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CHIHUAHUA CITY TAKEN BY VILLA KKPOHT HAYS BANDIT NOW COMMAND OK PRINCIPAL NORTHERN CITY. IN HARTFORD, OHIO COUNT YrKY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1916. 000 barrels, a decrease of 45 par cent; Homo Deauty, 278,000 barrels, a decrease of 35 per cont; Grime's Golden, 79,000 barrels, n decrease of 0 46 per cent; Slnymnn Wlnesap, barrels, a decrease of 51 per cent; Llmbcrtwlg, 103,000 barrels, a decrease of 29 per cent. 93,-00- In force, nnd twenty per cent will bo added to Invoices. Thero will bo no discounts based 01 the time of payment. This is tho third incrcaso In the tableware trade this year, tho first Ave per cent having been mado in March, and the second, also of five per cent, In July. ? VISIT IN COUNTT TO SPEAK AT HORSE BRANCH, HEAVER DAM, McIIENRY ANtt cumberland river pearls hold for 9512 REJECTED AT FT. THOMAS, G1PE DIES AT OWENSUOHO nOCKPORT. . ,1- ' Owensboro, Ky., Oct. 24. Capt. Oct. 25. More Bttrksvlllo, Ky Samuel E. Glpe, former commander FROM A SPECIAL TRAIN- WASHINGTON IS WORRIED than 2,000 Cumberland Illver pearls, ui iy. ijuiiiijuiiy, uiirii xiuKimeiu, iv. tho largest lot of pearls ever seen In N. G., died of Brlghfs disease at tho Burkesville, wcro sold here nt pubcity hospital hero He was lic sale to C. H. I licks, nil attorney, Former Vlco President Will Address-Voter- s 39 years old. Capt. Glpe was reUi4ly UIm? of Onc Omit General for tho sum of $512. These pcnrla In Behalf of Rcitl-llra- n Thicjilens Control of jected by the medical examiners at were tho property of tho lato Hiram Ticket. ' Ciirruimi. Fort Thomas when tho Kentucky Statcn and were sold by his executroops were mobilized there. Ho retor In order to wind up the estate turned home and failed ranidlv. Staten was a pearl dealer, and sold For, the first time in her historr Cant. Glne was a Veteran of tho t'nji Antonio, Texas, Oct. 25. Ap- thousands of pearls every year on oh, Pounty ,s t0 hored Spanlsh-Amerlca- n War and took an parently authentic reports hero arc the Now York market. It Is said actlvo interest in tho Kentucky it from a forme; president of tfae City was that Staten was offered $2,000, which the olfoct that Chlliualiun United States when Charles Warrem militia. taken by Villa early today. ho refused to nccept, for these pearls under Presreports, however, have not only a short tlmo beforo his death. These .. Fairbanks, vice president through on ident Roosevelt, passes GILTNERS SELL HERD Ihk-confirmed In advices to South-r- t o his special Saturday. The speclal-wl- ll Department head(uarters of the DAT1STA SLAIN GEN. como down the Illinois Central I V 1 aaaaaBlgBBKks Mv Shipments to Ha u all nnd Saskatche$gBMgHHRgBflaBDngigBgBiW l,nitol States army. MnJ. (Jen. Fred-Saturday morning, reaching iforao wan, Canada. trick Funston, questioned regarding Afler Resisting Arrest, Ho Ordered Branch at 12:55 p. m.; Beaver Dam, the reportH paid tonight that so far as Attack. Eminence, Ky., Oct. 24. Capt. T. 1:30 u. m.; McHenry, 2:10 p. m., and ho knew they were not true. P.. Mlddleton sold a few days ago to Rockport at 2:38. Large crowds are Washington, Oct. 25. Conditions Santo Domingo, Oct. 24. In nn W. A. Grlswald, of Nashville, Tenn , expected to meet the train at these jn northern Mexico, revolving on the engagement American between ten registered Jerspys, consisting of Ohio county points and hear the fort mlll-ta- r new ascendancy" of Villa as a y Gen. troops and rebel forcos one bull, five cows nnd four heifers, mer Vice President's addresses. leader, are commanding more Datista was killed. Several Ramon People from the upper part of tho from his herd of prize Jerseys for than at any other time since Americans also are reported killed, county will meet the Fairbanks' spe$3,000. the border raids which resulted In Including two officers, and one AmerGlltner Bros, sold last week to E. cial at Horse Branch. Hartford and hc dispatch of the American puni- ican officer was wounded. EDWIN P.. WJHROW L. Smith, of Covington, Tcnn. sev- Cromwell are expected to send large tive expedition. The names of the American ofil-centeen registered Hereford cows and delegations to Beaver Dam, while the Administration officials made no There was much Joy in the local Republican camp Saturday when a six calves. They also sold to E. H. Centertown and mining sections will killed are given as Captains effort tonight to disguUc their opin- William Low and Atwood. Lieut. telephone call was received from Stntq, headquarters at Louisville saying Farmer, of Fitzgerald, Ga., nineteen hear Mr. Fairbanks at McHenry and Comion that the American-Mexica- n Ed Morrow would speak In Hartford Thursday afternoon, November 2. registered Morrison was wounded. Hereford cows and seven Rockport. mission sitting at Atlantic City canAmerican commander attempt- Mr. Morrow is immensely popular t mong Ohio county Republicans and calves, and to George E. Fuller, of Tho Mr. Fairbanks is very popular in not be expected to arrive at a satis- ed to nrrcBt Gen. Batista, who resist- that fact coupled with his ability as an orator assures a good crowd any Glrviu, Saskatchewan, Canada, one Kentucky, partly due to his willingfactory solution of border problems ed and ordered an attack on the tlmo ho may come here for an addicss. registered Hereford bull ' and seven ness at all times to assist his pary until the situation In Chlhauhua has American forces. Fighting continBig preparations are being made to make the rally on November 2 1 elfers and twelve big Kentucky work In this state when called. He is said hecn clarified. Any agrcemeiU for ued for a considerable time, but tho one of the greatest political demonstrations ever held in Ohio county. mules. The remainder of their- - herd to be a forceful orator, capable of tho early withdrawal of Gen. Persh- rcbols were eventually defeated. Numorous requests have come from out in the county urging tho Counof Hereford cattle, consisting of ten commanding tho attention of hla ing's forces from Mexico apparently ty Campaign Committee to get Morrow here for an address during the The engagement took place oppobulls, fifty cows and fifteen calves, hearers. Upon several occasions his quesIs considered now as out of the site Santo Domingo City and caused Presidential campaign. Tho comrnl tee has upon several occasions taken Including this year's show herd, they prospects for being the Republican tion somewhat of a panic in the capital. the matter up with the Speakers Bi reau at Louisville but there has been sold to J. H. Bereraan, of Aurora, nominee were very bright and bis Moreover, tho Impression stood out wcro sent there to such an urgent demand for Kentucky's gifted orator that a date couldnot 111. nomination for the Vice Presidency clearly from all the views expressaid American troops in mnlutnlnlng be promised until Saturday. It Is expected that voters from all parts J They aro shipping from here to at Chicago last summer was the cause ed that, whllo tho present situation order. Tho number of killed and of tho county will bo here Thursday and .If the weather Is at all prom- - ' day a car of livestock" containing five of rejoicing among- - his" large" followexists, there Is little possibility that wounded in the light Is at present not iBing Mr. Morrow will be compelled to speak In the open. Jacks, one Percheron stallion and five ing. Other speakers of promlncnce-wll- l tho forces of regulars or national known. After the address hero, which begins at 1:30 In the afternoon, the thoroughbred mares, to A. W. Carter, be on the special. guardsmen on tho border will be respeaker will go to McHenry, where he will address the voters of that A revolt occurred In the DominiThe former Vlco President and his of Honolulu, Hawaii. The shipment was indicated that no It duced can army several weeks ago, but place at 0:30 p.' 111. A large crowd is also expected to attend at the is valued at $12,000. Henry Tovis, party will spend two days touring chances would be takon of another American marines and bluejackets mining city. of Danville, Is taking the shipment Western Kentucky, traveling on both raid Into American territory. soon had control of tho situation. through to San Francisco for them. the Louisville & Nashville and IlliVilla Monaco. with AmeriThey wore Saturday's itinOn account of ill health F. C. Glltner nois Central roads. Coupled with ugly reports which ADMIT KENTUCKY IS can troops from Port Au Prince, HASWELL SPEAKS TO will retire from the cattle business, erary follows: disparage the stability of General Haiti. West Point, 8 a. m.; Vine Grove, but R. R. Glltner will probably estabO.irranza's regime and Interpret his A DOUBTFUL STATE lish another herd of Herefords In tho 8:40 a. m.; Rlney, 9:05 a. m.; CeOHIO COUNTY VOTERS Tho available naval lists make no Quere-tstf-- o removal from Mexico City to mention of Capt. Atwood, who Is recilia, 9:25; Big Cllfty, 10:05 a. m.; near future. proas a sign of the breaking-u- p ported as having been killed. Capt. Clarkson, 10;35 a. m.; Leitcbfield, cess which his enemies have repeatWilliam W. Low was attached to the GOOD CROWDS HKAIl COXGRES-SIONA- L DEMOCRATS ALARMED DESPITE SHOE FACTORY GIRLS WAL.K 11 a. m.; Caneyville, 12:20 a. m,; edly pcrdlcted, tho military moveFirst Brigade of Marines, stationed OUT WHEN REFUSED KAISE Horso Branch, 12:55 p. m.; Beaver OPTIMISTIC PREDICTION OF NOMINEE PROSments of Villa, now making a formi- recently at Port Au Prince. Dam. 1:30 p. m.; McHenry, 2:10 9. OLLIE JAMES. PECTS BRIGHT. dable campaign In Chauhuahua, are Lieut. Victor I. Morrison is listed Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 23. Ono m.; Rockport, 2:30 p. m.; Central fac-to'regarded here as menacing tho de as attached to the First Brigade of hundred girls employed In the fitting City, 3 p. m.; South Carrollton, 3:14 control of tho whole northern Marines. Y Shoo p. m.; Island, 3:39 p. m.; Llvermoro, country. Altho Senator Ollle James recent- room of the John P. Haswell, Jr., Republican company hero walked out when the 4:07 p. m.; Utica, 4:40 p. m.; OwensCongressional nominee for Congress ly made the sanguine prediction that Prominent In the whole situation boro, 5:21 p. m.j Spottsvllle, 6:55 p. WILL BUM. MINERS but in- from the Fourth District made Kentucky will give Woodrow Wil- company refused to grant them an are apparently Only twenty-thre- e m., and Henderson at night. wages. w - definite reportH of tho connection of To HrliiK Action Against AU Who speeches at Horso Branch, Union son a nmlorltv of 50.000. his ontlm- -- Increase in remained at work. None Tho railroads concerned have givgirls, Legafista movement with Grove, McHenry, Heflln and Center-tow- n, Ism, aparently, haB not communcatlho en assurances that these special trams Broke Contracts. this county, last week, and was od Itself to Democratic State Head of tho other department employes tho whole train of events, which nro will be operated on time. Tho State quit. expected by those familiar with tho heard at each point by good crowd3. quarters, from which unmistakable Campaign Committee believes, therePunxBUtawnoy, Pa., Oct. 24. Tho He Mexican situation hero to developo left Sunday for other parts of tho evidence of great alarm regarding fore, that it will not become necessaRochester & Pittsburg Coal & Coko district where he will MORTGAGE FOR $1,000,000 within n short time. continue his tho outcome of the election are email ry to reduce the time of speaking at Company, whoso mines hero are clos- vigorous canvass. atlng. Tho 'Mexican embassy today deUnder the Itinerary ared by u strike of 2,500 miners who BlK Sum To Re Spent DevelopliiK any point. onthe Both In material furnished clared that Villa's forces consist Mr. Haswoll was optimistic In reranged, Mr. Fairbanks will have fifpresented a now scale aftertho com- gard to his chances for Lands. Montain ly of a few hundred men "clulmlng election this rural press, and In letters to private teen or twenty minutes at most of signed tho scale of the Villa as their leador," and branded pany had fall. Ho said that Democrats, un- citizens, the State Commltteo Is adTho night United Mino Workers of America, an- solicited, woro pledging htm Ky., Oct. 24. Tho Clerk theso appointments. Hazard, reports of Instability of Gen. their mitting frankly that Kentucky Is u y that suit would bo support dally and with their assist- doubtful State this year, altho nor- of Perry county Is recording n mort-gag- o speeches, of course, will be extended flood of nounced Government as "u In his offlco from tho Mowbray discussions. misrepresentation that might bo ex- filed against each miner and tho local ants lie expects to be a winner over mally rogarded as safely Democratunions of which they aro members, Joluiton November 7. and Robinson Company, a Cincinnati whoii tho pected f mill onoiules" Voters of ic. ' HAVE .MADE susIn SAYS Commission began Its asking damages becauso of tho A lotter sent out lately by tho Cam- lumber company, owning lands parties other than Domocratlc and $00,000,000 EXCESS PROFIT counpension. work Republican, in many Instances, ro paign Committee, which has como Perry, Knott, Leslio and Clay CommerThe company's lawyers are now gnrd thoir votos ns lost if cast At tho snmo tlmo reports enmo to for Into Tho Herald's possession, con- ties, to tho Continental nnd Chicago, Oct. 24. Charges that tho potitlon any cial Trust and Savings Bank of Chithe Wur Department thnt Villa's nugagod In framing other than tho nomlnoe of one tains this significant admission: which alleges that tho men violated of these parties and practically cago, nnd Milvin Fontross, trustee, of tho milling lntorost havo mado nn "Kentucky will not bo safo If onmpflree wero In sight of Chihuaall profit of $60,000,000 by uslug agreemeut, signed April IE, overconfldence, or other Chicago for $1,000,000. The mort- excess of those will support Haswoll. hua City and that Gti. Troviuo, the their u' athy, rejecteUvhoiit nnd wheat below mlll- last, hi Philadelphia, when they quit gage covers thousands of acres of support from oth- tj use, results In a small falllug-oi- f Bacause Carnuia commander there, although It er parties of this its expeotod to mountain land (n the threo lug grades whtlu olutrgtug consuplentifully uuppllad with arms and work demanding a new scalo. Haswell run of the vote lu each precinct of the contends that the United Mino Work- from two to couutlcs, upon some of which the Vir- - mer for Hour based on the best grados receiving reenforoeinents, was short three hjuulred votes St to." The work of the committee, u timber is still growing. TheToI wheat were made Monday by Miss of ummunltlon and considering evac- ers are just as liable for breach of uhead of the Republican ticket In j cording to tho letter, will be wasted u ui contract as any responsible corpora- Ohio county. With this condition niortgago covors 300 pages of the Florence King, or tuo uating the capital. u'c3s every Democrat does 'his duThe suit, offIt is soclatlou of Commerce, In a onnKaiut books, uinl recites that Denurtment olQclnls said tonight tion or individual. over practically the entire district ty Jl!-- ! filed with Unitwl States in .iu. on they had not lit art! the report cachi- icers of the mine said, waa based Such Qfileial udmtsstons, consider- - made to securo the payment of his chances are good, even though In bonds guaranteed by thotoriioy flne. Mlse Kins .wll 6.10k ng the border that Chihuahua ac- the decisions In the Danbury hatters' the district go for Wilson. ii'. connection with the tone of tho to have Federal inspection ..1 vain tually had fs Hen. As a matter of Ctl-lu.i.ocrntle rural press. Justify the Chicago bank. It Is understood thnt provided me in a recent act of rongrase improving In lief that tho Democrats are getting tho money will bo used iu military btrategy It was pointed out crop SAW HOUSE nURNlKG; - RIG GROWTH 01' METHODIST the company's property and iu mark- apply to this year's wheat ' '"hty panicky about the result in that Villa ,once occupying ChlhuaFRIGHTENED TO DEATH &JH810N SOCIETY WOMEN'S eting the timber. Kentucky. liuu, could oouipol the surrender of rTo ExcluutKO PruraiiMM. "fr-Their nlarm and uncertainty af.luaiez, us be did oaslly once before, London, Oct. 34. Baron Newton. Petersburg, Iud., Oct. 25. Whon Oct. 24. MemberCAUGHT Columbus, 0., nd at nnothor stroko might take ford a striking contrast to tho strong SIXTKKN MIKKMS for Forolsu Affairs. Mrs. Noah Cooper, llvlug six miles 11 BEHIND WALL OK FIRM a growiug confldonco which perTorreon, Monloroy and Saltlllo, whan, ship In the Methodist Women's Home auuouue,od lu tho Houio of Lards tonorth of hero, saw her house burnMissionary Soeloty has luQioased03,-Olirf would bo a military fuotor boino- vades the Republican organization alio becamo so since tho last mooting, according ing tills morning, Pottsvlllo, Pa., Oct. 24. Sixteen day that tho British and Gorman Avhat different from tho bandit for For several thruout tho Stato. roport of Mrs. I. D. Jones, head frightened that sho died in a few wcoks, Republican leaders have pre- mino workors woro caught behind a Governments had agreed to oxohaugo whose llfo an Amorlcan military ex to n Sus- all Intorned prisoners over tho ago of tho Threo Year Momborshlp Cam- minutes. pedition was dispatched. dicted confidently thut Kentucky will wall of Hro in u gangway of tho Company's Lyttlo col- of 45 years, to tho society In convention paign, quehanna Coal m bo found In tho Hughes column. o yosterday. Tho report- - shows that MARRIAGE LiqENSE ISSUED liery nt Mlnnorsvillo Monday and HAY KENTUCKY APPLE CHOP Louisville Herald. "I wonder why thoy call them stns now members woro secured corps worked till last night SINCE OUR LAST REPORT THOUSANDS UUKHELS SHOUT 20,842 roscuo a man who had during tho nabt year. before they were released. All of parties?" remarkod the Pottery Prices Up. out allvo. Eight just recolved an Invitation to attend declared tho campaign year's Comblo Nubors, Dundee, to AmanMrs. Jones Washington, Oct. 24. This Oct. 24. tho men were taken East Liverpool, 0 , Kentucky apple crop, estimated by would bo carried 011 until 3,000,000 da Coppage, Dundee Many potteries engaged In the manu- had inhaled guses, but company phy- one. "It's probably an allusion to that J. J. Blnnkenship, Beaver Dam, to facture of tablowaro today notified sicians say they will recover. tliu Department of Agriculture, by uieuibors had been enlisted In tho son quotatloii'The stag nt Tho cauBO of tho fir'o, which was is aa follows: Ben Davis, ciety from the Methodist Church, and Hnzol Hockor, Beaver Dam. customers of a general advance of varieties eve bus drunk his fill,' " replied his 11. Tavlor, Beaver Dam, to Una twenty per cent In selling prices. All in the tlmbors of the gangway, Is 33 per sixty per cent of the women of tho) II. 547,000 barrelsa decrease of wife meaningly. Stevens, Beaver Dam. (goods are to bo sold on tho lists now cent from last year; Wiuesap, 502,- - land who belong to churches. y. f A VflRWHak. m gBaigBlgH' to-da- HfiTSfggBggggflglgHBMgMP 'aBBBHHgBaVBBgBlBBBBB''' PPILHHiaaHaaaHR rr B ry woll-found- ' Car-i.iiiw- 'h to-da- . as-reco- - Undor-Socrota- ry G 1 well-know- 1 . C--"- an approximate la srder to ascertain prorHUn SLACK RENDERS cssacity, of any make of equality, to that the miner will be whether the on have substantially the new type machines, (other thaa the enabled t Sullivan) that may be put In use, Is same wage upon any other machine LABOR DECISION per cent creator In efficiency that may be put in use, and, at the machlies.a test shall same time, the operators will not be TEUTON OKIKKR AND ENGLISH . than the j be Sulllran bound ts furnish another make upSOLDIER FIGHT TO FINaiae between It and a following on am exact equality with .the SulliA4TTS AH AHRITRATOR FOR Ml.t- - machine, as itateii In the ISH, m7 WIS AM) W'KIUTOIW WHO stipulation, which I hold shall he in- - van. ' In addition to this, I fee that no DISAOREER. scrted In your agreement, "Where the new typo short wall great hardship can likely result to London, Oct. 21. An extraordinacutting machines aro cither tho operator or miner, from ry story was told to the King and continuous when working the use of such other new type maEdward VII new W A PHTNF9 used, the runners, be paJ(1 34 and chines, as no operator Is likely to be Queen at the Corp. George Hospital. 