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MORROW HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1916. sound to me like tho words thlt fell I AM TODAY' THE WAR: from the lips of tho patriot fathers "YOU MADE ME WHAT VOU'RE SATISFIED." of the days that have gone "protection for tho lives nnd property of Aninrlcnn citizens.''" Has thnt promGo nsk tho wives ise been kopt? of the Atlantic Ocean. They won't nuttwer you, they are untuning over tho'grnvoa of American men, women and little children: thnt sleep within the waters deep. Co nsk the night, but It gi,ves only the answer in 1 lurid 'glare that spring from the burning homci and desecrated prop clllng. God' rly of AiiieSlr4n What a blot Mixlro liar been nnl Is upon the honor of that old stur gemmed FI?r' I.onk .it Mtxu It la onr neighbor. For t'irs our r i lens have uone Into that twinirv at tho'lnvitattou of the Mexican government to put Interest Into bifiue'-j- ' to buy a ranch or farm. Another American prospector would stagger ou until his pick broke plpces ol quart? that proved to be lead, zinc or gold. Another American to oig into tho hout'lri of (he earth until the victory rame through the iiidom-- i able spirit oi American energy, and (Continued on Eighth i'age ) GETS A "I HOPE GREAT OVATION ni'Nim:i)S speech ok roiTiait Tl'CKIAN hear ttrx opt to ui:.- - SPEAKS FROM PLATFORM No Building .In Hurt foi-iiMxc Eminuji Id Hold I'normoim Crowd. l earlier attention. You say that the National Civil Service Reform League GREAT THRONGS has entered upon a campaign for legislation which will provldo for the competitive classification of first, secGREET FAIRBANKS ond and third class postmasters, and you ask whether I would favor or op pose legislation to accomplish such CROWDS TURN OUT AT OH extension of the classified service. COUNTY POINTS TO GP.KBT beg to say that I favor such leg"I E PRESIDENT, t islation." league announced that a com Tho munication on tho subject also had 'been sent to President Wilson, but MAKES FORCEFUL TALK thnt no reply hnd us yet been rccelv- -, ed. I EX-VICI ! orV Residence Stoned. rrlnccton, Ky., Oct. 31. The Mnj res- Early yesterday morning pcopli from out In the county began eoni-MInto Hartford to hoar Edwin P. tyoirnw speak In the Interest of the Republican ticket. By noon the crowd had swelled until U was seen llmt the court house, the largest building In town, would not hold half tho pcojilo. Automobiles con-tl- 'i t'l to buzz In right up to the time .of thi speaking mill each was well fillet with admirer of .Mr. .Morrow. Mr. Morrow spoke at I.'rovidunro yesterday and found that ho could not niuko railroad connection to HartHe ford In time for the speaking. Uli'phoned to campalKU hendquar-te- n hero and Chnlrman Condlt and Chester LI ml ley met him at Sacra-luont- o yestenlay morning In un He reached Hartford after twelve and begun his speech near tho hcheduleil time, 1:30. A large table wan placed on the south side of tho court house nnd the speaker sent torth IiIh message from this platform. He wus Introduced by Otto C Martin, who declared him one of Kentucky's greatest Republicans. 1,200 nnd 1,500 people heard tho address that followed. Mr .Morrow appeared greatly pleased with his audience. Ho said he was always dollghted to como to Hartford and Ohio county because he Ho found n warm wetcbriTc.f said the nlze of the crowd Indicated tho "biiKtlngcst" majority for Hughes nnd prosperity that Ohio county evThe sjieaker wus er gave. cheered lustily. Ho spoke to a crowd at Mcllenry last night and addresses tho voters of Dutlor county at Morgantown Mr. .Morrow spoko In part as follows: "Ladles and gentlemen, and fellow citizens of our great common counauto-mobile. en to-da- ir HAYDEN CURTIS DIES FROM BULLET WOUNDS EXAMINING TIIIAIj OK KKXKST LITSEY, MAUTWICK HOY, SET FOR SATURDAY. 'm COXXKCTICCT. idence of Mayor R. W. Llsanby and former Policeman W. II. Malouo wero stoned here last night by unknown .persons. The front of Mayor Llsan-by- 's resldenco , was defaced by the stones, while nt Mr. Mnlone's homo in stone wns hurled thru a window (into a room where a member of tho family wns asleep. An Investigation Is being made. - Appeals to Voter In Iiclinlf of Hughes and Hasuell Touchcrt One Term Plank. Former Vice President Charier Warren Fairbanks spoke to laig crcwds from the rear platlorm of ht train It ranch. Saturday at Hono yw i 'KtWIaP Ks i DARKSDALE, HAMLET BOUGHT SOME INK v- - CIXCIXXATI ATTORNEY SAYS HE ASSURED 1UM PAYMENT. EviJ y, in Baltimore Amtrlean. try. ' I um always glad to come to Hartford nnd. Ohio county because I never came here In my life thnt I was not reived in a genuine spirit of old Cushioned Kentucky hospitality. But 1 am jtlnd to be here today for another reason. As I look at this audi-sneas 1 8co tho red pepper that has been split by tho Republican party, look Into tho eyes of tho leaders and workers in the old Republican party, 1 know that when election day comes'urouud old Ohio county is going to roll up the bjistiugest majority over known for Hughes and Fairbanks. And my purposo In coming here today, my friends, is as an American to talk to my follow Ams, ericans about our country, our and what is best to bo done for tho wollfnro of tho whole people, and to talk to you about tho honor of tho American Flag. - Hut 1 am not I hero under uny falso protensoe. am hero as u Republican and I am proud that I am a Republican be can l you can't houuntly writo tho history of this country during tho last uy yearn unless, you writo Into that history tho glorious rocord of .icliUvcniiutg made by tho Ropuhltouu party. I don't claim that tho Republican party has till Hut senso In tho wo: id, but I bullevo it has got the ruo t of tho political sonso. I w nl to talk about auothor phase of tho situation With you. I want to talk about tho honor and ronpocttn-bllit- y of tho American couutry. This hero you Hvo Is a protected country close to tho soil In Clod's big out-o- t doors. I want to read you a prom ise madu by tho Democratic party. They saldt "The constitutional rights of American citizens should protect them on. our borders, and go with them throughout tho world, and every American citizen residing or having property in any foreign couutry Vis eitftled to and must fce given.' the full protection of tho United States government, both for himself and his e, al bus-liic.- 11 The examining trial of Krnest Lit-seIlaydon who shot and killed Curtis, both of Martwlck, Muhlen-bur- g county, was sot over to Saturday by the County Court Wednesday. Tho case was set over because of the failure of some important witnesses to appear. The shooting occurred In Rock-po- rt Saturday afternoon about two o'clock. There seems to bo conflict ing reports as to tho cause of the killing but Curtis niuTOfscy had had flonio troublo Saturday morning and the quarrel continued nt intervals until Its termination in the tragedy. It Is said that LItsey went to his homo In Martwlck, after the morning dllllculty vhcro ho probably armed himself. The trouble that led to the shooting was renewed on a platform In front of a pool room. It is said that I.ltsey was either shoved off or hacked off the platform nnd llred while recovering from the fall. The first shot struck Peto Taylor, a negro, in the foot nnd the second took effect In Curtis' bowels, ranging upward. It Ik alleged that the latter was armed with u knife. After tho shooting Curtis walked across the street nnd sat down. It was soon discovered that ho was badly wounded and he was taken to the where a homo of his father-in-labut the doctor was summoned, wound was mortal and nothing could bo done to t.avo his life and he expired about six o'clock. I.ltsey was arrested by Marshal Her, of Rockport, and Sheriff Kcown was notified. Tho Sheriff went to Rockport nnd brought Lltscy to Hartford where ho was placod In JnlL years Curtis, who was twcnty-flv- o old, formerly lived in Hartford and Is u sou of Mr. AIox Curtis. Lltssy Is u brother-In-laof Mr. Andy of Hartford, and Ilka Curtis, is prominent. The young follows are an Id to have beon friends boforo tho trouble arose. Roth woro married and Litaey baa one ohild. Tho repmlna of the young man wore burled in tho Rockport cometery Monday mo ruing at 9 o'clock. w w Al-for- DEuTSGHLAND IS AGAIN VISITOR SIX AMERICANS ARE SENT DOWN GKRMA.N MKRCHANT SUUMAItlNK IIUITISH STEAMKR MARINA CAR- ItlKI) YANKEE SAILORS IX PITS IN AT XKW LOXDOX, Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 30. A bill for $208,000, for ink ordered for the county and city schools of Kentucky for 1914 and 1915, has been present ed to State Superintendent Gilbert by a Cincinnati firm. Tho ink was orThe dered by Harksdalo Hamiett. collector was notified that the State does not buy Ink for county and city schools. Cincinnati, O., Nov. 1. Investigation of tho books of the Woodman-se- e Ink Company, 117 East Pearl street, to determine if a mlssing-ex- -. ecutlve officer fostered any other irregularities than to accept orders, alleged to be false, purporting to bo from Darksdale Hamiett while Mr. Hamiett was Superintendent of Public Instruction of Kentucky, wa3 begun yesterday by Samuel C. Church, an attorney, representing his slster-ln-laMrs. Salllo Woodmansee. Mrs. Woodmansee is proprietor of tho company. It is believed an executive olBcor, who is reported to havo fled with a woman other than his wife, accepted spurious orders aggregating $219,000 for ink and paste which never wero delivered to Kentucky educational headquarters. Search through billing flies to determine to whom the Ink finally was billed, also was begun yesterday by Mr. Church, who reaffirmed his statemont Monday that Mr. Hamiett had assured him in person his bill would be paid if presented to V. O. Gilbert, present Superintendent of Public Instruction tu Kentucky. Mr. Hamlbtt has denied any knowledge of tho alleged orders. "I met Mr. Hamiett twlco lu Cincinnati, each time In conference with tho Woodmanseo representative who has disappeared," said Mr. Church "Approximately three yesterday. weeks ago Mr. Hamiett said ho would do all In his power to soo that col- ectlons woremado on tho bills, which have boon duo slnco lato In November, 1915." When Mr. Church proeontod his blll3 to Kontuoky offlcials at Frankfort last week, ho found, thorn In ab solute ignoranco of such muouteu-noMand was assured of such lndobt-edno,and was aaaured tho Department of Education neither bought InkB and paste lu such quantltlos.nor could find practical uso for thorn. Mr. Church aald ho has boen unable to flud any dennlto orders to the company's oxecutlvo, from Mr. Hamiett. Ho said the oxecutlvo Informed him tho orders always woro glv-e- u over a tolophono, nnd that ho himself once hud talkod with a person representing himself to bo Mr. Hamiett. Tho orders accumulated during a period from February; 1914, to November, 1915. a In County Court. Dr. S. C. Ralrd, of Hartford, qualified as Llvo 8tock Inspector of Ohio county, on October 30th. Mrs. Nannlo Daniels qualified as administratrix of tho cstato of Mary E. Dozarth, deceased, on October 31st. , ss THE CREW. BRINGS "GOODS rr ACROSS WAS SUBMARINE VICTIM En- Vessel Said to Have Itrought Largo Survivors Say Torpedo Came Cargo of Chemicals to United tirely Without Warn-- . States. Ins. . - WUHAT I'UICHH 8UIWHH UK! SLUMP IX CHICAGO property." Flue words, brave words. Chicago, Nov. 1. Wheal price suffered n scvero setback today, falling in sumo caiea as much us C 4 cents a bushel. Apparent chances of increased tension between the United States and Germany had a decided bearish Influonce, as did pros-pect- n of imports of Australian wheat at San Francltco. , Heavy liquidation of holdings took place hero. A leading bull speculator was especially conspicuous in tho selling. Tho greatest tumble In prices showed iu tho December option, which dropped to $1.82 M, as to $1.89 at compared with $1.88 the finish yesterday. Tho close today was very unsettled, with Deconi-lie- r and May at $1.82 Vt to $1.82 to $1.82. Tltyy at U.81 3-- An Exchango Telegraph dispatch from Sklbbereen, where somo of tho survivors of tho Marina havo arrived, says that tho steamer was attackTho aubmorslblo, under liar own ed by two submarines. powor, slid into a "pocket" that had No Wnrninj?, Say Survivors. boeu prepared for her ut tho wharf, Dublin, Oct. 31, lLlGO p. m. (via at 2: SB o'clock, Tho craft's ontry London, Nov. 1, 3:05 a. in.) Tho into the harbor wan ao silent that Urlt.gU steamship Marina was only a few peraona woro awaro thatJ without warning, according she waa there. to a statemont mado by American Capt. Komi aaid that tho boat survivors of tho' vo&sol who arrived originally waa supposed to leavo on her from Dear Haven. October 1, but she waa Injured tu a Tho survivors declared that two collision and put back to port, de- torptdoee were flered at tho Marina laying ber salllug ten days. The and that tuo aubmarino watched the olearattoe papera were madu out fur boa in containing the survivors for "Baltimore or any Atlantic port." half an hrmr without offorlng assistUntil tho last three d.'.yu extreme- ance, in a statement to tho Aseclat-e- d ly rough water was encountered, Press. Capt. Koeulg auld. HUGHES INDORSES THE Men in High Spirits. CIVIL SERVICE PLAN IHaju wero mado to transfer tho Legislation New York, Oct. 30. crow to the steamer Wlllehad, whore quarters huvo boon In readiness for providing for compctitlvo appointsomo time. All tho men wero In ments of postmasters has tho endorsehealth.lt was sald.and in high ment of Charles E. Hughes, Republispirits over tho successful termina- can nomlueo for tho Presidency, according to a statement Issued here tion of the second tonight by tho National Civil Serventure Soon after tho craft was tied up, vice Reform League In a letter to a pontoon, carrying a high fonce, wa3 Gcorgo T. Keys, secretary of the swung Into position between the league, Mr. Hughes Is quoted as saydock and tho Wlllehad.' With the ing: company warehouses on one slde.thla "On account of .ray absence on camhides the paign tburs It has been impossible combination successfully , to give your letter of September . 20 aubiuurlno from vlow, tor-pdloht trans-Atlantic Now London, Conn., Nov. 1. The German submarine Deutschland arrived In tho harbor hero early this morning. Capt. Kocnlg said tho Deutschland left Ilrcmen on October 10 and made the trip hero without special incident. Tho entire crow comprises twenty-fiv- e men. Tho Deutschland appeared in. tho outer harbor shortly after midnight and proceeded to tho dock of the Eastern Forwarding Company. Capt. F. Hluch, of tho Forwarding Company, accompanied by Dr. R. E. Ulack, the health officer, and other officials, met tho subjners'lble on a tug. Tho usual quarantine regulations woro waived and the Deutschland tied up at tho dock near tho North German Lloyd steamer Wlllohad. The Deutschland was said to have a large cargo of chemicals. Damaged In Collision. London,, Oct. 31. Six Americans wero killed in tho sinking of tho British steamer Marina, according to a telegram - received by American Consul Frost, at Queenstowu, says tile Press Association. Tho telegram declared that fifty-on- e Americans had been saved. Tho Americans reported killed, the Prebs Association says, we're two men named Biyiwn two named Thomas and one named Middlcton and one Men named Millnamed Robertson. er and Davis, It Is added, were Injured. Consul Frost has arranged to take Amerthe depositions of twenty-eigican survivors, who havo proceeded to Dublin. Thlrtyfour additional survivor, including 'fifteen Americans, are expected to arrive ut Cork ht Heaver Dam, Mcllenry and Rockport. Ills speccnes wero mora of an appeal for the election of Hughes and John P. Haswell than an attack upon tho opposition. Mr. Fairbanks was exceedingly fair 1b his arguments and Democrats who heard him wero impressed with this fact. The special wus met at Horsa Branch by a local committee com-losof E. G. Uarrass, R. B. Martin and A. J. Barnett who boarded the train at that point. The distinguished visitor was Introduced at Horse Branch by Thurman P. Dixon where ho mado n fifteen minute address. Thpre wero several hundred present and good attention was glv- en wbilo the forceful remarks were being made. Beaver Dam tried heifiolf and assisted by Cromwell and Hartford sections turned out ono of the largest crowds that ever attended a political gathering. The Louisville Herald representative estimated the crowd Mr. at between 1,500 and 2,000. Fairbanks was introduced at Beaver Dam by R. B. Martin. Because of his two days. of open air speaking and strenuous campaigning the former Vice President only consumed about half of tho time there, Eugene P. Dally, of Louisville, concluding. During his talk Mr. Fairbanks referred to the one term plank adopted' by the Democratic party in 1912 and said if it was a good thing it should have been carried out and if a bad plank it should never havo been adopted. He added that tho voter? would carry out this promise.for them November 7. Great enthusiasm vtas Mr. shown by the immense throng. Daily's address was an arrangement of Democratic policies. Good crowds also turned out at Mcllenry and Rockport to hear Sened ator Fairbanks. A great demonstration was given In Owcnsboro Saturday evening and at Henderson Saturday night whero tho tour ended. EAlRIJAXK'S MOTHER DIES Vice Presidential Candidate QulW Campaign. Oct. 30. Mrs. Mary Indianapolis, Fairbanks, mother of Charles Warren Fairbanks, died suddenly hero at her home tonight. Mr. Falrbauks, who 1b campaigning In Illinois is expected homo tomorrow. Mrs. Fairbanks, who was 87 years old, had' been onjoylng good health and took a long motor ride this afternoon. Late tonight Mrs. Fairbanks became suddenly ill and died shortly after hor maid had summoned the member. of the household. She had a homo at San Diego, Cal., hut divided hqr time.' with her son here. She Is survived by four bobs ami a Fairdaugutor. Charles Warrai banks, of this city; W. D. Fairbanks and Luther M. Fairbanks, of Louis vlllo; Newton "Kulrbanka and Mrv M. L. Milllgan, of Springfield, O. MARRIAGE L1CENSU ISSUED SINCE OUR LAST KIII'ORT Oils Halton, Mugan, to Deua Hicks, Dundee. William Asbcrry, Beaver Dam, to Audrey Ellzaboth Neighbors, Beavar Dam. Jcsso Chlnn, Beaver Dam, to Elsie Lorain Romans, Beaver Dam. Eldu Her, Beaver Dam, R. 3, to Iva G. Leach, Horton. 