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II DISCARD HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1916. tlon, which overshadowed all other Issues in tlio cutupalgn. Women holding bnnnors hearing pictures of small children and words protect us by voting "Ploaso wcro stationed in the vicinity of most of tho polling booths. Motor trucks and brewery wagons carrying printed appeals to vote "yes" wcro sent through . the city by the llcenso forces. Tho Ilev. William A. Sunday, who Is conducting an evangelistic cam- ip'algu licro, took a prominent part In tho fight. Ho delivered sovorol ad dresses on the liquor Issuo and urged tho voters who attended hfs incet- Tll0 MnBgnci,u. ng8 ,0 voto n League scut out setts thousands of circulars and kept a force of orators busy for weeks. North Adams Gc-c-s Dry. North Adams, Mass., Dec. 19. y for This city went years the first tlmo in twcnty-nln- o La3t by a voto of 1,004 to 1,596. year the tlconsc forces won, 1,741 to Hill v. ' T " colossus. Hr "5i la 1 position to show in such a VOLUNTEER PLAN KNH. HCOTT AND WOOD RECOM- - hlV.SU PASSAGE OK UNIVER SAL MILITARY niLL. Seed army of 1,500,000 fi,Mmy Officers Declare Mllltlii To Jten Jolo And Urge Federalization of ItChcrvp Forces. .... Anti-Saloo- "Washington. Dec. 21. Tho mobilization of tho National Guard for border service, was described as a military failure, emphasizing tho urgent necessity of abandoning tho volun1. CC7. teer system as tho Nation's rcllunco 4-tor defense, In statements mado Monday by MnJ. Gon. Hugh L. Scott, EXTRA PAY MEASURE hief of staff of the army, and MaJ, Gen. Lconnrd Wood, commanding IS BITTERLY SCORED the Kustorn Department, beforo the Senate Kubcomralttce considering tho Chamberlain universal military train ' ing- bill. ADDITIONOPl'ONENTS ASK-HORoth Generals advocated universal AL &10,0006(M)!8 TO 'BE training. Gen. Wood declared tho j RAISED. r country now waa utterly dofcuselOBn j .mit.A.HiiNl.ajl .i w, . thai Ktiinni u ni'ii'ub""," fo... r'anobllUation was a tragedy and that. woVll,n nn n, if tho guardsmen had met good mt nt 'frnm n troops they "would never have known per cont fof nbout 1M00 aoycrn. , what hit them." Gen. Scott told nmt rocelvlng JcB9 than tho commlltre that lessons drown Q a ywir and of 500 a Jcftr for from the present has proved that In neprc8Cntatlve.s secretary were first-claPower. proylded f , case of war with a. the ,eet8lntiV0( excc-th- o . United States would need imrae- - .. nnnrnnrininn hiti. dlately a trained forco of 1.600.000 by tho 0U80 wUhout od men. with anothor 1.C00.000 avail- - u rqcord vote. Tho .T7nppptnr,lla now ablo within ninety days.. get $1,500 a yea j. An attempt to On tho other sldo of tho question provide each Representative with an tho committee heard Walter I extra stenographer at $7G a month Vtshcr, of Chicago, former Secrotary during tho session failed. of tho" Interior, who opposed unlvcr which Discussion of tho nBgr'eRatlng nl service, tho ho stood for adequate approprIntlons auRgestcd a defense measures and nbout $39,000,000, was productivo regular army of half a llllon. He o much debat0 0Ver the iluanclal con- thought if the pay of privates were ditlon of tho country. Chairman raised to $30 per month tho srvlco Fitzgerald, of tho Appropriations would be moro attractive to recruit. Committee, and Represontativo Raln-eThirty Per Cent Rejected. of.tho Ways and Means CommitGen. Wood, from whoso depart- tee, protested against tho proposed ment went 85,000 of tho guardsmen increases ou the ground that tho ent to tho border, said of tho men fj0vcrnniont already faced a deficit. enrolled, when tho call camo, an Representative Rainey declared the average of thirty per cent or each next budgot would exceed $1,600,-000,00company hnd to bo dropped for physand that tho country was ical defects and tho organization confronted with tho possibility of went to the border filled up with attempting to collect $500,000,000 "green" men. moro iu new taxes. "It has beena tragedy," ho said, "How ore you going to raise It?" "but worth all it cost If wo only ho asked, "rostoro tho Payue-Ald-rlprofit by it. It is not the fault of bill? That is tho proposal soma the officers or men, but of a defect-iv- o of you mako, yet to save your llvoa system. If wo had boen conipcll- - you can