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GIRL PRISONER against any Increase HAItTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., KltHHY, NOVEMBER 26, 1915. Ni.. 2L f In tho army anil Instruction was V. j tendent of Public OFFICIAL CUUNT HAPP.NESS SHATTERFD nuvy. R. PEACE THROUGH JO. Ollbcrt, Democrat, 210,352; P. Green, Republican, 207,552, maTho first public manifestation of BY Mil I) N ARREST IN ALL RACES jority of 2,700 for Gilbert. campaign congressional Bryan's Matt Cohen was honored with tho WILSON TWELVE YEARS against tho preparedness propaganda largest majority of any of the ofll-- l came today when members of tho clals", excepting Gov-house and senate received compll- - Old Charge is Brought Against Hamlett Files Injunction and crnor. no got the Lieutenant more! r,so:; votes mvutitry copies of an edition of his than William C. Ilanna, his RepubIs Declared There is Will Undoubtedly Held to Authorities t,a)or- - "votcci almost entirely to at Man Who Had Served lican opponent. The votes were: tacks on the administration pian. Cohen, 212.4C1; Ilanna, 20C.50S. Contest. Prison Term. Foundation for Rumor. Many of tho articles are signed by Pending Indictment. Ilryau. Kentucky .Should lluvo More Public Turn on tho light and lot tho llta tnn itiimu Tlinttinn uusiiuii vun fntinil tjiiiu see tho fraudulent character Health Nurses. Ky., Nov. i country Frankfort, 22. i iiuiimn t itnAilnii . Ford Asks President to Call Neut pretended patriotism Which Is of hootlocelnir five venrs ueu nntl The Uin iaiQ 10 De insane anil in ,,f d contest for tho nf Col. L. L. Maus. Secretary of the : ....,.. L : .... . V .. . . i... was j uiu tral Conference. Willing to uouiK inrmiuii ni'iuiu .i... wunuj sciucncca 10 uu uays in me ncc oj accrciary oi aiaic muicnniiz- - State Tuberculosis Commission wants State of Starvation as it men who claim a superior attach- - Grayson County Jail. cd shortly before midnight. to know what Is the matter with the Give Riches to Aid. ment to tho nation, but ure In fact. Uarksdale Hamlett, of Hopkins- - good women of Kentucky. He says After serving 252 days he was of Confinement. nothing but leeches and parasites." pardoned by the Governor. Tho vlllc, Democrat, secured an Injunc- - that there are less than twenty Thu elections of 191C ought to charge was brought by the State, tlon In the Franklin Circuit Court, health leagues In the State, where serve as a warning to the Democratic Locsdon's nardon was nartlally due restraining the State Election Com- - thorn slmnM ho isn. nr mm fnr London, Nov. 23. A dispatch to .. . I ' n '" -- i. v.r.m Iiarty." Dryan says In another article, to his perfect record as a prisoner. r.asion. .mo., mission from issuing the certificate county. The leagues in operation the Pall Mall Magazine from Berne Marshall, Imprisoned by her father alld t,cn aillls tliat tho Indorsement Leaving the GrayBon County Jiiil, of election to James P. Lewis, of are doing splendid work In their re- says: ceive years ugo as punishment for KV,, preparedness In Massachusetts, i.ogsdon came to Louisville, secured Whltesburg. Ro publcan. The total spcctlve counties, and are not only "There is declared to be undoubted attempting to eiope wmi a iii.iu m AM llot defeat thu party, "at a position with the L. & N. Railroad number of foundation for the report that Emvotes counted by tho rellevelnc hundred., of tho whom hu disapproved was discovered ,,.lHt fatlod to save It.' and tried to forget the past. He State Election Commission for Lewis but are saving the lives 'of untold peror William will make an open-- otby nn uncle visiting the home, who Taking sides with Majority Lead-bore- d married and his happiness knew no was 209,745, and the total vote for numbers to the State. Through ter for peace through President Wilsecretly through the wall be- - ,.r Kltcliln, who opposed the prcsl-twee- n bounds when ho became a father. Humlett was 209, G27. Lewis' major- - these health leagues a dozen visiting son after the Emperor's coming state her room and his. dent, llryan says: 'nurses at least have been permanent- - entry Into' Constantinople." After being a steady laborer and Ity was 118. Released through this uncle's up- jt s fortunate for the party and a cood citizen for four years, the Ford Confers With Wilsoa. The injunction was issued br tho iv nmninvori tn ntionri tho nnnr n,,,i peai to uiu auinoriiics, .wish .uurnuuii tlio country tnat tno Democratic united states Government unearthed Circuit CJcrk in the absence of the afflicted, many of whom are suffer-wWgWashington, Nov. 23. Henry only 57 pounds and hurdly leader Is too Well poised to be a wnrrnift it had for Logsdon for the Circuit Judge. ing from trachoma, hookworm ,pol- - Ford called on President Wilson tohnows how to talk. Her father, who 'shooed' Into the coop of the special Hani nltonse for which he was chare- . .croundM 1 or tho in function inm nH .WtlMUlU UbUl. .hiM, i OU day In support of the movement, tor The1 VU ,, MIWIS nU MIIU Tiud reported she was dead. Is being interests uy munuiaciureu scares. eii found guilty, sentenced and par- - I nre the counting of tho recertiflca- - prevalent everywhere and causes a neutral conference to attempt U held, with her Referring to printed articles show- - d0noa-- ),y the State. tlons of tho votes In Christian. Mc- - such an enormous loss of llfo each end tho European war and establish Iu the attempted elopement Miss lug how easily New York could be United States Deputy Marshal Creary' and Shelby counties. There-- rear to the State. Iiesldca tho union. a permanent peace. Hc told the Marshall, then 10 years old, Jumped ( mn(0 to pay tribute If attacked by a Howell was given the warrant to certified vote of Hart county, which did work of nursing the sick, the vls- - President he considered Christmas I would froin a becond story window, broki rorcign licet, air. urnn Bajs. serve yesterday. votes Ring nurses are making inspections the best time for such a movemBtr have added ninety-on- e cue of hor legs and she has been a "If tho danger Is that great, would i bate t0 $Q this,' he told Logsdon to Lewis' total, was not counted be- - 0f the school children to detect tu- - but declined to say how the Presiit not bo a good plan to build a vault .'but if8 the law.' jiruoner ever since. causejthe certificate was not made in Iberculosls, and carrying the gospel of dent had received his suggestions west of the Alleghanlcs and store Held. "I am willing to give all the monLogsdon was brought before Com- - propef order. Father nnd sanitation and prevention of disease ey I've got and to go anywhero If y He ( Haswell yesterday. .Miss Marshall'" father, Frank Mar- this billion beyoiiil the reach of dan- - IUisBlonur Hamlett appeared before the board to thousands of poor and Illiterate. pleaded guilty. shall, a farmer, residing at St. Mltch-iiol- K,!r'" The annual salary and expense of doing so will aid this movement," after It reconvened for the night ses- "My only request is," snid Logs- - slon and maAo a statement saying a county visiting nurse rarely cx- - said Mr. Ford as re came from the near here, and his wife, the Tho receipt of the copies of the slrl's btepmother, aro being held by Comoner was accepted around the don, 'that I be sentenced as. soon as that on the face of the returns he had ceeds $1500, and few of our women White House. "President Wilson ha thu authorities. Talk of violence Is capltol as Rryan's public declaration possible so I may serve my time and won tne election by 'ninety-thre- e are aware of the fact that twice this kept tho United States out of war prevalent. Miss Marshall Is in the of war against tho President and his return to my wife and baby." - amount could easily be raised in and I have learned that his course-Ivotcs and that the original certiflcabeing approved by people generally In compliance with his request, tIons how lt earn of the Children's Aid Society program every county through tho sale of Red Logsdon was taken to the Elizabeth- Miss Kimiiii Davis, agent for tho So- 90, per cent throughout the country.' i ani asking no favors," said Cross Christmas seals, Mrs. Philip Snowden, wife of a town Jail last vight. from where he jarniett. 'but merely stating my case of which goes to the leagues, the re duty laid the case before the grand .illcs SturvinK Vs.' Greek Plaint will be taken before Judge Evans who , you aml askjnB for a fair deal, mulnlng 10 per cent, to tho National member of the Dritish Parliament, Jury, but there was no law to cover only j0lldo 23. "Tho Nov. the case thing we want Is peace and yau are wln Pr""u"ce sentence on him at Un,,er tll0 jaw tne commission has Red Cross Society to reimburse it for and Mmc. Roslka Schwlmmer, of Is Miss Mary llartlott, a phllanlhrop- the seals, advertising cards, bulletins Huitgnur, will seo the President Fri0 rght to con8acr recertlficatlons. trvinc forco us to make war." said Owensboro, where Federal Court day to urgtthe same movement. Mr. lit, Is working with Miss Davis on tho 1). G. Rhallls, the Greek Minister of being held. If I had had the money I could have etc., furnished. Ford --iatiLbehero with Mrs. Commissioner Haswell will request procured any number of recertlficacase. They Intend to lay It before Justice and guiding spirit In the CabCol Maus will gladly mail anyone the governor of Maryland uiid tho inet of M. Skoulomlls, Iu nu Inter- leniency for Logsdon. tlons, but I could not afford to pay a set of rules and regulations for Snowden nnd Mme Schwimraer. mm "I want to do everything I can fo attorney general. view last Thurbday with the Dally Destruction of Hirtls Costs Million for them. The votes accepted from the organization of a county health McCrcary County are frauds, the league. He trusts that the progres- end the reign of militarism," aaftl i KiitliiT Said She Was Dead. Mall's correspondent at Athens. Dollui u Year. Alter the death of Miss Marshall's whole county should be thrown out. sive women of every county in the Mr. Ford. "It is the curse of tho "The British government and the Chicago, No. IS. Destruction of mother the children became scattered Ilrltlsh press," continued M. Rhallis, There Is also fraud In Christian State will organize a society and un- world today." birds, according to Col. G. O. Shields, or Women Send Pence Wire. Some went to live with aunts "are' taking a disgraceful and Infa- president of the League of American county and Hart county. I have an dertake at once the sale of Christ Mar-lial- l, New York, Nov. 23. Five Thousuncles. Thu father, Frank appeal before the Appellate Court mas seals during the present cam- You are mous attitude toward us. and telegrams addressed to women's remarried. Grace continued a starving us, only today two more Sportsmen, costs the United States a now and If you award the certificate paign billion dollars a year. Colonel Shields before that case is decided you will room. One prisoner In u little dark stopped by following is a brief report ofclubs aml ""wnlzatlons of all kinds Tho wheal vessels have been . made the assertion in an address be- be doing me an injustice. were sent out by the Women's Peace of the other children, absent nt an vou. Mrs- - E(ilth M. Hlckey. the visiting fore the Chicago chapter- - of the body was aunt's home, died. Thu Friends suggested to Hamlett that nurs0 Jn Muhlenburg county, concern-h- e Party tonight. The telgrams, which ...... -- s p our RuturiimeuL taken back hornet for burial and the fault on fault and delay on delay, Daughters of the American Rcvolushould obtain an Injunction and ing uer work f'rora September 20th are to bo followed by others until Uojj (oday $10,000 has been expended for the it parents let It be understood that the members of the board would t0 October 31st. troops to with only a few thousand ,.CottoI growerB.. hc said, "lose comply with It. There were no conpurpose, call upon women to telewas Grace who had died. Help us, wains 10 lorcu us io biuji m Number of public schools inspect- graph President Wilson urging faita The nearest neighbor was two miles mid die. You want us to succor you I 100,000,000 a year by the boll wee- tests In any other races. The recer ed 46. quails, tho vll. Why? Because tho to call a conference of neutral nanway, and It was to this neighbor tlficatlons were accepted by the de- English soldiers have Bhcd Number of children inspected, tions to settle the ' European W3f. chickens, the meadow larks feated that thu Information was given of wiinrno .,, Serbla-w- hen scarcely their blood ,2G49. wh,ch former. The messages bore the signature of . Grace's supposed death. The dlscov-- , n ' ngllsh rlflo has been f red , ,y swcpl mlulon8 Numbor of cases of trachoma found Jane Addams. by an un--Tho State ery of her plight was made Frankfort, Nov. wo uo noi wish u ul cle, who spent a week In thu house. Belgium or Serbia. Wo love "'"""' away by thoughtless men and boys." Board of Llcctlon Commissioners among the 2649, 400. Serbia, Number of Public talks 50. In which His roinn adjoined the one POND HUN. convPUcd her t0,,ay m 50 but before attempting to rescue a 0 " ne said ' Calls made on tuberculosis paHe heard ClCCt,0n he,d lracu was Imprisoned. Tho revival meeting closed " of the d:own.ng friend, one should be sure and tients 50. night. There were noises mid at night he dug through ills effort is not merely a ubelcss sacNovember 2 last, -Number of tuberculosis patients reit lanes more imui ,uuu aiuc tho wall at a spot behind a picture on rifice. of and three additions' to, According to tlie tabulations bugs to weigh an ounce, and nearly tfco flgurcg ,n (h(J Governor.B raC0( A. ported to nurse, 75. tho wall. Finally ho bored through the church. Regarding tho attitude of Greece 50,000 Hessian tiles to weigh the ' 42 of these homes have been visitthe-- wall and got a glimpse which of Mr. Charlie Robinson, with his O. Stanley received a majority In case the Allies should bo forced same," continued tho speaker. A ed; 34 remain yet on the nurse's list family, visited his mother, Mrs. Xlza horrified him. 471 over Ills Republican opponent said: ever the frontier, M. Rhallls Marshall was known us a man of "Certainly, no attempt would be quail killed by an expert in Ohio had E(jWU p Morrow. The figures In tho t0 be HCen whenever she can find Robinson, Saturday night and SunIn Its craw 1.200 chinch bugs. An contest were Stanley,. 219,991; Mor- tho time to get to them Hun-- i day. violent temper. The uncle, John Tliov rnli fill? ......tn n .llo.iti llint.i After reading this report, cin tho other killed In a Kansas wheat field row, 219.520. Wilmington Del. said not..-- , Mis Marie Crowder was tho guest rocko themselves If Kentucky doubt the Hessian Hies." ingof his discovery to him. but wen of Mis Bessie Graham Sunday afterFor Lieutenant Governor James people of th(J had 2,000 uvcn RQ t0 of placing a Public Health noon. Colonel Shields added that potato D. Black received the largest majort the Children's Aid Society, a. , to CBtabltahlnK a cordon Do they realgrowers pay $17,000,000 a year for ity of any candldato In tho State Nurse In each county? I lie uiiiur iuh.iiiihv.ii iu Mis Maggie Huntor was. tho guest .MISS 1MVIH. safeguard their retreat." Bpraylng poisons and remarked that rnniu tho girl but was denied adnils ni.ilnrltv over Lewis L. ise tho Importance of the visits to of Miss Margaret Tomerlin Saturday Ills f'o Dally Mall's correspondent n quail slain In Pennsylvania had 127 The Finally sho obtained her re night and Sunday. Miss Shula Robhion. were these tuberculosis homes and the he believes the attitude of M. potato bugs In Its craw. Ho said Walker was 8.72S. The totals given these people how to inson also visited her Sunday afterpro-- , bays , "tractions lease through habeas corpus 215.855; Walker, 207.127. rellects that of a majority of that Mrs. Margaret M. Nice, of Ihe Rhallls to prevent tubercu- - noon. ceedlngs. Buforo taking Miss Mar-- i On tho correct certifications, based Hvo. what to do Greek people, who aro unatil-nioiifaculty of tho Massachusetts State on recertlficatlons In all away Miss Davis had to provide the iruuui..B ..,... ..,.-- .u .... Rny and Shaver, Messrs. Sum counties shall In their deslro for peace. University, after long study, estimat- whero errors were said to have crept "" "' U8e snutum box.es nn'1 . Dauphin Hunter have moved with her with clothing,, as tho girl had boatman most M. ninl - ,t. i.. - !.. iiii.lnpitiitliliii? -- ".. In t 'From thoIllnlBoUi ragged correspon- - ed that a quail destroys 75,0u0 bugs In, James P. Lewis defeated Barks - why they should bo used? A Krcat t,,c,P families to Illinois where they ,,u, ."- -'"-. ,., " tho G.000,000 weed seeds annually. dale Hiuulett, for Secretary of State, majomy oi mo peopw oi .veniuc w, , work thru tho w,tnr. room was nothing but a bed with her ... l'IwiIo nf thn and nu l ll iviimmo, v"" ....-- .. i (.. .. l",,v" -ng - ttllt tltlxlj. liilinrAiiInuta Ian li nrtrl Iffl fV t; mr. uyron itouurisou oi souin ua- a straw " Greek people get up In tho morning by anuijorlty of 115 votes. The ;Bl"' """" .Glt.i. rrliotlni. were ,owls 209,754; llnmlett dlseairo. Tho only way wo can ever kota Is at homo on a few days visit. 