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No; 2 4jar; great diversity of opinion as to what Labor mombcr for Woolwich, who RECORD-BREAKIN- G GETS should bo done. asked: BOYS' CORN CLUBS Republican leaders who nro ex"If they have the right of asylum pected to favor generally a largo here, can wo certify them to bo ESTIMATES MADE nrmy and navy Increase, will seek A MAJORITY OF CERTIFICATE BOYS' CLUBS to restore protective tariff rates and : Wedding Announcement. prolonged discussion and vigorous Tho wedding of Rev. B. W. Nanler. political scheming Is expected when MOST ELABORATE PROGRAM OF HAMIiETT LOSES ON EVE OF the HOI.ONB ARRIVING IN WASHINGMethodist pastor here, has been WILL SOON BE ORGANIZED AU once the tariff Is opened. Some EXPENDITURES AHKED OF INAUGURATION OF . TON FOR OPENING' OF CON- OVER THE ENTIRE announced to occur at the residence Democrats think the duty on wool AMERICAN CONGRESS. STANLEY. GHKHH ON MONDAY. COUNTV. of Miss Martha Morton, the bride, in should bo restored. Nushvlllc, Tenn., at noon on Satur- The inhoritanco tax has many adday, Jan. the first. vocates nnd thero nro some who would amend tho war tax materially IN THE TIMES OF PEACE INJUNCTION DISSOLVED TO BE A BUSY SESSION NERS by assessing all liquors heavily. Oth bom and reared in Nashville. She ers would revive tho agitation to tax i gasoline nnd automobiles. Great Increase Almost Wholly Due By Judge Stout After O'Rcnr and was educated at Ward Seminary and In tho Contest:- - for the Best Prod 4 utlonul Defense Will Itc Tho Clilcf among her many acompllshments Hamilton Argue Fine Opposition Springs Up. To Plans for Military ucts Along Agricultural Probleih to lto , she has attained considerable disPoints. Preparedness. Already Democratic opposition to Faced. Lines. tinction In vocal music. tho president's army and navy pro Rev. Baxter Napier was born In gram has doveioped, and tho defec- Scottsvllle. Allen enuntv. Kv. tin Kltchln, Frankfort, Ky., Dec 6. On the was - t Hon of Mujorlty Leader Washington, Dec. C. Estimates 4 "Washington, Dec. 4 To the Parents and Boys of Ohio Natlonal de educated at Southwestern tlnl- reuse and the means of providing who will succeed Mr. Underwood as for the most elaborate program of eve bf'tlioMnductlon Into office of the verslty and at Vanderbllt in Nash - ' County: There will be a Boys' governor, Judge money to carry out the administra- head of the majority party In the expenditures ever asked of an Amer- newly elected ville. It was while attending Van- - Corn C,ub" and "By8' PJK club" plans, admittedly, are tho chief houso has been widely heralded. The ican Congress In times or peace were Stout today dissolved the injunction derbilt University that he met Miss Ganized In this county for the year tion administration, howovcr, will not be submitted today proposing a total suit, recently granted Barksdalc Ham Morton. Rev. Napier haa Just been 191G & 1 am ask,nS conproblems which the Sixty-fourt- h the lett, which has prevented the countgress will fact: when It assembles at embarrassed for adequate marshals outlay or $1,285,857, 808, or as pastor of the Hartford erat,on ot tn parents and boys- la on the floor of tho house. Chairman more than was appropriated ing of certain recodifications In the Methodist church fnr ih thir.i Vo-,- r thIs sreat work for the education of noon Monday. ,. r Tho great Increase Is al- secretary of state's race, and with- He has filled that place In a man tho boys of this county along agriDemocratic leaders who had hoped Nay, of tho military committee, will last year tho fight for the army bill; most wholly due to the administra- held fr,om his Republican opponent to make military preparedness a non- lead lier which does him much credit and cultural lines. I want to ask the parents to partisan question are not confident Representative Padgett will guide tion plans for military preparedness. the certificate or election. The decis the people of the town are delighted the boys between 10 and 18 the the destinies of naval appropriations, More than $110,000,000 or the total ion gives Lewis a majority of 115, to learn that he and his bride will of success, notwithstanding years of age to take an acre of corn widespread endorsement given Pres- and they will bo aided by Represent- Is for direct expsMllturcs on tho ar- and allocs thestatcnoard to give reside here e future. and work it to the best of their abilident Wilson's- - program by promi- atives Shcrlcy, chairman of the for- my and navy, with mllllo't more to him a 'certificate of ,clc.ction. The Jsuit Involved the rec'ertlflca-tlon- s DANVILLE defense r. '. otl.er ity, with the assistance they will get nent members and organizations af-i- ll tifications committee. Fitzgerald, of bi use I In IN MIDST from' Christian, reducing Ham-lett- 's in instructions from the GovernTho appropriations, and Speaker Clark lor'P'uttVn w rk. By estnb" '.t,.etu-- . luted with minority parties. OF GREAT REVIVAL vote to 100; from McCcrcary, ment, and compete with their neighchief stumbling block is the method hlmseir, who Is steadfastly an advo- the nmounts asked were: Increasing Lewis by 101, and from of rcnsdnaBlo preparedness. $ Legislature 7,573,372 of raising the enormous revenues cate Danville, Ky., Dec. 4. Dr. W. J. bor boys in raising the largest yitld In connection with tho .prepared- Executive 30,807,505 Shelby, (correcting an illegal return, Ham, of Anchorage and Chorister, and the best corn for the least cost, which will be needed. ness program complications are ex- Judicial 1.3C8.C0C by which. 10 votes were added to W. Certain Hcpubllcun leaders have J. Ramsey, of Chattanooga, will for which we expect to have some 24,159,089 Lewis. they are ready to make po- pected to Invpjve proposed Investiga- Agriculture indicated close a six weeks' union revival in premiums for the different winner One precinct in Christian had been 5,42G,G99 litical capital or the Democratic di- tion of organizations which are urg- Foreign Intercourse. . this city next Sunday. All the lead- in this contest. 152,354,259 erroneously tabulated as 1G0 for Ham ing churches have closed their doors In the Pig Club we want the boys should the party In power ing congress to mako heavy appropri Military lemma 211,518,074 lett instead of G3, and the recount during this meeting, which is being of same ago to take a pig from two ml Itself compelled to resort to n ations. Lobby committees of senate Naval 10.175.03C was made by order or tho Christian held In a large tabernacle with a to four months old the first day of bond Issue or any of the tariff tiicas and houso expect to have plenty to Indian Affairs 100,565,000 circuit court. In adding the results seating capacity of 4,000. Dr. Ham's May, 1916, and see which of tbem ures hitherto condemned by them. do. Their inquiries may lead Into Pensions make the best and largest pig at 27,535,4G9 in McCrcary ono precinct with 101 style of preaching is very much With leaders of both parties looking tho realm of foreign relations, for Panama Canal the can 104.G44.G39 votes had been omitted from Lewis' same as least cost. For this we expect also toward the national campaign next thero have been predictions that con- - Public Works . .' that of Billy Sunday. Stand31G,3G4,879 column. No court order preceded to have some nice premiums for ttte fall the session promises to be of un- cress would demand. Information of Postal Service ' 9S.290.5G3 the recectiflcatlon either in McCreary ing room is at'a premium, govcrrinicnt's Investigations Into Miscellaneous the winners. Boys can go in either one usual Interest. Bankers and merchants are losing bomb plots, attempts to cripplo mu- Permanent Appro. . . 135.074.G73 or Shelby, and Representative Washington is enlivened hour or both of these clubs. We hope you country, and of appearing for Supt. their establishmentsto for a haltprayer will go in both, as you will have Hamilton, Postal Service. with tho last of the arriving mem- nition plants In this at noon each day unite In that after the meeting at the courthouse. Although your corn to feed to your pigs anThe post service estimate Is de- Hamlett; Insisted bers of the huge legislative tasks other operations growing out or the county Jioard had canvassed and cerEuropean war. g ductible from tho total because its ahead. The nation's Danville has been noted for years other year. receipts arc turned back to the tified the returns to the secretary of as .a social center, You will bo expected - to- - keep an bodies have not been In session for ImiMirtant Measures. and the sceno of .nine months, the longest legislative Important measures which will be Treasury. That leaves $9G9, 492,929 stato it should not be permitted to many fashionable dances, it would accurate 'account of all that you io ns the actual total or the appropria make recertlQcations without the di- now be difficult to secure and at- to your corn and pig, both in work hiatus in tho last two administra- urged upon congress include: tions, during which problems or suAmerican mer- tions Congress is asked to make, or rection of a court, lest two of them tendance at a dance on account of and money paid out during the'year, Laws to extend the preme Importance to the nation have chant marine; rural credit Improve- $1G7S53,401 more than last year. get together and change the whole the vigorous attacks that Dr. Ham and turn it in at the end to be gone Not a single establishment of the result. arisen. on dancing, card playing over. You will receive full instrucment through establishment of farm Judge E. C. O'Rear, for Lewts4 in has made loan banks, upon which a Joint com- government asked for less than wus Salient Need of Country. and other similar forms of pastime. tions after your name has been en4 given last year. Many requests were favor of the motion to dissolve the The choir is composed of 400 rolled and I will gladly give you any President Wilson will outline the mittee has been working for many made ror Increases because or devel- injunction, said that whatever tho voices, and to date 800 men and wo- assistance I can. I hope you will country In a months; Phlllpplno self government nullcnt needs of the election commissioners may be comopments or the war In Europe. men have been converted and baptiz- go in to stick through to the end and personally delivered address to con- and ultimate independence; revision The Stato Department asked ror pelled to do by order or the court ed Into the different churches. This win, not only for the premium, bat or tho trust laws to prevent dumping Tuesday noon, after which gress' valae-you- . many increases including $142,000 they may do voluntarily, as the court is the greatest meeting ever held In tor the knowledge and real committees will bo organized and of cheap foreign products in Amerror additional clerical force in the cannot compel them to' do anything the history of Danville, with the poswill get from it. actual legislative grinding initiated. ican markets after tho war and to We wants boys in these clubs who $25,000 additional for. excepting what it is therduty to do, sible exception ot the six months' In his opening address tho president establish collective selling agencies department, of charges de affdirs, and and one or those duties is to correct- revival held here a generation ago, arp expecting to be something In 'the present in detailed abroad; national prohibition, prohi- the salaries la not expected to world, to make men of themselves; transportation and sub- ly certify the result or the election. by the late George O. Barnes. form all of tho legislation the ad bition for the District of Columbia, a $25,000 for In the Christian county caso Mt and $200,000 instead or the o, sistence, ' boys who, when they have once-puas federal amendment for woman ministration has in mind, but Superintendent Ham-le- tt THE MACCABEES ELECT - .their, hands to the plow will? noC ' amendments to the bank law, $75,000 asVed .before to enable the Hamilton said congress proceeds ho plans to send was not a party to the case and meet unforeseen emer OFFICERS SUPPER SOON turn back,, modification of tho seaman's law, a Presldento messages on special subjects. question In order to get up these clubs 'of national child labor law, conserva- gencies arising in the diplomatic and he had a right tojaise this . Tho president's first communicaiW In a suit., The local Knights of the Macca- boys all over tho county, I have got tion legislation to provide a new sys- consular service. tion will probably concern chiefly the A largo' item, in the treasury "Dc" V Judge iO'Rear, iBald,, there .Is no bees Ji ad a. most felicitous and enjoy- to .know who would like to get info needs of the army and navy, giving tem Tor water power sites and mineris $2,200,000 charge or fraud, but it is admitted able meeting last Thursday night. them and I appeal to you through al resources or the country; a law to partment's increases special attention to revelations and lj these columns, so if you would like by the Inter- for collecting the Income tax, an in- that every.: officer has done nothing The occasslon comprised the responsibilities growing out of tho provide tor regulations .election ot officers, which re- to go In one or both of these duo?' state Commerce commission or tho crease of- $1,000,000 over last year, but tils duty; Tho reiunw Involved Kuropean wur nnd what may be done among other things, will be have been passed upon by three bi- sulted as 'follows; Past Commander, please send me your name and adto finance a plan of preparedness to Issuanco or railroad securities and which, used to hiro 485 deputy collectors at partisan commissions, a bipartisan R. R. Riley; A. D. dress, also age, as soon' as posflbU, Commander, many other measures. assure continuing safety of the na$l,G0O per year compared wjth 127 state commission, a circuit court and Kirk; Lieut. Commander, Heber as tho club will be made up by February Tho majority In tho senate will tion. 1, 1016, Get as many of your Record Keeper, E. Gt try to overturn precedent and estab- collectors in 1915. The same depart- In one instance the court of appeals, Matthews; The new Congress is still Dcmo--cratl- c, ment wants $50,000 to enforce the and all have acted unanimously. Sander-fu- r; neighbor boys as you can to join in Schroeter; Chaplain, I. Y. but not so overwhelmingly as lish a cloture rule, thus making end cotton futures act. Sena.Sergeant, Harry May; Master with you in these contests and tnen- It has been on previous occasions less filibustering impossible. The Department of Commerce ask- BRITONS' RIDICULE or a special comat Arms, Henry Nail; First Master next fall let's have a great rally day" when President Wilson addressed It. tor Owon, chairman .flORD PEACE Slin' Guards, Forrest Hudson; Second of corn and pig club boys, and let mittee to rovlso tho rules, will sub- ed from many Increases ror gathering ,jfln the senate tho party has a. slightly ' mit a report at tho outset of tho ses- Information at homo and abroad on MasterGuards Omar Wallace; Sen- our pooplo see what Ohio county Increased majority, but political forLondon, Dec. 6. A request made tinel, E. Y. Park; Picket, R. R. Ri- boys can. do. sion and an effort will bo made to commerce industry and manufacture. tunes linvc reduced tho almost unLabor concllators, tho Labor De- In tho House of Commons this after- ley; Trustee W. E. Ellis. I tako this means of getting in wieldy forco in tho houso that camo adopt a modified cloture rulo beforo partment Bays, will need $75,006 noon .by Sir Edwin A. Cornwall, Libanything