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RECEPTION A HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1916. Inspired in thu members of tho Stato "IF campaign orRntilsntlon a linn confi dence thnt only unremitting effort Is needed to place Kentucky In tin- - Ue- puhllrnn column nnxt November. -Loulsville Herald of Thursday. CONVICTS YOUR DOLL'S OVER SIX YEARS OLD PAY FULL FARE." YOU'LL HAVE TO on the border would be returned to their homo stntlons upon tho arrival Osslnlng, N. Y., Oct. 2. Escape of two convicts from tho "honor gang" working outsido Slug sli.g -i 'V!Kr Si'VA THURSDAY prison stirred tho Mutual Welfare LOUISVILLE T' 5yi!. t'Mt League, n convicts' organization, to day to offer rewards of $100 each for their arrest. The outside branch of SfurliiiK r.uiipulKiier Will Wind I'p tho league In Now York City also no iPSJa n lulls (Itj Locul Politicians tified Warden Thomas M. Osborno . ""-AiMi-vy.i y tr1 . Will Hear i a&'Vt ?x would this afternoon that efforts bo uiAdo to capture the refugees If v In flu. tlwtl ii lttwtnlnl mnf rntinlla Charlc H. Hughes, Republican I no men, i no inns winters, scutcuccu 1ST kV&v-- Z WiMZWiJ . i'TW7ttr notolnio for President, whoso ad- for burglary, and Kdward Kelly, teL-iCr, iTil tn.-;i 5 drew sentenced for llfo for murder, lied i. iiiRiiiii September dress i crowd tliat ever tins tho 11' last night from the prison farm at bY3nmwmL l i political gathering in this llcokman. iJrWviffSrlMP "V 23'lraSBBBr 7 -- oVit villi return to Kentucky for a or fpcerhns next Thursday, Ou I'oitKKitH ciii:api:k tolicr 1.'. ii was announced last night by L V I'oity, chairman of tho Hut CIiiiiko l'Nr Itreiid mid lluttcr OIlKOtM S;iln. Slate Campaign Committee. M Hughe wllj ontor Kentucky Pittsburgh, Oct. 1. The first Imfria Wont Virginia Thursday morning und :worp thru tho Valley of the portant break for mure than a year Big Sandy Itlvor, making Hpuochcs lu tho steadily rising markol for at too larger cities of that sec-tlo- n meat in the Pittsburgh district was forecast today when hogs were quotHe villi roncludo Ills trip with au ed at Herr's Island Stock Yards sevRehie in New York World. nddrcs at I'huonlx 1 1111 Park, in enty cents. per hundred lower than liOUlsville, at S o'clock Thursday yesterday, with tho highest prices at night 19.50. Heavy rccolpts und a falling WOMEN FIGHT TO ANDREW'S SPEECH of In demand were given by brokers KciiL'iary Aimniinrcd. Tho Itinerary for tho Republican as tho cause of tho slump. Any saving which might be effect- - j nominee's roturn visit, an announcTHE BURN ABDUCTOR ed by Cujlrtuau Petty, follows: Plko-'vlll- ed from tljls cause, however, was balanced by the announcement of j 8 a. in ; Prestonsburg, 9:45 a. m ; Pnint. ville, 10:40 a. in.; Louisa. leading hotel managers that ten cents I 12:20 p. in.; AHhland, 1:30 p. in., would he added to all clrrcka for KLSIIKS KKHOHKNK TO ROAD-S1I- HARTFORD AND FOHDSVILl.R DKIiIOHTKD WITH ADDRESS- und Lul. ,Mlle at S o'clock that night. meals to cover the cost of bread and WIIKHE HOY DICKSON'S KS OF NKHKASKAN. ' 1K1DY IiAY. Mr. special train will mako butter. Ono manager declared these tho Jui. p from Ashland to Loulsvlllo itoniR cost him approximately $100 a day and ho. could not afford It. Tho without a stop. Republican State Hoadquartars, rule becomes 'operative" "nuxt MonBEN 'JOHNSON SHERIFF'S SHOT DEADLY SCORES day. follow iiiK receipt of dollnito information rrlatlw to Mr. IhigliuH Itlncr ary, la1-- , night began tin active cam- Ci:.Tlt.li CITY MINKS AVlIili KKSUMi: WOHK Shelby County Oniccr Kills Man Who Siiyn Foul th District Congrefcsnuin paign of preparation for tho roturn Detrimental to Capitol nnd Urges Took Louisville Girl I'rom . visit of tin- nominee. Mr. Polly and Election of Husvtell. Central City, Ky., Oct. 4. Tho Home. his nl1'' promptly notified, by Central Coal & Iron Company, oper-utiu- g and telegraph, tho county the du Pout mines nt this place, chalrni' ii und oSher loaders of the hns posted notices that its mines will :1tu wh'cli Mr. Hughes U Hon. W. E. Andrews, former asTho flight of Roy Dickson with to put', apprising ttiom of tho honor rosumn work Tuesday, October 10, Catherine Lethlg, daughter sistant auditor of the U. S. Treasuudor a contract with tho Southern of Joseph Lethlg, a farmer on thy ury, spoko in the court house hero to be l them. Minors' Association, recently organSentiment is Strong. Campground road, seven miles from Monday afternoon. The ability of ised nt this place. The United Mlno Tne !M? Sandy Valloy, In which Workers of America will not bo re- Louisville, was checked on the road- tho speaker was not known locally Bagdad, at 11 o'clock yes- and the audience was not as largo is to make five spoechen, cognized us au Mr lliif-lieorganization, hut side near sent!-inun- t, terday tmornliIg, when Sheriff J. L. as It should havo Jieen. County Is soothiiiK with Republican mombors of that union may work by Smith, of Shclbyville, and deputies Court was In session In the lower part .nut it in a foregone concluifor. joining tho new organization. In au automobile overtook Dickson of the court houso and inability to by that the nominee will be i; roe ted Tho organization of tho Southern and tho girl, killing the mau as ho have the witnesses released for the at every point. , lni;e Miners' Association Is a result of last Arr.ii u'i ments will bo maid Immo-dmtel- spring's dellboratlonH over wago dis- raised a shotgun In reply to a com- occasion also served to decrcaso the attendance. Ur the rally in Loulsvlllo putes with tho Western Kentucky mand to surrender. Mr. Androws made ridiculous maijy About forty women who gathered night. Additional scats will Operators' Association. The national Thursd iy Demlie D.aced In Phoenix Hill Pari; and ollkers would not give tho miners and offered shelter to tho child, of the acts and policies of the clamored for vengeance as tho man ocratic administration and his explao- Wy oilier arrangement which financial assistance. It Is said, when cm suggest will bo made they votod down tho operators' prop- lay dead shot through tho head. Cans nation of tho necessity of a protecwar, for h.ri lllng the enormous crows', osition for a settlement. Tho min- of kerosene were brought and thero tive tariff, especially after tho was made quite plain to his hearers. were shouts of "Durn him." ei rtain to greet M.r. Hughes whlc'i ors claim thoy paid into the nationFor more than thirty minutes a Ho proved to bo ono of tho best postTho fiei iliiec probably will ho tho al organization's treasury thousands squad ot county pollccmcnt, under ed men along the lines ot government 'm r of tho occasion. or dollars for tho benefit of striking spoko In Hartford Since the opening of tho Stnto cam- miners In other districts, and that so Capt. C. J. Purcell, guarded tho body finances that ever paign in Lexington last month, when far thoy havo nover been ublo lo ob- and fought with tho women to keep and his practical way of proving his points mado friends for himself and Mr. Huvhea personality and addresi tain nuy relief when standing out for them back from tho body. Finally, under escort, the body was conveyed votes for the Republican party. made a : i Impression upon all who their rights. During his address tho former Auto Shannon's undertaking establishwere aide to get within seelnt' or t ditor touched upon tho Congressional vlllo.v ment at Shelby heariiiK distance tho Stato Campaign THIAIi OK ITNIiKV AND On tho witness stand tho child re- raco In tho Fourth District and said Commi'tce linn boen Inuiidnted with MAI.ONK SHT l'OK .MONDAY lated how DickHon, who was au em- that boasts of Congressman Johnson doinans that Mr Hughos bo brought 'tho Lethlg farm, took her having saved tho Government great back to Kontuoky for furthur speech- Alfred Flnloy and Gcorgo Malono ploye on wugon be- sums of money was largely political away In a mule-draw- n whoso ages aro given as 17 nnd 13, longing to her father and deserted talk. He stated that no largo Bums Expected. Itotiini Was respectively of near Fordsvllle, were ot money had boon returned to tho Scv rul weeks ago Mr. lluglivj arrosted in Owensboro, brought to It at Prostou btreet, neat tho Treasury by Johnson when ho loft ' pronn. i d to pay a roturn visit, but Hartford nnd lodged In Jail lmt Tuo- In 1915. She said Dickson told her ho was tho Treasury Department tho Campaign Committee withhold day night, charged with horso steal- -' going to take her to Frankfort, Ky., Ho charged that Johnson was a dettho announcement until It was In u lug. Tho boys aro chanted wlth.nnd car, riment to tho National Capitol and position to announce his Itinerary. us wo nro informed, confoss to havo and thoy boarded an Intorurban alighting at Shclbyvlllo. Prlvatoly tho urgeJ his hearers to veto for Has-wo- ll -. The i "turn of Mr. Ilughoa furnlsh-Ctaken a horso bolonglng to Mr. W. In November. ocndi'iiionul proof, ir any woro need- T. Keown anil ono bolonglng to Mr. child told Coroner Hullock of Mr. Andrews was Introduced by currences on tho waysldo, but deed, that tho national leadora of the John Uollnmy, from Kordsvlllo last A. 1). Kirk, Republican nomlnco for Ropublhun party loolc upon Ken- Sunduy night whero tho horses had nied Improper relations at tho hotel County Attorney. where thoy spent tho night as S. tucky us u doubtful Stato In this, been ridden to church and hitched. daughter, of Lexington. Tho boys claim that thoy simply took Smith and j ear's cmpalgn. Kordsvlllo, Ky., Oct. .1 Hon. W. "When wo loft tho car," tho child Sin o tho opening of tho cam- tho horsos, rodo thorn to or near Ow- organization has onaboro and turned them looso. Fin-le- y l elated, "ho and 1 walked along a E. Andrews spoke hero lust night to paign, tho national wo came to some bushes. a largo and enthusiastic audience. Ho boon listening soino of tho best and Malono, In dofuult of ball aro road until tho party to thli Stato, now In jail, tholr oxamlnlng trial has Ho dragged mo Into tho bushes and was introduced by Sam Gaines and speakers of then tied my hands. Thou ho put n Immediately plunged Into one of tho and has promlsod soveral additional boon sot for noxt Monday. greatost political ever addresses famo is ovon moro been re- rag In my mouth." Until of tho horses havo orators whoso Tho child was In a serious condi- heard here. thun nntlonnl. Soino of thoso who covered by their ownors. Ho held tho attention of his audition MondaV night when Dickson -- bavo been nssltlng In the Kentucky called ut tho Adamson Hotel and rcge. ence throughout the ovenlug and all Cur Strike Settled. fight aro Sonator Warren O. Ilarulug, Albany, N. Y., Oct. 4. Tho etrlkoi Istcrcd. Tho police say ho informed of thoso who heard him wero Imof Ohio; Hulbort P. Gardner, of mensely pleased. Wulno; Congressman Nicholas Loitg-vort- which bad completely tied up trolloy) tho proprietor of tho hotel that the Ohio; former Congressmen sorvlco In Albany and IlonsBolaor girl was his child, and that ho was of Is- - pearchlng for his wife, "who had ALL OF MOIIILIED OCA HI) fl. J. DIokoraa und Edward Trori, of since Monday and In Troy, (Ireen TO SEE BORDER SERVICE others of equal noto. lund, Cohoos and Watorvllot since eloped with another man." Hccauso ldlchlsan1tUid Bottled at noon today. of the dlftereuccs of the ages of tho x yesterday was Much Interest Shown. Washington, Oct. 3. Secretary word was accepted Tho deop lntorosL being shown In Differences between tho nion and tho two, Dickson's Company olllclnls without question and ho and tho child IUkcr announced lato today that all thlH Stato by tho party's national United Tractlou National Guard troops now lu mo? occupied tho same room. leaders, tho big crowds which uro will bo adjusted by arbitration. Orbllizatlon camps would bo sent to tho Immediately Issued for tho j gctlnB the orators now touring tho ders woro China Imports nearly 200,000,000 border "In tho lnimcdlato future" splendid gains shown resumption ot servlco as soon as Suite und tho and In each lustunco organizations gallons ot kerosene a year. by the registration of Tuesday, havo m-j in-T- WII.I. ItMVtTCK V NOMINEE MAKE M.lillH OF SPEECHES IN ISLIK CRASH STATU OFFER REWARD FOR TWO WHO ESCAPED - .hhr8 I I l" 'I "" ! XSty.... mtsmk VVl WWII '"-"- --. -- i -- -. f in s- mi lrJri - WigZM?mZur- tim & i -- H "tw j0 y?fL iKss&'jtf ifwifi s of now units. Tho troops which havo not yot seen border servlco and which now will be sent South nro units In Alabama, Ocorgla, Florida, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Colorado, New Hampshire, New York and Mississippi. With tho exception of Alabama, Georgia and Colorado onlv small detach- ments remain In these States. Tho Secretary's statement was the first odlclal announcement that tho War Department had adopted a policy calling for border service or all the National Guardsmen before thoy arc mustered out. It had been understood for several weeks, however, that this courso would bo pursued. Department officials expect Uia last of the units to be moving toward tho border within the next week or ten days. ( ACTIVE CAMPAIGN Planned to Relievo Armenian Sjrlnii War Victims. Anil HAPPY REUNION TAFT AND ROOSEVELT MEET" AND SHAKE HANDS ItEFOUK HUGHES. THREE ASSAIL WILSON Attack Administration Policies FrontSaino Platform In Now York City. New York, Oct. 3. Charles E". Hughes, Theodore Roosevelt and William II. Toft spoko tonight from, tho same platform at a reception given Mr. Hughes by tho Union League Club of this city. The occasion served to bring CoL Roosevelt and Mr. Taft face to face for the first time In more than a- -" year. They clasped hands for a moment, each said to the other, "How do you do?" and bowed. Col, Roosevelt then passed on to take Ills' place In the reviewing lino. Later In the evening Col. Roosevelt and Mr. Taft mot again in with Chauncey M. Depew and George R. Sheldon. Col. Roosevelt, It was reported, Inquired after the health of Mrs. Taft. They did not meet again during the evening'. Trio Assails Wilson. Messrs. Hughes, Roosevelt and Taft addressed tho club members and tholr guests, after the formal recep Hon In the main room of the club. In their speeches each assailed more vigorously than before- - during tho present campaign. "We have heard In recent days," Mr. Hughes said, "that-th- o alterna-- ' tlve of the policy of the present Administration Is war. I think that, the alternative of the present Ad' ministration Is peace with honor." Col. Roosevelt vigorously denounced the Administration's forolgn policy, declaring that thero would be ho debate In the German Reichstag as to tho resumption of submarine war' fare "if they knew that they had as President of the United States a. man who would not tolerate any kind of action of that sort." Invitation FOr Insult. President Wilson's speech on Saturday, Col. Roosevelt said, left an. inference that it he were tills country would not be drawn into war, "leaving It to bo Inferred by tho outside world that nobody could in' , suit htm so that ho w6uld fight." "Mr. Wilson's speech last Satur day," Col. Roosevelt continues, "was nn Invitation to foreign Powers to do whatever they wished because if in power they need not b he-wer- ai-rli- iii - "HITS c, SPOT" K -- Hu.-ilie- Washington, Oct. 4. An active campaign to solicit $5,000,000 for rcl'cf of about 1,000,000 Armenian and Syrian war victims was under way directed by the American Committee for Armenian and Syrian Relief. A statement Issued by tho nearly declared committee of a million Armenians, or tho number In their nearly one-hanative country at tho beginning of tho war, have been massacred by Turks or died of hunger or disease. Tho committee urged special efforts for collection of funds on October 21 nnd 22, designated by President Wilson as special Armenian and Syrian relief days. Tho Turkish Government already given consent for distribution of rllcf among Syrians, and authority been secured for passage of supplies through tho Allied blockade. Tho State Department hopes to an extension of these privileges ro Armenia. y, thrco-quartelf ''i -- ob-:...- ln - tolo-pbo- ni t'ELEDRATK GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY OF J. S. MASON s s y - foro-thoug- ht I c. Friends and relatives gathered at thu homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ma-oon tho Hartford and Owensboro road, near Duford, Wednesday and celebrated tho golden wedding anniversary ot Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mason. The occasion was a very enjoyable one for all present, especially the hosts who are halo and hearty after years of useful life as citizens. Mr. and Mrs. Mason are very prominent and probably no couplo Is betA goldtor known In tho county. en wedding anniversary, terminating fifty yars of happy married llfo, Is a great occasion and If congratulations are over proper thoy surely are at that tlmo. Tho party was craftily arranged by Mrs. I. S. Marfon without tho knowlcdgo of her paronts-ln-lannd tho compllmont was appreciated by tho hosts. Tho following wero presn, w afraid." - Ilay-mark- j I I h, 4 Mr. Wilson, Col. Roosevolt said, "Is praised for tho most part by people with shoulders that slope- like a champagne bottle, by people with timid hearts and quavering voices' ent: say that ho has kept us out or Mrs. R. C. Yager, Addison Hall, who Crest wood; Miss Mattlo Dennett, Miss war." Mr. Taft said that ho concurred In Dora Dennett, Mr. and Mrs. James the view of Mr. Roosevelt that this , CalDennett, Mrs! Frank houn; Mr. mid Mrs. John Ruby and election Is tho most "Important" daughter Bessie, Mrs. Barbara Flck-- j since tho Civil War, and declared Adllu, Owensboro; Mrs. Wilbur Mitch- that ho did not consider that tho ministration had kept the country ell, Beaver Dam; Mr. and Mrs. R. It. Cundlff, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Maait out of war. No Introduction. and son, Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. Wll- When thoy wero brought face to Ham Boylos, Mrs. Oscar Tumor, Mrs. Fannie Blair, MrvJohn Holbrook, Mr. face tonight by Mr. Sheldon, there was no word of Introduction -- no and Mrs. I. S. Muson und daughter, time for It. For a fraction of a Mary Ike, Mrs. Louis Turner. second their eyes metund each looko ed Into the others' unsmiling face. .MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED SINCE OUR LAST REPORT Then Mr. Taft extended hla hand and Col Roosevelt took It. Thero woro other handshakes of Noah Zachery, Echols, to Rosa a formal nature. Among them were Bowon, Beaver Dam, R. 2. V. M. Whlto. Evausvlllo, Ind.. to meotings between George W. Perkins and Mr. Taft and between Col. Fuunlo Baize, Select. Herman Peach, Roslno, to Cnsslo Roosevelt and Boles Ponrosu, SenaAs In tho tor troin Pennsylvania. L. Hoover, Clear Run. Willie Smiley, Hartford. II. 5., to case ot tho greeting between Taft and Katlo Alico Whlttakor, Hartrord Roosevelt, the commonplaces of moet-tu- g wero oxchangpd. U. 5. Mr. Root, as president of tho club, Injured