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The Hartford republican: December 17, 1915 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 hao1915121701_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: December 17, 1915 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Y x 9H) Fine Job Work. nattiKfxm mm ublmm DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL, THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 24 BRISK BIDDING FOR TOBACCO NEARLY 100,000 POUNDS SOLD AT AVERAGE THAT RANGED AROUND 95 MARK. VOL. XXV11I. U. 8. SENDS HOT NOTE TO AUSTRIA coxri uxixo sinking ok anco- IIY AUSTRIAN i:. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1915. Government of the United Stntes cannot ho expected to do otherwise than to demand that tho Imperial and Roy- nl Government denounce tho sinking of tho Ancoim as lllegnl and Indefensible net; Hint the officer who per petrated tho died be punished nnd that the reparation by tho payment of nn Indemnity bo made for tho cit izens of the United Stntes who wore Killed or Injured by tho attack on the vessel. "The government of the United States expects that tho Austro-Hun- gnrlan Government appreciating the gravity of tho case, will ncccdo to its demand promptly, nnd It rests this expectation on tho belief that the n Government will r.ot sanction or defend nn act which is condemned by tho world ns Inhu- mnno and barbarous, which Is abhorrent to all civilized nations, and which has caused tho death of Inno (signed.) cent American citizens.' Lansing. Reply Will Ho Unfavorable. London, Dec. 1C. Tho Austrian reply to the noto from tho United Stntes regarding the Ancona case has been delivered to Frederic C. Penflcld, United States Ambassador at Vienna, It Is announced In a dis patch here. Tho reply states that n Government is the prepared In principle to enter Into on exchange of opinions with tho American Government and leavo It to the Washington Cabinet to draw up tho Individual legal maxims which tho commander of tho submarino that sunk tho Ancona is alleged to have violated. The Government expresses sympathy with tho American' Government over tho loss of lite. Austro-HungarlaAustro-Hungarla- PROTEST MADE AGAINST PRICES CHICAGO CHOSEN BY REPUBLICANS adequate plan of preparedness until events across tho Atlantic forced them to change their position. Ono of tho last things done by the a committee of arrangements, which will select a temporary chairman of committee today was tho selection of ARGUMENTATIVE REPLY li , KxpMtCtl V From Tlmt Government lly Wctlnes- day. Department of State, Washington. . 1). C., December 6, 1915. Secrctnry of Stato to Ambassador Please deliver n note to thd minister of foreign nffnlrs, tcxtually as .follows: Reliable Information obtained from American and other survivors who voro passengers on the steamship JVncotm shows that, on November 7, n a submnrlno Hying the Hag fired a solid shot through Austro-Hun-nrla- ..Pcnflehl. the steamship; that thereupon the .Ancoua attempted to escape but being overhauled by the sumarlne she .stopped; that after a brief period and before tho crew and passengers to tho boats tho aubmarlno fired a number of sheila nt the vessel and finally torpedoed and sank her while there were yet many persons on board; and that by gun fire and foundering of tho vessel a largo number of persons lost their lives or were seriously Injured, among whom were citizens of tho United States. "Tho public statement of the Admlrallty has been lrought to tho attention of the government of tho United Stntes and This received careful consideration. statement substantially confirms tho principal declaration of tho survivors, and It admits that the Ancoua after L. bciiu; 'helled was torpedoed and suiil whilb persons were still on Loan!. n govern'The ment hns' been advised, through the 4 correM'cndtnco which has passed bo- -' twfcn the United States and Germany, of tho attitude of the, government of tho United States as to tho use of submarines In attacking vessels of commerce and the acquiescence of Germany In that attitude, .yet with full knowledgo on tho part n GIvernment of tho of the views of tho Government of tho United States as expressed In no uncertain terms to tho ally of Austrla-Jlungartho comamnder of tho submarine which attacked tho Ancona failed to put In a place of safety tho crow and passengers of tho vessel which they purposed to destroy because, It Is presumed of tho Impossibility of taking it iuto port as a prize of war. "Tho Government of tho United .States considers that tho commander violated tho principles of international law and humanity by shelling .and torpedoing the Ancona boforo tho persons on board had been put in a place of safety or even given sufll--cletime to leavo tho vessel. Tho conduct of tho commander can only bo characterized as wanton slaughter of defenseless noncombatants, slnco, at tho tlmo when tho vessel was shell- j ed and torpedoed, she was not, It appears, resisting or attempting to escape, and no other reason Is sulllclent to excuse such nn attack, not oven the posslbllty of rescue "Tho Government of tho United States Is forced therefore to conclude cither that tho commander of tho submarino acted In violation of his Instructions or that tho Imperial and Royal Government failed to issue Instructions to tho commanders of Its Bubmarlnes In accordance with tho law of nations and tho principles of vero all able to tako Austro-Hungarla- Austro-Hungnria- y, j nt V A. destroy tho lives of helpless men, women and children. It prefers to believe that tho commander of tho submarino committed this outrage without authority and contrary to tho general or specific Instructions which Tie had recolved. " As good relations of tho two countries must rest upon a common vegard for law and humanity, the humanity. 'The government of tho United States is unwilling to believe tho latter alternative and to credit tho Government with an Intention to permit its submarines to the convention and name some of Its GHOWjniS SAY THE iroiiArco COXVKXTION TO UK HKLl) TIIKKK Important temporurv committees. JUNK 7, OXK WKKK BUYERS HAVE COMBINED Chairman Utiles Is head of the ArBEFORE AGAINST THIOL rangements Committee, and tho other members arc: Ralph E. Williams, of Oregon; MEETING Franklin Murphy, of New Jersey; E. ARE HELD DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS C. Duncan, of North Carolina; Fred W. Eastbrook, of New Hampshire; Fred Stanley of Kansas; Charles B. Tobacco Men Say That Weed Ih Not Campaign to be Waged on Simple Warren, of Michigan; Alvah Martin, Suffragists Principle Being Delivered in Good of Virginia; James P. Goodrich, of Heard. Condition. Indiana; and John T. Adams, of Iowa. This committee will meet either in Now York or Chicago in a few Washington, Dec. 14. Chicago days General dissatisfaction is being to lay out its preliminary plans expressed In the ranks of the tobac was selected by tho Republican Na- and Is expected to have many meetco growers of the Green river dis- tional Commltteo tonight as tho meet ings before June. trict. The prices being paid by the Ing' place of tho 1916 Republican NaChairman Hilles said tonight ho buyers on the loose leaf floors are tional Convention to bo held June 7, had heard no serious suggestions for not meeting the Ideas of the farmers one week before the Democratic Con- temporary chairman of the convenvention in St. Louis. by several dollars the hundred. tion, but that thero seemed to be senThe vote stood; Chicago, 31; San timent among many members to see There are always two sides to every proposition nnd the buyers give Francisco, 13; St. Louis 7; Phila- whether the winter does not develop their side of the situation In a dif- delphia, 2. some Republican orator In Congress ferent light. It is claimed by the Earlier In tho day the committee who can properly sound tho keybuyers that the tobacco growers are had determined u'pon the convention note. problem, with not classifying their product and they datea Suffragists are Heard. aro not giving it tho proper atten- sentiment for and against meeting The committee adopted a resolu- -' tion. It is claimed also that the grow- before tho Democrats pretty evenly tion designed to prevent use of proxers In order to get the advantage of divided. The decision was reached ies at future meetings of the commlta little more weight are adding too without a roll call, and some said a teo except when the giver of the much water to thes tuff to bring in record vote might have brought a proxy Is HI, out of the city where the The latter fact, different result. case for handling. meeting is to be held, or a member it is asserted, Is causing the loss of a ' Advocates of an early convention from some territory outside the conright smart In value to 'the farm- argued that now was the time for tinental limits of the United States. ers. the Republican party to take the of- This resolution was Introduced by In tho southern end of tho county fensive against Its political enemies Mr. Warren, and was said to have a few days ago a mass meeting of without regard to the ancient cus- been drawn for its effect on the comfarmers was held to protest against tom of allowing the party in power mittee next June, when contests will paid. At Curds-vlll- e to meet first and announce Its candi- be taken up. Vienna, Dec. 14. The Austro-Hungarl- tho low prices being Friday night thqre was another dates and principles. It was urged The committee gave an hour duri opAdmiralty is entirely growers of that that the party should not consider ing the afternoon to proponents and posed to any disavowal of the course mass meeting of the entered a vigor- a defensive campaign, but should opponents of woman suffrage. Apof tho submarino commander who neighborhood, who protest against the manner of blaze the trail and give Its story to plause and laughter greeted all the was responsible for the sinking of the ous country first, without waiting to loose leaf Itnllan steamer Ancona. On (tho selling tobacco over thecombination the what the Democrats intended to speakers. see alleged Dr. Anna Howard Shaw asked that contrary, It approves his conduct ful- floor, and at tho to bo In do. the Republican platform of 191G carly and declaresthat he would have, of tho buyers, charging It Technical objections raised to an ry a plank promising a Federal sufThey called the been considered ns having failed to restraint of trade. attention of tho circuit court officials early dato by representatives of West frage amendment, and Miss Frances perform his duty If ho had allowed and the congresman to their charge. Virginia and South Dakota, where Joliffe, of California, and Mrs. Sara the Ancona to escape. passed at this primaries to elect convention dele- Bardfield, of Oregon, of the ConTho reply to the American note, It Resolutions were meeting expressing the views of tho gates are held June 6, was swept gressional Union for Woman Suffrage Is understood, will he delivered soon, away by adoption of a resolution served notice that there were 4,000,-00- 0 Tho corres- growers of that section. They aro possibly "Wednesday. which will permit placing the names wqmen voters in the West whose Associated Press hns as follows: pondent of tho "At a public meeting of the tobac- of the candidates from these states votes were worth getting and could not been nblc to secure a foreenst of growers of Curdsvllle, Ky., and on the temporary roll of tho conven- be had If the Republican party would the terms of tho reply, but all Indi- co tho surrounding terltory, held at tion with the agreement that certifi- put such a plank In Its platform. Mrs. cations are that a pessimistic view of Curdsvllle, December 10, 1915, by cation by telegraph from the proper A. J. George was spokesman for the the situation is Justified. quite a number of tho tobacco grow- State authorities after the primaries The Admiralty today stated Its discussing the will be valid authorization for the case and tho attltudo of tho naval au- ers for the purpose of tobacco situation, which seems to bo seating. WELL BALANCED FLEET thorities as follows: Fight Is question of the IS A PRIME NECESSITY "It Is a submarino commander's the most prominent of said tobacco The fight for the convention provduty to mnko a report to a designat- day, there was everal on the sub- ed to be moro d Dec. 15. Secretary than friends Washington, ed base as soon as possible and tho growers who made talks ject. Tho following resolutions were of the cities which lost had believed Daniels, in an elaborate statement commander who sank tho Ancona did unanimously: The fact that the Demo regarding submarines submitted to It would.be. this a ssoon us ho was within wireless then adopted crats meet in St. Louis June 14, and the House, expressed the conclusion Organization Is Favored. distance of land. Ho made a supthat many thousands who will attend that an "adequate number of subplementary report at Palo and acWhereas, tho buyers and nny companied It with his log. No exformed an organiza- have made reservations at tho hotels marines must be Included In havo project of new constructhere for several days ahead, unwas held amination of tho crow tion, which places tho seller at the report was mercy of the buyer one buyer may doubtedly had Its influence against tion, but that they have not demontho commander's considered complete and there was buy for five or more concerns, there- St. Louis, after the committee had strated that they possess a preponderdecided upon June 7 as the date. San ant value over other requisite types. no roason to suppose that the crew-coul- by destroying al competition. made a strong showing, In this, he added "as in other cases, add anything thereto. "Wo believe this to be In restraint Francisco but the combination between St. the public Interests do not permit a So far ns tho commander Is con- of trade and hereby call tho attencerned his course Is clear. Tho Ad- tion of the commonwealth's ator- - Louis, San Francisco and Philadel full exposition of the information on miralty has received his report and noy and congressman to the same: phia, talked yesterday, failed to ma- which these conclusions nre based." It would have made no Despite the spectacular operations sees no reason to find any fault with 'And whereas, the tobacco grower terialize. major- of Bubmarlnes in the European war, when tho difference for Chicago had a ills course of action. was led to believe that the secretary said, the big batleshlps " If any such reason existed, that , looso leaf tobacco warehouses were ity over all. Representative J. Hampton Mooro still are the backbone of any navy, is, if the Admiralty hnd found that established that god prices would argument for and he pointed out that Great Brittho commander had done anything prove to bo beneficial to the growers, mado the principle contrary to his instructions, It would and with this understanding they all Philadelphia; Henry R. Rathbone and ain by her fleet of heavy ships comRepmands the seas against all her enespontaneously Instltuto an investiga- allowed their tobacco organizations Mayor Thompson for Chicago; San against him without waiting for to go out of business, and whereas, resentative Julius Kahn for Wal-drld- mies. tion C. P. Secretary Daniels said it was not nny demand to como from n foreign wo find tho lose leaf plan to bo un- Francisco and for St. Louis. After the vote believed tho war had demonstrated It can happen that a satisfactory to tho growers at a great Government. was taken, tho contest apparently that a fleet of any single typo of vescommander in heat of battle deals distance from Owcnsboro. And all sides went to sels could bo successful against a contrary to Instructions, but nothing to bo expen-- 1 was forgotten. "Wo also find it work on campaign plans. Every ono properly balanced fleet mado up of case. of that kind lias occured in this "Wo nlso find it to bo to expenIts "It nppenrs Clearly lrom his re- sive, nover knowing what our tobac- t of tho four cities had was check ready several different types. taken Chair wo start from and before tho ballot port that his ship wns in danger, co wll bring when man Hilles held paper worth $400,-00- Tilliunn's Old Choler Rises up Aguln. In double danger, first from tho homo; j All was returned except tho Washington, Dec. 11. 