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The Hartford republican: December 15, 1916 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1916 hao1916121501_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: December 15, 1916 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. )4 Fine Job Work. rt Maxti ovA r nbiicaxL Subscription $1 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL JHE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY per Year No. VOL. XXIX. IDAMAGE SUITS HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KYJ, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1916. Jesso A. Cummlngs, of tho United States recruiting scrvlco, who canio In rc3ponso to a telephouo message from a nearby prevented harm to tho scavenger. "Ho said his name was Louis Delucchi. Ho pro fessed ignoranco of tho laws of America and said ho did not know he was doing wrong. Tho mob which gathered about Delucchi was a mixed lot. In the group were Italians, Frenchmen, Germans, English and Americans. All wero set upon ono thing to stop his Junkoting with au American flag In which to deposit tho garbage ho found. Just what charge to placo against Delucchi puzzled the police. Tho warrant clerk perused tho law books and penal code, but found nothing covering Dclucchi's caso, He was held on a charge of disturbing tho peace flre-hous- 24 wharo sbo received n bayonet wound lu tho arm. Ucr long life, which commenced lu tho tlmo of Queen Anno, extended to tho rclgii of George TO BE CHANGED IV., by whoso munificence sho received comfort and support In her last years. Sho died at Brighton, whero sho had long resided, December 12, HUGE Hlfl'K GRANTS CHANOE 1821, aged 108 years." ft OF KM U IX MITKI "I'un- SIM HUNTER" CASES. VI liia PLANS INVASION GERMANY READY TO OFFER PEACE DEFINITE TERMS PREPARED FOrt SUBMISSION AS SOON AS ALLIES SHOW WILLINGNESS. of u. s., i.mrrau SAVS f i, Villa announced In Chihuahua City ho Intended to divide bin man ouch and Into groups of tventy-flv- e Dniungc Suits For Criminal divtrihultt them along the Amorlcau fin To tirujpon mid Hrcckcnrldgo liordor itiul in tho Interior of tho Counties. Drilled Slntofl tovloot and "burn property Under his Instructions, a letter received from a prominent ChihuaIn an opinion handed down wv hua City business man and forwardW Klnrk linfnrn tliu ad ed to Washington today state. r...inn journment of court last Saturday, a chniigo tif venue was awarded the plaintiffs In ull tho nuita for dam- EVEBITTS SENTENCED ages, growing out of tho "ponsum jltunter" outniRcs in mo couiiiy. m TO PENITENTIARY mmllixi tn ttm enscs of Tom Urown and John Iglc-hca- rt Heflin, C. L. ugnlnst F. M. Allen and twen-n- o others, In each caBO of which FORMER EQUITY PRESIDENT AND SON CONVICTED OP US- Hulls tho plaintiff nska for damage IX MAILS TO DEFRAUD $10,000. Theao threo In the sum of cases were vctiued to Grayson county. Tho order directs that tho case of C. V. Barnes n gainst Claudo AlJames A. Everett, of Indlanapolia. others, In which who hi widely known among the len and thirty-fou- r damages to tho amount of $25,000 Is farmers of tho United States as forsought and tho caso of Pen Mnddox, mer president of tho farmers organ- ENGLAND WANTS administrator of Harrison Maddox, izations known as tho American Sodeceased, against Evan Davenport ciety of Equity and tho Farmers' Soand eighteen others, In which dam- ciety of Equity, and his son. Sibley FIGHT TO GO ON ages to tho amount of $20,000 la F. Everott, who Is associated with nought, be venucd to Dreckenrldco him In tho publication of for trial. Farming and lu tho ownership of tho In tho samo opinion, tho motion O. K. seed storo, were both found PHESS AND 1'UHLICMEX RIDL CULE ATTITUDE OK THE for chango of venue In tho criminal guilty recently by Judge 'A. B. AnderCEXTHAL 1'OWKKS. eases was continued and tho com- son, qj tho United Spates district attorney Instructed to court, of using tho mulls lu a scheme monwealth's jircparo some of the cases for, trial to defraud) and each was sentenced at the next March term of court. to a term pf eighteen months In the DID NOT SEIEK THE WAR that ho federal penitentiary at Atlanta. indicated Tho court would, under tho law in criminal An attempt by Sibley Everett to cases giving him tho right so to do, anvo his father by taking tho princiGIoN: Says Allies Did Xot Daslio summons a Jury to hear tho criminal pal blarao far sending out a stotoment ' "1Iom1.v i;uslnes.s" Hut HeiiiK l county other through cases from sonio other tho mulls which Judge AnMeans to Muko Cletiu Job. than Ohio county. As tho motion derson had denounced as particularvenuo In the criminal ly fraudulent, brought a decision for change of emes was, by order of court, loft un- from the court to chango his mind disposed of, tho court ktlll has tho about being less severe on the son London, Dec. 13. The German power at a subsequent torm of court than on tho father nnd they received pcaco proposals made littlo apparent to direct that tho venue of thobo equal sentences. progress in winning favorable Britcasc3 ho changed. A plea by Frank Oroulugcr, attor- ish eentiment during tho first twenty-fou- r Motions for chango of venuo wero ney for the Evcrctt8, that they occuhours of the unlimited discus-.sio- n made In all theso cases at tho last pied a high place In tho community on the subject by tho public and July term of tho Ohio Circuit Court and had u good reputation, brought preys. The general trend of this hut tho cases were continued on the tho reply from Judgo Anderson that discussion continues highly critical, o motions because of tho fact that men of education who had set them- but there Is soma Indication that tho of the motions could not hs selves up as advisers to tho farmers llrst Impulse of lrrltutftiii will bo sucserved on tho various defendants la of tho country should receive no more ceeded by a calmer nnd moro conserftlmo for a hearing at that tlmo. At consideration than n poor man who vative viow in some inllucntlal politthe September term of court, notice had just been sentenced to tho peni- ical quarters. had not yet been served on all of tho tentiary for embezzling $500 from Tho disposition uot hastily to redefendants, but tho civil actions wero tho government. fuse to listen to tho proposition is redismissed as to those on whom nom flected in tho Westminster Gazette, tho mnot been tice had chango of served andtho crim- GOETHALS OUTLINES VIEWS usually classod as a Liberal journal otion for venuo In favorablo to former Premier inal cases was withdrawn aa to those Tells How tho Punamit Cuiutl Could which urges that thu German uot served. This action was taken peace move calls for a high degree of Ho Made to Pay Well. lu order that tho evidence might bo British btatesmanshlp and construcheard for and against tho motions. Addressing tive policy. Pittsburg, Dec. 11. However, tho court was unablo, on M aniiino no authorutlvo oxprca--lo- u account of tlmo, to complete tho moro than 1,000 engineers, ut thohas co mo from, tho new GovernEngineers' Sohnnrinn. ni iiin Hei.tumber term nnd annual dinner of tho ment, though tho press, whlcji usu-jll- y hero" Pennsylvania tho cases wero all continued until cioty of Westoru reflects tho views of tho Icadln.T Major Gen. Gcorgo W. term. Tho hearing tho November inembors, Is virtually unanimous Goethnls recommended tho nbroga-vltnesswas complotcd after twenty-thre- e igajnst negotiations. bad been hoard In support tion of tho Taft agreement with tho Up to a lato hour this evening tho and tho estab-l- u of tho motion and eighteen wltucsseo Republic of Panama comploto sovereignty ov- - on Ign OIIIco had not rccolveJ tho Hshmcnt of opposition to tho motion. (Vininn proposals uud wau unawaro Judgo Slack delivered a strong cr tho Canal Zone by tho United bother definite torma had been pro- declared that the opinion in determining tho motlona. States. Ho also ' entcd. jfiHnnl could bo made to pay largely e . GloboV Vlons. ' if allowed to engage In buslnoss oth- MARRIAGU LICENSE ISSUED c.rl03 Dr von Bolhmann-Hollwcs'or than that directly concorned with SINCE OUR LAST REPORT shipping, such as tho of "K.nnarad" will not weaken Eng- tho transit of tho of Itsh determination "to contlnuo ' Claudo Durden, Echols, to Dolllo sale of coal and provisioning ships us now carried on by tho Ca- - struggle, says tho Globe. Address- Singleton. Echols. lag tho Chancell6r, tho newspaper Zono government. Arthur B. Peters, Heaver Dam. "Wo must allow all materials and continues; Laura Howell, llondor, "Wo did not seek this, bloody html- to supplies to enter tho zono frco of Olon Urooks, Hartford. K.-duties, and oncourago cntor- - nesH, but bolug lu It wo mean to mako customs Hollo Durtlott, Hartford, II, 5. a clean Job of it. Thcro is no ututos- J. W. GlVCnS, CaruondHlO, 111., tO P"SO U1UI will rauit m mu uu.iuiiii, ' man lu tho Urltlah omplro who darea great warehouses and show rooms of f'ora Kcown. Horso Branch. r.rt,iv,. Tt,.tiniii. lfi.rirnrd. n. c. for tho storage and display of Amor to talk to us on sucn a prace us mat of which you dro.tu. Wo must slay w Sophia Alice W'ard, Hartford It. a. lean goods. "If .these things aro done, nnd If or bo slain. Our duty Is clear. Hartford, to Guy Amos Wallace, It would bo a profound mistake, wo limit tho administration to tho Rudy T Ford Taylor Mines. says, to ro- Bcavor Dam, tu Interest of America and Amorlcaiu, tho Manchester Guardian D B Rhoads wo will have done moro to bring gard the advance by Germany aa "a Htelia B Miller,' Beaver Dam. nlioixl better relations wltll 1110 neo- - wero iimvw in um uiimuiiiiiu kuiuu plo of tho Central and South Amerl- - ml as designated, not to achieve Its Soldier Lived To Ho 108. Wonmii Thoro is a tombstono in St. Nlch- - can countries than anything clso wo ostensible purpono, but is aiming merely at Imposing ueutrals and t.o a might do." olas' churchyard, Brighton, putting her enemies in tho. wrong. . . woman soldier. It Is oroctcd to tho "Tho thing Is murh too rorlous for memory of Phoobo llCBsel, who was! Wo Car For Dumb Roasts. Wo have opened u hllrh and feed that," the Guardian bays. "Germany bom in Stepnoy in tho yeur 1713, 'utnlilo lu tho building reiontly ocru- - Ij nuflerlng deeply from tho War us, vjrnd stutes: in i,.,i hv Conner & Co.. and nro rradyv"'decd, U every nation engaged Bnrvod for manv years as a . ant.iinr in tho Fifth ndj:lmont in innof vnnr wnnts tn that lino. Lc.ivo It." Notwithstanding tho capturo of ,,f Foot Ju different parts of Europo y0ur horse whoro yoil know'it will bo In Ilumuulu, ibis newspaper ' year 17BC fought under cared for. , mppllcs and In tho ' iys, "grave pressure win conunuo TAYLOR & CUAIiTltEB. tho command of tho Duke of Cum- to bo felt and la likely to increase" Hartford, Ky. Borland ttt tho battle of Fonteuoy, Ti-IhI- s no-tlccs B to-n3, TO GET FOREIGN JURY ni Pano, Tex., Doo. 13'. -- Frauels-.co NO DISSENT EXPRESSED Hciclistnjj Agrees Anil Member As bcrt Tbut Emperor's Docbdon Isi Wlso and Timely. Berlin, Dec. 12. Although Chan" cellor von Bethmanu-Hollwc- g did not discloso tho definite proposals ou which Germany and her allies ary prepared to mako pcaco in his speech before tho Reichstag, such proposals aro ready and will bo communicated to the Entente Powers it tho Chancellor's offer should fall upon responsive ears. In the corridors o'f the Reichstag, whero after the historic twenty-minut- e session tho members gathered in keen discussion of the Chancollor'a speech, tho general opinion expressed tfas-tha- t the situation would bo advantageous to Genuany whether or not the Chancellors offer was accepted by tho Entente. Some of tho opponents of th$ Chancellor arc opposed to any move In tho direction Of peace except ou tho basis of "woo to tho conquered." M.ost Members of the Relschstag, however, express tho opinion that the Emperor's decision was wlso and tlpiely and showed pleasure at the formal step taken toward ending: tho wr. Tho speech was not marked by s singlo expression of dissent, whilo tho significant passages wore erected with, hearty bravos and cheers. It was noticeable, however, that Count von Westarp, tho Conservative leader, and others of his following" eat silent nnd unmoved even when tho galleries and newspaper men joined demonstratively In the applause Debute Is Blocked. When the Chancellor had concluded his speech an attempt was made an immediate debate by tho annexationist bloc under Maj. Ernest Basscrmann, leader of U19 National supLiberals, and Count Westarp, ported by the Extremo Socialists. This move was firmly resisted by tho leaders of tho moderate parties, who agreed with the Chancellor that a general discussion of possible peoco conditions before tho attitude of tho enemy Powers was made known could only lnjuro the causo of pcaco and placo Germany at a diplomatic disadvantage. Their attitudo was that If tho Central Powers exposed all their cards before peace negotiations began they would bo placed at a disadvantage. Tho indeflnlto adjournment of tho Reichstag by Its own decision leaves tho Government a froo hand to conduct further negotiations and Is regarded as tantamount to a voto of confidence. t GUARDS MUST ENTER SERVICE IF CALLED WILSON APPROVES SENTENCE OK MILITIAMAN WHO REFUSED IO HE MUSTERED IN. Seattle GONZALES WOULD ; T - DRIVE PERSHING makes;, TIOX'AKTER OF CHIHUAHUA. threat I.V PROCLAMA- IS READY TO AID CHIEF III Forcing 1'roin x Meliii "Proud Saxon" Top.s Soil Promises People Reforms. ! j El Paso, Texas, Dec. 12. Gen. Gonzales, provisional governor of Chihuahua, declared. in his first proclamation to the people after tho of Chihuahua City by Carranza troops that ho would boon bo ready to join the First Chief in forcing tho retirement of tho Ameri can punitive expedition. An original copy 'of tho printed manifesto, which is dated December y 0, was brought here from Chihuahua by u refugee. Lino of Action. Gen. Gonzales began his proclamation by saying that tho people have tho right to know tho line of action their governors intend to pursue whilo In office. "Tho State of Chihuahua." ho continued, "must lament the disgrace of seeing its sacred soil desecrated by thu proud Saxon troops, a misfortune tbut tho bandit Villa caused by his deeds at Columbus, As theso deds not only Injure tho sovereignty of the Stato, but also of the country, It is to tho central Government that belongs tho solution of this conflict which threatens tho nation itself. "Tho patriotic attitude of tho First Chief in tho faco of this lamcntablo Incident is1 woll known to all Mext- can 3. Ills forces have not a single moment ceased to work toward a bo- l i l" samo oy uipioinuuc ways, preserving national jirldo and autonomy, Ar-nul- fo to-da- Washington', Doc. 13. President y approved the action Wilson In sentenc of an army court-martiing Lewis O. Gardner, of tho Now Mexico mllltla, to dishonorablo (Uncharge and a year in prison at hard labor, for failuro to obey tho Federal call for border duty lust Juno, but remitted tho prison sentence be cause tho case hud been pressed n,s a. A test. "War Department officials regard; the derision, as important because of the warning it gives to more llian 10,000 enrolled members of the National Guard, who havo not appeared for Federal service. - Army ofllccrffsay tho right of tho Federal Government to enforce service of Niilional Guardsmen lias been well established and a precedent set for the treatment of future "slackers." They claim however, that tho fact beUvccu 10,000 and 15,000 enrolled members of tho guard never have been located for Federal service, constitutes a serious Impeachment of tho wholo National Guard bystem, and oxpoc?to havo this point fully presented to the military committees of Congress during tho present session. to-daal . MARRIED ON A $100 HET Gray Huh-ei- l Cabaret IVitron Was Cupid to S'lnger nnd Youth. Force Retirement, "To support this attitude in our sphero of action will bo always a satisfaction, to tho Government of this Stato.whlch may soon bo ready to uulto lt3 force to those of the general government to tiring uuouc that tho forces of Pershing's punl-iv- e expedition, so well kuown but so unjustlfiod, may withdraw a3 soon as possible from tho Stato." Tho rest of the manifesto Gov. Gen. Gonzales devotes to promises of educational, nnaucial ana intornni out tho reforms and of cleaning robcls. . Si, Louis, Mo. Tho sympathy of d a wealthy and patron of a, cabaret wan aroused thcr other night when ho saw a youth jgazo despairingly at a protty cabaret singer. "Bet you 100 that you can't get her to marry you," thox patron said. Tho youth, Frank Walllc, who had followed ttho singer, Miss Celcsto Raulctte, from Chicago to press his suit, said he'd propose once more. Miss Pauletto felt llko taking n sporting chance for the $100 provided tho marriage license was thrown En. A motor car ride, accompanied by Hhreo other patrons, was mado to tho county seat at Clayton, but a was not procurable. Tho St. Louts marrlagO license clerk then was culled on tho telephone He told them ho'd Issue a license nnd they returned to St. Louis. At 2 o'clock in tho morning they got a justice of tho pcaco out of bed and the kuot. "Hero's your hundred," tho gray- Jialrcd Cupid said to tho lnldo and banded hor u check. Tho license clerk said tho gray haired man" who accompanied 'tho couple also paid for tho marriage license. Ho Is said to bo a manufacturer in tho wholesale gray-haireho-tle- d CHANGE IN SALARIES OF STOREKEEPEGAUGERS Washington, Dec. 12. With tho Tprnial of Assistant Secretary of tho Treasury Nowton, Commissioner of Internal Rovcnuo Osboru, issued today a now order providing for 11 chango In the salary rato ai storekcepcr-gauger- s. It is aa follows: "On and aftor January 1, 1917, of storkeoper-gauger- a tho compensation designated as general store- kcoper-gauger- s, will bo at tho rata of ?4 a day, together with actual and necessary traveling expenses, except that whun tho aggregate quantity of spirits remaining lu charge of a gen-oral district. Tn reduced to D.OOO or less gallons, tho rate of compensation will bo ?3 a day for Btorekeeper-gaugo- r la o .!, ..