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BIG RECEPTION HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., TRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1916, known that that was meant; and, further, when notlco was published with respect to tho action threatened, I would have nuulo It known In terms uncqulvocahlo and unmistakable, that wo woujil'not tolerate a continuance of friendly relations thru the ordinary diplomatic channels If that action wero taken and the Lusltanla, sir, would never have been sunk." Kvery sentence of Mr. Hughes' reply ovoked tumultous applause. Tho crowd cheered for several minutes when Mr. Hughes finished and the man who asked the question inn do himself quite inconspicuous. m No16. "BOYS FINE FEATHERS DON'T MAKE FINE BIRDS. i FOR ROOSEVELT REAT MER I crowds greet despite dowx pour. IS for-reside- nt ting back tho $1,327,699.50 used out ALL WELL of the Treasury, (not to buy coal, food, and such llko, as he would have you think) but to complete, build adTHE ditions to, put in elevators, etc., in the great Providence Hospital, over which the U. S. Government has no Yours .truly, control. SAYS CAPTAIN SHOWN ON Afc JAMES II. WILLIAMS. RIVAL IN ILVRTFORD WED-- .' NESDAY. HEAVY SHIPMENTS OF LIVE STOCK MADE W BORDER" I ADDRESS AViys VIGOROUS VjirlllatltiK Timidity Muikcil Killed While Hunting. Atlmlnlstrutlnu'N Dealings Except Albany. Ky.. Oct. 18. While out With Llttlo Haiti. hunting near Aaron, this county, Jnck Hoover, a young man, killed It Is said that himself accidentally. - he started to shoot a rabbit and his Theodore Roosevelt's visit In Lougun f"Jvtllf lust night wns nn unlntcrrupt- - foot slipped and he fell and the efwas discharged, the shot taking K ovation from the hour of his ar rival until that or his departure. The fect in his heart, killing him instantoombluod elements of jealous nature, ly, m i United In a demonstration of Inclc- anenry, could not chill 'thu ardor of QTITC UC 4 11011 ARTFPS his welcome. Dank rain fell and clfllP I A I L nLftUIJUU I LUG vlttds blew unheeded as assembled IS SOME BUSY PLACE multitudes paid homage of affection to tnelr distinguished guest. n His reception was wonderful tremendous testimonial of, devotion. CORDIAL WELCOME AWAITS EV- More than that, It was "bully." Ted KKV VISITOR ON' FOURTH dy nald so, himself, as ho burst into FLOOR OK SEELHACH. Knccato exclamations of unchecked pleasure at the welcome extended Jilm. Evan In Baltimore American. Republican headquarters on the The failure of President Wilson to fourth tloor of the Seelbach Hotel In .protect or avenge the lives of AmeriIs some busy place these can citizens in Mexico or abroad was Louisville. days. If Chairman Petty is engag- HARTFORD PEOPLE WILLIAMS MAKES hold up for the scorn of all ed In conversation with five hundred Kentuckiana by Col. Theodore from out in the or more visitors Jlooseveit in a vigorous address at State you will bo met at the door STATEMENT GOOD MAKE DISCOVERY Phoenix Hill Park last night. reception rooms by an assistThe vacillating timidity which has of the and in less than three seconds i marked the Administration's deal-din- ant you will begin thinking that you own with all foreign Powers, except controlling stock in tho company. It FIND IL.1IR, CLOTHES AND HONES Proof of authenticitho helpless little republic of Haiti, OF "POTATO PATCH" hospitality. Men are Is genuine RURIEI) IN MUDDY and to which the great loss of Amer- mingling, shaking hands, tulkiug ovDECLARATION. WOODS. ican lives and property Is attributaer tho situation and suggesting and ble, was the chief subject of Col. working out plans to carry Kentucky Roosevelt's address. Hughes and Fairbanks November Other subjects discussed by tho for OFFICERS ARE NOTIFIED APPROPRIATION IS CITED tho, tariff and the 7th. Colonel included over You decide to look around Adatuson bill. In talking of tho faryour property and looking into oue of mer ho precipitated a tumult of ap- ' rooms you aro dumfound-- . Rush to Scene With Health Officer Says .lohn&on Has NevcJuid What plause by calling attention to the the other He Would Do In Regard to The oil. Tho hum of tho Underwoods Where n Careful Investigation fact that the present chairman of $1,:$27,09D.50. Girls, I.s Made. like a country saw mill. tho Democratic County Campaign sounds looking ones too, are Hitting good Committee also was chairman of the tho busiest little Mayor's Relief Committee which here and there things you ever saw. There "are Hartford, Ky., Oct. 19, 191G. mado a. futile attempt to copo with Wltllo coon hunting In Muddy bot many things to do and each one has conditions of unemployment in Lou toms, near Hartford, Friday night To the Democratic voters of the a specialty. Fourth Congreslonal District: isville following tho passage of the. men detected some very An Ohio countaln Is especially nt two local In my article of September 18th, Democratic tariff bill. His speech lino hair scattered over tho ground, Is Alvis Dennett, soc'printed in The Hartford Republican upon the Adamson bill followed the home for there upon Investigation were startled ietal-. and John Thomas, publicity, and lines of his previous utterances on they belloved to be hu- September 22, 1916, I said: and vhilo they, too, are working llko to find what "Further, I have on a slip of paper subject. this man bones wrapped In some old irail they take a little time off to chat clothes. They concluded at once that In my vest pocket the, names of eight Auditorium Is Killed. with ono from home. Politics comes good Democrats, who heard Mr. Col. Roosevelt was heard by an II rat. They want to know Just what there had been a murder and that Johnson say when he was down here somo prowling animal had dug up which tilled the Phoenix Hill majority will be given In November. in the summer, 'I have a potato patch auditorium to overflowing. Thous- One musn't take much time from tho remains of the victim. It was not ono of those black, sul- d n well cultivated and you fellows ands were unable to find either scats theso fellows for they aro hard nt it. down hero can go to h 1 so far as or standing room in tho hall. Thous- You pass on down the hall to tho en- try, nights of which Shakespearo was I am concerned.' " On the contrary so fond of telling. ands of others, after taking part In trance and Tom Cooke yells, "hurry The Herald of yesterday says: the moon was shining very brightly tbo great demonstration, gave up na back." "The Hartford Republican, in Its and tho air was fresh but the unless tho attempt to enter tho park One staggers slightly from tha unearthing such a terri- labored effort to create political jit all. Within the auditorium tho whirl. No, not that, for J. Dnrle-co- thoughts of Congressman agahist ble tragedy was upsetting to tho predjudice crowd was packed so closely that the has absolutely no place In Re The long Johnson, continues to quote somo lanmovement of un Individual caused a publican Stato Headquarters. Any- - nerves of tho hunters. guage attributed tp Mr. Johnson by wavo of motion to pass thru those ono ciSOi however, always finds a white hair was undoubtedly that of It says max ba Tho fact that tho body Mr. J. H. Williams. an infant. portions of tho hall whore tho audi- - ''welcome. When a welcome la had been wrapped in the old clothes wo want to deny this. Mr. Williams was standing. served. and then buried indicated that the was called on for tho names of tho This big nudienco and the over-- 1 murderer had worked with coolness eight Democrats whom ho claims How gathering which ho addressed NIXE LIVKS LOST. and deliberation. Tho thoughts of hoard tho statement made and wo Inter "greeted Col. Roosevelt's utterfive of the num-bances with tremendous enthusiasm In Kli-- Which Dest roved Manurae-- I tho silent two wero ns ono this havo Interviewed A. C. Porter, Rowan must bo brought to juschlldklllor Almost every sentence was followed tilling Plant. tice; this willful murder must be Holbrook, Ozua Shultz, John D. by an outburst and at times tho hall Wilson and J. C. Her, and each one avenged. rang with tho bhouts of approval and j New York, Oct. IS. Two moro In low tones a short consultation of theso say that Mr. Johnson mado speaker. nfioctlon hurled nt tho bodies wore found today in tho uso of no such lnnguago In tliolr Loulsvlllo Herald. ruins of tho Oakes Dyo Manu-- ' was held and tho hunters mado their presence ns that quoted by Mr. way silently to Hartford vvhero an facturhig Company's plant in Queens-- I Williams In Tho Hartford RepubHUGHES ANSWK.HS HECKLER borough, bringing tho number of vic- officer was notified of tho discovery any ono doubts this, we reOX LUSITAXLV DISASTER tims up to nlno. Tho dead, or whom that 01190 mado public, so they be- lican. If fer him to uny of tho abovo named of six wero young women, Included lieved, would Btart thousands gentlemen." Charles Kvans hughes was Inter- Harry C. Cook, forty-tw- o years old, tongues to wagging. It was thought I want to say that In rupted during his speech in Louis-v'H- o treasurer of tho company, and tho beat to await tho coming of day to Two 1 havo a written statement from mako further Investigations. Thursday night when some ono chlof r, threo assistant II, Dames to. tho offect in tho audlonco asked this question tho telephone opora- - officers and tho two hunters departed Judogo W. early tho following day for Muddy that Mr. Johnson did uso substnn-bottom- s you with nil respect, wnat tor and three stonographors. "I ask j tially tho lnnguago above. In nn automobile. would you have done when tho Lusl-lunl- u ( Invostigator8 today expressed be-- . tho In Justico to Judge Karnes, I want As tho machlno upproached seo If you. can an- lief that those who perished tarrleJ was sunk ' means tho swer this." savo tho company's sccno of tho discovery tho group to s,a.y that ho was by no in nn effort to John-Tho- y minutes tho crowd books, which wore found preserved waited with breathloss spcctatlons. first ono to inform 1110 that Mr. For several approached tho eon had made uso of the abovo Jan-ctalighted and would not lot tho man complete tho In a safo, nnd wore then overcomo by Knnipnnn limit over nnd nick- for tho fact Is. It was com- question. There wore yells of, "put acid fumes before tho llames reached I very much mon street talk for several days bo ed up a bono. "It looks him out," etc. Mr. Hughes mado It nora human," spoko ono foro I talked to Judge Dames about utidorstood, hovvovor, thut ho deslr-- j Tho property loss Is estimated at llko the bono of a cjtl thut tho question bo asked. Qulelc upwards jot tho physician officers. They dug tho matter. of $170,000. I Now, Mr. Herald Editor, A. C. Porinto, tho llttlo gravo. Further" evi- its a liasu ins answer rung lorui, ' Speedy AlrMilp. denco was found. Ono physician ter, Ozna Shults, Rowan Hplbrook, "Sir, I would have had the Stato Do- J. C. Her, John D. Wilson, or any nurtment, at tho very beginning of Romo, via Paris, Oct. 18. Italy smiled at tho other. dog must 0110 olso who doubts that I have the Whoever owned tho llttlo thu administration, bo equipped as now possesses a typo of warship to to command tho respect of tho world. whose speed Is three times as great havo been very devoted to It because abovo statement, If you will come givmy drug iHoro I will show It to you. Next, I would havo so conducted our as that of tho greatest transatlantic upparont pains had been taken In Further, tho Herald says Mr ing tho animal a decent canlno burforeign affairs as to show our words liner, according to the Glomalo Johnson knows of $500,000 moro he peace and good will, nnd the Ha. Tho sea'trlal of tho first of theso ' ial. Tho party returned. A vow was 1b going to put back la the Treasury, protection, at all events, of tho lives ships to be completed was witnessed of the papor. takon to remain silent but somehow but I call your attontlon to the fact and property of American citizens, by a correspondent sprung and you have that he, nor the Herald haVever said And next, when I said "strict account Three others nro building. All of a tiny look was story. what ho was golug to do about put- tho Hbllity" every nation would have ho now vessels will uso oil fuel. Glasgow, Ky., Oct. 18. Eighteen cars of stock have been shipped from Glasgow In tho past forty-eighours, all but ono going to Cincinnati or Louisville. The regular trains were unable to handle all tho stock land a special train was sent out with seven cars. Seventy cars of livestock were shipped from Glasgow during tho month of Sqptember and broke the record for the year, as tho average number of cars each month has been about forty. MAKE Kentucky GOOD Brigade ON Makes HIKE Highest Rating on Marcli of Over Hun- dred Miles. J BRITAIN NOT TO ACT IN VISCOUNT (1-53 CASE GREY SAYS U. 8. NOUNCEMENT WILL DE AWAITED. AN- -d gs offers ' ty iftndon-- , 17. The British Oct. government will iot maVe any official representation to the United States' concerning the German subpending an announcemarine U-ment of Its attitude by the American Government said Viscount Grey, Secretary of State tot Foreign Affairs in the House, of Lords today. The question concerning tho German submarine raid In American waters was raised by Baron Charles Dersesford, former. commander of the British home fleet; Earl Grey, former Governor General of Canada, and others. Baron Beresford asked KvKether British cruisers were remov ed from American waters owing to American objections and if so what steps tho Government proposed for the protection of British vessels. Ho criticized the submarine reply as at least curt and said the American Ideas of neutrality were curious. Earl Grey wanted an assurance that the report was untrue that American commanders of destroyers had acceded to tho request of the German submarine commander to clear out of tho way and give him room to blow up ships. SIXTEEN COLLEGES Enter Plan to Train Students For Army. Washington, Oct. 18. Official au- m thorization for the training In mill-tr- y science of students in sixteen of tho country's leading universities and colleges has been given by the War .Department to executive officers of the Institutions nt a conference between them and ranking department officials. Tanned by the burning sun of Texas and hardened by the life of soldier on the border Captain C. B. Shown, of H Company, Kentucky National Guard, blew into Hartford Wednesday night. He had been on tho road since Monday and had Villa been in theso parts he would undoubtedly been taken by surprise-to-r none here knew of the Captain's coming. He was immediately surrounds ed by relatives and friend of on the border and questions were fired Into him with the rapidity of a modern machine gun. "The boys are all well on tho border," was about all the visiting Soldier had to say for he could hardly wait to see the home folks and get a whiff of the aroma of Kentucky ham and other home dishes. Tcxaa seems to be agreeing with Capt. Shown. He has taken on about twenty pounds in weight since going" there and if all the boys are In as good condition the folks back home need not worry. The commander of H'pp'mpany will be here for twenty days a'nd wljl Ihen return to hl3 command. That Kentucky troops are making good In the service Is evidenced by the fact that they made the highest grade on the hike from El Paso to Las Cruces and return, a'dfstahce ot over one hundred miles. Company H stood the hike well and made an excellent showing. Several members of the Hartford-companhave been transferred to various other departments. Several have gonq, to the machlno gun com- panles while others have been transferred to the commissary department. There are now about thirty-nin- e left to uphold the reputation of the company. Captain Shown is la sole command as Lieut. Darnett is tu the recruiting service at Ft. Thomas sborne is absent on while Liedt. leave. Only guesses can bo made as to how long the Kentucky troops will Some think the boys be on duty. will be recalled about the first of November while others seem to think they will be out until spring. It seems improbable that they will be for many weeks at the shortest. Winter clothing has been Issued nnd the camp Is being prepared for winter. the-boyy . m MONUMENT de-eu- 351 FEET HIGH PLANNED FOR DAVIS PARK I or to-w- lt: flro-swe- pt c, , book-keepe- book-koopor- s. Tho purpose of the'eonference was to establish a systematic method for training reserve officers along lines described by the army reorganization law. It has been estimated that a corps of 50,000 reserve officers will bo necessary to establish an adequate military forco, should tho United States become Involved In war with world Power. a first-claTho curriculum will bo drafted to cover such subjects as aro known to Junior officers nnd will exempt graduates of such institutions from tho necessity of tnklng the regular army examination In order to obtain comIt will missions as reservo officers. bo mado effective when completed, by a genoral order Issued by tho Secretary of War. , Many other educational1 institutions aro expected to install military training courses later. ss 'Hopkinsvllle, Ky Oct. 18. Gen. Dennett H. Young, president of theHomo Association, Is Jefferson Davis in Hopktnsvlllo to appear before Court this afternoon to re quest an appropriation to bo used In constructing roadways through Davis Park at Falrview. Gen. Young spent tho morning nt Falrvlow with a landscapo architect. Gon. Young announced that tho memorial park would be ready for dedication within a year and that tho plans content-plate- d tho ercWion of n monument 351 feet high, which will be tho tallest in America next to Washington monument. the-Fisc- OWEXSDORO MAN LETS DAUGHTER RE JAILED Owensboro, Oct. IS. A. J. McMul-lo- n. n tobacco buyer of this city and father of Miss Nannie Mc- Mullcn, 33 years old, now in Jail in. Evnnsville waiting for tho grand Jury to consider the chargo that she passed worthless chocks in order to obtain a,powerful drug to which sho has become a Blave, Is ot tho belief that tho Indiana courts may succeed, where ho has failed, and whlto punishing his daughtor as a criminal, succeed In breaking her of the drug habit which has caused her downfall. to meet the checks which sho has passed in Evansvllle and several other ctles, the father 'is forcedto ,, let tho law take Its course. woll-knowUn-nb- lo WRITER OF "SILVER THREADS AMONG THE COLD" IS DEAD Green Day, Wis., Oct. 18. Eben Eugono Roxford, Wisconsin pootf author of "Silver Threads Among tho of typhoid fever. Gold," died y ( nt Attempts Suicide. Loltchflold, Ky., Oct. 18. Relatives of Joseph Mercer, aged eighty-on- e, of Breckinridge county, have been notified of his attempt to commit suicide by cutting his throat with a razor. Ho Is not expected to live. is supposed to have caused the attempt. ' ? -- 1r AGENTS SNUBBED AT WHITE HOUSE TI1M, OK TIIKATMI'NT ACCOKMJl) January t the employes In trals shnllrecclvo for eight hours work tlio present pay for ten hours. This menus nothing but n twenty-fiv- e or-vl- NOTED EDUCATOR KKi,m:si:NTATivr.s l.OWKU ItOAD MUX. ok tiik URGED ONLY FAIR PLAY ago was tho Mexican people. Honarj' Degiees Awarded Ihlitcen "I havo seen