0,"r0,lS:. ,.,.. ... ,.Svlth the prayer on their lips, "let Tho Star Theater will give a show .. !.. through the From here ho will go to Illlonls with ... JMJ iiiu iiim iivvii ramomiciy r,!.. ,u i,., eradleato tuberculosis is no war today." Friday and Saturday -there Again . - on TuMday. .. i ter and scarcely any ventilation In ....i....Vn rsint nr inn ennvnss in mis ruco education itof tho to masses. children his mother. ""-...b- nlghl8 0.' each week. Will open tne The eorrespouucm uiwu mean the 40 Tlio ono window was clos Mrs. Ira Hartley Is going to Illicnuscd all Wint ,ioes iinnonncoil llnmlett Mimmur. Hilly tho attitude of the Greek King, ,loors nt 7:30 and the show will bo hnlmr I suiiertiiK irom iruciioma m uiu nois where sho will be wUh her hused, with shutters nailed tight. Injunction to bo Issued by the. Clr band. Miss Carrl" Southard was tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. Nan Chapman, Sunday. . . i... n,.H.nnnii.lnnl i .. . . ' l n:ivm iiiii i:ui iLauuiiiivuii "tin nff(rfi1 mi,i nmur iiii.rn.in ii- iiiiii'ii.!..,. ....,.! iiiiiiiti. -"Prayer meeting Is stll being at.....iu - v,. Wo- "o f countinc the recertlficatlons. cluslvely on horseback for the reason tio lloor It was said sue nail oniy -. . .. -have t nu -,-.-'-' w,n 0 huar tomor. of roughness of tho roads tended well every Wednesday night nwo meals a day and was never allow , ' ,rho your eyes Hon that the Dardanelles project bo murket nnd It will not We only hope that every coftnty In at Pond Run. ed to see anyone. . .... TOW r. t i...... .!..,! ..it .i.lvfitino lio niniln l .",UK . .. n ...II It...... l.i... r....... ..r l"-' "." " lll.n. ! " '" . " I'l""'"' aml " Robert L. Green was elected Audi- - "" w,so "aV -. " f .th? .... . ThrBC .....- Hmillh Nurse III this fight Methodist Luilles' Itauar, Nov. Ill); it ... ...rijiiitiisi., nnnn hid .ww inn 'inn. Pnhlln ......... .....--"' ,n,i,.rniv nuulnned show houses out- - u" ul """ Klnu has gained Implicit Days. at tho charges agaliiBt him, but ho In Genua., prowess. He said a few gldo of ,40ul8vlUe. Wo have spared ty o: 4.90S; The voto iw Urcen. against tho Great White Maguo.' Tho Ladles of the Methodist hsserts that tho girl bccuuio lusauo days ago: "They can not beat Ger- " ( ,"e1r' ' 1(nor tlmo nor moll0y In equipping , Notiro. Church Society wll hold their, anthirteen years ago and that ho hud manv; they will never conquer her. Sherman a mU 8ow ,l0U80 for tho people of' 1, U Itopubltam menus to send her to an Innot tho Thoso knowing themselves Indebt- nual bazaar lis tho lmsemeij'f of 'the I am between tho Hrtftfril an vlcMiy, VoBP pBtroll.japi more vo es than lei) that stitution. Investigation Is said to have .invii nnd tho deei. sea. and that I opponent, William A. Hunter. Good ed to Her & Black by account will cliurch beginning Tuesday Nov. 30 ., ,. rnintP,i. ho was ablo to have prolevcalcd that paster's total vote was 211,204; Hun pleaso call and settle same nt once, mid continuing three days. Excellent v.. a. iiAUUASS. mans well throw In my lot with tho and vided for her. as we want to get all tho partnership dinners will bo served tur. 200,903. Allies, whoso preasuro can bo Immed- 17tt jjgr, star Theater, M. M. Logan won the olllco of At- - ( business cfose'd ' up as speedily as oysters, Ices and cako will bo served England, uiid r.lSryun Jeltl"K Ready For Fight lute. But Franco Bo sure to see the dis tiOOD VALUE IN torney General over Thoinus B. Mc- possible, since I have purchased his! at imy hour, whatover happens, will never bo so- - kor g.YIj-Aptliikt Defense PioKiaiii. ur- u.iu country, while Gerniuny farm land, smnll or largo farm to Gregor by 4,723 votes. Logim'a interest In tho grocery business and play oi niKH, lui.iy your i.Buiui Washington, Nov. 23. William J. vero with my Christmas 200, - ,BOld him my Interest lii the farm. tides bofore buying voto was 211,290; McGre Is my duty Buit purchasers; only sold to setUo ' Uryan is organizing his opposition will bo Implacable It Prompt attention to this will' ho up - presents. A cordial Invitation U ex- J, U Hawes. 5C7. making personal demands on his t to bavo my country from the horrors estuto; easy terms and j. (.'. u.i.;i. tended to everybody. Totul vote Iu race for Suporln- - predated. waceo, ny. to Btuiid or Belgium. Jollowing, In congress I I REPORT Father It t0 ...... Re-su- ...... lonc-exnocto- . f.. ....... ni. w f,t lll-no- I I .niinn step-mothe- r. Step-moth- er s, .... I . "Idate.. I J'l' "f T'uLTX rctrs c8cA s I 1 B I ( I : '' ......ir, 1 V. "" ' .... .... .....-- ii.i ! - uy'y' ,..! , I i"" ... -- ,. I ? i XtowrliZnyr T. ..iJ "" W' """ .- ",,.,.,. !,'., - "u "'"'.' - ey m ,. ; j I UU GROWERS TO GIVE UP POOLING flow Better Prices Were Secun d for Weed in Western Ken- tucky and Tennessee. Hopkinsvlllc, Ky., Nov. IS. The announcement Friday that tho Plnnt-r- s' Protective Association of Kentucky and Tennessee had definitely tlctdcd to retire from business for tiie coming year, and possibly for ffood, marked the passing of one of the most spectacular and active farmers' organizations which ever had to .io with the several movements looking to the pooling of crops and thcre-t- y forcing higher prices to be paid. Organized In the fall of 1904 for the avowed purpose of controlling the dark tobacco crops grown In tho rapidly two Slates the association prow in membership and attained imposing propositions so that it became a potent ractor in tne nanuiing 01 tho crop. The campaign for this organization came as the climax of three or four years continuously low prices on tobacco and tho charge that the ;argc concerns which annually bought the bulk of the crop, had perfected .1 thorough combination by which the d tobacco producing territory was out and no buyer would invade mother's district. In this way, it claimed, competition was throttled and the farmers and to sell at tnc prices offered them or not sell at pnr-tclc- tain well established restrictions, the tobaccco placed In storage and sold In this way. As long as this was tho only way of selling tobacco this plan was all right but about tho time the association was formod tho method of selling tobacco loose nt public auction houses began to be Introduced into the dark district. This plan met with Instant favor nnd rapidly grew In by It the farmer for popularity brought In as much or ns little of his crop as he wanted to sell loaded looso on his wagon, ho saw it graded weighed and offered publicly with all tho buyers on the market having It a chance at it. If tho price brought suited him he got his check Hint samo dav, and If it was unsatisfactory ho rejected It, nnd had his offered at another time when-ovwere he thought conditions er j 1 1 1. ft was a situation when feeling d mu hfgh and the proposition to form jii association for the purpose of meeting organization with the organaccepisation met with immediate tance. Meetings were held frequently, many times with a barbecue as a . card, and it was nothing snusual for thousands to attend. Some of tho foremost public men the day chnnipolned the farmers' cause and welcomed the opportunity group of women had a yoke of oxen "Yes, In wartimes even the cows 1to make speeches in behalf of tho must carry their share." wtis the reand cart. They were heavy-se- t. Among these iiroposed association. square-bui- lt women, like those paint- ply. And It wns further explained were A. ). Stanley, recently elected ed by Millet, with coarse aprons and that the few horses seen In the fields fJovernor of Kentucky, but who at black dresses girt up to their knees, were mares, as the Iteavy stallions that time was serving as Congrcss-ni.ir- r, d usually but at times with were needed for the artillery, except Senator Ollle M. James, who. ,,, ,,, iim,ipMp. ivnimi nf the few retalnd for stud purposes, .,.i,. Also wis a Congressman, at that time, and tho geldings were usmI for cav jIso rendered valuable service in this tns Auvergnc farm country On one largo farm a party of womalry and supply trains. Thus war regard, as did former Congressman en wore putting on the fall fertiliz- mobilizes the mule animals for the j John Wesley Gaines, of Tennessee; er before the winter set In. Some battlcline and turns the lemale into tlio Hon. Joel Fort, of Tennessee, and Address:- were an the carts hauling in the ma- beasts of burden. nwny others, equally prominent and nure, and scores of others were scatas ahltt in debate us well as a number Inquiry of the farm women brought tered over the black earth leveling out some Interesting phases. They of lessor lights. In have organized the work much ns the and distributing the fertilizer. If wasn't so very long until night another field one woman alone was men did. The women workers are riilcrF the masked and armed and CUMBERLAND doing the fertilizing, and a sweep of graded and paid according to ability perfectly drilled bands and night maThen it was that It was decided about ten acres showed what she had and position. Those in responsible rauders, who did nil sorts of deviltry, & COMPANY The next farm had places make 5 and 6 frnncs a day, from tcraping tobacco plant beds to tho time had come to quit business. accomplished. INCORPORATED unmercifully, The matter was put to the farmers already yielded Its crop of corn, and and more in the busy harvest season, whipping individuals .ind even of raiding towns and burn as to whether they wanted the asso- now the women were gathering the besides board and keep. Women in BOX 119, OWENSBORO, KY. ing tobacco warehouses of the hated ciation to continue business. It was pumpkins from between the close-c- common farm work make from 1 cornstalks. The bodies of the franc centimes (about 30 cents) up'trust." began to add a new touch nut before them straight all. over Not Candidate Sajs Hughi. to the situation. These night riders the district that unless the associa- women moved up and down with the ward, and much more during the thoy wcro con- j name as a candldnte, tion controlled the bulk of the crop regularity of a windmill as they pick- rush season. Young women between always claimed to be acting In the Washington, Nov. IS. Associate vlnced 'that the welfare of the na- of tlio association in tho warn- It could not hope to dictate prices ed up the big pumpkins nnd heaved 18 and 24 get the best wages and do Justlce Hughes, of the Supreme ' t,on I" its broadest benso, deninndt. ing taey would leave, but they were and selling terms. So the farmers them up to other women standing on the most work. Gettlug enough wo- Court, today notified tho Secretary of tho drafting of Its highest and nuwt nst as emphatically repudiated by were told that unless 60 per cent of the carts to receive them . men farmhands has been difficult, but State of Nebraska he would not ho a available talent to lead In tho tho association members, officials and the acreage, estimated at 135,000 contest for the triumph of Several times along tho route there recruits have come from the women candidate for the coming Presidetpeakers. Yet they continued their acres, was pledged by October 23 the was a picture of the army of fight- refugees from the devasted regions of nts election and requested that his Republican principles, and . . .that d the emergency demauds a resort to work for about three association would quit. This amount ing men on one hand .and the army Northern France, from nclgium and name be not placed upon tho ballot. yean, adding one of the most lurid of pledges failed to show up, and the of working women on the other, from Poland. The old men and the The formal declination of Justice conscription." Wiapters to tho history of the Two innouncomcnt of the retirement of when a detachment of artillery or boys often earn less than the women Hughes, to which he took onth before A Good Household Salvo. States which has ever been written. the organization followed last week. cavalry passed forward on their way and do less work. a notary, and which was telegraphed At the same time this does not to the front. One artillery detachThe association continued to grow Ordinary ailmonts and Injuries are novel phase developed by the to the Secretary of State at Lincoln One in numbers, and for several years mean that the asoclation Is permament had heavy field guns, and inquiries was that the army of Franco was as follows: not themselves sorious, but Infection nently out of business. Tho associa stretched along the road for a quarit unquestionably controlled the big "A petition having been filed with or low vitality may mnko them dan is largely an army of farmers. For fad of the tobacco crops produced. tion officials and many others claim ter of a mile; another had tho light example. In the 190S class tho young you on November 13, 1015, rctiuebt- that it is the only real bulwark of French mitrnlcusc, or rapid-fir- e -- n high us 00,000 hogsheads, or gun. men called to colors included 122,643 Ing that my name be placed upon tho gerous. Don't neglect a cut. sore, brulso or hurt because It Is small of the crop, has been handled safety for the farmers to protect one point n whole division of At or almost as many as from olllcial primary ballot of tho Republi of cavalury was encamped "on a level try tho association In a single year theiii from another organization Including com- can party for tho primary election to Wood poison has resulted from a all other branches, buyers with resultant low prices. To sweep of farm country, and columns when it was at Its prime. k merce. This bIiows how the farmers be held In Nebraska on April 18 1916 or scratch. For alt such prevent this thu affairs of the asso- of troopers were exercising on tho And from the day Its permanent aro doing tho fighting, and how the as a candidato for tho ofilco of Presi- aliments Uucklon's Arnica Salvo M organization hecamo assured, the ciation will bo kept in such shape Held of maneuvers. When these do- - farms havo been left to the women. dent of tho United States, I hereby oxcellent. It protects and heals the h prices on tobacco began to rise. And that the organization can be revived tachments passed along the roads, all Tho same proportion of farmers is notify you that I decllno tho nominatlioy continued to rise year by year again on short notice nnd once more the women In tho fields would stop in all classes now called to tho colors, tion made by this petition, or hurt; is antiseptic, kills Infection nnd similar xntil tobacco, from being u losing Intervene in behalf of the farmer. dnngorous complications. work and stand with arms ukimbo up to tho class of 1916. petitions, and request that my name prevents Tho situation, in view of tho pre gazing Intently at the spectacle of renture beciime again the profitable bhall not bo plnced upon tho ballot Good for all Skin niomlslic's, Plmplos Tho result of the women's work in dictions which have been made as tholr men going forward for tho product it was supposed to be. Salt Ulieiim. Eszouin. Got an orlgl- - j Ratli'jrlnit the crops is told In olllcial for such primary election. The association officials, members to disastrous consequences that would fighting, for in almost every caso tho 25e. box from your There aro differences of opinion In nal jnd supporters insisted that this was bo certain to follow tho dissolution women in the Holds were the wives, reports of tho Ministry of Agriculture political circles-herDruggist. 2 as to tho techniwhich, although Incomplete at this altogether duo to tho organization. of tho association Is ono which will mothers and sisters nf the men rer cal effect of tho declination. Tho Atexcepstage of tho crops, shows an And in winding up the organization's bo watched with widespread and deep cruited in tills vicinity and now on Chamberlain's TuhleU. tionally good general condition. The torney General of Nebraska has been tor the coming market year, interest during the coming season. tho march nearer tho fighting lino. airalrs This 13 a medlclno intended especHughes acrcago in wheat has been only 12 quoted as saying Justlco crop Is now soon to be on tho she claim la made that prices were Tho After tho detachment of heavy per cent loss than last year, notwith- could not withdraw his namo from ially for stomach troubles, bilious(iiised by the pooling plan from an market, and with tho association s had passed wo stopped to the primary ticket. On tho other hand ness und constipation. It is meetaverage of ?3.f0 per hundred pounds quiescent, to say tho least of It, tho cxainlno tho road to sec If this splen- standing a considerable section of Nobraskans In Washington contend ing with much success and rapidly farm laud In Northern Franco is now effects ono way or tho other, if thoro did macadam had been cut by tho to nt leiut $9 per hundred. overrun by tho enemy. Tho acreago thoro Is no question as to his right gaining In favor and popularity. ObVet, like many organizations of aro to bo. any, should become ap- constant passing of artillery and tho Tho dlfferenco arises tainable everywhere. m of rye Is about the same as last year, to withdraw. x&inc plan and intent, tho association parent. digging of cavalry hoofs. Uut thoro nnd of oats a llttlo short of last year. over tho point of whether tho declinSo everybody will bo Interested was not a dent from tho passing of had its troubles. With its continued Tho vineyards havo fallen off some- ation privillge Incorporated in tho o niircess and wticn its commissions tnd realize what tho remedy Is should these twenty-to- n gun3, nnd tho what, not through tho women but be- primary election law of Nebraska ap- We Knock the Spots Out of Things J mounted each year to handsome things net- go to suit them, and it road showed no moro effect cause of wot seasons nnd a pest. This plies to the Presidential preference idiDK, fat salaries were puid to a tium may bo that tho association is "not than from tho passing of several augood primary. in offset by the exceptionally lierof officers and It was only natural dead, but ouly sleepeth." tomobiles. The ofllcers said this con- crops, potatoes and forage for horses It is believed that tho Secretary that the cry should bo raised that dition was general, and that tho fa- nnd cattle. Iloth of these latter of Stato of Nebraska, upon tho reTired, Aching Muscles Hcllovctl. was beiug practiced at mous roads of Franco were passing crops aro of great advantage to tho ceipt of tho declination, will lay tho At th 'ipensn of tho members. Hard work, mean through this ordeal 'of ortlllery and flgl'ttng matter before the Attorney General French Dry Cleaned ami Pressed lu forces, particularly forage. tiroes this disgruntled faction became stiff, sore muscles. Sloan's Liniment cavalry without appreciable Supurior Manner. for opinion, nnd that his opinion will So thut this army of tho womto strong (hat it seemed thoy never lightly applied, u little quiet, and en of Franco, has fought tho lint-- , ho declsivo of the caso. It Is not be- Send us your Garments and Havo died completely, but It did have tho your Borenesa disappears like magic The women's work in tho farm re- tlo nt homo, planting and gathorlng lieved that the courts would bo ask-- '! Them iffcct undoubtedly of spreading "Nottiing over hoipoa like your gions is not confined to the fields, tho crops to kcop tho country sus to rovlow tho Interpretation of loand suspicion and cnus-in- r Sloan's Liniment. I can never thank but covers tho wholo range of work tained, while tho other army has cal law, given by tho Attorney GenerCLEANED CLEAN hundreds of members to desort. you enough," writes ono grateful incident to agriculture. Ono stretch al. foupht the-- battles at tho front. Packages called for and delivered. tiling which was n cause user. Stops suffering, aches and of country was particularly abundant I'Kt'tr The petition stated that Justice t. fault finding was tho method of pains. Ait excellent counlor-lrritan- t, In straight young saplings, and hero Hughc3' namo was filed absolutely THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB handling the tobacco. Tho associa better and clcanor than mustard. All tho women wore at work hewing tho without his knowledge, and whllo tho i"1 l..