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REPUBUCANSMAKE EXTENSIVE GAINS DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ I per Year 5', HAllTFOfcD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FJRIDAY, NOVEMBER House pledged to tlio enactment of prohibition legislation when the State goes dry by constitutional amendment, November 1, 1910. 1915, No. 1$ lo Miss Nettle Taylor, who died In Texas, leaving a baby girl, now Mrs. H. K. Brown, of Hartford. In 1889 lie married Miss Ella Hudson, of Nashville, Tenn. Three children aru of this union Frank H. Gray, or Mississippi; Presley Gray and Ruth Gray, In the home. He bad been In declining health for mnny years an Invalid for seven years. He displayed beautiful patience In liis suffering and was fully reconciled to pass on, relying on the promises held out to faithful christians. He died at C o'clock on the evening of Oct. 29, 1915. I WILL FIGHT II S. ARMY IF NECESSARY to tho locality. Gov. Ferguson telegraphed copies of the telegram to Hrownsvllle, with orders that It be given wido publicity. mini SIDES CLAIM ELECTION War CliuiiLs Meet After I.T Years. Wlfo Nlayer Sentenced to It Years. . Two friends Wastilngti.... who had kept up a regular weekly Como, Italy, via Paris, October 27. years Commander Moves Soldiers Porter R. Charlton, the American Courier Journal Claims Elec Get Governors in Massa-chuset- ts correspondence for forty-fiv- e and had not seen each other In all who has been on trial here charged New York this with murdering his wife In 1910, tion of Stanley by 4,700. and New York. that time, met In Mitchell, of Ow- - to Attack week. One Is C. II. was Monday condemned to six years ensboro, and the other E. V. Dlggs, an'' eight months' imprisonment. 'of New York. Mr. Mitchell, who Tho Jury found Charlton only Troop Trains The Louisville Herald Claims Xetain Majority in New Jersey prides himself on thu fact that he Passing Mexican responsible, and that tiler; was the first Kentucklan to become a wcro extenuating circumstances. Through Texas Angers Morrow Will Win by SubHouse j and Elect Majority Owing to amnesty, Charlton will member of tho Grand Army of tlie Re Dangerously Wounded by an Ua- Leader. V days in public, went to New York to visit serve only twenty-nln- u stantial Majority. of Mayors in N. Y. known Party. companion of other days, soon 'his I n "Tiit Will Tnti lietter encampment of the Charlton under the verdict benefits j , after the national dy," of Heaver Dam, was struck and re(i. A. R. camo to a closo bore. He Douglas, Ariz, October 31. Gen. ly tlio time he has been under Tho gubernatorial race Is still in Overwhelming .defeat of womnn distinction as a private Francisco Villa began moving Ills straint and in addition a year is tak- doubt owing to the closeness and dangerously wounded with a rock or parage in Now York, .Massachusetts served with brick while driving down the hilt nfjil Pennsylvania; election of Dem- in the Twelfth Kentucky Volunteer troops into position tonight for an en off tlie sentence under tlie amnes- heaviness of the vote. Just beyond tho I'ltlpps residence on Cavalry during the war between'thc attack on Agua Prieta, Sonora, op- ty for all offenses committed before The Democratic headquarters the Leitchfield road last Sunday ocratic Governor In Maryland to sucand although he took part in posite here, regardless, lie personally Italy entered! lie war. claimed a majority of 20.00 Wednes- night about S o'clock. ceed n Republican and it Republican States, Even though he was greatly pleas- day morning and sUice then have score of fierce engagements in Ken- declared, of what the United States Oorernor In Massachusetts to succeed a From the best information obtainescaped with- may decide to do. ed over the, verdict of the court and gradually come down to 2,000 to gain of one Republican tucky and elsewhere, a Democrat; able he and another party were pass1 out a wound. During the close of necessary fight tlie viewed with pleasure ills approachwill "If Representative (from New York) In ing through Haytl and had stopped the recent encampment Capt. W. P. United States army assembled along ing liberation from custody, Charl( (ingress The Republican headquarters claim In the lllllng of four Pierce, of I.eesburg, Ga., a comrade tho border," Villa asserted, after ton maintained his usual restraint that tlie Democratic figures are pad- at Uazll Lawrence's "shack" and afand tlie close contest for the ter starting home, and at tlie point passive attitude. He ded and erroneous. not seen since the Ken- hearing this afternoon Jor the first and almost They say both governorship In Kentucky, with the whom he had tucky regiment, in which they both time the American Government had thanked , all those about him for by wire and thru the Louisville Her-al- d above mentioned, a brick or rock Democratic candidate leading on was thrown by some unknown parmustered at Louisville given permission for Carranza to their congratulations. that Morrow is undoubtedly electretuniH, were features to- served, was the transport troops from Laredo and Charlton said that after his re- ed, but refuse to give out any figures ty, striking Tate in the back o fthe reunion at in 1SG.'. Their day of the elections In ten states head. He was brought back to Dr. Oxford Hotel here was one of the Kagle Pass, Tex., to thu lease he would return to thu United until they are absolutely certain' of Riley's Tuesday residence. After first aid States uiul Join his family. Hefore their claims to a majority of 5,000. features of the encampment. garrison at Agua Prlcta. In Now York the proposed now treatment he was taken home where I went to however, lie said, he would "Soon after the war, Four of these troop trains arrived departing Frauds are charged by the RepubStaje Constitution was rejected by a Keokuk. la., to take a position in a tonight, bringing the total fighting visit and personally thank friends in licans and evidence of crookedness ho remained until Monday afternoon itjorlty of approximately 400.000. wholesale grocery." said tlie Owens-bor- o when, on the advice of his physician men of tho garrison commanded by Como who bad by their kindness on the part of the Democratic hench wns tnken to T.nnlsvflle to n.flfwe- New York denied woman's plea for veteran, on tlie eve of ills de- Gen P. Klias Culcs to approximately lightened the hours or his captivity, men has been produced in several be the ballot by a majority of npproxi-i- i parture for New York. "The first C.OOO men. iast to have an operation perform especially Ambassador Nelson counties. and ntely 200.000. ed. person to' extend a welcome to me on j Thousands of spectators witnessed Page, who as the representative of If thu ballot boxes can be kept unsufvote against Massachusetts' young fellow ( (lurInK Ull. aft(!rnooii the ilrst shoot-name- d tlie American Government lias scan touched until my arrival thero was a after the official count Frank 11. Posey Dead. frage showed a majority of 132,082. Dlggs E. V. Dlggs. We got j ,MK nc,,,nl f tjlu attack to occur that his legal rights were observed. the Republicans predict a victory. Evansville, Ind., Nov. 1. Frank Pennsylvania's returns were blow to be very good friends, and for a Schlacca,. the presiding Huron ncar e ))0rjt.r Wl0n ., horseman, Judge Slack and C. E. Smith are U. Posey sixty-seve- n years old, lawIn comltiK in. hut Indicated that the year and a half wu shared the same lH.iluve(1 t nilVu ,Cen a Calles spy, Judge, before the case went to tlie returned winners over Rirkhend and yer and for many years ono of the v ajorlty against suffrage would be Jury, asked Charlton whether he had Ringo by 7 or S room. He knew my hopes, and fears smiaCnly broke away from the Villa hundred majority. best known Republicans in the First i than first llgures Indicated. Ks-- i and ambitions and 1 knew his. We colllinil aml racw for ,j8 nfu ain,i anything to add to tlie dofense. With This Is a signal victory for tlie Re- - Indiana district, died yesterday at nii'i s based on Incomplete returns were great chums and wo are ; ghower of hulletts. tears In Ills ejes, Charlton exclaim- publicans in this district as it is nor n)8 h,mle t Rockport, Ind, after an forecast defeat of the aiaendnient by chums still. When I left Keokuk to j ed: Sovurnl of tile villa soldiers went mally 1 to 2 thousand Democratic. illness of several .lavs. from r.U.000 to 00.000. entirely to Italian Justice. "I trust return to Kentucity my menu uiggs ,u ,)Ursut of shooting rap- Unomcial returns show that A. C. ' i.0&ev 8ervt.d a sUort term la Con- -. Tiiiemany Hall triumphed in Now I solemnly agreed in write !o(Itllv aH 10V urKIMl tIl0r horses for.! 1 can only say that 1 am a most un- - Porter is a winner over Riley, the ami ' Kress from thls district, having been iy In tin- election of a Diseach other once eacli week until we wanl( ,,m tla. Hll,,pose,i BI,y reached fortunate man." Republican candidate for Circuit cicctea t a speckil election Jn 1.S89. Attorney for the first time in trict HothUhe prosecutor and the co'un mat was Jonj- - . meet again, should by 23 votes. ivleta nunarently uninjured. Ho ln;ulo altogether four races for ifteen years, the Sheriff of New live years ago. He has kept Ills part stirring Court Clerk, " Uruwiisvllle. Tex., Oct. 21. Un-o- f sel for the defenses made Congress and once was a candidate orlv nunty and a majority of the pact and 1 have kept mine. t,x,icrl0ll nRlitlng last night or the picas, the former for tlio imposition the isepiioiican in miofor thc Ucpublican nomination for )!i . oi Alilernien. of a heavy sentence, and the latter, inc Nearly letters have passed bo- r United States troops County. of Indiana Governor Democrats apparently elected tween us In that time. And those t.onlo and. twice iTlif of Signers Gataneo, Mich- In tho campaign which ended last S0UBh, to bu United States Senator. ,lroUK,llt the border section, which composedPicardi. for acquittal on tlie ri Governor In Maryland and an letters wore not merely formal notes. pasr thruc llU)tls ,.IS JCU elli and Tuesday, tlie Republicans made a Stale ticket, besides a majority They iro records of our respective f()r (ho ground that the prisoner was Irre- clean, honest, decent, respectable For SUVCral years he was colioator of )(1?(lt wh MrxCi, ,andlts, was ort i.,,..,. Stito Legislature. l!i t' and failures and of "r )owt,,i JV an orderly Sunday with no sponsible when the crime was com-- j fight. There were good, live, red- Two v4rs ago lie moved to Mi Mssfppl, tlio only oilier State ex- declared that no I have preserved Joys and sorrows. who Republicans worked porti Several months ago he started 8UHclon tonight that there might mitted. Picardi i' i "itueky to elect a Governor. could man in Charlton's condition each of these letters. Home of which Iwi trriiilitii urwili faithfully and untiringly in every sec- - a Uepubllcan newspaper at .Owens-tlo- n u as usual, Democratic, Demo-r.i'i- c 1,e responsible for his action under are now yellow with age. and my inThe strengthening of the military of the county for thc success of ii0rn,.Ky., but retained his residence Vhe. only opposition to the an-mw tention is to have them bound. guards was done so quietly that few the State and Judicial District tick- - ln xtockpovt. He is survived by his headed by Theo-ijor- e tit in cntl ticket , ,,.......1 . Porter Charlton killed hl.s wife "When Mr. Dlggs learned that I T llie lll.ll .lH IHIHILIIUHIOu .11.1 thelr villa "on Lake Como, Juno 9, ets. They felt that there was some- - Whlow. threo daughters and one son. G iilHiro was made by Socialist ' was coming east Tor the first time midnight. being taken until after thing worth while to work for; that q, candidates uunifiintcd ly petition. years old and she and perhaps tor me last nine, as ne V(A A ,, commandant at 1910. Ho wns 20 POXD RUN. the records of the Democratic candi-- , In New Yorx former Congressman many years Ills senior. At tlie time and I are now old men he urged M the tendency of state volllces and tho princl- Rev. Henry Drown is conductinff tVilllnm S. Dennett was elected .In me to visit htm In Now York. And j,,or, ltr(nVMi marriage, she. was Mrs. Ne- dates for jt,.xcas to violence after Saturday of their Castle, a daughter of Henry pie of the third.terni candidates in a great revival at Simmons. Large tiiu Twenty third district o succeed so am going to see lilm. II. n(.ht juiiicatloiis caused the strlct- - ville the district offices and tho prlnclplo crowds attend services every night. b tlio late Democratic Congressman, ' .... II. Scott of San Francisco. Charlton's n.nlnli In I... nut n 111 lull Oil Mrs. Willie Rowe and baby were of third term candidates In the dis- 1'V l.iHll"lll'"VM( IIIIIVII I" (ioulden. llonnott is a Republl-lifed-- i Is Paul Charlton, former at Williams Very Disastrous Tra ,.M Inatlfloil w. f.iinctu " It was reported, however that ad- - rather1. ..!.. f ,1... HL.Ii.1., nf ln..i ",vl j!i....- - tlinm 111 ,lilltllo nil tliev tlin cii.i.i" nf ...u. T?nivn nnretlts. r v Itopub-llcait- b Republicans will succeed Mines. 'could to see to It that these records Mr. and Mrs. Luther Drown, near had reached the military vices in the Thirty first and Thirty-sixt- h , The Williams mines store and the ' j and principles should not receive the Hopewell last Sunday, thorltles that Mexican bandits would ' congressional districts of residence occupied by Mr. Guy Stnte-le- r, attempt raids on the outskirts of the' t'larlton and his bride wore on ! Carrie am encouraBement or tho! Misses Simla Robinson, district and tlie Twenty-fourt- h b.v nearby, were both destroyed t,,0,r Jjoiieymoon t Lake Como when , city. The Increased guards at nU Russell and Margaret! Tomerlln vis- of Pennsylvania. ' 'fire about 2::',0 o'clock last Sunday leading Into the city were main-- f " Those who were leaders in the cam Red Mr. Jake Southard and family fH New1 York Republicans retained morning. The fire, which started in roads n lle tnrew om,)' j -' tonight and probably palBn havo no causc for personal re- Saturday afternoon. They went their" control of the lower house of tlie store, bad gained such headway tallied again " " """' " "' gret because of their activities. They thru the mine at Simmons and re- night. 1 the Lvgislaturo. although tliey lost when discovered that it was impos- will be kept on duty tomorrow Charlton fled from Italy and return-They also elect- sible to save it or any of tlie con- Lansing; Asks Mexicans to be Quiet. ed to tlio United States. He was ar- went out Into tlio country and made ported a very pleasant visit, one Assemblyman. jilss Ruth Graham was the guest Austin, Tex., October 31. Reprebest fight they knew how to ed a majority of tlie Mayors chosen tents. A good portion of tlie housewho nhe landed at Hoboken the make. They met with a strong, nc- - j 0r Miss Eva Fullon Sunday night, sentations to the do facto government rested In cities of the State. and immediately confessed. hold goods of Mr. Stateler were Mr. J. A. Toraerlln who was sick tive opposition on the part of tliei of Mexico, urging an Immediate InIn addition to defeating the suf- snved, but badly damaged. , Democratic leaders. Tho best of per- - j hist week Is now better and Mr. H. crease In Its vigilance along tho bor-frage amendment by abtiot 200,000 ( The loss of tho stjck was about ' whero bandits are said to have Farmers' Institute Nov ember intli sonnj feeling prevailed on both sides m. Ross Is slowly improving. vbles tlio people of New York repud- ($ir.,000, with ?9,000 insurance. der, ami Kith raiding Texas throughout the campaign, and out of Misses Clurlssa and Lizzie China iated tlie ney State Constitution Il.oss on building about $.1,500 prac- j taken refuge after The annual County Farmers' Inst! tho wreck of battle there Is nothing were guests of Miss Maggie Hunter of which tically covered by Insurance. Loss ranohes, have been inado by the b.v a convention drifted I Secretary Lansing so tute for Ohio county will bu held at left to those who took an active part j Friday night. Kilhu Hoot .was president and for ,on dwelling about $2,500 with $1,-- i United States. Ferguson In a telegram Hartford, Ky., Friday and Saturday m,t n feeling of good will and good There was preaching at Hopewell which Mr. Hoot had conducted a vig 200 Insurance. The origin of the Informed Gov i today, which also requested tho gov- Saturday night and Sunday afternoon orous speaking campaign. J fire is unknown. As tltere had been -bv their new preacher who will bo ..ia. in .itiil.ifivnr tr, ullnv nirty nie General Assembly of Kentucky has ' I Samuel W. McCall, tliu Republican no fire in the building Saturday made provisions for holding these Death of Mr Hen F. Gray at Heaver,,, nnstor for tho coming year. Ao will Bitcceed David 1. Walsh, u was first though that tho store hart' I .ft""1- institutes free of cost to the farmers Mrs. Itettle Hudson and daughter as Governor of MassachuDemocrat, um; ui ni-neon iiurgiarizt'ii, uui Hen F. Gray was born near' Nlch-- , llnnto who nav(, m.en Bcj are some Secretary Lansing's telegram fol- of Kentucky. setts, won by a plurality of 6.GG3. the safes were found open and the silTho State Department of Agricul- olaiivUle, Jessamine county, January oetter ,t present. lows: The. Republicans retained control of ver money Intact, this Idea was prac"The department of state would ture will furnish three Stale Lec- 23. 