under tho auspices Kinlncnt Men by Kontiiiky State KikIii Pcr.iVntof lCiillnmil WoikciM of the Democratic Administration, University Kuturdn). iiiu t.iven no i ontiiKTjuimi nrgnuized government destroyed In Adamson Iiiiu. a sovereign state whoso greatest misfortune nt this time Is to be 0115 Lexington, Ky., Oct. 14. The nolghbnr. "I have seen authority destrojed C'llengo. Oct. 14. The eighty per University of Kentucky today celeeertalrtly as If wo hint taken tho cent of railroad employes who do not brated its fiftieth birthday anniver- as machinery of ndmlulitratlou Into our bonofU by the Adamson law have sary. The most impressive feature l And hands and brojjen It an appeal to tho public explain-Iniof tho golden jubilee was the ovation in regard to all this I have seen In"eight-hou- r Is and l.iw" what tho given its first president, James K. stalled nn orRiinUrd canunign of asking JiiHtlco dono to them, whoSe Patterson. misrepresentation where the wrongs by Presiwelfare luw been Ignored Tho trlbuto came in connection or this sixter nation are concerned with the presentation of a portrait dent Wilson. Tho letter, which Is whereby the cries of thn people hav Assonildiessed to "Friends and of tho president emeritus to the unibeen stifled, their agonies roncenled, versity by the alumni association. ciates of tho K'.ghty Per Cent," shows rights their human rights Dr. Patterson spoko on "The S.ate their the inconsistency of the surrender trampled to death. by President Wilson to the few highUniversity of Kentucky Thru Fifty "I have seen the House of (led pro ly paid men In the railroad serYears." Tho audience, rose as h' railed, the ministers of Christ oiHt In vice. stepped on the platform and cheered defiled to ignominy, holy womon The letter, in part, follows: tho veteran educator who had conAnd last, but not least mc ducted the affairs of tho institution "As the men who originated, cir"I havo seen our citizens whosf HovveW Should Move Once a years. He suggested for forty-on- e culated nnd carried to Washington Your right to protection thore Is as Indisyy. In his address, that a memorial tabth petition of the eighty per cent of A free easy movement of tho bow- let in honor of the four newspapers putable as that ot the sons of UngJ railway empiojes asking for definite land. Germany, Franco, Spain. Japan. sign of good health. which legislation to protect us from de- els every day Is a liadt given tho university supDr. King's Now Life Pills will give port at critical' times bo erected in I'eHpoiled of the fruits of honest la structive interruption of interstate a gentle laxative effect without a wall of the main building at the bor. comnierce, and provide for fnir ar- jou "Our women havo been outraged, griping nnd free your system of university and that Hcnr Watter-son- , bitration of all differences between our children tortured, our nun lef poisons, purify your blood.over-coin- e of Louisville deliver the ad railT.ij? nnd employes, we feel it our blood to die In their blood. Now, with constipation and have an ex- dress. duty to report the manner In which the help of God, nud confiding In the effect on the entire sysPresident Charles W. Da buoy, of tho petition was handled and receiv- cellent tonic you feel like living. the University of Cincinnati, who ill underljlng greatness of our nation, Makes tem. ed at tho White House. I hope for the vindication of our lien3 livered the principal address of the "At the most strenuous.solicitation Only 25c at jour druggists. or where other nations are concerns highday, pictured the Influence of of President Wilson, tho Congress of performance of our duWhen Mother Wuh a Girl. er education on the destiny of a di ed and the the United States, in the closing Mother finally became tired of the mocracy.'and praised tho achieve- ty where our own people are conhours of the last sesslon.enactcd what acting, and she ments and launded the purposes ol cerned. ts commonly called tho Adamson way daughter was "I am Tor Hughes because I besaid to her: "You never do anything universities nud colleges. Lament- lav gad about, when I was your ting the "mania of blood and violence lieve a man has arisen who, as our "That law was designed to give but soms of the work, which rages over Europe" nnd that chief executive, will safeguard our and does give a wage increase of ago I tried to take most precious possession on land nnd I didn't off my poor mother's back. twenty-fiv- e "wo seem to have forgotten that there per cent to the engineers, want to spend all my time with some is any efficiency but that of mechan- sea at home and abroad our na- y firemen, conductors and others in Edith O'Shaugh-nestional honor!" railway train service, who threaten- silly glgllng girl like that chum of ical skill and industrial resource," in Loulsvlllo Herald. strike if the law yours." After listening to this, he declared that "spirit and soul and ed a nation-wid- o and said conscience and righteousness are w.vj not passed exactly as they want- daughter went to grandma How Catarrh Is Contracted. to her: "You must have had an aw- - powers greater than engines of war ed it by a certain hour. Mothers arc sometimes so thoughttuny easy tinio wnen mamma was H- scientific accomplishments." "These men constitute only twen- as to neglect the colds which al- asserted that an international union less iv mr rout of thn railway ciiinloves growing up. She stayed at homo H10St aH the tlrao' am! lieIPou wlth to enforce peace was as practical as their children contract. The InflamIn enacting a law of the country. mation ot the mucus membrane, at washing and a unJon of stalcs Jor their exclusive benefit. Congress tl,e cooking, milking, first acute, becomes chronic and the otUer work." Then said grandma: Athletic Field Accepted. ignored the interests, rights and even catarrh, a disease field child hns chronic per cent "she he,ned rae with the work? rd The dedication of tho athletic tho existence of the eighty to Know wnen sue neipea mo. of Uie u,,iverslty, Stoll Field, was an that is seldom cured und that may of empiojes, whose average wages like prove a lire's burden. Many perare much lower than those of the Day and night, week In and week lniposlng ceremony in which Gov. sons who have this loathsome disout, sho was running around with staIliey accepted tho field and e hpeoally favored few. silly girl, and she never once ,um ou 1)onaIf ot tuo university, the ease will remember having had freTried To See Wilson. It was conturned her hand to help mo with being made by quent colds nt the time "During tho negotiations follow- - aiiv nunc I mado every Stitch of j,resontation address m.. t "'"" T. TJcarj, ot Portland, tracted. A little forethought, a bot....,. did . hcr washillK anU """ "" ing the strike threat of the 350.000 h tle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 7' ' ' men In tho four railway labor organl- - ironed every rag sue ever wore. No.v j i. judlclouslj used, and all this trouble presented by Charles It. Ilrock, . . y.MtifiiK it innnnin nnnarent tliat'Pres- - i . -t, Obtaini..i wnen i was a gin i ruuuj muiacu of Denver, who was honored vvlt'i might have been avoided m Id out Wilson was thoroly in sympatny In my time girls didn't run around able everj where. degreo of Doctor of Laws. with their demand for ten hours' pay like they did In your mother's daj" the A parade featured the exercises for eight hours' work, or less. HHAX CROOK WORKS Fort Worth this morning, all students and "old "Realizing this fact, we endeavorOX ItK.HI.I.VS UROCHHS grads" taking part In It. The sened constantly for three weeks to place When You Take Cold. were encased In paper tubes iors before President Wilson tho case of Berlin, Oct 14.- - -- Several Berlin ,, t;ve With the average man a cold is ,)lgh wlth arm grocers and produce dealers have the eighty per cent of unorganized j a serious mutter and should not bo eght feot holes. railway employes. been swlndlid out of more than $50,-00- 0 trifled with, as some of the most Iloiioutry Degiees Awarded. by a trick of u daring crook. The "Either together or singly, we dangerous diseases start with a comHonorary degrees were awarded were daily at the White House during mon cold. Chamberlain's thirteen eminent citizens of Ken swindler called himself "Dr. Krem-ser.- " Take pathe period given over mainly by the Cough Remedy and get rid of yourtucky the womllmtOIts having been pers Ho announced in tho local President to consideration of the rail- cold as quickly as possible You are . that be had obtained largo shipldor8ed jesterday by the Hoard of way situation. ments or beans and would sell them not experimenting when jou uso tuts Tho presentation of do- Wilson would not re- remedy, a3 it has been In use for Trustees. price by the gov"President greos was made by President Henry below the maximum Ho rocelved hundreds of ceive your eprcsentatives, altho ful- many years and has an established g ernment. Barker, applications and atwajs made a sale ly aware of our presence nnd purpose reputation. It contains no opium or Thos0 to WMom degrees were to ask for fair and impartial treat- other narcotic. with the stipulation that fifty per cent everj'- awarded are: Obtainable ment tor all railway employes In any where. of the prlco was to bo deposited In n m Henry Wattcrson, editor, Doctor of lcgb.I.itlon that might be enactcertain bank before delivery of the Literature. ed beanb. , Prof. John L. Patterson, dean, ColWithin a fow days the "doctor" "The President persisted in ills delege of Arts and Sciences, University termination to .socuro the twuntj'-flv- e told about 500 tons of beans to his of Louisvillc, Doctor ofj Literature. po.r cent wage increase, disguised as victims. Tlton ho wont to tho bank, President George W. Stevens, drow tho doposlts made by tho buj-jr- s day," for the 350.-C0- 3 an "eight-hou- r esapcake and Ohio Hallwaj Com brotherhood membois, and to anil disappeared. AVOID Doctor of Laws. g give no couslitrrntlon to the interests ho handed ovei Tho Prof. Thomas II. Morgan. Depart- to of tho other 1,500,000 railway om- -, the bunk when ho received tho Ct,Xmnhla VtiiV0,sU t money turned out to bo forgeries. A ployus. Need Only Trust to Lydia E. I"0"1 m r "Altho tho President was holding - j Dr. Charles Dubnoy, prosident, jystomatlc hunt for tho swindler was Pinl-ha3 Vecetabie Comletifevlij conferences dally with by tho police, but darted at pjUnd,saysMrs.Kurtzveg. University of, Cincinnati, Doctor of fnr no trucooncohim has boen found so brotherhood leaders, ho would i t of Laws. i. representatives oven receive .00 Itight Uov. Bishop Brosnrt. High- Cuua'o, N.Y. ' My dougl.tor, whose .. inliiiilna 9.m iirnmiiii Irk llllll AVhen You Havo a Cold. herewith, vyas mu.h troubled 0p of Covington Diocese, Doctor of Give it attention, nrold exposure, tho netitlon .iEiicd by 105.000 raii- -' vvmi pains in ner lWBi bo regular and careful or your diet, vify employes, and to ask for justice jack and sided every j ,,r-ld- eBt il KmcruUi Joincs K. also commence taking Dr. King's lor tho lemulnder of tho unorganized Pine-Ta- r, It contain Now Discovery. tight y per aunt. tJinHtwonl.il Dr. U. II. Crossflsld. prePident, Antiseptic Oils and nalsatns. Is copies of tho petition, with "Later Transylvania University, Doctor of slightly laxative. ccm iit.e acuto Dr. King's New thousands of signatures wT'lcli were of earna Iaws. Discovery eases your cough, soothes mailed to the President, apparently Dr. W. A. Qanfiold, president of your throat and bronchial orran. Sho read tubes, reoeivud no attention from him H III "J II yoi.r &!v'rU3emcnt Center College, Doctor of Laws. m tsssf? checks jour cold, starts to clear jour the fact that tho confer-ouo- s ' "From hi tr ' new cpapeni V .Dr. M. J. Adams, prosident GcorKO-tow- n heud. In a short tltno jou kuovv your of tho President with the Board and tried Lydia E. College, Doctor ot laws. cold U bettor. Its tho standard famor Mediation, tho mnuagors and tho sv InLhani's Veifo- l)r. J. L. Clark, president Kenbrotherhoods did not consume nil of tublc Compound, tucky Weslojun College, Doctor of ily cough syrup In uso over 40 years, (lei u bottlo at onco. Keep it in tho bis time on any of the dnyh during She praises it highly iu ulio hua Leen houso us a cold Insurance. Sold at that lone neriod wo aro nt a loss to relieved cf all these puina by iU uso. Laws. Prosident J. II. Frost) Ilorea 3 your druggist. understand why ho would not joven A" mothers should i.novv of this remedy, l younu giria who suffer should ani1 Doctor of Laws. t b'nr our side of tho case . try It. "Mrs. Matilda KuR"'ZWCtl, 529 Charles B. Hrock, uttornoy-at-laBenefits of Thoroughness. "Wo tool in duty bound to givo you High St, Buffalo, N. Y. Donvor, Col , Doctor of Laws. thought cultivated "Kducullon thOHe facts as to tho Adamson law: Vmmcr Amnn vAin nrt with Following tho burgoo tho presencan best bo combined with agricul"First -- It applies only to one class painful or irregular periods, backache, tation of honorary degrees and the tural labor, on tho principle of thorfainting spells or indigestion, should dodlootlon of Stoll Fiold, tho crowd ough work; und thorough work ron-dovasatvA In lallvvay train service. game, which sufficient tho smallest quantity docs not attempt to take Lydia E. Pinkhum'a Wgetablo attended tho football "Scoiid--- It Thousands havo beer, re- - Vanderbllt won by tho score of 45 of ground to each man; und this, Compound. work dav establish a real eight-hou- r U BlUri'U VU llVUlkU UJ UU IkAJb tUlvl (() (J, r again, conforms to whnt must occur ..!.. .... 1..1. uus ..1 nui ,i lor A.i.. tiiisn, 1.... iiiuiui; u uieui- Tho colobratlon closed tonight with in a, world less luclindcd to wars and pay day. hour If youknowof any yomiff wo- classes. inoro devouted to tho arts ot peace, "Thlid It does not require any mii wlioisHlekuiitl lioccbi licln- - reunions ot various Population must thuu heretofore. ompioyo to work eight hours a day, l'ul lulvlco.iislclior to Avrltoto tlio increase rapidly, and ore long tho Why I Am For Hughes. nny byuiu w.i'iiutimn flieiiicmo to,. nor restrain hint from working Lynn, Mass. Only wqiiicii will iI Mrs. Nelson O'Shnughnessy, author most valuable ot ull arts will bo tho i nuuiner of hours uuler sixteen. and It will U0 I of "Experiences of a Diplomat's Wife ait of deriving a comfortable subsls- provides that after Kourth- -U phj-nicaT st.ul-som- per cent Incrcaso In wrtges for those working eight hours or longer, l.lghtj IVr Cent Ignored. "Fifth It absolutely Ignores the rights the wclfnro and oven the existence of the other eighty per cent of railway employes. "Slvth lly voting a twenty-fiv- e per cent Increase of wages to twenty per cent of railway employes, and theso tho very highest paid men In tho service, It necesarlly renders It mum iliniptilt. nr nim Inmosslhln. for the rnwny compnnlo8 ,0 maUo lm- proveinent8 In tho wngei and condi- Klnna nf work nf thn other clclltV ncr cent. "We do not think that tho enactment ofho Adamson law, under attendant clrcumsUinces, Is in accordance with tho fundamental principles of tho American Nation nnd bellove thnt, inasmuch as tho Government has taken Jurisdiction of tho matter, we should as citizens appeal to tho President and Congress nt the next session of Congress and insist that all railway employes bo considered to and a commission bo appointed Investigate all hours of sen Ice and wages of all such empiojes." Tho letter Is signed by Kobcrt S. Frazler, Jr., and P. W. Waldcn. GIVEN OVATION AS 1U.. K. PATTHI1SOX H08THUM KNTim; i:XCK IUHI'8. Asenxns intcrcsts'tliere, AUDI- - In Mexico," traveling on tho women's Hughes campaign train speaking til fnvor or (he election of ('buries 12. Hughes, brcnUKe of what site saw of tho Wilson Administration during tho three jears sho has been living In Mexico as the wife of an American diplomat sent to protect American QQQQ'WWGQQQ&X&GQQVfXXX t SsEE OUR NEW JUBILEE CELEBRATION "I am for Hughes becnuso with ejes: "I have Been iho destruction of a nation; 'with my own cars I havo heard the cries of that bleeding, agonized remnant of whnt three jears my own pall i I I X 1 GOODS NOW ON DISPLAY gHvib Clothing Co- HARTFORD, KY. j : essvssisvvvss TAjagons! Wagons! Wagons! Ilofuro you buy you should examine our hand made farm wagons. They run lighter, are made of the very best material and lut far longer than any machine made wagon you can buy no matter what price you pay. We also do all kinds of IMaclsmithing and Re-pairing, especially the hard jobs tho other fellow can't do. X t X j X We also make a specialty of Horseshoeing and 2 earnestly solicit your patronage in this line Respectfully you re, A. B. Row 6c Son Centertown, Ky. - I ,X Thirty-fiv- e years experience in tho shop. ;' .ft IBM RIB IS I r r n I 0 (Incorporated) Star-Telegra- f -- OWENSBORO. KY Best located school in western Kentucky. Located t X X X X in a manufacturing town whore you do not have to seek a position; where the position seeks you. f If you desire to work and attend school, write us. Wo aro in a position to got you work while you are in $ school thus assisting you in pavinj; your wav. YOUNO WOMEN WE TEACH GREGCl SHORTHAND, Ml PAIN z TWENTIETH CENTU- Com- - X I RY BOOKKEEPING, Commercial Arithmotio, Rapid t I i X Calculation, Business Correspondence, English j 11 P'u' mercial Law, Spelling, Business Penmanship, ' I writing. . Type- X gftf t . Pal-.i,,l,- Writo us for further information. i ? oo. leuce from tho smallest area of soli whoso every momber the Povmwm this art can ever victim of oppression in any of its u,r,., Such community will be alike independent of crowned kings, money k ngs and laud klngs."-- Abruhan, Lincoln No community I I I, t' Col-log- e, tmot Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTORl A FOR out tho . and howling by the year; spend I j, ccntt nl advertise jour sawed ou cow of Poekut slw. and bujors will nppoar' l folIoW8U flp ,h(f mm ,ny Jaded feot , ,, tho ad appeared, ten customers ciimc to mr gats; one bought tho calf and paw the freight, the others bucked nnd mrod. And thus by printing Httla nils, the wlso nian gathers In the sends. st-o- jour wearing pt ia 111.