clso Is done. was .voted to have a supper for touch with you, as the papers will It in on the Democratic landslide that, Tho long delayed treaty with, Col- this' year in place of $25,000. The eral member ot tho northeast divisKnights, which reach tBomc I may not bo able to Bee, fleeted Mr. Wilson so that now. tho ombia,' Including an expression of, re Children's Bureau aBked $17,000' ion of Bothnal Green, that an intima- the benefit of tho Sir will occur on Thursday 'night, De- and they have very genorousty offerparty will have only a majority over tion be. sent, to Henry Ford' and Wil- cember 10 Sir Knights Joe Mlllei ed mo their columns for anything to gret for tho partition of .Panama and more 'than last. year. vqt,es. This Is resill of twenty-fou- r The Department of Agriculture liam Jennings Bryan that their pro- A. C. Yelser and Will Riley were' put aid agriculture in this county. Let garded as a narrow margin In a body providing for payment, of $25,O0Q-00- 0 asked for $2,500,000, tho same as posed peace mission to this country in chargo ot the arrangements. us nil put our shoulder to the wheel Is Btill pending. The Nlcarag-ua- l composed of 435 members, requiring and help the boys In a noble work'. m treaty proposing payment by tho last year, for eradication of foot and would bo "Irritating and unwelcomo" a party dclloctlor of only turttecp to enforce at the present time drew the response MANY CITIEB SEEK W. W. BROWDER, .' United States of $3,000,000 for an- mouth disease; ,47',750and 110,260 from Lard Robert Cecil, voles to defeat a measure. County Agent; 'Hartford, Ky. BIG CONVENTIONS capal strip and naval station the cotton futures act. other ,, The- New House. , ' for Foreign Afrrights Is in tho senato and tho new to enforce tUq .insecticide act. fairs; that as tho passports of tho Tho now house as officially clussl-llc- d treaty for a financial Turkeys Wanted. Washington, 'Dec. 4. The camprotectorato inonibors'of the peace mission "only paign on the part of various cities to will consist of 229 Democrats, 10? over Haiti will bo sent in at once. It Virgil Itanney Killed. That wo, may get poultry on tho Kcpubllcans, six Progressives, one Virgil Rannpy, of Lognnsport'.'Ky., had. been issued ror neutral countries capture the coming Democratic and eastern market for the, (Christmas Is the purpose ot the majority to and ono Socialist, thero forco all the treaties to a vote. hitched up his team In his horse lot the contingency contemplated by Sir .Republican national conventions was holidays, we will load at Dundee, being ono vacancy. In tho senate plven added Impetus with tho arrival Ky., Friday, .December .10th, and at last Monday aftornoon to do some Edward did not arise. Democrats and Marriage Licenses. hauling. Tho team becamo frighten ' Airapld bombardment of questions here today of the vanguard of dele- Hartford, Saturday, December 11, thero aro tltty-st- x parts of tho gations from Chicago, St. Louis, Dal- 1915. Will send out prices later. torty Republicans. Otis Stcvons, Dundee, Ky., to Es- ed and made a sudden lunge, throw- camo rrom different ing Mr. Itanney out of the wagon Houso, inviting tho Undersecretary, las and San Francisco. Please make inquiry by 'phone or ,.iIn relative Importanco on the ad- sie Crawford, Horse Branch, Ky. legislative program Gilbert Fuqua, lleda, Ky., to Nora and breaking his neck. His death seeing 'that these people left amid a The Democratic national commit- otherwise, as you may fal td get a ministration's W. E. ELLIS & BRO., was instantuncous. Ills remaiim storm of' ridicule," that he convey to tee, will meet hero next Tuesday and card. tho army and navy increases in the Canary, Beda. Hartford, Ky. Wilson Jones, Hartford, R. 1, to were burled at what is known as the them in whatover neutral country the Republican committee flvo year plan for perfecting the naa week 22t3 :; Tuosday they may find themselves the Inti later to select convention cities. Eftional defenses coma first. Allied Hattlo Allen, Hartford R. 1. Wilson burying ground mation that hey arnca ,wan(ed here forts of representatives ot the conSadden Death. with them is iho revenue problem J. N. Booth, Simmons, to Roslo afternoon. of Turner, Simmons. Mr. Oscar Stevens a prominent consideration which Involves Mr. Ranney, who was well known at any time. Lord Rob'ert'Cecil par- testing pities will tor the present be many subjects. of the Frank Thomas, Rockport, to An-nl- o by many In Hartford, having 'lived ried' the question, saying: directed mainly to inducing the Dem- citizen of Beaver Dam was suddenly "Speaking for myself, I think it ocratic commltteo to hold tho na- stricken Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 7, Fulkerson, Rockport. war tax which expires by limitation, here several years ago, was about 40 1915, with Anjlpa Pectoris .and passIncreasing the Income tax, Darnle Wilson, Horse' Branch, to years old. Ho leaves a wifo and would bo In the highest degree un- tional conventions in their city. dignified for the Government of this 'Tis tag the tariff to retain tho duty on Leona Wilson, Olaton. Dallas and San FrancUco are In ed away In a few minutes. four small children. : ' country to send any Intimation to a the race for the Democratic conven- 'ruly said a good man and a true augur which otherwise would go on M. T. Black, Hartford, R. 2, to who, tion only. The former city is pre- 'ather and citizen has gone. To IN lot of ladies and gentlemen, FOR SALE GOOD VALUSJ the free list next year, bond Issues, Lena Austin, Hartford, R..2. W. H. Maddox, Echols, to, Sarah farm land, small or1 large" farm to whatever their merits may bV, are of pared to offer a certified check for make it so pathetic his daughter some sort of tax on incomes 'from $100,00 as an inducement. Chicago Mrs. Wright has experienced, this thq the manufacture-- 'of munitions of Baxter, Rockporti suit purchasers; only sold 'to 'settle no particular importance,' Discussion ot tho subject closed In and St, Louts each with $200,000 third death in her family In the, last Musker Wilson, Horse Branch, to I estate; easy terms. and an Inheritance tax, all In-- 1 J. L. Ilawes, ' year. laughter, aroused by Will Crooks,' nre after both conventions. volve serious problems and thero Is Edna Bays, Olaton. Macoo, Ky. MIS 24 WE PIG ' JZZV?wm'& F0R -- " $170,-S53,G- fr ' in-th- f-i'ct 11 El-wo- suf-rrag- C rr seml-an-nua- - -- . Parllamen-taryUndersecreta- ry - -- -- i -- v - -- 1 HRISTM&S SfgBNffiSfc ' inggsfl Prtrl .ff- l-- - 0gz& mmm v FIX RIGHT NOW Christmas Santa Clans has come to Our Store. Ho left loads and loads of charming and useful gifts for your friends. Come now and get your '"gifts." Santa knows the reputation of our store. He put on our shelves Christmas Goods which he knows possessed quality. Just think a while and recount the gifts which you have received. They made you happy. Then make others happy; give them Christmas Presents. Also, huy yourself some new things. r X Please come in now to do your Christmas buying. We will soon be very busy. SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR BABY High Chairs, Toques, Gloves, t J FOR FATHER Overcoats, FOR MOTHER Handkerchiefs, Gloves, FOR SISTER Furs, Handkerchiefs, Coat Suits, Cloaks, House Slippers, Gloves, FOR BROTHER House Slippers, Suits, Gloves, Scarfs, Wunderhose, Shoes, House Slippers, Cloaks, Coat Suits, Dress Goods, Wunderhose, Cloaks, Shoes, Sweaters, Rockers, Blankets, Pins. Suspenders, Ties, Shoes, Handkerchiefs, Handkerchiefs, Phoenix Hose, Overcoats, Suits, Gloves, ' Fancy Pins, Phoenix Hose, Fancy Hair Ribbons, Sweaters, Wunderhose, House Slippers. 01 Ties, Suspenders, Furs. th()Se who Scarfs. Sweaters, Lap Robes. ! J If 1 AIL M A II ODHEDQI VILJCIvJ. are unable to come in and select what they wish, we will fill their orders b)r Parcel Post at the regular prices. Packages amounting to $1.00 and over, prepaid. . ie benefit : X-m- For the Home. See our display of Bugs, Mattings, Diners, Hookers, Tables and Library X as Bargains in Youths' and Men's Suits and Overcoats. Also in Ladies' Coats and Coat Suits. Tables for Christmas. Youths' Suits. Regular price $ " G.50, ut " Dress Goods. We would like for you to see our Dress Goods, consisting of Ginghams, " " 8.50, ut 10.00, at 15.00, at $ 5.00 7.00 8.50 12.00 $ 7.00 Men's Suits. Regular price " " 8.50, 10.00, 1 2.50, 15 00, 18.00, $ G.50, 10.01', s at at at at.'. at 8.50 10 00 12 00 10.OU Percales, Poplins and Silks. Anything you want for a new Christmas dress. Regular price Overcoats. ut 8.50, at 12.10, at 15.00, at S5 Underwear. 7;0() 00 at 8.50 10 00 happinej-Munsing Uuion Suits for all the 12.00 the greatest thing in tyus world, the way to become happy Ladies' Coats. family. YOUR.SELF S To MAKE .SoMEoNE EL.SE FEEL Regular price $ 5 00, at R 00 ' r);0 Children's union suits 50c and 75c. HAPPY. 0.B0, at PRE.S-ENBUY A WHOLE LOT OF 8.50, at 700 Ladies' union suits, $1.00. FOR YOUR FAMILY AND FOR YolR 10.00, at 85U FRIENDS, AND SoME NEW THING-FOR 12.50, at Men's union suits, $1.00 to $2.00. 10.00 YolRELF 15.00, at 12.50 FoRYolR OWN COMFORT COME IN THIJ WEEK To Do YOUR CHRMTMA-BUYING. It Will Pay You to DoYourXmas OUR .STORE, YOU KNOW, 3 THE POPULAR, It Will Pay You to Do Your Xmas CHRI.STMAJ STORE.. AFTER THI.S WEEK Shopping at Our Store. Shopping at Our Store. WE WILL BE CROWDED ALL THE TIME. ! CHRI-STMA.S TJ 11 CARSON ' (I.NCOKI'OKATKD.) COMPANY, 4 Hartford, Kentucky. i 1 hey All Go To We Vinson s When They Want St Bargain For December! of this busy house. Big specials for the month. Men's are offering the biggest values in the history J. T. VINSON S&fcMrVWWjiWWrWr STRUGGLING UN ICY "was on all fours and Boys' Suits and Overcoats; Ladies' Suits, Ladies' and Children's Cloaks; extra big bargains in La dies' fine Skirts; all kinds of Holiday Goods, Toys, Etc. Don't tail o sec us for all your December buying. We don't wait till the season is over to give you a bargain. Trade here and save 20 to 25 percent. "iBLIESlESX YOUR MO3S0E3TT TILDL, "TSToXJ S ID J3 TTS." & SON, The Lo.w Beaver Dam, Kentucky Price Leaders, In - SLOPES IJV A CHICAGO MAX OVKUTAKKX HXOWSTOUM OX SUMMIT OK LONGS 1'KAK. Estcu Park, Colo., Dec. Tlic following letter addrcuBt'd to Mr. John Dickinson Slicrninn, nt tills village, liy Mr. D. Y. Iloper, of Clilcngo, gives thu interesting details of an unusually (lunguroua ascent of Longs l'cak, tho giant of the new Rocky Mountain National Park, lu the early part of Hcplcmbcr. Longs Peak, which Is 14,255 feet high, was consl(lirt'd uiicllmalilo for many years. Its summit Is reached liy passing from Doulder Fluid, which Ilea 12,000 foot up, through an opening In tho rocky wall known as Keyhole out of the side of a sharp-angleslope covered with perpetual Ice and snow, which slants from near tho summit far down the mountain side to end In a nearly precipitous drop of n good deal more than a thousand feet Into Glacier Gorge. TIiIh Is called the Trough, and it is ascended by steps cut In tho Ice and snow which arc frequently obliterated by fresh snowfalls and must bo renewed contlnunlly. So fur, none of the hardy scalers of the summit, which include, by the way, an increasing number of women, has lost control on this dangerous slope, though stories are whispered of ocK casional slIpB caught just In time. In tlio Kaco of a Gale. Last summer the writer, while ascending tho lower levels, met four 4 young men, two of them with frozen ' feet, who had been held overnight on the summit by n Bnow squall obliterating tho steps too late in the day to enable them to cut new ones on their descent. "As there was a heavy snow on tho summlte of Longs Peak the night after I arrived at the Inn," writes Mr. Roper, "I was advised not to attempt thu ascent for several days on I therefore account of the danger. waited until tho fourth day after tho snow and made my ascent on Satur7, 1915. Starting day, September about seven lu the morning, I rodo alone and without guide to llouldcr Field, where tho horso was left. I had somo description of tho nppear-nnc- o of thu Keyhole, and it had been suggested that perhaps I would have Iltnculty lu getting by tho snow in tho Trough, and might do better to climb tho bowlders along tho sldo. Tho geological survey map constituted tho rest of my Information about nscent. U tho"WnlkliiK across Iloulder Field 1 was somewhat sheltered from the at wind which was blowing n galo from To Curo Children's Colds. reaching tho On tho southwest. Keep child dry, elotho comfortably .Koyholo I found the wln'd blowing nvold exposure nnd give Dr. Dell's ngalnst mo so strong that I could d about half tho tlmo nud did considerable climbing over nud amongst the bowlders. I would characterize the ascent ns dangerous rather thun dilllcult. There was no snow of any consequence except In the Trough, although tho notes In the register on the summit showed thnt tho party had found two Inches on the summit the provlous day. "1 had taken opportunity to enjoy the many magnWcnnt vlows on tho way up the peak, and it was fortunate that I did so, as I there found a storm gathering the clouds being about on thu level with the summit of the peak and snow starting to full. I in ml c n slight tour of the summit nnd then located nnd examined the register of the Colorado Mountain ,Club. "The snowfall rapidly increased, so that In twenty minutes niter reaching tho summit I started tho descent, ns I feared difficulty due to tho snow covering the steps in the ico through tho Trough. My fears wore well founded. More thnn half of the steps wero not only filled but entirely covered and obliterated, so that It was Impossible to locate them. There were soveral places from fifty to a hundred feet wide or moro between tho bowlders along the side of the Trough where there was no sign of any footing, and if ono should start to slip It was hard to see Just where one might expect to stop. Tho only certnln placo appeared to bo down near Glacier Lake, somo "2,000 feet below. "In theso places I made steps by repeated kicks with my heel, at tho same tlmo making handholds higher up with my hands In tho crusty snow. "Fortunately, I was able to find the steps In thnt portion of tho sldo of the Trough that was covered with Ice. In ono placo I attempted to go down over a bowlder by lowering myself feet first, but after getting so ' far that I swung freely below the chest I found it impossible to And safe footing nnd had to climb up again over the bowlder. As this bowlder was located in a position with a steep crusty Bnow slopo below It, the climbing up was attended with somo danger, and especially so as tho first part of tho climbing consisted of n series of kicks and wriggles in nn attempt to lift my clothing clear of tho rough bowlder and to movo forward at tho same tlmo until 1 could bring my foot or knee Into action. "Tho trail was very dim after getting out of the Trough. Several times I found myself a considerable distance above tho trail, and nearly descended through tho transom, It there Is ono, Instead of tho Keyhole. Tho difllcultlos In tho Trough and In losing tho trail resulted In my making tho descent to tho Koyholo In nn minutes, or flvo hour nnd thlrty-llv- o minutes longer thnn tho tlmo required for tho ascent." WILSON'S NAME FOR part "Hut u protest against unemploy- ment. It will be said that conditions Of course, the war Is a pro tempore protective tariff of a makeshift kind, nnd in addition wc hnvo this new trado in munitions of war. Whatever may bo our opinion of Its ethics wo cannot deny that It is bringing money into this country. But when tho war ceases and we lose Instantly both our substitute for nn adequate tariff and our munitions trado, what then? "Nor is this all. Tho manufacturing enterprises of Europe generally havo not been destroyed. They have been curtnlld, suspended, changed and largely brought under governmental control, which Will mean such regulation that foreign markets can be Invaded successfully. Ten million men will leavo the trenches when this war closes. Will they be turned loose to be slowly absorbed without plan or provisions into industry? By No government would 110 means. dsr try such an experiment. "On the contrary, each government will, In the beginning at least, assign these soldier-workme- n to Industrial tasks. Wages? These men are soldiers. The governments control tho Industries. Until industries aro the men and their families will continue to be supported as they arc now being supported. Wo shall face, therefore, not the product of European cheap labor, but the product of soldier labor, and our country, unscathed by war, Is tho market to which their goods must come. Against tthe wholesale dumping on our market of this flood of the foreign goods most cheaply-produce- d ever made, wc must have protection or the employees of our own competing factories will walk the streets. 