You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hartford republican: November 17, 1916 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1916 hao1916111701_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: November 17, 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. I ffam-- he Fine Job Work. Jlfottf jcrrD'1 fatpnbifcaiL Subscription $1 per Year No, 20 T TO DEFEND NEW LAW OUT. ed to believe thero remained llttlo doubt that a settlement would he reached, perhops by Saturday night. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY tol. xxix. HEBER MATTHEWS HARTEORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1916. CAN'T prcsslons of sorrow heard on the Btrccts and in every business house yesterday it was evident that the In his official newslpss Is realized. TAKEN BY DEATH paper position Mr. Matthews made his inlluunco felt and that It has been for tho uplift of tho community no man will dnro deny. UDITOR OK T1IIJ HERALD SUCItov. 11. V. Napier, pastor of tho CUMBS AFTER TWO WEEKS' Hartford Methodist church of which ILLNESS. tho deceased was a faithful member, will conduct funeral services at the Methodist church Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, and after this tribute COMMUNITY IS SHOCKED tho remains will bo laid to rest by the sldo of his mother In Oakwood cemetery. Tho burial services will ho In Sfi'MN of the Kml Follow Report Thnt charge of tho Mnccabeo lodge by Mr. Condition ur Hie Popular .loiini- Matthews' request. itlLxt Had Improved. mm Wife 8ae Ills Life. Henderson, Ky., Npv. 14. Tho timely arrival of Mrs. Drndy Huntor Mr. Ilcbor Mutthews, editor of tho farm saved the IVirtford Herald, died at his upart-wen- ts at tho Flable on their life of her husband, who was found on Union street yesterday Just ropo tied to a rafter. Wore noon after a two weeks' Illness dangling to anttomptcd sulcldo and Hunter hud following n violent attack of was unconscious when cut down by a deadly heart It had been known that the Mrs. Hunter. t popular Journalist was In n dangerous condition hut yesterday morn-I- ns WANTS THE his condition was reported con- O'FLYNN siderably improved and news of his COOPERATIVE POOL death was n profound shock to the uDtire community. Two weeks ago last Monday Mr. PRESIDENT FORI), OF ASSOCIATION, AXXOUNCKH IJH) IS IlK-IXCONSIDERED. ls, dls-cm- o. O KEEP THEIR NOSE t Paid $2,000 For n Cnlf. well-know- Hickman, Ky., Nov. 14. It. A. Tyn ler, n stock raiser of Hlckmnn, paid $2,000 for a registered Durham bull calf last week. This DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE TO1 HAVE CHARGE OF UPHOLDcalf Is ono of the finest over ING ADAMSOX LAW. brought to the State, having been a winner of blue ribbons nil over the United States. This Is tho hlghoit price ever paid for a calf in this end APPEAL TO PRERIDENT of tho State. - GIRL REFUSES INVITATION; . YOUTH SHOOTS HIMSELF Bowling Green, Ky., Nov. 14. Because a young lady refused to go for automobile ride with him, Bry ant Wilson, IS years old, son of R. E. n Wilson, a merchant of Scottsvllle, made an attempt to take his life on Sunday night at the Scpttsvllle Hotel, when he shot himself Just below the heart with a pistol. Ho will recover. well-know- Brotherhoods Will Ask Chief ExCcp utivo to Give Them Promised Day 'Jan. 1. Washington, Nov. 15. Attorney General Gregory has decided that suits by railroads against enforcement of the Adamson eight-holaw will bo defended by tho Department ur of Justice. SELF-STYL- ED SPY PUT UNDER ARREST 5fl l- ' 2!p3Cocv2 Godwin in Pitttburgh CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTING TO EXTORT .1(3,000 FROM COUX- TESS VOX BERXSTORFF. - Dispatch. Washington, Karl Nov. 13. ind Armgaard Graves, n ternational spy arid magazine, writer, was arrested here Saturday by agents of the Department of Justice rt nnd charged with attempting t,o $3,000 from Countess von Bern-storf- f, wlfo of the German Ambassa dor, by threatening to publish letters, "alleged to qontam matter showing her infirmities and failings," Officials ot the Embassy also allege that Graves hud in his possession what apparently were confidential coded diplomatic dispatches from tho German government to Count von Bcrustorff. tho Federal Tho prisoner-tolagents ho obtained all the documents from persons who smuggled them past the British censors on the steamship Oscar II. rThe warrant upon which he was arrested and held on $2,000 ball for a further hearing Wednesday, charges him also with bringing Into the District of Columbia letters stolen In Hoboken, N. J., where tho Oscar II, docks. In a statement after his arraignment, at which he entered a plea of not guilty, Graves asserted that he had no Intention ot blackmailing the Countess, that ho objected to the use of tho word, blackmail, and that tho papers ho had in his possession were "purely diplomatic" in characsclf-stycox-tod It. E. O'Klynn has made an offer for the entire pool held by the Tobacco assoFarmers' Tho offor was made on ciation. Monday to President Fgrd. Here Is what Mr. O'Flynn will 'nay for the s pooled crop: to G For leaf $10 to $G For lugs PROF. GREEN TO DELIVER ADDRESS AGREEMENT NOW LOOKS PROBABLE ,..12 V "Nw RUBER MATTHEWS. Matthews wus stricken with a severe heart attack Just after ho had taken hla scat at his desk to begin his morn-lujwork. Physicians wcro hastily Summoned and ho was slightly reHe was removed to his homo vived about noon and was confined to his bed until tho next Sunday when ho walked up town. After tho short walk he returned to his room and remained thero until death bid him remove to tho permanent resting place. rallied Tuesday Mr. Matthews night, sat up lu tho bed and chatted cheerfully with relatives ho had not neon for several years, nrcathlng Hoamcd easier and ho appared so much bettor that mptlmism provallcd among his friends and relatives. Ho loft tho Impression from tho beginning of his 'illness, howover, that ho had llttlo hopes for his own recovery, but at i)o tlmo did ho express fear of the hand of death that ho believed near. Mr. Matthews was of an appreciative temperament nnd delighted In tho visits of his friends and their favors. He said to tho writer during his that hla blekncas was a consolation in that It had proven to him that tie was tho possessor of many truo Ho valued friendship abovo friends. all that friendship should exceed and inude friends more staunch by doing so Mr Matthowb was bom at Nuw-liurlnd., May 23, 18G3, being 53 yeuis old at the tlmo of his death. He was tho sou of Anton and Elizabeth (Calloway) Matthews. After Tcrelving a common school cducutlon lio began his newspaper career as "devil" In tho Madisonvlllo Hustlor Ho worked In severoffice lu 187C. Kenhowspapcr offices-I- n al other tucky, finally Joining tho forco of tho Hartford Herald on which mipcr ho has lauorcu ior over miny juaio, o was married to Miss Fatfura A. Inift October 13, 1887, and sho, with two children, Victor Mutthows, of Houston, Toxas, and Mrs. H. A. survive. Summers, of Washington, All wore present when Mr. Matthews ported away. HaTtford and Ohio county will miss ex- this good cltlzcu and from tho pj sa g, f concerning asked O'Flynn's offer, President stated that It wns "being considerBefore any action can be ed." taken it must bo passed on by the board of directors, and tho action of tho board of directors accepted or rejected by the poolprs. Mr. O'Flynn, who is representing foreign tobacco Interests, stated .Monday that he has a contract to purchase tho entire pool at tho quoted above. He is ready to give a good bond that ho will receive every pound of tobacco deliv, ered by tho association at tho dellv-designated at a lory points to bo Mr. O'Flynn says that later date. ho estimates the pooled crop at but something under 20.000.000, that he will not require the assocla- Hon to deliver any specified amount. Mr. O'Flynn, in tho event the tobac- co Is sold to him, is not anticipating any trouble In finding warehouses for tho handling. President Ford gavo no indication as to when an answer would bo given to Mr. O'Flynn on his offer.- Owensboro Messenger. When flg-ur- es ' , For trash . $5 U. WILL HE CHIEF SPEAKER AT PLAN FOB. WITHDRAWAL OF S. TROOPS APPEARS TO BE FIRST MEETING OF PARENT- Mr. TEACHEH ASSOCIATION. $v MATURING. Ford Tho defense to be presented In tacb, uaso will be worked out between SV licitor General Davis and other department officials with United State Attorneys in various Jurisdictions'. The department today was unaBIe to determine whether it would to mako a test case of one suit. No word has reached the" At tornoy General from the railroad suggesting such a course, and if sues, a proposal is not made each suit will be defended. Reports that railroads and broth' erhood officials had considered a suggestion that Mr. Gregory bo asked to suspend operation of the Adameon law for thirty days were met with the. statement that the Attornoy General lias' no such authority, aud that his only course is to defend tho suits or let them go by default. , Two developments stood out prom( inently y In CLOSER RELATIONS AIM DETAILS Teachers Seek PatBusi- NOT SETTLED of rons of Hartford College; ness Men Entertain. Submission to Governments May Be Made at nn Early Date Is Relief. THAXKSGIVIXG DAY TO COME AT UXUSUAL TIME "Washington, Nov. 15. Tho "usual Thanksgiving day proclamation will Houso bo Issued from tho White within tho next few days. President Wilson told Inquirers today that ho would follow custom and deslgnato tho last Thursday of tho month, which Is Novombor 30. Because tho dnto is close to Christmas thero was a movement among some business men to set nn earlier day for Thanksgiving. a CHASE DUCKS IX A HYDROAEROPLANE ed duck shooting from his hydroaeroplane. Tho sport has bocomo poular among visitors slnco cooler woathor Interrupted tho regular flying schedule. It is said to bo tho on record that actual killfirst tlmo ings lmvo been mndo from a fljlng boat In tho North. Mr. Jaqulth has followed tho sport In tho South during tho winter months nnd has frequently hunted alono thoro. In order to avoid the game lnws, which mako It unlwfi'l to shoot garao birds from a craft either by sail or englno, tho sbootlng Is dono outside tho three-mi- le limit over tho ocean. Once ho tried shooting from his air-boand was brought boforo tho Fedauthorities, who classed tho eral us a powerboat and Imposed aflno. Atlantic City Dispatch to the Now York Herald. pro-pollat to arrangements made Trustees and Factulty of Hartford College, Prof. It. P. Green, of Western Kentucky Normal, will ad dress tho school and patrons at the court houso at 1:30 p. m. PatronB aro invited to. visit t.he , school In the forenoon. At the close of Prof. Green's adAssociation dress a Parent-Teachwill bo organized in which tho teach ers hopo to socuro tho of all patrons of the school. Plans have been made to have Miss Lida E. Gardner present tho first regular Miss moetlng after organization. Gardner Is supervisor of tho State Commuuty League work and special ly employed by State Department of. Uducatlou to look after this work. Dinner will bo served for tho out- patronsof tho school In tho hiboment of tho Methodist church Tho pat-.ii- b by tho Methodist ladles. will bo tho guests of tho Hartford business men. ' it la expected that much benefit will bo derived from this meeting and organization of tho Association. closer relation betweon teachers aud patrons has always been courted by tho fuculty of Hartford College program will go far toand ward establishing, a permanent According by tho to-da- y. er of-to( -- Atlantic City, N. J., Nov. 15. Unless now and unexpected opposition develops, members of the Mexican-America- n Joint Commission belloved an agreement covering tho withdrawal of tho American punitive expedition and a method of border control will ho ready by tho end of tho week for submission to" tho two Announcement that Governments. an agreement wns in sight was mndo by Ignaclo Bonillus, one of the Mex ican representatives, at the close of a session that had lasted until night. ht Altered .Attitude. The altered 'attitude of the Mexi cans Indicated by tho announcement, developed at tho second session to day, although it wns not attended by Luis Cabrera, chairman ot the Mexi can Commission, who did not return from Philadelphia until late Ho was accompanied horo by Ambassador-Designate Arredondo and Mrs. Arredondo. No significance seemed to bo attached to the. coming of tho Ambassador, slnco it hns beon known for some tlmo that ho had planned to spend n brief holiday hero shortly before tho adjournment oj tho commission. Although Mr. Cnbrera hasTiot been hero since ho manfested his opposition to tho plan that was sanctioned Monday by his colleagues, It Is known tho other Mexicans wero In telephonic communication with him It Is not holloved, howovor, that tho unexpected dovelopmont late y was duo to his counsel. Cabrera Opposed to Plan. Mr, Cabrera, It now is known, has been opposed, apparently unalterably, to tho plan as It has been discuss-oThero appeared reason to that he has suggested a. counter plan., but that his associates choso to continue consideration of the oho which hod virtually been agreod upon Monday afternoon. that Mr. Bonlllass denied Mr. Cabrera had lntorferrod with tho adoption of any plan and sought to convoy tho Impression that tho harmony prevailed among tho Mexican delegates. Minor points aro yet to ho consluV orcd. but such progrcs was niado In y that tho Amerithe session cans ub well us tho Mexicans appear to-da- y. to-dad. bo-lleht sl' to-da- ter. Much Interest was aroused In official quarters at the Indirect exposure of tho manner In which persons and offlcla.s In Germany apparently aro avoiding tho Brlttsh censorship In communicating with tho German Embassy here. -- . ILLINOIS CENTRAL MAKES ATTACK ON ADAMSON LAW Prof. Green is a good speaker vand a consistent educational worker. He county, having E. Kcnnot Jacqulth has Introduc- Is well known in tho vlsltod hero upon several occasions. Ho made friends nil over tho State last year during his magnificent raco for Superintendent of Kentucky schools. In company with Supt. Shults ho recently made un educational campaign In Ohio county and was greeted by largo crovyds at ov- ory school houso In which he spoke. Heaver Dam buslne-- s houses wore closed when ho spoko in that city and hundreds heard his address, Tho samo steps should bo taken In Harty In support of the causo ford which tho speaker represents, to-du- bo-fo- ro Frying Pan"toPfreT g "Who was that tough-lookin- chap "Bo caroful, Parker! That was my twin brother." "By Jovo, old chap, forglvo mo! I ought to have kuown. I saw you with today, HickB? Chicago, Nov, 14. A suit attacking tho constitutionality o fthd y by law was made hero the Illinois Contral railroad. Just how theso suits, which have been filed in a number of Federal Jurisdic tions, shall bo triod, lies within tho dlscrot'on of tho Judges. District Attorneys may recommend test casLICENSE TO WED ISSUED es, but it is said to rest with tho SINCE OUR LAST REPORT Judges whether to continue tho cuses try each complaint separately. or to Isaao Flnley, Ralph, to Sarah A, District Attorneys, It Is said, will re Ward, Ralph. ceive Instructions as to proceduroj Noah Phelps, McIIoury. to Sudlc1 from Attorney General Gregory. , Mclntiro, Simmons. Joo Tom Taylor, Bolls Run, to T BELIEVE HOUSE BLOWN , bltha Ktrk. Taffy. UP AS A PRACTICAL JOKE John Carman, McIIenry, to Annie Hancock, Mcllcury. Huutlugton, W. Va.. Nov. 14. L. D. Balrd, Beaver Dam, to aro seeking a motlvo for Besslo May Smith, Beaver Dam. tho dynamiting Sunday of tho home to Boyd, Centortown, Clinton of Johu Watson, a promluent Repub Gladys Render Centortown. lican at Mlllorsport, O., ten miles James M. Dlanchard, Hartford n. from Galllpolls. Miss Susan Wat- 4, to Una Youts, Hartford, R. 4. son, 22, was seriously Injured. It 13 Barnlo Johnson, Narrows, R. 2, to holloved that political opponents ot LUzlu Whobroy, Narrows R. 2. Wtitson Iii celobrating their victory planned tho affair as a pruatlcal Doomed To Bachelorhood. Joko. Ho I shall nover marry unless I woman who Is my exact oppoA German luvcutor's disk talking find a record tins a groove that au- site. machine Sho You will nover find so perfect-tomatically returns tho needlo to starting poli't to make it repeat. being as that. ''ho to-da- lng from tho forthcoming application of the law: First The anouncement that tno managers of the rouds would- - probably apply for Injunctions against the law in every Federal Court district in tho United States, with a separate-sui- t In behair of every one- - of the 200 railroads in every district which they enter, making approximately" about 5,000 suits. Should this step be taken and tho litigation involved run tho ordinary course of legal procedure, tho eight-holaw will Be from six months, to two years be- hlud tlmo lu going Into effect, even If found constitutional, It 'was declared. Second The brotherhoods of trainmen announced that thoy will make an appeal to President Wllsoa to give them on January 1 next tho eight-hoday, which they say was promised them at Washington last summer when tho strike order was recalled. The brotherhoods, it was announced, will not contest tho suits to bo Instituted by tho roads and will noC appear by counsel In court to arguo for the constitutionality of tho eight-holaw. They contend that that duty logically devolves upon tho Attorney General, aud will look to tho Judicial branch of tho government to fight their battlo. Prior to his departure for his homc in Cleveland, Warren S. Stone, chief ot tho Brotherhood of Locomotivo Engineers, declared that should tho law bo stricken from tho books on tho ground ot unconstitutionality tho brotherhoods would depend on President Wilson to havo framed another net which will withstand the attacks of hostile couusel. ur ur ur the situation ails-- ' IBWIWSMdWPB BHim-'- a -- WMWU- ADAMSON BILL TO BE PUT TO TEST no oxk hkkms what thk hkally to know jl'st nkw law is. Ion square miles of territory. Wages of locomotive- - engineers In Hnglnid aro $50 to $G9 per month against $150 to $250 a month hero and attention was cnlleil to llic fact that the railroads of tlio Unltod States woro entitled to hcttor passongor ratea commensurate wltli the service nnd the very high cost of operation as compared with all other countries of the world. rcn-ilei- D. 8. NEUTRALITY NETTLES BRITISH liox is i)is(jmr.Ti,i:i) STANP TAKEN AMKHICA. at 11Y tiiio v Nmt liOuUout. When a cold hangs on as often hap EXPECT DEFINITE ACTION pens, or when you have harlly gotten over ono cold fcefore you con 0 tract another, Uokout for yon aro ttngtaud In Disappointed That Uncle Comparison of Passenger Hates In to contract some very serl-- . i liable Snm Has Not .loinod Tlio Unite! States Anil Kng-Tanous disease. This succession of colds Allies. weakens the system nnd lowers the j vitality so wore that you are muck liable to contract chronic catarrh, Cure Is Now Tork, Nov. 11. "What Hlchuiondr Va Nov. 11. That no pneumonia or consumption. opinion of America's one, whather Congressman, railroad your cold while you can. Cmbcr- - tho real ofllclal. labor leader or anybody olso Iain's Gough Ramedy has a great attitude In- this war?" That Is the question I put a short It Is relied upon by Vnows just what the law means was reputation. o time ago, while crossing the ocean the statement of Frank Trumbull be-- j thousands of peoplo and never Try It. It only London bound, to Galliard Lapslov, Koonomlc Club, of Portland. appoints them. the Obtainable every-for- e one of tho of all Brit Me., in au address recently made be- - costs a quarter. in