'Every tlmo fact that an enemy boat was approach 'It Is our destre that tho tobacco $100,000 from Chicago. threatened to cut merchants como to our barns and Ing on a lino that a man wrote a bank check ho would The commltteo officially took no have to lick a stamp and curso tho off his retreat and tho enemy ship buy our tobacco by contract, as they could have establish- have done In tho past, and wo ,urgo canco of candidates altho tho lobby Democratic party," declared Senator and tho Ancona I meetings were ed his radius of action and could every tobacco grower to hold his to- of tho hotel where tho Tillman, Democrat, today, announcRea torpedo boat flotilla on bacco until this result can bo at- held was pretty well filled with proposed to fight President havo set publicans who havo been mentioned ing ho suggestion that a stamp on him and second, there was danger of tained; Wilson's as Presidential possibilities and their bank checks bo Included in tho war the Ancona escaping, which, accord"And wo also request that tho dif- I COO of the 985 ing to his Instructions, was to bo pre- ferent outpoints throughout the dis- supporters. About revenue law. all' circumstances. Henco trict bo opened for tho receipt of our dolegates to tho convention are to be vented In "I prefer an increased graduated I by the time tho conduct of tho commander, much tobacco instead of having to haul It chosen at primaries, and income tax, and whenever a man has aro- held, the as the loss of Innocent lives must bo fifteen to twenty miles to tho mar most of these election an Income of $1,000,000 L would leaders expect to have a good lino on tako all In excess of that," Senator regretted and deployed, cannot bo ket. what tho dlffereut states think of Tillman added. "A million n year Is disapproved. , 'The foregoing Instrument of writ- candidates. . r enough fol- - any man, nnd the governunanimously adopted by tho Changing tho method of .bookkeep- ing was Plain Principles buck of Fight. ment nee"ds" tho money." growers present. J. I. Coomes was ing isn't going to change the condi Tho Republican fight, the gossip niortrxi chairman and W. C. Owen tion of tho Treasury, but Secretary nnrT VAT.TTE IN and secretary. J. I. Coomes wont today, will be waged on a few n.. iic4 treasurer McAdoo thinks so. a plain principles; defense of American farm 'land.' small or large farm to and R. H. Layson were chosen as commerce and Industry and defenso Adjourned to meet 'suit purchasers; only sold to settle Americans, are tll congratulating committee. of American lives. Oue of the points 10, at 1 p. m. privilege of payJ. L. Fawes, easy terms. themselves on tho of attack Is that the Democratic par- estate; "J. 1. COOMES, ing a warless war tax. Mt. Vernon ty in Congress bad not stood for an Maceo, Ky. ' "R. H. LAYSON, Committee." (Ind.) Republican. i much-discussed an s. One-Slded. one-sideware-housmen well-balancso d , i ' or ed 0. I I ' , I OFFERINGS ARE CLASST Over 0,000 Pounds Sold House at $0.21 the at One Hundred. With brisk bidding on tho tobacco offered on five loose leaf floors Tuesday the price reached a more satis factory level. It was explained by the managers of the floor that the tobacco was in better condition. The natural season of the weather brought the tobacco In case, and al lowed grading to proceed in better shape. On all the floors Tuesday there was sold 98,460 pounds, that ranged around $5 for general averages. Quite a lot of fine individual averages were obtained. The best prices paid during the day was $13.90, bid at the Ninth Street house, where the largest amount was sold. No Rejections. There werfe virtually no rejections at any of the houses, which evi denced the satisfaction generally of the growers with the prices. One grower made $9.34 on a sale of 3,140 pounds of leaf, lugs and trash, and another got $9.85 on 1,110 pounds from the ground up. There was not much high class tobacco on any of the floors. Trash and low grades prevailed, but these were fetching good prices. With one of the poorest lots of weed yet offered over Its floor the Lancaster house opened the market in the morning. On 26,375 pounds the general average of $4.63 was made. The best price bid was $12.30. Thero was not a rejection ot any moment, and It was believed that the market was strong. Good Average. On the Field Brothers floor the sales amounted to 6,335 pounds, that brought nn average of $6.21. The best price of the day was $13. J. E. Gregory got $9.85 from the ground up for 1,110 pounds.' This is one of the best averages made this season, nnd was on ordinary tobacco. The satisfaction of the sellers on the floor was generally voiced. Green River had a good sale, not' withstanding there was a very common lot of tobacco offered on Its floor. The best price bid was $11.30. The average was $4.93 on 11,665 pounds. There were no rejections. Equity Home got $12.60 for Us top price Tuesday. This was considered very good for Its classes. A general 5 average of $5.63 was made on pounds. Bloom Frazure, of Maceo, made an average of $9.10 on 1,000 pounds. Two baskets of leaf sold for $12.50 and $12.40, while tho lugs brought $8.10 and $7.50 and the trash $4. Best Price 13.00. For 38,810 pounds put up on the West Ninth Street floor, the general average of $5.24 was paid by the buyers. Tho best price of tho day was $13.90. There was a medium lot of tobacco taken as a whole and tho sellers appeared satisfied. R. H. Layson, of Curdsvllle, received from $10.50 to $11.40 on 1,465 pounds of leaf offered. His average, $11.20, was high on tho load. Tom Barron sold 3, 14T) pounds nt a general average of $9.34. Ho got $13.16 average on five baskets of leaf. Sales today will begin at tho Equity . Homo floor, followed In succession by Field Brothers, West and River Ninth Street, Green Owcnsboro Messenger. Lancaster. - 15,-27- ' -- Wouldn't It o Bo Awful if He'd Go To Prison. - I New York, Dee. 11. William Jennings Bryan, former Secretary of state, in an order signed by Supreme Court Justice Whltaker today, was declared In default for falling to answer a summons as a witness in tho suit for nlleged libel brought by Pe-trT. TatlnlB against D. J. Vlasto and S. J. Vlasto. The court also Issued an order requiring Mr, Bryan to sho wcause why he should uot be adjudged in contempt ot court. This was made returnable December 23. os "s LAND SALE FOR TAXES Ily vlrtuo of taxes duo mo, the Sheriff of Ohio county, Kentucky, I will on the first Monday In January, 1910, exposo at public snlo at the court house door In Hartford, Kentucky, hetween the hours of 10 a. m. and 2 p. m., tho following lands, or so much thereof as may be necessary to produce tho sums required, viz: Knst Hartford. Xo. t Austin, Albert, 72 V6 acres... $ 8.G7 Ashle, Lcona (Ily Mont Cad4.92 dis) 120 acres Boznrth, Clayton, 25 acres... 13.48 14.16 Brown, M. W. 100 a 4.95 Flnlrien. I). M. 13 a 2.96 Hlnes, Sarah Ann, 40 13.4 3 Jacobs, V. T. 80 u . 4.97 Shafer, Hardy 2 a 4.97 Q. T. 7 a Sliultz, 7.12 White. L.J. 3 a Xo. 10 Select. t 9.04 Autry, Marlon S. 60 a Albln, Mrs. Elizabeth, 10 a.. . . 1.35 2.30 Autry, Mrs. Nola, 50 n 5.15 Albln, Bay, G a 5.40 Balzo, George C. 10 a 9.97 Butler, A. F. S5 a 10.26 Emery, M. J. 97 a 6.11 Ooff, J. L. 4. a 16.63 Hocker, W. Q. S2 a 6.54 Haven, Marlon, 11 a 8.01 Hicks, William, 32 a 7.62 James, Bobt. C. SO a Morrison, Estill h. (minor) 2.40 24 acres S.S6 Norman, Annie, 78 a Pearson, Mrs. Sarah, 1 T. lot. 3.49 Uafferty, Mrs. Sarah, 195 a... 11. 4S 6.23 Uoer. Mrs. Salllc, 70 a Xo. 11 Hor.so Dollle, 125 a McDowall, I. H. 300 a Nelson, J. D. 49 a Pendleton, 15. B. 1 T. lot... Keld.B Pearl (By J. W. Held) 1 T. lot Snllengor, C. B. 4 a Stevens, A. L. 3S5 a Schroader, N. A. 30 a 3.09 Schroader, Emery, 2 T. lots 5.64 Vance, Nannie, 38 a G.29 Wood, S. E. 28 a S.36 York, E. W. 47 a Xo. 3 West Hartford. Barnard, M W 120 a. 1 T. lot. 3S.03 10.02 Blair, W. M. 1 T. lot 16.77 Davis, Robert, GO a zz. 48 Glenn, J. H. 48 a 6.14 King, D. W. 1 T. lot 4.91 Luce, W. D. 1 T. lot Luce, W. D. & Sister, 1 T. lot. 10.88 Nail, Miss Maggie, 1 T. lot. . 10.88 29.81 Ross, Mrs. D. C. 179 a 9.57 Shown, Isaac, 1G a 30-8Shown, Louolla, 143 a 14. SO Walker. R. D. 1 T. lot S.61 Watterson, Jeff, 1 T. lot Xo. 3 Beda. Aroon and Tlchenor, 100 a... $22. 17 13.49 Bldwell, F. B. 02 a 11.58 Bennett, D. L. 65 a 2.14 Hoover, L. C. 6 a..t. 8.02 Hoover, C. C. 50 a 17.17 Hoover, L. C. 155 a 17.17 JUaddox, G. W. 175 a G.25 Paris, Mrs. R. L. 2 a S.53 Smith, A. S. 50 a S.65 Shown, Isaac, 62 a S.70 Shown, Sylvester, 2 a G.29 Ward, Edward, 16 a 'Ward, L. M. 15G a 40.40 8.92 Wade, H. L. SO a Xo. 4 Sulphur Springs. S 8.70 Ashley, Henry M. 50 a 11.30 Baxley, C. T. 100 a 10.23 Combs, J. W. 23 a Chappell, Mrs. L. B. 120 a... 1G.75 9.17 Dever, Miles L. 53 a 1.35 Filback. Mrs. Rllla, 32 a Graham, Mrs. Annie, 51 a... 4.GS 4. 87 Lee. Shelby W. 12-- a 10. 61 Miller; J. E. G5 a 9.97 Watson, Willie 40 a 11.30 Wright, John H. SS a Wholberry, W. W. 123 a.... 19.47 Young. Mrs. Manerva 10 a... 2.39 9.97 Young, Wm. 78 a Xo 5 Mngnn. $ 7.78 Baughn. C. B. 75 a 11.82 Edge, W. S. 75 a 8.23 Medcalf, T. H. 75 a 10.40 Mcdcalf, ,Leo, SI a 11.53 Midkiff, T. B. GO a 11.53 Mtdklff, H. C. 100 a 5.40 Medcalf, Oliver, 3 a Medcalf, Mrs. Sarah, 1 T. lot. 2.4 Neighbors, Mrs. Belle, 73 a... 12.75 Wedding, Ollio (By Ora Al2.9G len), 95 a Wimsatt, Miss Annie, 137 a... 8.80 .. 12.12 Wade, Mrs. Clara, 75 a Xo. 0 Cromwell. .$ S.35 Baize. J. L. 80 a 11.07 Douglas, II. D. 114 a 12.44 Eicher, W. M. 70 a 10.75 Hosey, T. C. 1 T. lot Oiler, Mary, Royal, D. A. (By Laura Roy7. GO al) 00 a Taylor, P. Y. (By S. L. Stev- 4.92 eiia), 75 a 11.53 Taylor, C. S. 132 u Xo. 7 Cool Springs. $ 9.97 Akins. J. A. 77 a 12. GO .Hurrel. W. O. 125 Kn 4.33 Rscol, 3 a Kitchens, 4.9S Nolson, S. II. 33 a 4.92 'Jolly. Mrs. L. A. 65 a S.U Yccumb, T. E. 50 a Xo. 8 North ltockpoit. Ashley. Mrs. M. E. 1 T. lot.. 4.09 10.18 Clilnn, J. H. 2 a 5.1S Colyer, Amanda, 1 T. lot. 1L63 Allon, Dave, 03 a 11.53 Graves. E. A. 1. T. lot Hock, Mrs. Nannie, 1 T. lot. . . 4.72 8.35 Tilford, Ernest, 1 T. lot 5.07 TliiHley, M. L. I T. lot G.93 WIUlo, 1 T. lot Vernon, South Koikpoit. Xo. I ? 9.35 Ashford. J. N. 130 a 10.58 Barnard, E. A. 120 a. 8.87 Emery, Mrs. 133 a Brown, . ro .. - L, B. Moseley, Branch. ? 13.39 1'. 15 a Arnold, B. G. 137 a Ashbroa, J. H. 1 T. lot Baize, E. E. 50 n Kelley, U. L. 40 a Coy, Allen, 50. n Daniel, Mrs. Nancy, 20 a 1.25 Dehart, Morrison, 10 n 9.75 Ferguson, Eloda, 130 a S4.4G Hoover, J. T. 50 a 8.79 Lamastus, Mrs E. A. (By II. C.05 10.S9 42.9C S.79 oo no 7.92 5.23 5.64 3.62 1.06 5.33 5.59 6.29 7.5S , Bratcher) 100 a Morris, J. H. 10 a Miller, J. W. 165 a Morris, Romney, 75 a Oiler, Mrs. Martha, 60 a Xo. 12 Boslnc. ' Atchison, Eugene, 213. a. .. .$12.50 j Campbell, 6.05 John A. 6 a 4.92 Edwards, Mrs. Mary 100 a.. . 2.30 Hughes, W. W., 20 a 5.09 Napier, E. E., 1 T. lot G.10 Otto, Mrs. Margaret, S a.... 9.04 Parks, L. T 6.27 Pharrls, Pendleton, 40 8.01 Raymond, Jacob, 62 a 7.36 Stewart, Harvey, 64 a 8.90 Stewart, J. A., 73 a 6.40 Stewart, Arthur T., 22 a 4.92 Stewart, Mrs. W. H., 130 a 6.05 Schroader, Isaac, 8 a 13.78 Taylor, W. C, 14S a 5.64 Wright, Albert, 25 a 16.82 Wilson, Mary A. 226 a Xo. 13 E. Beaver Dam. ? 6.09 Baird, John, 1 T. lot 5.40 a Carson, John, 4.98 Davis, Charlie, 2.85 Hoskins, Ida, 1 T. lot 5.09 McNutt, J. R., 1 T. lot G.1G Monroe. E. G., 1 T. lot G.72 Phelps, Reuben, 8.76 Stewart, Oscar, 20 a 0.72 Sproule, R. E., 2 a Thomas, Anderson, 1 T. lot.. 6.49 Xo. 14 W. Beaver Da in. $ 3.81 Hlnes, J. W 9i a Leach, C. A., S2 a., 2 T. lots. . 23.94 4.91 Turner, Will, 1 T. lot Xo. 1." McIIenry. $ 4.79 Arter, A. C, 1 T. lot 2.92 Addison, Robt., 1 T. lot S.00 Butler, Estll, 1 T. lot 6.7G Brown, Charlie. 1 lot G.7G Craddock, C, 1 lot G.93 Fisher, Will Leo, 1 lot G.14 Glvens, John, 1 lot 9.27 Hoskins, M. M., 46 a 7.93 Hoskins, Floyd, 1 lot Hutcheson, Mrs. Ann, 1 lot. . 3.82 8.16 Hawes. Arlis, 1 lot 4.9S King. D. P., 50 a 4.92 Loney, Mrs. Robert, 50 a. 7.18 Maddox, Marlon, 1 lot... 9.32 Parrott, Ike, 1 lot 9.85 Render, John, 1 lot 10.33 Richardson, P. T., 2 lots . 5.52 Raines, Robert, 1 lot 4. 50 Spencer, Rail T. 7.60 Snell, T. C. 52 a 10.23 Smith. J. S., 2 a 120.47 Tichenor, S. J 4 lots 6.05 Wilson. E. M., 32 a Yoham, Mrs. Robt., 75 a, 1 lot 8.59 Xo. 10 Ccntertowii. $ 2.30 Ashley, Mrs. S. G 2 a 7.10 Ashley, M. L., 50 a 20.14 Calvert, C. W.. 119 a 12.94 Davis, II. IL. 1 lot 3.22 Davis, Earl M.. 1 lot 10.23 Heflln, G. D., 34 a 4.81 Heflin, Cieve. 3 a 9. 64 Igloheart, I. T 50 a 3.62 Jones. E. C. 22 a Jones, Mrs. M. E., 1 lot. ..... . 5.94 2.44 Matlock, heirs, 15 a 6.31 Mackov, S. A., 1 lot 2.14 Rowo. Harriet E., 20 a G.4S Rowo, Farah T 00 a 4.92 Tichenor, M. J., 45 a &.9G Wade. L. B.. U a 0.92 Whalen, N. S.. 1 lot Xo. 17 Kmalllious. $ 5.79 Brown, L. IL. 1 lot 4.98 Bolton, Felix, 30 a 12.80 Goodnll, 13. IL, Vj a 9.52 Jnckson, E. C, 80 a Jackson. Mnrcarot. 43 a...'. 5.91 12.85 Milllgan. J. C, 93 a 4.28 Miller. Mrs. D. A., 6 a 10.00 Neal. Eliza. 100 a 4.33 Williams, N. R., 2 a Xo. 18 K. Kordsvlllo. Carnahan, Mrs. Martha, 1 lot. 4.71 A1 r, i ii... o a n.uaaBBjr.juii.ia Bratcher. J. w. oi 11.30 10.58 Clouso, D. S.( 50 a Oscar, 30 a Bowen. 9.99 ... .i unruen, J. .. id a...;. Benton, J. P. 1 T. lot .U2 uvans, i iui ... .1. .4. . . 4.48 E. S. 70 a , . t. . . r'liniov. . .. itcuuen, ... i iui.:.,......... 7.38 Decker, John, 1 a Mrs. Mary, GO a.. . 0.14 Mitchell, W. D., 16 a ttijbt t 9.9G vniicnruon. 6 liar It E 20 a. & 3 T. lots.. 32.84 Morton, W. C,CO lots ,.:, c. t . 7.07 a...-.--7.00 Pulllam, W., Salllo B. 105 a. Jackson. Mrs. 1.93 wary ta i ioi ' 23.44 iituipu, & i ipm j0t 3.47 5.34 Rushor, Arnold, 1 lot Mrs-.- ' Ada, 42 a Leach, 7.G4 Henry. 42 a, 1 lot. . Maddox. Mrs Clnderllla, 22 a. 3.62 Stone, 4.09 68 a.J!JJAi .9.98 Whltler, Mrs. Annie, 1 lot Robertson, W. B. 5.64 18.92 8.90 3.36 a..., J la la la la ;. w. 35 Additional. Hardwlck, Mrs Hcttlc 1 T. lot. $19.54 6.33 Woodburn, E. C. (Adm.) 16 a. 17.85 Colored List. 2.31 lot H. Baker, a. Prct. 17....$ 7.37 Wedding, L. P., 53 a 6.49 J. .2 Mrs. T. J. Bassett, Xo. 2.1 Shrcve. Tho Kind You llnvo Always Bought, nntl which lias licen lots, Pr'ct. 2 13.35 $ 7.60 Brown, O. It., 49 a la ttso lor over ISO years lias uoriin tho .signature, oc Ella Brooklns, 1 lot, Pr'ct. 2. . S.19 Cardcu, Herbert, 33 a 6.20 and lias uccu made under his Brooklns, Shanks.l lot, Pr'ct. 2 5.10 Huff, B. F 100 a 11.40 sonal Hiiporvislou kIiu-- its infancy. Collins, A. T., 57 a., Pr'ct. 1. . 8.G7 ecccSUM Allow no ono to deceive you i:i thte. 4.98 Obenchaln, W. II., 2 a Lcm, 1 lot, Pr'ct. 1 . . . 7.22 Coomes, All Counterfeits, Iinitntlomj and ".Ttiwt-us-fjoonio hub 3.G9 Wilson, Mrs, Sarah, GO Experiments that liiflo vtith and endanger tho health oC Collins, Laura. 1 lot, Pr'ct. 1. 4.54 Xo. 22 OTaton. Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Duncan,' Wash, 1 lot, Pr'ct. 1. . 4.43 $2C90 Donley, Dud, 1 lot. Pr'ct. 1.. 4.10 Bean. C. D 140 n Cuslnberry, Chnrlle, 40 a... G.7S Ford, Gus, 1 a. Pr'ct. 2 I 4.01 Gentry, Mrs. Mary B., GO a.. 2.90 Flpps. T. J. 30 a. Pr'ct. 1 . . . . 7.05 17.S4 Williams, Grlilln, i a Pr'ct. 2. Miller, J. M., 130 a Cnsforl.i is a harmless sn IKulo for Casior Oil, Int 4.72 poiic, Drops and Soothing Sjrnps. It is pleasant, i., Smith, J. L., 93 n 11.35 Hlnes, Don, K a. Pr'ct 4.G1 1.... contains neither Opium, ailorphiuo nor other A nvotlo S.G1 Hnyncs, Stone. J. B.. 1 lot J. W. 10 a. Pr'ct 24.. 5.33 Miltstiuico. Its iiko is its guarantee. IL destroys AVorm.l Sanders, Mrs. Charlott, 00 a. ..7. 55 Hocker, Vlg, 1 a. Pr'ct. 15... 10.00 nud allays Fcverishuess Eor muro than thirty years Ifc S.G7 V'oolcn, II. L. 52 a lias hoen in constant u o for tho relief of Constipation, Hnus, S. F. '4a. Pr'ct. 1.... 4.SS Young, J. S 75 a S.91 Johnson, Ben, 130 a. Pr'ct. 9. 39.10 rhilulency, "Wind Coll , nil Tecthlnjr Troubles n::d Diarrhoea. Xo. 20 Hufoid. It regulates tho Stomach ami Doavc:.-?-, Jnckson, Clara, 20 a. Pr'ct. 23. 4.7G assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Boll, S. W., 25 a $10.30 Mortin, Jno. S. 110 a. Pr'ct. 3.13.77 The Children's lauacca-Tl- io Mother's Erleud. Bell, Dollle, 120 a 3.62 Moscly, G. W. 1 n. Pr'ct. 1.. 6.05 Clark, A. B., 15 n 6.47 Moseby, Howard, Pr'ct. 1 7.92 Collins, C. IL, 55 a 9.S0 Phlpps, Wm. Aa. I 4.33 Pr'ct. 8 Cos, Mrs. Fannie, 100 5.57 Parks, Wade, 1 lot, Pr'ct. 1.. 9.00 Moseley, S. J., 119 a 24.14 Parks, W. M. 24 a. Pr'ct. 24. . 5.33 Bears the Signature of Mayfteld, W. IL, 105 a 10.23 Rucker, Tom, in. Pr'ct. 2...$ 5.C5 G.29 Mayfleld, A. L., 40 a Robinson, Margarette, 1 lot Mlncy, M. L., 60 a 8.90 4.20 Pr'ct. 18 Neal, Will, 03 a 1G.47 Slash, Winnie, 1 lot, Pr'ct. 9. . 5. 62 Patton, J. J., 8 a 2.03 Taylor, J. C. 1 lot, Pr'ct. 2. . . . 7.92 Ralph, J. T 5 a 0.03 Nail, Edmon, 1 lot, Pr'ct. 2.. 4.40 Simmons, Richard, 4 a 4.92 Walker, Martin, 1 lot, Pr'ct 1. 5.10 Taylor, I. V., 1 a 4.27 Xon Resident. Wessey, S. J., 90 a G.23 Bolton, J. J. 200 a. Pr'ct. 24. $20. 05 Kind You Westerfleld, F. D., 00 a 11.77 Carter, Henry, 47 a. Pr'ct. 4. . 3.61 Xo. 24 Bnrtlctts. TH CINTAUD COMPANY, NkW VOXK CITY. Crowe, W. T. SO a. Pr'ct. 20. . 11.4S $ 4.9S Bartlett, W. S., 60 a Viola, 1 lot Chapman, J. L 110 a 8.74 Darrell, Mrs. 4.54 Pr'ct. 34 Chapman (G. W. Johnson 1.79 3.G2 Evans, W. M. 10 a. Pr'ct. 30. . and othors) 90 a 2.30 SSftAftftSftiftAAftaftftftAftftftAftAftftftssftaSh 1G.C7 Grant, W. A. 2 n. Pr'ct. 21.. Chinn, C. C, G7 a ( i Cundiff, Mrs. Mary E 25 a. . 4.92 Guest, Hugh, 44 a. Pr'ct. 4 . . . 