'I am for preparedness, but even moro thnn preparedness for war, wo need preparedness for peace. That only wo can attain preparedness through a protective tariff and, scientifically, only through a tariff comI propose, at once, to admission. vocate both. " ' NEBRASKA BALLOT nro improving. BE SURE AND MAIL US YOUR LIST ! For Anything You May Need in V hut miYAX's iskothkiihkkusus TO SIGN XAMK TO I'KKSI-liKNTPKTITIOX. H LUMBER SASH, DOORS, COLUMNS, AIMING i t MILLWORK For Our Lowest Prices. Tho nnme of President Woodrow Wilson as a candidate for tho Democratic presidential nomination Is on file hero today with tho Secretary of State ready to bo placed on tho Nebraska primary ballot lu 191C. Charles Ilryan, Mayor of Lincoln nnd brother of V. . Bryan, former Secretary of State, refused to sign tho Wilson petition when invited to do so. Ho said that ho did not wish to embarrass tho President, but If the petitioners wluld wait until he communicated with Mr. Wilson, he might sign. Lincoln, Nob., Dec. 4. CHDnCVII I F Dl Jake Wilson, Mgr. Incorporated Mil I mMDAIMV FORDSVILLE, KY. Starck Pianos No Money inAdvnnce aBam'' I As soon as an For Rheumatism. attack of Rheuma- tism begins apply Sloan's Liniment. Don't waste time and suffer unnecessary agony. A fow drops of Sloan's Liniment on the affected parts is all you need. Tho pain goes at once. A grateful sufferer writes: "I was suffering for three weeks with Chronic Rheumatism and Stiff Neck, although I tried many medicines, they failed, and I was under the care of a doctor. Fortunately I heard of Sloan's Liniment and after using it three or four days am up and well. I am employed at tho biggest department store in S. F. whore they employ from six to eight hundred hands, and they surely will hear all about H. D. Smith, San Sloan's Liniment. Francisco, Cal. Jan. 1915. At all 2 Druggists. lK!r P. A. STARCK FfttSlDtNT 1 LowentNet anteed Guar 'UmBmmSSi HMMHaSHBEfiBHl a Prices R a i est A Terms Fa at ory Saving ol SlOO to S300 From E'f518s3KBi2E2Bllrlfv-OVSOrgv, l Fno-tor- y Direct t'IZIB- Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial, tn your home. No cash payment required. All we ask is that you will play upon, ujo ana test mis piano ior tu days, jr, at trie rnu or mat time, you uo not nnd it tne highest grade, sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you have ever seen foi the money, you arc nt perfect liberty to send It back, and wc will, In that event, ray the frelRht both ways. This Starck Piano must make good with you, or mere is no saic. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL M i - jj B Savs $150.00 or Hurt We fliip direct to you from our factory, at prices that cave ou upwjnls of $160.00 In tlic cost of your piano. We guarantee to furnish yen a better piano for the money than 3 oil can You are assured of rccn ins secure elsewhere. a satisfactory tweet toned durable Mgli trade piano. Etsy Payments You pay no cash down, but after 39 days ot trial, you can begin payment on the low est, tasit terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These tonus arc arranged to suit your convenience, and It Is poseibl? for yon lo bey a piano lor your home, without ntTfl'g the noncy. -- ,. - hardly stand. I therefore retraced a fow steps and sat down in the leo of a projecting rock, and ato a portion of my lunch. It was so cold that thoro appeared to bo no prospect of rain at higher attitudes, and I theroforo loft at this point my knapsack, containing my raincoat, tho of my lunch and n few other incidentals. ' Cutting Steps In the Ice. "After leaving tho Kcyhhio tho general direction of the trail was indicated by a fow cairns, but they were very scarco. Tho footprints In tho snow of a party that had mado tho ascent tho previous day wero of considerable assistance and particularly bo lu tho Trough, where I found tholr stops cut in tho leo and crusty snow. I did not have to cut moro than, six or eight steps, und as I had nothing that could bo used for tho purposo except my hunting knife this was very fortunate. The ascent from tho Koyholo to tho summit required au hour und In tho Trough I Thirty minutes. believes will overwhelmingly elect a expels tho cold germs, soothes tho Republican President to succeed tho throat and allays intlama-tlopresent Democratic Administration. irritated heals the mucous membrane. It This slogan relates to tho policy of Search ns you will, you cannot find tariff protection to savo tho United a better cough and cold remedy. Its States from being mado tho dump- uso over 45 years Is a guarantee of ing ground of European manufactur2 satisfaction. ers after tho present war is over. o a. Mr. Dennett pointed to tho clllclency Increase in Price of Colored Paper. of European military organizations, New York, Dec. 4. Paper Jobbers nnd warned his hearers that once hero received announcements from that efficiency Is directed toward loading paper manufacturers today manufacturing articles to compete in that tho price of colored papers has our markots, It would not bo possible been advanced from half a cent to to keep open our factories with tho 4 cents a pound, according to tho wago dlffcrcnco that now exists. He grade. The greatest advanco la In called attention to tho fact that a coarse grades. Writing papers, encommission from Franco has Just velopes, oiled paper used on printing It Is pleasant, arrived In Now York to purchase presses, sandpaper and drawing pa soothing, antiseptic, ralse3 phlegm from the United States machinery per sharo In this rise. White paper and reduces Inflnmatlon. Tho llrst costing nearly two hundred million also will bo affected by the advanco doso gives relief, continued treat- dollars. This machinery will bo of it is announced. No satisfactory sub ment with proper caro will avoid ser- tho most modern typo, and used as stituto for tho anallno dyes imported ious illness or n long cold. Don't de- soon as tho war is over to manufac- from Germany before tho war has lay treatment. Don't let your child ture goods in competition with our been found by paper manufacturers suffer. Get a bottlo today. Insist on homo manufacturers. they say. 2Cc. at Mr. Bennett referred to the wonDr. Hell's 2 derful ability shown by somo of tho Druggists. Why You Should Use Chamberlain's ' countries now nt war to supply their Cough Remedy. Kiss Aimed ut Relative own needs under tho most dilllcult Woiiuiii'h Because it has nn established repu! Ijinri.s on Negro.. circumstances nnd said that just as Joilet, III., December 1. A wom- 'soon as tho wa'r ends tho snmo in- tation, won by Its good work. an from Sioux City, la., with flvo genuity will bo dlroctcd toward supBecause It is most esteemed "by bags and suit cases and three children plying tho needs of consumers In the those who have used It for many had somo dlfllculty pushing through United States. years, as occasion required, and aro tho crowd to board a Rock Island 'Democratic orators used to tell best acquainted with its good quail- train. At tho steps slin turned to us that a Democratic tariff would SI ties. kiss her assisting relative good-bnot disturb business; but it did," . but ho had been pr'ed I0030 In tho said Mr. Bennett. "Tho war, regret- -' Dccauso It loosens and relieves a crowd, and sho kissed Instead "Dl-nn- tablo as It Is, was tho salvation of cold and aids nature. In restoring Drown, tho peter. Then sho American industry. Even with im-- j tho system to n healthy condition. fulnted. ports greatly Impeded by tho war, j Dccauso it does not contain opium our manufacturing industries wero or any other narcotic. Rocauso It is within tho reach of so seriously Interferred with in this city last winter that 400,000 people all. It ouly costs a quarter. Obtain-abl- o FOR FLETCHER'S m everywhere. wero out of work. Tho election was n. y. y. I "When the Wur Kuds, What Then?" Hon. William S. Dennett, the Republican candidate elected recently to Congress by a majority of 700 in How To Cure Colds. a district that formerly gave tho Avoid exposure and drafts. Eat Democratic candidate a majority of right. Tako Dr. King's New Discov6,000 in a straight-ou- t ery. It is prepared from Pino Tar, fight, tonight healing and balsams and mild laxatives. sounded a campaign slogan which he Dr. King's New Discovery kills nnd Peace anti-Wils- Preparing For Startle Piano ! guaranteed tor 15 yean. 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Vo. lI.H.ECKERT.Mgr. Children dry " CASTORI A ! Incorporated OWKNfllSOItO, hi c Up, European PI? i H i ord Republican. roritln to lw t th l'otofflc cond r nil mall mtfr nt lh ditlons surrounding the work people of Europe and the work people of the United States under tho policy of Tho story told by Mr. Protection. Woollcy In tho Post Is full of human Ho deals with five Euro-lea- n --- an WANT HOSPITALS . Interest. wago earners of tho higher typo Austrian carpenter, nn Italian machinist, a French locomotive engl-icc- r, a French millwright foreman, communications to I nil .idroM a Chemnitz printer and a London po- ' Hartford Republican. Kb I. .... ITn.1 li irnrtn In. 4lm lniVnr ." ICl'lllilll. I1UU IIU h" trades of employment for his facta xU riCE TO 3UBSCHIBEHS ho would have found a far wider R iicMIktk ilmlrlntr tin" iniiriMMit li i in1 Hililniuln miikliiR th. julf of contrast between conditions iiiiitwlTithiiill ad' States. Europe -l t.ItnulniiM l.ocnN iiinl Notice Kv imt lino inul f" ,n Tnko for nml tho United enso of example, the pr lino lor ea.'li mlilliliiiiiil Innerllnn. Til a Vlcnncso carpenter, ink fo Peter Zckka, O'.ltnuru'i, lUiiiliitlniiK nml Until of His wage was $1.7fi a day, while his In mlviiimi. pT lino iiiiiiii,.t trw, Imt ntlior father, a bricklayer, earned $1.10 n Church Notlii'n for ihtvIoi-ilTfftliiimiil. ! I"r .Inc. day. These wages were less than ronimimli'iitlonn will rfrflw no A iDnyimmn d the wages paid to American t'Kllllllll arpenters and bricklayers. Peter's grandmother carried hods of brick CBLrilOlTSC. up long ladders and wns paid 30 cents 123 Ou.m.'barla.lii. CO a day. In tho summer she went 3To.rrai.aro' without shoes or stockings and In the winter sh,o had to go nlong without FRIDAY, DKCKAIRKR 10. gloves. She lived tho life of n henst of burden; her home a hovel with For President 191G slimy walls and a stone floor; carried CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS, water from a faucet In an open court; of Indiana. was wholly without sanitary conveniences; her daily life unspeakable. Peter, the grandson, with his ?1.75 A boy up in Ohio stole money marry and live which a day, could afford to from his Grand mother with flat costing $1.70 a In a four-rooto Join the Y. SI. C. A. What the? week. But to help out ho had to Food supplies In two lodgers. We wonder who will get the con- take cost the Zokkn family $4.50 a week, tracts for all those munitions and allowed for very little meat, but other supplies incidental to the pre- no this and no eggs. Nothing was butter paredness propaganda. left for clothing except the small sum couple kept their paid by tho two lodgers. So Peter A Connecticut New wedding a secret for five years. It Zckka went to America. In York ho promptly got work at $4 a is supposed that they were trying for day. .How ho progressed and saved the record established by Adam and money,, and sent to Vienna for his Etc. wife and family, and hi time saved Urey Wodson enough o build a llttlo home in JerThose friends of Mr. sey, and' finally becamo a successful who were so wrought up over the seof homes for sale all this Is lection of Mr. Haldcman as National builder well 4old.by Mr. Woolley. Committeeman from Kentucky arc The case of Ernesto Callandra, an overjoyed to learn that the whol4 machinist, as described by business was a fake and that after Italian Edward Mott Woolley in the Saturnil you can't fire such a distinguishday Evening Post is equally Interested official as a Committeeman withing and Instructive as showing out he agrees to t. Tp sum the opportunities for success in lifewhat are whole thing up that is Jusf. what hapafforded in this land of the free, this pened. They told Woodson that he was fired and he refused to abide land of Protection to American labor Vqain t.ie two French and industry, by any such decision, meclna'cr, ,? loco ir.tivc cugfi It is to be hoped that a bill cre- driver and the millwright hi nnt. : ating the office of county health off- the Chemnitz printer cud the London "hnbl-y."- . ages th.it t all curued icer, will be passed at the coming seswould of the Legislature. This" bill their American prototypes sion nation that they are not wanted here mean dire poverty and degradation. and was laid aside by the 'Senate Liberal extracts from Mr. Woolley's rules committee. It provides for a contribution to the Saturday Evening well qualified official to be elected Post are given In this week's' Amerithe county board of health for a can Economist. It would be well It term of four years.'