ish men of letters on- - things Amerl-'caHint body In which Mr. Trumbull where. as well as British, For while discussing certain phases of the railProf. Lapslcy looks all over the road situation, especially with rela- "MOKPHINK KISS" LATHST eight-hou- r I'OHM OF OSCULATION British College and holds tho chair tion to the or medieval history at the now law. Cambridge University, Chicago, Nov. 11. Enter tho morMr. Trumbull Is not only a recogho is by no means tho Insular-minde- d nized authority upon economic ques- phine kiss. man that ono might easily have It is tho secret source, say authoritions, but is chairman ot tho Hallway Executives' Advisory Committee ties of the house ot correction hero, supposed. and also chairman of tho Doard of of tho quantities of dream provokProf. Lapsley has lived many Directors of tho Chesapeake and Ohio ing drugs that aro smuggled con- yeans in America, serving at HarIn the vard, and also In California, Hallway Company. Coming from stantly to prisoner-patient- s vnrdltv wnrlr such u source, his statements are par- "dope cure" ward of tho brldwell. tint lin n n lcnoti. f 1A prisoner Is being weaned away tercsted observer of current history ticular interest and value. Sooner or later, said Mr. Trum- from the morphine habit against his in the making, as welt as a student eight-holaw will will. Somo bright day a pretty wom- of things of previous centuries. bull, the X undoubtedly ho tested In tho courts an comes along. He says she Is his Wo had been talking with J. P. Beforo you buy you should examine our hand on tho orderly way provided by our wife or bis sister or somo other nmr Morgan and Ambassador Page, both taining her neutrality. If the law Is relation. She Is overjoyed at meet- on the way to London, and the point made farm wagons. They run lighter, aro made of form or government. not constitutional, it is, of course. ing hor dear one again and naturally of British opinion of America had Will .My CliUiI Take llr. King's Xctv the very best material and last far longor than any Discover)-not. a law at all nnd various rail- she throws her arms around his neck. been led up to In a conversation covmachine made wagon you can buy no matter what This best answer Is Dr. King's New roads, luvestors, employes, shippers pulls him close and plants a long, ering a wliio range. and- - tho traveling public would bo lingering lclss upon his lips. "Well," said Prof. Lapsley In re Discovery itself. Its a pleasant sweet price you pay. The' patient shortly afterwards ply, "I hardly know how to express syrup, easy to take. It contains the regulated to the position which existed before. If the law is found to bo shows signs of having had access to It best I may say that Britons hold ' medicines which years of experience X We alfio do all kinds of BlaoUninithing and lle- constitutional it will still have to be the "Joy" drugs. Tho "dope" was mingled sentiments; a mlxtnre of la-- 1 have proven best for Coughs and pairing, especially the hard job.s tho other fellow interpreted In several particulars so flipped to him in that long, lingering dlcnation. wonder and bewilderment Colds. Ihoso ho have used Dr. may be Intelligently obeyed. kiss, porhaps as much as ilfty or six A large part of the people aro frank- - Ivlnp'ti Vn- - Illsrnvnrv Innirpst nro Its J can't do. that It Besides every bottlo is Even when this Is done there opens ty grains. ly indignant thaf America should not best friends. -We also malco a specialty of Horseshoeing and up a long list of possibilities, both come out openly in tho fight they guaranteed. If you don't get satisHad to Havo a Cold Hung On. faction you get your money back. freefor Investors and employes and for feel Is a fight for the advance-oearnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Don't let your cold haW on, rack dom among civilized nations- - Among Buy a bottle, use as directed. Keep tho rest of ,Uie one hundred million your system and become chronic a smaller class, better read, perhaps what is left for Cough and Cold In people of this country. Respectfully yours, will there is an effort to get your point surance, when Dr. Bell's Law. Not Right-Hou- r help you. It heals the Inflammation, of view as we learn It thru 6tlici.il The Adamson act Is In fact not an cough and loosens the notes, and acts, but frankly we can Acquired Wisdom, eight-hou- r Is to say, soothes the law at all; that phlegm. You hreatho easier at once. not." to get married Sard He I wanlt-there Is not a lino in it restricting Dr. Hell's is a laxawhen I was 21, but my father said 1 Not Popular in England. continuous emmen to eight hours Syrup, tho pine tar balsam I ployment. It is contended that the tive Tar raw spots, loosens tho mufrom didn't havo etaso enough that I have become convinced eight-hoprinciple has been sanc- heals the many talks with men in many walks should wait until I was 30. cous and prevents irritation of the S.tfd Sho And you) mnrrled at 307 diThirty-fiv- e tioned by the Judgment of society, In Euglaud, ttiat tho professor years experience in tho shop. bronchial tubes. Just get a bottlo Said lie Oh, no; uC 30 I had sense is not supported by general agnosis is as correct as ono caui get: bnt this today, legislation which is the mode of ex of Dr. Bell's to help you. At drug-cist- s, The man In the street makes no bones enough not to want ir wife.its guaranteed not popular In pressions of the "Judgment or sociei about it, and we arc residents there motion TO phohk: TOBACCO govEngland. American' ty" in vogue under our form of COMPANIES IS VOTK1) DOWN ernment. In Tact, the Government tell mo they are made to feel It evAn Opposite Story. posery day. When you arrive, you. axe docs not oven limit tho railway IIUKK IS A COOI) PLAt'K TOSSTVV Ft)K LITTLII SIONKV Miss Helen Hughes, the Hepubll-ca- n Ovensbnro, Ky., Strr. 11. A mass courtesy, hut tal' clerks to sixteen hours continuous tho treated with a cooltsh candidate's daughter, told at meeting of the members of the FarmLouisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th not with warmth. service as It has long since done for Nephawln Camp of the Y. M. certainly Tobacco AssociaIf the law Is Lako Today, when the Noordam cami ers' railway trainmen. The Only Hotel in LouIstIKo OpernUi) on tho C. A. an apposite story, according In Owensboro this afInto port hero from Rotterdam, tSw.ro tion was held valid, Congress has entered upon a to AmerUun and KuruiM-uPlan.. the Washington Star. controls ternoon. The association was a great rush for newspapers, ho new field fMll of interesting possibil "Many of us," she said, "aro apt about ;:0.000 pound of tobacco in AMHHICAN PLAN (With Meals) wages.. news having been received by wireities, that Is the regulation of to attribute a wrong meaning, a deHooms without Math but with Hut uud Cold Humilng Water. ten the Green Hiver district. Recently If Congress lias tho power to pro- graded meaning, to the most harm- less slnco leaving Falmouth Company and days ago. Among tho becken. wns the American Tobacco hibit a decrease in wages, has It the less words. 75 Hooms single, $2.00 per day; 2 people, $2.00 each Infperial Tobacco Company notiIf it Lord Hrabourne. who came recently the power to prohibit increases? 00 Hooms single, 2.50 per day; 2 people, 2.25 each "We're a little like the lady who Into Ills title, thru death at tho front fied: the officials of Che- association wages, has the power to regulate 50 Front Hooms. single, 3.00 per day; 2 peoplo, 2.60 each said: that they would not buy any part of At must the wages be. just and reasonHooms with Privuto Hath: " 'Doctor, I'm worried about my of his predecessor In the title. the pool, but would get tho loose reonco he leaped at tho news tf the able similar to the provision in 50 Hooms single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 ach hair. It's coming out something sinking by leaf uoors. At tho meeting tilts afof tho Marina. gard' to tho regulation of rates and, single, 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each 50 Hooms " dreadful.' ternoon resolutions were adopted "Now, wilt they act?" ho exclaimif so, shall Congress determine what " 'Hump,' said tho doctor. 'That tho Imperii! and American KUHOPHAN PLAN (Without Meals) arc Just and reasonable wages for all signifies a n system. You'll ed. to buy no tobacco until the pool had Hooiiin without Hath but with Hot and Cold Huiinlng "VFuter. railway employes instead of for trainI called his attention to tli fact been sold. havo to diet.' men only? Will Congress attempt 75 Hooms single, 51.00 per day; 2 peoplo, $0.75 each call" 'All right, doctor. What with?' that the Americans on board were not S. II. Leo offered a resolution to regulate all these things directly passengers, but employes of the Brit- ing upon 50 Hooms single, 1.26 per day; 2 peoplo, 1.00 each said the lady promptly. ,'Hen na or the Copiraanwoalth's AttorIf thru a or thru a commission? ish owners, a factapparentty putting ney to Investigate- - the American and 50 Front Hooms. nlnglo, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each peroxide?' " commission, will Us findings bo manthem on their own responsibility and Imperial companies on the ground Hooms with Private Hath: not under the pledges obtained by of a vfolatlou of the anti-trudatory alike upon tho employes and 50 Rooms slnglo, 1.50 per day; 2 peoplo, 1.25 each law. Is railway upon the companies? President Wilson on Jhe submarine ITomluont farmers spoke against slnglo, 2.00 per day; 2 peoplo, 1.50 each 50 Hooms o controversy. capital "enlisted" in tho public A such a move and the resolution was employos alto THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. "Oh, yes," his lordship cried, "aland will railway defeated b an overwhelming vote. a ways a way out In excuse," and he "enlisted?" If Congress, or Kuropcan Plan Only. will The Owonsboro tobneco market commission, raises all railway wages strodo away. Plnns open Hi n last or the mouth. Hooms Without Hath, $1.00 nnd up; Hooms With Private Bath, $1.30 away. wi'l It raise tho rates simultaneously lor holding tho crop were discussed and up Host Mating l'laco In Town. or will Investors havo to wait for appeared off our this uftornoou, but no deflnlto agreeWhen tho 3 Tho Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn aro located in tho wholosale hearinga before various com- Mw.SheWon Spent $1900 for coasts Loudon papers made, the news district and only a walk to tho retail district and theaters. Treatment Without Bene- a great feature, and editorialized by ment was reached.K missions? State Must Act. Kncli LOU1SVILLU HOTlIIi AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. Finally MadeWeli by tho column to prove that hero at last Wotglitx Of NumlKTh. Whatever may bo the disposition were circumstances that should bring Lydia E. Pinkham's VegMnlacht O'ltourke, a familiar charmo of tho burning question ot tho and barrel, acter In Chicago, had occasion to apAmerica over, lock,-stocetable Compound. eigm-homent, that is. tho on tho sldo of the Allies, and dis- pear before a police magistrate to day, ono thing at least Is becomT 11. " W h i 1 o n o i n a gust grew when no such result was answer a charge of larceny. After Englewood, namely ing moro and more evident; through tho Change of Llfo I buffered forthcoming. hearing the testimony of two wit Inderal aovornniont alono ...... riTjT?. wim nuuuacnfs,nur- that tho American New Het. nesses, who said thoy &aw Malachl , j vousness, Hashes or way all ot tho UJtiUU must control In somo heat, and 1 sulTurcd Incldontnlly, this was about tho talto tho goods, the Judge said: uffilrs ot Uo rallrouds. Under Govso much 1 did not only pleco of news from America that "Well', Mulachl, I think you're ornramit owuorshlp tho peoplo would IliSnVT i&vJlii1 know what I waa graced British papors for weeks. Be- you're guilty." doing at times. I not for a moment tolerate the intrus"An" what makes your honor think spent $1000 on doc yond an occasional polltlcul articlo, iioparato Slate polm ion of forty-olgpractically Ignore that?" asked the Celt. tors onu no i one um London papers II L.fc.i5l Each Statu must for Its own III III icies. me nny good. Ono l nov.-two men, who say they saw "Theso from America. m urotocttou havp'somo tribunal act for day a lady called a Kvcry Britisher on hoard tho Noor- - you take tho goods." mv li3iisa nnd said m Kcnural interest. Our State Hiich tho Will help parents develop their tsonn into Is that all?" asked Malachl, "Au sne nau Dcen as s:cii am was anxious iu kui m jununtu m are not tun. boundaries of fort eight as I woj atone time, 'fop ono openly expressed reason, 'at In surprUo. "Why. your honor, I tho best type of citizens and Christian m uoparuto countries, but wo aro ono and Lydia E. Pinkgot more news can bring 200 men who will swear ham's Vo trot nolo loaat that ho could nation of ono hundred million peoplo. thoy didn't see me take the goods." m gentlemen. Itspationago is widely scatbig war than ho. could our language and our Interests aro Compound madeher woll.so 1 took itand of tho t M olso In the world. can bo patriotic now I mn just as wo! I as I over was. I ono and none of us tered and comes from tho best homes in cannot understand why women don't TcnrJiliiK Japan to Chew. At tho momont, nothing Is talked in any better way than to promote bcc how much pa!n onu suffering they Again tho hustling American tradmore in tho homo politics of the South. Its capacity is limited, therewould oeci'i;r by taking your medicine. about national unity. na-- . er has been caught breaking down naved Trumbull gavo somo Intercut 1 cannot ui.Jeoit onouch fcrhi it Tntnnr" Knglund than the rapidly moving Mr. fore, reservations should bit rnndo early. llfj. -. tho ancient btandards of the Uas. m l'ttfr nn Mm some critics call It tloualUatlon as o P" Ml lB atato.ue.iU Rnglund aB compared piui. of tho It used to bo considered the height m or (Jormnnlllatton Place your eon in this eel&ol woup of n ai d wnMW In St KBtowoo,i ' in. in Japan to cat anything m . afTcctlng tho necessaries of rudonois In Knglaud tn l with thro country. l'nybiciiuJ undoubtedly did their best, Industrie boys. Write particularly tho on tho street. Along comoa the chew- m . pftiwengar rato Is 4 oonU battled with tills caiwoteftdily and could of llfo, and moro llrit-olgum man with 10,000,000 sticks ing ot wnr. rate U 2 co.Uh do no more(but of ton the mot qcintlllc a mile, the tlilrd-olam away Wf urn&B3od Ly the medicinal Taklnu oontrol of wheat Is XolUto pf chewing gum to be given 8i0B the war bogan tho iroatraent ef the prol 'd tavhioned a nillu. propevtloN pou- froo to ovoryone who will promise t.topa, Q very low exeumlou rntea have boeu rxH Rn,i i.,os contaiinxi n Lydiu K. !. a step oallliiE for moro ' ltry control of Balo, contiil of price, to. go out on the street and chow It. saspond J The railroad of Ore it IVUha: i' i V"o'..Ll. Coiin...'. Lor catalogue a and iitfonii;iii.,u" rtar'ed last fall with m Tin rti ii p i rolof shipping aid s It u (t s - ciri.r i"r ' 4it Britain cm in rlv us '.nny p. s on VA prc!,rci une of newsp? i t It H felt that even antrol pf an u-'- n n.i ,i ir r r I r.HK' "j.aiiH r jT-.- a Ovftl auvirtlBtug v I !' i , II- " tho t&"d staples pud nil pub per a i. V SSSiElQtaESQS&fii 1 x. ' i IS NOT MEASURE il. j j j dls-for- J best-Inform- n, alm- ost-deserted 1- ur Hc utilities and even of land rental values may come. Enormous vested Interests will light this to tho last, particularly the landholders of the nobility, tho shipping peoplo nnd makers of war prof-It- s generally. Under itho pica of war necessity, tho coalition government can go fnr along these Unas, but even now they have hatted at absolute prohibition of the manufacture nnd sale of liquor, limiting ll sales to two hours at noon, and three in the evenings. This however, has not thus fnr apparently lessoned output nnd consumption, I am told. But so rnpld has been the Increase of the cost of living in England n pound sterling now bolug worth, ac cording to tho otriclnl figures, only thirteen of the twenty shillings It was worth hoforo tho war that tho labor party has gained In power rap-- , Idly. Incomo taxation, running about fifteen per cent for a $5,000 Incomeand sliding up nnd down above! and below that figure, renders thej pound of Income still less available, Tho tax on profits In war times of fifty per cent of the Increase over peace times helps add to tho burden. Yet dcsplto all the manifold bur-- 1 in dens and pains wnr imposes, spite of the, call for more men nnd still moro men, In splto of the losses j of 100,000 a month, ono can not ig nore the fact that England fully behoves sho Is going to be on the winning side when the time comes. But It Is generally felt that the time Is not Immediately at hand, that It certainly wilt not bo within a tew nioiitlw. that ft may be even two or moro years This certainly seems to Intensify the feeling against America for mainro-ta- New Price on Ford Cars! F. 0. B. Detroit. Freight to Beaver Dam $18.00. j Ford Runabout . $345-0Ford Touring Car . S360.00 i E.F.BARXTES Ss BRO Beaver Dam, Ky. Wagons! Wagons! Wagons! X t ? t i f t t Plne-Tar-IIon- lt j t Pine-Tar-Hon- A. B. Row 6c Son Center town, Ky. ur Pine-Tar-IIon- ey BOMHHMMaHaHaHnaMi a Ir -- run-dow- o st ser-vi-- REMARKABLE STATEMENT ih U-5- fit ur I ht Iftll SPS ;" J iHaHKsaiHHuiaaiRi -- MP! ,'j s Vanderit Training School lor Boys ELKTON, KY, n i - uny-who- re I ,- I RS.'KmWB I PL, g Mffl HEIMEY & - BSTTS Rv ,- n inr'u - u iier n 1 !9roaws$&$ssM$&roOT$&9 SEE OUR NEW NEW STRATEGY IS WORKED BY VILLA ' head, yond then extending again he-- 1 , I'lres started, black clouds of imoko drifted across tho city, hang-- f Ing in a strango wny close to tho g earth. 