0. II. Butler, Mcllenry to Margaret Render, Mcllenry. to Arvllle Williams, Centertown, Muttlo Jane Payton, Mcllenry. Earl Beasloy, Render, to Eva Baldwin, Taylor Mines. DESCHilES DEATH DEALING "TANKS" wMl he nmeniorod, refused Fmlton'i IT " " llll II !! DIIHIHMIiailwIIIIHna'Mi stcamao'vt. MHl. IIH1 II HSM1I an l Now Lookout. When a cold hangs on as often hap pens, or when you have hardly gotten over one cald before you contract another, lookout for yon aro FsMOlS JOYUI.I.VT KYS I1IIU.H liable to contract some very serirnuKSHAwm'- AMI ous disease. This succession of colds weakens the system and lowers tho ui) mwrincnivi: KXtii.tii. aro much more vitality so that-yoliable to contract chronic catarrh, Cure pneumonia or consumption. .. DREADNAUGHT IDEA OLD your CUIU ...l.lln juu t,m. Ptinmttav . 11 Willie a.... An.. vuaiuuti Iain's Cough Remedy has a great It Is relied upon by, reputation. Mi.uMcr Ki;hH .Snvki of la Hlble thousands of people and never disTry It. It only appoints them. Time A- KsttvnilnR I run A- costs a uuartor. Obtainable everyn Woml. Ktruvr r(1 llm n. where. rllrrt. u -i J..H.WJI Peak is Not Ml. Ij;is..cn. It. 0. Wells, describing The press dispatched was a proud the latest eruptions of Lassen Peak birthday. On sliow a continued tendency to refer S S r of a new war to the volcano as Mount Lassen. Pername bnrrsr, whuti lie decrlbd nine years haps It is thought that the correspond with those of i should a blockwho shoot over trie traps, or frdm'thc ago, as "sowKblng Q 8 some other famous peaks of the Ca.- if UCC klind, out in the big wild spots l giant dkh cover." ma- cade Knuge, sack as Mount Shasta S$T house an i m S terialized in the death - dealing or Mount Rainier. But Lassen Peak, V($qI tacs 'our ind of man to know how much Remington UMC I 1 ( IE IB MwV modern, arms, modern ammunition have done for the sport in America today. vrliicti wrought such hnvoo as the most active ail Interesting "tanks" I IK If Is esvolcano lu the United States, ForthesjorUiaanwkovaluc3theconfiMencewhicIisuierthootinqualitiejimprt,therearctLe with the Germans on the Soninie. SSS5l T pecially entitled to be called by Its a large and Wells' docr!vllon, Congress and own name, and acts of clumsy blsxk insect an Insect the Presidential proclamations In creatcruiser, crawling ing and recogutzing the Lassen Peak sfie of an iroucUd iff MM abllquely to the first line of trenched National Forest and Lassen Peak Naand firing shots out of porthoUs in tional Monument have given the Autoloading SJiot Gun Its back. The thins was putting name Lassen Peak a status of high Slide Action Pumi Gun down its feet one after another and i rank In the geologic annals of the 1 Autoloading RifJes hoisting itself farther and farther Slide Action Rejecting Rifles and Cascade Range. The area has re- It continued to over tho trench cently been set apart as the Lassen Ammunition for tvery standard male of Arm crawl until it was all over. As soon Volcanic National Park. t From one tsi of tlie continent to ike otker. ijwrUmen hive made the RfJBaH Marl of Rtminjtan UMC ttie ..'tfn of Sportimtnl gun came Into play, the monst-p- r as a Tho name Lassen Peak, according Iteidqiurtcn in ver tovn. Any portimin ilI tell you uJio anj tuhtrt tte dealer ii in tnu ection. X turned its! on end and made, to the United States Geological Surguu. but for the nearest Sold by your home dealer and 3,250 other leading merchants (in Kentucky not for the vey, Department of the Interior, Is point on its flank from which the the only authorized form on maps, C'n anJ eit ynr nun tnth JZEZT OIL, tlit cemlinativn PtmJir Solunt, LuWiaint and Kt.it Privtnutfu gunners cauM be shot down," was reports, and gazetteers', from tln THE REMINCTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE COMPANY not exactly original. Whitney Geological Survey of CaliWU Weolwcil, llaUi.i. New YtL of these The Idea fornia, lu 1SG5, to the Georaorphlc and to some extent the ap- map of California and Nevada' pub j plication of it. has existed since the Iished by the Earthquake InvestigaBible students dawn of civilization. tion Commission, as well as on the! will find many texts in the Old Teslatest map Issued by the Forest tament which they may acclaim as Service. concerning prophecies, the I.itvt Peter Lassen, tho sturdy pioneer mankilling device. who guided many an early settler to j Pov.ers Dreadful. the sunny lands of the Sacramento, "What can be a finer and terser de- lies burled in a lonely grave in Ias- - j A small, crumbling scription of the dreadful destructive sen County. powers of tlJese modern cars of Jug- monument 30 miles from the peak ' IWWJBE iiiiiiiffiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiii'itiitiDnniiniinii gernaut, which demolish houses and marks his final resting place, but his j tear down trees, than the familiar greater and more enduring monu- Terse front the Hook ot Job: "He menis are uie cuuiuy huu yean, uuiucu barn Is near the river and a wind- JUNCTION CITY SASSAFRAS The principal Government license Iron a3 straw and bras'! as in his honor by a grateful people. mill would keep his barnyard supDISTILLKItl UNiyCK I'LA.NT markets are New York and Chicad wood?,, A LOOK Lassen Peak has The rotten AHEAD plied with an abundance of fresh go. Or aalu, "After this I saw lu the piloted many an Immigrant to tho water for his stock And since the Frankfort, Ky , Oct. 24. A unique night visions, and behold a fourth mountain pass. Her Son Subject to Croup. timber Is gone, uough wind blows Industry, a plant for the extraction In tho early days of the Pacific beast, dreadful and terrible, and subject to "My son Edwin Is every day to keep a tank well fill- of the essential oil of sassafras, used strong exceedingly; and it had great Railroad surveys some pious monk (lly V. G. Benton.) ed all the time. purposes and flavoring, croup," writes Mrs. K. O. Irwin, New In called the peak St. Joseph's Mounfor medical iron teeth; it devoured and broke In my rambles over the county of I noted the disappearance of the as at Junction City, State Forester Kensington, Pa. "t put lu many nieces and stamped the resldup with tain, but the names Lassen's Peak my birth and boyhood life, I was surface spring as a source ot vtater J. K. Unrtoa reported on his retur.t sllepleH hours at night before I the feet of it; and it was diverse and I.jsswi'b Hutto soon came Into pleased to note Its many changes for supply. That is well. For the reas from that place, where he han- a force learned of Chamberlain's Cough all the beasts that were before general use. Whitney has shown the from the better, in the home life on the on that these springs as a rule were collecting tree seeds. Then are on Itemedy. Mother nued not fcnrtbls It, and It had ten horns." Daniel inappropriateness of the French term hutte, which, translated exactly, farms. Not the least In the way of not properly protected from coutlm-lnatlo- ly twelve such plants In tho country, disease If they keep a bottle of li. 7. and were carriers of disease most of them in the South, and this Chumlwrialn's Cough Itemedy In the prototype of the means knoll. As Lassen never owned uplift was the prevalence of agriAn undoubted journals and newspapers. germs, notably typhoid. house and uso It as directed. It alis the only one lu Kentucky. was used at the siege of the mountain, In later years the POS cultural .i.ii.. "tank" . . I regretted to note the appearance " ua" "BWBaper -j Sassafras, which springs upln clay ways guvc my boy relief." Obtain""i an Rhodes several centuries before the ,csslve form of the name was drop in Prince Demetrius, ped. and to correct an Illicit tendency 'Infrequent source of surprise and on several farms of the open artifi- soils and has no other commercial able everywhere. 4) m, Christalu era. And tho general average cial pond for stock water. use. Is found lu such abundance that i frm,, woii.PRtni.itfshPd 1IS. pleasure. Better wnn.ior son of a Kind ot Ahla to reduce the of Intelligence Is certainly far above fill up nil such breeding places of the plant hns a supply lu prospect A HaxftinK Cough Weakens the S!-tccity, advnuccd to the foot of the age the United States Geographic In" that mosquitoes and what it was when I lived" harborers of typhoid for u long timo near Junction City. walls, says lfereodotus, "a moving Board, In its decision of October 9, country So far, so good. But I and malaria. It is cheaper to dig Only tho roots' nro used. Don't suffer with a hacking cough citadel of wood plated with iron. 1015, olllcially recognized tho fact This plant grinds and macerates that has weakened your system get was was Impressed by the absencof some wells or cisterns than to( have to This edifice, called the Helepolis, wa3 that the name or the mountain things that will no doubt come In contend with diseases that come from 7,000 pounds vvery morning--. Tho j a bottlo of Dr. King's Now Discovery, sf prodigious size and nine stories Lassen Peak, not Mount Lasi.cn. the near future. First as to the stock drinking such filthy water. The afternoons are given over to distill In use over 40 years, and benefiting A 1-and might bo moved every way. pTTm women folks. There Is need for a milk from a herd that stands In stag- - ing. the all who v&e It, the soothing After bing macerated multitude of archers, placed on the Should Sloan's JJnlment Go Alonp? few conveniences about the home that nant ponds to drink where the ex material is carried by an endless balsam with tar heat the Irritated air For after a Of course it should! top of the moving tower, showered cost very little money and not much creta finds Its way in solution, into chain to a large steel tank, where It passages soothes the raw spots., down their arrows on tho besieged. strenuous day when your muscles labor to provide. A sanitary toilet the stomach of the cow, cannot be Is steamed, and the extract Is then loosens the mucous and prevents Tho strongest tower of Rhodes and have been exercised to the limit an room is a striking need on every either sanitary nor appetising. The carried along to another tank con- racking the body with coughing. Dr. a great part of the wall were thrown application of Sloan's Liniment will green or black "scum" that forms on taining n worm and is distilled. Tho King's New Discovery Induces niU away farm. down." take the sorenchs and stiffness Soino more modern means of gett- tho surface of such ponds, as well as steamed wood is used for fuel under ural sleep and aids nature to cul-- r you In fine shape for the Had motive power, outside of hu- and 2 war morrow. You should also use It for ing water from tho well or cistern, the mud kept in solution by the feet the boilers and tho oil Is placed In ycx. man and uon.6 been kuown, the of the Scythians, Persians a sudden attack of toothache, stiff than hand over hand lifting in a tin of tho thirsty animal that has to wade a third tank containing cold water. chariots Severe Test. wator to quench its thirst, Hero tho process Is reversed and tho and ancient Urltons would rapidly neck, backache, stings, bites and tha pail on the cud of a rope, is another into the Physician "Well, old chap, how evolved Into something many accidents that aro Incidental to llttlo chore that every farmer should cannot lie appetising nor healthful oil separated from tho water by gravhave been ity. Unlike most oils, It sinks to tho aro you fooling this morning? resembling Hie "tank." a vacatlou. "Wo would as soon leave seo to at once. The old fashioned to live stock. I feel Patient Fine, doctor a long pole balanced In While on this subject of the dairy, bottom and is drawn off and then fiour baggage as to go on a vacation ljlinJlntioa of Power.. strong onough to tackle anything tho fork of a sapling, with a small- - let me suggest that thu clean barn, ltered through paper. camp without Sloan's Liniment." Indued, II lias been the limitations or Physician Good! Hero's my bill. Tho bublnctis Is operated under a "Wo uso It er ono attached to the "sweep" at with a cemont floor preferred, but or horso and man power only that Wrltos one vacationist: tho small end and a strong bucket a woodon will do; for tho milk cows, overythlng from cramps to toothbag prevented the moving armored for Put a bottlo in your bag, bo at tha other end, such as were com- - would be a vast Improvement ovor tho bciiwt used tor centuries. ache." fort from 2 mon fifty years ago. was Tar bettor open lot. I notod somo of the women prepared and huve no regn.U. Leonardo da Vinci, the great Italian than the ropo and. pall now gonoral-- j gtiil do tho milking. If that Isnec-l- y h artist and inventor of the Fifteenthused there. That soul stirring easary, do at least provldo them Karroeo.' Notice. Century, who designed a near apsong, "The Old Oaken Bucket" re-lia clean dry shed In which to To the Farmer of Ohio County: -Hroach to a tnudern aeroplane, also The National Ottico lias nlled me urs to mo here as a reulndur of perform the task. "tauk." inveuted qjite au ther years. I was pleased to observe u tend- - to another field of labor. So tor th ! had porfectly sound idea (or the oucy ou the farms to bread Improv- - V present. I say goodbye. "How dear to my heart oaatraetinn of both flying machines od varieties of fowls. A Hock of The ISquU.7 tobacco pool U atlll Are) the aeeuea of ray childhood. Md , pure bred liens is a pleasing sight. ua take open. If you desire to hove no-to- r, When fond recollections The steam engine and the gai But 1 would suggest an Improvement G) care of you get one ot our pledgee, Keoall th am to view. however, had not leea cvolred. In hen house ootutructloii. Sanlta- - Qz. sign It and mall to Henry Plrilc. Conae4U(fUtly thu world had to wait tlon Is as essential In housing hens sV Secretary of County Union, A. 8. ot The orchard, the meadow, far these luYention until the devel-- , K., Uoute I, Hartford, Ky. as it U people. And ecouoniy In the !? The deep tangled wltdwood, owneut of uoirr produetlon brought long run, both In the feod hill ui "5 Don't negloct your local unioua. And every loved spot dwm within the range ot practlealj well us the market basket. Q Which my Infancy knew.Hemember, "united we stand; divid Au Italian engluetir, euflnetrlng. But euough hah been written along we fall." ....-- v - ed, The old oaken bucket. nmMM,A aOIII IttlHl. m this llim If the editor will permit The Iron hound bucket, M.TUX armored car. with caterpillar leW4-wheeI iuay have a suggostlon to offer rtx Ky for cllmWag. similar to those Tho inoss covered buckot, about tho orchards I saw on my visit. v" , 1,. use the United State and Ilrtt-- od. Which hung lu the well." Sincerely. .... nu. ii. ,i nil Hnuiui? iu www ,ufc wiftu. S K BLANTON, I would suggoit If a pump is not How's This? Ilalpi's invention wan driven by j State Organiser. available, that a woodon windlass ' two guns and a V9 offer One Hundred Dollars ?k Mum and carried aX. with or without a catch rachet, bet- Reward for any case of Catarrh number of riflomon. A revolving tor with one, can bo cosily tnado. It that cannot be cured by Hall's to cut down lojthe which was dovUed Is outlier to turn u crunk and wind Catarrh Cure. FOR FLETCHER'S any of tho enemy who approached up a ropo than to btrnln thu muscles F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. on each side glow to It, wus fixed We, hue and F. J. ot the arms and back In lifting n Cheneythe underaigned, years, knownbelieve for the last IS anil propelled at a furious rate by O pall of water from a deep well. Or him perfectly honorable In all business No Justification. nocoasary. stsom when tramactlons und financially able to carry over out any obligations mode by his firm. wheel pulley suspended i A llttlo learning is a dungerous. a This oar was offered to Napoleou ovor which tho ropo' NATIONAL BANK OF COMMENCE.O. I a cross-beaToledo, III and also to Lord Palmerston. It thing." ' Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken be piiai! iUMiral successful tests, but,! "Yes," replied Miss Cayenne. "But U worked would dead un Improvement acting directly upon system. Internally, the blood and weight. I saw Testimonials surfaces of the Justify some ot us over the lift by owing to tho conservatism of both that fact doesn't watering fifteen horses sent free. I'rice 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. French and British war officers In belug proud of how little we ono farmer tha Tkt UtUf FunllT Fills tor coajUpitloo, and cattle by this ropo method, Ills Washington Star. down. Napoleou I, it know." was J London, (let. IS. tho famous norelHt, man on hii flftletli that day, lit rltton Mr ll my JlsK KnowtlicCa.il sTfev btwn fil f "TOJ - , $?' jJvMrf v' W M V yM . i l &TSP MJml ir i 1 jW in s" . J i snow-cappe- I n, ''"" m. & J gt well-swee- j ?GSQa&G?$S'$SS)&'itfft SEE OUR NEW th te ,- ." PALJL "' J'v ,'JXVo Q GOODS HARTFORD, KY. vJZ" U ir. i'.tj - iS NOW ON DISPLAYS Children Cry CASTORIA Hub ClotHirtg Co. S ' mu-co- It turned QQ&WSGf&0X&$&Q$& y V rldgo that forms the north side of j before Wooilrow Wilson tho Irrcstl- - SIBERIAN TOWN TO Ithovnlloy. Tho elements nnd the bio tldo of demand rising for legishandof man hnve made great chang- lation that would free the men of tho BE AMERICANIZED en in Its size and nppenrnuco since the CLAIM sees from tho slavery of feudalism. WILSON'S days when the Santa Fe Trail pasied "Wodrow Wilson's credit In this along its base. Hero thero were 'legislative record is tho credit duo to saw the limited coming iussians pli:asi:i) with plans ntrtnv nflnill. (af. lin. i jiti thn .tatri-fc- i n man who AMj HAYS III! WAS KOIt ADA.AI- - .t..t... lltn Irnnlr ntwl limt lirnlfia I nnd tho whites, and nlso between hos- - ' ,!, PltOPOSKI) AT COUNCIL 1IWWI1 IJIU imni i..... SON IjAW I'OK FKAUOF tllo hands of Indians, for the; place get out of the way. onuuch to AT TOMSK. STItlKK. Is noted not only in plon'wcr history hi "Tho tfimplo fact It scorns not to hut in Indlnn traditions as well. many who should bo have dawned on Names nnd tuitinla of many travelquick to grnsp It- - is, that Woodrow Petrogrnd, October 31. All tho ers, from the early trappers and the Tho lluisluw Campaign Service Prtnldcncy at a Wilson came to tho tho following editorial from tlino when tho social protest of tho Russian papers are commenting on "forty-niners- " to the lator Army deTho Kind You Have Always Bought, n?il which ha been n in uso lor over UO years, has borne the slj;rinfuro of tachments, have been scratched on the New York Call In order to call nation' was rising to Its peak. Um the fnct that the Society, not long slnco estabAsiatic has been mado tinder his pcr- tJio intention of working liinn and S-j-0 cniuo nt n time when men nnd women lished In Now York, has proposed to tho smooth faces of the ledges. Hmal lJjC&TZ-?