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HUGHES ASSAILS THE nominee AMHON 8-HOUR Ifetfira DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS flejwbiictttk Subscription $1 per Year No. 12 NO MORE COURT can Boy 1st; Monlton 2d; Hugh Herr 3d. mlle dnsh Foul claimed. Not decided In timo for publication. 2:20 pace, purse $75 Kentucky Boy 1st; Lou Wardmart 2d. OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY?, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1916. in the campaign, that the Republican presidential and vlco presidential candidates will speak from tho snmc plntform at tho snmo meeting. W. II. II. Miller, who was Attorney General of tho United 8tates under President Harrison, will be honorabut ry chairman of the meeting, probably will not speak. WILSON WILL MAKE FIRST CAMPAIGN SPEECH SATURDAY Now York, Sept. 18. CANT LOSE. LAW UNTIL MONDAY politic Itll.li SURRENDER TO calls passage okad- - l expediency. BY GREETED CROWDS cratic National Committeo Tho Demo- announc- Hint President Wiled here son will make his first Bpeech of tho t'undlduto Clict'itMl nt Springfield As campaign at "Shadow Lawn" next Ho IIckIiin Second Trip Of Saturday nt 3 p, m. to thp business CiiiiiiiiIkiiIiik men of New Jersoy. Members of all Chambers of Commerce and business organizations In tho State have been Springfield, 111.. Sept. 10. Charles Invited. Tho President Intends, It Hughes, nddrefcalng an nudlenco was said, to discuss fully tho provis., K railroad law. f In the Arsenal here tonight,, renew- ions of the eight-hoed IiIh attack on the Administration for the passage of the Adamson law in the face of the threatened railroad CAR SHORTAGE MAY fltrlke. Mr. Hughes discussed and called "futile" reasons advocated for CAUSE COAL FAMINE its pugRago, quoted from President Wilson's address to Congress on the subject, challenged the statement of Representative Adamson that it was COAL MINK OPERATORS UNABLE TO KILL ORDERS HARDSHIP passed to meet an emergency, and ON WORKERS. to cited a declaration attributed Orovr Cleveland in support of the 1 Barryman In Washington Star. contention that the law was a "surLexington, Ky., Sept. 10. The . render to force' "We have seen," Mr. Hughes said, scarcity of coal cars will cause rt K BRIGHT "what appears to be the considera- coal famine in many of tho vcltl,es TO BUY TOBACCO qxnedl-enKentucky in the, next and towns of tion of immediate political at, the oxpenso of public welfare. sixty days it relief is not forthcomFOR FAIR AT LOCAL Mr Adamson said, 'it is hasty legis- ing, according to C. R.Coleman, genlation, I admit, to meet an emergen- eral manager of a Plnevlllo coal comcy.' Wlyat emergency? The emer- pany, who was in Lexington gency of force to which the AdminisColeman the According to Mr. COMPANY LEAS- - OPENING DAY IS SUCCESS DES shortage Is being acutely felt In all tration had capitulated. PITE THREATENING WEATH ES HARTFORD WAREHOUSE "Senator Underwood said, 'Wo of the mining Beckons and particuER IN EARLY MORNING. FOR COMING SEASON. have no Information on which to leg- larly n the southeastern coal flell islate and to fix rates of wages which of DoJI, Knox .and Harlan counties, ift we are going to do and aro attempt- wtare sorao of tho mines are now BOND RACES CREATE INTEREST ing to do. running only two days In the week PUT UP I "Contrast the action of the Admin- Many of the miners aro now seeking istration," the nominee added, "with other employment because tiiey'con what was said by Grovcr Cleveland In not mnko a comfortable llvIurfWaili OhcSiWo Concern Guarantees Tlint Cootf Program YestenlnTAssures Lai-K1SS6 with respect to labor legisla- Iiik two days each week. The mine Ciouil Today andTonior- Wetnl Will Do ReceUetl Here oporators, lie said, are finding it Imtion. iim Grounds Beautiful. This Fall. " 'All legislation on the subject possible to fill 'the orders, which aro should bo calmly and deliberately pouring in upon them, owing to conundertaken with no purpose of sat- ditions. When Hartford people and In fact At a meeting of the stockholders isfying unreasonable demands or The mines, he says, nro getting onof tho allrtford Tobacco Warehouse all those throughout the county who d of the cars that saining partisan advantage. ly about Company In their building hero Sat- expected to attend the opening day Kycumj Culled Idle. have been supplied In seasons past. urday the local bouse was leased to of the Ohio County Fair awoke this "It Is idle to excuse the action by ,Tho condition has already resulted the Tobacco Compa- morning their yawns were Interruptthe roquest for additional legislation ! In the boosting of coal prices and ny, of Owensbaro. Forty-seve- n of ed with explanations and sighs for That a sharp advance Is looked foe withwith respect to the future. votes were present they heard a "pltter pat" on tho rool the ninety-fou- r Wo in the next few days, "Mr. Coleman legislation was not obtained. by proxy. that didn't sound good and the wind In person and twenty-seve- n aro dealing with what was demand- predicting that tho retail price will The entire vote with the exception was sajlng things. They were dego over $5 a ton In Central Kentucky ed and actually enacted. of three was cast In favor of leasing lighted, however, when about eight "We have an unjustifiable attempt towns where dealers have to depend Como'clock old Sol rallied and asserted the house to tho to uuo public sentiment with respect on tho Eastern Kentucky supply, pany. his rights. Many had been bluffed working day In or-l- Strikes have crippled operations In to an eight-hoThe American Society of Equity but there was a good crowd on tho to justify a bill which does not the western part of the State. Tobacco Grow- grounds for tho opening day. and tho work day, but provide an eight-hou- r ers' Association had asked that tho Those 'who did journey over to REAVER DAM DEPARTMENT. relates solely to an Increase in wages. for tho opening were reSept. 20, Thoso attending the house bo held for them but neithWo havo seen tlio choice of what er society was willing to make any warded with a good show ring pro jteemed to bo the easier way, which box supper given by tho Du Pont at Taylor sort of contract that they would lease gram and some interesting races In Committee escaped the necessity of a detcrmln-- f Highway It. It seems that a majority of tho the afternoon. All who attended wero oil stand for principle, We havo seen Mines Saturday evening were: Mr. E. Williams, Mrs. Daisy stockholders favored one of the two well pleased with what the Fair Comwhat appeared to bo the considera- and Mrs. J. societies but they wero unwilling to pany had to offer and if the weathMul-hal- l, tion of immedinte political expedi- Wright, Misses Eflle and Edna Taylor, Anna Barnes and wait on them with no guarantee and er man will only listen to the walls Irene ency at the expense of public welof Secretary SImmerman, who, by tho Ella McKennoy; Messrs. Frank and take the chances of having fare." unused this year as It has been way is so busy this week that he mixBarnes and Charlie Green-wel- l. Mr. Hughes spoko before a crowd-r- i Marshall in the past. es fancy steps with his ordinary His speech tonight was house. company volun- walk, the crowds for today and toThe Florence Atford and Miss Mrs. ills second in Springfield. The first, tarily made a $5,000 bond that tobac- morrow will be record breakers. nt tho State fair grounds this after- Anna Alford returned Saturday af- co would be bought and received hero Tho Owensboro Third Regiment days spent in Louls-vlllseveral noon, dealt chiefly with his ideas on ter peo- Band is making good music and about this fall. The Industries, protection of American criticism, heard Is, "one just Miss Ella McKennoy was the guest ple are said to bo good people for tho only American rights and preparedness. tho farmer to deal with and It 13 can't keeitlll." There aro shows JIu also touched tonight on tho pro- of Dr. and Mrs. J. O. McKenney expected that they will do an enor- galoro and tlio whirling Saturday nnd Sunday. tection of American rights. keeps up Its usual line of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Austin return- mous business hero this fall. of which I hnvo a "Tho America Contrary to reports little damago talk tifi. Saturday after spending part of vision, tho America of tho future is ed Visitors yesterday wero loud In ' lias been done to Ohio county tobacmaintaining American tho week at tho Stato Fair. an America beauty Messrs. Morgan James and Leo co by tho recont frosts. Tho damago their praise for the nntural rights ou land and sea without fear to tho entlro crop Is estimated at of tho fair grounds. Tho whitened Stovens attended tho State Fair n or favor thruout tho world." less than $1,000 and tho farmer buildings seem to, say, "come In," The audience cheered and upplaud-e- d few days Inst week. should get a good price for tho weed and tho tall monsters, tho remains Dr. and Mrs. DoWeeso spent Sunaioudly. of a forest, overlook tho circular day at Fordsvlllo und attended t this ear. spcodwuy and nod a wolcomo to the meeting at the Baptist church. aiAHHIAGH LICENSES ISSUED merry throng. 1 New Dniliiafjo Board ApiHilnted. Mr. Orman Taylor returned SatSINCE OUK LAST REPORT Tho show rings were oft to a late apCounty Judgo John B. Wilson urday after Bpendlug sovoral weeks pointed the following as members of start yesterday morning and only in Georgia, Mlko Aubrey, Fordsvllle, to Mary with his brother Mr. and Mrs. E. It. Taylor. Mr. tho Ohio County Board of Drainage three premiums wero awarded. Some T. Hill, Fordvlllo. of tho rings that wero to hao been Irven Halo, Fordsvllle, to Delia nnd Mrs. C. M Taylor, Misses Iono Commissioners for the ensiling four shown estordny mornlug were put Taylor and Elolso Austin motored to years, on esterday, viz.: J. S. O Moore, Fordsvllle. Hartford, R. 3, J. II. Thomas, ou In tho afternoon and tho remainHorbort 0. Dovers, Central City, to Whlto Sulphur Springs Sunday for Hartford, It. 4, and W. M. Baldwin, ing will bo crowded Into the day Mabel Wilson, Horso Branch. Beaver Dam. Tho now Board will program. The following wero the Jesse Drown, Whltosvllle, to Lora Special lrlces For Frl-- k meet nnd organize on tomorrow, by prizes awarded beforo noon: Acton Bros.' AVestorfleld, Magan. Ring No. 99. Stallion with three iluy and Saturday. electing a president and secretary m Frank 1 hbl. Vlour '. ..$7,50 Tho affairs of the various drainage- or more of his colts, $10. HUGHES AND FAIRBANKS sac riour i.uu i districts throughout tlio entire coun- - Yowell, 1st; E. F. Duko, 2d. MEET AT INDIANAPOLIS 4 No. 100. Stallion, any age. ?10. 100-lb7.25 ty should bo well managed by this Granulated Sugar s. Granulated Sugar .. Board of Commissioners as they aro W. E. Stono and sou, IbI; Frank Indianapolis, Ind.rSept. 19. When 2.25 ai g00i men nnd woll fitted for their Yovoll,,2nd. 2Dc Coffeo Charles E. Hughes, Republican presNo. 101. Mare, any age, $10. Q. 1.75 positions, altho their duties are ar- 20c Coffeo candidate, speaks hero Satidential , 1.15 duous na- - W. Bales, 1st; a, W. Stone and son, Coffee 15c and of an unpleasant urday night, phatlefc W. Fairbanks, 2nd. , . l.iu turo tho candldato for Vice President on 1 doz. cans salmon . ., FollowUiK Is tho result of the speed can Calumet Baking ilxe same ticket, will proaldo at tho : rliigs yesterday afternoon'X Wanted To Excluuujtb. 20c Powder . , , An ct aa chairman. mooting and 1st; dash, purse Mule for Saddleiand One 8.23 best Lard nouncement to that offect was made '. Annlv -. 20c llawtiaad llnpaa .w.w. ..,..- - in Tin. WTT. Ken 2d; Clerked. A Just night. It tyjll be one of tho Good Bacon by the side , 1.78 LARD LAKE, SimmoiiB, Ky, 12tZp 2:40 class trot purse $75 Ameri-- ; per barrel few times, If not the ouly occasion Salt, ur cj MM WHIM: MAT to-da- y. N $5,000 -- one-thir- Ross-Vaugh- an Ross-Vaugh- ur er thoir-prop-crt- y Ross-Vaugh- o. Ross-Vaugh- merry-go-arou- to-da- u. s. ... 13-lb- l.'! 10-Ib- t 10-Id- s. 10-Ju- s. ., b, .., -, 60-lb- s. J iiu, r-- Methodist; Only. Every member of the Hartford JUDGE SLACK IS ORDERED TO BARBOURVILLE TO HEAR Methodist Church Is requested to CONTEST CASES. meet at the church Sunday night, Sept. 24, 191C, at 7:30 o'clock. Thero arc matters of great Importance that It Is the duty of every "POSSUM HUNTERS" UP member of the church t help attend to. This means all Methodists, and thoso who fall to come will miss Men Defendant In an opportunity to do good for him- Many Damago Suits Where Venuo self nnd others. Motion Is On. BOARD OF STEWARDS, By J. B. TAPPAN, Sec'y. LAYMAN COMMITTEE, By J.' D. Baugh, Supt. Owing to the fact that Circuit Judge Slack was ordered to Barbour-vlll-e, Ky., to try the NEW YORK STRIKERS contest case growing out of the recent Augast Primary election In that JuSTORM CARBARNS dicial District, and failure of the authorities to provide presiding judge In room of Judge Stack, the Ohio Circuit Court was adjourned on WedPOLICE OVERPOWERED nesday ARE until Monday and as a result ' WHEN MEN TRY TO OPERATE very little business was finally disCROSS-TOWLINES. posed of. The following cases growing out of alleged depredations &c. on acNew York, Sept. 19. The most count of damage actions, wherein serious rioting since the transit motions for change of venue are strike In this city began two weeks pending were heard In part and sot ago, occurred'tb-nigh- t in various sec- forward to the 10th day of present tions of Manhattan, When attempts term for final, disposition: were made 'to 'run cars on the Forty-secon- d C. W. Barnes vs. Claude Allen, et and 'Fifty-nint- h Street cross-tow- at., Pen Maddox, Admr. &c vs. Bran Burface-'llncMobs of strik- Davenport, et al., J. M. Iglehearl vs. ers and their sympathizers stormed F. M. Allen, et al., C. L. Brown vs. two car barns, overpowering the po- F. M. Allen, et al., Tom Heflin vs. P. lice and putting to flight all railway M. Allen, et al., and the following employes in the vicinities. Commonwealth cases were likewise Several motormen and conductqrs set forward to the 10th day of this who had not Joined the strike wqr Jerm for final hearing upon motion beaten. Much property was damaged for change of venue: Commonbefore police reserves arrived. wealth of Kentucky vs. Jno. DurThe police asserted that the strlk-ejsto- ham, et al., Claudo Allen, et al., Mur advantage of the fact that ry Maddox, Jesse Fulkerson, et al.,. manyiipigjeehien were detailed to Claude Allen, et al., Newt Dennis, et 'polIMpgitfoths lh today's primary al., Ira Hlnes &c, Clayborne Wileloctlon here. Tho strikers apparent- son &c. ly plannd their attacks. It was said, P. L. Alford vs. G. W. Embry, et as disorders occurred In many places al., an action of long standing was at the same ttine.x tried In part and set forward to the Street and Broad- 11th day of the term. At Forty-secon- d way, one of the busiest spots In the C. D. Wallace vs. J. A. James, city,, a great crowd bombarded a car continued generally. with stones they had gathered from Irvln Hale vs. J. W. Burden, et a subway excavation. al., Ohio Cqunty Board of Drainage T(ie police reported late tonight Commissioners vs. Taylor Coal Comthat all surface cars had been or- pany, B. T. Morris vs. Dr. Oscar Aldered to the barns tor the rest of len were set for hearing on the 9 tit the night. day of tho term, as was W. S. Brown Numerous 'arrests were made and s. S. E. Everly. many of tho rioters were clubbed by The, following cases were set tot tho police. Several passengers were trial on tho 7th day of tho term: hurt by missiles. Oma Lee Turner vs. Musker L. Heav-rl-n Later, the strikers attacked the &c, Noah Coats vs. Byron Taylor, elevated trains with bottles and F. M. Hoover vs. S. J. Hussey, B. F. bricks from house tops. Policemen Graves vs. S. J. Hussey. The last then were stationed on the roofs two, so we are Informed, by agreealong elevated routes. ment will be continued. Poston Phlpps vs. American Llfo A SPECIAL NOTICE- T6 & Accident Insurance Co., and W. E. S. OF E. MEMBERS OF A. Ellis, et nl., vs. I. C. R. R. Co. were set for the 8th day of the term. Hartford, Ky., Sept. 18, 191C. Tho Citizens Bank vs. S. T. Bar-nc- tt To the Tobacco Growers of Ohio &c, set for the 10 th day of the County: You are requested to meet term. at Hartford, in the court house. The following named gentlemen Tuesday, Sept. 2Cth, at 10:00 o'clock wero empaneled as petit jurors: u. m. to 'discuss matters of vital Im- W'llltam Acton. Peter Shown, S. J. portance, Hawkins, James Hoover, P. B. TayEvery one who has pooled with lor, Ab Westerflold, James McSherry, tho A. S. of E. Is especially request- Alloy Graham,. William Boyd, Gran-v- ll Every friend or ed to bo present. Baize, Rufus Williams, R. H. former member of tho organization Rains. Henry Carter, Shelby Rock, Is most cordially Invited to come. O. P. Rains, Arthur Smith, J. W. M. P. Johnson, L. N. Robertson, Thomas, Isiac Cooper, H. M. Plrtle, S. B. Robertson, F. K. Moseloy and Thomas Keown, Henry Taylor, Ed S. R Blanton will address the peoSmith, Joo Eskrldgo, II. C. Acton, J. ple. Remember, Hartford, Tuesday, S. McMiirtry, Herbert Beau. Sept. 26th, 10:00 o'clock a. m. T. II. Balmaln, J. S. Cecil, (?) SENTENCE IS Roubseau Welter, Heury Plrtle, IMPOSED 11Y CHICAGO JUDGE L, N. Robertson, E. C. Balrd, Committee. 