1 counted eight planes nliovo, and lnlor there were six hov-'rln- J Children Cry for Fletcher's PAUL, KKKI'H PntHUKIlH lV HIH'ORTM AS TO HIS WIIKItK- AltOUTH. MYHTII-'IKI) , GOODS NOW ON DISPLAYS AIDS BANDITS IN LOOTING "Tlio Vox Una l,ost Nemo Of HIh Cunning; His IHtu More Deadly Than Kvcr," Hay Mexicans. Hub ClotHitig HARTFORD, KY. J co.i Field Headquarters, Punitive Expedition, Mexico (Dy Motor Truck Train to Columbus, N. M.), Nov. 11. Pan-ch- o Villa has found n new way to mystify his enemies, the Carranzls-t.i- s, and dccelvo them ns to his personal movements. Mexicans arriving here from the country to tho south in which Villa's bandits arc operating havo brought tho story to headquarters of tho guerilla's newest You Can i. Be Whatever! B strategy. Tho arrivals say Villa has Instructed all his subordinate commanders to spread the news thru the country that ho Is with their particular band. As there aro fower than ,a dozen bands, varying In numbers from fifty to three hundred MPil null Operating In different purtiuns Of Western Qhl- huuhuu, tho scheme effectually conceals Villa's whereabouts. One group of unmlttfl, for Instance, rides into Temcsachic after dark and takes all tho provisions to bo found As they go about their In tho village looting, each bandit tolls the frightened townspeople that Villa himself Is with them. None ot the natives is bold enough to go out and see for himself whether tho statement is You Want To i. r J t t Vou can be n Hucctirf, fttul ii big sUCcft'es, if you have AMBITION, EKKttUY, NERVl. The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the' chief requisito withfor preparedness. Tift! big men of today almost out exception aro tho men who prepared yesterday. for the position that are waiting Wttpreparo-yofor the prepared man or woman, acnooi in bu&biuu tho entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. true. Tell Same Story. At tin) same time another hand of raiders is robbing a village fifty miles south of Temesachlc. These bandits tell tho villagers the samo story. This may be repeated in nan a dozen towns at the same night. Result; Next day Gen. Trevlno at Chihuahua City, Or Gen. Pershing here. Is notified thnt Villa has been pn In six widely separated villages tho samo night, and tho chances are that ho has really not been in any of them. Besides protecting Villa from dis- -' covery, this ruse adds strength to the bandit groups using It. Tho very name of tho outlaw Is enough to terrorize the peaceful villagers who hear.' it, and all Idea of resistance to the looters, who may be less than fifty strong, disappear. The fow malo civilians who von-tur- o out of their homes to get a look at tho bandit chieftain are promptly mado prisoners by tho raiders and carried off to servo under Villa or face tho firing squad. Gen. Pershing remarked today that this strategom is the main cause ot tho numerous conflicting reports of Villa's movements which reach tho border. No Accurate Reports. "There Is no such thing," said the Genoral, "as an absolutely rellcblo nnd accurate report of Villa's whereabouts. Thero aro times, of course, when Mexicans who have actually seen Villa In a certain placo make known tho fact, hut by tho time tho Information travels 200 miles overland to mo. It Is almost certain Villa It works the is somewhero olso. sane way, I imagine, In reaching Gen. OVBlP IB I (Incorporated) I Two of tho number had this been Injured nnd driven 'hack. Tho light was growing clc.nr- er. High In tho heavens there were everywhere sharp flashes of flame from our shrapnel shells and then . the. balloon puffs' of white smoke, j The great birds were replying with J high explosive and Incendiary bombs, i Fragments from our own shells fell, cutting tho air with n whistling j d scream. We Jows, j shopkeepers, peasant Jzvostchlks, women wero gazing with tho same excitement which thrilled the throngs of Home in tho Colosseum; but the gladiators who we watched had arms to make the earth tremble, and wo voro not ulono spectators wo were victims. the hoped-fo- r The planes scorned living things, souring with potential destruction. Our own guns, which spoko from the earth, were far more heroically akin to tho civilization of tho hour than wo who had cast tholr metal. Our black figures, backed against tho walls of tho street, wero slaves to tho superiority of tho'so engines of destruction. Wo wore not men anil women, wo wore not Individualities. Wo were not even ants. Wo were vermin. It Was bibad day and ono by one the birds turned and Hew for homo. I realized then for the first time that I was hanging out of my balcony in my pajamas and that I was chilled to the bone. ' Tho really extraordinary thing about tho rafd I w& to learn tho next morning. Aftof. I at last got up, I went Walking nhout the city with some otflcurs. For two hours during thut tilght thore had been an infer no. It was astounding to learn inai i there had actually been so little dam-- 1 age. The fires which had looked so portentous had only been burning stables. A number of horses had been lost; tens of people had been wounded: a few had been killed. (Dvinsk is supposed to bo evacuated, but llko every city on every front, it is not.) Thero was certainly no panic. I know nothing about the Zeppelin raids In England, hut there are many people Who hint darkly of great disasters whlclu aro kept from the public. After seeing how pet-- , ty was tho effect from the seemingly enormous attacak at Dvinsk, I feel like taking the English communiques at their faco value. Lucfan Swift Kirtland In Leslie's, bo-lo- re ' J hlack-bcardc- more LtfiKI it A hi . The Kind You Havo Always Uonglit, nnd whioli 1ms T)ccn mmm . ov t jut, nnr uiiriin inn uitriitiiiti and Jins Iicon mado under hist nrr--psonal supervision slnco its infancy. A lift!? tl 4 bft flnonltm f.. ..., (.oiimorroHy. Tmifn Imiic otwl rTi.Uf.l.l..w ......itl. Jill Ijxperinicnts that trifluivith nnd cnihini'cr tho IionitfVoC Infants and Children Experiences against llipcriiucut. wt v c&amz. tr for Castor OH, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. If; contains neither Opium, Jtforphino nor other Imrcotiu snustanco. Its ago is Its guarantee. It destroys "i.ornis nnd nllnys Fcverishness For moro Hum thirty years it lir.s been in constant w. o for tho relief of Constipation, riatulency, Vind Coli , all Teething1 Troubles nnd Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach, and Dowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy nnd nntrral sleep. Tho Clilldrcn's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless snhstiluto GENUINE CASTORIA JBears the Signature of -- ALWAYS i s79ZZ. &&7Y J'C64 &$4, 7T - In Use For Oyer 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THC CENTAUM COMPANY, NUW YORK CITV. Uiitf.imiMBaaBaMBaMBBnuinjiiiwmiiiw'iMiMMiniii"i-- - W tarck Pianos No Money inAdvnuco Satlsfnc tion Prices Terms Fn ot "i-- nasi.iit A Saving o $100 to 55200 P A. STARClt PRESIDENT From Foc tory Direct Does. Sloan's Liniment JlJp Bhcuma-ism- ? OWENSBORO. KY. mBKmKmzaimmxmKJmmmmmmMwKmmamammawMKMmnmmmmmammmmm U fi i r i u rv h k U P j. r r lug In America at prices ranging from $14 to $21".. Only tho rcmurkably lucky little girl will receive u Knethe Kruse baJs true of CAUSED BY WAR by this year and' tho same body, con tho blHquo hand. Jointed ventional doll of German make. In this typo ot doll also Germany CHII.n AND MHA.IONAIUKj takes tho lend. With hair that can POOIt open, showing bo combed, mouth YOUNGSTER WlMi AlAKK DO teeth and a movable tongue, "llirt-lng- " WITHOUT TOY. and almost eyes, with human facial expression, these dolls nro most appealing. Krcmii Hody, German llriul. IS PROHIBITIVE PRICE Tho mechanically clever doll is mado In Franco. Hut bocauso tho Serious Prop- - French doll that walks and says Sutitn Glaus Up Against "mamma" nnd "papa" must also oltion Witli ChrMmus Not face. German heads havo a llfo-llk- o Off. Knr nro often used. And so again, tho child for whom Santa might plan an accomplished French doll will ho disNw York. Now 11. Santa CJaue appointed. lias been unublo to combat suectw-full"The great big doll" that heforo with the Qod ot War nnd as a the war. could bo had for $1 and the ,,'oll that would go to atop. result U,e poor little rich the poor mtio poor gin uru coulJ- bf ,,,, fop B0 oeilta WIU nears of a doll )o this yoar as Christmas ag ,oaveg m tDQ treas by mramq; tUJg ncoompwiHd famine. chrtotuWB wmi lho 80rclty itroes a fifty nor cont Increase prlcs. in "Many little "kiddies" will havo pried. to go without dolls, ucoording to pros-oAmorloan manufacturers havo mot indications, partly booauso thero tho problom of supplying tho demand will not bo enough to go urouud and for dolls to Dome extent. partly beoauso tho shortage will boost Ono manufacturer Is taking out a prices out ot roach of tho poor. doll, another patent for a fllrtlng-cy- o Many toys of tho American child Is developing character dolls, anothnnd most of thu dolls havo bcon er makes a stockinot doll and a good Moro mado In forolsn countries. w.oodon doll is being mado. cawo from Germany than any other Hut with raw materials nt almost Some csimo from Franco. prohibitive prices, tho American mancountry. War has stopped Importation from ufacturer is having his troubles. Germany; French factorios nro making fow shipments. Do You Have Sour Stoninch? Famine Is Apparent. with sour If you nro troubled Tho fumlno la apparent in Now stomach you should eat slowly and your food thoroughly, York stores and commission houses. mastlcato Stores havo only "holdovers" In ex- then take ono of Chnmberlaln'B Tab-lo- ts Obimmediately after supper. pensive dolls for tho llttlo Miss Mill" ionaire. tainable ovorywhero. American factories nro working ovortlmo trying to supply tho domunll A Tie. of tho poor llttlo rich girls who do A womun who had somo knowledge imported dolls ana not get oxpunslvo of baseball took a friend to a chamall tho poor llttlo poor girls. doll has over pionship contest. No moro beautiful "Isn't that fine?" said the first been mado than tho famous Knellic youngster" hand-nm.i- "Wo buvo n man on every lano." ICruse. cjmbuy Why. tlmt'B nothing." said tho Indestructible, nractloally oluthos and retail- - friend; "o have they." dressed iu quaint DOLL FAMINE IS Ask tho man who uses it. he knows. "To think I suffered all these !or Easy Payrnsnts Save $150.00 or Mori years when ono 25 cent bottle of You pay no cash down, but attar 30 jkji w i.i,fn illrtcl Ia v&u ftoiri our fttar. It cured mo," writes Sloan's Liniment prices that save you upwards of f 150.00 ic Uie est, castert tcrmj ever euggcstcil lr t!siJ coof your piano. Wo guarantee to furnifU If you have one grateful user. i::c5s turns uto nu-- "' laanuiaauivi. l0 jou a better plaao far the money tlian you can - posiihle for Neuralmm your ccnvenicniT, ujhi You aro ussurml of rrcelvtn Rheumatism or suffer from erciire elsewhere. a pkino foj you to without a utUfactory sunt toacd Ourablc high gTaIa gia, Backache, Soreness and Stiffpiano. Starck ness, don't put off getting a bottle of, OR.Veaw RtmUhlAa rt .VA. . V Sloan's. It will give you such wel2nd-HaBargains Li Every BtnTTk Piano i Starck an come relief. It warms and soothes Wr Iv rcnitantly on hand (rutrantenl for 25 yeora. the hit and roost beutl tarse namli?- - or tlisbtly This iiarutee tu saci: Pii Jul .o ens the sore, stiff painful places and you liV.i i pianos ct all of It our 35 yean of piano market. iuU win uo . mndin) makes Uken in nnJ tho repufeel so much better. Buy it at any rperlenee, lighted with the n.any for new Starclc I'lanos tation nt an of theso 1 Drug Store, only 25 cents. ami The follow- reponslblc piano lrous. wonderful Instmmentt, anil ' -t QWH HOME Piano for 30 davs' freo trial, in yoUr Wo will ship you a beautiful Stare): XVt X' flsk in Ihrtt VOU Will TllaV UrM)n. USft tc. rnvrnn rnnulrpfl jMl not at the cn4 ie tc?t this iilano for 30 days If. tlnest plane ot that tlrqe. you do you nnd ,loverhavo In every way, that toned lilchcit crade, sweetest aro at and perfee liberty to send It back, and we will. In thot (ho money, you seen for freight bptti ways. T 1i SUrck Pianp must make good with you. event. ncre is no eaie. FREE THIAL IH YOUR yt to-n- nd Waycr-Pfawv- second-han- ul eye-lash- y nw !, i ut -i-- o. low prices at 50 Free Music we&er Some Definitions. 5iiu.uo very can be cccured. which they ($ 32.00 Lessons Steinway College freshman 'Rah material. Piano Book Free 90.0D Chielterins To every purchaser of Calling a bum tune Euphemism Send today for our new 05.00 KimbaU Surck I'l inos, wc give freo piano music hsjoiii. in ono of a vagrant melody, 195.00 beautifully illustrated you a Starck liooU which gives tho beet known schools in MaVriage necessary preliminalarge amount ot informaA Chicago. Thera lvtsyns you Send for our latest complete tion regarding pianos. This can tike In your own home, bargain list. ry to securing alimony. book will interest and by mall. This represents plcaw you. Write today. cne ?ear'a free Instruction. way wo describe a Fragile Tho 1313 Starck Bid.. CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., skinny girl wo like. Hermit A sort of nouresidont of tho human family. Doughnut A holo surrounded by a compound mlxturo of dyspopsia. Trevlno." . sn Bachelor rA man .who causes hap i Altho Carrauststns aud Vlllastas tho piness to somo woman by not marhave clashed several times in last two weeks, nono of tup former rying, hor. A grouch who bolloves; Pessimist can say positively that they l'uv, z recn Villa. But they ImVo always thero aro bactorla even In tho milk was In personal command of human kindness,: Boston Tran' thought ho $ This may ac- script. of every engagement. 0 count for tho bandit' coming awpy , , NOTICE. . Victorious on nearly overs' occasion. cun "The fox has lost uonc of his Ohio Circuit Court. J Lifetime oxperionco vith best of workmen, and can $ ning, and his bits is mora deadly than f. '. U M. Hatcher, I'lnlntllT, over,- is lue way mo .Mexicans give any reference desired. Call mo on Hartford V3. Villa. T. I Williams ,et nl., DofondiintB. : .- J Mill Co., 'phone, or address me at Hartford, Ky. All porgons, Hrras or corporation. Air Bombardments. having clalraa ngnlnst tho Inn ot I started "at Dvlnslc, . Russia, to & Williams, u partnorahlp crawl out onto my balcony only to be Fjlutohnr consistliiK of h. M. Hatcher nud T. blown back again Into tho room by a P. Williams, nro hcroby notllled to bloBt of air which showered tho glass prosruit tho samo to ino, proporly Wc Knock the Spots Out of Things out ot tho window frames ur and proven, at my ofllcc In Ilartfortl, down thu slreot. It was from an Ky on or before the 27th day of aorlal bomb which dropped Just 191G. around tho corner, wounding 20 civilNo claims will bo roculvoil after ians, of whom six died lator. tho nliovo dato and claims not filed Fifty-fiv- e typewriters LesI got hack again on the window with wo on or heforo tho above dti French Dry Cleaned aud Pressed in sons explained by Moving Piclodge. This was no feat of unique Superior Manner. bravory. To get will bo forever barred. ture machine. Seven big Deand Individual Dono by order of tho Ohio Circuit Send us your Garments nnd Have partments Shorthand, Bookwhero ono could seo was as InstincCourt. Them keeping. Telegraphy, Stenotypy, ns to breathe. Everybody was tive OTTO C. MAUTIN. Muslj, Primary Normal. Exout. Tho human animal cannot stay CLEANED CLEAN Master Conimluslonor. 1813 Us lair when the biggest big gamo pert teachers. Modern equipIn Packages called for aud delivered. assured. shooting of man against man is on. Position ment. poarla nro .perThe most valuoblo Nobody cared nor noticed whnt any fectly round In 'shape; next como tho THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB Write for catalogue. of tho other spectators wora or, most- buttoh.fihuped, then th6 drop or d A. Iva Nail, Prop. ly, did not- wear. 'Their white faces pearls. Co, Bus, College wore turnod up to tho sky. They HAKTrOHO. KENTUCKY. d Hue. scrap-iiimoved in a Incorporated along tho streot walls. It wa OWKA'fiBORO, IfY. tfortl Itopub-llut- u FOR FUTCHER'S Hiibicrlbo for Th lint like u flow, thi- line distending wlmv year. $1,0) Uk-iwaa fcuiuw fc'liiht aftilter over .. Plarer-Piano- Ine are a few timpie bargains i will bo pleased with tho. ....... second-han- -- ITHOS. i J" t Ec iPiessteireir, , I ecorator and Contractor. ' MOi . Ladies' and Men's Garments pear-shape- - Daw. hand-to-han- Oliildren Ovy OASTORIA l-- of this Irrigation project and tho introduction of fcrlllzcrs and agricultural machinery will Inrrnnso m"nv by chnnco you for a chaser, llut If DESCRIBES SINKING fold to tho Turkish production of col-- 1 according lo law it thj rotomr B,0uld wound or kill a horso, hog or rtrnd ton, sugar enno, lemons, oranges nail fisjjrtont, Ky.. iniii mutter ot tn "tona COW( uo II)n enough to. find tho own- olives. A part of tho Irrigation work It i(er and pay for tho damago ilone. 'will bo put In operation within the such amentia you nro NOT FLOWED l V (Ul Ftlltor you do not make HIRNFTT 4tftS TI.HM:Y,..nu.slncSVManaBer cheap "skate" and should he bar- - TMSro KXVUAIS TIIAT IT 'next eighteen months. When theso Irrigation works are red from tho society of truo sports- wAS f, a, HUH. completed the Adana l'laln will h? to men. Furtner, u is tno into sportsjyidrcss nil communications rtho most favored portion of tho Ottoman's duty to report such a violator fes Hartford Republican. man Umpire, for It already posof honor nnd appear against him In Coninna, Spajn, Nov. 1'4 (via pnr-I- sesses splendid transportation facili courts, should ho bo awaro of tho tho NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS 6 p. :n.).-;Vh- cn tho crew of tho ties. Tho plain Is traversed by the t titM imiwrMiit fn ii new fncta. ..i i.. An,erlcn" "tenmer Columbian land- - Bagdad railway, and, in addition, m mnkinRthj won BiMi.ot.iB.idre you climb the farmer's fence when cd hero they wero accompanied to Admin Is connected with Murslna by Kjnwt sec that It Is left In Just as good con- Railofw Kurlhcr, tho port of Alrxan-" Uotcl y a sreat crowd of peo-,radltlon as when you first appeared line tor .n.-l- i mlilltlnnnl ho sn,lor8 ,oI(1 Interesting !drcttn nC3 nt n aistanco of only thlr-It- s of Think..V a slat from l'le- ObltnnrlcK, llpnlntlon iiml t'nnl hunter who would take upon their ship, ty miles from tho mouth of tho o y- llim. money In nilrniir. place and not rcplaco It should stories of tho attack otliff for rurvlrw" fw. lint Ohsrrh Notlo-broken wll,c was shelled and sunk off the lm( wl,ich rlvcrt ns woll as the that unit of the fenco nlwftlnnintii. 5c Mr linn. Bo Spanish const by a German subma- j,un nn(J the Benton Shah, will, after his unopprcclatlve skull. no. will Anonjraonn coiiiniinihiitloin j tho completion of tho contemplated , corn fields. Some- - rne. careful when In trtnllon ' Tho captain of tho Columbian was regulation projects, bo navigably and ono may be gathering corn and XHX.SSI'XCOZTEC. whethor your shot are spent or not 'at dinner when ho heard tho first goffer a cheap means of transpor.. .. ........... C2u.na.bGxiskXid. remot'o. At the tlmo lug tho products of the plat nto tho ...... C9 ting nrnuso Ire. Tho law only per- gun. It sounded 3Tw.rn3.ors' : "J.Vao.1 bagging of twelvo quail on tho Columbian was making eleven sea. Tho regulation of thcbo rivers mlts the one day's bunt. Quit when tho llm- - knots. Suddenly a shell passed ov-- it will also render available abundant FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17. Capt. Curtis, on tho water power for Industrial purpos is reached and avoid liability ot er tho ship. bridge, soon afterwards dlstingulsh- - es, such as tho generating of elcctrl- prosecution. Trcat tho farmor's Interests ns your ed n submarino four miles distant, city. A JX)S3 TO THK PRESS. For forty long years ho had tie- own Interests when hunting. Be cv- - He ordered tho American flag holstTho submarine, which, was tho Boys Corn Club Show. moro careful when on his premises ed Toted his energies, bis life's toil, to en approached and signaled the On Saturday, November 18tb wo tho newspaper work The birth of than when on your own. In oilier words, bo a truo sportsman and when captain to follow tho submarine, but will hold our Boys' annunl Cnni-Cl- u many a babe, tho death of many cltl ' approach It nor attempt to es- Show hero at Hartford at tho court iens, havo been recorded by his pen. tho" land owner learns that you aro not toas howouId In cither case be house, beginning at 10 n. m. Wo class there will bo little objoc- - cape Ho has endeavored earnestly at all of that sunk. expect to havo all tho boys with samto do his full part in tho im- tlon to hunting. times All on board the Columbia put on ples of their corn and their record provement ot his community and Its life belts. Tho captain prepared to books to show their year's work. It's better not to bet. citizenship through his editorial send his first olllccr by boat to the Wo would like for every one who fojjunns. Truly, he has succeeded. The twelve quail limit law doesn't uibmarlno with document:! autl a Jt ThnrA Ic ft tirfnltt lirntliflrlv.. nnr- - I ,...,, .,n can to come and be with the beys -. . U. U...W. V. demand that the American flag bo re and see what they havo ilono and ensonal feeling among men of the news I fraternity, and tho passing of, Tno flrBt tssuo of tne Kentucky spected, but the sea was too high and courage them by their presenco nnd paper Tho Colum- show thenilthcy aro interested in ino of their number Is always an oc - ingazlno i,as nia,i0 