1S4L Ho was the second son of, sinBlnff ,8 progressing nicely at The Republicans tically abandoned. tlio Legislature. tures on farm topics and a lady lec- William Gray and Elizabeth NVw--j very greatly appreciate your uu. The clus.s practices every returned to power In Philadelphia, Mr. Stateler, manager of tlio.storn with the view of quieting bor- turer upon household affairs. E. C. man Gray. His only brother, Pres- Sundav afternoon with Mr. Addio Thomas R. was absent, where their candidate. having gone with his In tlie district of Martlndale, Wilkinson, Ind.: D. M. ley Gray died in young manhood. UobPrtb0a a3 leader. Smith was elected Mayor by 7.r,000. family to Howling Green. Ky., Sat- der conditions Measrs, rjsear Howen. Charllo Hrownsvllle. Tlie department feels Kllsey, West Hartford, Conn., and Ho lived a short time In- Carroll. In New Jersey the Republicans urday, there- in tho assured that a solicitous word from Miss Margaret Renlck, Charlton, la. county and enlisted 0rant aml Hcstlio nowe. with their Sonators and two gained two State the-agof IS. re8pective families, havo moved to you to state and county officials in Thero will also be tho following lo- Confederate service, at Special Notice. mombers of tlio Assembly and will x effca-cloHo Joined 4th Ky. Cavalry under . unols cal speakers; W. W. Hrowder, that district would prove most All Sunday School Superintend continue in control of both bouses of II. Gens. Wheeler and John II. Morgan. u.,8 a)l como out aext In allaying race prejudices and Henry Leach. W. H. Rhoads. We j, ents In Ohio county, of every denoml the Legislature. conduct, Travis, E. G. Austin, It. W. Taylor. and served more than two years. Ho Tiu.8(iny umi elect Ed. Morrow gov prohibition was reject- nnllnn arn renllPSteil to meet at Hart in restraining Indiscreet Statewide June, (,rnor t)f icentuclcy. Cynthlana. would Wutt Taylor, J. Ellis Mitchell!, Arch was captured at 0. ford Uaptlst church on Friday. Nov. .which the department believes ed in Ohio by a majority of Trom 18C-1. and wns taken to Camp Mor- res- - Jones. S. F. Whltely. ,10t ho Id"lH'd i If ofllclaU and to! 10,000. IiBt year the amend12th nt 10:00 a. ni. remaining there Marriage license, Roth men and women nre cordial- ton, lndlnnnpolls, niany'lnsta'nces 1 can't send you idents realize tho responsibility they ment fas defeated by S4.1D2. The "hi Farm-lif- e cloven months, until he was honorn-- j ua- - Hawkins,. Hartford, Route 2' Republicans elected Mayors In Cleve- a personal Invitation for I don't know ure unconsciously Imposing upon the ly invited and urged to attend. of the I to Earsloy Mllburn, Hartford Il 2. in alllts phases will bo discuss- bly discharged a! the close government by failure to land and Clncinnattl. Charles Mllroy, your post office, but If you are a Sun- - national . piummer, Heller, Ky., to you want to grow better war. Soon after leaving the service' Mayor of day School Superintendent, or have give consideration to tho seriousness ed. If n Progressive, was chosen crops In a more economical way. ho romoved with his parents to Ohio Annie Mao Smith, McHcnry. been this year, you can't afford to of tno situation. Toledo. Ky. F. W. Crawford, Heaver Dam, it. "Tho do facto government of Mex- - study your own Interests and help county nnd lived near Cromwell, The City of Toledo yotcd against a not lie present at this meeting. , ico been urged Immediately to develop the State. Come and bring West to Texas In 1878 hoping to be 3. to Mary B. Stewart, Heaver Dam has year street car franchise We'll tell you why. twonty-flv- o I benefllled. After romainlng there u ltouto 3. "'"fH Increase Its vigilance along that sec- your neighbors. J. b. IIAUGII. and will take over all lines controlled McClclon Clark. Fordsvillo, Route This meeting is held under the di- fow years ho returned to Kentucky so that tho raids tion of tho border . Toledo Railways and Light b the ' Agrl- - to care for his parents then In feeble 1, to Lula llland, Fordsvllle R. 1. from Its territory shall ceaso and also rection of the State Hoard of For Knle Farm. Company. and . health. Ho came to Heaver Dam In 120 acres on to direct the officials and (ho res I culture of Kentucky. - Attend .. nnn cnod farm of C A proposal that tlio city purchase Money to iauii. many years was active- OweiiBboro road, near dents In that district to eschew hos- - help make tho agricultural interests ' 1885 and for ., .,. .,.- - -- .i' tlie local street railways was rejected Hartford and . . D,,nir r,iiinr in tho iievelonment . iv nnrami in tho live stock business. I On good real estate, ror panic-., .....- ... ... . .i-- .. r or tuny lowaru. Aiuericuuu iu iuu wm, Hcda. Will sell part or nil . In Detroit after a bitter fight. - -- u. There was not a man dhut of the Sthate. .m.1 nr.lerlv conditions ti.nt non-of- nl W. H. PARKS, Tho election of members of the terms set business circles In the entire , J, W. NEWMAN. I In may prevlal to tho mutual advanc- P. II. WOOD. Hartford, Ky Vrglula General Assembly will send county He was married twice, first ICtf Com, of Agriculture, tago of both countries, and especially Hartford, Ky., R 3 -- vbeavy majority to tho Senate and lCt4p AugaPrieta. I ! pnt-tial- ly 'V 0. . 1 ,. ,,,, ; - - j ) , 1 t , I cn-ti- . Rock-blood- ed ' v m,,,.,,, 1 Ja-tjo- n. . , uu-ij-- "" "" - New-Yor- "" ,!,,,,, """"' I ' : I i it." ;,. -- .(! J 00.-00- , ' .,. .- . . -.-. "'",""- " KnRlnnd it Lst London, h September l'roictloiilt tho war .1began . vnif- - iron o Buonasu " -- Ule - f rcMon Kngland has suffered (,1m. iu .. -- I...- ,.f 01 eio ui ( ll m""i 1!lt mortl of Ul0 glass "" " Protection, ". sem - hoi-if- l producer ample . ,,. , courageously cast aside . mere is no iuc i blenco of preserving the Free-Trad- e that any attempt will bo made principle ami gone In frankly .ui cles to repeal these taxes after the war. ! rotectlon. They have come to stay, ami there . r true that In the budget which will be no more like them. The was Introduced in Parliament Inst rate of course, may be varied as the experience points the way, but the nlcht by Reginald McKcnna, Chancellor of the Kxchequer. the list mml)cr of nrtlciL.s on the list Is sure of dutiable articles Is short, but the U ,)(, cro.l8(,,i. The only reason Important feature of the now budget ()iU um, woololl manufacturers ,.,,,,,,, thi8 tllH. wa8 out Is that the new taxes are purely Pro- werB lf)t , ,,,,.,-.- , inll f(ir Mr. McKenna announ- tectionlst. which ces that his primary object Is to exports these articles to Mritain. check the Importation of the articles Whcii aUer (le warf 0crllli,ny tries scheduled, ami U Is clear that uy to send us cheat) woolens, she will rovenue which may be brought in Is n undoubtedly find the door barred secondary consideration. No more against her. Piolectionlst speech was ever made If the taxes prove to be revenue than that In which this former Free-Trad- e producers, there will bo a popular1 minister Introduced the Tariff demand that they he extended for' Body section of the budget. tho heavy Increase in the income tax Tills Is the first time In the his-- ) wm make Engllslunen realize as nev-- i whole field sport do you find the like Nowhere else in tory of Kngllsh taxation since the t,r ,eforo the hariVmip and incon- -' Remintfton-UMC- . public opinion in favor days of the late Mr. C'obden that an venloiico of this form of tax. For import tax has been imposed without nstaiico. the mail who earns SL'.fiOOi and the most loyal tothe nnns and public opinion This Rcminjjlon-UMat the same time the imposition of uu K yeir will under the new rates have yours. ammunition that give him the service lias been growing for nincty-niu- c -equalizing exercise tax on the com-i- t piiy $210 In Income tax. Tho $lfi- 1'arlly is it due to tlie neliievcmcnts he knows he ought to lmve. ' petltlve domestic goods. Thus, when a.wwk man will have to pay $1C, in the design or of Ilcmington-UM- C He it is who is holding up the hands Imported tobacco is taxed an equal);,,,,) the man $12. The dealer making construction of Anns mid Ammunition. of the Kemington-lWlexcise duty is placed on the home- - jm.OOO man will Imvc to pay the Hal Hull Murk of liemmgUm - VMi Hut buck of these achievements stands grown leaf. When a customs tax I.h 2,fi2ri, and the $300,000 a year' the fact that your American is the most Hie Sign of Sportsmen's Hendiuiarters imposed on Imported sugar, home- - j ma $170,113. In addition to this. practical-- in iled sportsman in the world in your town. grown beet sugar has to pay an equal tilc C03t 0f everything hi's gone up. duty to tho excise man, and when j a,i s lively to remain high for many by j foreign brandy is taxed, home-mad- e :l inK ,iay after the war. in whiskey comes equally under the Im-- 1 JOHN S. 3TKUM-3- . post. This time there Is no attempt o Arms-Unio- n Metallic Cartridge Co. Remington to rob the home manufacturer of the , (;,i,Mi Household S.tlve. Woolworth Building, 233 Broadwny, New York City advantages of the tariff, and it is es- 0rdlnary ailments and injuries are poclally siguilicaut that ctery one of i ; is one mot themselves serious, but infection Ctcan and oil your tun with REM OIL. the items on the short list tomJtr Soltunl. Lubricmnt, Rutt Fravtntmtt being seriously aucctedor low vitality may make them dan, which was by foreign competition, and the man- - gorotis. Don't neglect n cut. sore, ufacturers of which were clamoring j bruise or hurt because it Is small Here is the lKt of Ulnod poison has resulted from a for Protection. articles on which a flat rate of 3:5 k or .scratch. For all such per cent. Is imposed. liuckleu's Arnica Salve I ' aliments Motorcars, motorcycles and parts excellent It protects and heals the , thereof, cinema, lilms plate glass, i hurt; is antiseptic, kills infection and i clocks, watches, musical instrument, ' prevent.-- , dangerous complications. hats. The case of motor ears and (!ond tor all Skin Dlcmishi-- , Pimples , cjcles is especially interesting to Salt Ithetim. Ks7oma Cet en origiT orfi Americans, ius it is chiefly American nal your 23c box from goods which will be affected. In Druggist. 2 nil but the cheapest grade of cars . Ilrltish manufacturers before the Demand a Ileal T.irilV on l.unilx'r. , war were able to hold their own the busker in the same manner as Wonderful I'ariu .Machine. There is a verv nronounccd scnti- - and thus uive us si consensus opin- against all comers, and there was on- - mfsM Thousands of larmers are about wheat or rye Is fed to the evlindir amonB luml)ermell throughout Ion. ly one make of American motorcycle the United The North Carolina pine people States that a real Tariff bap i i that operates the threshing in.iclil.n extensively sold in this market. Im- must be placed on wood goods at tho are complaining that spruce is in- (.empleting I'l' harvest of a As the .stalks mov along, the e.iis crop in llerkr County, I'enusxl-vani- are separated by means of i: mediately alter the war began the next session of Congress. rollers vading their territory throughout all government commandeered for war Corn has always been the ami smal extensions on them the There has been very llttlo said New Kngland. purposes the whole production of a about country's staple crop, but this year cobs are husked ami full on a carthis which has gotten Into The shingle men of the Northwest number of the best known Uritish print; but from the mutterings and have very specific and pronounced is an exceptionally good one. The rier which removes them to a h- makers of cars and cycles, and a rumbling and grumblings that have housing of such a crop requires la- - standing wagon. The fodder is In views upon this subject. question has given the little later most ot the others were come to tho Lumber World Review ,mw,tIIU. cut into small pieces One source of Information lias bor. and this employed in making shells and other in the last fornight there will be a farmer so much trouble during the a,i i,ow t ,,i.r apartment these thoughts to offer: munitions of war. Of course this great many things said in the imlast decade that he has welcomed r ,hoof ,l0 harili or sometimes Into shingle inventive genius, with new farm ma- Canadian First. The meant that they had to drop out of mediate future which it will be necft bJ)0 nearby. These buskers easily manulacturers, owing to the removal ehincry, wherever possible. All klndi ,i0 ,no the market, and advantage of this essary to investigate. wori f t.Kj,t lm. with the of the Tariff and lower labor and of g fact was immediately taken by Amerand husking niachtu- - assistance of three persons. A four-er- y Itellectiug, as wo do, the lumber ican manufacturers, who began to thought of the country In manu- living cost, are able to undersell are taking the place of hired help rou u,.,ker husks In American-mad- e shingles of similar pour their goods over here. The facturing lines especially who used to harvest with the old 0f an jlour a four-hors- e load of corn we are 'oods are excellent and a little cheap anticipating a very lively Tariff (lis grade. corn knife; while men and women. on tho talks. The corn thus husk-boy- s Second, llelng able to produce er than English machines of corres- cussfou during this fall and n inter; and girls, composed the husk- - Cj s sufficient to fill the body of a ponding class, and the Uritish manu- and anticipating this condition we shingles of similar quality at a lower ing parties. These soon have ih e wagon, At the corn comes facturers at once saw that unless have asked the lumbermen of the cost than the American manufac- give up their frolicsome work, and j from tMe niachlne It drops Into sacks. something was done they btood to Culled States, pretty generally, to turers, they are able to pay more to step aside for the corn husking ma- In this maner there Is hardly a kerlose not only their immediate trade speak their minds upon the subject the wholesale and commission man chine; for the harvester-huske- r Is a nel lost. for marketing their shingles. tint their good will in the future. wonderful machine. Third. Hundreds of wholesalers Strong representations were made to All 1'as.v, Pleasant I.un(le. Inventors of farm machinery have and commission men are therefore been i.xceptlonally busy the last few per One or two of Dr. King's New I,if the government, mid tho 33 pushing the sain of the Canadian years cent, tax is the result. It will more perfecting a machine that Pills witli a tumbler of water at shingles In preference lo American would not only cut and tie In sheaves night. No bad, nauseating taste; no t'ian equalize the American average shingles of equal grade. They have the same as a binder ties wheat, r,e belch In g gas. Co right to bed. Wake after the war, ami there Is very little erroneously led the American retail- ami oats; but they have at last com- up In the morning, enjoy a free, easy chance, that it will he taken ntf or ers to believe that Canadian shingles pleted a machine that husks fairly liowel movement, and feel line all lowered for many years to come. are buperlor, price for price, to the well. After the husking another ma day. Or, King's New Life Pills are The imports oT motor cars and cycles and parts thereof Into this country in Tells How She Was Saved American product. chine cuts tlie fodder into shreds so old by nil Druggists, 3G in an origiwide- Kourth. the lirst eight months of tills year by Taking Lydia E. Pink- - spread beliefThe result of this Ingles that it is ready to feed or place into nal package, for LT.c. Cet a bottle that Canadian sli enjoy this easy, pleasant (nearly all from America) 'were tlio llt. As the grain cradle had to ' ham's Vegetable jure superior to American shingles Is give way to tliu binder, tlie husking laxative. L SUfi.GGG.GOO. that thousands of American retailers pin lias to go on the shelf or In the Compound. duty on cinema films of which , The of ItCJICOII laid" li7:t lmvo debcrted tlie American S 1,220,323 worth tanner's tool house and let Improvwere Imported in i I. . . I'. and are hiijlug the Canad- ed machinery take Its place. Louisville, Ky. " I think if moronuf-ferineight mouths of the ear, is tho first made with Calumet H.ilciinTE Whereas it has pleased the grand Powder. women would t:iko Lydia E. ian product, not realising that it Is Among llerks County's sclentillc alt-chioily at America. directed Mother never had W s VegetaI'mkham not necessary to send their money to farmers is Hubert William Ileflner, Architect of the universe In his In- mch wholesome l)!.in;',s until Most ot our