'Chicago, Sept. IS. A'flno of 1 . cent und two minutes' lmprosounient FIVE YEARS MORE OF WAR; ALLIES TO WW SAYS EXPERT In a courtroom chair was tho punishment Imposed on Michael Levin Basing his by Federal Judge Landls Washington, Sept. 18 prediction on Information given him Levin, who Is 20 years old, had been by military exports who have boon found guilty of falsifying concerno po in tho war zone, Col. Robert M. ing his age to obtain a Navy sition. Thompson, president of tho . League of tho United States,, says '' Notice. five the European war will last By ordor of tho Fiscal Court Ohio years. 1 will recelvo "Tho defeat of the Germans seems County, Kentucky, Inevltablo," said Thompson, "but it scaled bids for tho gasoline engine will tako two years of fighting to now owned by Ohio county. All bids must bo filed with me by 10 drive then! out of France and Gero'clock a. ra., Oct. 4, 191C. This Within her own borders many will put up a bitter fight audi.lt engine can bo seen on Beaver Dam road near John Cromwell wlU tako at least threo years to con- and quer her after sho Is driven back to Brown's. The court reserves the right "i l' to reject any and all bids. thoso borders.' " T. H. BENTON, ' "Germany has the means to carry ' ' Road Enslaeer'. llt3 on war Indefinitely." Klrk-SampaN m sr ot to-da- y. post-olllcBol-glu- -5 ,- braced alt mankind In Its affections, and had room for more " Got Hlrih of "Wnr ItatricV' Mntle Legit - Spauldlng and his council, It Is Mid, HOTEL j will ondeavor mute In Germany. to save the rock They should, for It is a landmark thai Karlsruhe, Sept. 16. The Minis- cannot well bo spared. New York ter of Justice of the Grand Duchy of Sun. Daden has decided that girls who fitjle Tlp About Ton ii. have been formally engaged to sol-- 1 Coat collars tire uncommonly high killed In the war may assume diers Some of the new veils are edged the names of their dead sweethearts ! and call themselves widows, as tho, with Jet spangles, Irregularly workI they had been married. This decls-- . ed. Fancy metal bauds arc coming In Ion Is Important, because many of Jia a tiff where good hoteU bound, thPowtUUn huit, Uit the girls are the mothers of "war ' for millinery purposes. Int. The nose veil is very smart, and whose births will now be le-Up babies" It li firt lfltht"bctjef its j may be seen all wlntor. jouatrjrmtn. gttlraate. Colored linens arc much used for o children's dressos. Tlicy Were Well N'nmcd. The oartrldg pleat is retained In A party of engineers were makfaig survey thru the backwoods the new Fronch costumes. I a railway Black net robes for evening are hill country of Kentucky, and were ' boarding at the various farmhouses bordered with colored silk. ! Broad bands of furs will be seen along their route. Ono day they 'stopped at a slatternly cabin for din- - on the tunics of fall dresses. The Towfutin ii refined, Gold brocaded silk makes the pret- It exceland relful. ner. During the meal the house lent location on PennijrUtni, ' Trite explained the lack of sufficient tlest of evening slippers. !8th and. II Stmt, Arenae, makea it a deurable keadquar-te- n Castor and gray are the best col- cutlery to go round by saying that lor bridal, couplet, tooriit Ithe children had been playing with 'ors after black for shoes. rattiet, contention. School! and 1 college,, d hats her knives and lost them. At that ' "attracH th m ol culture and education. a precious youngster at the foot of are In straw of two colors. reople -- i to State, War and wool embroidery Mexican colored the table Interrupted her with: Navr Department!, alto to mint Address interest, ot hiitorical point! "Maw! O Maw! They're all here." is much liked by French women. 'make tbii hatel etpecially at, ., Tho vogue for gray shoes has In- "llush. Johnny." tractire to a diictiroioating 1 FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT "But, Maw, they're all here!" and creased the demand for gray gloves ""The Powhatan eBtri roomi Cyclamen-colore- d satin velvet with he rose In his place and pointed to with detached bath at, 11.50. $2.00 and up. Room with prieach plate as he named them: "Big royal blue net Is a new combina-- , vate bath, Ji.SO. tl.OO and up. . Butch, Little Butch, Case Knife and tlon. Avnte for booklet with mjpj Coatees of white serge are .made Stub. Youth Companion. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS, Ianagerl to be worn with navy taffeta dresso e es. GKKMA.W PLAN'S .MAIUNK i INCORPORATED. The modified circular skirt with m ttlllruliiU!'1: tM!Li.".T 2 IOK AFTEIMVAK TKADi: belt Is In high favor for tailored t j Berlin, Sept. "17 (1 p. m.; via suits. BOX 119, OWENSBORO, KY. . London, Sept. IS, 2:45 a. m.) Ham - i Russian blouses still hold their bure is emulating the example set by own. soils. In making channels the worm j Engjand and America. Big German Fur on linen blouses js the latest FARM DEPARTMENT swallows the dirt to secure the de - shippmg men have formed a mUj. ' novelty. cayed vegetable matter It contains. Jon mark shp buI(jng company ' Spanish scarfs in bright orange HUME . As it passes through the worm the whlcn vm immediately begin the j and black are very becoming to bru- samu construction of a series of S.000 ton nettes. son is ground mucn in me Control of Grape Leaf Hopper. , Poor yields of grapes may In many manner that grain Is ground In tho j steamers for Germany's freight gizzard, and Is made very r.,ng trade after the war- Safety In Arbitration. The cases be attributed to the presence fine In the process. Hamburg-Americainn hopper, a small A jury decides on the Innocence or Line Is behind ef the grape-lea- f "Charles Darwin estimated that ( the new project, and Albert Banjn, guilt of every man In every court. It sect which is found commonly on In England deposited d!rcctor general of that line, will be passes nn the question of damapes grape vines, and which pierces the angle-worof an Inch of fine soil over cnalrman f the directorate. . to persons or property. grape leaves, sucks the juice, and one-fift- h Tho Jury is causes them to curl and wither, of- the entire acre surface each year. Tne pIan ls to abandon temporarl- - the arbitrator of the law. The whole ten ruining the crop, according to Thls Is the richest Kind or top oress- - ... the custom of building huge spe- - tendency of the times Is to extend the F. S. Merrill, assistant in horticul- ing. He estimated that there are cial ships, and concentrate on the influence and potency of arbitration. GUARANTEED SERVICE n.l.-Tlture in the Kansas State Agricultur- approximately 50,000 norms lO lie , -- nnetr-.nn Mb..U. w. ..... ....... hnnts. sev- - Even a high court of peace for all ..W...... w. One hundred per cent acre of garden soil, and 25,000 t0 eral at a time which can be turned the nations has been Invoked, and It al College. value. Special work for W. The vineyards at the college have the acre of meadow soil, and there is out faster and cheaper than steamers is conceded that arbitration would O. W. been badly Infested for the last few no reason why there are not as many j each requiring particular speclfica- -' have prevented the awful war In W. F. STEVENS, soil as in Eng- - j tlong The shlp.g parts w,n be stan. rope in American years. This year a special effort has Hartford, Ky. R. F. D. 7. j In Canada and Australia labor dardlzed and will be made at Ham- -' been made to get rid of the Insect llsh soil. Representing Continental disputes must be arbitrated before burg or elsewhere in Germany. and obtain a good crop. That the Marble & Granite Co. HOW to Kill UUacK uravs. ,h.ro -- n hr, stHkp Thn nnhllr? efforts have been successful is at- i is only a small patch of there Hound To Arend. welfare ls considered of prime Imtested by the fact that one of the "So you've invested your money in portance. The people of this country best crops the college has ever had the quack grass, the best way ls to have a right to demand that they is now maturing and In a short time go over it regularly once a week a new airsi,ip company?" with a hand hoe until it eventually "Woman "Yes. If our airship goes up. the. receive first consideration from our harvesting will begin. ,.r nn " lawmakers. To control the insect, the vines dies out. But where a large field iielnol- -were carefully pruned In the spring Is Infested, it is generally best to "But suppose It doesn't?" If they do not impress this demand upon their members of Con and part of the plots fertilized with seed down to meadow or pasture for ' "Then the company will go up." gress, tuey invite a succession o barnyard manure, which was disk- two or three years. This method evils, the end of which no man ca ed in. The plants were then spray- is generally quite successful in caus- Worry. Ills FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Leslie's. ed with "black leaf 40," a concentra- ing the quack grass roots to grow I hear old Van Geld ls down with foresee. Dutolred In water for douches ttopi an Inch or two ol tne suriace. nArvnn nrnstraflnn hrnnpht nn hv sulphate, within ted solution of nlco-Mnpelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamcontaining not less than 40 per cent After this has come to pass plow up business worries. I don t see what Seldom Seen. mation. Recommended by Lydia E. d quack meadow or ot nicotine was of about 20 per cent the he's got to worry about. He's got "I'm making a collection of rare Pinkrum Med. Co, for ten years. A healing Etrength. This spray was combined pasture about the middle of July. eighty or ninety million dollars." coins. If you happen to run across tore throat wonder for natal catarrh, and ore oyea. Economical. Plow shallow, just deep enough so with Bordeaux mixture. money he's got that's any let me know, will you?" "It isn't the Hu cstno&ur daatmt nd (amicaUl pnnt. spray was applied when that the quack grass roots are turn- worrying him. It's the money other The first "I sure will, old man, but almost Vmll TUFiooTcJrtCoriiT.DtS!MSi. 4 about 75 per cent of the hoppers were ed up into the sun. Wait about ten people have. He's afraid he won't any kind of coin looks rare to me in the nymph stage. The second days until the plants begin to show bj abJe tQ get u a away from them nowadays." . fpray was applied ten days later. before he dies." oven os YCAns &tAA This destroyed those which escaped disking. Repeat the disking every Carbon for lights and electroEXPCniCNCE AVLse Precaution. the first spray and also those which ten days or as often as the quack' j chemical purposes are being made developed during the interval grass begins to grow. Put the field had Mrs. Jones was about to go away to corn the following spring. As a for a couple of weeks and her hus- - from tar by a new SweddUh probetween the two sprays, cess. T1 rule ij; mcwiuu cuuio) ban(j gajd tQ h(Jr Jf w laj k s pest the j "My dear, I want to ask you one Present Wheat Winter Killing. (favor before you go." TMHlHiS TriAoe Marks Seeding wheat in comparatively Not The Man. Dcsicns rimiflHry CopvnicHTS Ac. ' "What is It?" questioned Mrs. deep furrows is expected to be a Arduppe "y love for you, dear -, Anrnnt KiKllnB a krtrh rinj dicriitinn inn y .w .ia. I qnl kir at crt '. t r . ' ufrcowric' er o i means of preventing winter killing MIg8 Roxley, is like a consuming Are: ,.Don.t trv o ih'i. C mmuxilr.i. r.Tt litlnn it r v the houce j iC'itUL IIAUDBOOX on I'a'ciiti tKtiiftnctlrr ,. in withstanding drought and aid that burns everything in its path. before ;ou rai Uei Jone8 tt'iiitrra. I at a j for nuriii?to. dw 1'itiMiis taken ttirnu';! Jluua X tccelte .. The agonoray department of the ear It Mgg Roxley Then 1 trv'ul rwtke, viihout cliarco, la tbo ..wh u gn.t hard wgrk con. Kansas State Agricultural Colleue ujj be un,u5e to choose such a ' Uawi Mr8 Joneg ' Scientific ...... ,letl JonM. ..bul has given this method a trial but ,1U8band t0 handle my money.-B- os-, A hndom!r Hlntratl wnklr. Ijircwt etr. a definite ton Transcript Vill not be ready to make rulotii'ii tf anf piot tflr Journal, lernis, f j a Q' "" think of the expense of telegraphing Soul t7 all neMlealcr. Tfir: lourmontt-n,!!statement until more experimental to ou every time I want to find any MUNH&Co.36B--'"NewY- ork LANDS and City Residences ,may be ' FAhM yprk is done. The plan Ho Understood. thing." iHwutgut! fea w cu vruauitfiuu. k w are now selling at a low cost, j tried out at the Hays branch station A certain Church of England blsh , expect It to bo so nl-- ; but don't in the coming year. A prominent op, desirous ot affecting ecouomy Retribution. ways, if you ever expect to own pi eeedlng machine company ls carriwas traveling In a third-clas- s Tho eachcr was telling her class your farm or your home now Is with the college by furnish age, with o rather rough-lookin- g a long siur; ui M 4lm lima In lill ' ing drills. The latter exhibited sur- - Santa Claus, and tho mirth of Willie workman. More snow is caught In the winter prg( j,t HUch superior company, and j Jones evidently got entlroly beyond WE HAVE sfeVeral farms listed in season because of the rough condl- - consumed by curiosity, Inquired: hiit control. Ohio county and they can be tlon of the ground. The method ! "I suppose you are a poor curate, "Wllllee." said tho teacher, stern-sir?