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MOOSE SUGGEST it necessary, president-elec- t n&pnblkavL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 23 CONGRESS MEETS FOR SHORT TERM PRESIDENT ADDRESS JOINT 8E3 SIGN AND URGES RAILROAD LEGISLATION. pt HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1916. J. Uruco Davis, of the Lexington Board of Commerce, at the State Capitol building "I have seen very little about it In tho press of tho Sta,to and but fow reports have come to me of much Interest being manifested by tho public In a new tax measure. However, If tho press and public desiro a special session ofho Legislature to 'consider such nicnsiye, and express their desire, I am willing at any time to call tho legislators to-dn- y. ho told "LIARS" IN MEXICO. rW - REORGINATION to have been exaggerated, although somo damago was dono there. Large hailstones fell In the storm-swesection. o MARINES ARE WOUNDED IN SANTO DOMINGO Washington, Dec. 4. In an encounter between American marines SliEIC TO PROVIDE HEPRESENTA- TION IX REPUBLICAN PARTY CALL MEETING;. ADVANCE IS IMPOSSIBLE together." ht 1 I- - he expectMr. Davis said ed to get Into communication with Party. Says Through Democratic exponents of tho proposed tax.meas-ur- o Statement Announcing (Jonfer- in all parts' of the State and enco of Progrcvdvc. would attempt to bring about a concerted movement to show the Governor there is enough Interest in Chicago, Dec 5. Overtures to the Kentucky in tho proposed measuro Republican party for nolco in the to warrant a special session of the management of the party affairs in Legislature. return for Progressive support .were made today in a statement which followed a conference, with Chester H. ANOTHER AMERICAN t, Howell, of California, QlfTord Raymond Robins, James It. STEAMER IS SUNK Garfield, William Allen White and Harold L. Ickcs. Permanent progressive advance thru the Democratic party is Impos- HUIlMAItlXK .TORPEDOES JOHN sible, the statement sayx, In announcTO ' LAMBERT ACCORDING of ing that a national conference MEMBERS OK CREW. Progressives and Progressive Republicans Is to be called within four months In tho hopes of bringing Now York, Dec. 6. The steamship about- recognition of the Republican John Lambert, listed In tho Maritime party. vessel, was Tho first stop towarcj. providing Register ns an American warning progressive representation in tho par- shellod and sunk without by a German submarine off tho Isle ty, It was suggested, could be best brought about by giving tho present of Wright on November 22, accordAmeriRepublican Campaign Committee the ing to members of tho crew, today on tho functions of tho Executive- Cotnmlt-to- e. cans, who arrived hero Espagne, French Line steamship from Bordeaux. Progressive Vote Factor. Tho John Lambert was one of "The result of tho election has twelve ,Y4Sse8iytcnbu,It on tne tdiown that tho only hope of victory CrcatVLaWsrthpFTench Lino agreed for any political party In America to purchase. According to the arJlei in securing nnd retaining sup- rivals today the vessel had not yet port of tho Progressive voters," the been turned over to the French Inxtatcment says: "In spite of certain terests, but was .on its way to Havro Progressive achievements, the merits for delivery there. of which wo do not question, it is Tho attrfck took pla'co at 4:30 p. clear to us that permanent Progres- m., when the ship was twenty-fiv-e sive ndvanco thru the Democratic miles south of tho Isle of Wright, party Is Impossible. members of tho crew said. Tho en"Wo welcome tho enactment of gineer, Edward Harrison, of this progressive measures, by any party. city, suld that tho first mado Hut we are firm In tho conviction that its appearance known by sending a y system, shell crashing through the John lu tho existing may be Lambert's bridge and that the firing constructive progresslvlsm best achieved thru tho Republican continued during the time tho crew party. Rut to gain cither of these was taking to tho boats, twelvo shots ends, the Republican party must be in all being fired. thoroly progresslvlzed in organizaTho crow, numbering sixteen, all tion, leadership and principles." of whom arrived hero today without "Wo propose to Join with other their captain,, said they rowed forty progressives in calling a national miles to the French coast, being on eonferenco of Progressives nnd Progres- tho water twelve hours, and that sive-Republicans to bo held dur- shortly "after' tho John Lambert wont ing the next four months. Such a down they saw the submarine attack conferonco might well take steps to- and sink two unidentified vessels a Progressive steamship und a bark. ward principles nnd considering how to Tho John Lambort was tho last of put them Into effect. tho twelve Great Lakes craft to bo Initial Step Proposed. taken to France for delivery. Eigh"An Immediate; practical bte'p to- ty members of tho crews of four of Progressive representation them woro passengers ou the Esward would bo to give the present cam- pagne today. The Great Lakes & St. Lawrence paign committee in the party organisation tho functions of tho Execu-tiv- o Transportation Company owned tho This John Lambert, of 1,550 tons gross, Committee of tho party. committee consists of ten regular Re- which was built In 1903 at Chicago. publicans and six former Progres- Tho vessol sailed from Montreal on sives. This would give tho Progres- October 20. -- . sives votes as well as voices in tho party council. A demand from tho 1LVLF MILLION DRUG U8ER9 proposed conference for such representation in tho Republican organiza- Or Possibly 1,000,000, iu United tion could not bo Ignored by any who State, Says Medical Director. ure seriously desirous of parly success and nothing less than this could Now York, Decomber 4. That it, bo accepted as n first step toward se- is n. mistake to class tho user of curing the confidence of the Progres- drugs ns a criminal, was tho statesive votera of tho country. ment made by Albert II. Unger, As"Wo believe tho Republican party sistant District Attorney, at a heary can get the Progressive votes and ing here boforo tho Leglslui that Progressive, votes, thru tho Re- tlve Committoo that is inquiring into publican party, can best secure tho tho drug habit and means of combatmeasures of political reform and so- ing it. cial Justlqo to which thoy aro devotMr. Unger assortod thero woro ed. Hut to obtain this, thero inuut, 200,000 drug addicts iu Now York lio some guarantee that Procrceslvo State, and thut physicians at the support boforo election will insure Tombs Prison in this city had treat Progressive influence in tho deter- ed 12,000 of thorn. ' mination of Republican policies af"There aro fully 000,000 drug uster election. ers in the United States, possibly "The Progressives are not supsaid Dr. Charles F. pliants nor penitents. They aro Stokes, Medical Director of tho American citizens, soeklng Justice Board of Iuobrity, lu an address toand ready to fight for it. Tho only night at tho City Club. "Addicts aro harmony that la desirable or possi- recruited from those of both sexes ble Is the harmony of Justice" at tho period of adoloscouce." -- Hughes Lcomm Apartment. (JOVERNOR STANLEY MAY Now York, December 4. Charloa CALL SPECIAL SESBION E. Hughes has leased an apartment 5. Gov. of 14 rooms at .Madison aveuue and. Dec. Ky Lexington, street, whero ho and hl3 Stanley Is willing to call an extra Sixty-fourt- h Legislature If tho press family will mako their homo, it was suasion of the and genoral public of Kentucky deem announced Pin-choat two-part, to-da- Los Angelas Times. FARMERS RATIFY SALE TO GORMAN PRICES OFFERED FOR POOL ACCEPTED ALL COUNTIES. TORNADO SWEEPS THROUGH COUNTY DESTROYS RESIDENCES, BARNS AND TIMBER TO EXTENT OF ABOUT $23,000. BY TURN DOWN TUCK BID TOBACCO IS DAMAGED ral Virginia Firm Rubtcs Offer Ohio When Houses Aro Blown Down-SeveNarrow Khcns From County Votes Unanimous For Acceptance. Death Are Reported. Dipping here and there like n won ToFarmors of tho fowl, each dip meanbacco Growers Association me.tn Bter Hartford, Owensboro, Calhoun and ing destruction to whatever happened Hancock county Monday for the pur- to be in the .wake, a vicious cyclone pose of considering the bid made on swept through tho northwestern, sectheir pool by Tuck & Co., but in- tion .of Ohio county Monday afterTho stead thoy ratified the sale to Gor- noon about 3:30 o'clock. man &, Co., of Richmond, Va. Tht twistor entered the county at Nuck-ol- s and did its greatest damage in prices paid by thnt firm aro to be section about six $13 to $7 for leaf, $10 to' $7 for this immediate lugs and $6.50 for all trasn. Frost miles from Hartford. Several barns bitten tobacco is to be paid for ac- tilled with tobacco, corn and other $G is to b" farm products wero total wrecks and cording to its merits. bottom price on (tho damaged their contents destroyed. tho A church and one or two other weed. contract waa signed by P. H. buildings at Fordsvillo are reported The The secGorman, president of tho Gorman to havo been damaged. Co., and R. II. Ford, president of the tion around Adaburg seems to have Deliveries are to be suffered greatly from the winds, sevassociation. points designated, by the eral buildings and valuable timber mrlo at association in tho counties compris- having been destroyed thero. The farm belonging to J. C. Rlloy, ing tho Green River district. The Ohio county tobacco pooled with cashier of tho Citizens Bank, situatthis organization will likely be de- ed about six miles north of Hartford livered at Hartford, Fordsvillo and is a total wrock. A barn containing $700" or $800. worth of tobacco was Narrows. There was somo spirited bidding blown down as was tho residence in Owonsboro Monday, according to and u.corn crib filled with corn. pool. Homer Pean, a tenant on tho Riley reports, for tho $7 for farm, was Injured by flying dobries, Gormnu offered ,$12.50 to leaf, $10 to $7 for lugs and $C for suffering scalp wounds and brulsos, aro not trash. This bid was raised by Tuck, but his injuries escapes serious. are reported. Some narrow who offered $'12.75 for leaf and offer- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Allon had start$C.G0 for trash. Gorman then neighbor ed $13 for leaf. Tuck then offered ed toward tho homo of a at the approach of tho storm. A $13 for leaf and $G.50 for trash. only fifty feet from them was Gorman came back with tho p'ricea barn caught in tho whirl nnd destroyed. that bought tho pool. Tuck claims cyclone bounded over them and that he would havo raised his bid Tho opportunity. pulled up fence posts seventy-flv- o but was not given the on the other side. Thoy were The bulldjng ou tho Centertown feet Bros., uninjured. Two mules wore left plko uicd and owned by 'Bean standing whero tho barn bud been, as a planing Will storage, may bo & Co. in which to unhurt. leased by Gorman Tho tornado did considerable damrecolvo tobacco at Hartford. A lease price has been made by tho owners age in McLean and Hopkins counties. and will likely be nccepted. Re- A Bchoql teacher In McLean county pairs will he necessary, however, be- saw the clouds approaching and fore the building can bo used for marched the pupils to a place of thnt purpose. Deliveries may be safety. Tho building was demolmado here next week. The tlmo set ished a fow minutes later, Roportshoro left the . impression by the association la next Tuesday but It is not probablo that tho buy that tho Falls of Rough had been ali. most wiped off the jnap but this, has. ers will bo ready by tuat aaio point. , never been verified and is thought this and natives at Macorls, Santo Domingo, November 29, a number were wounded on both sides. The heaviest losses were suffered by tho DominiSLATE IS OVERCROWDED cans. The affair was roportcd to y by the Navy Department Capt. Knapp, commanding the forces With Legislation And Supply Bills In Haiti and Santo Domingo. High Cost of Living May DeTho dispatch safd no Americans mand Attention. were killed nnd that only a few marines wero injured. It did not indicate the number of tho natives' Washington, Dec. 7. Congress losses. The fight occurred while the Monday for a three months' American forces were Investing disarming the natives and es- session with a calendar ovorcrowded tablishing themselves in acordanco with general legislation, facing rail with the military rule recently pro- road reforms and tho high cost of living as new issues, and confronted claimed. with unprecedented estimates 'aggre gating $1,654,819,654 to meet expenditures of the Government for CAPTAIN BENNETT tho fiscal year 1918. Both houses adjourned early as 3 ON RETIRED1 LIST mark of respect to the lato Senator Clark, of Arkansas, and Resident Commissioner Rivera, of Porto Rico, FORMER ARMY OFFICER MAY Loth of, whom died since tho SeptemRETURN TO OHIO COUNTY , ber adjournment. TO RESIDE. Tuesday there was a joint session in the hall of the House to hear tho address of President Wilson, which contained recommendations for. legAuthentic reports hayo been re- islation sought by the Aduvililstratlou ceived (ln Hartford that Capt. W. E. Congress, dtoa before the Sixty-fourt- h Bennett, of tho U. S. Army, has been March 4. next. Railroad legislation retired from active service. He is to supplement the Adamson act was now in San Franclsqo where he is urged by tho President ns the most being treated for nllmeiitsdue to a Important problem beforo the Constroke of apoplexy while .stationed gress at this time. in the Philippine lslandsIay 12, , Eood. Cost Problem. 1915, and it is thought probable How to expedite their work Is tho county that he will return to Ohio of both housea problem whlch-leaderto. make his home. aro endeavoring to solvo and,frequent Capt. Bennett's retirement pnda many years of active army life in conferences for the purpose of planwhich promotions have1 been';steady. ning a program will be held railroad legislation, '.there is He enlisted as a private in 1890and served as a corporal, sergeant, first strong public demand for some legisserceant nnd battalion sergeant ma lative action to curb tho soaring price jor until 1S99 when ho was given a of food. And in addition to appro commission as second lieutenant priation measures which always tako himself in the time and must be passed, thero are He distinguished Spanlsh-A'nerlca- n War and Philip other Issues to be dealt with. Tho pine Insurrection and waB promoted Senato has the immigration bill, the to first .lieutenant in 1901, and was corrupt practices bill further to limcommissioned aa captain in 1911. it campaign contributions and. expenHe graduated from the School of the ditures, tho Webb bill to grant auLine, sacking one of the staff thority to domestic corporations for Ho was sont to tho maintenance of collective foreign sellclass, In 1913. Philippines and was there first ing agencies, conservation and othwith apoplexy, being un er measures. stricken Thon an investigation into expea-'- " conscious from May 12 till June 1. was placed in the Letterman ditures of tho recent national camHe Genera) Hospital at San Francisco paign is proposed, and Senator Owen, Joint but received recurrent attacks of of Oklahoma, will introduce aaji inepilepsy at monthly Intervals until resolution directing that such at- - ouco. last November. Ho is" improved but quiry be Instituted Hasty conferences of House leadhas been declared unfit for active ers Monday convinced a majority that 8ervlce. Physicians have hopes for a-- "speed-up- " .program advocated, by entire recovery but stato that it will Speaker Clark will bo adopted with years. Tho attack came take several changes at the most. Mato Capt. Bennott while in lino of only slight ho will bo retired on full jority Leader Kltchln Joined with tho duty and Speaker in declaring that the usual pay. here, altho regretting tho long Christmas holiday should bo Friends mootCaptain's misfortune, will welcome disponsed with and an earlier 10 his probable return to ing hour than noon, probably the news of As tho committees vir1b near o'clock, set. Ohio county. His old homo tually completed their work in tho ' Beda. last scsion, there Is no reason, it is ; pointed out, why tho morning hours "1HGH COST" GETS JAB should pot be devoted to floor wo'rk. to-daMd-cor- is, s soon.