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UvpxiblitavL Subscription $1 per Year No. 21 IT OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FHIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1916. The tlio Poor, mado nubile nnsoclatlon estimates Hint the average unskilled wage-earnordinarily ponds 45 par cent of Ills Incomo for food. The association has made n study of thu Increases In tlio coat of food to the poor of tills city slnco November,. 1910. Tlio result shpws an average Increase tt 30 per cent, ranging from 20 per cent for bread to 114 per cent for potatoes. Qltirn fM !l tlio niifinrtn (Inn linn linrtn OUT. BEING WATCHED UNITED STATES GOVERNME.V REGARDS DEVELOPMENTS WITH CONCERN. , S ; MULTIPLICATION 13 VEXATION DIVISION IS AS BAD UNCERTAINTY ' ELECTION DWS ME MAD! PEmtmm:- - y . - PEOPLE DON'T REALIZE of tlio Increased cost of living, It has hereafter decided to nllow each man OfHrinls TliUik Mass of Americans Do 34 cents a day. Woman will bo glv-e- n eight-tenth- s Not Understand Full Banner Afas much, and tlio al ter The War Kmlt,. lowance- for children will bo based upon their ages. Washington. Nov. 21. Tlio commercial war European Ductlvo rur tho war, viewed with Increas- , ing seriousness here. Is being watch-d carefully by American consular ollicers ubroad and reports nre being received regulurly at tho department . rom many different sources. It bcy all available that mo known able facts nro being sent on to Washington, both ns to tho progress already made In planning this economic struggle and ns to expected future developments. Officials here think tho American o people do not fully realize the possi-blstrlfo effects of such on their hugu foreign trade, which has passed the $8,000,000,000 mark annually. Uncertuln ns the futuro Is and varying as aro nil tho reports, no doubt Is felt here that tho country faces n grnvo economic danger unless it does all possible, first to forestall such a struggle, nnd second to prepare against it In case present indications aro borne out. To Seek Legislation along this lino will bo nought in Congress. Tlio Webb bill, nllowlng American firms lo unite for fonlgn trade without iolatlon of the antitrust laws, is to bo urged again in the President's next address. Tlio Shipping Hoard, provided at iho last Congress, Is expected to bo named shortly und to' submit a programme designated to freo America's seafor-Ig- n borne trade from dependence on A maximum and mlnt-inut- u bottoms, tariff to automatically favor friends and punish thoso discriminating against American goods Is another proposed means of defense which will bo submitted for' consideration by tho new tariff commissions. Tho Stnte Department is deeply Interested In tho threatened trade complexities and It Is largely for this reason that as ninny consular of- tlcers as happen to bo in this country f:U tho time will be sent to tho fourth fliinunl meeting of tlio National Foreign Trade Council at Pittsburg January 25, 20 and 27. Among thoso who are expected to attend arc Con sul General at Largo It. J. Totten, kttho has Just returned from two years' European Investigation; Con cul Generni J ir Snmlrr.'iHs. from Moscow; Consul F. W. Smith, from Till is; Consul J. A. Smith, from Cal cutta, nnd Consul A. L. M Gotts- chalk, from Hio Janeiro. lliMMit ts Vnrv. vary T?..nnrR to tho denartuient widoly In their Interpretation of tho to-dapost-bellum -- STl2rt,bSr?'S I a tour of Canada, said ho had received assurances of tho support of tho plan from both tho Canadian and tho British Governments. BY COLD SPEL'L "At tho closo of tho war," he said, "men will return from trenches expecting with reason, that their old positions, now filled by women, will bo open to them. But women, espe- WEATHER BUREAU ISSUES SPECIAL BULLETIN ANNOUNCcially widows with children, will not ING LOSS TO FARMERS. willingly give them up." Mr. Lamb said that the demand for the privilege of such emigration Is such ns to enablo the army to select SOUTHERN FRUIT SAVED only those suited physically and mentally to bo good colonists. He added that no woman will bo placed aboard ship until arrangements had Truck Suffers Except in Few Sections Spreads From Alaska to beeii mado for her employment. Southern Florida. WORK BELGIANS IN GERMAN FACTORIES MUST SIO.V LABOR CONTRACT, PAV RANSOM OK KK DEPORTED. London. Nov. 21. Tho Common Council of Antwerp has refused to to deliver lists of tho unemployed tho Germans, according to a neuter's quoting the dispatch Amsterdam Teregraaf. As a consequence, the dispatch says, tho Germans now are calling men of nil classes to the police stations for examination as to the Montlty of their pnpers. These men aro said to be given the choice of a German labor contract of threo or six months or lmmcdlnto deportation to Germany. The Telograaf adds that an olllclal letter has been sent to alt burtomastcrs demanding lists of unemployed, under penalty of deporting :lt Izmir of till classes to Germany. Belgians Pay Kansoins. Amsterdam, Nov. 20 (via London, Nov. 21). According to tho frontier a correspondent of the Telegranf, number of Belgians who had been doported to Germany have returned to Belgium, having paid a ransom n the Germans. It appears, declares tho correspondent, that tho Germans first offered a ransom for 1,000 marks and nono offering to pay this amount, reduced it to 500 marks, which many also refused to pay. a CIRCUIT CLERK MARRIES A. fteubn narding in Brooklyn Daily Eaglo. HUGHES ADMITS HE IS DEFEATED SEXDS COXGKATUIiATIONS TO PRESIDENT WILSON WHEN RESULT IS CERTAIN. '' ADiSON LAW IS HELD NOT VALID DECLARED MEASURE UNCONSTITUTIONAL II V 7CAN- SAS C1TV JUDGE IN TEST. RECOUNT IS NOT Olllclal Count tIKELY GOES TO HIGHER COURT In California President's Electors From J, 1200 to U,8l0 .Majority. GUes Will Rush Case to Supremo Court In Hopes of GctttiiK Decision lie- foro January 1, C Porter anil Miss Jessie Lee Robertson Victims of Cupid. probabilities abroad. It Is apparent that personal hatred among tho masses will result in practically boy frnlll COUlltrlOH Doubt Is oxpressod, in in wimtlior nn nctual war, as proposed by tho London trade Chamber of Commerco witti iiinoreni tariffs for colonies, nines," friendly neutrals, will bo decreed by official i,n.,.. act. ..llt. .lonliiut now hastllo. is polntc.il out that tho provisions of tho Puris Economic Conference of last Juno, which bought to bind tho Allies to commercial unity as ngalnst tho rest of tho world, already to a largo degroo huvo been carried out. Tho blacklist thoro adoptod was shortly mado public. Mutual concessions and freedom from certain tariffs also followed. Ilaw ma terials havo been pluced very largely m..t..io tinder, allied domination. .iini.,.i,,,i inc. nnmttiox. in,, of nart of tho nollcv nrosagos tho completion of much moro of It. Neverthelcss.-lt .- Even tho closest friends of Mr. A. Porter, Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio county, were surprised Wednesday evening when word was received hero that ho had resigned his seat in tho house of bacholors for the more tempting position of hubby. Tlio power bohlnd tho throne that liroiicht about this sudden chango wnH Miss Jesslo Leo Itobortson, tho attractive dnughter-o- f Mr. Antnony Robertson, of Owensboro. Mr.-J'otor told his friends tho first of the week that ho was going to his old home nt Ilofiln for a- few days of bird hunting. Instead ho went to Owcnsboro from whence- he was ac to Loulavillo by Miss companlcd Robertson ami her sister, Mrs. J Haxter. of GrKIln, Ga. Tho marrlago was solemnized In tho parlors of tho Seelbach Hotel, Tuesday morning nt 10 o'clock, tho ceremony being performed by tho Rev. W. S. Sanders, pastor of tho Oakland Baptist church, of Louls-vlllOnly tho bride's slstor and witnesses woro present, ono of whom was Prof. II. II. Chorry, of Howling Grcon, n friend of tho groom. Tho couplo returned to Hartford immediately after tho coremony and recoived many congratulations from their friends. They will reside on Union street. C. ro. -- - Nocl Ilet Settled. Mr. H. I C. ft Chappcll, odltor und uwi ilO PER CENT INCREASE Now York, Nov. 20. earns $12 a wook IN NEW YOKK PRICES ThoMnborer. and who last Soar spent $5.40 of It for food for and family, must now" pay S7.02 for tho samo amount of good, according to a roport of 'tho Associa- or tlou for Improving the Condition J lrnntlemail with writer Is acaualnted, has recently sat Islled n novel election wager. Broth or fllmnnell's faith was pinned to Hughes and of course lost. By tho tonus of tho bet Chappoll was re. quired to nttlro his Imposing person In tho uniform of a Salvution Army Worker and for threo hours beg pen-f- o nles, In a promlnont placo In tho city of MIddlesboro. Tho old tambour-himse- lf Ino, tho receptacle In which tho'nlma 'woro collected ylcjded $20.87, which wos turned over to, tho Salvation Army. illoalinrn., . lisher of tho Threo Statos. of pubMid- wllOlll tllO Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 22. The Lakewood, N. J.', Nov. 22. Charles law 'was held E. Hughes, Republican candidate for AdaniBon eight-hoby Judge President In tho recent election, to- unconstitutional here night sent to President Wilson a tel- Wm. C. Hook, in tho United States egram congratulating him upon his District Court. Tho court mado it In his telegram Mr. plain that the decision was not based ' on mature consideration of- the merHughes said: "Because of tho closeness of the its of tho case, but on expediency de vote I havo awaited the olllclal count sired by all parties at "Interest bein California and now that it has cause of the necessity of a final decisbeen virtually completed permit me ion by tho Supremo Court of tho to extend to you my congratulations United States before January next, upon your I desire also when tho' law goes Into effect. Tho legal moves In tho process of for a sucto express my sending the. caso direct to tho highcessful administration." est court of tho land wero somewhat Wlllcov Statement. of tho lay points Willcox, chairman of Involved from William R. view, but tho lawyers concerned the Republican National Committee, rushed tho matter through with a issued tho following statespeed seldom witnessed in courts of ment in referenco to Mr. Hughes' tellaw. Just what action Attorney Genegram to President Wilson: a "Having Conferred by telephone eral Gregory would take remained guarded secret until yesterday and Into. this after- closely during tho day when Frank Hagerman. retainnoon with the Republican State to represent the Republican National ed as special counsol und tho Federal Govornment In the suit, sudCommitteeman In California, I am denly set tho ball rolling by asking informed that tho official canvass of Judge Hook to instruct tho recolver tho vote ha3 been so nearly completfor the Missouri, Oklahoma & Gulf ed that uo chango will result from the railroad, complainant In an Injuncfew precincts not counted in tho retion suit, to join with tho defendant turns thus far complied. which would conproceedings "This means that tho majority for in sign the caso on Its merits to tho tho Wltson electors in California ranges from about 1,200 to 3.S00 Supremo Court 8 Hours, Low or No Lmr. votes and that this Is the final result Baltimore. Mil., Nov. 22. President of tho canvass for which wo have Samuel Gompers, of tho Ainer-icu- n been waiting. So far ns any recount Federation of Labor, was askis concerned, tho National Committee is not advised that thcro aro suf- ed what possible bearing the decision y of Fodcrnl Judgo Hook, ficient grounds to call for such an unconstitutional tho Adumsou application." eight-hou- r law, might havo on the stand of tho federation. JW.O0O GERMAN WO.MEX "Wo nro looking to tho railroad FILL TRAINMEN'S PLACES Brotherhoods to seo that tho eight-hoday goes Into effect January 1, Washington, Nov. 21. Tho oxtont law or no law," ho said emphaticalto which women aro being employed as railway operatives In Germany ly. and Franco to release men for tho armies Is Indicated in figures reach- PLAN WAR WIDOWS TO WIFE CANADA FARMERS ing hero through ofllclal Bources. In Germany about 35,000 women aro Chicago, Nov. 21. -- Thousands of employed, it is declared, and in Franco about 32,000, exclusive of British war widows and children aro those- on tho smaller Hues nnd In tho to bo transported to Canada, with tho part of Franco in which tho armjea expectation that many of tho farm-or- s, according to plans outlined yesnro locked. Women represent, fjom 10 to 10 per cont of tho total num- terday by David Lamb, of London, ber of persons employed on French CommUslonor of the International railroads boforo tho war. In "aor-man- y Emigration Society of tho Salvation they represent between C aud Army. Commissioner Lamb, who bus mado 7 per cent. ur to-cfbest-wishe- s Com-mlttod -to-daur ' Washington, Nov. 21. Widespread and severe damage to crops In tho FOR MINE WORKERS West and South was done by the cold wave of November tho Weather Bureau any In a special bulletin. RECOMMENDATION CONTAINED nounced n Practically no harm to IN COMMITTEES REPORT grain was reported and tho damage SUGGEST TAX. to cotton was slight, but in California tomatoes were a total loss and truck suffered except in a few sec- -' Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 20. A tions. recommendation that old ago penTho cold spread southward from sions bo paid to members of tho Alaska on November 10, drlvlng'tcm-peraturUnited Mine Workers of America afin the Rocky Mountain ter they aro G5 years old and to dis- States down to new low marks, and abled miners under that age will bo during tho week following causing; mado by the special committee ap- freezing weather nnd frosts all the pointed by John P. White, president way south and east to Southern Flororganization, to investigate of Jho ida. tho matter. Tho committee now is "While a largo part of the sweet-pota- to framing Us report. It has been makyield had been harvested in ing its investigation for the last four Mississippi," says the bulletin, "there months. Tho report will be submit- was much injury to tho unharvested, ted to tho next biennial convention and vines wero reported killed In of tho organization in Indianapolis so'mb other sections of the South. In January, 1918. .White potatoes were slightly damTho committee report will advise aged in Louisiana. against establishing a homo for aged ' Truck Is Killed. to a statement miners, according "Considerable damage to seed catto mado at the "organization's head- occurred in Georgia and Florida-- , quarters here. The recommondatlon the injured cane remains ueablo but for pensions will suggest a syrup. for old-ag- o In Louisiana the seed cane per capita tax of 2G cents a month on "was mostly saved through warnings, each of the 400,000 members of tho but other cane, though gonerally organization in tho United States and windrowed, suffered some ha'rm. SorCanada during the next five years ghum was mostly killed and sugar and tho payment, n.fter 1923, of a cano damaged In Texas, and the unmonthly pension of $20 per month cut cano In Mississippi was much to all miners more than G5 years old. damaged. Incapacitated miners under 65, ow"Truck In Northern Carolina was and ing their Injuries to accident killed and most tender truck in having no means of support, would Florida, Northern and Western receive tho same pension. No miner Louisiana, Texas and other Southwould bo eligible for a pension un- ern States was killed, whllo in Caliless he had been a member of tho fornia tomatoes wero an entire loss. union continuously for ten years and Beans and lettuce wero somewhat paid tho pension tax for flvo years. damaged In tho coastal plain portion Tho members of tho commltteo aro of South Carolina and Georgia. William Mitchell, of Iowa; John "Cabbage, turnips and collards esHutchison, of Indiana, and Evan Ev- caped injury in most of Georgia and ans, of Illinois. Alabama, but in Louisiana young-cabbag. : plants, beets and lettuce will TREMENDOUS GUNS bo a 50 per cent.Joss, while hardV" vegetables In Texas suffered as far For" American Battleships Will Be south as Corpus Cbristi. In CaliWorld's Greatest. fornia severe Injury to truck occur red In all save a few sections, but Washington. Nov. 21. Battleships' lery ln tho DeRa district was most authorized this year will carry thoy unhUrt. In Georgia. Louisianamost powerful guns of which tho na and other States seed beds and 'much vy has any authentic Information. truck in fields wero saved through Rear Admiral Strauss, Chlof of Ordi- tlmoly warnings. nance, told tho House Navy CommitFruit Suffers Little. tee today ho expected to complete "Thcro seoms to havo boen but lit and prove a slxtcen-Inc- h tlo damage to fruit In tho South, gun early next year. Citrus fruit in Texas stood tho freeze "Wo havo a very good slxtcen-lnc- h well, savo In a fow more northern gun,"hosaId, "but tho whero about half tho crop caliber weapon will bo tho largest iwn8 iost. Satsuma orange trees seem gun In the World of which wo havo Hurt in Mississippi, but practically Wo uninjured ln Alabama. any authentic information. In Florida wish to build and provo tho new gun, the cold was rather beneficial to however, boforo adopting It for new citrus fruit, improving color and ships." shipping qualities. Four batleshlps, bids for which "In Cnltfornla citrus fruit In Tu- soon will bo awarded by tho Navy iara county was somowhut damaged, Department, each will carry eight niui half tho young tfces near Davis slxtcen-Inc- h guns. Tho wcro ruined; but in other parts o! threo ships Congress is expected to tho Stnto tho damage to citrus fruit authorlzo this winter each will carry waa negligible. Table grapes in guns if ifornla, aro practically an entire loss, slxtcen-Inc- h tho department's hopes are carried ai,a unpicked olives wero much hurt, out. Admiral Strauss said the GO- - juut, enn still bo used for oil." -.