on Loud of Hay. stood first In the receiving line, with Mr. W. R. Gray, of or near Taylor Mr. Hughes nt his right. Others lu Mines, was painfully mid seriously tho Hue, In tho order named woro: Injured on last Wednesday when at- Col. Roosevelt, Mr. De'pow, Mr. Taft, tempting to drive Into a barn with a Gon. Horuco Porter, former president load of hay which was higher than of tho club; Gov. Whitman, of New ho thought. Mr. Gray was caught York; Sonator Full, of New Mexico; between tho hay and barn root or Gov. Beeckrann, of Rhode Island; plate, crushing und bruising him Mr. Wlllcqx, Mr. Culder, Senator Physicians also think Weeks, Mr. Bacon and W. Cameron very budly. that Mr. Gray's spine Is injured, tho Fortes. The lino of guests was to what extent thoy havo not been nearly two hours In' passing and then-t- he speaking began. ablo to tell. Beu-nott. j ' i 1 . f.il jj r - - uJkJjnjiyt'Jl--Liiuy-- '' nt!tSstWv3sr: duties are to be performed. m We pledge the Republican party to tho faithful enforcement of nil nwi nrinxrwl for thn nrotec-- ' tlon of labor. We favor vocational education; the enactment and rigid government and, If persisted Its deeds, and all really effective enforcement of a Federal child-labo- r The Republican lias rccoived sev- ' In tholr law; the enactment of n generbring still greater benefits laws regulating the railroads and oral requests for publication of the In. will workman's the great Industrial corporations r.re ous and comprehensive Republican platform of 191 G adopt- - In the future We accepted the responslblllt) of .the work of Republican Congresses compensation law, within tho comThe cd at the Chicago Convention. and Presidents. For this policy of merce power of Congress, and an acrPoiiMts. which come from our coun- - tne lsianas as u um, lu To leave ' regulation and supervision the Dom- cident compenseutatlon law covering ... ,.ipr.. nrn comnlled with be-- ! and the Filipino people, . J ,v..v...T done, would break ' ocrats, In a stumbling and piecemeal j nil Government employees. Wo fa- with our task half low. ' pledges, Injure our prestige way, are undertaking to Involve the vor the collection and collation, un , our !n . .1 hnii Government in business which should der the direction of the Department iJC among nauons, aim I M Aaal "In 1SC1 tho Republican Party I ? bo left within the sphere of private of Labor, of complete data relating It stood for already boon accomplished, stood for tho Union. As ! Democratic ad- -. enterprise and In direct competition to industrial hazards for the Infor- - p We condemn the tho Union of States. It now stand a own ....i..i n.nni. tnu. n Amnrlcuii ministration for Its attempt to nban- with its to citizens,an policy which matlon of Congress, to the end that fc inferior pro such legislation may be adopted as j result in Philippines, which was pre-- j Is sure Idn'ls. lojal to American traditions. don the -, ,,may bo calculated to secure the safe- uu except to the vonteu oniy ny me .Kr0u3 knowing no allegiance . of 7 The Republican Party firmly be ty, conseration and protection ox uepumzcuu j.uemuo Constitution, to the Government and sltton In labor from the dangers Incident to States. Wo Congress, aided by a few patriotic lieves that all who violate the laws to the tlag of the United regulation of business, should be in- industry and transportation. relieve In American policies at home Democrats. But prosecu- dividually punished. Siirirnjie. ' f Kn.itrlntlon. Wsht and abroad. from porsocu ' o tlon is very different The Republican party, reaffirming We reiterate the unqualified Protection of American Illsht. - tlon, and business succoss, no mat- - its fnlth in government of the pen declare that we believe in and proval of the action taken in Decemter how honestly attained, is nppar-ipi- e, by the people, for the people. wlll enforce tho protection of every btr. 1911. by the President and Con ently regarded by tho Democratic, . ensure of Justice to one-hal- f In all the rights ares to secure with Russia, as with American citizen (.unit. outi uuv.- - me auuu people i me nraniri, aerared to him by tho Constitution, other countries, a treaty that Will l"'i and beliefs choke enterprise vora the extension of the suffrage to trlnes by treaties and the law of nations, tecognlze 'the absolute right of cx- The Uepub- - women, but recognises the right of I - and stifle prosperity. at home and abroad, by land and sea. patriatlon and prevent all discriml- llcan Party believes in oncouraglng each State to settle this question fori These rights, which, In violation of nation of whatever kind between Am- American business, as it believes in Itself. the specific promise of their party ertenn citizens whether native born and will seek to advance all AmeriSuch are our principles, such nre made at Baltimore In 1912, the or alien, and regardless of race, re- - can interests. our purposes and policies. We cloo - liglon or prevUus politleal allegiance. D.mocratic President and the Demas wc bogan. The times nro danger- Huriil Credits. oeratlc Congress have failed to de- - We renew the pledge to observe this i ..... .ni We favor an effective system of am nnil tne ruitire is irnugm wun nintn- - ...t.,inia nnH in maintain the rleht fltn.hini.tr j' ' ' which Is neither to be rural credits as opposed to tho Inef- - perils. The great Issues of the dn we fectlve law proposed by the present have been confused by words and surrendered nor restricted, and Kurelmi Relations. phrases. The American spirit, which We desire, the peace of justice and unite In the cherished hope that the Democratic administration. niado the country ami saved the I'n- Rural Krco Delivery. right, and believe In maintaining a war which Is now desolating the , ion, has been forg6tten by tho" com-thWe favor the extenslon.of the rur-nrlct and honest neutrality between world may speedily end. with abroth-Europ- e of al free delivery system and condemn1 chrged with the responsibility belligerents In the great war In pleteaud lasting restoration of administration for aower. Wo appeal to all Americans. must perform all our erhood among the nations of the the Democratic We Before vou buy Von should examine our hand whether naturalized or native born. duties and Insist upon all our rights ' earth and the assurance of full equ-a- s curtailing and crippling It. m side farm wagons. prove to the world that wo are They run lighter, sire made of to Merchant Marine. neutrals without fear and without al rights, civil and religious, to all In view of the policies adopted by Americans In thought and in deed, X the very best material and last far longor than any favor. We believe that peace and men In every land, all the maritime nations to encour-- 1 with one loyalty, one hope, one usdignity and neutrality, as well as-tProtection of the Countiy. machine made wagon you can buy no matter what We call on all Americans in piration. j imlnence of the United States, can rder to maintain our peace age their shipping interests, and nnt Ho nrpfip.rvpfl bv shiftv eXDedi- - n.., ..nl..A ia.iiVi tli enfiirlrv nf nnr order to enable us to compete with to bo true to the spirit of America. X price you pay. g trade to the great traditions of their com-ant- e ents. by phrasemaking. by perform- - people wIthln our own 1)0rders tho them for the We also do all kinds of Hlaeksmithing and He- - $ favor the payment to ships en- - mon country and above all things. language, or by attitudes countrj. mu3t have not only adequate in IT ever chancing in aij effort to secure but thorough and complete national gaged In the foreign trade of liberal to keep the faith. pairing, especially tho hard jobs the other fellow voters. The present ad- defenses ready for any emergency. compensation for services actually Does Sloan's Liniment Help Rheumagroups of can't do. ministration has destroyed our influ- We must have a sufficient and effec- rendered In carrying the malls, and tism? humiliated us in our tive Regular Army, and a provision such further legislation as will build ence abroad and Ask the man who uses it, he We also make a specialty .of Horseshoeing and own eyes. The Republican Party for ample reserves, already drilled up an adequate American merchant knows. "To think I suffered nil these uriyn holicvps that a firm. Consistent, . and .... .I .llolnllnnrl earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. h rnllpil marine and give us ships which may in u u'"'l""".l "" . years when ono 25 cent bottle of L ..,,.! . .... .1- .- r. foreign policy, always at once t0 tne colors wheI1 the, hour ne requismoneu u i..e courageous Sloan's Liniment cured me," writes intime of national emergency, Respectfully yours, maintained by Republican Presidents ot danger comes If you have ' Wo are uttcrl" oPPcd to tho ono grateful user. in accordant with American' tradt-- ' We must have a Navy so strong Rheumatism or suffer from Neuraltions. is the best, as It is the only and so well proportioned and equip-- , Government ownership of vessels as gia, Backache, Soreness and Stiffronosed b' the Democratic Party, true way. to preserve our peace ped. so thoroughly ready and prepar- ships, ness, don't put off getting a bottle of Government-owne- d and restore us to our rightful place Ddt Uiat no enemy can gain command because Sloan's. It will give you such welwhlle effectively preventing the among nations. We believe in the of the sea and effect a Ending in , come relief. It warms and soothes I settlement of international force on eUher OUr western or our ' velopment of the American merchant the sore, stiff painful places and you en-odisputes, and favor the establishment eastern coast. To secure these re- -' niarino by private capital, will be f ul,al)le to Provide for the vast feel so much better. Buy it at any . tirel' Thirty-fiv- e court for that purpose. a world years experience in the shop. sulu Ve must have a coherent and 1 or American ireignts anu win Drug Store, only 23 cents. Mexico. continuous policy of national defense. volume ft tu us more helpless than ever in We deeply sympathize with the which even In these perilous days leave TIIOl'SAXnS OK WIVK.S STRUCK Party has utterly the hard grip of foreign syndicates. 15,000,000 people of Mexico who for the Democratic AS PRICK OK CHICKKX SOARS Railroads. three years have seen their country failed to develop, but which we promInterstate and intrastate transInccns. devastated, their komes destroyed, ise to give to the country. New York, September 27. portation have become so Interwoven cd at poultry dealers for forcing up Tariff. thoir fellow citizens murdered and The Republican Party stands now, that the attempts to apply two and .the price of kosher chickens, thoustheir women outraged, by armed i! fliuoii(!hnrn Di nr q r n ono led by as always, In the fullest sense for often several sets of laws to its regu- ands of housewives, backed by the bands of desperadoes agitators the policy of tariff protection to Am- - lation lias produced conflicts of au- United Hebrew Trades, "went on conscienceless UUU 1 U UU Ul u lUUulu UUUI IUUU X ' thority, embarrassment in operation strike" here Monday. who, when temporarily successful in erican Industries and American (Incorporated) locality, have neither sought nor . bor and does not regard an antldump- - and inconvenience and expense to The women declare they will not been able to restore order or estab lng provision as an adequate substi the public. buy poultry until prices reach their The entire transportation system proper level. tiit i lish and maintain poace. OWplNSBORO. KY Such protection should be reason- - of the cotlntry has become essential We express our horror and indignational. We. therefore, favor Time Knoiigli Yet. nation at tho outrages which have able In amount but sufficient to nec-an- d "Woman Is a little slow to get ac-- ; been and are being perpetrated by tect adequately American industries such action by legislation or. if Best located school in western Kentucky. I.ootted American labor and so adjusted essary, through an amendment to tho qualuted with the auto apparent- - J these banditn upon American men - as to prevent undue exactions by Constitution of the United States ns ly." and women who were or are in Mexin a manufacturing town where you do not have to "What makes you say that?" or trusts. It should, wM result in placing it under com- ico by Invitation of tho laws and of monopolies Federal control. have never seen one repairing "I the Government of that country and moreover, give special attention to Plete 1 seek a position; whore the position seeks you. Kconomy and a National Budget. her car.' whose rights to security of person i securing the industrial independence The Increasing cost of the sol-ra- n of the United States as in the case of and property are guaranteed by you desira to work and attend school, write us. Despondency. Government and the need for the dyestuffs. treaty obligations. We When you feel discouraged und greatest economy ot its resources in Through wise tariff and industrial i tho Indcfenslblo methods ot We are in a position to got you work while you are in do not give up but take interference employed by this admin- legislation our industries can be so order to meet the growing demands despondent of the people for Government servlco a doso of Chamberlain's Tablet and X istration in tho internal affairs of organized that they will become not school thus assisting you in paying your way. but a call for the severest condemnation of you aro utmost certain to feel nil Mexico and refer with shame to its only a commercial bulwark the wasteful appropriations ot this right within a day or two. Desponfailure to discharge the duty of this powerful aid to national defense. administration, of its dency is very often duo to indigesTho Underwood taritf act Is a com- Democratic country as next friend to Mexico, shameless raids on the Treasury, and tion und biliousness, for which these its duty to oilier powers who have plete failure in every respect. Under aro especially nluable. Obrelied upon us as such friend, and it.s administration imports have en I of its opposition to and rejection of tablets ' m propos- tainable everywhere." President Taft's its duty to our citizens in Mexico, in ormously Increased in bpite of the o. ecGREGG SHORTHAND, TWENTIETH OENTU- the continuance of such j fact that lntecourso with foreign als and earnest efforts to secure permitting l)Iscoer. of (Jrand ('iiii)iiii. conditions, fint by failuro to act countries has been largely cut off by onomy and efficiency through the esThe first white men to see tho promptly and firmly, and second, by (reason of the war, while the reven-lon- d tablishment of a simple businesslike Grand Canyon of tho Colorado wen X RY BOOKKEEPING, Commercial Arithmetic, Rapid budget system to which wo pledgo I UK i t:i Influence to tho contlnua-- j ues of which we stand in buch dire our support and which wo hold to be Cardenas and his 12 companions, X Calculation, Business Correspondence, English, Com- tlon of such conditions through roc-- , ued have boon greatly reduced, necoasary to effect tiny real roform who were guldpd there by Hopl Inounitlon of ono of the factions re- j Ci.dtsf the normal conditions which Cnrdenas was dians from Tusayan. prevailed prior to tho war it was In tho administration of national fi- sont by Colorado to And tho wondermercial Law, Spelling, Business Penmanship, Type- - $ Hpomiblo for those outrages. nances. demonstrated that thia act We pledge our aid in rostoring ful river or which Do Tovtir had ConenHtl(n. writing. " dor and maintaining peaco In Mexico, deprived tho American producer and He remainWe bellevo in a car of ul husbandry hoard from the Indians. Wo prouiUu to our cltionB on anili't.e American wage oarucr of that resources of tho ed tour days on the rim ut some X Write us for further information. ii'tar our border, and to those in protection which enabled them to of all tho natural a a In Nation a huslmndry which moans point now unknown, looking in Maxico, wherever they may be found, i. let their toreigx competitors, and development without waste; use tor n way to doscond. It U always, Hdequtte and absoluto protection in Lut for tho adventitious i condition InturostluK to recall the heroic trip without abuse. would-Ionsince ci er.ted by tho war, tliulr lives, liberty and property. made by M.iJ. J. W. Powull down tho (1vlI-Sc- r Ico llifoiin. , huic paralyzed all forsu ot Americaiouroe Doctrine. Grand Canyon In small boats when tlonal Association of Postmastors, or tho heads ot tlioso postmasters o Law has always The Wo reaffirm our approval ot tiie an h'Justry and deprived American practlcnlly nothing vab known of its presumably n postal or- who roruBo to "get busy for Wilson." been sustained by tho Republican duolartt It lbbir ot its just reward. Monroo doctrine, and course or character. His Journey ganization. were In Washington, t. our repented began nt Green River, Wyo., May 24, igatNtaiitanCQ to be a policy of this I; iuik not in the le&st degree re- Party, and we -merely stops looking to tho turning ut living, which has declarations that it shall be thor 1SG9, and was notably successful. oountry ossentlRl to Us proaent and duced the of that organization to a vast politiTests fur Xmul ()Hlioi. luture peace und safety and to the constantly advanced from the date oughly and ht'i.oitly enforced nnd U. S Geological Survey. cal machine for the bonoflt of the Practical tosts, designed to show The of its manifest due-tin- of I'.it ouuettuent. The welfare of our extended wLertver practicable. achievement Domocrutlc national ticket, is com- tho individual efficiency of nnvul ofdemands Its repoul and the Democratic Party has created olncu ing to light. ficers qualifying for promotion, nro hubiiltution of a measure which in March 4, 1912, 30,000 offices outsldo Latin AinoWtti. I,ottonl sont out originally, It is to superscdo tho old systom ot writo annuLaw nt an We faror tito continuunco ot Re- poace as well as in war will produce of tho alleged, by Collo M. Selph, postmas- ten examinations. Rear Admiral publican policies which will result ataiU rovunue and glvo reasonable al cost ot $4,000,000 to the taxpayFor Infants and Children country. ter nt St. I.ouis, to members of tho or- Palmer, acting secretory of tho naiu uruwini; more und more closely protection to all forms of American ers of the Years ganization have como to tho asso- vy, has authorized all ship command-or- s Wc condemn tho gross abuho nnd In Use For Over tlio eommarclal, financial and social production in mine, forest, Hold and to make tho subjects of steam enand by tho present Always bears ciation in Pennsylvania the misuse of tho law relations hutween tills country ami factory. the to bo distributed to postmas- gineering, nuvngatloii, gunnery, ty administration and wo Signature of We fuvor the creation of a tariff Democratic America. the countries of Latin niul seamanship tho deciding ters In tholr rcspectlvo states. They ..uiumUiilim with complete power to pledgo ourselves to n reorganization Philippine. prove, it is declared, that postal ef- factors. Ve ronow our ullegianco to the father and compile Information fori of this sorvlco along lines of offlclen- ficiency, tho supposed object of tho aivr in mm: wii.son Philippine pulley inaugurated by th like of Cougress In all mutters oy and ecotiomy. I'flr it Muddy Complexion. ADVIC'K TO POSTMASTERS organization of postmasters, is to bo Territorial OlliriuN. McKlnloy, approval by Congress and relating to tho tariff. Take Chnmhorlnln's Tublcts and displaced for political efficiency. ReaOlrming tho attitude long consibtontly carried out by Rooso-vi;- lt Washington, September 27. WJiat Tho letters, which nro reaching udopt u diet of vegetables und cer- The Republican Party bus long be- maintained by tho Republican parand Tuft. Kvcn in this short timet it litis enormously improved the lieved iu tho rigid supervision and ty, wo hold that officials appointed is ruga riled by Republican campaign Pennsyivntua posimusiurBus wen us imis. mite outdoor exorcise dully Virginia and and your complexion will bo greatly niulsrlal and .oolal conditions of the strict regulation of tho transporta- to administer ttio government of any wrqkers us conclusive proof that tho tlioso in Ohio, West peculiar activities which have attend- othor states, aro regarded as nothing ( improved within u few months. Try IgluHils, tjiveri tho Philippine people tion and great corporations ot the Territory should bo bona ffdo of tho Territory lu which their ed recent annual sessions of tho Na- - more than clubs which aro waved ov- - it. Obtainable everywhere. m It has put its crocd Into 'i constantly lucroatslug participation country. Reptiblicati Platform 1916 ' Inlor Ijiu. 3VS$S$flWSSS 8 SEE OUR NEW ........ 