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The Hartford republican: September 29, 1916 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1916 hao1916092901_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: September 29, 1916 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. he Jfctfxrrfc ftejwMkdu Fine Job Work. VOL. XXIX. I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 13 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1916. AIN'T WAR 0RFUL? tho Fourth District, for Congress.. John Haswell Is making tho most DOES STATE GET actlvo and cffcctlvo raco any Republican candidate has mado slnco FULL VALUE John W. Lewis was elected here 'In 1894. Mr. Haswcll's high chnracter nnd splendid ability appeal to tho votors INAUGURAL ot the district and a surprising numGOV. STANLEY'S PROMISE ON HPEXDIXG ber of Democrats aro declaring tholr. MONEY RECALLED. purpose to support him. A member of Cougrcss who falls to make a- - national reputation Is In servlco beyond a POLITICIAN PAID WELL rarely continuedthe voters of the disfew terms nnd trict see no good reason for continuing Mr. Johnson nt WashinglllK Salaried Kentucky DctuucratN ton. Jfovote Time To Cmupiilgu And Morrow carried tho district last Tliclr Duties, Too? year by moro than five hundred majority and .there is good reason for expecting John Haswell to double Gov. A. "0. Stanloy, wlio promised that majority this year. o In hit) Inaugural address that ho would make It his chief business to sec that Kentucky geU a dollar's CONFESSES TO SAVE worth of work for ever dollar paid to ItH employes, Is quoted in a newsBLACKMAIL VICTIMS paper Interview as declaring that ho will carry out this promlso even If It destroys his political prospects. "No man can Idle away his tlmo XEW YOIIK MERCHANT TELLS HOW HE WAS HELD UP nnd stay on the Stnte's payroll, If It FOR $15,000. Is in my power to put him off of It." quotes Gov. Stanley the interviewer as declaring. This quotation Is takChicago, Sept. 26. Announcing en from an extended Intcrvlow upon the subject of efficiency In public of- that ho had concluded to "accept personal humlniatlon" to save other fice. It Gov. Stanley Is In earnest In his men and women from being drawn demand for efficient public servants, Into tho blackmailer's trap, Edward of tho'C. D. one wonders why ho permits sonic of II. West, members of Gregg Jca & Coffee Company, of tlio most highly-salarie- d Ills olllclal family to devote their time New York and Chicago, admitted toto the management of the present day that ho is tho "A. II. Wesley" who was surprised In a New York Democratic campaign. hotel with "Alice Williams" by repHigh Sularlc Paid. Tho Democratic State Campaign resentatives ot the band ot Mann act recently exposed by Executive Committee, which has full blackmailers cliargo and control of the fight In Federal officials. Tho. blackmailers, Kentucky, Is composed almost en- after bringing West and the woman tirely of appointees of Gov. Stanley, to Chicago, talked tho man out of who uro paid big salaries by the tax- $15,000 In return for a promise to payers of Kentucky. Gov. Stanloy Is keep quiet. "The woman with me was not firmly in tho saddle In Democratic Alice Williams, but Bwda Godnian, organization affairs, and this was designated with his full a member of the gang," West snld: This woman Is under surveillance approval. Tho Democratic Campaign Execu- In a Chicago hotel pending the outtive Commttteo Is composed of Con- come of the preliminary hearing of gressman J. Campbell Cnntrlll, chair- John T. French, George Irwin and man; Thomas D. Pannell, Ell H. "Doc" Brady on charges of blackDrown, Jr.; S. V. Hagor, Dr. Mil- mailing West. French, who has used ton Board and Forrest Dutts, all of "Jack" and "Homer" as allasos, is whom, except Mr. Butts, are public said to he tho son of a wealthy St. Louis widow who believed him to be servants. Mr. Cantrlll Is Congressman from engaged In the haberdashery busitho Seventh District, drawing a sal- ness. "The language nnd manners ot ary of $7,500 a year. Since Congress Is not In session, there is noth- this band would deceive anyone," ing improper, of course, in his de- West fcald. "Tho woman proposed voting his tlmo to tho campaign. A tho trip to me. On May 9 we reachdifferent situation Is presented, how-eve- r, ed New York and went to the Hotel. At an uncanny hour in tho case of the other memthree men armed with Federal warbers. Mr. Pannell Is State Fire Marshal rants and badges forced their way at a salary of $3,000 a year one Into my room. Buda Godman hysterical. She Bald alio was that Gov. of tho girl, and that her Stanley attacked' vigorously In his a convent-bre- d recent campaign. In addition, ho Is parents would commit sulctdo over secretary of the Democratic Cam- tho disgrace. She asked tusm what she would) do to save herself from paign Committee. of dlsgruce and then the question Brown Is Another. Ell H. Brown, Jr., is attorney for money was adroitly broached. "Before I know It we wore in two tho State Insurance Hating Board, Btaterooms racing back to Chicago. drawing a salary of $3,000 a year. S. W. Hager Is a member of tho Wo wero kept prisoner three or four Kentucky Workmen's Compensation days, and then becnuso tho woman had been crying all the time and apBoard at a salary of $3,500 a year. Dr. Milton Board is tho Medical pealed to my chivalry to save her, I Director of tho Kentucky Workmen's paid them $12,500 cash. Several Compensation Board at a salary of days after Irwin, who represented $3,000 a year. In addition he Is tho himself as United States CommisKcgistrar of Vital Statistics, entitled sioner Footo, released us after they to a fco of 25 cents for every certifi- obtained $2,500 moro from me." a cate of birth or death issued. Mr. Butts Is a Cnrrollton business COUNTRY HANKS ' FEAR DESTRUCTION" nan. Upon thU Executtvo Committee, Kuneas City, Sept. 20. composed almost excluBlvoly of pubhero y before an lic servants drawing salaries from responsibili- Informal gathering of country bankthe taxpayors, lies tho ty of carrying Kentucky for Mar- ers attending the convention of tho American Bankers' Association deshall and Wilson. This committee was chosen with clared that n system of branch banki Gov. Stanley's sanction and approv-u- l. ot a few central financial institutions In view of his complete domi- would threaten to wipe out thousand1 nance in tho affairs of his party, it is of smaller independent banks, both probable that ho selected them, hhn-.sol- f. city and country, Tho fear was exAt least, a word from him pressed that tho finances of tho country might bo concentrated uudor the d would have kept thoso control of a tow large city houses. public servants off tho committee. Resolutions wero presented askIs It u DolInr'H Worth? ing Congress not to consider a probollovo Gpv. Stauloy that Does system. these men, burdened with tho heavy posed law providing such a In addition, tho repeal was asked of conducting au responsibility of State campaign, cau glvo existing State legislation permitting of Kentucky's taxpayers a dollar's tho establishment of branches legislaworth of work for ovory dollar paid State banks nnd ot national tion providing that a national bank them? It he does, he Is almost alono In might, control State bank branches. After a long discussion resolutions tho bellof. Loulsvlllo Herald. were introduced at the same meeting . declaring against tho collection of lLumell Winner. For the first time In a quarter ot checks through tho Federal Reserve a coutury there Is a real raco on In system. ITS pH mill WnJ stfl&BxTnlll -- 1 ' MiU nt Htnry In Patting SKovs con-rnitt- An-son- la be-ca- t" Rosolu-tloua-prcsimt- ed to-da- high-salarie- - r prominent and progressive farmers and an Equity man from his heart, fought to the last ditch to retain the Hartford tobacco warehouse for 'the HOLDS MEETIMG benefit of the farmers of Ohio county, was next called. He explained the reason and the way In which the local factory was wrested, from us. DISCUSSES PLANS POR HAND- - Mr. Well'er made an interesting talk LING THE 1010 OHIO COUNTY relative to the conditions brought TOBACCO POOL. about by some of 6ur fellow farmers by dumping their tobacco, and in . receiving a little some instances ADOPTED "higher price and then bragging ot RESOLUTIONS their sales, In that way discouraging organization. He closed with a strong appeal' to tho farmers of Ohio Sny Market Conditions Deplorable county to reunite and hold fast to And Condemn Loose Leaf Houstho good old A. S. of E., which Is our es Judgo Sluck Thanked. only salvation. . Motion was made for the chair to appoint a committee of three on resIn accordance with call ot tho olutions, and S. R. Blanton, L. L. committee, farmers of Ohio county Porter and Henry Plrtle wero apmet aUthe court house for the pur- pointed, after which an adjournpose of getting county orglnlzatlon ment for dnner was had, to meet of tho American Society of Equity in again at 1:30 p. m. in the basement better working order and to devise of tho Methodist church. Meeting called to order at 1 p. m, some plan by which to handle tho and Mr. Louis Carlco, of Knotts-vlll- e, 191G pool of tobacco, Saturday. was called for, who made an In the absence ot the county chairto" get In working conin earnest appeal man nn'd secretary Rov. T. H. was elected chairman and L. dition at onco. Mr. Carrico discussB. Bennett was- chosen secretary pro ed at some length the sorghum teniv Mr. Balmaln made a short op- question, explaining how the plan yields a profit to tho ening address stating the purpose for the call ot this meeting, closing his farmer and saves the consumer quite remarks by calling Mr. L. N. Robert- a sum also. Motion to have committee on res son, manager of the branch office ot the A. C. A., of Owensboro, to tho olutions report. Carried, and Mr. platform. Mr. Robertson made an Blanton read tho resolutions, which Interesting talk, stating some ot were adopted by paragraph after tho benefits that the Western States thorough discussion. These resoluare obtaining through organization tions aro attached hereto, aro as fol" following with Just lows: and Resolutions. what tho organization is now able to Whereas, marketing conditions in do for tho farmers by tho way of furnishing tho needed purchases for the Green River tobacco district, and tho farm and homo as well as profit- especially in Ohio county, aro de able disposing of the various products plorable and unbearable, tho trusts of tho farm. Ho closed by outlin- and speculators so controlling the ing a plan for handling and market- markets as to force us to sell our products, especially our only money ing tho present crop ot tobacco. Mr. F. K. Mosoley, of Owensboro, crop tobacco, at auction over tho was next called and made quite an en loose leaf tobacco floors; and thusiastic appeal to all farmers to f AVhcreas, owing to these conditions stnnd together and discouraging the, our products are sacrificed, our toll plan ot growing so much tobacco, unrewarded, and our loved ones .aro encouraging tho growth ot tho var- forced to go without the comforts, ious products of tho furm and co- and In many Instances, without tho operating as units. Further, ho gave necessities of life; Indeed, there aro. nu outlino ot tho effects ot tho dally tenant farmers In Ohio county who, press regarding their reports ot tho after tolling Industriously long hours tobacco sales, In announcing tho no- - during summer's heat and winter's ttco higher price sales and falling to cold, aro unable to provide meat and report the lower sales, creating a biscuit for their families but onco n impression, wcok, nor aro .they ablo to buy false and misleading growers. Ho also ex-- J books for their llttlo children to atamong tho plained tho origin ot tho law rcqulr- - tend school, or decent clothes for Ing newspapers to publish the full them to go to preaching, whllo tho report ot the sales and liOjW skilful- trusts, speculators and parasites fatly they evade tho law, Mr. Moseley ten as stall tod swine upon tho proclosed his remarks by insisting that fits lovled upon their toll; and Whereas, tho American Society of wo have tho power to accomplish whatever wo may undertake, that 13 Equity has come to us, offering to and help us secure a just and reasouablo right, if we will only suggesting that Wo take some notice price for our tobacco, and to finance ot our Stato and National Legislative us, thus onabllng us to hold our toestablishments and see to it that wo bacco from tho loose leaf Moors, strikhavo representative men from tho ing as It wore, the shackles from our farm to look after our Interests at hunds and the hands ot our loved ones; therefore be It headquarters. Resolvod, That we, tobacco grow- Mr. R. Woller, one ot our most EQUITY SOCIATY Bal-ma- - , to crs of Ohio county, In mass meeting assembled, renew our allegiance to HARTFORD TO BE the American Society of Equity, the largest, noblest and most successful farmers' organization In tho world; IN CIRCUIT Resolved, second, That we plcdgo ourselves to pool our tobacco with tho Equity pool, realizing that deeds, not mero words, bear testimony to WESTERN KENTUCKY ASSOCLV TIONS MAY AGREE ON DATES our Intelligence as citizens and our FOR NEXT YEAR. manhood as husbands and fathers; Resolycd, third, That we, the American Society of Equity of Ohio county, of the State of Kentucky and 1916 MEET A SUCCESS of tho United States of America do covenant and agree with tho citizens of Ohio county that In the event they. appoint mo A) (J. a., as tueir agent jOvcr Slv Thousand People Attend In selling and handling the present j? On Last Day Company Makes ' , .Expenses. crop of tobacco that wo will furnish a place for delivery of said crop sat Isfactory to the owners thereof, said A movement Is under way among (Continued on Eighth Page.) fair associations of Western Ken-tucky to organize a circuit such as are had in other sections beforo next ENGLAND WITHDRAWS season. Secretary Slmmerman of the Ohio County Fair , Company, Is HER TOBACCO ORDER authority for the statement and is also very enthusiastic over the idea. If tho plan goes through Owensboro, Adalrvlllo STRIKES OUT REGULATIONS ON Hartford, Morgantown, and Bowling Green aro likely to ba CIGAR LEAP AND RESTORES some of the towns composing the cirOLD ORDER. cuit. Such a circuit would mean more horses, better accommodations! Washlngton, Sept. 27. Great Brit for privilege people and better fairs ain has withdrawn regulations for In general. The long jumps necesthe importation of cigar tobacco, sary for those now maklrig the fairs Which American growers have declar- In this district would, thus bo avoided would ruin their business, and au- ed for the chain would be so arrangthorized Imports on the basis of thoso ed that It would be only a short distance from one fair to the next. in 1913, 1914 and 1915. The 1916 meet of the Ohio County Consul General Skinner at London cabled the State Department to Fair was a success In every particu day of the change. The original reg lar and. practically all who attended ulation governing Imports"- ot cigar; were high in their compliments for tobacco between June 1, 1915, and the manner lnN which the fair was May 31, 1917, wero based on the conducted. The company made the amount that the importer had bought expenses of the meet and a little over In 1915, a war year in which' .Imports and members of the association say wero small. Tho new order, accord- they are satisfied to do that well tot ing to the Department ot Commerce the first year. The same company officials, gives authority for practic- will give the fairs in the future. Tho ally normal Imports of American to- date for next year's meet has not been decided and can not bo given bacco Into Great Britain. The tobacco affected comes large out until It is learned whether or not ly from Florida, Connecticut, Wis- -, the circuit will be organized. Saturday, as usual, proved the bis consin and Pennsylvania. day of tho fair and over six thousTROOPS AT BORDER HONOR and people were within tho enclosCOMRADE WHO WAS SLAIN ure. The attendance was cut short the other two days on account ot Tho racing El Paso, Tex., Sept. 20. An un- threatening weather. exampled compliment was paid to tho was exceptionally good this year and memory of an enlisted man Monday hair breadth finishes wero not tin- when by ordr of Brig. Gen. Bell, tho common. camp occupied here by troops of tho Many people from Owensboro and Tenth provisional division was nam- Daviess county came over for the ed "Camp Owen Bleifne," after a fair Friday and Saturday and wero Sergeant by that name belonging to welcomed with open arms by Ohio. Infantry, who was Tho distance between Owensboro and tho Twenty-thir- d killed in a saloon last Thursday in Hartford has shortened with the inperformance of his duty with the pro- crease In the number of automo vost guard. W. B. Sands, n Texas biles and when Ohio county builds Ranger, is in Jail charged with the her end of the road it will, only bo murder. a short drive. Sergeant Blcrne had complotcd n judge system was a The nearly thirty years In tho army and feature of the show ring end ot tho had served In the Cuban, Philippines fair this year that proved a great nnd Boxer Wars with distinction. success. Formerly tnreo juugea made the decision. KENTUCKIANS MARCH Had tho crowd known just what WITH 20,000 TROOPERS was taking place there would havo , been loud cheering when Miss Nina El Paso, Texas, Sept. 21. Twenty- - Shultz and Mr. Jesse Burgess, both six thousand National guardsmen and of Prentiss, wero married In tho seckhaki swung