-- i... County Court. E. E. Blrkhcad was appointed and qualified as administrator of tho estate of Jennie Brooking, deceased, on Nov. 12. Eula May Brown and Ituv Madison Resented Insult to Flag, Brown. Infant children of W. F. ami sight of a Dnjutn 11 tstitn lifMin jintti nttitml iw 4lin! San Franclsco.--T- ho iiucaiu uiunu) nviu miiuuiitnu s tuu scavenger using tin American (lag an euro of tho, Kentucky Chlldrctfa a sack whilo gathering garbago In Homo Socloty by order of tho County h Italian quarter Incited an angrjH Court on tho 12th. mob of men, women and boys to E. H. Blrkhend was appointed ami threaten bodily, harm to the man un- - qualified as guardian of Addrlan , Tlcheuor, a minor ovor tho age of 14 w pv ucbisicu. iuo umeiy urrivai oi aergeaiu years, on tho 12th. i such days only us ho may bo required to visit tho warehouses for tho purpose of making withdrawals of spirits therorrom or for other nccoa-a.ir- y purposes. "All regulations and instructions Inconsistent herewith uro accordingly revoked." Tho Pity or It. Why, didn't you know my husband was a great optlmlstT Socoud Lady Nol What a pity! IIo could havo had tho order I have for a pair of spectacles for my llU-- ', band ouly last week I First Lady n l ... E8KIMI RETAINS QUEER CUSTOMS MAlUUAfJIM ALABKA A KM TKKY UNIQUH APTAllW. AMNO .VvrcvM r NEGLECT THE CHILDREN 5lrt Ilnlilw Killed Ilcciiutn of Tlielr Inability Ti Provide htc Helvw. Wiro Formerly Now York, Duo. 3. The special torroRpondwat of tho Medical Itoc-or- d In Alaska has written an interesting Ietkor diHcrlblug some of the unique customs of the native Eskimos. Ho tells of lUo early life of tho childrou, tho methods of carrying on courtship and the subsequent marriages, and aUo Hie homage paid lo the dead In the form of an "annual feast. Few of the tntiinato devils of these customs have hereto-io- r reached the outside world. "Some of tho Eskimo thoughts are beautiful." he wrlt9, "as for example, 'the Feast to tho Dead,' and some of their acts are strange and unnatural, even in comparison A with those of tho lower animals. good example of tho latter Is the care of their chlldron. babe may or may "The new-bor- n be wanted. Formerly It was the not custom to kill many of tho femalo babies, as they were considered food and in return produced . consumers nothing. If it is decided to kill the "female baby It is taken out on tho . tundra, or far out on tho ice, the mouth filled with snow, and left there to freozo to death. It was tho custom to kill these females at any .time up to the age of 5 vara, if it w.it rioclriRd that the child was a burden. This custom, fortunately seems to bo nassiug away, and ccr talnly Is not tolerated where there are civil authorities. Avoid OfromUnK SjalriU. "Tho baby is named. It born In r villago the child is given the name of the last person who died there. In doing this they boliovo that tho spirit of the dead person leaves the Krave and enters the child. It now behooves the relatives of the dead person to contribute to the. support of tho Infant as will be spoken of In .describing the 'Feast to the Dead.' Tho Eskimo believes that spirits or as he calls shades ('tngununak,' them), preside over everything, and lielievlng this ho makes every attempt to avoid offending them, as tho shade would bring disease npon him, mak him have bad luck with the seal, toracord. white whales, etc. ' jcor tho samo rcaaou the native never punishes a child after It Is uam-b- d until the child Is large enough to care fo: Itself. At this time the of tho dead ceases to act as a jirotectorate, so In slapping a child rfibont tho ago of twelve thoy will not oifcnd the shade. If the baby la Hiorn in camp It Is named for tho llrst object tho mother sees after Its birth, as, for example, i tree or mountain. "Apparently tlio Eskimo care little tor their young. Thoy are transported In tho hood of their mother's jiarka, and It Is a common sight to fco tho child's uoso bleeding from btriking Its head against tho nock of the mother. Tho mother usually nurses tho child until It la about three or four years of age, and one will sometimes seo a mother nursing both a baby and a child. Thoy nurno their young un til tho young can cat raw toincod or dried salmon fish and sop seal oil with their flngom two-year-o- ld wooden dish. paddle; If A womaa, This to to cult tho spirit to tho knito. where It wMtt uictl called to the Kiahlm, or council ausu. No work in nwirlHod In the vlllaRO dar ing the festival, and the so of niy . inatrawcnt Is slrlcUjr I .. od for foar of injurlag tho spirit, would rlag evil non me the spirit village. "Persons wh aro to honor their dead take an oil lamp to the Kashlm at midday, light It and alaee It upon a stake In front of the seat whero tho deooaMd was aeciwtomed to alt. This Is to furnish light for the shade and Is kept burning until tho festival is over. Tho villagers now gather in the Kashira, the relatives bringing food as far as the door, where It Is An old man seated In the left. mlddlo of tho floor, and beside the main lamp, begins a rythmical beat ing on a dram as an accompaniment This Is usually the to hi song The villagers Jln medicine-- man in as a chorus, but to tfio whito man's oars thero Is no music to this. "Tho music is to call the spirit, and when It arrives the relatives go b! of to tho door and arocuro each kind of food they brought. Itc turning, they throw this upon the mlddlo of tho floor and pour water upon It, washing the food thru the cracks. In this way the Bpirlt Is be lieved to recolvo tho benefit of the food. The romalnlng portlsn of the food Is then brought in and distributed to tho guests, and with loud stamping upon the floor, shouting and singing, the spirit Is driven fromthe building not to return until tinnext 'Feast to the Dead.' The native Is afraid lo dlo If ho loaves no ono to represent him at these festivities," as ho feels that his shade would suf fer from destitution." - bearing tho family totam. If the kvftk dewa.icd wan a nan this Is VILLA BUSY AS ENEMY QUARRELS C'AIMAMKA l'OKCKS AHK ALMOST erty In Moxlco, unlcM niM a roatdent for 2R years. naturalized consecutlvo I i rhllll AHNIIIHjATKI) IN HATTIjK NKAU CHIHUAHUA. There Is convidcrablc grim humor In tho document. Villa announces that an election will bo held for eon- gressmen, and announces that any oi mem violating muse run-- win uu shot nnd their state notified to send a new ono. Tho moral codo la touched upon, also carrying lt threat of death for all who transgress. It Is aimed particularly at military chiefs. Villa said ho remained Inactive expecting to boo tho Invading American forcea pxpollcd, and only was aroused to action to do tho Job himself when he saw Iho pcrfldlty of !you Can Be Whatever You t ' Want To Be 11 CIVIL WAR IN THE Tnx)w of CITY RECORD BROKEN WHEN BULL SELLS FOR $15,100 HB.VATOIt CAMDKtf PUltCUASKK ONK OF OOI.. TAVIiOK'S IIKKKKOIUM. Tho 19 10 InterExposltlon.whlch national closed today, was a record breaker in more than ono way. The show Chicago. Dec. 9. Lilvoatock this year surpassed all others In attendance, tho number of entries and the prices paid for cattle. Kentucky broko one record when prlzo-winnln- g out of nolle Perfection ,XIX. Hld- dlng wai keen up to the $10,000 mark and was carried from that point to ? 15,000 by Warren T. Mc- Cray, of Keutland, Ind., candidate in the Kepubllcan primaries last fall for Governor of Indiaaa. This salo will glvo the Hereford fans something to crow over for bo- many months, as tho rivalry and Angus tweoa tho Hereford breeders is Intense. Col. W. H. Hoc, of Shelbyvllle, who attended the sale of Hereford, bought Hcju Perfection XLVIIt., a young bull, for ?5,- . Stiff, Horo Muttclw Bclforetf. Cramped muscles or soroness fol lowing a cold or caso of grippo are oasod and relieved by an application of Sloan's Liniment. Does not stain tho skin or clog tho pores like raussy 100. a Hereford bull, owned by Col. K H. Taylor, Jr.. was sold at auction for $15,100 to Senator Camden, of Tho hull that brought Versailles. thl3 record prlco was Woodford VI. Woodford VI, Is by Woodford and MnrrlnKo ' Custom. l N a 3 "Whun Mid Eskimo 8000 .. Klrl ' nriipt?tt. 2r,c. . , marry, no iohb ... i " j ' : y ihb Ui ,t he desirQ-UoA Wlo Old FUh. father, who In turn bag nu Jutervlow v'Hia books aro synlcal," said WinwUli the girr fathor. It tho match Is approved of, tho young ino.ii puts ston Churchill nt tho Country Club. pit tho Hiiwil clothing that ho can Ilia books glvo us a depressing vlow ant. and cooa to call. Ho also taken 0f mankind. They aro liko tho fish tho finest null of clolhluK ho can got ,Btory. a mothor AhIi was swimming with for the jjlrl, aud sho droasos up in It. Then thoy aro man and wlto, ac- - 3,000 or 4,000 of hor.offsprlnn when 0f them swallowed a long, Juicy riwlliiK to tho natlvo bollof. If there ir uo children in ono of either of i worm ana wblak uhot up and dlsap- poarod. bu parent' ramllUw the nowly-maTho olhor llttlo fish had often rlod couple .goa to lUo with that Now 'wltnossod this pbouomonon. mntlly. "Child botrothalii are common ana 0I10 0f them said: tAko nlace In ono of two ways. Tho " 'la Jt uuhoalthy to get caught, mothor of tho girl, rugurdleas , of mamma?' " 'Oh, no, my doar, far from It,' tho ago, may tal:o h boy to llvo In d bor homo to become tho girl's tho mothor fish cynically replied. 'All when thoy grow up, or a girl our trlbo Increases eighty or ninety inay leave her homo and bo adopted per cent In weight on bolng landed.' " Philadelphia Lodger. by a boy's mother for this purposo. "Annually tho 'Ihlugl,' or 'FcaU to the Dead, la hold. This la uoon nftor tho bladder festival, and I ealmon fishing boglna. It la for For Infants and Children th purposo of offering clothing, food aad wutw to tho spirits of tboso who III ww W WWW bavo died within tho yoar. Tho day At ways beam 7 boforo tho festival Iho uearost malo rolatlve of Uio dead to bo honored Bignatu'oof gooi, to the cravo and planta a utakd , ointments or plastors and penetrates quickly without rubbing. Llmbor up your muscles after cserclso, drlvo ... !.. .....1 n.l.nn ui ....... gUl lJ10 puma uuu nuna nf vhnitfflna lumbago, strains, LB1Q nouraiBia, 'prama and urutsco wun sioun mu- At all 'u'.uiit. Oct a. bottlo to-da- y. ,, r- huB-bun- bo-fo- ro CASTOR JU A .w.. C&f&tS&C X (Sens. Murfcula And Ounn Kagajgcd Apilnst Those of Trc- iiio in .Street Fight, Carranza. Villa also orders all military chiefs to enforce military training on nil ending El Paso, Texas, Dec. 9. While Inhabitants In their districts, with tho customary order to Bhoot bitter civil war Is raging In Chihua- any nl1 who refuse. Ho revoke hua City between three of the moat souccsilons previously gran:r 1. ex-- , powerftil Carranza generals, follow'i ing a street tight In which the troops ccptlng mnrriago licenses, bU cmlowere, loath certificates, however, a of Gens. Murguln and Ozuna clares his Intention to confiscate all engaged against those of Gen. Trov-Inreceive proper classification. by thb revolutionVllllstas nro soUIng tho oppor- proparty needed tunity to make hay and have al- ary forces to prosecute tho revolumost 'annihilated a Carrauza force tion. Ho suspends all mercantile opersouthwest of Chihuahua City, beations with the United States and The tween Polomas and Fresno. Carranfighting in that district still contin- ends by declaring that when za Ucos to a foreign government hla toues, according to reports Into on extradition will bo demanded (Incorporated) night. 60(5 men. pain of death to all subjects of that Con. Gonzales has sent country unless Carrauza Is return20 cannon and 12 machine guns to OWENSBORO, KY Chihuahua City after the demoraliz- ed. m tj ed Carranzlstas wore driven from For Sale. O" Fresno toward tho capital, where A 1G0 aero tarm 4 mtiea east of things aro still more demoralized' because of tho dlsscution among the Hartford, on tho border of the oil fields. Good dwelling, barn and othleaders of the do facto forces. Young er necessary outbuildings. Gen. Murgula's attempt to arrest No the orchard, strawberry bed and other Gen. Trovlno, who commanded pleaalng features. If bonds carry Chihuahua City garrison when Villa Like soat pike will be near. ook the city, precipitated actual hos- Intor-coun& llarnott, Seo, or write Ttnsley genand tilities between tho Carranza erals. After a sanguinary street Hartford, Ky., for further particuAll For $2-i- o fight Gen. Trovluo Is said to have left lars. m Chihuahua City with his forces. bit- AXECDOTKH KHOM TITO DIAIIY Everything now points to a Companion OF THK FAMOUK KKKTIIAM ter civil war between tho loaders of 11 a bsues of X Gen. tho Constitutionalist armies. 52 ISSUES IJTrlEYDUTirS COMPANION Murgula Is an adherent of Gen. Hero am a few anecdotes from the The farorllo family weekly of America. Gon12 Great Serisli or Croup in 1917. and Ozuna is on tho fence. unpublished dinry of the late Charles SO Short Stones, a thouund Artldo n Is a Trovlno man, but la dis- Bertram, tho zales conjurer: and SugRCTtions, a thouund Funny. iana. Special Pages for all age. posed to play safo and aid Gen. .MuIn tho north of England a conjur rgula so far aH ho can. audier asked a little lad from the and 12 Issues of Z Gen. Murgula has been attempting ence to come upon tho platform, os Jm McCalTs to organlzo the Carranza forces for tensibly to assist him in some forth W'CALL'5 MAGAZINB C 12 ISSUES AKO A DKXSS rATTOW x concentrated pursuit of Villa, but coming trick. As soon as the lad VfEfltlV Drew The Fashion 'aUTHOUITY followrd Internal strife is preventing this arrived tho conjuror, with a great tho by million of American women. You lll Eft the 12 monthly iue of action. Federal agents Hero ore flourish or turning up his sleeves, McCalt'a, miking not merriy a dewatching developments with Inter- etc., proceeded to tnko an egg from partment " but a fajhioa magazine every month of 1917. est, as Gen. Trovlno, with a large tho lad's nose, another from hla hair, g jt luut and 15c. k 1f part of his forces, still la at liberty, another from his arm, several from tliL McCanU-despite Murgula's threat to arrest his pockets, until ho had collected f him. quite n. small basketful). Sta.1 tl.l9llnrH mt 0. XwrMitli Rubbing his hands with glee, ho Gen Murgula is said to have grant- XbB ptkU&'rc of U 9pr ! wkUA Ull 01r (Ctnar u4 tit od amnesty to 400 prisoners In the patted the llttlo chap on the back, the YOtmrS COMPANION for 52 1T1IE Oiler U (a 'ku Youtli's Companion weckn. and oaly.)1917 Home Calendar, Haying; "There, my little man, If your State penitentiary of Chihuahua. subscriber! RtAGAZlNCrvery month for one vear: alio clice of any 15ent It would be usemother could do that 2McCALL'S 1 attern t'KEI. for 2 ctr.ta extra to coier culling. Itesir Guard Actions. Fighting between tho Villa rear ful to hor. She can't get eggs for TOE YOUTH COMPANION. Sc Pnul St, DCSTON. MASSAaiUSETTS guard and tho Carranza outposts In her pudding, you know, without yes. she can!" tho vicinity of Fresno Is continuing; keeping fowls." "Oh, "How?" bald tho ascommand of Gen. Maycotto fs said tho boy. The "Why. she could said to have been cut to pieces and tonished professor. roplled tho urchin. Tho Gen. Maycotto killed. Howevor, ho keep ducks," collapsed amid tho waa reported killed fn action a man of mystery laughter of tho audience. month ago. same; professor was once perIlu8lnoss men of Chihuahua City I This forming at a fair, und taking a who have; been in El Paso aro mak com ing no plana to return. They do- - countryman from his audience to him the claro their belief that Villa only 19 menced to fllustrato borwaiting for tho city to bo restocked "transmltatlon of metals." He rowed a halfpenny troni the coun with supplies and nniinunltlon when-htryman and after niaklns a row passwill attack again. es, desired him to hold out his hand Thero fs some doubt about tho au "One of our salesthenticity of tho reports of tho death tor a moment, and apparently plac men demonstrated the? Ills od tho halfpenny la it telling him of tho Englishman, Synnian. h thou to close hla hand. Pasaing his value of the Long Disrelatives In Presidio doubt that Federal ngenta horo aro wand over the couatryman's hand, Is dead. open It, and tance Telephone to us. making- an effort to ctcaa- - up the. mat- - ho then asked him to "You see," Bald the magician "I He was at Huntsville, tor. a Kcfugec3 arriving hero declare that havo changed your halfpenny IntoIn-- u Ala., and upon his own nay change It the reports of Villa ntrocltlca In Chi- sovereign. "You'll back again. Glvo "I'll change It been greatly extn huahua City havo ycr ".Nay, aggerated. A man named Brlttlng-har- a, mo tho sovereign." Long Distance calls for fifteen merchants within a pocketing tho yokel fn u letter to lila family, de- warnt," said the "You'll nay chango itln-t- o radius of several hundred miles. clares that Americans woro undla-turbe- d sovereign. a harpenny again; I'll 'old un tight and that ho neither loft tho oft" with the "In less than one hour he had sold 2100 barrels city nor did ho hide- whllo the city onough," and walkod conjuror's sovereign. occuplod by tho bandit. waa to. us of less than six. dollars. . of .flour at a tptgl.ggst Tho recall of. Gen. divan's Now This anocdoto of Tennyson Ja told York Btaff la construed hero to mean "Since then we have applied the Long Distance that tho recall of tho cntlro mllltla by Lady "Boforo my llttlo slritor was born only a matter of time and force la Bell Telephone to every feature of our business with u that Washington intenda to tnko no I was sent with Frauleln von service is fine, the most profitable results. to au hotol ut Freshwater. Bay, military action In Mexico. Wright, near whore In tho Islo of rates arc reasonable and there is more satisfaction Villa Issues Manifesto. "Pnncho" Mr. and Mrs. Tennyson lived. They 121 Paso. Tcxaa, Dec. 9. in one Long Distance Telephone talk than in half mo, and I was fond of Villa, in n manifesto Issued to tho woro kind to hor. Sho wu3 au luvalld, tondcr