-Beside- s -- ""' When Pennsylvania Iuhpcctors Start MAN OUGHT TO HAVE RIGHTS KerubcllnK Eggs. A MULE HAS, COUKT JIULES 4. The first finite efforts of tho Stato Dairy and Food Commission to bring1 about a decrease In the retail price of eggs in Allegheny County begun when iusnectors started relabeling all eggs which havo been in storage longer than eight months, tho limit prescribed by law. Tho inspection is being mado uu-dInstructions of, Stnto Dulry and Food commissioners rousi, oi to-da- y, er j Dos Moines. la.. Dec. 2. Shaving is not labor, but a necessity, and the state hus no right to deny a man the privilege granted a mule, according to a brief filed In tho Iowa state supremo court at Des Molnos'by attorneys for a Davenport barber on complaint of tho barbers' union fot" keeping his shop open on Sunday. "If n. man can curry a mule on Sunday, ho has a right to have fata own head curried, in a .manner of rlsburg. says the (brlcf. ,. - speaking," Tho majority of oebs now lu storngo aro said to bo April nnd May HON. JAMES D. BUCK eggs. Tho forcing oi tnoso eggs out TO BECOME GOVEKNOH of' storage through desire of storage mon to got rid of thorn before the Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 2. Governor prescribed eight months oxplro will Stanley will go to Washington De- bring a drop In prices, Commission- comber 7, to attend the. Gridiron er Foust believes. Selling of rela banquet. He expects to remain lu beled eggs within tho stato will bo Washington until after tho goverfollowed by prosecution, according nor's conference, which meets "Deto authorities .here. cember 14, for a tbreo days' session. . During his absence Lieutenant Gov New Coating For Meat. ernor James D. Black wlR look.af- ' An Austrian chemist claims to tor the cxecutlvo affairs of tho State. havo invented n liquid coating for Tho lloutenant governor has not, as smoked moats that soon hardons and yet, had an opportunity to fill tho preserves thorn indefinitely. oxucutlvo .choir, Pittsburg, Doccmber iif i-- -. wwmi mmMm v0WWtM.Mf n MUWWm J WltTOlla)Mll3l!MUi -- TELLS OF CHAOS WfLMDIt HIGH MANUFAOTURH .AX1 .FAMILY UKKUGKK8 IN JXW ANGKIiai. lEf 0LUTI0N SUFFERERS 17. H. of Effort Country Is tho recognized necessity of tho Huro of Another Vcar of Am-pl- o but tho outlay required Is too Orrc Fall Recognition Living. much for the small farmer. Further T (no Ijoader. organization ot syndicates for tho purchaso of machines In common is Mourct-Sr-LolnSelna et Marne, necessary. los Angola, Dec. 2. A graphic n cirTho elephants of n Frnuco, Dec. 2. Among tho war recondl-'.Ituwtory iQuvtratlug tho chaotic compenses that will bo handed down cus played the leading rolo in nn exprevailing In Mexico, Is told by with greatest pride from generation periment at Lavllledlcu-du-TomplS or AnguMin Morales, formerly n which tho pco-pl- o to generation In French families are near manufacturer or vegota ot tho region confidently expect tho diplomas, now framed and hangwhich As oils at Morellaf Michoacan, Hitching on the walls of many a farm- will revolutionize farming. afcljofai .Vrxlco I'rovlnce, Morales luvu house, attesting how tho peasant ed to a plow, these animals replaced v refugeo cofirl Joined the Mexican women and farmers' wives, widows tho horses nnd oxen that wero rellar is 1am Angeles with his wife and quisitioned by the army, and proved s. and daughters overcome war '.two riillitniii. Tho soil has well repaid by tho regularity ot their gait to be Tlic.ru can be no hope of peace tho effort, and, thanks to them, far superior to cither tho horse or strong hand seises fh. :ur.ilctt until a France Is sure of another year ox; each animal did tho work of Did reins of government and sup-kr- n threo yoko of oxen; whether they of ample living. great and pet-n multitude of nto more than six times as much, tho Tho actual cash returns will equal chlffJzilns who are spreading ruin a record year In time of peace, tho reports do not tell. It is only the "V and tU'rastation, murdering and of the excepting oats and potatoes, tho mcrldttlonal Imagination a Jielpless people with no oth-e- r region, however, that contemplates yield was below the average. object, than This country of the Uric, which is tho practical extension to Franco ot said Morales. a generally second only to the Ucauco the working elephant. I had In 'Thw oil business that In wheat production and first of all KsrclU wns handed down to mo ny Iuiffer Signals, for oats, stands at the head for In our fam- y CaUiw. It had been If the Are bell should ring would both, yet this crop was sown almost sly jrimerntlons. nut mere camo entirely by women, girls and boys you run and stop It or go and help I was neither a rvrnluUoii. too young or men too old to should- to put out tho fire? It Is much the a Yllllsta, a Kaplsta nor n er u rflle. Thero is a good example same way with a cough. A cough is was, and am, a Cumarlsta. I ojf what was done on a little farm a danger signal as ranch as a fire And so I was made to face outside tho shade of tho forest of bell. Tou should no more try to afcotxh again nnd agnin. Fountalnebleau nt Vlllemer, where suppress it than to stop a fire bell Torn Ry Resolution. You can bo a success, and a big success, if you havo --Aly native State of Michoacan in a modest farm houso hang the when it U ringing, bnt should cure 0, the leaUera( Mthn Carraiua the disease that causes the coaghiag. framed diplomas accorded by the . ., va mo uistricis wmen nave- sui-- . .. AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. Ul IIII1. UUU IJUU lUtiU.lh UU1U VMT most by the revolutions. One 0 th(J othorf furnlshinK ams nnd Syndicate Central des Agriculteurs This can nearly always be done by taking Chamberlain's Cough RemeThe road to success is oasy if you are properly tayt&erecaine marching Into Panta-- , nmn,nlf)nn fnr nnr n,nP,,ri. fhpn do Franco (Central Union of French farmers) in tho names of Madame dy. Many have used it with the tTBith na armed force of men a pcaco might come." prepared. A Business Education is tho chief requisite Deaujouan and her daughters, Hay- - most beneficial res alts. It is espe-- j called himself Gen. Pautaja. for the persistent ! niondo, aged 12, and Jeanne, aged dally valuable for preparedness. Tho big men of to'day almost with-- t Ue aunmandcred every automobile How to Check Tlutt Cold. cough that so oftca follows a bad 14. Jiy. I ventured to protest dC When it is painful to breathe and out exception aro tho men who propared yesterday. Mrs, cold or an attack of fhe grip. Hal-ven-t Three Crops. hjoubty thai the machine was need- - fevor sends chills up and down your Beaujounn was mobilized while Thomas Deeching, Androws, Ind., 4 ta and that, owing to bnck. you aro in for a cold. A timely Wo prepare you for tho position that are waiting rondlllon-o- r tho country, I could do3Q ot Dr. Dell's Pine Tar Honey tho grain still standing In 1914; writes: "During tho winter my hus' cold easily and ooughs I! for the propared man or woman. School in session v&zwly procure another. Pantoja wlu atop tnp 8noe-z- and sniffles. The Madamo Deaujouan and her daugh- band takes Chamberlain's Cough ewfeevd mo thrown into Jail Imme- - ptne hajsam lessens the phlegm and ters have harvested threo crops from and coughs. tho entire year. Pupils may entoratany time and I was forthwith sentenc-- ciears tho bronchial tubes, tho honey that farm since. Tho third Is the Remedy is the best medicine for o breaking up these v attacks and you ;; receive proper classification. rf toiboliansed. Uut I had with me s00thes and relieves the sore throat. best of the threo for they "lacked the aa oit Kcljoolraate. Domingo &ima- - Tut antiseptic qualities kill tho twist ot the wrist," as Jeanne Ueau-joua- n caifnot get him to take any other." m puts it, until they had had the Obtainable everywhere. sm. bo and Pantaja happened to C(,rm and thp concested condition Is experience of two crops. be ivimano obtained my re-s- s. relieved. Croup, whooping cough A Theory- They are proud of the crop for liut ho dared not ask the restt-XsO- and chronic bronchinl affections a . "Why aro meat and eggs so expen aon l l accm ot the automobile. I was led quickly relieved. At all Druggists. lne crt' s saKJ- - aoul at lno ; to do awaro ot mo remarKauio mt to ha executed when tho order to 25c enori sive?" "Possibly." replied tho man who j it required of them to do the fcrtil- .wef mo freu arrivetl. thinks It's his duty to answer every , l'KXNSYI.VAXlA VKl.I. TKI.I.S (Incorporated) ""TOuo ol .ihe conditions of my lib-King, Viowiug. harrowing, seeding question, "because they're among craiki was that I order a number of TALK OF KIKKCK 1IATTLK land harvesting. When one talks to jthem about It, they tell him to go the few articles of food that can't be tbec for U:o machine. I did so, but OWENSBORO. KY eo the crop that Mademoiselle Imitated in a factory." Washington un tlt ralbvaj-- was Interrupt- A recent and tncSc Gaines, Ta., Dec 2. Star. t limns and always uncertain. flood which swept the farm of Marthe Don Fevo got from a seven-Charlfarm at Serrigny-en-Bress&& woarletl of waiting for the Kexford. four vmlles below VXCLK SAM TKIXK HOW Sires and in order to expedlto their here, washed away crops and much .'which promises to constitute tho TO CLKA.V SILVKKWAKK me thrown into jail soil from the meadow land and left i ord for girl farming during the war i lisd mice more senteuced to be uncovered relics of the dim longjwhon tho yield Is finally measured. Washington, Dec, 2. Government laK0. jLiko the soldiers of France, these cased. No A well was uncovered which was J heroines of the rear tako no praise specialists In homo economics after Saed I5y Friend. -- managed to send word of my 'walled up and partly filled with sand j individually; thero are so many .they several months' study of how to clean l Like tarnfihcd silverware, today issued feK&c to Samano on his ranch at and stone. Around this aperture and j say, who navo uono as wen. and Red tape, the paralyzing force that thru tho Department of Agriculture jKHaaadlro, and ouce more his in- - in it were found evidences of a battle even tho reawakening of this epic. a special bulletin of vital Interest to xbarcessJun saved me. You see, son- - between settlers and Indians. All For $2-i- o housewives, m- - it is all a matter of drag with Flattened bullet heads, arrow period, has not yet vanquished, with-- 1 millions of American iWtcc Kip? but there are so many heads, brass buttons made in Lon-o- T held from tho farms the aid the gov- - Tho procedure recommended It sb tfcoiu that ono can not have friends don. copper cents bearing date 17S5, ernmenl wished to supply, excepting simple that it may be followed sue very borne. Companion no knott-liioall. and In the end 1S12. 1S13. 1S1C. 1S17, ISIS. 1S19. in rare cases, fn tho seeding of the cessfully In practically hsueaaf ' The easy cleaning method Is simrvcs jHie who brings ruin and 1S22, 1S25, and bits of blue crock-- !. farm. flHEWUTtra COMPANION 52 ISSUES a, German prisoners of war, volun- ply boiling the dirty silver in soda . The faronte family weekly of America. lery of English make were islso dls- a 12 Great Serial or Group in 1917. and "Oen. Putttoja was 'killed In a bat- - covered. Tho money and arrow heads' teers from . the camps ot interned and salt solution in contact witb 250 Short Stones, a thousand Artides , and buigettiont, a thousand Kuanr-ismmy trou- - j were found In lose soil In the well. civilian Australians and Germans-- clean pleco of aluminum or zinc IK SttMV lifter that, but Special lasca fur aliases. Cbi-n- a, The tarnSih on saver Is net due to V ? urn' not 'jvt over. There came ; After digging out tho debris the Annamltes imported from Indo oxidation, but is dependent entirely ' explorers came Kabyles brought from the moun. to a flat stone which' and 12 issues of sulphur, tho bulMcCalTs Magazine .yielded oul) a lover. Underneath tains of Algeria, Sengalese from the upon the action ot cases the mil'S MAGAZINE water, but bones. Other West African Coast, a few territor- l letin states. In taost causing tarIt was not vESIja' Press PBtttm 12 UStTEJ JLTD A DU3S rATTOJI source of the sulpbur Parisian-schoobones were found a little farther ials on leave, a good many Ftw The rashlon AUTHORITY followed nish is rubber, wood, foods like eggs, boys and last, but not least, by millions of American women. You distant, but mainly in the well. will tho 12 monthly Usucs of helped with and the sulphur In the air due to To one side of tho well was un- the American McCaU's. making not merely a ; Illuminating: gas and coal but a taahion macadoc fireplace foundation, tho harvest, but with tho exception burning covered a stone every month of 1917 This tarnish of silver sulphid ls r, the help was availand there, on digging, was found a ot the Iuur and 15c. slightly soluble in the hot solution Mrs. Wymi Tells How Lydla x-- t ot dtMr antlers, as pirfoet as able only in scattered spots. niccau Urcu $2-1- 0 employed. It is broken down chem- roltcm fee . Uln Overalls Wear xir-eJEL Pinkham's Vegetable it likly ham;; over the nre-pl.itatxxBSuv Ically aid its silver content redepos-Ite- d in A majestic German porter ot a in this pioneer homo. Compound Helped Her 14 I J 1 Itsrtn irrO Kutr Ortnt U on the ware ween tho proper What tragedy was enacted oa this Riviera palace hotel, who, In lime of , vua v.tr ijfim k& The DuringChangtJ of Life. electrical conditions prevail. snvt the ol&au InkaWuats of thU penee.wore more gold braid" than any f THE YOUnt-- COMPANION for weeK and ".e 117 Home Calendar war. and one of the presence of both tho sUvcr and the a- Af Ur takiag ecUt r wufci to sy. They have General in the TaJ.mc 2 JrI?ALfc'S M ACA2IN xry month for one yejrj also choke c n ltr waiters of tne best known res-- ! . aluminum or xlnc in the hot solution cvwi bcUK cf L.dw 11 Pinkhaas no reeoUeettoa ot any honse standI Paris, bound wheat side provides tho necessary electrical con- , CB-,haTHS tXHTTH-- COMPANION St. Paul 5 DOSTrX MASgAO rUSCTTS Ycgctabie o the banks ot Pine Crek is tasraaU in I Under this method, there-ditlons. Ukc a tBat vicinity, yet taat some people by sMe on a farm In Beauce. pound I Inj uniform. fore, practically all tJte sliver in the i -- n too bUIh. hw wicuaa. lal- Mead ot the s, tarnish is returned te the object bewa luucanuiuni i tho porter, with bis lution, rinsed and dried with a soft Slug" Is the first Eskimo prisoner vrinrr the Cbosgv . KbVy Offer. wore a suit of blue overalls with the ing cleaned. Wben silver polishes cloth. A tho Colorado penitentiary has had of Lite and wualto aro used, on the other hand, alt thej day at setae distance letters "I. C." (standing or Interned trvH.ki with other i "The ether wms trying to wend a Civilian) oa their backs to identify silver In combination In thetarnisa Aluminum is much more satistac Hero the Government is housing all from tows l b-tory than xlnc for uso is this clean- Federal convicts of the Western couu '. fcvUnes com tire wttea an automebll- - them as Teetons In case ot a dUnosi- - is removed. i iiaured mvvi ev that titae recom- -, ing process since it doea not become try. Including Alasku. In the oVanlac method ioa to escape. Tney earned ui "" ixtt spciK, nviC! tu atepnea aau awn with a layer ot carbunutrs -j coated Tho Eskimo glrl understood no cents a day mended by tba department, the nefeLt.gs tad beat, help me." eiuiralect of forty-fiv- e granlteware which would intertoro with tbo chem- English nnd nothing of civilized cus. d&sbt-sKow I a ' "Meterlsts frfluetly do that as njd were olothed. lodged and tea by.cessary materials are a Zinc does form car- toms whon bho arrived at Canou a enougn to ai-I- ical reaction. imiK.m , (u.ra&.y.' in better beeJtit ;, -the farmer. Their fare was esartlr cooking utensU. deep covered by. bonates and. It used, must bo clean- City. She seorued utterly dated your awe 1 ever ws aud rtoxniftend nn eatraerdieary ..Bu, lM$ ruaie a thet.of the farmers hlr-- low the silverware to be ed frequently in dilute hydrochloric Her plight Interested Warden Th6m StooarayfriMS. rs-Lts.., i -- . raa soiunon; t u tk0 m-- tbem and of the soldiers suiid-ii- n n h oa Tyran, who started her education. form add. my thee. That they were sai'szica inum or zinc, preferably the Ho had great dlfflwilty teachlug her er; and baking or washing soda., s fact tba. w: n! ben I met U ivtxxiofe WT.aa-- xiteacx tie to me. as I learned later wkirllaj; out riiHars from the tnly thre f them Tho solution, consisting of a tea- - ( KSKIMO KIKIi CO.WICT tho Brst tow words of Eugllsh. but of detectives thouaad. Mitral proves nniGUT rci'iii when thoy uto mastered tho girl syaiptotss which aeewmpasy a enr full sacK) poonful of baking or washing soda away. ilBajlcccaVrolWJ. Kadncrmal health of tow ua bis traeV, was a fleeing tried to get suddenly began to show keen IntelliK. hajik. entbstler " lsltadelphU Iub- The several thousand German sol-dl- ami a llko amount of table salt to' Canon City. Col.. December 5 tT the timely uw of gence and a desire to. leant gave each quart of water. Is brought to Vegetable Ceaspccad. the lanocspleyed la Use harrest Jaihara's lie Ledger. or enameled Drought to the State peuttentiary guage and cuhtoms of the white &2cii wanuRg sysaptoau tre a svs no trouble at all. To the great ma- a boll is a granlteware . hero by a journey ot several thousi aT safftvaifco. hot &ubes. hciiachx-sjority of tbem French farm life was utensU. A sheet of