retary's stand by Judge Wilson about regulars In through the streets ot El Paso today three o'clock Saturday a'fternoon. past the reviewing stand In the first When the entire audience learns of rovlow of tho Infantry division at full the unique wedding tho young cou-pl- o war strength ever held In tho United will havo best wishes of over six States. Military men also said that a thousand people. larger number of troops wero In lino m than at any other tlmo In tho history KENTUCKIANS I1UY 0( ot'the country, oxcept the grand reACRES OK ARIZONA LAND view held at Washington at tho close ot tho Civil War. Paducah, Ky., Sept. 26. A tract Tanned by service on tho' border, of 9 CO acres of land near Phoenix, tho brown clad legglns inarched In Ariz., has been purchased by R. E. an unbroken column nearly 20 miles Grace, of Barlow, Ky.; C. H. Brady long. Participating In the rovlow and J. L. Barnett, of Murray, Ky.; woro troops from Massachusotts.Keu-tuckS. E. Jordan, of tho Phoenix Trust Michigan, Ohio, South CaroCompany, of Phoenix, Ariz.; George Pennsylvania and Rhodo Island. W. lina, Dixon, of Orand Rivers, Ky.; E. ft L. Sales, ot La Contcr, Ky.; G. D. HARDING STARTS OUT ON Natchoz, Miss., and LONG TOUR FOR G. O. P. Johnson, ot Thornton & Lasslstcr, a real cstato Ky., and will bo Chicago, Sept. 20. Senator War- firm of Loulsvlllo, farms. developed Into high-grad- e ren G. Harding, of Ohio, In bohalt Tho land cost $225,000 and will bo y Hughes and Fairbanks, ot Is said to be one oMho bogan a Bpeaklng tour that will take Irrigated. It parts of Illinois, Minne- fluost farming tracts In that State. him through sota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, Nebraska, Mis- MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED SINCE OUR LAST ltKPORT souri, Indiana and Kentucky. UnitJames II. Brady ed States Senator Willie Heflln, Simmons, to Rosa-Lonand State Chairman Evans, of Ida Hartford, Route 4. Western Republican ho, visited Argle W. Leach, Prentls, to Audra y and declared that the business men aro lining up for Drake, Cromwell. Hafus Mlnton, Mcllenry, to Ethel Hughes and Fairbanks In that State prospects for Republican Phelpa, Mcllenry. and that Jesse Burgess, Prentls, to Nina exceptionally success the.ro ate Shultz, Prentls. good. FAff - one-ma- dust-stain- ed y, r head-quarto- rs to-da- -- rBtr 'A.A rjm; vjct rac?ar" --r- - 250,000 TURKS IN THE GERMAN ARMY NUMBERS OK AMiV KEPT SECRET FOR TIMK KV THE OKU- MANS. BIG HELP IN GALICIA Turkish KHto Divisions Arc OpposRus-slim ed Hy Tho Finest or Tlio Troops. Berlin, Sopt. 23. Tlio strcnRth of Ga-llo- Are You Looking Old? was whipped Into shape German aviaOld age comes quick enough withTurktors trained a large number of out inviting it. Some look old at o. near ish fiyers at the forty. That Is because they neglect Keep your In their long term of training the tho liver and bowels. They! bowels regular and your liver troops became very Impatient. young-wit- h to fight again and were wild ' thy and you will not only feel er but look younger. When troubled enthusiasm when they at last constipation or biliousness take received order to entrain for Buda-.wit- h Chamberlain's Tablets. They are pest and Lemberg. When they left a new army took their place tended especially for these ailments Easy to take and d aro excellent. there to begin training. MiHinrv ,.vnnr5. who have seen most agreeable In effect. Obtain' In able everywhere, the Turkish expedition In action Gallcia agree that it ranks with the America's 8,000 Inlands. The officers best German troops. Since the United States began acare men of exceptional force and ability and many of them received quiring overseas possessions after Spanish-America- n War of eigh their military education in Germany. Ithe speak Ger- teen years ago the Republic has so Practically all of them man, and many also French and considerably added to its responsibilities outside the American con.English.. tinent that it now owns more than r RibtslaiiR Are Veterans. with a population of I On the Galiclan front the Turkish 8,000 islands, import and divisions are opposed by tho some 10,000,000, and an elite export trade, mainly with America, finest troops of Russia. For the drive Of against Lemberg thru Hallcz Gen. of over $300,000,000 annually. these 8,000 and odd islands rather Brussllotf has concentrated the best more than 3,000 are In the Philippine Finish, Bessarablan and Siberian of which are less Cos- group, seven-eightdivisions and the bravest reglmeutB. Tho Russian artil- than a square mile in area. London sack lery on this front Is commanded by Chronicle. French and Japanese officers and French and Japaneso soldiers man the heavy guns. On both sides of tho Dniester about twenty Russian divisions are pressing forward. This large army possesbes unlimited quantities of munitions of all kinds, and prisoners report that each regiment has at least Wife Cured by Lydia E. Somn three battalions of reserves. Pinkham's Verjetable of the reserves have no rifles, but are nrmod quickly after a battle starts, Comoound as specifically organized squads fol-- i low tho advancing regiments and colDes Moines, Iowa. "Four yearaajro lect tho arms of tho killed and wound-- 1 I was very sick and my lifo was nearly od. The rifles picked up by theso spent, lho doctora t.quads are sont to the reserves In 6tated that I would never get well with-ou- t automobiles. an operation falling Into tho prisoners To Mi J&and that without it hands' of Turkish, German and Aus R2 rf I v.culd not live ono trian troops nro without exception i year. My husband fctrpping, well fed men and their objected to any oxMllont physic.il condition, proves operation and got Russia, despite her foarful lsses, mo some of Lydia E. is stronger today than at tho beginPinkham's Vegetable Compound. I took ning of tho war. Tho Gornmu and it and commenced uatriau commanders freely concede that tho Russians would bo Invinci- to get better nnJ am now well, am ble if they had u sufficient number of stout and able to do my own housework. I can recommend thu Vegetable Com(Mtipblf nfflcerri, pound to any woman who 13 sick and a run down as a wonderful strength and health restorer. My husband says I would havo been In my gravo ero this FOR FLETCHER'S If it had not been for your Vegetabla I Compound." Mrs. Dlanchg Jefferson, 703 Lyon St, Des Moines, Iowa. Before submitting to a surgical operaJAl'A.NIHK PAY TRIBUTE TO AMERICAN AVIATOR tion It la wise to try to build up tho female system and euro its derangePinkham's Vegewith Lydia their ment Compound; E. haa saved many Tokio Sept. 23. Bending table it heads, clapping thoir hands, burning women from surgical operations. Incense, and muttering a few words Write to thu Xydla E. Plnkliam of reverence, a Belect company of Medicine Co., Tjynn, Mass., for forty Japanese paid their last res- bo couHdoutial alr-droheal-wanted in-caI I ry hs the Turkish troops fighting In and Uukowlna was carefully kept secret by the German army administration until theso forces wont Into actlou but has Just become known here. The Turk? on this front number about seven divisions, , or 150,000 men, and five other divisions arc said to be on thelifoway Will Sloan's Liniment Relievo Pain? to tho Carpathian iuountalnsJThe Try It and see one application total Is about 250,000 men. Tho di- will provo more than a column of visions consist exclusively of picked claims. James S. Ferguson, Phlla , regiments composed of veterans of 'Pa. writes: "I have had wonderful the terrible battles of Galllpoll. relief since I used Sloan's Liniment After the Allies had been driven on my knees. To think after all theso from the Dardanelles Enver Pasha yearg Df pain one application gave o'ffored four army corps o Germany ,ne reuef. Many thanks for what The offer was lyour remedy has dono for mo." Don't and accepted at once, but the troops had iceep Dn suffering, apply Sloan's Linl- and carefully trained ment where your pain Is and notice to be before they could be used In conjunc- how quick you got relief. Penetrates tion with the Teutonic forces. without rubbing. Buy It at any Drug 3 About 250,000 men were sent to Store. 25c. where camps near Constantinople 4 German officers drilled them. They WlUi PURCHASE 1,100 ACHES OF THE KLMEXDORF FARM were equipped with German field . gray uniforms new Lexington Ky., Sept. 23. L. L. rifles of the latest pattern and long bayonets. Their fez was ex- Haggln will purchase 1,110 acres of changed for a new kind of cloth kel- - Elmendorf Farm, the estate of tho Haggin, H. James late met invented by Enver Pasha and tho Tho deal te to be It Is understood. called "Enverleh" In his honor, consummated on the return of Mr. Men Well Trained. Under tho training of the German Haggln from Alabama, about the ofticers the Turkish infantry became middle of tho week, It is said. The fit forr European warfare quickly tract includes the arm on wnicu The enough, but it took considerable time Mr. Haggin is now residing. to train efficient machine gun squads consideration will not be given out, and- still moro time was necessary to but It Is understood to be about $225 an acre. Mr. Haggln will erect a form a modern corp3 of engineers. All difficulties were finally over- $100,000 home on the property. mm come however, and while the army I P. pects to tho shado of Charles Nllea, the American aviator, who was killed whllo making a flight over Oskhosh, Wis. Tho ceremony took placo In front of an altar erected In a room In the Imperial Hotel, fofclo, on which wero placed a portrait of Miles and wreaths of honor. Headed by Gen. Nagaoka, the great friend and patron of Art Smith, each member of tho company came forward In turn, clos ed his eyes and bowed his head, clapped his hands to call tho atten tion of tho spirit, and then paid homage and burned Incense before him. The ceremony was exactly In lino with the reverence paid to deceased ancestors of great men. A memorial dinner was afterwards held at which Gen. Nagoeka declared It was tho American NUes who first taught tho Japaneso tho real possibility of conquering tho air, just as commodore Perry first opened the A country to foreign Intercourse'. lawsuit against the promoters of his tour for payment of Nlles bill at the Imperial Hotel, was settled before tho memorial meeting. JUDGE R. W. SLACK Austria-Hungar- y. Mauser-Maeun-llch- er j , - HUSBAND OBJECTS TO OPERATION I uaWiN Ilk 1 Sli Children Ory O ASTO R A atfvlco It will Bold by all Druggets. 75c. .? be called. Take Hall's Family rills for comtlpitloo. The other Judges designated to , sit In the case were, Judge Allen Cis- .MOTJJKK DOG ADOPTS co, who decided not to try the case; THRKi: LITTLK CHICKS Judge A. T. Patrick, who also declinWe also do all kinds of Rlacksmithing and ReBall-aed to sit In the case; Judgo J. F. Pansy, aged 3, whose parents wero of Palntsvllle, who accepted the a rat tcrrlor aud a poodle, and whose pairing, especially tho hard jobs tho other fellow Appointment, but declined two das owners are Air. and Mrs. Chnrlej can't do. 'jefore tho date set for tho trial. Witt, 32ii Converse avenue, East St. Judge Will Young, who also accept- Louis, has added two incubator-hatche- d We also make a specialty of Horse'shoeing and ed, but wired Gov. Stanley the day chickens to her litter of three earnestly solicit your patronage in this lino. before tbo trial, that he could not puppies and is caring for them as lervo; Judge John Butler, who re- affectionately as the Witts did for Respectfully yours, fused because he did not want to her when they took her Into their up ....a. .... ... ii. flU uu -- uuSo CI T . ;nomo rr0II, the 8treet8. ..Bi. n..l Tallinn Bush, wno was too busy wun nis Pansy is black and tho chickens wn court to act as special Judge. nnd puppies are white. She licks ButJudges Patrick, Bailey and tho down of the chickens as often as ler in declining, all said they did not she does the coats of her own chilwant to mix up in the light. Louis- dren. Some time before the dogs ville Herald. wero born the Witt cat deserted her Thirty-fiv- e years experience in tho shop. kittens, nnd Pansy took them In. When You Have a Cold. , . Shamed, the cat tried to take her 4 Give it attention, avoid exposure, klt3 back, and for a while nil was bo regular and careful of your diet, not peace among the Witt pets. also commenco taking Dr. King's Tho arrival of tho puppies made New Discovery. It contains Pine-Ta- r, Pansy willing to let the kittens reAntiseptic Oils and Balsams. Is turn to their mother. When the slightly laxative. Dr. King's New chickens were brought home. Pansy Discovery eases your cough, soothes saw them being fed near the porch, tubes, hopped out of her basket, jumped 1 your throat and bronchial checks your cold, starts to clear your through the screen, picked up a (Incorporated) head. In a short time you know your chicken with her mouth, carried It X cold la better. Its the standard fam- in tho kitchen and placed it in the ily cough syrup In use over 40 years. basket. She did the same thing for OWENSBORO. KY Get a bottle at once. Keep It in the the second one and then put one house as a cold insurance. Sold at both of them to keep them 3 your druggist. Best located school in western Kentucky. Located warm. e I AUSTRIAN PRISONERS in a manufacturing town where you do not havo to Our Amateur Soldier. MARRIED TO SAME GIRL "Now, men," said the Captain of seek a position; whore the position seeks you. a training camp company of recruits, Milan, Spt. 23. Two Austrian give the command to charge prisoners of war on the Island of "I will you desire to work and attend school, write us. double quick. Tho barbed-wir- e Aslnara, Joseph Heltlnger and Kav-e- r at yonder will be the entanglefence Lochler, have made the discovery We are in a position to got you work while you are in ment see how quick you can get that they are married to the same thru." woman. school thus assisting you in paying your way. After tho company had made the Heltlnger was captured In Albania charge, the Captain looked bnck and a year ago, but the Austrian military saw ono rear rank privates authorities, through a mistake, noti- standing of the on tho other side ot tho fied his wife that he had been killed. barbed wires. A few weeks later tho supposed wid"What tho dlckpns Is the matter?" ow married Lochler, an old friend ho shouted, "Can't you obey a comGREGG SIfORTHAND, TWENTIETH CENTUShortly afterwards and neighbor. mand?" her new husband was called to tho I "Shoro but you see, Keptln, RY BOOKKEEPING, Commercial Arithmetic, llauid front nnd ho fell Into the hands of lost my pants In a poker game last the Italians in tho last battle on the night, and theso I got on now ..In't Calculation, Business Correspondence, English, Com Isonzo. mine!" The two husbands met In tho prismercial Law, Spelling, Business Penmanship, Type- on camp on Aslnara and wero great(".mi'-alKComments. ly surprised when thoy discovered Dill Tho New York Sun says that Demwriting. their strango relationship. They are ocratic rule In tho United Stntes has Hie best of friends, however, and O'l.' i Write us for further information. slinro tho gifts which their brought a constunt decrenso In tho vlfe sends to Lochler. So far they size of the loaf of bread and Increase have not informed tho woman that In Its price. o President Wllsbn says his adminisI.t-husband Number One Is alive. out most of tho This surprise will como to her when. tration has carried Progressive platform and the Louis- within cannon shot of the wnrrlng visit thoro, but ha wasn't. By nil Kit- prisoners return home. ville Evening Pobt suys most of tho nations of Europe and wo hear of the rules of politics tho Governor .a Progressive platform was based on no movement among the peoplo of should bo a hcadllner ot his party's HARTFORD PRESSING CLUR. theso countries to erect monuments Campaign Spoakers, but so far no Clothes cleaned and pressed. Re- economic fallacios. Thou according to tho Post, Mr. Wilson has carried to their rulers for keoptng them out announcement of Stanley's speuklng pairing. Satisfaction guaranteed. out economic fallacies. of war. dates has been mndo and tho public called for and delivered. Shop Work If history Is faithful to facts It is curious to know the reason why. Rumblings of f complaint nro still Harry Sommors, through his over Ohio County Bottling Wonts. heard from tho Democratic Campaign will Justly record that Wilson kopt r, the Ellzabethtown Nows, urges, oponlng at Winchester. Tho boys in us out of war and that Jefferson ED. NALL. P'or.. 42tf tho ono hundred nnd tweuty thous, the trenches are complaining that . never robbed u bank. The Democratic cry that Hughes and dry Democrats In Kentucky whllo they wero waiting, tin cup in TO HUILI) ASK PERMISSION to n stand by Wllsoir, but ho warns them KV I? 10,000,000 ISLAND hand, for thoir allowance or soup, Is the candidate ot tho pubvote Is farfetched. Tho that they must do so without hopo their Headers were hidden under a Ho says, "They Now York, Sept. 23. There will tent feasting on fried chicken and lic knows that Mr. Wilson had, for of political reward. causes that appealed to them, ar- have no cuuuco for olllce, soon como boforo tho War Depart- Ico cream. either In votes the State or nation, for rayed tho German-America- n With Johnson of California, ment at Washington for approval u the liquor of Indluna, and Roosevelt almost solidly against his adminis- Intorests control the State affairs plan to build a new artificial island Hughes and nro likely to dictate in New York harbor which with tho of the Progressive leaders moving to tration mouths beforo