ways, a do7,cn letters". Stuto of Chihuahua boforo ho or Chihuahua City, revealed patient and gontlo nnd thought fine from In himself an tho Mosea who Is to load othors rather than herself. a long tho heel of the woathor thoy lifted her Into Moxlco from under tyrant, and declared that uuder tho low kind of carrlago, which hor hus I pushed be battlo cry of "Mexico for Moslcans band rolled. Sometimes Btrug-gl- o hind. ho would lead hla peoplo in ii INCORPORATED, . "Ono day tho great poet's shoe to repel Invading Americana and HOX onuiouu.vO, KY. string became untied, and, ltnporlous- overturn First Chlof Carranza, Villa l who dlnoboy ly pointing to hla foot, ho said: threatens death "Janot, tlo my shoo!" him. "I resented eo Imporatlvo a com- girl, but vory badly brought up.' " I who told him that tho solution was rcachod horo toTho manifesto j qulto easy, and that ho had only to mand; besides, tho strings woro exprea-enight. It deals Bwccplngly with Many years ngo Lord Charlea start a trlllo early and call at Messrs. So, rudely enough, conditions and makes sweeping ceedingly dirty. lauded at Now York, and was whero ho would bo acI auswerod; orders calculated to rcllovo thorn Papa .iskod to dinner by a disputation of commodated in no tlmo. To his dis"No; tlo your own Bhoo! all ho confiscates In ono Bcntonco exeaya men should wait on women.but ororaluont meu, who would tako no may, howover, tho shop-kcopproperty owned by foreigners, lonlal. Ho appeared at tho banquet pressed hla rogrot and Inability to, to cut all wire uot wbmon on mcu." his Intention "Tho moment tho words were out n morning dress, his hosts all bolng comoply with his requost. "Tho fn" and rail comunlcatlona with tho I could havo bitten my cororoctly attired, and ho began his Is Blr' ho said, "I havo generally United States and declares that for-- t of juy mouth peech by apologizing for bis appar- somo twcnty-lW- o suits of evening tonguo off. Visions of Llttlo Hololgners must Buffer tho consemencca ent lack of good manners. Uo had clothes on hlro, but thoro's a big din attending to aft tho land House, nation at war. of bolng In a to Admiral wants, roso boforo mo, and I onflded bis dllllculty, ho said, In bo-a- g nor In tho city Villa broathea uudylng bate for at tho eleventh hour without ev. Lord Charlea Heresford and thoy. Tho manlfeBto humbly tied hla shoo. Ho afterward tho Unltod States. my fathor that I was a 'clover nlng clothes, to tho hotel managor, havo ull boon loaned out." i forbids uny forolgnor to aco,ulro prop told t ; 1 big success, if you havo AMBITION, EUBRGY, NERVE. Tho road to success is easy if you aro properly prepared. A Business Education is tho chief requisite for preparedness. The big men of 'today almost with- out exception aro tho men who propared yestordny. Wp prepare you for tho position that aro wailing School in session .ii y.M nrimind mini or woman. ..i. ntiro year. Pupils may enter at any time and You can bo a success, nnd o, I flnifi Bis ess is! lie ty sSSMBtm S Combination of Reading It The Youth's u. well-now- (TheBestTwoi Mu fttttrnTAl. Magazine tl.lU One Experience Convinced Mty of its Value - rcsDonsihilitv nut Duff-Gordo- n: Zcs-cha- The ro-tlr- Cumberland Telephone llt, and Telegraph Company to-al- nt Dor-ssfo- rd do-clar- er po-ot- 'a ht k f lilNNaS WAY OUT .er, without doubt, stnrt with tho bo plBtol lu tho great race ALASKA ready to FAVORED DUMPER CROPS OF DETENTION CAMP II'HTIIIAN IIK1,I IV coi.umiiia escapes niUTISH chicaco. 0. to r ,x After escaping Chicago, Dec. frmn n detention ramp in Hrltlsh Columbia by digging his way to freedom, with Bovernl companions, thru feet long, John a tunned thirty-fiv- e Knlapatzn, nil Austrian, has arrived U Chicago. When war was declared In Europo Knmpatzo, working In the Canadian l'gglng campi, wai made prisoner nod pnt to an hiternment camp fit dgowond, 11. ('. For fourteen iionths tho 200 men held thero worked on tho roads under guards, then tho demand for tho services ceased Attempt and llfo grew monotonous. rl escapes wcro met with bullets, bat elRht of tho men, Including decided to lice. Tho door of the camp cookhouso was elevated and rested on beams Wild along thel ground. Ten fcot nway a barbed wlro fence, n dozen r high, prevented fllRht. Armed with a piece nf Iron, one rami at u time crawled under tho floor and began dlRglng. Tho loon dirt was scattered out of sight under the yf" cooklioumv. Tho other seven men ntood guard and signaled when sentinels wcro near. Tho tunnel wns Just wltlo enough for a man to push thru on his hands and knees. It was about two feet y?tt!low the surface of the ground and " was bolstered up by pieces f tho Vwtfs .in which food wh brought to tho camp. Ono Sunday nlRhtHho men completed tholr tunnel and Immediately puslird thru It to freedom beyond tho funcu, and for live days and nights travelod over the mountains, then reached Grand Forks, II. C. There thny crossed tho liorilor 'to IDanvllle, Wash., and sepnnitod. Kal-apatr- n, of 1U17. And thero Is nlso a most cele brated character In tho dog world Mrs. Darling has writ In Alaska. ten him up In a book which sho calli Ilaldy of Nome," published by tho Penn Publishing Company' this au tumn. It Is ono of tho most Interesting And It la dog stories over written. fact that Is ono of Its charms. Hal-d- y Is n real dog, the best known dog In all AlaBka, Mrs. Darling says, and the book tells us how ho grew from a little mongrel puppy to bo a leader of tho dog team that won tho SwepstokeK, the greatest dog race In all the world. "Daldy or Nome" gives one an Insight Into llfo In tho frozen north as havo few bookB, and will bo read with keenest Interest alike by young nnd old, All-Alas- . DY SHOWN HV KXCKIiliKXT REPORT OF AGIUCnrURAIi DEPARTMENT. S - Cough Meilleliio for Children. Mrs. Hugh Cook, Scottsville, N years ngo Bvo V., pays: "About when wo were living lu Carbutt, N. V., I doctored two of my children suffering from colds with Chamberlain's Cough Remedy und found It )Bt as represented In every way. It promptly checked their coughing and cured their colds quicker than anything I ever used." Obtainable evm erywhere, . HHKKIXS OK TOURISTS .MAKING FARMER RICH self-sllowl- ., fr' K to any pistol. Tho lever by which SxnvcHtNet tho light Is operated Is near tho reFa otopy I ; KSsS:&''wwa-Bs- B P8 volver trigger. With tho same finPrloos . ger one throws on the light and pulls Terms A the trigger. With the searchlight Savin ol '" tho attacking party presumably a SlOO to burglar Is located, and It he does 1111s for constipation. Take lUll's Family From Fnu-tor- y not Immediately surrender a bullet P A. STARCH Direct rRCSIDCNT can bo sent Into his heart with deadWAR ADVANCES VALUE ly aim. OF SHU'S 200 TIMES Mr. Kruso has applied for a patent on his Invention and intends to London, Dec. 9. A vessel has just begin the manufacture of ' them In Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck IMann for 30 days' free trial, In your home. No cash rasment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, use been sold for 200 times her value Lbulsvllle. Courleit-Joumaand test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not nnd It the highest grade, sweetest tonert.and Jlneet plan In. every way, that you havo ever As a shipping In several .years ago seen for the money, you aro ut perfec liberty to send It back, and wa will. In that vestment the deal represents the Disposing or The Remains. event, the freight both ways. T ffl Btarck Piano must maUe good with you, or mere is no saic. . largest profit made during the war. "Ycstlddy morning'," said the neEasy hymiRts Savs $150.00 er Mtrt A few years ago a British steam gro, "I goes over to dem munitions A "register" near the entrance Ton pay no cash down, but after, 30 da)t We ship dim to you frwn our ftctiT, at Havo yoij ver heard of dog rac- contains the names signed 'by several er which had stranded on tho South works und I tells do man In do little ou can begin paymtnt on the lowof trial. prices that UAcyou tipwariU of 9150.00 to he est, eanrst terms ever euzecsted by nlano t cf ymir iiano. We gusrantcc to furnltb ing? Not the pitting ngnlnat each thousand visitors. Coo says the show American coast was sold, as she ollico at do gate in de big high wall manufacturer. These terms arc srranxed t j ou a brtti r piano for the inoiit-- than you can d advortlsi's uilt your convenience, and It Is po:ll!c li?f Itself, requiring no press lay, to neutrals, for 1,600 pounds. Tho outside dat I'se done pome to get one scvutc elwmbtrr. You arc assured ft reef other of tho greyhound or the you to boy c ptano for your home, without s ictUlactcry tvft(t toucd durable Mgli grade Jobs of hls'n. In short quarter or hnlf-mll- o agent, and the power costs nothing, purchasers had her refloated and of dem mlsrfiig the nwy, -- , piaoo. t repaired and employed her In trade. He says 'all right,' and den ho glti dashes, but tho long, so the receipts are all "velvet.' diarox 9KVea Ri:artH'aa Playar-Naiia- a She has now been resold for 320,000 out a book and ho axes mo whut is muscJr-tcarln- g i 2nd -- Hand Bargain grind Etcit Btarck ruoo l s Starck ars pounds, being 200 times tho price my name? I tells him whut Is my AhVh Own Arrest. We tan constantly on hand of over 400 mile through arctic temfnuraEtced for 15 years. the best and moat leautl. This Kuirautee has back a laiRfl mimber ol tligbtly used name; and den ho says: 'Whar do ful Plver Plws oa iia gave his paid for her as a wreck. Is tlog Now York A youth who perature and snows. That pianos of all of it our 5 rears of plane and n.3rket. iu wm Da w This prico takes no account of the you want do remains sent?' And I experience, ami the repo. etandird nialtes UXat in nnmo ns John Small, and said he racing as conducted In Alaska. liEhttd with the many ex tatlon of an for new Starck Vlanoa elusive features of tlieso races each waa 10 years old, appeared beforoicost of salving and repairing . tho look him In do eye nnd I say 'Ross, plarto houie. There aro a number of Th follow, and r wondrfuI lntnimcnU. and leg arc a few sacplv. bargains i Trill bo plcaed with the winter, but thero Ib only ono big Magistrate Slmms In West Side Court j "'P. but presumably these expen don't you pester yo'so'f 'bout dc SO Free Ms!c my low prices at which Weber $110.00 Mies would havo been amply covered ca'so I'se gwlno tnko 'em .Sweepstakes tbey can be secured. .,raco tho and domanded his own arrest. Steinway 92.00 issons by hor earnings since she was salv- with mo right now'." Saturday Nomo to Candle, .up In tho Arc"If ou don't arrest me an a Chickcring Plana Eiook Fret) 90.00 To every purchaser of c e'e "e Bend today for our ntw Starck Kimball will have to arrest mo aa a ed, Including two years of extreme- Evening Post. 95.00 tic Circle 204 miles there and 204 mu&lo lcfeonfl. In one of piano ly high freights. Tho present price Starck 195.00 lieautlfully Illustrated you a book which ghca miles return. It Is run Irrespective thief," ho said. the brat known wliools in Chicago. Tlie-- 5 J.su: you large amount of lnforma tho'thormom-ote- r Send for our latest complete had no home merely represents tho current value Small asserted ho had of weather conditions lion regarding pianos. Tbis can take ia your own home, Second hand bargain list. book by mail. This represents will interest and CO degrees below zero, gales, for years, having eked, out a. precar- of tonnage. iwns'j feiui Insit rit (rtn AC plcaie you. Write today. s O .hllziardil; over a tracMosH 'oXpunso ious existence by selling papers and 1813 Starck BIdfi.. CHICAGO ' Contracts For AlrMilps. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. snow and lec, with uno condition shining shoes slnc'o he was icltau orWashington, Dec. 9. Contract" from phan. Recently, ho 6ald, he bad-bee- n only tho winner mubt cet power Nomo to Candle and back again in sleeping in haltyvays. Tho lack of for 90 high possible time und bring undorwoar or an overcoat, however, for tho coast artillery stations In lf tho shortest ' o drove him from ,theso temporary United Stales, Hawaii. Philippines in all of Wn dogs, dead or aUvo. " 4 .' may lncludo any number quarters because of tho cold weath- - tint! the Panama Canal Zono.wcro lot A team 9 today by tho .War Department. of dogs. It may bo inado up, of Immediate construction Is to bo "I waht to bo sent whoro'Lcftn eight or nine, or tho drjvcr may prebegun on tho 9G and contracts soon FARM LANDS and Clty Residences fer to take out as many as 31. Leon- get three4 warm meals today," ho are now selling At a low cost, 5 will bo let for 52 more. ard Seppala, the Norsemun, won tu told. thaMaglstrale. but don't expect It to be so alCompanies receiving awards to- Sweep-stake- s, Magistrate Slmms turned tho boy 1915 and 191C ways. If you over expect to own o Engineer . over to a probatlou oHJcer until Uls (day were the driving 19 your farm or your homo now Is & Sales Company, .New York City, 10 borlan, whllo John Hesncss won the story could bo Investigated. tho time to buy. machines, $ 18,000 each; tha Burgess first olllctal raco In' 190S," viitlr only . kjompany, Mnrblehead, Mass., 32 WE HAVE sovoral farms llstpd- In. j. ..(iuapj;tJan,.:Mukcs.i.YQa Dull.': nino dog.pfnJ"ifatiJJfU.l5;'-J','.? '.LifotiriiG'fcxDoriehCG " with beet of workmen, andean X eacn; tnq, uuruss n Ohio "county and th,oyt caii''bof lrobaNy'tiiorik)Ht Inlcresliag That "draggy, listless, oppressed' mapnine,s.,,jfa,u-jCottfpany, Buffalpi N. Y", lfl jao,' prices had' for reasonable 1 givo any refereqeo defiirofl.r Call mo on Hartford connected with tho sport la Mrs. feeling generally result.8 from constiliberal terms. If wo do not Mrs Dar pation. Wuthp ttlrdsall Darling. The Intestines aro clogged chinos, $22,000 each, and tho StandPlain-fiel- d, have the particular farm you de- X Mill 'Co., 'piiono, or address mo at Hartford, Ky. ling baa 'been associated with dogs nml thn hlnnil hrrnmprt nolsoncd. Re- - ard Aeroplane Corporation, N. J 32 machines, $21,000 sire wo will make efforts to get facing over since sho first j IleVo this condition at- once ,wlth Dr. nnd dog it for you. went to Alaska. At that time Klng'e' Now Llfo Pills; this gentlo, each. Allan, who is known us laxatlvo Is ulckly effec-jtlv- e. "Scotty" IP YOU want to inovo to Hartford A doap at bedtime wlH raako ENGLISH SHELL CONTRACTS "The King of tho Arctic Trail,." was whoro our chlldrou will have tho IN U. S. NOT TO HE RENEWED foreman for the Darling .& Dean you feel brighter In tho morning. advantage of a good high school Out of Things ut your Drug Harllware 'Company and was "mush- Oct a bottlo notify us. Wo have bousiH and We Knock the Spots English Toronto, Out., Dec. 9. 3 about tho country on gist, 2Cc. ing" dog .teams lots for sale and believe you can ibuoII contracts In the United States buslnoBS.Jor tho firm. select ono from our list to your bIx virtually all run out within Mrs. Darling nnd Allan found a WRftAIi COUHT MEMnKUB liking. DESIHIvI) AT CONVENTION months anil most of them within common lntorcst in dogs, and tho WE HAVE a comfortable home in i thrco months, alter tho first of tho Fifty-fiv- e Lestypewriters. Allan and Darling racing; team waa Hartford, modern improvements French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In uf-tKrankforf, Ky., Dec 9. January year, and will not bo renewed, It was sons explained by Moving Pictho rceult, rtrs. Darling looking Superior Manner. nnd- a good garden in cultivaby Jr W. Fla- bo announced here y ture machine. Seven big Detho caro and condition of the 17 to 20, Incluslvo, thero will tion for palo or rent. Place Send us your Garments and Have hold at Howling Grcon a County Iload velle, chairman of tho Imperial Mupartments Shorthand, dogs and Scotty Allan, training ami Them rents for $10 a month. This Knglueors' Convention. It wftl bo tho nitions Hoard for Canada. TelegTaphy, Steuotypy, racing them. responsifirst meetiiiK of Its kind held In would lucreaso Canada's Musts, Primary Normal. ExCLEANED CLEA.N Thoro havo been nlno Rood men bilities In tho future and Canadian pert teachers. Modern equipCall on or address Sweepstakes, and of this number Western Kentucky. Packages called fbr and delivered. throughout the Stato have practical munitions' manufacturers will bo assured. ment. Position Scotty has won thrco, been second to discuss, and the pro- - peeled to fulfill their contracts for Allan did Write for cdtaloguo In two and third In three, THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB BARNETT gramme has been arranged with that 1917, ho said. Mr. Flavcllo has been TfNSLEY not raco In 1910, ns lio and Mrs. DarA. Ivu Null, Prop. abroad nlno weokB consulting with Instrumental lu selling end In vlow, ling hud been Daviess Co. Bus. College Real Estate Agents, dogs U has been suggested that every tho Minister of Munitions nnd his HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. 