(IU 1.. .1 tion rigidly adhered to tho plan of lin..tnl.. Or FOR FLETCHER'S d A. Ivu Null, Irop. saplings, piling them llko petitioners were awaro he was oplarlsg all tobacco prized under cer Penetrates without rubbing. 2 along tho road ready for tho carts to posed to any consideration, of his IIAItTITOU), KENTUCKY. ; gray-bearde- This left tho farmer the sole arbl-- , tcr of nffalrs, gavo him an early or late sale, as he saw fit, and brought him his money immediately. With the association it was different. It took time and cost money to have tobacco prized, and It was al ways early spring and often woll Into tho summer before the sales would lie made, and every year moro or less tobacco, was carried over unsold to the next season. The association officials charged that this was. largely the machination of the "trust In refusing to buy so long as they could for the express purpose of making the members of the pool discontented. However, this may have been, the fanners did in time become restive because of the refusal of the association officials to adopt the loose method of selling, and great numbers refused to continue their allegiance. From first to last the moving spirit in the association has been Felix G. Ewing, of Robertson county, Tenn. Himself a wealthy farmer owner of an elegant plantation of 2,000 or 3,000 acres and one of the largest growers of tobacco in the nation he took a deep interest In the plight of the farmers when prices were so ruinously low and he was among the first to suggest an association. Not only did he suggest it, but he took an important part in planning for it, and when it was finally formed he was made general manager and given tho powers of chief executive, and lie has held this position continuously ever since. That he was the right man In the right place was demon-- , strated by the success which attended the carrying out of the plans. For the past few years the support of the association has been dwindling. From fiu.OOO hogsheads the amount controlled by the organization fell to 40,000 then to 30,000 then to 25,000, then to 15,000 and the past two years to less than 10,-00- 0. right. take to the station. Further on, nt the station, women were on the flat Oct. 26. The women of France have cars receiving saplings from other gathered the crops this yenr, while women on carts, and thus this prodtheir sons and brothers arc fighting uct for telegraph poles, railway tics, at the front, and they are big crops. etc., goes steadily on while tho men The harvest Is just closing, the barns are away.. In the country Inns, too, In this vast farming region arc fair- women aro doing everything; not only bursting with wheat, oats, hay and ly cooking, but running tho establisha multitude of farm products, and the ment, and even taking the places of tho garcous In the village cafes. fields arc stacked with tho Occassloually a few mon aro seen yield of potatoes, carrots, beets and vegetables of all kinds all these In tho fields, but they seem out of crops n tributo to these Spartan pcas- - plnco sprinkled among tho ranks of ant women of France, who in a way the robust women. They are either arc fighting tho country's battle Just old mon, usually bent nnd crippled, as much as the men in the trenches. who go at their work unsteadily, or For three days a correspondent of very youmt men nnd hoys, not yet In Hut the Associated Press has passed the cIbbs through S00 miles of this farming re- these men aro mere superuumnrles much as the women were gion, under escort of army ofllcers assigned by tho Ministry of War, pri- before the war, when they gavo a Kyi marily for tho purpose of seeing tho helping hand when tho harvest presthousands of German prisoners gath sure was greatest. T ,,1C '"" ,a,'')0r !H '" t,lc iportxiutiii .selects crP(1 ln from champagne nnd clse- OvWrT VY. y$' The new babies, too, aro very few tifins y""" 'i,rl''''(, f,)r "'' 'l's r,"t' where, but Incidentally giving the op- In the farm regions. In the three vW vMniVfi3 im- And when you tarl to be rrifi'ni. portunity of seeing theso French daj.s through the farm region only Wlf ZaffiC'IrvLlfo where to Mop liirl nf lltmtngtdrfUMI'. moMt. peasant women cultivating the fields, two fnrm women were seen carrying Mletii Mtmlr M.ot m.Klrl. in . Willi .lll.U- ,.C '..v.. U.KI kt'" ... 1th driving the oxen for the fall plowing. young babies. the men nil lBBvp3-aWMurr-mm, the Aululniillni; molrl ili.it nirtnijuuy handltt (ft rim iit mitii.1,11 mtWIrrtwJi'iic. H" i"tl"i '" picking, sorting and shipping fruit, away at tho war the birthrate must bVwlliffST-JC'.e?!5IwWW?'. '!"'" '' ""' ''"' niulrartiiilcrt (mm the '" ""'' nnd gathering In tho stores of veget- necessarily fall off, as these women B6Jfij353!aA.5?T3BlW ilralrwliuiliiU 'ie KJ UjII Marko lUmwitoit.U i(C. are turning from cares of maternity ables nnd tobacco. Sold by your home dealer and 3095 Women were to be seen every to the cares of sotl. Hut the llttlo &K$ij&x&wiGt&& other I e a d i n g merchants in Kentucky where bending over the furrows or children nre everywhere present, and Metallic Cirtiidfe Co. 'V'' Rtminfton ' Woolworlh nuilJin (233 llrodw.,) New York Cilr with panniers on tholr backs carry- are helping their mothers in gathering the heavy loads of carrots and ing the crops, ln one field two lltpitch- tlo girls were guiding the turnips; on top of straw-rlck- s ing the grnlu into place or loading and in another a group of little tots It on wagons; in the freight yards were polishing off the leaves of cabnear the stations bringing in the bage so as to make each one look farm products nnd storing them on fat nnd profitable. Curious detail: Even tho farm lint cars; and In long, Irregular companies along the roads at night going beasts tho cow are bearing the home from work with their dogs, burden of the war here In the farm wheelbarrows, babies and armful of regions, while most of their male fagots. brethcrn the oxen have been mobfield of turnips ilized nt the front for the supply waIn one thirty-acr- e five sturdy matrons were at work gons. Two beasts labored along the and one young woman, with an old road, drawing a heavy cart of farm peasant, evidently the produce, as the army chauffers stopfather, In a chair under n sheltering ped to repair a tire. The animals tree with the baby beside him. He strained under the big wooden yoke. was too old for the fighting lino or for but Instead of being oxen, they were this other warfare of the women In sleek young cows, their hags heavy the fields. Further along a great with milk. A woman driver guided sweep of fields was dotted with knots them, and they sank under the yoke of women gathering potatoes into like the farm women bearing their bags, nnd then throwing tho filled panniers of carrots. bags over their shoulders to carry"Is that usual to yoke milk ing to tho waiting carts. Each cows for burden?" was asked. d, French Women Do Men's Work, Clermont-FerranCentral France, straw-covere- d jMit now-a-day- s, AA?W& JMf $ffin$&$$ V!wfe PemtoptonrUMC Rifles and Cartridges Real 22 Sport fr -- ( 1iWi-ow- ct Slijr '" tln-rc- MUr-Aclb- UIIT MlCtgTC-Sir?i?t-rtcS- I P?Bc:5jfta .x&ixrzif G&&2 !. J Aiim-Unio- n i ipl?l Telephones on Farms at Low Rates hare-heade- I If there is no telephone on your farm write for our Free Booklet telling how you may get Service at 5 0 cents per month and up. A postal will do! Farmers' Line Department. TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH KmLn ut iilgh-hnnde- two-(hfr- rs. pin-pric- o field-gun- well-mad- Ladies' and Men's Garments over-exertio- 1 Children Cry cord-woo- CASTORIA in Pciinsylvnnla, Now York, MaryIWcsts of KetftYicky. land and other state um Is threadforests of Wft'itucky aro ono Protection of forests f is Slate's gnV nntural resources ing westward. Tlifl TIlO I Those of Middle Age Especially. When you have found no remedy for the horrors that r.pprcss you during change of life, when tl'"ough the long hours of the clay it &ccms as though your hack would break, when vour head aches constantly, you arc nervous, depressed and suffer from those dreadful bearing down pains, don't forget that Lydia Ii. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the safest and surest icmedy, and has carried hundreds of women safety through this critical period. Kwid what these three women say: X. V. "I ain willing to let you know liow much your lias iloiic fitr inc. 1 failed tenilily riiiiinjr the last wlulor ami Mimmoraiiil cery one remarked l my itpiiesiranre. I d from a iVni.ilc tumble mid always liad pains in my bad;, no pK.'tiUa and at times was veiy weak. "I was visit inK at a fiicnd'slmu.conodayr.:l kIio tlinuqhl I needed 1 I.ylia K I'liikliain s o-talitCompound. took it and have gained ciht ixuinds, have a kkmI apH-titand am feclinpr lictter every day. Everybody h me vluit I am doing and f neeoiiunend Lydia H. l'lnkliaiuV Vegetable CniiiHiunri. You may publish Ibis letter if you wish and I lio'xj others who havo the same conipluiiit will sec it and p-- t health from your medicine as I did." .Mi.;. A. Ilonxinro. HI Manton St., Uullulo, 2sT. Y. Tiicilicinc tib-msuf-fere- HrrrAi.o, From Airs. Hornung, Buffalo, N. Y. - M.cnixi N.V. "I was all run down and very thin in flesh, no npiielite, could not bleep and was weak, and felt badly all tho time. The doc-to.said I had ixtor blood and vhat I had was t limine; to water. I took different, medit ines wluVh diil not help me. but l.ydi.i K l'inkham'rt Vegetable CViikuu1 made mo well anu htioiic, and I am recommending it to my fiiends."' Jlrs. i'i:i:u Chack, 1L So. 2, .Aiacedon, JC.Y. nor-vou- s, Made Me Wei! and Strong. the Clmngo of Jjfe. I suH'ered with a weakness, and hud to stay in lied three days at a time. Lydia E. l'inkhaiu'.s vegetable Comiwiund restored mo to i)erfect health, and I am praising it for tho kmellt of other women who suffer us 1 did." .Mrs. V. S. Duvaix, JJouto 2Co. 1, Ueltsville, aid. llr.i.TSTi!.i.K, Mik "J!y tho xhm of Lydia K. Compound 1 havo successfully passed through The Change of Life. rinkham's Vegetable a most trying time, For 30 Tears Lytlin, E. Plnklmm'n Vegetnlilo Compouad lias boon tho standard reined vfor female ills. No ono sick with woman's ailments does justice to herself if hhe does not try thin famous medicino nmdo from roots and herbs, it lias restored so many Huffcringwonicntoheiilth. ttWritotof.YMAE.PIMCHAaf MEDICINE CO. (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS., forndvicc koht letter will be opened, rourt and answered "by a woman nnd held In strict confidence. lW rnNc Good-bye.- MLSTROM PAYS , lire." "I dlo fighting, not like a coward. " Well, I'm going. DEATH PENALTY When the oiflccr started to give the command to fire, Illllstrom yelled "Fire!" The squad fired and the bullets pierced his heart. Ho was dead In Gov. Spry reclined Request of ono minute and ten seconds after the volley was fired. Wilson to Telay 4ction Illllstrom declined to see a minister, saying thnt he had worked out in the Case. his own religion and was satisfied with it and would not be helped by seeing a minister. He retired ubout 10 o'clock and went to sleep at once. Although he continued to protest that he could pove his innocence if granted a new trial, Hillstrom remained silent about bow ho received a bullet wound, or where ho was the night Morrison, of whose murder he was convicted, was shot and killed at his grocery In Salt Lake City. "Iff nobody's business where 1 got tha wound," Illllstrom said. "It Is only public curoslty that wants to know that. I am not here to gratify public in my wVilch, properly used and conserved, mean a permanent source of revenue to the cftlrcns of tho Conionwcaltb. The best figures nbtalnablo place tbo remaining supply of Kentucky limber nt 25,000,000,000 feet board measure. The area of Kentucky Is 41,2011 square miles or 27,121,120 acres. About .tr per cent of this area supports some kind of tree growth. In l!)i:i (tho last llgures available) there was cut 541,5:11,000 board measure of timber from Kentucky forests, a decrease of about 100,000,-- 1 000 feet from 11112. About 2,500,-- 1 000 crows ties are purchased annually by the railroads from the forests of 'this State. About 75,000,000 feet board measure of timber from Kcn- lucky forests Is consumed annually !lu mining operations within tho State 'An tinestlmatod amount of timber Isuscd for 'from Kentucky forests staves, heading and hoop-polefor .telephone and telegraph poles and poles for electric light and power companies; for fence posts and fencing; for lath and shingles; and numerous other uses. Tho annual drain .roughly Is 800,000,000 feet board measure. There are over 1,00 active mills In the Commonwealth and over ?21, 000, 000 ill capital Is Invested In j the logging and milling operations Over thirteen thousand wage earners are cmploed (five times as many as ill the distilled liquor business, which beads the list In value of the product. Kentucky consumes each year over 200,000,000 feet of her own forests In the further manufacture of wood Into final form, and imports close to 200.000,000 feet from other States for which nearly ? 10,000.000 is paid inuunlly. Over 250 llrius arc engag-- i ed In this character of manufacture, rhe chief products of which are: 1. lioxes and crating. 2. .Sash, doors and planing mill products. .".. Vehicle stock. 4. Furniture of all discretions'. 5. Handles. fi. Cars, locomotives nnd railroad " cars. j 7. Musical Instruments. 8. Farm Implements. 9. Hnskets, fruit and vegetable packages. 10. Tnnks and tubs. 11. Collins, caskets and casket cases. s; I j i i from these scourges may bo aided by: of the Insects or fungus doing damage; quarantine ng.ilnst the Importion of stock nnd material by the means of which tho Insects or disease might bo spread from other States; suggestion of preventative measures. Dy replacing forest growth cut down or destroyed; by reforesting barren .iiid waste areas; by completely stocking nil areas devoted to for est growth so that a maximum yield may result; and by tho intensive, manngenient of forest growth, Including such features as these: (1)1 selection of rapid growing, easily marketable species; (2) completo utilization (law stumps and cutting to a very small top diameter); (3) cutting at best time of year to Insure maximum sprouting capacity of stump; (4) disposal of slashing and debris; (5) felling so as to do least damage to young growth nnd surrounding timber; (0) leaving seed . trees of desirable species; (7) fire, protection; (h) protection from grazing. Industries The study of wood-usin- g so that nil waste may be utilized. The protection of tho forests at of our navigable the streams so as to prevent floods, In- sure a regular ami Increased flow In our streams, prevent erosion and washing, with the consequent silting Si up of our stream beds and the washing away of the fertile portions of Eg the to)) soils of our fields into tho streams, and Insure a dependable supply of pure water for domestic uses. study and Investigation Idle Funds Represent Lost Interest fit day In nnd day out, would you time It stood idle? t 4 If you had a machine tfcat you could opnrate at a good pronot count as a loirs tho ' maclukie. Your money is a good 'money-makin- g Invested la our certificates of deposit or on saving nccoant, it earns Interest every day of the week, every week of the mouth au4 every month of the year. ltomeinber, we glv best rate of interest. you absolute security and pay you tbo Central Trust Company Cor. 4tb nnd Frctlcrlra. 