Mr. federal appointments If Wilson Is buildings on It will cost $40,000,000. make It unanimous, the claims of was nomlnatod. reelected." v By all the rules of comlqop cour- Tho vicarious sncrlflco ot Mt. Cai- The proposal to uiako this altera- the Democrats to Progressive sup- naturo was inado port appear bh thin as charity soup tosy, tho Governor of tho Stuto should vary did as much to tho rule of Aution of tho faco of jhavo been asked to make tho Intro- - gustus Ceaser as a war made prosby u group of wealthy men and the during a Democratic vpatilc. Norway. Sweden. The Netherlands, ' ductory speech at Hodgenvlllo on tho perity does to tho rule of Lino Hoard has New York Harbor President just hold a hearing here on tho Spain nnd Switzerland are almost' occasion ot the President's recont Wilson. I y, 1 1 trict, Is favorable, the men behind the Judgo Kirk announced tonight that project must then get tho consent ot he will appeal tho case. the State Legislature to lease the Tho court ruled that Judge Samp right to tho shoal and then put in a son had fulfilled nil requirements of successful bid for the lease. the law In filing his expenso account. There Is some sentiment for hav Kirk claimed that Sampson's expen- ing the City of New York itself to j ses had not been filed within tho fif- build the new terminal nnd in nny teen days beforo tho primary, as pre- event me gruup pusiuug ine men ex-- I scribed by law. pect to incorporate in their lease a Sampson's mnjorlty In the race clauso providing that the State or! was SB0 votes. This Is the first case city get the terminal after a period to be heard under tho new corrupt of years. practices act, passed by the last leg-- : ' islaturc. State or Ohio. City of Toledo. ,s Lucas County, i Judgo Kirk was represented by Frank J. Cheney makes onth that he Ss Judgo Edward C. O'Rear, of Frank- senior partner of tho Arm of F. J. Chenejr To& Co., doing fort, while Sampson's attorneys were, ledo, County business In tho City ot and and State aforesaid, that said firm will pay the sum or ONE Judgo J. II. Hazelrlgg, Elwood Ham- HUNDRED DOLLAItS for each and ev- err case of Catarrh that cannot be cured ilton and J. M. Robinson. Judgo Slack was tho seventh jur-- , by tho use Of HALL'S CATAnim CURE. FRANK J. CHENKT. Sworn to before mo and subscribed In 1st selected by the Governor to try my preence, this 6th day of December, tho case. So much trouble was en- A. D. 1SSS. (Seal) A. VT. QLEASON. ' . countered in finding a jurist to Notary Public. I fall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally cupy the bench at the trial, that the and acts directly upon the blood and muGovernor's final choice was not an- cous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. nounced until the caso was ready to CO . Toledo. O. P. J. CIIENEV i j 1 question. , Tho board's recommendn- nous win no torwarucd to war Sec-- . rotary Dnkcr. Tlib new Island would havo nn area UPHOLDS SAMPSON of 440 acres and cover the Red Hook Shoals. On the made land, ono mile KWl'l! HITIT rilVTKHTIXrt long and a qunrtcr of a mllo wldo, would bo built transshipping sheds KNOX COUNTIAN'S G. O. I. and warehouses, railroad tracks, high NOMINATION. slips for barges carrying freight trains, and on the Brooklyn side nlpllfnpil nlnrn Tim nlntii wnnlit. lia uw .i I. . ..111. C... -- o , unruuuoiuu, xv,.,o.i. nn juuku ..... , rpnf ,.,, nf , 1 1. o i Qtrantr nt fl.i'n.itilmvr TJ.f....t ttf ui,n.a, ui uniuauuiu, luu IVUUUII If. Terminal seventh special Judge named by Gov. At tho hearing opposition dovclop- Stanley to hear the case, today dc- 01! from ronrosniiliillvoa nf thn flnali cided against A.J. Kirk, of Paints-- 1 Termnnl nml ot propo80(, now tcr. vllle. In his suit challenging the, . N j whlo at right of Flem D. Sampson, of this mml , .'Wilt I...MI OI.IFf..l lllll MFF.-- . city, to the G. O. P. nomination for for and against the project. Appellate Judgo in tho Sovcnth Disthe War Department's decision ir t- -. y 09SS!VSS9eM9S99S99S99SS9( SEE OUR NEW I ,.. 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Va to claim his share in his mother's estate, said to be worth $30,000, reached East St. Louis Wednesday. Meyers said he left Goldflcld In August, but that his ticket was only good to Ft. Scott, Kan,, and he Intended walking the rest of the way to Wheeling, over 1,100 miles. He speaks only the Trench language, although born in the United States. Meyers claims to be the owner of sheep ranch near Qold-flela 1,000-ncr- o He said that he found few French-speakin- g persons and was unable to get a draft cashed t,o continue his Journey by rail. His mother, he said, died June 15, 1913. His sister Is a teacher In the high school of Wheeling, residing at 1527 Charleston avenue in that city, he said. Meyers was given an outfit by Dr. George K. Hobbs of East St. Louis and will start East today. d. Ipoi )&! 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A brother of Samuel Melsenberg, the Chicago marine who lost his life at Vera Cruz, plunged through a crowd gathered about tho monument in Wald-'heli- n cemetery erected to the marine's memory and prevented its dedication yesterday. Tho brother, Edward Melsenberg, startled the 500 persons' gathered for tho dedication by charging that the society which erected the monument had failed to give the marine's -stricken parents the money promised them, "I will stop this thing If I have to fight to do It." Melsenberg shouted. "You can't use my brother's grave and body to advertise your society." ' The dedication was called off. Officers of the society Melsenberg accused, said no promise of money to the marine's parents had been made. body was When Molsenberg's brought home from Vera Cruz It lay In state at the city hall and all Chicago did him honor, His funeral was ono of the largest ever held in Chicago. Tho Mayor and State officials attended. poverty- TfEW Tf Ajiv. Thirty Years m Exact Copy of Wrapper. CAST) THE CENTAUI1 COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY. d n 1 ' dor with&ponge-moutene- r top that keep the tobacco bttuch clever trim at way I R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., the decision of tho lower court being sustained. Gov. A. E. Wilson remitted tho State's part of the two Hues, amounting to about fifteen per Fcltner's Jail cent of tho amounts. sentence also was suspended by tho Governor. When tho rule against Judgo Hargls was tried, he was aced In Winston-Salem- , N. C Starck Pianos in Advance Satisfaction Guar No Money LowctttNet OFFICER KILLS NOTED FEUDIST , . NOTORIOUS Flfil'RE IS SLA1.V HY quitted. MARSHALL WREN HE REMrs. Marcum's damage suit reSISTS ARREST. sulted in a judgment of $8,000 ngaiust Ed Callahan and James Hargls, and a verdict In favor of the othtwo defendants. RECALLS FEUDS OF PAST er It developed on Jho contempt proceedings that some mysterious person had agreed to give Moso Feltner Dcsith of "Rati Mose" Feltner Rrlngs $1,000 to leavo tho Stato' and take ' Ruck Memory 't Kentucky the other witnesses with him, and ' Mountain Tragedies. this amount, in fifty $20 bills was deposited with Felix B. Feltner to bo delivered to Mose Feltner when he Hazard, Ky., Sept. IS. While re- had "earned It" by leaving and fallsisting arrest near here; last night ing to appear as a witness. ' Suit In Started. Mose Feltner, for fifteen years a no. Some years afterward, Felix having barred. torlous feudist iti this section va Done by order of court at Its Septo turn over, the money to nhot and killed by Deputy United failed by Moso tember term, 1916, referring said was instituted States Marshall G. A. Slzemore, who Mose, a suit mo as Master Commissioner. Clark Circuit Court caso to had taken him In custody for viola- Feltner in tho OTTO C. MARTIN, attempt to recovagainst Felix in an tion of tho revenue laws. Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit overpowered Slzemore, mid er it. Judgo Benton hold that the 13t3 Court. entire transaction was "crooked" 'and lU.ulo a dash for liberty when the be a party still lying on the ground, open- that tho court could not WILL SEEK BOER'S penetrated Felt-jier- 's to establishing. the ownership of tho GOLD IN SHIP WRECK ed lire. One bullet "tainted money." That caso also heart. Appeals and tho I Court of OC Ann(ll(iP fit. -- " Foltner was a leading figure in tuo went to tho of tho lower court was I Tliifltnn Qant " " """ Ho attained judgmont Horgls-Cockrc- ll feud. tempt Is being mado to solvo the mys- sutnlned. I tery of the late Boer Presldont Krug- -' tromincuco hero when he was a witAfter the court refused to permit tor's gold, which is supposed to havo ness In the noted suit of Mrs. Abro-11- a monMarcum and her children against Moso Feltner to recover this been shipped in' the small sailing Judge James Hargls, Ed Calla- ey, B. F. French asserted a claim to vessel Dorathca, from Delagoa Bay u han, H. F. French and A. II. Hnrgls, It, based on vhat he claimed was to in 1S97. which sho charged them with tho written assignment of the amount in This Is the seventh expedition in conassassination of her husband, James him by Felix Feltner. Feltner pa-p- . search of tho vessol, which was Marcum was killed at tended that his signature to tho 11. Marcum. (wrecked at Cape Vldal. on tho coast was a forgery, and that ques- of Zululand. Sho .carried bullion tho Court Houso door In Jackson, tion was in litigation between him to the value of $5,000,000, which It May 4, 1903. Feltner was rolled on by Mrs. Mar- and French for many years, and after Is alleged, was stowed in cement. to cum to prove facts that connected one or two Juries had been unable Tho present searchers' plan Is to killing agree, French succeeded In getting construct a caisson which will en' the four defendants with tho him to tho ublo them to penctrato tho accuof her husband, tho cluing being mado a verdict which entitled attempt- money. mulation of sand and ascertain dethat they had solicited and After the Hargls cases were set- finitely whother tli.o treasure exists, ed to get hlin to assist In the filling. moved to HamilThe wreck lies at a lonely spot on He was horo as a witness when tho tled, Moso Feltner coast. was called for trial before Judgo ton, O., where ho ongaged lu the a heavily weather-beate- n case tlmo ho was At p i J. M. Benton, but tho next morn- saloon business. casestho here, ho was Valuable Possessions. ing It was reported to tho court that figuring in tho Breathitt Elizabeth and Sarah wore two llt-tl- o Feltner anil some three or four wit- undor indictment in tho of Jesse girls who mado acquaintance at had been "spirited n,wuy" by Circuit Court for tho murder nesses Fields. It was claimed that a part school. Ono day they were playing tho defendants during tho night. tho together and began boasting of their for leaving of his incentive Citations Are Made. missing wit- Stato as a witness In tho Marcum case possessions. Feltner and tho other In "Wo" koop four servants," said Elinesses were located In Cincinnati, was u promise that tho defendants tho case hero would assist him in his zabeth proudly, "and havo got two ublo to but tho plaintiff was not charge. automobiles and a great big house. their attendance aa witnesses defense on, tho murder wero Jcsbo Fields was one of tho chief Now what havo you got?" Citations during tho trial. B. F. French in tho Sarah hesitated for a mqment.thcn n warded by tho court'agalnst tho four JteutondntB of feud in Perry Couiw with equal prldo, replied': "We've damago French-Eversol- o defendants .In tho Marcum up- ty, and was eoirvlcted at ono time in got a skunk under our barn." ault for contempt of court, based had dis- tho Knox Circuit Court for the ason tho fuct that tho witnesses Hazappeared, and a citation also was sassination of Josluh Combs, at Joo of Feltner, a ard, who was tho father-in-laawarded against Felix B. FOR FLETCHER'S of 'the Eversolo cousin of Moso, who was supposed Eversole, tho leader I procuring the faction. to havo been active In 8lnco tho murder of Marcum.Judga to leave, and possibly acwitnesses Not DlfTcmit. Juines Hargls was killed by hls-socompanied them to Cincinnati. Jack-Bo"What sort of a woman is Perkins' contempt proceedings 'Beach Hargls, In his utoro lu When this On .May i, 1012, on tho ninth wjjo?" against Felix Fellner" wnn.trlort. ho killing "of Mar-w"Tho ordinary kind. I guess Por-UIimA, ttnod $3,000 and given two years anniversary of tho htifus much trouble, with her as Ed Calla'huu was asbasjluatcd against in Jail. When the citation tried, h was lined $G,- -' from umlrtuli whijo ut work lu tils Uie rest of us.do with our wives," French wits B. F. French SetroU Fro Press, ycfctUB.iBe. Appeals' lu both eso rctuU ttort U v (BOO. -of-Jk- died nt his home in this city in January of 1914. Senator A. II. Hargls, tho only remaining one of the defendants In the Marcum case, Is owner of a bank and a prosperous citizen of Jackson. n NOTICE. fOhIo Circuit Court. R. H. Spurrier, and John Spurrier, Admrs. of the estate of S. J. Welter, deceased, Plaintiffs, vs. Notice. Mary F. Weller, et al., Defendants. All persons, firms and corporations having' claims against tho of S. J. Weller, deceased, are notified to present the same' to me at my olIJco In Hartford, Ky., properly verified, on or before tho first day of Novomber, 1916. I will be In my office until said date to receive, hear proof of and audit All claims against said estate. claims not filed by said date will be es-ta- to anteod Fn ct 'jvy Prices Ban! ...it TcrniH A P. A. STARCK PRESIDENT Saving of SlOO to 520OFacFrom tory Direct IN YOUR OWN HOME Wo will ship you a beautiful Slarck Piano for SO days' freo trial, In( your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, use and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not And It the highest grade, sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are at perfec liberty to send It back, and we will. In that eent, pay the freight both ways. T ti Starck Piano must make cood with you. or were is nu saie. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL r Mart Sava $150.00 Wc fcliip direct to you from our factory, price that cave you upwards of $150.00 in he cost of your piano. We guarantee to furnish t Easy Paymints but after 30 days ot trial, you can begin payment on the low. est, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms ure arranged to suit your convenience, and It Is possible for ypu to buy a piano for your home, without mistfi'g the. money. ' s You pay no cash down, yea a better piano tsr tbe raocey than )ou can (trare eltcnbere. You are assured of rrcetrine a utUfjctcry reset toned durable hich grade piano. 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Call me on Hartford control maintained over the airship Mill Co., 'phone, or address me at Hartford, Ky. 5 proved their contention as to the practical worth of tho planes for their purposes in handling a Ilghter-than-a- lr machine without motive power. Tho balloon was shot at over a of Things farm In Green County, the pilots We Knock the Spots Out said, but ballast was thrown overboard and tho machine rose out of range without suffering damage. Washington bare constantly on band farze number ot ibsjhtly used second-han- d piano ot all and standard makes taken In exnew Starck Pianos change for Tbe follow, and I'laycr-PIanoinz are a few cample bargains! Yl Starck riaycr-Plano- s art the best and irowt beautiful PlTef PU- - on tha "ou wju De market. lighted with the many exclusive features of these wonderful Instruments, and will be pleased with the ny low prices at which they can tie seen red. A 1i I' it X THOS. E. MOSS Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. I w Children Cry OASTO R A All Fixed. French Dry Cleaned and Tressed in a "Woll.my son, now that 1'vo paid Superior Manner, your debts you can make a new Send us your Garments and Have start.' Them "Thank you, father. I guess my credit will bo good for qulto a while CLEANED CLEAN now." Packages called tor and delivered. i Ladies' and Men's Garments ' typewriters. sons explained by Moving machine. Seven big Flfty-flv- o II Shorthand, Co. Incorporated OWENSlKiRO, ICY. LesPio-turo De- partments Book- n. ih Wlioro Needed. An Irishman on hoard a steamboat for tlie Hr$t tlmo seeing life preservers, asked what thoy wero, and "Thin, why bjrtug tuhl, remarked: don't yo nut tftlm Hi tUe hospitals, wli r people U dln 'an' dytn all the tv)..J. ' o THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB A. Ivh Nail, Prop. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Subscribe fur The Hartford 1.00 ier year. keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Music, Primary Normal. Export teachers. Modern equipment. assured. Position Write for catalogue. Daviess Bus. College miriWi nri)i.-to- M wjaffwuwwmwww jiJW" wi'awgr: It Is up to s to do what we can without aid from that source. Every cit- OUSTED COLONEL izen, living along tke Owensboro to Uw t th PotoBI road should be Interested In these JfeUrml acrordln BECOMES A HERO nisll mutUr ot the Mcond meetings and they should attend Hurttoro, Kj.. tlMi, with enthusiasm and a willing armed spirit. The Good Roads Association tmirni Let all 11RAVERV IN FOREIGN LEGION rs,xs-r.