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Subscription $1 per Year No. 15 6 STEAMERS SUNK S. the Treasury Department, so they are the "bigots" Mr. Johnson refers I I OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KX, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1916. f i nessco by merely taking thorn from one room Into another. It frequently happened that the brldo was a girl of sixteen or sevenELOPERS FRIEND teen and tho bridegroom a widower of from forty to sixty; sometimes the reverse, the bridegroom being a mere youth while the bride was eldLATH PARSON KEPT HOTEL FOR erly. Hut It made no difference to PURPOSE AND MARRIED Burroughs. .1,1 II! COUPLES. Irate fathers have been known to follow their fleeing daughters over frozen snows and across mountains, BOUNDARY sometimes to capture and take them INN WAS ON back, but more frequently to learn that the couplo had arrived nt the mecca ahead of thoni and wore marIn nj Mini tn Cross Hall To lie ried. Unique Another State Weddings. Hully Day Kerle. Don't forget that next Sunday Is Rally Day at the local M. K. Church. IirUtol, Vn., Oct. 7. Tho Ilov Special programme has been arrangBurroughs, tho ed for this day and tho largest forAlfred Harrison "Marrying I'arHon" of Ilrlstol, Is mer attendance at Sunday bchool Is expected to be eclipsed. dead ut tho age of elghty-thre- o Purson HurrouRliB resigned "slth. from tho Baptist ministry twenty-fiv- e years ago In order to CHtnbllsh LABOR PAPER PAYS the "American Gretna Green." Hit built and equipped a hotel for TRIBUTE TO HUGHES the exclusive use of runaway couples marriage ho performed the and Most ceremony for G,Mi couples. of the couples came from states POINTS TO REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES RECORD AS GOVERN whero the laws prohibited tho mar-rlag- n OK OF NEW VOKK. of persons under twenty-on- e j ears of ago without parental con- ' mi,. MJWHtT J I TUI VflU I 5thji(v lit rri " jssdPJ TM to, I presume. Mr. Johnson has never answered my question "nut says I "claim" (?) OFF U. COAST to bo n Democrat. I havo always been and ever expect to be a red blood American Democrat, who has novcr taken 'an oath or bowed the GERMAN SUBMARINES DESTROY BRITISH, DUTCH AND NORknee to a foreign King or Potentate. WEGIAN VESSELS. The Herald man has been passing on me, Judgment now I want to pass ono on him. He holds an appointment under Mr. Johnson, and ALL GIVEN WARNING that has closed his paper to the truth. Now, Mr. Democratic Voter, you see to It that Mr. Johnson stays at homo and In two years wo will elect a genuine American Democrat to Congress, who has no other political ties. Yours for the success of Woodrow Wilson. JAMES H. WILLIAMS. Crews Are Rescued By Atucriwun Destroyers When News Is Flashed. Boston, Oct. 8. Tho submarine arm of tho Imperial navy ravaged shipping off the eastern coast of the United States Four British, one Dutch and ona Norwegian steamer were sent to taw bottom or left crippled dorelicts off Nantucket Shoals. under the light of tho hunter's moon tho destroyer flotilla, of the United States Atlantic fleet! was picking up passengers and crews of the destroyed vessels and bringing1 them Into Newport, R. I. So far as known there was no loss of life, though at a late hour the crew of tbr British steamer Kingston had not been accounted for. A submarine held up tho American steamer Kansan, bound from New York for Genoa, with steel for the Italian Government, but later, on establishing her identity, allowed th American to proceed. The Kansan came Into Boston harbor late tonight for her usual call here. 3. Relieved To B The hostile submarine is believed to tho the which paid a call to Newport yesterday and disappeared at sunset. Some naval men, ho trover, declared that at least two submarines are operating close to the American shore, though outside the three-mil- e limit. The record of submarine warfare, as brought to land by wireless dispatches follows: The Strathdcne, British freighter, torpedoed and sunk off Nantucket. Crew taken aboard Nantucket Shoals' lightship and later reported to Newport by torpedoboat destroyers. The Strathdeno left New York yesterday for Bordeaux, and was attacked at 8 a. bi. The West Point, British freighter, torpedoed and sunk off Nantucket, crew abandoned the ship in small shot from, boats after a warning submarine's gun. Olllcers and men The were taken aboard a destroyer. Vessel was attacked at 10:45 a. m. She was bound from London for Newport News. Passenger Liner Sunk. The Stephn'no, British passenger liner, plying regularly between New York, Halifax and St. Johns, New Foundland, torpedoed southeast of while bound for New Nantucket, York. Passengers and crew, numbering about 140, were picked up by the destroyer Drayton and transferred to the destroyer Jenkins. Tho attack was made at 4:30 p. m. freighter, Tho Kingston, British torpedoed and sunk southeast of Nantucket. Crew missing nnd destroyer senrchlng for them. This vessel Is not nccountcd for In maritime registers, and may bo the Klngstonlan. Tho attack occurred at C p. ni. Bloomersdljk, Dutch frelghtor.tor-pedoe- d nnd sunk south of Nantucket. Crew taken aboard a destroyer. Tho steamer was bound from New York for Rotterdam, having- - sailed to-daTo-nig- ht U-5U-5- 3, BRITISH GOVERNMENT STOPS NEWS SERVICE INTERNATIONAL NEWS DENIED FURTHER USE OK CABLES CHARGE BAD FAITH. sent. Some years ago tho Ministerial memorialized of Ilrlstol tho Tennessee legislature to put a blop to tho hundreds of "hasty and 'indecent marriages" performed annually at tho Ilrlstol mecca. Keeps Matrimonial Hotel. Parson Burroughs' hotel was designed expressly for tho convenience of eloping couples. Every room In It is a bridal chamber. It stands squarely on the lino between Virginia and Tennessee, which runs throiiRh Ilrlstol, ho that half of tho hotel Is In one state and half in another. Klopera from ono of the two 'states had only to cross the hall to he within the jurisdiction of the performed marriages Burroughs tinder every conceivable circumstance In a carriage racing through tho streets at night with an Irate parent in full pursuit, with the couple standing tn tho middle of a street car running along the boundary Hue, with hands clasped across the in boundary lino, the bridegroom one stato and tho brldo tn another. Ho had been In It long enough to marry tho children of couples who first came to him. Fully ninety per cent of tho couples ho married were They represented many elopers. states Virginia and West Virginia, Kentucky, the two Carollnns, Georgia, Alabama, Now York, Now Jersey, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Arkansas, Illinois, and California. Weds Fhe Couples at Once. He hud been culled upon by as many ns live couples at ono time, when one ceremony and one blessing Answered for all. Only recently ho married live couples at ono time, and he had barely concluded this servlco when two more wore ushered Ponu-hjlvanla, Chicago Evening Post. (By F. I). Vanover.) Louisville, Ky., Oct. 10. Thoughtful worklngmen and members of tho WAYMK WILLIAMS various labor organizations here are ALLIES DEMAND expressing hut little confidence In the policies advocated by President TO BEN Wilson today, in view of the strongly THE GREEK FLEET expressed opinions Of contempt for labor, of Professor Wilson of yesterday. Instead, they are replying; In DEMANDS ISSUES STKINGENT AND POINTED ALSO constantly Increasing numbers on the ULTIMATUM REPLY TO 4TH DISTRICT VARIOUS CONCESSIONS TO favorable public record of Charles CONGRESSMAN. HE GRANTED. Evans Hughes, of whom the Legislative Labor News, of Now York, on 'October 10, 1910, paid tho follow- JOHNSON ing tribute: I J other. f In. tion, which is on tho Virginia side, but wlthlA 100 feet of Tennessee soil. Parson Burroughs would meet all trains upon their arrlvnl, and It was tho exception when uo clopora All of the elopers coining by train arrived nt tho Union Passenger Sta- were aboard. Somottmeii tho parents of elopers would telegraph tho Ilrlstol, Vu., police to nrest tho runaways upon their arrival. In such caso Parson Burroughs would hurry tho couple ucrosb the lino Into Tennessee. When ho baw un olllcer watching a train ho aimed to get to the couple Experience taught him how to pick out posulblu clopors from tho mass of peoplo leaving tho trains. Ho had tho sympathy of tho police, and frequently they were accused of not oxerclslug duo diligence- - In tho apprehension of elopers. liullt on Stato Line. So steadily did tho stream of elopers increase after tho establishment of Parson Burroughs' mecca that whou tho old Nickels house, In which tho minister first began his crumbled Into decay some career Tears ugo, ho began Immediately tho erection of the matrimonial hotel. It Is modern In every respect, and la iocatedln one of tho best sections of tho city. It Is posslblo to marry u couple In cither Virginia or Tou- - llrst. "Now that Governor Hughes has returned from politics and ascended to a place on the highest judicial tribunal in the world, the fact can be acknowledged without hurting anybody's political corns, that he was the greatest friend of hlbor laws that ever occupied the governor's chair at Albany. "During his two terms he has signlabor laws, Including ed fifty-si- x among them tho best labor laws ever enacted in this or any other State. Ho also urged the enactment of labor laws In his message to the legislature, oven going so far as to placo the demand for a labor law In one of his messages to an extra session of tho legislature. Only 102 labor laws have been enacted In this (Stato since Its erection in 1777 lu 133 years. One-thir- d of these, exceeding In quality all of tho others, have been enacted and signed during Governor Hughes' term of threo years and nine mouths." Read what Professor Wilson had to say beforo ho became a politician and dared to freely express his contempt of labor bodies, and compare with tho following expressions from Mr. Hughes when ho was Governor of Now York: "Tho Intorests of labor are the Interests of all tho people and the In tho protection of tho u security of his llfo and health by overy practicable means In one of the most sacred trusts of socloty. with "Under wlbo leadership, statesman like guidance, with n sincere Intention to promote tho benefit of tho community and to secure honorable progress, tho mission of labor organizations is ono of tho finest that any association of men could guard. Tho worklngman Is not asking anything ho should not have. All ho wants Is u squnro deal. age-earn- AN IMPORTANT RAILWAY A 'RED BLOOD DEMOCRAT Also Included tn Allies Request, Deemed Necessary For Their Safety. Ghcs Reasons For Close of The Hurt ford JleraldS Column!, To Ills Articles. the Democratic voters of the Fourth Congressional District: A reply to the speech of Hon. Ben Johnson, when In Hartford, Sept. To 18, 1916. London, Oct. 11. Vice Admiral Darttgo du Fournet, commander of fleet In the Medthe Anglo-Frenc- h iterranean, has presented an ultimatum to Greece, demanding thnt Greeco hand over the entire Greek fleet, except the armored cruiser Averoff and tho battleships Lemnos and KUkls, to the Eentento Allies by 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Demand ts also made for the control railway. of the Plraeus-Larlss- a The Minister of Marine at Athens says Vice Admiral Fournet's demands will be compiled with and that the fleet will be handed over before the prescribed time. The demands were made as a precautionary measure to Insure the safety of tho Allies' fleet. It Is explained that the dispatch of artillery and ammunition to the Interior, the movements of Greek shtps and tho continued activity of the Reservist Leagues have aroused fears m a disturbance of order at points whore tho Allies' war vessels are anchored and also endangor the security of the nlllod troops on tho Balkan front. Vice Admiral du Fournet demands tho disarming of tho KUkls, Lemnos land Avoroff nnd tho dismantling of the forts on tho sea coast, whllo the tho fleet's two forts commanding moorings nro to bo made over to tho Admiral. Control of certain points must nlso bo placed In tho hands of tho Anglo-Brttls- h authorities. In addition to tho disarming of tho warships named their crows are d the reguto bo reduced to complement lar ono-thlr- ' In the first place Mr. Johnson made a labored defense of the Roman Catholic confessional, which nobody had attacked but which everybody knows was not born of a spirit of Christianity. "Most muHe further says that: nicipalities have their own public hospitals and orphan asylums. There is not now and never has been-ansuch institution in the District of Columbia." Which is absolutely false, for I have beforo mo H. R. 15774 passed by tho last Congress, being an act providing for tho expenso of the DIs- trlct of Columbia for tho year end-- . ing June 30, 1917, In which tho government and the District share equally. This bill shows seven Institutions as follows, whose olllcers from superintendent to common servant, nro paid from tho Treasury and aro public Institutions pure and . slmplo: Board of Children's .Guar$13,430.00 dians SolHomo for C.940.00 diers aud Sailors Homo for Aged and In- 10,292.00 llim 14,330.00 House of Detention 4,190.00 Municipal Lodging Huso. . . 40,000.00 For new ono Tuberculosis Hospital... 19,800.00 Washington Asylum and 30,210.00 Jail . y London, Oct. 11. The morning newspapers publish in conspicuous places the official order denying to the International News Service further uso of the Official Press Bureau and the use of cables and all other facilities for transmission of news because of Its "garbling of messages and breach of faith." The order appears under such headings as "No British News for Hearst," "News Made in America," and "American Agency's Garbling of Messages." In an extended editorial the Times says: American Press Praled. "While we rejoice that our Gov ernment has inflicted proper punishment upon an unscrupulous news agency, we trust that the measures taken will not be regarded by tho people of this country as involving any slur upon tho character and conscientiousness of the United States press as a whole. The reputation of the great majority of American journals for fairness and honesty stands above reproach and it has again and again been vindicated during the war. We Imagine, indeed, that the American press and public will be grateful to the British authorities for having punished wrongdoers and especially for having made public the grounds for the action taken. of accurate "The dissemination news Is at all times a matter of high Importance. We trust our authorities will extend their laudable energy In other directions also and visit with similar punishment any other news agencies or Journals which may be convicted of publishing garbled Intelligence from this country." ALLEGED BOYD COUNTY COUNTERFEITER ARRESTED Danville, Ky Oct. 11. Following tho selzuro today of a comploto counterfeiting outfit, P. II. Floyd, of Junctioir City, was placed under arrest on a charge of coining spurious In default of $1,000 half dollars. bond, Floyd was sent to jail at to avait trial. An Investigation was instituted by Loulsvillo secret eorvlco agunts following reports that spurious half dollars were in cli dilation in uud about Danville. When Floyd's home, the old Springs Hotel, was searched, moulds for half dollars, quarters and dimes' woro found. Ho denied ho had made uny counterrott coins. pov-lugtLln-nlot- ta .... last night. Tho Christian Kuudsen, Norwegian freighter, torpodoed nnd sunk near where tho Bloomersdljk went down. Crew picked up by destroyers. Tho vessel sailed from New York Saturday for London. Tho sensation created yosterday quietly slipped' Into when the Newport harbor and as quietly sllpp-- I oil away threo hours later was less than tho shock In shipping circles when wireless reports of submarluo attacks began to come itito tho naval radio stations Just before noon today. Within a fow minutes the air was, literally charged with electricity as wireless mossages of warning wcro broadcasted along tho coast. U-- Kino Tobacco Crop. ..