1U tho day ghall Bennett Windsor, by seven-tenth- s cents jer hour, and willing to put any new type ma- Burleigh, son of the late war correschine in use that is not at least aptheir helpers 30 cents per hour: pondent. The corporal was with one Trfcl Will lie Matle-Jiidt- fe Thirty 'lJ when working by the square foot, proximately equal In efficiency to j of the famous London regiments, and Ask Nothing More Than fifty-fothe Sullivan, and a test, made under the price shall be he had a remarkably narrow escape Honor for Service. oenU per square foot the supervision of the operators and from death. miners, (coupled with the Inevitable to the cutter, and fifty "We went over the top," he said cents to the helper; when supervision of the manufacturers) to their inajeettes, "on September 15. bo almost certain to demon5 cents per will by the ton, working SttrtHz the last term of Clrovtt ton, nt screen coal, to the cutter, strate, in advance, that both make of I was charging quite close to a tank, and by the time we had got to the Judge R. W. Court ta Hartford per machines are substantially equal, and cents and four sevoiity-flfth- s SMk was agreed upon between Ui ton to the helper: and three and If not, their rejection in advance, will German first lino, I had killed eleven Huns. Then I was spun around and raisers of District No. !3 of the four-tentcents per ton, of mine be certain. Halted Mine Workers of America i run coal, to the cutter and three deciding this matter I have fell to the ground. I started crawlIn ing toward a shell hole When withtad the operators to settle a dlsagree-sM- j and fifty , cento earnestly endeavored to reach a just in two and a half yards of the hole, growing out of the Installation ; per of the questions submitsettlement ton to the helper. of a new type of cutting machine in ted to me for adjustment, but If you a German Major of the Prussian The price cf yardage and room the mine. The new machine is said any pr-- j Oui.rds, was about six feet six Inches paid on the contin- nnu mat i nave erreu in he mora efficient by about t,wey-tv- e turning, to be to ticular I will cheerfully reconsider tall, swore nt me and lifted his ritle per own than the old which in- uous cutting machine, shall be the my decision, upon rehearing if re-- I to his shoulder, the barrel on the breast quite near my face A bullet passcreased the output and the earnings same as the price quested. machine, and shall be divided in of the operator to such an extent that Responding to your suggestion. that ed thru my Jaw, but owing to a good i nc iuict.utsi was deflected necessa- - iwnta vci ins man in . a new scale or wages was .. I render you a bill for my services. set of teeth, the bullet . ... scaie inai .... IimIoi cli a II nnnlv In nil short wall o'f my chin, knocking uie rj. It was OTer mis will say that I deem It appropriate. and enmo out ono of my teeth out. dispute arose and Judge Slck was continuous cutting machines, that- In view of my office, to act in ei"I lay perfectly still for an "hour, agreed upon as the arbitrator. There may oe pm in use oj me capacity in such matters as Coal Operators, of ware no hard feelings over the dlsa- - eru Kentucky to accept, as full compen- and when I ll'fted my head I saw the and which, when tested, this, trmumnnt ami linth concerned nar-- ! Dlstrlct your . German Major picking off our wound-e- d s,,ow to be approximately sation, the honor conferred by ! may with his rltte. I watched him go ties went about the settlement In a I selection, coupled with the satisfacto me equivalent, in eiuciency, to the other side of the shell hole, manner. businesslike tion of having succeeded, at least In it I averted that the decision ren- - Sullivan short wall machine. ma some measure, in producing harmony .and not being able to stand it any Where a test is made, both ! hv the-- .arbitrator will be .final i your business relations, without longer I picked up a bayonet 'and Itefore you buy you should examine our hand be operated for 30 in but" In closing his opinion Judge 'chines shall having done an injustice to either crawled to the edge of the shell hole made farm wagons. They run lighter, are made of same mine, and at the I made a great effort and flung mySlack states that if he has erred in days in the operators or miners. self into the hole and rammed the any particular he will cheerfully same time, and each machine shall the very best material and hist far longer than any Respectfully submitted, given equal opportunity and be bayonet thru him. but it did not kill grant a rehearing. If requested. It. W. SLACK. machine made wagon vou can buy no matter what 1 In which to cut and him. and he fought like a wildcat. Both miners and operators set conditions Arbitrator. coal. There shall be I made a last effort and gripped his m price you pay. forth their argument before tlie handle the ( J edge here at the last term of court r. man appointed by the president Doc. SlounN Liniment Help Rheuma- throat with my hands. He shrieked We also do all kinds of Blaeksmithing and Refor mercy, but fought like a devil all and the decision, which was render- of the United Mine Workers of tism? America, of District CS.and a man time. However. I managed to e pairing, especially the hard jobs the. other fellow ed last week, follows: Ask the man who uses it, he the appointed by the commissioners of him and he fell dead across e Owensboro, Ky., Oct. 13, 1916. knows. "To think I suffered all these, throttle can't do. Western Kentucky Coal OperJUssrs. II. S. Tucker and C. W. Tay- the years when one 25 cent bottle of me. ators, of District 23, to see that "I lay there helpless underneath Western lor, Commissioners of the We also make a specialty of Horseshoeing and each machine Is given a fair and Sloan's Liniment cured me," writes the German for two days without Coal Operators Association and, If you have user. Impartial test; and the president I lost anything to eat or drink, and earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Georgo Baker and J. T. Hayes, of District 23 shall have the priv- Rheumatism or suffer from Neural- a lot of blood. On tho evening of Commissioners of the United Mine ilege Backache, Soreness and Stlff- of choosing any machine run- gia. the second day another wounded man Respectfully yours, Workers-o- f America, District 23, ner he may desire, to cut the test i ness, don't put off getting a bottle of came along and pulled the dead GerCentral City, Ky. will give you such wel- -j with the Sullivan machine, and the Sloan's. It man off me, but ho could not take Gentlement: of the operators come relief. It warms and soothes me with him as he was too badly commissioner As I understand the facts submitsore, stiff painful places and you have the same privilege of shall ted by yeu to me. It Is contemplated choosing any machine runner, that !the so much better. Buy It at any wounded himself. At about 8 o'clock that night the Germans' curtain Arc X that the coal operators may put In they may desire, to cut the test Store, only 25 cents. stopped as our army had pushed use. In your district, some new with the other continuous cutting them on. I then crawled about a known as new type short wall machine; both machine runners to HASN'T CONGRESSMAN REX mile, which took me four and a half (of cutting machines, Thirty-fiv- e continuous years experience iu the shop. JOHNSON HAD ENOUGH? hours to accomplish. be paid by the company. Eventually a which there are several different Tho Sullivan machine has been New Zealander picked me up and makes,) and it has been agreed that If a prize were offered for the'Iong-e- st carried me to our advanced dressing capacity of the new type machines selected as a basis in making said the Democratic office holding record station." lnal us is 25 per cent greater in efficiency, lest' ,n v,ew 0I lne ,a would be cutting and earning power, than efficiency. In cutting and earning In Kentucky, the contest Hon. Ben in a sharp one between the as compared with the ' Power' the chain breast machines In use In Despondency. to for district: and that the miners, 'clency of the different - types of Johnson, candidate and When you feel discouraged and , mnchlnps. ari tn hn ITbast machines, ill UM- ill this dls Congress this year, n.r.itinir such by the com- McCreary, who has been retired for despondent do not give up but take paid 25 per cent less per ton, than trict was considered of said mine workers, age. x a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets and types missioners when operating the different At a very early ago Mr. Johnson (Incorporated) of breast machines; this diiference, and coal operators of said district you are almost certain to feel all per went ofi the public official payroll as in the capacity of such machines, In making the differential of 25 City Attorney for Bardstown, which right within a day or two. Desponhaving been assumed as an arbitrary cent." very often due to indigesOWENSBORO. KY- I have inserted this latter clause he held for two years. He was after- dency is basis without any actual test having ward a member of the two houses of tion and biliousness, for which these in tho agreement. In view of the fact been made. Legislature for eight years, tablets are especially valuable. ObI also, understand the fact to be, that the Sullivan machine was the the State . . . then was Collector of Internal Revuest located scnooi in western iventucKy. Located m that In reaching the foregoing agree- only typo, machine that was coneverywhere. enue at Louisville from 1893 to tainable ment, you took into consideration the sidered by you in reaching your in a manufacturing town where you do not have to results obtained from the operation, agreement, and I am of opinion that 1897. L'SK SHOT GUN When Cleveland was defeated for CHILDREN in your district, of the new type no manufacturer, of any other new ONE IS KILLED AS TOV :- Mr. Johnson had fed at J seek a position; whore the position seeks you. "Sullivan" machines, as compared type machine, can justly complain of public hayrack so long that he with the breast machines in use, and its being mentioned in the agreement the While Maysville. Ky.. Oct. 21 SheriI have also concluded accepted a position as Deputy If you desire to work and attend school, write us. while you differed as to the capacity in this way. and his wife were abff- of Nelson county for three years. John Marshall af said respective machines, you fi that It would not be fair to require County Treasurer from sent from their homo near Minerva, We are in a position to get you work while you arc in nally agreed upon the arbitrary ha the other new type machines to be, Ho was also January 21, 1898, to April 22, 1907, yesterday, their two sons, 4 and 7 J His, aforesaid; but, having been un-- j exactly as efficient as the Sullivan, holding two offices at the same years old, took down their father's X school thus assisting you in paying your way. able to agree upon any plan to as- - and have therefore provided against thus gun was c time for several years. He was elect- shotgun to play with. The certain whether the capacity of any i 190C and is now a accidentally discharged, blowing part ed to Congress In make or new typo machine, (other boy's head off. If Mr. of the candidate for than tho Sullivan), will be 25 per overlapping office holding News of the affair did not reach the o Johnson's cent greater in efficiency, you have Ho is this morning. ie counted In years It would carry Coroner until submitted the question to me for ardehis record for beginning back to the making an Investigation of the bitration, with power to fix a proper GRKGCJ SHORTHAND, TWENTIETH" CENTU- time when he was a boy in Unee-pan- tails. tost; therefore, after having maturec ly considered all the suggestions An Invaluable Receipt. RY BOOKKEEPING, Commercial Arithmetic, Rapid For all of his services Mr. Johnson which you. have made to me, I have A young follow, who has not long something has reoeired the following conclusion, reached Is IN BED MOST OF TIME more than a hundred thousand dol- been married, usually confide Calculation, Business Correspondence, English, Com- t: lars. Hasn't Mr. Johnson had troubles to a friend whoso matrimonII Ik Conclusions. ial axporlunce covers a period of nough? mercial Law, Spoiling, Iiusino&s Penmanship, Type- First. To mako a. test between tn-- Her Health Restored by Lydia twenty years. c-V Breast machines, and any new typel i? One day tho former remarked very S writing. How ("alnrrb is roiitrnetutl. roeblnes. (otVer than the Bulllvani thought- despondently. "I said tomethlng to, Mothers are sometimes so Compound. la Impracticable, because such test my wife she didn't like, and she Write us for further in forum lion. less aa to neglect the colds whleh will be ouL'ornhered with so many hasn't spoken to me for two days." ' their children contract. The inflamlmper-- , difficulties. Maeertalntles. and imaanapj.is., Indiana. The eyes of tho old married man "Kj health membrane, at fast conditions surrounding the use, was so poor a.i I my eon tluuioa so ma mation of the mucus brUhttntd. ''Say, old top." he exdown that I could fljst acjilu. becomes chroi.lc und the claimed eagerly, "can you remember of such machines, In comparison one work, i was 'hlld has chronic catarrh, a disease with the other, as to possibly render system." it wis you wid?" Philadel dlanapolls In favor of his thin, pale and weak, that is seldom cured and that may or at least so unthe test unequal; They opposed tho President's re 'Rural Credits Law" or "Laud Bank phia l'tibllc Ledger. wished but 1C3 'prove a life's burden. Many par-- teJ satisfactory aa to produce discord, Law." At the meeting of the Na- - commendation of 'increased freight pounds and was In sons who have this loathsome ( Ira- - Khlii Comes From Within. raiser titan the karmony which tionul Farmers' Congress, John BVel-to- n rains" to meet bis forced increase at b':d most of the will remember having had seems to be. and should be, so earnof the in tvrtuin wage scales. Williams, Comptroller tat-ir.- j you can gain It is foolish to think ti.ne. I began colds at the time It was conestly desired by both the miners sad The farmer-- , cannot bo caught by Lydia E. a good clear complexion by the ue Currency, Carl Vrooman, Assistant operator who you respectively rcp- Vetrctablt tracted. A little forethought, a bot of face powder. Get at the root of Secretary of Agriculture, Congress-- ' Democratic "fl paper". They huvo fc, yi C-- u pound and fire tle ui uuamoeruun uuugn nww and thoroughly cleaiue man Ralph W. Moss and Senator leurned ihut Democratic promises nro judiciously used, and all this trouUU the trouble Stecpd. It is not advisable to atthe system with a treatment of Dr. Hoke Smith, all Democratic otRciaU, 'molasses to catch f!ien " weighed 133 pounds. might have been avoided. Obtaintests to r n, tact, as a basis of -- j King's New Life IMUs. Gentle and spoke and urged the beauties of the in i do a;! the r.ou.,. able everywhere. eomparliiiu of the results heretofore mild In aetlon, do not grlpo, yet they law--. Noarly all of the oraeers of the Deware of Ointments for &' washing for eleven and I cm ' imi MBtuinod, In the mines in your dla- - work and It was Catarrh, that Contain Mercury relieve tho liver by tholr action on Congress and DemocruUi. eC- Fishes For 'Gator. ma- - truthfuMy say Lydia E. Wnkhams trict.frow thtt um of the Good for young, adults of course, thnusht that all those In- us mercury will surely destroy 17. Robert the bowels. tho aonka Frankfort. Ky., Oot. 0blae..r.d the Sullivan njachlnes. (or aged. Go aftor a clear complex- fluences would carry the farmers off of wnoll niul completely deranuo tint wliolii vystiMii wheu nitorliiB It throuKli Dougherty Ashed for two hours for and may itajr otbsr new type 1 their feet and cuusu a btrong endorsej wooW teU j today. 25c at your druggist. Hie mucou surfaces. Such articles should fcut fof ion liuv been In use) for tho reason that men BU(ferjng8 I was to try your vale- - ullgHlors in the streets of Frankfurt .u,Bf41 """I1 rUJ,mr. ' prescription ment of tho law. ft.01.'.1 .ro.V.,,,?M,8 Pfcysiilnns. as tho .luniuiw 'Caltors bit poorly, and lie a wido dlvergouce ay8 rmdy. " Mrs. W. Crekn, 232 today. ihore seems to tlioy do la ten fold to tho good you (o ' Kiulor.10 "Rural farmors not only did not can lint theso n haul, an officer KiirnicrH Refuse he had mudu pos.lbly derlvo from of opinion btttweon the operators and S.Addison Strout, Indianapolis, Indiana, CredltH Imw." endorse that allogod "Farm Loan ( ittarrh Curo. manufacturedtlicmT Halls by F. J Thoro is hardly a neighborhood in this Interrupted his sport. When hauled inliitrsjw to the facts pertaining to Congress Dank" but they criticised it in tholr Cheney & Co.,Is Toledo, O.. contains no The National Farmers' mercury, and wag adjudged to not taken Internally, actimt tho manner, fairnsss and unfairness, country, wherein some woman has olu- - bofore a Jury, ho just closed its annual session resolutions. Ono member declared 'rcctly upon the blood and mucous sur V this good be of uusouml mind, and will be sent has of tho. use of said rospoctlvo innohlnos found health by using remedy, Ontnr,Hrn,!,e fy,Cm- Hall' T ' sure you bW! get tho fashioned root and her b Dougherty's friends which met this year at Indianapolis thut It "wua not meant primarily as asylum. to the attempts that hgretoforo, in borne of tho United "id made In say he became Inaano as a result of and will meet next year at Houston, an aid to furmers Co. Tes- have been made to ascertain such re-- ; ' J' States, but as a crutch for a limping SSSJ&fi'i'S- Texas. i worry over the approaching u,ts- g.oId by Drufteistt. Price 75c per bottle. Co., Lynn, Lydia E. Pinkhara Medicine Tho President recently spoko In In- - and unworkable Federal Reserve Usll's JTsnilly nils for ceoMlpiiloB. I Having reached tho foregoing con- - jjtt3J, for elusions, I cide that, fsrtaer conclude snd de 'an 'exact' equality being required, by opponents corpse ' wsssavssssssfiWisso SEE OUR NEW vsv; falls victor I bret to-w- lt: ta 1M mAunin.j.by PALL GOODS HARTFORD, ' NOW ON DISPLAYS , at S Hvib Clothing Co. i ICY. bt-in- SSVWWVVVVWV1rVV!V I quasi-judici- al : : : WagonsI Wagons! Wagons! t i t one-gratof- ul t A. B. Row 6c Son f Centertown, Ky. ma-cnin- i ! effi-ro- ur id t HI IB Si M i : j . H WIFE TOO ILL WE TEACH TO WORK u. t t 1 to-wl- s p:nU.. -, VnrtnU ut vi-.at -- ed j rtls-lea- fre-que- Pin!:-hi-ns'- a rx re r- bret SlVa5 t bo-to- re .SfiSSI-ff- V , The Hartford Republican HARTFORD, OHIO COUKTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, f 1 SUPPLEMENT TO 1916 VOTE THIS YEAR! ROOSEVELT SCORES r-- - . "DUTY WITHOUT FEAR" . j-V PUBLIC PAYS THE 1tri; J t IN RECENT SPEECH MEXICO OFFERS MOST STRIDING IN8TANCE OF CONTRAST BE. TWEEN WORDS AND DEEDS V CAMPAIGN BILLS v , three-fourth- ' , NEVER BEFORE HAVE TAXPAYERS OF KENTUCKY BEEN SO EXPEN8E BURDENED. ON PART OF THE GOVERNMENT MANAGERS ON THE PAY ROLL Thousands of Kentucky Republicans did not voto last year. If s of theso vcters can bo persuaded to go to the polls and vote foe Hughes and Fairbanks, tho state will glvo tho greatest Ropub' llcnn majority in Its history. In summing 'up tho result election night it is the Individual votes that count. Urge your Republican neighbor to go to the polls and voto. . On Almost Every Question, President Wilton Has Occupied at Least Two Diametrically Opposite Positions-F- ine Words Without Force. X Somo things Col. Roosevelt said In lils Kentucky speeches: Whon I was President I took the view that no ono had a right to speak untruthfully of tho President or of anyono olso, but .that oven loss than anyono else ought tho President to cscapo from truthful criticism. I apply to others vonly tho standard by which I asked that b 'myself be i President Wilson by his policy of tamo submission to Insult and injury from all whom ho feared has Invited tho murder of our men, women and children by Mexican bandits on land and by German submarines on tho sea. Mexico otters the roost striking of contrast between words and deeds on tho part of our government.' Mr. Wilson speaks loftily on behalf of "oppressed men and pitiful worn--on- " in tho abstract, but when tho forces of Carranza and Villa murdered American man and outraged American womon, acting under the direct authority of their leaders, Mr. Wilson mado no offoctivo protest of i any kind; and In his speech of accept. ho has actually apologized for . niico theso men on tho ground that they "represented at least tho fierce passions of reconstruction which Hob at tho very heart of Jlborty." It is difficult to Bpeak patiently of such an utterance, when wo romombor tho infamy which it covers, and tho abject submission to infamy for which It Books to apologlro. It was als6 announced in tho public press that ono hundred million dollars was expended in Gon. Pershing's expedition into Moxico, and that wo aro now oxponding fifteen million dollars a week to keep ono hundred and fifty thousand men on tho border of Mexico In order to enablo Mr. Wilson to continue to wago peace with that country. I bollove in labor .unions. But I first and foremost in liberty and Justlco obtained through tho union to Tvhich all of us belong, tho Union ot all tho pcoplo of tho United States. 