- " had for reasonable prices and specially promising for the Western ly "what did I whip you for yester- liberal terms. It we do not "Er-no,- " weakly replied the Blsh-- , day?" and Central sections, as soil blowhave tho particular farm you de- licCAIX PATTERNS ing should be prevented or at least op; "not exactly hut but I was Celebrated lor atjle. perfect nt, tlmpllcltr an4 "For lyln," promptly answered sire wo will make efforts to get relUblhlj nearly 49 jreara. Sold in ntnlj partly so. " once a curate. Willie, "an' I was Jest wonderln nrrr eilv and uwn In the IJntf.. Kt.t.. .! It for you. ( Canada, or br mail direct. Mora aold lhaa "I see." commented the other; who was goln" to whip you." Lad- -' IF YOU want to move to Hartford l" any other make. Send lor tree cataloCue. les' Home Journal. "that 'orrld drink again." Earthworms Uuild Up Soli. where our children wlir have the TublVTn .y . u.hi,. Ono of the. important soil buildnflvnntn r.n nf n fnnil hlph arhnnl W mararlna million a month. Invaluable. I.t "Great Stone Fuco" Eroding. cat itylet, patternt, drntmaVlni;, millmerj, ers is the eartliwarm, according to llOtlfy US. We liaVO houses and I plain cwln?,lanc7 ntedlew.ik.hilrdrcis.n tho "Old Man of tho Mountain," R. I. Throckmorton, assist nt prolots for sale and believe you can I FOR FLETCHER'S SZZ rock at Franconla Notch, N. II., of fessor of soils In the Kansas State select one from our llbt to your if oubwribe Uday, or tend lor aarople cofjr, I which education only to look at It," Agricultural College. ,,..,.. INDUCEMENTS iWONDEBFUL llKliig. li According Is In peril from erosion. iAntJ. rotal brine rremium cataiome "Its groatost importance lies in the studrcil to the statement the Kov. Guy Hon-- ; WE have a comfortable homo In (HE tail RT C1H pnee VUCIIt :7U SL. NtW YOBk fact thut by burrowing Into the soil COLUMIUA DEAN SHOOTS HcCAU CO. S3 It MJ tV. IIOV CAUGHT IN ORCHARD erU, supported by engineers' moas- - j Hartford, modorn Improvements It leaves opon parages through urements and Investigations, the rock and a good gardon In cultivawhich the elements of weathering may us in acoeas to the subeo:1 or ua- tion for Kilo or rent. I'laco Newark. N J Sept. 16. Dr. Hsn forming the forehead is in danger of V . r ud ry Hurd Rusby. a noted botanist and ' toppling over and carrjlug vim it tne derlyiug layer of rents for ?10 a month. elr are the two main fcu.'i that dean of the medical faculty of Vol- - j' maesos that complete tho resemblance bring about the decay of roeks and bia University, shot and wounded of tho human profile. Of all tho naCall on or address boy. (turai wonuers supposeu io rescmuie both of these are found 1a abun- - Alfred Fasano. a Faano and three other the profile of a human lace tins is danoe in the channels of Ua earth-- here y Hawboys. Or. Huaby said, ware pilfering the moat distinct in outlines. worm. fjccveJ wten rvefTU-;- else fclli. I , t ncr.cui It thorne suve It more personality. ana Icmaie "Oh tibjging down Is moat tolls, peaehaa from hla orchard, ' caknuira thev ara the auumire to polie) waa a happy lot tor abildren to crow Dr. Raaby was Ukon a labyrinth of aaltwora ehaaaaU HohI Ihtuto Axents, trtaedy, aa thusanc's Ave trjii&cd. tf with mis Ureal woao race ueiore TIII be foMil. aoM ot them goto hMttauartera and paroled after ha hb "For all the reatturw He told thf d'ur eyes Thia ia had ouule a buu-"'fn- i te a iepth ot of 1 toot. Kentucky. naotU ttaa at Hatnlnai aalla. onliaiai h'liarf Iiom nnned lv lx V , W '. nolli- .ind the pr. .1 'i v t at ,i ,,i n OrT.i.e. P'j' whore ihjr, Wf WMt obundatet. mealing his froit tad h4 hewCl : 'Wornoi trv scare is llg'.t, saajy jiii iu irisnien the lads. ; ' J MAY IIIZCOMK "WIDOWS" 3PatolTossion.ai Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law J1A11TFOHD, KT. practice bis profusion In Uili and adjoining counties. CointnorciaJ and Criminal Practice a Sjuvlaltr. Will T HAIlBHTIIATTOS I roinwrll. Kj- Telephones . on Farms 50c per Month and If there is no telephone on your farm write for our free booklet small cost. POWHATAN MNGTG D.C. I LorwAN m OTTlil. MAKTIA lliirlloril, h'j ' STRATTON & MARTIN Attornoy8 at Law CROMWELL, Will practice - KY. , J and djolnlng counties. Collections. Commercial and Criminal Practice rrompt and vigorous Spoclalty. service- - Notary In office. tlclr profession In thfi telling how you may get service at O.ETAYLOiCE. Beaver Dam, Ky. I ! ! J 1 Broad-brimme- high-crown- j Highway and Dramacjc Design. ! pub-I.e- DR. 0. E. HART SURGEON 11EAVEH DAM, KY. Taj lor' v av?kNi ', Cumberland Telephone VETERINARY Ofllcc Jnuic Lft'vrjr ' I and Telegraph Company Barn. . J , ' iM &ii lroiiirlj oUla THAT PAY, .tnt Urn OorvoU, m our I I eirRe,a4lf.p7.ttUpuera. I Seal OHiJtl pboiartiirteb for FRtt m-ctrtiMj . . X or no K- nt on j t J,n- - fmrUra. BUR- PAS8INO RircrCNCCB. rprfrMOvU! liuok oa lrunutl lloti wtllt la BQ3.BOS Sovanth Stro WASHINGTON, D. C. tenUbUltr . tir. m WILL YOU , i TAKE OUR k Trialmtnl , , ffifiSR GERMINAL REMEDY LUNGS for WEAK Eu-wor- i , " ,, or j CONSUMPTION A quick reliel (or thai tireJ. coujhi, palm In chetl. nlfhl Every Wants "" -I- weau. beoor wtiV lunf or conturaptton. II II io aotkUi. act kelp yea It cottt c Lock Boy CIS OHIO MEDICAL GO. FOR ONE MONTH feelinc. tu COLUMBli thutt, o i KILL the COUCH AND grass-Infeste- CURE the LUNGS l ' , ' j w Dr. King's ftSw Discovery w,th FOR Settle rtt ALL THROAT AND LUNQTR0UBLES. JgnKUgfe, I AND CS!JS!,S Tril "' i ' cuu.ai, m rmr ti QUAKANTUED SATISFAWOBYf OK MONEY REFUNDED. mnmrt "mmmum tf y ioDe-uemocrai. .. Real k I n di k it D ' f? ,,pi' Estate! '. Jlmericath m eprlelu.tj, Jrrttvlth I . inoll,l BROCURCD AND OCFCNDCD. 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'Eltrldi iVVAGAZINB to-da- tinsley ,"' i mm Vviltton So You Can Untlorstand It IwiT .r.ii .1? u;P,,.T,n., c':,., ...v. toun ii nuv iitreillimfHiry Uu) contain. iyr Lilt tajrwuu to do lUinai .r.Hiu.1 llowi i' (,,r '' Haand niKMCi?L ,"Ue? uo. "'" iifr'W .i'ln,fi - Hartford. 2i58.If irutuuu tor Ik UMbitU.UmM "L" . . amal copies. si Will M a. ur, POfMilAH MIOHAMI6S Mai M :".un.lHiliau 'i ruunl Mu4XINC ssssasmmaessmsi 'rsnaj-jL- ; BHj V New Price on Ford Cars! Ford Runabout . $345-0- 0 Ford Touring Car . $360.00 F. 0. B. Detroit. Freight to Beaver Dam $18.00. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. NELSON 'S BLUE FIT CASH flBOH. North Court Square. Hartford, Ky. i Is the Place to Buy Fresh Groceries of all Kinds. Agency for SELECT FLOUR. Salmon 3 cans for 25c. Lenox Soap 7 bars, 25c. NELSON'S SPECIAL COFFEE 25c per lb. guaranteed Gold Watch and Ticket for a Chain given FREE with each pound of this Coffee sold. ton-year I j 1 Don't Forget to call at the Sheriffs Office and pay your taxes and save the nonaltu Jllirl V While at the Ohio County Fair TA Yours respectfully, mt. with n view to testing which proven most suitable to tho English climate In each case the earth has been NOW A NAVAL BASE subjected to a different process of preparation. In one case waterglass has been added, in another soft soap to tho earth and soft soap In an COMPLETIOX OK DRY DOCK AT and other case llmo has been added. A ENDS THE RALROA "grouting" of cement has been pourWORK. ed over tho mud wall In yet another caao and thero is ono wall made of earth alone. Panama, Sept. 10. Tho virtual dry completion of tho new 1,000-foAro You Looking Old? dock at Datnoa, In conjunction with Old nge comes quick enough withtho shops and foundries there, and of out inviting it. Some look old at coaling plant at forty. That Is because they neglect tho 48G, 000-to- n Chrlstobal, aro Important steps in tho liver and bowels. Keep your tho militarization of tho canal and bowels regular and your liver healmaking it an important naval base. thy nnd you will not only feel youngTho dry dock and tho coaling plant er but look younger. When troubled aro now in operation, altho further with constipation or biliousness take work Is necessary to bring them to Chamberlain's Tablets. They aro inThey have both been tended especially for these ailments completion. used during the past week for com- and are excellent. Easy to tako and mercial ships passing thru the canal, most agreeable In effect. Obtainnnd the navy cruiser Charleston, able everywhere. m which has been stationed at tho Atfr lantic entrance since tho last GerShe Was Too Honest. man crisis, Is now being overhauled "What's the matter, Hawkins?" nnd given extensive repairs In the You know, "Matter enough! dry dock. some time ago I assigned all my propTho dry dock is 1,000 feet long by erty to my wife, to er to keep It ou' 110 feet wide, having the same di- of the hands I am Indebted to, you mensions as tho chambers of tho know." locks. It will accommodate the larg"Yes." est ships In the world, nnd oven at "Well, she's taken the money ant1 this stage of completion has handled gone off says she won't live with ono vessel drawing 33 feet of water. me because I've swindled my crediIt has a depth over the blocks of 35 tors." feet at mean title, or 45 feet at high tide. It Is an Integral part of the terminal shops and foundries. ToI gether they can do practically any sort of ship repair work. For Infants and Children The new coaling plant at Cristobal, In Use For Over Years which has an emergency storage capacity of nearly 500,000 tons, which Always bears the moy be Increased Indefinitely In con- Signature of storage alongside nection with land -tho plant, has been designed with special regard to naval uses. Its Something Detter. ability to deliver 2,000 tons of coal A little girl was naughty recently an hour to a ship wlfl make It theor- and her mother sent her and her little etically possible for a whole fleet to sister, who had also been in mischief, hours for to bed early. coal there In twenty-fou- r an extensive cruise. The plant Is Relenting somewhat, after they of a novel design, made with a view had gone to their room, the mother to Just such an emergency. crept up to the room to see if all was mm well, and got there in time to hear State of Ohio. City of Toledo, I Lucas County. . tho following as both the children Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he M senior partner of tho Arm of F. J. Cheney knelt at their bod: & Co., doing business tn the City of To"Give us this day our dally bread," and ledo. County and State aforesaid, that said Arm wilt pay the sum ot ONE said the older. Just at this point HUNDRED DOLLARS tor each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured tho tiny youngster broko Into the by tha use of HAI.la CATARRH CURE. prayer, saying: FRANK J. CHENEY. "Strike Him for cake, sister." Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day ot December, St. Louis A. D. 1886. PANAMA CANAL IS It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish every suffering woman would give ot CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. Get a Bottle Today! f CASTOR 30 A mz&t X WlaQ & ' VtM bbbbbbbbIB run of life and action, filled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, .will make TfieYOUTITS COMPANION! c Better Than Ever in 1915 Then the Fnmilv Pane, a rare Editorial Pane. 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Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th The Only Hotel In lioulsvllio Opernted on tho American anil European l'luns. AMERICAN PiaX (With Meals) Rooms without IJath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. $2.00 per single, 2. 50 per DO Rooms 50 Front Rooms. single, 3.00 per Rooms with Private Hutli: single, 3.00 per 60 Rooms single, 3.50 per 50 Rooms 75 ular doing?" "I should say so. "Daunced Out." $" Rooms.. ... single, day; day; day; 2 2 2 people, $2.00 each people, 2.25 each people, 2.50 each 2.75 each 3.00 each It was at a fashionable Southern resort and tho pretty New England maiden had been tangoing strenuously with a vigorous young man from tho West. "Really," she protested, "I must stop. I'd love to keep on and on, but I'm danced out." "Why, how can you say that?" he cried, In astonishment, as ho escorted her to a seat. "I don't think you aro darned stout at all. You'ro just plump onough." day; 2 people, day; 2 people, EUROPEAN Wax (Without Meals) Rooms without Rath but with single, $1.00 75 Rooms single, 1.25 50 Rooms 50 Front Rooms. slnglo, 1.50 Rooms with rrlvato Rath: slnglo, 1.60 50 Rooms single, 2.00 50 Rooms THE OLD INN, Hot and Cold Running Water. per day; 2 people, $0.75 each per day; 2 people, 1.00 each per day; per day; 2 2 live fish and More good reading than you will get in any of the monthly ' weeks or magazines, achieved by SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE Plctet. Tho live flsh THE IIARTFOUD REPUBLICAN A ND YOUTH'S COJIPANION, BOTH scientist put twenty-eigIn a box that contained water rich in ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. oxygen, in which several pieces of Ice floated. Tho temperature of the water was then reduced slowly until it froze. At the end of about two months the cake was gradually thaw ed, and the flsh, It is said, were found alive. In such an experiment, the scien $1.36 tist reports, It Is essential that the The Republican and Louisville Herald water be gradually frozen, and that Globe-Democr- at 1.76 It shall have contained pieces ot Ice The Reptblican and St. Louis for from fifteen to eighteen hours 1.60 before tht whole mass is frozen. The Republican and Home and Farm Tho process ot thawing must also be 1.76 The Republican slow. . Thru this process It Is believed The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.60 that Siberian sturgeon and Alaskan 3.50 salmon can be exported to distant The hepublicaw ana Uaiiy uwenBDoro inquirer markets. Tld Hits. Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.76 Republican To Export Live The feat of freezing reviving them several months later has been tho Swiss scientist, M. ht Fish. 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A. ftui Rad Judgment Shown. First Chauffeur Bill got fined --) $500 .for taking his employer's car Look Good Foel Good.' without permission. No ono can either feel good nor How did tho Second Chauffeur look good while suffering from conboss know ho took It? stipation. Get rid ot that tired, First Chauffeur Why, Dill ran ovdraggy, lifeless feeling by a treater him. ment of Dr. King's New Life Pills. Uuy a box today, take ono or two Frisky Lamb Has Six Ijcgs. In tho morning that pills lamb, with six legs, A you stuffed, dull feeling la gone and is tho unique pet recently brought feel better at once. 25c at your Smyth, secre2 to this city by Frank druggist. tary of tho Intermountaln Land & Livestock Company, from tho compaEntitled To Go. ny's headquartors In Boxeldcr coun"If you pleaso, sir," pleaded th) ty. r, "I'd like to havo three Although freak lambs nro not unwcoks' vacation this your Instead ot common, sheepmen contend that row two." of thorn Ilvo more than a few weeks. "Havo you any particular reason Tho fresh animal owned by Mr. for making such a request?" asked Smyth Is said to bo as frisky as nny his employer. uormnl lamb at tho ngo of C weoks "Yes, sir. I'vo saved up more and promises to develop into a money this year than I usually do, healthy sheep. and I'm afraid I won't bo nbjo to The extra pair of legs nro attached spond it all in two weeks." to' tho ribs just behind tho shoulder blades. Tho limbs aro somowbat Mud Houses For Euglk.li. a va' Tho possibility of using mud as a crooked, tho toes pointing in riety ot directions, but tho Jextra building material nnd so solving tho with normal urgont problem of providing cheap logs do not Intorforo uso of tho regulur llinbs. Mr. Smyth country cottagea in tho rural disallows his pet to grazo on the lawn tricts and housing accommodations In front ot bis house, where it has In the areas where thero has been a being becomo tho playmate of nearly all sudden Influx of war workers is tho chlldreu In the neighborhood. mado tho subject ot an Interesting mc experiment by tho new household ForSulo. and social science department of Good 120 aero larm on Rough King's College for Women, UniverRlvec, 3 miles west ot Hartford. GO sity ot London. Six mysterious looking walls havo acres in cultivation; other 60 acres just been erected In tho grounds at woodland. Improved. Apply, TINSLEY & BARNETT, Camden Hill, each wall being comHartford, Ky. posed of a different mixture of mud, -- The The The The The and Republican Republican Republican Republican 1.75 and Kentucky Farmer and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.50 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 on. Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. book-keepe- NEW NOT THE SEWING USE LI V-VE- R-L AX MAOKNE OF QUAHTY. For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ot Constipation. Fccl-rlghall tho time. Don't lay oft from work for days by taking calomel keeps yo when pleasant Uv Ver-La- x on your feet, whiloreliovingyour trouble. Safer too, and easy to tako. Don't tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses system and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, sura in its effect and certain in results. II will won't bo long before Liv- - Ver-La- x completely displace calomel in evert home., Children can tako it freely an with perfect safety. Every bottle guar anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nono genuino without tho likeness and slna lure of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky t SOLD UNDER ANY OTHER NAME. HOME Quality Considered it is the WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purchaso tho NEW 1IOMK you will have a llfo asset at tho price yo'u pay, und wlU not have an endless chain of repairs. Cheapest in the end w to buy. it you want a sewing machine, write for, oar latest catalogue before you purchase. Be New Hwm Sewint MkM Co.! Orange, Mas.' U Vt. MJIss' for pains In th JinU-l't- tack a FUta. Hartford Republican. flatond iwcordlnn to law at th PoMnMra mll tnsttor of the wcond Hurtfonl, Ky., afeM, ognlzcd. Leaders of the Baptist Sunday School deserves credit Tor their progresslvcness nnd we hope thnt excellent results will ho obtained by the newly chosen method. can't understand why he should want one thousand extra copies of the Issue in which It appeared. It we . ji. ii ii , ii- - h " " ' irn i Congressman Ben Johnson In his Kdltor ALLISON J. HARNETT Hartford speech Monday, niado this W. 8. TIX8LEV,. .Business Mnnngcr amazing statement: "The recent State election In Maine offers no disto Address all communications couraging features to Democrats. A The Hartford Republican. careful estimate has been made and the Democrats got 33 per cent more SUBSCRIBERS NOTICE TO new votes this time than they did four dpntrlDR the t"lrent to flitwernwn (SdrtM tnnt kIt. the old mldrrwi In wiikln the years ago and tho Republicans only reqvMt. 4 per cent." Tho facts are: In 1012 BotlnrM Locntit nml Sutler 10c per line nnd the Democrat candidate for Governpar Hue tor enoh nddltlonnl Inwrtlon. OMtinrlt. Kelolutlonn nnd Card of Think;! or In Maine received 67,748 votes and In 19 1C the Democrat candidate fin line, money In mlvnnce. Chirch Kntlo-- for eerrlcee free, lint other for Governor in Maine received tdTertleementa. 6c ier linn. Democratic loss of 1,201 will recelre no CG.547 or a ABonyraona communlcntlon votes as against Mr. Johnson's statetentlon ment of a gain of 33 per cent. Four years ago the Republican candidate TSIiBFIZOlTSO. 12 3 for Governor in Maine received 3 CvicQ.Vorla.n J. ... CO 3.fu.a.l-.- .. 3PLT33Q.ra' votes and In 191C the Republican candidate for Governor In Maine FKII1AY, SKPTBMHKK 22. received 79,902 votes or n gain of S.8G9, representing a Republican gain of S per cent Instead of 4 per REPUBLICAN TICKET. cent as stated by Mr. Johnson. The figures quoted appeared In all the For President, principle newspapers of the country EVANS HUGHES. CHARLES September 12th, and the facts statFor Vice President, ed may bs readily verified by referCHARLES WARREN FAIRBANKS. ence to them. If Mr. Johnson's othFor Congress, er public statements are as misleadJOHN P". HASWELL, JR. ing as those in this Instance he is not entitled to the confidence of a KenFor County Attorney, tucky audience. A. D. KIRK. 71,-04. WELCOME FAIR VISITORS. annual meet of the The thirty-firTHE ECONOMY PLANK. Ohio County Fair began yesterday. From every standpoint It promises to be one of the most successful "We denounce tho profligate waste events of Its kind ever given In by of money wrung from the people Hartford, and Ohio county, be it veroppressive taxation through the lav- ily said, has been the scene of some ish appropriations of recent Repub- great fairs. It is a splendid time lican Congresses, which have kept for former residents of the county to taxes high and reduced the purchas- return and mingle with old friends. We ing power of the people's toil. It Is a good time for visitors to come demand a return to that simplicity to Ohio county and see what we have. and economy which benefits a Demo- The fair is held in Hartford because cratic government and a reduction it is the county seat but Hartford In the number of useless offices the doesn't claim It as her own. It is salaries of which drain the substance a county event. Every citizen of the of the people." Democratic Nation- county is interested In the. success of al Platform of 1912. every meet and nil want 1916 to be Then they gave us the war tax, the banner year. Just the same will and the recent Congress proceeds to they want 1917 to be more successsmash all records by appropriating ful. Some economy, $1, 858, 384,485.00. I. OR ONE OF MY DEPUTIES The Fair Company is composed cf Mr. Voter. tNow they can't the very best men In the county. AVILL BE AT THE FOLLOWING Isn't it Bay It Is for war purposes because Their Interests are the county's in- .'PLACES ON DATES MENTIONED they say President Wilson has kept terests and while they would bo BELOW: us out of war. The best way to gratified to benefit financially as a reWednesday.Oct. 4. Rob Roy, n. m. protest is to stamp under the log sult of the fair this year their alms 4. Cromwell, Oct. Wednesday, cabin when November rolls around. are directed more to making grand- p. in. Thursday, Oct. 5. Select, a. m. er the famous Oh!o County Fair. Thursday, Oct.' 5. Deanflcld. Greece Is beginning to sizzle like They deserve tho support of all well wishers of the community and judg- Friday, Oct. 6. Arnold, a. m. the mischief. ing by' thetway the 1916 meet has Friday, Oct. 6. Renfrew, p. m. Friday, Oct. 6. Herbert. We always did like fair visitors. starte'd off they have It. Bo well in fact, that we sometimes Saturday, Oct. 7. Fordsvllle. For Hartford and Ohio county The Republican welcomes the 1916 falf Tuesday, Oct. 10. Ralph and visit them. visitors. To those 'who have been Tuesday. Oct. 10, Olaton. President Wilson is no match for here before t Is extended a hearty Horse 11. Oct. the" labor unions for they are the hand and to those making their first i, Wednesday, ones that strike. visit is extended the same hand, in KBrapch. a different way but no less hearty. Jj Thursday, Oct. .12. Dundee. If- - one bird in the hand is worth We hope you like our county and our Fridny, Oct. 13. Buford. Friday, Oct. 13. Narrows. two in the bush, two In the hand is town ant the officials and citizens Tuesday,- Oct. 17. Bells Run. of each .'are at your service. worth four in the bull rushes. I Hellin. . Wednesday, Oct. IS. POLITICS AND RELIGION. Bakers over the country are Thursday, Oct. Several weeks ago an article was their prices. Wonder if the SecFriday, Oct. 20. Wysox. handed a representative of The Re retary of War will boost his, too. William Saturday, Oct 21. publican by James H. Wil- - Mines. The English have a new monster j Hams with the request that it bo Saturday, Pct.21. Taylor M.nes fighter that is said to resemble a cross j given publication. In the article Monday, Oct. 23. Centcrto.vn. between a Zeppelin and a subma-- , several questions were asked Con- Tuesday. Oct. 24. Matanzas regarding gressman Ben Johnson rlne. Wednesday, Oct. 25. Kruno?, a jsome appropriations in the District According to Mr. Johnson's figures of Colmb,a. aml lt waa the ev,dent in. Wednesday, Oct. 2.1. Ceralvo, p, they sure" have some wet Repub desire of the writer to 'ask these in. llcans and moist negroes in questions before the people of the Saturday, Oct. 28. Hockpnrt Fourtli District and have them anTills will he the hist call oui of tho We office. manner. Kentucky militiamen write that swered in the same atS. O. KKOWN, Sheriff. say the gave the somniuqlcatlon careful It Js n Grande border. They tention and saw no reason whntever rye is there, too, and that the "oh" why the request for publication comes when one of those Texas fleas FORDSVILLK ITEMS. should be refused. The questions f gets a choice piece of soldier flesh befrost husn't donV straightforward and to the - Sept. were tween his teeth. point, but Mr. Williams made no at- hiuch damage itv'thls part of the county. That man Ford you see advertised tack. He .only asked for an answer. Mr. Johnson, came. ' lo Hartford r Dr. DeWeese and wife, of Beaver newsnaners as 'de In Democratic Dam, motored over Sunday to atclaring for Wilson Is the same fel- - Monday to inako a speech in reply at tho Baptend the Home-comin- g low that brought about peace In . to Mr. Williams' article. Whether tist church. so satisfactorily or not 13 for ' Europe. Welcome to tho Democrat- he did Quite a number from here attendic ranks, Henry, but you are on that gentleman to say, for we are ed the State Fair at Louisville last he a rupnot concerned. If thero another one of 'em.ar' cold, trails. ' Mr. r ture in the Democratic ranks it was week. Among Uiose were: instigated by The Republican, or IQHa Cobb and wife, Mrs. Charlie Congressman Johnson said Monday not that Haswell, his Republican oppo- Republicans as some might Infcro 'Mason, Harvey Ford, Leslie Garden nent, was nominated by the negroes. from the address. Air. Johnson crit- aiid Henry Loyd. '. 'Mrs. I). M. Jones Is visiting relaThe raco question, like religion icised The Republican for publishing no stated in the same tives near Hurdlnsburg this week.' uhould be kept out of politics, iMrJhejirtlcJt,, ?& ' Earl Smith, of Cincinnati, Is visJohnson. You say you believe In ai- - speech that he believes in the free- We, too, believe iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ream ac- - dom of the press. lowing every man to worship God town. cordipg to his own convictions. Don't in the freedom of the pross and we Smith, of near Mr. P. C. Cooper and family reenjoyed itand shared ltkwlth our you likewise believe In allowing cy: cry man to bo colbfd' according to Democratic friend, Mr. 'Williams, turned Monday from a motoring trip when we published thoso questions. to Bowling Green." God's convictions? Mrs. Ismu Mitchell of Beaver Dam, Not a wordfdld wo utter editorialOn the last .page of The Repub- ly regarding tho communication. We was tho guest of Misses Mary and lican this week appears a hulf-pag- o did not seek to bring religion into Martha Quisenberry Sunday. Miss Mury Pool, the milliner for advertisement for the Baptist Sun- politics. If Mr. Williams did ho day School of Hartford. It is tho failed to make it. plain and we see Tho Wilson Co. has returned from first advertising of this kind that we no reason wh,y Mr, Johnson felt call- Cincinnati with her fall stock of have run to any extent and we, im ed upon to defend his religion Mon- hats. Cordn Stewart went to Oweimboro well as tho advertisers, will watch the day. If the appropriations were unrcsulU with Interest. Merchants just they are so regardless of what last week. Mrs. Mamie Morton and mother, want people to come to tholr stores. religious denomination they benefit. Sincere church mombers want their If tho money wos correctly spent we of Centertown, are visiting her brothBervicos well attended. If advertis- full to see whereby anyono should be er, Rex Flyiin, this week. ing will pay In ono Instance lt booms hurt by tho public being acquainted Rubslaii savings hankb have rcolv that it should pay In tho other, but with the fuct that tho appropriations utrangu. tp say, it, is only In tho lat wuru made. It the Williams' arti- ed $l,70O,0OQ,QQQ sjnee tho wnr fyw yearn that thto fact lius been roo-- cle was an Injustico to Mr. Johnson st surely cannot bo Hint he desires to bring religion into politics. Tho It bo wholly within our power to do so wo would not do ono whit tovn'rcvcnt Mr. Johnson, or any other man from worshiping God according to his own. convictions. 'c will do what we can to elect Mr. Haswell in November, but not because ho Is a Baptist. Nor would wo ask any voter to aid In the detent of the Democratic candidate because he Is a Catholic. If anyono is Influenced by either religious belief In this congressional race we assume ho has his own personal reasons. As we saw It Mr. Johnson Intimated thnt the article nbovo referred to was the principle reason for his coming to Hartford Monday. If so, we hope to have another one soon for we enjoyed the Congressman's speech and visit. We admire him for undertaking to defend the Wilson policies; we caught the strains as he sung his praise of the President for having kept us out of war with Mexico, when, ns he says, our only grievance was the arrest of sixteen negroes. We want him to come back and tell us what the sixteen negro soldiers were doing In Mexico when It would-- be, of ,they wererrested. interest to know whether they were there In obedience to prders from a We Democratic War Department. want to hear of the capture of Vera Cruz and would like to know If they have captured Villa, dead, dying or alive. There are lots of things we would be pleased to learn of the Administration and Mr. Johnson Is yelcome to Hartford. We assert again that The Republican is not concerned with CongressIn man Johnson's religious belief. fact, the writer did not know positively, until we heard him say Monday, to what religious denomination We have several reashe. belonged. of ons for opposing the Mr. Johnson without considering his religion, and the greatest of these is John P. Haswell, Jr. ys New Fall Merchandise guards with standard value-givin- g merchandise merchandise that would stand a liberal advance in price and still give you perfect satisfaction for the price you pay. Everybody knows by this time that higher prices for merchandise is inevitable and the end is not yet. As the season advances still higher prices must prevail. We have taken every advantage possible of the market in Every department is loaded to-th- e providingiJthis enormouslstock. We will make it as light as possible on you in supplying the season's needs. But we would advise as early shopping as possible.LThe saving will be much more than you anticipate. Remember, we have added another store to our list. Four big stores give us a buying ower second to'none in the State of Kentucky. Our policy is ONE PRICE to everybody. We reccommend nothing only standard merchandise to our customers. We sell everything on as close a margin as legitimate merchandise will allow, trusting to a big volume of business to make us money. These polices we inaugurated with the idea of placing our interests and our customers on an equal basis, and by extending to them this liberal consideration and protection, we merit a more liberal share of their patronage. H Now We Are Ready For your consideration and inspection of this mammoth stock of Fall and Winter necessities. Pay Your Taxes! Ma-ga- n. NEW MILLINERY of fashion's latest decree. LADIES' COAT SUITS in the most stunning styles of the season. MEN'S SUITS in models and fabrics that are the most pleasing. QUEEN QUALITY SHOES for the women new and up-to-the-minute. . - KING QUALITY SHOES for men are dressy and serviceable. Every item of dress for men, women and children is here in sufficient variety tcf please anybody, and everybody is invited to come here and see for themselves just what we are doing for the trade. Jt -- X E. P. Barnes & Bro. e L STRAY STREAKS. (By Fluke McFluke.) Chief of Police Burton sayH ns how, is an ordinance against throw-lu- g ashes lu the streets aud that gomo persons whom ha knows, who uses oil stoves exclusively, will walk 3 blocks to borrow ashes to. scatter In the said streets. Beaver Dam, Ky. nc run, the fire was put out before we got there, the same thing happened at the last proceeding fire. Yes, it looks Hkd'fate is against us. Rol Riley says he can't' hardly enHis at tho fulr withby tho scratched Judges or so mo one. No wonder' Roll No wonder, sir, thero nre but few In your class.!" i there ter that faco of out getting it' Leo SlniinOrnian and Tom' Black could give Cohen and Cooch of the State' Fair cards J nil spadea and beat thorn n block in some ways, fer Yes, E. instance, fairly speaking. Blrkhead is also in that fair class and what this trio don't know ubout a fair wouldn't bo fulr to relate. not uu ad. Bob Walker ' bays that ho has obtained an Interest In the present Ohio County Fair. -- Ho leased tho company a rain barrel. lust Our I. uck. A fire alarm was sounded one day recently ut Joe Wilson's and wo started with tho rest of tho flra fighters and, being to durned fat wo can 'I imiiKlii,' Fixtures Hule. . I am ready to arrungo for the a man changes from sluglo private When bhIo of 1 banking houso nml to double hurness its no sign that lie lot, 1 dwelling, 1 livery stable and isn't still driven alone. ' miscellaneous banking llxtures. Api ply to L. C. BROWN, As wo sat at our desk in tho Inner Special Deputy Banking Com'.f u co punching our old Oliver with a 1014 Mcllenry, Ky, couple of stilf fingers, trying to heat gut this stuff "You don't havo to hor Sale. n,-.