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No. 19 boards to perform tholr plain nnd sworn duty nnd to glvo him votes which tho people cast for him on election day. GUNS "Wo hnvo the fullest confidence lu tho courts of our State and we Ibellove that we will bo given our rights and the votes the people gave ElectedDe Mr. Morrow and that the biased acDeclares Morrow tion of these prejudiced and partisan J Jggling of Figures. Democratic canvassing boards will bo overruled. "Wo want only tho votes the people cas.t for Mr. Morrow. Nothing Crookedness All Over State. Ow. inoro nnd nothing less will satisfy of the commonwealth of , the people ensboro, McCracken County Kentucky. "These partisan election commisOwsley County Especially. sioners will sooner or later be compelled to answer to tho people for their atempts to take from Mr. MorLouisville. Nov. G. -- Maurice I.. row the olllce to which he has been v '"!' Gtiivln. Ciiolrmnn of the Republican elected." o'Ate cav.pt.lRit committee, Isnuetl a hint i tne nt In which lie announced School Fair Held tit Fordsville n tliat the olllclal returns Htlll Indicated Great Success. a rood lead for Mr. Morrow. The School Fair held at Fordsville, In the course of his statement, Mr. Ky., October 30, was a grand (iulvln pointed to the attempts of liy ten o'clock 3,000 people the members of canvassing hoards in hud gathered In town to enjoy tho Juggle the Democratic counties to day. The parade started at eleven. figures In favor of Mr. Stanley. He This was probably tho greatest sight was assorted that every precaution ever witnessed In Kordsville. 1,500 being taken to prevent fraud and he flying and each hy the children with colors declared that the vote as cast school headed by a special banner people of Kentucky last Tuesday will lent great enthusiasm for the occalie protected at any cost. sion. The races occurred Just before "The oftlclal returns In our hands dinner. Immediately after dinner put Mr. .Morrow In the lead." said some of tho leading educators of Mr. Cm Win. "The contest Is close. Kentucky delivered addresses along It h a horso race and a blanket will educational lines and also on the cover the contestants nt the finish. subject of Agriculture. A large Hut for the frauds against and the number of articles made by the school thefts from Mr. Morrow en election children were displayed In the various day and since, no blanket wps ever rooms. Work lu manual training. woven that would have been large Domestic Science, reading, drawing, hiiouru to have covered the distance agriculture, etc.. were.dlsplayed. the Republican nominee would have Thjs Sqhool Fair was not well adled Mr. Stanley in this race. vertised, and was really not n county "The fraud complained of Is no fair, however, it was a success beIdle charge, (ireat frauds were per- yond our greatest expectations. petrated on election day and attempts Wo have voted to have a County ut fraud have been mado since then School Fair at Fordsville, on the and are still being made as shown second Friday In October, 1D1G. Evby tht outrageous action of certain ery teacher, pupil and farmer In county canvassing boards on which county are Invited and urged to The Ohio i. the Democrats have a majority. have take part in this great movement for Democratic canvassing boards schools, better roads, better consistently determined all questions better and a better county. and in favor of farms Hgaiust Mr. Morrow A lurge number of worthy premMr. Htauley. In spite of thcjjierlts iums will be offered next year for or demerits of the various claims. ti tho winners of the various contests. What Whs Done. program of this fair will be pub- Democratic A Ow ensboro the "At 'lished soou. members of the Daviess county canvassing board counted in their oftlclal figures tho returns from a pre- Small Attcnilunre at Farmers Institute. cinct which showed on their face The Farmers' Institute held at more votes than ho received In this 6th,-waone precinct alone. Republican elec- Hartford November 5th und by a small number of Ohio tion officers were given a certificate attended on election night signed by the coun- county farmers, .who are striving to ty clerk and showing that Stanley ' run their farms on an Improved received 125 votes. The official method. These men who attend tho count gave Stanley 155 votes which j Institute regularly can be Identified progressive with the vote for Morrow was thirty jas tho most votes more than there were ballots farmers In the county. They arc wise enough to take advantage of opporon election day. "The election commission In, Hart tunities for Improvement such as are county refused to count a precinct oilered thru applying scientific dewhich gave Mr. Morrow a majority tails which are explained to them by or ninety, basing their action on the 'able lecturers. ' The speakers at the above meeting ground that tho certificates takeu more were .from Indiana, Connecticut and from the official count showed votes cast than there were ballots lowu. I Hero neru suiue kuuii wmn iibctl on election day. Tho condi- from home farmers. Officers for the ensuing year were tions in Daviess and Hart counties county the elected us follows: Henry M. I'irtle were alike, yet In Daviess Democrats ruled lu favor of Stanley Pres.; J. K. Mitchell, Vice Pres.; W. and In Hart county they rule ngalnst E. Travis. Sec; J. E. Mitchell, E. O. Austin, W. II. Rhoads and John H. Mr. Morrow. hand- Wilson were selected as delegates to "In Paducah, 127 votes were county the State Institute. The date for the ed over to the McCracken canvassing hoard by tho election off- next meeting is December 4. These ballots icers as questionable lllrthduy Surprise. had been marked under tho RepubliThe children and relatives of Mr. can emblem and also under an Independent emblem. Tho Independent A. R. I'irtle. of Owensboro gave him ticket had but one candidate, a nom- 'a surprise birthday tlluner the Oth' birthday nnlversary inee for circuit judge, and no candi- jas the 74th tho office had been named which was very mucn enjoyea oy nu date for Tho Intention .who were present: A., It. Plrtle and hy the Republicans. voter was to cast his vote for wlfeT'F. W. I'irtle nnd wife. A. V. of the the whole Republican ticket and for Rowan and wife. W. M. Helilln and tho caridldato for judge on the Inde- wife, John Hellln, Mrs. W. U. Heflln nnd Son. Leo. II. It. Plrtle and wife, pendent ticket. nnd daughters, Mary nnd Gertrude, Appellate Court Decision. "The Court of Appeals of Ken- G. C. Plrtle and wife nrd daughter, 4 tucky in tho case of Raker vs. Dlns-mor- o Elizabeth, if. M. Plrtle Jr., I.uclle as Is shown In volumo 13S of I'irtle, T. J. Dorolt and wife nnd Kentucky court reports, pago children Miss Lena, Katherine, und tho 277, decided that ballots marked as Tom Zenor, and Uglno Doriot. F. W. Plrtle. lhebe have been marked should ,be " counted for tho Republican ticket If We Hud Protection Now. and for the Independent candldato Why talk about prosperity as long for Judge. In the face of this decision, and lu the face of the right and as there ure two million people out tho Justice of Mr. Morrow's claim, of work? And those conditions will Free-Trad- e 4ho canvassing board refused to count exist as long as we are uuder a system, If we were under u these 127 ballots for the Republican gubernatorial nominee. In these Protective Tariff at present the Amer counties of McCracken, Daviess and ican people would bo seeing the most Hart Mr, Morrow was compelled to prosperous times they ever saw lu brine injunction suits in the courts ;this country. Sparks (Okla.) lo force tho Democratic canvassing GALVIN STANDS BYJIS tspite sue-eeb- s. s I ! , I say of this city, and his son. Dr. Amos, of Now York, and ono daughter, Mrs. Rawls Aloore, of WashingIN JUDGESHIPS WITH FINE AND APOLOGY ton, D. C. The body will bo brought to his home for burial, and funeral DEFENSE PLAN services will be held at the Wallonla (Trigg county) Democrats On 69 Benches; Re- Son of Former Senator Pays $100 urday morning Christian church Satnt 1 1 o'clock. and Expresses Regret For Dr. Amos was principal lu the sen- Former Secretary of publicans on 51 Fifteen sational trial held hero In March, Shooting Brohtn. Opposes Program. 1910, the leader of the Night Rtder Are raids made on Hopklusvllte on the night of December G, 1907. Ho was Acting with the consent of the acquitted by a jury Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 0. Outside after only a brief Characterizes Wilson's Proposal Fayette and Commonwealth's Attorney and the consideration of the case. of Jefferson, Kenton, as an Open Challenge to Campbell counties as a result of the principal prosecuting witness, F. M. election November 2, In which the Cockrell, Jr., son of, former United lfoekcr Cecil. Christianity. Republicans Rained six Circuit Judges Stutes Senator F. M. Cockrell, Sr., of Mr. Oswald Hocker, of Hartford, there are on the Circuit bench six- Missouri, today pleaded guilty in sou of Mr. Joe Hocker. and Miss teen Democrats and fifteen Republi- Criminal Court to a misdemeanor Gola Cecil, daughter of Mr. J. S. Washington, Nov. 5. Former Sec for shooting and wounding of Wil- Cecil, were married Wednesday ev- retary cans. Bryan came out squarely Fayliam B. Brohru, vice president and ening at Beaver Dam. Rev. Creel Including Jefferson, Kenton, against President Wilson's national ette and Campbell bounties, which general manager of Grainger & Co., performed the ceremony. After the defense plan today in a formal statehuva continuous terms of court, Dem- August 4 at a director's meeting, wedding the bride and groom left ment in which he took issue with. the ocratic Circuit Judges will preside and wan fined $100 nnd costs. for Owensboro. In the future they Brohm was shot Just below the will reside at the home of the groom's President's views. counties of over Justice in sixty-nin- e "A departure from our traditions, Judges right lung and the bullet passed father. Kentucky nnd Republican a reversal of our national policy, a through his body, hut he quickly refifty-onJudge William Reed, of menace to our peace and safety, and Paducah and Judge John S. Rhea, of covered from the wound and was Hanilett'M 1ead is Very Small. to be at his office two weeks , Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 10. Barks-dal- e a challenge to the spirit of ChristianRusesllvillc, are the only Democratic able ity which teaches us to influence Judges with opposition, who were after the shooting. Today he stood Hamlett has a lead of 2,407 in by example rather than by ' beside his assailant in court and returns received up to noon today others elected. exciting fear," is Mr. Bryan's view of W. L. Malone, Republican candi- agreed to the small fine for a mis- over J. P. Lewis in the race for Sec- the national defense plans. withdrew, demeanor. date in the EIeventh, retary of State, with Daviess, GarThe former Secretary of State's In asking tho court to accept tho rard, Laurel, Lincoln, McCracken, leaving Judge I. H. Thurman unopstatement, which reiterates views he of tho Common- Aluhlcnburg and Wayne counties posed, while W. S. Spragens, nomi- recommendation lias previously expressed on the subnated by the Democrats to succeed wealth and tho prosecuting witness missing. Estimates on the missing ject of preparedness for war wa3 reCockrell filed this writ- counties reduce hs majority to 139. Commonwealth's Attorney C. S. Hill, counsel for garded as the opening gun in the who was defeated by Judge Thurman ten, statement prepared and signed Lewis is here, and it Is understood fight which Admlnistvation leaders in the primary, was defeated by B. T. .by Cockrell: both parties have employed attorneys c;pc-c-l in Congress against adoption This I "I deslro to state that I sincerely to look after their interest where con- of tht plan. Harding, of Campbelsvllle. Mr.. Bryan's statement case is offset by the victory of Com- regret the occurrence which caused tests are pending. says in part: monwealth's Attorney J. M. Waugh, 'the Indictment. herein. I did not "I have read the President's speech Intend at any time to injure the in the Thirty-secon- d who was A Suffragette Campaigner. at New York with sorrow and condistrict, although Judge Red-wl- prosecuting witness, William B. Miss Dorothy Newell, Whose reg- cern. He is"" doing what he believes I Brohm. I hnve not had and have was defeated. ular job is to play the role of Pas- to be his duty, and so long as a man I The Republicans picked up the now no personal feeling against htm sion in "Experience," and who says follows his conscience and judgment, Fourth district, where Carl Hender- and It was foreign to any purpose of that agitating for woman suffrage" is no ihould not criticize his motives. son, of Marlon, well known as a cap- mine to do him violence. While I her advocation, paraded the streets hut we may be compelled to dissent tain of the militia during the night believe the shooting of Mr. Brohm of Now York with "Votes for Women froir, bis conclusions. I feel it my defeated Lee Gibson, of was entirely nccldental I now ap-- . painted on her back. Unlike the duty to dissent, and as he has given rider trouble, Madlsonvllle, for the bench vacated predate that the possession and dis- heroine of a Rider Haggard novel, his views with clearness and emphaby Judge Gordon, when the latter play of the pistol was a grave mis- -' who hesitated to show that she was sis, thote who differ from him are my part. I am glad that made an heiress through the medium sought nomination to succeed Judge take on under a like obligation to express Nunn on the Appellate Dench. They the outcome has not been serious of a will 'tattooed upon her back, themselves with equal clearness. ' en Miss Newell had no hesitancy about annexed the Sixth district by the de- for Mr. Brohm and that he has "He says that his position is differIn view of these displaying feat of Circuit Judge T. F. Blrkhead, tirely recovered. the portion of cuticle ent from that of the private individuI apologize for my conof Owensboro, nt the hands of his conditions which bore the slogan of her party, al in that the individual is free to fellow townsman, R. W. Slack. The duct, and nsk that I be allowed to and a sufficient adjacent area to at- speak his own thoughts and risk his remainder of their acqulstlons were plead guilty to the misdemeanor in- tract general attention. own opinion. This sentence is a lit in Eastern Kentucky and W A. Young cluded In the indictment and subject "For several years my best friends tle obscure. Insofar as he expresses punishment as the have complimented me upon my his own opinion, he does not differ of Morchead, Is the only Democratic myself to such Judge In the mountains of Kentucky. court may deem proper to impose." beautiful back," the portrayer of from the private citizen except that E. C. Hydeu, who defeated Judge Passion is quoted as saying, "and an he speaks under a sense of official Dentil of Mr. Jas. T. Felix. for the Democratic Hugh Riddell I responsibility, but where a nation's inspiration came to me ' Mr. James T. Felix, father of Mr. could make my back into a poster disnomination in the Twenty-thir- d fate is involved In a policy every trict was In turn dofeated by J. P. Frank Felix, publisher of the Hart- for woman suffrage." private citizen who loves his country ford Herald, died last Saturday at Adams, Republican, of Beattyvil.le. "So in leading New York hotels, nud tries to serve it is conscious of 's:15 p. m. at the home of his sister, and other places where crowds conJudge D. W. Gardner, of the responsibility. The President will after a hot raccMn' tho Mrs. John Hoover of near Frieda-lan- gregate," says a chronicler, "Miss oS assume that he Is more deeply primary with his Commonwealth's Newell displayed her charming back in the welfare of his country Mr. Felix hnd for some time preAttorney, W. H. May. lost his seat on with the alluring 'appeal,- - 'Vote for an the millions who elected him to vious to his death, made his home Women' painted in large black let- tli the bench in the election to A. T. b., for tho tlmo brine, their spokeshere in Hartford with his son and ters thereon.' Patrick. man. And If, at he evidently tv-- i has many friends who will learn of Judge M. M. Redwlne, appointed There's a more than twice told eves, he is giving olce to tho opinby Gov. McCreary to succeed Judge his death with much sadness. tale about a gay gtrl who drew. a ions of his countrymen, he U, of to He had gone to Fricdaland J. U. Hannah, In the Thirty-secon- d salary from a distillery for display- course, anxious to have them as frank district, when Judgo Hannah was ap- make a visit to his relatives there ing a tattooed advertisement recom- with him as he has been with them pointed to the Appellate bench, was and to attend to some huslness. Fri- mending a brand of whiskey. But how otherwise can he know whether defeated by Allan N. Cisco, Republi- day morning ho hnd a violent attack who would, have thought that the ' acute indigestion and after the idea would ever bo revived for uso ' he represents or misrepresents their of can. flj views. severe suffering had ceased he begau in a campaign for woman suffrage "Ho has announced a policy which German Paper Praise America. to sink lower and lower gradually which, we're told, has for Its chief has never before been adopted in thia Berlin, Nov, Nov. 9. Berlin news- until death came. He retained conobject the uplift? Courier Journal. country, and never indorsed by any papers as a rule make no comment sciousness to the end nnd died' q .