. His duties to be they could be read by every Amerf-- 1 the general supervision of tho health can who works for wages, and also conditions in the county and to pro- by every American worldhgman and mote sanitation in schools and other business man who entertains any places where it might be nccdecir doubt 'whatsoever as to the priceless Such an officer could be a great aid value of-- a Tariff which jirovldes emto the citizens ol this county. He ployment for American labor at wag would be required to devote his time es three t,mc8 the European wage p.c, makes possible the highest flxclusively to his official duties and. living known in the in caso he proved unsatisfactory to standard of bo re- world, and yet loaves a margin for the board of health ho would happimoved by that body. The question savings that mean comfort and an Ofllco Is ness In the later years of life. of the. expense of such acglfgliiin ill comparison to the good U would do and when we note the PREDICT THE ALLIES WILL NOT DISCUSS PEACE f&ct that our livo stock get more atfrom the state than our chiltention London, Dec. 1. Viscount dren we begin to think it over. former Lord High Chancellor, discussing the possiDiuues oi peace CIRCUMSTANTIAL KVIDKNCK. ' .,.., v nn.r,i .hn hint that Mr during a meeting in King's Hall last that peace was more Ford and company left his country night, declared thing of Mister Wll-- , to bo desired than any other without the sanction , nt the present moment. Nevertheless the speaker predicted Have you thought bow soon tho negotiations would be factories which are now running that no peace would close considered by Great Britain or her full blast on war orders t Kniperor William and the If peace wore to l.o mh1.1h.1v H"3 war party had been thrown I ho owners of tho fnc- - Cerman declarul and by the German torles laced tho competition of cheap out of the saddle democracy. ly made European products? "The allies of a century ago,' said Have you noted that fact that the president Is too lnny r;illin the Viscount Haldano, "were quite ready congress to mako peace with France, but not signals for the sixty-fourt- h with Napoleon. So nlso, today, until to give out any peace dope? Did jou know that Mr. Bryan re- - wo can deal witli tho real German signed from the cabinet because his people, whom wo can trust and whom ideas uhout keeping tho peace of the we know as sane contributors of world did not coincide with those of many gopd' things; 'to the world's civ-th- e ilizatlon, but who have temporarily president? Do'you know Jhat the dismissal of yielded tlieir place to false leaders, noy-e- l and Von Papen from tho wo do not care to talk peace.' German embassy has a' sinister slg-' Tho 0nl' M,m W, Want lu i !' nlficanco? , It is reported that Champ Clark If thq' election lii'jlOlil comes af-- , Eu'fopean war Is 'cldsc'd the has bpeni 'chosen to, make the ter the will Ihj mU Hpeecitputtlng Wopdrow Wilson up In its true llgh't and tbey tin nomination for a second term in .shown national contention won't have a ghost of a show to he prco-Trad- e of 1910. A good selection, One rabid make good. Free-Tradboosting another rabid r. "Earning n Living In Europe.", There was a time when .Albeit no friend of Protection, but Champ would have been glad to hnvo strongly inclined toward low Tariffs homebody put him In nomination, and no Tariffs, the Saturday Evening Hut not next year. Not very long Post, of Philadelphia, Is entitled to ago he wisely and wittily remarked, much credit for Its enterprise and its concerning tho nomination noxt year, spirit of fairness In procuring and "Of course, Wilson can havo it if ho publishing an interesting article by wants It, and If ho doesn't want it, Edward Molt Woolley entitled "Earn- - nobody else will." It looks now us Tho writer though tho Professor wns tho only Jug a living In Europe." has been at much pains to inform man who wants that nomination. concerning tho wnges paid body elso seems anxious to faco cer-- f countries, tho tain defeat. Per contra, more than 11 different European mode of llvlnp, tho cost or living and n dozen are working for tho Protec-a- n array of important facts that II- - tlonlst nomination next yeur. Straws Justrate tho contrast between the con- - show, etc. C. SI. 11AIIXBTT, KilUor mid I'rop. ESTIMi HAIIXKTT, Associate KilUor .". with branch of tie peace verdict of Jury utility as .charged nnd fined $AR and costs, wtli work clauso attachh Falling to pay or replevy, ed. DAVIESS tided Vj Jail. 'Com'Ui. vs. Fcrda Lee, charged "With disturbing religious worship plea of guilty entered, law nnd facts WHERE THE TUBEHCOTiOSIH 'PAto the court and fined $20 nnd costs, TllO-PETIENTS CAN HE GIVEN Kino and cost replevied and defendATTENTION. ant released from custody. Com'th vs. Clarence Allen and Herman Morris, charged with disCANT) USE PEST HOUSE turbing religious worship plea of guilty entered law nnd facts to the court ami fined $20 nnd costs. Fine Member of Society Cites Cnie of and costs replevied. Com'th. vs. Paul Carter, charged Young Woman Stricken With with breach of penco, acquitted. , Dread Disease. re-hfR : Hurry! X-ni- ns is drawing near tiino to think of milking somo one ulnd. You enn't do any better llilih cm mo . ill' .ln .. nlfv , uiinli ,.o ,,.,! n ,iu .. i my .......u .....I jiw ii tiiim hi "uivv j'. si in mm in Wnlchiw, Kiivnlliercs, ring?, in Unit etui be had in u tact, everything ,. Wutoli-Hruculot- f, First Class Jewelry Store. wo will up-to-d.il- e. ts. Conc in and selict while the choice is good and hold it for you. My stock is ahsolutely new Nothn.g t ni'leet from that waa and Prices lower than wem left over ft oni IstM, over known In foie. you both us to Come in and let me eonviucu one-thir- m if Hal-dan- o, , society Is Tho going to renew Its fight to secure a hospital for the caro of tubercular patients. Thnt tljls is true was evident from nn Interview with Mrs. J. D. Hays, a prominent member of the society. Mrs. Hays is very strongly In favor of n Joint city and county hospital, where citizens of Owens-hor- o and Daviess county can be properly cared for. "The necessity of some suitable place where we can house and care for our tubercular patients becomes more emphasized every day," said Mrs. Hays. "Only today a case has come under my observation that is one of the most pitiful I lnve ever seen. And coming as it does at this Christmas time, makes It nil the more pitiful. Girl Without Fundi. "A young woman came to me and stated thaV slip was without funds, without employment, and stricken with the white plague. An investigation made personally convinced me that the girl was a most worthy object . of (Consideration- - A physician in the city says that she has a high temperature and Is undoubtedly tubercular. He stated further, that if the girl could secure a ropm and go to bed, and thereby secure a much needed rest, the fever could In all probability bo combattcd, thereby giving her a fighting chance 4for her life. society "The has decided to take charge of the girl and provide funds for her care by providing her a room and sufficient, proper and nourishing food. The question, that confronts us now Is, where Can we send Jjerf Every person in the city who has been approached has declined to take her In his homo on account of the naturo of her Illness. She Is now Btayltig-wlt- h friends, who, although air poverty stricken ns she is, are sharing their food and house with her.' ThVpur-- : pose of this entervlew Is 16 ascertain who In Owensboro will offer a room to this unfortunate girl at the exI will be more pense of tho'soctety. than pleased to have such person or persons 9om.p,u.n,cfite with ( me, at the earliest possible moment, as the caso Is & worthy one and one that Is demanding immediate attention. Effort For Appropriation. Mrs. Hays Stated that an effort was made on the part of the society to secure an appropriation to erect a suitable hospital for tho tubercular cases coining under its observation and care, but Miat the movement failed. Since has been its defeat the society working along the best It could In relieving such Individual caseB as came to its attention. It has provided an efficient and cnpablo trained nurse In Miss Rutli Watson, whose services arp given free to the sick. Would UhO Pest House. "That somo place should bo provided," says Mrs. Hays, "is one of tho most pressing needs of tho city. There Is a pest house which could bo used. This was provided for the care and Isolatioii of smallpox patients, nnd I understand there were only two or threo cases of smallpox cured for In tho building during tho past yea. If wo could seciiro the use of this building and grounds temporarily a great problem would bo partially solved." , LATEST WAR Monday. NEWS QuaJity and Bargains. R. W. '' Hurry: and Optician t f 1 ! So far as Is known .The ISalKiius. Greece has not compiled with tho demands of the Entente Allies for absolute freedom for their troops on Greek soil. Unofllclal advices, however, deal optimistically with the situation. It is asserted thnt the Greek Cabinet again discussed the demands, that the Premier laid them before King Constantino, and thnt the Entente Ministers in Athens hnvo been assured thnt Greece's reply will be satisfactory. Meanwhile the forces of the Teutonic Allies arc continuing their gains against the Serbs and Montenegrins in the North. In the south, however, attempts by the Bulgarians to o capture French positions near and nlong the Cerna River were checked by the artillery and infantry fire of the French. Kos-turin- Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Hepaired, Kyes Tested CJIaspes Kitted. KIiG. Jeweler " Henver 1 )ci m. Ky, 5AAftA 41 f 4 1 SftftftiSftdftdftftft! ? i i 4? ? Men and Young Men the foremost clothiers of Owensboro, are making a strong bid for your Winter business. Stocks are now complete in every department. Wile Brothers, An enormous ir i i A large German amGermany. munition factory at Halle, Saxony, Is reported to have been destroyed by an explosion with the loss of several hundred lives. Discontented work men are said to be suspected of blowing up the plant. 4? 4? 4? 4 4? Tuesday. United States. Count von Bcrn-stor- ff yesterday presented the State Department a comunicatlon asking for tho reasons for the request that Germany withdraw Capt. Boy-E- d and Capt. von Papen, the German naval and military attaches, respectively, of the embassy at Washington. Peace talk emanating frdni Vienna, in the Vatican and in 'the German Reichstag has no 'echo In Great Britain, according to London dispatches. London professes to be more interested in the plans of the Joint war council of all the Allies which has been formed and which held its first meeting in Paris. There Is evidence of a change of military policy in the Bai kans, where the British and French have been beating off the Bulgarians, and despite the rumor that a withdrawal to Saloniki is contemplated the" Allies are landing more troops. Grceeo. There are signs that the Greek situation Is righting Itself in conformity with the demands of the British, according to dispatches from Athens, which report that a modus vlvcndl has been agreed upon regarding the movements of troops. On the other hand King Constantino has given out a statement to the press In which he complains that the demands of the Entente Allies arc to much, and asserts that Greece will not be driven out of her neutrality by force or cajolery. Wednesday. United States. Tho sinking In the Mediterranean by a submarine of tho Nnierlcnn oil steamer Coinniunlp.iv, reports of which come from Roiuo, i,vi shadows other Incidents of the vnr Insofar ns this country is affeyl-c.- I. Tho Communlpaw, according to the nomo dispatches, was sunk nc.ir Tobiuk, Tripoli, but the nationality of the submarine and the fate of the crow ore unknown. 4) 4? 49 4? 4? 41 41 41 & assortment of high c H H 41 41 i 11 J1 class Suits, Overcoats, Odd Trousers, Fancy Vests, Shoes. Hats, Neckwear and Furnishing Goods. Novelties in Neckwear. Hosiery and Suspenders for Christmas shoppers. Standard quality, b & England. 41 41 41 &' 41 41 41 44 expert service, 1 I strictly 41 41 Postage paid on all mail orders of $1 or over. one-price. 0 ' The Balkans. 41 41 41 41 41 Let the largest clothing store in Western Kentucky supply your wants. i I & 41 41 Wile Brothers OWENSBORO, KY. l???9 ;9?v99w; 9991 41 41 41 41 41 & & b One Experience Convinced Me of ils Value "One of our salesmen demonstrated the 'value of the Long Dis- tance Telephone to usr He was at Huntsville, Ala., and upon his own ... responsibility put in Long Distance calls far fifteen merchants within a radius of several hundred milcs.v " "In less than one hour he had sold 2100 barrels of flour at a total cost to us Qf less th;yi six dollars. "Since then we have applied the Loner Distance Bell Telephone to every feature of our business witrt The service is fine, the most profitable results. rates are reasonable and there is more satisfaction in one Long Distance Telephone talk than in half a dozen letters". j w -r- - 1' er , Free-Trade- Court Notes. Tho will of Thomas E. Butler was filed In ..County Court here Monday It devises all his and, probated. property, real nnd personal, "to his wifo, Annie I. Butler, and tvfo 'children, ,Eva O. and Charllo K. Butler, after all juik debts each aro'pald. Mrs. Butler was designated as executrix without bond.1 Tho will of Mathlas M. Sliultz was likewise filed and probated. It devises all of his estate, real and personal, to his wlfo during her lifetime and at her death to bo equally divided amongst their children. Mrs. Sliultz was designated as executrix without bond and Is directed and empowered with authority to pay all Just claims against tho estate. Com'th. vs. Barney Smith, charged with ad ultry verdict or Jury guilty as charged and fined $20 and costs with work clauso attached. Falling to pay or replevy, remanded to Jail. Com'th. vs. Albert Long charged one-thir- Italy. Reports that tho Italians. havo sent a force to take part in the Balkan campaign appear to bo con firmed in tho Austrian official account of a naval engagement in tho lower Adriatic Sea. The Austrian cruiser Novara, assisted by several destroyers, on December 5 sank threo largo and two small steamers and ftvo Bailing vessels at San Giovanni di Medua, wliero they wcro discharging war material. Tho Austrian flotilla was bombarded heavily by tho land batteries. An Austrian warship also sent to tho bottom tho French submarine Fresnel. In France. OITenslvo movements aro expected In Franco and Belgium, whero reports stato that he Germuns hnvo concentrated heavy nionls for a probable blow on tho Allied lino in Flanders and Artols. (fiKn CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY HSCOHHORAIEDI ' HOX 111), OWENSIiORO, KY. .1 Christmas Opening! Trttlorrov morning our entire line of Christmas Goods will be on display. Our Toy Department will be on the second floor. We extend you a special invitation to come and bring the children. We have toys that will be a delight to them, as well as a complete line of ful presents for the older folks. Do your Christmas early and do it at our store. 0 Don't forget this and re member that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, DKCKMIIKK V., II. & No. 113 No. 110 No. 112 10. 8T. Ii. It. II. TIME TAD.LK. duo at Ellmltch 8:22 p.m. duo at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. . 3:40 p.m. Lv. Ellmltch Ar. Irvlngton . 5:35 p.m. Lv. Irvlngton . 5:56 p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. No. 111 Lv. Louisville . 8:35 a, m. Ar. Irvlngton . .10:06 n. m. I 10:40 a.m. Lv. Irvlngton Ar. Ellmltch .. l.UY p. XXI. M., II. & E. R. It. TIME TAULE. South Round, No. 115 .'8:45 a. m. Due at Hartford North Bound, No. 114 6:15 p. m. Duo at Hartford (Doth "Mixed Trains.) I I GUNS! aKSTiTj GUNS! m& . 1 CARRY IN HTOCK A LAROK LINE OF Shot Guns, Rifles TARGET GUNS, AMMUNITION, SHELLS, i ETC. ' Anil respectfully request jou to call nnd seo tho Ihtr- est lino of Shot GunV Rifles, Ammunition, Shells, AC,,! ever brought to Hartford. , , Goods the Best and Prices the Lowest. U. S. Carson GROCKRYMAN, I HARTFORD, KY. Laor Saver. Stiver Saver. Ask Tappan. For American wlro Fence, call on Mit U. S. Carson " spent tho day hero Wednesday. lludaonTxaTthoaEency for Nation-iil Silver Cleaner In Beaver Dara. Mr. Allen Duncan, of Owensboro ( Rubber Roofing nnd Paint can bo DKATII OF MR. FRANK MAY ftftdftftftSftftftftftftftjSAftAAAftAftSftSftAftftMtfi AT HOME IN HARTFORD had nt Acton Itros. 