- - A total of $144,282.00 Public Jtuiul WoiKIiik. On Tuesday und Wednesday, Oct 24 and 2G, Jbo peoplo ou the south- Tho October crop roport Issued Wednesday by Commissioner of Agriculture Mat S. Cohen, chronicles a remarkably good tobacco crop, with livestock and pasture lu generally good condition uml the potato crop below avorngo. Mrs. Potter Injured. Mrs. Lydla Potter, of Hartford, huppeued to a very painful accident on last Mouday evening in her room at tho home of Mr. E. T. Williams. Whllo tn u swoon or fainting spell she fell to tho floor breaking a thigh bono, The accident is the more serious, considering Mrs. Pot-tqr- 's ago, which is near 77. UNPRECEDENTED FEAT IN With all these public institutions TELEGRAPHIC TRANSMISSION for tho care of indigents, do you sco ern sldo of tho county will dovoto tho need of tho government paying their time, teams :nul tools to imthe great Roman Catholic Provldonco proving tho road for two or three Now York, Oct. 9. An unprecedented feat In telegraphic transmis- Hospital tho sura of $1GS, 127.00 In miles from Borah's Ferry to tho end of the now plko towurds, Beaver sion was acoinpllsicd by tho traffic tho year 1907? InDam. This section has been surveyTrue, his list of department of tho Associated Press today when ono operator, sitting In stitutions which Includes tho above ed by tho State engineer and ulV tho stand at tho Brave's field, at public ones, Is correct, except, tho work done these two days will be of Hospital, much usslstanco to tho county and Boston, flashed tho story of tho sec- Georgetown University ond wbrld's series gamo over 18,000 jvhlcu Is Roman Catholic and draws hasten the tlmo when It can bo piky miles of leased wlro reaching raoro $6,000.00 tn tho above bill, but not ed. It Isexpected tha't tho Loans wanted In Muhleuberg, Mcwill be cleared and fencing set offices a single ono of them Is operated by than 300 Associated Press a protectant church of any kind nnd back before that day. This Is ono Lean, Daviess, Webster, Butler and and newspapers, direct, without 1 real west to thoro Is no such Institutions support- of tho most Importaut roads In tho Ohio counties on good The circuit extended county, being made 40 feet wide and estnto for S years. ed by tho government. San Francisco, as far north as W. II. PARKS. ' Everybody Invlt- I havo gotten my Information only with easy grades. nnd as far south as New Haxtford, Ky. GOtffrom tho Congressional Record and Jcd to , ic right-of-waro-la- y. first-classDu-lut- h, - U and I Just turned him out to die each stile. In many dugouts a sec" 'Sco here, Jim, you don't mean or two staircases, lead OLD MULE STORY GERMAN TREHCHES ond stlrcase, .... vri.l ... .w. mn nftnt 1ina wtrlfttfl fri ,- -.. .. , in tnll to a lower floor sometimes thirty or all these years as hard as ho has, forty feet bolow the trench level. HELPS PREACHERS you'd turn htm down in his old age? passages and LIKE HOME All of theso stair-caseWhy, Jim, no Christian would act rooms are, In the best speclmes, that way.' complete! lined with wood anil as His Wife Who Availed. fully strigthcned as the entranco oh) nou ckowk mouniiT ro.v- - "That was putting it pretty strong. ALLILS WONUKK AT LL'XCItV stair-cas- e already described. TiunrrioxH khom .mihnouJim's conscience began to work. FOUND IV KNHSIV'S UNDKIU All the Comfort of Home. iti MirriionisTS. (JU(HNI) DWKMiINOS. Seemed like he'd been pretty mean In one typical dugout each section to that old mule. He thought he'd of a pldtooti had its nlloted placen go to tho house nnd ask his wlfo for messing and sleeping, Its own OUT BY OWNER about It. place for parade in a passage, and TURNED EQUIPMENT ELABORATE Its own emergency exit to the trench. " 'Jim,' she said, red hot, 'you don't moan to tell me you turned old In another, used as a hospital for Illll Crow out In tho cold" after the dealing immediately with the wound Ilcv. II. 11. Cooper Hlectrlc Miilil.", Shower lUtlw And ed, the first floor underground has a How Tlio way he's worked for you all these ml nn Illustration Thnt Ileal Beds "Pound In Captured years! I'm ashamed of you!' j large reception hall,, dressing room, Ktrurk Home. ItatrcnrlmiciiN. "That settled It. What the misand large operating room.wlth , bath sus said was the law with Jim, who An adequate; heating apparatus. felt so mean and ornery at the way easy stair-cas- e leads down to sevenMacon, Mo. The story of nn old he treated old illll Crow that he British Tommies anil French pol- teen other rooms, accommodating mule, related with sneaked out of tho house, hunted up itic In the advance on the Scimme thirty-tw- o patients. , pathos by the Kev. II. U. Cooper, Is thu old mule, begged Its pardon nnd ItaTo had much the same sensation cap- A most elaborate dugout was said to bo largely responsible for the brought It back to the barn, where In occupying German trenches that ftured near Manietz, designed to ntlf nnlirllif- - nf rmif rlliiitlnnta an Kast side hovel dweller would house a whole company of 300 men Jim saw to it that ecr after It was 200 00O funi, for .,, bmm well fed and cared for. a IUverside Driva It contained kitchens, -provision and! (oliirto in entering in superannuated ministers ot tne , "Now, folks," Mr. Cooper would mansion. munition storerooms, a well, a forge. as far separate engine, room and dynamo, lighting Missouri Methodist Conference and say, driving homo the lesson, "don't The conditions are for widows of Methodist clorgymen. you think that nn old, white-haire- d as the Polos. On the allied side are the whole place with electricity. Five or six years ago Mr. Coop- j man who has labored for jou maybu dugouts, mere holes delv miserable, possible for the comfort of to raise $100,000 for fifty or sixty years or more laugh ed or burrowed in the ground. The tho men and officers as well as the er started out The sum, if ed when you laughed, suffered when bare earth; expediences of war was provided for tho purpose indicated. floors and walls are the the beds are heaps of straw; candles In the officers' quarters ojf the vari- raised, was to be so Invested that It you suffered comforted the sick, give a moagro light; boxes for seats, ous captured dugouts have, been would take care of the ministers ministered to the widow and the orwhose days of labor were over. Some phan, pointed tho way to the glory if the occupants are lucky; every- found h mirrors, comfortadamp, miserable. There ble bedsteads, cushioned armchairs, laughed at the Idea of raising such world us the sands of life were ebbthing dank, Mr. Continr s.ilil It ing k large sum. don't you think n man who hns is even less comfort than the cave book-case- s I" o and pictures. couI(1 ,10 done. as so done all this has- - earned at your The board men of old kad. room B"ad unitary paper lnedmuch ntc, hands his keep in the twilight of his that t On the German side are luxurious tho wall and the present English oc- tQ flnBncal ahcad am, long useful life?" allied and, to the minds of the cupant Is convinced by clrcumst.ui sybaritic underground dwell- tlal evidence that his predecessor liv- try. Yc.ir. ings. Hoofs, walls, floors and stair- ed there with his wlfo and child. Studied Tho Situation Along'.' Mr fnnnnr linil tmiir Iwimi nn .mi- - Should Sloan's Liniment fio cases of neat timber, sanitary wall Clearly there was no expectation of Of course It should! I'or nftor a ersetc nnd 8Uccessful m,nlster. and paper, shower baths, electric light- an early move. at times held appointments as pre- - strenuous day when your muscles ing, real bods and, in the officers'' LmNh INo of siding elder. He knew the people have been exercised to the limit nn rooms, arm chairs with nice, soft Other German trench works show of Missouri. Before accepting the application of Sloan's Liniment will books, dress- the same lavish use of labor as the cushions, book-caseappointment he had studied tho mat- tako the soreness nnd stiffness nway ing tables, pictures on the wall in dugouts. In the old German front and get you in fine shape . for the fact, all the comforts of garrison trench south of La Bolsselle an en- ter carefully and decided Just how morrow. You should also use it for peace time. It Is no wonder trance like that of a dugout leads to he would go about it. Instead of life in using in his address tho (lowers of a sudden attack of toothache, stiff that in entering these " underground a Bight of twenty-fou- r stairs, all well neck, backache, stints, bites and the was a chorus of finished. At their foot a landing speech, he decided he would present many mansions there accidents that nre Incidental to Mini Iila nririifiipMt In n nnr:ihlf-nfi- n "Blime mc's" and "MonDlcus" from three feet square opens on Its fur- vould strlke hoiue That u (1d n vacation. "We would as soon leave and pollus. the astonished Tommies ther side upon a nearly vertical suaii. our baggage as to go on a vacation To the officer's mind It was an In- Descending this by a ladder of thir strike home Is amply evidenced by " the remarkable reports Mr. Cooper or camp without Sloan's Liniment In dication of German confidence o rungs, you find a second land- -' li.nq nrp4nntp! nt pnrh nuniinl mppt- - Writes ono vacationist: "We use It holding tho Western front indefinite- lng like the first, opening on a con-- , , two for everything from cramps to toothof th(j confcrenco. ly. tinuation of the shaft. Down this a ,ifl had tho ?100(000 for Ue ,,, ache." Put a bottle in your bag, be The German front in the West is ladder of sixty rungs brings you to 2 prepared and havo no regrets. The bonrd was so Wl, like one huge btraggllng village built the starting point ot an almost . It ,nt ,lIn, mm , r,isp .9tInpH underground and strung along a straight level funnel three feet wide Bee Hellees In Kllleienry. road 300 miles long. These troglo-dytic- and about five feet high, cut, another hundrcd thoUBand . ,.. Farm aud Fireside, the national M, !. i.ivi; vaiiivii ttiiLu it j houses and they are real through pure, hard chalk. It ends Coppw hag heard tho mu,o 8t(jry am, farm paper, says: houh'js of one or two floors are built In a blank wall. "The ant takes rank over the hongomo ,mve cr,ed oyer u when th to certain official designs and drawn lint Are They As Healthy? eybee In Scriptural commendation as 1Icaton. the out in sertlou and plan. It is admitted that without doubt, a hustler, but the modern specializn, v"Mii ,i m'i j v tunv anus The main entrance from the trench the overhead strength of German Down amid the roots of the cot- - ed bee directs his activities into comthrough a steel dugouts keep down casualties during lovel is frequently of Auilral county sleeps mercial channels in a way that leaves door of a pattern apparently stan- bombardment, and sometimes enables tm an animal of the type which has the ant way behind. Prof. M. B. may come dardized, so that hundreds tho Germans to bring up unsuspected Walte, Undo Sam's beo chief, covfrom the factory on one order and forces to harass the allied troops in made Mibbouri famous. Tor thirty ered 2.5SG npple flowers with gauze missing parts be easily replaced. The the rear with machine gun and rifle years that old mule had labored in .season and out, rain and shine, hot netting before they unfolded, and profusely timbered doorway is made fire when a charge has carried the secured only three apples from the to their measure. There is a typi- men past an uncleared enemy dug- or cold, and then entered Into its experiment. Other apple blossoms, rest. cal touch or German orderliness and out. On the other hand, it is conMr. Cooper had been on his tour on which bees worked unhindered, in the perforated sheets cleanliness tended that if the advance is made set a normal quantity of fruit." of iron outside these doors so that good, every German left in a dugout several mouths before he heard about nnd thnt in nl I' Up Invpstlrj.'iteil scrape their feet of tho the men may will be either a dead man or a pris- - ,oarned tt the facta When You Tuke Cold. Thcn ho toU, trench mud beforo entering. oner- With the average man a cold Is the story that brought the contrlbu- (light ot from twelve to Inside, a The German dugouts admittedly ,, a berious matter and should not bo thirty-si- x steps leads down at an give more protection to the men in "Brother Jim Jones was a Meth- trifled with, as some of the most of the stairs and The treads bad weather than do the French or comthe descending roof of the staircase English ones. On the other hand, odist of the old school," he would dangerous diseases start with a begin, "always at his place in church, mon cold. Take Chamberlain's mining frames of are formed of there is nothing to show that the ready to shout, sing or pray with Cough Remedy and get rid ot your stout timber with double top sills. d German army gains more The walls arc of thick planks, notch- by relative immunity from rheuma-- j the best of them. He never cheat- cold as quickly as possible. You arc ed In a horse trade, never lied about not experimenting when you use this ed at tho top and bottom to fit the tism and bronchitis than It loses In the quality of his dogs, and was al- - remedy, as it has been in use for strengthened with iron .... way frames, and .t 1.....I.1. nH.l .rllnl.- way8 hfmest wUh hlg ,legllbor8 and many years and has an established me uo.u. au oi ruuning from top to bottom Ity through Kuurai In troglodytlcal life. AlJong h,3 Btock wng Q,d reputation. It contains no opium or wooden England troops have better health in h,s God "of the stairs; and with thick everyObtainable Bm Crow R bJack mu,0 near,y ft other narcotic. struts at right angles to these. At tents than in huts, and better health m third of a century old HIs servIce where a tunnelled cor- In tho foot of tho stairs huts than In billets, and It Is con- a,most ag ,ong ag h,s years ridor runs straight forward for any- tended that the close underground had been Looking For Trouble. thing up to fifty yards, and out of it villages of the Germans yield higher 0n(J mornlng r,rother Jones hltclled tQ th(J p,ow an, Btarted If you ure ono of those foolish open rooms and minor passages on figures of general sickness than tho Dm Crow up acrogg tne fleld souls who look tor trouble, make up .. .GU apJ, ga', simpler, shallower, more airy trench your mind at once. to right about face Brother Jones, shelters of the aUles. j .,m Crow dld.t )ovo Ho JuHt and look in the opposite direction rt turned his head and looked kinder from now on. Despondency. n,ournrui at llla bo8Si and tlien ad It is a good tiling to remember that When you feel discouraged and down l8 worUlng days wcro ovcr, nlmost everything reaches Its greatdespondent do not give up but take Urother Jonea bau. thnt becauso t est value In anticipation pleasure a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets and WM th(J flrst Umo Dn, Crow ,,ad aud trouble alike, pulu and (TUlglit us you aro almost certain to feel all ovcr rofused t0 movo whuIl conl. well. right within a day or two. Despon- - Inandcd no wcnt up am, ,ookeU Worrjing about things doesn't , dency Is very often due to Indlges-lUo tU(J mulo8 oyc3 an(, MW tears make them one hit easier to bear tion and blllousnoss. for which these n m know , Crow bad but Instead weakous ono's powers of . ..... ,. ,,.. b t , ,, tablets aro especially valuable. Ob- - . endurance aud moans that u certain m Nearly tnliiable everywhere. Made .hatel to quit. Thoro was no help amount of energy which ought to bo "0- a Pound for it, nnd so ho turned tho old mule expended In the actual mooting ot i John V;inum.ikcr on Ailveitiaiiijr. out In the woods to dlo. situation has been wasted In planBy Feeding Liquid Stock Feed Hit MuKcs Kiist Appeal. ning how to moot It. John Wanamnkor the man who Mr Hugh I. Johnson, of Lewis-pormade retail advertising famous, and The troublo for which ono looks "Thftt night Urothur Jones' boy Ky.. wiltes that ho producod very otrSn fall to nrrlve but'lti tholr tho man who was made famous b; ll Joe caiue to hi in nnd said: nearly cents pork this Huuimor at " Tap, what'o jou dono Willi old aloud comes others which It takon advcrtlilnu stulea: par pound by feuding Glenmoro Liquid Stock Feed, lloro'a his all of one's strength to bear al tho "Our little allowance ot advertis- Bill Crow?' loiter. ing money went to the novpaper "'Vby turn, ho fell down at Iho moment ot their coming. Isn't it - plow then, as It goes nearly altogether thin mornluK, and so I turned tragically foolish then that ono bit CleninoVa Distilleries Co., duy, beoaiiho if I ever have u mouient bim out to dlo. Gihmu Ms working of bi length mid force should Iinvo Ou iisIkiio, Ky. (Iimtlenipir for discovering It will he for find duy aroovor.' beon wasted in linngltiliig how one I lmu Just rumpleted the fatten-- I " 'Vou turned old Bill Crow out to would ouduro an uupftabunt sot of lng out that tho only ad vor lining ot obtain-m- l tig of a bunch of lions and tint fulluwlnx ivhuIU) with tliu direct arid instant benefit to both die?' situations which one never hud to una uf uur Lluiild Htoik Knil p lniKH lit thu atari .mil 88 1 liml 'Wlij, auru; he ain't no good an endure'' merchant and customer Ib In the Ikhjh ut the llnlxh. Thu finlliiK newspaper. All others aro vanity mur.' Tho girl who Is doomed to spond imrioii ran fur 21 iliy. UuiIiik hi) pound whli.)i HtriB I of urn of spirit. To have, " 'But, seo huro, pap; tilu't ho been her summer In tho city Is vory llko-l- y and vexation pnr il y ami l')0 harmls of LUiuhl hl.rf.li i'ft'il. thu (din (uatliiK tXiM lourued tliui fact has greatly lialped working all his life for you?' lo wonder with belf pity how sho Hll.l th Liquid Stock JVeil Ul 0. my enturprhse.." Team Work. He sure has, son, and ho yorU- - Is going to got through tho long, hot, I Hhuned On thu (iiitliu lot of lui,'H u total khIii of 2135 pounds, ur hi lonoly days und'tho sultry uneventful ed good, too.' IhiuiiiIs per iJ ly. tiMklnt,' that .... ... , .... i. my pork at exactly ?1 20 A"" ou Koi" io ciiurcu over.v evenings. Then perhaps a cold, Look flood I'oel flood. over 2c per pound. singlu 'I Want to Bo laluy summer arrives where she has Yuiim ver truly, No ono am either feed good nor Sunday and a HUGH I JU1INSON. Angel?" l'ap, do jou reckon un to ondur an entirely different sot of look good while suffering from con-- ; stlpatlon. Got rid of that tired, 'angol would treat old Bill Crow that conditions from tho ono ubout which " Writo us for prices und special sho was worrying. draggy, lifeless feollng by a treat- - way?' rates on ull railroads. Vou will passed by where It Is a good idea to remember that "A neighbor King's Now Life l'ills. ment of Dr. want thlu food for your hogs. wo Buy a box today, tako ono or two Brother Jones wus plowing with a nothing Is vory serious and that give things a value and Importance, ' morning thatH now horse. . ' In tho Glenmore Distilleries Co. pills " 'What y.oa done with old Bill hopelessly beyond tho!rhctual gravstuffed, dull teellng Is gone and you Incorporated neighbor asked." ity. feel better at onco. 25c dt your Crow, Jim?' the Owcniboro, Ky. lu looking back ovcr thu events ot Ob, he played out t'other day dj. .,..... , JU q fc fc V ( JUST s, 1 3fc SEE OUR NEW $ 1 Dl-rr- n- PALL GOODS NOW ON DISPLAYS g ft , J i I i ..... ... i Hub Clothing Co. J HARTFORD, KY. : I arorosssTOVOT'SS&itWsst : I X full-lengt- i sol-dlu- rt, m(, ) Wagons! "Wagons! ft Wagons! i Before you buy you should examine our hand made lUrni wagons. They run lighter, are made of llm i'(irv Imct. him litrtu ...... 1'is.t .... .w..