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The Hartford republican: November 10, 1916 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1916 hao1916111001_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: November 10, 1916 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ) Fine Job Work. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS IkjmWicim OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No 19 tol. xxix. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1916. Official Count Necessary To Determine Winner BOTH PARTIES CLAIM VICTORY HUf.HI'S AM) WILSON UUXXIXH NECK AND XECK FOR THE PRESIDEXCV. Vermont Virginia Washington . West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming 12 , OHIO COUNTY 8 IN HASWELL LOSES 7 13 TO BEN JOHNSON IS 2G2 251 Totals Necessary to elect, 2CC. results o C. AXI) O. PUTS OX TWO cincts give repuhlicax -. majority: of 5.- in thirty-fou- r pre- FOURTH DISTRICT . ' . CRATIO GOES DEMOHY AHOUT 2,00 - MVJORITY. SPECIAL LIQUOR THA1XS CALIFORNIA Vo" S IN DOUBT Close In Koine Stales Tlmt Result: May Xot He Posit Known fur Ke eral Dajs. ie both sides cinct. The Republicans polled 128, ed majorities In the Electorial Colwhile Wilson's electors received 46 lege, thero seemed nevertheless to be in the mining city. Simmons also a feeling at both places there was a threw cheer Into the Republican chance that tho determination of the camp and the result there as In pracfinal result with so many States tically all of the precincts shows husdoubtful might bo prolonged perhaps tling on tho part of the committeefor another day and thero was sonio men. Narrows lined up in the G. unolllclal talk that the decision might O. P. column this year. Hughes and eventually bo thrown Into the House Haswell received the same voto In of Representatives. that precinct. Thero wero suggestions also that The Socialist, Prohibition, Socialthero might bo in sotuo States bitter ist and Progressive voto of the councontests over the integrity of tho re- ty will not bo known until after the turns, which might bo drawn out for official count Tho same days, with tho result depending on a is true of the voto of A. D. Kirk, Repubcount. Oeorgo Perkins, at successful candldato for tho short lican headquarters, commenting up- term of county attorney. Kirk hnd deon tho close voto In sonio States, no opposition but he is expected to clared that a recount might bo ne- receive a good complimentary vote. earcessary. Chairman McCormlck Tho result of tho election in the y sent telegrams to every county by precincts as received by ly State and county chairman where the Democratic and Republican headlows result appears close, commanding quarters follows: Wilson Hughe.) Dbtfl them to "personally seo that tho balStates. .. lot boxes are guarded and protect- Tabulated Vote of Ohio County IJy .. 12 Alabama Precincts. ed." 3 Arizona JohnHas- At both headquarters tho long-dl3- .. 9 Arkansas Dem.Rep. son. well. 18'tanco telephones are busy with or ( altfomla 133 197 127 199 ders to the respective chairmen lit E. Hartford C I olorado 11S 153 109 159 tho doubtful States to watch tho W. Hartford 7 Connecticut .' 117 120 115 122 count and tho returns wero being He'da 3 Delaware . .12D 146 127f'l43 S. Springs . . closely scrutinized. ' 'c. , ? - $,'. ' fVloridn 73 43 73 The chairmen" of both committees i Mitean-.- . V....I 43 14 . Georgia worn uo all nleht and. while Vance fPnlinwoll 74 131 ;' 74 130 4 . Idaho 701 nSrv'CGf SG0 McCormlck, of tho .Democratic coni- - CooT Springs.. 29 rtUnolB 1G . millCU. ruilJl'll lui u ouui i iftsi. J"., JN. Rocltpor't! :."TJU77 127f 7G 128 Indiana fits ihornfug, Chairman n. Wllcdx,.qf . D. JIUCKI1U11. . . UO 0U 0 HI IS Iowa .f8l I02f" 3R('102 t,ho Republican committee, romalmd ..Soloct .."... . 10 Jfcun-ia- s 97 on duty and Bald that ho Intondedo 11: "urttBoh . . . 1Q8 102 107 13 Kentucky 74J 207 s 10 74 207 remain m until 'ho rosult'.was Roulud 1 ouMuiia ' H. Beavor Dani) 116 H4 117 11G G kuaym. . 1. Malm Mr. 'Wlllcox. ,sponklni at lft:2Q W.Baavor Dam 117 114 112 115 ! lar.vl i ud ... . i o'ctdclr', said the ofbctlon wm olofp MoHmey . . 4CI 128) 40 12G IS Miia i liusetls nnd depended on the returns front Ctutwtown ...I 161 131 142) 133 15 ... Miu j from which coin. SmallhouB 7G 40 . Wir or five S.tato 40f 70 .. Minnesota 7G 7C 182 r82 E. Fordsvlllo . . "10 Ib"la8lppl 00 136 92 132 odr Willi oijq ol.theso, Callforn, W, Fbrdsvllle. . ft 18. Miss url 79 24 79 24 ho had been In toleyhonlc communi- AotnavIlIo'.... 4 Montana j G9 61 03 07 cation, he said, and, had boon assiiiv Shrove 8 Nebraska j SO 67 ed by Republican leaders that Hughes Olatoti 07) 8C 3 Novadn - Duford . Gil 09 52 99 4 . . would carry the stato by uuout zu,, Now Hampshire 94 10G 94 106 .. 000. 14 Dartlott .. New Jersey ..'... G7 8C S4 57 "Wo bollovo tho result In tho Hollln 3 .. Now Mo.xlco 39 48 39 40 .. doubtful States favor Mr. tiuguos, Cernlvo 45 Now York 54 54 52 tho chairman added, "as tho roturns Pt. Pleasant .. j 52 12 North Carolina . yet to bo received will como from Nurrows 80 S0 75 75 .. North Dakota 9.2 70 74 the outlying and farmers' districts." Ralph . o.". ..J. 94 24 Ohio . G0 t 07 65 56 Prentiss 10 Oklahoma 37 60 37 60 C Arabia is Torpedoed. ,, Horbort . Oregon 80 30 80 37 .. 38 London, Nov. 8. The Peninsular Arnold Pennsylvania j 40 25 44 22 . . and Oriental Lino Steamship Arabia, Ronder 0 jRhode Island 29 63 63 29 9 which was sunk by a submarine, was Simmons South Carolluu . . torpedoed without warning, tho Ad- South Dakota All tho Totals . . . . .2711J3270J26C0J3287 mlrallty announced 12 Tennessee Uughos' majority, 559. 467 passengers, including 169 women 20 Texas ,. Haswoll's majority, 627. '. and children, wero savod. Utah tension. ct to-da- Late last night both Democrnts nnd Republicans were claiming the elcc'iun of their respective candidates for the Presidency of the United States and It now appears tlmt an official count of tho votes, especially in tho doubtful States, will he necessary to determine tho winner. It may be several days, therefore, until it Is known for certain who will bo tho next President. Meanwhile campaign managers for both Hughes and Wilson stoutly maintain the election of their candidate The Kast and North has gone for Hughes while the West has lln-- (i up, in most part, with the solid Squtli for Wilson. At press hour lust night California was still in the doubtful column. Wilson got a majority of about 4,000 in the San Francisco section, but tho Republicans, expect this to he offset from tho Los Angeles secttou. West Virginia, Oregon, Now Mexico and Minnesota, which were classed as doubtful States, early yesterday morning swung Into tho Hughes column during the day. Hughes seems to bo In the lead at present and should ho got cither California or North Dakota his election would Should Wilson get both be assured him of these States It would to the presidency. With tho eloctorlal vote of California added to his column Hughes would have a total of 275, or nine more than necessary to elect. Wilson must get both California nnd North Dakota, two doubtful States, to he elected. Ho would then Tjiave 2C9 electorial votes, or three nrare than necesbury. From any angle It Is a "boss race" and the public may be prepared for ii swing in olther direction whon tho official count Is taken. The electorial voto of the two candidates and the doubtful States fol- Charleston, W. Va yNov. 3. Orders issued by ho Chesapeake nr.d tho Ohio railroad today nnnounco creation of two special trains beginning tomorrow, on which persons carrying legally labeled liquor Tho will be permitted to travel. trains will movo each Tuesday, Thursday nnd Saturday between and Charleston. Each Ashland, passenger may carry one suit case filled with liquor, tho caso to be no larger than 24x13x8 Inches. Persons will not bo permitted to transport liquor on regular trains, a regulation which has been in force for some time. HASWELL RUNS - AHEAD CONGRESSIONAL RACES i tho barns is dry, consequently there hns been very little movement of the DEMOCRATS LOSE crop. A few loads have been sold on tho streets in Mayfleld. Some fair quality of the weed has deIN LOWER HOUSE veloped in these first deliveries. So far the sales made on tho Mayfleld streets have been to local dealers. Large Interests have not entered the MAJORITY OF ONE OR REPUBLICAN CONTROL RESULT OP' market, but preparations are being ELECTIOX. made for all buyers to enter the competition. Farmers are anticipating high prices, but thero have not been sufficient demands to establish SENATE TO BE REDUCED values. . WEBB-KEXYOX Lends Ticket 08 Votes- Warm hlilnc lliiiiKs Out HlK Vote In Presidential Race. Suti- - IjinKldj- mid Poners Return Tlioin-- , us nnd Klncbcloo Win in Second ' And Third. ' - K, MAY RECOUNT THE DOUBTFUL STATES Loxa Dit.vwx.ouT TIIK fight seems PROSPECT IX SOMK CLOSE STATES. Now York, Nov. S. With tho coun- try's choice of a President tn the almost unprecedented status of doubt cast. on the day after election, both DemMcHenry was the greatest surprise ocratic nnd Republican headquarters to Democratic followers, who had nctlvlty and were scenes of nervous figured tho vote close In that preclaimAlthough Ohio county retained her position column Tuesday when sho rolled up a majority of 559 for Hughes and 627 for Haswell. Although tho result was about as expected by Republican leaders some precincts gave unexpected reversals ono war or another but not enough to have telling effect upon the maconceded the Democrats jority. county In advance by near 300. Haswell, however, was expected to at least 200 more votes than Hughes. The first precinct heard from Tuesday afternoon was Pt. Pleasant, tho home of Chairman Condlt. This precinct gave a Republican majority of two. It is normally Democratic. Fordsvllle and Roslne gave tho largest Republican majorities. Fordsvllle giving 146 .while Roslne, the Eleventh District of Ohio county, gave tho O. O. P. 207 out of 281 In tho Republican re-col- John P. Haswell, Jr., of Hardlns-burRepublican candidate for Congressman In tho Fourth District, lost to Ren Johnson, Democrat, by about g, ....... .t . ...... ....... ...;. .....I ... ... to-da- y, 2,900 majority. Johnson fell behind the Democratic ticket in the District by a tfew Votes. The result In the Fourth District by county vote foll6ws: Wilson, 3,270; Ohio Hughes, 2,711. Hughes' majority 559. Has's well, 3,287; Johnson, 2,660. majority, 627. ."" Dreckenrtdgo Hughes majority Of twenty-fiv- e districts yet to Ie over Wilson. 450. Haswell's niajor- heard from, seventeen are represent-e- d Uy over Johnson, 500. in the present Congress by DemoD Grayson Hughes, 2,344; Wilson, FALL 800,000 SHORT OF(EXPECT-Ecrats and thirteen by Republicans. TWO MILLION ELECT.NO 2,348; Johnson, Haswell, 1,928 Should these districts be unchanged COXGRESSMEXJ 1,914. 'the next House would be com posed majority over Hardin Wilson's 'of 216 Democrats, 215 Republicans, Hughes, 1,250. Johnson, same. four - Marlon Wilson's majority over Chicago, Nov. 8. Carl D. Thomp- andaffiliatescattering who might elect to with either side. lushes, 614. Johnson's majority, son, national manager of theSocialTho Senate will remain under Demtoist party, In a statement made 6.55.v ocratic control by a reduced major!' over' day said: Hart Wilson's majority ty of ten or tw.elve,'dependentwon thee Socialist party polled HuliTiies, 22,- Johnson, same. "In outcome In New Mexico, "whoro A. A. Nelson Hughes, 1,560; Wilson, 900,000 votes'. This election the re- Jones, Democrat, is maintaining we have polled about turns show that 2,620. Haswell, 1,486; Johnson, lead over Frank A. HubbeeL 1,200,000. Whllo this gain of the nominated by the Republicans to sucvote cast by our party is not as total Bullitt Hughes, 818; Wilson, ceed Senator Catron. At this hour great as wo had hoped for, we aro Haswell-Johnsosame. tho Senate stands: Taylor Hughes, 1,312; Wilson, satisfied with the general result. Democrats, 53; Republicans, 42; "We believe we have elected about undecided, 1. 1,334; Haswell, 1,314; Johnson, thirty-fiv- e members of the LegislaIn the Senate four present DemoStates. In MinHughes, 1,643; Wil- tures In twenty-on- e Washington cratic members, according to the lasame neapolis we elected our candidate for test indications, have been defeated. son, 1,644. Haswell-JohnsoIn Mayor, Thomas H. Van Lear. Meade Hughes, 794; Wilson, They aro Senators Kern and Tag-ga- rt, Haswell, 307; Johnson, 1J288. Milwaukee we appear to have electof Indiana; Martlnc, of New ed tho District Attorney and per- Jersey, and Chilton, of West Virgin-l- a. Larue Hughes, 930; Wilson, Haswell, 939; Johnson, 1,312. haps the Sheriff. Three Republican Senators, Lip-pi- tt, "In California we elected two Green Hughes, 1,409; Wilson, of Rhode Island; Clark, of Wymembers of the State Legislature oming, and Sutherland, of Utah, al1,407; Johnson Haswell, In Wisconsin two Socialist candidates so have lost their seats on the baste for State Senator and five or seven of Congressional Results. returns. Results In the races for Congress members or the Legislature were i The defeat of Senator Kern, of Ini successful. throughout State wero as. follows: diana, by Harry S. New, former chair "In Vermont wo elected ono mem- man of tho Republican National ComFirst District A. W. Barkley, This is tho Democrat, over G. P. Thomas, Repub- ber of th6 Legislature. mittee takes from the Democratic or first time a Socialist has over been ganization its floor leader. Among lican, by a majority of 13,757. Second District David H. Klncli-elo- elected to a State office In that State. Democratic Senators mentioned for "We expected to elect seven or Democrat, over W. T. Fowler, the succession are Sau'sbury, of MonRepublican, by a majority of 3,700. eight Congressmen, but unhappily we tana, and Underwood, of Alabama. R. Y. Thomas, Jr., have elected none." Third District In yesterday's election tho DemoDemocrat, over J. Frank Taylor, Recrats elected sixteen Senators and tho HOW THE STEEL HELMETS publican, by a majority of 618. Republicans sixteen, with one State USED IX FRAXCE ARE MADE yet to be heard from. Fourth DIbtrlct JJen Johnson, Democrat, ovor John P. Haswell, Jr., Situation. ln,iipuse. Paris, Nov. 4. Tho French army Republican, by .a majority of 2,951. Tho situation. Uljtho Houso at this-hoFifth District Swager Sherley, stpejjielmots are stamped out of'tho is sp Indefinite that It is impos-slb'r- d sheet steel, about, Democrat, over W. C. Owoifs, Repub- best to .declare-whethetho Demo. accordlng'-to- ' ono millimeter thick, lican, by n majority Af 1,392. dos the Bulletin .. Awnccs, a l govern- - crats will maln.tsfnj,fcjin'l,t- - If they Sixth. District Arthur, B. Rouse, ... .... !Vo rftPcertnlnjil'ajo .by a greatly re- m ' i I.. , Domoorat, oyer J. E. SJvcphnrd, Re- .mejji.nmjucauon.. J;u, ..,!(. pieces. :.. publican,, ty; a majority oM0,S15. . . Cimpboll tho cap,:lus peal Seventh '.District CautriU, Democrat, ovqr W. J. Mum-b- tor, iafld thq crot .. ,'1" I lMiVSElllV,,i . j Republican, by amajQrity.ot.),- - 4 1TWH.V4 IVhVWivj UM' 'trli bluo'nulnt. "Unit Axo'tliffVU' rtto-- S crdqti:.idepi'A(ti)rite.iii,.'J!r?fiJiiibera Vvln2fh'ir,';llircOTtuMMci:i6TjRly'liiTorfeto iPtOsfio re Dls,trict-r-UacvQ- y Helm, voiit niRt. 'A'f'tnr Kltfbth gfarK an'tltho or . Republichours at 135 "clof iod cjS"iafitvai(c tftcj QJt iUQi$ Donraoxst, ovor Nent. liriliiint'la lined. nnd fitted With tho? 'fcfrWf.itio'n .QMmpprtabl. an, by a majorify ot 2,981. ' jloplii'iwantf roVpi-raay. "important i.i.. . J. FloldB, Dem- uiiiu niM.i't Ot two gj'.,us .u, Illinois ami. ,Wicsnlii Each one reQulres about . ocrat, u?r A. J. Ponulngton. Upub-hcjpounds of steel and a little aluminum tho Democrats defeated in Illinois "by n majority of 5,730. Mr than aro Uuchauuu, who Is under indictTenth DUtrict John y. Ingloy, to stiffen the lining. Republican, Qvor Willis Staton, Dem- 3,5QpkQ00 hnvp already boon uiiylu, ment for aljoged cojnplracy in conturiiod out, nection with labor's" ponco council IntuvU 50,000 a liny aro ocrat, by n majority of 6,305. of the wqrk being volved In cjmrgos of nttempts to Caleb Power?. throe-fourtEleventh District trade In munitions. Other IllRepublican, ovor S. B. Dlshmau, Dem- dona by women. inois Democrats defeated uro Taveu-nc- r " ocrat, by a majority of 19,373. ami Stouo. In Indiana, Cullop, , In County Court. o5 ALL OLD TOIIACCO IS Tho will of L. M. Wilson, deceased, Cliuo and Gray lost their seats. Ko-nami Uur'kem of Wisconsin, Tug. SOLD IX HLACK PATCH was probated and ordered to record on last Monday. Mr. A. N. Wilspn, gart, of Indiana; Riordun and Drls-col- l, of Now York, and Casey, of Paducah, Ky., Nov. 6. Tho old ono of tho .executors nominated by stocks of tobacco in Paducah have will of decedent, qualified as said Pennsylvania, wero other Democrats well-knobeen sold. No Bales wore reported executor, to servo without bond as who lost their seats, Among Republicans defeated are Denfrom Mayflold tho past week, and provided by tho terms, of tho will. The lato 11. F. Wallace's will was nett, New York; Hopwood nnd Mat thero remain only ubout 100 hogsheads of old tobacco thero In first probated and ordered to record and a thows, Ohio, and Roberts, of Massahands. Theso aro good common to daughter. Louisa Wallace, who bad chusetts. ' medium leaf, held at prices ranging been designated by decedent, acceptKansas farmers will hunt wolves to 12 conts. ed and was permitted to qualify as from 9 barehanded. It might be better to Weather for tho past weok 'has bo tho hunted than the hunter. been cool and fair and tobacco In by said decedent. to-da- y. Wcbb-Kenyod Has-welle 0. 