1 day as the bellovo in the eight-hou- r general rule toward which wo must atrivo; but I recognize that special needs must bo met in special Indus-trioand that in all such cases thore must be very careful consideration ot all tho conditions boforo final action caso, In tho a Is taken., day this not theh6wever, Tho eight-hour Is issuo. issuo Is an incroase of wages, given "by' law, without previous Investigation or knowledge Tho principle ot tho eight-hou- r day Is not at Issuo and is adroitly invoked merely to cloak the real issue. o s, treated. DEMOCRATIC PRESS ON ADAM. LAW. 80N Not Only Are Democratic Campaign FARMER TALKS LAW. Managers on the Government and State Payrolls, But Campaign LiterH. N. Pope, of Texas, President of ature Is Mailed With Postage at tho Association of Farmers' Union Public Expense. Presidents, Is asking the farmers to urgo tholr Congressmen to repeal tho Never before in this, nor perhaps In Adamson Law at tho noxt session. Ho any other state, havo the taxpayers says: "Tho defenders of the Adamson Law boon so burdened with a party's campaign oxpenscs as happens in Ken- havo had much to say about emancipating labor, but how about enslaving tucky this year. Not only are practically all of the tho farmers? It giving, to tho trainmembers of tho Democratic Campaign men is a virtue, is not taking from tho Committee on tho stato or the nation's farmer a crime? Has Congress tho payroll, but their campaign literature power to increase tho expenses of inand letters aro being mailed out with dustries many millions of dollars, without somo ono paying the bill? t so, tho postage at public expense. Campaign Chairman Cantrlll re- thon Congress should immediately asceives $7,500 a year as a member of semble and legislate all people into Congress, Congressman Rouse, Chair-- ' Idleness and wealth. It we extend this man ot their Spoakers' Bureau, is on character of benevolent legislation to tho government payroll at the same all railroad employes as well as to emsalary, and Tom Pannell, State Fire ployes Of all other lines of industry, Marshal, receives $3,000 a year salary it will take the American wheat crop from the state. The other members to finance the Adamson Law. This U of tho Democratic State Campaign an annual contribution which the farmers ot the country are not financially Commltteo are: Ell Brown, S. W. Hagar, Milton ablo to make and, the only way to prevent It Is to persuade our CongressBoard, and Forest Butts. , Of theso Ell Brown, attorney for tho men; no matter what the political Insurance Rating Board, receives from faith, to take this law off the statuto the stato a salary of $3,000 a year; S. books." W. Hagar, member WorklngmOn's CHURCH RELATIONS OF OUR Compensation Board, at a salary of $3,500 a year, and Dr. Milton Board, PRESIPENTS. medical director of Compensation Board, at a salary of $3,000 a year. Dr. Tho religious affiliations of our Presidents were: Board holds also one or more other twenty-seve-n Episcopalian George Washington, public offices with fees attached. Mr. Butts is said to be just a plain busi- Jame3 Madison, James Monroo, Wilness man, drawing no public stipend, liam Henry Harrison, John Tyler, and perhaps was placed on the Com-- , Zacharlah Taylor, "Franklin Plerco, Chester A. Arthur. mlttee through an oversight. Presbyterian Andrew Jackson, Jas. tavV&BMrflKiSioiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiVlla fPJiiiiiiiiiiiflr In 'addition to officering the Committee with Democrats who aro draw- K. Polk, James Buchanan, Abraham. B? c s'cilllllllw ing in the aggregate $27,500 a year in Lincoln,- - Grover Cleveland, Benjamla salaries out of the taxpayers' money, Harrison, Woodrow Wilson. Methodist Xndrew Johnson, U. S. the postofflce department is being drawn on for thousands of dollars tree Grant, R. fi. Hayes, William McKlnley. postage- - Tons of Democratic lltera Unitarian John Adams, John Q. ture are being sent out from head Adams, Millard Filmore, W. H. TafL Liberal Thomas (Jefferson. quarters under CantrlU's, James' and Dutch Reformed Theodore Rooseother Congressmen's franks, and even Mr. Cantrlll has not hesitated to mall velt, Martin Van luren. out campaign letters under his frank ' Disciples James A. Garfield. Of tho present candidates for tha to evado postage. Count up the cost, boys, of the Presidency, Mr. Wilson is iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHnnnnnnnifnnnHrinBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii and Mr. Hughes a Baptist. Democratic campaign expenses being paid out of your tax money and see if you like it Whon Europe settles down to peace) And starts to" making things, llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllim Our profits from tho sale of goods HARVEY REPENTS. Will suddenly take wings. Unless we have Protection see? Col. George Harvey, who through tho remainder ot his term the interest STANLEY ECONOMY We'll all go up, tho flue. his great periodical, The North Amerbearing debt at its close will ie 310, YOUR VOTE IS NEEDED ! That's something sura to happen , ican Reviow, made Woodrow Wilson . 279.613-.81, When Governor ot New Jersey and PresiGovornor Stanley, in his meisago to Tho annual Interest at 6 per cent The dent ot tho United States has, ltko Did you vote last year? If you Assembly, January 4, 1916, on the amount owing August 31st, tho Oenoral War the Lord in making man, repented bedid not, do not neglect that Imstated that there was outstanding at 1916, is 3205,845.55, Is this Mr. Stan Gets cause be made him and says ln'tha Ocyear. portant duty this that tlmo interest bearing warrants to toy's promised economy? Through. tober number ot his magazine: The country Is going to elect the amount of 12,884,371.11. The "Upon tho clearly marked issues, Hughes and Fairbanks. We can Congressman William S, Bennett, a Treasury Statemont for August 31, Roosevelt and Tate and as between the candidates, there and must mako Kentucky contrib1916, showod that theso warrants at Republican, ran in the Democratic shook hands for the first time in sevis no reason why any professional victory. ute her sharo in the that time amounted to 14,116,911.66. primary in tho 23rd New York District any thoughtful Progressive eral years at a meeting arranged to This shows an Incroase In tho interest (this is allowable under tho primary or any principled Democrat should not hrini? them together at the New Yorlc bearing debt of tho state, during eight law of New York) and got 36 per cent VS. WILSON and, every reason why every patriotic Union League Club, Otober 3d. Tha months of Governor Stanley's admin- of the total Democratic vote against HUGHES American should, vote For President: event is another severe disappointment ON LABOR QUESTJ0N istration of '$1,232,540.45. It the same, his pemocratic opponent who ran on in administration circles. CHARLES EVANS HUGHES." ratio of Increaso is continued through the Wilson policies. &:SivCik9E!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiHafitl CHARLES E. HUGHES Real In tho South, where thoro Is a local feeling ot political security, the Democratic newspapers do not mtneo words In denouncing Prosldont Wilson's cringing surrender to force in tho passage of tho Adomson DHL Wo quotr: From tho Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle: "Nothing xnoro revolutionary has been dono in any clvll(zod country, with tho possible exception ot Mexico, elnco tho French, Revolution ltsolf. "From what has happenod this i cringing sacrlflco of principle to ox pedlency tho country has President "WHsqiv to thank; for it was he who first sought to make political capital out ot this national crisis, or else was too pitifully weak to display the strength of a strong man in a great emprgency. And a pliant and suppliant Congress, fed to mental obesity out of tho 'patronage' spoon, was only too easily coerced into following' the i President's lead." GET OUT THE VOTE "We Approve" : Attitude of Rival Candidates Toward Labor Is Happily Obtainable. Hughes On Labor "Tho interests of labor are the interests of ALL tho people and r in the security of his lifo and health the protection ot the by every practicablo means is one of the most sacred trusts of society." "We must have In this country, If wo are to succeed, prosperity, protection for our women, and protection for ou children." SOME OF HUGHES' ACHIEVEMENTS FOR LABOR AS GOVERNOR wage-earne- t S V Then are mora than 2,200 voting precincts in Kentucky, and it only ono Republican In each precinct who stayed at homo had gono to the poIU and ,voted for Ed Morrow, his majority in the state would have been more than 1,800 over Mr. Stanley. There are more than fifty counties in Kentucky where, It tho full Republican vote had been polled last year, Kd Morrow would be gov-- u ' ernor today. We learn from the Brooklyn Eagle that a National Society od Approvers, or, rather; of approving Americans, has been formed? Its slogan is: "I Approve, and the Eagle, coming in aid tothis Democratic sideshow, suggests a list of approbatory declarations. We take pleasure in copying them here : We approve the selection ofWilliam Jennings Bryari as Secretary of Statte. We approve his resignation. We approve the stand of Mr. Wilson in opposition to a na' tional defense program in 1914. We approve his addresses.in favor of a national defense pro ., gram in 1916, "... We approve the capture of Vera Cruz with the object of enforcing a salute to the American flag. We approve his withdrawal of our troops from Vera Gruz with the American flag unsaluted. We approve" his insistence that Hucrta must not be .Presi' dent of Mexico. We approve his recent announcement that there must be no interference with Mexico. We approve his support of Pancho Villa. We approve his pursuit of Pancho Villa'. We approve Ins notification of Germany that submarine attacks on merchant ships must cease. We approve his declaration during the submarine contro, versy that we are too proud to fight. f We approve his shaken fist. ' his admonitory finger. We approve We approve him when he advances and when he backs up, when lie goes up and when he comes down, vertically and horizontally and diagonally, in straight lines and curved lines, in circles and spirals, elliptically and parabolicalty. Our approbation ' v , is flexible and adjusable, mobile and WU. 11 double-jointed- ., .T! u y Their real attitude toward laboring men is happily obtainable as tho following incidents will show. Just after Mr. Hughes' election to the Supreme Court bench the Legislative Labor News, the official organ ot the New York State Federation of Labor, said of him: "New that Governor Hughes has retired from politics and ascended tp a place on the highest Judicial tribunal In tho world, the fact can bo acknowledged without hurting anybody's political corns that ho was tho greatest friend ot labor laws that over occupied the Governor's chair at Albany. During his twp terms ho has Blgned fifty-silabor laws. Including among them the best labor laws over enacted In this or any other state." Compare this record ot Mr. Hughes with the statement ot Mr. Wilson In his baccalaureate sermon to three thousand students of Princoton University in 1909, before he had heard the buzzing ot the Presidential bee: "You know what the usual standard of the employe is in our day. It is to give as little as he may for his wages. Labor is standardized by the tradoi-union- s and this is the standard to which he is made to conform." Replying to an invitation to spoak and antl? at a banquet of boycott- sympathizers In January, 1909, Mr. Wilson said, "I am a fierce partisan ot the open shop." x anti-strike - OF NEW YORK. Shorter hours for children in industry. Exclusion of children from dangerous employments. Inspection of working conditions by tho stato lnstoad of by local v boards ot health. instead ot monthly payments of wages on railroads. 5. C. Regulation ot employment agencies. 7. Compulsory workmen's compensation act the first such law In America, against crooked steamship ticket 8. Protection of immigrants agencies. 9. Protection ot Immigrants against dishonest private bankers. 10. Schools In tho temporary labor camps. 11. Establishment ot public trade schools. A law making for tho projjer Inspection ot locomotive boilers at stated periods. An amendment to tho penal code ot the state making it a crlmo for railroad corporations to overwork thoso employed in train service. A law fixing a legal limit of EIGHT HOURS PER DAY for telegraph and telephone operators and signalmen. A law providing additional safeguards in train service, with special reference to the equipment of cabooses, day tor minors in all employment A statute fixing an eight-hou- r within the state. A law safeguarding the wage earnors' rights In the courts ot the 2. 3. 4. Semi-monthl- y 1. Better and bigger Labor Department. state. A law limiting woman's work to sixty hours per weok In addition to many other measures of equal importance to the wage earners of I' that commonwealth. i mn l 1 l The Greatest Labor Law Ever Passed Was a Protective Tariff Law m.." 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These Newspaper Stories Are Accurate Descriptions of the Suffering and Sorrow That Followed the Election of Wilson- - and a Free Trade Congress 5. inc tun- - BJHBBBMBMwBi'gMSsUP'.Sfi: ofcsiHBBBBBBBB RELIEF WORK ami Nc r. .! BBBnHflRHnBBBflBflfiSfl9flKKrS(tt9S9iHflH BHBlHEvB EIf8KffiY BBBMflKjyrrtWBflWBSUmjSBKMBHB Sbbbbb&WmBkJbhbms'bbmsbuu4SSbbp5p46bssbdbbb1 IS UNDER WAY First Free' Djnner Served To Tu Nearly Seven Hundred. Public Employment Bureau Is Organized. Jnd The I.VUIA'.N wt'ro gi , iis iHe, lights were did iu in il.irknos . M. . c.NKnutiv f jHBBHSiflflRH0BDKSSB9nS&MBII ' NM&BG!wiSiBTO a. to t of Tl.il $20,000 FOR A n was far tins 9U- PJ9BflftMj3KK Sv?VJHWr8bBbBm av6 tana BUREAU OPENS FOR JOBLESS PI 1 M- - ! - I. llUt Ill - CITY CLEANUP Mass Meeting Promptly Solves Work Problem. Marion E. Taylor Heads Big Philanthropy. h ten lu- - Fr Registration Begun of Jobless Men of Louisville, ink th Wa lf Machinery Set In Motion To Relieve Unemployment. U CK to hen oi e led I the ind my Facilities Slat BASKETS GIVEN TO WOMEN TJ IHh For Free Dinners Much Enlarged. en To Iced Hie h i With Other Citizens To Bear Burden For 'Public. Jpa- - TAKEN IN FRONT OF BETHEL FEBRUARY MISSION SOUP HOUSE at- - RELIEF ed .t-a MEASURES 1915 RICE d&etrlirr 'to et JT th Mn In atte. the liir :iuaiukuajjL& MASS-MEETING ii"iTnu XT ATI n I ITIIRKB CENTS, TY i'innxT' ft N 1 1 0 PAGES ult lve d-l- s. It len orgunfied One hundred nhdonc jobless N ' men registered at the police stations. Six hundred dinner given to Jobless men and sixty baskets Given to women with children. Tour hundred, men 'cmplojcd on (he at recti. Public Kmiiloymcnt llurcau Tr I'c cx "No Need For Any To Go the of e4 'Hungry," Says Emler. In rt,y ,", l,m. IN J HANDS OF COMMITTEE JO TO of mlr ant c"" ver 700 VS WERE FED ESTERDAY coa hd j an qu crj ad. Openlne of 'h Tublic Employment rlv Bureau and enlargement of free dinner an faclllllc stood out esterday amons ef- as forts to relievo the distress of unem Ul ployment. mt v.(r.inv'n total registration was ti compares wlfti 101 ninetv-sevewhich for Thursday, tho first day. O, Nearly 700 persons wer fed ot the free dinner at Bethel church. 61: West Jefferson, yesterday. Trm' Public Employment Bureau, Fred J. Drexler . n. What trtlU tn.te- - xx PRICE FIVE CENTS. IW efforts toward the'solutlon problem In tn 4ltV brou . v In chout tliat Conference On Relief Problem For Monday' Night. Churches and All Civic BUREAU STARTS TO AID JOBLESS Ue- - Bodies t those at law Various Plans Suggested To Give Unemployed Work, ft for ao.ooo x a WAS Urged To Aid In Solution. the for ill im.illon of the Public Kniplojment Un real I h the Majot's Committee on L'n ont g cmi)hinwnt a.id In of the it. fit st free dinner to nearly "ud. b ive V4 7' ;st ino fuoiiv' Einpionient utireu "'- - ' un ii rnil.Hion nf ili found of the Louisville cxprwlon jestcrdsy In 'a ' Under guarantee fmm Col. Marlon Taylor that the city (wll b tCd In any sum up to tlO.OOQ Ihtt "'" may bo expended in affordlnf Immed,n- - iate empto)aent on the streets to I.011I?. xllle's C.000 or more unemployed men. all such who' report at the city hall lu this morning by 7 o'clock will be put utu to ork. mm This was one. of Oie first fruits "f the meeting hold In the Council cham ber at the illy Wiall lift nujhl In re WJ qionve In the .Mayor's call. In niMliloii, a rommlltrc of lueifi llvr. rrprernt.iilvc of the varlo unn.-r- . I.ii - --id labor' E rVlnV-burs- Iff 1 " a coi K( b rai ll sold tasf Ulsh IDS Thousands To Take Part In HugevTask. ' CHILDREN WERF HOT BEGGARS ks ho re- - l year ta have CITY'S th. a ament ipedo HANDS ARE Government Tries To End ';o , ,. . noil; on vlllo lud Ihvii .... I Hi. i Hin-rif " ! t ltli-- . in il Huh I.'in. wnl DOES THIS TOUCH YOUR HEART THEY CALLED IT SOUP-HOUS- E te ie Nearly 1.000 Fed. number wr fed yesterday at the Bethel Baptist church with the roo' collected tnrouan ArfcJn Ier. James G. Cnldmelt and John D Waketield. the linard or Public Work The mealH served yvsteiday totaled 910, bringliiK the number to date up to 2.310. A oatlirtlc feuture yesterday was the larxe number of children on hand. Theie wure nearly 30l. 'Theiie children enme from good home, too." Mrs. W. M. Hrucr Hilik "They ate with. their forks ami were' scrnpuloufcly Their tuble mu liners proved they hsd been reHred in good home and never had been cgnh ,M ..j.ltA4 A record-breattlnj clt-nn- .iftr.:iurchis have announcru V.i . nrT5areTyvas" Ihsu fflclent. 44ignM.' lentlon of being h'otts on certain Souphouae Opened. 9JS ih j TIED end cf i re-b- flVB gun?, C with y. ng th. Ion .n- -' 300 C&lldrcn Served. Hi chll-Ire- period were tlolaU. Mayor Buschemeyer yesterday ise m. a sued a formal call for a meeting ol ?elpts representatives ot churches, civic, was and commercial organizations to u&ir be held In the Council chamber at tho eo-c- la rman Ppstmasters Will Receive ;o off a. s t PLAN WORK CAREFULLY ..Koea n tie . X' ID Vasliintoii, Jan. 9. A. national employment bureau, reaching into over 'j. V I., af.nt nl.l Uruen said alio tleslted to x publicly her thank to tro wom cress lim. f th f " were fed yesterday. Among the I children were 2(0 who dropped by at u b 3:80 o'clock In the afternoon on the a Nine-tentway from school. of them fe ate their ftrnt meal of the day there. ub- - Mrs. Druce asked those who had gone lth without breakfast to hold up their .d- - hands, and nearly all of them did so. r. When the mealwas over one little girl o- went to her .sobbing and said, "fleas. U ma. am, x man t nave any urcaxrtut, tl but 1'was ashamed to hold up my " Courier-JournaFebruary 12, 1916. tight hundred men and 300 n thi . At .exactly the same moment tho ml Mayor's Committee on Unemployment fai he was organizing the Publlo Employment co; Bureau, a soup house 'was opened at S7 the Bethel Mission.' Just across the street from tho city hall, and sev riy eral hundred men wero waiting In line. i tUl Leadingtomen of the city have volun- hi pay for tho meat for these ho teered r- dinners from day to days the mer- WOt rift chants and others give the' vegetables; side Vn tne tooa is coonea in mo targe culi- IS nary department of the county Jail wht and also at tho mission, and is served do ' ti1 Lat tho mission. AI Emler, of tho Board of Public yestftr waa the IV e -- V l, Courier-Journa- l, Februaryx5, 1915. 1 -- put out of your Job by a foreign product sold over hero maybe in your own town whllo you and your neighbor were Jobless? You can't prosper unless your om ployor has work for ,you, and ho can't have work for you unlosa ho has a market for his product, and ho has no MR. market it tho foreign manufacturer can You wera not omployed on full tlmo undersell him, becnuoo the foreigner Tho condition portrayed 'hero exist-- 4 and pays tu Loulsvlllo utter tho election ot if at all during 1913 and 1914, v.ero employs cheap labor ho pays no tar-a uuder 'gVaodrow Wilson, and before tho ef- - you? Don't you know that you were iff. Tho tariff that THE BLIGHT OF fqct of tho war had begun to bo felt. This condition has always followed tho enactment of Free Trade tariff law and wo will return to it at tho closo ot the Democratic Tariff Laws Have Always war, unlosa wo are protected by a tariff Brought Disaster and Ruin to law that will insuro employment to American Industries. . and not to U10 our own hungry hordes ot Europe. ' I N0 0NE ESCAPES, f REE TRADE wago-oarnor- a S WAQE-EARNEI- Republican Administration means that you will have work and wages. When tho war ends, you will go back to tho Hard Times of 1914 if tho Democratic party Is in powor. You do not Hero's tho remedy want that. ELECT HUQHESl MR. MERCHANT: You remember tho dismal days of 1913-1and early '15? Your books are full of utijmld accounts ot those days. You know you havo never prospered 4 undor. Free Trado. Tho war has given a certain unreluial stimulus to business, but when It ends, will wo not go hack to t"ho conditions that existed before tho war? Thcro's a romody olect Hughes! MR. FARMER: You have always suffered from the l blight of Free Trade. Whon factories aro busy, labor is well paid.. Whon labor is well, paid prices ot farm products aro good. 