- party In the country, and he has no on the American note to Groat Bri- death of perfect ease. Both Amendments Were Put way of knowing, until he hears from to Interference with years of ago and tain relative Mr. Felix was, S4 Through. people, whether he has correctly shipping. Summaries of the note as has lived most of his life lu Ohio Ky., Nov. 10. With the Frankfort, Interpreted the will of the public. In Berlin aro published even county. received He joined .the Cumberland ninety-thre- e counties of the 120 re without Indications in headlines of Presbyterian church at an early age porting, nnd Jefferson among those His appeal is not to any party, but ait the significance attached to tho com- and had remained a faithful member Btlll out, tho vote on constitutional t he says, but to men of 'all shades of opinion.' munication. The Morgcn Post, how- ever since. amendment No. 1, permitting tho "He asks for the hearty support of following comment: ever, makes the Funeral services were conducted working of convicts on the public "It Is to ho hoped the lesson lu in- by Rev. B. W. Napier at the homo roads stands 46,530 yes to 27,262 no. the country, meaning, of course, that ternational law which tho Washing- of Mr. and Mrs. Hoover at 11 o'- Constitutional amendment No. 2, al- ho wants tho support, provided tho sermon was lowing tho classification, of property peoplo favor the policy which he ha ton government gives tho .British clock. Rev. Napier's He could not, of course, outlined. government wll make the desired Im- one of those beautiful tributes to a for taxntlon stands 35,231 yes to 8 to pression lu Londou. The bare facts I soul which has without a doubt - Both undoubtedly have ask them not support u policy which no. indorse, especially if they did that the Amerlcau government uses gono to a deserved reward. carried. they considered tho policy dangeroun decided and firm language shows Many friends of Mr. Felix from that the discontent of wide nnd in- hero attended the funeral and burial Car IamuI of Turkeys Wanted For to the country. "From my view of tho subject, the Thanksgiving. fluential Amerlcau circles with Great at tho Sullenger family grave yard. plan which he proposes is not only a debo very Britain must be nssumed to Will pay tho following prices Dr. David Amos Die-- . In the West. livered at Hartford, Ky., Saturday, departure from our traditions but a earnest iu character. Ky.. Nov. 4. Dr. November 13, 1915: Turkeys 13 reversal of our national policy. It Ih Hopklnsvlllo, "It la to be hoped that America peace and will not content herself with a bare David Amos, a prominent physician cents. Hens lOcents. Geese S cents. not only a menace to our energetic or Cobb, hi Caldwell county, died in a Roosters 5 cents. Dux 10 cents. safety, but a challenge to he spirit protest, but will proceed to measures If the case demands and sanitarium in New York yesterday, Guineas 15 cents each. Please do not of Christianity which teaches us to example rather Great Britain's grobs arbitrariness where he had been under treatment feed your poultry on day of delivery. Influence others by . than by exciting fear. does not cease. The program for for somo tlmo, according to news Please tell your neighbors. "The President says that we should Is received bore today. protection of neutrul commerce' Will load at Kronos ou Monday. Dr. Amos had been In bad health Nov. 15 in this afternoon at same bo prepared 'not for aggression, but very pralsoworthy, and America, as for defense.' the strongest neutral power, could for the past two years, and first prices. "There has not been u.tlme Jn fifty thereby do great service to ull neu- went to Boston, whero nu operation W. B. ELLIS & BRO., years when there was le&s reason to was performed for tho removal of a Hartford, Ky. trals if the program should actually add to the expenses of the army and tumor in his throat, ami later' went bo carried out. Now York, where his son, Dr. Fount! in Count In Daviess, j navy, for we aro not only without au, give to Error generally The newspapers Owensboro, Ky., Nov. 10. On n enemy, but our preparedness Is ingreat promise to the affidavits filed Harold Amos, is located. years of ago recount of city precinct No. lpur creasing relatively ns other natlous Borns-torHo waB fifty-eigut Washington by Ambassador nevconcerning tho British patrol and a member of the Christian suant to Judge Dirk head's decision exhaust themselves. And there was educated ut Prof. of this morning, Stanley loses 30 er was a tlmo and there never has boat Baralong, which is said to liavo church. Ho a tlmo In our whole history shot down fifteen members- - of the Ferret's school and was a lieutenant votes. Morrow received 16C votes been company connected and Stanley 125 instead of 155 votes. when our duty to tho world more Imcrew of a German submarine after In tho military they had surrendered or while swim-min- t; with that school. Re Is survived by Stanley's majority In this county Is peratively demanded and the councils of peace. his wife, formerly Mlsa Carrie Lind 1C7 Instead of J97. in the sea. 0. P, GAINS COCKRELL CASE ENDS State d. e. nc Thlrty-flrst'lltstri- d. 25,-90- ' ff setf-restrai- Conscrvntlon of Mnnurc. It on the farm. Thero In no re-- 1 I the most striking pecul source, no bank account, no asset S N ' V ft ! iurlllcs of tho human rnco Is (lit. that anywhero near equnls tho farm m. 'SaM tendency to follow practices or the manuro If the man who owns It Id 01 ILL UnUnlilU hahlts or the fads of others. makes proper use of it at the proper i We pee this in all fields all clarncs time on his farm. . It will bring big profits quicker walks of life, and the farmer i Even the Income and War Taxes was vague because the war has so Is no exception to tho rule. One Tann- than any other thing on tho farm, Brcatly Interfered with normal con- er will plant corn In rows lmcauso mul with the modern manure spread- -' Carry Burden are Unable to At any rate the estimate other farmers are doing It. Another cr the handling of it has ceased to bo ditions. proved rather bad, for the customs will plant in hilts for the same rea a drudgery. If thero Is a machine ' Put On People. receipts for tho year produced only B011 rati,er than hecause of personal the fanner buys today which out$200,000,000, as against $292,000,- - investigation and decision based on classes his plow or his automobile It Demo- - ( nls own experience, 000 for tho preceding year. is the machine? that will help him Washington. I). C Nov. G. At tho ' Occasional)- - there is nn Edison make more out of tho farm manure present fiscal year the de- - crats now Insist that If there had end of the been no war their fiscal problem nmonK the i,,lui owllcra nllIi ,ho ,,,., I... I.ltch the manure spreader. If, licit In the Treasury will amount to At the present tlmulwould have been easy, for they say who t(n tho g0 of lg countryj lulll Held In Kami and Hunch. $100,000,000. If , ,,llr. it is hovering about lu.uuu.uuu. tllcre aii""" up customs revenue had been wo aUn fll, ,lore figures, there i,anki These are the fellows to held ! Is Silliness . sin? In every Democratic uc! who this time v"ia. "ii me gradually change, not only the face of If not. It's wicked to neglect ill- ministration the financial failure ofjwoul "e no to the level tlie rise of Ai the country Is .i.inouiiccd. The Wil- other hand, Republicans say that a ,ho ear,,t ,Mlt ,,, c(mioiis iyB less and means of relief. It's wick Hie fastest sport. KoiimiKliiu-rMl'liertim- c great volume of Imports was held Immediately under the face which ed to endure Mver Ills. Headache, son ndmlnistrntlnu Is no exception. aiiiiiiimilioii in llit vwiild. Not only Is there a deficit, but the back when it became certain that have to do with the producing value Indigestion, Constipation, when ono Y scllini! ' I WliMtrver make of A2 rille you shoot. Heilltliuloll-- l MP Is dose of Podophylliu government today Is being benefited the Democrats were going to revise of the earth's surface. limn any other ("Virilities will tjic Ml it, surer ru-ulWe hear much and often of how (May Apple), without the gripe. It ior the first time in Its history b the tariff downward, and that these in llie worlil. . me law iook eiieci ,M(, telephone, the rural mall , arouses the I.lver, Increases flow the collection of an income tax ami rusuing in alter Co (o the leailing ilcaler the one who displays the hed ,... of bile Nature's antiseptic the the customs receipts above the ...... ...... .,. .11,lnl,1i,.lll ril extra 'war" taxes. Hut still the in . . . . . i Hull Mark of Hi winiti-I',,,., ,,ia Dowels. Your Constipation ami nth after three years manage- - normal mat couiu uc expected under ,i. f.lrll,P III" II It'll .Mill Willi MHirtMIMMl I IlltIK Illimil III"C inuii,iiI M' . raio,l,K' Underwood act. Therefore, In and making a better business man of er Ills disappear over-niglii ent by the Democrats, cannot because carlriiltfp and I sm jmi the year of that law's effect that class of American citizens who inn mul Mimm ming sufficient revenue. Tills condition the second Itillc. ini;l Shut; MhIi-ne- t has helped Nature to Icil," e.n iiT4lion fm in a cIjsi Ii I lirui !! ciitss there would have beet: a Inevitably will lead to the Issue of this country with the products 'move the cause. Get a bottle from1 and tensiiti'ii prrfnnrialice. Druggist (Jet rid of bonds as was the case in Clev eland's slump. of tho soil. The rural mall delivery,. Sold ly your home d e a I r r and 309 j ; At any rate, the Democratic rev I is a great thing, but It Is my opinion your Constipation overnight. administration. other I e n d i n e merchants in Kentucky enue measures failed to bring In as that most tanners should dispense' It will lead to the Runintton Armi Union Mlllic CrlriJ Co of war taxes and to the establish- much cash as was expected. The with it many times, rather than to Utiiiiilliur by the President in Ken Woulwoilh lIu.Minit 233 DrnadMr Nf York Cit ment of false economy. Noisy Dem- customs receipts fell In the 1915 fls- - dispense with the money values found lucky, ocratic orators will assnll the Rivers cal year from $292,000,000 to $209,- - in everyload of manure that can be' President Wilson must be overjoy and Harbors bill ami other measures 000.000. The treasury estimates In conserved and placed where the grow cd at the way tho Democrats of Ken once appears, though not nlwuvs in There will be the usual having at the other regards proved pretty accurate, lug crops will have access to this tucky "stood by' him. i held out at the count of the returns. spigot and letting out at the bung. Thus the ordinary internal revenue food. After all has been said, one Is so great an extent. In the number of "A vote for Stanley Is a vole for There Is bound to bo a loss of for the ls'l. tiscal ear was estimat- The telephone lias come to be til Wilson!" was one of the slogans of driven to the couslusioii that the poll-th- e acres handled per man einplnjisi ! tlciaiis who are endeavoring to count tho number of acres handled p(r ed as $203,000,000: It panned out most iii.ii,.,.,,,,..!.!., campaign Just closed. v..r....i.,.. .,.,. Democrats are prepared to argue $.535,000,000. The income tax was ccssl.f ,,ul wo ., kll0W ,, So important did Mr. Stanlev, and Mr. Stanley in as governor are will- - horso, and the yield secured per ,, ,no .... , . .." . . . .. . r, r. Il tlijit the Underwood act has not had estimated at $80,000,000 and turned eliminated and forgotten me ih io u I... me mat mt .1... acre. Tlld still p,euaior .i. lines, aim ocnaior .minium a fair chance because the war cut off out $78,S2S,O00. Miscellaneous revleave this country in much better Lewis, ami other leading lights of respect of the decent people of Ken- d Imports and therefore revenues. On enues wen? estimated at ?fiC,000,000, shape misconduct than would be the case If we Democracy consider this nintter of tacky by the other side Republican declare they produced $02,215,000. standing by the President they Ignor- - which no honest man would be guilty were to dispense with even a small that the war helped the Democrats, Going back to a comparison of full pari of the enormous values that ed State Issues altogether and cast of in private transactions involving hecause It loppil off a volume of im- years, it is found thut In the year come annually to our growing crops tho die upon the one single proposl-- , the handling of money ports that would hate swamped the ended June "0, 1914, the govern- as ii result of the careful conserva- tlon that to defeat the Democratic It is hard to believe that a man country and broken down pur indus ment's receipts, aside from the e tion and proper distribution of barn- Stale ticket In Kentucky this Novem- who will deliberately steal a vote trial fabric. Discussion, however, Js ber would be to place a dagger in will not steal a pockotbook. Certainly Department, were $734,000,-00yard and teed-lmanure. The mum uiiuiy io ueai wtin tilings tiiai while a year later they fell to is the latest and perhaps one the vitals of Mr. Wilson, ruin liN one Is as willful and as much of a have actually happened than with $G95,O0,000. This deficit has been of the greatest of all machines at forelgu and domestic politics and thelt as the other, and jet men unthose that under other conditions continued about proportionately to the command of the farmeis torj bring grief and desolation to all the der cover of technicalities take votes might have happened. Bonds actual- the present time, ar.l the problem is from one candidate ami add them to general betterment. his This ma-- 1 people. ly issued will bo more impressive to prevent tho accumulated deficienAccording to the best obtainable another, or render them void, or chine, however, will quickly drop -- V than revenues tlfat might havp been cy frpmiiiterfering with the govern-ment'." back to second nlace when enmnared and late.st returns from Democratic prevent them iroiu being east, withrs collected, but were not. ...,. sources, the Kentucky Democracy out apparent realization that what obligations. ivifi, fi, (.llWIIIIVilia ,ai capacity to meet .,.i n,w,u tMIUVO Mllll Itlll Wlj Mill It has been alll-jjerecently that Panama Canal bonds may be sold at benefits of farm manures which lie concluded to stand by tin President they are doing, la the eve (f Uu ., ' (1 .the President ha, n'o furor of a bond vuy time: but there is little desire within the reach of the men who by a majority of "r,2,or something of people is highlv criminal and should rfV'tV- i issue it one be necessary in order frt to sell them. For the tiscal year make a business of manufacturing the sort, and these .figures are sub- be punched just as all vrin.-tu- l .carry out a program of preparation last ended, the net excess" of all dis- grain is puuUhi'il. ject to revision after all of the "disand animal. tor war. That view is not entertain- bursements over tll receipts was Some day Kc:it'icly muj have hon puted ballots" are 'iually dispocri of. The manure of our farms, which ed, however, by many practical poli- siated .i.s being ? 64,Iti5,l I.7S. It Is One can well imagine the Presi- est elections, but there does not sei in under the control and at the disticians In his party. TIie.se are de- i.$ evident llit this cannot go on very posal of the owners of dent well 'upon the threshold of the to be much hope for this so long .is these farms, termined to stretch ti'vcnttei in soio hif!. represents such :n enormous- value Whltehouse. at the close of a busy the interests of the Democratic party tashiou to avoid the bond issue. year is now that it is hard to even estimate this day, watting for the fast word from are entrusted to men like some of AVfrout $i00,000.000 It U not difficult to gain in Wash being' produced by the .Kinerseiicy value in dollar. Without the fer Secretary Tumulty before taking his those who are now put forward to ,,vcn-1,ington the Impression that Democrat- Revenue act that vas pas.vd Jast win tilizing worth of farm manure manipulate the election machinery b stro11' a'"1 al Iast Iu'arlI,K otir ic leaders have in mind to finance ter, It it gratifying to realize t that Ueu it hecsinic lhat lands would soon deteriorate to an;""' clario" "",os ri"K "t: "Kcn-..vi..their preparedness program out of tho war was going to interfere serimMniiii,,'1".- - upholds the President's bands these uiun do not fairly typily the I. th.it ivont.i ,)oth r ll,om hy majority of j best that Is In Kentuok Democracy economies that they hope to :ffect in iously ivith uoim.il revenues. This for f he nation to exist. Manure ml-- 1 j I lie pity Is that they are not held tho general expenses of the govern- act has- saved tho- admiu&tratlou ue, like labor, like capital, like any r2. Happy President, that he has oth-- j In restraint by those who j.tu lor- ment. Only the ft is to other resource of our country which in legis- from a f.rr worse sliowlng. Talk alKiut lieht. lation expribh profound doubts about with tho end of the ye.r; and fs of greatr value, can lies greatly In- j T things to think about these days, ' ttiuate enough to be entrustcl with fluffy, tempting an J thw full realization of whicri does not their party nominations for offices of tho practicability or this plan. The doubtless sill be continued another creased by proper care and efficiency vvhok-som- e Jelly Rolls, lepend upon attacks of pen paraly. dignity and honor and high respun-slbilltman with tho "little bill" is jjoing to jear. The .tduiinlHtr.iffou asked that methods. Waste and carelessness in Cal'csjliscuitsandotlier -- Lexington Leader. t sis In Kayetto county or a shortage have hard (deriding ftiiUer it bo pub.--l for the period o the handllnir tli- - nriMtucfs nf tfin hoII. al- -l ' uood th'.ni;! My! but ...,. ballots in IJreathitt.U-xIngtoof the desire to carve approi war, but Cmgrc&s limited it to this r...in .v. ,i...,t Const Ipaciun Cuanesi Most; nit--. Lender. priations to the bone. There is likely year. It taxes telegrams, telephone ing a financial loss thereby. Accumulated waste In your thirty to be mi public building bill hi the calls under' cvrtnin cofctfftfons, conThere Is no manufacturing plant Distress in rTie StomacH. feut of bovnls causes absorption of coming session, while prospects for tracts, bills cl Inding; raised tba fn the world roday that equals the BAKING POWDER There are many people wKu have poisons, tends to produce fevers,, upa river and harbor measure are Kid, internal revenue tax oe. beer from farmer's manufacturing piint, the a distress In the stomach after meals. sets digestion. You bulch gas, feul indeed. Just at present river nd $1 to $1.50 per barrel. There are factory where lie produces his grains certainly Leats the band It is due to indigestion and easily for sure results harbor legislation is highly unpopu- te be bonie for recnrKs abort nn(j horses and cattle and other remedied by taking one of Chamber-Iain'- s Istscfy, Irritable, almost cranky. It Isn't you It's your condition. Kllni-inat- u purity, economy anJ lar; it is easy for a Congressman to Its renewal, but there in little que- s- ' things from the soil Efficiency Tablets after meals. Mrs. Henthis polaonous waste by taking m bo e.Ofended for methods are necessary if ho keeps up vvuoiesoim; uain repulo as an economist by de- lion that it t:ii:i:is. ry fudgan, Victor, .V, Y wrilcn "For one- or two of Dr. ICing's New Tell jour mother to try Life clamation against this sort of appro- another jear unless the- - European:! , with other lines of manufacturing some time I was troubled with- head- PHIn tonight. ICnJoy a full, free Calumet JJAimz Pow priation; precisely as a fow years war shall end bVrore the UjgiaJatlon 5 business :id the-- place where tie can ache and distress in my stomach, af- bowel movement In the morning der oti the-- money-bac- k ago it was certain to give him new require.