not frame a tariff bill which od to meet good troops down thero,. wlll yeul ovcr $350,000,000 a year." it would havo been a sceno of car Mr. Rainey also asserted that tho nage Thn guardsmen would never limit In Yovenuo had boen reached havo known what hit them." tho presont rate from Income-taxe-s, "What HhcAild wo do with tho Na- being the highest Jn tho .world, and tional Guard, General?" Senator that Natlon-wld- o prohibition soon llrady asked. would mako It necessary to ralso "It should bo rcplacod as rapidly $257,000,000 from some now sourco. as possible with men trained under Favors Moro Pay. a universal service system," Gon. Republican Loader Mann favored Wood roplled. "When tho system higher salaries for employes, .do- has boon well started, I would drop ciariug they should shnro In tho gen-th- o National Guard entirely from any eral prosperity which tho country Is Hchcme of national defenso, altho wo eXporloncIug na a result of tho Euro-waevery officer and man of them ocan wnr in tho now plan. 13ut it must bo a Tho bill carried appropriation? for straight out Kodcral force." jail of tho nlno subtreaBurles In tho . 'country. Representntlvo SIsson, of ARMY AVLVTION SCHOOL Mississippi, mado an unsuccessful MAY MOVE TO MEMPHIS ijght to havo them abolished on tho grpund that tho Federal resorvo Washington, Doc. 19. Memphis, banua had mado them useless. probably will bo solectcd by rclnry McAdoo advised Congro33, In tho War Department for tho winter n Jqtter y thut tho subtroasurles establishment of tho Array Aviation woro needed, altho further experlenco School for tho Central Statos, now mgi,t domonstrato that tho functions located at Chicago. Final solgctlon, ot BOnio ot thcm might bo transferred has not been t0 Washington, It was said . mado, but tho possibilities of Mom- phis aro considered tho host of auy FEDERAL RULLT.TIN SAYS Tho WORRY SHORTENS LIFE place under contemplation. school Is fitted with equipment for an Washington, Dec. 18. Tho Puh-li- o aviation squadron and. is attonded by about fifty students. Health Service, which has ooen gathering statistics .on nervous and their tendency to shorten BOSTON GOES "WET" y Issued a bullotln against UY NEARLY TWO TO ONE ltrn worrying. y "So far as Is known," says tho bulBoston, Dec. 19. Boston to continue tho licensed sale letin, "no bird ever trlod to build voted 'Of liquor after tho liveliest- - cam- - more, nosts than Its neighbor; no fox imlgn on the liquor question, that ever fretted becauso ho had only one city has had In years. Tho vote in nolo In which to hldo; no squirrel favor of llcenso was 53,459, with 29.- - ovcr died of anxiety lest he should 997 against. Last year tho voto for not lay by enough nuts tor two wn- and 31,877 ters instead of ono, and no dog ever Hcenso was 4C,115 lost any sleep over tho fact that ho agalnL vote was the largest did uot havo enough bones laid aside Tho total over oast here on tho license quoa- - for hU declining years," to-da- of tho loyalty and efficiency of such a magnificent organization. Partlcu- j larly, am I glad, that It conies at n tlmo when it will add to tho Joy of season and cnablo j tho Christmas )iiui;iii;uti7 tuu ciiuii: nun luuuiy iu faco the new year with renewed courage " Loulsvlllo Herald. " o Miss Duke GUes Party. Mlfcs Vcrna Duko entertained for jhrr friends Friday evening with a theater parly and luncheon ut tho Commercial Hotel. Tho dining room of the hotel was decorated for tho occasion with red predominating as a color scheme. The following guests were picsont: Misses Willie Smith, Clara 'Hob- j , eitson, Hettlo Hlloy, Mrs. K. G. Dar- rass, Ruth Itiley and Vcrna Duke. t, Messrs. E. Y. Purk, Clarence Honderson .Murphrco, A. D. Kirk, Mack Foglo and E. G. Bar-ras- a. c-, Iglc-hear- stantial manner our appreciation TO FORCE REPLY FROM CARRANZA AMERICANS ON COMMISSION PLACE RESPONSIBILITY ON" MEXICO. ADJOURN FOR HOLIDAYS After Asking First Chief For Hi Views As To Continuing Nego- tiations for Settlement. Philadelphia, Dec. 19. Secretary MAGISTRATES MAY COLLECT EXPENSES adjourned until after the holidays of Interior Lano and his colleagues ou tho Mexican-America- n Joint Com' mission placed upou Gen. Carrama-to-datho responsibility ot deciding whether tho American Government-shoulcontinue Us efforts to effect a satisfactory