& ..... Mini ...v (hi- loiicmi llinn, imv i ..j '""J WHO machine made wagon you can buy no matter what ; 1 JL - -- s, 1 liinf nnd U- pairing, especially thu hard jobs tho other fellow can't do. V ulsn dn nil kinds (C UhicL-qnii- t X t i ty-tw- We also make a specialty of Horseshoeing earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Respect full nnd' ; ,,. ., yours, al .,. A..B. Row 6c Son j Centertown, Ky. Ihirty-hv- o ,..,, years experience m the shop. . "" Hi IB Iest located school If you desire IS (Incorporated) 1 Located - . easy-angle- OWENSBORO. KY in western Kentucky. half-burle- in u manufacturing town where you do not have to seek a position; where the position seeks you. tie-ro- J J to work and attend school, write us. We are in a position to get yon work whilo you are in . school thus assisting you in paying your way. Hooray For Mr. Johnson Pork at 2c 12 ' WE TEACH GRKGG SHORTHAND, TWENTIETH BOOKKEEri-NG, I Commercial Arithmetic, Rapid Com-- f ,, t i Calculation, Business Correspondence, English, mercial Law, Spelling, Business writing. I'enman&hip, Type- - j nr.'i. Wine .... r.... :,r. .... ... us iur i... i uuiiiui iiuui uiiuiuii. o i t, re-lu- t- fl , I 1 -- kt. running to meot troit-luwho docs not smile at month something which thou seemed ory Porspcctlvo chaugos the agonizing? appearance ot things greatly. An emotional naturo oxaggorntos things filghtfully nt the actual tlmo of their Tho poised and balanchappening. ed naturo doesn't make the blunder of taking its own pleasures or Its It knows own sorrows too seriously. that nothing lasts but llfo is change and llux and alterations. Slnco this Is so, why ngoulzo ovor somothlng today which doesn't seem vory important tomorrow, Bpoclally so slnco you only wear yourself out und leave yourself unablo to contend with tomorrow's situation? None of us havo any inoro than Just u certain amount of vital energy at a given moment. What's the uso of borrowing tomorrow's store In order to meet today's events? Whut is tho use of st hie half way whdi troublo would probably nrrivo soon enough without invitation or oiicouragoment? Mercifully wo all havo it within us to forgot. Wounds heal. Memory shrouds pain with a kindly mist of tlmo. Tho sane person docs not anticipate too much of Joy or too much of sorrow. But ho remembers both with a wise und tolerant smtlo rathor than .with feelings either of ecstacy or agony. Boatrlco Fulrfax in Memphis Commercial Appeal. CASTOR I A , For Infants and Children Always bears Signature of In Use For Over 30 Yea r - . CiasfZc&At V S30BT tfASrfC, SUBMARINE VISITS Prince Albert gives l'KetCoTilcntalSPlddDraiAiri -- h nrir'iri smokers such delight, because its flavor is so different and so THE UNITED STATES IJ I 1 1 Kg 111 CJKKMAX t'NDKItSHA PMiliTKR PITS IN AT NKWI'OHT T M.Aiii m:tti:ic. 'VAU-- : ii II Will For Infants and Childron. delightfully good ; it can't bite your tongue; it can't parch your throat ; you can smoke it as long and as hard as you like without any comeback but real tobacco hap piness! On the reverse side of every Prince Albert package you will read : " PROCESS PATENTED JULY 30th, 1007" en- joyment. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality I That means to you a lot of tobacco Fringe Albert the national joy smoke y'OU'LL, CntrrliMltil kj K J Reynold, in goodness and in pipe satisfaction is all we or its enthusiastic friends ever claimed for it It answers every smoke desire you or any other man ever had! It is so cool and fragrant and appealing to your smokeappetite that you will get chummy with it in a mighty short' time! ! find m cheery iodydo on tap no much of a stranger you are in the neck of the wood you drop into For, Prince Albert i right there at the tt rat place you pan that telln tobacco The toppy red bag metl for a nickel and the tidy red tin tor a atme, then there m the nana- mome pound and tin pound humidor a and th erytal-glanhumidor with apon&e'moiitener top that keeps the to bacco in nueh bang-utrim TOBACCO IS' PREPARED' FOR SMOKERS UNDERTHE PROCESS DISCOVERED IN MAKING EXPERIMENTS iwMm TO PRODUCE THE MOSTlDELIGHTFUL AND WHOLE;-- H SOME TOBACCO FOR CIG- - -1 ARET&flOgERSL PROCESS PATENTED, Newport, It. I Oct. 7. Seventeen days from Wllhcltnsliavcn,' the German submarine dropped anchor in Newport harbor Almost before the officers of tbo American fleet of warships, through which the Btraager had nosed her way, had recovered from their astonishment, the undersea fighter had delivered a message for the German Ambassador, and, weighing anchor, tnrncd Urenton's Ileef lightship and disappeared beneath the waves Just Inside the three-mil- e limit. As she camo and went, sh Hew the black and white colors of the German navy, a gun was mounted on the forward deck and another nft, while eight torpedoes, plainly visible under the forward deck, gave mute assurauce that the warship wan ready for a fight. Lieut. Capt. Hans Hos, who hung up a new world's record In bringing an armed submarlno In battlo array across the Atlantic, said that he had called at Newport simply to mall n letter to Count von Hernstorff. He required neither provisions nor fuel and would be on his way, he said, long before tho twenty-fou- r hours during which a belligerent ship may remain within a neutral harbor had expired. 3, ICSTORK AiconoL.- - a I'nii - Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of ( sirailaliiiSlucroodananrfiiu AegctnwciTCMiuiiyn.u"' w' ff (V TV a" SM Bra?7fYXT571 nm.gu wf i PromolcsDitolioaC Not Nakc otic. ckk:k " LOSSOFSttW. jacSimncSigato5.o Tu'ScErMrnTcoiiwsv; J LW Use ni X PVYl For Over c Thirty Year & JULY3OTri907i, ' t Exact Copy of Wrapper. RJ.fUVfilMoMoCONPAHY1 ,H VihSTOHSw.M.HC.USA;lt NOTICE. ' THc centaur company, ncwtomkcitv. 1 DOES NOT BITE THEJOHGUE, HI , 9 Will you invest 5c or R. 10c to prove out our say-s- o on the national joy smoke? J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Sale- N. C t the revere lida of the, Princ Albert tidy red tin. Read thU "Patented Process" message to. you and reatit e what it means ' In making Prince Albert ao much to your hktnf. TM GAME WARDENS GET LOADS OF FISR NETS Dl'MIKi: ni'l-'U'K- IXfJ I'AltTV THAT IIOIIS !?:,- 0110 DA.MACi:. with k.ii- - About $.1,000 worth of fish nets and seines were destroyed by five deputies from the olllce of tho Kenat tucky Fish and Game Warden, Frankfort, Ky., during a raid which covered mora than 200 miles on tho Hhores of Green Illver last week. The raid ended yesterday morning at the mouth of Green Kivcr, about niuo miles from Kvansvllle, Ind. Five men, J. H. l'lttman, of Ky., M. M. Uudolph, Greenville, Slurgls, Ky.; Dr. Leslie Ulchey, Glasgow, Ky.; C. L. Wedding, Dundee, Ky., and Wade F. Hichardson. Louisville, ull deputy game wardens, KUtliurcd at Mammoth Cave last Tuesday morning, where they prepared jjor tho btart. They had a motor-boa- t, Tho Gypsy. Karly Tuesday thoy net out In the boat for their trip down Green Hlvor. Covering both aides of tho shore tho men" bearched for nets and Virtues. Upon finding these articles tho deputies drove tho boat to tho Hhore and built fires with them. Most of their work in destroying tho nets and seines was carried on at night and several times tho deputies hud thrilling experiences. Once during a raid on n fishing camp in which there were Bovcral hundreds of dollars worth of the fishing tackle, tho deputies said they had to draw guns to got to tholr boat. At Spottsvlllo, a village near the mouth of Green Illver, word had been sent before them to fishermen, uml the deputies missed destroying u large number of seines and nets. During tho raid they estimated that nets und sclnos wero about 300 burned. Carload In Pond HU'er. On Pond Hlver, a branch of Green Hlver, near Calhoun, Ky., more than a freight carload of nets wero Tho deputies will contluuo with their work of destroying nets, und next week, it Is understood, will All streams Hoarch tho Ohio Illver. and rivers throughout tho Stato will be searched, tho deputies said. Wholesale violations of the gamo and IIbu law resulted in tho raid. Tho law provides that fishing with nels or seines is contrary to tho Htatute, and fishing can bo dono only with hooks and linos or whhap-paratu- s with hooks attached. Two years ugo tho deputies, In a raid covering hundreds of miles, burned more than 800 nets or wines. Inventions, Invenf Kvory day soino ijueer nttw do nil tion Is mudo to help puoplo norts of things. A novel machlna look IHio a carpet swoopqr for tho Noi-iiiji- I lawn. It can bo run over the grass it Just like n lawn mower, and brushes up all tho scattered leaves and twigs exactly as a carpet sweeper brushes the carpet. Another useful thing reported Is a saw mill run by the wind. On the shore of San Francisco liny, whore there Is much driftwood, a man has rigged up a wooden wheel made with the vanes or wings set at an angle, as Is neon tu any modern windmill. Tbo strong winds keep it going quite steadily, nnd runs a little saw, which cuts the driftwood up Into Then good lengths for fireplaces. the man sells it, for people like to burn driftwood and see tho brilliant colors green and red nnd blue that come out where tho salt has acted on tho rusty nails nnd tho rust spots In the watersoaked wood. Why Kmluro Summer Colds? CIGAHS AUK SAMPTiKD HV MKCHAXICAL DKVICK s, but when and It comes to smoking cigars to determine their uniform burning, their ash color and the aroma of the smoke tho human element Is entirely machines dispensed with machines thnt can smoke four cigars nt once and never smoke themselves to death are used. These are of two kinds. Tho cigar buyers use a simple blower outfit nnd the Uureau of Plant Industry of the Department of Agriculture tests Its tobacco leaf with an aspirator and siphon apparatus. ( When tho buyers como to New York for their season's supply of tobacco they tako the blower machine with them, and after selecting certain qualities of tobacco have cigars made up on tho spot, connect tho blower to nn ordinary lamp socket. The, way the cigar burns, tho color of 1st ush and the aroma of tho smoke ire Indications as to tho quality and desirability of that certain brand. Tho Bureau of Plant Industry has an interest in tobacco entirely different from the cigar buyer. It is endeavoring to improvo tobacco by a scientific study of different brands. To ollnilnato the personal equation In smoking and to secure uniform of conditions the bureau has a unlquo apparatus for testing tho turning quality or cigars. The "pull" on the cigar Is secured by means of an as- plrator, which is filled by a continu ous inflow of water and emptied at regulur Intervals by a siphon. Tho "pull" occurs at Intervals of thirty seconds, and continues for u period Tho apparatus of ten seconds. smokes four clgurs of the perfecto typo lu about thirty minutes. There aro several eloments which go to mako up a good or had burn, chief of which ore the capacity for holding fire, tho evenness of tho burn, tho color of tho ush and its firmness, tho' coaling or carbonization, nnd tho "puckering" of the leaf Immediately In advance of tho burning zone of the cigar. Tho final test of any cigar tobacco must, of co.urse, rest in the smoking of tho manufactured cigar, but, while this gives a direct means of determining tho character of the ash, It does not furnish accurate information as to tho evenness of tho bum or tho capacity of anyone of tho components used In tho experiment. Tests have been made using different fillPopuers with the samo wrappers. lar Mechanics. silk-feelercigar-smokiflre-holdl- There aro s, perfume-smelle- rs Ohio Circuit Court. Myrtle Smith, Admrx., Pl'ff. Vs. Notice. John G. Smith, et al., Defts. All To whom It may concern: persons, partnerships or corporations having claims against the estate of C. M. Smith, deceased, are hereby notified to present the same to me at my olllce In Hartford, Ky , properly verified, on or before the first day of, November, 191G. All claims not presented will be considered barred. I will be at my office each day to receive, audit and hear proof on said claims. Witness my hand this the 27th day of September, 1916. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit 13t3 Court. Starck Pianos No Money inAdvnuce SufiHfuc-(io- n ranteed LowctiiNet Fnct"-- Gua- Prions TcrxnH Eafi..j( A. S200Fac From fory Direct Saving oi SlOO to ia mi-i- 'Asked Papa To Whip Him. young lady, her cheeks flushed with indignation and her eyes flashing fire, burst In upon her parents and demanded lu no uncertain terms that papa immediately go and lick a certain smart young man In this town. "Why, papa, he flirted with Ho asked, 'which way, little me! A In your beautiful Piano for 30 (lavs' free Wo will ship you home. No caph payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, use piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not nnd It tne and test this highest grade sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you have ever eeen foi the money, you are at perfec liberty to send It back, and we will. In that eent, pay the freight both ways. T j Starck Piano must make good with you. or more is no saie. . l,b;. C'CtGot rrft 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL '. a Starck trial. P I A. STARCK PRESIDENT "MLa-a- ltZ- Save SI59.00 or More Easy Payments It isn't necessary to have a stuffed head, running nose. To cough your head oft as It wero. All you need do Is to use Dr. Hell's Tho soothing and healing balsams open the clogged air passages and In a short time you get rellt--f and start on tho road to recovery. Your noso stops running, you cough lees nnd you know you nro getting better. Get a bottle, use as directed. Keep what is left us a cough and cold Insur2 ance. Double Proof. A tramp knocked at a farmer's for something to ! door and called cat. "Aro you a Christian?" asked tho country man. d "Can't you tell?" answered the man. "Look at the holes worn In tho knees of my pants. What do good-hearte- they prove?" promptly wife Tho farmer's brought out the food, and tho tramp turned to go. "Well! Well!" asked the farmer. "What made thoso holes In tho back of your pants?" "Backsliding-,replied the tramp as ho hurried on. Christian Herald. . - Tho Way They Do It. First Councilman Hero's a one?' and offered to follow me. I want him whipped. Oh, if I were only a man!" Mamma naturally .got dad's hat and told him where the lay hidden away. But papa didn't tako tho hint. "Daughter," ho said, calling the girl to his side, "no one on this earth is more Interested in you than your old dad. No ono quicker to riso to your defense. But listen. This very Interest lias led me to study you, and this is what I havo learned. "You go down the street very scantily dressed. You apparently deliberately expose as much of your person us is necessary to appeal to the carnal Instinct of a man. Your lovely neck, a largo portion Of your breast, your arms and by no means of a short nnd trans-- , parent hoso, a goodly share of your lower limbs are exposed to view. "That part or your body that Is at all partly covered is clothed in a way that every curve and angle Is out In bold relief. Then when you pass a man or group of men, you glgglo, toss your head and perhaps remark to your girl companion 'that this old town is the slowest town that you over saw.' And It some, man challenges you, you want him shot." Moral Don't advertise unless jou are willing to deliver the goods. Olivia Times. We fMp direct to you from our factory, prices that taveyou upward! of $150.00 in ha cost ol Jour piano. We guarantee to furnish )ou b"ttir piano for the money than you can secure rtmvhitc. You nrc imuro! of receiving a Ktlifactory meet toned durahle htgli grade piano. it est. easkst terms ecr suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit your romcnUnce, and it s possible for you tn buy a phino for your home, without miss.ig the money. . , ot trial, jou can begin payment on the low. Toil pay no cash down, but attcr 30 days OR.V (itzcrnnfna 2nd-Hand Piano is guaranteed for 25 yrara. This guarant- "- hi banc of it our 35 yrara of place experience, and the reputation of nn old cstatilWu-d- , rcpcniiLlo piano bouse. Etctt Stank Bargaint i.kn 50 Free Music Lessons To cv(ry purchaser of Starck Pianos, e ghe free mufcic in one of in tie best known schools you Chicago. Thee lwmi ran take in your own home, hy mail. Thi represents cne jur'i five instruction. Wc have conitanlly on hand Tar numb ot (liahtly used and second hand pianos of all in ex rtamlird makes change for new Starck rianos The follow, and Player-Pianoirg are a few carr-pl- e bargains: Weber Steinway Chickering Kimball Starck $110.00 02.00 90.03 95.00 195.00 bargain littA Btarck rlayer.TMan'n sre the bet and mnt beautier -- o ths PI'- ful market, mu win te lighted with the man? exclusive features of these wonderful instruments, and will be pleased with the prices at which lery I they can be secured. 0 diarcn Piaya?PiaMt 4 Piano Book Free Send for our latest complete P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., in 13 starck mac., Send today for our new beautifully illustrated piano book which gives you a large amount of information regarding pianos. This book will Interest and please you. Write today. cdicago THOS. E. MOggi and Plasterer, ecorator Contractor. Lifetime experience with best of workmen, and can I give any reference desired. Call mo on Hartford $ t Mill Co., 'plione, or address me at Hartford. Ky. ') j ! flne-lookl- t Second Ditto You'ro right. What's tho best thing to do with It? "Let's huvo It dug up for" a sow"Hut wouldn't It he proper to pave It first?" "Of course; 1 thought you would understand that. Then, after It Is paved and a druln put In we'll have It repaved." "All In readiness to bo dug up I see you again for the gas pIpoV tho principles of municiunderstand pal economy. And after wo have had It repaired for ho becond time, then street. er." "Well, then, It will ho ready for widening. There's nothing I adiulro so much ns system In the euro anil Navy York I to have a Improvement of our ruadwaya." to qost 116,000,000, UulWtln. Ileal Ettatt whut?" How Catarrh is Contracted. Mothers are sometimes so thought- We Knock the Spots Out of Things less as to neglect the colds which their children contract. The Inflammation of the mucus membrane, at first acute, becomes chronic and tho child has chronic catarrh, a dlseaso French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a that Is seldom cured and that, may Superior Manner. Many perprove u life's 'burden. Send ub jour Garments and Have dissons who havo this loathsome Them ease will remember having had freconquent colds at the time it was Hot Bluir. CLEANED CLEAN "Good Sunday yarn, this," declar- tracted. A llttlo forethought, a botPacknees called for and delivered. ed the oxchango reader. "Parson tle of Chamberlain's Cough llemedy doubtH that Jonah lived threo days Judiciously used, nnd all this troublo THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB "in whalo's belly." might havo bean avoided. Obtalu-abl- e A. Ivn Noll, Prop. in everywhere agreed tho Sunday edi"Great!" tor. "Intorvlow Jonah nnd get a HAMTOKl), KKNTUCKV. photo uf tho wlinlo." Ladies' and Men's Garments Fifty-fiv- e explained by Moving Picture machine. Seven big Departments Hliorthand, Bookkeeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Musis, Primary Normal. ExModern equipport teachers. assured. Position ment. Wrlto for catalogue in Co. typewriters. Lea-so- Daviess Bus. College iijaw hotel CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Incorporated OWKNSllOUO, KY, 'rTTrmiTOTBM Bubfccrlbu for The Hurtford llopub. UCui '$1.00 per jour. II liWIIlt MUM ccive a large Democratic tote hi No- KENTUCKY BOTTLE vember. Mr. Haswcll Is making many new friends In tho upper disDRIFTS TO ALGIERS up his Koteml nccorJIng to law at tbe t'oit office trict and will likely wind He IVwttorri, Ky., a moll matlf ot the Mrond splendid cnmpnlgn in this end. tin. Is n good speaker, a lawyer by pro- I Tf aunt fn fnncreS Will Editor luilnn mi. MESSAGE SET ADRIFT IN CUM ACLISON J. HARNETT make a record that the Fourth DIs- - j Wr S. TIN.SLEY,..Huslncss Manager trict and Kentucky may point to with HEELAND RIVER PICKED UP IX MEDITERRANEAN. to pride. all communications Address Tbe Hartford Republican. Tobacco growers of the Oreen Riv' er District will never accomplish NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Submarines cross the waters but abccrlbtni IflrlOK th l"lrntto a nfw much as long as they fight and knife tOttr mnet Hire tlit oM mldn-- In ranting the one another. Men working for the they have periscopes, propejlors nnd Kentucky bottles nro so Identical ultimate purpose should crews. BsalDm Lot-- it nri'l .Sutler 10c pr Hue ami Se strong that they make tho little Jour-- 1 work and pull together. The press, ikMMIoiihI inwrtiiin. per Unelor nb sometimes nnd Just to "ey nl1 nIo flliltenrl. Rn1iitlon nnil t'anl of Th inV.5c In a large measure, Is anxious to help ,s U,,B ,rul" lu s ,,....,...... - i,rovB " f IT MUri wvnJ fur mrrirlw frw, tat olhr the tobacco grower. The press rc Louisville Times: Chirch Not lew the farmer is not getting allzes that to r ni. idTrrtl.MiK-nt- . 