-- ' LoKstriCtt Walton Mason on AdveitUlng, I asked eight dollars and a half for una lino black Polled Angus calf, which price was not too high; I hoofed it west, I hoototl it east, to boll tho beast, but no one wished to buy. Day after day I toiled along, und bored men with tho samo old song. Then said u friend, "Oh, rest yosr feet, and quit Despondency. When you feoi discouraged and despondent do not givo up but take n doso of Chamberlain's Tablets und ou aro ulmosi certain to fool all right within u day or two. Despoil- doncy Is very ofteu due to Indigestion and biliousness, for which these tablets aro especially valuable. Obtainable everywhere. m i y i i During a bailie It for Iho Colonel lo 'send a nienaage to his superior. No the bullet swept nmii oouhl crux jzon.i and llrs, no the duty fell to Marquis. He rncc-- thru the linll of 'nhot, and hud almost reached his objective whan h was muck by a Ger rilKNCH KTIt.VITGIKT AM) J1II.I- - man bnllet which knocked hint down, TAHY WltlTKIl HO Sl'.MS t'P H Imdly wounded. triiKftl1 lo bin ATTACK. feet, howevnr, and dragged himself to where tho ofllepr stood behind the o As the French entrenchments. was taken from him he toppled NOTES WILSON'S STAND ovor load. A monument Is to be erected to his memory by tho soldiers, on which will bo Inscribed, "Alnrnuls h)h I'rcicili'iil IMiiMlslinl In War Killed on tho Field of Honor." of 1H70 Itftm'vii France Ami The American Hoy. (ii'i'inaiiy. SEES SLAP GIVEN Hint honor. necerfiviry STRATEGIC HARBOR IS NEEDED BY UNCLE SAM try; and Indigestion " I nm never .troubled with ...... t.,, CM)II'.HATIV12 ASSOCIATION .,,,, , Children Cry for Fletcher's , 1 moa-mi&- l'arla, HerbeUo, Oct. IS. According lo Joan military strategist U-- nml m rv ifri affairs, iho made a breach In tho Monroe Doctrine by linking vessels off the New Knglnnd Coast and It remains to lie seen whether tho United State will "sus-tnl- n the celebrated American tradition or let it he cast aside." "Franco Is only a disinterested spectator In tho debate," says M. Herbotte, "becatiso It makes Ilt(la difference to her whethor the Germans operate on one side of tho Atlantic or the other, but It will produce a ureal clituigo In tho political e i u brim of the world If th6 doctrine shall be abrogated by President Wilton. "Tho Jefforsonlan maxim against European Interferenco on the other Kldo of the Atlantic applies In fact to American waters as well an to tho ir'oiitlni'iit itself, and when President Monroe in formulating his doctrine European Powers from prohibited controlling the destiny of the American people he opposed naval as well in military control. One cannot ho tolerated without opening the door to tho other." M Herbette recalls the case of French warships in 1870 cruihlug olt s. Now York In watch for German Tho French ships violated no laws, he says, et their action resulted in the American Sicretary of State hondlng a warning note to Franco. The principle then laid down has not been forgotten, ho adds. o "President Wilson," says SI. In conclusion, "was no loss categorical when during tho present war lie upheld tho same rule with regard lo Kngland In the case of tho steamer Vlnland.' 1 1 vos-koIHer-belt- writer on International Oriiutn Hiiliinarlnc Doctors Itemed)- - for Coughs. Ah a cure for coughs and colds Dr. combines theso Bell's remedies In Just the right proportion to do tho most good for summer coughs or colds. A trial will prove cough tho value of this splendid medicine. Dr. lleH'sPlnc-Tar-IIone- y Boothes the Irritation, stops tho cough kills the cold germs and docs you a world of good. A 25c bottle bill more than convince you It will Btop your 3 cough. At druggists. A Seeing Double. Aftor much persuasion, Old Hll-klhad signed tho pledge. Tho curato was particularly ploased to think that ho had succeeded In turning the notorious old toper from tho error of his ways. Hut Judge of the curate's horror when ouo pleasant evening he overtook Hllkina wnlking ulong tho village street In distinctly shaky manner. "llllklm," said be In a voice of stern midnoas, "I hope you haven't roken your pledge of abstlnnuce. "Mo, sir? Oh, no, sir!" replied Hllklns honreely. " TIb tho rhou-inalIn mo legs." "Ah, I'm glad to hear that you havo remained true to your promise," good slglml the curate. "Well, night, man. It's u lovoly evening." "It Is that, sir," said Hilklns fervently. "And there's some splendid moor up In tho hky." Pittsburg Chronicle. iz FATIIKH KIM.S SU1TOU KOIt GlltlH IIAXI) AND III.MSI:iK Canton, O, Oct. IS. After cour teously greeting Victor Roderick, 10 year old, suitor for his daughter hand, in his home, W. G. Hrltthon, n baseball pitchformorly a FOR FLETCHER'S er, shot tho youth and then commitI ted sulcldo hero. Hrlttson objected to the youth's attention to his daughter, but had seemingly subAn llerolr Dog. hero- mitted to the derision of his. wlfo line War Is filled with deeds of ism and It Is an unusual man who can his daughter of his attitude. a eo stand out above his fellows as to All the Same. bo mentioned in the olllclal dispatches Of course, they are nice to One Hut Marquis, tho regifor bravery. mental dispatch dog, of tho Twenty-lh.- have, hut they arc a lot of trouble French Infantry, has rccoUed Just tho same. they Yes, Two (with a sigh) Children Cry C ASTO R A well-know- 1 nl are. Big Gain vOn Hogs vW. S. Dean, One j too. ; , I Cost u bunch of money, ono one minds Two 'Tlsn't tho first expense hut the upkeep Is fierce. of Waitman, Ky., reports net gain of more than 5,000 lbs. on 45 hogs in 112 days from feeding Liquid Stock feed, the gain per lb. made at cost of 3c OTHERS REPORT GREAT SUCCESS "I produced more than S.000 pounds of jalu for 3Uc per pound on 45 hogs In 112 days from the feeding of Concentrated Liquid Stock Feed furnished bio by the Uloumore Distilleries Co., of Owensboro, Ky. 1 can recommend the fond to anyone." So writes W. S. Dan, of Waitman, Ky., October 7. Mr, tr. M. Martin, Manager of tho Greenville Coal Co., Groemille, Ky., writes October 7, as follows: "Have had excellent results. Much pleased with It. Have sold quite a lot of It, Customers delighted with the Please results they luno obtained ship auothor tank car of 0,300 gallons not later than Tuesday or Wednesday, and rush the car through, as" we fear wo will not ham enough to feed through tho toock." Don't I know It? wrong Always something One with tho blamed things, and when thero Is nobody but a specialist can tell what It Is. Two That's true. Still, after you'yj fl.id ono One or two of thorn you couldn't get ulong without them. Two (brightening) That's what I think. People envy you, too. Ono Yes, ettll It's an endless worry keeping them looking trim and shining, and gasoline and tires are going up Two Gosolino and tlies! Good heavens man! 1 thought you were talking about babies! -- i "Will Kloan'K Liniment Hellce I'ulii? one application will prove more than a column of claims. James S. Ferguson, Phlla , Pa. writes: "I have had wonderful relief since I used Sloan's Liniment on my knees. To think after all theso years of pain ono application gavo Many thanks for what me relief, your romedy has done for mo." Don't keep on suffering, apply Sloan's Liul-mewhere your pain Is and notice how quick you got rellof. Ponetrates without rubbing. Uuy It at auy Drug 3 Store. 25c. Try It and seo nt Owensboro, Ky., Oct. IB, lilt".. Republican, Hartford Hartford, Pll Ky. mii.vico is cit(ii:i). Dear Blr: At a meeting of die Farmers Tobacco Asso elation In Owensboro October 1 111 Sen Diego. Cal., Oct. 14. If Unclo Sam succeeds In buying Lower Cali- at which thero were present over COO tobacco growers, nnil at which fornia from Mexico ho will add to tho tlmo reports froyi Daviess county I nited States a territory of 40,000,-00- 0 acres, with widely variug con- alone showed a total of 11,872 acres signed to tho Asrqclatlon, the followditions of soil and climate, containing rich possibilities in a Vast wealth ing resolutions were presented and of undeveloped resources. Its area adopted: Do It resolved by tho tobacco growis considerably larger than the State ers of the Green River District In of Florida. mass convention assembled. Possession of this poulnsiilnr laud 1. That our tobacco will be sold exieiidlug below our own State of only through tho pool. Californl would present now oppor2. That each and every tobacco tunities to Americans In mining, ag firm shall have an equal chance to riculture, cuttle ralsiiiK, fruit growbid for this tobacco. ing. flling and cotton production. .1. That all flrhis dealing In tobacHut there Is nnother and stronger rearou why acquisition of the co be not'fled by a committee, appointed by our president, not Inter Southern State Is especially desiratoble. It would give the I'nltcd State? than Octpber 20, 191C, that said bacco will be told In this way only. posfotsloii of Magdalcna'llay, a land4. That we request that no tolocked harbor of recognized strategic bacco dealer attempt to buy any of importance on tho Pacific Coast. Magdaleno Bay Is on the south- tho tobacco that Is pooled except west coast of tho peninsula, 1,000 through the Association. 5. That every pooler is, rroV and Is ono miles from San Francisco. It until entire pool is delivered, requestof the best and safest anchorages in personally see that theso resothe world, and, what Is more Impor- ed to lutions arc adhered to. tant, tho only great harbor between C. That there being such an Inthe Golden Gato and the Panama Caterest taken by tho tobacco growers ll?!. pooling, in the last 10 days, that A wide sweep of calm water, In wo extend the time for closing tho twelve by fifteen miles, it has been pool until October 2D, 1910, in orused for sevoral years by the United der to give every grower a chance to Stntes Navy as a grounds for target practice, thru an arrangement with pool with tho Association. C. L. TAYLOR, McLean Co. If tho the Mexican government. L. B. TICHEN'OR, Ohio Co. buys Lower California ITuiteil States W. S. DEAN, Hancock Co. Mngdaluna Hay could lm fortified and C. S. SNYDER, Daviess. Co. an invulnerable baso of sup mado S. R. EWING, Daviess Co. plies for tho navy, on Its way from Committee. coast ports to the protection of West tho Panama Canal. of this little Altbo three-fourtKILLS COMPANION; known empire to tho southward Is mountainous, there are fertile valleys COMMITS SUICIDE and plains that offer tempting Inducements to men who can produce the On-y necessary water for Irrigation. water Is needed to make much of 1IODIKS OF .HUSBAND AND us Mils land blossom with beauty SISTKU-lX-liAYKAR-OLdoes tho great Imperial valley counFOUND. try of California. fruits TroRical and j ml products similar to those of the Mayfield, Ky., Oct. 15. A sensaMediterranean basin would flourish in the farming districts. Pineapples, tion has been caused In this vicinity tigs, dates, homograiittes, olives, al by tho finding this morning of the monds, quince, all the vegetables and bodies of Charles Brown, 25 yoars cereals of California and a wjdo vaold, a married man, and Elma Cope, riety of other products could bo near 14 years old, his sister-in-laraised. country Is var- Glade, five miles south of Benton, The climate of the ied, ranging In degree from the snows Marshall county. The latter .was of the mountain ranges, which form shot three times lu the breast and a steep backbquc thru tho length of tho former had a bullet hole in the tho State, to tho blistering deserts i right templo. It is presumed that and balmy air of the coast sections. Brown killed the girl and then comThe Gulf of California on ono side mitted suicide. Tho bodies, which and tho Pacific on the other afford were side by side, wero decomposcooling breezes, which blow almost ed. Indicating the two hud been dead several days. The couple disappear constantly. Tho chief cities are Santa Rosalia, ed several days ago and relatives and 8,000 population; Mexican, caplfal friends had been searching the fields district, with and woods for them. The families I of tho of both Brown nnd tho girl aTe well- - j 3,000 Inhabitants. They, and highly respected. are engaged In farming. followed disappearance Their I shortly after they had been returned j For Infants and Children from Arkansas, where they had gone about a Oionth ago. Brown, at that In Use For Over Years time, wi placed under $1,000 bond I Always bears to awalt'the'nctlon of.the grand Jury. the Signature of After IfSs. preliminary trial Brown went toick to hls;wlfo and It was believed ho had repented, when it bo-- ! camo Known a week ago that he and Gins .ro,n()(),(ioo.O( i TASKS FROM TU11KH the girl had disappeared. For a long time the actions of Av New York, Oct. 14. Taxahlo as- couple had been discussed and much sets of tho city aro BalniiiR $250,-000,0- sympathy was expressed for Brown's this year from dual rapid wife. It was on acount of the attl- transit suhway operations'. Estimates completed today show Drown and tho girl that they decided They an increase in land values of lo run away four wueks ago. with fully $100,000,000 ad- wcro much disappointed tovcr the at tlm ditional in building operations. failure- - of their elopement Manhattan shows tho largest In tlmo, hut returned with tho otllcers, vestment in construction .whllo Brook who wero soptaer them, without lyn scores tho greatest land enhance- Insisting on extradition pnpers. ment. Nearly $00,000,000 hns gone Tho fathers of both Hrown nnd the structures to dis- girl as well as other rolatlves say Into Manhattan count conditions created hy the dual they had reason to bellovo that a lines, whllo more than jriO.000,000 change In thoir relations had resultlidded to values ulong tho ed from their capture in Arkansas. hns Urooklyn brunches of tho system. Thero aro some who hellevo that both committed suicide, hut tho authori ties arc inclined to think that it is a LOUISIANA KAIlMKIt KILLS ii.i'(1hti:h, id, and himself case of murder und suicide. AffJl'lHITlOX OF I.OWKIt CAM-KOI- t MA UV IIASI! KIIO.M 1 Tho Kind on I Inyo Always Uoughf , nntl iu use for over' HO yenrs, hns homo the sl"imttiro To" aml lms been ninclo under his pcr- yfi alnco Its Infancy. A0.Vnl no ono lodcTOlvoyoulii ii,ft. 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Mrs. Nodd Tho Todds may como She hinted at It and ovor tonight. I am so tired. Nodd Don't worry; they won't come. I met him on tho'truRi audi told him I had just got lu a new lot Judge Mr. L. D. Addison, of Addison, Ky.. of phonograph records. i !),' that this feed Is all writes October Does Haul Work. thut an) one has ever claimed for it. "And you boy ho Is an industrious We have scoros of Just suoh letters worker? You astonish me. I had as these. Write for full Information, formed Just tho opposite opinion of rbes, reduced rates on all railroads. him." "lie's the raobt industrious workGLENMORE DISTILLERIES CO., er I ever iw. Ho probably works ' (Incorporated) ns ninny as aydoaau peoplo a day, or Owensboro, Ky. tr'es to." Houston Post. Aloxandila, La.K Oct. 15. Chnrlea M. Honnetto, a fnrmor of Melder, La., daughshot and killed bis ter yesterday when aim refused to go to work in Iho fields, according to In; formation reaching the Shnrlff's of. After the girl's flee hero deaUi Ilonnutto committed suicide. to-da- y. Tho KleppiiiK Stone. "Funny how things happen sometimes. See that old mun aerosB tho French Dry Cleaned and Pressed street?" Superior Manner. him?" "Yes. What about L&dies and Men s Garments In t FKty-fiv- e I tjpc writers. Shorthand, 1 LesPicDeg. Uook-keepin- I'Aivllent Diet. An Indolent dyspeptic was bowall- - ing his misfortunes and complimenting a frlund on tho Iatter's healthy appoaranco. "What do you do to muko yourkolf bo strong'aud hearty?" Inquired thu dyspeptic. "I Ilvo on fruit alone," wa the reply. "What kind of fruit?" "Tho fruit of Indus- - 'Ho landed In thla town twenty Send us your Otirmenta and Have Them years ago with Jtibt $1D lu his pocket " CLEANED CLEAN "Ho looks ns It ho didn't havo fifrackage8 called for and delivered. teen cents uow." "Ho ham't. Ho lent tho $15 to ELITE PRESSING CLUB Hill Simmons and IUU uuver paid it THE A. I Nail. Prop. buck." "I seo, but what Is tho pqlnt of lUKTIOlU), jvIJXTUCKY. your story?" Um fguuda.tlqn of "Why, that w Hubvctibe for The Hartford ltepub. Ha owiw half the Bill's fortnuo. town now." Uuin $1.00 iter ear. sons explained by Moving Seven big ture machine partments Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Musi:, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equipassured. ment. Position Write for catalogue. Daviess Co. Bus. College KY. Incorporated OWKNfiHOUO, would not rote for any Republican living who mado such a statement UNEARTH LETTER to his local followers. Like the Intern) nrcordln to Inw lit the PoMotllce Herald editor wc would first rnak" FROM GEN. VILLA HMtronl, Ky., m mnU mnttf ol th. oecoml Investigations for It Is hard to believe that any public man would Editor show such an unappreclatlvc spirit jmUSOS J. HARNETT Mr. Johnson belongs TINSLEY,. .Hnslncss Malinger Of course, since OFFER TO STEP DOWN IX FAVOR tK. S. to another party and as .what he said OF ANOTHER REJECTED BY to was to men of that party wo do not Address all communications WILSON. Investiga caro to attempt personal Ttfp Hartford Republican. tions. Mr. Williams was our author ity In the beginning and Is now. We NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Miit to n new commented on his nrtlcle because the OFFERED Sabucrlbrrit tlslrlt)K the A SOLUTION Adlnwa rnont Rive the old utlilrms In uinklnff the arrogance displayed by tho stateeqoeat. was startling. When challengBselnrM Uoxa nml XhIIii 1c per Hue nnd 5c ment ed Mr. Williams brought up the proof Would Have Restored Peace And Savline lor en.'h nddllloniil fr Otiltanrlee, Ucaoliitloni" ntiil Cnnl ot Th inkfl.Gc and If It Is not entirely satisfactory ed Hundreds of American prHn, money In mini lire. we understand there Is more In Lives. ' fcorch SollO'H lor wrrlmi free, lint other Hertford Republican. pir Inn-rllo- ldre rtlementf4 r per line, comniuntmtlon you that this person merits the the appreciation nnd tho consideration of tho army of tho North to a great degree. Senor Escudcro merits this thru being n man of high character, of vast and ample edupatriotism cation, of and of very sane motives. He. is at tho same time a patriot nnd a Democrat, as well as a man of energy closely Ideiitlflcdwlth tho revolutionary Ideals nnd very likely by nil the sano elements which have taken part In the revolutionary convention. Ho was ouo of the most worthy of the deputies In the national congress during the government of Senor Madero and for somo months served with distinction and ability as tho holder of the portfolio of Hacienda and well-balanc- "- -1 There is a Real Difference Cream of tartar, derived from grapes, is used in Royal Baking Powder because it is the best and most healthful ingredient known for the purpose. Phosphate and alum, which are derived from mineral sources, are used in some baking powders, instead of cream of tartar, because they arp cheaper. If you have been induced to use baking powders made from alum or phosphate, use Royal Baking Powder instead. You will be pleased with the results and the difference in the quality of the food. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York Anonymous tenntlon mill rewire no aTorjaaoxo' xim.tairlai--- TEI.BF3X01TSO. d .... - 1 J.fu.al 1S3 CS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Tor President, CHARLES EVANS HUGHES. For Vice President, CHARLES WARREN FAIRBANKS. For Congress, JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. Fur County Attorney, A. D. KIRK. Only eighteen more days until the .election and then we shall see what is to be seen. careslng, The most determined, loving, affectionate thing we know of id the winter fly. d man may be partly A consoled by the thought that life has iprriy one shoe to buy n seventy-fiv- e cents increase on the pair. one-legge- The fishes of the sea are about the only ones that have not protested against the submarine policy. Perhaps their paper is too wet. Paducah officers seem to have emwaiting watchful ployed Wilson's policy when a mob hung two negroes and burned thir bodies Monday. The ocean must be a wet place. Passengers laifdlng In the U. S. usually claim to have seen two rtnes where It develops there was only one. Beve-ridge, -- v With Hughes, Roosevelt, Rohlus and others visiting at the speaker's stand. A great ovaKentucky, the Bluegrass State is tion followed and as he began his fairly ringing under the oratorical speech a hush fell over the entire assembly that soon developed Into refire of the Republican big guns. markable attention. A feeling camo There is a movement on among over mo that I was listening to a business men in some sections to man, a real man that could commend set up a few the respect ot men and nations. have Thanksgiving notches so there- - will be more time Mr. Hughes Is of medium height to do your Christmas shopping and build. He looked much like the pictures made of him, except that his beard Is not so prominent and Some newspaper men don't appre- the camera falls to bring out the ciate a good thing and keep on rav- radiating expression. He Is slightly ing about short skirts. If it Isn't bald and handsome. When In his stopped there is danger of the fair presence one can but respect and adones going back to the old style, then mire the man. we will all be sorry. He plunged' Into his speech this l,r night as though It was the only one The General Convention of the of the campaign but later, from the Episcopal Church in session at St. near position that I had, I could deLouis had up the question of strikThe voice a slight fatigue. ing from the marriage ritual the tect showed a strain from many speeches word, "obey", which recalls the fact during tho day and days before. But lhat it is really there. Evit was a remarkable address vote on the Presidential ery time the speaker criticised the 3. straw race was taken in the smoker of the administration's foreign policy he stated what ho would have done and North bound M. II. and E. train WedThe that it met the approval ot his hearnesday evening of last week. apwas a two to one vote for ers was proved by tho continued result plause. I never saw a moro orderly FeHughes and Fairbanks. F. L. lix, A. 0. Kirk and Al Barnett, of crowd and a more appreciative oiuv Hartford, were tho occupants of the They were pleased with what thy saw and heard and hundreds went smoker at the time. away that night firmly convinced "The Democratic party has Impos- that Hughes was tho man of the ed extra taxes on tho people amount-Ing't- o hour who might otherwise huve vot$GOO,OOT),000 per annum. They ed for another. It was a hypoI was delighted. have- created moro than 35,000 iicv into my otllccs, involving a permanent bur- dermic of Republicanism den on tho tax payers of $40,000,00") right arm. I was for Hughes before They are great for hearing him speak but never like I per annum. economy when out of oince, but, 'n have been since. It does not repower they are more than extravaquire a talent to Judgo a big man gant they are profligate." when met. I had met such a man and I soon saw that no one will inako Rubo Marquard, pitcher on tho it mistake in voting for Charles Evans Brooklyn National Leaguo baseball Hughes for tho highest olllco within team, Is a Democrat and stated be- our power. He Is capable and qualfore, the world's series began that ho ified, and may bo trusted to guide was as sure Wilson' would be re- tho affairs of the nation. elected as he was that Brooklyn would Bean Roue. win the series. Marquard pitched, Mr. Noah Rowe, Hartford, Route in two of tho games, losing both. Brooklyn won one of the flvo gunies. 4, and Miss Bera Bean, Hartford, were married at tho brldo's home Just about Rube, just nbout. Wednesday afternoon at 5 o'clock. We respectfully refer tho editor of Rev. B. W. Napier spoke tho words the Hartford Herald to Mr. James that mudo them as one. Mr. Rowo H. Williams' statement in another Is tho son or John T. Rowo, while column of tils Issue. Perhaps th' the bride Is the daughter of Mr. and proof theroln may be sutllcleut to Mrs. T. H. Bean. Thoso are both convluco our esteemed contemporary popular young peoplo who havo the that Mr. Johnson, nominee for ('on-gro- best wlshos of their many friends. -i from the Fourth District, realWanted. Men to soil Sowing Ma-c- li ly jfaltl to Hartford Duinocrals that I IK' well culand collect in Ohio county. he had a potato pntchd Experlonco Splundld prouoeilion. tivated and that so fur as ho Is W not.iiecowwry. Write SINGER SEWtMy sould go to li . ING MACHINE CO., (Incorpoiatod) coiigritljHlftU you on your MroMuoii 'ti endeavor to prove It otherwise. Wc Owensboro, Ky. ss 4-l-- HUGHES' SPEECH AT LOUISVILLE Reading one of the great Republican candidates' speeches nnd hear ing one as It Is delivered are two different pleasures of which tho latter Mr. h by far the most enjoyable. Hughes spoke in Louisville last weeV to an auditorium packed and Jamthousmed. Thero were thirty-fiv- e and people Inside and out, eager to catch a glimpse of one of the moat admired and talked of men In America. va II was so enormous that one staggered by the size of the crowd a..tl had thoughts only of wonder ot from whence came so many surging human bodies. Tho streets uearjthe auditorium were one jam of humanity. Tho broad walk leading directly Into It was lined on "ach yde. Thousands were arouii'l the building. It was Impossible to get a reat hours before the lln.e ri speaking. The writer was fortunate In getting a good press ticket through the courtesy of Alvls S. Bennett and Louisville newspaper men. I fought the crowd until I finally reached my seat. Looking out over that great assemblage I realized Just'what the people of .Kentucky thought about the plea that Wilson has kept us out of war. I never saw a more enthusiastic audience. The appear-- t ance of Mr. Hughes was a signal for an outburst of cheering and a great, ovation for the former Justice. His train was late but the crowd- remained patiently waiting. Banners waved, bands played and men shouted themselves hoarse. The distinguished visitor took his seat on the stage with his party. I could see every expression upon his beaming face and his pleasure at the size and enthusiasm of his audience He took his place was undisguised. - Washington, D. C, Oct. 14. The existence of'n letter hitherto unknown to the American people has been discovered on file here. The letter has been on file In the State Department for more than a year and during all of that time the 'fact that Villa had made an offer to this government, tho acceptance of which would have averted the Mexican border carnage, has been concealed from the public. When this letter wns written, Villa was the dominant military power In Northern Mexico. He controlled absolutely the territory adjoining th" Mexican border. His military strength was regarded as superior to that of Cnrranza. Villa offered to eliminate himself as a political factor in Mexico, provided some man could be agreed upon for provisional president who would be acceptable to the United States, to himself and to the commander of tho revolutionary forces in Southern Mexico. The letter shows that Villa had gone to the length of communicating with Zapata and that Zapata had suggested a nonmllitary man of education and political experience who would be acceptable to him, as provisional president. It Is said that information has been received that Escudcro.the man whom Zapata and Villa were ready to accept, was declared by the advisors of the State Department to merit this Government's approval. Had tho olive branch thus held out by Villa been acepted by President Wilson, there would have been no Columbus raid, there would havo been no Santa Ysabel massacre, forces would never hae had a chance to entrap and murder American sofdlors at Carrlzal, there would have been no occasion to send 140,-00- 0 National Guardsmen to the border and bring them back again at a cost to this country of hundreds of millions of dolars. For a time it seemed as if Villa's suggestions might be favored by the Administration. Villa was then in command of the greater part of. the country and Carranza was Isolated In Mexico City. Villa word from a reported quarter that Carranza was not to be recognized. Within the next few weeks the Admin istration developed a complete change of face. Text of Villa's Letter. Following Is Villa's letter: Absolutely confidential. Private correspondence of Francisco Villa. Aguas CUcntas, July ti, 1915. To His Excellency, Woodrow Wil son, President of the United States, Honorable President: I Judgo It absolutely necessary for the good of the country and the prosperity of the Mexican republic to state to you categorically and em phatically that I do not aspire In nnv way to assume tho presidency of my country; that altho I have been lighting for some years upon the field of battle it Is not my purpose to impose my will upon the nation nor to establish a dictatorship which shall imperial the legitimate rights of the Mexicans; that my only desire, up to now, has been to secure the liberty, peace and welfare of the people; that my ambition and zeal has been only to frco them of abuses and tyrannies, so that tho rights of the peoplo shall be respected and they can exercise their sovereignty free from dicta tion. Undoubtedly you know 'that tho Government convention held In the city of MexIcoMlesignated us provis ional president Senor Francisco La gos Chazaro, but dcslriug that the civil wur In my country bhull cease as soon as possible, I find myself in u position to dcclaro to you that, af ter having overcome many difficulties, tliu factions of the South and of the North have now been brought definitely Into accord; that la, til army of liberation under direct command of Gen. Emlllnuo Zapata and tho army of th eNorth, which is under my personal orders. Ex'inlcro 1 Suggested. After various communications up on the subject I havo arranged that the urmy of tho South suggest for tho provisional presidency of tho Sonar Francisco Ksouduro, at you will sea by tho uuclobod latter and I um glad to be able to assure I.atin-AmerlcCar-ranzwas-give- n The Senor Escudcro hns not been designated as tho Provisional President because I do not believe for this, there already being a Provisional President in the City of Moxlco, Senor Lagos Chazaro, already mentioned. So If we did this now wc should linye tho anomaly of two Presidents, ouo In the City of Mexico nnd another in Chihuahua, nnd there would bo complete division of tho two armies which havo agreed to unite their alms and aspirations, their resources nnd their forces to dominate the military field which we should undoubtedly be able to do in a short time. Wc have deemed it not to be tho part of political prudence to make an immediate designation, thus avoiding n useless rupture of tho revolutionary unity. Opinion Is Asked. But, If your excellency, as President of the United States would say what you think of Senor Escudero, nnd If such opinion were to tho effect that yini consider this counsellor of laws persona grata with the Government of the United States and that If ho were designated Provisional President his government would bo recognized by that of the United States, wo would proceed, we, representatives of the Army of tho North and of the South, to name a Provisional President of the republic to the end that the recognition by the Government over which you so worthily preside being secure, we might then bring about the pacification of .Mex- J c j .,, WITH POLITICIANS IN OHIO COUNTY .Narrows lti'(iilllriius Enthusiastic. A good sized Hughes Club was organized nt Narrows on October 1 1!. Dr. W. L. Lawlncu, and his partv workers were very enthusiastic and manifested finite a good deal of Inw Judge T. .1. Sparks. terest In the precinct. Judge T. J. Sparks, of Greem II,-- , 1). Kirk, Republican nominee A. for County Attorney, was present and made several very effective sp.lv assisted In the organization of tlm in Ohio county Inst week, at Itnrk-porHorse Branch, Fordsvllle. ,111. Hughes Club. Beaver Dam. At each of these p'lcis fair sized audiences were In attend31 mh Interest In Sulphur Springs. At Horse Branch, Judge The, Republicans Sulphur ance. of Sparks was Introduced by A. D. K riv, Springs voting precinct are manifesting an unusual Interest In the cam- Republican nominee for Count At paign .this ear. Chairman Kills toruey, who discussed briefly tb- - u Mitchell and his elllclent campaign sues of tho National campaign ami committee arc thoroughly convinced touched upon the duties of the Counthat a handsome Republican majori- ty Attorney nnd the Importnnc of ty will be polled there at the Novem- his olllce to the people of the c un- ico. ty. In case a Provisional President is ber election. . designated he will, of course, take HARTFORD PRESSING CI.I'IL Huslno In (,'(mm1 Condition. his seat with the sole purpose of preReports from Roslnc show the ReClothes clenued nnd pressed Reparing for the election of a permaSatisfaction nent President of the republic publicans of that precinct to be In pairing. guarnn'oe'. and will havo as his primary object better condition nnd more strongly Work called for and delivered. She? o over Ohio County Bottling the pacification of tho country and orgunlzed than for many years. Worxs may bo counted on for nn old 42tf beginning national reconstruction, to ED. NALL, V'o. the end that tho damage wrought by the revolution may be repaired. Awaiting your reply, I have the honor to sign mjself. Truly your affectionate .servant, (Signed) FRANCISCO VILLA. t, Ito-sin- majority, al tint time Republican coming November election, Airman John D. Leach, and his party Saturday met workers u i October 14. and organize' Hughes Club for tho further ai?. vaucement of tho party cause, in lut precinct. A. D. Kirk, Ropubi nominee for County Attorney nnd assisted In the orgai 7 tlou. STRAY STREAKS. (By Fluke McFluke.) We know of two members of the medical profession who would state on oath, based upon first baud and expert knowledge that all parties bur.vfng dogs should be required to erect monuments at tho graves of said departed dogs. We loaned a friend of ours a suit case last week to make a trip with under the promise and impression that we wouldn't lose any thing by Yos, we got the our generosity. satchel back alright but blamed If wo ever let It out.'again, Censored ny Al. An unusual pretty girl came to town ono day last week, wearing, so it is tald, a waist short from the upper end and a skirt rather short on tho roverso end, and when we went out 011 the streets just after &ald Mir damsel left wo counted eight ' young men, - or lit middle uged ) men uuu or iu irom sain last uain-- i cd age up to 70 all cutting up and prancing around just 'llko 2 jear, olds. Niuuteeii of these gii)s asked mo If I got to sco this romarkablo girl, to which I said no. But quietly, I kinder wish I had if it would havo mudo 1110 us gay us It did some of thosuuld birds. II LADIDS' CLOAKS You may be feeling the need of a Cloak for yourself or some other I ' A friend of A. E. Pate's says thut one day .last Pato got cioss-eye- d wunV wlillo wi.llii v. ,111 mi tmf fitiwi.. bile. Don't know whether Addis camo In contact with the magneto and got a shock or not.' A good Democratic friend of ours, who happened to owu a fine largo auto, brought Senator Olllo James from Beaver Dam to Hartford yesterday and as a matter of cqurso wus scheduled do take Mr. James back to Heaver Dam to meet train No. 102 Tho gout with the big fine car could not bo located so they just guvo Olllo tho back end of 11 Ford and rushed him off to moot his train, and the first named gentleman appeared upon tho scuno about tho tlmo tho said Ford was entering Bouvor Dam. "NOt a Ford Ad." ' member of your family. We are well prepared to fit vou jjp in the Cloak you need. The 1 siyies iu uur bioaits are me very best. The fabrics are attractive, latest patterns and dependable qualities. Everything abouUur Cloaks is right. We haven't "forgotten the children. We have all sizes, from the infants' long Cloaks up to the largest woman. ' Our prices on each garment are strictly on a par with the quality, anb remember that later nurchas- es will cost more. Supply your needs as early as possible. The saving will pay for the extra trouble. E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. rWlrftrWtaWflAK Wfttfftftft wwfttftr V i I ZfutcJfCaf - I o3 nR K. T. Williams and her nunt, Mrs. Lydla l'ottcr, who wasivcry painfully Injured two weeks ngo. It Is thought that Mrs. l'ottcr Is doing fairly well nt present. JAMES DEFENDS THE WILSON POLICIES LAl'DS DEMOCRATIC ACTIONS AXD LEGISLATION ATTACK! GOV. HUGHES. REINFORCED HOSIERYFor TVTen - Without Holes Hose that fit snugly in the ankle, that are handsome and dressy in appea'rancc and yet Ho 56 feu. jH!l ?i ! ' Ilorn to Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank 0. Foroman, of Arjny, Ky., a flno hoy, Tuesday. With the qualities ho In herits from his dad, who Is a Hartford hoy, and the environments of tho Kentucky mountains tho new "Hralney" will surely he a real fellow. Jinny from here are expected to A attend the school fair at Kordsvlllo g Dig preparations aro Saturday. big event made to make this a mid i very school In tho county Is In- From Indl-- I vltid to ho represented. cations ono of tha largest crowds ev-iIn Kordsvlllo Is expected to ho In attendance. hn-Intr For Sale. Shot Double barrel, hammerless barrels, cylinGun, 12 gauge, 30-lder nnd modified, slightly used, practically good as new. Price $.13. n. that nave the sturdy, A. V. LOGAN, 10t2 Hartford, Ky. . lUllg IIV.UI WI b i g -v a 1 u e J" durability that makes them a ''m" '41 1 still ix service. ' purchase. It is practical because of Black Cat's knit-i- n quality that we Militiamen Who Fnllcil to Take Oath N Still In. EK". AQMw fW BrtmmmWmmtJmM if1 (' I WmmmmWmfRim do such a large business 1 in this DODular brand. One pair will be enough to convince you. r US J24Z&1&6& Hartford Republican. 'Ill DAY, OCTOBER 20. L., II. & ST. L. R. R. TISU2 TABLE. No. 113 duo at Ellniltch 8:32 p m. No 110 duo at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. . 3:40 p. m. No, 112 Lt. Ellmltch Ar. Irvlngton . 6:35 p.m. Lv. Irvlngton . C:5G p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. . 8:35 a. m. No. 111 Lv. Louisville Ar. Irvlngton . .10:06 a. m. Lv. Irvlngton .10:40 a.m. Ar. Ellmltch .. 