4.92 0 Harrison Heirs 70 a. Pr'ct. 2S. 2.9G S.07 Ezell, Ollle, 100 a G.23 17.54 Harrison, Deo 140 a. Pr'ct. 2S. Fuqua, R. E., 185 a I 2.30 8.01 Mattlngly, Ans. 50 a. Pr'ct. 20 . Funk, C. T., 50 a & ? SO a 7.55 8.73 Miller, J. L. Funk, T. E., 50 a 16.06 7.94 May, Mrs. E. J. 190 a ? Funk, M. G., 50 a 0 4.92 7.00 Morrison, J. II. 110 a Foreman, Bill, 80 a 5 a. l 4.2S Peach, Mrs. Harriet, Gossett, B. L., agent, 50 2.30 Pr'ct. 4 5.G4 Kirk, Mrs. Annie, 93 a 1.87 7.3G Pendley, D. II. 2 lots Kirk, G. N., 53 a 4.71 5.15 Reld, G. W. 1 lot Pr'ct. S Lake, F. R., 2 a i S.SG Russellberg, W. A., 00 a 9.32 Sheriff, J. R. 75 a. Pr'ct. 1 1 0 3.G2 4? S.C1 Sharp, Bud. 50 a. Pr'ct. 21.. Rhoads, Mrs. D. A., 124 a Wile cloth- 0 Sklllman, Katie, 30 a. Pr'ct. S 7.99 Sadler, Mat, G3 a of Owcnsboro. 1.7S ai i 7. GO White, Robt., G4 a a.?.... i 0 4.33 Sklllman, Mrs. O. P. S4 a. Ward, L. R., 33 a bid ? G.73 Pr'ct. 23 9.50 Westerfleld, J. IL. 40 a Ih Storms, J. B. G3 a. Pr'ct. 5. . . 2.53 4? in now & Xo. 2." Hcllln. i 2.05 Thornton, Angelina, 1 lot. . . $ S.G7 Loyd, Jasper, 10S a i l Taylor, Mrs. Alice. ISO a. ? 15.40 Park, H. A., S9 a l 10. S2 41 Pr'ct. 23 8.43 Smiley, B. M.. 50 a An of high J. J. 110 a Pr'ct. 17. 12.75 4? Vlthrow. Xo. 2 Ccralvo. 11.4S 4? Wcsterficld, J. C. SO a Odd Trous- J Hollln, C. D., 50 a $12. GO McCormick, B. F 26. 10 4? 4.33 Igleheart, W. L., 4 a 4? S. O. KEOWN, S. O. C. Hatst Neck- & 5.45 White, W. M., 1 lot -c--t41 and Xo. 27 It, Plea-an- t. Goods. Bishop, T. J., 70 a $12.85 Why Vou Hhould IVe Chamberlain's 41 41 Cough Remedy. 5i99 Boykcn, Alice, 2 a in Hosiery 41 repu4.98 Brown, Lecnus, 0 a Because It has an established 41 t shopand 30.05 tation won by its good work. Kirtley, W. M., 1G5 a & 1 7.60 Neal, R. C, 3G a Because It fs most esteemed by ii thoso who have used it for many 41 No. 28 Narrows. 8.01 years, aa occasion required, and nro 41 Brown, TH. 36 a 41 22.38 best acquainted with tta good qnall-tic- s. Condor, J. W. 12G a ! 41 14.94 Carter, Charlie, 85 a one-pric- e. 41 paid on & ft Ioosen3 and rellcTea a 41 Because 10.22 Foreman, E. D. G5 a & of $1 16.87 cold and ofds nature In restoring 41 all mail Graliam, IL A. 66 a 41 Harrison, Mrs. Nannie, 57 a.. . 4.92 tho system to a bealtby condition. Because it does not contain opinm 41 11.04 Harrison, Thomas, 70 a in 41 8.G7 or any other narcotic. Harrison, Cooper, 30 a.. ! Bocauso it fs within the reach of 41 G.71 supply W. M. GO a Livers, 41 f only costs a quarter. Obtain5.31 all. It Qufsenberry, Owen, 1 a ra 41 7.10 able everywhere. 73 a Wlllet, Emmett, fc 41 Williams, Mrs. Martha, 11 a... 1.25 h 41 Potato Varieties. 41 Xo. 29 Ralph. 41 With the closo of the potato har Brown, Mrs. Lousella, 84 a....$ 8.63 13.25 vest season for 1915 tbo tlmo seems 41 Canary, B. IL 87 a 41 I 6.91 opportune to call to the attention of 41 Clark, B. L. 142 a & tho grower and the seedsman 7.G2 both Evans, C. D. 50 a 41 y -- .. 5.35 thedeslrabllty of considering serlbus-lFarmer, Elisha, 20 a 41 a very material reduction In the 41 6.74 Hendrix, Mrs. Anna, 51 a 10.23 number of varieties grown In any 41 King, Zach, 00 a MSh. or section of tho 2.9" G given community Morgan, Mrs. Sarah, 16 a . .. 4.43 country. Norrls, C. D. 4 a It has been tho history of every 9.S5 Pryor, W. D. 74 a other staplo crop that tho fewer tho tatoes Is best adapted to his climatic the cooler and molstcr sections of tho 35 a 6.04 Ralph, J. T. then conflno I lilted States. Tho Itural Now 5.C4 varieties grown tho more easily are and soil conditions, and Ralph, T. L. 40 a moro than ono or er, wliilo succeeding under ilninlr 0.S9 they marketed. Tho pioneer fruit his efforts to not 15 a Whlttakcr, J. W. group. In conditions, is also able to produco 17.30 grower In America tried to grow a3 two vurletles within that Wade, G. T. 71 a possible for him satisfactory crops whero air anil solt 8.G7 largo a list of varieties an ho could this way it will bo Watie, W. M. 49 a temperntures uro higher, and where tho to becomo moro familiar with tho alTord to purchase, while Xo. 30 Picntiv,. of the variety ho Is growing; tho summer precipitation is scant, tendency is to reduco.tlio list to tho $21.7G Pogle, S. O. 108 a to rccognlzo Its special cultural re- provided molsturo is nbundnnt In G.71 least number that can bo depended Frlzzell, A. A. 18 a iipouTir meet tho market require- quirements and to offer for salo a September and October. Tho Irish G3 a 5.58 Hudnall, M. M. o Cobbler group, consisting of early vaments. Tho reason for this is that much moro uniform and Xo. 32 Herbert. ho Is dissipating rieties, is at its best In tho North, $ 8.8G It has hen found a much easier task product that where Floyd, Sally A. 90 a or moro va- but also produces well when planted 17.95 to sell largo quantities of ono va- his energies on a dozen Neal, G. A. 110 o ns an early truck crop in tho South. riety than an equal quantity made up rieties. 5.40 Payne, J. F. 18 a Tho size of tho secdmnn's list Is Tho potato growers of somo of our Is 8.92 of a largo number of varieties. It Rearden, C. F. 51 a believed that tho same principle- ap- Middle West States particularly thoso very largely, if not entirely govern11.48 Spencer, Tina, 117 a of Wisconsin, aro being strongly ur- ed by tho grower, and tho remedy 7.5S plies to tho potato crop. Turney, Elizabeth, 109 a In a recent publication by tho de- ged by their potato specialists and lies wholly with him. Xo. 32 Arnold. Tho efforts of tho potato grower, State associations to adopt tho com$ G.82 partment, Bulletin No. 176, a sysAllen, L. W. 50 a tem of classification of potatoes Is munity plan of growing potatoes of dealer, and seedsman should ho di5.04 Byers, W. II. 20 n In rected ns follows: 4.34 presented In which tho leading com- ono, at the most, two varieties. Bratcher, Blaln, 8 a 1 Heduco thev nrlety list to a few mercial types aro referred to 11 this way tho buyer can bo assured of 8.96 Coy, Lawrence, 80 a Kpcurlntr a uniform stock, In carload Btandord commercial varieties. I 6.03 groups, and a list of tho varieties ! Duvall, John, 30 a... 2. Standardize theso by careful selots of Green Mountain, Rural New which aro thought to G.82 studied Uaugherty, W. P. 40 a In Yorker, or other classes of potatoes. lection and culture. to each group Is furnished. 6.89 Evans, W. It. 58 a 3. Adopt tho community plnn of many cases tho varieties listed In m. Tho movement must como from tho 9.24 Haynes, J. T. 125 a confining his efforts growing ono or two varieties and ad8.G7 each group aro so nearly Identical grower through William, 40 a Hill, 8.02 that hi tho opinion of tho author of to a few varieties, preferably not vertise this fact to tho public. Keown, S. F. H. 102 a 4. Demand a higher grado scedj) moro than ono or two. These- should 17.84 this bulletin thero Is no JustificaBucknor, 1G8 a Maiden, renting of moro than 10 be selected Intelligently, with refer- potato from your seed grower or' 10.23 tion for tho Morris, Perry, 102 a ence to soil and climatic conditions. dealer, but In so doing bo willing to 8.49 per cent of them. Payton, J. A. 90 a commercial grower should de- For example, the Green Mountain pay a correspondingly better price The 0.64 Smith, Charlie, 50 a adapted to 4.08 termine what group or class of po- - group Is particularly well Wllloughby, James, 15 Xo. o No. 10 W. Fonlsvllle. Hulsc, G. W., 2 a Murphy, Ira L., 50 a Murphy, J. D., 40 n.." Newton, C. II., 50 Wllloughby, Charles, 1 lot.. Wallaco, B. IL, 1 lot Xo. 5IO Aetnnvlllo. Clark, Jasper, 24 a Rhoads, C. C. (by M. W.) 1 a....'.... 4.32 7.36 8.67 8.26 7.38 7.94 Xo. 33 Render. Dowoll, M. C. 1 T. lot Hutchinson, J. M. 0 a Hocker, Frank, 1 T. lot Lonoy, L. B. 200 n V 3.86 4.54 Southard, John, 20 n 4.45 13.69 12.84 Children Cry for Fletcher's B39iB1hCT d" a.... What is CASTOR A a.... GENUINE CASTOR A ALWAYS, 2L0 The i. In Use For Over 30 Years Have Always Bought a... Men and Young Men department. enormous assortment class Suits, Overcoats. ers, Fancy Vests. Shoes. Furnishing wear ...... ........ . Brothers, the foremost iers are making stronrj for your Winter business. every complete Stocks arc Sf Neckwear, Novelties Suspenders for Christmas pers. Standard quality, expert service, strictly Postage .... orders or over. .,... Let the largest clothing store Western Kentucky your wants. & Wile Brothers OWENSBORO, KY. or SvS'vvSvWSvSCSCSSCSS'W ... ... to-d- hlgh-grnd- - bo-lo- - a..... w-- W-. VlraAjrW; , . BrJHj HUL1UAY fcJAJUAUNtt m ,r A A w lOcember fa 'tho month of nil thnt Yuan -- is ovor, but give you as low prices now, when you need the goods, lit cut the biugiuim Wo don't wait till the s culled sales ufter Cliristinuu. Sue what yofrcim snvo by tinding nt tho only J3urgnin House in Ohio county or tho Green River country. wo $1.1.18 A I . VIJMSOJN'S LADIES SKIRTS. $C50 and $7.50 Skirts $5.00 Skirts 93.08 $4.00 and $4.50 Skirts 92.08 $1.00 Underskirts 00c 1)8 c $1.50 Underskirts Choice of any Hat in our mlllnery department worth up to $7.00, now 92.no Big lot Remnant Dress Goods half-pricBest Calico, this sale, a yard 5c e. 1WVJrB '"Alan's Men's Hoy's Hoy's Jj Men's Hoy's 9 n.t8 fjt : $5.00 llnlncoats Hoy's $2.50 and $3.00 Suits 9 1.1)8 C11)I PANTS VOll J1K.V AND ItOW. Ills lot Hoy's Long l'nnt Suits worth up to $.1.08 $10.00, now 'J18.00 to $20.00 Suits ?ir.oo to $ic.ro suits $10.00 to $12.50 Suits , $7.50 Suits $C00 Suits $7.r0 Mackinaw Coat's $5.00 Mackinaw Cunts '. 911.0s $ 7.18 9 1.118 .? ' COc Work Shirts 50c Flocco Underwear ilUc .'ic il.llH 48c 75c Caps .' (Dross Shirts (Ic $1.00 tide Host Overalls Matlo 10c 25c Suspenders 17c Wool pox :17c 50c Nfckwoar 17c 25c Neckwear One big lot of Odd Coats and broken lots of Suits nt halt price or less. liADIKH WKAK AHi TO UK SOLD $18.00 to $20.00 Indies' Suits $0.08 A few $10.00 to $12.50 Suits $3.08 LINK OK NEW COATS. $12.50 to $15.00 Coats 98.75 $10.00 Coats all go now 97.50 $7.50 and $8.00 Conts 91.08 Children's Coats all nt cut prices. All kinds of Fancy Holiday Goods and Toys, everything needed for tho Holidays, and all prices. at money-saving We gun rant co to savo you 20 to 2b per cent on all your Holiday buying. Why pay more olsi where? "Keep your money 'till you see us." 6k SON, l$mmtM&MWMlAMWtvmWiMW'MMMAi J. T. VINSON GET SOLID SUPPORT Beaver Dam, Kentuckv WWtftMWWWWWHHHW 4 FMBANKS WILL SENATOR BURTON WILL NOT TRY TRY TO SECURE KENTUCKY DELEGATION. Louisville, Dec 11. Representative Republicans from every section of the State met here tonight to discuss Informally the best attitude for Kentucky Republicans to take toward candidates in the next national n. The meeting was attended by about one hundred and fifty leaders of tb party nnd was one of the most enthusiastic gatherings ever held on a similar occasion. Every man present brought with him tho fullest confidence of Ills people in tho certainty that Kentucky will go Republican next year, because of the complete unity and harmony thruout the rank nnd file of tho party. While the fullest discussion of the political situation was Indulged In tliiTe was no question at any time but that the sentiment of the party In Kentucky Is In favor of the nomination of Hon. Charles W. Fairbanks, of Indiana, nnd that a united and party will be able to carry the State for him next November. Mnurlco S. Oiilvln called the meeting to order and briefly stated Its p'rtpoeo to reach a consensus of popular opinion nnd the sentiment of the Republicans of the Stnte toward their Presidential preferences. (,'nlvln Introduce Morrow. ' jlr. Galvln was chosen chairman of the meeting and introduced Edwin I. Morrow. Mr. Morrow was greeted with an enthusiastic welcome which amounted to nn ovation. He spoke briefly but with much enthusiasm on tho coming conventions. He was warm In his endorsement of Mr. Fairbanks, nnd emphasized the Importance of preserving tho present high confidence and fine party organization and tho unwisdom of allowing any factionalism to precipitate a party fight. Mr. Morrow was followed by a number of speakers from all sections of tho Stnte, only two of whom expressed any opposition to the endorsement of Mr. Fairbanks. W. K. Gordon, of Mudlsonvlllo, nnd Major W. H. Owentok tho view that tho meeting should tako no deflnlto action and that It would do tho party no harm to determine upon instructions to tho delegates by fighting It out when the time came, and that for tho prcs-!the booms for various candidates might bo left to tako their own course Mnny Other Speakers. Other speakers were generally outspoken for tho adoption of Fairbanks rwblutlons. Among them were R. A. Cook, of Hopklnsvlllo; George W. Long, of Leltchfield; T. B. Dixon, of Scottsvlllo; C. L. Barnes, of and J. T. Balard, of who thought that the Kentucky delegation should bo for Fairbanks and a progreslvo platform. John P. Haswell, of Lawrenceburg; K. P. Ernst, of Covington; Dr. Ben L. Bruner, R. C. Stoll, E. T. Proctor, of Leltchfield; Judgo J. T. Sparks, of Greenville; J. G. Dorg, of Loulsvlllo; II. Green Garrett of Winchester; A. J Oliver of Scottsvlllo, R. P. Green, of Bowling Green; William Marshall Bullett and W. L. Hazollpp also spoko briefly. , State Chairman E. T. Franks com-made by inentcd upon thor emarks Eomo of tho speukers to tho effect that Fairbanks should have tho support of Wentucky on account of tho nctivo nnd friendly aid which Mr. . Fairbanks had given to Kentucky etrRepublicans In thelf campaigns, lind tho debt of gratitude which tho party owed Ulm. Support Because of Worth. Mr. Franks and other speakers con-Jldcnt f voiced the view thnt Kentucky should not support Fairbanks merely out of so grntltudo or friendliness, but ho wll mnkc the best candidate In November, nnd one with which Kentucky can most certainly be depended upon to scat Republican electors. It. IT. Winn, of Mt. Sterling, made a short address In favor of a harmonizing of all the preferences anion Republicans of the Stnte, and that the differences should be made up In advance of the convention. William Heyburn, of Louisville, Introduced the resolution. It was to the effect that It bo tho sense of tho Republicans nscmblcd that Kentucky Republicans give their encouragement to tho candldncy of Hon. Chas. W. Fairbanks. The adoption of tho resolution was done with such n spirit of enthusiasm that it apcared Improbablo that campaigns to win votes for any other Presldcntal aspirant will gain much headway. Burton Will Stay Out or Ky. An Interesting fnct In this connection developed In tho meeting when It wns stated that a representative of Senator Theodore Burton hnd been asked what action tho Senator expected to take to win support in Kentucky. Tho reply was that Senator Burton expected to nmke no effort toward securing n Kentucky folowlng, thnt he recognized the attachments between Kentucky and Indiana, and between Kentucky Republicans and Mr. Fairbanks, nnd assumed that Kentucky would be for the Indiana man in the convention. Another significant fact was the presence In tho meeting of a largo number of Progressives, who were quite ns frank In their approval of tho Fairbanks trend as tho old line Republicans. The meeting was held at tho Seel-bac- h hotel. It was announced that tho Republican headquarters would be maintained In tho same quarters In tho hotel which were occupied during tho Stato campaign, and tho organization kept up to its best working efficiency. WE NAVE MUCH TO LEARN FROM'JAPAN WHAT A DOING PROTECTIVE TARIFK IS FOR THAT KNER GETIC NATION. Bear This In Mind. Cough Remedy by far tho best medlclno in tho market for colds and croup," says Mrs. Albert Blosser, Lima, Ohio. Mnny others nro of tho same opinion. m Obtainable everywhpre. "I consider Chnmberlaln's m Eliza-bethtow- n, Ellza-behtown, How To Uso Red Cross Seals. Red Cross Seals should, In nccord-anc- o with Order No. 5,020 of tho PostofTtce Department, "be a nixed to tho reverse side of domestic mail matter" and not on tho address sldo of nny letters or packages that are going through tho mall. They may bo placed anywhere on matter going by express. As many seals may be used on tho back of a letter or pack-ag- o as may bo desired. Care should bo exercised in sending merchandise through the mails not to place seals over the strings with which the package Is tied, since this closes tho package against Inspection and subjects it to first class postage rates. Users of Red Cross Seals are cautioned against indiscriminate use on foreign mull. Red Cross Seals in normal times may bo used on tho reverse sldo of mall matter sent to Austria, Germany, Oreat Britain nnd most of tho British colonics, except India and Australia. Guatemala, Uruguay and Portugal refuse to admit mall bearing nonpostago stamps. Certain European countries will return to tho sender any mall bearing Red Cross Seals on tho address sldo. Mall nddressed to any of tho belligerent countries In Europo should not bear Red Cross Seals on the address side. Red Cross Seals may bo used on tho faco of checks, bills, on legal documents and on any commercial paper. Tho Christmas Seals aro not good for postage. They . will not carry