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KKIDaY, NOVEMBER Committee In thu various mill nnuiiHnl. No. 20 tolintles for their belli DECLINES TO IiiiiiI In nil thi! pcoplo of Kentucky Tor their kindness nnd consideration SAVE BABY to the candidates nnd our committee In our fight for a butter Kentucky. ' Win or lnso wo now offer ami will i give our assistance to tlio Incoming Mite .Makes Statement Accept- . . administration for tlio pnssngo of l.iwl, Mother of Hint will uplift nnd better tlio llmui-jclnbusiness nnd educational condiPrays For It To Die. ing Defeat Gamely. tions of our Suite, Uh lustltutlons unit net puupiu. As campaign chairman, I ifow re Refuses To Plunge State Into a 'tire with mniico to none, but with Dr. H. J. Haiselden Given Option good feeling mid best wishes for Ken d Turmoil Which Would "Will Not Further Bur- tuck)' and all her people. MAUHICK I.. GALVIN. WILL NOT CONTEST, Re-tar- Progress. den World." J I'sc.s Revolver In Kffott To .Xlotplilnc. Sonne Chicago, Nov. 10. Has a man a Tlio following menage to the pro- Morgantown, Ky., No. 1C. Los' l.U of Kentucky shows the depth and ,,,. Sn)tl wa f10(I 50 , lho cllJ. right to shove defectives out of the breadth of Intellect of the mnii who Cltmt ,, u. ,.,mrR(. of forcing world? ran the most brilliant race ever wit- - ,)p (J K ,,mIir at ,ho pfl,lt of a Members of the Illinois humane nessed In Kentucky politic.). The pNtu, , Rlw, ,,,, lnoi.,,ho tnb- - Society were said to have taken the negative side of this question today jiiople of this State will, with one )(,tH itccord, ri cognize this Hntomint an old baby SmUh ,.ntcro,i nr. Kmbrv's olllco in tho case of a Utile being prompted by the very bigness of and aft(jr askl1K ,,, pliy8can t0 at the German-America- n Hospital man who Is a Kontueklan in the J)Ull Jown (hc 1)1I((,H( locku(1 tho one of the leading institutions for truest sense of the word. dixir and. drawing his pistol, com- - the care of the sick in Chicago. The The People or Kentucky: manded the phvslclan to glvo him baby Is a boy and is said to be a delight days of doubt the fective. In a few dajs, possibly a nU)rhllu, ilosest olictlon the State ever knew Dr. Kmliry told Smith he did not week, It Is scheduled to die. The baThe olbclal count now have nny and asked him to go to by can be saved, but it Is left to die. h nt an end. 'llscloses Mr. Stnnle.v's election by a the drug store, nnd get the meili- - No helping baud Is extended to the ..man plurality, ami now ever or uj ch0 Smt,, i,0weer. reused to mite. Kven its mother, weeping, bids hnt methods obtained, I shall ac- - ,,,, ()fr AnA tol, tne doclor i,e It good-bjThe baby will die because the at'M't It as final. alive would neer leave the room To plunge the State into a contest Mk,ss tHJ .nl0rmlnu wns forthcom-ufor- o tending surgeon. Dr. II. J. Haiselden, the Legislature would retnrd ,K I)ri Kmj)rj rmally was forced so decrees. IJy operating,v tho phvfel-cia- n s progress, stop its development , savs he could save its life, but, ,,ani, ovor ,,, (irK and Smlll create strife and bitterness. The uf, T1)L, ,)Mj.scall ,,el, lla,i ii war. since the parents have left the matter to him, lie has hud the courage wiifan of Kentucky, Its people and ram for hs arrest bbUe&. t. material prosperity is above the to decide that it shall not add Its weight to the already largo burden niLlllon of any man or the success cany party. Altho dereated. I reel ('rt,'' h'"" l"v ,ls',0 of defectives in the world. Jelllco. Tcnn., No. 16 liaising of "And I'm answerable to inj own that out or my campaign has, nnd will, come only good for my State ? 160,000 Tor missionary purposes was conscience," tnvs Dr. Haiselden. in the report of the rem ret-dI believe I haw awakened the con- , One oie Tor llabe. Mlence of Kentucky to extravagance H'v W I), l'owcll. of Louisville, scc-i- i The infant') mother told that an i. d ineiPcieiicy In the conduct of the retar.v of the Kentuckv Haptlst operation might save the child's life, business, to the desperate con- - slon Hoard, iii tesslon In this cttj. Of altho no known human intelligence dltion of the public trensurj and. this sum $40,000 is to bo expended could promise anv mental develop..hove all, to the truth that broken for home niilom. mid 5CO.00O each ment for the babj, wept and agreed promises to the people bring only for State and foielgn missions. The to nblde by the Judgment of the report mriiier recommends ine en- V , ill consequences Of a score of hncpital nurses 5,'lU' The next j ear will see enacted an ''""K "r tlll forct "r consulted, one alone voted for tho n..h-TliItpmihk i uie um i y law to destroy the "Shack nml life ot the child. Dr. Haiselden took tin-- debt on the State university Graft Built," a corrupt prac- the resnonsiblllty and did not per' as t", 'wckuik oi me euiertlcos act to protect the ballot and the ns The child xvas form the operation. prise in every needful wav. Careful ,iml lie olllre, a scientific and equitaalive 7 night. , expenses also still ble tax law. And In nil the depart- cuardlug of overhead ''it Is a question of ethics," paid there will be an is emphasized. ments of State Dr. Haiselden. "While we all know The following statistics, which! ph.vsiciaus do not allow monstrosiawakening ami a guard placed oxer tho expenditure of the people's mon- give a good Idea of the work done, ties to live, the line must be drawn were submitted: ey, llellevlng I will have been InstruI have drawn the Hue somewhere. Number of workers, 121; months mental in procuring these results, I in this case. feel that have t.ot labored in vain. of labor, 90.1; dajs of labor, 25.1S7; 'I he child could have been saved "'"' traveled. 178.343: sermons as ono more idiotic defective. De1 thank tho neonlo of Kentucky. 4 3.32(1; churches supplied, AUthout regard to party, for their "mc!i1. fectives are prolific. It would repro personal kindness to mo thruout the 20G; addresses 2,632; duce its kind and these Initial deand for their confidence In '"B". "WO; religious visits, 44,400; formities would have become magnio tou as expressed nt the polls. To those meetings held. Cf.3; number of fied and multiplied." rslnns. r.,042; number of baptisms, fought nnd labored tor me I Tho little boy's phlsic flaws, .SOS: number added by letter. 1,- .'itinnint in clve no word of uraise which consist of a number of rather my gratitude is above words. With 7!:r; total number of additions, unusual ailments, would undoubtedchurches organized, 24; Sun- ly make him an invalid during his all my power I shall continue the battle lor the good of Kentucky and day school organized, 14.1; amount first j ear and probably n defective collected for missions, $7,205.3.1; the welfnic of her people. later If ho were allowed to live, savs amount raised tor other objects, 1'. MOKUOV. KDWIN Haiselden. whcS amount raised for cjiurch W.ilt on Cliuii man (iiilv Ill's Statement. iituie. building, lots and improvements, "And so, I'm doing what the parTo the People of Kentucky: ?135,848.47: Ulldes sold, 933; testaents hnve gven mo option on doing,' WUl west vJliestnui street, an om After a week of anxious waiting, ments sold, 1,460; books bold, Undei taker nax com he adds. "And w hat it would take a schoolmate. Mi. 'Morrow nuiks a statement setIlibles given ting f oi tli tljut Mr. Stanley has, on away, tracts sold, 32,854; given away, pretty sj.iff argument to keep me munlcated with Vanhoy's rolatlvcs nt 485; Testaments from doing. I'm allow lug Nature to Cane Vfllley. Ky.. and they said they the faco of the returns n very small tractb given 460; denominational .V,.lllfltltV take her com be with tho child. Wo would claim tho lmdv for burial. ' ,, .,, ... ,'awav, 4,350; State mission tracts aro feeding it some. The child is ... Throe .vears ago Vanhoy engaged .... ...... ,, , COIllLltllUH i i given away 71,000; homo mibslon still pending, wheroln tho Hepubll-cm- s tracts distributed, 19,000: foreign sensible only to discomfort. Thero is 111 1110 no brain development to register suf- ness at Lebnnnon. Ky. On SoptemVer are seeking to compel Demodistributed, 18,000; fering, mission tracts no marneu wiss uuci.o i.uiur. and pretty soon Nature will cratic election canvassing boards to subscriptions taken, 57S; daughter of J. J. Klder. of St. Marvs, count and certify tho xote. number of make blank her mistake." properly circular letters written 14,595 letterb "You do not call this taking a hu- Mai Ion county. Tho couplo went to This small plurality will bo reduced lu regular mall, 4,675; total number (Mno valley on tneir Honeymoon, a . man life?" , and peihapa wiped out If exact Jus- artl- 19,271; newspaper "Absolutely not," replied the man, month Inter Mrs. Vanhoy returned tlii lu .lfiiwi Iii IlinHn priHPR. It will of letters number of pncfcnBOB sent "Many say nrbltiarlly that life Is to her fathei's home. lake tho oillclal count at Frankfort ,out, 0,148; ovangellstlc tracts distri Vanhoyxtl.cn came to Louisville life and should bo preserved, no nint-- J to finally determino the matter. buted, 9,000; census cards sold, 10,- ter what the cost, but I can not see seeklm, Linnlovmcnt He registered Wo lmvo mndo tho best fight wo 500. Hotel Novem- the argument In the vast debt which nt tho Seventh-avenu- e could ngulnst enormous odds, have would accrue In Institutions were succeeded In reducing tho Democratic majority of 30,000 given last year j N'Kht Klder Ualds Must Ho Stopped, this argument followed. And, If, Hesldes his widow ho is survived Marlon, Ky., Nov. 10. Tho Crlt-o- n having been given this easo to and four ears ago to less than 200 tenden Circuit comt complied yestcr- I should allow tho child to live, by his parents and two brothers, tho the fnce of tho returns. I have pointed out In statements day morning with Judgo J .F. Gordon would consider myself guilty against llev. J. P. Vanhoy, n Methodist mln the race. Ah it Is, I consider this a Ister ot Dundee, Ohio county, Ky., lioretoforo Issued tho means used to j presiding. Tho grand Jury was and Shelby Vanhoy, a Jeweler of majority, and I now be- - paneled" nnd given one of tho strong-llev- o favor to tho race." this Dvenlng Louisville "Do jou think what ou are do- Shelbvvllle. tho manner and means used to ' ost charges ever delivered In this nro apparent to all county. In dealing with tho night ing Is frequently dono? he was ask- Post. obtain this result rider sltuntlon, this being onu.of tho ed. citizens of Kentucky. but quietly. Many Ill Itlsli l)ail,v losses in D.iidiinelles ".Many times For tho lovo I benr my stato nnd counties In which a number of to-- ! 705. tho hurm that might come to It from j bacco factories were burned and a things go on in the medical business, means used, I number of persons xv hipped a few which aro done solely for good, but The average London, Nov 16. further recitals of tho for losses In the Dardanelles xvill not glvo it additional notrlety. I vears ago, Judge Gordon stated tho xvhlch might bo "condemned by so-- J d moralists and tliontlro period irom may to ucto- It appears from thoso same returns- good people of this county had got-fUJudgo James F. Lowls has de- ten enough of this character of I have oven taken tlio here were 795. Harold J. Tenant. clal saviors. I IJurkbdalo Hamlett for tho of- - . lessness. sterilization of bubuormal girls and ( parliamentary under secretary of Secretary of State. "For thlrteon ears I havo tried to boys in my own hands of course, war, told the house of commons this I' (Jco.qf "Permit mo to tako this oppor-- j put It down and feel that my efforts with tho parents' permission and I evening. Tho great bulk of theso V" tuulty to thank tho- gentlemen who have not been In vain," ho said. 'This know I lmvo been right in so doing." men, Mr. Tennant said, were tho sick, who aggregated 90,000. Of Feeles That He's night. served with mo on tho Campaign thing of homes being shot up and per-- ( 'What makes you so fearless about tho sick, ho added, 80 per cent might Commltteo for tho good work they ( sonal liberty being interfered with be expected to return to the fighting performed for tho ticket and for their , must be stopped and shall bo stopped confessing it?' I -"I'm conscious of no fearlessness, rauks. adVlce and assistance to mo; tho at all hazards." , o A-- .nu pt e. ( 'n. ed Jrts-puni- ' phy-blcla- u. "". al autl-lobb- 1 prnvor-mcet-campal- con-wh- 0; $12,-050,3- 3; tho Constitution, Just adopted, relieving State, county, municipal and school bonds from taxation, an" T. WASHINGTON whether It is subject to referendum llko the clause providing for classification of property. Assistant Attorney General Morris has given Noted and NcgH) EdU- - opinion that tho provision is hla and at It Is not subject e. cator Dies At rto a referendum. Tho question was raised by tho officials of Covington that city bavlug voted a school bond Issue. Tho provision in question follows: Tuskegee, Ala., Nov. 15. Funer- - IJo It enacted by the general assemnl amusements were being complet- bly of Kentucky e(1 ,0(,a' for Hooker T. Washington, That upon tho concurrence! of tne noted negro educator and founder , three-fifth- s of all tho members elect- of Tnsknirpo Inntltntn. wtin rtfnrf ttnrn , Xq - -.- .each nou fl t,0 "', taken thereon, and entered in ' "' . full In their respective Journals. Sec 1,luTir,l,l IVnrlnnOi nt nt .... I . .v Ub iv awilili ni.uiKoua; AtlU, limb n in Hon 171 of the constitution be, and o'clock, following by interment In the is amended and revised, so that It Institute grounds. The body will lie shall read ns follows: In state nil day tomorrow, Tho General Assembly shall o Thousands of Alabamlaus in addl- by law nn annual tax, which lIon t0 prominent educators and with other resources shall bo suffiothers from various parts of tho cient to defray tho it." estimated expencountry are expected to attend tlio ses of the The news of tho plans of the phy- Commonwealth for oach A special train will be run slc.lnns xi Uh rprrnrrt in the Imliv P:m- - funeral fisca, Taxes among tho J1" Montgomery to bring state of- - ; cd considerable of n flurry collecte for pu,)Uc purosog. on- and others ! IV alld fllmll he lltllfurm linnn nil nrn. members of tho Antlcruelty League Messages of condolence reached the nor,v f ,. . , onm ami of the Illinois Humane Society, W't nil rvt ... li nil linmrt Iiiki tn.lni. faanm taxation within tho ." "um arc both of which organizations territorial limits strong in Chicago Informal gather- - throughout the country. They came , or the authorUy , , the anJ rm"ca,"s l'10111 and undeavor , all taxes shall be levied and collected lugs were held nnd the position tho m all walks of ' by general laws. respective leagues would take was While it Is officially announced discussed. The General Assembly shall havo Threats of court nctlon were hint- - that the question of a successor xvill- power to divide property Into cl,'",3 uo considered until after the funed at but the reporteis were surprls- - not and t0 tlctermlne what c,ass or cUs e names of Emmett J. Scott, es ra1' ed to receive early in the evening a of propijrty shal be uhJoct lo statement by George A. Scott, sccre- - confidential secretary to Dr. Wash- - h0CAlj taxatlon. Bonds of he. trea.uror.and State an(, of C0UntleB lmlniCipat,es, tary of the Illinois Humane Society, ,nst0M. Wurre Dr' AJnsworth. business manager of tax,ng an(, scl)oo, who wa4 said to he speaking for botli dIstricts sUaU not tho hunlane organizations. His state- - ,ho 'nstltute, are being mentioned In be su,,Joct tQ taxatlon . .. Scott, who for 18 An Iiw fh. inent nuts the two associations In that connection. uars has bce closely Identified with G , Asscnll)1. pursuant to o with Dr. Haiselden and other the imbers of Humano Society support- - Washington in his work, is "said to be provOI,s ot or under thJs amcnd. ed the btatemont oxcent that some ,lle ,no3t llke,y successor mnnt or amended bection of the con Hardening of the arteries follow considered that it should not be the stitution, classifying taxation on per- caused aolllli nronertv nretocatlve of ono doctor to decide inBl a nervous breakdown nr ,ntnn,, ,,ours after Dr- - Washing- what persons should die ns defectives ,leat follr lhan upon rcal cstate gmn hQ gub, but that a board should be appointed ton "rived from New York. ecti to the refereniUun power ot v Although he had been in falling However, the staff at tho German- tho peop,0 wh,ch ,g herjby. dcc,ared was considered to llcaUh for soveral months, tho negro ,Q cxjsjt t appy ony to m& gecUonf American became serious or anlendC, scction. TIie bo a sufficiently export board for all 'dor's condition refcre. lv lnst IIe tl,en realized purposes of humanity and law. fflnv ,)C dcmaniled by the peopIe the end was near, but was determin- - asa,U8t one or moro ltcms BCCt0M ,nake the last lonB triP 80Uth- - or parts of anv act enacted pursuant Itrother .f Kev. Vunboy, ot Dundee od to . Accompanied by his wife, his sccre- - ,0 Qr nm,ep th(j r Pound Dead in Ohio Hivcr. ed tary and a pliysician, Dr. Washington this amendment, or nmended section. Coroncr Hills Duncan Is Investigatreached homo from Now York last The referendum petition shall be filed ing tho death of Jacob C. Vanhoy. midnight and died at 4:40 o'clock thlrtj-tw- o eais aid, a member ot a this morning. His last public ap- - Willi tlio Knprntnrv nf fitntp nnt innrp, prominent family ot Adair county, pearauce was at the national confer than four monUl3 aftcr thQ flnal fld. whose body was found yesterday noon ence of Congregational churches in Journment of the Legislative Assem-'il- y which passed tho bill on which In the Ohio river, 15 feet from Sev New York, where he delivered a lee- tho referendum Is demanded. The cntli street by Horace Douglas, of tunj 0ctober ,5 veto nownr of the Governor slmll nnt 719 West Market street, an employe A widow, fhreii phildrnn and four ' . .. .. extenn to measures reterrcci to me . .... ' nf Hip ni.in THvi.rPontractlnir Com- . joiin ii. people undr this section. All elecgrandchildren survive. pany. i Washington, a brother, Is superin There were no marks of violence tendent of Industries at Tuskegee in- tions on measures referred to the thls'act shall be at the I people under on the body. In his purbe were de- - .,.,,.. regular general elections, except sups tor tnc Aiarion national pnstt The funeral will bo held at ""uske- - when tho Legislative Assembly shall Hank, at Lebanon, Ky., and the . Instltuto Wednesday morning at a BpecIa, election. Any meas- Bank of Columbia, Adair co unty; 10 oclock' I ure referred to the peoplo shall tako receipt from tho Northwestern Mu- -' . ff ,, Dr. Washington was born In Slav-..' ..... t beomo a law v,hen ant..... "Ca niaJHty 0t the Vl3 ' PrVOd by th baggage check for his suitcase at tho emancipation of cast thcrcoII and not otherwise. The Sovonth-iven- uo Hotel , u, . tnr ihn nioved wItll hls faraiy ' ' & W17 V'"nta' I Just feel I'm right, that's all. What more enn any human being do, trying for conscientiousness In duty?" "If you had been called In to attend this child say, at the age of seven or eight, at any ago where ho would know his suffering, would ou do the same thing under tho same clrcumstances?" was asked. Dr. Haiselden thought n moment, then answered: "Let's put It this way. I'd let Nature do her best to save thu child. And I would, of course give something to quiet the ' Mil, i.e.... The mother of the baby in to- day's case said In a faint, but deter- mined voice: i i ti.. ..i in.i .u-- b.,v.. .i...