'to the French Government 400 ' attoiul" this announcement d Induce tho assistants and 't-ta- t Incorporated use In the Hold, and ho was lu County Judge Kentucky. during the winter touching member of tho Fiscal court in ins was accepted uoro aa mo uiossqgq ot OWENHHORO, KY, Franco Republican Qfllce. Subscribe for Tho Hartford Repubcounty Qroat Tlrltatn to, tho Dominion. care for county to nccompany hlm.tho tho French soldlors how to Uofu rbonca.' ' "Of courso Croat Britain .will still lican $i.00 per year. oxpensos. drive tho dogs. Ho will, uow- - to boar ull and Clinton. Conn., Dec. 9. A exhibition of uutomatoils by Clark Coo, a farmer who lives live mill north of here in Kllllngworth, Is attrartlng automobile parties from many mites around. Out of wooil hewed from tho forests Coe lias constructed a number movable llgures, with of ltfe-llk- o arms, Icrs nnd heads, which aro operated by power from n watorwheel. drusited in u molly array of otd clothing and painted grotesquely after the manlier of tho denizens of certain "chambers of liorrors," tho figures perform "stunts" which are -- the marvel of the countryside and r Winter IlrlngN Colds To Clillilrcii. of hundreds of automobile tourists.Ono of tho chief attractions, esA child rarely goes ithTOUgh tho ev- I peclally to tho little folk, is a minla- whole winter without a cold, and ery mother should have a. reliable Iituro forrls wheel whoso cars aro Fever, soro throat. filled with wooden tloll figures of romody handy of At tight chest and croupy coughs arc various I kinds. -- LI.1. tho ontranco !. . ..! lie sure tymptoms. A Ihiso of Dr. Jl. t'liciusuru nuicu ruituuuun iu Hell's Pino Tar Honey wSH loosen tho colli'ctlon stands tho figuro of n phlegm, rcllovo the congested lungs wooden man, who, without censinc, and stop the cougTi. It's antiseptic taps a cowbell with one hand. This plno balsams heal aiiil soothe. For attracts attention to tho collection croup, whooping cough and chronic from tho road several rods .itway. A box, securely padlocked, with a troubles try l)r. Hell's bronchial pfijo Tar Hoiny. At nil Druggists, slot for the collection of small 3 change which the visitors may chooao 25c. , to contribute, has igathereU in a snug so (tu sum for the creater of the odd 'atIJTTliE M.tTOCOW. AJAtKKA DOG RACINO traction. -- 9. Alaskan Dec. Washington, crops In 1915 wore grown under the most favorable season for years, according to tho niiual report of the four Alaskun agricultural expert 'ment slatloim Just published by the Department of Agriculture. Grain ripened and matured early nnd vegetables and berries produced abundant crops. Excellent rosulta were reported In the d6voIopmont of n hybrid strawberry combining tho hardy characteristics of tho native stock and the quality of fruit of sorts cultivated lu tho Slates. Most of the hybrids wcro dovolopcd at tho Sitka station In Southeastern Alaska where agricultural experts predict a still better berry before long. Certain varieties of apples havo been grown In the coast country atfd what Is bellov-c- d to be tho first applo blossom In Central Alaska is reported from Rampart Station, 75 miles South of the Arctic circle. Many now and early varieties of grain have been produced In AlasIn ka. Work has beou continued breeding strains of ulfnlfa better ndapted to Alaskan conditions. Slii'tlp, tho reports declare, will do well on Kodlak Island und tho coast region. In normal winters the animals could maintain themselves with little feed, It Is declared. For tho development of a satisfactory beef animal It Is recommended tltnt yaks he Imported from Asia for crossing with hardy cattle. Horse breeding also lu recommended for Alaska. continue to purchase cooper, brass, stool nnd other raw materials from 'tho Slates." ho said, "but sho will not purchase any more of the finlsli-- j ed shells. The Minister considers that two yearw' probation Is sufll-- i clent and will expect Canada to ful fill the promises she tnado for munitions lu 1917. In fact It would be a grave blunder If the contracts were not fulfilled. Canada Is still behind with her deliveries." He added that few people renllxo what a tremendous factor tho Dominion has become In munitions production or the magnitude of the task before It. - BVCV ?,Vii'Nct ,y;V.;Vrf a rT " Contents IS Fluid Pantim , GASTORIA For Infanta nvf Childron. " " . ,i,iii si - a Mothers Know That " :- -: I ?. SC'T.r ; -- i." Uj..,i " -- 1 :lfi . TUB LADIES HOME JOURNAL, THE SATURDAY EVENING POST and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN wish to secure tho spare time of a man or woman to act ns local representative In Hartford and vicinity, looking after tho renewals of their many subscriptions In this section, and Introducing these publications Payment will be to new readers. made In salary and commission. Previous experience Is desirable bat not essential. For details address, with references, Dox G54. THE CURTIS PUHLISHING COMPANY, Independ1712 ence Square, Philadelphia. - ij.-i- y I l'?i fSfcatV l.j--- Always llniJUieStcmtRsafullwctiMf Bears tho ' rfm" '".n". AVbsJcInblcJrcparMioaKirAS . i- -l AII.AlAAllllVllltlUl- - . ... AHjumit, . - -- rr r"r.T7-- V Genuine Castoda tit?o rtrvT. rw ..... 1 v RfkS KiMlfi. ' y. ?.--' r ;WLst. ?VVilytfP .VlaJl'rt ChcerfalnsandBesCato. -,.... .i tJ,i,hif'.nC nciiiKruiii""'!""!'""i!Minerrd.KoTNAitcoTrc - Signature ' .cnr.7rXt!U7HW 7K M .. Z -J . i JfrhKiSJtt JtiKiimtiUi Hem n vij illi&mMifiacr 1 i ..f..r..fDmoitvfltf !, In f SAYS SPOTLIGHT PISTOL WILL DECREASE CRIME m& S; t" VII VftmslipnlionnmiDlarrlioMf .wvVCt j nntl rcvcrishncssJBMl up ' I fF 4f - Use ;'rP,t(fneihOTfrcin-in1irtay- . WWa," ssssss For Over sound or Imperfect heurlnc. and when It Is entirely closed. Deafness Is tho result, and union the Inflammation ran bo taken out nnd this tube restored to Ita normal condition, hearing will "be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten aro caused by Catarrh, which Is nothltic but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. Wc will slv 'On Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by cstarrh) that hw IIaII'm- P.tflrrh fNir.1 Annn. W m.-- . '"""" "". iree. Bna for circulars, "' & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. F. J. CHKNET. Hold by DruCKllts. 75c. A pistol which throws a spotlight and scnd3 a bullet into the spot 1st of tho Invention of P. F. Kruso, only after Louisville. Mr. Kruso the ten years' effort has perfected Invention, which he claims will ellm-Innt- o duols between officers and law breakers and greatly lessen the annual number of homicides in the country. The invention, In reality, is not n pistol, but a searchlight which can be clamped on to tho barrel of any pistol. It consists of a small battery, but powerful; a tube, In which is an electric bulb, resting at right Deafness Cannot Be Curea uncles In thn revolver barrel and con- by local application, aa they cannot reach Inccted with another tubo running the ear. There la the iUrnicd portion tho revolver barrel. only on war to cure deafness, and that la nlonogsldo Deafness I by 'constitutional Through tho latter tube the light Is mucaused by an Inflamed condition of the cous llnlnjr of the Eustachian Tube. When dellectcd by a mirror. Clamp3 mnko this tuba Is Inflamed you have a rumbllnc TheOektawiCohpaW. .1 Thirty Year Q WEVLiy-- i - fH73FX??iSS4SPI! Exact Copy of Wrapper. thc ctirron coupant. hcw yoa errr Stare k Pianos! No Money inAdvnuco M SSBBBBBab V1 tyHsst'ygwa " "r ''"yj"rTssssMsssssssss the lighting attachment adjustable tion SatisfacGuar-antc- ed Easi.Jt 200 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL WZl l. ry ctag-houn- I uerve-wrackin- g, heart-breakin- g, riayer-flann- Kcond-ban- a. m vng-rantV- e, Jof hydro-aeroplan- Real Estate! ITHOS. B. MOg Plasterer, ecorator oncl Contractor. All-Alas- Aero-Marin- Ir - r p'er--eo- - I . to-d- Ladies' and Men's Garments 1 m or ai Hook-keeping, to-da- - All-Alas- h Hartford, f s ,tt He ) nT. i.ir 'i oww1 pgggjggpgplgBBHBBBBHBBWW IBfl9M9E3BjHNMMEHBflBi X-fflAS DE CIDIHG WHAT TO GIVE THIS Will be easy, as ' rr j nearly everything has advanced in price good supply on But we lud hand befoio thti mivunuu, which i imfim iI wf C2Sk w .-- .ijiiv .Mir. " fit' If 1 3SlIl3j& EXCEPT JEWELRY. There has been no'miso on gold and filled jewelry and many other articles in our line, but (Jlocks, Cut Ghu3, and Silverware have advanced some. r SV'sSpiA O will go at the old price, at long as they last. &i y JI V V" oar 1, ' ciated more, why not go right now and select your present and have it put back? We urge jou more than ever to buy early this year, as materials of all kinds are so scarce that the factories may run short a little later. So as jewelry is the mot appropriate gift, and always has been, as it can b. kept longer and appre- We huvo, for the ton years wo have beOu hero, sioadily incirast'd our stock both in quality and quauiity, and this year it by no means an exception. There are too many things to ment'ou, but a few are Watch Mraeclots, Noc?klaees, Kings, Tie Clasps, Stick Pins, Silverwaus and KaHnian Kodaks. The Watch Bracelets and Eastman Kodakb are extremely appropriate this year. Out-glas- s, We also lest eyes, fit glasses and frames and guarantee them, and we are always here to back them up. J. B. TAPPAN, Jeweler and Optician, Hartford, Ky. -- "1 accepted a position In tho Insurance and a He 11 will be retained on said l!)17 nbo it one o'clock p m, on of canl"lat'9 tho fireater possibility u LATEST WAR NEWS busltics Wo rrcret verj much to laud as additional security 'credit 01 six months, the followirj, of dIgconJ Jn tho flnal ,ectlon This December 1&, miG I lose Mr Cnoppr niul family Idtfcrllied properlj, to wit : teems that there will be many canul- V MARTIN, OTTO Hegiii'iliig at a Nort ser'es of meetings are being ' 24t3 urtrid Avordin to law ut th Vostoific dates for same of the oflices aiid each Master Commissioner sltlo of tho Beaver Dam and Goshen held here at the Methodist church iKrtforrf. ky.. a.mnll matter of the """"''' man sl,ou,l conduct his campaign ta & Smith, Attorneys Durum in Sowilcnt' Line, and on 11 til I road Tuesday. ws a by Rev. Johnson, an evangelist ; m.tntior. Do nn ot Broad tho reel Hue Rumania. Despite heavy rains Groat crowds are In attendance, and MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. lutrcet lit with townwest side of Beaver Dam. tho Editor' BenUenmn from tho tap of tho and soggy ground, tho forces of the wo hope IWRXETP ALLISON J. !t banco In t Northerly direction 17') that munh good will ho to the finish and if victorious along tho front tltHIP. W. S. TIXSMJlV.Il.wlne., Manager'' Ohio Circuit Court feet to a stono: thenco In n wpstorb ' you will havo a right to expect and Teutonic Allies all v direction 200 feet to a otono; thence-I- n oppon- In Rumania continue to raako progLyceum number of Saturday Silllevs.Maddox. Plaintiff, Tho to demand tho support ot your a southerly direction 170 feet t, Notlco Address all communications ents when the final election rolls ress. The Rumanian attacks which night was very much onjoyed by a'l Luvcna Southard, el ul Defendants a stono on tho north Hide of th The Hartford Republican. In Pursuant to a judgment and order Beaver Dam and Goshon road; thence around. If defeated take your med- had held the invaders the Ploechtl that attended. region now have been broken, accordLittle .Miss Edith O'Doll was tho of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, with said road 200 foul to th ! icine like a man and retain tho reNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ' Several thousand ad- guecX of Margaret Armcndt Tuesday rrndored at Us November term, 19 1C, ginning. the jinr wilt to a new spect of tho voters by .working for ing to Ilerlln. ddbKrllKT for tho purposo of a sale and division The purchaser will bo required to the tho nominee. AddrM- - tnubt (five the iM uildnvit In R Defeat in the primary ditional Rumanians have been niade night. of tho proceeds among those enti- execute bond with uood and sufficient rwjnMt. Mrs. O. I.. Sllultz, who has been tled thereto, and for tho purposo of security luiuiedlateij after Fate, and is a mighty poor excuse for, bolting prisoner. Local nml Notion 10o por line and ar on the sick list for the Inst few dajs. paying tho cost of tho above styled a Hen will be retained on said land in the final and the man who would IlOtffor vueh iitliilticiD'it !nir!lim. act Ion and tho cost of this sale, I will as additional security. Greece. The Greek situation re- Is able to be out again. OMtunne- -. KvnUitIonn ami fan) of Thini, do such a thing with so little cause 19 J G. for sale by public auction to pr line, moooi In udrtinc. deserves' no consideration from hjs mains tense. Conferences" between J. 11. Westerlleld and family vis- offer highest and best bidder at the Thin Drcember 15, MARTIN. tho OTTO C Nolle1 tor rertct? ftve, but othr Is a bluff tho entente Allies in an endeavor to ited In Whltesvillo Sunday. party in the future. It court house door In Hnrtford, on 2t:; Master Commissioner line. ( idvirlUciuotn. " reach a very radical solution of tho Mouilaj, tho 1st day of January, C M Crowe, Attorney Edward Orr spent the day In Mill rm.ilv m that should bo called. inonj-njo-- umniniikntlonii Sunday. Unntton There Is jet plenty of time for an- problem arc in progress, ncordlng to The public Is tired of au announcement of tho British Fornouncing. S. lloMilutlnii of ltepert. election at present and jour an- eign Office. Unofficial reports ny . Wo as Ilelllu Local Union No. C01, nouncement will bo better received a rovolutlon has been started' in the uv.tv.al...... A. S. of E , In call session offer the at a later date. Hut when the tight Cjclades Islands In tho Aegean Sea following resolution of respect to E is begun in earnest let every candiymiMv.., .December i.i date enter with the determination O. Balrd and familj: Wctlneil.jy. Whe'reas, tho Death .ngel of heavto emerge with no ill feollug and Tho llaitlelleld-- . The towns ot Looks like womancott would be a with ii willingness to clasp the hand Mizil and Mrziccnl have been captur- en has visited tho home of our dear Letter name for it. of the victor and offer ills lieartj ed by tho Teutons In Wallachla and brother and Mster and has taken hiipport. If that spirit is maintain- 10,000 additional Rumanians taken, their youngest son, Rex G. naird. The high price of chemicals has ed in tho primary victory in Not Be It according to lierlin. jnado djing a luxury. DO VOCESHOPIMJ EARIA SO THAT YOC MAV HAVE FIRST Resolved, That wo tender to them Is assured. Carpathians and along tho In tho I ' o-- e SELECTION PROM OCR FALL LINE OF STAPLE. AND FA.NCV Moldavian frontier the Russians are our sympathy In their bereavement. The Kaiser always was a peaceful ' IIOUDVY GOODS. Y.O.LWlLL FIND EACH DEPARTMENT WELL Wo can only bay to them their loss F.EV. WIGGIXIOX MOMIH continuing violent nttacks. anjwaj'. tori oi SFI'PMED WITH NEW AND ARTICLI'.S. .MUKlIXt; AT SIMMOXS Along the Cerna River the Entunto is His gain. Piejiare to meet Rex ' Allles have made vicious attacks, on that golden shore, whore thcro Has anyone hoard how much IN OCR FL'RNITl'Iti: DEPARTMENT WE ' Rev. II. S. Wlgginton began a ser- which the Berlin reports say are will bo no more parting. William .!. raised this year? WANTS Willi DWEXET'l'S. CHINA CABINETS, KITCHEN CABResolved, further, That a copy ot ies of meeting at this place on Jlon-dn- y fruitless and costlj. INETS, DLNING TABLI-- S, DRESSERS, BEDS, DINING CHAIRS, to Why tlon't some one invent an night, after tho Third Sunday On tho front In Prance and Bel- these resolutions bo furnished ROCKERS AND HIGH CHAIRS FOR THE CHILDREN. each county paper with tho request alarm clock that won't wako a fel- - In November and continued for three J gium artillery activities continue. that they publish and a copy be furlow up these cold mornings? j weeks. IX OCR QIEE.NSWMIE DEPRTMKNT WE CAX FURNISH j dispatch nished to the family. Tho whole community has been! cireeiv An uuolliclal ' YOF STPI,E ND FANCY CHINA AND OLASSWARE IX HOWI.S. It seems that the European olive greatly rovlved and thirty-fiv- o L. L. PORTER, back-- J from Switzerland sajs the King of will have to be sold as sliders reclaimed, branch SL.I)S. CREAMS, Sl'GARS, PLVTFS, CfPS AND TEAS, PLAIN VIRGIL ItlGGS, besides thirty- -' Greece has ordered a general mobil- ! AND FANCY 1MPS, .IFGS, BASINS, ITTt:. trash. WALTER FOSTER. Ave conversions, ages ranging from izatlon. An olllelitl communication Committee. tdoAii.Tw(enti'-tw- o . wero from Paris announces Isljxtj-tho , that Pardon as for mentioning it, IN OCR GROCERY DEPARTMENT VOL' WILL FIND A FULL baptized Suridai We are certainly French Admiral, du Fouruet, comladies do j'ou Know there are only Farm For Sale. LINE OF STAPLE AXD FAXCY CAN GOODS. CAMlll4, NUTS. to Brother Wlgginton for mander of the Entente naval forces thankful 1 desire to 'seventeen moro dajK left in this coming Into our community sell my farm of 75 CELERY, AXD FRUITS OF ALL KINDS. and in U10 Mediterranean, has been releap year? acres, located on tho Hartford and 'preaching tho pure gospel truths of placed by Admiral Gauchct. MoIIcnry public road, 2 miles from IX OUR HARDWARE DEPARTMENT WE HAVE COOK oC Qpa;' and; lljcang tho lij- If the price of eggs Bljould .'cohio. tho ,$ McIIonry, ono milo from Hartford STOVES, RANGES, HOT JUST COAL HEATERS, WOOD HEAT-ERso many down to normal again paragraph strument ot uoa in leaning liufdny. LAUNDRY STOVES AXD GRATES AXD M1XOR HARDWARE. and Centertown Pike. Three good vriterB would be tho ones to suffer, soul, to cShrlst. Ho went from horn1. As to peace Tho announcement wells of water, plenty of fruit for ALSO A LINK OF TEAM AXD WAGON HARNESS. men and by tho Teutonic Allies of thoir rcadl-nes- s to homo pleading with (roa tho boycott. ? family .ub., fairly good buljdlngf, SO, women to turn to Christ. to discuss peaco with' tho En- acres iu woodland, balancn cleared DON'T FAIL TO GO TO TIIK STORK T1LVT CARRIER dooI Bold lor. thirteen leave, tente Allies continues tKe absorbing 'Tho Wo'ejojsblrrt tpe-hlUUMPER LINE, WHILE DOING YOUR XMAB SHOPPING. ia bottom land. n n u. hqlf Kfit "- - Lnnv . UUL -.