'Hut whon labor is idle, you must sell your product at' a fair price, Freo Trade laws have always closed tho factories and reduced tho demand for farm products. No one knows this better Uian you. Whon tho war onds you will find yoursqlt back In tho days ot 1895 and 1914 unloss you have on guard a protective tariff law passed by a Republican Congress and signed by a Republican President. There's a Remedy elect Hughosl V IWIII1WI UBHBLIWUJJIJI Willi W I llllll WHTM! I1MTTTTW-"I- IP WOK8T PliACK IX WOULD" IS FOUND IX CIIICAfiO Chicago, Oct. 22. The Brut Ward of Chicago, Imliltat of "Hliiky Dink" Kcntin nud "Hatliiinuso John" Ceuch- In, Is tho woTst piece of ground of ltd slzo In tho world. So havo declared Methodist prrach-cr- s of Chicago nnd vicinity In the course of upoochos at the Ilock Hirer conference. Tho First Ward watt called the "most vicious, tho "most Immoral," the "most nilsruHd," tho 1 fiMEififfrttii-igii- i i,u&r-Ji'--MjAdmaitii- iimimtTfaminvMjAfll Drachm hi. 1 WW, iM. ? tH'Wli. . wr pK 'Av- - WM ' Mtm lStim V tODACCO IS PREPARED FOR SMOKERS UDERTHE ,PR0CESS DISCOVERED IN MAKING EXPERIMENTS TO P. A. puts new joy into the sport of b&jgftflt Ccalento IS TteM 1 II For Infants find Children. ' smoking! may live to and never feel old enough to vote, but it's certain-sure you'll not know the joy and contentment of a Mfc' t ' nwiMnT"'! IPRODUCE THE MOST DE LIGHTFUL AHD WHOLE SOME TOBACCO FOR CIG- ETTE AND PIPE SMOKERS. YOU ' j Mothers Know Ttat Genuine Castoiia iWf.'Sw alcohol-- 3 3 PROCESS. PATENTED t 6 r ri i iv ri m iinirj JULY 30 T 1907, RUIReyiioldsTodaccoCompaw iIWimstomSalem.N.C.U.SA.i DPE5-N0- Mfflffi."uuuiiui 5 mil is4 J .ill IA old JLJ a friendlya handjimmy k rolled pipe or cigarette unless you get on talking-term- s with Prince Albert tobacco J-1 BITE THE TONGUE "most unsanitary," the "moHt illiterate." It was announced that tho Methodist city missionary army has been ordered to attack at onco and "clean tip tl,c First Ward and check tho political power" of the Aldermen. Figures were offered to show that j i .:wr:i ? 'MfV i ' MttnSS' Bears ZJKU u.J7JH:liW . z A,.o,inM,.i'nomtnniuiA ran envt ' jo.Il vv A lTtTQTTC uj o tho m $ t of 17,000 registered voters In the ward, only 831 can read and write. . oo I Mm ' OpiiinLMbrpIwieiwrJHntoi tl&Q rroiaoltslWcslIoaflicaM; kSW' iicssandBc3t.Coung bumature of IHPfflT-- P. A. comes to you with a real reason for all the goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by a patented process that removes bite and paroji 1 You can smoke it long and hard without a comeback! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just answers the universal demand for tobacco without bite, parch or kick-back! THE LADIES' HOMB JOURNAL, j THE SATURDAY EVENING POST , and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN wish to secure tho spare time of a man or woman to act as local representative in Hartford and vicinity, looking after tho renewals of their many subscriptions in this section, and Introducing these publications to new readers. Payment will bo madb in salary and commission. Previous experience is dcslrahlu but not essential. For details address, with references, Hox G54, THE CURTIS PUHLISHING COMPANY, Independence Square, Philadelphia. 17t2 Home Democratic Progenies. Says Senator James in a telegram to President Wilson: "Have lioen speaking through thu West. Never saw .anything like tho tide to Wilson. He is a certain win-ne- r. I believe Ohio will give him KanBas, Iowa, 100,000 majority. Nebraska, Illinois and Indiana are on Ore with Wilson enthusiasm. Hughes Is licked. Wilson Is a certainty." SM .1 Not Karc otic iZZZSfi. j 4W Use For Over ."'AT v Bffi? ''i&'i. bvv ' j LAiKrtrtBSyforCMgf' FtloSourWmaa.. wrras.i.frcI, TTcSMCoMrAsr. y t X ThiVty sy o4 t .5 rn 0. l WEWxyii a Yesrs y Wfncr Albert in tappy red bagt. Set inly red tint. tOct hand tome pound and half-poun- d and ttn humidor that clever cryttat'utait pound r humidor wtth top that keep the tobacco in inch iptendid condition. U totd vtywhit Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder than to walk into the nearest place that sells tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A." You pay out a little change, to be sure, but it's the cheer-fulle- st investment you ever made! the Copy of Wrapper. lOinMBBflHiiHBHHIBBBfllHHBBBHBHBHHIBHHIBtlHKTffnH tmcccntaur company, new citt, national joy smoke R. ?P In 1916 by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. 1908 Col. Watterson wrote: "Never has the Republican party faced such conditions as meet it which every way It turns. All No Money thoughtful onlookers concede that inAdvnuce New York Is Irrevocably lost to It. ' Satisfac The nomination of Lilley makes Con- - i par- MECHANICAL DEVICE slvo voto back to the Republican tion Guar $ a doubtful Rhode antoed ty FOR DRIVING SPIKES nectlcut LowcotNct Island and New Jersey liaug in the Progr'sles In Line. Fa of balance. There Is both hell and I At the present timo tho Democrats The latest thing In splke-drtvin-g Prices LEAD IN INDIANA have Congress and tho two United apparatus for railroad use consists chaos in Ohio. Indiana, thanks to ' En A. Hanley, is gone past redemption i TcrinH States Senators. Tho present Indi- of an ordinary motor truck mounted Saving of aro that the Republicans will on railway car wheels, says Popular The prairie fires of an awakened cations SlOO to elect nlno Representatives and the Science Monthly. Attached to tho public conscience sweeps over 1111- 52O0FacOUTLOOK IX HOOSMilt STATE j nols, leaping the Mississippi river In- -I From Democrats the remaining four. Two i engine shaft Is a Tjenerator which op- P, A. STARCK POINTS TO Vin'OKY tory Direct ' to Iowa, crossing the Missouri river I RCSIDENT ln I ted States Senators are to bo orates Ave motor tools for fastening Into Kansas and Nebraska, impeded roit . o. elected and It appears that Harry S. the rail to tho ties with wooden IH YOUR New will supplant Democratic-- Sena- screws. Three tho tools aro at- only by the tenantless walls ot the I to issue thence OWN HOME tor John "W. Kern for tho long term tached to wood-Tarililts nnd two. Rocky Mountains, 30 Wo will shin you a Piano down freo trial. In your! and .LABORER NOT DECEIVED and James E. Watson will wli over to socket wrenches for screwing down againshores to sweepPacific." to the gol- - i I home. No cash paymentbeautiful Starckwe ask for that davs' will play upon, uacJ you required. All is of tbo Seuntor Thomas Taggart for tho the spikes. All five tools arc oper- den and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the en.l of that time, you do not And It the! hfirhosl prarW.. ivnpt.sf fnnpil nnd finest ninnn In nvprv v.iv. Ihnt vn.l have ever) Of the thirteen States referred to short term. The Indlcatjnns are that ated at the same time. that) liberty to end back, and vn the jr.oney. you aro j ;inl,forixy iiv irc.Hi.L uuu. at perfec u 0.a.tjv riiuiuItiiiuaL uiu.w wo will, In juu.j Watson-Tagga- rt guuu v.uu light will bo najs. Tho car has a capacity for about by Marse Henri every one, except Ilrroitl lu Mexico, AIw Has Hurl tho or there Is so sale. Ollie's 550 spikes an liour, and 1,D00 feet of Nebraska, went Republican. closer than the New-Ker- n rtoe. Wooilrow WIImiii Much Willi Easy Payments Save $150.00 or Mera cable are provided, so that the crew predictions In 191 (J aro worth no Tlio rublle. Vi'c cklp dirctt to you from our factory, it You pay no cash down, but after 30. clays' more thai) those of Marse Henri In g of live men, three with the of trial, )ou can begin payment on the low; prices that on you upwards ot $160.00 in Me cost of your nlano. Vie cuarantce to furnish est. easiest terms ever suggested by a plants motors and two with tho 1908. to a better piano for the money than you can FOR FLETCHER'S ijcu elsewbvre. You are assured of receiving manufacturer. These terms itare arranged for is possible mlt your convenience, and screwing" machines, may work on a Kt'.auctory nrect toned durable high grade jou to buy a piano for your home, without Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 21. As RAILROAD KMIMiOYKKS f piano. 2,000 feet ot track without moving fl in....p; the money, ORGANIZE FOR HL'GHKS tho presidential entries whirl into aiarcri position. tho car from its original Olt.Vnii Ri:nvastlpa slayr-Krithe homo stretch of the Indiana po- IMC DROP IN KENTUCKYShould a train come along, tho car 2nd -- Hand Bargains Every Starck Tiano ' are Starck riayir-l'IanCORN AND TORACCO CROPS can be shifted to one side by means 800 railroad employes In Louisville litical derby the G. O. P. mount apWn have con' Un.ly en hand pmranteed for SS yean. the lient and mnt l.Mutl. a large number of ullghtly used !tii iuiranie n? m wt tha tul Jhver iU pears to havo gained several have organized a Hughes Club. This of a portable turntable, quickly planes of all of It our 15 years of plane and iOU win De market. Washington, Oct. 17. The eiperifnoe, and the repui tremendous standard rialrt tiken In exin the rnco for tho tape. There Is charter membership Inilghtcd with the many ex change for new Stsrtk Pianos tation of m clusive features of these I crop report of tho Department of mo denying dicates clear comprehension of the that Mr. Hughes has The follow. and rtKint!bIe piano house. wonderful instruments, and j j lne are a few esmplc btrgalnit will be pleased wtth the estimates WUI My niU(1 Kalncd Mcadlly sinco his nppearanco Agriculture, out Dr. IvIiik's New partisan purpose, the vicious ten-- j 50 Free Music very low prlc st v.hlch t Weber 5110.00 T the Hoosler State which, up to that this year's Kentucky corn crop at dency and tho Inadequacy of tho they can be securcJ. lWscoiery? Q Lessons 02.00 Stetnway 1 1 1,422.000 hushels as -) . . . . .. V Adanison hrw. They recognlzo tho . agalt 114.tln.e, was listed lu tho doubtful colPiano Booh Free , Chlckcring 90.03 To every purchaser of HID tlLOl IlllOIIVt Uti .AVIllfi a Smd tfKloy for our ntw Starch Tiancs, we ghe free umn I'nlrss there Is a sudden re- 000.000 last year. The Kentucky Discovery itself. Its a pleasant sweet fact that It Is of doubtful constitu ' Kimball 95.00 beautifully Illustrated piano In one of muric 195.00 Starck versal of form tho Republican pres- potato crop Is 'way 'below average, syrup, easy to take. It contains tho tionality, is temporaty In its scopo bnuk which elves you a the tst tnown nchools in Chlcapo. Thce !eons you larce amount of informaSend for our Utett complete of tho railidential nominee will gallop home being estimated at .'1,910,000 bushel3 medicines which years of experience and reaches only one-llft- h tion regarding piano, this can take in your own home, bushels last book road employees and those the very hy mall. This represents, .Second hand bargain lint. will interest and i g winner over Mr. Wilson by a plur- as against 0,110,000 havo proven best Tor Coughs and one year's free instruction. please you. Write today. year. ality of from 2C.000 to 40,000. wages. Colds. Those who havo used Dr. ones who receive the highest 1313 Starck CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO. Tho Kentucky agent of the lJurcau Tho gain In tho strength of Hughes King's New Discovery longast are Its They noto that for tho future the President urges compulsory arbitra- -' Is conceded by nil who aro closely of Crop Estimates reports the 'prob- best friends. Resides every bottle is associated with the. political trend In able acreage in hemp this year In guaranteed, ir you don't get satis- tion and insists that awards of arLast Indiana, and a number of reasons far Kentucky us 1:1,559 acres. faction you get your money back. bitration shall become the recorded, e this Increased strength may bo de- year the acreage was estimated to bo Ruy a bottfe, uso as directed. Keep .judgment of courts nnd euforciblc 4 7,291, and two years ago 1,075. Tho by court processes. They know thnt fined as follows: What Is left for Cough and Cold inFirst Practically all of tho many Bureau of the Census reported 1 Mr. Wilson by heredity and educa ncres grown In Kentucky, nnd surance. tion, not only opposes organized la orators both from this State and Im792 elsowhero lu the' United States bor but is In his mental concept op-- 1 ported from others, havo devoted Mwiton. Iost rrco and independent lamuch of their tlino to rapping the In 1009. The production for this "Pa, whero docs tho rain eoino posed to year lu Kentucky is 12.2G0.000 bor. Adanison net and pointing out whero . with 8,000,000 from?" tho railroad employes really wero pounds, compared ; "From tho clouds, my son." doublo-crossc- d believing that pounds In 19 IS. vWsuult Is Charged. Into j "And whero do tii.o clouds get Owensboro, Ky., Oct. 17. Paul law.' they had secured an eight-hoit?" Rail to Hnvuii Cold Hang On. young Gov Whitman, of Now York, and "It rises In tho form of vapor from Hunch, avicinity, farmer of the arrest, Lifetime experience with best of workmen, and can Don't let your cold liaug on, rack Is under Kunntor Wadsworth from tho samo ocean and the lakes und rivers."' arguments in t your system and become chronic tho charged with attempted assault of Htato, featured theso reference desired. Call me on Hartford give "Whero does it go after It falls on will Miss Wllllo Lois Arnold, the fourteen-their tour of Indiana. Tho result Is i when Dr. Boll's tho ground?" year-old daug&iter or Mr. and I Mill Co., 'phone, or address me at Hartford, Ky. 4 has mado ereat Inroads help you. It heals tho Inflammation, ii.m tinei. "Eventually it gets hack to tho lOOSOIlS tllO Mrs. M. C. Arnold, prominent citii.,. .!. nlrnn.l ..ml lnhnr vntn that BOOthCS tllO COUgh andeasier at onco, ocean." county. warrant previously wob considered solid for phlegm. You breatho "Well, why couldn't It stay In one zens of tho by Squtro Tho upon tlr Ttnll'a I'lnit.Tnr.TTnni'V Is n Inrn. was Issued Hite the Wilson. ""i1 live Tar Syrup, tho pine tar balsam 1,lac?,u" th" ,t',u" "",,1 "J0, I1" Led- - nllldavtt of tho father of the girl. Mexican lleconl Disliked. trouble?- "- Philadelphia mu- Young Bunch Is about twenty years Second Indiana is regarded ns heals tho raw spots, loosens tho Kt'r ot ago and comes from one ot tbo We Knock the Spots Out of Things very few States In tho eon? und prevents irritation of the one of tho get u bottlo best known families of Daviess counMiddle West which Is not healed up bronchial lubes. Just n When Vou Take Odd. today, ty. Both Bunch and the girl deny Buntlmont. 'As a mat- or Dr. Bell's with "peace" It guaranteed to help you. At drug- With tho average man a cold Is he Is guilty. ter or fact tho slogan of "ho kept us 1 n. serious ninttor and should not ho out of war" Is rarely heard, while on gists. KtlKS (iVllOI'Ul ICsi'ilK. trilled Willi, as some or tho most Flfty-flv- e Lea-sotypewriters. the other bund tho Mexlcuu situation Potrograd, Oct." 21. Unbounded Preueh Dry Cleaned ana Pressgd in a dangerous diseases start with a comIn the campaign FAMILY OP TUX AVKK1II oxplalned by Moving Picis a real llvo Issue Superior Maimer. Chuiuberlnln'tj enthusiasm has bo.cn aroused In the NKAKVV 'IX)X AM) HALV mon cold. Take ture machine. Sovoix tin Dehere. Perhaps this Is largely due Cough Homody und got rid of your pre and nmong tho public ho re by Send us your Garments and Have fornior Mexican Ampartments Shorthand, Booklo tho Hfforts of Them Hurtford City, Intl., Oct. 21. cold as aulokly iib possible. You are the clover escape from nu Auatrlan keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, bassador Henry Lano Wilson. His or this city, not experimenting when you uso thin military prlvon or Qen. Karnllolfk Wllholm, CLEANED CLEAN Miis;, Primary Normal. Exhomo Is at Indianapolis und ho ban Unrtholoniow lurgoet family In remedy, an It has been In uso for , .uiif of tho niont brllllaut of the Hue- pert teachers. loured tho Stato thruotit tulklng on olnlniB to havo tho Modern equip' rnckagos called for and delivered. ian nillltHry lendere. Tho Uanoral States). There aro four many ytmrc and bus an oBtnliliilmd ment. Mexico ami tho blunders tho prMitt tho United 1'oKltlon assured. boy, now fully matured, weigh re reputatlun. It ountulus no opium or j had been uouAned hi a yrieouur of THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB Administration ban wade. Write Ivr cuUlugua L'OO ovgry wur iu en Auetriau encampment for and 836 other iwrcotlc. ObUIimblo oueliu of formur pwtivtily ML. 376. Third Tha m t oi c than a year eer slme the f- -' A. lVn Null, l'rop. lmvv vo.rl.lge. wands. The four Birls weigh re- vhere f, itor Albert J. s . Daviess Co. Bus. rctrnut of He q. . irom .it1''' ,l ',,w, spectively 270, 275. 301 and 21". HAKTFOM), 1CBNTUCKV. em clrculalatl ' i' ( . till, :i .v.. irp'tlii.ii i . iln ;". Imt Will'' ll" .i ' fl ,,. ml HI.11 ' " UJlL!HM..J,H..i!." '" ,t w. .. ' .1 ,(i' st r i sl '" i'ii Mr. P' gi if i T to auw , 1' , 1 . bu .'. i(,llC ! I per yer. m m sji.ou 1.0 i .1 VrB u,u- i gg.isyiMaMBiMwayOTjrfajsWMr I'oir ptr cent or uie Piob'-cbS J. Reynotdi Tobacco Co., Wlnston-Salef- N. C. Copyright Starck Pianos "ty mm m big i. si.di I tf 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL -- Children Cry .CASTO RI A wood-borin- r M Becoad-har.- C- I'laver-Plano- to-da- y. Tlc Idi., e-- I THOS. E. MOSS Plasterer, ecorator and Contractor. an' '' ns : ur Mose-leyvll- lo Pine-Tar-Hon- t t ' Ladies' and Men's Garments 1 J ... '1 UuM-i-m- ' ' , 1 I iii i Children Ory i I . , CASTORSA ,. o, r ' 'N, should bo consistent In their convic- are not and ho should havo let it e tion nml vote for his main opponent no Known in mo ncginiung mat moy r John Haswcll. By merely not voting would bo given the opportunity I Port utile. lw at tml nccor.llng to tnatt.r olth to. ..cona for Johnson you are only doing half when American Ilfo.propcrty and vlr-- 1 irt. Ky., a. mall what you havo the power and the tue of our women were at stake. But right to do ta bring about his defeat. Wilson was busy keeping us out of Kdltor If Haswcll wlas It will be with tho war. illHinO.V J. HAKMETT Carranra, who was tho most un-- , J sunDort of a number of voters other J, . TINSLKY,. .llasincss Manager than Republican and should he be friendly of them all, to America, was to elected It will not be considered a recnirnlzed ns tho man able to cone AM res an eommunicauuus grea victory for tho Republican par- with the situation. The ColumbusN J Hartford Republican. ty. Rather, a victory for thb man. massacro and Carrlzal ambush came under the regime of the recognized NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Two splendid opportunities are pruvisiuuui i i I'siui'iii. uitu v iii.i Sabrrltrii diwlrlnn the t'lM,r wnt to ft nw coming for Republican rallies In Ohio and avenge this outrage shouted the tim miit kIv th old oildrr." In making county. Former Vice President Fair- American public when they heard luliru Loaatunail Xiitklepr lice nml Se banks will pass through Horse of the Columbus attack. Wilson r.irb .vlrlltloiml In.vrtlon. pvr line lor (jHanrlt, Herniation" nml Cnrd of Think c Branch, Beaver Dam, McIIenry and moved the eager troops Into Mexico voter prla, monej In mlmar rlrv ttrr. lint other Rockport Saturday. Every Hughes' i but an American rresmeiu was toni Ctarrb Notfe" lor who can do so should hear to move his troops in but ono direc. r Un. idvertlemmt one of these points. tion by Carranza and the American coMrainifciitlon. will rlT- - no running mate at Aoonjmoon Then comes Edwin P. Morrow to President obeyed. Villa Is still at tteatlon Hartford and McIIenry next Thurs- large and we are satisfied with the J day. Mr. Morrow Is a favorite Hvps nf n few of bis lowliest follow-- ! TSiSPHOlTEO. OTJLTQ"corlCLa.i. 1S3 among men of alt parties In this icrs. We couldn't go and capture j O -- .. ........ SSLX3aars county and he Is a wolcomo visitor the bandit for then Wilson couldn't at this time. If not possible to hear say that ho has kept us out of war. KKIDAV, Ot'TOHKK !I7. both of these distinguished orators blunders have Our diplomatic you should at least make arrange-ment- s gone far to make possible the plea to hear one or the other. that Wilson has kept us out of war. KLPUIILIC.W TICKET. the President let the world know Judging from his address hero In the beginning that he would do For President, Senator James depends upon tho what he said ho would do many CHARLES EVANS HUGHES. for times strained relations would have! J Grim Reaper as protection A short time ago we Installed a lemarka-bl- e You 1'or Vice President, American Industry after the Europe there machine In our Accounting Department FAIRBANKS. an war. He said we had nothing to been less strained because CHARLES WARREN Tho Burroughs will handle our figure would have beoii a greater regard J For Congress a machine which adds nnd subtracts, tells fear from foreign competition after for our rights and a greater respect j In about half the time formerly needed. This HASWELL. JR. JOHN P. the date, keeps our books and guts out the war because of the great loss of for our views. Men are only boys gives us more time for other things time to For County Attoeney, The grown tall; nations are but men In-- 1 countries. life to European monthly statements. It does all this work Improve the service In every department of D. KIRK. A. Senator overlooks tho fact there aro corporated. the bank. When an Individual lets much faster than any bookkeeper could, anil still enough men In the trenches and It bo known that violation of certain Co in ol n and see our machine bookkeeping; has never been known to make a mistake. We will he glad to show We notice Argentine Is shipping at home to operate a few factories. of his principles means a fight men S)stem In operation. woThe Installation of this Burroughs Bookyou how tho machine makori entries in onr are going to have more regard for corn Into the belt but we didn't know-tor- He also might have stated that men aro filling the places of men In those principles and the same Is true keeping Machine means that our nccounts books, how It automatically adds lu one tol-- u ever got that high up. Europe and will be even more capa- with nations. We have been forced will bo handled Just as rapidly and accuratein n, subtracts In another and so on and how ble after the war. There are many to back down time and again because J. Campbell Cantrill has You will hu It niakos mistakes Impossible. ly as those of the largest and most rulcountries whose Presidents, or earned the title as the oldest of our weak policy In tho beginning. welcome any time. banks In the country. ers, have "kept them out of war," In a controversy, when ono permits man born since the Civil War. Wo don't want you to think of this bank too, and we will need more protec- the other fellow to have his desires Just as a place to deposit your money, alout these tion than the corpse of a dead sol- and the other fellow is therefore sat.We prefer grinding though of courso wo are glad to have you hlngs to speaking before an audlenco dier after this war is over. isfied and doesn't fight does the first keep as large a balance with us as possible. The fact that our flguro work Is done on because while writing these we are party deserve so much credit for saca Burroughs is a guarantee to our customers It Is our desire to render our patrons every WILSON AND WAR. egg range. not within rificing his principles and keeping of absolute accuracy in the handling of service nnd accommodation that can he reasNever before in the history of tho himself out of war? onably expected from us. their accouns. Tho machine method of A man too proud to fight must al.-r-o (Jnlted States has the campaign of a The President has said that ho Is j ledger posting makes it Impossible for a misproud to run, so what Is candidate for Talk over your business problems with us. be too to the take to get past unnoticed. This accuracy It Is a part of our work to study business there to do but stand still and al- Presidency been based upon his hav- too proud to fight. Europe has heard j Insurance alone Is Important enough to you and financial conditions, and It may bt that ing kept the country out of war dur- and Europe has consequently acted J ternate between cheeks. nnd to us to justify the use of tho mawe can suggest some Ideas tliHt you will find ing his first term. But not satisfied about as she pleases. England has chine method, but there aro many other The past four years has been a with that cry this year Democrats taken upon herself the privilege of worth while. Please feul free to consult us continuous chain of strikes and now are saying that with a Republican as opening our mails between this- and at any time. other neutral rayntrles. Thrjseizc 1 the Baseball Players' Fraternity President war is sure to come. permit us to threatens to take a swing. Now just what has Mr. Wilson done our ships and refuse to ship the farmer's tobacco to manv to keep the country out of war and The fellow who wrote that little what war has he kept us out of? neutral countries. We are like tln'j In which he classified Kentucky poem only "bawls" When be took the oath of olllce the sissy school boy who politics the d est must have been a KY. only International trouble confront- when his marbles are taken from reader of the Louisville Evening ing the United States was with Mex- him. In the past we have asserted Tost. our demands havo j ico and our grievance was the possi- our rights anil been compiled with without resorting IX Congressman Ben Johnson's bility of battle along the border line. to war. When Pitney told France, speeches over the Fourth District We wanted to prevent the flying of "Millions for defense but not one have done no more toward his. re stray bullets into this country be- cent for tribute," there was no war. election than In Ohio county he might cause of possible injury to American There would have been war had FIVE SHIPS SUNK citizens. At that time the taking s well check in. complied nnd France of tho life of an American, native France not AND CRISIS NEAR knew It. The Episcopal Convention reTused born or naturalized, meant somewhole But the biggest fake of the to strike from the marriage ceremony thing. Mr. Taft had dispatched the word, "obey," so tho little woman troops to the border to protect the business Is, wo are ut war and have roust continue to step lively at hub- ( international line and at this stage been several times during the pres- NORWEGIAN RELATIONS WITH OERMANV THREATENED BEby's command, whether It be to as- Mr. Wilson ascended to the Presi- ent administration. Webster gives tho following definitions for war: sist him Ih locating the key hole at dency. CAUSE OF SEA POLICY. Huerta was provisional President "To make war; to invade or attack night or to "fetch" Ice water In tho or arms; of Mexico at this tlmo but had nev- a state or nation with force morning. er been recognized by the United to carry on hostilities, to be In a London, Oct. 25. Tho sinking by In his speech here last week Sena- States. Then came the Tampico In- state of coiltest by violence." Under tor James made the Matement that cident when several American ma- each of the above definitions we have German submarines of five more Northe farmers were running around rines were arrested by Huerta sol- been at war with Mexico. Wo were wegian steamships, valued at about with their pockets protruding with diers. The release of the marines at war with Mexico when wo Invaded 5,000,000 kroner, is reported lu an ngsnmlW IT money on account of Democratic pros- was demanded and compiled with. that country upon two occasions un- Exchange Telegraph V vm?vmXjr.ZS&rJv.- dispatch from ISS33SS H2&33! o vfifftKg perity. So far we have not been in- Admiral Mayo felt that the'ilag had der the Wilson administration. We were at war when wo attacked and Chrlstlauia. by having to walk been Insulted and demanded that convenienced Shipping shares dropped consideraround any Ohio county farmer's pro- a salute be fired by Mexico. Presi- captured Vera Cruz. We were at truding pocket. dent Wilson backed up the Admiral war when we engaged tho Mexican ably on tho Chrlstlanm Exchange toWe havo men on day. In the diplomatic troops nt Carrlzal. in this demand. In big typo across the top of the I'jualible that followed the adminls-t'atlo- n Mexican soil right now and we have Tho steamors Allx and Rising and front page tho Louisville Post the schooner Theodore, together with statesmen came out second accomplished nothing. eays, "Peace with Wilson, War with Thoroughly Endorsed by This Store Antoinette The thinking man should only re- tho Swidish schooners bst In the eyos of the world. Pros Hughes; November 7 Is the Day to ident Wilson ordered Admiral Fletch- view tho situation when Impressed and Heuriette, are among the latest You'll find these popular silks exquisite, soft and We'll take Hughe. per er to take Vera Cruz. The capture with the plea that VIIson has kept submarine victims, adds the disChoose." delightfully attractive. ectly satisfied that there will bo no was effected after cantiouadlng by us out of war, and If war with a coun- patch. The wonderful richness and durability of Bclding's war under his administration If it the United States battleships and the try across the water comes within The Tldens Ttjgn of Christian! Silk Fabrics arc due to the fact that they arc made can possibly be averted with honor loss of eighteen American murines. the next four years we' must have a states that oi)o boat wltlt six men of the finest Italian long-fibr- e silks, and dyed with and dignity to the nation. We will Imagine yourself the father, the President who is nut too proud to from tho Norwegian steamor Ravin, chemically pure dyes. Just compare them with any also take peace, peace to the smould- brother or some other near relative fight. reported sunk by n German submaother silks at the same prices und note the superiority ering ahhes of Woodrow Wilson's or friend of one of those dead ma rine In the Arctic on October 2, has of Bclding's. Presidential aspirations for a second rines. Would you havo much pa MR. LEVI WILSON DIES WAS been lost, while another boat with We carry Belding's Lining Silks, Petticoat Silks term. men on board reached a loneKOCH SCORE AND THREE eleveu tience with the cry that Wilson has and their wonderful array of Dress Silk. All guaranly part of the Russian Murman coast, kept us out of war? Secretary of War Daniels recently teed by the manufacturer to give satisfactory wear. Now, thought America and tho "Uncle" Levi Wilson, an old and ufter drifting thirteen bourn. made the statement that the men of Come in and sec them. News agency reports from CopenWashington's army were no better world, Wilson will clean up Mexi highly respected citizen of Ohio coun- hagen through London last night reu slablo form ty, died at his home near Prcntls co and than Mexican bandits. A storm of of government for our neighbor re last Thursday, Oct. 19, of ailments ported that sensational rumors were protest has arisen from patriotic current regarding tho rolatlons beIn a duo to his advanced age. all over the country and If public. Vera Cruz was found deplorable sanitary condition and Funeral servlceH were conducted tween Norway and Germany. Ger"Washington could have heard lie mmmmmmmmmmmm$mBmmmmm9-was given a thorough cleansing by by Rev. B. W. Napier at the Prcntls man submarines were declared to be would hnve crossed three frozen waging a persistent war on Norweget at the man who said Admiral Fletcher. Tho city was church, after which the remains were gian shipping, to and one account stated length of Interred In the Prcntls Cemetery and a considerable It. The Wilson spokesman's slur at held for that five German submarines had esgave us liberty will not time but Wilson decided to mediate by tho side of his wife, who died in the men who tablished a regular blockade of tho bring many votes to tho Democratic with tho government he had never 1899. Norwoglan coast. Tho roply to Gerrecognized as a government. Tho was born lu TennesMr. Wilson ranks. Mexican factions were Invited to take see, nt Grove, Coffee county, on Aug- many's protest against Norway's Joint com- part and the A. B. C. conference fol- ust tho 20(li, 1883 and therefore was stand with regard to submarines in The Mexican-America- n Norwegian waters was still under beyond tho age of S3. been In session for sav- lowed. mission has discussion, tho advices added, but It Vera Cruz was evacuated and tho The deceased became Idontlfled ors! weeks und they propobo now to was said that tho Norwegian governmovo to Washington where record demand that the Stars and Stripes with the Methodist church ut an earbe (tainted was forgotten. Thus were ly ago nnd was murrled to Miss .Mary ment organ, in reforrlng to tho relawill be more handy. This commistions between Norway and Germany, sion, as wo understand It, was ap- wo lu war and out of wur without ac- - Jouos on September 13, 1852. To complifihlug anything whatever with lliem vuro born ton children, Georgo declared It might bo assumed that pointed chlofly for tho purpose of agreeing on a plan of bordur control. thu e.xeuptlon of cleaning up Vera V., H. V., J. B Judge Jno. ., 8. tho Germun prntoot was o couched ns not to ulWhat tlil coiiunlwloii has been dlllv Cruz and If our occupation of that M.. B.. H. N.. A. .V J. W. and II. A; timatum. bear tho aharuuter of un dallying over for these many dajb city uu.. a blaming would It nut Imvo Wllsiin ami Mm. L. M. Roaoli. '0-- e ! Mr. WlUnn wist his lot with tho , should have been settled long ago. been a Moaning and a greater ono In ('mint? Courl. within a year or two the bad wo oleanoil tho whole repub- people or thia oounty In the year Probably Air. Jamea UhsmII, aged (0 years, isr2, wttlHiK upon tbe farm upoa Will tKV0 KJIHtrthlHg to lic? fiommlkHlOM MeamarJiUo under tbo "watchful wbiob be diod and upon vlikh be was tried in County Court ou the lueanwhle Una Arlug o' jkitgouiieo, waiting" polley American women resided during all of Uioue year. 23rd., and adjudged ,i j, i ,n of unn alMM. and across, the border. woro bolag raped and men. women Wblto tbo deeoaeod had gone eonald sound mind anil was Miun nt. rutbleaaly murdered erably beyond tho allotted time f we western Kentucky Asylum IMBOcrr.ts who desire to see Job,u-M- S and ohlldren sjofeated for Congress should not and auwlo hovoleaa. If tbo Presi- three More and tea, yet tho ooauMMt-It- y tbe Insane. C W. Loach cuallfled on the ft content with scratching blan but dent of tbo United ftatee regret to five him up and ha win tb I too r u iiyiaeu lUUIi Ul Til' v i. erna.i , wi CJ. jru.'J i ' .' ' 'h' vm '. Hartford Republican. ..,.. I 2fr , I j t t i ... i How a Machine Does Our Bookkeeping Better Service to - ' j i i Insures Accuracy 4-- X i j j t i BANK OF HARTFORD, HARTFORD, v. ' . . coeioinas jsrr ijmr - "T" Del-ewar- es 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. i See our line of Crepe de Chines at $1.25 and $1.50. CARS ON & CO. Incorporated u HARTFORD, KY. v fa Your Attention, Ladies Wo want overy lady in Ohio county to know that wo arc prepared to supply your Bpecial wants in Mr. Lem Mcllenry and son, Cecil, of Louisville, mndo n short visit to ANCIENT GRAVE friends and relatives hero 'Sunday. Messrs. S. T. Harnett and E. l NEAR HARTFORD Monro attainted tho draud Lodge Mooting of tho Knights of Pythias at Bowling Green Tuesday nnd Wednesday as delegates from Hough Hlv-e- r OHIO COUNTIAN FINDS MAW OV Lodge No. 110. IK HUMAN ItONKH IIUIIIB WO CM). Ed Morrow will speak In Hartford Thursday, November 2 nnd at Mcllenry that night. Mr. Morrow is one of the greatest orators Kentucky WITH STONES has ever produced and his address- WALLED es are always Interesting. iwrWww wwMWWtxifiMm LADIES' CLOAKS You may be feeling the need o CloaJks, Co&wt Suits,' Etc. 1 Waists in all tho leading fabrics. Skirts in the newest Coats and Coat materials. Suits in various weaves. Our merchandise was bought before the big advance, hence A Mrs. F L. Fellvwlio recently un derwent nn operation In Louisville, returned from tho Falls City Wednesday. Sho was accompanied by her son, Mr. Douglas Felix, of Wash-iliglnn, I), v., who win spend uuuui a month with his parents here. Dr. J. Boss nonnctt, formerly of Hnrtford, but who has been located In Grccnvlllo for several months, has bought tho practlco of Dr. Horace Pendleton at Williams Mines and moved there with his family Tuesday. Dr. Pendleton will locate In Florida, probably next month. J it Wns Well Constructs! Hal ffedlcs I'roHilM-unu" Vio l'llcl a Cloak for yourself or some other member of your family. We Believed Indian. are well prepared to fit you: fedlncote Cottuae "SSft vlrSA Vc5r,,NrBfbfr",e t.n "a" cu'i" i J " nt. nrinH slightly above , last season's ..... ,.n.. Diinnlv u ! 20-butt- Ladies' Boots In patent or dull finish kid, with Louis heel, top. City prices $5 and $0 our price $..50. Would it not bo wise to buy at homo? I Mrs. Henry Crumbaugh, mother of Mrs. Lena Mount, who lives In Hartford, died nt her home In Frankfort last week, after a stroke of paralysis lasting a week. Mrs. Mount was in Frankfort when her mother died. Mrs. Crumbaugh was a lady of considerable prominence In the Capital City and leaves a large family. .X Hartford Republican. v5" "' News of the marriage of Hoy R. Heavrln to Mis'? Anna Ellin Trav- 'crs, of Golden Hill, Mil., hns been here. Mr. received by relatives ' i Heavrln, who Is a former Hnrtford boy, Is now an employe In the War The Black Cat Hosiery and the Monarch UnderThe at Washington. Department wear are in a class to themselves. None like them for marriage took place In tho Baptist church nt AlitNcndrln, Va." Mr. Henv- wear, style or durability. rln Is a brother to Mr. ML L. Heavrln, of Hartford. i The Ohio County Fiscal Court with Don't forgot that wo are prepared to supply your 'county Judge John B. Wilson, presiding, and Justices Taylor, Smith, special needs in Millinery, and other things that are Leach, Shown, KIco, TIchenor and essential for your winter necessities, and remember Fulkerson present, with W. S. Dean PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT 'absent and County Attorney C M. that IT j Crowe, also present, met In special SAVES YOU MONEY. session on the 23rd. The only bus-- I Iness transacted was the borrowing 'of $5,000.00 for tho purpose of pay ing current expenses, &c. Messrs. Nat Lindloy anjl L. E. Matanzas; County Agent Brow- ,lr. Ilnrlfiinl nilll .1. Rills MltCllClI. Dundee, visited the stock farm of W. i It. Moorman and Sons. Glendean, Breckinridge county, Wednesday for the nurpoM) of inspecting their herd Judge C. W. Wells and B. J. Payne, of Polo Durham cattle, with the vlow of Owensboro, were hero several days of purchasing for breeding purposes. this week on legal business. Mr. Lindloy bought a very line young KIIIOAV, OCTOUKK U7. The fan7ny"ofMr. MTW. Barnard bull and will likely purchase a cou-pl- o of heifers later on. will leave hero next Tuesday for TIMK TAULK.Aila, Okla., where they will make ST. I.. It. K. L., II. Mr. S. P. McKenney. - of Beaver No. 113 duo nt Ellm ten 8:32 p. m. tneir tuture noma Dam. met with a painful acident L. Slmmerman and Wednesday wheU the buggy in which Judge Il.IJ.-No. 110 duo at Ellinttch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m. daughter, Miss Wlnne Davis he was riding overturned on Berry- 5:35 p.m. were in Louisville, from man hill about five miles below Hart Ar. Irvingtun Lv. Irvlngton .. G:GG p.m. Friday until Tuesday. ford throwing him to the ground and The Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. Kalrbanks'at HorseI.ranch, Beav- breaking a bono In his foot. STRAY STREAKS. No. Ill Lv. Louisville .. 8:35 a.m. er Dam. Mcllenry and Uoekport Sat- horso wns also thrown and for somc- (By Fluke McFluke.) Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m. urday. Don't fail to see and hear tlmo ho and his master lay helpless upon tho ground. Mr. McKenney's Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. this distinguished visitor. 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch of Greer, cries for assistance were dually heard Mr. JolijTW.Marl.87 'Some whore M., II. & K. K. H. TIS1C TAIHiK. South Carolina, arrived Monday for and he was taken to his homo When I knead dough my wife raisattended to tho broken South Bound, No. 115 hfcS mother and Dr. Ford ti week's visit with S:45 a. m. heel. He was resting easily yester es it. Due at Hartford other relatives In Hartford. day afternoon. North Bound, No. Ill A friend of ours, an Englishman Mr. W. A. Baird, of Owensboro, . 5:55 p. n. Due nt Hnrtford by extraction, who had Just returned was In Hartford and oilier points in OltMKK IIAUTFOKI) BOY (Both "Mixed TraiuB.) Ohio county thi3 week in tho InterWEDS SOUTIII.It.V OIW. from Louisville the other day dropped Into the office and tried to tell us est of the Kopublicnn ticket. Vorna H. P. Taylor received a tele- Just how big Col. Hoosovelt was, says Miss Jlr. Mrs. VS. Carson, and gram Monday announcing tho mar he. I shay ee's not lessen shnine Duke, Messrs. It. I). Walker high an no blgger'n me. The fellow personal News Cecil Felix, city, went to Louisville rlauo of his son, John P. Taylor, to his colud stiff lips Miss Mario Cook, of VIcksburg. Miss. after warming last Saturday, returning Sunday. Social Eu'enk Mr. Taylor Is employed by the Illi- passed out and on up toward the and Tho funeral of May D. Otto will be nois Central Hallroad Company as church on his way home. preached nt Hosine Baptist Church, draftsman In the offices at Chicago Hoslne, Ky., on Sunday, Nov. 12, "Jumping; Feneo PoM." and was ..tarried whilo on his vaca1U1C, by Ilev. J. A. Collard, pastor. Alec Porter, otherwise known as llov. J. A. Cheek, Kordsvllle, wns tion. Tho wedding ceremony wan Mrs. Estill Thomas and Mrs. Eck solemnized at tho plantation home "Shorty" came up town tho other in town yesterday. Hudson will leavo today for Steu- - of tho bride's parents, Dr. and Mrs. morning with one eye all bunged up lrTr"Smltlir"ofKorlBvHlo, Mrs. Ibenvllle, Ohio, where they will Join Edward It. Cook, near VIcksburg. and Ills mug lacerated both cross anil was hero yesterday. husbands, who have positions Hov. T. M. Holleman, of the Meth- length wise. Wo sympathetically Mrs. M." L.Hoavrln Is visiting rel- their axed Alec who did it, and he saya as In that city. odist church, officiating. atives in Louisville. Tho announcement of tho wedding how he met a bunch of wobbly fence Mrs. S.M. Maddox, Beaver Dam, Mayor J. O. Ilor nm'do u business u surprise to Mr. and Mrs. posts going homo (Guess ho meant land Mrs. W. 0. Blankenship, Hnrt canio usas well ns to the groom's ns ho was going homo) last night, 1. 