-- -. caliber gun would wolgh 128 tons, WILSON ELECTOR FROM as against 100 tons for tho ALABAMA IS INDICTED weapon, und will havo a greater pen- otratlng force and rnngo. Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 21. A Tho forcings for the trial ber guns already havo been ordered possibility that President Wilson will and it will bo manufactured nt tho lose ouo of Alabama's twelve elector-i- al votes devoloped today when Y. naval factory hero. M. Qulun, chosen as a Democratic elector ut the November 7 election, Demand For Small Change. Washington, Nov. 21. Public do- - was Indicted on a charge of embezmund for pennies, nickels aud dimos zling $45,000 from a bank at Russet-villi- ). Stato Qfllcials said the IndictIs so much greater than tho supply that superintendents and otllclals of ment nlouo would not prevent him tho San Francisco, Denver and Phil from serving as oloctor, but that hoadelphia mints aud New York assay would bo disqualified if convicted bo- y on how foro January 2, when the electors olllco conferred hero to meet tho situation. All tho mints meet to cast tboir ballots. Court running behind, although work- -' ' flclals expressed doubt that the caso would be reached before that date. lug night uud day. record-breaking 10-1- 7, fall-sow2,-Jc es -e er er er Cal-twolJ .. l, to-da' of-!u- ro WILL ASK PENSIONS r . 7i-- il-BO- AT HEN HAVE ODD ADVENTURES WIWTKU IN III'DAWST PAPER DKTAIP.S TORPEDOING or ItHITIKH SHIPS. IffTERRUPTS HONEYMOON Jr7I)i OlUreiVi Hiido Delighted On KntrjuiilcrljiK Knctny Sub- marine. - vJtttlls aavrnjfnptr Ax Est, of Budapest, glvos Vnul life on an submarine, which h obtained .1mm Cflramn officers. lie says those cS5cers til hud very little of drown-St- r Austro-Hun-jszrbin Paii. 2ov. 1$. A wrtur in the ana death. Th nommnndor of one itml baring met a Dritisb at re-iw'- jjj vos-- ? tier commander be tcH alwirt lo sink her. "The British commander," he notified he con-itnue- d. A.3i. Tor Autographs. "We Tool;od at him in nstonlsb-3tanil ojic of us handed him a vcadl. J should like,' he went on, bare a. few autographs by you, xrsa3zucn. as a keepsake, so that I csn relate at home that I received a imzvui Irom the gentlemen who sent txtj tarmy boat under. "Wp looked at one another, scarcely cxmmallng our hilarity, but finally ro of ns fetched a novel and we few lines on it as a souvenir. Mrr iSe JOianked its, shook our hands and Ocparted, resigned and ccs&ati rt name on our bridge and the Austrian ofilcers as 11ns on of you gentiemon a jhhicH?' "a phlegmatic seafarer, after-tcliO- f; fol-IIbt- st Middle Aces within and botwoen the nations into which the Konian empire was divided In that century, arm-lmay bo said to have ceased to exist. The military forces were composed of feudal tenants of tho sever left their peaceful oc al kings, cupations at tho call for troops and went back to them when the war wns over. Hut with tho Invention of gunpowder, a great chango came, and standing armies in the service of the 1'lt.i.a hn-- nn In nrlan wl(ll flirt rrlll1f of overthrowing the rude system of popular control of kings and prince, which the feudal system had pre served. Hut still armies were numbered by the ton or at most hundreds thousand, and millions disappeared from mllltnry arithmetic. Even tho wars of the French Revolution did not engage such vast numbers. At Wagrain some 300,000 wore eugagad and at I.clpitlg tho allloa alone numbered ns many. Tht was tho maximum. We got back to the millions with our Civil War. ns more than 1,000.- OOOsoldiers wero under arms in the national servico when tho struggle came to an oud. At that moment merica was the greatest military country of tho world, and the knowledge of this fact lent force to our demands for tho evaluation of Mexico by the French and for the payment of tho Alabama claims by the English. Irish World. ei LOST CITY HAY Prince Albert gives I BE DISCOVERED TIUURON I8I.ANI) hkmkvi:i HV SCIENTISTS TO HIDK CITY OF A7.TKO LKOKND. delight, because smokers such "H TRADER PAYS A VISIT i InlmbltiinlN Queer People Dlsap- Under luirtli After Shooting Armn.4 at Whites. lir its flavor is so different and so delightfully good; it enn't bile your tongue; it enn't parch your throat; you can smoke it as long and as hard as you like without any comeback but real tobacco happiness! On the reverse side ot, every Prince Albert package you will rend : Mazatlan. Nov. 18. What frightful fnto has befallen adventurers who :ought to unravel the mystery of the Tiburou island, lying in the far north of tho Gulf of Lower California? Supposedly the Inhabitants of this Island tre cannibals. Dcneath its surface amy lie the lost city ot Aztec legend! " PROCESS PATENTED JULY 30th, 1007" That means to you a lot of tobacco enjoyment. Prince Albert has nlvvays been sold without cou'ponsor premiums. Wo prefer to give quality ! There arjsfew more fascinating mysteries than that ot the Tlbur-iAnd tho truth known of it sounds iko an unbelievable page from Out of the many parties of ad venturers who have purposely set sail ml started exploring none has ever returned. n. fringe Albert X. the national joy smoke y'OU'LL, necjr ot rn kj l J kt rnoUlJ TlU4Co. fic-io- u. at ta cor-tlct- jy Why Endure Summer Cold:? It isn't necessary to have a stuffed head, running nose. To cough your head off as It were. All you need Jo is to use Dr. Dell's The soothing and healing balsams open tho clogged air passages and in i short time you get relief and start in the road to recovery. Your nose stops running, you cough lses and rou know you are getting better. Gel a bottle, use as directed. Keep what .8 left as a cough and cold insur-ince. An old Aztec legend tells of a lost "Ity somewhero in the region of 2 JtruMbpr officer recounted meeting sencenmy merchant ship about a hun-tdr- a miles from shore. An officer NMHtnted. bar to tell the crew to leave He Ew before she was torpedoed. approached by a pretty woman in I tins, dishabille, wearing a lace east Irat no shoes. She introduced Iboadf as the Captain's wife, fiat she was on her Jioney-Mu- n trip and seemed tremendously .iuiseil at the Idea of encountering a. Her husband presently very sleepy "but quite calm. are going to sink us?" he ask-uc- d and, on receiving an affirmative jngy, sail to his wife: 'Then pack lap jTir things, cherie!" TUTumWi (jood-b)- e To Ansti-iaus- . In a few moments several large and were filled with femi-RfkbsB aitlre and trinkets, not forget-:U- c feats, and the oung bride asked Hfae -- fcnstriaji officer's permission to ari cren a few bottles of wine. It anac granted and she thanked with' a. omrtesy repeating her expression of tSx5a 1 having had such a novel on her honeymoon. Then sjbe inmpod into the Captain's boat, rtite preparations were completed Afterwards, Uie torpedoing. 3bsn Oie bhlp was sinking, and the was moving off, the uwirmander observed the lady joczdjcd on her pilJ of trunks, waving sHjaleETOMi silk parasol and smlltiig-2- y signals. making good-by- e Kelt Sorry For Urlde. "Site was Jn an open boat, a hun-ire- d miles from the invisible shore ttvstfsg; Hud laughing," added tho s2lcct. "We looked for a long tlrao at tliat jireen parasol and I must ad-- jt Oiat that laughing bride impress-i- f And sbe certainly made us d. tlirrS $50 FOR MONEY IOST SKVKN YEARS AGO rt Tn ce arirnro fr Aus-Xrk- Jlarionville, Mo.. Nov. ISc Rob-;n Pi(lnita ItiDnplnllmio King has Just received $50 from cC. Vtfvwt -.United States Treasury as reimhe "l,"u ,' ' '"""" """ bursement to him for tho loss of that n a village ai ine fcouiiif.iBi ui inv imount more than seven years ago. Jesolate region of mountain and des- Whilo plowing corn in 1909 King jrt. lost his pocketbook. It contained The natives lived iu huts ot huge two $20 and one JlOJiill. urtle shell. There were no old Last spring J. H. Chamberlain, who nen. Tho women did all the work now owns the land, found the purse N'o clothes were worn. On the arms Scarcely anything was left of it but r the tall, slender males wcro thick, the metal. Within was u lump that lammered gold bands. Crude rings on close inspection proved to have if gold set with white stone were been paper money. It was sent to .vorn on tho fingers. Washington where it was unfolded Ibis Grim Ilepututloii. and pasted on a 'cardboard a smal1 No amount of Inducement could piece at a time. This was returned nersuado them to part with these to Marionville for affidavits of both Memory that no mrlous vanities. tho Iobcr and flndor. That proof was man had ever returned from Tihur-j- n ago. supplied three months mado our llttlo party from the rading vessel alert. GOVERNOR'S DAUGHTER The tall men ot the island always TO RUN HIS KITCHEN :ol!owed at a distance and seemed o sense that the intruders were Oregon, 111., Nov. 18. Miss Flor- hunting for diamonds and gold, the ence Lowden, eldest daughter of the reputed wealth of tho lost city. 3overnor-elec- t of Illinois, Frank O. Coming to a declivity in the fir3t Lowden, will "boss" the kitchen ot open" table land our parly saw one of the Executivo Mansion at Spring- .ho native suddenly draw his bow. field when her father takes his seat. bullet brought tho savage to the She says so herself and the Govround. A battle was on. A bccon.l ernor is delighted. Miss I.owden shot dropped another native and a learned how to cook in a school at rain of arrows showered among us. MIddlohury, Coun., from which she Then as tho by magic the native was graduated last June, aud she has band disappeared Into some secret been experimenting on the family hole In tho ground. Tor miles In flinco then. every direction the land spread ab- Piburon Island. It is credited with loing the greatest and richest city if the primitive times, the zenith of the first civilization. The legend ivers that tho god Toctle visited his wrath upon this city when It fell in- o great sin. Swept Ry Storm." I was on my llttlo trading ship recently bound for Guaymas. We .vere swept off our course, northwest, or days. When the storm subsided It was found by charts that the ;reat tableland in sight was the Island. On the island were found roads t strange masonry, some of them .ixty feet wide. They were Hanked vlth wallb seven feet thick and three Tl-.ur- - is all Wflnr ito onfVmci' in goodness and in pipe satisfaction V trfc, o theory hnwdydo on find much of m ttrinfvrjou srr ' the rooo you atop two. t or I'finc Albert im riant thtr st th iirtt plstf tou V astic friends ever claimed for it! mJtthatonal It answers every smoke desire you ui any uuier man ever naai Jt is SO cool and fragrant and appealing to your smokeappetite that you will get chummy with it in a mighty short time ! b& rtlt for m nickrt ttnd thr t'4jr rd tm pr a aimv, then then m ttftiMnJ monw pmsnj ami hair pound tft Jin. uurnttlorm pot,nd ami tn cryttJkl-Jt- e humtdor trtt h pon9-nwtt9ntop that krrp thr t batxo in tuth banj vo trim MlHAHWl .."IflRACm ic pprpAprri FOR SMOKERS UNDERTHE ' g1 9, ODnrcee nicrnvjrDrniu il i "S MAKIHUEXFERIMEJiTSTO P30DUCE THE MOST TOBACCO FOR CIG- - - rmn.La fAitnitw JULYJO'TWO RjJ.RtfmJuT5T5S7ZcbC(mMJfr WlNTON$AlIllKCU$X i DOES ffOTBHETHE J0HCUe X Will you invest 5c or 10c to prove out our on the national joy smoke? J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. R. qa say-s- o ri Its. R.ad llli"PilnliJ Pmrn'mnui I'tlac. Albrl Mir u Thb U Ihr rtTr ti lh and In Win.ton-Sale- N. C. . PiIm I jour Uklaf. mklnf rt.tli what It Alb.rt m mveh m.tn. .... vu. "c ,,.. . pounds. The car was 8ome 3 tMted oyer severa, routo3 U)0 toU, distance covered being slightly more were than S00 miles. Tho roads said to hare been heavy during two days und fine during the rest of the time. In . this case the amount of this new motor fluid or spirit used was 30.59 gallons, or an average of IG.4 miles per gallon, or 2C.2 ton-- ; on The engine in lies per gallon. occasions started easily, whether or warm. The valve caps and valve heads wero found to be very clean after the trial. Alcohol has been experimented with for a long time, and in direct competition with gasoline, but In tho United States gasoline has been thought to he the cheaper of the two products, all things. considered. In the preseut instance, howover, better results huvo been obtained than else- where. A large percentage of the al- -' cohol Is said to be converted Into ether, thereby reducing the density Cor- and increasing tho volatility. roslon was overcome by the use of an alkali, which during the process of combustion neutralized tho acids produced by tho alcohol and ether. American. nsaiT Ar her." ''iirJs writers suggest that the contributor la Az Est has a fertile and mention that in the IK)jyar lew the French word cherie 'a m2 Ity the llritlsh Captain or the English" word darling ufclck a Ilritisber might reasonably A u. 1 DOMT SUFFER ill 5trJ2SD3" mm 7 "Feel Like a New Person," cays Mrs. Hamilton. New Castle, ImL 'Trotn tho time I was eleven years old until 1 was soven- teon I sufiered each mouth so I had to be in bed. I hod headache, backache and such pains I nvouM crump double ovcry month. I did not know vbat it was to be oasy u minute. My health was all run down and tho doctors did not do me tiny cood. A neighbor toll my mother about Lydia U. PinUiam'ji Vtgctablo Compound und I took Jt, and now I feel like a new person. I don't suffer nny moro and I nm regular every month." Mrs. Hazel Hamilton, 822 South 10th St. When a remedy has lived for forty years, steadily growing in jtopularity find influence, and thousands upon thousands of women declaro they owo their health to it, is it not reasonable to believe that it is an urticle of great merit? -- tar len pected to employ. ' --- Ci.il dy en Cry FCR FLETCHER'S O ASTO Ri A Mr Sodm Gct-cct.in-u- Historical Arinlow. Whoa King Xerxes, of Persia, l! in 4S0 I). C, he was -afct by Herodotus to have brought jnw tho Hellespont an army of meu, gathered from all Wost--au- d much of Central Asia, luclud- the Creek cities on the coabt of AuKotin Sea. Thare )ih been a good deal of 2ptleiMn Hbout thoto figures on fits ground that such a body would fcarre found utterly unwieldy; ikal it wj loo large for any system J supply of food, and that nobody sca Ih sure that It was counted And from that time to our n tm) array of 1,000,000 or moro uiv war mustered into tight, unless ot Huns who Xt wuru tli liordos If you wan t nncclnl advico write JJmghl tbo battle of Chalons in A. Xh. JHi wrfttb the Uoths aud Romans to Lyrtln IJ. Pinlcliam Itlcdlulno (eouflilontlnl), Lynn. Mass. S50.000 of their number Co. uul Your lettcrwlil bo opened, rctxd jfr&il on tho fluid ot conflict. nud uii.HWtired by u wouiuu and iviiiif ngbting fatill went ou In the bcld iu btrlct coxiildouco, solutely level. Hut wo could see no living being. No Clmnco Kor K.plorntion. This, then, solved the mystery of whero lay tho hidden city? Night was falling swiftly aud ns (hero was no time to chauce further exploration wo returned to the shore just as a terrific tropical storm broke. It meant shipwreck to remain near tho Island. Anchor was lifted and tho trader sought shelter off tho Western Coast line. Firm In our minds was tho belief that undor tho surfaco of Tlburon Island liofl tho lost city ot Aztec legend. I5y William Allen. qi Sufferer J'rom IudlKCstlon Itelleved, "llofore taking Chamberlain's Tab- lots my husband suffored for several yours from Indigestion, causing him to have palnu In tho Moinach and dis. Chumberlalu'a tress utter Tablets relieved him of theso spells right away," writos Mrs. Thomas Casey, Ooneva, N. Y. Obtalnublo qij-lng- ro is i k-q- cor-xctt- lr. l(i Bnoct Kor Automobllo Owner. Hxperlmcnts looking to tho pro duction ot nn Inflammable dlfctjllato from molasses having reached a climax, a company has been organized lu Natal, South Africa, with a capital of ?375,000, to'build a plant, for tho manufacture of this substance, with a capacity of C.000 gallons dally. The rocontly rising prices of gasoline uro doubtless what have led to these to mako a distillate ut a suffiJ ciently low cost to become a direct remarked k "Your husband doesn't talk vory competitor ot gasolluo. havo been mado much tills noon, does ho, mother?" ' Demonstrations ' car weighing Harper's, with a ts gasoline hero some duy. Recent Improvements in At Nowport News aerial passenger refining have considerably Increased percentage of gasollno extracted, servico is being maintained by n reg-!th- e n ular organized aeronautical transpor- - ' and Inventors aro confident of company. This innovation In fectlnK carburetors which will use transit systems Is described in tho kerosene; but for tho present we are November Popular Mechanics Maga- - confronted with a decrease In the gas- zlne. Interesting Illustrations ac- - oliue content ot tho older oil wells, company tho article. At fixed rates and an Insufficient capacity In tho retravelers nro carried by aeroplane lining plants. Our exports, howev-a- ll or Hying boat to almost any destina-je- r. ot gasoline In 1315 wero consld-col- d Forjorably less than in 1914, although tlon they may wish to reach. noro crude oil was sent abroad. Thero fees, ranging from ? 