any mall matter, but any kind of mall matter will carry them. Tho reports from Japan Indicate a high state of prosperity The factories are busy and all are employed. Doubtless Japan, like ourselves, Is profiting by tho salo of munitions to her allies, but the country Is prospering as wo arc not by production for the purposes of peaco. Japan prospers because her manufacturers know that hey can depend on all the aid that their government can give them. American industries not associated with the war zono aro not prospering, because business not only docs not count on Government assistance, but is in deadly fear of Government histllity. Jnpnn operates under an adequate Protective Tariff. Any Industry which can show that It Is prepared to do Important buslnes will at once have the homo market assured to It by a duty adequate to hold it. And if, with the homo market as a basis, they can hold foreign markets by selling at lower rates than at homo they are given godspeed because they make work for Japanese people. Our manufacturers are operating under a Tariff which, until the war broke oujt wns driving Important American Industries out of business, and under tho menace of the public, official declaration of the then party leader In tho Houso of Representatives, that tho Democratic party would never rest until It had erased every vlstlgo of Protection from our statute books. Japan flourishes because tho government does nil In Its power to tho strong combinations which nlono aro competent to carry on modern business. Our country does no tprosper except temporarily by tho misery of oth ers, because, wherevr a strong orgnnl-zatio- n is built up tho whole force of the Government is directed to smashing It. Tho policy of Japan Is fixed. Tho nation Is not cursed by neither a Fre-Traparty or a trust- - smashing party. If thero is trado to be got In tho world Japanese, backed by their government, go after it ,and get it by whatever measures are necessary. Our Government drives American ships off tho Pacific. Japan promptly fills the gap ships. with A great and good man occupying a very high position once told us that "we have much to learn from pro-nioto of his pnrdon record shows that for tho graver crimes ho chooses principally for tho objects of his clemency such ns had observed the conditions of their paroles for a considerable period. The ancient and honorable custom of "totin a pistol" coming in conflict with a drastic statute, providing jail Imprisonment for two years, came in Cor most consideration nt his hands, and during his term as Governor ho has remitted the jail sentence and the disfranchisement penalty In 145 cases. In nearly every instance the victim of the statute was n 'member of ono of tho most '"prominent" families In the community, and sometimes there was more than a hint of somebody getting even by causing tho arrest. Next In order comes manslaughter pardons In tho list; with sixty-seve- n but here the probationary period of parole frequently preceded tho rescitizenship. Thirty of toration wielders of the shooters, eighteen knife, twenty-tw- o murderers serving violife sentences and thlrty-thre- o lators of the local option laws were oardoncd. Various forms of theft, 'loiisobrcaking and robbery were accordcharged against eighty-seve- n ed executive clemency nnd fifteen convicted of assault and battery were ?iven their freedom. Tom Slaughter, Ewing Bowling, of Breathitt county, Holly Strutton, of Logan Helm of Anderson county, Louisville, and Jim Haywood of Bowling Green, condemned to die, had their sentence commuted to life Imprisonment. Muny People Don't Know. A sluggish liver can cause a perSpells son an awful lot of misery. of dizziness, headaches, constipation and biliousness are sure signs that your liver needs help. Tako Dr. King's New Life Pills and see how they help tone up tho whole system. Fine for the stomach too. Aids digestion. Purifies the blood and clears tho complexion. Only 25c at 3 your Druggist. Turin' ns u Safeguard for Trade. 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Call me on Hartford Mill Co., 'phone, or address me at Hartford, Ky. ; ', take precautions against trade Invasions from tho same qkuarters? Secretary Garrison says reproachfully Dr. Bell's Pine Tnr Honey. that somo of the Far Western States For your cold, for your cough, for aro not enthusiastic for preparedyour feverish throat, nose and head, ness, because they think they aro too uso Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. Hon- far away to be injured in case of an ey soothes tho Irritation, Pine Tar Invasion. Somo cuts the phlegm, thus relieving con- States feel that way about the Tariff. gestion. Pino Tar also acts as an an- Thev lows aro wrong in each caso and tiseptic as a result general relief fol- show a lack of patriotism, because lows. Breathing becomes easier and both In tho matter of war and comfurther Inflamatlon is urrestcd. In- merce nn injury to ono Is the concern It of all. sist on Dr. Bell's 3 is an Ideal treatment. Price 25c. United wo aro invincible, but dl vlded wo aro bound to bo weak nnd at And he was dead right. y. Japan." I fl 111 Fifty-five typewriters. Shorthand, nil PARDONED BY GOV. tho mercy of invaders. McCREAHY IN HIS TERM Inquirer. ry Philadelphia to Chnmber- sons explained by Moving machine. Seven big II LesPlc-tu- ro When in Louisville STOP AT De- ECKERT'S partments Book- Owes Her Good Health Frankfort, Ky., Dec, C Gov. laln's Tablets. retires from four years In tho "I owo my good Health to ChamExecutives chair conscious of Chief gratitude of 511 berlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. R. G, tho y Noff, Crookston, Ohio. "Two years ho rescued from the men whom of imprisonment nnd five con- ago I was an Invalid duo to stomach demned me nwhoso sentences he com trouble. I took three bottles of these Tablets and have since been In muted to life Imprisonment, e tho record tho best of health." Obtainable everyunder Ho Is heart-throbbi- keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Music, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modem equipassured. Position ment. for catalbgue. Wrlto Davi&ss Co. 5th Avenue Hotel FRANK ECKERT, Prop. Jeop-nrd- Bus. College H.H.ECKERTJfgr. Incorporated OWEN8IJORO, KY. I c $1 Up, European Plan 4 forty-nin- of his predecessor; and an analysis where, m .. - . . .ho organization of the hospital with enthusiasm and had it equipped In the most perfect manner. The work was placed under tho H1rrd mtorrtlm to U t th thl'ototHw m" MconJ itmll mutter ol Uft''iM, Ky., direction of tho Princess Gedroyc, tin, one of the hlgest nobility and who reputation in IlAltNETT, Editor nnd Prop. has won n national C. M. Russia as one of tho foremost woESTILL IIAUNKTT, Associate Editor HARTFORD men doctors. Tho czarina with her A Six-ReLupin production by Joseph Vance. Also Charles Chaplin, the laughters works nt the hospital Address all communications to every clay from 9 a. m. to 2. p. ni. and FRIDAY, greatest film comedian of the day, in a one-reEssanay, K Hartford Republican. often later. 4-11- 1 DECEMBER i So Impressed are they with tl.o NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS of seriousness and the humanity Botwerlbfrs dtwtrlog tli pii.r Mnt to n new that they often re., If you AiMrttt must (tire the old addtvn In ranking the their services like thrills, emotional acting and arousing, turn In the evenings, and when jTiet. realistic scenes, be sure to see these splendid pictures. p. m. DnalnrM Local nn Notice 10c per line nnd Sc they have dangerously wounded paper line for each iidilltlonnl inaction. they say all night. Tho czarSe tients Obltnnrle. lttolutlonnnl Curd ol Think ina has also equipped a bath train per line, money In ndvnnce. Saturday, Church Notice for nervier Iree, hat other and presented it to the soldiers In ndrertlnement. 5c per line. field. the will receive no commnnlentlon Anoayinou December The Court Hospital has accommotteLtlon A Six-ReLubin production by Charles Klein and Arthur Hornsblow. dations for 200 soldiers and 30 ofAlso Charles Chaplin in a ficers. Tho regular nurses' uniform Interest is at its height T'SXiS,3rZOXrSC - 2:30 p. m. Matinee which the royal nurses wear Is made one-re..- S.C3 Essanay Comedy Cumtorlani in these two excellent CO of white with n red cross on the 3Ta.rxa.ora' Sutual Also 7:00 and 9:00 p. m. productions. left arm. The example of the czarina nnd her daughter has induced FIUIUV, DECEMBER 17. many women of the Russian nobility to devote themselves to Red . 4frw n, U , I .1t n For President 1916 l.Ult Ul n lllllU UUIIT .!... WllUU - IIIC ' , Cross work. llltlll FAVORS MILITIA V. FAIRBANKS, State officers are elected. CHARLES Some of them have turned over of Indiana. This measure was decided upon their residences In Potrograd as RECEIVING PAY today at n conference held hero well as their estates in the country the Legislative Committee of to the soldiers for hospitals. The Taking the tariff out of politics Grand Duchess Olga is 20 years the Louisville Commercial Club and "would" mean death (of the rooster) Committee old and her sister, Tatlans, 17. Both GEX. TAXDV EliMS THINKS IT the Legislative of the is drawing near tinio to think of making and destruction (of the log cabin.) Kentucky Educational Association. of them have been gazetted colonWOULD liRIXG GUAHD UP some one glad. You can't do any bettor than como Other matters pertaining to educaels of two crack cavalry regiments TO STANDARD. And now a noted German official in their father's service. tional legislation were discussed, but to my store and get a nice niece of .Jewelry, such as Bays that Germany will quit If Engnot decided upon definitely. j Watch-Bracelets, Watches. Lavallieren, ring?, in land will. At the same time howPresent at tho conference were GIIUj WHO Lexington, Ky Dec. 14. ever, we note that it must be Eng- SHOOTS fact, everything that can be had in a John Strother, W. II. Tharp, James REFUSES TO WED HIM General J. Tandy Ellis said that land who makes the concessions. Speed and T. W. Vinson, of tho Louishe hoped that the plan of secretary 4V ville Commercial Club, and Dr. M. B. New York, December 12. of War Garrison for a paid mllltla All we can say to Mr. Stanley's Adams, of Georgetown; II. O. Sluss, by her refusal to marry him would be put Into effect. having gone on the wagon Is that he Covington, J. P. Drousc, of SomerConio in and select while tho choice is good and they had been engaged several "Military routine Is monotonous of has our best wishes and we arc going years and to many men uninteresting," he set, and T. A. Hendricks, of Paris, 4 we vill hold it for you. My stock is absolutely now to watch him stick on. We hope that months, William Brennan, 18 representing the Kentucky Educaold, shot in a and e. Nothh.g to select from that was at the end of his administration he hallway onMiss Mabel Halbt, 21,street said. "It Is difficult to bring the Na- tional Association. East Seventy-eight- h tional guard up to the standard In left 'over from last s. can not only point out the fact that Trices lower than were escape him Thurs- numbers and in efficiency without lie has kept his resolution but can where she ran to ever known btfoio. Como in and let mo convinco Drainage Tav Notice. young woman some inducement to the members to morning. The show us some results in the way of day you both as to Allison Haynes, et al. good things accomplished. Such a will probably die. Brennan surren- give their time to drill and maneuvvs.: Tax Notice, resolve would be very commendable dered immediately after the shoot- ers and the study of tactics. "If the national guard of the state Public ditch or drain. In anybody, but in Mr. Stanley we ing. The Ohio County Board of DrainBrennan had planned the shooting could be placed upon a basis whereregard it as marvelous. Hall KenWatches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired. of the young woman two weeks ago, by the men would receive some pay age Commissioners at a meeting regtucky, she has a Governor who does 4 when he first suspected she did not for the time they give to drill and ularly held on Nov., 27'l915, levied Eyes Tested Glasses Jfitted. not drink. We don't suppose there and assessed against the lands nnd are more than forty states in the un- want to marry him. At that time he instruction, I believe it would re- Land owners located and within the left her to go for a marriage license sult in the better attendance of men ion which are fortunate enough to and she told them they would have to at drill, it would make the instruc- aforesaid Allison Haynes ct al. Drainhave a dry governor. get a witness. He understood that a tion more effective and more thor- age district, Ohio County, Ky., a tax believ- ough and It would certainly have or an assessment upon lands of the Christmas time lias once more roll- witness was not required and equal to $8.94 per acre, first ed the girl was deceiving him. the effect of increasing the number upon class ed around and the question of how lands' of the second class $!i.!ifi Brooding over it, he bought a re- of enlistments. to spend the holidays to the best adacre. Tho sum thereby created vantage again faces us. It has always volver with the apparent intention "If the national program of pre- being deemed necessary and sufficient of killing her if she again refused to paredness is to have a seemed strange to us that the birthreserve of cit- to defray all costs of construction day of our Savour should be a sea-eo- n acompany him to the marriage izens who can be called upon at short of the ditch or drain ordered in said of much drunken debauchery license bureau. notice in time of war, it is folly, In RPtion together Willi all other cost He arranged an appointment for these days of highly specialized war incident to the establishment of said and that fireworks should play such an important part in its celebration. this morning. He was there half fare to put them in the field without drainage district. Why should we show our apprecia- hour before she arrived, and when considerable training and famlllarty Notice Is hereby given that along he impatiently asked "with their duties as soldiers. tion of the fact that on this day the she came roll has been made and her where was the witness she had man who brought us redemption for "It Is also essential that there tax bills against each individual, along. should be an army of reserve of sufour sins was born into the world by promised to bring "Will, I don't want to get married ficient numbers to make prompt mili- beneficiary, has been placed within making as much hellish racket as 17 the hands of tho Treasurer of Ohio young and $1 00 tary operations on a large scale pos- Cr.uiitj for collection. At tho ex48-tpossible? Is this the true Christmas yet," the girl said. "I'm . Sack Swans Down s. Pure Hog Lanl..MJHi spirit? Do we suppose our Savour so are you. Let us forget about it sible, and it would seem that the piration of 30 days hereafter said Tlour st.flo Evaporated Peaches.. most effective way to build up such assessment roll will bo withdrawn 48-IIb gratified by looking down on a for a tim eat least. Sack Blue lUbbon AprlcotB Brennan threatened her and raised an army, would be to pay ioc world one half of which is dellberat-l- y the men for Flour Jjtr.55 s. Chi. Pink Beans ....5c his voice until she started to walk the time they give to military duty. from hands of said Treasurer and getting drunk, not because it is His 4 Cans good Pink Sal10-Ibonds will be issued against the Cal. Lima Beans... 75c birthday but because it is a national hurriedly away. He followed, plead- I have no doubt but that under such lands and land owners to the amount mons ;uic s. Navy Beans ing with her. Suddenly Brennan drew an arrangement every 75c holiday and on that day we may all state In the of tho unpaid assesments, plus all 3 Cans Tomatoes -- .25c 1 Doz. Jumbo Pickles 15c debauch with Impunity. On Christ- the revolver. She heard him threaten, union would be able to so Increase cost of said bond issue. 2 Cans Oysters 15C 1 Bottle Sewing reMachlno Its national guard that It would be mas day the story of the life of Christ turned, and when she saw the 2 Cans Hominy Given under our hands, this Dec, inc OH 5c readily available for military opera 17th, 1915. should be taught to every child In the volver started to run. 2 Cans Kraut 3 Bottles Pure Extract. .. ,25c Screaming for help, the young tions of considerable scope." world. They should be made to 2 Cans Corn Ohio County Board of i, 3 Cans Peaches hallway. In 5c know what the day means. The cus- woman turned Into the 2 Cans early June Peas. . . I.V Drainage Commissioners. s. lCc Coffee a half swoon she fell upon the stairs. sjtl.15 tom of burning up thousands of dol-c 7 Pkg. Egg Noodles WOULD TAKE OFFICE U.S. T. BABNETT, Pres. A second later Brennan entered and 20c Coffee 91.70 lars worth of fireworks has gradual0 Bars Swirt Prldo Soap. . .iMc OUT OF POLITICS Attest: W. S. TINSLEY, Sec. 3 Cans B. D. Coffee .'