1.. ... i milavllln this week. Taylor In ford, went to Owensboro Wednesday. For friends hero. Tho young couple made which was tho night before the mornat this office off Mrs. Maddox was In Owensboro to a short visit to their parents Tues- ing after, and In trying to dodge Rood repair. Apply nnnoilH nil nPPIIIISL. v day but left here tho same night to some of thoso drotted posts another Mrs. S. O. Keown wont to Louis- ran into him knocking him down, Mr. J. C. Berry returned to Owens continue, tho Journey to Chicago. to consult an eye. special vlllu y boro Monday after a visit with Mr. talking to a representative which by tho way damnged-S-horty- 's While ist. Berof Tho Kepublican over tho telephone looks somewhat. and lot in Hart- nnd Mrs. W. B. Bender. Mrs. For KaUV-Houry acumpanled her liusbnnd on his during his short stay In Hartford, ford. Cheap nt $350. Apply at this romnin several Mr. Taylor explained that ho perWe received a letter slnco our last VM visit hero and olllco. days longer. one day and mar- issue on tho top of which was a dead suaded tho brldo AttotneyTleir 1)7 Itlugo.of Owensand man, some bones and thlngH and for Loans wanted In Muhlenberg, Mc- ried the next, fearing to delay, boro, was hero on legal business yesno tluio to notify Ills signature thore was a pen picture of Lean, Daviess, Webster, Butler and therefore had terday. .1 ulco fnt possum followed by n huns real friends. ntufJohn Esk- - Ohio counties on good ter. We jdiuwcd the thing to the of- Messrs. Lodo' Oiler for 5 years. ridgo, of Fordsville, wore tu town estate tlco devil and lie said he spected we ".Si.ulio" Tnjlor Dead. W. H. PARKS, yesterday. Squire L. Taylor, ugod SO, joughtor turn It over to tho County Mr. Hartford. Ky. COtf dlod nt his homo near Wostorflold, jj.tirnor und Health Officer, so's they Mr. nnrtMr8.w" Brown spout W. T. Woodward colt, sort of luquest or Mr. and Mrs. could unlay and Sunday with Mrs. K. l.ititod their nolileii wadding nnnl- - thl county, on Inat Sunday, Oct. 22. ' autopgyhold Homo or something or of troubles arising from his very old city Hudson, Mmi-iAMr. and Mrs. llr- A', ....-- ' of tho sort tu hu what tho man died ago. Mr. Frud ItoliarteeH. l Barlingum. .jMt WoodwuF(j 0f Hwiileraou. who Fmiarul turvloee wera oouduotod uv. tyrrlvwl laet night for u euort vtalt cam- - tQ lzrtfor.i for the occasion, by Ilev. Clark at Ilall'a Kttn church, will, all parent. Says Doc Riley to Doe TleheBpr, I returned Tu siUy. at tor which burial took place at Uno, , ,,,. .v),r , church Cemetery (, or a,,,!,.,, uUas thought that dead dogs, li'e balm horn ri 'vire. rrnim The little h(n(. CU I. hi. 15 ' .n , hi 'i "r T.ilor w Mm on In--'!' ii'ne- - i lend iuliuui. : n,. i no taiK And yi't 'rim.u I111 wrtk 'lua a',,,r onr In v, i ' ' ' r I, lie In .( li .. , '' 1!7 Mid th I1 bite pt,vStii uaobar - .11 , H ' h, wi li' j Mar ao4 ple&se retarn to tna at McHurjr aoi ,, yw, s i,. ,.r !...! of Ua aau i.i aai aart i n, ., lo walk iriluwo v : 'j coyry. ir.ijrii Ky. H !T"r ford, or IIjrt.o Hosiery and Underwear Millinery I Jk(9b, .. ... Ev-erl- y, n, While excavating for stone to lie f a new used In the foundation house which he is going to build nearby, Mr. Barrett Ilussell, who lives four miles East of Hartford, discovered a pit In which were deposited the bones of about fifteen bodies. The gravo was walled with stono and showed that' great pains' had been taken In its construction. Tho bones were In a good state of preservation and wwe examined carefully by Mr. Ilussell. It seems, however, that little care was taken in depositing them In their resting place vas some of the skeletons were lying across the oies beneath them. In tho mass was found tho skull of an infant. Tho second teeth were in the act of pushing the first set from their scat, which fact indicates that the child was from five to six years old. There were remains of other infants but most of the skeletons apparently belonged to adults. The remarkable discovery of Mr. Kusscll, it seems, is not generally known as yet, but In tho immediate vicinity where the .lew's' has spread there is much speculation as to what race the people burled la the mound belonged. Because of the fact that tho grave was found on a slight mound some believed It a burying' place of the ancient Mound Builders. Others believe the bodies were buried by Indians, and recall the vls-'- lt to this section of an old Indian a year or two ago as their proof. The Indian came to the neighborhood where the grave was found In search of au old Indian burying ground. He made Inquiries of several citizens living nearby and produced n map of the section in which the grave was supposed to be located. He stayed here several days but his search was ft failure and ho was forced to give iip the hopes of finding tho resting place of his kinsmen. This theory is the most plausible and it Is likely that there are other graves In the vicinity. It was entirely by accident that this pit was for had Mr. Bussell not been seeking the large stones covering the gravo Its existence would never have been known. a hu-m- up in the Cloak you need. The styles of our Cloaks are the very best. The fabrics are attractive latest patterns and dependable qualities. Everything about our 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 purchases 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. ikit iaBinMnaAiaji'iiiL'.ya..ti m rAhttmAimt lilil JF ; A Card to Owners of Rural Telephone Lines Help-Mute- ." t t - ... We are anxious to see that all lines owned fctyi other parties and connected with us are kept in. sack condition as to furnish efficient service. Where the owners of rural lines are responsible for their upfceep, with them. we want to All lines require a thorough overeaulfng: aces- sionally if the best service is to be obtained. We recommend that every line connected with ns be overhauled at least once a year, and that at least one experienced telephone man assist in this work- - The cost of this work when divided among all thepatrous of the line, makes the amount paid by each, man small, and this cost will be more than offset by the improved service. fft If the owners of rural telephone lines in this section are experiencing trouble with their service, we will appreciate their talking the matter over witltour. Manager or writing us fully. We will gladly do what we can toward helping you improve the condition of your line. co-operate CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED mSr N5?g , BOX 119, OWENSUQRO, KY. loni. tlmo watt Judgo Wedding and tho proper spirit toward uar Wo carried homo 6 or 8 pousits Uuiiho Martin trying to vldo In the huERy, nt tho tanui time and on of meat yesterday aud immisi!5y fiauio sho condescended to coui out vjuci tho same seat. tho streets with us in hrwi Sny light. lleforo we utarted writing this wo formulated and reduced-t- o stuff havo lite tcist Kvery tlmo writluK an apology to all whoso appear In this column weather, tit for fishing we havoabiutft iinnioB should and wo again repeat, If wo horohy and three timos as much work to da ar. herein any anything for which wo on tho cold had day. It bwlfla k are gorry wo nro oxtromoly glad of j tu llko that uuo who would, vcHai it. If wo intentionally pay auythlaK Uitt) warm nice dttya and Mian that hnrta your feallntsH it wan by ac- - a fellow luorfwork than hu m rnKt eldent and whllo tryina U avoid- do- - rid of te a very poor tlaFierai.it. .mm lag tulntis of that Mirt we will take. Walt. in repeating at the Brut op-- 1 leaaur atr- Our Morn's .ire our cf'- "Woman it. a little - w .oluiilty tin; .ul' n1 r fc." ilLaintod vuti -, to-da- hu ilrbt-clas- post-morte- 1 - ....-..i- v. I . I i , ' 9ttn '' I 1 1 iui. u .., ii M ii ki i ion Our tii .( .m! 'I'm-m- i N"- - 1 tfa a- -' i i alatant .... ( )' I "T many of tho oldor faces of oth- - Cals. Take outdoor exercise dally and your complexion will be greatly er years. Topographically tho old town was improved within a few months. Try m vnckanged, barring its modest llttlo it. Obtainable everywhere. railroad that has come sinco my day. llcjil lly Color's Aid. A good sprinkling of new residences; II. Kemp Prosser, who designed a few stores and most notably, the new school building, together with the two interiors in the French play tbe dlsappoaranco of two old mills "Labergettc" at tho Gajrlck Theater and tho appearance of two new ones thinks persons who wish to retain differently located, were among the their vitality and normality In war changes noted. The ono time "jock- tlmo should avoid certain colors. ey lot" near the bridge had been "Cardinal red," he said, "Is the supplanted by shops and residences. symbol of murder, hate and cruelty. But takon as a whole the town wore Sago green means vileness and brown a familiar ntr. Tiie town pump In decay. "Lemon yellow, on the other hand, front of the court house remained as of the years gone by, a popular place. suggests to persons who are sensitive Even tho group of old chairs on the to color Influence, light ntid life. Thnt corner near the hotel, where men i3 why I suggest this color should gather as of old, to exchange th dominate color schemes In hospitals news and gossip of tho day, were and homes for wounded soldiers. nut the occupants of the "In my rest room at Cholsea for Etlll there, ohalrs and curb stones were chang- soldiers the symbolical colors used were lemon yellow, mauve, sapphiro, ed. A golden piano A few of the old familiar names turquoise and blue. but their faces showed, was draped with a lemon yellow curremained the march of the years bad worn tain, on which were embroidered a wrinkles into the features and tho dove bearing tho emblem of peace, an Egyptian symbol expressing the steps faltered as they walked. the counters were new faces Keys of Life and a white rose, emand as I walked along the streets blem of power and silence. Beautiful tho colors blue, such remarks were heard, as "who lamps repeated London corIs that old man going down the mauve and turquoise. thought, respondent New York Herald. street." Old man Indeed, I recalled the story of Rip Van Winkle, who awoke from a twenty "LIVE ALONE," ADVICE TO NEWLY M.KIUi:i) years sleep. His beard had grown long and his gray locks hid his face Slous City, Iowa, Oct. 21. Tho folfrom view. His old gun was rusted lowing advice to newly married coufrom long neglect anil the stock had decayed and fell to pieces when he ples Is given by Foster G. Iddlngs, swayed to shoulder it. What did It Sioux City Police Court Judge: "There's no house big enough to all mean? Ho would Hurry home and ask Grotchen, bis patient frow, shelter two families. Is not a "To much mother-in-lato explain it to his bewildered mind. Sood thing for young couples. forBut alas, Grotchen was gone and has the "Too much father-in-lagotten. same effect. Thus I felt Isolated. Gray haired "A wife should leave her husband men greeted me by my first name. to visit relatives at least two weeks So long since I had been called "Warevery year. On her return shc apren" tliat I was in doubt as to who preciates him better. was addressed at first. I could count "A husband should leave his wife on my fingers those I had known In at least two weeks each year. Ho the town In my day of'young man- appreciates her more when ho rehood: John and Pete Thomas, Llge turns. Williams, Capt. Cox, .Jim Ford, these "A young couple's place Is by themof the older set; with a sprinkling of selves. Their battles are their the younger set, not over a half doz- own. en remain. "He's dead. He lives "Welcome your relatives as comla California or Texas, or Arkansas, pany, but don't permit more than or Oklahoma, or Illinois" scattered one to come at a time." to the four corners of the land, are m many of those I knew as boys in my Cocoanut Custard. tlmo. Ono quart milk, 2 tublospoonfuls So I hied to the country to seek cornstarch, 1 cup cocoanut, 2 eggs, surviving relatives, and friends. 1 4 tablespoonfuls sugar, vanilla. met some who hud been pupils of Uso a small amount of the milk to mine In the country school of fifty dissolve the cornstarch and put the j ears ago, and they introduced me to rost on tho fire In a double kettle. their grown up children and grand When a film settlos over tho milk As I pasbod the farms of children. stir in tho starch mixture and let It iny boyhood days, I recognized tho cook until it thickens aguiu, stirring hills and Holds, but tho houses have constantly. Iteniovc ami beat well. And boon multiplied and changed. When the custard begins to cool, flatho old farms have been cut up Into vor with vanilla and beat in the cosoiullcr holdings. A Servo with cream. coanut. Tho "fiats," where roamed the somi-wil- d spoonful of strawborry jam added to hogb and whore I hunted squireach cup whoh ready to sorve somerels, coons, and nuts have boon clear- times improves this dessert. ed and ditched, and are now corn -- e fields and meadows. Tho rouds have Oppose .Ulauisiiu Law. been Improved, but still lacking in Duluth, Minn., Oct. 21. Petitions the essential element of permanenco against the Adamson eight-holaw macadam. Hut these changes will in Its present form are being signed come, no doubt, as time goes by. horo and on tho Iron ranges by 80 I found telephones in tho most per cent of tho railroad employes farm houses and organs or pia- not Included In tho law. Tho railAnd nos in the company rooms. road men not members of the four screuns covered the doors and win- brotherhoods are circulating tho pedows, and tooth picks on the ta- titions, which aro expected to bo j bles all unheard of Innovations in mailed to President Wilson within my days In that country. Truly the ten days. Railroad men ask an ad-- 1 march of progress hud surely found justment of tho law, declaring In tho Its way Into Ohio county. I can but petitions thnt It Is "unfair and that conjecturo what will happen thero It does not bottle tho vital question t In the next forty years. of wages and hours." Whllo much progress bus been roado, thero aro a few things yet to co mo to past), before tho Ideal farm life will bo attained. To some of ' thoeo I will call attention In a sub- -' For Infants and Children tje'lHent hitter. Ue-hlw w m ur to tho black fine this harbor was their r.VKUY ENGLISH YOUTH MUST OO INTO SERVICE headquarters. Behind Its outer hills RIP VAN WINKLE tho plrnto craft found shelter from man- IS. Tho Oct. London, the open so, and woro screened from power board has reached tho con- the sight of passing ships until tho moment ennfe to pounce- down upon 'elusion, according to tho TIiium, Ed. Note This Is the first of a them. In more- recent times It has that every young man In tho connpcrles of articles liy Mr. Wurrcn a. played the role of safo harbor for try must bo definitely placed In the Tho Times says Denton, of Cincinnati, Ohio, but for- tho thousands of vessels bound from tmiionnl service. merly of Ohio county. Mr. Ilcnton Kuropo to Panama and surrounding t lint It Is probablo that tho board recently vlsltiti tho scone of his boy- territory, or vice vorso. With n free will recommend before long that hood days n il In these articles he port whero repairs, ships' stores ami nil men under a cortnln ago must be ' gives us his views of Ohio county coal might bo had, upon which thero put at the disposal of tho military In former years nnd fs had been no levy of tariff duties, the authorities or tho ministry of inn- as It wns No 1 of shipping world found tho harbor of nlllous. now, contrasting conditions. I ord Wlmborno, lord liotitunnii the scries follows: Charlotte Amallo nn attractive way of many years station on most of the Cnrrlbbean of Ireland, has Informed the gov- After an nbscuco ' erntunnt thnt conscription In Ire I recently arrived nt Hartford routes. lajut Is neither feasible nor prudent ... ,iK in lm liiiino nf mv cllild- o at present, nccordlng to the Dublin 1'or n Muddy Complexion. hood. 1 expected to find many of thCT changed and especial Take Chamberlain's Tablets and political corespondent of tho Bal'y old'landmarks The lord lloutonant's opin- News. Jy to meet many now, as well ns to adopt a diet of vegetables and j - -- . cer-kI- ss ion hns been concurred In by Henry day." -- L. Edwnrd Duke, chief secretary of ' Ireland, nnd tho military authoriTlie Towlialan it rtlincu, Its exceland restful. ties of Dublin. FOR FLETCHER'S lent location on Pennsylvania Lord Wlmborno Is said to have Avenue, 18th. and It Strectl, I makes it a desirable headquarreported tnltt tho Irish Nationalists ter (or InJcl couple, tourlit oe parties, conventions, Schools and were loyal, but they claim thnt IreSTVHCMEXT colleges. land should be treated on the basis The Powhatan attracts "the Of tho ownership, management, of tho colonies In the matter of mil- 'circulation, people ol culture and education. etc, required by the net Its proximity to State, War and itary service. . Navy Departments, also to man? of August 24, 1912, of Hartford Ke- interest, ol historical points makes this hntct especially at i uan'"'""An Awful Waste. tractive to a discriminating pub- rn.-,ioc,.M .rfni nu.ti..rrd. Ky.. for October 1. 1010, The Powhatan cITert rooms' Insurgent, "your Editor, Al J. Harnett. Hartford, Ky ; er to her "ith detached bath at $1.30. ; Business ManManaging Editor, $2.08 and up Rooms with priI'ncle Edward will bo here for din- ager, W. S. Tlnsley, vate bath, 2 SO, 13.00 and up. Hartford, Ky ; ner today. Be sure to wasli your Write for toollct irh mpj Publisher, estate of C. M Harnett, face nnd hands before coming to the CLIFFORD M LEWIS.. deceased. Owners Estnte of C M y.a .wgcr. tnble." (Tho Business "Yes, mother," hesitatingly; " mit Harnett, deceased. ll Malinger, W. S. Tlnsley, is also ad ' h i i r t t i -m r but suppose he doesn't como?" iT.ti'iifn.f,;., ' : i lu. jJU-J- -J miulstrator of said C. M. Burnett's -t estate.) Known bondholders, mortWilling To Oblige. gages and other security holders, Collector Say, I'd like to know holding 1 per cent of more of total when you are going to settle this litmortgages. ' or tle bill. I can't afford to come amount of bonds, Mergcnthalcr Linother securities: J around here every day In the week. otype H)K0 r? Co., N. Y., N. Y.; Bank of B 1 Slowpay Oh, you can't eh? Then r liureta VI (.' ' HIIUP a 1 , Hartford, Hartford, Ky. B h what day win It be convenient for I, S W. S. TINSLHY, Adtur. & Mgr. you to call? L Sworn to and subscribed before N j" Collector How will Monday suit? me this 12th day of October, 101G. 1 MJ .' Slowpay Suits me all right. Then ! 9 j y B. B. BILEY, you may call every Monday here afNotary Public, Ohio County, Ky ter. My commission expires January I tewessafw,. rsr After tho first week tho Investment paid. As fast ns possible other stands wofo opened In other hot towns, all of them nt a safo distance from tho cool brooso of tho ocean ' "Although tho wheel chair sMlt holds liltu cnptlvo, and even writing in almost an Impossibility, every de- mil of Mip huMuesB Is under tho Im- mediate direction of tho owner At his headquarters in Los Angeles he receives minute dally reports from the men In clmrgo of the stands Hr is tho mind, tho energy and the en thusiitsm of the enterprise, and nl- though never scon by either his em- ployon or tho public ho is serving his porsonnllty is felt by both After threo years this man Is iu a fair wa to renllzo his original aim of making this chain of little stnnda pay him a cloar income of a hundred dollars a i MTTOI HOTEL I nTl POWMM .WASHINGW Otto" C. "Marti Attorney at Law IIAIttTOKD, KY. praotlco hU profession iiiiosmK. nnd adjoining counts. and Criminal Practic a Spo 'laity, Will D.C. !L0r AMERICAN )ut.v It ll. first la the I DCAL5 t w i miuneM, Ur hi:htiiatton OTTOt' M llnrlfnnl, rT In a city where good hotcW abound, th Powhatan heads the countrymen, hearts,.! lt STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoya at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profession In thl and djolnlng cousttlcB. Collection Commercial and Criminal Practice Prompt and vlgoroui Specialty. son ice Notary In office. TvSAn T AJjJIWVf.ipii Oliildren Cry CASTO R A i- Issil i;:::;i;Tijjiii 0.ETAYL0R.C.E j Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. I ., nr :dr. o. I e hart VlTIRINARY SURGEON HEAVEIt DAM, KY. James Tiilor'n Lit cry Hum. , j ' irrrv Olllcc . jl I' B K h THADC-MrtHK- Js.ic. ii. ii THAT .orn. ' O i. II B I I B i I I 1 IK 0O3-BOM luiaiiHiiT 4t.iniiTTk niMlrl. (ibolu r fttteb tor rnCC repnrS V on rln!bllllj' 14 irserK-n- . BUR- PASSING RircrCNCCO lurfrnUUd H H I ill ITontabln I al. illrltato un Viul PAr,-t'- "U'nttP-iBUy,tur- It..ilj ..n.o . iiw- -l 1 PATCMI3 1 n i I Snvonth WASHINGTON, Strnat, Bj D.C. B L-- m -- What Comes Xet, "What's a doughnut, fnther?" "A doughnut, my son, is a battleship so large and heavily armed that it does not fear anything." "Then what Is a superdread-nought?