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Eighty acres of good land containing dwelling, barn and other outbuildings, situated on Hartford and Itockport roud. Well and spring on farm. Church and schoolhouse near. Foi price, terms, etc., call or address 34tf UAItNETT & SON, Agts. Hartford, Ky. l , Salt Lako Cltr. Utah. Nov. 19. 'Joseph Illllstorm, condemned mur derer, whose 9asc attracted nttentlon throughout the country ami prompted Uio liitcrce.sslon of President Wilson, tho Swedish minister to the United States and tho American Federation of Labor, was put to death by a squad in tho State prison here at 7:12 a. m. today. His dcatli was in- flr-iii- K stantaneous. (low Spry yesterday declined to Kinut President Wilson's request for In his telea delay In the execution. gram replying to the President the Governor said lie was bnttsllod tho President's request was based on a misconception of tho facts or that there was some reason of an International nature that the President had not disclosed: that a turllier postponement at this times would ho an with the unwarranted Interference course of justice and that, mindful of the obligation of his oath of olllce, ho could and would not lend himself or hrs ollico to such Interference. A HilNiromV Crime. Illllstrom was convicted of the murder of John O. Morrison, u ro- cor, and his son, Arllng. Under Utah lav ho was allowed to ohoobo bo- JUwcen Bhootlns and liangliiK. Gov. At C o'clock this morning Spry and tho members of tho Hoard of Pardons received telegrams from Seattlo, Wash., saying William Husky, of that city, bad BWorn to aflbla- vit8 saying that ho wait with all of tbo ulRht on which tho Morrison murders were committed, and that Illllstrom was innocent. A similar message, it was slated, bad been sent to President Wilson. Attornoys for Illllstrom Immediately aeked tbo fJovernor to grunt a ten-- 1 day respite Members of the Pardon Hoard held a hurried conferenco mid decldod not to Intcrfero with tho execution. llreaUs Down. When tbo oillccrs camo to get lit ho brolto down and started to strugglo with thorn, but when lin saw tho aliorlft ho becarao' calm and throw up his hands. Acompanlcd by tlfo officers, ho walked to tho death chair. r After bo was seated they asked him If bo bod cuiytlilt'sr o pay. Ho snld: "Geatleinent 1 dlo with a clear con- science. I never did anything wrong Hlli-btrom curoslty." the Tho Industrial Workers of World, of which Illllstrom Is a member, held n meeting at their hall and another In tho streets last night. Attendance was not larger than usual and the remarks of the speakers were mild. are much perplexed by an Incident that developed last night In connection with arrangoments for the execution. Illllstrom expressed a to wear a dark suit, which had Olllcors do-sl- ro been under lock and key with his oth- er offects. Deputy Warden A. C. lire of the Stato prison, brought out the suit and examined it preparatory to having it pressed. Ho discovered tho which is the name name "Morrlt-on,of the man of whoso murder was convicted, written in Indelible ink on the white lining of J Hill--stro- m tho suit. When ho reported to HUstrom that bo had found a name on tho suit. Illllstrom Inquired whether tho namo was '.'Morrison," and said bo believed It had been placed thero by "eomo detectives at the county jail." Illllstrom said tho suit was bought for him by a friend after bis arrest. The suit however, officials at tbo prison say did not fit Illllstrom. It was much to largo for him. Mrs. J. 0 Morrison, widow of tho murdered I man, says her husband had a suit ' similar to tho ono under Investigation and that the writing resembles o that of her husbrnd, but sho Is to Identify tho suit positively as bis. Another suit was obtained by Illllstrom to wear at bis execution. un-ablt ( CAST 0 RIA Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR Forest conservation In Kentucky means: 1. The use of every acre of land lot more valuable for the production jf agricultural crops, orchards, or inst tire for the production of forest crops. 2. The complete utilization of all imbcr, logs and other forest pro- 'ucts cut in the woods, so far as bu- tnnlv possible and commercially feasible. 3. The placing under competent 'conomlc control those natural which make for the perpct-mtlo- n of our forests as capital so hat our forests represent a sound. 'ong-tlni- e business Investment. This, 'ast proposition may he accomplished as follows: Dy the protection of our forests rom forest fires. The annual dam-g- o from this suurco from 1911 to '914 was f 3.10,000 each year. The ecords of the office of tho Stato Forester show that In 1914 in eighteen 0 ounties 112 fires burned over acres, damaging mature timber to the extent of $21,621.75; young growth to tho extent of $GO,207.27, (buildings and and improvements fences) to tbo extent of $7,121.00. Tho causes or theso fires so far as ascertainable, during this same year (1911) wcro; railroads, S; brush burning (chiefly clearing of land), 7S; Incendiary, 5; hunters (Including coon, bee, nut aud possum bun-ers- ), 3; saw10; miscellaneous. mills, 4, and unknown. 34. It is een that over 70 per cent of tho 'mown causes could ho directly be 'ttrlbuted to carelessness; and, the unknown causes, it is irobablo that fully 90 per cent of the '42 fires reported wero duo to nnd easily preventable. Forest fires cause tho following daniago: o 1. They either destroy entirely timber or seriously lower tho rado of what is not actually destroyed and offer points of attack for nbsequent insect depredations aud fungus decay. 2. They destroy entirely or seriously Injure young growth, thus prcvent-'n- g tbo renewal of tho forest by a vlg irous and healthy second growth. 3. They reduco tbo solf fertility by destroying tbo valuablo humus (tho vcgctablo portion of tbo soil) and thus reduco tho productlvo capacity of tho forest area. Ily tho protection of our forests from insects and fun ind wood-lot- s gus depredations. Tho locust borer t has completely destroyed largo numbers of valuablo black locust planta- tlons In Kentucky. 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IN- a" Hcsoiirrcs. ..mress ' Ml communications to fnclns a bond Issue on top of a war Resource. ?(!S,1 2.2U Loans and Discounts rb Hartford Republican tax which wo aro paying In times of Loans nnd Discounts. . ,f 210, Offr-i- iS Overdratts, secure! and peace. It seems to us that the party Overdrafts, secured and , UBfcs.rtlUlins J TICK IO 00 902.20 unsecured unsecured In power Is cutting Its own tnroat e Stocks i onds mid other' rtlr ililn a 'h tiTwiii ' it The neonle ns a whole are In favor of j Stocks, Honda and other int irlvf uhmiM iililiv" In Miiliiif .27,712.72 Securities Securities 105.00 Dm Increased armv and navy but r .,7 4 ,.S S 4fi.G0S.90 Due from Banks they Will readily bc thnt such a Duo from Iinnks h m l.nml" mi I .iitkv li vrr IIwm 1 ,5S .20 4,570. 1ft Cash on hand hn.HMiHwiiiiiwMiHiii ,and with a hlfih Cash on hand jin gOOS j1HMli .mm ... t)Mi ,rn. U" 'in tn Checks and other cash ofjlv- - Banking House, Furni,tnriffi innimuci, ns tho cost pr Inn. imiiie.r In 'lv f. 2,000.00 items ture ami Fixtures 1,41.73, still fours under free trade nnd V fvliM tfw, t.m tor ChMri-Hanking House, Furniture the people are forced to pay by di ,Pf !" will i.vlv ?302,S6Q.01 1,000 00 Total and Fixtures intnnniirttti miiii" 4 rect taxation for tho same results ti i n Mobilities. 00 Other Heal Fstate we formerly added to the price of Other Assets not Included orelgn goods a'ul at the same time Capital Stock paid in, ? 2S.000.00 In cash under any of above be deprived of protection they will Cam'corlir.i S1,5Q0.00 .". 00 Surplus Fund heads Tavor high tariff principles In 1D1C. 3 r.rcaora' fndlvldod Profits, losfl expenses taxus and Total .$si,i;:r.fi2 DKLlBKRATK MISQUOTATION ' Fid DA V, NOVK.MBKR 1!I. paid 2.074.25 The Hartford Herald this week Liabilities. has resorted to the -- artie tactics it Deposits subject Capital Stock paid in, in used to exonerate llamlott for his to check. . .$104.4.,0.2:? For President 10 10 r cash $2.1,000.00 0 disgraceful conduct In olllce. It Time Deposits 133.S44.50 244,291.7:! Surplus Fund CHARLKS W. FAIRBANKS. 12.i-.000 seems that the Herald can put quoof Indiana. exUndivided Prollts, Total 302.S59.01 tation marks about any part of a penses and taxes paid. S.l I l.C. sentence and twist It around to suit Deposits subject Much interest is being sho'vn ! their needs in tho case. Here is a State of Kentucky,) to check $2,2r.0.4 1 Hartford and other towns of Ol.Io statement we made in these columns: )Sct. Demand Certicounty in me coinrnE uiiiioimiuu.us ,.Tie Democrats haVe contested every County of Ohio. ) ficates ofMJe- Several of our most cuosn e,PCt01, for county oinces, of postmasters. t . i. i. nuri'.iiru iinu dim. " ' . 00 be maU prominent citizens are said to .hen ,he KupilIlcallII won, for ,a. Harnes, President and Cashier of the ,."". Deposits. i5,2S7.r.r, Tlmo ing MrmiR bids Tor the place here. solemnly This is tIl0 above named Hank, do lwemv vm 00 Certified Chucks Ofco.-.-.s,. there will bono change un-i- ,. 0ntP. swear that tho above statement N lln,i til Mr. Martin's time is out next June. inent: "For the-- past twenty years the true to the best of our l:nou'tdc Cashier's checks 00 40. 4D:l 97 5j outstanding . . Jle has mado a good olficlal and Democrats have contested almost and belief. Due Hanks and Trust Com- 4here Is no kick coining as to the cvorv election in uuio county, uur I. P. BARNARD. President. 00 panics manner In which he has discharged ,intpracnt was lrue nlld We backed it JNO. II. BARNF.S. Cashier. Notes and Bills Kedis- his duties. In Beaver Dam, we hear up with figures showing where the Subscribed and sworn to before no counted applicants. o there are twenty-seve- n Democrats have contested seven of- me this 24th day of November. liil.". Unpaid Dividends III) The fact that Hon. Ben Johnson is fices in tho last twenty years. We MARSHALL BARN'KS. 00 Reserve for taxes .here has given rise to much com- were willing to excuse the Herald Notary Public. 00 Hills Payable ment and speculation about the ICxpires January My Commission for misquoting tho law on granting Other Liabilities not In-- j certificates to school teachers. Now, 23, 191S. eluded under any of Correct AWes.t: ' they have again re00 above heads Wc see articles in the dally papers however, since 0. H. BARNES, to the same tactics, we prefrom Louisville about tho enthusiasm sorted C. P. AUSTIN, facts in the Total .$.m,i::.i 02 being shown over the Hell of Liberty sent to our readers the JNO. H. BARNES. case and they may form their own 3j I which sent its glad tidings of freeDirectors. opinion of the matter. State of Kentucky.) dom echoing from the walls of old )Sct. Philadelphia at a time when AmeriReport of the Condition of the The First Work or "Preparedness." County of Ohio. ) ca in Its infancy felt the weight of Wilson Is urging upon Wc, Alvin Rowe and J. C. Riley. the British yoke. We wonder if thePresident the necessity of military DUNDEE DEPOSIT BANK nation Vice President and Cashier of the children are aware of the fact those Doliif: Business at the Town of and naval preparations, not for war, above named Hank, do solemnly that there are thousands of people Dundee, County of Ohio, State of avoiding swear that the above statement Is right hero in Kentucky today who but as the surest method warmly sup of Kentucky, at the Close of war; and in this he is true to the best of our knowledge arc allowed no more voice in the Business on 10th l.i. of a vast majority of people and belief. .making of the nation's laws than our ported by fc Xo ember, 11)1.1. of all parties not including William ALVIN ROWE. V. I'res. forefathers of 17G0 had at that time. J. Bryan. Q J. C. RILEY, Cashier. This state Is bo districtesd as to put a Resources. The President's Idea of preparedSubscribed and sworn to before This state is so districted as to put a ness now centers In an abundance Loans and Discount's . . . .$42,361. S2 nie this l'jlh dnyof November, 151.. ties In tlie same district with Repubof ships forts, munitions and trained Overdrafts, secured and My Commission Expires Jan. 22, lican counties to carry that district men, all these aro necessary to put 320.20 lltlS. unsecured R. R. RILEY. party. This for tho Democratic Repott of Hit C'TIMon of t'u Repon of (lie Condition of the our defenso on such a footing that Due from Hanks 12.034. OS .Votary Public. method is called Gerrymandering. It 2,i23.61 will respect our right.-an- Casli on hand McHENRY DEPOSIT BANK. R0CKP0RT DEPOSIT BANK Correct Attest: has been reported to by tho party in other nations Checks and other cash avoid belligerent acts. .1. C RILEY, power in this state for years. No DoliiK Business nt the Tonn of lining buslines at the nun tit items 07.02 This is wise and right, but there i ERNEST WOODWARD. matter what party resorts to such ' Roil, port, (Yuiiti of Olllo.'l M"tem. Coillitv of Ohio, i.s Bunking House, Furniture F. M. HOOVER, means, it is a thing which should he another kind of preparedness that Suif of Kc!i(icK., .it the State of Kcuttichx. at Hi , as essential to our national sate- 3.07O.07 and Fixtures ' Directors. Cio.tMlf eliminated. It is i:i direct contra- Justas is on I(,l' i'Iiw" of tiislms mi lotti ty thnt which r'atcs to our Du diction to the very fundamental prinof Nov., Illlo. ilaj nl ovenilicc, l!M.". 140. 4 Total Mr. Wilson! .100. str'iiMh, and ciples of our nation end it Is exceedlcMrt of tho Condition of tho Inabilities;. no merely ipnorr It hut has placed ing fatnuigc that so little is said about Reou rccs. Resources. Cnpitnl Stock paid in, in 'ilmself in opposition thereto. BANK OF HARTFORD. it. 'Loans nnd DicuuntA . . . . I2i,0 13. 17 Loans and Discounts. . . $:tii.iie,; The European war must end some j cush 1, 000.0ft Doiut Business in the Tovn of Overdrafts, secured and Overdrafts, secured and 2,750.00 A split in tin' Democratic ranks In Mme In ih near future, cither in vlr-- j Surplus Fund '; unsecured 281.00 Hitrtroiil, County of Ohio, unsecured tory for one side or the other, or In Undivided Profits, less 191C is im certain a the ncninat'oii Stocks, Bonds and other Stocks, Bonds and other State of Kentucky, nt tho penses and taxes psld. apreement to ciw're fighting' 790.M Of Wilson for The 00 Securities CIom' if Business m the Securities of Mr. Pryrn from the Cab-lu- brought about bv exhaustion. When Deposits subject Due from Banks 821.00 Due from Banks loth Diiy of Xuveiii- 4.10" 'UChting has $15,123.61 and armies ore to check was, in Hint time. conkkri ' 1,586.67 Cash on hand 'Cash on hand her, itll.". U.J'.l 'llbaiifled they will return to impov- - Time Deposits. $20,483.10 41.C03.80 his exit lroin tuo arena of nawoua) .Checks iind' other, cash Checks and other cssh -rlslied lands, neglected farms, rulu- He was considered politics. drcd item, 00 Items Kesoucce. ed cttics nnd vanished business. The Total ..rr,i4C.4i, Loans and BlHConnts. . both in regard to his political li.ili Bunking House, Furniture $ltit,716. OS 'Banking House, Furniture He is now millions of soldiers now fljrhtlnK must once and his prominence. 5,351.13 and Fixtures overdrafts, secured and and FKtures 4,7ml 0o take up their former peaceful pur- State of Kentucky.) 'coming back' with a lecture entitled .' 2,2 if,. 00 Other Real Kstatu no 817.63 Other Real Estate unsecured )Sct. 'Tho LessotiF of tho Present War suits and begin the long, grinding Other Assets not luelud- Stocks, Bonds and other Other Assets not includwo,k of Win the price of war. It 'County of Ohio. ) wherein he shows that he was amply ed under any of sIm)o . Securities 0.300.00 ed under any of above Wo, S. P. .McDowell and S. J. Wel-ic- r, Rrievous toll of years, of Jusltfled in his action. While he j wiU ." 00 heads Due from Banks IU.31M.07 heads ,S91 2v President and Cashier of the """ration, and thene inillions must to his resignation makes no l,n :.''.( Cash on hand with mosser wngos. for above named Ban!;, do solemnly ho subtly loads his hearers along bP Total $33,1S1.27 Checks and other cash Total 1(12,734 4'.' lines of thought wliiell bring them to "npl'al has gone and hut n small por-th- e swear that the abovo btatement is Liabilities. 1.27S.U3 items Liabilities. "Tho pence ron,nS at firM wl" II0 a,,Iu to "(1 truo to the bes,t of omj knowludge Banking Hom-u- , doslred cnncliihion. Capital Stock paid hi, 1'iirnl-- ' Capital Stool; paid in. in and belief. Pl,ce- - Tll 'oll nf of tho world is the cam.- lylnt- - near- - work Pt in cash $1 ',000.00 , . .$ifi.0ilii on 4,000.00 cash ture and .Fixtures. . . . S. P. McDOWlCLL, President. my heart" were tho words i10 rope has been spent for munitions of Surplus-Fu- nd l.UOO.OO Surplus Fund Other Assets not includfi.OOU 0 .S. J. WKLLKR, Cuslijer. war, and much of It has been spoilt spoke to Wilson. He is flatly oppos- Undivided Profits, los ox- ed under any of abovo Undivided I'rofits, less ox- Subscribed and sworn to before, mo military propaganda In , America. It must be brought ed to Wilson's penses and taxes paid. L'1",'.m; penses and taxes iid. heads l.Gftn.'s 2Si HI Im'-kday nt November, If) 15. and there Is only one way to this because ho says nrniliiK the nation to Deposits subject Deposits subject My Commission Kxplres January the teetli Is not the means by which recover it. America must buy Kuro-pen- n il,lSn.l7 S'JOT.lftL'.Sil jto check to check Total $12,9.1.S2 products, and these products 29, 1010. HUGH C. ACTON. peace of the country and of tho world ' Demand CertiDemand Certl- Liabilities. Notary Public. can bo assured. Tb's lecture has con-- 1 must be put on the American market f" ficates of 'De- Ilea t us of Do- .. Capital Stock paid In, verted hundreds of Mr. Bryan's Jo!