- - action: i'rpractico efficiency most Is In tho ter eating, also with constipation. distinction us a liberal if hu was in Cuanmtee. .''maintenance of the fertility of the About six months ago I began taking you feel so grateful. Get an origi30 pills, Rxalrrd Ifit&HtAnnU Your Coutff (fan bo Stop-perlfavor of giving amply to waterway iol - the storehouse from which his- Chamberlain's Tablets. They regu- nal hottle, containing lor 2.1c fromS Sra Ch Bui tiu your Druggist Psiug caro to avoid draughts, ex- - product comes. The available madevelopment. Fashions change; in my bowels- - and nothing more than in this kind of posure, sudden ctMiigeh, aad' taking l;rrllro hiould he cm fully conserved. lated the action of tho headache and other annoyances legislation, .lust a tew jean, ago a treatment of Dr. King's iNVir Dis- jpSvory pound should be utilized and ceased in a short time." Obtainable it was good politics to tavor a billion-dolla- r covery, will positively rolieuv and in I placed i everywhere. m FOR FLETCHER'S appropriation for rivers and time will surely rid jou, of your .good. Nov; there arc political ad- Cough. The first dose soothes the I harbors. great deterioration from seep- - Inollioi' Stolen Kleetiou in The vantages in opposing a million-dolla- r irritation, checks your Coufctt;. which :ago and from atmospheric exposuri stops in a short time. lr: King's .should bo avoided, ami the only w.iy hill to do the same thing. If Kri. Morrow Is deprived of the .Mental Training Tor Farmer. Closely akin to this niat'er of bet- New Discovery lw3 been lined sucto do tuis is to get the manure i.nl ' Governorship if bimply means, trom Is education worth while for the tering waterwavs is the Panama Ca- cessfully for 43 years and is guaranllie land just as soon as possible af-- J present Indications, that there has farmer? A great manr indefinite an. nal construction account. When the teed to cure you. Money buck If it ter il is produced, riieicforo tho need been another election stolen In Ken- - awers have been given by people who government decided to build the falls. Get a bottle from yoir Drughaw only their opinions nnd juri will great waterway It s.iiri, thru legisla- gist; it costs only a little ,,.,.. .i..n..t.. charKes of fraud, it is true. i.itiHi nhsi.rv.iUm, help you S'i much tion: "8 had grain to sell would think of have been made by "ha'lmian ffager, an.wer has just been given bv Pro- -' -- " "We will build this work, no matI leiin.,- ii my out in tue weatner anil , of the Democratic State committee, feshor O. It. Johnson of the Missouri Value r Titses. ter what It costs. If current reveniosh a large per ceni oi us vaiu no- - against llie Kepuliheaiis. but fortun- - I'niversity College of Agriculture ues are sulllcieiit to pay tor it, well In buying real estate for a homo io;e pulling u on mo niiirhct. .mi atety tlie Kepubllcaus have been able Professor Johnson has carefiillv1 nud good. If they are not MilHcient. puiiiitiser.v generally are InllUeuced 4UIHI who hud hors-rfand catitc- - for to Itemize and specify their charges studied data, secured by visits to iir.ti liy the tiumiier ami arrangvmeni ot i sale would think of allowing them of bold attempts to rob tho llepuhll- the Treasury will be authorised to farmers, r54 or whom had only rn ral, bonds as they may ho needed to tieet.. rt marks tbu New Vork Su ' j to go hungry and submit them to can nominee of votes honestly Intpnd hehool education, while the rimi-- . . .. . . . . . I -. ' 3.. I pay the costs,." A bill to ihnt effect Vaeanl property can bo purchased oilier injurious conditions vvnicn en to Do cast ior him In some, conn- - der and secured more or less addition &ud u house built In comparatively was passed would reduco their value, hut at thoftfes they have biought suit to hnvoj.-i- l training. Whllo ho recognizes the Those were good times, and the short order, but It Ukf jwirs to de- - wiiim lime allow manure to lie until tfiobe voles counted us cilst. ,..,.... ...,,, .... ,,,i.itii.. furl. ih.it Hits. MHUIMV'IUII lltllillUH ,I ' ... canal bills were paid In large part velofi large trees. The fault of too half or of Its value has In McCracken couuty. tor e.Miinple. m,t solely responsible lor the better out of current levenuos. On July I!0 iuan trees can he quickly remedleo' disappeared In of absolute . there aro 125 ballots plainly Intend-- , hhow Ing made by the better sivfyou money. educated last the canal had cost ja.S'J.OOO.OOO, ' by tho ue, but tlmo alone can duveU-- n - ""- " man, nicro is every reason to believe anifir aaptior o soyr mdk and " " '"h'-'i'" " in-- r which $::7!i.000,000 might have! op trees, use of it. me inauuro on tno nominee lor Uovernor. llie Demo- - i,.,t their uddltlomil ..,i..om .m,w itins been paid Iroiu proceeds of bonds, I A purchaser of a large --Vow Jersey ground and into the ground or where crune uintiuih, uiKiiis aovaniuBo oi a ih'oii a very valuable Investment. ' tho lu lacl only $1J 1.000,000 of property traveled quite thoroughly It will go Into the ground just as miKiii iLtuiiii.iiiu , luivu ruiusoti UJjlroM tut? .,....., ,... III Illl, iwtnL'ftl- - i .. i... aiuilllliuilll . .. issued. In other ovir Uo or three counties and said soon as possible after It Is available. , count these ballots for Morrow and j book us wull us bonds had lieeu that of social service ' C KtJOC 'ie SpOtS Out Of Things ..,. ..... wiiicii ts .. words, J240,OO,U0U more of bonds that the Idat spot in Urn whole terri- Manuro bhould be spread somewhere 1... m tuna uuj.n.eu m in I.. !..... ,ln.l..n.l not Ho eiislly measured. rim AZ ! MM might huve been Issued than hud tory, Just the properly wuntcd, was on the farm Just as fast as it is ready ill one precinct to materially alleet The better trained men mpnr,.,i S been at thai time, and charged declined because on the whole pro tor distribution, and there Is always tlie alleged majority clulmed for average labor Incomes o OCB u jear against the oauul. The law Is still pel ty there were not uioro than half some placo at ail seasons of tho year ;" wiiiiiii ?iuu of twice as much as, '", a dozen large trees. in effect, and tho Treasury might where tilts can ho dono effectively, In dllferent counties various nielli- - thoso who had i n any time It needthese bouds at Get a manuro spreader that w.l, ","; were resorted to before and o educations. This hu, i,r tcon, Itovvnro of Cheap Substitutes. ed tho niouoy. Rxactly whether It work 12 months in tho year. Put Ihujtliu day of the election to deprive net return loft alter . lu these duys of keen competition manure somewhere on the farm, win- - large numbers of men In Republican pur cent Interest on thoallowlnK fth' S""d u yo,,r Hnrmenis and Hutb would hu bound politics to Issue them I value of I.. I. . I........I....I i.11.1 ll.n ..nl.ll diould i tor and vu I.UU..V. now, Is ono of the dilllcult tiicbt!ous it iiii,,..iiii.it-t..suiuinor, Hprltig unci fall alike, precincts from voting. In sonio pro- - farm and equipment used nn,i ' lliem riason- ..... (UiHtiilierlnln'H n- .. in..i pel ... .......... ... . . ,i. f -- .... ............ i.. . --- " of tho time. Tho canal Is practically un Hint Ihnw " " "'" uiiuiti in numi !i..,.. mo iihiiuih were sioieu. in table charges, for other ilenw tintio ti , finished. - llow would the public re- (!ough Uemedy and not take substl- - . $a It Is apt Co be worth less than others tho polling of the vote was de-- ! educated farmer handled CLEAINED CLEAN or',, i i. gard Issulug a loan ngaiust it now? ttitesfiold for the sake or extra profit. ,,u,t of this by lying six months with luyed so that men would leave tl.e'of a higher average ekages called for and dellrered. value nor aer, True, It would bo quite the sunn as fhamborlali. s Cough Ilemedy has tlll) strciiRtli evaporating and seeping voting places or be compelled to wait and rented from others only THE of the public stood the test aud been approved from It. Keep the livestock housed , In line until the polls were closed, a general extension tLIITC PRESSING CLUB of tho farm ho operated T whl but II would bo a bond Issue; for more than forty ears. Obtain- - or corraled ut night and ulllUe the, and In still other Instances ballots less educated ' credit: a , " ",,OU,,,U .aU rented in nwnuro by placing U where you wunl were disputed ou slight pretexts and l' would be attacked by enemies of the ablu everywhere. ' The same biKraiuifiei-- , HAUUOUD, KKMUCKV. J I DEMOCRATIC DEFICIT ' administration as such, and there is little wish to make the experiment. At the close of last year the Trcas- ur' eslmn,1 lhnt customs receipts jfor the fiscal year 19 in, which ended .Mine uv lasi, would nc t2u,vvu,uvu. ' It was admitted that this estimate I Ono of , WEEr 'mBgsT lMx lEs) "' O '" ;. IMP Ira illOJWLril ,, ante-bellu- m ""' 'lfP .22's Have the Call rille-iliool.- iiii ts WITH dellv-Increas- ... i, ,., In-I- to-da- I i 1 ! I 'i; ni lilgli-haude- Post-offic- 0, ot ft i - - ct "As Light app-iren- m - Feather" js a out-stage- cs tu-K- fce a,,, I CALUMET , - - -- ! to-d- ; Children Cry ICen-tuti;,- !.. I OASTOR A s , i J . I j , I . two-third- s, ( I I tin-for- m "" .. i s!. ' .... I J UlCi dUQ IrtCll io ,, "".. T Garments . " - ...,. l?" f T, ' " two-Mtth- collectito: iiloni: tlio roadwnv If th. tllfll IS HO nronoilnroil Hint Ilm ail. " "" ,3 softened, tho drag unntrid iw ust,i; PomcumcK one round trip of with tho hitch reversed. Wl entirely rid the earth load of "'"sh nml "I'ltlng snow and leave tho road MtrfnCP nrACllcnllv ilrv I'loa that the drag la Ret lint- nnnrtrvl rut v,n tai m .....I ...... .1 ...... .... fmii. nn. mm f,iuui "roa,,s " I"" winter time. Instead, you can get at It Keep u vw.ero readily, for If the winter I, an or.ll- nnry one you will need It many times, Winter deduction begins In the rly fall. The best wa to prevent such destruction Is to roreslnll it ,1,,y Vr ,0,,,"S B,,rt ,,r,V"r' Fnr,n ,fn""''" or" ,,1 ,"; "n:1 " w"" H'" Powerful bursting Keep tho road dry and remeinher K mo ,1 a, that bo Ioiik as It remains so It will ,"1 "ja,-tlrt(W,ml i-"r ""ndccrlpt , a' confined vessel. Tho same nc- - not ho seriously Injured by frost. lcl?Sn of rr MH ytM' WrB"H l,1J"rarcrt '"-fn'B rtlnn takes place when a wet road Keep tho drains open, the dit ' i ' Slr.lcl.tni; cMr Wise did there rise, apparently out froozes to anv considerable .ln,,i. clear, remove all vegetation and llt- .. t'r:tplkp, of tho earth, u long, low IuiIMIiir It simply bursts, or, as wo generally ter, and U'o the drng frciiueiitly. If if adlnc fre n "',r wWI,,nfnt to thft uf fr.rrnl paper and a large storo- - term it In road parlance, tho road 4"o nad Is kept dry to n depth of 2 other, you v,n notfr,. :i KOj(1 Mjtmo In whleh, ere tho hcttlug of heaven. Later, when the frost fect below the surfaco there will bc wall nLnnt s'-ifpt ,KI( satft,,. (U- - oim ..! that llrst day. a ilozpn ' leaves, tho rond Is disintegrated .ind'111"0 troulilo from the coldest built, Vot socnilugly without , clerks were busy doing out the badly. If this process Is repeat- -' ter. ..., .. ..n,M...u.)l tor UMMonce. awiiii's or lire in exchange for cash. ,. n number of times durins the win- Wi ll has iiot. Thai night another thousand men t,.r, a gravel or macadam road may yit It U the ever- How To I'mcnt Croup. prtwirt tviiilndcr of a tow brief day. nrrlved, and the next and the next. 1,0 practically destroyed, whllo an It may be a surprise to you to when V;, yt.ara .,K i,atVp H()n Soon the multitude Increased until j earth road may become entirely Im- -' learn that In many cases croup cm '''"rial dreamed rvl nn Industrial the mfle-wld- e plain was dotted with passable. be prevented. Mrs. II. M. Johns, ',,,p .fp, of which Ihla valley was to shacks and scenes or a dry road will not heave. Hock, Klldn, Ohio, relates her experience the teeming, surging center. The nctMly. Four thousand men were gravel, 'sand, and even clay when as follows: "My little boy Ik subject hitfi were lo helih lorlh geysers of (amped there, eich of whom hud perfectly dry contract slightly on to croup. During the past winter gold ami the century old pastures parted with $10 for thp prMlego of Hipsp mntnrlnU mimi mn. I kept n bottle of Chamberlain's were to yield the fabulous values of Joining the workers. TJio month tain or hu mixed with water, and!1' otigh remedy in the house, and llronduay corners. Almost in a that followed has never been dupll-,tli- e moro water they contain tho when ho began having that croupy d.iy 1'orial rose In iopulatiou from cated In the Industrial annals of New greater the expansion which takes cough I gave him one or two doses of lO'iio 4,000 soul.), and before the .tersy. Capiug holes were carved place. Hut so long as tho road it and It would break the attack. I MinphHiili.diMl farm foil, adjusted out of the hillsides, wagon load after frozen the damago does not like it better lor children than any themselves to the startling rapidity wagon lend of stonei descended Into becomo apparent. Ilenco tho fre- other cough medicine because chilwith which modem commerce moves tho valley, whero scores of dark- - quent and erroneous idea that It Is dren take it willingly, and it Is safe it had dropped back lo JTIO persons. sk liineil workmen pounced upon the thaw which injures the road. and reliable." Obtainable everyOnlv the wall was left. them and built tho rocks Into a wall The Injury was done when the water where, m m Seenty.lve jears ago, when New that will live long after the Rtory of j n tho road froze and the particles Jersey stood among the foremost of Its creation Is forgotten. A IxniK Time In Hiillding. of the road surface briken stone, Iron producing statrK, there had been ?o one knew what all tho mighty sand, or still finer particles of earth 'How long y.'- -: you In build! ig a forge at Portal. From its hills activity meant, for still no lnformn- - or clay were pushed apart by the your l.ouso? "was obtained ore bearing iron, not in Hon was given out. The story of expanding power of tho freezing wa-- 1 "I completed it in two months? iHrgo (i.antlties, but still sulllclent to tho ancient iron manufacturer was ter. The thaw merely allows the i "You succeeded better than I did, "make the manufacture of Iron by tho renewed, and It was finally settled Ico to melt and assume Its original for it was six month after I began f. simple processes of tho day prolltnblc. upon by tho countryside that a vast volume as water. to build before my house was com"Wood for charcoal was abundant and Iron furnace was to turn their peaceKeep pleted." The remedy is liiuestouo wus plentiful. For a ful village into a throbbing metrop- the water off tho road Tho time to Hut this is trifling compared with quarter of a century the forgo flour- olis. All wage arrangements were begin preventive measures Is early the time necessary to complete other ished, until l'eter Cooper set up a made on a basis of .10 days' credit. in tho fall, before the rains begin. If notable buildings. A church at Rolarge and morn modern plant at Ox- Payday was understood to be tho 1T tlio road goes into the winter thor- chester, N. Y., must have been fifford, 20 miles away, and sold his of each month, and the private car oughly dry, with the surfaco and teen years in building. In New Yor.k product so much cheaper that the that stood on the hiding and housed drainage In good condition, the city the cathedral named after St. older pioneer wns driven from the the now bcdlnmondcd buccaneers chances are extremely favorable that John the Divine has been twelve or was supposed to contain tho treasure It will come out all right the follow- fifteen years under construction and field. In IS90 thousands of Italians were that vould pour forth on the event- ing spring. is not much mere than half completpouring Into New York from tho west ful day. Keep the ditches and drains open. ed. In Europe wo have examples of Sometime in the enrly morning Remove all accumulations of weeds, cathedrals that required thirty-fiv- e where they had been employed In railroad construction. It was spring hours of June lf. 1891, nn engine grass etc., which tend to retain mois- years, another, seventy years, and nnd the foreigner did not wish to go coupled onto tho private car, and ture and obstruct drainage. Fiither-mor- e, one one hundred and twenty yoarb home until autumn. The lnhor mar- - while tho rising sun was gliding the do this work early, while the for its completion. I hear of another kets of the east were glutted, ami al- - skyline about Portal's hills the same ground is still dry and hard. Vege- the cathedral of St. Sophia at Conthough nearly every one of these day two gentlemen with much tation and litter hold water like a stantinople which, if I am correctly carried $100 or so on his gage were stepping aboard a steam-perso- n sponge and allow it gradually to soak informed required five hundred ycarr nono of them cared to spend or bound for Cuba. They carried In and soften the earth. The job of work before the builders laid a summer In Idleness. Great hordes with them well over $2r,000 in cash. beforo the road man is to keep the down their tools. o'lthee unemployed laborers gather- - Tasks nt tho "works" were start-eAr'- hard, dry surface formed in tho sumI have heard a great deal about a narrow street one block east ed with enthusiasm that morning, mer time from becoming softened by tho Cologne cathedral and anticipatof lower Hroadway and from their and It was an hour beforo anyone thu fall and winter rains arid snows. ed great pleasure in seeing this mar- small rear olllce two "buccaneers or missed tho car. Even then tho work When tho fall rains begin the earth vclous specimen of architecture, r finance," who spent their dnys won- - went on, with no thought of tho gravel road should bo dragged quiring GOO years in construction, how the next month's rent rlble disappointment in storo. Some ircquemiy io prevent inu lormation but when I stood before It I was dis w.w to be paid, observed them. Ono of the wiser, forcmcn.sccnting trouble of ruts and the collection of water. appointed, as I was the first time I of these men had a friend 1ft tho real Mipped away on the eastbound train All raveled places on tho macadam saw Niagra Falls, and the occassion estate business, and in the course of during the meal hour, and with only surfaces should be carefully filled in ' Ull ...1. ty.lt T nn... .LliU Cnnin.ln .iici;- - nt sn ..I1IV.1 J. Tin I. rt tJUlJUULl. Ul a conversation a few months "boforo underlings to direct their efforts the nnd consolidated. California which did not seem large the land dealer had mentioned a big Italians allowed the loads of stono During the winter whenever a thaw though our btagc and four horses tract of laud In New Jersey which to accumulate nnd spent their time is coming on, the cross drains and could drlvo through a hole made in bad recently been placed In his hands In expressing grave forebodings to side ditches should bo opened up ns the trunk. The cause of my disapfor sale. Tho story of tho old forgo each other. At A o'clock fiOO men fnr as possible so as to prevent water pointment in this CologiV cathedra had been told, and the two had given In a body called on n foreman for was its beautiful proportions. It is over an Idle hour to speculating upon their pay. lie could only assure In fact so largo that several smaller the prospects to starting an iron thoin that "everything would bo all churches could bo placed Insddo of boom and helling the laud olT in right." At 0 o'clock jtlie plain was It without being particularly in the town lnthTheu sumo one bad cimio a bedlam, tho clerks in tho store lockway. the depicted nnd suggested an adjournment to tho ed up and deserted Did the kings, tho aristocrats, tin. bar in No. 1 Hroadway, and the sub- stock. Half an hour later the place nobles build theso great cathedrals? was raided and tho last article of ject hud been forgotten. No, they were built largely by the The sight of the wealth of unem- value seized by tho now Infuriated savings of tlio poor. This is one One station agentN telephoned mob. ployed Italian energy under the reason why so many years were ocwindow hail renewed the sub- for the sheriff, nnd both notified their How She Was Helped During cupied hi completing theso structures ject in the mind of the hhoestriug respective chiefs of tho situation. Change of Life by Lydia E. There were pauses in ordei to give A barrel of whiskey was found unstopped ho promoter. Casually (lino for the laboring men and woPinkham's Vegetable down into the street, and picking der tho Hour of tho store, nnd this men to save their pennies and dimes Italian se- was soon emptied. Fights broke out. out nn I.itclllgcut-lookiu- g Compound. to cojilinuo tho great work. cured a lot of Information. That af Some one touched u match to the o-- e ternoon lie looked up his friend, tho Morehouse and in 10 minutes it wns j Philadelphia, Pa. "I am justMycars Chamberlain's Tablet . laud agent, and took a forty day op- - a mass of llanies. Tho shacks soon of aue nnd during Change of Lifo 1 suf- This Is a medicine intended especAt midnight on tho New .lerhcy land for ?1 fared the samo fate. lcreti for six yeare ially for stomach troubles, biliousterribly. 