-- M who travel this road, or. ever expect WINS BACK POST FOR CASHto to. turn out Saturday night and asIERED MAN. all communications Address sist In the cause. The Hartford Republican. Hartford Republican. h her father, Mr, Chapman's birthday. Quite a number of friends and relatives were present. Scliroetcr, of Hartford photographed sixty-eight- i svMeraerefisvs0 j j "- -" i OCTOBER. Every young man has We look forward to some months he is going with expectancy; others rush upon We us with their sunshlnny days before fall and Bn lnc" Loculn nnd Xotlcw 10c rr line nml 5e we are aware that they are due; still line for neh additional In.r rtlon. of all OWtnnrle. Hmolutlonn and Card ol Think 1c others Just come, "not wanted, not linn, monejr In adrnnr. October, like some big dreaded,' but ptr new and add on old tttr. tint otlir Cbrrh .Votlw. tor flat animal, seems to be always slip r Iln idrcrtlMmmt. Friday. embodiWhen we think of October we no ping. Our New inonymot.. commnniration, wtn Miss Ellyc Rhodes is seriously III ntton . have visions of dead corn, leaves and London, Sept. (Correspondence) new in of of tuberculosis. October Is the ser- frosty pumpkins All England Is ringing with tho and There will be a TBiSTltOiraO. went whose fangs sling forth the pol We models and story of Lieutenant Colonel John Columbus Dam exercises given nt sonous frost and slay the things creone of the strang Taylor Field on October 12. Messrs. fFord Elklngton for young you new ated by April showers and spring. est romances of this strange world Ozna Shults and A. D. Kirk, ot HartNobody loves October but everyhuold and mid- men. We can war.. If Is the FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21). body has to have It. It's a disease man story of another man .who "came ford, will entertain with appropriate The school extends to addresses. aic-agc- a nn snrinm will nrevent and about the wen. g back." i all a hearty welcome. Bring a well- best thing to do is to look for some REPUBLICAN TICKET. from fllled dinner basket and come along. Dismissed by court-martigood points In Its favor. What more the army ho had served for nearly Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Hlnes renatural course would we choose than thirty years, just as his regiment For President, turned to Canalon, Mo after a vtslt (he rural districts late some to visit CHARLES EVANS HUGHES. was going into action In France In afternoon, and see really what Oc- the closing months of 1914, this ot several weeks among friends nnd For Vice President, relatives. tober has to offer. English officer, disgraced at a time CHARLES WARREN FAIRBANKS. Sir. Arnold Hlnes and wife came It's not exactly what one would of life when the chances of fate weigh For Congress, special-- , beautiful, but more properly pic- heaviest against a man fighting for from Canalon last week to make call JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. turesque to see the harvest In Us last suddenly lost honor, found refuge their home In Ohio county. High-grad- e Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sharp accom and full satisfacFor County Attorney, stand, the undreamed of colors ot In that queerest of all military orpanied by their son, Conway, return A. D. KIRK. the leaves as they battle against that ganizations, the foreign legion of you in for ed to their home near Whltesvllle, last whirling journey, some giving France. Sunday, After a few days' visiting at pay. ,. up and making a spiral to the earth , Enlists as Private. nU this placo. to tak, their places among the mil ditch the to and Lost in the mazes ot the western Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Funk, Sunny-dallions. They have a purpose yet to Borcme region. battlefields, a mere leglonalre In the nnd Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Ralph, fulfill to add humus to the soil Elklngton, late of the of Dundee, attended the funeral of perhaps for other plants to use. Ev ranks, Colonel It is almost time to stop swatting ery thing going on Is being done for Royal Warwlckshlres, was all but Mrs. Patton Sunday. forgotten. None of his old friends, the fly and begin to think about your W. S. Edge, of this place, while While we marvel at the n nnrnose. Christmas shopping. his fellow officers, none of the men playing k some with ' scene we are not Jubilant as when who had seen him win the queen's -children, happened to. conceal himself young and blooming. We will things are green and " medal for valor In South Africa, none too near a colony ot wasps located In About all we know about the Bre- are sad because things arc dying up a of these knew that Elklngton was some hay. Tho enraged wasps stung men is that she is between the devil dying that other things may live. out there "somewhere In France" him quite near the eye. deep blue sea. He lefV and the show you is all we Then come thoughts from the recklessly winning his way back. the scene without further ceremony. and one Is lost In the And all that but we depths, Paper is up will We know But now Elklngton Is back In Eng- The accident he admits was not so , all. Such thoughts don't have" to worry about being grandeur of it they are of things land. Pinned on his breast are two tragic as it then seemed. are beneficial for be well all who blackmailed for $15,000. of the coveted honors of France to Went Miss Gertrude Taylor worth while. military Owensboro Bhopplnfc last week. tho military modal and the "" How we can get there is the only The thinking, dreaming month will cfoss, but most valued possession The Infant of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil greater problem than how we can slip In Sunday, of all Is a bit of paper which wipes SlcVens Wat burled at St. Mary's stay away from the scene of the. out the errors of the past a procla- cemetery, near Whltesvllle, Sunday. Stevens Burnett. series. world's mation from the official London GaIntimate friends in Hartford have zette announcing that the king has wedding I After six jurists had declined the received invitations to the graciously approved the. reinstate STRAY STREAKS. job Judg'e Slack went to Barbour-vill- e of Miss Alice Eaton Burnet ana Elklngton in the Tuesday after- (By Fluke McFluke.) last week and decided the Elbert Cecil Stevens pnlnnP, wlfh h,3 contest In favor of the lat- noon. October 10, at the Baptist f church In Allensvllle ter. Ma pniiant conduct while serving In Our wire, in addition to feeding us Miss Burnett and Mrs. Stevens for- ranks of the foreign legion of Americans who own property in .1.. 1l..n,1 I. 1Tnitfnnl jiml tho ail- - the fairly "well curries us occasionally. French army." Mexico are told that they may go nouncement of their approaching the Returned to Old Post. back to their interests after being very interesting to their to their own country north of Krus-ogra- d age is Of course the lady who lost th'i Not only has Colonel Elklngton diamond ring at tho fair last week LATEST warned to leave by President Wil-- j frlGnd8 i,ere- - Mr. Stevens is now a while tho French have peneWAR NEWS son. I'm not going back to mine. r,BntiRt mtnister and Is located in been restored to the army, but he ha3 Just before or after having her fortrated Petorak. regiment, zny mine, just yet for minor reas Louisville. His mother, Mrs. Laura been reappointed In his old tune told was fully prepared for tho ons. of Hartford the Royal Warwlckshlres, In which dawning of the fact ot the loss. WetlncMlny. Stevens. Is a resident Monday. served before him. ' Frnnro. The town of Comities Is . and the young minister is a frequent his father Air Battles. Two Zeppelins met Mr. Hughes Is winning votes by the visitor. In this same London Gazette at entirely In the hands of the Angld-Fren' As wo were coming from the post end of October, 1914, had appear- office on that windy Wednesday Just their fato at the hands of the Britthousands dally for the Republican the . forces. Tho French also havo gunners on tho easted the crushing announcement that behind a bunch ot ladles dressed In ish ticket with his fearless, forceful ar- TO ORGANIZE MISSIONARY' ndvnnced further north of Frcgl-cour- t. ern coast of England In Essex ntter cashiered by senHo is having great guments. high-u- p Along the Bethune road the SOCIETIES IN THE COUNTY Elklngton had been skirts, we busted a fleet ot twelve or fifteen airships l. What the latest tence of general crowds to hear him on his second additional our gallowses unconsciously trying had visited London and other points French have gnlned was did not appear at the lap of the campaign and he looks tp I ground. A vast stock of munitions pull our trousers down. The Superintendent of the Wom- his error Saturday night dropping bombs. One alluded to in to been be a certain winner. provisions was captured In Coman's Missionary work In the Ohio time and has not of honor. of tho machines, with Its entire crew, and County Association, asks the various his returned hour If a gentleman breaks his collar was burned In midair. Tho other bles, and the town was found filled Hon. W. E. Andrews, who will court-martithe front at It was a county to allow her bone he is forced to stay in but It I was brought down damaged and Its with German dead, the Paris report speak at Hartford Monday afternoon churches In this visiting the ladles at a time when the first rush ot war makes no difference with a lady as (crew rethe privilege of taken prisoners. In the metro states. Tho London War Office time and at Fordsyllle Monday night. Is was engulfing Europe and llttlo repute. Being for- with the view of organizing mission- could be wasted upon an Incident of she rarely ever puts any thing upon politan district of London twenty-eig- ports tho occupation by tho British Nation-wid- e of A postal card, with that portion of her anatomy but men, women and children wero of the Important town ot Thlepval mer assistant auditor the Nebraskan ary societies. this sort. The charge. It now Is paint and powder. Suquestion the date arranged will bring the wounded. Out- 'on the northwestern end of the killed nnd ninety-nin- e Is well posted on the tariff In any way The Narrows Society stated, did not- reflect 'Sommc front, tho high rldgo to the side ot London two persons met and his addresses will be exceeding- perintendent. personal courage. upon the officer's had a pleasant afternoon meeting Ike Sauderfur says the next time death und eleven were injured. Con- jeast of It nnd a strongly fortified rely interesting. But with fallen fortunes he passed he works for the Ohio County Fair on the ISth, with a visit from tho damage was dono doubt. may encourage quietly out of the army and enlisted Co., he will do no auditing or work siderable material John P. Haswell, Jr., Republican Superintendent. It by bombs in London and tho outlyin tho Legion that corps where j Greece. Unofficial say advices candidate for Congress from the some to know that the work of the thousands of brave but broken men a minute after the fair Is over. ing districts. (that the belief Is expressed In Ath-eFourth District has made over thir- women in this association has been have found a shelter and now and Aerial activity along the Sommo At In circles very closo to the King R. R. Riley took about 29 minutes ty speeches in the upper counties recognized by the churches. having been parreported meeting at the then an opportunity to make them- in Inspecting three bottles of what front Is violent as both sides. Ber- i that he will declare war Immediate-- " since Hughes opened the campaign our associatlonal by ticularly selves whole again. he thought to be wine at the fair last lin says twenty-fou- r at Lexington. Mr. .Haswell is prov- Woodward's Valley church this year allied aeroplanes iy. Suffers Shuttered Legs. missionary societies s What Rol said after finding wore destroyed, while Paris claims ing to be one of the hardest work- a report of the - , week. pass unColonel Elklngton contained to have destroyed or brought down ing candidates and Is earning, praise was submitted by the women, en scathed through fire. His fighting TliurMlny. plain sorghum molasses Isn't fit to eighteen German flyers. Tho stateWestern Front, A strong German' from men of all parties for the vay dorsed and accepted by tho men, and are ended. His knees are shat he Is making his fight. He is a given a place In the printed minutes das and ho walks heavily upon his be printed iu this column. ments of their own losses are con- counter attack on the now French potered sitions from Bouchavesnes to south mighty hefty bug in Johnson's 'A n of the association. tradictory. By tho way, Rol says Mut Hunter, The Superintendent has appointed sticks. potato patch" and of tho Bols l'Abbo farm was ropuls- well cultivated 'fragments from "They are just there are many Democrats In Ohio the tollowlug young people's leaders France,' " ho said of .those wounded who sold' tickets for the Fair ComEastern Front. A Russian attack ed with heavy losses, according to Mrs. Eugene pany devoted more time to the pretcounty that will refuse to help with in the association: gener- tho French War Office. The French In happy reminisPendleton, Leader Y. W. A., and knees, and smiled correct on the Dniester turned into a ty girls than to making the Paris Green stuff. cence of all they meant. al engagement, and Petrograd claims extended their positions east nnd Miss Katherine Pendleton, Sunbeam change and that up to the time tho southeast of Rancourt and penetrat"It Is wonderful to feel," said Colo- Fair Company placed green goggles tho capture ot 1.G00 German and ed St. So far Congressman Johnson has Leader. These are both from HartPierre Vait wood. Several Carnel Elklngton, "that once again I on Mut he could tell you tho pre- Austrian prisoners. not denied, nor has anyone denied ford church. It Is their work to visGerman trenchus on n front of of my king and pathian positions have been retaken vailing styles and color of hosiery. It for him, that he mado this state- it any of the churches wanting Jo or- have tho confidence 2,000 yardti.to tho north of Flora and 1 am afraid my career my country. by the Teutonic Allies. ment to Ohio county Democrats: "I ganize young peoplo'8 societies and a German redoubt to the northeast ot I must nbt In the field Is ended.- but have a potato patch d n well culti- help In any way they can. Life's Mysteries. Thlepvnl wero captured by tho Britcomplain." Marcdonlii. Advances are claim- ish durlug tho fighting Why Is it hat your grocer knows vated, and you fellows can go to The work is growing, please help on Wednesmade no atColonel Elklngton so far as I am concerned." h us by sending for us. 24 hours In advance ot a rise in the ed by tho English, Serbs and French day north of tho Sommo. tempt to cloak his name or his forreport Williams says he, has the MRS. R. L. CREEL, price of sugar and flour while Jt In Macedonia. Tho British mer army service when he entered usually Supt. O. C. A. names of eight Democrats who heard takes said grocer ten long the, capturo of Jeumlta. Greece. Athens states thut the, the ranks of tho legion. '. m in Mr. Johnson make that statement. a decline in prices of Greek Government, in agreement-wlt- h I be a private days to hear of "Why shouldn't Cries "Hoola, Boolu!" France. British troops have capWe fight Ohio county Democrats In these salt same commodities? King Constantino, bus decided London, So.pt. 25. Investigation he said. "IC Is an honor for any tured the villages ot Moraval and on military local politics but they are just as with the Enranks of that . and today of tho German charge that man to serve in tho good as anybody's Democrats Bob Walker says that he has tlio Les Boeufs, together with several tente Vowcrs. aiding the famous corps. Like many of the only living, moving, walking silo In lines of trenches on a front no one will blame them for voting "black savages" were bebt to wipe off. against a man that would "bawl them English, in fighting on the western other boys. I had a the whole world, that It is almost between Combles and Martlnpulch. Coustlpntlon the Father of Slany Ills. very large, Now it is paid." depth front disclosed that one constantly filling from morning til This front was penetrated to a out" in such a manner. g negro, a British Of tho numerous Ills that affect, black, night and that he calls It Berry Jot more than a mile. Many prison ITEMS.' ADABURG The Ohio County Good Roads As- - citizen, hailing from London, was ers were taken and heavy losses humanity a largo shuro start with, Dudley. Sept. 25. Farmers In this comaAi.l.