- -' t prices that will hu less than the 00 posit posit 00 ? 10.000.00 in cash To Oup I'i'iemls mid Patrons. lowers who had deported him after coit of homo manufacture. That will Deposits. '.CIG.r.7 Time Deposits. 18,208.111 20,000.00 'Titno Surplus Fund We dcslro to extend our appreciahe deserted his country In Its hour! b easily dono under our presunt 00 fortified Checks Certified Checks 00 Tariff law, whicli aproaches Free-Trad- tion to friends nnd patrons for the Deposits subject to peril. Tin of Ciibhlcr's checks Cashier's checks , $57, 657.33 up behind bpritiB liberal patronage they have given uk. check will 17 14.Sil7.31 outstanding . . iiillstandliiK .. 275.UO 3l,4.1.r When peace lias cancelled war III in nnd the man who held the reins in tho pant and Hie retiring member Titno Deposits $80,0 14.14 MC.ii01.77 Duo Banks nnd Trust ComDue Banks and Trust Comand closed factories in this coun-Ir- y of tho firm bespeaks tho bttuio con- Dun Banks am! Trust tit tho Baltimore convention will op- -' panies 00 panies 00 tiioro will come n time when Companies 207.03 poso tho Wilson sideration for Mr. Her in tho future. Notes and Bills Rudis-countNotes and Bills Rcdis- depression will bring It direful S4.0O Unpaid Dividends ILKR &. BDACK. 00 counted 1, Out). on eonsoiteneox and If, atop of (hat, j Unpaid Dividends 00 Unpaid Dividends on is no Protective Tariff to check Military preparedness and tree there $207.102. SO Total IMPORTANT XOTICK. for taxes 00 Resurvo for taxes oo I will keen tlm SliecilT'M ollln- - minii trade are two things whicli it stems Kuropean undorsolliiiR our condition BIlli: Payable i.r.00.00 Bills Payable . . , 00 tiro Impossible to link together. When may bo as bad as though wo were on each night until K o'clock from State of Kentucky,) Other Liabilities not Other Liabilities not Wilson sots his machinery to work physically nt tho murcy of a lorelgu now until Tuesday night, Xowuihcr )Set. under any of olitdod under f on his low tariff theories, he finds invador. County of Ohio. ) :10th imlu.dvo. 'ihoso or Hartford 00 above bonds Q abovo heads . . The vory first work of prepared-elojuto- d nuil immediato vicinity will confer a that the preparedness gcnir become Wo, J. W. Ford and C. O. Hunter. up. Tim scheme for a ttrnt- - "'' should be a strshxUt upward ro fiuor by cnlliuK at my ofllro tit night President and Cashier of the abovo . 1K1. 27 Total Toial $02,734. coinmndtt-bi- s virion or the Tariff, thnt Ainerloan ar army and navy W to pay I heir laves. This rMjuoHjJ.--, pamed Bank, do solemnly swear (hat -hushiMs ni'1 the Amerlettn work-nis- n tcc;it tb" one little mstter no dial tliitko coming fiiun a '"'.ue above statemeut Is tiuu to the SUlo f Kflnttuthjr.) Ute of ICentuolty,) .made nisy be Prof set el. )6M. f funds with which to carry then dfktanre can lie waited on with the bit.1 of our knowledge, end belief. County of Ohio. ) !u-s- l atlt. It is a ov (hat nil peo;do of all deLij. B doln;; this )ou will coitaty of Ohio, ) J. W. POUD, Pre ,1.1 cut. Si d.U N'otlre. We, J. g. Bruith and L. C. Brown, V We, A. D. Park and J..I. , MdS of l)i' Meet may so the n"'" C. 0. HUNTER, Cai'Mer. confer a favor on both i:m u '1 thosn ' Fver'c'" who expeetH to orrtivy f isau tho country. Plea o re'iicmbnr Brc'"Me tariff with tbe'eon-- i Bui scribed and tworu to before President aud Osshler of the above ProeMent uiid Cashier of the aiovi t ivrn'fl 1n !ro In ii w ti-- ' . in r fHr Tl"MtT wnst p y that v!cn the iKx.ks are c!r..e:l Tti0s luo this 23U day of Novcmber, 1815. named Bank, do solemnly f wear that ' named Bank, do soiemwhy swear hat r, fln t'io tw "" 't WU'l'd col-- J the -- IK, I ir udm! 'In K . .',!l ov Rlftht, Xovefrber 30th, that we the iCieve t.tntrirent Is truo to the' the above statement la true t 'h MABOABBT MAKK8, , for. tfn ? 'iMf "ttirer v!ih beat of our V.no,l 'luu and belief. Notary Public. best of our knowledge and belief. Id re n, n.'i - .: nr u ; i ;ir's, trill, WMfer the law, be i oiupete4 t 'li i o i, r v r c i' ' ;,'i i J, A SMITH. PreHhleut. expiree Febrtury My A. D. PARK; PVasldeiM. colteet the peunlty fit m ewjmM lulled, .1 '! 1. 1: It, .m l . .ire ttiu-- t ,. (, i e h. O. BIIOWN, Cashier. m 11. JAS. I. IIOSIOIC, Cashb r ilhtt Uttit not paid. Ho ) i "(d 'i in ' ' t i. on en- - ibetoMi Wcdueattey, Uereinbee m !'i li 'iif bi,p it Stteaerthed sad sworu to before me Correet-Attea- t; nhaeribed and sworn to b ) tlM tale IM day at November. 11 B. m Uls IsiMi djcy pf November. 1 ' sh artieiv rtwtu or the? essl pujr jrimr uxm anU theselwr J. O. TUOMAJ. My Commission Bnlrea January ,nrt ws sold lit LBB SIMM RMAN. '! m riulwd to ri? letore the avoid the penalty. Ill liX Comwtseisu Ixplreji Janw A. M. SMITH, 0, 1910. a certain nerestit or tee pur- - !.euuruinaent starts. ROW'AK HOMUQOIC. S. O. KKOWK. . .1. T. BJtIU." Notary Public. liuse jirUi went into the German 194 E C. HAMRASS, Mfcr. Directors. Sherlir Ohio Count), Notary Public bu-liif- -s ilw tintv mi fhts tame plan but nt il h VntUMrr cnt wo happen to have at the head of tu l . . . 'Hint nmll V1HMf nt th ,.lt. 1.n ' un.u mm our government a pany !' Itcport of the Condition of tho , war colters. Wc could and, have In ; II. the past, build up our own army ruid R w,w - -- "- m FlnnQit RanV . ! pros- -- Itcport of the Condition of the Doing Business of Beaver Dam, County of Ohio, Stnto of Kentucky, at tho Close of Business on f (It It Day of Xuv., I 111.".' '"("" nt the Town CITIZENS BANK. ilnlnK business nt the town of lluitfonl, County of Ohio, State of Kentucky, at the sswras0seisflw I ' r Reduction M illinery 5 tf Your ( ... I s IIo-'- -!, ir"i"f 1" 1 -- iH-- 1 oth-rin- B ... lllVITII-flll-ll- ". li t3..E. lime for buying Vinter S Millinery is growing short. or your Hoi iday HAT must soon be made. Your arrangement Ji $ I ks ' SPECIAL , .' ,.,,, ALL PATTERN HATS ,i. ,1 i g will enable you to buy a fine hat at half price. ; All the new things in Winter ! S Millinery are represented in our g stock, and you can have a new hat at the price you want to pay. V i P. Barnes & Bro. I Beaver Dam, Ky. I d iiti-illt- i j phy-dc'a- i . st . . -- I J rcr.-reno- I "' n't 1 - "' Ku-Cf- st . o. i j j or-do- rs J j hus-Inos- H ed Ros-urv- In-a- , yt-r- "r ..$, 1 i Hot-fck- ! ) Com-ftiael- oa t t i , 1 . . iav lll. i .... Pr a 2. m. t - y Is In Miss lioronn Konl, Howling Ureon, llio guest of friends and rolntlvcs Hartford nml vicinity. , A 'DEATHS IN OHIO COUNTY. Mih. Mary Ward. Mrs. Mary Ward, of No littlo chllil nf Mr. nml Mrs. Win. THEY, 1 -j- If Warning, living nbout one niilo west of Mcllcnry, IIiIh county was badly burned last Friday evening. Its clotliliiR caught flro from an open grnto whllo Its mother was absent Iroin tlio homo a few uilnutox. ( J t ldutalt. "d'lr im Ui'tn'nnJ ClnlAttn't 1! vi j.A 111 V. .r J Dull I all KM. I CIMs SU and t.,i:tia C al.'. hile Hack Dull CaiJ, JPgy Tteni Bones Thar V Rn-it Straight 3on.es In Educator Miooi llOSNTK') nil fatigur, nml r'l t'.r r;lyr ilia the: liiminn feet arc lit it ft. . Get your v' pHHl-looki- r; alli'ii'P, lnli.ii',timiti"i. ' . Plioc.- - nre wlat Immics, n.rn. Ii.iniotit, mke rfDUrATO, rati, tint .Vet, ( t!i. luthc ...i. . wnr.i ' ' ih'rt 1.35 el !, flat irti, in, txmr , "or fi.e rr-- ; r V. r ,1 -- vc i, rcltcve f ;... bent 1 7. , I" i. ,i , i i"iimit,r ue'e t. ., c.mc .V i 3 '. ) til' '. ilimild. . g Sec llitit ( M.inmli'i r lect s'H'tt : ' . f 'ly ':'))(... toii" ! . .; i' lr.in's tul" l ; i roemy, mi' c yo'.r c t' . t , '. v. - " T!- - .t I . i .i..:i n in; ui'cn ir" ' VJ fl Hartford Republican. KIIIAV, NOVKMHin. HO. I... II. A ST. I.. It. II. TDIIf TAlll.K. Ko. 113 due at Kllmitch S:3 i. in. No. 110 duo at mini I tch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 I.v. Kllmltch .. 3: 10' p. in. Ar. Irvington . . .r:3r p. in. I.v. Irvington . . nrfiO p. in. Ar. l.oulsvlllo . 7:40 p. m. No. Ill I.v. Louisville .. 8:3." a.m. Ar. Irvington ..10:00 u. m. I.v. Irvington . .10:40 a. m. 1:01 p. in. Ar. Kllmitcli ... SI., II. A I.. II. II. TI.MB TAIIIiK. South Hound, No. 115 8:45 a. in. Due at. Hartford North Hound, No. C:15 p. m. Due nt Hartford lit (Hoth "MImmI Trains.) mj KJ'S 1 IvJ'H SISSfSi..L3ESB CAIIUV I.V STOCK A I.AUUK Iil.VK OP Shot Guns, Rifles cil'XS, SIIKIiLS. H'l'C AMSU'MTIO.V, And t.u(.'i:t A u.iivl fully ioiiie.t the larK-e.- jou to rail and Hue of Shot (.'uns, Ullles, Aiiimuiiltioii, Shells Ae., ever linuiKlit' I" Hurtforil. Goods the Best and Prices the Lowest. u. s. Carson CJHOCKKYSIAN, HARTFORD, U. S. Carson. KY. For American wlro Fcnco, call on 10tt For Shijrstufrimd fuodhm 0ls sec Acton Hros. Far blcTbrBftlns sqo Jlolbrook Ky. & i Weal KtaU jetty's Tarks. Hwtford. ' '" For FrMbOyatcrs eall l IlMtearant. Will deliver wremto or mornlag. a"Mrs. S. k"Cm re Owl. tI-Ul- Hubber Hoofing and Paint can be at Acton llros. Hon. Hen Johnson of Washington was In town a few days this week on llllsIlK'HS. Kverlyn Clark Slispes Mazy and spent the week end with their parents at Suniiydale. Do you rcniunuiur those good dinners you have gotten at Methodist ladles bazaar's in the past? Mr. Dave Johnson, was tlio guest of his sihtors, Mrs. J. P. Sandorfur and Sirs. Voider lmt week. Mr. J. SI. Miller, of Echols, this county. 1h nsslMtliig Sheriff S. O. In his rush In collecting lCeowii taxes. Don't forRi'iT The McTliodiil Indies boftln their baxaar in the bnse-nieof the church Nov. .".0, and It lasts three days. SIHtses Nells Alford, lieu la h Palmer. und Elizabeth Davidson spent the week end with SUM Salliu Cole-nuue.ir Paradise. Mr. Frank Foreman of Harlnud was called here Wednesday on of the death of his grandfathor. Sir. William Koroiuan. SIIs Eva Hutlcr, who is In school hero was called to her home near Fordsvlllo on account of the serious Illness of her father. Sir. Henry lirltlln, of near Owcns-borwho was formerly connected with the Disle Minstrel Co., is vlblt-in- g his inothor here. Itabblts Wan tcI Will pay S apiece for drawn rabbits, heads on. Slust not be Miot to pieces. W. E. EI.L1S & HHO. Sllsses TfiiliT" lIiit;. Slary I.aura Pendleton and Neulnh Slooro spent with Miss Willie Linil-lelliu week-ennear Centcrtown. Sirs. A. U. Hoehnr of Birmingham. Aln, was In Hartford a few days last week. She was the guest of Sirs. W. C. Sehlemmer while here. Mr. A. nKlrk"vriftto Owens-lior- o on a business trip and while thero ho was sworn in before Judgo EvaiiB to pnictlco boforo the Federal bar. Mr. ami Aim. 11. E.I.io Simitipr- muu loft Wodnwdny for Nashvlllo whoro they will vlult tholr daughtor, Mls Winnie, who li lit uchool at that place. The kUiig!luir"wllf h open rtKUlarly every FTnlny and Baturday nit.!ils. I11 order to gtvu the ou .j? la.ilei an oiptnnlty to larn to skate the rink will be open to thru evi.ry B.fur'jiv ataruoon. hud nt n, nt o, d y, Wr. ami Mr. C. P. ElUton. '' w na J. f. C.VaBBIH. Mi. We Bre'ewre If you wo abb' Hud Juat vbt- Tvi wsut for - v - jftas Frenl Wne 3unio from an oxteadeU at .DuncloB. rtlirncl vtoH to day Djnnar you hvo yat to 1 Black a ylsit. for we hav. : Her goods and cortalnlr do ayr ' " seeing the trailing faces of our pleased customers. Double barrel, brccch-loadlnKupllsh hammer shot gun. Special by W. C Scott & Son, Lon.lolm Malign. Mr. John llaugn, of near Magan, don. Has very fine action, 2!) Inch barrel, 12 gauge, H'6 stock, 3 drop, died jit his home la&t Saturday mornl'atcmt recoil rod, Oun cost new $100. ing, after a short Illness. Tlio death wns not altogether unexpected as Mr. Price $10. llaugn had been In very poor health A. V. LOUAN, Harlford. Mr. C. M. Ilnrnolt and son, Allison for some time previous. Funeral servlcos were conducted wont to Nashville Monday where they entered the Korlo Infirmary. by Kev. T. I Metcalf at the re;.! AUIkou underwent a minor opera- dunce. The remains were interred tion Tuosdry morning and Is ex- at Sugar Grove ccmetary Sunday The people of his neighbopected to bo completely recovered rhood will nilfu this good old man. la n few, days. The physicians have not definitely diagnosed Mr. Jlarnell'8 Oe((. W. Maihlov. cue yet but they will probably oper- ' The sudden death of lMr. Ocorgo ate in his cno also. Mrs. Harnett r. C. (). Hunter went as far ins W. Maddox, of Washington neighbor-- i hood of lieart dhoaso takes one more Madlsonvlllc. valuable rltlzcn from Ohio county. years Mr. Maddov wrs seventy-tw- o Special For Friday and Satiu-ilay- , of age. The burial wns at Hell Hun November -- (I and -- 7. graveyard Saturday morning at ten Cocoa .. ir.c o'clock. Evaporated Peaches Corn, Peas, Hominy, Kraut, Kid. II. I. liiimti. Pumpkin and'Toinatoes, No Kid. II. P. Ilrown wns stricken l."c per can 2 for 2 boxes Oatmeal l.c with paralysis last Stonday night and died within a short while afterward 1 box :(0c Oatmeal with China. . .l!.c 1 bag Hen Feed $2. HI at his home. :: cans Salmon Eld. Urown was in charge of the -- .e following Baptist churches nt the J. C. time of ills death: Smallhouso, West Wllsim to Show Congress Menus Providence and Sit. Carmel, Sltihlcn-bur- g county. He had Just begun a To liaise .Money. President series of meetings nt West ProviNov. 22. Washington, WIImiii will Indicate in his annual dence and wns delivering a sermon message to Congress which he 13 now when lie became ill. A useful life wns thus ended and writing liow, In his opinion, the money necessary to provide for national this good man will surely receive his defense as proposed by the Adminis- reward In the other world. tration may be raised. Sir. W. 1. Foreman. This was Indicated as the result of Sir. W. P. Foreman one of Hartlast night's conference between the President and Representative Fitz- ford's oldest citizens was buried In gerald, of New York, chairman of the Oakwood cemetery yesterday afterwere House Appropriation Committee. Sir. noon. Tho burial ceremonies Hart-'foril Fitzgerald, in urging the President conducted by the masons of Lodge No. C75 F. & A. SI. question, called atto deal with the "Pap" Foreman will be greatly tention to the fact that the President so by Coligress. missed by the people of Hartford, was authorized to do Some of the President's advisers, lie was ix highly respected citizen however, have told him that Inas- and enjoyed the friendship of everymuch as the House hassole author- body who know him. He was more ity to originate revenue legislation, than S5 years of ago and until rehe ought not to appcur to U3iirp that cently had been enjoying unusually good health for one of his age. He power. A number of Democratic leaders in had been a Mason for nearly 50 Congress, including Sir. Fitzgerald ye.ars. The reward of a noble and and Senator t'nderwood, are opposed well spent life is Justly nnd truly to a bond Issue to provide for the his. defense plans, because such expenditures would have to bo continued Death of Sir. It. Stevens' Little. Son. Tile four year old son of ?.lr. It. from your to jerr. prac- Stewart, of No Creek died Tuesday The President will lay aside tically all other work this week In night of diphtheria. The remains wore vburted ,ln (Jarson grave yard order to linve, if poslble, his in tlio hands of the public prin- Wednesday. Sir. Stovens also has a littlo daughter boforc ThanksgiWiig day. The PrAildent in his mescige probably ter afflicted with the soma. disease; will stress the in.nortanre of legisla- she Is critically ill. tion for Increai'L' 1:1 the i'rniy and Sir. T. E. Butler. merchant iur.ne; rural croJlts; Sir. T. B. Butler, of Shree, died greater men sure ol t. and Tuesday after a lingering illness of lor tho Filipinos: c'i-vntlo- n ratification ol the llaltlen, Colum- several weoks. lie was a prominent man In Ohio county nnd made the bian and Nicnrngti.iu treaties. Although tho President may not race for Sheriff against Sir. Keown In refer to all 01' tho subjects In his tho last elect ion. Sir. Hutlcr loaves surviving him a message at the oponlng of Congross, wife, a son and a daughter. Miss Eva tho program which the Administration hopes to neo disposed of during Butlor, who Is a member of the class '1G in Hartford College. The class the coming session includes: Strengthening the army and navy sent a. beautiful wreath of ilowers to In accordance with tho plans out- be placed on tho casket. and lined by Secretaries Garrison VliiRer Prints or New Horn Babes Dunlola. In order to ascertain positively the A Merchant Marine Bill. Identity or a child. Inspector Faurot, Kunil credits legislation. detective bureau, thinks Ratification of tho Hntlen, Co- head of the Impressions of the fingers of both lumbian and Nlcaraguan treaties. mother and child should be made at The bill to give a greater measthe time of the child's birth. InI'hllll-plne- s to the ure of spector Faurot, when asked 'about nnd promising ultimate Indethis, said pendence. "Tho Idea of making fingerprint Conservation measttro which failed impressions of mother nnd child as of llnal passage at tho last session. Is born, has receivlaws soon as the child Amendment of tho anti-trued a good deal of consideration tlio so as to nllow tho uso of common two years. It Is only one feaselling agents abroad by American last ture of tho fingerprint system, but it exporters. Importnnt one. While I have Legislation to protect tho Ameri- Is an Mumping" not nindo any specific recommendacan market 'against tho tions to nny State or Federal board of cheap foreign products following that such a system bo adopted, I tho European war. recommended it in general and Amendment of tho Sherman anti- have huvo often spoken In Its behalf. trust lrtw so us to glvo tho Federal "Tho benollts derived from such a Government more power to prosecute nieasuro would bo almost Infinite. comolotu t Interfere with American Fhould bo used In till merce by blcnMiiK up factories and The systoni largo public nnd prlvato institutions, ship. oapoclnlly Jioepltuls. ' "It will Insure that the mother, 100 100 Reward, between the time of hor confinement Tho renJerH of this paper will bo and the' time wbeii sbo Is strong leant 0110 Sleawd to learn tlmt Jlicre Is atlias tan dlsenati thai sclunce to receive tho.cMM, a time to oure In all Ua stage, mid that n able Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is tlio only that is often fraught with ersvo noclllvo oure now known to tho m&IU.il. . will bn gtven lur own child. fraternity. Cat mil bolng-- a constitution ilr t. illsrase, rciiulr. s a eonstltutloail knows how No one, of Hall's Cat.irrh Cure la taken mistakes ami carelassncRs, acllnn; illroelly upon the bloI throus-and mucous surfaces of the system, tin Hie mother i plvcu the wron child, destroy in tho foundation of the and Blvlnir the nnllent atrengtli W bi.i it U safe to say, wlaUkea occur biillilliiu-- up tliu conitliutton and nsalsilnir nature in ilolnr Its work. The proprlotom only too often. have so much faith In Hh curutlvo row"Tho system will alto tend to do el's that thoy offer One Hundred Dollars for any rase tlmt It fills to cure. Svna lh io fWnnMtBRt The Ident if ;. ii fur Address: K J. CIIBNIST & CO.. Toledo, O. tity of a child' motltur coubl easily Raid bv all DruRelsls. 