impoited films come ble Conoun(l they Canada in order to get the best M wlio determined to taboo the con- finite wlfdom to call from earth lo she used Calumet. lrnm the United States, and domestic would enjoy better shingles. "It's Calumet tutcty, uniformity, B stant bugaboo, "scarcity of help" and eternity our Brother Clms Carnes produces have hem very hard hit I 6uffered heal Ui. The lumber world relew dislikes to install every new farm machine who lias been one of us lor many pnritv, cttcntli.tlut males cvervhik- - m by their competition. America will from a female trouAching hearts and loving hiS turn out n, .t lint rs milliont He has, 011 years. ble, and tho doctors very much to handle and question of that should come along. rlim be affected to home extent b) of liimiL'uhcii'.iVinI'oudcrnioacy. m a political cast, and certainly never several occassions cut his own corn hands consigned his body to Us ever' He fair to jourscil uc Calumet." hadu the outy on clocks and watches, of M J decided I Rrowth would touch tho question of a Tarifl tumorous Received lllcheit Awards with a corn cutting machine and lasting resting place. Now that lie Is M which the imports amounted to ond would have to (m lumber or anything else political husked It In lino stylo with the new no longer with us: Art jii in l 'tiii Lau, in the first eight months of M bo operated upon, - except with the longest pair or lie It lesolved tirM that in the buskers. The modern corn-cutttills year. Itoughly, about half of but I refused as I do longs Imaginable but tor the fol- works on the same Idea as the grain- - dentil of llro. fames, Deacon Lodge these goods come from America ami n tielieve in operaa the other half from Switzerland, and iioiM. I twl faiiit.uir Sibils, bloated. lowing reason: Our client, tlie Amer binder. Tlie coriibtnllc is taken from loses faithful member, his wife and to the place of bind- - children a loving husband and father Kngllsh makers have been compelled j smd could hanlly utand the pain in my ican lumber trade, seems very much . U0 cutter-lii- r re- - 1,.., ., 1,- t nireix-- naukpil Into a bun " ml we, ieellng tho los, loin with . tor jears paM to watch their trade 'ft side. My husband insialcd that 1 bent on demanding this Tariff vihlou, and If there is anything tho '" urruw at hi uulimcl) ,,y ;l hL,rl,.s ()f cMiXiti aflur Whicli lliw dwindling, almost lo vanishing point t7 LyUIii t. rntlmm b .VH"1"1.;' Compound, and I iim no thankfu II did. American lumber trade wants tuiK,Jlw MiriiK Is wouml aromtd. tho Iciiut l,Ml" The tax on musical Instruments u I for I am now a well woman. I sleep paper will endeavor to help to get It, ......to UIWi the sheaf of corn dronned. Second, That wo ixtciul to his directly protectU.- and is also the , . ., , h,.KmMt ...i t .ku for. in all conscience, the American ,,Is ,ull. ,jlown down ,,y family and friends our hearttelt bm 0 corl, lirst move In tlie trade war on tier-- l inniwllf Tn..v,.r full tinmla. LvHIu many which is to follow the war. H l'inMiuni'd Votfxrtublu Compound foe lumber trade gets little enough at nir.ulia or ht,,lvy S0rms or alns. the path and remind them that our loss' Is hi gain and that he has only pas., is ray good health. "-I'l Helically the only musical InstruJ. M." Ituscii, best- - and if It want to ninko 11 working of sucli 11 corn-cutton lumber Its first choice of 'In ,llogt 1K.rfl)Ct nd proves Itself u In- ed to the reward of all faithful Odd ments Imported into this couutr) llW0We.it Broadway, I.ouUville, Ky. nelTner made heverat Folio Wb Sines vr cruuranteo that till testimo door sports' for the fall and winter 1)or.b;lvt.ri aro pianos Ironi fiermany. Tlie Third. That a page be tot aside In u,r-savliproblem. cheap piano Irade In this country he nials which we publish are genuine. It ii wo are certainly wllllm; to assist. It t,,8(a lls ,., B. d the.se resolutions Wr to Bupntwo Uiat if Is up to the trade. neighbor cut I mlr '"''0o"",'K !llo tuid Ills and his fore the war was almost entirely elglitoeii rown of corn li the old l"'lct''1 mereon. A copy he tent to the 1 ,n Cerman hands and shico their method, whicli took n half day. Then lanuiy nun a eojiy he sent to our liciwuo of Clieap Siib.titute.. pint was btopped Jlritlf.li makers. In I1V th, r worn m who aulferimr m a In these days of keen competition they cut in tlie game time thirty rows county papers for publication liplto of tlie war, hae been enjoying , jjk0 manrur? A .1 WAKKLAMi a prosperity such as tiny luo not, If vm n.s-il- l lo not iirst'Honi untJ! It is Important that the public should exactly us long, with the now ma-se- e W. C SMITH, that they get Chamberlain's chine, thus saving 40 per cent In known for eir.s. They uro anxious un operation but ut on: vcvusdcy, SAM JAMKS. I!. I'tiikliam'a Cough ltomedy and not take bubst time, that tills state of affairs should con- take Lyii.i f'oiiimltiee lutes sold for the sake of extra prollt, ; The busker works equally well. tinue, and the government lias ,.. 1. ..,.. WriUi (o Lyilia K, INiildnwu ' Chamberlain's Cough Itemed' ban One mall feeds the cornstalks, cum CIII((4 llf lll'lll ii...... lUllu. ,00(, th0 u.st and been approved and all, to the muchino as they are , The tux. on i;lu.i is aUo lunl ,,"l0,v(CO.iHileiit:.il I.yjiii, Chap and bin cunDaklnr; Powders do not FOR FLETCHER'S 1'rotectlvo and is (halgued to create j J,mim r more than forty eam. Obtain- - handed from a wagon by nuother Uy a suvuyou money. Catumetdoea-it'al'u- fc ui , person The sheaves are uluccd iuto ablo everywhere. Since alll . h:ltl su mduMry In thii couutrj a:c.vi cou'i:avaLV. and Ut Mipctijr ta sour milk and tctU.j 8U,,rcm,,B , ,:: iik" ,.,.. sk lAHS lBf! L the Deliberate Choice of the of American Sportsmen Great of the of of the stronu C sE I "nm wrm fer In 0 , U C - m Sold your home dealer and 3095 other leading merchants Kentucky J ( ( i p!u-pric- )& I ' Arms and umiivitioiv -- a. ,,, ;, iff? Cani Resis- tI corn-cuttin- three-quarte- two-hors- 1- -3 WOMAN REFUSES OPERATION I J y niiinu-facture- rs K o ' . 9 u, a Vs : -- - 1 .1 ,,, I ( I - Mrs. ( j nt ,,, u: ,,-- XAPX 1 11 l;yi , .1 I m, ., ,...,, Children Cry CASTORI A wrmetxcLji. ZtZEX GERMAN DRAGOONS PilfjfOGnAPHED 8V I Select He Torn In BELGIAN SPY Plaid IMtKu , . i-wr- SPi 4 &. fe ST A ''?' Jr. m &&&? t."tsir1ecar &LJztievimt 2ffitj&,'&im l mMAr7&2&w zwm&&ttjjBm -- ClUtltlK At thin tjnio of your white wo are ltnrvestlB the KutitucVy corn rrop, ano which promised to he n Mr one VTSSJ :rH'AMMPil A? SftftfS . IO .".',; ,.;,,:,,:: , not lorcot "-"- . ","1 --;- !! . ." je.ir'i u Idle Funds Represent I Lost Interest If jou had a machine that oii rotthl operate at n ood profit d.i.v In and day out, would jou not count as a Iomb tho time it Mood Idle? Your money Is a pood momy-inaklnmatlwio. Invested in our cert I (lent is of deposit r on Mivltip account, It tarns interest every day of thi week, uviry week of the month and every month of tho jear. Hemetnlier, we pive you absolute security and, best rate of IntertM. pi o i ( 4 i nxiKTlmmt Station. Tho common method of election haB heon to p.cl. out ..,, ,lf!R,.,t u,u. "... ( . w . 1H.1 ' ' ,;'' M'W HJ irf ? " Til "'Wf ". AT.ai-.,!,ri. TV m NAJIIV. tll "i' wm,i t.rt r - i ri'vsj& i1 t - . a" ) a t. fi ..JftJWt. lun ' -- 'J ;, , ftrf-ASflWis- - nrwv ij ''. A. WK' K . i.t. crl,) cars. '" ll,u !,i,r,, Tills ,in" i,,!k we m ct lioil hut. Mici.rnl " nli. '. 4 biaBssssbaSasaffis 1'hln photiiKruiili, uhlch wtiM made Inslilc the Ccrmun lines h) :i ftlmwH n ('etnehtm-n- t of (lermnn tlniRootiR en route to retilaec Rome of llin lmmtlii. Metnltv Their inoiiiito haw ln-e- left hehlnil them darlns llelshm illicer nniied with a nitm-rjthe worn out nun In one of the trcncln a , V Hi I i ALLIES LANDING TURKISH PRISONERS J-jii8S- 'lm H ; i R x h.1 &ffl. "XsHStj&Sj tlfVMlBSjlSi! . I .3M;mmimMwmfMm .IttzltfSWssSLri$h ,W1 r BSbrf5?ipi 1 i i t . f l t. l L l .' i , lSSOSKSKBa i xZilVAJiiS&"iSbtA3SiAJi-.i?xZ'W&&ji ijiTitoriasTrs Bi n sj&r rMts fvw"5i'jiu.ikfc-'- j .yi...?Mi . " ZZrk& Ja&SllP'fiM T ,inuot tell what an ear of corn In point; to T yield by looking at It. as it l.as hew. proved that whut wti have roti .Idered J? flfiufpn lilf n)inrn.lfftut I In dlmu i.tn has no direct effect on jield Tnt'pl.ict t to nelect the beed ram If in the field heforc cuituiR, mi that we can not on-- j ly holcct thu detlrahle type of oar that' nulls our fancy, hut wo tan t elect from the desirable plant which producer the ar atxl which will Rive us a better Indication of what the ear Is S3 in likely to produce. The. lare., well formed ear selected from the crib may no't yield as U much as :i smaller car selected from the Held In cause the large uir may have had the best conditions for Its development. There may have been flllR nm. Uftlll iini lilll IliaiVUII III .... .. ....... j.v. .Mil lnofn.1 .r i two or inrce, or it been on an espec iull fertile spot. In selecting from the field, the he i t Ion shouhl be made from the hill h k" ,ics,r- m,n,!)er hill, are r ""- - delect D P !'" "rs that are placed at the rl8l.l & i JcctlollH. In the first you the plate, ;. Central Trust' Company Cor. till anil I'redcrlia. KNOWN IOVKKYWIIKltU 0- - HastaoaSKSEESSEBQaGEPJssiHieEaaHa;-:V M'OOil ELKTON, KY. e, a the KAI'K actl ItKI.IAUMntAMC ? ! iderbilt Training Sdiool for Boys Will liclp parents develop their sons into the bes-- t type of citizens and (JhrittiiHi gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, theie-forreservations .should be made early. 1'lace your son in this select j;ioup of hoys. Write m m Eg U o,,r s li ri H hi til Ill peciallv if frozen heforo lry, than .7? iU a. otlitr factor. Particularly lb this true in a ear like this when the corn is sappy or has a biph moisture r .v rr3A t t S''ww!- f mMmrw nf in rrTr'j;,rracrKtMiBBfjiiK y content, and when we have a wet fall that retards maturity and drying. If the corn is to be huiked or jerked from the standing stalk, go in and pick the seed from tho desirable plants before frosts or freezes come. If the corn Is alread cut and Turkish Foltlicrii taken prisoner by the allies on (Sal Ipoll peninsula behiR lauded ne.ir one of the tamps for in the shock, the seed should be taken from that which is busked before captives. winter, and stored In a dry, well-ve'LADY GIRD" GUARDED PARIS atctl place to dry out. HOPES TO GAIN ANCIENT KINGDOM Regardless of the method of he- lection, the seed should be dritd out well by storing in racks or by banging it up to as to allow a free circu-latin- o i of air around It. When corn tffWy lt); v iot. I, ;. r avKTaw w. CJfrV nri?SKiJ-rv"- ? is drj, the freezes will not Injure the germination but if if! is happy or con' Ml f tains much moisture, the vitality of the germ is often killed by freezing. 'IPS. i " lV' lly selecting tho seed in the" fall and properly drying and storing, a strong even germination is assured in the spring, but when corn is picked from the crib in winter or spring the germination is likely to bo very poor and the seed of low vitality. rriar &5ivl?l rZPtf ,a ft "'-l8E3RS&!- W iWBSEmi&PJK&SsrYV&'i Mffl'vVr,?,; rs. NuT7f ,v SeD - r...jrrsagkJSg,...rrJyrw:- ZT T J tww-tz- iJ.W f" ,J ZZZ '"'l' "-- Bermlnatlon of corn is a ffected by slow, Imperfect drying. es- - m m pi 1 2 MSTHENEY EBgg?S3B Gl ft n - 51gRiwgvTgBHro r For catalogue and information. BTTS n Box A. F.I n El H B3EBlEa0SIlEEiiD55ES!HI!HMEii!aMKtf D Li El '"" """Bh Reducing the Cost Upkeep ox lPB ii;'"i-ww- -iii s iwai2 3F5iKB f - A' ii wm Ball Bsaring; Long Vtrin(; THE INSTALLATION cf 5-- 9 CASTOR En I A For Infants and Children j4tf iaPassBSauW Aid..it teWarftsSTCifA-i-fi- rr tj ....JvxiWi".&CKWi-'--- s ' ai i. t - fcUiLJr c A u .t.& t Always bears the Signature of Use For Over 30 Years L. C. Smith fe? ros. I ype writers invariably followed by the discovery that the bills for ribbons are much, less than before. A large corporation recently found that its ribbon expense was cut in two. Thi3 is not an accident. It is the result or the mechanical construction tnat makes the Bros, cheapest to maintain. L. C. Smith is jffi$& -- - w&meMF& i? """IMvl . t . n .imMWOTMU-Liillip,- .. .m ... j.4 T.t"1a'EViv. ! ,1tfrSjn Z w&k'. JS' o- P 1 sgEJoeaiiimiEgB ftws "' Sslli i linwi ? rM' P i is- fi II Hfeffc3U-- . DorttirV Olllce and Dwelling for Sale. Wo have listed lor sale two acres good ground containing doctor's office, dwelling, all neci'ssarj 2 wells water, 1 cistern nnd orchard. Splendid location for physician. Xono within a radius ol flvo mllw l'nsy terms to rich ,,ar,y- - CnH 0 or addrc UAUNETT & SON, Agts , Tic ball bearings give lijjht touch and elimlnnt; pounding impact. Tli ribbon is actuated by tin: carria);:, not tbc typtfbar. The ribbon mechanism is automatic, to that the ribbon reverses at the the end is reached and without added strain. Jn-et- ant Hartford. O- .!5 Ky Low ribbon coot, low cost of maintenance and the highest efficiency L. C. Smith DEMONSTRATION Abd'jrr:i7zak, the of tills photograph. Is a descendant of nn undent Ilelcuc Dutrieii, twenty-five- , king of Ilotau In Kurdistan, who In 1202 was defeated and captured by tho Turks. He has been secretary of the Turkish enibasb) at Pctrograd and i I'retty and polite, world's champion X master of ceremonies at Constantinople and Is now In tho military service of airwoman who helped guard Paris from air raids In tho early part of tho czar, hoping to regain the kingdom of Union. tho war, has como to tho United Stutcs to lecturo on tho uso of the ueroplano in war. Sho was decorated BIG GERMAN MILITARY TRACTOR by tho French government with tho ribbon of thu Lesion of Honor. Patriotism tItcI sssas thee are guaranteed to & Broj. users. TOR THE ASKING the war loan, since she had no othor money. She explained that this book was left by will to her mother, who. djlng, gave It to her. "Anyhow," sho added timidly, "I French Dry Cleaned and Tressed In a Superior Manner. would llko so much to help a little bit." Send us your Garments and Have Tho clerk took the book and disapThem peared. After a while he came back and with him his superiors, Including CLEANED CLEAN oven tbo president of tho bank. And then they broke it gently to her that Packages called for and delivered. tho book dated since 1S36 and that therefore the $18 umountod now, with THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB Tho other1 day an old woman came Into a bnnk In Trague and nand,ed to the clerk uu antiquo savings book, which showed u credit' of $48. Sho We nsked uhethqr this would'servo for MaW Her Wealthy. Kor Sale Cheap. We havo a '" aero lot near and Simmons mines to offer at A good two 1G foot room a bargain. house, barn Miioko house nnd good well of water. One half mile of church nnd school house. Would mako a fine poultry farm. .For terms call on or address. IJARNETT & SON. 4Stt Hartford, Ky. . Mc-Iicii- ry C. SMITH & BROS. Ilr.nlo 114 Main TYPEWRITER C? CINCINNATI, OHIO. Horn OfJKt anJ Fectery. SYRACUSE, N. Y. in AU Pr.fctifal Citw. Street era Knock the Spots Out of Things Ladies' and Men's Garments Mil Fifty-flvo SG loca- ! When in LooisvillSTOP AT - t i typewriters tions explained by Moving Pic- Seven big Shorthand, Bookkeeping. Telegraphy, Steuotypy, ExMuulc, I'rlmary Normal. pert teachers. Modern equipment I'ofdtion assured. Write fur catulogue. ture machine. ECKERT'S 5th Avenut ! Hotel 1 Daviess Co, Bus. College I I FRANK ECKIlRr, Prop. . U. ECKRIiT, Mar. ?1 Up, I f Mostof thoroadB in Russia being very bad, tho Germans have built these lant tractors to haul their guns and ammunition and supply wagons. never bavo known how rich she was. " JLtL, A. Ivi Null, Prop, Incorporated OWKNHUOUO..KY. European PI? 1 fr llARTlXmD, KENTUCKY. H.4A KnMrtil Republican. to liiw lit ths I'mtofflra moll matter of th Mcond t made The Judge litis been dofenlod, , It "ANTIDUMPING' .leans, In describing tt process, Hartford, Ky., did not use the word ''Mumping," does not become tlio editor of The tlM. but his description suggested every Hartford Herald to call nnyetor n ' aa point sought to he VoWrcd in the & Proprietor "cnmpalRii crook" or ti "llnr How an "Americanism" Was C. M. BARNETT, Editor part of tho Canadfan customs law ti Jugglor with facts, nnd n suppressor Ik un adept. nbovo quoted, Which was enacted In of tlio truth It Adopted as a British ProtecAddress all communications to 1007. Although U.B ,w ,,oWll nttcnipf nt tll0 P,ov. American Protecrfc Hartford Republican. tionists strongly resented the dump fl ,njMr0 tho rcpiI,nl,0II of ( h()(ir tionist Party Slogan. " " ing process, they rarely met It by dl- .Indue Slack by Insinuating that he .. NOTICETO SUBSCRIBES rect legislation of tho sort adopted of a I)lBtll,ory AttorilOJ. tarWIlUKC) houses In Commerce Report, No. 230. pub- by Canada preferring most' of the was not "crooked." That was nice lished on Octoberl.lOlt, thu nailer time to divest their Tarlfls of nil re- rnnt. LiirnNnml Nutliw loo nor line nml V tallatory features, planting them-- 1 llndnrw cvan (?) politics. will iliul an article entitled, R . ilminl j (wrtLoforra.