(lnn tma pnllprl n TllPPtllll? at instructed to put his woolly head ov constipation. wero inflicted on the Germans. .Keep your bowels regSaturday night for t.r the parapet twenty times a day munity have about finished cutting TJuford and Bcda In a violent attack launched ular and they may bo avoided, When Notice. However, they aro very uj jn twenty uinereni places ior iwen-whic- h tobacco. me purpose 01 ui&cussiub uii-auBy order of the Fiscal Court Ohio against German positions extending n laxutlvo is needed tnko ChamberamImproved ty days, yelling on each occasion, busy cutting corn to secure an tho road can be They not only move I will receive from Combles to the Sommo tho lain's Tablets. County, Kentucky, troops mado noteworthy tho bowels but linprovo tho appetite Naturally, the Ger-vie- ss ple supply of fodder. Boola!" from tho end of the pike to the French Magan beginning scaled bids for tho gasollno engine 'galnsT The debate at county Hue. With tho excep- - j mans thought they were" opposing Tho town of Rancourt was and strengthen tho digestion. ObSeptember 2C. is expected to prove now owned by Ohio county. AH captured and German positions wero tainable everywhere. m of bids must he filed with mo by 10 Manj pejip Interest ng. region of Freglcofirt. nm ford road ..this highway is. used more. And all tho time the "horde" . wm t Oct. 4, 1010. This o'clock a. .. . .. - mat ne wouiu get .uxs Iiiiu community are quito enthusias ouglue can iu., seen on Beaver Dam taken in the t... pernaps, man any omer iu mo cuuh- - 'Beared stiir Sor Kale. be tic concerning it, a largo number preNino-rooty. It Is In miserable condition and . head shot off. Mnmlonla. Entente Allies con-tlnresidence and threo road near John and Cromwell paring to attend. . to report successes In Macedon- town lots in (Hartford. Is a thorn In Ohio county's side. Also 120 Mrs. J. T. Brown's. The oourt reservos tho right On Sunday Mr. and The Cz"ar of Ruwia rides a blcyWithout bonds It will bo very hard ia. Tho Russians have mado now ad- jtcros 'Rough river fanning land. Ralph and son, Charles, attended the to reject any and all bids. plays twte and bowls vances against tho Bulgars und the For partlculare nud terms, apply to to put it in the shape that iU aaoni. T. II. BBNTON, itinnar at tho home of Mrs, to the public dftsorvas, but t:m. He it also an oxaellent swi ra- uiiiiitv Serbians have crossed tho frontier In- - M. W.. BARNARD, Hartford. Road Engineer. lit Ralph's parents, 'glvan to celebrate llt3 the baadi have been voted down and rjnt. tr wnt to A n gobwrUwm tlwIrlnK the tm matt Kite th old add mm In ranking th NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS iijt tu tlii scene. Mr. Bennle Shown nnd Miss Suda Belle King were married Friday at I Rockport, Ind. Mrs. Patton, an aged lady of this neighborhood, died Friday night and was Interred Sunday by the sldo of her husband, Dr. Patton, who died several years ago and was burled In STARTS AS. A PRIVATE the family cemetery on tho farm of his son, C. M. Patton. She Is surchildren, grandvived by several children and other relatives. British Officer Wins Honors In Tho family of J. A. Raymond atFrench Army And Is Glnd To tended the funeral of Mrs. Raymond's Have Honor Back. father, Mr. Win. Stewart, near Bu-for- d, MEN'S SUITS already begun flag-raisi- g, to to think about what have winter. wear this made preparations to take care some customers Suits arc the ones. both ment everything that's arc anxious fabrics. suits to sec our for please the as al Hart, Schaffner 6 Marx fine clothes are our clothing ty. suits every suit tion the price i G"r,3Z'V e, Our Boys' Suits hlde-and-sce- Americans please the to "queen's taste." dress them an opportunity to appeal to our suits ask. want to dressed -- - Kirk-Samps- ,, E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. t ss$sssrSss anti-aircra- ft ch court-martia- al ht ns .... - or slx-mi- lo fierce-lookin- s ia I . ... - V J nine-otiatU- H i.. Wanted Two girls to help with cooking and household work. AdDR. L. B. BEAN, dress Hartford, Ky. &&&i u Col. Geo. M. Fuqua, Judge James Jctt, Postmaster Laswcll and C. A. REPUBLICAN SPEAKING La Rue motored, from Owensboro for tho fair Friday. Mr. J. 11. Nave, of Owensboro, was tho guest of Mrs. A. W. Bcnncto and Miss Wlllyo Smith, at tho Commercial, Friday. Hon. W. E. Andrews . Ex-Audit- 4"MJ .mwi&m 0 Millinery Lost A valuable diamond ring nt the Fair last Friday. Finder will return to A. C. Acton, Hartford, and receive a liberal reward. Mrs. J. French Vlckcrs and daughter, Marian Austin, of Owensboro, were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Leo Slininertnnn last week. Mrs. Mary E. White returned to 111., Tuesday after an extended visit with Captain and Mrs. 8. K. Co and Mrs. E. E. Blrkhead. If you arc In need of a Wagon let us supply you with the Owensboro Wagon, which Is the best on the ACTON BROS., market. 1212 Hartford, Ky. Tho selection of Arthur Everly as Inspector of Scales and Weights at tho mines of the Rockport Coal Co., was approved by tho County Court on the 23rd. E. Crahtrco was on the 23rd, appointed as a member of the Ohio County Board of Drainage Commissioners In room of J. S. McMurtry, who declined to serve. The Ohio county iioara of Drain ago Commissioners met and organlz cd on last Monday by the election of' Jhh. H. Thomas as president and McDowell A. Foglo as secretary. Wanted. Men t'o sell Sewing Machines and collect In Ohio counfy. Experience Splendid proposition. not necessary. Write SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO., (Incorporated) 12t4 Owensboro, 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 fair hop given at Dr. Bean's rink Friday night was a success from every standpoint. Many out of town guests were present and the music by Daniel's Orchestra was the cause of favorable comment by all present. Mall mo your order for highgrado Acid Phosphate, $1.00 per 100 lbs.; Corn, Wheat and Oat Grower, $1.20 per 100 lbs.; Uaw Rock Phosphato, 45c per 100 lbs.; Limestone Rock, Sc per 100 lbs., at the car. D. L. D. SANDEFUR. Beavor Dam, Ky. 12t3 Mr. GuyStatler and family left Thursday for Louisville, Mr. Statler having resigned his position with the Taylor Coal Company to accept a position with Bayless Bros., as travThey will make eling salesman. their home in Louisville until the nrst of the year, after which time they will reside In Nashville. The Ohio County GoodRoads Asparsociation invite all Interested ties to meet at Buford, also at Bcda, on Saturday night, Sept. 30th, to discuss the time and best means of improving the road from the end of Hnrtrprd Pike to Pleasant Ridge, with county engineer Benton and tho overseers. Come and let us have a good road. During the threo days of tho' Ohio County Fair last week only one sld,e saddlo entered tho gates. Our in formant, one of tho stated that, only a few years ago hundreds of ladies rode to tho fair on side saddles, but now, he says, they co mo in automobiles and astride. When asked whether or not he mourned the passing of the side saddlo tho gatekeeper was enthusiastic in his praiso for the new style. or OF NEBRASKA U. S. Treasury Department, will aH, speak at Hartford, Ky. Every day brings into our Millinery Department something new for you. Our store" is now brimful of all the latest in everything that is to wear. Harrlsburg, 1J. Nf. Mr. Andrews is a forceful speaker, one of the best informed men on the Tariff question, revenues and fiscal affairs in the whole country. Be sure to hear this distinguished orator. tf Monday, October 2nd 1:30 O'CLOCK I fl .J New Silks, New Woolens, New Shoes, New Hosiery, New Ready-to-WeWaists, Coat Suits, Cloaks, Short Coats, Etc. ar WWWWWVWSf CIRCUIT COURT W W5 ??9?$???9??9? 9W 6,000 We extend to you a special invitation to visit us. Inspect our stock, get our odist Sunday School gave a box supGUARDSMEN ARE per Monday evening t to help pay for the piano recently bought. IS NEARING CLOSE Mrs. Daisy Wright left Monday ORDERED TO BORDER for an extended visit with relatives in Louisville. $f Rev. W. C. Frank left Monday to NEW CONTINGENTS TO JURY DISCHARGED WEDNESDAY RELIEVE attend conference which is in sesBY AGREEMENT JUDGE 1M) TROOPSJS'OW ON DUsion at Franklin. TO TRY OTHER CASES. TY' ON FRONTIER. OHIO prices, Etc. Do This, and IiGb, Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, HEITEMIIER Remember That It Pays To Trade With a House That Saves You Money. Mr. Duncan Hamilton, of Greenville, spent Friday and Saturday with "" friends here." Mrs. J. C. Hoover has returned to Owensboro after a short visit with U, II. & ST. I R. K. TI5IB TABLE. relatives hero. No. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 p. m. When In need of anything In the No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. Furniture line, see ACTON DUOS., No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m. Hartford, Ky. 12t2 Ar. Irvlngton .. 5:35 p.m. Mr. A. P. Foreman, of Louisville, Lv. Irvlngton .. 6:56 p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. Is visiting his parents, Rev. and Mrs. No. Ill Lv. Louisvlllo .. 8:35 a.m. W. M. Foreman. Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m. ,' Twenty varieties df Amboy's Brlte Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. Mawnln Soup at ller's Grocery. Just Ar. Ellmltch ... 1:04 p. m. in. 10c per can. M., II. & K. R. R. TIME TABLE. ' Mrs. AlexFoster, of Owensboro, South Bound, No. 115 was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ike 8:45 a. m. Foster last week. Due at Hartford Worth Bound, No. 114 Mr. Clarence Morrison brought a 5:55 p. m. party from Fordsvlllo to tho fair FriDue at Hartford (Doth "Mixed Trains.) new car. 2. fThe Ohio Circuit Court is nearing Its closer, though Saturday will likely be consumed In part. There has been quite a lot of business disposed of, although a number df continuances noted.' By agreement of all parties wherein trials have been set down for yesterday and the remainder of the term, the Jury was discharged and Judge Slack will hear and try the balance of the actions: The cases of Vlck Grocery company vs. B. B. Murphy, Rogers and Hughes company vs. E. B. Murphy were dismissed without prejudice. " Turner vs. Heavrln, Poston Phipp3 vs. American Life and Accident Insurance company continued. Cornfield vs. Tucker, dismissed. Irvin Hale vs. J. W. Burden, continued for revivor. W. E. Ellis & Bro.,vs. I. C. R. R. Co., Judgment for Plaintiff. B. T. Morris vsi Dn Oscar Allen, Ohio County Board of Drainage Commissioners vs. Taylor Coal company, both continued. W. S. Brown vs. S. M. Everly, evidence heard and taken under advisement and no Judgment rendered ntjpress hour. Evidence upon the motion for a chango of venue in the "possum hunter" cases was almost completed in behalf of the Commonwealth late yesterday afternoon when the Court saw, or concluded, that all of the evidence could not be heard at this term and further hearing was continued to next term. Attorney N. E. Starks of Central City attended court yesterday. Ivocnl Talent nt Heiuer Dam. Don't fall to see "The Tom Thumb Wedding" at the Opera House in Beaver Dam, Friday, October C. For the benefit of the Epworth League. n Notice. Beef Steak .'22c per In. Beef Roast 15c and 18c per lb. This reduction in price is due to thex decline in tho price of cattle. Call on me when In need of anything In my line. Yours for more business, E. P. MOORE, Hartford. AVAR" OPENS ARCTIC Responsible for Xumber of Successful Experiments With Iccbreaks. London, Sept. 2G. The war is responsible for a number of interesting experiments in connection with the shipping of the Arctic. Following upon the example of Russia in keeping Archangel open for a much longer period than was formerly the caso. Sweden has decided to make use of powerful icebreaks at its northern ports, near which most of tho sawmills and a large number of iron and electro-chemicworks are situat. ed. Hitherto, the t raffle in winter time has gone via Norway, but It is hoped now to divert this through national channels. A new Norwegian company has just been formed to maintain a service between the East Coast of England and the Kara Sea during the open navigation season, and shipments from the United Kingdom will consist chiefly of machinery. al Washington, Sept. 27. Some National Guardsmen from thirteen States and'the District of Columbia were ordered to tho Mexican by the War Departborder ment and at the same time MaJ. Gen. 0 Funston.was directed to select troops now on' the border patrol for return to their home States to ' bo mustered out of the Federal service. 's order will send South vir- - . tually all of the Guardsmen now in the mobilization camps of the. States 0 named and will leave only about State troops in all the country that have not seen service on the C-0to-d10,-00To-day10,-00- border. Within a short time the remainder probably will he ordered out, releasnow ing more of the organizations under Gen. Funston's command. The gradual return and mustering out of all the Guardsmen then is expected to begin. National Guard organizations - are ordered out from New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Connecticut, Florida, Michigan, Minnesota, Colorado and California. Instructions wero sent to Gen. Funston ordering him to select upon the arrival of those organizations at the border 10,000 National Guard Infantry now on duty there and return them to State mobilization camps. Battery A, Field Artillery, Maryland, It was announced, will be returned to tho State mobilization camp and mustered out of the Federal service. A v Y . I personal mm i and Social Events. Mr. Connor Ford, of Bowling Green, was here this week, Mr. Ernest Wilson, of Grcenylllo, was hero Saturday for the fair. Dr. I. c7Hoover, of Owensboro, In Hertford. spout the week-enpay sixty qeuts In J. C. Uor will trade for good sorghum molasses. cottage, In For Rent. A flUa omce 6tf good repair. Apply-a- t d . Holbrook and son, Harold, spent Tuesday In.Loulsvillo. Mrs. George Ulrk, of island, was the guest of Mrs. T. fl. MarkB Satur- Mrr Rowan dny- - day In his ill go to Several "from "Hartford-wOwensboro tomorrow to hear Hon. E. 1. Morrow's address. Messrs. Tandy Harrel and Lorc-o- n Whltely, of Owensboro, we.ro here for the fair last weok. Hon. G. B. Likens returned to his work In Washington Tuesday, after a visit to his family here. For KalooTTrmle -- Nice Maro and Colt. Address DR. J. S. BEAN, Hartford, or Horso Branch, Ky. lltf York, Mrs. WT'D."iModre7ofNew was. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mooro several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Blrkhead, of Owensboro, spent lost week with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Blrkhead. and Lena Mrs. Ulley McDowell Clark, of Uockport, visited friends and relatives In Hartford during tho fair. Mr. Fred Robertson has returned to Earlington, after a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Robert-so- gatc-UScpc- n. J -- Mrs. wrs.'uTowri, of near Center-towwho has been very 111 of tu13tt berculosis for some tlmo past, Is no olllce. Mr. O. "TT TSWnnon, of Guthrlo, better. of Springfield, was in .Hartford tho flrsC of tho Mr. ParlTowloy 111., a former resident of Ohio counwook. Mr. M.7irColITii, of Memphis, ty, arrived Wednesday to visit old Tonu.wus hero this week on a, busi- friends. ness trip. Messrs. "M. lU BarQwull.auy Stat-le- r and U. H. Shelly, of Taylor Marvin Black, ".of Owcnsbojo, Mr. visited Ills brother, Mr. Frank Black, Mines, wcro hero Wednesday on legal busiuess. last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. "C," Kuykendall, XTAlidofsonTot Louisville, Mr. S. was tlio gut-s- t of relatives hero dur- Mr, and Mrs. Cliff Qluypool, Misses ' Calllo Morehead, Corluo Morehead ing, the fulr. Main, Mr. H. C. d Chrlstuhel G. Kcown, of the Case Capt. J. spent Phelps and T. Fisher, of Morgan-tow- n Threshing Machine Compauy, attended tho fair hop Fildsy several days at his home here last night week, IVjp Hue House and lot in Hurt-forCheap at ?300. Apply at thlB ' ... . 4 d. n, We have on display a full line of Cook Stoves, Ranges, Coal and Wood Heaters, which we can furnish you at a very low price, considering the Wo recent advance in this line. havo gone on the market and made heavy purchases before this advance went on, which has placed us in a position to save yoii money by buying your staves from us. Call and lot us show you our enttro line. ACTON BROS., Hartford, Ky. 12t4 t Tuesday, Oct. 1Q. Qlaton. Horse Wednesday, Oct. 11. ' Branch. Thursday, Oct. 12. Dundee. Friday, Pet. 13. Buford. Death of Mrs. Clark. Frldayt Oct, 13. Narrows, t Mrs. W. A. Clark died last Friday Tuesday, Oct. 17. Bells Run. night about 7 o'clock. Rev. J. P. Wednesday, Oct. 18. Hoflln. Vanhoy conducted funeral services Thursday, Oct, 19. Prentiss. ' Sunday afternoon at tho Methodist . Friday, Oct. 20. Wysox. night. Striked church In Sunnydale after which tho Williams Saturday, Oct 21. Miss Ella McKenney was tho guest From my furm one mile north of remains were laid to rest In the 'of Misses Winnie Davis' Slmmermnn Echols, Ky., about August 1, one Mines. cemetery. Saturday, Oct. 21. Taylor Mms Mrs. Clark was a resident of Sun- and Lucllo Plrtle, at their homes in muley heifer, red and white mixed, Monday, Oct. 23. Centertown. shoulders, Hartford, last week-enmore red about neck and nydale and was n good Chrlstalu Tuesday, Oct. 24. Matanzas Hop at about 10 mouths old, crop and unTboso attending tho Fair lady. Death was not unexpected but N ednesilay, Oct. 25. Kronos;, a many Hartford, from here, wero: Misses derlet in left car, swallow fork lu thoir loss is greatly felt by her a, McKenney; right. ' Auua Barnes and Ella Information leading to her frlonds. Wednesday, Oct. 25. Ceralvo, p. Besides Mr. Clark the followiug Messrs. Churllo Greenwoll, Frank recovery will he rewarded. ' in. ERNEST BROWN, immodiato membors of her family and Marshall Barnes. Saturday, Oot, Mrs. J. II. Barnes left Monday Hartford, Ky. 10t4 survive: Misses Evelyn, Mazla and This will bathe Inst call out or tho to visit her mother uud liosslo Clark, daughters. Mrs. Clark ' oineo. Franco is simulating attention also loaves other near relatives, eoup father nt thojr homo In Louisvlllo. S. O. KEOWN, Sheriff. ) The Prothduu class, of theMeth- - tto gardening, of them, living in Hartford. Sun-nydu- lo d. L. C. --BROWN, Good house ply to in good timber. Special Deputy Banking Com,, two barns, outbuildings, conand McHenry, Ky. 10t4 crete cellar, three everlasting wells water, young orchard. Will bo of HEAVER DAM SOCIETY sold in next 30 days. OBSERVES MISSION' DAY ERNEST BROWN, Hartford, Ky. 10t4 The Beaver Dam Young Woman's Auxiliary to the Woman's MissionaClub. Club ry Society observed tho day of prayA bo organized at Republican head- er set apart for State Missions Satwill quarters in Hartford Friday night. urday, September 23, at tho church. All who expect to support these canr Tho program as made by tho State dldates aro cordially Invited to be Board was rendered and a collecpresent and become member. Of- tion for State Missions taken. One ficers will be elected and the organi- of tho members, a young lady not zation completed at tho meeting to- blessed wlth a great deal of this night. Tlrcso clubs will he organi- world's goods came, not knowing zed In other parts of the conuty also. anything about tho program. After the mooting she announced that she REAVER DAM! DEPARTMENT. had brought her money to nuy a new Sept. 27. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. dress but she thought she could give Chapman aro lu Princeton thjs week It to missions. We would be glad visiting their daughter, Mrs. Fred If more young women would follow Taylor, und Mr. Taylor. her example. She is altbo a tlther, Misses lone Taylor, Eloiso and one of our. very consecrated girls, Elizabeth Austin spent Saturday and On Sunday tho 24th, the Y. W. A. Sunday with relatives In Hartford. requested tho prayers, of the church and Flora Lee fpr tho one million lost souls' In KenMisses Lillian Blrkhead, of Owensboro, were tho tucky. . 'guests of Miss Anna Barnes Friday Hanking Fixtures For Sale. I am ready to arrange for the Furm and Timber For Sale. Situated on railroad, "one milo private sale of 1 banking house and About 75 lot, 1 dwelling, 1 livery stable and north of Echols, Ky. miscellaneous banking fixtures. Apacres, half in cultivation and. bal-nn- ce CASTO RIA Pay Your Taxes! OF MY DEPUTIES WILL BE AT THE FOLLOWING PLACES ON DATES MENTIONED BELOW: Wednesdny.Oct. 4. Rob Roy, a. ni. Wednesday, .Oct. 4. Cromwell, Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR i iK 4 i i U v I, OR ONE I : p. m. Thursday, Oct. 5. Select, a. m. Thursday, Oct. 5. Deanfield. Friday, Oct. 6. Arnold, a. m. Friday, Oct. 6. Renfrow, p. m. Friday, Oct. 6. Herbert. Saturday, Oct. 7. Fordsvllle. Tuesday, Oct. 10. Rulph and, , Ma-ga- n. jtULW 'JW r 1 11 TT """' ' -- " """- - .n.v. ftwMcr it m JWriHPfc - j- - x- ft. K horsctnlls, which Indicate that at nt! to 113.769 short tons, valued FARM OEPARTMENT that time tho rainfall was abundant. $G29,35G, which, though n decrease 'POSSUM SKINS SELL -- United States Geological Survey. per cent In qunntlty and a of 10 HOTEL PER MINUTE very alight decreaso In value as com$1,000 ."Make Farm Homo Attractive. pared with" 1914, Is a much greater Main Factors In Keeping Poultry. In the design and construction of The The main factors In keeping poulvalue than In former years. prices paid for feldspar In 1915 were try arc environment,- proper selection tho fnnnliouse tho question of utiliBALKS AT ST. I.OITIH about the samo as In recent preced- of breeding stock, feeding n proper- ty alono should not bo the determinANI TIUNHACTIOXS $1SO,ii ing years, averaging about $3.50 per ly balanced ration and plenty of It, ing factor. The first thought should bo the making of a home. Tho CMISK TONIGHT. long ton for crude mnterlal of pot and selling properly. tery grade and about $8.33 per short, Tho first essential Is good brccd- - amount of money to be Invested In LL OFAMERICAN II ton for ground material for pottery, 'ing stock. Tho average scrub ben j tho building of tho homo should not nt auction of furs nt tlio Better grades of ground material of tho south Is not a paying Invest be determined by Its relation In slzo Sales In' city where food riotele Funsten Fur Exchange, 115-1- 7 South i brought $10.50 to $11 per short ton, ment. She gleans from tlio waste to the balanco of the plant, nor by abound, the Powtutan.hcaila.the street, amounted to nearly j Maine ranked first In" quantity and products of tho farm her living in the nmount that Is necessary merely Second It li first 'ln.the"ruarts.cfjta S1.000 per minute for almost half valuo of ltd output, and all feldspar most cases, and the amount 'of cash to provide n shcltor, but the amount fountrymen. nn hour Friday night when az.zuu shipped from that Stato was of high brought in is often almost pure gain. to bo Invested should bo Unit which W.B.flaMAH Australian opossum skins were sold grade. North Carolina, New York,! A big Improvement can bo mode In the owner may reasonably afford The' av - , Pennsylvania. Connecticut. Maryland, ' tho farm flocks by buying a small without financially crippling himself 4n Ipks than thirty minutes. Tho nvcrago city erago prico of tho skins was $1 each. California, Now Hampshire, and Vlr - 'pen of puro breds, keeping them too severely. lot was placed on the block at gina were also producers In relative through the winter and selling or dweller In buying n houso for a The 7:45 o'clock and the last had beci quantities Indicated by the order In eating tho eggs that you get from home docs not proceed solely on tho them and using them fof breeders the basis of what bo can expect to secure which tho States arc named. sold at S:15. s next spring. Or It is possibly better In case it Is ever dcslrablo to plnco P. B. Fouke, president of the ' breeder a the house on tho market. Ho is not The TowTwIitv it rffineJ, exFunsten Bros. Fur Company and one Vour Bowels Should Move Once n to buy from a high-clas- s ecutive, and restful. lit excel priii of birds that have been used In likely to consider the purehaso of a tho total said Day. of the auctioneers, leht location on rennsylrania Avenue, 18th' and H Slreetf, A free easy movement of tho bow- - his breeding pens and keep them home as a financial investment but sales for tho auction would amount inakct It a desirable headquarter! (or bridal, coupler, tourlit to $2,000,000. Tho salo will clo3o els every day Is a sign of good health, through the winter for next- year's ns a soclnl one, which will enable him family tho com-forlaiiiet, convention!, School! and as scheduled. Dr. King's Now Life Pills will give breeding stock. They will possibly to secure for his ', colleger. and conveniences that he could you a gentle laxatlvo effect without, bo kept nt an expense during tho fall, The Powhatan" attracts" the "When the sale closes people of culture and education. In a rented house, and to hens as n rule do not not secure skins will have been sold. griping and freo your system of as Ita proximity to Stale, War and Navr Department!, alto lo many Tho stock to be offered today includes blood polsons.purify your blood.ovcr- - lay until about January. You can havo for his family n gcnuluo home, ioint! oi historical Inlerett, genuine home life. If bo Is nblo naVes this hotel especially at86,000 skunk skins and 958,000 come constipation and havo an ex-- 1 get enough eggs from a pen of five n discriminating pubtractive to ccllent tonic effect on tho entire sys- - good hens to raise n good many chick-ter- when tho time arrives to dispose of jnuskrat skins. lic Makes you feel like living, ens tho first year. It will not be Ills property to flunuclnl advantage, Buyers from concerns dealing In The Powhatan olTcrt room ith detached bath at $1.10. 3 long until you can havo a flock of well and good;- If not, he considers, , fur wraps anticipate a big demand Only 25c at your druggists. $2.00 and up. Rooms with prij pure breds mm and. sell many eggs dur- and properly so, that he 'has mado n vate bath, Ji.50. JJ.OO and up. fox furs during the coming winfor "WTfle for booklet wflh msp from tho social ing tho breeding season for good good Investment ter and bid heavily for 2,200 cross THOUSANDS SKK GIKIi side. OF TU'KXTY SI'ANKKI) j prices CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. skins which were sold yesterday. fox .Manager, There Is no panacea that will euro A good house Is essential, and now The highest prico for a single fur 111., September 24. city life evinced by , Miss , ,s Chicago, skin was $70. Fox fur prices nt the the tme , ,,,,,, nml get rca(,y the yearning for ' Pai)ii)ii),hi,ii,i)!riTMPtiIulli ., homo for the ,.., t0 ,,. the country boys and girls of present sales are 25 per cent higher Marjorle Bretz, 20 years old. andi. t than prices at the salo last January, preuy, was spauKeu uy uer imiuier, .roucIl tll0 wlntcr 8eason. You but there are certain conditions, according to Albert M. Ahem, vice 'Mrs. Elizabeth Bretz, Thursday, to.cannot , 0 t0 Bcl egg3 whcl, the which, If established, will add ma-- 1 hens are exposed to tho weather. tcrlally to tho attractiveness of life president of tho company. The to- tiie amusement oi a large crowu. The spanking took place nt tho They need n houso with three tight In the country, nnd should therefore tal sales yesterday amounted to ,,, ,, , Washington prevent them from (locking to the -. corner of State and fr,,m ,i $450,000. day were streets, just when thousands of clerks j Tho fee(, ncccssary for ncns can cities merely to 'avoid life on tho ! The furs sold during the IT HUME 9,400 wolf, 4S.000 raccoon, 33,000 were pouring out of tho stores for ,J0 ralsed on Southern farms and farm. It Is not to be expected that 49 musk luncheon, nnd other thousands of there need not be nny feed at all pur every porson reared on n iarin win Russian squirrel, 1.C00 bear, ox, 770 mufflon, 2,200 gaunce, 28,-80- 0 shoppers were beginning to come off chased. Milk is the best and cheap deslro to follow farming as a life ' nutria, 1,179 dog mnts. 2,000 the elevated and other trains. est. form of protein. Every farm work, nor Is It necessarily desirable should 'lo so- - Mn"' of Mother and daughter wero taken should have a big surplus of ml'.k ,hat gray fox, 10.S0O marten and 2,200 wm ,tul " to the Central Detail Station and to feed to tho hens. Combine cot - ,"" " "" r an cross fox. The 400 buyers who are attending eventually to Morals Court. tonseed meal and corn meal for a other of the professions, nnd it Is "It all started over a loan shark," mash and then use corn and wheat probable that If allowed to follow the sale will depart tomorrow morning for New York City on the "fur- said Mrs. Bretz. "A year ago Mar-Jor- qs a scratch ration, and you can get their bent they will bo far more sucborrowed $35 from one of them eggs during tho winter season If you cessful and contented than If over- riers special," a special Pennsylvania mirmimlnrl In Rtnv will, tin f.rm Tlio line train, which will make direct and has paid back more than $100, have the right kind of hens. GUARANTEED SERVICE She arranged with her employers to Xor Euconnection with steamers Tne demnnd for a better quality problem is not to force the boy or One hundred per cent a ween, ami i just ioun.1 of cggg ,g now belng rcceived is al girl to remain on the farm, but to noiu out rope. value. Special work for W. it out. so i cnastiseu ner. most unlimited, provided you can assist them In every way in making 0. W. A Doctors Remedy for Coughs. produce out of season. If you pro an Intelligent choice. Their choice W. F. STEVENS. As a cure for coughs and colds Dr. duce eggs only during the spring j can not possibly be Intelligent unless-combines these j R. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. "uiur wmi .arm iuu Bell's I you cannot hope for a good price. l,,e ure i Representing Continental remedies in just the right proportion j ,i,...i,-- i, i,f der its best conditions.' K. II. Mc- ti. i.i For Infants and Children Marble & Granite Co. to do the most good for summer summer months and throughout tho!Corm,cU omce of. p,lbllc Roads and Rural Engineering. Yearbook, 1915., coughs or colds. A trial will prove In Use For Over Years winter. , the value of this splendid cough j Always bears Eggs are n fine cash crop and will Do m Know Thut i medicine. Dr. Bell'sPIne-Tar-.Hone- y the do much toward easing up the table W14, In Persia the wedding service is soothes the irritation, stops the cough Signature of expense. Memphis Commercial Apread in front of a fire, In Nicaracold germs and does you a kills the peal. gua the priest, taking tho couple world of good. A 25c bottle bill more ITALIAN A1KMAN .VAKES each by the little fingers, leads them ' convince you it will stop your than NEW ALTITUDE KKCOIM) The Petrified Forest. 3 to an apartment where a fire Is light-- . cough. At druggists. The petrified forest of Arizona, ed, and there instructs the bride In Turin, Sept. 25. The Italian Air- really a series of petrified forests, lies her duties, extinguishing tho fire by . AMERICAN AVIATOR IS man Antonaccl hag just beaten the a short distance south of Adamana, way FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE In Japan the ' of conclusion. KILLED IN AIR BATTLE world's height record near here. on the line of the Santa Fe Railway. woman kindles a torch and the bride- -' Dissolved in water for douche ttopi pelvic InflamHe carried six passengers, and There are four forests, included in a groom lights one from it, tho play-- 1 mation.catarrh, ulceration andLydiai Recommended by E. Paris,' Sept. 23. Klffln Rockwell, rose to height of' 19,000 feet. The government reservation called Petri- things of a the wife being then burn Pinkham Med. Co. for ten year. the Atlanta aviator attached to tho previous record with the same numA healing wonder for nasnl catarrh, fied Forest National Monument, cre- ed. American squadriila, was shot dead ber of passengers tore throat nnd tore aye. Economical. was recently ated by presidential proclamation In -- , , nu ntnonsuiuy rieuuma nd ttmuadal this morning at 10 o'clock in the achieved In France by Poire, but ' OBltllm. sue. all InwutV 1906. The name "forept" Is not Method In UN Madness. t course of an air battle on the Alsace ytn.lL ThaPmoaToilrtCemfKnr. loa.Mm. the height reached was only 9,000 strictly appropriate, for tho petrifi"You shouldn't lose your temper front. feet. ed tree trunks are all prostrate and and say harsh things in debate." Rockwell rose at S:30 o'clock, Antonaccl used an Italian army are broken Into sections. Tho logs "I'm not losing my temper," rein an armored machine and biplane. OVER 65 YCARS "A mnn are the remains of giant trees that plied Senator Sorghum. fearlessly attacked a German Taube. EXPERIENCE Treatment Helped Home. grew in Triasslc time, the age of rep- who loses his temper Is nt a disadHe succeeded In emptying the maga"Let mo kiss those tears away," tiles. The trees were of several vantage. I'm saying the harsh things zine of his raptdflrer with accurate he begged tenderly. kinds, but most of them related to so as to persuado tho other fellow to aim, but while turning to encircle She fell into his arms and he was the Norfolk Island pine, now used for lose his." Washington Stajr. opponent, he received a bullet In his busy for the next few minutes. Indoor decoration. Doubtless they the head nnd dropped like a stone. And yet the tears (lowed on. grew In a nearby region and, after Tradc Marks Peath was Instantaneous. "Can nothing stop them?" ho ask- falling, drifted down a water course Dccicns The body was taken with all hon- ed breathlessly. C0PVniCHT3 &.C. and lodged In somo eddy or a sand Anrone Minting a nkptNi nml rtescrtnlkwi war hospital. The funors to a military Qtilrkty Hsrprutlii iiitr opinum frco whether "No," she murmured, "It is hay bank. Later they wero hurled by Itisr itinn, Mprnhni Trnicttlnii'o..C niniunlei. eral took place Monday. tlonsntrictlrroiillilnnllnl. IIANDEUOK on I'ntcnts fever, you know. But go on with sand and clay, finally to a depth of fi'nLfrrft. olrioit tiL nrv fur rci'uriui? latrl e I'nfrnti tnLeti tiirnueli Jluim tt Co. rccclTt the treatment. several thousand feet. The convernvriiiltiuCtM, without ttiarco, lathe Colic, Cholera and Chamberlain's sion to stone was effected by gradual Diarrhoea Remedy. She'll See. replacement of tho woody material This Is a remedy that every family A hiindtomeir IlirtitrnUd wtefclr. IjircMt e!r Young married Thing I am now cniatlon of anr relent tan journal, Ocrnit. 13 a provided with. Colic and qulto convinced that there is no life by silica in tho form called chalceshould be riviri four muntM. tL DW4U7 ill T)tiriICAlcr. dony, deposited by underground wadiarrhoea often come on suddenly so happy as a married one. MUNN&Co.304B'M,li,.'NewYork ter. A small amount of Iron oxides FARM LANDS and City Residences greatest importanco vrtsauwioa, u. u- and It is of the iu auca umca. Tho Flapper How long have you deposited nt the same has given tho aro now selling at a low cost, that they bo treated promptly. Con- been married? brilliant and beautiful brown, yellow but don't expect It to bo so al- sider the suffering that must be enYoung Married Thing Since last ways. If you ever expect to own and red tints which appear In much dured until a physician arrives or Tuesday week. Passing Show. your farm or your home now is of the material. Chambo obtained. medicine can mt Some of the tree trunks aro six tho time to buy. berlain's Colic, Cholera and DiarA Domestic Episode. feet in diameter and moro than 100 WE HAVE soveral farms listed In Remedy has a reputation secI rhoea "A penn'orth each of liniment and I feet in length. In tho first forest ond to none for the quick relief liquid cement, please." Ohio county and they can bo nawhich It affords. Obtainable every"Aro they both for tho same per- there Is a fine trunk that forms a had for reasonable prices and m son, or shall I wrap them up separ- tural bridge over a small ravine, the where, liberal terms. If wo do not water having first washed awtfy tlfe ately?" 4 huve the particular farm you de- McCALL PATTERNS Feld-pa- r, Celcbrsted lor stjle, perfect HI, simplicity sn All lmixii'taiit Small In- "Well, I dunuo. Muvver's 'broke overlying clay and sand and then, sire wo will make efforts to get rcllablliljr nearly 40 years. Sold In nearly dustry. every city and town In the United States an It for you. 'er teapot,' so she wants the cement, following a crevice, worked out the Canada, or by null direct. More sold thaa Feldspar is used in largo quanti- but farver wants tho liniment. 