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AMERICAN SHIP farmer, and his Matifot DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS tqmbliatif. v i i OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year 1a HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER J, 1910. ';'. ii 4 J? r 4 :; I Sam has long feared some other nawife, August 13, THE MENACE. tion might buy this strip and build SALE ii 1915, with tho understanding she i' I ' ' i ."...-;- , I "t a canal in competition with that ot was to remain single aud act as a Panama. To prevent this tho Unitcompanion to tho aged coupla and ed States bought this year for FINALLY SENT TO BOTTOM receive $10,000 upon their death, the entire canal route rights linn grown tired of tho bargain and across Nicaragua, also a naval stawill return to Chicago next Montion near each end of tho possible day. TOBACCO lOOL steamer ciiemuxg torpedoed "Money Isn't everything in this canrll. IS SOLD TO TUCK & CO., OV hv submarine believed This and other large American Inworld," she snld today. "I want the LOUISVILLE. he austrian'. fluences nro placing the affairs of right to llvo as I please. I simply Nicaragua on a more sound basis. Hud that I do not liko to live in the In future, for example, It will bo Imcountry." Mary Smith was selected possible) for a miscreant like tho re- FARMERS MEET MONDAY by Pankhurst und his wife from FLIES FLAG OF THE U. S. many applicants, who responded to cent President Zelaya to bo allowed to tyranriizo tho land. Belaya, thcirkptilillslicd appeal for an attracnicknamed tho Unspeakable, who Will in All Probability Ratify Sale-- tive girl, who would make 'her home Captuh; Refuses lo Haul Down Stnrx had his scoro of wives and forty-flv- o with them In return for it .guaranten Practically No Opposition ExTliVy Go Down and Stripes And i children and hundreds of murdered of $10,000 at their death. cept, In Ruvicss. Willi Vchscl. victims to his credit, used to say: Tho attempt by tho elderly couple girl Into "The NIcaraguhns understand only to mnku over a city-bre- d harsh measures and they shall not one content to spend her days with , The contract for the sale of want for them." During his sevenLondon, Nov. 2S. Lloyd's reports them In the country gained much touai-t-crop of the Farmers'" teen years of control the country "Tlhat the American steamship Che- publicity at the time. Tobacco' Association -- went through sixteen wars. mung has been Bunk. to Tuck &. Company, of Louisville, Tho crew of the Chemung 1ms boon ' iwas Bigned by both parties concernlanded at Valencia by tho Spnnlsh TURKEYS HOLD FAIR ed in Ow tisuoro Tuesday. Alt that TURKEY WILL LET Htcamor" Glner, says a llcutcr disremains to be dono now to complete patch from Valencia, ALL TO THEMSELVES tho sale tis for the fanners of thV 4. The Chemung was torpedoed near AMERICANS LEAVE j Association to meet and ratify the ac- -I Cabo do Cata, according to the distion of their committee. President patch. The steamer foundered with l Ford lui cal'ed meetings of Jo? MY LOCAL FIRM tho American flag. flying, It Is add- 1,000 NOUGHT, INDIGNATION AMONG OFFICIALS county organizations for" Monday af-- AND PLACED IN OHIO COUX- captain having formally reed, tho ternoon at 1 o'clock to decide what CAUSED BY PRACTICAL INTV FAIR GROUNDS. fused to lower the Hag. the filial s ep shall be. The meeting: TERNMENT. tho crew to Tho submarine towed for Ohio county will bo held at the-w'rihln flvo miles of the coast, tho court house In Hartford; Daviess A visitor to tho Ohio County Fair V... then Vnlcnclo advices state, and -Washington, Nov. 28. Word that county at Owensboro; Hancock at At tho end of grounds these days Is greeted by a abandoned them. cr-smwwmI : the Turkish Government has rescind- Hawe8vlUo, and McLean at Calthu day they were picked up by the gobble, gobble, gobble, or a counk ii. ed its previous agrement to allow houn. cliounk, chuunk, and the natural InCiner. NaihvilU Tanneitcan. At these meetings the propositions y several hundred Americans to leave Agency stincts of the visitor aro ImmediateLloyd's Shipping ly brought to tho fore. For instance, the Turkish empire by tho way of mado by the prospective buyers will also announced the folowlng: Jaffa reached tho State Department bo explained in full to tho pooler "Tho Danish Vlllcmos, of 775 tons It he Is a sportsman ho will InstinctWOMEN TO FIGHT AIRPLANE MAKES from Ambassador Elklns at and they will bo asked to say whethgross, from Esbjerg for Grimsby, has ively feel for his pleco; If un old time Constantinople. Tho Ambassador was er or not they are willing to accept darkey ho will also slyly feel for his 7oon captured. informed that the Americans cannot a prlcoon their weed of $12 to $7 "The captain and crew of the Nor- piece, but It It happens to be a fair THE HIGH COSTS be permitted to depart because of for leaf; $10 to 7 for lugs and $5 DAYLIGHT RAID 1.S83 timid maiden with a red dresa on we wegian steamer Belle lie, of military necessity and that the of- for all trash. It is practically certons gross, have been landed and re- nil feel for her peace, for they do ficial who mado the previous agree- tain that tho salo will be ratified-W- o was torpedo- fcuy those gobblers don't admire carport that their steamer understand thero is little, or nor (The dinal. There are about 1,000 tur- GERMAN MACHINE DKOPS BOMBS NEW YOHK HOUSEWIVES BOY- - ment spoke without authority. ed by a German submarine. Dlpldmacy seems to have been ex- opposition outsjdo of Daviess counon No- keys in tho grounds now and before Belle lie was last reported COTT EGGS TO REDUCE PRICE IX IUtlTIKII CAPITAL IN.IUH- hausted in tho situation, and it is ty and that tho dlssention thero is SET BY TRUSTS. vember 2 as passing Ushant, while Christmas there will be perhaps 1XG SCOHE. not known what action may bo tak- confined mostly to tho big growers. They aro tho property of W. Gothenburg for BilJiound from It is reported, that tho .4 en In an effort to bring Turkey to K. Ellis & iJro., Hartford Produce bao. ) terms. Tho practical Internment of Company will handle a large per sailing vessels Alfred Merchants, and will later be shipped "Tho French SHOT DOWN APPEAL TO PRESIDENT tho Americans is a source of anx- cent of the pool If Tuck & Company lo Courccy, of 104 ton gross, and to the Now York market. One cnH ZEPPELINS iety to their friends and Indignation become tho owiicrs. In that case the" 112 tons gros.8. have of turkoys bought uy mis iirm wero Malvlna, of Wednesday. to the precedented situation, which Hartford warehouse now leased by unloaded In Now York boon sunk." company will bo several times Handling a largo flock of turkeys Houmjw lies' League Asks will require most delicate handling. that Lloyd's also announces Ihc followIoudon HejMrtN Say Two Air Fight-er- s National persons 'af- filled with tobacco during the seanow makIs no small Job and thoso Tho exact number of ing: Wll.son For Herniation of Coun- Drought Down During NorthCompany Tho fected cannot be learned, owing to son. "Tho captain and the crew of the ing their homo In tho Fair grounds tij's Fowl Supply. east Coa-s- t Hold. has between 900,000 and 1,000,000 tjiolr owners consideratho fact that direct communication Greek steamer Chrlstoforos, of 2,345 are causing with shore Is not permitted. Nor Is pounds of tho weed bought 'for detons, of Piraeus, have been landed ble worry and expense Tho casual was 22. It Is that known what Is the proportion livery here now. Several loads havo and report tho steamer sunk by a ty list tho first night New York, Nov. 28. Now York of native Americans to thoso who already been received. The other London, Nov. 28. Following a (now 35 and will likely be over 50 submarine." icrinan Eng- - City's fight to reduco tho high cost have taken out first papers or be- points of delivery in Ohio county before tne ucginning oi ine journoy raid over the northeast coast of Wouldn't Imer Fug. bo" Fordsvlllo and NarMonday, in which two Zeppelins of living began In earnest o Now York. At nresent nrlccs this land come fully naturalized. Many aro will likely Nov. 28 (12:35 p. in., cenParis, over $200. Guards' must wore destroyed, their crews perish- - with a boycott on eggs by thousands said to be naturalized Syrians and rows. A Madrid dispatch by wire- is a loss of sored.) This was followed Armenians, though a number of naUnder the contract signed in Owulso bo kept In tho grounds both l lug. a German airplane, Hying at a of housewives. less announces tho arrival at aro ensboro Tuesday Tuck & Company missionaries night. And feed did you great height, this morning passed with a direct appeal by the National tive American or tho crew of the American steam day and will retain 50 cents on tho 10t over London and dropped six bombs Housewives Leaguo to President known to bo included. by a ever see a hungry turkey eat? 5r Chemung, torpedoed in regulation of the counhave been at- on tho capital, acordlng' to an off- Wilson for tho American cruiser Des Moines, pounds from each farmer until he has The Quito n few visitors German submarine. The commander of now at Alexandria is duo shortly at delivered all of his crop through the icial statement issued this afternoon. try's food supply, and meetings jjave tho crow only n few minutes tracted to the fair grounds to see city officials and More than a score of persons were Federal, Stato and Jaffa, where, after unloading Red pool. This is done, it Is said, as a to abandon tho vessel, not allowing tho flock. There is something goor investigating committees, as well as Cross supplies, she had been expect- precautionary measure .to require lhe woman, dying even to tako their money and ing on overy mlnuto, too, at this injured, one, a them de- at which fair. Thero are usually from two ! shock, and promiscuous though ml- various civic organizationslooking to ed to take on tho refugees. It Is pooler to stand by hl3 pledge in papers. Uvcrlug all of his tobacco. property damage caused by the resolutions wero adopted understood now, however, that Tho submarine towed the lifeboats, to four good lights on but no bet - nor Late in the even- - raids, in which a total oi iuo uomus a speedy readjustment of conditions. from tho vessel will not oven be ftli which the chrcw wero placed, to ting is allowed. Coincidental with tho egg, boycott, allowed to land to lnvestigato condi- MRS. X. S. BARRASS five miles of tho coast where Ing tho show Is at Its best when the j was dropped within DIES AT TAYLOR MIXES Two Zeppelins wero brought down there was a break In tho poultry mar- tions. clumsy birds aro making their way it abandoned them. guns, and their ket, the price of turkeys dropping by Tho Chemung went down with tho to tho buildings and tall beeches' for Mrs. Nicholas S. Darrass died at to from 4 to 5 cents a pound. crows wero drowned, acordlng stars and stripes flouting at her tho night's rest. her homo In Taylor Mines Wcdnes-- ( Virtually every branch of tho mu- CLIENT HAD STOLEN official London reports. tho Cj THE LAWYER'S COAT day night at 10:15 o'clock after a mast. A lively Incident preceded tho ' It Is generally assumed that an nicipal government was at work tolinking or tho vessel. Tho German SWORDFIKH RAMS HOLE IN complete nervous breakdown. Mrs. brought down at Dunkirk day In an effort to, find a solution to U. S. ENGINEERING IJOAT commander gave orders that tho Chicago. "I represent these de- Barrass had boon in bad health for - tho fo6d problem. A statement iswas Identical with tho Loudon rnldAmerican flag should bo lowered.and Attorney Isadoro several weeks but grew suddenly ap- - sued by Israel Felnberg, president of fendants," said The ; er. Its unchallenged arrival Galveston. sailors prepared to put them TTnlt.wl CtntA. Texas, Nov 25.lnlllinll nnvnTillv wna film tit tllO hllzn OVer tho Uoard of Coroners, declared that Plotko when thu names of Frank worse Wednesday and expired. RelGerman ntirrtiinnrlnf into effect. They, met with stubborn Daniel Cunningham atives were notified and, wero present by a fifteen London and tho fact that tho roar of "tho present high cost of living Is Winters and was rammed TeslBtnnco on tho part of tho Ameri- Nueces LaBuy's court. when tho end came. - tho street traffic drowned tho sound directly roflected In an Increase In wero called In Judge Intercan dipt. Duffy, and his crow, who foot flwordflsh while In tho Tho men wero charged with stealShe was tho daughter of Mr. and Caney croek of Its motors. Sonio persons claim tho number of suicides, deaths from refused to haul down tho colors.say-lo- g coastal canal betweon according to of proper nourishment and birth ing clothing from tho shop ot Mar- Mrs. Q. B. Jones, ot Taylor Mines to havo seon it, but tho height at lack that it tho ship had to bo sunk and tho Brazos river, jcus & Co., tailors, at 1102 Argylo and was ono of tho most lovable laPrcdergast, com- - which It soared was so great as to control." Capt. Georgo would bo with tho flag flying. it Besides her dles of her community. Tho culminating feature of the. street. distinguish it dredging make it imposlblo to Capt. Duffy maintained his ground, modoro of tho engineers' "If you aro attorney for theso liusband sho leaves two small boys was on tho launch when from ono of tho British machines, day's activities was tho passage by and so rapidly Wero tho preparations licet, who men, perhaps you don't know Ihoy aud other relatives. which aro now as familiar sights as tho Uoard ot Aldermen or a resoluto sink tho Chemung mado that fur- tho attack occurred. stole your overcoat?" Interposed a Funeral services and burial will tion providing that tho Committee was mado in the tho clouds or tho sun. A big holo ther discussion ubout tho flag coas-ebo In Beaver Dam Friday afternoon, on General WeUaro be directed to re- detective. Tho bombs dropped seem to havo and after tho captain aud crow Nueces bolow tho water line, but It "Stole my overcoat?" gasped tho Deflnito arrangements could not bo Tho flsh was Bhot been vory small and filled witn snrap-an- d port as early ns possible "a practical hud been takon aboard tho subma- was kept afloat. lcarnod. such condi- lawyor. plan for Investigating Tho sword tho walls of tho houses in tho hauled JN "Yes, your overcoat Is among tho rine u torpedo and threo shells sent measured flvo aOoard. length, Capt. npl; neighborhood whoro they fell aro tions, with a view of adopting such feet In against tho sido of tho American ship ordinances, recommending aiich leg- stolen property recovered and it Is RAILROADER BUYS ENGINE j pocketed Three with small holes. Prcdergast said. put her to tho bottom. THAT HE RAN 25 YEARS AGO In "ovldence here." -vbombs fell on tho roofs or houses und islation, or taking such steps as may Although angry at tho action of "llut my overcoat Is nt tho tailbe best calculated to remedy tho GROWERS ono smashed a chimney stack. Threo Hut,chInson, Kans., Nov. 25. Al tho German commnnder.Capt. Duffy or's being cleaned." CALLED TO VOTE OX POOL WOraen seated in an upper room un- - evil.'' and his men had somo moasuro or "Yes, it was thero, but now It's most a quarter of a century ago O, Icier tho stack wero not hurt. Tho tatlsfactlon In Beelng the Hag at tho here. Your tailor sent tho coat to P. Byers, as an engineer on tho Rock Truubo Acquitted. Tho tobacco poolers of tho Co-ofurnishings of tho room wero not on as tho waves Anally en masthead Nashville, Nov. 2!). Charles C. Marcus & Co. Tho mon you aro de- Island, was using ouglno No. 490 Growors Association disturbed. Nearly all tho other dam-ar- o eratlvo Tobacco a run between Fort Worth, Tex.r fending broko in and stole it." suited their ship. of Truubo was acquitted today of tho called to meet at Hartford Mon- U.0 consisted of tho brcakugo Tho Cliomung was registered at day, "This is too much," smiled tho and Chlckasha, Oltla. churgo of tho murder of Harry Dcccmbor 4, at 2:00 p. m for windows. a crow of Mr. Byers Is now president of his Now York and carried lawyer. "Howovor, I'm not going to , The Jury was out un hour Slokou. accepting or reject-- 1 Tlioy found a place In tho purpose of twenty-fou- r. awt examtho Anthony own railway, and twenty minutes. Traubo claim- bo a quitter. My clients walvo Ing offer mado on our pool ranging PASTOR GIVES FREE LUNCH Northern. Ho needed another two lifeboats, und after a time on from ?12 to $7 for leaf, $10 to $7. ination." WHEN SALOOXB ARE OUSTED ed that Stokca attacked him when and found to his satisfaction, tho open sea wero picked up by a for lugs and ?5 for trash. Frost bit- "Grand Jury: $2,000 bond each," ho went to 'his ofllco to seek a rotook them to Spanish steamer, which went ll uci Ion of alleged Insults. Do tired jsald Judge Lalluy. "Officer, glvo tho that his old engine, No. 40G,was out to1 Chicago, Nov. 27. Saloons ten tobacco patd for according of commission on tho Rock Island. Valencia. Cupt. Duffy has mado a pros out In Waukcgan, 111., last May, and In Both wero prominent lawyer his coat." to tho morit8. Every pooler should bo As a matter ot sentiment largely h long roport of tho Incldont lunch, i(uvers". out so theso deals can bo fully ex with them perished tho freo dickered for and secured tho lo American consul at Valcnclo, John plained Business Scholarship. 