1. n, 0. n, 3. 2. 7. ' 9. I e, half-hardenr. J-y, Hi-...--"("Wr-nkL.-TNlftUv-DUtrlctW- ARGUMEXT HEARD HV SUPREME COURT Result Depends On New Mexico's Cbolco For Keproentatiie In Upier House. Washington, Nov. 8. Argumentof West Virginia cases testing the conn stitutionality of tho Federal and West Virginia liquor New York, Nov. 9. Altho laws continued in the Supremo Court are assured control of the n with counsel for the Senate by a working majority, coa-- r League of America pointing to trol of the House was still In doubt prohibition victories in four States at an early hour The Demyesterday, and urging the need of the ocrats had made slight gains, how-ove- r, n law's provisions to In ,tho late returns in Mantana-anmake "dry" statutes effectual. Kansas. At 1 o'clock, 205 Democrats, 201 Republicans, 2 Progressives, 1 Socialist and 1 Independent SOCIALISTS FAIL had been elected with twenty-fiv-e congressional districts yet to be heard TO ATTAIN MARK 'from. Webb-Kenyoy, Anti-Saloo- 4 .i" b n, ro-litr- op TOBACCO CENSUS SHOWS INCREASE a75.OO0.OOO I.KSS POUNDS IjKAI' THAN ON TIIK J,4J4,- 14,649,242 ouad, as Agala ' 513 pounds o Octbor 1, HIS, mA 1,7,7M ond oa October 1, 111. Tho quantity of thl tobacco on aana 11.- on April I lat, however, w RUSS LASORER IS WAXING FAT JUMP AND TO ST,S poaadl. Oao-Hac- kr I i OV Unreal! nnds Of one-suck- the quantity tobacco the Consul WAtiKH o Toc. 72 cigarette ! haad AltXOHMAL HHKVANTS Or AI'JUIj. SHOULD KhnrtAKO ADD f STIMULUS I let 13cctI crciiso Demand And Cause AUty In Market. In- - Washington, Nov. It Is expected (Lint stimulus will ho given to tho tobacco market by the census of tobacco stocks on hand, which was made public by the ot the Census this afternoon. The quantity ot leaf tobacco on hand shows a largo decrease compared semi-annuIlu-roa- u Xou Lookout. a cold hangs on as' often hap When pons, or when you have hardly gotten over one cold before you coiv tract another, lookout for yoH arc liable to contract some very sorl ous disease. This succession of.colds weakens the aysteia and lowers the vitality so that you arc much more liable to contract chronic catarrh, Cure pneumonia or consumption. your cold while you can. Chamber-1-Un'- s Cough Remedy has a great reputation. It is relied upon by thousands of people and never disTry it. It only transportation. appoints them. costs a quarter. Obtainable everyHouses Are Scarce. m where, Moscow had roundly 2,000,000 Inhabitants before the war. This AVIATOK FALLS; IS KILLKD he believed, had been Increased about fifty per cent making the popu-Inhibition At San DieRo Imposition lation 3,000,000. One of the ImmeIroes Fatal. diate results has been such a scarcity of rentable houses that It Is not Dou-que- t, San Diego, Cal., Nov. 4. Joe at all unusual to find advertisers of aviator, fell In a flight at the fering bonus up to 500 rubles for Exposition Grounds this afternoon anyone finding them a suitable dwell and was killed. This was the lash ing place. There arc certain restricday of his engagement to fly for the tions against increasing rents to tenexposition. last. ants already in occupancy, but these Of dark-fire- d there was on hand on restrictions do not apply to new rentOctober 1.191G, 122,368,324 pounds, A Feminine Confidence. ers, and naturally such persons have as against 149,833,563 pounds on "I shall never scold, my husband to pay high prices when they sucOctober 1 last year and 148,132,-8G- 9 again for spending so much time at ceed In finding a house. pounds on April 1 last. The the club." The number of cabs has been requantity of Green River on hand Oc"Tell mo about it." duced to a fraction of the tober 1 last was 34,344,199 pounds "Well, last nlgtit a burglar got Innumber, and a considerable numa against 45,192,580 pounds on O- to tho house, and my husband knock- ber of street cars nlso has been withctober 1, 1915, and 55,266,237 pounds ed him senseless with a poker. I've drawn from service. Cab prices on April 1, 19 10. The usual order heard several men speak of him as have Increased to a point where many is reversed in the case of stocks from a poker expert. Ho has evidently persons formerly addicted to tho cab tho Henderson district, of which been practicing at the club for just habit have given It up, but without Exchange. there was on hand on October 1 last such an emergency." finding an adequate substitute, the street cars being continually Jammed to suffocation. So there Is nothing to do but wilk, and Moscow is a city of Imposing distances. The one really serious problem which the city faces this winter, ac cording to the Informant, Is tho ques tion of fuel and light wood, coal Wood, which C03t and petroleum. from eight to ten roubles before tho was now costs as much as fifty, and the supply Is Inadequate. To be sure, thero Is wood enough In tho empire, but transportation facilities are lacking. Indeed, one of the " most unfavorable things in Russia y is, declared the American, the extremo disorganization, or perhaps better, woeful lack of organization of tranbportatlon of all kinds. Coal are both dear and and petroleum scarce, and tho outlook is not for any' Immediate betterment. Meat Supply Diminishing. -There Is a great scarcity of lard and other fats, and the meat supply is plainly becoming rapidly less. Tho ' To women who are suffering from some form o Informant declared that not only woman's special ills, and have a constant fear of breaking have the herds of cattle and swlno beea unduly reduced by excessive l.iOo,-7G2.94199,-32Mante-bellum with October 1, 1915, October 1, 1914. or with April 1, 191C. Tho aggregate of all leaf tobacco on hand Is shown to have been pounds on October 1, 1016, which includes 90S,G80,471 pounds of uustemmed and 124,338,-34- 4 pounds of stemmed leaf tobacS co. This total compares with pounds on hand on October 1, 191G, and 1,10S,0C9,9S9 pounds on hand on October 1, 1914. It is a very large decrease from April 1, 1916, when the total on hand was 1,418,091,519 pounds. Of chewing, smoking, snuff and export types tho total on hand October 1, 191G, was 704,453,507 pounds, compared with 806,73G,5G2 pounds on hand on October 1 last year and 719,411,001 pounds on hand on October 1, 1914. The total of this type on hand on April 1 last was 1,001, 8G0, 229 pounds. Decreu.sc In Ilurley Stock. A similar decrease Is noted In Bur-le- y stocks. Tho quantity of Hurley on hand on October 1 last was pounds as against 249,803,-r.7- 7 pounds on October 1 a year ago and 319,43,G,475 pounds on April 1 is 16,702,064 pounds. This is a of 12,986,917 pounds trow the Quantity on hand on April I last. On October 1, 1913, the quantity irt on nana was ZZ, pounds. ' Of Imported type there was on hand on October 1 of this year pounds as compared with G3.658.729 pounds oh October 1 last year and 60,223,041 pounds on April 1 last. Leaf tobacco on hand October 1, 191G. includes 621.038,539 pounds for which the "marked weight" was reported and 411.9S0.17G pounds, for which tho "actunl weight" was reported. Tho corresponding nmosnts for 1915 wero 760.S07.427 and pounds, respectively, nnd for April 1. 1916, 906,315,035 and 511, 77G.4S4 pounds, respectively. one-suck- er l'UiURICH GROW "UITIfJll." tobacco enjoyment jFmmmm .:;, INCONVENIENCE CAUSED In Jlei;ro Transportation Facilities Moscow Source of Voiatlon to American ., as you never thought could be is yours to command quick as you buy some Prince a Albert and fire-u- p pipe or a home-mad- e 444,-955,5- Nov, ,4. There Is Stockholm, muck Inevitable hardship In Russia, a present or threatening scarcity of many essential things nnd a general and unpleasant lack of organization, but there Is also another side to tho picture. Everybody who wants work can get It, and wnges are so high that the tremendous Increase In the cost of living has been nearly offset by thont. Mushroom fortunes are growing up over night, and the demand for luxuries is so great that It can with diUlcuIty bo met. This Is the report mndo by one of members of the the best known American colony In Moscow, who now, lifter seven years' residence His there. Is returning to America. activities during that period kept him in touch with most parts of the great empire, and he declared tint conditions In Moscow nro typical of what Is to be found elsewhere, po far as prosperity is concerned, but rathr worse in tho matters of housing and Prince Albert gives you every tobacco satisfaction your smoke-appetit- e ever hankered for. it's made by a patented WWJii process that cuts out bite and parch! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality 1 That's because On lh you will r.r rd! IU "Pro. A. l Ii Mte-V- I M UlKll ' jH ,.,n . 30th. IB07." which h mJ ;Ar men moke pipe, where one smoked before! ,?M? NjHt 'jHtitT,virn - i- IONS BURHINC PIPE AMD .CIGARETTE TOCACCO fcS7 "' ' i i H bH 1 H B prince Albert the national joy smoke has a flavor as different as it is delightful. You never tasted the like of it! And that isn't strange, either. Men who think they can't smoke a pipe or roll a cigaBay Prince Albert every' rette can smoke and will smoke if they use Prince where tobacco it told in Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a try-oloppy red bagt,Sc; tidy red tint, 10c; handsome pound certainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment tin and coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply. corking fine and that pound cryttal'glatt Aurni-dPrince Albert tobacco will tell its own story spongeTnoittentr ut half-poun- d Aumt-do- rt or 1 top that keep the tobacco in tuch clever trim alwaytl with R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO Winston-Sale- m, N. C. but tho soldiers were never so well fed, well clothed and happy in their lives. They now are sure that they nro winning and nothing can stop them, and they are well armed, In striking contrast to the first moths of the war when many had no arms at all." The prolilliltlon'of vodka, said tha American, by no Onli Business l liiol KY- - Megs (Incorporated) means banished drinking or drunkenness. The Itus- slaus lu Moscow, at least, and in the great district In which the city lies aro drinking wood alcohol, and the result Is many deaths, lamlngs and cases of blindness. "It was u great mistake," ho continued "to abolish vodka at one blow, ;; without giving the classes something to tako Its place. Light wines and beers would have prevented the present conditions. The Moscow beer saloon wus. In peace times, one of tho most orderly resorts In tho world. One rarely or never saw a drunken man there, and there wero no quarrels or disturbances of any kind. It was a pity to change all this at once." Tho narrator named some surprising prices current In Moscow, such as 4G to CO roubles ($22.50 to $30) for u pair ot shoes, the latter being degoods. manded for American-mad- e The suit ho was wearing an ordinary business suit cost 150 roubles. Food prices, however, are, In many instances, lower than thoso prevailing in Berlin, and tar below prices asked thruout Scandinavia. Various efforts huvo been made to establish maximum prices, but It has been found Impossible to enforce them. HervuntH Are "UppUh." Tho two things which mado life most unpleasant for tho American In Mobcow wero, ho said, the difficulties of getting about tho city, owing to the Inadequate street car and cab service (and the doarnea ot the tatter) and the "upplahnesa" and gea-r. lndeDondesca TAV-!- -.. .;...! gelling uii of tbe.xerrante.'' vJ.,2i'L.AiuVT.'( 11 Dui'iaiiiuvniuio'iu oorvantH any longer." find good, polite he aald. "They are all making so much money In factories that they either will not go Into rcrvice at all or, It they do, nek such high wages and comfort thoraselves lu such a I saw manner that It iu intolerable. a. girl last week in a munition factory who, tho foreman told me, was making SG rubbles tt month. Iloforo tho war sho did well If hIio nuidp. fifteen." When You Hne a Cqlil. ""'aivo'Jt attention', avoid exposure, bo regulur and careful of your diet, ulso cnmuioii.ee tu'kj"; Dr. King's It contulus I'lni-Ta- r. New Discovery. Antiseptic Oils, and IJalsams. Is slightly laxative. Dr. King's Now Discovery eases your cough, soothes your throat and bronchial tubes, chocks your cold, starts to clear your head. In a short time you know your cold 13 hotter. Its tho standard family cough syrup In uso over 40 years. Gov a bottle at once. Keep it in the houso as a cold Insurance Sold at vodka-drlnklnal OWEINSBORO. J3est located school m western Kentucky. Located in a manufacturing town where you do not have to seek a position; where the position seeks you. ytealtkfcr If you desire to work and attend school, write us. Wo are in a position to get you work while you aro in school thus assisting you in paying your way. tfiek Women WE TEACH GREGG SHORTHAND, TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOKKEEPING, Commercial Arithmetic, llapid Calculation, Business Correspondence, English, Commercial Law, Spell.ing, Business Penmanship, writing. Write us for further information. Type- For Forty Years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Has Been Woman's Most Reliable Medicine Here is More Proof. dowa, die three following letters ought to bring hope: 'I jlflfliflHiyuJIII North Croiulon, Wis. "When I was 10 reus old I got curried and at IB years I gavo birth to twins and it left ma with very poor health. I oould not walk aortas tha floor without having to fit flown irw-wrh- Mill inuham -- n -. have to Iiavo an operation. This frightened mo so much that I did not know what to do. Ilaring heard of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I thought I would givo it a trial and it made mo as of viU us over. I cannot aav -onoiurh in favor v. tho : znr .. ", rcinedies." Mrs. Mayme Asbacu, worth tranuon, z- uad.da mr.work. ' twont to a doctor and no told me I had a displacement Rod ulcers, and would formo'to'kaw-ftbou- t wa Testimony from Oklahoma. I began to tnko Lydia E. Pinkham's law'ton, Vegetable Compound I seomod to bo good for nothing. I tired easily and bad headaches much of tho timo and was irregular, I look it again before my littlo child was born atul it did mo a wonderful amount of good nt that timo. I never fail to recommend Lydia E. IMnkham's Vegotablo, Compound to ailing women it has dor.o bo much for mo." JJlrs. A. L. MoCasland, 60'j Iiavo St., tauton, Ukla. OklA.-r"Whon slaughter, but that great numbers also last winter, either from cold or hanger, due to Insufficient oara. Of foodstuffs of other sorts, however, thero U no laefc., and there can be n qaiuUon of anybody sola hungry, tho unfortunate and Auatrlans yet In the empire, who And great difficulty in getting work, nnd whoso numbers nro bo croat and their colonies scat tered over such vaat expanses of ter ritory that it hus been Impossible to prevent nil distress, oven with tbo best offorls of the American diplomat cao-e-dlit-rlbutlo- !WTOroS&W$SSSSrSrS SEE OUR NEW ic and cousulur offices, who, have un of tho Qor-ma- n dertaken tho and Austrian relief funds. Ho declared that talk ot a. uossl-bi- n rovolutlou in Jtussla Is prenp,-terpu- a. PALL GOODS NOW ON DISPLAY In strict confidence. Itoxbury, Mass. "I was suffering from inflammation and was oxaminod by a physician wlio iound that mv troublo was caused in a displacement. My symptoms wore bearing down pains, barknehn, and sluggish livor. I tried several kinds of tiien I was asked to try Lydia E. Pinkham'rt vegecaoio uompouiul. it lias curcu me nnu i am ; leased to lio in mv usual eood liealth by using it and highly rccommoud it." Mrs. B. M. Wb&SjSm 1 liayncs l'arlc, Itoxbury, .Mass. IF irm wnnt uiinilnl nilvlswt Itrltn t( I.Vlllll Your 13. rinlcliam Mcdlciuo Co. fconlldontlul) Lynn, Mass. letter will bo opened, read and answer' byivtvouiuii and held From a Grateful Massachusetts Woman. lo bald, J'Th UusbUu "never wero so prospeious as, tlvoy now fMi W9r: file er up to the highest classes. greatest furrier In tho city told mo that ho hud uover done such a business as In tho last few months. Now ans all tho way frqm the labor nppcur dally In tho automobiles streets, and the laborer Is eating more and wearing better clothes than ho ever did. People Want 1'eace. "There Is a great longing for peace among tho civil population, your druggist. Hub Clothittg Co. HARTFORD, KY. 3 QQQWQQW$G$St&$$SQ y muumtte " '" -- ""-" " DEATH RATE OF Wmmj&ux.jtw,.idtniI rfcS: hl . tt.gJi4.!,-WJI..- . j tfiii,.itv,';f't'iriih 'itn'i INDIANS HALTED XO LONUKIt VANI8HINO HAY DOCTORS WHO THKAT ItlCl) MKN. r.: TJSv; a5?1T yar 1 r(vttcnt3 isttaDacH For Infanta and Children. unwajiram i iiiuiaaiiijm.aiiMaiiM i Mothers Know Thai J IVI. 'JH j3v"f. BIRTHS ARE INCREASING Ciiinpiilpi I'or Hotter Sanitary ditions In 21 StnUw Hhcws ItChllltK. Con- Genuine Gasteria rr 2.. t rriTint.- - n pnn cent. AVcsJcbbkntpaobrnfaAj ' .. ,. : Always Bears the . 