- wuv n.w" o nln.a'L..! WJOU him ,bucco$b In IiIb grcnt feature; in tho war news. As yet, ot, which - a.acres iv whero you can play all day long for work of pr&ichWjlio bltj(ol to "lost however, no announcement has becii Will sell at bargain. Chango in twO'Hbd a half, cents a cue. i i men them to vouchasfed as totbe basis on which occupation only reason for Eolltng. HEN L. DAVIS, ' they dCHlro to attempt to bring nn end 24 tr 2. Heaver Dani. Wri heed U new tax law ba'd chdagh1 ' to the war. Neither has there come ..:.,- J5ut the promiso of nn extra session IlEAVKIl DAM ntifrititSikli. , ,'frora any of thp Entente countries MA&TKll COMMIRSlO.NEirS HALTS. ot the Kentucky Legislature Is. , .a Qtitfr1-rWiUrpVBmlth any otUciat announcement us to tho jEQlbty oor'Ulirlstmas present Ohio Circuit Court Jattltudo UpxrPcV90 S0,! tnl:o wlth F. M. Koorer. f ul Plalntlffn. -. . , tfljaru, to ,:(qii proposal.. x . Tbcro may bo a ehortagp, of Bura-- J Notice. - ,'B. n qw j year b'dcauBo'.d mch; ' rilrt er ,"!.. Ex farto. . J II I. I Darneg and Mien of Judgment and order ! trw woe need before tho election John Kridny afternooh. '.Aprf natno vy.Oi?otft.t.VI4tP J.ttho.riincU "By virtue thoa 'Ohio "Circuit Court Aelfgh'tfu! fch.wnbfiT'oUJpputitB attt in tAlng traw.votea Donfrv IP&vi conlldcaco of date- of x feerVeOl 'toward th l ' ,u wBit-lr- .' in' he iubwi' G&vt'rntnent.'3,etay, onterod.nt ita November.torterm, nbovp cau.o. fjv? &&&, 3 1 i n u jjni(mJ5Jd.'clceea ;rejnlfrj nrjnd 19JC, inpftho dTvlalon of tho procood-amon-tho, 1 m, , joo . wooiruso puuciuwrcn; VI rftvrtd hl Animfrtr tn lutwtirtt nf tho purpose thoso entitled thereto, an g to test 'fbe railroads buvo united nc Adauson law,and tho casrj la now McHVnry,' w!fd HlW for the payment of tho ot of the l. ; . yRiilf od,'riimtly laV pormaji nbovo styled uctlon and tho coBt ot foUT (ho Supremo Courhk Ticre 1b' ofi'AIrTom .. : '. this eajo, I' will offer .for 6alo at pubucn jptfef t, ix .Uq u.nlonuiMh.epo troopi ro uuid to lic auctlon.to tho. highest and beat 5Kr Ilov. W. C. Frank left vcanesaajf , daya. tJd baio bcen,.'ivcn ...from. Katcrirta, biddor. ut thp, court houso door Jn in nttbriil in'Kn-Krt- hi . . SEuo'mcoU , ...... .c7i..n.i c4aeh with Hartford, Ky., on- Moiiday,' Ja'pnary I miw..-w- . Central; tpcrte,on lowering th.QOftu'of JinB.iicll fc,Ja,S(sgIon 1, 1917, at about tho hour ot ono "' rehuir. " living have adlsod thaV tho bones I City thla.wpek. , o'clock n ni., upon a credit ot 6 and r 'Mrs.'lct! I riarnca 'left' Frfd-V- lo 12 montbe, tho following describud' en I. tho tiny be'forVbo Mt I IVltluy. croptirty, viz: used for making Roup. A Louluvlllo ter tho Norton Infirmary btj.tsuisi ; . A certain trad or parcel of land1 of The peace prop-ed- U tivriuuii) 051.4 tcun usj.Bi through ho Eyepln Ijlo,, fr,tralmnt, ., ,,, ( lying and being In O11I0 county, Ky., M fr bftt ono in to doNrlien ho 'cats liver Miss Ella'Mckennpy was tho guost (he German Government haVo been on tho waters of Mill Run Creek nml ; mmcrman nuidu. kuowu but it la not oxpoctcd bounded as follows: the day before It touId btf good'1, of Mlss'wihnlo 'Davis Uoglnnlug nt a sugar tveo and two wecH-cnthought for -- Goldberg's "1 never; andattended, a tlfpVtcn that they will be met by tho Allies. of' that" cartoons. party given in honor of tho I Jatter's Tho overtures, however, may ulti- beeches comer to Jaa. Eldson, SSnear i bought E. the Black survey; thenco N. " mately lead to peaco In Europe birthday. 1S2 poles to two black gums and 1 v e TJIK COJIIXG I'UIMAItY. I 6 poles to beech; theuco 8. 20 W. I'OUDHVIMjI: XEWS. Pro.pects for a complete victory A Cai d To Tho Poolers. a stone In Felix's lino, corner to tho Doc. 13. Mrs. Wallace Coons and 4G acres Follx bought of Samuels; for the llopublicati ticket in tho coun- To tho Poolers ot the polos to a stdno ty election next fall are at this stage Tobacco Qrowors" Asaoclatloni ohlldren returned from Loulsvlllo thenco N. SS W. Wo began lecelvlng tobacoo Tuei- - Sunday night, where sho haa boon in an old line ot Follx and Black cf tho game very bright. CnndU survey; thenco N. to boginniug, dates and prospective candidates for day ltth at Beaji'D planing mill visiting her parents 'for tho lust containing 75 aores tho or leae. moro the nouiinutlon aro feeling the pulM factory, on the Oentertown road, week. Being aarue land conveyed by Rowan tot tho public and preparing to enter Just out of town. We will aspect Mrs. F. T. ShulU, of UadUonvIUe, Holbrook, Master Comntlaalonor ot the fight. The field is open to ell that pooir-- t vtth u to passed through town Saturday from the Ohio Circuit Court,' to F. M. deed of date et and auyonu willing to take tho ' liver bis tobacco to thU house. J a visit to her BUter, Mr.. Uallanl Hoover, 23, ul , by and lit record No Ul llUS. vember t c'ume may nttr tlio rucu, biit ii y in well pie iscil with the people w o WIIhoii, of Clend--- U deed boor G, iwge 40J, Ohio Coun- - ml t t" it h 'ei d refer- - Q a in l ' ii li ' t Jtn 11 at nil i 'i h i pun' r 11 to s II Wjl 'er 01 I '11' offltc, t Clerk Hit W t V ' U !. c us ah ml n lil Th ' fHn U V OO (hi -o l.a in. 3 ' re .vrlirulur ni - v Kl ' li Jv i(W"l 111 ' li ) It HnrrfnrH Kepuoucan. Wl"""? EEHls, mn-lu- - 3M-M- "i -- fa -- I i 'tu on-th- 1 I I lr Si-j- ro . S"cmr' 13 CHRISTMAS t IS COMING SOON! en--be- r ' t, S, T do!ar; ... I tt8 sraaw! WI i ACTON Hartford, Ky. I'.? 7' l' 1 " -! 1 y iid cotJ!V, ' jp :fftfsCyyGf1rfl vQroPivfpVvirW'i 9e ccvKteat4 poaca-pronqsa- L&it. ch ,, m " ..! irom-'dinne- -- at d I ' Ladies' Coat Suits, Cloaks And ; Skirts. HARTFORD, KY. y - ta e.-er- tn 1 I t)sort. Hiib Clothing Co x w I 1 1 ( ) . , - 1 1 ! I I r I CKUl -- ti IU.L, x w w ..v r jt r u; Jj rJ y 1 , ta K' r V fcv hnvo nuts and candy for Christmas ttie Coitio to Tier's mill soiiHutloti of fooling your worries fndo -- STRAY STREAKS. (By Fluke McFUVo.) In my absence last week, AI played mo n slmdy trick In writing up that story, tho tho talo was nil true, except tho last, middle and first parts. Yes, tho balance of the story was nlrlght. mtmmm KrifiwwMH"11!1 i11,, n.iiKssgrp i mjur; y Study Food Values Food provided for the family tabic deserves the careful thought of every housewife. Do you use thought when buying baking powder? The quality of cake, biscuits and all quickly raised flour foods depends largely upon the kind of baking powder used. Royal Baking Powder is made from cream of tartar derived from grapes. It is absolutely pure and has proved its excellence for making food of finest quality and vholesomeness for generations. Royal Baking Powder contains no alum nor phosphate. (i way. i Kni-n- i Koi" SiiIp- - 180 acred, 1 Vj miles cast, of Hnrtford, divided by L. & N. Italtroiid. 50 acres good bottom Innd, 100 ncrci cleared. Good It water supply. Will sell one-hadesired. ' Excellent title arid price Is right. Location could hardly bo better. Apply to L. I. Foreman, Hnrt221 f ford, Ky. lf Millinery Reduction vx "Upy It V'. t- - 1'cte Iglehenrl, tho now druggist, says Its a darn bad Idea to spill about Mr. Don Tlchqnor has sold his res- 95 cents worth of perfume on n prostaurant and will likely leavo Hnrt- pective lady customer. Pete thinks ford In ttio near future, He mado thnt ns alio gets so much for nothing many business friends during his stay she declines to mnko a purchase. In the restaurant buslnoss who re. gret Hint he has sold his Interests. "Old Timer" John. Glenn nnd W. He la n strong believer in newspaper S. TInsley spent about ten days down advertising nnd got results from the tho river camping, hunting, &c, reprinter's Ink. cently. Old Timer has been offch sv ) Mr. TJlco Hums, of Owcnsboro, s his feet ever since. Humor says tho TC Tobac- old Tender Foot hns been off some-whpr- e In chargo of the taking treatment for his co Wnrchoiuo here. Mr. Burns health due to his eating while with In Hartford In consiwnt the winter nection with tlio tobneco business TInsley, but TInsley avers that It several years ago and his friends tiro Wrtsn't what Old Tinier oto what's ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. find that he hns been returned by matter. New York his company. Mrs. Burns will arMrs. Hhoads says that during the rive todny to be with her husband. night after Will partook of tho K. Manager Nelson, of tho Blue Front of P. possum Bupper Will' awakened Cash Grocery, will move into tho her some time during the small hours Miss Jlntli Wellor, of Dundee, was Heavrin-Harras- s building 'on Main the Riiont of MIbsos Elizabeth and street when repairs on that building of tho night hollering Oh possum! -Oh possum! Oh possum! I'll git rrr r ItnMh .Mooro this week. Mr. Nelson expects you yet! I'll, git you yet! nre completed And about tr. . DKcn.MiiKii H'.ID.W. lluy your ""Candles, Mixed Nuts, to move pnrt of his stock Tuesday me , fef from thc t0 ()t t'ocoanuts, Celery, Grapes, Oranges and will maintain two stores for tli - lhutol(1 faHhnned bed post. H nll Ij., II. X. ST. L. II. It. TIMi: TAItLK. and Fancy Ernlts of nil kinds from present His regular prices will pre crawled back In bed and slep well un2412 vail at both stores. supv( No. 113 duo nt Ellmltch S:32 p m. Aclon Uros., Hartford, Ky. til day light. ' -- No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 u. m. When in need of Stoves don't for-gIt Is better to glvo than to receive No. 112 Lv. Kllniltch .. 3:40 p". in. tho store that enn save you hut the Joy of receiving one of those We'll bet 30 cents thnt when that Ar. Irvlngtou .. 5:35 p.m. monoy' ACTON BIIOS., fruit baskets so carofuliy prepared lady who- was recently elected to Lv. Irviugton .. 5:50 p.m. 2412 Hnrtford, Ky. nt tier's knows no bounds. Just the Congress from tho West takes her V. Ar. LoulsVlllo . 7:40 p.m. Money to loan on first class Im- thing for a Chlrstmas gift to moth- seat she will feel rather out of place No. Ill Lv. Louisville .. 8:35 a.m. proved rwil cstnte. .From flvo to er, sister or lady friend. The head when she looks around and sees so Ar. Irvlngton ..10:00 u. m. I twenty years. For terms see or of this II nil will talto pleasures Jn ad- many of her fellow Congressmen Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. I W. II. 1'AItKS, Hnrtford, vising with you confidentially in re- with a cigar In one corner of their m 1:04 p. ni. wrlto Ar. Ellmltch I mouth nnd their feet thi top of their IStf gard to your ch6lco. Ky. sufK. It. It. TIME TAULE. M.V II. predicted In The Republi- neighbor's desk. As was . County Judge John B. Wllfcon went Kouth Dound, No. 11C can last week Gorman & Co., have 8:45 a. m. to Loulsvlllo on last Tuesday. Judge lcabcd tho Bean planing mill storage Duo nt Hartford We bought one half of a 102 pound Wilson conveyed the Brown children North Hound. No. inlbuilding on the Centertown road and hog one day this week." Now, let the 5:55 p. m. to the Kentucky Children's Homo Soine nt Hnrtford pool durncd swine soar some more, If they are receiving the ciety. inotli "Mixed Trains.) place want to. nt that of of tho Hnrtford district . Mr. U. V7 nenneTt7Tormerly 4 Is expected thnt n season will folrecently bought tho It nop To 5e Values For !l)c. Centertown, who yesterday and low the snow that fell old Barnett farm on tho Owcnsboro If so tho rush will begin Nelson's Blue Front Cash Grocery road from Mr. W. II. Parks, has movi: Personal News now has a special sale on In Granltc-war- c Leave jour laundry at O.iscbler' ed with his family to his now home. 50c to GCc valubs for only Pool Room, Agents' for tho White " County Farm This line Includes Buckets. 39c. W. W. "Urdwdor. and Social Euents. Snann Laundry of Evnnsvllle. Dam Kettles, DIshiMUS, Coffee Pots, Agent, will leae today for n two garments promptly replaced. aged &c. These articles are weeks' vacation. Mr. Browder will Work called for nt Hartford residenc Chambers, big bargains. JIuve to be seen spend tho time nt Clinton and Arm-stcuMonday and delivered by tho all es on visiting friends and relatives. dome uulck If Holida goods ut Ohio County to bo appreciated. following Thursday. Special attcn-tlq- ii llrug Co. jou want anything In this line. At Tho greatest" lino" of looso candy Opto customers. See Acton UrosT for jtfinlio I'lck-le- s nt Ilcr's over In Hartford. Our box en day and night. Opposite Repub- these prices they will go like "hot cakes " Tho Blue Front also has n 24t2 candy Is put up by tho best known lican building. nnd Bulk Kraut. full and complete lino of Candles, 1(. E. Leo Slmmermnu was firms and presentn a ncut and atJudge u. u. tuck roimcco company jKrults Nuts Ualslnap ami, i 8hort, tractive appearance Look oMjr our uasino inLoulHvlllo this week. voiuuuiruy raiseu tne price oner- - anytMng you mny ueetl m the Mr. Al."llean spent several days lino.' cd by thorn and accepted by the Equl- - Faucy and Generai Grocory lino at llor linn rincolvcd llo barrels of ty Society. The. price accepted by ! in Louisville this week. nrlcD8 thal wn pleas0 ali save you Cliumlcy',"of"Slmmoiit:. tho most choice Malgra Grapes to the society was $13 to $7 but wasjnl0IKy Everything-noMr. Morris and fresh. Ev raised by Tuck to ? 13.50 to meet tin Christmas demand. wns in Hartford Tuesday. $7.50 Wo also have a complete Uno of your henrt and taste This voluntary erything that action on tho pnrt of your Ilubber Hoofing from boys. Prices could desire In the candy and fruit tho purchasers brings Joy to tin Flroworks for tho Acton" Uros., Hnrtford, Ky. 24t2 ' right. Your patronage, solicited lino. hearts of the Equity poolers and oth- Prompt attention given to all orMrs. C. SI. Bnruett returned MonWo hnvo a jutbf Woven WIro ers who expect to sell to this compaday from a visit In Nashville. Remember the place THE ders. Fence, which wo purchased before ny. BLUE FRONT OKOCKRV. '.Mr. James Glenn returned from .i tho advance In price. It "will pay The ladies ot the Methodist churrn 24t2 J A. NELSON, Prop. buslnonK trip to Dayton, Ohio, Friday. you to seo us before buying. Alclosed their bazar last night. For'a full line of Caudles, Oranges ACTON IIUOS.. though tho receipts wero not up to In Honor of Miss McKeuuej. nd Apples see 24 12 Hartford. Ky. tho standard of former years the Miss Winnie Davis Slmtuermun It. L. DEVEll & CO. 2it2 . Is Winter TTiicre "and The "weather bazar was a success. It Is tho gen- entertained u number of her friends Acton BrosTaro iieaditunrtcrs for cold. Wo have tho best thing for eral opinion that tho ladles made a Saturday evening with a theater parChristmas Toys and Notions for tho this kind of weather that you ever mistake when they discontinued serv ty in honor of SIIhs Ella McKcnney, 24t saw nnd that is a Hot Blast Coal ing tho regular meal that had grown" of Beaver Dam. ACTON BnOS., T For a- - gobT) useful gift for Christ- - Heater. famous in this section. Tho decis A lunch ot sandwiches and chocomus, go to th.e- - Ohio County Drug 2412 J.Hlrtrd' y' ion to xlispcnse with tho dinner was late was served for tho guests. who-waj 'MltchcllTSyf6?coiored, Company's. TOudo'on'account of tho increase In -: r- 1Administrator's Notice. Don't forget Acton Bros, for that convicted of voluntary manslaughter tho price pf food stuff, but It was exAll persons having claims, against pleco oC dcAv Furnlturo that you at the last term of Circuit Court, was pected by'customers of tho bazar that Many Hun sing tyteaf . 24t2 convoyed to tho Eddy villa penltentla- - the Indies would likewise raise their tho estate of ,R,L..Taylpr,' deceased, j want for XmtiB.. l O.' price.are, hereby noflflod to present' same ,8. L. StovemTlEdj:"D7Taylor. ot ry last Monday by Sheriff S. ifino uoioro wero hero Keown. Mr. Kcown returned Tucs-.Cromwell vicinity, D. Woolfblk BorrowTot Loxing-'to- 10 njo, properijr proven, on, or will bo the February lstioi?,. qr they v' iay' ' and Mr. A. W. Logan, city, reMonday on bUBlnesa. I tS give im- -' in Munsing Wear ' eer- - cently completed a very successful forover barred. lr. anifAiriririv'Tnyror aro Vis- - Mrs: A. U. Whtto'mterwltha pressipWT' . '" SILAS L. STBVUNS. Itlng their son and daughter., Mr.,nud loua, accident last Friday morning lilnl hunt of several djiys. tir. Bar Administrator. 'When1 parfind dhlcngo. ' ,Vch ihe;fcl;down tho steps leading row uaggeu mo limit, or twoivo earn of Hre. Jno. P. Taylor, of '.. Irge-'DcHcl- t, rj Her hip was jdny-nn' between 200 and 300 quails to her apartments. ' JsUcIbk a Munsino Wear For n period of rest und an enjoy killed 'by Mr. LoGen.f atlirf&ftwo to Dr. Hoan picture ,jB9wa9.h!?U?5!WPESiS. werostated In an the parCy yesterday- Washington, Dec. r Surprised anrf a gan lntcrviow each' show. .Sharpe, quartermaster general of '' ' ' , ,spm very ed yesteruay. ' fHi ijo;uauNJrPwepiur en tlie .'H&use largo coveynqf quail and seemed 'to ltneArfa7v''t6 CoHirAltfeft toOaV'thtt thd- War De- at'n Tney noon yesterday And at pros hout birttho'oplnion thatthey havofeUt- defi R. K'HBVBU '& Cti, Wt4; jfored Hftle from Oiro open season. He Mtitisinb Wear so last nleht ecvornl Inches ot t j;jJ(fnFlorshce-,LoHii- ' ' loft Wedncw- - .HoecyJwtuff lay upon thu grpuud. The Jtattf fio e3spflct(4' tfipm to bdevon cit flow on? uccou'fit ot tho etraordl '4' ' nary 'expensfrfitorttho "border jnoblll11 lSfor' LoniavlHe.,whoro- nhq WahJ lroundK jWfrozen wjlon M;o noV: moro plentiful 'inv.thiB, secttoit, net; katlon,'Untf prealcto thattqi-N- ' . V bo,ha guest of Mrs- .- Clhrenco buW "ttio of Ik year llmt-'a- t present. Ho recently 1,44 tlonal Guard wcfo"ltcpt thoro until ker: ;f- - found n-- covey- - of about eevcnty-flving pcr-f'ectfittfroni "rtielteiKwJfon strtkidg'rlfo carlo. 