1:04 p. m. M., II. E. R. R. TIME TABLE. South BdTind, No. 115 8:45 a, m. Duo at Hartford North Bound, No. 114 5:55 p m. Due at Hartford ' (Both "Mixed Trains.) For Sale or Trade Nice Marc and Colt. Address DR. J. S. BEAN, Hartford, or Horse Branch, Ky. lltf If you want something good Just try a pie- made of the mince meat. Just arrived at Moore's Meat Mar1G12 ket. Mrs. Jt. R. Wedding returned Monday from a visit to her sou and daughter-in-laMr. and Mrs. Arthur Petty, of Henderson. - nev. Samuel P. Martin loft Monday for Centertown, where ho will conduct a two weeks' revival meeting. Owensboro News. Mrs. Robert Uugan and son, Mr. Bert Dugan, returned to Owensboro Wednesday, after a visit '.with Mrs. ' , T. S. Marks and family. Judge cTM. CroAvo attended the V y r ."V 4C meeting of the Grand Lodge,. F. & A. M., In Loulsvlllo this weok as representative of tho local lodge. Ohio county has u gobdTeprcscntn-tlo- n In the Kentucky State UniversiPersonal News ty at Lexington this year and all of tho fellows aromaklng good. and Social Euents, Mr. MalioryH. Murphreo, of arrived In Hartford Wednesday evening and will be In tho tobacco business hero this winter. Mr. S. J. Tichenor, of McIIenry, Wanted Two glflstohelp with was hero yesterday. cooking and household work. AdMr. J'. C. Hlley loft yesterday for dress DR. L. B. BEAN, a business trip to Louisville. Hartford, Ky. PcttyisTn Hendercottage. In Miss Eleanor For Kent. A good repair. Apply at this olllco Ctf son, whero she will take a course In the tutorship of For SjIo Wagon and team. Ap- shorthand under Mrs. Arthur Pether sister-in-laply to Mrs. Eck Hudson, Hartford. ty. ; For SaleHoiiho and lot In Hurt-forNelson's Blue- Front Cash Grocery Cheap at $350. Apply at this will pay tho highest market price 13f for good Butter, Eggs, Onions, Irish office. from Potatoes. Wo also buy nil kinds of S. O. Keowrf has returned lOtlp Greendale, where ho hud taken Oa- - rags. ray Malone. Mrs! A. E. Ellis, of WashMr. and Miss Evelyn" Clarkr'of Suunydalo, ington, .aro vlsltUig1 lu Hartford and visited relatives In town Tuesday and Owensboro. Mr. Ellis, who Is emWednesday. ployed In the War Department, Is on t prayer meeting Sun- -' his vacation. There will be day night ut 7 o'clock at the Mcth-- f L. C. LeVchTecenlly sold his farm g odlht church, situated on Rodto' Hartford, of CO ucres to Mr. Noel Malln, Rrfiokl, of city, vlslt- -. Mr. Waltman Considerod Mrs. Fldreuco- - Southard, of Sim- of Buel, McLearl count)'. 12,500. ation mons, Sunday Messrs. "M. L .Heavrln, R. B. MarMrs. Mattlo"Dr Barrett" left Wednesday for Toxus, whero alio will tin, A. 1). Kirk and E. G. Barrass were among thoao from Ohio county make her homo. who attended the Roosevelt spenklng O." LTvolyand "wffo have re,l)r. O. Wednesday night. turned to Tar River, Okla., after a In Louisville and" Mrs. Howard Gray, of St. hero. Mr. visit with relatives Mr. and Mrs. Emma"SchToetor Is visiting John, Kansas, aro vlsljlng P. Taylor. Mrs. Gray Is a Mrs. C. E. Mrs. H. her duughter-ln-lun daughter of tho lato Dr. J. E. Sclnooter, of Beaver Danu slater of Mrs. Taylor ami Mrs. Emory" Schroeter entertainy Rev. S. E. Harlan roturnod ed wlth'iooU In honor of Mrs. C. O. from Kckurty, Intl.. whero ho Ulvor, Okla. Lively, of Tar was engaged in series of meetings. Loans wanted In Muhlonborg, McN Ho loft yetitordny for Illjnojg whoro Lean, Davloss, Wubstor, Butlor and a real ho has huu eiiKUKtid to conduet good flrt-cla- i piilo aountlBB on meeting. x 'estato for 5 years. Mrs. Hittfirifuury. of W. II. PARKS. te vmtlng hqr alstor, Mrs. Hartford, Ky. cotC ' I d. - y - , con-slstln- " Pcn-dloto- Wod-nwdu- nr JUul-Isonvll- lo, Boston, Mass., Oct. 18. The UnitCircuit Court of Appeals ruled today that members of the Stato militia wore still In scrtlcc for Federal military purposes, notwithstanding their failure to take tho oath under the National Defense act of Inst June. This decibiou reverses a recent order of the Federal District Court. REPUBLICAN SPEAKING DATES. The case was considered a test of tho application of the new law upon The following Is a list of speaking which disposition of similar cases In appointments as announced by the other States will depend. Republican Campaign Committee for Ohio cuonty: County Committee to Meet. Judge It. It. Wedding and Tho Ohio County Republican ExA. J. Burnett ecutive Committee has been called Sugar Grove School House, Octoto meet at Hartford, on Wednesday, ber 20, 7 p. m. the 25 of October, at 12:30 o'clock C. P. Kcown and p. m. Every member Is urged lo Otto C. Martin be present. Oak Grove School House, October 20, 7 p. m. BOY POINTS "UNLOADED" Rob Roy, October 21, 7 p. m. GUN AND KILLS CHILDREN Shrove, October 2G, 7 p. m. Narrows, October 27, 7 p. m. Central City, Ky., October 16. An Dundee, October 28, 7 p. m. "unloaded" gun was responsible for Taylor Mines, October 30, 7 p. m. the death of two colored children, Simmons, October 31, 7 p. m. here Sunday afternoon. A child by L. II. Condit and the name of Booker, of Drakesboro, W. A. Balrd. was visiting tho family of Josh Lone Star Church, October 24, at Jess Wood, 7 p. m. on tho West side. son of Jim Wood.who the Centertown, October 25, 7 p. m. lived in tho adjoining house, was Matanzas, "Nail's School House," holding what he supposed was an .October 2C, 7 p. m. m unloaded gun and it Is said called to Hon. M. L. Heavrln and asked them if they the children and E. S. Howard , iranted him to shoot. It Is said they Centertown, October 21, 7 p. m. called back "do Itr" Ho did, and all Horso Branch, October 26, 7 p. m. threo dropped in 'their tracks on the Roslno, October 27, 7 p. m. front porch of their homo. Medical Mt. Pleasant, October 28, 7 p. m. aid was called and the Booker child Hon. John P. Ha.swcll, Jr. was hurled to his home at DrakesCandidate for Congress,, boro, butNJled on tho way. He was Union Grove, Oct. 20, 1:30 p. m. 8 years old. McIIenry, Oc020, 7:30 p. m. ' The Bostick boy died at 7:15 SunHoflln, Oct. 21, 1:30 p. m. day night, Just nn hour after the first Centertown, Oct. 21K7 p. m. child died. The little girl, aged G years, Is still alive and It Is believed HARDINSBURG CLUB MAKES she will recover as she was shielded TOUR OF BRECKENRIDGE from tho shot by the bodies of her brother and the Booker child. As the Hardinsburg, Ky., Oct. IS. The entire affair was purely accidental Hardlnsburg Booster Club made a it is not thought that any arrest will n tour over the county bo made. Fifty of the leading business men of tho tqwn collected ten PARIS IS MORE FOR CIDER automobiles and spent the entire day AND BEER THAN WINE, NOW In making this tour. Stop3 wero made at West View, McDaniels, Madrid, Washington, Oct. 1G. Cider and Hudson, Constantino, Custer and Garbeer havo taken tho place of wlno field. Able talks wero made on classin many Parisian households, ac- ing nnd grading of tobacco, the raiscording to figures from American ing and feeding of all kinds of liveConsuls, which show that during stock, good roads and other subjects August 20,000,000 less quarts of of interest to the farmers, as well as wlno were brought Into Paris than In business men. The members of the 191C. Approximately August, club spent tho noon hour at Cus"more quarts of cider and beer ter. wero brought to tho city. Tho same dispatches roport a meat NEWMAN MAKES TALK TO shortngo In Paris. Tho importation CROWD OF TWENTV-SIof frozen meat Is being urged by consumers and others. Former Comlssloner of Agriculture Nowman spoke here Monday afIn County Court. ternoon In tho inteiest of the DemoW. A. Owou qualified as guardian cratic ticket. There were twenty-si- x of Cnrrlo May Duke yesterday. In tho audience by actual count. E. T. Williams renewed his bond That there wero no more In the as administrator of tho estate of Is said by some to be duo to Jesso S. Williams, deceased, recent- tho fact that there was a slight frost ly. the night before. Tho Ohio County Fiscal Court has Tho speaker only made a short been called to meet In special ses- talk to tho, twenty-sisome of which sion on October 23, for tho purpose were Republicans and departed. The of arranging for money with which speaking had been well advertised. to meet the county's obligations. MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED SINCE OUR LAST REPORT NEWPORT REIMBURSED BV THE U. S. FOR FIRE LOSS Omor Taylor, Heaver Dam, to Cal- Newport, Ky., Oct. 17. Through I Ho Cox, Beaver Dam. J, D. Hoover, Hartford, R. 3, to the efforts of Senator James and Congressman Rouse, the city of Edna Ferroll, Haitford, R. 3. George Abuer, McIIenry, to Kate Newport will recolvo $40,000 fiom tho United Statos government. Seven Romehlll, McIIenry. onney Headier, Fairfield, III., to years ago tho Newport pumping plant on tho Ohio rlvor burned. An Carrie Camflold, Wysox. NoalL. Rowe, Hartford, 11. 4, to oil lamp placed on the building as a signal government light exploded, Bera T, Bean, Hartford. Clyde Funic, Hartford, R. 5, to causing tho tiro, lt wus claimed. Tho lags entailed was ?40.0Q0, and Now-po- rt Addle Muy Gains, S,un;ydale. (Had a claim for that amount Charlie A. MoDantel.Horgg BraRohi to Carrlo May Duk. Olnton. against tho government. ed States The Ohio County Democratic Committee flrcd Its big gun of the 1910 Presidential campaign In Ohio county yesterday when Senator OUlo M. Jatnet spoke In tho court house at Threatening weather in Hartford. tho early morning cast a gloom In- ,to Democratic ranks but by noon prospects wero brighter and-thcourt room was filled for the speaking. Senator James defended the Wilson policies nnd lauded legislation party. passed by tho Democratic He said wo should have no fears of competition nftcr the European war because of the great loss of life in the belligerent countries. Ho dwelled upon the Farm Loan Act and the Income Tax law. bitterly attacked Tho speaker Hughes and tho Republican party charging that the former Justice had failed to denounce all laws passed by the Democrats. Many ladles were lu the audience and tho room was well filled with school children, the local high school having been dismissed for tho occasion. Senator James was forced to cut short his speech in order to t:atch a spoke train for Louisville, where last night. Ho was introduced by H. P. Taylor. c ssasssnQ U (C j H! doeQinds long-fibr- JmmWmsmw LJ Thoroughly Endorsed by This Store You'll find these popular silks exquisite, soft and delightfully attractirc. The wonderful richness and durability of Bclding's Silk Fabrics arc due to the fact that they arc made silks, and dyed with of the finest Italian e chemically pure dyesv Just compare them with any other silks at the same prices and note the superiority of Bclding's. We carry Belding's Lining Silks, Petticoat Silks and their wonderful array of Dress Silk. All guaranteed by the manufacturer to give satisfactory wear. Come in and sec them., g IB SS333 je gSKSSSaS2eS2SSSJ28S2332S2S3S33S2f5SSSSISa2SS 838SS In addition to Beldings Silks we have Taffetas in an assortment of colors at $1.25 and $1.50 per yard. Also Gros de Londres in black only, 36 inches wide, at $1.85 per yard. Silk Poplins in all the new shades at $1.25 per yard. See our linfe of Crepe de Chines at . $1.25 and $1.50. CARSON & CO. Incorporated Bo-sti- ck HARTFORD, LATEST WAR NEWS KY. oners thirty officers and 1,900 men. town-to-towy. v X co x, Thursday. Apparently tho TeuRumania. tonic Allies have been stopped In TueMlay. their advance all alpng the border. Rumania. Rumanian army head- Tho Bucharest War Office asserts that quarters report that In the Alt River attacks have been ropulscd with region the troops of King Ferdinand heavy losses to the foe. . have occupied several positions held by Teutonic Allies. Bucharest claims GaUciu. On the Narayuvka front, all attacks repulsed except that in the the Bavarians have stormed a RusBurzen Valley. sian position and captured SCO men and twelve machf no,, guns. . RiiksIu. Hard fighting is going on from west of Lutsk, through Gnllcla Somine. Both north and south of to tho Carpathians, with an advan- the Sorarao the French have ruado tage claimed by neither sldo. is in fresh gains. Sallly-Salllistheir hands, and the Germans havo France. Big guns of both 6ides been driven from the surrounding on the Somme front did tho greater hills. part of tho work. To the south of Aerial Ferry ut Niagara. the river a wood fell into the hands Niagara Falls,sN. Y Oct. 17. An of the French. aerial ferry, the greatest of Its kind provisional 'govern- ever constructed, now crosses tho faGrc?. The ment of Greece formed on the Island mous Niagara Whirlpool at Niagara of Crete has been recognized by the Falls. It has recently been operating for the public for tho first time. Entente Powers. Tho ferry Is a hugo car suspend. ed from powerful cables and gives Wednesday. sightseeing tourists n new and In Greece. With tho occupation of teresting view of thur" falls nnd all Athens and Piraeus by marines from arotiud. Aside from the views, tho the warships of tho Entente Powers, thrills experienced in being carried a tense situation has arisen In Ath- through the air In so unusual a way ens. Great crowds of Royalists havo are said to bo well worth tho ride. paraded the streets of the Greek capThe cables aro 1,800 feet In length ital eheerlng the King, and cordons nnd though of great strength no morn of Greek troops and marines , have than thirty-si- x passengers aro ever been thrown about tho railway sta- allowed to occupy the ferry. It travtions, city hall and other polntc oc- els 150 feet abovo tho whirlpool, and cupied by tho Entente forces to pre- even at this height the noise from tho vent clashes between them and the falls Is so great that conversation Is Royalists. hardly possible. An unofficial dispatch says Admiral du Fournet was hissed by the throngs in tho streets of Athens and that a detachment of French sailors was driven back by tho hostile crowd. King Constantlne, in a speech to I, OR ONE OF MY DEPUTIES the otlicers of his fleet, told them he WILL BE AT THE FOLLOWING. would stand by them, no matter what PLACES ON DATES MENTIONED y consequences might follow their BELOW: to Greece. Friday, Oct. 20.-- Wysox. Saturday, Williams Oct 21. Transylvania. - Tho Rumanians, fighting near the border passes, con- Mines. Saturday, Oct. 21,. Taylor .M.i" a tinue tenaciously to hold back tho Aubtro-GermaMondayi Oct. 2C Centertown. almost overywhera. Tuebday, Oct. 24. Matanzas In the Uzul Valley thoy have driven edntfcdny, Oct.- 2C. KronoK. a tho Invaders back across tho Ruman13. ian border. Watfiiesday, Oct. 25. Geralvo, p. acGallci.i. The Austro-aexmaSaturday, Oct. 2S. Rookport cording tb Qorliii and Viunna, uav front or one grills will be tho Iiut call tint of Itio tnkan trenobes avor nad a qnnrtar mllg front the Rut. OtllQO. S. O. KKOWN, Sheriff. etftiw In QnMaia and nine made iitw el ! Pay Your Taxes! loy-allt- - ... u, , .4 TWO NEGROES HANGED ' BY MOD IN PA'DUGAH I AMH TKKK UHKli l''OK DOl'lH.K VICTIMS AUK JIANIX ! ItimXKr). -- i IDEALS iOTEL OfAMERKAN Ky., Oct. 10. In broad raducah. In a tlty whcr rood hotel daylight, with lolsurcly dotcrmlna abound, th Powbiuo hcdt the " Jlit-v- . Hen and In full view of at'least 5, Historic Black Forest. It li firit'ln the'heitu of lt 10 people, a mob. of 200 y took Thn Hlnc4c forest has a charm that jountrjwTKn. r Jtrack Finlcy from tho coifnty Jail, ,,nn uo founa n no other part of tho him three miles on foot to world. Tho hills and valleys nbound tho home of Mrs. Etta Rose, whom in plno woods of so dark a green as is accused of assaulting, had him to bo almost black. And from thceo ' tnl. The prepnrallm. and the work of Wentlfled and hung him to a trco .' tho forest takes Its name. And these - ...,.., ""- VTQCB uo give U HUGH ..v ... u ..kick !" '.' " llio llOURP Hmp not 40 ards from nmi that it looks forbidding and' careful, patient work. Then finally (ho They riddled Mm with bullets nml nnl. ,tfl s,.,b conlll,nlnR tlll. ll0ll mQ.B bac rq them set fire to him. cued with shellac N wrapped in Htr.nv hills arc as dark as its history. t nml shipped to the institution which Tie Towfutan il tclTnciJ, Meanwhile, another section of tho and restful.' Its excelac- -j Is to receive them. To tako the lionet moIj captUred Jesse- Thornhlll, lent location on Penntybrani by Avenue, 18th ami II Streets. , FOR FLETCHER'S Tnd BDwkllnR'cyo " ot from tUo sl"l. and inepare them for of endorsing the crime of Kin- cased make it a desirable headquar.nountlng rcnulre all the patience and , ley, and while Identincatlon was go- - seres ters (or bridal couples, tourist I of a skill of a master mechanic. I erycare-- t parties, conventioni, Schools and fng on, hung him to tho very tree p,cascd or amuscd sfat0 of mlnd. as ts fuVi ofte wH thc Incst of (leltll, collegei. ", upon which Klnley was later hung. It the retraction of the corners of tho i00i,( (t j, t,CccMsnry to dig away the "TlieTPowriatan" attracta "the Happiness. people t culture and education. leek the mob three hours to secure mouth and upper lip, with tho wrln- - sandstone covering 'the bonpi. ' ItsSiroximity to State, War and .Happiness lies In tho consciousness Navy Departments, also to many their man. County officials and tho klcs thus produced. Even tlio eyes or- The work becomes more delicate nn we points of historical interest, have of it, and by no means in tho doThey put microcephalous Idiots, who are so the fragile bones appear. As soon as oollco occupied the Jail. makes this hotel especially to -discriminating pub-- , keys Graded that they never learn to speak, exposed to thc air the pulverized mass way tho future keeps its promise. up no fight, but discarded their lie,, brighten B,,nt,Sr whcn the' nro given n coat of shellac, and this Ocorgo Sand. nnd the mob was forcod to send to a j pleased.' . . Tht Powhatan oilers room process Is continued until It become 1.50, with dttathtd bath at foundry for tools with which to en firm nnd durable. After the propamtor $2.00 and up. ti Rooms with w York lawyer tells of a mnn A ter the cages. bath, U.iO. $1.00 and up. has tin- - material In working shape he Orlaln of JaDanese. Who had been convicted of Rtealtng by A9rile for tootlet with mipi Circuit Judge Reed rushed up the n tin IllUSt llllll till IllUshlK PlUtl, retOrllW tf la nf rnnrao Imnnqnlhlo CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Jail steps nnd exhorted the Jailer precIse u,lon the aui,ject of thc origin them with plaster. This rcnulrei a a cortali) "Diiwii Kast" Judge, well Manager, not to give up, but was lorced away ot tije jnpancse people. They may careful study of other prehNtoile known for his lenderheartPduess. O O "Have you ever been sentenced fo gun. Sheriff George Allen re- - have come originally from China or bones. The skeleton Is then mounted, with a a work which i lomparathcly easy Iniprlsoiitmuit?" asked the Judge, gJillllllllitlltlltliHIMIil'MlTiTlgT maiived in the court house, and other Malaysia, or from any one of a dozen proccs.-ArK- onot unkindly. county officials were scattered In the other regions. It Is certain that they !'s regards the AxIiir are an amalgamation of several differ-- ' imut- "Nover!" uxclaliued the prisoner, crowd on tho court house lawn. ' Is guess-Cornell ami piiHilrnii were lii the ent races, but beyond this all miiouv uuuoi nnmcD tM iiiuoii i iennno suddenly bursting Into tears. man," umivuuii iii "Well, well, don't, cry, my jnob that attended the lvnchlnir "urK ila la U1L i.ist-- ui iiiu uugiu ui every ouier race 01 men coiiKoliugly, "you'ro many crowning eagerly to view the ' They Affect tho Saliva and Lack Nee- - suld his honor, going to he now." body while others became hysterical essary Minoral Elements. Sarcastic Married Man. IT HUME and screamed. Flnley never utter lr .vou w' l0. Prevent your toutn "Yes." said the bachelor, with tho For a .Muddy Complexion. ed a sound during the ordeal. Ho consclous DI.IlIe of sacrlflce' -- i niako from decnyins keep jour saliva ulka Tako Chamberlain's Tablets and is a negro of about 35. Thornhlll a 1)0nt of gvn)g up certaln pleasures iiw- - 'l'"e "Hva has two functions, pleaded with tho men not to kill him. during Lent." 