- uutmi permission I. do as ho wishes with my baby. I uoiri want it to live. 1 want it to die. I) lug now Is better than llv ing with a crippled brain nnd body I wouldn't visit such suffering upon myself or my husband and surely not upon my very own child. My wish Is tliat death will soon come to . , .i-.-- DEATH OF BOOKER Ex-SlaV- B ve Tus-kege- --- "1" b::.b.ln, .- W pro-vid- I ! I """""' ., .. I'n. ,,,, ,,, Ho-plt- al ,,, ( .... ..... - a'e0 ,., " r"" tlj I deSinrUSSr "f T natn'alnuTltre:;. 6; "sr" nt Hampton, Vn grauuating In 1875. Later ho became a ror rnwiiiip in tnr" immninii iiiRtiriirn '" ", "here ,no reuiaineu , until xssi, when )l0 orgnnlzed the Industrial school for , nigrots in lusKehte. Tho Instltuto started In a rented Today u own 3. shanty church r,00 acrC8 or Itiml lit Alabama and has 10Q bulldngs valued at moro npar thnn ha,f a mHUon do,Iar8i Washington won tho sympathy and support of lending southerners by a ctwxnili lZo "" tit 1m ltn If In - cSdat "X aLTZ '" M" , .-.- h r " "" w ....... - , j c. do-cld- o, em-obtu- ln tiSli nonorary dcgreo ot "'asttr of art8 was conferred upon Mm "y HarV"rd Un,Vr'ty ln, 1S9 An "'".; , lgg5 if lila nttlin r,exposition f fir Atlanta nntitlons shnll hn count- ed The power of tho referendum .. .. 'UC;rC" Ul Ueg,8,auvo T y Jlt unj tliue any acts or Assem0 nro.enacieu, nursuant to the i nower trranted ufider this section or amondc(, sectlon prlor to tho year of one thousand nine hundred and seventeen. After that time tho power of tho referendum may be ordered either bv tho uctltlon slcned bv 5 nor , voterh or , , cent of tUo , LcKislalho Assembly at tho time said , , T" .... ... b, " . ot self-name- law-reat- ( " Durlng tho administration of Pros- ldent Itoosovelt, ho 6at down to lunch at tho White with tho president House, cither by formal or Informal Tliprit Willi n Ktnrni nf (iivlliitlnn protest from many quarters, and hostility was shown toward i. nHm ninrntm- nftorwanl. His wt)rk wnB not bcrlou8iy affected, how- everj nnd ho C0tiUed to havo the co.opuratlon of tho white people In ,)0th tho Ilortll nnd B0Utll ln 8trlvll)B f(jr tho upUft ot ,ls raco Tax on llonds of Htutc, City or Sihool Dlstrlctw. The question having been raised as to whether It requires an act of the Legislature to make effective a provision lu the tax amendment to 4 '"" ," 1Q01 I": :.,.,." "V. .... honor- - . enacting tho bill sliall ,irovi,Io a ttnv hv ifthlch the act shall be bUi,nutted to t)l0 people. Tho fil- ing of a referendum petition against ... onu or "loru nuux' wt",0s ur ,arlB "l "" UKl B"a" "ul ul'u, U,D c""""- uer oi tuai uci iroin uuloiuuik oprru- tlvt ' UCtS r , As8embly . "" unacte"' U' U"'-- ' c Ka Piesldent ,Miikt llepethible Omission. Hamll-aoin- o Chicago. Nov. lb.-Ja- mes I'owls' Demociutlc whip of tho United States senate, speaking nt a banquet to tho Cook county real ,at0 board tonight, said tho "regret- ,aolu mniou in i pfUpai..0 plan of tho president of the United StntpH lu thn failure to nnlnt out how tho money was. to bo raised to meet tho anticipated defense, "The United States has been for fifty ears without any foreign pol- ley and the time has come for the United States to adoot better busl- ness and administrative methods. to ly - ( li JE. - WJ - tho dovclopmont of shipping, Iteinlntaccnccs Major. Henson, the carefully studied tho food habits of by giving aufflclont aid to ovcrcomo Klfloman of tho Tcnnc.Hi.co these birds. Altogether there aro d,frcrcnco ln C68t whlch 8ta,u, Tho deeds of mon live within the Hints of tho United StateB tlnlUI W Wi WttlliJi"9 n ,innalcP "Salnat us (4) such , tcr them. A chronic! of our Amrl- - 1 1 species of thrushes, 5 of which nro aid should only apply In cases whore.; can civil War would, indeed, not commonly known ns robins nnd bluew.u w,..lul uu vunuuuiu oniy uo n recital of tho common birds. Tho other G Include tho and only continue as long ror8 ot war but !t wouI(, n)g0 ,)G a Townsend solltnlrc, the wood, the J&essacfcusetts, Before the ns conditions prevail, such aid bolng revelation of tho degrndlng depths vecry, the gray cheek, tho olive-bacbased on tho service performed In lo whlch nicn w fn), throuRh nnil and tho hermit thrushes. of Political -- Academy carrying mails and furnishing ships by tho cruol paaaon8 cnsondcrcil Tho robins and bluebirds nest or auxiliary purposes, nny Bov- - ctvII strife. Let tho folowlnc nar close to houses, nnd even tho shiest Science. ernmentnl operations which plncojration of thc ,,nlo om, crucU. nt-- ! of tho other species are content with government-owne- d nnd controlled lendant upon ho a solemn warning tho seclusion of an aero or two of ships In competition witli privatciy- - to American youth to cultivate those woodland or swamp. For this reaTJtvr'a U urlversal agreement that owncd and operated ships should not ideas of human love and peace that son tho thrushes nre among the best win action should he taken which bo countenanced. Tho Judgment will always deter them from cultivatknown nnd most carefully protected vriM Ibuild up our merchant iunrlno nnd experience of experts of nil kinds ing a warlike spirit, and cause them of nntlvo American birds, and nt In foreign trade. Wo are on tills subject should be sufllclcnt to to opposo militarism in tho United times their numbers heroine so great ; raying to steamship lines owned ln deter our taking such n hopelessly States! that It Is feared they will do much . stDiw countries about threo hundred fatal stop. ((!) As the Navy needs In tho year 1SC.2 there lived In harm to crops and fruit. Tho rejviUllon dollars annually for tho pur- - auxllarles even more than any other Murray, Calloway county, cent Investigations fsjii of transporting our products to facility, any measure taken to In- a man known as Major Kentucky, however show thnt of the department Hcnson. there Is very litsfciilr mnrkets aud bringing to our crease Its clllclcncy should give first This man who, tle ground for yiiars those articles which wo need. consideration to, and bt influenced early ln thehad two stout sonsStates, other hand, they this fear. On the war between thc destroy such n vast VTtir, ha an Important Influence on by, tho development of a merchant in tin? liili-pnwhad enlisted In the Confederate ar number of Insects that it is probable IX tlio .11 rnlilior its sportMiiuii m I eels i "j fllciiMicy of our Navy and It ad- - marine." yntir .slirnw! my, under Gen Albert Sydney John- that without them many crops would liis rille nnil en rlriiles for rtsuUs. scly affects our exporters by com- son. After thc battle of Shlloh, suffer serious damage. And when ymi strut to lie critical, tliiTe'.i ahem to deliver their goods A Doctor's Prescription for Cough to Mop liort of lYrtiiigMN'fJfV Of all the thrushes, the robin Is these two young men got a furlough, ihmngh the medium of their compet-tdiAn cfl'ortlvo Cough Treatment. Male In Miwlr Mint nnvlrl, In Mhti-- rli n mmlcli. and embraced the opportunity lo probably the best known. Jt has w.ili the f.llimiM KrmiiK'Um I'.Ml oIhI lumli an.l h iMoreovcr, we have recently to one tcaspoonful of visit their home. now. the.Xulotiitilnig mvlrl tint it(t"tth hoojln id been frequently accused of destroy KriitHUn ,Ul'lM,miii tor .nitnUf ,llifMil(, K.aJ Xiroaght to our attention, in a Dr. King's New Discovery, taken as The people of Calloway county, ing fruits and berries, but It has now ,' fitt. set inur nil. inil.oilll,lnr Iiohi the r.npfJ. striking manner, tho fact that needed, will soothe and check Coughs delict v.Uo duvUi i f.c lis J DM Mjrk 0 Kf.fiLinL SIC. during thc Civil War wero intense-- 1 boon ascertained that this only ocsuch a policy our Colds nnd the moro dangerous Uron- Sold by your home denier nnd 309S jasiili may be paralyzed if, as a chla! and I.ung Ailments. You can't ly Southern in their feelings. Over j curs In regions that are so thickly other leading merchants in Kentucky 500 young men of that county Joined ; settled that there Is no wild fruit riufl .of ji forolgn war, the ocean afford to take tho risk of serious Ill- the army of the Confederate States upon which the robin may subsist, C Reminiton Aimi. Union Mrtillie CirttMr CV hi i zxiSo Is nut In the hands of those ness, when so cheap and simple a VToaiwonn uuiLiing (Zj.l lrundwyj now York Tho county was the scone cninttatants which control the seas, remedy ns Dr. King's New Discovery encounters between small of many some years the bird is a great pest parties of In the olive orchards of California, .time. If It were not for the is obtainable. .rtirlhr Go to your Druggist M the opposing forces Union and Reb- but It Is probable that they are driven IJB aimveniacyof the English and French get a bottle or Dr. King's New el Rands of guerrillas, who, In the to the orchards because of the scar- plowing early this fall, since the came on earth I bad nothing." ho uzxifix. our ability to deliver the Discovery, start the treatment at name and grubs have city of pupae sobbing, "and now I .mari'r part of the products which once. ou will bo gratified for the plundered uniform ofofeither army, Where native berriesis at these times. adult beetles,changed to will be aud said, and I have nothing." am an old n wild fruit hundreds and these deman citizens of available, the niMoivo silld to Europe during the relief and cure obtained. 1 their horses, money, nnil property, birds reem to prefer this to tlio culti stroyed if the pupnls cells in which Rut he really had much. He had "Uui yam .would bavo been prevented. . they pass the winter are disturbed. and murdered 30 or 40 people, over vated varieties. a good homo ami many loving friends ""The Administration has advanced Christmiw Seals. ran the county. IJke the robin, the bluebird Is ami was respected by all who knew avuew proposal .whidt has been much Tho largest army ever unlisted in very dnniestlc, hut unlike the robin, I him. It was during a raid of vicrHicized. The Government Kentucky's fight against tuberculosis Uuion guerrillas that Major Henson's it does not prey upon any cultivated was originally and solely FOR FLETCHER'S is the volunteer selling force nowjtwo S0I13 wero captur0(,p nt or ncar product or work any injury whatso of the emergency organized for a monster drive against I home, by some of those guerrillas. ever to the fruit season in fact, flve-- l nUoeii developed at the outbreak of this great enemy of our State by . the Contrary to all the rules of war. I sixth of Its food consists of Insects tin European War. If, however. sale of Red Cross Christmas seals, young men wero shot (mur- it seems, therefore, that the common Death Foils yue-- t or . riitri. jere the only reason for it, according to the headquarters of the these Potter. dered) by these very guerrillas. This practice of encouraging the bluebird Recently when Jnmes l.aney, nine- itwTK would be no necessity for tak-tt- r, Kentucky Red Cross Seal Campaign. foul and bloody deed of men claim- iu m,. mar nouses oy juaci.lg con-- , ,y.m.e yr:lrs ,,,, ,,,, , fml 'xl up again, as is proposed, The movement is being rapidly ing to serve under tho Stars and venont boxes In which It may build crystal Lake cemetery at Minneap- ixii:k, although our trade this year pushed lo secure some charitable or- Stripes I embittered Major Heuson Its home Is thoroughly Justified. , a Kt.Ve.y.year quest for the se- Sad- -. to be half a billion dollars ganization or individual to handle A detailed description of the hab- against the Union. crot f ..H!rpctlw ca,nu , than ever before, there does these seals in every town and county rstdvr In 1SGP. a regiment of, Federals a fruitless enil jfoiawm to be any serious complaint of tho State. Agents have already So close did he think himself to r.t Oftsulllcleiit stripping to carry It. been secured in a score of counties, occupied Murray, and thc Colonel of inineu in Department Hulletln No this regiment established his head- 171. Hulletln 280, which has just the secret at times that h trembled are other reasons for not and the State headquarters will pro- quarters in Henson's house. It so been published, takes up the habits with expectancy. For seventy years, jcoising tho legislation which were bably begin this week the shipment happened that at tho time Major lieu-son- 's of the six other species of the thrush despite his disappointments, 'nstfKraent even If this emergency did of advertising matter and his mind to seals group which are not quite so. well atlame family had the measles. with ambition. l.aney worked. o'SSst ' Thp most serioiib-o- f these rea- - many points In the State. ConsiderDisregarding all tlio laws of com known. These birds also feed prln- - t hlnlHtiir fivtwirliiwitif tm ijras. it seems to mo, anil one that able interest is being manifested by ,.,',.. ..... ... ,, ".. ., . mon humanltv. this "Vnnl-oornin. cfnalir on . insects and...fruff- - but a xMflj ' '. " "in- - huh man. a hcoiciiinnn to condemn the manv nf Un. nnmiin . ... . . . . .. i.,..i .i,.. ...,. .... v ,,i.. el . ,)U Honsoirs sick family into an rui" portion 01 me iron ttuicit uiey ' ,,v ilIrth .UlU .1 HtOIl emason by trade, ., j&"ui project, is that it is an attempt nf si.nls ....I "-i.c'v"" """ tl.... ...ini I.,.- oiitliouse, where they all died of the eoiiMime is wild nerrles. .Dnniestlc whose only relaxation was reading ti jiur ihb Uovcrnmcnt permanently keen rivalry between several of thel measres. f fruits are eaten so sparingly by these the works nf II . f V. ... ...... .,.. ..... tIIUSIIll'SS, III .. -- u.iron !. .j au.iii l.lliuil II10 cuies aim towns in an atlemiit to . iliTtim t Tin Vi nL'nut!1 Iufi .llttllitt species that the damage done Is quite , r)Iori(lK( lUUIlLVO VU vrdsworth. smashed and saiion of which, it Is confessed, a sen tue largest number of seals peri.,js ow A neKlfKllife, desperate man. Heuson, put destroyed contrivance after contriv- liccscta loss would have to he met. capita. The bird known as the Townsend on a red shin. Going, one morning, mice wueii it laiieu. Titon with in- -' a careful study of governmental 90 per cent of the proceeds from to the Federal camp, ami displaying solitaire Is noted ch Icily for Its song, tenslfied energy lie concentrated on XrciJ Transportation in those ooun--vjic- k tho sale of the seals will bo devoted life red shirt, lie said: "Yankees tin which is s.tid to be at t'fmes the finest a new Idea. .where there aro state-owne- d to the work of the you see this red shirt?" Laughing, of any of thu thrush family. This "ft almost worked." 3ttd jipuiated railroads demonstrates State. The remaining 10 per cent, thrush, however, confines itself al-- ! these three words toll the life inclusively that the Government is will ro to the American Red Cross the 'Yankee.?' said, "Yes." Heuson Millions of then said to them. "Yankees, you'll j most entirely to the mountains and )ry f ., , Bb3cb less effect ivo agency for such to pay for the seals and advertising see this red shirt often tt,,n" I beyond his fellow men. John l.aney housewives know thti is the "' ",' .Tivsinsey than private corporations. matter furnished by them. Theje they realize the cost of a truth -j Soon after the I'derals thrn.li. on "7 ,. wan,,r ,.f, llnu. . .. "i"r. would be particularly true in a seals are placed on fetters, Christmas ray, flfajor Honson armed left Jitir- - tributcd over theother hand, is dis- tory, but always , single bake-da- y failure. That's eastern part of t lie himself when he fancied why they stick (J.t'Kvnmeiit like ours, where polltl- - packages and mail matters generally to Calumet. with a heavy old fashioned rifle, of United States, and is a frequenter of ln was at the very edge of accom rowhtlous and changes would at and serve to invite attention to the large calibre. open groves and bushy pastures. This plishment. lie on tho safe side It was only to find the avoid dis- jjiw. become an important factor in fact that many thousands of our peoalt.0' is-- noted for its sweet something Ever bent on vengeance; ever fill- thrusi mlssuig In. a contrivance TP0'nt'nein uns Calumet ru.xt Lske-th- at Mli; results, and would certainly pro- - ple are killed annually by tuberculoed with hate for "Yankees." this song, especially in the early evening. I Jr..Tf:?f.U:.'if'.la "5nInI,;am i "almost worked." mi. satisfactory financial returns. sis, and four or five times as many crazed man watched i ",,J VWU'MVl I J IUC IIMr) VWWIIUUIIUai ...... nil the roatfc, It does not nest In gardens or or Jt.ls evidently the purpose of tho nre suffering from this disease and and every line of march which his chards, however, and Is seldom seen L u lien I was Just a little girl fath- - to bur and to use. h pure in t'ie r used to have the kitchen table can parent the baking. OtiWnowl BM'nwnt administration to enlarge, win untimately die unless assistance enemy took. .. about farm buildings, so that many ., cicireur mr mm- wnen supper was 'ixJier than limit, governmental ac- - Is rpndered. Anyone interested in iu,ht As time passed, it soon happened people wlio are familiar with its song over." said Mrs. Llzrlo Wolinn nt AwrJi . . .. v. .,,,., vj ilniSxt, In 'connection with business this work is urged to write to Col. that he saw the I A'ra Oil r R Federals on the would not know the bird by sight. riSwV .ilairji. President Wilson, in his ad- - L. M. Maus, Sales Manager at Frank- - march, wtlli the identical coloneL The wootl thrush consumes a number wnose homo the nged man spent his ' t- - Sltf Im r.- last days. "He had a groove in the i before Congress the fort. who had put Henson's sick famlly of very harmful fnsccts, such as the tablo and a round stone ball that he UiaT 'December, 1914, used this cx- 3 1. a iVk 1 out of their home, riding at the head Colorado potuto beetle and white made himself. He would roll thTs Botsuiou in referring to economical grubs. The fruit' which It eats It of his regiment. Major Heuson soon round antl round and then mother .3.itislnlstr;itlon: 'Hut my point is that put hlmsell in ambush, and waltetl usually picks up from the ground wouhr have 1 to get up late at night zople of tho United States do patiently for the upproach of his Instead of taking fresh from the and beg him to slop and rest. ;W wish to curtail tho activities of tree. There Is therefore no reason enemy. "Father had a good education. xiur r,ov eminent. They wish rather, why tho wood thrush should not be niostfy When the Federal colonel came He loved tho St'oralarKi- - thorn.' I um opposed to within range of Henson's unerring rigidly protectctl. poets and he wrote several songs, tSjr.: juudcjicy. (lovernmenta are not rifle, he fired, killed tlie colonel,- nnd o one for the St. George Gunrds, or rr?aiiMl for the purpose of conduct-5- r, Const fpntinii Ctireil Overnight. Enhanced By Perfect Physi- made Ills escape, although tho FedSt. George, New nruiihwlck, where s. JbuHiui-They cannot, and never erals tired a volley at him. A smairdose of we once lived. He was a sculptor cal Health. produced economical results in After killing the colonel, Henson and you enjoy a full,, free, easy bowel also,' business acthity, and therefore , for gun movement In the morning. No grip Tlio oxjierienco of Motherhood is a try- watched the Tennessee-riverOutside the steps of the cozy cot-- , 5 rt'gri't thlii' puhllcly-an-'jici-- d ing ono to most women antl marlw dis- boats. ing, for Is Podophyllln tage where Airs. Woltou lives, Intent of the Adminlstra-i7H- i tinctly an epoch in are One evening a Federal gunboat Hlluli a..l'.t ...111. .4. Al I their lives. Not on i..i.., ,M'i. iwiiiuircuie gripe, ro- - two pfeces of grnnlle. One has on to revlvo ttie RovernmenJ-owne- d woman in a hundred iJ nronared or un funded on fWs side of the river. Af x corrects the cause or Constl-j- it i.