nnd amicablo adjustment of tho questions affecting- - tho relations ot the two countries, and thfl ' -4 .. lnMt' ,,,,,,. ss .,,,,, y, 0, ch nt Scc-Ton- n., to-da- to-da- y, dli-oas- os to-da- to-da- Through his representatives- - on tho commission they .pent to him a comfurther "explaining tho -. munication KIHC.1L COURTS GIVEN AUTHORposition of tho United States Govern1TY TO ATTEND ROAD ENGIment and containing protestation! NEERS' CONVENTION. that there exists any intention to vie lato the sovereignty of Mexico. It way mado clear, however, that thcra " "Los Angtltt Time. Fiscal Courts in Kentucky have can bo no modification ot tho, condithe right to appropriate money to tions on which the American troop pay their expenses in attending will be withdrawn .from Mexico and -meetings of 'county road engineers. ALLIES IS TO DE and that tho attitude of the GovernThis is the substance or nn opinion ment as outlined in the declaration given Rodman Wiley, Commissioner of policy made by Secretary Lane OFFER GERMANY'S GIVEN EMPLOYES of Public Roads, by Attorney M. M. when the protocol was signed at AN Logan in response to a request fn iantlc City has not been altered. view of tho meeting of county 'road The communication was terse, but engineers of Kentucky to bo held at studious caro had been exercised to PEACE. BONUS TO UK PRESENTED TO KY. Bowling Green January 17 to 20 REJECT PROPOSALS FOR any rkcep out of tho document ' IVQRKEItS OK CUMBERLANJi ' SEPARATELY AND PREPAKK Tho Attorney General's opinion in phraseolocy that might give offense ' TELEPHONE CO. ' TO CONTINUE WAR. part follows: t jt0 tho Mexican Executive. It waa "By tho provision of Section not moro thau 450 words In length. 1S4JT, Kentucky Statutes, tho Fiscal It wa8 hanaed totheIexlcan repre-Con- rt Jina the-rigto appropriate 80ntatlves In Joint-sessioand 'trtws-mone- y MUST HAVE GUARANTEE TO SHARE GIFT for tho purpose of providing ( mlUod by them aira08t immediately for the good condition of tho high-t- 0 QUorotaro whero, it Is expected, ways in the county. It is probable It wil, bo glven prorapt consideration Llojd-Georg- o Sajs Complete Resti- Remembrances nt Christmas Time to that under this provision of tho law by Gca Qarranza. It was cabled and Help Meet High Cost Or tution, And Future Welfare Abtho Fiscal Court would havo the n copy. 8ent by. ma. Living. solutely Necessary. right to appropriate money to pay! Tho message of the Americans wis the expenses or the members ot, tbo in reply to that presented by tho Fiscal Court in obtaining tho in- Mexicans when they reconvened here 19.- - Tho. announceLondon, Dec. D. K. Turnbull, "general manager formation which they would obtain of yesterday. Tho communication ment in tho House of Cqramons to of tho Cumberland Telephone Com- In attendance at a meeting of this tho Mexicans was not signed by Mr. J Lloyd-Georg- e, day by David tho now pany, In Kentucky, with headquarter kind. Carranza, but his spokesman made Prlmo Minister, that tho first act of in Louisville, made Santa "Section 1845, Kentucky Statutes it clear that It was an authorized his administration was tho rejection Glaus yesterday when ho notified all which allows compensation to" tho nnd the of tho proposal of the Central Pow- employes In the Statu or tho compa-- n members of tho Fiscal Court, except statement of his attitudo reply given by tho Americans ers for a pcaco conference constitut's plans to distribute- - Christmas tho County Judge, W each day they is understood to have been address- ed ono of tho most momontous scenes in tho form of cash aro engaged in actual attendance at ' ed to tho Mexican commissioners, at' which the oldest parllamentry veter- bonuses. tho meetings of the committees of though Intended for their Executive. an had ever witnessed. object is to express tho ap- said court. If tho Fiscal Court should Tho Neither tho American nor tho MexTho new Premier declared that bo- - preciation of tho company for loyal- resolve Itself into a committee for ican commissioners appeared pessi foro tho Allies conld give favorablo j ty and ralthful performance of duty tho purposo ot attending a road mistic In their contemplation of the consideration to such an Invitation, and at tho samo tlmo to help work meeting to discuss tho bbst mothod j Uturo. Tho Americans Insisted