- . Nlne.rooni residence think you know its a matter of using nmi the flngors" 'a brabs band commenc town lots In. Hartford. Also T20 ed to play on tho corner across tho acres Rough rlvor farming iun"u. street and being tho first here since For "particulars and terms, npplyJRo riIUEI. fullV campaign, it uaturully M. W. BARNARD, Hartford. fiU Our old friend, Arthur Petty, of Henderson, Ky., sir, feVl In on us u day or two ago ns dry as tho Sahara Desert. Why doth ho always, Invariably and everlastingly thusly return to ills uattvo heath? pestered uh n bit. Wo wont Into Al's room, howuH not there. We then went Inlo'the mechanical department to see Duke, the foreman, and lift was not thero. Wo thought Pearl could tell ub where tho balance of tho force could be located and lo! Pearl could not be found. Wturo alone and Its press day. Wo got desperate. Wc had two partlee Bearch for tho missing force und the boys, wcro found at the Fair Ground gate. They had followed tho band that far), but could get no further. All havo returned, uro at work and think wo may yetgtt tho Daper out, tho wo will be two or three hours late. J T 'V ... 111 :T'"fc occcooeoGoeccooooooocaco ooootcoocsoooooooococoooocc so Wanted Two girls to help with cooking and household work. AdDR. L. B. BEAN, dress .Hartford, Ky, Tho "Divine Sarah Jlcrnardt" tho world's famous actress, Saturday night In "Jcanno Dore" at Opera Admission 10c. House Rink. Mr. Warren Benton, of Cincinnati, J; !SAftftftft5ftftAftAAAAAft &&&&&&&&&&&. i j REPUBLICAN SPEAKING but formerly of this county loft Jun-da- y morning for Indiana where ho will visit his sister, after a visit with Hon. W. E. Andrews H on Wf3 I til relatives near Hartford. For a light lunch or a Bquarc meal during the Ohio County Fair come to Tlchcnor's 8tag Restaurant." On tho left sldo of Main street coming from tho faV grounds. Prices right. Mrs. t'oza uupuy left Tuesday fon Rockport whore sho will visit Mrs. M. J. Rcld before returning to Brook-por- t, 111. Mrs. Dupuy was tho guest of Mrs. R. II. Gillespie while In Hartford. WnntcdT Men to sell Sewing Machines and collect In Ohio county. Experience proposition. Splendid not necessary. Write SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO., (Incorporated) 12t4 Oweusboro, Ky. Loans wanted In Muhlenberg, McLean, Daviess, Webster, Butler and real Ohio counties on good first-clas- s estate for 5 years. W. II. PARKS, Hartford, Ky. 50tf The Opera House Rink has been equipped with modern and machinery, and has secured the servlco of "Blue Bird films. The people of Hartford and surrounding country will have tho privilege of seeing some of the best creations in the movie world. Mall mo your "order forhIghgrnde Acid Phosphate, $1.00 per 100 lbs.; Corn. Wheat and Oat Grower, ?1.20 per 10Q Jbs.; Raw Rock Phosphate, 45c per 100 lbs.; Limestone Rock, 8c per 100 lbs., at tho car. I). L. D. SANDEFUR, Beaver Dam, Ky. 1213 Word has been received here of the death of Mr. Richard Stevens, who died at his home In Indiana ThurB day of last week. Mr. Stevens was a former resident of No Creek neigh borhood and was a Civil War veteran. He leaves many relatives and friends In Ohio county. In order "to be" prepared to cope with any emergency that may arise during the fair three new men have been added to the local police force. They are M. T. Likens, day force; (jal P. Keovvn and James C. Bennett, night duty. Tho new force Is op- -, crating under the direction of ChlqT ti Ex-Audit- or OF NEBRASKA U. S. Treasury Department, will speak at Hartford, Ky. Monday, October 2rvd 1:30 on 11 t f O'OLOCK 1-- . M. the best informed men We Extend to You l1 .w i"! r the Tariff question, revenues and fiscal affairs in the whole country. Be sure to hear this distinguished orator. Mr. Andrews is a forceful speaker, one of A Cordial Invitation to Be Present a????? JOHNSON REPLYS TO WILLIAMS ARTICLE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE OUTLINES RELIGIOUS VIEWS TO GOOD CROWD. Desperate fighting contintrenches. ues around Denlecourt, while actions both the Champagne district and on the Verdun front, where .the French captured a trench on Dcadmnn Hill, are recorded. Macedonia. Frtich forces hav captured the Important city of Fiorina In Macedonia and all Bulgarian are retiring In disorder 'toward at OUR FALL OPENING"" of the Germnns north of the Somuio threw desperate counter attacks against the French line from 9 o'clock cation. Wednesday morning until dark, but were repulsed with many dead, according to a Paris communiEastern Front. In Russia and Gallcia heavy Russian attacks were repulsed. Local Russian successes In the Carpathians aro admitted by the Teutons, who say, however, that the enemy on the whole was repuls', ed. , Millinery, Coat Suits, Dry Goods, Silks, Shoes, Hosiery, JIo-nast- lr. Etc., ' - Wednesday, Sept. 20 1916 -- JkRiGb, oocoococoococooocoooooccccooccxsooooccoocooooooooooooo a Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, SKITEMRER J2. L., H. & ST. Jj. It. It. TIME TAHLE. No. 113 due at Ellnittch 8:32 p. m. No. (110'duo nt Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. No." 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton .. 0:35 p.m. Lv. Irvlngton .. 5:5C p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. Lv. Louisville .. 8:35 a.m. No. Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m. Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. :' ' 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch E. R. It. T1.ME TABLE. M.,,11. South Bound, No. 115 8:46 a. m. IDu'o at Hartford No. 114 North Bound. .5:55 p. m. Due at Hartford. (Both "Mixed Trains.) ', ill ... ...... ' Personal News j and Social Events. ' Hi. ..l.-j- ' $5cb Acton Bros, for your fresh ' llt2 Timothy Seed Don't forget Actoif Bros.' special prireB white attending the Fair. bm "cottago, In For lU'u"tA-6Hrogood'repalr. Apply at thlsofflco Ott Miss Claudle'WrTglu," of Dawson Bprjngm Is .visiting Mrs. 0. E. Smith. Mr. andMnirLrTritlloy and Mrs'. A. V. McFeo were in Owon&boro Tuesday. TuesSay Mr. Pen Taylor returned night1 Mer a visit to relatives in Rlrdseyo, Ind. When in'Iieed ofluiyjhlng in the Furniture line, see ACTON BROS., 12t2 Hartford, Ky. Problem" "at Opera The "OTeat Friday night. Blue House Rink Bird Service. OwMiss Tula"HllByrcfurhed to" Tuesday utter a visit with eusboro Mrs; J. O. Wloy. from Mr. Arthur Petty urrlved Wednesday to attend the Henderson Ohio County Fair. ' (Jet youTniSSrs'tiFTIchenor'H Stag Restaurant during the Fair. Cigars, tobacco and cold drinks. j Mrs. O.'M. Burnett has purehabed 'what Is known as the Thomas Smith street, resldonce property on Clay Mrs. Arvlllo Bennett. from MrB. took possebslon Monday. Uarnott Mr. Kalph Davidson, of Hender Burton. 4 son, arrived yesterday to spend the Tho OlihT County GoodTRoads Asweek-en- d In Hartford. parsociation Invite all Interested : Miss LettleIIeil, of Bdfo'r'd, 'arriv ties to meet at Buford, also at Beda, Farm and Timber For Sale. ed yesterday to be the guest of Misses on Saturday night, Sept. 30th, to Situated on railroad, one mile discuss the lime and best means of north of Echols, Ky. Hettie and Ruth Itiloy. About 75 road from the end of acres, half In cultivation Mrs. Joe vomoerg and Mrs. Grace Improving the to PleaBant Ridge, Good house in good timber. Hobbs, of Louisville,' are visiting Mr. Hartford Pike engin with county and two barns, outbuildings, conB. Tappan. and Mrs. J. eer Benton and the overseers. Cornel crete cellar," three everlasting wells For Sale or Trade Nice Mare and and let us have a good road. 5 pf water, young orchard. 'Will bo Colt. Address DR. J. S. BEAN, HartJr.", aged, sold in, next 30 days. A. Alidorsor Samuel Branch,'' Ky. ' lltf ford, or'Horse fourteen years, son of our former ERNJEST BROWN, Mrs. P.b. McKenney returned t townsman, Mr. S. A. Anderson, has Hartford, Ky.j 10t4 Rockport Monday after a visit with received notice from the Patent ON . 4r Mr. and Mm. 'it. H. Olllcsple. Washington that his appllca, flee at For years an almost unsalable Mr. John M. Llgon, o'f Princeton,. Hon for patent for an electric hand product, New Zealand hemp, has will arrive tomorrow to spend the saw has been granted, serial num- leaped Into popularity and Is now a week-en- d with Mr, Vernon Llgon. ber 3(5,298. Mr. Anderson, now an great Industry. r Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woodward attorney of Louisville, formerly livhave returned from a visit to rela- ed at Hartford, and was Clerk of tlu Constipation the Father of 'Many Ills. Ohio Circuit Court hero for six tives in Henderson and Oweusboro. Of tho numerous ills that affect humanity a largo share start with Smltirreturncd from years. I Miss Wlllyo Keep your bowels regBowling Green Monday and is assist Wo havcT on" display" afull lino of constipation. stenographic work. Cook Stoves, Ranges, Coal and Wood ular and they may be avoided. When ing In the court furnish, you I laxative Is needed take Chamber-loin'- s Mr. Fred Robertson, of Earllng-to- Heaters, which wo can Tablets. They not only move very low price, considering tne Is visiting his parents, Mr. and at a WcJ tbe bowels but Improve the appetite rnpunt nilvntiCG in thl8 lino. Mrs. Joo Robertson, during the talc Oband made and strengthen tho digestion. to have gone on the market Miss Maltye Dukoreturned in heavy purchases before this advance tainable everywhere. Hussellville Wednesday where sho placed us In a Logan went on, which has will complete her studies, at pos'ltlon to savo you money by buyCollege. ing your stoves from us. Call and LATEST WAR NEWS and daughter let us show you our entire line. Mrs. E."W.-Coo' roturncd to Nashville Sunday, after ACTON BROS.,' an extended visit with Mrs. C. M. 12t4 Hartford, Ky. Monday. "- Burnett. -, Strayed France. The French have capturAttorneys Ben D. Ulngo, Owens-borV'erman-dovllleand Ernest Woodward, Hender- From my farm one mile nor,th o ed all the ground between and Denlecourt, on the one Ky., about August 1, one son, were hero this (we,ek, attend l:n; Echols, muley heifer, red and white mixed, side, and Denlecourt and Berny, on Circuit Court. neclc and shoulders, the other, south, of tho So.mmo RivMr., Fred May",loft,Saturday for more red about er, according to the official stateabout 19 months old, crop and Taccoa, Ga., where lie has a posiIn left ear, swallow fork In ment Issued by the Paris War Office. with the Southern tion as rodraan Information leading to- - her They also have taken those portions right. Railroad company,recovery will bo rewarded. of tho villages of YcrmandovfUers For Salo or iveuu4 uumia and lot ERNEST BROWN, and Berny"thn,t had remained in pos(between 5 and 6 acres), gentle horse 10t4 Hartford, Ky. session, of tho Germans. Seven hunand buggy, household furnlture,&c. dred unbounded prisoners were cap12tl Apply to X this olllco. State Fulr Receipts. . counter attackB tured. Powerful Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 20. Statu were, launched by tl.ie Germans Mr. FranirWthers, West Point, d Ky Democratic Presidential Elec- Fair receipts this year ran 5,100 against tho British tor for the Fourth Congressional abovo thoso of last year, Commis- positions on tho Sommo front. District, was In town Monday. sioner of Agilculturo Mat S. Cohen rovenue may Russia. A btrong offensive haa Don't falMo look"jTf J. C. Ilor'a. has given out. Tho net Thowpson Btrand not be increased, that much because been launched by tho Russians In Gatwo pens of E. II. Berlin rlnglett Burred Plymouth Rock on of some extra expenses. llcia and tho. Carpathians. L f ami Vienna claim to have repulsed display at tho Fulr Grounds Miracle Recti Wheat. on u twelvo-rall- e If you are liTneeifoTa" Wagon let I am offer- tho Slav attack Bearded, rccleaned. cap us supply you with tho Oweusboro ing my crop of this excellent wheat front. Petrograd reports the ture of 3,000 Germans. on the Wagon, which Is the best nt $1.75 per'bushol while tho supply ACTON BROS., market. E. G. AUSTIN. lasts. France. Tho British 'line ',hus adHartford, Ky. 12t2 Prentls, Ky. 9t4 vanced 1,000 yards on a mile front abMr. F. L. Felix, who has been and captured a powtyfjilly fortified For Salo. sent for the past mouth on ac"Quadrilatreblooded, 4 months old O, I. Gorman work callad tho Full count of tho llluaaa of his wife, eral." South of Combles, on the turned home Saturday, Ills wife hav. O. Pigs for salo. Apply Sommo front, tho French have carL. C. BRQWN, lug sutlhlently convalesed for him ried another group Of Qonnan McIIenry, Ky. tc and-balancn, per o, rs un-der: newly-acquire- Kl t Congressman, Ben. Johnson replied , .apto the WIUJams)larUichp,Yh,tch Wednesday. peared In The Republican several Eastern Front, Taking the offen- weeks ago before a crowd that almost j stVe on tho Stokhod River, the Ger- filled the seating capacity of the I mans stormed a stroiig Russian Court bridgehead and drove the Russians court room here ,, Mpnilay. was adjourned thqt tho Congress- across the river. ,More than 2,500 man might use the hall and many Russians were captured, as well as court visitors attended the .speak seventeen machine guns. ing. In Gallcia (he forces of the Cen frho first half Of. Mr. J0lH13On'8 'trnl Pnwum nltnrlinl alnnr tha Wa. speech was devoted to defense of the raynoka River and captured 4,2'00 WHson policies while tho latter half prisoners and' some enemy trenches, was consumed In outlining .the according to Berlin. speaker's religious views in reply to the above mentioned article. He al- -, .Rumania. Victories for the Teu- bo replied to some questions con- - tonic Allies are reported In the flght- talned In a letter written by a citi- Ing In Transylvania and Dobrudja. zen of Ohio county and received here Monday. Thursday. The speaker was introduced by The Somine. In mass formation lion. G. B. Likens and occupied the Jloor tor more than two hours. There was little enthusiasm manifested by the audience. . Transj Ivanla.