-- i ujiuiMl.-c- l fBurcs of Hiawatha ami Minneha-patlo- n shi)plng legislation derstands how to properly care for her- ter landing, some of the ofllcers of by arousing the Liver, increas-- , ha. the other has on It a bear .viii'tt wi eoiisfderod and defeated self. Of coarse nearly every woman tho boat came ashore to sun themand liig the How of bile. Hlle Is Nature's two cubs. Inside the t wlntt'r; for this will bo done nowadays lia3 meJicsl treatment atsuch selves. bouso. highly Henson, being well antiseptic in the bowels. With prop- times, but many approach tho "ins though Chaiiibers of Coinmcrei ence with an organism unfitted exnori- - concealed from tho "Yankees." took er amount of hlle, digestion in bowels j treasnred. Is a chain, flvo feet long for tho llnlllinr.'lti, illm with many links and an anchor at ,., In ...ul ..!..! . . oihur eoiinuercial organisations trial of strength, at n " fer,m'"t!,tl"' theh end that was cut with a Jack- rcporteil nliuost uuanimously her system had and vhen it is over and - Hod him San received a. 3hock from no Constipation. Don't be slek. ner- iii.irB;i sueh a rourso being taken. W .4 which it i'3 hard to recover. Following-righ- t When the Confederates, In Novem- vous, Irritable. Get a bottle of Po knire from a solid piece or wood. irvDiv3 fi many small mementoes remain. It is absolutely J. essen--J.."llowvi'i upon this comes thc nervous strain ber, 1S0I, wero bufrding boats on x from your Druggist now and Rut before ho tiled John Lanoy tie-- 1 troiii the Mnndpoiiit of the Navy, of caring for Uw child, and a distinct the Tennessee river to ferry over euro your Constipation overnight. 1 stroyed all charts or change in the mother results. mechanical con- -' there be suilublo ships In den. Lynn's Httlo nrmy, old Henson-pai. o trfrances ho had made in search niiwi which can be drawn on In There is nothin? tscr-- J charmim? than them a visit. One of the Con t"hambei-liifirTablet.-.- . for perpetual motion. Ono day be rUaif I need and it can bo complete-"- a nappy arm healthy mother of children, federates, noticing notches on the sufd to his daughter: This Is a medicine intended itamonstniti'd that If this govern-vr- nnd indeot' child-birtunder tho right stock or Henson's rille asked him "Perpetual motion will yet bo for stomach troubles, Tendered siilllclent aid to prl-vi- conditions need be no hazard to health or what tliObe notches wero for. Hen1" ig nnd constitution, it is meet. found. There Is no doubt or It. When lineb of fast steamers covering beauty. Tho unexplainable thiiifj ii son said: "Sir, tho.se notches repre CheapundblgcanDakingPowdersdonot that, with all tho evidence o shattered Ing with much success and rapidly ,l 's round the world will bo astound su veyou money. Calumctdops-lfaP- ur Jttti principal ports of South Amer nerves anil broken health rcfiultlngfrom sent dead Yankees." There wero 17 gaining in favor and popularity. Ob- - e(' not "lone by tho stupendous and far superior to tour mlllc and soTLI wsi, the veocels to bo constructed un- - on unprvparvii condition, .ssJ v.'ith am notches! i'? liliV' iliiection oi the Navy Depart- - ple time in which to ptvpaw. women in changes that It will bring in all Wo never saw Henson after this. talnablc every where. life, but by tlio simplicity wuh provision that creivs and will persist in going Llindiy t5 the trial. Whut his final fate was wo do not ..nuiri of It. Millions will wonder wljy no We Knock uSjyiA houlil lie transferred lo the Every woman at Una time ihouMrely know. Hut one thing wo do know. the Spots Out of Things I'lghtiiiK ono ever thought of It before." Sivy lo wm of need, the saving to upon Lydia E. rirJibatn'a Vcvtabio Henson wa.t driten crazy by the tragThe common white grubs or grub-- , "1 am not un old man" ho would JJU'- iJoviTiiiuent would bo equivalent Compouutl, a most valuablo toaio and ic horrors of war! worms aro tho larvao of the May often sny. "I saw tho coming of the tw1ln. ild given. Furthermore, wo fnvigorator of the female organism. Win. II. (T.NT)IFF. ..eei.e. ami uwy oiteu no ureal In- - railroads, the telegraph, tho autouio- ved "iun lor our naval reserve, aud In m n n i, Immiui .TJ un,, ullj .i1(, ,lmr., nini,i-fii- i jurj 111 crops. l KT M.ifA(TA h.i....u iSJns'j!, another reason for our giving once childless tharo . Fall nlowliu; Is one of Mm liowt .f i..t - ..,...., . .n...., uacK in j Frenrli n .' eMwuruKi'intHit to tlio upbuilding of aro now chiidtvn bei iTcsaeu . .... ' a!ii-n .11111 ... . in a .. .. tl..lww I.. , j.iuteiiuiiK an ouiiireau isr.o, that tho world would one day Superior Manner. FOR FLETCHER'S (frrjr rnerchant marine, and to lucreaso cause of the fact of white grubs. This plowing should see the horseless wagon, 's that Lydia li Ilja purt ul our population which and It Is Send us your Garments I and Have be done late In the fall but cold hero. Ah. If I could only g Vegetable In life, Just get Them weather sets In aud the ground bo- - tlw. mm tun,. ,niuui,,,. ni. Couijiound makes "Wouced (1) a merchant marine women ThrucheN. ., ,....-..- .. iconics chilled nnd frost v. for then normal, it,,, hn vnercautlle and naval purposes, healthy and strong. CLEANED CLEAN ' That thrushes -t- ho group of birds, tho grubs will have down to tlmlr i, ..m .1.. t. mvv ,.u w .. i.i,uilllB iiiui u I,, .. ...v., Mtu l..l...i...i 2ivu should repeal any legislation ... ',gKees called for and delivered. .,. ,iwuiii;ii IUUIIIS illld winter quarters beyond reach of tho ui,.n.i ,.,,,1 1.., ouUtcL, Du.ii portions of thu Seameu'j ...... . 11 jou waui snciai aurieo write t. i.i..i.i...... . .. . plow. Ordinarily tho best tlmo to auces made or balls and weights Hill, tujltato against Its development 'n'im veVrmi'.; i that iTIIF Fl ITF PDPCQIlUn TI IID u plow Is between October 1 and 15. kpt moving of their own volition ror , haruo LU L l "MOillU ULUD wo low thu practice of "VU""V i'3) 7nmaaa. lour icuernill ",0 ""elusion reached by Investlga-,f- The Department or agriculture em- A- ualLs which has result- tatd' "ad aud uaswered by a tors a Null, u long time, stopped eventually. other of the department who have phnslzes the Importance nval)U Ml itri(( or deep One day he broko down. "When I JIAKTPORi) KPNTUCKY 3JEEGHJIFSENAT0R ' od In i lrri0lho M U,i-Uiiuu- iI k, t; ,. w W mw -- PemlngtanrUMC Rifles and Cartridges for Real .22 Sport cr v . One-fourt- ! - for-fiiC- :&2? y, -- Ship-jttyfii- lll I Children Cry -- CASTO RA ' ,, iIr ,.. us 3lMro h! ... " : f ....... ... . . iMiim&Titb uxfe afies 1 i T" ,.,, ,",,,. Iff, n.i,d ' i .. ane Be Vs c. Jm rj THE CHARM Safe-- W'jwvm OF MOTHERHOOD - lcr, ht ' toSSm -- Do-La- U-- Ma-Jo- r i.-- "' J i xsOTrayiftv Do-La- :. Mrtehft my. A V M&u..nW7rtl ut h ! en-svi- Pink-l-am- (frill I aea-farln- Children Cry ... CASTO R A t . ;'i. 1 lui-mtu'i- ... Ladies' and Men's Garments ri.-.....- .'.... i., u. .,' .WjHW"i!fe !: klUa ii I ' ir,,, 9VTIV!- i Mr Carver motion second by JohnRon for making good roads. H'lint Roys' ' A to make this six months from this lonK Wo nk that a copy of theso rcno- - j date, and on putting tho motion it lutlons bo furnished the Organized I A new .. . ....i " KENTUCKY A. S. OF E was adopted, nnd made for six Farmer nnd public press in general ,"al"r" nl the Ke ynlr months instead of ono year. "! nnd a copy sent to the cloven Con- - hlblt U'f the gressmon of Kentucky, nnd to tho fir J" n,e,mbcrs Section two rend nnd amendment K of Kentucky. offered by Mr. Cnrvcr nnd second by United SUUcs Senators. "'KH Meeting at Central City Attends II. I'lrtle, thnt all reports on condiOn motion tbo foregoing Rook- IT nr? represcntntlvcB of counties. However, nig m - -- i tions nnd amount of crops bo sccur-e- d ii.u.. . ' .. . tuwiJiL'U. 40y To Much Important IIM0 kuiii uiKumr.eu in iiuecil a. Motion n,n,l l.v M,nn.,nn.- through tho heads of our farm W ' ' r- - T1,c If you had a Machine that yon ould ejernta-n- t n foirt pro- '0Un,t!CS r the 8tnl,c lh,B second by Mr. Carver to ., organization, vote on tho amend Business. wcrc t day In and clay otrt, would you not couat im a ! . th ment carried, nnd then section adpot- - tlon of Officers tlr,Ut f02":"" and Christian., r,L. time It stocd idle? . . ii.inv cd ns a wholo. " Although small in numbers tho lorr.taBl and J was udopted. Section three, rMd ultcl fill motion quality of theso pigs nnd tho interest You? money in a good nnaty-makig- g matUtae. Invent"!.!, is Annual Convention Kentucky Htntd wns ndopteil, to ad &UVfl to Boven-thlrt- y Motion cur certificates f deposit or on wiring nctount, tt Mirus Inof their little owners compelled the llnlon A. 8. of K. wns called to ..ovon.ber Ween adovted Section four rend and nmended order terest every day of the week, eery week et tho kioat'c, antM and nttcntlou of tho visitors to the swine In the Opera House nt Central City ty Mr. iMrtlo to request our mum- - :u,J"unimr.ttUoJ Mint hour waa had. every month f tao year. farm to n larger degree than nny on Vodnesdny, November tenth, liy ''ers ul" jiitwo on Resolutions lo wrlto letters to members of mndo other one exhibit. Wate President 11. B. 1 'or ny. roport as fullowH, Whereas, Remember, we rIt yon absolute security laid pay tho Legislature requesting their nup-po- rt An Interesting feature was tho exOpened with prayer liy rate of interest. to n measure of this kind, vote '.iMiranco as provided by tho lino hibit or Moser brothers, two pig U. W. o.npatileH ; very on amendment carried, nnd voto t.n cspenslvo Carver of Clroenvlllo, nnd club boys or Jefferson county, who Wlivreus our Lcjiialuturo lias provld-- i rorcenilly demonstrated ho resolution as a wholo carried. the differh htifo and bound nnd economic ence In feeding a n Section flvo wns road anil on balanced ration wl.M h convince , namu wan adopted. ilh iar fanners Insur-a- :. from that of the common practice or C()MTcnllon Car. 4th ami Krdcrir. ,.Id Mat ho Section six rvid nnd amended, thnt t, nuil recommend that tho inom- - reeding 'com nlono." hcnrty ccor ft,th KNOWN KVLHYWIIKRH sH,e S:fTC nvd HHUAIIIHUAIW. ! The I os took two pigs from n lit,,';nnUP,, l,Tort M "'" ve pluco upcjlal emphasis on that ' ,,l'ri ol the under snid law, and on !o t a!'' I". ' V meinlterH of the ronven-lio- n part with rofcren.-- to munition or n in ion the foregoing was adopted. ter and, the father of n third one. , sur & Ioiolvod that tho next annual Tho tlireo pigs were in the same pen. vcry ,mlcl1 t home var, niuMidment carled nnd then th $ $ &oV Convention of tho Kentucky State The father's pig weighed 95, nnd the w,i"' In the city. resolution ns a whole was adopted. ' Notion was mndo by Mr J. W. Section sovii was read and on mo- Union A. S. of E. shall bo held on boys' pigs 220 and 21ii pounds rethe second Wednesday in November spectively. The sons know it cost Dunn and second hy fltnntor McCon-ne- ll tion wan adopted. 191G. them 4',c a pound to produce their in havo conimlttua on Credentials Repxirt of Committee on Rocolveil that this Convention elect plgi; the father has no Idea of the Motion put and carried, with tint folbuying and selling submitted m. n committee of five whoso duty it "ost of the runt. lowing named nr. Committee, .1. W. report n sfollows: hi bo to prepare articles of In1 Gordon Nelson, Jr., nnother pig fciunn, S. Ste.veiiR and M. W. CarWo your committee on buying nnd ver. selling, recommend that this State corporation for a Cooperative Asso- club boy from Christian county, addCommittee, oti Credentials nubmit-te- d Convention appoint n committee of ciation to servo ns a buying nnd sell- ed to the honors or the club by takreport n followB, Krc.m Ohio three whoso duties shall bo to at- ing agent for tho members of the ing tho blue ribbon in tho Junior im County II. 11. Plrtlo, S. L. Stevens. tend to tho buying nnd selling for A. S. o'f E. and tho folnwing were yearling sow clnss from the Poland V elected on said committee: It. E. I. China breeders with his club pig nf-tIiavtcbs County, J. V. Dunn, I.ouls tho members of the A. S. of E. MoWill help parents develop their sons inta Rny, of Vine Grove, John Deberry, winning his class among tho hoys. Carrice. tion to adopt carried. of Logan county, S. L. Stevens of Pig club boys had their scperntc the beBt type of citizens and . Christian Muhlunburg County, Henry Eades, Mr. Pollard, President of Un0 E. (Irnham, David Lewis, F. E. united Mineworkers of District No. Ohio county, F. K. Mosoley of Dav- classes, but were also allowed to engentlemen. Its patronage is widely scatiess county nnd L. N. Robertson of ter against the farmer. Illco, nnd M. "W. Carver. 2'. came before the Convention and McLean county. Committee on orAfter several hundred dollars in McLean County, S. II. HohertHon, extended a cordinl invitation to the tered and comes from t tlie best homes in ME ganization camo before tho Conven- cash prizes and cups were hotly conE. Hlckerson, C. II. Hruce, H. K. A. S. of E. to meet with that Organithe South. Its capacity is limited, theretion with tho following report; We tested for", all of these hogs wero ICIrtloy C. II. Ullili and James .Mose-l.'- zation in their Conventions, and on your Committee on organization, ow- sold at n premium to Louisville pack K fore, reservations should ' be made early. notion the invitation was accepted ing to tho financial condition of State ers, with a few exceptions. H Hardin County, II E. I. Hay. with thanks. and county A. S. of E. think that the Not only wcro the pigs present, Place jour son in this select gioup of Logan County, John Dcherry, Fred A resolution read by Mr. Carrice JohriBon, C. It. "Whltoscarver, C. U. was bubmltted to tho Convention, best nnd most effective way for or- but a considerable number of the boys. Write ganization Is to perfect foie plan of boys also. This year the State Fair lirooks and Hnberl Spencer. mil motion made to consider samo as buying and selling, Hoard sent the winner of tho conMotion made to seat delegates as part of report of Committee on Resreported hy credential committee put olutions carried, and resolution wns whereby, wo can show the farmers test in each county to the Farmer and other laborers the benefits of 'lovs' Encampment. Theso boys, in nnd carried. as follows: organization by saving to them mon- "iWiflon to their instruction in this Motion wns mnjlc hy Mr. Stevens For catalogue and informatiom Box A. Wo tho representatives of tho Or- ey on purchuhes, nnd on motion the camp, competed for n handsome and second hy Mr. Carver to allow ganized farmers of Kentucky, of the foregoing was unanimously adopted: " $15 in cash given to the all members of other Labor Organ- A. S. of E. in Convention assembled Motion to extend time for election hep litdre of a ring of swine. izations full prlvlllge of the floor nnd at Central City Ky., November of officers to nine o'clock, adopted. Tho Roys' Pig Club in Kentucky motion carried. 1915, in view of tho fact Point of order called by Mr. Mc- is organized by tho Bureau of AniStnto 1'resident Hay came on the hat, 3L the Public mind at present is tloor nnd In n few chosen remarks being very much ngitatcd, on the Connell and convention proceeded to mal Industry in cooperation with the EUS Rurcau of Plant industry and the Mated many important matters thnt question of good roads. We havo the election of officers. Nominations for President declar Kentucky College of Agriculture, ns uliould hnve attention by the Con- rend with much Interest tho various ed in order nnd Mr. M. W. Carver a unit or the Farmers' Cooperative tention, propositions to build these roads, es- placed before tho Convention tho Demonstration Work. It is thereA motion was mado by Senator pecially the Dixie Hoc Lino, nnd oth- nnd second by Carrice to have r Inter Stnto Hlghwnys. To us a name of Mr. R. E. I. Ray. No other fore part of the regular duties of nominations were mndo and Mr. Ray the county agent and is organized in all necessary committees appointed members of the A. S. of E. all propo- was unanimously elected, he came counties having theso county agents hy the Chair, and motion carried, sitions that have been submitted, and the Chair proceeded to appoint smack of graft and an Improper way forward and thanked tho Kentucky only. State Union for this honor and pledgFor information, address State as follows: of construction of good roads for the ed his efforts for tho success of the Agent, Hoys' Pig Club, Kentucky ExOn resolutions, II. M. I'lrtle, C. II. , 'luucflt of tho farmer and the work-ii- A. S. of E. periment Stntlon, Lexington, Ky. lirooks and J. V. Dunn. On orgnn- g class. While the public mind i Mr. II. M. Pirtlo of Ohio county, i i.aiiuM, nuns i;nrnce, junn ueuerry, has been considerably agitnted on In a few words of praise, offered the lloiv To Prevent Croup. T'r. E. Itice. Motion made hy Mr. Dunn he question of good ror.ds, it is nls-- i name of Mr. Til. W. Carver of GreenIt may he n surprise to you to and second by Mr. Dcherry to have being ngitatcd at present on another ville for Vice President, and Mr. Car- learn that in many cases croup can buying committee on ii'tv Important question that pcr-la'- ver was unanimously elected. Mrs. H. M. Johns, He bo prevented. and helling, Motion carried and to the welfnro of ail the Ameri- thnnked tho Convention and assured Elida, Ohio, relates her experience wns appointed as follows: C. can ncoplc, this question will come 'It. Whltoscarver, J. II. McConnell, before-- the no:Jt Congress, nnd Is the body thnt ho would do what he ns follows: "My little boy is subject could for the best Interest of Equity. to croup. During the past winter Kchort Spencer. Bill Bsarinf; Long Wearing this, e certain element in this conn-- ! Tho namo of S. R. Robertson of I kept a bottle of Chamberlain's Minutes of April rend on motion N attempt lm to ni'iiild public county wns placed before the Couch remedy In the linucc. and McLean samo were adopted. striliiicnt in favor of Congress Convention, and unanimously elected. w'hen ho began having that croupy THE INSTALLATION of" Motion to adjourn to seven p. m., Tor toting $250. r,(fti :.r L. N. Robertson of Calhoun was cough I gave him ono or two doses of carried and adjournment wns had to uiirposes In times ol pence, we Av.v elected as Chaplain, ami tho follow- it nnd it would break the attack. I thnt hour. with much concern a'i'l great ulann ing named were mado members of Ilko It better for children than any Promptly at seon the convention this move, Therefore bo It reserved, the State Honrd of Directors: II. M. other cough medicine because chil was called to order by President Hay Thnt we the organized farmers of I'lrtle, Hartford; J. W. Dunn of Dav- dren take it willingly, and it is safe d and committee on resolutions Kentucky are opposed to such approeveryiess county; Louis Webb of Logan and reliable." Obtainable a partial report as follows ' priation being made by the next Con- county, Wo E. Ulbb of Sacramento, where. m Unsolved first. Thai we extend the gress nnd It our Federal Government and M. W. Carver of Muhlenburg is invariably f ollowed hy the discovery that nmendmout to the Constitution that hits that amount of money to spend, county. the bills for ribbons arc much; less than re. old mcniliers to ho reinstated lo destroy human liven that aro itlnns Smallest Street Car. dear Mr. L. N. Robertson of McLean possesses what Is said A larjfc corporation recently found on the payment of one dollar and t( us all, we ask that Congress pass county was elected for State Organ- to Porto Rico bo tbo nniallest street enr In opertlfty cents bo extended twolvo months a that its ribhon expense was cut in two. hill 'appropriating $fi),000,000 for izer. ation. It is horse drawn, and has acfrom dato. lligh-vavThis ie not an accidenl. It is the result of I he construction or National Delegates to tho National Conven- commodation for only three Resolved second, That wo favor j the mechanical construction that makes the tion, Sountor J. II. McConnell, R. E. tho steps that the Dopatiuct'.t of t Coug.'ffe pass this' hill L. C. Smith &? Bros, cheapest to maintain. I. Rny and John Doborry. 