1 uuiu 1 , PALL GOODS HARTFORD, KY. ' Ji NOW ON DISPLAYS ap-W- Hub Clothing Co. X $ v;vrWVFVrVw ' j i .... if ' j j Wagons! Wagons! Wagons! e. j j ' -- j he J I i ', ocean-carryin- I t ,.... ic A. B. Row 6c Son Centertowii, Ky. i g, mm I ' Ia-a- Ullu k ! ij - pj-o- I I t t t i i :f If I We teach ! I t ! t l s Clvil-Servic- al Globo-Democra- ctt y. e Clvil-Sorvic- CASTOR 1A 30 olso-wher- o, && olec-tilcl- for rest-dont- Sacharlnl, a nnme which hns been United States, by Ills net, Indorsed given her by the natives. HEALER the cynical assertion, Tho native story is (lint sheds the Col. Harvey Bays that Mr. Hughes, wife of a German commnndant who hod lie been President and hnd ho OF was killed In tho fight whlcV took BY COL. HARVEY been confronted by tho brotherhoods' placo nt Longldo on September 2G, j demand, would hnvo responded, Jn n ov1914. She was so effect, that he sympathized with tho er tho death of her husband that she Just demands of labor; that, persomecauhe or jealousy cannot openly declared to bo revenged. KIMTOIt WHO IIKI.I'KI) WILSON' nally, ho believed In an eight-hou- r aid tin: wounded solTO WHITE MOUSE fHCKS Tho native, who spoke of her as day, but as It was a matter, not of di Kits. von: I'oit (J. o. u. n mad woman, said that her anger hours of labor, but of wages, which i was particularly concentrated against j could not be fairly determined wlth-- f the King's African Itllles, in a skirout full Investigation, he would ap mish with which Tho Kind on Havo Always BoriSht, nml illicit lias been SAYS NATION SUFFERED point an Impartial commission of ar- OFFERED SERVICES FREE bad been slightly force her husband iu tiso for over 30 years, lias borne the signature of wounded, nnd the bitration, but that they would not East African Mounted Itllles. anl has hccn '""do under his pcr- act and would not urg'o Congress to In the early days of the Kast AfS,',ml "Irvisloii sinco Its infancy. That II. A. Ilaiker, Who by Hone Manipact under threats of duress. Declares .ll Europe Mistrusts Pres- Is what Hughes A.,,OW ,10,ono to deceive you In i&. r, rican campaign, before nnd even would have done, inulation lias Kftc'tcd Itemark- -' Counterfeits, Imitations ami "Just-us-goo- d ident Ami Will lU'Jtcl U. S. aro the arrival ot the Indian troops stead of strldeiUly declaring that ho that triflo ivltli and ciiduiirci-- r tho healthhut able llcsults. of Mediation. In November, 1914, there was n great luuuits and Children Experience ngulust Experiment. would "yield to no ninn firm deal of guerilla fighting, nnd on both to the principle of arbitration," while actually yielding In j London, Sept. .10. II. A. Barker, sides there were retirements beforo superior forces. The Hlbl Sacharlnl Kow York, Sept. 30. Col. (Scorgo practice at that very moment. the noted hone manipulator, who has was seen on several occasions, her Cnsloria is a harmless snhstifuto for Castor Oil, Parc-gor- e, Hurvoy, who nioro tliun nny ollior National Honor. dc-- I 'cured hundreds of cripples and Drops and Soothiiifr Syrups. Jt Isplcasant. Ifc forco varying from 100 to 200 naIndlvlilntil helped miihc Wood row Justice would have been rendered formed persons, has been refused tives. Thru 'glasses many olllcers of contains neither Opium, Hforphhio nor other JJareotic WIIhoii President of the United by an Impartial tribunal, there would ' permission by the wnr office to relieve Mibstnncc. Its ago Is its guarantee. It destroys Worms the Hritish forces have seen this States, now urges ovory patriotic have been no strike, and tho hon- the sufferings of wounded soldiers. and allays Fovcrlhhncss For more than thirty years it white woman commander in her American to votu for IIiikIios. has been in constant u. o for tho relief of Constipation, or and majesty of the Nation would In spite of conclusive proof of krnnl surrounded by blncks. Never llutulency, Wind Coli , nil Teething Troubles and In the forthcoming Ibsiiu of the have been proserved. hundreds of cures, In spite of tho tes-- j since the Longldo fight has sho been Dlarrhcua. It regulates tho Stomach and Eowrli, North AiniTlcun llevlew, of which Regarding the Issue of national tlmony of Dr. Walter Whitehead, II. seen In mirl,1)l!ilf:s tI,. Foo,, Bvln liMilthy and natural sleep. the company of an Kurope-nn- . Col. Ilnrvi'y Is editor, lie revlewH the hoiior'and opportunity, Col. Harvey Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. fl. Wells, Lord William Cecil, Hear record of the Wilson Administration Rajs that he would not recount the Admiral Mark Kerr, W. T. Stead and Is described as a big woman Sho mill hu.vh the two vital iiiestloiiH to many episodes of the last three years many others, and simply because ho with flaxen hair. She rides astride lx aiiHwered at the pollH are, which which have Hushed the cheeks of our has not had the standardized mcdlof the two groat parties at till par- countrymen with shame and humili- cat training nnd Is therefore an out- and Is armed to the teeth. She seems Bears the Signature ticular juncture Is the better equipp- ation. It s u Ulcus to say that no long- sider to the old fashioned practitlon- - to have a wonderful control over her ed and the more likely to render the er can an American Rtand erect be- ers, the Hritish War Oitlcc turns native followers. The Askarls toll wonderful stories highest public service, uud which of fore nny tribunal In tho world nnd down his generous and 'patriotic ofof tho Ilfbl Sacharlnl's prowess with two designated leaders Is the declare with pride and confidence his fer. .the the gun. She has a reputation of mmo certain to preserve, protect ami citizenship. may be Whatever Mr. Ilaiker, In an interview, said never missing anything on which she defend the Constitution of the United thought of Wilson's uncnvlablo po to me: can pull a trigger. States. The overpowering Issues are sition at home, It is certain he has "It Is purely a question of Jealousy. military and Industrial preparednosti, no frumis abroad. Kv en tho his You in America can hardly realize Clear SUIn Comes From Within. government by and for the people, misfortune bo one of uncontrollable tho Immense conservation of the med It is foolish to thinkiyou can gain national, honor and opportunity. - ical profession in Enginnd. clrcunihtnnceu rather than of waverI have n good" clear complexion by the use Kind You Have Regarding military and Industrial ,K latitude, the fact exists that not uao me training conventionally preparedness, Col. Harvey concluded ln aU Kurope he is one of the most accepted as necessary and although of faco p0W(cr Get at the root of ' thc cer.1TAUR COMPANY, NUW YORK CITY, trolli,i -- n. thornticlilv clnansn that we can not expect adequate pre-- 1 ,gtrusted and condemned of men Dr. Whitehead, president of the Brlt 'tho 8yS(CIn with a trcalracnt 0f Dr. I' parednoss in the navy while Mr. Dan- - wh(Jg(. ,CI1(Il!r of mediation In the Isli Medical Association, hns written King's New Llfo Pills. Gentle and lels remains nt its head. He says I1Illnu of j(l!)tce. fairness and u pamphlet In which lie heartily enlias neithor tho skill nor the Inaiilty will be rcjeotcd unanimous-wil- l dorses my methods, and many others mild in action, do not gripo, yet they to expend effectively the great iy w,lh Uorlslon and scorn. As a of the profession personally give tes- relieve the liver by their action on young, adults minis of money to bo drawn from the ,lroy practical matter, then, If we timony of tho cures I have made, tho bowels. Good for and nged. Go nftor a clear complexpeople by their coniniand for Immo- 8lioultl Indeed servo mankind, the jet I can get-npublic recognition. 1 ion today. 25c at your druggist. If bo Is retained Way of opportunity is barred to Mr. dlate protection. "And I am not allowed to serve my 4O years, Wilson and Is wldo open to Mr. country. I have offered to Give up In nutjiorlly for another four our llrsl tine of defense, already H,1RUes, Who in consequence of bis my private practice, at great loss to ANOTHKR SKSSIOX OK rJo Money 'MOONLIGHT SCHOOLS gravely Impaired, will be shattered, previous Immolation, stands alono mycelf In order to relieve the sufferinAdvnnco and tho navy Itself from the highest j among our public men and uncoin-Admlr- ings of those wodnded In the war. I Sntitifnc Moonlight schools will open in j tion Gnar to tho humblest sailor will tiilttvtl and unsuspected and who Is have hhown that not only can I reu-- . many counties next Monday evening, nntood raise hands to high heaven In (o tne (,tsldo world only as dor lit for military service men who LovrctitNet October 9th, for a six weeks' term. j., grc.nt and Just judge, versed In the gust and despair. be rejected, but I Those counties that could not begin would otherwise Fa at "i-Itnker ItunUed Higher, affairs of nations and alive to the can also save the Hritish governPriooa with tho September session will start Boh! wii t ment half a million pounds $2,500,-)00- ) with this session, and some of those The now Secretary of War Is pine needs of humankind. Tcriun A Concluding, Col. Harvey Harvey on n hlgbeo a year In pensions." ed by Col. Saving ol that began In August will have a 8 I asked him if ho hnd done anyHo can say plainly that the utter plane than Secretary Daniels. SlOOO to second term beginning with October on the part of thing for Hie soldiers in his private 52O the amorphous schenio or fed- - ence ot 9th. The Kentucky Illiteracy ComFrom FacP A. STRUCK practice. already (Mr. Hughes tbruout his entire erallzlng the militia has tory Direct mission, Frankfort, Mrs. Cora WilRE!DCNT i he stands "Yes," lie said. "They camo to son Stewart, President, furnishes abortive, and If anything were reer confirms tho belief that needed to nlllx tho flunllty of failure for America llrst; while no less sure-I- t me and pay big fees for the work I books, tablets, &c., and all InformaIN YOUR unnears In the blundering of tho.'ly the happenings of tho past two offered to do for the government free tion." OWH HOME call to arms, years culminating In the betrayal of of charge. And I have physicians War Dopartnienl'R Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano frr 30 davs' free trial. In your A prize trip to Washington Is to be of come to sco mo to bo cured of bone bis country fo the gratification home. Ko cash payment required. AM we ask Is that you will play upon, use which convinced every guardsman given by Kentucky's Senators and and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not find It the y Yet these same medical Congressmen to tho moonlight school troubles. Kent to thu border that he had been personal ambition, prove Incontesta-blhighest Rrade. sweetest toned ard finest piano In every way, that you have ever seen foi the money, you are at pcrfec liberty to send It back, and wo will. In that that Mr. Wilson stands for Wil- men refuse to give me public recogtricked Into an enlistment which lie teacher who teaches the largest numoent, pay the freight both ways. T : Starck Piano must make good Ith you, son llrst. or there Is no sale. nition." had never Intended to make. ber to read and write In his school, issues Upon the clearly marked The question now Is a question of Easy Payments Save $150.00 or Mora Mr. Barker's case has come up in including, also, the largest enrollTon piy no cash dawn, but after 30 days We ship direct to m from our fjctoT, at the utilization of tho resources In and us between the candidates there parliament nnd even there he met ment and best attendance. Credits c! trial, jou can begin payment on the low. prlco tluit ene jou upwards of $150.00 la jie baud to the greatest advantage of tho ' ' reason why any professed cost of your piano. We guarantee to furaii'j crt, cosiest terms ever suggested by a piano the ha mo fate. Sir Arthur Markham aro given by tho two State Normals a better piano for the money than ou can manufacturer. These terms are arranged to ln obtaining tho quickest and publican, thoughtful Progressive or cited the case of n young soldier on all of their courses to thoso teachsuit your convenience, and It Is possible for secure el.'ewhrrc. You ere aetiurd of receiving yi'ii fs buy c piano for your home, without a ictlifjctory tweet toned OjraUe Mgn (Tad? most effectual result by the Hepub- - principled uemocrat stiouHl not, ana whose knee was Injured by shrapnel. ers who teach a full six weeks' term tbe money, piano. llrans who are sincere In their ad- every reason why every patriotic Although for months ho received tho of moonlight schools. Twenty-fiv- e aiarcx OK.Vne- - Or:ncanloa I American should vote for Charles E. best attention the medical corps could vocacy of preparedness, or the DemPlayer-PiatM- ft thousand emancipated from Illiter3 2nd- - Hand Bargains Hughes for President. Evenr Starck Piano i Starck ocrats who are not. give him, and was for sixteen weeks acy this year Is the slogan for the in V. guaranteed for 25 yeara. have rons.tar.tlr n hand the Iert ami roost beautl Col. Harvey calls attention to tho targe numb o! slightly useil Tula )(uarant( bis back In different hospitals under the best State. fat Plver Pit.- -- jo tits pt It oi.r 33 years of plane and tecond ht.nd plat os of all market, iuu ni ue ... Indians Sell Cattle. plans being formulated by the world army surgeons he got no relief. Hoi eiperlence, and the repustandard make a t:.!.n In exlighted with the man; ex change for new Starelc Pianos tation of an old established, trudo InIndians on the Crow Reservation, sutlered Intense pain from his knee powers for mutual clushe features of these ' How Catarrh Is Contracted. rcrpontible piano bouse. The followand wonderful Instruments, and years, and had to use n cane constantly. crease nt the closo of the wnr nnd tho Mont., In the last twenty-seve- n ing tte a few cassplc bargains! will be pleased with the Mothers are sometimes so thought50 Free Music very hw prices at which d ln Weber ?110.00 .piipluro of tho markets of tho world lavo mado a profit of $350,000 Finally ho went before a medical less ns to neglect the colds which they can be secured. q Lessons 92.00 Steinway adds, that whut this may mean tie raising, said Cato Sells, United board cluslstiug of seven doctors, was their children contract. The InflamPiano Book Free Chickering 30.03 To every purchaser of - States commissioner of Indian to American manufacturers, workoperated on nnd discharged from the mation of the mucus membrane, at Send today for ou," new Starck Piano?, we gitc free Kimball 95.00 beautifully illustrated piano music lessons. In one of and farmers Is patent. The fairs, who Is In Chicago supervising hi my on pension. Some time later llrst acuto, becomes chronic and tho 195.00 Starck book which gives you a the best known schools in carloads of ho went to Mr. Darker and was put child has chronic catarrh, pressing question la which ot tho the sale of thirty-fou- r Chicago, Thee l.tns you large amoumV of informaSend for our latest complete ta disease tion regarding pianos. This ran take in your own home, hand bargain list. two parties Is Hie better equipped to Crow cattle. Hi sold seventeen car- - right in live minutes, walking across that Is seldom cured and that may by mall. This represents book will Interest and please you. Write todav. one year's free Instruction. The Democrats, ' loads at Omaha Monday. The fcf.ieot tho situation. a park immediately after the opera-tiu- prove u life's burden. Many per1313 Starck Bldg., CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO. thru the creation of a Tar- -' one carloads brought $97,993.42. without the aid ot a cane nnd sons who huvo this loathsome disiff Commission, have conceded the suffering no pain. In a short time ease will remember having had fre- Uut I need of protective measures. lie was as strong as he ever was. quent colds at the tlmo It was con-Tlthey havoonly becked at tho problem ' Hritish papers huvo publish- - traded.. A little forethought, a bot- for political purposes without at ed recently many letters protesting tie of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy tempting in any serious way to efngalust the treatment Mr. Darker has judiciously used, and all this trouble On tho other baud, Public opinion Is being might havo been avoided. Obtainfect a solution. received. Mr. Hughes Is really convincing In aroused over the case. Mr. Darker able everywhere. m bald recently: his iiiHlHtcuco that the only way to a NOTICK. meet tho situation Is with protection, Woman Made Well by Lydia "1 am the only man in the world E. Pinkham's Vegetable using this method. That j Is a trennd wo aro driven to the practical Compound. Olilo Circuit Court. conclusion that true Industrial premendous thing to say but It Is paredness, In common with truo mil true. And Just because I H. II. Spurrier, nnd John Spurrier, Columbus.Ohio. had almost given Admrs, of tho estate of S. J. Wel-lc- r, itary preparedness, can be attained up. I had been sick"Ifor six years with urn the only one doing this tho medionly thru It's sincere advocates and i deceased,, Plaintiffs, cal profession, 'for reasons of medfemale troubles and tiiumiiijiii nervousness. I had ical etiquette,' not only refuses to acvs. Notice. Lifetime experience with best of workmen, and can consistent friends, the Republica pain in my right cept me or my work, but has persuad- Slary P. Weller, et al., Defendants. ans. givo any reference desired. Call me on Hartford eldo and could not ed the war olllce that, not having had Wngo liCRljdutloii. All persons, firms and corporaeat anything with- their training, I am unfit to treat tions having claims against the es- X Mill Co., 'phone, or address me at Hartford, Ky. Revlowlng tho action ot President out hurting my wounded soldiers." tate of S. J. Weller, deceased, are "Wilson In regard to tho wage In-- 1 stomach. I could m Harvey says notified to present tho same to mo at, , . crease legislation, Col. not drink cold water my oillco ln Unrtford. Ky properly since VI. Sumptcr was fired upthat at all nor eat any verified, on or before tho first day of on there has been no such assault upkind of raw fruit, FOR FLETCHER'S November, 19 10. nor fresh moat nor on tho right of tho American people i win bo in my oiiico untu said dato chicken. From 178 e Knock the Spots Out of Things ! to rule themselves as that which took pounds I went to to receive, near proof or and auuit H ..In.. nt Wrmlihlirlntl 111 AiiL'llsl. The.' i All claims agalust said estate. s President, by forcing legislation 318 and would Ret so weak at times that SAVAtJKS AUK LKI) AOA1NST I 'claims not tiled by said date will be grunting Increase of wages and pn. lilllTISII THOOPS IJY WOMAN barred. posing that tho Increase should " ten day8 later fcou,d cat an'd ,t dil, not Douo by order of court at its Seppaid thru an Increaso ln freight rates. ,mrt my Btomachi Fifty-fiv- e t havo tttkon tho Lestypewriters. Capo Tottii, Sept. 30. There hus tember term, 1910, referring said Kronen Dry Cleaned and Pressed ln a which, of course, the public would medic! ovcr Btnce nnti t feel like a appeared In sons explained by Moving PicSuperior Manner. the Kilimanjaro region caso to me as Master Commissioner. pay, deliberately proposed mulcting new woman. I now weigh 127 pounds ture machine Seven big DeN a Gorman woman warrior who Is Send ,hs your Garments and Have OTTO C. MAHT1N, tho great body ot his own constltu-- j so you can boo whnt it has done for mo partments Shorthand, booklending a forceof native troops with- Master Comniltblonor Ohio Circuit Them My husband says ho knows work-- 1 already. d oney, tho millions of keeping. Telegraphy, Stenotypy, life."