-hT)l(? uPraj,j writer of the article Legislation." It begins with nelves on the proposition that Pro-- ! toctlvo measures were desirable for l",r" referred to. should soak his the statement: p,riin. .n,.o.v in, i,iv ,.,... thu promotion of domestic Industries for i.tvIv frrc. tmt otinr head In some convenient rnhi barrel, chnnh .'ntiii In view of tho Kenorul and wide. nilrfrtlfniHnt,lV-.erlliii'although in defending their position nvcn aj the risk of RettlllR Ills Sta- - spread Interest proposed legislation InonymuuH romiuunl win w rewm- - nu, . ..t.1,,.1 nnrt nfnrn" to prevent what Is popularly known they did no) fall to Justify high Tar(Untlnn or upside down." His temperature as dumping, the llureau of ForelRii iffs on the ground th.it they were la entirely out of chord with this land Domestic Commerce has prepar needed to prevent established Indus cool fall weather. ed the followliiR general Ktctenieiit , tries In older countries crushing out LS3 C uml: orlaa. i. The election Is now over and we on tho legislation in Canada, South prospective rivals in undeveloped JTa.rn3.ora' ' know the people are sick and tired Africa and Australia. In Canada countries by underselling them, even of It nil. Before the election, The illlaw and regulations though Idfis was temporarily incurred FRIIUV, XOYKMIIKH 5. Herald promised for every vote for are made a part of the customs Tar-lit- " In doing so. In a few months, If we care to, Stanley one mile of Rood road. He and their administration a part of 'received 2,200 votes In Ohio county. the work ot the customs vo Inrty celebrate the centenary of a ' For President 1016 nulliorltlvs. CHAIILKS W. PAIKUANKS, Now we iirpc It to Ret busy and som-- , It then fcors on to quoto section rt wp'Oech made by Lord Hrougham Indiana. of ply with its promise. This paper of thu customs Tariff of Canada, which outlined what we aro now callpromises to do all In Its power to which after n fashion, e.pla ns tho ing the "dumping process." In 1810, In the effort. ( practtso which our Uureau of Com- In the House of Lords, he said: Woman suffrage seems to have help , it is well worth while to incur loss ir merce says is "p6p'u'lnrly known as a s.nag in the Central and i struck upon the tlrst Importations (by Brit-- 1 S ftOVS The P.'esidcnt and the Sugar Tariff. dulnplng. This section reads. Eastern section of the United Slates, If the Washington reports nro ir- In 'the case of trtlcles exported to tali agents In America) in order, by1 difa nuiti'! i in- - riixiitui is animus m? Canada of a class or kind made or the glut to stifle In the cradle those twiuft t hjm nun i; ii,.,..ii vjlf ...n.in.n .uiiliii. un, rrpinlinB the supar Tar-- f, produced In Canada, If the export or rising manufactures in tho Uniten ,"Itl" .such as President Wilson received sugar actual sellhiR price to an Importer States which tho war forced Into e. in Kentucky and his homo State, New aiid now tliiuKs that the free Jersey, last Tuesday will put him out ptwtelon of his Tariff hill will have in Canada be less than the fair mar Istence contrary to the natural course to be repealed, and duties restored. ket value of the same article when of things. of the running In 1010. HnHing his position Is not new to snll, ,.,- .,, ,. Ibis was widely reproduced In ' .., ..., tills country, and was frequently re- - yj ,,, Mr Wilson: he has done that on t r Mr. Our farm Demonstrator, try wfcenco exported to Canada at the ferred to by American writers on M Browdcr, has proven a valuable asset nu ny nueatlon. It appears in an article J At the time ihe free sugar pro- time of Its exportation to Canada, Protectioi to Ohio County farmers, in many ways this year and has proved him- vision was put In the administration I here siiall, in addition to the duties on the subject published by the Chroself Jndlspcnsfble. Wc hope he will Tariff act no one wanted it except otherwise established, be levied, col- nicle in August, ISSr., written by tho j the President, but after a compromise lected and paid on such articl" on its author of "Protection and Progress," be retained for next year. ' postponing the full effect of the Free-Trad- e importation Into Canada, a special and the method of stilling American provision until March of next duty (or dumping duty) equal to Industries recommended by HrougWe have. placed tho name of President Charles W. Fairbanks year, the President forced the meas- the difference between the said sell- ham was then referred to as the at our mast head for President in ure, upon his party majority In Con- ing price of thu article for export and "dumping process," perhaps for the Uy all fairness 191C. he should gress. The Treasury deficit so far the said fair market value thereof first time. In view of tho fact that intimahave the solid vote of Kentucky In this fiscal yer, only three mouths. Is tor home consumption, and such spe the Convention next year. He should more than $35,000,000. A loss ot cial ,,mv (or ,ilm,ing ,,uty) ,, ,)0 tions aro thrown out of high governhave had It in 190S. We were for some $("0,000,000 In sugar duties be levied, eollecfed and paid on such ar ment olliclals that there Is to be leghim then, and we are for him now. fore the fiscal year closes would add ticle although, it is not otherwise islation against "dumping," it may bo wise for Protectionists to consider that much to the deficit that will dutiable. The title, the opening sentence and whether they should stand idly by It does not look much like return- have to be reckonul with. The Presideii ptruck at sugar in the fact that tho IJureau of Com- while antagonists of Protection at- - r ed or returning prosperity when Brad street's t October 9 reports that in the same way that his party in its merce attaches Importance to the dls- - tempt to steal their thunder. They 1 the wet fndinr wiili '.hat date fhro poiicies striKes at tne most oi Amen- - semination of Information concern-ca- n are also called upon to consider . i. ! Lrfo industries, but he was particu-- 1 illK 'Mumping" suggest that the wonl whether the country will benefit by siX were t0!J business failures in liir .' un against 27C for tho larly Insistent. It has never been ex-- j is not as ,,0Iinriy known as the substituting for a symmetrically Uultnl States, previous week and ou'Z, 311,273 and plained what good was expected to wrlt,.r intimates, and that its use Is Tariff designed to promote American which would 212 for tho cocerspondlng weeks of result from free sugar, or even from as likely in the near future to attract industries, a system Noth1914 to 1911. An Increase of nearly tho reduction In duties on sugar as much attention in this country a cause international friction 3W!2S3W!Sn 50 per cent, over thu failures In the which began to take effect after the it did in Great Uritain when Joseph ing could ho better calculated to set corresponding week of 1911 Protec- Tariff act was passed. It did not re- - chamberlain first employed It in U them thinking on the subject than inquiry into the working or tho dump tion period can hardly be consKloi--c- tluro tbrt. cost to the consumer, any imperallstlc campaign and ....: WAR icufQii!'---''b-r- . war in hP than the reduced duties i ' tliu slogan of the Pro-fre- e Irg process; and if they attempted to as r.n evliltnct of great businoss Vy ! Lu I f"t,nv' "' nCW u i :,Ui i admission of other articles did, toctlonlsts who accepted his lemUr-an- d true" the origin and development of benefits aicMitng from a Free-Trad- e i unin iijis operation i the use of the plirjse succeeds in it demoralized sugar cultivation ship. Tariff. Ins mobt anxious consi b in the United States. Mr. Chamberlain did not originate promoting such an inquiry its object me uorerintipnt. Hi; Mond.ty. 1lit. t v. til have been accomplished. has come to see the phrase; he borrowed If the Now that the election hi over, lets it from treat (Serman tieet ilid not i t. Tin- - i'..ili.iisi(. Pirot, the ky will not "Protection and Progress.' which was get behind tho Ohio County Good that his Tariff tluorles all show lt fa whpre it coui.l i. it NmIi, Is low In full sugar, and that the published in 1900 and a copy or 01 iluN'OTICK TO Roads Association and help build work out as io locked; that tho Cirmmi', I, i.t Hulgarlans, and with it fall the some permanent roads for Ohio coun- duties of that commodity are a nee- - which was sent to him later by the KHlned a fool of xround in ti.. ' hi essary part of tho Government rev-- j author, and which was duly acknow-enuety. The President or this ? required by the bw. tho t:.x.Kor to "'" Swum" war capital In- - aluco April. why not restore the duties on ledged. although .tho distinguished ry Other places lying near the Dr. McKinney, is one of the liuiem must nwi.t ihn Rlwpin nt t,l. S',VI Tn ' speaker Ulvor nr' reported to have been tlio many Protection ntjiioliunionts :.n.l i,nr tiw.i.- ,.v Ai" best citizens of which tho county can all imports to the point which g.ivo a surplus in its speeches made by him in no Instance so In tlu Kast and West. Tnri er boast. So arc all Its officer and the Government this roivud we are required captured by the Invading Auatriana after moving spirits. Tlicy hnvo elroady Treasury until the Wilson udmlnlu-- 1 referred to the source from which he to garnishee and Germans, indicating that the ad- - four big battles are racing on fir orjevy unpaid poll tax. 'eastern front In tho Riga and Duns!. accomplished much. Much more is tration act went into operation to derived tlio arguments freely employ-creat- e I or one of my deputies will moot 'l""".""b ""l ,,con HO H1(),v a8 mi,,t - ' oil by hi in In his attempt to show a deiicit? The working halm to be done. Wo should not leave it the you at tho following placis Indi- - "" ""Tr,;" '""" lue recent rcglona, and both sides are cl.ilmltii: In tho West lightuir all to these men. They need our as- mice in the treasury today is down Itritish Cobdenltes thu error of their Austri.uis and Germans are the advantage. Saturday. Nov. C Cromwell. Me- - rfc'orl8,a,so n,"vl"K heavy forces against contlniuw but llm nnxaReinents an oi We must get out of tho to about $40,000,000, and disappear- ways. Among his numerous Illustra- Henry. sistance. Kr''KU'-vatz- . inud. Other counties are moving up. ing at the rate of somu ?1.1,000,000 tions was one upon which Williams, the Serbian munitions a minor character. There Inn hi en Monday. Nov. S Arnold. a month. Two years ago when a Re- the author of "Made in Germany," no letup In tho Italian theater, but Why not Ohio? jMn.nghold. Tuesday. Nov. 0 Select. publican Tariff act was stJU in oper- dwelt at length, and in elucidating Vienna reports that the Italian of Wednesday, Nov. 11 Narrows. ation the balance was $11'S,000,000. HON. I'P.AXK 15. POSKV. that author's arguments, the phrase WeM. The French fensivo has fallen down. Saturday. Nov. i:!Pnr,kvin., Ii""1'" KaM Tho fact is the Wilson Tariff not "dumping process" was frequeiitlv In the death of Hon. Frank I). Hermans in the Artols and Clnm-- 1 Simmons. ! as " Protective iwiasuro. used by Chamberlain, Posey the coun'ry Iokob one of Its ""'' and it was aro flghiim, Remember six per cent peunll v. ,!lKllt' rcK1,,llR Thiirwlfiy. which was intended but it miserably sjR"diIy adopted. beat and most beloved citizens. He Interest and cost will bo added lie- -' ,lt,soralt!l'. "d hoth sides claim sue-- : Culm.! Stnt4s. -- Copies of tin hi was brilliant and eloquent far beyond fails as a revenue measure, which The use of the word gave rise to ceniber 1st. Please nl "mereni points, but hiioIi don't wait till so admits a defeat. The Germans in '" American note to Greni Urn: In Ihe average mm. As editor of the wjs not Intended, hut Is. tho inevi- some amusing comment. On the hist dny. Champalgne attacked over ftout of rruti'tlns; nffHlnst Interference Willi Owonsloro New, the now Republi- table fate of all Democratic Tariffs. occasion of a visit o London, tho S. 0. KKOWX. S'.erlff Ohio Co. .! "euti.il dipping will be hand.d flu .... is not duo to tho war. writer was informal bv one of tlio This iiv.. .,,n. can newspaper he did very offejthe i.m Uv " "i mi' lumiri' i.i.i,k :"r " """ Pn ,,PH work during the recent eiiupalgn and U bad been demonstrated before tho editors of the, London Telegraph that hill. v.ero repulsed with heavy losse,. Z U ," Utt""1 "':" "" hi place will lie hard to fill, lie was war came on. and will bo still mom purists had assailed Chamberlain lor Resolutions on Death or .liiilge .1 P, according to Paris. They succeed. iihiiu; mile contains Home sli.,rt Miller. m reaciung the Kiunmlt of tho lull. kind and generous, but an enemy of completely demonstrated sifter the employing It, because a vulgar mean- P:l ST.il Rl.i. wrong. We vi re proud to number vir rhwes. If that nien'-ur- o The members of tho Ohio county The Geimanii. on their part n continues ing attached to It In ICtiRland, annoiitictt lirnud Wl'itloek. tlio Anterln" Ml" It is not the kind of leg-- I though it was sintmrentlv unknown to Par and olllcers of the Circuit. Coun the capture' of a French posit hm t- Frank. Ii. Posey among our friends. ,. III . . ., . lt r to IlnlKlum, has aimonnci In-I uAn ot or at least not recognized by tho dic- - ty 1111(1 IlliartCI'lv' I'lllirlx. Ill n .'Mil ti.mllmr Ho has spoken in Ohio county Iblatlou suited to either tho needs !,-- '" un " AriUlfe. .Hi will return to the United Ktat u.r n nome years ago anil was billed to thi Government of the people of llonury makers. While tho British meeting, do resolve that we sincerely; 'lueutlon. Ill health Is given regret and deplore tho death of speak here during the Into campaign, this country. lexicographers refused to recognize Tuesday. if tho sugar schedule is to be it, those of this country have douo so. Judge James Pendleton Miller, our but was prevented by his fatal IllSet bin- - Krauguyovatz ..ri.i,. changed, what reason Is there why "Dumping ground" Is defined In the associate, who served tho people of chief nenal, Is in the bauds ness. of the other schedules should not bo for Century Dictionary ns "n piece of mm cuiiiuj Pcaro to his ashes. liuuiuiiiy tor eight, ;. .Man mareU iw, south trom J(.. Kngbiiid. Criticism of the ton eurs as County Judge, from 1S98 to tlie same reason? It would give tho ground or lot whero earth, offal, rub- whPe fr. . the Nortlwi ) duct of tin i war. of eensorshlp and a COOIi OFF OLD ('lltL. Government tho revenuo It requires bish, etc., aro emptied from carts," 1906. and. who during all of suidi.Yu and n.iv, t.f . . - .Ger'"r,n suggestion that Asquith bo rcnrAed The Hartford Herald works Itself and permit lifting tho additional in but tho definition is followed by V. timo dealt with absoluto Justlco to'i.n.: Mulgarlan ann'-i;i.,o'i, for bis alleged nilslakea were voiced aInto a frenzy of Indignation over the, ternal taxes which the administration S which implies that its use was litigants and all others having buslt jv..i'y pushing i tluir v- -.y in. In thu House of Lords ychterday. article, In, .last weeks Republican en has, Imposed on our own people in confined to this country. ni'M in his courts, and treated tho i:.i h.i.gdom an. drav. ,4 i,.hi',.r ,(l() "JUdgo iJirKneau anil the taxpayers, order t.o extend tho benefits to for-- It The writer of "Protection and members of this bar and tho ollicersirlng about King Peter's soldiers Franco. Ry a vote or Til5 to 1 calls us a "crook, campaign liar," elgn manufacturers. Progress" was familiar with the word of Iht so courts with tho greatest re- - Tho llulgarlans have captured Hola tho French Chamber of Deputies and and other like complimentary names. anu it semmea io uo an appropriate n"wjunesy. in nis ucam ins l'aianku, another step toward Nisli ' Senato gavo tho Government a ot ' Thcro Is not an untruth In that Statement From .Mr. Allen, ono to employ In describing a pro- - cbildrt-n- ' havo lost a kind nrd Indul-- 1 of confidence, following a stirring Wo never stated that the nrtlclc. Centertown, Ky., Nov. 4, 191 fi cess which Protectionists strongly T''tit father, the community an 'In Kurt and Wert The Germans address by Premier llrland, In which .Circuit Judges wore not on a fixed To wliom It may concern: It a'pTiearsMn several arable, upright christian gentlemen, In tho Champalgne region of Franco ho said Franco would not lay down Upon tho other hand wo oUir.v. I wish to stato that tho statements places in tho book, but In, ono pas- - ' on wo have lost a faithful an! ht heavily bombarded tho French arms until a cleslrablo peace had plainly that they wero drawing circulating with referenco to me work sago (page 469) a consciousness that loved friend. stated aloug tho front between hill been won. $350. per month. The Law fbclni; Ing and canvassing tho country for It might requlro explanation Is shown Resolved, That a copy of these 193 and Tahure, seemlugly nrennra. of Circuit Judges at $4,- - T. F. Hlrkhead, H. D. Rlngo and Wul-20- 0 Speaking of certain observations j resolutions bo spread upon tho mln tory to another the salaries Italkant. Resides Anglo-Frenc- h and doing away with special luce Riley for the past three weeks mudo by J. Stephens Jeans of tho "U's pf (be County Court, a copy bo serts that the nttack. but Purls as barrier firo of tho troops already In judges, and did not contemplato that uru absolutely false, Serbia to assist In o French guns Ilritish Iron and Steel Institute on j furnished to each of tho county broke up the attempt. holding back tho Rulgar forces. Ilritone Judge was to be called from his. workings of tho Protective sys- - P?r for publication, and a copy to since court at Hartford I havn not According to Herlln, moro than 40 ish nml French transports are land district, and his own work, to do tho beep away from Centertown but once tern, the Writer of "Protection and . 