its appearance. the trip too hazardous. sorrow. .Moro strikingly j aml at tho samo Umo tno impression bian followed tho submarine through- them and their work. caslon for (s it truo when tho former occupant tliat lt ls WOrthy of the support of all out the night, being guided by rockThis Is a great work for tho boys ets, which also wero sent up from and every one should do all they can of a chair thus left vacant ls a per- -' Kentucklans. tlmo to tlmo by the Columbian by to' encourage them In it. Wo will onal friend. Is It any wonder then suggest that Chief Burton do- - order ot the Germans. a gloom hns been cast over tho "Ve that havo Mr. Otis Kerchcr, State Agent Toward G o'clock In tho morning of Boys' Pig Club, with us at this Kentucky press, for Heber Matthews nate those potatoes to his party for was known and admired from tho emm nnrnnsp. He mieht also an- - six American seamen manned a boat time to Judge the corn and grade the Purchaso to the Mountains by men of proprlate somo ot them to those poor j el went with a petty ofllcer to the books for the boys and then wo will submarino with the object of explain award the premiums to the winners. Ms profession? The Kentucky Press Washington Institutions. ship Ing that It was an American has lost a faithful member. So come and share their joy with Tho Faculty and Trustees of Hart- Tbey wero not allowd to explain, but them. Mr. Matthews' last issue has gone W. W. BROWDHR. to press. But we find consolation In ford College are to be congratulated were ordered to take on board a GerCounty Agent. : the thought that our memory of him upon their endeavors to establish man olllccr and two sailors, which the Is printed In ink that will never fado closer relations between teachers and boat did, and curried them to the CANADIAN GOVERNOR and boldly stands forth tho O. K. of patrons of the school. If entered In- Columbian. The Germans placed TAKES OFI'ICIAIi OATH to with the proper spirit the Teacher-Pare- nt several bombs In tho Interior of tho the proof. olllAssociation will bear fruit ship and meantime the German Halifax, N. S Nov. 11. Within a THK ELECTION. that will bo very nourishing to edu- ccr ordered Capt. Curtis and hln few hours after his arrival y ship and go Ono of the greatest political races cation In Ohio county In tho future. crew to abandon the from England on a British warship, aboard tho Balto, which was stande erer held In the United States is the Duko of Devonshire was installed ing by. now history. The two leading par- - COXGUKHS TO UK BESIEGED Thoro was some disorder and ex- and took the oath of offico as Canaties have fought to a finish, and RY BIG SUFFKAGK LOBBY The citement, but tho officer called out da's new Governor General. while the Republicans havo not glv- ceremony took place in tho legislaen up hope entirely It seems that) SanFrancisco.Xov.il. The next that thero was plenty ot time and tliera was no need to become pan- tive council chamber before a great Woodrow Wilson has "been elected to Congress will be besieged by Iho assomnlago of government, military himself an president. It is' est suffrage lobby in history, accord-goo- d icky. The crew before they were Invited olllccra and ' n allowed to enter the boats were exam and naval that the race is over. Tho ing to speakers at a guests. American public had grown tired ot luncheon of the National ' Woman's ined and deprived of arms and elec Tho Duko and Duchess with th61r Victory was pre- tric pocket lamps. They wero nllow-e- d tho campaign harrangue, and no mat- Party here to take a small part of their bag- two daughter. Lady Maud Louisa ter who the winner tho people want- dicted for national suffrage before gage, Capt. Curtis was later requir- Emma Cavendish, and Lady Blanche ed it over. Congress adjourns. Catherine Cavendish, wero met at In many respects tho race is the Miss Doris Stevens, of New York, ed to go aboard tho submarine as a priboner. Quantities of foodstuffs the pier by a guard of honor nnd the most remarkable In history. Mr. national chairman of the organiza.Hughes, tho he got a slightly small- tion department of tho Congressional were taken from the Columbian and streets thru which tho party pnssed er voto than his opponent, polled Union, declared that the women of, Hit aboard the undersea boat. When were lined with troops. After the administration of the moro than the combined count of tho country have "tho brains and en- all this was done, tho fuses of the was presented with an(l Tllft ia 1912 wu,1 ergy necessary to Induce Congress to bombs wero lighted and the Germans oath, the Duchess "SooZ011 bouquets by Mrs. Blondln, wife ot the An- - returned to the submarine in one of governMr. Wilson lout doubled his vote ' act favorably on the Susan B. tho Columbia's boats. Twelve min- speaker, on behalf of the Anothcr queer thonv amendment." years Or, of lour ment of Canada and by Mrs. Goudgc, bombs, exploded and phase Is tho geographical lino up of j "Wo have Just started to fight and utes later the wife of the president of the LegislaHughes and Wilson States. wo aro ready to face Congress with the vessel sank. the tive Council, on behalf of the a The Columbian's crew remained, While the Eastern States, Illinois and !a greatly Increased lobby and a of "Nova Scotia, She aboard the Balto until the submarluo went for tho Republican cr front," said Miss Stevens. s, and that vessel fell in with the Swednominee he has failed of election, ' said that the National Women's DRAINAGE TAX. NOTICE. ish steamer Varing, when they wero course, tho ofTlclal count ty did not consider itself defeated of put aboard her. The BalUno was then j of President p Jn his favor, This could only have nauso of tho At a meeting of tho Board of submaJbeen brought about by the West go- - W'tls&n, but rather the defeat as a bunk. Shortly afterwards the of Ohio Drainage Commissioners Ing solidly Democratic ami with thut victory Inasmuch as tho women ot rine sighted tho Norwegian steamer county, Kentucky, held at Hartford, Fordalen and ordered her crow fact the only hope, is it any wonder the country had shown their power Varing, and sank the For Kentucky, on November 14th, 191G, Democrats gave up Tuesday night? and are now banded together In clos- - aboard tho dalen. Food was running short on with all members present, It was orIn spite of his apparent defeat Mr. er bonds. com- - lercd that an asscsment or tax of Hughes made a grand race. With "Wo regard our defeat merely ns tho Varing and tho submarino of this fact. .Ten Per Cent (10 per cent), based conditions normal he would have ' a Bunker Hill and Bunker Hill had mander was informed upon tho original cost or assessment Ijecn an easy winner. The whisky a Yorktown," satd Miss Galo Laugh-interes- ts He gave permission for the vessol to for construction ot said ditch or lead-jenter nort. of Ohio and the Progressives Hn, nationally known suffrage to de- - Iraiu bo made and levied against tho Capt. Curtis, when asked California nro minor causes of his er. ho pro-- J lands and land ownors located wlth- apparent defeat,- - but tho major cause "Tho women of the East and the scrlbo his experiences, said except to in the B. W. Rial, ot al., Drainago no statement Jb Woodrow Wilson, aided by tho West havo boon cemented Into closer ferred (o make District in Ohio county, Kentucky. Inwar cries. Part ot tho stove cabinet tics," sho said, "and we have our American consular officials. His to tho United Said asiossraeut or tax heroby levied think sonioono else might have run faces turned toward tho future We tention is to return is to be used for tho purpose of clear-lu- g and our cry States at tho first opportunity. better, but If tho Domocrats havo hold no and removing any and all obColumbia wore of The crow of the won Ihey havo beat one ot the big- - to tho women of tho country Is 'One Thoro wero structions from said ditch or drain, nationalities. bo- - various .gest and best men wo could havo campaign ls over; another hns about thirty or forty Americans; dofraylng any past indebtedness and jiominated. gun! among hom several horso tenders, for meeting any other loglttmuto ex' -Tho sCeno now shifts to nearer ono penses incurred. five Moxlcans, flvo Spaniards, home. Kentucky Republicans should ALLIhh LUhr w i uslcm. The tax list and nssoBsinout roll MONTH, SAY GERMANS Chilean, ono Porto Rlcan, flvo Chielect. a Governor next time. There j Russians, threo Swiss nnd has been placed in (ho hands ot the nese, three fs nleo a county race to bo made next ' i County Treasurer to whom payment Berlin, Nov. 14 (by wireless to ono Italian. fall, and if the official count decides may bo mado on or boforo DecemIn tho month of Octobar o the losers let us give nluo "rahs" SayvilIo). ber 2Cth, 191C, without additional Business Scholarship. 104 alrplnneh for tho victors and begin preparations 'the Entonto Allies lost We havo for sale, a scholarship, cost. It said assessments aro not on tho western, eastom and nalknii for tho election of Ed Morrow. paid within the tlmo nbovo specified, fronts, whllo tho Germans lost rcv- - good for a completo courso In cither will bo put In tho hands of the TIIE HUNTER AND THE FARMER. enteen inachlneE, accbrdlng to to- - Bookkeeping nnd Accounting or siuiio to bo collected In tho samo Stenographers Course In tho Owons-bor- o Sliprlff Tho open season for'bhootlng quail, day's official Gorman statement. The Dullness & Industrial College manner ns State and County taxes. rabbits and other game was luaugur- -' text reads: .Witness our hands, this November particulars apply at Republican I "With great success In tho month For atcd in Kentucky Wednesday. Ac15th, 1916. tt cording to all reports thoro la moro t of October our Hying forces fulfilled office. J. II. THOMAS, game in tho State this year than for their heavy nnd varied task, ospoctul-man- y Chairman Board of Drainage Complans irrigation reasons pabt. Consequently !y in tho western war theater. Spe-themissioners, Ohio Co., Ky. reclaim Arid country will bo more hunting this year clal acknowledgment and thanks are Attest: than In former years. That fact ue- -' deserved by tho observation tilers of Mcdowell a. fogle,, sec. A project of Irrigation of tho AdajwsMltates great precaution. the artillery and Infantry, they t Tho farmer does not seriously ob- - j wero protected by tho battle airplanes na Pluln (tho Clllcla of antiquity) tit IiIb' which alBo splendidly fulfilled their n cost of 117,600,000 and requiring RESIGNS CITIZENSHIP Ject to tho hunter crossing over I1EOAUSB WILSON WON eight or ten years for completion land and shooting at his gamo If at 'special tasks ami by tho has been undertaken by tho Ottoman the samo tlmo tho hunter seeks to guns, Helena, Mont., Nov. 11. The Rov, protect tho lnterost of tho farmer. ' "Wo lost seventeen airplanes. Our government, says a commerce re ' Francis von Clafonbeck, ot Tillaport. . St Is tho wild and reckless hunter, enemies In tho west, In tho cast and has sot sportsman, that damages fences' in tho Balkans lost 104 airplanes, This project contemplates tho rog-an- d mook, Ore., and a sent his naturalizaletter resigning his fights, illation of tho thrfo rivers which tion papers - olghty-thre- o ot them In air shoots without regard to dlrocthat causes 111 feeling toward fifteen shot down from tho ground j water tho plain tho Salhun, tho citizenship to tho District Court tlon In part said those who delight In tho sport of- - and six by being forced to land be-- 1 Shlhnu and tho Bordan Shah and Clork hero. Tho letter to powby tho fields and woods. This hind our lines. Sixty hostile airplanes will ppon up to agrlculturo 494,200 that to "sco a man returned fcrcd much of which la at er nfter an administration and policy , acres of land, Forty-fou- r - aro In our possession. year, moro than ovor boforo. look besuch as wo havo seen during tho past ore you shoot. If stock or houses aro machines wero seen to fnll down on present arid. ls csUmated thut the completion four years Is too much for mo." It u the Hue with tho bird admit thut tbo otbor side of tho lines." fltertforc Republican. I lnoT; ! ' SSZljCOLUMBIA'S CREW VWWVVVWVM MMtM' vtiviwvvMl'r i r. Underwear ! h s, u.i-in- ,! j n. fr Inn-rtlo- I Shi-havSol-ov- er r i3 ' U-4- 9, . .- ,- ,- -- i :: to-da- y. 1 i to-da- i post-clectlb- Heavy buying of Winter Under-wea- r for men, women and children early places us in a position to give you exceptional values as long as our first purchases last. Since these purchases were made heavy advances have gone on every garment in our line. Without us telling you, you can readily see that the earlier buyers will get better underwear for their money than the man who puts it off until the season forces him into heavier or winter underwear. We have Union Suits in medium and heavy weights for men, women and children. VESTS and PANTS or SUITS for men, women and chil- . dren. We are exclusive distributors of thefamousjMUNSINGWEARUn- - I ion Suits for men, women and children. Wear Munsing Wear this winter and you will always want Munsing 2-PIECE Wear. We have Underwear at any price you want to pay, and our Underwear will please you at the price we charge. pt bold-Jndlan- Par-unles- E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver D&m. Ky. 0t4VIVVVIAWAVtWWWAA GOVERNOR STANLEY ASKED TO SETTLE MILK STRIKE ' WVtVtWX , J ol post-morte- . ' re turkey to anti-aircra- ft ' J Ih found. In Utah and Southern Cat Ifornla, where tho mineral Is taki-from kelp beds, tho cost of reduclnr Gov. Stnloy was called upon yes tho puro potash from tho vogotabl- i- I terday by Stato Senator Hito Huffa-ke- r mattor makes tho marketable prodto uso his influonco In bringing uct oxpenslve. Hero Is found nn almost puro about n scttlomont of tho milk strlko In Louisville satisfactory both to prothnt necessitates nothing but ducers and distributors. After rend- pumping, boiling and drying, when ing Senator Huffukor's letter, Gov. it Ib roady for tho refinery, whoro It Stanley declared ho will give all pos- brings tho horotofdro unknown prlco ot 1600 a ton. A Chicago packing sible) assistance. It Is ballovod probablo that Gov. company has contracted for Stanley will arrange for u conference ontira output for flvo years. -of the two factious early noxt woek. Senator Huffaker, lu his lottor, NOTICE TAN PAYERS. that It Is his bullet that the V You should pay your tuxes early milk stilso has brought Into oxlst-(ne- e an acuto. condition In which "tho and not only avoid tho rush but penGovernor of tho Statu might very alty, Intorost nnd cost aB woll. proparly interest himself nnd ondeuv-o- r will bo added on Doc. ljt, nnd as thero uro four Sundays and to bring about an equllablo tho 30th is n legal holiday you soo There wero no developments of inn-- ; you only havo 2G good paying daya. torial significance in the strlko sltua-- 1 (Jot busy, do lt now nnd beat the tlon yesterday both tho distributors Stato and county und others eon-uu- d producers continuing to declare-- corned out of this extra cost. Kccp they wero "galulni; ground' and j lt lu your own pockot. Under tho would not glvo up. Louisville Her-- , law, Immediately nfter Dec. 1st, I will bo forced to levy mid advortlso aid. for all unpaid taxes, moro cost and trouble to myself. Let' scttlo tho tax bills and close tho FOR FLETCHER'S matter up. Thoso receiving statements will pleaso return samo to mo with their Town Hullt on Potash. remittances. Hofflaud, Neb., from a llttla railRespectfully yours, way siding a year ago, with two or 18th 8. O. KEOWN, S. O. 0. threo cars standing on tho track, ha$ grown until it has been placed on tho For Salo. town, railroad maps as n Good 120 aero iarm on Rough shipping out thirty cars a day. Hoft-lan- d River, 3 miles west of Hartford, 60 promises to grow still more. It Is on account ot tho potash and acres in cultivation; other 60 acre "? Tho fields at Hoff- woodland. Its Apply, TINSLEY & HARNETT, laud uro tho only ones In tho United ' Hartford, Ky. Stutes whero tho ulniojt puro urtlcle o s od x s ! to-yo- Children Ory CASTORIA full-fledg- , r of ago and tho mother of ten living 'MAY 1NVKSTIOATE T children Tlio next younger to the COST OV FOODSTUFF triplets was born tho tenth of Jan(By Fluke McFluUf.) uary, so was Just ten monthB old Chicago, Nov. 14. reses la w'hen tho triplets camo. Four chil- the cost of food products ro Ilkoly dren have, therefore, been born hi to be tho subject of an invMtlgntlon "Election Rchoan." ' Mrs. Hober Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barrass says that It's touch thfc home during the year 1916. by the Federal Trade Commission It A. Summers, of Washington, nnd o Edward N. Hurley, chafrn of n Mr Victor Matthews, of Houston, enough to havo tlio living day lights In County Court. .Texas, camo hero soicrnl days ago, licked out of ono In an election, but The Dundee Mcrcnntllo Co., of Dun-do- commission, said hero today that the subject would bo considered at a t0 ' koDt awilk! " nlet ' "" to bo at tho bedside ot Mr. Hober made deed of assignment on tho meollng of the commission m Washi viciunous uai 1 u ors is more Man iMntilinwn., whnillGfl ventcrdav. , .. 13th. Tho deed was recorded on tho ington Friday. a plenty. 13th nnd A. B. Kenfrow, of Narrows, Rev. K. L. Creal announces that "The high cost of th eecsiltloi was named as assignee and has ac- of llfo Is the moat Important problem tho scries of meetings conducted by R.lllKn Mnrttn envn no n irnml ,. . cepted and qualified. So far no boforo tho American poplc today." , lilm In tho Beaver Dam Baptist),, , iiai.k.!,ii1i Church recently was ono of tho mostihul to w, tho v,c(ory ftm, rct)ro to schedule of assets and liabilities has ho said. "I bellovo It Is within th remarkable he has over held. There j ono,B poacelu, couch ftt niM.n,B,t been filed. providence of tho Trade Commission conversions, eight Mary Ellon Pitman was tried on to investigate, and 1 think woro thlrty-clg,th th ,n8,Kn, of trlumpll( the it moro by loiter nnd ono by restoration. ,S(nr Bedccke(, Crown rc8tlng snu- - November 15th and adjudged a per- thnn likely that wo will kM meet,.. son of unsound mind or an imbecile. ings to detormJno tho reason for tho moro were niso tony nuuiuoii- - in, ,v llnnn ,. tho church. The revival closed Sun- brow, only to awaken onver morning F. T. Wilson was appointed ami qual- present high costs, and apply a remday night. and find tho other fellow, tho enemy, ified as committee for tho above nam- edy If n remedy enn bo found." ed party. Mr. Hurley declared priwrnt coil Will pay cash or flour for good wearing tho Jeweled sky piece on his Barney Lee Ball, an Infant child prices were suicidal, and ho charged mcrchnntablo corn. Flour Is better own doino Is enough to jolt one's Ball, Simmons, this coal operators with wastefulness. Of of Mrs. than cash as all signs and predic- faith In the nover skld'proposltlon. county, was committed to the Ken- tho 600,000,000 tons of bituminous tions lndlcato $15.00 flour boforo tucky Children's Home Soelcty on coal mined In a year, ho said, many days. Civil War prices In nil "A ruble." tho 14th. Esq. R. C. Tlchcnor was was wasted and 200,000,000 probabilities will bo excelled. Will Qjico Upon a tlme.away back In the given oustody of the child for deliv- of this could bo saved under odlclcnt pay market prices for corn and fur- year 16, the people of tho country ery to the home at Louisville. operation. nish you Hour as cheap as you can had a very, very- mild clcotion for o No better flour President, nearly all of tho people get it anywhere. ThuukvKhiiiK Turkejo Wanted. Report of tho Condition of the made. were so kind nnd considerate of each Will pay tho following cash prices . ELLIS MILLING CO. 18t4 others feelings they really hated to delivered at our place of business Mrs. A. W. Logan and Miss Flor voto against the candidate of the oth- - Saturday, Nov. 18, 191C all day. Beaver Dam Deposit Bank After tho election was Turkeys, full grown, in good condience Logan were hosts last Thura-- 1 er fellows A Bank Doing Business In Town day afternoon to tho Ladles Social nlniost decided the side which about of Beaver Dam, County of siOc tion Club. The houso was beautifully won out absolutely refused to mako Turkeys, culls, small and runts.. 