'Huh!" snorted the lll ,lrt!t of which is to saturate the adopt a diet of vegetables and cerCircuit married man. "You bachelors have a ''l1 while it Is belli;; chewed and to eals. Take outdoor exerciso dally He was young, about 22. of Judge Ueed was the only olllcial to cinch on ihat sort of thing. What are prepare it for the action no the gastric- and your complexion will be greatly The second, and less Impor- improved within a feV months. Try phow resistance to the mob, nnd hoi forty days to three hundred and sixty- the teeth and the cav- - It. Obtainable everywhere. Iflvo'" Town Topics. t"t. is to in was forced from the Jail at the point ot a K,,n- In "" tlele lu the Medical Itevluw Keep Up Belief The mob was principally made up j Beevo ,n ,ourse,f be,eve n hu. of Uevlews T. Uoiiullrt Fiiriib wiyii of I. C. shopmen, of whom George mnnlty-beI- eve we have got so far away from In the success of your GVAKANTKKI) SKKVICK Rqse, husband of the woman attack- - undertakings. Fear nothing and no "nt'iral life that only live persons In per cent Ono bundrpil cd, was a lone. Love your work. Work, hope, IU" u:l- - !,"'!1""1 'sainn. Chewing stimulates the sallvar.i vnlue. Special work for W. It was on the way to the Iteed home trust. Keep In touch with today, glauiR Soft, starchy, mushy foods, O. W. that the mob seized Thornhlll, who Teachyourself to he practical, aw i j. . ii from which the mineral salts have date and sensible. You cannot fall. W. V. STEVENS, lauded Finley's action and had been extruded, need little or m R. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky been cursing white people. Arriving SelectcJ-n- t chewing, mi the salivary glands are not Representing Continental the Hose home, Flnley was taken they do not supply stimulated. And Electricity and Lightning. beforb the woman for Identincatlon. Marble & Granite Co. the ate ueces Benjamin Franklin was the first to sary mineral elements thatbody. Stub Meanwhile, the mob determined to to the lluiiis of the prove me Jyncb. the other captive. He was tak- electricity. identity ot iiRiiinini; wun foods stick between the teeth and in The Idea of electricity the recesses uf tlio iiumtii. where the ' en to a tree, a noose placed around , V u ..,,, .. , ferment and decay and become tliv his neck, the other end attached to an automobile and tho nepro strung pick up bits of straw, and the lode b,vwlJll.. geiierale for bacteria. Tho acids which eat bai'terhi TFvn'iwantto niffecil mT C up. Shortly, it was announced that stone draw hits of iron. 1 In lifr jou mmt know away the substance of the teeth, mak. nliut is itcw in Imhiiicsa and Indua- , Mrs. Hose had identified Flnley and ' ing holes in which more food lodge, tr'. In indention anil fcienre. was hanged to the same tree, byi Get out of the rut; cct on the Urine Ifne. Rj ad Military Titles. and so Hie evl process goes on. the same methods. A flro was built . The titles "colonel." "major." "cap. The uoruiitl alkaline saliva Is one of AAaKaKakasaKatLkaAa&afcMjLaZXXaR and both bodies were charred beyond tain," as applied to officers of tho the best of the protectors of the body FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE militia, are perfectly proper and quite against the attack of bacteria. Not recognition. Dissolved In water for douches atopa 'egltlmate, and those holding such po-- 1 only Is the saliva slightly bactericidal, 7 o'clock Tho mob worked from pelric catarrh, ulceration and inflam-matiotiiffiil rmraitn. get Into the Jail cell 7 Z; fh " tojaearly noon lia4 tin' ,"' ."" , l" "" "'"!i mn, "" Kii"y couuieracus u.o ac.os ithefnftlntfrct.ncnndi ir tli. Kvrrv mniitri nd Pinkham Recommended by Lydia E. mniir'v'i ii ... ..... ow M.V..O ...... t.v.u.. IIUUL1VIH1 Med. Co. for ten year. ll. llll'i; IIUI.IUII.I. containing Flnley. Finally, a foundry 300 Pictures 300 'Artielea j A betding wonder for tuaal catarrh, . Starchy fools should always be ac- man cut the bars. Flnley walked out nil for onlylSrxnts. All thc new Idraa and ore throat and tore eyea. Economical. conipanled by fruits or berries, for the Goed Rules to Observe. in rlcctrlcitv and vrlrrlcss. In Mil titiabtdifisry deaoihij and trnnicxlil prwtr. with his captors, apparently with lit! In shopwork and mitninnliilc. and ' these bus the peculiar property It la a good and safe rule to so- -' rre. sue. au dniicuu. or mind jA tiuvhinerr. isanieTh I'.IIonTtJfl Cmnpany. Bcalnn. Man.Lr tle evidence of a struggle. Thorn Journ In every place as if you meant i f changing to an alkali lu the body, in rjrminc, and VmaJ. HOW to make thinis at home, to mnneien hill begged for his life. The crowd, to spend your life there, never omit- - i,ntl besides, they are the best of stlniu-tln- g tnniiili, Iticluiliinc ri'rriircniUirs, poultry housra, luriiiturc, nutouioUle sliop repairs, etc. .. ..... I....I.I....- ...IS mil OI. ... Muiated at 5,060, came for the most an opportunity of doing a kind- - laM for the salivary glands. r.i It It is written In plain Lnsl'th for men and boys. part in automobiles. The members ness, or speaking a truo word, or OVCR 05 YEARS' 15 Centa a Copy $1.50 a Year Bears. disposed themselves along tho high making a friend. Ruskln, CXPEHIENCE a ncwHieaier or wiur uui- . ; lift It irnm Hears vary lu price, the most ex railroad trestle, a point of vantage. Fourth Ae N.Y. i'opularScieni-- Monttily, pensive being the polar bears, which n e Worth While Quotation. el pt ' it ? xu zc.i7 rC rlvL.Li (r points sad tatoli.a till pir. "If you mean, to act nobly, and seek cost ',')0t ?,r'- - Vost r ,,lie ,,irc,,,r Oinrmpnrs fnr Ttewflffi nf ......,. .., pxrii'ilttiniMi hrlm; buck nolar bears. . .1.1 .v.- -, Catarrh that Contain Mercury hatl; pul wlthn tho rcach of mPn J!ou nml, notwithstanding the heat, they as morciirv will surely destroy the unsa must fix your mind on that ond. and a.lc ""I'lT ",m to"lL'" uu "' Toapc Marko if mell and completely deraneo tlio Clsicnq not what will happen to you because Native bears are much cheaper. Ono whole system when entering it through mucous surfaces. Such nrtlck'3 should of It." George Eliot. C0PVr!ICHT3 &.C. bear family In Ilronx member of the lho i?ver be used except on prescriptions AnTono"inUnRnelr'Hn' ii 4lee v Intwimriy i park. New York. Is si spectacle bear, so uc r I cO u qnlr r ii'' rip from reputable, physicians, as thedamugu r l ilc In'ilA-- J '"'' ' liiteuilmi I. Mli tliey will do Is ten fold to the good ynu called because of the makeup about niliiiU it.il. (I lloiia atrlci i.nl.'uia Dally Thought. possibly derive from them. Hall's ran . iin il'aie' tho eyes. He comes from .South Ameririit free, nl 'In.' Catarrh Cure, manufactured by V, J. r.itiM.is U.eil lliMiiuh Mumi X. to. rviurc I always think that the first time ica and was u present from a prlvnto Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no nvriiit tuillrt, nithuut cimrue. lu t'jo nrreury. and Is taken internally, acting ono feels pain and hopelessness t.wiiii.i.,Mi i.in.r n r..r n i k.,mv.. directly. upon tho blood and mucous surScientific teaches one a great deal about oneself. ' 0w onU. MKH.llmMI hl tptlvlty.-i:osl- ..n faces of the system. In buying Hall's It Is just yourself that you need to ir0t,i I.nrire.t fir. A hanrlinmelf Illustrated wcolr. Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genufja rillatliill ill I17 KlfinmoeuJ ine. It Is taken Internally and mad" in team aoout. .Manueii tjreignion. ....r fniir nuiiitl . IL. TpJedo, Ohio, by V, J. Cheney & Co. TesNew York timonials free. MUN..&Co.3MB'"d' A City Once Too Loyal. F'AHM LANDS and City Residences Mold by Druggists. Price 75c per bottle. UiuH omen. G3 If tU IVaabUutun, U U- Bridges Supported by Tanks. Urlstol has always been a lujul city Tke Hali'a Family Pills for constipation. nre now selling at n low cost, Two bridges In a city In India are j,a ouce displayed Its loyalty to mm but don't expect It to bo so nl-- 1 K Idcnce. on large metal tanks, which 0vn eminent disadvantage. Wheu ways. If you ever expect to own float on the water and accommodate j Henry VII. paid the city a visit in H'JO "You say that car of yours can your lurni or your uumo now is mako forty iiiIIdh an hour. Are you themselviis to tho rlso and fall. the citizens turned out lu such style thc time to buy. i to welcome him that the miserly nion- ure of that?" i arch, casting' an eye upon the lluery WE HAVE several farms listed In More Older People Employed. "I liuvo tho word of thrtu traffic Fower people under twenty and more displayed, promptly levied an Impost cop for It." New York World. Ohio county and thoy can be people over forty-fivare now env of 20 ou each Inhabitant "because hnd for reasonable prices and !l ployed in various industries than was their wives went too flue." London ' NWHWj A butcher tells tho story of a young liberal terms. If wo do not Chronicle. tho caeo ten years ago. woman who en mo Into his shop tho nave tno particular larm you uc- - mccaix patterns ,or slrnpitclty an other day nnd addressed him thus: sire we will mako efforts to geUlt Ce'c&.f,.ed nearly y'J. P"' fit.Sold in nearly The Lamp of a Man's Life. years. reliability Doing Her Share. "I bought three or four hams hero Dr. Holmes suld tbelauip of a man's you. CTery city and town In the United Slates an it. ior "It seems a pity, my dear Mrs. Canada, or by mail direct. More sn!d thai n, mouth or so ago, and they wero Gotham, that you New York society llfo hns. three wicks brain, blood and any other malic. Send for tree catalogue. any one of IF YOU want to move to Hartford UeCALL'S MAGAZINE tint?. Hnvo you any more of them?" women don't give up more of your breath and to turn down where our children will have tho Jlore tubtcribrrs than any othet lashioa "Yes, ma'am," said tho butcher. time to raising money for the poor." them makes the other two go out. magatina million a month. Invaluable. Lat ndvantago of a good high school will survive and est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, "There aro Jen of those- hams hang- "Jly dear Marjorie, how can you say The wounds a manlong us IiIh head, Hjaln scwlnir, fancy needlework, halrdrcsilng, notify us. Wo havo houses nnd even dlsregurd to such a thing? HavWt I sat up until ing up there now," (nquette, good sturles, etc. Only W cents heart and lungs are unhurt have lung lots lor sale and bellevo you can year (worth double), Including a iree pattern. play"Well," continued tho young wo- two o'clock for three nights now Subscribe today, or tend fur sample copy. been ono of the wonders of war hisselect ono from our list to your man, "if you are Btiro they're, off tho ing charity hrldgo?" Life. .WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS tory. liking. to Agents, 1'oJt.i! bilnRS premium citalogui tinie pig I'll take threo of them." and new cash prise oilers. Address Dally Thought. WE HAVE n comfortable homo In (HI UcCaLL C9. Z7I to III W. 37U SL. niw TOU Volta!reand the Doctors. Much of the charm of life Is ruined A Good Suggestion. Voltulru dcsnlsed doctors and. like Hartford, modern Improvements by exacting demands of conlldeuce. .vacbeth. thought It well lo "throw The restaurant manager blond nnd ti good garden in cultivatho cashier's doslc, wearing his . . . Those who wlbh to destroy all ,,,yH0 to the dosi" The I'reiich tion for salo or rent. 1'lace 'n those thuy love, to have lllor 01K.e 6tM A phyftlclau Is a man smllo for I'uch custom rents for $10 a mouth. revealed, aro unconscious-- ' ,vno pmiI.s ,!ri,B., 0f whlch he knows cverjtu. . er. An old gentleman walked up. Sinn. little Into the body of a man or which lv trllHni- - Mnlr nwn hiinntnnan. "I notice," suld ho, "that you jjrookt. ' ho knows lew." Cnll on or address vertlso to maku your own plus." NQ I?f fill ITr "Yes, sir," answurod tho manager, U 9e& Sleeplessness. Attentive. proudly, "wo do," tlse falls. Tho best remedy for sleeplessness "Is Wulson still ptiylug ntteiitlou to TINSLEY BARNETT Succeed xvben everytbhiifaid ftmalo "Would you permit mo to offer a Is a combination of honest work and that mMiiu' he was coaytlng two In ncivoua p'ostratlon weaknesses they ora the ouprcmo BUgUotIUIl?" clear conscience. If this falls, us oc- years agoi" Heal IMato Agents, remedy, C3 thjanJ3 h&Vo testified. "Cortniti.y, ar. Wt shuuld he no casionally it doos, try an onion sand"You Iwt he is. Thoy urw man led FOR KIDNCY. LIVER AND wich tit you hIqop by yourself) fol- notr, ami lie Iinr. to iniy.xtrU't attcti-(In- n happy If Vou would do o." Kentucky. STOPrfACK! TROUDLE to overyt Mug sho iy8.M tit. rrftilst "Weil, tli (in, 1st ftuilm one also lowed by a glow of hot milk or watery it is lha be&t tuodiuine ever sold Ttupuhllcan Olllco. ,iuke them." VbiladviitliU Public over o dru'gist'u counter. ' Both l'liouca, M'Jjsvrj Warlike Leaders! 8Ir Fmncln Younghusband said that when the Urltish expedition to Lhasa finrt met tho Tibetans and a fight was provokod, tho Lamas protested agalnet Uio wickedness of tho Urttlsh attack. Tho Tibetans, they insisted, had never meant resistance, nn.l fnr nronf thfiv tinlntod to tho presence of tho leaders with tho troops. If, they said, any fighting had been intended all thoso In authority would of "course have moved a day's march to the rearl ' UNEARTHING A A FOSSIL. Wlirn Htivliaiuls Meet. th first placo," confided tho first fittest, nl llio oxpetmlvo lint nt n w n known resort on the New Jem Const. "Nn more did I," replied tho r mid. "but my wlfo limited on i coming." "80 did mIno,"xsuld tho first. "H!i Mild wo had to como Just because tl.i Muiweys wero enuring, altho I to i her we simply could not afford t'r pxpeiiM." "And that's what I wild," explain ed the second, "hut my wlfo said w had to como bocntiSB tho llrowiti wero coining." "Why, look hero, my name Is Hrown." "And mine Is'Munsey." Then thc two men shook ono an other warmly by tho hnud.- - Philadelphia l'ttbllc Ledger. In 1 "I dldn'l want to como here ', ' j , Tack Demanding Call Care and Preparation. When tho Led of u ftwll U found tho In ninny IhmN serious work Influxthn bones nro without niiy Infiltrated flllliisr, ko that, though perfect In form, they nro w)ft mid rnialk. To rotnrdv tliH defect n I'wit of shellac Is npptlid il allowed to wait In. Then n hivoiiiI mini. mni mien ni..u-- . mu im mi. ,1k! ur innlrls. uii-bone cease to taho up sl.ellae. Am soon .in nil: mini' nils u.iiwv n.ii iMii- - ui cloth nro dipped in Hour paste and ml- Justed to make n linn bandnso. When dried In this stnsre the whole I firm enough to work nroiind, mid the ent rock U cently removed, (purine tho Hpecinien on Kotnewbat of a pedei-bDelicate - HOTEL ROWAN pStMGM D.C. apx'ojrojssioaaci'i Otto C. Martia Attorney at Law IIAUTFOltD, KY. praotlco his profession In Ha and adjoining counties. Comm.v and Criminal Practice u Specialty. Will T W.MII'.NTIIATTON rrniiiH'll. Ky ii mi o. ma llnrtfnril, "'l ""l MiiH.-jtinio- lr ndju-tarrie- STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practlco their profession In tMa and djolnlng counties. CollcctUos. 'Commercial ansl Criminal Practlco Prompt and vlgorti Specially. servlco .Votary In office I e ' I J 'SniSr Children Ory jO.ETAYLOR.CE Beaver Dam, Ky Hicjlivvay ' ( CASTO RA and Drainage Design. ' DR76.ErHARf VHTRRINARV SURGEON ky. ih:avi:u dam, , m prt-va- , Ofllcc Janle Taylor's Mvorr IJara, 1 CM1 , "T I HiJ nil promMIJ oW!6rO la UovLUin PATENTS eur THAT PAYi'ii""''orousuJ7, cftuuti i' . r no TRADCMAHKa , ' I Pontl irouri. tinuUjiT saneJi for tO yearr nrartlr. on lUntAUlitr. ,nMv ci.llirlpjjt.isurcM. rncc resort BUR Ii.Kk en B03-BO- PAsniNa B IrtnitI r.rfrMOou. RtrcrcNccs. lu rallies yirlla WH3I1INOTON, D. Sovonth Street, c. ! J ; Get on theHringLme WILL YOU TAKE OUR wBM GERMINAL REMEDY A Trealns.ii WEAIC ' 9LaaaHLaVaV JTTTr mfi1 for LUNGS or T. UuucM ,,, u, i CONSUMPTION ..,,, ,FOR ONEtired,MONTH rundown feelinc. A quick relief for that f SL -- coughs, palna la chest, nllht sweats, hemar rhiEcs, weak lunea or comumptlon. If It doca et help yea II casta you Dolkiaa. C OHIO MEDICAL CO. 'e SSSi5S?,:i? Popular Science MLonthiy a n. KILLthE COUCH AND I CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr. King's J New 0!sc9ry tc PIUCE f; aim. k Einnry-makin- hcii-ki.iii- - Tilal BotUo Freel AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTfiOUBlES. f F0RC!!r5sHS r-- -- ' GUA11ANTEED UATI3FAOIOKYS OB MONEY KEFUNJ3ED. .rw. w vTTigB rmiaxsiiatjnjaajBiv: 'i'lJ' Real JrsHSbf . ' m PROCUnrDAflODCFr.NDCD .. . . u . . ' I I Tf d lulV.i'v. Uo to obuun mtrliK I it.ni N COUNTRIES. I. 7u.ii.-i- j i Estate! fr. .... inn. It u n.imea'i,j .. itI lAa, I American, man 110 yam AtL nasitiigtun ilirrrt r un I Jrjvitni. t, uxtt iinu. Pittnt ind Infringement Practice ucluilvely. Wrliu or ennui tu us at Uitt WA3I4INQTON. D.C. ecu UalUd SUtas r.Unt OSca. I I 1 rs&Jw fcT,4 e 11IPPB POPUIMMCHAMCS AiAGAZIND 300 ARTICLES-3VTEKV Informed I - bo-hi- stoclf-lii-trad- o I lecfric ibd I "r ILLUSTRATIONS the World's Progress In bngineerlng, Mechanics nnd Invtntion. Koi Father and Son nnd All tho Family, It nppcali lL.MAn lnnllrltiHi .lllrl nnH ViMincKf .n t Is Itiu I morllo MkbujIiio lu t bou.aniia et louies thrnuuliout Ilia world, Our 1 un hji iurriiudeiitsurooiitautlyoii tkeHaUli lor tlilUKs new and lutcruilnii nod It la 00 " lot Written So You Can Understand It l no (SO Nstua i'uisea) ii.ntuln. D.pattmant I'riictleal II lata fur Wii'p n k nnd ". wura tot tbi lusmaa to do tbllli'm urounil thn II. .tu.. mT. r?t""n,t uf"! ror Ilia IVa and illrlnwliollkoloiaiilHililiim.lDll.linirloiiiokuUlri. Ima and 'JeUvriibli OntHia. Kniil.uia, liMt, huow hi JuMtlrr, ltwl humUnni, sir r.intulria In an 't. V Hartford, .truitu)iwrDrlhtAIubiMilc,OainerBadHitortitri.ui ., &INC.LS: COBirs. SI.30PCK VtAR OrSar turn or a.rat.r r r.. lam ilia uwabiM Sainpla .py Mia ti sent to request I'ost-Dlsiwtc- - tavaTggyiuy.a?few POPULflli MECHAUtCS MACkZINE 6 No Mlchluan Avanus. CHICAGO I ' New Price on i Farm Department Curing For Htnmlicrrlc.i. A Ford Cars! Ford Runabout . Ford Touring Car . $345:00 $360.00 F. 0. B. Detroit. Freight to Beaver Dam $18.00. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. r fi i -aw-iv AtOC1 R T fosdff TeacHThem A 1V C"UJ-" 1 ill riatfl 22CaliberRifles Lf "yk Bx. THE Trwa ClitK r til r( Llntl at Rttl I'mtnltlitt Sold by your home dealer and 3,250 other leading merchant In Kentucky tJ iavt.tmeat witk say Jcrclapiag youth. Rminfttn UMC S3 Ctl Rrh'lmt Riflt witk ths fanaua Rtmiafta UMC Slid Aetioa and Solid Ilr.rch bstarafrls. tail caff. Shoots 15 Shorts. 13 Leafs or It Leaa Rifla CartriJfcs without easily taVra start without toots. UMC Si Ctt. Rtmtmff .aV RiPili 'hots, handlist Rcraiastsu UMC Autoleadiaf .12 cartridg'es (rrm firt). HsmmrrUas. Mafuiaa la stack. without tool. REM OIL, J coailAsatiim PtttJtr StUnt. trill American father today haj pretty forgotten the old notion that any chance rifle "will do" for hia boy. The known facta about rifle! point aa strongly to Remington UMC in the .22 calibre arm aa in the bitf fame riflea. Every yor. tkauaaad1. of Voys tft couatry over a Rm(toa UMC .21 Csl. Ridj sad ara re ; tavfat Law tS uta it Vy tbeir fstbrrl. It's a gaaa1 ' Aul,ti;, i THE REMINGTON Ltrgtit Mtnftttrtrt ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE COMPANY Anmani'titn in lAf WtrlJ tf Ftrrtrmi Woolworth UaiUiaf. N.w York tJ a' , H WTffl i I J '1 .17iPTl I ffigro122 Repeating Rifle Model No.12 iu:kk is a good riacK to stop Louisville mtti.k moxkv & Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th Operates I 7th on tlio The Only Hotel in l.oulsvllio American and Kiiropcini IMiiiii. AMKKIOAX IM.AX (With Meals) ItoouiH without Itatli hut with Hot and Cold Kuimliig Water. single, $2.00 per day; 2 people, $2.00 each 75 Kooms single, 2.fi0 per day; 2 people, 2. 