.5c fired at her. The bullet pierced her ly grown on the world until It Is al5 Bnrs Lenox Soap 2."c 3 Cans Crescent Coffeo . .$1.00 most impossible to make the average right lung and lodged in her abdo7 Bars Clean Easy Soap... .ikjp Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 13. In an ef- Farm, Near Whltesville, For Snle. 3 Cans Steel Cut Coffeo... 70c boy see that his idea of jubilation is men. When witnesses of the shoot- fort to take the office of State SuperWo have listed with us a good 108 ing followed Patrolman Gamble Into wrong. What could be more riall saw intendent of Public Instruction out acre farm 4V& miles South of Como and share your , , ait of the last big diculous than spending a day which the hall a moment later they politics tho next Legislature will Special kneeling at the side of the of Cash Sale of this year, which wo are offering to Whltesville, about half of it bottom should be full of soulful Joy and Brennan be asked to pass a constitutional our thankfulness, a day full of deafening girl. The revolver was on tho floor amendment, taking that office out of land, and forty acres In ttmbor Intrade while doing their Holiday shopping at her side. gum, besides various other and thoughtlessness. clamor Don't is cluding 58 the constitutional offices. If "Here I am," Brennan said to Gam- done, tho Legislature will pass this make the mistake of suddenly refusSee us for a law trees. No buildings. ready to go ing to furnish the where-wlt- h for the ble. "I did it, and I am providing for tho appointment of a prices. fireworks but teach the story of the with you." BARNETT & BON, Agents. State Superintendent or for his elec- world's redemption to your child so vividly that he will see his mistaken BILL IS PROPOSED FOR THE LEGISLATURE idea of how the day should be spent. H.-rl'or- Republican. The Plays You Have Been Wailing for, and They are Truthfully Great! Star Theater 9 AU "The Fortune Hunter' el First Show, 7:00 p.m. Second Show, 9:00 25th "THE LION AND THE MOUSE." el el ... -- iiHBBMMBMiWiyglTlE Admission. 20c. ..-.- "By The Sea9' I .. THE PARK." Admission 20c 1 JO Hurry! X-m- as Hurry! f First Class Jewelry Store. X-ma- 'up-to-dat- Quality and Bargains. R. W. KING. Jeweler and Optician pr 44440.444444444444444 oeaverJJam., I-v-- SPECIAL CASH SALE Ending Saturday, Dec. 25. CO-lb- Pounds'GranuIated Sugar 10-tb- b. b. 2c w 10-lb- c i.-j- 10-lb- 10-lb- s. ACTON BROS., Hartford, Ky. CZARIXA'S MIX!) SAVED HY The County Judge's Association of HER WORK AS WAR NURSE Kentucky hopes to see tho next Legislature pass a bill providing for I'pirourml, Dec. 11. If the war Jurisdiction by county Judges of all haB brtuifitli inspeakable horror ti mlsdeanor cases, according to Judge S. E. Dellaven, of Oldham county, tlfl TCumlnn people, it has brought comfort to the Imperial who is attending the annual meeting Jioiifcchuld of the czar. Prior to the of the association at the courthouse. At present tho county judges have var it was no secret that the czarina suffered from am arked form of jurisdiction only In mlsdeanor cases melancholia with other mental pecu- where the fine is not more than $100 liarities. The fear was held in the and the jail sentenco is not moro than close Intimacies of court circles that fifty days. she was drifting Into hopeless inThe last Legislature passed a bill sanity. Intended to bring about a change But slnco tho Czarina with her in the scopo of jurisdiction, he said, two daughters, tho Grand Duchess hut a Covington man had Inserted a Olga and the Grand Duchess Tatl-anprovision that he law could not aphave entered activity Into their ply to cities of that class. As all work as Red Cross nurses, the County Judges must have uniform word has gone thorugh all tho Jurisdiction, the provision nullified JUiBslas that tho mental sickness of tho law. Tho second day's session of the asthe czarina has been cured. sociation were held Friday. A numTo her constant and labors In tho "Court Hospital" ber of the judges on tho program did at Tsarskoo Solo, tho village where not attend. Those reporting to tho the famous summer palace of tho secretary, who had been assigned subczar is located, Is credited tho re- jects, included these: D. E. Hatter, lief which has como to her mental- Simpson; J. B. Wilson, Ohio; S. W. Greene, Jefferson; C. A. McMllllan, ly. Tho czarina and the grand duch- Dourbon; II. II. Denhardt, Warren; courso In T. P. Gray, Lyon; J. II. Wado, Boyd; esses took a thorough training In the care of tho wounded J. S. Yankey, Washington; A. W. .soldiers. Slio threw herself into PlcUercll, Larue. -o a, S$$S$ro9&TOS$$SV3 K44444444ahaxa, GOODIES FOR CHRISTMAS Special Prices at 6 E. D. Thomas' Grocery Next Door to Bank of Hartford. Nuts Grapes ; Oranges Dates, Figs, Raisins Candy, loose Box Candy 20c lb., 2 lbs. 35o. 20c lb., 2 lbs. 35c. 20c doz.,2 lbs. 35c. 10c lb., 3 lbs. 25c 8c to 40c lb. 25o to ?5.00 ft ? 3 NOTICE! ,e have a few more Coal Sr,is left, in broken sizes,, at prices that will interest you. Gome and be convinced. & 0 ft ? f? 4? i c 4? i 9 ? ? c & FRUIT Let Green Front Grocery BASKETS all Sizes and 4. 44 i 0 A Groceries of all kinds. Supply Your Needs Hartford, Kentucky 4? 49 Us I Hub Clothing Company 4? Keix-tfox-c- l, f 'V) E, D. THOMAS PC y. rS tfvvvvvvvwvv9wwVVV99VV9vvv as: Mr. C. 1. Turner, Owenuhoro, visited Ills father, Mr. L. I Turner, from Saturday until Monday. Tho finest lino of Uox Candles over shown In Hnrtford at Ilcr's Orocery. Beautifully put up. ii Just tako a look at thoso beautiful Ilox Candles nt Uor's Orocory. Mako tho finest Christinas Presents. RjtbblN Wanted Will pay 8 apiece Tor drawn rauims, neaus on. Must not he shot to pieces. W. E. ELLIS & IIUO. j MMchr istma: rtZSJ a JmMST ct ft' ;T'X-i If A .Aw wW'Tsf O&ZZT -- i Christmas Shoppers! have now WEtire line of on display our en Christmas Goods, including a complete line of Toys of all descriptions, which you will find on our second floor, and a stock second to none, of more useful gifts for those of more mature years. If if's fnr FnfliAr Mnthpr. Friend or Sweetheart, you can find exactly I what you want by shopping at our store. We shall expect you. Don't forget this, and remember that it PAYS TO TRADE WITH A I HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. jtfkm&Gb, , , Lancaster Loose Leaf Tobacco Co. Incorporated Third and Trlpiett Streets. Largest Floor in. Town Best Light. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. DAILY SALES. All Tobacco Kept Insured. 9,000,000 pounds, or 40 per cent of all that of all the Burley. passed over looso leaf floors and A REASON THERE WAS Last year wo sold two-thir- GOOD SERVICE Both Phonos. Miss Vcrna Duke was the guest of relatives at Dundee last week. Ask Tnppan about tho freo demFRIDAY, DECEMUER 17. onstration Cleaning Silver ware. Hudson has tho agency for L., II. & ST. L. R. R. TRIE TA1JLE. Silver Cleaner In Beaver Dam. p.m. No. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 Miss Mazy Clark spent tho week No, 110 due nt Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch . . 3:40 p.m. end with her parents at Sunnydale. Ar. Irvlngton . . 5:35 p.m. For big bargains in Real Estato Lv. Irvlngton . . 5:5C p.m. see Holbrook & Parks. Hartford, Ar. Louisvillo . 7:40 p.m. Ky. 7tf No. 111 Lv. Louisvillo . . 8:35 a.m. Mis Popple r"U, .who has been Ar. Irvlngton .10:06 a. m. Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. qulto ill of pneumonia is convalescAr. Ellmltch ., . 1:04 p. m. ing. Mr. E. B. Blrkhead. and son. Ken M., H. & E. R. R. TIME TABLE. neth wero In Owcnsboro first of the' week. South Bound, No. 116 8:45 a. m. Duo at Hartford Miss Logan of Toronto, Canada is North Dound, No. 114 the guest of Mr. A. W. Logan and 6:16 P. ra. family. Duo at Hartford (Both "Mixed Trains.) Makes Silver cleaning a pleasure. Ask Tappan about Natlona.1 Slver : : , Buy your Fresh Oysters from J. Cleaner. Marvel of the age. Ask Hudson C. Her. National Silver Cleaner. Lasts Silver Saver. Asle about Laor Saver. 5 years. Tappan. the ago. Ask Tappan Marvel "of-Laor Saver. Silver Saver. Ask about the famous National Silver Hudson. Cleaner. Christmas Goods at uhlo County Makes Sliver cleaning a pleasure. Drug Co. Ask Hudson about National Silver For American wire Fence, call on Cleaner. 10tt U. S. Carson. Cranberries, Celery and all that Is Fresh Oysters lu any quantity at helpful in preparing a good dinner at Iler's Grocery. E. D. Thomas.' If you don't think Santa Claus has feeding Oats For Ship Stuff and been to see us just como and tako a boo Acton Bros. ACTON BROS. peep. go to tho . For nn appreciative gift, Mr. Vernon Llgon has returned to Ohio Conty Drug. Co. for tho his homo In Henderson Baskets and Fancy Candles Christmas holidays. Fruit galoro at Hor's Grocery. Miss Mary Anderson of Louisvillo sells tho famous National wll visit relatives and friends hero Tappan during tho holidays. Silver Cleaner. Lasts 5 years. Hartford Republican. a New York, Dec. 15. Tho war has of waste material soaring to such a height that the coun try has nlmost been swept bare of such products, according to reports received by the National Association of Waste Materlnl Dealers at Its quarterly session here. Louis Birkcnstcln, president of tho association, told the members that the process of reclamation here is akin to what apparently Is being done In Germany. "The demnnd for cotton for explosives and for Cotton batting and linters has resulted in reclamation work In cotton waste products, which has mado it possible to substitute many of these for the standard products," said Mr. BIrkenstein. "The reclaiming of wool, jute and other fibers and materials for uses not obtaining in tho past is going on steadily. "Certain grades of woolen rags have been tripled in price since the war began and other grades have advanced 3 to 500 per cent, higher than actual- -' 1914. Colored wool rags-arly bringing more than a similar Parke amount of raw wool, oWing to the Messrs. Royace Iglehnrt, Taylor, Howard Glenn and Wilbur dyo In tho rags and account of the Rhoads will arrive here in a few color famines." days from Lexington for the holi- t POXD RUN. days. Mr. W .B. Robertson is on the sick Misses "Mattye Duke and Norlne Barnett, of Russcllvlllo and Miss list. Mr. J. A. Tomerlin who has been Nancy Ford, of Bowling Green will arrive In a short time to spend the ill, is better. 1 Mr. Hobert Elder, of Evansville Is holidays with their parents.. visiting friends and relatives here While out hunting recently about three miles from Prentiss, this coun this week. was tho guest ty, near Green River, Mr. Carlisle I Miss Carrie Southard of Miss Minnie Hudson Sunday after Render and some friends came noon. across an old mound or grave conRev. Aaron Ross of this place fill taining Indian bones, teeth and ed his regular apolntment at Cleaton pieces of skull. The big grave was Saturday and Sunday. walled with heavy rock which must Mis Lizzie Chlnn is ill of dpytheria. have been difllcult to put in position. Mr. Blllio Johnson, of Hopewell, The men gathered quite n quantity died Tuesday after a lingering illness of teeth, which nre exceedingly well of several weeks. preserved, the enamel on same being Mr. Alva Southard's wife of Simsound ns ever. Tho teeth nro of mons, died Sunday after an illness of grown people and children. It Is esseveral weeks. timated that the grave and its conLittle Misses Marie and Jessie tents aro considerably over 100 years Graham were visited last Thursday old. night by Little Miss Lorlne Ross. Misses Ruth and Bessie Graham Christmas Prices. 15c were the guests of their cousin, Miss 1 Doz Oranges 15c Mnruarett Tomerlin, Sunday night. Mixed Nuts Mr. Sam Shemwell and wife, of 25c of 15 & 20c Candy s. 75c Cleaton, returned home last Friday Stick Candy 25c after having visited relatives here. Choc. Candy Misses Edith and Eflle Fulkerson 25c 40c Choc. Candy lib. 1 Gal. Cranberries ,.45c spont Monday with Miss Maggio 91.00 Box Choc. Candy $2.50 Box Xmas Candy 75c K. K. Knife 50c K. K. Knife ILER'S GROCERY of light Hardware Pocket Knives, Scissors, &c, suitaat Iter's ble for Christmas presents Grocery. If wo can't provo to you wo can save you big money on diamonds, don't take them, that's all. TAPPAN. 22t3 Clove Ilcr's Ilotary Club and Join get the benefit of 40 or GO now books which will bo put In tho first of tho year. Special Christmas boxes of Low-noy- 's Candles at Ilcr's Grocery, ranging from 50c to $5 per box. Finest you ever saw! I have a stock of groceries that Prices right. I want to closo out. Conic and see for yourself. U. S. CARSON. 22tf. Huy youVglrl n subscription to Iter's Ilotary Library for a ChristSomething now and mas present. good. Come and sec. Tho next time you walk down the street stop when you hear tho tapping and look In Tappan's window. 22t3 Oh, how beautiful! Free! Free! Free! Silver Clean ing demonstration Sat, the 18th, at Tappan's. Say don't ever miss this. Worth" going miles to see. Cranberries, Celery, Fruits, Fancy Candles and everything that Is required for 'a nice holiday dinner can ACTON HROS. be had at, ill arMiss Marlam llolbrook-wrive home Friday from Louisvillo to spend tho holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook. Mis Winnie Simmerman will arrive here today from Nashville to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee Simmerman. Tho pupils of Mrs. Virgil Elgin will give a piano recital nt College I J I no t .Vionrin' :'iolx. nt 7:45 .V nlmIs3lT: vlU be char,;- o ilock. Kino lino Practical gifts are always appreciated. Ohio County Drug Co's They have a line H"''!" j - GIFTS IN TOWN You can get these 4s- - W9- - at the. and Instructive Books for Children. should appeal to all. there would bo a unanimous voto for Protection candidates In next year's elections cast by tho printing, pub- lishlng and paper making trades, employers and employes alike. that is useful every day in the year, as well See their line- -a as- - Toys: carefully selected-onetftafc- . avaste material ix great demand sent the prices IT "MAKE S A DIFFERENCE" WHERE i PRESENT S COME FRoM.. .SEND GIFT.S YOU YoUR. WANT" To YOU KNOW WILL BE LIKED -WHEN ANYBODY GETS A PRESENT TKAT COMEJ FROM OlR 5TORE THEY' KNOW TKET QUALITY DO NOT I J dOOD.. BE- WAIT UNTIL THE VERY DAY FORE 5 CHRI-5TMA.