aluminum or and miles from Alaska, an Eskimo race. vicik2V dredJ of impending evil. Tho warden believes when berH Is dropped in. The tar- i rvvel&tiec and a satisfaction that dean tine tiaMty. tsuuls in the cars, palpitatioa Immersed gtrl murderer, Is already planning to senteneo expires sho will ba one of found expression in frequent taQulr- - I.nfehed silverwareA is then tat In T the heart, cTrk befere the eyes. att - go back to her people oa tho shores thu ikat I" w educated women that ever For Iaiauits and ChUdrea la whother there was anr nros- - m me wmuua coastiratiea, variable umKMiraU ,w. that thT ralcht be allowed to tact with the sheet ot aluminum or of Derlng Sea at the end ot her long set foot In tho prison. wvaJtncsi osi lajuletuii, and In Use For Over Years term and teach them modern cusestablish themselves Us France after xlnc Tho tarnWh should disappear toms, Always bears tt,lj-- T10 "TCr ohject Can on The Republican for Fiiiew Un few ceeditioos do net Fw tbasa) aloarmal the war tbs MUs ApUruk. or "Cams Foag Job IMatlag. Ye- - Sijcatureof I.yvUa H Pir.Vhara' aS to Not aU ot these Usproved tana should then be removed from the so ViUpI Would Conic If Ax lUxuttM o, rlr Vould ns T tor-Sari- J 2e ir st. - isw ao Ho n (Inn, Sanchce one afternoon. called' tho 500 membors of tho Chnm-bo- r of Commerce of Morella togothor and ordored us to glvo him 5,000 pesos boforo aUndown. Tho banks had boon lootod nnd wo found It to mlso such a largo sum 'in so ahort ft time. Snnclioz order ed tho arrest mid oxocutlon by n firing squad of tho laat man of ur. Hut another band of revolutionists was approaching nnd Snncttca needed nil Ho left lu such a hi nnimunltlon. forgotten and to get out of Jail. j managed "I wna rorftlng In my homo ono evening when aomo revolutionist called mo out and showed mo my old automoblto In front of tho door. It was n wreck. They ordered mo to repair tho mechanism Immediately. I looked In tho tool box nnd found It empty. "I explained to them that tho trou-bl- o might easily be righted with the . T ., v nnll, . ... M (IVV LVplll J WWtJ do it with my bare hands. Less than nn hotr later I was atandlng with mv back against a blank wall and bo foro mo were a squad of soldiers with rifles and a man with a sword nliniit to clvo tho order to Are. when an,0, llley lmt, frem,9 rnn up wl(h the needed obtained by providing wrenches nnd tightening a few loose bolts. "Sanches, too. has been kllled.but there aro others those Generals are now all ignorant men, like tho politicians, seeking only money and power, and the people are those who suffer." "Don't you think, Mr. Morales." h(J wa agkedf that Amerlcan lnler. venation would he for tho best?" "Ah, senor," ho answered dismally, "the pride of nationalism is and it is hard to bring oneself to say yes, but I sometimes think so. Perhaps it your government to would only glvo full recognition FRENCH WOMEN hands mnko good harvesters, tho they did tho bcst.they could. self-bind- er "r Women Make Hrnvo Effort. After all, It wan tho American GIVEN DIPLOMAS that saved tho harvest; without it much of tho brnvo efforts ot tho women of Franco would hnvo WIVKH UAUGIITK1U4 OK bocu lost. Every machine was utilAND ized to its utmost capacity. In comFARMERS HAVK FRANCE munities where thero were nono nnd WITH RECORD CROP. whero tho fnrmors could not afford to buy one, tho communo procured a machine for tho common uso of tho IsEE iStfVMr OUR NEW HARDSHIPS OVERCOME farmers In turn. Traction plows aided only slightly In tho preparation ot tho soil. It Is FALL GOODS NOW ON DISPLAY g, well-know- ,, ,,, ., V o, Castcl-Sarrazl- n, Hvib Clothing Co. 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Recognizing Its merits, Germany and Japan havo sent experts to study It in the hope of duplicating it for their prob-Icms'th- at Iho Kind Yoa Have Always Bought, and which has in use lor over over 30 years, has borne the clgnature of and nas been made under Ins senal supervision since ita infancy. Just-as-goo- d" been. All Counterfeits, ImitatloHS and are Irot Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health, of Infanta and Children Experience arralnst Experiment! Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Parcgoricv Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its: age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been In constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying FeverishuesG "arising: therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sIujk. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend What is CASTOR A 8 L -- GENUINE CASTORIA the Signature of ALWAYS ytfears Print Albert t tatd pound that tUvet trytaUgla$ humidor with ipojrmoiifncr top that kttp thw tobactom uch tptendid condition Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder than to walk into the nearest- - place that sells tobacco and ask for 4a supply of P. A." You pay out a little change, to be sure, but it's the cheer-fulle- st investment you ever made! Fringe! Albert IR.-J- . Reynold Tobacco Co., WinttonSalera, U. C Copyright 1916 by R. J. Raynold Tobacco Co. BRINGING DOWN A GERMAN ZEPPELIN ii'umu:.M ok haKchxr and hit- ting UAIDKIIS SKK.MS TO UK HOIA'KI. A I It v The airship as Hying very "high too or th rcti timet) as hlfth, it seemed to mo, ns thosa of tho first raid when a couple of searchlights waylaid it at the edge of n cloud, but even at an altitude which was hardly llesB than 12,000 feet it appeared luiKU,. certainly larger (nan any 1 had - ' ever seen before. My glass was laid ready and I followed it closely. Tho ribs were less pronounocU than thoso of other raiders I had Been, and tho noso appeared to bo much sharp-o- r The gondolas or which I am unaorithe.impresion there were more sky-wathan two appeared to bo almost entirely Inclosed la tho body I tho ship Itself. ? This Zepp, ltwas very evident, did ' not want to drop bombs; In Tact, it had prohallly dumped all, or nearly OTier London, o all, of Its explosives already, and was Ita speed was I'nhrfnl Oiglis lUOlcvcd. trylUR to get 'away. great hut Its courso rather orratlc, !r. King's Hew DIscovory 1 a - oven before tho firing begnn. As rnnllilntr linnltnrr rnmtylv fur nnm'lie ' for IlK sle. the length of lay extend-- ' mid colds that ha stood the test of For that cough od binoculars, hold at arm's ond, Juat nearly fifty years. about Vlottqil It out. It wns about that strains the throat and saps the steamer 'vitality try Dr. King's New DIscovory. as large os a 15,000-to- n oothlng plno lmlsams and mild , Tho would look at two miles. Tho flr.lng, when it began, was ' luxatlvo Ingredients soon drive Uie ordered and methodical us th'o search- - cold from tho system. Havo n bottlo light work hud boon. It seemed to on hand for winter colds, croup, come In one great hoIvo from tho grippe, and bronchial affections. At 2 guns of a carefully determined area, your Druggist, GOc. to which tho order had doubtless XamliiK Tho New Huby. gone at tli wuuo Instant Kven be- Thoro aro fow parents who do not tore It began, the alrShlp had start ed emitting clouds of stoaui or gas In 'Blvo the most conscientious care to an endeavor to conceal Itself, and to tho cholco of names, for at any rato this must liare lion duo the fact that their llrst and secoud born children. Sometimes quite a wordy war wages n very small number of shell bursts considering tho giuis in actios were over tho vexed question. It Is frequently tho case the eldest visible. Tlio trailing whlto cloud was mottled with bright Hashes in- son of an eldest son Is given his side It, however, ajJd from th fact father's name; and tho rule holds mnd good almost universally that tho first 0 that these wero above, below, father. at both ends of tho. fugitive .a gas bag. I born boy is named after his linrrln 1(1 TltaaV JfoitainiilnVinfl . ubujuuihuui iinnniiil d.u.iu was no doubt mat 1110 there of th duo to go thru Ufo with "Junior" a r.dvintr lis full sharo St tacked on to his surname; whllo In fcniteful missiles directed at it. things far ns 'I observed, none of the shots tho family clrcio ono of two short, or went wido to any will happen either tho boy will fell far grout length, as had those or the sink his real name and bo called by narlv raids. Tho problem of rang- - a pot ono, or tho parout wlllirosolve into "father." Now, to their olill- I111C and hitting tho Zoppollu had un doubtiHlly boon solved; It was 6w a dren. father and uiotltar naturally .....wiinn- or wimt effect the ItlU woro refer to one another uy tnw uties. "j but lii their own company it Is swoet-- 1 tt llO VII. linhron- - dr to use thulr Chrlsil.11 names. un- I ilid not time il. lut uiy slot) li Hint th suddeu burnt of fir-- Jlfct by w dolns contuioD Is creator"! IWlreu lug UIU not pntlnu lon- -i than a owin to tl.o fact tbr the cl ad "u- - dH'Mr..n th or two. ThU fa-- ', ralnutfl aiii' mu- -t hv bean Ir ict thjjt therange ,hlp mniiv guns wUeti l Now t6 (nMer thrt ofrr the trio's cbll-iac. of well wl.liln . t'.iulr "' '! ' " 'l the flrii.k . I. it it riidi IK lit a pact tin t! i ly to , dm 11, "" u' ' uf aeroplanes that had been mustered j Confusion reigned supreme in such to finish It as soon as it reached a a homely detail as the sorting 'of region whejo Its fall would Intlict these children's clothes unless they thu least damage. were marked with their full names, Partly added by Its own swelling At school the boys were teased be clouds of gas, partly by the lowering !ause Jthetr Initials were not a sum fringes of tho shifting cumuli, the icient Identification of them, aai(helr raider disappeared from sight four Christian names had to bo revealed or five minutes after the firing cear- -j in full, contrary to tho usual cus-cbut not before I had bteen able j torn of he school. plainly to discern that there had j so far as the girls were concerned, already been some reduction In its tho fact that they 'were named Graco, altitude. Twice ox thrice swift Gwendolyn, and Gladys, tiro it was shndows cutting 'thu shafts of whucl- - awkward In childhood, matured less gives euru mini later when they changed 'flielr sur inK MJurixiiiKiiin n Of the aerial ambush preparing, und navies upon marriage. 1 van .sennewhat surprlse-d that so Two Christian names arcoften use much as aiino or ten minutes cliHed ful to a boy, tfor tho Bakeiof his slg before a quick flafh , of naluro in after life, which ho can light in (he sky told that tho coup de then diversify to suit "his taste, grace hfl finally "been iSvon. Tor Moro than'one is:an emphatic neces nix or eight seconds this light spread sity to tho lad whoso surnamo Is ono evidently Inside tho outer envelope common to imany people, in order fiio whdhj "body ! tho 'Zeppe- tliat ho may. It ho so desire It, char lin was witliued In smcSdcrlng fire. actorizo his nurnnmo by tho use of Then thero seened to lie a greet ex- hit second, name. plosion though I heard no bound of it a hot geyser of fin mo shot Cough Medicine for Clilhlrcu. ana the frame of tho airship 31rs. Hugh Cook, Scottsvllle, N. supended and begun to fall, throwsays: "About five years ago ing a light strung enough to cast Y.7 when wo were living in Garbutt, N. shadows In thoKugr glow that 'played , d, i red-yello- w Ask this "brain" how high the tide will be in New York harbor at 10 a m., June 2G, 1978, and it will tell you to the fraction of an inch. Ask when it will be low tide at Aden, Arabia, on May 13, 1923, and It will tell you to tho minute, and also Just what tho depth of water wlll.be. It will give you the same date for any hour or minute of any year for tho principal ports of the world, Any Day th Century. When you remember that tides, not only are Influenced by the sun and moon and the movement of the j earth In Its constantly changing re-- 1 latlon to celestial bodies, but also by Islands and continents, by deep wa-tand by shoals which affect the tidal flow, and affect It differently for each port, you can get a glimmering work tho idea of the wonderful "brain" performs. In its computations for the tide at any one port, tho "Big Brain" may take into account as many ss thir- factors influencing the result, And yet, once it is set to the problem, it can go ahead nnd draw a continuous curvo for ono or two or three years, dividing It Into days andj hours, making each high and low-tidseparately, nnd alwsys allowing exactly for the changing relations of earth, sun and moon. And It can do this for any day In aay year of any er e In Use For Over 30. Years The Kind You Have Always Bought C OfNTAUW COMPANY, MgW VQWK CITV. 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You are auniml of recrivlntr a aatialactory sweet toned durable Mjft crade piano. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL $150.00 r Mtri' Y08R OWN HOME f rd Y t t- suffering from colds with Chamberlain's Cough Ttemedy and found It Hst as roprestmtod in oveny wny. It promptly checked their coughing and ii..a.1 fli.fw ...litc aiitnLn flinn n,i. 7. thing I ever used." Obtainable ev- m erywhere. o-- century! International Uwe Uifced. Fischer hopes an international alliance of nations, following the war, will result In the making of tide records for the world on tho machine hp built. "This machlno could make the forecasts for every large harbor In tho world," he says. "For each nation to make separate forecasts Is only a duplication of labor and expense which this m.ichino makes absoluteI doctoreC two of my children ly useless." For Sale. A 160 acre farm 4 San SO - of You pay do can bfgin paynicabtttet t&a doji cash down, but low trial, yon on- - Easy Payment ,i f)R.Yaai Btsairaiilaa . . W Sfa dH. 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The follow. i Idc are a ft uinple barpiinj webcr Steinway Chickering Kimball 511000 9200 9003 . tr!lrV.f. lighted v;lh tbc many ea clujlro f at ires of tbme wonderful lTirutnnls, will be p.t-j.with U ery low prlc at uhicb can lc ffcnntf. f( q vr aodaoat raotl. m ST aJ tty Starck miles east of Hartford, on tho border of the oil'! I E P. A. STAKCK PIA2SO CO., fields. Good dwelling, barn and othYoung aoaui er nocossary outbuildings. orchard, strawberry bed ami other p1ffdn feature. If bonds carry , Inter-count- n Uko in your own home, by mail. Thu n presents one jear' ' free Instruction. rhicajo. ... S5.00 X95.00 The you Send for our latcat oomplcto vconj base bfircala lite S'nd today for otu ncvv hrautifu"y illustrated piano look which ghea you a lirgo amount of information retrardins pianos, ltia book ftlll interest, and plcaRc you. Write today. j Piano Boob Fres 1313 Starck BWjj.. CHICAGO Children Ory "FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO RI A y scat pike will bo near. See, or I write Tinsloy & Burnett, Hartford. Ky.. for further ourtlcu- lars. ITHOS. E. MOSS Plasterer, ecorator Contractor. at-ac- l 4i04O44;"Wf t at --- o- Great Possibilities Await Kentucky Farmers at 3c a Pound, In other fltatos stock feeders aro being fotved to dl6poso of their entire holdings of liugs 011 account of tho high provallfngcoHt' of feed stuff. This unloading is naturally depressing the market. However, it Is bound to react, and will result In raising tho prico of Spring hogs higher than they havo ever been lu history. Some nuthnritlos prodlct that theywlll sell as high as from 13 to 14 counts. Our Concentrated feud, whan proporly balanced, will mako pork at 3 routs. Gut jour sharo of the prosperity by raising hogs, and using our feed. Over 100,000 hogs fed on it ' since Decembor 1st, IMS, to date. Start fowling now fur big profits ud! quick returns. ' x i Lifetime experience with beet of workmun, and can give any roforonce (loaned. Call me on Hartford Mill C0.1 'pnono, or address mo at Hartford; Ky, Can Make Pork . . iauorui am .,. We Knock the Spots Out of Things mmammmkmMmmmmmmmt ,' Ladies' and Men's ! 1 Garments French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a Superior Manner. tfeml us your Garments and Have Thorn 111 Fifty-ttvo t CLEANED CLEAN Packages called- - for aud delivered, j j typowrltors explained by ilovlng Mc-tur- o machine. tjeVen big g, Hhprthand, ToloBrsphy, Stenotypy. Mi:s:. Primary Normal. ExHook-keplu- a Itn 't.-v- Writs or oall us for rKjrtToulars pert teacher. Mo . uilp-u:tn-t , nk-ne- ..!" Glen'more Distilleries, Co. "(iMorporated) , TSE ELITE PRESSING CLUB: A. 11 Position Write for uatulogue. ircO lii f XjII, Hi-o- ' VRTKUKD, "KKNTl't KV Mm r.