'fro it BfmfaUnGftcIbodfflrfIWi& tft temsss Washington, Nor. 4. Tho death rate which was destined to wipe the Indian raco from the faco of tho earth has been halted, nnd today there is every prospect tho Indian will survive and keep his placo Indefinitely as a vigorous, productive element in American life. This Is tho big fact made plain by figures gathered by Cato Bells, Indian commissioner, In a recent trip cov-orlseventy days, In which he traveled moro than 0,000 miles over tho whole transmississippl and Pacific Coast region, and received reports for every Indian superintendent in the United States. Riitlis Kcecl Deaths. The commissioner has Just returned to Washington. ' Figures show tho number of a births actually exceeds tho number ot deaths from all caiibes on every Indian reservation except two In tho United States," ho says, ."and that '"JTf!58HKgggSpgsg means tho Indian has ceased to bo a vanishing race. ' "SSmoS v "Throe years ago wo Inaugurated a campaign covering tho entire twenty- ' -- four States where there are Indians, Xjft-"--- ! j, to hotter sanitary conditions, teach sanitation, ventilation and homo hygiene. "We pressed the campaign especialwhich was ly against tuberculosis, destroying the race. Wo made spe cial effort to eliminate trachoma, the eye dlseaso which was ruining tho health of so many Indians. PHYSICIAN KILLED ."5.100,000 For Hospitals. "Last year we spent $300,000 to BY VILLA BANDITS build and equip new hospitals. We have organized a corps of physicians and nurses and Induced the Indian .ttlKHICAX AM) MJSmiTR F Oil. mother to come to tho matrrnlty lios- pitals for attention before and after , XKSK SHOT .AT SAXTA tho birth of Tier baby. ROSALIA. "The baby is what we have con- centratctl on. The liables "born to day are the future Indlun race.'" has been The "medicine "man" Chlhnahna 'City, Mck., Nov. 4. Dr. Flsfier, an American pljyMclau largely t'llmlnalod on the Indian res living ax Sacnta 'Rosdlta, was Stilled ervntlon and fke TvhisTiy tra'uic prac. by thp Villa bandits under Gen. Bau-del- tically wiped out. Two years Ago the Uureau of In"Urlbe, according to the statement of a Mexican 'refugee twtio ar- dian Affairs printed a pamphlet on rived !fcere from Santa RosdUa lato "Indian Dailies; How to Keep Them thousand copies Dr. Tlshor wns one of the Well." Twenty-fiv- e hawj been were distributed to Indian mothers few Americans known to in Santa Rosalia at 'tho tlmutttie Vil- and fathers and now another 25,000 have had to lio printed. la lianilta captured 'fKo town. Itescaed "Frenn Decay. Clilhualiua City, Ilex., Nov. 4. Thrt-'years ago one Indian baby Villa bandits, under Gen. .Itnulelln in every three died before It was 3 Urlbe, also executed n number of years old. Today, there Is a subChlnesound Arabs, Tesldentsajf Santa stantial lacrease ot births over Rosalht, on Octobur 20, refugees ar deaths. riving liero from Santa Rosalia, "Tho first thing thnt struck me rejiorted when I took charge of this work," Gen. Urlbe, In a speech iltllvered said Sells, "was that It is absurd to after the capturo of the town, ac- - make large appropriations, build up ciiEcd foreigners of being enemies an expenses school system and conof Villa's cause anQ ilieu ordered tho duct a tremendous business in propsummary executions of tho Chinese erty for a raco that was disappearing and Arab residents, tho refugees add- from tho earth! ' . ed. "There's no uso running an Indian It Is not known whether foreign- Bureau for dead Indians'! ers of other aatloimlities wer exe"Ou that basis, I resolved and hopcuted. ed to rescue this race from decay. After capturing tho town Gen. The reports I have Just gathered In- Urlbo gavo all prisoners tho choice dicato wo have succeeded and tho In of having thtlr ears severed from ,iian Is fast becoming n producer, In- their heads or being oxecutefl, tho stead of consumer," refugees stated. Many of the prisoners are bald by theso refugees to Vour Itowcls Should Move Ouce a havo accepted death rather than 'life-Iou- g May. y -- linilhc SIcrndisauilBffirtba. PromolcsDiltoXlicaftl-- n9 Signature of 3 OnWlorpliinciioIiiitiaL afnrn mail ssor-- " jMMSEIZMB. .. r, tKrcM'rSM!-t&infrtdSrK- VarCOTIC. T IW Use For Over LSfeW 'ft-- mk jus," i crrf? 3S0i 2KR .esasffi iffinrcJ? r lossui-;- Ifflarpanllicra' - fl H 1 W trapsnooUr who ever got liis hands on these guns, in J experienced their perfect balance, easy, positive action and fine shooting qualities. i RtarngtonUMCAutoJoaJina Shot Gun-V- ive ehots, simply press triA(er for each shot, solid torn ejection, solid breech, hammcrless, safe. For the why an J how et" the mechanical detail, tfo to He knows guru an J the t he local Remington UMC dealer. If J .Ca77 3Iar of Rtmington UMC it the Sign o Sporti- SoIclbyynurliomecJcnlernnd3,250othcr Gtmn k? reufejJ5ywtQ5sq? ?M3PtR ffigCfflggOBi ISftv-crjRSt-- fI va THCCCNTAUn m -- IT5WJw Thirty Years f..7. .t-- v RU. H M flj H B I 9 5 4i fl M mea'i Headquarten in every town. JswiagisajJgyljiyjy fprE - gSr" Tj Kr TIr??'" ItfcS.ry',!? M- w I til ymr ffn 9rit REM OIL, (omftn- - JTHE REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC Bj?S KTK. qsr8IaJg dini-culties '" '" .Tlhl Exact Copy of Wrapper. COMPANY, NCW YORK CITY mMLJLM HKSSfEJl fSfarck Pianos No Money inAdrance AMERICANS PLAY BALL IN VERDUN were apt to treat tho "grain" as a cricket bat. ItitrvtliiK Shells Interrupt. Interruptions 'during Uie gnmo wero frtrquent, jilayors inaisting o:i calling every ono's attention to a Satinfec" iron Guar nntood LowcHtNot Fa ot "ry TJ1E?iL,lL!rgSIrr"1 yfgi;;aiH 9 Prices Eisi.iit Terms A. P A. STARCK RCCltCNT bursting shell or particularly accurate shooting at German ueroplancs .MK TAKKS I'LAPE WinUX by tho French gunners. Another IlA.NRi: OK HERMAN UK! time a lenig foulTvas hit into the barbc.i'xs. ed wire tiver liy left field, and tho ball was only recovered at the expense of part of the garments of a tlclder SHELLS BURST IN VIEW gavo "who was sent In search and at detailed 'tf 'the of ndvuiiuing thru wlro enCuuie tanglements. IbuixoVU'lifi The Intorrujition, however, which DiUUuhy In 1'luiliiK Xh most demoralized tho fluid was causrielrters. ed In tho third inning, Whan some one shouted that one of the many Ger-- ( Saving of SlOO to SSOO From Factory Direct vrw-7' I lo OWN HOMES trial. In your 3 home. No cnh rayment required. AH we nsk Is that you will play upon, use and tezt this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not And it the highest crude, sweetest toned and nncst piano In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are at pcrfec liberty to send it back, and we will. In that. eent, pay the freight both ways. T to Starck Piano must make good with you,) or mere is no s&ie. H a. SO bA "JE1 v&Bitfi mmiBBaB lUlHI AVV B. ill. fa I 11 IMk W UHIW TKllbib Wn Trill shin vou Jivs1 frco beautiful Starck Piano for 1 IM " iuwu, V n II Savt $150.00 or Mora to-da- y. -- the weirdJust est baseball panics lnJilstoo-'huwithin Tango of the been played German suns new Verdun, wtth.aero-planc- s flKlittiiB and shells bursting In view of spectators and players. Iarls. Nov. 4. One f s man aumrphinesvE'hlcli hafl been sailTime ing overhead had been 'hit. was called and genoral attention centered on n'tio doomed machine, which was seen to be turning over and over in tho sunshine as It descended to We ship direct to you from our factory, prion that save you upwards of $150.00 in Jbe cost of yuur piano. We guarantee to fumltli jou a tatter piano for the monry than you can fxcurp flsiwhcre. You are usaurcd of receiving a rctUtactory twtct toned durable high grade it Vm tvv nn rn.h flivn. tint sftr An d.ivs of trial, jou con begin payment on the low-- j ,nnm.fartiiriip TliA iprmi Dl. rranfrpil to' wslble forV suit your convenience, and it yu t liny a piano lor your nome, wuuoui nWiij tho nomgr. -- , , Easy Paymmts piano. e earth. flume .Stitlfh'iily CiiHeil. American Ambulanco Section 11, Anier-lcn- u l "nnd Rich suid Norton's Hod t'roHs section wore flRMlnc In tho finals of the series between the llvo American lunbulanco units. Tho men played with their Uncos nt hand and ready to dash Uo T tho front. oi call. Frequently calls mine, too, cuusliiB changes In tlw , spi-cla- ycara. raaranteed for YLI ru bloc yrars of vlano ct it our Zi erpCTlcnce and the rtpi-tatl- ui of an old fitnhlls'iod, mpontlblc piano hou'e. 55 Ercrr SUrck Piano 5s 2nd - Hand largalno bavo. constantly en hanl a laig numlicr of ullgltl; used and tecoaJ hand pianos of all standard makes Ukcn in ex chiee fcr ran Starrt Pianos and riivtr-PlanoThe follow bugalnst ins aro a few can-pt- a ?11Q.00 weber W ' oiarcK ts rlaycr-lano- i Playar-PfiH- llno-u- p. Iloforo slarltuB play every ball player was ashed how long it was slnco ho hud thrown'or hit a ball. I'Lijcil lu Porto Itlcu. "The hist tftno I played bull was agajnst the for tho down lu I'ortQ Rico," one of the lnflelders. "What position. did you play?" he was asked. "Darned If I can remember," was his answer. "AH I know is that there wis a Iceg of beer on third base." ,v Thoro was n long delay In obtaining an umpire. Harry Holltnshed, who had been badly wounded Jn Junn and had only Just returned from the t, .hospital at Noullly, after some flnully accepted the post. There was also some difficulty In placing left and right fields on account of the entanencroachment of barbed-wir- e whllo tho Hirer Meuso clos-e- d glements, In tho field behind home plate IKyoflj ,the outQoIders a hundred or 0, ran the high etono wall of an old chateau, with lte nno tlmbored perk. Ifce abwtaMi itaelt Is now an evacuation hospital, beyond which, jtelblo a jj&k runu tho mS1t,V road' '4 wraped br munition acorad 'a trsck, ombutoaces, and all the traSlo of war. The equipment was Bomewuat lim- itod, consisting of two catcher's mitts, two other gloves, a catcher's mask, und ono bat. It was tho last Item which caused nioro concorn to , tho players than the proximity of bursting shells, for thcro was no know lug whut fale might attend tho btiiKU but. In view of Uio fact that ol ttie ti tin i hud ,.o ii n oi s. pro-jter- At tho end of tho seventh inning tho gnmo was suddenly called owing to tho fact that all tho Norton team wero etunnrened to go on at special trip Into the section of the front adjoining their own Tho team , had coino on tho Held In true college fash-Io- n, amcrowded Into a, ilolls-Koyc- o bulance, elnglng American bongs. Thirty seconds after tho special call had come the Norton anibulanco had dlbappcared and tho otlwr am bulances of the American t.ection wero back nt their permanent post rear tho chateau, , Victory lay wltli the Norton iteam, which had scored 17 runs with Olght hllti, against C nttw with live hilt.. Will Sloan's Utilrarut IteUeii) J'ltiu? Try It and see ono application will provo more tlian a column of claims. James S. Ferguson, 1 lit la , l'a, writes: "I hare had wonderful rcttef slnco I used Sloan's Liniment on my knees. To think after alt these ywirs of pain ono application gave wo jellef. Many thanks for what your remedy has done for me." Don't keep on Buffering, apply Sloan's List-mowhore your pain is and notice how quick you get relief. Penetrates wltnoat rubbing. Buy It at any Drug 3 Store. 25c. at 50' Free Music Lessons To Starrk pi trhjv--r of . niios, wi 6'Vo frco miiffic Jeiauns. in one the beft known kIujoU in 1 Stcisway Starck to-da- y. rvry if Chickering Kimball 92.00 00.00 95.00 105.00 win lighted with the many exclusive feature ot theu wonderful lnstrurr."nl, and will be pleased v;lth ths pry low prices at which thty n- bo tccurcd. the lx"t and mwt wautl. ml PlTer Pi ) in au I i"pu tnarVct. oa Starck are Piano Scot; Free Send today for our new brauiilully illurtratcd piano boolc which giic3 you a largo amount of Information regarding piano Tl Is book will Interest and pliw jou. Write today. llilcaso. Thoo jou ran In vour own home, by mail. This riprcsrnti one ytar's frrc Initructlon. Send for cur latest coropHe Second hand bargain list. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1313 Starck Bldg., CHICAGO ""raSWMHi ITHOS. E. MOggi Plasterer, ecorator and Contractor. Lifetimo oxperienco with best of workmen, ;ari'd'cai give any reforonco desired. Call me on Hartford ' Mull Co., 'phone, or address me at Hartford, Ky, mutilation. Tho town wns then looted, the refugees Reported, nnd women camp followers of tho Carranra troops there wero mistreated by the bandits, to oyowitnesses who arrived here. They reported Urlbo'e command Staid moved south toward Jlmlnez i and Parral. free easy movement of tho bow- every day is a sign of good health. Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills will give you a gentlo laxativo effect without griping and free your system ot blood polsons.purify your blood.ovor-com- o constipation and have au excellent tonic effect on tho eatiro system. Makes you feel like Irvine. 3 Only 2Co at yonr druggists. A elB t tMMWMHWfHmt Livdiei and Men's CASTORIA Fmt Islaats lMcoTry. III V been cii-tl- t, the reWftwm "f ot'theiaifj," said the great "Somo of, thegraadeat discorerles AhnyuM sult "I can readily believe that," said the fair Jady. "I onco made one that way myself." Tho great man blinked his amazement. "May I ask what It was" "Certainly," replied tho fair ono. "i' found that by keeping a boltle of Ink linudy ou etui uso it fountain pen Just like any other pun without nil f- - trouble of fllllun It." St Louis mMIj, "bate of accidents." rtv Horn Fr 0w30 Yf a m4 CkJJ4ra f "T'rfi Her "My eon pdwln is BUbJeet to croup," writes Mrs. K. O. Irwin, Now Kensington, Pa. "I put in many sWepleea SkJct to Crosy. hours at night before I Cough learned of Chamberlain's Ilomedy. Mothers need not fear this dlseaso If they keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Heuicdy in tho house and uso It as dlractod. It ?uve my boj relief." Obtain-i- i 1; I THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, We Kiock tlw Sfta Oat of Tkiiga IfSE SATURDAY EyBNIWJ POSrT and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN wish to secure the spare time of a bub or woman to act as looal in BCBtli'IJryCleaBe and PrMd (a a looUtec after the renewal of their fiuyertor Makner, seotietk, Kany asbeeriptiona In tbta and lntroduolng these paDliMtttona Send Vs yor Caraseala and Have TkeM tw new readers. Payut will be made in salary and commlselon. PreCLEANED CLEAN vious expericneo la desirable bat not Packages called for and delivered. essential. For details address, with references, Box 664, THE CURTIS CLUB PUHLISHINQ COMPANY, Independ- THE ELITE PRESSING 1712 A. Iva Nail, Prop. Squnro, Philadelphia. ence repro-eateitve -- .Hatfvrd-;iidi.v.Vciail- Garment i IKHUHL Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. Lea-bo- bb Pie-tore explained by Mortnu tiertaaBd, Telegraphy, Steaotypr, Music, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equip ment. Position assured. "Write for catalogue. Book-kecplBK. saetise. 8rea big , , Li jujnt up U K ".A' ud "I'l " ul u i' OASTORIA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S HARTFORD, ICU.NTUCKY. rlubsviilie for The Hat tford Repub- Hi in $1 .00 per eiir. Daviess OV Co. Bus. Col Incorporated N I'OIK 'l fc." jzci mm uitt llartford Republican. cr has been reduced to a science." Tho fact remains, however, that for some reason Americans neglect flsh Instead of conitoturml nccordln to law nt the Poitotftn as nn article of diet. tTpHonl, Ky., no mnll mntter ol the necotid suming what wo catch, wo export It to foreign countries that arc largo consumers of fish. As an article of Editor AHMSOX J. HARNETT . .i .r. HARTFORD BOYS SELL BIG PLANT KOHMKtt ROGKRS ltHOTlIKKH, OHIO COUXTIAXS, MAKK fJOOI) IX MOUNTAINS. m Address CRre nil communications Hartford Republican. nomlcal, and In neglecting It, tho to American people aro neglecting a val- uablo food product. ' --- i.i,i,i - necessary to success. That they learned tho lesson well, nono who knew them doubt. One Of the brothers linn snld tho best motto they ever had was "never glvo up." , They succeeded In making n high class coko and In putting Eastern Kentucky "on the map" as a coking coal field. They have dono moro to establish Eastern Kentucky ns n coking field than all tho other Interests operating In J MAMMA'S BOY Mu$t Have a New 1 Solvay Coke. Co., of Ashland. Kentucky. We learn tho deal was consumated several days ago, but title passed on tho first day of November. We are not advised as to the consideration but understand about a half million dollars worth of property passes In tho deal. Tho property sold represents tho holdings of the Rogers Brothers In the Marrowbone District. Tho Elkhorn Consolidated Coal and Coke Co., Is tho largest Independent producer of coal in the Sandy Valley and the best equipped of Pike county operations. Us daily capacity Is 1,000 to 1,800 tons. The firm of Rogors Brothers who figure In this deal nnd are the sole owners of the Elkhorn Consolidated Coal property. Is composed of our fellow townsman, Mr. Fon Rogers, who Is candidate. We are entering on the third week president of the PIkesville National i . The rooster tramps restlessly about of a glorious revival In the Beaver Bank, his twin brother, Lon RogersJ. L. Tho in the barn yard. Xo light shines Dam Baptist Church. During pastor is and becameRogers. Tho three broth- o Interested In tho Marrow-twthe past ers It doing the preaching. from the windows of the cabin. weeks we have had thirteen for bone field In 1907 nnd have actively eems to be anybody's race with everybody claiming it. Xot since tho baptism and church membership, one directed tho nffalrs of the Elkhorn Tilden-Haye- s campaign has the sus- by letter and 0110 backslider reclaim- - Consolidated company ever since. The market for Marrowbone coal pense following a presidential elec- ed. These are the visible results. been