'E3 channel underneath. Tho length of any other matte. Send for tree catalogue. In both the body and tho glaze of what muvver broke 'er teapot on." this log Is 110 feet, and the diame- IF YOU want to movo to Hartford McCALL'S MAGAZINE ties whero our children will have tho More subscribers than any other fashion ter four feet at the butt and one and pottery and tile and in the manufacPall Mall Gazette. maf;azlnc raijiion k muniii. inviuuir. a.w advantage of a' good high school one-hafeet at tho top. est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, ture of enameled ware. Consideraplain keitlnc, fancy needlework, halrdrcsllng, notify us. Wo havo houses and petrified woods are beautiful Tho Coincidental. ble feldspar is used also in the manctlquctle, pood stories, etc. Oiilr 0 cents free lots for sulo and bollevo you can f year (worth double), Including asamplepattern. Mil- objects for study. When thin slices At a certain klndergarten-l- n ufacture of abrasive material, parcopy, f Subscribe) today, or send for select one from our list to your nvoNtlEBFUL INDUCEMENTS - waukee recently one of tho small pu- - are carefully ground to u thickness ticularly scouring soaps, and feldliking. catalogue to Agents, Ioitsl brlnffs premium h or less and placed unHpar of lnforlor grado Is used In muk-.pii- u seemed especially anxious to tell of 0. and new casn prise oners, luarcsi I der tho microscope they show per- WE HAVE a comfortable homo in CHE UcCia CO. KJ to 211 W. 371b SU NEW YOSX juk ruuuy ruumm muiuiiui mm uj mo teacucr someming. chicken grits. Some feldspars aro Hartford, modern Improvements "Well, Nan, what is it?" tho fectly tho original wood structure, potash bearing, untl efforts have teachor finally asked, In response to all the cells being distinct, though and a good garden in cultivation for snlo or rent. Place therefore been mado to use them us u tho frantic waving of tho tot's now thoy aro replaced by chalcedony. Py studying tho section F. II. fertilizer, but thus far without com- baud. rents for $10 a month. mercial huccoss. Efforts to treat "I got a new llttlo sister today!" Knowlton of tho United States geological survoy, Department of tho Infeldspars In order to make the pot- panted tho weo ono. Call 011 or address est) In thorn more soluble,, or at least was lovely," said terior, has found that must of those "Oh, Nan, that more readily avallublo as plant food, tho teachor. "Whero did you get uruueariau trees wero of thu species raucurloxylon arlzonlcum, a tree now give some promlso of success, and her?" Stucccd ween cVcryihliiK else fills. TINSLEY & fenialo Ji nc.vv.-u- rrctrBt'3T nndsumemo ? nma!l amounts have liitun so used dur"Dr. Drown brought her," replied oxtlnct. It Is known to havo lived 7enVt.fa1e9 thev nre the at tho same geologic tlmo also In tho ing the hut your, most of tho feld- - the child. ' remedy, cm thousands b&0 teadfied. 0 Ileal Kst.ito Agentx, part of the United tjpar o trotted having boon added to Another llttlo hand shof up Into Status), whero tho remains of somo of eoinpluU fertilizers). : j tlio air in an axolted way, and, the Kentucky. STGKAC!! TROUBLE i in 4S16, HMoViJins tawohur tkad tills llttlo girl what lt assoqlatas havo also bean found. Tlu pr is tho ben ncdlctnu ever csld j IlQpubllcnn Office. tl Tltwo Included otliar of ihe United wan tiie matter, to Krmilr 1 K over si trc7 ust'a t&tiniar. JJOW Phoney "We take off him, too," the said. fees, tr;e fa.v' cycads and gicjnttoJstttt. C v fciml Huoey, auiounu-- Professional Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HAKTKOHD, Will KY. H ROWMTAN D.C. MBJGTOH. praotlca his profession In UiU and adjoining counties. Commorcla.' and Criminal Practice a Specialty. r WAIlEHTIIATTOS I'm m HI, K y OTTOO. 1IAUT1H llnrtlord, Ky. J STRATT0N & JKARTIN Attornoya at Lnw CROMWELL, - KY. Will prcctlco their profession In this and djtlulng counties. Collections. Commercial and Criminal Practice and vigorous Prompt Specialty. service- - Notary In office. j ' I 0.E.TAYL0R.C.E. Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. - . ts ht ld n. DR.0. E. - HART VETERINARY SURGEON ItKAVKK DAM, KY: -- Ofllcc Jimics Tn,vlor's Idvcry Hum. c y, 2S 1 ,- j j I I I ( JLJcL I wi.l TRADC-MARK- S promrtlj obtain! In j obtain PATENTS I sll couDtus or no Ic PAYl Mlrr.IIMUM.in iborvUtfUf, al wir I THAT auu lirip 70a 10 pucens. I iibvlu or Wf ten (or H C C 8n.l JO Tran on rrarUtv. OUR-- I For in cold Hook on l'rtntblo MniU writ, to ircn. r ltntUlltj passing mrrr.ciicta. & rtrt S03-B0- WASHINGTON, D. G. 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Wrlto or eomo to us at T10 EUsth ttrMt, nnr TJnltt4 BUt rUot O&os, I WASHINGTON. D.C. l ' iBvSH m Wmw i lf i 003-Inc- ii , P0PULAffHBCHAMCS MAfiA7TNT 300 ARTICLES-300 'EleetrS! ; ILLUSTRATIONS BAI1ETT Sitters s tngineerinB, Mechanics and Invention. For Father end Sonand AUthe Fam ly. It appeals t Is tho 1 nrorlto Mngnstup lu thousands ot omva thrnuKhout tho world. Our I oiilzi a - lrr.uJeu""eontontirouthwan!i; . Imiv il.. . a. Written sUis1h You Can Understand It So V..B..a I'hjk llmii i inn mi. . tiilm. ,.r.iiln.i ,t. Ii...r' wcl" for tho lllrl.whollkolilmakr,tLllMt..lioiitoinakoWlre. laymuu to .In h" l6-- oast-centr- al .truaio.uifuraoUhaulu,CainMVanuS"rt.n.iS It.SO Furniture" ilnr-Mm- Hartford, Pill Y8AH tuAflm copy wlU eona-bonrl- POPUM5. MECHANICS MAOfcZlHE SINGLE COPIIS, 18t t,a scat on c.quosT it V ( sais. IM.TiTWtntH, MONSTER BLUE WHALES. must ji:fi:n!) country German KodnlLsta Condemn Those Seeking Wnr of CompicM. London, Sept. 24. A confcrcnco of the Socialists of tho Ocrman em pire has adopted, by a vote of 251 to 5, a resolution declaring tho country must be defended until Its enemies aro prepared to conclude a peaca guaranteeing tho political and territorial Integrity and tho economic development of Germany, according to a telegram from Ilerlln received at Amsterdam and forwarded by tho Router Telegram Company. Tho resolution Is said to have strongly condemned- - the machinations, and demands of those who wish to make the war one of conquest. Tliolr attitude, It is contended, strengthens tho reslstence 6f Germany's oppononts and tends ,to prolong the conflict. It declared also that the places tho Interests of Its own people In tho forefront of tho war alms, but demands respect for the vital Interests peoples. The confcrcnco expressed Its regret that the efforts of the Socialists for peace had not met the desired response from countries enemy to Gccmany, as not only had enemy statesmen, but even tho official representatives of French Socialism and of the English labor party had de clared themselves hostile to peace. Responsibility for prolonging tho war was placed by the conference on those opposing peace, and it was de- i manded that tho German Govern ment should continually endeavor to terminate tho war nnd give the people the peace' they have long desired. Approval of the action of the Socialists In tho Reichstag in voting for Germany's war credits was expressed by the conference. Socldl-Democra- 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. Most Gigantic Creatures Thl World Hat Ever Known. It linn burn snltl that tlio first duty of n wlmlo N to bo large. Tlio blue whulo Is tlicn tlio most Mieeessful wlmlo, for It U tlio largest creature which has crcr existed on the enrth or In Its The It Always Helps Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought tiie pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of CarduL 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 I E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. waters. Krcn those extinct giant the dinosaurs, which splashed nlong the borders of the Inland seas of Wyoming and Montana 3,000,000 years ago, could not approach n bltio whalo cither In length or weight. In 100.T u blue vliale was weighed III sections nt Newfoundland. The niilin.il wan nevehty-elgli- t feet long, thirty-fiv- e feet nroiind the shoulders, the head was nineteen feet In length and the tall sixteen feet from tip to tip. The total weight wns sixty-thro- e tons. The llesh weighed forty tons, the blubber eight tons, the blood, viscera and baleen seven tons and the bones eight tuns. Kxaggernted accounts of the size of blue whales are current even In reputable books on natural history, but the largest specimen which has yet been actually measured and recorded Is IS" feet long, stranded a few years ago upon the coast of New Zealand. It must have weighed at least seventy-Av- e tons. Whales nro able to nttaln such nn enormous size becnuso their bodies are supported by the water In which they live. A bird Is limited to the weight which its wings can bear up In the air. A land animal If It becomes too largo cannot hold Its body off tho ground or readily move about and Is doomed to cerlaln destruction. Hut a Avhale has to face none of these problems and can grow without restraint. Hccnttsc whales live In a supporting medium their young are of enormous size nt birth, In some Instances the calf being almost half the length of Its mother. I once took n twenty-livfoot baby, which weighed about eight tons, from nn clghty-flv- c foot blue whale. Hoy Chapman Andrews In New York Independent. rep-tile- s, e 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 The Woman's Tonic I n trial. 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. ut and it always does me good." still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, Get a Bottle Today! 1WJ la WIII1WIJWWJW1WIUIB W'll'U JMI' MifcjWHilMmP M UPRUSH OF THE SAP.-- , m .ii- - For Sale. east ot Hartford, on the border of the oil fields. Good dwelling, barn and o'th Young er necessary outbuildings. orchard, strawberry bed and other pleasing features. If bonds carrx seat pike will be near. See, or write Tinsley & 3arnett, Hartford, Ky., for further particulars. A 160 aero farm 4 miles inter-count- y For Your Arm of Whatever Make JiMtvcreJ mat fttl MANY prattlearrrr t iUfFJ tV iprtkakir4 tai rt tiU imnu Vtiaf ailua tal It iracJ t at be ! J really kit nitkiaf witk kii fua. atry-A great rrrtval f tat prt ia eweeaiatf terete tV Ura.ni art taWaf a tip hm tk creak elate -- a J tee eale af Retail ft aa UMC At mu ait tea far all ataaJarJ makee of pUtele &J revaWrre ie loyrief all arcriane kigk enarla. Get year anae aad amrauaitiaa from tke reKaVle dealer- Uak far tk B1l R,mffn UMCUSi$mt feorteraci HcaJquarttre ia. every tawa. Sold by your horn dealer and 3,250 other leadtrtf Ri Urf Imh C7n THE REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC1 CARTRIDGE CO. FifMrmt nJ Ammmntlfm Lrf$t merchant In Kentucky trtti REM OIL, tl fminm iJjrur PtwJtr Oerenl, Lulrittnt ! Rut PrtvtnUtnH WaoUartk hfftrtrtf lie iW BaiUiatf RWJ New V.rl I1KRE IS A tiOOD PliACK TO STOP FOK L1TTI.K MOXKV Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th Tlio Only Hotel hi Louisville Operated on the American und European Plaits. AMERICAN I'liAN (With Meals) ItooutN without Huth but with Hot and Cold Running Water. single, $2.00 per day; 2 people, J2.00 each 75 Kooms single, 2.G0 per day; 2 people, 2.25 each GO Rooms 50 Front Rooms. single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.50 each Rooms with Private llnth: single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 each 50 Rooms single, 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each 50 Rooms EUROPEAN PliAN (Without Meals) Rooms without Hath but with slnglo, J1.00 75 Rooms 50 Rooms, ."....single, 1.25 i 50 Front Rooms. single, 1.50 Rooms with Private Ruth: slnglo, 1.50 50 Rooms single, 2.00 50 Rooms Hot and Cold Running Water. per day; 2 people, ?0.75 each per day; 2 people, 1.00 each per day; 2 people, 1.25 each per day; per day; 2 2 f-- Force It Exerts In lt Mysterious Flow Through the Plants. Rvcn now the causes which underllo the great upward flow of sap in the spring are not completely understood. That the movement is accompanied by considerable forco has been demonstrated In a remarkable manner. In the spring sonnon, when the sap Is rising with great vigor, the stem of n grapevine wns cut right ncross. With as little loss of time ns possible a piece of bladder was tied over the surface of the wounded part. As Used the bladder was in a stnto of collapse, but It did not remain in this condition long. Within half an hour it was obvious that It contained a good deal of liquid. As time went on the amount of fluid matter Increased ho much that the bladder was quito full. Two hours after Using the bladder was so distended that It wa lifted right up. An hour later the pressure had Increased to such a degree that tho bladder burst, being unable to stand the strain any longer. In this connection It Is Interesting to recall the experiment of Dutroehet. also with n grapevine stem. In thU case n bent tube containing mercury was affixed to the cut stem In such n manner that any fluid coming from the plant would have to lift tho column of quicksilver. In one of his experiments it was shown that the sap raised the column of mercury to the height of thirty Inches. Dutroehet calculated that In such a case the force exercised by the sap was five times greater thau :hat of the blood In tho crural artery of the horse. It requires no student of anatomy to appreciate the force of this statement. Baltimoro American. A SB nRBaaar' full of life and action, filled with the fire of fine Inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, win mane cYOUTITS COMPANION .f Better Than Ever in 1915 Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' PageJ Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles or Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone intnenome. 1 nereis no age limit to enthusiasm for. The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. If yon do not know THE COMPANION mm Gives Cash to Stranger. Chicago, Sept. 23. Joseph Fer tile, of Toledo, O., reported to thej police that he was robbed of $1,600 let us send you Threo Current luuea FREE, inclose tlus Coupon with your 52 Times a Year on a passonger train today by a man request. not 12. I who represented himself as an "of Those who subscribe now, sending $2 ficial of the road." for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will for 1915, will receire The Companion The robbery occurred as the train get in any of the monthly ", Home' Calendar FREE. magazines. V was leaving the station. Pertlle said the man asked him to show his tickSUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE et and then asked for his money, say- TIIE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH, ing: "You are not safe with It In ONE YEAR, FOR ONLY $2.75. your clothes. Tho road will be responsible for It." S Pertlle, who vas enroute to Salt ', Lake City to work, complied with the stranger's request. The money stolen represented his life's savings. OUR CLUBBING RATES. v Globe-Democrat For Sale. Good 120 acre rarm on Rough River, 3 miles west of Hartford. 60 acres In cultivation; other CO acres woodland. Improved. Apply, TINSLEY & DARNETT, Hartford. Ky. SOX ACCUSED y OF KILLING FORMER RUTLER COUNTIAN people, peoplo, 1.25 each 1.C0 each THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. European Plan Only. Rooms Without Rath, $1.00 and up; Rooms With Private Rath, $1.50. and uii Rest Eating Place in Town. ' district and only a Tho Loulsvlllo Hotel and tho Old Inn aro located In tho wholosalo walk to the rotall district and theaters. LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND Old) INN COMPANY, Props. the wall receptions Instead of staudlng out where people would pnsa bchlud him. Lady Stanley laughingly explained that this was nn old habit contracted In Africa that Stnnlcy'nlways stood with his back against n tree or a barricade of some sort when brought In contact with the Knvages,niid it had becoiuo such u habit with him that ho took that position no matter where ho was. It was remarked of the late Sir II, M. Bowling Green, Ky Sept. 25. Stanley during his last visit to New Col. Robert B. Hurd, a' Confederate Vork that lie' stood all tho time with spldier, of the Mouth of Gasper, this his back (o during county, has Just received news of tno murder of his friend, Thomas Jefferson Lee, formerly of Butler county, on nt his home at Wauchula, Fla September 9. His son, Robert Leo, has been arrested, charged with taking tho life of his father. Mr. and Mrs. Leo had Just returned to their home from attending tho moving picture shows, and he was taking off his coat, when someono fired through tho window. Ho died Instantly. On the day of tho funeral his son was arrested to answer tho charge. Habit Stanley Had. $1.3b The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.76 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm... Inquirer 1.76 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The republican ana uaiiy uwensooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger .1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 ro u f I Twice-a-Wee- m t " Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. 