76c. Take Hall's Knmllr nil for comllpatloa. be traeed nnd conditions Inveitlgat- - I'or Hale. g, Creek, aged seventy-tw- o died suddenly Monday of heart trouble. Her remains were interred Tuesday morning, In the family graveyard, nt ten o'clock. James Ward, liiisbnnd of the deceased 'preceded her last March. JUDGE rs-You YOUR tnfiVWrw A FIRST by iur Jj'Tn. WM'M smsim II ffA rfMS JtwrN lfVtk iiii El TiiuiNrTV iu fnw nc-M- I to r JdftK'iOggESggTn; BKiMBIlKSaBai-'- '1 I JUDGE YOU BY YoUR. CLOTHE.5" BEQAUJE YOUR, CLOTHED AR.E THE TIKST THING PEOPLE .SEE WHEN YoU MEET THEM. MANY A GOOD MAN HA 3 TAILED To GET A POSITION OR BE ADVANCED IN THE POSITION HE DID NOT AND WOULD HE HOLD J BECAU-SNOT "LooK THE PART." COME IN; LET U.S .SELL YOU YoURCLoTHE. THEN YOU WILL "LOOK THE PART." OUR CLOTHE.S WILL FIT, FEEL AND WEAR WELL, AND THE PRICE WILL BE LOW FOR STYLE AND QUALITY. THE-.SPLENDI- "THEY rKST CARSON & CO INCORPORATBn, ! Hartford, Kentucky. - ,:'jj naaMMuMHOHix r'usa AaAAAaAAAiAAAAAsiArAAk'A)A,A. ! DON'T FORGET '! 4'i 1110s-wi- ge To Gall ?1 K ctrcd e See of Ox-i-r B:s Eia-il lO. VH1TP QUfi na-vy- :a omio aim overcoat: HI 1 Ladies Soits 8 Coats I Hub Clot M Company 9 1Icxiri.l'otrc I, Ky, l?Hrwj Xcw York without any means r." Improved. The on his person It will e : of a very young baby make to Identify him within comJust as good lnipresHloua as those of nilults, tho only trouble is tiiey are paratively short time. "Ono reason for tho tardy re very small, and for this reason It tho system has received i3 might bo well to liialio an impresit has always been ass.,ciat' d sion of the foot, which bears as distinct marks of identification as the with criminality. Bauks, ra roals lingers. Of course, tho Stato will al- and other commercial institutions ways have to support institutions for aro using it now. Evcutualb evtry the euro of tho children of poor pnr- - school in the country will ad. pt It, kents, but at least tho rightful parents and then it will he only a diu-- t uiO before everybody will have their will bo known." a recorded Juat as When asked how tho adoption of system could bo brought about and taxes ro recordudi" such a . inspector Fnurot said: Notice. "Tho Idoa would hnvo to l taken We will run our conncrual.or at up throutih aoiuo Influential State or our tretl store oh WVi'miul .y ' Federal one, no as to make It nation- Riitvrday of .Vi I lach wn would bae i wide. A central bureau o olf for toll from ' h' oor1) to b established nnd n nny of tsry ; 1 there. Tho Idea ia infirior cum acci;:. imprtsalon "led . you don't want to , ,..''-- . growing steadily and Ik tound to ' u.. n ,' ehaiuo t6o eah Bventually'evoryoao will be eomo. 19Vjo . u i . r' flMjarnr1trri. Can you imagine what (Irod or v y.for is ,v to . i'.i.' step fonrf.ril t hat will be? It ia ala 1914 1'r.n'. . M ba.: most ijnitfKtiblo to conceive of what lbs MMWlbllHies are. na"Whan (he yU.ni Incomes a tional in '" ""on there will ho no FOR FLETCHER'S noro uublentlned dtiJ. Wten a Chlcijo dies In strango man from cd and perhaps laar-lacotJ i st on be-cat- iso t'l -- troni-men- eou, :r i ' Children Cry 11 CASTOR! j. .s - :wMEagj. th.1 tirwotry'r 1'35S3 WITH THE GERMANS IN RUSSIAN POLAND WILL FILL A WANT! Since the suspension of (he Louisville Weekly Courier-Journa- l, there has been quite .1 demand for a weekly Ken 3ROlTfSi013Ll ,1 mmm yifkcumiirm TVIUJWUl HfriL Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law in Utt and HiljJltuuK couiiUoh, CoimuoraitsJ and Cnnnii.il 1'iiu.Uct' a Specialty. Will tucky newspaper thai given all Ihe more important state , lews, as well as (he geutv ;t news, crisp editorials, ,5$.? x stories, liittely cartoons aiu.' illusti ulloiis. HAimOilD, pmotio hit Klfi &3 .LAMERICAN r Im. It It first la the hurt countrymen. I m of Itl a city where tooit liottls the Powhsun heads the Barnes Attorneys at Law HAKTFOHD, KY. & Smith liio There is no such aoILmi paper as the Twice-a-Wee- k i SiiS&M VHP ' (l.illtcil hy Vivy Woodson.) It comes every Wednesda; Owcnsboro Messcngc: I I ' wSatfsm i;!sjYltltillrr vota; rtilA t ffirtjl vLAJWirJta .s3K5paswffc 9 TJL- - ana banirdny, (10 paes . week or more), and is up-t- o date in every regard. Mes Try the Twice-a-Wee- k jsenger for a year in conuci (ion with the Hartford Repud shs.iii.iiiiiiiiiij.imi.iiiii. A village In 1'olaml Ju.u behind the llrliiK line traiislormoil light base of tills kind ran be moved nt an hours notice I '' i Heart. ,M"Ml1 Into u temporary bane for thu German forces Both papcis, one year fot lie The Towliatan n rfffncJ. ex. It exceland rcildil lent location on rtnnylvania Aveii'ic, 18i and It Slrccti, makes it a desirable lieajqit.if Itrs lor bri'lal coulr, tourist tallies, cotnciitions, Schools and lolltKO. The I'onhatan attracts he people of culture and education. State, War and lit iirosimit)' to UttMtlments, also to man? interest, points of historical makes tint hotel especially at to a discriminating pub tiacmc cluite, .WttktlH V. II. UitriKti (UK) U. H foritf rfmUli uiiiioiuitx' Unit thoj inus-u- . i Hr Clio i;virunil a i.u Ui-- rli ciiltuuiai itml tllvr it l.iw, Air, Smith bjJiiB iVntiny Attir-u-- 0 from pr.ico.viut; such, is iiM.-iKu- l Mr iluvika will liulhidu.Utp ceiMtt ,u o,-- i niicJ pr.ictlcu. Ofriuvi ta tlaruiuci Iti'imblicui bullUliiK. lUru- ID 11, K' el,, T ( Mil .HllJM r riiiunill. Us in rot' In rrfur.i Jtur Ky .av 0TRATTO1N & MARTIN Aitoi ttoyt. nt Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will jiructlLu tliulr iirufvssiun In f.nfn and djulnliig coimtlvs. CuiocUuiii loiiiniL'mul and Crliniiiiil l'ructlco Specialty. Trwiipt mid vlj;oro. service .Notary in office. WOUNDED ITALIANS - ARRIVING AT ROME ..,. ., '51.50. All clubbing subscrip-- i lions should be addressed k Republican, Hartford, Ky. mi The Powhatan offers rotms with detached bath at SI. JO, $2 00 and up. Rooms with pri vatc bull, $2. SO. J3.00 and tip. Write for booklet with mipi CUFFORD It. LEWIS. Hid 1 answer. wTmmibgmmmmmmm.mmiiiSMr .MM iarut,tMKtwrm m h TfTnii.i.hmiiih.iiiiihnnTTnll: i FECIAL TO WOMEr Tho most economical, cloanslug nni germicidal of nil antiseptics Is mi uui. iI Til At. I. Mil 11 , THAT PAY, !! tltf. A soluble Antiseptic Powder to bo dissolved in Water as needed. As && riiss t tl La Bctwl iihkIcL i t.uto r on twtcnuUI, f t( .11 I' i " iUL ta t PASSING MirCf CNCCC. IVrf Hovtttn I ront,.Uo 1 tiiuai Vr1lU D03-"50B ,ri ifaf pr4(, rnrr itt ri,uk- - f fir 4 fy SUn & ro If Sovonth Gtro WASHINGTON, D. C, IRRSrV1 i'"i ' - - ,immsssi I Wounded Italian soldiers taken to Homo and being wnreled by lied Cross nurses in covered litters that protect t$piB from tho sun. CREW OF A DARING SUBMARINE WAR AFFECTS FASHIONS GUARANTEED SKKV1CK Ono hundred per cent Talue. Special work for TV. 0. W. W. F. STEVENS. Hartford, Ky. R. P. D. 7. Representing Continental Marble & Granite Co. in (treating catarrh, Inflammation or ulceration of nobo, throat, and that caused by feminine Ills it has no equal. For ten years tho Lydla E. Plnkhnm Mcdlclno Co. has recommended Paxtlno In their privato correspondence with women, which proves Its superiority. Women who have been cured say It is "worth Its wolgHt In gold." At drusglcts. POo, largo box, or by mall. Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. a medicinal antiseptic for douches Collier's The National Weekly- n Collins First Time-iClubsUntil this - cnr Direotory County Oiilo Circuit Court T. F. Blrkhood. Judge; lien D. Rlngo, Attorney ; W. P. Mldkiff, Jallei. i:. G. Uarrasa. Operated by Clerk; E. E. Ulrkheud. Master R. T. Collins, Trusteo S. O. Hotel Company Jury Fund; Deputies Keown, Sheriff. Hartford. S. A. office .Iiititlcs -- Mrs. S. 0. Keoun uii I'ndor New Management Gilmore Keown. Court convenes first Monday in February uud continues T. QUISENIiEKIlY. three weeks; third .Monday In April, wtxjku; third .Monday In October, Rate- - $1.00, $1.25 nnd $l.no per I)n two two weeks. County Court John I). Wilson, Mc! 25 Cents. Judge; W. C. Ulankcnshlp, Clerk; Ilebt In the city for tin1 money. C. E. .Smith, Attornej. Hartford. Special attention to the travolliiR Court iouvsiics first .Monday In euoli month. Quarterly Court Begins on the public. first .Monday iu ovcry month. Court of Calms Convenes flrsi OWENPBOFO, KY. Tucbday in January nnd first Thus day in October. Other County Off leers-- C. S. Mo HtVBBtsVHHS?CMBKnUnHKBtjSJMMSVSUKBSjl loy, Survejor, FoiMsville, Ky., R F. I). No. 2, Tom I linos, Assessor uiaton, ivj'.; Onu Shulta, Superlu (teutleiit, Uartfonl; Ur. A. U. llllej Coroner, Hartford; an. T. H. Uentoti ET 'Hir 'JM .TJIV lload Engineer, llartrord. 1 tTrrrirr n TftM ubb a? a owj JUSTICES' CO b UTS. E Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft-,e- r Succeed when everythinfr oe f .IK 3d Monday In March, Tuesdaj aft-'e- r In nervous p'Otralion und kninle W Monday In June, 'luehdav aft v.cakncsses they are the supreme er .id .Monday In September, Tuesremedy, as tlituiand3 hae tCi.ificO. i day after JJI Monday in Uueunilior. L. A. MeDanlel, UUckport, Friday FOR KEDNhY,UVERAtVD I after d Monday iu March, Friday S7Q1MACH TBOUSLK after 3d MonAlay In June, l'rlday after 3d Monday in September, over & tt.uglst'a counter. '$ Friday alter 3d Monday in lie- Icotubt'r. I S. V. Leach. Cromwell, Wednesil:i after 3d Monday in March,, WedYOU nesday arter 3d Monday in June, Wttlntsduy after 3d MoiCday In September, Wednesday after 3d Monday in December. R. C. Tichilior. y Centertown, after 3rd Monday in each month. IsKKSSSicisWvm. i -- I rC3tiTlBnt Wlnson Smltn, Solooi. Tucsda) "T iVMfc'ifirl" .. ...., r . -l Rwwsssssssnrvk ivsm w Inr Wr Alv after I'd Monday In March, Tucsda i3G9s3llsKiw( 'SJj'.I IIWPC nr after I'd Monday In .May, Tuubda fEffiJkAIslsm!Wit luiiuj ui after 3d Monday in InAugust, Tues Monday November. WMWBHmM CDNSIIMPTIQN day after I'd Dean, Dundee. Wod TV. S. Monday If you mention this paper we will send you iKHday after the second 11 MondnI bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for .March, Wednesday after feeling, coughs, pains In .Ma, Wednesday after 3d Monda 'that tired, , ugiist, Wednesday after :M Mon j t , ni8ht sweats, bcmorrhaBes. weak In day In November. iung3 0r consumption. Ilntt l.' lilon r..nt..1n. OHIO MEDICAL CO. e0cimBUS.6x!aricr -- d !l'ay In March, TIiui'h ua aiier -- u .uoiuiay in May, Tliurf nay at tor za .Monday In August :r: Thursday after 2d .Monday In No even s vrAns1 'i:M 1 sralT vonibor. 2 ilii vxvsif experience Hen W. Taylor, Ualph, Friday nft n ?ti er 2d Monday In March, Friday aRei TTK 2d Monday In .May, Friday alter 3c S Ift viW fj S Mi hi Kl r Monday In Augubt, Friday after 2i' Monday in November. i HARTFORD POLICE COUUT. O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A frtAnc Warms Fogle, City Attorney, J, P. Stevens DCI0H3 'rpBftWi Marshal; Court lonm.eb r.ecoud Mon Copvr.icHTS dc. Vi da in each month. ""n wr Anionc 'nlli nsictflii Jr fiuo win in r ni finli If Ukuii n't nr ni'inu City Council J. C. Her. Mayor; It if l.. ti' lr il'n i ir . 11. 1.u lUliULOCK .i.u T. Collins, Clerk; J. K. llean, Treas fi l" 1111 , i" . U'l t III . II l(i u.li Mui .1 A. lo.lcu.Jvo urcr. Monilicrs of Council J, C. llctn 1' Hi .us .1.1 Inr 11 . fp UilH rut, ni'iigiinimri!'', nett. Cant. A. D White A K. l'atc TV. II. Gillespie, TV. II. Uarties, C. M ' Crowo. vt AtitikisoMi'ir '" - i'M woWt. Hartford Hoard Education J. H H. Carson. Cli'ra'n.; C. M. Uarnett, ( ur iuhi il ", tU acl'lt)Uji v. "iu.i.w Sec.; E. TV. Ford, Treas.; R. T. Col-llu( MUHNRCo,,MBrodw-KQViVorIJ. D. Duke. Planters House Planters Ctttitt'i has Kim Mat$5.50. Wjf the price is $Xp amlwchavcsrcsssM a concession vsJiciJ' hy wo tan oifft ir l a still fmlftf mlucttun in imlilicnlinn. ii'!i ibi Special Offer to Our Rcadeir Hra-tchcr- ija m i lg tl v sLLLB s LLLLLLtLLLLLflHtsLLLLLttLLm Kcrncmrinz the rrrst HcfranJ fur Ctllkr'i the tietf price, wcluvci uJc arrniicriiHtitti ffler it anil ur i n iiblicattnii c ncli rc jga (or the lines rf C.ff'r'bmr Tlus is a Iutihi teller an J riust tc taken ad vaotai.it ol ikubiiiiI What Yoa Get in CollierV (earless Ctllirr'i is the one lm. rrnlerer-Jcnt- . weells o( th wlole country. Ni truly isitlhr It Is sIm cooj cituin's lianrtNnnk Imt iiUKJiine ( the lic'e lamil) AmoiHtjI 'fr tiiinss tint a year's tulcrirlon nn V .HsissvssnSiMMflMHByigHPIOr j 1 MMSmwmMmmmmW' J a9PBflHVllHl9siD mmWBmmi ( 1000 Editorials 800 New. Pbotn. SSO Miort Articles ISO Short Morlf. 100 IIIiMlrated Taiitiirra 2 Coaiplcte Novetr ColKer's $2.50 llartiord Kepubllcui Bolli lor et)s $2.50 h TBTilU1 E0tt&& & J feMftvi: jsk-v-- : v m$m r.ibhlons in the battling, itiuiitrle.--. uf i.'uiopo have been greatly In flu niinrif! lit, tli.k 1L. Tlilu unlnnli 4 j 1 Crow of the llrltlsh stibmarino width penetrated tho Sea of Marmoia and sunk a niimlipr of Turkish transports and oilier vessels, in her ptsrlscopo tube, nt upper riRlit. Is seen a shell holo wv.ii.ytf ay , tS? mm I run-dow- n WILL TAKE OUR I C.lilir.ileJ Inr style, perfect ft, simplicity snJ el ablJ ly marlr 4J yi tj. Soil in neaily cvtry city an J toirn In the Ui itc I St trs at f I Hud Cm nl i, or by mail illicit. Mere any other nuke, t.cn.1 lor luc McCALL'S MAGAZINU Mnie subcriliers tl an tny rtltet fathloa inizine minion a iiionlli. liisdluatle. iil. ft rot slylts, luttctn". ilirstinaLinr. i ullinerr. plain sewlnir, lincT iicdlesvaik.lMi'dntsIni!. V ctuucltc, i;""" ktiints, ttc. On y txl cents' I je ir ("rlh dnulile), IncluJinp a Irip ulUin. bubicriCo t.day, tir lend lor sauiie copy. I MiCAIX I'ATTTRNS FREE I ?at-urda- f WONDERFUL INDIXXMCNTS to Agents. I'o'tal tilngn jiremlum catalogue anil new cash prize ilkim Ail.lnts we Mccui. co. ci i :u tv. nib su Ntiv lose I JNTERCESSli I wnarliiL' whnl Is k'imvn In PiiDlnml .ir , .111 .1... juiiii;(ju nut, uiunciuu ..r. 1.... 1.1...1 iiiu iiiu unci .1... naval design, nnd a military capo. Jrrs. WD i Gophitticntion. Major Rlddlo of Atlantic City nt n recent dinner to n loast to tho Glimmer girl ThprVs a lot or falso sjnicisra iin. loed to the bummer girl." ho nal.1. and sophisticated, but. as a matter or fact, the uvcrago summer girl Is as innocent as a little child. "Rut most people would havo us believe that that was n typical summer girl to whom n young man said on tho heath In the moonlight: "'You'ro not tho first girl l"ie kissed by any manner of means, ou "Tho summer girl's lip rurled. "And at that.' she nnswered, 'you've still got a lot to learn."' An Advantage. "To what do you altrlbuto your health?" "Well," replied tho very old gentle-limn- , "I recLon' I got u sood start on iconic by lioln' born before inoht germs was dlscovtjred, tbuieby havlu' lows to worry about." know Oimii Ti.-l-S a.uwcsj .7, WITH gf Pa E SKEsVafft FOR 1G AND ALL THROAT Alia LUNG TflOU3l.ES. ma JV mm OR:s , dJS, w B & . J inttttt liiir nmsr iwv w jLwj'yn'tU nyiwsswiTtjfwm, ,. .IM..,, UAItANTJJLn aAl'IHFAClOai ' "j :JIMi . . .. u . ,1 rn-u- n X .' III 28 ; . & .ik.is, 4x$vir ti ' 1 ? ' K'isSiw-SWtiSxiLI pp.oeunrn t AnriticrrNoco.ii-'i,ii trf 'i . i i 11 "ti 'v m Ti- -rt IV n v ve j -- . ,'-- ,w vtT voiaiu - limu-iiuuv- ." 111 Ucuiarnablo teeui. tn Hunt o( .St. I'mIs eatiicdral. l.'indou, nlille thn of Loudon was cundudtuK IntLTceealoii day net vices from tho steps i)l tho cathedral. Sorvii.cs tiul pi yen fur viuuo t S place on this dtty IbrougUout tho Ilrltlsli umpiie, iieliop seicufific Jftucrscna. no usau o. id ij c ninu ct uri.nii. 'lr '4 III ,nrjlunu mireviin t, uu .. t i ii t il B 1 limf.f rnn tu n nl Yngl-wrtmo- r j'.Uco tt.lu.l, iixi ruu. rttut cat. ( D C. I ? sf-- s, u u. rv m .: is .i -- . .. c 'liLiiriiij 6 m n Mtr i W-- , I hj-l- i Net Contents 15TlaidPndaj OASTORIA For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria 'LlHak fWl. M " MMM ",' - "" ' AI.CHlIl)I.