'l' is tulvlng In regard to getn j i :v Government lal.e Hy motion ninde hy Mr. Dunn, S. Tlilrty-sl- v For 25 Cents. ting up cooperative organizations, touch anJ eliminate The tell b;arin3 along tho lines 15. nnd L. N. Robertson wcro named Dr. King's New Llfo Pills aro now nnd tint tho Fecretury he instructed charge of the work pounding jmiict. The ribtn is actuate J by the Impiovement of as alternates to National Convention. supplied in d glass bottles, to notify tho Dcpatnie.nl that wo fav- cv tlio plnns for the carrnge, not the typchar. The rilihon mechanism Tho matter of dolegntes to repre- containing' 30 sugar coated whlto steps and recommend it to he liveis and harbors this would or swell is automatic, jo that the ribbon reverses at the give employment to thous- sent the eoveral Department Unions pills, for 2nc. Ono pill with a glass ono of the most Important things the end la reached and without auued strain. now idle In Kentucky was left to the depart- of water before retiring is an average that tho haid Department can do for ands of our citi7ens who aro ments. Low ribhon cort, low cost of maintenance anu nnd this would mean peaco and prosEasy and pleasant to take. dote. H the farmer. the highest efficiency Motion made by McConnell nnd Effective and positive in results. thec are guaranteed to we recom- perity to our people and then tho Kesolvcd third, That L. C. Smith & Bros, users. question of building State and coun- adopted lo leavo matter of Legisla- Cheap and economical to use. Get a mend that the County Demonstratake a doso tors take up tho helling as well as ty roads to intersect theso Nutlonal tive demands to tho Hoard of Direc- bottle DEMONSTRATION TOR THE ASKING Highways. Wo recommend that tho tors. your Constipation will bo relieved in tho producing tddo of tho question. Motion to adjourn carried and Con the morning. L. C. SMITH &? BROS. TYPEWRITER C? 30 for 25c, at nil Resolved fourth, That we request people revert theso questions back and to their County vention ndjourncd to second Wednes- Druggists. Horn, Offtc, anJ Factory, SYRACUSE. N. Y. l that wo ask the Legislature to enact lo their courts to Courts, solvo this question day in November 191G, nt Owens n law requiring that Agriculture bo Fiscal Brioche in All Principal CXct to the best Interest of all tho people boro. taught in our common schools. Jones' Little Mistake. 414 Main Street CINCINNATI, OlllCt R. E. I. KAY, President, Jaggs (who has run his car Into the Kesolvcd fifth, That wo recom- concerned. S. U. KOHERTSON, Sec'y. As a means of saving money, to ditch, gono to sleep and has Just been mend Owensboro au the place for J awakened by a rooster crowing on tho holding tho noal Annual Conven- prevent unpardonable fiscal court usp radiator) "MarvelouBh car! Marvel-ous- h Neuralgia. Pains Stopped. State Union grafts wo condemn extravagant tion of tho Kentucky car! I'm dtshcovering new You don't need to suffer those or the 'nubile money appropriated for A. S. of E. 2. agonizing nerve pains in tho face, features every day. Never knew till pood roads. Kesolvcd sixth, That wo fully ' just now that thleh 1915 model had a Wo organized farmers of Kentucky head, arm, shoulders, chest and back. cuckoo clock." Chicago tho action of tho late in Convention held in that City on Oc- want good.road-- nnd aro willing lo Just apply n few drops of soothing do our part to seeur tho same, and Sloan's Liniment; lie quietly a few and thnt wo pledge tober, ! Dihtrcss in tho Stomach. our support to bring about tho meas- w wiw declare thut wo aro not will minutes. You will get such relief STOP AT Fifty-fiv- e Lestypewriters. Life and tho world I is to be grafted upon, to securs and comfort! Thero are many pcoplo who have ures outlined at that Convention. sons explained hy Moving PicResolved seven, That wo recom- good roads, thereforo we recommend will look brighter. Get a bottle to- a distress in tho stomach alter meals. ture machine. Seven big Desystem ot building and day. 3 ounces for 25c, at all Drug- It is duo to indigestion nnd easily a mend tho Organized Farmer ns thi partments Shorthand, Official organ and urgo ull niemboni grading of roads In each county in gists. Penetrates without rubbing. 1 romedied by taking ono of ChamberTelegraphy, Stenotypy, Kentucky so that each lain's Tablets niter meals. Mrs. Hento work for 11 and help to circulate tho Stnto of Music, Primary Normal. Exry I'adgan, Victor, N. Y writes "For Rowaro of Cheap Substitute. samo In all parts of Kentucky, farmer will widen and drag a certain tho pert teachers. Modern equipIn these days of keen competition some time I was troubled with headand that all business agents or secre- portion of the County road along the ment. Position assured. rt side of ills farm when weather and it is important that the public should ache and distress in my stomach, afof tho different counties taries Write for catalogue. through- soe that they get Chamberlain's ter eating, also with constipation. at least onco each month tho condition of roods demand FRANK ECKERT, :.. amount of business done, through out tho wholo year and that he re Cough Remedy and not take, substi- AboutsU months, ago. I.bean-tukln. . ECKERT, M(r. ;; J compen-- , tutes sold for the sake of extra profit. Chamberlain's ceive a just and reasonable Daviess Co. Bus. College Tablets. They regutho official paper. Cough Remedy has lated tho action of my bowels and Jtyottoa made to accept report and sation for work from his Fiscal C,ourt Chamberlain's Incorporated European PIa gonslder' samo by sections, motion and do hereby indorse tho D. Ward 'stood the test, and been approved the headache and other annoyances OWK?fSBOK, KY. King Road Drag, aa one of the cheap- - for jnoro tfcaa forty years. Obtain- - ceased in a short time." Obtainable put and carried m m overy.wh'ere. Section one read add amended by est and most successful Implements able eTrywbere. NNUAL CONVENTION tt , ...,,.. I ... ,? L?"" J S? ?' '"..WWW I .''"" Htipi I iClIPFlJndRPnrPQri J LOST InTPrPt T Z X 2 ,' f0,0"1 !" f'-- to'Z -- ino-tlo- Centra! Trust Company ..,,,, I Vanderbilt Training School for Boy!zm ELKTON, KY. m er m m it; y. m M m MATHENEY & BATTSg 5 tenth-eleven- th ini el Reducing the Cost or. ! Upkeep com-4inltt- n IL. C. Smitli & Bros suh-mitte- Typewriters he-fo- s. re c lit well-corke- in-et- ant to-da- Ens I s I 444 1 When Louisville I ECKERT'S r Doolc-keepin- g, ie-po- 5th Avenue Hotel I g ?& jLllJJp. H Clerk's rnce wo stated that Democrats hail contested every close election for county offices, when Hepub-llcathad won, for tho past twenty years. This Is true. No Republican In that period who was elected on the face of tho returns liy less than CO votes has cscipcd an cxpcnslvo contest at tho hands of his defeated opponent. In the caso of M. I... Hcav-rlelected County Attorney In 1S97, Mr. Vlckers, his Democratic opponent contested a majority of more than So on tho face of the returns. In all of these contests, where they wore pushed to a recount of the bal- lots, Ucpuhllcans gained from 10 to .19 votes on account of errors made t .. .,. - -- , ..nt....... ii... uihcuib. re "--n..Hfl u! iiio rii- - errors arc prusiiiuuu m ii.nu made unlntontlonally, but they were mmln nirnlltol llin HVMIMIIVUIW a lllaf KillVl-ltllUOl IIIV lit1t 11 Inn it Jia. same. No Republican ever conthe tested on election In Ohio county be- fore, although on several occasions Democrats have won by from 2 to 12 votes on the face of the returns. The Hartford Herald says th.it this paper Is offering as ground for the DemoRiley contest the numerous cratic contests, which it contends is i poor excuse and in the same breath declares that our statement about them is "wild distortion of the facts,' and "that Democrats have contested In a bare few instances in that length of time and they had well established grounds to proceed upon." Well, see who has 'distorted the facts. Here is the record: is n, un-cuu-- STATE WIDE BILL MAY BE T81E0 rA' ItiM, Editor &. t'r..,! iHiir - Effort To Get Matter Out of Way Kcloic the J 0 7- dross 'rill ioiiiiiiiiiiic,ainiiiiHartford Republican iO " fuxt Mate The Present Cold Snap IIMI'IH lIWi Con test, it io Said. WIWiMlWWJMWWWWWWWMMWWW lll.r. IU trii' tiin i Jlia til e " The Winchester Democrat says: "The word Is being passed around iiliri In n. ok ,tiiiila .1 mm i ii for political circles than effort will j In ft41 IHMi'x, ll.'i" iililli .lll'll' Ml IH I ii" bo made by tiie (lencral Assembly to III iilVHl p pr i llliliir.l . ('t.. ill .Noll i"" (i T It put the question of Statewide prohl- -' ilrprll-'iMir, .V Im. Utiim before the people of KcntucKy ( ltl i i ii'iin ii illnii- victim- i jnt 0I1C0. Aml 8triUigo to relate, It Is lull t sald tho very men who fought against this proposition prior to the August .. 1 primary are the ones who are anxious C n'corlcLVii. SS ricmoro' ; to see the question submitted to tho people. Uoth parties, Republicans and Democrats, 'are up in tlte air.' KKiiiAV, novi:mi;;:k n. "The election of November 2 was an and Is freely p'redict- 19 1C For President ed that unless the Democratic party v. CHARLES V. FAIIU1ANKS, t breaks away from a certain ring n of Indiana. which lias been tightening about lis, throat, there will be a Republican i administration four years hence, and I The contest between Riley and this would Indeed be a calamity. Porter for tho odlco of Circuit Court "Democratic leaders throughout Clerk has already been decided by the State are still gasping at the an-- 1 the Hartford Herald, and strange ( ? ) parent ease with which a 30,000 itia-- ! to say. It decides In favor of Porter, Jorlty was wiped olT the map. The without even a recount of the ballots. cause Is not a secret it is so plain Owing to its well known falrness.and IH7 that a man who runs may set. Stan- impartiality, In all political matters . G. 15. Likens contested S. A. An- - ley got by with less than 500 votes its decision, of course, will be acceptspare, and it is generally conceded In race for Circuit Clerk. An-'t- o derson ed by everybody as final. derson lost in Circuit Court and won that he owes his election to Judge The recent election demon n Black, a "dry" man. who in Court of Appeals. strated one thing conclusively Henry Thompson contested M. S. ran far ahead of the ticket. and that is, the independent vo"Tho lliiuor question, which a Ragland for County Clerk. Ragland ter is becoming more numerous number of papers said was dead for ' won. each year. Many men are declining to longer be bound by J. B. Vlckers contested M. L. Heav-rl- n twenty years immediately after the ' for County Attorney. Heavrln primary, has loomed up on the horiparty bonds. They arc learning zon a most dangerous omen of the apwon. to "scratch" with decision and Tho Democratic Warren Taylor contested T. H. proaching storm. effect. They may prefer to vote State ticket barely escaped its furi, We will be Black fpr Jailer. Black won. on the job all the winter looking for a majority of their party' yonr winter which is growing by leaps and nominees, but they reserve tho JW)l necessities, but you must bear in mind the European war has caused bounds. In the next election, who a4gbt to cross over and vote for ' Frank Wade copffsjei T. II. Black can say what will happen? a dan or two on some other for jailer, Black won. very severe shortage in dye stuff. Raw materials of every sort are "The answer to the problem is be-n- p ticket. Hereafter they mubt be costing more money. Clothing and suit manufacturers can't get piece' whteoered about over the State ioi taken into consideration very John Renfrow contested W. C. and seem J, 0I1, wa' out of a (,lt- 7 much in political calculations. goods to make up into suits. Anticipating these conditions we bought Blankcnship for tho office of County flcult situation. It is 'Take tho li Voting is a constitutional right Court Clerk. Blankenshlp won. very heavy along these lines early. But business has been much A quor question out Of Politics.' It is and no one can deny the freeJ. P. Sandcrfur contested C. E. argued now that if th Gener.1l Asdom attached to ft. Hartford we anticipated, and those who wait longest may have to pay litSmith for the office, of County Attor- sembly passes a bill this vtnj.er ea '" Herald. n- ney, Smith won. the bulk of your winter necessities, tle more. It will pay you to look ,J Ing for an election to amend the Co o are glad to see the Herald has stitlltfnn an na tn tirnliUiH tlm rnqnn.! 1807 .. . r. ..... .... .....-- . at last been forced to take note of as possible. as The ballots could not be recounted facture and sale of liquor, then this to ciB& "independent voter," and ' protime, tho law question will be vote'd on next fall, even admit that he has a right to because, at that vided that the ballots should be burn- and the result will serve p put an , "cratch." Before the election it by the election officers after the end to that question at least until called long and loud on Democrats ed Demoafter the next election." to "vote her straight." To shut all count had been made. The cratic contestants alleged numerous eyes, and see nothing but the "rooMassachusetts Campaign iiuducteil X in the circle, even Illegal votes and asked the Court tc ster" and put the On Restored 1'r- large Republican otectliui. though he vomited before he could throw out several Edward A, T- lUrston. chairman of The Her, "recincts because of flimsy Irregu.rsyx way frm-- t,le booth. tne Repub';lc.in stat0 t.0mmittec of lnrlties", Ua aid even admits that 'Soling is a TOf collrse the ileraid has decided Mas ichusetts, who is credited with t right." It has always constitutional doing much toward the wiping out Democrats been willing for a voter to exercise not only that the In but "few bare h'Shincos. of a big Democratic majority in tlic'""" exercised it "rooster-ward.- " this right, it he State and the electing of Samuel V that tin Jewish Note i not "delivir- ' The Dial on the I'lilitlrul (link. o ilian it was. In other words, like the and on well es'lalilixlvl ground." h Governor, aid,.." Tliat uiidc r the circumstance prayers ! Tne eiiitor n mis paper is not McCall, Republican, itouudlng up the elections of man who nraved the liberal I yesterday at the Waldorf-Astori- a should huve reversed tji- put L'. the Nt w Vork Herald "Lord bless me and my wife, nij tou attorney for Mr. Riley and is not said ' Isthat the Tariff was the main to furnish grounds for J attempting points out some of the significant itlcs of the district from l'rcu-- 1 r.nb Problem. 'llii (ieriiMit John and his wile, us lour, nnd no to 1'rotectliin is u result the sigiufi facts in connection therewith: lino cumi'hl. me euiiur ui me in.-i- - sue in tho fight for McCall. Masa-chuse't- s, The tr.pectatlon that the enti: more. Allien. ho said is once more a 'sale, cance of whleh cannot be e.ager.iteI -- . aid may learn these grounds by In 11)1 t, the Democrats of will so..: fru' supply o . ..... ...-- v John Walter Smith to be It ii the dial on tho political clock ..m.... fllnfl 111 till -- tepubllcan State. i' 1 ivuuiiib lite nntlttritl IJIVl.V.I !;" under war control reveals one llin f t .r Sill. ..iiimV .I.1U irii J .IU11. ' vinrlln Mr. Thurston is a ninmher ttt the plir.se def-ncoming to County Clerk's ofilce. RtniiM senator by a plutality and tho hands point to the down United of that must Little by little facts afe We knew that the Herald would law firm of Baker & Thursioii in .pave' an etj. crow of l.'i.S-ID- . lu 19ir. K. ('. llarrliiK-ton- , lull of the Wilson Free-Trad- e the surface which prove that the ., 11 l IllvntII., lu Mik Democrat, was elected Covernor and a big victory for Protection at let out one mighty whoop because farm products Mid break between President Wilson and Hefore the next year's presidential and emigre Republican, in all the history of graduate. He has been a loeiubor oi ioi.il made ir e .'50,000,000 of Cur- - by a plurality of about ll.OOl). his former Secretary of Statu, pvovoca-- , the county, had dared to contest an the Republican executive, committee In 1914 Keniucky elected J. C. W. iHluual elffftinns. That is what i'i m tint)ort&: food exnorts. excetit of Ham J. Urjan hv.s a deeper years and has been tho head .IlpnPi wom ll!mpiir,nilti i VjU. New Yarn to be United States Senator result In Hie Twenty-thjr- d tlon than mere-- disagreement over the election and wo merely mention all for five , Democratic contests hi order of the Hcpublican State committee ,eforc Ian.B1 wufH M1BK0.,,, by a plurality of 1.S4 7. In lOli". A. HUtrict lueans. uiote to Germany on the sinking of these --. i. the Lusltania. Mr. Bryan has taken to take some of the yell out of the for two years. stornB supplies for a near Mruggle. O. Stanley, Democrat, nienis to have nWeli.I Vote In .luillil.tl fight When been elected Governor by a plur.ilitj ' IJ.i. f.ie with tin. administration tiro-- ! Herald's whoop. beside this Is done "Tho on thefor McCall was waged ,j S100,((00.000 sont for wluat. N'1 otllcial vote in the races for Taritf, he Kild. "Tho O0o.00il lor liutter tintl okkk itiitl91ir.. of about r.UO. always gots herself and for a 'larger Increase In the attitude of the odn.lnistration with re 00(,not) f()r ur,py , a wir irovw, misrepresents things generally. Army and Nay. In an interview it In 1911 the Democrats of Mnmi- - V'VcnU ,h,,lr" 'U111 fommoiiwwiltl.--ehusottWe would not take ono vote from mini to tho war did not enter Into days ago lie Hiieerlugly refer- - to t00l, aeptndei.ee. few elected David I. Walsh (lov- -' ! n ,1"'7, la ,,I,R nUlr,ct nB eoilltW.. of State from tin Aimtrla lliinxar In fairly the speech made by the Pregiduif, Mr. Porter, to which he Is entittled, the campaign. If there was any!, eriinr by a plurality of lt.81.1. In vole against Walsh on ac-.lklrl.IIir,inarniri,ll, 10ir, the Itepiilillnin liw that It. giving his views, before the 'Ma- and wo do not bellee that Wallace ....nominee fi"r';MlK 'l'"111"! '" ...'-"- , '!.. nhattan Club." It is clpar that Mr. Riley would do so. He is also a poor count of Wilson Is was not so an- r i great. Turkey, commonly buys Gnivrnnr ilnlP!ili.iI ll.vlil I U'nUI, 1... 