary o, 1915. 5 I Twice lie openly nvolriH tllsctiMlon of LOSS OF LIFE tho cnuscs of wlilch our poverty In it merchant marine l.s the effect , when tho record shows Hint It Is n result of our failure to milislrtlzc u inerclinnt lnnrlnc us lias been done by our commercial coniietltnrH who, lie it pirnied CoiiBrcss, bad practically (Continued from Second Purp.) monopolized that part of world trade. lot mineral unBte lias n basis quite 0,lco Uo Ha,,l tIlnt mibslity Is a word different from tbo consideration of "m(I lttrul to Americans by tho which It ucrlctilturttt wuHles. Our crona retire- -' n,"", "f lI,c "'lB ' from stands by rnilwny corporations, lifter st'iit nit annual production which he proposed making enormous reasonable permanent soil; our may grow itculn, though much public expenditures in purchasing; Ion cur period of time Is required h1iIis to bo operntedby tbo govern-niefor n time and afterward soldi and tho hoIIb tlionif.olvcH may be FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN reproduced from thn Hiibsoll aiid to prlvnto companies, following this Willi an Injunction to strict economy the roil; beneath. Hut of our mineral All Picturen of Kentucky' Governors from tho fourdtlin cf lh Slto to the prtittit rcsouritps we have only one supply. In the making of appropriations. It time The only complete collection In exittence This supply !b to a considerable ex- -l is impossible (o understand him auJk 53 . fromWndi-InntPictumoftiUrre.Mentaoftl el tent destroyed by tif,e, mid at the clearly in such u presentation of the to Wilson. ... tif ul N ui'iiuin ex ui. ri.i eiy s.lni-KiTll.uct Kmtwky Maps.wwjKCo'ii.'n'-'.towr-,- IK Ly t. -nlroa present incruusliiK rate nt which wo case, beyond u clear understanding il distrn-tt-, ctJ. l.,ii it Ki"iT in. lu.linl . coniplcteiaapoft'iaLiiitcl'-i.iU'i u'.l. 'IruPii artan-l''!lure imini; and wastlnj; It our supply of tbo fact tiiut such a presentation r J., .ft t.orlJ. Irttliclt tofiialKcit iiLj'ficti il iim.ii tl c!xjlilii..i! tliefomi liinuos of n number of these resources will Is a challenge of the unwisdom bt.te tulhrpir onetime All It lilcj:--A- 'l t.iii O0ui.lt. I'.f- u' .e he, either exhausted or largely de- -j which has left our shipping unstih-sldlze- d cmnn it with Inelicriijiiof each Dciuttincnts of tlmfctatD ( Dc jrroi'itaitt.iaili. hi tl.fi r sal jrici. anni.s 2 and unfit to make use of our pleted uhlle the liution is et In its KcntULjyllo MumJ Ciirtswlih tliclr rliftwitli ofl'ccr, unil present opportunity, nud is therefore) CRS K". ( ' mirltt. n oml Orr.iniz.itlonn of tl l inct. 1' ' youth." it itc. Ken1 an Indictment of bis own party. ic:' L'nui bfuci S iitur-- . Kci utLy C'l.iif jUiii p. !"l(r3 cf the K"ntu t y !( '" Contte. n ...il Hefrrluc to coal, Dr. Holmes says: iffilStfi ricK fcr. .Unil I Ulitii t. Jtilriad romiirt n.i r "A careful estimate Indicates thut In , The address dwells at some length i Coiintlca of Kentucky, wl.ca uauoand inn 'A'tLjuntlcj. on the pressing neccsMty for passing j tho mlniiiK of r.00,000,000 tons of All of lh Vital Statlttici of Kentucky. coal during last calendar year there conservation measures and the de Tins unique and vJuablo A'l&s h free nrlvllcges, to all Lvenirijr l'ot ir.ibers. If nut was wasted or was left under ground velopment of water-pownow a subscriber, tend 5J.00 for a full and here the note struck is much I in unmhuhle condition .",00,000,000 year's substription, or S2.00 for a bit The presl- tons of coal. As a result of cereful more clear mid definite. months' subscription by mail. preliminary inquiry, it is believed dent commits himself without re- Pleue undcntr.nJ. ties rttef nra by mU servo to tbo two bills which passed (200,000,-00- 0 oolj, aoj not through carrier or mgsnt. that more than one-haOUR SPECIAL CCMBIKATI0N OFrER: tons of coal) of this yearly waste the House at the regular session and " upon which the Senate has failed to U preventable under existing condi- act. He urges immediate and fa.E0 K.ntuckr Coienor'a Well Chut tlons. Hut the bare statement of the Ll Hr Hartford Hepublican, 1 r - Jl.OOi-I enormous losses does not, perhaps, vorable action, and reaches the 'Mr ALL THREE FOR - - - $3.50 express the most important part of strongest part of bis address in urg(he situation, which is thut the coal ing that course. He also urges the . h ijf j we are now using and wasting repre- Senate, a body which he seems to ... .' consider too slow In registering his HIIIM Wi sents the cream of our supplies, namely, the coal that is thfc best, is most decrees, to approve the bill passed easily and cheaply mined, and is near- by the House giving a much larger measure of to the est the great centers of industry." Referring to still other wastes, Philippines. As to measures yet to Or. Holmes soys: "A preliminary In- he introduced, bo admits that it will quiry as to the cooking of coal in bo impossible to pass a rural credits the beehive ovens has shown that law during the short session and sets his face against appropriations for the total value of ths annually lost in this country through making a larger military establishthe use of such ovens amounts) to ment at a time when a warring world $7r.,000,000. Although the desira- Is looking to the United States to take bility of developing 'in a leadership which will bring it back dustries In this country has been to peace. On this line he does the! recognized, such development has best writing in the message, and that which is likely to make the strongest now become an actual need. "The bureau also ascertained that nppeal to the public mind. But beyond that, our relations with the rest o the annual waste of metals in amounts to more of the world are in no way touched. practice Will help parents develop their sons into There is not a word about our neuthan 54,500,000." tral obligations or our neutral rights. the best type of citizens and Christian -Tliis second "annual message" of Mr. Try This for Neuralgia. gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scatWilson will strengthen the growing Thousands of people keep on suf- demand for a return to the older tered and comes from the best homes in fering with Neuralgia because they style of deliverance In which our do-nknow what to do for it. Neu- stewards made account of the South. Its capacity is limited, theretheir stewralgia is a pain in the nerves. What ardship. Globe Democrat. fore, reservations should be made early. you want to do is to soothe the nerve : Itself. Apply Sloan's Liniment to KOSINE. Place your son in this select gioup of the surface over the painful part (Left Over From Last Week.) do not rub it In. Sloan's Liniment boys. Write Dec. 10. Despite the inclement penetrates very quickly to the sore, prayer meeting was held irritated nerve and allays the inflam- weather, mation. Uet a bottle of Sloan's Lin- at the Baptist church Wednesday iment for 25 cents of any druggist night. Hev. W. II. White, the traveling For catalogue and information. Box A. and have it In the house against Bible teacher and lecturer who visColds, Sore and Swollen. JoInts.Lum-bagSciatica and llHo aliments. ited here' u mouth ago, conducted a meeting at Muldraughs, Ky. money back it uot satisfied, Your but it does givo almost Instant ufter which lie left Monday for Louis- - , , you aro familiar with Llppln relief. 2 ville Ky LSV-VER-L- AX cott's you are doing yourself and .Mr. Granville Ualley and family. an iujustice. the puU,8Uc formerly residents of Poplar Grove j The Piesldent's Mcssjiko. 9 Tho things which make he presl-ient- 's neighborhood, hut late ot Hartford, gone to Broadway Mines to""re-sid- e. message to Congress conspic- have uous are the things which are conThe Baileys, David . Duke. Eu' spicuous by their absence. So closely gene It. Allen and Archie McDnulel following tile evacuation of Vern Cruz by an army of invasion which were among tho 19 persons to go to intending to hud occupied It for half a vear. It IIorse ,,rai,ch "The Standard Fiction Magazine reasonably novo been expect- leave for Karle, Ark., but passcs were could of America" not in evidence for their transportaed that the Congress, and tho counFeci right all tho time. Don't lay oft! from work for days by taking calomel try, would be Informed of what is tion. NOW IN ITS 4Cth YEAR keeps you when pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x A meeting to he conducted this (o he the administration's attitude on jour feet, whilo relievingyour troubtoward the Increasingly complicated month in the school house building 25' Cents Don't le. a Copy S3.00 a Year take Safer too, and easy to take. afford inything else. You can't situation In Mexico. This much of by Sister Yates, late a resident of cl,-um,er consideration. ls it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysconcession was due to all shades and i0Iir Transportation was given a 13 year (The first magazine to originate tho tem and relieves constipation. A natvarieties of opinion. Those who publishing a complete idea of ural remedy, naturalin itsuctiona, euro Big have hailed the withdrawal of our old boy from Muldraugh to in its effect and certuin in results. It novel In each number.) Clifty Monday. The hoy had walkwill military forces from Mexico ns a won't bo lonir before Liv- - Vcr-La- x in.everY pledge of change in policy, working ed 27 miles, coming Ironi Louisville. VCAD'C dUDdlKlPMUn completely displace calomel freely ani home. Children can tako it Mrs. Surah Schroader died Friday Itself out in action toward leaving with perfect safety. Every bottle pruar- tho Mexicans to tliclr own devices night ut Vino Hill, after a lingerOnilMlS lUU nntced. COc and 1 in bottles. Nona and resources, would be glad of some ing Illness, nijed OS years. Tho In- 12 Great Completo Novels. 75 Short irenuino without tho likeness and sfcna L K- - Gricsby. Tor sale by nuthoratlve assurance to that effect. terment In Bethel church cemetery 50 CO Timely Articles. Stories. Sunday afternoon. Scores of friends J. II. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. Others, who have opposed evacuation Striking Poems. 200 Pages of Ilu. feel themselves entitled to something P)ell,K hl ""emhince, mor, THE Messrs. David B. Duke and Kugene In tho way of explanation or defense were on business at the SEWING of tho act. All of tho olcments dis- Atchison ' MACV.hNK LIpplncott's Is enjoying a big resatisfied with existing conditions, and county seat Wednesday. OF Hev. W. K. Hall, an Evangelist of vival of popularity. Thousands of tho responsibilities wo have made to QUALITY. the M. E. Church South, was on u 12 new readers have been 'addod to Its assumo in their creation, will resent ho past continuance of thatabsoluto and im- days gospel tour recently in Mende subscription list during tew mouths, and Its circulation ls perturbable silence which' is begin- uud Jefferson counties. NOT Mr. J. II. I'ayton, of Hartford, Ky., Increasing rapidly. ning to create an impression that tho SOLD formerly a resident of Olaton, was president regards tho army and navy UNDER of tho United States as tils personal hero Wednesday enrouto from Can-- 1 ANY whero he haa PrcuiibI HOW TO REDUCE THE I e'vlHo' properties, or playthings, under the OTHER clauso ot tho constitution making three mules. COST OF GOOD READING NAME. Archie McUaulcl niado a business him their commander In chief. y Sond This silence Is the most eloquent trip to Iforso Branch Thursday. for WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Mrs. Melvlua Hall Is home at part of the document read by him If ou purchase tho NKV lltiMK you vrill Vine Grove, after a several days' Lippincott's "Little Book of Big Imveu Ufa yesterday. Even his eloquence in will inset at the prlx yuu not liavo an cud less chain of repairs pleading for a. great expenditure ot visit to U. B. Duke and wife, Iloslne. Bargains" Mr. Illbbs, of McIIenry, returned 3? funds for going Into the governTuesday from a sojourn In Louis- New Edition Just Published for the Quality ment ownership of a fleet of mer4 Season chant vessels as a means ot develop- ville. Considered ing our South American commerce SENT FREE UPON REQUEST k is the ' can not equal this. The need of largKirk Two Vents With Indigestion. Cheapest er und better means of communica"Two years ago I was greatly beu-- j J. B. LIPPINC0TT COMPANY J tion Is obvious. It is all too true, as ofited through using two or three WASIIINQTON PHILADELPHIA in the end tho president says, that existing fa bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets," to buy. cilities ure wholly inadequate to writes .Mrs. S. A. Keller, Elida, Ohio. To Prevent Blood Poisoning meet the opportunities created for us "Before taking them I was sick for ipply If you wuutaFculugimuhlmurltu for it once the wonderful old reliable UK by the war in Europe, nut his elo- - two years with indigestion." Sold 'OKTl(K'SANTlSlUTICIIKAMXGOIl.,atbr our latent cituki;uu biforu you un.Luo. icat dtrtslng that relieve pain and hrala at' queuce is lost lit his lack of candor, by all dealers. m .c amc lime. 3ot a llulaicot. :5c. !Cc Jl..u TtB Nw Heme Snnj Mate Co., Cram?, Usss. I fer-pst- H nl r I "HI -- iWiiililllf nn 1 on 'i" - m mm I rmi m Hip km I er I , lf X mjk z. l a & .!. irf IX j'?. & im & w armi. m yxm& Vandertiit Training School for Beys ELKTON, KY. hrass-furnac- , ot MATHENEY & BSTTS USE o, I LIPPIICOTT'S For Lazy Liver and he Troubles o Consiipation. j I Tcs'l' I ! ' I NEW . HOME To-da- 1913-191- LJSJJfRliS .SU.(r--f.79?- . . wA ikJv .!