-?--. Mnce ilK itiraney. women nil over the Pnltcd States to were bound to be hoard. He came Santa Fe Guidebook, .Superintendent Allow no one to deceive In Mih. tho falsity of tho Democratic clulm nt n Hum u'limi llm first ilnfnilROS tho Town Council of Tomsk (Siberia) of Documents. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "tTust-ni-gco- rt are . to he tho friend or labor. This statu-mim- t of the old order woro doomed nnd to provldo tho town with street cars, Experiments that trilhs with nnd emSanrer the healthbut of railroads, electric lighting, canals, allows that President Wilson Infinite nud Children Experience against Impertinent. had to go. The laws that men call ; etc., and to thoroly Americanize the Sufferer From .Indigestion Relieved. who applied tho term "econonilcully good havo come to us because the "Before taking Chnmbcrlaln's TabdlmiHteroim" to the regulation hy people demanded them nml would city. lets my husband suffered for several The Russians arc much pleased nt years from Indigestion, causing htm trades iiiiIoiih of the nmoiint that not ho denied. They came as the Cosforin, Is n harmless snbstitufc for Castor Oil, Pare-pori- e, should cormtltntc a day's work, and fruit of u great, sweeping wnvo of the prospect and some romark that to have pains In the stomach and distho scheme recnlls an early- period tress after ejitlng. Drops and Soothing Syrups. Jt Is pleasant. Jb (Chamberlain's who said that the lahor organizaand capitalprotest against reaction About 1,000 Tablets relieved him of these spells contains neither Opium, .Morphine nor other JJarcoffo tions and leaders of thin country were ist combination. They had to come. of Russian history. Mibstmicc. Its is its guarantee. It destroys Worms years ago, the Russian nation sought right away," writes Mrs. Thomas ntt formidable an enemy to equality "Wodrow Wilson did not come to nnd allays Feverish ne.ss For more than thirty years ifc Vnrla-J- l, and freedom of opportunity an tho tho Presidency determined upon a guidance of the people of the Geneva, N. Y. Obtainable evCasey, lias been in constant a for the relief of Constipation, asking them for a ruling prince. capitalist class Ih not a friend of swooping program of liberal lawo. Flatulency, AVlnd Coli , all Teething Troubles and erywhere ni lountry," they said, "Is rich "Our IJJnrrhoea. lahor, hut only has simply happened Ho camo to tho Presidency a conIt regulates the Stomach and BowcI, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. ' to ho president nt tho time when the servative, If not n reactionary, with and powerful, but there is great lack The Boom In Zlne. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. demand for social and Industrial Jus out sympathy with organized labor, of order in our midst. Como nnd American zinc has never been exrule over us nnd restore order and ported in large quantities. In Jantice reached Its height. without any adequate conception of tranquility." uary, 1914, only 230 tons were shipI The editorial follows: the needs of tho people of the coun"The result was that Prince Rarlk ped nbroad, and the average for the "Wooilrow Wilson Is playing him-Hc- try or of their temper. And on the wns appointed as the first Russian succeeding five mouths fell below up In this campaign as the friend crest of a mighty wave of popular the Signature pf prince. this figure. In September of the first of lahor. Woodrow Wilson Is laying demand, which he had at times the Americans," say the news "Do the war year the exports reached the unclaim to having a progorsslve mind. good political sense not to resist ov-- 1 papers, "now proposo to repeat His- precedented height of 19,000 tons fin Ih trying to make the voters erly much, ho has carried himself to tory by taking over the role of tho In October 10,000 tons went to that he la headed for somewhere a position where he can, by drawing Varlaja of 1,000 years ago?" yet the price continued to deupon a vast reserve of bluff, declare and knows how to get there. cline. The analytic features of the "There Is something ahout the himself the champion of popular re- MIITHOIHST COXKKRKNCK products seemed to be record of the Democratic mands. COXSIDKRS UNION OUKSTIOX American zinc paralyzed by the catastrophe. They that makes Woodrow "American history knows nothing In Vllson appear to hnve a progressive more flavored with the sawdust Ting Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 28. In reply to had the world's spelter business not Kind You Have hand and did mind. And that Is where the decep- than this." proposals made at tho 191G confer the hollow of their UW VGRK CITY, 4C CENTAUR COMPANY, know It. tion of tho people, conies In. ence of the Aictuotiist episcopal I,ook (iooil Keel Good. There Is no lack of zinc in "There are thousands who will not Church, regnrding the question of the Germany, Austria, Belgium, analyze deeply enough to determine No one can either feel good nor union of the Methodist Episcopal whether Woodrow Wilson really has look good while suffering from con- Church, the Methodist Episcopal Italy, Spain, Russia, Northern France, a proRresslve mind, or whether lie stipation. Get rid of that tired, Church, South, and the Methodist all havo it; Australia has great zinc deposits have becnnewly opmerely appears toi have onf. Yet draggy, lifeless feeling by a treatProtestant Church, the college of mines; that is Just what every voter ought ment of Dr. Klin's Nw Life Pills. bishops of tho Methodist Episcopal ened in Burma and Siberia, but the! to undertake to tlnd out. Iluy a box today, tnke one or two Church, South, today Issued a state- concentrates of all these mines are smelt"Let us do a little analysing now. pills In tho morning that ment declaring that the action of the reduced In German-controlle- d In Germany aud Belgium. us take the principal points in stuffed, dull feeling Is gone and you lift church "must be determin- ers located southern 25c at your ed by its commissioners appointed When th,e war hroko out Great Britthe Wilson record and see what they feel better at once. No Money look like. - six years 'ago on tho joint commis- ain found herself with an abundant druggist. f inAdvauce "During the Wilson administration supply of zinc ore and wholly InsufSatinfuo sion of federation. we got lOlght-IIolaw for railroad to smelt more than a Protection "Refused. tion Guar The statement said to be the. un- ficient plants We got the Femoral Child nnteod men. "We now hear fine words as to animous action of the southern bish fraction of It. Thus the United States LowcH(Net twinkling became the sole source We got the Seamen's our duties to the world. Wo are told ops, Lahor lnw. calls attention to the fact that In a Fnct y all tho warring law. Those are the high lights In that wo are now to servo the world, Pricnn t the suggestions of the joint commis- of metallic zinc for except the central powers. And the Wilson record that "look good" that we have the best genius In the E a,H i .. J ratified by tho Mctho-dli- jt world Teriiib A H d go deeply Into world, but 'wo have never thought sion havo been of the brass to those who do not zinc constitutes '111 Protestant Church and by tho Saving oi things. of using that genius outsldo of our Southern Church also with a "single Indispensable in the manufacture of SlOO to "Now, let us bee In a very dispas- own markets.' It Is said thatVc Important ammunition. Early in 1913 the Am$2O0Facmodification' producers, focusing their From sionate way how much credit Wooil- have provided machinery for brauch P A. STARCK lu discussing the proposals the erican zinc tory Direct ft&8IOENT eyes upon world conditions, suddenrow Wilson deserves for these laws. banks abroad. Hut what avails such bishops' statement declares: law for railroad words when wo do not protect Amly realized that the power to lis the "The Klght-Ho"Tne hlsfory of Southern Methomen was not something devised hy erican lves and American property price or spelter had passed from dism Is not something to bo ashamed i Woodrow Wilson and advocated hy abroad? Tho ndequato protection of Missouri. So they took of no matter Into what alliances Frankfortxto Wo 'Will ship you o teautlJu! Starck Piano for 30 davs' free trial, In your hi in or his party as a great humani- 'American citizens and their Inter- may enter in the future, we should a deep, Joyful breath and proceeded we home. No cash payment required. All we ask It that you will play upon, usa not tarian measure. It was not some- jests abroad according to their right go Into them not crawling upon tho to fix the price. nnd tost this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you da you t'ntl It the liave ever, highest Krade, sweetest toned anil finest piano In every way, that thing for which Woodrow Wilson under international law Is the corner- They sent zinc up a cent, 2 cents, that seen for the money, you are at perfec liberty to send It back, and we will. In you, uplifted faces nnd earth, but with ways. T j Starck Piano must make good with It was not a i stone of a policy to promote American fought and suffered. event, pay the freight both It leaped oven 3 cents at a time. uDTibated 7 or thpie la no sale. part of his program. enterprise throughout the world. from 5 cents In January to 27 cents Easy Payments Save $150.00 or Mort "Nobody knew that Woodrow Wil- This protection has been deliberately la June, closing tho year 1915 at 17 Why Endure Summer Colds? You pay no cjsh down, but aflv 30 dayr We thip Jlrctt to you from our actoy, at law for and deplorably refused by this Adson favored an clgW-hou- r cents n pound. price that rave you upwards of $150.00 in Jj of inai. tou on ixgm luyimm on vc uw Ml isn't necessary to have n stuffed l piano cot ol our piano, we guaranttc to furnish trt, rasirt ttnrn .railroad men until 400,000 railroad ministration." Charles E. Hughes, lnrod, running nose. To cough your In September of the presnt year manufacturer. Thcce terms are arrjnisd to jpu a bttUr piano for the mewy tlian you can Hiit your ccntmimce, and it '1 pff'lhle for men declared that, unless they got Ualtiniorc You atr awrurM of niipg elMwliire. It was still bringing 9 cents a pound, head off as It were. All you need you to buy a pinna for your borne, without a Ki'.factory sweet toned djraLle liigti crads . day, there would be a an eight-hou- r twlco the average price of tho last , puno. rairiwu fie rocn'y. do is to uso Dr. Bell's rt 'Wanted Store. orarcK, strike that would paralyze tho na15 years, notwithstanding a producTho soothing nnd houling balsams :raa!e! A huge eating competition had open tion's commerce. 2nd -- Kand Bargains the clogged air passages and In tion almost double that of 1913. NevErrr 8larck Piano ! Starck riajtrV'mi ir V7 "In tho startling presence of over- been held by somo brawny sous of u short time you get relief and start er before had the zinc districts of piaranteed for 25 yttn. zvt eenit.mlv on hacd the l"t and dici.' tnutl-la- ! guarantee has back TM a large number ot liebtly used i xta Pl'Ter Pi- - v whelming might Woodrow Wilson toll, nnd ouo of the competitors had on tho road to recovery. Your nose Missouri, Oklahoma, of New Jersey ;uncs ei au oi it cir 35 ynrt ot piano ar.d Kuil-Larj- i narkct. TwU w oi y ii succeeded In disposing of a leg of stops running, you cough less and and the far west experienced greatMpcrirnce, and the nari'lard ma'rfcs uWn in was converted to the with tLc n in. exier ii'W Surek tfanoi rf an clusive fiaturra if thco pres- mutton, a plentltul supply of vegeIdea, and In tho responsible p ano house. The follow. end better. Get er prosperity and probably they wonderful ir.ftrum.i. i, and ence i)f this name an'tghty mass of tables ami a plum pudding, the whola you know you aro gatting, Keep a lew icmpla bcrgalss: ise will be pVawd Wth the will never again see a period Hkt it, what a bottle, uso as directed. 50 Free Music vi ry lnw pricet uhicli ."Wtbir $110.00 men Congress passed tho Adamson washed down with copious draughts Is loft as u cough and cold lnsur-znc- c. Scores of new mines wore opened, i Ik- - sift .cJ. i Ih.y I ft lessens Sleinway 92.00 of beer. bill. D0.0Q 2 especially in the Joplln district; old ' Piano Boo!; Free Chickcriag To fvrry purchaser of He was unanimously declared the & ii(l touav for v ir new cannot be much credit givStarck l'iano, w Rie IrnJ "Thero KirabiU . 95.00 o- mines unable to operate when zinc pUno music lessens, in one rf winner, nnd was beingrlumphantly 195.00 Uautilully iIlci.;Kil wi a Staick 1 rought only 5 cents a pound started en to Mr. Wilson for the Klght-Hou- r imiKP ITEMS. Uolc which gi t the bcl kin schools in largo amount of InformaCnicnco. TIo lessons you escorted home when ho turned to hi Scad fo.-- our latest complete poultry up ngiiln. JJlnc oro that was dump-- ) law. Sorghum Is a valuable tion regarding pun. This vn tlte In your own home, liok will lTiUrttit and "Tho Federal Child Labor law admirers and said: ly mail. Tula n presents Second band bargain list. feed. cd, zinc tailings ami the leanest oi plcare ycu. Write today. one year's fne Instruction. "Don't tell my wlfo about this or came after years of patient agitation. Tho IS states are now spending zinc deposits were worked up. And 1313 Sfarck nUi., CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. Men and woinun had clamored f'ir she won't give nie any dinner." JiSO.OOO.OOO a year on good roads. the established zinc producors fairly u law year In und year out, discauso losses spouted dividends. 1914 ' H.ch Prior to Diseases of animal playing heroism and doieriuluat.oM of $212,000,000 a year In the United tho Butte & Superior had paid no Much of this loss is pre dividends of $2,- on its capital that wero Inspiring and Umutltul In States. the face of a cold and calcul'iti' g 700,000; since then this ono nilno has ventable. ' v inpltallst legislative system. Wash water used In tho chum disbursed over $40,000,000 to Us ag"Through years of uorxnttent During the first six should be approximately the same stockholders. itation tho demand grow to proportemperature as tho butermllk, or months of 191G It was producing tions that could not liu'lgnored. So, within 2 degrees of It. zinc at tho rato of 180.000,000 ; J now wo havo a child lahor law that Some Have to Keep on Until More than 200,000 boys and girls pounds a year, with a profit of a. mil-- ; J They Almost Drop. How were enrolled in 1915 In agricultural lion a month. Tho Interstnte-Calla- Ms said to mean freedom for 350,000 , f child slaves, though It leavts still and canning clubs conducted cooper- han, an Idaho zinc producer, saw its mrs. oniey neip. brusome millions enchained under atively by the State colleges and tho shares slump to 50 cents a few years Hero is a Jctter from a woman who department. ago. In tho year preceding the out- -' J tal and savago state laws, against work, but was too weak and suf. which Woodrow Wilson has directed had to too It Is' estimated that the man who hrcak of tho war operations showed fered much to continue. How eho Liietimo experience with best of workmen, andean no attack and no attention. ships 20 cars of grain containing adriicit. sinco April. 1015. 14.000.. wgained health : "Woodrow Wilson cannot claim Call me on Hartford Frankfort, Ky. " I sufTered so much 20 per ceut of molsturo pays freight 000 havo been paid out In dividends J give any roforonee desired. n,wl in . much credit for a law brought Into with female weakness that 1 could not on 1 car of excess water, uslngi 15 tiuu tbn uhnvna tllmhl ,v 497 'Phr .. . . .... . "LT..4r..l IT... irMi being after years of struggle by an do my own work, per cunt moisture as u basis. Now Jerso- - Jilnc Company In 18 . 1 uiu -- 0., jmuuu, ur uuuiu&s niu in naruuiu, people and wet nway had to hire it done. awakening Tho population of tho United Stat months declared dividends In excess I hoard so much es has Increased by 21,000,000 pco-)with it. 115,000,000 and tho Caledonia 's about Lydia E. From plo in the last 15 yeare, and the nura- - produced Tim Seaman's law, a really magsimilar Vegetable bur of boiif animals lias decreased "The Oreatest Miningresults. in Ills- Iloom nificent pleco of legislation, caino to Compound that I i,lk r nnn nnn ni.l lini-tir..i..... .. .w,. in (Mt finn iuij, m 1... iiuuui tr . iirMni.ii,n i "" us nfter n struggle keener tbau that iijr n iiuvumti tried it. 1 took three u.vvv.vvu linn Labor law. which brought the Child bottles and I found whilo hogs have Incrcasud ouly 11,- j American UhvIbw ot Hevlnws for Oc- - iWe KnOCKthe SpOlS UUtOI llllDgC.a itolipr. 1910. 000,000. ifc- - to bo all you Tho man who can claim credit for --- claim. Now I feel as that luw, lit the fuco or tho tweuty "Wo hao got to learn In this well as over I did und years' struggle of Andrew Furuseth "for that law, Is bold and brazen, Inam able to do all my country and It Is Illustrated In oth-- 1 FOR FLETCHER'S own work nnain. I or ways nuslilQH tuo Aiiuuiboii mw Fifty-tlv- o typewriters Lesdeed. If any one man wrote the SeaFrench Dry Cleuued and Pressed In a American statute recommend it to any woman suffering that you cannot afford to glvo up sons ixplutucd by Moving Picmen's law Into tho Superior Manner. You may pub- principltM In tprror. AVo cannot affrom female weakness. "-S-y- . .' book, then that man was Andrew lish ture machine. Set en Inu JAMBB iry letter if you wi.di. Send us )our Gurmonts nnd H&tc "Kunny thliiK about a Iawyor." g. any ouo class put that CoKu.r.DlG St. Clair St.,Frnnkfort,Ky. ford to Imvo ulthur a turrorlzutl ruruseth. If Thoin ur an ntliilliil(rti(iii "How's that?" on tho hooks, then that clftt Telegraphy, Steuotypy, law No woman suffering from any form of "He yets a good practice hy holp-Iii- k Musi:, Primary Hormwl. was tho worklug claim. It l not to female troubles should lobe hope until whleli lutlluntos terror with i impot to CLEANED CLEAN Involving jiullUofil oxiwtll-ency.ieo)I out of tbe hcrapes their credit of Wooilrow Wilson ilmt h lia Riven Lydia E. Pln'.hun's Veg- a matter the teatbem. Moderu wiulp- -' Packages called (ur and delivered. - had practices get them into." -- t'hwrlen M. Hughe. Uoulsto be President when etable Compound a fair In- - luippeuoU Posi'k'U went aaaurod. m. Vwn,l vllle. Tills f'imous reieeiU, t! It K. rather, tli n lnw wee enacted r.tt IiU' H' ll'll'K J "I. THE F1.ITE PRESSING CLUB i Do lull Have Sriii Sliiiiuifli? !" m r Cii nt. o v i" 'in" i,i tho elernul II VOU LTV l I'll '!' vl ltorfc ttlh H"M Illtri.t' ...! Vay, lroi. II' '' ''''I "'" Jffr v KOUO M! ! DoviecS ,u t ill i:i t. mini ol h U nt li College ' i i Ml to rH II KllfKO, Kl Vil i't I, l- ln",l oikJ thonmtfittf. mautloW, ti ' ,, in jjf lMv tnen mMMtPl (5honlaiM, Ta?. Polletle saw long bev Mor KV. SOCIALIST VIEW OF Children Cry for Hetcherrs I I ..... K Uusso-Ainorlca- nl Mi'lM-'rvIsloi- i jm What is CASTORS A ne - GENUINE lf yEears CASTOR A ALWAYS he-Jii'- Eu-rop- o, e la Use For Over 30 Years The Always Bought Eu-rop- o; Starck Pianos I one-thir- ur 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL isll .ls?Rtf er cs-- III iS 3'lne-Tar-Hon- eight-hour-dn- rrpo-tatlc- g Plajer-IMano- I HELP FOR 04 WORKWOMEN; uoi ITHOS. B." Plasterer, ecorator and! Contractor. ..!.. MOSS I jv. i: 0f Pink-ham- .... -- lald iw Ohildren Cry CASTO R IA Ladies' and Men's Garments 1 Mrs. Uool-keepin- trt "- -l. t.