15c Ohio, State of Kentucky, at any noise or say or do any thing ! decorated in potted plants and cut tho CJosc of Business on Jlens i:tc ' llowers. After a number of games of whatever in the presence of, or even Springers the Sth Day of Novem- lSIe rook wero played, tho highest num- within hearing of those who lost, for Ducks, full feathered and fat, .. ber, 1916. .lie fear of wounding their feelings, this Geese, full feathered and ber being won by Mrs. Itowan fat.... 8c a delightful salad course was of course was due to that fine nnd Roosters, full grown RESOURCES. present were: gentle feeling generated by the served. The members .10c Loans and Discounts. ..$248,664.10 Guineas, each of the universality of tho Mesdamcj. Hooker Williams, O. O. 371.14 SiOc Overdrafts Eggs, per dozen Hunter, Ernest Blrkhead, Ed. Bar-ras- s, brotherhood of man, nnd to that 25,055.46 Stocks and Bonds W. E. ELLIS & BRO., J. S. Glenn, F L. FoIlx.'Rowan great command, "Love thy neighbor Cash on hand and in othHartford, Ky. Holbrook, II. E. Mlschko; Misses as thy self." 76,809.71 er banks o Mary Rowe and Wlllyo Smith. Tho Banking House, FurniReport of the Condition of tho guests were Misses Verna Duke, 1,700.00 ture nnd Fixtures . . . Katlo and Mary Pendleton. The legal bng limit of 12 birds per BANK OF HARTFORD day will have a tendency to keep bird Total ?353t600.41 Doing business nt the town of hunters from lying at least beyonl LIABILITIES. that number. No, there won't bo as $ 25,000.00 Hartford, County of Ohio, Capital Stock g many great big bird hunting liars of State of Kentucky, at tho Surplus Fund and Unditho unreasonable variety as usual. close of business on 9th vided Profits 34,326;60 Always In the mnrket for 293,228?81 day of Nov., 1916. Deposits WHEAT, 45.00 Unpaid Dividends ) I noticed that the country's highGOOD DRY CORN. RESOURCES. Highest market Price. est court has ordered the Starch Trust ?352,600.4V Total dissolved. Heater Dam Milling Co. iota That's what you might Loans and Discounts . . .$219,549.71 Overdrafts, secured and call taking the stiffening out, eh? 703.74 State of Kentucky,) unsecured )sct. Old Fluke Is certainly woefully Stocks, Bonds and other 3,345.00 County of Ohio, ) Securities 'and terribly onprepared for this sud 26,339.02 We, I. P. Barnard and John H. den cold snap. The longer we wear Due from Banks W CLUB HARTFORD ., 7,915.19 Barnes, President and Cashier of tho our little transparent B. V. D.'s., the Cash on hand SPREADS GORGEOUS PARTY Bank, do solemnly above named shorter they seem to grow. We Checks and other cash 1,067.30 swear that tho abovo statement Is items Just about afl soon havc Because of some kind of all Banking House, Furnl- true to tho best of our knowledge or something a corneous party , ln& on but a wrinkle. 4,000.00 and belief. Uio and Fixtures ' was spread In Hartford Friday night ' I. P. BARNARD, President. .,. ., i ,Mn CELEBRATE REV. CHANDLER'S Other Assets not includ. . EIGHTY-SIXTJNO. H. BARNES, Cashier. ed under any of above BIRTHDAY Mrs. Emma Schroder Is able to bo l8 only good for a hen house, the don- , 1,353.31 Subscribed and sworn; to before heads ' up again after a several days illness. Uoy supreme among animals and the I n, mo this 13th day of Nov., 1916. of rooster cock of tho walk. b.KhLfann"' Dr. andldTsTTnTzim-merma$204,274.17 FRANKj BARNES, S6 Total rinn.vv, NOVKWHKR 17. Guet began to arrive early nd Louisville, visited Mrs. W. H. Tay-- : Notary Public, LIABILITIES. ay. a est at din- and family, city a few days this' at tho appointed hour tho Shot Gun January My Commission expires ..... . v.., . Capital Stock paid in, In . quartet, accompanied by cow bell " H. - ST. L. It. It. TIME TABLE. week. . ? 40.000.00 18, 1920. cash s. land roc belched forth Bowling Green, and Mrs. A. M. Hern- No. 113 duo at Ellmitch 8:32 p.m. 20,000.00 . Correct Attest: ,,.,. Tho Anvil don, of this city, dnughters of Rev. Surplus Fund Mrs. J. II. Patton spent tho first,.,.- - nn.nln. No. 110 duo at Ellmitch 7:30 o. m. of the week with her son and daugh G. H. BARNES, Other members Deposits subject came In for Its part of and Mrs. Chandler. Chorus then No. 112 Lv. Ellmitch .. 3:40 p.m. ter, Dr. and Mrs. Ross Bennett, Mc C. P. AUSTIN, " to check . ..$ 99.7C7.18 the program and the guests were so ol l" laiu"y wero Pveiiju Ar. Irvington .. 5:35 p.m. Henry. ' Dlroctors. immensely pleased that repeated en- - attending on account of illness in Time Deposits 103,903.72 , Lv. Irvlngton .. 5:56 p.m. ; tuc,r Elites. Ho was tho recipient Pnalilnr'c i A full lino of Progress Hot Blust chorus resulted. This led to a bit of Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. checks out Report of the Conditional tho Ranges lonlnnsv on thn nnrt nf tho Rliof Hun . Ol a numuer oi guis Lv. Loulsvillo .. 8:35 a.m. Heaters, Cook Stoves ami No. 163.14 203,834)4 Rev. Chandler Is a wonderfully standing so Hart- quartet nnd Its accompaniment, l Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m. on display at Acton Bros., ROCKPORT DEPOSIT BANK they decided to go serenading in preserved man, possessing a brilliant Duo Banks and Trust ' Ky. 1812 Lv. Irvlngton .10:40 a.m. ford. 420.13 Companies mind, devoting much time to readhopes of getting into higher socieDoing business at tho town ot 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmitch Mr. Harry Bridges, of Louisville, . ty. 20.00 ing and writing, keeping abreast with Unpaid Dividends' County ot Ohio, , Rockport, M II. & R. R. R. TIME TABLE. and Col. J. W. Ford aro speudlng Hits current events; a subscriber to MethSovernl homes of tho upper class State of Kentucky, at the week camping at tho lattcr's farm on j wero South Bound, No. 115 264, 274. 17 papers and current perTotal ,f visited. Very neatly arranged odist church close of business on 9th 8:45 a. m. Rough River. Duo at Hartford programs wero rendered In front of iodicals, he is thoroughly posted on day of Nov., 1916. North Bound, No. J14 Having serv- State of Kentucky,) Mrs. C. V. Taylor, of Rochester, each, A spoclal feature was put tho events of tho day. I 5:5G p, m. Duo at Hartford )sct. parents, Mr. and Mrs. on for a local newspaper man and ed In tho active ministry for nearly Is visiting her RESOURCES. (Both "Mixed Trains.) County of Ohio, ) ono of h,B Ereatest pleas- y031-8n. 1. Maxov. . and sister.. Mrs. Pearl "Ho Kept Us Out of War", was sungj81 .. . ' Vnlan. We. Rowan Holbrook and C. O Loans and Discounts . . . .? 34, 047.30 .. by Master J. C. Casebler. directly un- - urcs Is reading mo mine, wrmng ar-d&vio., tfila.. UIAaIt and secured 1,ta church PanerB aml fre-th- o Hunter, VIco President and Cashier . Overdrafts, tho window. Tho also volco oftt,cles for Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ellis unvo reunsecured 950.19 of the above named Bank, do "uently preparing sermons, sounded very turned to Washington after an ex4,070.12 ,s a benediction to his soloranly 'swear that tho abovo state- - Duotrom Banks Personal 'News in Hart- swoct inho early hours of the morn- - j IIls llfo ' tended visit with rolntlvcs Cash on hand 3,074V16 ing. Each noto meant a tear to the famll-- a"d friends and may ho bo mont is truo to the best of our ford and Owcnsboro. Uanklng Houso, Furniture knowledge and belief. spared to them many moro years poor scrlbo and relief camo only Events. and Social Mr. and Mrirw.'TrPondloton conand Fixtures" 4,500.00 ROWAN HOLBROOK, V. Pres. "tusscllvllio Times, cluded tholr visit to relatives hero when tho volco was drowucd out by Other Assets not included C. O. HUNTER. Cashier. Note Rev. Chandler wag at one tho Shot Gun Quartet on tho chorus. Saturday and aftor a visit to Kutta-w- a Method-retur- n under any of ''abovo Subscribed and sworn to b.foro Ho was deeply affected and did not t,rno Pastor of tUo will go to Pittsburg to reside. 2,497.78 heads mo this 16th day of November, 131G. nnd l3 tl10 father of to slumber-lan- d until tho sere- - lst churcu Mr. E. E. Brown was In Rockport Mrs. Ira DBeunj who has been My Commission Expires February gono fully fifty foot on c- - M- - Crowe- - ot tu,s ah?- - Uo iB 8" had on builnoss yostorday. travollug through Oklahoma with her Total $49,139.55 teemed by many local friends who IS, 191S. tholr return Journoy. Mrs. Delia Galloway, of Irvlngton, ilU8hand during tho pa it two mouths, LIABILITIES. MARGARET MARKS, 10 luum 3r..,,i i,w oi uia i.n tJrt. win uo ueiisiiiuu ni.Yi.. Capital Stock paid' in, In Notary Public. Js visiting her slater, Mrs. J. A. Ben- - returned to her homo hero this another feature" healthy condition 8-at tho ago of SO. ,,olU $15,000.00 -" cash ! Correct Attest: Money to loan on first class ini- - rondod nt tUo horao of nromlnont Surplus Fund 5,000.00 to 0mzoni R. B. LEE SIMMERMAN, Teams Wanted. In Hart- - jirovod roal ostuto. From flvo For Salo 'House and lot Undivided Profits, loss ex Wo want 10 to 15 teams to haul AUo"r raalnB tho r0Unds tho Shot J. C. THOMAS, Choap at 5350. Apply at this twenty years. For terms seo or ford. penses and taxos paid.. 135.63 Directors. 13tf,writo w. II. PARKS, Hartford, Gim qnariei mt its followers rojoln- - stono on Hartford and Beaver Dam olllco. Deposits subject 18u od tho Anvil Chorus which had con- - road at onco. Must havo rock beds K'- Mr HardiirTtlloyvoi7t to Stoubon- 3 to check $17,350.34 Unveiling. yards ot stono. Applv aN A to, hold 1 Will pay 80 cents in Flour for good tinued without intormission. vlllo, Oho, labt week where ho hns -Tho local cam.. W. O. W. will hold Time Deposits.. 10,555.79 to It. B. Martin. iien-uv- vm orn, u cuius cun. ureaa graiw conceri louoweu, a pouition. unveiling services for Sovereign S. Cashier s checks It. B. MARTIN. ' by gosh, bolng tho com'' Dr 'Woolfolk Barrow, of Loxln you havo flour at markot prlco. 97.79 28.003.92 W. S. DEAN, P. Rowan, deceased, at 10 o'clock a. outstanding .. ELLIS MILLING CO. mon selection. JNO. 11. WILSON, ton, Is tho guest of Mr. nnd M - '20t ni on Thanksgiving Day at Goshen, Duo Banks and Trust ComHartford, Ky. Tho parting was a sad ono for It panies 1,000.00 Committee and at 2:30 p. m. on tho samo dato H. P. Tuylor. Horso Wantoil I will feed and will In all probability bo yearn and ,. at Oak Wood for Sovereign J, It. i y ,10r80 years boforo another such party can Kor Salo or 'IVailu Nlco aiorouim Bai,(!o nnd bug-f Total ....$49,139.5? Felix, deceased. Colt. Address DR. J. S. DhAN. Hart- - fn th ug(J f Bamo durjng tho com-for- bo pulled off, so seldom do such oc- BECOU:S MOTHER OF o TOUR CHILDREN IN YEAR Ky. lltf ,n wintor Awy t tue Hartford casions coino to these particular mer-or Horso Branch, State ot Kentucky,) Prodigal Returned. . t Tho a. ni. rooster pro- Miss Helen Ronfrow, of Llvermoro, Tobacco Warehouse, )scL WiHlamstown, Ky.. Nov. 14. Trip-lot- s Ono morning tho "Black Maria" -j -was tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. S". J. uow purni-yoddtn- nouueed tho benediction, whilo a far of Vhc County of Ohio, ) woro born yesterday to Mr. and arrived at tho Polfco Court to tako away volco rising from tho stables Sunday. Saturday and tro (,on,t forget tho Btore wlth a of Black & BirkUoad addod an Mrs. Frank Lawrence, at Keofcr, in to Jail tho prisoners who had boon Wo, A. D. Park and Jas. I. Hoslek. Mrs. MarthaRos8 left yestorday fu ltn0 at lowcst'prlces. s. President and Cashier of the ubovo "amen" that rung, and rung, and this county. The now arrivals are arrested the provlous night, says ACTON BROS. for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. As they filed into tho van tho named Bank, do solomuly swear that boys and their combined weight was echoed, and died away, Hartford, Ky. Jno. T. Moore, at Ellzabethtown. l9t2 eighteen pounds at birth. policemen wero much umused to hear tho abovo statement istruo to the of Argay, Myrtlo Mr, Frank G. Foreman Mrs.S. M. Maddox and Miss rnfltifr Mm lpcrami nnn nftnrnnnn n Slnco tho arrival of tho triplets, un old woman, who was the last ot best of our knowledge und bollef. A. D. PARK, President. Ky.. is spending a fpw rays hero with mutltlox. Beaver Dam, and Mrs. W. violent, thuudorstorm nroso and, to I which nro tho first to bo born in the -- trlng, shout out to u young prisJAS. I. HOSiCK. Cashier. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Foro- - Ci uiankenshlp, city, returned from lessen tho fright of tho children, tho Grant county, hundreds of persons oner in front: where they (enci,or began telling ot tho won- - havo visited tho Lawrence homo. The Subscribed and sworn to bdforo Owensboro yesterday, man. "Now, then, corao out of that; mo this 10th day of Nov., 1916. - m.-boys havo boen named Marlon, Mel you'yo got my corner!" dora ot tuo elements. Salllo Druko, Bmaunuus, i nail neon visum. Mrs. My Couimsiou Expires Jan. 28th, Needless to say, tho old lady ob"And now, Jimmy," sho asked, vin and Marvin. visiting her Bisters, Mrs. Joo C. Ben- - days. L. T. REID, They aro not tho first children tained her accustomed seat. Then, 1918. Mrs, P. B. Taylor, for a' few Tno ren7alns ofJohn Gross, n for- - "Why Is It that lightning nover nott and ' Notary Public. born In tho Lawrenco homo, however us tho door was closed to and tho mcr cltlzon of this county, who died strikes twlco In tho samo plnco?" days, z nttondlnBtue in Owcusboro on tho 13th, woro J "Because," said Jimmy confldcn- - There woro already soven others policeman stepped up behind, sho put Mr. H. T. llolbrook'fs French inventors claim to have ronven'ti'on of Kentucky Ico Manu- - brought to Antloch church burial t tlally, "after It hits onco tho samo ranging in ages from loss thnn a year her face to the bars and said to him ., ... .....I. . I .....- -t. 1 !.,., produced from Etrfw un artificial in delightfully dulcot tonos: mm " -111 u l.....,.l uu l.,o, ur.l-.l jnm urn i ,!.- - uu; wuit, - iiiiivo to twelvo years, 111 .uuigruuiiu- SOSSlOn lumncu iu.iu facturcrs" HOW wood that has the strength pf .all. t nesday. Mrs. Lawrence Is only thirty yeara "Home, James." Homo Journal. PAY YOUR Yale key on Union or Main Rtrocts In Hartford. Key No. 16058. Tinder please present samo nt Tlio 'Republican ofilccs and receive Ist. STR1Y STREAKS. -- ELECTION BET Now (hat the big contest is ended, t-- e, , i 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. It may be the best pair of Shoes 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 $25.00. Possibly it may be a Tie, or Shirt or Sox; come to us, we can serve you at a small price. Don't be "grouchy" if you are beat just smile and pay up. Do this, and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH .A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. ht ,..,,. ,..,, 300,-000,0- - Hol-broo- k, lc "Non-Political- ." m JRGb, 57TI J- I HE-HA- Hartford Republican. ii,. ... , H grated f, I JSi' .. T hom-artlKt- Ill ... ... .... I - I v. er I I would-be-sing- er v o1 . nor .1 MrB-nador- s ..( tat0mtvuB v. ' j ii d, s. i i- ay Tlt-Blt- ir iu y. J T -.- VI119. eohisequonco, for In Slam n man Is dlca ted that "Archlo" had his fuescs TO DISPUTE not restricted to ono wife timed Just n bit too accurately for EUROPE pleasure flying and that It was safer W'ono Yet. U. S. TRADE LEAD INTERESTING SET to toko chances from the fragments A Gorman spy caught coming from beneath or above This Law Attorney was on his way to be shot. was ono discussion in which tho In"I think you nngllsh nro brutPH," , nocent bystanders had no part. Ho SOUTH AMKIUCA AVIIJi 1112 RIKIt- HARTFORD, ICY. f he growled, "to inarch me throui 'i tWA$HINGTG Will practice hh profession In ;eVAi; KMK1W TKI.Ii OI-- ' SKN8A- - loarncd, howovor, that shrapnel from CHANTH' ItATTLH GROUND this rain nnd slush."' an "Archlo" Jumps n't you with a and adjoining counties. Conuiier,i JHONH CONNKCTKI. WITH OP- AKTKR WAR. MWII," said tho "Tommy," wl whlto "bang;" that It looks llko n KKATING MACHINES. and Criminal Practice a 9poeinlty. w.s ojort!ng hlni, "what about mo" puff-ha- ll as It breaks In daylight and J havo to go back In it." like tho starry shower of n rocket ns fEL ofamerican fOEALS rror Mimm T H'AIIKKTIIT1U.V iliirtinrii, w9t Rio Do Janeiro, Brazil, .Nov.l. it explodes by night. fniinwll. K.v XOTIC13. London "It's all right so long na When a "shrnp" explodes beneath American business men hero who reIn a city "litre good hotels STRATTON & MARTIN yon can't aco 'cm or hear 'om," said tho tall of your machine you feel lis cently formed n strong Chamber of abound, thPowbaUn heads the """" Fly-Ja- g Ohio Circuit Court. llst.w Tommy Urennnn of tho Royal Attorneys at Law to loop tho loop in the Commerce for tho purpose of develIf wcro going It ft "first la the hearts ot its xvi, Asuoy, ei ni., rianuins, Corps, "but any man who tolls wrong direction. countrymen,, r When it breaks In oping the largo shuro of tho trade iu. CROMWELL, - KY. ft; ' Vs. yau he can fly over an 'Archie and front, you feci ns if you very much which tho war In Europe has thrown Will practice their profession In thAi pJUMMMMMMMOBSSaiM. S. J. Tlchenor, Executor, etc, Dofcnd .get a 'flaming onion' right ahead of wnnted to do a "Hip-flop- " backwards from their Old Continent rlvuls into laud djolnlug counties. ColIcctItu, nnts. him without ducking and wishing in tho most Improved style. When their hands, wcro cMgrincd at tho np- .Commercial and Criminal Practice All persons, firms or corporation., Micy wouldn't come so CI030 or mako you get It under tho wings tho con- pcaranco of a large advertisement Prompt and vigorous Specialty. u much notso, has never been up cussion almost capsizes you and you In ono of tho prfnfijpsl Journals nf hnvlng claims against tho cstato of service. Notary in offico. Sftllio At. ABhby, doccasod, nro Ja on aeroplane. Tako It from me." feel ns if tho old or guid- this city a few days e.go which causto present tho same, prop-orl"Yes," put In Clllray, "and .every ing lever never will put her back on ed much merriment Jji the commerproven, to my oillco In Hartford, tlmo you duck your old winger ducks an even keol. cial circle of their English, French, Ky on TTie Towliatan u ttitnttl, exor boforo tho 27th dny of with you. As 'Bren' over there says, ecutive, and rtttful. Ill excelIt dovelops in German, Italian, Portuguese nnd Tho "Hlckoy-boos,- " November, 191(5. lent location on Pennsylvania woudn't bo so bad if you couldn't tho courso of tho conversation, are Dutch rivals. it Avenue, lEth anil II Streets, No clnlnis will bo received after Ky, makes it a desirable headquarfeo and hear 'cm. Generally speak- tho Zeppelins, Where they got the Tho advertisement was a larg" tho abovo ters lor bridal couples, tourist date and claims not fllc.l ing you don't hear them unless one nnmo no one seems (o know. It is display tolling In dotnll of tho mor- parlies, conventions, Schools and with mo on or beforo tho abovo date Highway and Drainnrje , colleges. aappens to break wlthln'30 yards or tho exclusive language of ho flying its of a n mako of'Amcrl- - will bo The Towliatan attracts the forever barred. so of yoi. It's when you get down corps. "Archlo" Is the name of tho can automobile. people of culture and education. Dcsiun. It wits set forth In Dono by order of tho Ohio Circuit Its proximity to