greater and extreme parti- The church has been greatly reviv- was almost completely lost in 1907 tion sans on both sides yesterday showed ed, the members are doing a great and 190S after tho six coal plants on signs of worry. Reports of every de deal of personal work, and a great Marowbone had opernted more than scription have reached Hartford since blessing has resulted. During this a year. Four of these six operations Tuesday. Tuesday nignt ti iookcu week we hope to have a wonderful were shipping coal froiii both the like, a Hughes landslide and Wilson blessing In 'the work, and see many Upper and the Lower Marrowbone seams. Two operations mined and men trodded home wearily at an ear-'l- y saved. Every one who Is Interested Is- cor- shipped only the upper seam coal hour. The Hartford Herald came out Wednesday morning announcing dially invited to attend these ser- With the loss of the jnarket to Mar rowbone in 10 OS, the four plants that It. L. CREAL. the election of the Republican candi- vices. C had been operating both seams ver Js the first time In history date. It forced to abandon the lower scam that we have been so eager to take WANTS MAYOR TO 1IKI.P HIM PICK OUT A WIKK entirely, which scam on account of word for it and it Is the Herald's tho excesbivc ash and Laminated cpal probably the first time that the HerHenry K. Baldwin, of Richmond, It contained, was considered worth hopes so earnestly that it has ald .misrepresented the result. It may Ind., who recently, in a letter to less. The plants operating this dor- .be several days before we know tho Mayor JJusch merer, announced he withdrew their steel and It laid 'was looking for, a "nico Kentucky la- - tmant until 1911 when tho Rogers result beyond a doubt and In the a w"e. notified the Mayor Brothers turned their attention to Meantlme it seems that one side has v" long time ,It seemed Just about as much cause for rejoic tins morning that he has received Coke. For a jso many offers that he Is unable tq that the mining Industry In the MarIng as tho other. answer all tho letters promptly. He rowbone District was doomed to utTJIB JIKSUIVT IN OHIO COUNTY. says ho Is coming to Louisville to ask ter failure.. All the operating comThe, result of the election In Ohio the Mayor's assistance in selecting panies including the operation owned county is gratifying to Republican the "right" girl, and promises to have and operated by tho stockholders of workers who brought about the 559 a box of cigars, made to order, for tho Land Company (The Big Sandy) of which Charles E. Hclllcr, of Bosmajority. The Democrats conceded the Mayor, for his services. Tho writer still insists that his ton, Mans., was president made every county by not over 300 the day tho before the election and the polling of wifo must know a good deal about effort to sell their property, but In over 250 more is about all that poultry, because poultry Is his "long vain. One of the six operations wns sold suit." Ho seems to have absolute could be expected. soveral belong credit for this confidence In Mayor Buschmeyer, at tho Court House door under the To Wo understand tho victory other than the splendid can- who, however, will refuse to make "hammer." put out, hut the outstanding any suggestion us to who shall be the Plko Consolidated Coal Company of didates figures among them Is Chairman L. futuro Mrs. Baldwin. Louisville which Mr. Charles E. Helller, of Boston, a man of great wealth was H. Condlt, who Inconvenienced him- Times. president changed hands twlpo and self to his own financial detriment to tho other four only kept their heads conio to Hartford and manage the WO FOItKST FIRE Tlieso we un-dManaging a county camSWEEPS CHRISTIAN "abovo tho water." campaign. stand to bo tho conditions of the paign is a Job not to bo considered Hopkiusvtlle, Ky., Nov. 7. Forest Marrowbone District In 1909 whon Hghtly and 0110 experienced at tho game usually makes many blunders fire, which has been burning sinco tho Rogors Brothers facing a comduring tho fight. Although tho work last Friday, has destroyed between plete tnllure in handling tho coal for 'was now to him Mr. Condlt was four and five square miles o ftlmbor tho general market, turned their atIn tention to testing the cokclng quality quick to grasp tho lino points and In tho Manniugton neighborhood lias caused to prevail nil unusually, North Christian and Is not yet entire- of tho coal. In 1909 and 1910 tlieso good- - spirit of harmony among his ly under control. Tho people In that brothers shipped several car loads of precinct assistants nnd tho G. O. P. region have been fighting day and Marrowbone coal to tho famous Region of Pennsylvania ranks. Ho has been untiring in his night and only desperate work has fforts tpv tho Republican ticket nnd kept a number of farm houses from where they had several thorough tests niado by tho best coke makors being consumed. tho party. now returns to his homo One night tho neighbors fought known to tho trade, among the exMr. Condlt at Pt. Pleasant, but ho goes with the tho liames four hours to prevent tho perts being Mr. T. J. Mitchell, perregrets of his many new friends In destruction of nhome lu which the haps tho best coko maker In thu Hartford, who wish him always tho dead body of tho owner lay In a cof- United States. Having demonstrated to their com-plet- o tame success that crowned his efforts fin. Several corn fields wero burned. satisfaction tho high coking Thero has been a drouth in this secas campaign chairman. quality of their coal, tho Rogers ae tho county, and this has tion of OTiW IT8H AHH .KATKX against the successful fight- Brothors set about' building their HY TIIK AMERICANS ing, of tho Humes, It is supposed the plant at Coaldalo near Helller, In fire started from sparks from a lo- 1911. Thoynro tho pioneers, having blazed tho way ns the first coke Tho American people apparently comotive. ' ' if It y; makers In Eastern Kentucky. do not like fish. This country pro '? i.fi it... ' took a great deal of "nerve" to) duces mora .fish than any jqthor sea SUICIDES AFTER KILLING W pioneer the coke Industry In this ter coast voiui't'ry inthJB.ltyrfrld land eats . ' ;: ; wiFr2. A,l rto.X'fr-.lt?KH. 'Ill 1IL17 1UT' I'llKli LIIU ritory us. tho coal had been rejected aitUL'il Hopklusvlllq,. Ky.,- - Nftv 8. John as- a. merchantable coal- - and was tho centef'of tho flshttfg linlustry tho consumption of fish Is ubout lhlrtecn Bowles, fnrinor. 50 years old, shot knocked by everybody in tho coal buying coal 1.. tr&do vunl killed his wlfo'aiid .ti:. pouiuls per capl.ta". .Tha average til yhcJl',Marrqv capita cpusumpjuon ior.,,iuo coyuiry Jnmes Oldrt'tfce, lusThlsht and com- -' Ij!tvnu 'Kentucky. 'nfftlod 40 tattlo. ' Th$ro haitbson fnmt hoiiM'.fftatwl tlujyihuld.v'.'.wo told yoji as a wholo is o.wo ounces.; fur forty pop mis, Raiplu owr thh ily trouble for'aon'le time nnd Mrs. so'" jnd 'kept out of .MurrawJioni ty pounds mid, England fifty nqgmla. UowlM'hiil brought; a ult fo.r divorce,' terrlUrjM'rqru. tljo day they built uo. logical reason for but withdrew' It. their flrst1 oolo ovmi thlr ouccoga 'There , Bowles shot Ills wife 'QVa ttmenwM asurd and tho redemption - Of his," According to u bulletin Issued eoal made certain. by the Now England Fish Exchange. and left her body lying In the front "Traitsportaii( ?i fieilltles itre such nM of their home. He rode flv Thoso who knew these brothers best Ii them to luil in their that t r'-J- i 'ii Ii' ''iibfu'd to miles to HopMiiMillr on horxi'li.K1 "evtr iMi'-etoe 1. ' ll H s ri Hi' rl 'tffulv '.l 111 II ;ll I' III Till 'I ICS WI'IC Mllll't r' ach hi1 ". . i a-: ei Con-nellvll- lo ed -- LOSSKH OK BRITISH XAVY NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS XOW TOTAIj ."501,71)0 TONS dwlrlnff the niirr wnt to n new Aiim mnet Rlro the old niMn-w- i In making the .roqaant. Berlin, Nov. 8. "Tho sinking of BualnfKi LocnU nnd Xntlcre 10c per line iwil 3c a British small cruiser off tho Irish lloelnr enrh iiililltlomil lnerllon. ttt Obltunrle. HnolntloriW nnd Card ol Th inte.tc Coast by a German submarine has Inperils, money In mlrnnw. creased tho total Rrltlsh losses In Stiunh Xollc-- tor nervine free, but other battleships and cruisers to 501,790 idvertloemput. Go kt line. cqtnninni-ntont rewlvo no tons," says an Overseas News AgennoDj!ngn Tuesday, "This cy announcement i&es not Inclutlo British 'auxiliary TBIiSPS 3XTE C. ..123 cruisers, submarines, torpedo boats .... Cvxro."barla.riA ...- .or guard ships lost. .. CO "According to the known strength of the nrltish navy at the beginning FRIDAY, XOVUMlSKIt II). of the wnr It has lost 14 per cent of Its battleships, 30 per cent of Itn 14 per cent Although defeated John P. Has-'we- ll armored cruisers and cruisers. Thirty-nin- e of Its protected made a good clean race for Conships of a total of 443,500 tons gress In the Fourth District and has have been destroyed by German naacquitted himself with duo credit. Without a doubt Mr. Haswell Is one val forces. "The extent of the British losses ,of the most able men the Republicans In view of the fact that In this district and when they Is notable haye at the beginning of the war tho beat him a good one was defeated. navy's tonnage was 497,000 He has lost nothing by making this French and the Italian navy's 335,000. race for new friends have been ac"Moreover, the British navy has quired In each of the counties In lost fifty torpedo boats of 71,500 tons which the race was made and a genseventy-si- x submarines. eral acquaintance is of inestimable and "Tho figures given take Into convalue to one in public life. We arc only those losses regard.jsorry Haswell was not given the op- sideration ing which no doubt exists.4' portunity to fight the battles of the tvo fourth District in Congress for the SCC'CKKSITIi IIHVIVAIj AT nest four years but point with pride ltKAYKIt DAM CHURCH to the mngnlllcent race made by the gubncrllxTX e CLEAN UP SUM ON Holding Around H.i Id this field. It hnH always been n mystery o COKE tho peoplo In the Upper Sandy Valley, that the Big Sandy Company, owning ns they did a hundred ncres of this coal field, did not thoroughly test tho merits of their coal before they themselves undertook to put it on a market which It was unfitted for. That they did not Is true. That this task was left to tho Rogcra Brothers everybody knows, nnd to them Is due tho credit of redeeming tho Marrowbono coal field and establishing Eastern Kentucky coal as a coking field. Your corespondent learns that tho Elkhorn Consolidated Coal mid Coko Company has been one of tho host nnd most safely managed operations In Kentucky. We have that these brothers havo made it a rule never to nsk men to work where .they By this themselves would not go. careful policy and consideration for their men, tho list of accidents at their mines was reduced to a minimum. Wo learn that they find, In reviewing their ten years experience as coal miners, that not n single Judgment for personal Injury has been awarded against them In any court. Tills lsx considered a marvelous record for a company shipping ns much ns 35,000 tons of coal per month. They are to bo congratulated upon their splendid management and Plko County and Kentucky should be proud of tholr humanitarian record, ns woll as the .good work In establishing Eastern Kentucky coal as one of the best coking coals on the market. The achievements of theso brothers must bo very gratifying Indeed, us they entered tho coal business with less money than any of the other five operations In the .Marrowbone territory and quit tho field producing ns much or moro coal, perhaps, than all tho other five mines, a record .of no means proportions. Your correspondent Is glad to advise the people of Pike county that these brothers aro not leaving the county but are looking for some good coal proposition for development. e I Suit Overcoat, Shoes, Underwear, To Huvo Drought Hair Million KlrM to Stnrt Industry. Shirts, Hosiery and a New Hat or Cap. X X Important deal has been consumated Iri1 the Marrowbone coal Held by which the property of the Consolidated Elkhorn Coal and Coke Co., passes to the Kentucky A very this store is very much interested in your boys. The perpetuation of this every-datrading place lies largely with the present generation ol young Americans. We are especially interested in grafting them into our boys' branch MAMMAS, y I I i t of this mammoth business tree; that this institution may grow in favor with them and they may grow in favor with the store's management; that when they reach manhood and the stern realities of life is assumed they will be united with us in maintaining a universal trading place with equal advantages to the buyer and seller. This store, in buying and pricing every article, considers the interest of the store and the customer is on an equal basis. Fair play and courteous treatment enters into every transaction, and we solicit your patronage solely on the merits of our merchandise. We are prepared with every article of wearing apparel necessary for your boys' comfort and appearance. Merchandise of service and tidiness, merchandise in which the value and the price is on a par. Now, we don't ask you to come here and buy, but we do insist on an opportunity to show you the nice things for boys. The buying will be left entirely with you. 1 1 t t 1 x X. 1 r HON. A. I). KIRK', New County Attornej. Hon. A. D. Kirk, th" Republican nominee, who wns elected to the office of Cotjuty Attorney on last Tuesday, in so far as wo aro ablo to loam, enjoys the distinction of boing the first to laud this office without opposition. In 10 or. 50 years, and perhaps tho first who over held tho olllco without uny sort of opposition, as Mr. Kirk was unoppobed In his own pir-t- y primary. . 'Tho cerllficato of election In all probability will bo Issued and Mr. Kirk will nt ouco qualify to fill out tho unexpired term of Mr. C. U. Smith, who resigned to become Commonwealth's Attorney. Mr. Kirk Is a young innn. with exceptional ability, u good lawyer, energetic and conscientious and we feel merits tho confidence shown. to-da- y I E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. ' o to tho atevedoro wug'es' which tiro men wore ablo to earn. .Feeding tho Haitian nrmles lu tb "days beforo' tho American "big nrotnor" movement was 'not u difficult Job. Garrison' rations consisted of a sugarcano stalk two feet lpiiB and whatever oIso'HuiroI- c!lor ooul'il bog, borrow or afealr or-lhr- ''' - pbr-inn- '." by-me- n Got-man- y, 1 ,' Maw-uwl-on- e . I 1), ' r ' ,1 M' n s - In ' 'v ., ii ml il " f.iri'i' - IleM Been There. Sunday School Teacher And tho father of tho prodigal son fell on his neck, and wept. Now, .why did ho ' ... weep? I guess, Tommy Tuffnut IIuli! uccordlng to ap- you'd wee'p, loo, If you fell on your tho Haitian army, ' stutetnents. parently authentic ncclc.-Llfd. . Tho army oiucers of Haiti were as t-rfond of cold luco as a. mountain girl . .. Sitiull wonder.thon, Good 120 aoro larm on Rougli of bright colors. regaihi of a Field Marshall Rivor, 3 mllos westof Hartford. 00 that tho Tlmos acres liv cultivation; othpr- - 0,0. acres was ovrywhoro In otMoiico now the lutvu uhaiiKwl. howover, and woodland. :sijwcvrou Apply, . American mariue'ln quiet Uhakl takes TINSLWY A lUltNBTT, . tlia pliicu oi tue usuiau IlartfSrd. Ky. and hhi resplendent costumes. In lornier times the pay of a Hal- Mu! Cntemln Uifiik Htx-k- . Uu'i Mildltr wa biiiall at !) t, noth- AVIkh tho line lroIdi'iit Laconii ..l W'l'bt, !!"! H II t'l'"'' I1WUI-i- .f ol Haiti sit iiboul (u i'i ili'Oe ho u up I' th' u. ii ' i u l ,u I' I' i, ii 'in " , . 1 ''"' Koi-.Sal- '' I ' ; .. iire-wu- er a- - A Tiinoly Application. l i i . ! t ihi ' if ii .. '( .iii fD irni bank ;u i rip r n Miir. - ui uanvi i u Miuicim ilivu ii JlK'jl iU '1 l I ,:i tilt any B.'l l t lUUlt. Lira!, Uuui'.vs Smart Ro- y- I'leasti, sir, I've oomo Job nt errand boy at this hop fej?" The in,,- - nut i ,in't want an er-- 1 '"I " iw on.' already, t,,v 'tair. He' i that bus oy r tl,ere tor tho i" V- - V PAY YOUR ELECT BET ions onslaughts by Prussian and Bavarian ellto troops. Tboy came back covered with blood nnd dirt, but with Tho sloro liouso of Mr. S. M. James, (By Fluke McFluke.) their beads high, and singing with Select was broken Into on Inst Satall tho strength of their lungs. urday night. Quito a lot of goods "I hnvo seen soldiers working In wero taken, tho tho oxact nmouitt Is Now, that the clocxloa Is back of not known. A court of Inquiry will us, wo don't have to sit around lis- raptured German trenches turned upartillery, ho held on Saturday. tening to alleged political arguments side ddwn by and In now In rallrond work In New A1UX1CU. STHAY STREAKS. Lloyd-Goorgc- 's I Now that the big contest is ended, and you have either won or lost, the next question is, PAY UP. Probably it may be a Stetson Hat; we have them at $3.50, $4. and $5. Shoes It may be the best pair in Hartford; we have them at $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00. Or it may be a good Rain Coat; we have them from $5.00 to $15.00. Or the finest Suit of clothes; we Can fit you from $10.00 to $25.00. Possibly it may be a Tie, or Shirt or Sox; come to us, we can serve you at a small price. Don't be "grouchy" if you are beat just smile and pay up. Do this, and TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. remember that IT PAYS 1 Ikz&l&Gcx Hartford Republican. I'M DAY, NOVEMBER l- - BT. Ij. K. It. TIME TAULE. L., II. No. 113 duo at Klluiitch 8:32 p. m. No. 110 duo at Elliultcu 7:30 a.m. No. .112 Lv. Ellmltck .. 