'o mmiiy, 000 prisoners and 100 guns were Ing troops at Salonlkl work of another, except becuuso qf and op Hint trip which was to Rock- - Progress" said: November 1. 19 1C. and ruhhinn taken on the Russian aud Serbian them up the country, whllo other Mckness or disqualification. Judge port to see Kd Ashby about selling ' Dut he (Jean) does not point out (J. M, CJIOWB. fronts, in October. transports are, acording to Sofia disDlrkhead wus In Daviess county, fol- - him some land 1 did not bpeak to tho cause of the disadvantages unKRNKST WOODWARD, patch, arriving at Kavala, a Greek lowing a bnus band, drumming for but three men with referenco to the der which worklngmen must labor G. 11. LIKENS. Wetlnesiliiy. port near the Uulgarlan border. Divotes for a third term. His salary election. misleading stato- - so long as Great Ilritaln is subjected Such Committee. Kngland.- - Premier Asqulth ad- plomats, waii being paid out of taxes cxtractqd numls, as are calculated to mlsleud to what may bo called tho progress continue their efforts to seT-- n 4 dressed the Houso of Commons on cure tho support of Greece und Rufrom both Democrats and Republl- - the public and Injure mo nro abso- - of dumping surpluses on her martho plans and policies ot Kngland becuns, and nnother man was away lutely raise and are denied by mo In kets. He says this dumping process mania. Tho Austro-Germu' dr.tfo fore an Immense assemblage. His from tho north Is progressing. Tni' from his work attending to Mr. Hlrk- - every particular. FOR FLETCHER'S can bo effectively met only by tho most Important declarations were Jjrad's duties. That Is tho point wo adoption of a similar economic sys- FRANK ALLEN, that a Cabinet Committee of from Germans captured Uzico, an Important Serbian railroad center. 'except rim iinmlil. nftcr the election, Itlc(80 ,lIm noWt unprincipled attack of for the 0R.alN OF PHRASE torn which, however, cannot be lmjkz ed for In England, wedded as !lb Is to Krec-Trad- c. Hats and Caps r , "Antf-Dumpln- ' ,,. For the fall and winter season are very attractive. Hats in all the new shapes, along with our regt lar line of staple shapes are here in abundance. In Blacks, Blues, Browns, Tans and Grays, as well as the newest and nobbiest shapes. Our price range is $1.00, $1.50, nntl-dumpi- $2.00, $3.00. I I Stetson . j r. ,. i Soft and stiff Hats at $4 and $5. x, HaiS Uiat Will HleaSC tile mothers at 50c, $1, $1.50, in I I ,., ..... ,.,, ferent colors. The Increasing demand for Caps brings out more styles and better styles, as well as Ex-Vi- Men's and Boys' Caps at 25c, 50c and $1. We can make it interesting to you in the Hat and Cap better Caps. I j p. MO ft rues H9 OI u Rrn Beaver Dam, Ky. I m.-nl- an-r-o- re IATFST til . Pre-dden- . . s, - , - J ' "' " j "-1'- i '"!" .... - ,!Kn- ... A"'!' nl-I- i "n , ' ut,' g-- i, - ',. "' ( posl-tloti- H f pa-th- Children Cry n CASTORIA V it ' Mr. 0. It. Ukottrt (i ml children,1 nnd Mtb. l.eiin ,('. Mount, of Frank NOTABLE FEATURE . i.ft fort, returned Mihio yesterday nftor : HP w. riuiilM-- M st ii week's visit to Mr. Frank Hlnck ' nnd fntnlly, tif I vast Hartford. ; Now (lands Jiist In." UuIhIiih, Currants, Citron; Flake, Crushed nnd Is the Wonderful Gains Made by (Irlt Hominy, Evaporated I'eaehes, ; Apricots, Prunes, Figs, Cranberries the Republinnd Flno Celery. cans. IM.'H & HLACK. y Tlio electric piano' puTchnsed liy ii iRr I he II If J( Stiir Thi'iUer management lins I ,I o ijjlj v Jiffl II tfr &. MOT The most notnhlc rent tiro of Inst been Installed nnd (lie patrons worn 1 Lil ) i, tin ft 1 highly entertained Tuesday ovciiiug uedays (..'ection . the trcmeimo'ij tn HB " iWXKn with the delightful music made. It gains itii.dii liy the .'tppubllcnn pirtv, 1111 if IB Is nn orchestra within Itself. not only in Ki'inurl.y, hut in nil il: other siauM Kelly Illloy has moved his !'.' elections ww ' from IiIk old hi ami to Corner h Id. i In New Vor.t ! Iho llepufollcan . !i of of Hartford Ilouso, Main Street, where he will he Kind to meet nil his elected n ninjorlty of the new Rtnte ft. -- : iin.iri ii.' 'irj ih1!" v Kin old customers nnd mnny new ones. Assembly nnd three llepubllcan Con - Ji . lie Is now fixed to give u miunro gressnien were elected to fill the vu- - ;' .'II yo'i I itttMZ3&SSK A i cancies of threu Congressmen deceas- l men I at reasonable price. lltl ed. " I Mr. W. C. McKinney. of Taylor In Massachusetts, where the Demo-- ) f.Mines, has heen lendered and nccept- ed a position with the Madera Mn crn.s have been in power for several rnra Uallroad Company of Ilrazll. 'y,'ar8 ,laH, n Republican governor I and in several cities He will sail from New York Novem- was elected, where mayoralty elections were held g a, ber (he ath for Porto Velho Hlo in Ilrazil, Mr. McKinney is one the Republicans elected their candiWW whim m urn .jJkMJusm: timuM ata so of Ohio county's most promising dates by overwhelming majorities, 3 young business men and wo predict notably Philadelphia nnd Cincinnati. In Kentucky the Republicans have great success In his new field. made a splendid showing whether CLoTHE-S- . Yoy CAN'T HELP BUT LIKE Mrs. F. I.. Felix ami daughter. CO, the official count gives the election Mis Mary Elizabeth Follx, left for to Stanley or Morrow. The vote Is 1ST. BECAUSE THEY WILL PLEAJE YoUIt and tip Louisville yesterday afternoon where closer by thousands than the Demothey have secured apartments for the crats havo been claiming It would be. EYE. Guaranteed Gilor fast winter months. .Mr. Douglas D. Fe- - Tho Progressive vote In the state Is unequalled in style and illx left for Brownsville, Ky., early a negligible quantity. There Is no 2ND. THEY WILL TIT YOU. this morning where he went to look doubt that the Republican party In variety. after some legal business. On his Kentucky Is strongly united. 3RD. THE JTYLE WILL BE NIFTY. To sec them is to bereturn trip he will lake the train for It is slgnlfirant for the present adl.oufsvlllo where he will locate for lieve and buy. ministration that In all these politi4TH. THEY WILL WEAR. WELL BECAUSE the practice of his profession. He cal campaign the slogan of the will enter the law olllces of Messrs. Democratic party has been "Woodrow THEY AJIE MADE RIGHT, OUT THE R.1GHT Trabue, Dnolin fi. Cox, Columbia Wilson." Their claim to political building. He will join his mother preff-rmen- t throughout the country Of ALL-WO- OL nnd 'htcr nt the Puritan. where elections have been held has o-- e been that tho policies of Woodrow 5TH. OUR PRICE WON'T BE HI6H. t Xrw Star Thenfr. Tn Star Theater will give a show Wilson should be upheld, and that CoMElN; YOU WILL Do BU WITH VS. on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday the present Democratic administration at Washington should be nights of each week. Will dpwi Uie by the vote of the people doors at 7:30 and the show will behas' taken on the var"' S5raK538'SJJ9Ki gin promptly at 7:45 o'clock each for the Blrrm? it ious questions thai ftsvc iVjlsen since evening. Yon cannot afford to miss these Wilson's inatigurntion. This Iir.hheen hiiowVi, as we have one of the best particularly true In Kentucky. claim to the great office of machines made. Mrs. Uundiill Hunter, Pleasant and mot governor was founded morn upon naHldge. nnd Ml s Laura May. Lewis- - Wo also have the best screen on the upon state issues. May, city market and It will not hurt your eyes tional issues than port vlt.ied Mrto the charge's made IMCORPODATBH. - His answer 'to look at those pictures. We llkeI'Ul DAY, XOVKMHKU fi. lat week candiwIib hr.ve one of the best nnd most against him nnd his The (Jreen Front Grocery Is makdate throughout this nti'-- cam1 Ii., II. .V ST. Ii. It. It. TIME TAliliK. ing irleiuh; with every body who Imolernly o"ulpped s'iow hour.es out-- I n( r.nu,cvllle. We have sppr"d paign has been ovr end anon the vi0 No. li:i due at Ellmltch S:32 p.m. needs frcth clean and whohwome Tielth' r'tlnie nor money In equipping ssi'io thine 'Woodrow Wilson.' Mr m No. 110 duo at Ellmltch 7::il) a. 111. groceries. renl i!miv J m" for the people of Morrow lias charged throughout the ff M !TS3'rSf&.?!K5!'7iZM'i'.WTn No. 11 J I.v. Hllmttch 3:40 p. m. ESOBS f resit groceries cull at Hartford r.nd1 vleinltv. For good Your patrou-,ng- c state that gros extravagance and r::i!t 11. m. Ar. Irvlngton . wanton wastefulness hnve been prac- will be appreciated. I.v. Irvlngton . T: f,o p. 111. the Green Front, nnd Fee your old In,i ttml tlj mini i ..t-....Vl. ltr llin firnuant .. Ull.l... t ..,...,..,, K. O. UAHUASS. ,; :'i":":M-J"l-M::":t:':,Ar. IiOUibVllle 7:ltt p. m. friend Estill Thomas. Otherwise the state under McCreary, and Mr. Mgr. Star Theater. :tfj a. 111. "Pup" Thomas. 17tf S: No. 111 I.v. Louisville Stanley and bis. associate candidates 4. ' ..-- 00 Ar. Irvlngton . 10:00 a. .111. Just received a new supplyof evaphave made ns their one and only an- - .: Program. 10: 10 a. m. orated peacheg, apricots, flake and I.v. Irvlngton Teachers' Meeting to be held at Bwer to these ciiargp, that the voters .. 1:0 p. m. crust hominy. Ar. Klliultc-Ior Kentucky should ntand by Wood- - ';-Prei'tlss, Nov 12, 1015. C. I). THOMAS. :." J Devotional Exercises. Rev. ' row Wilson. m 11. .v n. 1;. it. ium TAiiLi:. til Does not the result of the election y Wf fa Mr. J. T. Felix went to Oiaton G. W. Gordon. South llounil, No. US .t Monday to vote. Ho will spend a U:.ri0 Welcomo address, W. A. signify the people's attitude toward S: 45 a. m. Due nt Hartford .? this phase of the Democratic cam- few days thero with friends and rela- Casebler. 1I North RoXmd. No. palgn? The Domocratic orators have : 10:10 Response. C. B. Allen. Due at Hurt lord :lu p. m. tives before returning. 10::i0 Relation of the Trustee to made their appeal and the thousands conC. M. Harnett, who has been (Iioth "Mixed Trains.) YEt) of laboring men who hnve been fore- - : Need a new pair of susfined to his home for the pnst month tho School, Roht. Jackson, K. G. Tnto idlenees and tho thousands of '! ed on account of Illness, continues In Austin. penders? Drop in and see d For American wire Fence, call on about the same- condition. 11:00 Lecture by W. W. Drov.der. business men whose business has 10tt U. S. Carson. have made their answer. Does vhat we can show you. 12:00 Noou. Miss Winnie Sinimermiui, after School not their answer indicate, beyond all 1:00 Rest Methods of You'll probnbly want to get For Ship Stuff and feeding Oats spending tho week end with her par- Government, S. K. Shultz. question that the only saTe principles seo Aetoti Ilros. into more than one pair; of ents Mr. and Mrs. Slmmerman, re1:15 Compare tho School of to- and the only efficient policies or gov$ course, one at a time. It's Rubber Roofing uud Paint can bo turned to school In Nashville Sunday. day with that of Fifty Years Ago, S. ernment are the principles and polihad at Acton llros. cies of the Republican party? And a good idea to have one or When you leave the Green Front J. Stevens, Slado Taylor. docs not their answer further indicate Quite a number from here attended Grocery after calling for something 1:45 Lecture, Supt. Shu!t3. two extra pairs and do X they didn't hne. you can bet your 2:80 Valuo or School Entertain- that in 191G, when tho people of tho the singing at Kunnydale Sunday. away with the bother of lira they will havo it next time you ments, Misses CIcva Shultz and Wln-nl- o whole country have an opportunity For big bargains In Real Ktstuto changing. to speak that there will bo a comcall. Ruins. eo Holbrook & Parks. Hartford, S:00 Schoolroom Decoration, Mrs plete Republican victory? Her &. lilacu s, We can make your eves lust arrived at 7tf Ky. & We think it docs, threo largo shipments of fine candles Orpha Rruden. Miss Man Haselrlgg. glisten with a lot of other to o Prulies.VFlKs, DatiM, Raisins, Cur or all kinds. Conic in and look at; :!:20 Could Ohio County mainthings in this up to date rants, iroidi aVtlie C.jfK.Fniut Oro- - our Lownoy's boxes for your lady tain an e $100 Reward, $100 Health Officer, W. A. Tlio readers of tills paper will bo eery. haberdasher's. Caseblor. friend. pleased to learn that tlicrc Is at least ono disense that science lui3 11:40 Should al Rural Schools be- dreaded euro In alt Us stages, nnd been 12." li. PendietotfTvlll You can gt the best meal In Ilart-tor- d arrive Mrs. nbln to that la Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is tho only at Kelly's Rustaurant for LT homo Saturday, after an extended gin in July.?. Round Table. posltlvo euro now known to tho medical HENRY 11RACKIN, Ht4. fraternity. Catarrh bcliis a constitutional touts. visit to lier son and daughter, Mr. disease, requires a constitutional treatN. L. ROSS. and Mrs. Trimble Pendleton In New ment. Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken InTo keep warm and save fuel buy ? ternally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system, therea Hot Wast Heater from Acton Mexico. yon (u.h Sale For Friday and Satur- by destroying tho foundation of the dis FbrdBVllle Plniuilng Mill Co., Wrllo ease, nnd Riving tho patient strcnKtn by llros. day, Not ember 5 and (I. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. and assisting prices on Silos, 1 can Vlssman's $r.fii) butldlnirinun tho constitutionThe proprietors Ida, the llttleTdaughtcr of Mr. and Fordsvllle, Ky., for nature doing Its work. or Tile 1 bushel Meal powConcrete In havo S.le ers so much faithOno Its curatlvo Mr. Oznn Shults, Is very lit or ty- either Wood,Information furnished Hundred Dollars that they offer Ulocks. Full ) 25c for any case that It falls to cure. Send 9 bars Swift I'rldo Soap.. phoid fever. for list of tetitlmonlals. promptly. fine IS bars Cleaneasy Soap. Addrras: F. J. CHENEY & CO, Toledo, O. Mr. Jno. T. Mooro of'KlUabcth-low- n Bold by all DruKBlata. 76c. O0c Tho Green Front Grocery has a 1 doz. Chum Salmon Take Httll'a Family mis for constipation. was tho guest of relatives here coffeo packed especially for Its pro- 1 doz. Pink Salmon $1.10 first of the week. KOc vwC "Ranges. Coul prietor and Intended for tho select 1 doz. cans Corn Free-Trnd- e. Galvanized Metal, Koo'd h:avy weight. For Cook-"Stouse England Abandoning It Is tho famous Blue Hand, 1 doz. cans 10c Tcaa and Oratea trade. Heaters, Wood Heaters Painted Metal, good heavy weight. Tho financial pressure of the war steel cut. s. $1.80 Peaberry Coffee yood" quality. call on Acton llros. " Is driving England to nbandou her Rubber Roofing in roll, 1, 2 and Lyo Hominy 75c VALUE IN 1 doz. FOB flALK COOD Free-Trnd- o High-grad- e policy, and compelling Red Cedar Shingles. Hon. Alvls Bennett" of Louisville farm land, small or large farm to $1.00 Cano Sugar..... her to resort to custom house duties, was tho guest of l)is rather, Mr. Joo suit purchasers; only sold to settle House Paint and Roof Paint. BLACKS, Hartford. ILER Heretofore unknown, to meet an exlionnett on Union St. Write uh for prices, Freight paid and our Special : J. L. Hawes, estate; easy terms, Stolen From my pnsture, ono penditure which now amounts to Mr. Ramey Duikefbf "tho Hartrord Maceo, Ky. Price will come to you by first mail. Shropshire buck 4 yr. old, tall cut practically $25,000,000 u day, and Republican visited relatives in McDid you know that thoTresh, bright FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY very also qno grade Hampshlro will be no less until tho war ends. Lean county last week. inviting appoaranco of a' right' new ewev short, C" yr. Incorporated old. Crop lcfrcar If The English. polcy has been to raise about CoHnno Shults who haH been grocery can he niudo permanenjt? Miss WV JoKc'WIIwon, AJIf . , marked at all. Any information will tho greater part of its revenue from j ill for tho past two months of Watch Pup Thomas do it. Tho internal taxation, a policy which tho be appreciated and rewarded. rf is convalescent. fever, Green Front. Democratic party has largely IntroWATT TAYLOR, Tho Green Front is tho place to Allison "iFaTnetfls remaining at Cum b. Phono. It bus put duced in this country. Cenlertown, Ky. every possiblo goes to her own poopo. It st 6 ilo your trudlng iu tho grocery line. homo on tho Doctor's advice. Hava burden directly upon tho people without rebort to our shelves. Nothing old oil If England had in the country. ing a high fever It was thought to bo Farm For Sale. which It Is now proposed to increase source or taxation. a new shipment of inadvisablo for him to return to Free-Traa generation! It will require all the patriot' iu Just received Eighty acres of good land contain- in addition to imposing Tariff du- abandoned . Nashville for a few days. 