--So- Sr.: any other Euout the uxdlstnnce of 1313 Court. farmers, professional men. your medicino has saved my Mup:. CLEANED CLEAN Primary Normal. Ex1C24 South 4th St, ropean. clerks, saleswomen and toll-- , Mrs. J 8. IU.O.OW, pert teachers. Modern equipPackages called for and delivered. , ot thu Moon Seo It All Now. Near tho Mountains ers In Hwcntshops no less than tho. Lyd,ft y Vininma Vegetable ment. Position assured. dovporato woman waged a guerWife Well, dir, I shall have to In the Interest not oven or poun(1 C0ntaitis jU3t tj10 virtues of roots this Write for catalogue THE ELITE PBESSING CLUB now. Cook loft a class on(j i)erbs needed to restore health and illa warfare against tho allied forces, do the eooHlDK of u'cluss within n Ola A. Ivit Null, Krop. voters. "The strength to the wonkenwl organs of thu uud thrilling storloe nre told of tho without wuwiIiib this nftornuou. oouuirWng 400,000 llfo' which sho and nor Ilusjuitisd iiot eiuetly without , Daviess Co. Bus, College That is why Mm. Bnrlow, a strange wild HAUTFOIU), KENTUCKY. ..nubile." ttiitontlouiily remarked Pros-- body. warning, 'Sti told "; Ois morning of tue liuiiru,.: Coa- - chronic Invalid, roflovered ioeompIeUiy. ' black followors lad. Idout GrUoh incorporated Among (be lighting furcos and I Ti bitter tuiug !u . some d- It payt for women . If Ming from any . v all dm or.. It tho ,wyInB elents ni Lrltlah Bust Afrlwi thu n ( l lufoitt I'M i' til 1. ' I l'!'l t OWMN6HOHQ, KY. Uimb-Uen- u mMmmM fo ,nBht fur Tlio Ilartfonl i porb.. i .iv tin- - vult. ii j . D piukliuinV Vegetable Com- - wiil'i nmzoii Is known as the mbi 14M ltff year, t! MMmwiiiHitraCTreyrjCT -- w Wilaw., PicU'it ! REJECTS f ' CRIPPLES Children Cry for Fletcher's grlef-ntrlcke- I I IfrVI f I 'A hi V&stPMZzfas nf-tc- amTTtHi " What is CASTORIA j I , GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS t In Use For Over 30 Years l The Always Bought j j Starck Pianos y al dls-jkno- an-hh- self-seeki- i j U DAYS' FBI 1 TRIAL r'1 j H-!,'- g Player-lManf- Player-Plsac- cat-iiu- j en j fifty-tacltl- y, i ie AFTER SIX YEARS OFJJFFERING THOS. . Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. MOSS I V!.' JZJ Children Cry CA3TORI A Ladies and men Garments i a low-pai- o. tt ""? rk i Suli--orlb- o V. lmu 8MsesM5is sbffiwsrx-' IK1 B PI 6 shoulil editorial, could recall things polltlcal-mav- c ' "dot haponod licfo' do wnh" would ORGANIZE HUGHES I make no such mistake. We didn't CLUB IN HARTFORD Morrow's speech In Owcnshoro know. Wo Just kinder followed EnUml nrcordln to law st the Pottufnc cond mall onttr ot th Hartford, Ky., Saturday was one of the popular Ken- - j along, (1m. 'Hut soy, Mr. Political Antique, am best. What Da- tucky Filltnr i vless county thinks of his ability was ' you denying it? Mobbo you would ENTHUSIASM KIIOW.N AT REPIR- Al ivsiKY Hu.lncsVMnnnSer shown when many were forced to llko to deny for the "l,UBy public MCAN MEETINt! SATI'UIIAV V W, 8. because they man" that ho wild, "I hnvo a potntn NK5IIT. to 'could not Rain entrance. Morrow .patch d n well cultivated and you Address all communications so will have a crowd most anywhere ho fellows down horo can go to h Hartford Republican. The Mr. James goes and his logical reasoning will far as I am concerned." About twohty-tlv-e Hartford Rcpub H. Williams rnys Congressman Johnmake votes among lliom. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS tonus gathered at County Hcadunar a nrw son, who by tho way Is n candidate BoUerttri ileolrlnft th parpentto OKa4rM nioitt pIt- - thr old Hcldrw In inHklus the for another term, made that state- tors last Saturday night and organic OHIO GETTING II CSV. rrqnwt. ed n Hughes Club horo. Tho meet ment to Hartford Democrats Inst Reports from over the county & Bolnn I,oal nml Snthf l lT Hoe aDl that supporters of Hughes and summer. We hnvo Mr. Williams' lug was called to order by R. 11. Mar v yn line tor enoh nildltloniil says ho has eight tin, who wits elected temporary chair - jj bu-- y and In- word for It. He Obltanrlf. ltwnliitlon ami I'anl olThink;c Fairbanks aro getting pw Ho, rnonr.r In mini tire. mighty good witnesses. Aro you do- - man. The organization was effected ' :jj In the earning prebh ntial elec otlwr terest tor Krvlri tm. but Cbirrh Xotl tion U growing.. Organizations to nying it? If so. lio iilnln nlimit it and Allison Bnrnett and Otto C. Mar - .:; &r lln. ismtltrairntii elected-presideand secre- - u;j no push the liiterosis of tho Rcpubll-- 1 and don't keep us blushlntfrrom week fin were will rwelT Anoojmonn eommnnl.iiileB tary, respectively, of tho permanent :gt lUotlnu cut candidates are being formed in to week with personal references to organisation. W. C. Blnukoushlp ' the precincts and It looks like a good mr nearness to tho swedt sixteen. wo wore making was elected vice president and K. S. i cj We didn't know old time majority in November. j S.C3 Cvn.torla3S.A .. ... J Ohio county is Republican because a political blunder. Those words Howard assistant secretary. .. 3 Xo liuiltei' the price yon want to pay, The work of tho 'club ns outlined Republican policies nre best for the sounded a little rude to our youthful wc have a shoe here to please yon. welfare of her people. Tho voters ar? and we just couldn't keep from for the ne.t several weeks will be to KKIDAV, OCTOBER (I. wo i assist in tho election of Hughes nnil "ommentlng. Perhaps, tho, when realise that after tho Kuropean war Thev hare followed tho long trail and have Fairbanks and the Republican tick- - Hi Glen's W. L Douglas and Walk-Ove- r we must have protection. Shoes in tans, : realise that it would bo folly to throw reached the lofty political position et. It is tho infention of Campaign ' & REPUBLICAN TICKET. gnu n etals, viii Kit! antl patents prices from open our markets to foreign farm for which the reward Is the grand Chairman Condit t organize club1 privilege of bolng a defeated candi similar to this nil over the conn- - Q products. For President, & Mining and farming Is Ohio coun- date for postmaster we will learn ty. ft CHARLES EVANS HUGHES. The local club met for the second v.: ty's chief industries. Lot In the that a public man hasn't time to Kor Vice President. tune last night with a largely in - j Latilcs' aiid Misses' Smith Sterling Shoe, in kids'gun CHARLES WARREN FAIRBANKS. farm products from South American deny that he told this fellow and that creased membership. Those dosir- - v..-and other foroign countries and our fellow to go to hell. Tor Coiirtcss, ' metals and patents, regular and hoots, from lug to becomo members of the club ' !t t farm produce pricoe are reduced and JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. -hould turn In their name to nyjiSt Working Hours. tho industry , injured. Open our For County Attorney, member of the organization. Any & markets to foreign made gooJs and A. D. KIRK. t Democrats and Republicans alike unu .. I'xpecung in vote tor one or uiuru many of our factories must close. are fully aware that when the war 'Also shoes that can be sold as cheap as Close our factories, thereby cutting closes In Europe that European coun- Republicans at the coming election :w the coal demand, and our miners suf- tries, those of the allies and those of Is eligible for membership nnd is OK LIVING. THE COST urged to turn In his name at once. fer. the Central Powers as well, will each Much enthusiasm has been maniOhio county voters aro not in thp organize to capture, so far as they fested at the meetings of the club t affected by the dream, that "he ns Yonr'childreifsfoot needs will' be Icokcd of "The high cost of living is a sor- - has kept us out of war." The ma- an. the marketstlie the world for the and n spirit of optimism reigns in re- '. wr ...M, it. !...:.. e, ' outputs of their gard to the political outlook i ..i.. 'Piuviv nit,1 not Jtn distribution of every American win in uii'ir Jii'i I'lt'jiriij. i 4ous problem In this fall jority of them do not feci calUd up- industries. among the members. 'About seventy-fiv- e liorae. The Republican party in its on to "thank God better lines of children's shoes than Star Brand fcj for Wilson." Democrats and Republicans alike platform attempted to escape from Rather, they thank God for having members have been enrolled. realize that when the disbanded armand liillikens. They fit properly: they are stylish jf responsibility for present conditions kept QUt of war when Wilson ies return to their homes, and the reBogus Comforters. they wear, and the prices are right. Prices from jj dj oenying llini uiej uru uue in u came so near getting us into it. turned soldiers seek employment at protective tariff. Wo take Issue Ed. Note The following article, Ohio county Republicans have their former vocations, the mills, with them on this subject and charge cnuso to feel optimistic. written especially for The RepubThey befactories of ihat excessive prices result in large lieve that, with the assistance of some the shops, the labor at low Europe lican upon Invitation Is from the pen prices, will be offered jneasure from the high tariff laws good Democratic votes, they have n and that every wheel and every loom of a former Ohio countian and a jour We would be pleased to h.ive you come in, and we will by the Republican party." plenum chance to elect a Congress- and every rorage ami every furnace nalist of note. Mr. Benton's picture show you our line of shoes for the family. Democratic National platform, 1912. man. They appreciate these Demoof mental torture rendered bereaved . And right now, in this year 19 1G, cratic votes and respect the casters. will be put to work using that will families by vronc things said at labor, and that Its outputs wrong times i3 true to life nnd such ' i-the cost of living .under n Democratbe pressed for sale In our markets things happen dally to some A HM)W TO MK. WILSON. ic Congress is higher than ever unfnr - ' i,: as well as the markets ofevery oth-- r tunate.' Such thoughtlessness Is a fe; known, and the Government report There was a primary election in country on the face of the earth. drawback to humanity and n hnndi - ( '?' BhOWS U to ue SHU increasing New Jersey, the home of President British and French, German and loaf of bread at the time the above Wilson, last week ?nd the result U Russian, Austrian and Japanese. Bel- cap to medical science and if this &' platform was adopted was more than anythlng but pleasing to adminlstra-enoug- h gian and Turkish industries will be nrtlclo causes a few words of cheer W (Incorporated.) to replace gloomy phrases its mis- for an ordinary family. Now tIon backers. Judge Westcott, who n j twice nominated Mr. Wilson for the supplied with millions of men who sion will be well filled. We hope to ' & same priced loaf resembles the JSL-have for years endured hardships and j boardlng.house biscuit. have contributions from the pen ot j presidency, was pitted against Sena- privations upon dally pay thut would Mr. Benton fronllcntlv: And where is this extra money go-- 1 lor Martino, who had repeatedly No. The j nounced the weak foreign policy of not provide nil average American To the farmer? family with bread alone, and these I recently visited n bereaved home. prices are not increased umu uiu tll0 administration' for the Democrat- millions must work, and will work at Tho husband and father had been ' may farmer has sold out. He ic nomination for the Senate. The wages, and the markets of suddenly get a small per cent more for his Wilson organization was extremely starvation stricken and died in a few ln lhe church for "V5 People to march But she suddenly noticed tho cook J other nations will be swamped by and view tho remains. Ain't sid took her departure nfter advH-aftper desirous of nominating wheat but pays over a hundred the Presi their cheaply produced and cheaply minutes, leaving n bereaved widow, "round '"? They say she was always lug the widow to cheer up and bear 51 years of happy married life. u cent more for his flour. The coun- dent's friend uiu! loyal supporter. sold outputs m uer iruuuivs as wen as sue could " "" One unmarried daughter remained "i""-- ' """" try still has trusts and they are just Senator Marline was strongly and The gold that these countries have as the only consolation of tho moth - 1'0 the homeB wl,ere ,col0 ,,lcd "" As this woman passed out the gate .as active under a Democratic admin- forcibly opposed by New York jourwar began er, past 70 years of age. The with mother would help dress thu dead and do another woman with u bright counteistration as they ever were under a nals which support the Wilson ad- parted foreign since the Governments, foreign nnythlug she louid to help tho nance entered. She wore a motherthese Jtepubllcan. ministration and surely, thought the bankers, foreign manufacturers, for is an Invalid, being afflicted with, mourners. But when the colliu was ly good natured expression, nnd I anThe cost of living plank is just country, the President's candidate eign merchants, with their foreign conditions Incident to old age. one of those that were smashed will bo nominated. Rheumatic pains and general in- opened for the people to march thought It a timely visit from such other But the combiaround to look at the remains, Mrs. a woman. And licr brief Interview lleetsof merchantmen," will organize In the wreck. nation of forces were overthrown and to regain, and they will strive their firmities of old age tend to depress B. never would go up to take a last cheered up the now thoroughly detho spirits and vitality, and grief Martlne was nominated by a vote of utmost to regain It from the people look at the departed. I think It Ik pressed widow and I Joined In the over the loss of a loved companion After the European war something two to one. of the United States, who now hold Is npt to be acute under such circum- powerful funny the way some folks conversation and tho sad faco brightIf tho Wilson organization in his much of It In their possession. J going to tariff we don't have proened up, the daughter returned much In this case there was add- do. stances. own State Is not strong enough to tection. Society in the United States may "Are you going to the cemetery refreshed from her two hours respite ed a predisposition to look on the nominate the President's personal favor an eight-hou- r day.as President from tho gloom of hor saddened tomorrow to see the burial?" Tho echo of that Republican rally friend and supporter for the Senate Wilson says, and every person in this dark side of life and to uurxc the "Well, I'm not going nenr tho place home environment. And for ton grief over the lost companion. Under In Louisville Saturday night sound-- d In its own party can the National or- country would he delighted If our thoughtful neigh- because It Is so queer to bury n per- next hour uo reference was made to coun- ganization bo strong enough to cause farmers and our farm laborers, our such conditions, good down here in Ohio people of all parties to rally to the merchants and their clerks, our man bors call to express their sympathies son without opening the coffin to glvo the tlead or dying. ty. Before I ended my visit, 1 had a and to cheer up tho afflicted as best the public a view of tho remains." support ot thu Democratic ticket In ufacturers and their operating forces, they can. And such kindly visits "Where Is your daughter gone to? talk with the mother and daughter will tell ,BU(Ilclent numbers to elect Woodrow "Wonder if Senator James our mine owners tmd our miners, our us about sending that load of cam- Wilson In November? If tho Pres- contractors and their workers could may bo boneflclal or It reverse, dc- - Is she sick lu InM? She looked so In which I told them that It was napending upon tho Judgment and good bad the last time I saw her. She tural and proper that they slioiil Kentucky by tho ident's own party men in his own paign Jlterature to all afford to work but eight hours or tnkes her father's death ho hard. If foel deeply their loss. But that the 'rankln method when he speaks home State will support one who has flvo hours or three hours and make sense of the visitor. On a Sunday afternoon three la- sho does not cheor up, sho will be dead had lived a long and usoful life, here. denounced his policies in preferenco profits over and above expenses on no down sick and then what will you a"d that in tho nature, of things his the afflicted," to a loyal supporter can the voters of their work at those hours. But how dles "visited (work was