3:40 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton .. G:35 p.m. i ., Lv. Irvlngton .. G:GG p.m. l Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. No. Ill Lv. Louisville .. S:3G a.m. Ar. Irvlngton ..10:00 a. m. Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellraltch SI., II. .M E. K. K. TIME TABLE. , 'South, Bound, No. 11G ' Duo at Hartford S:46 a. m. ,' North Bound, No. 114 . G:G5 p. m. Duo n't Hartford (Both "Mixed Trains.) ... . fr I Personal. News and Social Events. I t ' Mr. J. E. Miller, of Olaton, was town yesterday on business. in Pattou, of Ralph, was Esi. yesterday on business. in town ' Mr. T. rLTYyinlrenTorso Branch, wns hero yesterday on business. Esq. " ifo of-S. W. Mrs. Leach,-w' Is very 111 of pneumonia. Leach, Mr. U. U. IfaghVd. of East' View, .formerly of Hartford, yas here Tues- - J.l7 da'y.' ' . 'T ' Vju'dg'e businessWrfnk. V f.Vm- - JoTTiTU. .Wllgojli - '".trip to ' made a short LoulsvHle tins Q lotTlri- SnleHouse tuid 'jJftswVt ?3G0. Hart-ford- ? cAJEij-rtUl- ' thfs'vlc,1i!'.'.,, ., friends nir rt ! j'.oulsvlll 0 ." .. !" ,'i - . I Imlnghnni, Ala:, are YMilJut?, friends i .. ' (& MAVn nml.l Haft-- , Colt Agrees Pit. J. ford, or nor- - Crunch. Ky." '" Mr. Hnnltu iH.-nt-." 111 S BBAN H"" SS" m ' .'....' , ' '" ' ' V;' ' !' billy goat ico to visit relatives and collect and equal to about one-hamount dead gamo specimens for tho power. Louis-villa Audobon Country Club, of A stranger dropped Into our office WrightT who has the other day and made inquiry about Miss Cliunilo been visiting her sister, Mrs. C. K. ono of Hartford's citizens whoso Smith, city, for tho past few weckn name ho was not certain of, nnd after returned to her home In Dawson a bit of deliberation ho finally said Mrs. Smith ac- be believed the party's name was Springs, yesterdny. companied Miss Wright homo for a Lee Seminary. We asked the gent If he thought the man's name was short visit. Hlley motor- Cemetery as .wo had a comotery In Mr. and Mrs. Wallace town. He said he thought not tho. ed from Union City, Tenn., reaching Made from Cream of Tartar morning, to visit Wo finally pointed out II. E. Lee Hartford Sunday Slmmcrmnn to the inquiring partv oS their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. C. Ri- nnd he at once recognized NO ALUM-- NO PHOSPHATE the man ley, and other relatives for a few he was hunting. days. Tho trip was made without an i accident In Mr. alley's roadster. added an additional 12,000-h- . p. to Doc Riley, Doc Tichenor and Al They will probably be here until the Its generating plant by driving a tun-t- el fetched n box of old bones into the first of next week. through a mountain nnd tapping office a week or two back and I tho bottom of Annex Lake. Annex Mr. Hcber Matthews, editor of the kept an account of the questions Herald, who had an attack of heart asxed me about said bones until the Lake is one and one-ha- lf miles long, nuarter mile wldo and about 200 feet trouble several days ago, was thought number reached 999, then lost my deep. The additional 12,000 h. p. to bo little. If any, better yesterday tally sheet. I've told Al I'd give him gives the company 18,000 h. p. for afternoon. Mr. Matthews was able until thanksgiving to get them out, use nt tho mines. to walk up town for a few minutes and not making any bones about the o Sunday hut has beqn confined to his matter, if those old Fossil's stiffeno- bed slnco nnd his Illness Is causing ing pieces ain't out by then, I am CAMtA.NXA NOT TO RESIGN I'roKiwii concern among his going, that's all. considerable . BECAUSE OF CAXDUACY For Laymen's Meeting of the Methfriends. odist Church, Sunday night, Nov. 12, RT.. Mexico City, Nov. 8. Gen. Venus-tlan- o rT.itilt1t l tliuivtuut fnfmflflv I met an old Umber kne'ed friend at 7:15. , 1111. 1IIUIUIU nAUfllatnn mmiv..' ' Carranza announced to the Asof Hartford, came In tho first of the early the other day with two brick Subject Ideals. Ideals for 191C sociated Press here that he would In and 1917, by W. II. Barnes. week to visit friends and relatives colored eyes, floating nround for a few days bofore going to Pitts- blubbcry brine and when I asked him Version, plus tact, plus contact not resign ns First Chief ,bccausi of bis candidacy for tho presidency burg to take a courso in electrical what bad him, he said, it's none of equal victory, by Bro. Napier. republic. He said, however, business sir, theys noth- Ho has been located In your d engineering. A number of short talks by other of the Now Mexico for tho past few years, in' got me it's what I got what's members, on the subject of the hour. that if he regarded it as advlsablo be would withdraw from his official engaged In railroad work. Mrs. Pen- matter. I thought the question not Special music. post just before the Constitutional pceompanied him on his visit one of debate so I went my way. dleton elections. Electrical Sparks. to Hartford. Gen. Carranza added that up to the Electric pumps were used to irri-gi- te Election Results. Will pay cash or Hour for good 3,000 acres of rice in Califor- present .time tho returns between A few of tho people feel fairly well merchantable corn. Flour Is bettor Mexico and the United States had time, another part feels nia. tbnn cash as all signs nnd predic- most of the Germany has abandoned plans for not been strained. good a part of the time and the rest $15.00 flour before tions indicate an imperial monopoly of all electric many days. Civil War prices In all of tho fellows feel good when the ! nlnntR. COLLEGE FOR HOBOES others don't feel so well. probabilities will be excelled. Will TO OPEN IN CHICAGO Children of the grade school in corn and furpay market prices for Messrs. McCoriulck and Wllccc, Freeport, 111., .are taught to read elecnish you Hour ns cheap as you can Chicago, Nov. 4. The first term light meters. No better Hour chairmen of the two leading partlei tric got It anywhere. Following the lead of White Plains, of the College for Hoboes, which Is In tho campaign Just about closed, made. of sponsored by James Eads How, St. N. J., the electric light poles each developed full ICO horse-powELLIS MILLING CO. 18t4 came to claiming elections Walllngford, Conn., will as far as pos Louis "millionaire hobo," will open when it Tho Ohio County Fiscal Cour.t.with by overwhelming results beyond all sible bo hidden this summer by cllmb-- I hero next week. Eventually $30.-00- 0 g, will be spent toward an endowCounty Judge, John B. .Wilson ing roses. manner of doubt., and Justices, Ed Shown, B. wireless plant ment fund. For the winter $1,500 The W. Taylor, B. C. Tichenor, W. S. Against the latest Improved Edi- at Sayville, L. I., was. unable to send is available and a building now Is beDean, Wlnson Smith and B. F. Hlce, son talking-machin- e we hitched our messages for three days owing to ing sought. present, convened yesterday for a old friend Bob Walker up in The term hobo Is to be discarded sJeet forming on and breaking the two days session. Esq. S. L. in favor of "migratory, unskilled lacontest. We were not much aeratls. Lost Small black purse on Union was absent as was Esq. S. W. surprised when the talking machine an electric borers" and the collego Is planned At Cuenca, Ecuador, St., between residences of A. W. Lo- Leach, whose wife Is dangerously X course man couldn't even get his chatter light plant is under construction, the to give a sort of gan and H. 1 Tnylor.contalnlng $5 of pneumonia. Tho entire day yesknocks, box started while Bob was on the machinery being furnished by Gen- to the college A full lino of Progress" Hot Blast terday was consumed In the allowance same square.' Sanitation and moral values, oreral Electric Company of Schenec- Heaters, Cook Stoves and Ranges of miscellaneous claims. tady. A municipal plant is to be ganization of the wanderers, vagranon display at Acton Bros., HartMr. WiiTiaiii S. Moorereturned to It 'Is with somo consolation that wo erected at Daulu and a water and cy laws and the rudiments of eco1S12 Lexington ford, Ky. Wednesday morning to turn to Wednesday morning's Issue light plant at Tulean. nomics are to comprise the curriculThe Capitol building of the State um, Mr. Hooker Williams returned to resume his work In tho University of of the Hartfor dllerald and read i his work In Frankfort Wednesday, Kentucky after a short visit with his again and again the admission theer-l-n of Pennsylvania at Harrisburg, folBusiness Scholarship. after spending n few days hero with parents. Mr. Moore, who Is a senmade, thdt Hughes wins over Wil- lowing the lead of the other Stnto capitols, will bo illuminated in tho Wo have for sale, a scholarship, his family. ior in tho Department of Mechanical son. The good for a complete course in either near future by Hood lighting. Forest Rice, son of Esq. B. F. Bice, Engineering, was recently selected as projectors will be mounted on near- Bookkeeping, and Accounting or Mai Gift. being confined to his bed and a member of Uio Tau Beta PI Honoraafter Thursday, October 19, at Wichita by buildings and other points of ad- Stenographers Course in the Owens-bor- o room during the past llvo weeks, Is ry Fraternity, because of tho high Business & Industrial College. grado made by him In his depart- occurred the marriage of Mrs. Allco vantage. to bo out again. able u Mining For particulars apply at Republican The Part Taylor wlioTs In school ment. Membership in tho Tau Beta Rial to Mr. John F. Gift. Both are Mr. is-coveted honor among Mechan- well known here. They returned to Company, of Juneau, Alaska, has office. tf iu tho University of Kentucky at Lex- PI Wellington Thursday evening, accomington, came homo last week to be ical students at State. The faculty and trustees of Hart- panied by Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Who-man- s, hero for the election Tuesday. Mr. William Moran and Miss ford Collego are arranging for a patJ. C. llerTTairjust received a shipNovember 17, Christina Rial. That evening they of choice MInco Meat in bulk, ron's day on Friday, ment It. P. Green, of the wero entertained at a threo course also Crunberrioe, Celery, Figs, Rnis-ln- s, 101C. ProL bo Buppcr by Mr. and Mrs. Whomans, Crape Fruit and White Grapes. Western Kentucky Normal, will present nnd deliver an address at tho with tho following guests present: rsf class imMonoy to loanHon-ficourt house at 1:30 p. m nt which Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hale, Mrs. Lulu Not A "Tack Not A Nail proved roal ostnte. From flvo to tho ontlro student body will bo pres- Brown, Mrs. Sarah Rosebaugh, Wiltwenty year. For terms see or ent. All patrons both In nnd out of liam Moran, Philip Rial, Dean Hale, writo W. II. PAUKS, Hartford, town aro cordially Invited and urged Christina Rial, and Masters John and IStf Ky. Ernest Whomans. Mr. and Mrs. to bo present. A Parent-TeachMrs. Carollno Barbour Williams, Association will bo organized and an Gift received many beautiful and usereturned from St. (Louis Monday, effort made to bring tho school and ful presents. WSiMfZ&ffm x it si out a tack or whero she had been' visiting her moth- patrons In closer touch and to adFor tho present they will make nail; of the softpast ten vance educational Interest. er and brother for the their home on North Plum street, est, toughest days. they expect to formerly of but early in tho spring Petty, Mr. Arthur leather known, X. .r j,st. Yule oy"on Union or Main Hartford, hut now living In Hender- move to Mr. Gift's farm northwest on broad, sensistreets In Hartford. Key No. 1005S. son, wns here Tuesday and Wednes- of town. ble, improved Note Mrs. Gift is the daughter of Finder please present same at Tho day. Mr. Petty has bought hair Inlatu the most perfect child's thoc Republican oillccs nnd receive re- terest In a printing establishment Mr. A. P, King, of Hartford and tho cvermade The one ward. at Henderson nnd Is now In partner- above was taken from a Wellington, shoe a child oul-Mr. A. ETElIhTand Mrs.. Ellis who ship with J. C. Ullcy, of Henderson, Kansas, paper. ( t'fOW3. V, o. Potty was for sevhave been visiting relatives In this lu tho busluess. Buy 'nilllken" Shoes and let the and adjoining counties for several eral years on tho Herald nnd Repub- BRITISH "TOMMIES" "AWFUL children rump and FIXE LOT," SAY OFFICERS days will return to Washington next lican mechanical forces and knows play to their heart' . Tuesday. printing business from A to Z. , the content without anLondon, Nov. 5. One. of tho latest noyance to you, inMr. Hooker"" WMlllams, of Frank- Ho is certain to make good In his to tho British Western front jury to the home or Ho visitors fort, camo down Sunday "for n short new field Just as iio did hero. tho famous, ditcoinfort to themis Louis Raomakers, visit with his family and to cast his has also been connected with the selves. r f to Frankfort. LettQbflalil Oazetto.,'.aiid.,.tho- Owens-bor- o Dutch cartoonist, on whoso head tho ballot. Ho returned j feet cf ctiildren ere easily irritated by stifTeoIis Kaiser hats set a price. ' Inquirer. Wednesday, . crnarjow shoes, "DHHkeii" Shoes are made by cpeeial-istin't- li xt "I hu'vo seen most incredible " largest shoo factory in the wpild; devoted exclu- -i MIss.lvennedyTolTIns has rcturne things," ho 'said today. "Almost aw; Ohio County Deaths. ivclyto the manufacture of Cliildicn's Hili ?rad.Slc. bweusjioro, where sho had been ffom Mr.-Q- . The soles on "BilHJcen" Slioeo aift I?tru Oak Kciibiu W. Hlnton, aged 8 years, soon as I had set fiot.on French soil, In a hosDlVaf" undergoing an operaLeather the softest and mot; plU.(lc koftroi? &&(; died at his homo nebr Westerfleld, on T was shown n llrltlfiji, boomakerVi lUtenoldH nnd tonsillitis. Miss ctpccutlly prepared to withstand" .i. J sprvke. The absence tion for shop In which 300,t)lrt''- of shoes tho.flth, Inst., of nlhnnUt Incident t3t!c,oi!d-entcsrtw'tl'ur- s '' .ifiOi.Tai.U.ct, j Colllus'ls (Jolhs)n'icoty ' nr" repaired every 'rtAy''aiid u baker ' "s'" n nlil nirn. nd firr.kure. 'Ire tfc tt .Icr tV? dewtiu. foud and AmbrQse.'u'g'ed' 1' son of Ar.' shop which, bakes half ,a million r!J(torso. 'WiuitcJlM-lTwIFltnible soiet make tjitun at c lufw a' .'e 0tt. a aratif)"!. Tta. qiUo W ' ' . ' . ' A( untl bugy Uorp T." B.Aiubrpo'. of.jienr WofltQrlK'l'h loaves daily. " W-siuajelcjkiUr iv-- vJ j i' tire for a sorbite thaom-fni- t AM tVy are cst.vjilysfjj. or the'usO 'tff jftnja-4iiri..."I havo travsjai ttlonjmaryulpua H& UiM 3rd. of dlpUth'oclii.,1,, ' . - "lUf. Winter1. AMiJ''uh-.tUo!Ila'ift)r'- l PflflJtUuHiijBU. a new railroad jtoxjtf'uila. ' ?Udy.' of! ' u'aar UfeU road, MI!U witU ft' constant Tobacco Warehoinq. aged and rteuifotott:' i miliii. n naifl naw Viirnt- - FurdsviUe, djled at her home ourly vtreain of ImmenW' OipWr trucks, & traveling nit'lii .m'd day by the ton morning. Hire don't forpat th stars wii'i u ' ' i ite :n!l lint- .u Mr. Warren 8towort, Select, die.'. ihnuu'VH'il batutitt thu trcni uud the INCONI'tii'A i :d "t . V" ,s I have seen big arsiiei mv- .' Funeral hm-i- ' iiarea at liiu ho'iie on .Nov 4 ' d irre ' f,i w ' ' :i' J ii lv ii' .. i .'O ro.' ' .' lf o. DnWenan. nf t.ntl- - by some thick rincd, whey faced, Cnnt Isvlllo, wns In Hartford Tuesday. Ho chimney corner patriotic with a mind In caliber, left Tuesday evening ror New Mex.Tnnion-- M. -- working under heavy flro, and when the tkrapnel or the big shells camo too closo for comfort they would Kltiply look up for a moment, while thoso among them who showed the slightest sign of nervousness been mo the target of ridicule on the part of their comrades. "Talk to the English offlcors about their Tommies and their eyes will glow brilliant with pride, altho all they say Is that they are 'an awful flirts lot. Words equally fall me when I want to say what I think of the English officers. "At home in Holland whero we have a. corps of officers of whom we are Justly proud, I have often heard it said in military circles that It was impossible thnt the great now British armies could have officers who knew their profession well enough to render first-claservice In modern fighting. "I know myself what they think of the judgment rendered by captured German officers about the preparation for and the execution of the present great offensive. 'Es war enfach alles tadellos, tadcllos!' (It was all simply beyond crltictsai)." ss lis POWDER Absolutely Pure o-- er pro-sidin- trans-Atlant- ic aso-Call- ed Fnl-kcrs- post-gradua- te of-ha- ' Alaska-Gastlnca- a I - er Billiken S es -- foot-for- m , , -- j ' er - U tL '.l-Ui-- fci-- -s 'ii j t' tf tttvpcnyi -- nf-aii- k CARSON-t CO. I ( i ii..! I ! ;. j. W, lilnxm Mr. ' . 