'i i.i-- i. i ''OiC'UU'd ... IliU oppoueill. T . ; umiitpMi. mr iircuit Judge by a m Bryan believes the ProMdcnt is going man with a world of friends and div nounced. You see, lu Mawachuscttd more grain that Bulgaria sells, and a plurality of i,00i!. wo had our lesson on the Underwoud oi 731 and that C. !:! Sinn!. (Jrity of cattle Ilulgarla soils Htsireely more to New York to promulgate his views ere to lmvo his rights under tin There are others! his opponent, Den D. Ki'u-through this exelu- - law. It. looks like there may iiaye bill nnd its destructive effects befor thaniif attar of roses. The Helxrade to the There is one other whleh tho Her- deeitd the war began. Our textile manu railway an a feeder nuihl therotore error, made In the count--li.fi' 'oinmonwoalth's Atomey b aIvo and well known pedatory ald falls to mention; and it is thr ilnajority ii- of 7 IS. The successful trolled organization. Is proof that he election oflicers of various precincts facturers had suffered thiough the prove dfgappoiutlnif. iiiohI significant of all the up.els. In unloading of cheap foieign materials lidates carried every county in ?e has surrendered to thefmoney power. If so flic court will discover the.e pe.v the Twenty-thir- d Knrins light wnri: fhrtorlrs emigre., Dinirlci dlhtrlcv. ecept Daviess and lucki-whom Bryan rors and give to each man the vole upon our market, and whatever prop- - for them-a- s sBine fellows von Uuelow explaius in New York, which for eais had ' purity the war has been able to bring less lliau 00 Carrying that count fouuht to throw out of the Baltimore to which ne Is entitled. Under the agra- represented tho "Imperial Clcrmani.' Thanks to a souiid The vote by ' CVnvoutlon, In his efforts to kill law this wm bo accomplished only by Into the State they have been iiulck rian iirotection adopted as n war ami unswerving Protectionist follows; named to realize has comu in spite nf the Ohio County. Clark and nominate Wilon. When a contest. If this recount should J 11 4 had plen- - William S. Dennett was elected by a Dlrkhend - measure, Germany in s4fl! L'100 he Yaw that those people were to xhtiw that Wallace Riley was elected Underwood bill. Those of our Imliib- ty of cattle. The government or,der- - majority of nearly 1,000 over Slack his trlet that have not been affected by MeDeiin Coiinti dominate the President, Mr. Brian Circuit Court Clerks on tno "lu' ,my led stock killed to save grain, and for Free-Trad- e opponent. In lf)l n . . ..hoc of Nov., no honest man would deny the demand for war materials offer a time meat was plenty. That might ,1.10.--1 got out of the cabinet. Slack. r. was elected in this dis. uiruiiead striking testimony to tho damage It is known of all men that It was iin the otllco. Ilauriiek Count)-- . have answered for a hhort war; but trlct by a plurality of over conn wrought by the presont Tariff systo'i Hlrkhead sou TCI! the aid and iiilluonco of Mr. Bryan Slack. replncwl, milk Is i This year the wow B,ock c',,mot e no'mineo. a "Senator William Alden'Smlth. of r- -'l Daxless ('oiinty. which nominated AVllson for the Prus K perls to Finish Message Soon. - relative of Charles F. Mil for babies, and fats es.eny, had Washington, Nov. 1C President Michigan. Congressman Phlllpp. P. lllrkhead Io . . Jdency. It was his Influence and ac4205 Slack. Campbell, of Kansas, and other na- tin! to ward off tuberculosis, must be no end or money to spend, and had, tive support as a member of thhe Wilson plans to work all this week on husbanded. besides, all the power Total !i.l!)0 Cabinet which made It possible for a his message to Congress, and epects tional statesmen who took part lu S007 Tho campaign lo Increase pioduc of Taniiuany at his back. the campaign lu Massachusetts talkSlack's Majority Democratic Congress to adopt the to have It finished before Thanksgiv 7 :J tlon and lesson wasto has douo much, Moreover, two important Issues of tariff bill and enact tho Currency ing day. He dfscussed some features ed of nothing but the Tariff, and It lint women, children and old men Ohio County. tho Republican campaign proved to ll"'Ko Is significant that wheiover they used 2478 Smith... .:U77 fjneasure, notwithstanding tho over- of it today with the cabinet. even with the help of prisoners, canWo re,fer National defense will bo tho prin- this argument v.'f made a good sized not replaco the vigor of tho laud bo extremely unpopular. whelming majority. .Meleiui ('oiinty'. to tho now constitution and woman It is idle for the administration ciple subject treated in the message, gain. UIB' 12SS H9S Smllii conquests. Vorwarts, suffrage. Tho Democrats "I regard it as noteworthy that we drawn off for made a which Is also expected to take up recpartisans to attempt to belittle tho Hancock Count). n tho organ of tiio most numerous special point of opposing both propoS.19influence of William J. Bryan in the ommendations for raising additional polled tho largest number of votes 7C5 Smith ""R" political party, may bo suppress- - sitions, and both were rejected over cast lu Massachusetts election In revenue. Democratic party. Ho will have to Davlews County, mo peopie Twenty-thir- d oxcopt during the year when Hryan eu lor sayniK iiuu District by heavy ' (10 lKO be reckoned with. He means to fight 4001 4179 Snflth got up his free silver scare. Outsldo to bco tho end of the war, and tho majorities. To a verv rwiimlilnr.iiii.. Notice. defor bis contentions and if he has ,.., ., may assure tho boclal- ..., .. Wo will run our at of the head of the ticket wo polled iiiiiiicenur Total cided that President Wilson has cast 032.r 8607 Ista that Germany cannot be starved ,m) ,)cinocratc vo,0 Smlth'B Majority. our feed store on Wednesday and on the Hcpublican side majorities of out, but when a government takes! ,mvo Ills lot on tho Hide of "pedatory 718 to counteract In some measure wealth," wo may look for a wide Saturday of each week. Will tuke 30,000 to 80,000. over tho food supply of Its people a Mr. Dennett's vigorous campaign "This election proved that tho Jew The uverago "annual value to the on off for toll from good corn. No plit in Democracy before the next crisis is npproachlng. tho basis of a Protective- Tariff. There farm fnmlly of food, fuel, oil, nnd a inferior, corn accepted! as toll, 'if Ish vote canot be 'delivered by any election. Is every reason to believe, that but roof overhead' as you don't want to pay (toll, Ve will man. Louis Draduls was actlvo In reported for several ' for tho heavy Democratic plumping hundred farms; studied by 'MOIIK ABOUT THK CONTKSTK. ohnrgol&c cash for the slngIo"htin-dre'- d his opposition ,to .McCall and ni'anv tho depar against tho new constitution und wo-f nient was found to bo JC9B.06. of n mentioning the fact, In our last or 12 o for 200 or more'.- - - '" persons thought ho coujd bw1dkvuio FLETCHER'S FOR raan.s.Hffrago ,tho majority for Protcc-- J which $421.17 'was furnbjhod 1y tho bulk of tho Jewish Vote with him. lMUf, that Mr. Wallace Riley had W. E. ELLIS & BRO., nv.. nUUIU unit uitkji mucu greater , irm. Ho could not, for wo got It, proving jfjjed u contest In the Circuit Court 1SU , Produce Merchants. .4 r iniiHf mMi-- i .fr1!'fH itiii. In ulil- - fci In M ". .i Is onJy an index to much colder weather (hat natur ally must soon to follow. Don't wait until you have ii !. i experienced its unpleasantness before providing the it proper protection in the way of heavy wearing ap $ parel. If your underwear is thin we have the kind that will keep out the coldfor little folks, for big I .f-T.3.1 folks, as well as the old and young folks. i I r, Union Suits and Shirts and Pants separate, at a range of prices that will suit your purse and give you satisfactory service. I We have warm Headwear, heavy Footwear, Winter well-know- Suits for Ladies, Men and Boys. Warm Cloaks for the Ladies and Children. Warm Overcoats for Men and Boys, Gloves, warm Over Shirts, warm Hosiery and Sweaters, Rain Coats and Rubber Overshoes to keep you dry. right after a : 4 than after larger a J J J J jy J early ' I $ E. P. BARNES 6c BRO, BEAVER DAV8j KYi -Mary-elected t It 11 1 ft ,. sp ea-u- 1 ., tlt.t-1-..-.- v.-- r. Wil-jon- j' , ( , j .". ; ly ! i,, ,,utl "n 1 i ' i v er-T- jr free-trader- s, Free-Trade- 1 I Fren-Tnid- g 1 Ger-mu- m-sir- corn-crush- er ,.,, G - Cry CASTORIA L jJ IT I . ". we hereby extend to tho kind ladles of nil the churches In town our sincere thanks for their delicious pies ri and also to the ones who were so thoughtful as to como to the church TI10 fltml yield of the corn crop In and help servo tho pics at dinner Itme Kentucky Is estimated do we extend our appreciation. nt twenty-eigMay bushels per acre; this Is three you all llvo long and useful lives. l $& J ri,,UTt Wo can't refrain from nlso thankhtishcls per ncro leas than the pre19 ft KAT liKltlalJ liminary estlmalo. The preliminary ing the loyal superintendents, pas- 4) jJr VV liWi.it to estate of llio Statu Department of tors and Sunday School workers, who ui m Ml trj,J ChilJrrn's thirty-on- e huslit'lH.pcr acre was also attended and helped to make thlsj I IMC ' CI C u. '. 1U1 ' An! ui.J ftutttj .olj. meeting profitable. We trust you the estimate of tho Federal Govcrn-lnent'October report. The final re- will come npaln nest April, when wo A.1HO" I ported yield shown that Kentucky have the next meeting, for if possi4? lias one of the largest corn crops that ble something will bo on tho has ever produced. that will Interest ami profit it Tho preliminary report of Hurley you. To the superintendents who tobacco shows a yield of 841 pounds wcro not there wc can only say that per aero, and the final estimate In wo were very sorry, for the meeting ? Tlu I Tent Tlut Crcwrtrc'.Vlit 822 pounds per acre. Of dark tobac- was prolltnblc from beginning to end In Uclurfitor iilioc 4? co, preliminary estimate was 874 as about fifi questions bearing direct1 T?D1JCAT0PS prevent, relieve poiNTM HifP-1."- i rr nlmt make pounds, whilo the final estimate is ly on tho Sunday School were ably .'ill Ik.ii Imiiic , ... hun'miir, or frrc Lent ,(.ct '.;ir. 4? 1.1II01 M', given at 801 poundsi. answered. ':rnwiiif;n i! flat (fit, Kincf, c -- rr, I i ., ioni, iii,rrrminj; 4? , lur ills f.itij'iic, -- ml i'l hcOnuuj :mt a. i,.i.c,-:o.yield of hemp Is estimatone, "Can a country SunThe final Tho first Jc, 4? human feet tin I eir if. tl. if tiic(ui:.!;stlieyJiuulJ. ed fit t,0(!2 pounds per acre. The day School ho run tho year through 4? acreage of hemp thin year is much successfully?" fell to .Mr. Horace 49 Oct jnur .'i.'!c f i!lv (nn, wnir. 1) tunc , .? CiKii.(Mil.iiii I. !.!.:.. r.txLi. 5l.". larger than usual, and the price1 Is Taylor, and ho rather Indicated that 4? fx-0 i ; llr.t i ',. T' : r:.n-high. it could not, but Dr. Ford and Mr. 49 r iV. c wli'tli !: yc pi.i'.tiilii The potato crop Is a splendid one. Fair landed some pretty strong argu.1. irrt ri' '.'. If Variation of the yield Is great, run- ment 011 Mr. Taylor, until we felt for f .JTCI IirvS RiClI ning from fiO to r00 bushels per acre, him, but he said pile her on, my r; p OTJCiffl " but the average shows 110 bushels of shoulders are broad. In fact, we be- a H3 .. Irish potatoes and 81 sweet potatoes lieve that they almost converted Mr. per acre. produced Taylor, as they showed that we had The acreage of the wheat crop for church and Sunday School the whole tho coming year Is given at 91, as winter through and why not Sunday Galvanized Metal, good heavy weight. compared with 05 for last year and School? Painted Metal, good heavy weight. Dr. Ford also said now is really 91. H In 191:5. The condition of wheat Hubber Roofing in rolls, 1, 2 and good quality. ma.ui.fAT.orf. Is given at 92. Somo complaint is the best time to start a Sunday High-grad- e Red Cedar Shingles. mado of the Hessian fly found in the School, as the nights are long and House Paint and Roof Paint. early sown wncat. rue acreage 01 people have more time to study. Write us for prices. Freight paid and our Special acre- Really, is this not truo? rye Is given at 93, condition 92; Why not Price will come to you by first mail. age of barley 9f, condition 93. start our Sunday Schools this time All classes of live stock arc In good 011 January 1st, instead of April 1st? FORDSVILLE PLANING HILL COMPANY ' At least, If any have gone Into winter condition. Incorporated Grasses reported In splendid condi- cjirirters. Wilson, Mgr. FORDSVILLE, KY. Mr. Henry Carson and Bro. Nation. report Indi- pier, also gave some very strong inTuken as a whole this cates that granaries and barns are formation on how to observe Deciswell filled, live stock going Into the ion day, and Hro. Franks gavo a very ing been brought out pr substantiatI'OXI) KUN. winter in unusually healthy and strong niiMvcr to the question: ed by a. thorough agricultural surA revival meeting is being held thrifty condition. "How to keep the Sunday School vey of an old and representative farm at Pond Run by Rev. "Lynch and "This is the last report of the year up?" He said when you ring the ing section of Chester county, Pn. Ucv. CoIIard. Tho attendanco is" exand tho last that will be made by me,' bell, have something on the tabic. These principles are summarized as cellent. ' says J. W. Newman. Commissioner of The question, "How to keep a class follows: Mr. Sam Shemwell is making a Mrs. S. N. I'aris and daughter left Agriculture. "It is my desire hero or.dcrly?" was very ably answered by Farming conforms to local soli, cli- visit to .ills daughter, Mrs. J. A. Tom-erllyebterday for their home In La Junta, to express my appreciation of tho co- Mrs. Horace Taylor, as follows: "Be mate, labor, and market conditions Colo., after n visit to her mother, operation rendered by the SOO crop positive and orderly yourself." as well as to business conditions otl Miss Hardin and sister and'MIed 4IUDAY, NOVEMUKR 10. Mrs. J. A. Park, city. reporters thruout the State and to 'Should the Sunday School be 'the individual farm. Coffman were guests of their m... A Messrs. "John Hcan and Will nines acknowledge that It was only thru opened two times alike in a year?" "Wlien conditions remain unchanged teacher, Mis Ethel" Robertson last ' I,., II. At ST. h. RMt..JIME1T.WiK. were selected to serve on tho Fedcr-11- T their efforts that wc liavo been ablS wa3 answered by a faithful soul who for a long time, farming becomes ap- week-enNo. 113 due at Ellmitch S:.15 p.m. rainl Jurv at Owcnsboro Tuesday. to gc; out an intelligent summary of dame twelevo miles through the" wind proximately what it ought to be to Several people are taking advan-tac- e I sincerely hope and mud, wo think very appropriate- get the best results. provided that No J 19 duo at Ellmitch 7:30 a.m. Mr. nines" 'WM "ol ue au' ,u !rvc crop conditions. of the cold weather to kill hogs. ! days. Hint they will give to" my successor in ly, lie said it should not. Mr. Har-tl- -r practico which 1st immediately the No 112 Lr. Kllmltch .. 3:40 p. in, as he has been sick for Air. II. M. Ross who has been sick ' office thtflr hearty res rfslit, for by changing the most profitable does not deplete soil since early in tin. summer is some5:35 ;.ui. Ar. Irvlngton Tho Bk,at7iiBrlnwi!l be open 5! 50 p.m. I.v. Irvlngtou to furnish to the iiublic program often, you are always keep-ip- g fertility. what improved. him regularly every Friday and Saturday ( new food on the table when the Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p. m. nights. In Success in farming, measured in Miss llelvia Dennis, of Hopewell, iho accurato information tlinv v' order to give tho young ' ' 'l rings. . per cent of profit on investment, does 'was the guest of Miss Hessle GraNo HI I.v. Louisville . 8:3Ti a. in. ladies an opportunity to learn to have been able thru them to gather." , ., ilso gave some very not depend on tho magnitude of the ham Friday night and Saturday. Ar. Irvlngton a- .10:00 a. in. skate the rink will bo open to them Mr. 1 Ul LIIU farm business, but measured injerms Lv. Irvlngton Miss Margaret Tomerlin .10:40 a. in. every Saturday afternoon. visited Commissioner' of Bracken Dies After valuable points on thp-v- . U ii Ar. Kllmltch ,, 1:04 p. 111. of the standard of living of the farm Miss Maggie Hunter Saturday night. Sliootiiig .Self Four. Times. wen as many superiutenaent, ns J. C. CASKIHKH, Mgr. j ., .. Mr. Garrett o.iii 41. tv..i I Brookvllle, Ky., Nov 17. Using an L'l ijuusiliiiia. OLlll ti- - AUV, . ,' iariij It Is directly proportional to Helier Will visiting and family, of We ar pure if you are able to , Mr. Garrett's are M., II. & K. K. It. IIMi: TAIII.H. little, thr. intignltn..: of business. think, changed his views just a single barreled find just what you' want for your elt,s ner daughter, Mrs. John Fulkerson. South Hound, No. 115 pistol, James H. Ware, Mas- on the special duties of the superinProfits increase i1(Vyo yet to make The mule, which was stolen from S:45 a. 111. Sunday Dinner yrj Due at Hartford as to opening the school. increase until the yields flr. Her & Black a visit, for we have tho ter Commissioner of Bracken county, tendent Mr. John White last Wednesday North Uounil, No. HI above tho average for locair fbur times Mr. Tichenor first, claimel the sushot himself in tho head do- Sippreciate always open, but beyond this point increased yields "ni'h'Ili has beei found. C:l.". p. m. goods and certainly Due at Hartford morning about 10:30 o'clock and perintendent should Boeinc the sruillrif: frfAS of our pleas- - . this MasfcV.I'crt Robinson," tho son ot ' (Doth "Mixed Trains.) died at 2:4 3 o'clock tliis afternoon but Dr. Ford argued that the superin- - aro obtained at a loss. oil cUblorners. per dairy Mr. nnd Mr. r, L. Robinson, who ct In quanlty of product xviM.nnf rL':iliilnir consciousness. Mr. itendent should "40 as little, nnd to do "as cow the point of diminishing re- has been quite ill, IsbCtter at preswire rence, call on Cash Pi.Jc Friilay ami Satur- - Ware had been in ill health for every onu else in school Tin For American -- . fi- . turns Is not reached in ordinary farm ent. about n year, suffering from a'ner-vin- a much as possible. Mr. Tichenor 1J. S. Carson. U Novenilior 10 and 1!0. Mr. Lee Brown's little baby girl is tiaily uKieed this to be a good plan practice. iirp.ikilnwn. but so far as ."?.()() vftii Vissman's Lard "Should the bunuay For Ship Stuff and feeding flat AoO-IbIt is easier and more profitable to ris belter after being seriously ill. 1.10 known had never threatened to take , On the riuestion, Cabbage Ua- a motto?" Mr. Horace Increase low yields per aero than see Acton Bros. hi, Hf... Ho was alono In his oliieei Stliool have 1 bushel Meal ap high ones, and small product per cow should and some Xew Star Theater. Uubber Boo;,ng !imi paIiit eat bo 1 gallon Pure Apple Vinegar.. .250 over, tho local bank when he fir on Tavlor said it propriate mottos were given. Mr. than large product. In other words, The Star Theater will give a show the shots. .10c ha'l at Aclon llros. Keg Soda Tlaptist profits can be Increased more easily on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday L. B. Corliss and W. 11. Stevenson Fair, superintendent of the .:)e Pink Beans School, of Hartford, wo by attention to the weakest points In nights of each week. Will open the Mr. Thart Barnard, ot Island, was ,lWo were In the bank when they heard Sunday Chocolate Candy. very beautiful expe- a farming system. in town tho first of th Veek. doors nt 7:.10 and the show will . ic a shot In the room overhead. They think, added a Minco Meat IMbs. we were on this quesThere Is a way of grouping tho promptly t 7:45 o'clock eaclt ' Alabama, is the .tllH' rushed upstairs and found Mr. Ware rience while Steel Cut Coffee Tilri. lloen, of. on the floor, tion. He said, "we have no motto, but enterprises of a farm that is more owning. .25c lying In a pool of blood 7 rolls Toilet Paper guest of Mrs. Schl'eminer. city. wo havo a salute, and as I came down profitable than any other way; that You cannot afford to m!f.s these pistol by ills side. spent the week 1 can Imported French Sardines ..