'tVclva Now Orleans Molasses. ties. Once put on, such duties are ngo sho would hnve been in better of tbo peoples in tho belligerent ing dwelling, bam nnd other out" j -1LBR & HLACK. likely to be continued, as the (Chan- shapo today to meet tho war pres- tides to stand up un'jer tho hurt is ho bating" rink will bo open buildings, situated on Hartford and cellor of the Exchequer estimates sure. Germany is a demonstration thcywilhbo conjt'Uu4' tt bear. a Arthur "Petty'wlll appreciate your regularly every Friday nnd Saturday Rockport road. Well ami spring on that England's debt at the end of of this. Sho has pursued a policy tho war, the nation) which shift it natronugo by serving you promptly nights. In order to give the young ladles an opportunity to learn to farm. Church and Bchoolliouse near. this year will reach tho unprecedent- of protection with tho result tLat, least bomu of this burden to iu With anythlug In the "eatB" lino. with supplies from other countries shoulders of others than their t n good pusturo Tor skate tho rink will be open to them For price, terms, etc., call or address ed amount of $11,000,000,000. j uavo 40 acres of a dead cut off, she is able to provido for people will he the wiser. Phllu .1 & SON, AgtB. Out from under such BARNETT rent Just across tho river on tho every Saturday afternoon. Mgr. weight of debt no uation can emerge ' herseir, and the money sho expends phia Telegraph.' Hartford, Ky. J. 0. CASEUIER, 34tf K. U. MARTIN. .O.wensboro pike. ri i y9k tup ncrrmiui IIP.ll. 111 fill 1I ftgf LIKE OUR b. vtt fLOTHE5 'dijkJk IgggtgSR J1 nT Ar W Ilcs-tnurn- nt Shirt I've always wanted at "The Class prices I've always wanted to pay!" the will say too, when you sec That's what I 11 HAUMAR SH ! PT S 1 You have never seen such worth shirts much value was never before, because before attempted at the prices $. $.50 Ma-d'Ti- jli r jummi I 11 Iff. Mfv!lIiHl .fax 111 I w&ammt'& BflJ lyKKti h Am& -- I t r2 fifci MJ oJK llli - or JoRT JTurr. J1NEJJ i Hartford Republican. Hartford, Kentucky. am, . 1 1 Inlc-tro- ....,,.. j i 1 race imp .- -. Up! 1 suf-rere- If I mk I A i A i t t t i all-tlni- a Hub Clothing Company lrd ! SPECIAL PRICE ON ROOFING ! 10-lto- 17-Id- b. ' . FORQVIl,E, de CHICAGO'S CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE FLY WILL FILL A WANT! Since the suspension of Ihc Louisville Weekly Courier-Journa- l, (here has been quite a dJiiiiiml for a weekly ken-- ; likky newspaper (mat Lives ill mo morr important stale' ,wws' crisP Htor.sils, i,.u :,IK' (Jill I ill mm iujtjT Lmiiiiiu '.mini mA'iLllLUrpl I "A- - Professional Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law IIAIlTI'OItU, KY Will limctlce bio pruXvlOil lii Oil find unjoining couii'Joh. t'otmmccitvl anJ ( , I I IiM&f lraft5?Sfer WIW' y Lit - jiylW5 lwL d, krn4s I '! IS&Sf SfflfcteCi fe? mm. aII i:A I JMOSfiP " jtfvdS8k. A&rSsaP m&W&mMmmi warn? d yv Jmi titoiwc KVs.... . kmafb VMU& 35EO jsmm M m WiCunwrnu ffi rtnniununmjfyy HOTEL ' - l riiiiuml l'r.acc- - a Siiorlulty. olrfc ofamerican IDEALS ! ,!'" , ( "mdy c'r'""s In it cllr where coed doted abound, tht J'owbatin heads the 1$ first In the countrymen. Barnes .Mtfum. &i Int. It Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. . It. limine and Smith C. K T-$- Sl SW . k?wm-ww-mwHmrs- a M There is no such excellen: paper as the Twicc-a-Wee- k hurt, ot lt ftPit '1 Kt--- ir ' ? - iSte- - - Map' yN Wfbve- - Ki; (cd liy Pivy U'oinNo ..) Owensbcro Mcsscngc: The TovliiL-iis tcffntJ, anil restful. Its rxcel-lin- t location em Icnnsilvani.i Avenue, 18th ati.t It Mncts, males it a i!rirah!f lieathniat-let- s (or lirM.,1 couples, tourist I nities, conventions, anJ conit's every Wednesday Saturday', (16 paires v week or more), if (id is ii.ito in every regard. Try lhe r for a year in connection with the Hariford Rcpu?j It ;mu! up-lo-( Stit;,i iiiiiiounw Ui.tt iM Imvo form-ii tiivrwluii for Uie Knn.ntl intr-Ucitlniintil timl lltr of Li'4, cxe casus, Air. Suillli bnlng L'otiuty Mtjr-a- m frimi pnuiblultit; suc oc;nn. Mr. llnriKis Will liullviduftllj aoccjit Ucli imiutlo. la Oftlou HartforJ Itepulilltsnu IxrIUIliiB, it IC" Tivicc-a-Wcel- j: Mes-tenye- tollrces, t H'.iii:siiiAriii t'mmiK'li, K,v. orriM!. M.utii.s lliiltluril. K ' V In Mm effort of Chicago to ..llniliinte tho "' Xh ,'n,,,, !;, ppst-cnrry- ,. wen Tec,',., SEOD-UL-BAH- ...int'stlc lly itio children of nsr,.rHon. the b.oy lican, , Both papers, one year for Miiioois nre Mik Sl.50. All cliibhiiisr subsorip- the pub . mrla ilrojsod tor tnclir!,,i,( uw i;niK i.'M'Miiu i, (IVIVIIWOCLl t. i tiwiLIt Republican, Hartford, k'y. . d The I'owliatan tttracts the Tropic ol culture nnct tilucation. Its tirnximity to Statr. War anil Javv Dci'.iitmrtits. olio to man? c ioinn histntleal interest, makes this Imtcl rspcially attractive to a (Incriminating pub- The" Powhatan otTers roorrw with itctachrd bath at Sl.50, 32.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, Si.SO. J1.00 and up. Vrite lor booVlet with rap( STRATTOiN & MAKT' uornoya nt CROMWELL, - - nM) " KY.- Will jiriictico tlicir jiro' A.llll 111' till and djoliiliij; co:int .cn. Colk'ctloiiH. CotntiiLTiMal uitd V .Winliial I'nicllt'c Siiuclallv. - I'n - service K" I .Volar- CLIFFORD M. .Jlanayer LEWIS, "n't tt,,J In office. vlBw AUSTRALIANS BEFORE R FORTRESS ' i'ii'llllli'iilDMIFIIIini TrriTiPj , I w, I 0 jriiisr. i ' 1 I R ; Tho ino?t economical, clean germicidal of all nntlr '. iifiitiAL fo mw t r.ini; s$M&i& I S . Allci'Uu' ni TltAuc-MAnK- SS." . x... . laSiSoS.!..-- rftitri . ..... .:'iSB!SjNj "WAS;f.r :'.. -- ; . ' 'v a9 vm - 3 ! i: ' a: i rZSis&viv4tT. v x, . ' V . .. aPI'SI fQi$ a SJ I I (. & ,Jn i SD. hi tmvt rat,u .itw ' "' . iivii-- . j.... "- - ..rnjt... iJ.ot - S . t. in .: . nm-in- t itTV on II Sn.lh''lrl. ss&&;2& -. I passing rnrcrrtcrs. rnrfni.uH , ., to .uk ..n IW.ir.' .ji- j t303-n- o Vnvonth Stroot, Wrt75a.jreoTOSM. D. C. lliitUUir. ,r".,, ex ik.-f..r rnrc itimii prr.. li.ii Jj j SUI1- . . ut.ii.Lii f'ATCNrwpj i'i"vi"t...1 cur r I .JL" Wyj'RilT.ir'n'.'rwT'D igy HI J.V B3SiKfaiM!MiKS1 wfiftiafi : F I i i. (IfAUANTEKD btiUViCl-One hunrlrrtl per tent . value. Special worK for 0. W. W. F. STEVENS, Hartford, Ky. R. F. D. 7. KeprescntlnR Continental JIarblo & Granite Co. . E r a medicinal nntisentlc for tJoudi- s tin trcatlnrj catarrh, lnllnmir,atlnu or ulcoratlon of noso, throat, and (n:ii cnn&c.l by fcmlnlno Ill3ltha3r.,-,cqun-i For ien years tho Lydla Ij, pinWism i Alcdlclno Co.ha3 rccoimomlcd Pav;lnc In their iirlvatQ corresponden''' women, provc3 Its Women who havo been mred nay It Is "worth Its weight I" KolJ." At dj'nfClsta. f0c. larpo bov, or by mall. Tho I'axton Toilet Co., Uoston, I.Iaai. h ty. J... Collier's 77ic tat t Colliers in Clubs S National - Weekly First Time i tXUitr't lias bt'Cii sold at $5.50. fc.W the price is S2.MI Until this tar 0"a.lo Coa.saty I andsvchavesccuicil we the Australians are most prominent wvx&xz AGAINST ENEMY'S .. .. BOMBS .1 l.,v.l,nf,1nwmt A. (It an nll'ia U'flR Planters House -- Operated by PROTECTED H0ISTING W0DED w. 'i, i . vs. AB0ARC Planters Hotel Company I'mlcr New ManaROtnent Itlrktiptvl. Judt-'c- : lien I). Rlnco. Attorniiv; I. Mldkiff, Jailer, K. ti. Harrass, Clerk; 13. K. lllrklicatl. Master Com- imlsslonur; It. T. folllns, Triwtff flrMT T. V. . rvnr I at a Hill rrdiicliim tan otitt it (urtfrr in oui- IICCtillM Y.'. 'l t.il pulilicatiim. --- "t;wiv . rLT .k,. VA f' i vj -- A rf u i - "sTr-saf-: r .. m " . , ..!,? riLa. AVT" C""'V.. . - .v 1SH &t "!,Wl SMS ffi'tlvMJ ?Blk wlSlVr 2-I'.i u Kri'iit'li tU'luii hl.oKinu Foltl'rrs ftiiiu bii'tibb (Implied !'. tltc M't-iii- ili- s iniun irr iiiimiik t't't nuiiur-.- . up to protect the i WTW4 am nc oftico deputit's .Mrs. S. U. tirice. c I ar i ."i.ir aiinifep'rr.lst.r tfer it 1 !! "dr At. , i.l ':c.t...n racli i r. rti Gilmoiv KeovMt. Court coiixeiii'b fli'nt 1 In- - - .fi.itti ..r llu-- t'ric. i.' tV.Wi.'i!'r. Monday In February and contlnuch Iter an I muM uclAm u.l ilitat'ccl T. QL'ISKN'IJKnitY. three wcvKs; third .Monday in April, j y. '. jt.- vf.ji. v. ...0VfI two woeks; third .MunUaj in uctober. What You Get in Collier's. Kates $1.00, $1.'J." and i?l.."0 per lfij two weekri. IcJl'iHCcFitr't i thr ttnr In-- , County Court John IJ. Wilson. Jlcals 2." Conts. tk. i ,.t lh.- u .'V rfiit'trv Ni't only iMttliiJudge; W. C. Ulankunnlili, Clerk; lint n - at i!'k1 nliin'-- . Ii 12. 'f i'S Smith, Attorney, Hartford. jmnr Im t mji'- -N'lr l..nulv. min?Jie k. Host in tho city for the money. IC. i.l 'Ctiiitien k.m rc tlilllL' Hi it a Court convenea first Moiiduo in each Special attention to the traveling 'jjmj . 1000 tMilnrialt -' JS" j 300 Nrwi Photn Quarterly Court lloglns on tin jTiiHt' r ".. public. r 2S0 Slmrt Aitlcl.Muttilay in every iii'Jtitli. first 150 Shnll Storir. 100 llluitralrd IV.lur,-- . first Calms Conveiius Court of OWENSBORO, KY. 2 Cumplcto Novel- Tuesday in January mid first Tueslijj?? r tt "w day In October. fc,ri Collier's.... $2.50 1 Other County Officers- - C. S. Mox-lo.?"ijc I"""t. . . rrixw'r,r,JwKTmTrrm'rr ... Shm IM.ii.SIIISjI .M .4T. 7i w 'iriii:--.,- ' i js)Z.bU si Fordavillo, Ky., It. Hartford Republican Surveyor, ra .tvaMws if ra i.? F. D. No. 2; Tom Mines, Assessor. Olaton, Ky,; Oiiia ShulLs, SuperinKfff&rj tendent, Hartford; D. A. H. Ulley, A vMM a S5 T. II. Licuton, Coroner, Hartford; c Road Hnsliiecr, Hartford. JUSTICES' CObUTS. I'M. Shown, Hartford, Tueixlay aft. rj:t-t'er ad .Monday In .March, Tuesday aft! M evciytbiws cb? fan-er Mil Monday In June, Tuesday nitpros.rat:oT and ftr.i- 'fe" - ' SWW I'' . er 3d Monday In Sfptemlier, Tuesco the v'?":nesse3 & V t'J"" day after lid .Monday in KtCMX. I'ATTCRNS U A. MeDanlel, Itoekport, Fi'Ida slmplleltv sn4 Frlda )i Celt In tjfJ m ar style, r'fft aftor 3d Mnnila) In Mar.-hv IU ) ii. in nearly rtlu'i cvrry av..ml town In t tri ited nif after 3d Moiulny la Juiie, Friday Cjiii.Ii, 'r I'V hu.I iiin.i. " I llun aftor 3d Monday la September, nit lor tree sjtjU;u. :, counter. ever a ar.yi'iir rr ji.r. Friday after 3d Monday in De- UeC.WVS MAGAZINK cember. M.ne sjb.rnlH.ts It.an snv ntliei (ashioii k S. W. Leach, Cromwell, mtiliuti a lnalti.iMr. jt. tn-. . ' jSrSsTnSS Special Offer lo Our Readers Itr.unmini; lh- erear ilrmanc! (ur fo'i'i"r'i ( !aSSKfe: ife?? ..w. , - i .goa. SKSS. '.nr. u3s WS. " i I fcl -- I "."... y, fws 14 BI'fePiPH "r N aW: "v cui'-rttni- , ! -. mai;-"tn- RELIEF J FOR GALIC!AN . PEASANTS '$& WILL YOU after kA. ,I TTiTIFi AI irfc UUlC being huirWu nlioanl a hospital ship la tiio Danla Ho Ih Btrappcd lo u Jaekil nollea. 1. f Biiritiitio, iiuiuii tJL ....t,.1,...L I Wouuhd boliller h K3sii9Qvk I TOlli I lull r !m SHSlffirwSf Ono of tho many stations erected In Callcla for nnd salt to tbe peasant ry durliiK tho campaign. workln for Best of Reference. Hiram T)aly Can you net a months, an' reference from your last emplojcr! to yez vory Appllcant Shuro I can. I've been J Transcript Mrs. .L- - Anonymous. They nro tcuini; in rans a snnj llltiBtratlvc of the modesty of Anntnle It neems the eminent autlioi .ort.1 I rfcently yielded to wrote a patriotic artlclu lor W Itn r(.o l.Viniliivtlln TiifHil-iParisian dally paper. 1110 puoiisuei' ItjCK.B0X618rt- - oa MiiihI.iv In Mnreh. TliinK- COLUMBUS, 0. , , called In person to offer his thanks OHIO MEDICAL CO. ,, M,.,.,,.,, i .,,, Thni-n. ..." toll .llUllttt, MUj UltVTl ll m.. !.., AUKtiat. and lo Inquire what leuiUHcratlon J! day nfter 2d Monday In Anatolo Kraucu bo accepted would Thurtulay after 2d Monday In NovHew Into something very nearly resemOVER 65 YCAlia' ember-Ben of bling a rngo at tho mero mention W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aft.fMM--r r EXPcnirNCE jaysJUFM-t.i iMiiininii money. He did not wish, ho said, to er 2d Monday In March, Friday after 2d Monday iu May, Friday after 3d he paid for doing honor with his pen Monday hi August, Friday after 2d to tho heroism of the French soldiers. Monday In November. Tho publisher was urgent. Tho autbor HARTFORD I'OLICB COURT. Kventually, however, was resolute. 0. C. Martin, Judge; McDowell A. A.if A "Xm The was compromised. the mutter iv..h IHinvn I IfMUC l.l.in Fot'le, City Attorney; J. I Stevens, newspaper was to send to the front rirnir.Mft ItimtExl ir CopvniciiT3 Marshal; Court convenes secorid Mon4c. (It was still winter time) a carload of day In each month. n sketch nnil rtckcrlnl ln inny Antnne flfihtliiB coal to warm tho City Council J. C. Her. Mujor; R. iur iii'tunni froo yrlicttier a.i iiiTi'iii'mi llrohnI.lrr;ia;iii;ihli,i'niiiiiiiil.-.imen thero between tours of duty, IIAtlUCOOr) unl'aicuu T. Collins, Clerk: J. K. Bnwj Treast ul.tiM nireiii-- forMHUfiiiuiialriit". tho distribution of bread "Naturally," said tho publisher, "wo i.int urer. Mouthers of Council J. C. Iiiti-not- t. Co. li'vclve I'ntpiiii tala-- tlimuvli lluiin Capt. A. V. White. A. K. l'ato. will mark It 'Sent by M. Anutole )().cjru.licr, niilioutcbariro, lutba W. H. Gllleppie, "W. H. Uarnes, C. M. France.' " Scientific Crowo. mcself for the last six "You will do nothing of tho sort,' cekly. Tjirmwt rtr. A'hiindaomolr Hartford Hoard Education J. II. raeaclf retorted the author and on this point iiiliiilon nf anyIlliutrsIM liMinial, J'rrnia. fl n I can recommend SPiuntlUo D. Carson. Ch'm'n.: C. M. Harnett, fmir montl't, L BOlibyull nowsdiylcrj. s, highly. Iloston Evening j,0 wa8 adamant. Tho coal was sent Sec; E. W. Ford; Treas.; R. T. MUNN&Co.364B'Md"NewYgrR anonymously. J. D. Duke. Wod-nrwd- Scloci, Tuesday March, Tuesday In May, Tuesday 'lues-Ida- y In Auj;mt, Monday in Novomber. after MPT IQN Dundee, W. S. Dean, the scoud Monday In Jf you mention this paper we will send you March, after Wednesday after M Monday ja bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday In August, Wednesday after 2d Mon. day In Novomber. co"nsum.,tioru wlnBon smha, VTrSr for WEAK ' after J Monday EisBswvm1;- iiiiiaa after 2d Monday u&w9lr4MsmJKX Monday lumuo or after 3d L'd . ruaimeui . . day In December. R. C. Tlelicnor, j unlay after 3rd Ul""sii -- nttiriis( iltc suiallllfr, liuiltnrrj, WedB cf t Mylrs, 3d Monday in March,, t.ain , nesday after 3d Monday in June. j ctKlJette, p...iili.in y mniinvuiK, it.-tli.'v W fi year ( a (r. e juttifn. , ii.r'u.t.i-Wtnlnesday after 3d Mou'day In Sep- huliKriLTe tudjy, or send (or saiu'ile copy. tcmber, Wednesday alter 3d ii.ii'ii---miik, Mon-IAIV- I hrlnijs Centertown, Sat-- - I to7ients. I'ot il oilciu. pirmlum catalogue Address and new cash prize Monday In earn mi mcCau co. ru:t8v:.:7ii.su new voufc- INHUCIIMENTS - Hfli.HBlCnNS ' 1 ""I In it. b L lir. "' ' anu CUKE we Vw'U LWMCSSjp J W E3 I t t j J( wiTHfia5 nrr" &S WtB UUISBW BXflnfflre New ligSQver AND ALL THROAT ANDLUNOTHOUBLES. . .vMMi OUABANTEED QAXISFAOl'OlXYt OB MONEY ItEFUNDED. gj". ('' mmiss 3' rt ZJ!k i IV half-froze- n . iisstrlctlvi-oiiUdoiiifuIn-e- . i.rAmi"i iuiw. to oUaIii truuu laiJis,! Kii-adrlMs coiirruain. uu, in all couNTnirs. Iluilntu a.rrtlnuh Hmil.?Un tuui tl'U. noiiry ani njr n txtfntfrr. Wr Ito or TIO ClcsUi pRocunr.o no W. fell DcrnriDco.,''""'''.! Emmi ratont'ind Ir.frlr.eement ITKtice Uclutlvel. ww to to ul CtrMt, naar Vattt CUUs fiUnt OfiM, I WASmNGTON. D. C. V Col-Hu- Children Cry for Fletcher's ' Tho Kind ou Ilavo Always Bought, nntl 0 l for over .JO years, Imih bonio tlio 8l"im(uro ot "l been mado under Ids ncr- il supervision since- Us infamy. All Counterfeits, IniHiillniis nnd ",Tiist-iis-;oo- d JlNperlnients that trlflo vtllh nnd oiidanjfer the " nro but health of lafants nd Children Experience nguliist llxncrliiiuiu. ,1-- jiP tJjGWjfrg., - , , is substitute- for Castor Oil, Pare-V"il- e, Drops ami Soothing Scraps. J t Is pleasant. It I'ontaliis neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xurrolio Ktilisfance. Its ukh is its guarantee. It destroys AVorms nnd allays FeverUhness For more than thirty years It lias been in constant u o for tho relief of Constipation, 1 lululeney, , all Teething Troubles and Vlnd Coll JHurrlmu. It F,MM, reulHtes tho Stomach mid Bowels, K,vl"K lienlthy and natural sleep. .!.1.s,"i,,.,l!!'H 1,, 'J. be Children's Tanacca The Mother's Pricud, - What is CASTOR I A nstorin a harmless GENUINE CASTOR I A Bears the Signature of ALWAYS UZ!7Y JeUC4 Uu In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THI CKNTAUR COMPANY. NUW VO-- K CITV. Starck Pianos In P tTAHCK .ftCaiOCNT A No Moucy iuAdvnuce SnllHtnc-lio- n anltoil Low-nlN- ot (iiinr K n h i oh t TrrniH A Savi mi of SlOOo to s io I'rom I?nr tory Direct -- I' n o t o r y I' r i o ti h OWH HOME 2 ih)V free trial. In Wo will ship ou n beautiful Starck Piano uur All e usl: H that uu play upon, tisi home. No ciihIi tux mint rinil tost this I'l.itm for 30 ilajs If. at the ewl nf that time. juu ih not Hint It the hlKhest Krmlf. sweetest toned and tli.est piano tn every wax, that you liavr r ecen tut the nmney. youato ut perfect llherty tn it hark, ami we will. In that exent. iav the frclitlit ImiUi v. ay 3. Tills Starcl; t'iar.o must inuko cuod vitli you. or there Is no sale. r px-el 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL IN YOUR Savi $150.00 or Mori you from our factory, at JfJi nf "II". OD m l!i prim tint fcixi. ou rout ot xmir piano. We iurjntre to fiirnl.'i ra I you 2 l ttrr Il mo for tin lunacy thin Vou are as'iircl of rio irtfri s mre eleh-re- . Mt((jctoi) toned durable Mail irrJ'i; irt i IHdn.i, We khip Easy Payminti cavh down, l.'it after TO iUy cf trid, 5oii Cjn hiin pjiimnt on th Ioa t, mint terma wet ajsictnl ly piinj Thee tcrnii are nrraiu-it-l to fc'.iit tour rno nrr, nnd it i iw'Mde for ou to a pini for yoiT hone, without . i did i th III 'tlf) Voa iliritt to ij' riy in Ju ly vw Krerr Stirck Plino i (iiirantced for S3 jrars. hu tuck lbn urint of it our ih yin of plino anl the rep Utlon nf an oil ertit.llthfj, reipuntlblr piano Ljuk. MtiWlii e. diarcx M 2ni- - Hand Bargains a Flayir-Man- Muslo 50 Lessons T ticry purcluvr of Starck Pianos o c"e 'rw nualr lcs.ti la fti of the liet l.iion tchonN In Fri T' hue ivn.tinll) on hinl Iinrs oiimhT of attRfatly m or.iI tun 1 pinoa ot all atandird maVei tarn In fjr new Surrk 1'It-The f )!! and Ian ire a, few lunple btrgilnit $110.00 Weber 92.00 Steinway 30.03 Chlckerinc 95.00 Kimball nil Playrr-l'lan- starck Play't-t'lan- oi rt the lat arid nnvt .irijtt' tut Player Pun on cna market. Yon will be delimited with th.