-i- l '"'' - l'ano i i i . riiec;o-- , ivn:i, M- - .ru.U X kwrtford Kepuolican. aWor.l. Ky.. .ntfi rror.lln;.to mo Inw nt the FmtotfK ronlUr ol th Mcornl public. Isn't that enough for one man? No one denies thnt fact that Haswell la capablo and would be an He lieedsiour honor to the District. vote Tuesday to make suro hlsfclec-tlon- . Editor MMKOK J. HARNETT Commenting on ministers working TINSLKV,. .llifdncss Manager S. for the election of Hughes the News says they had betto nil communications gldroGS ter be attending to their rcllgloup Hartford Republican. alTalrs. Yrtt tho same publication tells In another column, with evident NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS dabMrUrH dmlrluK th pawrintto n new pleasure, of two preachers having tAttrt uiOKt Rl ttie ull 'l " I n""111"? ll,, taken tho stump for Wilson. As the Hartford negro said on the witness Baftd!" t.wiln nml Nntio lOe per line unit .c stand after ho had dodged tho point lnertlin, mlilltlonnl par line for ObltonrieK. Itmnlntlon nn.l Cnrd o( Th mk..V as long as he possibly could, "Hint's n boss of another color." ftttmn-- iiowy In uilviitn-Sotlf fur itIcm free, bnt other Si- ht line. lrtTertlennti. A profound impression was made will recelro no Anonjmouii cuiiiiiiiinktitlou upon his hearers by Charles Warren ttertlon Fairbanks during his short visit to TEI.aPII31"EC. 2.S3 Ohio county. Mr. Fairbanks Is a xm'boi:aE.d ....... ...- man, typo of American splendid CO yrnaoie lii3.fu.al...... learned, kind and alncore. Altho handicapped by a strenuous campaign VRIPAV, NOVEMI1KH It. his words fell true and to tho point. A voto for the Republican ticket means a vote for this man, who is REPUHLICAN TICKET. certainly one of the greatest our neighbor State ever produced. President, t Hllza-bcthto- i It, f . - For CHARLES EVANS HUGHES. For Vice President, .TIARLES WARREN FAIRBANKS. For Cosgress, JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. For County Attorney, A. D. KIRK. r.ongressman Johnson lias lieen in long enough. John Haswell has made good In everything he has ever undertaken. Give him a chance. After March 4 the question will .again arise, "What shall we do with our We could hardly listen to Ed Morrows address yesterday for thinking what a good Senator he would make. We have an Inkling that Barks-dal- e Hamlctt sure did buy some writing fluid while he was Superin- tendent. man In a fenses. The business country town expects It and he Is preafter to have pared the morning things put back In order good natur edly. But to everything there is a limit. A bunch of smart lads, we hope they thought they were having fun, Tuesday night did considerable damage to business houses In Hartford by smearing tar, or pitch, promiscuously over the windows, The wnlls and faces of buildings. remains of this pitch will be seen In spots for years because It leaves n stain that can hardly be erased. Jlart-for- d Tliero- were some sore meu-l- a Wednesday morning, which is but natural. A lesson needs be taught and It may soon be forthcoming. Tho lads who put the soap on the windows and hung the gates and chairs on telephone polls can be for given, but the roughneck that used the tar should have administered n good old fashioned licking. - At a certain age the Halloween prank buds In every fellow's system and conservative Halloween pranks are not looked upon as criminal of- nn eyo tooth without anaesthetic If they thought It would Increase his majority. And wo might add Hint some men of Mr. Johnson's own party nsked their Republican friends to nominate Haswell becauso they wanted to vote for him In the flnnl. Ono who earns his livelihood by tolling In n distillery Is entitled to Mite Just the same as Mr. Johnson nnd If Haswell was his selection, that's all right. Tho negro has bewi voting for mnny ytfars nnd In Kentucky wo don't bar him from voting for whom ho pleases. Tho trouble with Mr. Johnson Is, he's up to Jils chlu. He has never had a fight on like this and he has He cannot attack n whiff of defeat. Mr. Haswell'8 record for the record Ho stoops, thereIs abovo reproach. fore, to uso this njcthod. Johnson's own supporters aro disappointed. The people of the Fourth District expected a clean race. So far as Haswell Is concerned they have had It and bright and early Tuesday morning they will show Just how they feel about It. Mr. Haswell has made a thorough and splendid canvass-o- f the District. In order to get a Johnson man to talk these days you'vo got to start It, and If ho Is defeated we aro of the opinion that tears won't fall like April showers In Ohio county, even among those who aro going to vote for him. Guardsman Arrested. Houston. Tex., Oct. 31. Corp. M. H.'Dillard. of Georgia National Guard and formerly principal of a grammar school In Atlanta, is under arrest here charged with the burglary of a The offense is alleged to have been committed while the Georgia 'roops were staying In Houston on their way to the border. n. HAJIVEY PREDICTS HUGHES VICTORY UIVKS Worth Careful Thought Do you rend the Inbel to know whether 3'our baking powder is made from cream of tartar or, on the other hand, from alum or phosphate ? Royal Baiting Powder is made from cream of 'tartar, derived from grapes, and adds to the food only wholesome qualities. Other Daking powders contain alum or phosphate, both of mineral origin, and used as substitutes for cream of tartar , because of their cheapness. Never cacrifice quality and for low price. healthful-nes- PROBABLE MAJORITY OF BETWEEN 115 AND 175 ELECTORAL VOTEh. ALWAYS CLOSE GUESSERi Predicted Hughes' Nomination Ami 'd Ono Slate Four Only Years Ago. Ml-M- Four Now York, N. Y Oct. 29. years ago Col. George Harvey guessed wrong as to only one State In his election forecast. In 190S he was only seventeen elcctorlal votes out of the way, and In 1904 only twenty-two. bo-for- s " STRAY STREAKS. (By Fluke McFluke.) the meat man's roast and steak in a wire basket, but lately said meat man had to put a board bottom in the basket In order to keep a 40 cent steak from sifting through. Bill Burton says boy used to deliver A customer bought a piece of cheese ot tho Hmberger variety at a local restaurant the other day and when the restaurant man placed Mild llmburger upon the scales to weigh ,t, a couple of mice that had madi their winter's bed in the scales immediately moved to other quarters. Tho little mice probably thought they scented trouble. e In April of tho present year, New a single State had Indicated a preference for the nominee, he closed an analysis of the political situation under the heading, "Nobody for Hughes but the people," with the positive prediction that "Rightly or see to It that full military honors arc wrongly, wifely or not, the will of shown the (lend from the field of It would be more to the the people will prevail nnd Charles Currlzal. Evans Hughes will be the next Re- purposo If It were engaged In teachpublican candldato for President of ing their murderers thnt treacherous attacks upon American soldiers the United States." In the North American Review to can not be palliated ami atoned for be published tomorrow, Col. Harvey with soft words and. the gracious of prisoners captured. predicts tho election of Hughes as, Mexico In belligerent ami olfeuxlve certain. It details as follows: Elcctorlal votes essential to a terms untitled us that tho American 2CC forces In Mexico would bo permitted choice northto move In but one direction Certain States. They inado their threat good Mr. Hiighos will ward. Wo predict thnt at Cnrriznl. Ever since, our forces carry these States: In Mexico hnve steadily been with13 California drawn toward the border, Just as 7 Connecticut s Why should not Mexico demnuded. t Idaho Cnrranza employ friendly words In 29 Illinois Could we his latest cnmunicatlnn? . 1.1 Iowa possibly afford better evidence de10 Knusns spite what wo may say, thnt we are Maine yielding to his contemptuously wordIS Massachusetts ed edict, then what has transpired IT. Michigan since the affair at Cnrriznl? 12 Minnesota Union. 4 Hampshire : New ro-tu- rn ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. York with liU ton, spent hist week-en- d cousins, Messrs. Frank nnd Marshall Mrs. Daisy Wright returned Tuesday, nfter nn extended visit with rel-atlves In Louisville. The senior class of W. K. S. entrr-tnlne- d the faculty and Junior claw with n Hnlloweon party Tuosdny nt the homo or Miss Itilh Gray. The house was urtlstlc.illj decornted In autumn lenvos and favors, nine tho "Junior cl.its colors. Toward tho close of the evening a delightful lunch consisting of sandwiches and chocolntc was aen-e- d Misses IfecYe, to the following: Zalone Allen. Addle Taylor, Key Napier, Angelln Mnddox. Ireno lthoad. Anna Alford, Eva Stewart, EtlitJ Hnys, Ruby Dunn, Ilertle Renfrew, Ilnltzell. Kabu, Mattle Kathleen Mary Davidson. Norma Ross, Lockv Austin. vMury June Maddox, Hurki Nnpler and Ella McKenney. Mssrs. Claude Sliultz, Aaron Ross, Glemien Stevens, John Park, Milium Taylor, Edwiird Taylor, Dewey lirowii. llaruard, Marhhull Harues. Arch lo Davis. Orinnii Taylor, Carl Miller. Hamilton Render, Thompson Taylor. Omar Mulliall. Illthird Dnss. Whlt-tle- r Rogers. Cecil Taylor and Frank p g, Hnf-loweKd-g- Panics. ..... Mnn-cho.st- New Jersey I) -- washed forgotten his record as Governor of New York. The bosses did not want Hughes because they knew he could The American people are Hughes' not yield nt their command. But from among the masses of the bow. They bossed him out of the Supreme Court, and they, and only Republican party, tho laborers, the they, will continue to boss him, for farmers, men of all professions, the the public desire Is tho governor of Hughes' boom was born. It grqw and expanded until the nomination hip actions. of the former Justice became a dedefeated and mand. Tho people's candidate was If you want Johnson iniply do not vote for him you are easily nominated and he Is now on not carrying out your convictions. the last lap of his race to the presCross over and vote for Haswell idency. If Hughes Is elected President he thereby making your voto doubly efwill be obligated to no set of men for fective. no one man nor no group of bosses Cries Democratic voters should not mind brought about his nomination. letting the Republicans have one by the Democrats that ho will bo dicCongressman in the Fourth District. tated to aro ridiculous; cries that he They haven't been represented in tho would get us Into war are worse than ilouee einco gray haired men wore 'ridiculous. Ho owes no one but the curly locks. people for his nomination and their wishes alono will be his guiding star. If you are a Republican go to tho Ho wants no war and will employ evpolls Tuesday and vote the ticket. The ery honorable means to avoid it. Ho Constitution gives you tho right to will go no further than honorable joie and you are not doing your du- and dlgnllled means. And Isn't that ty when you fall to exercise that the desire of the people? right. Ask your neighbor to help In bpite of attempts of tho oppo-sltig- n you elect John HnsweU 10 Congress. to throw a Into the voters with cries of war, etc., tho same Mr. Morrow wound up the Hepub-tjca- n great power that brought about the campaign In Hartford yesternomination of Charles Evans Hughes day. About all there- Is to do now will bring about his election Tuesday, in to round up the scattering vote. namely, the common pooplp who want If you know of a Republican not lit protection. Will you bo ono or the habit of voting take him to the them? jnrtl8 Tuesday and let's poll a whop-jfl- r. Remember Haswell. HOW WOULD YOU IIKANI) THIS? In his speeches over the District Tho editor of tlfii Hartford Herald Ben Johnson accuses Haswell of beniIujb our deepest sympathy in his by negroes and disy ing nominated nths. Wo enthusiastically cheer ev-v- tillery laborers. We .aro reliably inscore ho makes in his buttle for formed that ho btated at Hprsq Quick recovery and ardently hopo Branch that ho got his Information ihot victory will soon bo his and that from tho stub of tho poll books. Now resume tho position at his he Way to a toot j this chnrgo doesn't nmount rtofik before the passing of niuny more j from tho horn of a distant Ford but tfays. it does show tho tactics being cm- -' In ployed by Johnson for Both sides In tho present campaign claiming tho uurth. Thuy, ospo-cial- tho first placo any man with a slight ore the managers, aro oxpaoted to, smattering of gray matter who Iiut The Republican Is slncore In the would stop aud think for a minute ballot Unit the battle U won for would kuow that such Information not Hugh. Harwell has a flattering couldbooks.be 'bad from th stubs of n'. if enough voters who poll ojiaue In tho second place the ' paenla proimed their support sake - know bow Haswell was nomlnttlL!. pits! their woid be will be electThose who supported htm believed him the best man for the place aud ha 'got it. His opponents are bow out lo l U.'v !n a change waiting for Mm and men who voted should by all means Johnson pgrt Hsivdl frr C'tifrc-- " .1 ' to 'iV'l .! i i 'he " ba. .'.. r a wild wave wavered and What do we owe to Mr. Wilson? THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE. Didn't he promise, through the DemLet us go back for a few minutes ocratic platform, to step down after to the days proceeding the Republic-ni- l one term? Convention of 1910. It will ha Bring your hoe and basket early remembered that Mr. Hughes did not Tuesday morning and let's do a lit- seek the nomination for President ot tle digging In Mr. Johnson's potato tho United States. The great JusThe land Is not posted, you tice was at that time satisfied with the position ho held and did not anknow. nounce himself a candidate for the Democratic newspapers have been highest ollice. He had been polititryluG t0 wave public sentiment to- cally obliterated for several yearn ward Wilson for sometime but the but the great common people had not against tho Fairbanks. ' New Mexico New York North Dakota Oregon Pennsylvania Uhodo Island South Dakota Utah Vermont Washington Wyoming .' 14 3 4i HEAVER Nov. 1. DAM DEPARTMENT. , 5 ft 3$ 5 5 Miss Annua Harues Is tho guot of Miss Flora Lee Ilirkhead ut her home In Owensboro, HiIh week Miss Era Gardner, of Glcudalc, is visiting Miss Myra Flener and other ;.... . .. 4 friends this week. Mr. Neal llnrnes, of South Carroll- - UuriicB. 4 7 3 - i ly ' jte S oe-tt- ly 2C9 Total ..". Henry Nail says that a man might Wo expect that Mr. Hughcswlll a 42 centimeter and start Al take Barnett on his long, long Journey carry these: 15 Iudinnn toward glory (?), but It's absolutely Wisconsin . '13 useless to try rat poison on Al for he Is 110 lb the shade against that 28 Total stuff. AVo believe that Mr. Hughes will carry these: Deep down, yes even to the 3 Deleware . . . .' end of the very longest root of 24 Ohio our wicked old heart it does us some S Maryland good to learn that a few of our fellow beings arc interested in and miss us ' 35 Total when we fall to show up In Sunday Conceded To WIImhi. school. Wo allot to Mr. Wilson, beyond If some people could bo induced to question: 12 Alabama throw that old aud much used ham9 Arkansas mer awny and put in more ot their 0 Florida valuable time In tho utc of another Georgia It tool, viz: saw wood, and say losu, .'. 12 Virginia ;.. much postering and vexatious noise 13 Kentucky might be eliminated. 10 Louisiana 10 Mississippi Mrs. Martin says, since Kan fie in12 North Carolina troduced Charles' Fairbanks at Beav.' . 10 Oklahoma er Dam, the other day, all ot his old ' 9 South Carolina stiff "katies" aro about two sizes too 12 Tennessee small for him. Mrs. Martin presumes 20 Texas said "katies" have drawn up or something. 119 Total Wo regard as doubtful: Perhaps wo aro as anxious ubout, 3 Arizona and as much interested In the here0 Colorado after as tho average traveler, tho wo 18 MlF.souri may not be saying qulto enough. Yet 4 Montana wo wo havo a notion that when S Nebraska must leavo this vineyard on tho Jour3 Novada ney to tho other shores, wo don't es8 West Virginia .'