'thrown into tne I'umneriand mv- nlll rwtlTt- - no enough for his tobacco according to Aionynroo. eotnmnniffliion price paid by the consumer. Pub- er nt Kuttawa, Ky., In January, a ttrntlnn the lic sontlmcnt Is also with the grow- bottle in which was Inclosed a scrnp er but how can the press nnd the of paper with the names and address-- 1 ... 3 Oumt:iani public aid In tho work when those os of four Kentucky bQys thereon, CO 3Txxi.oro' 2vLtual ........ picked up In the harbor of Al-I- n directly concerned are not working w fellows, slers on the Mediterranean Sea nine harmony? Get together, FRIDAY OCTOIIER i:t. on.i ,inn'i iniiim vnnr muse hv debt- - months later. A letter has been re- celved from the finder by the postIng among yourselves. Hartford Republican. nation's finances. arc out. , Dut now the facts r The Democratic party has demon stratcd Its folly and weakness nt the expense of the taxpayers. Eight mll- Hon dollars a day Is a mighty high price for tho kind of government wo Ex. have boon getting. iBHIHHflHB' fj VfEJ!f Q3eldii ' W" m. vrvww-- vmm v? '- ft iOcfafwm .. J .. L ' Notice Mnnnjicr Wanted. The Ohio County Farmers Mutual ' Telephone Company, Hartford Dl- ' vision, desires to employ a manager for the Hartford Exchange for two years, commencing with Nor. 1, 1910. nmi will receive scaled bids from applicants up to 1 o'clock p. m., Oct. Horn! with approved se-ic, 191C. curliy will Dc required, two rooms, ' light nnd water will be furnished successful applicant. The Hoard of Directors reserves the right to reject any and nil bids. For further Information nddress the Secretary, Hartford, Ky. S. E. DENNETT, President Uoard Directors. i i 1 ; i flJL I -- kVJllU lfe$ftfr ) . i ' V. wW ftJERBiar , U ' n&tmzu&s a avi' 'fr ? 2 ssrsmt 'weg' Sim : . ?- -j -- a' XW i f''iOME i. Attest: S. L. ivsr f & WJ-- into our tore on your first occnio:inmlrc the of (nthion rtpecully for your approval. 352SBBBJb VAVA1 " jVuliimn KINO, Scc'y. "tn, In Lining, design nnd Congressman lien Johnson nor his are of equal importance to the outer henchmen have not denied the charge 1'or President, Fashion's requirements aie, fully made by former Mayor James H. met in the beauty nnd originality of CHARLES EVANS HUGHES. iJeldihg's Novelty Designs. William Hint hn fJnhnson) said to For Vico President, jV HlBBjvjvM FAIRBANKS. a group of Ohio county Democrats, OHARLES WARREN These new Relding Silks are enough to, well "I have a notato natch d delight the most discriminating woman, For CoiiRrci, cultivated and you fellows down hero signed by M. F. Davln. who former-ca- n Crowe, Fordsvllle. lie sure to see them. JOHN P. II AS WELL, JR. Duke, Owensboro, to Vlrglnh Is herewith re- John go to h so far as I am con- - '.v vcd in America, For County Attorney, Petrle, Owensboro. cerned." That statement and com- - ' produced. A. D. KIRK. C. T. Uorryman, Wysox, to Orrye Of course the fame of the Ken- mand does not set well with a think- many of them will ' tucky bottle has traveled for and in Taylor. Wysox. Ing Democrat and Taylor Grant, Wysox, to Annie 'I i 3upport Haswoll fills fall In prefer-- ! '"any cases the bottle Itself, but pos-- 1 "ruhJ,. Wywix. J flbljr thla bottle hai. the dlatmcflo-s- :. SERVICE PLANK. CIVIL ence to casting their ballot tor n ,r man who appears so ungrateful for being the first to. cross the ocean j ' HARTFORD PRESSING CLUII. their nast sunnort. When Mr. John- - alone. , "The law pertaining to the civil son gets ready to dig. his potatoes! Kp.rly in January. 1910. four boys1 Clothes cleaned and pressed. Re-iKaMcnnctincrsiBnKiRtr.Tnncrjcnasis Car.l guarautood. y Satisfaction November 7 he is very likely to nmi playing around the Heading Mill at pairing. service should be honestly and enforced, to the end that merit that the patch is not so well culti- Kuttawa, Ky., camo across an emp- - Work called for and delivered. Shop Writing their over Ohio County Homing Worxs ty quart bottle. and ability should be the standard of vated as he at first thought. ED. NALL. P.op. and Prooiion raincr names and addresses upon a slip of, 12tf iflljpiJntment VvOORROW WILSON REAL- - Paper with request, "Pleaso write," the service rendered to a pollt WHAT . .. ii.. .. .,. uuiim nii i iiohi.t u.i n,.i l.i i iiiey piuceu .i me aiiji in ino !...! u.ilniili.inilTinv l.Vl?I?f tttXC 12. LY TfilNKH OF LAROK. icai party and we favor n renrgahl-ratlo- n O. P. SUCCESS IN Hb.viu 'in dropped the bottle In the Cumbpr! ,ai , . Woodrbw AVilson, candidate of the civil service, with adeRiver and for a few WQuks, f .. r n - faatArl nf land a -" quate compensation commensurate suanen.y PoB -- Twenty-seve- n cities and towns In with, expec- haunted the : with the class of work performed for labor and a great believer In labor I.. tatious of hearing from their dear t Kentucky show the following results alt officers and employes." Demo- unions. ' iof registration this year as compar- unknown. cratic National Platform, 1012. Woodrow Wilson, before entering Time passed and no response and ed with 1915 when Stanley was Then they kick big holes in the national politics, held decided views counted Into otliry by 471 plurality civil service. Fired many able em-- . oil the labor question which do not the Instance of the bottle hnd been entirely forgotten by tho boys when, Total Democratic Reglstra- ployes because they were not Dem- square with his professions of to43,349 tlon 1910 on October C, the postmnster of Kut ocrats to make room for those of less day. tawa. Ky.. received a Hystericus - Total Democratic Reglstra- ability who were. One of opposite Which Woodrow Wilson will occu looking 44,330 letter from one "Frederic! tlon 1915 belief must be mighty quiet about It py the White House after the 4th j' llnvln V f MinnlCf nr TYncltn llnroiii i to stand a show in (he civil service next March, If the electorate this 9S1 , .. .Central, per Marseille,",' bearing i Probably they believe only a Demooneh stamp, and postmarks and Total Itepubl.can Reglstra. Wlmrwouid To crat is capable of holding a govern- : 29,019 101 G ment position. It is just another k ....... 'addressed to "M. the Postmaster! tlon Republican Registra lll,UU IW...U ........ wi..., ,.m III. Total broken plank. he had no further favors to ask o" ueucrai oi Kuiiawn, ivy., u. a. a. tion 1915 The cont!tits of the letter follows: 3S.452 the voters? Algiers. Sept. 10, 191C Dear WilThe labor views of Woodrow Nothing is more natural than for Itepublican gain , . . , ,. . . found inclosed in a lioUie, float4.19; son, private citizen, are Interesting. leaves to fall in the fall. On Fohrnnrv 2.ri. 190R. nt the Pen. ing in the port, the following ad- - Add Democratic loss to Republican gain dresses with mention W xvrlte. Those 9S1 Horse sense is a good thing to pie's Forum in New Koch&le. Ne are ,he names: J- - M- - "rasWell. Wll- Mr. Wilson said: possess but It won't get a man shod York. nam c. .uauiews, tiussey urasweu, Total net gain for RepubLabor Unions reward the all around for a dollar. ed from 158,000,000 In 1913 to only Hugh Wllford, all of Kuttawa, Ky. licans News f.,178 incompetent at shiftless and $75,000,000 In 1916. Inasmuch rrs Will you be kind enough to let those At the samo ration r ( gajn , itne the expense of the able and inSome people would do more think"He kept us out of war," presumably" i persons know that the bottle was whole State the Republican KJlll dustrious. attaching if they had a the things Jnpan'sent us wen peae -)0rU eVer B.ven At the same meeting he further found in the port by Mrs. Louis have the biggest wheels of their brain. products. ed to the Inasmuch as Japan Is In Roqlie, Dar Du Bastion, Central Bs- - thum in Kentur said: a state of war, and Is manufacturing caller de la Care,' Algiers, and by ; r-- The objections I have to laenormous quantltlos of war materWhat would happen to the Fred Davln, Chalutier Rosita, Ru- . SAVAMERICAN huhmarines may 1' T3T v.l. .Ni.il..u bor unions is that thoy drag the school boy who aplliurmiuni ial for Russia, It Ib fair to assume Und reau Naval Central par Marseille. IK MISTAKEN FOR THOSE Yie appropriate caption. highest man to tho leVel df the peared on the campus with a big led that a large percentage or our export 'Lp' y? 'Tariff Wlusions." I nm a resident of New York, myOF (JEEMANY. the New Wri Jowest. I must demur with the to her during 191 G consisted ot war apple? self and the last liamed, for the KVehl'n'g 'Sun prints the folbjw- labor unions when they say, .!& products. Wo cannot keep up our 7 "f n"r.',frVTT?! '" 4" bpresent In the service. I would war-ordbusiness with, Japan for'You must award tho dull tho Guess that bbllle that drifted fro in ... . .. glad to know t H la one other London, Oct. 10. Tho London af- ever, but, under tho present Tariff To the Editor of Tho Evening sun same as you award those with jfse Kuttawa, Ky.. to the Mediterranean 'of a s'o'biiaf'ih. Please b The cause of labor tos not ternoon newspapers devoted leading law, Japan can increase the value Sfr: special gifts.' iTad Sea was strictly neutral during the enough tti l?t me know. bes't served by a Democratic 'Tariff, editorials toho visit of tho German of her pence exportation to us. voyage. -.. . AS uu old boy from ' . FLSIIINO FOR TlUi LAROll VOTE; which forces American labdr'to com- submarines to the United Stntes. The Possibly Mr. Arnold may also oxJ f 41' The Democratic-- leaders are mak"-hi- main always, after Xuy ago0(,( pete with cheap Europdtt'11 labor. Pall Mall Gazette says that In the plain to us why it Is that a couple The moon has been shining so staunch friend .ld admirer of tho "American markets Hooded with Eu- sinking of numerous ships off tho of years ugo tho United State's cona streftVliiVis, desperate effort brightly in Ohio county lately that and St4.tSf yffuw ropean mado goods, discrimination American coast thu government and trolled 21 per cent of tile Pacific1 the owls aro deceived and do, their land the. abor vote tor AVlls'dh Ohls Stars against American feoods In the mar- people of tho United States have thus Ocean freight carrying business, and M. F. DAV1N. fa.U hut if the laborer Is vls Ihtt will day time. roaming ln,the of the charEurope.''' American labor had Intimate kets of zr The buyer tell the farmer his detect tho hook and stpfcr clearonly t,e Th; tllp of paper fowid in the hot- - versusor European labor, and yet n acteranand habitsreminder craft which Japan controlled 38 per cent whlh.- ot the W"S returned with the "letter and tho United States control? 2 tho artificial bait. The laborer had received their hospitality." negative Democratic per cent, nnd Japan controls 5n per tobacco is ilnl much good but when need look into Mr. Wilson'd record was Identified by the boys. Tho Pall Mall Gazctto summarizes Tariff Is advocated by American labelli. Wilmington (Del.) Journal. the same is offered the consumer Its before he ni'eifrit votes to learn that the entento allied note regarding the Eight .Mtllians a Dn'y. bor men! compared to the .most Wilson, the author, and Wilson, tho fragrance is t When the Democratic 'Congress 'adRailroad labor will be among the treatment of submcrslbles and coll .lapaiiesu Coiniietlllon. 'tj elegant. professor, was an enemy to organizA hint or what mny bo expected journed It ccramed a scasloh of '213 first to suffer by discriminations tlnues: ed labor and so expressed hlnihelf "The entente nllles havo pointed or Japan as an Industrial competidays. Including Sundays and holi- against 'commerce with and In AmerThe election this year falls on No- time and again. It you are for JIughes, days. Thrro lia-v"been longer ses- ica, yet It Ib most violent In attempt- out in the most friendly spirit some tor lu the markets or tho world is to vember 7 The labor voter will surely not aling to perpetuato the dangerous Dem- of tho consequences which neutrals bo round in a statement by Judge II. Haswell, Kirk and tho Republican low himself to bo deceived by tho sions. cannot escape It they lend tho re- Onry, chairman or tho United States begin making arangements Adamsou Bill, which Is only a measWhen an account o stock was ocratic trado policies. ticket now to get to tho polls on that day. The Issue to labor la not the sources or their ports to belligerent Steel Corporation, who hns Just repostpone tho proposed rail- taken it was found that the total ot ure to a working submarines. If these German craft turned from an extended visit to tha road strike until after the election appropriations, fully made or au- temporal shortening of A Oerman submarine came ull tho thorized, was close to two billion day, but rather the security of work are to ply their calling off American Orient. Judgo Gary Is quoted as Hayvoters to that class of way to America to mail a letter. and cater ports wo shall obviously establish a ing: affected. Tho proper way for dollars. TlreTo never was a Congress at wages consistent with American Probably they heard about how Olllo Has labor forgotten so counter patrol and our merchantmen standards. "Thu Japanese aro going along ns remedy his con that approached this figure. laboring mail to James and other Democratic Con- the For every day of the session, Sun- soon tho conditions of unemployment will havo to be alert to destroy the If thoro were 110 war. Thoy havo dition Is to first restore nvprotectlvo gressmen had beeu getting by with succeeding the Demo- pirates whenever thn opportunity of- taken up extensively the manufactariff and prevent Japanese and oth- days and all, the average amount immediately it. of money voted away was more than cratic acquisition In 1914 and pre- fers. tures that wero stopped In thu bellg-erot- it goods, produced at er foreign-mad- b "Hut in this kind of warfare there eight million dollars. ceding tho outbreak of tho Europecountries by thu war. Japan one-ten-th thu labor cost of American Democratic papers aro trying to Is little time to ascertain the nationIs busy making clothing nnd shoes "Ho kept us out of war," yet the an war In August of that year? made goods, from entering these sencreate an Impression that public ality of submarine craft. Their hun- and Is becoming a great commercial amount of money which he permitted Quill, New York, Sept. 21. timent Is swinging to Wilson. Mean- shores at such a reduced cost that a recklessly extravagant Congress to It does not seem possible that ters have to deal with them on sight, factor." while Hughes' popularity is growing his hands aro robbed or employment. take away from tho taxpayers much American wdrklngracn have forgot- and It Is try no means Improbable that With iiu nverago wugu scale not free-trad- e with leapn and bounds and a victory Stop the war, continue tho unemployment ono of America's own submarines moro than h tho American policy and most all of our laboring of It for unnecessary expenditures ten tho condition of for Ino Republican ticket In Novemby tho Un- Hrnylug Into tho danger zono might wage scale. Jupan Is eight hoars nnd much of It for expenditures' that was brought about morally certain class will have less than seems assured. ber Tariff In the Inadvertently encounter tho fato re- to become u greut plainly political In their purpose--w- ill derwood Frec-Trad- o commercial rac-to- r. a day and thousands no hours a day. Does any one doubt thut this cnnmparQ not at nil unfavorably first ten months or its oporatlon served foru 'boclie.' very evldeut that what Wilson A prominent Ohio county farmer It Is Work-lngm"It Is u question for the American country Is going to need u with thu sums which aro being ex- prior to the European war. Protect handed tho writer an envelope Wed- wants Is votctt nnd ho Is using every pended by some should hnve better memories government whether It wishes Its tivo Tariff to prevent Jupan from of tho European naget them. nesday containing campaign litera- method to now, owing to war Atlantic coast frequented by Its own sondlng hero great quantities Hughes has nlwuys been a friend tions which are buttling so desper- than that. Just of ture and mailed under the Frank of export business they nro quite gener- - submarines or by- thoso of Germuny. , industrial products that will! Ho never made tho ately. Ben Johiibon with tho remark that to the laborer. - It Is quite clear In tho nature of tuke placo or products A peace President, with war exally employed; but will they bo genot our own he statement that Chinese immigrants when the letter was stamped 12,000,000 Eu- - things there Is not room for both." labor and Industry? American la- - penditures and "war tuxes" is an orally employed when would read It. How far wrong was were proferable to tho soldiers stop lighting and go anomaly. So, too, is a Democratic Whuu a man wants to boost hornr. ns did Mr. Wilson. His rec- be? America loses to Japan. Industries, und wliun Ho Wanted Pent. New York speaks I Prescient In this hind. Wo shall re-f- back to tho himself ho hhould pay tho prlco of ord as Governor of Mr- - Julcun Arnoiu, American coin Two Soldiers Wero eniivnraliip.. , turn ,0 ormnl conditions after tho tho iirmluctH of thoso Industries nro Itself along theso lines und or-postage and not use the people's mall sent over to tho United States In murciul attache, accredited to Japan, One, asked tho other what nm.in t.i.n kmiIzui labor would bo foolish to ou"" "' "UAl i"r,;" for political purposes. To meet this oxpunso now and enormous quantities? This is what has returned to this country to tell enlist. support a mun who, In former years, in tho "Why, 1 hud no wiro and children bu fus about trado conditions worklugmeu should burdensome taxed have beeu levied American Not for niuny yours has tho op- opunly denounced It. no one but myselt to think or, land a bond Issue has just been re- - thinking of when thoy votu this yoar. Orient. Wo shall bu glad to learn oand, portunity for tho olectlon of u no vital quosuou ior mum 10 om- - why It Is that Japan has Increased boililog. 