4 Then along camo tho Rev. W. B. and overybody rando under 11, Putnam. Wo havo for salo, a scholarship, mottvo, has had It rebuilt, and Chicago HAD SIXTEEN WARS University of Collins, a stand tho proposition fully, . ;z IN 8EVEXTEEX YEARS good for a compluto course In either now pulling wheat trains, as Let every magisterial chairman student, who said ho would put in UUj GIVES UP PROMISED or on tho Anthony and Northern, Ilookkeoping aud Accounting something of a con CALL OV CITY meet mo at 9:30 In tho morning of their stead S 10,000 Mr. Byers ran with a frelu- Colon, Panama. Across Nicara- Stenographers Course In tho OwensSo ho planned meeting to transact structlvo nature. tho day of the gua, nature has dug 121 miles of an- boro Business & Industrial Collogo. over tho line, scntcd in the I sermons. u freo lunch artcr his Auiboy, III., Nov. 2D. Mary Smith Important business. . U will be sorvml for tho first time other interoccanlo canal out of a For particulars apply at Republican at tho throttle of his old em L. B. TICHENOR. Chicago girl, who was adopttf lU in reality. a poor of 1C8 miles. Undo office. Sunday night j totul dlbtauce Ch'm'n. Ohio County ed' by Jamea Pankhurst, u wealthy J, iib SIGNED t) ' ( the-101- to-da- " &toASBHfe to-da- to-d- 0. Uoss-Yaug- tm Ross-Vaug- to-d- ofll-cc- rs anti-aircra- ft -- d, ) j I fc -fr- i loco-motl- vo , for II. I. OF i. BLAMED solvo It, each Holds in their respective NEW ITALIAN WAR TO MANIPULATION rHOFITKHKN IV Sl'P-IMJKIXMM IN .IU.MI S OAUsUvS it,u'i:s. BULK BUYING IS URGED Community Ittijlm: In Hulk Would Lower Cot it Mi Ins So Ir. . WUey S.t. How high the cost of llvlnp has soared slnco 1012 may lie been by tho table here. The prices quoted are wholesale. Retail prices those tho housewife pajs are higher. Nor. Xov. 1D1G 1912 ?4.f.r, $9.50 Flour, per bbl .08 05 Milk, per qt 40 ,Eggs', per dos. .50 .22 Hams, smoked, per lb.. .14 .40 Mutter, creamery, lb... .32 .08 Sugar, granulated, lb.. .05 .06 05 Rice, per lb 4.35 13.00 Beans, per 10 J lb 1.30 Potatoes, bu. (SO lbs.). .50 Washington. Nov. 25. "The high cost of llviug iH a result of just two factors. One Is our departure from the simple life, and the other Is tho who control machlnatlous o thos-the supplies we need." declares Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, famous pure food expert and former chief of the Bureau of Chemistry United States Agricultural Department, In discussing ' today tho phenomenal skyrocketing of' of the prices of the necessities life. Dr. Wiley saiti there Is an Individual and special problem involved. Buy LaboU; Sut Komi. "Fashion Is one of the principal factors in high cost of living," he said. "A 'man's clothing will wear him a year; a woman's clothing must be changed threo or four times a year to meet the changing fashion, and as men pay the bills the high cost of clothing hits everybody. "In the same way instead of buying bulk wo insist on buying brands when we buy food. If wo would stop buying labels and buy food wo f.juld notice a difference! "We pay for a little package of biscuits holding four ounces a price of 10 cents, which makes 40 cents a pound for wheat! "And besides, the city man can't get whole Hour wheat; fashion has decreed that nothing but white flour 1$ sold In our grocery stores. "If families would combine to buy whole wheat and whole corn and buy potatoes by the barrel and other foods the same way in quantities and a company of families can easily do this, it would helo largely to !olve the problem." Dr. Wiley says undoubtedly the European war, combined with a short crop Is responsible for the high price of Hour, wheat and bran. "The only remedy for this," he savs, "is peace In Europe and another crop of wheat. "But tho European war is not responsible for the high cost or meat. are getting the lowThe cattle-raiseest prices that they have received And In forty years for their cattlo. vot nil meats are higher in price to consumers. This is a pure manipulation of tho market, and wo cau do nothing about it so long as we permit the beef barons to hold us by the e rs DnnRcr Signal. If tho fire bell should ring would you run and stop It or go and help to put out tho flre? It Is much tho same way with a cough. A cough Is a danger signal as much as a fire bell. Tou should no more try to suppress It than to stop a flre bell when It is ringing, but should cure the dlseaso that causes tho coaghlng. TMs can nearly always bo dono by taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Many have used It with the most beneficial results. It Is espefor tho persistent cially valunble cough that so often follows a bad Mm. cold or an attack of Che grip. Thomas Beechlng, Andrews, Ind., writes: "During Mie winter my husband takes cold easily and couglu Chamberlain's Cough and coughs. Remedy Is the best medicine for breaking up tlneso attacks and you catfnot get him to take any other." m Obtainable everywhere. SHIP IS HPKKD A WONDER IIITIIKIITO UNKNOWN IS HNVKLOPKI) I1Y TUB NKW WAK CrtAFT. a CALLING WILD DUCKS How To I.uic Various Singles Within llangc of (Sun. throat. "This i the great economic problem of the future for tho United States Government, which should handle It as a social problem solely for the public bonefit. as wo have the problem of child labor, tho elght-kuwork law and as wo will kan-dl- o In minimum wage legislation. ether words, our governmental agen cies must be so organized that they will look after the Interests of all the people rather than for tho of h group. "Do you remember how the Mayor of IndlanapollB some years ago purchased carloadB of potatoes ut whole-utl- e and sold thorn to tho people at etual coat? "Why should not all our cities do the same thing? Why shouldn't our cititK go into the milk business and supply their people with clean, puro milk ut actual cost, eliminating the duplication and overlapping thut nocoecurily takes place whore a dozen distributors try to servo the city? Wo supply our people with wator, why not with milk? "Figure I have collected fckow (hat the city can Pasteurize, a bottle, cool ami deliver milk at 3 cents u quart,. Thorefore, they can afford to pay the fanner 7 cents a quart and kill I bull to the consumer at 10 coots. "The high ooft of living Is an Individual and a sooial problem. Inmust dividuals and communities ur Whether you shoot over decoys, on the pass. Jumping or wading, the call is very essential. Yet of the great number of men who shoot, comparatively few are able to call well or with judgment. Nor Is 't necewsary to cultivate many different calls. Two or three are enough. For the Inland water fowl, mallard, widgeon teal, gray duck, spoonbill, wood duck, black duck and all ducks, the mallard and teal call is sufficient. In fact, the mallard call alone ts usually enough for all nondlvlng ducks. ducks, For diving or deep-watcall will answer, altho tho ble-bi- ll if one has also fit command the pur ring call of the it will In greatly help in the day's sport. shooting over ordinary waters where sport is to be had nt blue bills, broad-billwhistlers, butter- balls and tho others of their class, most of the ducks will respond read ily to the ble-bi- ll or the broad-bi- ll are great callers, call. Blue-bill- s and on calm days can be heard hailing every passing duck. calls the Sometimes tho blue-bi- ll ker-r-ronce, thqn twice and three even four times, and occasionally times. When they are feeding they kind of ofteu sound a contented chuckle which is similar to that of the mudhen when undisturbed. Sound travels a long way In a still marsh. When the call is loud the mallard, black duck and widgeon detect easily tho fraud in calls; therefore modulate your voice in a marsh. Oftentimes these wary birds after coming into a marsh in response to your call, will settle among your decoys; or they may alight outside of gun range and study the decoys to satisfy themselves of their being-al-l right. If not disturbed they will then slowly move toward the decoy, feeding and chuckling as they swim. Do not call too loud or too often. Call to attract tho bird's attention to decoys, then modulate your call. In a marsh remombcr that the birds can detect the imitation much moro easily in a loud than In a muffled call. birds call louder, For deep-wate- r for tho calling, or else give a low chuckle that they can just hear. If birds start to circle away, a few low calls will often bring them back. If in open water, tho birds often will go entirely around you to disbunch cover what tho suspicious of weed3 contains, and at such times lie low and do not try to keep them In sight all tho while. Your moving will scare them quicker than anything else. Lie low and stay low, and If the birds come in, do not jump up If you happen to bo on shore. Rest just enough to clear your blind when you shoot. Be assured tho ducks' eyes are on the shoro side, for there Is whero they watch first for danger, and any movomont sends them scattering. All Outdoors. . Constipation Causes Had Skin. A dull and pimply skin is duo to Cora sluggish bowel movement. rect this condition and clear your complexion with Dr. King's New Life Pill. This mild laxative taken at bedtime will assure you a full, movement in the free, morning. Drlvo out tho dull, listless feeling resulting from overloaded Intestines and sluggish liver. Get At all Druggists, a bottlo 1 25c. non-divier red-head, red-head- s, s, -r non-gripito-da- as 25. Italy Nov. brought out ouo of the great surprises of tho war. Whllo somo details arc suppressed, It has become known hero that tho Tutf All (All Wings), the new warship, on her trial trip did S00 miles at tho speed of an express train. She actually traveled three times the rate of tho fastest transatlantic liner. "During the trip," says an officer, "we were nttacked by an enemy submarine. You would have laughed to see the torpedo fall several hunThe dred yards clear of our stern. torpedo catchers which escorted us wero left far behind. In a few minutes all we saw of them wns a bit of smoke." This wonder ship is driven by naptha iaud compressed air. The naptha passes thru compressed air at such a terrific rate that It emerges in a state of pulverization; it is boilers then propelled Into by means of atmospheric pressure, thus produclig heat of from 1,500 to 1,800 degrees centigrade. Tutf All has three turbines, which propel with each. a force of 8,400 horse-powThe safety valves throw off showers of water and pulverized naptha, which turn bright purple in the sun as they fly upward. The ship shakes as tho It were In a perpetual earthquake. Even hardened seamen havo to learn to walk on Tutf All. The steel lining would break with the vibration but for a special system of joints. The noise of the turbines is so great that nobody's voice can be heard. All orders are given by signal, as in the midst of a heavy bombardment. The ship leaves a high mountain of sea behind. Rome, er ing," tho old voice continued. "But" hero ho laid his hand upon his wlfo's and paused for a moment "wo want to go together. You see, ' he explained gently, "we've been together so long I don't think wo could stand It If we were separated now." "We havo n little money," the old man confessed. "Not much, and that Is gorng pretty fast. Wo have n house, too, but It Is hard for two peoplo who can't sco very well to So we aro willing to go housckecp. to tho Islnnd." "If you havo a homo wo enn't take you for vagrancy," tho lieutenant 1nuscd, "and you haven't committed any crime " "Of The woman Interrupted. course, he hasn't," sho snld, look- proudly nt tho bent flguro bctJdc her. "He never did n wrong thing In hto gM3V QCT7 1fcfiTOGflaVg 1MFW ' OUR S1 PALL. GOODS NOW ON DISPLAYS life." "I don't seo how I can arrest you then," tho policeman continued. "Suppose you go back homo and think it over. We'll Inform tho Associated Charities of Flushing. Maybe they can help you. "Whenever they send us, wo want to be together," the old man snld earnestly. "Pleabe remember that, won't you?" Stop That Cough. the A hacking cough weakens whole system, drains your energy and gets worse if neglected; your throat Is raw, your chest aches and you feel soro all over. Relieve that cold at once with Dr. King's New Discovery. Thq soothing pino balsamn heal the Irritated membranes, and tho antiseptic and laxative qualities kill the germs and break up your Get cold- - Don't let a cold linger.. y at Dr. King's Now Discovery 1 your Druggist, 50c. to-da- S 3 & Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. & w 4 wwvuvwwft t wS . !You Om Be Whatever You .. I1UU Uilli i. UU II Want To Be ;r II JUU SHOES TO GO SOARING Retailers Discuss ProvlMon For Sub. .stitute For Iejitlier. Pittsburg. Nov. 25. There fa no relief in sight from present prices I A M BITION , j .. u: ..a hllU:'0'", ttllll it (III, BUtLUOO E RE KG Y, N E R V E. .,,,. ,.ii lllltu 1. 2 T 1 m Good For Constipation. Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent for constipation. They are pleasant to take and mild and gentle in effect. Obtainable everywhere, m named to make a thoro Investigation of this matter. Denver, Nov. 25. "Pursued by a Thousand Snake, or One Hundred Nervous Women. Dollars to tho Good," might be the When the nervousness is caused Arititle of a thriller enacted in the by constipation, as is often the case. of zona desert by Herman Hertz, you will get quick relief by takingLos Angeles, and friend reptile. Tablets. These tabSeeing no one but Hertz around, a Chamberlain's ObImprove the digestion. occupying an lets also six foo,t rattlesnake nt tainable everywhere. e'culslve den near Wlttenburg. Ariz., madly gave chase. Hertz dashed ASHES OF JACK LONDON forward In the general direction of ARK HURIKD OX HIS RANCH SNAKK CIIASKS MAN TO OLD MINK FORTUNE RHVKALKD if you tire, properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite of shoes according to officers and diThe big men of today almost with- rectors of the National Shoo Retail- i for preparedness. yesers' Association, who came here 1 out exception aro tho men who prepared yesterdny. terday to arange for the National We prepare ym for the position that tiro writing Convention In Cincinnati in January. The retailers were so sure high prices for the prepared man or woman. School in se&ion would continue that a lengthy discussion was held to provide a sub- 1 the entir. year. Pupils may enter at any time and stitute Tor leather In the manufacreceive proper classification. ture of shoes, and a committee was Tho rond to success is easy j I ; mil lie i nil (Incorporated) ! , OWENSBORO. KY California, but the wriggler gain- ed rapidly. The everything turned dark before his eyes. But It was not fear nor falntness. Just a prospector's hole. Hertz realized he could not leap the chasm that yawned before hint. Meanwhile the fangs of tho reptilo yawned in back of him. With rare presence of mind Hertz t Handicapped. "Ah, 'mo!" signed Walker Tlghs, "would that I bavo been born an pliant?" "Because why?" queried his friend aioriuuiBiuii uarnus. "Then no measly landlord could keep my trunk," replied tho tragedian, as ho lot out a soulful un-gre- sigh. The Santa Rosa. Cal., Nor. 2G. ashes of tho late Jack London, the author, who died Wednesday night. No y on a hillside of were burled his Glen Ellen ranch. Tho original Intention was to scat- - i and ter the dust over the lanu ne loveu. but by Mrs. London's direction a conAll For $2-i- o receptacle was prepared in the brought himself to an abrupt halt, crete and there, without ceremony, hiltslde took one step to the left and watted In the presence of Mrs. London, a the end. Companion tew neighbors and tho employes of Issuesof H; Jr v The snake, however, was not gift the ranch, the urn containing the 52 ISSUES yTiiEwirnfs companion It slid ashes was placed and the receptacle ed with Hertz's cleverness. The favorite family weekly of America. on and on until it plunged into the 12 Great Serials or Group In 1917. and sealed. 