1) C ' I'1 srun- - ii1 i i uiii L.um,u r .1 ni., ill .' ny 1st iv ittv i j ... i j. forii" r 11. f d ! v .l.f ' tn' , tin 'I wlinu u i.'i i . f e..v7N. -y x 'W vnavzt a, yMTTa MMW soak tho top thoroughly with poison Washington .favorable to the doctor. i for tho codling moth nnd other Host did this for n year and got his pests. And when tho fruit ma- money, but tho atmosphere ho creatHOTEL tures you would reap tin abundant ed was not satisfactory to Cook, nnd reward for your labor nnd expense. tho doctor discharged him." Attorney Law No moro worm-eate- n apples to rot on Kim tho treated wood hnd not coin- - tho ground. No moro crop failures l'miltr)' Notes. ICY. HAinTOHD, WASHINGTON, nnd dead trees through lack of uour Fertile crks will Incubate nt tho nienccd to decay. Information hi Will liraotlco his profeeifiou tn In- - gard to tho olTcct of treated wood I'roduco No more unsightly dead tcinpcraturo. j Ishmcnt. and adjoining counties. Comnic eggs and save tho big losses, on tho surrounding fellago was ob- - branches nnd weed covered orchards and Crlmfunl Prnctico n Simolnlty. tnlncd by nn independent test after to dlsflguro your premises. Is not tin-- ' DtALS It Is now tlmo to look your flock tho first season, wood treated with prospect pleasing to contemplate' I ;L OTTOC. MAHBM T WAIinsTIIVTTO.S nrrr and take out those birds that creosote having been burled In the This Is no fancy picture. But Just . I'riimnrll, K.V llnrtlonl Study your flock sllngo during tho process of filling. what every farmer should havo. Wrlto ' nr unprolltablc. In a city wberc good hottli STRATT0N & MARTIN abound, tho Powhatia heads the throughout tho year In tho future and This contaminated tho sllngo suff- to tho Department ot Agrlculturo at' lUt. Z Attornoya at Law keep tab on them. It will Increase iciently to give a strong odor, but tho Washington for lltcraturo on HortiIt ik firtt"ln .tht'litaruof Its quantity of crcosoto in tho feed could culture nnd you will get nil needed your profit and your Interest. countrymen, CROMWELL, - KY. not ho determined by nnnlysls. This aids on the subject nt no cost except Will jirnctlco their J'rofcsslon In tWs a postngo stnmp. Sell the young Block that you do silage when fed to cowa was not 'and (fjolulng counties. Collectlmo. and two of tho nulinnls were Then while you nro nt It, set out n not need that range In weight from ('ommcrclal and Criminal Prnctlca to two pounds. It affected slightly by It. This was a few strawberry, currant, gooseberry oe and one-haSjioclalty. Promjit nnd vigorous for tho raspberry plants and have your ti- - j TPyonwanttornrrccd jdoes not pay to keep them after they very severo test, however, servlco- .N'otary In offico. l Is new in Inn nc s nnd Indus v r? d weight. wood was given a heavier treatment bio supplied with tho appetising, what in invention have reached tho try, nnd iclence. than Is now considered necessary. health-givin- g nnd nourishing foods, Grt out of tho tut; jet c the Urine line. Rcsj Save the money from the sale of Moreover, had tho contaminated por- each in Its season, nnd at a trilling The T'ewlotan " rtfineil, t your old hens, and Invest part of It tion been thoroughly mixed with tho in both money and labor. and restful. Its excel' lent location on Pennsylvania I came near forgetting to speak of in fine pure bred cockrels to breod rest of tho silage, it is considered Avenue, . 18th and 11 Streets, doubtful whether tho effect would a few grape vines. No small fruit mikes it a desirable headquarKy. isp your flock. ters for bridal couples, tourist marlne. havo been noticeable. This conclus oxcols the grape, both In yield nnd themmtlntcrrstlnenmlincnit Lscrj mouth and ' wort li. money parties, conventions. Schools and tlio Lit-c- it Highway colleges. , 300 Pictures 300 Articles You should certainly have a pea ion is borno out by tho results ob- easy culture, nnd when it conies to The Powhatan 'attracts the During the sev- tho table, either as raw fruit, Jelly, nit for only IS cent. All the new Idrrn and tho house for fall range. tained in practice. patch near people of culture and education. Design. Inreiillom la electricity anil wirclos In Its proximity to Slate, War and Nothing will do more to bring tho eral years in which It has been the preserves or pies, what is better than automobiles anil ncrophiic, in shopnork and Navy Departments, also to man? ranuliif, oik! In maclilncrs. points of historical interest, young stock to laying maturity or practice to treat wood for silos tho luscious grapes, and so easy to grow How to miko thincs at home. M Btwi CTrry 'makes this hotel especially atmonth, inclutliiDercfrlerratnni, poultry houses better hasten to keep the hens laying Dally Division of the department has and tako caro of. tractive, to a discriminating pub- " furniture, automobile mop repair, etc. lic. not heard of n single case in which o during the fall. 11 nillof mnncv.ni.ilvlnir. fitrivfcivlnc Mr-iThe Powhatan offers rooms tho health of the animals has been It it vrntten in plain English for men and Iwyt. A Doctors Itemed) for Coughs. with detached balh at 51. SO, 15 Cents a Copy 51.50 a Year $2.00 and up, Rooms with priof corn once a clay will impaired by feeding such silage. A feed As a euro for coughs nnd colds Dr. vate bath, $2. JO, $1.00 and up. f!rt It from a ncrlriler or write direct to balance up the ration when the hens AVrTte for booklet with rasp1 Bell's combines these I'opularScicnccMonnny, rtjoi ourtn Ave., .m.i AVntcli for llimds on Wild Ducks. II rn pnpp Yoa Ct Pr ' ntnljoa "m 2.iUop ore running in the pea field. remedies In Just the right proportion CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. iu:avi:u dam, kv. this pi;sr. rivuC for pHt'tt- cl If you kill or capture a wild duck to do tho most good for summer Deans v and peas have a great bearing an aluminum band around coughs or colds. A trial will prow Olllce Jainc Ti.tlors Livery IJnrn. amount of oil. The oil hasteifs tho one leg, having a number on one side, tho value of this splendid cough ' jnolt by supplying oil for tho feath- and on the other a statement request- medicine. Dr. Boirsl'lne-Tnr-Honc- y ing that the United States Departers. soothes the irritation, stops tho cough ment of Agriculture, or tho Diologi-ca- l kills tho cold gorms nnd docs you a if . j . . i Survey, be notified, you are The big loss of nearly $100,000,000 world of good. A 26c bottle bill more to send this band at once to than each year In oggs will bo cut considconvince you it will stop your &i-ci-c- vf 1. "J ul..IKel u. erably by tho new law prohibiting the the Bureau of Biological Survey, De- cough. At druggists. . u, ,i i , 3 , , pATTNrr. .1 ", partment of Agriculture, Washing I THAT PAYi,nnMUiiiii.orwn;uiy,,tcur 6ale of Jiad eggs. a i i.rit run i su roi ffjr ton, D. C. This band, if accompan"')J (roUel phoUi TkM,h for rarr rrmrl "Do you call this sponge cake?" on inienMl.,117 MJIS I'lkeUr SUR It is not a great while before yoa ied by a statement as to date, place, asked tho lady of the house. "Why, PASSING nircrcNcca ivrfirGuk. FARM LANDS nnd City Residence!, can begin to plan to bring off a few and circumstances under which tho It's as hard as a rock." n rr.mut.hi imio n wrt'a to i C03-80- 9 nro now selling nt a low cost, Sowonth Stroot, fall chicks. They will go fine as bird was taken, will bo of service to "Yes, mn'am," replied tho cook. vvHomwoTON, D. C. tho Survey In its efforts to determine but don't expect it to bo so alwinter broilers. way a sponge Is before it "That's the ways. If you cvor expect to own the longevity of Individual ducks mid is wet. Soak it In your tea." your fnrm or your homo now is Now Is the time to get In prepara- the routes of migration of tho spe the tlmo to buy. tion for the fall shows. If you have cies. The bands aro being attached -How's numbers of wild BflyHlfPf? W0rl.'l exchanging send them to considerable WE HAVE several farms listed in duck of several species which have to the s(jwf, Ws offer One Hundred Dollar? Ohio county nnd they can lie been cured of the duck prevalent Reward for any case of Catarrh WILL YOU had for reasonable prices and GCAHAXTEKD SKKVICR Soja beans are flue for poultry and around Urost Salt Lake, Utah, and that cannot be cured by Hall's TAKE OUR1 liberal terms. If wo do not One hundred per cent will make a good crop to plant near there released. Tho department I? Catarrh Cure. linvo tho particular farm you devaluo. Special work for W. F. J. CHnNET & CO., Toledo, O. the house for the birds to range on particularly anxious to secure reports sire wo will make efforts to get vl e, the undcrslKticd, havo known F. ,T. O. W. in the full. The expression of hog- - from these birds to determine their. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe it for you. W. F. STEVENS, him perfectly honorable In all business i ging down tho crops is used by tho coinpleto recovery from this malady transactions and financially able to carry A Trtalissnl Hartford, Ky. It. F. D. 7. YOU want to move to Hartford out any obligations mnde by hit Arm. IF hogralser. Hen down the beans and which has killed hundreds of thoun- -' Representing Continental (or WEAK m. where our children will havo tho ' NATIONAL. BANK OF COMMEKCE.O. Toleuo, -- th? peas, we suppose, would fit the a'ls of ducks in Utah. Marblo & Granlto Co. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, advantage of n good high school LUNGS or j acting directly upon the blood and muwork of being Midi poullryniiui' notify us. We have houses and cous surfaces of tho system. Testimonials crops ns tho hell cllH feat lifer" fnvt Suftcier 1'rom Tndlsestlon Kelieocl. sent free. Price 73 cents per bottle. Sold CONSUMPTION lots for sale and believe you can . . . ... . . T'lll- - ' by all Druggists. l(Tnrn XJ118 grouuu can ne ioiiowen uy iau dciuio tnl.l.w rMin.v.l.n.ltitfi'd D ....iukiuk uimiuuvunui Take Hall Fxmllr nils for constipation. select ono from our list to your v wheat, and the hens can use it dur-- , lets my husband suffered for several liking. "WOUUm A quick relief for that (ireJ. run down ferilnr. ing the winter for green feed, and years from Indigestion, causing him PltKSS AGKXT SL'KS I1H. couebs, pains In chrit. nltht swcali. hemor dis-th- e WE HAVE a comfortable homo In, A. COOK FOIt .!l,7(l() next spring will have a feast when 9 have pains in the stomach and thacrs, trak tunes or consumption. If it docs I Dotbtlp you II costs you DOlVJaC. Hartford, modern Improvements Chamberlain's tress after Cfillng. wheat rlpona. Lock box ots good garden In cultlvu- and a ., i OHIO MEDICAL GO. . ... Tablets relieved him ot these speim New York, Nov. 4. for allegol COLUMHH" r tlon for salo or rent. Place j right away," writes Mrs. Thomas "boosts" regarding his claims as Treated WoM.en Silos. -4 tents for $10 n month. .ih, 0iin h.m nf nn-- ! Cfluey. Geneva, N. V. Obtainable ev- - discoverer of the North Pole, Dr. r FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE W Frederick A. Cook is heing sued here ,..,. .i ...r.,i ii,ivi .......- - tiint tiiev . er'Where uiinwn . iItttim, wv... Dissolved In water for douches stop -- -by Ernest Host. Tho latter says tli.5 decay. pelric catarrh, ulceration and Inflsm-matlo- n. are subject to more or less " Call on or address AND CURE LUNCS Recommended by Lydia E. discoverer sent him to Washington Even such durable material as heart Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years. to Inlluence Congress. Dr. Cook paid cypress or redwood Is not immune. A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, ORCHARDS VS.IJUNGLES $2,899.G2 out of $4,655 due, accord- TIN8LEY & BARNETT! sore throat and sore eyes. Economical. w Deterioration usually occurs near ing to the complaint, and then refuscer I mi dcastins and scmucual rwrr, the foundation of tho silos where I SariU Frao. SOe. all dniiauts. 'of tuinoij n Ite-ikhUl AKents, ed to settle for the rest. Vw3. ThPiunToiUlCncirar. Poloo.Mtio., tain conditions of moIst.ure favorable ' ono of Cook's atHarry A. Weasel!, for the development of tho fungus of W. G. Benton.) Kentucky. torneys today said: decays exist. Decay may also attack FflR ROUGHS The Green Itlver section of "Dr. Cook did employ Host at $30 santt wood In any portion ot the i wis OVER 03 YEARS Tltal Octtld Free Republican Office. tucky has "ever undcrtaUen fru,t n week tq create an atmosphere In PCR1CNCC AND AIL THROAT AMD LUWBTR0UBLES. Doth Phonet. Sowing n a commercial scale, and ""in 1613 about 100.00.000 board GUARANXUEO SATI8FACI0BY1 prove proflt-e- d lumber were s. whether or not It would MONEY ItEFUNDrD. Jeet Of high-grad- e But every . ' in silo construction, and the con- -' va demixed has an sumption of lumber for this purpose farm uch as are cnl ed n California, Tho impor- steadily increasing. ls orchards, That Is, a row tree-- , RAC M.inKS d.v.-'.'r'lance of some kind of preservative -' "t 'P variety, peach, pear, cherry, CcpvmoHTO &c. to prevent decay In wood- - ' each treatment b1iou1(1 b lhr i,J(l"i.riilnniiiT Anfono't il! 'jn aPe c silos therefore has become genor- - I'lum " nn i liuO nnnlif r 1.11 qui. .Ir t li. Ci'mimi'ili" t tv lltr Inlnil ih I recognized. Several manufac- - selected to Include early, ally i. nr,Nouonoiiivtuu pnoeorroAMDor.FCMDcn HdtlShtflCtlv. tm fi.i it i.n ETIKlloi M. vrc - . So that the Ui and late varieties. t rr(0, ti wood-stav- e ti'i am. sifos are now .. turers of .ir. it , .r,iiii aimiti & La. rciclTe r j. vu UUju. m. mm. ... i... tr cover as long run i. J.4tC IN All COUNTH CS. riwtotlcr, wi'huut iLanro, in tho use of preservatives, so that "on of maturity would , ' tTthvanutjlmsi.tsiimi, I in ripening as possible. jt is possible to purchase the silo , a inrai ai. courtesy is . ft it I A few trees of each should supply PiUnt tni Infringement Practlcs tueluslrtly. kHn.H.Aiwiiti,.ir.f a.1 wAi.ltlT. Tjirconi clr. already treated. TOAterial Wr .a ir e tu us at ordinary-politenes13 a of ralatioii of but ric"iiun linirnnl. 'rerina. and enough to t.at OOco, 110 Elsbth. Blioot, Boar tTalU BUioo Btfl'l byall ncrilrulcr. Of the various preservatives in gen- - the needs of the homo irat lourtnonll'-dlWS.3W0HOTON. O. C. ut up In cans, Jams and sundrlod, good grade of coal-ta- r MUNN&Co.3?lB'MdNewYork eral use, a and wmu over u.u ..... .. ViucUUISca. CJV BL.VajUUlou,V.U creosote U very mitlsfuctory for pro- - I "- .i kindness that we thorough spring, or until tho new crop conies ft serving timber. Almost any fruit, especially apconversation when method of treatment with this pre- in. And fresh wineasily bo carried over servative ought to add to tho llfo of ples, could very talk by telephone. little caro In storing. tho silo. Superficial methods, how- ter with a average orchard Is cared But as tho ever, such as applying with a brush, pleasIts the face to face brand dipping In the preservative, or spray for, It Is not of Inuch profit or uy tar tno ure Tho lniprwssloh seems to have ing, are not sulUcient. of politeness and kindness had dono best method Is to havo tho staves obtained that lio farmer .. va-voice when duty whttn ho planted tho 42ttL4 r treated with tho preservative In a his ..jf&avT Arid if they boro fruit to maMcCAIX rATTCHNS voice. closed retort under pressure, and trees. ni, iimpiiciiysBS Cclcbralca lor arrie, well nnd good, but If tho trees rclUbillly nearly 40 rears. Sold In ncarlf wbJ so treated they should last in- turity over or broke down under an AMsssssssslsssssBSSsssssssnrsrssssssKsPI crerr city and lowq In the united States ani blew definitely and should bo moro Canada, or by mall direct. More sold than i w& t the Um unduo load, or died or the fruit fell any other make. Send lot tree ciulojue. tt tho purchaser. w.Lj; .r.irTT" Irk MeCALL'S MAGAZINE ssm' ti kindness th off to rot under tho trees, It was not I.ltl J- TboBo who are considering More subscribers man soy oxnei uaniori " his fault. Now, If you could visit ssasisirw nuiMB oipsio. iyiimvk. jwbv Brcbft6e ot treated sllos fehould receive from cat stjles, patterns, dressrnaslnr, millinery, growing localUla Kioinr, fancy needlework, Boltdrtwtlof, carofully tho hiothoda 'ua-9- i, tho orchards In trult S wine. cUqoHte, food stories, etc. Onl 13 ruts of and' tako noto of tho well balancyear (worth double), Isclodlnar Irea nattcra. od if greatest permanence Is de ities W clean plowed ground iDSUo looay, or khu ovr mmyv vvr tred should choofio only material ed trees, the smrat. vtmucatmen catlo(-aI flBssH86- between tho rows, and see tho farm toAirtrtta. Poatal brlBss tKralDos thftt has recolVed U thorough pressure Giving Utile thought to tk-ph- oft sb4 sxw cssb nrta nffera. Address of 6uch ma- ers picking tho well rlponod, rouud triatmont. Slice built -- . w- COurtxy and prmetHJfif w Bwais Mi sb tsM . Mi tm. . tHsl MM v apples, or pears, you ipi -- low iiii ri.,wi terial havo the additional advantage symmetrical ii I rstsltsilBln fallod to Mmpk tv3M mH rmk fits swelling and would eoo wherein you had k$ reduction In the you would go AimCuLS "NsVsuVSIhrMIH airi&BloK of the staves, and, hence, get like raeolU. And more ffi Mfepkon m e iBformti sjf .11 VWri CUMBERLAND tight moro easily. home and cot tbe briars and grabs can be kept you. yoar orchards and then yoa 4hrU bd4 San srftd Sft7 AMtfeer advantage of ellos built ot from Ituiaiclwras-OMaiidTe--rUfaaedWowik TELEPHONS c siaiBsrsTottu SiatfBSlM IB TJBOBBUB4 0 Telephoned . JHreated wood 1b that they need would doe-pl- your plow and work the ma You'd BomasthtukeBttBBew. CMrVvtoaB. as posslblo and In tho TELEGRAPH CO. oa CbrTflOrJOBdBBtBBJBOOBBiBBllff in. soil OB SB BBRIa sH.be painted. & tor tUBBB BOW sad lnliolli H is dhvays. effect of preser future you would keep tho soil free kicarperattMl To determine the hwrittan m Yu Cm Ut)raU l weeds as you do your corn rn Nsm BTwaartaMoit (JO l'uoo) omuln. vative treatmeut upon thq durabili- from Succr-ctvfaen (rrrrytbitig else &Ds. incuituuiuuiorBuop noTKBoaflmajwajasuruui havo uv ,uiim oiTiuaa iuo noma. u.ji ty of wood usod in Bllos, and to ob- crops. Then when tho leaves treos, In nervous prosuation and female AmoUur MochanlcB (17 rasooi (or shs Boys and ot weaknesses they ore the oupremo wudiiKaiuniaaniDiDoivitiiorii ) tain Information as to tho effect ot fallen aud tho tap Is out tho prun-nln- g una Tt'lwiU Oiitlllo. l'.sinuh louts tiuow your saw and remedy, as thousands havo tcutlfled. Furniture, ota. Clontalno lu .U&ti. Jl wylry. v the treated wood upon tho surround- you would tako .trutllouo tor the Mix.halc.Uuniimr auu Hiiortoiuao and cut out tho BUrplus LIVER AND pen ycar shears FOR KfDNY, eiNQic copies. i ing sllngo, tho Federal Forest wotr rroo, yofcr nooUf or fckocl lrM tko (.iiUImm, n STOMACH TROUBLE faamplo ccpy will bo ttm on iquaor Laboratory begun experiments branches and shapo tho head Into POPU'UR MECHANICS MACmZIN. iKronpoRTpr with tin I'nl-ver- properly balunctd tree in 1910 in ' BOX 119, owENsnono, KY. inii ot W kUUBiVb vdrt ... Farm Department , , , ct POWHATAN' Frofossion-UrOtto C. Martial at lo I on theMngXine ' D.C. orWAN p..MW.UHWM. lf "v&'i' -- - two-poun- I -- 1 PopubrSdence Monthly 'o.e.taylor7c.e Beaver Dam, and Drainage 111 1 DR. 0. E. HART VlikTlilRENARV Plne-Tar-IIon- SURGEON Real P ... X TilAOL-MAllK- U 1 . , V This?" v far!!! r GERMINAL REMEDY yrSt j ffiiBKJK 1 1 EvcrV WailiSl FOR ONE MONTH i 1 . ... . KILL the COUGH the l J (' Hartford, Dr. King's New Discovery. 