20 for a one-wa- y passago to Norfolk, to 11,250, for tho Is also a strong probability that, with round trip between Newport Newnjtho reconstruction and resumption and New York, connections are mado lot business abroad at tho close of tho 'with various cities along tho Atlantic j war, consumption there will bo much seaboard, including Jamestown, Rich-- ! greater than now Horses will bo mond, Washington, Ualtlmore, Phil- - j scarce and time will bo everything, adolphla, Atlantic City, and Asbury'and tho motor car and truck wilt ro- celvo a great impetus. Park. Just how long Large, staunch machines capable tho present oil welts will continue to of carrying two or thrco persons In produce, or when and whero now oil addition to the pilot, as well as small, fields will bo discovered, no ono can speedy craft with accommodations say with certainty. Ueforo that duy for only a driver and one passenger, arrives, howover, It Is fair to expect nro employed. Tho company's baso that chemists will havo found some ' depot at Newport News, whero its substitute, or Inventors a method , hangars are situated near tho water'.i of making one gallon do the work of edge, has becomo a great local moro. II. II. Windsor, in tho Sep : traction. Hundreds of slght-sccr- s tomber Popular Mechanics Morh flock by trolley and motor to tho slto zlne. and watch tho arrival and departure Her Son Subject to Crouu. . Per Capita Circulation $11.18. "My sou Edwin Is subject to , ol "'" nena' ernes. c Washington, iov. IS. Money In croup," writes Mrs. E. O. Irwin, Now Klvers of Gasollno, Kenslncton. , Pa. "I nut In many in tho United States on , . i circulation ve wl" consume, lu this country, November 1 amounted to $4,241,162.-leaVnehour3 at night before Ii ot Chamberlain's Cough ,nia ycur mott 2,000,000,000 gnl- - lj9, Treasury onjclals report. The Remedy. Mothers need not fear this lons of Bnsollnv; which is tho enulva- - p,.r capHn circulation was $41.18 on mream his icei wi.ie nnu tut uato, ul disease It they keep a bottlo of Chamberlain's Cough Romcdy In tho ono foot l,ecP "owing at tho rato of house and use it as directed. It ol- - ono mll nn nour- - nvo yours ago ways gave my boy relief." Obtain- - Kago'mo reiaueu ai 3U cents in isiu-,- jj land and from 40 to 75 cents on the FOR FLETCHER'S able everywhere, Continent, and thoro aro those who . a Away With Tho Dish Towel .Ml I... Domestic sclcnco teachers have Invented new methods of dishwashing which nro shorter and easier than "tho way mothor did," but really In- tolllgeut women fall to adopt them, II There aro no stronger human trndl-- , HoiiB than those which govern "good I uWSESwisMI and housekeeping." The most sanitary waj of washing dishes takes tho dlslf towel out : In tho bet equipped of the kitchen. hotels and hospitals dlBhcs nro sterCsFnpanion ilized by steam nnd dried without lTHETOUTireCOMPANlON ; ca issues handling. '""'avontefonUiyTTccklvof Amfrica. m TTk Tho nearest approach to this moth-- ! ' Urouw in im. and :ti IV I 11 A ir i'll3 kn-tI'O Miort n I i..imm AiilfW II nd lu tho average kitchen is to wash onU buifHxiionn, a Ihouond l'uiiny. the dlshos with plenty of clean hot oralH&aRmilil'fe'rtwhiWi IS uuo, ojntian acj lor an au. wntor and soap, to rinse them with Vl 119 I ml n.l .- IJaUCa - ' iim DV .lm .lunS" trm HH moro hot water, stack them on edgo UIIU lr-. i.... ' Ul IfM mbt i.iinn iu MAflA71Hll AiW ,1(!.fl.tn im h ,1', In a wlro basket, pour a kettle ot j K0v MTAM.'S AllilUlillI 11 SJTHlm lUrA UIUIWJU Drew boiling water over them and set rtittem vflTifc 12 ISSUES AM) A PRESS PATTTRN Tho Pl,ton At mOHITY fotlowd them aside to drain dry. Uoston uy iniilloiij i f irtiMu n women. You Clbbo. ot i,"',tti, "10,'.i.n: monthly Issue "de. Mrcall m " not niercly a ' bin n iiuluon magaxlnts ximaL. Tho Lost Ait. i had Just been ro- -' Tho $2-1- 0 proved at tho tablo. Ho continued cheerfully, tho unanswered, Uaammcm iwwumMwu to talk ten! t it (Iif (hi er r O. Mco.r Ordit) U to father. After somo minutes of ! ii Liu. Uf ,nM.i .nil ... 'tMrrlaihkk soliloquy he turned to'his mothor and , ' Aerial Passenger I'errles Opcmtttl KiiAt. In oven predict pcr-tatlo- i ,.., ! s ... i d , ! Children Cry CASTOR! A I i j JmSSSWM IPPi Wmi M&Ma Combination of Readins ni Kfc ! ! WiWW I lnni Xl?xe im $fc1r Drrrw . Waft's s. lUtl m. imuaimv I M ifliWM 64 iSiiiT?: Tl IE YOUTH'S COMPANION, S. P.ul St.. ift, ro,N. S as 2Qrovss$A$$$ra&roroflM?ro$ r gSEE OUR NEW GOODS NOW ON DISPLAY I I Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. SrTOlWVVVW5rySSSS t You Can Be Whatever! I n J Y011 Want To Be I I I You can be a success, and 11 big success, if you hnvu ' AiMMlMON, J31U5RGY, NERVE. Tift road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite 1 for preparedness. I The big men of today almost with- ' out exception are the men who prepared yesterday. Wo prepare you for the position that are waiting $ for the prepared man or woman. School in session X the entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and $ recejvq proper classification t I I T ome lie Mil mv i ; (incorporated; . I OWENSBORO, KY. PRINCESS USES AX TO KEEP SELF FIT AMCK OK OKEKCE SI'E.VDS MEK KEIiLINCJ TUBES TEACHES KEWIXO. property hud been let run o seed The villa Itself is in bad repair and has no modem comforts. The Casi no, built hy tho British lord high commissioner, Sir Thomas Wnttland, in 1816, is almost gone to rack ''and ruin. Hut at that it Is far more beautifully situated, tho house and garden far lovelier than the Achllle- on, the villa of tho German emperor, The now used as a French hospital. Achllleon is on u .height, overlooking tho wholo Corfu Channel nnd the distant shores of the Epirus; but Mon Pepos Is nt tho water's edge, and the back of tho placo gives on tho still and beautiful lagoon of tho Kallopou-lo- s Lake. Tho Princess Allco Is very pleased and proud ovor tho Improvomonts sho has made on Mon Uopos this sum mer, while her husband has been in JBngland on a diplomatic mission for his royal brother, King, Constantlne. She la looking forward to surprising him on uta return with the results or hor labors. . a. Should Sloan's Miilmcnt Go Along? For after a Of courso it .should! stronuous day when your musclo huvo hoon oxorclied to tho limit an application ot Sloan's Liniment will tako tho soreness and stiffness away and get you In lino shapo for the morrow. You should also uso It for it sudden attack of toothache, stiff neck, backache, stings, bites nnd tho ninny accidents that aro Incidental to a vacation. "Wo would as. soon leavo our baggago as to go on u vacation or camp without Sloan's Liniment."' Writes ono vacationist: "Wo uso it for everything from cramps to tooth ache." Put a bottlo In your bag, be 2 prepared and have no regrets. Hwisohh I fe- - . " . 1 Villa Mon Uepos, Coifu. Greece, ot the 30. (Correspondence Oct. Associated Press.) The Princess Alice ot Grceco, wlio was the English has Princess Allco of Uattcnberg, snont tho past suminer chopping down (rocs to keep horsolf fit. Tho Prln-coAllco Is 30. 11 cousin of tho uucon of Spain. Shortly alio will tako hor children back to Athens for tho winter wnaon and glvo ujj foUtnB troes to boglu again her wortc of encouraging tile Greek womon to oarn their own living hy home sowing tho Prlnceas Alice's own partioulnr hobby. Tho two eldest llttlo fllrls. Prill-cob- s Marguerite ruid Prlnows Theodora. U and 10. roapootlvely, aro as brown as their mother and as strong, though thay have not boon chopping swim-inliidown treoH. Thoy have beflii an hour and a every day for half In "the warm, traiiblucont wator of tho Corfu Channel. Prlnco Andrew's wife herself is a line, strong Hwiiumor now, but It has not boon a long tlmo since Sheldon Whltehouso, who was then secretary of tho American legation, pulled her out of tho water and saved hor life when sho had gone down three times. Tho villa of Mon Repos; tho summer place of Prince Andrew and the Princess Allco, was tho favorite country resldonco of the late King Qcorgo, who left it to bis third son, but unfortunately ho failed to. leavo tho moans to koop it upT Prlnco Andrew (a n colonel of u cavalry regiment Prln--o- s not u lucrative 'omploymeut. Allco also Is not rich, und tho pair, who for royalties nro poor as church mice. Iinvo four chlldron, all J girls, a sad prospoot these days when j 'or' Europo la full of royal glil of royal boys to marry them very beau- - j Mon Itepoh Is a big and " Seldom occupied, tin-- ' htul place ss K breckB when lie was sweetly dreaming, brcauso there were no Hargaln Wnnka In fnmnt tint (n mini, antmm. PRF 1 lERVfc VILLAGE ,nB T,,c Berp,u mioi"5i b,i wa j goose. Sho was loo good for any usb. Tho serpent was a clever brute 1'AI.M.VO INTO DECAY AI'TKIt Though he'd not been through colAlMNDONEI) IIY ALASlege, his sanctum made him mighty KAN INDIANS. cute; It was tho Tree of Knowledge. Aha!" ho said, "I'll publish, free, Tho Dally Eden Applo Tree!" Washington, Nov. 18. Tho "Old Tho first edition raised a row whoso Monument," con scandal shocked creation. Kasaan National Since Tlic Kind You Iinvo Always Bought, ami which Iins feeca ncrcs within , lint nrst ,g8U0 A(am.8 broW j8 wct sisting ot thirty-eigiu uso for over 30 j'oars, has hornotlio MfrHatuws o Alaska, with perspiration. tho Tongass National Forest, It told tho scanonl 1,fts Jiccn mado under his S-has Just been created by Presidential dal rich and rare, that Eve had not C,jC&T?7t?Ua, sonnl 8"Icr IMon slnco its infancy. ctteswtt Allow no ono to deceive ym In ttifa proclamation as a result of recom- a thing to wear! From the Mcrgen-thulAll Counterfeits, Imitations nnd Just-iis-go- od aro 1jk6 mendations made by tho Secretary of Lines O' Typo News. Experiments that triflutvith and cmlnnror tho henUti oC Agriculture. The tract embraces tho Iufuuts and Children Expcrienco ngainst Esncrimenfc. n nbnndoned Ualda Indian Nv Lookout. on vltlago of Old Kassan, situated When a cold hangs on as often hapf Prlnco or Wales Island In southeast- pens, or whan you have hardly gct-to- n thirty miles west ern Alaska, about over one cod before you conCnstoria is a harmless pnlistitnto for Cnsfor Oil. Par?-- . of Ketchikan. gorie, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. tract another, Uokout for you aro U pleasant. Ife ' Tho vIllageTwas abandoned by the liable to contract somo vary sericontains neither Opium, Morphine nor other iNnrcotio: Hiihstanec. It ago is its guarantee It destroys Wonm Indians about ten years ago. Among ous disease. This succession of colds nnd allays Fcvcrishness For more than thirty yeara the relics which remain thcro are weakens the system nnd lowers tho lir.s hcen in constant u. e for tho relief of Constipation, about fifty Indian totem poles, "five vitality so that you are much more Flatulency, "Wind Coll , all Teething Troubles anil or six of which aro classed as ex- liable to contract chronic catarrh, Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach and BoivcLu ceedingly good specimens. In tho pneumonia or consumption. assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural slcctu Cure Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. deserted vlllago there aro also eight your cold while you can. Chamber-Iain'- s largo square' buildings which were Cough Remedy has a great according to reputation. originally constructed It is relied upon by the peculiar plan of tho Halda In- thousands of people nnd never dis dians, and which, it is stated by those appoints them. Try It. It only pBears the Signature of best qualified to know, reprcsont the costs a quarter. Obtainable every best specimens of Halda architecture where, in that now exist. The largest ot these buildings Is approximately 40xC0 feel AU1THMETIO IN THE In size nnd made entirely of round GAHDEN OF EDEN and carved timbers. There also remain a number of Indian graves with - How many npples did Adam and tho typical small grave houses erect- Eve cat7 ed by tho Alaskan Indians. Some my Evo" S and Adam 2 a to Since tho vlllago wa3 abandoned tal of 10 only. Kind You by tho Indians tho buildings have Now wo figure the thing out far THE CENTAUR COMPANY. ML.W YOHK CITV. been rapidly falling into a state of differently: Eve S and Adam 8 also IS dilapidation nnd decay, nnd a certain 'total 10. amount ot vandalism by. tourists und 'We think tho above, figures are en souvenir hunters render some form J tirely wrong. An exami of protection essential. If Eve 8 and Adjim 82, certally tho rissns nation of tho area was made jointly total will bo 90. by representatives of tho Forest Seron the Scientific men, however, vice and of the Interior Department, atrcngth of the theory that the and tho report strongly urging the wero a race of giants, reasa establishment of a national monu- on something like this: Eve 81 and ment were approved by tho Secretar- Adam S2 total 1C3. No Money inAdvnucD ies of both departments. The SmithWrong again. What could be SatiHfac sonian Institution strongly Indorsed clearer than if Eve 81 and Adam 812 tioii Guar-aatothe proposition for tho establishment the total was S93? The new LowcstNet of a national monument. I believe tho following to be the national monument will be protected true solution: Eve 814 Adam and Prices und administered by the Forest Ser Adam 8121 Eve total 8938. Ens i..ot vice, as is the case with all monu TormH A Stll another calculation Is as foltho national lows: If Evo 814 Adam, Adam Snvlng oi ments located within 5 to $100 forests. Homo oblige Eve total 82.05C. 52 00Fnc and Farm. From P A. STARCH Vecl Good. JLouk Good ory Direct PRESIDENT No ono can either feol good nor WINTEU SCHOOL HATH look good while suffering from con DHAWS DADDY'SJ'HOTEST stipation. Get rid of that tired, draggy, lifeless feeling by a treatWo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days! free trial, la. yumr Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 18. School homo. No cash rayraent required. All we ask is that you will play upon, jse ment of Dr. King's New Life Pills ihower baths aro not popular with at not and test tills jilano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do you find U tba way, Buy n box today, tako ono or two least ono 'Kansas City father. Withighest gratia sweetest toned and linest plane In every mrtr. that Yvn have- evtr .. r.. ... ...a.... ..m. n vlll. lit lluit. nnrl nt Tirrfdn lllinrfv tn Kami it In the morning that ness tho following note received by pills event, pay the freight both ways. T j Starck Piano must make good.- with, yoa, I you or there is no sale. I stuffed, dull feeling is gone and he teacher after one youngster had Easy Paymeiilar 25c at your gono home to tell them of his revels Save $150.00 or Mori feol better at once. f Tou nay ri cash down, but after 30 Jji Wc elilp direct to you from our factory, it druggist. In tho school bathroom: of trlil. you can begin payment on Un: tov prices thit tare you upwards ot J1C0.00 ir Jie m (tirnlsh surcrettd by pbo cot ot our piano. Ve guarantee to you can cit, easiest terms ever terms are arractti! ts "Dear Teacherjr I don't want my manufacturer. These ycu a brttf r piano for the money than Yrnvns Dislocates Jaw suit your convenience, and it It pcsiUt tar boy to tako any more shower baths. You ore assured ot rcclvins sccuro drewlitre. you to buy a plana for your b.omet without Washington. Miss Elizabeth Voor- - He's not used to taking a bath in titfactory snttt toned durable high erad cinSt't; tic money. jlano. r Washing winter. And if my boy tells mo that hees, a sophmore at George OK.Vc- - v Ruaruitlqa In you ton University, became sleepy mado him take a bath ho will 2 rid -- Hand Bargain Ercrr Starck Piano i Btarck nt French class. So she yawned, and never go to school again. I don't We have eorctanlly on hand cuirantecd for 25 year. tbe Iit and mi htirlt-fThis ituirantw his back a large number of ilishtly used her Jaw stuck. want him to get sick. I know some Pltruu win . vie plaaoa of all of It our 35 years of plane and market, Professor Georgo Neely Hennlng, peoplo who have caught diptherla experience, and tie repustandard makes taken in exlifcutcd with the imntr change for new Starck I'ianot tation ot an features et tlms uncertain whether the pretty stud that way." responsible piano house. The followand wonderful Irwtromenl. ami him, called ing are a few sample btrgainat ent was making faces at will Ui pleased with tea The school officials have not decid50 Free Music cry low prices at wlurb "Weber $110.00 on her to recite. Sho stood up, ed whon tho boy will have his secthey can be secuisA. Lessons- Steinway 92.00 ugalu, embar ond shower. blushed and sat down Piano Booh Frva Chickcring 90.00 To every purchaser of rassed and In pain. Another girl m Send today for uur Staick ri.no. wo give frca Kimball 95.00 bMrutlfully Illustrated ptmo music lcswn?. in one cf and TWO HOYS CONFESS helped her from the classroom Starck 195.00 book which giro yoa a the best known cchoolt in they went to a. nearby drug store, large amount of Infiarnu-Ho- n Cliicaeo. The !oeuns you Send for our latest complete SLAYING I1UAKEMAN regarding pianos. Tfcii ran take in your own home, bargain list. where tho druggist diagnosed tho case book ty mall. TliU represent will intertst za-please jou. Writo .today. one year's free instruction. as dislocated jawbone. 1G, William Ilaltimore, Md., Nov. 1313 Slarck im&., CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO Miss Voorhces, still unable to Baker, of this city, a brakema'n on Dr tho Pennsylvania railroad, was found talk, next presented horcolf-t- o James W. Hart, who had to, adminis- dead .on tho top of a freight train at ter ether before ho could got tho Canton, near bore, with a bullet in dislocated bono back Into place. Dr his brain Hart sent MtssVoorhees to hor home August Meyers, 12 years with orders not to. laugh,, UUk or old, and Felix Koloweelcl, 10, were yawn and to cat nothing but soup. arrested on the charge of stealing a 11 small rifle and a large jjuantlty of Do You llavo Sour Stqmuqli? ammunition and during tho'lr cross 3 If you an troubled with sour Lxamiimtipn confessed that they had stQiimch you should eat slowly nnd ilored at tho brukemau and killed masticate your fpod thoroughly, him. Thoy were held for a Coroner's then tako ono of Chamborlainta Tab-lot- s Jury. ' Immediately1 after supper. everywhere. in Lifetime experience with best of workmen, nmi can GOVERNMENT WILL I Chiidren Cry for Fletcher's HE-1N- O ht & .1 iir er " well-know- What is CASTOR A It It GENOINE CASTORIA. ALWAYS CesZAcMki The In Use For Over 30 Years Have Always Bought ante-'iiluvla- farck Pianos ed Fact x-- 81,-24- 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL IK p .