- To Do YOUR BUYING, NOT STORE. COMFORTABLE IN A CRoWDET IT IJ BEST To COME NOW. ir CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. t Hartford, Kentucky. b. 10-lb- bs 5-- lb b. The Wise 5c GUNS! GUNS! EOMK AMERICAN SCHOOLBOOK8 "MADE IN JAPAN." American schoolbooks aro being printed in Japan and sent to ths country at prices far below tho cost of production here. Japaneso com positors earn about 15 cents a day, and pressmen and binders aro paid In the same proportion. This Is about th Krismas - I CARRY IN STOCK LINE OF A LARGE Shoppers have-materially i' tho wages paid in similar employments In tho United States Paper can be made In Japan for less the American cost of than one-ha- lf A world tourist, lately production. returned from the Far East, found that American schoolbooks, for tho use of American boys and girls, wero being reproduced In Japan and exported to the United States at 7 cents wholesale apiece. Tho American prlco for tho samo book Is 33 3 cents. Schoolbooks aro admitted freo of duty under our present Freo-Trad- o Tariff. Previous to October 3, 1913, they wero dutiable. We wonder what American publishers, American printers, pressmen, bookbluders and paper makers think of schoolbooks for American children 'made In Ja pan." One would conclude that are buying earlier each year, and with this in mind we l?avtr moBtofour Holiday Jewelry now on display, and as has TARGET GUNS, been our custom each year since coming to Hartford, AMMUNITION, SHELLS, ETC. increased our stock both in quality and quantity,, And respectfully request which you will readily discover the minute you- enter our you to call and seo the largstore. Will not enumerate the many presents suitable forr est lino of Shot Guns, Rifles, every one, but, urge you not to buy until you have seen onr Shells, &c, Ammunition, line. If you aro in the market for a Diamond, will sell yona ever brought to Hnrtford. one cheaper than you can buy anywhere else. Will let you Goods the Best and Prices have it examined by an expert, and if not as represent v$r the Lowest. tho trado is oil'. We get our Diamonds from J. K. Wood Sons, New York, tho biggest diamond cutters in the U. S. A Don't forget, tho Krismas place this year is at Shot Guns. Rifles - U. S. Carson GROCERYMAN, HARTFORD, KY. J. B. TAPPAN, Jeweler and Optician,., HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. W Mr. Woods. "First, there must ho FROM TIIK KB' TLVKY ' We Knock the Spots Out of Things HB1) CIM) iiitclligiul unity of purpose as to the JS SKA I, CAMPAIGN t,,! ,0 ,IP wrl,,on' Scco,ul ,i,ws isr xT FflRIl PAR Y '",,ll0,,s l)y wn,ch l,,e Plosed leg- - Tho .mtucy Red Cross Seal Cam- HOTEL. pertt Saln correction rnnctrd mint when- palp- a 5 VMy anxious to secure vol- of defects nilt the Attorney Law 4ilw to sell tho Christmas seals In they arc discovered. l$U the towns nnd counties of the French Dry Cleaned nnd Pressed In ft HAJITKOKD, KYi ovr.it criticism ok wilsovs "Even at this early stage o' ttie Statu which liavo not ye been Superior Manner. heard MILITARY l'RK- Will tmoUc hl protoatiUl in thii It ! appar pre ml session nl thai from. Agents hnvo been established Send us your Garments and Have and adjoining tiounMa. Conuuoralai both these requirements are lacking. In about sixty of the one hundred Them ! and Criminal PnMUco Specialty. party With the .freugift reduced and twenty counties of the Stale and to a bare major ity In the House, an actlvo campaign Is being carried CLEANED CLEAN Oscar, II., then1 Is a r On bonrrt tliCB tonmshlp Un lliwnv Mtt ... In lL brAMERKAH fDtttS CtM il&illMBL tllU mnat on In many of the cities and towns Packages called for nnd delivered. steamship Noordam, Importan by wireless, via PRlBlall011 proposed, namc- - In tho State. a resolution condemning 'y ,)r ovlslon for more ndequnte na-- 1 At many of these places the cherry THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB DcCt in. In k tttf vnrs sol tioola Law around, the IwtMUn hearts tht Wilson's preparedness polPresident Christmas pasters have becomo the .onnl defenses. Int. HARTFORD, KY. of A. Ivn Nail, Prop. icy brought a protest from some It It lint la tht hearts of It "The amounts ask for enlarging chief feature of the early winter soM(ro. W. II. Unrnus nud & & VouftttjTtun, prominent members of He,ry the nrmy and navy lnvole annual In- - cial season nnd the society leaders the IIAKTFOIU), KKXTUCKY. Smith announoo that they uavb form-- a party last night v,rten H j Ford's ncace creased expenditures estimated at n aro helping In the sale by giving Red jwrUwrsuilj) fur tlto 0'rtU pracfor ndoptlon. The quarter of a billion dollars for scv- - Cross Teas and Bazaars at which the was presented tice of law, excopt crUnluAl and dlvor as drawn up hy the Rev. resolution eral years. The responsibility of pro- -' scheme of decoration clnslsts of Red Farm For Sale. cuhw, ilr. Smith baUijc Cumttjr Mtur-iu- y Jenkln L. Jones and the Rev. Charles Tiding revenue to meet this cxpcndl-- I Cross Seal material and at which Eighty acres of good land containIs pruveuUHl frum practicing nuchi F. Aked and others who asked that turc falls largely upon the Ways and the seals arc cither sold or present-e- y ing dwelling, barn and other outccasiu. Mr, liiirnoi will itadlvldtuUl signed by all the members of Means Committee. It be by tho hostess to her guests. OUIovj aocopt Mich practice. Id, the party as their platform. Tho little children, especially those buildings, situated on Hartford nnd "The Chairman of the Committee, linrUord Hupubllcan building, IUiru-tord- , a dozen members, In- Representative Claude Kitchen, has attending schools arc likewise Inter- Rockport road. Well nird spring on rffintil, Tlie TowluUn it More than clmite, ami mttul. lit cued K' cluding S. S. McClurc, of New York, stated that he is opposed to tho na- ested. Contests between the boys farm. Church and schoolhouso near. lent location on rnnrlvni Avenue, IHth an.t II Slrrtli. Hen B. Lindsay, of Den- tional defense program. and Judge Ills defec- nnd girls as to which can sell the Foi price, terms, etc., call or address malci It a ilcurablr headquarT. WAItllnTIUTTON UTTOC. MAItTlrf ver, refused to sign on the ground tion Is more serious when It Is re- largest number of seals have been ter (or bridal couple, tourilt Croiiiwrll, Ky. llnrllnril, K,t, BARNETT & SON, Agts. partiti, contention. School anil resolution was unpatroltie. membered that his party has been Instituted In many of the towns, vilthat the colleges. i Borne of them even threatened to unable to keep our national finances lages and schools. Hartford, Ky. 3tf STRATT0N & MARTIN The l'owliatan the attract! Prizes have been people of culture and education. leave the party after It reached Eu- - unon a sound basis when only or offered to the child selling the most It proximity to State, War an J Attornoya at Lnw Navy Department, alio to manf rop If the proposed platform was dinary demands were to be met. Mr. seals. o( Interest, points CROMWELL, - KY. hittoncal put through. Its supporters said the Kitchen himself has already pointed makes this hotel especially at Not only is this spirit of friendly Will practice their profession ln tlilfc tractive to a discriminating pubWILL FILL A WANT! oponents of the resolution failed to out that there Is a serious deficit competition being shown among the lic and djulnlng counties. Collections, spirit of Mr. Ford's hi the Treasury to be provided for. children, but the grown-up- s understand the The Powhattn offers room aro stridCouiiuerciul und Criminal Practice with detached bath at II. JO. Invitation. Since (he suspension of the $2.00 and up "In the Senate the party strength ing hard In many of the towns and Rooms with priSpecialty. Prompt and vlt;oron appeal to the rulers of Europe has divided even before the session cities to win one of the pennants vate bath, V.iO. 31.00 and up. An service. .Notary In office. Louisville Weekly Courier-Journa- l, 'Write (or booklet with rajpi was sent out by wireless today, ad- began. Bitter factional strife mark- which tho National Asslclatlon for CLIFFORD M. LEWIS dressed individually to each reigning ed the organization of the Senate on the Study and Prevention of Tubercuthere has been quite lanager. monarch, reading: the issues of both the election of a losis has offered the towns selling a demand for a weekly KenJl; Wo have come In this time "Sir: President pro tempore and the pro- the largest number of seals per cap! EMiH)iHiiHiniiH)iiiHiUitnrms3i of trouble not to add to your bur- posed cloture rule, and It is obvious ta. To avoid putting small towns tucky newspaper that gives SS. I , .,,,.. dens, but to help lift them; not to that the breach will not be healed. against large cities, they have been all the more important state J 'icnitl7 oMalnnl aucoui.ui, k ornj K. v..uUA.ri rarrwr consider which nations are most to "It Is evident hereforc that there divided Into ten classes, as follows; news, as THAT PAY. a.tttrii lii.ui tlioruuU, at cur well as the general blame for the disaster that has be- will be no unity of purpose among Population less than GOO; from GOO ci,nM. an.i iitip yuu to .uccvm, frrnd irod.U bhuto or tkricti for rncc report Tho mo3t ecuaoinlcal, cleansing nnc fallen Europe, but to end the strife; the Democrats and that their method to 1,200; from 1,200 to 2,000; thence news, crisp on it.nlblUljr M jrr rartk-v- . OUR- editorials, good germicidal of all antiseptics la PAIBINQ ntrcnCNCCB. on your nar..rfr (loll. not to Intrude ourselves procedure In framing laws will to S.00; thence to 25,000; thence to stories, timely of ( iv rnB iToniHbi,. lliirnla vrtlato cartoons and tional life and national Ideas, but prevent the correction of errors even 50,000; thence to 150,000; thence to JoCt Ssvanth Btrot df7-- r WASMINOTON, D. C. desire to un- when discovered before enactment. 1,000,000. The State Campaign will illustrations. rather with an earnest derstand them and a heart felt wish The same methods employed In pre- also probably offer a handsome sllf There is no such excellent to aid in realizing them. ceding Congresss, which wre so pro- banner on a similar basis. A soluble Antiseptic Powder to 'The love of country for which ductive of a mass of faulty legislaThe Kentucky Red Cross Seal Cam- paper as the be dissolved in water as needed. every day tens of thousands of lives tion wll he continued during this paign hopes that Kentucky will sell Twice-a-Wee- k As a medicinal antiseptic for douches sacrificed Is the same in every session." are ar many seals during the campaign Owensboro Messenger In treating catarrh, Inflammation or land. Tour nation, like the people season as her sister States, but this ulceration of noae, throat, and that (Edited ly Uiry Woodson.) of all the Other belligerent counin order to do this every town, vilSciatica's Piercing Pain. caused by fcmlnlno His It has no equal. exIt comes every Wednesday For ten years thn Lydia E. Plnkham tries, Js ligjitljiB for Us national To kill thv jiorve pains of Cclatlca lage tund county wll have to be repThe National Weekly istence and itjj bUft itjllyi.al tradi- yau can always depend on Sloan's resented. and Saturday, (16 pages a Medicino Co.has recommonded Paxtlne in their private correspondence with tions and so ther caji be no Irrecon- Liniment. It "penctrcf es to the seat week or more), and is women, which proves Its superiority. cilable differences. Such common of pain and brings ease .soon as it Women who havo been cured say surely must afford a basis upon is applied. Jdeas in every regard, great comfort tnt) with It is "worth Its weight In gold." At I ttattsA(tT Until this year jyhlcu to establish a magnanimous Sloan's is that no rubbing is required. Try the Twice-a-Wee- k Mes- druggists. r0c. largo box, or by mall. Cellitr't has beert honorable peace. aij.'I ,Fqf Infants and ChildrenTho Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. Sloan's Liniment Js inyauab for sold at $5.50. Now senger for a year in connec tlmB )l?-- WID8 t S0P t,lc , the price is $2.50 .' ; .; 'The i "j En Use For Over Years jpping muscular uei vu andnch.nctccurtd ine people from kind. Try it at once if limu ui tion with the Hartford Repub. J'.tCrt!lt.d, to save you suffer Always bears a concession whereSIX . vy the civilization with Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sore by e can offer it the further slaughter and jican. Oiiio Countat a still further world from anarchy and ruin. Throat, Pain in Chest, Sprains, Signature of the reduction in ConBoth papers, one year for Has not war been tried enough in Bruises, etc. It is excellent for Neu nection vtith this Circuit Court T. P. Dlrkhond, fr Is it not ralgia and Headache. publication.' 25c. at all sixteen months of fighting? $1.50. All clubbing subscrip- Judge; lien D. Rlugo, H.Attoruti-- ; V. U. HWiass, proven that war cannot solve the Druggists. 3 Laughter Aids Digestion. I'. Mldklff. Jailer, tions should be addressed to Clerk; B. E. Uirkhcatl. Jfoiiler Special Offer to Our Readers problem, but that It leads only to Laughter is one of the most healthR. T. TCollins, Trustco Republican, Hartford, Ky. ltrcoeninnc the ercat demand (or Co!lir'i at loss and misery? Must lives be Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff. Mistaken and Illogical. the new price, wc hue made arrangements, to ful exertions; It Is of great help to wives and mothers beHTcr it anil our own publication each one jcar crushed and Deputies S. A. IJratcher; Hartford. The foundation of the sucesgful A still more effectual help for the price of CotHer't alone. Tim ll a limited offico depWlTus Mrs. S. O. Keown ait reaved beforo we recognize that Eu- Herman vor'ld trade movement has digestion. offer anj must be taken ad vantace of promptly. Uilinnfc Keoun. Court convenes first bleeding to death and that is a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. rope Is which Tariff, been the German Monday In February and continues What Yoa Get in Collier's he grelvous wound must be stanch- shielded (lerman Industry tit homo If you should be troubled with indithreo weeks; third Monday in April, Col'itr'i I. the one bis, Indepr ndent. fearlcj ed? two weeks; third Monday In Uctobor, weekly of the wl ole country. Not only is iltlie and helped In efforts abfoad. That gestion give them a trial. They only two weeks. PlCiul for Truce. irood citizen's handbook but it is also a everyTariff is the handiwork of a pain- - cost a quarter. Obtainable (ne County Court John B. Wilson, nijuirt fora the whole family. Amona Jrci m year's subscription gives about to Join In taking, farseelng commission. where, things thit Judge; V. C. Blankenshlp, Clerk; .' "We neutrals are shal without de C. E. Smith. Attorney, Hartford. 1000 Editorials a conference which Such a commission will be at the 000 Newt Photos Court convenes first Monday in each lay frahie and submit simultaneous- service of the German merchants 250 Short Articles month. ISO Short Stotl.. you and all the other belliger- when the war Is over, and tho makers ly to 100 llluitratrd Teaturra Quarterly Court Begins on the . 2 Complete Novels- ent nations proposals as a basis for of American Tariffs wll have to Monday in every month. ( first leading to the final settle- match wits with these GermtOt TarCourt of Calms Convenes first discussion $2.50 Both for oil; Collier's KS3.TW Tuesday In January aud first Tuesment. Therefore we do earnestly en- iff makers in the rivalry bfelween this day In October. Hartford Republican treat you and the rulers of tho other country and Germany for the world's Other County Officers C. S. Mox- warring nations to declare an Immed- market. loy, Survejor, Fortlsvllle, Ky., R. UUB5CZK.bCS3yJEUJL!UTCar F. D. No. 2; Tom Hlnes, Assessor, iate truce. Let tho armies stand Only a commission of the highest j GUARANTEED SERVICE Olaton, Ky.; Ozna StiuILs, SuperinAnd Tho Btill where they are. Then let the caliber, with nothing on Its mind extendent. Hartford; Dr. A. U. Itlley, One hundred per cent AND CUBE proceed so that the sol- cept Tariff, vlll bo adequate for the negotiations Coroner, Hartford; T. II. Benton, value. Special work for W. diers may be delivered from another work of gaming for America Its fair Road Engineer, Hartford. O. W. and Mtaro of the world's trade. AmeriJUSTICES' COURTS. bitter winter in the trenches WITH By Mall Ono Year at The SpeW. F. STEVENS, Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aftsent back to their labors and their can Wool and Cotton Reporter. er 3d Monday In March, Tuesday aftcial Price of Hartford, Ky. It. F. D. 7. Is no other way firesides. As there Partly mistaken as to facts and er 3d Monday in Juno, Tuesday aftRepresenting Continental to end the war except by mediation partly rubbUh. Germany no.v Ins no er 3d Monday In September, TuesMarble & Granite Co. waste one more Tariff commissi, and has had none day after 3d Monday in December. and discussion, why L. A. McDanlel, Rockport, Friday precious human life? For the sake of for about to l years. How can an Kentuckj's greatest newspaper deFflR after 3d Monday In March, Friday Trial OctUo Free 'OLDS humanity, each day includAir erlcan T.irlff commission do anylivered at your homo after 3d MouUay In June, Friday AND ALL THROAT AN0 LUNQ TROUBLES "HENRY FORD." thing in the matter of tho world's ing jour homo paper, nt the price of after 3d Monday In Septombcr, I . GUAHANTEED OATI8FACIORYL v Friday after 3d Monday in DeInuV? It' cnlv function wo $.1.00. OR MONEY REFUNDED. cember. For Children's CohkIi. bo .o sec to It tliut Amer lTJK2tXlZ.WlMJMJJ S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday You cannot use anything better for America's domestic trade is Protect This Offer Positively Exafter 3d Monday In March,, WedOperated by your child's cough and cold than Dr. ed against foreign competition If It nesday after 3d Monday in June, VaaMllrf OVER 65 YCAfiS' pires Feb, 28, 1916. Wednesday after 3d Morfday in Sep vS.VJWB'ii'.ff EXPERIENCE King's New Discovery. It is prepar- lldn't do this it would bo worse than .mT "um.TcLtjt,t Wednesday alter 3d Mon ed from Pine Tar mixed with healing worthless. But that would seriousHotel Company tember, December. day In It does not ly conflict with tho realization of tho and soothing balsams. It. C. Tlchctaor, Contertown, Is dream of greater sales of American Management Under Now contain anything harmful and urday after 3rd In each slightly laxative, Just enough to ex- industrial products In world markmonth. T. QUISENBERRY. pel the poisons fiom the system. Dr. ets. Tho very policy which restricts Wlnson Smlui, Select, Tuesday k Thaoe Marks "ansnroi. King's No wDiscovery Is antiseptic competitive imports and maintains Rutcs $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 per Day after 2d Monday In March, Tuesday Designs after 2d Monday In May, Tuesday CopvnioHTS &c. Kills the cold germs raises the tho American wage standard must of Meals 25 Cents. after 3d Monday In Auiruot. Tues An vone rending n sketch nnd 1ecrlptlnn may loosens the cough and necessity handicap our industrialists phlegm etulcLlr aaiertiilu our oi'lnuni (rou whether ait day after 2d Monday In November. l. Invention la prohnbly HANDBOOK ont'utcuts Best In the city for the money. soothes the irltatlon. Don't put off In the struggle to undersell Europe's W. S. Dean. Dundee. patents. Coughs and Colds often cheaper labor products In neutral after tho second Monday in sent