250 Short Stones, a thousand Articles abyss. and Suggestions, a thousand Funny. bms. bpccial i'acc lor all ages. Hertz, who is a business man and GHOST OF DEAD SEAMAN not a miner, rescued tho snake's TERRORIZES CHINESE CREW 2Sk end 12 Issues cf body for tho snake died from its jm McCaJTs Magazine Injuries and had himself photoM'CALL'S MAGAZINE Philadelphia, Nov. 25. Ghosts In12 ISSUES AND A CRESS PATTERN graphed with It. But before ho left habit the British steamship Oceano. Intern ytflfim. M0W 15' Tho Tasliion AUTHORITY followed he picked up several specimens of now lying at GIrard Point. Altho by millions of American women. You will get the 2 nnnttily issuer of the rock the miners had discarded In no white men can seo them, they McCall's. making not merely a gold. The rock leer at tho Chinese crew from all their search for but n (aihlon inaga:lne every month o 1317. looked yellow, but, recalling the fa- the dark corners of the ship. Hues an J lSe. mous saying that all Is not gold thut Guards on the vessel have been McCtll Dreu $2-i- o glitters, ho had It assayed and learn- doubled to prevent the twenty-flv- o Tattcm for ... t. Raarxr: uvoutu ed it was vanadium. Ta Orientals on the ship from jumping 1 r. O Hour OnJr) Hertz reurned to Arizona and overboard and escaping. Tho trouB4 Ui 10 (Imrf i r( rUt rttptr In wUoa t Udi 02ir ; bought the holo that saved his life. ble started when Ling Hung, one or ul ni COMPANION for 53 the Today he dashed madly Into Den- tho Chinese firemen, was found dead 1 THEt YOUTH'S imiv tuuui wvuipunion, weeks, and uiuy.j1117 Home Calendar. itt"-w..i iu suDsvijccra ver. Ho had received an offer of In his bunk. When this man was 2 MAf-k'- sDressM.Ac.AZ1S5,'rfJyfor mon,h for onetoyear- - a'1 ': ig. of any 2 cents extra I'aittm cover m.. $100,000 cash for his property. buried none of his fellow-countr- y THE YOUTH'S COMPANION. St. Paul St.. 11CSTON. MAACHUSCTTS men was allowed to attend the funernl, as the Chinese exclusion act prevents them from landing In AmerFLETCHER'S FOR had no logs and had to "hoppco, of North American birds. ica. 1 There, ban not been a serious gon-r- nl Slnco Ling Hung was not burled outbreak of tho Uocky Mountain Chinese rites he left his ghosts with UNWILLING TO PART OLD locuut slnco 18S0, and this particuBrief Items. COUPLE ASIC TO GO TO JAIL behind him. These shades havo now Birds migrating at night average lar xritsbhoppor has ceased to bo a returned to tho ship to nvonge themlonger flights than tho dtiy migrants. post of uny great Importance. New York. They ventured into selves on tho crew because they did Tho juleo or grapes, apples, and Tho laxative properties of fruits tho Flushing pollco station like two not follow tho fuueral procession nud vegetables aro uol destroyed by many other fruits can bo concentratfrightened children, withered hands drop Uttlo pieces of paper and use and canning them. ed without beat by means of tho holding tight to each other an old other magic to drive the devils as freezing method developed by tho By tho use of hopperdozers years awny. man burned out by eighty-fiv- e United Slntcs Department of AgriEach or tho Celectlals has bought many as 300 bushels ut grasshopof life, and tho wlfo that had been himself a flashlight, which Is kept pers havo been collected on 100 acres culture. for moro than half a century. his The rouudhended apple-tre- o borer Nonoj of alfalfu. "Wo are very old," William Liv- burning almost continually. tho may be greatly reduced In numbers Tho nlghthawk performs ingston piped in a voice that indors- of them will venture In any part of longest journey of any land bird. Its by destroying tho common sorvlco ed his statement. "And wo are both tho ship by himself. Most of the trip Is 7,000 miles, from tho Yukon (treo when In proximity to orchards. nearly blind. Wo want to bo sent time all of tho Chinese gather in the ii hub ueen round that the tree Is ,t forecastle, whero they will not be to Argentina. to Blackwoll's Island, pleaso." way of niuklng a delicious tablo favorlto food plnnt of tho Insect. woman slipped ono hand thru alono. Hero the lights aro kept go-- 1 I A The Tho Arctic tern holds all records sirup from muscadine grapes Is mi tho crook of her husband's arm, the lug to scaro away devils. for length of migration. When tbo Tho day after tho funeral ono of j nounced by tho United States shiny sleeve of his othor stroked tho jouiik uro full grown tho entiro fam- of Plant Industry. coat timidly. Beforo the astonished the firemen rushed out of tho enTho files of tho United States De- ily leaves tho Arctic regions nnd could think of a reply, gine, room In fright. He declared he lieutenant Agriculturo contain several months later U found skirtsot forth his saw the ghosts of two former coin- - partment of William Livingston rades, who had died and wero bur- more than 1,000,000 cards concern- ing the edge of the Autarctlc terms of surrender. led at sea. Ho said that these men ing the .distribution und migration "We'll go to Jail eager and will to-da- Combination of Reading like It Y The Youth's PieBestTwoi k lss JfiL -- o CkilclreiL Cry CAS TO RA hop-pee- ." I , 'flu-re- au ' Y t srAiiiWiT rf LOWLY JIMSON WkEU i r IS A VALUABLE DRUG IWHMKVtfl MAY (MTIIKH IT XKXT YKAIl AND (5KT A GOOr) I'ltlCH. , Dr. U. h. Crowe, lnstrtiftor In tho University of Tennessee department of phnrmney, In devising wnys nnd means to help tho farmers in every wny that it possible. Soiao months ngo ho gnvo tho Commcrclnt Appeal nn Interview in which ho directed to tho medicinal properties of n number of what havo nlways heen regarded as worthless weeds, particularly tho Jlnison weed. Slnco tho publication of that Interview bo tins received fully 300 letters of inquiry. Ho prepared a circular lottor nnd post card to bo sent in response to these Inquiries, nnd set about to mnko arrangements to irfcko tho unlvorslty department of pharmacy of greater value to tho people. of TI5I Aral step In tho direction being helpful Is to advise farmers nnd all persons who may bo interested that if thoy will strip tho leaves, from tho JImson weed, wlillo" tho jwood is in blossom, storo tho loaves 'in an attic or out of the uun, bo that they will not decompose, then send the dried leaves to him, ho will arrange for their fdilpment to n largs Philadelphia manufacturer of drugs. Dr. Crowo believes tho prlco will tcango from flvo to If. cents a pound. Tho Philadelphia concern will not lots. This less than being tho case, ho will bale tlie JImbales son weed leaves In nnd ship them to Philadelphia.. Tho fact that tlie leaves must bo stripped from the plant while thu blossoms are m the plant, nnd that they nniRt be stored In a dry place, where the sftm will not reach them, If these xhould not bo overlooked. points "are nut observed tho leaves will be worthless. Dr. Crowo also recommended that vntftor bonus and sunilowers should be planted next spring along the ns both fences nnd tho corners, havo properties of considerable value. Tho castor beans have medicinal properties and iu addition to this they uru used In tho manufacture r one of tho finest fertilizers known Tor truck gardens. The suntlower tuied mnko the finest poultry food on GOO-pnuGOO-pou- no way lntcrfcro with tho growth of garden truck, cotton, etc., as they will grow nlongsldo tho fence nnd In tho corners whero tho plow does not rench when thd fnrmor Jireaks or turns his land. It will bo of Interest to tho people of the stato, ns well ns In this Im mediate vicinity, to know that tho department of phnrmney manufactures tho tablets and medicines used in the dispensary in Rvo Hall of tho University of Tcnaesseo Collego of Medicine, whero from 100 to S00 poreons nro treated free of charge. Dr. Crowo grows a number of herbs from which ho extracts medicines, oils, etc. Memphis Commercial Appeal. RUSSIA EVENS UP WITH UUIIMAX ' September nnd deposit their eggs succeeding generation. up- on some woolen fabric or furs for tho SE33&B3 (HE TEUTONS Ol'I'ICrJUH ACCOHDIUI TIIHATMIJNT AS COMMON' HOMHKIIS. o Cough Medicine for Children. Mrs. Hugh Cook, Scottsvllle, N V., pays: "About flvo years ago whon we were living In Garbutt, N. Y., I doctored two of my children suffering from colds with Chambcr-laln'- s Cough Remedy nnd found it nst as represented In every wny. It promptly checked their cnughlng nnd cured their colds quicker than anydiers. thing I over used." Obtainablem o- - $(10,000,000 SI'KXT YKAltliV IX Till: V. H. I'Oll KU11S IolnK Scandinavian government official to Of my beloved boy, Polndextcr inform Germany that unless those Onlloway, this life whoj departed orders wero revoked similar steps Nov. 2G, 1D1C. would bo tnken In Russia toward German aristocrats. As no reply Ono year ago wo parted, wns received from Germany the, orHis spirit passed away, der was Issued. In life wo always loved him Uefore the order was Issued GerAnd mourn his loss man litlsoners had been Nvell treated In Russia. They Weto under litto give you up, boy tle restriction and wero permitted to Dear God'twas hard It so, I hath willed Rut tnter shops In the towns, recelvo nnd I've been lonely slnco you left y accept Invitations from colonists and .Neglected Colds Grow Worse, ono year ago, long walks. Their only sufA cough that rucks and Irritates to tako I think of you and love you still, as tho throat may lend to a serious fering appeared to he from the rigors through this life I roam- chronic cough. If neglected. Th9 of a Siberian climate. o y henllng plno lmlsams In Dr. Bell's I Bhed sweet memory's tears, THU COLORADO WAS remPino Tnr Honey Nature's own With fond affection true CAIXIM) "KIRKRRAXD RIVKK" edy will sootlio and Tollovo tho IrAnd bowsmy head with saddened 1 ritation, breathing will be easier, and heart, The Colorado River was reached tho antiseptic properties will kill tho by two of tho early Spanish explor- fondly think ot you. And germ which retarded lieallng. Havo nro frnm Alnvln In 1KJO MOTHER. Oni. nf It handy for croup, sore throat and oxpIorers'was MelcWor D,az, wno All Pncllltles. Get a riiromc iirunviiiiii came across country and went only The aged admiral was well known liottlo today, Pleasant to take. At a short distance above Yuma, and 1 U for his powers of exaggeration. all Druggists, 2.1c. tho other was Hernando do Alorcon, Bupper ono night ho was describing who came In boats from western Mexn thrilling voyage. Willing. Owing to thu custom of the naico. "While cruising In the Mediter"Is your boy. Josh, willing to make tives of carrying firebrands 'In winIswny In life by thu labor of his ter with which to warm themselves, ranean," he said, "we passed an bis the market. land which was red with lobsters." p In addition to theso qualities they hands?" Diaz named the stream Rio del . "Hut,'' said one of the polite InHo Is Just that," replied Farmer (Firebrand Itlver), a name morn take up thu nourishment from the credulous guests, "lobsters are not Mill nnd prevent tho growth of noxCorntasscl. "His 0110 ambition In distinctive than tho present one, ious and other worthless weeds about life Is to bo a prizefighter." Wash- which often causes considerable con red until boiled." the undaunt1ho farm, garden or land. They 'Jn ington Star. fusion because no part of "tho river! "Of course not," saidwas a volcan- Js In tho State of Cdlorado. Santa ed admiral, "but this Vo Guidebook, Superintendent of 3c Island with boiling springs." Documents. llrlef Xotcs. The Chinese make an appetizing Wheels in Movies. sauce out ot soy beans, wheat, An export has figured out why the tahlo 1 wheels of a, moving vehicle shown on and rock salt. southern-mad- e melting the motion picturo screen sometimes ' Tho butter Is .point ot higher where cattle appear to stand still, sometimes to waver between forward and hack-.- ! are fed cottonseed products. Forty-liv- e thousand dead ducks, ward, and more often to travel back-- 1 victims of wild duck disease, were ward. Tlie motion picture, ns every one knows, Is slmpjy a succes- ' picked up o'n one mursh near Great taken at tho Salt Lake. sion of photographs In 1914, out of the total road and V rate of ahout twenty to tho second, ISO.000.000 of and each representing an Instantm- - ,,rl,,B0 " "" eons snapshot. If tho spoke of the(l"u """""""" "" wheel in the period It takes to Tna"ke that Is, worked out on the roads. guaranty legend on Tho a picture moves to n position almost packages of foods and drugs docs j hut not quite where tho succeeding unnkit fitnntl tn nlrtlirn Vn 1 thn nvn not mean that the United States Govmment has passed on the quality assoclaics It with Us former sneees- sor, hecaiibo It Is nearest to it and of tho product. keeps which seems thereforo to have niovej ' Concentrated elder, which 'better and Is much less Imlky than 1 slightly hackward. If tho Nn, spoko In the Interval between snap- the ordinary product, can bo mado freezing and ccntrlfugnlizing, shots exactly takes tho place of the hy which eliminate water and leave he- ' To women who are suffering from some form o h:ti 1'illnir Riinkn. t li nvv ilnlort i no cmuige, and tho wheel seems to;1,,,,d, SUBar am 'lavor woman's special ills, and have a constant fear of breaking lie Etlll. If tho enmcra Is cranked Tho sense of direction lit niigrnto- mys-- ! t an approximately steady rule ry ulrdK is as marvelous an It is clowi, the three following letters ought to bring hope: tcriotis. The familiar Inlialiltants of wlitln f lw vnlilnlrt vnrlia Itu ktiokI IllllllliffiUlIIIII Noirh Oittmlon. Wis. "When I was 10 years ,lt will l.o seen that a coufunlnR .r mir ooryiird martin boxes return the old 1 got Married and sit IB yenrs I gave birth to il of iTliiHlous Is created. It Ik well liu.i jt'ur iu i nuso imu uu.i:. iiiiiuii twins and it leu mo witn very poor neaitn. 1 count understood that thu term "motion meanwhile they have visited Brazil. not walk across tho iloor without having to Kit down to ixjht and jt waB hard for 1110 to keen about plutures is n liilsuoiiior hIiico tho hup- lf4-t- . I and do my work. I went to a doctor and uo told nrato nleturo of tho terlea In thiait-- , selves do not depict motion. Port- j mo I had a diKplaceinent and ulcory, nnd would havo to havo an onoration. This frightened mo so land Oregonlan. lllllll1 much that I did not know what to do. Having to-da- y. rs to-daTo-daiiiit-vuuii- a Washington, X'uv 2C Mllwly Is spending SGd,00u,000 a year to gratify her fancy for furs. Practically all furs sold to the women of this country are of American manufacture. Hcturns to tho nureau of the Census show that only $3,000,000 worth of furs wero imported durliiR tho past year. Tho American fur Industry Is now represented by 1,241 establishments with employing 11,927 wage-earnean nnuunl production worth more than $50,000,000. For Sale. A 1C0 aero farm 4 miles cast ot Hartford, on tho border of the oil flottls. Good dwelling, barn and othThe. action was taken because Young heard Hint Ilusslan officers er necesry utbulldlngs. orchard, strawberry bed anl other had been put into punitive camps In Germany where orders were Issued pleasing featnres. If bonds carry y seat pike will bo near. to treat them harshly. Tlieso off& Darnelt, wore especially chosen from the See, or write Tlnslcy icers Hartford, Ky., for further particuguards and other aristocratic Iluslars. slan regiments. . --., ..'Russia promptly cabled to the Memory In Intcf-count-.A-f- Stockholm, Sweden, Nov. 2fi. After having threatened that unless the harsh measures that Ilusslan officers wero being subjected to In German prison camps were stopped that retaliation would bo ordered, tho Ilusslan war ministry has pnt the threat Into execution. Tho German aristocrats wero courteously told that when Germany ceased its harshness to Ilusslan officers, they would be permitted former liberties. Then the German officers In Siberian camps wero put Into ordinary soldiers' camps, deprived of their orderlies, forbidden to send or receive letters or parcels and wero put on the same diet given to common sol- Unfortunately, wo havo no effective method of preventing the dam-ag- o done by these Insects. Consequently In Infested quarters frequent inspections nrc demanded wherever these insctts becomo troublesome. It Is generally assumed that thu various rcpcllants, such as tobacco, camphor, moth-ball- s, etc., will free garments of this pest. Tho above mentioned rcpcllnnt nro useful Inasmuoli as they will prevent the motli from ovipositing whero they nro placed, but they do not prevent the development of eggs or larvae on infested goods. Tho most effectivo method for this pest is to thoroughly sun nnd brush the cloth desired to he laid nwny. Then placed m a tight box or trunk with a goodly supply of one of the above mentioned rcpcllants. This will prevent relnfostn-tloi- t. Charles R. Jones, Colorado Agricultural College. vffirfflct ContrntT ISPlmd Dmrlira H 11 I I j s& w U Forlnfantinrf f JH..7tcxi Mothers Know Tte ( - - Al.uuiiuu a ' r - i 'jt .Lfflrl' -- "I i ? """ WJ - TL Genuine Casferia """" Always AY , A Hears the 4 k Jf ( Av nLS ..V ilv'J Jii . -uiccnumcssanu rnratiinin0f .. .. j..... nciuicruiuuni.i'iu. ... . Vr XT -n-!