25 (jacii R0 Hooms 50 Front ItooniH. single, a.00 per day; 2 people, 2.50 each Hooms with Private llatli: single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 eacli 50 Hooms single, a. 50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each 60 Itooms Kl'KOPKAX PI.AX (Without Meals) Hooms without llatli Juit ultli single, $1.00 75 Rooms single, 1.25 50 Hooms CO Front Hooms. single, 1.50 Itooms with Private ltatli: single, 1.50 50 Hooms single, 2.00 50 Rooms Hot anil Colli Hminliig Water. per day; 2 pcoplo, $0.75 each per day; 2 people, 1.00 each per day; 2 people, 1.25 each per day; per day; 2 2 ' people, people, 1.25 each 1.50 each THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. Kuropeaii Plan Only. Rooms Without Hath, $1.00 and up; Itooms With Prltuto Hath, 1.50 and up Hest Hating Placo in Town. The Louisville Hotel nnd tho Old Inn aro located hi the wuolcsalo walk to tho retail district and theaters. district and only a J.OLMSVII.M: ' IIOTIM; AM) DM) 1XX COMPAXY, ';rz iai Props. m wi'wtWawjAtf.waBt $H&B2EE!2&!aSHES&HEEaEEESSH W . . ,-- s. , 1 TA m m Si Gl van 1 raining bciiooiior boys KYa in K3 ES ELKTON. m m 3 SI w S H i MSTHENEY & BSTTS S For cataloguo and information Box A. Will holp parentrf dovelop thoir sons into tho beat typo of fcitizons and (Jhristitvn d gentlemen. Jtspattonngo is widely and comes from the best homes in tho South. Its eapaeity is limited, there- foro, reservations should bo made early. gioup of Place your son in this sok-o- t boys. Write scjat-tore- la rj H ftl havo It confirmed. Tho history of tho revolution and prngrcfti- of this county sounda moro like u magician's tule or some fairy' Mtcx Four Years of Discouraging I had gotten so weak I could not i romance than llko u slmplo narration and 1 gave up in despair.' of facts familiar to every man, wo- Condilions.rrlrs. Bullock Gave At last, my husband got me a bottte jinan and child within its borders. A lull country onco covered with Up in Despair. Husband Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I cosk hardwood limber with a shallow fcr-til- o menced taking it. From the very feat soil overlying u hard clay suli- Came to Rescue. soil. I'rndlelou county as far hark dose, I could tell It was helping me. I aa JSSfi had been denuded or Us for- can now walk two miles without Hf osts and was rapidly being converted ' en Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing alt i.;y work." Into tobacco fields. Two or threoj Catron, Ky.-- 'm crops of tobacco were grown, then from this place, Mrs. Bettie If you are all run down from womanly Bullock wheat nnd corn and tho land would .. afterward bo abandoned. Tho Idea " as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up In despair. Try was held that a pretty cleared tract years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardul, the woman'stonic Ithashclpei of land would make threo crops of1 lhis time , couId only sit u for ,,,.. more than a million women, in its 20 tobacco, tho second crop being tho fertilizer for Winter Wheat. whllc and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and shonhf Tho Deutsche Lnndwlrtschnftllcho best. Tobacco at that time, wns ' bringing good prices and tenants and all. At limes, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist 1'rrsse, probably tho best of tho (Jcr- ha .... man ugrlcultural papers, runs as Its croppers raised no grass or clover , mv ,e,lslac- sold Cardui for years. He knows what loading article every week n discus but kept their accounts with tho mcr- - j 1"e doctor was called in, and his treat-flou- r, it will do. Ask him. He wHl recom sion by foiiic authority on the influ-i-nc- o chants in town, purchasing hay, corn, feed for their teams, bacon and ment relieved me for a of the wnr on agriculture. In while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. t ue of the riiMit I.MSUes, tile best necessities for tho tablo and selling Write to: Chattanoosa Aleilclne Co., U41.V, COnf,ned to "V bed &itt- - After Advisory Dfpt., Chattanooga. Term., for Sreciat methods of applying fertilizer to win their tobacco crop to their creditor I00" Instructions book, to cover their accounts, often car- - that, nothing seemed to do me any good, TrtataMat for en your case and plain vraDpar. Horn Wubco." Mai la ter wlirnt aro diM ussed .In Germany, ' J4 rying debts over from ono year to as in lCngland, Holland and Iiclgium, it Is iultc common to apply super- tho next with ' the expectation of phosphate in the fall, Just previous o "paying out." This system of farming, together owing the wheat .In the spring ,salt-pci- ir or some other form of nitrogen with the topography of the land, th.is applied. Tho theory is that the nature of tho soil, clean cultivation phosphate stimulates root develop- and an annual rainfall of 52 inches, ment and gets the plant ready for robbed tho soils of their plant food winter, while tho nitrates in the nnd, denuded of vegetation, tons ami spring stimulate follngc and hasten tons of soil was eroded down the In tho German expert-- 1 steep hills, leaving the farm untilla-blmaturity. unsightly gullies behind and the ments tliey were able to Increase the yield on sandy soil from a little less farmer moved to new territory and than twenty bushels per aero to a ngaln repeated his pernicious meth littlo over forty bushels of calcium ods of slaughter and waste until the tun ot lite ana action, filled with the 8 nitrate in February and 200 pounds fertility was exhausted, the business fire of fine inspiration and followed 1 of saltpeter or sodium nitrate In man ruined and the bank tills empby 250 short stories of adventure, March. For $1 worth of fertilizer, ty. Thus about 1900 Pendleton and will make they got about two bushels of grain. neighboring counties were actually We do not claim that these German possessing of acres of abandoned experiments apply to our conditions. ; land. From 1890 to 1900 the popNevertheless, they are suggestive in ulation decreased at an alarming pace, land sold- - from three to five this year of high wheat prices. c dollars an acre to pay taxes In many cases, In many cases tho CommonThen the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Pagev Tobacco Portliictiou Ijirger. Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of The United States Government re- wealth being the only bidder. Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the besf port indicating that this year's tobacIt was at this time, when the end minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone co crop will exceed that of last year had practically come, that the most I iy in the home. 1 here is no age 13 per cent has been received. alert farmers remaining discovered limit to enthusiasm for The The final estlmato of last year's crop a strange plantgrowlng along the Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. placed the yield at 1,060,597,000 roadside and on some of tho steepIf you da not know THE COMPANION let ua aend you Three Current kauea pounds. This year a crop of 1,223,-ii72,0- est hillsides, in tho gullies and on FREE. Inclose thia Coupon with your 52 Times a Year pounds Is Indicated, making the poorest, subsoil. Hungry and request. not 12. an increase of 162,985,000 pounds. lean cattle grabbed profusely at this Those who subscribe now, aending $2 o 3 of the for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION weed, along the road and in the pasKentucky, produces More good reading than you wilt for 1915. will receire The Companion get In any of the monthly crop of tlfc country, and this tures. This was tho first notice ovHome Calendar FREE. magazines. ear will havo a yield approximately er taken of white and yellow sweet 9 4 71,997,000 pounds, a gain over last clover growing in this section. Its SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE year of 115,597,000 pounds, or .32 manner of introduction is so far a THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AXD YOUTH'S C03IPAMON, BOTH per cent gain. question of debate and no' one can ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 2.75. The outlook for good prices Is not tell you definitely how It came about. so bright, however, as last year Many theories aro advanced, of which in the most likely Is that an old beemuch of the tobacco consumed tho trenches In Europe has been keeper introduced it as a pasture grown In Kentucky, and If the for his bees about thirty years ago. threatened allied blockade of tobac- Looked upon as a pestiferous and co goes into forco, tobacco prices, es- despised weed, sweet clover received pecially in the western part of tho little or no attention for years until $1.36 Stato, will decline at an alarming the crisis of 1900. Today tho citi- The Republican and Louisville Herald zens of Pendleton county are never rate. Globe-Democr- at 1.76 Tho White Hurley District will not nioi'e proud than when they have an The Reptblican and St. Louis bo so seriously affected since the opportunity to tell a stranger the 1.60 greater part of this is consumed in mysterious story of sweet clover. The Republican and Home and Farm How it added hundreds of thousands tho United States. Inquirer 1.75 Republican and of dollars in wealth to uis section The "Huggy" Hcans. since 1900 and how It has changed The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.60 Hcans often become "buggy" in the dno crop system of farming of 3.50 wens Doro inquirer the winter time. Tho standard tobacco nnd credit to diversified farm- The kepublican ana uauy preventing Infestation of ing and has literally made tills "the method of O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k grains of all kinds is fumigation with land of milk and honey." From This liquid vap-un.- bankruptcy, Pendleton county now The Republican and Kentucky Farmer Carbon bisulphide. 1.75 readily Quito into a gas, has estimated rovenues derived from Heavier than air, which Is death to u some of tho products of tho farms The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 Dairying, $700,000; life. Uso ono pound of carbon us follows: 1.60 tobacco, ,$3Cf0,-00- The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer bisulphide to each 100 cubic feet of poultry, ?C0O,00O; beef cattlo. $175,000; sheep, airtight bin space: Pour tho blsul-phid- o Republican and Weekly liner Ocean and Farmer $1.50 into a dish on top of tho grain $50,000; sweet clover seed, 750,000 The or beans; close the container up ulr pounds. There are over 7,000 col' . onics of honey bees and the output tight and leavo twenty-fou- r hours airing out. At all times bo of honey exceeds 600,000 pounds. careful that no flamo or lighted ci Corn, wheat, oats, and ryo products gar Is at hand, for the vapors of car- -, aro all consumed in the country. bon bisulphide aro vory explosive. There aro 15,000 acres of alfalfa. clover and Do not breatho tho fumos, lor thy 75,000 acres of sweet vapors causo licmluaho and, if loug ubout 75,000 acres of mixed grasses THE X (.jiitiuued oven death. This will bo within tho county. Little of this Is SEWING very effective In doitroylng the sold. Tho yield per aero of crops iouud jtrtt at greatly, but Is about as f ol- iiiuectM. OF Iowa: Tobacco 700 to 2,000 pounds; ' QUALITY. 1U JushoJs; alfalfa 4 tons; oats Sweet Cluvor lirlngs Protueilty to coi.i ;i" lmsheU. Land values aro low 1'oiiilIeUm County. Forty miles south of Cincinnati, when compared with their productive NOT ()., at tho junction of the North and camirlty, perhaps lower than SOLD y In the country. There are South Licking Rlvor and on tho UNDER division of the I.ouisvillo and ;:iiO miles of turnpikes and 200 miles ANY county. They o of earth roads In tho Nashville KullrOad, lies a llttlu OTHER Feci rfeht nil tho time. Don't lay ott of 1,500 Inhabitants, beautiful- huu' four State banks with deposits NAME. from work for days by taking calomel iiirountlng to $1,115,000, capital ly bhadod and surrounded by u large keeps yor I when pleasant area of rlvor bottom land. This is stock $122,000.00, and surplus on your feet, whflorelievtngyourtfouJv t WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Do you wouilur that over 500 too, and easy to take. Don I Falmouth, Kentucky, tho county son; Uyou purcuaso tho Ni:V llOHi: you will lo. Safer You can't afford county. Tho topogra- farmers of western Kentucky cumo to have a llfo a&sct at tho price you W, and vrll) tako anything else. of Pondleton It. liliminates poisons, citaiuo jd-tetUls land last Juno? not uavonn cnillcja chalu of repulr. phy or tho county consists of rough visit and relieves constipation. t remedy, natural in Its actions, sura rolling hills, knobs ami ridgos, two results. It Quality For Sale. in its effect and certain in Vcr-LatiridgoB traversing tho entire county, x will won't bo long before Lio- A 1GU aero farm 4 miles east ot Considered one of which Is tho dlvldo between completely displace calomel in ever ilio Ohio audl.lcklug rivers. Hartford, on tho border of tho oil home. Children can take it freely anj it is tho d. with perfect safety. Every bottle After traveling several days over fields. Good dwelling, barn and othNone DOc and fl in bottles. Cheapest Young this territory nnd visiting Its mag- er necessary outbuildings. genuine without tho likeness and slsna- nificent grass and clover covered hills orchard, strawberry bed and other in die end ture of L. K. Grigsby. Kor nalo by and valleys, Its shcop uud cattle, Its pleasing features. If bonds carry J. II. WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Kj buy. to y seat pike will bo near. sweet clover, alfalfa and tobacco, ono you want a tewliiir machine, write for Is niado to wonder It tho story about See, or wrlto Tlnsloy ,& Harnett, If oar latcat catalogue before you purcluao. to bo related really had happened. Hartford, Ky,, for further Tor paitna In the tack ko4 Tiap.aH Hut you only havo to usk any mid- Ttw New Horns Sewing Maclwe Co.! Orange, Mats.' la Pr. MUm lail.i'&la PUX Is woll strawberry patch thai rdle aged rosldcnt of the county to j cultivated (liirniK tho summer, and from which all unnocoHsmry runners uro removed, should remain In good condition and Htoro up Hiilllclcnt plant rood for an excellent crop. Ono that in neglected, and which inula or grown up In weeds, cannot bo expect ed to produce well. Such bcrrleH as aro produced will bo biiiuII. The crop will ho easily Influenced by dry weather In the spring, and n good drouih during summer wilt kill ofl most of the plants. Nothing rcxpoiiilH belter to good uro than a struwherry patch, and no rult Is more easily ufTcctcd by neglect. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE tf I I I e, 4SSP YOUTH'S COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 en-tir- OUR CLUBBING RATES: ro u es in--e- 0; be-lo- re Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. OSELira-LA- MANE auy-wlc- ro For Lazy Liver aad the Troubles o! Constipation. Kon-tuok- vtl-lux- m juar-antee- , inter-count- When you are ready to buy your fall and winter goods don't fail to s us if you want all your money will pay for. Our goods advantage are for fall were nearly all bought before the great advance, and wecreditnot takingCome to us of the present high prjces, but are satisin a house. where they all look alike, and one low fied with only one small profit. A cash buyer has no show price to all. Some of the greatest bargains we ever offered are on sale. Here are a few sample prices. Tip very latest stylo Ladles' All Wool Serge Coat Suits, all $10.00 tolers. nil sizes !tf.r.O Same grade. Suit, Fur Trimmed tJ Ladles' Long Cloaks', all new styles Children's nnd Misses' Cloaks, all MILLINERY. The Place Where Your Dollar Biys Most! are now putting out some of tho prettiest Hats that ever happened. If you wnnt n swell Hat nnd save a dollar or two, see us. Wo AMilg lot of good .Sl.tH to prlcr--. l -- () CLOTHING FOR MUX AXI) HOYS. better fixed than now. The newest patterns nnd latest makes, nil colors, , $10.00 to $18.00 Serge for. A cood Where can you beat It? We never were any All-Wo- ol EXTRA SPECIAL. Wnrm W Inter Suits, Long Pant, Cont nndtfest for Young .Men IC to 20 years. These Suits arc worth from $8 to $15, Take your choice of l, the lot' 85.00 SHOES new All Wool Sergo Skirts, colors niaok, lllue. Brown, styles Bust Grade Olnjliam and Cheviots Calico, fast colors H.nvy Outing Cloth You can't buy any hotter at any price. prleos. lllg lot Remnant Dry (loods, nil grades, at lews than old war on high We pay no attention to the war only to continue our " ' l- -l'c a ,c ,,,c Only 7 ladies' Coat Suits from last season, worth up to $18.00 and Afl $20.00. Choice only . p3.UU Big Extra Special For all the family. Here Is where they make the big noise nnd they ire up, that's no He, but wi got In early nnd can save you some good money. Don't pay more till you see our line. We Invite u fair comparison. J. T. Vinson & Son BEAVER DAM, KY. For big, little, old and joung, Men's Union Suits 75c to UHc Heavy Fleeced Shirts and Drawers loe I. miles' Union Suits ."c Sl.oo Children's Union Suits li.V Fji Don't think we can't do It wo nro hero With the goods. cndf.rwkar .", credit prices. See us LVore you buy. . Our line Is complete In nil such goods ns (llovea, Hosiery wear, Suspenders, Sweaters, I mlerskirts, &c. WHY PAY MORE ELSEWHERE' Neck- i s . mwro BSW to protect American life and property on land and set and to restore TOBACCO IS BEING the stability of American industry by enactiMg a protective tariff that HELD BY BRITISH will at the same time provide adequate revenues to defray the expenses of Government. g, Ml'ST FURNISH PltOOF THAT Wl- F.D WAS PAID FOB I E The Cincinnati Enquirer signifiTHY WITH SENTIMENT OF ACUl'ST I. did a wise one." says of the Mexican troubles cantly DECORATION DAY. I of the forties that, "Democratic Polk A private business that resorted ilagrantly dis and his Democratic Couucellors parIn Its advertising to London, Oct. 1". Largo consignleyed with no bandits." "Washington, May 31. Fourth-de-ghonest statements, would soon be ments of tobacco from the United sat up and outlawed In Its community. Knights of Columbus The seems to hare Stntes for Dutch and Scandinavian The Cosrler-Journton); notice during the Memorial day same Is true of the conduct of a poports nro being held here on tho Washington set once for all a line of type describcelebration of the litical campaign. The proclamation claim of the Government that thev e last night w.bjen Representa-liv- coming parrot like from every stump, ing the size of crowds that greet the fall to comply with the recent Ben