done, and ho "had gone to An Illinois butcher has been ac- the country bo expected to endorse doubt, with the most kindly motives. do?" , , lan(ls fc0co, , f tt , "What! Gone to the cemetery all l''s reward. But their work wus not cused of selling dead cattle. What AVIlson nnd his policies by returning But their Judgment wni badly out of competes with our outputs through a shame! Seems llko the butcher hlm to th(J presl,lency? line. I, with dlfilculty, restrained alone to tnko Hovers to put on tho t 'l completed. That in the naturo d Its outputs of workers on It is not safe for her to goof things, as lime passed, their to leave a little life In the .ought Where it has been put to a real wages admirably organized and very myself from suggesting that the visit grave? especially on a Sunday wounds would heal and they would lie cut short. When they finally de- there alone tenderloin. test the people have lost no oppor- efficient working 10, 12 anil oven 14 tunity to make plain vtlielr disap- hours per day In foreign countries? parted the widow wus greatly de- when so many automobiles are run-- 1 become reconciled. Their faith and The defeat of tho President's can- proval pressed and on the verge of an nlng over peoplo every day. Why, I religious beliefs would cheer them of the President's poBcles and didate for the congressional nomina- the mismanagement by the Demo- What chances for keeping our trade emotional collapse. As each of the read in n paper how many peoplo aro In the expectation of a happy reunIn foreign markets under these tion in New Jersey recalls tho fact getting killed by them there automo- ion with their loved ono who had three callers arrived In rapid cratic party. As days go by tho What prospect of keepthat Wilson Is u college professor j election of Hughes and Fairbanks their Inquiries aftor tho biles all over the country. She went gone before them. And that spirit ing our own markets from being health of And not a primary Instructor. ' the Invalid, led to a rope- - with Mrs. Jones? Too bad. Why of hope should be their guide sind seems more certain. swamped save by higher customs tltion of tho "aches and pains", nnd ' Mrs. Jones' husband has been dend comrorl In tholr grief. duties? .Itew Yorkers are betting two to But, I cannot but regret that some tore open afresh the wounds of be - two mouths nnd she takes on Just as THE ECHO OK ANTIQUITY. one on the election of Hughes. FurIt will take all the energy, all the reavement. re"Tho Hartford Republican Is Each lu turn 'bemoan - bad as ever. It's awful how she takes sort or editorship cannot lie duvlsed thermore Wilson hackers are demand-- . minded of u fact which ts y'oung knowledge, all the wisdom of our ed tho loss of its husband, and with on, and ho died and never left a to shut tho mouths or tho good our business men ing odds of two to one and New York but pestiferous "comfortpossibly get onto If he statesmen and of tho three taking turns of recounting cent of Insurance nnd now that wogamblers usually guess pretty well. ever will after tho close of this Kuropean war all tho recent deaths lu tho com- man has to work to support herself ers" such as abound lu all communiventures fur out Into the pollt- - to provent disaster to our manufac- munity, and all those cxpcctcJ nnd thut brat of hern, and how sho ties, when bereavement fulls upon a Villa has turned orator and In a icaI zone' and tllat ,8' lr overy turers in many lines, and to prevent shortly to die, as well as those who will ever pay the funeral expenses of household. W. (!. BENTON. In Mexico the other day hol,1,,lftte for 0,,lct! wero to ""dertako shutdowns and lockouts in our Indus. a,,a thro,tl B" tho ought to die, tho plcturd of gloom her husband, I don't know. Why, declared he was frendly to Amer.to run ,lown trial districts. ''Mi l.lvo When Kroen. fuUo mTtH clrculuteU aBa,,,8t ,llm' that they depleted well nigh put the you ought never to have let your can. Of course. Americans Uaven't United If the Interests of the daughter go to the cemetery with The rent of freezing llvo llsh and doueanythlngtohlm. Why shouldn't ho wouldn't have time to sleep or States are not made the paramount patient to bed. No candidate can cut his meals. Wasn't It awful about tho death that woman. What alio needs Ih reviving them several j10 j)9 weeks or by the Government of the I possibly escape being accused of Interests of Mrs. IJ. ?" She died on the op- somebody to cheer her up. Ami Mrs. months later has been achieved by United States, if theories do not give Tho time when we could be eco- - some wrongdoing in his life. In the ilnni. t i t linrmi I'll I V nrnntlnnl lilnnu erating table whllo thu doctors were Jones crying right out loud uvcry the Swiss scientist, M. PIctet. Tin' nomlcal bundling a iiapur and Relit-- 1 meantime wo would also remind our 'and methods, If stalwart American- - cutting her to pieces. Those doc- tlino anybody mentions about her scientist put 28 llvo fish lu a box Hint . dying, cannot cheer up uuy contulned water rich In oxygen, in "- - ,H. .inc-" uiB me lump trom me ore in mo not miiaenil to l.llosvcra- - tors do not understand their busi- husband crate is tucked awav Himiuwlinrn In tucks of Democrats against Demo eles In our foreign relations, It will ness. Why they used flvo bottles of body who has lost her pu, like your which several pieces of Ice floated. exposing tho vulnerable ether nnd were two hours doing tho daughter has. How long has sho been uiu luiuperaiuro of tho water was tho bygono days. Paper Is worth its c"as. not bu a question of eight hours' Why, sho ought then reduced slowly until it froze. And when Mrs. A. wna gone? Two hours! weight lu gold now whothcr'iii thu ity of glass houses situated in hla work In our mills and shops and oporatlon. own bailiwick." Hartford Herald. mines anil factories, but a question operated on they used only three to have been back an hour ago. 1 At tho end of about two month tho Lank note form or plain. drops of ether and sho got well. If wonder If something has happened cako wns gradunlly thawed, u'nd tho Now aren't you ashamed, you old shutdowns and no work ut all. Tho coat of newspaper has Increas- - dir. to bo so unencouraglng to one of they hud not operated on Mrs. 1). hho to her. At this point tho almost llsh, It Is suld, wero round alive. In Cincinnati Enquirer. cd in the Inm few years until It Is Just starting out In journalism; one might have lived several years. And distracted mother turned her dis- such an experiment, tho scientist renow three times what It was In 1912. Uo youthful and unsophisticated? Wo Just think of It, they have put hor tressed ruco to me, when I spoke tor ports, It Is essential that the water Witiited To Exchange. fieven conts a pound Is what weekly thought It was nil right because we Into a casket and don't let any call-er- a tho llrht tlmo during tho visit or bo gradually frozen und that It Ono Mulo for Saddle and I told the mother that shull havo publishing companies must pay at rnmonibored the kind manner in look at tho corpse. Only ul conversation. contained pieces of Ice for present and unless conditions are which you gave advice to Progros- - Hnrnebs Horse. Apply to DR. W1L- olovun o'cluck thoy open tho casket tho walk lu the sunshine and opon from in to 18 hours before tho whAS i:it2p for nn hour for the peoplo to vlow tho air would do her daughter good, thut mass Is reiuedlud fcoon all country papain will slves and Republicans four years LARD LAKE, Simmons, Ky. frozen. Tho process of ojtlier bu forced tp nils tholr price ago. Surely one who has dived so remains. And what do you think of she wus or mature years, and amply thawing must also bo slow. Through or auetttiid publication, duuply Into the realms of politic; it? 'Thoy urs goliig to hav a funer- able to take cure or herself. And this process It Is believed that other eonueeled with the newiimpar one wliow political sarvlco recognise-- , sturgeon und Alagkan salmn al wrvle at .the homo uiul then tnku she nuttd havo uo fears for hor safeFOR FLETCHER'S busjngtt kV0 nko iuertnugU In prioa w only tho xlstouse of MsthuMlsJt as tbs body tp th cemetery and bury It ty. WlioUttr or not tho gloomy tat- - onn bo oxported allvo to dlslunt marI -.-ajld subscribers who bavx fallen be- - a rival and oue who, judging from the wltuout Mtlntr the ettskut be opened tier took the hint I do not know kets, if Hartford Republican. hind with their subscriptions morcy. I $$$isio$oo&&ooie.o- - , See Carson & Co.'s o i 1 New Fall Line -- 1 Men's, Ladies Misses' and Children's f . ir . , ; SHOES $3.00 to $6.00. i $ $ $ ! i j 0 I $3.00 tol$3.50. $1.75. 4 i 0 -- afttrbv nc - 85c to $2.50. 3 low-prlc- i Carson & HABTFOBD. Co, T. de-in- g. , is$sci$ffi$SrO&sdftiei$ cr '" : one-thir- j n, ' '"". .,,.,., .... s i ! Children Cry O ASTO R A sJrWlB f)spsj ,, 'lt'..' 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. New Silks, New Woolens, New Shoes, New Hosiery, New Ready-to-WeWaists, Coat Suits, Cloaks, Short ar Coats, Etc. We ' extend to you a special invitation to visit us. Inspect our stock, get our prices, Etc. I Do This, and Remember That It Pays To Trade With a House That Saves You Money. JSkl&Cfa Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, OCTOHER0. L., II. At ST. L. It. It. TIME TA11LE. No. 113 due at Ellmltch 8:32 p m. No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. 3:40 p.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch 5:35 p.m. AK Irvlngton For Sale or Trade Nice Mare and Colt. Address DH. J. S. BEAN, Hart- - I 5:5C p.m. Lv. 'Irvlngton Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. No. Ill Lv. Louisville, .. 8:35 a.m. Ar. Irvlngton ..10:0G a. m. Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. 1:04 p. in. Ar. Ellmltch' M II. .V E. It. It. TIME T.MJLE. South Bound, No. 115 8:45 o. m. Duo at Hartford Hound. No. 114 North 5:55 p. in. Due nt Hartford (Both "Mixed Trains.) .. .. .. ... ... Personal News and Social Events. $ : I i' ' W. T. Keown, of Fordsvlllo, was in town on business Tuesday. Mr. A. P. King went to Owenshoro yesterday to consult a physician. cottage, In ffiir ltent. A good repair. Apply ut this olllce Ctf J. C. Her Is nl the bed sldo of his Hister, Mrs. It. Q. Her, of Hockport. Mr. M. Wrilarriar5sofiriil8 dwell- Mr. UrTuli Coppugo, ui Barrett's ing houso and lot on Mulborry St., Ferry, Is visiting Judge It. H. Wed- yosterday to Mr. E. E. Brown. Mr. ding. . Barnard and family will leave In thu andlpt In Hurt-for- near futuro for Tulsa, Okla. For Bnlo-IIouCheap ut $350. Apply ut this Allon Foster, of ainrion, sioppcu m 13tf olllce. Hartford yesterday to shako hands Messrs. I. S. Mason.' of Huford.and with frlonds and relatives as ho passA. 8. Hall, Crostwood, were in Hart- ed thru on his way to Princeton University, whero ho Is a student. ford yesterday. 11 Klley Loans 'wanted" In Muhlenberg, McMrs. W. E. EllUrMra. It. Hlloy wero In Owens- Lean, Daviess, Webster, Butler and and Mlsa Ruth real Ohio counties, on good first-clas- s . horo Wednesday. Owens- estate for 5 years. Messrs. "J. "F." Vlckers, of W. H. PAHKS, Hawes-villhoro, nnd George Ijently, of Hartford, Ky. COtf wero bore Tuesday. Mr. Clnrenco""Floldr" formerly of Centor- -' Mrs. 'SallFMcKeiriuMJ, of WilHartford, hut now claim agont for town, was the guest of Miss Ora tho Santa Fo Railroad compauy In liams Friday and Saturday. of Louisiana, Is spondlng his vncatlon Mr. and Mrs. IL F. Flonor, with frlonds and relatives In HartCromwell, wore thu guests of relaSun-daford. tives In Hartford Saturday und Wnnt!. Moil to e Sowing . and collect In Ohio county. Mr. Guy' Be'nuotrViid" Miss Lotfi SplmdM proposition. Bxperlence ud 0. IIUl nU Mr. Uulu A. Shomicoun- not uocary. Wrlto SINUBH SKW-JNMiss Suda Boll Klue www Ohio MACHINE CO, (Incorporated) ty couples marrying In Rockport. oii--oor'- , '2t4 Ky Hid , last week Mr.-Had. BO o, y. Ma-chinO H" ford, or Horse Branch, Ky. "Mrs. AT W. "Bennett and little daughter left yosterday for Oklahoma whoro Mr. Bennett Is located. Mr. G.H. Roberts nnd wife, of hero Fordsvlllo, spent tho week-en- d with Mrs. Hoborts' brothers, Cal P., S. O. and J. G. Keown. daughter of Mr. and Margaret, S. L. King, who has been HI of Mrs. typhoid fever for some time, is thought to ho Improving. Fnrmors Club Phosphate, lb to lo, 30c per 100 pounds at tho car. D. L. D. SANDEFUB, Beaver Dam, Ky. 14t3 Mr. Leo Hicks, who tins been con-linto his bed at his homo near Hartford for tho past several weeks, was able to bo In town yesterday. Wnnlcte- - -- . " iu. Help with cooking and household work. AdDH. L. U. BEAN, dress Hartford, Ky. May," who has been In Mr. S. S. tho vicinity of Hazard, on railroad construction work since July 1st, returned to his homo hero Monday. Mrs. James LyonB nnd dnughtor. Dorcas, left for Blackwell, Okla., yesterday, where they go to Join Mr. Lyons and make- their futuro homo. rlan, "pastor of tho Hov. Chrlstaln church, will loavo for local Eckcrty, Ind., Monday where ho goes to hold a series of revival meetings for about ten days. ed t Chairman Hlco Condlt, of the ReJUDGE SLACK CLEANS publican Campaign Committee, nrrlv-0(- 1 his homo at I't. Pleasant from UP MUCH BUSINESS Monday to actively tako charge of Ilopuhllcan Headquarters here. Ho will ho In Hartford until after the election In November. RECENT TERM OK C1IWUITJ COURT A HUSV one more Mr. K. foMunhrnni, , of Morgnn-towJ I'll V TltlALH HEARD. Inspector of the Stale- - Insur-mic- e Ilnting Board, wan In Hartford Mr. DeMunhrum vlilted Tiifdny. practically all of the business htluna Hon. 11. W. Slack adjourned the here nnd gave Instructions an to pro-ve- Ohio Circuit Court on last Saturday ion of Are. for tho term. During this term an Mall mo your order for hlghgrndo unusual large amount of business More Jury trials Acid Phosphate,1 $1.00 per 100 lbs.; was transacted. Corn, Wheat and Oat Grower, $1.20 were had boforo Iho court without per 100 lbs.; Haw Rock Thosphnte, the Intervention of a Jury than at any 4Tic per 100 lbs.; I.lmostono ltock, other term, in tho history of the court. 8c per 100 lbs., at the car. During the term Judge Slack was D. L. I). SANDBFUH, designated ns Special Judge by the Heaver Dam, ICy. 1213 conGovernor to try an election Mr. A. V. Logon roturnod Tues- test In Knox county, Kentucky. ' This day from a business trip to Oil City, case was an Important one, and one Ho bought a now six cylinder. in which the Governor hud had conPa Chalmers car while In Pennsylvania siderable trouble in securing n Judge and made the trip homo In the ma- to preside. Tho Court of Appeals chine, a distance of over 1,000 miles. on the 3rd Inst., alfirmed the JudgMrs. Logan and Miss Florence Logan ment rendered by Judge Slack. Joined him for the return Journey in During the term of court Judge Louisville. Slack ulso acted ns arbitrator in . Wo have on display a full lino of settling a controversy between the operators and the miners Cook Stoves, Hangcs, Coal and Wood coal Heaters, which wo can furnish you settled u strike or controversy which at a very lov price, considering the had been existing between the operWe ators and miners for several months. recent advance In this line. o have gone on. the mnrket and made heavy purchases before this advance, English ;ikl went on, which has placed us In a kvk couxtkv position to save you money by buyParis, Oct. 3. A young English ing your stoves from us. Call and girl has written to Dr. Hocbon Duvlg-neau- d let us show you our entire line. oITering to give one of her ACTON HHOS., eyes to a soldier who has lost his Hartford, Ky. 1214 sight serving Franco. Tho glrl.who In a letter to tho editor of The In North Shields, had read a reHcpulfclcan Cnpt. James M. DeWoeso lives cent statement by Dr. Duvlgncaud, states that ho has been given the "O. one of the most famous oculists in K." by the War Department and that France, that It was possible to save ho is now in position to fill tho first' sight of a man wounded In the the Nation- the vacancy In his brigade of eye by grafting a portion of the coral Guard. Capt. DoWcose was re- nea of another person. In her letjected by medical oxaminers at Ft. ter she said: Thomas and believing that ho was "If you bellevo that there is one physically fit he immediately wont I chance of success in a million to Washington, retook tho examinawill give you one of my eyes for tion and was passed. Friends of tho a soldier who has lost his sight servofficer here are glad to learn that he ing France. I would prefer to give Is reinstated. my eye to ono to whom it would be 4 especially useful, such as an InvenLEADERS ADMIT IWILl'HK tor or an olllcer of great value. OF "(JI'Xl'KAL" STRIKE "If my offer Is accepted I shall myself under an .obligaconsider New York, Oct. 2. Tacit admis- tion to you for permitting mc to be sion of the failure of the "general" of use to my country in the only way sympathetic strike In New York In possible to me." behalf of the striking street carmen to was made in a report late y 11o.no Ball At Mclleury. n conference of labor leaders, which' Oct. 2. Editor Republican. Dear discussed tho general situation. Tiia sir: On. last Saturday evening the leaders recommend that every un- High School boys of Livcrmore blow ion member in the city be assessed in on us with about the samo fury $1 for the benefit of tho subway, ele- as a Kansas tornado. They seemed vated and surface car employes, who to ho so badly excited at the possiare on strike in Manhattan, the Bronx bility of taking the scalps of our boys nnd parts of Westchester county. on the diamond that they collided No decision as to further efforts their cars on the street upon their to call out all unionists in sympa- arrival, but after a look at tho team thy with tho strikers was taken and which they hod motored so many there was no formal admission that miles to trim, decided that an error the strike plan had collapsed. had been made on the part of the Pollco headquurters announced Llveniiore Captain and going to tho that a canvass mado by policemen ball park and seeing the line up showed that only 40S men had re- they'd come to skin, they at once be sponded to tho call for a general gan to doubt their surgical tools, and strike. after our distinguished Mr. Pirtle, Mom than 100,000 members of tho twirled a few they, as In the parable United Hebrew trades returned to of old, began to make excuses and In holiday, a few minutes they took their departwork after their three-da- y as did 3,100 brewery workers. ure to a land whero once borne no traveler returns, that to play ball. THREE WOMEN FOUND All of our ball team are from that DEAD IX TIIE1K CHAIRS State where they bellevo every ono I 'till ho lays all to be a l.ancastor, O., Oct. 1. Neighbor five ot them down face up. HOBT. OWENS. of Agnes nnd Alice Gnicttor3, tnrM-esisters, seeing no activity about XOCRHEK PERSONA US. the homo of tho two yvoinou toda, entered the houso tonight and found Oct. 3. Farmers are very busy do tho two women and Miss Mary Strut-- , ing their