1 tried sev- ness and constipation. An hour later ho had borrowed tho BheiilT and his deputies arrived, It is meeteral doctors but none ing with much success and rapidly enough to rent a cheap ground-floo- r hut they wero powerless against the seemed to give me ofllco on Whitehall Street. Tho few 4,000 madmen. gaining in favor and popularity. Obany relief. Every i:liaiiHtlnn drove tho crazed crowd fixtures wero moved there, and olllce m tainable everywhere. month the pains were Ul" next morning a poorly iubcrlbed to sleep, and tho next day tho Lehigh intense in both sides, pasteboard sign decorated tho win- Valley anil tho Central of Now Jerand made me so $100 Reward, $100 weak that I had to dow. It wns written In Italian, and sey railroads provided free trains Tlio readers of this paper wilt be pleased least one go to bed. At last dreaded to learn that there is athas been a joung man of that nationality oc- for tho transportation of tho mob dUt-asscience a friend recommen- able to cure In allthat stages, and that la Its cupied a desk In tho office. Roughly back to New York. Tho perpetraCatarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only 's ded Lydia E. announced tors of the fraud were never appretraublnted, tho placard positive cure now the medical Vegetable fraternity. Catarrh known atoconstitutional that tho omployment agents within hended, hut Portal gained a milo Compound to mo and I tried it nt once disease, requires a belnjr constitutional treattaken Indesired to hlro 2,000 men nt 2 per long wall and some valuable exper- and found much relief. After that 1 ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the blood ternally, acting directly upon ilay cu construction work CO ni.lci ience. Likewise, 100 farmers of tho had no pains at all and could do my and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the uelghborhoon brought In short crops housework and shopping the same ease, and giving: the patient strength disfrom Nf.w York. by building up the constitution and assisting th thnt year and charged off abou,t $100 as always. For years I have praised U rcQuIrod tho services of nature In doing1 Its work. The proprietors apleco to profil and loss. New York Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- have so much fatth In Its curative pow)oiilhful Italian and the two pound for what it has dono for me, ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars tho crowd. As Telegraph. to handlo any case that It and shall always recommend it as a wo- for list of testimonials.falls to cure. Send for wns full tho young soon as tho room man's friend. You are at libertv touse Addrrssi P J C11KNBT ft CO, Toledo, O. Sold by all Drugslsts. 7te. A Medicine Chest For 25c. foreigners would mount a chalr.nnd my letter in any way." Mrs.TOMS0N." Take Haifa Family rills for constlp&tloa. In this chest you have an excel- 549 W. Russell St, Philadelphia, Pa, in his natlvo tongue announce that tho work was watting, and that only lent remedy for Toothache, Drulses, Change of Life is one of the most Doctor's Oftice aud Duelling for Hale. $10 each was required to secure a Sprains, Stiff Neck, Backache Neu critical periods of a woman's existence. Wo have listed for sale two acres IVnmarl OVAnftVntii a Vint 1.1 nnt.1Hlin Job for tho entlro summer, the company to provldo tho shelter and tho ralgla, Hheumatlsra nnd for most that there is no other remedy known to good ground containing doctor's ofdwelling, all necessary After emergencies. Ono 23c. bottle of .carry women so successfully through fice workmen to feed themselves. 1 cistern two or three of these llttlo speeches Sloan's Liniment does It all this this trying period as fydla E. Pinkbam'e out-b- u tidings, 2 well-wa- ter, and .orchard: .Splendid 'location for moro wore necessary, for those because theao ailments are symtoms, vegetable wmpouad. no If you want apecial adviee physlclani None within a radius ol who went out promptly Informed tho not diseases, and are 'caused by conEasy terms, to rich' waiting to get ln.rf Twenty gestion and inflanatloni If you write to Lydia E. Plakhaiu Med- fire miles. crowd ' icine C'e. Lynn, party. Call on, or address, ,, r thousand dollars approximately was doubt,, ask those- whq luee, loan's MaM. Your(oalideatial), ' k'ttari will topcaed, day, juul special train Liniment, or better still,' buy a J2 5c.' rea." BAUNBTT ft SON.ABtB., r taken In hat aad aqumerqd by woauia Hartford, Ky. on each of the railroads carried a tattle and prove It. All druggists. 8 Md tilt la tirkt caldeiicc. Art Mill .. ( ' Tlio City Hi,,! yUH j(cvr Unfit. part of tlio motley crew to tho rc WltUor Caro of llomN. ... ..r Inurn.... ilia hi i ''" ,,.,....,,,, ..... .. rtuw 1 urK ' " .!... mount eariy .. noil 1110 iiii'ir 1Wri" VAl6t-- . inMLtnu west liy cither tlio Central l"R. Scvernl earn of lumber ' milv nt.l In "l. ..nlliO. 'nt "'" " "" " .n,1,n ta itnnniiiil of New .lerFcy or by tlio Lo visions had loft boiuo lio ,. uw P"i- - ,i,i Octorloratlon of roads In Vvlntor. ' lilpli alloy line ou will, aliout 00 and u IcKltlmnta cmplr j,iur wioy ' tnwniir.B to Ihc road spehltBts 'of tho department. Cold father does nines rrom tho Hudson, push a .sta- - had provided tho -- t clcrltt, nol. , ltHC,f ,llJllro lloii maiKod Portal. Unless you hnve carpentern, etc. m, maUcr j whether they are earlh, gravel, or he io unfortunate U3 to take n lo-- ! The cltlzp r. 11..-- J .. ini million ' . r ".. HiMr lin.ie.'iilniii. In fnM. mi oiirlli rniul .ml juiir irnm win not Rion. lint I m oyea am . ..i. ' C oU' w,l'n w'" grade m that point will kIc you an thev "' ""ro trafllc when It Ib sol- ... vtililll .1 llltl tnrKftklll!)'. il nrmv f.n.. r .1 i. lime, imai'ii until 111 any uinur .1 npiioriniity 10 mnkc a mental picture flCei'dlnr r ' tlmH nt ',ly,,rcftU' Kxccsh water, howfvVr, Is always do- of the llttlo thcro U to see. 'thrTtri tl Brnvc" mlP , Tho valley Is nearly a nil'm i,V m , ,7' " hlRhwny. Wlmn cold . whl I.1" n" " mCCM Car' "a" wcal,M" U,Tn Into Ice, the ft pr,.,l level Hlrolch of coi.hl.yv ! ulrpih nr.rcl.Buo bargain damage that II (loea Is greatly In- K.hli.lo.1 on three. w l.m um. 11 M,Cr C l,, ,"n,, "y th0 ; occ.ti.IoH considerably bklrtliir lo or 1. A .T.h",H ,V' WymC"t 0l ?6- - N" emanations ,or space than the water from, cltu r .! r,.ii-.- v. the otlur i V ". ., "L ''rc,, '" tho word went forth wlilcl. It Is formed, and every person ... i. " .!.. .j ''ry ... ,.,, "'' 'R. Idle Funds Represent ,, ' lr"","l lo'l '"' Lost Interest If you had a machine that jou conli' opernto at a wod prorta'y out, would you not couat as n loss tho time it stood Idle? fit day In mid "tPr nf, J? L ". "' Your money Is a good money-makin- g machtac. Invested In our certificates of deposit or on wiving nccount, It earns Intercut every day of the week, every week of the Bionth and eery month of the year. Itememlicr, wo give you absolute Ficurlty and pay you tho best rate ol Interest. 1 "r 1 : ". r. ,,,... n, m U,'' "" 0 Central Trust KNOWN KVKIlYWIICni: n Company and UICMAllliKHAKK Cor. 4th and I'Vcdcrlt. the HA I'll 0 ho-.ts- win-tlal- ly ne-jr.i- ls i ' t. HilQMMHKSEiaiaa9fiHiaHIHIBri3 nevpr-ceasln- g I "', I s 5 Vanderbilt Training School for Boys I j I fre.-zliiL- '. ELKTON, KY. Will hulp parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens and (JhrisLiswi gentlemen. Its pntionnge is widely scattered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write f. I 1 H M J. I 11 m m a i self-evide- ikiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiil it in!i 5 MATHENEY & BATTS For catalogue and information. Box A. 5 bag-Italia- ns lu rc-o- ter-dvi- Typewriter Gives Business Standing s ! , THOMSON who does not. The typewriter not only saves time in writine; letters and making out bills, but it adds prestige and reputation to. the user. farmcfho fcsmal town merchant, the rur.iUsHisincss uses a typewriter has the advantage over it he. man man or the The L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter is especially adapted to use in rural districts because it will stand more wear anu uoes nor. require an expert operator, iiy loiiow- iiik the instructions we will fjive you, you win nave no trouble afl TELLS WOMJEH learning. of-ll- Mail This Coupon trie j ot Tojjy IjM J P!eae send r free book r at present. for a new one. ? o (j'tual ofir typewriter to ixihangc it Nanio P O. State- '"f.v'- r - - To the L. C Smith & litos. Typewriter Co. 414 Mnlu"fctrpot CINCINNATI, OHIO. Pink-ham- pro-niote- rs ME Plfty-flro I typewriters. LesPicDe- I When I in Louisville STOP AT I sons explained by Moving ture machine. Seven big t o ECKERT'S partments Shorthand, 'Book- . keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Music, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equipPosition ment. assured. Write far catalogue. 5th Avenu Hotel fxi I bJ4 ; Daviess Co. Bus. College "' Incorporated , , y U 'r '.. t E!lWm5i;;;,,, -- -. fc MMMHM ,, ,Mr'S.-- tJt . .. " .. I v- I charity toward his fellowman, has F. M. Cockrell, Jr.. son of F. M. Cock-l- n Ull UILLUIU fit served him and those who linvc enroll Sr.. former United Stntcs Scna-Hll- li joyed his friendship well. tor from Missouri, was, by consent CAUSES OF UNREST to Uw at tKe rotifflfe of the Commonwealth's Attorney for As n lawyer he hns held his own urcurilln fa!Btrt tunll matter ot th second Louisville, fined $100, expressed "re- Hurtforrt, Ky., among the best; us a Judge he could tint. only be fair nnd Just,) and In point grots' nnd "apologized" for shooting j nbovo of ability he will be William H. Concentration in .venue of those on far bench C. M. BARNETT, Editor &. Proprietor 11 the roll m was In'rti ersKwgganrsragwt.TnM'jwwiihjf.xaMna.. 5j meeting of n Hoard of Directors, of Urn lucky. Cities and Watered Stock arc to Address all communications He Tho circuit Judgeship comes to j$2 blcli both men were members. fa Hartford Republican. Evils Mentioned. ,ns shot through the body nnd him at n most lilting time of life, WJ and he will nt all times lend d I unity q death by n miracle., Cockrell NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBEHS to tho olllce. Kvery lawyer nnd Ml wns not oven asked to apologize for Pistol concealed. Mr. S. Thurston Italian!, tho Louis gaul will gel Justice, nothing more wrawnvK Suppose this travesty on Justice ville member of the United Stales and nothing less, at tho hands rK.nMt, .. . . iininn Tumi unit VutliM 10r :nor line nml Ac lirwi lmmmtiiMl In Oliln rnnntv. nnd ,. -'": ,. "" commission 01 industrial nelutloim Judge Robeit W. Slack. Owensboro ........... S'cars of latisfat-lorper imp K.ri-mmtvIco to our ciMtuueiH tl0 0ffen,icr ,nil )Prn tamc poor ig which concluded its labors last Au- Messenger. ' Influence or gust delivered tin Interesting nornnt mnn. without "..' ii.u.ir,,. ,.......... ... . i per linn, has pro, mi to ns tlial New Slur Theater. Church .Vntiv tor nrriiw fw, i.ut other high family connection, but with a upon the work of the commisMil... Tho Star Theater will glvtn show niivtrti'O'ini-iiu- . ;.! housefill of helplesi children. What sion Monday evening beforo the on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday will rcctlr.- - no,wouI(, .omuninlHitl,.! Anonymon Uj(, nlnch,n(j CWgp;i)cirt of ,.,.i mi- .- i.i. um: Louisville Transporting Club at the nights of each week. Will open the Mention , invy iin i.ouisriiiu1 uavu s.iiu Seelbach Hotel. doors nt 7:30 and the show will beiccord would have denounced our nen tue commission nnaliy txzzjIss'ixoxtec. gin promptly at "7:45 o'clock each falling to there were majority and evening. ..IIS court, and community for rm Cumtorlaai .. ntiti one more convict to inc pennc-ii- Mr n.iiinr.i ci.u., rarmt:c' of Cooking toves is tho bcsl for the pricu Villi r.lllllflt nfirri (n ntlaa , tlmcri rk . . . "' i.ivi-" " tlary. it is just sucn cases as mat ...l.i. .i more consorvaiivo w ng nmi wnu inc .. of Cockrell, son of a former United ii'luiuuiuiiK iuu rnuicni, recoiuii.ciuid ihIiowh, n wo lmvo one of tin lr ,f in the countrv. FRIDAY, NOVKMHLR III. . . ...v !.- -! States Senator from Missouri, "Salt," tlons of Frank P, MlilBII, iuu. cnnir-(U- . ninl mnut ttn.t n.ilnln mnrliltinta iiituluv 7 1. ,., , , j itmu linrt iiiv.' Un. iLi vlii ntt ,t .e iititv; fii ii iLi , mat iimiK im- - ia iiuw tumi-iin,,.,.,ofi ,,, COninilfcsion Mr. n.iii.iiii .......up. ,ui u .vin nol iiurf votir ov, !S i lk President 191 C ,,.. Walsh J For ...... It is ntnoiiR the common people. , V i,,.. .,.,..,., , CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS, ..... t" '"ok " ,i,., pictures lllll J felt that the rich and men of Influence ,n ti limit tv voii;iut;i if iiiu ItrV-illltl wise ... of Indiana. hae one of the best and most ... tn iiiiiimilsheil when thev commit ..... ,"e npari'iuiy starts out . . mm trllig: modernly equipped show houses out- , be fnri but bl!Can,e cr.nie. wni.e me poor, anu inw oi lllorc blasC(, side of Louisville. We have spared low degree, receive the full penalty ag thc instigation went along, un-Carranza treats ns Just as bad neither time nor money in equipping the law. 1 be cou)(, g00 notbnR but tho Iallor we "recognized" him as he did since la real show house for the people of , The rural communities, especially before. Hartford nnd vicinity. Your patron ... . . tho ulcht rider and nossum hunter, ,.I uiulur( ,. . llr ui. procueueu to Siaie 'ago will be appreciated. localities nave nan columns ot tree the fncts (loVelopel bv the g Late election returns Indicate the - K. (5. IlAURASS, nnd advice from the city sio wblch fclclI,cd t0 contribute to You get more value for your- - money in these .defeat of Barksdalc Hamlett for Mgr. Star Theater. I7tf Louis- - lm,ustrial press, but a a matter ct .,,. ... thlg countrv. , of State. stoves ihan any in thu country, and when you. need ville is In no position to offer critl- - maijy IocalIth8 tIlt, cnin,ison MrCrtirkeii Case. Repairs you have no trouble in gUtinj: tin in. Reany part of the State on the foum, wage, loo loW( 1UU, he urgueU The administration nt Washington cism to Paducah, Ky., Nov. 10. Advices subject of crime and Its punishment. tIlat whercver Wages are too low to pairs provided at the proper time make is determined to place us in a position stove (iovernnr McCrearv this morn- i from alford :i dcri'iit standard of livliic.. . which will strip us of a single friend, last many years longer. MHif.,1 mat .lunge l,. r. t ryer, or s, TAIXTKI) TITIjK. among the European warring . trouble inevitably followed. He be- - Pendleton county, will tirrlw here toNo doubt you are considering the puiohiii-The race for governor In Kentucky j lleved that a more careful Investlga morrow morning, having been chos- at the end of the war. of is so close that the Stanley forces tion by employers In certain places iC 1)V ,, , ,oar lc miU)()linuls np. a new stove. Don't allow yourself to he misled, William J. Bryan has locked horns are only claiming It by nbnut 200 of thc wages paid would result in a,penI of BttorllBs for K(lwn P. hut visit ourstovu depirtrnunt. If you will do your of wages, which would, ,.... .,,, ,K,,,.,r, with President Wilson on his Military votes. The Republicans have had to iw. jtrogramme. The President is also fight through the courts to obtain a in the end not only tend to eliminate seek the counting of 127 Republican duty in earing for one of tho "6. K.V vn vill opposed by his House leader, Mr. count of votes held up by counties, industrial unrest, but would add to i votes rejected by tho Count Elic- guarantee perfect satisfaction along every line of Kitchens, and if he succeeds it must having a majority of the election the efficiency of labor. tion Board. service a cooking btove is ccpected to give. machinery, on the most tllmsey preMr. Ballard pointed out in detail be with the aid of Republican mm texts. It is known and not denied the evils as ho saw them of unreXOTIfK OK LETTIXC DITCH We carry from eight to ten different sizes in He said that that in several counties the Republi- stricted immigration. CONTRACT. . The Louisville Evening Post, with can vote suffered through the most many men, brought hero before the stock. Ranges as well as Box Stoves. We have tho The undersigned Board of Drainits hat under its arm, is bowing to horrible crimes against thc ballot European war to work in factories, age Commissioners of Ohio county, ' stove you need, and the priee is right. Mr. Stanley nnd calling his attention enough votes to more than offset the were neither efficient nor ndapted nor .pulucky, will on the ISth day oi to its claim to recognition for super meagre majority claimed for Stanley. adaptable to American conditions. November, 1915, between the hourr. ior services in his campaign over the In one neighboring county, Brecken-ridg- e Another cause of industrial unrest, of ten o'clock a. m. and 1 o'clock p I Louisville Courier Journal and Times by a most flagrant crime com- the speaker said, was the tendency to ip , at Haynesvllle, Ohio county, j The Post may rest assured that its mitted by some one, three large Re- concentrate population in the cities. Kentucky, let to the lowest and best 6tatus with Mr. Stanley will rest publican precincts which would have This could be obviated he thought, by bidder, at public outcry, the cou-- s' more largely on Mr. Knott's returned 300 majority were practi- better schools In the country and by r.ictlcn of a public ditch in sail cally shut out by a mutilation of increased attention to the problem county, known as the Hayncs Ditch, lQ utternaces. ballots before they were delivered to of making country life more attrac- - i beginning nt a stake In the line Suppose the County Clerk of Ohio tho election officers. In another A. Dun