- riayer-I'hmr- second-ban- j ul I'lajer-Plano- cond-han- 1 -- to-da- y. To-nig- ht '? THOS. Bo -- Plasterer, ecorotor arid Contractor. MOe o-- c . IDE 1'IItST PAPKK AN EXCLUSIVE IIISTOIMCAJ ITEM t t Mothers use. EuourIi. Mackintosh, why Tho Minister don't you come to church now? For three reasons, Mackintosh parson. Firstly, I dlnna llko yer thoology; secondly, 1 dlnnu llko yor slngln'. and, thirdly. It was in your kirk I llrst mot ma wife. Iloaton Traiiicrlpt. aa OASTORIA Children Ory F3R FLETCHER'S When Adam's Evo began to do the housekeeping for Adam, sho hud no cares such as pursue tho modern Ad am madam. She did not know what was tho rago, because there was no Woman's Page. Sho did not get a Daily Hint from Paris full of passion to start her on a dally sprint to keep up with tho the fashion. Sho did not haunt beauty stores In order to keep, open pores. When Adam caporcd home at night (he was no wearied ploddor!) lie did not shiver lest he might bo serv ed with curious foddor. Thoro were no nuners, so you see there, wab no Household Rcciuo. Old Adum was a happy bloko nnd lived u life most clicory. He did not know that. ha would cliolco somo day with his baotarla,. Adim am". Eve had novar read Health Articles to scare thorn dead. Eve never nent through Adum'a t give any roforenco desired. Call mo on Hartford I Mill Co., 'phone, or address mo at Hartford, Ky. . BravS For die Children A safe, old fashioned remedy for worms. SrventY-fiv- e VerMx u$e cr continu- T Vjwv We Knock the Spots Out of Things L&dies and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In ft a Supurlor Milliner Send ub your Onrruenlu and Have Tboni " Flfty.fivo typowritora. explained by Maying ! turo machlue. Soven bis in at 1j-so- ns Shorthand, Ilook-koepln- K, ed) use it die beU testimonial R5EYS VERMIFUGE cm offer ou. HH1 I CLEANED CLEAN Packages called for and delivered. Krrp LutW wjl tub tevp iit. g.mrllUf. MM ai t.caVy. IvIUt f41 it tile it lwtyt oo hind unci It btppy yviu f tustul cm YiMtarH'tcmlil I f'M fir1 1""' a fc THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB A. lvn Nail, Prop. - HAllTKOHI). KENTUCKY. Telegraphy, Steootypy. ExMualo. Primary Normal port teachers. Modern equip Position ment. assure. Write for catalogue Daviess Co. Bus. li rfutl E. & S. FREY, 11AUIMOUE. MO. Coliep Incorporate 1 Sulikirlbe for Tho Hurtford Ucpul)- HCttU $I.0U IW JC4IT. ESSSSXSSSSSKSBSSBSBSSSSi owKNsnono, hi Hertford Republican. sccoMlntr lo Inw nt the roloin! Oartfonl. Ky., n moll mnlttr o( the ecoml Kotow! nt least, while of fortune. wo rcttfrn tho smiled PREMIUMS AWARDED IK CORN CONTEST FHWWajEO!WUaBrC7ntCTr 4& PICTURESQUE PREACHER WINS GOVERNORSHIP Jacksonville, Fin., Nov. 18. Rev. HERBERT BALDWIN, IlKAVKIt Sidney J. Cutis has won tho GoDAM HOY, WINS FIRST PRIZE i vernorship of Florida nftor one of tho WITH 80 BUSHELS. to bitterest campaigns tho Peninsula communications Address nil Ho defeated Stnto over experienced. Tho Hartford Republican. both tho regulnr Dcmocrntlc noml- Premiums woro nwnrded In tho NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS new neo and tho Republican nspirnm. n Ohio County BoyR Corn Club con- (Iwlllnn thn iwmt wiit l n flabcrlter was tho first public office Catta cvor tost Saturday morning in tho ofllco In ninklng the ddrM mut pirn tlie nlil iiillri-Hheld but not tho first he ever rnn of the county Judge. Herbert 1 UatlnruK l.iwnln nml Sutler 10c rer lice unci 6c for. Baldwin, of Beaver Dam, won tho Jlne for irh mlillllnniil InnTtlon. Mr. Catts was first heard of In pol- first prlzo, n quartet of Plymouth llimilntlon nnl Curd o Th ink.&c tKilIunrli". years ngo when ho nban-ilonc- d pr lln. moury In nilranrn. free, but otliir itics twelvecalling as Baptist preacher Itock chickens offered by J. C. Her, his for Kerln Chiroh Nnllrm .)f Hartford. Young Baldwin's yield to run for Congress In tho Fifth Ala- was 80 bushels to tho acre. lilTerllwnienti". 5c per line. cominiinlrtitloin will receive no bama District against J. Tom Hollln, Anonjnion Otis Kerchcr, Stato Agent of Boys' Mention tho noted Alabama orator. Catts Pig Clubs, camo down from Lexinggot but didn't carry a county, and ton to act ns Judgo of tho contest T3I23r3S01T3S3. few votes. CvwM.Tcrl&M.a. .. and his work was without partiality. C3 mid3rm.raa.oza' Soon after this ho moved from Talks were mndo to the boys by Mr. dle Alabama to southeast Alabama, Kerchcr, County Agent Urowder and close to tho Florida line, whoro ho Judge John B. Wllnon. Winners or FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12 L participated in politics, Booking of- the other prizes offered by business About flvo years men of Beaver Dam, Hockport, fice unavallingly. Apparent Is the father of words. ago ho moved Into Florida. Mntanzas nnd Hartford folHo announced himself as a canditwo birds with date for Governor In tho Democratic low: Tho man who kills Second Lconnrd Carson, Matan-zaone stone can't throw but six In Ken- primaries, but no one paid much atwinner of $5 suit of clothes givyear. tucky this tention to him, until ho began a State- en by Carson & Co., Hartford. Yield wide stumping campaign in which 64,1 bushels. ' We'll ho neutral with everybody ho urged Statewide prohibition and Third Hobart Tlnsley, Hartford. but turkey but high prices only can favored laws giving tho Stnto JurisII. 5, $5 cash, Bcavor Dam Deposit out of that scrap. keep us diction over religious schools, con- Bank, Beaver Dam. Yield, 60.0 vents and hospitals. bushels. Men's, Ladies'. Misses', Wmidcrliosc, and Among those that have been addThese issues were popular and on Fourth Mnurlco Chlnu, Beaver ed to the dry list are Michigan, Ore- tho face of the returns, he was nompriced from 15c fully guaran25c. Eacli Dam $3.50 pair of shoes, Fair & gon and the Louisville Times. inated by a 'few votes. The nomina- Co., Hartford. Yield, 00 bushels. give tion wus contested by S. V. Knott Fifth Lotus Carter, Matauzas, $3 6,000 beds went to the bed of the and in the recount by the Democratsea when tho Britannic, a hospital ic Committee, a number of Catts cash, Hockport Deposit Bank, HockK hlp, was torpedoed. It seems that votes were thrown out and Knott de- port. Yield, 54.42 bushels. Bock-por- t, Sixth Hulbert Crowder, trenches are as safo as beds. clared the nominee. $2.50 cash, Beaver Dam DeSupported by Tom Watson, tho fa- posit Bank, Beaver Dam. Yield, conAbout tho time Hughes was mous Georgia populist, Catts an- 50.25 bushels. When gratulating Wilson we were congrat- nounced himself as a candidate Hosiery we for Soventh Leland E. Carson, Hartulating a friend on his marriage. people In the general elec- ford, the buyers. You may buy ltouto 7, $1.00 watch nnd 50 Which do you think was the most tion and his religious Issue was again cents cash, J. B. Tappan, Hartford. hearty? give do satisfacmade prominent. The Democratic The following boys were awarded committee's nominee was repudiated $1.50 cash by .firms in the above namdo. Washington Democratic officials save In the city counties of Florida, think the American people fail to re- and Catts was elected by approxi- ed towns for a good showing: Irvln Christian, Olaton, ltouto 1; James R. we have had. alize the gravity of the trade war mately 10,000 Arotes. Wilson, Olaton, ltouto 1; Delbert that will follow the coming of peace Mr. Catts is about fifty years old, C. Men's in and in Europe. Judging from the wa and worked at various callings before Newcomb, Hartford, Route 5; J. Lymon Allen, the majority of them voted we don't taking up the ministry. Ho Is a pic- LIndley, Matauzas; Hartford, Route 5; Henry Carter, think so either. turesque and rugged character, apt Matauzas; W. It. Carson, Jr., Hartin to call a spade a sparie cither In the ford, Route 7. and black 80c and $1.05 The Adamson Law has been depulpit or the Governor's chair. .His oo clared unconstitutional by a Kansas friends i pair. declare ho must have polled BUY BELTS OF WAMPUM 1 City Judge. Gompers says tho brothmore votes than aro shown a fourth BELONGED TO PEXX j eight-hou- r THAT day, erhoods will have an on the face of the returns. .law pr no law. President Wilson has 8- INCORPORATED New York, Nov. 20. Purchase of j no election confronting him now and two treaty belts of wnmpunt given Hag in lLOXROX FOOD RULES FIX he should withdraw his white OltIP OX WHEAT AX1 MILK by Indians to William Penn, foundfavor of a policy of arbitration that er of Pennsylvania, was announced fairly to all concerned. Then will act A secret which HEAVER DAM DEPARTMENT. j from nil who knew them. London, Nov. 20. The Board of today by the Museum of tho Ameri- havo been betrayed. Mrs. Sha" if a strike Is insisted upon he should Nov. 22, Miss Elizabeth thousnud Mooro pero will always bo remembered by The Is committed to several patience with tho gang that Trade has begun work speedily un- can Indian, Huye Foundation. have no der the new food control regulations. belts, according to Information re- persons censes to bo a secret. Tho spent Sunday with her parents at her pleasant and kindly ways. Sh says law or no law. Irish secret servlco knew that a ris- their home near Rochester. was taken to LoulsvlUc for burial. Two orders have been Issued which ceived by the museum, were presentThose attending the danco at Tny- Mrs. Howard, of Owensboro, was Politics Is a necessary evil but no will come Into operation November ed to Penn on tho occasion of tho ing had been planned, but they did suspect It would take place to lor Mines Tuesday evening were Miss tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. Rex juan should be so partisan that the 27, dealing with wheat and milk. making of tho famous Film treaty not mote of prejudice Is permitted to Ono regulates the percentage of Hour nnd purchases of land from the In- Isoon. Indeed, at tho very moment es Eula Mulhnl), Anna Barnes nnd O'Flynn, from Friday till Monday. when tho rebellion begun a council Ella McKonncy, Messrs Omnr Mul-hal- l, ..Wind him to the good things done that may bo wilted from wlient, vary- dians at Shackamaxon in 10S2 or was actually being held in Dublin Charlie Oreenwell and Frank MARRIAOE LICENSE ISSUED 73 1CS3. ing for the different qualities from .by the other fellow. Moro especialVastlo to determine what steps should Barnes. SINCE OUR I.AST REPORT to 78 per cqnt, nnd stipulates that belts are similar to one now The ly Is this true In a small town liko be taken lo cope with the InsurrecMiss Myrtle Park was the guest of is after January 1 only flour made In In tho possession of the Historical So- tion when It took place. The sejjfartford where the citizenship Albert Stewart, Fordsville, to Avis may ciety of Pennsylvania and with It are her sister, Mrs. George Bruutou, and cemented with acquaintance among accordance with this schedulo cret service, I understand, expected Realty, Fordsville. bouquet is one thing, be used for the making of bread or believed to havo marked the conclu- the attempt at rising to bo made on Mr. Brunton last Sunday and MonA ourselves. Oscar A. Godsey, Olaton, to Clarday. sion of threo treaties between Penn deserved credit Is another. It Is not articles of food. White Monday. Tho San Snnci Club met with Mrs. ice Martin, Olaton. The milk order fixes a maximum and tho Indians. They were sold wo are throwing but bouquets that "The result was a state of S. C. Taylor, Beaver Dam, to Ethel Leo Barnes last Friday afternoon. A price nqt 'exceeding the price thnt at auction in England last July to wo do want to give tho deserved credthat Is almost incredible. delightful lunch was served to tho Inez Hunley, Echols. prevailed on November 15,, pr, alter- tho purchaser of tho Penn estnto at it to theclty officials who are taking Gen. Friend, who was In charge of following: Mesdames. Herbert RumWilbur Burch, Pattlesvllle, to Inez exPortland, England. moro prldo In tho streets of Hartford natively, that tho price may not the troops ceed by moro than a specified amount It Is claimed that by the giving pf country on in Ireland, had loft the mage, Claddle Austin, M. D. Hudson, Carter, Pattlcsvlllo. and giving them the repairs needed Easter Sunday, and was W. It. Cook, G. M. Burton, E. R. TayFrank Klrkcudoll, Centertown, la for several years. Let the good work tho price which prevailed In. the cor- theso belts tho Indians "pledged In England when he heard the nows lor, J. 11. Barnes; Misses Keener Na- Louisa Coffmuu, Centertown. responding month before the war, themselves to live In love with Wilgo on. Tho lord lieuten- pier, Anna Barnes and Ella McKcu-neErnest Wltham, Render, to Lul.i this amount being two pence a quart. liam Penn and his children so long of tho outbreak. ant had arranged to pay a visit to Clark .McIIenry. This order makes tho maximum prlco ns the sun and moon shall endure." THANKSGIVING 1AV. Belfast on olllclal affairs, and was Guy Snodgrass, Beaver Dam, (o SO The play which will bo given by tho a Ono stormy day in tho autumn of approximately six pence a quart. The making ready to start when tho newn Methodlht Church Thanksgiving, is Eillo Leach, Beaver Dam. NOTICE' TAX PAYERS. 1020, tho Mayflower, with a hundred order docs not apply to condensed camo to the viceregal lodgo thnt the progressing nicely, undciu tho direcPilgrims aboard, camo to anchor on or dried milk, or milk preparations. " There tion of Miss Znlcno Allen. Sinn Felncrs hnd revolted. SUGGESTS SUPREME COURT You should pay your taxes early the .shores of the wilderness now our nt Fairy House, was a AS .MODEL FOR TRIBUXAL penMiss Done Taylor was In LouIb-vlll- o and not only avoid tho rush but" 'great common country. Tho deterElectrical Exports.. and many of the ofltcers and soldiers last wool: with her aunt, Mrs. equipment alty, interest and cost as well. The wore there. Very few troops woro Exports of electrical mined and In somo respects most reNew York, Nov. 20. Tho United on Dec. 1st. Barrel, of Rockpnrt, shopping. ' markable of our earjy settlors lost during the month of August last penalties will bo added stationed In Dublin, tnd many men Mrs. Joo Woolrldge and two chil- States Supreme Court wub suggoutcd and as there aro four Sundays and $3,536,-73no tlmo In constructing huts and reached tho record total of woro on leuvow It Is said In Dublin today by Prostdant Nicholas Murray according to the Electrical tho 30th is a logal holiday you soe thnt if the rebels had known, thoy dren, of Mellenry, spent sovoral dnys clearing tho forosts for tholr. first with Mr. Tom Mulhnl! nnd family this Butlor, of Columbia University, as a you only havo 25 good paying day. crop In the new world. After severe World. The largest previous month could have taken Trinity College and model for an international court of " hardships the harvest was reaped was May, when tho value of eloctrl-ca- l Get busy, do it now and boat the tho headquarters of tho Irish com- wook. Justice. Dr. Butler'a ldoa wa outStato and county and others congoods shipped abroad was and mand with ease, thero woro so few lined in an address nt a luuahoon givor over $150,000 loss than cerned out of this oxtra cost. Keop 'orsoiiB ou tho premises to dofoud "The harvest which God thus gave FORDSVILLE ITEMS. en by tha World Court Longuo. It in your own pookot. Under the to this pious pooplo caused thorn to the August total. thorn."--S- t. Nov. 22. Mr. S. K. Allan was the John (I. Ervlno, In tho "What we mean by a court,, In the imroedlatoly nftor Doc. 1st, I 1915, lawv Compared with August, net apart another day for solemn guost of her duughtor, Mrs. Frank American sense, is ubsolutoly unNovember Century. will ho forced to lovy and advertlso thanksgiving to tho glorious Hoarer figures, those for 1910 take on a still Bennott, of Owensboro, Saturday and known In Europo," bald Dr. Butlor. brighter aspoct. In August, 1915, for all unpaid taxes, moro cost to of rrayers". Cotton Mather. Sunday. Business Si'holui'bhlp. "This Ikih been tho great obstacle In you, und troublo to myself. Let's exportTho harvest hud not been bountU the vnluo of electrical goods Wo have for sale, a scholarship, Jack Walltor, of Horso Branch, was our efforts to bring about tho eslab. and close tho fill but theso good people partook ed was $1,800,292, so that the Au- settle tho tax bills good for a comploto courso In either In town hist week. lihhment of a world tribunal. .of tholr wild turkoy dinner and cel- gust,. 