(le tho Miss Kvelyn Clark his two sons, the street this morning a little boy Is, there is a certain, most profitable i hows, as we have ono of the best Dr. C. II. Wallln and . i no Loose Kalstiw hand ihhU acrcago for each crop and a most and mobt iMienlB at Sunnydale. machines niaae. Vnil with both of them physlclnns, were hur- saluted me by raising his ILBIl & HLAOK. of Cra-baia hasty examin- in reply I waved a saluto back to profitable proportion of Income from We also have the best screen on the riedly called In nnd fliargarot Williamson, oMl good to me. There any one source. market and it will not hurt your eyes For ln Vote-- . I IScRtm. ation showed that Mr. Waro'had shot him. This looks is the guest of Misu l.uello I'lr- l.tval We" likeSomo enterprises, sucli as poultry to look at theto pictures. temple, the aro many things ot different kinds Frankfort. Ky., Nov. 17. Another himself four times in the easily bo made profit- wise have ono of the best and most other by Estnto big legal battle for tho office of Secre- other two wounds being superficial. wo can gain from each exchanging keeping, may 'For big bargains in Heal o able as sldo lines, yet aro difficult to modernly equipped show houses begins tomorrow at Hop Tho weapon, used was ouch, that alter meeting together and 000 Holbrook & Parks. Hartford. tary ot Stato Of course, tho Sun- make profitable when made a main have spared of Louisville. We firing ono shot, tho cartridge shell plans and Ideas. klnsvill'o. Tho hearing on the injunc'Ky. meeting Is very grateful feature of tho farm business. neither time nor money In oqulppiug tion prayed to compel the Christian had to extracted with the fingor3 and day School Production costs much moro por a real show house for tho peoplo or For Fresh Oysters call at Potty's County Election Commlssionarics to a fresh cartridge Introduced into tiro cr fii snrvlcei rendered by both nostaurant. Will deliver evening or reassemble and deduct 100 votes barrel. Thlb waa done three times be- of our good papers. How could we bushel or per ton on tho small farm Hartford and vicinity. Your patron them?" than on the largo Jarm of snmo age will bo appreciated. morning. trom the total of ir.3 votes counted fore tho victim fell unconscious. Tho get' along without B. G. F.AIIRASS, MelIenry.of Louis- - for liarksdale Haiulctt In I.ongvlew first three shots were not heard, due "The man who whispers down a well typo. Mr. John J. sell Mgr. Star Theater. Diversity of business is an impor- 17tf vllle, spent the day with friends hero Precinct wtll bo held. .fact that Mr. Waro was stand- About tho goods he has to to the "Won't reap the gleaming, golden dol- tant factor or sucess on tho average bank. Sunday. James P. Lewis, Republican candi- ing over tho vault of tho aro lars, farm. A modorato degreo of diverLouisville, date, claims that Hamlett only re Wins Hy Knur Voto. The physicians ordered Mr. Miss LlTTio" Thomas, of did every- Like ono who climbs a treo and hol- sity Is better than either extreme. Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 16. Secreguest of Mrs. Owen Thom- ceived C3 votes in Longvlcw Precinct. taken to his homo and was the These principles together with tho tary of State Creccllus today lers." Tho Christian county Klectlon Com- thing posslblo to rlvlvo him without s. as, lnbt week. hopo-lewilThis Is common sense, nnd strong figures which servo to establish tho certified vote from Clin' success. While his case seemed the missioners havo expressed their Mrs. lOverly." of t'JrnlW, was very much thorn, are discussed at length in a ton and Wayne counties In tho legu recount and a physician was sent for In Cin- proof that wo can profit guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. lingness to make to bulletin entitled "Farm Management islative race between W. C. Allen, Hamlett, however, ask- cinnati and ho arrived In Augusta by advertising. If you want county, Pa. about Ti.ui niui s i Dobbs. Dem. Allen J 00 Bennett, this week. to restrain them shortly after noon. Ho was hurrcld advertise use tho newspapers. They Practice in Chester everything ed for an injunction reccrti-fieatloHer & Black will havo and aro tho sourco of tho most economical to bo Issued by tho department. Tills rcccjvtM, 79C votes m Clinton county to Urookvlllo In an automobllo from making a recount or a work, tho result of a survoy carried. mJ ,)0 V0(e3 in wayn0 county, a new for your Thanksgiving Dinner. arrived hero Just after Mr. Wnro and successful advertising. pleaso send In your orders. The above Is Just a foretaste. We out by the Ofilco of Farm Manage-- 1 U)M q( 15St. I)o,)bs rt,celv(.(l 2S bo Tho troublo nrlses ns a result of a died. Besslo galoro. moot, embodies a very exhaustive minnii County and 1.5S4 lit Mr WinTfiurton and Miss The dead man had been Master had questions and answers clerical error. Hamlett claims that both of, Hartford, were tho voto was counted correctly as Commissioner for fivo or six years Ho there next year and let's mako study of tho agriculture of tho re Wayne county, a total of 1.5SJ. AlCarpenter, Sunday gion surveyed. len won by a majority of A votes. married at Owcnsboro last week. und was ono ot tho wealthiest and Ohio county tho banner certified to. Slmmcr-mu- n I -" community School county of Kentucky. ,, intiinrtlnn neainst tho State most respected men In tho Mr. andMr7rnTE. Leo j .Special Notice. J. D. P.AUGH, Co. Pres. Sullvo To Tuxpajer. Bidges, of Charleston, Election Commission to restrain the Ho. was C5 years old and leaves a and Mrs. ' Everybody who expects lo occupy; jllsl two more weeks and t pin wlfo and ono daughter. In Louisville first of tho commission from issuing tho certifiMo., Money To " , Hamlett is proStar Theutcr niust pay ulty, Interest nnd cost will be added a seat in the cate of election to week. On good real estate. For particdaughter, bable. All to all unpaid taxes. After this I n.tmtsslon lOc. .1... Mr. W.o7 Bennett" and ... tillll ulars sec Tl- 111 Lewis declined tofor UfUlH, .win bo forced to advertise which Attorneys for I A,n,IPi. nnToed illl lIllallL ViltWUl-- t Miss Esther, left yesterday " W. II. PARKS, cost. If yiu ha e o they will spend night to discuss this proposition, In this rule, and roust adds an extra are Included tjisvllle, Fla.. whero ., . Hartford, Ky. ICtt en - ree'd a statement you can pay by and Children report about the Capitol For Infants It Is the bo provided with tickets before ., tho winter. me at the malt, show room or they mall. If not you can call, terlng-thYears VAUJR IN that "such a proceeding is probable. VarMuManaKeroent. In Us 'FOR SAlTEOOD ,;,,lrA' in nav 'beforo the otfico and get the statement. to como If tho ' farm to It Is almost certain Certain fundamental principles ot :::.:.,'-.---. ... npoctfuiiy, farm land, small or luxo to settle court' proceedings aro uot completed Always bean t .!..- otily.soW farm, management aro advanced- 4y ' SOKEOWN, S. O. G. "suit purcUseru; Signature of Election fJowmUslon. WBARIUSS.'Mgr. J. L. Hawe?, beforo.tbo Stirte specialists bT'the department as hav- - 19.M1 '. ' B- r. estate;, .easy terms, reassembles' Monday.' if MacWfcy. ht y&7 nit Crop Contrition Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 17. Wenth-c- r conditions for the last mouth have been very favorablo both for husking corn and for flooding wheat. Pastures have romnlned Rood. The entire fnll thrunut thii Slate lias heen unusually satisfactory front a weather stand-Iioln- l. Inmiom IJist Report Superintendents' Meeting which was held In Hartford, on November 12, Holiday School Niipeiliitrndoiits (Sain Hy .Meeting. 1 In behalf of tho Sunday School iftft5ftaftftaft rj 3 - uMjMjj -jS3 aaaaa.a...aaa.. o35SS33333BS3aB3KZ3K" - DON'T FORGET To Call and See Our Big Line of Suits and Overcoats H pro-grn- m .ent Bones W-r- c 11 'Straight Bones jct ttall-,li;, Ladies' Suits g Coats I 1 c 1 e ''! 1 '.''. 113-- e V9 I. a,rvvrvv?ij? y, Hub Clothing Company Hcir tior ol, c .Shoe SPECIAL PRICE ON ROOFING y36b. Joke Hartford Republican, n. d. u. 1 ,'" ' - -- I ltf s. be-g- lu U.-- J N nr b. n. -- 4 ' oi't-sid- .' n. . -- . wo -- Ian. al-th- CASTOR ForOvr 30 A ,m.ir . m I - . . - && - , GEl, DRrofolOJdL Otto C. Martin fPOrVMMli I R I- . iui uey at LclW 'X Alt Mill), I AM. ii'iuh In a tllT where food Sotelt ; abound, the Pewhatta ItttCt the ; U lilt. It It firrt to the bcirtl cf It Jp countrymen, fI ' K irn-a paper as the Twice-a-Wee- k vor V.'cnsboi,orV.oJjsen (KM1 , tllClti i V, ..til It comes evory u uav. r r' i " " and Saturday, week In the Gcrmaa advance toward Libau, the Teutons retaliated for the Incendiarism or tho llusslans In extern Prussia by setting ilro to many of the towns and vlllac's In their path. The picture shows the Russian lwn of Szwalo going up In flames as the poor Inhabitants Hlmj with their scant goods. German offlcers nnd Midlers aio observing the effects of their work. (It ;. tulkpej, Tlie Towwlan it refine 1. cliiM, and mlful. It xc.l. lent location on rcnnylanu Avtnur, ISth and II blrtcM, tnaVct it a ilrtualile licadiuar tcrt lor lithbl courier, touri pattirs, concntions. School and , .11 ; hu 1st wwrt- - t: 1 v, K, r m.miiiv i lliiitliirit, i.' mi v 9 fii ,u ;, tengc. lion with the uarifo SINKING OF BRhiSH BAftLESHlP MAJESTIC sw-XTAEaSB- r .1!3S2yB!ErMtt!8!W,"WWra tr 5 ' I iican, Both papeis, oiu All Is l.5o. clubbine iibs V. lions should be add Republican, Hartford, The Povhatan attuctl ,thc pfople ot culture and education, lit proainuty to btatr. War and Navv Utpaitmentr. also to man; nl hiilotlcal interest, point maktt tint liotcl rseeially at,. tractic lo a ditctlmiiuting be. ihe ro)vtan oSrrt room with detached bath at J1.S0. $2 OS and up Rooms with pri vatc bath, l SO, $1.00 and tip. Write for boollct with nup, , . iii Law i ..oiVIWuLu, - KY. ,M.n.ii.f tliwr iiruti-i.ciiljuiillng coiititleB. i in i im-tii- e Lhl.f Collection.''. r i.iu a luuijit linn mill ii',i'ror CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Mainssr. .SiiiUiiiii t j ! ! " if-n "J .aaaaw. .W m -. IM Bt tiw rv T"r. ISB?5ST1L W. - v,..;W"w .x'vHaaaw v f "i Wfth Mwri iiii7" wpwwb wtv t - ': ''lik &Vf im r Ami v f v fmn- - rm"rr 'x .& . laaaaaaaaa: .K. . " "v--- - vp T ii . 11 . iiBi mw ' . aaaaWaawaaaaaViaaataaW( 'rA'iiaiiL; mnm V . RyttM t WU&&m&AJ iti nr u a a. uv. i. iaaL.BaviTJF .vr " ""law T asjJi L"hiL at a. .k - ruanBOfc. tfui & v 'vi: &m. ...v .. ';: .vmmuMLvsi it " iir . ."aBKaMtaPaV: Wa ,bib in hpjp iw KMMnBii mjt r e . jfitifti,.AAkitAi .v xaaaai ataavw tt w ! I 1 rho most etusomlcal, cloanslng a iTcrralcidal of all nntlsoptlct U r r '-t..j p so v' ' --- fec-- k v rr WOMEN -- 'j;';rwt:' ;. J Ni . ywfr gs erjTrv " 'jur - . - I vv cclucle Antisepsis o a .;i. '. J GUARANTEED SKItVICK Ono hundred per cent valuo. Special work for W. The slnklnK Hri.tlsh battleship Majestic photocraplierl in the Dardanelles, three minutes after she was struck j by a German torpedo. Her torpedo nets are out and th1 crew are scrambling down the sides. "As soon as she ' wb torpedoed," wrote a Trench nlllcer, "she heeled oi"- In sin alarming fachton until she had a list of nbout 45 , degree, everything on deck fp or hlld with tremend )u o'n But there was not a single Instant of panic Four minutes after the explosion the Majestic turned, completely owr ami wept down," 0. W. W. F. STEVENS, R. P. D. 7. Marble &. Hartford, Ky. Representing Continental Granite Co. LONDON AS FIRE FIGHTERS new stuyvesant memorial I I Lalarrh, Ii.. -- lc . i of noi,o, thru -a a Ly f ralnlno ills It ten ' .us th" Lydla ilcu.cluo v. o.has rccomniou in t"...Ir r 'vato corroapoiu worn i, v ich proves iu h Women v'.o liavo been . It Is "wor t its weight la r druccists. r c. largo box, or u Tho Taxtoa Toilet Co., U- o- n .1 t tljsolvcd in waU." j a r . ..al nntlsc, -- Collier.'s in ' The National M Weekly bS , ' At I. ,wtisr in Clut soldnt5.50. First Time Until thi year Cbi'r' ha Dlreoxor Countj x e. tlie price it $2.5i a concession where by e can otfet it Hir ndnehatewtitaJ aiLaiE. Bs?!!S8SlLi ' ? -- c. 5 r!VBBBfig aaTTiaaaaani II 1IIBI k Hi JSik aijjjjjjjjjjjjv J, If 't. J ,B -- aaK'll1 . lilSMKa ITWi ItrlT-fSlK8 l'S- 'IBhL I S'"Jir-R'"ift' ' ' J'TSlKMl:i rL&i rl EaHklS !4: SvCttJJtWirJMW. ""-IIi ' 4P X W al aWafl) 'aiTSiJky aPfiW " ' j?4 4' . - ' xmmimmn 'iBaBWRlWfe 'Amwjmmmiibmsasxsm m xf&m iV'f i P. Circuit CoiltlT. lMr.lleR'. Judge; lien D. Rltifro. Att6nu- - . v 1.. l. Kidklff. B. Jail t. ':. M.wteiIlarr.i-- J b- y-O- perated On Clerk; B. Ulrkhcid. mlssioncr; It. T. Collin?. Trustet Jury Fund; S. O. Kcovvn, SlierH. Deputies S. A. Itratehei, Hartford. S. O Kluwii ail' oiiieo .lepTjtlen-Al- rs. Gilinor-Keown. Court conoui'S first Monday In Kooruarj una cotiilnura three wcek&, third .Monday In April, .Mond.i in October I)a two weeks; third per Unit's .$1.00, two weeks. County Court John II. Wilson. Jude; V. C. Ui.inkenMilp, Clerk. Rest in the city for the money. U. 11. Siultli, Attoruej. ll.irtioru Court coiiv'jnes first Mond.ic.' iu eath apeciut aneniion iu mi: ihih-iiumouth. on the Quarterly Court Utigliia month. first .Montiay iu Court ot Callus Convent's first (Tuesday In Januaiy and first Tutsi- day in October. Other County OffitcrsC. S. KI.2.-.nnilS1.- I st a still furtlnr reductiun in elm ncction m h thu publuaticn. Special Offer to Our Readers (or CoUttt' at lenanitiii' the .rri dnnani'rraia.i) cuiati. wcltavcittadr tl nf price n publication oaeli our ear iter it and our Tln it a linnir I dr the price u! C ultcr an J must Ictalen advantage oil run. 1 lm'ttir What You Get n ColWt mi mart u. Collier's i the cw Inc. independent. fefl i olr rounlrj. Nut nil mf yol th eitir n't handlici'k tuit it i dm a in" f .r the hote Ijnuly. Amrnnhe uLciiptiun 11111 we that a year f" " ...... 1000 TditorUlt QOO Newt Photot eir 250 Mvort ISO Slmit Sturir. 100 llluitratrd fraturet 2 Cumplclo NircU Artleli .Mo-lo- Colli r's Hartford $2.50) Republican J f""3' J) Tom llines, Asm'ksui-- , Ulaton, Ky.. Ozna Shulta, bupeilu-teniiinHartford, lJr. A. U. Ull; T. 11. Ut'iitun Coromr, Hartford; I 1). Survejor, No. .2; Koilsvllk, Ky., K Z U t, Uoad ,5fc$Hsk,'if.H UtiKlneer, ix'ti,, .,rJ ; j. .fs . '., .fc"? .S$P?tv:t .2.j&. fti.'.it ' : ' f, . i yr " i ; t- - " f C ,V? 2 ',," i to 9 i - . ""J I .1 . -- ?'tMl Aa rtwai'fT;rTT.7' fyi5l'Jj5!ife itQ5.k&. ' II. Vf3lTvt fe " t, s i m Liu Kviiutiii ui ,uv .. VrtiwrinwiK. nftmuaril Now YnrK iJ .,,- - t.i. i m i,a nrosontP.l to Wv. IH .. w ciniv cits on tho thiitl crr.ten.try ,," 5 it louiiditii! and will bo placed In bt C I 114 ,..-..- ? -- " . w -- " - itf AVjl &'BS' iZ ' TF, 'Sv7'PiWa ! on thf .Mark's o'suo fU.n? is . unrd Hnwcrv The luibt was cast ic ci'inly In 1! lmm i... ..n,nini .lA.fltkull.ll nf ttlft HlTMir.' S, Sacceed when ev ervthicR c!se f its. In nervous p'cs! rauon and fetnalu wraessts wry a e ino Gupreini.-luhave remed. as thousands ,,,-,- -, tciiificdi -- ,;-..-,-. , n"4 I f, J rwr tiwHisj,i.iwt;r,i"iw STOMACH TRGUDLE .iii.L... l.mnU tliat country. NOBLEMAN nnu.- - rnllni. I n SrasitraasHOKtxtsaMwsw i s the scat rrndiclns ever scm over a druggist o counter. jfWIKHII riM.OTJHrtT M;aH.latina,l..fi''WI atfragfcJV IN A of Brent Ilrltaln are thetnselvei to the new ordei 01 thliiB1. w heroin Ukv rapidly have taken the plnctM In n Rreat nianj walks of life vacated by the men In a London draper's bhop who have roiio in tho front. W MUn photngrapli the Klrls have tuken the idaees of tin men who itiinpobed tho lire brigade of tho 08Utl1llb.111.011l. DuriiiK the drills, whlili lire takiiiK pluee dally, they answer tho rail as ijulckl us did the male tuembeis and they nre as capable of handling the bote and nozzle iu a stubborn blaze as any malts fire fighter. WORKSHOP 1 WILL YOU 1. lM k Another It ttinitiulal to the Itict that tho women X&y.ftiu. v If ' l0MN.IikBS irtJklaWaaT '! Tin IfllM fef FREE aBk. LDfJiaaaaaVtr run-dow- n mk: w's af l Treatment for WEAK NBHFrTii LUNGS or CONSUMPTION HBHsHIHBBBSaa a laaaK ifP!M . S.JmWm I N :wfim f&9m I v j 5 you mention this paper we will send you 'a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for feeling, coughs, pains That tired, 'in chebt, night sweats, hemorrhages, weaic fJmi M 'lungs or consumption. OHIO MEDICAL CO. 10CKD-0X61- COLUMBUS, 0, --- !. tifaw- - jlr 1 oven og YCAns' v6&2&mm&,c XPERIENCC JLSl'lCKS' COL UTS. Id. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday ud .Monday In March, Tip sday :ti ai er d Monday In June. '1 er 3d Monday In Scpteuiln r, Tin da after .id Montiay In UeCAI.L PATTmNS I.. A. MeHanlel, Hockport, j'i 1.I.1 ft, tlmpllcitT tn Cc.lratcdlir tyle, aner uu .vionu.tv in .vitirrn, 'r'"-,x1- i m kvi k,u,iiijiuii w in nUi ud btite, anj cry , iy ,n tin after 3d MonUay iu June, ITIdaj' .a 1 i after Stl Monday In Suptoinboi , f ta..4.ii, or v mail iiireet. "ie "u "fc'L'' ,Jr - I. Friday after' IM Monday In aacLi.L.ri MAGAZINE any eitliei lisMon combiT. M 'e mhscrilx'ra tl Jn j S. W. Icacli, Cromwell. 'ediifdav t rn i,"i7inc million a nitlt. Iinjlualitc. J at (irtbtniaLiiie, iititllnery, after Ud Monday In March,, Wcl- - i cl iylts, jiittcri, iHCdleuuil.Jni'd i)am fccIn;,tjn y ni'Mlay after ud Monday in Jun ' J ctniuillr, rued nurm, ete. Only M) JljmHtafl WitliifKilnv nrttr .'!il Moii'il.iv 111 Soil- - ' vi r innttli auuUri. lurlurtirir .1 her iialttm. b- -i a.Bfc uday, ,y. wnd or ijii.,.ie teniber, Wednesday atttr id Mon-- f WONDEttTOL INDUCCUENTS Uy in December A ivt ,riniji premium eaUloijue . IV. lieiieiior, Li'iiwriuii, ri- rJ cw cash nr it ofT.. ,. Addrett urday after urd Monday In each tltt UcCAU. CO. f.i It :tS V. J7U SU NEW Yor- month. Wlnson Smltn, Select, Tuesday rt- -' after I'd Monday in March, TuohJio j I ftf! S iWE C-- O after I'd Monday In Mav. Tuwday 3 VSiSsi- a "& wa after 2d Monday In August, Tuts day after 2d Monday In November. Wad- Uuudeo. W. S. Dtan. nnsday after tho second Monday in ith March, wetlncbday arter M .Monday In May, Wednesday after ad Momla) In August, Wodnesday after -- d Mon. day In November. Hen F. Hire, Fondsvlllo, Tucaday PRICE tt FAR a tim . wit after 2d Monday In March, Thurs- y Trial Uotllo Free OLDS day after 2d Monday In May, Thunt-daAND ALL THROAT AND LUNQTROUDLES. after 2d Monday In August, Thursday after 2d Monday In No- I QUAIt ANTKED BATISFAOXOBYl vember. OR MONEY IlEFUNDEO. Den W. Taylor, Ilalph, Friday nft-o- r 2d Monday in March, Friday utU;r a'-or ua-da- y iJuii-iuhr-r- . 1 11 llarttard. !u '?'" I r.' M-- 111 , -- I - 'iwnK wo &wiuitj t.ilCt. - Br. ling's New Dissovsry OPUCHS 2d uSSLwWf'f V Jtv vSEMSiestf Men ot all ranks nro responding to tho call of Minister or Munitions and helping ' the roan ufueture of war supplies. The photograph ehowa Lord Norbury, ono of England's wealthiest noblemen, at the lathe In an aeroplane factory, where he has "taken a Job" which paya him aeveu pence an hour in order to encourage others. Lloyd-George Si L-- a A 13 u "1 k y bT 1 TnAce Anrons twirtlng a tVrlf n oim ,eicteriniMjn ninj ...a, &a. lam iMir ntlllll : ,i'iin."'"i Onniniiiilev r livSiulnTir ii Kruliatlr P "' tv.r i'n',f.'i ?iii iJeiit U. HAKOBOOIl on I'atcuu aitvii' J for eecutniir iaient. icnl Irra. Ol.letl ttniunh Wunu 4. Co. rveclre fateiita taktit ,u,tlrt. arlthout cfcarco. la the C0PVntSHT3 &c. DCSICN3 Marks MaaalaikaaaA'aaaaaaaMSaSaaaaHaaaH .! UK Americana scki i raV(tVBin-Urt- M bjmi ywwawwrj. 