-- Co, Bus " Jep t 1 J tr but ? , , OWENSBGRO, KY. hubMilix .s.m-:i'Mmas- 1'iriwpor.i to "' r Tin' ll.u ti"u: OW! V' h A. r ibftkt. if ''' .. j ' r - V 0 I'tj itai. gya T -- H Kodak Wo deciding what to give tbis Will be easy, as -4x-m- h:&. m as nearly everything lias advanced in price But wo had a good supply on hand before the advance, which will go at the old price as long as they last. ' Wo EXCEPT JEWELRY. There hns been no raise on gold' ind filled jewelry nnd munji other articles in. our line, but Clocks, Cut Glass, and Silverware have advancx ed some. are so most appropriate gift, and always has been, as it ran be kept longer and appre- - r ciated more, why not go right now and select your present and have it put back? nnim k&k. -- SGjrt "lHW urgojou more than ever to buy early this year, as materials of all kinds scarce that tho factories may run short a little later. So as jewelry is the . have, for the ten years wo have been here, sjeiulily incieas-'our Htock both in quality and quautity, and this yeai is by.no means an exception. There are too many things to mention, but a lew are Watch Dracelets, Necklaces, Kings, Tie Clasps, Stick Pins Silverware, and Kaslinan Kodaks. Tho Watch Uracelots and Eastman Kodaks are extremely appropriate this year. Cut-gbih- s. We also test eyes, fit glasses and frames and guarantee them, and we are always here to back them up. mmm J. B. TAPPAN, Jeweler and Optician, Hartford, Ky. wmssma promise of given by K.V-TR- Senators just before ad- MARCH TERM TO . journment last September, when a ' to law Ht tho PontoHlw futile effort was made to pass the Kuttred nrcor.lln innll waiter o! the second bill. Eartfor.t. Ky.. BEGIN FEBRUARY Ho railed upun these Senators elan, to make good their words, declaring Editor that "no Republican can permit a ALLISON J. BARNETT Buslucss Manager condition to endure which permits VI S. TIXSLEY,. the highest legislative and execu- .JUDGE It. W. MliACK (WLI.S SESSION OK OHIO CIRto tive powers of the people to be con- communications Address all CUIT COURT. trolled by ie sordid use of money on The Hartford Republican. a large scale." i ouiittiur xcuiu&u uuiuuulcu uo .in NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS a t. .u.ua ..tl.... .lA.,taJ imuKnwn. "'" t- me uwra um iiiu n1 '" i.n " lii nniv lamenumeni 10 it r... .. l.ltt t1. uiu ttttt ULUAW Ur DUOiV.l dd.u..i,tBivcti.(.oiduddiW.ii.mnVinsthe, bill" defeated in a notable "ILL x years ago, which t Bnflnmt Local mid Notice We tier tine nnd 5c fight twenty-siI j Hartford Republican. v. . .- - 11 -- i e a. .1 j- -t per line for ea.'h nddttlunul Insertion. Obltourltw, lleolatIoii ami Card of ThinLa.Ic ptr Hd. money In minim . frre, but other for Church Xfitln idrcrtlKrmmtH, So ifr line. coiuniunk-ntlowill receive no Anonyinon Utntlun Cvk.C3.baxlcu3. .... would give supervision of elections to tho Federal Government and pre-- , vent disfranchisement of negroes ini tho Southern States. The amendment was ordered read and must be voted before disposition of tho corrupt practices measure. I "Will Continue Into Regular Term (ii'iind Jury Disml.el yattnuto' FRIDAV. .. ..123 .. CO WOMAN" VICTIM IS TAKEX HOME BV GALLANT TIIUCJ .DECEMBER 8. San Francisco, Cal Dec. 4. A gallant thug is the latest acquisition Is the high price of cabbage due to to tho criminal element of San Fran the big head? Mrs. Bert Hngan, of 1234 cisco. Forty-sixt- h isvenue had a terrifying Women suffrage may be all right ovtiAilAnAA ilth tliti follnir but suppose the chickens scratch the Mrs. Ragau, In a report to the ticket? police, said she noticed a man crossThe price of most everything else ing the street aftfr being followed a Mrs. As he ncarcd her, has gone out of reason but leinber-ge- r bjock. Ragan said, ho drew a revolver and cIutso is still a scout, She replied demanded her money. O Democrats in sho had none, whereupon the mau QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Kentucky don't seem willing to wait seized her roughly by the throat and court. 14 Indictments classified as for the 'Morrow to put down the told her he- would harm her unless ' follows I Stanley Cantrill crowd. One against Tom Drown offense sho gave up her valuables. Again Ohio County Union of the A S. of Mrs, Ragan dented she had any Mf disturbing religious worship. E., December 2, 191C. Six against Dave Duke offense Tho thug then loosened Ohio County Union of A. S. of E.. We wouldn't have been quilo so valuables. met in regular session December 2, comfortable Monday afternoon had his hold on the Woman's throat. of unlawfully' selling whiskey. we known a vicious tornado was One against Tom Wilson charg- 10 1C, with president J. R. Wcllcr "I beg your pardon," ho said, as sweeping everything before It within he doffed his hat. "I am, sorry if I ed with breaking Into railroad depot. presiding and the county secretary, charg- Henry M. Plrtle. at tho desk. Ono against Alfred Finloy six miles of Hartford. hurt you. But I need tho money, you might have ed with horse 'stealing. After tho reading of the minutes and you looked as if Those two mules left standing somo in your purse, "Allow me to One against Iko Franco and Ern of the last meeting and the present-i- n when the cyclono wrecked tho stable escort you to your home." ii f Knnio rpsnltitlnnfs liv the Mt. est Williams charged with break in which thqy were housed near I'l'leasant local the house was ad- Mrs. Ragan accepted the offer. ing Into railroad depot. Hartford Monday must have been of As she walked to her homo with hor One against Ernest Lltsey charg- - journed until one o'clock. the Democratic variety. strange companion she made uso of ed with murder. The house was called to order at o'clock and the resolutions that One hfttlnst William Otis Rey-iothe opportunity to get a good look The newspaper man who so concharged with seduction uii- - were presented In the forenoon wero sistently advises that tho Christmas at tho fellow. Sho even noticed the rolds It was then eyes. der promise of marriage. read and adopted. shopping, be done early usually waits color of his d Ed. WHkerson One agalnbt mqved and adopted that the In her report to tho detectives night before Christmas to until the j tlons Mrc T?!ti'nr en M tho irfillnnt thill? be passed onto the National with false swearing. buy himself the annual tie. ' Ono meeting. against Wade Raymor was about live feet, five inches tall, jjr. S. R. Blanton then prefented wore a long gray overcoat, and was charged with fraudtjntly converting TOBACCO SALES. THE so the property of an-- , tho following resolution that was His oyos wore to hl8 w Ohio countalns rejoice that the Co- of slender build. adopted unanimously; black. other. operative and Equity societies have One against Wm. Douglas, desert-- ( whocoas. one o"f our beloved mom-- j sold the 191G tobacco pools at fancy Ing infant child. Annital H.i.nt'. , bra, Hro. E. C. llnlrd, vice presi-- J prices. Compared to what has bocn One ngalnst Jcne Allen, destroying ,jent 0f the Ohio County Uulou ofj Decamber 13 and 14 tho ladles of paid in the past the prices this your the A. S. of V.., Is sorely grieved and the Methodist Church hold thoir an- - property of another. are higher but taking into consider y White and Reat tho .,)(. ii,. t nf . min nr iim ;rwi tiual Bazar. In the busouieut of gifts Ono disturbing lawful assembly, i,ja homo overspread with gloom Kirk, ,,- and forrow caused by the death of. a.t in., wm-- n,i new church. Beautiful holiday sifts to suit jour taste and aU, Ono against Walter Myora. desert. hla son. Rex. a noble young man. connected with tho cultlva- worrla. who accidentally shot himself ThursHon and marketing it is vet several to 8" our l)ure- - S'8 for olrt and Ion of chnaOno against Myrtle Faught. carry day, November 30, 1010, jthoietoie vouuk. clfts practical or gifts nrtls- ti.n.. it HTwiiii.i i. n.niM Beginning at eleven each day lug concealed a deadly weapon bo It he that as it may tho prices to be Ono against S. O. Fogle, having nesolvod, That thl County Union colved this year are sultlcieutly in- a most appetizing lunch will be serv- s. of B.. of Ohio county, In cd at any hour to suit our patrons, intoxicating liquor In his possession of tne creased to make the pooler feel Jubregular assembly express our deep and more mouoy will be put in An especially delicious tea will ho for purpose, of salo. ilant Ono against Starling Eidson, vlo-- , gyn,pathy with our boloved brother circulation through this source this served each evening beginning nt family, we latlng local option law. 6I1(1 nts 5:30. We, are expecting all our old year In Ohio county than over aiding orrov with thqm.'we feel for them, Ono against Tom Crnhn, friends and many now ones. Come , porson in custody to umj wo ,)ra. that the Eternal Ono The poolers of both the Equity and and look our goods over before you and assisting a escape. who doeth nil thlpga well, will com- finish your Christmas shopping. have won victories. Ono against Abb Lawrence, flour- - oTii protect and guide them through They will bring more money and hotIshlng deadly "weapon. tf,!,, nBi,t of grief. Method In Her Madness. ter busluess into the county. And Ono against Tip Beasley, violating Resolved, further that the county Father Betty, I am shocked! who among us are not interested in .secretary be instructed to furnish; Your mother tells me you are engag- local option law.' better busluess? Com'th. vs. Robt. HiUlard, Hardin our rQ Balrd with a copy of these ed to threo young' men. ' Betty Oh, well, papa, they aro all Godsoy, Ethel Hcflln statement 11- resolutions and that a copy be fur- "FORCE JHLL" .MADE RIDER uuu uukuuu u.au..uu... TO CORRUIT PRACTICE ACT niujers, uuu nucu iuu ocanisiieu jne couni ii'vio " son is over I can marry the survivor. ' Com'th. vs. Fred Sweeney, Blue request that they publish. jt was thon tnoved that the sales Grass Oil Co., Tom Crahan dismiss- n,ea Washington, 3. Corrupt j Boston Transcript. v.uu..w....v.... .. committee be Instructed to elose .j legislation, tno uwen uiu.i prnwice " t 'Attorney. Curd or'Tluuiics. to limit oxpendltures by any polltl-- j SaiO Ol UIU lUHUtlU IU HIT WW" " To our many friends who so' Turner vs. Hoavrin continued, cal party for election of Presldont their ability without turning It back( J. W. Morris, Leitchflold; Jno. P. to the county meeting for ratlflca-- j and Vice Prosldent to $400,000 to cheorfully contributed their services - Haswoll, Hardlnsburg; Jl. D. Rlngo, tlon. ' Carrlod. f urthor restrict expenditures for elec-- , and sympathy during tho recent uess and at tho death of our bolovod Owonsboro, wero visiting attorneys Hon of Senators and Representatives It was then movod uiid carrlod: was made tonlay the unfinished bus- - wife and daughter. Mrs. N. S. Bar- - thin that we havo a distrlot meeting at. Orand Jury was tltamlssed Wlnos- - the UaoaoU's solioolhquae ec. S0ti. iuese of the Ssnato. Senator Owon, rasa, we dsslro to exprosa our thauka The hntiio was then adjeurued 4o wh i r Mi thf mntiou. said ho would and may God's rlehest blosslngs rest day afternoon The following jury cases have dls- - met-- t In Hartford J:ii c. 101T. n at every possible op- - up'n you all. pr, . r' ' . t An extra session of Ohio Circuit Court was called by Judge Slack yes terday to convene February and continue Into tho regular March term. The step was taken In hopes of clearing th'o docket of many civil cases now pending. It "is literally n week's prefix to the March court and can be held at less expense than ordinary extra term called between regular sessions. Evidence in the motion for a. change of enue in the alleged 'pos sum hunter cases was again taken up evening pleasantly. jesterday and court was held late last night. A. S. OP E. MINUTES. The grand jury JiP returned Into O 'charged with murder, verdict of were Interred In Woodwanl h Valley ACCIDENT IS FATAL jury, not guilty, cemetery Saturday afternoon. The Com'th. vs. Hardin Tanner con funeral was very largely attended TO llOll) COUNTY BOY which fact attest to the popularity tinued and set for trial 2d day of the next March term. of Mr. Balrd. Com'th. vs. Leonard Anderson, & News of tho accident shocked the filed away with leave to reinstate. 1H2.V HAIKU DIES AFTER SHOOT- - entire Hcflln community where the Com'th. vs. Ernest Lltsey chargIX ni:lf WITH SHOT CVS deceased had many friends. He was 0 ed with murder, bond fied at ulso well kilown In Hartford nnd wua TIIAXKS(SIVIX(J BAY. which wns executed. a brother to Manager .Marvin Balrd, Com'th. vs. Mitchell Taylor-charof the local branch of tho Farmers' with murder, verdict of Jurj Hex G. Halrd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mutual Telephone Co. manslaughter guilty of voluntary m E. C. Balrd, of Hellln, died Friday SUMl Shot Cnit For ,yji. and punishment fixed at 2 to ." ears afternoon about .1:30 o'clock after I haven spoclnl grade $100 double in penitentiary. accidentally shooting himself with n The jury trying tho case of Hoover, barrel shotgun made In Ioudon. gun Thursday morning. ThanksEngland, by W. C. Scott and Son. vs. Husdc? viewed the property yes shot giving Day. Young Balrd had been terday. All evidence is in in that hunting I alto which I will sell for ?20 and upon, hit return sat have ' s case. bird one down on n table In the yard of his year and six mouths old; white with 0 homo. He placed tho stock of his Moving Picture Show gun on u small box on the ground liver spots. Very smart and subject Will sell right. At Dr. Bern's Opera House every In front of him resting the barrel to register. DON TICHENOIJ, Monday nnd Thursday nights. The on his knees. In somo manner the Hartford, Ky? management has Contracted for Pic- hammer of tho gun wns struck tures from the Mutual Film against the edge of the box dischargFarm For Sale. which Is claimed to bo one of ing tho load of shot, which entered 270 acres of laud, 100 acres Is the best Institutions of this kind in his bowelB ranging upward. Physi- bottom land. Underlaid with ciwl. tho world. We can assure our cians were called from Hartford nnd l'lenty of water, timber and buildthe best service and entertain- an operation was performed but ings. Between Rochester nnd Beavment possible. The management their efforts wero fruitless In saving er Dam. MRS. E. P. NEAL, 211 has undergone great expense in the tho young man's life, bo deadly was North Boulder St., Tulsa, Okla., or reparation and arranging of the the wound. 8. A. Davenport, KenRochester, Opera House for the. comfort and After funeral services the remains tucky. 23tS patrons. entertainment of their Coino one and all and spend an . i $2.-00- , ged" first-clan- glp-polut- Corpo-latlo- n, v , ooooooooooooooo i - WINTER MILLINERY You will find this a very i op- r nc resolu-charge- o-- ; ur agnliiBt-Lone- i - iwr nt ' rc-iti- o. i J j bo-for- e. grlcf-atrlcUo- n I 1- lOOL-ua- ll I I """ portune time to supply yourself with Winter Millnery. Your holiday visit will neces r sitate a new hat. t We lay special stress on our t showing in new, upto-dat- e Miilin ery. z Every effort will be made to meet the price you want to pay t with a becoming, stylish hat. Don't put off supplying your t Millinery needs. Better selections can be made now. We can show you quite an assortment of Wool Caps and Scarfs to match, also individual Caps and Scarfs in a great variety of colors and styles. e-- jf j , . 111- IE. P. Barnes t &, Bro. t i Beaver Dam, Kentucky. jkk. TV ni .11 . 1t pabsage N Sumtor itf. rred to MR S BARRA3S, AND MRS O B JONES pMof i..i ih WI'.moi M ddv.x - J Ht'NRY 51 ljlitTLE, R. WKLLKR Sl I'res. 4 tttftft r Miss Ircno Hudson entertained, TOBACCO with a musical and pound supper at Horton, In honor of her home, near Miss Lena BaUo. Tho social func BOUGHT BY TUCK tion was a gala success. State Roads Commissioner Wiley, of Lexington, and Division Engineer CunliT wero In Hartford Wednesday, LOUISVILLE KHtM PAYS KAXCV 'PIHCK Tho Owensboro, Centertown and KOIl WEED HOLD roads wero Inspected. TllltOUGH A. H. OF K. You might go down The Ohio and romnieto tho Circuit but you would come back and uourt tnoso delicious VAUGHN MAY RECEIVE nroma producing lunches at Don Tlchonor'B Restnurnnt. Go there for your meals, cold drinks, etc. In Which Cuso Product For Tills ti This column had people going Section Wlil Ho II mulled At whero they didn't go and doing Hurt ford Warehouse. things they didn't do last week but it wus due to changes in the plans of tho parties concerned and to our goO. O. Tuck & Company, of Louis ing to press earlier than usual. Many folks seem Munsing Wear ville, bought the tobacco pooled by Mr. Andrew alenn has returned high-price- d. tho American Society of Equity In is from Indiana, whore ho htis been em- Owensboro Tuesday at prices rang The fine ami ployed by a bridge constructing com- ing from 13 to $7.50 for leaf, $10 pany. Ho will bo at home until af- to $7.50 ipn. in Ylunsing Wear give, for lupfl and $7 for all ter Christmas, when ho will probably ro- trah. The purchasers ngreM to bo sent to Bardstown by his firm. eclvo at points in Ohio, Daviess, McWhen find of par--, Messrs. "itr"wnJarnes7of Beaver Lean, Hancock and Brcckenrldgo N. Dam: Cal P. Kcown, Hartford; Ylunsing Wear counties. The receiving points in and It. Baize, Fordsvlllo; II. J. Milllgan, the various counties have not yet like usually and Small- C. Bennett, Ilellln. and J, been designated. as tax hous, havo been appointed It Is the consensus of opinion that The supervisors for Ohio county. riompany will hanthe They when Board will meet tho first Monday dle the tobacco bought by tho Tuck Munsing Wear on so in January. Company and In that case deliveries Fred-Cooelected in Hartford wHl bo made at the has been so Mr. chairman of tho Democratic execu- Hartford Tobacco Warehouse ComAgain Munwhen tive committee ot Ohio county. Mr. pany's building which ls leased for supsing Wear back from perfecwash Cooper was elected to this position this season by the first named comt-fitting in tho fall to fill out the term of pany. It is not known what other a Judgo O. M. Crowe, resigned, but points In the county will bo .desigMunsing-Wc- ar The climax experhis election Monday was Jpr tho en- nated ns receiving bases. , when suing four years. . now long the Society seen on Farmers of Mrs. E. S. HowanTnnd" daughter, the streets hero Tuesday afternoon Tryphcna, spent Thanksgiving holi- seemed well pleased with the prices woman child; days visiting relatives In Muhlcn- - they aro to receive for their tobacco counties, returning this year, which Is fifty cents more a Munsing n burg and McLean Monday night accompanied by her on both Jugs and .trash than was in any Wear sufpool. It niece, Miss Venetn Barnard, who will paid for the visit friends and relatives In and wns first reported here that tho top Munsing Wear price 'was $15 but this proved to be around Hartford for several days. explain acres, 1 Vi due to a misunderstanding over the Fuim'l'or SaIe180 10,000,000 Munsing Wear garwhy miles east of Hartford, divided by L. tclenhone. sold Poolers To Meet Saturday. & N. Railroad. 