. pecially deslro to be hand cutfed to a sour faced, nover smiling, keep out 50 ' Total of God's fresh air and sun light sort Grand TotaLs. of person, especially it said fellow 332 traveler sticks his or her chin Into Hughes M'J ouo of our eyes and sneerlngly units Wilson 50 v Doubtful If "fish bit any Sunday." Hughes auroly wins. Probable Bill Riley says that if thu doublo majority for Hughes between 145 and Jointed, gander shanked yaller ham- 175. mer who smeared that coal tar on lib sign post the other night ever hns "Willi h, Wait, Wobble, WlUittrnu." Tho niost complete, comprehonslvo stamina and brains sutllclent to grow tuz on tho thing ho calls his face, ho definition of the Wilson policy toward would liko vory much to shuvo him Mexico may ho summarized In four words watch, wait, wobhlo, withJust ouo tlnio. draw. We have watchod, Interminhand wo walk- ably. We hare waitod, until all reWith ed rlftA an to Morrow yesterday, a spect for American authority below thins others are perhaps dolnc to- the Rio Grande la gone. We are wolib!'ir, have been tvor since Mexday. c have ico became ,n iw u i. '41 ' IMKTVORD PBKSBlIfO CUtyt t ti become the Iau4.i1 Clothes cleaned and pressed. ii world. And we art. guaranteed. Porehtng'a base is now within a pairing. Satisfaction dred, instead of two hundred, Kile Work called lot Md delivered. Wm far-there- st Corn Potatoes Onions Will pay 80 cents fper bushel for good corn in the shuck. ......' $1.50 for good, select Irish pota-toe- s. PotatoOnions"$1.00 per bushel In Merchandise. Bring in your Corn, Potatoes, Onions and other rroduce and get your 5uppuco ivi mc &ecuuii. ' n- '' E. P. Barnes & Bro. Bevtar Dum, Ky. . ! I . hn ? ' -- -'- ' "' I t K!) M' I p. r.V :. A'"' i'i .' trtlon will yi .t-- tftievv4Avvilvi,i.M.M a LV W Your Attention, Ladies Wo want every lady h Ohio county to know that we are prepared to supply your special wants in lira. M W Harnnnl nnd family PASTOR RUSSELL left Tuesday for Ada, Okla., where they Join Mr. Harnnnl to mnko their OILS ON TBAIN homo. Mr. Clnrenco Harnnnl will remain In Hart font for the present. Loan wanted In Muhlenberg, McLean, Daviess, Webster, Hutler nn.l PROMINENT RELiniOUK WOKKKIl s real Ohio counties on good STRICKEN 1JY HEART cstnto for G years. FAILURE. W. II. PARKS, Hartford, Ky. SOtf first-clas- .1. C, Ilcr will pay In trade to-da- y Clocks, Coat Suits, Etc. 1 Waists in all the leading fabrics. Skirts in the newest Coats and Coat materials. Suits in various weaves. Our merchandise was bought before the big advance, hence-w- e can supply you at a price 8Ughtly JltMVO ISlSt A Redingote Costume McCall Pattern No. 7461. one of the miny new dlEn Vor November cnnonn'a Ladies' Boots In patent or dull finish kid, with bonis heel, 20-butt- I top. City prices $." and $li-o- ur Would it not bo wise to buy at home? price 3.50. Hosiery and Underwear The Black Cat Hosiery and the Monarch Underwear aro in a class to themselves. None like them for wear, stylo or durability. Millinery special needs in Millinery, and other things that are essential for your winter necessities, and relnember that IT PAYS 'j;0 'URADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Don't forgot that we are prepared to supply your JkbMGb, Sfsxa Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER it. U, II. Ar. Irvlngton .. 5:3n p.m. Lv. Irvlngton .. 5:UG p.m. Ar. Louisville . ":40 p. m. No. Ill Lv. Louisville . 8:35 a.m. Ar. Irvlngton ..10:0G a. m. Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch M.,nII. & K. K. K. TIME TAULT. South Hound, No. 1J5 8:45 a. m. Duo at Hartford North Hound, No. 114 5:55 p. m. Duo at Hartford (Both "Mixed Trains.) & 8T. Ii. K. R. TIME TAHLH. No. 113 duo at Ellmltch S:32 p.m. No. 110 duo nt Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. 3:40 p.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch t .. I ... Personal News i and Social Events. S. O. Kcown nnd wlfo returned from Loulsvlllo Sunday. Just received big shipment of choicest candles nt Hers. Owensboro Wagons" coif lit had at lSt2 Acton Uros., Hartford, Ky. hus accepted Miss Harriett Klener u position In tho Sherlff'tomco. cottage, In Kor IteiTtT A'Gm-oou- i Apply at this olllce 6tf good repair. Mrs. lraBcan lj accompanlng her husband on his trip through Oklahoma. Kor Sale HouscTand lot iu Hartford. Cheap at $350. Apply at this office. . Miss ElTa McKcnncy, "of Heaver Dam, has recovered from a slego of malaria fever. Mrs. J. B. Howo, of Owensboro, Mr left yesterduy after u visit with and Mrs. II. D. Walker. visit-M- r. 13tf Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W.Riley to uml Mrs. IMill May returned Wednoedey- Ilgpkliwvllla Trwle Nice Hare Pen- - Snlb Colt. Addrese DR. J. 8. BEAN. HrtHtf Ky. . Card, or Horse Branch. Mr R ' L. T Riley has bought tho Interest of his former partner, Fred Cooper. In the Queen Restaurant. Mr. Floyd Davis, who has been living In Arkansas for tho past six: years, has returned to Hartford It. 4, to re side. his Mr. J. P. Stevens assumed duties as Assistant Post Master at the local post olllce on November the 1st. A full lino (if ri'rogress Hot niast Heaters, Cook Stoves and Itanges on display at Acton Hros., Hart1S12 ford. Ky. Mrs. James H." Williams Is visiting her mother and brother, Mrs. E. P. Barber and Oeorgo A. Sykcs, of St. Louis. Mr. V. (I.'ltngluudT formerly of this place, but now of East View, Hardin county, was here yesterday mixing with old friends. After a visit wlthMr8. Frank May, ed .Mrs. Riley's' parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. L. Taylor at Greenville, Sunday and Monday. Mr. WaltmnnBrookwho has been spending tho summer with Sheriff nnd Mrs. S. O. Keown, returned homo Money to lonnonHrtrbT class Improved real estate. From five to twenty years. For terms see or wrlto W. 11 PARKS, Hartford, 18" Ky. . Mrs.'lHez(!rimu"lias returned to Houston, TexaB, after an extended Rock-por- t, visit with Mrs. M. J. Held, of Mrs. 11. H., Olllesple, Hartand " i'V ford. Misses Lottie" Marks and Marinro Holbrook went to Loulsvlllo yesterday, where they will visit relatives and friends during tho next few weoks. " LiM Siiiulf black purso on Union St.. between reBldonccs of A. W. Lo- gnn and II. P. Taylor.contalnlnB ?5 hill. Return to this ofllco and reward. Mr. andTMru. Nat LlTidl'ey, of Tt. PlOHbaut. vlBltutl their daughter, Miss Sulllo, who Is hero In school yostor-du- y and iilo took In tho Morrow speaking. nnd Huree Vmitmll wlllfood care lor a saloBud buggy uorae for the use of same during tho c a( the II .i i.M Au"f winter y. ., fl.RO per bushel K)r and No. 1 Irish Potatoes, $G.50 for No. 1 Navy Heans, 27 cents for Eggs and 25 cents for good yellow butter. Slfiijed or Stolen One roan mare, 15 hands high. 10 years old, nbout 17. Finder Disappeared October please return to mo at Mcllenry and rccWva reward. LANDO HURT. 17tfpl HraTulon, who was forRov. J. C. merly pastor of churches In this .county passed through Hartford the latter part of last week en route to his new homo at Nolln, Hardin county. Rev. Urnndon Is well known here nnd he wns Induced to preach at tho Methodist church Sunday night. Many people Tfrom Hartford attended the Baptist Sunday School Convention at Central Grove Sunday. A basket lunch, was served according to the old time stylo and the convention was a great success from every standpoint. Tho Convention was Invited to hold Us meeting In Hartford on tho next fifth Sunday and the was accepted. Will pay "cash or (lour for good merchantable corn. Flour is better than cash as alt signs and predictions indicate $1500 Hour beforo many days. Civil War prices in all piobabilitles will be excelled. Will pay market prices for corn and furnish you Hour as cheap us you can No better (lour get It anywhere. made. ELLIS MILLING CO. lSt4 ' Tho ladles--of the Sunday School class taught by Judge John H. Wilson struck upon a novel way of raising funds for the benefit of the Methodist church last week. They baled 4,500 pounds gf old paper which netted them about $33. Tho baling wns done In the Henvrln-Harras- s building on Main street and thc ladles were assisted by tholr teacher nnd Pastor Napier. The ancient gnivod!s"covered on tho farm of Mr. Barrett Russell, 4 miles east of Hartford, last w'eek was visited by local physicians Friday. Tho' grave was a pit about seen feet squaro and the bones it contained aro thought to bo Indian. The pit was In alniul ten feet of a for nbout well used continuously sixty-fiv- e years. Tho oldest citizens of tho community know nothing of tho history of tho grave and It Is thought to be over a century old. It Is located on what is known as the Captain Duke farm and Its discovery has urouscd considerable interest. Just as"Tiohad taken his seat at his desk In the Herald olllce about seven o'clock Monday morning editor Ilebcr Matthews wns stricken with an attack of a heart trouble, and has since been conllnVd to the bed. Tho attack wub very sudden but a physician was summoned and inickly appeared on the scene. The sick editor was unablo to leave tho oluce until late in the afternoon when he Alwas removed to his room. though considerably Improved Mr. Matthews is still ii sick man but Is lighting gamely and is expected to bo out aguln within a few days. o-CERALVO ITEMS. Myrl Klmmel is Nov. 1. Miss quite sick at this writing. Mrs. W. P. Barnard and children are visiting her parents, Mr. uud Mrs L. P. Lambert, of Horso Branch. Mr. J. H. Klmmel and wlfo, Paradise, "visited their daughter. Mrs. Georgo Casobler, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. drover Brown has returned from Harrlsburg, III. NOTICE TAX PAYERS, pay your toes early and not only avoid tho rush but penalty, Interest und cost as well. Tho penalties will be added on Dec. lfet, and as there aro four Sundays und tho 30th Is a legal holiday you see you only havo 25 good paying day. Got busy, do It now and beat tho Stato and county and others concerned out of this extra cost. Keep Under the It In jour own pocket. law, immediately after Dec. 1st, I will bo forced to lovy and advertise for all unpaid taxes, more cost to you, and trouble to mysalf. Lot'a settle tho tax bills and close the matter up. will ULenioiit ThtMw reoelvlug please return saino to ma rltb their i omittances. $ Ho 'pectfully yours. () KI'OWN. H V c " ,. You should Canadian, Tex., Oct. 31. Charles Tnze Russoll, known nt "Pastor" Russell, nn Independent minister, editor of the Watch Tower nnd prom-Incauthor of btudics on the Scriptures, died at 2:30 o'clock this on nn Atchison, Topckn Santa Fo train en routo from Los Angeles to New York. Hr.irt failure wns given as the cause. I'.istor Russell complalnrd of feeling III after leaving Los Augeles, liU secretary said, and gradually grew worse. The end came while the train wns stopped nt Pampn, Tex., uuar here. Tho body is being sent to Kansas City, Mo. Pnstor Russell was bom in Pittsburg, February 10, 1852. He was president of the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania, the International Bible Students' Association of London.nnd the People's Pulpit Association of Now York. Held Many Pastorate. Pastor Russell was nn Independent religious worker. He wns familiar to churchgoers and those who never went to church, nnd ho preached 'from California to tho Nortli Sea. All over the United States and England he held pastorates simultnn-cpusly. ut IES3SS 0 WWfai Siorjzfr Thoroughly Endorsed by This Store You'll find these popular silks exquisite, soft and delightfully attractive. i The wonderful richness and durability of Bciding's Silk Fabrics are due to the fact that they are made of the finest Italian silks, and dyed with e chemically pure dyes. Just compare them with any other silks at the same prices and note the superiority of Bciding's. ' We carry Bciding's Lining Silks, Petticoat Silks and their wonderful array of Dress Silk. All guaranteed by the manufacturer to give satisfactory wear. Come in and sec them. long-fibr- mas 4 m& -- sfSflBP" A . Z2 S33ES3B 833SI XOCKEEK ITEMS. The schools at East and West Nocreek are progressing nicely under the. tutorship of Prof. O. D. Carson and Miss MaVliesa Foster, Nov. 1. ' . f , In addition to Beldings Silks we have Taffetas in an assortment of colors at $1.25 and $1.50 per yard. Also Gros de Londres in black only, 36 inches wide, at $1.85 per yard. Silk Poplins in all the new shades at $1.25 per yard. See our line of Crepe de Chines at $1.25 and $1.50. r- Mr. Steve Rowan and daughter, Miss Mary, after an extended visit with relatives, returned to their home at Wray, Colorado, last week. ,Mr. Arch Foster and family, of McLean county, were the guests ot Prof. O. D. Carson and family Sunday. Mr. John Itarnartli Of Bmallhous, and father, Mr. Joshua UnrHtird. of Jeffersonvllle, 111., visited relatives hero last week. Mr. Barnard formerly resided la this county, and this Is his first Visit to his native State in eighteen years. Mr. Marvin Parks and family and Mr. Raleigh Westerfield, who have b(en in the Hoosicr State for a short time, returned Sunday. Mr. W. O. Ward and daughter, Miss Sophia, went to Owensboro Monday. Miss Nannio Hudson, Ft. Wayne, Ind., is the guest of her brother, Mr. James Hudson. Mrs. Mayworth Barnard, Hartford, visited her sister, Mrs. Monnie Bar nard Sunday, beforo leaving for her new homo iu Oklahoma. Mr. Herbert Westerfield left Saturday for Contiersvllle, Ind. Ills family will follow in a few days, where they will make their future home. Tho Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. FuReuben Leisure died Sunday. neral services were conducted by Rev. R. T. Harper, after which tltc remains were laid to rest In the Hculah cemetery at Bedn. Mrk W. F. Stevens and father, Mr. - CARSON & CO. Incorporated HARTFORD, FOOL'S PARADISE KY, Barnard, aro visiting at Matan-za- s. Rev. R. T. Harper will begin a revival meeting at Wesley Chapel Sunday. a G. O. P. MAJORITY IX HOUSE IS PREDICTED Washington. Oct. 31. A Republican majority in tho next House of Is predicted In nt least twonty-seve- n by n statement Issued hero Representative Woods, of Iowa, chair man of tho Republican Congressional Mr. Woods Campaign Committee. ulso declares Hughes will ho elected by a "satisfactory majority," and that the Republicans have better than an even chanco of controlling ttio Senate. "These figures nro not a mere guess," says tho statement. "Thoy constitute a summary of tho ilnal reports raado to thla committee to. date by hundreds of caroful, experl- i onced workers, who sent their infor mation, not with tho Idea of making us fluttering a report us possible, but In order to gle tho exact situation In their respcctlvo communities on tho ove of election. "I um coufhlout of tho soundness of my Information and .therefore, say that thuro Is a practical certainty or tho election of Mr. Hughes, und a Republican House nnd bettor than proupwt of Republletm a fifty-fift- y control 'of tho Senate." ht ro-I- 1) i COX Is . i It. 1. 11 ! U I'HV Tul i . . i ' ) e. ' ..-- -! ItusineiH Scholarship. We have ioi'i , .i Jil ol irbhlp. - e' OW'l w. Imiihn. mil ti ' j' I'll'" vi ii 'i rlv ' i ' ' ' I t i i i ( t i i J ...cr, whs ,ii iu Urt ,wi lum- Wednesday day for L .vara ami lus hin Mi IMul Wood , . n.n a '1 eximlnoo ! Buk of ' J Hw. i ' or ' that by every uoy in uotn ine western union Sajs Taft of Democrat- - . and Postal Telegraph Company will bo on strike. Thq companies pre- ic Proserity. t dieted the messengers soon would ' Cincinnati, 0., Oct. 31. Asserting return to work. that the people of this country now( aro living in a fool's paradise and Xotlco of Discontinuance of Reaver Dam nnd Tti)Ior .Mines Rond. that "tho Democratic party is seek-- i Ail persons Interested l tho road ing, in Its argument, to induce peo- plo to live In that fool's paradise un- - front HeaVer Dam to Taylor Mines, til after election,' former President known as the Coleman Lane, and William II. Taft addressed an out beginning at the Intersection of said pouring of people here lane with Beaver Dam nnd Taylor "Tho Democrats ask you to con- - Mines main rjd, and continuing them in power because wo now er the lands of R Coleman about SOO havo prosperity," said Mr. Taft. "The feet, and over tho lands of Misses Ida slightest analysis of this claim will and Blrchlo Colemnn about 700 feet, show how utterly unwlso tho peoplo and over tho lands or will bo If they allow It to have any about 700 feet, and over tho lands oC effect upon their Judgment In select- - tho Beaver Dam Coal Company about ing tho party which Is to conduct-tho- ' 1,000 feet, to tho intersection of that agalrs of the Nation for the next four road with a branch of tho road known years. (as tho Du Pont Highway nt tho Tay- "On the Instant peace Is declared. lor Mines bwltcli crossing, will tako olT notice that on Monday, November thero will bo an enormoiib-fallinin demand for our products. With cth, 19 IC, a petition will bo filed on ' tho speed of a cable dispatch, tho con- - behalf of the Beaver Dam Coal must radically change. Great pany nnd several others, In the Ohio factories, adapted only to tho manu- - County Court asking for a dlscon-factur- o of war munitions, must ceaso tinuanco of the road above mentioned must, as a county public road, to operate, and be thrown out of. employment until! This October 27, 191U. ) tho plants can be made over to makoi WOODWARD & KIRK, t2 peaco products, and until a new Attornejs for petitionees. mand for such products can be created. OIL SHOOTERS ARE "This result can only bo IntensiKILLED 1IV EXPLOSION fied by what must go In tho European countries that were beforo tho Winchester, Ky., Nov. 1. While war our chief competitors In produc- - preparing to move 300 quarts of nl- tlon and sale. A competition, kecn- - trdglycorlne from Sweetllck to .the er than we have over Jiad to meet, Furnace leaso in tho Estill county oil will Invade our markets, reduce our fields, J. E. CIoubo and James Edprofits and reduce our wages, unless wards, nil well shooters, were blown wo prepare to introduce a buffer be- to atoms this morning. They lived tween us and It. Wo are now living at Monticcllo nnd had been at work in a fool's paradlso and the Demo- iu Wayne county, having been in the cratic party Is seeking in Its argu- Estill field only about five days. ment to induce the people to live In Clause hus a wife and five children. that fool's paradlso until after the 0 ihMiglnt; it. election. o "Austrlu, retreatliiK beforo tho Russians on ono front and beforo MESSENGER HOYS IN NEW YORK ON STRIKE tho ItnliauK on tho other, reminds mo of Rvdfaco Laary."' The speaker ws Hunt. Marburg, Oct. 31. Sevoral hun- -' Now York, who, as u dreil meaeunger hoys omployud by thu, the young ReltlmojOHn telegraph eowimulee here went on volunteer iu the EMglUU army, ban He re strike today fur what they described btxhly distiuguUhtd Mm-- ir as ' bcttur working eonditiotw." They bi.hhhI. " 'I! w 'nt i w ii nt shorter hours and higher pay inee nil er I is i i Tin r ith ' i v I'm niiMiiPi I r things Missenfcor si i' o'Ik i r' t fi il .'i it ii1 tli i i eltj k k ' A ' II' il l 'n ' II i l 'n ri dared . ov-tln- ue Hood-Harriso( , g Com-ditinns j wage-earners de-,iv--e' i v i i I ( jim wit. nuumtec."' ) I'm I I ' 1 ICl) bora . ( ' i i l i '1. I'i U mi. r -- i I J1U01IKB HAS CI.OSi: CAMi. Loemmitlie Almost Cunillilntc'H N. V., fnnlics Int tlio Auto. Oct. Oswego, narrowly missed running down tlio candldntc, Ilepubllcan presidential In nn automobile, when ho who was returned to the railroad station nftcr making a campaign speech today. Mr. Hughes' automohllo drove directly In front of the train, which, having left tho station to turn around whllo tho candidate was speaking, was not visible around the curve as It was pulling back Into tho station. A band was playing and tho noiso of the approaching train could not be polal train 28. The of Clinrloa K. HtiRlies heard. backed away In The automobile time to avert an accident. It ran Into the machine Just behind and tho crowd