1910, exports xvero practically matter up. Miss Altha Head, daughter of Mr. such a ourt Is modeled on our Thoscrocolvlng statements will Bookkeeping and Accounting oro ebrated with the snmo thankful spirit 100 por cent greater than those for Stenographers Courso In tho'Owens-bor- und Mrs. Ben Head, ol this place, died Supremo Court wo can hardly hope every lino pleaso return same to me with their as though dume fortune's golden August, 1915. In almost Business & Industrial College. last Wodiiusdny night at S o'clock-o- f for its successful establishment. gmllf hnd constantly pluyed among tho August, 1915, exports were great- remittances. For particulars apply at Republican that dreaded disease tuberculosis. "In German administrative circles Respectfully yours, them. It was perpetuated In othor er than thoso of a yenr previous. ofllco. tf She wus 18 years old and a moinber thoyldea of a body of Judges sitting S. O. KEOWN, S. O. (J. During the firbt eight months of IStb and thus did the Plymouth State of the Senior class, and one of 1U free from all adnitulstratlvo Influo 'Colony flrot establish the custom of the current year electrical exports brightest pupils. We extend to tho ences and giving their judgment Geo. X. Kirk Dies. Rebellion. observing our American Thanksgiv- have had u valuo of $23,528,023 In Mr. Oeorgo N. Kirk, of Hartford, family our sympathy lu this, tho loss against the government urt our Judge- "When tho history of the Irish with $14,970,659 and comparison ing Day. again and ngalu havo done, Is inconIs written I suppose people Routo 5, died at his homo tho 21st, of their loved ono. Its Nntiounl celebration in recpgnl-lio- n $13,051,509 during tho correspondas a result of injuries received by Mrs. Rex O'Flynn anil 'Mrs. E. P. ceivable 1914 re- will nollco particularly how completeof the. year's blessings, however ing periods of 1915 and "To point out to European governly it surprised everyone, even the of being thrown from a horso about ono Rodgers went to Owensboro shopping spectively. was first recommended by proclamaments and peoples tho successful opSaturday. exports to flclaU who had fears of Us happen- week previous. Estimates based on the tion of President Lincoln in 1803. Erminu Fuquu had an operation eration of the United States Supremo any I do not It has since been observed annually August 31 last place tho 1910 ex ing. company imaglno thnt whom of performed on his eye lust week. Ho Court Is tho reasonable and pcrsua-slv- o Arc Latnpi Disappearing. I of volunteers larg-- j that and usually falls on tho lust Thurs- ports at over $35,000,000, tho d program that la sot beforo us." Is getting along nicely. With tho advent of tho evening had day in November. est year In tho history of American saw' on' Easter Sunday Theodore Marburg, formerly AmerMr. A. J. Wilson and family rethat thero was to Incandescent electrio lamp tho future J tho slightest Idea good,s. The attempt to change the duto manufacture of electrical of tho ordinary inclosed arc lamp an turned from a visit to .friends nnd ican Mtnlstor to Belgium, said the bo a rebellion on tho following morn-luthis year failed and next Thursday alms of tho World Court Louguo and I know thnt tho Countess Mark-ovlt- z la commercial product dwindled away, relatives In Loulsvlllo Friday. Teams "Wanted. has been set aside by President WiSimon Smith with his trained horso of tho League to Enforce Peace wer awaro of tho proposed according to tho Electrical World. was ncjt Wo want 10 to 15 teams to haul lson as the day to gtvo thanks for actually began, and Ordinary tungsten lamps of tho va has returned homo for the winter. not In conlllct. tho past year's blessings. Unfor- stone on Hartford and Beaver Dam outbreak until It The town was grently shocked ono volunteer who did cuum typo hnd been competing with tunate things that havo befallen us road at once. Must havo rock beds I know of HARTFORD PRESSING CLUB. V Apply not know of what xvos about to toko tho Inclosed arc lamp, hut not with Sunday morning from tho death of yards of stone. It is tho to hold 1 need not bo considered. Clothes cleaned and pressed. Rethe sound of rlflo tho degree of success that has attend- Mrs. Abu Shnpcro, who was found place until ho heard day for thinking only of tho good. to It. U. Martin. d unit. This new typo dead In bed. Mr. and Mrs. Shnpcro pairing. ed tho Satisfaction guaranteed. flfo. It. 11. MA11TIN, Somo have much to be thankful for that the strictest of luinn has superseded tho ordlim- - wero tho only Jows lu town, thoy hav- Work cnllcd for and delivered. Shop "It Is obvious W. 8. DEAN, this year, others buvo lees, but It Is eocrecy ns to intention had to bo 'ry inclosed arc lump for both street ing resided hero for a number of over Ohio County Bottling Worns. JNO. B WILSON. well that the day coinos for It causyears, and hud won lovi and respect 42tf ED. NALL, I op. preserved, otherwise tho plan would and factory lighting. Committee. es frowns to bi elicited for tlu time. ATOjISON .1. HARNETT Editor I WT6. TIXSLHV,.. Business Manager I I lr -..-1- 33 n, s, vety&ooif Jbuifs tJfrem Youths' to teed to Children's pair satisfaction. PHOENIX HOSIERY! be-fo- ro customers ask Phoenix know they are thoughtful cheaper hose, but they not the tion that Phoenix Same quality always white, black gray, at 55c per pair. Ladies' white at HA per wjbjb op CARSON & CO. Hartford, Ky. i X unpre-parednc- ss y. race-meeti- 5, Un-lt'- fs s In-lund'- gas-fille- g. , I gas-fille- -- :.. , Important . . - News! a q Diiiniiiiiiiiiiiii M MJ ans ay And thai city sets the world 's fashions m Will pay 80 cents In Flour for good bread Corn, 75 cents canh. Will let yon have Hour at market pIcc. ELLIS MILLING CO. Hartford, Ky. 20t4 Iost A small suit raso containing liaby clotlips.a cold bracelet and lock-between Heaver Dam and J. W. Hocdcr's. Uetttrn to J. W. Hoctlcr aiid Up rccclvo a reward. Dr. II. F. Tlcbcnor, who lias had olllccs over tlio Ohio County Drug Co.'a storo for several years, has moved Into tlio oinco fitted up In tlio rear of James It. Williams' drug store. When lit need of any new Furnl-tur- o don't forget the storo with a full line at lowest prices. ot STRAY (Uy STREAKS. t Fluke McFluko.) of all tho pockets In my old igs now in iifo showed thnt I missed having my portion Just $40.75. To him that hath not the same shall be given, but tho question is, when? Treasury Department reports that there Is $41.18 cash, per capita in circulation. My wife told me this n in., that a diligent soarch Tho V. 8. The Overcoat or Suit You Want Must Be Here. i $12.50, $15, $18, $20. Any of these prices will fur- nish you a good, serviceable, dressy SUIT or OVERtOAT. If you want to pay more, we have them. If you want to pay less, ! I ACTON mtos, fl9t2 Hartford, Ky. If opportunity only carried a sledge hammer when sho knocks upon our doors a fow of us might be sufficiently awakened to at least Invito her lu. About 99 out of each 100 fail to keep old Miss Opportunity when she does allow herself to bo embraced for the reason that the giddy old damo doesn't wear balls and chains. Tho ono has moro pluck and sense than tho 99 and therefore the old girl lakes up with tho one for life. "This year's Rlylc9 tlcmnnd thnt the dress be lifted when Milady steps the curb or stair or enters her car. Hence, her hosiery becomes n fashion essential." Hosiery fashion is but another name for 59 m Al bird hunts ono day and then See the Ulel Eurppeon liotiery atIea at works a half day. What was that? Em Vkooiery Did you a r'.c what ho did on tho other 133 SF-"-?- ) DEALERS NAME Mr. W. G. Ucnnett and daughter, half? Oh, ho Just bird hunts on the Miss Esther, who havo been making WMWBMBMM their home hero for some time, left halves too. Tuesday for St. Petersburg, Fla., to Now If tho U. S. Government will spend the winter. They will likely only Issue somo sort of bulletin and return hero next spring. tell us Just what the per capita soup The tax rush has begun nt the bean circulation amounts to and will a Sherlff'o offlco and several extra as- kindly deliver ours we sho will be sistants will likely be employed next some thankful. dull-finis- h week taking care of the business. Wo beg your pardon, but If Mr. This will be necessitated by the con- Johnson had .only turned his atten vening of Circuit Court. . of tater-wls- o tion toup heanward-lnstca- d we feel that It would have been Gadsden Mr. Hoy Hennett, of tho Evening Journal, Gadsden, Ala., is better for the majority of us. spending a fow days with his par-ien- ts We looked out' of the window the Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hennett, o Mr. Hennett recently suf- other day and saw our old friend, Equality. fered a slight Injury from a fall and Heg Cascbler climbing the ladder of is recuperating, visiting his relatives fame. Yes, Heg had a bucket of paint and friends at tho samo time. Hoy In one hand and a brush in the other. Is a graduate of tho University of Tho ladder has been made famous Missouri, Department of Journalism for the reason that Heg rarely ever and has been doing good work in his condescends to go up a ladder and work. Ho usually (Joes that on some chosen profession. innocent fellow being. After an impresslvo funeral ser vice conducted by Itev. H. W, Napier Our idea of a true blue, cut to tho In the Hartford Methodist church at quick, dead game duck is a guy who tho ten o'clock Saturday morning hides behind a door or something of ! remains ot Editor Hcber Matthews I tho sort 40 feet away, with a 44 cal burled in Oakwood cemetery. I were iber Hos8 pistol gripped rigidly In ;The presence of a large number of both hands and tries to Induce a slen friends attested to the popularity of der youthful lady to storm a smoke tho 'dead newspaper man, as did tho house and club a supposed meat thief floral offerings. Hurial services were out, under tho guise that he, the said by tho A company of Hoy Scouts lias been appropriately conducted dead 'game, gallant duck would shoot organized In Hartford with Rev. IJ. Hartford Macabee lodge. the lllllu ou ten tho aforesaid bacon w. Napier as Scout Master. of Chief purlolncr on the run. (For particu Under tho supervision VIII DA V, NOVUMIlEn 21. Captain and Mrs. Clarenco II. Hurton some badly needed repairs lars tee R. H. Rlloy). Shown, of Itoute 3, are tho parents nre being made on the Hartford the Jeweler, says Dr. Tappan, girl, born Sunday. streets. The grade on Jlaln street Ij., II. & ST. L. It. It. TIMIJ TAIH.K. tit a seven-poun- d , leading to the brldgo has beeu re- when certain fellows come Into his p m. No. 113 due at Ellmltch 8:32 Mra. Anna. F. Matthews qualified Did you get No. 110 duo at EllmltcU 7:30 a.m. as administratrix of tho estate, ot He- - surfaced and repairs Iiave been made placo he sets a watch. Washington that? Well, read It again. Mulberry and on . 3:40 p.m. No. 112 Lv. EllmltcU her Matthews, deceased, on November streets. Main street, along the busAr. Irvlngton . . 5:35 p.m. 1'Dth. Our "wife says In order to keep iness section has felt tho touch of the p.m. Lv. Irvlngton . . 5:56 A full lino of Progress Hot Dlast cleaner's brush several times during peace in tho family (It will take only Louisville . 7:40 p.m. Ar. Heaters, Cook Stoves and Ranges the last fow months and presents a n moment) from now on sho expects No. Ill Lv. Louisville . S:35 a. m. on display at Acton Dros., Hart- better appearance for the experience. to count tho beans served In each Ar. Irvlngton .10:06 a. m. 1812 ford, Ky. bowl of soup, and divide them equalLv. Irvlngton .10:40 a.m. ly betwixt mo and tho kids. J. C. Her will pay 30 cents per Ellmltch . . . 1:04 p. in. Ar. yellow butter and pound for good M., II. & K. K. K. TI.MI3 TAIH.K. y Captures White Raccoon. "35 cents per dozen for eggs p8(uth Dound, No. 11C Ma'dlson, Ind., Nov. 20. noy Tln-gl8:45 a. m. and Always In tho maiket for Duo at Hartford farmer boy, this morning found a WHEAT, North Dound, No. Hon. Alvls S. Hennett, Louisville, large snow whito raccoon in one of GOOD DRY CORN. 5:55 p. m. has been visiting relatives and Duo at Hartford his steel traps eight miles north of Highest market Price. (Doth "Mixed Trains.) friends in and around Hartford hero. Ho succeeded In taking his 2)tS Heaicr Dam Milling Co. past week. captive alive. White raccoons are An enjoyable danco was given nt rare in this locality. The pelt of this Tavlor Mines Tuesday night. Sev- one is moro llko wool than fur. Personal News eral guests from Hartford and Beav Ci er Dam wcro present. GOES TO COKUltKSS IN REJECTS HIS OWN AEROPLANE and Social Euents, Mr. Logan Folix and wffb and Mrs. OOL ItlDH FOR TOHACCO Sarah Hennett, of Owenshoro, are Washington,' Nov. 20. O. D. visiting friends and relatives In Hart-lor- d All bids for tho tobacco pool of nioakloy, of Franklin, Pa., and community. Associathe Farmers' mado an aeroplano Tho November aoMlmi of Ohio Cir, Mr. and Mrs. Forest niddlo, of tion: wore rejected by tho Association flight from Philadelphia to Washingbegin Monday. cuit Court will yostorday to bo Utica, arrived horo pilotnt Owenshoro. Altho the bids receiv- ton y In his own M. L. Iloavrln was In Fordavlllo tho guests of Mr. O. L. Hlddlo and ed were not made publto It was stat- ed by Sergt. William C. Ocker, of tho Wednesday. fow days. Mrs. Ulddlo for a on logal business last ed by olhclals of the organization I'nlted Stntea army. Mr. Dlcakley Hough itlvor lodgeNo7"il0, IC. of that tho prices offered wore ridicu- declared ho was "tho first man to Mrs. s7 J. Wadding spent Iat wook-on- d visiting relative In Dun- P., will give an old fashloneU "pos- lously low. The bids were received como to Congress by noroplane." sum" supper to its membership on yostorday. About two hours were consumed in dee o-- o Tuesday evening, December 12. tho actual flying, and ono stop was and lot In HartFor Sale Hoiif.0 V. Ambrose Dead. HartforrTeiffNoTooTK". 07 T. M., mado In the. suburbs ot Baltimore. ford. Cheap at $350. Apply at this Mr. W. C. Ambrose, of Uoda, died Tho machine circled Washington 13tt will entertain tho wives and lady olllco, several times beforo friends of tho members and also tho at his home Wednesday evening, at Monument J. ;C. CasulTlor has openoH a pool Lady Maccabees on tho evening of about 4 o'clock. Mr, Ambrose had alighting. on Cenroom In. .tho ' been In ill health for soino timu past, Decomber 7. ter street, to his advanced age. Inventh Corn Iliirtcstw. A tclograhffroiir Nashville an- duo lu tho main soldier, $2,500 hn7T)eon"ap7)ropirIntcd for nounces the birth of William David Deceased was an Loxington, Ky., Nov. 21. Court-lan- d repairs. on tho Uoaver Dam plkfe. The King, sou of Mr. ami Mrs. W. 1). having served thru tho greater part Leer, of Lexington and Paris, for-tuwork has begun. now King was coronat- of tho Civil war. Ho had resided who soveral years ago made a King. The In tho community during the greater nut of a combination ledged ho flTuiini'iTntTof ncar.Pleaa, ed Wednesday night. Mr. A. part of his Ilfo and was highly re- invented and patented, has just intint Ridge, was lu Hartford on busiTho pupils of Goshen school will spected lu the community. Hurial a corn harvester, which promTuesday. ness last present "All a Mlstako," a comedy In will tako place at Heulah Church vented till a long-fe- lt want and make ises to Improved Hartford "and The three acts, Saturday night, Novem- burying grounds, at 10 o'clock to- its iuvontor rich. Tho machine, which road will bo opened foi gen- ber 25. Admission 20c and 15c. day, Is fashioned on tho disc principle, eral travel next Monday. HOY FOREMAN, Teacher. recently cut ten when given a try-oair. S. C"IIensoii, Btato Deputy Don Tlchenor'a Restaurant offers THREW HIS CORK LEO acres ot corn in nine hours without FlfgMarrhal, of Clay, was In town tho best service for tho monoy found TO A DROWNING GIRL a hitch. Mr. Leor Is having his new last Friday and Saturday. In town. When you wish something Invention nmnufactured by au AkSpeMurysvlllo, Cal. Even a cork leg ron, O., firm, preparatory to putting Kor Hale or Trade Nfifo Maro and good to eat go to Tlchcnor's. Colt. Addrass Dll J- - S. I1EAN, Hart- cialties for hungry pcoplo during Cir Is a blessing rather than a handicap It on tho market. Htf cuit Court. . , ford, or Horse Hrnnch. Ky. , .at times. Miss Mary De Frlest, of M&-ndB JnckfeoVGlbbs, of Rockj Los Angeles, Is alive because How- - TKACI1KRS AND PARENTS of tho shlimioiU-oTn'irkiDig Mrs. Annie ORGANIZED SATURDAY choicest Fruits, Cranberries, I'ollery, port, has unnouiicod tho coming mar- 'ard'C. Crolghton, a Civil waivveterdaughter, Mary Louise, nil who was fishing ou tho bank of nt Iter's. riage of her &c just received In splto of tho busy season quite a to Mr. Ollvor W. Kirltpatrlclc. Tho tlfo Sacramento river when tho girl's Money to loan on "first class patrqns of will bo solemnized ut the boat overturned, unstrapped his ar- - number of real oatato. From live to martiuno Friday terms see or wlntor homo of Mrs. Glhbs, 1951 tlllclal limb and throw it If 'or, hoop. ' Martfqrd College were hero organl-sotwejity years. For ii Loulsvlllo. Ky.. at ten lug tho girl afloat until Creightoii'. ror the' school rally and the wrlto W. H. PARKS, Hnrtford. Urook Street. Asso 'zatlon of tho Parcut-Teadjcr- s' could rebcup her. l8t; o'clock n. in., November 2'J. Ky. " m bl$,ck Black Cat Hose B Messrs. nnrrass and Hcavrln nro remodeling tho building adjoining tho Mr. Star Theater building,-wher- e Nelson, of tho Blue Front Grocery, will open up when completed, so we are informed. The Interests of tho Hartford Ice Company havo boon purchased by W. 10. Ellis & Ilrothers and the business will likely ho conducted under the firm natno of tlio Hough Hivcr Im Co., in tho future. we can furnish you. IE Besides tliis fine brand of Hosiery, we have beautiful line ot Xadies' Boots in kid or patent leathers, which "are'tho correct wear for all who are cater- This Store Is the Overcoat And Suit Store Of The Green River Country. e If H H f Our manufacturers inform us that shoes are soaring higher every day, and no prospect for lower prices, but ,wc are prepared to show a splendid stock at ing to style. I I ! May be you don't believe it. Come and investigate to your en We are anx- ious to show you. We will leave u I tire satisfaction. Better see us, and remember thnt it pays to trade with a practically the old prices. l the buying all with you. house that saves you money. a?Q . i I E. P. Barnes & Bro. -- Beaver