1 likes war. li,lt how conn. Men to sell Sowing Ma- - toreii to. in 1110 niiust or me riot Wanted. Congressman in the Fourth Imr exports to tho United Statos from you to Join tho army?" 'of oxtrnvnanco n Jugglod Treasury elder Is to preserve tho American District boon greater. Tho Ropub-- 1 ohlneH and collect In Ohio county. our $92,000,000 In 1913, under "Well, you goo. I hnd' n Hxpurlonco Statement was thrukt into tho conn- - market for American labor and proposition. iKMDinnUHl thin tlmu a olaan, Splendid loans Tariff, to $148,000,000 in I Joined y nMeawry. SINGHR SEW- - try' fce L11 U idtvor to hide U19 dustry. That ean oly ho done through Protective bucauu 1 'iikea Write ufel gUUesaiau UtMrvIiuc of tho suppenon." PhllAdalphln. DuLJij, Tar-- 1910, under Democratic Free-Tmd- o, to which Ummo tli rojUimUan of Prtitlvo LNG MAGIIIJJB CO., (Iiioorpomtod) IdOinito wwlUlun yju port r m of all iMUtias nnd Mr .bile far erporU to ltr have limrgw J ger ISl-WW lIWt..u' m u uiubbui l" - in. m b wlto upon k$ will ro-- UWthUOrO, Jty. REFURLICAN TICKET. master at Kuttawa. The trip by this bottle eclipses any MARRIACE LICENSE ISSUED SINCE OUR LAST REPORT other similar authentic trip known, Miss Mary Molloy, of Kuttawa, sent Arthur Stone, Narrows, to Horthn The Times the letter from France, together with the slip originally In- Nnbnrs, Dundee. J. H. Sapp, Hnrtford, to Annie closed in the bottle nnd the letter, mil. for the moit bewitdlinc coats, gowns nml ilrrsses and the new Ucldiiig bilks blend with these styles moat admirably. 3- IVAVAVJ c VAVJI ' c - t , , rig-Ml- In addition to Beldings Silks we "have Taffetas in an assortment ci colors at . ..... - post-olIic- J , ) ' $1.25 and $1.50 per yrd. Also Gros dc Londres in black only, 36 inches wide, at $1.85 per yard. Silk Poplins in all the new shades ai $1.25 per ya?d. ,,. See our line of Crepe de Chines at $1.25 alld $1.50. ..ldentT i(,i.i.ii.i,M.i, Sir-W- CARSON & CO. incorporated HARTFORD, KY. paper ' , IMisii self-start- I use veiled threats lnil - f: ' to-da- y o ono-elght- cn low-pric- ed - or -- 1 J in-H- ot tha-arm- .t y ie l v.- O Without 5 For Men Hose IP ?ORCED nubiERY"JR.T KSf Pyi. w - " fZiiZammh Jl ' 6 9V9B it1 Holes 'M Iongjjvearing, big-valu- Hose that fit snugly in the ankle, that are handsome and dressy in appearance and yet that have the. sturdy, e tho public Installation of church officials Subject for night Hcrvlco: ' Other, tho Woman of Conviction and Courage." Mr ninFMrs. C. P. Keown nnd Mrs 8. 0 Keown nnd Mrs. Virgil El gin, Hartford, attended tho burial of Mrs. N. Hnlzo at tho Hnyncs-vlll- o Church burying grounds Inst Salurdny Mrs. C. P. Keown was with Mrs. Ilalzo at her homo In Owcnsboro nt tho time of her death. Mrs. Keown and Mrs. llalzo were sisters. Wo have on display a full line of Cook Stoves, Kmiror, Coal nnd Wood Heaters, which we can furnish you at a very low price, considering tho recent advance In this line. Wo gone nn mo market nnd nindo i iiuvu henvy purchases heforo thlB ndvanco went on, which has placed us In a position to savo you money by buying our stoves from us. Call and Jet us show you our entire line. ACTON STRAY STREAKS. (By Plukc McFlikc.) I , Kol ftllv - ' to 1'aducnh Tuesday to artaad tho.t ,... T Ivnnlnnwv limii.... a -JtslUUlHllOB I) "' No ono hero could tell or ieure out Just why Kol and Mut mlsswl one train nt Heaver Dam, mtll it wns learned that tho next trail going south and the one which they mounted, had on board a Cabnrat Troon. nnd believe me girls the mnjorlty of said troop woro females, too. ntnl imiiL ithhIm ii Mat iiiiun-i wmii . "iiud ... ..........,.,..,, ...............,....;,7r j I A ttosf al BrI s! Our Prifoes a. On good heavy Galvanized and Painted Metal Roof, ing. Composition Rubber Rooflng-fsovguides. Samples sent on request). Gii different X We very respectfully call attention of our efficient Chief of Police to the checker game being operated In Hat's place. Yet sir, wen Hob Walker happens to win a game ho Jars our windows laughing. gone to Louisville nnd for his absence at this tlmo he pacified us by promising to fetch us n new pair of gallowses for the ones wo broke the other day. to-da- nooi rami, House Paint. We can interest you. We handle a general line of B.uilding Material. Write y for our special delivered prices. ai s unos., 12tl Hartford, Ky. Inuorportilctl Jaki: Wilson, Manaukh. FORDSVILLE, KY. 4 Fordsville Planing Mill Company : purchase. practical It is because durability that makes them a k-- r g- -- fC?4 mt tip viin' s.i uhji' m) 'SHAi .( I I I With Apologies', Creek; Mr. Curt Hudson, Mrs. Mattyo -I meekly cautioned Kol Hlley about Turner, Mr Purdy Casebler, wife an'', little sons, ForPHl and J, C, all of mixing too much of that Ohio, Ten- that we '"ver water and Hartford; Mr. Onorge Phillips, Glen ' "LH!" u unlGrl do such Supplements Changes and vllle; Mrs. Julia Humphrey, of Llvl'a; j pn,'ro'al of tlle I'urchnso variety A . ... . your other n minium anu wuo, Air. .. .. 'while in Padueah. It ninienrn that a corrections betii iuiul- ,.iir u. I1,y a,lvlco aml U ls Klley and wife. Mr. Claude Hudson business advertising in listings OIL' ,orlc(l on eoou autnority that K. &H and wlfo. Mr. Carl Holl, wife and litin this Dooular brand. On but does not should be Cy,eS ,n thC MOt,r tin (laughter. Edna Heed. Mr. Cole- - ! K, , ?" '" ' f'0 ,,rtl'0 " Tennessee pair will be enough to convince you. conflict made at once inanCundlff. Mr. Jame, Husscy. Mr. "ght c'-lahd- . " that Uryan TTolbrook. Mr. Hobart Hoag- with other for the new Mr. Joe Illdgcway, Mrs. Homer , Headquarters Busy. mediums. book. Turner, all of Buford; Mr. Llge Mose- - j Aboul the busln0Bt place We kllow-lcy-. ' wife nnd two sons, Charles J. and of ,,, Hartf0rd Is Hepubllcan Cam-Nyl, Mr. Pig French, wife nnd llttlo m, t ti 'n ifM,innror sons. William and Felix. Mr. Lewis; dltt thc Benlnl chalrman of tho Cnm. 'BS Pena pnlgn committee. Is on the Job from , early mom until late at flight wife, Mr. Gilbert Bell, Mr. Charlie I More than 100 members have been Hell.Mr. T. H. Bell and wife, Mr. Wal- - enrnllpil In ttin lnp.nl fr....li. t.i!.. ' J',CiX a,,Ul ban,s Club- - Mch work is e ITf " MrBnMW,f Habbert ,..,. nnpfpi, w (..kjv Mrs. K. H. Martin spent last week- - . nt . .... 1VCLI l(UllV.UIi llllO r wt """ "' Ml end and first of this week wHIi, aJ nnl1 antl throughout county betweeU now UttI 8on Mnc rtIrs- - Ar ' friends and relatives in MorBaotrtwn!SaU1 .nnd and tn vA'ose of election daV. t)V- KitiruY orroitKit ta. und Cromwell. r' X. . TUUB" . "... L.UUISU uuu. iurisiine, xwrsv Kfln,iv brganlze should bo thfe vatcli ueiiju WdVtl with all good Kepublluans. Sheriff S. O. Keown will go tb Will Kldgeway and llttlo son, John L... II. .M ST. h. II. It. TIME TAIILE. tomorrow to deliver Osorj Olaton Republicans Busy. No. 113 duo at Ellinltch 3:32 p m. Malone to the Kentucky Orecn Dale AVIIliam, all of Plcasaui Ridge. A Hughes-FairbanClub was orNo. 110 duo at Ellinltch 7:30 a.m. School of ItefiUUK ITASUT.Iilj LOOKH GOOD ganized at Olaton Wednesday night, No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m. James, "year-ol- d son of Mr. and to ty;,cm countiaxs wfilch will provo to bo a live wire Iu Ar. Irvlngton ,. G:3C p.m. Mrs. I). E. Ward, of Nocreek, broko k -' BOX ii9, 0WENSBORO, KY. the coming election. A Ilg memberLv. Irvlngton ,. C:SS p.m. otitt tif hte arms Hon- iJdnn P. Haswell, of Brcck-Ihrfh'jlast Tuesday playing ship was enrolled at this their first Ar. Loulsvillo . 7:40 p.m. While at school. " ..- -' county, Republican nominee meeting. Fr.Uay nights were No. Ill Lv-- . Loulsvllld .. 8:35 a.m. lled ' KENTCOKV KVNOD on tho part tit the railroads to grant Mrs. DrTjr rTillcT returned Mr fcongress In this district, arrived I as times Tor regular meeting of tho Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. . Tuesday ' an Increase In wages on the ground frjm. Sncramcnto. wii'ei'e bore today for a speaking tour In , club. M. S, .Patterson wan elected fc. Lr. Irvlngton .10:40 a.m. sho hadfiwn vhltlng frle'tfos lid Taylor county. His appointments presldeut, . B. White, vttic president, In Session rtt reenVllIe, Rev. Cum-- 1 that 'thfe added expense Involved by Ar. Ellmltch . 1:04 p. m. the Adumson Law makes an Increase will he seen elsewhere in Tho Lead- and Frvvl Whlt't'lYifehUl. secretary, i.iin. Atoderator. relative for the past week M. II. & E. It. It. TIME TAULE. m Wages to the great majority and Mr., Joolieniiett, of 'ialft, 111., vis- er. Mr. HaBwell is a man among Auciresses vero delivered by Otto C Bouth Bound, No. 11C Rev. more poorly paid class of Tailroad men. His high character and splen- Jlartln hn'd others. tUO, Ky., Oct. 1 (ISia Due at Hartford 8:45 a, m. ited, rrttmds tand Vela't'lVcT. hero in d did ability is attracting the attenSt. Paul car Wx A Oantleld, presldeiit of 'Ce'ntrli'l employees Impossible. Narrows, - rccelj Mr. Bennett North Hound, No. 114 tion of the voters, and a warm feelUniversity, Danville, Was 'th'o hVet men aro approaching a decision to Hepublicims Or aJj Due at Hartford 5:55 p, m. formerly resided near Narrows. ing is existing for him throughout The Republicans of Cr speaker tonight before the 'Keh't'iicky strike, and reports from Kansas City Mr. H. i. nuiuiuuu, .it, will start (Both "Mixed Trains.) k. Whldh Conven- aro to tho effect that 32,000 members thc district by both Kcpubllcan and &W met at Cromwel", bft kVt rir. Presbyterian Synod, !llK for NVashlngton, D. C, Saturday Ganflcld of the six railroad crafts haveMecid-e- d Democrats. Ho ls ft clean, honorable tffly tilght and or -ed hero yesterday. n.&nM& Mr. Holbrook goes to look after n ( to go on strike as a tcsuK of tho 1 spoke on nnd Christian gentleman, his charac- - Hughes-Kalrb- n The World 'Challenge to rtjft u Mf Patent in which ho is Interested. i tcr as such being above renroach. tho Church To-alayior was .The Rev. Adamson Law. Veti president h4' TJnclo VO Railroad officials decided at a preull Old nnd ttnc Mr. Char It Is fmnlv ltrmlln'..l II..I Cnraflha, 'of 'Henderson, was 1":: Personal News tt oger3 BecrrtJi3. Thomas very highly respected citizen of nearuVell will defeat vious conference they could not grant lt3 opponent in tho ""''toiectfjisVIll be held cnxafch unanimou&lyelectVed moderator and Mcllenry, was reported dangerously I November cents an election. He will address tho Rev. V. ' :lerrlll, of Lebanon, tho demand Increase (iiiie-4St:and Socb'i wuiu ii , th'ii. hi in me uour oi going to press. because of Increased operating the voters at. the court houso Satur- - , By was electo'd temporary clerk. About hour 8SM he&cX Mrs. C.R. CrowoT Brandenburg, du acrp.oon and everybody Is. ln. I nom beventy-llv- e luembers of tho Synod exponso forced upon them by Conl Martin, of allrtford. gress iu tho Adamson Law. As a and Mrs. B. b Atkinson, of Owcns- vlted (0 come out and hear tho noil are ta'attaiUalicc. -. counter charge, union workmen, ask boro, recently visited their parents Congressman, from the Fourth dis'tWinens' MretinK ftatiirthiy. Mayor J, y, IlwNvas In OWeils-bor- o why they are not entitled to an in- Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Acton, of Olaton trict. Tuy.or County Lender, MYiV TO OET on rtuslne "Wiursday. . N'Aice to farmers i 'Olilo county, l k?i four ,!- Route 1. mi. m,'i.'ivi.'iiv.pw!isB when members of the wore , itv' The Oountv Union of tho Mr, 3, pT l.loyd,6f "Narrow s, Vas allied trulnsmen's organizations 2il. f Iu County CiUtH, , Mrs. W.jrilean weiitTo" Louisville ' AT.iericau . r..-.-- . Ol r,i..f,.v l.i nnltml r.quu; la .u..; OOVJCiy li-- on business yesterday. Vlify Toms and Clartdo Toms, '" Lexington, Oct. 11. Definite plans accorded higher wages. Wednesday. Mrs. Bean was giv 'io meet at Hartford, Ky., on Satur. it Veflning Trs. fcylor custody of tho Toms children 'fit,,. 12 and 3 years of ago, Col. H. 1. TayioFand A day, Octobijr 14, 1'JIG, at 10 o'clock 'for bringing tho $2,500000 or i?r-- llelyi To Close Doors. wont to Loulsvillo yesterday. livery to tho Kentucky Ttim Toms 'L'n.' a. m. EvoTy local In the county Is plant of tho Mellck Oil Refining children of Oct. 11 (by Berlin. Wednesday, cbttage, iu Jloiuo Society. tober 10th wertt by Judgme-j- f n'mjv-,r- . Eur Kent. represented with a Company hero were learned requested to be that tho wireless to the Associated Press via County Court, .,nJjaltca full delegation, ns tliere ls much a'nd when It was announced good repair. Apply at this offlco Ctf der? of the 'file Kentuc'- -- y . opthe Reichstag Grand Lodge, tb th'e Kentucky Chlldr uSBJ'or.o Sayvllla, 'Oct. 12).-I- n very Impjortant business to transact, Board of Commcrco had taken an Mr. t lT FoHJrWuB in Pordgvlllo KnlghU of ' 'TUllPe .iU ,Abt in on fifty acres of land, part of tho today Major Ernst Bassermant leadespecially on tho tobacco question. tion v and Olaton on business yesterday. Bowling Green, r,n .Ctoh the sWl., a Malone 'M gAfa Ftaley, Everybody Is InVlled to attend this Webb farm, on tho Queen & Crescent er of the National "Liberals, read nstend of at Hopkf Sale Houso nnd lot In HartFor tfrfafr. who wero nrroi,feii'BgaiaS'jiyB 8,nC0i meeting and those wishing to deliv- railroad, just outside the city limits, written report saying that the budget liavin deford. Cheap nt $350. Apply at this ly announcp'(ji civarged wlt"a iw).80 iftauK WCre er fftieir 'tdbacco at' Hartford and to bo held in trust for tho refining committee waa unablo to reaclua olilco. 13tf .iiessrr. u. ,,-- -- limner ixu v. xX glV6n aPr.taVU.ry''harlnK company until certain coiiuiuuua cision on the submarlno questlon.but y on last ha, Jiot already signed their tobacDr. E. W. Ford and Mrs. Ford and H'lcl''atlende upon have been fulfilled. had voted 24 to 4 against a discus.he IftenWckV Bank Monday mfr Utt the Malone co, Hhould bo there and hear tho agreed L. Mellck, of tho concern, sion of tho subject in open session Mrs. Virgil Elgin, city, motored tourH Assoclr tou ft, Y'ajiucah this h0' David Wm'uitVd to tb.o Kentucky qnestlons discussed and sigh ther Owensboro Wednesday. J'eek, retr rnm8 yc'sterday. They Sr.ftfe ft tof llutor'm aiuL FJnloy w& tobacco with ilio A. S. of E., tho that It is an assured said a 'pleasant trip the big plant will he located ithat' brought relief to tho fact ForHaleorTrade.NncoMar,ol)vl.rl,,orl tho grand e.a o await' M actlo.u -. Dr, i' rm win:, M - tfWy. Oh mj fallujo of oreoote farmer. ami here, "although thero Is still much (Jolt. Address DR. J. 8. BEAN, Harteverybody, Como, " . O. t'. to Lively ana r..i can see Irene Don't forget ford,, or Horso Brunch, KJ ntf Qkla. Miller Lively., of Tar ivyj,, hond 'Whldh vas placed at ?25,00, bring "your wives. S. CECIL, the to be donolnbefore tho people Nearactual operation." tho plant J. .date. If you want something good Just . arrived ln Hartford VfcAWjfev y for tho ly tho enttro J. R. WELLER, try u pin made t thu mluce meat, day ThoOh'lo CoUflty Fiscal Court 'tit I, OR ONE OFiMY DEPUTIES to visit Mrs. Llvelv' wjili&r, Tho ,M pipe lino lias been secured. County Committee. Just arrived at Mooro's Meat MarTALLOWING Jennie T. Miller tj't Mt rel- - lis uipttfUB on 'wat Friday auolhihed company has 10,000 acres of oil lam. WILL BE AT THE -- r ket. . ICtJ itlves, for a few das. the oiiVtn of County Road Engineer. developed, PLACES' ON DATES MEXTPQNED ' in tho Irvine Cold to he IN , T;w Fiscal Court nt above men- 'nKlKNHH INCREASE 'Mr. M."C. Riley and Mrs. Rilo Prof. J."E. PorkTor'oW.v Run, is KENTUCKY'S TOBACCO CROP and the plan Is to tako additional BELOW: dlnlma for und Mrs. L. O. Huyden, of Maxwp (conducting a most lnteKyjtlng Stng- - tioned sebsl'jn allowed territory 30 that tho plant will tako Friday, Oct. on roads to tho total nmDUitt vMi)ro hero Tuesday 'l Ing School at Reaver Dam. for a ' Mr. jawing care only of the company's own proDepart'Wushlngton. Oct. 10.Tho Friday, Oct. tuy. be surveyed has come to 'ixs considered oner of $2,580.54. It la estimated that Park this duct. The farm will Tuesday, Oct. 17.- - BeUs Uun. " ubovo Bum will umoitlit to but ment of Agriculture estimates Hon. G. B. LikehsuJrrTved I ui inu uiusi buvcch'jIiui msiruciorf tho nnd laid off In a very short time. Wednesday, Oct. 18. Heflin. one-hiiof uucli year's Kentucky tobacco crop at llttlo aiore than n Hart-C- . to bo found in tlda whole section. ford yesterday from WnshP 11. W. Schrader, of Louisville, Is pounds, against 350,400,-Od- ti Thursday. Oct. 19. Prentiss. 'clulma for tho whole yeifr. preJffcon, D. Mr. Likens will bo h' Miss Wy'lt'r "Sn,'lth,"dauRhte5 of poundB last year. The Ken- assisting Mr. Molick hero, in tho Friday, Oct. j( "ovtrUl the late Tbos, j. Smith, Hnr(tai.( Is days. Williams tucky rcop ls given a rating of 93, liminary work. Saturday, Oct 21. Mis. It. T.. Jler. average of 82. Mr, Al "Burii oft In atteml.'Omro upo,n t.io 'session of a ten-ye11. E. llcr, nged about i'i, against Milieu. Mrs. ItKHULTS IN Uult-o- d ADAMSON LAW tho Circuit Aiv.rt for tho week, for tho aTVtfhded Hughes bpeaklng In Saturday, Oct. 21. Taylor Mr."3 died at her home In Rockport last Tho 191C tobacco crop of the NEW STRIKE TROUBLES . j'e- - purpose, of 1,203,077,-00- 0 ' torday. It U not IMlilsvltlo perfecting herself In Friday ovcnlug at 8:30 o'clock. The Monday. Oct. 23. Centerto-.vnStates Is estimated nt wlll return.' tonVn when ho court "reporting, gho reported tho direct canso of "Mn. 