3itigWearf of thc dollJuno at . V .' Jtil ttlnds ot prencntb, "from toya VJn hnvo somo .bargains In cut' ed to Washington today Btatos, OfferUi( DIr lMceg For taifiio most U9cfutsprtie!caf aro. to ,gVass, servlag traya.Ivory! Tuck- & .Co.' "'. Tobacco. experbo''lSlund at thu Ohio County Jwug1 arid ebony t Form For Hale. tn ind ft'peclal prlcj. Will rccelvo all pooled tobacco at Company a. discover, now long 275, acre farm, 4& mlloa from on leather bound dictionaries. Holr adbis Nancy- Ford ""of Uowllng ly piper and Clirtafmoa curds ani $1.00 advance on Trash: "and '50c miles from Princeton, Ky., 3vance on other grados, as per tholr Scotssjmrg. . , Ouo-thlr-d level, ono-thlOrn,.si)eiit Thanksgiving with Mlna scalal 'Coma ind aeo. '. letter b$ldw; child; hill. Good rolling nnd one-thiDulw at Hogan College Ruflscllvlllo OHIO C01INTV DRUO CO. ' To the Tobacco Growers pf tho iwflllng, 2 tenant houses, a Charllp Button was pretty badly Grcon River District: Beginning or,Wp will solvo that meat problem laeorute Jn a tight with John Boono Monday, Dec. 11, 1910, wo will bo stock and tobacco barn,: 9 acres in Wear water. for.Tyou. Seo SI. T. Likens for fresh near OwVipsboro Sunday. chard and good never-fallin- g Although open to receive at thu factories ot Located on public road. Will sell nndcured mcatB. Prices right. At his wounds nro numerous It Is re- tho Tobacco Co., HartMunsing Wear Mobro'a old stand. ported that they nro not thought to ford, Ky.. Fordavllle, Ky Whltcs-vill- on easy terms, or will trade tor small tf farm or city property. Apply at Tho Our Clilnawafd will" solve tho prob- bo serious, nurton wad released Ky , Calhoun. Ky., Clovorport, 10,000,000 Munsing Wear garwhy tf from Jail hero about two weeks ago. Ky., Owcnsboro, Ky., nil pooled or Hcpubllcau Ofllce. lem. Vou aro always welcome to " i sold wo tako pleasuro In SuporlntouTlent BtarEST of the uupoolod tobacco at tho following For K.ilo Houso and lot In Hart from 50c .howlnw you ut Ilgr'o I. rson dfvislon ot tho L. & NT prices, batied ou grados which uro Feu ford, Cheap at $3Cp. Apply at this Ihava a few choIca.thorouBh bred, Railroad, wa3 In Hartfqrd Monday H1H.U in viium ua iiiyou ufiuruu u rOQlCC. VJU WHmJ Plymouth Rook (;ooUeroJ3 or and looKlnj over thl Tobacco the Farmers V. that Anoclutton: of (lia roid. Jt U H'a-lUifik.U. lh VithoX trdla for tfilu. ' Vfiv Sale. 1 i No. 1 lus $10.00 1'P UOi.U fal 11 a i i .. .il U. .4 100 aortw No. 1 l at $13.50 270 nqrw ,qf ,lsnd, T JAOOQJI. Hartferd, RS- tho near fu- - No 2 leif 10.60 No. a lugs , 9 00 hortoat Jaud; Underlaid with coal i Owerwbore, Sf. H. & V . C,"?. Mr: o ,'. i.ar 9 oto s.ro "li'iuy of watr. tin.ber and bmld-- i No. 3 luga wat hero Mon''v i "il Iim lit n oar trw. S no No 4 lurs j o 4 l.'i'f 00 ll, I'otwetti Rod' str anil IU iv m ii Cir-- s Ti Ar Wo Dof cattle 1. t 0 o Ko ' P., '11 r0 MRS F i' f " ii t' ji. ,r st "At nor to bo (' '? oi All Ir t I t i', ' l"f ' ' 1" Vtuis at ' " il' l UliItT ttOCn' II -. i' 0"IU' ' !.t '.:, zuu. C O lUCL &, CO ihi Olii. JB-tfaoiuaaiuii , I i Hartford Republican. ut - ... Followiog our usual custom we have now placed on sale our winter stock ot Millinery at greatly reduced prices. To those who have not plied .themselves, this is a splendid opportunity to get your headwear. 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 that saves you money. i f ! Izkjl&Gb. The Whole Family fra l, out-of-to- UNION SUIT 1 Munsing'Wear and you will be comfortable this winter. folks seem to think The .- - w n, quality and careful workmanshiji undoubtedly they nv,, that abafee-Nowtrcola-t- or rpHnP?c? W d l'.-Maj'o- 'they like best, they re usually ticufar -- out the price the style and fabric that again wnen dliflhted; - ' t)artsle(ir-Iatodv.iI'?25-,00,'0- (ul. ;fecYs;s4;mfo(r.tablv'V';'' on their ieyrcacnantea - it fit oorfcctlv. Pt, " iJ 8 - - chas-sgrolp- ". o. rd rd Kw-Democr- tlye-roo- m Hoss-Vaug- o, comes back the wash as as ever. " The climax to their jWunsingrWw ience comes when they it wears. For anylmaft.woman or tall, tlim. stout, there's shortj perfecting Munsing' garment any style, fabric or weight desired. These features explain annually. ments to 2.50 per suit. Prices flitMfaretfrWd'whethVWun there are Tudy p!-i- c lj It.-ifnVo- Carson .l" & Co i V NJ-AI- IsrTPtfOPC1, i I ( i l i ?'V v ' MUv aryj '' jv- - w- -, jn. -- jim;;.. OR LEAVE Farm pepartment r JjllOrxVit. '. r 500,000 pounds of honey, I1A.UTFORI, KY. ttriiiM of grasshopper compelled to alt up and take noWill practice kU profivsion In M Tho destruction $1,150 In Ono Year rVotn 3:10 Kmcs. and adjoining couallcs. Comnsvrp ggs by fall plowhiK. disking, .nnil tice gutiisuth ii which keeps houses wait In;.' Tho reasons for this development "Tho sheep farmer must bo recommended otthen nd Criminal Prncttoe n Siwrlalty, 'JiirrowlnB ytH tun years for the privilege- - of be-- , of, beekeeping aro dcsorvlng of a few good farmer," said Mr. Peay, o coming one of Its customers. This eon- practicable. HOTELbrAMERfCAN IDEALS' words at thU time. Why Is it that Ooodlettsvllle, Tonn., recently. "II icui only has ten or twelve customers 1 I T tVADK KTIIATION tiri'Ol' MKW Ullrlr, corn an active Interest in tho business has hns to keep something growing o1 In America. It 1ms refused for jem-- t rmmwrli. K Allowing animals to harvest up in the. past 15 years, whllo his laud In tho winter, nnd that pn to have more, and its luuthods of d In t city wlitrc good hotel laoor of cutting, husking, grown Tcs the STRATT0N &. MARTIN ; abound, th Fojnroatan hcati th lug hauling to Uio feed Jrt. and hnifllnR In nil the preceding years of our his- ' vents washing nnd glvcg him some ' cnt. business arc amazingly ludct'cnd Int. t Attornoys at Law beekeeping was relegated .to thing to turn under for the ihetiuflt o ' tory c manure .hack on the land. It'll first la the bcirti of lu To llluitrate: If you want to buy countrymen. CROMWELL, - KY. the Umbo of vocations unworthy of his null." goods you nsk when men It has long been known that th see them. write nnddate is set. you can their profession In UiU I Wlli practice Delicious tablo sirup can be made serious notice of Then a lint in. and djolulng cuuntlcs. Collection. apples by .home nnd women? Poultry raising emerg- slump has a golden hoof and nmkc ' stead of n tmlcfuiiiiu calling nt your of- from cull .and waste Commercial and Criminal Practice Ike you pack your llttlo grip, sail to . jMtlioda developed by tho United ed from that Umbo a UtUo earlier rich land. It is coming now to bo ge . tTnrj, England nnd take a taxi to llolboru Prompt than beekeeping, but tlte latter is I orally recognized that profltahl and vlgurui j Spoclalty. JBtates Department of Agriculture. M j now gaining on its rival for favor, Sheep husbandry requires good win viaduct, Loudon., Here Midi goods ns service- - Notary in office. Jjf5i!i,.'frJL4iliiV. ( the hotwp caies to hImiw ore spread beproved ler pasturo ns well as good Bummo Limestone soils In general aro par- nnd for some Bgiople It has fore you. You look t them, take or as good a business and, for a few, pasture. Green fields in white ticularly well .suited to alfalfa, but leave, an mills your pleasure, and If means prosperity, as we have .so of j you brfj you pay The Tonlialan i tritncJ, even such lands are frequently acid tho better of tho two. the prlfo stated with i n. ten said before. It. excel The adoption of the movable-fram- e out quibble or question. Sometimes I and require liming to grow this crop ltnt , location on rrnnvvtranu How well this combination o tho price In $150,000. mnnotlme Avcn-jchive had something to do with it. vjK). I3tli anil II Street!, successfully. ! ' Ky. nakct It n detirabte heatlquar. sheep, grass and winter grains ha (NX), ami Incidentally the transaction Is Our people, always Uiw lor bn.UI coulri, toiyitt paints, ci.ent!ons. Schools and have adhered to tho box hive paid Mr. Peay may be Judged iron luvniliilily C. O. I). canaries, 7.0S0 About 21G.037 Highway and .jllcces. , Is yon don't like If partridges. 15,841 pheasants, 5,345 too long. They know It now, bo there I tho fact that on his hill farm of Jess shown you go home empty what Tlit Powhatan attracti the handed rn-plDcsifjn. j of cultun. and education. miscellaneous game birds, and 26,-7- can bo no harm in making the than 200 acres, about 100 in grass - there Is nothing else to lu. One nmti Its tirnximiljr to Stale. War and nongamo birds wcro Imported confession public. But the movable-fram- e Ihe keeps 110 ewes, from -which thli- ucmimii mm nawed ami Hesitated rot .Saw Ueiurtmrnls. alto to many i r joints ol liiitoricat interest, hive alono could never have year no som i.iou wurui i i i.- .... ...,,. laiuui occasion, and on in in 1914 under Federal pexmli. makes this hotel itpiaJly at wo and wool. Doesn't that make jrot ' qulry he explained thnt he didn't quite led to tho rapid Improvement tractive to c dicr:niinatiut; pub lie, like the guilds, so the representative During 1915 the total road and have recently wltuesscd In Kentucky. warn to go Into tho sheep raising? Th Powhatan oiTcra room bade him 'good day, and It wan sonic Kven those who usod the modern Southern Agriculturist. with detached bath at $1.50. bridge expenditures In tho United $2 CO and up thing oer two jeaM before he wa Rooms with pn. . many parts ' States amounted to about $282,000,-00- hive were handicapped In vte bath, Jl.JC, JJ.C0 and up. n "PlwrluiiUy to cither like or A few hours spent In tho study of of the state by u lack of forage in Write for tiooLlct lth mip, of which probably not over llll- - IHllll'F at which season tho feed and feeding this wjnter will add llflllt' concern Is thetilll" Illllll. llL'.VVlUt 1.IM, KY. represented tho value of the midsummer, CLIFPORU M LEW'S. London Diamond The M.iiufer their stores nnd dollars to your Income next year. bees exhausted nyndlcate. owners of (he South Afrl .statute and convict labor. sometimes failed to secure In the Southern Agriculturist. i iiiii diamond mines, the l)e Beers, Pre-Ofllcc J runes Taylor's Livery llnrir. 4 inttT ami the biiliince of the earth's Whllo corn culture under droug- fall, when asters bloomed more pnsluceis .of line clones. Its annual hty conditions Is largely a matter of than enough .to carry them through j business with the United States tot.ils I - the winter. talcing chances with seasonal condlFOR FLETCHER'S nliout $10.OD0,fitai. and Its expense for The Increased interest In and W tfons, certain controllable conditions salesmen runs n little less than noth j 1 growth of the Industry Is largely duo i lug. New York Sun. of coll and seed often determine the to tho Introduction and more generSHi puccess or failure of the crop. Kflicicnt Hair Ke.storcr. S iuhi irvailtir vUUik'4 la al plurttlng of sweet clover (Melllo-tu- s ' utHAiu PAT C N TO il routitt h . or im r.v CRYSTAL BASKETS. It could hardly have been caused alba). Without' this plant our THAT fAY. .lten(Uinil)ivuUi.at our '? HUMERI Boy ltcnns a Promising Crop. mwvw. by old age the man hnd been bald-- j irclv MLti I,rlp y ii l(j klrti for beekeepers have no more than held buj trntM. ttlK'WtT FRCC rrrt to Mako Handom Ornaments very .Notable progress has been made for years. ' on ntnuUllir yrt" nuibv SUH- their own, and have not made , a headed, hnil Iippii a ' Alum Solution. With an In bringing about tho commercial PAsaiNo nircrtNccs. rorriraiinu Them tinu when uiinn on lroniai,i !! in writ lu great deal of money. With It they Water will, especially when bolllnfi. utilization of soy bean seed for tho find beekeeping a profitable busi- of tho innumerable preparations calBO3-B0- & Sovonth dissolve large quantities of various WA3HINOTON, Strsat, D. C. manufacture of oil, meal, and var- ness. This seems to bo the secret culated to prevent the falling nut ious more or less complex products, of hair had been tried, but his halrj00O,ed , I)C forn) of success which has according to tho nnnual report of of much of the Kentucky in had ceased to fall only when not ,IKi ),..,.. itlfnl ..rrutnii Hi., .imuw nt como to beekeeping-i- n Chief of the Bureau of Plant Inoven a fringe remained. the , which may vary with the nubstiince years. dustry. Tho soy bean, the report recent One may take ndvautace i Dtit the man was contented. He j employed. states, Is welt adapted to the whole of this fact to make very handsome wore a wig not a small, tight-fit-- 1 Where to Set the Trees. cotton belt, and indeed to the whole ting one, hut a largo, bushy one. lint . erunmenU. says a contributor to the WILL YOU Ono should strive for broad one day on tho street, as a wind ! ''"cc'rieai Hxperlmenter GUAKANTEKD 8KUVICK corn region. In tho cotton belt It Hoi Ing water will TAKE a much One hundred per cent promises to bo an Important ele- stretches of grass in planning the caught away tho man's hat. his wis q nUm tt)I(, The principal tree was snatched, too. Uarcheaded. In- - t,.r. r n.p lllssl0lV(. vnlue. Special work for W. ment wherever the acreage of cotton home grounds. Ir M n,cn ,unl IH O. W. has been reduced. The Immature planting should bo made on the deed, the owner made a futile grab, ' possible in the former as the liquid W. F. STEVENS. bean seeds make, a very delicious north of the bouse lot, for protec- Mien waited while a small boy gave eri stills of alum will lie deixislled I A Treifaen' vgeable and are canned with ease. tion, from winter winds, and on the chase. A It F. D. 7. "U any object pl.teed In the Ihlld. Hartford. Ky. ' Representing Continental Inasmuch ns soy beans can be more west to provide nfternoon shade. "Sonny." bald the man, na he ' P'ece of eoke or elnder ullo'wtxl to (or WEAK If trees are set along the high- iratoftilly rewarded the boy. "you're s'!,",, " " ,wll,r wdutlon of ilium will cheaply produced than any other Marble & Grnnlto Co. -.- iiip LUNGS or nllli numerous glisten- bean seed. It is believed that there is way or drive, they should not bu tho quickest hair restorer I have tT. -- The a large field for the canning of green placed too close forty to. fifty fee; or found CONSUMPTION Christian Herald will have the tipiicut-.tm.-- e ,.. ., ... -- , of a natural , ... eoy beans. Efforts are now being is a good distance and the row i.v luriuuu iiinii'i-.uuii.- ii rq'cviineii. (ood I "or made to induce canning factories to should bo perfectly straight. In the urnuuiciitnr iinsitcts, etc., may oe "Wnnit A quick rrllcf for that tlrrd, vafit. frrllnt. In desire to get shade as soon as possl- Chaniberlaln'h Tablets aro excel- formed in thl way by covering wire, put tho product on the market. oAixoUa, -I In tul nloKl Kmfir They are or willow basket. The baskets cot If II d jhacc.. weak luae or the growing of the soy bean audxln ble, people frequently plant trees lent for constipation . ty ! tttlp JM II C( yU BOIOtUK. manufacturing products therefrom closo together, and later when they pleasant to take and mild and gentle ered with wire nnd then cotton are Lock Box 010 OHIO MEDICAL 00. the United States can successfully negtu to crowii one anotuer, tne in effect. Obtainable everywhere, in the must BUccesHiul, m the surface to COLUMPIIO rt be coated with crystals must be tome. : compete with the Orlept, planter has not- - the courage to cut E?V Tm M ftH "J K' I J VI i what roiiffh. Take twice ns much wanu,t those that should be cut, nnd the KIKHHHMK.V HKCKIVK $5 KOH hlliwniiifcaniMMiW ter as will lo sufficient to cover the FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE PKAHL ONCJ-- AVOKTH $5,000 basket, boll it in a saucepan trees become unshapely nnd unCftht of ISourdlliK Hired Help, Diitolved In water for douche stppi ami add " nclvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflam- jw mnelialiim m wM dlolrq n (he .t cosfs fiss H year to board a sightly. AND CURE LUNGS Columbus, Ind., Dec. 9. A pearl xnter. A quart of water will requite imatloru Ercomnjcndrd by Lydia E. Unless one Is as ready to use the hired hand, acording to estimates rinKnam mta. .o, tor ten year. years ago in a mussel nlKint elgfileen ounces of alum. Strain ho should found three A healing vronder for natal catarrh, lurnised to tho Department of Ag- I axe as the planting spade, setting WITH the sholl at Devil's Elbow on White Riv- this through muMlu or blotting paiw ore throat and tore eyet. Economical. riculture by 1.000 farmers represent give generous spaco when Into a lartre Jar ami hang the basket in Hu citncnnry cIcamiqc and cnndJl twrr. er by Charles Haveron and James widely separated sections in 14 trees. ing the boiling liquid. Stand the Jar on 3uc m dniriun. or br I Except In relation to roads, drives, Walker, fishermen of this city, and one nlde to cool and keep ftee from , roJ. Th PuiooToHel Compmr. BoKocMm. States. The average derived from walks, shade trees valued by local Jewelers at $5,000, dust. In a few hours the basket will these" estimates are embodied In De- - and straight y to J .T. Roberts, of be completely covered with white cry- rnici: partment Bulletin 410, recently pub- - should not bo planted In rows; but at was sold arv. FRR mm. . .. irregular distances, making groups Terre Haute, for $G, Tho finders litis of alum. Should It be desired to i OVEH 66 YCAnS Trial BctUe Frti nri..,l. entitle,! "Value to Farm Fam. OLDS and'shnpe, so were holding the pearl for iuoro mon- qolor the crystals add the' lequlslte ' EXPCRICNCE AN0LUNQTI10UBLCS AND ALL THROAT Hies of Food, Fuel, and Uso of Huso." irregular In number ey when tho European war broke out dyesluu" to (he alum solution before GUARANTEED SATISFACIOB'Yl It was found that the total annual placed as to reveal tho b6st views straining It. A few drops of cheap j pearls slumped. OB MONEY BESUNDED. cost per person of board for hired that may be had from the housf, and nnd the prJco of dye will serve the urpoo well. Traactavargcu . always Thoy continued to hold It, hut In the help varied from $104 In Vermont conceal unsightly objects, remove, a and Pennsylvania to $162 In New having In mind broad stretches of meantime they, tried to Sha Would Net Call Names. Jejsey, and .'pat the percentage of grass, where the shadows of groups slight defect in tho pearl, with the The count superintendent of school. m arSw35ffi!!?r rrtAT! MAmta It almost kn thtiTcosi puld out 111 Crtsh Varied of trees and' sliiglo specimens may result that they made MUs Whltejiead (whose hair was alDcaiotia PrAf'33wr CopyrusH-- s &c. W valueless. onjoyed. a most white!, was paying a visit to from 1C per cent In North Carolina be raft AnTOn.'tnrt't 3 i;iJk',ir,i' " r I I IlO.H lirlli' r r. country school. At tho close of the OUI LIT linrei Do not plant a lawn as yfill wotiid to 49 per cent Iff California. This " I11TI r irHmt ,u" .' II' I' sellout, wheJi tjie children went troop-hit- c 'placed at SWOHDl'ISH HAMS HOLE IX JC'tc.il I'inu i.nnfiinfniifmnrrrNnrnl' '.a ti"iMiiKtlT, mi d in tho an orchard, with the trots r jiercontago is about vf riiTuniptW' ' A.ii.i''ii l"'W 'lOOtKlUll t,.i iuiir-- . U4lL ici.i -' . (M"i out. each one said. "Hood by. MUs If, H. KXOIXEKItlXO HO.VT 14UTUU. liiKi p. uiiiw.ii. 1 laKrii tiifiiiL.i, ,iui tiroi - regular IntoVvalsr- The effdet-ittill. till eastern soctlon studied, about onerrrrtal ttutite. wllhout Cl lu IUD in ail coorirnirn. Whitehead!" Hut one little girl,. with frrtij nt 1. 