-- I, Slicing stocks with labor dio Mauritania ntiil Lnlsltnnhi nnd go on .00 to $6.00 per day to American paid from convoy a party of G.000 to "Europe for a trip of sell In cnmYiVtltlon, ns soon ns tho nilvortlsrrs Is ovor, with goods made by laweek Inw Io1utnf Btr1 wrurrtlni? to mltrnt ofthe thn m.iimI eduodMnn. I nwould give them nmid a j wnr pnlil at the rates of rom ;10 cents hor . inill week In Paris Uxrtfofrt. in London, 'to Sl.flO per day. nan. week In Antwerp. The "business forces of thu Unlt- I would lot tliem look nt the Unit-- ! v. jhv tvL'i) jm izsrjmf uai C. M. BAHNETT, Editor fit Proprietor . . . . . r ,i. ...,., nr ivor T i..l ai.toa" linvrt Putin llllt of lllisl- itr i l. f Mm ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor .vould give thorn t look at real iron- - ness. or tunro properly speaking have A E ' t wnnifi lot tlinin see trains. linen nut out of business, by the no.1; a i.tn ffMTiJJ-CVfan V ifVjLW3iv v" 1 mur A Fjfx M' HI S HI com u Address nil communications t0!ien nt a time, five minutes apart, j tariff law and before the war suli-m- lt Our laborers must packed with tho mnlmcd and tho meiiced. jPix Hartford Republican. to Kuropcan standards In wages dying. 1 would let them hear, from fnig and when this takes plnce, with the NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS montary sirvlvors the Incredible present high cost of living, wo will i.w dwirtnn tt Hirwiit to BntwcrttH'r battlefields U.O iniVos wide, have riots from one end of the, atMm mnft Kl" the M n.Mrw In iniikln tt"1 story of and armies that are greater than tho j country to the other. The day the war lis over a Mood of cheap labor made, lllni Ltxii!" ini'l Sntlri' UK- - l'r lln Mtiil .V entire population of Tevss. .... ,,. tl.l.-- rtltttlltKK tVlll , .. ...111 VT Jilflor til. b HlMltllltllll HlKlTtlllll. wn iU........ "- -. ' OliltuarlcK, I wnnlil let them see graves 100 sum win nml fiitU l Tli iik.f factory owner knows this and condi- - ' yards long and full, and Helglum, pre lino mnifr itimfcimn". lint olln the country that wns nothing now tlons will be ten times worse. Most tnt i.rvlri- (lurch N"il. mat-te- r V t"r llm-huri 12,000 square miles of wreck- people here know "what's the lo'nuiiinlciillnim will rrfv- bo but AnoHyiuon-States" now, but with the United age. Mixtion anyone else never who Then, when they began to under- Mr. Carson nor we joined class of In l.on-- 1 stand, to some extent, the magni- heard this question asked were llv- :ec. is for sold will Xmas be ....a3 tude and awfulncss or this war, I don or anywhere when we CvLm'earZan.i ... 3 would say to tltom: lug under n protective tariff. who bad. is gone and o "Now go back and apreclate the Sherlir ix Shot. is based on crop of United States. Realize your opporyiUIUV, DKCIOIllKK 18. Louisville. Ky., Dec. 12. While tunities. Don't start digging trench- is you know Then if you nobody Is tiring nt you. nttiMuntitiR to arrest Turner Gra What ihe nations need Is subm- es when down when you have not ham, Jr., who had been charged by is why we made Don't fall so in of arines that can undermine the mines. Don't bo blind to the the coroner's jury with the murder been hit. car- - j of and of James Wood, a rural mall in no Jt is more Important to know how most glorious chance you have- ever rlcr at Upton on Thursday night. a had in your life. to cook than how to manipulate Xmas McMurtry was shot "Go back anil advertise, uct reauy Sheriff It. II. typewriter. by Turner with a shotgun and his goods Our been lower on for the most tremendous business ever had. entire lower jaw was blown away. No doubt armament causes war for boom that any nation made some in we have Is feared he will die. After a fits- - j tbe same reason that vaccination pro- Build your factories bigger. Train It by a visit our place. You will be money. Go ilade by the sheriff's posse. Turner Borrow more salesmen. duces smallpox. arrested, to Now, we will of ahead, and thank God that you are surrendered and was gether with his father, stepmother I Kr. Bryan recently addressed a.ave an(, ,hat your famlly ,s alf-C- i give a Hnr- for who you choose , tha, fcsdy of Elks. Is he getting ready re UvIn ,n a laIU, tnnt and nephew, and placed In the the Bull Moose? few nearly din county Jail at Ellzabethtown. for is at peace, at a time when For a time violence was feared, but is at war." appeal for for- the whole world a special grand Why should Mexico The above article, written by Her- upon tho calling of eign capital when it has about four jury, which Is to report on next bert N. Carson In the Associated AddisThe new style Necklace, Diamond The most complete line of Kastman pttols of its own? vertising, was taken by this paper Thursday, the threatened mob persed. Search Is now being made Kodalcs. Films, Supplies and Carrying Kings, Diamond Jewelry, Bracelets, from the editorial page of the LouisIt is strange what little space the for Grover Chlsm, who Is charged supSet Rings. Wedding Kings, .Mesh Caes ever found in a fit)' as .small as Servian campaign occupies in the ville Evening Post, an ardent with having aided and abetted Grawar news, and yet there is where porter of. the present administration ham in the killing of Wood. Bags, Toilet and Manicure ?ets, Cut Hartford. These Kodaks, which are and its policies. It is the most crushthe whole trouble started. died Later. Sheriff McMurtry ing criticism of the free trade tariff Glass, Silverware, Watches and Fob?, the best on earth, for if it's not an about one o'clock Sunday morning, Mr. Carson should be informed law under which we are living, or Kastman it's not a Kodak, make a Lockets, Cull' Buttons, a pair of U lassand Graham was taken to Louisville that the reason we are not over In existing, which has yet been printed. to avoid mob violence. He shed es for mother or father. present which has never failed to pleaso. Europe advertising our "business" "What Is the matter with the United tears when he heard the Sheriff was 1b that we are too bulsy attending Sates?" "Why are the American facdead, declaring that he shot through tories not running night and day?" prosperity banquets. misapprehension and that he had Go ask the owners of the facIt is useless to go further enumerating the many, many appropriate presents average fellow atends tories why they are not running klljed his best friend. When the Sheriff's Funeral. one of those "prosperity" banquets night and day, or even by day", and but earnestly urge you to at least make our store a visit simply for inspection.. Ellzabethtown, Ky., Dec. 15. Qnd gets a few drinks under his belt they will tell you they are not runWe will not urge you to buy, but say now that it is. very unwise to put nil' shop"grape juice" he don't care ning because under the present tar- The funeral of Bobert T. McMurtry, . ping as late as usual, as many wholesale houses are out of many articles made a d whether he Is prosperous or iff law they cannot run when the the sheriff who was shot and killed near hero jtot, and he is, if he isn't . war Is over. As yet no one will in- by Turner Graham, Jr., now. yesterday sure them how long it will last. In Saturday, was conducted If you are in the market for a diamond we'll prove to you that wo can save In order to help the railroads fact they had ceased to run months by the Rev. I. E. D. Andrews, pastor pot of the trouble caused by the ad- before 'the war began. They dare of tho Baptist Church here and the you BIG MONEY. Our diamonds come from J. . WOOD A SONS, N. Y., legislation, W. P. Stuart, of this place, and ministration's anti-trunot go ahead "building bigger fac- Bev. the largest and most reputable diamond cutters in the U. S. A. Commis-nio- n cemetery by the Masons, of Commerce the Inter-Stat- e tories" and "borrowing more mon- at the was a which order Mr McMurtry will allow them to advance ey" in order to produce goods jfreieht rates. In the mean time which, made with our high priced member. The large Baptist, church 14 Xhe people pay the bills and wonder labor, they cannot compete with was crowded and many failed to what new assistanccc (?) the Presi-- 1 those made by the labor, paid paup- find even standing room within the dent and his Congress is about to ers prices, in Europe. When the war church. It was one of the largest assemblages in many years at a lorender them. Is over those laborers will be paid & ever, by reason of cal funeral, notwithstanding the fact The Reliable From all accounts the loose leaf even less than registered but enormous taxes levied on capital in that the thermometer floor sales of tobacco at Owensboro little above zero: are very unsatisfactory to the grow- the countries at war. "Why have advertisers become Sheriff's Sale. ers. The latest excuse for the low prices offered is that too much to- - quitters?" Mr. Carson should send Pursuant to a judgment and under beeco Is being offered at one time these questions to President Wilson an execution which issued from the He zone shipping regulations have been 20 acres outright, which 20 aero Ohio Circuit Court, I, or one of my This is rediculous when we remember !a'"' tho Congress, now in session. has depicted conditions here which deputies, will offer for sale at pub- SAYS NEUTRALITY tlie Dasls or strong representations tract Is bniiiiiln nmi ,i..Unrii,n.i i. that the buyers know how much toto tho British .Minister at Panama. lows: bacco they want and the quality. the President and his friends ure lic outcrye to the highest bidder at The l.amsou, Worden, Terry, Per IS VIOLATED HeglniiliiB at Mrs. Harriett. I!ab- The truth is there is no competition denying exist. Have they not been the court house door In Hartford, kins and Walks ure in reserve at t hilt's west corner; thence W. to Ike plan. There Is perfect under-Htandl- holding "prosperity" banquets? Sure- Ky., on Monday Jan. 4, 1915, beCharleston, S. C, and one or more llrown's among the "bidders." Bid- ly he unemployed will all find work tween the hours of 10 o'clock a. m., corner, a beech: thence of these vessels could be dispatched with Urown's Hue North, so as to ders Is a joke. The only way to re- after these banquets are over. When and 2 p. m., tho following described McAdoo has taken his pen property to satisfy said judgment Goetfials Asks For Torpedo Boat to canal waters almost instantly. On Include enough lieve the market of congestion and to make 20 acn-- on the Pacific coast thu nearest eratt the Miuth end of lien Neighbor' relieve the "bidders" of embarrass- - In hand and solemnly writ "pap" which amounts to $55.13 with InDestroyers For Panama available are the Whipple, Paul land, and being a part of the above ment Is perfect organization tiiion that good times are here, surely no terest at 0 per cent from Jan. 20, back 11)03, and $11. ISO cost recovered by wi" (,are Jones, IVrry, Preble and Triixton, all tract of land described herein. the part of the growers. They are n,a ,,llt of a Canal. or ask for "loro plaintiff in the suit of Itagon Bros, lying off San Diego. organized and ai the mercy of tho t0 tl,e ,)rpa(1 The purchaser will be requlr-- d to Af,pr that lot,or aml tlle 1r,,s-llilz- vs. B. C. Petty: trust. Better use the tobacco for fer- - "" fr execute bond with approved security " advertiser should One-hal- f .Master Cnmmlssldiiei's Sale. to raise a corn crop than haul ' ilU't's "P undivided interest in two j Immediately after sale. Dec. WashinBton, H. Colonel Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. It to Owensboro, under present con- - '"' a "'inltter" and those "ilfty This 0th day of December, 1014. tracts or parcels of land on the wamors h,1()ll,d start right away for Lou- - ters of Adam's Fork of Bough Creek, Goutlials, Governor of tho Panama C. M. Harnett, Admr., KltNKST B. IHHKHKAD, dou. of the eMnte of Hen and hounded unci described as fol- canal zono, toilay reiterated his Master Commissioner. We have thrown awy our homo lows, VVKATS TMK MATTKIl WITH THU that two torpedo bout destroy- Neighbors, deceased, Plaintiff. First tract, beginning HKAV1HN & KlitK. a foreign market market to catch at ivm:1 status. vs. at a whlteoak, thence W. S poles, N. ers lie sent to eanal zone waters to Attorneys. a delusion and a bnure. Now, wo 70 poles to an ash and hickory and prevent violation of neutrality thru Hell Neighbors, ct ill., Defendants. "What is the matter with the eith- dogwood; theuco N .14 poles E. 102 the misuse, of wireless and thu tak-.Iii- k have neither. Our factories are United States?" Hy virtue of it judgment and order As I have been residing In London er closed or running on a "hand to poles to a hickory, whlteoak and on of supplies by belligerent of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court wince the beginning of the war, I have mouth" schedule. walnut; thence E. 131 poles to a vessels. rendered at tho October term 1014, Wo aro all proud that wo aro at gum and dogwood near the Hartford ben hearing this question asked on Ilecauso of the confidential nature in the above cause, for the purpose of I have never heard any peace, but we must pay a war tax jtll 6ldes. 6 Hardlusburg road; thence with of Colonel Goetlial's dispatch. Secre- paying the debts of decedent and fiatUfactory answer. No one seems of $100,000,000, which will, finally, said road 245 poles to tho beginning, tary Garrison declined to mako It dividing the remainder, If any, among principally fall on poor people. ,to know. containing 134 acres, save and except public. He Issued this statement: the defudauts as their respective InWe have no "battle fields 150 7 acres off the N. end of the above Why are the American factories "The substance of the dispatch Is terests may apcar, after paying the 9 not running night and day? Why miles long" and no army to speak of, described tract, conveyed to A. G. that, In Colnol Gouthal's judgment, cost herin incured and a reasonable are the railroads not opening up new except Hie army of