'rrnil. jittfcit etr. tl A .Jl"- - " "IKf tiaiaintiain - - " Fogle. City Attorney; J. I Stevens, Marbbal; Court convenes seconld Monday In each mouth. City Council J. C. Her. Mayor; It. T. Collins, Clerk; J. K. Bean, Treasurer. MomUers of Council J. C. Iton-net- t. Capt. A. D. White. A. B. We W. II. Qlllesple, W. II. Darnea, C. M. Crowe. Hartford Doard Bducatloa J, Ii f. Caraon, Ch'm'D.; C. H.tt.Barnett,s, T. Sec; E. W. Ford, Trea; J. O. Davit. Col-Urn- Monday in May, Friday after 2d Monday In August, Friday artcr 2d Monday In November. HAIITFOIIU l'OUCE COUIIT. O. C. Martin, Judgo; MeUowell A. "jbilVii cctirrUa. uc in. art Jtiuli.tu J.rrrtftH l PROCURED AND OerENDE ;O(buiMlniu0el,l I ialu,.ivl.Ktu.iiirc jrtKaiiU iiiul rrr ri4,-ttn Jkt, h to tXAun iHiUa.Uk trnJe uwiAt,! 'u'l.lto cotlKTRICS. a;ti tlnl,t Um I lit njava' ltrt, aaar CilU SUUrC. WftSWIrtOTON. Dt Pattntind l.ifilnrtmtnt Prictlca Exttuilvcl. VYrtoor cum t ct at OOta, I fj JUDGIENT ON ' ""t PCIfJT? Lr n Children Cry for Fletcher's Recent Dccimons Ar Mm oi More o. ELY . cral Impt Tho rlplit of a pTtn, Injured In a f'jr tic negll- bwuikIiik noor to r Renco of atiOLiitr ct.... ii r ii.,alntt tlio proprietor oi a Hton .i.is jjdi heen piiHiiCtl on by tlm x.i u.iii judicial cou.t ol ...aj-uchu. in Smith vs. Joluuon 'ilio lulu held that whoro plaiiulft, lu cnlcrltiK dciuiidants' store through n swinging door, put out her hat.tl to guard her lace from tho door, which va3 swlnslng In her direction, and It wna crushed between the door u lla-bi- ABOUT I - . '"Mid have died If i hadnf G&m ..uiin: luu HiKuniuro or iiiauo under Ills nrr- -, 1 ttTvl.MlMi since its infancy. miii'tv jhi unn illlilM'iUVn Vitu in IT In All Counterfeits, Iniltiitloiw nnd tl ' an- liufc lufI"uJ'"?IJWlJ!.aglil.mll,M, ....,, ... ii hum ui-o-ii !,; - Fill II'- ti ir'ilng V up, - ",TiiNt-u.s-goo- Is Pare-Kr- c, for Drops nnl Sootlil- n- Sniis. Castor Oil, it U pleasant, it contains neither Opium, iUorpliino nor other Snrrotlc xiibsUineo. Its ngo is lis yuiirantco. it destroys A onus ami allays leverlsliness For nioro than thirty years it lias been in constant u j for tlio relief of )iistlpation, llatuleney, A liul Coll , all Teething Troubles unit JMiirrlitra. It regulates tin? Stomach ami liow Is, !!;. "i!!'!!'."" ihn Foo,, K'vlntr hcnlthy ami n::-ra- l bleep, alio ChllUrcn'.s PanaccH-T- ho Mother's I'ricml. What is CASTORIA Cnsforla a harmless snlistltufo GENUINE - CASTORIA ALWAY JS (aTuiJUi In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought jBears the Signature of and tho jamb, defendants wcro not such door being in good condition nnd HlmUar to thoso generally used, and thcro being no such crowd as would require tho keeping of a door man. A similar ruling lias been made In Now York stitte by tho nppellnto second dcpurtincnt, by n majority vole, In Pardlngtnii vs. Abraham where the prevailing opinion snlil: "Tho proof shotted that similar duont, with springs of tho name or greater strength, are In use nt numerous liku establishments In the borough of Manhattan. Thcro does not appear to be anything about their construction or operation to itinko them dangerous to the customers of a department titore, provided ordinary atid reasonable cure Ik exercised in ihe'lr 1130. That It Is possible to tiso thrui so as to Injure others is this very accident; but carelessness lu the use of any form of door may Indict Injur upon one who happens to bo sulllclently near it. No doubt the plaintiff has been the victim of a lamentable accident, but it is attributable, as It seems to me, not to any fault of the defendants, but rather to tho hasty carelessness ol a third pen-oover whoso movements and conduct they had no control." y ' prnbnbly f' tuberculoEls In fo1 The dnatli ratn fri "i tub' almost threo thnrc Mint aim whites. Thco arc grave f"cfs nnd cvim derp anxiety to the Intelligent Indian and to tho frlcnda of tho race. Some hold pessimistic views looking to its early extinction; but these are not warranted by tho outlook, for, In spite of the conditions named, the last three censuses show a slight but con tlnunus Increase In the total number of Indians. Nor Is this Increase among mixed-blood- s alone; the Indians are also increasing In numbers. This Indicates that the laco has reached and passed the lowest point of its decline, and is beginning slowly but suro-l- y to recuperate. nnd abotif "V" Stat'-are su' serious nnd c s Fror Cardui, I wa and all three bottles re 'nd grew 1 t- 'r.tli3, t- so muc felt like a "n kIiojji iher." out 'he tor 1 i. i '. prosit. ( .i nen mis heat';, u dtid ams scarcely ab walk no. .t Could not do any of n.v housework. I also had dreadful pains in my bnck d and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would "come on me, I would have to give up and lie down, until it wore off. I was certainly In a dreadful state of health, when 1 finally decided to try Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly u' h purely vegetable and gcnUc It rcdicnts have a mild, tonl on h.i womanly constitution. O? dul makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the ner-system, and helps to make pals, saliow checks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a mlllioa weak women, during the past 50 .years. It will surely do for yoit, what it na done for them. Try Cardui today. Write to: Chattanooga Mrdidne Co., la to vloryDept., ChaManooii. Trnn., for SiHciaX on jnur rase ard bock, "Hoeaa Trtainent for wonun," ten! In Dlaln witoou. 1 ws .'' ADDITION TO WAR'S tfORRORS American Claims to Have Invented a Shell Capable of Scattering Molten Steel. A new type of projectile which would scatter a white-ho- t mixture of molten steel over the object of attack and at the same time permeate, the atmosphere with n deadly gas, which would make It impossible for fire fighters to approach, lias been Invented by John Hays Hammond, Jr., according to a statement made by him. This new missile, he says, may soon appear In the European war. The mlssllo is designed for use in siege guns, as an aid in destroying towns and dirigible balloons. Mr. Hammond explained that the projectile carried an alumlnothermic mixture which, five seconds after the projectile was discharged, would turn the steel inside t u white-ho- t mixture at a temperate of .",100 degrees Fahrenheit. When the projectile hits the target, the Inventor said, it explodes, its white-ho- t contents setting firo to whatever Inflammable material It strikes. To avoid the possibility of quenching the Humes, Mr. Hammond said he had equipped the projectile With a chamber lllledkylth hydrocyanic acid, the fumes of which are deadly. The inventor is a son of tho famous engineer, John Hays Hammond. Ho invented wireless control of sub- marine torpedoes. INTRODUCE A NOVEL SPORT Starck Pianos No Money in Advntico SnliNfno tiou Guiir a u t o il LowcnlNet I n c t ory 1 V. Society Girls Sit in Chairs and Cast Their Hooks for Goldfish In Hotel Fountain. cane, a piece Qf thread nnd a bent pin, together with bread crumbs for bait, form the basis of a novel Indoor sport Introduced at an exclusive Pasadena hotel by two society girls. The goldfish in the fountain which graces the big lobby of the hotel form the prey, although to date there have been no serious casualties among the finny beauties. To sit comfortably In a big Morris rhalr In the lobby of a palatial hotel and nt Jho same time enjoy all tlio delights dear to the followers of Izaak Walton Is quite a nmelty, declare the girls, who make a great sport of liir- . Iiik the fish to "(lol.lllsh are fun to angle for." siys Miss Marlon lenders, who, with Miss Kdua Walsh, introduced tho odd sport. ''We don't care to eat them, though. bo any we catch we put hack. It's great fun, don't you think?" It certainly is, declare the prominent eastern guests, who were Interested spectators of the novel llshlng. 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BoITa:ii fw Itbsa-- t IVU ta l'nU tirSStag nt ii Clallam! Ian4 Uuilalo utt cooTfor Oaranifuacn un our Huraai. AjU i: II. jonr Uclit oceut lor tie"iM x ' a.-llotrfJt t. etio-- I Iwli . rmulf'l'rirlim.tUinalria-i'lr- t AUi u.k ot nm cvn'4 i cotvr puiuja enj ru-li-- i:. I.hlp "SIlUAhDni'I." na.t on rn l f r wit c fc ini UUi'fALO TUAWatf - CO.. CUroland. Q'a jfc e. moss Ithos. Decorator t Plasterer, t X i Contractor. and tit r.ir'firimn nxneriuiico with best of workmen, andean ivo any reference dosiro.l. Cull mo on Hartford Mill Co., 'pliono, or address mo at Hartford, Ivy. 1 atV v BOTH Army Nurse's Bravery. .Mile. Korkccuah, a Russian Sister of Mercy, has been decorated by tho Russian government for bravery. She The Old and the New. was working In a Russian field hospiInventions have n remarkable knack tal lu tho neighborhood of Soldau, of repeating themselves. Among tlio Kast Prussia. When tho Germans atmore interesting patents for 1914 Is tacked the position of the Russian a specification for a wheclless motor troops Nurse Korkccuah remained all car, propulsion being by means of nlono in tho hospital tending tho alternately lowered wounds of private soldiers and off- The Republican and Louisville Herald skids, which are , .? o and raised. In tlij early days of icers. Although the hospital was alhistory many inventors did not ready In the center of the sphere of The Rkithlican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at 1.75 believe that sufilcieut adhesion was tho enem's lire, Mile. Korkeenah to be attained by a smooth wheel boldly came outside, procured 1.60 a num- The Republican and Home and Farm operating on a smooth rail, nnd weird ber of horses, harnessed them, found and wonderful were tho devices for several vehicles, and, with the aid of The Republican and Inquirer 1.76 overcoming this supposed defect. Ono the slightly wounded men, lifted tho Ingenious engineer went so far as to patients into 360 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald design a contrivance In which jointed them away to tho vehicles and drovo a place of safety. 3.50 metal bars worked up aud down on The uepublican ana JLany uwensooro inquirer tho rails after tho fa3hlon of a horse's Twiee-a-Wee- k And That Spoiled It. O'boro Messenger 1.75 legs, and thcro bccius to bo a certain The Republican and Douglas Fairbanks went to a social adinlty between this device and tho affair tho other night, and an admirI 1,7$ motor car referred to above. The Republican and Kentucky Farmer,,,. ,,,..,., ing woman cornered him. "Oh, Mr. Fairbanks," she said, "jour Wonders of the The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 acllng Is wonderful." by The dlsiovery of the "Thank you." ho replied. Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 Roentgen may bo fairly consid"It's marvelous how jou bring out The ered one of the moat wonderful emotions." Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 achievements of tho nineteenth cen- tho differentyou appreciate my work." The "I'm glad tury It Is today, as It was found by "Yes, indeed, you are a great actor." him In 1S95, tho samo mysterious, un"You aro Indeed complimentary." seen, but positive force, a species of "And do you know," tho woman ratenergy without it domicile electrical tled on, "I have a llttlo and needing no conductor, a form of light passing through closed doors, in- son at home who acts exactly Uko you visible itself, and yet lighting up cer- do." tain substances with a halo of glory Child Research Work. ami radically changing and decomposTHE Miss Klizabcth Mooro of St. Louis, ing others. Rlvnling the sun In actinic L1V-VE- R SEWING power, and writing its autograph with who Is a member of tho children's buMA "iNE au unseen hand, It is truly called tho reau department ol h government, , or unknown ray. OF has returned to Saginaw, Mich., to continue her Investigations In regard QUALITY. to the womon of the lumber camps Russians' Coppers of Soup. Prince Oldenburg, head of tho ilus-sla- n and health of tho children. Miss Julia lied Cross service, has perfected I.athrop, head of tho children's bureau, NOT an Invention based on tho thermos ordered Miss Mooro to Indianapolis SOLD llask principle that has saved mauy shortly after tho holidays to assist UNDER Knch field in making preparations for a child lives on tho battlefield. ANY hospital has two hugo coppers of a welfare exhibition to ho given In that OTHER city. Miss Mooio was there ten days joint capacity of 200 gallons, and a NAME. Feelrlght all tho time. Don't lay off gargantuan vessel ou tho thermos boforo returning to her regular work. from work for days by taking calomel prlnclplo, nil mounted on wheels. Tho keeps yo when pleasant WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Studies American Methods. tinnri nrnnnrnil In fhn rnnnprn flllii thn on your feet, whilo relieving your troubHyou purcbaao tho NUW 1IOMK ou will le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't ' A journey of 40,000 miles, at an thermos vessel, and then tho coppers prepare another supply and hot nour- - expense of $5,000, for tho purpose of have a llfu ussct nt the rrlce you pay, nnd will tako anything else. You caa't afford not have an euulesi chnln of repairs. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses (sysIshment ran bo provided for 1,500 studying methods of agriculture, will tem and relieves constipation. A natbrought la bo tho lecord of Professor S. Mcinten tho moment they aro Quality ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura tosh, commissioner of irrigation for from tho Held, in its cITect and certain in tcsults. It South Australia, when he has returned Considered x will won't be long before Lio- to his homo. Ho has passed two weeks For Lovers of Birds. completely displace calomel in evcri it is the once, to make uomo bird in Chicago conferring with other IrriStart at home. Children enn tako it freely anl houses Try scattering a fow about gation leaders, and Incidentally buywith perfect safety. Every bottlo guarCheapest anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles. Nona tho premlsea and enjoy the neighbors ing $100,000 worth of machine''). in the end genuine without tho likeness and sljna that will move Into them, One of the lure of L. K, Urigbby. For sulo by His Intent. most pleasing soiiRRters that may easto buy. - Hartford, Ky licking your ily bo attracted to n homo uear tho J. II. WILLIAMS, "See how that dog, is house, is tho wren. A very small openhand." If you want a acwlne machine, write for our Intent ruUlok'ue before you purcluue. "1 supposo ho wants to stamp me ing should be mado In IU house to prevent other birds from Using it. with hU upproval." The N:w Home Sewing Marline Co., Orange, Mass. Kr min In tn- 'urk a no,t raed U Dr itll.a Aim J'jlu 1'llU. magazines. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE THE 1IAIITFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, ONE VKAK FOR ONLY $2.75. OUR CLUBBING RATES. loco-motlv- Twice-a-VeekOwensbo- ro Tro-fess- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. USE X-- NEW LAX HOME For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. Ver-La- - .1 ABOLITION OF OFFICE who volunteered for this treatment dermatitis six developed n typical nervous gastro-lntcstlnal (cereal) diet. Of eleven convicts LATEST WAR NEWS trlans and Germans have mado further advances, while in the region of AmUro-Hungarla- symptoms. Experts, Including Or. E. It. Galloway, tho Secretary of the Mississippi Board's Agents Would Supervise 3tnte Hoard of Health, Or. Nolan Stewart, formerly Superintendent of Natoinal Banks Other tho Mississippi State Hospital for the Insano at Jackson, Dr. Marcus Hause, Suggested. Changes Professor of Dermatology, Medical jT y bbwX' . College-- of tho University of Tcnncs-,ceTcnn., and Dr. Martin Memphis, Washington, Nov. lfi. Aliolltlon II Engman, Professor of Dermatology olllco of controller of tho Curof the the Washington Medical School, rency, which has direct supervision ill dls-as- e 3t. Louis, Mo., declare that the over the operation of all national was produced was true which iKinkn, was proposed today to the Hoard by the Ad- pellegra. Federal Reserve of l'rior to the commencement visory Council, created by the Feder-.- il no history could be iict to advise the board on experiments reserve of pellagra on matters of Importance to the reserve found of the occurence On this farm j banking aateni. The rccoinincnda-tlo- n the penitentiary farm. meeting at- are 75 or 80 convicts. Governor was adopted at n ' Earl Ureter offered to pardon twelve I tended by. nine of the twelve niem-li.-vote If of the convicts who would volunteer of the council anil the They were asunderstood to have been unanimous. for tho experiment. receive proper care Later It was discussed briefly by the sured they would the experiment, mid Itself, though no action was throughout hoard treatment should It bo necessary. tu'tcti. council recently was ashed to Tho diet was bountiful and more The &I1 111 Ji II WIIJT1I 'i t difsubmit to the board suggestions as than sutllclent to sustain life. It confered from that given the other to legislation to be urged upon at the coming session, and to victs merely the absence of meats, AND WE "PRICE" OUR. SHOES LOW WHEN this task today's meeting largely was milk, eggs, beans, peas, and similar In every other fi voted. It Is said the members proteid food3. WE MARK THEM. SHOES MAY the convicts selected for the agreed that the olllce of Controller hlng necessary in Ahierlca In order retreat of the SerSerbia. had been made unnocesary by the experiment were treated exactly as she should let all the world hit THE SAIAE AND YET. NOT BE THE JAME--NO- T establishment of the reserve system were the remaining convicts. They bian forces in the South Is still In pro know that she Is propnied to maln-ia- i work and dis- gross, llerlin declares that the Ik-and that there was hound to be du- had the same routine own great poMt'nn Is that BY A WHOLE HIDE FULL. have been thrown back along plication of work since examinations cipline, the same periods of recreathe real voire of the i.atlon should tion and the same water to drink. tho whole front, and that the Ger- sound forth unmistakably and fti maof national banks, one of the princiTHE LEATHERJ UJED IN MAKIN6 THEM e, Their quarters were better than mans and Bulgarians are advancing jestic volume, In the deep unison of pal functions of the Controller's The from the Southwn Morava. In the may be conducted by agents of those of the o'her convicts. common, unhesitating national feel- - I i AND THE WAY THEY ARE MADE HA S ALL captured the the reserve board at the request of a diet given them consisted of bUcuits. South tho Serbians lug. I do not douT.t that upon the gravy, town of Tetovo, but later tho Uureserve bank. An alternative proposal fried mush, grits and brown upon the llrst oppor-- 1 ilr.U ocoasslon, To Do .WITH THE WEARING QUALITY OF was made that If tho olllce be not syrup, corn bread, cabbage, sweet lgarians are reported to have retaken tunlty. upon the first definite dial-- ' coffee it. abolished, the examination of mem-he- r potatoes, rice, collards and will speak forth in lenge. that vo'ce 5HOE.S. banks, including national banks, with sugar. All components or the tones which no man can doubt and Tuesday. should be. made In the future exclu- dietary wero of tho best quality and with cotniuands which no man dare WE STAND BEHIND EVERY PAIR OF 5HOE.S sively by examiners of the board. were properly cooked. As a prelini- - England V'inston Spencer Chtir-hgainsay or resist." con- - m, who has been held personally re There have begu reports for some innry, and to determine If the Alton sympathies take various forms i WE .SELL. time that an effojf? would he made to vlcts were afflicted with any other sponsible for the loss of Hear Adnitr iiid directions. They do not neces- tt.. on- - , ai Cra.ldocKs licet in ine u,, abolish the office"!)