'OLDS uSlcc I ' '; o mid-seas- "Telephone as You'd Be Telephoned To" TELEPHONE TEaJsmm? nnw u- ,r i .1 rota-makl- i . Pod ;c.emn.c ene s everyday '' XI our put into we U L . ued we're to TmwtmL satis-fCtP.- ry w" It's - polittntM to that we tke oiW ead ) rrii ..... ft s tke a PMsssssssssssbwI i 4 m -- ," . T 4y st mi y fr U rrt lill "TelepEw .I. TV Tro-duc- ts Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company Electric Bitters d fKP rNs-nasf- Mil li V io lt i . ' r 1 GIRLS FEEL THE BURDEN OF WAR THOUSANDS OF FRENCH WOMEN RIJINO New Price on Ford Cars! Ford Runabout . $345-0Ford Touring Car . $360.00 0 Honm:i OF. HONEYMOONS. POPULATION PROBLEM Destiny as Mothers Sought Ry Glria of Warring Countries Frowned Upon. F. 0. B. Detroit. Freight to Beaver Dam $18.00. L P. BARNES & BR0. Beaver Dam, Ky. I 1 Wagons! WagonsI Wagons! Beforo vou buy vou should examine our band made farm wagons. They run lighter; are made of : J I J t the very best material t maue wagon machine price you pay. and last far longer than any you cuu vuy uu iimbici ". We also do all kinds of Blacksmithing and Repairing, especially the hard jobs the other fellow can't do. ! We also make a specialty of Horseshoeing and earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Respectfully yours, j A. i B. Row & Son Center town, Ky. the shop. years experience in Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th Tho Only Hotel In Louisville Operated on the American anil European Plans. & Thirty-fiv- e 11KKK IS A GOOD PLACE TO STOP FOIl LITTLE MONEY Louisville 7th A.MKKICAN PLAN (With Meals) ItooniH without ltath but 75 Kooms CO lth Hot and Cold Running Water. single, J2.00 per day; 2 people. 12.00 each per day; per day; per day; 2 people, 2 people, 2.25 each 2.50 each 2.75 each 3.00 each Blngle, 2.50 Kooms Rooms. single. 3.00 Front Rooms with Private Ruth: single 3.00 50 Rooms single, 3.50 50 Rooms 50 F.UROFF.AN 2 people. per day; 2 people, PLAN (Without Meals) Rooms without Rath but with fllnglo, ?1.00 75 Rooms single, 1.25 50 Rooms 50 Front Rooms. single. 1.50 Rooms with l'rlvato Rath: single, 1.50 50 Rooms single, 2.00 50 Rooms Hot and Gold Running Water. per day; 2 people, $0.75 each per day; 2 people, 1.00 each per day; 2 peoplo, 1.25 each per day; per day; 2 2 people, peoplo, 1.25 each 1.50 each THE OLD INN, Xouisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. European Plan Only. Bath, 1.30 Rooms Without Iteth, $1.00 aad up; Rooms With Prirnto Voting Place la Town. and up Beat wholesale The Louisville Hotel and tho Old Inn are located in the walk to the retail diatrlct and theaters. only a district and LOUISVELLU HOWL AND OLD INN COMPANY, Vnfa. Vaoderit Trailing Sclool for Boys ELKTON, KY. Will .help parents develop their sons into .g SJ 5. 1 ,tne best typo oi ciuscens turn nm-muigentlemen. Its patronngo is widely scat tered and comes from the best homes in tho owth, .Its capacity is limited, thereforoj reservations should bo made early. Place your son in this select giou'p of boys. 2 8 Write I MATHENEY & BATTS For catalogue and information. Box A. ,i Paris, Nov. 4. The problem of what to do with tho young French a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and how to Bccuro tho girls of and it alvvays does me good." necessary number of French children Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, Interhas become, of tho most vital iired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanest to Franco. ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's marA young bride, who had been tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui n ried In July, 1914, said to a for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing Fronch writer: women for more than fifty years. "There Is one thing which I shall never bo able to forglvo the GerIM mans, oven If my husband should come home from the war safe and MI IWJ tmfi sound, and that Is tho two years of they have robbed happiness of which me.' "But what about me?" a young girl standing close to hor exclaimed. "What about us, tho young girls of France, who have been robbed of our prospects of happiness?" She was right In taking a gloomy look of tho future of her generation of young girls. She had every right to demand that something be done for them by the state, in saving which their prospective bridegrooms have lost their lives. Tho young French girl of today riages. full of life and action, filled with the says to tho state In very plain words: The idea that a citizen of a forfire of fine inspiration and followed Frenchmen eign country might object to changby 250 short stories of adventure, "What have you thought or do- ing his nationality even for the sake will make ing for us, who cannot get married of becoming the husband of a charm enough ing French girl, he disposes of very because there are not men in Franco to marry us all? Has any- lightly with the words that it is up one thought of what is to become of to tho girls of France to conquer any us? resistance of this kind. in -" "If tho government thinks that wo j NOTICE. are going to take the veil and enter Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Pagei a convent, it is very much mistaken Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Ohio Circuit Court. Indeed wo want to live our lives as Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best destiny, C. M. Ashby, et al., Plaintiffs, women, to fulfill our natural minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone If to marry and become mothers. Vs. in the home, l nereis no age only we had votes tho members of tho S. J. Tichenor, Executor, etc, Defendlimit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Chambers of Deputies would soon ants. Youth's Companion. If you do not know HIE COMPANION begin to occupy their minds with our All persons, Arms or corporations, let us tend you Three Current Issues 52 Times a Year FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your position." having claims against the estate of request. mmtmim tint 19. Tho anxieties of the young French Salfle M. Ashby, deceased, aro hereThose who subscribe now, tending $2 women are more than justified by tho by notified to present tho same, propfor the 52 Issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will facts. The marrlago problem, which erly proven, to my office in Hartford, for 1915, will receire The Companion get In any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. . was an exceedingly difficult one Ky., on or before tho 27 th day of niDiiTtn.e v .WO jB the war, has now become tragic. November, 1916. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE In time" of peaco there were more No claims will be received after men In Franco and 104 tho above date and claims not filed 'JtiiE IIARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, SOOT women than girls were being born to every 100 with me on or before the above date ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. boys, while tho rate of mortality will bo forever barred. S among the latter was greater. Done by order of the Ohio Circuit surplus girls on every hun- Court. Four OTTO C. MARTUN,, dred does not look very alarming, perhaps, but the aggregate result Is 18t3 Master Commissioner. a total surplus of at least 700,000 NOTICE. women In France who are absolutely unable to get married, even If evfl.3fc The Republican and Louisville Herald Ohio Circuit Court. ery slnglo malo In the country decidPlaintiffs, ed to take unto himself a wife, nut John M. Balls, et al., 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at Vs. a great many men are cither unable .' 1.50 or unwilling to marry, and this fact Henrietta Balls, Admrx., et al., De The Republican and Home and Farm fendants. adds a great many thousands to tho 1.75 All .persons, firms or corporations, The Republican number of girls condemned to celihaving claims against the estate of bacy. 3.60 Tho great war has made conditions T. F. Balls, deceased, are hereby no The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald many times worse. Tho situation tided to present the same to me at 3.50 The hepublicah una JJaiiy uwensDoro inquirer has become dangerous to tho very my office In Hartford, Ky., properly Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro .Messenger 1.75 France, proven on or before tho 27th day of The Republican and existence of tho country. which is crying for children and still November, 1916. 1.75 No claims will bo received after The Republican and Kentucky Farmer more children, Is In danger of losing date-- and claims not pre perhaps 1,000,000 prospective moth tho above 1.30 sented on or before tho above date The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. ers. bo forever barred. The discussion of the best means will 1.50 Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Done by order of the Ohio Circuit The to face and solvo this problem has been taken up in the press by jour- Court. The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer 1.6P OTTO C. MARTIN, nalists, members of the Academy and Master Commissioner. prominent public men . Writing In 18t3 Le Journal, Maurice de Waleffe saya: NOTICK. "Wo all have a daughter, or a slater, or some young girl relative who Ohio Ciroult Court is In danger of becoming one of the million of French women unable to L. M. Hatcher, Plaintiff, Va. marry because she has bo other dowry but hor youth.' Can ,we thea do T. FA Williams ,et al., Defendants. LIV-YER--LU ' Allperaoas, Arm or corporations, nothing1 to tave'tier from "the tortnre cw having 4)alma against the firm of of a lonely and barren existence? MA --'MINI course, there aro our colon- Hateber & Williams, a partnership "Of or constating of L. M. "Hatcher and T. ies. Noble races of peoplo aro living QUALITY. to there Arabs, Annamltes and M- P. Williams, are hereby notified adagascar who have willingly come present the same to mo, properly forward to mingle their blood with proven, at my office in Hartford, NOT Noours in defense pt Franco and of a Ky., on or before tho 27th day of SOLD common ideal, but it is far easier to vember, 1916. UNDER ANY work together toward a common war-lik- o fNo claims will bo received after not filed OTHER ideal than to sharo tho potty tho abovo dato and claims Feel-righ- t all tho time. Don't lay oil NAME. cares of everyday life. If marriage with mo on or before the abovo dato from w6rk for days by taking caloflKl keeps yor when pleasant hotween theso peoplo and French w11 bo forever barred. on your feet, whllo relieving your trout)-lo- . WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. women woro posslblo they would ...Done by order of tho. Ohio Circuit Safer too, and easy to take. Don t surely our customs qrul Court. If you purchase tho NUW JIOM15 you will tako anything else, you can't afford OTTO C. MARTIN, have a Ufa asset ut Uie price you pay, and will it. Eliminates poisons, cleansoa sysways of living stand between ub. Dot liavo an endless chain of repairs. lSt3 Master Commissioner. tem and relieves constipation. A nat Foreign 'Husbands Nun 'Grata. ' . ural remedy, naturalinUa actions, sum foreign '.'.Now, husbands for Quality in its cfKct and certain in results. It French girls nro just what Franco Is . won't bo long boforo Considered FOR FLETCHER'S completely displace calomel in ever afraid of, Thoro have boon a few home. Children can tako it freely aw Franco-Gorma- n marriages since 1S70, 1 it b the with perfect safety. Every bottlo ruar -- , , but if any Fronch woman should dure anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nww Cheapest Do You Have Sour Stomach? to marry a Gorman after 1914, Gergenuine without the likeness and signain the and many may keep hor and bo welcomo ture of L. K. Grigsby. For salo by It you aro troubled with sour to her. stomach you should eat slowly und 3. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Ky to buy. "But from apart from tho Ger- mastlcato your food thoroughly, If vou wunt ft sowlne luachlao. write for mans, who will be forbidden to es- then tako ono of Chamberlain's Tab-lot- s immediately after supper. Ob- our latest catalogue before you purchase. tablish a residence in Franco after T"or prn In th Imek f& Co., Oratge, && m Tbe New Hm Swine U Pt. MJW AnU.raia rut. the war, thero are other forelguor3 tainable everywhere. to-dwell-know- who will Invade Franco by tho thousand and these aro tho ones to bo feared. "They know that Franco is full of good things and that our greatest trensuro is tho French woman. You will admit that It Is impossible for a young woman not .to bo charming In a country which lias bcon tho cradle of feminine charm for centuries'. Men who cmlgrato aro gdnerally at tho ago when they still think of marrlago, If they have left behind some cousin or sweetheart. How palo she will appear by comparison with our llttlo born housowlvcs, real fairies of domestic economy who will accomplish as much with 5 francs ($1) as an American wlfo with ?G, and moro than an English, Italian or Spanish wife could accomplish at all. "Tho medlovai, ago has bequeathed tho French girl Its lmshfttlncss, tho Rcnalssanco Its warm temperament, tho seventeenth century Its distinction, and so on. All these charms aro certain to turn tho head of a Dutchman or a Brazilian, and he will carry off a French wife to bear him children at The Haguo or at Itlo Janeiro, children who will bo Hollanders or Brazilians. "It Is this calamity we must wnrd off. It Id Impossible to do so." M. de Waloffe then goes on to explain that the old law that makes a wlfo adopt automatically the nation allty of her husband would be abolished In Franco and a new law should take Us place, making every foreigner, residing permanently hi France, who marries a French girl, Of a citizen of France, Ipso facto. course, ho says, It will bo necessary to provide certain safeguards to prevent undesirable foreigners from acquiring French citizenship, but with these safeguards ho expects Franco to add to tho number of her citizens and to keep the children of such mar It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvanfa Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., fn writing of her experience with Cardul, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardul, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of CarduL I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do ail my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Get a Bottle Today! 111 SlOOreat U iRcYOUTH'S COMPANION! Better Than Eyer 1915 be-fo- ro .... OUR CLUBBING RATES. andTwice-a-WeekOwensboroInqui- f Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN NEW i. USE For Lazy LWcr mi the Troubles of Constipation. ax HOME Children Cry CASTO R A gsrag,?r"r;!rr? Me nha Vaelonkved. Aviator (homo from the wr on leave.) And then when yom are up pretty high thro or four inlloM, pay nnd job look down, It's pol-tlvol- y sickening. Oris of Hie Most Valuable of It Is stupendous, nwful. A great holght Is a tearful Those Gathered From the Sea. thing, I ciui tell you. Lady (feellnely) Tei, 1 am ONLY THE HERRING BEATS IT wltli you, poor Ixiy. I fcsl Just thnt way myself when I am on top of a stepladdor. Of the More Than Forty Million Bush, Gatheta of These Nutritious Bivalves KendeiJ .11)0 lSn)feles.s. ered Yearly This Country Supplies the secWirt, Okla., Nor. 7. Over 90 Per Cent. ond time In a year fire has virtually Of nil the products of the water, destrojed this UHIo boom town In oysters urc. with the single exception the Htmldton oil field. Fifty buildof the sea hers lugs, the moM valuable ings were destroyed with a loss of nnil most ttnpottutit to the human race. $125,000. More than .".00 homeless They owe that economic pie eminence porsons were taken to Ardmwre. U) the fact th.tt the.v have high food value ami thnt they are palatable, The Teacher So Deliah cut Samp-3on'- s widely dlstt United ami eay to cheap, hair and all Ills strongth went cultivate. Ojsters occtir In gt enter or less out of him. Now, when did Samp-sou- 's strength go out of him? You abundance on the shoics of all temperate and tropical seas, but the supply In may iiiuwer, Willie. the aims of the North Atlantic ocean Willie I guess it vvuz when lie exceeds thnt In al) other waters com- ho seen his self in th' glass. Clove-lan- d bined. Theio nre nt Icist a hundred Plain Dealer. dlffcient kinds or bpeclcs of ojstets. oo with n wide rauge In habits. flavor, Has He Mnirlcd Again? shape and size. All the oysters on the "Confidentially," said the under0:1st ci n and southern iciwts of the United States belong to one species, taker's wife, "Mr. Smith hasn't paid which has, however, many local varie- the bill for Ms wife's funeral yet." ties; the native oyster of the Pacific "Isn't that scandalous?" exclaimed stales of a wholly dlffcient icclcs. should thinH he'd thirty-fivcountries oyster JIrs. Gabble. "I In about be ashamed to let people see how litanfarming Is a special Industi. The nual oyster crop of the world now tle he thought of his wife." "Yes, and his brother John, when mounts to more than 4U.0OO.U00 bushels, for which the tlshcimcn and plant- his wife was buried, paid the very ers receive about $i".0(W.0U0. The next day." United States furnishes nearly 00 per "Huh! Looked as If he was glad cent of the crop. to get rid of her. didn't it?" PhilFew animals are more prolltle than oysters, but of the millions of nilcio-scopl- c adelphia Public Ledger. 