unemployed. Teel, leaving a net acreage of 127 thu misuse of radio communications attorney's fee for platntiff, I will and getting ready for tho lever, leaving out the dead, wounded acres. within canal waters and the preven- offer for Bale by public auction at millions of immigrants who have al- and dying, this country has suffered Beginning at an tion of the misuse of these waters the court house in Hartford on MonSecond tract: carry in stock laijre ready made up their minds to leave almost as much from a financial and ash, hickory and dogwood at the S. as a base of supplies, requires the day, the 4th day of January, 101.1, Kurope as soon as the war Is over? business standpoint as any nt the E. corner of Lot A; thence W. S poles presence of swift moving ships of the lino of about one o'clock p. in., upon n credit Why are there not fifty American nations at war, from the smashing N. 95 and variety mentioned. poles to a whlteoak Since the ques- of six and twelve months, the foldrummers In London right now, try- of our protective tariff by the Demo- blackoak; thence N. 14 poles, E. 140 tions involved require the consideraing to sell $200,000,000 worth of cratic administration. There ure poles to an ash sugartree and dog- tion of the Stato eDpartment and lowing described orproperty of laud in Shot Guns, Rifles, Target Guns, parcel Doing a tract American goods In place of the goods more men begging bread In the Unit- wood; thchcu E. 95 poles to u hick- the Navy Department, as well as my Ohio County, Kentucky, bounded and y Belgium. than In ihot were bought last year from ed States ory, whlteoak and walnut at S. E. own, I have taken the matter up with described as follows: Ammunition, Shells, Etc, fjirmany and Austrlu? If Congress would repeal the Un- corner to A; thence S. 14 poles W. the other departments, and as soon On the North by the lands of Hab-bit- t; Why have advertisers become derwood tariff law and the 192 poles to tho beginning, contain- as the requirements are fully ascer'on by the lands of And respectfully request you quitters, Just at tho time when their old law every factory In the United ing 113 acres, total in both tracts tained, proper action will be taken to Calloway; the West on the South by the lands running on full 240 acres, and being the same land meet them." idy rtlsemnts were most needed and States would be to call and see the largest of Virgo Heufrow, and on the Bast wost effective In cheering on tho time In less than thirty days, and if inherited by said B. C. Petty from Secretary Garrison declined to dis- by the lands of Sam Smallwood. and best line of Shot Guns, bWiiness forces of the United States? all parties would by common consent his father, J. W. Petty, deceased, and cuss the situation in the canal zone Containing about 84 acres, and which Rifles, Krom the European point of vlow, agree to quit fooling with the tariff more particularly described and reAmmunition, &c ever belliger- land was Inherited by decedent from busi- ferred to in Mortage Book No. 6, or to indicate which of the the United States Is a haven of peaco for ten years tho "tremendoua ents was violating the neutrality of his father and was in the possession brought to Hartford. Bd security and prosperity. It has ness boom" would be on . Every coal page 465, Ohio County Court Clerk's of decedent at the time of bis death Goods the best and. price , In the week, olllce and in Deed Book No. 44, page the United States. hc troubles that It dare mention to mine would run six days known, however, that the and has been In the actual posses- the It is Belgium or Aiibtrla or France or ! and tho railroads would open up new 376, same office. lowest. Australian collier Mallina, which re- sion of decedent continuously for Oermany or Servla or Great Britain territory, sure enough. They can-o- r Levied on as the property of B. C. cently left Ilalbou without clearance more than 25 years. Kussla. not be expected to open up new ter- - Petty. Terms 6 mouths time. In making the sale ordered I will papers, lias been under close obserKvery tenth Briton has enlisted, rltory merely with a prospect of S. (). KEOWN, S. O. C. by l'auauiu canal oltlclals. first Bell all of said land subject to vation p;try tenth Frenchman Is at the hauling pauper Immigrants from That ship, as well as other" colliers, the widow's homestead and if it front. Every tenth Belgian Is dead. ' Europe. have been suspected of supplying docs not bring a BUillcient amount Wliut does the United States know ' Mr. Carson Is evidently a free to pay the debts of decedent and the FOR FLETCHER'S Drltlsh ships In Pacific waters. why of trouble? trader. He cannot understand HARTFORD, KY.' Alleged violations of the canal costs of this action, thn I will sell it 1 could afford it, I would charter the owners of our factories do uot H irlford Republican. kvUt Air . e. MRS -- " MR U4 Jr.P' -- j I tr, WE HEREBY NOTIFY YOU ! - . arc saying pessimists, have not That the money this year, presents any not there Everyone knows everything to the scarce anything knows that the prosperity our country read, conditions. that this year's crop the have bumper the history our country, that quantity our increasing the quality exception this year line. prices have always than the same marvelous those larger cities, but this year to reductions. convinced not endeavor to enumerate the hundreds things to, but to anyone suitable for presents are: f I fi j K st -- - J. B. TAPPAN. Jeweler Opticfan, . HARTFORD, KENTUCKY s son-in-la- w s "e ih er . drum-rflltion- s. to-w- l GUNS! GUNS!v J I How-territori- es 1 to-wl- t: to-da- Children Cry U. S. CARSON, Groceryman CASTORIA Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ucnnctt, of Portland, OrcKon, are visiting rela- REPUBLICANS CALL STATE CONVENTION Platform and Reorganization fore Primary Election in August. t Christmas Opening hi A.T i tives in Heaver Dam. Big display of HnnkderchlcfH at Fairs' for useful , Xmas presents. See Fairs' 10c department. Isn't Is aliout lima yon were Investigating Fairs' Hlnnkcts iiutl Comforts? They arc cheap enough. If you wnnt to be lonesome. Sat- Be- urday, stay nt home. The rest of ' the, full.-1 will lii ill Pnlru' Vmmih nnnii- - vr x v' T fi '"r1 Fairs Saturday! rowrasc.y.i;.i:aiftrMras Our regular Xmas Opening will take place Saturday. We shall expect you and the children. i V si n't rt . in,! I r . i inn s 1111 i 11 ' II vv PI I nr A ATI T Mll1J n. u f I .JL TA Grace Hie Occasion. Useful Presents for the older folks. Big line of Toys for the children. n JsktoGbt Spvsto Y OU coat can afford a suit or over tailorcd-to-ord- cr by Leave your measure EJ.V. Price & Co. Today! Clothing HubHARTFORD, KY. Co., Hartford Republican. FIUDAV, DECEMBER IH. New Orleans Molasses in barrel eau be had at Acton Bros. Meet your friends at Fairs' Saturday. They will all bo there. Fairs' Xmas opening Saturday. Croselt Shoes. Get your Fruits and Nuts for your fruit cakes from Her & Black. For Cook Stoves, mm clothing co. ltauges and 0- - i; Bring the kiddles to Fairs' SaturMackAn Ideal Xmas present day. inaw Coats. Fairs' liuvo them. Ohio County Drug Co. Holiday Dig line Men's and Lndlcs' HandGoods. HUH CLOTHING CO. kerchiefs. Mince Meat In liiilk SO GOOD! .Mr. Hhea Ashley loft Wednesday ILER & BLACK. k to visit relatives in Evansville. ' Call at Hub Clothing Co., for a We have u full line or Toys, and 1915 Calendar. ACTON BHOS. Holiday Notions. Fireworks yes, wo have them. Ties" Sox Men's vliatbettcr do ILER & BLACK. we men want? See them at Fairs'. Judge XT S. Glenn waT In LouisCelery und Cranberries with your ville this week. turkey so good. New line loose" Candies Just In. ILER & BLACK. ILER & BLACK. Buy your wife a nice piece of furMr. M."A7Faiight,"of"Leltchfleld, niture for Xmas. Wo have the 'was In town "Wednesday. goods. ACTON BROS. Big line oTTTes for Xmas. Mrs. Lula Coppago, of Leltchfleld, HUH CLOTHING CO. is the guest of Mr. und Mrs. Otto ' Buy your "friend the lutest book, Martin. ILER & BLACK. Just out. Don't full to sco our line of CauFor Cundllfs.ruTfsand Nuts of dles "some pumpkin." ACTON BROS. .'all kluds. ILER & BLACK. All kinds of good things for Xmas A real live Santa Claus at Fairs' can be found at Her & Black's Saturday. He wants to meet the none be- children. AmerlcaiPWlreT-'encA big line of Christmas staples tter call on U. S. Carson, Hartford. . Fruit basketB why, I guess SO, Hrllday Goods, Toys, &c At Ohio County Drug Co. ;a large shipment Just in. ILER & BLACK. Mr. Royce igle"neafuwnTarrlve toJudge .oTioTHTWIlson will return morrow from Lexington to spend the y from a short trip to Louts- - Christmas vacation. Just In barrel new Kraut und .jVllle. Air'. JFreil May left yesterday for Jumbo pickles.. Sweet pickles, too. ILER & BLACK. fMadlsonvlllo where he has ft posi tion. ' Mr. Shelby Stevens will arrive to-- ) We morrow from Louisville to spend the' Ob, you mince meat pit! for 25c. holidays with his mother, Mrs. Laura have the mince meat, Stevens. ILER & BLACK. 'to-da- Heaters, call on Acton Bros. Vestorday's Louisville Herald Bays: "Ways and means for tho reorganGrapes, Oranges, ization of the Republican party In IlntmniiK, Cocoanuts, Figs, Date1!, Ilaislns, Caudles mid Nuts of nil Kentucky form top to bottom and from the Big Sandy to Mills Point IMC II & M,ACK. kinds. wan the theme under discussion ut We have n complete, line of gro- the meeting of the Republican State ceries, and now Is the time to got Central Committee at thu Gait House your supplies for Xmas, before' the yeslprdny While the afternoon. ACTON BROS. rush. meeting wus not largely ntteiulcd, Miss Mariam Nolhrook will ar- there being only about twenty-fiv- e rive y from Sholhyville to spend persons present, Including the memthe holidays with her, parents, Mr. bers of the committee and outside mid Mrs. ltowau llolbrool:. leaders, yet three things were startMr. J. T. Funk, a prominent citi- ed which the leaders hopo to put zen of Clear Kim vicinity, died of the party Into Its old line nnd prespneumonia last Sunday and was burl- tige again. ed at Clear Run Monday afternoon. It wns decided that a platform conCircuit vention should be held some time in Messrs. B. 0. Harrass, Court Clerk, and Claude Blanken-shl- the spring before the State primary County Court Clerk, attended election for nominating State offthe State Clerks' sAmiclatlou ut Lou- icers. It was agreed that the City and isville this week. County Executive Committee of LouMr. John W. Sandcrfur and family, No Creek, moved to Owensboro yes- isville and Jefferson county should During Mr. Sandcrfur's be reorganized as soon as practicable. terday. Lastly, a committee was named to temporary absence his farm will bo draft new rules governing the State occupied by Air. Tinier Westerlleld. Central Committee, which virtually G. Human!, section foreman at means a reorganization of that body. Millport, wife and daughters, Geucta, ItCMiliition Draws Fire, j Dernlce and Helen, returned home It was the resolution that was the 12th from a two weeks' visit with first introduced by Charles L. Seholl Mr. Barnard's brothers, C. H. Barof Louisville, callng for a State connard at Joplln, Mo., and Elmer Bar-nar- d vention for the formation of a State near Knw City, Okla. platform, which drew forth the fire Hev. B, W. Napier Is expected from some of the leaders and comhome from Louisville mitteemen and expressions of timidwhere he has been conducting re- ity from others. The figures "1912" vival services for the past two weeks in Mr. Scholl's resolution seemed to for Hev. W. T. Miller at Ulvers Mem have an appalling effect on some of orial Methodist Church. He will hold those present and it was intimated his regular services here Sunday. from various sources that the InciZero weather for Hartford Monday dents of that year should be fornight was an advance Xmas present gotten an dall references to that perwe were not expecting. Some ther- iod should be dropped. Mr. Scholl's resolution was to the mometers registered as low as 1 1 degrees below, but the most reliable effect that a delegate State convenrecord was about 5 below, which is tion should be called for March 10 the lowest here for several years. under the same rules that governed Mr. Howard" Ellis, of Ridge, Colo., the State Republican convention in formely a citizen of this county has 1912 and that the same basis of repreturned and will reside here in the resentation should prevail. In supporting his resolution Mr. future. He will engage In business with his brother, W. E. Ellis, In the Scliull said that if the Republicans reed and produce business as n full In Kentucky were sincere and earnpartner. The firm name will be W. est in their desire for the return of , those to the party who have been E. Ellis & Uro. Miss Winnie Simmcrman will ar- aflillating otherwise for the past two y rive from Nashville to spend years now was the time to show their the holidays with her parents, Mr. hand. He said he did not believe and Mrs. R. E. Lee Simmcrman. She In asking Progressives or any other will be accompanied by two of her class of voters Into the party withextending them all the privileges school-mate- s, Miss out I'lurie Brewster, of Mineral Wells, and rights that the Republican party Tex., and Miss Maude. Sutton, of can confer. John W. McCulloch, from the SecCarthage, Mo., who will be guestB of ond District, said that he was in faMiss Slmmerinan und Miss Leila Glenn during the Christmas vacation. vor of a platform convention, but he did not think any reference should be made In the resolution or the 'call Xotlre. Having slid half Interest In my to "1912." He said he was willing business to my brother, B. II. Ellis, to extend the privilege of participatthe name of the