111 gien ta.c ami, Statos, in the corn-be;!! fourjh Calves'toji, Tho United red hair, said nth!iijj and hung her SCICnttl-- C Tex. Plant ft Variety of. .trees get va still Iws in thee. Southern States. to p.isn. Mis Pitant and Infringemtnl Practice LxclusUcW. Ahnndomolrlllnlr(il("l wffklr. Ijrcct elr. foliage, flowors, and States engineering launch Nueces bend. As she was about riety in fa.rm, ico ur rom tu us At clitjtlo'i t f'T f urtilln Joiirual, '1 ruin, f i n Whitehead put out her hand and snld: lit) CltttOi EtrMt, cur CslUd CUtM TiUtt cac. I ttuiabynll nowitmnT. roar; f..iirnii)"UH,l. .was rammed by a llWodt swordflsli Agriculturist. , "Nellie, are you not going to say vAEWNCTon, o. c. Horse Drink at Pub- fruit. Southern Don't lAt Your whllo In tho Intercoastal canal goodby to me as the others have?" lic Troughs. Xkmrrhtimim.'Zt K FU WuhUmlou. U. U. Caney Creek and tho IJrazos "No. I'm not." nnswored Nellie. "1 Plant Shrubbery in Masses. Tho public watering, rKh is u according to Capt. Geo;g,o know what it Is to be called 'Miss Ked- sUmb'geiK Itlvcr, In planting 'shruun, tho jiulsanco that should bo abolished.. It IJrcdegast, commodore of he ongl- - .bcjid,' and I'm Just nhhamed of the is easy to comprehend 'tho'nec&sfty. vral rult'S shduld bel"DbsJrverfilMitss u'eerh1! dredging fleet, who was on" others." youths Companion, which compels tho doing away with them in groups or borders or Irreg- Iho Haunch when, tho attacK , occurhat tho public roller towol, the bar of ular outline, . ndi remember Different. red.! i i ,',, Boap and public drinking cup! 'and iJli'cJy'aro fn leaf fpr months but In Thomas junior rather, what docs A, big hole ,was, mittlo in the Nuo-ca- s thts-t- ho beautiful flowthe same af.gume.iU8 for abolishing ''flower onlyfor.ajs.hbr't llm,'t3o'a4iiy below the water line, but it was elifier mean In the public watering trough- aro ap- tho tinting and jform of foliage jis Jjpt afloat. Tho fish, was shot und ers grew on either bank? Thomas Senior It means both don't wo-rto welt as me nowering naoii oi miruus. plicable, tuivo that thcy'unply hauled aboard. Tho sword measur- my child. Two bouw luter. Thomas A good planting of shrubbery near bono and not' man.' ed live fejOt lu, length, .Capt.' Preder-ga- st Senior (who uteets hl son and Uclr WcCALL rATTEKNS pritct 1.1, umpiuityiM Ccltbrited (or tyle, It Is common knowledge that bomc the .highway' willisprcou ,t,he Jiouse rtllibllit nearly 40 year. Sold in nearly sald.v crying bitterly) What's the matter, g ' enry city and town In I In United State an A ImCmmWullLmEniMMmyJK. : ' of tho worbt diseases of horses.such lot irom pupuc view, wmio aumu-tlnUoo-oo- l HiWIV3HB(tLiHK3iiHB KLViaFl my child? ThomaH Junior Canada, or by mail direct. More raid thai ' ' plenty o,f sunsit'lne.''' transat, glanders and straugles, are any oilier make. Send lor liec uUloruc, There were two apples on the tablo-a- nd Nervous Wprorp. MAGAZINE Most of ouryardsiar.o too on.eu to mitted in this iway. Some of the mother wild I could have eltber-a- nd tMcCAUS uuccriber than any otriei UHilot When tho nervDiisnc,sB Is caused Moie TJhoy look U3 though transportation compattlosi pluce no- t.h.0 passer-bwhen I took both she spanked ine! tnagaxlne million a cionth. Invaliuutr. IM la- ofte;i ,tjie case, .by constipatioiifins cat (tyle. patterns, diesanialilns. millinery, Pearson's Weekly. tices In their establishments to the their only" uso was to give pleasure yon will get quick relief by .taking plain tewlnu, UDcy nccuiewoix.nairurciiint;, cUquette, pood ttorlca, etc. Only W cent to tho stranger, when they should Chiimborlnln'rt.TabletB. effect that teamsters aro not to water These tab ' Tear (worui double), including a Ine pattern. An Earthquake. Subscribe today, or (end tor (arunle copy. nt public watering troughB, . under, servo tho bolter purpose of making lets also improve the, digestion. . ObTho teetetnry of tigilculture asked rP"ONDEBFUL INDUCEMENTS penalty of dlsmlsiral.' It Is quite cer- the yard (julto us much a part of the tainable everywhere! m brine the chief of the weather bureau, "As n t to Agent, rostal offers. premium catalogue Addret new cath prie tain, that this is tho most' common homo as tho ,1i6ubo itself. scientific man can you tell mo anything f g and (disCO. VSt la ItS W. J7tk SL, KIW TOKJI To acompllsh. tills, boino study 13 KcUll ihcans of spreading strangles nn eartlinuake?" Tho lllble. Interpreting dcJlulto about temper) among horses and tho pub- uocessary, und careful planning, but a "Certaluly 1 enn," replied tho weatb. Sunday school An' Oklahoma lima HBtmGW2 ehd'tild bo legal- successful planting gives privacy to ILLUSTRATIONS lic watering trough 300 ARTICLES-3- 00 given a lesson on tho er man, who is witty as well as wlsu. had tho lawn whllo .affording tho passer- teacher Son, am wished to test tho "An earthquake Is a great movement KVEP iDformed.pf.tho World's ProgreM In ; ly abolished. Prodigal v hngliiecring, Mechanics nnd Invention, l'or by tho great pleasure of seeing a estate." Father nnd Son ena All tho Family. It nppeaU attention the class had paid to his Jn real n " "',' .vl"?;cvr avorlto ami women Hockocpcrri And Their Work lu Ken-tuek- homo which may bo fully enjoyed It is tho ulu, ""S1. teachings. Msiasliio lu thousands of Cauio of the Taste. iiu.v lurounQuui vuuwori'i uur forciAja und yard equally. house f (XirrnMiidBU uro constantlr i u tho woTiii ho said, "who "Now, children," "This cako tastes a trlllo iiueer. my " lor tUiuc nuw and Intonistlnu and It tho A llttlo thought will lead Tho business of producing honey was sorroy thnt tho Prodigal had. ro- - dear. How did you make It?" Written So You Can Understand It homo-buildto so plan that there is and honeybees has made rapid strides turned?" No ono replied, but all "I mado it from a rcclpo I cut from . .wv..vw. ...uvB MTiMmii t.?ft.7.?.KrW??0.?l.XU 1DI Succeed vhen everything ehs falls. iiuiisiui iiiu viuyj lor in Kentucky recently and has taken a convenient relationship to barn seemed lost In thought. Finnlly.the a magazine. I hnvo qulto n collection larnisn to do tbliit-riiuuil tlie llouio. In nervous prostrntJri'i and femalo (w " raining as n yard, garden, orchard, and lawn. Tho a'ati . (llrlaMlinlllr.. Ii. hidLaIT,!.,,. . .., I Br tun lloys suO Ita place besldo poultry Ii.SiJ youngster In tho clnsi of'rcclpes. Hero Is one." weaknesses the ere the supremo most forward i and h (iiitlliK jitlncs, ltuuts. Know "Uml This U for cleaning n straw noticeable feature of tho Agriculture vegetable garden should bo conven- ventured. "Tho fatted calf." remedy, 1.3 thousands havo testified. JiooA Juw..y r'urulturo. (to. luntuln. lu trui.tluus(ortlialvchiuli.',(aiiipcruilbuituau Courleournal. of tho State. When single heokeopora ient to Kitchen und to barnyurd, and g FOR KlDNCYjLlVEn AND emoLc copies, i.o..penrwtw m -- . produco 12,000 pounds of honey In a It may easily bo separated from tho STOWACH TROUBLE muwif r sitmi I, ih sfclMlshsr luuuiila ccpy wui ba sent en raaueat. every one When tho trco, Ii fallen get ns muuh lawn by a flower garden, or a medicine ever S'M It is tho tet season and sometimes POPULAn MECHANICS MAQAINE goeth to it with his batebot. v over n dtugglst'a counter. FOR FLETCHER'S pergola (a pergola Is an miuiiitn hVtnui. tlUL-anus 40,000 pounds; when 5,000 colon-ie- 8 tmmmmatimamimmmMimmMKmmm urbor with ono sldo opuu In one harvest of bees produco J ' , w to sunshlno and view.) TTho main lawn should bo at tho rUIo of the liouso rathor than in front; In nn ovent, tho sldo lawn should bo mens tirably screened from the front In carefully planned grouping of shrubarc nnd vines. Southern Agriculturist , TAKE THEM THEM. j To Be Allowed to Buy From This Company Is a Sort of Favor. Soiuo exclusive clubs nre nett to Itn possible to brewk into, hiii-I- i ns tho (or hair club, the Into J. I'lcriiont .Morguit founded, for oviwple, but they Ii.ivt nothing on one world known or-- , iO?' HOTEL jJ"1 Profoslonfc Otto C. Marti AtUraey at Law '.. ;jej!aSsf!S - ! i :oijMoiCc.E Beaver Dam, , e, j pen-banc- Drainage -- 47 t- , i DR. 0. E. HART i I 0, $15,-000,0- ';" V RT KRINARY SURG RON ' 4 f! f Children Ory CASTO R A bald-headed, EicemftKl TltADC-MAIIK- Ey ,.,,, j ,' ' OUR s GERMINAL REMEDY .! SEaBRvm . KjpT o Every Woman I'll FOR ONE MONTH ok m J ' killthethe couch i Dr. King's New Discovery rOUCHS e3irr. pl j ira V -- - m . 1 riii-M- 11 one-thir- - s 11 '. lt andJse ir-- coMr.4i.-j.c-v- 1. .HtMflOT. 1 AV 1 - y. ,' y. . POPlMOffiCHMICS ALAGAZIND uunar-me- '' y. er ectrs BStters 1 s l 'IfU-sry- 1 hat.,,-Louls- vllte vlne-covur- ed Children Cry V CASTORIA r, ) r AMERICAN AtvMyi CAMERA' MEN. SKVKN. PISH, FROZEN IN ICE FOR MONTIIH, HWIM IV specialty of Horseshoeing t We also mako apatronago in this line. oarneatly solicit your Respectfully yours, t en the Alert to Anticipats Events of the News. It In nnfr to any that American cam-er- a men lead tho world In ulcrinesi and anterpriso and In Unit Illusive tnl rut kow as "news sense." The news phnteRrnpliur is expected to nutlclpato the ncwR. do must look far ahead, cu leu In to future news vnhics and supply photographs which events montlw Inter may render valuable, Lonjr before the presidential nominations aro made, for lnstnnoe, ho must secure portrait sludh-s- , not only of the prob-nhl- o nominees of every party, hut of 0 possible dark horses. When the names of tho nominees arc flashed over the country Hio newspapers must have ready to publish. The news of the Krc;it nnvnl Imttle between the EiikIIsIi nnd Ocnnnn fleets off the coast of Jutland nmo absolutely without warning, hut nevertheless . tho Amcrlcnn papers were nhlo to pub-lwithin the hour photographs of the vessels engaged. Tho photographs had been collected monWis, even years, before In nil parts of the world nnd kept itgnliwt n possible time of need hi thou-winof newspaper olflces. Even the unexpeeted death of the president of China did not catch the American papers impplng, nnd the cabled announcement of bis death was Illustrated with his portrait anil that of his successor and his cabinet. All photographs of news Interest with EBP even a remote chance of having any future value are carefully preserved and classified In newspaper oulces. Tho great dallies have enormous collections of suuli views gathered In all parts of the world, which arc kept in readiness against n time of need. One linn in New York has a collection, which Is constantly growing, of upward of a million such pictures. Tho collections contain thousands of portraits of people In the public life of every country in the world. "Every city of Importance has been photographed, Uoforo you buy you should examine our hand as well as scenes Illustrating every 'J,'hoy run lighter, are made of J made farm wagons concelvablo human activity which by material and last far longer than any J tiny chance may figure in the news. t.lm vnrv Let some accident occur, some event of .. .. !.... . i miihar wlillt. u uuj " uenernl Interest In the most remote niaclunu made wagon you corner of the world, a battle, a storm, price you pay. au earthquake, any untoward event, nnd by drawing on tho inexhaustible Blaeksmithing and ReWo also do all kinds of supply of this library the newspapers will appear on the street nn hour or so the hard jobs the other fellow pairing, especially later with the actual photographs of the scene. "The Camera Man," by can't do. Francis A. Collins. New Price on Ford Cars! Beaver Dam $18.00. & Fortland, Oro. Tennyson's story of tho Sleeping Princess .has nothing on tho history of seven fish of a typically Alaskan variety which aro now swimming about In a basin of water in tho room of S. It. Drcbner at tho Palace Hotel. Mr. Drebnor, who is connected with tho Alaska-Portlan- d Packers' Association, brought tho fish back with him from Nushagak on the salmon ship Levi Q. Bur-jes- s. "Tho nnmo of theso fish is Chinda-gaks,- " said Mr. Brebner with n wavo of tho hand, by way of Introduction. "You pronounce it with a cough hud a It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvanfa Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of Her experience with Cardul, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before 1 began to use Carduf, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do aiiy of my housework. After farting three bottles of CarduL I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 33 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give Ford Runabout . $345-0Ford Touring Car . $360.00 "" F. 0. B. Detroit. Freight t ple-tur- es grunt." E.F.BARETES BRO Beaver Dam, Ky. The fish of that species, according; to Mr. Brebricr, inhabits lakes In the They nro vicinity of Nushagak. hardy nnd. a little thing like cutd weather falls to dlscourago them in their determination to live. Tho seven fish brought to Portland wero found frozen fast in a cako of ico, whero they had been for probably soven or eight months. They were thawed out by an Indian girl belonging to a tribe In that vicinity. Tho fish aro still very much alive, In spite of the fact that they aro now 2,450 miles from their original home nnd hnvo undergone a voyage of twenty-seve- n days, swimming about In a small tin can. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut n trial. I still use Carduf when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, eta, are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for moro than fifty years. Get a Bottle Today! ,fil 8ftMaMBWty",WIMIsy'1 Wagons! "Wagons! Wagons! lvt and I I ?-- A. B. Row 6 Son j Thirty-fiv- e " Centertowti, Ky. shop. years experience in the Louisville Hotel, MOXKV 11KKK 18 A GOOD PLACE XO STOP KOK LITTLE Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th American nnd Kuropraa Plan. AMERICAN PLAN (With Meals) lloouu without Hath but with Hot and Cold RunninR Water. slnglo, $2.00 por day; 2 people. $2.00 each 75 llooms single. 2.50 por day; 2 people. 2.25 each no ltooras 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.50 each 60 Front ltooras. single, The Only Hotel in LioulsvlUo Operated ou the Iloonit with Private IJath: 50 Rooms B0 llooms single. single, S.OO per day; 3.50 per day; 2 2 people. people. 2.75 each, 3.00 each EUROPEAN 1'IiAN (Without Meals) Rooms without Itatli but with slnglo, 1.00 7G Rooms slnglo, 1.25 60 Rooms 1.50 60 Front RoomB. single, Rooms with Private Buth: slnglo, 1.50 CO Rooms single, 2.00 60 Rooms Wot and Cold Running Water. per day; 2 people. J0.7G each por day; 2 people, 1.00 each por day; 3 people, 1.25 each per day; por day; 2 2 people, people, J.25 each 1.50 each Danger Signals. If the fire bell should ring would you run and stop it or go and help to put out the fire? It is much the same way with a cough, A cough Is a danger signal as much as a fire bell. You should no more try to suppress it than to stop a fire bell when It Is ringing, but should euro the disease that causes tho coughing. This can nearly always bo dono by 1 v&ftS full of llTe and action, filled with the taking Chamberlain's Cough Iteme-d- y. fire of fine Inspiration and followed Many havo used it with the by 250 short stories of adventure, most beneficial results. It Is espewin mace cially valuable for tho persistent cough that so often fellows' a bad Mrs. cold or an attack of tho grip. Thomas Beeching, Andrews, Ind writes: "During tho winter my husband takes cold easily and coughs Chamberlain's Cough and coughs. STORAGE BATTERIES. Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Remedy is the best medlclno for .Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Keeping Them In Ue la Better Than broaklng up these attacks and you Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best Letting Them Stand Idle. cannot get him to take any other." minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone I'ew iKirsons whoso everyday life is Obtainablo everywhere. m intnenome. there is no age In koiuo way dcjiendent upon the storlimit to enthusiasm for The Three Current IssHes Free age battery know the paradoxical truth Youth's Companion. th'at the more It Is used tho longer it If you do not know THE COMPANION let us send you Threat Current laaues lives. Thus a great mistake Is made FOR FLETCHER'S FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year by automobile owners, for'lnstancc. In request. I -- not 12. allowing batteries to stand idle for Those who subscribe now. sendinf $2 Convei'baUonai Cut-in- s. long periods of time, for when storage for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will Him How did you Ilko the stage batteries are not in action the plates for 1915, will receive The Companion get In any of the montbly Home Calendar FREE. aro subject to attack by the acid solu- hangings in that Shakespeare show? magazines. tion. If this corrosive process is alHo There weren't no hangings, SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE lowed to continue uninterruptedly the y" boob, ho killed 'em with a sword. entire surface of the iplates becomes TUB IIAIITFORO REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH covered with n hard lajer of bulphate. Cornell Widow. 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To do this wliat is new in businra and (ado- try. In Intention bad (cirpce. they should bo tdiort circuited iu water 3.60 Get out of Iho rut; get on the firioc lute. Rad The JttEPUBLioAN ana imiiy uwensDoro mqpirer and discharged until the voltage Is Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1 .76 about half a volt. Then they should The Republican and bo rinsed thoroughly and allowed to soak In water for at least a day. When 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer tho plates aro dried they can bo kept and the mort Intemtlnc end nefnl mstsilnft. Indefinitely without fear of deterioratlio tn'tet uiouey'a worth. Uvcry woiiBi The Uepublican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 tion. New York World. 