Dam, Kentucky. !1 Hartford Republican. Telephones on Farms at Sic J&fej 1 Low . o, Rates lit 3 yW dur-Ing't- ho p" v I i --- f If there is no telephone on your farm write for our Free booklet telling how you may get Service at 50 cents per month and up. A postal will do! Address:- (P B H to-da- c 1 " , Farmers' Line Department. tsiiraEienaua i iepwme mi Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. HPh 1 8rJLTt& vWiKSfl Nail-buildin- g BOX 119, OWENSHORO, KY. elation. Invitations were sent to all ot the parents out in tho county who have children In tho school and those who came were served an excellent lunch by the ladles of the Methodist church in tho church base ment. Tho morning was spent In going In the through the school building. nfteruoon the student body was marched to tho court house where I'rof. "It. P. Green, of tho Western Normal, delivered an address that was very Instructive nnd appreciatMr. Marvin ed by the audience. Hoover, teacher of tho Washington school, brought his pupils in for tho occasion as did Miss Vernn Miller ot Tho tho West Hartford district. business houses of tho town were closod for u short time whO all attended the rally. Aseoclatlon A Parent-Teachers' Cen-terto- ut was organized with W. II. Barnes, president; Miss Gorln Foner, Secretary, and Mr. Owen Hunter, treasurer. Twenty-tw- o members were, enrolled. Tho first regular meeting will bo held at tho school building Monday evening, December 4, wheu Miss Llda E. Gardner, ot tho State Hoard ot Education, will make an ' , out-of-to- Tho following patrons of tho school werq guests of local business men at lunch Friday: Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Mr. and Mrs. Alncy Tlchenor, Mrs. DoWItt, Mr. and Mrs. son, Mr uud Mrs. Frank Mrs. A. M. Daruott, tree, Mrs. Hial, Mrs. aud daughtor, Mrs. Da E. Rhodes, Mrs. Jat J nines Ralph, Mrs Napier, Prof R P address. -- r t"' ! cent protein, 30 per cent tho Inferior and mcdlocro grades ot material and 10 per cent rat nnd ash cattlo that c6nstltulo too largo n per-im- d Is said to ho about 00 per cent ccntngo of tho stuff now reaching HOTEL digestible Little dqllnlto oxpcrlmen market. tal data nro nvallublo excopt from , It Is an accepted axiom that the Herman sources. A few American profit Is In tho gain. It correspond er and keep clean longer than whon farmer have fed It successfully. with Jho motto or Transportation Spe- - m MIlklnK Cows Completely. Some of the Amorican oxporlmont clallslo that tho money is In tl Important to milk cows com- tho polish is put directly o;i tho dlr It la TIip straps, meaning passengers who are stations havo used it a little pletely. Milk loft in tho udder nt ty iron. When It Is necessary to leave food principal objection Is that stock do not furnished seats, milking porlod remains tliero un,eo til the next. Comploto milking will on tho stovo or In the ovon and "get not scout to relish It ir fod In nmounu ' Profits In handling scrub line stock X Or AMERICAN rceult In getting from-- n half pint to busy," in some other rmrt of the ovon ns high as 10 per cent of tho ra - Is tiuostionablo nnd possible only dur high ot abnormally a pint more milk nt ono milking dur- house, try making usoof the nlnrm tlon. Tho general conclusion from Ing periods city where food hottli In ing the lacterntlon period. Th'o mor? clock to wnrn you when tlmo Is up. nvailnblo German reports Is that prices. If cnttlo raising is to be abound, "" tht Powhatan htidi Uii n cow is mndc to produce tho more Slightly wind and set It for 15, 20 or dried browcrs' yca3t Is not rcllshod placed on n permanently stnplo basis lltt.w any number of minutes later. With by cows and must ho fed with can - tho present Bystem must bo nbnndon- she la of keeping up tho capable It it first Injht heartact itl countrymen,"' milking Is thls device your mind is free to put 'tlon, whllo for hogs its valuo Is very ed. Incomplete close to that of meat meal, hut It Tho management of the Internai Jubt as detrimental to tho possible on tho work in hand. Hero Is the best way of freshening must likewise ho fed with caution, tional Llvo Stock Imposition Is experformance of a cow as careless sysploiting an idea that Is slowly gaintems of exercise aro to an athlete salt pork so that It cannot he dls- ing ground. Education is a prover- Give tho Homo n Steady Job. who Is training tor physical strength tlngtilshed from fresh meat: SUco, It and cover with hot water. Add endurance. horso eats moro thnn a hired hlally slow process and progress Is o and tcaspoonful of baking soda nnd mau. You don't have to pay him i tained only by persistent endeavor Sufficient tlmo should bo takon to even If so allow- It to stand over night. This Is ,i.e horse) wages but you have 'o To Insure maximum profits at ma- milk tho cows completely, good- to know when fresh meat is j)uy nig 8U0Cg nn,i harness, and pay '"Him cost in the sphero of meat pro- Sht Towliatan it refine, exmuch other work on tho .farm cannot clusive, and tcilful. Its excel his doctor bills when ho gets sick, ductlon is tlio mission of tlio intcr- extra tlmo hard to obtain. A little he accomplished. lent location on Pennsylvania A great convenionco in tho kitchen At present pices of grain and hay, It! national IAvo Stock Exposition. That Avenue, ISth and II Streeti, required to work and manipulate thj makes it a desirable lieadquar amount is a bucket of ashes n saturated with 'costs at least $100 a year to keen n' mission is primarily designed to l usual udder by hand lets for bridal couples, toutlit ! .1 sfs xl1 n klnvv u..u ftnl ... i parties, conventions, Schools and benefit tho producer, Incidentally it ,...ui ... TiAli .. (li a oa.u ,,... n Th0 expend ot keeping four horso joI milk has been obtained will pay , colleges. put a spoonful or so of tho mixture jhorsC3 , al)0ut tho 8nmo ag UliU or will work to tho udvonlage of the dividends and often makes a profit The Towhatan "attracts " the on tho kindling beforo starting the keeping a good farmhand. On every carrier, tho manufacturer and the people of culture and education. where otherwise there would have Its proximity to State, War and fire. A few pieces of brick, kept In farm tho hired man is expected to consumer, consequently Its succor Navy Departments, alio to many 4jen a loss. interest, points of historical a deep pan, may bo saturated with work every day. On too many farms Is desirable from many angles. It Is important, too, that cows bo keroscno makes this hotel especially at and used for tho same pur- tho horse loafs about half the time. From a utilitarian standpoint tho tractive to a discriminating pubperiods. The milked nt regular lic In North Dakota, for instance, tho International Live Stock Exposition, milking ought to be done at as near pose. The Powhatan otters rooms Add turpentine to stovo blacRlns experiment station figures that horses which will this year be held at Chiwith detached bath at $1.50, night and morning us the same hour, $2.00 and up. Rooms with pricago from December 2 to 9, stand jiossiblo. Tho more equally the 21 to soften it. It will take an excel - nre busy only about five months out vate bath, Ji.50. $3.03 and up. "9rite for booklet with raipj of 12. The rest of tho tlmo they in the front rank of tlio World's edwhich tho milk- lent polish. Jiours arc divided in CLITFORD M. LEWIS. Smokeless griddle cakes are made nre not earning anything, but eat the ucational institutions and no farmer ing If done twice tho moro uniform Manager, trill be the quality of tho milk pro- by rubbing a raw potato over tho profits right out of the owner's pock- or stockmen can afford to stay away. O O e duced. For example, if milking Jake griddle Instead of greasing it. The et. Tho remedy lies in diversificaTHE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, tion. The moro different kind of place at 6 o'clock In the morning, the cakes will brown just as well. If you haven't a convenient placo crops you raise the moro industries THE SATURDAY EVENING POST iiext milking time should bo as near C o'clock In the afternoon as possl-J-Ifor the ironing board, nail two large you will have on tho farm tho bet and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN Wlsll tO SCCUrO tllO SPUrO tillrO Of rt 3 .iwa na ..If milking Is delayed tho cows spools to tho wall, or on tho lusido v., ft,,, I.orc la), .in. ..w.v I...JU. uu ..nil .... H, become uneasy and the of the kitchen closet door, ns far man labor Is distributed. As Di- - man or woman to act as local repre frequently irregularity may cause considerable apart ns the middle of 'the board. rector Thomas Cooper says. "There sentative In Hartford and vicinity, . Slip tho board between them, little Is less work for tho horses In tin looking after the renewals of their pain. BuucriiHiousm mis suction. seasons that aro tho busiest on all "" Very heavy milkers sometlmo3 have end down. To give clothes a beautiful gloss grain farms, and there is work for and Introducing theso publication to he milked three times Instead of to now readers. Payment will be .twice n day to relieve the pressure like now goods, add a little sugar to j the horses when there is no work for a a ii tho cooked starch. horses on tlio nil craln farm." An made In salary and commission. Pre-- 1 g on the udder. M r tpnm ia hist ns much loss tn thu vloU3 OXperletlCO Is deslrablO but not Tut rliPfiSA ninth Into llttln snnnroa lilln The operation of milking is one of ri . -iJ the most critical on the farm and and put in each a "drawing of tea." fnrmer ns to tho city teamster who essential, tor uetaus aaoress, witu IB M references. Box 054, THE CTKTIS .much of tho success of a dairy de- Make enpugh at a time to last a week drives his rig at so much per da PUBLISHING COMPANY, Independ- pends on doing it In a proper man- and then In the hurry of preparations Farm Life. enco Square, Philadelphia 17t2 for a meal the correct measure of ner. Farm Life. sffzPBnrLMiiaWsJJpTLiM tea Is right at your hand. This A Ycnr of Short Crops. method also saves labor in dishwash- Crops are small this year ns com-- 1 Ask Tho Soil. l OUAKANTKKI) SKUV1CK There has been a lot of talk re- ing. as thero are no mussy leaves ,)arC(i with last, taking tho country One hundred per cent It and grounds to dispose of, but only a over. Tho total production of wheat cently about "Asking the IMg." J i vuluo. Special work for W. 1 seems that feeders aro Just learning bag to be thrown In n garbage can. tilts year is estimated at Gl 1.000,000 When you need only a few drops btisliels against 1,012,000,000 S O. w. hi'.t that a pig may come nearer knowI XV. .P STEVENS, average of "its ing what lie needs to eat In order of lemon juice It is economy to peei.yt.ar an,i a H. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. to grow the most pounds per day tho lemon as you would an orange, 000,000. Corn makes u somouha' Representing Continental than scientists had ever dreamed. using what Is needed and putting tho i,cttor showing, with an estimate The "cafeteria" plan has been popu- remaining section aside. Tho un- - yield this year of -- 2,710,000,000 bush-use- d Marble & Oranlte Co. pulp will keep for somo time. 0ls against a, .00 0,0 00 Inst ear, lar in restaurants tor some time, but now farmers are learning that the .vhereas when cut In halves or across nd a avoiage ot 2,732,000.-th- o end it will not. 000. Tho oat crop Is lai.OOO.OOO llcn is not only popular with tho To keep salt In tho saltcellar from bushels, .against 1.G40.000 last year, jiigs in the feed lot, but that it is quite profitable. Balancing' the ra becoming damp place a few grains Barley balls off 53,000,000 bushels: h to tion is a bit of calculation that han of rlco with it. A pinch of corn- - ryo more than 7,000,000; Irish IK oti want Iuu Furrecd t now added to the shaker full of toes, 41,000.000 bushels, and sweet, nliat liisfe u In Xv inern nnd Itxlus-t-n. worried a great many agricultural new in iitVontinn anil rrlrnr. Tho students whllo In college, but it ia ?alt will have the bame effect. Farm potatoes, 5,000,000 bushels. nut of tlic rut, get on the llrme line. Read " 'applo crop Is 9,000,000 barrels small- a very simple process for a pig if he Life. ' sV BBlSl3EadBlrHuil i fisiJalv . lw3 a chance. "Ask the Pig" aper than lust year. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Selecting An Otclnird Site. On tho other hand, the tobacco j peals to feeders because thero is a Dissolved in water for douche (top ; Tho orchard site should be high crop Is larger than last year's whole lot of good sense In tho three pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam-raatioi ml rolling. words. Recommended fay LydU E, It should bo higher 03,000,000 pounds, nnd the cotton tho most Interestinga nnd useful midline, and tne biccsl tiionr) Mortli. Kcti uiunia Pinkham Med. Co. for ten yenrj. Now I am thinking about another than the surrounding ground In the crop by 000,000 hales. The rlco crop 300 Picture 300 Article A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, question that needs to bo asked. How vicinity. This sort of a locatlou af- - Is larger by nearly 4,000,000 bush- - all for onlr 15 cents. All the new Ideas ami sore throat and tore ye. Economical. iincnticins and wirclcn. In (Wanna .n fwnnLl.t abouftho asking tho soil? It needs 'ords air drainage, one Of the most J els.and tho hay crop by a million aiitniimlillcs In electricity In tlioptrork anil H.I ettr.OftHn.nr SOe, .w. nnil aenplines. all dnjjrid,. nt tutn.i.1 lSarle TtMiP.iteoTo3rtCmipany.nj.loii.Klm. hi to be fed just as well as the pig In mportant factors in fruit produc- tons. All of these crops aro above in farming, iuhI in machinery. VtmJ. Fr. J 1 low to make tbinzs t liom. tO pazrt ertTY t average excopt cotton, order to be most profitable. Thero tion. The orchard should be locat tho roullrrliouMS, month, imlud ntf refrlfr-.tor- s, furniture, autouiouile .hop repairs, etc. are a lot of razor back farms that ed on high ground so that tho cold which Is 2,500,000 bales short. Is full Summing up, It may be said that It It written of plain Lnchth for men and Mens. vould look quite different on short air being heavier will settle to the bojs. fn is OVER 65 YEAflS' order if the old fields could only get lower levels. Therefore the higher hay is tho singlo Importation excep15 Cent o Copy ? 1.50 a Yeer EXPEr.lCNCE out to one corner of the place and ground is less liable to, lato spring tion to tho small yield ot food and Cet it from a newsdealer or write direct to Fourth A c., N.V. l'opularbcltnce Moothly, Jielp themselves to somo things that frosts. feed crops. Tho farmer who has to PPCJ7 Y.rita.pjlr.Ur..KixlIc.llnifl they have been starving for. Level ground with good water buy bread hlnihelf or grain for his FivLCi Ur ottjff aai ncatJ.a tUs saptr. easy to Imagine some of these drainage woll elevated abovo the sur- llvo stock within tho next 12 months It is Jean old farms going up to a big rounding country is an Ideal location is going to have to pay good prices with all the different com- for an orchard. Abrupt hillsides for It. Southern Agriculturist. MeM:iayfla Tnrir Marks Ucsicno partments filled with land food. The should bo avoided because of the diffCopyrigmto&c. ! one that this old farm would root iculties encountered In spraying, tillinitnnn- ,T AnrnnflKiil' ijn. e' Who M:ilcs Foi tunes. Fin inei'h ulrkly ru nfilliur iut r,r ' i J.li.Cnmrn'tnt' .4 ' JtiTeiiMon isrr into first und the one that would have age, bud harvesting. Once In a whllo somo lucl;y furm-o- r I ., 'UOOK oil tlucjti m IKMiSKtrw.llrr .1 jenlfn-B- . l nr "irpsilen'.. o Avoid soils underlaid with ltanlpan gets a clmnco to "eloan up" a to ho refilled nioit ofton would be tho ritCI.IStjl.-l- l '!.' !' ft Co. Iwulvo IjntlMnntl", n " 'it ' irt--, j. tho ono marked "ground limoslone." cloo to tlio surface. Soils boat on a singlo crop. We heard of From nearly overy county in Indiana adapted for apples may vary from n such a case during recent trip to Scientific: except one the soil chemist of the rich sandy loam to n clay loam, tho east. The favored individual to AJWHitsomclj'tllii-lrx'i.