new firm after Jan. ing in the convention to any person to affiliate with the 1, 1915, will bo W. E. Ellis & Bro. who desires 1 thank all of my friends for past pat- party. George W. Long, late chairman of ronage and the new firm will apthe Republican State Campaign Compreciate any favors. mute, said Hint he was not in favor W. E. ELLIS. of holding the convention as early 2.1t4 Produce Merchant. us March, for the reason that often candidates enter tho field on platDeath of Kdjjnr Leacli. Mr. Edgar Leach died at his resi- forms of their own accord, or have dence in Hartford last Monday morn- some irsue which they advocate; but ing. Mr. Leach had been ill for hut after the party convention Is many mouths and his death was ex- held and declares a platform and It pected. He was afflicted with tumor Ik not to their liking, they may with of the kidney. About n mouth ago draw. He said he agreed with Mr, n slight operation was performed by Seholl lu that the party should put Drs. Taylor, Tlchenor and Ford, forth a platform enunciating princiwhich gave him great relief, but he ples for which it stands. He said if was too weak and the disease had ever the party needed a platform It Is now. gone too far to save his life. After considerable discussion on Mr. Leach was born and reared near Ileda and was a young man of the part of members of the commitlino character. For some years he tee and visiting Republicans, a resotaught school In this county. He lution for holding a platform convenleaves a wife and five children. He tion was adopted, opening the doors was a brother-in-laof Attorney E. to all who want to participate with M. Woodward and first cousin of Mr. the party In the next election; but Estill Bark of our city. Funeral no reference was made to 1912 rules services were conducted by his pastor or regulations, as set forth In the H. G. Garrett, Rev. Ell Wesley of the M. E. Church Seholl resolution. and the remains were interred ut the Charles L. Seholl and J. W. McCulloch were appointed a committee to Patterson burying grounds. draft a call for a convention, fix tho Notice. time and place and the basis of repThe car of cotton-see- d meal you resentation and report to the State find advertised in both county pa- Central Committee at an early date. pers, was shipped from Atlanta, Ga., Kouuds I.Ike Luke. Dec. 15. Those who desire cottonThis sounds mightily like Luke seed meal hud better place an order but we got it from among the for bauie ut once, as I havo cur aleditorial paragraphs of the Elizabeth-tow- n W. E. ELLIS, most sold. News; "When a turkey is Produce Merchant. 23tl dressed it is naked, hut when a woman Is dressed she Is only half nakFOR SALE. Store house and stock of goods. ed." It must be that Harry Som-meis off on a vacation und Brother House 20x60 feet with side room 12 feet wide. 6 room dwelling. All new Charlie and Will Marriott are taking buildings and good location. Also 70 advantage of the opportunity to put acre farm, 60 acres good rich bot- a few things over while the censor-bhl- p is relaxed. It is to bo hoped tom, good dwelling and barn, with fencing and repair. Will at least that they will not undertake to Interpret the Sunday School lessell above 'property at a bargain', son while the main guy is out of A.'M. WEATHERFORD. ' town. Frankfort State Journal. Sunnydale, Ky. 11R. '' x - 3r Grape Fruit, to-da- "' WMHH" tamS 4 0r NK u3AvrfA bB p. WHEN YOU GIVE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS THEN YOU WANT TO GIVE SOMETHING GOOD. YOU MUST COME TO A GOOD STORE TO GET (T. OUR STORE AND SENSIBLE IS CHOCK FULL OF BEAUTIFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS. MAKE A LIST OF YOUR FRIENDS. IT WILL BE EASY TO 1 riNumuunoiunL inc. iniwuo ruu Wrini iu BUY FOR THEM. .REMEMBER TOO. THAT WE ARE THE ONES LWHO GIUE YOU LOTS FOR LITTLE MONEY. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. I. C. CONDUCTOR KILLED IN WRECK the little girl .answered, "is to hold up the petticoat." Buffalo Express. to-da- Ward-Belmo- The Blindness of Virtue. "We want the doctor, quick!" , "Who's sick at your house?" "Everybody except me. I,d been Willard Jenkins Meets Death naughty, so they wouldn't give me any of the mushrooms papa picked Through Head-o- n CoIn the woods." llision. . w - Central lard Jenkins, aged thirty-eigh- t, ductor on manifest freight No. 51, on the Ilinois Centrul railroad, was killed, his fireman, James Murphy, had his arm badly injured, and his brakeman, Bright DufTer, colored, had one foot badly mangled In a head-o- n collision with extra freight No. 1595 coming from the South. The engineer on No. 51 was Edgar Evitts, of Paducah. The extra train had for Its crew Robertson, con ductor, Trathen, engineer, and Earl, Denton, fireman, noe of whom was injured except Denton, who had his face cut. Just how the accident occurred although has not been discovered, Superintendent L. W. Baldwin and Roadmaster Patrick Glynn of Louisville, reached Central City a few hours after the wreck to look after tho dead couductor and the lujured onos. Conductor Jenkins was taken to his homo In that city. Mr. Jenkins city, whilst Brakeman Duffer wus sent to Paducah on the fast train to his home In this city. Mr. Jenkins was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jenkins, of Owensboro, who arrived on the fust train this morning. There survivo him two sisters, Ida Belle and Zula May, and a wife, who was formerly Miss Ola Bibb. No have been made for the The entire acldent occurfuneral. red within yard limits of Central City. Xotlce. will sell crushed corn tor $1.25 per cwt., corn chops 11.50 per cwt. Either of the above feeds mixed witli cotton seed meal is the very best cow feed. Sacks to be returned. W. E. ELLIS, Produce Merchant. 23t4 I City, Ky., Dec. 14. Wilcon- When in Louisville 1 STOP AT THE 5th Avenue : 1 I Hotel : t FRANK ECKERT, Prop. If. H. ECKERT, Mgr. X t f $ Up. European Plan JUST ORDINARY HORSE SENSE FINE ANIMAL- S- I H t Mc-Luk- e, rs te Of First Importance. Tho teacher was examining the class In physiology. "Mary, you tell us," she asked, "what Is the function The Produce Meirbtiiit of tho stomach?" KENTUCKY. "Tho function of the stomach," HARTFORD, HBHHBB2Sfi9SB3BHHBHMSSi Tells a man that ho must be careful in feeding his stock it be wants to get the best results. But It Is not always so easy to get the right kind of feed. Wo are FEED KPKCIAIJBTH aud not only know Just what your stock ought to have, but hunt until wo find it. At your service, sir. W. E. ELLIS iii i i r- Dcmocratlc Protectionism!, Thorc is much stRiilfltMnco In the recent declaration of Xorninn E. Mack, one of the moat prominent nnd potential Among tho lenders of the Democratic party, to the of feet Uiat a revision of the Tariff upward is Imperatively required na n mean of encouraging new Industrial enterprises that shall hereafter not ml .supply the shortage of certnln materials for which we hac heretofore been dependent upon foreign countries hut shall, moreover, no support existing Industries so as to make of our sure of the army of unoniplojed lalior, rengreat dered Jobless by the Underwood Free Trade Tariff. This wakening to the ueeds of the situation reflects much credit upon tho sanity of Mr. Mack. a man who U shows him to he and thinks, who takes note studies of economic conditions, and who traces the relation of effect nnd cause. In short, It shows him far superior in brains nnd In power of and analysis to tho average of Democratic chleftans. Fourteen years of continuous service as the New York member of the National Democratic Committee, includiifp five years as chairman of that committee, have not so blunted his mental powers as to prevent his learning things from experience, besides forgetting some of the Ilourbonlsni of hie party, notably the unreasoning and Thundering attitude of that party on the question of tho Tariff, Mr. Mack is not one of those Democrats who get all of their economic training and knowledge out of free-Trad- e text books. He appears to have learned something out of the text books of business and of Wherefore he human experience. serves notice upon the Democratic party that the time has arrived when U must about face on the Tariff, dogma, abandon the Free-Trad- e hvi-rt&nt- ly the American wool supply has operated as r check upon world prices Itcmovo that Tariff and you reduce the domestic clip and Its check upon prices. That done, tho price goes higher than ever, and the manufacturer is worse off than when we had a Tariff on wool." "Then whnt?" asked tho Demo-ra- t -- . Ic leader. "Then," replied the mill owner, there can bo but one way by which domoitlc manufacturers can keep on "And that way is?" "Reduction of tho wages we are now paying to our work people." The demonstration wa3 conclusive. When the confernce had ended three Democrats knew more about the Tnr-'f- f In its relation to wool manufacture tliHti they had ever bufore known. Three Democrats, then and s. there, ceased to he The truth, as presnted by a capable vnd conscientious business man, had reached the mark. It is not unlikely that the truth may also have reached Norman E. Mack and convinced him that tho plain duty of the Democratic administration and is to revise tho Tariff upward to a Protective level. If President Wilson and his Free-Trad- e ulso could bo convinced of this, it would be n godsend to tho American people. Free-TraderCon-gross FREE SWiK &r FREE rffH! m I f,tt . . - rirectory V. .Iiulf.1 . ilen U. HIliRO, AttoiIio., 1'. MullJff, Jailer, U. O. Uiirrawi, L'lirU, L. K, lllrklirail, Mnuter j!P370fOJSJ3i033.ll EPPAWHATA ., J' r"& iwiiL . y: . C'reult Court T. P. Ulrklionid,' Otto C. Martin Attorney at Lav prn-otlt-Mi 341' wit. niirif-xi- MTOiiir, bWMfti NtV . D.C. m2?Jc&zm?&: C5r;Cr 5 r lif. v, JM llOli; LOFMiEHll Memoirs of Napoleon hi Thrcr I'dlsiiucs mi IIAUTKOItJJ, Kl It." T. I'ollltiu, 'Jnwteo puf.-m.It i In thlojl 'Jury 1'iiiui; S. O. Koonmi, Shcr!ii. Will b. A. Ilnits-lier'llai'l.oui. D'liutie i oiiunurcha.1 aid luljotulu cMMttitlsys ollieo dt'ititle4 Mrn. H. O. Ktumi ulfcl and Cr.jnlual I'iuuic- u ilp l.ilty. 0111110' Keottii. Court loiivcnea firnt '.Moiidu in telirnar) nnd timtlnuea three uvhs; third .Monday In April, uuelsti; third .Mouda) in October, ' countrymen. city ntttre coed hotels In ntcunJ, the fowhaun hcadi the Int. It it firtt tn the httrti ol its ' Court John D. Wilson, tonnt. Clerlt; Jinlge; V. C. UlnnKeimhlp, I. n. Smith, Attoniu), llitrtford. Court ennsned first .Momhivv In ench on the first .Muminy In evr mouth. Court of CalmCoin ones first, iTucwluy In January nnd fitst Tueb-- ' da lu Octohi-r- . S. Mo- -' uther County Offlcers-- C. Court Hcriina to ntcrts. two Barnes pailii-Tfctvlj- Attornoys at Law HAKTFORD, KY. Smith iiik) C. i month. (Hmrtrrly ' Mifjew. W. II. Uiirixii .iimoiiiH.' blimt Um ) This man caused the la-general European u r.r. His personM for Iuvvo foioi-;- i roo- Win gMlrurul 1 by hi i IvJcncval, are full rf tho rm absorbing incident-- , iev of the prcsi.ni "re?: 1 ur pean struggle. vea? Jut a hundred tontm-u- ajjo, Ids ami : in a s.i nt batlud tiu blood. F ratio.' nlune, under hi lr. foujiiit Gcrnni , Rursia, .iistn-i- . . Italj, and Gic.it iirit.ua i.on. memoir, writ: secret a rv. Huron i i Tl-- c Towl-ata- Get these Memoirs Free Hyspfcialnrranpomcnt wild the publishers of COLLIER'S, The Katioi d cckl; , v.c arc etuMod lo oticr c number of tlicc r ' of tlij Memoirs of Napoleon f'ro w a ear's subscription lo Collior's ai..1 this paper. The offer itnct!y limit-.to get Advantage ,of it you must ..it promptly. lii.i-itethrrc-volii- 3- -t Slrk Headache. Sick headache Is nearly always caused by disorders of the stomach. Correct them ami the periodic attacks of sick headache will disappear. Mrs. John Bishop of Roseville, Ohio, writes: "About n year ago I was troubled with Indigestion and had sick headache that lasted for two or three adys at a time. I doctered and tried a number of remedies but nothing helped me until during one of those sick spells a friend advised me to take Chamberlain's Tablets. This medicine relieved me in a short time." For sale by all dealers, m ' eti rmn)lvania 18th an.l II Mrccts Aen-mal.es it a ilcnahle hcadqjar ttr for bridal it.uitf, tourist 1'Utiri, comenPons, Schools ."nd , s.'.l'esci. The PonhatAn attrscts 4ie peorle of culture and education. tiii'Mmity to State, W.r and Navv Ueiiartments. lo to man? I'oirts of hitrncal interest, makes tMs bfttt rsrcially to a UitcnimiiattnK lie. The Powhatan offers rec-n- s with detached bath tt Si 10. S: 00 and up Kroms with private bath, $2 !C, S; CC and vv. Write for hoel'i, wuii map, CLirrcr.o y. lent location clnic aril re tin' i tcfttttl, ct lis e! Coron.-r- , i y f nui prtic'j'utni; e'rch It. icuanw. Mr. Uirnu; vvviU iiktUvldu-UIKoiMiVllle, r. No. J; Tom I lines, Asaesaor, 'accept Mich practlos. In Off.v Olaton, Ky.; Ozua Shulta, Superlu-Umiii- t, llartford, Dr. A. II. lllley, Hartford iiopublicaii building, llvn-forib-- li), Suieor, 1). Ii Smith ca,la irivon:texl t.lc of lu'A, t'xe .Mr, ijt orttiiluml and dlvor hdiig Loun'y At'jir-- 1 d, lliirttott': T. 11. liuuton, itoail Kncliieer, llartlonl. JUSTICKS' COIjKTS. K- - rh 1 Mar.act- -. ir.v::. IM. Shown, llnrtford, TiiMihiy after ;id Moiul.i in .March, liiibdii after d .Moud.iy lu June, 'I ilcrftl.iy uttMARTFOHD, KY. er ;,d .Monday In Seiitemner. Tue- ASS50ClATi:i) ITU M. I.. UUAVRIN daj alter ,!d .Monday lu liu.viiiln-r1.. A. .McO.inlel, Krlda ' This offiio' is t;iiilpc i for liaiid-liu'after ud Momlaj lu .March, Couiiiicrclal l.av. :uifl Collection-Itemafter oil .Monxla.x lu June, after Jd .Mouuay lu Seii'.uiuliur, as well as oilier IokuI and litiTriday after ;!d .Monday lu gated niattera. I'raitUe lu all thu . Uui.