Stale, War and close (o them and Jonk right down at homo defense aircraft guns as wel) correct Portuguese, tho language-- Pf Navr Departments, also to many Court. ttipm spitting flro at yon, tjint's when as those of tho Germans, for generalol historical interest, ;olnl the jjqnntry, and would havo been n males this hotel especially at. OTTO C. MARTHN, jQUJjavo got to have every nerve In ly speaking all such ,?uns nro tho good trarte'Pllllcr but for tho last trachve to 1 discriminating pubAiastcr Commfvsloncr. lSt3 lic.! your body tuned to tho minute." natural enemy of tho airman, whether lino which read; Agent f?r Brazil, The Powhatan ofert roams o , "J'll never forget tho lirst time ho bo chasing n "HIckey-bpo- " willi detached balh at Sl.IO, over Mr. A. Blank, Quito, Ecuador." NOTICE. J2J30 and up. Rooms with pritJiey got rloso to me," declared "Boy" London or taking pbseryatlons nt tic On tho maps tho straight-lin- e vate bath, J2.50, $3,00 and up. dls Tylle. "My only thought was that ;ront. They ar always threatening) j..nc0 beiwcen Wgje for TiooMet Vflh nupi nio de Janeiro and ' Ohio Circuit Cour. IJKAVKR DAM, KY, I would never shoot a pheasant again, liltn with an unpleasant cud tfTlJpFrj M, LBWI9, Quito has not much moro than tho John M. Balls, ct al., Plaintiffs, knew exactly how" a bird must feel N'lght flying Is no easy task at appearance of a good broad Jump; ? Vs. o Ofllcc Jumc.s T,lor' Livery Itnrn. " when a hunter opens Are." best. on tho trade routes over which a let- Henrietta Balls, Admrx., et nl., De.JJrcnjinn wore upon his left sleeve 't'lllillifiliiJMilil'i'ii'iJLilLU "You feel like tho man In the ter must Journey between these two fendants. the gold stripo of tho wounded. "Oil" song," said Sammy Sampson, a mid- points the dlstanco Is approximately All persons, firms or corporations, had been on the official list of tho get of the corps; "you are all dress- 8,000 miles each wny. Calculating having claims against tho estate of killed In action some weeks ago.but ed up and noiplace to go." on reasonably close rail and steam- T. F, Balls, deceased, aro hereby noto somehow or other came back Is simplo enough to go up at ship connections four mouths would tified to presont the same to ine nt ,It !MiKLfll life. When Brenuan was lilt and f- night and simple enough to sail away, elapso between the tlmo the pros- my oillco In Hartford, Ky., properly wnal J In '' a,V PATTNTO' inally came down safely within his hut It Is something else again to como pective Brazilian buyer posted and proven pn or beforo tho 27th day of v nu lallcxi i' B I R ' en tliorouduty, i ear j Icy" t THAT PAt, " ritfr .own lines it was found thoro were down without taking off a chimney recolved reply for an order or inI srKr.r mi4Lc pit. twu--oc- . Novombor, 191(5. xl ipotlrl. iJiutu r ucb tt for rflct rrpnrl no less than SO perforations in his pot or "straflng" a big oak tree. In quiry. European competitors with No claims will bo recolved after 14 i on nktcnUMhtr an' pw - OUR- swings. passing mrcr cnctg rrfrroum ordinary times thoro is a flare to agents and displays pn (he spot would tho abovo date and claims not prei, te( IkHKon ITjntaMo l.tlc U will to t i,jy "'I was sp Interested in looking ovI Uide you safely back to tho aero- enjoy a most obvious advantage. sented on or boforo the abovo date I 103.B08 Sovonth Stroet,WASHINGTON, D. C. trenches I guess I got n U- drome, but on "raid nights" when er their will bo forever barred. Distances Are Great. tile too low," ho explained. all is dark, and when the "Archies" Dono by order of tho Ohio Circuit Distances in South America are There is nothing moro interesting are barking ilt tho "Hickey-boos,- " great and are teldoni realized by the Court. in all London than to sit through a and tho "llhUef'haos" are "putt, North American who Is nlUCh more OTTO C. MARTIN. long autumn evening talking to the putt, putting" at yOU-- .with their Master Commissioner. used to vast stretches than is his 1813 .youngsters of tho wonderful avla- then night llyi'isja sure European rival. In the case of the 511ns V service Great Britain lias ninioat ly enough a real man's Job. tion WILL YOU rV mlracuously built up since the war The Royal Flying Corps Is proving letter tilted above, it flttld hae to OrARANTKHI) SERVICE go from Rio de Janeiro to New York TAKE .began. One hundred per cent most nttraetlYP In young Canadian j by steamer, a distance of 4,770 miles, Special work for W. Value. "We've sot the Germans now officers. They are qualifying as l'1 .hence 1,972 miles outliwar tr " rs O. W. '"where they have to fire blindly or lots by tho score. Somo who cam0! Colon, ntv ronCg across the C'uiul 1 W. F. STEVENS-- . shoot by Uie map." Uipf.e intrepid, over from the Dominion In khaki are j,0 s35 mli03 (own tK0 w,est c.w t k Tftfasnl Hurtford. Ky. R. F. D. 7. .um r men of tho air will ifrll you. "Of now in the deep blue of the Royal p( goulll America to Guayaquil. K ., 10 Representing Continental , j finally 210 miles In!. C ' what list art) their wonderful guns if Naval Air Service, hut tho great nw; for WEAK they don't know what they are shoot- Jority who havo taken to the air are to tho high plateau city of Quito. Marblo & Granite Co. LUNGS or ing at? They don't dare send a still In khaki with tho white Insig teturn trip would la n5r the mu fi CONSUMPTION plane over .our lines. Thoy don't nia of widespread wings on the left J toiiUt, for walla are not carried southfctv- -. yssf&gssi L.... iinrn nnnroach. Tho minute breast of the tunic tli. ward tu UtienoB Alros and over V vi ovlivX, 7S3a..5-l55S- ( "I had mv AM real thrill the Andes for this part of the cout'.icir, they how themselves wo have an (. A Quick retlel (or that tired, run down lerllnt. tSXZlAghK,WSi erwhelming number of machines to otliOV day," said one at those young and, even If they wore, the dlsutnce coushs, pains In chest, niciu tesu, acmoi -- mit.zc-z: i & thieei. weak luncs or coniumpllon. If il 5end after them and. they beat It for Canadians Just back from tho front. still would be so great as to maki not help you it costs you oolblnt. SS TFnWintt(evl'fel I tn T,ri.vmi bin home again' as fast as thoy" can go. I was 'way inside the German lines, the American automobile advertiser", ?ljt is tw v in liuI Lnoir nnd tndu mcr j OHIO MEDICAL CO. SS.KJi.'l? They can't take a photograph of our having the tlmV of my bright young proposition vldlculous. IO. in lricrt and rnrnre. line. the unuir (let outtf the rut. positions, Their batteries have lift-- , When suddenly I heard a miss-Arnew everywhere Thuro are evidences xazniaTrTrrr.i,firMritiiiM.-u-No matter how many cylin- hero that tho English, .been driven from tho heights and German. i FOR PEItSONAL HYGIENE i ftiey can't Observe. It is a big dif- ders you have got whirring in front French, Spanish and Portuguese merDittolvcd In water for douche stops pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflamference from the first days of the of you the instant ono misses your chants mean to fight hard to dispute (LUMftS AND CURE mation. Recommended by Lydia E. war." heart hears it even beforo your ears the lead recently acquired by Hip Uie most inteirstliie And useful miwiinf. and Pinhham Med. Co. for ten years. Associating much with Britain's do. That old engine of mine jump- Norh American In .tho field of Bramoney worm. i.ery niuuui Uie A li caling wonder for iiar.nl catarrh, Jlying men 'one will soon learn that ed nnd bucked nnd finally stopped. zilian trade. For somo years prior Article 300 Picture--3C- O sore throat nnd aoro eyes. Economical. Idem ami as cstienrdiRary elcamnv and oenmciJal pnvrrr. I to tho war the United States occuMl for only 15 cent. All tlio new' an "Archibald." usually called "Ar And me miles across the luie. . In n a Intentions ill rlcvtrlcitv nud wlrvl.-mSSRjile I roe. ?le. all tirue8ti cr rotlpaki trf I an Ill sliopworlc ami for short, is an antiaircraft' knew it was something wrdng with pied third position- - ns supplier miii. TIPaxlfcoTc3rlCiiiipaar.Portoo.Nlm.J chie" of ajtnmolillcs ami oercpUno. In iarmin;:, una m gun. the carburetor or the ignition, for I merchandise to the Brazilians. Dur th!nn at hornc. SO paKeseverr How " 'Archie' barks at you," said Bren- had enough petrol to ko a hundred ,ng tho nrat year ot tho conflict the montli, to nuketiit r friK!ralor imnitry Loum. iucIliI llllll. .Aiinnn furnilure, automoUIo sliop rriKurr, etc. UUUria Tllal'.i.eiro uan. "He goes 'woof, woof, woof.' miles or more. In tho higher altl- ,i0rthcrn republic crqpt to second ti .tlolfrel oven og Ycnns- eu'OLDu It i nill of rooner miklti;. men and Idena. boys. He isn't comfortable to listen to, tudes water often Rets into the mix- - plnco and at tho tormlnatiou EXPCHIENpC ANDALLTIinOATANDLUNGTnOUSLES. ot the It U written In pUIn Ehuluh for a Copy 51.50 n Year get down Iiik chamber. 15 Cent either, but It's when you &o nrsi 01 an i J"I1TTATJ ri'ATrilljr'rv C! n TTCST? A TTITI VI second year It had a good lead, which j tf WAJUMi 3h kl or write direit tii i.J--r sjaiUiAWvii' a little nearer to earth and tho ma- gled that old carburetor for all sho It has ever since routotalncd. When Oft It from a n.'Wstofcrts' Fourth Ave., NA . OR MONEY BEFUWDED. l,pularScitneMunttilr. you was worth. Then I gave the old s'FSMtty.u tftmusjnaMV i:,".iTr.4 chine guns get to working that rmrl' T,tcittt(rtilTiKD4:e.Hmj trado conditions are l'lvub y'bciU( lad nesUM Uus paper. 'feel you have got to do what you set boat a little tilt downward, sho crank competition will be keener and esout to do right quickly and get. start- ed herself as sho dipped and old tablishing agencies In tho plateau M'"l T4I I'lll 'AX;U.&i.fcftRA TltACC MAHK3 ed to some quieter spot just as fast Johnny Engtuo was purring away In roglon of tho Andes for sale of com' i TA ,E..ll, Dcsicrts as the air will get out of your way a moment Just like a contented tab- modities In Rio do Janeiro, which Is Vfft f a likelrhCcpvntcHTS&c.it d frrttntlnn n Ar.rono ' and let you through. You can't by cat in an old niaid'H lap. I hnd as if an English Arm would advortlse iiivontViriMi it it i il' l !!'. Cnnum imagine how much that old atmos-pher- o enough of Germany for that day and " il. ll'I.Ort no IV lloiU'triOllTi tho sale of a commodity In a Now a nnocuncoAMODCFENoco " '" ' jj fLMitfii-icl Ui' " r tot vwurni. wu" gots in your way whon you are set sail for home In a Hue that would York papor and rotor imjuirles to its I li ' " u.i-'i- l. sjfl t' ur 'ittT ivii iiic'tiun nun i iu. K.cvivr N ALl COUKTRI,. mttial nttltt. Trtt'iout cu ir j, in u.j h KB" ' U really In n hurry." make a crow's tllght look like a ser- agency in Sitka, Alaska will not nr... ...ryv.. H ' ft r ' i ' " " '. ' '"'Q flw. " m t Whon you get on speaking terms pentine dance." ti ihi v ti 1 .. HJ help Amorlcnn exporters to tanlntaln ?ijlIIc I ".- - . '2 b pDt"t rid ' .rrlns-ir- ; o-t- with a machine gun you know that K nimdsnmetT Illnirtnitd wrrUr. JjrrsKtt supremacy. Iiin'-.- . ".ti" evluU'in nt a ii . It talks with a "putt, putt, putt." SHfferei' loni IndljjoMlon Relieved. S 10 Us J il mlu'alt'l'i'. l rt" Jfl Would llrottk l S. Hold. reir: I ur I'ji ' ll ", W. BoUliJiJlri'" f Wa'MIQT i. . C. 3 The ordinary hand rifle, which often "Refare taking Chamberlain's Tab-o- ts hold which tu UnitTo break tho takes a shot at you when you pet for several ed States has slowly acquired and FARM LANDS and City Resldsnoes ' m u i vwuiijhvu ray hubband suffered wviauni are now soiling at a low oost, too olofc t'i the trenches, goes "crack, years from indigestion, causing him to pre-wconditions of but don't expect It to be so . creek, crack," Just as everyone ex- to have pains in the stomach and dis- supremacy, will be tho inflexible nlm If you over expect to own pects tt ru!! to i?o. Chamberlain's of tho 'English, French and German tress after citing. your farm or your home now Is "A laming onion? Well, that looks TableUi relieved him of these spells merchants. No Influence, however the time to buy. for ll the world like an eight-candMrs. Thomas subtle, is beina overlooked to svay right away," writ , power electric light bun coming N. V. Obtainable ev-- v tho Brazilian Government and peo- WE HAVE several farms listed Jixsey, (leuevu, in you. Then all of a sudden it breaks Tfl rywhere Ohio county and they can be ple. "Wrong Interpretations oi tho -e into nice little ribbons of Are th.i had for reasonablo prices and Mouroa Dootrlno, willfully misleading dart and float through the elr llkt Maintaining Discipline. liberal terms. If wo do not urtlclos which nppear frequently in They are go many blazing serpents. hnvn thn nnrtlfmltir farm VOU dii- - UzCAJX PATTERNS "Dlsclplluo," said a Govornmnt the press as to the attitude of tho Celebrated (r style, perfect fit, simplicity sa very disagreeable, those onions. Their Blro wo will make efforts to net a dinner In Washington, United States and Us pooplo on tho reliability marly 4.9 ytirs, roia in nearly odlcial at Tery city and town in tlio Vmtxl fctJtrs an one doeiro in life is to set you ablaze 'naval dliclpllno must bo maintained European war and other tactics of it for you. Canada, or by mail direct. Moro sold and explode your petrol tank.' Onn jt all costs." Stud lor Irci cauloguc. other nuke. naturo nro part of the cun- IF YOU want to movo to Hartford a llko McCALL'S MAGAZINE thing the American always has to re."They tell a story to illustrate this: ning campaign to discredit tho northMore subscribers: tlian any olhet tasnles whore our children will have the . !.. member over hero is that gasoline, uillla- - n.HH.1. lnunl...h. "A naval olllccr said to a seaman: ern trader. advaUtttgO Of .I gOOd high School : est styles, patterns, drcumaLInf, irllfint-rj-, or Just plain "gas,"' us the motorists " 'What Idiot told you to dump that main sewlnir. Unrr nccuitwoti.. niiirtiressini;. Tho moro open campaign conslsta notify us. Wo havo houses and :i ctUiuetle, cod stories etc. Only 0 ceils s and Hying man call it at home, hah Ullo of dunnage thoro?' in tho strengthening of tho position bee pattern. double), lots for Sale and bollevo yon can ' yeir (worth t,..l3v. nr includlrc aSJtlinle carr. icnil fur no place In tho English lexicon. U U .ihirrdu, It was tho Cuptaln, sir, the sail- - 0f supremacy long hold by tho huro select one from our list to your IWondehful inducements "petrol," jUBt as, lieutenant, although gr answered. pcan nations In tho mattor of transto Agents. I'oUl brines premium catalogue liking, spoiled lieutenant, is pronounced and new cash prlie oilers. Address "'Humph!' said tho olllcor, 'let It portation, communication and bunkIn en Hcciuxa. ss i :u w, ntb sl. new vobh "leftcnant." Hero, the Amer- WE HAVE a comfortablo homo eniuin thoro, and tako twelve hours ing facilities. Several of tho young "wing" subal- in Iron's my man for calling tho Cap- ican trader is badly.handlcapped with Hartford, modern Improvement's I navansKZC tern were waiting for tho "Illcko-booB- " tain an Idiot." Washington Star. and a good gardon in cultiva300 ARTICLES-3- 00 ILLUSTRATIONS hopo of rellor In sight. little RU Bl to como over tho other night tion for salo or rent. Rlaco ,mxari KEEP Informed pt tho World's Procress b & when they fell Into a heated discusrents for $10 a month. No Old Maids lit Slam. and Woin ici. ?i?rldi sion as to whether you would rathJliiimsluu Ju thoun age When a Slmoso girl attains the loiaiss tlirouahout I bo worl.1. Our I oi"iri er Juivo a shall break right ahead of FOR FLETCHER'S fV.".'i"R;,ua'"" Call on or address eor""1"'' "' lo Mft'n of 35 without marrying she Is labelund lit "" luUrvsuntf bad it U you, right bononth you or right over Written So You Can Understand It ed and placod In a privileged class you. There woro thoso who conrlio Shop Notua Dnarlmti UO laM) tioutuIuJ under tho special euro of tho King, TINSLEY i Succeed tsi3t evtrytlikf; clss fallj. tended it was host to huvo it bronk lnjiaau to ilo tLiuw nrouiul nervous p'oMraiitiu and fimnte In who binds himself to find a husband Rocky ut Tlmt! Tight In front, for then tho oxpro-slo- u ?."'." MxhanlcuI (IT lw0 I, r llu. Ttn. biuI 1.L...... .LI waaluwfft9 tnev are tho sctreme li OutliK tax anil Xilci Professor What do you consider for her. His method Is delightfulwould spread the frngmenU and ..tfii.i. lunita. Huow Real Htato Ajscnis, us tboafcanJo hvo vasitftcv'. any onp of A prisoner tii iruotiom fur llu Uw.fawut.Oai ,,. aadSvoi ' ir ly simple. lQt you pawl aafely through the spot the deopest science? FOt? ICiDNflY, LIVER AMD E" XZAtt OINQLB V". , 0,,JM ,, nrr ,M.COlieB. MflQWlnB Kontuclcy. the SUmes Jells may slu Ills pa Student-- - Geology. boast crackwhore "tll ,h p.juj.w bampla ttpy will b knt tn nimiul Professor Why do ou think so? don and relca.se by nnrrylnr, oni of la tbs bitt i::4k&A vr soU ed." , POPULAR MKCHANICS MAQtitlNE Ofn'co. i RppuUlc m . ' In . u t it or- - pi'n a No AMsiliiican Xabatfui. spur a drugfjLt's totuMr, i. the n.aturr n h'ip 'l'l "' n " ' TJia Cf" C3 ir" an'mmimifr-Xjsnm- v autr.ntm UoA lttones, already married ur uut u i uu urwai breaking on tho level with you In .(rates the earth. WAR AIRMEN ARE HOTEL red-hnnd- POWMM D,C. Otto C. Martia at A f herc-hynotlfl- "Joy-stick- ," y 0.E.TAYL0R.C.E Beaver Dam, well-know- ' DR. 0. E. HART VETERINARY SURGEON m) TMAOL-MAIlrl- S v I '"" ma-Chi- ne theFmnjkti& m; .Getoii,,, OUR GERMINAL REMEDY T, -- Every Woman Wjmtaj JOR ONE MONTH . 1 e. pi-t- Popiil,ar Science Monthly . . KILLtkc COUGH the RT-- ew mseeysiif tsmsamaf .W44A, rFhFtS? XJsVtT Real Tt ff i r t 11.1 -- . I -- Estate! .. ..j?.. 1 ' '. i i ' . T ar "r".:5','.7 le a-- -- I Unit-an- -- m T ' POPULAlOffiCMNICS iViAGAZ3NB 0UPe-.Men Children Ory lEaiecrcrio t CASTORIA 1 ' . I BAINETT. 1 Hartford, It "r Who-bcrbe.- r .'.nv.'ir: PLAN TO WIPE OUT pcoplo by such a crusade, bcforo wo bogln it." ) PAST FURNISHES Gen. Goothals desires to frco hlmsolf from canal duties and' rest before taking up this new tnsk, AMKIUOAX NATION-Win- n MI'OHTHMtiN I'HUKH CAMPAIGN TO HAVK HONGIIIIID.S. WILL ENLIST GOVERNORS Clear Hkln Comes From Within. FEMININE GARBS It la foolish to think you can Rain a Rood clear complexion by tho uso of fa co powder. Oct at the root of tho trouble and thoroughly clcanso V nilAPKUIIvS, FLOWING tUn airetnm wIMi n Irnflttnnnl nt Tlr. SCANT """ "'""-KOIiltf AND ANI.MAIi HKINS King's Now Llfo Pills. Gontlo and GAIN' KAVOK. mild In action, do not grlpo, yet they relievo tho liver by their nctlon on tho lmwnls. Onnil for vomic. adults ' STYLES OLD and aged. Go after a clear complex- - PRESENT 1 Ion today. 