on the tracks scattered quickly. The train was brought to an abrupt stop without injury to nnyonc. '. - THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, EVENING POST THE SATURDAY and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN wish to secure the spare time of a man or woman to act as local representative in Hartford and vicinity, looking after the renewals of their many subscriptions In this section, and Introducing these publications Payment will be to new readers. made in salary and commission. Previous experience is desirable but not For details address, with essential: references, Box C54, THE CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY, Independ17t2 ence, Square, Philadelphia. ADHl'ltK ITEMS. Nov. 2. munity are busily engaged sowing wheat, making molasses, and exchanging ideas regarding the great campaign now In progress. Mr. J. T. Ralph Is at present confined to his bed, being ill of throat trouble. Quite a number of Adaburg residents attended the speaking at Mt. Moriah Wednesday night, the speakers being Messrs. A. D. Kirk and D. B. Rhoads. Those who Attended the speaking at Magan Saturday night eald the speakers understood their theme, and also thoroughly under stood how to present it to the minds of the auditors. Those who attended the' school fair at Fordsville pronounced it a suc- - Farmers in this com- master of tho situation, Instead of being governed by It, and that positions aro gained sometimes by unfair means but are kept by unswervHe was ing honesty and Industry. followed by Supt. Shults who delivered an address partly humorous, yet delightfully Instructive. Hn gave us some cold facts about Illiteracy conditions which aro truly appalling nnd urged parontn and pupils to go on with tho good work which they had begun, to never lay aside tho Interest they had manifested and not to let Taylorfleld school lose its rank of Importance won so long ago, and make of It a still better bcIiooI. The closing remarks wore made oppressing her by Mrs. Midklff thanks for tho assistance rendered by' Mr. Shults and Mr. Kirk, tho men, women and pupils of the community, nlso thanking the many friends for their p'recence nnd Its inspiration She also tojhl of many hnp-p- y hours spent in childhood around a blazing wood fire when she, hor brothers and sisters prepared tho lessons for tho morrow's recitation assisted by the father and mother. Everyone pronounced the day's a success. School at Tanglewood is progressing nicely under the leadership of Mr. Ronda Wade. Mr. Jesse L. Ralph and wife have moved on a farm belonging to Mr. C. I. Harder. Harder went to Miss Thelma Fordsville Saturday on a shopping expedlton. Mrs. Eliza Keowij is visiting her son, Mr. John Keown. Mr. Joshua Patton recently purchased a farm from Mr. Robort Taylor. Mr. Estll Howard had a valuable cow' killed by lightning Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Department has discovered as a reREMARKABLE DIKES OK THE SPANISH PEAKS sult of numerous experiments that, owing to tho periods of frequent Tho Spanish Peaks, Colorado, con- drought, cotton is tho best crop for sist of largo masses of Igneous rocks the farmers, inasmuch as tho roots which wero Intruded In molten con- ponotrato Into tho Biibsnll deeper A dition Into the sandstones and sIi.iIpa a consofiuonco cotton is fonrlug ttn at the foot of tho Rock Mountain, of tho lending articles of export, ially ns tho long staple varletv according to the United States Geological Survey, Department of tho In- 'i oduced brings about two cents per terior. Tho east peak Is 12,708 for: pound more In tho English murkc . high and tho west peak 1.1,023 feet. 'inn tho American article. W E They were called Wnhnloya by the Atlfhinbaiigh In Lvslte's. Indians nnd Los Dos Hermnnos (the two brothers) by tho Spanish. A feature of this Intrusion Is tho large number of narrow dikes of Igneous rocks, mostly branching from tho large masses through cracks in the sedimentary strata and extend i ii i lug out In every direction for many miles from the foot of the peaks At ninny places, owing to their hnrd-nesthey stand above the surface The sandstones ns nnrrow walls. am', shales adjoining the larger igneous masses are baked and otherwise altered by the heat of the intrusion and arc considerably upturned. j r you want to rare ccd W " in ho nti must know Behind the Spanish Peaks rise tho I ii iih-nnd Indua- n liat is new main Rocky Mountains, here called Irv, In invrnlmi anil ncicnr. Saugre de Crlsto Range (sahngray I t out or the rut. pet on the Urlnz line. Read day crls'to, Spanish for blood of HOTEL Profossionnl Otto C.. Martin Attorney at Law IIAKTKO.'tD, ICYi POWHATAN sJVASHlNCm es-p- ei D.C. ItLOFAMERICAN In a city whtri good hottlt abound, the Powbitaq liciit tha countrymen, Will practlco hla profeffllon Vn and adjoining couiitlm. CommwICi and C'plmlual l'racUc a Specialty. t n imnvtrll. hy ii:htii.mmin lll'IIM'. lliirtlnnl. MAIjflfK W. Get on the Firings Line It it firit'ln.tbc hearti.pf III ( STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys nt Law CRbMWELL, - KY. Will practice Uiolr profession In lhf djululng counties. Collections, I'ommerclal and Criminal Practice Specialty. Prompt and vtgorou I service- .Votary in office. 'and - 111 . Christ). Popular Science Monthly inih-ry- . 111 j Children Cry FLETCHER'S C ASTO R A FOR I and thcmmtlntercstlnirnndiisofiit Inone) "a worth. Kcry nioiilh Hie 300 Picturci 300 Article the new ill for onlylSccnK AllIty ami IIpi ind wii. lew. u; elm trli iinriitinin iiitnmnlile nnd nrmpl uu , In sliopumk nnil in l.itm.iic. nnil ill mat The Towtiatan is trfineJ, exIts excelclusive, and reitful. lent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, I81I1 and II Streets, makes it a desirable headquarters lor bridal couples, tourist patties, conventions, Schools and . tollegcs. The Powhatan attracts the people ot culture atid education. Its proximity to Slate, War and Naw Department,, alto to many interest, points of historical wakes this hotel especially attractive, to a discriminating- - public. The Powhatan otters room with detached bath at JI.J0. $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, V SO. JJ.00 and up. 'Write lor booklet with mipj O.ETAYLOlfcl j Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. j ;DR. HART VHTRRINARY SURGEON : 0. E. CLIFFORD M. Patton, Miss Mary Patton and little Miss Katl" Lee Patton visited relatives in and around Evansville last week. o For Sale. A 1G0 acre farm 4 miles east of Hartford, on the 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 be near. See, t)r write Tinsley & Harnett, Jiartford, Ky., for further particuinter-count- lars. 11 Jess. ' crowd was addressed by tho teacher, Mrs. Birdie Midklff. stating the causes and the hoped for results of the movement then in progress, namely, the celebration of the great work dono by Columbus and the erection of the national flag above tbs Welcome cwOof bUildlhg. "I'lio Song" was sung by the school. Invocation, Mr. Albert Holm. Tho crowd repaired to tin school witnessed the raisyard whore tli-ing Of lliu Hag, Mr. It. A. Owen, trustee bolus In charge of that ceremony. As the Hag came to a halt after making tho slow journey from tho roof of the building to the top of tho flair pole fastened on the belfry, the was broken by the voices of little girls singing, "Look at Our elx Flag." Tho crowd again mado Its way indoors and tho "filar and Stripes" Moated in the liroozo above their heads. Each Individual carried with him a part of tho fitting, patriotic speech mado by Supt. Ozna ShultH, beginning Just as the little fe'lrls fluUhed tlwlr song. Mr. Shults certainly brought to our minds "patriotism" in all Its beauty and purity. Tho program was resumed. Tho .JIM exercise being, "Columbus" given by eight little ones, Ttocltatlon "Makers of Our Flag." "Hurrah for the Flag", by four pupils. "Guess" A recitation. "The Bulls and tha Flag." fo"g ' six little girls. "The Flog" Recitation. "Christopher (paper) by Miss Susyo Raymond. "Tho History of Our Flag." (paper) by Miss Grace Luwiu. Flag drill and march by six boys and six girls. "Growth of the Flag," (paper) Mra. Dovoy Greer Midklff. rvod An ample repast was then by llio Interested ladles of tho comEveryone was cordially Inmunity. vited to Mtrtnk( or the viands, an ii invitation accepted by all. The of the community cerlalnly did justice to Hik occasion. At 1:00 p. ilia oruvrd wits again ealled to order Mr. A. 1). by MiltflUtf. 'Auierlea." mad uu eleKirk, of Hartford,-tbgant and awsroprlute Add raw whlth retaifad tit trial und daada of "iu manner mora forcible ever can do, for IrttB written pat r. f!i ' liri III hln f'ire io foul! or ih wo-niQI annifour hundred twenty-fourt- h versary of the landing of Columbus in a beautiful, appropriate manner. Assembling in the school building at about the hour 10:30 a. m., tho Mrs. Belle Morgan is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hannah Sharp, near Whltesville. .TJlfi latrans, pupils and teachers of Taylorfleld School, together with their many friends celebrated the tut To I'liihl. Football Taught There Is a story called "Broken Ribs" In the November American Magazine in which the one who tells tho facts says: "Whenever I think of the first three Or four years of Burr's married life, the same surging pride rushes through my veins as when I watched him, from the grandstand of cheering people that November day long ago, scramble out from beneath the pile of some dozen human beings and start out on that record run of his. yards Five, ten, fifteen, twenty (would he slip by them all?), twenty-f. . . thirty . . . almost half ive way across that field, and fall with a thud, finally tackled squarely around tho waist, five yards from the goal post! With a broken rib, too, we learned later! The tears stream-- , ed shamelessly down my chooks that day as tho band swelled and the grandstand roared with Diy brother's name'. to me, during It scorned Burr's fctruggle for Elsie's health and happiness that ho was putting up as grim and invincible a light as In that game of his years ago on the gridiron. He hung on tight to his place In tho law firm. Doctor's and nurses' bills were an constant an item In his early marrlod life as food and rent. The DoForrosU wero not financially fortunate, and father, in spite of my "loadings, would help only with rent. Burr worked nights and Sundays to make good In that law firm, and denied hlmsolf all sorts clothes, luxuries of customary socks, ties, evon. It used to wring my heart, for my lack of Interest In raiment was more thali made up In the pleasure Burr had always taken g clothes." In good-lookin- How to rnakclhtnss at home. M parrrTery nm- Hi, imlmliiik- r. frnrrntor. poultry. houwn, Hun South Afrlra Expands. ii.miniir, ai tcKuoliile aliup rviuiii", cti-The Union of South Africa comIt In full of money m:il. ins, ! tn me Idea' buys. prises the four British colonies, Capo j It ii written la plain Lnglith for men and 15 Cent, a Copy $1.50 a Year of Good Hope, Natal, the Transvaal or write illrret t" It from a newmle.-ileand the Orange Free State. These Ot lVpuUrScicneeMoniiyy. r.rarouiiii .ic.,t..i . II jwoJ2t.rtwij CDCC states united May :il,M910 with the rKLL Ytt l.r sxta(t J otaUaa Uit aiptr. idea of reducing to a minimum tho expenses of ma'lutuinlng a government and at the same time affording mutual protection to each other from A Senate and outside 'inllueuccs. House of Assembly elected by popular vote enact the local laws, the king of England being represented by a governor-generwhom he appoints. I T)ie total area occupied by these possessions of Great Britain covers 17S.100 square miles, with an Euro pean population of 1.27G.80G and a rAUM LANDS and City Itosldenccs are now selling at a low cost, native population of 4.C97.S32, the' but don't expect it to be so almajority being black nnd pagans. ways. If you ever oxpoct to own Mining and agricultural develop-- r your farm or your home now Is ments aro followed by most of tho the time to buy. inhabitants. Of late years dairying remnrk-abl- e WE HAVE several farms listed in and stock raising have taken Ohio county and they can b" strides forward owing to the had for reasonable prices and rather unique assistance rendered by llboral terms. If we do not the steamship lines from Great Brithave tho particular furni you deain In bringing without charge pedl-- , greed cattle for breeding purposes to ' sire wo will make efforts to get , all of these colonies. As a conse-- J It for you. quence of tills policy of YOU want to move to Hartford IF the steamship companies, 10,741,745 where our children will have tho pounds of butter and .120,849 pounds advantago of a good high school of cheese were exported to Europe In notify us. We have houses and 1914. lots for sale and believe you can In connection with stock raising select one from our list to your many farmers have largo numbers of liking. ostriches, the last census showing WE HAVE a comfortable homo In that there were In captivity 74G.73GJ Hartford, modern Improvements of these birds, from which 1,023,307 and a good garden In cultivafeathers were I pounds of high-grad- e tion for salo or rent, l'lacc exported In 1914, having a monetary; rents for $10 a month. value of more than $15,000,000. While much of the country Is well adapted to cattle farming, the shipCall on or address ping of frozen meat Is still In its In- - j fancy, and will ultimately ndd much to tho prosperity of tho Inhabitants, j TINSLEY & BARNBTT Sheep aro extensively raised and in Heal Estate Agents, 1911 170.9S7.478 pounds of high-- , grade wool, worth $30,000,000, wa3 j Kentucky. shipped to European and American I markets. Republican Office. Agricultural The Goxernmontal Roth Phones. r e M- -i gcr. LEWIS. ium, kv. o Olllrc James Ta.tlof.s I, It cry Morn. LL iclr P3ffl2lBiZII m . an e urn THAT PAY. a'ti miw aiivh-c ,Avi oMaJiMl X riF an rUAOC-MAriKO Real SciiJ ir, del. Jic:u riartrli (or FRCC on ainMb...-- r to jean- - rarik-- . BQ3-SO- B lm ILjrvitUij, aua it iTinlhii cm. iji iitux.ii piTfiirn at cur I J PASSING nircr-CNCCKr f rt. l.uU. JkHi en rn.ntatiie llc ll nla Vt bur. rport I Sovonth Strnot, wHaninuTon, a. c. al Estate! I G I'.V HA NTKKl) Ono value O. W. 11. 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If you desire to work arid attend McCALL'S MAGAZINE tlian any oilier tashioa More subsrnlTra mapilnc million a montli. Inviluabir. Jjt. work while you arc in We aro in a position to get you est t)les, pitterns, tlressmaklni;, t I'llnery, Must BwpED POPUL MECHANICS 300 11 I the 4xv& hd iibsifltuig you 'in paying your way. x school thus l ... . ( plain sevVlni;, fancy needlework, liolrilicssin;, stories, ite. Only M cents a etUuctte, year (worth double), ludmlin;; "a Irco pattern, bubsctlbo today, or send lur tamjilc copy. I'o-ta- X As (iiinil As They (iitie. A small boy astride of a ilonkuy vau takiiiK boiiio s'upiillos to an army camp In Texat uot long ago, and got tlmre Just ins n detachment of solill-ei-- n prtwedud by a baud wui nmrchlUK WE TEACH t t v I WONDERFUL INDllCJiMENTS l brings premium catalogui toAcents. and new cash pnto offers. Address UcCAU. CO. 23J to 2IS IV. HI SL. NEW VOKk tnE I GUKtlc; twentieth uicntlt- - i j I eu A1AGAZINB ARTICLES-30- I lMt. tho Tbo lad ilUniouutsxl and brldl pf 111 donkey tightly in hla bjtad. "Why ar you boldlag on to our brother so hard," saked a iroujt ol uoldtera who worst ataadiag MMtr v intirl 1o lfi' !li I'luiutry boy. RY l,OOKKICKlMN(!t U'ommoroial Arithmotio, Kupid ('.tleu.ttl.oii, Buinokw(JorrBpoidoncefc English, Com- mercinl Uw, Spelling, liuiiiiew Penmanship, Type writing. Writ us for furMur information. t.M , lEleefiic Briers fcYtj-y.tivii- u.illtl .itlii iiRinLOMnif, ILLUSTRATIONS 0 Informed of tho World's Progress In i ra J Son tuid OUI 1 KUHi.i I'UWuiil.or illtlU. tliruiihout tliti Our uji CurriiMitiUvulM uru.tiiifluiitly oil tln n.'i li vliiuna now imtl iuit rtmilua uaj It la lor MiliaiiIcs..ndmtntion, roi All the it eppcaN Mm nnilouns 1U1I nnd Wumca 311 vrlt i rm Writ ton So You Can Understand It ' Ibv 4aa atoliM . . i ., ur il .i kwutiiust pin it CJ'I ' Fuur , ii M r1 n .11 . ' wuj l..i lUi a rmi ll. a .in l .' ad I i t i f $ Jo1? iA.- ' ., .b . ' a t j.iy itjl s a k 'jllfclifc. I ii,u a t MABTKK COMMISSIONER'S HALE. New Price on Ford Cars! Ford Runabout . $345-0- 0 Ford Touring Car . $360.00 , F. 0. B. Detroit.. Freight to Beaver Dam $18.00. E. P. BARNES : x & BRO. t Beaver Dam, Ky. J Wagons! Wagons! Wagons'! j j Ohio Circuit Court. Henry Will Taylor, Plaintiff, vs. Notice. Sherman Taylor, ct al., Defendants lly virtue of a Judgment and order of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court term rendered at tho September 19 10, for the purposo of a salo and dlvlsUn of the proceeds among the parties entitled thereto and for paying tho costs of tho above styled action and tho cost of this sale, I will offer for sale at public auction, to tho highest and best bidder, at tho court houso door In Hartford, Ky., about ono o'clock p. m on Monday, tho 6th day of November, 1916, on a credit of C and 12 months, or upon cash terms, In tho discretion of tho purchaser, tho. following described property, Ono tract of land In Ohio county, Kentucky, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a whlto oak, black oak and beech, being the N. E. corner of Win. II. Taylor's survey; thence cast with the original line of Walker Daniel's survey 420 poles to a stake, being tho division corner between li tin and Stevens nnd wife; thenco S. with their line 30 poles to a black oak, white oak and chest nut sapling; thenco S. 71 E. 290 poles to a beech and gum; thence west 35 poles to a whlto oak and sugar treo standing on the bank of Muddy creek; thence down the same through tho middle thereof to James Morgan's corner and with the outer lines of Jarnlgan and Wni. II. Taylor to the beginning, containing 135 acres, less 34 acres heretofore deeded to Sara Jones and about 2V4 acres sold to Sept T. Williams. Tho purchaser will bo required to executo bond with approved security Immediately after salo and u lien will be retained as further .security. This October 13, 191G. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. lGt.t Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. to-w- lt: i - J t lieforo you buy you should examine our hand made farm wagons. They run lighter, are made of J any .lw. and last far '"-- j "" vnrv lwat.