- Signature jr Mineral, noiiin'"""" l -- Sritnn JinrArUtJcXt M i&2, -- rOtZlli 33S J n IHitrrirHiftmr 5 AftclpfulHcmcflyier 9 Conslipnlion nnd Diarrte . nnaicvvM"--- " .a . fa Vw,it;Mhorcrrom-inIiiCir.cy- . ,, J lOSSOFSLBbP . " &.r& '&&!& f..--- .tiH'"?---.- 7acSimilcS;lfLl i J J Usn For Ovc ' c lrfk 1 r. (&0&&M u,j ti TiinCcCTAWiGoiir.wr. Thirty Year NEW m rvuepwiL'T L...,,-- L...J.1. . .ty Exact Copy of Wrapper. I ' Starck Pianos No Money inAdvnnco tinn Gnar SntiMfoc Biiteod Fct"iy Pricog TcrniH P A. STARCK rRCStDCNT Easi.nt A S2 00 Foe From tory Direct S living of SlOO to ... cry?. TiI Ti-zo- Vo will ship you a. beautiful Starck Piano lor 30 Jas' frfo trial, In your home. No caKh myment requited. All we n&k is that you will play upon, uao nnd test this piano lor 30 lajs. If, nt Ifte end of that time, you do not tind It the highest Kimlo, sweetest toned nnd finest plane every way, that you have ever mn for the jnoney. you are at perfee liberty to la It back, and wo will. In that send event, pay the freight both ways. X s Starck Piuno must make cood with you, -- t or there Is no sale. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL ',K . VL Save $150.00 or Mora We ship direct to you frem our facrcy, at prks that bavejXHi Uittftrd uf tlSO.OO (ho iv-- t jilano. of We guarantee to fumUh )cu a bctttr piano for the money than you can wore elsewhere. You are assured of a rctlifjctcry sweet torte durable higU graue Easy Payments li lou ru; no cah down, but after 30 day o.' trial, yoii can licifn tiayincnt on tlie lowBui;ctiil by a planu est, casktt teruu to manufacturer. Tlicsz tetmt are cult your convmknee, and It in possible for yiu to b"y n plana for your home, without health fcr tt piano. rr.livirc the inon'y, Oti.Veo Rr:cranf 4a F.Trrv Btarcic f I Tiano U 25 2nd- - Ksnd Bargcint Sick Wcmen llrls IpwraBtPf hu back ot it our 35 years ot plane f xrierimce, and the rrpn. tatlon of an rcwniiblc piano bourf. Kiiaranterd for years t M! .' 50 Frse Music i lavt, ecctantl) ot baud tarpj number of rllebtlf used and rcond land pianoa of all ftamlard makes tiLi-- in fcr rcw Stank Plane and Plajer-- Planes. The follow. are a few tticple bargains: ins W btarck Playvr Pfaii" lt and the h1.!. ni pjfT rJiT.i j ta, lit n4 Lessons purchaser of To cir-rStarck llanos U( R ve free muric lcvonfi, in one ot the Lett known whoolj in ITiIcaRO you Tht"- - S take In your own home, by nuiL This represents ooe ycar"f frpe initructlon. Weber Steinway Chickering Kimball "" Starck $110.00 92.00 00.00 95.00 195.00 Iightrd wltfi trv many exclusive tmrn-- ) of these wondnfu) tnstnimenti, and will t pteaieil with the wry low prtcm at which tiny can be wcurcj tntrltt. Tj-- Vu r .w riano ssek fiwlav tiook winch a For Forty Years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Has Been Woman's Most Reliable Medicine Here is More Proof. in sin Send for our latest corjhtc iceond band bar-ab- l li.t. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., large amount of Informa- i tion regarding pianos. This book will Intcnat and !1.2AF Toil. Writ nAv pivea you n Inr illuilrated piano 1313 Starck BId., CHICAGO 4- - .i JTHOS. E. MO Si Plasterer, ecorator and Contractor. i I a M ! i xtf-Su- ? of Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound T thought 1 would givo it a trial and it mado mo as well an over. I cannot say enough in favor of tho .Maymi: Asiiacii, North Orandon, Wis. rinkbam, ivmedlen."-.lr- s. ln-ar- liefon my little child was born and it did mo a Monderfnl amount of good at that time. I never tail to 1 ('commend Lydia E. Pinkham'u Vcgetablo CYnnixnmd to ailing a onion Ixieauso il has done m much Okla. for mo." 3h-s- A. 1 JHuCa&lanh, COO Have .St., . Testimony from Oklahoma. "Wlinn I began io tako Lydia E. Pinkham's Ve'gotablo Onmixmnrt T seemed to Ui good for nothing. 1 tired easily and had headaches much of tho thno and iu inegular. I took itagaiu Lawton, Oklm CASTO RIA vnli(iu .Many people buff-colore- d' Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S ffisk MotSiers Lifetimo experience with best of workmen, anil can i give any roforonoe desired. Call mo on Hartford i Mill To., 'nlionej or address meat Hartford, Ky. ' i 5 I I Motile are fnmlliur with tho We Knock the Spots flat of Things From a Grateful Massachusetts Woman. Ttoxbury, Mass. "I wis sull'orin from iullam-malio- u and was examined by a physician, who found that mv trnuhlu was caused Vv a displacement. My nymptoius wero bearing down pains, backache, inedi-cino1 MM in lis , Jill ,. IM ; and sluggish liver. I tried several kinds of then I was asked to try Lydia IS. Pinkham'u Vegetable I ompotuul. it lias cured mo and am pleased to Iw in mv usual cood health by using It and highly recommend it." Mrs. B. I, 0&uoo, 1 naynes raiK, itoxoury, aiass. l lilvlc.n wrlto tn IV11.1 ff vnn ivfiti uiwu-liiKI..I-I.....- . W'jtiM wJSBBr l tBaBnp-IHfTMeAi- I 1 Itiitr Ttlo11lin fii. iniiHitmiliill letter v 111 bo opened, read uml uubwemi by tv woman and held in btriu cuiilUlviice. I..VI11I. IWllbS. Injury done to woolen fabrics and furs by the cloth moth. This insect does not coufltio Itself to the household pest, but It can ulbu bo found iu clothing and dry goads stares. The moth udull is a small s of an inch In ubout length mid Is harmless, all tho depredations belli); confined to tho larval stage. The larvae are and are never seen uway from their movable cases. In appearance these cases up-- ! pear as, matted uiaasua of wool, hav- Iiik tho same general color of tho biibstancos from whloh they are oou-- j structed, houce they are somewhat dlfllpult to detect, Th" .ululta ippear from Jul to three-fourthcase-bore- Veraimie For the Children A safe, old fashioned remedy for worms. yean continun the best testimonial FREY'S VERMIFUGE can offer )ou. Secnty-fie Ladies' and Men's Garments Krench Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a Superior Manner Send us your Garments and Have Tbera i lAIBilli Lqb-sotypewriters explained by Moving Picture machine Sovun bijr Departments flbortbatul. Bookkeeping, Tolegraphy, Stonotypy, JIuslj, Primary Normal Export toaelierH. Modern equipment. Position assured Write for catalogue. Klfty-llv- e ua ous use f MK J J)r1L 1 &ol IrnJ CLEANED CLEAN Packages cnllejl for and delivered. I Ktvpa bo(t1iiilwi)icmriiacl UIt Lerp the ItU'a i iit. Lolik i tamlttoni Mil wrtiy ru, il t' f anlhubliy. tolll t yevi diuui.il w vitfdclrr l onelvy ru'l ll THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB A. Ivn Null, fr Prop. Da Bo, E. & S. FRFY UALIiMUKb. L.. m Y " IliUtTKOItl), KKXTUCKY. SuUkcrlbo for Tho Hartford Tlcan Si 00 por sear. Bus, , Colls Incorporut r.O. Ilepub. 0U.M,IUi BsaeasRsaaeaHa jY, ll yrmrs Twyrfr-.--wlTw1-y r Now tomes Uwensooro s MOSTLY viiGHr- ureatesi ..,. 01 ah reai . ...... ,... aaiosinis ionsier 13 icays wercnanuise ...... jHuvciueim Let Nothing Keep You Away . "t A Straight Cha lenge To Small The Purse! Hijjhi to you anm our ability to snvi you money, thou ands of dojlara' worth of Fresh, Quality Staple Fancy. Most Present ceded Winter lien hatxli-- c to bo distributed into homes of the pcoplt of Owenshom, richt in the heart and of the season at unheard of prises. Our plans huvc been well laid to make this the prala event of the year, having placed our orders some months ago, before the hiuh prices that now prevail, in order to protect our customers. Women's and Mioses' Coats, Suits, Skirts, Dresses, Furs, Millinery, etc., Children's Coats, Dresses, etc., Men's, Young Men's and Boys' Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, etc., Dry Gomls, Rugs, Carpets, Lace Curtains, Draperies, etc., in fact every item inside our four walls goes into this Sale, and you can save richly on everything you need that we carry, just in time to do your Xmas shopping. Denvntrn ('lo-tn- . '. Absolute Of Value Pinnacle Modern Giving! 19 a. m. Two Solid Weeks of Uuparallelcd Bargains. Sale Starts Friday. December Look for the Big Sign In Heart of Season Sale , mm r incfprs .ManiiTarfiirprs IBpnarrmprir . U...V,..U ...WV,UUM.U. ...,U. . -. Mnrp WM -- , 1- 114-11- 6 E. Main St, OWENSBORO, KY. -9 a.m. Two solid weeks of Uncqualcd Selling. r r aaic starts a i t n ueccmucr JVHsltJVWW U ist gain that visitors to tho Fnrm-rcAnderson Davison, Hltes Falls, ami FARMERS' WEEK. gun to soar and surely there J. I). Tajlor, Denver Dam, were apWeek may hope to obtain. Evgrower In Ohio c6unty who point! tl as Jury OomniRsIoners to understand the reason. Loose 'Tho best farmers and breeders ery visitor will teul that ho luih engelid. G00 name to be placed in the from all parts of Kentucky will as- joyed liberal education and will t rM acrordtn tu luw ' t I'urtotfli buyers aro casting nrtlflclat ball. CASES wheel for Jury service. OF homo with renewed enthuUnr'loril. Ky.. numnll mn'tr ol the rrroa Don't permit yourself to be deceived, semble at the Agricultural College An order has beon entered of rec- at Lexington on January 2nd, 3rd, siasm, Ideas and determination. nor tempted, but bear In mind conord oircclitig Sheriff S. O. Keowu to Uli nud Tith, to hold what Is design lly rending tho following list of that your pool has Editor stantly the fact and deliver your ALMSON J. HARNETT de Toy tho nine barrels of wln-- tinted ns "Farmers' Week." brought It about, Tho conventions to be held during ATTORNEY SMITH DIS- sti..ert from ISruno Frey, iff near Hi 8. TINSLEY,. .Business JIanngcr tobacco according to your pledge of COM'TH. days, any alert farmer will four days will bo dovoted to the an- MISSES OLD TRIALS WIIEKE Jlarrett's Ferry, this county. 'niinl conventions and shows of twelve that he ran 111 ntford to miss spendto honor. communications STATE IS WEAK. Address all . -- state-wid- e associations of stockmen, ing tho week at the Agricultural ColThe Hartford Republican. WHITE HOUSE GOSSIP farmers, etc, asldo from the woincns' lege. Woman Smoke Cigar,, OF THE DAYS GONE llY Tuesday, .Ian. 2. Is NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS no work. St. Cloud, KIRK ASSUMES DUTIES! privilege (puff)Minn. "There 9abcrllKT desiring the paieraentto a new Kentucky Corn Growers' Assocls Reduced rates have been securc'l a woman should not George Washington, tho first Prestddr mint (rtve the ol J iuIiIivm In mating the over all railroads. tlon, Kentucky Dairy Cattle Club. have (puff, purf) that a man has." request. ident, was sworn In In Wall Street With this declaration of lndcpcn- - " This occasion presents a rare opWeilne.Mlay, .Ian. Jt. BtulacM I.ociU ami Notices 10c per line and 5c on the steps of the Subtreasury build- Assi.stN.ln Prosecution for First Time . (cncu ytt line for k1i uddltlonnl lnertlon. huntress, whoso dog's collar portunity to meet the most successt Kentucky Ilecf Cattle Urcedors' ing. Obltmirieo, lriolutlon und Card of Thinks.." Xotes of the No ember Term bore the name of Anna Uacksnn, non- ful men in various lines of fnrmliig, Association, Kentucky Alfalfa Growper line, money In ndvunre. John Adams, the second President, of Circuit Court. chalantly flecked the ashes from a to hear them discuss their methods ers' Association, Kentucky Poultry Cbarrh Xotlm. for nexrliw tree, but other saw more persons weeping at his ln long black cigar and resumed her nud plans and to see their exhibits. Association, tdTertlrvmrntv. 5c per line. Marketing Kentucky ever seen at any after-dinnAnonymous communWntlon will receive no augural than he had smoke. All Is absolutely free. Conference. funeral and said of it: ttentlon "Why shouldn't I smoko cigars?" Competitive exhibits of com, dnlry . The November term bf the Ohio TliurMln), Jan. I, "Whether It was because of the milttantly inquired "Dlnna," on fur- products, honey, horticultural proo'r the ac Circuit Court convened In tho court loss of a beloved President Kentucky Swine Breeders' Associather interruption. "Isn't It Jst as ducts and women's work will be held. ..S Cumlorloni ... cession of an unpopular one, T --in. Iinusn liorp Momlnv with Jmlcrn It.. B0(nl as to l,e -- ... Z'aLXsa.axs' Uatual PuffinB nt clRaytteis Handsome premiums have been pro- tion, Kentucky Beekeepers' AssociaW. Slack, Commonwealth's Attorney not say." tion, Kentucky Jack & Mule BreedtlffTAftWtll-Ll-- u Minn ii tft .- vided for the winners In all these . illi.l ". vA prize of $500 was offered In C. E. Smith and County Attorney A.,"" Home classes. Frequently In tho past, ers' Association, Kentucky FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1. Washington's administration for the D. Kirk present.' Little time was mcn; Hackson unless Economics Association. MIss the dog's many of the classes have been poorI best design for a house to serve as a lost in beginning work on the crim- - engraved collar belled her name Friday, .Inn. .1. ly filled, thus allowing single enl.avn Washing- irmi .inoVnt n.ii .ft.,ni home for the President in Did you gobbler up yesterday? movle-llk- c spectacle for tries to win valuable premiums withKentucky Horso Breeders' Assonlp.ii.K- - li.n.ii Jluiuinaml will, Cuv- - ITOVlded a ton. James Hoban, an Irishman from the natives as she stood garbed In out competition. This largely ciation, Kentucky Sheep Breeders" Where there's a bill there's a way, South Carolina, was the successful eral cases pending for years where hunting attire, a gun In the crook of feats tho educational purposes of the Association, Statu Horticultural SoI the State's evidence was weak ami competitor. His sketch contained if it contains the $. her arm, her faithful hound at her I shows and It is hoped thnt this year ciety. many wings and colonnades that little hopes of conviction entertained Iso feet and her mouth calmly shifting the classes will be much better Premium lists and further Inforpublic was horrified and frlllr. have been dismissed by motion of If rink managers raise the price the cigar from corner to corner as mation can be had from T. R. Brywero the prosecu.or. ii is a good more and gingerbread decorations we can no longer say cheap skate. she satisfied the curious that she was I While tho cash and merchandise ant, General Secretary, Experiment eliminated. Tho result was the two-- I on the part of Attorney Smith. "every Inch a man." premiums are valuable they aro th Station, Lexington, Ky. With beans ana nutter both going story White House as we know it ' County .Attorney A. D. Kirk assum- butter-bean- s, now. Washington laid the corner- ed his duties at a court official for the up the combination, stone .of the building in 17U2. It was first ;lmo at this term of court. Past will surely soon be out of reach. as an attorney, however. j completed In 17D0, the year of Wash- - experience enabled him to take up tho work If reports aro correct there will be ' tntniie rlnntli more candidates for Jailer in Ohio John Adams was the first President with ease. Tho following gentlemen were em- county next year than there are to occupy the White House, and It Finis was said of Abigail Adams, his wife, paneled as grand Jurors: e, 'that she hung up the family wash In Rowc, Thad Iiarnard, Dooley Luke McLukc hopes the lady Con- the East Room. Frank Landrum, Will Tru- gressman will never lose her supTheoretically, the President of the man. Newt. Baize, Grant Pollard, porters. We don't regarder as one United States cannot be arrested or James Withers, James Harrison, likely to do so. restrained by any public official, but James Magan, Koinncy Acton and After Instructions Ulysses S. Grant, while President.was Worth Tlchenor. Tho turkey trot is coming back. held up and arrested by a negro po- by Judge Slack, James Weathers There are about 1,000. In the Hart- liceman for fast driving. He put up was designated as foreman and the ford fair grounds and all that is a bond of $20 and forfeited it next grand Jury retired to their room to needed Is tho music. begin their deliberations. William i day in police court. I may go beyond the Truman was chosen as clerk and The President You can't get along without a suit. That's a sure fact. Many times your coats The farmers meet Monday to ratiGrant Pollard as sheriff of the grand To- borders of the country If he chooses, fy the sale of the j won't.answer for tho diessy tailoretLappearance you wish to have. Lovys suits Jury. bacco pool. We hope it will be a dif- but seldom, If ever, does so. A good The following named parties were deal of talk was caused In Grover are especially designed for the woman who wants to look well. Levys sales give ferent ratification from the one held Cleveland's administration by the re- - empauneled as petit Jurors:' J. C around here not long ago. you the opportunity to buy a fine suit quite reasonably. ?1(5.50 suits aro iiito ." port that he had gone beyond the Hill. William Murphy, Melvln Stew art, John Wood, Alney Casebler, attractive and the S25 special embraces suits up to ?85. No doubt about it if three-mil- e limit on tho Atlantic whllo We are glad to note that the LouWId Taul. Dud Boyd. Erwln Harisville Sun has arisen again. J. H. fishing. you haven't a suit you need one. Every woman does. Tho President appoints his cabi- der, George Cummings, Will Thomas, of Ohio county. Is connectSI. Stcarsniau.Clnudo Ren-froJ. ed with the paper and his political net advisers, and he alone Is responWHIard Reynolds. Will Chick. experience together with his ability sible for any action taken by them. as a newspaper man will add much Lincoln's cabinet Is said to have vot- Henry Daughterly, Olllo Huff, J. W. Bales, Jam s Arnold, Ira Whittlng-hll- l, to the rays of the Sun. There is a ed against a measure which ho John Swope, Thomas Lod, Ed. .good field in Kentucky for such a Lincoln declared the vote "Aye." Dunn. Cliff Shown, Dyd Plunimer Republican newspaper and we see no to be seven "Noes" and one reason why It shouldn't go through "Therefore, said ho. '.'the ayes have ami K. O. Austin. Most of the first day cases were tho line of present day publisher's It." You know tho Lovy 'oats. They're especially smart. From $12.50 to ?50, tho 1. 