-iT- he ' Rumanians . have been reversed Hungarian forces, by - Macedonian Front Tho Bulgar--- . lans have hastily evacuated Viglltsa and fallen back on Svedsa for a stand, the failure of which will necessitate the evacuation of Monastlr, Serbia. Greece. Greece nasi dispatched what is believed to be a virtual ultimatum to Berlin demanding the rea. lease of the prisoners taken at The time limit on the document Is said to have expired' Wed- nesday night. . Ka-val- fNMfcAMft AUTOMOBILE OWNERS! !' Lee's. Puncture Proof .Tires Do away with all tire troubles - Guaranteed 5,000 Miles Against Punctures and Stone" Bruises. 1.1 Ask your dealer to supply you or write Lee Tire Sales Co., Distributors 0WENSB0R0, KY. lt4 iWWWW tfMAArfcWWi 4 i BRITISH EMPLOY NEW ARMORED most fearful of trusting predictions CM UOMWSAIi JUGGERNAUT HWKKP8 KVKUYTIIING IN ITS PATH HAYS RKBORT. MACHINE KEPT SECRET Workmen Interned IhirliiR Construction and Intruders Warn-t- o Keep Out. of enthusiasts. But let us go on hoping. If not this time, perhaps next tlmo It may come to pass. Humanity has far nobler wars before It than those It makes ngaliiRt Itself wars against Ignorance, disease nnd tho elements, which it is the duty of men to wago. . o t. Use Club on Unfit Italics. Chicago, Sept. 17. A club is the solution of tho eugenics problem among tho Zulu's of Africa, said J. II. years a resiIJalmer, for thirty-tw- o country boforo tho Indent of that ternational Lyceum Convention hero last night. When a baby is born to Zulu pnrentB nnd it appears to be below tho Zulu standard, It is given a gentle wallop over tho head," he explained. "After that there Is n "ENOCH AIUIIM" ARE NUMEROUS IN FRANCE HOIilHKHS IIKI.IKVKD DKAD UK- TURN TO KIND WIVKS AGAIN MAIUUKI). ' n..l. O..M, 1 t TM.....A l n .r.n (By Hall Caine.) London, Sept. 1G. Will war Itself, which hitherto has resisted the' efforts of twenty millions of men on all fronts to bring it to nn end, which linn withstood all the physical forces of Incalculable masses of munitions as well as the economic strain of unparalleled national debts and the mighty pressure of the nomal sense of the world, bo terminated at last by its own terrors? The dispatch yesterday from British headquarters says: "Our troops have won from 2,000 la to 3,090 yards various places. this attack we employed for tho first time a new type of heavy armored Does it What docs this mean? mean that this new type of heavy armored car has produced tho asIf so, tonishing results described? what is this new and terrible weapon of war? For weeks past I have been hearing whispers of a now arm which would shortly bo launched on the battlefield which would drive everything before- it. News of it was a secret not- - to- - be revealed until the dny it came, into action. Nobody was to know whore or how it was mado or yet what It is. Tho men who manufactured it were bound by oath not to nay anything about it. To make atwuiancu- - doubly sure they within a vast area whoso boundaries! were guarded by armed men; every hundred ,yards. Once within, thcr were never allowed out. Notietis were posted warning Intruders they wotfld be shot at sight. Then I hoard that tho new weapon had already reached tho scene of operations Id largo numbers and that yet greater uumbcrs were to follow. If the enemy was to hear anything about it at all they must hear now. In a few days more it would be in actloc. Tho results which might bo exported would be stupendous. It was impossible not to be stirred by the- mystery that surrounded the now arm and by the confident faith of thobc who knew of its Irresistable power. It was a gigantic car, a juffgernaut, a moving arsenal of unimaginable'- - driving force. Nothing could stand before it. It would pars over trenches like flat ground, climb out of beds of riyers and walk over iiout-er- t as over anthills. In the inferno of its iuterior the men vho worked it, nearly nude, would be sufe from almost any force known to military science, except that of tho unconquerable monster they controlled. Such was the story which spread during the past weeks to those who could be trusted to keep the secret until the day came to it. . JIas tho secret been revealed In Sir Douglas Haig's dispatch yesterday? If ho wo may perhaps look for still greater, more momentous results. If what is said of tho new armored car bo trje, it may prove to be tho rnighlest argument for a speedy termination of the war that has yet beei heard of In this bloodstained I um told the power of continent. this new Juggernaut Is sucli that if It rolled up Broadway (which God forbid ) and was directed at tho Flat-iro- n Building (which also God forbid) it would bring down and roll out ut the other nldo almost as rapidly an 1 tell the talo. 1 am also told if we had 3,000 now JugUfcruaujH they would end tho war in a month. It pounds like a dream. Some will biirely say it sounds like niadtioM but few or nouo can be so Hkuplica! of this tremendous story ub not at least to hope- for tho safety of humanity and future- world ponce, that pleaso God It may bo true. War, tho accursed has stalked over tho earth hlnco the earliest days of man, feeding on its own ontralls and growing by what it has fed on. , It ban withstood the battle cry of religion, mortality and civilization and derision launched at it by common seise. It has even, by frightful irony of devilish fascination, turned these Adversaries into Its iisd uilvoculcs. Will it not bo u dlvlitu , triumph it tho monster tihould now destroy itself? Some of uh havo long been praying for the consummation that war by itK own malign developments might yet niko war unthinkable. Is this fur off event nearer than wo werc-.ln-tferncol-osH- al ro-vo- al apol-ogU- funeral." y FLOCK TO M K.V ICAX KM 1GH ANTS Tin: V. S. car." - Laredo, Texas, Sept. 16. There passed through the port of Laredo from June 30, 1915, to June 30, 191G, 35,000 Mexican Immigrants or laborers, approximately half of them Through all women and children. the ports on tho Rio Grande last yenr there entered the stato of Texas from Mexico In excess of 100,000 of these Mexican laborers. Immigration authorities In Laredo predict that for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1917, the total number of Immigrants passing through here will exceed 50,000, as present Indications are that the heaviest Immigration in the history of the port will take place this fall and in early spring. With an average of 100,000 Mexican laborers entering the country annually the cheap labor problem remains unsolved. These people come to this country to find employment In cotton fields, on railroads, in building highways and doing all kinds of unskilled labor. Their first employment Is given them by labor agents on the American side of the border, and they usually get a wage of from 75 cents to $1.25 per day, and out of this they feed themselves. In tho cotton fields, however, Is where the Mexican laborer thrives, is he, his wife and several children ill combine their efforts and a fam-.I- y generally earns all the way from $3 to $5 a day by uniting their cotton pickings. On the railroads and highways, lowever, only the men and older oys can do the work, while the .vomen, through their frugality, save money from the meager wages of heir husbands and sons. Within a ear or two these people generally, f they arc thrifty, get employment 3f a moro desirable nature than the lard manual work ot road building, md in many instances build humble homes. Quito a few of the Mexicans wander back to Mexico after laving acquired a "little stake" in the United States. When one goes evidences of back there showing prosperity he naturally excites the jurloslty of his former neighbors or friends, and the consequence is that these friends as soon as they can per-e- ct arrangements begin wending their way toward the United States. Immigration from The heaviest Mexico at this time is due primarily to the revolutions there and the fact that the peons have faced starvation and undergone many hardships and are only too glad to get out of their blc multiplication of domestic dramas of tho tlpe familiar thru Tennyson's "Enoch Arden," and Balzac'3 "Colonel Chahcrt," who, lost on a Napoleonic battlefield, returned homo to find his wlfo remarried to a nobleman of tho Restoration. , of ArThus, a Mndamo D ras, was informed at tho beginning of the war that her husband had been killed. Removing to Paris she waited some moths, and then married The household her brothcr-ln-Iais now expecting a child, and tho first husband Is on his way back from Germany. Charles lo Gofflc cites other cases in "La Liberte." Ho says: "In a small commune near tho channel two soldiers' wives remarried in tills way. The death of their first husbands was registered, and all tho papers wero In order. Hut these husbands reappeared one fine morning, both of them with amputated limbs. Reported as Dead. "Moro curious is tho tale of the Breton soldier, whose arm, cut off by "n shell was found on tho battlefield, while tho rest of him had disappeared. As the arm carried the Identification plate, Its owner was reportTho wife received n cered dead. tificate to this effect, and was permitted to remarry. The first husband, however, proves to bo alive, and Inclined to Insist on his rights." But tho most unfortunate of these tragic misadventures was found in Switzerland recently, In one of the parties of seriously wounded soldiers returned from Germany. A French visitor stopped before a fellow whose face was so disfigured as to seem no He asked If he could longer human. seek anything for the sufforer, If ho could seek his family and tell them. '"Useless," was the reply. "He is The soldier has risen to the heroic delicacy of deciding that, rather than horrify those he loved, ho would leave them to bellevo him dead. There Is a ray of light in this case, for the surgeons hold out hope of a great Improvement, and If It is accomplished their patient will give up his name and come to life again. "But perhaps," adds M. lo Golllc, "it may bo then too late." It is said there are 70,000 French prisoners In Germany who havo not been able to communicate with their families. The French law requires ten months of widowhood before remarriage. The question Is being asked whether this delay should not be extended, and Henri Ilobcrt, the eminent pleader, Is one of those who think that soldlcjs wives should not remarry before tho end of the war. pilot, who tried to reach land. Rockwell followed the Gcrmnn machine down to within 6,000 feet from tho ground keeping up his fire. Two German aeroplanes then came to their comrado's rescue, nnd attacked Rockwell from above. Seeing that his first adversary was well finished Rockwell turned on tho two Others and fired all his remaining Ho got nway safely, cartridges. though his machlno was hit many ' times. Why Enduro Summer Colds? 18n't necessary to have a stuffed head, running noso. To cough your head off as It wero. All you need do is to uso Dr. Bell's The soothing a. ml healing balsams open tho clogged nlr passages and In a short tlmo you get relief and start on tho road to recovery. Your noso stops running, you cough lees and you know you nro getting hotter. Get a bottle, use ns directed. Keep what Is left as a cough and cold Insur2 ance. s ?av;$SSfS: SEE OUR NEW r PALL. It GOODS NOW ON DISPLAYS No Room For Argument. V! "My Hues," remarked the pool, haven't always fallen In pleasant VJ places." "No, I suppose not," rejoined the practical guy. "The averago waste basket is anything but a pleasure re- Hwfo gggggrassi?ttreggpsg0graflxg s HARTFORD, KY. Clothing Co. & V sort." FATHER AND SON ARE REUNITED IN HOSPITAL story Hushvillo, Ind., Sept. of how William Smith, who left his family ntj Mllroy near hero about forty years ago, recently has been reunited with his son, now a surgeon in a Minnesota hospital, is being told here among acquaintances of the family. Anson Smith is the son's name. By his own labor he worked his way thru school and college and Recently he opbecame a surgeon. erated on a man named Smith. The two men becamo close frlonds while Fithe patient was convalescing. nally comparing notes on family history they discovered they were father and son. They had not met since tho family becamo separated. 16.-- ; Wagons! Wagons! Wagons! Ilnfnrn vnn hnv vnn should OXamillO OUT llfllicl made farm wagons. Thoy run lighter, aro made of the vory best material and last far longer than any machine made wagon you can buy no matter wnai price you pny. We also do all kinds of Blacksniithing and Be pairing, especially the hard jobs the other fellow t I can't do. Wo also make a specialty of Horseshoeing and earnestly solicit your patronage in this lino. X dead." How to Givo Good Advice. The best way to give good advice When othis to set a good example. ers see how quickly you get over your cold by taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy they are likely to follow your example. This remedy has been In uso for many years and enjoys an excellent reputation. 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GIRL GOULD son who somohow has such a happy knack of adapting herself to any No matter and every circumstance? whether she is at a children's party or a grownup's function, or merely a visitor, she is always Just the person you want. Hostesses aro only too glad to welcome such a person, for Immediately upon her arrival they feel that half their burden is taken away. Children always lovo her, and even those that arc shy and timid will suddenly "come out" ns soon as sho starts talking to them. She is Just as successful In the The girl of company of grownups. 18 will simply odoro her, tho woman of mature age will think her delightful, while raon are no less struck by her charming nature. Tho old folks regard her as an Indispensable companion, for she somehow Just manages to do what others generally omit to do. This Is sho always thinks of others rather than herself and her happiness rests in making others happy. I onto Biisiness (Incorporated; lit! it l OWENSBORO. KY Best located school in western Kentucky. Located ;; in a manufacturing town whero you do not have to J seek a position; where the position seeks you. j If you desire to work and attond school, write us. I 1 We aro in a position to got you work while you are in z school thus assisting you in paying your way. WE TEACH GREGG SHORTHAND, TWENTIETH How She Was Relieved from Pain by Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. thought? Out In alinoet afald to hope; al Ittirn! Viewpoint. "Them city gals that's boardln over to Hawkins' must havo thought they was goln' to have muddy woath-o- r Intor-counall tho tlmo up here." "What makes yo think that, Sir?" Taunton, Mass. " I had pains in both "They'vo all got their dresses cut elJcs and when my periods came I ,had , spend lars. to Btay nt home off shcrt, llko thoy expected to o from woi; anil suf- most of their tlmo wadln'." ALLEGED FRIGHTFUL ABUSES fer a lony time. IN ALABAMA COAL MINES One day a woman came to our house Montgomery, Ala., Sopt. 10. ConFOR FLETCHER'S and asked my vict llfo in tho mine's of Alabamu 1 mother why I was can find u comparison only In tho deMother sufTerlnrr. o t,o!d her that I sufscription of tho llfo ot Russian conAMERICAN AVIATOR DOWNS fered every month FOURTH MACHINE IN FRANCE victs oxlled to Siberia. Grand Jury and sho said, ' Why Investigation lias Just disclosed do. don't you buy a September 1C. Tho oill plorablu conditions. London. bottle of Lydia E. describing tho Two instances nro cited, ono where Finkham's Vegetablo Compound? ' My c'.al roport from Paris forty air battles of Saturday, endfa, a convict was forced to work with a mother bought tt and tho next month I a was so well that I worked all tho month 'another enemy aviator was downed broken arm, and another whero first German lines near convict suffered with heart troublo without staying nt homo n day. lam within tho wns compolled to labor In the mines in good health now and have told lots of auquols." girb about it." Miss Clakicb Mown, was tho fourth olllclally re- until ho dropped dead. This 22 Russell Street, Taunton, Mass. It was also learned thru tho Invescorded victory of KlUin Rockwell, Thousands of girls suffer in silence tho American aviator with the French tigation thut convicts wero told they every month rather than consult a phy- army. Tho next will put him in tho could "pay out" for $200. No mat-to- r sician. If girls who are troubled with class of those whoso names aro quoU how shocking or erronous tho painful or irregular periods, backache, crime thoy had committed or how ed officially. sensations, headache, dragging-dow- n 'Rockwell was .flying alono in his many yeurs thoy had been sentenced fainting spells or indigestion would take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- machine over the Verdun sector whon to serve, It Is said, tho convicts wero d Oerman aero- assured they could got a pardon uppound, a safo and puro remedy miulo he sighted a from roots and herbs, much suffering plane. He attacked at an elevation on tho payment of $200. might be avoided. Tlio Investigation was carried on In of 9750 feet, killing tho German gun-gWrite to Lydia E. Pinkham Medlcino Bibb County, where the Stato conwith tho first volloy ot his Co., Lynn, Mass. (confidential) for free guu, and probably hittlug tho ducts u coal mine. 