50 acres good botOhio county officials of the Amertom land, 100 acres cleared. Good 2.S0 from 50c If ican Society of Equity have called a water supply. Will sell one-ha' desired. Excellent title and price Is meeting of the poolers ot that orLocation could hardly be bet-te- r. ganization to be heM in Hartford right. Apply to L. P. Foreman, Hart- Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock for 22tf tho nurnoso of selecting a grader. ford, Ky. pres . f5 and relatives of Mr. and 'All members aro urged to be Friends ent as the selection of one to till Mrs. J. T. Wallace, of near Harttal ford, gave them a surprise Thanks- this Important position is of Importance ami ot concern to all. Mr. giving dinner last week. . of Bloomlngton, Arnold Wallace, Kentucky Court of Appeals Tho 111., Mr. Ira Wallace, ot Fordsvllle, and other guests from a dlstanco has handed down Its decision In the was caso of tho Board of Trustees of leave there Immediately for tbe UnitMr. Stovo Ellis, formerly of Utlca, wero present. Tho occasion Hartford", Graded Schools vs. the HASWELL THANKS very much enjoyed. ed States with Gen. Carranza's reply has rented and is moving into the ot Education In to the protocol. The reply may not-b- e Leave your laundry at Caseblcr'3 Ohio County Board Woprnor property on lower Union sought to recover VOTERS OF OHIO-Cmade public until it is transmitDKCEMHEKH. street. Pool Boom, Agents for tho White which the former FRIDAY'.., for counted to the Joint conference in AtlanSwann Laundry of Evansvllle. Dam- tuition fees from the latter A full lino of Progress Hot Blast tic 6lty. aged garments promptly replaced. ty students. Tho Court upholds the Ii., II. & ST. I. K. IL TIME TABLE. Heaters, Cook. Stoves and ltangcs Work called for at Hartford residenc decision of the lower court dismissIt is believed hero that Mr. Panl Eilniitch 8:32 p m. oA display at Acton Bros., Harton DEFEATED CANDIDATE FOU COX- No. 113 due at wljl cross the border at Larodoper-hap- s es on Monday and delivered by tho ing tho petition of the Trustees tJItESS ACCEPTS SITUATION 18t2 No. 110 duo at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. ford. Ky. Special atten- tho grounds, that thero is no record following Thursday. tomorrow nnd mako a teleGRACEFULLY. No. 112 Lv. 'Ellniltcb. .. 3:40 p.m. Op showing that a legal contract namWo will solva that meat problem tion to customers. graphic report from there". If he Ar. Irvfngton . . C:35 p. ra. for you. See M. T.. Likens for fresh en day and night. Opposlto Repub ing tho tuition for common school reports the ratification of tho protoLv. "Irvlngtoa .. 5:GG p.m. and cured meats. Prices right. At lican building. graduates existed between tho two col', the commission will, clmveno v at" Ar. LoulsvIHo . 7:40 p.m. Moore's old stand. Hon. John P. Haswell, Jr., of boards. The petition states that a Washington Friday and adjourn un Dr. E. Jlo Pendleton", who has been can . . '8:35 a. m. Lv. Loulsvlllo who mado tho raco for .No. verbal eontract in this Instance ' a fevcholcc.thorough bred, located inWOklahoma for tho past not be held as binding and points Congress from tho Fourth District, til he can reach the United States I have , Ar, Irrington . .10:0G a-Vj- capital. months, returned to HartLv. Irvington ..10:40 a.m. Whlto Plymouth Hock Cockerels of several out that a record Should havo been was in Hartford Wednesday and tho"U. It. Flshel strain for sale F. ford Tuesday where lio Trill practice kept of tho agreement whereby the Thursday on legal business'. 1:04 p. m. Ho Ar. Ellmltch ' Luring ltP his profession. Ho will havo ofllccs Hartford Board was to receive four seemed not In the least discouraged , Washington,Uncle Sara's Men. CanaT. JACOBS, Hartford, It. 3. M., II. & J3. K. . TIME TABLE. December 4. in Williams' Drug Store. Dr. Pen8outh Bound.. No. 11-dollars per month for each coun- by his recent defeat and asked a dian and American munitions manuMr. R. W. Hocker, of Prentis, was sum-,ma. m. recently given a birthday dinner ut dleton's departure early in tho ..8:45 representative of Tho Republican to facturers are writing personal let-tor-s ty high schoolstudcnt. Diffat Hartford was the cause of much regret express appreciation of tho support North Bound, No. 1 14 tho homo of Mrs. Andy Moftord, by among his friends who aro glad of to enlisted men .of the navy, of5:55 p. m. his children, neighbors and friends. given glm In Ohio county throughits fering big pay, Rear Admiral PalmDuo at Hartford.. v the ,chanco to welcome h'lm back. (Both "Mixed Trains.) columns. He spoko very highly of ed by Gen. Cnnanza, if ho has not Money to loan on first class im- "Doc" says Ohio county Is the gar tho support given him by this paper. Houso Naval Committee and proved real estate. From, flvo to den spot of tho universe. Mr. Haswell is very grateful to the to keep trained menon the ship's the ' twenty years. For terms seo ar Mr. M.Li Heavfin received a telAlways In the market for Republicans and his Democratic navy pructlcally has to bid against .... writo W. II. PAIIKS, Hartford, egram Saturday afternoon from WHEAT, friends who so loyally supported" him, them. ' 1SU Washington stating thaj hla brothKy. maundi iiowo GOOD 11UV COItX. Ho is not soro and hasn't a slnglo o-- c. i i rt Mr. Otis" ifowafd' 'left Sunday for er, Itoy Heavrln, was dangerously HiKbest market Priw. complaint to make. "It was the .forand social nueius. $ Lexington to af- ill with pneumonia and requesting his school Heaver Hum Milling Co. 20t:t tune of war and I, accept tho situaSTRAY STREAKS. . tor spending Thanksgiving with Ills that ho como at once. Mr. and Mrs. tion with good will toward all," ho Howparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ilenvrip left early Sunday morning (By Fluko McFluko.) said. A letter written ard. for Washington. Mr." J. It. Harris 1ms roturnod from When In need of any now Furni- by him slnco arriving In Washington DOLiait LOSES 17 PER Grafton, Nob. To avoid the grand-Jury- , high cost -0ture don't forgot tho storo "with a says ho found his brother In a very CENT OK ITS VALUE KlVO nriMrnl condition but does llOt of living and other worries Flulc Rowan Uolbroo'k was In lino at lowest prlcos. full Hr. (k( Together, any' information as to when ho will Is the subject for tho Laymen's ACTON BKOS. T.uosday. . Chicago, Dec. 5. Tho purchasing McFluko. cleaned up his old musket, return. Hartford, Ky. 19t2 muetlng nuxt Sunday night at tho power of a dollar is only 03 per cent rounded up his cur dog, located a Mr. Arthur' Potty, of Henderson, ' I have purchused the meat murltat The buicTFUcal Court was in ses Methodist We as great In Chicago today as It was pard, loaded his few belonging's on "United church. is in town UiIb veok. Wednesday and Thursday with Stand," 15 minutes Attorney Kirk; In 1900, according to estimates sub- an old birch bark canoe and departbusiness from E. P. Moofo and mn sion Mr. Gross Schroador baa roturnod prepared to moet your wnuta in my all magistrates prosont. Tho center- "Divided We Fall,'' 15 minutes, by mitted to tho Mayor and City Coun- ed lust Thursday for parts unknown. ' after a sojourn 'In Iown. downcast person" or 'phono your town pike wus accepted on condition Judge Wilson. "How Can Wo Pull cil today by employes of tho city Ho seemed considerably lino. Call in Intogether Just before hi3 departuro and sadengineering Mrs. II.' W. Napjor liaa returned order. department thut tho concreio work bo given a Together" Uowan Holbroolc, tears could bo seen to twino dened "from, a visit in NiislivllloM Mr. Roduinu Wiley, dividual answeis to tho following with a petition for increnses of Miss 'VTHyo"i Smith has" bean ap- 'smooth surfuce. per cent in salaries. I'rlcen of kle down his wrinkled cheeks as he. oTToflcojTr. Hell, of pointed oinclal court stenographer State Hoads Commissioner and Mr. questions; "What Is tho, Greatest Chief He iirirv rimlfr nnuoarud boforo tho Need of Our Church?" by tho fol overy common commodity wero tab told tho ofllco force goOd-byOwenaboro, wub hero Tuesday. for Ohio county, succeeding MrscA. may return at any mlnuto ay it is W. II. Barnes, McDowell ulated in tho estimates. h"aT returned W. Bennett, who la now living in Court und extended an Invitation to lowing: Mr. IraD. Bean known that his pard is fond of the tho mugibtratfs and county officials A. Foglo, Dr. Plrtlo, L. P. Turner, 'from u trip In 'the West jw travelliib' Oklahoma. bright lights and is of a homo-sicto attend tho Stuto Itoad Engineers' Will Bean, A, E. Pate, J. II. II. Car-- RELIEVE OARHA.NZA salesman. Mr. LonuTntrjroTl,FcntIss, and Convention to bo held in Bowling Ho will arrive too WILL SIGN PROTOCOL ly disposition. B. W. on, J. W Robertson, Kov. Mr. IIunfliTComH7 oTLoulavlllo, Miss Mattio 11. Wood, of Cernlvo, Green Jan. 17 to 20. It Is prob Napier, Ellis late, however, to till his column this Foster. W. W. Brow- wero married In Beaver Dam last able that tho Invitation will 'be ac silent Suturdayatid Sumlay with Mexico City, Doc. 0. Tho general week. dcr, Dr Tappan, Owen Hunter, T. II. week, Rev. Birch Shields perform- cepted. hero. Wo got u wiroless from Fluke's Payrolls and claims wero Black, W. S. Tinsloy, Prpf. Henry impression among high government Mrs. Snrair"F7Mnssle, ot near ed tho ceremony. by, tho Court. otlictals here ls that tho protocol pard tho other day. It teems that allowed Leach nnd A. C. Actou. Tho last was taken along to Capt. JTU. Kebwn left last week Whltesvlllo, is visiting her dauRhter, Dr. G. DeWeeso, of Beaver Dam, question s to bo answered by each drattod by tho Mexican and American a bottle ot vllo for Atlanta, Ca., where ho win servo has bought tho property In Hartford party assigned Mrs. C. B. 'Howard. writing Commissioners at Atlantic City and bo used only In caso someono fell thereto, Mrs. Henry M. Pf rtl'u" und chil- tho interests of tho Case Co., In formerly belonging to Dr. B. F. Tich-nn- down his answer in ono sentence, haying ns its object a settlement of In the river. According to the wires boori for several dren spout Saturday and Sunday with whoso employ ho has nnd will move bore In tho and It Is earnestly requested that no tho points at'lssue between Mexico less Fluko fell in. Ho siys It. was entirely accidental but Old Timer, years, this winter. Liberty. signthe forincr'a parents at near future whero ho will continue ono let any other person know his and tho United States will bo and hla medical practice. Mr. and Mrs! II. B. Taylor Dr. Tlchenor answer until same Ih read at tho ed by Gen. Cararnza, If he has not tho pard. has suspicions tjtiatMt was. Mr. JnoT HT Barnes, 'cashier of already atllxed his blgnaturo to it. deliberately plotted for an excuse to Deposit Bank, was Ilurke Zlmmermuan, of Louisville, will lenvo Hartford but It could not meeting. tho Beaver Ham Tuesday. spent Thanksgiving with Mra. f. II. bo learned yesterday Just whore ho are It Is thought there, may bo slight draw the cork. He says Fluko spurnAH laymen of tho church in Hart'ford on business chances In the Wording of tho docu- ed a cako of soap tossed him while Meeting nt G:45 p. m. Ilorrln, Taylor and other rolatlvua bore, re- Intended to locate. His leaving will Dr.. II. II. Pendleton, 6f . Sunday afternoon. t ment, but tlwtt the main points of btruggllng In the 03. The bottle be regrottcd by his' friends hero. Dr. rVoiit'U of Ohio county, was turning 111.. to by Gen. Carran- - schejulo was: Bottom of foot wot. irAKTFOHl) PHKSSINO CLUB. It will wiiu a Thuuksglviug din- DoWeoso Is well known In Hartford, weak. Tluro hu,ro tho latLcr part of last 1 smell; wholo toot wot, 1 drink; cleaned and pressed. welcomClothes of Ills coming is tho homo of Mr. J no (UUiTnfnw of u7u Ftaoftl Court ner spread at by tho Ladios Itural tind nuws will havo oftlces over tho jjuariuituod. Alberto J. Pani, quo of tho Mexican wot up to waist, 2 drams; wot all Satisfaction Ho Pajks, given ed. oyer, a comploto drunk. TJio rlvor Jh next appropriation for 'club or Wi I: : fMo County Drug Company and will Work oaljed for and delivered- - Shop Coiumtwignurs, ha been delayed- U twouty row! m snwiK'K foat deep 1ur Fluke fU nro but If 'xptcloJ, to reach Quero'ind a good -. uio in tho' roalilanco mi Union over Ohio 'County Bottllas Woitts-42t- f il.ii? iiural'ir wu pri-m- t NAIjU lW'P t.imui iw "i 1 tv1'' iro'iably u bo wcut to tb bo'tom ED. im 'tin !uii by i'l 6tnu bought from Ur. Tlahouor. " n8 t itlon ofpIlclnB it Millinery Reduction EPTY UNION SUIT The Whole Family in u Mor-ganto- Munsine'Wear and you will be comfortable this winter. to think quality careful workmanship undoubtedly that ?m-press- i Following our usual custom wo have now placed on snle our winter stock ot Millinery at greatly reduced prices. To those who have not splendid plied themselves, this is t' ticular Boss-Vaug- per they delighted. arc delighted again their it fits feels comfortable. they are surprised comes the as ever. out the price the style fabric that best, they arc surprised they they put perfectly, the as opportunity to get yourheadwear. Our stock is limited, and at prices we are now giving we will soon diminish the line. A word to the wise is ficient. Don't delay, and remember that it pays to trade with a house I that saves you money. they discover ience comes it wears. For anylman. or tall, thin, perfecting short, stout, there's garment style, fabric or weight desired. These features are there annually. ments per suit. to Prices to their v lf L2Z6bi Carson Si Oe, Hartford, ky. JLP .1 Hartford Republican. out-of-to- Ill m. ... - er :, to-da- y, t re-ent-er -0- ro twen-ty-flv- o. k, B or - i Ho-palI- toud tudfrpow ' ik ll,,, . - , MAW. ...a. - 1 Farm Department but tho princlplo In cither case is tho aa mo and tho result Is likely to bo unprofitable In cither case. It docs not pay tho farmer to get rid of his best breeding stock If ho means to keep on with that line of farming. The fcmnlo proved to bo a good breeder, whether mare, cow, sow or old hen, is usually worth more than can bo obtained for her. Such anithere mals should bo kept unless Is a special reason for selling, and wholesale soiling should bo Indulged in only under very exceptional conditions. Southern Agricultur-Agrlculturis- t. let-tnc- o, i orAMERcM . Tho commlttco announced Mint it lliirtfunl, rfj. has increased its orders for drugs ina'clty whtrt rood hett STRATT0N abound, thPowhttla brt,th and chemical supplies to bo sent on " luuv Attornoys at Law tho naval collier Caesar, leaving It laTflnt'la the"heitcf'IU , hero for Beirut about December 20, eountrymca.T CROMWELL, - KY. but adds that thcro is imperatlvo Will practice ties' r professio In.thU need of tho speedy sending of more What It Was For. and djolnlng counrtcs. Collections, adequate material with which to WMo Alfred, will you let mo Commercial and Criminal Practice ' fight epidemics. hnvo fifty cents to contribute to my Pronittt, Spoclalty. and vlgoron uplift socloty? service- Notary In office. (Jowl For ConMlpntion. Hubby Why, I gave you $350 for Time to Mulch Strawberries. Chamberlain's Tablets aro excel- that Inst week! In this climate strawberries sel- lent for constipation. Wlflo They are Oh, no. Tho $3Ti0 was to Trii Towhalan n refined, exdom need protection from frcczo in pleasant to take and mild and gentle get mo n now dress and lint to wear ecutive, and restful. Its excellent location on Tennsylvania well 'drained land. Tho main uses in cfTect. Obtainable everywhere, m to tho society's lawn feto. Judge. Arenue, 13th andlf Streets. Ky. rnAes it a desirsBle' headquar of tho mulch aro to keep tho berries lert fdr bridal couples, touiwt clean, to help keep down tho weeds BUKS FOR AMKXATION convention!. Schools and initio, Highway s and to add vegetable matter to the OF DOG'S AFFECTIONS U3 colleges. The Powhatan'attriaa the soil. February or early March Is a Design. neoale of culture and cdfica.tlon. Its proximity W State, War and good time to apply tho Mulch. Straw Cape Glrar Deau, Mo., Dec. 2. Navv Departments, alto to man points or leaves are suitable- material. Work Probably for tho first time court of historical Interest, nukes this hotel etcrciaBy atthe mulch Into tho edges of the rows records show where suit was Instituttractive to a discrimiiratinc pub' lic and all through the rows where the ed to .recover damages for "alienaTha Ponhatan offer room plants aro thin. Southern Agricul tion of the affections" of u dog. The with detached bath at tl.IO, 32.00 and up. Rooms with priaverage Missouriau Is fond of his dog, turist. vate bath, U 10. $1.00 and vp. as Is shown by the case of David Cra-vl- ll , 'U'rflc for booklet with mipj V- vs. Tony Shocmachc. Several To Storo Cabbage. IlKAVnit DAM, KY. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Manager. Dig a trench two feet wide and months ago Cravill went to JopIIu, m o about ono foot deep. Pull the cab- leaving tho dog In caro of Shoemach- Ofllcc JaniCM Tip lor's Idvcrj llarn. ijliiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'.in'-'i- i li.iluTiolll bage up and place the heads togeth- or. When ho returned the dog no j stTa . a W 4 a 0 fm I jJmm-- r ii irmnmnimi m ,u" ' ' "j ,r i er down, with the roots up. Cover longer knew him. Shuemncher had dog nnd the with straw or grass. They will keep also become fond of the A safe, old fashioned good and sound. Ella Maxwell, in dog had responded to his affection remedy for worms. take, kindly to his old and did not Southern Agriculturist. master. i Seventy-fiv- e yesn continujfcaii'l the best testimonial ulj oUaliwS tal Seeing the view of the matter tak-- 1 ous use Stop up tho cracks in the barn and Nn slKaln PATCNTS all eoMililea, or no le f imjm FRErSVfcRMIFUCEcan W uiiifE (f sJ BTHAT . the chicken house. Fresh air is good en by the dog, Shoemachcr refused tjl offer you. ilUMb ir"'"-- aua wlp yutt In rjeetw. Tlfen Cravll rwful ipojft. photo ruNtt for TRCC report Krrpa bottlr ilwayt on hand. It Automobile Host Investment of The for stock; but that's hot the way for to surrender him. S, on lMUUtIty ts yrW practl. aun will ltp itrp the LttV hippy them to get it. Southern Agrtcultur-turls- t. brought a suit of recovery in Justice! Farm. and Iwiihy. i fABsma RirtrcNcca. rcrfwookul Kook on Prnrlubla llienta writ to incidentally asked damCourt and , 25c a bottle at your druffiwfi or I began raising strawberries in a k! B03.COn Oovonth Streat, Ifurral iit; of 4 fUtt JrYW can't Jl ages for tho "alienation of the affecwad ',.W I tuprly " 25r " WA3HINPTON, P. C. small way, for a market thirteen in tump and we'll trad you a botdog. Before, the court tions of the Sloan's Liniment For Stiff Joints. tle promptly' lies away, in 1899. I drove Rheumatic pains and aches get In could Issue a decree Shoemachcr and i through to tho town of Hopklnsvllle, E. & S. FREY, to tho joints and muscles, making Cravill had reached an agreement i BALTIMORE. MD. . Ky., then with a population of 8,000 ' every movement torture. Relieve whereby Cravill paid the dog's board or 10,000 people, every day for tho your suffering ' with Sloan's Liniment; and got his dog. season. First I used a J wagon, and as business Increased a it quickly penetrates without rubWILL YOU bing, and soothes and warms your j e Ol'AUANTKED 8KKVICR wagon. I purchased two TAKE sore muscles. The congested blood ' ; One hundred per cent uxtra' gopd roadster, and no one In FOR FLETCHER'S Is stimulated to action; a single apvalue. Special work for V. this section could cover tile distance I plication will drive out the pain. O. W. in less time than I could. , Sloan's Liniment Is clean, conveniW. P. STEVENS, autofiu after a year or Iwo the i n. R D. 7. Hartford, Ky. ent and quickly effective, it docs not MAYOR TIIREATr.XS TO A Triilmtfl! began passing me along the mobiles LEASE A COAL MINE stain the skin or clog the pores. Get Representing Continental s?po for WEAK way, and after watching them pass at your Druggist, a bottle Marble & Granite Co. and see them glldo along nnd dlsap 25c. LUNGS or Evanstillo, Jnd., Dec 2 A dele2 41 pear in a few minutes, I decided I after-- 1 gation of labor leaders this as CONSUMPTION must have one of those machines that noon called on Mayor Henjauiir Firemen (iivo Thrilling Pageant. paid no attention to heat, flies, or dipurobjected to his A few weeks ago the firemen of Hosse here and stance. In the spring of 1910 'I pur"Woinaii "Wants A quick relief for that tired, rundown feelUc. St. Louis turned actors and, under chase of 40,000 bushels of coal from i couthl, pains in cnm. mint mrtih iirmur chased a touring car and Uied It for the personal direction of their fire the Dixio Coal Mine on Green ftltef , t rhaiet, vscak lunzs or cootumptlon. If it doe three years, with more pleasure than chief, presented an unusual produc- near Spottsville, Ky In order to ' IT von want to raff eed sat kttp yoa it caila you oalkUt. c 1 cu muit know in Lock, Box 61S I ever dreamed was possible, mak- tion which the chief had written. force down tho high price of coal what lifenor in tmtiiuna and lodut-3RS5 It CO. OHIO MEDICAL COUUMBIIO n Kjinr In. ing as much as three trips a day The pageant, which was witnessed Tho coal purchased came from a Get In lnTi.nl Inn ami the out of U10 rut; tit on Urine tin. Read Hpl iTX vf 1 pi B Wk pushed. I drove this aTaJ I when business ltT 'J 4 n mine, the men charged. 1 by a total of 40,000 persons, showcar myself, not allowing any one to ed tho firemen In several thrilling Mayor Dosso says that If necessary FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in water for douche (top dive, it mattered not how much ex- episodes a he will lease the mine and go over and gave the audience pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflamperience they had had, unless I was AND CURE Kentucky iind unionize It. Local LUNGS vivid idea of the manner In which to mation. Recommended by Ljdia E. I never drove faster than with them. operators yesterday asked the city of the mitt Interestlnc and uieftil tnapulnc, and Pinkharn Med. Co, for ten jrcar. various kinds of fire apparatus are nioury'i wortli. Krery luoattt the biicett 20 miles per hour, even on the best A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, used in real fires. About $G,000 was Evansville thirteen cents for coal.and 300 Articles 300 Picture sore throat and o re ayea. Economical. , of roads. Mayor Bosso bought It for spent in laying out what appeared to cents. All the nerr Ideas Mid alt for only tu ninmuarx deaauaa, and itnniddal rnwrr. I . 1 have had very little trouble and win-n-cents, the coal to be used for Inventions in eiccincur ,5aSjl ifrM. 50c. all diuaaitta. or pntpttl tr I bo a city street, in an abandoned eight maTTbeftiaTcatiOiiipaar. Booa. KliM. automobile and ac roplanea, in ibopvrork nd ray expense was gasoline, grease and la Uruilny, ihI in DWjiiiwrjr, motordrome where tho" spectacle was city purposes. (4 Mm ercrV tires. .1 wquUI use about one set of presented. The production opened Haw to tnilce thfnit at agents In the field The Mayor has iires per year and sell $1,000 worth with drills by the "Firo Zouaves," a buying thousands of rabbits that will month, liicluUine rcirlcrratort, poultry Iiouk. I vSTZcx furniture, automobile iliop repair, etc. lkh.QAjA.4 OVER OS YCAHS' I FOR It fiitt mnnei'.mAklne. ttrtviAvlns' MrflP. Ttll nettle Fftf of strawberries. company of firemen all of the same be sold hero for fifteen cents each, It It written ofin plant Lugluh for men and boy. I U ;i AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTHOUBLES EXPcr.icNCC Wo Now comes the pleasure. height, and by firo horses. There and ho also expects big shipments of IS Cent a Copy $1.50 a Year sl au IffiSiAiiiijftSB2S used this car. to go everywhere we was also an exhibition The fift It from n newtdralen. or write direct to i GUAKAWTrSD SATISI'ACl'OEI of ladder eggs and potatoes noxt week. y OB MONEY REFUNDED. l'opularbcience jioduiij , m rourtti atc, went and could go almost anywhere climbing eggs will come from Kentucky. v I . iM and the proper handling of sTl Pi.." t loa inursxx33KrrS3T-Mn3rcsx- t TrnTTTJ TsitacpvrrtUyaKctI2e.ttin0 v- .a buggy cou,Id except through the ropes rivCu (or pottate iJ cutiaa tint pJ(r. ayd llfo nqts. Tho thread of mud. We could not pull mud holes a love story ran through tho scenes Her viewpoint. and have had to be pulled out eev- - and tumUhed special Interest in "Your daughter's address on tin1 n'-- c oral times. I have said to my neighCl3l.f,o One fireman, influence of Alexander Hamilton at ctacular rv-- i 1 i' CcPvr'CMT3 'iC. bors often that I have got more pleas- exercises this ,t the commencement .1 ' Ml r "" I'M Aitoi r ii In a burning CUl off frortl esdupn " Hnl ir I. Vi yiL from this car Ihnh froni every-- structure, made a daring leap ior morning was very fine, Mrs. Duddn." ri f ii Hi' Mi InTr li .I !, i iii.ii1; .ii Ho1 PRQOtno ! Atio' tner irincD' .iu m Ji iwlii.- ...nfe-B- or of EOKllsli. Ji lv mi tiling else I have. We go to town his lite. The , ot stage ijuiia-- i ;" . L ,w t . u , i .. , i u. i u . eald Mebue 'twas, profes.oi-!J ecyri, very often now to picture shows or t 11 i n uy tue tine i in At li roUftTR' S inatt ai n'?ile more real , ;,,, ot any other attraction. Wo stay uutll nf oannr-intl- . H ' r'lonlalied. blOWtOrelieB, JIrB- Dudds, "bu her overaikirt l 'I r v. 1 !'nr.cmfit Puctirt almost 8undown,and drive In home hv mmn.a nf wie-l-, man l.nhln.l the 0 CrOOKeJ 1 W moilinetl lO (team. - e.t nr 1 A handanmi 1 'naf rl I wmi1. - it ur il t IU ii en'riinii r h "i . Iwu iu Harper'B Weekly. i before dark. We go to church and so i t'ties oeeHionally filled the win710 UstUi f ret. er tJila PiVi ' f' Tir: ' nrr i..tl t". tby.lln." D. C aohoel two miles away, dows with :unes. A nunihor of I it Sunday "- - New York QIUNN Go, -t-hroo-fourths of the way in this ma- tereHtlili; IPittrtttlonn of the pageant Miieltliitts. 6U WaihuKton UC J AUM IaAKDS and City Ilesldonces chine. With the car In good trim appear Ji the December 1'opulnr Mo John C. Taubor, ot Plain City, 0 nro now Boiling at a low coat, our clothes are as clean and we are chanVut Magaxlno. has Invontod a machine which nianu hut don't expect It to bo so as fresh vhi wo get homo as vjion facturos 1'abrlc that resemhles naturIf you ever expect to own bo bald of: we started. This cannot fur. your farm or your homo now Is Cannot Be Ciared al Tho mechanism Is an attachment harnessing nnd hitching up in fly Deafness tho tlmo to buy. liv local ODDllcatlunt, ns they cannot reach xlnie uud hot weather. tho distend portion tit the ear.nndThcro la to a standard knitting machine, ad t. that la 1. afiusa, nnlv nnia itaV til t"IIM Hated In Deafmsa la apted to placo on each hooked needle WE HAVE several farms Three yearfl UBO 1 OOUglll a irtlCK, Vy conatltutlonar Ohio county and they can bo a tuft ot hair Just before tho needle nvhlch I UBe most of the time to Ko S,nSf,VK.ffcSiUUM"v rumbllnsT Bl had for reasonable prices nnd 1. tfl4m.ii vnu i.i. lo market, but wltli small loans i ! sound...1... imperii ct lifiirlnB.hnvo itwhen It la hooks the thread, so that the thread and or liberal terms. If wo do not aoraiT. paTtilBNS 'rlod, Dcafima la bo taken out hM use this car, nnd it promises to rntlrely the liillammatlon cantho result, and will hold tho tuft in tho hook, the Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity an have Uio linrticuVir farm you ...... ,t.ta tuft being drawti thru tho loop, leav give Bevoral'years of bervlce yet. J. unlera tut... iv.inr.il tn lta normal condl K reliability nearly 40 )ears. Sold In nearly one wo Will make efforts to get H every city and luwn In the United States an Hon. hiarlne will bo destroyed forever; nlno N. Kt'ollnB, in Southern Agricultur- vaa- out of ten am caused by Catarrh, ing the frco ends projecting from Canada, or by mail dimt. More told that which la nothlnR but an Inflamed condition side ot the fabric. It for yoh. Bind tor free CJtikiQut. I ar.y other make. ist. ot the, mucoua aurfaeea. We will slve Onu Hundred Dollara for any One person can operate two YOU want to move to Slartford KWrrati.S MACAZ1NC any othe fithlea If raao of Diafriese (cauatd by catarrh) tnnt More tuUtcnliers than producing about eighty arils cannot whero our children will havo tho H mj.artni million a montlu Inxaliiabtr. Lat-- i Ikm't Kell tho Gowt UiveilluK Ani- bend forbe cured by llall'a Catarrh Cure, L est styles, patterns, drrsamalilnr, iiiillinery, circulars, free will u day. Tauber predicts that it advantago of n good high school iR plain iewlnu.lJory needlcwoik.lialrdrrsslni;, mals. K. J. CHUNKY & CO . Toledo, Ohio. cents Fold by DniBslsta. 7c rood atorici, etc. B long until tho o ... -notify us. Wo havo .houses nnd 'H etiquette, .11. U'UI'1V IIIVIUUIII), Only M tMttaaen a Many farmerrt mako a great .I...l.tnl InrlmliHiI Irm wtltilt Family 1111 for constipation. not bo Tako Hall' sWsf'(l'iA',fB I mrSwJtttW of the earth will not bo killed, today, or semi lor saiupm copy, breeding for salo nnd bellovo you can lots by sacrificing their V INDUCEMENTS "aatlaMaaTJi your will bo clipped. but Just sTItKISII SOlilHIJItS DYINC, select ono from our list to utock whou prices get high. Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue TYI'IIUK Tauber wns formerly u watchmakpilaaoflcis. Address demaudod l.(Klt) A HAY, liking. ago tho a few years er, of Columbus und Invented tho faWE UcvAll. C3j. ua i w "' o'-- . " u an unusuttl nuinbor of cowb and hotr-ttrWE HAVE a comfortable homo in N'ew York. Dec. 2. Soldiers of tho mous "Columbus clock," which made high price caused by and tho Hartford, modern Improvements iix,mvxxtzjsesi&BX!iaBiWBZt;, wealthy man. Ho la n nntlvo 300 ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS this abnormal demand almoat clean-t- TurkUli army lu Syria are dying him a end a good garden lu eultlva- ta blrihpluco Iieinc of flu- World's Pat tlio rate of 'of Urii ii, hla KT.r Informal rUi.tiii iKininl liuiii' res- 1 In lets of breed- from tyuliuti , mm BoutUern du.tr at? tn-lion for salo or rent. IMaoe in came to ' i r..tn r auil son mm AU in.-- a ry It ppe ing o't)- - Orce!onlly a farmer or i.ono a dav. acoordiiut to a dii.up.tc'! ebwUnfurt, Havarla. lio rents far $10 a mouth. yeara iu. in la Hi. liiii.'iTHii n n i m II i imi. , n U65, when H li lii wboW i.nlghborbood will tell off irom that country forwarded through 'thla country lu raiurll Vt , (J I 'III lllllUtl.HU'l ll.H t j old. Toledo Hlade. t vi ra ! prkvs l'ort Sid und given out - 5ij. r. i t uruiuuim .ikllv i iti u t a tjU tf bel nB I r i;.n jt i. ai ikhi i . II Id Call on or addreaa ' " ('uimltte for n'"-r"' tin Am.rlciiil .u HM good. 'The .