300 Pictures 300 Articles 'HK TReYOUTITS companion Better Than Ever in 1915 Children Cry C A STO R A the Firing'; Line OUR CLUBBING RATES. Rettblican Get on fl.3t ..... Twice-a-WeekOwensbo- ro 1-- Popular Science Monthly THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. European Plan Only. Bath, 91.50 Kooius Without Rath, $1.00 and up; Rooms With Private and up Rest ftttlng Place in Town. In tho wholesaleTho Loulsvlllo Hotel nnd tho Old Inn aro located walk to tho rotall district and thcatora. ouly u district and LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. - y Superstition That Is Ancient. In many parts of Great Britain tho superstition still survives that it Is folly to save n drowning man, as ho will sooner or Inter do an Injury to tho Tho superstition cffines down from our ancestors, yet traces of If exist among tho Sloux nnd other Indians, who seem to have inherited It from aboriginal sources. Tho belief is most prevalent in Cornwall uud various parte of Scotland. Mighty Jupiter. Is 1,000 times tho bulk mid 310 times tho nil for only 15cent. All tho new Idea and (locutions In electricity and wireless, in automobiles and aeroplanes, in thopwork and In faruilic. aud iu machinery, HowtonukatblnEi&thome. M panel every mouth, inciud.nx refrlccrators, poultry houK. furniture, automobile shop repairs, etc stcn-satlIdrys. H Is full ormnney-malilfuIt is wnlten In plaut Hog bill for men aud bojrt. The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.60 THE.REP.UBR9AN.and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1 50 .! ' ' ' ft to It from a newsdealer or .write direct V. Fourth Ave., tj. Popular Scions-Monthly- 15.CerS a Copyr?I.5p a Year V" ,. ' ', ; ' AddfeSfe' all orders to THE. REPUBLICAN. THE SEWINO MA "mNK OP QUALITY.) rnUC Yllcop7lrttIjoiiiioJ7c.ltin i'UIX Im XKtl( sal kUOUM UUt fifX. MlllfllllllMiiii"HlllllllHI1;; Jupiter, tho largest of tho plauets, I YaiMlt Training School lor'&oys ELKTON, KY. Will liolp parents develop their aons into the best typo of citizens and Christian gentlemon. Its pationago is widely scattered and comes frrtm the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should bo made early. 1'laco your son in this select gioup of boys. Write n m m M M mass of the earth, and accomplishes Its rotation on Us axis In nine hours fifty minutes. A3 tho equatorial circumference is 75,000 miles, the linear rotational velocity of a point on the equator la nearly eight miles u second. aKtSOfc VssssssWL ST nr Mothers use ' " NEW ' NOT SOLD USE L! V-VER-- revs For Lazy Liver and the Troubles q Constipation. Fcol right nil tho time. Don'tlay oU from work for days by taking calomel keepa yof when pleasant nn vnurfoot while reliovincvour troub. tnkp. Don't 1a RnfAd trj ami nntr tn ctao. y0u can't afford k0"any wE1,lMt& ptuW clean sy Tponst tuition- - Anat. lm MMM . V,UI .mlwlW ural rcmeuy, natural in itsactionk. sard in ttscfTeccand certain in results. It won't bo lonff before & Ve Lax wilf completely displace calomel in overi home, unuaren can ibko 11 xrceiy with perfect sarety. Every Douisjj anteed. bOcana $i in douk genuine without the liueneaaj turo or U ii. ururHuy. xw t J. U. WILLIAMS. ax ..,, V UNDER ANY H Degrees of Fatigue. "Here's a mllllounlro says you Boon get tltcd of riding in private yachts and ante mobiles." "Not half ns tired us you get of walking a couple of mllea to work everyday Ilaltimoro Just Jo save carfaio." Amcrlcau. The Grounds. "So old Williams Is looking for a from his young wife. On what grounds 7" "On tbo grounds of economy, I guess.' Brooklyn Eagle. Not Free. "Is this a free translation?" asked a customer m the book store. "No. sir. replied the clerk. "It will $1 60." Itoaton Transcript twit vermira Re For the Children A safe, old fashioned remedy for worms. Seveaty-Gre sstL OTHER NAME. HOME . WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Uyou purclia, tho NUW HOME you n havoaliroaaeuttl.oprlcoyoupay.unawm aothavoanendlcaiclialnofrepal. I years conlinu ous use is the best testimonial FKEY'S VERMIFUGE can offer you. Kttp a bottle always on hand. It will hiln krp th Lita onea happy aad licakhy. , 25c a buttle at jroui onirrul i k0(1 IB IB fTBjQ" clwpcrt to buy. ciju mm it RlIlllIIIIllll3H"""IIRBI1 2 MSTHENEY & BATTS . For catalogue and iiitormntiou . . m m m m H S3 fjvD trtuij item wpMy ? ta aUaie and wall wul you a Lot ueproavtly. I'i same and .r" oVil-- r caa'i mHSm Tto Nw Bwm 2)c uox a. E. & S. FREY, m BALTIMORE. MD. Ju If you want 8 tewing Dtacblue, writer tor ear latent cutaJoguo beforo you purchuo. MPl Sm Hate Cb., Snags, I" UI Kr iwtflii In Ml- !' n IT ,.i;t..rr yj,i'.'..rn,';rv -- ar... tii iirft ,'nr rcr- -; tr u t tli.HP I MAN KILLS : i WIFE AND SUICIDES UKCOMIW ItltOOKINS DKSI'iiUATK W1IKN UK IIS IN IHVOKCI3 ML'IT. 5uiNfti Considerate HAIiK. MAHTKIl COMMISSIONKK'S nt Hartford, early Saturday wlicn Shanks Urooldns shot his Ohio Circuit Court, wife HitouRta the heart nd then took J. C. nRlph, et al., Plaintiffs, attnr-jmk- excitement was In 'Hjij II, tho colored settlement era-ato- il morej or 1ms. All mineral rights OOOCOOCKXJOOOOOOOOOOOOOO roscrvcvl, llelng Rawo property con. Smith by Dick Iton-tlvoyed to A. hud 'wlfo o tho 2flrd day of December, 1104, ond which doed Is of record In daod book 31, ptS HjJ, Tho purchaser wll bo ren.Irod to executo bond With ool nnd sufficient flpputltv Imniodlatolr ftfr Bale, nnd a Hen will bo retained on said Jamil n9 further security. This Dccomtior IB, 1815. OTT C. MAUTItf, Mastor Commtasloner. 4t3 Don D. Ulngo, Ernest Woodward, Attorneys. M'. 1 er Ik-aTri- Old Santa Claus a t 1 et nl., Defendants. nnwklAs wlfo had guod.htm for Prudlo WhlUaker, Judgment, and orPursuant to n attiimw nid Judge Slack nfor of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, rvldcnco, Saturday morning der rendered al Us November term.lOlG, directed for the purposo of selling and dividmha property rlrjhis mid tho itoat SJmnkV pay the plaintiff ?10 ing the proceeds among ns heirs of their yor &oLl diirlnf; tho nendnncy of J. M. Balph, deceased, appear, I will interests may It Is said that sell at public auction to the highest -- ibe sojl for support. r Vhc cnflplo left tho court room' and host bidder at tho court A short In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, nnd went homo. trMl1 lalftr UrooUIns wlfo and two ' January ist, ID 17, at the hour of tino six crodlt MrfsiMils heron to remove tho I o'clock p. in., on a ticscnncii of prop awardpd her by tho months the following JwiMHibwltl goods erty, orL The helpers- loft tho house A tract or parcel of land hi Ohio Tsfth ji load of furnlturo and as thoy county, Ky., nnd bounded as folssoxrad tli o place on their return they lows: Beginning at two beeches, poplar, ftcard a shot. Thoy ran to the door sweet gum and hickory, S. W. corl&wl vmve ordered not to enter undor ner of thu Fun.ua 100 acres, and yxinalty ol doatli. running thene,e S.. SO W. IT.4- poleii They retired and hold a consu- to a poplar, dogwood and two small In a lin& of tho ltation tih to what was best to do. black oaks on a ridgo .thence with old Itussellburgh SIiy had not been long away whe.i a lino of &nmo N. tract; W. 133 pols 11 out and they another shot ratiR to four beeches on or near tha north to ye house to find the wife sido of a .branch; the N. U. corner 6f said Itussellburgh tract; thenco N. v&ort and Brooklus shot directly i 18 the heart. He was unconsclpils on iA E. S3 ofnolesto three beeches a point; thenco N. II end lived only a short time. A .3S W, tho pplcs to two, beeches, soutu-wcand S canker Colts revolver was used, t corner to tho Sutton true, hear-ins-ilie AJb otv J I to. ,, va. Notice. hous-doo- to-w- lt: rc-ic- has already made known to us his intentions for the Great Christmas Season. This store will be his greatest source of supply. For years and years he has made this store the principle center of all his operations in this part of the country. Mammoth stocks of Holiday Presents are already on display here. The sight of them has awakened our enthusiasm and created within us a noble desire for the happinss; of the children, especially, and the grown folks as well, on the coming Christmas morn. This enthusiasm and this desire we wish to transmit to everybody. That which has aroused us from our lethargy 'will awaken you. Come in everybody let the chil- dren come in and see the preparation that has been made to bring Christ- mas cheer to the county's populace. Remember, all your needs can be supplied here. You don't need to shop around and waste a lot of time. g g $ V iti at i thence with a line of samo SO E. 45 poles ton whlto oak and three beeches, N. W. corner to the Fuqua 100 acres; thence with a lino of same S. 10 E. 140 pole's to Jhe beginning, containing US acres, more or less, and belnii tho same land convey! 'to J. M. Kalph, on May S, 1884, by 3X.1STKK GOMMISSIOXEK'S SAM?. D. M. Qrlfnth and wUIch deed is or Ohio County Clerk's Ohio Circuit Court. , recprd in thebook page 333. deed J. Smith, Banking Commissioner, office. Inanother tract5,or parcel of land Alsci , , Ky., on ni t vs. Plaintiffs, tho waters in Ohio count-' Notice. of Panther Creek, and bounded as S. 2. Tlchenor, et ., Defendants. Pnrmiant to a judgnieut and order follows: "east-b- y D. Isaac Wester-Held- , On the -- E aailc entered at the November on tho north by the party of .term, 491G, of the Ohio Circuit Court west by 5q on iSir the "purpose of paying the judp-Twia- T the second part; eyedthe Mrs. Phoebo to of Bertha, Phillips, in the sum acres of land com f JJ1.400 with Interest at G per McKinloy; on the south by the lands: part. Containswat per auimm from March G, 1913, of party of the first or less. And jx&til said: the Judgment of E. F. ing GTVt acres, moro ..- - ii. . n..n nr trnn nn ..in, B3B1C lad conveyed to Jas. M., ,fe' " l b' D- ,and woa-cs- l thereon at tho rate of 6 per of record . 1S6S per annum from tho 14th day of J" book U..pago ia2, Ohio Couu- 3far. X013, until paid, credited by flff. paid Juno 22, 1914, and $30, Excbptlug from the above iwItl'May 24, 1915, also the judgment 20 acres conveyed to W T. Greer --tl E. P. Bender for $500.00. with November uteres! thereon at tho rate of G per on or rncord In24, lbOl, wuich need deed book 12, page item, pnr Annum from May 14, 191S. is sMLi! jrjidv credited by ?30, paid 14G, Ohio County Clerk's office. Satto 22, 1914, and $30, paid May ly. Said tracts are to bo sold separate be Tho St. IMC; tho judgment of the Farm-ife- s to executepurchaser willgood required security bond with ilauU fur tho sum of $1,45S.00, lion, tfifti lincrc-s-t at G per ceut from Feb. immediately after sale and ta 24. lS17."nntiI paid; also tho judg-cii.7t- L will bo rotaiued as tumic? sqcuri v vf HanV of Llvernioro in tho ty. This December 15, 1P1G. tsuxe ? 5CS0.O0, with Interest at G OTTO C. MARTIN. 2Gth day of June, jer cent from the and the judgment 2413 Master Commissioner. 314, uutil paid, M. I,. Heavrin, Attorney. COoiE. 7. Thomasson, Admr., in tho with interest at R suns of $200.00, amr cent from tho 2Gth day of June, .MASTPJC C(iailSSIOXKUS SAMI. inUl paid, and all the cost of Ohio Circuit Court. '.he .above stjled action, and the cost nt tiiis salo, I will offer for sale at A. C. Lawrence, ft al., IMaintlffs. vs. Notice. jur&lfe auction to tho highest and oxt Milder, al tho court house door James I. Leach, etal., Defendants. U vrtura of a judgment ami oron Monday, Junuary iia ATiTiXc-rd- , a. 1917. at about the liour of ono der of salo of the. Ohio Circuit Court, Vc4 fi.in.. ona,predlt of G and 12 rendered, at its, November term, 191G, Tjwaaths. tho following described prop-ert- in the abovo cause, for tho purpose of a division of tho proceods among ttuuit: tSciIuK a. part of the E. G. Bender tho heirs of W. U. C. Leach, deceasSacra on thp couth side of tho Hart' ed, nnd al cott heroin, I will offer ttarfl "ilhd Ceralvo public road, and for salo at public auction to the Asunded on the east by tho lando highest and best bidder at the court house door in Hartford, Ky., on' Mon..i AVrlpn Wnddox, and Dick Ilon-auh tbo bouth by "tho landa of J. day, tho lbt day of January, 1917, hour pf one o'clock p. U I&sjdcr and the Wakeland heirs; at alwut thocredit of six and twelvo m., upon at' fUfs viist by Luclnda Stognor; on months, a the following described a siortu by the Hartford nnd In road, containing nbout 1C0 property: Three tracts of land foln MVrti. more or loss. Being same Ohio County, Ky., bounded as tho iml named and S. de&crlbed in and lows: No- - 1. Bogtnnlng at a popTract J. Tlchenor aurlsago from site ta tho plaintiffs herein. land lar and oak stump; thenco with Park nnd Sullonger'a lino to tho new cut from tho abovo tract of tfrrrc? aeros oil' tho S. E. corner Jubt road leading from tho Loltchfleld thenco aentoj from tho I. C. right of way road to tho Hir6s Mill road; Sullcn-gc- r ss&l to J. I,. Render and ten acres with said road to a corner nl and Leach's Hue, a stone; thenco atf Ihe S. W. corner sold to J. E. Staxttrard. Tho coal underlying all on u straight line to the bogtnnlng, hi resorved. Being containing two ncros, more or less, vl saJ land anmt) iruct ol land conveyed to Marv and being saino land conveyod to W. trl. Tlchenor by S. J. Tlchenor on tho L. C. Leach by B. V. SulleiiBor and 9, 1894, deed recorded B3t day of March, 1914, and which wlfo .ccu is of record In deed book 44, In docnl book 14, page 3G5, Ohio GflB, Ohio County Clerk's offico. County Clerk's oltice. Tract No. 2. Beglunlug nt a whlto JiVeo anothor tract of laml lying jsti. lSirg In Ohio county, Kentucky, nni. nnwnm t TMMiiifi AVnllfor nn XJ Hdld road: thenco North to a whlto twiti ?s6crlbed as follow,: .. ri comer u. K3iiinlni' .it tho S. W. comer of oUc. busuu. Sullcnger-- N. 79 in 94 W. Elijah Walkor'B lino; thenco noi ol laud known us the oastipolea to a hickory and whlto oak, r farm; thenco flrwen thence Jfcwrnded on tho north hy tho lands John Duke'a east corner; by Klljah Itender; thenco with his lino Bouth 10 wc3t 52 iolea aw .snth to tho McIIonry and Ccralvo to Duko and Chapman'slino corner, Boutlj prihttc road, and bounded on the thonce with Clmjmiuu'H vast, by Alcllcnry Coal Company, V. ' 40 poles to a stake on said rpad; !?. HoKers, Mary A WlUon, Ceo. thenco vlth samo road to tho bogln-StaA. Jtf. Smith, John Win. Hock nlng. bupposed to contain 100 acres. r. umI E A. Itender: thenco with i Tract No. 3. Adjoining Hocond and W rowl toa tho . Intersection of tho tract vtrsmt- beginning ntI a stone ono ' t. n..U t -- .t a t.t intxA 1UIU nf tltrv ITni A ii ulni f rnnrl , SNST UUO ULIWUV'H milU llilVW Ul Mliu k,tn HUH wi mw im.mi.uM.uf, . w KTiiij1-t.. 1wTitrt finrth thntiPA onet mn nolo ttl Raid road ! . rlllA tUUUUU r v. vw .w w. v.w vkvhv ...w Ti.Tt .fw lli) UU1U iwUht-aallino to the beginning, con- - thcuco north CG oust 31 poles to n Mllllgan less. AtiOs IDS acres, jnoro or tho ubovo white oak; thonco 2with 22 poles 6 east j Wright's llqo uorlh Tu coal uudct lying iteaet U reserved, und being samo to an elm;' thonco 47 poles to. Jho X SwoLor parcol of ground sold to A. beginning. "Containing two aqrea, fft convpy,ed to tr. Smith by 8. J. Tlchonor and wife mdro' or leas, same land T. I,pv and g deed U C. u 3Tay 1. 1913. and whichpage 2G, W. L. by Loach, by John 2"bY 1889, Q Q deed dated May wlfo C record In dcod book 40, and recorded In dcod book 8, page, A Ohlu County Clerk'B ofllco. ; Maa another tract or parcel or a78, Ohio uouniy uiorKs,, ouicq, "Tho purchaser will bo required to J "ana In Ohio county, Kentucky, with approved scourl- - jj oxecuto bond bounded as follows; jLiRRlnnlng at a rock near S. W, ty immediately after sale aud a l(ea 3 asjzxzr i IV. O. Smith's Hue feuce; will bo rotaincil asaddltional secur- - $ ,JJ hcnc 400 foot S. W.; thonco 490, ity. ' JX This December 15, 191C. ct 8. K.; thenco 320 feet N. K.; u. u jftoaco 79 fCQt a. is.; monco Musi or N E.j thence CG5 feet N. t bi'xluulib't coatnlnlug aix W. to 24t3 11. WlUoh, Cnmuilcslonor. Attorney. acres, John .toe Hfcorlff Kcown was notified and sna appeared on tho scene of the He remained until "Boabl tragedy. his and SXuutks llcd. Brooklus vsSfc tcctc Imrlcd Tuesday. Everything for Everybody "" - is our slogan. We can take care of you. J. Toys vCome Doll Family Our Doll Family is strictly American. Amer. can-mad- fi.. in aud see old Santa's load of Toys for Christmas. Wagons, all sizes; Automobiles, Street Cars, Carts, Wheelbarrows, Engines, Kailroad Trains and Tracks, Guns, Hammers, Hatchets, Tops. Bells, Bell Toys. (James, Hooks, Chairs, Coffee Mills, Sad Irons, See-Saw- e Dolls for American boys and girls. Dolls that will stand childish abnsoand long service. Wash Hoards, lihfckets. Cups and Siiuuom, Knitters, Hooking Chains. Kiiivos, Forks nnd Spoons, and many, many more that yon will see by visiting onr sanla clans headquarters. Dolls in all sizes. "' Dressed Dolls. '" . Dolls at all prices, from 25c, 50c, 75c, SI. 00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 and up. '' "- Also Doll Buggies. 3li. Christmas Presents for the Ladies Can suggest only a partial list. Miirors, Lamps quite a variety Comb and Brush Sets, Manicure Sets, Neckwear, Nut Crack Sets, Hand Pict-uve, Salad Bowls, Cako Plates, China Sugar and Creams, Dinner Sets, Cups and Saucers, in Dresser Scarfs, Table Spreads, Tabic Linens, Towels, Napkins, Hand Bags, Silk Hose, Ilandkcr. cut-glasss, y, J: -- -- Ce-swi- chiefs.Scarfs, Mull's,' Fnt Sets', Bedroom Slippers, Wool Caps and Scarfs, Cloaks, Coat Suits, "Waisla, Skiits,Shoes, Gloves and all sorts of wearing apparel. Furniture of every description and use, and you make this store your Christmas Cooking Stoves of all sizes. No good thing need escape you if shopping place. -- iK Suggestions for Men It is an easv matter to get presents for men here. - We Provide Good Things to Eat for the Christmas Festivities. Candies, Nuts, Apples, Oranges, Banannas, Baisius, all sorts of Cuuncd Goods, Cakes, on-Fe- Bi Military .Seta, Hat Brushes. Cloth Brushes, Socks, Silk Collar and Cuir Boxes, Suspender, Neckwear, Shirts, Cuir Buttons, Tie Scarf Pins, Mufflers, Gloves, Smoking Sets, Holders, Tiaveling Bags, Suit Cases, Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Jlnts and Caps. You can't appreciate these presents for men unless you see them. - a I nt-mlc- ou-iie- Extracts, and a full line of staple everyday, eating necessities. Bring ub in your produce, visit our grocery department, aud you won't, need to go away empty-handed- n, ' . ,1 - ., j E. P. Barnes IT ( , ! BEAVER DAM, KY. OCOOOOCKroOCOOOCKXOOOOCOOOO ro. rv r, a-.- ! iv nv a maihi T sw m1& i