- l e'r fHr, 1llnssreat fl ft riiul. UL ' J Ml'l. UUUililll t I ony .er. Purdue Exper'n'eiit Station says that Plums and cherries usually do best a New Jersoy potftlo grower. He rMTS l"ur rai ii i s H. .i jia li,, ..M on a medium loam and peachee on' bad 900 acres In puds this 'ar. Its FARM LANDS 80 per ri "t nerd lime. and City Jlesldonces grmo '(' ui'i' ituGMions may h . oil ranging from a sandy nature imd Vl'CjbiK''- - "U. W ,' 'I . I) '" crop. He big record-breakin- g aro now selling at a low cost, by the soil. eanly The to a medium clay loam. in New . is now selling Ills potatoes but don't expect It to bo so alTrees should be planted on a strong York at a fancy price, owing to the one tbn " t!i it u groat many soils ways. If you over expect to own wli'i to t 11 most U how dearly they "ill, a soil previously planted to ,mall yield lu all parts of the counjour farm or your home now In lore linn "oitf If given a chance cultivated crop to put It lu good try, lie sajs be can afford to retire the time to buy. they will .i1m be glad to show how condition. It also has the tendency ou the profits he Hill make from well placd they aro not only with to eliminate the weds. this single crop. Such a combination WR HAVE several farms listed In Ohio county and thoy can 1" two or three tone of ground limestone The field should be plowed and of big acreage, big yield, und high. had for reasonable prices and per acre, hut with 200 to 800 pounds disced before setting out tlio orchard. prices, do not coino often to any of liberal torms. It wo do not of acid phosphate, eight or ten tone This will materially help the phy- us. Wo knew a mau uonr Chicago havo tho particular farm you do- - MeCALL PATTERNS 00- -' manure, or a greou legume crop sical condition of tho soil. of who suld ho made $40,000 on a Ccicbratca lr style, perfeet fit, slmpllilty snl slro wo will mako offorts to got ttirnod under once In two or three j Fnll planting is host, whon tho aero Hold of onions a few ears ago. I reliability r.arly 40 f"s. hoM In nearli ercry city and town In the Umtcil Miles ant It for you. yours until fertility is again Imok climate will permit. Tho trees liavi And wo hno heard ot several tuon Carudi, or by iiuil direct. Mors i 'M llui ny on.cr make. &ma tar net iauionuc to normal ylolds. "Ask the Boll!" tho advantage of becoming firmly es- this full who fod off from $10,000 to IF YOU want to movo to Hnrtford I McCALL'S MAGAZINE tablished iu tlio boll boforo winter 120,000 worth of hogs and got them and ceo what It Buys. Farm I.lfo. where our children will havo tho Store suuscrilier than any otbei fasMot 'a magasinv sets In. Thoy aro also ublo to start iu tlio markot while tho price Wus ndvantago of n good high school 1 est styles, iniiiigii a wunin. invailuiiie, l.ai patterns, liressnuklnir, mllllntry, gtowth iu tho spring boforo the between 11 and 12 cents. When othnotify us. Wo havo houses and p plain sewing, laney ntcdlenoikjiul'dreiiini;, Short Cuts To Kitchen Work. 9 etiquette, pooj stories, tie. Only CO cents a Is economy to' save orange and ground can bo marked and put lu er farmors get tho money It has a lots for salo and believe you can f year (worth double), Including a trrc patttrn, It I Subktrlbo planting. Tills is Im tendency to make us all more hopo- select one from our lltt to your Wonderfultoday, or send tor sample copy, Jemon peels. Hosldos their use an condition for inducements Farm Lite, liking. flavoring fur coca, Mewed prune.4 nnd portant, because the trees get a good till Agents. Tostal brlnga premium catalogut new cash prise oilers, .Address growth In tho early part of tho sea- npplc6, etc., they may ho candled for WD HAVE n corafortablo homo In me HcCJUi. co jm to nt w. j:u sl. new vors Tho Stock Block Production-Am- i use in fruit cake, mlnco pies, pud-dlu- son, hoforp the summer drouths Hartford, modern Improvements cur Farm Life. Show. etc. Clean out tho skins, aud u good garden In cultivaif public lntorcst In tho Interna- tho white pith. Put them tion tor sulo or rent. Placo Jn cold water. Lot boll for fivo inln- -' lit en ens' Yeast n New Feed. jtlonul !lvo Stock Exposition was ev- rents for $10 u month. yeast Is ono of tho or Justified, thU Is the moment. Not sites, tlieu drain. Cover with boll-- ; Drled brewers' y ing water and boll until tender. Make latest suggestions for enlarging tho only Is commerclaljlvo stock I id m y AXtoaiKiiavi Call on or address bill of faro of American live duotlon profitable to an unpreccdont-atoca sugar syrup, put In the. rinds nnd cavil's. cook' until transparent. Let rinds of the od degree but tho task of rehablll-brewin- g Aa a i syrup dry and harden together. produced anting the Industry must bo vigorousIndustry thero is and Hucceea wucn tvcrytnu.ff else nils. TINSLEY & proseoutod If the nation is to bo ly tho United States about GJ,000.-Jl- y Keep In a tin box. In nervofa ncirtIoi and iemalo onyenne pepper to rid cup- 000 pounds dry yenat a year. Uy nssurod of uu adequate supply ot wcainesoas they are the supreme Uso on l Kbtuto Agents, It temsdyv cu tbouMi,u3 hQ .Cutified. R itrh. Mi addition ot some elieip sugar t meat. boards, and ehelvos of mle FOH EUUiMY,UVEHAFiD ii 'o to double tliih rjuuntry JUo It In aorners, sldee and tiaoi, lmirovcmont of live ctook la the in ikhKentucky. STOJVJACH YBOUS3Li2 Ab cvt of procltio &i the hour. When pellihlnf the stovv, ft..i uii. ..uliout uui.h labur or eijieuse, & it k the bct tni.dU..o cer s?ld Republican Ofllco. apply tho odi.or of Farm and Homo tlon increases, breeders and feeders vinegar and then Off with A over a dmpKkt'o couotv. Hotji Phona, lannot achieve maximum results with The stove will hi bright blaekii.fe' wmran-M- i lit pioduu carrier about 50 p "TTl'h'r Farm Department ' profession. Otto C. IVfartia. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, ICY. Will praotlco hra profession fa afcv and adjolulng counties. Co mineral Specialty. nd Criminal PinrUae T HAIlKhTltATTO.N -I POWMM HiGT0rl D,C. i C'riiiunrtl, ' K,v iTTtM' MMIjSHN llutttord , STRATT0N & MARTIN Attorneys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practlco their profession In thli and djolnlug counties. ColloctlMis, Commercial and Criminal Practice 1'rompt and vigorous Specialty. service- Notnry in office. - ii i ut-on- , o.etaylS.'cI 1 -- " Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. DR. , HART YETEKtNARY SURGEON lUUVKH DAM, KY. I 0. E. " t iit!illiHilil'iLL.iiigj! Olllce Jumcs T,vlor' I.lvcry Darn. ! mfipBB drag ' r- SSI lm SMft6 . i ail ll THAOE-MAM- , j . i cu THAT PAY. XI. . . I j w..u, lll '?Tn. j !IJIIM i , i: Sovnnth Streot, n U wmmKmK&.&mx&imcA M sai, r4a$y.l awWotB? B B . h tnr Snd n'.Hlr! s). W. r rUCC rrtv.rt fa vn X" yrArr irattlrA, icmaou'T QNp. PA03INQ HirErritCCS l.)rfrrol.uV. tMnrlt.ux nju Konrr iiTL!o Iff ' I 1 ' "J r"l'1 f PaTCNTS' r.n " tW. ii 4lti'J i.wwik ,v at eur vvMunirtukurtl, c , - , , , Get on the Firing Line ' io-ye- -- WILL YOU TAKE OUR SBr '"TJ GERMINAL VStifaiJ REMEDY A JL ' Trcaffcenf 10-e- ar pota-jtarc- ' Popular Science Monthly iS) moner-mikln- (or WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION A quick relief for that lired, rundown feellnr EveryWoma FOR ONE MONTH coushs, pain la chest, nlcht swejti. hemor; lhacct, we-a- lunts or consumption, II It iloca not help yon it costs yoa BotMaC. tj OHIO MEDICAL CO. .M? 1 n. and KILL thb COUCH w,th CUKE the LULMQSI 10-yc- ar King's Kew Dlssovery 0rB FOR I CRHr?18 a-- w T ti eelf-feed- cr Real ISffl vmm I i ! 11 AND AIL THROAT AND LUNQTnOUnLES. f iri'llWaHiMS'i UUAIl AIITLES 3ATI8FA0X0nyj I OR MONET REFUNDED. ,ga,a?aairyrjaa,.iCnsjrf17 a F5 r " 1 :u i . isx I el sa -i, SSw in f k22sS&'2-3aSia5&- for-tun- Estate! pnocuncnANODcrrrjocoT m r ri ii r r ti ''' jv iSaSL: I Jiwfim. 1 ' ' ur hi t il nt i .ticI I. IN t Ll 4 1 UI ill ( 110 Ujtlj i L..MK a J Sk!tA , Jul '. urt Prastk t COUNTniC"5, .in, ' -- a ti 'v l.l i ' IS IS -- pi"-wire- d J ! tr&y.rrr,:. :.ttif i flavi-.t io ,A i be jmk mmm jWa sssssiissssssssssi " t I ' 3S2IsVssbVESVsCV ..t..ryijjsv f (to 6, oc-,i;i- i0 POPffllECHAmCS i j . pro-dall- I k. BAilETT is.ti & tri 300 ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS in A1AGAZIND I'm appeal! ( orr . Vyritton So You Can Understand It Ic .!. uumju Ihi n uul ilo Jlumc Ilhi wloroukcWlt f oS hiKH Ji 1V. 1UA I i mil (Vntulni. In . ii r .L lUOLUUult I .lorett uniliMjrf.niAfi inn Uli.fni (S.OO.. I'EH YEASt cnuiiBiiii,iia ' .. tj.. ,. ,vr iswunn, r a.rct"- -rIran, U. UltSf, Samulo CLpy Mill b spilt on luunl POPULAR MaZChA.llbS li lUAXItlt n,vnWmlmV 1. . g nondeiiu ux ro;iliintlr oi watlfa fur lliiujs tiutr ami luterestlLu tho It la and IlllnUIorhlioii'H. lujuiuu to do thliiiu lral 'llilsnlollKutonMkothliiK-OiKm j.n.1 Uulo.rai.ti li ,ttl i . I . i. y ' nd Hertford, ., t v"ii JsfrpMfIA3tr.fc.,gB, - r MACK LOGAN AND D.F. not scorn to bo absorbed test war news. In tho la- New Price on Ford Cars! Ford Runabout . $345-0- 0 ! Pord Touring Car . $360 F. 0. B. Detroit. Freight to Beaver Dam $18.00. E.P.EAR17EB TI & BRO Beaver Dam, Ky. 444444444tHH4 fr'Wagons! "Wagons! J "You know," remarked tho friend, was over and saw that Brooklyn team.and I think they nro playing good ball " "Good-nlghtl- " muttered tho war-neSLAYER OK I1AWHON POLICE carrier, as ho passed on In disCIIIKK GIVEN 1H YEARS gust to think that ball games could thehhle guts a. Bupplant brigades In popular Inter est at such a time. "Affnlrs at Wash NaMadlsonvllle, Ky., Nov. 1C. After ington," Joo Mitchell Chappie, In being out since 3 o'clock Wednesday tional Magazlno for October. nftornoon tho Jury" at 10 o'clock this morning returned a verdict In tho UNCLE SAM TO (JIVE SOLDIER HOY'S 111(2 TURKEY' DINNER Logan murder case, sentencing Mack Logan to eighteen years In tho peni1C. Washington, Nov. Turkeys tentiary. I). K. Trlbblo was sentenced to and "trimmings" for 150,000 men aro being bought by" tho War Department throo years, and Forguson, tho through tho chiot of commissary offwho had tho warrant for icer of the Southern Department for Keach, was acquitted. thanksgiving dinner of the solRogers had sworn to a war- tho Dick diers along tho border and Gen. rant for tho arrest of J. II. Koacli, column In Moxlco. who was Chief of Police at Dawson A War Dopartmont announcement Springs, July 19. Tho warrant was y o said every precaution to given Constable Furgerson, who deptho troops with fitting feast utized Rodgors, Logan and Trlbble. Thanksgiving and Christmas was beEvldonco showed that Kcach was surrendering his gun to his Constable ing in n do and not a man among tho militia and rogular troops would bo whe'n Rodgers fired' at Keach. unprovided. Tho Marshal shot and killed Rodgers then. Trlbblo and Furgerson wcro scuffling with Keach and had him bent over when Logan camo up from tho rear and shot Kcach through For Infants and Children tho back of tho head. TMBBLE SENTENCED enthusiastically, "I Mrs. Sylvanfa Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., fn writing of her experience with Cardul, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardul, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardul, I began to feci like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give It Always Helws says con-stab- lo -- Per-Bhin- pro-vld- n trial. I still use Cardul when I feel a little bad, and it always does ine good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardul for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing vuiui;u iur inure man imy years. ut The Woman's Tonic rMrrrn imnn Get a Bottle Today! .161 A Hacking, Cough Weakens tho Sys- i Wagons! Before you buy you should examine our hand i made farm wagons. They run lighter, are made of J the very best matorial and last far longer than any $ maehino made wagon you can buy no matter what 1 once you nav. We also do all kinds of Blacksmithing and Repairing, especially the hard jobs the other fellow X can'do. nml.n n ajcviiniy nf uuidwhuuiuj, lllilivu u nnin!nliif vi earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. T1T .1... YUlll&tJ (l nil ...v Respectfully yours, 1 A. B. Row & Son Cei-itertown- , Ky. For several days Mainly, tho faithful cook, failed to put in an appearance. Her mistress made anxious inquiries and found to her dismay that Maudy had been arrested. She hastened down to the courthouse to see what could be done. ."Why, Mandy!" she exclaimed, "what in the world have you been doing to get arrested?" ESCAPE OK LIONESS CAUSES "Ah ain't been doing' nothln' 'tall, PANIC IN AUDIENCE Mis Anna," was the indignant reply. lady Kansas City, Nov. 1C. A trained "All dis heah fuss Is 'bout a named Mis' Demeanor, and Ah ain't lioness which escaped from her cago Judge in a theater In Kansas City, Kan., to- nevah heahed of her befo'l" night, caused an audience of more For Sale. than 300 persons to flee in panic. A 160 acre farm 4 miles east ot So great was the force of the crowd oil as It rushed for safety that the front Hartford, on tho border of theothfields. Good dwelling, barn and building and sides of the Young outbuildings. wcro pushed out and a score of per- er necessary orchard, strawberry bed and other sons were injured. The trainer and carry sovernl policemen caged the animal pleasing features. If bonds y scat plko will bo near. before she could attack the audience. one-stor- tem. Don't suffer with a hacking cough that has weakened your system get a bottlo of Dr. King's Now Discovery, in uso over 40 years, and benefiting all who use It, tho soothing pine balsam with tar heal the irritated air passages soothes tho raw spots, loosens the mucous and prevents racking the body with coughing. Dr. King's New Discovery Induces natural sleep and aids nature to cure you. 2 Always bears , the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years -o- -o- JS apggz'gsggzf- - Not Acquainted. full ol life and action, filled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, win mane "ffieYOIfflTS 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 tne nome. 1 here is no age limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION let u tend you Threo Current luue FREE, Inclose this Coupon with your request. ThoM who lubfcribe now, tending $2 for tho 52 Usues of THE COMPANION for 1915, will receire Tho Companion Home Calendar FREE. y Inter-count- - Thirty-fiv- o , years experience in tlie shop. HERE IS A GOOD PLACE TO STOP FOR LITTLK MONEY Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th Amcrltnu and European Plans. AMERICAN PLAN (With Meats) Rooms without Itiilli but with Hot and Cold Running Water. single $2.00 per day; 2 people. ?2.00 each 75 Rooms bIubIo, 50 Rooms 50 Front ltooms. Blnglo, Tlio Only Hotel In Loulsvlllo Operated on tlio 2.50 per day; 3.00 per day; 2 2 2 2 people, people, 2.25 each 2.50 each 2.75 each 3.00 each ltooms with Private- Rntli: 50 ltooms 50 ltooms single, alnglo, 3.00 per day: 3.50 per day; .peoplo, peoplo, Kl'ItOPEAN PLAN (Without Meala) Rooms without Hath hut with Hot and Cold HunnlnR Water. alnglo, ?1.00 per day; 2 peoplo, ?0.75 each 75 ltooms single, 1.25 per day; 2 peoplo, 1.00 each 50 ltooms 50 Front Hooms. single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each Hooins with Private Hath: single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each 50 ltooms slnglo, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each 60 Rooms THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. European Plan Only. lliMius Without Hath, $1.00 and up; Rooms With Private Hath, IjSl.GO and upHost Eating Placo In Town. Tho Loulsvlllo Hotol and tho Old Inn arc located In tlio wholesalo wallc.to tho rotall district and theater. district and only a LOUIHVILLH HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. How Taggart Won Recognition. Ono day in tho summer of 1877 there drifted Into Indianapolis an Irish youth of about twenty years of age. Ho had somo of tho traditional broguo of the "ould sod," and he had all of the sunny disposition and characteristic of the Hand of Erin. This Irish youth was Thomas Taggart, now a member of the United States Senate, as a representative of Indiana, tho state whero politics nover slumbers nor sloops. Out of Indiana, no matter how disastrously a party may be defeated at an election, the day after the election Its members are cocksure their party will win hands down tho next time. As a "kid," Taggart had started his business' career with a railroad restaurant at Xenla, Ohio, There he studied at night, securing what education ho could under adverse circumstances. Transferred to Garrett, a railroad town in Indiana, ho obtained larger experience as manager in charge of tho railroad eating house. It wax from Garett ho drifted to Indianapolis, whore ho took charge of tho eating house at tho Union Station "From Walter to a Scat In tho United States Senate." Buford Lynch. In National Magazine for October. See, or wrlto Tlnsloy &. Darnett, Hartford, Ky., for further particu- 52 Times a Year not 12. More good reading than you will get in any of the monthly lars.NOTICE. Ohio Circuit Court. John M. Balls, ct al., Plaintiffs, Vs. o magazines. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE THE HARTKORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. BOTH Henrietta Balls, Admrx., et al., fendants. De- All persons, firms or corporations, having claims against the estate of T. F. Balls, deceased, aro hereby notified to present the same to me at my ofllco In Hartford, Ky., properly proven on or before the 27th day of November, 191G. No claims will bo received after the above date and claims uot presented on or beforo tho above dato will bo forever barred. Dono by order of tho Ohio Circuit Court. OTTO C. MARTIN,. Master Commissioner. 18t3 NOTICE. Ohio Circuit Court. C. M. Ashby, et al., Plaintiffs, Vs. S. OUR CLUBBING RATES. $1.36 The Repoblican and Louisville Herald 1.76 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm Inquirer 1.76 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Horald 3.60 The republican huo Lany uwoiibooio inquirer... O'bovo Messenger 1.76 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and' Kentucky Farmer. TnE Republican and New Idea Wonum's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican ami Ciiifiniuiti Weekly temunrur. .".. 1.60 Ocwin and Farmer $1.60 The Republican and Weekly-Inte- r Globe-Democrat ro J. Tichenor, Executor, etc, ants. Defend- How's This? Wa offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. CHENET CO.. Toledo. O. me. F. J. undersigned, & have known V. X w tho Cheney for tlio last 15 yearn, and bellevu lilrn perfectly honorable In all business transactions and tln.inci.illy ablo to carry out uny obligations mailo by lila firm: NATIONAL UANIC OF COMMERCE. Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon tho blood and mu. cous BUrfaces ot tho system. Testimonials Bent frrc. Trice TS cents per bottle. Bold by all Druggists. Take Hall's I'Hmllv Pills for constipation, llMIMIIIHIBIBIlEIMlllHilHMMIKaS am & m m m C1 Vanderbilt Training School for Boys n All persons, firms or corporations, having claims against the estato of Salllo M. Ashby, deceased, are hereby notified to present the same, properly proven, to my ofllco In Hartford, Ky., on or beforo tho 27th day of November, 191G. No claims will bo received after tho nbovo dato and claims not filed with mo on or boforo the abovo dato will bo forovor barred. Dono by order of tho Ohio Circuit Court. OTTO C: MARTIN, Master Commissioner. I8t3 s Aduress ciH rOers lo TKE REPUBLICAN. THE SEWINQ MA "MNE OF QUALITY.' OSEMV-VER-LA- X NEW NOT For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation. Fed rlclit nil tlio time. Don't lay oil from work for days by taking calomel keepa yc when pleapant Lio Ver-La- x on your feet, whilorclievlnffyourtrou.lv lo. Safer too, and easy to tako. Don't take anything else. Yon can't afford sys it Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nat' tem and reliovea constipation. ural remedy, natural in its actions, surd in its effect and certain in results. It will won't bo long before Liu- - Vtx-La- x completely displace calomel In cverf home. Children can tako it freely an) with perfect safety. Every bottlo sruar antecd. 60c and ?1 in bottles Now genuino without the likeness nnd siaa luro of L. K. Grigaby. For ealo by J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Ky for 1 ELKTON, KY. Will liolp paronts develop their ons into tho best typo of citizens and Christum gentlemen. Its patronago is widely scnt- tored and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, there- fore, reservations should bo made early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write N m M m m m m m m M 3 5 jj 5 3 JJ m m M M3THENEY & BSTTS Uox A. For cataloguo and information 5 gg ' AVnr News and Ua&cball. During tho frying days of tho Mexican border situation, an executive oniclal tells of the thrill' which camo over him whon tho messages nrrlvod describing tho dash of Colonel Podd's cavalry across tho border when tho troops under our colors woro actually on their campaign to meet tho foo. Ho was so impressed that ho kept tho original copy of the messago after It had been given out to tho public, and In meeting a friend, thought bo had somothing to show that would paba tho thrill along. Ho drew forth tho paper and repeated with dramatic accent tho words which wer6 to him of so much Import a straw, perhaps, thnt indicated an Impending war cloud. Then ho observed that lila frlond was uot paying strict attention did NOTICE. Ohio Circuit Court. L. M. SOLO Hatcher, Plaintiff, UNDER ANY OTHER Vs. NAME. T. P. Williams ,ot ul., Defendant's. All persons, firms or corporations, WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. having claims against tho firm of Hatcher & Williams, a partnership If you purchaso tho NKW HOME you 1U consisting of L. M. Hatcher and T. have a Ufa asset at tho price you pay, and will not havo an emllcM chain of repairs. P. Williams, aro hereby notified to mo, properly present tho samo .to Quality proven, at my ofllco In Hartford, Condere4 day ot NoKy., on or boforo tho 27th vember, 1916. it U the No claims will bo received after Cheapest tho abovo dato and claims not filed mo on or boforo tho above duto with k the end will bo forever barred. to buy. Done by order of tho Ohio Circuit If you Vrtutivjowlucinticliliifr, writ for Court. our latifit catalogue before you purchase. OTTO.C MARTIN, Tte New Home Sewing MacKne Co., Orange, Has. Master Commissioner. ISta HOME Dr pains In tt nck a x4 Anil Pula I'UU. Ull' " REMARKABLE INTRODUCTORY OFFER For THis Visit Only!- MMMMMHHMMHMMMHHMBMH IPor THis Visit Only! HI J $5.00 Eye Glasses eJ: $1.00 HARTFORD In making this Is c The National Optical Co,, of Louisville, Wishes to Announce That Their Specialist and Assistant Will Be in Pair DAYS hi THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL, DECEMBER 6 AND 7, ?l-0- AND EVERY 90 THEREAFTER. OUR OBJECT a remarkable offer of $R.0O Glasses for simply to Increase our servico In your community as pair well as our CRYSTAL LENSES. Our CRYSTAL LENSES have met with a great success among persons who aro now wearing them and aro mealing with tho aaino results whenover they are introduced. ntul IiIh Our Optical Specialist assistant had years jif experience, so you may rely on They will bo pleated to examine, all those them absolutely. who havo cyo trouhlo or wear glasses. Absolutely Free. Wo would suggest therefore that you cull on them. CRYSTAL LENSES Will Our New Invisible BiSocles Will Not Confuse You Positively Relieve All Pains About the Head and Eyes as well ns nil other abnormal conditions of tho eyes that can bo relieved through wearing of propurly llttod Glasses of quality in most cases. CJyD tfCfei You Can See Far and Near With I Don't Forget The Dates the Same OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED llCMHro Wednesday and Thursday Dec. 6 and 7 5 YEARS of pefrbon.s who rati at your home anil claim ti bo represent Inj; uk, as trc ilo not lime representatives, hut our Specialist at tho Hotel as we advertise. .. .1I orders taken delivered by iarcel post. Lenses COMMERCIAL HOTEL Oflice Hours: 8:30 a. in. to 8:00 p. in. REMEMBER That tho abova'offer of 55.00 eye glasses for 41,00 a pair. Is for this visltSnly. Special prices, Oil all other classes of Optical work. Regular prices will prevail after our first visit to .Htvrtford. National Optical Co. Address All Communication If your to G. AV. 1IAIOH, Mgr. time is limited come early and avoid the rush COS Republic Qulldirif? LOUISVILLE, K.V. RECEPTION ROOM, HOTEL PARLOR Drug Store and other such places by men who wore not responsible or ustaMlahcd anywhere, nor do Wo would ask you not to lot our remarkable offer conflict In your mind with such offers that havo been made at or our guarantee wo wfll gho bankable referestablished both. We guarantee our work and glasses both for five years In writing and as to they claim to be. As to ourselves wo arc located and desiring same. These glasses wo are advertising are the kind that usually sell at most optical establishments at f 5, and in some cases ot'eu more. This in tho first time to our Knowledge that such an ences to those prfevs THIS VISIT ONLY and no more. Call and sco us an.! offer lias been made by respjnsiblo people who will stand back of their work and who cannot ho branded as fakirs, as some have. Wo will make these explain how these prices cau be made. You are not obligated to buy glasses, and all KX.A3IIXATIO.NS ABSOLUTELY HIKE. wo will mMSEBBB Jtlea, of anciont Maccabeeism, so did wbb Indeed a useful and- nobc one. this modern Knight over strive to We are the poorer by the loss from uphold tho honor, dignity, and use- among us of a genuine christian gentleman ono of God's noblemen. He fulness of our local tent. MB GERMAN Sir was ono of tho most gifted journalAb Lieutenant Commander, Kniiht Matthews was ever faithful ists of tho State, a forceful and and tireless In his efforts "for his pleasing writer as well as completo PREVIOUS DEPARTURE HALTED order, and it is with pride that we master of his craft In every other 1JY COLLISION WITH CON- But to him as a-- loyal point to his official record, aud we respect. ' VOTING TUG" SCOTT. ever keep sacred tho memory friend and faithful fellow seeker af-tr- o shall truth we wlsli to pay this trloutc o.' hl3 ffficient service. of rospoct to his memory. Haviiif, come- iu close contact with Second, that we extend, to lilsf beNew London, Conn., Nov. 21. Tho our departed brother, both iu our reaved family our most heartfelt retent reviews and daily life and learnDeutschluhd has started on her admiro.hlm for his sympathy in this; their great loss, turn voyage. Tho submarine left ed to leva-anwo recommend them to Kim Hhortly alter 2 o'clock this nfternoon pterin) qualities, sincere manliness, but that every borrowing mm christian character. 11 is vlu a who can comfort for Bremen. - ucaJit; , The Deutschland was Hying her deep realization of our own irrepThird, that a copy o these resolutags and tho crew was all on deck arable loss that wo are better, able, ona .bo spread upon tho minutes of as she passed down the harbor. Ono te extend the aympathy of this tent Sunday Schob, that a copy bo Company's tugs was at to his bereaved family, and it is with i of tho Scott "- pur departed friend s tho pier when she started, but the truo love in- - our hearts that each mUy an, tha a cop bo lodge will wear no need of assistof this underb'ea craft had furnished each local paper for pub ance. T'ho tug followed her down colors signifying our bereavement. J. S. GLENN. Resolved, that a copy of theso res- lication. the river. F. L. FELIX, This was the second start of the olutions shall bo spread upon our W. H. HARNES, Deutschland for homo from this port. records, anothor copy furnished his Committee. Tho first was made early last Friday family, and copies published in both o convoy of the local papers. morning, when under GEX. KUNSTOX GIVES tugs T. A. Scott, Jr., and Cassle, she. D. D. FELIX, RETORT TO ACCUSERS of her berth and Kllpped quietly out . A. D. KIItK. down the river. Off Race Rock light, A. J. HARNETT, San Antonio, Tex., Nov. 20. however, bho rammed and sank the EMORY SCHROETER, Frederick Funston made a. hot I. A. Scott. Jr., with its crew and S. O. KEOWN, retort to charges inado by Southern berth for reIi.ul to return to her Committee. Baptists that he nau atiempieu to pairs. ceusor tho sermons preached to sol- for damMeanwhile several suits Whereas, God in his Infinite wis- - liters ages were brought against tho among "I did not tell tho Rov. Gambrcal craft, but yostordny bond dom has seen lit to call from Honor ho could not tell tho militiamen thqy us our friend and brother, wore tiled to cover these suits and "I Matthews, who, boforo ho went to had lost their souls," ho said. with ropalrs completed tho freighter . sit at tho feet of his celestial Teach told him that a soldier's soul was no was only waiting for favorable con-or, was one of our mpst loyul and raoio lost than that of other people, dltions bcroro again starting homo-warconsecrated follow members of tho and that I expected them to bo treat- Hartford MCtuouisi aunuuy nvuuui. cU UKo oinprs. p It "You can tell the Uaptlsts for mo Therofore-h' IteMifiitlons of Reaped. . uentv,..i vtrut ihnt ii Uartforil that If they Intend to continue mis It is Willi tieop anu numiug aui-- j rcprosontlug mo they had bettor place row that tho Hartford Maccubeo Mothodlst church und Sunday School learned of tho have buffered an Irreparable loss iu their property in ineir wivu umm. has Tout No. suo them for libel." I death of Sir' Knight lleber Mat- his death and that wo, who know him for shall his doccaso realized beat, most highly appreciate tho thews, and In War Goes On; Loses 120,()0(). tho loss-ti- f one of Its most truo and sterling quality of his christian manAmsterdam, Netherlands, Nov." 20. As Judas Mucca-foeou- s hood. Ho vms a man of high Ideals, loyal mombora. Whether tho war would end bo- und clean ll'o and hla eurthly career fought wilormibly tho batforo October, 1916, was tho subject tJ'n mmmm iijiiii ii i".'"" of n $120,000 hot Just liquidated at Tho mombors of tho Amsterdam. groups' concerned wero respective principally btock oxchango and commercial men, and tho bet wbb entered into last year. IJoth partlei hud Insured their chances of losing on pollc'les for which ten per cent premium was paid, and tho risk of tucli policies was again distributed among various companies. Tho winners of tho bet had 1108,000 to disAbsolutely Pm tribute, while the losers hod to pa 12,000. Tho main loss fell upon tho Insurance combination. - m0t' P DEUTSCHLAND OFF under siOt andchiy. Owing to their hard coats, those which fell into places- favorable to- their preservation are today In excellent condition, Monday. though sligirtly tlnttcnw! by the long Herblw. French troops captured soaking and th gentle pressure of from thts- Gennan and Bulgarian the clay. Tile depolts in. which tho forces thi' chief Southern Serbian leaves and' nuts are found ia not less town of 3Eouastlrr according to an thun a million years old, or at least olllcial announcement made by tho a hundred times as old! aa tho pyraFrench Wur Department. The tem- mids of Egypt. porary capital of Serbia will be ImThe report eontalntat? descriptions mediately established at Monnstlr. and reproductions of photographs of Considerable forces of Serbians are theso fossil remains ( Professional with the Entente allied troops who 1'nper U purely technical aud may be obtained from the Director, have occulted that town. led - LATEST WAR NEWS e er thbng For Sale. fice unnounces that the Good 120 aero tann on troops In Rumania aro approaching River, ? miles west of Hartford. GO Craiova, the capital of Western acres In cultivation; other 60 acres Wal-lachl- Rumania. Tuesday. The German reduced price. Take the caso of the dyes for example: A Oerman manufacturer can command the services of a highly efflefcat aud experienced chemistry for years In a technical school, at a salary of $800 a year. Here tho manufacturer, fur that sum, could scarcely secure a second-yea- r college student with a smattering of theory and no practical experience ro to do theso whatever. If we things for ourselves wo will be obliged to restore somo protecting tariffs, position on prowhatever tection and' free-tra- do as a general 9S-IX. H. Windsor, In tho proposition, Soptember Popular Mechanics Maga Geological: Survey, Washington, I). C. zine. fcSy and sooner or later wcrtf also bur- may-b'e-oa- r War OfTeutonic '"-- -- - GREATEST. TEMPTATIONS Rough IX NEW YORK AXALYZED Now York, Nov. 20, , , a, ea j d. o !'. iiinin IT"" ' BAKING POWDER No Alum No Phosphate Apply, woodland, improved. The TINSLEY & HARNETT, yesterday that the Teutonic troops Hartford. Ky. pushed behind the Rumanians In South-westeRumania reached the Knlss Xot Ti KcikiiImj Poland. Oisova-Cralov- a railroad. I'arls, Nov. 21. The Swiss Government has decided not to recognize I'raucc. North of the Sommo an the nowly created kingdom of Roartillery duel Is In progreps, It Is an- land, according to a Swiss dispatch nounced. Livelier lighting a report to the Radto agency. Tho dispatch ed on tho lower Danube and on tho adds that the decision will not, how-ove- r, bo made public until after tho Struma front. war, Wcdnenilay. . 2 of America. Rumania. Tho Important railway Two years have passed slnco our town of Craiova, In Western Walla-chl- a, was occupied at noon by Gor- regular btipply qf hundreds of which had flowed in an unman troops Invading Rumania, It was officially nnnouncod by tho Herllti broken strenm from Europe was stopped. In a few particulars wc War Olllce. have produced as good, or nearly an Gerniam. Berlin reporU that n good, an article as wo formerly Ini- -' Gorman submarine, operating in the ported. Rut we aro short on count English Channol, November l'Csank 'less things, some of which are very Many d.yes aro not to be a French destroyer und sovon mer- essential. chantmen, ono of which was a Nor- had for a king's ransom, and linens and fine leather und a thousand othwegian vessol. er articles, to tho origin of which wo novor gavo a thought, aro dally oTd Hickory Xuts round. recently discov- growing scarcer or tho supply Is enAmong tho fossils Wo havo edged In ered by tho United States Geological tirely exhausted. on a few things, but have wo como Survey, Dopartment of the Interior, aro remarkably well preserved Im- up to tho requirements of our needs to any considerable pressions or casts of leaves of several extinct varieties of ash, oak, beech, extent, aa so many confidently boastand hickory, which wero found.ulong i ed wo would? That wo can supply species, In oursolves with Imported, Is doubt- with threo present-da- y States bordering tho Gulf of Mexico; iless true. That wo havo not, and Although the leaves themselves havo I aro not, Is largely duo to labor con- ...I.I..1. In fltn nttonnrtn nf alllf- Vetted and gone, hero and thcro somo lfit.. manIn soft clay by sedi- ablo protective tariffs, deter our wero burled from Investing tho largo perufacturers ment lu such a way as to leavo .Tho sums required to erect plants, with fectly preserved Impressions. may nuts, on the other hand, neither de- tho constant danger that tho war potrlflod, but fell Into end suddenly, Imports ho resumed, cayed nor pools of stagnant water, which Is oue and accumulated stocks on tho other largo quantities nt of the beat preservatives In nature, side be dumped lu . rn link-prudenar-tlfd- 120 miles west of Bucharest. German War Oflice announced "Keeping up - a front." "Opportunities to wasto time." "Desire for pleasure," "Lonesomcness." "Clothes "Young women. " A company of eminent social dlag- - , nostlcians gathered ut St. Andrews Mothodlst Eptscopnl Church last' s night, decided that these were of grentest temptation, men and women in New York. John Wnnamaker, the morchunt, thought New York offqred many tomptatlons to young men to waste thulr tlmo. Jacob H. Schlff, tho banker, nut tho city's greutest temptation to young men lu two words, 'young women." Prcsldout Iiutler. of Columbia University, who rocolvcd the greatest support (u hl3 analysis of tho caso, claimed that trying to live beyond one's means Is tho great-- , est lurit tho metropolis dangles boforo both sexes. All concerned iu cajllng tho brightness of nroadwuy nnd unhealthy glow und the center nt trouble. Shate Yoiiihclf. Chicago Is using a "shave yourself" barber shop, or a "shaver-otrla- ," ns It Is called. Inatcuil-plinos of barbers' chairs, this shop la lilted with uvory convenience Imaginable ter tho person who likes to shave hlniBclfFurm nnd Family. l'Yost Gets Sugar. Washington, Nov. 20. This yoar's prospective sugar crop In Louisiana was reduced by about 10 por cont by the froezo of November 15-- 1 1, according to reports from its Louisiana Hold ngent umdo public y by tho Bureau ot Crop Estimates. to-da- 3 'jf'