and J. "in 'line Vet County had selected three of the county two precincts, which usually Mr. Ballard closed with a general , ween Ohio" and largest Democratic precincts and give 400 majority, were deprived of discussion of the things needed to.ntld Uancock counties, and terniln.it-r ' sent out only half enough ballots,.to a vote because the ballot books were control corporations, nu saiu mat , ,,,,, ,.t ,,, boRlnniliB of the ('. R. accommodate the vote. Then suppose stolen and burned the night before Ill many places trouble is constantly lll0a,,s (litch ln aiu coumy nf Oblo. that wh,en, the election officers started the elecUon. In the county of Fay- causeu oy water in tne biock ot .cor- - following the directions set out In the vote jit had transpired that all ette, Circuit Judge Keer told the poratlons and the attempts to force viewers' report as confirmed by the , the othprs. pxepnt fntir nr flv In thp grand Jury that more than 500 citi dividends upon property that does not oho Count. Cmirt is an action of ' front part of the book, had already zens were prevented from voting by reauy exist, .nucn ot mis water in nivn it,,nn5 ..i nt t ni.i,, i ..., been spoiled with a stencil. What delay tactics resorted to by Demo the stock of American corporations tv Courti a (nstace 0f two and nine : would the Democrats of Ohio county cratic election officers In large Re- must be rorcea out. borne already lias ' t0,,tls miles have said? They would have had publican precincts. Not more than a been forced out. j u is eg,, that tbcre wn, b Corporation directors should be, 610r.i cubIc yards of earth t0 bc re. a right to both say and do things. half dozen votes being polled in an On Saturday night before the elec- hour. Pictures were made at the held to stricter accountability forjmoved and tota, Chtlnlntcd cost is courtesy ia : tion the ballot box and ballots for precincts showing long lines of men what they do and, notably, about $G,C50. Said work to be com-tio- n of ordinary . directors should be required tolpU,tcd M or before April 1. liUG. Render were burned in the fire at standing in line at four o'clock when McHenry, but another box artd ballot the polls closed. At least four fifths familiarize themselves with labor ' Bond with approved security will and' conditions. book were on' hand Tuesday morn- of these voters were Republicans. bc required as soon as bid is acceptkindness that put into ' ing. This happened to be a small If Mr. Stanley is given the certified, with right to reject any and all our conversation when we I'or Sale Kami. Republican precinct, but every one, cate under these circumstances, he bids. Said work will be let in secOne good farm of 120 acres on tions and as a whole, as tho Board who is acquainted with honest Claude i will hold the office of Governor, when talk by telephone. Blankenship knows that the ballots he was not the choice of the people. Hartford and Owensboro road, near may determine. Just the His title in the eyes of all honest Beda. Will sell part or all. For Ohio County -would have been there. Board of Drainage Its the face to face brand terms see tame, had it been the largest Dimo Keutucklans will be a tainted one. Commissioners. P. II. HOOD, in Uie tounty. It is fXaOc jfrclpct of politeness and kindness S. T. BARNETT, Pres. 16t4p Hartford, Ky., R. 3. not the first time that ballots have Attest: W. S. TINSLEY, Protected by Canada. used when we're voice to been "monkeyed with in Brecken-ridg- e Secretary Board. In Canada they are complaining HiKli I'rnl for Jude Hbick. voice. ago because the government imposes taxcounty. A few years If we must have a Republican cirMoney To 1oan. when the defeated Democratic can- es, a Tariff on wheat from the United On good real estate. For partlc-ular- b didates for county offices Instituted States, and as long as Canada has cuit Judge in tho Owensboro district, thc same politeness see contests the ballot boxes were broken such n Tariff Canada cannot ship in- how fortunate are we that it is to and kindness that we like to Robert W. Slack! W. II. PARKS. open and ballots changed in a clumsy to the United States duty free as be Search the district over and 16tf Hartford, Ky. was secured provided in the Underwood bill. The manner. Evidence receive from the other end against certain men which resulted reprisal clause blocks the access to wheie could be found a member of of the wire. accept- AmbeigrLs Tivnsuru Tiitto of the In the contests all being dropped. It our markets. On the whole, it is the bar who would be more more trustworthy In the Ocean. is perfectly evident that homebody Canada, therefore, that is Protect-aroun- d able and Of all the chance prizes which the Hardlnshurg should be doing inc the American wheat urower from estimation of the whole people? Giving a little thought to teleWe have known Bob Slack pretty sea gives up, perhaps thc most time in the penitentiary. Our own Gov-- , undue competition. phone courtesy and practicing years j able Is ambergris. Cruising the sens well for thirty-fou- r eminent has abandoned tho farmers more than a third of a century, j in search of ambergris holds out R1LKV Wll.li COXTLST its simple rules will make thc to that extent, but Canada is standIt is understood that Mr. Wallace ' ing by them. It is kind of Canada, Wo have known him Intimately. Wo more hope of profits than the Qul-haCUMBERLAND telephone an even more effiknown hiin .is a Democrat and otic, but popular ventures for the Riley, who was defeated on the face' as Kipling would say. Cedar Rapids as cient aid for you. "Telephone We have known fabled doubloons and moidores or a Republican. of the returns for Circuit Court (la.) Republican. TELEPHONE & him, more than this, as a law- - KIdd, Morgan or Jean Lnfitto. Clerk by 22 votes has, or will, insti- as You'd be Telephoned yer and a man. And !n all ' Off tho coast of Africa a sperm TELEGRAPH CO. mtn n rmit.Rt fitrfilnnt Pnrlnr It Is ,Jar,"- Yo"r ,Iar" Wo always. Incorporated n wo never whale yielded nmbergrls of the years have theso confidently believed by Mr. Riley has an excellent maxim ... n. t.i i !. .i., one thing of Bob Slack ! est quality, valued at nearly $60,- BOX 119, ky. daib' work: 'Do the hardest hinKt0 , dl8credlt We havo never 000. An unexpected bit of treasure imllots will give him more than True, it is more difficult to knpwn him to do a uisnonorauio trove camo the way of a Manchester enough votes to overcome the appar. first. jerk one's self up to top effort tho thins. Wo havo never felt that ho painter in March, 1910. While on at times found on tho sea coast is that sail from New j?nt lead and place him well ahead. Bedford and past twenty years the, first thing in the morning, but it's was capable of doing a disbonorablu a fishing trip on the St. Lawrcnco also dug up In some far inland soils, Provlncetown bring back to him nil For the tremendously woVth while. That is thing, There has never been a timo river he saw a dark mass ln tho shal- whereas ambergis is never found ex- sorts of flotsam, Democrats have contested alniqst evfrom lumps of slush county where when thc energy Is freshest; when When wo would not havo trusted our low water near the shore and fired cept upon tho soa. Besides, amber from tho galley to bits of refuse from-th- e ery electionin Ohio .the mind is Is a hard, transparent, brittle, odorBoston dump. To theso tho old the r&ulrhns been close. In very likely to be alert and the viewpoint all with Bob Slack. There was never two bhots at it, thinking it was un more optimUtlc, because aywan of greater loyalty to his animal. Instead he hauled aboard less substance, used for mouthpieces dealer appljes a connoisseur's nose coiiht-- d instance when the; ballots were they have shown a Republican it is as yet uncolored by tho petty friends than Bob Slack. There was n lump of ambergris worth more to pipes, beads nnd ornaments; but his infallible test. annoyances of the day. As a rule, never a truer friend. ambergis is sort, waxy and so- highly Nothing has been discovered to There was than $25,000. gain over the crusult shown by tho It takes half thc time to do a task never, Herman Melville, writes of amber- fragrant and spicy that it is largely take tho placo of ambergris in tho in our observation, a man of The reelection officers' returns. used ln perfumery, In pastils, muking of perfumes. turns .from yboveral precincts' at tho then than later, when the energies a higher sense ot honor than Bob gris and Us uses: When It In are at a candles, hair powders and po- dissolved in alcohol' "Iffow this ambergris Is a very ctt- late election look ag though 6ome deck earlylow ebb. But clearing the Slack. it holds the vain the day leaves the othmatum. The, Turks use It in cook rious oils and essences Ho has lived in Owensboro pearly mistake may bavci been made by the er hours for the less arduous tasks forty years. Ho has gone through an article of commerco, 'that in 1791 ing, and also carry It to Mecca for nnd tho lasting 'delicate in solution, officers ln thonjley-Portc- r vote, and quality of n which do not rcquiro the very maxi- many persoual trials. He has reared a certain "Nantucket-bor- n Capt. Coffin tho bamo purpose that frankincense perfume dependfrupon the amount of that these. errors may wjpo out tho( mum of energy and ability. Is carried t6 St. Peter's in Rome. this expensive Ingredient-use- d. a large and. most interesting family. was, examined at the bar of't'be Engreturned majory and gl'vo Riley the ' ' s Ho has suffered adversity,, but strug- lish House of Commons on that sub; Some wine merchants drop a j)0lton, siOn .iejieral principles wo Into elarct to flavor it.' Official Vote of Lurl. gled, on., manfully, never relaxing ject. For at thai time, and Indeed are opposed to, contesting elections,. Stolen From my pasture, one London, Ky.', Nov. 10. The official in bis efforts as a good eltizon and until a .comparatively late Jay, 'the In'proVinte'tjTwa, Mub., Just" back Shrapshlro buck 4 4iut)whan)'UjJtcauions point to an yn, oldj.vtall cut roclBe Vjgin of ambtrgris' of the oid'wbarveai is a dcalor in very short; also ono' grade1 only bo dto6f 'Lailrel was certified bex'o toi aa- - a lawyer to do. tho best for lUi cTroIp' jho''coup4n'lt Hampshire day,- giving Morrow a majority of 'community, like amber itself ''a'problem'to amberijls known'" as' ihe king1 of? tne1 ewe ttbodt 8 yr. to havo a in the , dark hours, as,. ar, if 1,124. 4TweWfe poiled .ballots-were. la. tbe brighter oqea; aaa.no ,ww ids .inrnra, iuo tuo woru umoer trflrto.' Kin hnvH from Iir.ft in irnn nurted'at all. . 0 1 . pound' fof"tbe"ofamodttr. biivinr be throWn1 out;' ' !t ' 1 ?. a mH&'.jm.! appreciated and ewar4U-- . - ..ji, v ' ntjtiwlB European manuxictur. "RECKBT8 AND APOLOGY. ....U'of. State; ban. tn.MrtnfaWagitWVRi!'.Y W; Jgr7,Waer. T Warest To i. m of perfuanrf. The'wWUag'siiips.l Cub. Phone; "AjaHMAKrjwt,-"-! Ttb Loulsrille Times reports tbat A majority f 1,177. last and tufectlet auo, bis great ,Ofiteflown, Ky. i Hertford Republican. nil ijin T:::ZT; " tho'b isOOKing . i JZ.'ZZ mVmX "-- - t ... ... -8 9 Stoves! ss ...,...,.. I ' ,....... ,,, .. ... ..,,. I The "O. K." Line x Easy (o Operate, Low Fuel Consumption,, Long Wear and Good Cookers. I -l. ,.. !"' ..-- V ' ' i of t .,..., J coumiis-advertisin- i Stc-reta- ry j of-fa- I ! jour e T,inv j ' I , E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Ky. fiercer I WSSSUWS "Telephone as You'd Be Telephoned To" TELEPHONE politeness everyday wc It's vulu-tolerab- ly ve V I I J" To" high-know- I owensboro; - pro-clo- - justjaritea, ct - nt, -- s ;'"''? - WWr,ior m,weia'iqtMwi "l i ifitumaci .as Majority I'anrs Protection. (ballot. I shall quote him to prove Mnny times It hns boon pointed that In his day. n rooter, was not n out tlint In 1912 the Hopuhllcnn and Isportljig booster. . ' Progressive platforms declared In A dozen years .before ho was nresl- ' favor of the Protective principle mid dent Lincoln wp.s.ayiiiy.cftngress-jtlin- t the ciindidntcn of those two num. Upon the" floor of the' House ' Ipnrtlos polled n total of 7, 607,7.15 'he mado this dig nt the Democrats: votes, while the Democratic candl A L "I wish to ask tho gentleman if 1 (date polled only 0,290,818. It Is the Whips nro tho only party ho can, ' 1 7 notorious that the Democratic can- - think of who sometime ftS )n o A. turn nlil f II dldato received hundreds of thoiiH-- j horses out to root? Is not u certain ! nnds of votes of staunch Republicans Martin Van lluren an old horse whose course was determined by the which your own party has turned out reeling aroused py strife within the to root? And Is ho not rootliiL' a J. ' n Vxxsi.'Mr'Vi! W" a party. little to your discomfort about now?' Hut there are some other figures, Posterity has awarded to Mr. Van not so well known, that throw light, Huron a reputation for much perse g SM a fancy mQ on tin- - real strength of Protection ' veronco nnd rnnal.tnrniii.. ,nm.. l. a I P - ...... .1.VI."1 fl IJwJUIBIikiH A WAISTS. R X sr-sentiment, wooiirow wnson Mini a that sort of rooting the art of get- - i majority vote In only 14 ijtates, with lug there In tho political game but of a total of 152 electoral votes. The he probably never even saw a game 9 I wAfSTsr - ffi ?a combined Republican and Progress of old cat In his native town, Kinder-hooslve votes constituted u majority in Philadelphia Ledger. 34 States whose electoral votes agyou oe-KiIhIii Whitney Coining Next Tuesgregated 379. If, therefore, tho day .VlKht. of u Tariff law had been deMr. Edwin Whitney, the noted termined by the actual vote as cant, Republican the principle reader nnd entertainer, will give one Tariff I P-- T would !nve been maintained by an of his recitals at Hartford College next Tuesday night. electoral wife of 2 ',. to 1. Ho is a reader who can point with This fact was pointed out by Senin ator Warren of Wyoming during the pride to an unusual number of "reso Tariff debate In 1913. Senator War turn engagements." This means ' ren nlao presented figures showing thtit he has won his audiences and 1 that the i2 Southern Suites and they want him again. What can be DoNT YOU NEED 5oME NEW JH1RT Tho Arizona and Oklahoma, which gave a stronger rccommendntlon? $1-0?J.50 a majority for the Democratic party, charm of his work Is his great ver- 1 onJ op satility. Plenty of laugfca if you have a total population of 2C,54S SS, while the 34 Northern and West want Uiem, or tears If you prefer OUR. WAISTS AR,E bUILT UPON PErtFECT Guaranteed Color fast rni Stntes whlclr gave :? majority for but whichever they are they are givunequalled in style nnd th'! two Protective Ta:iff parties, en with force and refinement only MoDEL-S- . JEE1N6 OUR WA)STS MEANJ variety. kav a total population of C5,097,-K.'- .i to be found in one with natural talent supplemented by years of expeLIKING THEM; TRYING THEM oN fyEAN-To see them is to beThe people of this country were In rience. From those who have been lieve and buy. favor of Protection In 1912, and uft-c- r privileged to hear him there conies BUYING THEM. YoU WILL BE DELIGHTED two years' experience with a Tar- the universal ncclalm: "The King iff for 'revenue only they arc more of Story Tellers.' WITH THEIR GRACEFUL 'LINE.S AND Mr. Whitney Is tho best miscel strongly in favor of Protection, not' withstanding the fact that the dire laneous reader on the platform, prei PLEA5ED WITH OUR PRICE. senting a program of the liveliest result of Democratic Tariff policies were prevented by the outbreak of humor and deepest pathos; good sto 'COME IN AND LET U-SHOW YOU OUR tin1 Kuropean war. Hampton (la.) ries irom goou literature, with a good moral. Recorder. DELIGHTFUL NEW GOOD.S. Don't fail to hear him. It will .N'otlco To Tavpucr.. be a rare treat. Just two more weeks and tn pun i ally, Intel est and cost will be added Notice. We will run our to all unpaid taxes. After this I at will bo forced to advertise which our feed store on Wednesday and adds an extra cost. If you" have Saturday of each week. Will take Rubber Roofing- - and Paint can be ree'd a statement you can pay by 6 off for toll from good corn. No bad at Acton Uros. mall. If not you can call me at the Inferior corn accepted as toll. If you don't want to pay toll, we will office anil get the statement. Mrs. G. II. Pendleton arrived FKIDAV, NOVKMUKR 12. INCORPORATBD. charge 15c cash for tho single hun-- j Respectfully, home last Friday from a dred or 12tc.for 200 or more. S. O. KEOWN. S. O. C. son and daughter, Mr. visit to her I,., H.'Ai ST. Ii. R. It. TIME TABIiK. and Mrs. Trimble Pendleton, of New W. E. ELLIS & BRO., .Special Notice. No. 113 due at Kllmltch 8:32 p.m. Mexico. 19t4 Produce Merchants. Kverybody who expects to occupy No. 110 due at Kllmltch 7:30 a.m. t Tho Green Front Grocery has a a .seat in the Star Theater must pay No. 112 Lv. Kllmltch .. 3:40 p.m. W. W. Whobrey Dead. coffeo packed especially for its pro- tho regular 10c. admission All Ar. Irvlngton .. 5:35 p.m. Mr. W. W. Whobrey of near Lv. Irvlngton .. 5:5C p.m. prietor and intended for the select children, unless an Infant In arms, who had been ill of the tyAr. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. trade. It is tho famous Blue Band, are included in this rule, and must phoid fever for some time, succumbed bo provided with tickets before enNo. Ill Lv. Louisville .. 8:35 a.m. Mccl cut. Ar. Irvlngton . .10:0C a. m. FOR SALK GOOD VALUE IN tering the main show room or they Friday. Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 d. m. farm land, small or large farm to will be required to pay before the Mr. Whobrey was fifty-on- e years Ar. Kllmltch 1:04 p. m. suit purchasers; only sold to settle entertainment starts. of age. He is survived by an Immed E. G. BARRASS, Mgr. iate family consisting of a wife, three I eitate;' easy terms. J. L. Hawes, 19t4 M., II. & K. It. It. T1MK TAI1LK sons and three daughters. Maceo, Ky. Joy in Pishing. c South Bound. No. 115 Interment was at Sunnydale SatDid you know that the fresh, bright Yesterday as I rode through one urday, Nov. C, at 1 0'cclock. Duo at Hartford 8:45 a m. Inviting appearance of a right new cf our city-- parks I saw two little North Bound, No. Mrs. Whobrey, the wife of the Duo at Hartford 0:15 p in. grocery can he mado permanent? boys at the farther limits of a stream deceased, has also had typhoid fever Pup Thomas do It. Tho fishing. This reminds me of my Watch (Both "Mixed Trains.) and Is Just convalescing. One of the ''J Green Front. bohood days on the farm when fish- sons now has the same disease. ii Mr. Vei linn Ligou, woo has the ing was one of my chief pastimes. For American wire Fence, call on supervision of the new pike con As a child I wandered through the Marriage License. U. S. Carfcon. lOtf W. A. Piummer," Hellier, Ky., to Mructlon work west of town, spent orchard and farther on through the For Ship Stuff and feeding Oats the last week end with his parents at meadow to a brook, which later Annie Mae Smith, McHenry, Ky. N passed by tho cobblo stone school Henderson, Ky. bco Acton Bros. Franklin H. Crawford, Beaver morning my"order boy house. I cast in my baited hook Dam, R. 3. to Mary E. Stewart, Bea big bargains In Ileal Estate For where the foam had accumulated by ver Dam, R. 3. see Holbrook & Parks. Hartford, will show you a can of my Blue Band tho crossing of a fence and in an In McClelon Clark, Fordsville. R. 1, Coffee of which I am making a Ky. 7tf stant a- large fish caught on and was ) to Lula Bland, Fordsville, R. 1. at 30c or 2 for 55c. One trial ir Prunes, Figs, Dates, Raisins, Cur- will convince you. E. I). Thomas, soon flopping up the bank. I cannot & Norwin Christian, Olaton, R. 1, to ' Grorants, fresh at the Green Front express my Joy nt landing such a Myrtle Baize. Horse Branch Green Front. cery. seeming monster which was probab- ohel Chapman, McHenry, to Essie ? two-yea- r "obT daughter Hallle, the ly fully six inches long. The boysiAutry, Render. Take a look at Her & Black's win- of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Casteel, 1 saw lishlug In park were happy o. C. Hocker, Hartford, to Gola n dow display advertising tho Hartford Route 5, died of dlpthe-rl- a in expectancy. tljp often tins is How Cecil, Hartford. Simmons hardware. Tuesday, November 2nd. Remains truo in our experiences In life, wo Hubbard Mldkiff, Hartford to Mary The Green Front is the placo to were burled In the Patterson bury- are apt to expect many tilings which Martin, Narrows. ing grounds. do your trading In the grocery line. are never achieved. I Nothing old on our shelves. Attorney M. L. Heavrin has reMidkiir Martin. Arapaho, Oklahoma, The Itooter. hh Mr. Herbert Midkiff, son of Mr. Arthur Petty will appreciate your turned from Why Is a rooter, a rooter? Wo all W. P. Mldkiff was married Wednes- - 4? patronage by serving you promptly where he has been for some time engaged in the defense of Robert Mil- know what a rooter is, but where- - day. to Miss Mary Mnrtin, daughter with anything in the "eats" line. ler, an Ohio county boy, charged tore? of Mr. John Mnrtin. of Narrows. Kv. . I have 40 acres or good pasture for with murder. The trial resulted In At a baseball game he is more than Rev. Napier performed the ceremony. "4 rent. Just across tho rher on tho a hung Jury ten for acquittal and two a spectator. Ho is a fan plus. He R. II. MARTIN. . Owensboro pike. for conviction. It was u. hard fought shouts, ho yells, he applauds, he The Old MrKinley Starting; Point. The GreenFront Grocery is mak- case and nt first public sentiment praises, he Is the partisan princeps. After the war thero will bo the ing friends with every body who was agulnst young Miller, but now Yes, a rooter nowudays is one who samo problems thero were before needs fresh clean and wholesome It Is tho reverse. Tho Arapaho Bee roots for some team, who boasts of tho war. The war may end any day, groceries. has this to say concerning tho trial: sympathetic action, who roasts tho whenover the powers' consider It the Galvanized Metal, good heavy weight. For good fresh groceries call at "After Mr. Ash and Mr. McDonnell opponents and is blind In every eye time to close It. In that case, the Painted Metal, good heavy weight. the Green Front, nnd see your old had mado the efforts of their lives except the one with which he views German dyestuffs and chemicals will good quality. Rubber Roofing in rolls, 1, 2 and bo hero again In shiploads the ships friend Estill Thomas. Otherwise for 'the State, and somo of tho great- - his own favorite. High-grad- e Red Cedar Shingles. I est speeches heard in a Cueter county But a, rooter wasn't always so. No, may bo on tho way now so little "Pup" Thomas. House Paint and Roof Paint. Just received a new supply of cvnp-- j court wero delivered by 'Mr. Phllllpps, - Indeed, Eighty years ago, when wo know of what really Is going on. Write us for prices. Freight paid and our Special nm'tPil oeaches. anrlcots. i flake und Mr. Holcombo and Mr. Heavrin pub- Davy Crockett was telling himself, Then tho million dollars worth of Price will come to you by first mail. lie sentiment changed to tho defense. ho wrote: "I started mighty poor splendid buildings that have been crust hominy. Strong meii) as woll as weak women and have been rooting along every erected In the cast end of Oakdalo :: K. D.'THOMAS. FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY will stand idle and that. placo will while tbey annflujod for, a ver- since." iMcorp rated When you leave tho Green Front wet He didn't mean' that he had BVen return to a .cornfield. m Wo mlght I ; JakCiVHHOn, Mgr dict of acquittal.'' PORDSVILLE, KV. ,t Grocery after calling (or something shouting for a Texas league team, Just as well have had that manuthey didn't have, you can bet your The War Run it up To M2.no but that ho had followed an older factory ten years ngo, fifteen, If we life they will have it next time you With every available ship speeding command, "Root, hog, or dlol" And had put Into effect tho prlnciplo of cal1' . '. . to Europe loaded withAmerican iron Davy had rooted,, In other words, a prohibitive Tariff, in place of wait- Irsaelltes Wero tho right model for a point of a country; Mr. L. A. Sanderfur and family, and fctcel to supply the enormous de- ho bad striven hard, as tho porker ing for a war to force It upon us. nation, established by the Lord Him- keep ouf natural richea within- - It. ben la Oklahoma for the mands' nnd with the French, English, must strive when be either must root Ana such manufactories will not last self; outside are pagans, with whom fill our own wants. Then, If w past nine years, recently returned to Italians aud Russians hurling hun- for a meal or dies. The old back very long unless wo gird up our loins we want as few dealings as possible. have our evll6, thoy Witt be our own Ohio county to make- - their future dreds of, tons of It at the Gerniana woods phlllosopher meant a'lso tba and put On old time Republican pro- The modern way, for all tho world and not a stranger's' with,' us. The , ., . every mluute.tthe fyrlcft. oOour- - pig hojh&dprogretscdBUcceeded, made hibitive Tariff on next year. The to have one purse, one act of com- Republican party, a prohibitive .Tarhome. ' be open iron ha.s reached almost as .high a good. mon Interest eults'the Kingdom of iff, keep the dye and' chemical vwrkjn normal Republican 'party Is tho The skating rrak-iwllmo Quite ) dlfferent"thlng, eh, frotal regularly erory Friday, and Saturday price, as It was during Tft's admin 'Intereetri Money," the ,Rotnachllds. Jlke this Oakdalo nights. In'.ordccito give the young istration, Before,,,, tho . yndcrwood tnose loyaj rooiera or bomob wno Germany and England 'are 'the ene- - Th& Republican party ,ea.nnqt settle should bavo bad flfteea'yearHiago; JS foupdry faT'the feerettntaf wars of a)) iotJonB ot morai pbjlpepphy, this will nfako' Oe)mny gBQVng- camodown to seethe serfe. .. ' ' 171 nifea of u 1'-- . ladles an opportunity . to . ' ' .L. .1 te'Wi3-J?rVi!fy,.Ja4b an ' M wj. hmS agwl orgln .hvnd . are TPrwgnt nauona,i iaaUera:(kfti'go as rn woavnpmtmuj quavMAmer-peac- e. thai rUtp:1rtttP MM0' ukate the- -- war,.mu. U.JU?riT " W2.5?rCo- - .'teak im'tAmiolnl" VMBett'ffraWta' heatkenv wita triace coda 'tbatftra 1 of ala.o JMtlt 1 tep in the. right war upon, them. every SatiimT'mrwreoon. y, ' " '""T .. .. . : w t ..o, I' "I t K?'JT.Tnn in? rao: iTii'T a dlreotk)B-th... '' e. Mgr., 0l4,McKlnHx atartag ttaea. .'wate MIMP i.i .. .. ... . . ,v, l,! t,t kKI 4VV f' I .MHli A. Mm IKlffii I MwKJfi&L'Ji ijlijj y'J W - " I MfW HALLMARK i tell Ma. 0iairajSHPi Jr -- Shirt I've always wanted at "The Class the prices I've always wanted to pay!" will say'too, when you see k. rtTL v' That's what S SH shirts You have never seen such worth much value was never before, because before attempted at the prices 0, I WAIJTJ? corn-crush- er Hartford Republican. CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. two-mont- Sun-nydal- e, ... DONT FORGET To Call and See Our Big Line of lit I Suits and Overcoats -- .Alsso- bpe-clal- ty - ! Ladies' Suits s Goats Hetrtoi-cl- , J J well-know- ' I Hub Clothing Company VCy I VVVVWWVW ntitt UW I arttiAL KUUMHU "" who-have. ,- f ,.)alrtu Icwrnloi'rAi.lAWjwaieo. 1 T UBiWffJl4rliSfn,.,, W f Wf,fi!S " wi?!r "' ;.. kbt -i $eii,Uie vder tiali'.api.) 'fffnra WAR ROMANCE CULMINATES IN BRITISH HOSPITAL iuL A WANT! .iibiwnsioii of llic 1ml,,i,,,,,,u,Jt.LSmTi777i I s. 3flrofessionai Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law Up HOTCL I ml iiirvi 11111 min 1 .i i . I w kfti. ii .t ww,i y ixwii wmlm - oR.w.wwli m ift r2 mja - I IIAIITFOIID, KT. Will praotlce U!b irfrtUu in this and udjalultift cotmUrsi. Cotiuuoraltvl and tr.uilti.i rinctlw Sinvklty. jn- k! ' ! Ii nUTCL OFAMERKAN ideaLj cartoons aih h 'm'cIUh In a cllr where cood hotels bound, lh Powhatan heads the Int. It It first In the hum of Itt countrjmtn. C7 Barnes .I(wb V. Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. II. UiriKsH & Smith tuid C. JB - nibcro Messeng vcr W.'diiesil (iC) 3&&rai SSS ,. ; l. l."A'i7fl war romance, which Is the talk of Winnipeg, Catu In. where the principals of tlie ttfory reside, has Just rulm'niited In the marriage nt nn Knrllsh hospital of MHs Stonclioiibe lo nor soldier flWeetlVuri. who was brought buck roro (he fiont Incapacitated by wounds received In heroic action on the fighting Jlnep. TVie bridegroom left Canada wh one of the llrst of tho Canadian contingents Ills name listed amonR the wounded Impelled MI&s niuiiL-iiuucucr iiu.iiitiiiniii-io m.i ho me long journey or l.tioo miles to comfort Her wounded soldier hi Hupcthenrt The photograph shows tflo happ pair, groom with head bandaged, bride at Ms left. The groom Is being congratulated by his biinl.le, who had been wheeled out to the Kiound of he hnsnUfU in order fo be present at the wedding. A SSSliSM0iS3 fcriisiii!jjsiiiiniir2ifijd !.. 1 HKtiB82& i fn ilcar.. ' i pages :e), and is up-i- i regard, Twice-a-Week Mc - '.'y, "Hger In- ; year will, flu M 111 COIU1C I naruord O KcpuL ....;wa hat tuft nib EXPOSITION .. GUARDIAN OF THE CAPITOL i Both papers, one year ft 51.50. All clubbing subscrij tions should be addressed i Republican, Hartford, Ky. Avenue, IStli and H Streets, makes it a desirable bcadquar lets for britl.il couples, tourist 1'itlio, conventions. Schools and tolleges. t The Powhatan attracts the people of culture and education. Its proximity to Slate, War and .Saw Ucpirlments, also to many points of historic-i- t interest, makes this hotel especially at. tractive to a discriminating public. The Powhatan olTeri roemi with detached bith at J1.J0, 52 00 and up Rooms with private bath, $2 SO. J3.00 and up. Write for booklet with mip, Tlie Towliatin n trfincil, ex. cliiMc, and restful Its excellent location on IVnnstlrama Sinl.li aiinounw tJint ihvy luvc foriry- a luiUiorMhiji for the jjoner.U rno .nee or law, oxc.-p- t cnU11h1.1l mid Avir ewit, Mr. 6mlth Ihujib Comity Attnf ! 13 fru'ii pr.MbcUtg stick Mr. Unriii. will iiulU iduull; ()frirt J.uci.j.t htwli practtots, lu llarUord building, Hart foia, K cii i. 1 l i- - z Hint- ,i tl' T II'M'III rmiiurll. Ki HIV rf,vnv K. oTRATTON Attarnp MARTIN. l.. CLirPOP.D M. LEWIS, !anajcr. A in lit It counties. Collecllaiw. lunn ".'oial nml Criminal 1'rucllcc a 'ihlty. I'coinp and vlgoroti Jiii,ice. Netarr In office. rr-- r 1 CROIYP Will j.ractl .11 ut Law KY jirofeNiion .G.UL, .""''" 'tnf -- r,rri . B nnnmoHnnnr a'JLXSAl -.. A. VOMEN'i WO&L'L2& rATHfTtjl irnmit.r "ho most :" t,Mltt vpii(ia ''"'"uilcal, cleansing; ai ' Ger i(j .I1, Hfllir wH' of all antiseptics i TlUDC-MAHKfl 'Zm Y . .'. , pK,i M i mhi.ui I irlistnn ScihI IJIH I WnWI'l HI " II I 'i Ji. 36aWMKft TT 5tiTvv tfMVi Z' V Si? JmmmWJWWVVaP&i5?3l $J&fa yjfjffs iSisOs S&WI? 0 Jiftfo r2& o cii jAtriiUi 1' h 003-30- Clin passing mriipcrrwcirn tft firmd k1r hh ilwi to f U yr S ir!r, PT 1 -- U r wci it fr rntfc krii- - soluble Antiseptic Powder lo cissclvctl in water as needed. j liMKfcD sriRVIC13 .hundre'd per cent T"luo. Special ork for 0. W. 0 V GUAK V. "F. STEVENS, n. P t). 7. Hartford, Ky. 'RepresentinR Continental Marble & Granite Co. Asa ir.culclnal antiseptic for douche s 1 tu.4t.ns catarrh, inflammation ur .lcv.ra.ion of nose, throat, and that au ( j Ly feminine ills it has-nequal, or tec years tho I,ydla li ria..ham Icdlcino Co. has recommended Paxtlno a their privato correspondence ritli women, ,L!ch proves its superiority. Women ftho havo been cured say .t Is "worth Its weight in gold." At lru,i"!'-tj- . POc. largo box. or by mall. Tho I'axtou Toilet Co., lioston, Mabs. . mn Colli The Goviinth ?3tfotf WftaHIWGVON.,C. c National Weekly Colliers in Clubs Until this Mddat5.5U. he price is First Time ycas-(VWie- has Iveii Ntnv sSlfSSfc8S'. ioiP J hbIiIiiBS liMKSjttjK i && fszz-- i i ii wvn- -' Hich-mond ? Baai hm poitlcii a' SanKrancKco was Virginia du at tile l'.inupi.i l'.iiltie a Rreat bucces. Our ilhistr.ition show, the color l.arers of tlie Light Intantry nines, on p:ir..il", and, at tl.e rii :, ;o;ernor Stuart deliering his address. of tho rotindh nF!TTloRi "&Jfi1 1 I Elliott Woods is the superintendent I'nited States capitol and in W.ibhiugton, and hus entire charge of the policing of the build lug Device for Fastening Doors. wedge under a door is one of the most effectual means for keeping1 it closed, for pushing upon the door Irom the outside only in A creases tho effect of the wedge. comenient device of this kind is made of metal, and It not only cne to wuige the door but also contain a mechanical bell mounted on the sunt bate and behind the vrdgo In such way that pressure on the la of thp wedge by tho door causes tlii The base c.trriis a set hell to 1111K of shnit points underneath so that it t.in be put In place and grips upm tlie carpet or flooring bo as not tn slide out of position. Such a dt lce can bi cirricd in tho poclfet and It is to bo recommended for travel lug. I'laiing a !I j , I I ' I Circuit Court T. F. Ulrklicaid. ! . Judge; Urn I). Klngo, Attorney; 1. Midkiff. Jailer, K. U. Bairass, ' Operated by Clerk, 10. E. Wrkhcad, Master Com-- 1 liitilu.ition. mlssioner; It. T. Collins, Tnistio S. O. Slierifl, Hotel Company Jury l'nnd; Deputies ICeowit, liratcher, Special Offer to Our Readers S. A. Hartford. Ke un rint! th rrf 11 ! nW fnr Ct'lvt't a oftico Jepulles Mrs. S. O. Keovwi au Ihc new ltcc. r I ave tnaiie arrai ecmrnta.1 Under New Management et tier it ami ur nn t .lbhc ticn ejcM Gi hi 10 iv Keown. Court eotueneb fl.t I r the price f TeBier'salnnr Thi tsalin itti' Monday in Kibrtiary and cotitinneb ter at) i niuit lie tArii.L' unlace Mri.m ill T. QUISEXBEimY. three wens, third .Monday in April, two uucks; third .Mondu) iti October, What You Get yn Collier's- JSI.IM), SI.S5 anil !?l.rl p- - Ia 'iuk two weeks. CoVm't is the im' Me independent, (earlr-- s U. Outs. County Court John IJ. Wilson, Meals v.eekl of the vvliile eimnlrt Ni t only iitll r Judge: W. C. Ulankenshlp. Clerk. etwid citirn's liantthui k hut it is aaflt IJcst in the city for tho money C. E. Smith, Attonioj, Hartfonl rui. 'fine (or the hole f mily AmmU' tiling, ihat a )cai' sulscription ki'ta Win Special attention to the traveling Court eotivi'ncs first Monday in each mouth. 1000 FdltoriaU Quarterly Court-I5(l- ns public. 600 Nrwa Photos on the 250 Short ArtltU. first .Mouuay lu everj month. ISO Short Murir, Court of Calms Convenes first 100 lllwtrdrtl OWENSBORO.KY. 2 Complete Novel. Tuesday in January and first Tuesu day in October. fr Collier's ) Other County Officers-- C. S. Mov-loiriiMgg Sureor, I'onlsille, Ky., it. Hartford Republican 2; Tom Hincs. AssCttsor. P. I). N' Olaton, So. Ky.; Ozua Shults, Superiu- tentlent, Hartford: Or. A. U. Kilev. Coroner. Hartford; T. II. Deuton. lload Engineer, Hartford. JUSTICES' COLKTS. Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft- Succeed when cverjthinj else fall. er ad Monday In March, Tuesduj aft In nervous prostration, and ftmale er 3d M0111I.1v In Jniwi Tuoxil.n ntf weaknesses they arc the supreme er 'id Monthly in September, Tue-- jl ' remedy, as thousands hae testified. day after .!il Moniiay In Hituniher. u. A. MeU.inlel, Roekport, Fnd.i UeCALL I'ATTCRNS FOR KIDNEY, LIVE-RANC' "'r tor njie. perfert ft. simplicity snr) latter 3d Monday In Man h, Krldav STOMACH TROUBLE (after k ', ,v VT.nVV'e V, Va'te' in June. Fr dn is the be&t medicine ever sold i after Jd Monday In Sci'emhtr, ip i iiu " , r hv a.- t rc.t. m re over a druggist's counter. I Friday attex 'M Mondaj In lie ""l. turf "J " " magazine lor ncc cji4iout. franco cembcT. cCM.vs than any fit! ei fashlnr. J'"'e i S W l.r".ipb frntnunll Wivlnoorl-n- - U after 3d Monday in March,, Wed- - a et t.es. pjtt.rn mininuj, iifed'cwoiL,i.ii',iressIni', YOU iiicsday after 3d 3dMonday ini June. ,,'"n "'"tM-'nr- .S'",'.?..:-"Wtdncadai after Mo.fdav s ml ;' r sn.j tor sample u.py. '''"her, Wednesday after 3d Mon - 1' ! "TTIIF1 AH iri day in December. .Womilci-u- l inducements UUK I It. C. TicllC'IlOr. CentcrtOWn. Sit- - I ,oAi:"'s. I'oHal linnpa premium caUlojue Planters House Directory Ciio County S2.J' concession hen1-lj- nc ran offer it at a still further reduction in connection Wl 'l till!' Planters 1 11 f $2-50- y, Electri Bitter& D 'sj.bU' i w$y 1 Xs! ' JjIJWar - I I WILL -- f T.'hT' c IrlL V , nv.west American torpedo boat destroyer, the Conyng-JiatnI'hlladelphla, and littlo Miss Anna Couynghatn at the CrampH shipyards. Kteeiis, who was poii4dr for tho essel. launching or.tlyi J" per that he llnlPhed the llim. 'And nmy there be no muunliig at the bar Tommy who had been, riddled with when put out to sea.' A moment later fhrapnel, an atiny surgeon In" London he was dead." "" " on leave said: Foreigners In Chinese Service. Greatest Living Poet. "Ab we laid the potff 'fc'lldw tenderly Many foreigners are engaged by the There- is no "great poet" living tosuddenly h been tho hospital cot,. Chinese government In Its various degan to sing Twin) srrn'H 'Crossing tho. day. , lietween the few ho called poets partments, either In the customs, railliar,' to Sir Joseph Harnbyls beautiful of. today there is but little choice ways, post offices, or other branches. netting. Hts voJcohWb p.00 of the This, is not (ai age of poetry. The at' According to tho latest Information eweetesl tenors I ever hcardRoctorir. tnotiphere of the time would Instantly the total la 3.P4S persona, whose na nurses and orderlies gathered, at. lits choke'' a real poet' to death, Tim iinnullties are as follows: Hrltish. bedtlde llitenl'ng 'In iljlence," 'ffceply '" 'cnnuieS arV, however, that we will .1,105; French, 1,003; German, 633; some real poet. laier on wnea tooved, while b'e'tang'tleBdng tbroutjli 46:l. American,' 174: Japa-thl-a .. u, '....1-andviho real soul of .m. to the end, bti ttrensth waning with ch viirie. Tt wm altnott in a whis humanity legtne to assert Itself. .',,,! olhltr- - !B. a -i .rviSiH When Tommy "Put Out to, Sea." Inscribing tho death ,p,f;. aJIritlBh 1 Prayer. Let me hae a good sense of propor tion. Let mo live inoro in today, In stead of living so greatly in the past and counting so largely upon tho tu ture. Teach mo to reullzo that regrets ..un.. tlin liner U.III L'nt niM llllllllllL' while too great preparations for ih future may llnd mu lu my grae and unable to cash in on the climax. Teach mo 10 reonzo inai me muu wuu niivuua all his earnings is bimpiy anu soiciy au asset to, his relatives. Enablo me to get Into tho cheerful triune of mind where today always looks fair and bright, where all tho disagreeable things in, the pnst are forgotten and where the future does not assume n vastly overrated importance lu the present. A " - nr war-ln-ove- ,, "'-..