'tier's death was pounds, against 1,060,587,000 Tuesday, Oct. 12. Reports Chicago, October a u, testlfTiony In c, nuiuher'of cases tried pnoumonlu. superinduced by other pouudB last year. WVduosday, Oot. VnnfeilTwi from varlouB sections of tho country r. cooking and I ifjiTrfs "uTlielli with Mtntday. Tf &$&&)' Owensboro ulliueuts. ciiviriv that tho Adamson 13 i...ii.nt 1'or Sale. bur J Wdnoday, QoL 3ft. Otimlro, p drois ,roiWh(ird work. AU- Docoflhcil louves surviving, ha been monda-- 1 Good 120 ucre lurm on Rough Wukq Law. which chll- Kov. BW.Cdoror will fill his husband, It. E. Hdr. und live J1U Hi. K. 'BEAN. CO clouBly tarmod "ElghHtour Uw - Rort.p.w vjt t inilitR wofct of Hartford. Saturday, QaU Hartford, Ky. regular jipolnlinent nt thu Mothodlst ,irun u.iiii tiifus ranco ironi - i '- - nivsr ...w.., .....-aird. M hrbitliiir about additional 00 acraa n.M,..i j ac;os In cultivation; other - ohureb ),sr(t ucSinuluy. This will US the lat i il u it f tho His huu yearn. Mis. ller'.wuBu daughtor-ln- . Ulft TW Railroad luon who trnublacL fiufii nd 1'iimr Iruprovwl. Apply. mw of 'our towns woodland. Ing r " "J Vu,t" Jjc t-- 3Uudy morning will bo "Tho hiw mid HUtar-tu-la.6r tpwit IuW w wtro not UuUdcd in Ui w TINSLHY & UAKNHTT. Mayor J. u. S, U. KtOJlIS, bhwi. WaiUMton l'o A- of the Uplifted Ilnnd." Tho men. Mr. Bob llffr 'aim wot with a roful eUth'M in tho Hartford, Ky. crwio am boiK followed by Her. will be "6 iborbood of Black Cat's knit in quality wyi 9 -- fly JKMXpjRIs ' wl - I lllitliday Honored. imciiuo n..l ruiuuvcs oi Air. iiiu futiifiilii uuu wl.f T. H. Uell, of near Pleasant Ridge, gave him a surprise dinner Thursday, uctoiier r, In honor of his birthday. A delicious dinner was served In tho nftcrnoon, music wns enjoyed. Thoso In attendance were: Mr. Hob nell and daughter, Miss Mollle, of .Whltcsvllle; Mrs. Mary F. Herring, Heaver Dam; Mr. .TcIT French and son, Mr. Forest, of 'Plwi fifty-seven- th The most ungrateful bunch of men wo know of, those who Jlned the Amalgamated Association of the Sons of Never Toll.or Sweat, and Just as soon ns .the garden season Is over, drop out on account of the son payment of dues. Dock Halrd says be sinycu until only he and A. Rial remained. They couldn't elect officers, owing to a tie vote so they both quit. The Next Issue of The Bell Directory GOES TO PRESS SOON Every Bell subscriber, almost without exception, is able to buy the goods advertised In this directory. Reserve your pce toduy. Ask the Manager for rates. sir, limest I'atton, Barnett's .Am large Ky h ,j i. ,i...., -- ,,,.,. ns M$&& T '"' Tfii e, '7, "B'. Hartford Republican. "" ""'" ,,,,. nl..,.,... Itoc-ingto- n -- - ft. i-- it l.The thmell .v a y. I I I lw!&. ro-w- ' r'fec -rbdih A-5- y. 0ry , ". ,;", .ult ht , j Pay Your Taxes! right-of-wa- ., rd. .H 46'J,-C2"4,0- 00 lf 25.i-Krouo- N - At Mr.n- ', ,. it w -- - r .",',e Farm Department StiuiHlatlnK Fcwli. Mnny stock powders to force liens in lay arc put on the market. They kave little merit. Hens do not need stimulating food, liens that will not lay when fed a properly balanced " rtlAn are not uauio i my jt(oek powders, unless every bodily requirement Is met with proper feed. Common table salt has far moro merit than any stock food or poultry powder that can bo purchased. There Is very little need for much protein In 4ha mash ration If ample milk Is fed. Uoth beef scrap and cotton seed meal aro very high. If a large acreage of peas or soy beans Is sown they will take the place to Home extent of beef scrap and cotton seed meal. If the beans can bo pulled up stalk and all and thrown to the Urds during the winter they will he found to be a good feed. - bo glad to know what tho worm Is. O. O. II. Yours truly, Tho caterpillar describAnswer: ed is tho young of the catalpa sphinx moth. For n number of years this big cateplllar was not found except from Virginia south Into Florida, then westward to Mississippi. Lately It has spread over a much larger range. Tho worms would probably bo better known If they wero seen In numbers each season. A few nre, of course, to be found each year, but It seems that occasionally they appear in enormous numbers like this season. The editor has In mind an enormous tree In Louisville which Is being stripped of its leaves. This Is tho first tlmo In eight years that the worms have been observed on this tree. The adult form is a big moth Ily, grayish-brow- n In color and three Inches, from wing to wing tip. Tho full life history of this insect with Tost. Life of n posts methods of control can be found In The average llfo of fence nulletln, No. 705, "The from the following kinds of wood is: Farmer's ; Catalpa Sphinx." Osage orange, 30 years; Iocust,23 red cedar, 20 &; mulberry, Select Sect! Corn. catalpa, 15,6; burr oak, IB chestnut, 14?4; white cedar, Autumn is tho time to prepare for 10 cherry, tamarack, a profitable corn crop the following g elm, season. At hemlock, 9; sassafras, S time drop red oak, 7; willow, all other business and select an ash, 45 tj. Tho number of years that a abundance of seed com. The process fence post will last should be con- is too Important to be conducted insidered In the price paid for it. Of- cidentally while husking. When setentimes for a few cents additional lecting seed corn glvo tho process post can be se- your entire attention. Get the very a much longer-live- d cured, making it much cheaper in the best that is to be had and preserve long run. it well, and your increased yields will If tho bark is left on a fence post return you more profit than any othit will rot much faster than If it is er work you can do on your farm. removed. In 13 years' investigations conIt is estimated that the average ducted upon Scioto Hirer bottom soli life of a cement post is forty-eignear Plketon, Ohio, with Woodbum years and of a steel post thirty White Dent, U. S. Selection 77, the years. yield was raised from an average of G3 bushels of dry shelled corn from 1901 to 1907 to an average of 75 Kat Catalpa Leaves. A few days ago I drove from my bushels from 1907 to 1913. The prinhome near SImpsonville to Shelby-- , cipal Influence producing tilts invllle. During the drive I passed a crease In yield was the selection and number of catalpa trees that had the care of seed corn. Tho only proper way to select seed been planted along the fence next to the turnpike. Many of the trees corn Is from the stalks standing had been stripped of their leaves. where they grow, as soon as ripe and before the first hard freeze. As Those trees that still had a on them were covered with soon as the crop ripens go through g bags and long green worms that had a black the field with hand down the full length of their husk the ears from the stalks that have produced the most corn withbacks. They were eating the leaves quite out having any special advantages rapidly, swinging their heads from ' such as space, moisture, or fertility. side to side. They were eating so Avoid the large ears on stalks standfast and there were so many of them ' ing singly with an unusual amount on the trees that I could hear tho of space around them. Preference grinding sound of their jaws. Would should be given the plants that have . produced most heavily In competl- tlon with a full stand of less produc- tlvo plants. In all localities tho In- hcrenl tendency of tho plant to pro- iluce heavily of sound, dry, shelled Late- corn is of most Importance. ninturlng plants with cars which aro heavy becauso of nn excessive amount of sap should bo Ignored. Sapplncst greatly Increases tho weight nnd Is likely to destroy tho quality. In the Contraband Southern States, all oth- or things being equal, short thick TIIK I.INOTVPK IX TIIIItTY YKAIIS IIKNCK J a HOTEL Professional Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HAJITKOHD, KY. 10; 17; 14; 3; 3; 0; 8; S; corn-ripenin- ht few-leav- seed-pickin- XdemerCCnee Jiwal'uU Now in Good Health Through Use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Say it is Household Necessity. Doctor Called it a Miracle. All women ought to know the wonderful effects of .taking Lydia E. Pinkhrtm's Vegetable Compound even on those who seem hopelessly ill. Here are three actual cases: Hhrrishurg, Pcnn. "When I was single I suf . fcretl a great deal from femalo weakness bccnu.se my work connwlled me to stand all day. I took Hi I wlint the Linotype will li. ' ko In 19IG nnd what It will bo do ing n tho way of speed and ndapia , ,uity, is a business Tho ml secret uor of The Mcrgonthnler Linos (V Type News says that ho Is not pro t Wll bo trotting )mre, , ,0y around collecting Its own hows nnd nvertlsement copy, Kuporters and advertising solicit stalks nrc preferable Short stalks ora should not hntHen to commit aro not so easily blown down nnd murder or suicide becauso of till. Thick prophecy. Ily that time advertising permit thicker planting. stalks arc not so easily broken down, will, no doubt, have become so plennnd In general aro moro productive tiful and advert Wors so enthusiastic than slender ones. The tendency for that tho advertising solicitor will bo corn to produce suckers' is hereditary. needed more than ever to plncnto Other things being equal, seed should those whoso nnnouncomouts tho bo taken from stalks that have no i newspaper Is obliged to leave out. j suckers. As to the reporters, tho world will ! day seed corn Is gather - bo ever so much bigger nnd there The same cd tMo husked ears should bo put in will be ever so much moro news to placo whero dry n there is write. In 1SSC thero was no news' free circulation of nlr and placed in from Alaska, because thero was no- -' The' such a manner that the ears do not body up there to make any. touch each other. This Is tho only ' Philippines were so newsiest that I Good seed Is re - even Manila did not appear as a date safe procedure. neatedly ruined becauso it is thought i line very often In a year. A Guam to be already dry enough when gath- date line would have been queried ered and that the precaution men- by even tho most accomplished proofMany reader. tioned above Is unnecessary. It seems hnrdly n daring assump- farmers believe that their autumns nre so dry that such care Is superflu- tlon that the newspapers of 194C will ous. Seed corn in every locality contain dally Items by wireless from gathered at ripening timo will be new metropolitan ureas in the valbenefited by drying ns suggested If leys of tho Kuphrntcs nnd the Tigris, left In the husk long after ripening and from brand new towns In des- -' mildew during i erts now nameless along tho branch-- 1 It may sprout or warm wet weather or become infest- - ing mileage- of a Kuropean-Aslnti- c od with weevils. Tho vitality ofrallioad. This does not seem to be a very seed is often reduced by leaving It In a sack or in n pilo for oven a day fantastic prediction; tho only really after gathering. During warm weath-- . fantnstlc and apparently Incredible er, with some moisture in tlte cob prophecy that Tho Lines O' Typo and kernels, tho ears heat or mil- News can offer Is that by ID 1 G the dew in a remarkably short time. Tariff Question will have disappear The best possibly treatment Imme- ed from the nows. That does sound diately after gathering Is to string llko a whopper. tho ears. Ordinarily tho best placo It senis ns though tho one oppor- to hang strings of cars is in an open Wire racks are more ttinlty that Is ever present Is the op- or loft shed convenient, anil In the end cheaper, oprtunity to do the wrong thing. than binder twine. Such racks may Philadelphia Record. welded be made from electrically lawn fencing. The cutting of the I fencing into seed-cor- n racks Is done ' .vithout any waste. unusually damp Only during time will weather at If heat Is em fire be necessary. JM I II K. lloyed in a poorly ventilated room it ' vill do the seed ears more injury J ban good. If used, the fire should jo slow, long continued, and sltuai j jil below the seed ears, with good . ventilation above them. A ft or hanging In the shed or ng on tho racks for two, mouths th" seed ears should be as dry as a bone T F yon want to nirercd s&-4- e s? j nil coutaiil less than 10 per cent of 1 In lire joumu't Know it new in liudncu nnd tndu- nioihture. They can remain where nliat III III. Villi. II unit n I1J, Get out of the rut; ret on tlic tiring line. RccJ they dried or be stored In mouse-probarrels, boxes, or crates during the winter, but in either case they must not be exposed to a damp atmosphero.for they will absorb moisthemmt Intrrrntlnirnnil incfiil minilnc and ture and be injured. Some farmers Hie b.iL'eU moncy'i worth. Ktcry moulu 300 Picture! 300 Article placo the thoroughly dried seed ears new in tho center of a wheat bin and ill! nil for onlylJcentt. All tlic ami n Mem ami In leu. In Invention! in electricity nutomoliilet ami aeropl.inei, in tliopwork and bin with loose dry wheat. the in farmlnr, nutl in unuliinery. In localities where weevils and Haw to make thinct t home, to pnxe every grain moths lujuro stored grain, the montli, Inclwliiiz rrfrlfrratorj, poultry houv, furniture, nutomoliile f hop rcp.Ur, etc. thoroughly dry seed ears bhouhlitbo Mrtr. It li full of It U written In plain Lnaluli for men anj bor". restored in very tight mouse-proo- f IS Centi a Copy $1.50 a Year ceptacles with 1 pound of moth balls fiet It from n newiulenler or write direct to or nnphtnleiu inclosed for each bushl'opuLirbcicnceMonflily. MS Fourth Ae., N.Y. rnpp Yt t t cpy frt f II Tea itad 2c.itacp el of corn. This quantity tightly InfixllC, Ur tMUi(t tad Bcaliaa UMi pj;wr. closed with corn will prevent damage from these insects and will not injure the seed. If at any timo signs of weevils or grain moths show on the corn, it should bo Inclosed with curium blsulphifl in practically airtight rooms, bins, boxes, or barrels for 4S hours. The bisulphld should lie placed in shallow dishes or pans pint on top of the seed. Ono-haIs sufllclcut for a box or barrel holding 10 bushels or less. Ono pound is suinclent for a room or bin 10 FAUM LANDS and City ncBldenccH feet each way. After fumigating the are now Helling at a low cost, ears must be thoroughly aired, takbut don't expect It to be so aling care that no flro is present when ways. If you ever expect to own tho fumigating box is opened. U. S. your farm or your bomo now la Agricultural Letter. the timo to buy. jj,t POWHATAN .WASH1NGT01 t,t DC. itLOFAMERlCAN In a city whtrt toot! tioHlt bound, tht Povrhttan httdi tht It ti flrtt In tht htaru of Its countrymtn, Will prnotlco his profession In tblt and adjoining counties. CominexcltJ and Criminal Practice a Specialty. T WAIpH.HTUATTO.S Crniiiwi'll. Ky ti rrou. Miles llnrtfnril. Ky , STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys nt Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practlco their profession In this and djolnlng counties. Collections, Commercial nnd Criminal Practice Prompt and vlgoross . Specialty. service- Notary in office. ' I I ( tcfineil, The Towlialan elusive, and mtful. lit tied lent location on Pennsylvania Avenue. 18th ami II Streets, makes it a desirable htadquar-tct- a lor IriJal touptes, tourist parties, contentions, Schools and , colleges. The Powhstsa attracts the people ot culture ni education. Its proximity to State, War and Navy Departments, also to many points interest, ol historical matces this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating public. Tht Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at 11. SO. $2.00 and up. Rooms with pri-va- u bath, $2.50, JJ.OO and up. "Write for booklet with rntpr CLIFPORD M. LEWIS,. Manager. O 0 ;GI 0.E.TAYL0R.CL Beaver Dam, Ky. ! Highway and Drainage Design , DR. 0. E. HART SURGEON DAM, KY. ii:avi:u VRTISJ-UNAR- - I iMiiilhfl'i"l'i'iil!'EHLE l! OIlliP Juntos Tji.1 lor's Livery Darn. , KNtelB F HUME " oWnf.I In nl TnADC'MAnnS oMiu PAT CISTS ruin- uriulA THAT PAY. lri.iMUcmtlionuUijr, kt uur itrn.r ihl ltopjuu tufuevrr. "rtch for rn C C "!'rt htiJinlel. oa nu!!tltr F Trrr pnutira. sun PASSINQ RIFCr-CNCCS- . for fir OuIjU noon nn IVoruM llilcnll wrllto B03-SOB I J I I I WASHINGTON, Sovonth Strent, D. C. ' j ' seed-gatheri- Get on the Firing Line GUAHANTKKI) SHKVICK Ono hundred per cent value. Special work for W. WILL YOU TAKE OUR o. w. n. F. Hartford, Ky. Hcpresentlng Continental Marble & Granite Co. DMti Y. F. D. 7. STEVENS, GERMINAL REMEDY BtH.anfaVr'aaaaaaaaamk fccatC::.-- SadHBIr'vw. rJ k Trealcenl for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION HE very FOR ONE MONTH Woman Wanisl ' A riulclc relief lor (hit tired, twealt. (eelin;. nemor coucht, paint In cheit. nicht j of Popular Science Monthly rbice. weilt lunst or ccniumplion. It it Jot nol help yea II cottt yoi nolhlni. c Lock Bot ets OHI0 MEDICAL 00. COLUMHii FOR PERSONAL HVRIRNR Dittolved In water for douche stops pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkhnm Med. Co. for ten year. A healinff wpnder for natal catarrh, tore throat and tore eyes. Economical. KSLLtheCOUCB-and CURE the .UNCS) S Ha fitiaonSnair dcaanas: and tomidJil power. 30c. all drajpin, or ti'pu ty I aaejleTUP.iIqoTcJh Company. Ilnluo. tnail. Maia. , Dr. KiRg'i New Discovery with ! rnoney-makini- .tliftlfUrf OVER 05 YEARS m quli-ui- r ypM ' experience Trial Bottle Free AWDAILTHROATANDLUNQTROUOLES. FOR CSPnW3 GUAIlANTKEn HATTHP-Afl- l Olt MONEY JtEFUMDED. nnvl I f Real lf Estate! aii-oi r.c i i ir ruiru I n. ( mimn luri'utloii la ir ltn ri'iii i llonarlrlcUn iiliilc:il il. IIA'ICLOOt on I I'ruta fjpo.lM 'X iit r eft, m urir t .let 'i. fern &. Co, rcctve I'alenit takcii liiruivli lluiui rrrrdilnodcr, ultlioutciinrso, lullio AnTMlOHnillneaa'-.rtftl- TnAE Marks Dcsicus CoPVIICMTo &c. ' it it vr nllonpiny a ir Ahanilomelyllliitr'iteiI wortly. Ijinrc't elr. B aMi.tlilllllt fiiilall.in II BUT flllll'IIU" J'U llttl. Jernia.lt a IIIUIIIIMI renri lour moiitl-a-. IL tiui'lbyull i.cwailralcra. sciettfinc Jiiiiericam Uitsca ooic C2i V MUNiN&Co.3eB'"NewYork 8U Wttbliuiiou, U. U nnjninia.,ic, 1H ALL COUNTRIC3. Jiiultr i airft vitt II uslilmglcn Jd.l rim. monfy uni " m tfuitni. Pittrt :r.d Inlrlngtraent Practice ucluMvclr. Wntu or critnfl to us at 710 Ujath tXit, uax Valfed 8UU, ratant OXaa, WASKUHGTON. D. C. Kr- PnOCUnr.OANDOEFCNDCOtnuw1! res in ,r. t a miir i Irjw Ul obtAln (Atinta, t wlm uuuAa, r ' I JU IKL. - W IIIIIIIMiL IH III II E MfrMfiflU Lydia K. I'inklmm's Vwretublo Compound for that and was made stronger by its um. After I was married I took tho Compound again for a female trouble and after three months I passed what tho doctor called it growth, lie said it was a miracle that it camo away as ono generally goes under the knife to have them removed. I never want to h without your Compound in tho house." Sirs. 1'imnk Knoul, 1012 l'ulton St., Ilarrisburg, Poim. am feeling st longer than for years. I have :i Hi tin boy eight months old nnd am doing my work all alone. I would net bo without your remedies in tho houso as thero aro nono liku them." Irs. F. E. Yost, 011 Water St., Albert U'a, 31inn. Albert Lea, Minn." For about a year I had sharp pains across rny back and hips and was hardly nblo to movo around tho house. My head would ache and I was dizzy and had no appetite. After taking Lydia K. I'inkhain's Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills, I Hardly Able to Move. 7110 wonderfully. When I was a girl 1 years old 1 Uw5 was always sickly and delicate nnd suffered from H&, Irregularities. Tllruo doctors gave mo up and said fr 'Sf J would go into consumption. 