- -, VvtJttc.rtStiYcii C.vi f'.Hi'Bti.udlt 1st mi Miike. I i lu auilnii ". r, the high prle of r. tt t 11 ,14. tl Itftllan organ grinder ponaeaa-- d Au farmer la aome part or tn the famine fr"n' which the poo- TINSLEY lU liC!f Mtc ho "worked" l' Ko A , u monkey which .t. to clean ftvir lain", plo ot i yrU .ire long reported t SU ytW1 .1 t'i ' 'euiloa of I oth through thf stimu.er I'lutuM.i. Vllen hiive 'ia i i mm.' m , i .ball's Hoal EhUte Aj :it8, t Ir. are htti i - li tool t'ajt, nmr lii liiuluoi'i fd! ,.' i cU '' I In Of 1MMM). it la leas aeir k CtfMWa 1 lie ill onMi.u .1 Ins w!K'- tto nMv '' o... in ' ll.H ill ) ' ill' ' Hat .tore1, Kentucky. Oil fftjuMMfca1 tat ( aWll 00 tha braadln ; fh n MAOHiilrJ- II 'I, .11 O" L II II jtfAttO !l l" -mi1 In" i i j r nwa iaBEu3aHLa. l.jit. l'Uiiuea. ., T. WADCHTKATTO.t L'romM-II.Kr- Hot llctlt. Whnt is a hot bed? Altot bod is .an enclosed and covered p'iot of earth which is heated by artificial means. Whnt nro Its uses? Tho hot bed in used primarily for forcing plants, ut of season, either to maturity or for transplanting to tho cold frame or open ground. Such plants as radishes, onions, beans and spinach can bo grown to market sizo; while tomatoes, cabbage, cauliflower, peppers, cucumbers, melons, sweet potatoes and somo others can bo jstartcd early, thereby enabling the , srower to mature theso crops earlier than could bo dono normally. It Where- should It bo located? .should bo located on a much frelino of travel to insure quented ftgainst neglect, because a successfully managed hot bed requires constant attention. It should also' be on a well drained soil and In a placo moro or less protected from north or west ifinils. Then, too, it is essential that it have- a full southern exposure and bo nearer a water supply. Tho con How is it constructed? struction of tho hot bed depends on whether it is to bo a permanent or Tho only a temporary structure. man who owns his farm can well afford to incur a larger initial cost, and thus equip himself with structures which will last for several years. Tho tenant however does not wish to Install equipment which cannot bo removed easily, so for him the temporary hot bed will often be ExperiKentucky moro practical. ment Station Bulletin. ' which spreads to rapidly that many houses aro depopulated by it," tho message said. "Its havoc Indescribable, as many as a thousand dying in a day. It Is not confined to nny ono region, but extends from Aleppo (on tho northern bordor of the Arabian desert) to thoArlsh River on tho Egyptian border. Tho doctors have not attempted to combat it, as there aro no drugs or remedies in tho coun- j try." nnd feeding tho llttlo beast Tho bargain whs made for a month. Groat curiosity filled tho mind of tho Italian, nnd at last he went ostensibly to 8oo his pot, but really to find out what possible use Pat coul I mako of tho monkoy. Tho Irishman wns frank. "It's lolko this," ho said. "01 put up a polo In mo back yard, with tho mon key on tho top. Tin or twelve trains of cars loaded with coal go by every evening'. There's men on every car. Every man tnkos a hcavo at tho monk. Divll a wan has hit him, but 01 hnvo slvln tons of coal."-ChlcaNews. go rafflUflllJ-KrWMllll- lB ProfessionM. Otto C. Marti Attorney at Law UARTKORD, Wilt KY. HOTEL iowiftiM .HASMNGTOK D.C :L HEAlS pracrlco hta profession ill jfr and adjoining counties. Commttvtjfc and Olmlnnl Practice a Specialty. ViTTOC. UAHWN - 0.ETAYL0R.CL Beaver Dam, and Drainage misa Mothers ma m 4nC TV j VerMi u&e I , ' I to n IN use DR. HART VRTHRINARY SURGEON 0. E. 1 y (Hun TnAOC-MARR- O V r. I I I L one-hor- se ttrp-hors- Children Cry CASTO R A Get on the Firing Line OUR miff GERMINAL REMEDY to-da- y gtwLz1 HslHIiVM. Every FOR ONE MONTH Sk." non-unio- Popular Science Monthly EliillnU IL'S sl'l ll KILL. the COUGH the to-da- y wth Dr. King's J New BiseoYery niO"?HS yHSsWa mrat7i.jB9Ht.j.i; I I , s. V , v ".... i Real f i I ....'! -- - -- Estate! , Seieinuie ftmeiican ' I Viao'l'-'iO'O.'J1 i I I 1 Tr'-P- tt u itn-JInltlti- K :rairaTsWI ( k ..'., a do-Bi- ro WMviwm S0ISJa AJ0. ASSKBaTOSP aa I - tan-chin- mts-.tak- fur-benrl- nn-Im- , 'ct tto a, POPHLAO ffiCMNICS AiAGAZIND J 111 ,a , al fer m " - Mipuu-rinii- -, las-ic- I to-d- ay I I i a t '' ! i til II -i i i I ul. r rOTATO JAM A REALITY? Thnt New Price on Ih Ono of Tito Possibilities foro Us, Scientists Say. lie Ford Cars! Ford Runabout . $345-0Ford Touring Car . $360.00 0 F. 0. B. Detroit. Freight Beaver Dam $18.00. ( E.F.BAR2TES & Beaver Dam, Ky. !r Wagons! Wagoasl. Wagons! ' Before you buy you should e'xamine our hand mado farm wagons. They run lighter, are made of the vory beat material and last far longer than any machine made wagon you can buy.no matter what price you pay. We also do all kinds of Btacksmithing and especially the hard jobs the other fellow can't do. Horseshoeing and . Wo also make a specialty of earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. , Re-pairin- g, Respectfully yours, A. B. Row & Son Ceritertowti, Ky. Thirty-fiv- e : years experience in the shop, HKKK IS A GOOD PLACK TO HTOr FOIt LITTLE MONEY Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th The Only Hotel In Louisville Operated on tho American and European Plans. & 7th AMEItCAK PLAN (With Meals) Rooms without Hath but lth Hot and Cold Running Water. single, ?2.00 per day; 2 people, $2.00 each 75 Rooms Front Rooms. single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, Room with Privnto Ilath: slnglo, a.00 per day; 2 peoplo, 2.75 each CO Uootns '. .single, 3.G0 per day; 2 people. 3.00 each 00 Rooms KUROPEAN PLAN (Without Meals) lloonis without Hath hut with Hot and Cold Running Water. single, ?1.00 per day; 2 peoplo, $0.75 each 7C Rooms CO CO Rooms single. 2.C0 per day;, 2 people, 2.25 each 2.G0 each slnglo, L2G Frout Rooms. slugle, 1.50 8 Itoonw wlUi Private Until : single, 1.G0 GO Rooms single, 2.00 CO Rooms GO GO Rooms per day; 2 peoplo, per day; 2 people, 1.00 each 1.25 each 1.2G each por day; 2 peoplo, per day; 2 people, 1.50 each (""y s Vanderbilt 5 3 B Jjj THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts.' Europeua Plan Only. Rooms Without Until, 91.00 and up; Rooms With Prlvnto Hath, $l.BO and up Host Kutlng Place In Town. Tho Loulsvllio Hotel and tho Old Inn are located In tho wholesalo walk to tho retail district and theaters. district and only a LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY., Props. Training School (or Boys I H ELKTON, KY. H Will holp parents dovolop their jons into the best typo of citizens and 'Christian gentlemen. Its pationago is widely scat- tored and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, there- foro, reservations should bo made early. IMaco your son in this sefeot Rioup of boys. Wnto ' , " jj MSTHENEY & BATTS For cataloguo and information. Box A. IIIIIIIUIIIUUIIIIII j S ,A Parkvlllo (Mo.) dispatch to the Kansas City Star leads one to bollovo that tho day is at hand when tho Irish potato and tho atrawborry will bo equally esteemed as fruit; when tho cherry and the cabbago will llo sldo by sldo In tho proservo kettle; when tho artichoke, tho quince, tho persimmon and tho parsnip will vlo with and ono another in lusclousncss food valuo and will bo displayed without distinction In Iho stall of tho dealer In fancy fruits as well as i In tho bins of tho green grocer. And In that day, furthermore, the Thoroughly Good Indians. desert will blossom llko a rose, tho Canal workers at Valentine, Neb., places of tho earth shall bo wasto mado glad, the nlghtlngalo shall sing recently uncovered, ten feet beneath In tho wilderness and the sugar beet tho surface, tho skeleton of nn Inand tho papaw shall llo down "togeth- dian warrior. Tho overlying strata by indicated that tho bones had been er. And all this is promised Prof. Howard Dean, a teacher of Inanlmato for several hundred years. chemistry at Park College, who- has 'On July 13 Prof. Skinner, of the mado a revolutionary speech before? American Indian Museum excavattho Missouri Valley Horticultural ing tho mound nt Tioga Point, near Sayre, Pa., uncovered tho bones of Society. Tho professor proclaims that by G8 men, which ho estimates had been feeding certain plants on formaldo-hyd- o buried at least 700 or SOO years. Tho they can bo mado to develop average height indicated by the skelsugar and starch. His Investigations etons was seven feet, but many were show that plants manufacture com- taller. Evideuco of the gigantic size pounds that aro not normal in them. of theso men was seen in huge axes Ho has already succeeded in reduc- found bcsldo tho bones. Tho Chris) ing' tho starch of, a potato to sugar tian Herald. -by chemical treatment. And chom-lts- ts aro searching tho leaves of plants In an effort to find the agent FOR FLETCHER'S which converts tho carbon dioxide l in tho air and tho moisture Into plant products. These chemists may Old Cat Adopts a Rabbit! bo trombllng on tho vergo of tho Philadelphia. Abraham B. Lutz, great discovery. of Marietta, Pa., has an old cat that The investigator asserts that when is rearing a rabbit, together with a tho socrct is found tho finder will litter of kittens. While going to the possess an unlimited sourco of ener- barn early ono 'morning ho noticed gy. Man can convert tho sun's ppw-c- r the rabbit, and, thinking it would to his own uses. Plants can bo die, placed it with the kittens. Tho grown so that thoy will taste exact- cat has adopted it. ly as the grower desires them to As a result of some recent experitasto potatoes may acquire the flavor of cantaloupes and carrots will ments, it is asserted that a good approximate pomegranates. And it grado of paper can bo made from will be possiblo to fill the dosort of grape vines. Sahara with plant life, so that tho nations of tho earth wil be able to USING BUTTERFLIES FOR DECORATIVE PURPOSES get a menu from soup to nuts and of wlno thrown in. at less a bottle The collecting of raro and beautithan the cost of a ham sandwich. ful butterflies Is ordinarily thought millennium is" coming again Tho Investors of as tho interesting though not parat least for tho aro gQtting options on acreage ticularly profitable task of a naturalwho in tho Sahara Cleveland Plain-Deale- r. ist, but in Boston thero is a woman who haB transformed butterfly collecting into a commercial enterprise yielding handsome profits. For this Nervous Women. When the nervousness is caused woman's unusual lino of trade a by constipation, 'as is often the case, force of trained collectors, scatteryou will get quick relief ,by taking ed over all parts of tho world, Is enChamberlain's Tablets. These tab- gaged In gathering no less than 700,-00- 0 specimens a year. She was first lets also Improve tho digestion. Ob' m Interested In this work through tho tainable everywhere. work of her husband, who was a Turtle Snaps Off Nose. Harvard entomologist. Now instead Pittsburg, Pa. Because ho Insects being of theso exquisite Inquisltlvo and wanted to soo mounted for scientific collections onwhere a turtle put its head when it ly, they aro used chiefly for decoradrew back into its shell, Gustavo tive purposes In a score of different Custafson, a Swede, is minus bis ways by jewelers, florists, modistes, nose. The turtlo popped out Its head and others. From tho December and snapped oft tho Swede's nose Popular Mechanics Magazine. when ho was peering into tho head Inactivity Causes Constipation. end of tho shell. Custafson 'bought r, Lack of exercise in the winter Is a from the turtle, an a fish dealer In Homstead, and was frequent cause of constipation. You going home when tho accident oc- feel heavy, dull and listless, your complexion is sallow and pimply .and curred. onergy at low ebb. Clean up thl3 4 THE' LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, condition at onco with Dr. King's THE SATURDAY EVENING POST Now Llfo Pills, a mild laxative that and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN relieves tho congested intestines wish to secure tho spare timo of a without griping. A doso before reman or woman to act as local repre- tiring will assuro you a full and easy sentative In Hartford and vicinity, ( movement In tho morning. 25c nt looking after tho renewals of their iyodr Druggist. 2 many subscriptions in this section, and introducing theso publications RUMANIAN KING MAY LOSE PRIVATE FORTUNE to now readers. Payment will bo mado In salary and commlsf'.on. PreBudapest, Dec. 2. Tho Bucharest vious experienco Is deslrablo but not cssontlnl. For details address, with Independence Roumalno reports that references, Box 654, THE CURTIS tho entire private fortune of tho RuPUBLISHING COMPANY, Independ- manian royal family Is deposited in 17t2 tho Deutscho Bank and other largo ence Square, Philadelphia. banks In Germany. Tho deposits Gen. Jnffro and His' Buttle. amount to Uirco or four million dolIn this clear, clean, terrible narrat- lars and will now probably bo conive) that of a Frenchman at tho fiscated by tho German government. front wo havo all tho freshnoss, all When King Ferdinand saw that ho tho fino simplicity, that marks, as a ould no longer resist tho pressure of rulo, tho record of real happenings. Russia and tho war clamor of a largo "All of this I saw" so, in effect, part of his people, ho tried to withwrites the young "Captain 5C" draw IiIh deposits, but tho German "And of much of this I was a part." banks refused to transfer them to In tho fighting he has had a large Swiss banking houses. 1 sharo, and tho position which ho Too Much Cream Jilkoly. holds that of an oiilcer on tho Gen"To illustrate tho uses of advereral Staff lhi3 brought him Into acn theaa tual contact not only with Gem Jot-fr-o tisement," but with other cmlnont men. Ilia trical manager, "thero la ono experienco I had which I often thlulc narratlvo ia exceedingly readablo as much so as any book concerning of. "I was driving when I camo to a this torriblo struggle and, unllko so many others, ho gives us an ex- farm whero thero was a meadow to cellent notion of tho character and let. Tho owner of this farm would qualities of tho men who aro leading havo mado a good advertisement manager, for tho big poster announc, France. Of Gon. Joffro ho declares that tho ing that tho meadow was to let was striking thing is his admirable bal- worded as follows: " 'This field to let, seventeen acres, ance, a thing that is typically French. Tho moral and. Intellectual qualities, for grazing. Persons having old cat-tl- o or cattlo with strong appetites, ho writes, 'tho brains and tho character aro In equlllbrlm "and ho Is, bad hotter bo cautious In turning abovo all, and to tho full oxtont of them out to graze hero, as my grass tho word, what our seventeenth cen- is 60 rich that it would bo liable to tury called 'a grand honncto honiiuo.' Injuro them tor tho first week or Philadelphia Public Lodger. Ho is quit? without ambition, utter tt0,' - ly disinterested, and without any dcslro for popularity or His ono dream, when ho has beaten Germany and given back to Franco her former frontiers, with hor placo among nations, is to retiro to his littlo homo in the Pyrcnnes and end his days In peace." This soems, we think, not unlike the heroic figure of our heroic Lee who, refusing positions of great emolument, was content to be president of a poor Southern college where ho might bo teacher to poor Southern boys! Tho book is an inspiration not because of this man's battles but becauso of this man's character. Now York: Charles Scrlbner's Sons. . Wr.i a thnt time comes to you, you know what tonic to a; e Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com-p- rr .i uf purely vegetable ingredients, which act r :y, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, s build them back to strength and health. - p. nefitcd thousands and thousands of weak, K a ..nen in its past half century of wonderful and it will do the same for you. sl i :an't make a mistake in taking n- There arc times In every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. You Need a Tonic iimi: v fwr .iie Woman's Tonic Pi! oncn. Before I began to take Card:', I vav .ak and nervous, and hdd such awful J, '?s sir , and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well tmJ as i .roiig as I ever did, and can eat most anything. ' so Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. -- JWss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. 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None genuino without tho likeness and slgna turo of L. K. Grigsbyi For Bale by J. H. WILLIAMS. - Hartford. Ky HI ural remedy, natural fa its actions, sura fa its effect and certain fa results. It you want a wiring macula.-- , write tor ear luUst catalogue before you pnrctuuu. Ito Nw Boas Swte KA V Mm K 8rP fa ?or St. pahia In Hie back a MU Juli.ftJ MM. 'A 4 -- r 4,000 FOUNDS LIMIT OUR OLD PRIVATE COINAGE. at U rfifl F8R CH TIRES STATE ROAD COMMISSION GIVES INSTRUCTIONS FOR THK- SERVING PIKES. Willi"' the coming of the winter r.iontbVw6n people will bo products to the markct.'H Is thought well that tho peopitfjlri general he cautious abqut tho weight ot load that should us ov-'o- I I Territorial Gold pfeees Minted by Prl-vAtsayars. ihe old territorial gold pieces, while tbey ever had tho sanction of the United States government, passed at different periods ns legrtl tcndel In that they were nccrpted tm ft infcdluni of between btijernndwollcr, Territorial gold pieces were struck by private nsruycrs In Georgia In 1830, lH North Carolina from 1S31 to ISTiO, In Otillfimla from lSlfl to 1SW. In Utah In 119. 