2Cc at your druggist. o-- c Linton to Tho lllacksiuitli. Fashions Aro Going Hark To TIio Kaii Diego, CjiI., anil Other I'laccs Wo happened to hold convorso with .Days Of Cleopatra Apd Helen lluvw Already Succeeded In Driva horscshoor the other day. Ho Is n Of Troy. ing Out tlia Pests. veteran who can remember tho day whon he not' only had to forgo lila own shoes, but even tho nails that Berkley, Cal., Nov. 11. Woman Tho Lcaguo of American Sports-wo- tanked them on. Ho says that horses object la the preservation aro llko llttlo boys. Somo of thom adorned In tho Uowlng robe3 of clas- whoso nro lntcnsoly proud of u new pair of sic Greece. f wild llfo, Is considering tho quesshoes. Ho mentioned ono maro that , Feminine garb from the skins of tion of Inaugurating u natlon-wld- o tries to turn In at tho shop door ev- - animals. campaign for tho destruction of tho cry tlrao sho passes. Sho Is so fond Theso aro two of futuro dress pos-o- f fool of now shoes that sho fair- - cibillties In tho Uulted States, olllccni say sparrow. the Its English shop. Women aro unconsciously going this bird has made such headway ly prancos whon sho leaves tho Then ho told about tho old doctor's back to a time in antiquity when scan-ol- d liorc that It is driving out tho smallmaro that would come by herself ty costumes were tho extreme of pop-t- o er song nnd Insectivorous birds, and tho shop whenover sho was loose, ularlty. that It has becomo a question of "I always hud to pick up her shoes Tho gradual Increase In tho cut of whether wo shall havo only tho Eng- and look at them," Bald tho smith, low necks In evening gowns; absence represent our bird lish sparrow to "If I happoncd to bo busy sho would of slooves, bare shouldor3, discarded llfo or destroy It and regain some 50 hiyiK around for an hour and wait petticoats, shorter skirts and the ex-fbcnutlful birds apcclos of useful and necks In afternoon mo to cxamlno her feet. If any tromo that used to inhabit cities, furms and work was needed I did It nnd charg- -' and street costumes aro a few of tho countryside nil over tho land. ed It up to tho doctor. If her shoes features of today which indlcato tho Tho lcaguo Intends to ask the Oov-urn- were all right I would give them a trend of feminine fashion towards an of each state to Issue a procla- few taps with tho hnmmcr, and then era of greater bodily freedom and mation declaring war on tho English the old girl was satisfied." The comfort. - sparrow and setting aside n week, Women aro beginning to duplicate smith thinks that mnres aro prouder possibly In April or May of next than geldings of a new pair of shoes, the stylos of a time when milady was yoar, to bo devoted especially to des- Ho attributes this to natural feminine dellghtod with a sparo, but delicate troying nests of this pernicious pest. good sense, rather than vanity. Wc silken drnpery or with tho pleasing rfc!(d Instructions us to the plan don't vouch for tho truth of his nncc- - touch of a spotted leopard's skin hung of tho campaign will be sent to tho dotes, but wo will say It Is hard to artistically from tho shoulders, Mnyorn of nil Incorporated cities and find a moro Interesting man than this Such Is tho belief or E. W. Glfford, villages, to tho heads of tho school blacksmith or any blacksmith. He expert In dress evolution and mem-l- s systems In every county, to college always a good story teller ,aud wo bers of the anthropology department Presidents, to Principals of prepara- Imagine that the rhythmic ring of at'tho University of California. tory schools, to tho heads of tho Hoy hammer on Iron develops his Imagi This is his reason for It Scouts In each State, and to other nation. Farm Life. The fact that thero Is only a lim organizations which might bo oxpect-c- d ited number of styles In which gar- to extend sympathy and aid. THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, ments can bo cut, and still bo wear Four principal methods of action THE SATUItDAY EVENING POST ablo makes repetitions of fashions will be employed: Tearing down tho and THE COUNTItY GENTLEMAN necessary, if there aro to bo constant nests, trapping the birds, shooting wish to secure tho sparo tlrao of n ; changes In dress to meet the lnsatla- thorn under police supervision and nian or w6man to act as local'reprc-- . ble desire of women for something under licenses Issued by the police sentatlvo In Hartford and vicinity, different. and, In cities whero looklug ' authorities, Present StIes Old after tho renewals of tholri water pressuro Is available, turning many subscriptions In this section, Styles rocur at various Intervals tho hose on tho birds at night after and Introducing theso publications somo long, somo short. What was thoy havo gono to roost. to new readers. Payment will bo onco tho voguo is bound In due time The President of tho league, Col. made in salary and commission. Pre- - to return again, however distressing (I. O. Shields, of 1110 Simpson vIoub experience Is desirable butrnot'lt may bo to the feminine mind. The Street, Now York, says ho would osaontial. For details address, with styles of y aro not now and like to hear from persons Interested references, Dox 654, TUE CUHTIS neither will bo thoso of in the matter, both those who favor PUBLISHING COMPANY, Independ- - Thoy are merely repetitions with var- 17t2 iations, of what has gone beforo at tho plan and those opposed,. enco Snuare. Philadelphia. In --- -somo time In history. IU- - makes tho statement that novelties in For nil tho lliches of British Africa. tho cabo of tho hundreds of thousout of Africa women's dress springing up from time In tho parceling ands of bird boxes placed In this country In tho last 10 years, fully among tho nations of Europe, Groat to time to deplete father's pocket- 75 per cent havo been appropriated Britain not only secured tho largest j book, somewhat similar typc3 can be by English sparrows. In cases whero share, but also tho territories having found in tho clothing of antiquity, " bluebirds, wrens or othor birds that tho greatest commercial value. I have Experts who havo tho arc desired by those who put up tho already discussed tho South African! on feminlno dress can prove this by a, boxes havo taken possession of box-- Union nnd Egypt, and briefly outlln - display of statues of women, femtn sparrows havo driven them cd tho wonderful features of theso Ino garments and other relics found tho out. thrown their eggs or young to colonies. Let us consider tho remain- In tombs of thonnclonts. Many of theso are surprisingly llko clothing tho ground, nnd taken possession ing British possessions in Africa: themselves. British Enst Africa consists of a worn by women of recent and pros "I hnvo traveled nearly 4,000 milei largo part of tho mainland of Africa ent times. So it Is that present tendencies this Summer," says Col. Shields, proper, Ipcludlng tho East African havo visited moro than fifty towns in protectorate, tho Uganda protector- show which way tho wind Is blowing tho Middle West and in tho East, ate and tho Islands of Zanzibar and In tho field of fashion. Women aro rapidly diminishing havo walked moro than 100 miles, Pomba. It covers nn area of 37S,- and though I always look carefully S99 squaro miles, and has a popula- - tho qunntity of their costumes, na 0 verting back to styles in tho days of for birds, havo not seen n single tion of 7,245,000, of whom only : bluebird this Beason. Tho bluebird Mombasa, with Holen of Troy and Cleopatra. nro Europeans. is, perhaps, tho most modest nnd a population of 30,000, which In- most lnoffonslvo of all our native eludes 150 European ductals, Is tho1 How's This? Hongstors, nnd bo it has retired moro largest city. Nairobi Is tho capital, Ws oiler Ono Hundred Dollars onslaughts of with 14,000 Inhabitants, 800 being goncrnlly beforo tho Reward for any case of Catarrh tho British intruder than any othor white. that cannot bo cured by Hall's though all havo of our nattvo birds, lu this colony much rubber and Catarrh Cure. boon driven out to a greater or loss sisal Is grown, while tho cultivation F. J. CHENET & CO.. Tolodo. O. We, have F. A extent. of cotton aloug tho rivers la rapidly Cheneythe undersigned, years, knownbellevo and for the last. 15 recently sunt out 30 letters, In- Increasing. On tho lowlands cocoa-nut- s, htm perfectly honorable In all business "I and financially able to carry card?, post closing copra, cassava, caraway seed transactions out any obligations made by his firm. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE. asking my correspondents whether nnd rico flourish, while In tho high- -' Toledo, O. ITall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, thoy havo Been any bluebirds' and, lands Increased areas nro being do- -' acting directly upon the blood and muTho cards havo voted to wlieat and cocec. Blnck cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials If so, how many. all been returned, and only olx of wattle Is being extensively ralsod and sentallfree.'' 1'rlco 75 cents per bottle. Sold by Druggists. blue-iitri- i. Take Hall's Family rills for constipation. Thero tho peoplo havo seen a slnclo Is tho largest local Industry. report about la also much ostrich nnd sheep farmSome of thom usual number, but tho cxperloncoJ ing. Zanzibar is noted for Its cloves, GOKT1IAL8 PASSED INTO THE KKT1KED LIST u and observation of, tho others agrco II IlU yicius "i " oui'j'.j w with my 'own. . Thcso 2 1 persons tho world. Tho last consus showed Washington, Nov. 11. MaJ. Gen. say they havo not seen a single blue- 0,000,000 bearing trees, mostly own George W. Goothals, Governor of tho bird. ed by Arabs. It has auout 3,uu Panama Canal Zone, will pass Into . .. "There aro several Important prec- squaro miles or lorcsis, cmeay uuui nn edents for our proposed action mahogauy, copal and cablnot woods. own application dating from Novcm- San Diego, sparrows. against tho Thero aro practically no mlnoral ro- """ Cal started a war of extermination Bourcoa. Tho yearly exports aro ?15,- - u" '" show President Wilson has approved It hao 905,000; imports, 5J1.500.000. against thom a year ago. . wa uvaa wmiwu IKO UJFa.ilf th(W sv bcon vigorously conducted, on about W K. Aughinbaugh In Leslie's. forty years' service. --ootho same linos as wo propose, nnd as Tho order of retirement affects onu result moro of tho sparows Iri that ly Con. Goothals' military status au.l klllod and tho others city havo been I docs not .operate to relievo him from Tho California State drlvon out. duty us Governor of tho Canal Zono, cleaned Us campus of University hnB For Infants and Children but la preliminary to his rotlromont. them, and Morldon, Conn., has clearYears Ho probably will bo succeeded by out. Tho California In Use For Over ed most of thom Lieut. Col. Chester Harding, engineer Stato Oaino and Pish Commission has Always bears the Col. corps, now acting Governor. Stato-wld- o war ngalust Signature of inagurated a Harding was Bent to Panama to tho Intruders. himself with tho work tsov- -"If ono city tho size of San Dlogo Blind FlMi. oral yoara ago. Gon. Goethula hud Wcll Snouts can kill tho sparrows and drlvo thom Tularo, Cnl., Nov. 11. An artes-- , lntendod to retlro as soon aB the ca-lout, overy town and city In tho land ta " woll spouting fish Is tho boast of nal was iu full operation, but can do It, and wc bellcvo that at In thg district south of draw his resignation when tho elides cent of tho pcoplo In loast 09 Mr nro from threo interforod with Its oporatlon. this country will npprovo a war of htro. Tho fish, which against this condemn- to ton Inches In length and much j' Gon. Goothals has bcon selected extermination laleo trout except that by Presldout Wilson as chairman or ed nuisance, and that thoy will Join llko ordinary commission which will Uut wo must know they nro blind, mado their appear- - tho eight-hou- r heartily In It. slight rvii w tbo effect of the ACarosou whother wo nro golnn. to offend an-- j immediately following a ilrst . It has U.n understood thut law rthiukc any cousld. ruble uum'jor of eood n, or or , to-da"low-down' 10,-00. ; uiiu-imr- Her Hon Subject to Croup. "My son Edwin Is subject to croup," writes Mrs. E. O. Irwin, Now Kensington, Pa. "I put In many sleepless hours nt night beforo I learned of Chnmbcrlaln's Cough Itemed)--. Mothers need not fear this Alter Four Year? of Discouraging I had gotten so weak I could not i dlscaso If they keep a bottlo of ' and I gave up in despair. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in tho Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave At last, my husband got me a botfl tf Iiouco and uso It as directed. It always gavo my boy relief." ObtainUp in Despair. Husband Cardui, the woman's Ionic, and I coat able everywhere. in , menced taking It. From the very Cams to Rescue. n Her First Order. I could tell It was helping me, 1 Mrs. Youngbrldo (to butcher) can now walk two miles wilhotrf It I'va just thought of something for Catron, Ky.-- m en Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing ail .:y work." dinner my husband Is very fond of. You havo chickens? If you arc all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock Butcher Yes'm; nlco and fresh. Mrs. Youngbrldo Well, please cut writes as follows: "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up In despair. Try out tho croquettes, and I'll take them years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helpe with mo. Boston Transcript. this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, In its 5 A Ileal Drawing Itooint while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and shouMT "Site's a great favorito In drawing all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has rooms." sold Cardui for years. He knows vrhal "Why, I heard sho wns a popular in my left side. modol!" The doctor was called In, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will reco "Sho Is!" ment relieved me for a while, but 1 was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. finf-dose- t HUSMND RESCUED SPAIRING WIFE ' WILD BIRBS AND GAME Write to: Chttunoooi .Mellclna Co., LtilA soon confined to my bed again. After AJvliory.Dert.. QulUnooea. Tenn., for Sptziat' Jnttruetiomtn yourensf jndW-rabook, that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Tmtacnt fr Vsotn." nt In eliln rappr. Mtmt JH0 c (By W. G. Benton.) In my day on tho farm, when It rained so wo could not work, wo went fishing. In the fall and winter when it was too cold to work, wo wont hunting. Tho old single-barrele- d muzzle-loadin- g guns and tho young The vast Increase of noxious weeds ; J and Insect pests of the present time are due to the destruction of seed-feedi- .,..... i " r,i,on( f.r CASTOR 30 A && an with-rosldpn- and Insectivorous birds. Tho "partridge," meadow lark, woodpecker, flicker, blue bird, rob-Ithrush, oriole, all hnvo practically gone via tho shot gun and cat route. Tho result of which is seen in tho destructive work of "borers" thoso long fat worms that literally eat tho llfo out of apple, pear and other trees whero the object of tho hammering and woodpecker, and not tho sap as was commonly supposed. Instead of seeking to kill thp tree, the long d tongue of the billed and bulsy llttlo so called, wero searching for a meal of worms. It is a pity we did not know it. As I walked or drovo over tho country I was deeply impressed by tho almost entire absence of wild life. No wonder the Hessian fly Infests tho wheat fields unmolested; no wonder caterpillars fill tho branches of shado and orchard trees with their nests and devour tho foliage. Their enemies, tho wild birds are gono. Tho Audobon Societies all over the coun try are striving to foster pro- -' tectiou to the wild birds, and a bird conservation club should bo organized in every school in tho land. Teach thp boys the usefulness of birds and put up nesting homes for them nnd In heavy winter weather, put out grain or kitchen scraps for their food. It will pay in the long run. Learn to hunt wild birds with a camera rather than a gun. It will afford greater pleasuro to tho hunter and mako friends of the llttlo creatures. In many cities tho parks aro stocked with squirrels and It is surprising how tame thoy como to bo when they find there is no danger "rom the people. They come up to 2ko tho proffered nut from tho hand and last summer I was sitting in a ;iark In the center of tho business OQtlou of Memphis when a squirrel limbed into my lap and sat upon my kneo and proceeded to hull n )canut somo ono had given It. With ho disappearance of nut bearing roes In your country, soon this beautiful animal will becomo extinct, unless tho peoplo wake up to thp need of protecting them about their farms. If you havo a wood patch loft, stop shooting squirrels and wild irds and boo Jiow quick they will loarn tho fact. And to prevent too great an Increaso when you want a jqulrrol breakfast, do not tnko your gun and shoot tho mother' of a nursing brood of young, as 1 have often done, but catch a fow of tho youngor ones, liberating tho females, and use only tho surplus males. Suppose when you want cliickon for "compa ny" you took a shot gun and killed tho mothot' hen, or fired promiscuously into tho flock of chickens killing or maiming tho young pullots as Would you woll as tho cockerels. consider that a nlco thing to do? Squirrels' nmi rabbits can bo rais as profitably for ed in The grow o tablo, as aro poultry. ing of Bolglan Haro for food la now ii extensive and Increasing industry. A hutch can bo started with 0110 pair, ind thoy multiply at a rapid rato. rhey aro twlco as largo as tho cotton-al- l nud .can bo used when wanted, nd tho breeding stock kopt iu shape y coloctlou for tablo uso. And no ooro palataMo dish can bo served, Try it. vi ouo. I ss iAJt .aive sap-suckn, sap-suck- er barb-tippesap-suckto-dsoml-captlvi- ty I I WasarafflHW- , full of life nnd net on. IiWed with the fire of fine Inspiration and followed oy ;iu snort stories 01 adventure, will make - ; ; : eYOUTiTS COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone In the home. There is no age limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. IT yoa do not know THE COMPANION let us send you Three Current Usue FREE. Indole thU Coupon with your request. mmmam Those who ub(cribe now, tending $2 for tho 52 tauet of THE COMPANION for 1915, will receive The Companion 52 Times a Year not 12, More good reading than you will get in any of the monthly . magazines. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE 'XiuTnARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. Home Calendar FREE. OUR CLUBBING RATES. $1.&E The Eepublican and Louisville Herald . ...'.. 1.76 The Reptblican and St. Louis ; 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm. Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Horald.i The .ttEPUBLiOAN ana JJaiiy uwensooro inquirer....".... 3.50 O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and Now Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer 1.60 Globe-Democrat Twice-a-WeekOwonsb- Twice-a-Wee- k Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. NEW NOT THE SEWING USE UV-VER-L- AX MACHINE OF QUAUTY.j For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. Fcolrlcht nil tho time Don't by oft from work for days by taking calonll keeps yo? whon pleasant Llv- - Ver-La- x on your feet, whilo relieving your troub lo. Safer too, and easy to take. Don! take anything else. You can't afford It, Eliminates poisons, clcuiisca sya tern and rclievea constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, suru in its effect nnd certain in results. It x will won't bo long beforo Llv- completely displaco calomel In evert homo. Children can tako it freely an with perfect safety. Every bottlo juar anteed. 50c nnd ?l in bottles. Non ncnuino without tho likeness and turo of L, K. Grteaby. For Baloby Hartford. Ky. J. II. WILLIAMS, Ver-La- UNDER ANY SOLD OTHER NAME. HOME all time. Quality Considered it is the Cheapest T.'u A n- Ifyou purchaso tho NEW HOMB yon will havo a llfo asset at Uia price you puy, unci will not have an endless chain of repair. IT warranted for r in the end to buy. our latest Tla Ifyou wunt a owlug machine, wrlto for cutuloguu bci'oro you purcnawo. Ser-nuc SB r Kbw Ilorna Uiclnns Co.. OiaUQB. Uxs. VT" k a eood maH r 1 LATEST WAR NEWS Which Do You Prefer? It is important for reasons of health and practical economy for every housekeeper to ask herself this question : "Do I prefer a pure baking powder like Royal, made of cream of tartar derived from grapes, or am I willing to use a baking powder made of alum or phosphate, both . derived from mineral sources?" The names of the ingredients printed the label show whether the kind you ,o are now using or any brandy new or old, ' that may be offered is a genuine cream :,of tartar powder, or merely a phosphate or alum compound. Royal Baking Powder contains no alum nor phosphate. . Monday. Itam&nin. Tho Russians and nro vigorously on tho offon-slv- o against tho Teutons and aro steadily pushing back Field Marshal forces. On tho von Mackcnsen's Transylvania front the Russians have tho Rumanians nnd arc lighting side by side on a llfty-mll- c ns front. Franco. The village of Snllllsnl now ontlrely held by tho French. Par- Is reports that heavy losses wore In flicted on tlu; Germans and that bod- lea covered the captured ground. 