-ill'lilV'-- AVcjclnbIclKMiannniDrA.v slnillaliiirtllicFouJQndlMiiu .! til.. Lfln... .!. fi.1Tbk"rUra IU1U I1IC JUIUhM"""" " " Always Bears tlio Mb n Ilriskcr Wat on Tlio Wiltc PlnRucI dustry of our country Is facing ruin Tlio Kentucky Tuberculosis Com- when tho reduction ot tho sugar duty takes full effect, the desirability of mission 1b planning nn actlvo icglsln-tlvbusiness campaign to secure from tho retaining tho next session n bill of larger scope which Is being developed or can bo developed In this country nro imthnn tlio present, Tlio now secrotnry, Col. L. M. portant reasons which should deMnus, retired, U. S. Army Medical mand Immediate action. Men of all Corps, slnco taking charge of tho of- parties nro frco to ndmit that the fice in September, lias made a thor- present tariff measure has failed to ough study of tuberculosis conditions ncompllsh what was hoped from It, Majority ef In the State, and hns tabulated somo not only us a protcctivo measure, but Hughes Interesting fActs, which will bo used nlso as a moans of raising revenue. In the campaign to scenro better fa- And, most Important of nit, It leads One cilities for fighting the dread disease. directly to a repetition of tho disasfrom which wo havo 0 ter of 1893, Tho main fact that there nro cases of tuberculosis In tho State been saved thus far only by tho Indiand only 210 institutional beds for rect results of the war." u g 30,-00- v.. STOMACH THOOBLE FO Friends Thour.!:' Mr. Would Die, , , I j FIVE YEARS '" '. v 0 lite n.l.f.AA .. other medicines. P decide . Mtu....t. t aaau' not uuviu., diuiuugii I atj ttlack-Dtwtgftl j confidence In it. nave new hccn taking Helped Him U Recovery. I - ihrce months, and it has curettnitv- - ?n't had those awful sick headachM ice I ii......i! m.cciinn flirmiil' ncssnnaRc3t.CoulauBDtii Not Narcotic. ' OniuniJtonliriic.iorJflatia Signature of X.V Mx.itm JirMrSfU In ;'"ri J II arjzt.gr Hon. JOUrWWJ" fT At Use For Over inucnPSLCEl' iTccmrHCoMwsv. ujty? I . Thirty Years CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper, TMC CCMTaW OOWPANT, NCW VONH CITY. Stare k Pianos inAdvnuoe Safi.ftic (Ion Guar antec 1 Lo went Net No Money PriaoM TnrrriN Factory En H it-H- t 'jae'yaaaaaaaaaB55K.' A "'fJBKyM SnvSug ol 8 11)11 lo S 2 () O From Pac tory Direct P A StANCK racsiotfcr V jou a bcnutlfu Stnrck I'lnim for 50 das' free trial. In your home. No ruali laiiunt rwiuirrd. Ml v unl: Is t you will play uion. uso nnl test IIiIh platm for 30 iluyH. If, at tlio cm! of that time, you ilu not find it the tonul nriil nneit pl.ino In every way, thut ou liavo ever lilKn't Kinile, awuett-sneon fol the money, you arn nt perfect liber y to pend It buck, and wo will. In that event, pay the both wayu. This titurcl; l'lano rn'ist rnaUo kuoU with you, or there Is no Kile. Wo will x!ili l 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL IWZl Easy Payminls Savi $150.00 or Mora on from our factory, at iijiuardi of !50.0u In tlio prltva that U guarantee tu furnlih piano. cot of ou cjn .vwi a Ixttir plino for the uinnry tlun You of rrrilnR amir clienlM-P!- . a Mtllictory mitt toiieJ durable blgti k"Tde We ililp 'ur kiuou dlnct to You pay n radi ilown, Imt alter iO day! Of trial, ou can bfh'In paynunt on II. e lowest, raMmt tcrmt ever auggntrd by u planu arraiirrl ibno. TIk-ktujnufacturer. trnn are nrranccl to wilt your eonvrnhnce. and It ' iwrtibli- - for en to b"y a pluna for your heme, without rclH-- B . lb' noniy, guaranteed for !5 jnn. Ttiu ,ruran- i- ha Met ct It our 35 ymra of plane etperirtice, ami the reputation of nn ohlcitabllihe hJonlb)e plana bouse. OK.Vean fi;iaaia.ya Etttt Rtarrk Piano ! 2nd - Hani lirgalns Vft. PliyW-Htrr- M a lanre numbw auil accouil-han- hati ronstantl' on tun! 50 Ff Music Lessons To every pnrchiwr "f Ftarek Platio", we c;le free music k'feoiK, In one of the best Known cliooli In Chlcaeo. 1hes lemia you ran talc In your on home, by mill. Thla rrprrx-nt- i one year' free inuructlon. piano ot all standard nukrs taken in ex Ftur"'; riiiT chinirc for nt TUi fudw and I'Ujrr-rUiKInc are a few aarcple banralnsi ot li;htly uf i Itarrk art tTie liMt and mfw.t iMautl ful Pltyrr fianu oo caa Play'-l'iano-- Yebcr $110.00 92.00 90.03 Steinway CMckerlng Kimball You will be detnarkrt. lighted with the nuny i of thraa ronderful initnimrnia, and wilt lie plrased with the low prlrw at wlilrh rr' can be aecurcd.' tlu-- 03.00 195.00 Starck Send for our latest complete secondhand bargain list. Send today for our new beautifully lllu.trati'd piano lileh piM y.m a look larRe famount of fnfomiv lion rrirardlng planox. TH liool: will Intercat and please you. Write today. Plana Boau Frat P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1313 Starck Bldd.. CHICAGO ' FARE $522 m&m m (mm aflHv P aajmbu .l mmmtmm, BUFFALO KfljKMSeaK,. MJiBiMgW liHti svfc. The Great Shin "SEEANDDEE" ywwld. fe DAILY BETWEEN JA CLEVELAND & .;. tho care of theso scorns sultlclcnt Justification for an actlvo campaign, but many other facts aro stated also, In a summary ot items, which will bo sent out shortly to the ministers and others In Kentucky who aro Interest-o- n In "Tuberculosis Sunday" on December 12. On this date all ministers of the gospel will bo asked to present the subject from their pulpits. Tho secretary In discussing the proposed bill snys: Klrst Wo desire two State institutions for incipient cases, one for the white and ono for tho colored. Second A law requiring compulsory registration and segregation of tho advanced cases. Third School inspection. Fourth compulsory construction of county and district sanatoria for the advanced cases. Including a subsidy from tho State. Fifth General law regulating the control of those affected with tho disease, In order to suppress tho further infection in tho State. Some ot the facts, to which attention is called by the Tuberculosis Com mission, aro that statistics from the State Hoard of Health show that more people die every year from tuberculosis in Its various forms within the Stnto than from typhofd fever, diphtheria, scarlet fever measles, whooping cough, influenza hookworm trachoma, pellngra and all of the mur dors and suicides thrown In. nctween 5,000 and 6,000 of our population die annually from consumption. Kentucky stands third among the States in the Union in proportion of deaths per hundred thousand from tuberculosis; the last figures given by thp United States census showed 3G0 deaths per 100,000. while many of the other States ran below 100 deaths per 100,000 population. Ignoranco among the people in regard to tho causation and prevention of tho great whlto plague is one of tho principle causes of Its prevalcncy in tho State and was for tho purpose of spreading information throughout the State in regard to the cause and prevention of the disease that tho State Tuberculosis Commission was legislated into existence. Since tho days of Koch the scientific world has endeavored to fight tho groat whlto plague through associations, socletifs, laws, city ordinances and sanatoria with great success. Many ot the States are expending from $2,000,000 to $5,000,000 annually on tho construction of sanatoria, colonies, school inspections, etc., in proportion to tho money expended results In the suppression of the disease aro obtained. Col. Maus says: 'Kentucky should provide two State institutions, ono for white and one for colored, capable of caring for GOO cases each. Young men and women suffering from the disease in Its incipient form should bo sent to such institutions, where their lives could b espared, if taken In time. Besides, theso young people could bo given tho benefits of an Industrial education at such Institutions during their convalescence, which would enable them to become moro useful citizens on their return homo." . i DNtrcss In tho Stomach. There nro many pcoplo who havo a distress In the stomach after meals. It Is duo to indigestion and easily remedied by taking ono of Chamberlain's Tablets after meals. Mrs. Henry Padgan, Victor, N. Y writes "For somo time I was troubled with head-- ! actio and distress in my stomach, after' eating, also with constipation. About six months ago I began taking Chamberlain's Tablets. They regulated tho action of my bowels and tho headache and other annoyances i ceased In a short timo." Obtainable everywhere. m bcg.in using it. for what Blacfc-i.-au-pht Pomeroylon, Ky. writes as follows: slomach In inlcrr-- 'i ' H . ad- am so thankful Miedford's vices from this place, Mr. A. ulies villi hai done for me." Black-Draught "I wa3 dowi. has bee trouble for five (5) ytf.r would have sick headache so I . 1 i and lound a very valuable medicine for de-nt tiiReiiients of the slomach and liver. M i s composed ot pure, vegetable herbt, tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, an did not seem to do mc any good. acts genlly, yet' surely. It can be freely 1 got so bad, I could not eat or steep, used by young and old, and should k and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. would die. He advised me lo try Get a package to ay. Thcdford's and quit Only a quarter. t I times, that I thought surely wou'd die. Black-Draug- Farmers' Week to be Notnblo Kvent. A notable gathering of farmers and their families will occur at Lex- mmmamKiiimigts ffiatiMiffliiMiu',iiiauasgimiaig ington, Kentucky, 4, to 7, 191C. 1 I This occasion calls together the best farmers and stockmen of tho state who have become such largely on account of their habit, of gathering on such occasions, to profit by the related experiences of others. In addition to tho womens' work, there will bo held on the above dates, the annual conventions of eleven organizations as Vt aalfaWiaaaW7f H te? tar. follow3: full of life and action, rilled with the Jan. 4, Beef Cattle Breeders' Asso fire of fine inspiration and followed ciation & Kentucky Alfalfa Growers by 250 short stories of adventure, will make Association. Jan. 5, Kentucky Poultry Associa tion, Kentucky nee Keepers' Assoc iation and Kentucky Swine Breeders' Association. Jan. 6, Kentucky Horse Breeders' Association, State Horticultural SoThen the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, ciety, & Kentucky Corn Growers' As Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of sociation. Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best Jan. 7, Kentucky Dairy Cattle minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone Club, Kentucky Sheep Breeders' As m the home. 1 here is no age sociation & Kentucky Tobacco Grow limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free ers' Association. Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION On the afternoon of Thursday, let ua aend you Three Current Iaauea meeting Jan. C, there will be a Joint FREE. Indoae thla Coupon with your 52 Times a Year requeat. for the discussion of marketing pronot 12. Those who aubacribe now, aendins $2 blems or the more advantageous disfor the G2 iaauea of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will At each posal ot all farm products. for 1915. will receive The Companion get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. meeting there will bo ono or moro magazines. noted authorities to speak. SUBSCRIPTldNS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE . ,The poultrymcn, THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH growers, dairymen and horticulturists will hold competitive exhibits of ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. their products. There will also be competitive exhibits of womens' work All have provided handsome premium lists. Reduced rates have been secured over all railroads. Everything is absolutely free. For premium lists or further in- The Republican and Louisville Herald $1.3E formation, address, T. R. BRYANT, 1.76 The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at Experiment Station, "1.60 Lexington, Ky. The Republican and Home and Farm..... -"- "-"" SSmSpJiSss. WoGreat 11 l cYOUTH'S COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 OUR CLUBBING RATES. a Beware of Cheap Substitutes. In theso days ot keen competition It is important that the public should see that they get Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and not take substi tutes sold for the sake of extra profit. Cough Remedy has Chamberlain's stood the test and been approved for more than forty years. Obtainm able everywhere. a The Republican and Owensboro Inquirer The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald The jkepublican and uaiiy uwensooro inquirer Oboro Messenger The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k Twice-a-Wee- k 1.7 3.60 3.50 1.76 K CLEVELAND Daily, May 1st to Dec. I nv. C t -- Sw,t T Arrive Uuifalo your ticket ai'unt IffOTir Inland wuUr of the Uritut and rnot ootly ctcamer on llnri lor TOT rva ejiccri', 3 MamUleent Steamer. 'OTY OF ERU." Slwplag aecorunoJc "CITY OF BUFFALO" I.t-BUFF- uirnvnuN ALO I nnj Canadian KlntrarJ Tl'alli aa I all at u!w3uut U riSri Tfl'vclind Ian: Un'Ialo no twd for tBJ?orUUon Arriv ClovckmJ (Central Ptandnrd Tunc) vOA. point?. IUIlmad tick. Aik ou our atauue-a-. ltr LckcU v' tt II. bin.. hm. t.'ila "SLflANOSUb" matoa rualpt of Avq centa - ta cover poutafo and rjaUum. Alw tuJ( - M Tilt. taw tlilwptfirm. mi iu.ihti.4i m. CLEVELAND & UUF1-AL- TRANSIT CO. Cl.T.Uod, Ohio -. THOS. E. MOSS Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. HMMTmHm4H4)H4fMH r ifniiiim ovnnrlnncn with best of vvorkmon. andean '1 give any roforonco desired. Call mo on Hartford X Mill Co., phone, or aaaress mo ai xiuruuru, iy. i wwi That Relieves. from tho healing 1'lnn Iialsam, Tar and Honoy all mixed In a pleasant soothing' Cough Syrup called Dr. IJcll's'PInc-Tar-Hon-eThousands havo benefited by Its use no need of your enduring that annoying Cough or risking n dangerous Cold. Oo to your dealer, ask Saturday. for a 25c. original bottlo Dr. Dell's start using at onco Mr. H. O. Whlltlnghlll and family Pino mid got rid of your Cough and visited T. E. Butler and family Sat2 urday night. Cold. Those on tho sick list nre Mrs. Hjijk Progrovilves are Uock in Fold. R. C. Carter and Mr. T. E. Butler. Chicago, Nov. 18. Myron T. Hor- How To Prevent Croup. rick Amerlcau Ambassador to Franco It may bo a surprise to you to hero today. At made two nddrese n luncheon at tho Hamilton Club, ho learn that in many cases croup can Mrs. H. M. Johns, told members of that Republican or- bo prevented. ganization that tho Progressives were Etlda, Ohio, relates her experience back In tho fold. At a banquet of us follows: "My little boy is subject tho Chicago Industrial Club tonight to croup. During tho past winter ho discussed tho tariff as a great prcs I kopt a bottle ot Chamberlain's Cough remedy In the house, and cut problem. of when ho began having that croupy living at a moment Wo aro trauslont Industrial prosperity, based cough I gave him ono or two doecs ot on the abnormal conditions of war It and it would break the attack. I tluio," said Mr. Herrick, "Tho In- like It better for children than any crease In revenue which is apparent- other cough medicine because chilly ueccsary if our new defonse meas- dren tako It willingly, and it is safe everyure! are to be rightly financed, the and reliable." Obtaluablo m fact that the beet and caue sugar In where, A Cough Itemcdy --I It's prepared y. PliKASAXT GROVK. Tho people around hero have been busy gathering corn, Dr. W. C. Heddon moved Friday to his farm near Askln. Mr. W, C. Keene moved Friday to Mrs. Loulso DoWecse' farm. Mr. Vernon Sapp moved to T. J. Whlttlnghlll's farm Friday. Mr. A. 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Our system of business is what tells the story of our saving prices. Our broad guarantee is that fpjr $8.00 to sell you as much of same goods as $10.00 will buy from the oleMine credit houses. Come now and we will prove it. PUCE WHERE YOUR DOLLAR BUYS IV? HUT Vinson's, Beaver Dam. REMEMBER (& - Cure lor Consumption. the cavities healed. hers of the House of Representatives the dlsenBe germs and not Injure the ' For a Nonskld Steptadder. Krcatest danger, and the skin. With this machine there is no LATEST WAR NEWS to be guilty of bribery. The case cen- "Its not too much of a dream for , lm',1,!" In using a high ladder on n polished hreaks tho doctor's heart trouble in meeting requirements, ters about an attempt to buy over us to begin now to think of a coining, ,,,lnR lloor uc tried tho "snfety first" plan "often than nnythlng else in members of the opposition group day when there will be no more tuber "Alternating with the nnnll- - ,uf placing undcruenth Its feet two Tuesday. ,.. ,. .. .. . . ... . .1.1.. I ... is iiuinorrago. 