1 lie hc.iring for a change problems like a British tank. At James Madison's inauguration coi.tmui-line is quite complete. These wintry days suggest tho noedofagieat coat e four hundred persons "crowded Into ol venue in the alleged "possum bun- THE POOL SALE. Washington." At a recent, inaugur- .er ea es will tie taKen up, wuere your wardrobe complete, Wo'll bo pleased to show you tho models that All that remains to be done in ation it required two Hours for the left off at the last term, at an early aire umisuallv at ti active. regard to tho Tobacco parade to pass a glvou point in a date. Action has been taken on tho pool bale is the ratification of the sale driving rain, whllo 200,000 umbrollas following cases: Com'lh. vs. Archie A wiry disby the poolors. The sulo contract lined Pennsylvania avenue. missed on motion of Commonwealth. lias been signed by the buyers and m9 Com'th. vs. Gilbert Hayes samo officials of tho organization and the THE ANIMALS OF THE SOUTHWESTERN DESERT order. other stop necessary will In all likeCom'th. vs. Richard Carponter lihood be taken the first of next $15. $15. The desert animals of tho South- samo order. week. A larger price might have In Com'th. vs. Horman Morris conbeen secured but to demand it, it west are small and aro not often seems to us, would be taking too sight. The rats, which live iu large tinued. Com'th vs. Will Harris, charged great a chance. The market Is al- colonies In the sandy areas, aro nocways an uncertain something. It is turnal, and most of their companions with violating local option lnw $18.. more so at present, due to condi- have tho same habit. Various liz- fined ?S0 and costs in each of two tions in Europe. Compared to for- ards and the bold little horned toads cases on dofault Judgment. Com'th. vk Henderson Brewing mer prices, of tobacco the bid of aro abundant, and in places tho of rattlesnake known as "side- Co. fined 100 and costs In one Tuck & Company Is fair and the will back winder" Is found. This common eubo and the other three cases disfarmers of the the Judgment of their Doard, in spite name refers to his sidelong motion missed. AU$3.95! Com'th. vs. Claud Daugherty of opposition from those who want both in locomotion and attack. Tho rare tiger rattler lives In the rocks "default Judgment!, fined $50. more. Com'th. vs. Marion Likens conTho sale of this tobacco not only In many out of tho way places. The means much to the growors who huvo Gila monster Is reported from the tinued 2nd day of March term. Com'th, vs. Moso Wilson their weed pooled with the organiza- Colorado bottoms near Needles and tion but It is of Inestimable value ovon along Virgin River In southorn Com'tb, vs. Osear Baize (3 cases) to tbo countlos In which deliveries Utah. Tho larger lizard known .is cent In ut-aro to be mado, and Ohio will get tho chuckwalln may bo seen here Com'tb. vs. William iltuldox on 'tier part. It requires dotormlnation and thoro, and tho Indians find him (Incorporated.! o tri. The on tho psrt of the grower to pool as palatable as ehlolisn. K M Woodward and J. widely over tU desert roams his tulmeeo, but they bsve proflted ' V M jrr and Ben d mil m are. we lad for and his empty shell, from s u i and rd . (l" Wl-' i iuilns lone, is u common sight 'i i '. iru are vtsUlHg ll .ITIH' MH I tlie" V ry t1' r i no i i hi ii . ." i ion S Ciolophitl Siirn--, ! i..r iiicm ' -i u, Hartford; Loom lest pricer nave already W the laterior.) Hartford Kpu :D0ChET cleared MM -' rp-tu- J r w 4 er I . I ' Esk-ridg- EVERY WOMAN NEEDS A SUIT I I Levys Are Selling Many I ; y, d. The Coats Are Swaggers 'J I o CHILDREN'S $3.00 to COATS ATTRACTIVE WAISTS $3.00 to SPLENDID HATS $2.00 to FINEST FUHS $5.00 to $75. vn-rle- ty WALKING SKIRTS SAMPLE SWEATERS $5.00to'$I0. tor-tola- LEVYS. $$ y Y ll ("i -- i' $$$f AAA4. en day nnd night. Opposlto Ilopu!)-llca- n WOULD SELL BEER building. Mrs. Arthur Potty, of Henderson, AND SOFT DRINKS nrrlvcd Monday afternoon for a visit to relatives aud friends, and to do some special court stenographic work. Mrs. Petty has recently been HEAD (M-- ' ANHEL'SEH-IU'St'- ll Baking powders made from aium or appointed oluClal court reporter In CJ1VKS IDEAS FOB MEKTINO phosphate may be bought for a trifle less Henderson nud Is well qualified for PKOIIIIHTION PitOHLEM. Mr. Arthur Petty Is tho position. than Royal Baking Powder, which is made expected to come to Hartford Saturfrom cream of tartar, derived from grapes. day for a short visit. August A. Busch, president nnd principal owner of tho Anhcuser-Bunc- h Alum powders are not only cheap, but A. H. of E. Meeting. Brewing Association In St. they differ greatly in leavening power. . Members of tho American Society Louis, and therefore one who has as of Equity nro called to meet In Hartkeen an Interest In tho prohibition If a cheap baking powder is used for a ford Saturday afternoon about 1 Important business Is to movement as nnyono In tho United o'clock. fine cake and the cake turns out a failure has given a statement of his como before tho body. S. It. Blan-to- States, there is a waste of costly materials worth pres- vlows on how his interests can counnational organizer, will bo teract tho prohibition sentiment more, than a whole can of the cheap bakent nnd address tho meeting. which Is growing so rapidly. ing powder. Busch hcltevct tho lawless saloon, tho bar nnd treating aro tho chief Royal Baking Powder produces the fnctors thnt havo brought the safinest food, and its use therefore, results in loon nnd tho liquor trnffic into such Always In the nmrlu'l for disfavor. an actual saving. WHEAT, In an interview in the St. Louis noon IIKY COIt.Y. Duach outlined his Highest market Price. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO: program for counteracting prohibilim:i Heaver Dam Milling Co. tion sentiment. Ho suggested: New York by First A strict enforcement State authorities of all excise laws. Second .The establishment throughout the country of the GerI havo a few cholcc,thornugh bred, man saloon system, which permits "While Plymouth llock CockerelH of only beers to be sold in dramshops. STRAY STREAKS. the V. It. Flshcl Btraln for sale. P. by brewers Third khiiuv, jkci:mih:ii Up T. JACOBS. Hnrtfonl, It. 3. with the State authorities to put out (By Fluke McFluke.) Union ThankBgivlug services wcra of business every saloonkeeper who V U., II. .t ST. I. K. It. TIM13 TAIILK. held at tint Methodist church yesterdocs not obey the excise laws. And Vice Versa". No. 113 duo at Ellmltcli 8:32 p in. day morning. Hew V. C. Frank, of Fourth Abolition of treating In Grubbing cactus on tho border saloons, No. 110 duo at Ellmltcli 7:20 a.m. Beaver Dam, conducted services. to dlscourago drinking to may bo tough work but .did you evNo. 112 Ly. Ellmltcli .. 3:40 p.m. Will p:ry 20c per pound for Tur- er write paragraphs? Columbia (S. excess. Ar. Irvlngton .. G:35 p.m. keys Fifth Discontinuance of bars In the bnllancc of this week. C.) .State. Lv. Irvlngton .. G:GG p.m. saloons, all service to be given at W. E. ELLIS & BltO., Ar. Loulavlllo . 7:40 p.m. tables, at which customers will be Hartford, Ky. Wo are going down tho river for No. Ill Lv. Loulsvlllo .. 8:35 a.m. you hear that seated. Dr. Will Arnilt nnd Mr. Mack Hen-sha- a few days hunt and if Ar. Irviugton . .10:00 a. m. "To what do you attribute the of Owensboro, arrived Mon- the grand Jury wishes to Interview growth of tho prohibition moveLv. Irviugton ..10:40 a.m. gone 1:04 p. m. day for a. visit with relatives. Mrs. us. Just tell them that wo have Ar. Elliultch ment?" the reported asked. Armlt also spent Thanksgiving hero. up the river, please. SI., II. & H. K. It. TJ.MI3 TAIILK. "To the violation of the law by South Bound, No. 11G saloons," ho answered. "UnquestionMoney to loan on llrbt class .imWilli the grand Jury in session, 8:45 a. m. proved real estate. From five to Ouo at Hartford ably the prohibition sentiment is disoup beans selling like pearls, bacon Hound, No. J 14 North twenty years. For terms see or and eggs prohibitory aud more than rected agalnsC the saloon. Not all 5:55 p. m. write W. II. PAIIKS, Hartford, Duo at Hartford saloons violate the law, but the 5 of a Jitney necessary to procure (lloth "Mixed Trains.) saloon keeper is the victim Ky. 18tf one allot gun shell, It's not quite as of the saloon keeper. I have purchased the meat market thankful a Thanksgiving day as wo 4 "It is my belief that tho ultimate business from E. P. Moore aud am used to give thanks for. outcome of the prohibition sentiment prepared to meet your wants in my pp.rsniial Nrws In this country will bo the establishLuke McLukc Sajs. line. Call in person or 'phone your ment of the German saloon system," a woman has been elected "At Sast order. anrl Knnial Rirp.ntx. continued. "In Germany sau Congress and will take a seat in Busch '" Mr C. N. Taylor has returned to to loons sell only beer, light wines and Long may . Hoanoke. La., after a visit with that distinguished body. temperance drinks. There are no she wave In politics, and may alio bars and no treating. Many of the friends and relatives near Cromwell. never lose her supporters." Mr. and Mrs. W. .1. llwui were In Mr. Taylor formerly lived In that evils of drink are .attributable to the And wo airtrm that she will Jiot, locality. iOwi nsboro Monday. treating habit. A man goes Into a because' she is more than a He saloon to get a glass of beer. When InTHeetf o'f any now Furniaud lot In HartFor politician. meets a friend, or a group of ford. Cheap at $350. Apply at this ture don't forget tho store with a friends, and sometimes twenty to 13tf full line at lowest prices. office. Ellis Brothers with 1,000 turkeys thirty drinks aro consumed. Tho ACTON BUOS, Miss Marlain Holhrook has rcturnright here In town and nie.entin'-rab-bl- t trea'tlhg system ought to bo prohib-JteHartford, Ky. crt from a visit with friends In Lou- 19t2 for Thanksgiving dinner. Some isville. Miss Norino ItariietC w'' '" 'n more Ironies of fate. I "I am spending $125,000 to build Mrs. V.""n. NapleFle'ft Wednesday Sfhool at Logan College, Itusscllvllle, a Deutsche wirtschaft at Gravois and Our Idea of a slim lunch was carfor n short visit with her parents at came up Friday for a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bar-ne- tt ried out last week when a local hunt-to- r Morganford roads to demonstrate Nashville. that an Institution at which only Friday, returning Monday. took with him on an Mrs. A. C. Porter "returned yesterbeer, light wines and temperanco Mr. nnd Mrs. E. M. Woodward, of hunt 15c worth of prunes. day afternoon from a short visit to drinks are served can bo made a Henderson, nro visiting Mr and Mrs. Owcnshoro. success. CHAUNCEY DEPEW SAYS Messrs. ..m tujiui and Harvo W. T. Woodward. Mr. Woodward, "Thero will bo no bar In this esSHAKESPEAItirS H'HOXG who maintains a law office in this Condtt, of Pt. Pleasant, wero In tablishment. There will be a high-clacity, Is attending Ohio Circuit Court. Monday. cafe. All drinks will be servNew Vork, Nov. 25. Altho well Mrs. E. B "Pendleton expects to F.' Neeirof Whltesvllle, 13 Mrs. T. over 82' years old, former Senator ed at tables. "I want to make this institution visiting Mrs. It. E. Haynos and Miss join her husband In' Oklahoma about Chauncey M. Depew got as many tho middle of January. Her daughtlleatrlce Haynes. laughs and showed as strong voice an object lesson of an orderly coners, Misses Katherlne and Mary ducted place, where every law will Mrs. (J. M." arnetpt'ftWednesday Laura, will remain In Hartford for as ever when ho addressed the New be observed." for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. York Academy of Medicine on "The ;i. Cooper Nashville. tho present. ' at Art of Growing Older." Mr. SteveEllls" olid family, of HARTFORD PRESSING CLUB. For thoso who would stay young Miss Hulh Tlclioiior," of Uouto 4, Utlca, will movo Into tho Pendleton Clothes cleaned and pressed. Rewas the guest of Miss Guylo Tlchcnor property on Union Street about tho a century, Mr. Depew gavo the fol guaranteed. pairing. Satisfaction lowing advlco: a few days this week. first of January. Mr. Ellis will manWork called for and delivered. Shop Just because David said "three Mr. E. l Mooro'niiifUlffford Mooro age the Hough Hlver Ico Company score and ten" needn't prevent you over Ohio County Bottling Worts. wlll probably leave Saturday for Ohio plant next year,. ED. NALL. Fcqp. 42tf from going on to 80, 90 and 100. where they will locate. Mr. Boy Bennett, recently of St. I bollevo Dadld's words havo causMrs. E.D. Turloy, 'offireonvlllo, Petersburg, Fla., who has been visit- ed moro Rubber Eyes. deaths than tho great war, with her parents, ing his parents near Smallhous, was 8pent tho weelc-on- d Artificial eyes mado of rubber In ten times over. They think they Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams. stead of glass are described in the In Hartford Tuoeday preparing to de- ought to die and thoy dlo. Judgo II. U WuiiuuiK u.id Mr. Jim part for Oadsdon, Ala., where ho has an oyo for a pretty girl nml London Timc3 as moro comfortable Havo and s advantageous in other ways, a nuw6papor position. pavls attended Federal Court at toll your wlfo all about her., Monday and Tuesday. Nows. Two Von might go 'down tlio Ohio and bo a mollycoddlo or enys the Indianapolis You needn't Miss Leila uleiin left yosterday for pomploto the Circuit but you would an insipid Pollyanna when you're 70, French workers, MM, Lemaltro and Toulllloros, it says, havo evolved thlrf a short visit with Mlsu Mildred Elgin come buck mid Court those (IbIIcIous or older. Enjoy yoursolf. aroma producing liuichos at Don at Logan Collage, Uussullvilla. Shakespeare's "Sevon Ages of new method of replacing lost eyes. j fj 7Ti JambiQonu wllf louve Satur- Tlchenor's Hoetauraut. Qq thoro for Man" "doesn't exist today. Shako-sponr- o They aimed at producing a substanc-died ut 52, thinking himself of sufficient elasticity nnd softness to ox- -' your meals, cold drinks, otc. day for Dn(an, Ohio, whoro ho respond to tho changes In tho cyo Mr. Otis Howard nrrlvcd Wednes- an old man. Why, ho wua atlll a puoltf to locato for tho prosont. young follow. Take hla Seventh socket and ut tho samo time of suffipar-out- s, Miss Helen MiigrudeY; of ITtlca, ar- day ovonlng for a visit with his suns taste, sans cient hardness to present a smooth, Mr. nnd Mrs. Cliarllo llownrdi A?f "Sans teeth rived Wednesday nftoinocm to visit, Why, tho natural effect between tho eyelids. Ho will return to Lexington Sunday eyes, sans everything." ut tho lionio of Miss BliO YlodOr, wc Experiment led them to take careful J dentists gtvo us better tooth thnn Is attlmdlug Btrtto UUlVor- air. Henderson Jru?ihreb attended whoro he his first vult homo In over had originally. Tho occullsts actu- casts of tlio socket hi plaster nnd to high foot- slty. It Is body of 1,110 Owennuoro-Hondcrso- ii ally Improvo on NtUuro'H eyes. And tilnko front theso casts tho a ycari aft artlllclal oyo which should exuct In Owensboro yesterday. ball gunio so, for taste, every good wlfo knowB y Ml- - UoubIub" Fofix wfiT leave Thoy solved th5 Well Mr. Jacirthorpc,or Mclioni-ythat alio better look out U tho old iy lit the sockot. for Washington where ho will gentleman finds something on tho difficulty of conslsteitso by Waking known local basobqll player, W(i,s m resume his work as Secretary of tlicj the front of tho neto eyo of hard WedVes-tablo not up to his standard. ttcncUnca al Circuit Court vuleantac District of Columbia Committee. Ho and enamelOct up early, no mailer how Into caoutchouc, will ho accompanied by Mrs. F. L. you go to bod. All long-live- d ed to represent Ui'e natural appearperA lull iimTbf ITobtubH Hot Blast Felix, his mother, who will visit ance, and the back of tho eye of soft Heaters, Cook Stoves 'afia ltangcs friends and relatives. In tho East lor sons tiro early risers. hollowed out lu tho caoutchouc, Avoid tobacco and alcohol it they 'on display at Acton "Bros., Hart- several weeks. nlr. disagree with you. Cut them off. form of a ball and filled with 181" ford, ICy. Thesti hollow eyes uro said to an- -. Farm ForH Kale- -1 80dcns, lift Above all, keep you pilud serene. In order tb(i'o tho t'o'reo miles east of Hartford, divided by L. You nover saw an old persou who'd swer tho purposo very well. They tliuh'kful for The ltopub-llca- n & N. Railroad. 