-l.porg ARTHUR D. KIRK Attornay at Law li Ul fl 'ii' 'I'iil Sherlock Holmes Stories Exclusively in Collier's Alt IV 191S mil be pr nlcd fn.lusitrlr 11 CVIIer . 1h' "La.tnirute pciurpicl trie li.rop apKar tiuy if Ccllici't ct m me rUKtfrar-lhefine-ll"- Shcr'l. I Vim- -, Morlei rttll lie i HAVE YOUR SUITS KMloti , I'fn uill appear C4kli ct . iiury ar J icrlal f im. t Mail. Sullltan'i limtl) TJ lorialt andNk'clr il, tluotcJ C&mrrenl en lo 1c feature. i .ii , it rl in. Cleaned s Pressed i.itiitc iincto drop the Tariff tor revenue-onl- y fool--isbne- ss as Special Offer to our Readers li rr. pjrec si J COLI ILK S. 1 e Yur m Nat'unal Wtekiy, li h l le il.tee lot , at! i f ier nu ..et for i e n s Mcmtir the c I ice tf Lull er's all i.e. plus oc lo if pacMn anJ fhlr?mc the Mcini.r. Q If jou re O Send ynuf order If, iVs . rce alieaJj a fcuhcrtb-- r, our ub cr pt n ill be es squarely on its feet as a promoter and encourager of domestic Industry. That is to say, the Democratic party must revise the Tariff upward to a protection basis. In order to have reached this conclusion Mr. Mack mubt have taken some pains to inform himself regarding the conditions and needs of American labor and industry. In this rejects he differs radically from the general average of Democrats. It is to comthe habit of pletely Ignore and disregard the facts n in the case. They do not seek along industrial lines. Apparently would rather not have any such .formation. Tho Underwood Tariff Is .clear proof of that. Occasionaly, however, we hear of a Democrat who really would like to know something about the vital iues-4io- n whether or not American industrial producers and wage payers require a Protective Tariff in order to hold the American market against foreign competition. A case of this kind occured about ten years ago. soon after the election of 1910 had given the the control of the House of Representatives of the d Congress. One of the leading industrialists of tho United States, chief owner of several mills end factories and hiving several thousand workmen on bib payroll, was Invited to attend a conference (rl prominent Democrats whereat thu question of Tariff reduction was to be considered. The invitation was Three Democrats anil the one Republican industrialist made up the Free-Traders infor-tnatloFree-Traders Sixty-secon- Notice. Notice is hereby given that Eliza Murphy, J. G. Ballard, Jas. J. Ballard, Albert Cox, Chester Roach Pal Coots, J. E. Hendrlx. W. M. Murphy, W. A. Clark and .1. L. Miller, have tiled petition In the Ohio County Court, and 'on the 3th day of January 191.1, and will move the Judge tlierof to establish a public road as follows: Beginning at the corner of Marvin Chappel Church lot, on the Hartford & Hawesville road; thence a general Eastwardty course over the lands of J. L. Miller and James Hoops, James T. Davis, Evelyn Davis, Amanda Davis. Dannie Dallron, D. E. May, Mol-li- e Baize. Pal Coots Tice Baker, J. L. Miller and Shelby Lee, Daisy Baize, W. H. Davis' heirs, to the Hartford , (c Hlnes Mill road, about 300 yards 8. of tho iron bridge on Hall's creek. This notice is given in compliance to Sec. IS, page SO, Acts 1914. In testimony wherof, witness my signature this 14th day of Decemj ber, 1914. T. H. BENTON, County Road Engineer. 23t2 o--oI on of p itci no. Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Repaired. Work called forand Hats Cleaned and Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday 7h1- in Aiareli,, nesday after d .Monday lu June, Wolnebd.iy after ."d .MoKilay In Sep- -' tember, Wednesday after IM .Mon- da lu Drceintier. It. C. Tichciior, Centertown, Saturday after rj Mond.ij in each month. Wlnsou Smith, Select, Tuesday after I'd .Monday In .March, TucsJ.i after I'd .Monday In .May, Tuesda after yd .Monday lu August, Tucs- ,Ua- - after I'd .Monday in November. W. S. Utan, Dundee, after tho second Mtinda) In .March, Wednesday after .Monda In .May, Wednesday alter 3d Monday August, Wednesday after I'd Man- in uiii in 4oveiiiuer. k i IJen P. IUce. Kondsvllle. TuosiKir after 2d .Monday lu .March, Thursday after I'd .Mondaj lu .May, Tlitirb- S. V. j j courts. M. I,. u I 1'ioiiipt ami vigorous service. I after yd Mnmln Icav rlii's Office. viii:it:i rnllivtrll, h ins 111 TIM' MUtllV lliirltor.l K. STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profession in tlilo and djolulug counties. Collections, Couiuierclal and Criminal l'ractk'o a Sjieclalty. Prompt and vigorous service. .Votary in office. Wod-ncrxl- 1 I AM H,.,f,,,.,i teniedforuneteaTfromitpre'enUalcifcpiratur. COLLIER'S $2.50 ( Jpecul ccmblnat llfll' nltAI- - M g Thursday , I.eptllllicnn. . . iMemoiri.pntraid0 jpr.e. irtlujint i Uree volume 'r $911 delivered. month. Club rate $1.00 per Glillj, ST. Rl Hen ,er I'd veinhcr. after lr.li.ln.. I.. id .Monday t. . PREPARED lu No-- K W. Tailor. Ilalnh. Friday aft- .Monday In .Murcli, Friday after il'd Monday in .May, Friday after 3d Monday In August. Friday after 2d i O.ii n inacuuntrlv. nil I I TRADE-MARKS " tltz k I Monday In Xovcnilinr UAIlTFOItl) l'OMCE COURT. To tlo any kind of Yetuira- ry work. Horses, niules nnd cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or nij?ht. I ri Hartford Pressing i obtain piTrNTs I lvei1i tie-i- thoroughly, at ojr I THAT PA I eir-nsanuiielu you to auccctn. report I Snd inotocr Lkfctcli for :o yearn prartlr. BUR ion liatentAbtlitr. PASSING RTFEnrNCES. Kor frea (.ulda I I lloolc on rmfltable I'atents wrlta lo or no fi.e. v rromptly ol.ilnel la Gl'NTlir.lt KMHJ.jt'KNTKK rnrr D. HARTFORD, KY. Fogle, City Attorney; J. . Stevens, Marshal; Court convenes bccomd Mou- jday lu each month. City Council J, C. Her. JJajor; H. T. Collins. Clerk; J. K. Uean, Treas u. l. .Martin, Judge.; McDowell A. W. H. Veterinary Surgeon RILEY Ky. Hnrlforcl, B03-BO- B wHsnincTON, Sovonth Strnst, c. The Thrice-a-Wee- k Edition Of The New York World wo waul," said the spokesman., "Is the actual truth about tho Tariff. How much reduction below Hie present Tarilf ratus can jou Is easily answered," Mid the man with tho big puytoll. "I have brought with me the balance sheets of all of my ptoperties lor a term of jears. Fioin tliuin ou will discover that my protlts have averaged Ironi A to i per cent on the capital invented. You would not, 1 presume, onslderthat an ex1 party. "What stand?" "That queMlon orbitant profit?" "Hy no means," was the reply. "But you sometimes make more than tint?" "Oh, yen." said the mill owner. "When we are so lucky as to turn out u fabric pattern that has a big run and cannot produce enough to meet the demand we get as high as HO or 30 per cent on thoso goods. Rut vrlicri, on tho other hand, tho market Js overstocked and great quantities of dead goods ate left on our hands, to bo worked otf at any price we can Kt, wo lose heuvilv. Our average1 profit Is, as I have said, 4 '4 to 4 Ys ' Clianibei Iain's CoiikIi Reined) The' a Daily at The 1'rltc of a Mothers' Xo other Xew .paper give Chamberlain's Cough RemWeeM.v. "I edy to my children when they have in tin Win Id (,'ivc", so Much coldh or coughs," writes Mrs. Verne at mi Low a I'liie. Shaffer, Vandergrift, Pa. It always helps them and is far superior to any other cough medicine I have used. The year 1914 has been the most I advise anyone in need of such a extraordinary in the Iiibtory of modmddiciiio to give it a trial." For! ern times. It hab witnessed tho outsale by all dealers. in break of tho great European war, or the Country. a btrugglo bo titanic that it makes The Oceil Is coining Into Its own all others look surill. Rural lite and country lite is becoming to bo You live in momentous times, and appreciated again alter several de- - you hhould not mibs any of tho cades of dlslavor and neglect. Thoi events that nro occurring. following ciei'il, which lo being adopt No other newspaper will inlorm you d as the slogan of various hoys' and girls' clubs throughout tho rural sec-- 1 with tho promptness and cheapness edition of tho tious of tho United States, shows that of thu Thrlcc-a-Wee- k the thought life ot tho eountry Is be- - New York World. Moreover, a car's lug dliected Into Its natural chan- hubscrlptlon to It will take you far into our net Presidential campaign. nels: World's reguI believe that tho country which j Tho Thrlce-A-Wee- k Cod made Is more beautiful than tho lar subscription prlco is only $1.00 city which man made, that life out per year, and this pays for 15C paof doors In touch with the earth j pers. Wo offer this unequaled newsIs tho natural life of man. I believe, paper nnd that work Is work whatever I find THK IIAKTWmi) KKPUiSMCYX It, but that work with naturo Is together for one year for $1.05. inore liihplring than work with the Tho regular subscription prlco of most Intricate machinery. 1 believe tho two papers Is JjiU.OO. thai the dignity of labor depends " not only upon what you do hut on how you do It; that opportunity comes to thu boy on tho farm as Tho most economical, cleansing and often to a hoy In tho city, and that j germicidal of all antiseptics la llfo Is larger ami freer and happier i on tho lu nil than In tho town." i j j ( SPECIAL TO WOMEN I ja. In wool has cut down tho domestic uupply, as Inevitably it will, we shall then be at the nieicy of foreigners. profit when tho Turin" on woolen. Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. ' shall be reduced?" We, the undersigned, have known I'. J. Clieney for tile last IS yearn, and believe "Yes," replied the manufacturer, lilm perfectly honorable in all business transactions and nnunclally "that probably would be tho result, out any obligations made byuble to carry his firm. temporarily. Rut after XATIONAb HANK OF COMMEIlCIl O. ' Frce-Trud- AntUeptic Powder to Ws offer One Hundred Dollars A soluble Reward for any case of Catarrh be dissolved in water as needed. "jvlll not free wool solve thu question As a medicinal antiseptic for douches of lower production cost and Insure that cannot be cured by Hall's i j cent." "But," said tho Democratic leader, How's This? o J Jeretpfore, uudur u Tariff ou wool, catarrh, inflammation or ulceration of noso, throat, and that caused by feminine Ills It has no equal. For ton years th hydla IC. riukbam Medlclno Co. has recommenced Puxtiuo la tholr prlvato correspondence with women, which proves its superiority. Toleuo, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, Womca who havo been cured bay upon the blood and actlnit directly it is "worth its weight In Bold." At surfuces of the system. Testimonials fent free, l'rli-- 75 cents per bottle. Sold druggists. rOc. largo box, or by mall. by all DrURRlsts. Take Hull s rurally I'llli for constipation. .Tho 1'axtou Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. mu-ro- In troattng nett. Cajit. A. D. White. A. L I'ate. J. D. Kalph, A. C. Velser, W. II. Gillespie. YOU I School Trustees J. D. Dulfe. Chair- The - National Weekly man; It. T. Collins. Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, and W. i:. Kills. ItEMGIOUS SEItVlcnS. M. E. Church, South Services Until this 5 ear morning and evening eveny first and CoWtr't hai IfCii Treatment third Sunday in e.icli month. Sunsold at $5.50. Now school MHaaaaaaaaaaQlW lA. M a. m. I'r.iyer meetfor WEAK day every tlic price is $2.50 ing Wednesday evening. Ho v. M4HMBKIB andi'luc!rcuti-H. W. Najder, pastor. LUNGS or Jiajitlst Church Services niornlng wc tail oiler It CONSUMPTION and evening every heeond and fouith at a Mill further "nt!i. Sundiiy school rcdmtion in conIf you mention this paper we will Fend you .u i,.d - ' er cve.y Wed "' ' nection wnli this a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for ' A. S. I'cttle, publication. feeling, coughs, pains '"8. that tired. in che&t, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak pastor. Chui-cChristian Special Offer to Our Rcaler3 Services everj lungs or consumption. third and fourth Sunday at II a. in. 10CK BOX 61E (lrtnin) for Colli r ct Hrtumiuinu lh OHIO MEDICAL CO. ami 7 p. in. Sunday school 'J::;0 a. in. COLUMBUS, 0. !lic neu price, we ate ma le arianfrtuvriU to Elder Gwinn, pastor. lfcr it am) tir tw n puMir itiuu each one rar fr the pnee of Co'iir'joloiu ihiy aln'itfj SKl'KBT SOCIUTIi:?. offer an iiuutl"c tdkinaihantaccofprotiipil). Hartford Lodge No. G7.", K. ami A. r-. t n Jr?'' M. meets ovorj flrht .Mondi' night Wiirtt Ycu Get in Coll ier s in each month. W. S. Stevens, V. CJW'i tlic mip Inn, indrprnilrnr. frartos M.; Otvciu Huiiter, Secretary. verU u tli" nfcu'riountrs. .Nut milt Hartford Chapter No. &1 O. K. S. citiiri titliandtiiiiik I. lit it is o n wliotc f'lmtU Aim n lie mat. iiiii. for meets every second nnd fourth .MontlnnKH that a star's civ arcr day evenings, Mrs. J. 11. William, W. M.; Jan. II. Williams, W. l , 1000 rMltorialc 1300 Ncwa Photos L.uctecu v.nen cvcrtt-ii:- ; oicc fails. .Miss Elizabeth .Mlllor, Secretaij. 220 Sl.oit Article. I'ros-.I i:ot ana iemc:e ii :j;i-.ji- ! thrv. we tho buj)rcme t Itoucli Klvei- - I.ihIl'k 'n Mil N'tili.M. 150 SUnrt Slnrirs wksknosws 100 lllutlraletl Teaturrf .of rthl:u! meets every 'I itcsday even, t :emciy-- ts thoeands 2 Complete Novrls tet.iiiie:i. ing. Jno. W. Taylor, C. I'., W. It. t g FOR KiDrJEY,L!VERAND itclb for orjy ileUricK, K. or U. & S. Colli $2.50 ilartlord Tent No. M, K. O. T. M. S70iVaAC.-- f TROUBLE f. Hartford Republican meets every lirst ami tiiinl Thiiimlav i: is th; medicine ever sold nights. It. T. Collins, Commander; 'a over a drugpist's counter. 