1 our cations i use static electricity treat- - Bqtiares of coarse sandpaper glued to- To the recent and induce them to vote for the gov- cuiar specialists liecause there will lie l""" The Dardanelles. presence of Field Marshal Kitchener ernment's project to Increase the nothing for them to do, tuberculosis Patient Is bnppy at tho prospect of ments. The machine I employ for gether, thus gMng a grip on both tht ladder. Good Houso- on the Cnlipoll Peninsula probably army by two divisions. That pro having been utterly stamped out," Retting well and lenve you at the of- - this purpose produces electricity with ,,oor n,'1 ' ,,oor nn1i1 il !i,nlle ll J"!"' Per- - many pecularitles of its own. On nc - 1kcc',lnS Magazine. wtll be attributed the resumption of ject was adopted by the last session said l)r. Jefferson 1). Gibson, of Den- - "ce opera- of the Diet. The disclosure of brib- vcr, in the course of an interview in mace; a short time later you are count of his discoveries and promt activity In the Dardanelles' H'd in a hurry to bee him, got nenee of this kind of electricity made Quite Frequently. in ' tions. From German and Turkish ery scandals and the subsequent res- reference to his use of ignation of Viscount Oura led to the combination with static electricity , ,,,cro aluI n,u ll,nl "A small mistake." said Uncln by his experiments this electricity source come reports of violent fight collapse of the entire Okuma minis- ozone in the treatment of tuberculo - ' "T1,e hemorrhages in these cases has frequently been called Krankllnlc Ebcn. "makes n heap o' dlff'renee. lug on the tip of the peninsula. try. The cabinet later returned to sis. Dr. Gibson explained his theorv nre ras" enough to uccount for. The etc cincuy aner its discoverer, Ilenja- - Every weather prophet 'utf bo correct If he didn't git his dates mixed." ' mlii Franklin. at the recent meeting of the Amerl-- , wlloU' lu"K ,lssm" ls wcak HerMn. The armies of the Cen- office in a reconstructed form. le. blood esscls are unsup-I- n ; The records ol the preliminary "The main peculiarities of this Asociation of Clinical Research House, and 1ot For-Satral powers are still pressing the deported in the cavities, therefore as form of electricity nre Its potential Philadelphia. fending forces hard in Western Ser- court show that Oura admitted that We have for sale a lot containva'Concrete results and plain figures J'""' patient under treatment begins differences, or Its high potentiality or ing bia, but the Serbs and Montenegrins he had given certain politicians ?i acre in old Fair ground money but pleaded are best understood," continued Dr. ,0 &a,n '" weight and more blood voltage and very smnll flow of amper-ngare offering the strongest resistance. rious sums of on the pike, with 5 room cotthat he had acted for the good of Gibson, "and in this connection these fllls ,,ICM vessels and the pressure This quality gives it its great are now deThe ! increases there is more liability of snapping or sparkling quality, its tage, good barn and all buildings. "I feared," testified are my records: clared to be approaching I'rlstlna tho nation. exone of thtjm bursting. However, great stress or strain due to. the high Fine wcll'Ot water. About 50 young "both from the north and east. It is Oura, 'that if the proposed army , "I have treated 757 cases of tureported-tha- t to bear. Serbians at Mon-ast- ir pansion watl'rejected if might' create berculosis. Of these I have lost sight then'' is no other road to health and voltage Is made use of In giving many fruit trees beginning the forms of treatment, especially the Would be a flno location for some are receiving rcenforccmcnts antagonism between the army and of 102. Of the cntlro number I have so the risk must be run. un"Hut when you look nt the figures, brush discharge, which I employ one desiring to take advantage of and that the British also arc send navy and create circumstances knowledge that 566 are living desirable for the country. I thought while 91 are known to be dead. Hut 318 cavity cases, and in fourteen mostly in my treatment of tubercu- County High School. Terms reasoning up uieu to the-roni ears only sixty-on- e It would be better for the country many deaths from all losis. able. of them died natural deaths of , causes to date in patients treated two to make the house accept the "I not only stop the propagation of BARNETT & SON. On The Sen.. One of Germany's other aliments after living years afmonths and over, you will agrco with the bacteria In tho lungs with the bill even If it were neces- ter my treatment. Hartford, Kjr. ntwe&t dreadnoughts struck a mine my results arc not bad witli a . and stntlc electricity, but also by lb the llnltic Sea and sank. All sary to expend money to accomplish "Of all my cases 96 were what Is 'me by sayclass of patients given up by other the Inhalation of ozone which de. members of the crew were saved ex- - that end. Oura continued known as first stage cases .143 second Whs Look to Himself. physicians to die. ing that he had not intended to stage cases stroys the ptomnlne In the lungs and wj.t thirty-threHow much trouble he avoids who and .196 third stage cases. "The great trouble and the cause builds up the tissues. There are does not look to see what his neighbor bribe members of the house but Now this record is not a matter of a merely to ube money in defending year WeducMlaj. or two, which would not be con- of a majority of losses In this class of many ozone generators upon the mar- riijs or does or thinks, but only to (irvcrv. With the announcement the government against attacks from clusive, but covers a period of four- cases has been in getting the patients ket. Every manutacturer has tried what be does himself that It may bo to my otfice for treatment without his hand and put some rorm of ap- just and pure. Marcus Aureliua. ol the llritish toreign Office that the opposition. teen years during which I have been blasting their hopes from overexer-elso- . paratus before the medical profesThe, opposition 'of the decision to working upon ttiere has been no blockade of Greek and perfecting my 1 am now having to Oura contend such patients sion, so the doctor can take his choice Dally Thought. ports instituted ami that no Greet: grant immunity tieatment and following up my pa- rolled Co the office in wheel chairs, The main thing In any apparatus Is that the law should have been al- tients. Any In the corridor or one or our Ameriships in British ports are being seizphysician I have allowed to to disslclate the oxygen and the ni- can high schools two great pictures ed and held, a teeling of optimism lowed to run Its course irrespective will agree that such a length of time that heretofore mo walk. of the position or the trogen, or in common words tear up hang a.i companions, that craggy peak pervades England that Greece bus is ample to base conclusions upon. among mountains the Matterhnrn; tives of the defendant. They de'Now there is another point I want the air and have It inhaled before it oneeded, or will concede, the Enten "If I am correct, thcreiore, if no- that craggy peak among men Abra.. c has a chance to ., .. ., ,i clare that it is a miscarriage of jus figures are true, is I.. la" "r imralln" . combine with any- ham Lincoln i '" te Allies' demands made by Earl there any use In ,!lt-"'tice to give freedom to the briber thing else, and in this way get the relating to the ninety-si- x t Kitchener and Denys Cochin. the continuing of the denth rate of 15C Acres on HortJord and Rockpor A I'arisjiews agency is authority and hold the bribed for trial. They over a hundred thousand from tuber- - first R,aK CJSCS ' w,lich there are no oxygen or ozone into the lungs be o" KM the significance fore It is lost in other combinations. road, 1 for the btatement that Earl Kitchener contend that the argument that culosls in the United States aI6ne I 'l""11"- mlltss rrom Uroadway and public life every cases, This dissociation or the oxygen and m liis representations to the Greek Oura, having forsaken year? I have been careful to ol that htatemuU ninet-si- x 2 miles from Rookport. Schoolhouso and gone into seclusion, is really try nitrogen, is generally produced by an King and officials, said Great Ilrltlan and not let my enthusiasm run no deaths? on Also of farm nnd church near. next March would have 4,000,000 more scnero punishment than he away with my judgment In my cases, "I wish I had tho mind, the pen electric spark. "In my treatment I also force a Three roads pass dwelling house coldiers under arms and he able also could have been by the law is more and I am aware that it is not consid- and the voice so tliut I could reacli to arm and provision G.000,000 Rus- sentimental than legal. and impress etery medical man in nebula of antiseptics in heavy vaseby many of my profession Sas the Japan Times: "The plain ered for physicians to discuss quite the world with the fact that every line oil through tho container hold- which la on Hartford R. F. D. .No. sians, and that it would be stupidity ethical their Most .of land perloctJy.'levol. Any to think the war could end otherwise fact is that the government has not work in the public print; but I feel case of pulmonnry tuberculosis dis- ing the patient deeply Into the lungs the. heart to brand as a criminal a on; desiring to purchase farm will do thdn In complete defeat for Germany. by the slatlctics I have to covered in its iuclpieucy may be a by the mouth and Is expired through man who, as one of its members, did that backed woll to ImostlgaSe. Prlco reasona show I would not be true to the pro- cured case of tuberculosis and never tho nose. "Or courso as a supplement to my ble. Apply for further Information Keibiu. -- The Austro-Germn- n and what he considered to be in its in- fession, true to suffering humanity, if reach a dangerous condition. When y treatment ordinary dietetic to Uulgariun line In Central and West terests, even to the extent of violat- I did not proclaim In no uncertain we have so many who can take good HARNETT & SON. Agents. Sorbin, before which the Serblanb ing the law of the land. The gov- terms that tuberculosis of the lungs Roentgenograms of the lungs, with and hygienic methods or treatment must be followed. Rut I am conuinKMoiilcnegrins are falling back in ernment apparently considers that and elsewhere can certainly and posuherculin, either in ointment or so cheap and in common use, vinced that the climate of Colorado the direction of Montenegro and the offence has been adequately and itively be cured by the not Rut we can ony can be cured, Northern Albania, is still pressing sincerely expiated. but can bo cured mil the ordinary ability In physical has nothing to do with the success of scarcely see how the government my experiments, as I havo had quite forward. The Serbian legation at definitely in . the time it examinations so marked there is no X f'aris reports the defeat of the Bul- i can avoid a vory heated discussion can be cured by any other means 3.cuse in not being able to diagnose as excellent results with several cases of this question in the next session ISVll . s I3" treated in other Stntes. That ls why every case of this disease in its garians by the Serblanb tuenty-fi- o now employed. of the Diet." I believe It Is quite possible just as ralle.fi west of Nlsh. "It may seem almost like boasting, The warmth of tho discussion 'The vast majority of cases should soon as skilled physicians in every Is throughout the country of this oues- - but it..... simply a statement of facts, be discovered Jap Briber to go Seott'l-'ree- . . '. befdre the germs can community nre provided with tho prot f 4l.n n mu proof of tho striking """ '"' n...tf.n.t . .1... u.u uu our be found in ' ' another Tokio, Oct. 30. Tho decison of the sputum, before they per apparatus virtually to eliminate tht government not to prosecute Vis- - Browth of tho freedom of public brought forward that is so regular havo spread from the bronchial In ten years deaths from pulmonary count Oura, the recent minister of polemics in Japan, a freedom that and constant in its action that one glands into the lung tissue, thus tuberculosis from our vital statistics. can say almost definitely how long a hoine afiair.s, whom a preliminary has come from tho west and is es"Even in five or six years' time I given case wil have to be treated for making recovery absolutely certain. I pecially based on American Ideas. court, declared had contributed $20.-00- 0 have never seen a tubercular gland believe the disease will bo considered definite and specific results, and here relatively harmless, easily discoverfor purposes of bribery of membo it noted that the treatment is that I have not been nhle to cure with Notlco in ltaukruptey. bers ol Parliament, has excited a able and as easily cured." In the District Court of tho United speedy. Sonio advanced cases have tho MJUtrimThy throughout Japan. "Uy physical examination and clinStates for tho Western District of been cured from three to six months P0PULA1TMECHANICS The controversy centers about Yut Kentucky. of tho dully alternating application of ical history of cases, backed up by Mo Ozaki, the minister of justice, FOR FLETCHER'S In tho matter of diaries Arthur tho Roentgen ray, static electricity Roentegenograms of the lungs for dewho frankly takes tho responsibility 300 ARTICLES-30- 0 ILLUSTRATIONS termining conditions, of tho bronchial Leach, Raukrupt. and ozone treatments. I upon his own shoulders, and who glands, every suspicious case should lV'r:.1 ' ,'n'ornsd of tho Wortd'a Progress in To tho Creditors of Charles Arthur flrst-stag- o "Out of ninety-si- x cases 1 lays 'hT -- vj .So- - i t u u ramiijr. Ir rpprn!. Leach, of Reaver Dim. R, F. D. No. 2, I have ticatcd not one is dead, not bo Hilly diagnosed and physicians Pooler's Office i . 'iijnsiiT(uu.t :. letinni Wimi.n Vifcount Ouru was undoubtedly and Dwelling for Sale. iui-table to say 'Yes' or 'No.' in the county of Ohio, anil District one has u definite J i ii ' constitutional nmiMsliliuwirll Our riT,lirit Wo havo listed for salo twp ncrea tfitllti of bribery but tho act waj "With tho available to 'JllHli(.UIl.lf,l.'llO tluniitili 5.".'. symptom of tuberculosis Icr Duma They m'prv lilt Vklpltiii In ii fnu.' vim fuU lni.tr i i : uml It I. prompted not by any base or selfish atoresaid, bankrupt. ia twi- - good ground containing doctor's of- -' Written Soi.uif Con Notice is hereby given that on tho are cured or so near well it is noth,, " You Understand It dwelling, all necessary Ilco, motive but solely and entirely by a III Slun flol,, ari;rtnio;ll ( O 1 It will bo a disgrace for n medl- n 17th day of November, A. D., 1915, neccssaiy for them to be treated.' ' z wens water, l cistern l Mricfirc desire to earry out tho gov, .j in .""V'f',""''"-'cal man to allow a case of pulmonnry the said Charles Arthur Leach was again for the condition - 11T 1 nis i f r tl Vh.V " iinO i""'"- Li' ernment's policy, though In uncon- dulj tuberculosis to develop to a danger- - and orchard. Splendid location for t.'i ii .uiiUUi. ,!"t:,, ' ""i adjudicated bankrupt, anil that physician. None within a radius ol "Tho 34 secoud-stag- o case I have OUs point in one of Ills patients, scious disregard of the principles of Mr 'V,n ' ' ' ""l '"' tho first moBctr.f: of creditors will bo handled have jru ii iii( .rt! ' ' Easy terms to rigii inoiHui Hie cabinet In consideration of this all been woll marked "There Is nothing secret, nothing 11 vo miles. i BO rcrt YCAU...,., 4,u."iSLE COPTS. IS. held at tho law office or Ernest , Ort.f f,an , .M y, lUUi,M,j party. Call on, or address period-Iand ol the tact that tho and cover a tho lango of patented about mv method of treat-th-o Lum;.lo a,,y vm Lu B..11 tn Woodward, in Hartford, Kentucky, mini. IJARNKTT & SON, Agts.. disease from slight tubercular is repentant and lias resigned nil on the 8th day of December, A. I)., consolidations to tho point of cavity ni()Ul. U is open to the practlco of 34tf Ky. political and public positions and Hartford. reputable niedlmal men the world .TSKgarin?VVrH'gyTTrT 1 n.n manifested his intentions not to 1915, nt P. M at which tlmo tho formation, or the third stage of the OVnr said creditor may attend, provo their (jsease luterloro in state politics for the rest This Olt will see gives a To iav r(!1(i(.r. of course. I .r irustoe, examlno wide rango for experimental treat- of Ills lifo wt havo decided to post- claims, sirr-tdescribe it lit general terms, j tho llankrupi, and transact such othv pone- prosecution. mom. Sonio of these cases after be- - Ti,l!rc )u thlng unique about tho business u may properly come be "Criminal puiiltdiniont lias the fer treatment progiessed ray maclilno 1 uso except that It is of fore taid mooting toward recovery with great rapidity, the latost model kuown ns the iuter-othodouble aim of pievontliig repetition Petition filed Novum1' - Hi, 1915. slowly but certainly, and onl n,torless transformer and is the oi an offenso and of warning the J. A. OL'AW. ON- a lew d lull. piiblto against committing similar most powerful typo of mncliluo Rofereo in Dtiukrir . offoijse. I'nwocutlon of the "Of my 318 third stage cuues a inaniilacturedi The supply of olectrl-larg- o Owensboro, Ky , Nov 23, 1:5. U dropped not because of number had lung cavities, a eal lorce furnished by It Is almost Inthe miMllty or the holder of a high yet altor exhaustible and thereby produces a most horioim condition position but solely liecause we v treat. nont definite gulii3 and cures ourront strong enough for the special I tho end fo tho criminal code i .v made usually of course slower work lequirod in lung cases, Delivered Do Now! h.u Inwa attained without subjecting than In tho second stage. Some- "Tho great bucccbb of tho tteut' For Infants and Children ) t w j.unljln.icnt.' times twuho or elghteon nionthb have meat llos In the continuous and n PLAINING A1ILL COMPANY Years The tuinn piullmiuurv court which Sn Use For Over required to nnug uhout a euro, tain dosage too much may liurm, t FORDSVILLE Always bens found that VUcoiiut Ouru had In a few cases I have bean obliged while too little does no good. The ta. JuKc WIIhoii, Mki. I'ORDSVILLR, bribery money louud four SlciiaLre ,. to continue tho c.ibes at IntoYvals for inula Idea Is to get tho effect of the jjKinlers and fouiteen u .i.- y an long us two yours Lc'ore gettini; into the lung proper, destroy SON, - Beaver Dam, Ky. I kHMHHHIHHMHniMHHiMH J. T. VINSON "MM - - - . .... -' X-r- "''l; . - ,S-,,1- J tc al ad-dltl- e. Austro-Hungarla- to-da- y, t. I X-r- e. fair-mind- 1- -2 y; BEPREPARED :sk-X5ae- one-four- th r3fe" Sfr'Y Children Cry CA3XO R A ASAGAZINB r-I X-r- y. T J . . , !& 1 1 ' , I n , ' ', 0yt, X-r- Special Sale , rs at C.44.A4 Reduced Prices! X-r- lo-lie- CASTOR 30 A Metal Roofing, Rubber Roofing, Roof Paint. Prices. it Write for -- cer-bee- C&?M&hi fmo Jr- - 't IV. V