full work. fon, 30, a visitor sitting erect lit Rov. Harper left Monday to holp rocking chairs nnd all three dead. Rev. Ferryman In a series of meetinThere was no sign of violence or pois- gs-at Sacramento. oning and anxamInatlon of- tho gas Miss Ireno Ward, who Is teaching pipes revealed no leaks. school at Phllpot, visited her parents no j Saturday and Sunday. Medical attention revealed cause for the deaths und the bodies Miss Corlnno Shults, of Hartford, have been taken charge of by tho visited Mrs.. Dena Wesley Saturday Coroner, who Is attempting to solve und Sunday. tho mystery or tho deaths. Messrs. Wllllo and Charlie Ward That death hud eomo quickly was attended tho Morrow speaking at evidenced by tho fact that one of Owenshoro Saturday. tho sisters had her glasses on and Mr. J. T. Rulph and family went was holding a newspaper. There was to OweiiBboro ono day last week. m no food In tjio house except half M an apple pie nnd this showed no Fiscal Court Convenes. sign of poison. Tho Ohio Fiscal Court with Coun Tho stomachB of tho three women ty Judge Jno. B. Wilson presiding will bo sent to Columbus Monday for and Justices Ed Shown, R. C. Tlch-cno- r, analysis, to Bee If anypolson is to S. L. Fulkerson, 8. W. Leach, be found in them. Winson Smith, W. S. Doan, B. F. mv Rice and B. W. Taylor prosent, alBo County Attorney C. M. Crowe being LESS AIA'OIIOL IN BEER URGED BY BREWEHS oil hand as legal advisor, met In reg ular session at tho court houBO on Blanken-shi- p Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 4. A reduc- Wodtiosday. County Clerk was In. tho chair aa chief acrlbo. in tho amount of alcohol In beer tion Pay rolls for tho month of Soptom-bo- r was advocated by speakers at the wero fllod and approved us folannual convention of the twentieth lows: Crahan & Smith, contractors Master Hrowors' .Association, which on tho Hartford and Contertown ended yestorduy. Hugh S. Fox, road, $1350.70 for tho conof tho United States Brewers' Stato-al- d County construction Association, said the solution of the crete bridges. above named road, pro- work on tho wholo lluuor problem would bo County Road Engineer's hibition of tho sale of spirituous li- $140.03. pay roll, $2424.03 nnd on Hartford quors and license- for thu sale of Stale-ai- d road, boors and light win oh low In alcohol and Morgantown county construction, $1898.57. William F. Carthouso, of St. Loul. I County Judgo Wilson nominated, y.iR fit cud president. ' n, offers for her or nppolntcd, Homer Mlllignn, of ' Hoflln, hs county road engineer for! ' tho ensuing term In room of T. II. Bonton, hut tho Fiscal Court yeator-da- y by n majority voto refused to confirm or approvo tho appointment. At tho tlmo of writing this nrticlo nothing furthor had boon done in tho last named mutter. Tho Court ordered tho Hartford and Contertown Stato-al- d road clos ed to all traffic from tho corporate Made Nearly limits of tho town of Hartford to tho a Pound N brldgo near Worth TIchonor's tenant By Feeding Liquid Stock Feed houso until furthor notice. Mr. Hugh L. Johnson, of Lewis-porNot lee. , Ky.. writes that ho produced pork this summer at ntxirly 2 cents Heef Steak per Hi. per pound by feeding (lieniuorn Hoof Roast I."c und IKc per Hi. Liquid Stock Feed. Here's, his Tlils reduction In price is due to letter; Hie decline In the price of cattle. Call on me whei In need of anything alenmnro Distilleries Co., Uwensboro, Ky. In my lino. Yours for moro business, Opntlcmen: I Imvti Just completed Hip fiitfn-IliE. P. MOORE. Hartford. of a liiinch of Iiukh nml uhlutn-c- tl tlip following result with thu use of jour Liquid Stock In County Court. I li.id 6. hog at the xturt anil M hoes at the finish. The feeUIni; W. It. Hcnsley, of Jefferson coun period run for 2C days, iturlni: ty, Kentucky, recently qualified as which time I fed tjO pouwJn of com per day nnd 100 barielH of Liquid Railway Policeman for tho L. II. & Stock the rorn iiixtlng J2I.M and the Liquid Stock $:t.W. L. Railway Company in Ohio St. On the entire lot of hogs I allowed county. a total Rain of 2135 pounds, or Si pounds per day, making that 1 proThe will of Mrs. T. Barrett, deduced my pork nt exactly $1.2 over 2c per pound. ceased, was probated and ordered to In lira very truly. record on last Monday. By tho terms HUGH L. JOIINKO.V. of the will deceased's property goeu to her husband, Dr. W. L. Barrett, Write us for prices and special who was appointed and qualified as rates on all railroads. You will want thltf feed for your hogs. executor of said will. Charlie Burton, who was arrested during the fair, charged with breach Glenmore Distilleries Co. Incorporated of the peaco and later released on Owenshoro, Ky. bond for his appearance for $100.00 trial on last Monday, failed to show up, when tho court declared his btind forfeited and in addition a default Judgment of $100.00 and 50 days In fall was marked up against Burton. At this writing Charley has not been located or heard from. -- Hooray For Mr, Johnson 2c Pork at t, '.'? K Get on the Firing Line JRf BW STRAY STREAKS. (By Fluke McFluke.) Up In Ohio the other day, three old maids were found dead In their chairs, as no evidence of poison of any sort was found the presumption is that they talked themselves to death, or else, died of despair. The warm, bright weaher during the past few days threw Al and Dr. Pirtle Into a severe case of Bass fever. v Wtf Up . TPvonwintto surrecd klV I In life ou must Know K wlut is new In business and nclu- in irt out ofiiivciiiiuii getuiiu thecicm.-c- lfac Read on Get the rut; tfnnr Popular Science nd the most interesting and nsefnt nvumiuv-the Ligicctt money e worm, bvcry wuiiw 300 Article 300 Picture all for onlylSrenl. All the new ldtt xai Lki uitaiiiinni in iMi'i'irirnv nun mhtilss.aunl automobiles and aeroplane, la thopwork In fjruiiuc, mid in machinery. How to make thlnn at home. 0 piceieTttT month. IniluUInsr refriixrator. poultry houa. furniture, auiomoune nicp repairs, etc r Ifr U full nf It U written in plain Englith for men and bojn. 15 Cent a Copy $1.50 a Yenr Oetlt from a newsdealer or write direct fci l'opular Science Monni ly, iss rourui atc. . sten-avtnftle-tl- Monthly Bob Walker went down in the country the other day and he says hat on the way he saw a squirrel playing In the road with a Jay bird. W. H. Varks was with him, but wo haven't been able so far to get Walter to verify Bob's statement. Gee, how we wish we had some of that stuff. -- Sherman VIck, who is perhaps the best known traveling man that makes this town, was hero a few days back. Sherman left his grip and overcoat upon a box on the side walk In front of a grocery In town, and at last accounts neither had been found, Our Idea of a man with nerve Is one who would purloin a grip from a traveling man, especially when that gent was your uncle Sherman. And this Is a dry burg too. Tho question with boiiio Is, has anybody hore seen Charlie? ijT);p rKEL YotetecopiCMu'rattBil2c.it patUu tti neaUM uut (r fer. would return In a few days and any male resident of these towns oror the age of 14 who was not ready to take up arms with him would ho put to death, tho mining men stated. Villa got 100 recruits at these two villages before marching toward they said. t Vonnd Guilty or Nllit Ilidinx. Madlsonvllle, Ky., Oct. 4. Hubert Davis was convicted hero late yesterday afternoon of having hecu a member of the mob that fired upon tho Todd hoarding ho;uso in September, 1914, wounding several persons. Ho was sentenced to servo from ono to two years in tho penitentiary. Others under indictment, about eighty In nil, us a result of the raid, will bo tried laler, their cases having boon postponed. It appears that JayK birds, like chickens, come home to roost. Our wife had ns get a quarter's worth of breakfast bacon, 25 cents worth of sugar and two bits worth of fat bacon the other day and just like her letters, in looking for something olso, she found tho wholo blamed lot In our vest pockets two or rtirce mornings later. Slnco tho Batik of Hartford has Installed a sort or thinking machine It Isn't quHe so hard on Miss Maggie, you seo, she has help now. - four-flush- er Pay Your Taxes! OH ONE OF MY DEPUTIES WILL UE AT THE FOLLOWINQ PLACES ON DATES JIENTIONED BELOW: 4 Friday, Oct. G. Arnold, a. m. Friday, Oct. C. Renfrow, p. m. Friday, Oct, fl. Herbert. Saturday, Oct. 7; Fordsvlllo. Tuesday, Oct. 10. Hulph and Jla-- . gaii. Tuesday, Oct. 10. Olaton. Oct. Wednesday, 11. Horse Branch. Thursday, Oct. 12. Dundee. Friday, Oct. 13. Huford. Friday, Oct. 1 Tuesday, Oct. 17. Dells Hun. Wednesday. Oct. 18. -- Helllu. - I NEBO SCHOOLS CLOSED OX ACCOUNT OF DIPTHERIA Madlsonvllle, Ky Oct. 4. On account of an epidemic of diptherla ut Nebo, this county, tho schools at that place have been ordered closed by the Board of Health. There uro a number of cases there. Ono death has resulted, that of Edward M. Win-stean child 3 years of age. d, VILia SAYS HE IS FRIENDLY TO AMERICANS ' sec-rota- ry El Paso, Texas, Oct. 2. Villa told tho Mexican mining men nt San AnThursday, Oct. 10. Prentiss. ufter capturing dres, Chihuahua, Friday, Oct. 20. Wysox. thatlown from Carranza troops SepWllltuuw 21. Oct Saturday, 24, that ho had no enmity to tember ward tho Americans and asked thorn Minus. Saturday, Oct. 21. Taylor Mir. 't to notify their American frlcndB to ConterttWH. Monday, Oat. 23 resume work at tholr inlnos In EastTueBday, Oct. 24. Matunzu Chihuahua, as ho would give ern 36. Krotio. a W oluesdy, them al Riiaruntoes, two Mexican nioa a 13. Just night from San who arrlvod Otr.Uv, r. Wodnoiiday, 0. reported. Villa, in an Unyawlonod address to .octptv Sturduy. O. t . tho towupooplo. 4aeUr4 he wiu a i't ou .v thj ru- - wU r-Csrranza," lighting "only U they said. He announced at Santa office. S. O. KljlOU N, SUcriiT. Ysabcl and San Andres that he l ,Q. Au-dru- i. - - tf-ilt- I MHnrjnrmii Farm Department coming recognized as a staple nnd dependable crop.asserts G. K. Tliomp-Eocrop specialist, division of extension, Kansas State Agricultural College. Sudan grass Is adapted to practically all soils except those which nro very wet and poorly drained or those alkaline or which are extremely pandy. Soil conditions generally to Sudan grass arc similar to those favorable to the other sorghum. It yields best In rich loam to sandy loam soil that Is well drained. Thinner and poorer soils necessarily produce lighter yields.although Sudan grass, like the other sorghums, Is an extensive feeder, nnd is one of the prolltnble crops on thin, poor upland soils, llelng a native of a hot, dry climate, It Is naturally adapted' to relatively dry conditions. Sudan grass can be used readily in any ordinary farm rotation, it is annual, and can be substituted in the nveragc rotation for corn or any other sorghum crop, or It can be grown in the longer rotations Instead of the perennial liny or pas-turgrasses It Is a crop that matures quickly and often can be used as a catcli crop. Because It makes a much better sod than the ordinary annual grasses, and because Its growth of foliage Is rank and rapid, it has been used to a considerable extent for pasture purposes. n, nl Hmlrtit (inisM itcrninliiR Staple. Sudan grass Is well ndnpted to bewithstand drotifibt nnd Is fast 5 l Trun.pliint In the Full. In general the fall Is the best time to plant trees and shrubs on tin When planted In the home grounds. fall, the plant Is given an opportunity to spend its strongth In producing new root growth rather than top growth. These new roots are the "feeding" roots and If well established will give added vigor to the plant the following year. The protection and health of the root system is the most important consideration in plant growing. There are somo exceptions to this rule. If the summer and fall seasons have been unusually dry and tho plant has suffered from drought, It may be best to wait until early spring to transplant, as plants may recuperate during tho winter. In somo parts of the country lato summer planting of evergreens has proved best. It is best to transplant all trees and shrubs in the fall. II Is possible to move plants after they have "leafed out," but there is some danger of of moisture from the leaves and bark which will exhaust tho strength of the roots. The plant will then show wilt and spend Its strength cm new leaves inTo stead of readjusting its roots. lessen the danger from evaporation it is always well to cut the tops back severely and, If In leaf, the trunk of a tree should be wrapped with straw or sphagnum moss to keep it moist. It Is better to transplant early in the morning or late in tho general business ho expects to furnish tho source of revenue. Go bnck ,Ti years nnd thoro were fow breeds When oac of standard poultry. llockH qn the farm inund pure-bre- d they wore kept with somo object In mind. 10 it was eggs the farmer wanted, Single Comb Drown Leghorns were found; for the general supply of eggs nnd roasting chickens nnd heavy fowls for either table or tnnrkct the farm flock was composed of either Drahmas or I.angshnns; of these qualities If a combination was desired the Darred Plymouth Today, how- Hock predominated. over, we have fewer Hocks of Drahmas and Langshans and more llockn of tho utility nnd Mediterranean breeds. Where at one tlmo we had only one color in Leghorns and one color In Darred Plymouth Hocks, today we have five and six varieties of each one of these breeds. Other breeds are now on the market having the name qualities and belonging to tho same class as the Plymouth Hocks and Leghorns. In the general purpose fowls, of which the Plymouth Hocks form a part, we have the Rhode- Island Reds, Wyandottes, Sussex and Huckcyes. In the .Mediterranean class, to which the Leghorns belong, we have the Camplnes Minorcas, Andalusians, and Anconas. The Mediterranean breeds are recognized as heavy producers of white eggs. The average weight of tho Mediterranean pullet Is from 3". to 4 pounds, and they mature and commence laying when about five months purpose breeds old. The general produce as many eggs, but the eggu are brown in color. The general purpose breeds are recognized as late fall and winter layers. Cold weather does not have the same effect on the heavier breeds that It has on the Mediterranean. The general purpose breeds do not mature as early, and as a rule do not lay much seven months. Of course, a poultryman can not grow 7 pounds of flesh on a utility fowl as ulckly a3 on the ho can 3 ' or 4 pounds Neither can one exMediterranean. pect the feed ration for the Hock of 100 hens of one of tho Mediterranean breeds to bo tho same as. that necessary to produce a given egg yield in a like iifyinner number of fowls in the American n Doubtful States necessary for 117 Democrats to win lu tho doubtful States with Republican leaning, the Enquirer places Massachusetts, Now York, Ohio,. Indiana, West Virginia, Connecticut, New Jersey, Knnsns, South Dakota, Montana, nnd Idaho. Stntes classed as doubtful with Democratic leaning: Murylnnd, Missouri, Nebraska, Colorado, Now Mexico, Arizona and Nevada. Allowing Mr. Hughes all of the doubtful states with Republican leaning he would have a majority of G7 lu Klectorlal College. Allowing Mr. Wilson all of tho doubtful States with Democratic leaning, would leave him 07 Klectorlal votes short of election. Then to win Mr. Wilson must have all the Stntes the Knqulrer classes as Democratic, nil of the States classed as doubtful with Domocratlc leaning and must gain CS votes in States classed ns doubtful with Re. publican leaning. York gamblers, who put business before politics, persist In betting two They ought to to one on Hughes. see that It takes tho courage out of the Democratic voters. JOHN I). HCATTKRH PKNNIKS AltOl'M) Sl'ND.W SCHOOL I 27 Cleveland, O., September John D. Rockefeller had n great time Sundny giving nway three double handfuls of cents nnd applauding Rev. J)r. W. W. Hustnrd's lllustrnt ed talk on "Sin" before members of the Sunday School of fho Kuclld Av entie Church. At the closo of the rnlly day ex erclses Rockefeller began his distribution of pennies. Km II Heiss, 4 4 months old, was the youngest recipient. "Across the span of sixty or more years I am living again today the Sunday School days of my youth," Rockefeller told the pupils. Hud to llac a Cold Hung On. Don't let your cold hang on, rack your system nnd become chronic ' HOTEL Professional Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law IIARTFOIID. KY. Will practice his profslon In UjIi and adjoining cotttiticfl. Commercial and Criminal 1'racUce n Seialty, WAKUKTIIATTO.V Criitnwi'll. Ky POWHATM MASHINGTONj D.C. EL OfAMERICAN Jlit. IE 0 HO C. MART in llnrtloril, Ky In a city where food hotelt bound, the Powhaun hcsAi the It It fintln-Uit'Kuru.o- f countrymen, t ,. It STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practlco their profession Jn till and djolnlng counties. CollecUona. Commercial nnd Criminal I'ractlco a Prompt and vigor"! Spoclnlty. 'service. Notary in offlco. j , I ' ! WIlCIl IJT. IJUII H I Will It Is n shame that those pesky New ihelp you. It heals tho Inflammation,, soothes the cough nnd loosens the phlegm. You breathe easier nt oncn. I bo-fo- re Mass. Is no "best breed" of poultry, for if there were a best breed it vould soon be adopted by all farm- I There afternoon. Rainy or cloudy days are the best ones In which to do planting. Transplant after the leaves drop In the autumn or before they open in the spring. Ileinove Injured roots, broken branches, and cut back tho tops. Preserve) the lino hulr-lik- e roots; they are the feedors, the others only serve as anchors. Never allow tho roots to dry out in the wind or mid. Cover them with earth or wet straw. Dig tho bole much larger than tlio spread of the roots and do not bond or crowd them. Tramp the soil firmly and closely about the roots but leave about 2 Inches of loose soil at the surface. Thebe planting rules aro important. A tree lives longer than a man; take time and care in planting it, and in general, plant in t. the fall. Globe-Democra- I'olnts to 'Wide In The Poultry Hits-nes- s. !! Live stock men often raise the question as to which breed of cattle, hdgs or sheep Is profitable, but the average farmer, If ho Is keeping pure bred poultry at all, has never stopp- cd to weigh tho good and bad points' of any particular breed. His neigh- bor may have Single Comb Drown Leghorns; on the other side of tho road his neighbor has perhaps Jtockn: another lias Rboda Inland Kudu, and another, wo will uy, White Wyandotte. Not becAUit the average farmer ban made a study of any of Uipko frrtiutls, but simply becuiiso ho can gut okhk cheaper from some particular friend who ban uood grtidoti, ho secures the urn do okk and gets as a rtwult uo bottitr cbiekeiM than he more . J'or wry 1UU mony bo could hav wcured purebred U tbat would five hint tlou- -' ers to tho exclusion of all other breeds. Right now is tho time to visit tho local county fair, or perhaps the state fair, and spend some time In Ask questhe poultry show-rooand tions of the different breeders decide definitely for yourself which breed appeals to your fancy and which comes nearest to being really what you want on your farm. After the selection Is made, eight or ten good, thrifty well matured pullets und a male bird a year or two old can be purchased, or perhaps one can find ten or twelve year old hens and an exceptionally well developed cockerel of high quality to mate with them. They would bo better breeding stock. In order to be successful decide definitely on one breed and continue with that breed using new blood from time to time from the best Hocks In tho country. Nothing is ever gained by crossing puro breeds of poultry. Perhaps tho first crossing will be successful, but tho second generation will lose all that has been gained by the breeding and selecting, and one has no assurance that the progeny will bo either egg producers or market fowls. There is no farm largo enough In If a Tennessee for two breads. farmer will tako ono breed and spend his tlmo and energy on It he will find that at tho cud of Ave or six years ho has been more successful financially and has derived more pleasure from the work than any of his neighbors who divided their time with two or more breeds. Memphis Commercial Appeal. a Campaign Comments. The Cincinnati Knqulrer, an Ind dependent (Dem.) newspaper, In its Issue of September 10th, a political map of Hio United States, which strongly iudfentes tho election of Hughes lu tho Klectorlal College by a largo majority. summary of tho An explanatory map follows: Total vote In Klectorlal College . 