- .... ' Treatment muuiu. Wlnson Smltn, Sjloct, Tuesday .w --4S. -MwMWUk VM. X'Oi for" WEAK after 2d Monday lu March, Tuesday nfter 2d Monday in May, Tuesday !Ct.H.l8MVJ...4MlU.,.. LUNGS or aftor 3d Monday in August, Tuus-Uai- y LUMCSJ after 2d Monday lu November. CONSUMPTION W. S. Dean, WedDundee, Mondav WITH tf you mention this papcrwew II send you nesday after tho second 'M M(indaIn bot,Ie FREE by mail a quick relief for March, Wednesday after In .May, Wednesday after 3d Monday fi,at ,iredrun.down feeling, conghs, pains !Jn chcst, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak In August, Wednesday after 2d Mon-l.i- y In November. qungs or consumption. Hen F. Rice, FondHvlllp, Tuesday pnim? (OCX BOX (IS OHIO MEDICAL. CO. FRR OQUGHS A. 4 ifter 2d Monday in March, ThursCOtUMBUS, 0. ."VO 4 .IM Trial Bottle Fret day after 2d Monday In May, ThursOLDS AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. day after 2d Monday In August, Thursday after 2d Monday In NoQUAKANTliED SATISFAOXOSYl OVER OS YEARS vember. Oil monEY llEFTJUDED. Den W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftmtmwmmwfa. EXPEHIENCC Monday In March, Friday after er 2d 2d Monday in May, Friday aftor 3d Monday in August, Friday after 2d M Monday in November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. ' Trade Marks Foglo, City Attorney; J, I. Stoens, pnocuHEDANODcrcriDcoi.8!.! DESIGNS Marshal; Court convents tecoud MondrawuirT urHivlo. I41ruu4.1t nuuvii uld ire rr4rs. I CopvnicHTO Ac. t ro aJrioc. how u uLUJa r4au. trmdw tuiissit, I day in each month. Anyons sendlm II rieleh nnd description may I im ii COUNTniCS. City CounclI-r- J. C. Her. Major; R. culrklr urorlnlii onroidiilon frtjoConimuntr.v luinoi Jirrrl trt4 Wkltg(im mw llm, Intention Is ivuloblf sutiiiiliihM. T, Collins, Clerk;, J. B. Bean, Treasmsittf ana cjtem rut fawtr, llonistrtctlrcniiUUeulfiil. HAHUBOO' on I'ateuu ntlroa. ((Men kireney forwcuihicpaleiila. fa test and Inftispmeat Prartlc Excintnly. urer. Members of Council J. 0. Ben-net- t. i huiiu m, Co. rwwlTt I'aienia isvn Capt. A. D. White. "A: B. Yat6, yla tutiu, without, ckarci, Itt tho tU SUUk tr.str VMtsaassftsa Mas, I W. II. Gillespie; W. II. lisroes, 0. M. .I iti waaasiHaTortoD. tt . CfiVjIfifta' fliiiifHCsltl1 1 Crowe, Hartford Board EducallM J. II. or, Carson, CtVm'n.; CM. Barnett; a, Sec; E. W. Ford, Traaa.; R. T. WM FREES y m UcilSw. NEW VOBsV Dr. King's New Discovery 13332 inn-uifi- Wiltari-onMtuMas- sSSSSwiaS rCo!'M"''Nii(,jpri wrswtiwmiis a V j. a Dik Col-Un- y JEFY Cwl. MANY WAYS '.D r BBs? Net Contend lSFlaldDndaj CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Men Compelled ts Submit to Exposure Havs Oeviaeri n tn mbsr of Ingenious Methods. Mothers Know That CASTORjA AVejclaMcPrcamtiontorAJ tindtlic Genuine Castoria 1 aixoiioi. arnnccNT. i i Always Bears tin3 shnu.iliiifllUcioiKianu'w SluinuSanlBul!.d jJESSSEl rroumlcsUiycblioaflicowl OniunuMoipluneiurJancfli if Jr A Signature of i J F y w iy - las Not jauacsauusau. tajii.fiv' JixitUtiftt XAitcoTiC. .urf ., j ji In AlS&Sffi lOSSOl-'bWEl. Ittilrpm rnir no M m Use For Over is jli'l.SinukSinatnKu tJ xi-vy- yuiw Thirty Years ESIiXIB3r-w-H CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMf OINTAUK eOMMNV, MCW VOflll CITY. plpo carrying the smoku and gas out nt llio rear. A bushel of coal carries him through ono rural delivery trip nicely. The Btovo is kept going away into spring oti stormy or chilly days. Hut this rontrlvniico has horn paralleled In the past. According to ti Dakota story a tenderfoot inventor sojournlrg In that region several jenra ago had a Bnddlc especially made with un asbestos lining. In the pockets cf thu saddle he was accustomed to place hot bricks when starting on long horseback Journeys. Thu cowboys laughed a great deal at him, asking what uas the bennnt. of toasting at Hie calves and freezing at the throat. Hut thero vteri thohu who would Jiae tiled it had the innovation been canity attached. ilieru is a story of a Minneapolis policeman who puttered a great deal with electricity in his days off, and who was said to havu arranged an electric heater In the shape of a belt or htru) along the tall of his coat. Scoffers declared that he had a way of throwing a piece of wire over an electric wire in the street and attaching It for a minute to his patent belt anil p.itent transformers. This he denied at a police trial, admitting, however, that he had been winking on a battery heater that could bo carried in the enut and produce a very comfortable amount of warmth. Part of his scheme, was to construct a heater coat. TRYING OUT ELECTRIC WAITER Invention, It Is Believed, Will Do Away With the Employment of Man and Woman Servitors. Ilural mall carriers need novcrsuftor from wlnlur rlfjors or cold days generally If they follow the cxamplo of Homer Slider of Uldtown, Aid. Slider makes his daily trip in a buggy mounted on runners In winter, w'lth u complcto littlo Btovo Inside, a small cry- , no Tnt I'p home tha' ' her two ch')-- ' f 1C0 'O iii) "-- t" for Mrs Cal., llT iurm her and n i 'I Tostl trjd Mr Miat all ho wanted was Fr""''h 7 to eat and a change of wcarh. apparel for his prison stripes. Mrs. Kelloy was awakened by tho crjlng of her two babies, who had been dlnlurbcd by tho convict, is sho awoke sho saw Toatl pick up tho younger ono and soothingly begin to rorlc It Ho kept this up until the child fell asleep. Noticing that Mrs Kelley was awake, Tostl addressed hor. saying' "Don't bo afraid. I am fond of children and I would not harm two like these or their mother." After this ho kept up a running fire of conersatlon, and as soon as ho liad foraged In tho kitchen for some victuals he left, apologizing for his With Tostl went Mrs. Kl-ley'- s husband's overcoat. Tostl had served only two years of r a sentence for grand larceny committed In Merced county when he escaped from San Quentln. ten-yea- Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I liouht the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish evciy suffering woman would give It Always HelDS says a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and tt always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak.- ailing women for more than fifty years. ut - The Woman's Tonic Get a Bottle Today! K " fM lav M MJ MJ MJ U2J IKJ lJ IBJ 191 (! fll HAS TO DRAW ON ENGLAND ai8'!g'!3i'a!;gg0 France Feeling the Scarcity of Coal Consequent on the German Control of the Mines. Trance Is now compelled to call on Knglaud for coal, which was formerly, mined in tho north of France. Practically all the mines in that district have either been destroyed by the Oernian artillery or are being operated by Germans. At I.iorln and Coiirrieres the Gorman army is carrying on extensive mining operations and producing groat iiuuntlllcs of coal, which are being shipped Into Helglum for the use of the German military forces. France Is no longer able to dra'w coal fioin Mons and Charlerol, which formerly supplied large quantities for exportation. Consequently, the residents of 1101 thorn France are largely dependent upon English mines for coal, which has become very scarce. Frequently towns and villages near the lighting lines are entirely without toal for a week. This works great hardship on hospitals, sadly in need of the fuel for hundreds of thousands of wounded and the sick soldiers of tho allies who are being cared for In French towns. HosDltal Baroes. Northern France is rich in water- -' I KmTTq Gvea full of life and action, filled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, win mane aarfev l Starck Pianos No Money in Advance Sol Inflicd tion tiunr-nutnn- LowrntN- 1'nclary PricnN Ssvi TnrniM -t Iiaiiriii A SlOO io o ii il ol fflLffisMH IN YOUR OWN HOME P STAHCK .acaiOCYT A sail Prom lory Direct Vac u a beautiful Sunt; Piano t it "l ititi Wo will ship 'r upIn jnur home No cutih riiiiilrcil. .Ml wo nsl: H thai uu will ,'j i. in. use plain, (or 30 ir, ut 11. u end vf t'.at tlmo. )nu l.i mil rtiul It Ilia unit lost this liiKlt.-a- t Kiade, Mnvtilvst titrifil iiimI tini"t pi.mr. In vory w )y, lh.i y mi have ever u ba.Ms. ami we will. In that rut the iiinliey. ).iunin .it ierfi't lllur j to event, pay tin- - rrHitlil Iioth w.is. Tills iluicU llaiso must mul.e kak1 will; you, or there Is no Kale. 30 MV DAYS' FREE TRIAL jnuiit fre iHi An electrical invention which. It is claimed, will do away with waiters In restaurants and hotels Is being experimented with. Bach table In tho restaurant is to be llttt'd with a frame hearing the menu and a series of electrical "press buttons" eoricspouillng with each Item In the menu. The customer sits down before the aheady bid table, with a neat pile of glistening silver on one side, chooses the dishes which he prefers, and proved tho coriespoiuliiig buttons in tin 11. In the kitchen of the restaurant the number of the table and the number of the course required are signaled on a sci ecu to the chefs and their assistants, and in a few bcconils a straining hot dish appears in a little lift at the side of the diner's table. The customer helps himself, presses a button, and the dish dlsappcais as silently as it came, leaving at the side of the plate a little aluminum ticket Indicating the sum to be paid. Germs Hide for 50 Years. fatality which has strangely repeated itself after the passage .of a half century In ltayinoud Millers' Fawn Grove house was attributed by health authorities and attending to diphtheria germs which' hud lurked iu the walU during the loug interval. Fifty years ago diphtheria broke out iu a family which previously owned tho property and caused several deaths. Shortly before the 'present outbreaks Miller decided to have the walls of the houso papered, and a heavy coating of whitewash was scraped away and this refuse thrown in a heap outside. XVurm, damp weather followed and supposedly levlved germs from the previous epidemic, which bad been Imprisoned under the whitewash. York (I'a.) Dispatch to tho riiiiaueipuia iioeoni. A TfieYOUTiTS COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Pagej Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and ".a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone mtnenome. l nereis no age limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION let ua end you Three Current Usuea FREE. Inclose thia Coupon with your requeat. m 52 Times a Year Sava $150.00 or Mara Easy Faymanls it I..C Yon rny ! cit iiol jt'mi flniiri a ixano. limit to )i"i Inim our fjrtorr, ( ir'l ih In prior tlul uif )ou i jr.iril jiHtr jiIjiio. Wi Guarantit' furnN'i piano for thi ninm-- ilun ) rail trvvln tr. You art aMirM of rinin rwrrt WtifJ iliinil.li' I.U'i ti'clory of trUl, Ml vi(ict Iprmi i ua in!i sn' nil in t. mf oinT'iilncv, u iimi yrr.r ti rrn fur Ix'in ll1'l. p.n tt s u ,ui jn 1 I .t iflcr l inl h 3K.Yt R:aJla Tfrr Starck for y.r lu'j-diircx M i pLinj jfjii-- .l to ...'Me lor , 0 iliyi on tin iuw-t- . witliOut Tb.4 tfuarutn tui tuci at It our 35 yiti of pljn i(vTncf, ami th Ullrxi of nn old rttitillinL miioaillilr piano botu?. Ii Piano ! rf 2nd Hand Bargains tV. lut ii.tjnth oi h. Ji illvntlf t iinrt uumb Jf plJJ (wt jU ami liiml .l Playtr-Naii- I SO T Frai Musio Lissons in of f firry piirtlurr Wjrrk rianoi, wi mc Itiv ini.o lruin. known lh un.ljnl inilri uVii Ii tlune Ijr npw Stan.i t'Uni Th (llliw. in J l'lrr-PliniInj art few ivnnle hrrlai: S11000 Weber Stcirvvay 9200 9003 Chickerine Kimball 93.00 tut fltyri l'in a nurkrt. Vmi will th TJCK I'.it I ' i.. iiiimi of thftt mnJi'rttil lnlruniin'., tat will he pVi-- . wiih lh tj low prlc-- al wliii h thry can I scurJ. 0 yt wlt.'i tlK' nuny sj mil. on in I j I. ooe In let llif"! hcliool )oix rhtrii. la your Iv.n--liomr, ii'tt rn mall. Thii o n i liy roprrfc-nt- Starck SmiI 19S.00 5r.il fuir IJ'lllfiilly iilutlrjtti pljIW UmiI; Piano look Fraa lihljv fiir nowr vivi ways, and hospital barges are already running between Paris and the battle-- 1 magazines. front, under the auspices of the Union SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE des Femmos de France. The hold Is enameled white and fitted with 40 THE HARTFOBD REPU1JMCAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH beds, and at the end Is the nurse's ONE YKAlt FOU ONLY $2.75. . retiring-roomThe barge master'a cabin is converted into a living-roofor two surgeons. There Is an operating-room, loo, with washing gear, an electric plant, and a perfect system of heating. To convert a Seine bargo into a gondola of this kind costs a bare $300. and the results are beyond praise especially to fracture cases, $1.3S to whom tho Jolting load is agony. The Republican and Louisville Herald Tho wounded are hoisted In by 1.76 means of small cranes, and the barge The Rkptklican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at Is then towed by steam or motor yachts lent by wealthy persons, who The Repuiilican and. Home and Farm .......;.;'. 1.60 are more than glad not only to lend 1.7 their boats free of charge, but to navi- The Republican gate them In person, thus sharing in 3.60 the work of mercy. The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald.., Thoae who subacrihe now, aendinir $2 for the 52 iuuea of THE COMPANION for 1915. will receive The Companion Home Calendar FREE. not 12. More good reading than you will get in any of the monthly OUR CLUBBING RATES. andTwice-a-WeekOwensborolnqui- rer fir our litnt complrta lunil birgiln hit. 13 JU jttt'l fire imtnictioti. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. Urifr 'inivunt of Infrnu Honri'?jMin:piano TMi lnuk will infprnt in.1 plnw )ou. Write toJjy. which )oti a SUrok Hide CHICAGO i.4tt FARE iKmM) ramzm aap&v - MAILY $322 tif k i. teas-SSBSS'?- !'! BETWEEN - .. -- !..7i.iisK!m. A4J!&T? CLEVELAND & , ;c'.& BUFFALO ?S"iSSS "CITY anno-- -. r h CrcItShin "SEEANDBEE' " wat.-ro- f llirutitfuulm.itnttteami-ronanyIiiU3I o"T Iu- - wv r lni.r., OF ERIE" I'm worU. Slerpinj jSt- acejm-nl- I i Five Year of Boy Scouts. The Hoy Scout movement in America Is only live years old. Yet so common Is the sight of tho scout uniform. Is thu scout servlco mi and so deep Js Its Impression mi the American imagination that it is hard not to think that Hoy Scouts hae always been. There are times when all of us of the future of the race, so rampant seems evil, so triumphant and arrogant seem vice and selfishness. We know of nothing that can so r Dyeing War Horses. Kver since the war broko out experiments have been mado with a, view to dyeing tho coats of whlto horses, bill simple as It may seem to the uninitiated a satisfactory result has not et boon, c'ltnliiod. "m'ninus Inventors ennfo forward with vaunted dyes, hut after the preliminary tests only one liquid seemed to resist tho A battery of :M rain satisfactorily. white horses was consequently treated, and sent out on duty in all va titers. When they returned after a week or ten days all the beasts were of a beautiful bottle green, and are expected to retain that hue for somo time to come. Republican Republican Republican The Republican The The The The The .republican and .uany uwenBooro inquirer Republican and k O'boro Messenger Twice-a-Wee- 3.50 1.7 1.75 and Kentucky Farmer and New Idea Woman's lagazine.. 1.30 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. .. . 1.50 and Weekly liner Ocean and Farmer $J,5P Address all orders to ' THE REPUBLICAN. 3 Magnificent Steaaiera lll.IWULN " 'CITY OF BUFfALO" CLEVELAND Dally, May 1st to Dec 1st BUFFALO ' UieCVrehnJ at 1,?l',i!' swiftly robtore faith for humanity as boys in scout the sight of a khaki. Toledo Ulade. half-doze- n StacdinlilT.) I t..I 'J ai Ciia I n rvj'jiH. Unla'i UN tvwl ? tras.;urajn hi -t .itm:t. aix ii 1'. A B. at t.jiuri lor an I l r 1 Im. I Piwtiri. I Ship "Si:t!ANUni:i;" auit on iw. ip of ai t r;u.s, v.w aic J WV I fW onr pil.ietal aiil kTUilr'M'''. CO.. Ciar.laad, Ohio M THE CLEVELAND &. 11 UP FA LO TRAM-I- T Co.tiic.-iV- DufTa! eU revJuift lwte.-l jlt Lcinfc ;T.t for l e'tt II 1 for Klica-I a I'alU (d-.- nl rn-- 1 " - k- 5 f 1 :W -- i t t i t J :THOS. E. MOSSj Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. J Lifetime experience with best of workmen, andean "Wit any reference uo&ircu. Uall me on llarUoril 2 Mill (' ., 'nhono, or address mo at Hartford, Ky. Convincing Argument. Timid Lady (about to buy a ticket for Now York) Aud is the boat that sails on Thursday perfectly sate? Agent (gravely) Madam. I enn assure you that iu all tho time this ship has been In service, ami that is now a number of years, not ouco has sho gone to tho bottom. Timid Iidy (reassured) Oh, then, It must be all right. What cabins havo )ou vacant? Loudon Tit-Hit- I i I Automatic Post Office In Paris. Tho first of the automatic post offices which are shortly to be Installed at different points In Paris is already workiut; in the great waiting room of the Guro St. I.azaie, It Is very much of the typo of the ordinary automatic mas chine, but distributes. Instead of and matches, stamps of the required denomination, postal cards and letter cards, Thu machine takes only French money, but conscientiously such coins as It does not accept as current. At each side of tho machine, are ledges on which tho client can scribble his correspondence, which he can then place in tho letter box. choc-otatc- NEW NOT THE SEWING MA iNE USE LIV-VER- -L . . AX OF QUALITY. UNDER ANY SOLD OTHER NAME. HOME For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. French Wheit Crop Large. French farmers ralso more wheat than the Argentine, Hridsh India or Canada, all of them great world granaries. Franco grows ubout bushels a year; enough wjth strict economy to supply herself without help from outside. Queer. "Queer, isn't UT" "What UT" "You never hear a man admit that he's a failure." aelf-uiaU- Claims Important Discoveries. Savannah, (Ja., man has claimed to haye discovered a chemical which when applied to growing 'cotton turns It Jet black. Ho also claims to be able to grow roses of n pure velvet black aud be believe his, disepvery. wU revolutionize (be cultivation of plants generally. A ....$ 5 The Idea. "How Is It, my mail, that you ca:: afford to give up work-Innow?" "Sure, sir, I'm going to be ? If you wuiitu -- owing uiJL'blnr, wrlto for our latratiutulotfuo yo,i purvhawr. TheNiW Home Sew'tnj Multp Ca.4 OfMTe, (lis. Fceliricht alt thu time. Don't lay oflt from work for day? by taking; calonwl keeps yof when pleasaut Lioi Ver-La- x WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. on your feet, while rellevingyour troubIf you purcluw thoNliW HOME you wll too, and easy to take. Don't havo a lift) uutt at Uio n you pay,uud will le. Safer take anything, elsp. You can't aiTord ' it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sy notliaveautiiillrssrtuluorrvuln. tern ar.il reUuvc3 constipation. A natQuality ural rcmedy,TiatUral in its actions, sum in Its effect and .certain in results. It Considered won't Jxs.Ione; before LiV- - VtrLax will completely displace, calomel in evert it is tho Jibrrie. Chlturetfctin take it freely ant with porfect affetyv'Every bottle guar, ' GheapeJt MaW Jr iPb11 anteed. 