0 Mr. Harold Holbrook has returni Death has again Invaded n honio ed from Howling Green. In Hartford and taken from its midst & Mr. Jnmes Glenn wan tho finest tho husband and father, Mr. & Frank In Llvcrmoro lant week. of frlcndH May, who passed away last Saturday 1 ovenlng at 3: 415 o'clock. Mr. May i Ask Hudson about tho free demr? onstration of National Silver Cleaner. had been In bad health for n year or fi i two, but his fatal Illness was only For big bargains In Ileal Estnto two or f three days duration. His l soo Holbrook & Parks. Hartford, particular nllment was chronic In- ? I Ky. 7tf tcrsteclal nephritis, duo to chronic bh Makci Silver cleaning a pleasure. lead poisoning, ns ho was n painter l A nit Tnppan about National Slvcr by trade. Ho was a quiet, Inoffen- - t? ?, Cleaner. rIvo innn who went through life atl Marvel "of the ago. Ask Hudson tending strictly to bis own affairs, I? inter-esabout National Silver Cleaner. Lasts nnd was highly respected. c fi years. Mr. May wts born nt Jacksonville, Marvel of tho ago. Ask Tappan III., and was 59 years old at the about tho f unions National Silver tlmo of his death. He leaves a wife nnd two children, Fied and Phillip, Cleaner. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hurnsof Island Sta- also two brothers, one living at Ky., nnd the other at Mustion wero tbo guests of tholr aunt, kogee, Ok. The family havo resided Mrs. Maggie Grlllln last week. fi In Hartford a number of years. Just take a look at those beautiful services were held at the fi Funeral l Ilox Candles at Hur's Grocery. Make family residence Sunday afternoon ft tho finest Christmas Presents. ? nt 2 o'clock nnd Interment was nt Mr. and Mrs. Everot McKlnney of Oakwood. The deceased was a memt McIIonry were tho guests of Mr. and ber of the Baptist church and the fi Mrs. Ike Sander fur last week. locnl pastor, Rev. Creel, conducted W lluy your girl n subscription to tho funeral services in a touching Iler's Holnry Library for a Christ- manner. There were six Maccabcc Something new and pall bearers, In respect to the older mas present. usegood. Come and sco. son, 'Fred, who Is n member of the Tho next tlmo you walk" down the order. They were W. E. Ellis, Esg till Park, R. T. Collins, J. P. Case-bie- r, street stop when you hear the L. C. Acton and Hcber Matand look in Tappan's window. thews. Oh, how beautiful! 22t3 i; nr There was a large crowd In atshop-pin- g Tho Order of Eastern-Stwill meet Monday evening nt 7:00 o'clock tendance at the funeral and burial. Incorporated All members arc urged to attend. Last 1k Cash Sale This Year FriThird and MRS. ANNIE HARNETT, W. M. day and Katurdny, Dec. 10 & 11. Mr. P. lirMay,"or"ifopkInsville, Floor in Town- Best Light. s. Navy Ueans 75c has been in Hartford the past few s. Good Coffee $1.15 DAILY SALES. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. da a, on account of the illness nnd s. Peaberry Coffee .$1.80 Mr. death of his brother, Frank Kpir Stniln. . fUtr All May. He left for his home Monday. . .""-"- vna ., . I .w. V...M.II.I. Last year we sold 9,000,000 pounds, or 40 per cent of .all that Wrlto to Kjurdsvillo Planing Mill S cakes Lenox Soap 25c passed over loose leaf floprs and of all the Durley, Co, for samples and prices on Rubber 7, boxes Grahdma's",Washlng ' Hoofing. The kind that lasts. They THEKE WAS A REASON ". Powder 25c will mako you close prices and fur- 7 boxes Spaghetti 25c nish you samples. All you have to 1 gal. Sweetheart Syrup 40c do Is write a postal card. Both Phones. 1 can Pure Hog Lard $5.50 s. Deet Sugar Since the steam heating plant has $1.00 English Walnuts been installed in the building con20c Malaga Grapes. . , taining the New Star Theater and 20c 45c tho Riley Barber Shop, Messrs. Heav-rl- u 1 gal. Cranberries Citron and Darrass have one of the 25c Loose Raisins most modern buildings in tho city. 25c . .25c Chocolate Candy Judgo J. B. Wilson went to Louisville Wednesday to attend the County 2 packages Circle Blend Coffee. .45c ILER'S GROCERY. Judges State Association which convened there yesterday and closes toA Dialogue. day. Judge Wilson delivered a dis"Home'lato again," Jock. "Now, cussion on the "Fiduciary System yesterday during tho morning ses- where have you been?" "Why, at a 'Tariff tax' meeting." sion. Laor Saver. Silver Saver. Ask 'Nowilook here, Jock, tell me what Rov. II. IS. Gwinn has resigned as Hudson. pastor of the First Christian church 'IsWTarlff tax' anyhow." yjXt1 d 'Tariff ta Is assort of n Mr. Uowan Holbrook wae In 'Louta of Hartford' and he and his w,lfo will' sort" of . villa this week. leave shortly after tho first of the duty a ,sort of a tax a o:ieverything that comes into Fori Ship Stuff nnd feeding Oats year. Thoy will probably locate at country from abroad; that's it." seo Acton Dros. Creelsboro, Ky. The people of Hart- this t ",A tax, on everything that comes Fruit Baskets and Fancy Candies ford regret very much to give these in? Well, if that's the case, what's are buying earlier 'each year, and with this in mind we have good people up. A pastor for the galoro at Iter's Grocery. bothering about it? Why church will be provided as soon as the use of most or our Holiday Jewelry now on display, and as has Tappan8cllstho famous National practicable. you help to stop the things Rev. F. E. Harlan de- don't Silver Cleaner. Lasts 5 years. into-thicountry?vFor beertA6ur custom eaoh year since coming to Hartford, have coming livered an able sermon at the Chris- from if they don't come in and we doiVt materially increased our stock both in quality and quantity, Mr. andIrsT E. G. Uorrass were tian church Wednesday evening. b'uy them, then wo carit pay any tax in Louisville first of the week. which you will readily discover the minute you enter mr On account of tho bad weather on them, can we?" Ask ..Tappan aboutthofrco dem- - conditions the Fiscal Court at a call "Mary, dear; this is a question store. "Will not enumerate the many presents suitable for onstratlou Cleaning Silver ware. meeting last week decided to disMtilrna fillvni ptitnntni. n nlnnenrn continue, the work on tho pike ex- that a woman can't understand, and every one, but, urge you not to buy until you have seen our wc will not prolong the discussion. Ask Hudson about National Silver tension leading to Centertown. Much line. If. you are in the market for a Diamond, will sell v Good night." Cleaner. of the work yet to be completed Is one cheaper than you can buy anywhere else. Will let you Cranberries, Celery and all that is concrete and the cpertsi agree that , SPECIAL ATTENTION! have it examined by an expert, and if not as represented, helpful in preparing a good dinner cold weather makes work of this iWe come before the people of at Iler's Grocery. kind very unsatisfactory as it tends Ohio 'nnd adjoining counties assur- the trade isioll'. , We get our Diamonds from .1. JR.- - Wood & Mrs. U. F. Tlchenor and son, Don to crystalize the mixture. Where tho ing. them of our appreciation of past rfons, New Yofkythe biggest diamond cutters in the U. fe. A. wero tho guests of relatives in Pleas7 road is new and Is freezing and thaw-a- patronaga and,, hoping for( .a, continDon't forgejt, the, Krismas place this year is at IK it Is Impossible to put tho rock uance of the same under tho new Rldgo last week. l """" " firm numo of S. L. King & Co. We """-- Mr. Thad Harnurd nnd family of wu """ B. Island Station were the guests of fills are allowed to remain until will carry a general line of merchanHARTFORD. KENTUCKY. Spring they will havo settled and dise, Including groceries, hardware relatives here last week. nnplrofl rlnwti tinrmnnmiMv nn Hint and saddlery and repairs in latter RJr CPTurncr, Owensboro.vls Illncstono ,8 put on th0 line. Carrying out tho motto of shuts forever tho sunshine out of that homo not made with ImiuH whcn Ited his father, Mr. L. P Turner, road will be everlasting. It is very "Live and Let Live," wo will estab- tho happy home. eternally In the heavens, our belov, trom Saturday until Monday. unfortunate that contractors did not lish a list of low prices on all we Funeral services were conducted ed brother Joseph W. Coleman who. The finest lino of Uox Candies havo good weather this fall so that Smallhou&c departed this llfo Sept. 29, 1915. our patrons of po- by Hev. Laruce ever shown In Hartford at Iler's tho road could bo complete for win- dcaj In, assuringprompt attention to Baptist church at at the 11 o'clock on Dec. Therefore be It resolved that wo lite service nnd Grocery, lloautlfully put up. ter traffic. Continued rains for tho every order or purchase. We want 4, after which Interment took place bow In humble submission to the will Leo Simmcrmau Attorney left past two months havo made this de- to demonstrate to you our ability to in the Equality grave yard. of Him who Is too wise to err urd early Monday morning to attend lay necessary and no ono can place bervc you in a way thqt will be savHe Is survived by his father and too good to wantonly afflict; reccs-ntzIii- R tho Inauguration at Frankfort. tho hlamo on anything but tho weath- ing and profltablo to you to give us mother, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas God-sothe fact that wc too mutt soon er. Tho work will o continued the your trade. We will save you monof light Hardware Flno lino two sisters, Mis Ruth Ellen, and enter that land from whose bourne no Pocket Knives, Scissors, &c, suita- first good opportunity nfter March ey by selling strictly for CASH. A Miss Mae., two brothers, Mr. Jim and traveler returns. ble for ChrUtmiis presents at Iler's first. Resolved further that wo extend trial will convince you call and see. Hoy, an aged uncle, Mr. Hob Godsey, j Grocery. our heartfelt sympathy to the strl Cti us supply your wants In our line and a large circle of friends. , FOR BALE RESTAURANT. Mr. JI. Ethington, of, Moreland, family,, and tho sorrowing friends money saving prices. If wo can't provoto you wo can Restaurant at The most ' S. L. KING & CO., Ky who has been visiting Mr. John in their hour of distress and bereaveyou big money on diamonds, savo in Hartford doing a nice business. .t ment and for comfort, we can only Wesley Howo and family near Hartford, Ky don't take them, that's all. Will sell nt ft reasonable cash price. fc for the past nine days has point them to Him who is tho greatTAPPAN. 22t3 t- Write to or call on, " CENTERTOWN. returned to Mr. Andy Schroder's, est Comforter in., time of trouble. Spcclal Christmas boxes of Low- - 22tf Ii. T. RILEY, , Resolved further that in tho death ,, ney's Caildlcsat Ilor'$ Grocery, rangAfter several wek3 of much suffer- Hartford Ky. Care Kelly's Restaurant. --. pf Cro. Coleman this lodge sustains COo to $5 peri box. Finest ing and pain the death angel visited ing from, the loss of a cheplshed brother, his , th,e,'homo "of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas yoU over saw! TURKEYS WANTED. How's This? family that of a. kind and indulgent Godsey,' qn Dec. 3, 1915 and took I havo V"itoqk Pi groceries that Fbr' Christmns holidays. (New York Ws otter One Ilundred Dollars father and husband, and the com- Prices 'right. market). Will pay tho' following the bright and beautiful flower of Reward for any case of Catarrh munUy a UBefu, and exemplary cit- I want to cloeo out. cash prices delivered at car, Hart- the 'family, Leo, from his home hero Come and sco for yourself. muui w vuxvu ujr uuu b j2e ford, Saturday, December 11, 1915, on. earth to tho happy home in glory uatarrn ture. U. S. CARSON. 22tf. Resolved further that(a copy of where 'suffering, pain and sorrow F. J. CHENEY ft CO., Toledo, O. from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Rubblts'Wanted--WIl- l pay 8 We, the undersigned, have known K. J, theso resolutions bo entered upon ' Turkeys 14c, Gecso 8c, Dux 10c, shall bo no more. Cheney for the last 15 yearn, and believe apleco for drawn rilbblts, heads on. copy sent honorable In all Born March, 1900, and departed him perfectlyand financially able business the minutes of tho lodge a Hens 9c, Springers 9c, Roosters 5c, to carry to the bereaved family, and a copy transactions Must not ho shot t.o pieces. oat any obligations made by his Arm. this life Dec. 3, 1915. Guineas 15c each. W. E. ELLIS & DRO. NATIONAL BANK OK COMMKUCE. sent to the Masonic Homo Journal Ho was fifteen years, 8 months Plcaso do not feed your poultry on Toledo. O. to both County papers for PubMiss Lorcua Ford, who" has been dato of delivery. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is Please tell your and 3 days old. May the good Lord actlnu directly upon the taken Internally, nnd blood and muthe gucbt of her sister, Mrs. Hoag-lan- d uolghbors. comfort dear mother and cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials' lication. DR. OSCAR ALLEN, bless and sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold J. J. JARNAGIN, returned to hur homo in Howat tho following father und when they nro called to by all Druggists. Will recclvo CLARENCE JAMES, ling Green Monday. Tsktt 1111 s Family rills for ctostlpstlea. give up tho struggle, of this llfo may places at tho above prices: Dundee, Vt Committee t II X"""""! .fciiuin, uuu 0,r 1IF " HY.iililnt nf tnlwlfi filial Ky., Friday, Dec. 10th; Horso they meet Leo In heaven, where part Cromwell I,od;o No " Resolution Uuxter, of Uockpoit, uranch, Ky., Monday Dec. 13th. In lug is no more. MrB. Sarah Ciomuell, Ky. Nov. UU, HMft. wcro united In marriage In tho Coun forenoon; Olaton, Ky., Tuesday, Dec. 'mere is a proiracieu uiecuiig uo- -, Whereas iy has pleased the Alty Court Clerk's olflco Monday nf- - j 4tli, and Wednesday, Dec. 15th. In , ing hold at tho Equality church. FOR FLETCHER'S wisdom, tornoou, Judgo Jno. II. Wilson per- - forenoon. W. E. ELLIS & BRO, Tho loss of this bright and chcer- - mighty God In His infinite earthly home to I forming tho ceremony. 'Hartford, Ky. ful child from the family almost to remove from this NOTICE! a We have a few more Coal Suits left, in broken sizes, n Hop-klnsvll- at prices that will t you. Cohie and be convinced. Hub Clothing Company Hartford, Ky. , . tnp-piu- Lancaster Loose Leaf Tobacco Co Jt Trlpiett Streets. 10-lb10-tb10-lb- Largest - - 10-iti- ,,, Tobacco rept Insured. two-thir- GOOD SERVICE 16-Ib- r The Wise Kodak Krismas: 1 so Shoppers s yu nt I '"'" J. TAPPAN, Jeweler and Optician, I I y, k-- en i"l "' Children Cry CASTORIA ?' pBBHBaBMIfcMm - iS Hay. ' -O in imi ii NEEDLE MAX SWALLOWS PIEUCK8 HIS UEAtsT A nccdlo swallowed we Knock the Spots Out of Thing. $kif f'lrnflT'tiTil " 0 II OTf! D 1 1 II ft 13 I 14 Infants pLJRH JFor p- ",1Wrciii Saturday night by Edwnrd Schuster, 32 years old, 1210 Sidney street, penetrated Ms Dry denned niul Pressed In n heart and caused hi sdea.li yesterday French Superior Manner. morning nt Harries "Hospital. This ' .. .. was determined last night when iJr Send, us your unrnionts nnu liavt I Ladies' and Mfen's Garments . IFMorossioxxcM. Otto C. Marti Attorney at Law UAKlt'OitU, Kl limotlce but prufttsJifMir lu lilll and adjoining countlm. tr JliilUorolau and Cr.nilual Pi notice ft f poclalty Will - Mothers I' Genuine chxt. I Daniel V. Hochdoerfer performed nit nutopsy for the coroner's office. The case Is the tirst of the kind Hint has onu.c under Hie notice o W ..... i j ... Tlietll cLErtlNuii CLfcAfS rucUugeti called tor and delivered 5 TlOTtLbrAMERICftN IDfALSg In k city whtrc food hoteli abound, tb PowtuUa htilU lilt Int. It It tint l tb bnrt of lu vuntrymcn. !' ? -- IVV u L. xV; IJC -- - nil lis nil vetnlnlia Yr ITnrlwInnr fer said, ami it is probnble Hi t no T ".r.t.rT.-.irr.- n Always Bears the V CO, im ".V .;!: mMMm itcssraulRcat-CoulamsiicuI- rroaoicsl)li!cb!loii(liciij Signature of 6; Not Nakcotk JaiatMH' JuhtttoKf O'arStuttoirT . f'Jtf ? $ ,. is. laiv in "ssres-- r LUJJ" wew . 