froe. Oldest ouonry fur pecuruit;Co. receive & treatment. l'atauts taken thrnuirti slunn Special attention to the traveling March, Wednesday after M Monday iprdat notice, without cbareo, luth It is markets. When a Tariff commislead to serious lung troubles. public. In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday Scientific also good for adults and tliea ged. sion Is to bo had that can figure out In August, Wednesday after 2d MonA. handsomely lllnstrsted weekly. c'r. today. All Drug- how a country paying twice to twenday in November. Get a bottle KY. OWENSBORO, enlnilon of any srlemlne 1'iiirnul. '1 vriui, 13 a rear i f our tnoutl t, II. Sold by all newailoalerm 3 ty times the wages of tho rest of the Bon F. Rico, Fondsvllle, Tuesday gists. after 2d Monday In March, ThursMUNN& Co.a6B'"dNBW York world can preserve Its own market day after 2d Monday In May, ThursUiai.rt.Am. f PtWhlOillotl t.V Tho tilth Countess. and at tho same tlrao undersell tho day after 2d Monday In August, Thursday after 2d Monday In No1C D. C, Dec. Washington, rest of tho world, wo shal hold up vember. YOU "There is every Indication that the both hands for bucIi a Tariff comBen W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday afthastily considered, in- mission. record of the Monday In March, Friday after er 2d ve af digested and faulty legislation made 2d Monday In May, Friday after 3d ILLUSTRATIONS 300 ARTICLES-3- 00 party In former Monday in August, Friday after 2d by the Democratic How's Informed nt thfi World's Procreas In rPP-Monday In November. Congressos is to bo repeated thlb IV i nHnwrlm'. Mechanics nnd Invention. For HARTFORD POLICE COURT. We offer Ono Hundred Dollars athcrand Son und All the Family. It oppeuls McCALL PATTERNS session." Treatment Young Men and Women. O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. Old nnd Reward for any casa of Catarrh to all lclasses iUTCrilO iUnHUZlUtJ III 1UUU.UI1U.V& perfect fit, simplicity sn4 Celebrated for style, That this Is a conclusion from J MIIIUthroughout thu uorhl. Our i reliability nearly 40 years. Sold In nearly Foglo, City Attorney; J. I. Stevens, iouim for WEAK cannot bo cured by Hall's (WruftftonUeuu uro contantlr on luo fcaUU ' every city and town in tha United States an Marshal; Court convenes seconld Mon- iWssfHsftvia which there Is no oscapo is tho Judg- that Canada, or by mail direct. Mora sold that day fir thluci uuw cad lutirttllutf und It It Catarrh Curp. in each mouth. any other make. Scud for tree catalogue, LUrjGS or ment of Frank I Woods of Iowu, Vvritton So You Can Undorstand It P. J. CHENKT & CO., Toledo, O. T n Tlor TVTnvnr T?. rMf rnnrll iio Shan NotM D.partmont (SO Vauv) ccutulnt We, P. J. McCALL'S MAGAZINE have niorlj..' T V. rtnnn frond. UHlMlflHsllsSS PHMQI lUDTlOU Clmliman of tho National Republican Cheneythe undersigned, years, knownbollevo rp wuy for llu rrnctlml llluta for bhop Work nnd .w for the last IS More subscribers than any othet fashloa a. wumiiio, wv.fc, w. and VWI1UUI1II BIWIS ifcyuum to uo luiom nrouuti iuu jiumu. In a lilm perfectly honorable In all business Committee. Congressional million a month. Invaluable urer. Mombers of Council J. C. Bern- - L. you .niliur M.chanlcs (17 Vw) for tho lto. and . n..i. a patterns, ilrcssmaklnir, millinery, a v. unto If transactions ana tlnauclally able to carry mention this naner we win send vou irl.liolikutuuikutnlniiivll.howtouiaMVir ui.it. statenunt Issued today Representa- oat any obligations made by his firm. Ium and 'lilevr.nh Outfit Kngino., ltout.. Buow imagaslne Roodfancy needlework, lul'dresslni;, a W. H. Gllicsple, W. II. Bariies,' C. M. a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for Uma, Jewflrr. Ucm 1 urnuure, eta mtuuin. in stories, etc. Only CO cents' NATIONAL, BANK OP COMMEUCC, tive Wood outlined tho reasons for feeling, couglis, pains tnat ,ire1' 'tractlou (or tha Mechanic, Coin per undbiortauan double), including a tree pattern, Crowe O. Toledo, SINQLK COPIES, 15c M.SO I'CR YEAR tuday, or send for sample cony, Ills opinion, ( Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, Hartford Board Education J. II. jn chest, night sweats, hemorrhaBes, weak 04 tnm rttwr ....t.l. r trtf I'A 1M pnUllMr directly upon the blood and muconsumption, qunt. WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS Sample copy will b ..nt "No legiblatlvo body can produce acting B. Carson. Ch'in'n.; C. M. BarnettMunS3 or cous surfaces of tho system. Testimonials Agents, rostal brings premium catalogue MECHANICS MAGAZINE l0CK B0X ' Rec; E. W. Ford, Treas.; R. T. new cash rlso oilers. Address MEDICAL CO nccurato legislation without observ- sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold POPULAR MIcMcan Av.nuo. bltlbAUU tt No. by all Druggists. coiumus, a, WMsMsMMsMMMMI HI llcCAU C0 Ki la 218 W. Ui SL. NEW YOU llns, J. D. Duke, ing two Importaut principles," said Take Hall Family mils for constipation. 1 DISPUTE IN T Ladies' and Men's Garments IXorol313.Vl Otto C. Martin at POWHATAN i.m:xi:ss. MHNGT01 D.C. Barnes Attorneys at & Smith I 1 i . TrtADC-MARn- S SPECIAL TO WOMEN tZ&&lg&tZ2' J3-SO- m Collier's Collier up-to-da- te CASTOR 30 A in Clubs First Time 9 jt fe&x ns V SPECIAL OFFER .DAILY $2.50; Louisville Herald REPUBLICAN KILL, the COUGH the LUICSj r.sii 8 $3.00 ieFJ Esseowd (foupHS icSW. ould Planters House Planters ay bto pnieniiiila,.Coniniunln-tloiisntrlcllyeonUdoiiilu- Wod-nc&d- American POPraMlHECHANICS iVIAGAZIND 'sV lWrfjf This?' WILL TAKE 0UR FREE 7 lurt-Wj- wBDKl vr fiu-j- r .. i- ' W run-uow- n (to Col-'nUI- Q P ' '' '"" n'.. .,- - i nimm t V will end, an dnothing of how long this special demand will continue. We know that posslhly heforo It ends That the present duty of 3G per . foreign purchases In this market will cent, on woolen goods was too low j have to ho curtailed hecauso tho to provide adequate Protection to the means of payment may bo lacking. A great stimulus to the Industries domestic industry and that tho tlmo will soon coino when the manufac- of this country has been tho war. Tho turers of tho country shall have the j wheels have been started; tho dead y right to demand that the errors In Inertia has been overcome. Schedule K be speedily corrected, the business machine Is running at n Asd For Three Summer Mn. Vin- believe I would have died if I hadai taken it. wcro among the striking statements speed and with n power never execcd- -' cent Was Unable to Attend to mndo by President Robert VT. Francis, ed. On the one hand tho vast forolen After I began taking Cardui, I wsj of the American Association of Wool- - trade balance In our favor has given Any of Her Homework. creally helped, and all three bottlei re Manufacturers nt tho us an easy money situation that Is j en and Worsted lieved me entirely. ninth annual meeting which was held j unparalleled, while on the other, a I fattened up, ind grew yesterday. In crop of unexampled value lias added at tho Wnldorf-Astorl- a so 'mudl Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for stronger his address President Frnncls slid: to the stimulation. It seems reason- in three months, I felt like an I desire also to acknowledge the, ably clear, then, that wo may for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether." modest but effective work of the Tex- - some time look forward to a tremen-tll- o Vincent, of this town, "and the third and Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Bureau. It Is gathering liifonnn- - j dous volume of business. Our proh-tlo- n last lime, was my worst, Ball During Long Wearing Its ingredients have a miid, tonlj us to the proper classification of Iem now Is to get ourselves, Indcpcn- 1 had dreadful nervous headaches and effect, on the womanly constitution. j merchandise bo Invaluable dent of the war, business as quickly which will prostration, and wa- - scarcely able to THE INSTALLATION o in the rorinatlon or a new Tariff, In ns possible, which, with the exercise Cardui makes for increased strength, walk about. Could t. A do any of my which particular the present Tariff! of intelligence and wo improves the appelite, tones up the net-vohousework. Is so obviously Incklng. Few up-- i can do. system, and helps to make pals. predate the bureau's Influence In its Fortunately, this 13 a country-- of , , I also had dreadful pains In my back sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. 'assistance to port appraisers in fight widely diversified resources. Its and sides and when one of those weak, s. ing products and Its Industries are so sinking spells would Cardui has helped more than a mlnton come on me, I The year which wo are aliout to well balanced that they are moro would have to give up and lie down, weak women, during the past 50 .years, close has not been one of unmixed nearly mutally supporting than thoso It will surely do for you, what it hu is invariably followed by tKe discovery tliat disaster In spite rather than be- of any other country In the world. until it wore off. done for them. Try Cardui today. I was certainly In a dreadful state of the bills for ribbons arc much less tlian because of the efforts and endeavors When we aro doing the amount of Write to: fore. A large corporation recently found of the present administration nt construction which our national health, when I finally decided to try vIsory.Dept..Chattanooga Mfdlcln Co., LaA'ti' At. Chattanooga. 1nn., for Sl'teutl Iff on Washington. To state In detail tho growth requires, wo have good times Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly Mructvmt (or your rate and bock. "Hmk that its ribbon expense was cut in two. Trtalmtnt Wuoitn," atnt la ciala wrappar. consequences of the Underwood-Simmon- s generated within our borders with This is not an accident. It is the result of Tariff law to the woolen and little help from abroad. That is a the mechanical construction that makes the worsted Industry of the country Is position that we want to get into now. L. C. Smith & Bros, cheapest to maintain. unnecessary. In tho past we have had to look to ps85aiaBiaa!E0''M Statistics placing In contrast Im- Europe for capital to finance every The hall bearings give light touch and eliminate ports of woolen and worsted fabrics great movement In our developement. pounding impact. The ribbon is actuated by, the during the months preceding tho out- Under present conditions we could carriage, not the typebar. The ribbon mechanism break of the war and those covering not do that, and, fortunately, have no m automatic, so that tbe ribbon reverses at tbe in(Similar months In years of sufficient need for doing It. There Is capital stant tbe end is reached and without added strain. Protective Tariff place beyond the available in this country to Inaugu-renlLow ribbon cost, low cost of maintenance and of discussion tho extent to rate enterprises that will employ the highest efficiency these are guaranteed to which a duty of 35 per cent, falls to every man In this country without a L. C. Smith tsf Bros, users. adequately Protect our domestic In- - dollar's worth of war business, dustry. If conditions can be created that DEMONSTRATION TOR THE ASKINC Merchandise landed here, and off- -i will give confidence to capital, so that erlngs by sample, and Idle mills, the owners of it will be disposed to L. C. SMITH & BROS. TYPEWRITER C? '",l ' ,,fe and action. '"led with the I wKOBEZr leave no doubt as to tbe hopelessness Invest It freely, both in Internal de- Horn, Offal and Factory, SYRACUSE, N. Y. "re ' fine Inspiration and followed I WjJEZmw by 250 short stories of adventure. 8 of trying to compete with tho foreign velopement and In granting external Drincltff in Alt Priacipal Citio will make manufacturer, nnd would, had noth- credits, which In turn react favorably 411 Mnln Street CINCINNATI, OHIO. ITjB ing occured to interrupt the forelg- - upon our industries, wo will become j ners progress, have constituted an quite Independent of war orders. There Is no lack of capital, I beunanswerable argument for a higher lieve, for all the needs of our domesduty. At this point I ask the question: tic commerce and an ample surplus What proportion of our machinery to use In granting credits to other Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, We scarcely comprehend would have been In operation during countries. Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Give to Investors tho past year had It not been for war our own wealth. Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best such confidence in the security and contracts? minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone JKMUIrntiVBIvjArrM B im m&ni'u9BSL2MriiB The war came, and to It only may profitableness of tho Investments intnenome. i nereis no age be credited the Improved condition offered them, that they will put their limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free reof our woolen mills which followed. full capital resources Into active Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION i The tlmo will soon come to take productive work, nnd the available let ua lend you Threa Current Itsuea FREE. Indoto thia Coupon with your 52 Times a Year task of repairing the errors total will meet any demands we can , up tho requcat. not 12. of the present Tariff law, and we foresee. Those who gubacribe now. aendin? $2 shall have a right to demand that for tho C2 iaauca of THE COMPANION Alore good reading than you will for 1915, will receive Tho Companion Schedule K bo speedily corrected to get in any of the monthly Homo Calendar FREE. r again give ndequato Protection. magazines. FOR FLETCHER'S An imperative duty of tho Wash- -' SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE ington government, when Congress THE IIARTKOUD liKPUHLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, UOTH again assembles, will bo tho consider- In Memory of Rev. II. P. Brown. ONE YEAH FOR ONLY $2.75. ' ntlon of measures to prevent After only a few hours illness, Our Industry Is appreh- , "dumping." Rev. H. P. Brown quietly passed to eiiblve, and justly so, as to the possi- - li to li nni r linttnrwl Ua a1 Vnvnmlinii bio consequences of such efforts on, 22, 1915, at his home near Simmons, ', the part of our foreign competitors. un-- , , This situation must be faced iiu uuu jusi uiusuuu ma senuuii equivocally. It will not be sufficient and dismissed the congregation when to enact Indefinite legislation leaving VOU selected your pistol or revolver because you expected he lost his speech. They took him officials to partisan or The Republican and Louisville Herald it to give you results. shooting or in serious work at the target post facto bar-- ! home and he Just survived a few Now, results whetherincasual tho establishment of short hours. 1.75 depend more than you might think on the wise choice of ammunitton. The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at rlers against dumping. He got his desire for he had often It is worth remembering that the biggest men in the Pistol and Revolver war to We must expect after the classes arc snooting Rcmington-UMCartridges madeforevcry standard 1.50 said. 'I want to be able to preach The Republican and Home and Farm bo faced by organized efforts to remake of pistol and revolver used anywhere in the world. the gospel as long as I live.,, He died For the right ammunition from thcsportsmcn'spolntofview.ecetheRqm-ington-UM- C cover lost trade and moro ruthless Inquirer 1.71 In less than ten hours after he The Republican and Dealer. He displays the Red Ball Mark oJRemington-UAwill they bo because of economic preached I his last sermon. and 3095 Sold by your homo .pressure. The countries of Europe Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 He Is survived by a wife and three The other leading merchants in .Kentucky must pay their debts, and to meet children, Llllle Chapman, Pearl and The republican ana Dairy uwensooro inquirer 3.60 (233B'wy) N.Y.pty these they will have but one commo- Dora Brown. dity. We havo the raw materials Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.7i I would rather have the example The Republican and and tho credits, therefore payment of that father's ltfo as thoso children must be made in the product of labor. 