- " "A superdreadnought Is still bigThet ' ger and more heavily armed. were designed especially to give the dreadnoughts something to be afraid ' ot." Philadelphia Public Ledger ( The Htihsian government has given an American company the right to In Siberia, explore for petroleum whore thero are Indications of its presence. - 22, 1D1S. ; I I MZft ' L ' h H ?ra irJ. Jf.i.vif wbm m.x.vwui Mni.qnyjw.gflriW'f.w.'sMl guakanti:i:i value. O. W SICKVICll siWlJVi'v?f?K47 WILL YOU TAKE OUR IWi J." Get on the Firing Line Jr." myj undrcd cent Special work for W. I n i i sV?"r7 .HLkl4lm.WssW W. F. STEVENS, U. F. D. 7. Hartford. Ky GERMINAL REMEDY A Treatawil Iteprescntlng Continental Marblo & Granlto Co. a rsssssssssssKsssA 9A1 (or WEAK: mr LUNGS or COHSUMPTIOK For Sale. miles east ot aero farm A Hartford, on tho border of the oil fields. Good dwelling, barn and othYoung er necessary outbuildings. orchard, strawberry bed and other pleasing features. If bonds carry y seat pike will bo near. See, or write Tlnsley & Carnett, Hartford, Ky., for further particulars. 1CU "1K is new In Imcinr and Indus try, in munition unit wlenre. (let out of the rut; get on the Urine line. Read nlut IFInj on wnnt to roccrcd lite louiuu tknnr tir FORrellelONE Every Woman Wants A quick pains for Ihit lireil,MONTH feellnt. In chest, night sweals. hemor couchs, J WW0 V. S 4 Popular Science Monthly the miwt Intrrrstlmcnni! useful nvinilnf. tlie Li.-.-cluono's worth. Ltcry mouUt tmd rfM I ihacea, weak lunis or consumption. If it dots. not Dcip yoa 11 costs ypu doibiuk. 9 OHIO MEDICAL CO, SSISSI? s 300 Pictures 300 Articles Inter-count- i The Host Comlmck. The November American Magazino all for only I J cents. All the new Idns ml inireiitimis In electricity ami wlrcli. in autiHiioliilrs nnd arnilinei, in tliopuurli ana in fartnius, ami in uuiluuer)'. OT pnees etery I low to make thlnits at home. montli, imlu'-inuii rriccratnrs, pnuUr)' houses, furniture, automobile shop repairs, etc. e Id'ns. It Is full of Binney-niaklnfor men nd buys. It is written in plain satiarraa. sue. all diutcxi. lnnj. TliPaltio rouVt Conmanr. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation- Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years. A lieaiine wonder for nasal catarrh, sore throat and sore eyes. EconomicaL H cilraonjiiianr.tltasniis and oenmoJal pwr. I'oloo. Nlm. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in water for douches stops KeLLTriEcoyc.-AND CURE THE LUNGS w,th DrD King's Trlit Octtlo Free or pulpaU by I J New Diseovery FOR 15 Cents a Copy $1.50 a Yenr prints the prize-winnin- g article In fiet it from a newwlealer or W. G. IIBNTON. o fr ' "N Hclgned. When IliM'ouucuiTho luipurtauco of (ho Island of St. Thoiniu, Danish WeM Indies, nrl-o- ti from tbe fact that the harbor on tha south side uf tbe Island, on who border tbe town of Charlotte Ant-alt- o la located, Is oue of tbe flu net iu all tropic! America. From tbe days of the buecaneert Its tratelo advan Ufe ha been realized, sny the Nations! Oeofiwphle Megatlue, for vheu the Spanfsk Mela was the happy u ei liU .ll i sro.uil of llu- s .ill-i.:' contest held by this tho "Come-back- " magazine, Tho writer says that a man who was hoptf.essly crippled intido good In this way: B "On a hot day In summer he was CopvniaHTs &c. being pushed along in a wheel chair ArTon ' " 'nfolrbr J wnri n nifty r. Itue w liii ty jtsi H n ' at a California beach resort. With1t11t.11 ir t f niTf IIA'iJ.OO'Cr ti .it.irnrlT in it rt tvrn urnvr il if i.u pp.ocunco and ocrrriDCD. RfJn'Htj. 1I out money, without health and past I re m la'' '' f Ui fro. 11 n iiaii , t l'nts't in ta y t'r umti Mui n & Lo. ivcuire I rt tuv ltor Ui ulir .in bU nt, ti u i. uj, I life, his chances for a 'now mlddlo f IN ALL COUNTRIC3. tiid ivAUr, IiuUt cunrtio, iu tLo start' seemed slim. A man passing ruilnt s Jirtrtti iri ll enl'floit 41 ts t'mf.l Scientific nonty ana ' intfuitur. "stopped at n root beer on tho street Titert and lr.(rlnemnt Practlcs txclutlveiy. A hni1omelr lllnitrsted weeklr. Ijrcest elr. stand nnd laid down llvo cents. He lite or eiime Uiuilt euluiii'ii i f nny frie itiu- j lurnal. lerins. tia 110 Ilitta Stmt, afar tttt fstcat COca, I reirt I urniinlls tl. boUbfull nunsitealor. a foaming glassful. The was landed WAaMINQTON. D.C. llUNN&Co.36,B'"d"'NewYork ROslilenccs LANDS nnd City o financier saw that ho lookIXaoin uaM, (J V PU Waahlunlun, U. U aro now soiling nt a low cost, ed hot and thirsty; that ho lifted the albut ilon't expect it to be so glass eagerly; that ho sat It down ways. If you ever expect to own only half emptied, and walked away, w i5iB.'W your farm or your home now la not with tho look of ono whoso exthe tlmo to buy. pectations of a cooling, satisfying drink have beon realized. Tho sick WE HAVE several farms listed In man diagnosed tho caso briefly. 'AnOhio county ami they can bo 1 v sisjiissv : other rellow trying to sell something --Shad for reasonable prices and I V fc rsw. y 27s.. "S .diV . W-20'. .c. ; who doesn't undorbtand his buslnebs.' liberal terms. If wo do not Eater In tho day ho was again wheeluu- . PATTFBIU4 -.. liuvu Wiu iiuriiBUiur mini .1 III II ISM I Issi 7 A-ed past tho samo stand. It w;ts deCelebnteJ fnr style, perfect fit, simplicity sn SlrO WO Will make efforts to get Ik ID years. rcIUbllitjr nesrly Sold in uesrlj opening Tho Invariable serted. , It for you. trr city and town in the United butts sne ' ocean breeze had sprung up.'and It si caaaua, or vy man uircci. .iore soju tuss ny other mike. Send lor Irce calogue, YOU Want to niOVO to Hartford 'f wub too eJillly to expect any moro IP whero our children will havo tho II ,cmILI'smSazi.?e any othet ushloa day. sales that s month. Invaluable. UUVantngO Ol a EOOU lllfill SCUOOl 1 magarlno-mlHl- on "Fortunately physical Infirmity est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, notify us. We havo houses and plain (cwing, lancy needlework, halrdressine. keop a man from using his cannot etiquette, pood stories, elr. Only 10 cents s lots for halo nnd believe you can iCVsffVsssfsBHsl yeir(unrt)i double), Including a Irie pattern. sssssssfesV7ll?Cl 'ssTVl I mind, nor suffering subdue tho courLubsiribc today, or send fur sample copy. select ono from our list to your age of ono who knows tho value of INDUCEMENTS WONDERFUL liking. an Idea. From ns small an evont as to Agents. I'ostal brings premium catalogue I and new cash prise oflcis. AdJrcis glass of root WE HAVE it comfortaltlo homo In ot u half-wartho sale tur. ucCAu. co r.i to :is w. :7U St.. new you bier tho man who had directed big Hartford, modern Improvements Years projects ovolved and executed busIn Use For Over nnd a good garden In cultivauwujtaaajof n itmi trrm'xmrrrumaa ILLUSTRATIONS Always bears 300 ARTICLES-3- 00 iness hchunioD ropnuontlng huntion for salo or rent. Place the of the Irja Informed MechanicsWorld's Progress in thoubttuds of dollars, now dreds of runts for $10 a month. l.ncliicerinir. nnd Invention, loi Signature """eru'iu oon nnu yw ino 1n ami:y, it apnea'worked out a plan for tho rebuild-lu- x toallc asse It is ti.. turoritu Mpkusiuo Iu tuou.uii.l.ot . of his fortune. Itoiutut tlinmuhout tho worl t. Our or, Lm - lrri imadiiu uro oputautlr mi tliu ti U Call on or address A TourlihiK Tort NtitP. "As ho Jiml not boon afraid to fur tuiuiw uuw and iaturvaiiuu uud It la L "What kind of a latter did your Itluugo with thuuwtiulB, be did not Written So You Can Understand It U'!!.H,wi,ii,!,,.,"f DXP"' (M lHns e. i.t husbttnd writ yrlwi Iiq wni nwnyY" liiMslUte to stake ovwything that watt r.1-- 1 I HUoi W ork and w wuys foi lui flurtlcal i jvuen civ o'tl'l if Ujiuhu to do tlilium immiul lii Jtouiu. left (two hundred dollar) u tho T5NSLEY "II lUirteJtl. 'My 1'roiou Tra in n Qlrbwlullk.uuui .U thlMwu IUI.o lomuk. u in i r stand In t'0 Bt;He ..a uaw venture n root ure' b4 etfed by entinif 'lovt.' " IfULUItt. Mtrni Utfltll'M, list. t, hUOW l.tjul Gsttttt AMuiitet I wl Vtirniturn, w tr tiktu. Ill Ian illi t. tit hottest towtt tt know uf In the 1id you BiuworT" "How lusuuik.10attiiruulHi4iiuniui u '.. t 'MOLE COMaa. JS. "I aUrttd with 'My ProMotw Tm-urt- ,' hottatt part of California. Apiwra-tm ' and uppliaa wore tho beet and a.wtt m4 adad mUk fowl it k lUMsMlsWsl OfflsMV dollM," PhlUJelpI PuMle Led most expoiMlve, with tho motto, "Tho VfwnJiu ; Both Prion, l.uUt .1' 'U. 'he coldir tK Vl!i'' ' tOssikJLSfc niliii,i rile Olreet tn Topularbcicncc Alounily, in Kourtli Ae , H. if yw td 2c. ttitcp Kt a copy free FREE Ys poittfs Dd mroUdsi uj paper hr THJlVAlivJK mMA ,, OVER 05 YCAnS sKwr;jfw.'i''.w. LxrumtncL OS!JJS m f AND ALL THRO AT AND LUNG TMUDLES. GTJA.H ANTEED SATIIFa'.CXOlttft OB MONEY RTFUlNTOrD wsvunouwiiicrOTrcu Real 'lvfVs M I Estate! 1 2il A Culirt.-llU.ll- flmencan. 1 TTol'-- oue-tlni- ju rmiimwBm EPD ?. ifry imy mgSVC 'will .jU-.- l&2n&& AffSaS&K!s rxrrsv xmv fiMmKm ( CASTORIA ,f i m (7& 30 P0PULAE1E CHMCS 7VAGAZINB OldnnriyounK-.MciintHlWornt1 ; I BUTT Bitter 1 '"'' ,, s Ik 1 , a Hartford, Ktntueky. 1 w ii New Price on Ford Cars! Ford Runabout Ford Touring Car . . $345-0- 0 $360.00 F. 0. B. Detroit. Freight to Beaver Dam $18.00. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. 1 J9 yfiiwr jfifjUParJr f'HsJfr TfAvfllw "AlJIDLOADINGXIfl W'Mtl RIFLE Ght I rim a RifU Worthy fflfMM. r 22 Csk Wffl GON aa.oft.o mftt aM of at. htti taa fatLrr Miffed. TaouMao. of ooy. fttvc (l tncir kt.rti oa owainf a Itc.ui.lt.y laow R.mUgtoa R.miaftooUMC.WCaliocrRitlr i ti wtu of iport. tt t ywxa&r yfSr Rimlll0 UMC &lrr AtJJinf Rifll Aoctt 15 .tot. xilWut Of (. Haadl.a )u t.liatf aim off loo Uriel omplvju A w R.tmaftita UMC AatoUaJiof ,22'Cartria'fn(noi J(r). llimtD.rlu., Soltit Bioaia, baft. K.ily l.ltn t aail out tofttacr wilaoul tool. V OfOfi oaV oiyora tf REf OIL, sA comlrao lion .rat. Lulrttmnt Ruit Prmnutif vtz rii. hj (fj$fifl ILv7ftHl fj Ifj It jSoU El lllfj ar lrtr fr )it f8)(l ft I lvi0 WfaU$sfiV Sold by your home dealer and 3,250 other leading merchants in Kentucky Woolwortk BaiUiaf. New York P4r ui MyJlllJjil WmILIvH 3 INK TJIEREMINCTON'ARMSUNIONMETALUCCARTRIDCECO. r J 3 'Mmtw JHbMuI Qf VaaaalJ n'Mift' lIKIli: Louisville IS A OOOI) PLACK TO STOP I'OIt LITTLP. MOXKY Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th The Only Hotel in Ixmlsvllle Operated on the American and Kurupctiii Plans. & 7th AMKIUCAX ' PLA.V (With Meals) Booms without Itiith but with single, J2.00 75 Booms single, 2.G0 r.O .looms 50 Front HooniH. single, 3.00 .looms with Private liath: .single, 3.00 50 Ilootus. single, 3.50 CO Rooms Hot and Cold llunning Water. per day: 2 peoplo, $2.00 each per day; 2 people, 2.25 each per day; 2 people, 2.C0 each .... per day; per day; 2 2 people, people, 2.75 each 3.00 each KUH0PI:AN PLAN' (Without Meals) Ituonis without liath hut with single, fl.00 75 Ilooms Blnglo, 1.25 50 Rooms 50 Front Ilooms. single, 1.50 Ilooms with Private liath: single, 1.50 60 Rooms single, 2.00 GO Ilooms Hot and Cold Itunnliig Water. per day; 2 peoplo, $0.75 each per day; 2 people, 1.00 each per day; 2 people, 1.25 each per day; per day; 2 2 people, peoplo, 1.25 each 1.50 each THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. Ihiropeun Piatt Only. Rooms Without Rath, $1.00 and up; Rooms With Prhato Until, $1.50 and up Rest KathiR Place In Toun. Tho Loulsvllio Hotel and the Old Inn are located In tho wholesalo wulk to tho retail district and theaters. district and only a J.0UISVILLK HOTEL AM) OLD IN.V COMPANY, Props. 3E ,'aoii.V j: i a TTrrssnsirfsrmrrrfryr' GfflH &Mw&mmmmmmmmmmwmwnmm'i 3 I Vanderbilt m m S3 Training School lor Boys m m us ELKTON, KY, m w w m urn m 2 I 5 5Mm VI ilu ' Will holp parents dovolop their sons into tho bust typo of ciU'.uns and Christian gentlemen, its pationago is widely scat-i..i.- il Mud conies from the boat homes in vv, the South. Its capacity 'is limited, there- foro, reservations should bo made early. Vlaco your son in this select gioup of boys, Write i0 m m m u H I For cataloguo and information. nc:ia-- lVIELX XL tjv D u 7T T-- 1 " CL ii Box A. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. bcr, 1916, about ono o'clock . m. upon a credit of six months, tho following described property, t: Ohio Circuit Court. Being n certain tract or parcel of Henry Will Taylor, Plaintiff, land In Ohio county, Ky., known as vs. Notice lot No. 3, In the allotment of the Sherman Taylor, ot nl., Defendants Ry virtue of .a judgment and order lands of Joshua Maddox, situated In ot solo of tho Ohio Circuit Court Ohio county, Kcntucky.,on tho watcw says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in term, of llttlo West Prong of Lewis creek rendered at tho September writing of her cxporience with Cardui, the woman's 1910, for tho purposo of a sale and and bounded as follows: tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Beginning at a stono In lino of lot dlvlsltn of tho proceeds among the Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I parties ontitlcd thereto and for pay- No. 2, at flguro 15; thence W. 120 ing tho costs of tho above styled ac- poles to a red beech and 2 black oaks, thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able tion and tho cost of this Kale, I will a corner to No. 4, figure 16; then to do any of my housework. After takine three bottles offor for sale at public auction, to with a lino of samo N. 40 poles to a of CarduL I began to feel like a new woman. I soon tho highest and best bidder, at the stono and smnll whlto oak, corner to gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, court house door In Hartford, Ky., lot No. 4, nt flguro 17; then with anas well as run a big water mill. about one o'clock p. ni., on Monday, other lino of No. 4, west 67 poles to I wish every suffering woman would give tho Cth day of November, 191C, on a black oak, sweet gum nnd whlto a credit of G and 12 months, or upon oak In one of tho orlglnnl lines and cash terms, In tho discretion of tho nlso corner to lot No. 4, nt figure 7; purchaser, the following described then with said lino N. GO poles to a post oak standing on a rock, another t: property, Ono tract of land in Ohio county, original corner nt tho letter E; then ' Kentucky, bounded and described as I;,. 187 poles to a larger poplar, an-- ; other original corner at tho letter J, follows: Rcglnnlng at a white oak, black and corner to lot No. 2; then with' oak nnd beech, being the N. E. cor lino of samo S. 100 poles to tho bener of Wm. H. Taylor s survey; ginning containing 100 acres, moroi a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, tlience east with the original line of or less. Tho mineral right has been j and it always does me good." Walker Daniel's survey 420 poles to sold to McIIenry Coal Co., which Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, a stake, being tho division corner be- land was conveyed to C. II. Chapman tween him nnd Stovons and wlfo; by G. H. I,. Maddox and wife on July" tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanthence S. with their line 30 poles to 31, 1907, which deed Is of record In ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's a black oak, whlto oak and chest- deed book 34, page 84, Ohio County tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui I nut sapling; thenco S. 71 B. 290 Ciork's ofllce. for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing Second tract. Also, another tract poles to a beech and gum; thenco women for more than fifty years. west 35 poles to a white oak and of land In Ohio county, Kentucky, sugar treo standing on tho bank of nnd bounded as follows: Beginning Muddy creek; thence down tho same at a gate post In south line of A. C. I 1M through tho middle thereof to James Wakeland's land on tho creek and i Morgan's corner and with tho outer running west with tho Broadway Coal VJ Mt MJ UK MJ Mt IWJ lines of Jarnignn nnd Win. II. Tay- Company and A. C. Wakeland's line lor to tho beginning, containing lSf to a sweet gum tree, A. C. Wake- -' acres, less 31 acres heretofore deed- land's corner; thence N. 48 poIps to f ed to Sara Jones and about 2t acres a black gum; thenco E. 5 3 poles: t thence N. G7 poles to a walnut and 2 ' sold to Sept T. Williams. The purchaser will be required to dogwoods; thence east to a bridge on executo bond with approved security tho creek; thenco with tho creek on, Immediately after sale and a lien will the west side to the beginning, being ' all the land owned by A. C. Wnkeland be retained as further security. on the west side of tho creek. Min- This October 13, 19 1G. oral and coal rights are reserved and I OTTO C. MARTIN, right to work and mine same, and ' 1G13 Master Commissioner. same land conveyed to Claude Chap Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. v man on April 7, 1911, by A. C. Wake-lan- d and wife and which deed Is reSALK. MASTKK COMMISSIOXKK'S corded In Deed Book 39. naco 380. Ohio County Clerk's ofllce, or a suf- -' Ohio Circuit Court. flclency thereof to produce the sums C. H. Hoops, PlalntilT, of money ordered to he made. vs. Notice. The purchaser will be required to Mary Hoops, Defendant. full of life and action, filled with the By vlrture of a judgment and or execute bond with approved security lire of fine inspiration and followed der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court Imcdlately after sale. by 250 short stories of adventure, V'mxymiMXy I This October 13, 1916. term, rwidered at tho September win uiaac .OTTO C. MARTIN, 19 1G, for the purposo of paying the Master Commissioner. defendant, Mary Hoops, $200.00, with 16t3 Heavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. interest thereon at the rate of 6 per ' : . day ot cent per annum from the -- , until pur- - MASTKK COMMISSIONER'S SALE, paid, and for tne pose of paying the plaintiff, C. H. Ohio Circuit Court. Hoops, $80.00, with Interest there c on at tho rate of G per cent per an Oscar O. Petty, et al.. Plaintiffs, vs. Notice. , day of Then the Family Page, a rare. Editorial Page,. Boys' Page, num from tho until paid, I will ofTer for sale at Mrs. Cordelia Petty, et al, DefendGirls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of ants. public auction to the highest and Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best By virtue of a Judgment and orbest bidder, at tho court house door minds, the best theworld can produce for you and everyone in Hartford, Ky., about one o'clock der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court term, in tne Home. 1 nereis no age n. m.. on Monday, tho 6th day of No rendered at tho September limit to enthusiasm for The vember, 191G, on a credit of G and 1916, for the purpose of a salo and Three Current Issues Free 12 mouths, the following described division of the proceeds among those Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION for who are entitled thereto, and property, let us tend you Three Current Issues One tract of land In Ohio County, the purpose of paying the cost of this FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year Kentucky, lying and being on the action and tho cost of this sale, I will request. not 12. public auction to Reaver Dam and Rochester public offer for sale at Those who subscribe now. tending $2 tho highest and best bidder at the road and bounded as follows: for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will Beginning at a stone, Hoops' cor court house door in Hartford, Ky., for 1915, will receire The Companion get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. nor; thence with his line S. 112 poles on Monday, November 6th, at about magazines. to a stone on the lower side of said tho hour of one o'clock p. m., upon SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE road; thence with said road as it a credit of six months,t: the following meanders 87 poles to a stone on the described oroperty, Two tracts or parcels or land In THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH north side of said road in Growbar-ger'- s ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. lino; thenco N. 53 5 poles to Narrows.Ohlo county, Ky.,and bound a stone and hickory in Knight's line; ed as follows: First tract. Beginning at a stono thenco E. 52 5 poles to tho beginning, containing 26 acres, more In the North lino of tho right of wiy or less. A roadbed, however, being of Ihe I. C. R. R. near the depot; reserved by C. II. Hoops 10 feet In thence running with said right of way E. 148 feet to a sttme; width running from east to west by S. 57 the old house on tho top of tho ridge. thence N. 38 E. 148 feet to a stone; W. 148 feet to a stono, Doing same land conveyed to C. H. thenco 57 Hoops and wlfo by H. P. and W. W. thenco S. 148 feet to the beginning, acre more or less, and Evans by deed of date December 7, containing $1.3fc The Eepublican apd Louisville Herald 1909, and of record In deed book 39, samo land conveyed to B. P. Petty ofthe heirs of Ed Davison on April Ik page 552, Ohio County Clerk's Globe-Democr- at 1.75 ;', 1912, and which deed is of record The Reptblican and St. Louis fice. need book 43, page 432 Ohio C oun-t- y Tho purchaser will be required to in 1.50 Court Clerk's office. The Republican and Pome and Farm execute bond with approved security at a Second Tract. Beginning mediately after sale and a Hen will stone In tho north boundary line ot The Republican and 1.76" be retained as further security. tho I. C. R. R., thenco with said This October 13, 1916. W. 48 feet; thenco N. lino N. 56 OTTO C. MARTIN, 3.50 Republican and Louisville Daily Herald E. The 33 E. 102 feet; thenco S. 52 Master Commissioner. lGt3 feet to a stone; thenco S. 3S The republican ana uaiiy uwensooro inquirer 3.50 Heavrlu & Kirk, Barnes & Smith, 56 W. 100 feet to tho beginning, con Attorneys. taining 5279 sq. ft., and being samo. The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.76 by B. MASTER COMMISSIOXER'8 SAI.E. land conveyed to and P. Petty wtfo on May Fltzhugh Renfrow .. 