'E. I'. .Moore, KtcoiHI Keeper. ri i m hsm Acme l.odgo No. a.'ifi . o. O. V. 3Sw88$s every setond nnd fouith j meets S juay nignts in each month. C. M. Mar ; ,nett, Noblo V. It. UedricK, hocrctary. Iliirlfoid Camp No. 202 O. moots every second and fourth S.u uiMay nights In each mouth. Tom ' ''. I PROCURED AND OEFCNDED.'j vviiuams, council Coiuniander; W. ('. ree advicv, kor to obtala au iita, tnuls ruajAi, I I I MeCALL PATTERNS Wallace. Clerk. ccpjriirtiu, He-- , in ALL COUNTRIES. fit. simplicity snd Jluslnss Jirtetv.Uk WasUlagton Mill timfA Sunshlno lllvo No. 42, I.. O. T. .U. cl,e'"'J ftyif. money ani often iktfaienu meets every first and third i.'.l.invifr '.".''''? r Exclusively. Palest and Infilngimtnt Practice .. :.: r ....!. . ioi.i .".."'".' direct. .i. ill uj null ,,,"i"v;,ru inl,l IK... ibiiio i.. lliuillll. rl. or fomo tu us at iirf. AlljlOl' any otherur make, hciij lor Miira D,"n ( lice uUIotrue. 110 Hf Mh Stmt, ant Cnlul Etatas faUat Liriiuu, i.auy uoiiiinander; .Mrs. II McCALL'S MAGAZINE WASHINGTON. D.C. E .MlbchUe, Lady Kocord Keeiicr, othei fashtoa Kojstono Chapter No. 110, It. A. L More subscrilwrs athan snyInulujblr. I.at--1 nugaiins-niliH- on month. M.. meets every thliU S.iturd:i,y night ilrrssinaLliiff, iiillllntrr. 'y'. ptttirns, nredlrwoik, lulrdrrnlni. J plain sewing, in each month. John T. .Moore High PJ etiquette, cooafancy stiiries, etc. Only W cents l'rlest; W. S. Tlnsley. Secretary. lnutle), 7",' (".SI"1toJay, or IncIuJInj a frre pattern. bubscirBe scnU lor samule capy. A.MER1CAN SOCIETY OK EQUITY. WONOEBFVL INDUCEMENTS Stato Officers President, J. II. to Agents. brings Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presi- jI and new cashPostal oilers. premium ciUlotrut prlie Addren dent, J. II. Durney, Muhlejnberg Co.; Is HI W. J7U SI, NEW Y0RM U HcClIX C3 Secretary & Treas., S. U. Itobertson, Callioun, Ky.; Orgaulzer, T. II. BUCKHE'S SEEDS SUCCEBB I Hartford, Ky, SPECIAL OFFER: Alembers Stato Executive Hoard FMsaa ta kslU Nav.Ba.ta.aa. AtrUlnUl ' Bon Watson, Webster county; J. v. mass tov our pcnuauBiii nuwucr, AND CURE . H Taiiaiies LUNGS Prire rollectlati I..MUIUOI l.-- " t.uvi Dunn, Daviess cpunty; llunry PIrtle, law Ohio county; E. I. Kay, Hardin court, 11 th Driest I Tarala. T SplanOU I UaUa, S bsat tails. . kais. at Taxicllrs In all. ty; C. O. Havenpoitt, Warnm county. I Uas I ! Sis-S..Hsw VliAsuanssiE-Ohio County Officers S. L. Stov-enw,th Mention thle Psper. Write Ileiiry Plrtlo, SecPresident; retary; S. K. Bennett, Treasurer. COUNTY BOARD OP EDUCATION. a SEND lO CENTSvalaftVU i to ? riaits( pwkiM i4i tkU Osna Shults, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. tout au svbout im nml uiuu u bmoj, ru&u. i. 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. J.W. Buckbft. ''"ft'cftoW.m.i Trial Free ... . 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsvllle, Ky. 3. Ira Bozarth, Olaton, Ky. 4. II. O. Autry, Ilalxctovvn, Ky. OUiVRANTrED BATIOyACXOaYl 5. E. G. Austin. Prentiss. Vfl .J A. .oj J ii AI Jii, C. J. L. Lrowu, Uoekport, Ky. I u.t,. ..HJ.MUUIO Ul UUUIlUll .1. U. liiOl- - miff WILL TAKE OUR Collier's Collj in Club's I First Time FREE 0I 1 ti:-)- run-dow- t.'1- ;'' ". I i a'-- A) 1,1 $2.50 WsuwrawTati-B.-TiTYisriiii- rdsmn ;.v.-'i."'- M '' pft :":!;"efL.i.?';0'!' VV ' SEEDS t Dal-mal- n, KILLthc COUCH the S tfVt to-ds- y; j liiniui Dr. Kfng's 1 i New Discovery S,re for CslfSP i ' j iiSBliS itt American. at T- tllvorco lawyer lias tossed n monkey wrench Into tho ninchlnery. A very tlellcate International ques-tluTor ten cents n woman can get wnir i M v.'ii Hltotihl think, Is r.ilsod hy onotiRh calto to jjlvo her tho heatl-ncli- o "r ifis M frh qmU0Mrmmn Pk S Iho constant complnlntB of resident after sho eats It. But It takes of UotiKlaH. Nuco, and other border a lot of doiiRh to purchate a bun Ii) glvo n man tho the frotiucnt ' .158 HOffBRB m BJ3HH gw wts UU 13 towns Arlrnni, nlionttho border by that will you owe a man headache. ra nvtv Hii.T.n i iirai.i.wi miiwr 'M ...! fiiullliitleH flrod across i iiili iranoKs When ir. five dollars contending Mcxlrim foreoa Ju-- across ho fools that you are robbing him For Infantn and Children. W1 t Wf snj. W11 tho lino. It Is lit cvldenco that a every time you buy a new hat or number of Amerlc.ui citizens lfnvo a suit of clothes. Majority of Frionrlj Thought Mr. taking oilier medicines. I decided (0 Kind You been killed, ami a large number iguor.iuco is miss when you con lake his advice, although I did not liavH - --" sj ii !t,i mW wounded, by this menus. Some citi- dodge tho man who knows It nil. ;; Hughes Would Die, But any confidence in it. A mother's! club Is usually an orzens of !aco liuvo Just united In n BoBgii! nocr One Helped Him to petition to the governor of Arizona, ganization of women who haui'tany I have now been .1 pt,t c, hl taking which, after reciting their grievances children and who meet to deplore for three months, and it has cured me Recovery. and constant danger, concludes with tho lack of culture of the women who &mtalui8ihenila.llta;ife ' haven't had those awful sick hcadachef tho r.upplle.ulon; "help us, for God's have too many little waists and dresI "a"""jmiuisauiifo.c;itj . 7 V )U jsuko." This appeal Is urgent. The ses to wash and too many little stocksince I began using it. BilS ings to mend to waste time on the gravity of the case Is plainly incre.-ih.v A11 r , v Pomeroylon, Ky. In Interesting adI am so thankful for what ht iug- club. Pr Hft yto PramolcsD'J-sltaiJOnrSome men nro greatly worried for vices from this place, Air. A. J. Hughes has done for me." Hut the difficulty of the situation 01 ncss;ni(ir:stjCoiilai.'iwi.Kr is ns great as Its gravity. Where can fear thnt they may not get to heaven writes as follows: "I was down wilh Thedford's l has been we find warrant for stopping a when they die. Uut others will bo stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for de y()rNncovf-- . j Moxlcun battle, fought on Moxlcnn content If the future life grants them some spot that Is would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It oil, on no other pretext than that j a Io"B s'eop eu '. v the bulluts fired In action, Instead located a comfortnblo distance from times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, Jlnjn ,w- vegetable herb5, of going toward the enemy nt whom the lioof of the Iron works." I tried different treatments, but tliey contains no A pessimist Is a man who stajs dangerous ingredients, and' they are aimed, lly entirely outside SxiuStxtl of Mexico and do Injury to neutrals? borne and hopes it will rain while did not seem to do me any good. lmtaal . KHo? actsjjently, yet surely. It can be freely-use- d r T'.r. The (iiiostlnn is new in International other people are out enjoying them limn St rd- I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, by young and old, and should t ' law. There is no precedent to guide selves. iW.totMv Ater all, maybe a bachelor Is only and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. us ami none of which we can base a Apcrfcrl Remedy foiToiKlirs claim for energetic action on tho part a man who has refrained from makwould die. He advised me to try Get a package to ay. I Ion , Sour blnuucIi.Ui.ini'ii'C! of our government. The Melcnns ing some woman unhappy. Cincin- Tliedford's .('omiibious 'n "'".'' Worms and quit Only a quarter. Enquirer. are the first people engaged In war nati jaj nessanJLossorSUL.: o to shoot 10 wildly that their bullets go entirely outside of their own Slop the Child's C0M1 They Often racSictb Signature cf Result Serlons. country and raise such a grave InterColds, Croup and Whooping Cough The national question ns this. wp.w vnnK'. Hague Tribunal, if called to deal with are children's ailments which need this case, could find no landmarks immediate attention. Tho after-effecare often most serious. Don't in Grotlus, or In any of the great authorities in International law, to take the risk you don't have to. guide It in reaching a determination On King's New Discovery checks the of the perplexing question. There Cold, soothes the Cough, illays the Exact Copy ol Wc.pf. the c..mB,,mKm.it,, Is no past on which to draw. There - Inflammation, kills the Germs riiid al- fore the Washington administration j lows Nature to do her healing work, Buy a bottle may not be rashly condemned for'r0cnt jour Druggist. having done nothing. Prompt Attention and Good Service. Yet it will not be denied that American citizens subjected to Mich TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, a danger, are entitled to some sort I of protection at our hands. Persons For Infants and Children. unfamiliar with Mexican shooting may Jump at a conclusion that the Bis Kind You Have Always Bough? firing acro.ss the border Is not withNo Money Bears the out premeditation, and that it may inAilvniiro Qlgnatuie of be an exhibition of Mexican hate toSutlnfitc (Joa (iunr-auloward the Gringo. It should bo not4 ed, however, that the borderers make lovrrritNet Luncheon. The "Iro-peiitjno such complaint. They know the Foct ory On the 2Gth day of November Thk Republican and Louisville Herald $1.3t quality of Mexican markmnuship too 1'ricnH merchants, Importers and bankII n m ! c n t well, and their complaint, according' Globe-Democr- at 1.76 TeriiiH d A hotel In The Reptblican and St. Louis ly, is simply a demand that the ers met at a Snvi d(i ot d Now York and had a Mexicans shall not be permitted to SlOO to 1.50 The Republican and Home qnd Farm fight battles in their 'own country. luncheon in celebration of the "prosS2O0 From Fnc This Is wholTy inadmissible. Even perity" that thy say has begun to The Republican and P A STARCK 1.75 ,iij7ri!!ry "SVJfMT m- - st fi iZTP?ai lory Direct KtHOLHT The Hague Tribunal would not sus- arrive because of the establishment 'yaff0 3.50 tain such a measure of enforcing the of tho Federal Reserve Bank system. Thk Republican and Louisville Daily Herald...... IN YOUR peace. We offer a better plan, and Tho speeches were full of rejoicing 3.50 OWN HOME one which men who know the border at the prospect that the inflation of The republican ana uauy uwensDoro inquirer we will ship iu a bcse'Iful Start' I'lano fur 3i tluj-- , fr.-ml In jour currency Is going to expand business will bo wllllngjo consider. If the i lionc. No cohIi puiment rotiulrtMl All e asl: is thnt ou v. ill j.U, uj n. uso O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k in., lest till.- l.im fur ji) iIjjb If. at ti imt if that tlim-- ou lu m t tin it the Mexicans, in all the armies, can bo rby maKlhg money "easier". But lilt, icit Kruilc, Hwvottst tuncil ami !lner utann In ever) way. tl at m have ever induced, when at lighting near the none of the speakers took the troublo The Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1.75 ill, In that nc.n foi the money, you are .it perfect libert) to .send It Kick, mill ctnt, ju) th fn ,Kht both wa)3. This btarck piano must inalte rooJ with jou, border line, to aim at shooting to explain Just how tho addition of there Is no talc. straight across it, nobody on this two or three hdndrcd millions to The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 Save $150.00 or Mora Eesy Paymcnfs side will be lilt. The execution will our present volume of paper money You piy no ra,h U wi, hut after 30 iUj We fclilp ilirttt to you from our fittory, at Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1.60 of trial, )oti tan hexm piyment on thd prlct that ute )OU upnarili ot ISO.oO in tbl bo done in the opposing ranks of war is to create business where there is The ej.lut ttimt ecr mihl'kUd hy a piano i t of )our I'Ijik). U'e qinrintrc t furnlth 's no business. For example, aimwhenever the combatants quit inanu'ai urer. Tlione tenna ar arrancnl to j j a lirttir plino for the money tlun you cm uit )'ur comrcience, and it i ulhle for of November 2S notes a heavy The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 k re rlielirre. Yon are i.kiuri-- 1 of pelting ing at each other. And It might be a njtlirctory tcct toned durililc high snU jou to iy a phim for yoiir hoie, without busl-nc- s . .ire tV nil t). , plJtlO. so great. In the course of a few weeks Increase in the failures of small concerns with $5,000 to $20,000 oiarcx that tho Mexicans would be willing Piaysr'FiiMa 2nd -- Hand Bargains to consider bringing their revolutions capital. The Federal Reserve sysRrerr Starck Piano U j Mtarck are IV.- - lute comlantlt on hainl tem does not seem to have done any-- i for II jrar. the lp.t Mnil mot Iwnutl to un end. Globe Democrat. Itila Kuaranm ha back Unrt namlKt ot l.tchtl" uh! fui Pl.yet- I'uii.M mi ins thing to save those poor devils from ! it our 31 yean of plan) and eeonI lun I plunoa of aH market. Yoj will be detandard uukta taken in cxjrlcnv, an.l the rrpJ lighted with the many eo Children's Coughs Children's Colds bankruptcy. What will It do for tho Starck Planoa tailon of in oM ntablit'ied. chinse fr cluilx fcalirra of tlitjo business concerns with larger capiThe follow rcponiitilc pUno houte. an J wonderful lntrmrt, anil ICotii Are Serious. lug are a fevr umplc baitralnsi will he pleiMl uith the tal? Will the manufacturer whose SO Free Music When one of your little ones show my low prices at which 3110.00 Weber WHY NOT MAKE A MONTH tlicy can he secured, ay symptoms of an approaching Cold, mill Is closed and his hands laid off 02.00 Lessons Steinway for lack of orders be able to borrow 90 00 Piano Book Chlckcrlng give It Dr. Belt's To rrry purchaser of at a Week, almost $10.00 a Day Send today for our new . SUrck Piinot, we cite free 9S.00 Kimball once. It acts quickly, and prevents any more freely than (before? Will beautifully illustrated piano tnuilc lcMn. in one of 105.00 Starck any part of the two or three hunliook which pici jou a nchoolt In the best lnon Soiling Victor Safes and boxes the Cold growing worse. Very heallargo amount of Informayon ClilcaRo. Thee !. to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and Semi for otir latest complete ing soothes tho Lungs, loosens the dred millions of new paper currency tion rcffinlms pianos. Thli run take In jour own home, farmers, allot whom realize tho need, second hand bargain list. liook will interest and ly mall. Thl represent of a safe, hut do not know howeasy ltlstoown mucous, strengthens the system. It's to him? Will any part of It get to please you. Write today. one year's free Instruction. one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of opportunithe best, clean-cu- t Drug- tho two or three million workmen guaranteed. Only 2.5c at your KM! Slarok Bid)!., CHICAGO I'. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. ties c it received. Without preWous experiwho hnvo either lost their Jobs or gist. Buy a bottlo ence YOU can duplicate tho success ototbers. catalog Our haiiilsoinely illustrated Bucklen's Salve for are working short time? It would Arnica viil enable you to present the subject to cus r" ought to tomers in as interesting a manner as inougn 2 seem that these questions Sores. von were n'.'.otlni? them throuch our factory. Men have engaged the attention of the Milesnieu mtIv o advlca and Instructions for selling appointed ad safes, thing cunUiictni: taUlng points which it is Impossible for a prospective customer to deny, WM prosperity lunchcrs. don't YOU bo tho first to apply from jour Mclnlty before someone else gets the territory I Under all the circumstances and We can favor only ouo salesman out ot each locality, DAILY BETWEENC "tallfer, Tlie25thanniTersaryofoot' l (CISIti roufilttons oncwould think that the FOR FLETCHER'S company was celbmted tar creeling the most modern safe -iTt 1,025 merchants, bankers and ImI factory ill the world. Wide ovakc men who rewired our porters who attended "the prosperity special sellluu; inducement, -luncheon might have done something ;;:icrc4 Uneossii-- y atfrsS.'-o- nr . laiKo .Mti.uUe Says. output. W r siMnola ' -moro practical than to merely mako many thousands ot dollars car ..- . : sr ten-yeA old boy often wonders . r r u.ri wuf. t i.,!sy . : . . i : f. larainsour sales ornlaatIo at for example, have raised their voices iv bus to learn all turclcularr, If grown up people ever use any other In a chorus of demand for the romov-a- l will cot you only tlw p;tc M & words besides "Don't do that." ft postal card. of the cause of he very general The old fashioned man who used business depression t AsHor Catalogue 1ST. of which to hnvo tho back of his coat chalk they ... u au ah a.... ulna TVfl tUairi think tho country is about to THE VICTOR marked by a tout now has a sou who emerge. That cause is ho Uunder-woo- d '' cvih (.rut ' lml U',r1" l""",;'M' , ' - .x'? . ,. ua.......iycjuwiiiw Ut.ad wairr. el llM carries tho dopo in his pocket and Free-Trad- e Tariff. Abolish .8 i sf-- .t ""r .HTlnnmen' SAFE & LOCK CO. hands out sure things to his friends. May 1st to Dec 1st Diily" -- CLEVELAND .rid SUrVALU that Tarltf and bring back Protection When a woman goes o try on hats . g;ua'. m! vl J J.Li . to American labor and ludusry and i J '"i iai ci.v.ijjd CINCINNATI, OHIO Capacity 20,000 Salua Annually. Our New Home she always Informs the milliner thnt thero will bo no need' of "prosper" " ''7 ""'"""" V.l "I can't do a thing with my hair to- ity" lunches. Prosperity will speak I r.r.lofMaoralViu" " '"' J ' . ! rra.hnplH'OrinClnt.t il ay." fie. . ,. I i I r L um - l.lu.ll.t.-- l for Itself when business shall have O. After a woman has picked a hus- been relieved of tho Incubus of Free-Trad- e. THE CLUVELAIID C BUFFALO T.1AHSJT CO.. Cl.r.UnJ. band sho starts In to pluck him. a.17'giii'Wi Ladies! Save Money and Keep m It tukes a ninn a long time to Style by Reading McCall' learn thnt ho can do more for blm-be- lf BUCiBEE'S BL'LBS SLCCtCD. ' Magazine and UsinsMcCallPalterM than any one will do for him. oSPECIAL OFFER' klvMAdi ov CR 6S YCARS McfsU'aHaiaiiaairlll wo practlco what Wo seldom y o Made to build Xew Muilacai. A ' Life" Northern Gro Backbee'i "Full lulu you Utehs MCAltS MAGAZIrii: EXPEnlENCE ulll tnakA loua fjcruiinent cus " Pedigreed Seeds hne a reputation of jH years of preach. That's why a man who is at a imxlcrclii tomer, ttatl.factioa guaranloed or jour giowins bchiud tbem. it pa-- t wearing a iuccecsful teed cxKiiaoby koopluu' "safety first" button will Dlant the tiest. ' tf ! ll..lQuk.ll.LiKl.. i lou postod on tha .,.,.. .. reasonable Specialties: oourcuir wunociiuu.,. latent fashions In take a corn fed blonde out to dinf lb. r.L.1. k...L.ul h.n ur. UfMUia. F4tS.r III ili, ucs snd hats, to BI3ANS . f tsUu0pil.f SwiUU l.l. SwUk trU, SuUlM. IhiuU. ner whon he knows his wife Is In I B.nu.aullU. SlU4M..Cfl..CI,l4IUMljl.. Earliest Red Valentine . a.M..... UUd, Nov rashloii Uoslins ti 50 Bushel . KelURee Cxtra Early In each lMio. Also Ij 5 bushel town. Mt ft hmimiu. r.iu Vuiif, o..ut. rm s, New Slrlnjflesa Cretn Pod . Jj 70 Ilushel nuab!o luforinailori I U.I K.J l.l. Tulle M.. !.. bua WanUeU'a Imp. Kidney Wax fa. 50 Bushel I OUAUA.VIXK1TO;VLKAK on ii. l liorno auu per a woman passes her one After Davis New Wh'U: Wax . . $4.7$ Ilushel Trade Marks Ouly Meallqa this Paper I snual matters. Wrlto Curile'a Kust rToof Wax , 4 50 Bushel hundredth birthday she quits lying Desions t'K a year, lucludinif, ALLEN "37" $893 MI'INIi 2ff CliNTS ollMttt riBvninuTt Ac u freo patteru. Sub-PEAS. . 13 S" Bushel uii vtUtbU ttiMiift4rj4ifa) IIIiiiShiI l.,i.jil.. ago and begins to brag DI.ALKIt In each about her .... WE tt NT a l.l I unfraUf t iwiia ba p.wwi Extra Early Alaska . ( b..li rvnymiit (HUM Mrilio today or tend AnTonfOnftliiBiirtetehnndtescrlPtlonrnaf va Mi town In southern Ohio, adjacent territory In W 4Pat I UataUPaJ ri New Iatly fi rail us . , . , ts 50 bushel iif klr aworliiiu siiir opinion (roe "ucinur an ruj ffoo muplo copy. ifii"TKT-rta ! Mm r wwuvwu,saajwmiinnvHnnoui) about it. 01 I Mriclnla, bouihem Indiana and entire S'ate c Ilorsford'a Market Carden . I.J50 Ilushel wmum HANDBOOK LKUIS, oul'ajeiiu McC.ll Pitts is mil t'linhlo you to make In your take on our It makes a man Just as mad to Kentucky to automobile. Una ofcar M.I.I, ALLKX I la aomntaBtutuoa ii"" a.ij vtiaa Uuckbee's Lightning Express J5 00 Bushel pr ron (ItMlVJIa ClJ.leX oBCiicy for aMuriiiir,Pateta. Our frea. IIKITC uup liouio. niiii'iuron n hands clotuluzfur I lMtTik' M IWMH MU fftsiiur " llaiF " takon thruuah Muna 4 to. rtceUt Lattuc. iUdlsb, Tomato and a full line ot pluy poker with a bad loser as it and the owners, and jou nuke UOMA, koi.I ( IM W W UIWM youriolf and tiiilrln u wlneU villi bo perfect ir satisfy S:eds, Plants and Bulbs ut lowest growing price. pf u siutkr, wll hout cnaree, la the BT. In stylo ami flt I' i untie hither than U wcau xuv, w (473 up, alo one at (IUS. This I a good cl.Jtit u ui D.ik.. Send for comnlele cataloeue or submit a list of does to play with a good winner. atocxrocc, cents bcnil for free i'utleru Cltjtoguo, ( e.tabli.hed Auto IMlcr to take on in. n. uu-lor an , ' Once in a while we your requirements and quote price. Scientific or for Wa IVUI Ga Y.a Fiat Prrt.sti tor cottlnc sub. hear of a big iiuUk srlllntr Una of popular tars, UatkliiK d llu Buy direct from the grower Save Money. lll!.VH.I-.l- t t. wAkir. T4imett clr little money and acilptionssuiiiiic ipurlrleucls. boijdrorftt Write today. MentLoa this paper. fushtonable wedding at which a bish- Into a first wills u moue makimr Lu.ih.-n- . tan Mriti Ternn.M -- iiluwm of ur.Tc.cntUiq lurn!, diss Premium ( ataloud and I'akh True OlTcr, I :.' "''... ..... I - - Mnlll lMTfaJI tlAWaUlCAIflrii. op and four ministers officiated. And nuUk lor pirtitulara to the Kaitory TUl ItiCAll COarASY. iii l Zii Hot 374 St. htV VOfiC L.v.ivx?arv:" ki... u:i. COJll'Ah'V, Sl'A K. MOTtlltS WN5t0.s,4W,i',;'1IIIWJ?w a little later we hear that one dinky Mutu bt., Cincinnati, Ohio. ISftlaKUaSl.. BaxlfartStriFtra. Ittktwt, -i um m pii n mimII mK ' 'lwwJKay8MAlHHBHSBg iflftJ22a ii : 'rolorlltii; the Ilordcr. n, TOIACH BLE mi 5se. os vf "' Ths AI.I-01UI,.- r a-"- iiif ara i ' HVE YEARS st Kara Always Elack-Draug- .bears tne Sio'na.tnrn ,ww A E32E aaaa y - j AAV m Black-Draug- Black-Draug- ht 1 r. U" For Gvcr Black-Draug- Ihiriv Tears ..... ts j JAMES & CO., Pirst- Class lLriverytnett Centertown, Kentucky. ! to-da- y. Starck Piano ml CASTOR A --- AfM&ZiK OUR CLUBBING RATES. -- " high-price- high-price- 30 DAYS' - TR3A1 , 1 cm- low-r- t, Brad-street- Address all orders to Pljj'er-Pliiio- - THE REPUBLICAN. $200. n-- w Player-PUnft- - - That's ey S50.o well-to-d- o flre-nro- m money-makin- g e P m r Children Cry ar t- Cleveland SS,"-;1' im a. at '.'u-'iul-- CASTO RA ar ....... .,., ... "'.. SEEDS BULBS -- Dealers Wanted stjl-lstil- USBe ON y wa tUk I "I-- '. wa- MM I i I sasi usm ft !. 111 I8 tJVkaVnfaT. H. W. BUCKBEE . ITALY DEMANDS ENVOYS RELEASE Denounces Severe Head Pains Caused By Catarrh Cured By Pcruna Forcible Removal of Turks. English Consul by h Home, Dec. 13. Italy haa rellcr-:c- rt her urgent demand for satisfaction to tlic Sublime Porto for the forcible removal of G. A. Rlchard-Fothe British Consul at Hodcldn, from the Italian Consulate, wkcre he had taken refugo, and for his liberation. 1.9(5 No. 21 Shi'ctc. . H. Chancy, It Is understood that Germany has B. F. D. 2. Mr. 3.5S Bennett, S. 11., 179 a. J'ltnylvanla Co., Va. Sutherlln, advised the Constantinople govern 5.76 Holing, Clyde, 50 a. ment to satisfy Italy's demand and writes. "For the past tuelve months I have been a sufferer fwra catarrh 2.62 Huff. II. F., 100 a ha avoid complications. of the head. Since taking four bot4.96 I,od, W. A., 126 a. r.aron Sonnlno, the Italian Ministles of your I'eruna I fool like a 5.17 altogether. Tfco seNo. as Watoii. ter of Foreign Affairs, has asked tho different personmy head Turkish government, It Is learned vere pain In my entire have disapCooper, Geo. W., 20 a. . system has peared, nnd 3.62 Crawford, Roy. 60 a. . . . ii diplomatic circles, to liberate been greatly otrcngthenoil. Is nllcgcd, was "Thlsi U my flrst testimonial to the 7.57 Coppage, W. M., 100 a Stliiardson. who it o?iIlily removed by Turks from the curative qualities of any patent 1.87 Duke, Wesley, 125 a, a duty feel medicine. 4.S7 Daniel, J. T., (C. It Daniel Italian Consulate where he had taken kind to lotI them It know of to manI'eruna. reJHge and was placed aboard a boat In niv estimation It Is th? greatest agent) 40 acres . mcll-Mii- " l)i)i ad for an unknown destination. on earth for catarrh" 13.93 Daniel, Steve, 100 a. . We have thousands of testimonials Minister also has The Foreign 4.96 Ford, Elbert, 55 a. Same of them tho Ottoman government to like Mr. Chaney's.year of suffering 3.95 Hall. Annie. 1 a. were cured after give public satisfaction to Italy for and disappointment In finding a 17.71 Martin. W. L.. 30 a. Hit- violation of tho Consulate. Baron remedy. 13.93 Miller. J. M., 130 a. . Send for free copy of "Ills of Life." K.umino, In answering an interpel4.96 Moxley, C. S., 13 a. Ohio. The Forum Co. Columbus. lation in the Chamber of Deputlen 4.66 Quiscnberry, C. 53 U a object to liquid medl-cinThosu who jcatfrday, gave the story of Consul 7.57 J Haley, Arthur, 35 a. cm no procure Peruna Tab- itiebardson's arrest, which already 13.24 Self. A., .1 a Jind been made public. Ho aded that Woolen. R. L.. 52 a. 2.D5 Stanor Cecchl, the Italian Consul at Hoover, I.. C, 5 ! a 7.57 White. Mrs. Nettle. 76 a. 7.50 Hodeida. who came to the defense of Hoover, II. B.. 40 a 1.52 Young, J. S., 65 a rile colleague was obliged to remain Hoover, Samuel, 40 a 11.45 No. aa liiifoni. 3.5S in Ills own house, which was watched Lee, B. P., 60 a 7.98 5.32 Barr, Herman, 70 a. for hevral days, until the arrival of Pendleton, Dr. E. B. 1 town lot 20.52 4.01 Clark, J. A., 15 a. the Italian coast guardship Gluliana Stovens, A. L., 3S5 a. . . . 100.10 4.96 Daly, E. C. 100 a. Mar-t- o :md the Italian armored cruiser N'o. 3 Went Hartford. 1.S2 Dodson, Mrs. L. V., 10 a Polo, which had been ordered to Brown, J. F 75 a 7.55 Farmer, C. D., 5S a 6.15 Edison, C. J., 100 a government Brown, M. W., 75 a JIodida. The Turkish 7.77 Fllback. Mrs. Rllla. a. .. 4.54 Ellis. Jim. 50 a In 'answering a request for repara-tioS.22 Goff, Robt., 100 a. Blair, W. N, I town lot S.33 Gordon. A. J., 1 t. lot deputies, Carpenter, J. C, 1 town lot . . 7.05 the Minister told the Havens, Mrs. H. W. B.. 12 a. 1.7S Hoover, J. M., 120 a jn'iil that it was awaiting information Davis, B. L., 75 a 14.27 Jamison. F., 50 a 10. 5S Jewell, L. L., 50 a and would adopt the necessary meas-ujo- s. King, Daniel, 1 town lot 4.S5 Kissinger, Melvln, 3.59 Jewell. L. D.. 52 a Baron Sonnlno concluded by Morton, Bessie 1 town lot . . 9.98 Kuykendoll. G. R., S6 a. 7.62 Mayfleld. W. II., 103 a. . .nylng that he did not beljheve the Ot- Ross, Mrs. D. C, 179 a 30.79 Minton, M 60 a fi.25 Ralph. J. F., 5 a toman government wished to share Ward, C. V 18 & a 6.91 Napier, Mrs. Kate, 7 V a. 7.54 Wiggington, W. C. 2 a. . Hip responsibility of such n patent Walker. B. D., 1 town lot . . 13.S4 Piearce. W. A., 60 a 5.62 Wcsterleld. F. D.. 10 a. . violation of Consular rights. No. : Beda. Perry, Ollie 4 a 4.36 No. at llurtlett Having heard Baron Sonnino's Benton, S.21 Park, L. T.. 157 a J. W., 72 a 13.11 Batrlett, Sam, 50 a th edeputies indulged inan Casteel, H. J.I., 1 t. lot, 10 4.32 Rayman. Jake, 62 a G.93 Fuqua. R. E.. 1S5 a. . . . enthusiastic manifestation in favor of Fuqaa, John S.. (W. M. HudRafferty. W. M., 27 a 3.58 Gossett, B. W.. 100 a. . . national concord in which the whole 2.58 Rafferty, F. B., 25 a son agent) 40 a 6.27 Gray, J. W 71 a Including the President, the house. 