1 I ft i m Vanderbilt Training Scbpol for Boys ELKTON, KY. . Feminine Diplomacy, "I spoko n few words with Mrs. Dubwulto this morning," Mrs. Gadder said. "And what, did you say?" Mr. Gad-de- r asked. "ph. raved about her gon nnd told Her how Well sho was lookbig." "My!" "If I atn not Invited to tlio- old frump's next reception It won't bo my Mult." Birmingham r I J - j Age-Heral- Will help parents develop their eons into tho best typo of citizens and Christian" gontlenien. Its patronage is widely scattered and comes from the best homes in the 'South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should bo made early, Placo your son 'in this solect gioup of boys. Write flj I : MSThENEY & BATTS For catalogue ana iniorniuiiou. S m dux a. UNDER Scarring ths Turf. ANY "I mado a hole In the strokes this o OTHER uiornliisr," nnnoimml tho now golfer Emergency Aid. NAME. triumphantly. "Did your wlfo fall for that slck-frlc"That's nothing," said tho other Kolf-ogag last night?" who was oven, newer. "I Invariably WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. "I should say sho did. Sho's a make hole with every stroke. I tan If you purchase the NKw ROM; you will Cross, and sho never hit the ground In tho eamo place mombor of tho Red will havo a Ufa asset at tho price you pay, appreciated my Intorest In tho sick not have an endless chain of repairs. and twice' Boston Transcript. so much that sho allowed mo to contribute to tho fund." Behind In ths Newt. Quality TeacherWhat do you know about Considered Did Fusslelgh tako Mi's. Wllklns Washington crossing tho Delaware? Boy Nothing, ma'am! Tho boy skiphis misfortune llko a man?. it is the ped us on our paper this morning! Ho Mrs. Williams Precisely.Cheapest Boston Globe. blamed It all on his wlfo. in the aid Force of Habit. Clark Do you bollovo In prepar- to buy. "Seo Miss Annie driving that car? edness? w U She told mo sho got It at half price." go Clublelgh Sure! you want a sewing machine, write for, I never j If, "At lw old tricks, I ee still home late without having nn excuse ear latest catalogue before you purchase. a bargain." Boston American. 'all framed up, TbaNewHam Ims. Maofee Co., france, Hue; r, - "I was reading that tho Qorniana have discovered u way of treating wood bo thai It can bo eaten." "Nothing now In that. It has long been known that it you remove tjio 't from teatnble, It Is thon eatable." "Also, sawdust is very flno board." Boston Transcript, oia stuir. NEW NOT SOLD THE SEWING USELIV-VER-LA- X MAchhNE OF QUAL1TY. ft For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. ' , 4 HOME Fecl.richt all tho time. Don't lay ott from work for days by taking calomel keeps yoi when pleasant on your feet, whllorolievingyour trou,b le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don'l tako anything else. You can't afford pjrui 1C .cuminuiea jiuiauiia. tem and relievea constipation. A nat actions, sura ural remedy, natural in its tn Ita frvr. nnil rnrtnln In results. It will won't bo long beforo Lio- - Ver-La- x ax cn-Bia- IW home.i Children can tako it freely anl with perfect Baf ety. Every bottlo guar anteod. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nona' genuine without the likeness and sign turo of L. K. Grissby. For salo by J. H. WILLIAMS, s. Hartford, Ky, Ynr plns In trie tuck U Vt, UUm' AlUl-fOl- i. PUta. i ii c4 ilfj - T educators' of the South, find ho no can afford to miss hearing Mm at oue or more of these meetings. No politics, no admission, no cot-- i SOCIETIES OF TWO lections Just simply nu educntlonal rally to which every man and worn-'aboy and girl In tho county Is coc-- , CH'M'N. T1CI1KNOU, OF tllally invited. All teachers are ro- ATIVH, SUGOKHTH UNION TO- quested to bring their entlr'o school HACC'O HOUSE ItK JIUIIT. to tho meeting nearest them In their educational division. Please come, and tell your friends, Editors Hartford Republican: and let's give Prof. Green a royal Please Permit mo to say a few words to the teccptlon at each meeting. Sincerely yours, tobacco raisers of our county.as one boost. OZNA SHULTS, S. S. O. C. who has always affiliated wfth tho A. S, of K. till this yenV, and have nothing against tho organization, NOCKKHK. but now affllluto with the Sept. 26. We gladly welcome Tobacco Growers' Association. Rov. 11. T. Harper back and ho will I am very sorry that we have two nil his nppolntmout at this place pools In our county and am sorry next Suntluy. that there are being so ninny hard We regret very much Sunday things said about men that are hon- School closed here Sunday. Tho suest In their views. We nil know perintendent gave a nice treat. this is a frco country at least It Mr. and Mrs. Coney Davis and When wo commenced daughter. Luclle, of Daviess county, should be. pooling tobacco with the visited Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Ward SatTobacco Association "In Ohio urday night. county thuro was no sign of a pol Mr. Jim Cook and Misses Renfrow, that wo could seo and lwdn't been of Duller, visited Mr. and Mrs. Geo. for two years., We were honest and Johnson Saturday night still think tho organization Is all The stork visited the homes of Mr. While we have about 300,-00- 0 and Mrs. Elvis Henry leaving a fine right. pounds pooled with us and the boy, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Pendleton A. S. of E. claim they havo 150,000, Ward, leaving a fine girl. Both we are perfectly willing to mothers and babies doing well. with them In selling, and if the Misses Louise and Florence White-hous- e, A. S. of E. gets more tobacco pooled of McLean county, spent tho than we, we will let them control the week-en- d with Misses Georgia nnd factory, but If we have the most to- Connie Ralph and attended the bacco pooled, let us control the fac- fair. tory and each organization have the per cent for handling. I think that Tho Explanation. is fair. Judging from the looks of the I think we should be very careful bride I take It that Sixcylinder. marwhat we say about each other, for ried for money." "Not money. there will bo a day when we will married for gasoline. Her have to give an account for every father owns an oil well."--Puc- k. idle word and deed. Let me urge every man that Is Interested to come Cumberland Goes "Dry." to Hartford Saturday, Sept. 30, 1 Burkesvllle. Ky., Sept. 23. Comp. m., and let us talk this matter plete returns of the local option el over in a friendly way. ection held In Cumberland County Now In regard to a place to deliv- follows: "Dry," 1,065; "wet," 189. er, 11 wo will pool up our tobacco This Is the first local option election we can sell and build a shedclose ever held In this county. to the railroad that will not cost as mtrch as It would cost to reut a fac- MAMTtilt COMMISSIONER'S SAIE tory. Tho'buyers are talking prices up bow, but let thepool fall and you Ohio Circuit Court. will tee where the price will go. For Mrs. W. P. Her, Admrx.. et al., Pl'ff. the nan that stays out and won't Vs. Notice. pool and expects to take advantage W. P. Iler's heirs, et al., Defts. of his neighbor, It looks bad to me. By virtue of a, Judgment and orI donruthlnlc(hat the tobacco buyer der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court at Hartford that buys the scab to- rendered at the September term, bacco will pay any more than the 191G, in the above cause, for the sum loose leaf floor, less the freight to of $2,000 in favor of the Farmers Oweasboro. So you see the man on State Bank, of Brookport, Illinois, the outside had better sign one or with interest thereon at the rate of the other poo! and come up with the 6 per cent per annum from Febsquare thing. lie a man dr a mouse. ruary 14, 1914, until paid; also tho Hold your head up, If ou die hard. further sum of $1,612.68 In favor of If Ohio county doesn't pool up J. D. Duke, with Interest thereon at better than she Is doing, the other the rate of 6 per cent per annum counties will throw down the pool trom January 5, 1912, until paid, an I Now, and we will come out badly. all cost herein, including the cost Let1 come, let us reason together. of this sale, I will offer for sale by everybody come to Hartford arid public auction at the office of the turn In the amount of pledged tobac- Rockport Deposit Bank, Rockport, co and see If we can't take care ' Ky., on Saturday, October 14, 191C, our business. at, the hour of 1:00 p. m., on a credit L. B. TICHENOR, Ch'm'n. of three and six months the following described property, NOTICE. 10 shares of capital stock of tho Ohio Circuit Co'urt. Rockport Deposit Bank, belngcertl-flcate- s Myrtle Smith, Admrx., Pl'ff. Nos. 77, 55, G8, 54, 40 and Vs. Notice. 39; which shares of stock were ownJohn G. Smith, et al Defts. ed by W. P. Her, deceased, and held ji All by the Farmers State Bank of Brook-por- t, To whom It may concern: persons, partnerships or corpora111. as collateral security. tions having claims against the esAlso 20 shares of the capital stock tate of C. M. Smith, deceased, are of the Rockport Deposit Bank being hereby notified to present the same certificates Nos. 57, 58, 59 a'nd 60, to me at my office In Hartford, Ky., which shares of the said Rockport properly verified, on or before tho Deposit Bank were owned by Wv. P. first day of November, 1910. All Her, deceased, and held by J. D. claims not presented wllf be consid- Duke, as collateral security, or a ered barred. sufficiency thereof to produce the I will bo at my office each day to sums of money ordered to be made. recoil e, audit and hear proof on said The purchaser will bo required to claims. execute bond with approved security Witness my hand this tho 27th day Immediately after salo. of September, 191G. This the 27th day of September, OTTO C. MARTIN, 1916. Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit OTTO C. MARTIN, -13t3 Court. Master Commissioner. 13t3 H. P. TAYLOR. Attorney. PROF. H. P. GREEN COMING ' A GRHAT SCHOOL IJALLY NOTICU. URGES COOPERATION EQUITY SOCIETY HOLDS MEETING REPUBLICAN SPEAKING, n, (Continued from First Page.) place to bo determined later by the said owners of the tobacco. Resolved, fourth, That wo extend to his Honor Judge Slnck our slti- cere thanks for his courtesy trr ad journing court temporarily for our benefit; also to the Methodist church of Hartford for their church, where our deliberations were concluded. Resolved, fifth, That n copy of these resolutions be furnished both local papers nt Hartford, with the request that they publish same, nnd that we appeal to our neighbors nnd to our brother fanners throughout tho county to come to our nld and to their own rescue. S. It. BLANTON, , HENRY PIRTLE, L. L. PORTER, Committee. At tho request of the meeting, Mr. of the Tlnsley, secretary-treasure- r Hartford Tobacco Warehouse Co., canio before the meeting nnd rend tho contract, bond nnd the minutes of the meeting at which tho house was rented. Mr. Tlnsley wns voted the thanks of the meeting for his courtesy. Mr. S. R. Blanton, of Washington, D. C, made the closing speech which was Equity through and through, beneficial nnd highly appreciated by ull present. By request of representative citizens from eight different sections of the county, meetings were arranged for Thursdny night nt each placo, to reorganize the locals, and Saturday before the third Sunday in October was named as tho date and tho court house at Hartford tho place, to reorganize the county union of Ohio county. By motion the meeting adjourned to meet again on that date and occasion. T. H. BALMAIN, Ch'm'n. L. P. BENNETT, Sec'y. ELECTION C03DIISSIONERS APPOINT PRECINCT OFFICERS The Ohio County Board of Election Commissioners, composed of S. O. Keown, Sheriff of Ohio County; W. N. Stevens and W. S. Tlnsley, at a recent session appointed the following list of Precinct Election Officers for the ensuing year, commencing with September 20th, 1916, viz.: E. Hurtford, No. 1. E. G. Barrass, J. Y. Hagerman. Judges; E. P. Barnard, sheriff; J. 3. McMurtry, clerk. W. Hurtford, No. 2. S. T. Barnett. J. E. Bean, Judges; E. Crabtree, sheriff; O. C. Martlnt clerk. Bed a, No. :i. D. E. Ward, H. A. Balrd. Judges; d, O. R. Tlnsley, sheriff; Dudley clerk. Sulphur Springs, No. 4. Fonzo Mldklff, Lafe'Weller.Judges; W. V. Renfrow, sheriff; J. E. Mitchell, clerk. Mugnn, No. 5. A. C. Baughn, Leo Miller, Judges; Jno. R. Mldklff, sheriff; C. W. Mose-leWes-terflely, i I I T JUDGE J. SPARKS OF GREENVILLE Will speak at the following points and Ohio County: dates in Six-cylin- Centertown Thursday, Rockport Beaver Dam Horse Branch T7TZ: p. m. Srpsdamy October 5th' a' October 5th, at 7 o'clock x ay October 6fh at l :30 Oclober 6th' at 1:30 FVlfHVllltf L J. D. Saturday, October 7th, at H. CONDIT, Cooper, sheriff; W. H. Miller, - Chairman $$$$$3H&$$ Republican Campaign Committee Ohio County. clerk. W. FortltvlUe, No. 10. Lon Richards, Isaac Keown.Judges; Virgil Matthews, sheriff; R. O. Neel, clerk. Aetnmille, No. SO. W. S. Richards, W. L. Barrett. Judges; W. II. Curtis, sheriff; Wilbur Phillips, clerk. Sluwe, No. 21. C. T. Whlttlnghlll, Jno. Robinson, Judges; W. C. Keene, sheriff; Oscar Petty, clerk. No. 21!. M. S. Patterson, T. W. Daniel. Judges; L. C. Crawford, sheriff; K. C. Byers, clerk. Buford, No. 2X It. C. Hudson. C. D. Hudson, Judges; Walter Blair, sheriff; J. D. Holbrook, clerk. Hurtlctt, No. 21. D. B. Bartlett, Clarenco Patton, Judges; J. R. Weller, sheriff; Hosea Shown, clerk. Hellln, No. 2.5. Rov Owen. Rufus Wllllamsjudges; W. B. Hefltn, sheriff; L. E. Charlotte, '' clerk. No. 20. Ceralvo, D. R. Helsley, L. A. Klmmel, Judges; M. F. Klmbley, sheriff; P. L. Wood, clerk. , Pt. Pleasant, No. 27. Wat Taylor, L. E. Everley, Judges; Nat Llndley, sheriff; A. B. Tlchenor, OUitoni See Carson & Cos & & & & New Fall Line - to-wl- '. OP - - Men's, Ladies ' Misses' and Children's clerk. Cromwejl, No. S. L. Stevens, (I. ' Jim Butler Judges; Ike Cooper, sheriff; G. W. Martin, clerk. Cool Springs, No. 7 SHOES $3.00 to $6.00. to &1 Berryman, Judges; Logan Smith, sheriff; W. P. Bennett, clerk. North Rockport, No. 8. P. O. McKenney, S. L. Fulkerson, judges, J. E. Maddox, sheriff; J. I. Ho3lck, clerk. South Rockport, No. O. J. H. Miles', A. O. Ross, Judges; J. I. Clarke, sheriff; J. W. Foster, clerk. Arthur Miller. J. N. No matter tho price you want to pay, we havo a shoe here to please you. Men's W. L. Douglus and Walk-Ove- r gun metals, vici Kid and patents Shoes in tans, prices from & Prof. It. P. Green, of tho West Rowell Prlters' Supply Co., et al., Kontucky State Normal School at Plaintiffs. Bowling Green, Ky., will spend the Vs. Notice. untiro week, beginning on Monday, W. S. Tlnsley and S. T. Barnctt, AdOctober 2, 191G, in Ohio county, and ministrators of tho estate ot C. M. In company with Superintendent Barnctt, deceased, et al., DefendShults will visit schools In different ants. parts of tho county. All persons, firms and corporaRallies will bo held and addresses tions having claims against tIl cs" dellvorud at tho following times and tato of C. M. Barnctt, deceased, are plaogs: notified to present the same to mo ut Monday, October 2d Centortown, my offlco lnNlartford, Ky., properly 8:30 a. in.; Rockport, 1:00 p. m.; verified, on or boforo tho first day MoHenry, 7:30 p. m. of November, 1910. Tuesday, Oct 3d Taylor Mines, I will be In my office until said 8:00 u. m.; Denver Dam, 1:00 p. m.; date to receive, hear proof of and Prentiss, 7:30 p. ni. audit claims against said estate. All Wednesday, Oct. 4th Cromwell, claims not filed by said dato will be fc:00 a. m.; Ilaizctown, 1:,00 p. in.; barred. Roalne, 7:30 p. m. Done by order of court at its SepThursday, Gth Shroader tember term, 1916, referring; said Oct. Schoolbouso, 8:00 a. m.; Dundee, caso to mo as Master Cbniralbsion-er- . clerk. 1:00 p. m.; Narrows, 7:30 p. in. I Hmulllious, No. 17. Fiiday, Oct. Gth Fordsvllle, 1:00 OTTO C. MARTIN, Jesse C. Hill, J. H. Barnard, p. m,; Shrevo, 7:30 p. m. Commissioner Ohio Circuit Master Franco, sheriff; Clin-- l Saturday, Oct. 7th Hartford, 1 13t3 Judges; Alonzo Court. ton Igleheart, clerk. p, m.; Buford, 7:30 p. m. m H. Fordsvllle, No. 18. Sweden's peat fields ore estimated Prof. Grceno Is recognized as one Rouzo Marlow, R. I. Miller, judges;. of' the meet scholarly and eloquent yio cover nearly 9,900,000 acres. Select, No. 10. E. B. Flnloy, N. H. Keown, judges; G. N. Baize, sheriff; W. I. Langford, clerk. Horse Branch, No. 11. Virgil Geary, M. B. Crowdcr, Judges; Joo Miller, sheriff; Jack Walker, clerk. yt Hoslne, No. 12. Tom Crowder, J. B. Monroe, Judges; R. H. Rains, sheriff; E. F. Llle3, clerk. Kutit Heater Dnm, No. HI. Ben (D. B.) Reld, Ellis Smith, Judges; Luther Render, sheriff; Ernest Taylor, clerk. W. Homer Vixm, No. 11. Coloman, Dick Sam Stevens, Judges; W. R. Cook, shcrlff;J. T. Hodges, clerk. McIIcnry, No. 18. Sam James. E. F. Render, Judges; W. Q. Smith, sheriff; Roscoo Plrtlo, clerk. Ccntertown, No. id. S. H. Render, W. II. Beau, Judges; Alvln Ross,' sheriff; G. W. Rowe, Ladies' and Misses' Smith Sterling Shoe, in kids,"gun metals and patents, regular and boots, from $3.00 to $3.50. Also shoes that can be sold as cheap as clerk. Narrows, No. 28. I. Brown, W. A. B. Renfrow. Judges; Tom Boswell, sheriff; C. C. Carter, clerk. Ralph, No. 20. Walter Mldklff. W. F. Howard, judges; J. A. Greer, sheriff; J. L. Pat-toclork. Tjentls, No. IU). Clarenco Dennis, James Shepherd, "Judges; Albort Patterson, sheriff; O. E. Scott, clerk. Herbeit, No. t. Grant Mldklff, Wnldon Haynes, Judges; II. L. Benvlns, sheriff; Leonard Tuylor, clork. Arnold, No. .'12. Mack Cook, P. L. Alford, Judges; J. T. Renfrow, sheriff; Clarenco Arnold, clerk. Render, No. SKI. Joe James, Lesllo Beunett.Judges; Bon Davis, sheriff; Claudo Myers, clerk. Simmons, No. 34. Lon Day, J. L. Southard. Judges; Harrison Crowe, shorltf; Jesse Hill, $1.75. V.'i n, 0 Your children's foot needs willbe looked aftir by us. & Wo will lit their feet properly. There are not any f: better lines of children's shoes than Star Brand and Billiucns. They fit properly; they are stylish; they wear, find the prices aro right. Prices from m 85c to $2.50. 0 We would bo pleased to havo you come in, and we will j j show you our lino of shoes for the family. Carson & (Incorporated.) Co., V clerk. j ftVVViFV1rtffffffff( HARTFORD, rsr. m m m