053 Use For Over Is vc?Si 3 ffi jjh; CTTffi.u: gjj&ern ETI H ijiii" nh i Thirty Years (L i mu m n? Ith i i Kit 3 uin n ii.i w p.i m e.i; ai mm w '' "in rT .xact Copy of Wfrapper. vPlsv W'lfllO S the ctNTAUR company, new vonn crrr. "HVEIiVK of many destructive insects. This YEAUS HKIOIU; HIS HEATH vegetation gives grasshoppers, chinch bugs, and other insects most favoraSt. Paul. Although death sen- ble conditions for reappearance tho Simtence was passed upon him twelve following spring and summer. years ago, Charles J. Murphy, of ilarly, voluntary growths of wheat Northfleld, Minn., fought off the ul- harbor the Hessian fly; while stray timate culmination of his strange af- alfalfa plants In the fields and around them they may be the source of tho fliction until a few days ago. Twelve years ago, September IE, Incursion of grasshoppers. The HesMurphy, twenty-fou- r years old, then sian fly In tho absence of volunteer student at Carleton College, limp wheat at times lays Its eggs on the ed into St. Luke's Hospital and was young crab grass which may spring put to bed. From that tlmo he has up in the fall after a tract has been Jeen unable to leave his bed without burned over. At present. In somo parts of the country, the late-sow-n assistance. strange malady with which he wheat is being Infested by Hessian The was stricken is known to the medi- flies that have developed In and cal world as arthritis deformans. To spread from volunteer wheat. Late the layman it is known as ossification sowing can not be expected to proIts cause is unknown; the treatment tect winter wheat from attack in only constant care and as much of spring if volunteer wheat has been the bright side of life as is possible. permitted to grow up either In nearFor years Murphy knew he was by fields or among tho late-sow- n ijlng. He understood that nothing grain. Grasshoppers lay millions of could prevent the working of tho dis- eggs along the banks of canals and ease, yet through all these long years ditches in tho western country. he maintained a cheerful courage. Chinch bugs hibernate in bunches of From his feet tho malady crept to broom sedge, and many other desall narts.of his body, until feet, legs, tructive pests could not enduro the bWds, arms and back wero welded winter were It not for these natural and changed into bone by the depos- nurseries. its of solids in the joints. The entomologists thercforo recFor a short time after he entered ommend to farmers that they Jlio hospital Murphy could move his sod lands intended for other hands and- feet, so he could pass than grass crops another year, and away the, weary days by reading. clear up roadsides, fence margins, Telephone connections were made and all waste lands, ditch banks, and from his rooniito tho People's church, similar places by burning over, pasT GUARANTEED SEHVICE 1 And The and every Sunday Murphy 'attended turing, or in case of ditch banks by 1 services" there. plowing or disking in the fall. This One hundred per cent As the disease followed Its course will tear up the roots and expose tho I value. Special work for W. I n eggs of grasshoppers Murphy became blind. Somo to the excessive By Mall One Vo W. F. STEVENS. younR woman of St. Paul moisture and cold of winter and will cial Price of rt. F. D. 7. nindo weekly visits to his room to nlso turn up those, Insects which hiHartford, Ky. 1 Representing Continental I read to him for hours nt a time. His bernate in the ground. Burning veg1 body was useless, but his mind was etation whero possible will destroy Mnrblo & Granite- Co. Ho loved music nnd n many Insects, though In the case of Kentucky's greatest newspaper deunimpared. talking innchlno was placed in his grasshoppers It probably will not bo livered nt your home each day InrliuN room so the music might turn his as effective as cultural methods. In Iiik your homo paper, m tho price- of thoughts from his affliction. addition, cultural methods by turning "Mr. Murphy was n model patient,' humus Into tho soil benefits tho land. Mies Elizabeth Smith, superintendSheep, of courso, are the groat This Offer Positively Exent at the hospital said. "He never in n s of wri d. and whero sheen Operated by pires Feb. 28, 1915. complained and always was cheer- can bo turned Into a field or a Hock ful. herded along tho roadside they will Hotel Company All who came in contnet with Mur- effectively clear up waste vegetation, phy remarked hit: rheerlncFH. and in addition tho tramping of their Under New Management t will destroy many insects. Whilo Murphy was awaiting Tho T. QUISENUEHUV. of the disease, his broth- sheep at tho same tlmo turn waste y 4 rfi - tT. L-er, four years his junior, was strick- material Into mutton and all they Kates 91.00, )?1.2-.- and $1.50 per Day . wv "fii v,rto.i-'- : en with the same malady, and died require is a little grain for finishing. Meals 1!3 Cents. That was Frequently when sold they return a in his home In Northfleld. profit, but the entomologists hold that four years ago. Ilcst in tho city for tho money. Murphy was a Mason and the nieni- - oven If they merely pay for tho exl .a nT ( vvQLa3aH3 9i7iKMBK Xul Special attention to tho traveling brs of that lodge did everythlni; In tra grain they eat tholr function in public. dosttoying weeds and keeping down their power to nid him. insects makes their uso well worth OWENSBORO.KY. v?!iHl&2H'8ByvBlawaK2y Hear TliU In .Mlml. while. In many places community action "I consider Chamberlain's Coui-'-h Hemedy by far the best medicine In In destroying weeds In necessary, as j " S5 lit the market for colds and croup," nays it may not bo profitable for the farmMrs. Albert Hlosser, Lima, Ohio. er lo clear his side of tho road If tho DHECHANICS Many others aro of the Banio opinion. other sldo is allowed to remain a harm boring place for posts. In such casObtainable everywhere. ILLUSTRATIONS es It might well pay the community 300 ARTICLES-3- 00 Vettls Ifailior lnsevtH, to get shrep cooperatively and uso frCTP informcu; of tho World's Progress in fcnslneerlnir, Mccharlcs and Invention. Poi Getting rid of grass, weeds, nnd them to clean up the weeds of tuu i:cr r.nu oo.i it itppeals McCALL PATTERNS iii 1110 undergrowth about the farm during entire section. iiviasiei1 uiaur.n xounc aienanii tvom It is tho nrorltu MiuMiiua o( Celebrated tor style, perfect fit, simplicity tni l.pie tit ni, htut thiivrorliL lu ll.ou.iui.ln len Our reliability nearly 40 ycais. Sold In lieaili the fall and early winter is one of Von wi.nnuViiLi.rut'on.tunllronthe wutiU every city and tonn in the Vt itcd States anj ir ttilucs ncir and iuUrt stint.' uuj It hi the best protective measures tho LatiKhter Aids Digestion. v..nwi, or ny man inrcci. inic sou tlui Writton So You Can UnUorstand It any other nulic. bind lur lice catalogue fanner can uso against LaiiBhtor Is one of tho most healthIku Ihsp Notos Csnartmsnt C!0 rnuln. forbuun Work nnd Insects the following year. Weeds, ful exortions; it la of great help to Priirlkul.uIllutaluinu iirnun'l tho lluiiitf. u for ilit McCALL'S MAGAZINE any olliei lashloa More subscribers than iui',u M.thonic (17 n,j;.ur tnigatlne l'uv) for tht) ))va matted grass, dead vegetation, and digestion. A still moro effectual help iiiii.wiiuiikuiui .ki'llilUiEVulliilLOWtoumbiiviirii.uml tk est atvlcs. million a month, Imaluabje. Ijt. nattems. die&Ain.Lltn, ..illitn... OntMtx. I'iihIimii, lliwtn, hum. plain tcwinir, fancy needlework, lul'diessinf, brambles along fences, roadsides, is a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. I It, un.t Iiih .lowln. l.i-- 1 urnlture. itu. I n itulu. in etiquette, pood stories, etc. On'y tO cents' s .irat tluu. for tho Mvx.luu(c,Camm.-- und Sport .muu margins of Molds, banks of llttlo If you should bo troubled with ludl-- J SJ.33 PCR VCAIt It f Icar(wnmianuuic), IncIuUinc asampleti.ll... 6INCLC COPIES. 15c ulmiitt today, or tend fur conv. fctreiin-or riltclipp especially in Irrl- - CPHtlon Kive them i trial. Tiiov nuiv vrs.r ,rin )r.ur cvpy ..w.4..l.r .r a.re.1 l,..i lh. putllshr Lamplu wiJ bo aut on rwivMSt. ,WONui:t:iUL inouci:mimts gated territories, aro the natural hi- -' cost a quarter. Obtuluablo POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE I toAfents. Postal brings premium catalocul nv AVtwut, vilibAug and new cash prise offers. Address and often breeding places whore. m fwrfyii miiiuian UcClU CO. S9 to JW IV. J7U SL. NEW SLOWIA'OSSIFIKS glass, and It had stuck In his tliro.i. HARNETT Ac SON, Agts. He was given antidotes In an efHiirtforc, Ky. fort to dislodge the obstruction. The only In drlvluc treatment succeeded I tfarthcr. Schuster said when he arrived homo. Sunday the mnn was In WILL HLL A WANT! agony, ncordlng to Mrs. Joseph Glad-e- r, with whom he boarded. bince the MUspension o! tilt Monday Schuster was taken to Barnes Hospital, where he complainLouisville Weekly Couriei-journa- l, I)r ed of pains on his left side. there has been quite Charles E. llauer, superintendent of the hospital said none of the physi-sian- s .i demand for a weekly Kenwero able to diagnose the cae. tucky newspaper that give: Tho patient died nt 6 o'clock yester all the more important state day morning. The autopsy revealed that an oras well as the genera. dinary sewing needle had penetrated lews, news, crisp editorials, gooii tho wall of tho throat and had passed through the right sldo of tho heart. stories, timely cartoons aiui When found, the needle was imbeded in tho left half of tile heartt the phy- illustrations. sician's report states. Death was There is no such excellent caused by a hemorrhage induced by paper as the tho penetration of the heart. Schuster was married but had been Twice-a-Wce- k separated from his wife and two OwensDoro Metsenger children for several years, according (Edited by Uivy Woodson.) to Mrs. Glader. Her efforts to find It comes every Wednesday and notify his family, who are said and Saturday, (16 pages a to live In St. Louis, were unsuccessful, she said. week or more), and is The coroner will hold an Inquest in every regard. Globe Democrat. this morning. i Try the Twice-a-Wee- k MesBitten By Madman. ' senger for a year in connecPittsburg, Nov. 26. Fourteen persons, Including a number of police- tion with the Hartford Repubmen, who were bitten yesterday by lican. John Bakowa just before he died of Both papers, one year for rabies, were ordered today to report daily to the hospital for the Pasteur $1.50. All clubbing subscriptreatment and strict precautions were tions should be addressed to taken against a spread of the dis ease. The patrol wagon in which Republican, Hartford, Ky. Bakowa was taken to the hospital was disinfected by a police physician and temporarily retired from service. Undertakers refused lo prepare body for burial, and a man astffci,53 trained at the Pasteur institute did NT HUME W the work. similar case lias been recorded In A. Imi Null, Prop. mcdicnl works. Sharp Instruments o IIAIITFOIM.. KENTUCKY. when ton penetrate the stomach swallowed, the doctor said, but lu had never heard o a ease whero ti.i Fiirin For Sato. heart had been pierced. Schuster, who was a freight linn Eighty acres ot good laud contain ler at the Anliouster Husch Ilrewerj .ng dwelling, Iiani and other out drank a bottle of beer Saturday nlgi, ulldlugs, biiuutuu on llarltord ami in n saloon at St::th and Mar..i streets. He complained to the bar- i.ocLporl ro.ul. Well mnl spring on tender that he had swallowed what jiia. Church unit ucliouiUouso near he thought was a piece of broken roi price, tetiuo, etc., call or nddresr, lL 1.1.1... I'.muiilUl UlJi Barnes & Smith Attorneys Hahtvord, ky. , 11. at Law ami M.Jjoru. vMiJi.ii Ltariku . .htJi!"!lfliL J ( announce thai tiny Inn,, ii.uui-.fAlutor tum K,)in..uu uco ot law, excvjH cithuliMl ami ts., .Mr. Smith luting Couisty IS o. . forix-- . k,f.uiv llvr Attor-ur.) J" A j M tf Cnul, exclusive, aiui rrstnil. Its excelPennsylvania lent location on Avenue, I81I1 ami II Mreets maVos it a ilesirable heailquar lei (or bridal, couples, tourist I'll tits, conventions. Schools and colleges. , . The Powhatan attracts the people of culture and education. Its rrnumitr to State, War and Navy Departments, alio lo man? ot bitorical points interest, rnaltcs this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating public. The Powhatan offera room with detached bath at 11.50. $2.00 and uo. Rooms with ml. ic mm, u.iv, tj.Bo and up. Write for booVtet with map CLIFFORD M. IXWIS,. lanjgcr. pr.uiu.oH,; such .Mr. lUrmv, will HwiividuiUlj cuitrtb Drill., "vi'.i such pruutio. in. u.irllord Itt'puiilicuiii Imlldlni. u.ut. inn. K' A pioveiMxi III N'l IIATTD.N Cinmwrll, K.f. ni'l'IM' MAIII1N lliirt'iAil, hj oTRATTON & MARTIN Attorneys ut Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profession jn thlav and djolulng counties. Uoileciloiia. viniiiiiercial and Criminal 1'ruetice Specialty. Proi.ipt and viorou service. Notar lu office. 1 v. . UUli)IIUIIIi))Hi!ti!M.'"MHijjtL; - Tho cleansing a: germicidal of nil antiseptics is jy.. J ". most ecunomlviat, A liii I MAI rVn.l uo ioniAi.tuijr 03-B0- l.!, ir,J,L lHt mnl I PAiaiNQ ritrrr iih on rrniunk 5 -- " - mT Tvyy ?V. - fW& yj-g-s .vnitt 3vonth . 1. wac3utMiirMi Otroi?P'L "' rnrr 1 rp r .Ii for j.rxmprarllcv. ' t'NTTN r -' 1tm., kl tm, i I ffirr rri-- ul ivrfr. niin. m. i..u Ki' m 7r.ii vt v& A itoluble Antiseptic Powder : be dissolved in water as necclcu treating catarrh, Inflammation c ulceration of nobo, Uiroat, and that caused by feminine Ills It has no equal. For ten years th I,ydla E. Plakham ModlcInoCo.haa recommended Paxtlae In their prlvato correspondence with women, which proves Its superiority. Women who havo been cured say It is "worth Its weight In gold." At druggists. r0c. large box, or by mall. Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. in As a medlclnnl antiseptic for douch W f)' Collierjs The . National - Wcehjp up-to-da- te Collirrs in Clubs. Until thN a ronre-valoat wbe-b- Firat Time Directory Count; Olxlc Circuit Court T. F. Blrkhood. Judge; Uen D. Itlngo, Attorney; V P. Mldkiff, Jailui, E. U. llarnwH, Clerk; E. E. lilrkhcad. Mauler Com mlssloner; R. T. Collins. Trustee Jury Fund; S. 0. Keown, Sheriff. Deputies S. A. Ilratchcr: Hartford. offlco JeputioB Mrs. 8. 0. Keown aii. Ullmoro Kcown. Court convenes first Monday In February and continues three weeks; third Monday In April, wocks; third Monday In October, iwo WCCKS. County Court John D. Wilson, Judge; W. C. lllankenahip, Clerk; C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday in each month. Quarterly Court Beglna on the tirst .Monday in every month. Court of Calms Convoma first Tuesday In January and first Tuesday in October. Other County Officers C. S. Mo. loy. Surveyor, Fords Hie, Ky., It F. D. No. 2; Tom lllncs. Assessor. Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shults, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. Klley Coroner, Hartford; T. 11. Denton Uoad Engineer. Hartford. JUSTICES' COL. UTS. Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft er 3d Monday lu .March. Tuesday aft er Md Monday In Juno, Tuesday alt er 3d Monday lu September, Tucs i i day after lid .Monday In December. U A. McDaniul. Uocl.nort. Frlilat . CllUt'i has hmu tolditSS.'O. Nc-rthe prict is J 2.50 ' andrrehavewenjd y yer rexluction in with Vi. puliIicatii'D. ve ran orTttJit a still tinier Special Offer to Our Readyy - Re.ocmtinc the ureal demand (or fWBrrVat the new puce, we hate made eHer and must Ix taken advantaue ol prnmaih. Her it and our own publication each "tie "ifyr (or the price ot CVler'saWme. Thiws a limiKd What You Get CWRrr'a is the one -- to b CoMierV. bic. fm!frndtnf,ftMjert rcckly( lb- - whnlecountrv. Not wily isilic food citurn's handliouk Lut it m ilM a niac'iline lor thr whc4c familr. ArrnnA rluncs that a irar'i sutiscription givt JTct fall-plo- w SPECIAL OFFER DAILY 1000 Editorials 600 Now Photo 250 Sbort ArlktM ISO Short Skorle. 