202 92.39 Stewart, Mrs. W. H., 115 a. , 10. a. 4.87 Haynes, J. J'rcwier and Cabinet joined, crying: Foster. John P.,50 a a Hoover, C. C, 6.9? Stewart, J. A., 73 a 7.57 King. D. R.. 50 a chain-lf- r "Viva Italia!" after which the Hoover, L. C, 155 a 17.89 Stewart. Harvey, 60 a. C.93 King. J. T.. 150 a adjourned until February IS. Ilor, Mrs. E. V., 1 town lot .. 2.95 Schroader, Mrs. Rosa. 60 G.49 Lake, Olden, 50 a Leach, E. J., 70 a 11.43 Schroader. Ibaac. 7 k-- a. .. 4.66 Rhoads, D. A'.. 123 a 14.01 Saubach, Mrs. Melvlua. 10 Paris, J. M., 120 a 2.29 Sharp. Bud. (J. II. Patten IMPORTANT NOTICE C. W. Park. 30 a 5.63 Taylor. Truman, 41 a. .. 6.S5 agent) 50 acres . Shown, Isaac. Jr., 62 a 7.70 Taylor, W. C, 160 a LI. 70 Westcrhcld. J. L., 95 a oc I .00 Tweddell. P. D.. 11 a S.83 Westerfield, J. H.. 97 a. Tweddell. J. H.. 100 a The Farm Agency of the Young, E., 42 a S.21 Wright. Albert. 23 a 4.96 Whittaker. R. C. 140 a. Wright, A. D.. SO a C.40 Whlttaker, C. D., 130 a. No. 1 Sulphur Sprlnss, Fire Insurance Co , of Ashley. H. M.. 50 a 7.54 Zlgler. Mrs,. Cynthia, 60 a. 6. IS Whittaker, S. L., 85 a Sartford, Connecticut, formerly Bratcher, Mrs. Mary B., No. lit East Heaei' Dam. No. a." 61a. 4.24 Heflln. represented by A. C. Yeiser, has Crlster. H. F., (S. P. Fern. a. 10.00 Chlnn. E. F 33 a Arbuckie. Watt, Agt.) 40 a 6.S5 Haley, J. H.. 12 a 3.96 Hatllcld, Carl agt., Hudson 'fcura transferred to me. I Also Fitzhugh, James, 125 a 19.90 Raley. Mrs. A. E., 39 a 4.03 Heirs, 73 a have the Agency for the Record Hoops, J. A., 75 a 7.54 Hatfield. Carl, Jr., 82 a No. 14 West Ileal er Dam. ing business in the following King, J. II., 128 a 16.60 Brown. Emory, 133 a 11.19 Hoover, A. H., 19 a Cooper. C. M 20 a 9.93 Heflln, Alex, 9 a companies: Continental, Hart- Minton, Wayne, (M. C. Schroad- er, Agt.) 40 a 6.16 Leach, Angelina P., 100 a. . . 3.68 Rlggs, Mrs. Mary, 201 a. .. ford, Aetna, Phoenix, and Fidelity Peach, G. M 30 a 4.96 Rhoads. D. S.. 1 town lot 8.22 Stlnglc, Oscar, 50 a 4.02 Woodruff. W. D.. 1 town lot. . 14.01 Simmons, II. C, 96 a tnnderwriters, which includes Peach, A. J., 5 a Peach, H. 6.27 No. ail Ccralvo. No. 15 McHenry. business written in all Peach, C. T., 45 a 6.27 Baize. R. T., 18 a W.. 53 a 3.89 Balls. Thos. F., 200 a towns in Ohio Connty. Smith, T. H.. 31 a. 6.27 Chinn, Solon, 114 a 29.44 Bishop, Ezra, 33 a 6.52 Clark. These are all old line Insurance Tucker, T. H., 50 a . 6.91 Bishop, II. E., 80 a J. M.. 125 a 6.27 Fisher, Mrs. Annie, 45 a Wimsatt. J. T., 35 a . 6.06 Evcrly, Mrs. Z. M., 3 5 a. Companies. Wright, W. T., 50 a 6.52 Hawes. Ollis, (Mrs. Igleheart. W. L... 3 a Fisher, I will be glad to have you call Young, Wm 36 a 10.15 Agt.) 1 town lot 4.93 Tllford, Emery, 50 a No. 15 Mugun. on me or I will see you at your 8.24 White, W. M., 1 t. lot Hibbs. Loyd, 1 town lot Baughn, C. B., 150 a 10.31 Jones, Thomas, 1 town lot . . 6.79 No. 37 Ft. I'lcaMint. home for anything in the Mldklff, H. C, 100 a 11.51 Likens, J. R 1 town lot 5.30 Barkln, Alice, 3 a Mldkiff, Rachel, 16 a 1.40 McConuell, Jas. V 1 town lot 7.09 Bishop, T. J., 70 a suiznce line. MidklfT, Leo, 75 a '9.91 McKenney, E. M 14 a 10.30 Cox, J. H., 5 a E. BIRKHEAD, E. Mldklff, Oliver, 3 a 4.64 Penman. Frank, 1 town lot . . 1.56 Cox, Roy, 1 t. lot Hartford, Ky. Sutton, Mrs. M. E., 44 a 2.29 Shields, Thomas, 1 town lot. . 5.62 ColTnian, J. B., 100 a Wosterfleld, I. C, 80 a 20.69 Yoliatu, Robert, 1 town lot and McClnrc, Sam. 1 t. lot Mice 'Phone, No. 66. Wedding, It. A.. CI a 7.95 75 a 9.81 Williams, Bert. 2 t. lots Piesidencs 'Phone, No. 41. Wade, Mrs. C. A., 75 a No. a 4.S7 .Various. No. 1(1. Center! cm ii. No. J Cromwell. Bolton. A. B.. 50 a Ashby. H. L., 90 a 7,54 Amos, Porter, 1 town lot 9.04 Ashby, M. L., 52 a A TEXAS WONDER. 7.0J) Blacklock, J. M.. 40 a SO a Baize, J. L.. 6.90 Calvert. C. W., 100 a The Texas Wonder cures kidney an 19.45 Cook. Julia Wade. 70 a 1 town lot W 126 a 7.52 Faught. Bros., 30 a bU.Jw.r troubles, dissolveb gravel, Borah, Oscar, 6.65 Condor, J. Harrison, Mrs. Naomi, 60 a. . 5.94 Hitl, H. J.. IS a Burden. Ellis. 50 a 4.96 imoo dltbetes. weal: tad lame backs, Butgess, Mary, 10 a 2.29 Heltin. G. D.. 34 a tnvuinatl3!ii, and all irregularities of 10.20 Harrison, T. D.. 69 a Klrhy. E. C, 86 a 7.54 Her. T. M., 1 town lot t)'o kidnejs and bladder in both mon Embrey, Postal 35 a 7.67 8.S4 Igleheart, L. W., 2 t. Iots.. 23.95 Livers, Wm., 40 a and women, Regulates bladder trou-bh- ii Havens, C. D., 1 town lot Ohcnchaln, Until, 49 a 3.5S Matlock Heirs (W. C. Bol In chlldien .If not sold by your Royal, Mrs. L. B.. 60 a Rogers, J. If., 35 a 5.30 druggist, will 6end by mall on re- Watt. Lee. 25 a 2.41 ton agt.) 16 a No. 7 Cool Spring,. Sanders, A. E., 50 a ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle Is Ross. W. II., (By E. WilO. I'., 7 a 5.62 two months' treatment, and seldom Chlnn. J. B., 55 a liams) 150 a 14.01 Willis. S.84 Willis, Estll, 29 a perfect a cure. Send for tes- Davenport, A. L., 110 a lailu to Rowe, Harriet E 20 a 2.11 4.96 Rowe, O. K., 1 town lot . . 8.73 Willis, Mrs. Vashtl. I t. lot timonials Iroiu this and other states. Miller, F. U 40 a No. ail Ralph. 4.87 Smith, Sam, 1 town lot Dr. K. W. Hall, UUliO OUvo Street. St. Tally, Mrs. L. A., CO a 6.61 Brown, Lovctto or Locretla 84 Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. 30ty Dudley & Groggs, (John B. Toolcy, Susana, 33 a 4.87 acres Wilson, agt.) 400 a. . . 68.82 No. 17 Kimillhoiis. No. 8 -- North Hoekport. Baize, L. B 1 t. lot LAND SALE FOR TANKS. Bard, Charles. 1 t. lot 3.60 Edge. R. M 75 a 1 t. lot; 60 By virtue of tuxes due me, tho Anderson, V. L., 1 t. lot . . 2.29 Evans, C. D., 50 u acres 13.37 Davlb, Mrs. Lucy, Sheriff or Ohio county, Kentucky, I Ellison, W. G 25 u 5.81 Evans, C. M., 4 a 9.28 will on tho llrst Monday in January, Baker, R. S 105 a 1 t. lot 3.97 Evans, Felix, 50 a 3.72 King, H. P., 1MD, expose at public sale at the Byers, Mervllle, , a Neal, Ben (Andy Neal, agt.) ,. 5.97 Foreman, M. W., 80 a omt house door in Ilarltord, Ken- Bycrs, John, Ys a 130 a 13.92 Flelden, Fannie, 100 a 11.40 tucky, between the hours of 10 a. Coleman, J. V 1 63 a Dawson, Jerry, town lot . . 5.97 Robertson, ',. T. or B. T Griffith, W. T., 1 a in , and 2 p. in., tliu following lands 2S0 acres 33.31 Greer, S. J 58 a DeWltt, Mrs. C. F 1 town lot 12.02 r no much thereof us may be nec- Stearsman, Ida M., 54 a. . . 4.24 Greer, B. F 52 u E. A., .'j;iy to produce the sums required, Graves,Nannie, 1P.town lot lot. . SOO No. IN K.i!t rordstille. 1 town Heck, Hondrlx, Mrs. D. A., 58 a. . . 4.37 v'i: Laytou, Mrs. J. R., 3 town lots 17.85 Aubrey, Mrs. Hannah, 75 a. 4.84 Moseley, W. F 136 a No. I Kust Hurtful d, 7.54 Mldklff, J. It., 12 a Naplor, John, 2 a 5.39 Baker, M. B., 50 a UenjiUt. L. V., 80 a $20.05 Overhultz, Mrs. Lou, 15 a.. . 12.23 Craig, G. M., 66 a 6.2C McPherson, L. W 96 a. .. 8.CG Ross, W. D., 22 a Fourth. Mrs. J. J., 25 u 4.32 Rhoads, G. W 67 a 6.23 Evuns, Melvln, 1 t. lot ;coper, James A CO u. . . ... d.62 Tlnsley, M. L., 1 town lot . . 4.85 Hedden, Mrs. Ann, 1 t. lot . . 4.24 Taylor, S. D., 90 a rny, J. Z., C3 a 7,55 Hines, Mrs. Ida.'l t. lot 1.56 Westerfield, J. C, 60 a No. 0 South Itockport. Jk'jjfJiaw, Henry, 2 a 5.62 Benton, J, P., 1 town lot . , . . 5.97 Hlnes, Ed., 1 t. lot 3.83 Wosterfleld, C. T., 50 a n, Feci It a Duty to Mankind, to Let All Know of My Cure. I prmJ a Pcruna Did It. - ej Chlnn, Mrs. R. E., 97 a. Hcrrcl, J. It., 1 town lot Robertson, W. B., 58 a. . ... . Robertson, S. J., 14 a Ross, W. C 45 a Shaver, H, 11., 2 u Southard, J. 1, 2 a Tlchenor, H. A., 50 a Williams, C. I).. 50 n Wydlck, It. D 1 town lot . . No. It) Sclent. Albln, J. It., 200 a. '. Albln, Mrs. Elizabeth, 30 a. . . Autry, M. F., 117 a Butler. A. F., 200 n llalzo, G. W., 23 a Daughcrty, I, 35 n Daughcrty, John, 75 n Daughcrty, X. E., 11 a Go ft. Leslie, 1 town lot Green, L. E., 25 a Havens, I) (Minor) 23 a . . Keown, Mrs. Edna, 75 a Miller, Geo. E. 40 u Pearson, Mrs. S. A 1 town lot Wilson. L. J.. 38 a Wilson, X. B., 23 a No. 1 Ilore Branch. Aw try, Mrs. Caroline. 1 t. lot Arnold, B. J., 100 a Crumcs, E. W., 52 a Ferguson, Mrs. Eloda. SO a. John II.. (Robt. Leach. Bratcher, agt.) 100 a. . . Morris, H 15 u Morris, Ethel, 15 a Park, J. T., 100 a Patrick. Mrs. Laura, 107 a. Stewart, James, 30 a Strlngfleld, W. II., 30 a Wonderhtll, Wm.. 137 a. . . Wilson, G. W., 160 a Xo. 12 Rosinc. Atchison. B. B., 3S a Austin, Mrs. Elizabeth, Casey. Will. 50 a Craig. L. C, 20 a Crowder, Almond, 7 a Clark. .1. D.. 12 a Dobbs. Mrs. S., 15 a 1 .... ... 13.92 Mercer, J. A., 1 t. lot 4.01 8.22 Pulllam, Wm.. 49 a 6.13 9.91 Rusher, G. R 13 a 4.45 5.62 Roberts, Will, 22 a 6.27 11.20 Smith, N. 11., 75 a 8.84 6.03 Whlller, Mrs. Oscar, 1 t. lot 3.25 7.54 No. Hi West Foiclsvlllc. S.84 Bratcher, It. P., 94 a 11.0.1, 10.44 Craig, Otis, 40 a 5.62 1 4.01 Ewan, W. K t. lot 3.58 Jones. A. C 267 a 23. .18 7.54 19.25 Murphy, J. D 61 a 6.26 1.65 Murphy, Ira, 45 , 9.91 13.S6 Newton, ('. It., 60 a SO u 9.65 16.45 Truman, W. C, 14.33 7.54 Whltlcr, C. II., 64 a No. at) Act nu tile. C.57 6.16 9.14 S. J. Hurdln, 70 a 11.72 1.52 I'rjor, W. I)., 1 t. lot; 1 a, 6.03 4.96 Skinner, W. C, 1 Vi a. . 29 6.71 Wedding, L 50 a -- . THE TRUTH!! The world will be for food. grab-bin- g 'K .... Now is your i 1 chance. tools Wc have the right ... ... 14.01 6.93 S.8 1 11.4.1 the John Deere line S.40' 6.3.1 10.14 S.S4 ' I i of Implements. 5.53. 10.63 4,2 2 29 6.26 17. SS Williams & Miller BEAVER DAM, KY. I . ... 11.43 S.61 11.49 4.32 8.61 4.21 f WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY AN ACCREDITED la... 10.13 ' 4.S5 16.03 1.40 16.15 COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL BEAVER DAM. KY. Training of teachers a specialty. An exceptionally instructor giving his entire time to this Department after Xmas. Daily class in ARricnlture. Tuition reasonable. Good, cheap board. Common school graduates get free tuition in High School. well-train- a, .... 14.91 7.46 8.S4 17.43 6.SS S.24 .... 6a... 10.65 10.76 4.56 7.66 5.62 17.38 13.36 S.26 5.7S "l"e: x-r-- x-i For Begins Jein. further 4--, particulars call on or address 1915 J. LOGAN STILLWELL, President. a... 4.96 IS. 64 4.96 11.19 .1.5S PAUL WOODWARD 1 HARTFORD, KY. General Contractor and Builder Dealer in Light Building .Material. Can .save you money on Cement, riuterln;j. Roofing and In fact, eertlilriK wlilcli Ke into n modern building. Concrete Silo. SEE HIM BEFORE MAKING YOUR FLANS. 9.62 S.21 9.65 9.69 8.07 6.91 f .... lie .... .... .... ... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... 26.04 Nail, Jennie, ', acre 2.00 4.96 Nail. Sophia, I acre 2.29 Barks. Alvln, 1 acre 4.25 17.6.1 Parks, Crlt, j acre 33.57 No. a Wet Hurt ford. o on Bahsett, T. J., ft t. lot; 1 a 8.28 Collins, Jack, 1 town lot 7.98 4.96 Duncan Wash 4.01 33.68 7.98 Grlftln. Wm.. 1 acre 6.27 4.96 12.71 Hlnes, Larkln, 1 town lot 5.62 12.72 6.67 Morton, Genua, 1 town lot . . 6.27 3.58 10.16 McHenry. II. I)., acre 4.32 4.32 a at 7.91 McHenry, J. A., I t. lot u.wv 9.91 Nail, Edmund, Y acre 5.41 5.39 2.29 i Parks Wm., 2 acres 6.27 4.86 ' Parks. Wm., agt. 1 acre 3.26 4.87 6.47 Taylor. Dan, t town lot 6.93 12.71 5.30 Walker, E. M., 1 t. lot 8.85 4.32 4.96 j Walker. M. W 8.69 4.96 4.96 No. 8 North Itockport. 8.84 4.64 Moseley, Prcbton, 106 a 16.79 4.96 6.68 Moppln, Ben, 1 t. lot 4.96 4.32 11.43 Reed, George W., 2 t. lots .. 9.0 L 1.65 Short, Winnio, 1 t. lot j 3.58 7.09 Short, John W 3 acres 6.27 4.87 3.71 No South Itorkpoit 8.84 3.89 John&on, Ben, 110 a 27.68 21.52 3.25 No. 1J1 East Reiner li.im. 4.28 6.73 Acton, Wea, 1 acre 13.15 12.10 7.09 Beard, Taut, 9 on 23.17 'Uorr' Wes- - 2 t. lots 8.40 .. 8.18 7 61 Gibson, Amanda, I t. lot 2.29 .. 2.95 I Hawkins, Ida, 1 town lot 8.61 .. 2.95 , Martin. Francis, 1 acre , . . 2 9 6.91 McNutt, J. It., I t. lot . .. 4.96 6.73 7.46 ,., (.ilill.r I.'rnnL- - Urt 8.75 .. 10.21 3.58 ! Sproule, Elex. 1 U. n. 2.94 .. 6.26 Taylor, Gaylon. a, , .. 13.28 3.93 No. 11 West lleuier Daut. 1.65 Dauzy, Dud, 1 t. lot 6.75 .. 4.07 4.87 Hlnes, J. W., 1 t. lot 1.35 .. 3.93 4.24 Maddox, Robin, 1 a 6.26 ' .. 4.32 4.87 No. l.T .McHenry. 8.96 Hocker, Vlg 4.12 10.59 118 acres 19.85 No. 17 Smullhous. 10J3 13.24 Bennett, E. L 64 a 7.54 Loney, L. B., 262 a n.43 No, :$0 Prentiss, 4.87 Moseley, W. M & Bro. 80 a. 7.46 Mrs. Moseley (G. W. Jolly L. It. Shultz. 2 a . 4.96 5,40 78 agent) 65 a 8.65 Omitted List. 3.58 No. 1 East Hurtford. 8.03 Patterson, C. 11., 88 a. . , 2. 9 Baker, D. it., 1 t. lot 3.58 Peach, Willis, 90 a i,21 8. 0 King, Mrs. Emma, 1 t. lot .. 6.82 Sullenger, C. B 2 a 1.21 Colored Lint. Laugley, J. F 1 t. lot 5.23 i.'2l No, 1 Kuht Hartford. No. 1(1 Centertown. 14.24 29 Mrs. Ida Brown acre 9.11 Golightly, Nancy, 035 4.15 No. ID W. FordsvUle. 8.84 Hlnes. Stevo, Y acre 6.1G Mason, J. F 1 t. lot 6,01 Mldklff, Ellen, 30 a 07 S. O. ICEOWN, S. O. cl 6.91 Mo&eley, G. W 1 aero . , . . 4.9C 6.16 13.01 7.34 4.64 9.16 8.61 10.13 Wade. G. T., 71 a Ward. J. C. 4 a No. iio lrentiH.. Davenport, S. A., 311 a. Ferguson. J. A.. 280 a. . Rogers, J. P., 20 a No. .11 Herbert. Bickett, J. H 83 a. . . . Hull. M. G., 40 a Hennlngs, T. II.. 70 a. . Hasklns. W. H.. 45 a. Tlerney, Mike, 109 a, . . . Thompson, Ralph, 71 a. . No. US Arnold. Allen. John, 50 a Allen, L. B., 50 a Ashley, Thomas, 50 a Carter. F. B., 60 a Duvall. II., 42 a Evans, John II., 50 a. Green. C. S., 25 a. . . Johnson, J. It., 23 a Maiden, Jesse, 200 a Taylor. A. II.. 15 a No. nil Render. Dowell. M. C, 1 t. lot Martin. R. It.. 46 a Stewart, Mrs. Rosa, 6 a Stewart. Oscar, 69 a Watson. Will, 40 a Williams Mines Amusement Company, 1 town lot . No. :; I Simmons. Beasley. A. W., 1 t. lot No. :t." Additional. Duke. W. T.. 125 a Reeks Heirs, 60 a No. tl(i N'on Resident. Elder, Alonzo, 5 a Elder, Mrs. Emma, 20 a Embry, M. L., 1 t. lot Eubanks, L. C. 1 t. lot Fulkerson. Mrs. E., 80 a King, Mrs. Anna Bell, 1 t. lot; .... ...... .... .... .... .... .... J .... I I ... , , i .... f A' ...... L