th.it thoy must know thnt Germany wa-- j ers meet the high cost of living. of constructing roads, It would come thoy had asked Carranza to sign' prepared to accedo ,to tho Allies' In Louisville, 275 men and women within this section, but this section nothing that would impair his Hlg-terms, giving "corapleto restitution, will bo benefited, whllo in tho Stato only appllos to counties that maln-lt- y or tuat would bo incompatible guar- 1,000 employes wlll bo rememberfull reparation and effectual tain a system of free turnpike under wtu tho ideals of his Government, antees," and "to enter a conference" ed. tho control and supervision of tho The Mexicans appeared alm03tcqua'-Flsc- al upon tho invitation of Germany proTo Distribute 845,000. Court. jy confident that ratification of tha claiming herself victorious, without TJie plan of distribution limits pay"Whilo tho authority of tho Fiscal protocol would bo withhold no long-Cou- rt proposals, ments to employes receiving $3,000 any knowledge of her to appropriate money must bo er and lnnt BUortly after tho begin-strletwould bo putting our heads into n a year or less. A man or woman fn construed, but a3 tho duty ntng ot the now year they would be ropo in nooso with tho end of tho lco ouo year win recelvo a bonU8 is Imposed upon this court to oycrseo discussing with tho American com- Germany s hands." ni . n,n Hniflrv for thron wnok. tho construction of roads.lt necessa- missloners those questions In which .... . .. Mi T.liv.l.finnrirt nacnrtml Hinf nt Wh" employes W, ,mv0 bccn wlUlirlly follows that they must hayo in- - both natlons arQ interested an tUo comPany on,y threo month8' w,U. formation to perform these duties. I whlch X ar0 not covered in tho briel rocolvo. pay for two weeks. j nm willing to mako an exception In agreeracut whoso ratification is being as to tho rights ot other nations, In tho Southern group of tho Boll (his particular case, as I bellovo It is awaited, sho was dragging Belgians Into slav- companies 12,000 people will got a Interest of tho Stato and ery. Ho announced that tho noto bonus. Tho total cash distribution f0r tho best AND WIFE and Washington con- in this territory will amount to $400,- - tho best Interest of tho counties, Jus-09- PRESIDENT prcsentod thru CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY i am 0f tho opinion that tho law tained no proposals ot tonus, but was In Kentucky tho total cash dls- -. tines tho expenditure." a paraphraso ot Chancellor von trlbutlon will bo $4C,0'00. Washington, Dec. 18. Tho PresiIiethmann-Hollwcg'speech, and that 8 y celeThcso amounts wlll represent part 3 ItnAiED; 15 INJURED dent and 'Mrs. Wilson tho Allies had separately concluded of a fund of $G,000,000 which tho IN MINE EXPLOSION brated tholr first wedding anniverto reject It, altho thoy had informal- company has set asido this year to sary with a motor rido, a family din-nly exchanged views, and would.wlth-l- n bo given to employes thruout tho party and a visit to tho moving Vlncenes, Ind Dec. 19. Two dead a few days, present a Joint reply. country at Christmas time, seriously burned is the pfttures. and fifteen Asqultli Seconds Views. Tho President and his wife are Not Profit-Sharin- g toll of tho explosion that occurred Plan. Mr. Asqulth, former Premier, secbut it In breaking tho good news In this In tho mino owned by tho Ollphant- - very consistent theater-goer- s, 's decision onded Mr. Mr. Turnbull Johnson Company at Brqcovlllo, nlno was their first visit to "tho movies, terrltory yesterday, with oven stronger words, and almost 1 o'clock this af- - Thoy wont to seo Annotto Kollcrman at tho same moment, Earl Curzon was gnvo out a statement from W. T. miles from hero, at Gentry, of tho Southern Bell Tele- - ternoon. Tho dead nro William In a featuro film, informing tho Lords that tho Notice of tho anniversary was would enter no couforonco phono Company In" Atlanta. Mr. ! llnlloy, 42, and Thomas Patterson, 45. Each was married and leaves a on In tho House, whero Rcpubllcao said: that did not guaranco tor Europo tho "This distribution is' in no senso family. Tho bodies havo beon recov- - Lcador Mann, Just beforo adjourn-- a of frco and independent existence ' mont '. nrousod hearty ap- profit-sharin- g plan. erod. nations great and small. Tho MarTho fifteen