50 ucres good botnro soft and elastic.; thoy respond In been choleric ull his life. to tho ocular ( went to press oarly In tho day tom land, 100 acres cleared. Good Have somo special interest apart a remarkable manner jtastgnftiy. If water supply. Will sell one-haplat- movements; thoy do not Irritate tho from your business. Mlno Is the Wo'wUI'boIvo that meat problem desired. Excellent title and prlco Is form. Thoro aro many who Uko sockot: and thoy havo tho great ad- 'foVo'u, See M. T. Likens for fresh rlghu Location could hardly be bet- golf. (Thero aro lot of liars In the vantage of helng unhreakahlo. 'uiiil .cured meats. Prices right. At ter. Apply to L. P. Foreman, Hart- world). If not sport, let sqrvlco bo On" Tho Bonier. 32tf your recreation. ford. Ky. Mooru'a old stand. ' "Watch yourself, man! Ho moro 1). Duko bpont Thanksgiving Leave your laundry ut Cneobior's Tho greatest ol recreations Is serMr. J. with that rlflo!" tho rung jwlth his daughter. Mlw MiUtyo jl'ool Koom. AguU for tho White j vice, and thoro Is plenty of need for careful 4& nuUfii who I" attending Logan Col Swaun Umndry of Bvansvlllo. Dam- it; mtvIgo to tho church, tho Nation, olllcer exclaimed angrily. "You Just mhwod mu that shot!" pre mptl replaced. tlui Stato, iho city aged rurnit'i ' logo Ut llUMeilVllIH. "Did I. sir?" thf badly rattled ro- .1 Mildid Mi-- . x.i ,k enlli'd lo Fsiii ... rr , aiBB. criit r.n iuiilv "- r .' U.I. il WVl-vli, Ml nio Kolay. ut ry, sir I'll try to do Utta iiwit Special atten- Sutnerlaud, which u l.UO-- l fwi with following Thuriwluy. nosday aftcrnoun after a time'" Now York" Times. tion to cut oi town customers. Op high Ford Mr J and Practical Economy Important News! W hi llllllMH n, Paris ii oays See the latest European hotiery tlyle &.j And that city sets the world 's fashions can-Henc- Post-Dispatc- h, "This year's styles demand that the dress be lifted! when Milady steps the curb or stair or enters hoc her hosiery becomes a fashion essential." Hosiery fashion is but another name for Black Cat Hose ot Hartford Republican. DEALERS NAME Besides this fine brand of Hosiery, "we have a beautiful line ot Ladies' Boots ia ... law-abidi- 3-- t I kid or patent leathers, winch are the correct wear for all who are catering to style. Our manufacturers inform s that shoes are soaring higher every day and no prospect for lower prices but "W& are prepared to show a splendid, stock aft practically the old prices. Better see m and remember that it pays to trade witli house that saves you money. dull-finis- h ri .1: if t " I JSkjM&O. 4 ,4 --S-. Snlit-MIou- so d. , I all-du- yi j TL.Aill ill rf i'i j. it" C iiiinrr t I i uc ur ci cudiui our i m ! "? X You Want Must Be Here. ro ss I $12.50, $15, $18, $2& Any of these prices will' furnish you a good, serviceable dressy SUIT or OVERCOAT. IE . you want to pay more, we have them. If you want to pay less, we can furnish you. ro ' This Store Is the OvercoatHT'K - . Of The Green River , - Country. May be you don't believe and investigate to your en it-Co- -- me some-tiilriVlb- We are anxious to show you. We will leave tire satisfaction. lf the buying all with you. v ) N L P. Barnes &Bro Beaver Dam, Kentucky. '4m, I , Uu-ruion-- v, 7 Mr r Farm Department tho Reason tb begin. Write tho DiRules For vision of Extension, Collego of AgUse a llsht drag. It over the road nt an angle riculture, Knoxvlllo, Tenn., for asMaul Is sistance In getting tho system you 10 that a mnll amount of earth need. Tho specialists thcro will bo to the center of the road. pushed glad to help you get started. Drlvo the toam nt n walk. Kind tho leak tn: stop them. on tho drag; d not valk. Ride road, reBegin nt one sldo of the Hricnro and Farm Appetites. turning tu the tho opposite side. Farm wives who nro burdened Drag tho road soon after every rain ns possible, but not when the with the problem of feeding the vormud Is In such a condition as to acious hired man should bo Interested to lparn that "a growing boy Stick to tho drag. of school ago requires about fifty per Do not drag a dry road. Drag whenever possible at all cent moro food than' a adult farmer." seasons of the year. Wo quote from the Journal of tho The width of traveled way to bo maintained by tho drag should bo American Medical Association. Tho from 18 to 20 feet; first drag a lit- author of the statement Is a man of tle moro than the width of a single science and he bases his conclusion wheel track, then gradually Increase upon scientific formulas, following an intensive study of the schoolboy nntll desired width Is obtained. Always drag a. little earth toward1 appetite. tho center of the road until It is raisIf this bo so, how comes it that the ed from 10 to 12 inches above tho form wife and honsewlvae In general havo raised so little cry over the edcs of the traveled way, If tho drag cuts (o much, short- problem of feeding up their growing en the hitch. hoys? Con It bo thnt the boy on tho Tin amount of earth that the drag farm is starved while tho hired man will enrry along can be very consider- and the other adult male3 of the famably controlled by tho driver, nccord-jn- g ily are overfed? Perhaps the whole as he stands near the cutting end problom may bo solved by checking up and weighing what your boy eats or awny from it. AVhtm tho roads are first dragged and then cutting the men's rations In after a very muddy spell the wagons half. should drive, If possible, to one side How many farm wives would have tmtll tho roadway has a chance to tho cburogo to mako this experiment? freeze or partially to dry out. Alas, too few! Science need look The bust results from dragging for little help In that direction. But are obtained only by repeated appli- It might pay the gentleniornvf science cation. who made the great discovery to hire Remember that constant attention out M cook on a farm where a dozen Is necessary to maintain nn earth husky adult farmers toll. Surely From thera must he a good many thousand road In its best condition. E. B. farm wives who would lovo to have "Tho Highway Magazine." House, Colorado Agricultural Col- him tacklo the Job while they enjoylege. ed brief vacation. DrnKKliiJ? IRVINE HARD HIT Homli. ONK-HATi- .. hard-worki- The best results' In the control of the grapeherry moth have been obtained by spraying with arsenate of lead at (.he rate of 3 pounds of the paste to 50 gallons or water, applied Immediately after the falling of the grape blossoms and again about two weeks later. .Jersey Wins Hotter Test. conductAt tho annual butter-te- st ed at the Brockton Fair, the Jersey cow, Morny Cannon's Queen Bess, owned by A. Victor Barnes, Xew Canaan, Conn., won over all breeds in She made the a strong competition. excellent amount of 3 'A pounds of butter In 24 hours. Eleven cows, Ayrshlres and including Holsteins, Jerseys wore in competition. Why the Incubator I'uys. Hatching eggs by incubator Is far better than tho old natural way because a large number of the ehickn survive. Instead of being left to tho care of the mother then and becoming the prey of Insects and exposed to weather changes, they can bo cared for in the brooder, properly fed OIK? PrQt?CtS! from Insects, rats and cats; therefore, the nonsettlng variety of chicken Is the best. She has Jjer mind too (Irmly ot xm of eggs to care about reproducing herself and loafilng around with a brood of little ones. Perhaps she things (?) that In this day of Incubators an industrious hen is only wasting her time sitting on a nest for ihreo weeks. There Is nothing In tho family raising game for such a biddy, but eggs. That Is her regular business. Form LIfo. irepro-"ductj- How to Improve Itungc. Tho problem of improving and profitably managing native ptfshares is of great importance to every owner of live stock In our range States. Sinw thero Is very little unused range left, it has become all the necessary to build up and Improve tho run down ranges. Indirectly thi9 range question affects the meat and wool 'Industries and every consumer of their products. A recent government pamphlet on thf "Improvement and Management of Native Pastures In the West" tell.s of the condition of native pasture lands, tho causes of pasture deterioration and what the Department of Agriculture is doing to Improve these lauds. At the end of the pamphlet the suggestions for Improving and managing native pastures are summarized under five heads and a table Is given showing a seven years' scheme for grazing. If you wish to look Into this matter send two cents in postage for Yearbook Separate No. G7S to' the Library, State Agricultural College, Kort Collins, Col. Clara Glldden, i'olorado Agricultural College. ed awny with tho affectionate romem-brnnc- o of millions? "Beloved friend! Good heart! BY FIRE Harmonious heart of childhood's fancy, of youth's vision, of maturity and ago! God's own heart of humanity and lovo! F OF TIIM HUSINKS3 "Bccauso you lived, all llfo Is SECTION WIPED OUT BY sweeter now!" FLAMES. It was tho harmony of his llfo In harmony with his country thnt mudo James Whltcomh Riley a most tro Irvine, Ky., Nov. 20. Half af nnd valiant patriot. To you, as tho business section of tho city was farmers, Riley wrote: destroyed by flames early this morn- "It hain't no uso to grumble nnd ing when fire, which started In a rescomplanc, 3 taurant, spread rapidly to adjoining It's just ns cheap and easy to reconbuildings nnd socHi, was beyond joice! trol. Owing to tho fact that tho When God sorts out tho weather city has no waterworks plant, llttlo nnd sends rain, progress could bo mado by firefightWhy, rnln's my choice!" ers, and when tho blaze at last was "Tho Harmony of Life," Tho Edi extinguished a qunrtcr million dol- tor, in National Magazlno for Octo-- i lars wns lost, her. Tom Buford, contractor, a sufferer from heart disease, fell dead soon Notice in Bankruptcy. In tho District Court of tho Unitafter tho fire had been extinguished. Excitement, it is believed, hastened ed States, for tho Western District tho end. C. C. Dulin, who drilled of Kentucky. the first oil well in tho Irvine field, In the matter of Elza B. Murphy, escaped from a burning building by a bankrupt. sliding down n telcphono guy wire On this 23rd day of November, A. to a placa of safety. D 1916, on considering tho petiat tion of tho aforesaid bankrupt for Tho flames wero discovered 1:45 o'clock by occpuants of a discharge filed on tho 22nd day of) building adjoining tho City Restau- November, A. D., 1910, it is ordered rant, They quickly spread the by the court that a hearing ho had alarm and hundreds of persons gath- upon the samo on tho 13th day of ered to lend aid. Tho blaze, which January, A. D., 1916, hofore said origlnatod In tho restaurant, spread court at Louisville, in said district, rapidly to other buildings and in at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, or aa a short time otto of tho principal near thereto ns practicable, and that business blocks of the city was notice thereof bo published one time ablaze. In Hartford Republican, n newspa-- 1 The greatest loss was sustained per printed In said district, and that ( by tho following Arms: City Res- all known creditors and other per- taurant, $10,000; Lyric Theatre, sons in Interest may appear-- at said $10,000; Williams Bank, $15,000; timo nnd place and show cause, if E. Howell Jewelry Store, tho Ma- any they have, why tho prayer of ple Oil Company, ofllce of Dr. W. P. said petitioner should not he grantWilson, city hall and millinery store ed. of Mrs. AV. T. Davidson. Witness tho Honorable Walter Evans, J ml go of said Court, and the seal thereof, at Owensburo, In said by local application!, at they cannot reach district, on the 23rd day of NoVCIll the diseased Dortlon of the ear. There only one way to cure deafness, and shut Is ber, A. I)., 19 1C. by constitutional remedies Deafness Is A. O. RONALD. Clerk caused by an Inllatned of the mucous llnlnR or the Uustnchlau Tube. Wli. n Uy M. E. IH'NX, D. C you a rumbling Is 1 HOTEL Professionuft OttcTc. Mart Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. praotico Ms profcBton In and adjoining counties, Coram nd Criminal PracKko a Specialty. WH1 ' $250,000 POWHATAN -- iMNCTOR D.C. lELOfAMBWNi abyind,lhPowhaUa. htidT the Int., It fi5fifriaTUi"lMtU"of'lt " 4 T HAIHSHTIlATTO.N Crmnwrll, Kj TTOO. MAhafN Ilnrtlonl, T. In'a'cltr where" tood hottlt countrymen.'' q STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Jn this Will practlco hlielr professl Collections, and djoinlng counMcs. Commercial and Criminal PracMco Prompt and vlgorwn Specialty. service. Notary in office The TowTialsn 7 refined, e clmlre, and restful. Ill excellent location i on I'cmiylrania Avenue, 18th1 aniLlf Street, make it a ilrsiraBle hridqtur lets (o'r bridal coupler, touiitt parties, coQVentlpnr, Schooli and The Powhatan-altra- slsT the people ol culture and education. Ill proximity to Slate, War and Navy Departments, alio to many jiointiw cl historical Interest, make this hotel estjccliBy aU tractive to a OiicrimiiWrtlTpubT with $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, $2.10, $1.00 and up. "v7iie for tooTlct wliri map) l:K O.ETAYLOR.CE Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. colltrirrv "" "' J fhl PonHatin" offer"room detached bath at Sl.SO, J S. 0. Oflll-c E. HART VETERINARY SURGEON IIEAVKR DAM, KY. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS ,Managert tt'V X $ James Tif,lor' JAfCtf Itnm, IHHHHHIHHIIHIHHMHUV) J ! rrooijllj t.MlM In ttsobuun r?ATCftTB THAT PAY,litlUiniiiUirwililj, at cor ipen smllieip juu losucreM. Servl Mfdel. iJigUii'r kfU4i for FnCC report on rwniuuir rt jean- - rtsrilrv. nun- PAS8INO RErCrCNCCB, rerfre0kJa iioos en mnit,l ixirnts wnt. to l TRADC-MAnrt- S all count Ira, or no t m SOi-BO- B Sovonth Stroeit, vManirv ion, p. c. Inflamed have this tube sound or Imperrrct hrarlnfr. and irhen It Is entirely closed. Deafness is the result, and unless ine innnmmnuon can ne tnKen ntu and this tube r. stored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nln, enses out of ten are causid by Catarrh which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. Wc will Rlvo One- Hundred Dollars for any case or Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured hy Hall's Catarrh Curf Stmt for circulars, free F. J. CHENEY A CO. Toledo, Ohio. Sold bv DrutTKlsta. 