100 lUaitrated Fr.tur.t Z CotoI.I. Nenb. - CoUiVs Hartford $2.5) Republican j Louisville Herald apZ.J If) REPUBLICAN AND KILLTHECOyGEKi CURE the LUMCS WITH well-know- rat'hoSpo Or. &g's J $3.00 I - Rflwta -- IW - anters House auer ju .Moutiai In .March, Frlda' alter 3d .Moiulay in June, Frliiaj auer sti moniiay In .' Friday alter 'M Monday In I ! OR J Trill UrtUc Tree ft, AND ALL THROAT ANU LUNG TROUBLES. 8 Cgi?8 '- uHHCftMffllW exiuwwviHtiiiiy inirn Ilk l a." ccmuer. J Planters Mfffil) wn S. W. IamlU, Cromwell, Wedneoda 3d Mondav lu March,, Wed iiiuHday after 3d Monday in Juitt Wttlnesdny after 3d Moii'dav In Sep ,tciubcr, Wednesday after 3d Mnn uay lu December. H. C. TichiAior, y Centertown, after 3rd Monday Jn each alter SaUAKAKTEEDSATIErAGlOlttif i OR KONEY gagaagftaaa.; r, KErUNn. " V&JF vis"vs:i w ' 1 t ' .atnffife OVER YEARS' - EXPCniCNGC OZ Put-urda- ' . rr5 'r1 i t l Tri V V POPIM i3t"3 AiAGAziNB cj crop-damagi- I 111, p, ) every-bernatl- Ot YOU KjdduS' Tucsila) TriAGE Marks after I'd .Monday lu March. Tuesda 4H DCSIGfJO PWl after 2d Monday In May, Tuesday CnpvntiiTS Ac. after 3d Monday in August, Tites-UaAnrnneM-nillnnulcklr ' crtiiu mr piuii u fuo uncllier uu aHer 2d Monday in November. inv.iiilmi Is pmhal ly piu."iilil. fi.miiiniilni. W. S. Dean, ItAIJULOtlK on I'u'ciiui Dundee Wcl ' Hi iMrttuil roiiiMriiiitil. fur rem (ru. imeuii wftday .after tho second Monday in I'litpiila taken thmucli Iunti Cu. ticiirn I rprrldl tiudce, without clinrco, lutbo March, Wednesday after M Mondav In May, Wednesday after 3d Honda Scientific In August. Wednesday utter '.'d Mon. A hni1iinf It lllnstrstr-wrwtly, day in Novembor. I sreprt elr. I riiLitluti nf any lunul. 'lirnia.slit lieu F. Klco, Foixlsvlllp, Tuesda SoldbyaJI rw.n-ler.- . yi "'irmontl-i,after 2d .Monday in .March, ThursMUNN & Co.394b"",,'.Nb'.v York day ufter 2d Monday lu Muy, Thursday after 2d Monday In Au?ust. Thursday after 2d Monday In November. YOU: Don W. Taylor, ltnlph, Friday aft.aW " er 2d Monday in March, Friday after 2d Monday in May, Friday alter 3d Monday in August, Friday after 2d Monday in Novembor. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. O. C. Martin. Judgo; McDowell A Treatment Foglc, City Attorney; J. P. StevcnH. for WEAK Marshal; Court convenes secohkl Monday in each month. LUNGS or City Council J. C. Her, Mayor; It T. Collins, Clerk; J. K. Dean, Trcas-ureCONSUMPTION t. Members of Council J. C. t you mention this paper we will send you Capt. A, D. White. A. U. Pat W. II. Gillespie, W. II. Darncs, C. M that tired, feeling, coughs, pains Crowo. -" "vv-- l.rt Hartford Hoard Educntlon J. II In rlip.it llinht cu...ln, iiuiuuiriiages . wcaK" ungs or coiibumption. ,!. jii ji. . n if rt ,,..-..- .. j 4U. xjistucii, i i s. v.ai.uu, TreaB,; R" T" Co1- -' OHIO MEDICAL CO. tecK Bex sti Selocc. y month. Wlnson Smltn, i fiMi-ni.- . JUiericaih WILL TAKE OUR CV run-dow- FREE r. i Dwi-net- 'BHBBl ii n..,. ' K COlUaWIS. 0. WILSON'S WEDDING TWO WEEKS AWAY PUKSmilN'T MAKKH HTATIIMHNT ok ahkanokmknts for NUPTIAL cickemony. Typewriter Gives Business Standing town merchant, the rural business man or the farmiVwlio uses a typewriter has the advantage over the man who docs not. The typewriter not only saves time in writing letters and making out hills, but it adds prestige and reputation to the user. 'IsmnU The L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter is especially adapted to use in rural districts because it will stand more wear and does not require n:j expert operator. Uy follow-:- .. .1- .- :.., :.., ... wilt ;iti: ;i iiiK iimiuuiuiu vu ...:n ..: yuii, yuu win nave no ... 11 irouDic 'r learning. Mml Tim Coupon Today Please send mc jot o o free boot inn nc a typewriter at present. I am usinij n tjpewriter and woulil like to jietial viler - exchange it (or a new one. I Iu ' tarn about your State To tlie L. C. Smith & Hh. Typewriter Co 414 Mnln'Strcet CINCINNATI, OHIO. Tyj iT'&iV A'j'AWj Jl m i &m c-- i!Mi w. ' $J M ifxsA-sjmf--i mi V : HSfsa --" , 33 r St. i ' ' -'- V";.)' ?irte&. ,a ."-- . Shall It Be an Autoloading or Pump Gun? TIIKItE majority prcf be hat! at very low prices. Hut it is typical of tpnrUmrn thnt r llrmitiKton-U.MC arc many kinds of and Pump guns some to m M tins great, I'urnp nml Autoloading HunJ in the Lands otthrnvcritKeman. If you slioot at traps or in the fiVM, ko to the Ilemincton-UMDealer in your nimimitiily and let him show you thee (juris. You will know him by his display of the Red Hall Hark of Remington-i- f it C Sportsmen's Headquarter! and he Luowj the difference- in guns. - Sold by your home dealer V m IBsSSJ and 3095 other merchants in leading Kentucky Metallic Cartridge Co. Remington Armi-Unlo- n Woolwarth BuiMms (213Brotdwsr) New York Cily Vanderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. m B - i Sj Will .help parents develop their sons into the best typo of citizens and Christia-gentlemen. Its patronage is widely seat- t homes in tered and conies from the South. Its capacity is limited, there- fore, reservations should bo made early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write the-bes- 5 MffTHENEY & BATTS For catalogue and information, liox A. Iki Electric Bitters Succeed ben everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have teutlfied. fi PROCUnCO AND DErCNDCO.'Bodri. aiftltf uruiutu.lurcxititcun.uiUiairer,o rn sJvk-u- , how to okula luumu, tnuiu kw4 copyrili,rta, n ALL C0UNTMC3. Butliutt Jlrrtt uiH H'atilnUit tav4t llmi, imouejf anjcfun tbtfaUmt. PitMt and Infrlngtmtnt Practice EicluUnsly. Writ or oooi to us s4 tit Slxktk ttrwt, hh VU4 Itetss Titan COM, 1 it is tho best medicine ever W MUlMMin VVIl- ik - rwn nibnui,uvi;riAnti STOMACH TROUBLE waarttNcvroN. d. c. tail I Washington, Dec. 4. president Wilson and Mrs. N'ormnn Gait will be mnrrlod on Saturday, December 18, nt Mrs. Gait's hpmo here, nccord-In- i; to a formal statement made today nt tlio White House. It nluo vnn announced that the only fitiests will bo Mrs. Gait's mother her brothers and sisters, the President's brother and sister, bin daughters nml tho members of his ImmedNo Invitations will iate household. bo issued. No announcement was made regarding plans for the honeymoon, but it was expected that tho President aud his bride will leave Washington soon after the ceremony for somewhere in the South. While no announcement was made of the hour of the ceremony, It was understood it will bo late in the afternoon. Tho Itov. Sylvester Deach, tho President's pastor In Princeton, and tho Hcv. Herbert Scott Smith, rector of Mrs. Gait's church here, nre expected to officiate. Tho formal announcement of the wedding plans was written out by tho President himself this morning. Immediately afterward he left tho White House to visit Mrs. Gait. Doth hava agreed that all details shall be as simple as possible. It has been Intimated to the diplomats who have made inquiries at the State Department, that no dls play in connection with the wedding Despite that, it Is ex- is desired. pected thnt many officials and admlr-- l, ers of the President will send gifts. ' . UtVi9l Joseph It. Wilson, of Baltimore, Another case was that of an Amerithe President's brother; Mrs. Anne Howe, his sister, and Mrs. Francis D. can ranchman, who started out one Sayrc, the President's daughter, will morning on horseback to ride to Tucbe guests at tho White House when son, fifty miles west of his ranch. they come to attend the wedding. When he had gono about half the seeing a large Gila monster Mffl Margaret Wilson nnd Mrs. W. G. distance, crossing tho road, he dismounted, and McAdou, the other two daughters of after beating it with a" club until, as the President, already are here. Mrs. Gait's home, where the cere- he supposed, It was dead, be tied it mony will be performed, is In the co tho baddlc scraps behind him. Afbefashionable section of Washington, ter going several miles ho felt too small to contain a large hind to see that his trophy was still but is vice-lik- e party. Nevertheless, both Mrs. Gait there, when tho reptile's decided not to Jaws closed on his thumb. Finding it and the President in the White Impossible, without assistance, to have the wedding pull his thumb away from the repHouse. went at top The brothers and sisters of Mrs. tile's grip, the ranchman a be present at the wed- speed to a railroad station about Gait who will mile off his road, where, to get relief ding are Kolfo I.. Uolllng, of Panama; Mrs. M. II. Maury, Annlston, Ala., It was necessary to cut off the monr was and Mrs. Alexander II. Gait, John ster'B head. Fortunately a train Dolling. Miss Bertha Doll- passing at the time which took the Randolph ing, Richard W. Dolling nnd Julian man at once to the hospital in Tucson, where, after being at the point II. Dolling, all of Washington. of death for several days, he was deMembers of Mrs. Gait's family said today that tho ceremony would be tained for two months until he was performed after G o'clock p. m. and finally cured. The Gtla monster's sluggishness that the couple will leave immediately for a honeymoon Journey. almost amounts to lethargy, and orTheir destination has been kept se- dinarily, if It were not for his fiendcret even from members of the fam- ish, unwinking eyes It would seem to ily. Mrs. Gait's mother Is in person- be asleep. al charge of most of the arrangeAt old Fort McDowell, thirty miles ments. north of Phoenix, a happy family The duty of securing a marriage consisting of three Gila monsters, a license will fall to I. II. Hoover, chief dozen field mice and a small prairie usher nt the White House, who per- snake, was confined In an Iron cage. formed similar services for tho wedThe monsters, apparently petrified, dings of Mrs. McAdoo and Mrs. always remained stretched out In tho Sayre. middle of tho cage. Tho field mice Dr. W. A Dolling of Louisville, Ky. which wero very lively, were continanother brother of Mrs. Gait, will be ually scampering over thorn, someunable to attend the wedding be- times sitting on their backs. The litcause of tho serious illness of his tle snuke, also very active, was inwlfo. cessantly gliding among the other a members of the family. Mven up Your Torpid Idver. Perfect harmony existed until one To keep your liver actlvo uso Dr. morning when an old gopher, with King's Now Life Pills. They Insure long prominent teeth was put In the good digestion, rollevo constipation, cago. Tho mice Immediately ran and tone up the whole system and hid In their holes. The snake keep your eyo clear and your skin prepared for attack and assaulted fresh nnd healthy looking. Only 26c. tho now comor, when a hard fight be2 at your Druggist. gan which ended with the snake's 4 strangling aud swallowing tho goTho Gllu Monster. , pher. In tho hot valleys of tho Gila river affair During this is in Arizona aud its tributaries which lasted over half an hour, tho found a repulsive and evil looking remained as unconreptile, for which a more appropriate Gila monsters they wero mado of cerned as If uamo could not be conceived than stone. monster, Thero Is a reason to suppose there Loooklng at it causually It easily purposo !u tho creation might bo mistaken for n largo lizard, was a wlso of all things tho useful and tho apwith its fat blunt tail, taking up parently useless; tho harmless and halt of its length of eighteen Inches, dangorous but It Is hard to underaud Us four legs on which It moves stand what part In life the Gila monawkwardly from placo to place; but ster was Intended to take. Fortunateon closer Inspection, the peculiar In tho section whero It markings; tho vicious snake ly, howover, was common It Is now rarely found; llko head, with Its powerful Jaws, slnco with all other objectionable from which a black forked tongue is creatures It Is fast disappearing when shot out for two inches, with light with civilization. green sinister brought In contact ning rapidity, und tho eyes, suggest, at least, a dangerous Chumber-laln'- s roptllo which should bo given, a. wide Owe Her Good Health to Tablets. berth. "I owe my good health to ChamMy first acquaintance with tho monster was in a military camp on berlain's Tablots," writes Mrs. It. G. tho Gila Illvor, where a lino specimen Nolf, Crookston, Ohio. "Two years was caught and tied to a bush near ago I was an Invalid due to stomach my tent. Tho ruoro closely I exam- trouble I took three bottles of ined tho reptile the more dreadful these Tablets and havo slnco been in tho best of health." Obtainable everyIt seemed. bedtime I went out to visit tho where. At -ut ko cnptlvo, to make sure It was securely fastened, but found It had slipped Its cord and escaped. In various camps, for some years previous, on tho Mexican border, I had become accustomed to rattlesnakes, centipedes, tarantulas and scorpions on ono occasion at night, on tho lower Itlo Grande, being compelled to move camp on account of n colony of rattlesnakes which loudly objected to our presence but never Lofora had 1 experienced tho same inicomfortnlilo, creepy feeling I did on this night, when I thought at any moment the monster might crawl Into my tent. There lias been much discussion as to whether or not tho Gila mons ter is a venomous reptile. Specimens have been sent to the Smithsonian, where It was said they had no glands for secreting venom and wcro harmless; but a different Idea provalls end casonably ro, In tho southwest. However, It Is not aggressive; It Is sluggish and not easily aroused; but when It docs use Its fangs with their bulldog grip, It is always with deadly effect. Mexicans in that part of the country, In a spirit of bravado, when fortified by several drinks of mescal, arc fond of taking a Gila monster in one hand and thrusting tho other against its nose; aud strango to say, they generally escape, but not always. There were two authentic cases which occurred in my vicinity when, to close contact with the reptile met with disaster. An American saloonkeeper in Fairbanks, Arizona, kept two large specimens in a barrel as curo8lties. Ono day a Mexican came Into the saloon and taking one of them out with his hand, began to show off his usual bravado performance, when he was Instantly seized by a finger which could be released only by cutting off the reptile's head. 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Hoyojf Mrs. Maggie, 56 Held, 11 Pearl (Hy J. W. Ileld) 1.25 1 T. lot , 9.75 Sullonger. C. II. 4 a 84.46 Stevens A. L. 385 n 8.79 Scbroacfcr, N. A. 30 a Schroadcr, Emery, 2 T. lots.. 3.09 5.64 Vance;. Nannie, 38 a 6.29 Wood, 3. E, 28 a 8.36 Yorfc,,-.K- . W. 47 n Hartfoid. ffo. 3 Alford, tt. A. 70 a, 2 T. lots. .$ 9.89 Harnard, M W 120 a. 1 T. lot. 38.03 10.02 Hlair, W. M. 1 T. lot 16.77 Davis, Robert, 60 a 22.48 GlCDn, J. H. 48 a C.14 King, D. W. 1 T. lot 4.91 Luce, W. D. IT. lot Luce, W. D. & Sister, 1 T. lot. 10.88 Nail, Miss Maggie, 1 T. lot.. 10.38 29.81 C. 179 a Ross, Mrs.-D- . 9.57 Shown, Isaac, 16 a 30.88 Shown, Louclla, 143 a 14.31 Wright, E. W. 50 a 14.80 Walker, U. D. 1 T. lot S.G1 Watterson, Jeff, 1 T. lot . 6.14 32.84 llor. It. E. 20 a.& 3 T. lots Jackson,. Mrs. Salllc II. 165 a, 23.44 &.1KT. lot " 5.34 I.cach, 'Mrs. Adn, 42 a Maddox;. Mrs Clndcrllla, 22 a.'. 3.62 9.98 Robertson, W. U. 58 a 4.97 Sliafer, Hardy 2 n 4.97 ShulU, Q. T. 7 a 7.12 White. L.J. 3 a No. 10 Helcct. $ 9.04 Autry, Marlon S. 60 a Albtn, Mrs. Elizabeth, 10 a.. . . " 1.35 2.30 Autry; 'Mrs. Nola, 50 a 5.15 Albln? Hay, 6 a 5.40 Ualzo, George C. 10 a 9.97 Butler, to F. 85 a i0.2G Emery, W. J. t)7 a 5.11 Coif, J.'X. 4. a 16.63 Hockcr, V. G. 82 a . 