631 I -- 'i(i NecosMiry to elect Hoauowtbly certain Republican pub-Unite- Is a laxn- Dr. Hell's lllvn Tnr Kvrnn- - tho .nliin tnr Imlanm -,- . henls the raw spots, loosens the nut-- , cour and prevents irrttntlon of the bronchial tubes. Just get a bottle todny, of Dr. Dell's The earnestness nnd llrmness of Ite guaranteed to help you. At drug 1 Charles Kvnns Hughes appeal alike gists. to the confidence and respect of tin Talk During 0Hratlou. American people, and there will 1.' With part of his skull removed and no "dallying" around the Hag in hi- CL1FFOKD M. LEWIS'. llrll .Manager. while surgeons were examining his administration. it ii o . e hrnln tissues for the removal or n As a warrior, President Wilson has mastoid abscess, W. D. Morton Tues- -' adopted the typewriter as a machine day smiled und talked with the sur- I geons during tho operation nt the St . gun. Mary's ot Nazareth Hospltnl at ChiSecretary Tumulty Issues a vehe- cago. The operation was performment denial of the press dispatches ed under a local anesthesia. Today ! of last week that President Wilson, the patient wus said to be getting I Sl W UlltP alarmed at the results in Maine nnd along "nicely." 1 llUMb x, the gathering Impetus of the ReSale. publican Campaign, would nbandon l his policy of remaining at Shadow Good 120 acre tarm on Rough ' ,l.V f Lawn and make a speaking tour bf River, 3 miles west of Hartford. GO Secretary Tumulty adcountry. the GO acres mits tho President will accept Inv- acres In cultivation; other Apply, Improved. to speak In various cities or woodland. itations TINSLKY & DAHNKTT, the country, but declines to call Hartford. Ky. n It a tour. Well, wasn't It Lord I o who said, that most dispute for Itonib. Lnhor Itlitllicd urlses over the meaning of words? Gr.KAXTKi:i skkvici: Labor troubles are blamed for n Ono hundred per cent explosion which occurred Mon- Senator Jamea and other, spe'.l- - bomb value. Special work for W, 'day morning In a motion picture binders are telling tobacco growers ' O. W. the administration has forced theater In the loop district of Chlcnthat W. F STEVENS, England to recedo from her embargo go. Slight damage was done to the Hartford. Ky. II. F. D. 7. on tobacco to tho great benefit ot building. Representing Continental o This these growers In Kentucky. Marble & Granite Co. (.'ennaii'.s Army Pay Cut. change extends onl to "cigar" to- 1, says the Ov- Heglnnlng October bacco, none of which is grown in erseas News Agency, the salary of all . Kentucky. German offlcors will be reduced. Tho salary of tho minister of war nnd WoHiaii "Wants What would Hughes do In Mex the chlof army commanders will be ico? reduced by 1,000 marks $250 ) a The answer Is easy and has been mouth and lieutenants by GO innrus made by Judge Hughes. Ho would protect American lives and property ($iro. Married oHlcors and those who and let Mexico settle her own interhavo parents depending upon them, FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE nal affairs. are allowed special Indemnities. The Dissolved in water fcr douche stopi reduction had been asked for by tho pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamMr. Wilson has scrambled the dipmation. Recommended by Lydia E. Heischtag In December, 1915. Pinkhnm Med. Co. for ten yean. lomatic eggs in Mexico and wants A healing wonder for nasnl catarrh, someone to tell him how to unscramsore throat and (oro eyes. Economical. ITAUTKOUI) PRKSSINU CI.UII. ble them. Has t sUaonnaiy rleanjiao and eensiciJsl power. Fra. 40c all dniitritu. cr mtn.Lt --o SarlaTh'mooTo3rtOnrnr. Btaien.Mm. tr Clothes cleaned and pressed. ReXOXICK. guaranteed. pairing. Satisfaction Work called for and delivered. Shop Ohio Circuit Court. . tB5.0L OVER CS YCAftG' over Ohio County Dottllng Worxs. Myrtle Smith, Admrx., Pl'ff. jummmsffi?' EXt?EriCNCE ED. NALL. 42ir Vs. Notice. ; John G. Smith, et al., Defts. D I Viri rj M All Guinea pigs do not come from To whom It may concern: Zam t l i WJ JD l W.M persons, partnerships or corpora- Guinea, nor aro they pigs. tions having claims against the estate of C. M. Smith, deceased, aro TrtAnc M.r.;to hereby notified to present the same CopvnrHT3&c. to mo at my olllcc in Hartford, Ky., AnnneMn'ilngBl!rlfh'l',r" " imrnny qnliiy miiti u n" n ir n ' ic n r bu properly verified, on or before tlu 'Jjuiiirs Tt I. r.,J.'",AJ on mtemi l HI' IIAiiriMlOK ln' uu tii.,iirii!tlrr " first day of November, , 1910, All tfr'e. ii Tuti'iita tiMeit tlinmi'li Jlut nu A iiu. KAUte Trfr I takm claims not presented will be considiptiuiliiQtUc, nl'liouttbnrce, tutliQ ered barred. I will bo at my ofllco each day to A. banilsomclr llln.tratM nHf. T.nraejt cir. iiliiimi t.t nri a. ipntltln lnurtiul. '1 prill MAn receive, audit and hear proof on said Tturt iurnHiutt"i,tt. BolitbTiill ncvnuoulcr. claims. MUNN&Co."D'",)"'KBwYofk Witness my hand thls'tho 2"th day FARM LANDS and City Residences ViauUsUlSc,(Sa If SU Vaabtwiou, U. U nro now selling at a low coat, of September, 101G. but don't expect It to bo so OTTO C. MA11TIN. If you ovr expect to own Commissioner Ohio Circuit Master your farm or your homo now Is ' Court. 13C1 tho time to buy. ' ! I . Tfie TowTiatan u rclmeJ, exclusive, and restful. lit excellent location on renntybrama Avenue, 18th and 11 blreeli, detirablr headuar-ler- t nukct (or bridal couples, louritt conventions. Schools anil turtle!, t colleges. The PowhaUn ' attracts the education, people of culture and lit pronimitr to Slate, War ami Navy Departments, alto lo manf interest, points ot historical ! makes this hntel especially tractive to a discriminating pub. ' lie. i Tht Powhatan oflers rooms with detached bath at 11.30. JJ.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, JJ.30. SJ.00 and up. fth mipi "Write for booklet 0.ETAYL0RX.E. I ita Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. , !DR. 0. E. llKAVKIt s HART VET EHINARY SURGEON DAM, KY. . mili'p Jimies Tiiwor ... I fe3fflnnuEE!E3riZfi3' I.hcn Kara. IJ..I-1"- I 1 uTB tr mrtj o.L.in PATCH T8 JJ uutvvriulr r BtmAT PAV,fr m.twir ulk i jiw lorjc!n fRCC report S ScnJ Jrl iJioto cr lrteh for a"' aue THADC-MArtR- S jwiurmlfcunxmi-'r.aimi- 'f" ' on lAUnUt'.ar n. k i n BOS-BO- I PASstNO Rircr I r ir.rr.Un I S t j WASHINGTON, D. C. I I Sovnnth Stretot, B t enccs. yrfcn1 prartUv. it. villa to SUtt rjrtr(i..i 3 1 i Da-co- o-- f i ' WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY f9BaHaKSlK( ' ' niri KILa-THECOyGH k Treilrrcni 'for WEAK f' LUNGS or CONSUMPTION pEvcry frelme A quick rcllel for that tired, cousin, paint In chrst nlcht turitt. Iictnoi ihirrs. weak lunrs or consumption. K It doca- Dothelp you it cottt you notbiog. e Lock Oox OtfV OHIO MEDICAL CO, COLUMni o FOR ONE MONTH and CURE the LUNGS .n-,- j. Dr. KtRgfs f New Bsscsusrjf F0C8!!gsHS,5tt&. w,th II JIND ALL l P-o- p. 3B 43 W&WE lbrf t. THROAT AND LUNG TflOUBLES. J "if GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY i Ussuokz OR MONEV REFUNDED. -- t Real W8V rfmf mln-n- -- TtmBlarMM i ita.i f t twvrJ.1 tt) rn4alrl4v rhilst-L- K Estate! '. Scientific Jjinertcati. i I nmdcl, , PROCUnEDANDOCrCNDCO w Sro' r re W -n obtain "iUlls, I am UtiUH ou.yrui.u.to, N ALL COUNTfllCS. H'mitilfghn Ju.tt limf.m JiusW t Jif It moaty an tffitHt&t fal ht, KJtanttna iitrinjeituni rraetict txciujivcy, YiTila or ntiu tj ui hi H Tit UjaU Stmt, nttr Tnl't EUtM fiUot 03m. WASlSNCTON. D.C. li fiMlll lssVsaranB .ii uSsi nVsPtaal proit. cr to fh turf am drat iklug taut a poultry dMtd 10 rata- -' WE HAVE soveral farms listed In Ohio county and they can bo had for reasonable prices and mercury will surely destroy the sense ii h of smell and completely deranne tlio liberal terms. If wo do not entering It throuRh whole system when have tho particular farm you McCALL PATTERNS the mucous surfaces. Such articles sliould Celebrated for ttjtle, perfect fit, simplicity anl netcr bo used except on asprescriptions we will make efforts to got the dumago reliability nearly ii) )eart. Sold in nearlt fiom reputable physicians, every city and town in the United States an they will do is ten fold to the good you It for you. Canada, or by mail direct. Store sold tint can possibly derlvo from them. Hull's any other make. Scud for tree catalogue. J. Catarrh Cure, manufactured by V. no IF YOU want to move to Hartford Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains MtCALL'S MAGAZINE mercury, and is taken Internally, acting whero our chlldron will havo tho More aubsenbera than any othei fathloa directly upon the blood and mucous surrnicarlna ndvantago of it good high school K est style.', million a month. I nvaliuble. Lai faces of tho system. In buying I rail's-. patterns, drettmaklnp, Millinery, Catarrh Cure bo Bure you get the genu-lni-In notify us. Wo havo houses and W plain icwrlnp, fancy needlework, lia in! resting, It Is taken Internally and made ctinuctte. cood stories, etc. Only 60 cenlt a lots for sale and bellcvo you can V vear tworth double), includlni? a rre ruttern. Toledo, Ohio, by V. J. Cheney & Co. free. Folect one from our list to your f bubsciibo today, or send for ample copy. Druggists. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS Take lUll't Family Tills fur constipation. likings t tnAcenti. l'otal brlngt premium catalogue J and new cash priicoflcti. Address W10 HAVE n comfortuiile home in (HE McCAU. CO. 3 to :iS W. 37th St.. NEW YOU Knew. lie Hartford, modem Improvements from 'Thuy wero hoinewurd-boun- d and a good garden in cultivachurch. tion for sale or rent. Plnco "According to tho minister's t.or-mrunts for $10 a mouth. morning," said .Mrs. th(s "tioro Is to bu no murryliuv or KlvliiK In marrlaBO lu Heaven. Do ii$3$krin Call on or address es& you bollovo that?" 171) State "Woll, 1 havo no roason to doubt ReiiKouubly curtain Democratic . It," unawored Hnpeok. "Thoro must TINSLEY ii' BARNETT I Gutcfd woen cvcr'tMi.2 tb 'ilia. In ocrvwui) p'Oitrati'j'i nnj Jcnialts 149 bu Mima way to dUtiUKuish it from Statu! wtancMCB tJit f Bio tho &U rtaii Doubtful with Republican loanthy other place." Real IMnto AKentx, UutuicU. remedy, ta 154 as ft ing J j FOR KlUNiiYaJ-tVliRAWUuubtful with Uamocmtlo ieu- Kentucky. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury do-bi- ro 0 1 imm 300 V. UU!'B UIUIUQ . m WfiHift i POPULAMECHANICS Kit-pec- lOecftri 9 Unv-isanda h;-'-- o D 1 rteii'.'i'lly. ,..,, J? ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS KUJP Informed of tho World's Prepress In UnglneerinB. Mechanics nnd lnvcntkin. nsenona women Is the. urorltu Sljiijiiiiup iu thoummda ot liuioen throughout Our t . wii.'"iMiu,viiiKurui,-onHiiiiiiij-tlio wirlL till tuo urckn for thiuiii uow und iuturcallnii budlvi.uli It Is A1AGAZINE Itnppeal, Foi Written So You Can Understand It fJU l'rw'tUnlliutariirhIiup,.ikuuc,vuri,lafu" to 'In Ihiu, ur.mii.1 Hi., II, amateur Machanlca tl? i'iiu(l fur tUb llnta nn.l ..... ii ui una. Unta, huow 4ii.wn .Ii w. Jrj If.. I 1 i.rnit.iri'uti ( ru. 1. u, f... MikJuuu ,1'i.u m r u i.l ,iuliia lo H.ruiuan SI.SO I'CIt YEAR ... &IMCI .;.." ' wMetaer fonltiT Pte)ty or uU lni 49 u Doubtful - taU t inMnajy fur wi IjfMhMOMW ...... &7 CASTORIA Children Ory FLETCUER'S FOR Hartford, RgpubliMii OIBce. UotU I'banoe t 4 kh STOMACH TROUBLE the a dra((trt,k cotutr. brt mtrdklM vr M W u,J.r hwa wir a, aw., I Jilrtw. CmpU cupy tvili bu Milt tnw tk HOPULttR MCCHANICS UAGM2INC AHu.gilleian n,ai., r rn inl -- lV'TW!i;rAlWgJ1'!'MasjcrTjjjs JAPAN TO RENEW HER New Price on . . DEMANDS AFTER WAR Ford Cars! Ford Runabout . $345-0Ford Touring Car . $360.00 0 HOLDS HAK AOAINST IMMIGKA. TIO.V AM) IiANI) HOLDING DK- HOMATOIIY TO DIGNITY. F. O. B. Detroit. Freight to Beaver Dam $18.00. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. r'HHiHBaaMHm' m8mmssm&wm-- ' irr'i r - m'('tn-v- - nw 'trim mi r jtvmbvtl IMZZSm-- jrArmw "m --x yincir " a. flushes withjtjvhirrr. - "WJttn a eovev at your feit- bcit why they arc called the Shtlls." The itfcl li.i.f milr tie mil. diffrrc.ee. It Crip, iut ywdcr .a fctrp. all tfar drive .1 tbe eipl.do. rifbt behiid ftitttl iM tktui tn "Arrow ehirelr dtilrr. f. tow. ..rrvIW wrlj. .nd 'Nilr. Til. Iiv.it Club" meVdrM. ..d i. ..cl ..mmif ahclli. the olj .tA.d t7. tie "Ntw Club" lUIU. Sold by your home dealer and 3,250 other or the trap boy springs an unex-- J those are the times when' pected angle Arrow ind Nitro Club iteel lined belli bow. "Std 1yr fun n!t REM OIL, (Xe PtfJtr Stlvtnt, Lulrnant mnJ Rutt Prtwtntdtir THE REMINGTON ARMS UON METALLIC CARTR1DCE CO. C7e.i mni eemltne-Imm leading merchants in Kentucky Lmrant Mtnufitturirt Woolworth XlmlJi.f; S ,n lie firtarmt tf W.rJ anj Ammunition New York w .V iwum.i.i. ,f.,,tt,MM,iiii van, hmmju SFVHnrnatmnrwrm nHHHBHBKHMI I1KKK IS A GOOD PLACK TO STOP I'OH I.1TTLI2 MONKY Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th Tho Only Hold In Louisville Operated on tho American mid Kuropcun Plans. (With Meals) AMKHICA.V Hooms without Itath but nlth Hot and Cold llunning Water. single, $2.00 per day; 2 people, $2.00 each 75 Hooms single, 2.50 per day; 2 people, 2.25 each 50 Booms 50 Front Hooms. single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.50 each Hooms with Private Hath: single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 each 50 Hooms ...single, 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each 50 Hooms PI-A- KUHOPKAN PIiAX (Without Meals-,-) Hooms without Hath but with slnglo, $1.00 75 Rooms single, 1.25 50 Hooms 50 Front Rooms. single, 1.50 Rooms with Private Until : single, 1.50 50 Rooms slnglo, 2.00 50 Rooms THE OLD INN, Hot and Cold Iluiinlng Witter. 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 people, people, t 1.25 each 1.50 each Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. Kuropenu Plan Only. Hath, $1.00 and up; Rooms With Private Hath, $1.50 Rooms Without and up Hot KatlnR Place In Town. The Loulsvlllo Hotel and tho Old Inn nro located In tho wholesalo walk to tho retail district aud theaters. district and only a LOriSVIIiliK llOTKIe AXD (Mil) INN COMPANY, Props. iiaaEiaiEaiiaiaiitHiHBiisiiiBsiaiiHs s 1 m m S m Kl Vanderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop thoir sons into tho best typo of citizens and Christian' gentlemen. Its pulionngo is widely seat- tered and comes from the best homes in tho South. Its capacity is limited, thore- fore, reservations should bo made early. Place your son in ,this select gioup of boys. Jj 3 H m M V3 m 5 .3 Writo LlllllHU"IHI111111111" rugtfjjaj 9 MSTHENEY & BATTS For cataloguo and information. Box A. M Washington, Oct. 4. Japan's pose to renew after the European war her contention for tho right of her people to emigrate to and own land In the United States, suggested In a New York paper yesterday by Yoshlro Sakatunl, former fj Duron inance minister In tho Toklo cabinet finance minister in the day at tho i Japanese embassy. Negotiations over these questions, which came to a deadlock two years ago, are not regarded by Japan as concluded, It was explained, but merely postponed, while tho larger Issues of the war are being dealt with. The deadlock followed a long ser- -' les of conferences between former Secretary llyan and Duron Clnda.then the Japanese ambassador, and an exchange of notes between tho two gov- ernments over the alien land Icgis- Ohio Circuit Court. jlatlon enacted by California. After Mrs. W. P. Her, Admrx., et al PIMM. the UStato Department had pointed Vs. Notice. out that under its constitution the W. P. Iler's heirs, et al Dcfts. In led Sates Government could do no Hy virtue of a judgment and ormore than seek to prevent such legis- der, of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Cour' lation, and that persons affected by rendered at the September term, it had recourse to the federal courts, 191G, In the above cause, for the sun ! Japan closed the exchanges with a of $2,000 In favor of the Farmers note saying her 'complaint had not State Hank, of Brookport, Illinois, jtbocn answered and reserving "for with interest thereon at the rate of the present further discussion of tho C per cent per annum from Feb' iBsue." ruary 14, 1914, until paid; also tho The position of tho Japanese Gov- further sum of $1,612.68 in favor of ernment, according to Informal state- J. D. Duke, with Interest thereon nt ments by embassy officials, still Is the rate of 6 per cent per annum that restrictions on immigration and from January 5, 1912, until paid, an 1 laud holding are not only derogato- all cost herein, Including the cost ry to her dignity, but are unjust un- of this sale, I will offer for sale by der International law, In that they public auction at the office of the aro discriminatory, against her in Rockport Deposit Bank, Hockport, Removal of Ky., on Saturday, October 14, 1916, favor of other nations. these restrictions, It Is explained, are at. the hour of 1:00 p. m., on a credit regarded as Japan's third and final of three and six months the followstop In her rise to statehood, the ing described property, two and the abolition of exti 10 shares of capital stock of the territoriality and the negotiation of Rockport Deposit Bank, being certicommercial equality treaties. ficates Nos. 77, 65, 68, 54, 40 and While It is admitted that the pres- 39; which shares, of stock were ownent difficulties probably have put off ed by W. P. Her, deceased, and held the proposed $15,000,000 Japanese by the Farmers State Bank pt Brook-por- t, loan to China, It is said Japan will 