- iinil.nrinl you can buy loncor thanwhat no matter machine made wagon price you pay. ' We also do all kinds of BlacksmitUirfg and Re- ....'mr n.noni'illv ihn lmnl iol)S the Other fellow MASTKK COMMISSIONER'S SALK. Ohio Circuit Court. can't do. k a 1 ' 11 I II . ua. 01 rxurbesnuuiuj; i . 1 - earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Respectfully yours, We also niaue a specialty mm "J W j A. B. Row 6c Son WWl.tW. Thirty-five- - yours experience in the shop. V.., j 1 HKKK IS A (iOOl) PLACK T() STOP KOIt L1TTLK MOXKV Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th Tho Only Hold In loulhvilio Operated ou tlio American uml European PlaiiN. " AMERICAN PLAN (With Meals) with Hot una Cold Itunnlng Water. Ituoins without Bath but shiRlc. $2.00 per day; 2 people, ?2.00 each 75 Booms single, 2;G0 per day; 2 people, 2.25 each r0 Booms 50 Front Itooins. single, 3.00 pur day; 2 people, 2.50 each IlooniN with Private Hath: BlnRlo, 3.00 per day; 2 peoplo, 2.75 each 50 KooniH slnglo. 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each 50 Ilooms El'HOPEAN PIiAN (Without Meals) Hooins wiUiout Hath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. slnglo, $1.00 per day; 2 people, J0.75 each 75 Ilooms Ilooms. .. i.. single, 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each 50 Front Ilooms. single, 1.50 per day; 2 peoplo, 1.25 each Ilooms with Private Hath: 50 Rooms....', .single, 1.50 per day; 2 pooplo, 1.25 each single, 2.00 per day; 2 peoplo, 1.50 each 50 Ilooms CO Mary Hoops, Defendant. By vlrture of a judgment and order of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court term, rendered at the September 1916, for the purpose of paying tho defendant, Mary Hoops, $200.00, with interest thereon at the rate of 6 per day of cent per annum from the , until paid, and for the pur pose of paying the plaintiff, C. II. Hoops, $80.00, with interest thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per an, day of num from the until paid, I will offer for sale at public auction to tho highest and best bidder, at tho court house door In Hartford, Ky., about one o'clock p. m., on Monday, the 6th day of November, 1916, on a credit of 6 and 12 months, the following described property, One tract of land In Ohio County, Kentucky, lying and being on tho Heaver Dam and Rochester public rond and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone, Hoops' corner; thencu with his Hue S. 112 poles to n stone on the lower side of said road; thence with said road as it meanders 87 poles to a stono on the north sldo of said road in Growbar-ger'-s lino; thenco N. 53 5 poles to a stono and hickory in Knight's line; thenco E. 52 5 poles to the beginning, containing 26 acres, more or less. A roadbed, however, being reserved by C. H. Hoops 10 feet In width running from east to west by tho old house' on the top of tho ridge. Being same land conveyed to C. H. Hoops and wife by H. P. and W. W. Evans by deed of dato December 7, 1909, and of record In deed book 39, pago 552, Ohio County Clerk's ofto-w3-3-- C. II. Hoops, Plaintiff, vs. Notice. ber, 1916, about ono o'clock p. m. upon a credit of six months, tho following described property, Doing u certain tract or parcel of land In Ohio county, Ky., known as lot No. 3, In tho allotment of tho binds of Joshua Maddox, situated In Ohio county, Kentucky., on tho watcrn ,of llttlo West Prong of Lowls crccli and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stono In lino of lot No. 2, at figure 15; thenco W. 120 polc3 to a red beech and 2 black oaks, n corner to No. 4, flguro 16; then with a line of snmo N. 40 poles to a stono and small whlto oak, corner to lot No. 4, at figure 17; then with another Hue of No. 4, west G7 poles to a black oak, sweet gum and white oak In one of tho original lines and also corner to Iot'No. 4, at figure 7; then with said line N. GO poles to a post oak standing ou a rock, another original corner at tho letter E; then E. 187 poles to a larger poplar, another original corner nt tho letter K, and corner to lot No. 2; then with line of same' S. 100 poles to tho beginning containing 100 acres, mora or less. The mineral right has been sold to McIIcnry Coal Co., which land was conVeyed to C. II. Chapman by G. B. L. Maddox and wife on July 31, 1907, which deed is of record In deed book 34, pago 84, Ohio County Clerk's office. Second tract. Also, another tract of land In Ohio county, Kentucky, and bounded ns follows: Beginning nt a gato post In south tine of A. C. AVakeland's jand on the creek nnd running west with tho Broadway Coal Company nnd A. C. Wakeland's line to a sweet gum tree, A. C. Wake-land- 's corner; thenco N. 4S poles to a black gum; thenco E. 5 3 poles; thenco N. 67 poles to a walnut and 2 dogwoods; thence cast to a bridge on the creek; thence with the creek on the west sldo to the beginning, being all the land owned by A. C. Wakcland on the west side of the creek. Mineral and coal rights are reserved and right to work and mine same, and same land conveyed to Claude Chapman on April 7, 1911, by A. C. Wake-lau- d and wife and which deed is recorded in Deed Book 39, pago 380, Ohio County Clerk's office, or a sufficiency thereof to produce the sums of money ordered to bo made. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security (mediately after sale. This October 13, 1916. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. 16t3 Heavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. to-wl- t: " HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. Came Husband had gotten so weak I could not iUb4, and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardut, the woman's tonic, and 1 comI to Rescue. menced taking it. From the very fin could. tell It was helping me. I can now walk two miles without fir dose, Catron, Ky.-- I ln (rom this place, Mrs. Bcttie en Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all y work." i If you arc all run down from womanly Bullock troubles, don't give up in despair. Tty Cardul, the woman'stonlc. Ithas helped more than a million women, in its 50 years of continuous success, and should all. At limes, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist lias sold Cardui for years. He knows what In my left side. it will do. Ask him. He will recom The doctor was called In, and his treatment relieved me for a while, but 1 was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. writes as follows : "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at soon confined to my bed again. Afer (hat, nothing seemed to do me any good. . iK.jt.i- -. xwittt v rtnitmM.1 JiirltJira Vft.a iumn I v'laiMi'Win A4vlsory,Dept.. Chatunoo&. Tenn., for SptcU$ Trcatacat far Women." stnt In Uln wraiww. jwn K gt23K20J2KK9S0Z2 i9 .li i a Great ifPtfclSH Serials j i sg AZaMl nS. I'tt:.. ymmMMMffAftf,9 I 3 I M1VaKK of life and action, filled with the fire of fine Inspiration ant followed by 250 short stories of adventure, will .make m MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court. Oscar O. Petty, et al., Plaintiffs, vs. Notice. Mrs. Cordelia Petty, et al, DefendBy "IBcYOUTH'S COMPANION f Better TKan Ever in 1915 Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Pagei Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone) in the home, l nere is no age HrBit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. If you da not know THE COMPANION let u lend you Three Current Iwue FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your request. Those who subscribe now, sending $2 for the SZ issues of THE COMPANION for 1915. will receire The Companion Home Calendar FREE. . ants. virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court term, rendered at the September 1916, for the purpose of a sale and division of the proceeds among those who are entitled thereto, and for the purposo of paying the cost of this action and the cost of this sale, 1 will offer for salo at public auction to the highest and best bidder at the court house door In Hartford, Ky., ou Monday, November 6th, at about tho hour of one o'clock p. in., upon a credit of six months, the foliowliifj to-wl- 52 Times a Year not 12. More good reading than you will get in any of the monthly W magazines. Tho purchaser will be required to executo bond with approved security mediately after salo and a Hen will bo retained as further security. This October 13, 1916. I OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. 16t3 Heavrln & Kirk, Barnes & Smith, Attorneys. 9 MASTKK COMMISSIOXER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court. People's Saving Bank, Plaintiff, vs. Notice. L. T. Wright, ct al., Defendants. By virtue of a Judgment and order of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court terra, rendered at tho September 1916, by agreement of both parties, directing a salo of tho property herein described and ordering me as Master Commissioner to mako Bald sale, I will on Saturday, November 11, 19 1G, at tho homo of L. C. Craig, near Rosluo, Kentucky, at nbout 1 p. m , offer for salo to tho highest and best bidder on a credit of four months, tho following described propt: erty, 44 Inch Ono 21 Inch cyllndor, thresher, No. 32C4, all completo, of tho Hellinun Machino Works manufacture, with folding straw stacker; one dlomlale bugger and all belts, tools, and appurteuancos Uiurcunto belonging, including 120 loot of 7 inch 4 ply gaudy endless drlvo belt. The purchaser will ba roqulred to oxeouto bond with approved socurlty lmmodiatoly after sulu, and a lien will bo rotatned an further security. This October 13th, 1910. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. 16t3 aioun & Slmmormuu, Ucavrln & Kirk, Attornoys. fice. THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. Kimicaii I'lnu Only. Ilooms Without Hath, $1.00 and up; ltoom.s With Private Hath, $1.00 and ui Host Eating Place hi Town. Tho Louisville Hotel and tho Old Inn aro located In tho wholosalo walk to tho retail district and theaters. district and only n HOTEL AND OI-- IXX COMPAXV, Props. LOUISVILLE v rum SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE t: described nroperty, Two tracts or parcels of land In THE nAKTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH OXE YEAR FOR ONLY 2.75. Narrows.Ohio county, Ky.,and bounded as follows: First tract. Beginning at a stone In tl.e North lino of the right of wiy or the I. C. R. R. near the depot; thende running with said right of way S. 57" E. 148 feet to a stono; thence X. 38 E. 14S feet to a stone; W. 148 feet to a stono; thenco 57 thenco S.148 feet to tho beginning, containing acre more or lebs, and ; $1.36 same land conveyed to B. P. Pett;-- ' The Republican and Louisville Herald bv the heirs of Ed Davison on April 1.76 .', 1912, and which deed Is of record The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at in oeed book 43, page 432 Ohio Coun1.60 ty Court Clerk's office. The Republican and Home and Farm at a Second Tract. Beginning Btone In the north boundary lino of The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k Owmisboro Inquirer 1.75 tho I. C. R. It., thence with said W. 48 foot; thenco N. line N. 56 3.60 E. The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 33 E. 102 feet; thence S. 52 56 feet to a stone; thenco S. 3S The republican and Dairy uwensooro inquirer 3.50 W. 100 feet to tho beginning, containing 5279 sq. ft., and being same The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k i )lboro Messenger 1.75 land conveyed to B. P. Petty by Fitzhugh Renfrow and wife on May 1.75 22, 1899, which deed Is of record The Republican and Kentucky Farmer lu deed book 21, folio No. 592. Tho purchaser will bo required to The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 executo bond with approved security Immediately after sale, and a Hon The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 will be retained as further security. This October 13, 191G. The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 OTTO C. MARTIN, ' Master Commissioner. 16t3 all Ernest Woodward, M. L. Heavrln, Attornoys. OUR CLUBBING RATES. Address orders to MASTER COMMISSIOXER'S BALE. A. E. Pate, Asslgneo, Plaintiff, vs. Notice. jv ' THE REPUBLICAN. ;e liv-ver-l- ax Ohio Circuit Court. THE SEWINC 'MNE MA OF QUALITY. nrl,'MlrWB8m':'m W b Vanderbilt Training School for Boys s El W 8 ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sons into tho best typo of citizens and Christia-gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat tered and comes from the best homes in tho South. Its capacity is limited, there- fore, reservations should bo made early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Writo n M f JJ U J 8 Iki MSTHENEY.& BATTS Box A. For cataloguo and information. 1916, for tlio purposo of converting into cash the property horelnaf'er dotcrlbod and distributing the samo to tho creditors of tho Ohio County Bank, nftor the payment of tho costs NOT of this sale, I will offor for salo at public auction to the highest and host SOLD bidder, nt tho court houso door In UNDER Hartford, Ky.. on Monday, Novombor ANY 6, 1916, at 1 p. m., ou a credit of OTHER months, tho following described throo NAME. t: property, of tho Tho furnlturo and flxure3 WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Ohio County Bunk asslguod, consisting ot safes, cablnots, dobks, chairs, Ifyou jmrchaw tho NUW 1IOM13 you will &c, belonging to tho pstato of tho linvo u llfu asset nt tho price you ly, and, will MASTKK COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio County Bank. nut liavoau cudlcas clialuof repairs!. Tho purchaser will bo required to Ohio Circuit Court. execute bond with good nnd approved Quality T. 11. Black, Plaintiff, security immediately nftor salo. vs. Notice. Considered This October 13, l'Jiu. R. P. Beck, Defendant. OTTO C. MARTIN, By vlrtuo of a Judgment and or- 16t3 it Is the Master Commissioner. y- der of salo of tho Ohlp Circuit Court Cheapest rendered at tho Juno term, 1915, In For Salo. tho abovo cause, for tho sum of in the end aero larm on Rough Good 120 $800.00, with Interest at the rate of 1st River, 3 miles west ot Hartford. 6Q 6 per cent per annum from tho to buy. mi n day of January, 1916, until paid, and acres In cultivation; other G0 acres sowing niochlue. wrlto for. costs herein, l win oner tor woodland. Ifvnu want a Improved. Apply, oar latent cataloguo before you iurutuuo. salo at nublto auction at tho court TINSLEY & BAIINETT, Kentucky,! houso door 'in Hartford, Its New Home Sswinz M!iige Co., Orange, Ma& Hartford, Ky. ou Mouuuy, tue oin uay oi Novem Harriot Ford, et al , Defendants. Pursuant to Judgment and order of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court term, rendered at tho Soptember For Lazy Liver and the Troubles q Constipation. Feci right all tho time. Don't lay oft from work for days by taking calomel kecra yo when pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x on your feet, whilo relieving your trouble. Safer too, and easy to take. Dou'l take anything clso. You can't afford it. Eliminatc3 poison3, cleanses ey tern and rcliovca constipation. A nat ural remedy, natural In its actions, suns in its effect and certain in results. It will won't bo long before- Llv- - Ver-La- x completely uisplaco calomel In everi freely an home. Children can take it with perfect safety. Every bottle 50c and $1 in bottles. Nona genuine without tho likeness and sisru turo of L. K. Crigsby. For ealo by J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Kj guar-antecd. For pln In the bark U Dr. Uilwt' AiiU-ral- u Pia. rl CONDITlfNS AFTER ' TIE EUROPEAN which Is bolng taught by Mr. O. N. Stewart. Tills cI.ib.i la n credit to their school and tho Tlclnlty In which to their teacher. WAR thoy Hvo s well Adjourned to nioet again at Hoslne tnjxt 5th Sunday. a-- The World's Champion Milk and Butter Producer' WAUK UUMVJM MUST UK PKO- Making Scrum Anil Wll.1i HN1L.XI TECTUM Vlriii. MOt'l' TAIUKI'. llcccnt years havo witnessed such a general adoption of tho practice of vaccinating boss to protect them front cholera that tho Bclcntiflc prn- WasliUcUw. " c October 31. condition of junction of scrum and cholera blood, wsM be H' "VVhat American ledustrles after tho end of or virus, hns become a commercial (undertaking of considerable mngnl- the EuroeJ .War?" 1 Is serum "Thls .lnrHtloti Is asked by Uepre- - tude. tentative Jalius Knhti, bf California, made from the .blood of a hyper-lm- 100 lbs. Glenmore Dried Grains. 100 lbs. Glenmore Dried Grains. ranking minority member of the iniuno hog. Tho method of prorfuc-- ! 100 lbs. Corn Meal and Hominy Affairs Committee, In ing this serum Is described In tho No-- a House Militate 33.13 percent. Protein GO lbs. Bran or Wheat Feed. ""' venibcr 1'opular Mechanics Magazine Feed. Rtnteinciil clvcl1 out 11.09 per cent. Fat National Republican Congressional An animal Is selected which hns had 30 lbs. Cotton Seed Meal or Lincholera and has recovered or has been 40 lbs. Corn and Oats. Committee. 11.85 per cent. Fiber seed Meal. "After tho Napoleonic Wars It was vaccinated. It Is placed In a porta-not'lobefore producers of Europe hie crate and wheeled Into a hihora-- l Don't Feed Corn These Grains are Much Cheaper and were dumping their surplus prodtic- -' iory where n block and tackle Is em- -, or Write Us for Particulars. American ployed to raise It up In a frame so tlons Into owr markets. woolen imUIs, Iron mills, cotton mills, that It cannot movu. An Incision Is paper milks, were compelled to close ' then mado In the animal's ear and I'own because they could not, under the proper amount of virus Injected m ( one 0f le vehjs through a rub-a low tariff, moot European compel!- (Incorporated) In the United her tube. An Injection of about one Factories tlon. country Quart I used for an animal wcIrIiIiir States languished and the OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY j -- 00 pounds. If the hog survives this j R ' w; in a State of panic. "The same situation existed aftr infusion of diseased blood it is klll-- l ed at the end of two or threo weeks i tho Crimean War. "Our past hlbtory should teach ns and its blood is drawn olT and used Do we want a re for serum. message would have been: what to do of the honor of the women The call on him. During thoso four years MORROW GETS A ? petition or what we wcii throiiRh i. ..