- - many Cluaite fratur?! of theM wonderful lntnimenta, anil will he pleaM with the xery low tulcet at hlh tncy can tie wcur-- j. Piano Book Fraa ! I'lOK Starck Fend for our 193.00 jutlfully illututed piano WHICH R1XC4 XOH Jwnd tndi)- - for our nrw I. A. STARCK you ItilCRo. 1 hi" rjn tJ'.e Iu your own home, Tbla repreacntl ly null. one jftJt'a free Instruction. htert complete land bargain lilt. 1313 Urav amount of Intoruu- tion rrgardais plinox. Thi hook will intrreit an I plMM you. Write today. PIANO CO.. Starck Bl(.. CHICAGO hiiilpiiititt by Hcnator Itcod Hmoot. I'rotectlon, but no Intentional Pro- "Iu one year tho American people tectlou. Uut tor tho needs ot tho nitiPt dccltlo how they shall meet a. Treasury, tho enno nntl beet grow- nntlonnl crisis." (erg could go to tho devil Just as o In sugSenator Heed Stnoot, member of they would go if the Senate Finance Committee, made ar woro to tako effect next May, as tills Htntcmcnt todny ns a comment provided In tho Underwood Frco-Tratupon the national defence program. law. Also It Is to bo noticed that tho "As now proposed," wild Senator War Kinerecncy Tax, Inflicted upon Stnoot, 'the proposed nntlonnt proRrnm involves an exticndl the country in tho time of peace so After Four Years cf Discouraging I had Rotten so weak I could not stand, ture of mnro than one billion dollars; rar as tho American pcoplo wcro and I Rave up in despair. Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave the expenditures, however, to cover concerned, It is to bo extended InAt last, my husband got me a bottle ot Hut the wnr tax and the a period of five years. Thnt expen- definitely. Up in Despair. I lusband sugar duties combined have failed to Cardui, the woman's Ionic, and I comlie financed, diture must "How shall it ho done? That Is a keep tho Treasury away from a tie- menced taking It. From the very iirtt Cane to Rescue. question voters must answer one licit. Disbursements last year ex- dose, I could Icll It was helping me. I year later. It Is a Bravo responslhll- - j ceeded receipts by about $3G,000(- can now walk two miles without its Wo aro pasliiK through nn InI thorotiKbly believe that there 000. Ity. c flnnucier- can be ,autl will bo but one course structive era of Calron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring tt' , id am doing all .;y work." to 'pursue. Thnt Is to elect a RepubIf you are all run down from womanly trom this place, Mrs. Bcttie Bullock aa a lican president anil :i Republican Tired, Aihlng .Muscles Itcllexed. writes as follows : "I Euflcrcd for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Congress. mean I Hard work, Tito Hepublicnn party Is the only ' 'ears- - with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. U lias helped one that In policy and performance stiff, sore muscles.' Sloan's Liniment lightly applied, a little quiet, and this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in Its 50 lias proven ndenuutc to meet such a situation. Considered from every your sorencs3 disappears like magic. while,, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should angle the Democratic party has dem- "Nothing ever hciped llko your all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist hat onstrated its inability nnd unfitness Sloan's I.Inltucnt. I can never thank sold Cardui for years. He hnows wlial you enough," writes one grateful in my left side. for the tusk. user. Stops suffering, acltes and "Hcmember that the balance of The doctor was called in, and his ircat- - it will do. Ask him. He will recom t, counter-irritantrade against us during tho four nalns. An excellent c"t relieved tr.e for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. i ... mouths proceeding the war, nt a time better and cleaner than mustard. All TTrife to: Get a bottle I.II..I soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept., Crattinoo?a Atetlflno To Special When Democratic policies nnd laws Druggists, 25c. Ouutsnoozj, Tcnn.. for 2 rubbing. nothing seemed (9 do me any good. were In effect, was f 248, 000,000. Penetrates without lint, WfrSSf. "IS! What a political blessing the war LeliiKttin Secures Kentucky ."Mining was to the Democratic party. Institute MeclliiK. In two years tho Democratic adLexington has secured the winter produced such busiministration lias meeting of the Kentucky Mining Inness conditions that, but for tho stitute. This organization with a of a forpurely accidental stimulus membership of 350 will convene Frieign war, we would now be In tllO day and Saturday, December 3rd and throes of a panic. Eliminate tho 4th. Prominent mine operators, market created by temporary artifi- mine managers, superintendents, and cial European demands, nnd Ameri- engineers from all part:) of the can industry would bo prostrated. State of Kentucky are expected to at"Past history has proven the only tend. way tho Democratic party, when in The two strongest contenders for power, has been able to meet tho exthis meeting have been Louisville travagant appropriations made by and Lexington and it was only after VStvS' MaKaua 9 them for the ordinary running cx- - a hard struggle full of life and action, filled with the 23 .f 54 that Lexington sefire of fine inspiration and followed government was by j penscs of tho the by 250 short stories of adventure, 'the sale of bonds. A bond issue is cured since meeting. Tills Is the first May, 1914, that Lexingtime win mate a national de-- I inevitable whether ton has had the privilege of enterfense program Is undertaken or not. taining this organization, Louisville In txvo xears the Democratic ad- - having secured the December, 1914, minlstrutlon has passed scores of meeting nnd Plueville the May, 1915, i worthless of laws. Tho Insertion meeting. , meaningless phrases In statutes, the The Kentucky Mining Institute simplest constant violation of the Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, has always been alive to the .needs legislative rules, have brought about Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "it ton of fun," Articles of of the Mining Industry in the State more costly ami needless fetleral liti- nntl has much to do with Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best the imgation than we have ever known be- provement in methods minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone of production fore. intnenome. there is no age and tho preparation of the products limit to enthusiasm for The "In two years tho Democratic nil- - for the market. It has to a large cx- Three Current Issues Free .....l.ntliiii Im.i nwnni.kil nil tllAPtMril1t! tent been he, Youth's Companion. ..........t.u.. ..,x..v......-- ...... If you do not know THE COMPANION n the ,leveIopmeut tleticlt in the treasury, and has not and utilization of the State's natural let ua aend you Three Current laauea FREE. Indole thU Coupon with your 52 Times a Year advanced a single plan for meeting resources. request. not 12. of It. The proposed reenactmont Mining Institute The Kentucky Thoae who subscribe now. aendins $2 the sugar duty and the 'war tax' law was among the first organizations to for the 52 iaauea of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will for 1915, will receive The Companion only retains our present revenues, promote get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. the welfare of those employmagazines. llond issues are nothing but loans ed In the mining industry. Its first that must be paid for In the future. aid meets have been a feature of Its SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE "The Democratic party has not a spring meetings. Prizes amounting THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH policy in Its platform, a law to Its to over $,'00 were distributed at the ONE YEAR FOR ONLY' $2.75. credit, nor a plan to propose, that first aid meet held last May In Pluewill meet tho financial crisis Inevi- ville, this being the largest amount tably Imposed by tho national de- ever devoted for prizes nt any first fense program. aid meeting in this country. "A return of the Republican party The program for this meeting is to power seems to me not only a na- now in the process of formation and tional necessity but a foregone con- will bo announced as soon as it Is clusion." completed. The Pheonlx Hotel of $1.31 The Republican and Louisville Herald Lexington wi"ll bo headquarters. A Cough Remedy Thnt Relieves. Mr. Ivan P. Tashof, Secretary of The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at 1.76 from the healing It's prepared the Institute, has announced the Plnft Ilalsam, Tnr and Honey all following 1.50 committees for the meet- The Republican and Home and Farm mixed In a pleasant soothing Cough ing: Syrup called Dr. Hell's Inquirer 1.76 Committee on papers: J. E. But- The Republican and Thousands have benefited by Its ler, Stearns, Ky. use no need of your enduring that 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald Committee on entertainment. annoying Cough or risking a dangerPROF. C. J. NORWOOD, 3.50 The republican ana Uaiiy LwensDoro inquirer ous Cold. Go to your dealer, usk DWIN L. QUARLES. for a --Tie. original bottle Dr. Hell's O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k R. D. QUICKEL, start using at once Pine MILTON SAMCHEZ. and got rid of your Cough and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer IVAN P. TASHOF. 2 HUSBAND RESCUED Freo-Trad- lc SPAMMG WIFE dc-fon- Frcu-Trad- ovnr-nxnrtlo- to-da- SSwS Si v SetiaWjj TrMffP eYOUTffS COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 I J OUR CLUBBING RATES. y. ro Tar-Hone- y, Cold. a . a i FARE 4W CLEVELAND & jm. lW5.'vBUFFALO mm SPSS. liruet Via r,wi V $322 MAILY BETWEEN eoTrmle Financiering mid rioat . . mb a a. .rTr a aftnfIll Iho la r eat Ship ";t.krtnuuiiE. o.tl atf mT on au u I ai ut im wurtu In'-- aWW "CtrVoF buC aa M j liaJaSr oiurp.n,j - ct.raniuu. 3 Mr-mce-nt "CtTY OF BUFFALO" CLEVELAND . Daily, May 1st to Dec 1st BUFFALO i,..-i,u.. fjsv-a. .... Aiiiveiiuuaio Conno.Slw ut liulTala for Ui.iwvi-- "i (Coilral Wwilinl Tim , N'ara rVU a I lal IVutem uv CanaJlu i a.(i. ""',, r' a r pala. . ,'; . 'J! a. ausrt i.itMunfoetieelnill. M. I.mr. tun it Iwwl ffll rut i. Q I tldp"bnKNOli:i:" ' ilo ma I. vwcroia ,jiIi I wl!rc lu. uivut AUtaxuC J wtl bJ I ivi iminele I o'i I it " llym l"'i - ' t tmt. 1 f ie r TKArioU" CO., C:o!od, Ohio'JH hi THE CLCVULANO ft UUrFALO at I -- tf?,mVlW'f-- ttefHlaHttTtMMtMtMHMtUtiHtH 1THOS. E. MOSS! Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. - X H 'a,..,, X with best of workmon, and can givo any reference do&irod. Call me on Hartford Mill Co., 'phone, or address mo at Hartford, Ky. Lifetime- experience i : t Secretary McAdoo's announcement of ways and means to increase the revenue reads as follows: In reply to many inquiries I have received about thu revenue measures thnt will be proposed iu the next Congress, I have determined to recommend (1) that the emergency revenue act, which expires by limitation on December 31, 19 1C, be extended until peace is restored In Europe, and (21 that the existing duties on sugar shall bo retained for several' years, or until normal customs conditions nro restored. These are distinctly revenue measures, and are necessary iu view of the extraordinary conditions now prevailing throughout the world. It is Impossible to state at the I moment what. If any additional rcv-ju- s enuo measures may bo necessary, as tho estimates of the various departments have not been received. It is felear. however, that the two sources of revenue I have Just mentioned should be preserved, no matter what tho department estimates may be. Of course, It rests with the Congress to say what shall be done. I am merely stuting what my recoiumen-datiou- s of these particulars will be. It is to be noticed that thu reten- tion ot sugar duties Is a"dlstinctly , revenue measure," which means tnai I .. ... mmiri. . ... . ..1..1.. aA J IIIUUI-.- - Distress iu (lie Stomach. There are mnny people who havorPiiE a distress in the stomach titter meals. it is duo to indigestion ami easily The remedied by taking one of Chamberlain's Tablets after meals. Mrs. Hen ry Padgan, Victor, N. Y writes "For somo time 1 was troubled with headache and distress In my stomach, after eating, also with constipation. About six months ago I began taking Chamberlain's Tablets. They regulated thu action of my bowels mid tho headache and other annoyances censed In a short time." Obtainable everywhere. hi TnE Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 Rkpublicak and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. THE SEWING MA NEW USE LI I I V-VE- R-L AX , OF QUALITY. a How To Protein Croup. . It may be a surprise to you to NOT learn thut in many cases croup can SOLD Mrs. II. M. Johns, UNDER be prevented. Kltda, Ohio, relates her experience ANY (iows: .vy little boy is subject OTHER to croup. During tho past winter' NAME. Feol right all tho time. Don't lay oil I kept a bottle of Chamberlain's from work for days by taking- - calomel keenJ VOi Cough remedy in the house, and xvhrn nloasant WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. ' If. fSXI llw when hu began having thut croupy , Ifjoit purchase tho NKW IIOMK you will nn' .ini... .inf .?M Vl Inultin Vflll l , V l IWr cough I gave hint one or two doses of lmv.,aiifoawutU.pric8yo.trMy,undwlii , h, Y can'tafford : ilnn!i nlntiiuj sva. it and It would break the uttnckv 1 nolIuveanttullcsHchalnofrepalN. tern and relieves constipation. A nat llko It better for children than any I "it r .i Quality ' ural remedy, natural in its actions, aura other cough medicine because cull-- 1 in its effect and certain in resulta. It Considered di en take it willingly, and it is safe will won't bo lorn? boforo Llo- - Vr-La- x everyand reliable." Obtainable completely displaco calomel in everi it u tho home. Children can tako it freely anl m' where. with perfect safety. Every bottle jniar. GieapcJt nnteeil. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nona Chniubci Iain's Tablets. in the end genuino without thu likeness and h1; nais a medicine Intended cspec- This ture of; L. K. CJrujaby. For salo by t to buy. Inllm oiuiubvh wuuu.io, u.i.uualull tl1i t ft.tl fl .! ,..! Ill la lllltmitl II IS rCSOriUU IU SUIUIJ IU JJUl J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Ky It Is nicet- itt tho Treasury nnd with no refer- - uess nnd constipation, If you wutaht'wlni;nLichlae,xTlU) for enco to Protection for tho growers lug with much success and rapidly our latent eutuloguo Ufore you purcluM., lot sugar cane and sugar beets. Of gaining In favor and popularity Ob- - The gw Urjma Sewing Hadtta Co.. Craige, H22S. For pitlnaj In thi a irooj reved)jg .. v. U Dr. UlU-ut! 1'u.iu l'UU, COUroUa lUl'ru will uu avuiu luwiuruuu uuhmmiv vvwj HOME Fnr T.n7v T.ivr and the Troubles of Constipation. ax f:V""',l ," r-i- :? ss Getting the Dollar From Under the Stump Ubw Up to Date Farmers Are Easily and Economically Realizing on Land Hitherto Impossible of Cultivation. ROUT "100,000.000 (teres of land Included In fnrms throughout tliu United States ore Unit .each Acre conul lie made to produce il least t'S wortli of produce cr year, there ! approximately $10,000,000,000 Quite a being lost finntially. tidy figure. And wlien we take Into nmslderatlon Hint in many cases It requires only Hie removal of sundry n.imiw unit boulders to make ttils land trotltable. U certainly looks an though minrfhlfi-- r mlglit le dot.eto .save the Stuni.ltii; with dynamite" Is :istc. bothnn' economical, quick unci, tabor jtiilng tnejhinl as well an one that H won lug In Ki'(il.irlty dally. I'ue method Involved in hc blasting pf n stump Ih to confine a quantity of explosive Jh such n manner lli.it when exploded tin exp Hiding gases will lift Deepening the Farm For Bigger Crops The Third Dimension of the Farm an Important Factor to Crops and Bigger Dividends. farmer are hctrlunlng to that a farm goes farther than length mid bleadth. liepth Is i vital factor, .iiid luihletitally this third dl Greater. . A l unlm-move- To e the stump out of tlf ground cure best results tlie charge should he placed, in the oil well under the bucj of the stump at the point where the resistance offered to the roue of the explosion will ho ciii.il mi nil sides. Where the noil Is of u heavy clay or plastic nature a slow acting ponder Is ponder or such f (referable,powder. us farm thp stumping Where earth U sandy or loose and (s apt to permit the easy cscnpa of gases u fait explosive, such us 10 to 00 per lent dynamite should be used. The condition of Ihe soil with respect i moisture also has n reat tulluence upon the amount of noik that a certain iiu.tutlty of powder will do. After heavy rains when the soil Is .saturated to the hasp of the stump and the subsoil is just damp Is it most favorable condition.- No set rules as to the amount of ponder necessary to blast a certain kind or ilre of stump ran be given, since dltTeirtit conditions govern all cases Two slumps of the ume sire, kind ami age of cut. when one Is grown on well drained soil whcie the roots must rviictmtc a cir.il depth for water and the other Is crown on Mill where tliele Is always nuler near the surface, will domain! different ireaiinent for exiim nun. The older Mumps, especially If from timber free from resin, less ponder. The exact amount ticcc-suTor set conditions can. however, he rcudMy determined with n little experimenting. IV w tools and supplies are iciilrcd. f A one mill Inch wood auger f about four and nlth a k feet long, n medium sized cionbar. a round pointed shovel and J wooden tamping Stick, together with the powder, fuse and cups, will serve to Oil the bill. ry one-halsl.-.mone-hal- "JPi ff nf y-IS- realize uiciisloii has a ilcarly Itlontllleil luilu euce upon the producing value of the earth's surface. Thus "ertlcal farming," a newer hicIIiikI of agriculture, Is rapidly ile icloplng. Merely to scrape the hrls. ties from a lion's hide Is not enough. Keeper cutting Is essential in order to reach the bacon. And experience has shown that (o simply plow or turn the tup soil is icry olten only the scratching of the surface when It comes to dumper crops Often the productivity of a farm U Untiled by the tight clay or hard pan underlying the top soil. Costly implements for tlllliiij' this uppen soil and bikini: care of Increased horizontal or surftue acreage are nil right In their way, but to go deeper Into the farm, to Iticicu-- e Its fertility stid productive Hess by Increasing its depth, Is a matter that Hie practice of lertleal farm lug accomplishes quickly and econom Ically, and ery often n single cartridge of explosive will com ert several .wirds of otherwise tweless subsoil Into half an acre of new root feeding surface. Thus, instead of spreading out and embracing mote territory, vertical farming enables the farmer lo really concentrate mid tiy Intensive met hods conserves In both labor and expense. At the same time the resulting In crops cmptmslrci the profitable features of the process. Ami there Is a practical reason for this. Ity breaking up the subsoil oxygen is admitted into the ground, and the pent up natural fertlllzlns elements of the lower soils are released and utilized. A reservttlr for the storag of water is ii cited, and a good home for flood roots the roots Is produced, are essential to good plants. Men, who look below the surface realize these facts. They know also that a plant produces only In proportion to the extent of air. water Hid nourish incut given Its roots. Thus Is the new. farming both or method of ' logical and profitable. This method. of farming .'crllcatly H Itself easy, simple and labor saving. half cartridge charge of farm pow tier placed well down Into the tight Niibsoll At iuterials of about a roil, tamped properly and lired carefully will do the work quickly and econom. Ically. Subsoil blasting, lion ever, can be done .successfully only when tba subsoil Is dry. ' Kcw tools are required for the wort In A Straightening Streams With Explosives In Road Building One of the newer method of roud building that Is fast w liming the Indorsement of the better lerseil untrue-to- r Is that of employing d)namlte Tor reducing the lieniy work tirailing through hard ground or rock. for Install' e. Is ledloiis and require time and labor The use of d.wiumltc for blasting suih material Is a welcome relief. IMli rock mid bard dii ma) be loosened In the 'Ut til well pluied cluirires of pxplushes If holes are drill cd Into the ground a Itllte n.iy up the bank and hahd. Careful spuing mid lo.idi'jg fur electrically tired Itl.ist.s will donn IhUIi cIiism-- of result l'i lirln-lu- g uiatenals in the best osslile uinuui-- r s Dynamite Kgjpil.ttis were noted history ifrr their irop- - because, a li!tcs, tiiey 'sowed theli scciN in .the Nlie." 'I'lilt (Iocs not moan lh.it they tirtu.'illy.ciist the seed In ! ricr At icrtalu Kasous of the jp.ii the Nile overflows lis bunks, depositing on cither lioro.--i i It.li silt or c.i rlli that is btghtv umdUcli'c to buiupci- - crops, ciiul tlie lOgy'pll.iu. realizing this, wise profited thcreh.i. Water - :i necessity. 'I'he tiniest T.rooks ii to rivers play ait Important part in tin- - scheme of things Inasmuch us Hiey are niitnie's way of .; ,.:,wmmimmi:. m mite &EsmwS& SLri K.rsssf.i &&JBk&i ,m,imMmwwmfWnvtfmmSmtirT 5Maaafaaaaaaaily"faWWlt.MiWilfAJiriai7 '"" 3&mLr.mT' Ji.MmFr aaaaafgjawf.?wlsVg &$ZSLi& SmMll'Miv i & - Si' 5 IIMaaaKiaaWBaafiliilfeaBW1aBBaaaaaaa aaaaT --. .: aaiawin i ia ii BBBB7BBBKE9,llBBanaMaBKSP'SBlLaBBE - ?.:! iwi'i iam w 1 .,' n i k VJW? & . 'S.Kr ' i wmmmmammmMmwmmm FIELP UHPROFITABLE STUMP i - f V AN COVERED ml A regularities their How. unieioiis cause t hem to about i p.ireull) M.tsiefiil nays. ;ii,d imvlis-iips- s li.is .ulle.I to these tlou-l.- I Much hits . ii written on lnw to , l by a"oft'!i dilllnooil mil di.n; ,i tree or till , hut if the expert-- j to lo;-;,- i il.iui.s :ui. vllidb U'- -. :m es of -- (on-of r.imoiis oirhun!i-t- s Ml of (lie-- .- thiiu help to liolil the i" ie any weibi on ib.. l.j.i.- tben Hie llo.nl of u.'ilcis link it i it i.iu-c.tliei 'ir.u r!' - of ii In ; dy iiauille picliiuiiim i liouifiiig oi mwuiuI"-.- , whi.-l i.iil, oe I'o I'laifliiiu' Mdiug tiee- - lia- - fully .'llji.v l.n.il 'ih.ii loii.d ,n- - mule pioilt.iiily il- - tniTiis. ii. c, lor r.uniln- -. but also lorui Hue -- eon I lie will-'i- lias i'. he's lor IIUcMHltoes Mild cMiuiph- - i'l the Ml III'' mill ciii-- l ot hotposis eiicc of tree planting with dynamite Uie iMii-- c nil iiuiiual ruuiiui: Inio jii a prhn.e . In ihe i n. l! loli ol i.il::iii I' year . sueh In this it.iy r uie.-iudci' in-,loosi-en-Il, e I llic . lo-e.tlL-Jite.iliu-- ;j o9 riiMmtes the U. if iwu way v r . V. h SJt,'Ji'J.SmtT.'mi i m dFlSkS-'mMlW3Z ' imp n;T. '..' - .. .. "yy "-- v?f ,r iI ':n i EN MONTHS AFTER QOOV05?TH 0FCEUPV Burrowers-Sevare- PL? Blasting Ground For Tree Planting I'! in t ! lie fill, It i -.- tor tiee planting ficiaii-- e ic.it in ill foi - done .It Ibis tune of the l lu-s- t lo Itl.i-ti- comlitiiiu nu-i in the spring planting, howeier. is niin-l- i n cileh the iii sub-o- il boiler id.iutliig duj the time ol selling the tiees they art lell without further until iinling the fact that apt to - wet or damp If the bob are blasted In I hole-lit-- sub-o- , -l il ad'.'.ice cf .f ' , i ' m s ' , - Dipram '..Mi of Stream. Troubles That May Oj Corrected by Dlasting. l'.ut be. .to ll.lllll'u'h die- do hot nlwii.vs Jllio iiiu.ilhui and liii-ii- - .' lOI'lltll i UCIOIlllllg Ho:!, IciUe.s iuipi lie their )ogress. ii'erli iiiglnu siifmt's mid tiees retard eour-e- s a' h i ih mi's desires or w and. one o in :u!d. ci'iiiiiu.il. i p. (hilly ,... ol the foci that iili.n-- t iiisi,iii relief may to l by .i le.--. well placed ih.ll-gC.Not only will of iyiiauilli lilil-t- -llu- -e olll the hililt .11. ll hellds "nil lo'llnle ledges and Mini hai-- ., but tli.'.v will ib epeii and li'.i iloe tin- - ll.intit'is n- - iiatilK' has leal ly Intended. Incidentallv by sliuUht cuing (he wludisd c.nir-i- - of a mi'l mill Ii men of tl.ible laud .in be ol. tallied mid firm ix-- i :il inn in in. my in st.iuies ui'iile much en-l- tldli.s i. iii t Imi1i TO PS OIL h.-.i- SSS 'BrOKCN SUB5VIL - , ' AT , "4W.. 'swffl& ; J,', ." or CRACKS THE SOIL. BUT USUALLY THE BLAST THOROUGHLY LEAVES A CAVITY OR POTHOLE AT THE BOTTOM TMS MUST nowadays. The In a eartriiluo of driiamlle in the midThing nunc ij'iii-U'IE FILL'ED. i. Tillage "t )os(i.il,iv tomorrow's dle hole of the luie--'i- f cli.trged hole- - mid anil litcd will do tie work iuctloxbs Mi ed - :l treu plant licr tlni 'inle-- s it Is deslr-abl- e usually bs 'llfferencp in growth lielwecn the single nxi or hoi" ucwer iiictlioits that -- in . of lapldl-t.- i ro add sonic inmiiire or fertiliser tree mid the lice planted depciKlcil iioii io eci:itea ditch fioiu' and liLof mid iimiici -- .ivlii'-- :ue hi lo be dlTusei! through the soil. This in blasted ground being so iinmlstak thirto nine fe.x wide and alxiut Is nn excellent practice, especially In ilciuiiint Wheie linger i lily lu favor of the latter that no ty to on,i ttu lies deep poor -- oil. If the earth N sour, sticky comparison could be made many d'lctips me li'ipilied the holes can be Kitclies Unit mice pounds of llnie scattered In a Furthermore, there arc so many sane iiiltot ale iei ui.iile ileeiu-ilsjys of hand ol an.l IimiIisI tieavier. or lu for this method of the hole will materially ns-l- -t being bl.ixlcil out in A in..-- 1 Hie twill 'two in ipoie tines or holes, spaced frou' Mill logical nil-m- is the clay mid Keeping It perpi en the most skei-licii- l lice ilmitl'ig I'.y degicc- - man h jtlnce to four be or in enkllng could nut fall to be convinced. manently gianulated and t.wn-lemullig to adopt soiop or icMMie's -- mi ' I in IdeiilnlU 'he holes cm be iinulc hi luiiucillatcly after the blast the soft Obviously nhpn a tree ha- - to uo a And the gol the roughest kind of swamp or in ttoud jik. toil mighty lories Ida-le- d - In ground should be dug out down be- - am' ihn old Mother Cm III iiiin-- beds, n help other method o' It'.rge part ((f Its cnerglc.- soil fo'vlug ii can tlirough the linid to tin locit ion of the charge, where ).U- - elc.-itcby liei iiiitlltal llllie.lal-Uli- 'l me pruciicaily iuqwi-slblpspctleil to make th" ;i hole w III usually hp found about Plilitlois .tie Lelllg duplicuicd ill When tlie soil - dry or the neither not fie growth and coiiie into sinie sm-l- i i the sle of a Tills rapid ny some of the e methi he propagated - too (old lo ii ui.ulci way h hIkivp low od of Itldsliui; oinl up to dale fanners ' """ IMgging illlciu's with dyiiiinile Is rnelng farm or tuni(lug stvder Is 7 in holes rtpicaii farther npart. 6ituply ii newel and uiou- iiiquoved I ,. , TGPSOIU r tieiiih building. The uieth-o- Kiten in l.irte dltelie- uiUln-i- l far as four hole (s simply to or lii employed In licl n(irU feer. In this case each iiuiich liolrc fioin c.ighlccn t" twenty-fou- r must be pi lined with nn ejfCtrlc cup. d inilii'K deep aio'ng'tlic tine us ttie explosive shuck will not propa.) ditch and thee load cicli bote w'tlli gate lu diy ground r clmige of ,rii per cut stt nuht dyiu 'ihe chcape-- t lineal fom or sm-il- l lit tc ilitc!' - iibtaliieil i using the elcitrlo ing stretches of dttcli can Ik loaded ilrlug uipthod mi! raitu or siiiinpln; uj hied hi ouc in ic tu.e cup pla--'pondci. -- hym ' a t K. cou-iim- Ditch n a Flash Supliers and pntlrle ilo:s are th" bane of western farmers, while in the enst woodcliiii ks are the type of bur roiling aiiliual- - tlmt uiiK' the tillers sii.m' .ii tin 1. io t.icilt of the -- oil to foi gel -- oine of the things In slinK'l v 'i I. ilyn.i tute ll.llid or i the doiiiiiiie ii ll.-- tin in on Sundays. I (on I.eoii.iido Kli.. ii rallfonil.i lllite is also leiy i 'lis ill e - w lille -- tillupH from tin- root bed Jnsl laneher. ays "dy imniltc Is the pr.iter nun be blu-ti- Iboiull I'lCl ll'llloVPll U'eilli-iiito glie groiiud sqiiiircl, ated .mil 'rmn ii Held to Ih . dog- -, (! " sh ill. led tiy Itolllilers :il4i itie an iu h uml a halt or two 'fake nn w I. en of leird fock Iticlic- - of dy 'laiulie I'm It lu a I'lt of suitable t'lto Mirl.n In.' -- tone. cloth or scleral thlckii si ..t paper mat Ik eiii-h.- il -n the long to tonn a suiull ituiuil art i id iii- - Tie The ale diP'ties u nill - li'.i-i. in ull'.ill dlti lies the cloth or pupci Uriuly iiIhuii one 'is.'piug wltli Ihe ii itutc of tlie m'ouuil u pt e of luse twelie ol four end of In I in i theic are no limits pno lb altv long, but do not c a c ip icen io ihe many uses and adianiages of p liiseit one of tlie-- ch'ir'.'cs well Into care-iii- . for load the uiiluih ol eierj' hole ami pack 'lyiKiuiitc thoughtful hiiililluj; when glicu attention Is and oo-- e leaving dul iuoilinl the tll-elioiighiof the end outside to IJght cas io the voil. Iici'lciilully the planting of Mimic l.l-lly the lu-- e .mil go on to the lit in.iil-'i,l- e Improvement mid ines ne.t hole 'lliete will be no c.xplo-lo- n is gnatly f.n illt.ited liy Tliele Ic'n;. nn enp or otic r deto the Judicious e n little dynamite liator, the ihnatulte v I'l s'tup'y burn, ii Is it t n.'iiled i'i t that trees plant fa t'eli-- e. filtlil.' the hole with id in bl.istisl I. !es glow much more -- title that will iilmo-- t nil 'illy (ti.it J 'ui't'ss mote laituMbly iiutl then kill ciery living ihlng Ihuir those pI.uiMil ,a (he aierage iuih (lug ground ino-iMl- n, 1 sti-iin-sl W.-l.i'-cpi.-tlrlI ill-.td iui-he- u-e. tr i.-- u. Priming a Dynamite Cartridge To pioperly prime a dynamite or farm ponder cartridge four things are essential the cap. the fuse, the e;ir tridge nud u crimping tool. The method lu Itself Is i cry simple. KIrst cilmp the priming cup about the fuse, usiug the crimping tout as -- I i'i-- iiin'-ltiii- r - no Immediate danger In handling a stick of furiu powder if the user will use but nn ordinary amount of cur and lulflligcncc. A common incorrect method of priming is to punch ii hole right through the cartridge, pass the capped fun I - icct-iip.- d. ilib-lui- e. hii-h- el ba-k- -- u-- - u-- x "MmMki spfetf, ' dc-iiv- the Cap to th Fuie. shown in the illustration. Next punch n jdlugonnl bole in the cartridge with the end of the crimping tool, tuuUliiK the hole deep enough to entirely bury Tying Foa nd Cjp to Cartridge. the cup. Insert the cap tt.to this hole and U the fuse to the side of the tar- - through It, then insert In another dla;c-onhole below the lirst hole. So tying is necessary to hold the cap lu the cartridge. This method Is called "lac-In- s the fuse through the cartridge." It Is unsnte utid unreliable. The fuso ht likely to break ;tt the. tdinrn turns and the powder train spit lire through Crimping w j ul THE ROOTS ARE FIRMLY EMBEDDED IN RICH TOP60IL. SURROUNDED SUBSOIL. BY MELLOW. WELL DRAINED earlv bearing as a tree nould that hid must bo lillol to pruteut ltllug of tb The root), should be had the ground in which It was planted placed lu n natural position In good top thoioughly prepared by dynamlilnK soil, envoi iii with more tup boil and No tree should tie planted nier hard ti culcil don tt tirui. The hole run then pan or Impacted .subsoil without llist be lilleil to u little above the suifa-- u resorting n blasting, so tlmt the soli wltli sub-oi- l, may bo ta'ide open and porous Such The fact that nearly all commercial blasting not only crrute chnniiels. lu nrcliatdl-t- s use this method pr'Ae nbMirptl'iu of soil uioItuieuiiil tut It pays lu reduced first year loss, permits deeper rooting, but It also lu earlier fruiting and larger and better ' l"ld duces better growth and larger yield crt-use. f) v jS C h fe Loitdinq. Th Ditch. fJLATINC OITCHCS THHOyQW sVaP. Th Finiihxd Cartridge Primed. of tlie hreuk. setting lire to the cnrtrldi:o cord. Instead of exploding it, or the fuse If Ihe Job is done carefully anil cor- uiuy miss hre ultogether, leavlUK uu rectly the entire outfit will look like unexpliHled charge In the hole, or It Illustration No. 1, and the priming will niity hung hre for half nn hour or hult be complete. ti day uud cause u serious accldeuL Ignorance, fear or carelessness are Short cuts do not pay lu UdQdlluc ei Uic caue of must ucchleut 'I'heie plosives nidge Miking Cap Hols In Cartndg. nlth a stout pli-t-