13S0 nnd 1SCO, In Oregon hi 1843 and In Colorado In 1S0O and er-Iini- 'S01. . jp f ' -- . ' , s w 1 ' macadam and gravel hauled roads Uu 'order that the rqads may not bo badly' damaged. of the practice. For Watsons having tires 2 Inches IS. II. Adams of New York told an Width not moro than and less in story nbout how this Btatuto 4,000 pounds' Including weight of enroe nbout. wagon shouldvo hauled. Made from Graam of Tartar "A man named Gruber," he said, For wugons ha Intlres 2 i Inches "senior of the firm of Clark, Gruber In width not more than 4,800 pounds PHOSPHATE & Co. of Denver, had n largo prlvnto NO ALUM-- NO Including weight of wagon should ho mint, nnd one day ho showed Salmon hauled.', P. Chase, who was secretary of tho For wngons having tires 3 Inches attendant in charge, an official of treasury from 1S01 to 1801, a fine In width a 'load of 5,600 pounds may some height and stiffness: "I have twenty dollar gold piece of his own ho hauled. , come to register me luggage," said coining. "Mr. Chase told him that It wa n For wagons having 4 Inch tires 7,- - Pat. ' Gruber re200 pounds may bo hauled. "What Is your narao?'1 demanded counterfeit, whereupon Mr. thing; (hat marked that It was no such following rule may be used tho attendant, brusquely. The was no law preventing the Issue to calcnlate tho amount that should "Sure, me name's on the luggage," there ' ho hauled on u.ij wagon, cart, auto- - replied Pat no less curtly, with a of such coins. " 'Then I sbnll see that there Is one, ' mobile truck or, any other vehicle: nod in its direction. Mr. Chase replied, and he made good The load should bo so limited that The clerk hesitated a momentthen his prediction. That conversation took " the hearing or the load on each he stepped over and Inspected the place In ISO!, nnd In 1S01 tho law was wheel, Including tho weight of the baggage. Returning, ho said: passed." vehicle, all of which Is transmitted Mr. Adams explained why these coins "I see your name Is obliterated." through the axle, shall not exceed exclaimed Pat; had been privately struck. Ho said that "Obliterated!" 500 pounds per Inch of tire for tires "your'oye, man, mo name's O'Brien!" In those days gold. In trio shape or dust or nuggets, was usedxfor money In the 2 Inches In width or less and for "Let's Talk It Over," in National stales where It was mined. This necestires In excess of 2 Inches in width Magazine. sitated n great deal of trouble. Scales limit shall not exceed 500 pounds the t had to be used whenever a purchase per'inch width of tire for 2 inches For Sale. was made, nnd then there was always e of width plus 400 pounds for each farm, 4 'i miles from the Question of how1 It could best be additional inch of width.miles from carried. Princeton. - Ky., 2 One-thid There is oo penalty attached to Scottsburg. level, So to expedite matters the nss.iyers d tho weight of the load that may b rolling and hill. Good adopted the custom of taking tho gold hauled over the roads, but people dwelling, 2 tenant houses, and uinklnc; It up Into their own, coin''. should be publcpirited enough not stock' and tobacco barn, J :5 acres or- That lertaln of these were full value. lo wanl to damage- the roads 'and chard and good never-fallin- g water. Mr. Adams added, wns shown by the 'should "not haul more than tho lim- Located ou public road. Will sell fact that on several occasion"! when money it wh6n It Is a "known fact that such on easy terms, or will trjde for small they were redeemed for official the gold In theni wns found to exceed action on" their part is rapidly tear- farm or city property. Apply at Tho the face value. XV. XV. R. lu Baltiing up tho roads. Republican Office, tf more .News. Tho various counties have gone to considerable) expense to put the roads MORE COAL LANDS Two Great Painters. ' When In Haarlem Van Dyek called in. proper, condition for winter traffic andaU county authorities will Of the Kasleni Kentucky Field Are upon Fraus l.U and. without making on deeply appreciate himself known, said that he wns nnx- To Ho Developed. j lous to have his portrait painted, but ' ' tbo part, of the public using the ' roads. Hazard. Ky., December 4. Besides as he was in a great hurry he could ' end of two hours, the large deal of the Kentucky River spare but portrait must at the HnH be done. which the ; i Coal Corporation, through its allied went to work and finished It, and Van among Tin-- : lodges. I company, tho Stag Coal Company, of Dyek was much pleased. LATEST WAR NEWS Virginia, last week, tho Swift Coal P.ut portrait painting seemed a very Company entered the little thing 10 Van Dyek. and he asked - 'Aspecial program devoted to a j and Timber Carr's Fork district and took up Hals to change places with him. Hals historical review of local Masonry some very valuable tracts, Including din so. and as Van Dyek finished his Tuesday. was arranged and rendered by Acino vthat is known as the John T. Horn work Hals hugged him enthusiasticalKtmiAJiiu.- - The armies of the DyeU. No t.nrlcit nt liir, rpiriilnr mpotlnir Motl- - laudb, Teutonic Allies lighting In Souththo Ell Whittaker lauds and ly, saying. "You are Van day night. Work was given in the other tracts, aggregating more than one but he ran do what you have western Rumnulu have joined hands ' the 'two great masters done." Ana third degroo. In tho south to tho 1,000 acres. London Tele- from the Danubo became northwest of Bucharest, where, comThe Kentucky River Coal Corpor graph. Local Knights of Pythlab are look- -' ation has bought out the Hen Stacy ing through the mountainous reglonfc. llig forward to tho 'possum supper to laudb, on Lott's Creek, about 400 they have reached tho town of Preiidential Nomination. be giveutlie, evening, of December acres, all underlaid with No. 4 Berlin announces that th The statement is often made that u 12. Officers lor Rough River Lodge coal. man evvr declined a nomination for battle of tho Argechu River has come were elected recently, as follows: president. A convention of the Aboli- to a final conclusion, with tho Teutionist party wns held In New York tonic Allies the victors, nnd that all Commander, W. H. Chancellor For Sale. city in November. 1817. and nominated along the front they are drawing Khoads; V. (5., A. K. Anderson; Good 120 acre larm on Rough Hampshire for Prelate, A. Rial; Keeper of Records, River, 3 miles west ot Hartford. 60 John P. Hale of New net toward Bucharest. fucsident nnd Leicester Klin of OuU closer their "W. J. Tii'islcf"; Easier at Arms, Mcacres in cultivation; other 60 acres for vice president. Mr. Hale declined With the capture, of Tergovlstca, and Dowell A. Fogle; Master of Work, woodland. Iinprovod. Apply. the uomiuatlon. nnd the llckot wns farther south the driving of the W. W. Riley; Master ot Flnanco, Dr. abandoned. Rumanians beyond tho railroad juncTINSLBV & BARNETT, In 18.12 the lvreo Soil Democratic tion town of Tltu, tho forces ot the J. Jt. Pirtlo; M. of E., H. F. Lowe; Ky. Hartford. party held n national convention In Central Powers now hold intact all Outer Inner Guard. A. I. Nail; Pittsburgh and nominated Hale for Guard. John h. Wilson. McDowell railway lines running Into Buch15EAVKR DAM DEPARTMENT. president. He accepted nnd at the elec- the A.' Foglo waa elected trubtee to serve west. Dec. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wil150.149 votes In twenty arest from tho tion received the next three yearn. guests of Mrs. J. F. states. liams wero tho '' I ? Trom Party nominations for vice president Alford and" family Sunday. Greece. Unolflclal advices Hartford 'Terit No. 09, The MaccaMr. Claude Shultz spent last week- have been declined u number of times Athens, say that qulot prevails in tho Exchange. bees, gavo a banquet to Its members end at his homo near Narrows.' Grcok capital. The British War tn the banquet room of Castle Hall guest of Miss Myrtlo'Park was the' Trado Minister has announced In tho Nicknames For Police. Thursday rtlght. The Lady Macca- Miss Ella McKenney last Saturday Commons'that tho Entente It would 1h Interesting to have n list House of steps bees wero Invited and each member night. of tho names by which tho psiico are Allies' will Immediately take t of "the- tent waa'giVen tho privilege of Mr. and Mrs. Burso Jones gave a known. Cofpcr, peeler nnd bobby nre to obtain a. solution ot the Greek difasking wife, relative or lady friend, Thanksgiving dinner lu honor of probably the most prevalent, and they ficulty. a targe number was Mrs. Jones' mother, Mrs. Wcsterfleld, carry their derivations with them uu consequently present to 'enjoy tho. dinner. W. S. of Denver, Col otlicer who "cops" people Is a copper. TluirMlny. Tlnley acted as toastmabter and sev,foUml" of '' A very enjoyable evening was spent ""I Rumania. Bucharest has fallen tbo force. eral talks were made. ot a party given by the boys at the othcr tW(( ycH ,n many ,,,,,, a j(0. before tho attacks of tho Teutonic opera houso Monday evening. Blon- -n corruption armies. At tho samo tlmo Plocchtl, Ieemall i. t.uwi Tho local order of the Woodmen Mtso Fannie Flener was the guest 0( 'CclIop" ("pollco" spelled backward), near monuments at tho of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan James last in Dundee n policeman Is a snout, tho an important railroad Junction Cenof 'World, unveiled the capital, wns captured by tho ;ravcs of James T. Felix and J. S. week. nnroo having originally ucen got rroin tral Powers. The fall of tho RuServices Howan Thanksgiving day. Somo interc-Btinbasket ball nmeB the f.ut thai ho wears n helmet with a. manian capital makes tho fourth eno- -' uoiu penic ioro ami uu. i.onuuu oiuuu-nrdwere held at Goshen at 10 o'clock in aro expected as tho result of the my scat of government in tho power the morning whore the remains of ot teams in the Baptist of the Teutonic allies. In addition, Mr. Rowan are hurled while the cere- and Methodist Sunday Schools reG0.000 squaro miles ot Rumania is Cause of th,Row. place of Mr. cently. monies over tho resting "What's ull this fuss nboutV" usked In possession of tho invaders. Indiv. ere at 2:30 p. m., In Fell-- : Mm nnllwmuu. Mcntiliiir hotueen tho cations of tho past fow days ro that lluslnovj Scholarship. two vou., mo ou tho part of Rumanian Wo have for sale, a scholarship,) tu omo ttiut bad uot tho worst of it blunders leaders aided tho cnomy offensive. ! "Obliterated!" good for a complete courio In either nnd wub wlplns the blood from his , A ploabanttiaccd roan ot good Irish Bookkeoplng or nose pointed to tbo other fellow. "IIo and Accouuttng Greece. An Athons dltpatch sayB stock Is Jain'cs Farroll.,tho head of Stenographers Course in tho Owons- - can tell you her name if be wants to, the ontlro French colony doparted ho saW. "I wouV-Exehun- ge. . thOiUnlted. Slulcu Stttj Corporation, ii,.0inUo a .r,wwtrti roil.. yesterday and that hotels of Plraouo ?Io 'utm formerly president of tho For particulars apply at Republican aro filled with foreigners, many othCompa-uMeteoric Matter. United States' Steel 1'ioducts tf office. dujs of Its history the ers of whom have embarked on vesIn tho early tho foreign arm ot tho great earth is believed to liavo grown rapidly sels lu the harbor. In London tho steel corporation which is in charge Ills Glass Kyo Kxplodes. utato-moby tho addition of meteoric matter. It llo of ull its vusl export Intercuts reachJohn B. Mill- Is stilt growing In the samo maimer, Foreign OIIlco has issued u Malaga. N. that tho press messages probabevery country of tho world. ing to er, of Malaga, wub watching an though scarcely to an appreciable, exgmvo acts of go by his door, his glass tent, for tbo masi of meteoric matter ly havo not given the Mr. Forroll has a fund of characMo'rlca, gathered iu his ox- -, oyo nuddonly exploded and caused added yearly Is reckoned to bo only violence actually committed In tho teristic Greek capital, because ot royalist Upon hid return great sufTorinB by tbo lacerations P. 20.000 tous: tensive truvels. control of tho cables. from England (ho summer before the caused. Tho causo of tho explosion; The Ideal Citizen. war, ho eutettaiiiod a group of his la a mystery to tho physicians hero, "I ucllher argue, polltlca nor rcllclou. Two Christmas Presents For Tho ou tho Lusltunia who removed the fracmonts of! but I'll tell you what 1 do." Price of One. with somo choice anecdotes from life. glass. "What'H that?" The best fumlly 'paper and tho best Amoug those was tho story ot an Ono theory Is that a aunray from "I both v.ote and go to eJjurob.'Sri fashion Tho Youth's rtagazlno Irishman who was returning with his tho automobllo winshlcld, or per- Detroit Freo Press. Companion and McCnll's Magazine, family from Liverpool to Dublin, nnd haps tho headlight reflection, creatboth for J2.10. Tho Youth's Cora- hud reported nt tho utoainuhip ed a penetrating flash, which generatLet those who haie decerns! their Ipaulon ($2.00 by Itself) has for years VaUUnittutj,Licar It patiently. OvJf f. ed enough heat to causo tho offlcu.to register his baggage as ouo of tho beat, most entertain beeu Ito addressed the English POWDER Absolutely Pure Thoiv was nothing Illegal Id their Issue, and the procedure was considered In fact. In no sonso n rounterfeltlug. It was not until IStU that n federal statute wn pased forbidding n m luH WE WILL BE AT HARTFORD, KY., TO BUY MULES December 11 and Yearling Mules. J 2715-acr- From 3. to 9 years old, 14--3 to 16 hands. Also want to buy some Weanling rd one-thir- one-thir- five-roo- m - G. L. and W. W. HODGES. ing, most useful of Christmas presents, crowded with stories, articles, humor, science, and tho progress of tho world week by week. McCnll's Magazine (CO cents by Itself) Is the most widely circulated fashion America. ,v offer In Our cludes: 52 1. The Youth's Companion issues ot 1917." 2. All tho remaining issues of mag-azine.- hi , I, ! CRITICS Ml' UNITED STATES lnperUy Ttuit Iliw Conic From Wur Not of Own Seeking. Ter-govlst- 191G. 3. Tho Companion Home Calen 12 fash- dar for 1917. 4. McCall's Magazine ion numbers of 1917. B. European critics of tho United which Slates have two grievances they persistently exploit. Ono is that wo aro a greedy, mercenary people who havo capitalized the war for our own profit. Tho other is that wo are u sentimental and impractical folk who would ltko to stop tho war before it has boon fought out to a definite conclusion. Nobody attempts to reconcile these conflicting criticisms. Nobody tries to explain how it comes about that a mercenary people whoso unprecedented prosperity is stained witB blood should nt thu samo tlmo bo so eager to end tho bloodshed. That Is not the way mercenary people usually act. What prosperity has corao to thlsi' country out ot Europe's calamity u. not our seeking. Wo did not want tho wnr. If it had been possible for us to havo prevented itpthcro would havo boen no war. When it came and American business and coinmerco and Jlnnnco wero demoralized and disrupted, wo proceeded to adjust ourselves to tho now conditions and tako caro of our own. Tho American peoplo havo never sought good fortuno lu tho misfor-tun- o of others. Any prosperity that comos t,0jthcin out ot Europe's devastation and suffering they would Instantly forgo It they could thereby cstaldjsfy peace. Tho Auprlcan people do not thinly of this war In terms ot prosperity. They think of It, to uso tho language of Presldont Wilson, "In deep sympathy with the stricken peoples of the world upon whom tho curso ami terror of wnr has sa pitilessly fallen," They think of It us tho greatest curso that has been Inflicted upon tho modern world, and n curso for which thero aro no compensation. -- Now York World. s Ono 15-ce- nt McCall Dress Pat- tern your choice from your first number of the magazine-- if you send stamp with your selection. a THE YOUTH'S COMPANION. St. Paul St., Boston, Mass. NW Subscriptions Received at this Otllce. MAKHACHCHrnrS "DRY" , IOHCT.S GAIN VOW. TOWNS Boston, Dec. C. or suc- "dry" forces gained four now to-da- y. th,w1 ( cesses lu tho elections held In fifteen Fall Massachusetts citiea and River, Haverhill, Leominster Taunton shifted from tho wet to tho dry column. Tho license advocates wero not successful In effecting any changes, Brocktou, Salem, Cambridge und Waltham remaining no license. ' Now Bedford, whllo keeping to tho wet column, did so by a greatly reduced margin. Holyoko artd Springfield' ulso stayed wet. m g c HAYS YOUNG CURLS MARRY VKTKH.YNS FOR PENSIONS Now Orleans, La., Dec. 4. W O. Oak-ftoo- d. y, nt J.r-Wh- Xellow-pusscugo- rs of Confederate Veterans, charged at a meeting at Camp Beauregard of that body, that ho had learned that young glrla fifteon and alxtoen years old aro mnrrylng veterans of tho Civil war for tho sake of tho pensions which will uccruo to them us widows. Mr. Hart charged that tho United States government would bo paying pensions to widows and helrd of theso voteranB at least until tho yenr 2.00Q. recTho bureau of Confederate ords aided Mr. Hart in his investigation, and ho says thai Washington officials bad refused and stated they would not glvoany Information about veterans ot tho Civil war to any ono. Hart, lawyer, nnd head ot tho Sons lYctty Often, Ton. During a Bible lesson a teachor was trying to explain that parablo of thu tares. "Can anyone- toll ino any pdreou who Is like tho evil ouo who sowed tho tares?" A hand Instantly shpt up from tho foot ot tho clastl. "Wejl, David, what person do you - say?"- - iq "Pleaso, ma'am, my mother." "Why?" asked tho teacher In astonishment. For Sale Houso and lot In Hart"Because" answered ho, eyeing ford. Cheap at ?350. Apply at this his patched trousers, "sho sews, 13U tours." ofllce. 7" V t 2