Johnson. or.fCcntucky, In an and first authorized by Mr. WJlson Democratic speakers. under which cargoes paid Vuiat he has no address, declared himself, that Hughes' election wilt August 4 and shipped prior Out of the earnings of those who for before sympathy with the sentiment that In- mean war Is the lastvnottsiof dlspair to August 30 might proceed to neu'labor and toll In this country come the spires the annual commemoration. of a crowd that is defeated nnd that tral destinations. The Knights of Columbus Hall was knows It is defeated, Let them one hundred and thirty million dol Many American tobacco shippers lars the; administration (must 'pay parfcvil and the stir that followed revel tn their rage. for tho fruitless venture of our sol- - whoTiave their own representatives frank Representative Johnson's in Europe, with whom they do n Ilers lnto Mex,c0 ,n PursuU ot V,N Indicated that ho had If President Wilson, three thous- wholesale business, shipped to them "I freely for- .....1 HtllnH UWU UWU1 ,H.u r ! avua , ' his hearers. ll A DIMIC UUU Ulliea nn.A. fHm under the impression that the new give," ho said, "those who desolated can claim credit for keeping us out order would permit such action. Tho iuj Home nnd devastated my country, of a war that nobody was trying to ILLINOIS CENTRAL APPEALS TO Government, however, contends that PKOPLK FOB "SAFETY FIRST" proof must be furnished that the carand that is as far as my feelings go get us Into, what must be the measIn the matter. I have no sympathy ure of praise granted to the rulers goes were paid for before August 1 Titb tho sentiment that Inspires tho of Spain, Switzerland and a half The increasing number of acci- by the actual European buyers. dents, and especially automobile acobTvaiice of this day." ms dozen other countries right in lie applause that followed of the battle fields for keep- cidents, at railroad crossings prompts .MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Johnson's declaration for ing their countries out of the conflict. the writing of this appeal for Ohio Circuit Court. In "Safety First." Low rule for the District of ColumHenry Will Taylor, Plaintiff, on bia was as pronounced as was the Current statistics from stations s The Lexington Herald quotes a Notice. law. o( applause following his uncx-pei- :l Mr. Johnson, who It does not claim ' tho Kentucky Division prove the n.a-1- s Sherman Taylor, et al Defendants avowal of disinterest In Meiu-orl- a' By virtue of a Judgment und order arC careless when n Republican, as saying some nice j Jrit" of DeP,e of snlo of the Ohio Circuit Court day stm'tlnlent. things about the President, but Passing over a railroad crossing, term, ''J hope to see the day," ho told quotes him as criticising the Adamson Stop, look and listen Is the key rendered at the September purpose of a sale and 19 1G, tor thf Knights', "when the people of the bill and favoring a protective tariff, note to observe when approaching a division ofthe proceeds nmong the the Diuirlct of 'Columbia, will have Mr. Johnson as a witness does not railroad crossing. The reality or Its parties entitled thereto nnd for pay-lu- g to them tho right of suffrage. seem to strengthen the Wilson de- - oeing a raiiroa.i crossing indicates tho costs of tho above styled acTh'-j- r should never have had It taken danger, wnicn, it not wnnieu otner--wis- tion and the cost of this sale, I will fense. offer for sale at public auction, to axvav from them." Reproduction of should bespeak caution. tho highest and best bidder, at tho article which appeared In the Louls-vlJ- lt It Is tremendously appalling to wit- court house door in Hartford, Ky., Nothing Hughes has said in all ness the carelessness displayed, the ubout one o'clock p. in., on Monday, Times. Saturday, May 31, 1913; his speeches has so firmly Impress- - Ltho Cth day of November, 191C, on pare 13, column 1. A ntiil nnm mi in In1 Mi lntlflf1tfTlPP hazardous risks taken and the dar- a credit or (J ana iz montns, or upon e ,' - " maneuvers exhibited as folks rush cash terms, In the discretion of tho of the American people as his declarCAMPAIGN COMMENTS. mechanical y In fron of a rapidly purchaser, the following described atlon that "We stand for the pro-- ! proachtng train as If they enjoyed property, t: of American life and property cam-paiThe New York World, raises a One tract of laud In Ohio county, nlrne with danger. cry of "shall the people rule." on land and sea." Kentucky, bounded nnd described aj Tho twentieth century people The spirit of patriotism burns Has Urn Worfd so soon forgotten Mr. st trans and to give hat follows: maud Beginning at a white oak, black In the breast of every real , Bryan's unfortunafo experience with lt la impossible to reduce oak and beech, being the N. E. cor American citizen and Mr- - Hughes' so'lce that sloguti. "0SUB con- - ner of Win, H. Taylor's survey;' j sPeed " firm declaration appeals to lt. Isequently we appeal to the public for thcuco east with tho original line of Just how the President has kept In the "Safety Walker Daniel's survey 420 poles to " in Louis- A Callfornlan visiting a stake, being the division corner bens out of war with Germany when FIr8t" movement. tween him and Stevens and wife; country vllle was asked why It was that th British tavy had that At a very enormous expense the thcuco S. with their lino 30 poles to up so wc could not even Hughes' sentiment was so overwhelm-- 1 Kallroad Company has demonstrated a black oak, white oak and chestbotUt-ingly btrong In his state. "The dead trad with lt, requires explanation. thenco S. 71 E. 290 willingness to make "Safety nut sapling; bodies of American citizens, mur-- , "a poles to a beech and gum; thence bryought home to Klt" a reality by the Installation of west 35 poles to a white oak and Kentucky Is going Republican thl3 dered In Mexico, " automatic block system, engine sugar treo standing on tho bank of yoa; and the Loiilsvlllo election California for burial." was his lacon- signals, electric head-lightauto- - Muddy creek; thenco down the same lc reply. ., ( .! !.. thlnes won't steal. It. l.ll,. uitu vtussiiiK through tho middle thereof to James. ... uv.il j iiiiiiiu nuruiiifi Morgan's corner und with tho outer sates. Replying to the chargo that the ' of Jarnlgan and Win. 11. TayTtw Prt'Hldent's political policy of As a response to this splendid and linesto tho beginning, containing 185 ' - k Congress to puss tho Adam-Ho- n Adnmaon bill was a surrender to costly "Safety Systom." tho Railroad lor acres, lees 34 acies heretofore deedLhw for the buneflt of twenty force. Mr. Wilson says, "that law company Saru Jones and about ino oi ws paisud not beoauso it was do- - tho public soitcus "Safety First" cam- - ed to to Sept T. Wllllums. 2Va acres bus nr... ...t of the railroad omployon nr.ut lUftlldod but because It was right." old In tho . tk,. n(kai ullit' wit Tho purchaser will bo required to approved securltv vfb-itb. PraaMent noslootail lor- - AmuuUhk tho slncorlty of the Pre- uawi. appeal is lntoudod in a spirit executo bond with snlo and a lion will This immediate! after I.ap.s only biMU he thouglit their ' Ideufs nUtomont what oxeuso then predju-dlc- o bo retained as fuithor security. he give to the other eighty par of "fairness towards all and voum w.ire not oudaugarod, to uctl-.ca- n This October 13, 19 16. towards uouo" hoping each Inworltara? vity fer KlmlUr rconltlon. They, cent of tho railroad OTTO ('. MARTIN. in this movedividual will Mastor Commissioner. hat thoy call tuej Truly, the defense Is more damning ment to ollmiuno accidents and 16t3 i.av. organlieU an the cimrge. Woodward & Kirk. Attorneys. KnaWwes KO iter cent Movotneiit" trusting overy porson will apply- thu 'HO . headquarters at Nashville. with t and listen muthod when J! ASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Tho lion. Scott Bullitt, of Louisitot if T. Frnsler, Jr.. In Prusldout. crossing. a IYnaalily when CongruM meotn ville, takes ocoaelon to deliver a loujj Thon, our railroad First" theory! Ohio Circuit Court. "Sufoty upcech ttlling why he U for WilC. I! Hoops, Plaintiff, In ItacMiiber they will no to Wash-- i will have developed Into a "Safety . Notice. We could have briefed It for ii mi ud urae upon the Preeidou: son. Mary Hoops. Defondunt. hlro iu a Hiuglo sontonoe. Wo should First" practice. thai a ertots vxtoU. By vlrturo of a Judgment nnd oro have blmply stated r "Boeause I am der or bale of tho Ohio Circuit Court HuMiioss Scholarship . r,,-- . rs.'i UnsMMt." nini... n..moi.n.i at tho Soptombor term, ' Wo hnro for salcr. a scholarship,, ronderod tho purpose of paying tho u .', f u str.nn .. .....nth! 1910, for The Kansas farmer who ventured good for a comploto courso In either ;lJ0foiidunt. Mary Hoops, $200.00, with dishwasher in a MlaourrStuto Instl-- ! or Intorest thoreon at tho rato of 0 per und Accounting ,,..1.,... .ii.. ..iv. mi (imvson Streot In Louisville and Bookkeeping ,.i. . duy ot . n ntn aa .,..,1 ro- - stenograpuors courso in iiiu uweus cont per annum from tho ... . .' ...... .., - wns rouuua m up a wouths salary to the Domocratpaid, and for tho pur- neighborhood a boro Business & Industrial College, poso of until Gov. Stanley Is turned to the" same paying tho plaintiff, C. H lo Campaign fund. week later and got his throat. cut, For particulars apply at Republican Hoops, $80.00, with Interest thero moru gmuirous, He tolerate a tf on at tho rato of C per cent per anfor only a two weuks' pay cam- should bo a warning to tho voters office -- - - , ' day of-' num from tho this year not to trod twice on f paign contribution from thu woiiiuu until paid. I will offer for sale ut Muko u voting for Wilground by tuhorerti In tho Kentucky Statu Into tho highest and An empty syrup can with a screw public auction the court liouso door son. best bidder, at stitution. top makes n good and useful lu Hartford, Ky., about one o'clock for buggy or sleigh la freez- - p, in., on Monday, tho Cth day of NoTho Republican party does not de reason why he could titatlng thu till the can with boll-ch- vember, 191C, on a credit of C and for success upon Mr. Wilson's .lug weather, mit support Mr.. Wilson Gilford - Ing water, screw cap on tight and 12 months, the following described said. "I cunuot trust lilin." This' woeful wobbling In both our Indusproperty, t: discrediting place In a bag msdo of canton flan-ta- d One tract of laud In Ohio County, is ta- - soro spoi In tho President's trial and foreign affairs, or from a piece of old blan Kentucky, lying and being on tho jas his courso In theso matters has uel before liio people. Furni and Family. Beaver Dam uml Rochester public ks chief executive of tho nation he been, but upon a Arm declaration kot. (has changed his mind so often and JOHNSON'S SPEECH so radically that the people arc afraid to trust him. His policy of today Is SENSATIQN no indication of what It will be toCAUSES morrow. His dealing In fine words land clumsy acts reminds one of the that 'remark about a British-Kiniu- larks UK IS.NOT !X sympa- "Ho never said a foolish thing nor - HE-FOR- rt al sur-prih- -il ot J o, to-wi- ja 3. In the nllotmcnt of tho lands of Joshua Maddux, situated In unto county, KontucKy.,on tho waters of little West Prong of Lewis creek and bounded as follows: Beginning at n stone in lino of lot No. 2. at flguro 15; thenco W. 120 poles to a red beech and 2 black oaks, ii comer to No. 4, figure 16; then with n line ot samo X. 40 poles to a stono nnd small white oak, comer to lot No. 4, nt figure 17; then with lino of No. 4, west 67 poles to n black onk, sweet gum and whltu onk iu one of tho original lines and also corner to lot No. 4, at flguro 7; then with said lino N. 60 poles to a post oak standing on a rock, another original corner nt tho letter E; then E. 1S7 poles to a lnrger poplar, aa- fice. f other original corner at the letter , The purchaser will bo required to and corner to lot No. 2; then with execute bond with approved security line of samo S. 100 poles to tho beimedintely after salo and a lien will ginning containing 100 acres, nioro be retained as further security. or less. Tho mineral right has been This October 13, 1916. sold to McIIenry Coal Co., which OTTO C. MARTIN, land was conveyed to C. II. Chapman Master Commissioner. 16t3 by G. B. L. Maddox nnd wife on Juky Hcavrln & Kirk, Barnes & Smith, 31, 1907, which deed Is of record In Attorneys. deed book 34, page S4, Ohio County Clerk's omce. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Second tract. Also, another tract of land in Ohio county, Kentucky, Beginning Ohio Circuit Court. and bounded ds follows: nt a gnto post In south line of A. C. A. E. Pate, Assignee, Plaintiff, vs. Notice. Wnkeland's land on tho creek nnd running west with tho Broadway Coal Harriet Ford, et a!.. Defendants. Pursuant to Judgment nnd order Companj and A. C. Wakeland's lino ot sule of the Ohio Circuit Court to n sweet gum tree, A. C. Wake- term, laud's corner; thence N. 48 poles to rendered at the September 1916, for thu purpose of converting n black gum; thenco E. r 3 poles; Into cash the property hereinafter thence N. 67 poles to n walnut nnd 2 described and distributing the same dogwoods; thence east to n bridge on to the creditors of tho Ohio County tho creek; thenco with tho creek on Bank, after the payment of tho costs the west side to the hegluulng, being of this sale, I will offer for sale at nil tho land owned by A. C. Wnkelnnd public auction to the highest and best on the west side of tho creek. Min hlddcr, at the court house door tn eral and coal rights are reserved and Hartford, Ky., on Monday, November right to work und mluo same, nip) 6, 1916, at 1 p. m., on a credit of samu land conveyed to Claude Chap-thre- e mouths, tho following described man on April 7, 1911, by A. C. Waku-properland and wife und which deed Is ro- Tlie furniture and fixtures of the corded In Deed Book 39, page 380, Ohio County Bunk assigned, couslst- - Ohio County Clerk's office, or a sut- Ing of safes, cabinets, desks, chairs, flclency thorcof to produce tho sums &c, belonging to the estate of the of monoy ordered to bo in a do. Tho purchuser will bo required to Ohio County Bank. The purohascr will bo required to execute bond with approved security execute bond with good and approved Imedlately after sale. security immediately after sale. This October 13, 1916. OTTO C. MARTIN. This October 13. 1916. OTTO C. MARTIN. 16t3 Muster Commissioner. Hcavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. Master Commissioner. 16t3 e MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. 1 road nnd bounded ns follows: Beginning nt n stone, Hoops' cor-iiui , uiuui-- nun ins iiuu a. pines to a stone on the lower tHde of bald road; thenco with said road us it meanders S7 poles to u stone on thu north side of said road in Growimr-ger'- s line; thence N. G3 5 poles to a stone and hickory In Knight's line; thence E. 52 5 poles to tho beginning, containing 26 ncres, morn or less. A roadbed, however, being reserved by C. II. Hoops 10 feet in width running from eust to west by tho old liouso on the top of the ridge. Being same land conveyed to C. 11. Hoops and wife by II. P. and W. W. Evnus by deed of date December 7, 1909, and of record In deed book 39, page 552, Ohio County Clerk's of jlot' No. ii. 3-- 3-- nn-oth- ' 2-- ty, to-w- it: t X """ d ; s, i kit i i - op-lo- ok Ohio Circuit Court. People's Saving Bank, Plaintiff, vs. Notice. L. T. Wright, et nl Defendants. By virtue of a Judgment and order of salo of the Ohio Circuit Court term, rendered at tho September 1916, by agreement of both parties, directing a .sale of tho property heroin described and ordering me ns Master Commissioner to mnku said sale, I will on Saturday, November 11. 1916, nt tho homo of L. C. Crnlg, near Rosluo, Kentucky, at about 1 p. in., oner lor sate to me uigucsi ami best bidder on n credit of four months, tho following (Inscribed prop- orty, t: 44 Inch cylinder, Ono 24 Inch thresher, No. 3264, all complete, of tho Hellmnn Machlno Works manu-- , facture, with folding htraw stackor; Glendalo bnggor and all bolts, tools, and nppurtuuaucos thereunto belonging, Including 120 foot of 7 Inch 4 ply gaudy ondloss drive bolt, Thu purchaser will bo required to oxecuto bond with approved becurlty Immediately aftor salo, mid u lion will be retained as further socurlty. This October 13th, 191C. OTTO C. MARTIN, Mastor Commissioner. 1613 Glenn & Slmmorman, Hcavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. . . i..i. .... i,.i dan-goro- -; Foot-Wann- er. foot-warm- er Pln-.pei- oi id to-wl- tho purposo of paying tho cobt of this action and tho cost of this sale, I will offer for sale nt public auction to tho hlKhoBt and host bidder nt thu court liouso door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, November Cth, ut about tho hour of ono o'clock p. in., upoji a credit ot six months, the following dchtribud uropcrty, Two tracts or parcels of land In Narrows, Ohla.oounty, Ky.,and bound-on- o od as followf; First tract. Beginning nt u stono In the North Un of the right of wiy of the I. C. It. It. near tho depot; thence runutny with said right of way S. 57 E. 1 IS feet to n stono; thence N. 3. E. 148 feet to a slono; thonce 574 W. 148 feet to a stone, 148 feet to tho beginning, j thonco S. ' cfiiitalntng V4 acre moro or loi.g, and s.iuu' mud conveyed to B. P. Pott: Ik tho heirs of Ed Davison on April 1912, und which doed Is of record -eIn in od book 4a, pago 432 Ohio (. oun-t- y Couvt Clerk's office. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Second Tract. Beginning at a stono In the north boundary lino of Ohio Circuit Court. the I. C. R. R.. thonco with said T. II. Black, Plaintiff, W. 48 feet; thenco N. lino N. 56 vs. Notice. E. 33 K. 102 feet; thonco S. D2 R. P. Beck, Defendant. orBy virtue of a Judgmont und 5iiVi foet to a stono; thenco S. 38 der of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court W. 100 foot to tho beginning, conrendered at thu Juno term, 1915, In taining 5279 sq. ft., and being samo tho ubovo cause, for the sum ot land convoyed to B. P. Potty by SS00.00, with interest ut the ruto of Fltzhugh Reufrow and wlfu on Muy 6 per cent per annum from tho 1st 22, 1899, which deed Is of record duy of January, 1915, until paid, und in deed book 21, folio No. 592. costB herein, I will offer for Tho purchuser will bo required to salo at public auction at thu court executo bond with upproved security liouso door in Hartford. Kentucky, immediately after sale, and a lieu on Monday, tho 6th day of Novem- will bo retained as further security. This October 13, 1916. ber, 1916, about ono o'clock p. m. , OTTO C. MARTIN, upon a credit of six months, the following described property, Master Commissioner. lot 3 Doing a certain tract or parcel ot Ernest Woodward, M. L. Hcavrln, land in Ohlo'county, Ky., kuown as Attorneys. to-wi to-wl- t: ants. virtue ot a Judgment and order ot sale ot tho Ohio Circuit Court term, rendered nt tho Soptember 1916, for tho purposo ut a salo and division ot tho proceeds among thoso who nre entitled thereto, and for By Ohio Circuit Court. Oscar O. Potty, ot al.. Plaintiffs, vs. Notice. Mrs. Cordelia Petty, et al, Defend- V y