111., as collateral security. take her sharo In the $50,000,000 Also 20 shares of the capital stock loan proposed by the foreign mlnls- - of the Hockport Deposit Bank being I ter to the group of English, French, certificates Nos. 57, 58, 59 and 60, Russian, Japanese and American which shares of tho said Rockport bankers. Japan Is said to be more Deposit Bank were owned by W. P. than able to take her sharo of this Her, deceased, and held hy J. D. loan becauso of tho profits on muni Duke, as collateral security, or a tions sold to Russia. sufllclcncy thereof to produce Wvi Jnpancso policy toward tho pro-- ( sums of money ordered to be made. posed trade war after the war will Tho purchaser will bo required to be outlined here Friday with the vis-- it execute bond with approved security of Baron.,.Sakatanl, who is justi Immediately after sale. . ... r . -- lit I .!.. uacK iroiii inu rucuui uuiuu cluiiuiuiu This the 27th day of September, conference at Paris. The baron will 1916. at lunch by James b.e entertained OTTO C. MARTIN, Drown Scott, secretary of tho CarMaster Commissioner. negie Peace Endowment, and at din13t3 II. P. TAYLOR, Attorney. ner by Toklchl Tanaka, the Japaneso mo charge. Japan is said to bo deeply KILLS NKIGHHOR WHEN Interested in the proposed trade war, FOUND WITH win: us her participation in it is counted upon to "remove serious competition Hopkinsville, Ky., Oct. 2. Jim In China, her vital trade field. t and Caldwell, 22 years old, killed last night by Lyman Lucas, Will My Child Take Dr. King's New 28, at tho home of Mrs. Lucas, sev Discover'? en miles west of Hopklnsvlllo. LuThis best answer Is Dr. King's New cas surrendered and is In jail. He Discovery itself. Its a pleasant sweet says he and his wife separated sevI syrup, easy to take. It contains tho eral weeks ago. Last night, he demedicines which years of experience clares, he followed Caldwell to her have proven best for Coughs and home aud caught him and Mrs. LuColds. Those who have used Dr. cas In a compromising position. When King's Now Discovery longest are Its he protested Caldwell shot at him, best frlonds. Besides' every bottle Is he says. Lucas then fired a bullet guaranteed. If you don't get satis- In Caldwell's body. ! faction you get your money back, nuy a bottle, uso as directed. Keep NOTICK. what Is loft for Cough and Cold in1 Rowoll Prltors surance. Supply Co., et al., Plaintiffs. American Jailed In Mexico. Vs.' Notlco. Burton Wilson, president of the W. S. Tlnsley and S. T. Barnctt, AdAmerican Cluo of Moxlco City, is ministrators of the estate of C. M. held In Jail thcro after bolng arrestBarnett, deceased, et al., Defended by Carranza's own secret sorvlce ants. men, according to Americans arrlv- All persons, firms aud corporalug at San Antonio, Tex., Monday, tions having claims against tho esNo charges tate of C. M. Burnett, deceased, aro j from tho Mexican capital. j wero preferred against Wilson, who notified to present tho same (o mo at represents soventoen foreign colon- my ollico in Hartford, Ky., properly ies In Moxlco City us chalrnmn-o- f tho verified, on or before tho llrst day International Committee. or November, 1916. I will bo iu my offlci until said When You Take Colli. ilute to rocolvo, hear proof of and With the average man n cold Is audit claims against eald estate All a sorlous matter unci should not bo claims not filed by said date will bo trilled with, us bomo of tho most barred. dangerous diseases start with a comDone by ordor of court nt Its SepChamberlain's tember term, 1916, roferrlng said Tuko mon cold. Cough Romedy and get rid of your caso to mo as Master Commissioncold ns quickly us possible You aro er. not experimenting when you uso this OTTO C. MARTIN, remedy, as It has been In uso for Muster Commissioner Ohio Circuit uiuuy years and has an established 13t3 Court. mm reputation. It contains no opium or everyFor Sale. other narcotic. Obtainable m A 160 aero farm 4 miles cast of where Hartford, on tho border of tho oil fields. Good dwelling, barn and othltuss FihhhiK and Work. Young It bass fishing wero In tho catego- er necessary outbuildings. ry of day labor, tho bass should wor- orchard, strawberry bed and other sunpleasing features. It bonds carry boneaches, ry. Heartaches, y seat plko will bo near. burn, and mosquito bites full to the Usher. Three days In See, or wrlto TInsloy & Barnctt, lot of tho bass advance of tho date set for your Hartford, Ky for further uiurtyrdom you begin no arrange for purI I I ! to-wi- t.: I was.-shoI ' lutcr-count- It. You first sccuro your bait. Five miles from homo there Is a creek wlicro mlnowB and tonics are to be found. You must have crabs and dodson, crickets and grasshoppers, for when bass aro dieting they are particular about their bill of fare. Boats may bo had for fifty cents. They are not, of course, such boats as one would find at tho Thousand Islands or at Central Park, New After Four Years of Discouraging York. Thoy nro Juot boats, having two sides and a bottom, and thus Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave managing to float. A tomato can is Up in Despair. Husband one of the chief requisites In bass fishing. It Is necessary for balling. Came to Rescue. Oars are a secondary consideration. Anything with a flat faco (a fence board preferred) will answer the nur- pose, becauso when Ashing for bass j en Incresting letter Catron, Ky.- -rt one sits and waits or smokes and swears. It a man were obliged to oc- -' from this place, Mrs. Bcttle Bullock cupy a church pew without a back writes as follows : "I suffered for four to rest Ills spine against, what a years, with womanly troubles, and during howl of protest ho would make! Yet he will sit In a leaky boat seven days this time, 1 could only sit up for a little ' a week and never grumble, and in while, and could not walk anywhere at spite of everything will sleep every all. At times, I would have severe pains night like a trooper. Zlm In Cari In my left toons Magazine. side. ' The doctor was called In, and his treat MASTIJK COMMISSIONKH'S SALK I HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE I and had gotten so weak I could not startt I gave up In despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it. From the very Br I could tell it was helping me. I now walk two miles without It tiring me, and am doing all ,r.y work." If you arc all run down from womanljr dose, can troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardui, the woman'stonic. It has helped more than a million women, in its SO years of continuous success, and should surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what He will recom it will do. Ask him. ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: Chattinooca Mfllclna Co., Udlw soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory. Dtpt.. Chittanoora. Tenn.. for Sptciot that, nothing seemed to do me any good. 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A Ljigggjgjiiavtwa v LATEST WAR NEWS " " A Distinctive Reason the chief reason for the superiority of Royal Baking Powder? There are several good reasons, but there 13 one which distinguishes Royal from other taking powders. This reason, which every woman should know, is that Royal Baking Powder is made from cream of tartar, which comes from grapes. This means a healthful fruit origin. .It means natural food as distinguished from mineral substitutes used in other baking powders. There is no alum nor phosphate in Royal Baking Powder. What is Monday. The Russians havo renewed their offensive In the drive on Leinbcrg, and Pctrograd claims two successes. Berlin admits one of these. In the Carpathians Jhe Austrian have taken up tlio offensive with n small advance. Eu.tcrii I'Yont. Kninco. British trops In the cen- ter along the Soinnio line hnvc mado front, nnd an ndvance of a 3,000-yar- d Kaucourt 1'Abbaye Is reported to havo been taken, p'he operations were aided by the armored "tanks." Gorman trenches near Morval and Clery wore taken by the French. England. Another nlr raid by .cppellim over Eastern Euglnnd has taken place. Ono Zeppelin Is roport-o- d to have been brought down lit tlainea. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York I REV. NAPIER COMES BACK TO HARTFORD KifcW Mr. B. K. Henry and family. .Mr. t'HANOKS MAiyS IX TIIK V OWKXKRORO DISTRICT M. K. COXKUHKXCK. Jliu Louisville Conference of the M. 53. Church whlcli has been In session nt Franklin for the past several days, adjourned Mondny nfter assigning pastors to their various llut charches for the coming year. few changes were made In the District. 2lcv. B. W. Napier returns to The Hartford for his fourth year. nevs Is welcomed here and In otbr parts of the county where the pai.tar Is known. His work her.e has hucu satisfactory and a more rable preacher would be hard to flnd.' Trio following appointments "were made in the Owcnsboro District: J. T. Rushing, Presiding Elder. t;eaver Dam IS. Calhoun Cntertown XJentral City W. C. Frank. U. Bennett. J. B. Rayburn. Mc- Station J. It. Afee. CJovcrporl M. L. Dyer. ilnndec S. M. Bailey. Fwtlsvlllo T. B. Bandy. Paul S. Crowivlllo Station is Henry's mother, of Owensboro Ms guest ulso. Mr. Pearl Tweddell Is building an addition to his residence. Mr. and Mrs. O. Bratchor, of Hartford, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bllbro, Sunday. Mr. Herbert Westcrfleld has sold hh. farm to Mr. Frank Qivondar. Mr. T. M. Maples, Owensbor, was y In the interest In our midst of the tobacco pool. Mrs. Mlnnlo Chapman has returned to her home at Prentiss, nfter a few days visit to rolativcs here. Mrs. Oma Turner and mother, Mrs. Tiehenor, of Hartford, are visiting the family of Mr. John Bell. The death of Mrs. V. C. Bennett occurred at her home near here September 25. Funeral services were conducted at Mt. Hermon the following Tuesday by Rev. It. D. Bennett. vShe was 70 years old and although she had been in ill health for fivo4years, her death was unexpected at this time. Her husband, three sous and a daughter survive her. She was loved by every one and will be greatly missed. o REQUEST TO WOMEN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETIES to-da- The' Serbians Imv Miicciliiniii. Height, on captured Kaimakonlan the western cud of the Macedonian front, for possession of which heavy fighting between the Serbians and Bulgarians hns been in progress for soma tlmo. Tiii'silii) . Kinnniihi. Rumanian troops have Invad crossed the Danube River-aned Bulgarian territory, according to the official communication Issued yesterday. The river was crossed Rustchulk and Turtukal, the latter place being where the river leaves Bulgarian territory, and Hows northeast through Rumania. France. ' The Germans at KauIn tierce lighting re gained n footing In some of the buildings of that town, but west of Gucdc- court nnd east of Courceletto the I British Improved their positions. TIk French report progress east of Bou-- 1 chavesnes. court 1'Abbaye v At No Time M mi in the History of This I r7 ' i Wednesday. of Greece. King Constantino Greece, according to an Athens dla-- . patch, has In his hands the reslgna-tlon- s of the members of the Cabl-- 1 net except those of the Premier and It Is prob-- 1 tne Foreign Minister. able that the new Cabinet will con- tain several supporters of former , Premier Veiflzelos, who Is In favor of Greece's entry Into the war on the side of the Entente Allies. J House Have We Felt the Responsibility that We Feel To-da- y When We Call Your Special Attention to Our Garment Department. Conditions in this country and abrqal have been so unusual that we have used extreme care in selecting the garments the Coats and Suits that we believe you will want for fall. ijartford flreunvltlo Circuit 11. L. M, Russell. W. Napier. It. II. Higgins. lwJsport 3t"&isport XEvei-mttr- W. L. Shell. W. S. Buckner. Tally. Maceo P. C. Duvall. Rayraon Oliver. Norfh Hartford Owensboro, urecKenruige-stree- t W. 0. Uickard. Osrcnsboro Circuit C, F. Hart- It. . f'jrd. OarenslMiro, M. Miller. Oweiihlwro, Sottle Third-stre- et Memorial B. S. F. Atkinson. Woodlawn M. H. Owensboro, Alexander. .Rochester C. D. Boggess. Stanley K. C. Lampton. H. F. Higgins. ifaeraniento R. B. McMican liauth Carrolltou C. B. Gentry. tilephonsporl Transferred: U. G. Foote, Baltl F. T, Howard, ronre Conference; Kentucky Conference. All misionary societies are requested by the superintendent to send in reports of their meetings to the county papers, as often as Uiey can and will. The county paper goes everywhere, and we may encourage some struggling society by reporting our own work. It gives us great pleasure to say that our Y. W. A. leader, Mrs. Gene Pendleton, of Hartford, has the true missionary spirit. She had a collection of gold pieces and bangles, mementos of her girl hood days. She sent them to the United States mint they gave her almost full value 'or thorn and she gave the money to missions. Maybe j some one else will do the same. IThero are ways and ways when onco the heart is set on mission work. MRS. R. L. CREAL, Supt. O. C. A. . i i A Rome dispatch reRumania. ports that Field Marshal von Mack-euse- n has ordered the evacuation of the Dobrudja fortresses of Sllistra and Turtukal in. fear of tlteir being enveloped by the Rumanians Buch- arest reports gains In Transylvania, but nothing is vouchsafed concerning the troops which Invaded Bulgaria. m Itussia. sViolent fighting has been in progress in Russia, west of Lutsk, j and in Uallcia. west ol LiUtsK tne Russians have reported progrcss.but In the other region neither .side has been able to gain any marked advantage. But We Are Absolutely Confident That we have selected the right garments and we ask you to come and see them. We are willing to leave it to your judgment. It is your judgment always that decides the matter. We have used our best endeavors. You know what they have been in the past. We believe your opinion will coincide with ours. Thursday. Rusxlu. Tho fierco battle which has been raging for several days west of Lutsk, In Volhynia, Is still .vlth-oBerlin claims Rumanrosults. ian troop3 whloh cossed the Danubo have been hastily wlthilrawn In tho fear of being encircled by Mackcn-soHeavy engagements are In progress on tho Hungarian frontier. In Franco continued rains havo' confined fighting to artillery battlos. n. ut Mountain Grizzly. nmed Whatoly, who was collecting specimens near Cooke, Montana, says the New York Evening j Post Magazine, worked too long, and decided to spdtad the night In the mountains. The weather was warm and pleasant, and he stood his' ritle against a tree and lay down to NOCHKEK HAPPENINGS. sleep. In the course of the night he ins.. 4. Rov. R. T. Harper went was awakened by the heavy brenth-t- n Sehree Monday to hold a revival ing of a large animal and an oppre-mrctluodor. jslve and very disagreeable n Moasrs. Monnio Barnard, George of something and John Bell havo recent-- , ir.g over him, In Uy perfectly still, jv ended siloes. a grunting and Soon 4 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bennett, of bnuffinf close by hi head, and he ?JcUu county, visited their son, Mr. t understood that fca was underneath )kbtt Dennett, Sunday. la grUaly Mar! A cold sweat came alias Irene Ward, "Who is teaching over htm, and he was paralyzed with near PhUpot, spent the week-en- d fright. with her parents, Mr. and Mra. D. E. Whately'a rifia a out of reaeh. "Ward, j He had ao halt, and he Ian red that Mr. and Mrs. Allen Miller. Bearer the griuly mljUt a'.taek him at any Dam, aiient Sunday with Mr. Tolbert foment Actios on u sudden la TJiller and family. pulse, h: doibled up Ms knoes, and Mrs. y. Q. Tlnsley and little son, with all bia atrenxtL plunged both nr Tlsltlns near Horton this week. his ftsU awl feet ttmultanaously Mr. James Ralph and son, Clyde; j against the atcma.t of the beast. TiUrn Georgia Ralph, Mrs. V. W. Saa-- ; It was a complete surprise for the cierfnr and Mrs. Hez Ward und sou, gristly , whlek ww etep more to Owensboro ( en'ed than the motored ta It ran Wual-Tnoadain and tellew'ng lito the timber, Mr. and Mrs. Arvle Word and chll- - while WbaUtiy, whw knot were uiu vlMiliiig Mrs. Word's par- - knocking tbgethar with fright, gatlt-cnt- s, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Bennett. ered up his Roods and struck out for Mr. and Mr:;. Kills Foster and Mrs. Ccpke City in the dark He did not Tt. D. Bennett, of Hartford, spent dare to pauaa until h was safu in Sunday with Mm. J. P. Foster, of the aettlwueat -- The Youths Sunday. , pantou. Dr. and Mra. It. L. Ford, Liver- more, motoruil thru here enroute to timm TuttriiL. "Why do yoa ltutat on taking sum Hartford Tuesday. Mrs. Loufba Vanover, Calhoun, is mer hoarum? tho guest of her eon, Mr. P. D. "I like to have 'em around," re. Mrt, CiJniU!. "It's a coin- Tweddell. i piled Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Turner, of fort to lutvt MMMfcotfy eltlcizlu' the Kicar l.Iv'eruiore, spent Sunday with mMu tMrtrttia my uvu fumlly," A A prospector ' g. Greece. Kng Constantino has accepted the resignation of tho Greek Cabinet and a new ministry Is to bo formed in which throe followers ot Venlselou will havo portfolios. KORDSVILLE ITEMS. 1. Miss Irene Miller, of visited friends and relatives here last week, Mr. J. D. Cooper nnd family motored to Bowling Green yesterday to tpend several days with relatives. Mr. Ellis Mitchell and family, of Dundee, were tho guoets of Mr. and Mrs. Ream Smith Sunday. Prof. O. L. Shultz and wife wcro in the Narrows Saturduy. Dr. E. P. Rdfogors, wifo and children wore tho, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Reynolds Saturday and Sunday. Ballard Wllson.wifo and baby passfrom ed through town yesterday Trenton, whero Mrs. Wilson has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lewis. Mrs N. F. Gabbert returned Saturday from Louisville, whore she 1ms been, visiting her son. Oct. Can-eyvill- e, Half-conscio- stand-Joluun- I the -- WE KNOW that we buy from the best manufacturers in their lines. WE KNOW when you buy a Palmer Garment you are going to be a permanent and satisfied customer. WE KNOW that the styles of our garments are absolutely correct. WE KNOW no matter what price you pay, you will receive full value for your money. E KNOW the variety of our styles is sufficient to .in fit any form and satisfy any taste. WE KNOW our price range of from $12.50 to $35 will match most anybody's purse. , 0 , fright-MKario- e, y. , I.u With a full understanding of our responsibility in offering you garments which we fully recommend, we jnvite you to look over our showings, knowing that we have SUITS and COATS that will appeal to you and will afford you entire satisfaction. . ' Coin-Hofll- n, Hor Sale. and threo residence Also 120 town lots In Iltirtford. acriw Rough river farming land. For 'particulars mid terms, apply to M, W. BARNARD, Hartford. lit Nine-roo, E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Ky. Several of tho Siberian rivers flow our, beds ot solid Ice. y