50c ami $1 in bottles. Nona aBBjppjr aj lrtlTiaJi in (lie end genuine without the likeness and siitu turn of L. K. Grlgsby. I'ur sale by buy. to lUrUonl. Ky. J. H. WILLIAMS, TJJTiTli2 4 Vol pain. -- In In"- - la IX lit AJiUi'.Ui lark goo-- J reoieO fUU. V --i The Biggest vi i House in Ohio VINSON'S. BEAVER DAM. KY. Bargain County or the Green River Country! stocks now ready for winter. Every year vc save the people thousands Bt of dollars. Big new DRV GOODS, CLOTHIUG, SHOES, HATS, CAPS and MILLINER? EVERYTHING FROM HEAD TO FOOT FOR MEN. WOMEN AND CHILDREN. " ' You get all, your money will pay for. Remember, there is no rake off here to make up for bad accounts ' et $8.00 do the work of $10.00 elsewhere. ' Come and B J. T. VINSON REVOLUTION OR her fi. Dr. Richard Well, of the Gtm- eral Memorial, says that autolysln has certain characteristics of past nostrums and is, from his observation, useless; the Journal condemns the treatment editorially, and there is an exhibit of telegrams to show that big fees are asked in the com of the sub- mercial exploitation i . SON, Beaver Dam, Ky.J 1- for $500." Ssouhiuills, the new Greek Premier, The Seattle mail agreed and was LATEST WAR NEWS ban formally notified France tn;i told that Dr. William F. Filch would Greece wlll remain neutral. come to Seattle for $500 and expenANARCHY LIKELY Monday. ses. SrrMu. The Austro-German- s 1'iiltoil States. The Brit- and A Detroit pliyufclan received a let- Ish blockade was- declared "Ineffec- - Bulgarians are continuing their adL.M11. ......1.... .I... .....,. 1In " """ New York . tvo Illegal and Indefensible" in the vance Into Siberia from the Norfjk VisCOUnt Milner Tak8S a Rap at, . ,., would cost $250. ' ,r be responsible for an almost fatal tll. and the East. ' hemorrhage." Dr. Well maintains with afler treatments at $25 to 35 ' (lll) r,.,ul, , the" English' Censor a week. To send a member of the .,,. .m, .i Italy. a.,,,,. i at m aescrt nine nronnsinir results -""' .. . ..,.i., .Ill .. Y..I... f lll,,ll..li.M.tl .11 17. ti, Austrian A large submarine flying . .,.,,.,. ... vi,lnctiiu flag has sunk tho Italian In the dispute between General achieved by autoljsln Dr. Beebe has taff '" 'Stroll would cost $1,000. . . ship. y treatments j v st- - 'oil's inquirer was toM "'nt i iat nlclit Memorial Hospital, Cornell .Medical omitted to mention Great Ilrltalu Is uotltled Line steamer An conn, from Nnplea i lntt'al fp' r treatment at New) lat Ulg coulltry wlll ,UI oncor ..,uu. for New York. Dispatches from School and Dr. Deelie. the physician's which were given at tins same time London, Nov. 9. The debate on retirement from the start' of one and and which in themselves, might very York would lie $'.00 and $.".0 a 'eek nJt (, cl,rlalcnt of ju rKj,ts as a Home give no details of the disaster the conduct of the war and the cen- the faculty of the other was due well nncnnnt for nil lipnrrfit. een f tliercafter, neutral;" will Insist on. the obsorv-anr- c hvyond the fact that 270 survlvor.i 1,r- - 1Jot;l,c 'r,,t,? to aewttle. It W An affidavit sorship was resumed in the House of principally to charges that he had It were only temporary. of International rules and will of 4 82 persons aboard have been f another case, that treatment yesterday assume the task of championing the landed at Blzerta, on the North AfLord afternoon. Earl violnted, medical ethics in helping is presented of a man who swears f, rican coast. Of thoi on the Ancomi treatment. that his photograph was taken on ' Xew York could bo had for ?2.-tIntegrity of neutral rights. Loreburu. former High Chancellor, exploit a money-makiu- g 122 were passengers. only ,,ut lr "' patwnt could not come brought up the subject, declaring Dr. Beebe denied that he was com- the day after his first and treatment with autolysln. This pIio-- - "ast a member of the staff would Grewe.---- A he took this action owing to his mercially interested in autolysln. new Greek Cabinet has that tograph was later used In arnaga- -, charge $250 first fee, e.xpensis and beun formed with M. Skouloudis as ThurMlay.. belief that tho Marquis of Dr. Well says that General Mem a case $200 a day for each day on the nralu. Prime Minister and Mlnister.,of For On flic Kmm. About twenty-seve- n port- orial is disposed to Investigate any-- t ziue article as illustrating the Minister without i eign Aftalrs In which all the. mem Americans are believed to hne been folio, had not njfitfe adequate reply thine anromlsinc,, alleviation In enneer . where "autolysfK had pracriolly ,, . Mor-let to the arguments of hers of the Zalmls Ministry retain ' Iost wi('1 ,1,e torpedoed Italian Lin cases. A rule of the hospital re-- ! completed the cure. portfolios except M. Zalmls. It is be- er Ancoua, according to a cable to Editorially the JYvarnal says that nu'ires that before a treatment shall lieved In Athens that the chamber the State Department at WashingEarl Lorehitrn spoke of what ha be tried the e.act composition and 'when the solution of' the problem of For Infants ami Children wlll be prncugucd in ten days, which ton rronr Ambassador Page at Rome. termed "the misadventures" of the formula of the new substance must the prevention and cere of cancer fs ' sur'Antwerp ejfcp'edttlon, he loss of Hear bo disclosed to at least one member found "ft will not court; In the foriw In Use For would make It possible to avoid a Latest advices state that Admiral Sir Christopher Cradock's of tho medical board. Dr. Beebe fold of secret and mysterious combina-tloi- is Always bears dissolution of Parliament and the vivors have been landed at Tunis the ports and at Malta, but how many squadron the Dardanelles operations the hoard that the autolysiu formula calling of new elections controlled by a few individuals Signature of persons lost their lives In the disand the Balkan expedition. The had been comunicated to him and to be doled out to those wbo are able aster has not been ascertained. Oltl jpeaker said he had been told two so a considerable number ot cases' or willing to pay tho toll demanded. Serbia. The Teutonic Allies have snouthvago (hat 15,000,000 men were given him for experiment. All' further bent back the Serbian Hue in clals at Washington feel certain that 'Whether the autolysln mixture1 I'lirni TTor Hiife. and been killed or disabled for life, ' of thes'e were Inoperable cases, but may passes' some elements of value the north. They have captured the the Ancoua attempted to escape and Eighty acres of good la:td contaln-iu- s; important touu of Kruliewi, and set forth that this would Justify thu and that multitudes had been added Dr. Well says it is not true that they In combating the scourge of cancer dwelling, barn and other i must to this number since and that if the : were all hopeless. have advanced past Slatina iu th use of force by the submarine. be left to the future to decide. Twenty three men were killed, situated on Hartford and Western Morava valley. The Bulconflict CDnilouetWHdeflnltely. "rev- ,, m5f tweiIt. Even should It he found of use, this ..shlce January olutlou or anarchy' might follow la lUree cas,es have been tTC.Mcd , the would nor after the fact that the Kockport road. Well and spring on garians have forced a passage of the thirty are missing and fifty wm Europe. Krivlvir. In tlitt wounded In an attack by gunfire j wards of the hospital by Dr. Beebe methods of exploitation have been frjcu Church and schoolhcuse near. Timnk River a a "Uuless the collective south Poris reports that the Freneh rrom a submarine on the British Common ... Itl. nnl..,ln " nhuinw Hi- - XV..1I unworthy of scientific men, and in Tor price, terms, etc , call or address troops In the vicinity of Habrovo transport Mercian. A German sub 6ense of mankind prevails before the "Of these, fourteen patients died in their effects on the public the very BARNETT & SON. Agts. ' the French Llu. have consolidated their position.--, and marine sunk worst comes." added Earl Loreburu, the hospital and eight were discharg- refinement' of crnelty." Hartfocr:, Ivy. msf 'the great continent of Europe will ed unimproved. Only one, to the that near Krlvolak attacks by the four of the crew being seriously Tlie colltvrloiT f telegrams begins wounded. Two German submarine- Bulgarians have been repulsed. he little better than a wilderness best of our knowledge. Is at the pres with one from a Seattle For the Itjinker.s d Conprnltrr. were sunk in tlli Straits of Gibraltar. peopled by old men, women and ent time In a condition which: could nskiii-- s for uutolysin to treat an in Vt fs suggested that American In Kust And West. -- In the lighting The British Hteamers Calitornia ami. , children." operable case. Dr. Beebe ropfied: be described as an improvement. , bankers, IF they are patriotic citizens Mooruia have been sunk. Hr contended that the government In the cases treated thera- was a "A.itolysih not given out for gen- - Instead of loaning money to keep in France in the rfgitm of the Somnie. had no right to commit the country partial elimination of growths and eral use by profession. Keason, unac- the w:ur jtlixe In Eurcmv will retain and Oisn ltlvers,. the French have England. Great Britain's financapturnd German posts near Andre-- 1 ., beyond its resources, - and wanted as- - i .a wi n.ni. aitCi "Ul nsi vtu quainted' wltlt therapeutic effect and enotrgh money on hand to ste-- r our Liitrii i,.. i.... surances that proper provision had i)e produced by many mineral or veg-- 1 physiological action Either neces own gowrnment off tho rocks. In cny and repuisea uermuu attacks cial condition Is one of great gravity, Baron Davenport declared during a near Ueuvraigues. been made In regard to the forces in etable substances. Dr. Well notes. He sary tc bring' oatfeat here for treattho midst or our thankfulness that "Petrograd claims a successful at- - debate In the House of Lords. Ho (He Balkans. and In (Mesopotamia, concedes that autolysln as a poultice ment orMuvu,ia,imbrof staff locon-sultatlo- jrwo Have not been involved in tho said the country could not go on an Egypt ud East Africa. cleansed and bettered the surface of fee hero conftut abroad, we might paus-- long (tack tsy.'the llusstaAs and the forcing It had oecn dolms'and maintain of the Germans to evacuate Olai, Viscount Milner criticised the cen- growths, but says thut the same re- 3250. Cbnsultatlou fee In Seattle enough to wonder what it wrong with More effective control of nasouthwest of Illga, and the capture sorship. Ho declared the news had sult Is achieved by the usual surface 2,000. A memtwr or our staff wfH be n system which, despite' the war tax val and military expenditures, wa u an optimistic applications. been "doctore As for the general of-- 1 In consultation with Dr. W. Gtfat .and 'an Income tax, permits the Gov- of the German second line trenches urged. on Lake Svenliu. govsense'' utul also denounced the fects relief of pain, lesseulmj of j Matthews at Batte, Mont., July 14, ernment to run behind more than ernment tor not going sooner to the anaemia, improvement of appetite, j X915. Tbu can" arrange Serbia. Tho thtvugh bull' a million dollars a day. -- A'euurk Tuetdaj . agsiitance of Serbia. and Germans are continuing thx-i-r him for a-- , consattatloa at that (.frnej .V. J.j St;tr. nutrition aud sleep, these have-beeEngland. The reply to the note march southward, while Baron Cqurtuey.'of Penwlth, well the Bulwhich the American government garians are moving Into the Uttla known 'as a peace advocate, followto Great Britain on the sub- Ulngdom In a westerly He said the ed Viscount Milner. direction. ject of the detention of American Down In the south It Is reported tho government should show Itself ready ships and Interference with Ameri- French have recaptured Veles. which to accept any . suggestiqus Governor SL Senator Rep. j C. Jiuge. t'om. Atty. It. It. Conu C. Clerk can commerce on the seas, it is anwould end the war, concluding, how-ove- r, ' 55 co ' 5J H-- ' ji nounced In London, probably will 5 Don't Peel Potatoes a agree k that the Germans must 5 c 2 2 S ? 5 The writer rates the potato vi.ry not be ready for several weeks. Meantoevacuate Belgium and Franco and Z it Zo ;; a while thu note has aroused much dis- 'tigh as a food, but peeiing and sonli-fun that no indemnity should be demand1'itEciNCTs. '? : ? : ? cussion and been tho subject of somi" deprl It of much of its nu,.l-t-v- e ed of Great Britain. unfavorable comment by the British 'r(ie. Po'ttti l.tcnil, su if Earl Curzon, of Kedleston, Lord press and public. the Ccrmniu are new U3lng, is whole-soui- o Irly Seal, who replied for the govTiili L3o iSS To:i hut tho sMem needs iiion. er 10 4 14 2T"2 0 0 coali-tio- u U 2i 1 9 J 14 r, 19 s 1 5 2 1 ft 7 ETliartford ernment, defended both tho SerMa. Still driving the Serbians It than of wheat-breaICC 148 100 1C7 101 10C 1C0 Of Ordlnarj W. Hartford 129 US 154 Sit 145 147 cabinet and its Liberal predeceshousehold wnste we are told, In sub112 113 112 119 Ho 112 112 113 110 HI 110 US 114 before- them, tho Austro-German- s sor. He reminded the' critics of the lleda have captured Krusevac, on the rail- stance. 130 111 l.'J7 llti UK VS 142 115 133 120 134 Sulphur Springs government that experts did not al12. i:s.i way northwest of Nlsh, and reached Cti G fill "There Is almost nothing In our 42 C5 03 40 40 12 43 4S ways agree. Me uunounced that the 02 Masai. Ivanjlca; they are attacking to the raw foodstulTs which can be used. (13 C"J OS C7 105 110 10S 103 G7 10S IOC SC 91 got eminent was considering whether Cromwell south of Krallevo and between that The pig nourishes and waxes fat 6 GS TC 4C 49 44 3:: 78 SO 42 63 71 Cl arrangements could not he made for Cool Springs 47 town and Krusovuc they have cross- tho contents of tho wasto-pai3S 132 1H1 132 Chil111 HI 135 Cl 01 ISR 37 93 -102 creating closer contact between the X. ltockport ed the Western Morava at several dren could nourish no less well on S3 90 So 89 S7 84 94 SS 92 87 SI 74 101 press aud tho fighting forces. S. Hockport f the discarded material. The servant 97 94 33 32 31 93 34 95 32 9J 91 Earl Loreburu,, lii'additloii to his Select 43, S3 points. class are often most wasteful, from a 8C 91 94 S3 93 89 92 91 90 S3 SO 93 104 other utterances, asked whether the Horse Branch ...,.-- -. In Hust mid West. For the-- mo- mistaken, uneducated, and snobbish 1GS 1S1 S3 85 74 17U ISS 74 105 1C8 74 110 lauding at Salonlkl had been made 130 -- . ltnslne ment, the Western zone of France view of life. To waste food, tho 111! 118 108 111 119 109 10S 118 125 107 123 111 with the approval of the naval and 117 E. Heaver Dam and Belgium affords no Incidents of energlzer of life, Is against the high11C 102 100 123 113 107 115 124 '101 112 117 113 military authorities of the entente W. Beaver Dam US note. Artillery duels predominate, er nature of uniu. and the duty to 12G 53 118 123 53 50 154 13:: 133 62 45 128 allies, whether they were satisfied 125 McHenry with hero and there some hand-to- avoid It should be Inculcated as a 123 113 133 148 12 IIS 12S 152 130 145 S.. with the supplier of men and money. IU 194 Centertown part of the moral teaching in every hand encounters In tho trenches. i 35 79 29 78 31 75 33 had been -.- ...-,.34 79 aud It Smallhouse '0 S3 73 35 Iu the eastern zone, the Russians school of the land. 17G 53 171 55 17fi 160 53 171 CU 50 55 171 Ho nskedi K. Kordsvllle.f. 103 have begun tho offensive at several "Tho crusade against alcohol luui 83 131 127 125 133 74 SI 132 78 74 125 94 these queUMu. be said because there 115 W. Fordsvllle ....-.rclnts In Northwestern Russia and worked wonders, but wo want a cru5C 30 59 29 29 31 57 5C 29 was an uuvaay tceli.'ig that there had rS 29 58 30 .V.lnaWMl on the antral section of the long sade aleo against waste, and one preG9 t 70 59 62 GS 70 73 59 67 61 not been bulliclent expert supervis71 03 Shrove GC battle llt.c. valent torm ot waste Is overeating. 9 03 07 G7 07 72 68 71 C7 65 ion. Tho government, he declared, 78 63 , Oluton 5G" The widely licld Idea that man can 4S GO 81 51 SI 71 Sfi 33 82 should resolve not to hold out ex91 46 51 Buford On the Seus. A British subiunrlne feed tip his strength Is wholly erronSS 84 S8 90 82 94 81 S4 92 S7 pectations to'ti nation which ras con82 91 86 Bartletts bus sunk tho German cruiser L'ndlne eous. The amount of food required GO CO 62 78 57 58 S3 7S fronted wilh extreme peril, unless 77 57 92 . 53 Hellln t 75 off the coast of Sweden, while two Is determined by tho energy output 34 40 34 29 43 32 3G they weie sure they would be able to feralvo 37 v 40 .'39 30 4S 26 German submarine:! have sunk the of tho body, and to put In more Is us 61 G8 57 05 45 CO '60 47 65 49 49 make good with a timely and bulli'..-.- ... 03 49 Point l'leasunt Tara. useless 11s pouring petrol Into already British armed merchantman S3' 78 74 St 09 S4 ""70" 85 71 70 clent lorce. SO 73 N4 Narrows The British steamers Huresk, Glen-mor- e filled tanks of u car.. Many of tho G5 07 60 71 69 70 62 7S 71 68 66 7S 63 Halph i, Doctors Denounce. New Cancer 'Cure.' and Woolwich and tho steamer children of the rich aro nowa'daya G3 C2 51 06" ( CO 82 GO 96 61 41 61 94 41 Prentiss ' Autolysiu, Alexander Horowitz's 30 31 82 57 55 58 32 35 ... 31 52 51 60' 31, Blrglt, which was olther of Swedish really starved by over Indulgence Herbert vogetablo extract treatment for canor Norwegian nationality, have been Three meals a day Is tho rlght.'r, SS 88 88 26 27 29 27 87 92 26 87 8J ,..-..--.'. 34 Arnold cer, coutluued use of which led to Dr. sunk. and every man should rise from tahjo 43 29 31 43 42 20 , ...... 43 39 26 45 43 43 30 Render Silas l. Beebe leaving' the General not satiated, but wishing to cat nVore. 69 68 25 70 20 27 2S 70 70 26 67 31 67 Slmmous Wednesday. " Memorial Hospital and Cornell MedThe nation needs to eat more wisely, from and It muy well think of this whltft Greece. Unofficial advices ical school is attacked from tlirt"' 2559 3236 2471 30SO 3115 2490 3169- - 247S 3177 2427 3070 2896 2S?4 Total points iu (he Journal of the A me. London are to t he effect that the con ldering the ways and meaus of 009 G77 673 099 043 Majorities 22 can Medical Aen c atlou for N'ayeu- Greek Cabinet will be dissolved M c'ji upmilug food. claimed for every 'cancer cure" anil are often largely psychological -- the results of renewed hope. Administering autolysln produced serious reactions In some cases, great pain, great swelling and In two In- .... . stances "itic treatment appeared to ... X-ra- "'" ii- ...,, ,,,.,, ,, ,., ., . I . , I Laus-down- e. y. .... CASTORIA Owr 30 Years CZ&ffi&e&K I , I pli-fci- - r -- i,..i- n. 30I-yen- Austro-Hungarla- Official Vote of Ohio County November 2, I9I5. " S" r " !? ?. - ss.'J -- .. d. : g - ... l. .. .- 1 .. - ...... . - --