1.75 have It than all tho world's gold and The Republican and Kentucky Farmer Reference to Protection demands silver. consideration of tho dyestuff situaThe Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 His life Is a monument more pretion to gauge which with any degold and more lasting than The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 gree of accuracy Is difficult. Unques- cious than granite. He combtned in one meekaro producers tionably American ness and strength; he stood firmly The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 making much progress; they need encourage- for right and fought a good fight time, however; they need for Christianity. ment from us, nnd they havo a right Tho great number of people who to demand from tho government not camo bringing Will help paronts develop their sons into their flowers, their temporary aid, but permanent and ED tears, their griefs, and sad faces all best type of citizens and Christian the lasting protection and assistance In show how thoy loved him. To know such measure and method as to gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat-tere- d him wns to lovo him. tho Investment of sufficient i The family has lost a kind, nf- and comes from the best homes in capltnl for tho ultimate developement THE fecllonato husband and father; tho LIV-VER-Lof tho Industry to a stago that will SEWING community an euterprlslng, honor-- . tho South. Its capacity is limited, thereniako a recurrence of tho present MACtmNC loyal citizen, w!i03Q Integrity Impossible. In able, condition OF fore, reservations should bo made early. is pttlablowords, tho magnltudo of bus- of purposo nono could doubt; the other church a devoted nnd consistent Place your son in this select gioup of iness, textllo anil other, directly dea1 upon dyestuffs makes It Im- member and pastor; tho ministry pendent boys. Write faithful efllclent minister of tho gos-- 1 perative that something be done to NOT pol; tho Ohio County Association a' SOLD make us Independent of Europe for good moderator, and the missionary UNDER our dyes. efflclent member. ANY Among tho speakers who address- Board a faithful, Tho good ho has been able to ac- - OTHER ed tho convention was Frank A. For catalogue and information. Box A. m NAIWE. compllsh in our midst will contlnuo Feel right nil tho time. Don't lay ofl Vandcrllp, president of tho National to live In the hearts of tho people! from work for daya by taking calomel City Hank. Mr. Vandcrllp said, In keeps yo when pleasant WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. of this vicinity. part: feet, whiloreliovincryourtroub. Reverend 0. M. Shults conducted you purchase tlio NEW 110JIK you will on vour If After several years of light trade le. Safer too, and easy to tako. Don't his memorial services December, 9, have a Ufa asset nt tho price you pay, nuU will tako anything elso. You can't afford and slack industry, of dormant ennot have an end lens clialn of repairs. West Providence. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses systerprise and of small ambition for 1915 at tem and relieves constipation. A nat expansion, tho business world is seeQuality ural remedy, natural in its actions, euro If Senator Underwood's tariff law ing signs of better times. We have in its effect and certain in results. It ,i iriM Considered w would mak up repealed were i In wm won't bo long boforo Uv'Vtr-La- x pR0cuncnAND0crcNDE0..n'1,uoatM been nono too sure, however, of the that $250,000,00 In homo wages and completely displace calomel in evert it is the of these signs, wo have atlvlou. how to qUuui (ttlvuu, tnwa UAiAa, character ! anl home. Children can tako ii fu-elprofits in a short tlmo. Protection totjii hu. wo., N ALL COUNTRIES. distrusted tho prosperity that seema wll give us that $250,000,000 faster with perfect safety. Every bottlo guarCheapest Eutliuu dlrrct tilth Waihlnghm tarn Hint, Succeed when everything else fills. anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nona montjr aJcfltn Htfattnt, to spring from calamity to other In nervnua nrostratlon and female in the ead than wo can spend It. Wntertown Patent and Eafrlngomtnt Practice Exclusively. genuine without the likeness and slna peoples. It has been an evident fact Writo or com U ua at weaknesses they are the supreme turo of L. K. Grhjsby. For sale by (N. Y.) Standard. 119 HffcUi Stmt, UltJ StaUa fatast 0&, to buy. that much of this new prosperity, remedy, as thousands have teuUficd. WASHINGTON. r, C m Hartford, Ky. J. H. WILLIAMS, which Is quickening many branches FORKIDNEY.LIVERAND If you want a aewlns machine, write for Industry, la related directly or Inof STOMACH TROUBLE oar latctt catalogue before you purchase. FOR FLETCHER'S ft it b the best medicine ever cold i directly to the war. The New Hqim Sawini: MacMM Co.. Orugi, Han P"r pnlrm In tn Kick M rood Imniatf over n drtijrpfct' rounttr. Wo know nothing of when the war la Dr MHea' Ftlta. HANKKHH AGUKH MANUPACTUIIKIU) ANO Reducing tke Cost of Upkeep COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT I To-da- I ( L. C. Smitk Q? Bros. us Typewriters j undcr-valuatlon- jil m ( CLS IBP' EWP iFftl eYOUTiTS COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 ' Children Cry CASTOR! A 11 j Pistol and Revolver Cartridges That Are Dependable and Accurate I .,,.,, OUR CLUBBING RATES. fl.3t half-heart- C Twice-a-WeekOwensbo- ro dealer Vaiderlt Training School for ELKTON, KY. Boys Address all orders to ' II THE REPUBLICAN, USE AX 8 NEW quality MSTHENEY & BATTS g I HOME For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. ax riiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii tnwin iLiectnc Sitters y i ui aAflBHal nn mtt'f ''in. muni'1 fiMMif! Children Ory CASXORIA AMI-Tai- BWWWMBMalWHWIM 18 ANXIETY OVER losses and British aro being pushed forward point. to that OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO f DUICOME OF WAR StATO fflOCIAMST dkmociiat JIIUCflHTAG I.V APPIIOVI.VO .ClIANCKLLOK'S SPEECH. i.v DEFINES HIS POSITION ly Gcr-jcqiii- is iXhmomlilo Pence Desired and lllmne.s Enemy for ..Ci!itllmilnK Strife IBerlin, Dec, !', Deputy Otto Democrat, In a Soclah 21i .speech In tlie It ichatag today, ilio Imperial Chancellor had jawjTTrrci the Socialist Interpellation 'ob peace, expressed approval of the Wcdiicsdny. Chancellor's address as a reasonable and The Itnlknns. The British to the entente allies to in- taitiatSun French troops nre still moving back itistf pen co negotiations, In which toward Salonlkl while the Bulgarian)! vramxiy was willing to join. are continuing tlwlr 'Bfitr Landsberg declared that the ir.d Anstrians against the Montenegrins appeal for peace was based projjrese Socialist Reports received In and Serbians. .01: mi nnxletj' about the outcome of Bulgarians have state that :Cfai war. Ho said lie shared Dr. von Paris crexsed the Greek frontier in their 'Btfiiruiiuin-Hollweg's opinion that the pursuit of the Allied forces. Berlin has ben forced upon Germany, is said to have asked Greece whether jtnil that guarantees were necessary rew facilities that country has .to,5m?vem. a repetition. No true Ger- - the given the Entente forces have com'.airDrlie asserted, was deslrious of promised Greek neutrality In any way Hie war on any other terms. along the Vardar and Bfr TepattAI ithe declaration made The operations occupied ten days, and at by Dr. Phillip Karassu .earlier in the day their conclusion, continues the stateatSirtdcmanii, Socialist, that the renever would consider a peace ment, not a single hostile soldier mained on Macedonia soil. SnTDling "jthe retrocession of Alsace United States. The United States TLorralne. Utputy Ijandslierg said that, with Government has sent France a protest "Fremlrr Asquith of Great Britain, concerning the removal from the Premier Drland of France both American steamers Carolina, Coamo 'uTrenanrtlirg the destruction of Prus- and San Juan to tho French cruiser sian militarism, which was equiva- Descartes of six Germans and Aus- lent lo the destruction of a strong trlans. Claiming their removal was of American Gi3ircuay, he could understand the a flagrant violation Otajioellor's attitude in his speech, rights and without legal justification the immediate release of the men is jxb& was pleased that Dr. von this Christmas. Every kind of a toy that imitates in return, had not requested by Washington. the big things that Mamma and Papa use in every The reception of the American 'ttei)llii3 Hie destruction of Hussion note, addressed to Austria respecting asnl Trench militarism or British day life. Wagons all sorts and sizes; AutomoJsMTtalsm," which would render the sinking of the Italian steamer biles, Street Cars, Carts, Wheelbarrows, Engines, Ancona, with the loss of American . "inrare 'impossible. "Jlesartfing the acquisition of terrl- - lives has not been favorable either , Hammers, Railroads aud Trains, Guns, In Vienna or Berlin, according to unto7 the "Doputy expressed high Hatchets, Tops, Bells, Bell Toys, Rakes, Spades, tthat the Chancellor had official dispatches. tDBfle no mention of annexation. Forks, Games, Books, Stoves, Chairs, Coffee Mills, Thursday. "The Chancellor repatedly has n The United States. i designated the occupied territories as Sad Irons, Wash Boards, Buckets, Cups, Dis'ies, Admiralty Is entirely opposed wJrjnjUlon pledges," he said, "and Rocking Chairs, Building Blocks, Rattlers, Knives teas he statesman who must to any disavowal of the course of the hopes to their countrymen submarine commander who was re'hold not and Forks, Spoons an endless variety too nuas. lietter future speak of the de- - sponsible for the sinking of the Italatracikin of German militarism and ian teamer Ancona, but on the conmerous to mention. away of German terri- - trary approves his course fully, ac th lory, hut the statesman whose wea- - cording to a dispatch from Vienna 9ii. fortunately are crowned with by courier to Berlin. declares himself in principle Dr. Karl Helfferlch, in Germany. xtari? for peace, naturally for honor-- 1 al- - peace. No German man would support of the new German war loan -In the Belchstag, says the people of .wish in conclude any other peace." Deputy handsberg said the Chan- Germany are liberally subscribing tho demanded securities latest credit. He indicated that the cellor Jiad .a&rSucit repetitions of wanton attacks. annual c'pst of the war could be esti"Socialists, too, wish to preserve mated at $30,000,000,000, half of 'fatnre generations from the battle-'ilaJi- the total valuation of the public and and trenches, continued the private wealth in France. A report in the Copenhagen was to sspeakw, 'but tliera is no security L-n against future wurs in conducting the effect that the was blown up and the crew of war to the exhaustion or subjuforty killed by accident as it was gation of another nation. This, however, he said, was not the leaving its shed at Schleswlg, 'li;:cnHon of tho Chancellor, who had iacTjr!aed readiness to conclude an England. Field Marshal Sir John Jbo&or&'bH: peace and in whose words found no mention French at his own request has been 3tlvrr permitted 'H' unreasonable conditions for Ger- commander-in-chie- to relinquish his post of of the British f many's vpiienuuls. forces In France and Belgium, and If tiprmany's opponents did not peace because they insisted upon Gen. Sir Douglas Halg has been ap'.Hit destruction of Germany's defen-at- s pointed to succeed him. As a mark 'forte itnil the annexation of Ger- of recognition of the Field Marshal's man territory, said Deputy Landsberg services since tho war began, King tixtcj must learn that the Socialist George has made him a Viscount. njvjustl for peace was based on no With the British On The IYonf.. aas'ifty about the outcome of the and French forces retreated from Ser r. it A He declared that nothing coul.d in- bia safe within Greek territory and crease the courage and resolution of presumably on the way to their foriiB Ocrmnn troops more than tho con tified position at Salonlkl, tho BulOur selections will make it easy. Neckwear chunw8 that tho responsibility for garians have halted on tho Greco-Ser- b bolng frontier, and for the time a. fnrther continuance of tho war rest-i- l in endless variety, Silk Socks, Silk Socks and Ties at least ended their pursuit. wjtli their opponents. to match, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Military Sets, Tho artillery engagements on tho French front in Artols nnd between Cuff Buttons, Muillers, Scarf Pins, Smoking Sets, NEWS the Somnio and Olso rivers again spirited. Thirtee Cigar Holders, Cigar Jars, Cigar Cases, Tie Hold-ers- , haven becmoo French aeroplanes lmvo bombarded Tuesday. Traveling Bags, Suit Cases, Shirts, Shoes, the German aviation camp nt Hab-shelThe Halkaus. Although outnum-b?re- ii east of Muelhuuhen. Suits, Overcoats, Hats and Caps. ten to one by the Bulgarians, Artillery and mining operations are tvfco were well tiupplled with ammuniproceeding ou tho Gallipoll peninsula, tion .tin) guns, tho British forces in while In Meslpotamla tho Turks aro derblu have ben nblo to recross tho striving to drive out tho British from 'Greek frontier and now aro said to Kut El Amaru. In Arabia the British twin.-- un open pathway before, them report tho defeat of an Arab force. &ack In their base at Salonlkl. Emperor William has returned to r the Bulgarians will keep up their Berllu after a visit to tho eastern all piiraiii and invade Greco has not front. br?n utude known. Unolllclal advices o--c fruai Athen atliat tho Greek troops Doctor's Olllco and Duelling for Sale. it will in the region which tho Entente AlWo have listed ror salo two acres operations havo good ground containing doctor's oflies must Ubo in their Itcvii withdrawn and that the zone fice, dwelling, all necessary 'between Salonlkl and Dolrau Is now 2 wells water, 1 cistern ,pci) and free for their movements. and orchard. Splendid location for physician. None within a radius ol r Mejupitlaiula. Tho Turkish at- five miles. Easy terms to right :b:e.a.-v:e:where tho party. Call on, or address tack ou Ttrltieh retreated from tho Bagdad DARNETT & SON, Agts., OOCKWCXXXOOOCXXXXXOOOOOOOOOCKXXK jzzslon has ben repulsed .with heavy 34tf Hartford, Ky. Xniyb(ri United Stnte. Austria-Hungary- 's reply to the American note on tho sinking of tho Ancona Is expected during tho week, it was stated after a conrerence ueiwecn 1110 Austrian charge and Secretary Lansing. Joseph Chamberlain's dream of a zollvercln for tho British empire of a Tariff ring fence failed at tho time to securo approval from tho British people. Joseph Chamberlain was regarded by many at home as a statesman who had failed. He died respected, but disregarded. But war enforces new thoughts, and If the reported plans are adopted they may be justly regardd as a vindication of prescience, and Mr. Chamberlain's put In tho class of a statesman who failed only because they were somewhat in advance of their times. Chicago Post. Santa Claus Is On The Job AS USUAL ! V T J STORE is his regular depot for the distribution of gifts to every body in this part of his domain. From now on, delays are dangerous. Immediate attention to your holiday necessities will mean more satisfactory service and a better assortment to selec t from. Letphe children come in and see our display of Toys. It will arouse in their little hearts an anticipation and an enthusiasm that is well worth encouraging. mr Remember, this store is the store for everything for everybody. You don't have to run from one store to another. Your needs can all be d sup-olie- here. in TOYLAND. DOLL FAMILY. Our Doll family is large and more unique than ever. A host of new faces will greet you in our doll section. Big assortment of indestructible Dolls, dressed ready for a Christmas morning Play, and every day thereafter. China Dolls, 5c, 10c, 25c each. Patent Head Dolls, 25c, 50c, 75c, 81.00 each. Indestructible Dolls, 25c, 50o, $1.00 each. Bisque Head Dolls, 25c, 50c, $1.00,$1.50 each. Dressed Dolls, 25c, 50c, $1.00 and up. Some dolls sleep while others stay awake. Pay We are Going to Load Old Santa Claus Down to the Guards See-Saws- Austro-Hun-garla- THft-.ta- our doll family a friendly visit. sTm-wi's Christmas Suggestions For Ladies, Sweethearts, Mother, Sister or Daughter. Tit t'n la -- super-Zeppeli- 22 -- Hand Bags, 'Silk Hose, Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, Muffs, Fur Sets, Bedroom Slippers, Wool Caps and Scarfs to match, Comb and Brush Sets, Manicure Sets, Neckwear, Nut Crack Sets, Hand Mirrors, Fancy Baskets, Lamps, Cut Glass, Salad Bowls, Cake Plates, e- China Sugar and Creams, Dinner Sets, Cups and Saucers, Pictures, Dresser Scarfs, Table Spreads, Table Linens, Towels, Napkins and all sorts of Fancy Novelties that will appeal to the admiration and pleasure of the ladies. Presents for Men. Every-Da- y Necessities. 8 Hard to Buy Great Many Think Presents for Men. Are Always Welcome Visitors on Christmas Eve. Now Coat Suits, Gloaus, Dresses, Shoes, Hats, Hosiery, Gloves, Rocking Chairs, Bedroom Suits, hr t LATEST TO Kitchen Cabinets, Stoves, China and Glassware of every sort, Si.ver Knives and Forks, Blankets, Comforts, Mattresses. You may not belie vo it but we have everything you need. is full of good eat for OUR FEEDING DEPARTMENT Candies, Nuts, things toOranges, Christmas. Apples, Bananas, -- sorts of Canned Goods, Cakes, and a full line of staple every-da- y Raisins, edibles. Make out your order for good things to eat, bring it or send it to our Grocery Departbe filled with neatness and dispatch. ment and ra & E. P BARNES rsr. BRO,, hd.a.im:, K ,