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It Is this prossuro which prevents u - . Hlgli-Vlylnjc -- 4 modern submarlno descending ovon aoOfeot, lot alono 3,000. Eagles havo been scan thru telescopes to lly with apparent eaBo from 30,000 to 40,000 feet nbovo sea love!. At that height no human being can live, owing to tho rureJl-cutlo- n of tho nlr; How tho birds llvo und fly at far greater heights than man can enduro for long la n question still to bo answered. Bear-son'- s. "- two-seate- er mu-chl- Kaglos. Timrn nro two animals that nuz zle naturalists moro than any oth ers. Thoy are naiuros suumanno and aeroplano, tho whalo and the eagle. It Is known that whales oc casionally uesccna ub mucu aa o.uuw fnot imlow tho surfaco of tho sea a depth at which, by tho pressure of tho water, they ought to bo crushed flut. "Why thoy aro not Injured Man, Poor Man. "Do animals possess tho sentlmont of affection?' askod tho teacher. "Yes, ma'om, almost always " "Correct," said tho teacher. Turi?. lng to young Harold: "And uow tolf me what animal has llm er-- n .,tural fondness for man?" With a slight pauso tho little low answered: "Woman " A - ' i of thoso; experience lins taught mo ! that manufactures arc now as necessary to our Independence as to our OUT BRIGHT LIGHT comfort. If Jefferson was not a Protectionist, what was bc7 A Protectionist f$& W"t Contents 15 Plnld Drachm Is oho who believes In Protecting tho WAIl IIOJIU I'ltOM AMKIUCANH 1 producers in n country from foreign TKMs OK OKItMANH' IjATKST AliA. ill 7k. competition In tho homo market by For Infants and Children. J "" INVENTION. "aaKanaMaaaaaaaaaMaMMiMaaaaSia tho Imposition of bucIi discriminating duties on goods of foreign prorrso-'duction ns will resist or prevent their Now York, Sept. 13. A now Gor- importation. American Economist. iivir man "soft" homli, filled with a phosphorescent substance, which, when A Hacking- Cough Weakens tho SysIt strikes an enemy on a listening . tem. r a:.1 CENT. post or on patrol, lights him up llko ! Don't suffer with n hacking cough ..nirnt ArMini.tfren.imlionlorAV i n flaming torch, Is described by two that has weakened your system ! get l . JV'W ' nmbulniice drivers who returned last a bottlo of Dr. King's Now Discovery, "do fa sIrailaUnftlIiCiooaniMiK; acla iindilicSlomxtisaulBiMlsa week on hoard the steamship St. In use over 40 years, and benefiting TORdropprmJabiUhornaeroMacanon, jffiZ(Bwk&f&rfi jCstx. Louis of tho American lino, from all who use It, tho soothing pino i JLTorstor.pinachar(ing'tfriily rune, isorvlng In tho thick of tho fighting balsam with tar heal the Irritated air !' Wn. PrnmnlcsDWcsliou.dlcqfal-- ' f'rte'''on an& "nitration combined with H r if t In the Verdun sector of tho allies' nassaees H soothes tho raw snots. quick, positive action are the qualitici that have .i i..?..jMiirfT . i ft W n M $r&s!fOffi&JiP ttSl.LOUl.lUU"""? i.pco nnd front They wero C. H. Snyder, of nm, nrnvpn f1ln OpiumJIorpIuuBiiorlltocia. Umii!M . UMC ltt Pewtr AnlthtJwl RiPt Fit list. JwKMHV1 Nowport , It. I., nnd B. C. Johnson, of' ack)nB th(, body wm, C0UBhing. Dr, i:- (limply fttu triffrr for ttch Kot). lil trtht litminnltHt ZfS'syJJwiQKt wv i K(YT NARCUi"-- . without looli. ! Rochester, N. Y., Who haVO been Klng's New Discovery Induces nat XfGBtfWRB tonti mvy jTmoiiaiEums. , W Rintnifn UMC We 57J t(r.i Rrfifttr tin nV ' H TT with Illchard "Norton's American Vo- ural sleep and aids nature to cure gm irm of lu type Sis lotii wild lrf,i.lmmenii,nutiis JyASU TamUn Stttl' vsvsm nirart(c7inrtM.IliBiliVMlulMftr. jmS2JSjWB lunteer Motor Ambulance Corps. They you. 2 "' ',n" '" ,',0,, "fililil P " "" ytW'Sflt-AilstSrt- d y olhrr fc&i I home on leave of abr(ima Is th wotU Th priti of () In Remin- - flr It invc returned 4 ljfl"4 l UMC lli(K Powtr RiflwilbKilToiipo crilitit lMtrlimail Jr MilfiFmm I '"ilit JdieTfaw;I:o,i"yoc""l",ynl3j TV' sence. tho light, thin metallic shell h:i)ISOX, AITI2It VACATION, When I DAY SjJ by jaur liomlirf fcnJ 3,150 otlior leadlnf I A .I.K V, hits an object, tho Jar ruptures the Vlktrpranritr r ll - ... i I OIL. C7Mm,i7if I ml'n0 AM ij 'I shell, they explained, and tho liquid ,., lin Pitr Stlvint, Lulrttmt nJ Ruit Vrn(tfit, Orange, N. J., Sept. 20. Working 'T1iRmlntton Armo Union Mo'talllc Cartrldf Company iKnKHmlllf phosphorescent contents aro Ignited olghtecn or twenty hours a day him" " by combination with tho air, throw- self whenever ho feels llko It, ThomWoolworth Du.U;.. Ntw York H fWBJ W If' Mj I ing out a vivid light. as A. Edison, who returned to his sj:q TIipso soft bombs aro used by tho jacSimiknataot homo last week from a ride and Teutons for searching our patrols camping trip through the Berkshlres (1 and listening posts, tho porson who and the Adlrondacks with John Burn is no accommodations whatever for J I.I in II TTP. L.1U lilt serving to light up the entlro II 74 advocated a ten-ho.SIHIL OF NORDICA tcjichcr, and often kitchen, living patrol nnd furnishing an excellent roughs and others, working day for others. room nnd dining room aro combined target. In the number of "Reduction ' IS LOOGEB IN GIRL in one, with no heat In any other Uoth men dented British or Itus- - ; working hours from ten to eight does j room In the house. The fnrmcr and san tr0()ps had ,)Cim 8ent t0 tno necessarily mako for efficiency," his family have to spend most of Verdun sector. They said tho only not working Indoor or out, Uritons there wero tho drivers and tho inventor said. their time Ho praised President Wilson ror CLAIMS IMIYCIIISTS WHO ALSO eating and sleeping. Their occupaExact Copy of Wrapper. bearers of somo British Red Cross his handling or tho threatened rail THC CINTaun COMPANY, HCW TOHK CITT. i INSIST SI'IHIT OK DA.NCIM. In no way ambulances. tions and hours of labor Tho Russian troops. wfty strlko matter but gal(1 !t was MAKTKIl TUANSl'l'SKI). correspond to thoso of tho teacher, tnoy declared, wero in mu nuiu by the president's action, which Increases tho difficulty of fit- pagne region. When they return to not settled merely postponed. ting tho teacher's necessary habits duty, they said, they will seek tho tho farmer with any sat- aviation corps. They had with them New York, Sept. 20. Has the soul to thoso of A Qimlnt Introduction. isfaction to either. A good teacher letters from Mr. Norton, and their of Mnie. Lillian Nonllca been transAt a meeting In Wales at which lnutU spend considerable amount ot Al-n- o citations In orders for gallant- Lloyd Ceorgo was to mitted to little Lillian llatlson? speak, tho almost every evening upon ry In action. has tho soul of a forgotten danc- tlnio work, for which a quiet, chairman, a Welsh deacon, got up at was Samuel passenger Another ing master transfused with the soul school If riho mil nt Snnttln. Wnah.. whn In Inter the commencement or the proceedings room Is essential. of the great American diva and found upon such a room when she ested in the work of tho Belgian Re- - andald No Money lodgment In nn almost unknown tit- Insists "Gentlemen, 1 have to introduce goes to board l' tho country, Bhe Is lief Commission. According to Hill, InAdvniice tle girl? Thcsa nre questions which likely to bo considered "stck-up- " ror tho member and tho money subscribed to the work ot to you Sntinfac BT? In Htudonts of 'psychical research (Ion Gnnr boroughs. He has como exclusive. If she gets a room by tho commission from this country is Carnarvon New York City aro asking them-n'lvenntood herself, It Is often unhealed and too but a drop In tho bucket as compar- to reply to what tho Bishop or LowcHtNct for study in cold ed with the needs ot the Belgians. said about Welsh disestablishment. uncomfortable rii-l)avld Belnsco. who saw this "InPrlcos weather. On the other hand, If sho He said America was not doing her In my opinion, gentlemen, the bishn, fant prodigy," has been quoted ns Is forced to spend her entlro time in E a s i -- .it op is ono or the biggest liars In share in Belgian reller work. Maying she was "positively uncanny Terms A but, thank heaven, In Lloyd tho rest of the living room with "Thre$ million dollars a month la Saving of nnd was most fascinating." "It seem- the family, sho has no opportunity to needed," hts declared. "All that we George we have a match ror him toSlOO to ed to me sho was the reincarnation prepare properly for her school du- have done was to give them a Christ- night!" of some famous dancer of thu pant," From FacLloyd George laughed so much at P. A. STARCK ties, and Is also vury likely to be mas dinner and say, 'Now this must tory Direct PRESIDENT lie said. his chairman's Taux pas that It was neighbor- do you ror the rest or the year.' " unavoidably Into itelawx) saw her dancu. He did drawn some moments cbrore he could begin g03sip and fnctlonul disputes, not hear her sing. She was born hood unfortunately there aro al- Constipation tho Vntber of Many Ills. his speech. Pittsburg Chronicle. dancing," so to speak. SonR canio of which m together too many. Many of the Ot the numerous ills that affect Wo will ship, you a beautiful Starck Piano for SO days' free, trial. In your to her almost concIOeat with the Very Tboro. families In tho coun- humanity a largo share start with home. No cash payment required. All we ask is that you will play upon, usa May 10. better situated not the dotith or Mine. Nordlca, nnd test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do you nnd Itever A strange man had been sent to try districts who have the families, constipation. Keep your bowels reghave highest grade, sweetest toned and nnest piano In every way, that 1914. that seen for the money, you aro at perfec liberty to send It back, and we will. In you. to take a steady boarder, ular and they may bo avoided. When polish the floors. His manner was do not care event, pay the freight both ways. T j Starck Piano must mako Good with Tho Journal of the American Solaso that if a teacher gets a place to a laxative Is needed take Chamber- anything but energetic, and the or there is no saie. ciety for Psychical Research, In Its Easy Paymints' board at all, sho may be rorced to lain's Tablets. They not only move dy roared ho would not polish them Savtf $150.00 er Mirt Issue for September, discusses "Ike go 30 cash down, but t Of You pay nu can begin paymentalter the days We uhlp direct to you from our factoT, .to rarmhouses where only the the bowels but Improve the appetite properly. lowon trial, jou unot $160.00 Id h llatlson case" at length, and the Inprices that save you cpwtrdi "Are you quite sure that you accommodations can bo se- and strengthen tho digestion. Obest, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano cost of your plaho. We guarantee to furnish Mine. barest ference Is drawn the souls of tho work? sho inquired. Cotmanufacturer. These terms are arranged to you can you a better piano for the money than cured. "Tho Era or Teachers' m derstand everywhere. suit your convenience, and It Nordlca and of some famous dancer tages," "Warren 11. Mullock, In Na- tainable noire elsewhere. You are assured of recivtng you to buy a pfano for your Is possible for His Indignation was tremendous. home, without mm a satisfactory iwect toned durable high grade years ago," missing the money. "who died thousands of "You know Col. B's rolks next piano. e. tional Magazine ror September. 1 otareK CHIHUAHUA CITY 18 She is nearly 8 aro In tho child. door but ono?" ho said. "Well, I OH. Yea ftitsranfaa l . Uayw-Wiiri- a ATTACKKI) BY VILLA yars old. and from the time she vra3 Chnmbcrlnln'N Colic, Cholera and 2nd - Hand Bargain! you to them. On the polished refer ar Every Starck Tiano !. Starck We have constantly on hand guaranteed for 25 years. the best and most beautiold enough to walk, she was noticed floor of their dining room five pera isrge number of slightly used mi tha This iruarante) has back ful Plver Pls-Diarrhoea Remedy. Kl Paso, Tex., Sept. 1G. Villa atto respond to music In an unusual and sccond'liand pianos ot all market, sons broke their legs last winter and t'ou wm ue ot it our 35 years of plane This Is a remedy that every family tached Chihuahua City today with standard makes ttlcn In lighted with the many exexperience, and the repuway, and from Tier fourth year sho n lady slipped clear down the grand for new Starck 1'iaioa clusive features of these tation of an provided with. Colic and COO men, penetrated part of tho city, The follow, and responsible piano bouse. began, spontaneously, to dance wliou should bo wonderful instruments, anj 1 polished all their staircase. como on suddenly ing are a tew sample bargains i will Ik; pleased with the music or sounds Hint were diarrhoea often greatest lmportanco but was driven out with heavy losses floors" hhq heard ery low prices at which 50 Free Music $110.00 Weber nnd It Is of tho by tho Constitutionalist army. The secured. Q rythmic." 