1.75 22, 1899, which deed Is of record The Republican and Kentueky Farmer Ohio Circuit Court. in deed book 21, folio No. 592. People's Saving Bank, Plaintiff, Tho purchaser will bo required to The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 vs. Notice. execute bond with approved security L. T. Wright, ct al Defendants. 1.50 Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer By virtue of a judgment and order immediately aftr sale, and a lien The security. of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court will bo retained as further This October 13, 191G. The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 term, rendered nt tho September OTTO C. MARTIN. 1916, by agreement of both parties, Master Commissioner. directing a salo of tho property here- 16t3 Ernest Woodward, M. L. Heavrin, in described and ordering mo as Master Commissioner to make said sale, Attorneys. st I will on Saturday, November 11. SALE. 191G, at tho homo of I.. C. Craig, MASTER COMMISSIONER'S Roalno, Kentucky, at about 1 near Ohio Circuit Court. p. m., offer for salo to tho highest nnd A. E. Pnto. Assignee, Plaintiff, best bidder on a credit ot four vs. Notice. month, tho following doscribod prop- Harriet Kord, ot al., Defendants. THE x t: erty, Pursuant to Judgmont and order 41 Inch SEWING Ono 24 inch cylinder, Ohio Circuit Court -- iNE threuher. No. 3264, all Complete, of of sale ot the MA term, September the Heilman Machine Works manu- tendered at the OF 1916, for the purpose of converting facture, with folding atraw stackor; nto cash property QUALITY. Hb xt one Gleudale bagger and all belts, irjcrlbed the distributingheTiuaf'er the samo and tools, and appurtenances thereunto the creditors of the Ohio County belonging, Including 120 feet of 7 after the payment of the costs Inch 4 ply gandy endless drive belt NOT this sale, I will offer for sale at The purchaser will be required to ni bile auction to the highest and best SOLD execute bond with approved security udder, at the court house door in UNDER Immediately after sale, and a lieu Ltrtlord, Ky.k on Monday, November ANY will be returned as further security ;, 1918, at 1 p. m., on a credit ot OTHER This October 13th, 1U1C. Fed ripht all tho time. Don't lay oft s bj vi uxn Hires months, the following described NAME. OTTO O. MARTIN, from work for daytl by taking calomo) property, Master Comwisslonttr. koepa yo 1013 when pleasant The furniture and fixtures of tho Siuimeriuau, Heavrlu & Glenn on your feet, whilorcliovrngyourtroub-lu- . WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Ohio County Bank assigned, consistKirk, Attornoys. Safer too, and easy to take. Don'l ing of safes, cabluots, dusks, chairs, If you purchase thoNIW UOMi: you will me You can't afford &e., belonging to the estuto of tho havo a Ufo uuct at tho p.rlco you lay, uud will take anything else. it. Eliminates poisons, cloanses Bys. MAHTKK COMMISSIONER'S SAW.. Ohio County Bank. not ha vo on ciullcua clialn ot repair. tem and relieves constipation. A nafc Tho purchaser will be roqulrcd to uiauji-- i ural remedy, natural in its actions, butiS Ohio Circuit Court. good and approved execute bond with Quality in its effect and certain in results. It T. II. Rlack, Plaintiff, Immediately after salo. security will won't bo long before vb. Notice. Considered! This October 13. 1910. completely clisplaco calomel in evert R. P. Bock, Dofondant. MARTIN, OTTO C home. Children can tako it freely an By virtue of a Judgment, and or- 1 Gt3 it b the Mastor Commissioner. with perfect safety. Every bottlo ?uar der of salo ot tho Ohio Circuit Court anteed. BQc and $1 in bottles. Nona Cheapest rendered at the Juno term, 1910, In For Salo. genuino without tho likeness and eijina tho ahovo causo, for tho sum of in the end Good 120 aero tarni on Rough turo oi 1m iu yrigBoy. tor buiu uj $300.00, with interest at tho rato of G J. II. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky per co nt por' annum from tho 1st River, 3 miles west of Hartford. 60 to buv. t vo day ot January, 1915, until paid, and acres In cultivation; othor GO acres t costs herein, i win oner ior woodland. Improvod. Apply, If you want a sewing machine, wrlto tor oar latent catalogue befuro you purchase. publlo auction at tho court sale at TINSLEV & HARNETT, Yrr pnlno In the txiek food Vi houso door In Hartford, Kcutuckv, Tte New Home Sewing Maclie Co., Orange, Mass. a U Dr. Wlu FUls. Hartford, Ky. duy oi Novomon Monday, tho 6th MASTKK to-wl- It Always Helps to-wl- CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut , Get a Bottle Today! I 2-- SfflOGreat Better Than Ever in 1915 IffeYOUTIfS COMPANION to-wl- t: 3-- 3-- OUR CLUBBING RATES. - Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. to-wi- SEurat-ut- i i For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. ax t:' ax a- A&U-i'al- - O JV The place that sells more goods for IHi " 'rM l,ess money than any house in Ohio county or the Green River country. With no credit losses to be met, we undersell them all. Our customers are our best references. Come to us for your fall and winter needs. II gBHBBBaB" T $ IfiilHH rat dill POLITICAL .JOTTING'S. According to Democratic philosophy the great advantage In the empty dinner pall Is that you can economize by not buying any pall. i BEAIIE& A-- anim VI It I ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure :No ' has been Identified use talking- as nu orator who obtained his expert once delivering Democratic cniupalgii speeches. TICK Ol" k Americans ror $."I0,I0(,-00- 0 Ixinn. Alum CORN . No Phosphate built to handle tub product. Mr. Sanford writes! "The Intent rif this is to advise you of our facilities for handling import grain In bulk. With the possl- -' bllity of importing Argentine corn. I believe you will And it greatly to your advantago to look into this matter. The fact that wo are equipped to handle Import grain in bulk will, I believe, mean a Baving of several cents a bushel over the present moth-od- s of handling in sacks. At present, we can unload from vessels in bulk GO.OOO buFtaels a day, and will add to this, much additional capt-cltas the business justifies." These immense preparations muda to handle the Argentine corn shipments, indicate clearly that it is not anticipated that the duty on corn will be revived and it also clearly extent of the tremendous shipments' expected. With a capaci ty" of GO.OOO bushels a day, tho faoil-- . ities for hdndling are unlimited. The facts that the shipments htivu begun in such large quantities before the European war has closed, is a definite ptoralse of What will happen after the war. "King Corn," the chief product of the Middle West, will face competition for the first time. The effect of this competition on prices when normal condl tlons roturu folowlng tho war will be very marked. Argentine farming conditions are different from those of the United States. The Argentine country s divided into large estates farmed on a largo scalo. The proprietors of the farms Import American machinery and operate tho farms with cheap labor, imported from Southern Europe. It Is tho kind of competition tho Amorlcan farmer will be unable to meet without a marked loss under American conditions. Under tho pro3ont tariff law, tho American farmer In tho whoat section is open to the competition of both The Canada and the Argentina. demand for foodstuffs in Europe iuriug the war lias preserved the wheat-growin- g sections from the effects of tho cotonetUien. With the clone of the war, both ho wheat and sections . ill be compelled to compete with the Argentine farmer, whose ejpael- ty for production Is almost tttnllmlt- eorn-growly, INNINE arrasLia TO U. S. 'auaUFVIiXW ALLOWS LATIN lAMICIUCAN VAUMKIt. UK- - to compete with &1PMENJ IftnHtp TO PEORIA JtJh .i I'Vrblgn Grain In Center of Irviare for larger Con- 'slRiinu'iils. , XdCoago. 111.. Oct. 24. Argentine tsirsii fm being shipped to Peoria, 111., riSu renter uf ibe corn belt of the TJiii3Ml Hate "This corn, consigned 2j Grain Company, of Kiejjtja.ls .Uvf advance shipment of 3 wist 'te.ii.sion of Argentine corn r43iuc. which will be sold in the misted) iStates In competition with ibi-'jiills- .KVeisiicin 'Eiu-aurasio- sum. of Argentine corn is u ryodnllile because of the fact OSufcvrnrter (he Underwood tariff law, incurs aw fluty on corn has been removed, nsrJUa? auipostricted competition pos- Tlifs dumping of Argentine .xsHIo. market has had aiatnrlTmg and dramatic effect, and an roJiinK attention to the compcti-SstivChlcb the 'Middle West farmer vli itiivu to meet from the South .svtaiyirenn republic. It is understood TsSat xrurly a million bushels of corn already has been used mtEn ropoii'tho Peoria a. im Jtltujosu. lis fiicl that corn from the It bf'iui; .shipped Into ihs ifnsusi! States at this time is the most rwatsrlntble ImontiBO of the ubseuco of mi?pkt& fuel lie and the high rat; . flSJj-dThe freight rat eh aro so "Beg itei ihlpw have been known to Hp lor themselves m one voyage. Ha wile ui these exceisive freight is, Argentine-- com can be plac-Im Jbc American market at a price nhun that paid for American corn ftweaiise it posacBues a lack of uiols-: .rum $ to 10 cents a bushel American corn values. In tho Argentine product keenly interested In knowing etiiur corn will be coutinued on the ttfei. It U anticipated that if it nalns on the froe Dm many mill- Dubfttii M Argentine corn nlfl fa used, not unly In Puorlu, but mrmttuvc. ami not only fur mamifuc-w- t , i ., but for commercial uso aw hwU lu j;rrtinary times, doalars yzy ein) cis iiho Argentine ooru nt ui caomniteriibltt having 'over the com w HlUinU Jowu mid other State us hv uuru Inili. JU yraiiarutUin ior this tremendous r2TJt! 'in ruin that Is oxpocted, tiluvntom aro being erected at Xkw Orleans to bundle It. C. F. jitrafnrti, tiuporlntendent of l'ubllo lixa Kliiviilrs at the port of New HhtteiKt, m mhIiiik out circular let' itaai- - advising commercial Interests laffzlut fHjiacily of elevutors already 1 York, Oct. 24. Olllcial of the terms f the now .s loan to Great llritalu by American Lafe Pence says that the name Kli'li riiiniKo Women Iiiport Loot Valued at J?.".(.(IO(. financiers Is expected hero before ljn "Shadow Lawn" always gives him close of this week. Tho amount will the creeps. We have noticed genChicago, Oct. 24. Fashionably be $200,000,000 or $3,000,000, tlemen dolngNi lot of crawling there gowned women sorted over jewelry It Is bearing understood, five lately: valued at $50,000 In a crowded court per cent Interest, with tho Issuing during the hearing of price at nlucty-nln- e and maturing lu Mr. Wilson may be too proud to room fight for his country but he think Adam Prochowskl, alleged "chloro- two yenrs. As security, collateral rcprcscntinz form burglar." more of himself. Prochowskl, who was held 'to (ho between $325,000,000 and $350,000,-00- 0 will bo orfercd, under tcntntlve Under this administration a busi grand jury in bonds of $S5,500 on charges of burglary, plans mado public unofficially desiring to tradp with Lat thirty-thre- e ness man This Would consist of American in America doesn't have to learn to chloroformed some of his victims robbing their homes. The total stocks and bonds mobilized by the Spanish he has to learn to talk valuo of jewelry alleged to have been Drltish Treasury and Canadian Issues walk It. stolen is more than $100,000. and obligations of neutral countries. Tho suggested terms aro virtually Mr. Wilson may have kept us out the same as those arranged when SWINDLE war but he hasn't kept war out of Great Britain borrowed $250,000,- IX XKWPOUT FIIUKTUATK1) of U. S. 000 in the United States last August. e Xowport, Ky., Oct. 24. Federal Hot air is the only food that has Business Scholarship. officers who made an arrest become cheaper under tho'Under-woo- d Wo have for sale, a scholarship, law but the ultimate consumer at noon allege that an attempt to swindle George Palmer, a farmer, of good for a complete course In either finds it singularly lacking in nouror nnd Accounting Mlller&burg, out of $5,000 by a "wire- Bookkeeping ishment. tapping" trick was frustrated. A Stenographers Course lu tho Owens-bor- o Business & Industrial College. It is not his dignity that Is keeping man is held on suspicion pending a For particulars apply at Republican further investigation. Detectives Mr. Wilson out of the movies. Tho tf claim they found a complete "wire ofllce trouble is with the moving picture o camera's which haven't been perfect- tapping" outfit in a Newport hotel. Xutlco of DUeoiitlntuuire of Ihicr ed yet to the point where they can Dam and Taj lor .Mines Koad. lSljiiikensil Horltrr. keep up 'with the President's wabAll persons Interested in the road Mr. J. J, Illankcnship and Miss bling. Hazel D. Hocker, both of Heaver from Heaver Dam to Taylor Mines, ' 'I have been a Republican all my Dam, were quietly married by Itev. known as tho Coleman I.ane, nnd beginning at the Intersection of snld life, but Wilson gets my vote.' How I It- - B. Hennett at tho residence of you hear that remark these County Clerk, W. C. Hlankenshlp. luno With Denver Dam and Taylor often do Mines main road, and continuing ovdays? Honestly now, what's tho ex- on last Tuesday evening. Courlor-Domocra- t. Mr. and Mrs. Hluukenslilp are er the lands of It. Coleman about 800 planation?" Seneca, Kan., Explanation Is very slm-pl- e popular young peoplo and their host feet, and over tho lands of Misses Ida of friends and admirers wish that the nnd Hlrchlo Coleman about 700 feet, ho said, "goat," not "vote." path of Jess and Mrs. Dlankcnshlp and over tho lands of Hood Harrison 700 feet, and over tho lands of Tho fellow who Invariably begins may bo strewn with the best of every- about tho Beaver Dam Coal Company about a conversation by saying "There's no thing to tho end. v 1,000 feet, to tho Intersection or that road with a branch of the road known ns the Du Pont Highway at the TayTHE APPROACHING STORM. lor Mines switch crossing, will take notlco that on Monday, November 'M-yjGthrlOlG. a potltlonwlll be filed on behalf of tho Heaver Dam Coal Com' pany and several others, lu the Ohio County Court asking for a discontinuance of the road above mentioned ns u county public road. This October 27, 191G. WOODWARD & KiniC, Attorneys for petitioners. 17t2 .Now llur-Klar'to-da- y to-dabo-fo- re "WIKK-TAI'IMXto-da- rm:iit time, tho two tonsils within tho patients throat. Not a drop of blood Mas spilled and, unlike the usual custom In tonsil removal, only n local anesthetic was applied. (WUKOIIXIA DKAI.EIt EQUIPS .MULES WITH TAIL LU.'IITtf (.'k.mk a Ludicrous as It may seem, necessity has demanded that a Los Angeles driver equip his mules with tall lights. Without being facetious, it may not be amiss to point out that the devices he-- employs ure literally the first real tall lights ever used. Somo tlmo ago when a number of tho man's mulos were being driven along a highway at night, a motor car plunged Into the drove with disastrous results. This caused tho dealer to resort to the warning lights so as to avoid similar accidents In tho future. The devices, which are Identical to those used on many bicycles, aro strapped to the mule's tails. When tho glare from tho lamps of a motor car atrlkos them, beams of ruby light aro reltectcd. Incidentally If a mule swings his tall, tho warning signal becomes all tho mora notice able. From tho November Popular Mechanic Magazlno. e VALUE OK IIAHY'S EYE IS FIXED AT J?i,00O San Franclnco, Oct. 24. The value of a baby's eyes was fixed at $25,-00- 0 by Judge Frank J. Murusky In Superior Court, who gave Judgment for that amount to tho parents of Mary Ilublo, 1 year old, against Mrs. Ainull.i Hazzuoll, a graduate midwife. It was alleged that tho mldwifo failed to care for tho baby's leyes properly at birth and now the eyes aro sightless. "A pair of baby's eyes are prlcp-less- ," said Judgo Murusky. "No. amount of money thnt this or any court could gie, no matter how lurgo tho amount, would compensate for tho loss of this baby's sight." Mary's father Is a restaurant stew- ard. IIAHTFOHD PUESSING CIjUII. Clothes cleaned nnd pressed. Repairing. guaranteed. Satisfaction Work called for and dclivcrod. Shop over Ohio County Bottling .Worics. 4StC ED. NALL. P-o- p. - fc w& i$a.; .'&&m A SiiuseMloii to Our Neighbors er Ek Loii t Speak lit ItoMno. Mr. Goorgo W. Long, of Loltch-fielformer candidate for tho Republican nomination for Governor, will spank at Koslne Friday night. Mr. Long Is a ijood orator nnd a lnrgo crowd 111 expected to hear him. tv ULOODI.K&S OPilltATlON V LOUISVILLE 8UUOKOX d, J rW'P','TTV:Vfvffl JAor Bale. Double barrel, bammerloas Shot tMurrote. cylindun, II gauge; 30-t- n. der and modified, (Slightly used, pracPrice 1 13. tically good as uor lOtS ' A. W. & UXUN. Hartford, Ky IWlOOr.H&ttVK CANDIDATE TO VOTI4 P0lt HUtillKS Valparaiso, Ind , Oct. 21. -- M J Dowman, candidate for Lieutenant tlovornor on tho Progrosslvetlckot' lu Indiana, at a meeting of Progressives announced that ho would lioro vote for Charles E. Hughes for President. A number of other Progres sives at tho meeting made similar announcements following tho action ot Uowuiuu. to-da- r wife JviS :- "&S3samttBGmBBfcG2& TAjXCTarc. rJKa; r'TSu55araH - , 1 ' rvn. . laior in Lot M: Anytlii 1 uuj notPhiladelphia, Oct. I'v :i li,rm record of nulilic Berviie, a ed mrgetms uttend'.ug the clinical record that will bear the closest congress from all parts of the coun- bcrutiny. try sat lu rapt attention at the clinic Asa uk in In; o tho Slate Legislaflu tho Pennsylvania Hospital yes tor- - ture, us UHelst.uu lrnit((i States District Attorney, m.d omniKtioner skill the of the United States District Court exhibition of operative bloodless removal of a pair of hyper-trophi- lu Loulevlllo, he has given public sertonsils. vice of a character to s itlsfy tho most Tho Burgeon who performed tho exact lag. operation was Dr. Uugoue U. Lewis, The Herald recommends Him to the of I.oulsvlllo, Ky., who wuh invited citizens of the Fourth District as ouo to tnko over for the damonstatlou of Who would bo a orudlt to thorn lu his method tho usual hour duvotod Washington. Kentucky neods more to Dr. F. R. Packard's regular allnlc men like IUswoll lu politics Louisat tho hospltul. ville Herald. Dr. Lewis worked without tho use of a knlfo. His two simple tools Wnnteil. Men to soil Sowing Mawere a wire snaro and a grasping in- chines and collect lu Ohio county. V yet Spluudld proposition. strument. Used dexterously, Expurlonco slowly us compared to tho tlmo of not necessary. Write SINOER SEWtho averugo cutting operation they ING MACHINE CO., (Incorporated) .successfully brought outt one ut a, Owensboro, Ky. 2C.--Mn-od Turning from tho tumult of general politics, tho Herald takes pleasure In directing particular attention to tho candidacy of J. P. Huswell. Jr . of Hardlnsburg, Republican nomliieo for Congress, In tho Foutlh District. , Mr. Msswell Is a candUute when any otttseu of tho Fourth Dlstiiet, regardless of poll tics, can support with a satisfied conscience. He Is and capable, young and progressive, honest and indopindeir Th" qualUlcn he bun demount rated broad-minde- itl