1 took Lydia E. I Pinkham's Wgotnblo Coiniwund and with tho third bottlo began to feci better. I soon became regular nnd I got strong and bhortly after I was married. .Now I have two nico stout healthy children and am able to work hard every day.'" .Mrs. Ci.kmhntina , Three Doctors Gave Her Up. Pittsburg, Pcnn. "Your incdieino has IicIikmI IlllllSillll '.341 w WE HAVE several farms listed in Ohio county and they can be bad for reasonable prices and Ohio Circuit Court. liberal terms. If wo do not H. II. Spurrier, and John Spurrier, have tho particular farm you de- UcCALL PATTERNS Admrs. of the estate of S. J. Wel- , for ttyle, ttranllcltr tn sire wo will mako efforts to get k Celebrated nearly 40 perfect fit,Sold rtlllblilly ler, deceased, IMalntlffs. yeart. in I'earlt W every city and town In the United Mitel tnt It for you. vs. Notice. by direct told Ihat-I CanaJ.i, or nuke.mailSend lor More catalogue.' any other tree IF YOU want to movo to Hartford Mary K. Wcller, et ul Defendants. MAGAZINE whero our children will havo tho HcCAlX'Ssubscribers than any othei faihlon peraons, firms and corporaAll More magaiint million a month. Invaluable. Latadvantage of a good high school tions having claims against tho esest Hylct. patterns, lremillnir, millinery, notify us. 'Wo hnvo houses and plain tewinir.lincy ncedleirork, Inirdrctsine, tate of S. J. Weller, deceased, are ctiVjuette, pood stories, etc. Only W centt t lots for sale nnd bcllevo you can notified to present tho sumo to me nt year (worth double), including a Iree pattern. Subicribc today, or tend lur tample conv. Hclcct ono from our list to your my ollleo in Hartford, Ky., properly Wonderful inducements liking. verified, on or before thu first dny of to Agents, Fostal brings premium cttalonit j and new cash prlieofTcit, Address November, 191 C, WE IIAVH a comfortablo homo in (HE UcCAU CO. KS Co 8 W. 3?la SU NEW VOKk 1 will he in my oflico until said dato Hartford, modern Improvements to receive, hear proof of and audit and a. good garden In cultivaAll claims against said estate. tion for salo or rent, I'luco claims not filed by said dato will be rents tor $10 a month. xoTici:. (mm WwrJ) POPUMMECBMICS V barred. mi mk V Done by order of court lit Its Sep tember torm, 1910, referring said! Cull on or address caso to mo as Master Commissioner, OTTO (J. MAIITIN, Muster Commissioner Ohio Circuit iTINSLEY & BURNETT 13t3 Court. Ileal Kstato Acentx, 'ESeetri! I I I 300 ARTICLES-3- 00 ILLUSTRATIONS Proprcw in lVr"'o.oAJi,0,.V0J invention, Foi Pi.ih.;n...Vi'""A,f',i." I 3uccced v.hcn cvcr7thu.,f else TjIIs. In riuvous p'Of.t.atio'i and female wrakr.cittra they aio the tuiucme rcn.cdy, as l.ue thou-amis Bitters ! - i nd...a .. I'rurtltiil Ili.7iVfnrkTr tmal.u. -- n'.l80 ,t. i"f "" UfiflssT&wm It You Ca" Understand v wm l.olf'".,f.LAl!K''!''' ttv ". vatt itu .. ttUti IL la . jl DuBnaiNo.intiardiior.st.rioyllill.I'itthburg.renn. All women un invited to wrlfo to tho Lycliu 15. IMnlshniii Mertl-cLn- c Co., Lynn, Muds., for pclul advice, It will bo cuulklciitlul. OASTO Rl A Children Ory FLETCHER'S . Hartford, Kentucky. nopubllcan Office. Uoth Phones, FOR KIliNuY, LIVER AND :sauJJtt.r 10 .rnv. smiBs "' ""mo. .. -- r ue' routaiuk. iSSBiSTK tfvZW FOR s It iii the bcot nituicltt over bild u mamomz.nc P0PUH" JIFcha-nTScwor tJrrr'vi-ii'- i counter. f EsSS CHICAGO JIJLtiJgitraMraaKajAi.YnjTr-ri--Tr7- i HHgw"";TfrriT"raf ' amm Tjj&M New Price on Ford Cars! Ford Runabout . $345-0Ford Touring Car . $360.00 0 F. O. B. Detroit. Freight to Beaver Dam $18.00. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. mr yy KftT'j - I iimw Vsr ssa vr2ss Mryj IHffiMW msVli iXPy mmSm) l.4rgtit2lantetrr$o Wo.lw.rtl. BaiUi.f in Remington UMC Pumf Gun (Slide Action) Six snots without reloading, bottom ejection, hammcrlcss, aafe. Remington UMC Steel Lined Shot Shrill "Arrow" and "Nitro Club" in sportsmen's vernacular, the "Speed Shells" everywhere. Get the details (d to the dealer who displays the ReJ Hal! Mark of Remington UMC. the Sitfn of SportsmenV Headquarter in every town. .nnn Sold by your home dealer and 3,250 other leading merchants in Kentucky irith REM Oft,, tit ftnlintt C7.cn i7wjir Otfvtnt, L.trtcant mna Unit i'rtvtniattre and Ammunition, famous for superb (hooting qualities. Remington UMC Autoloading Shot Cun Five shots, limply p resj the trigger for each ihot. solid breech. hammerlcM, aafe. with the modern anus, the modern ammunition of today. The nun J of the shooting public today is centering upon Remington UMC. Men who are after result, arc ctianifintf over to Remington UMC Gun rw ,a rm 'sJl ssssssis' I r You will get better sjiort- - L ..7rfM Tf Remington Armi Unioa MUlEc Cirtriijf Company N- rrtar til Wri nJ smmt.ntttn ilV'uillKPlfitll VKKr9SmSxWMi - York K2aSgfijgjl HKKK IS A GOOD PLACE TO STOP POD LITTLE MONEY- - Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th Tlio Only Hotel in ljouUillic Operated on the Ainerlcun mil) Ihiropcnn l'luns. & 7th AMERICAN PLAN (With Meals) Dooms ultliout Itath but with single, $2.00 75 Rooms single, 2.50 50 llooms CO Front Rooms. single, 3.00 Dooms with Private, Duth: single, 3.00 50 llooms single, 3.50 50 Rooms EUROPEAN PLAN (Without Meals) Itoom.s without Dath but with single, J1.00 75 Dooms single, 1.25 50 Rooms 1.50 CO Front Rooms. single, Dooms with Private Dutli: single, 1.50 CO Dooms single, 2.00 CO Rooms Hot nnd Cold Dunning Wuter. per day; 2 people, $2.00 each per day; 2 people, 2.25 each per day; 2 people, 2.50 each see It and If sho wishes t accept him she comes to tho tattoo expert 'iSsssmssBBIassss.sk.liljM FOR ARMY OF U. S. and has "I lovo bravo Jack Jones" tattooed on tho back of hor hand and lets Jack read It. That breaks says Mrs. Sylvanfa Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In the Ice and tho courtship proceeds. E CAMPAIGN 18 writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's The "professor" added that the URGED TO KILL UP THE tonic. She says further: "Before 1 began to use lovers sometimes camo back to havo TANKS. Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I tho sentenco blinded or covered. Ovthought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able er the writing Is tattooed the Union to dp any of my housework. After taking three bottles Jack or a dragon. of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon o Washington, Oct. 8. Virtually a gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, e campaign thruout the MASl'KH COMMISSIONER'S SALE as well as run a big water mill. Nation is being planned by tho War I wish every suffering woman would give Department to obtain tho 100,00 1 Ohlo Circuit Court. regular army recruits it will bo ne- Mrs. W. P. Her, Admrx., et al Pi'ffs. cessary to enlist annually hereafter Vs. Notice. In order to keep the army up to the W. P. Iler'a heirs, ct ol Dcfts. strength authorized by Congress In Dy virtue of a Judgment nnd orthe reorganization and appropriation der of salo of tlieOhlo Circuit Court bills, according to a now recruiting rendered at tho September term, order made public today. 191C, In the above cause, for the sum Tho order says: "To meet of $2,000 in fnvor of tho Farmer a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, for tho present and tho Imme- State Rank, ot Drookport, Illinois, and it always does me good." diate future, the recruiting service with Interest thereon at tho rate of Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, must be capablo ot furnishing annuper cent per annum from Febtired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanally an avcrago of one recruit per ruary 14, 1014, until paid; also tho ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's thousand of population, and this re- further sum ot $1,012.68 in favor of Ionic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui sult can bo accomplished only by can- J. D. Duke, with Interest thereon at for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing vassing every accessible locality In tho rate of C per cent per annum women for more than fifty years. the United States and establishing from January 5, 1912, until paid, an l thru the aid of available postmasters all cost herein, including tho cost a conveniently located recruiting of this sale, I will offer for salo by agency for such small area." public auction at thY office of the The now plan contemplates estab- Rockport Deposit Dank, Rockport, lishing such agencies in every county Ky., on Saturday, October 14, 191fi, scat. From these bases recruiting at tiic hour of 1:00 p. m., on a credit parties will bo sent to comb the rural of three and six months the follow districts. Tables have been prepared ing described property, to show recruiting officers the exact 10 shares of capital stock of tho number of recruits who should bo Rockport Deposit Rank, being certiobtained in each county and the num- ficates Nos. 77, 55, G8, 54, 40 and ber of men of tho recruiting service 39; which shares of stock were ownto bo sent to each county will bo de- ed by W. P. Her, deceased, and held termined by tho population. Under by the Farmers State Dank of Drook the present strength of the recruit- port, 111., as collateral security. ing service each member of that serAlso 20 shares ot the capital stock vice must procuro tho enlistment of of tho Rockport Deposjt Bank being 100 men a year in order to make up certificates Nos. C7, 58, 59 and GO, the desired total. which shares of the said Rockport 1 ful1 of Iife and ac,lon. ,iIed wi,h the 1 Deposit Dank were owned by W. P. n"e of fine Inspiration and followed 1 A Hacking Cough Weakens the Sys- Her, deceased, and held by J. D. y 250 short stories of adventure, WsliS will make , tem. I Duke, as collateral security, or a Don't suffer with a hacking cough sufficiency thereof to produce the that, has weakeiied your system get sums of money ordered to bo made. a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, The purchaser will bo required to in use over 40 years, and benefiting execute bond with approved security pine Immediately after sale. all who use It, the soothing balsam with tar heal the irritated air This the 27th .day of September, Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' PageJ passages soothes the raw spots, 1910. Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of loosens the mucous and prevents OTTO C. MARTIN, Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best racking the body with coughing. Dr. Master Commissioner. minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone King's New Discovery induces nat13t3 H. P. TAYLOR, Attorney. in the home. 1 here is no age ural sleep and aids, nature to cure . limit to enthusiasm for The you. Three Current Issues Free 2 He Was The Whole of It. Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION Over the wire to tho parsonage let us send you Three Current issues "Hod IJIood" Copy. i 'FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year came this request: From a Pennsylvania local week request. not 12. "The bishop would like to meet at ly: Those who subscribe now, sending $2 evening the pastor, for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION More good reading- than you will "To Certain Residents ot Yard-le- y the church this Sunday School for 1915. will receire The Companion get in any ot the monthly I, Leonard K. Cox, a citizen tho class leader, the Home Calendar FREE. of tho magazines. j of the borough of Yardley, wish to superintendent, tho presidents Cradle Roll and of the young people's SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE notify the residents of the said borMisough that I am attending to my own societies, the president of the THE HARTFORD REPUDLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH business, and that when I require sionary Society, the chorister and the ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. the services of any resident In the sextbn." I'll bo there," was the "All right! conduct of my personal affairs I will so notify them. This article is answer. The Christian Herald. published in responso to the circulation of persistent rumors that I am about to be married. I further FOR FLETCHER'S wish to advise the general public that, If I do get married, It Is none The Republican and Louisville Herald of their d business." RECRUITS NEEDED tcr, or somewhere, whero Lily can It Always Helps HOUSE-TO-HOUS- house-to-hous- CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Get a Bottle Today! (5 to-wi- mSwSlC Great ISCnIsP 5Jr.4HP "ffieYOUTIfS COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 J - Children Cry CASTORI A OUR CLUBBING RATES. fl.3t Globe-Democrat per day; per day; 2 people, 2 people, 2.75 each 3.00 each per day; per day; per day; per day; per day; Hot nnd Cold Dunning Wuter. 2 people, J0.75 each 2 peoplo, 1.00 each 2 people, 1.25 each 2 2 Beware of Ointments for 1.76 The Reptblican and St. Louis Catarrh that Contain Mercury 1.60 as mercury will surely destroy the sense The Republican and Home and Farm of smelt and completely derange tho whole system when entering It through eals. Take outdoor exercise daily the mucous surfaces. Such articles should The Republican and Inquirer 1.76 be used except on prescriptions and your complexion will bo greatly never reputable physicians, as. the damage from 3.50 improved within a few months. Try they will do Is ten fold to the good you The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald m can possibly derive from them. Hall's it. Obtainable everywhere. Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. The kepublicau ana JUauy kj wens Doro inquirer 3.50 Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken Internally, acting Twice-a-Weeupon the blood and mucous surdirectly k O'boro Messenger 1.75 TATTOOING AH THE, Republican and buying Hall's The system. For a Muddy Complexion. Take Chamberlain's Tablets and adopt a diet ot vegetables and cerTwice-a-WeekOwensbo- ro GO IN GREAT DRITAIN people, peoplo, 1.25 each 1.60 each THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. European Plan Only. Dooms Without Dath, 91.00 ami npf Dooms With Private Dath, $1.50 uiul upRest Eating Place In Town. The Loulsvlllo Hotel nnd tho Old Inn are located in tho wholesalo walk to tho rotnll district and theaters. district and only a LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. M ailllElIlHlHllSiiaiHEieilllllHIlS (I s 9S Vaoderbilt Training School for Boys s IU X9 B bLMUN, IVY. Will help parents develop their sons into tho best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and comes from the best homes in Iho South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should bo mude early. Tlace your son in this select gioup of boys. Write m m m u w m m m B M3THENEY & BSTTS A. For cataloguo and information. Box ft StVT. London, Oct. 7. A craze for tat tooing Is sweoplng England. Both rich and poor havo taken up the fad. Kng George was ono of the pioneers. The king, tattooed with but terflies, dragons and Hags on his arms, by a Japanese artist several years ago. Today there is hardly a society man or woman who docs not hoar some indelible emblem. When war was declared and the manhood of England rushed to the colors a number of tattoolsts opened little shops In working class districts and started tattooing tho names of their customers on their arms for tho small sum of six cents. Originally this was dono ns a precaution, as they could bo idcntlllcd In caso anything happened to them at the front. Tho crazo soon spread. Husbands had their wives names indelibly punctured on their arms nnd wrlsla with such mottoes us "Mary Jane, my dear old wife, always thinks of Jimmy Ulades, her soldier husband, Aug. 21, 191U." or "I'll never kiss unother girl till I como homo to juy old Dutch." propose' Some bashful youths through having tho names ot tholr Dulclucas tattooed on their wrists. This strango method of lovemaklng was described by a "professor" who at ono time used to practico at Coney Island. Prick "I tovo sweet Lily Smith," a youth will say, "on mo, wheroovory one can see It." Ho lays down six cents (threo pence) and tho Job 13 done. Then, ho puts his hand on a coun- - faces ot the In Catarrh Cure bo sure you get the genuine. It Is taken internally and made in Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists. Price 73c per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. O NOTICE. Rowell Priters' Supply Co., ct nl Plaintiffs. Vs. Notice. W. S. Tlnsley and S. T. Darnott, Administrators of tho cstato of C. M. Darnett, deceased, ot al., Defend- 1.75 The Republican and Kentuclcy Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Address all orders to , THE REPUBLICAN. THE SEWING MA "TUNE OF QUALITY. ants. All persons, firms and corpora-Jon- s having claims against tho cstato of C. M. Darnott, .deceased, aro notified to present the stain o to me at my ofllco in Hartford, Ky., properly verified, on or boforo tho first day ot November, 1910. I will bo in my ofllco until said date to receive hear proof of and audit claims against said estate. All claims not filed by said dato will bo NEW NOT USE LIY-VER-L- AX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. Feel right all tho time. Don't lay oft from work for days by taking calomel kccp3 yoi when pleasant on your feet, whiloreliovingyour trout Jo. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't tako anything else. You can't afford sysit Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nattem and relieves constipation. ural remedy, natural in itsuctions, sura in iU effect and certain in results. It will won't be long beforo Liu- - Vet-La- x completely uisplaco calomel in evcrf home. Children can tako it freely an with perfect Bafety. Every bottlo euar antced. 50c ond $1 in bottles. Nona genuine without tho likeness and Bisna turo of L. K. GrlgsbyV For salo by J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Ky IiV-Ver-- Ia SOLD barted. UNDER ANY Dono by order of court at Its September torm, 191G, roferrlug said caso to mo as Master Commissioner. OTTO C. MARTIN. Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit 13t3 Court. s OTHER NAME. HOME Quality Considered it is tho WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purcluwo tho NHW HOMK you will havo a life ussa nt tho price you pay, and will not lmvoan endless chulu of repairs. Cheapest Young er necessary outbuildings. In the end orchard, strawborry bed and other pleasing features. It bonds carry to buy. Inter-counsS) seat plko will bo near. w See, or wrlto Tlnsley & Darnett, If vou wiuit a sowing machine, wrlto for our latest catalogue before you purcluuo. Hartford, Ky., for further ty Bli For Sale. A 1G0 aero farm '4 miles east of. Hartford, on tho border of tho oil Holds. Good dwelling, barn and oth- rraw-Trls- ' Tbe New Horns Sswinc Mm Co., Orange, Mass.' For pains In thr back a Is Dr. Mitts' Autl-me, PUML K4 ( 2,tHv- - tALHOUN SOCIETY BOY KILLS FELLOW GUEST LATEST WAR NEWS ture found a sample picked up at random of tho troct to assay 12 1- -2 -- .,. M. A per cent solublo potash. An assay mado in tho United States of n sample Is said to hove showed 24 per Tuesday. cent ond another 10 per cent. The Bor-ll- n TraBAylvanin. According to salt found Is oxld of potasslqm.whllo ABUUPTIiY WIIKM tho ttumnnlons arc retreating. tho chomlcal obtained TARTY ICJI front the faIX Tho Teuton recaptured Toerzburg, mous Gorman mines Is chloride of JIU UltHIi KKSUITK MNCI TKAK1)Y. fifteen miles southwest of Kronstadt. potash. Enormous quantities of volcanic j, HeHiln. In considerable force the breccia seems to be the sourco of tho Itlv-c- r Serbians havo crossed the Cerna Calhoun. Ky., Oct. 8. A houso potash. It appears that the enorinto Serbia ond captured Skochi-vi- r mous volcanic bent separated tho party attended by 100 of McLean ond other positions. tounty's leading citizens ended abpotash from tho nlumlua. At tho ruptly last night when two of the eastern cud of this volcanic outflow Oalirla. Considerable hard fight I is n manganese mine, while mime-dlatcl- y gsests, Mans Gibson and Arthur ing Jias taken place In the region Hoyden, became Involved in a fight, south has been discovered a west of Lutsk, but tho results are flow of oil with u specific gravity of which resulted In Hoyden's death. clouded by contradictory reports. While most of the guests were as(12, which Is practically gasoline. sembled in the home of Hoyden's The discovery of Cuba's potash Held Somine. Violent reciprocal bom- was due to the fact that the ordinary cousin, Claude Whittnkcr, Gibson and bardments arc' in progress, and In- scrub palm, which commonly grows Haydcu were (n o group of men on fantry attacks havt. taken place. the front porch. Gibson accused 20 to 30 feet high, here grows 100 Hoyden of using profane language feet and over. A Chicago concern Made from Cream of Tartar Wednesday. within hearing of the women. An which has a fertilizer plant at The argument 11 to a quarrel. Submarine Issue. Submarines of is said to have an option on NO ALUM-- NO PHOSPHATE belHgrtrent Powers visiting Ameri- the whole 10,000 acres. men s'rnggled from the porch and can k a tors will be accorded the Into the yard. A moment later Gibson Clitorcd that tlio Wartern world would have treatment which is their duo ns warIt Is Often This the house and declared he had cut i lo iuteruosa tire barrier of Protection ships under international law. Tills lit our account of the Livingston- Haydcn. He carried a small pocket . prevent boluir swain ned by chean fact has been made known to the Hoff wedding In last week's hsue cnf knife In his hand and pointed to a Vtltvniu labor, was aot so wide of Entente Allied Powers by the State reporter Intended to state that "af bruise on his forehead, inflicted, ho tho mark after oil. San Francisco Department at Washington In answer ter a brief wedding trip the newly to an Identic memorandum from married coupfo would make thulr said, by brass knuckles used by Hay-do- Chronicle, Great Britain, Franco. Russia and home at the Old Manse." but through Guests rushed to the yard. Hoyden was dead. His Jugular vein AMBASSADOR OKUAIID Japan asking that submarines of ev a typographlcaT error which escaped W6B severed. SJLKNT AS TO VISIT ery character he prevented from the proofreader,, and wlrtch we reavailing themselves of the use of gret exceedingly. "Old .Manse" was t Gibson went to a telephone" and New York, Oct. 10. James YV. neutral waters and that such vessels made to read "Old Man's.'"- - Wects j.JeU)nyShorllT W. A. ShncklefortJ of American Ambassador to entering neutral harbors be intern- port .V, Y.) Sentiiml. his ncf. Mtil a short time later wa Gerard, arrested antf brought hero and hold Germany, upon his arrival here to- ed. To a seemingly implied warn.Making I'p I'n) I oil. in jail on a ohaYiro of murder. His day, 'declined either to nfflrm or de- ing in the Entente Allied noto that ny published reports that he was re- American submarines might be mls- plea Is selfilefcnstf State Sunerinteniltiit V. O. Gilbert" Whlttakcr's home is about three turning to the United States on a taken by Allied warships for enemy certlfylB tho October distribution miles north of Calhouif. Both Gib- peace mission on behalf of tho Em- Htilinmrliina. tlm Slntn lloniirf ment OI - .,. r..- -. lllU DIHII.' KCI1UUI IUI1I1, UIUUUIII- announces that responsibility for the inR to $r. 5 0,75 5. 4 9. of which 44S.- the peror of Germany. bon and Haydcn were among Mr. Gerard's attention wa called failure of a warship tor distinguish 07G.2ti goes to tho comities and ber.t known of the young fanners of McLean county. They were good to a story which appeared this morn between submarines of neutrals and $102,079.23 to tho cities for tin pay friends. Their farms ore located ing In the New York World to the belligerent nationality "must rest of Uacherr, within a short distance of each other effect Hint hia errand was to inform entirely upon the negligent poww" and the two nieu'went to Whlttakcr's tho adttflnlstraiion.that a renewal of Business Scholarship. Western Front. Iu lighting south party together. Witnesses said both submarine activity is being considWe have for sale, u scholarship. men had been drinking. ered by1 Germany in a manner which of the Somme Kirer, the Frencfi' good for a complete tours in elthr re troops captured" the village of Ho- - r Bookkeeping and '"Accounting or years old. Fol might threaten German-America- n Hoyden was-2- 3 lowing the fight his body was tak- lations. Mr. Gerard, after qulckfy- - veut, tbe north and west outttklrts of f Stenographers. Course in tire Owen- AMaincourt, and arso the greaiter part 1)0 ro Cosiness ft. Industrial! College. en into the house and o Coroner's in- glancing througn this story, said: quest was held at once. The verdict "You don't see me quoted any- of Xho Chaufnes wood. Prisoners to- For particulars- apply at Republican, ttho number of 1,200 were taften In office. was that he- had come to his death where in it, doyou? tf tho operation1, according to tin ofll-ei- al by a. knife' wound Inflicted by GibTo questions put to tbe Ambassacommunication. son, but the jury was dor by reporters who met him at ovkiu. thk: as to the- - responsibility for the trou- quarantine he repliVtf" fn-- Bankruptcy. boy's; Xcfae ble. "It is useless to question: me, Two-thlsof the world's- - correTn the EHstrtct Court of the UhOM Gibson is 20 years old. He would I cannot say a word."" is hi the Englls&i lanspondence not discuss the trouble today further "The length of my stay here is not States for the Western District; of guage. than to say (hat Hayden had struck yet determined, neither! hare I made Ivtntucky. In the matter of Flavins Owen Bahim a severe blow with the brass any plans." ho addcdV "I expect to OU1 rags aril used iu makinic Imgo to Washington, but when E do not ker, a bankrupt. knuckles and that he acted in itation leather. On this 10th day of October A- - D, Few Incidents in recent know, am glad to be home though." 1916, on considering: the petitloai at years have aroused such exciteSheep dogs are. freu from tax. In tho aforesaftC bankrupt for dischane, tho United Klugdo-u- . ment. 1'nOGIWM OK SUiND.tY m SCHOOL COWVEKTIoy fllcd' on th 3rd day i October. A. The Ileal Orental Mennce. U.. uiu, It is urut-ra- i uf u.u tuUu blubber will Qw One day last week Tho Chronicle , To lie held at Central Grove Bp- - that aniearfnr be hatf upon the suno-- yeW 2f)0 gn,lons ))t oll printed a letter from Paris, furnish- tlst Church Sunday, October 29, 1D1G. on tne iotu aay oi iovuniaer, ui, ed by the Associated Press, in which l&tff, btifonr said crnirt at Loaife-vll9:30 a. m. Local S. S. i!teJti. He Dives Fur- IIU Fish. in- sati dliitrict, ar 10 o'clock- In the writer said he "was astonished to 10:00. Song and prayer. Jake Cullman, a. , - as ilnd .great numbers of Russian sol10:10. Welcome Address 1L. G. the forenoon-- or as nuar theretoand "hall player. Is al(iu. fisherman diers clothed from head to foot In Snell. practicable, and tlmfx notice thereby hangs ai tale. Yestenday aniforms made in Japan, not only be publfsfied one tfme In HartUird' J. A- - rt 10:20. Response--EId- ".. Ashing trip to Cwlar Itepublicatu x newspinmr printed Ihi Cullman took a nco have much luck. the tunic ajA trousers but even the lard. Lake, but did legging They carried on their 10:30. of School. En- - said district, and that all known Before leaving forborne Cullmaiutla-cide- d creditors and other paraona In Irtfor- Japanese guns. Their rollment of messengers. fibo'Aiilers a, dfiaud while diving lajtridge belts were fllled with cart Reading Minutes, and ap- -, est may appear at saiu muo ami near ttaka mill, collided with n ul 10:50. the old ridges made In Japan. Their leather pointment of committee of three on pface an show cause, ir any eney iDlckerel. Tho flh. stunued by tho ' have, why the prayer of said petirJun- belts and' bucMes were from Japan, Banner. blow, rose to the surface and was they shoes and the sWU hobnail ii:00. Doctrlnal Sermon Eld. er should not bo granted. "Walter Ev- - captured by Cullman. ' Witness tho Honorable wore were from hides gathered In 7,, Ferrel Cullman was nearly stunned by the ajis.. Judce of saW Court, and the- tforea and made Into shoes In Ja- 12:00. Noon, shock of tho collGifon with tho fhU. pan." 1:15 p in. Song by male quar- - seal thereof, at Owcnsboro, In said but recovered In time to mak- - a district, on tho 10th day of October. Just why tio facts stated should tette. captive et tho picBflI. occasioned surprise It would be Tho S. S. Teachers Quall- - A. I- - 191C. have 1:30. The truthfulness of this stftr- b m,r A. C ROXALD, Clerft. was flcatlons TJU, iv. fi. Vircaf, T- ldifficult to tell. It certainly m. vouched for by Cullmau, who disM. E. DWNN. D. C. information on the For not for lack played they fish In a store window As corty as December 13, su'i.'N'Ct. 2:00. Sopg and offering. here Tho fish weighed 22 pounds. HuslittN Knllurc!. 2:10. How to Arouse tho Mission !lS95 the San Francisco Chronicle West Bend (WT) Cor. Phllbdel-phi- a Bradstreet's of September 30 rean article filling six pages Spirit in the Church Through the. S. published Record. ports tho busluoss failures In tho or more of the paper under the title: S. Alvin Ross, E. A. Carter. for tho week ending 2:35. Report of Committee on United States Quaker Quips. "The Orientals as Manufacturing September 28 and for correspond A few weeks later It Banner. Competitors." Many a man has strained hhj ecs years, us fol 2:40. What are our greatont lng weeks In previous looking: out for number one. was reprinted in its entirety as UnitW. M. Fair. E. lows: S.T needs In our S. ed States Senate Documont 311. Week ending Weeks Cor'p'dlng M. Morton. Congress, first session. You may generally stop a teaman's to this week Sept.28,Sept.21 any of our S. S. go 3:10. Why do tears by telling her trying- - will It was devoted in the main to 1910 191C 1915 191i 1013 1912 of Into winter quarters.' Oscar Ashby, growth .. nviti'iun thn Industrial 97 make her nose red. 90 6ti 104 80 Middle B4 Japan. Its opening sentence: "1 its Jake Wilson, ytts Kiuuio. England 3:30. How uao tho lltorature dur- - New chronicle for r.everal yours past has The fellow who marries foir tnonqy 23 1G 24 30 29 24 Elder T. T. iiiK tho S. S. hour? calling attention 10 uiv is more Intent on winning, a glrl'.i bcuu Southern of Oriental competition." Indicated Ross, A. 1J. Tlchenor CO hand than her heart. 38 04 09 73 77 4:00. Ruslness. Announcements Tho article had a curiou3 bcopo. its Western By tho tlino a man la 40. If he recaption at tho Eaht. whero tho and adjournment. 54 G2 40 57 71 54 Como to Central Grovo on this day Knowledge of what was doing in Judoesn't get rid of his cu.icelt it has Northwestern derUod from and boost tho S. S. work. . lian was principally 12 bocome chronic. 15 18 25 27 33 UlRCH SHIELDS, ttllbert and Sullivan's charming op- Far AVostorn W M FAIR, Editors were KIiik )tt era, tho "Mlliado." 2G 23 17 30 Commlttco. London, Oct. 12. Former KIiir Krottily uniusod at the suggestion that -- &A1 Otto, of Bavaria, who bus beou tho people ve compelled to opon ,,. r.n il.ut wn nduht soil them FOl'NTY 1THOUT ANY Total 278 301 270 290 230 208 .1.. for many yoawhas died sudIn spito of war export prosperity denly, according to a Copenhagen ONK TOSKP.VH rAI'KKS tho product of our fartorltm should v the commercial facilities in tho wcok I dispatch to tho Eichango Telegraph bo rmardii(L as compotlton, and not 28, 191G, woro ending Soptembcr Grwnfcburg. Ky., Oct. 9. Tho Free-- i Company, quoting u Berlin omciai fow.of them Urrod with tho than In tho same announcement. The mud King died county bin more 'numerous that lie or Sharltt of Green brtmli openly charged on woek of 1913, when a Protcctivo Tarat Fuerstenrled Castle, near Munlcii, tho intomoiita made, which, by tho bcui vqo."t tor nearly forty yeais iff was in operation. way, were uli .properly credited, were account ot cUe raw'oad bonuod where ho bus been coullned since o Th Circuit Judgt durfigments of Protectionist lmuKlmt-tlou- . 1873. ulCIIKS IX .NEW ing this tlm tut.s appolutud an Ellbor SEEK King Otto was bpru on April 2J, POTASH FIELDS OF CU11A now 1848, and succeeded his brother, Thrt vh njuch prophecy In tho to oxeuutti court papuw, butnone tho apLudwlg II.. In 188G. Ludwlg II. was artlolu, but It was of tho unlsplrcd Elisor liasi reiignod and Havana, Cuba, Oct. 7. Something In his placo and now there sort. It was all based on observa- pointed in gold also Insane and drowned himself American llko tho Starnborg Lake. , King Otto was of tblug.1 accomplished by tho Is no olllcer In the county to make tion rush has, occurred lit Cuba slnco It on November 5, 1913, and was Jupauusu oiid warranted the assump arrests or to oxecute court papers. 01 was iolbod about that ten thousand by the present monarch, Hint tho reul uiunocu from that There is . largo accumulation tion acres. of land 100 miles east of here succeeded nn.-irtwould not be of tho hort hiieU papeis In the Clerk's gillco to Ludwlg III., formerly rogont. potcol-bhavo a rich percentage of solublo which Woolsoy depleted In his book, j bo oxecuted. No taxei have been couuty for throo years ash. Americans have- been prominent weapons in tho would' bo inndu with the Injured In Huiimtuy. questera tax- - among the j uh none can be collected, unless Owensboro, Ky., Oct. 12. In a of Industriulibiu, o who have hurried to tho district In In export s aroTttso collected to pay the Tho natuio of the growing or in runaway on Wednesday afternoon about 350,-th- question, becking to buy, lenso of, Jupau proves conclusively toad debt, which now city, W. M. Barnett was thrown way ocqulro an interest In tho years 000. An effort Is boing made to some other tho writer of twenty-ou- o from his wagon and sustained. injursubscriptions to tho new "Eldorado." may prove fatal. ago know what ho wus talking ubout, raise the money by The Cuban department of ogrlcul- - ies which and tho declurutlon ho then wade, satisfy tho debt. J More Leather for AKlN3 Warmth 1 Comfort provide Heavier Shoes and Higher Top Shoes to guard our health and keep us comfortable. There is no item of our wearing apparel that means more to us than our Shoes. Nothing we have to buy to wear has advanced more than good leather shoes. For this reason great quantities of inferior shoes are on the market that cost you from 50c to $1.00 of what a good shoe will cost you. We are hanging on to our old reliable shoes that years of experience iiave taught us are all right, and even at the advance means economy and satisfaction for our customers, TAKE NO CHANCES! Supply your Shoe necessities from our stock where yourinterest will be' carefully guarded and nothing but good shoes will be recommended. POWDER Absolute! Pure THE cool weather admonishes us as Uj. n. t .- ! - - wrcu self-defen- t. le - - - al f Col-Repo- Queen Quality Shoes For Women Possess all tho style and more wearing qualities than ytuyether shoes for women in this country, price con- sidered. I 1 'f f j. - King Quality Shoes For Men Shuudiffor everything that it takes to make a stylish, g Shoe for men. good-wearin- I Biliken Shoes For Children Are the embodiment of everything it takes for comfort and service in children's shoes. v.-- , ll. Heavy Work Shoes for Men, Strictly Heavy Winter Shoes for Ladies, Boys and Children that will stand the mud and cold. Shoes for every purpose can be had in our shoe department. . In-sa- no I de MenVShoes Ladies' Shoes . $2.50 to $7.50 -2.00 to 7.00 Boys' Shoes - - - 2.00 to 3.50 Children' Shoes all prices, according to size, from - $1.00 to $3.50 - We Shoe the Whole Family. r I ut roll-trad- E. P. Barnes & Bro. w Beeoer DamfKy. ot iiwwvivvviwvwvwwvw u . v XXXst