06 single full grown yonug that oyster produces only a ery small pern.vKTFonn imucssino club. centage sun he Infancy. The heavy Clothes cleaned and pressed. Renatural mortality among oysters at an pairing. Satisfaction guaranteed. times Is particulaily marked in their Wdrk called for and delivered. Shop early months. The nouly Iwrn young dver Ohio County Bottling Wortcs. are for a few hmus fiea swimming ED. NALL. IVop. cie.itures, waft oil about by tides and 42tt t currents, and unless they settle down on 11 suitable. surface thc. quickly perProbably Taking Hot Ones. ish. After .attaining the size thnt Is Casey "They say Murphy la dead. JslbIo to the sial.r--ji eye the.v are not Ho was afther beln' quite an athlete." When Malonev. "He wa3 thoU Shure. he'll nhlc to clnnpe tlft51i" position. the teuipeiature. density, tides and curre- 'miss bis could bath In the mornin' nts-are favorable the. ilo.Uiug .vuhiii; i now." go to the lxittom and become attached to the shells of old oystets or to an ' Murderous Devil Plant. ofher Imid surfaces that may be pros The seed pod of the devil plant of v)t. but all that fall on a muddy or soft, sandy bottom or 011 slimy sur- Persia kills drove3 of animals by get-- J "claws" secured In faces soon pprlsb. Modern oyster cul- ting lt3 four-Incture, alms ptlmarlly to save the fice the nostrils of a grazing animal and tnfti ttT,f t Inn swimming youug, and oyster planters ' BoMlna ... n tntnl ,UUMU..MMV.WU. DU,UUg 1 therefore provide clean shells, tiles mul other hard objects to which the "spat." To Mend an Umbrella. 11s the young oisters are called, can Instead of gluing on the handle of attach themselves. j an umbrella which bas becomo loose, Oysters have been under cultuie long. wind a thread around the stick and cr than any other shellfish A simple screw on the handle type of cultivation nourished In China :hen at a very remote iXTlud and probably Perfectly Paired. nntcdatcd by some centuries the begin''They seem to be so well suited ning of oyster cultuie In Italy, which Has about the jear 100 B. C. With the Ii (or each other "Yes, neither of them increasing demand for ojsters they a as drains enough to realize what a eame to bo cuitlvnled In all the Impor- frost the other one Is." tant marltlmp countries of nurope. In other paits of the old woild and In the Those Fastidious People. western hemisphere the glowing of The most pitiable thing in life is oysters by artificial means has become that fastidious man who tries to eat an important Industry, so that today sparerlbs with a knife and fork. ojsters are, the most extensively eultl. Macon Telegraph. vated of all nriuatie animals. 1 The huujnu' nulmal Is not the only Best to Stay Out one thai looks with favor upon the edi"Be keerful about buttln'- - In." said ble qualities of the ojster. At every slago In Its career It Is attacked by a Uncle Eben, ''even when you know a horde of dangerous enemies, some of man Is wrong. Do chances are dat which arc most dcstiuctlv'e after the no knowed It befo' you." ojster has put on Its stoutest aimor. Uefore the j oung oyster attaches itself Brute! It Is extensively consumed by adult "All women are kittens," says a New oysters and various other shellfish as York actress. Yes, but some of 'em Xvell ns by Ilslics that strain their food grow up. Washington Post from the water. When the oyster ;ncw set of shellfisli Us shell n The Triple Entente. enemies provided .with drills begin A man, a maid, and Cupid. their attacks and extract the soft parts $T through mlnulo holes that they make Tyrolese. !u the valves. The You may find the aitisllc temperaThe ojster growers of Long Islaud sound and adjacent waters suffer ment among the peasants In the villages or Havarlau Tyrol. They talk heavy losses fiom the luioads of which, moving In waves over still of the King Ludvvlg, who lavished the bottom, devour every oyster In moue on palaces and died an Insane their path. J11 single season they suliidc ami muiderer. You lemiud have been known to dcstio In one tin-ithat they are Mill paying off the .slate scvcial hundred thousand bush-cJ- s debts of the tn.id king. Thej teply of 111 irl:clalik' 'd.'. Htois. It "corns cheerfully that they nre glad ir It, foi strunge at fir.st that a weak creature Ludwlg loved iiiuhIi and gave us Wag tier. Loudon Chronlt le. like the staiil.th sh mid be able to pre an nu unlmul so Mtiimgl) loitllied hh an oyster. The .! I'lUh nttuvhuti Eskimo Baliefsi. to the Uf'u-o- l ,u ytw wluH an.! IVMm'" believe that cm III ind air itvrts iv sfniiy nutt lono iast(illio(l ii ft;' 111 Uijl with Spititr TllB ane'Mlrugi.' hit uuiuerous men 'hjto the ijrth y Hi' fijefcj from ih tlon with cacj 'i il Mi' , "s Af r n time the pow-- 1 v'vhftii they never 'nfaeri, Ihd gthei ' 01 r I mi u the oyster smut's men lind. leaviu u tniu'k it. t ' Calu'M o on. and They often IxMii toi and ,te nhd aay ' cm 'tlw nu ",i b itud de- - that Tumi of Hi v nd i puling by, ' . .it luMjinlu i"" il .i'i - i' '' t Dices NM tht ile. 0 titer v us iiun ci .tor ijw , 111 ..ul ire lMjbP4 v ,11 , His Orat Schorio . ' tii , vltb eini antic "I have nolvi l W-- 1, ,iH-i- i ear probI 'i s! itt "OttKf I iie which in t'lo lem!" .ciuiuid Uiti jubiliii.t street 'tclnx-1'o- f I'' . niny rnUvvu tutiit -ili in tn't an oyster lied In Bon V" 1. I'll- Itle coust ,'n ,i tn xpe-cj- f i "Wo'IJ put u pbvni'vrtiph m iui m J She vUUit offender 'f si and Ui i." It piuj ln' 'i h t.! it S n led I it . is iNiitlcularly Bauiier.' Tin n cu'IjImI, ',i lm' to 'i'tc fiirtuiritr u lis ojster aitpnlj. Tlio ihCuud up." Wushlnst"n Star output i. Iii'it'r and 1111110 valuable than o!nolrr' Moteovor, on Our Near Nalahkors. of tin it'tetiv low cost of ojh-terMother Don't you know, durllng, to the consumer In Hip United that we aru eom'inundod to lovo our Klntcs, the roiMiuupllon In proportion iKilgbborsr lilttlu Ouo You, nn' I to the tntnl papulation Is gieatcr thiiu s'liose thaf.i Viiir" wo can get alons any of the oilier leading oyster In with most everbody oUc Rxehauc. - THE OYSTER Gh It ' The World's Champion Milk and Butter Producer '1 sym-pathi- Glenmore Dried Grains 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. 1 Balanced Ration No. 1 100 lbs. Glenmore Dried Grains. 100 lbs. Corn Meal and Hominy ANALYSIS Protein Balanced Ration No. 2 100 lbs. Glenmore Dried Grains. GO Feed. 30 lbs. Cotton Seed Meal or seed Meal. Don't Feed Corn .... 33.13 percent. 11.09 per cent. 11.85 per cent. Lin- Fat Fiber lbs. Bran or Wheat Feed. 40 lbs. Corn and Ckits. These Grains are Much Cheaper and Better Call or Write Us for Particulars. Glenmore Distilleries Company (Incorporated) v IKKUNCT UAXK'S A I TAIIIS AUK FINALLY LlQl'IDATKO OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY e 11 11 h I I I i ! stnr-ltahc- s, an earlier period were apt to take more socially Injurious forms, such as piracy." You will then bo taken I do not say you G n. Likens, Special Deputy Hank- for a sociologist. ing Commissioner, who had charge will really bo a sociologist, but you of the defunct Dundee Deposit Uank, will look like one, especially if you Tho New under orders of Court, sold the fur- and u bibliography. niture and fixtures and other property of the bank on last Monday, and made his final report nnd a settle- l'ASTOIl IMILIVKKS 1MIAYKU TO CONCItKttATlON N IMIONIl ment yesterday. The depositors were paid in full, but tho stockholders reMcDonough, Ala., Nov. 4. At ceived only $23.49 on each dollar of stock held. The bank was capitaliz- Bethany recently n telephone was set ed at 515,000.00 and the loss there- up at the church service and so arfore, to holders of stock, totaled th" ranged that the Itev. J. A. Jackson, who was unable to attend church, sum of $11,476.50. could remain at home and hear tho Being aware of tho fact sermon. JUDGK CHOWK RKTIKKS AS COUNTY ATTOKNKY that Brother Jackson was listening, Evangelist Smith, who had charge- of Judge C. M. Crowe, In all probabil- the services, gave an Invitation for to Brother ity will retire from the office of Coun- prayer, and speaking Mr. Crowe Jackson over the telephone asked ty Attorney was .appointed and qualified on the him to lead, and tho congregation first Monday in January, 1910, to silently knelt In prayer vvhllo Broth-- . serve until the next succeeding elec cr Jackson prayed In his home. ! tion, which was made necessary by KXPKKT WOUKMEN the resignation of Mr. C. E. Smith. AT CENTEUTOWN Judge Crowo has proven a most I officer while efficient and palns-tnkln- g Contcrtown, Ky., No. 2. Although llllng the olllco during this short period and vacates with the best a small place Centcrtown can Justly .vishes and admiration of a host of claim of having workmen that can friends, regardless of political affil- cope with the best. A. B. Bow & Son, who are general iation. ' blacksmith, woodworkmen and do repair work of all kinds, have just reFor" Sale. A 1CU acre farm 4 miles east of paired n part of a steam machine, Hartford, on the border of tho oil which part was sent to them from a fields. .Good dwelling, barn and oth- city of 10,000 Inhabitants, in which Young city there was no workmen that could er .nqqesfeary' outbuildings. orchard, strawberry bed and other do this expert work. Certainly Ohio county ought to be pleasing features. If bonds carry y scat pike will bo near. proud to have such men within her' See, or writo Tinsloy & Barnott, border. Hartford, Ky., for further particuHiickvvurd IOvcr. lars. -- It was Easter Evo In leap year and the ouug thing, who had been reHow to Become a Highbrow. One never can tell tho sociological ceiving long but somewhat unsatispossibility of some little thing that factory visits from the very ohy young seems hardly worth the saying. Thus 'man, decided she might take u j if you sayA "He swears like a pirato," chance. Robert had brought her a you nro not. sociological. But suppose 'splendid Easter Illy. "I'll glvo you a kiss for that lily," jou pull yourself together and say: "Profanity in that It relaxes the In- she promised, blushlngly. The exchango was duly, not to say ner tension by a sudden nervous discharge and offers a meati3 of cscapo happily, made. Itobcrt started hurfrom social inhibitions, Is, when riedly toward the door. "Why, wbero uro you going," askphylogenetlcally considered, nature's condltlou of mod- ed his girl, In surprise. method under the "To tho tlorlst for moro lilies," ho ern civilized life of providing an outemotions which In replied. let for primitive Inter-count- fllll mm 113 I No Combination of Reading Like It and All For $2-i- o JL The Youth's Companion xv jt Issucaof jfTHvnimr rnvmiinmrX 52 ISSUES flheBestiwo ftgk KSLE215 M'CALL'S MAGAZINE ,1 fbralftkfmu'fronun)Z JjL and Jjj Issues of JM Drejj Pattern I Thr farorlte famitr weekly of America. V Grrat Serial or Groupt In 1917. and SO Short Stories, a thousand Article! and Suggestion, a thousand Funny-isnSpecial 1'azci (or all agea. JfU. MffitfL McCalTs Magaane 12 ISSUES AND A BUSS fATTIRN every month of 1917. The Faahktn AtTllORlTY followed br millions of American womrn You mil set the 12 month! issues of McCaU'4, milking iwt mrrrly n "department" tut a fashion n.ag.ulne 1 2 ' McC?UOrM Pattern f W K3ca?rwrExaoa:crxpSf5K3- - apaa SI Itid tb 10IIrH cf U. atM7 0rirU ptbliivn rrrr iii wkl.k lau user ppn a&4 git s. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION for 52 ami the 1917 Home Calendar. (Thts Oiler is to new V'outU'a Companion subsenbera only.) 7tCALL'S MACAZINEerery month for one jear: also ctiolce of any McCall Dresa Pattern PKELfor2ceiitaextratoroverci3illnc THE YOUTI I'S COMPANION. St Pul St.. DOSTON. M.VBAQ rUSCTTS nL UT ... Sf.IO nro we-k- , THE HARVEST MOON. ItKAVHU D.M DKrAKTMKXT. Nov. S. Mr, Claude Shultz spent at his home nt NarInst week-en- d rows. Allen and Mary TyMisses ler Cook, Messrs. Frank Barnes nnd Marshall Ilarncs motored to Owens-bor- o Sunday to spend tho day with friends. They were accompanied home by Miss Anna llarnes, who was the guest, of Mlsa Flora Lee Dlrk-heu- d last week. Kcv. J. Frank Ilaker arrived Tuesday to agslst Hov. W. C. Frank In a fevlval at Liberty this week. accompanied Mrs. Tom Muthall, by her daughter, Mlsa Kula Mtillmll, spent Sunday vvltli her mother, at her homo In Clarkson. Mr. Leo Stevens, who recently accepted a position In Louisville, canto liomo to vote and spent BQvcral days with his family. Mrs. I'. A. Ithoads loft recently to Bpcnd tho winter with her daughter at tier homo In Texas. Cormnn left Wednesday Mr. with his family for Tulsa, Okla., where they will now reside. p ' .. SNAKK IN SKA I toil. OF A MOIIKKN KVK inhabits tho Islands of tho Indian Ocean nnd Australia. Ho's about the size of the and get his nnmo from hLs wldo mouth, which also serves as his Insect trap. Too Uzy to fly for his food, llko other birds, he crawls along tho limb of a tree, opening his wide mouth and snapping It shut, catching what (lies and gnats come within his range. At night he's found perched with his niate on tho roofs of houses, on Only after tho fences or stumps. aun goes down does he show any Inclination to move about. All day he sits, feet glued to the limb of a gum tree, indifferent to rain, tropical sun or the call of tho woods. Ono species of frogmoutli has tufts of hair rising from tho top of his head llko ears. whlp-porwill ; lf ' jt MWMikfv : 1 1 ' ki-ur- e. I - 11 i j 1 ln-- n nt n I g countries.Our unuiiiii oytter output U woith p.bout $17,000,000 lo the produceis. Tho yield bus Increased 70 per cent In quasi-tlt- y since iftfio. and under the favor-ubl- o conditions (hat now prevail Is becoming larger every year. Hugh M. Hniltb, Commlsfiloner of Fisheries, la outh's Couipunloo. Doms of the Capitol. Tho oilgluiil Ogiuu of (ue cnpltol In , covVffblilngtuii vviii made of eted with copper. wo-xl- man and woman 'dad belle their nature when they or act kind, llalley. Ootli ..... ...... Wright In Milwaukee Leader. r NOTICE TAX PAYKItS. You should pay your taxes- early nnd not only avoid .tho rush but penalty, interest nnd cost ns well. Tho penalties will bo added an Dec. 1st, and ns there, aru four S inula) s nnd tho 30th Is a legal holiday you sco you only have 25 good paying days. Got busy, do it now and beat tho Statu aud county and others conA decorator at a mllllnory Bhop at cerned out of this extra cost. Keop Atlantic nnd Kentucky av'ehuos.thls It in your own pocket. Undor tho law, Immediately after Dec 1st. 1 d morning rcachod Into a drawer tho couutor vvhllu walUuc'on a will be for.cd to levy and advorllso otmtomor. Shu fait omethlus gimp for ulf unpaid taxos, moro cost to her iirm, then sh fnliitod. UolltHl you, iuuU4xoulile to myaqli. Let'n settle jOio tu'blls' and clnte tho i round lier utui vva!. a simke 6 tint ' ' i uta'u&f'Jun. ' . long. t f Tho, receiving statements ' will Tho woman shopjier t creamed and rnu for the sirept. TWpWfi jjitfj ,ireaiu rdturn game taVne, with tholr 'falirtlpne. ' oiher ptftrons ftJloVein'arivr-,pli- i ' HetiHjctfully yours, fouiuf arrived on a liurry call and 8, 6. lvISOWN, S. O C. snake still ou-l- e ! orotuid, th,o IftUkt , , t- girl's aim They took a to hofcrf. i She Ought To. quarters "Do you know the suture of an How tho enake got lu tho store was oath, madam?" when meiubere of a Kolvail "Wull, I ouht to, air. Wo'vo Just high school fratornlty trlwl to claim inovod aud my huslmnd hau heou layit. Thoy oxplnlnotl thoy had two or ing the eurpeti." Topekn Journal. the roptllos for Initiation. Until --(. in from tho fratornlty roontB A Wontefii Verdict. Tho other biinko above tho store. A Wufltoru dosporado hud been has not been found. Atlantic City klllud. Thoro was scarcely und evPhiladelphia North Amorl-can- . idence against tho man dispatch who shot him. Tho Coronor's Jury brought In the following verdict: or All the lllrds. Lnlcht "Wo tho Jury, find 'Had 11111' was Laziest of birds is the frogmoutli. day, and Instead of killed with his boots on. Wo'ro Ho sleeps all orMimt lilllln', but thnnk God Dill's llylng about In search of fopd ho Bits literally waits dead." Life. still on a limb and for tho Insects to come and feed him. Ho'b bucIi a sound sleeper that FOR FLETCHER'S you can knock him off his perch with . He u club aud he'll not wako up. Ira i bo-hin- 'Vi'V - V Children Cry CAS.TORIA r