6.54 Haven, 'Marlon, 11 a 8.01 .". . Hicks, William, 32 a James, Hobt. O. SO a '. 7.i2 . : Fulkcrsoa, Mrs. Mary, 60 a.. The Great Christmas Spirit should enthuse everybody from now until the glorious Christmas season is over. The children of this great nation are looking forward to the eventful night when Old Santa Claus will make his annual visit to their homes.- Old Chris Kringle, as usual, has made our store his headquarters for the distribution of his Christmas Gills. - ' . Morrison", 24 Estill L. (minor) acres.. Wt Aroon and Tlchenpr, 100 a... $22.17 13.49 .llldwell, F. B. 6"5"a ' ir.58 .Bennett,' DM.. G5 a Hoover, L. ('.. G a. lA S.02 Hoover, O, i 0. 50 a 17.17 Hoover, I.. C. 155 a 17.17 Maddox, G. W. 175 a Paris, Mrs. It. I,. 2 a 6.25 Smith, A. S. 50 a 8.53 8.65 Shown, Ipaac, 62 a 8.70 jaown, Sylvester, 2 a G.29 Ward, Edward,, 1G a 40.40 Ward, I.. M. 156 a Wade, H. I.. 80 a 8.92 No 4. Sulphur Springs. $ 8.70 Ashley, Henry. M. 50 a. 11.30 llailey, C.sT. 100 a.. 10.23 Combs, J. W. 23 a... Chappell, Mrs. L. B. 1 20 a. 16.75 Hover, Mllcs'L. 53 a 9.17 1.35 Fillack, Mrs. Itllla, 32 a. 4.68 Graham, Mrsi Annie, 51 a.. 4.87 Lee, Shelby W. 12 a 10.G1 Miller, J. E. 65 a 9.97 Watson,. Willie 40 a Wright, John H. SS a 11.30 Wholberry, W. V. 123 a.. 19.47 '2.39 Young, Mrs,. Manerva 10 a 9.97 Voung, Win j 8 a No fi MHgnn. llaughn, O. B. 75 a J $ Edgo,,W. 75 a H. 75 Medcalf, Loo, 81 a Midklff, T. B.. 60 a Medcaf.U a M(dkf, H.' fdcdcalf, t Mcdealf. $iri Sarah, 1 T. lot. 2.42 fCelshbor, Mrs. Belle. 73 a.. . 12.75 Weddluj?, Qllle (By Ora AlWimsatf, Ms Annie, 137 a.. . Wade, Mrs.vClara,.7G a No '0 Cronmell. $ lialze,. J.' U. 0 a Douglas, 11. I), 114 a Bicher, W., M,70 a Hosey. T. 0. 1 Tr, ot Oiler, Mary, la., k.'. llojal, Ii. A.-- (By Laura lloy- - (!. 100 a ye,r, 3 a 7.78 11.82 8.23 10.40 11.53 11.53 5.40 len), 95 ftj 2.96 S.8G 12.12 8.35 11.07 12.44 10 75 1.52 7.G0 al) CO Taylor, P. V. ( Hy S. . Stov- 4.92 em.), 75.a, 11.53 Taylor. 0. H 132 a 39.90 Wallace, O. t. 2SC a Km. 7 Cool SprlnK-i- . AUlns, a.i J. A.-7- a,-- . $ 9.97 llerrel. 0....12& a Kitchens, l3fcqol,i,3 a, Nelbpn. S. Ilji.33 a..., Tally, Mrs. !.. A. 65 a Ycciimb, V. H. S0 a. No. 6 North Itoekpoi t. Ashley. Mro. M. B. 1 T. lot..$ Chinn. J, II. 8 n Coljqr, Amanda, 1 T. lot.... D.iwsou, Jerry, 1 T. lot Allen, IKivo, 63 a (3raes. . A. 1. T. lot Heck, Mrs. Nannie, 1 T. lot. . . Smith. Johu J. 1 T. tot Tilford, BruOBt, JT. lot.... Tim-ley- , M U IT. lot Vernon, Wllllo,,! T. lot.... Wllbon. Walter.. 1 T. lot.... 12.60 4.33 4.98 4.92 S.l 1 4.09 10.18 5.U G.C9 f U.G3 11.53 4.72 11.53 8.35 5.07 6.93 4.71 9.35 10.58 8.87 11.G3 NQt.Pr-.fiout- li Itotnpoit. Ashford, J. N. 130 a Harnard, 15. A. 120 a Urown. Emory, Mrs. 133 $ a... ..falclior. J. W. 51 a Ilowtn, Oscar, 36 a Ilenton. J. I. 1 T. lot Curtley. K. fl. 70 a Dvtkcr, John, I u .... 10.58 6.14 7.62 4.94 Norman," Annie, 7S a Pearson, Mrs. Sarah, 1 T. lot. 3.49 Raffcrty.'Mrs. Sarah, 195 a.. . 11. 4S furG.23 IIocm-r- . Mra. Sallle, 76 a No. 1 1 Horse Branch. ,".$13.39 Arnold, H, G. 137 a., yoijf , 7.92 , Ashbroa, J, H. 1 T. lot 31.49 Brown, Jonn W. 200 a G.23 , Dalze. E. E, 50 a 5.64 Kelley, U. L. 40 a 3.62 Coy, Allen, GO. a Daniel! Mrs. Nancy, 20 a 1.66 G.33 Debart, Morrison, 10 a G.59 Ferguson, Eloda, 130 a C.29 Hoover, J. T. 50 a. .' Lamastus, Mrs E. A. (By H. 7.58 Bratcher) 100 a 5.64 Morris, J. II. 10 a Miller, J. W. 1G5 a 18.92 someMorris, Itomney, 75 a ,8.90 Oiler, Mrs. Martha, 60 a 3.36 varie-JJ:.- M Steward, Mrs. Ida, 105 4.92 ' No. IS Hosine. '' Atchison, Eugene, 213. a $12.50 m ' Campbeltfrohn A. 6 a G.05 'I ' v H Crowder, Henry (by T. F Wal G 92 lace), 223 a mA Edwards, Mrs. Mary 100 a.. . . ::!; Hall, Eunice A. 5 a $ughes, W. Wf," 20 a s. 2.30 m Napier,' E. E.,' 1 T. lot 5.09 6.10 Otto, Mrs. Margaret, 8 9.04 parks, L. T Pitman, Mary (by F. T. WilI"MI 5.07 H son WMM 'iMM G.27 Williams, N. U., 2 a Pharris, Pendleton, 40 a 4.33, Lake, F. R., 2 a. 5.15 Wllloughby. James, 15 a.. . 4.6S Wcbterrield, J. C. SO a 11.48 S.01 Rajmoml, Jacob, 62 a.. . : Uussellberg, W. A ,60a. 9.32 No. 18 E. KorchiUlo. McCormlck. B. F 26.1 C No. .Tt Homier. 7.36 Carnahan, Mrs. Martha, 1 lot.l 4.71 Rhoads, Mrs. D. A. 124 a. .Stewart. Harvey, 64 a S.61 S. O. KEOWN, S. O. C. Baiz, M. H. 1 T. lot . .$11.29 'Ste-arjS.90 Casscy, Jim, 2 a "J. A., 73 a 7.99 Howell, M. C. 1 4.33 Sadler, Mat, 03 a T. lot 3,80 6.40 Clouse, D. S., 50 a Stewart, Arthur T., 22 a POND HUN. 7.60 Hutchinson, 11.30 White, Robt., 64 a . J. M. G a 4.61 fl'.OO Ward, I,. R., 33 a Stewart, Airs. W. H., 130 a. . . 4.92 Carden, J. S., 55 a There was a box supper at No. 19 4.33 Hocker, Fralik, 1 T. lot. . . . 4.45 school house last Thursday night, for Schroader," Isaac, 8 a G.05 Evans, Molvin, 1 lot 4V.4S Westorfield, J. H.. 40 a. . 9.50 Loaey, L. B. 260 a 13.69 the benefit or the school. A large 13.78 Hedden, E 1 lot Taylor, W.'C, 14S a No. 2." 7.3S Hellln Peters, B. W. 220 a G.03 5.G4 Mitchell, W. D., 16 a Wright, Albert, 25 a -. crowd attended and all report a great 9.96 Loj(J, Janper, 10S $ S.67 Southard. John, 20 a 12.S4 16.82 Morton, W. C, 5 lots Wilson, Mary A. 226 a time. 7.07 Park. H. A., 89 a 15.46 No. .'lo Additional. No. 13 13. Heater Dam. Tho stork left a flno girl nt the Pulliam, W., 50 a.,. 7.60 Smiley. B. M., 50 a 8.43 $ 5.09 Ralph, Mary E., 1 lot Hardwick, Mrs Hettlc 1 T. lot. $19.54 home of Mr. and Mrs. John Fulker- - v Baird. Jobn, 1 T. lot 1.93 Vo. 2(1 Ceralto. G.40 Rusher, Arnold, 1 lot Woodburn, E. C. (Adm.) 1G a.l7.S5 son last Sunday morning.. a Carson, Jobn, ."V.47 HoHln. O. D GO a $12.60 4.98 Stone, Henry, 42 a, 1 lot. . . . 7.C4 Iglelieart, DaJ"j, Charlie, The little baby of Mrs. Georgia t'olorwl List. W. L. 4 a r. 4.33 2.85 Whltler, Mrs. Annie, 1 lot , . , 4.09 White, V. Hoskins. Ida. 1 T. lot Dunn of Martwlck, was buried at $ 7.37 M., 1 lot 5.45 J. II. Baker, a. Prct. 17 5.09 McNutt, J. It., 1 T. lot . Pond Run Sunday. No. 10 W. ForuStllle. Mrs. T. J. Bassett, U a., 2 No. 27 I't. PleuMint. 6.16 Hutse, G. W.r 2 a Monroe, E. O., l'T. lot Misses Ruth and Bessie Graham ' ? 4.32 Bishop. T. J., 70 a lots, Pr'ct. 2 1.1.35 $12.85 6.72 Murphy, Ira L 50 a Phelps, Itouben, 1 a, 7.3G. nojken, Alice, 2 a S.19 woro the guests of Misses Eva and 6.99 Ella Brookins, 1 lot, Pr'ct. 2. 8.76 Murphy, J. D., 40 a Stewart, Oscar, 20 a t.6T Brown, Leenusv 6 a Brookins, Shanks, I lot, Pr'ct. I 5.10 Esther Fultou Sunday. 4.98 6.72 Newton, C. R., 50 a Sproulo, IV E., 2 a Misses Edna Ross and Margarctt '8.26 Ktrtley. W. M... 165 aN. 30.06 Collins, A. T., 57 a., Pr'ct. 1. , 8.67 Tomerlln were Thomas, Anderson, 1 T. lot. . 6.49 Wllloughby, Charles, 1 tho guests of Miss Coomes, Lcm, 1 lot, Pr'ct. 1. . 7 22 lot.. 7.38 Neal. It. C, 36 a 7.60 No. 14 W. Heater Dam, Wallace, B. H., 1 lot Collins, Laura, lMot, Pr'ct. 1, 4.64 Simla Robinson Sunday. 7.94 No. lift NarroitN. 3.81 a Hlncs, J. W.. Mrs. Frank Brown, of Clcaton visDuncan, Wash, 1 lot, Pr'ct. 1 . . 4.43 No. 20 Artnarllle. Brown, C. H. SO a $18.50 Leach, C. A., 82 a., 2 T. fots. i 23.94 Honlcy, Durtv 1 lot. Pr'st'l . . 4,10 ited hor sister. Mrs. J. A. Tomerlln, $ 5.33 Brown, T. H. 36 . 8.Q1 Peters, Mrs. Ida, 1 T. lot .. 5.97 Clark, Jasper, 24 a Ford, Gus, fa. Pr'ct. 2. . . . . 4.01 the latter part of last week. Shu C. C. (by M. W.) 1 Condor, J. W. 126 a 22.38 4.91 Rhoads, Will, 1 T. lot Turner, was accompanied home by her father, Flpps, T. .. 30 ... 2.31 Carter, Charlie, 85 "lot No. 1J5 McIIenry. a....i.... 14.94 Williams. J. a. Pr'ct. 1. 2.. 7.06 Mr. Sam Shcmwcll. Griffln. a Pr'ct. 4.72 Wedding, L. P., 53 a 6.49 Foreman, E. D. 65 a 10.22 4.79 Arter, A. C, I T. lot.. -.. Miss Delta Canipdcld and her Hlnes, Don. 's a. Pr'ct 1. . . 4.61 No. 21 Slircve. Graham, II. A. 66" a 16VS7 2.92 Addison, Hobt,f J J. Jot Haynes, J. W. 10 a. Pr'ct 24 ..5.33 brother, Forrest and Miss Duma j 7.60 Harison, Mrs. Nannie, 67 a.. . 4.92 8.00 Brown, G. R., 49. a,. Butler, Estll,' 1 T. Jo, Vlg, 1 a. Pr'ct. 15. . . 10.00 Turner were thi guests of Miss Altha 6.2G Harrison, Thomas, 70 a V.76 Carden, Herbert, 33. a 11.04 Hocker, Brown, Charlio, 1 lot Hlncs, S. F. 4a. Pr'ct. 1... . 4.S8 Robinson Sunday afternoon. 11.40 Harrison, Cooper, 30 a 8.67 6.76 Huff, B. F. 100 at Craddock, C.,' Iqf Mrs. Matt Graham and Babo Rob Johnson, Ben, 130 a. Pr'ct. 9. 29.16 KDrby, E, G. 1 T. lot 9.74 G.93 Obenchain, V. II., 2 a Fisher, Wilt Lop, 1 Jot,... Jackson, Clara, 20 a. Pr'ct. 23 , 4.76 inson spent Sunday with Mrs. Liza , 1 6.14 Wilson, Mrs, Sarah, 60 a. . . . 3.69 Livers, W. M. 60 a Gl vens, John, 1 o Mortln, Jno. S. 110 a. Pr'ct. 2 .13.77 Robinson. Qntseiberry, Owon;. la 5.21 No. 2J2 Olaton. 9.27 Hoskins, M. M., 46 'a Mosely, G. V. 1 a. Pr'ct. 1 . . 6.05 Willet, 7.10 7.93 Bean, C. D., 149 Hoskins, Floyd, y a .,..$: G.90 "Williams,Emmett, 73 a 9 G.64 J. II. 20 Mrs. Martha. 11a... 1.25 Maddox. HowVrd, a. Pr'ct. 6.78 3.82 Cnbinbcrry, Charlie, 40 Hutcheson, Mrs. Ann, 1 lot Moaeby, I Pr'ct. 1 . . . J. 7.92 No. 2 Ralph. 1 lot 8.16 Gentry, Mrs. Mary B. GO a. . 2.96 Hnwes, Arils, a. Pr'ct 1. 1.52 Brown, Mrs. Lousella, 84 a. ... $ 8.G3 Nancy Gollghtcn, For Infants and Children .... 7.39 4.98 Mitchell, Blllle, 40 a King, D, P., 50 Phlpps, Wm. a. Pr'ct. 8. . . . 4.33 13.25 17.84 Canary, 15. H. 87 a 4.92 Miller. J. M 130 a i.ijney. Mrs.lltobert, 50 a.. In Use 1 lot, Pr'ct. Over Parks, Wade, Years 9.00 6.91 11.35 Clark. B. L. 142 a Maddox, Marion, 1 lot 7.1? Smith, J. L., 93 a Parks, W. M. 24 a. Pr'ct. 24. . G.33 Always bears 7.G2 Stone, J. B., 1 lot 8.61 Kans, C. D. 50 a 9.32 Parrottl Iko.'l lot the Rucker, Tom, a. Pr'ct. 2...$ G.05 ,,,. 5.25 Signature of 9.85 Sanders, Mrs. Charlott, 66 a. 7.55 Farmer, Elisha, 20 a Bender, Jobn. 1 lot SJZ H&&fe4f Robinson, Margarctte, 1 lot 6.74 .., 8.67 ' Hendrlx, Mrs. Anna.'Gl a 10.33 V'oplcn, It. I.. 52 Klchardson, P. T., 2 lots . . 4.20 Pr'ct. 18 10.23 8.91 King, zacn, GO a 5.52 Young, J. S 75 a Baltics, Bobcrt, 1, lot Slash, Winnie, 1 lot, Pr'ct. 9. . G.62 Diversity of Farm Enterprise. Morgan, Airs, saran, iu a. 2.9G No. 3 liuford 1a 4.56 Spencer, Hall T. Taylor, J. C. 1 lot, Pr'ct. 2 In mosl cases where studies on tno 7.92 (J. D. 4 a 4.43 .$10.30 Norrls, 7. GO Bell, S. W., 25 a Snell, T. C.', ',52 a Nail, Edmon, 1 lot. Pr'ct. 2. . 4.40 profits in farmillir Iiavo hnnn mnil. 9.85 Waljccr, '3.02 Pryor, W. D. 74 a 10.23 Bell, Dollle, 120 a Smith, J. S 2 a Martin. 1 ot, Pr'ct 1 . G.10 particularly In our oldest agrlcultur- 6,04 5.47 Ralph. J. T. 35 a 126.47 Clark, A. B 15 a Tlchenor, S..J.. 4 lots al dUtrlots, such studies indicato that Non Resident. 5.G4 9. SO Ralph. T. L. 40 a 6.05 Collins, C. H 55 a Wilson, E. M., 32 a tho moBt successful farmers are thosu 6.89 Bolton, J. J. 200 a. Pr'ct. 24. $20. 05 6.57 Whlttakrr. J. W. 16 a... Yobani, Mrs. Robt., 75 a, 1 lot 8.59 Cox, Mrs. Fannie, 100 a.. which havo from two to four major 17.30 Carter, Henry, 47, a. Pr'ct. 4. . 3.61 Hoover, Lewis, 23 a. 4.48 Wade, G. T. 71 u. No. Ifl Centertown. sources of Income; 1. p., they havo a 8.67 Crowe, W. T. 80 a. Pr'ct. 20. . 11.48 24.14 Wado, W. M. 49 a 2.30 Moscley, S. J., 119 a Ashley. Mrs. S. G., 2 a and diversified busl-'- 1' No. !10 Pientlss. Darrell, Mrs. Viola, 1 lot 10.23 7.10 Mayfleld. W. II., 105 a Ashley, M. L., 50 a In certain Instances it may iicss. 4.54 Pr'ct. 34 v $21. 7G G.Z9 Foglo, S. O. 10S a 20.14 Mayfleld, A. L., 40 a Calvert. O. W 119 a pay bettor to havo only ono enterG.71 Evans, W. M. 10 a. Pr'ct. 30. . 1.79 8.90 Frlzzcll, A. A. IS n 12.94 Mlncy, M. L., 60 a Davis, H. H.. 1 lot prise, but usually when ono crop pays G3 a G.58 Grant, W. A. 2 a. Pr'ct. 21. . 2.30 1G.47 Hudnall, M. M. 3.22 Neal, Will, 63 a Davis, Earl M I lot No. 2 Herbeit. Guest, Hugh, 44 a. Pr'ct. 4. . . 4.92 much better than all others tho pro2.63 10.23 Patton, J. J., 8 a Hcflln, G. I)., 34 a ' duction of it increases rapidly and f Floyd, Sally A. 96 a 8.86 Harrison Heirs 70 a. Pr'ct. 28. '2.96 6.03 4.81 Ralph, J. T., 5 a Hcfiln, Clcvo, 3 a soon the price rails to the point Neal, G. A. 110 a 17.95 Harrison, Deo 140 a. Pr'ct. 28, G.23 4a 9.64 Simmons, Richard, .4.92 Igleheart, I. T., 50 a whero other crops or products aro ' 'a 5.40 Mattlngly, AnB. 50 a. Pr'ct. 20 . 2.30 '4.27 Payne, J, F. IS a 3.G2 Taylor, I. V., 1 Jones, E. C, 22 a equally as profitable Diversified 7.55 8.92 Miller, J L. 80 a G.23 Reardon, C. F. 51 a 5.94 Wesscy, S. J., 90 a Jones, Mrs. M. E., 1 lot farming is often confusod with farm-- " ,. 11.48 May, Mrs. E. J. 190 a., p.... 1G.06 ing whore 11.77 Spencer, Tina, 117 a 2.44 Wostorileld, F. D., 00 a Matlock, helrd, 15 a there la a little of everyTurney, Elizabeth, 109 a 4.92 7.58 Morrison, J. II. 110 a No. 21 Barttctts. G.31 Mackoy, S. A., 1 lot thing and not much of anything. No. 4l98 2 Arnold. Peach, Mrs. Harriet, 5 a. Howe, Harriet E., 20 a 2.14 Bartlctt, W. S., 50 a $ 6.82 2.30 Either oxtremo lossons tho chances Pr'ct. 4 8,74 Allen, L. W. 50 0 Howo, Sarah T 60 a 6.48 Chapman, J. L.. 110 a of success. When the price of cerByers. W. II. 20 a 1.87 5.64 Pcndley, D. II. 2 lots 4.92 Chapman (G. W. Johnson Tlehenor. M. J., 45 a crops is Trery low then Uvo Bratcher, Blaln, S a 4.71 tain 4.34 Held, 0. W. 1 lot Pr'ct. 8 . . 3.62 and others) 90 a 4.92 White, Mrs. Lena, 29 stock usually becomes desirable. 8.86 8.96 Sheriff, J. R. 75 a. Pr'ct. 1 . . 16.67 Coy, Lawrence, 80 a 5.96 Chinn, C. C, 67 a Wade. L. B., V4 a However, if the returns per animal 3.62 6.03 Sharp, Bud, 50 a.'Pr'ct. 24, 4.92 Duvall, John, 30 a G.92 Cundlff, Mrs. Mary E 25 a. . Whalen, N. 8., 1 lot are poor, cash crops even atva low 6.82 Skillman, Katio, 30 a. Pr'ct. 8.67 Daugherty, W. P. 40 a Ezcll, Ollio, 100 No. 17 Hmallhous. prlco aro essential. A 1.78 24 6.89 17.54 't Evans. W. It. 68 a... , ... 5.79 Funua., n. E.. 185 a . Brown, L. II., 1 lot business insures against losses and 8.0) Haynes, J, T. 125 a. 9.24 Sklllman, Mrs. O. P. 84 a. 4. 98 Funk, C, T., 50 a Bolton, Felix, 30 a provides a much better utilization G.73 Pr'ct. 23 8.73 'Hill. William, 40 a. .. 8.67. Gpodall, E. Jl., 12.80 Funk, T. E., 50 a a 2.53' of tho labor and equipment. G... 7.94Keown, S. F. II. 102 a. 8.02 Storms, J. B. 63 a. Pr'ct. 9.52 Funk, M. G., 60 a. Jackson, E. C, 80 a . 4 17.84 Thornton, Angelina, 1 lot. . . . 2.05 7.60 , Maiden, Buckner, 168 a 5.91 Foreman. BUI. 80 a Jackson, Margaret, 43 10.23 Taylor, Mrs. Alice, 180 a. 4.28 .Morris, Perry, 102 a Mllllgaiu J. C, 93 a 12.85 Gossett, B, L., agent, 50 FOR FLETCHER'S 8,49' 10.82 Pr'ct. 23..... 5.64 Payton. J. A. 90 a 4.28 Kirk, Mrs. Annlo, 93 o1 Miller. Mrs. D. A., Vt a 6.64 Withrow, J. J. J10 a Pr'ct. 17. 13.76 'Q. N.. 63 a 7.36 Smith, Charlie, GO a Neat, ElUn, 100 a 10.00 Kirk, 2.4.1 8.SG CHILDREN, 'i f he is anxious to give you presents that will make your hearts glad. Information as to your wants by word of mouth dr by letter will be gladly nished him fby this store.' Letters are preferred. Look entirely through our enormous display. Jot down in your mind the things desire, and write Santa Claus a letter and hand it in to any of our clerks. As far as is possible your wishes will be complied with. 1 1 are here suitable for Men, Women and Children. For Mothers and Fathers, for Sons and Daughters, for Sweethearts and Friends. It makes no difference whether it's Toys or Dolls, something to eat or something to wear, thing ornamental or useful about the home, we have them in endless We want everybody to see and enjoy this mammoth Holiday Feast. Come to this store, take vour time and look them nvr. " Hz, X". BARNES a.... B LiMHHIBBMIiBMMD BEAVER DAM, KY. BRO., ?.,w :.... .- a.... -- la . .... , .. .'.., ......' ....... a... a... a... CASTOR For A I.. 30 a.-.-- "' .... well-balanc- I I a.... ... a.., well-balanc- ' a.... a,.. Children dry CASTORIA