!' Controller or to disease, they were Kept miner oxc,uslvcv , war ,,c. Antwerp expedition and the . curtail its power, and it is under- servatlon from February 4th to April fj aMiom. There are stood that several members of the ath. two and a f months, on which initiation of naval attacks on the Par- oihcr nlcH svmnathU,8 For cxanillo dandles, delivered a speech in hjt,10s(. wh,ch"ncluntw tlie training., hoard would not he opposed to such date the one sided diet was begun. Although the oqcurrence of ner- - own defense In the House of i change. !inri ,.,. iculnir oi the also vous svmptoms and gastro-intosiinnions. In every case ho showed that Underwood Free-Trad- e The council recommended, Tariff bill. nthendment of the reserve act to per- disturbances was noted early, it was experts had counseled and concurred measure was a positive and unmis-- . mit member banks to subscribe to not until September 12th, or about before any of the expeditions wire; p.suiiic euuiotiiuieui ui .mt-i;iiii.i-- I 'he stock of joint branches in for- five months atter the beginning of untltrtaken. thles. It was specifically designed; INCOUPOWATCI), diet, that the skin eign countries particularly South and the or tho benefit of foreigners. Its (U- -' Intimation thai ,i1nr li ntiKiiien i'ici tit nk'n Pimr itil Central America; to permit national symptoms so charactlstie of pellaicrii The Balkans. x.ts v 0 KJ fv. MUM IUItif, hanks to open branches In cities in began to develop. These symptoms Greece will dlaann any Entente tiance to foreign products compet- - troops aeeking refuge in that conn- Hit United States and to permit mem are considered as typical, every pre( the eii'a- itli and displacing "being taken to make srr try has caused much unensiirexs , licr hanks to count Federal reserve r.Mliti.ts of Am.rlpiin ltihnp :ind ... . n..t .i..... t..n,. lint i'inivl lv nnv nmniir the Flntimto l'mvers. and adds!.indiistrv. Several other notes as reserve. ..v.v i; ... iN.i-- . ;iv:'SrrrAi.gwre'i , considered of minor impor- other disease. The convicts upon significance to Field Marshal Kltch-prewion of alien oners visu 10 ivinens. ine imemu sympathies had the desired effert. In win tance were advanced. whom the experiment during the winter. protltibly ix run on grain fields, There was a general discussion of made, rs well an twpnty other con- - Ministers have demanded that Greece the ten months of the Free-Trad- e III. Young and growing stork to nieudow , nnd pasture before snow quests from the board for opinions vicls who were selected as controls, deJine her attitude In the event that prior to the outbreak or the Kuro- ri I be retained o'i how to reduce the existing wre kept under continuous medical allied troops are forced to' retreat in- - pean war it was increasing the vol- summer. on lie farm the following arrives, but oono'iitrntes must con stltute much of their ration alter outNo cases of pellagra to Greece. in loans and how to.guurd aurvelllance. ume of competitive imports 'at an ' ' .1 lu Class I mny be Included nil inn - hlo field are closed for winter. arainst evil effects that may bo ex- lil.'Vi.'iUJJi.-"- i I.. ititi' nviiOllllim ......... in ...v... i.i.i'niin .immioalarming rate. It hud put three pected to result In the financial inter- those men who were on the restrict- ltus'.a. Itus'dan troops have been million American workmen out ut Hire live stock held on th- - tan'r. Hoots, chopped alfalfa hay, apples, ' ests of this country following the Eu- cd diet. Tho experimenters have driven across the Ttyr 1th er and their jobs. Then c.vr." the war. It. either for breeding purposes, future "'"I waste products of the dairy and ropean war. therefore drawn the conclusion that forced to retreat to their original po- some measure the inflow of compet- work, or finishing lor 'market the household will do much toward keeping down the cost of their winter pellagra has been c.uiaed in nt leai.t sitions after four weeks of fighting, itive imports was checked by war following summer. Vann Vov Sale. six of the eleven volunteers us a re- according to an official statement embargoes on commerce and trans- - i In Class II may he .Included work feed. In fact, nny products that will Eighty acres of good luud contain- sult of the one sided diet on which given out by the Austrian army head- portatlon. In some measure Anieri- - horses, cows producing 'milk, und substitute for the forages and grasses in the field, which l'eedH are so , quarters. ing dwelling, barn and other out- they substituted. can labor and industry were helped stock being fattened for market or essential to the conditioning of brood On the basis of this discovery, the buildings, situated on Hartford ami But the alien conditioned for sale during the win- sows, by war export orders. can well be used. Wednesday. of Mississippi, Louisiana and Itockpurt road. Well ami spring on States sympathies, manifested In tho Under- ter months. Concerning the feed for stock inCharges of IncompeEngland. Church and schoolliouse near. Florida have laid their propaganda e In Class HI may be Included all Tariff law remain wood cluded In Class II MUli- - need bo price, terms, etc., call or address through their respective boards of tence und neglect of work on the part in evidence. They are on record. Voi young and growing stock ou the said. It Is a fact well known that UAKNETT & SO.V, Agts. health for the eradication of the dis- of the British staff in France wero Again transposing the President's farm. horses at work renulre hnth mm' made in the House of Lords by Bar- meaning with regard to alien sympaKy. ease. Hurtford, J4tf The big saving in the winter feed ,lmr fml. Thu ,1Cy,must receive o-Ho said many lives o--o on St. Davids which we have bill can be made with Class I. This thies in the form of If their work Is done. To furnish I'nlillc Health Service Hiscnei'.sCaii-Kentucky Game Iiv. had been sacrificed by the muddling, spokenthat of giving to foreigners does not mean that animals of this . many men living AikI Cure of reliant lawful to Kill Squirrels, June and alleged that underselling Ameri- class should be permitted to come the dairy cow with rations not inthe privilege of tended to meet the demands Announcement was made at the 15 to Sept. 15; Nov. 1.1 to Feb. 1, at headquarters could not get down can labor and Industry In the Amerithrough the winter. ' Bather than upon her system by the milkmade today that as Doves. Aug. 1. to Feb. 1, Quail or to their nlllcus early in the morning sho Treasury Department Is, we feel sure, consider such a practice, It would be can market there gives would defeat the purpose for u result of continued research and Pheasant (native), Nov. 15 to Jan. because they played brfdgo so late no room for doubt that upon the first far better to sell the stock In the fall. which she Is kept. Equally certain experiments of the Public Health 1, Unbblts, Nov. 15 to Sept. 15. at night. occasion the elections of 19 1G It is meant, however, that they can would tho stinting or the ration of Service, both' the cause and the cure Open SeaFederal Uegiilatlons the real voico of tho nation "will and should be maintained ou the fattening bteers or hogs fall lo make of pollagra. have been discovered, son Migratory Birds for Kentucky,) Sci Ida. ThoFrench nro reported speak forth In tones which no man cheaper feeds. Knughages, supple- them ready for the Christmas markand that the spread of the dread ma- Wiltl Duck, Wild Goose, Oct. 1, to to havo defeated 30,000 Uulgarians can, doubt and with commands which mented by a small amount of con- - et. As tho food renuirement for lady which has been increasing in the Jan. 10. Halls, Coots, Gallinules, on tho Cerna Illver. Tho Hulgar- - no man dare gainsay or resist." That conirnwu ton meat or gram, are in 1'nited Sulci at a terrific rale dur- Sept. 1 to Dec. 1. Woodchuck, Nov. I ians have been strongly That favor lor thorn. Give the horses. . 1Mo different classes of live stock Is what is going to happon. , n nutu.p (f conimon kIOHo Serbia, ing the past few years. may now bo to Jan. 1. Shore Birds, Jacksnlpes, both in Central and Southern voice will bo heard at tho polls on cattle, and sheep access to cut-ovstocUn,01, u,muns on,v .. "becked ami eventually eradicated. Yellow Legs. Black Breasted Plover, anil arc attempting a flanking move- - the llrst Tuesday In November, 1910. grain fields and straw stacks, mead that It is provided in abundance. Assistant Secretary Newton in charge Sept. 1 to Dec. 10. Cranes, Swans ment against tho Serbians at Bauna On that day and date tho American ows, wooded lots, and pastures. Wlth Class IH.tho young and growf tho Public Health Service, express- J aid smaller bhoro birds protected Pass, thereby endangering Prilep and electorate will express Its Judgment sheep may have access to ing stock, most costly Horses and ed, groat Interest in the discovery ami .until Sept. 1. 1D1S. Shooting pro- - Monustlr. mistakes in sympa- husked-ou- t regarding alien Free-Trad- e In certain reeding occur. A cornfields. full realization of rrgardH it iv, one of the most impor- hibiteil between sunset and sunrise. thies. 1ofb(s or cattlu have sections where the ract that cheapest' and most rap-I- d Thursday. tant tichloveiiuiuts of medical science IiiKectivorous birds protected Indefibeen experienced In tho past from the gains In live stock aro made with In recent yeur. Wa r Council. An Allied Doctor's Olllce and Dwelling for Sale; Paris nitely. cornstalk disease farmers roiiiitfiT aniiniils should do much to 1'ullagr.i has been increasing Wo havo listed tor calo two acres should consider I'lihiMful to Kill Stpilrrels, Fob, war council has boon formed. It Is this fact before ward obviating losses to thrm!ngly throughout the United i to June 15. and from Sept 15 to composed of members of the .. Frunch. good ground containing doctor's of- turning fanners . .. cattlo Into such cornfields. through Insuincleiff' dwelling, all necessary Stated during the last eight years, Nov. 15. Unlawful to kill Babbits and British Cabinets ami us nrsi fice, As tbo' winter advances, open tho feeding of such animals. 2 wells water, 1 cistern The fail,'tid It is ualinatod that 7.",000 cases wu gun. Siit li. to Nov. 15. Quail, meeting has been held In Paris. Tho to shelters, feed racks, and ure to put gains on In the con - 'an,i orchard. Splendid location for bars cit the diw.ar.0 will have occurred In unlmnls during Pheasant, Wild Turkey, unlawful to members will grain troughs. the growing period Intended for tho Dulled Straus In 191.'. uud of buy. sell or offer tor salo at any duct of tho war, as proviously an - physician. Nono within a radius ol Corn nllago will bo invaluable at them by unturo can not be corrected It flV0 miles. Kasy terms to righ thi number at least 7500 will have time; unlawful to catch or kill by uouueed by Premier Ascuulth, and this timo, especially for cattle and by copious reeding at any later time. died before tho oml of the year. In 'mean of a net, trap, or box, or lis oxpected that Ilussla and Italy will party. Call on. or address sheep. Keep tho feed rackii filled Their growth has been stunted, and many hecllous only tuberculosis mid pnure or hne in possession after so bo represented In an early date. UABNKTT &. SON. Agts., ( with corn stover, hay, and straw, but raroly will they fully recover from Hartford. Ky. puutimonlu exceed It ns a cause of taken. 1uf Unlawful t o cutch or kill do not bo wasteful In the feeding. o-- s tho earlier setback. Kven Cieoio. The attltudo or Greeco when death. 'unyKnglHh Blng Neck or Mongo- The amount or grain to put In tho they do It It Is costly practice to put Winter Cave or Kinds. g uxpurimout ll.in l'hoasant. Unlawful to trans- - and tho situation in tho Balkans, are The liual ' Tho fall season Is hero and with trough can not definitely bo given. growth and llesh on a stunted anioi the public Health Servico was enr- ' port by mall or In any manner any giving the Bntento Powers much con teem, it Is hoped diplomats of theso It approaches tho winter feeding Tho same should vary tu accordance mal, as emnpiiiod to what could havo oled uut ut the farm ol the Mississ- ' Wild Turkey, Quail, or Pheasant, or ippi Statw Penltontlary about eight torvcti . or transport unloss ac- - powers will bring tho Greek King problem. It Is timo to consider what with scverencss of winter and con- been done when he was iu a healthy coinpanled by hunter. Ha Mis or and Government to a deflnlto decls - feed can most profitably bo used. dition of stock. This Is n point tlmt and vigorous condition. mile oust of Jackson, Misn., ami Grains will bo high and should bo red can only bo decided in tho feed. lot. But it Is not necessary that young with the previous work of the the fur of wild nnitnala may bo ship - Ion of the futttro Greek policy. judiciously, ..ni.-i i ino nunc oi uio ieeu To penult tho stock to go entirely stock ho red as are fattening anii -- .... .Service completes the chain in the JK'U ilk .111 Ml!--- , "Ml concentrates ut this time mals. Walch their feed troughs Govern-- , used for wintering stock should be without Kngland. The British prevention and cure of the disease. mining the bodies or parts therein ' glvltiK ment has placed a limited embargo mado up of roughaRes ironi tho farm. would bo a grave mistake, and in all and seo that all of tho daly rations The work at the Mississippi Farm must be distinctly marked, ' make Impossible the are consumed. Small amounts or concentrates, led probability Do not feed them la ') been in charge of Surgeon Joseph content- - of package and atldret of on Greek ships in British ports. wounded soldiers wero, dally with theso reedb, Miiako com- - task of bringing It to spring .feed In excess, but make certain they ure Nearly 100 Goldhcrger and Assistant Surgion G. ;sllp,)rr vigorous condition. contented after each feeding. l.U'OHse. Sco A. Wheeler of the United Status Pub-li- e License entitles holJer drowned oii the British hospital ship paratlvely cheap rations entirely a hculthy and a mine In mld- -j sultablo to certain classes or llvo Such a condition Is Imperative In the that tho exercise lot Is used dally and HtMltli Service. The Farm conto hunt In oil counties or tho State Anglla, which struck of breeding animals and essen- that clean wnter, is provided. uld Tho sists of u20Q acres In tho center of I but if you do not havo permission ' chunel. A collier rushing to.in,.... struck stock. .nil1'l,lAII.D 1,1 0 11 111 fi. Vt'lll. case . I 1.....I 1.... ....!. tial for feeders ir best results aro to failure to feed young stock properly you may a nuno anu. win buhu. o r. " v.'ieh s tho convict camp. Tho final t iif i iw mvimr or mo ianu. may be di- be obtained. ter reeding from animals will open the way for future serious wpijriuienl whs undertaken for the he prosecuted. Huuters must carry saved 300 lives, The matter or reeding hogs, Invided Into three classes: . purpose of testing tho possibility of their license with them when hunt-- j troubles, and no stockman can ar- I. Mature animals not producing cluded In Class I, presents an entlro- tho In Serbia Ou Hattlefieils. Cnhiwful to set traDs on the' in healthy hu- ' intr producing pollagra ly different problem from that of tho ford lo encourage such a practice. , ! laud of anyone without permission. Teutonic allies are everywhere harry- - an Incomo during winter months. man white adult mules by a restrict-udII. Animals producing an Income other stock. It Is true that they may even during tho winter months Ing the Serbs. Iu the north the Aus mainly carho hydrate No license required or flshermeu. EONTROLLER PROPOSED and mild rs Con-Cre- ss par-.icu'.- ar have Slcnlca tho compelled the Montenegrins to evacMonday. Attempts The Italian steam- uate mountain positions. On The Hea-N- . ) tlio Teutons to cross the Dvlua by a subship Uoslna has been sunk by marine flying the Australian Hag. Illver below Dviusk were repulsed tho Russians wlillo to the west of and crew boarded The passengers .our lifeboats, one of which la miss- Dvlnsk the Teutons are declared to have been driven out of their ing. Tho Italian government has sent trenches. i note to the neutral Governments $100 Reward, $100 denying that the Ancona carried The readers of tills p.tpor will bo arms or "contraband, or that there pleased to lenrn tlmt there Is nt least ono tlrrmlod disease that science, lias been wero nny circumstances justifying the nhle to cure In nit Its stnnes, and that li H nil's Catarrh Is attack as a necessity of war. The Catnrrli. euro now known Cure the the only positive to medical Admiralty, on the fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional n disease, requires a constitutional treatoifcer hand, has Issued a statement ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon tho blood announcing that the Ancona had been and mucous surfaces of the system, there-b- ) destroying the foundation of the dls warned by one shot across her bow, case, and filxlnir tho patient strength by building' up the constitution and assisting but that she (led at full speed. nature in doing its work. The proprietors hnvn an much fnlth In Its curative nowthey Italy. Italy's entrance Into the era that case offer itOne Hundred Dollars ror nny rails 10 cure, acna inni Is Indicated, nc- - for list of testimonials. Balkan campaign V J CUKNKV A CO. Toledo. O. Addrrm: i cording dispatches, by to Salonlkl Sold bv nil Driicclits Tic Take Hallo Famllv IMlli for comtlpatlon. the arrival at that port of the Italian cruiser Piemonte. Tills cruiser bom Allen Sympathies. barded and destroyed the railroad Among President Wilson's well of cars station and n large number chosen words at the anniversary ban loaded with war munitions at quet of the Manhattan Cluh, Novemwny to Bulgaria, on her ber 4, were tho following: Salonlkl. "Those men who spenk alien sym again Austrian aeroplanes have pathies are not their spokesmen, but dropped bombs on Verona, Italy. aro the spokesmen or small groups Thirty persons were killed and forty-fiv- e whom it is high time that the nation Injured. should call to a reckoning. The chief Austro-HungarlaDedc-aghatc- h, OUR SHOES LOOK, FIT, FEEL AND WEAR WELL "i "LooK" Ser-ola- ol-k- ( j I .. ...... .. .(. ; lu-I- -- ,,.,., i CARSON a CO. 1 i Hartford, Kentucky. ca-tl- on sus-gstlo- I ih-hi- over-epunsU- m 1 - ' i ; ' t ( Free-Trad- I o- e I I upoch-niuklu- , er . i.i ,....... ...' -- ' ! ..... A ' uuiuh, t ""'"" ivi.m 1 11 V one-side-