-went with a (lush of slinme nud hit where oil are, hold the I liml raised mv Institution's denoj- " Definition ,of Lclsuio. initiation mantling the cheeks of e r:.. hi fiu t I am comliiir ' And (is from after tho Napulconic Wars and thoj to $g,:ioo.ooq. A politician was talking at a din GREAT OVATION co America n sailor, and it was left M ii' Crimean War? fs not History repeal 'I ton we would have set-il- The number of depositors had grown ing Itself todny In the Underwood tier In Xew York about tho American to tho chhalry of a German Comth.it i.uiihle. They would hnve ft oin H.ViA to over 8,000. law of 1313? Custom House business man. mander 'of a Uerumu battleship to known that was no rye straw tlck- "So I went to call on the "It is his hard and endless work," brlug American men and women on ling him in the ribs. If Teddy Roose- records show that limler the Under(Continued frm First Page.) wood tailfi law prior to the' begin- he said, "which puts the American bear, had been li safety to the deck of a German velt tin American "I hate never known why a board European War our manu- business man at the very top of the ning of the battleship. Do you know what they that trouble would never of bank directors olfored me Hint one by one they went back from (.ill factured imports from Eftrope, es- tree. He doesn't know the meaning then, Diplomacy. That Is 'what have bet n started and Carranzn would morning n t of n promthe ranch, the fartu, and mill to the tiny that? keeping pecially In wollenS and cotton good3, of 'the word leisure." call utout of war. 1 neitr have irled to get foxy with the inent Chicago bunk at $10,000 sal"A little boy said to his father, a woman of their dreams, "tho girl don't call It diplomacy. I won't tell bear. Our factorIncreased enormously. ary. Why did. they single me out? they loft behind Uieiu"; mado them to close down Just as they millionaire business man: ies began, The trouble lit we have been doing I put this question to a railroad olll-ciMill whut I call it, but It begins with " 'Pa, what Is leisure?" their own and went back Into Mex- it a new dance at that Stato House. did during rtie low tariff period fol "d." last night when wo were discuss"The father looked up from the ico, raised their homes and one by lowing the Napoleonic Wars. HisFifty million dollars tho Vera Cruz We have doing a new ing sucross. His road, he said, em been came. That is your tory was repeating; llfcelf. Our work- envelope on which ho was figuring one tho children you are big en- expedition cost us nnd they never ev- duneo that' never was done In this ployed detectlves'to travel their lines were thrown out of employment with his gold fountain pen, and an- blood In. Mexico, if Che men en saluted the old American Flag country before; this is tho way one hunting men worthy of promotion. ough to believe In universality and hundreds of thousands of fac- swered. . That Is what the Democrats call srep forward, two steps backward, Perhaps the captains of capital have " 'Leisure, my son, is spare time of American blood! That Is America diplomacy. Then chapter tory hands were tSje. Soup houses We hesitate, side-ste- p and duck cloan their scouts out scanning the field for What happened were established itjpnanr industrial that Providence affords us for clean- across the border. come back bringing tho old Flag, out of It. I was at Ft. Thomas right promising material. Who knows?" ing up various jobs of unfinished down there? communities. leaving the people In danger and din- - after tho Cnrrlzal massacre. me And A man by the name of Huerta was "The European war cut off the im- work." Kentucky soldiers were up Ihll of Ximtrentlng. He had the army, tress, and Mr. Wilson fell out with while the president. made ee portations into this country. Our k Pnncho Villa. He then took up with there one night in front of Col. Hen- Robert Skinner, former Consul NOTICE. tho navy, the treasury and the battle factpries began to manufacture war army ry's tent a great big Irish Lieutenant General to London, said at a dinner Everything to prect lay in (iirransui and let him have s.hlp&. guns. munitions and we had prosperity in came and the boys said Pat, what Is in Washington: Etery country recog- supplies and machine Ohio Circuit Court. his keeping. But these bectionH of the country. One night when there was not a the news? uud he paid bos, great "Of course nenruls see things C. M. Ashby, et a!.. Plaintiffs, as tho lawful president nized him what will be the aftermath? When star In the heavens 'Panclio Villa, news trom the front. The President from one tlowpolnt'and belligerents except Mr. Wilson. Vs. of Mexico peace ib declared European factories with his bandits armed with Anier- - of thu U. S. has just bought ten gal- - frem uiiotlierr We all hnve our vari- running full blast. 'These S. J. Tichenor, Kxecutor, etc. Defend- He said that he should not be Ican guns and ammunition, crowed lout of ink and hired threo now type-- ous viewpoints. soon-bwill' president; that they should not let ants. I Co-- writers. countries will need ready money and "An English inebriate was recently Interfer- over the border to the town of All persons, firms or corporations, him be elected president. , products of their mills, I want ritfain the one uud nil, Republicans released from Jail. To a friend who liimbuh, New Mexico. And while Its of Mexico. They pure wo- - and ray Democratic friends and fcl- - met him outside tho prison gales ho their factories, and their workshops having claims against the estate of ing In the business on murder. rrUetife, its brave men ami dumped on the American Sallle M. Ashby, deceased, are here- said his title was founded will be inn, togother with their innocent low cUiirns, go to the polls uud ns said: could it make to us market under the low tariff duties of by notified to present the same, prop- What differenco on whoso faces the angel God gives yon the light to set', vote J "Well, mate, what noos?' erly proven, to m office In Hartford, who was president down hr Mexico? children law. tho Underwood of. God had written youth and beauty for your country nud home, nnd toj "'There's u law aglu' ihccntln'.' Ky.. on or before the 27th day of The thing that does make-- a differ"I hopo tho lotsons of the past wi.il innocence were sleeping, put that keep that old tlag that came to us un- - j was tho reply, 'and pretty near the does It fare with Am- and ence is, how not be loht mon the American peo- November, 1516. town to tne torcn ami aunt it xo Miiiten; mai wo muy transmit u to wiiolo worm is at war. Xo claims will be received after erican men and women down ther. ple. I hopo that, realizing the dantMir postrrirv nB unstained as when ' ptoces. "The Inobrlato shook Iris head sad-Thshould confronting American industries, the above date and claims not filed Mr. Wilson wild that Huerta gers "r bands. Ladios and Iy and wisely. the President sent General !t cal,? president. Huerta said he me on or " Just think," ho said. 'Just think ou for your they will elect to the House and Sen- with tin fnrcrt'dr before the above date not bo States geotlcincu, I thank Kq wml urlll would and then and there began that Pershing and the United 'of a enough members pledged to enlaw havln' scch nn ate Ho said klndnejis and attention." Cnvulrv to pursue Villa. Done b order of the Ohio Circuit school of correspondence at Washactment of a protective tariff to Tho speaker also di.'cusscd the tar- - effect as that!'" Detroit Free- or ington. President Wilson wrotc and ho was going to havo Villa, dead Court. , biire the passage of such a law. If uuesiion, nun urj-einn uiecuuu rress. . OTTO C. MAR-BIN"written" and "writ" Htiertii. And alive. Tlmt is whut he bald. Two ot John P. Uaawoll to ('engross from they will heed the lessons of the past, thoy rode wrote, and "written" and hundred and fifty mile? Master Commissioner. Huerta they will elect as President Govern- IStS Fourth District. Tho speech was l'or Salo. And they after their desperadoand thoy were "writ" to Mr. Wilson. or Hughes, who is pledged to enactHo was In their K'" and tho alteulion of the largo GooAl 120 aero larm on Rough NOTICE. and writ" to right niter him. wrote and "written" ment of a protective tariff. was eudleuce wai held throught Its do- - nivor, .1 milps west of Hartford. CO ono another but one could not tell clutches when Carrauza said, and Over two hours woro con- - acres in cultivation; other CO acres "Even Great Britain, always con,.nrmiM...i tr. u.v hv tin. President livery. , Ohio Circuit Court. whether they were "writ" or "writsidered a tree trade country, Is be- John M. Balls, et al., Plaintiffs, at Washington, that the old Flag sumed by Mr. Morrow In presenting woodland. :r..r.ruVed. Apply, ten" or "wrotlng." ginning to seek legislation to prevent go forward: that It hhould Ills views. T1NSLEY & HARNETT, Vs. Then Mr. Wilson and the, stutc de should net nadumping of tho goods of other Hartford. Ky. - not go to the east, south 'or west., DeHenrietta Balls, Admrx., et al., partment at Washington went to Jautions into her ports at the close of lduis licit lluslness Asset. fendants. Villa, who was a mur- You cau go north because that Is the roz. to Pnncho tho war. In the August American Magazine All persons, firms or corporations, and it .bandit and an asknsslu; way homo. "With our igh scale of wages, our having claims against the estate of derer prominent business man describes nupuh'lleun They say u u moral character iim black who had -l... ,.. Ilk lltl.lall ttj cvltlll I lllf rTtljl VfeflS better working conditions, how much T. F. Balls, deceased, are hereby " " ""J as tho flueB of perdition, and they wants war. IJut we do not want any Idea's won him a salary of greater ib' our need for protection. Wo do not want the red of leal to present the same to me at took him to their bosfcom and cud'Lot us prepare our country against my office in Hartford, Ky., properly token out nnd the yellow "00 and promotion to corporatlo.i dled him and loved and embraced tho flood or manufactured goods proven on or before tho 27th day of him. They loft tho nffalrB of Mexico stripe of cowardice put into it. We president after slnrtlng as handy boy m u nana, iiomijs. from Europe that Is bound to come November, 191C. in his roul hands, foul hands that don't want the strain of dishonor to "From my first Job as handy boy under the existing Underwood tariff One hundred and No claims will bo received after nover know wom.m's honor or man's hide these Stars. about a bank in my homo town at a law. prethe above date and claims not life, nnd set him to fight Hnorta. One fifty mlllons of dollars the Mexican "A protective tariff framed by a sented on or beforo tho above date murderer to fight nnother murdorer. bordor has cost us'.' What forT We wigo ot $15 tt month, up to my pres-- l lent position as president of a corpor-ou- r Kopuhllcnn Congress pledged to tho will bo forever larked. Thou, thoy came back and wroto sorao ought our deal at Vera Cru urd year, thero is a or protection and signed by lirinclplea Done by order of the Ohio Circuit more. Mr.. Wilson wrote to Huerta dond at RrownsTllle and our rit id tlon nt 00.000 n a ltopubtican President will alone Court. bought dls- - trail so clear that today I can nlmost and Huortu wroto to Mr. Wilson. in tho railroad cut. We , avort a flnanoiul catastrophe when Hd olteofc off .every stop in It. For OTTO C. MARTIN,' And Hion they arrestod our bluo jack-- grace and dihlion .r, the m.o A flag. And r step Is an idea, the Europe-il- l war is over." and laughing at the Muster Commissioner. lst3 ets. "Tho revelation came to mo when oe us out President Wilson demanded for yot. and yet they say he kept MORTON NK,W.S. U was still young enough to build on NOTICE. should salute the ef war' He Vent ua out of wai that that Huertu Farmcro In tula vicinity are gathi- .- am,. ., . imv h - niescv. d mv j revelations that ideas are the most Fl. . But he did not, and he said Mv ering corn and eny It Is go oil. Onto Circuit Court. H" did valuable possessions In the business Mr. M. .C. Riley, of liberty, i - out of war. he would not. President Wilson said ..Kid. he Farmer, Mr. Clove I.. M. Hatcher. Plaintiff, to Mr. not do any cu:!i thins. He put us world. I have never had occasion Ky., Clears $27.30 on 14 you havo got to and Huerta said that Johnson and Mrs. J. W. Ccx are Vs. little wars, out of change my mind. Where my assoSo the President Into two mbera'-ilnot. Hogs In 1 8 Days By Feedoa"h bultdinc litem a stock barn. have saved money I havo iduts' ,et iilv Defendants. he would T. P. .WlJImrae with ciates sent down to Vera Crux our bnttle both of which we nave come It'g where the)- - havo Invested money I Quito a utunber attended (he slng-tn- -: All persons, Bras or corporations, flag. ing Liquid Stock Feed. ships, and tho old Flag was to be shame and dishonor to our convention at'Uberty church Josi having claims against the firm of ideas. And my rethe first time In Amerloan history havo Invested ways saluted. , some flue in-,.- ,. g router than Sxnday and we heard been & Willi iu3, a nartnersuip Stripes has ti ruled wards have tt)l Mr M. C. Hlley, or Liberty, Ky., In the mean time that cowardly thai Jbe Stars nnd m u'.c. Tho following classes were consisting ot I M. Hatcher and T. my expectations under date or October 21, writes flee lu the dubt. He hes kept ua'oui of L. Taylor, lean- P. 'Williams.;' are herely notified t order was given our people to present: liberty, H. "1 was business adviser to dotto Ub a i lo'lr-wa- : there. Thoy were warl War with whom? Germany, pi.fi of large firms Some of them er: Rickets Junior class, O N. Stew nroie.nt tho swue-- to mo, properly atd com out ofhllfs, mill-Io- n "I have fed u hogs 21 barfrom the water Germany mrrounded with ten art, leader: Hickory. J. P. McCoy, proven, at j&x office In Hartford, f or lug fro"' the rels oi' our heavy slot, togethmen. How on earth could we were- swinging more business than desert, men and women; er wiiii lu lu ls of ooru for lix'dor;- - Rle!etts senior class, Bird Ky., on or before the 7th day of No- holes in the Germany get to their capital permitted, and u pern d t 'S days In which the women Insulted in the Insest gef to Germany or 0. were riding for it fall. Half lri. leader, Robin cIhbs, 0. Dr. Chrls-U-A.- vember, of tho oth- tiuif tlie gutuud pounds. terms, and u trail of tffood followed us. And the same l3,true J. were trv-loit, leader"; Dundee class. No claims will be received after TIush '.nuts wtre disposed of lor countries of Europe. Keeping us a dossen of my customers - pound. Branch class. C. ut aiwre uaio ami euusoa am ittuu thero on where an old gray haired-, Doff, leader; Horse to do tuoro business than their for 10 lents pen.n, wb H""d or a woman was dls- out of wus ut no one wans jod in ! ruin capacity allow td. Some men "Your ryjiuly, ti. Chrisuau, lander. After each class wUU e 0tt before the above dole Ju-- 1 America. honored. litteing, on they cuuio M. C RILEY." ,, torftve, harred. had made it display or weir musical years we have lived . can run a ?G0,000 corporation For three to TnmpU'c .'hd the ball In which they Mr. Riley paid only $13.40 for tho but will leave only crashes talent nud eucb did well, Mr. H -. j feHe We. h n o order of the Oblu Circuit kwero 21 barrels of slop sheltered wuu surrounded by a turmoil with our ualghbor. Tho 10 bushels mm u,u" uurt Taylor sunouncoa tuai iney and ashes in their wake when they Mcleo and t of corn at 74 contii per bushel howling mob. Men pluked up tubles, had Incursions Into ncr for nil and that all wore welooino. OTTO 0. MARTIN. . dt r of ailouipt to direct n $1200.000 concern, . The amounting to $7.40 or a total cost broke rounds from chairs to proteet enrslons out of Mrtif or feuding, VM1M. Tho hogs gained and ho said It in sueii a rro open lst:t jtift us soma women might run u sldo Master Commissioner and outside tho howling mob President Wilson to tho American ureet boarding house, but would full them 407 pounds at 10 conts per pound, -- -hearted way that all must hava felt Outsldo, In people who lived tone a.'d J"d ino"-rrtor a gala of $40.70, making a gain donmudod thu woinon. I mado u II or Son Hubjoct In Croup. welcome. Adjourned to meet twain to leave ull you havo, tfitbrly with tt large hotel. Ihoro was of more than a dollar it day. ' My eon prob-I'-bi- b nubjoot to tho Ray of Tumplco, u white messengEdwin Is at one o'clock. Wo found dinner In you love, and ooma Ujok i lions study of the business Just like another big feeder said: good. After many croup," writes Mrs. K. O. Irwin, Now er of hopo, an American battleship, nil that every big concern with which plenty and also of "It beats toodlng corn all 'holler.'" "Itput In many was seen. Rut snou women wlh homo. csmo in contact. I devised tiupyy greetings they came together Kensington, P.i. Write today for prlcos. Heduced I huvo heennsknd what I wo.ild their raising, capital, extending credit, rutos on all railroads. at one o'clock. After hearing mora slifeplogg hourrt at night before I tears streaming down from 'havo dono. I tun not going to Ull oyoM, watched tlit battleship-turCough good music from all tho classes Mr. learned of Chumberl.iiii's I uud keeping tho proper balances befrom Joseph ub ' yon whut I would have douo but merchanOzmi siiults, our worthy School Su- - Remedy. Moth&M need not fear this back, under orders Glenmore Distilleries Go. you what an American would tween lltiuld assets, plants, secretary of will teR disease If thoy keep n bottle of Daniel, the Democratic periiuenuiwu, wus uiuuu iui um. a dise, uud so on. to ord-or- s 'have done. I will toll you what (Incorporated) a nice tulk is which he spoke In high Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in tho tho navy, acting In obedience that Hepublcan would have done. If that "After I had spout four strenuous They took of his master. ' terms of tho Rickets Junior class, 1iouh and ue it ns directed. It man jears with this trust company, a ChiKy. come up to tho tho message mo to gao my boy reliof." Obtain- battlo ship out when they knewperil 'that luts hud which Is composed or llttlo boya and whiskers on hhjcliln nnd cago leader of fluauca Invited vperil of our citizens uud tho w I , glrla of tho Rickets common school able everywhere. t Makes dairying profitable. Give it a trial and watch your cows give more milk, produce more butter giving a richer and a better grade of both. Glenmore Dried Grains Balanced Ration No. ra ANALYSIS ....... Balanced Ration No. 2 'n '' . .... j BetterCall j 1 I Glenmore Distilleries Company .'n I ?:,-so,ooo y. 1 nl mttltl-mll-liouul- Pf-ide- al !". e u-- en n te 1 no-titl- b"j Big j Profit , ...i ... ! w- const-'inentl- y lfl. t' y, !- y ' i 1 ml-ati- i "". V y Qwensboro, -