1 ! ' i J ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York under ., . the copyright act" also come under Merely Incidental. For Sale. provisions of this bill. Just to An aged negro was crossing tender A ICO acre farm 4 miles cast of the Hartford, on thq border of the oil mention: bottles, borders, jewelry, at a spot where an express train plumbing fixtures and made quick work of a buggy and its Jlelds. Good dwelling, barn and othYoung To prove that the design is "new and occupants. Naturally ho was tho er necessary outbuildings. bo fun chief witness, and the entire caso orchard, strawberry bed and other original." Ah! that would carry for the lawyers, and that 13 what laws hinged upon tho energy with which pleasing features. If bonds Meho had displayed his warning sigy seat pike will be near. arc for. Art Youijg In the July tropolitan. nal. See, or write Tinsley & Darnett, . A gruelling left .Hartford, ICy., for PROIIIIHTION MOCKERS ARK Rastus unshaken In this Btory: Tho ST1LLEUUY liMVORD SERMON night was dark, and he had waved T? his lantern frantically, but the drivORIGIN Qp RATION' Ali Kansas City, Nov. 11. Mockery er of tho carriage paid no attention ' iUAIt APPLICATION' was turned to silence, jeers to silent to it.f thought, during a prohibition street Later tho division superintendent celebrations Apropos tho Lafayette meeting when a youug man staggered called tho flagman to his oilico to m the Uultfd States, attention Is be- thru tho crowd and delivered a compliment him on the steadfastness ing called to the fact that It was to twelve-wo- rd sermon. with which ho stuck to his story. honor him specially on his visit to "I'm druuk," ho said. "It cost Itastus," "You did wonderfully, 1824 that four in the United mo a $50 a week job ho eald "I was afraid at first you , co ipanlosonhe mllltla'of New York As he turned to leavo, ono of tho your testimony," State withdrew formally and took speakers stopped him. and nsked his might waver in "Noc3lr, nosslr," Rastus exclaimed, tl name of tho "National Guard." name. Tho card ho presented boro "but I dono fored cv'ry minute that The citizen army of France which Lathe uanio of n Mi; Imalnoan houso. 'ere durn lawyer was gwluo tor ask If fayette had copimanded had the name "It was his third and last chanco," mah lantern was lit." guardian of tho or icing a national said tho manager when interviewed. Ideals for which tho Gallic Stato The AVoi'Id Over. youth of Now "IIo hud his cliolco und he choso rt od. To tho militant The United Statosr has 380 piano drink." York It ficoracd quite seemly that a factories "I Uloual Guard" should exist In the Oho hundred nnd fifty vessels passIt Steijs There. stum republic. What better tlmo In Ono day a hooper was sent out ed through tho Panama Canal It tlmn when tho to rnako a etnnd for walking with a number of harmless July. lant Frenchman was present to reLast December Germany had more mind Ml citlC3 that It was a tltlo Inmates of an lu 3.1110 asylum, aud tho party met a podestrlau not far from than 10,000,000 cows nnd moro than which was renowned 3 well as stricttho railway trackn. With n nod to- 20,000,000 beef cattle of all kinds. ly accurate In Us terminology? Tho gems, ornaments aud precious ward tho tracks tho traveler nsked ; stones belonging to tho Shah of Perone of tho lunatics: Kwj Vegetables In Winter. sia aro estimated to bo worth about storage placo "Where does this railway go to? In cat.0 a Tho lunatic surveyed him scorn- $35,000,000. is mil avallablo, tho trench raotbod 0 Tho Government maintains r bo very satisfactory for storing fully for a moment and then replimiles of road in Spain and has turnips, cabbage, carrots, parsnips, ed: "Nowhcro. Wo keep it hero to moro than 3,000 miles under conbeets, bulHiry, colcry, etc. In selecting n pluco for tho trench the only re- run trains on. Philadelphia Public struction at tho present tlmo. Speeds up to ilfty miles an hour Ledger. quirements nro that It bo dug ovor tho Sahara desert sands havo near Ibo building naturally. been made by a French automobile Tho Wutvr Cure. A good trench should be at least four A Swedish fanner who lived on his that Is driven by an aerial propell-o- r. or five feet deep. Clean straw should bo put at tho bottom to a dopth of wheat farm In Minnesota was taken Ono of tho nower devices to aid al out ono foot. Tho trench Is then III unci bis wlfp telephoned tho doctho deaf to hear la entirely Inclosed to lie divided into Eectlona so tor. reTdy in a small cyllndor, which la held "If you bavo u thermometer," thrt thero will bo n placo for every tho physician, "tako his tem- by a hai'dl liko that of lorcnetto. vegetable- to bo stored variety of Exports havo estimated that Ecua-dp- r, awuy. In filling tho tronch tho oarth perature I will bo out and sco him ,by tho application of scientific bo firmly packed und well nroseully." should An hour or so later when tho doc- mothodo, could lucreaso its present heaped up around tho top. Dy two boards nailed together tor drove up, tho woman met htm at agricultural yield by 150 per cent. An Inventor baa combined a phonlengthwise, form u sloping roof which tho door. ograph and an electrlo tablo lamp, "How la bo?" asked tho doctor. off much snow nnd water, will turn "Veil," said 8ho, "I bano put tho tlio sound waves being directed which la vory Important. cauliflower, will baromotcr ou htm llko you tell me, against the Bhado for distribution. Rlao CabbaKO, An Inventor has brought out an keep for u long tlmo In good condi- nnd It say 'vory dry,' bo I glvo him a und stored with tho pitcher of water to drink, and now automobllo Jack made In threo section if gathered . , tho upper telescoping Into tho bead and roots Intact. The outaldo bo buuo gone back to work." r bric-a-bra- c. leaves that are grcon should be removed. Each head is then put down In clean, dry straw and placed PROHIBITIVE SUM a few Inches from tho next bead. So they do not touch Is all that Is necessary. Vc usually let parsnips and salVUllTIUUi RISK IX liKATIIKK MAY sify remain In the ground all winter, PUT COMMON' FOOTWKAH AT but they are covered with straw dur$30.00 A PA IK. ing tho winter. After tho spring thaw theso arc removed from the ground and Btorcd away for use. A Chicago, Nov. 14. Tho prlco of trench is a very good way to save hWcs hopped upward again many vegetables that will bo relish further intensifying conditions in tho ed during tho early spring months American leather industry and lend- Farm Life. ing support, to a prediction that within a fewr months Americans may be Patenting Coat-Tnll- s. paying $15 and $20 for shoes of orSometimes a Congressman introdinary quality. duces a bill "by request," which n "Country extremes," a means that he does it as a favor, but o Rradi of liidns, were priced at without enthusiasm. an conts a pound Representative Morrison, of Incents over the previous diana, Introduced a bill "by request" marking. September 1 these hides Illustrates how laws arc being cents that were being sold at twenty-tw- o urged that will apply to every nook An ollicial of the National :i pound. and crook of commercial activity. Association of Tanners, which will It is House Bill No. 645S, to enable fregin Its eighth annual convention clothing manufacturers to patent here next Thursday, said style3. If stylo dealer produces a "Tho American fchoo manufactur- coat-ta- ll that catches tho popular fan ers are partly to blame for overstay- cy Is there any reason why he should begin ing the market. They did not not have exclusive rights to that coat-talbuying until late In the summer and by that tlmo enormous quantities of If you want to know what a nation leather had been contracted for by of g neurasthenic foreign buyers. noodles wo are becoming, read this The Uussian supply of light skins latest effort to extract royalties from und hides is entirely cut off. Eng- buttonholes, pleats, gussets, gores land places embargoes on hides and and draplngs. convenskins whenever it suits her A lot of other things "not now ience." reglsterablo nor patentable SHOES WILL COST Tuesday. Onco ngaln tho German Franco. lino in Franco has been hard hit. Starting at offensive- running from the eastern bank of tho Ancre River ' northward over a front of about five miles from St. Plorro Division to tho north of Sorro The British huvo cap- tured the towns of IScauinont-Hntnand St. Plerro Division and first nnd second lino trenches at various points. Between G.OQO nnd 1,000 men were mmlo. prisoners in tho nttack. The Germans apparently offered slight resistance to their adversaries, although their positions wero extremely heavily fortified. A maximum gain to a o 'depth of one mile over the front was made by tho British. Hard fighting continues to the north of Sorre. ' t el llvo-iuil- second and tho latter Into tht lower ono. William S. Hunt, of Lynn, for forty-nine consccutlvo years hoa made trips over the Whlto mountains. Iu this tlmo ho has climbed tho mountains 139 time. This year he went up Ml. Washington. With only bedding and small camp equipment, Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Gray, recently married In Walla Walla, Wash., nro walking from there to their homestead in Utah, a distance of 800 miles. A youug Italian dashed into tho City Hatl of Buffalo, N. Y., ono day recently nnd demanded to bo naturalized Immediately. When ho was told ho would havo to Walt two years and three months beforo ho could become a citizen, ho was much down-jns- t; ho an Id his girl would not marry him unless he was an American citizen. Gon. W. A. Hardy, of Oklahoma City, Okln., ngo 102, nnd for seven years a 'Mason, attended the meeting of Scottish Rlto Masons In In Wichita, Kans. ile was born Quebec In 1S14, nnd his father was Blackfoot Indian. Ho a has lived In Oklahoma sixty years and is the prophet of tho Knw Indians In Kay county. l3gKII9 ty-nl- ne full-blood- Not A "Tack Not A Nail 1 Billiken Shoes Arc made without a tack or nail; of tho softest, toughest leather known, on broad, ccrisi-bl- e, improved foot-form e I l ' A l ill real ilic most perfect child's alloc Ja.ti ever nude The one slioc a child out-gro- romp and their heart' without anto you, injury to the home or discomfort to children play to content noyance tlicm-tclv- Shoes nnd let Buy "Billiken " tho y, WedneMiny. The British have captured Beaucourt ou the So mine front us a result of tho continuation of their powerful drivo begun Monday. The prisoners taken by the British number nioro than 5,000 up to the present, according to tho ollicial bulletin. France. Thursday. made gains Homme. Germans both north und south of the Somme. Tho French ollicial communication says the gains were limited nnd costly. Berlin sajs that except at Beau-cou- rt all British attacks broke down with heavy losses. According to London, 5,678 Germans have been made prisoners on the Ancre front since Monday. well-know- Had to Show Him. "Wo'vo had a dreadful tlmo with father slnco we settled Into our now houso," sighed the young lady with social ambitious. "Why, I thought he was always so kind and generous," exclaimed her friend iu surprise. But he can bo "So he Is usually. awfully stubborn. For a long time he absolutely refused to say 'drawing-room' instead of 'parlor, and snld wo'd have to show him a good reason for altering his way of speaking." did you mako him "And how change his mind?" "Well, we managed at last to prove wo were right by reminding him that-I- t was the only room In the house In which the chimney would draw!" A Man With n Long Name. The growine feet of children .ire easily irritated by (tifTfotct or narrow hocj. "UlHIkcn " Shoes arc made by special-i- ti in the largest shoe factory in the world, devoted exclu-live10 the manufacture of Childrcn'o High Grade Shoci. The soles on "Billiken" Shoes .ire Pure Oak Fleiible leather the softest nnd most pliable leather known, being especially prcpa-c- d to withstand hard mvUe. The abtence of nails, tacks, etc., prevents the children scarring thc.doors nnd furniture. The soft soles render the shoes noucleii. Flexible soles make them as comfortable as a moccasin. The durable leather makes them as lasting as a man's heavy shoes. And they arc extremely stylUh. ly Let U Show You "Bllllkens,,. CARSON & CO. Incorporated X thlr-jy-tw- to-da- y, of-tw- y: l? Triuiiylrnnbi. Austro - Germans tire gaining ground from tho RumanBo.itdc, ou the ians and Russians. Danube, has been occupied. HARTFORD PRESSING CLUB. Clothes cleaned nnd pressed. Repairing. Satisfaction guaranteed. Work called for and delivered. Sho;i over Ohio County Bottling Worns. ED. NALL. Prop. 42tf contributor bus copied this name from a tombstone In n Virginia church yard. It must be pretty nearly the longest on record: Dr. George Kemper Young John T. Shields Genius Oray Mathow Wilson Phtlson Henderson Jefferson Davis Ambrose Helf-ne- r. Confederate Stntes Born February 12. 18C2.-DIc- d March 28, 1906. A Let all the Children come to Carson 4 CO, and get a Free Ticket for the Billiken Show, given at the Star Theatre Friday, Nov. 17, 1916, beginning at 6 p. m. promptly. No Combination of Reading Like It and All For $2-1- 0 it money-strugglin- New Paper Incorporated. Carlisle, Ky., Nov. 14. Tho Cur-lisMercury Company has been Incorporated here with Warren It. Fisher, S. K. Veacb, Samuel T. Howe, Edward O. Dorsey nnd J. William Howard ns the Incorporators. The capital stock It ?J,000, divided Into 400 shares at $10 per shure. The new company will publish tho Carlisle Mercury, which will be a consolidation or tho Nicholas Advocate and tho Carlisle Mercury, the two newspapers of Carlisle. The first issue under the consolidation will probably appear next week. -- le invji'jy JT I i w;iiw nil Iwueaof COMPANION The Youth's Companion S2 ISSUES THEWUTrre fTIteBestlwoi and Thr favorite family weekly of Anvricm. 13 Great ScrteW or Groups In WW, and 20 Short StotlM. a thouvind Articles nnd SuiiKcittonx, a thousand funny. I.T33. Special IVftKi for alt aces. 12 Issues of IM WSE"Iil5" Press Pattern MtRm. P vSTSHnrf .ST Vl5 $&, M'CALCSIIAGAZINB JML McCalTs Magazine 12 ISJCU AM) A DRESS JATTtRN Tlio Fashion AUTHORITY followed lir millions ot American women. You will cct the U rwnttity isauM o( McCall'B. making rot merely a tnrtmcnl" but a laiiuan magazine c cry month of 1917. tnter-coust- further-particulars- ' ." V frost-pro- of 27,-34- somo-vho- re - ua-ln- "? for a gasoline Maryland Inventor cartridge- for breaking up farm soil ,fiiterSJ!5e-$?.lIn tho snmo way thut dynamite is Snl I'tttcrnfer ... used. . OrStr) t Br4 17.1t (CTffi or r 0 t& pmHii ira cf llu 4 in vUefc The Poetry of Woman. t&li OZr r in sl Man Is like disconnected and unCOMPANION for 52 the 1THE YOUTH'S new Youth's Companion weeks, and only.)1317 Home Calendar. Oliet is to subscriber! couth proso, without harmony or MAGAZINE every month for cie yeirj a'-- o choice of any why poets havo albeauty. That is 2McCALL'.1 I'attcru h'lUiF. fur ccnu extra to cover mailing. ways compared women with song, poTHE YOUTH'S COMPANION. St. P.ul St., POSTOM. MAfSAd IUSEXTS etry, flower and river, but have never thought of comparing man with any of these. Woman, llko most beautiful Ultngs Jn nature, is conuectcd, Assistant Comlsloncr for Higher EdAG KK KM KNT 1) KI j A YKD The uDd well restrained. ucation ot tho Stato Department at Craftsman. Chairman of Mexican Uclcsntlon Op- - Albanuy. "It has been found," Mr. Downjioscm I'lun. ing' says, "that many, men in the Curse of Idleness. Idleness Is tho badge of gentry, and English army havo had to return Atlantic City, N. J.. Nov. 14. the bano of body and mind, the nurso VlKorous opposition todny by Lula from tho front on account of their of naughtiness, tho stopmother of dis- Cabrera, chairman of tho 'Mexican tenth. Thoy nro not able to masticipline; the chief author of all misprovontcd a formal cate proporly tho army rations, 'wcra chief, one of tho seven deadly1 sins, representation, it,ot properly nourished, Mexican-America- n and could tho cushion upon which tho devil agreement by not stand tho strain of llfo In the commission on tho prlnclplo and reposes. chiefly Thoy woto returned to points of tho plan for tho trcAicues. withdrawal of the American troopa England, sent to dentists, aud then Way to Clean Lamp Glasses. The Hero Is an excellent way to clean from Mexico and of the other ques- returned to their regiments." Storlos wero told ut tho recent lamp glasses: Hold them over a jug tions that have arlscu between the congress of school hyglcno ot tho of boiling water until tboy nro well countries. etcaincd; then polish with a soft dry It becamo known today that yester- changes wrought In school by denrag. This Is a much easier way than day, while Mr. Cabrera was In Phil- tal troatmont. Stupid children beglasteu very washing them, und the adelphia conforrlus with Itafnel Nol-t- camo bright; ugly children becamo rarely break. subuocretary of tho Department pretty and dlsugroonblo ones good Now York Sun. of Flnanco, Carranza'a othor two rep- tampered. Soldier Harcnsm. . For boveral weeks a wounded sol- resentatives anil tho American comIIo Often Gels tituck. had bad no solid food nothing missioners entered Into an agreement dier Among tho clerks lu tho oilico of but milk. At length tho doctor told which the Mexicans believed would When ouo or the Cabinet inombors at Washhim that tho noxt day ho could havo bo ratlflod by Mr. Cabrera. y Cabrera appeared beforo tho commis- ington Is a vory dull young man who n light meal und tho soldier, grcut-lhowever, he objected to seems novor to bo nblo to do anyroJc"'"i; conjured up visions of sion potatoes, certain terms in tho proposed agree- thing without making mistakes. beofsteak, undergoing "Why do you keop that follow?" cheese, etc What ho was given for ment, aud for an hour addressed tho protesting against nsked a colloaguo ono dayt "Ho however, was about a commissioners, bis first meal, tablospoonful of tapioca. Ho swal- tho plan as agreed to by tho other sootus a perfoct fool." "Well," f,ald tho other, "tho fact two Mexicans'. This unexpected oplowed It, growling and grumbling. "Thnt'o ull tho dinner you can position by Mr. Cabrera la believed is. lm is ono of tho most usoful clerks have," the nurso snld, "and tho doc- to huvo brought tho commissioners I havo. Bofore I lasuo an order I ..,., have htm roud It. If he can tor orders that everything elso muit onco mora to a position whero a solution of tho International problems tejl what it moans I am suro that name proportion." b in the Tho patient pushed away tho plato. cnunot bo reached for several days thero can bo no chnuco that any ouo will tolBS understand It." Philadel"Well. I'll do somo reading now," at least. phia Public Lodgor. ho said. "Bring wo a postage stamp." Bad Teeth Hamper Soldiers. -- s. Pennsylvania baa $1,000,000 In its of tho teeth A propor condition .. In Italy tho rofuuo gathered in tho is a nocessary preparation for war, Stato sinking fund. Stato rovenue ucordlug to Augustus S, Downing, aro $33,000,000 yearly. otrouts lb sold at auction. 0 Patents bnvo been granted to t a "d. r - ' Kr rr to o, I to-dn- y, Tit-Dlt- a imu fc