92.00 they can be Lessons Stelnway they bo treated promptly. Con- captured Villa followers were immethat Piano Book Free - Tho child has had no Instruction Chickcring 90.00 To every purchaser of I'SiyliiK Up Days. be en- diately put to death. Gen. Trevino suffering that must Send today for our new 95.00 Starck Pianos, we give free Kimball In dancing, but when 6 years old sho sider tho piano Landlady I'll give you Just three music lessons. In one of a physician arrives or was wounded In an arm. 195.00 beautifully Illustrated you a Starck book which gives tho most classic music dured until the best known schools In Interpreted days in which to pay your rent. Chamlarge amount ot informaChicago. These Ussuns you modlcino can bo obtained. Send for our latest complete This news was received In Juarez tion regarding pianos. This in terms of dancing and callsthenlc can take In your own home, All right. I'll tako the bargain list. Student book berlain's Colic. Cholora and Diar- Into tonight, Immediately upon tho will Interest and by mall. This represents In n manner wholly movements please you. Write today. secone year's free Instruction. Fourth of July, Christmas and EasRemedy has a reputation establishment or telegraphic comand without tho formal rhoea 1313 Starck Bldfi., CHICAGO ter. Cornell Widow. P. A. STARCH PIANO CO., ond to nono for tho quick relief and trained mechanics of tho ballet. which It affords. Obtalnablo every- munication with Chihuahua. operaDuring tho afternoon, tho Jamos 11. Ilyslop took her before where. m tor at the station or Sauz, on tho Ilelnsco. . lino or tho Mexican Central Railway, of Immediately after tho death twenty-flv- o miles north ot ChihuaLillian Patlson Is PINCHOT WIUTKH UK'S FOR Mine. Nordlca. IIUUHKH KOR PRKSIDKNT hua, reported that he could hear dissaid to havo developed unusual vocal tant sounds of cannonading. powers. A spiritual medium attribNew York, Sept. 20. Following uted thoso powers to Mmo. Nordlca's from Gilford Mixed Pickles. "Influence." At ono of tho "sittings," in part, Is a letter Pinchot,' dated Mtlford. Piko County, Halt tho world minds the other Mmo. Nordlca's spirit was asserted Pa., addressed to tho editor of the halt's busln'ess. to huvc "communicated" this: writing Now York Herald and which appearTea parties put tho "sip" In gos"I havo tried to do this sip. was bo much confus- ed In that newpaper last week: here, but there "Sir It Is tho duty of evory AmerUororo you count your frlends.test Nearly Made ion and so I dectdOd to wait, nut Bupport them all with a hard-luc- k talo. and 1 fear I shall ican citizen to mako and passes tho-tlPound Lifetime experience with best of workmen, and can J choice among tho candiTho man who complains that he lose my Impetus. Tho little ono has openly his That du- "never had, a chanco" probably spent By Feeding Liquid Stock Feed presidency. for tho give any reference desired. Call me on Hartford been tho center of a group or people dates especially solemn this year be ty is his time looking for odds a hundred Mr. Hugh L. Johnson, of Lewis-por- t, who havo a purpose to ninke real tho great events and great decis- to one In his favor. Mill Co., 'phone, or address me at Hartford, Ky. Ky., writes that ho produced iirtlstlc expression and there has been cause pork this summer at nearly 2, cents power ions aro certain to confront us durmuch to demonstrate thut tho per pound by feeding Glenraoro next administration. I give AVhat Jeffcrhon Said. Liquid was In tho hands as well as tho feet, ing tho Stock Feed. Hero's his raovo- - you my reasons for my own choice. friends never tiro Our Freo-Trad- e letter: iimi tnno and ccsture nnd to sco ma. of claiming that tho Free-Trad- e par"In tho end I canio ments havo been full of tho person f tho President Wilson has a greater pow- ty voices tho sentiments ot Thomas llenmore Distilleries Co., iV.lty of ono well known to (Hvensboro, Ky. any other man in public lUo Jefferson. We Knock the Spots Out of Things But does It, really? Let er than world." ilenllenien: I have Just completed the fattento say ono thing but do another and us look into this matter a moment. ing of u bunch of Iiokh uml obtaingot uwuy with It. Tho ructs which Iu tho year 1817 Mr. Jefferson ed the following ifBUlta with tho uxe of jour Liquid Stock Feed: Justify tills statement aro common wroto the following In a lotter to 1 had OS Iiokh ut the start mid 88 knowledge" FOR FLETCHER'S hog nt the OnUh. The feeding Bonjanilno Austin, and it gives us In puilod mu for 20 days, during LesFifty-liv- e typewriters. Pinchot then gooa on to enumerate, a nutshell what tho Sago of Monti-cell- o wliloh time 1 fed SO pounds of com French Dry Cleaned anil Pressed in a lU'J barrels of thought about Protection: sons oxplalnod by Moving Pic-tur- n lur day and the cum coating Liquid in no mild tonus, tho many rever122.90 Superior Manner. Stock Feed, mnchlnn. .Raven. blK De- -. sals shortcomings. To bo Independent for tho com-fort.nil the Liquid Stock Feed 21.00. n the oiiili'e lot of hogs I showed Hume Vov Tho Teachers. Seud us your Garments uml Huve g, partments giiorthaifd, of lire, wo must fabricate them dis uitiil Billn of 2135 pounds, or S2 Them In tho usual country school 'Uiids per day, making thut proTelegraphy, Stcnotypy, oursolvoa. Wo must now placo tho At His Word. Tnkcn duced my ioik ut exactly tl.'iO trict, no rcBldonco is supposed to no that manufacturer by tho sldo of tho agMubIj, Primary Normal. Exuvar So per pound. Father Julia, CLEANED CLEAN . Sarcastic beyond walking dlstauco from tho Yours vory tiuly, grand inquiry pert teachers. Modem equipHUGH L. JOHNSON. Packages called for nud delivered. Howover, It Is vory young man Riley has been horo throo riculturalist. w(j Tho BchoolhouBCi, mako our own coin- assured. ment. Position as to nights In succession, aud Jt has boon now is, Shall chanco go without them at tho Wrlto for catalogue Wrlto us for prlcos and special any of the scattered farm nearly midnight whon ho loft. Hadnf forts, or THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB Ho, thoro- InMto him to bring his will of a foreign nation? ratos on all rnllroadu. You will are clow oiiouih to UiokcIioo. you better A. Ivn Null, Prop. fore, who Is now against domoatic- - want tlilu feed for your hogs. his humo with un? ror tho toiichor, and trunk and mako Daviess Co, mmvaulent lO .. nana. ' ipwnui.i.. . nine . lin fnr railltnlmr nil . .. HAUTIfOlU), KKNTUCKY. w-- i nunuhntiiMn . juuusvui. ...iii ...UF mutt or ot CUaUC Ml Co. Iucttrjwjratwl Y ?..',.' ,?. ,. fnrm l.OUM Nt'tOWl! UUtf I? It.lt JU Wlt llO WHttl., UJ OUhor to deptld!lCO Oil thut Mr- - Glenmore Distiilsries InooriMrated ta ho chjthQd n QV&gJ!OIl0, KV, iTla reom qhouah to tako oaro of a but he was tbo twliful to a.k you. Mu Uttrtfeftl Kwb SulYibe tor Tii OwcMisboru, Ky. !Ittllr-fl- M l,ei' J'?'17 loarucr '" S- .. .,.. . toW. to Jew ,W NEW BOMB THROWS CASTORIA Genuine Castoria Mothers Know That - m rfSnTOAME MFJLES "P jir j7BF driMittl-Jownimplndiiy j ' """"!, it, ,.. ,... M R wsm Always Bears the Signature of Af In Rit?h'1 mrjfmR lr!lO "llfJfe"' J '"'" I mv !U u"i"r: mimios.n vr ai Use ur CT 1 (Z For Over Thirty Years CASTI or-fic- com-fortab- lo Stare k Pianos! Fact 5200 . ht a. cre-utlo- 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL -- riayer-JMann- s Mayer-Piano- Second-han- Hooray For Mr. Johnson 2c a Pork at fc$. IVUoflS IHUS. Decorator and Plasterer, i i Contractor. mo I Children Cry CASTORIA Ladies' and Men's Garments in a Bus,-College B lloolc-ltoopln- 1 J hti.r Z Wt, -- ,., wHr fy j - 'S lTT-- -- 1 W"ViaH3"M stfOWtfl " r Bwwia ,'nii h ; 1 t nt r T;ra t t r Wanted 10,000 in Attendance in Ohio County itf -- XI 'f-'-i J BAPTIST OTO-SUNDAY-SCHO- OL DAY 1916 September 24, .' I For Ohio County, State of Kentucky, and the whole South. Regular Annual Rally Day for all the Baptist Churches. Offerings for this day go for State Missions. 'W W . ' II :? f " 'I .K l . ., BIRCH SHIELDS, President. ' : t it i i '. WM. FAIR, Sec. and Treas. Ohio County Baptist Sunday School Convention. WILLI1S' COME large sum returned to the Treasury. the bill. Yours sincerely. JAMES H. WILLIAMS. BACK AT HERALD KAYS UK IS NOT OWUSKI) .JOHNSON BECAUSE OK TO beautiful "mare's- - nbst!', 'Inasmucn. as he" ha3 been putting large sums back into MGIOX. the Treasury, some of which I have understood, had been expended for school .books for public school of Columbia. GIVES" OTHER REASONS The editor says that (I think) they are Roman Catholic institutions. What kind do you think they are, Kcfer to "Potato Patch" Benmrk reader? It does "not make a bit of difference to me what kind they are, t, and Discusses Congressman's ' Becord. k the money has evidently been misappropriated as they niust certainly be private, and not, governmental In' In 1912, when this bill was specifically. If this is not the the liquor interests and rect 'dope' In the case, we invite their friends made a strenuous effort Mr. Williams to explain through the t to defeat it, It was not a prohibit columns of The Herald (free of Y6n will notice that I said nothing tton bill, but It had many restrictive charge) just why he makes this about Mr. Johnson's personality or The number of saloons warranted attack upon Mr. Johnson I simply wanted to know religion. was limited to three hundred. No ' through tho columns of the press." what he Is going to do about this one thou-sAnd to my surprise lie refused to and expensive egg' III ihe IgalOou could exist within L i The New Goods For The Autumn Season; Now 4)ccupy all Departments of Our Store. ; " print It. Hartrord, Ky., Sept. 18. 19 1C. Now, Mr. Edltqr, suppose I were the Democratic Voters of the a candidate for the office of Mayor Fourth District: m now, and there wag documentary ev-In order to set myself right in Idenco producqd, q tho effect that your sight, I want to get before you the City Council had appropriated the following article, which inspir- during my former term, $1,000.00 ed the editorial, Williams vs. John- to tho use and benefit of the Christian son, in the Herald of Sept. 6, 191C Church, what would you think of;my chances? No private Institutioii'hao Hartford. Ky.. Aug. 23, 191C. To the Editor of The Hartford Her- a right to public funds. Tho Church of Christ, of which I ald: I have been from time to tlmp In am a member, and myself stand four your columns iiowh Items from Wash- square for the public school, freedom ington, D. (.'., to the effect that Hon. of the press, public assembly, and the lien Johnson, from the Fourth Ken- separation of church and State. How tucky District, Itad saved the Gov- does Mr. Johnson and the Homan ernment and of the na- Catholic Church stand on theso car tion large sums of money. Being dinal principles of the American govone of the small I am alernment? ways glad to hear of such savings. It has not been my purpose to dis1 have Information from the Treascuss this matter from u religious ury Department to the effect that the standpoint but I was forced to do so disbursements on account of five Ro- by tho Editor. Now Mr. Editor here wan Catholic (I Judge fiom tholr Is tho "correct dope": numus) Institutions In the District of I am unalterably opposed to the Columblu havo lieen during a porlod kidnapping Juvonllo Court bill (II. from 18tl(i to 1914, $1,G8B,8S1.68 as It. S348) which Mr. Johnson IntroTp tax-puye- rs tax-paye- rs stitutions. .' ' follows: Providence 18CG-1U1- Hospital $1,327,G99.C0 4 House of Good Shep herd. 1890-189- 8 3G.572.80 St. Ann's Infant Asylum, 1883-191... 172.87C.C3 St. Hose's Industrial School, 1887-18941,952.80 St Joseph's Orphan Asylum, 1S91M80G.. G.781.00 I wunt him to toll the of the United 8tates, but especially those of the Fourth District, through your columns, what ho has doue to prevent these appropriation's from year to year since ho lias been In Congress, and what ho has doue, or what he will do, toward having this ... 4, tax-paye- duced in Congress. I stand foursquare against the saloon business.. I quote from an article In tho Christian Standard of date August 19, 19 IG, pago 7. "Tho National Capital and tho Saloon" by Georgo A. Miller: "In 1908, at the request of the temporanco people, Senator Gallln-ge- r introduced a bill in the Senate, which, with certain modifications, was finally enacted March 4, 1913, five years after being first presented to Congress. This measure Is known as tho Jones-Worlaw, for Senators Wesley L. Jones, of Washington, and John W. Works, of California, with Senator Galllnger, were directly responsible for tho passage of service. One of the animals got away, and Capt. Isadore Shulhafer, supply officer of the First Regiment, with a "D, and A." slip for identification, has been chasing him all 'over the nearby plnlns. Tho animal's number is branded on Its left foot. A "D. and A." Is a slip bearing tho age, sizo mid description of tho guurds-mafor Information of the camp If he disappears. Another of the mules scatterod a dozen of those who tried to brldlo It, by rearing upon Its hind feet and boxing like a kangaroo. Thp soldiers havo quit disputing with this one, as also with a particularly hnud-som- o one called "Gen. Morton." Camp Coyote, as tho Kentucky hoys havo named Fort Bliss, has a great population of mules, for tho Pennsylvania soldiers are trying to salt the tails of a herd as uutame as thoso of tho Kentucky troops. An El Puso newspaper says 1,000 of the Ponusylvanlans havo been Injured. wll play (mi Important Mules part In tho movement, In case there ls'such a thing, as they haul heavy Hartford, Ky., Sopt. 20, 19 10. Toads und carry burdens that are I prepared tho above in response too much for ordinary army horsto tho fallowing kind offer of the es. jtf Herald Editor: Sudan grass yields from ono to animus In the premises, "Tho real fs wo'seb it, Is not that Mr. Johnson eight tons of cured hay per acre. has failed to makea,good Congressman or that he has committed any malfeasance in office, but that his FOR FLETCHER'S offense lies In being affiliated with solely and the Catholic church h. n, ; 'Barrack"!" oc! Neither could a sa- -' Joon remain within four hundred feet of a church building or schoolhousc. No saloon could be In a residential section of the city. The license fee was placed at $1,500. The Central Labor Union, to its shame, Joined with the liquor interests in the fight. At the hearings before the Senata commlttee, a Jewish rabbi made a strong speech against tho bill, and a Catholic priest, th the name of his church, which had a dozen or mo.p saloon-keepeIn Ills membership,' fought It. However, the committee reported tho bill to tho Senate, and It passed that body with but one dissenting vote that or senator Martlne, of Now Jersey. Tho bill now went to tho Houso Committee on District Affairs, of which Congressman Ben Johnson, of Kentucky a Romanist, was, and still is, cnalr-roaThero were a number of good temperance men' on this committee, but wffen this bill reached the committee-room a quorum could not bo secured. Many other Important matters were neglected In order that this measure might not bo brought before the House." Further, 1 have on a slip of paper In my Vfcst pocket the names of eight good Domocrats, who heard Mr. John-son say wheu ho was down here in the summer, "I, have a potato patch n well cultivated and you fel-- , d 1 so lows down hero can jjoi tA'.H tar as I am concerned." I emphatically deny tho charge, Mr. Editor, that I am opposed to Mr. Johnson on account. prills religion. AbIdofrom alt'Uiuil'"tcll mo ono thing Mr. Johnson has done for tho Fourth Kentucky District, except to appoint two postmasters in tho same town in moro places than one? Yours slncoroly, JAMES H. WILLIAMS.J rs JAMES H.JVILLIAMS. m KENTUCKY SOLDIERS RIDE ARMY MULES MILITIAMEN NUBSK BBUISES AS ItKSUlr OF EXPERIENCE WITH WILD ANIMALS. I Ft. Bliss, Tex., Sept. 18. Several scores of eKntucky soldiers are nursing- bruises as the result of their experiences In the torrlfyiug art of amlng about eighty Texas mules that havo Just been nddeu to the In the two weeks just closing tho stocks of the store have undergone a complete change. Summer goods have slipped quietly away and the many sections now present fall and winter merchandise fresh, new, fascinating. Wo shall maintain our reputation of the past twenty-eigh- t years that of moderation in price. Jn spite of a flood of trashy productions caused by existing market cunditipng, oui patrons will be offeretl'merchandiso of intrinsic worth. ill-mad- e, Women's New Fall Coat Suits are arriving in great numtiers. Fullness and soft lines eex-to dominate both Suits and Coats. Suits mado of Seige, Clahcidiiie and Poplin seem to be used. Trices fiom $10 to 22.50. We would be pleased to havo yon call and lot us show youltlio Now Goods, Suits-anCoats. if I Carson S.Co IlTC3Iiror.ASE3 Children Ory Hartford, Ky. CASTORIA