7Sc Take Hall's Kami!)- - Tills for constipation. 0t - I Get on the Firing Line Jar i Ol'ARANTEED SERVICE per cent One hundred value. Special work for W. O. W. ml,' R. F. W. V. STEVENS. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. iiHf GERMINAL REMEDY 1 Trealrcenl WILL YOU TAKE OUR The Anticlimax. Tho revival lncuting was tense in 'ts interest, and tho evangelist v.i waxing tho church people and pres ent-da- y evils in general, and mo too absorbed to notice the grow- iir uneasiness of two lads on tin With tho question, front seat. "What's the matter?" pronounced in (ones of thunder, the preacher reached his climax. The two boys had risen and were starting for the door. Ono of them, hearing the preacher's question, wheeled and aid, "Aw, I EOt the The .Christian Herald. nose-bleed." m-( -i Representing Continental Marble & Grauite Co. x for WEAK I13CKn1jKf "a7 ' LUNGS or SImHIc vm Kt ftp of . l CONSUMPTION frelinr. A quick relief for thai tired, couebf, pains in chctl. nlclit ral. Iirmor rhjcc, weak lunat or oniumpilon. If it dees not help yo It costs yau aolhinf. e OHIO MEDICAL GO, Lock bos oie COLtlMnns o Sss' re.l T i, vi .icfeEaursba-;ff u i try. In lnonlimt nnil rntire. Oct out of the rut; ctt on the tlnnr line. RctJ swvTV I iii life lou mutt know 5" wl.at i lien-- In buincsJ nnd Indus JAIi .. " 'J. rfll iLiU.. V 1 EvcryWoMim Wnnfa FOR ONE MONTH. WMLm;x&ZSzm f aBsasahlaljTMsMWbsnaaiaflLaB&aUsV Popular Science Monthly trie the mot lntrrcUnir and meful nuritw. bi.,cl money's north. 13 300 Pictures cents. 300 Articles hrr and i.iouili ..., Ke T;tli Do N'ol Cause Blindness Farm 1Viiks. In every farming community may be found a certuiu purcontugc of farmers who arc unsuccessful, who are often unable to tell why thoy are not, monoy. This lack of klioWiodgo on the part of the fitriner is duo chiofly to tho fact that ho Is not keeping farm Is not atrecordis, and, thoreforo, In lior.ses. Occasionally horses and mules aro found to have small superanumera-r- y teeth Just In front of the ilrst molars Jaw teeth. There is a popular Kiiperstltutlon that these extra teeth are a cause of eye diseases and There Is no foundation blindness. in fact for this belief. There is nothing to It. It is ridiculous. The blood supply of the teeth Is entirely distinct and separate from that ol Moan's l.liiliiient Eases Pain. Sloan's Liniment is first thought of mothers for bumps, bruises and All tho new ldm and intentions iii electricity m, J win leu, in nuloinoliilrs nnd acropl.-turp-, . In tliopviork ami Jin f.irnilrsr, nnJ in inaclniH-r)-all for only I Fr... 50c. all aiutsiti. c,r byj StniJ. TheP.itonTcatCnpnY.n.moii.Klm. J tOrC thrOfttand loreeVM. Prnnnn.lrl H eitraenSniiy rleaniiai ard aermfciiUl rm.tr. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in water for douchea stops pelvic catArrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. for -n years. A healing; wonder for nasal catarrh, t- nB3VSl:BnaBUMnPUlrfVallwsaMa .rBiiikBBiairJaKiaiKiiVHLaiahassABHuaanaSBiiiaiBBBi KILLthe COUGH CURE THE AKD LUWGSf w,th Dr. King's s Mai Bottle Free S.jle tlrij sprains that are continually happen- -' ing to cliiltlren. it quicKiy pene-- j tratcs and soothes without rubbing. , Cleaner and more effective than mus-sy plasters or ointments. For rhcu-- . matlc aches, neuralgia pain and that grlppy soreness after colds, Sluun'j 1 ; mmilli. including refriferalorn, poultry houses, funiititrei ""'l',y',,Iir)prcriiirt5lf, '". snvli Ma ltii fimiif fnuntr-lni'dn- :. It is vritten in plain Enaluh for men ttsd boys. Hot..tltatn!nz:cth:C. forvireneveo' IjNew Oiseovery '1 FOR 9 15 Cent a Copy $1. 50 a Yrar Oct it from a rewmlealer rr write illrct t I'uinilar Science lloutlily, f U Fourth Axf., N. . '" ' '" nn v ,v rlvUu r iMttllS taj Btat... tbu fiff' JtfJssSMDm Ml sail 1' ovt- -' CXPEniCNCE I AND ALL CSHS THROAT AND LUNG TflCUBLES. r '' t'" GUARANTEED SATISFACXOUX! OK MONEY REFUNDED. " There Is tio illrKl connection between the jH8 and teoth ns fur as the tterVos aro concerned. As a inatW tot fact, somo horses and the eyed. tli'idus junking tempting to analyze his business. Those farmers who keep good farm records aro not willing to do without them. Thue accounts should not only show the profit or loss on tho farm as n whole, but should show on which crop or animals tho best profits aro made. .'o training In bookkeeping Is nocetssury to keep such accounts. Tho chief object In farm records Is to learn how to Improve tho business of funuing and how to mako It moro profitable. Many of tho industries employ cJuelent experts to btudy their business plants with a view of This may increasing their ufllctency. result either In Hiving In tho cost of production or in increasing tho output without increasing (lie investSuch experts always emphasize the importune of keeping ucaurute recBy doing this the ords farmer Is a bio to ascertain Just where losses ouour and where to apply tu roinwly. SUQh ri'urdn hiiiprNe mini) fRrj's Olfi'll they Mud tlii't ii crop i td IH ll Will ' lb' ' I'll I'l' a t iiii ii'in dtai loss iiie it a trial next e;.r. Winter '.; I i ' 1 ment. havo seven molar teoth Instead of the normal number of six. Tho small "wolf tooth" is simply the evidence that there was a tendency toward the development In thnt particular animal of ail extra number of teeth. Such extra teoth have absolutely no connection with tho occurrence of tho eye diseases. Hooks! The horse needs three eye lids in ecch oyo and hus them. All nnimals not provided with fingers have this extra structure in connection with tho eye. It is naturo's method of providing something for tho removal of foreign particles from the surfaco of. tho eye. In nervous dlsoatcs the "haw," or third oyelld, is seen to protrude over tho surface In of the eyo to a varying extent. eye troubles it is also to cover a conIf siderable portion of tho eye. your horse is unusually nervous alnl exoltuble, somewhat stilt In tho limbs and has the "hooks,-- you hud better call your veterinarian as the disease of is likely "lockjaw." Lockjaw, course, Is a vory dangerous disease and unless treatment Ib prompt Is apt to be fatal. J. vo- - - - Mis Position. IVekem il M , ln-.i- My ! ' ), -- w.te referri d to im y tin- bou.sf to-da- ,1 ,1 - t I I, i .,. ,, V Liniment gives prompt lellef. Have ilft- - icr'piinnmae Anrftncfi-'nr iu.i cipr , re c-- t i free Cwin lit r i nu! a boUlo handy for hrul&os, strains, 'rt. t. IllTinltoii ,l I. ICUCLOOKkuI'ntlmln HpRocuncDANDDrrcuppD tJJn"",f,,B " '.uta iionririciir For j sprains and nil external pain. . f'rf 'iiruiptai. ' . e nt tnwi. ti' Mm u & Co. rcivtve t, b) I' v j PntetiM takiu iir 'arT t l I v bjAj, 9 the thousands whoso work calls them 9 cirrthu.ilr, n AtL C1UMTRIC3. without clmn-i- , lutlio ljtrttlliellf, M outdoors, the pains and aches follow- Scientific by Sloan's lug exposure nro relioved Pat.-'- t "y. ft A hnndsonirW illnvirntnl wopklr. 1 iTrt 1! 't 111,4, f n itii j iriitiit nt Liniment. At all Druggists, 25c. V TtOtl-atatct. atvr Taivd f'- - nuot OZi; M m mi h, U bcl'l by ail rit in nri rifi (nr iV- C-- HevYorft EflUMN SGo.-80- " LADIES' HOME JOL'RXAL, THE Uitrct .".o n V 8U Waealtgivn, XJ. C F'ARM LANDS and City Residence! THE SATURDAY EVENING POST ore now selling at a low cost.j and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN but don't oxpect it to bo so alwigh to secure the sparo time of a ways. If you ever expect to own man or woman to act as local repreyour farm or your homo now is sentative in Hartford and vicinity, ' tho time to buy. tho renowuls of their looking aftiT many HUhioriptloiiB lit this section, WE HAVE several farms listed In M3A&M uw.i and Introducing those publication! uiiio county nnu nicy i N Payment will bo had for reasonable prlcs and t to now readers. h i " made in sul.iry and connnlas'.on. iiiwrui iwHi. MeCAtI. PATTOINS ItaVO IllO particular farm you (10- Celebrated tnr style, perfect t, simplicity an4 cxporiunco la dCBlrahlo but not l wo will nmlK clloru lo ffl I, r.T.'.MiS.S'i.'SV.SSi.'S.i'lS! essential. For details addrcwj, with jsa I JK f Ixf r JsIL2r3BalBpaawr-7C7aSBpa- a r&vBVlcJ Ciniih, or by mail illrcct. .Moic f.l Itua I VL.f4maAXJBBSrSflBB&v It for yon. references, llox Cul, THE P.URTI8 Jk make, bend lor tree CJt..'cipjt If HH isuus! 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(17 V i tlm f.ir tl to sn: Riljy in the vory fields whloh TINSLEY amatsur .... ""HuriMilll t iLiri I 1. ,rii.U he ha liuwortaUsisd In hi pooina. " ue!:rwssuc vhuus-.i'd- v utc tct. eu,i:viac Otfti is teuified. ficoiiy, wj .. l .... Il""l , u II hi t i. 1.) l . l.a hi Itwil Uitiilo AHOiits, 'U- it mh ulio irfttillzrMl tlm real nn tin iii.iiafvrlluiMw.lu.it,, i' ai.ao pan vzau .( ii m1(- Hi. tn tin l.u m . i i.i nriettr lOiaW Itm, war mmIWM aa Nt,t frbi.COPIEO. ISc u.a autllvUr Kentucky. aF'-cf'. . i .i4 J Real ylwiWs TriAoc Marks Dcsiqns Copyrights &c. E C9 jnrorics.?, . ' i Pro-vIou- N7 otl-c- r mSW BEPREPARED jC CASTOR ForOver30 IA Tl!r IBlSt, l'ityA'l I'VflP"" P0PUL iOOffiCHMICS .MAGAZINB -lluu.-uij- t' i fejeomc ..' s ii i m-- - i- 1.MV - I V ,. ' r w ill. ii. u ..'ii who called to collect V 10 .1 j 'bill. tin . kind hearted Hoobler puel who ps.i- r - (,p Ol' i hi ' ' .ii .i ill Hnrttorcl, i'i-'- l .( w n ill OflltC I Both Phones sjtjm'wtsiirruCTasWMswiia aw mismaia mbiw mwiwii-i-iPiniii, . OFiTl w nn w Mr" 11 H. "" CHICAOO MW.tt.t! "i,i r t ur-- OUR COUNTY FAIRS MUSIC IN THE NAMES. New Price on Ford Cars! Ford Runabout . $345-0Ford Touring Car . $360.00 0 Thdr Origin Traced to Habits of Primitive Vn. B0RH IN THE DAYS OF BARTER. Thcta Exhibitions, Typical of Th.ir Tlmo, Ever Now, Yet as Old ai In dia, Havo Ocon Popular Among All Peoploa and In Every Clime, The county fair is nn institution as old as India and as new as today, if fin: ljutly mipposes that liiaiiiifaeturliis tins dulled the ruslle flavor of the New England fair let him p to n New England firfr and learn his mistake. The fair grounds are thronged with the characters of a mral drama multiThey have como In plied by ri,O0O. every vehicle from touring enr to dem-wrwagon the whole family, from dim eyed grandmother to bright eyed baby. Th old folks nro engrossed In prize stock, tho young folks In one another. Any one who cannot see a huu-diecountry courtships at a county fair must be blind. Did any one suppose the fair had lost the luster of Its pristine glory 1 All wrong. It is bigger und better than ever. The cows nre sleeker, tho bulls more Uoiuauly majestic, the stallions prouder, the hogs fatter, the sheep shaggier. The farm machinery grows more intricate and fascinating. Tho motorcar does not seem to huve robbed horse racing of Its thrills any more than the humau race seems to tire of plugging baseballs at tho kinky skull of "tlie Abyssinian marvel." lu the midst of all this exctement it suddenly dawns on one that the humau race never tires of fairs. They are as old as human society. The fair Is the place where primitive man came to swap wheat for furs, dried dates for woven cloth. The fair Is the blossom of a commercial society. It Is tho bartering place betwe'en men who produce different sorts of commodities. In Russia the huge fairs ure the big business days of the year. In parts of northern Asia the fair Is the only market. Oddly enough, religion nnd commerce hnve always goue hand in hand at the fair. The Olympic games of ancient Greece were almost as much a commercial as a religious event. In ancient Italy the annual assembly at tho temple of Voltuuma was as much fair as feast. The temple of Jerusalem Itself on one occasion proved to have become almost as much a place of barter ami sale as a house of worship. In medieval Europe the king granted to the abbots, bishops and other ecclesiastical dignitaries the right to manago the fairs nud to exact-tol- ls from the trade, which amounted to a temporary monopoly. When the bishop of Winchester held his fair In England, for example, everybody else was obliged to shut up shop and trade at the fair. This "holy day" association remains In the German word for fair, "niesso" and In tho Hrlttauy word "klruilss," or "church mass." No one seems to know whether peoplo first came together to worship and then decided to trade or whether they came together to trado and then decided to worship. The great medieval fairs were swept away in the eighteenth century In Franco by the revolution, which abolished such ecclesiastical monopolies, d whilo In England tho fairs wero by an odd combination of good roads and bad morals. The good roads madu intercommunication easier, and the low moral tone of the fairs brought them Into disrepute. Vet the fair Is n mirror of tho soelety which produces it. Comparo tho Olym. pie games with a county fair. The chariot race becomes the trotting race, the rhapsodlst chanting the Homeric poems becomes tho barker bawling the ballyhoo; tho statues of Phidias become tho exhibition of fancy needlework; tho rite of human sacrifice (supposing there Is que) becomes the balloon ascension and parachute Jump or the aviator looping tho loop, and the slntfly dramas of Aeschylus Sophocles and Euripides become the midway sideshows of "Glimpses In the Harem." Hut wo can do better than that. The germ cell of tho modern city is the fair. When John Uunyan resolved to pillory British society In "l'llgilm's Progress" he Invented "Vanity Kalr." More than n century later, when Thackeray tackled tho Mime Job In ono of tho greatest of English novels, he borrowed that title from Itutiymi. Literature abounds In fairs. The opera without a "klruilss" scene Is only half an opera. Tho reason Is that tho fair la a mluiaturo of human society; It is to tho great city as a potted plant U to a tree. So we hae our food fairs, trade fairs and every few years our world fairs. Fairs In ono form or another human society will continue to havo for tho simple reason that from tho holy fairs of India to tho county fair of the United States the fair Is human society. Hoston Globe. d abol-Ishe- F. O. B. Detroit. Freight ta Beaver Dam $18.00. E.F.B AR1TES fe BRO Beaver Dam, Ky. ' t t "Wagons! Wagons! Wagons! Before von buv vou should examine our hand I . .. A rill. iigutui, n uiuv lC nuiue iurm wagons, inoy run 1!l.iM uiu mnli . the vory best nuitorial and last far; longer than any machine made wagon you can buy no matter uiuui 1 price you pay. Stevenson and th Tuneful Nomenclature of This, Country. n To our house hi Monterey .Mr. camc-oflei- i of an afternoon to read tho ros.ults of his morning's work to tho assembled fumlly. While we sat in a circle, listening In appreciative alienee, ho nervously paied the room, reading aloud hi his full, sonorous voice n voice that always seemed remarkable In so frail a man his face m (lushed nud his manner rather embarrassed, for, far from being overconfident about his work, he always neem-eto feci n not of nhy anxiety lest It should not be up to the mark. lu this way wo heard "The Pavilion on the Links," which he wrote while at Monterey nnd read to us chapter by chapter ns they came from his pen. While there he liegau another story which was to have been culled "Arizona Hrecklurldge; or, a Vendetta In the West." This story, with Its W rather lurid title, was to have been based upon some of his bnpressioas IP of western America, but his heart Igj could not have been in It, for It was never finished. The name Arizona came out of his Intense delight In the "smigful, tune ful" nomenclature of the Fulled States, In which terms he refers to W It lu "The Amateur Emigrant." The name Susipiehanna was a special Joy W to him, and he took pleasure In roll-- ! lug It upon his tongue, acltllnvr to Us mimic with the rich tones of his voice as he repeated It: "SiNquolianna! Oh. beautiful!" While on the train passing through Pennsylvania lie wrote some verses about the beautiful river with the "tuneful" name lira letter to his friend, Sidney Colvln. of which one stanza runs thus: I think, I hope, I dream no more The dreams of otherwhere. The cherished thoughts of jore. d ft "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have received from the use of Tlicdford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. Wten she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Tlicdford's made them break out, and she has had no more trouble I shall never be without Black-Draught," Saved Girl's life Black-Draught Black-Draug- ht THEDFORDS Lack-DraugH- T : i S J A in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzl- ncss, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's has proved itself a safe, JE reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Draught. It is a medicine of known merit. Seventy-fiv- e & years of splendid success proves its value. Good for ybung and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. Black-Draug- ht J FJ631 S t havo been changed, from what I was before. And drunk too deep perchance the lotus of the air Beside the Susquehanna and along the Delaware. Agalu, In writing the poem entitled "Ticondcrogu." It was the name that I t I We also do all kinds of Blucksmitbing and mii rim. oAnficmllv the hard jobs the other fellow He- - can't do. We also make a specialty .of Horseshoeing and earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. The .name Tlcondcroga. Van do Grift Sanchez, It. L "Stevenson's Sister, In Scrlbner's Magazine. -- Nellie first drew his attention, and It sang In his sleeping cars; It hummed In his waking head. 1 i c SST full of life and action, filled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, will make V. YOUTH'S 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 uicjiuiiic. i nere is iiu aue limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION let u tnd you Threa Current luue FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your request. Those who subscribe now. sending $2 for the 52 Issues of THE COMPANION for 1915. will reccire The Companion Home Calendar FREE. CRUISING UNDER WATER. llespectfully yours, A. B. Row 6c Son Centertown, Ky. o Thirty-fiv- years experience in the shop. : IIEKK IS A GOOD PLACE TO STOP FOlt LITTLE MOXE1' Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th Tho Only Hotel In loulsvllic Operated on tlio American and European I'Iuils. 1'Ii.VX (WJth Meals) & 7th A.MEKICAX 1 Kooms without Hath but with single, ?2.00 75 Ilooms single. 2.50 50 Hoonifi 3.00 50 Front Itooms. single. Itooiim with Prlvuto Hath: single, 3.00 60 Hooms single. 3.50 50 Hooms EL'HOI'EAX FLAX (Without Meals) Hooms without Hath but with Hot nnd Cold Kunnlng Water. per day; 2 people, $2.00 each per day; 2 peoplo, 2.25 each per day; 2 people, 2.50 each per day; 2 people, per day; 2 people, 2.75 each 3.00 each Hot and Cold llunnlnj; Water. single, $1.00 per day; 2 peoplo, 0.75 oach 75 Hooms single, 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each 60 Hooms 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each 60 Front Rooms. single, Itooms with Private. Hath: slnglo, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each 50 Hooms single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each 60 Hooms Submarines Are Light Moving and Are Easily Controlled. Ashore wo make the mistake perhaps of thinking of a submarine as a heavy, logy body lighting always for Rer life beneath an unfriendly ocean. whereas she is a light moving, easily controlled creature cruising lu a rather friendly elemeut. The oceap Is always trying to lift he; atop nud not hold hw under wntcr. A submarine could be sent under with : positive buoyance so small that is, with so little more than enough lu her tanks to sink her that an ordinary man standing on the sea bottom could catch her as she came llontiug down and bounce her up nud off merely by the strength of his arms. Consider n submarine under water as wo would a toy balloon hi the air, say. Weight that toy balloon so that It Just falls to earth. Kick that toy balloon and what does It do? Doesn't It bounce nlong and after a few feet fall easily down again nud up and ou nnd down ngalu? Picture a strong wind 'driving that toy balloon along the street and the bnloon as it bumps along meeting an obstacle. Will the balloon smash Itself against the obstacle or what will Itdoi What that balloon does Is pretty much what a submarine would do If whilo ruunlug along full speed under water she suddenly ran into shoal water. She would go bumping along on the bottom and meeting nn obstacle, If not tod high, sho would be more likely to bounce over It than to smash herself agaiust It. Collier's. -- 52 Times a Year not 12. More good reading than you will get in aay of the monthly magazines. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE iim HAIU'FORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, ONE YEAK FOR ONLY S2.75. BOTH OUR CLUBBING RATES. 1.3fc The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.76 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm.. The Republican 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The kepublioan aua Lauy uwensooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Globe-Democr- at andTwice-a-WeekOwensboroInquir- er 3-- -- Twice-a-Wee- THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. European Flan Only. Hooms Without Hath, $1.00 and up; Hooms With Private Hath, $1.30 and up Host Eating Place In Town. Tho Louisville Hotel and tho Old Inn are located in tho wholcsalo walk to tho retail district and theaters. district and only a LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND OLD IXX COMPANY, Props. The Streets of Amsterdam. Amsterdam, In Holland, a city of ten miles in circumference. Is mostly built ou piles driven Into the sandy subsoil, hut tho flowing of tho tide and tho debris of tho Aiustel river have made ninety Islands, and the city has more canals than streets. The watery ways nre traversed by over 0O bridges, so that Amsterdam tins earned the designation of the Venice of tho North. Women on tho Stage. The earliest mention of actresses was lu 1011, when Coryat In his "Cm. dltles" gave this description of a production ut the Theater of Venice. Italy: "I .saw women act, u tiling I novel- - saw before. They jicrformed with as good a grace, action, gesture, na ever I saw any masculine actor." Two Theories.' "How do you account for llllgghis' nervousness r" Thoso who llku him say that his djw pcpsla gives him a bad disposition, nud Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. Vaoderbilt Training School lor Boys a 8 ra m NEW NOT THE SEWING MA fhNE OP QUALITY. USELIV-VER-LA- X ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sons into tho best typo of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and comes from tho best homes in tho South. Its capacity s limited, therefore, reservations should bo made early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write , For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. Fcclrlght all tlio time. Don't lay oil from work for days by taking calomel keeps yoi when pleasant on your feet, whilo relieving your trouble. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't take-- anything else. You can't afford sysit Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nattem and relieves constipation. ural remedy, natural in its actions, surj in its effect and certain In results. It e loxwlll won't bo long beforo completely displaco calomel in everf Home. . isniiuruii cuu iuku 11. u.ijr ixs with periecc Baietv. rwcry douio ; anteeu. iwc aru ?i in ixnuu. genulno without tho iiKcness j turo or L. it. ungaDy. ror J. H. WILLIAMS, ax LiV-V- SOLD UNDER ANY "I don't know which theory to select. OTHER NAME. HOME guahty Consider c4 it is the tuoso who don't say that his bad disposition gives htm dyspepsia." Washington Star. A Risky Business. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you pnrchaso tlio NKW 1IOMII you will have a llfo asset at tlio prlco you pay, aud will not havo an endless chain of repairs. MSTHENEY & BATTS Box A. For catalogue and information. Y Joyous Tidings. "Charley, dear," wild young Mrs. Torklns, "I have good news." "What Is ItV" "Tho bank sent me word that my account is overdrawn. I looked In the synonym book and found that 'overdrawn la the satiut as 'exuggQnited--' " St. Louis Ho who bulloirs in nobody kuows that ho himself Is not to be trusted. A'ucrbuch Tho maker of a now siiuco was liberally rowarded lu ancient Home, but If tho product was not relished the inventor was required to eat of nothing else till ho had .llvcovued another more aarccablo to the luiprrla' taste. Ho Had Been Married Some Time. "Alwuys let well enough alone." 355 j Cheapest tn the end to buv. BJ ftlil "Sho refused to marry me at flrtt; then I asked her ugiitn." Exchange. ' "flow's that?" oar latest catalogue Ibe If you wnnta Rowing machine, New Hcaia Sewiw " heforo you jiurvhuse. wrlto for, Uafttn 03.. Urns. Ha& for 1.1 pains In th Imok Ut UiU JjiU.l'al. m -- " -- " T M "" 1 J I REMARKABLE INTRODUCTORY OFFER Only! $5.00 Eye Glasses OUR OBJECT mailing tills remarkable offer of fS.OO glasses for $1.00 a community as jiair Is simply to Increase our bcrvlco In your CRYSTAL LENSES. Our CRYSTAL LENSES have el) a our now wear-AUni"i WUU a great success among persons who aro thejii anil aro meeting with the same results whenever thoy wi' lutroilucctl. i, K For THis Visit Only! Por THis Visit &d The National Optical Co,, of Louisville, Wishes to Announce That Their Specialist and Assistant Will Be in $1.00 l Pair 6 AND 7, AND EVERY 90 DAYS HARTFORD AT THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL, DECEMBER THEREAFTER. Our Optical Specialist and his assistant bad years of experience, po you may rely on them nhoolutoly. Tlley will be pleased to oxnmliio nil those who havo cyo troublo or wear glasses. Absolutely Free. Wo would suggest thoroforo thnt you cull on thorn. CRYSTAL LENSES Will Our New Invisible Bifocles Will Not Confuse You Positively Relieve All Pains Ahout the Head and Eyes us well as nil other nbnormal conditions of tho eyes that can be relieved through wearing of properly fitted Glasses of quality in most cases. S &3fs B?& ''ftft'sitiSSki' 5 Don't Forget The Dates 's jn ? I 1 3&T&J Vou Can Sec Far and Near With the Same Lenses Wednesday and Thursday Dec. 6 and 7 COMMERCIAL HOTEL Ollico Hours: 8:.'W ,4 OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED YEARS REMEMBER "That llie above offer of $5.00 eyo glasses for $1.00 a pair is Special prices on all other classes of SVir this visit only. Optical work. Regular prices will prevail after our first visit tju to lio ifpresciitiit us, an mo do Iteuurc of per.Mtus who cull at jour home mill not lime representative, but our Specialist at the Hotel us we ndcrtvp. ..All orders taken Ielieieil by parcel post. u. in. to 8:00 p. m. National Optical Co. Address All Communication to O. W. HAIftlf, Mgr. If your time is limited come early and avoid the rush RECEPTION ROOM. HOTEL PARLOR Hartford. 608 Republic Building LOUISVILLE, KY. not to let our remarkable offer conflict In your mind with such offers that havo been made at lrug Siores and other such places by men who were not responsible or established anywhere, nor do rinim to be As to our3elves we aro located and established both. We guarantee our work and glasses both for five years iu writing and hs to the responsibility of our guarantee we will give bankable refer i.v ences to those desiring same. These glasses we arp advertising are the kind that usually sell at most optical establishments at ?i, and iu some cat.es cen more. This is tho first limu (o our knowledge that such an jffrr has been ma'do by responsible people who will stand'hatk of 'their work and who cannot bo branded as fakirs, as some have. We will make these prices THIS VISIT ONLY and no more. Call mid sed us and wit win exnlain how these prices can be made. You are not obligated to buy glasses, and all K.A.MI.AriO.S AltS()liL'Ti:iiY THICK. "We would ask you IT! mmwmsmm M i In tho HGIAL COUNT presidential race follows: Dem. 1.C75 1.G47 County. 1 Adair Allen Anderson IJallard 8F aw KENTUCKY IN Barren Bath AVILSON C.IVK COUNTIES Bell S'lAIKAIilTY OF 27,U5:t IX Boone THE STATE. Bourbon Boyd Bo.yle 1,531 2,222 3,370 1,790 1,375 2,008 2,715 2,738 2,052 1.C7C INSULT BY COUNTIES Bracken Bullitt Butler Breathitt Breckinridge SfeTutiUcuus I 'oil 211,283 to 208,530 Clip This tiltr Democrat , Future Hcference. Caldwell Calloway Campbell Carlisle Nov. 25. Official Carroll .November election Carter Casoy JtaraaD vl tUe counties, with the tit Knott, have been filel Christian Clark arE Secretary ot State Lewis. Twaldcut Wilson's plurality is 27,-S- Clay A total of 518,078 votes were Clinton au2. tliei.o figures not including the Crittenden anaw Xjoiu Knott. The number Cumberland n& vuuw Tollfid by each party In the Daviess tvcildential raco follows: Democrats Edmonson Elliott 3&T.3G; Hopublicans 241,283; 3,078; Socialists 4,728; Estill SkeSallj.J Labor party 331; Progre- Fayetto .. Fleming sses! 1.22, toUil 518,078. tXMlh the returns from Knott Floyd Vuuy out, Judge Flora Sampson, Franklin Mejiahlicaij, received 49,347 and Fulton Democrat, 33.-V- tt Julmi W. Hoblnson,Appellate Judgo Gallatin InrniFil VIUt.M.U in ihe Seventh lr 2.007 2,172 1,508 1,158 1.G05 3,334 7,290 1.C4C tsHi'iI'ho K. X 1,757 1,954 1,352 3,644 2,020 820 379 1,455 G53 ., ......... 5,390 935 1,151 1,180 0,348 2,240 2,217 3,345 2,200 1.000 1 CU. Grant ... 37K ,w. UTaU Xteas-at-. A. W. Uarklcy, 13,911. Sicoad DMrlct D. II. Kincheloe, Steraacral, 4.J05. R. Y. Tliomas, Jr., Harlan V&irtl District Harriwm Uaxuigrnt. 2,G75. DUitrlol awTnajorltioa iu tho eleventh district follow: Graves Grayson Green Greenup Hancoak Hardin 1,841 5,197 1,953 1,239 1,820 838 3,272 C90 Logan Kep. Lyon 1,803 Madison 2,1 17 Magollin 1,005 Marion C92 Marshall 2,402 Martin 1,300 Mason 3,321 McCracken 531 McLean 2,107 Meado 2,SS3 Menifee 1.491 Mercer 1,082 Metcalfe 1,584 Mouroo 2,549 Montgomery 820 Morgan 2,450 Muhlenberg 1,072 Nelson 1,020 Nicholas , 5.C9G Ohio 494 Oldham Owen 2,818 Owsley 1,949 Pendleton 4,594 Perry 1,731 Pike 2,271 Powell 1,209 Pulaski 1,794 Robertson 1,394 Bockcastlo 4,078 Ilowan 1,339 KussoH 525 Scott 1,524 Shelby 5,472 Simpson 1,830 Spencer 1,823 Taylor 1,420 Todd 747 Trigg 285 Trimble . 1,028 Union 1,078 Warren 1,930. Washington 2,308 Wayno 1,412 Webster 1,821 Whitley 918 IWolfo 1,887 Woodford - 3,373 1.191 3,295 1,433 2,003 2.2G3 2S0 2,501 748 2,820 4.35G 3,017 1,535 1,390 1,201 1,100 2,127 3,0 5 S 1.5S9 1,317 730 1.439 803 309 2,093 1.040 882 1,705 2.319 2.900 2.G39 1,829 2,723 1,455 2,890 197 1,531 1,170 2.00S 1,195 1.123 3,533 1.546 904 3,280 042 GG3 1,728 904 3,414 757 2,531 GC3 908 881 859 1,173 1,200 2,217 4,212 587 4,130 415 1,932 941 A 2,011 2,919 1,887 1,271 1.3G0 2,051 1.722 1,319 2,754 4,228 1,054 1.373 2,073 1.171 1,108 1.785 1,298 1,480 1,803 955 591 1,332 1,071 1,533 259 fody Sum tSejifr Alcn's, Ladies', Misses'. Youths' and Children's VViindcrhose, priced from 15c to 25c. Each, pair fully guaranteed to give satisfaction. 1,184 3,002 1,654 1,038 2,082 3,919 045 1,300 PHOENIX HOSIERY! When customers ask for Phoenix Hosiery vvc know they are thoughtful buyers. You may buy cheaper hose, but they do not give the satisfaction that Phocrfix do. Same quality we have always had. Men's in white, black and gray, at 55c per i 2.G70 2,778 Sfcnvscrat, 3,024., tnirth District Dlstrlct-s-Swager 15pn Johnson, Hart ,2.048 3,099 2,593 1,982 3,757 252 28,840 1,727 10,402 1,120 1,350 1,171 1,910 ' 793 133 , , Kflh MtKWlUTilt, 1,343. A. U. math District IIund,urott Shorloy, Henry Hickman t, Hopkins Itouso, Dcm-mtca- 12.037. Jefferson Snwenth District Campboll Jessamine Domoorat, 9,430. SSrsutu District Harvey Holm, Kenton .Knox Mwnocrat, 3,101. Laruo atU District N. J. Fields, Laurel ....'. SVnfh District John W. Langloy, Lawrence Hejramtain. 7,978 (Knott couuty Leo Losllo Eisvenlh DUtrlct Caleb Powers, Lctchur Lowis Woyabllcan, 19,587. VUe vote by counties received by Lincoln jfrtxldent Wilson aud Mr. Hughes Livingston ll, 8. 'Jackson 1,409 2,031 2.21S 1,302 539 3,015 1,908 28,38'j 1,320 5,207 3,192 .., 1.121 . l.?70 2,212 1,287 Farm For Sale. aero farm, 4,i-- miles from Princeton, Ky., 2 Vj miles from d One-thir- d level, Scottsburg. d hill. Good rolllug and dwelling, 2 tenunt houses, stock and tobacco barn,; 3 acres orwater. chard imd good never-fallin- g Located on public road. Will soil on easy terms, or will trado for small farm or city property. Apply at Tho tf 93G Republican Oillce. 2,383 For Sale. 1,928 Good 120 aero turm on Rough 1,135 1,516 River, 3 miles west of Hartford. GO 2,220 acres in cultivation; other GO acres IsproveU. Apply, 2,324 woodland. TINSLEY & BARNETT, 1,808 Hartford. Ky. 923 275 one-thirone-thirilvo-roo- pair. Ladies' in white and black per pair. at 80c and $105 V 'INCOUPORATHD CARSON & CO. Hartford, Ky. r