men sorlously burned plauso by making It tho subject of a "Wo aro taking this step in tho quis ot Crowo affirmed tho approval our employes following tho explosion aro In local brio' addrcca, of tho members of tho late govern- sincere effort to assist Thoy aro expected to ro- "The boauty of American poli in an emergency brought about by hospitals. ment. tics," said Mr. Mann, "Is that wa ac tho high cost of living. This seems cover. double-Important Tho day was a cept results and remain friends, Mr. eqult- ono for tho Commons, becauso tho to be tho most reasonable and Pm Wilson rocently was program for ablo manner in which wo can help MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED now Premier unfolded his t td nnt voto tor his SINCE OUR LAST REPORT them In this situation. Wo havo had war measures, and day Is tho anniversary a fairly good year, but this amount,' Mr. Asqulth closed the last chapter ... Jay m bis 1L Charles F. King. Ccntortown, to distributed to the employes wlll bo 1; his nine yo-of leadership with to felicltato him arid Centertown, tp tho Georgia Lco Goff, an accounting ot his war steward twlco as much as will, remain Barclay Shoulders, Hartford, R. 4, tholr happy union stockholders after paying interest on ship. wish for them a bonds and six per cent Interest on the to Fannlo Flshor, McHenry, L. O. Hoover, Hartford, R. 5., to happiness aad a 300 feet capital stock. Florida's highest point Is .life." "I am glad, indeed, that wa pre In Laura Llles, Horton. c' cvo sea level REJECT $45,000 :.-- j I 1000. , -- an-ide- -- to-d- ly Z L?ZZL7LlTn ... - 0. --- to-da- or I Lloyd-George- nt tak-Gont- ry . wldo-rcachl- rs 'jywrv " mT7f T"1 f "" - -- p- '. ....J.'A.W 0: 8. WARNED OF WAR'S PROBLEMS NBW Qt KSTIONH T) H1J TAX ON NATION'S IN5KNl'ITV HAffl im.SK A. VANDKltMl IN Kny ADDRESS AT CHICAGO Kurown Norlillm olution! Mrty rev- Tito Slolhwl ltiuInos.s. of OhlcnK", Hoc. 16. Frank A. Vnntlcrltp, president of tho N'ullonal New York, addressing Uty Bank. tlio Chicago Bunkers' Club warned his luutttora that the United States will have to meet economic unil social problems as a result ot the Kuronean war,' that will tax the Ingenuity ami resourcefulness of tho Nation, uml called upon bankers to Mudy and prepare to aid in the solution of these problems. The belief that tho United States could proceed nlonc its own way serene, unaffected by tho war and seeking only to keep out ot it, ho declar- .using the motor trucks. ed, scorned a lack of Imagination, i The ncro scout for the attackers, blindness of vision and a complete Cant. Maxwell Klrby.- - had a more failure to understand the unity of the liifflpnit maW. His objectives were Industrial, commercial and financial scrooned by tho trees along the rlv 'or. Movements of troops also were world. 1 utterly, misjudge- af- more or less confused with those of "Unless fairs," lie said, "there are going to organizations in headquarters camp, develop for Utls country problems of which backed the fords. la spite ot the gravest Import problems that this ho was ablo to locate tho artll will need for their correct solution lcry where It had been concealed un tho attention of tiio most enllghtoned der the trees and to fix definitely the points where tho main bodies ot lu uilnds. Complete Ciango Kxpcctcd. fantrr wore posted. "State Socialism in Europo may lloth aviators were In tho alr four develop problems, the like ot which hours with, only a few landings to We rest them. Message were sent by never concerned our minds. may have te meot collective buying. means ot parachuted and smoke State-aide- d Industries, forms of gov- bombs. Tho task ot piloting an with business aeroplane in puffy air, observing and ernmental quite outside our range ot thought. writing messages taxed the pilots to nv Government control of ocean-born- e their utmost. At ono time there was commerce- - and novel factors In inter- considerable excitement, for It was national finance will be subjects for thought tho airmen wero staging There may fight abovo the clouds. The impresnatloual consideration. rome out of tho war changes In forms sion was tho result of the closeness of government that wilt have pro ot the machines and tho fact that Influence." found and world-wid- e both were firing smoke bombs. Mr. Vanderlip reviewed tho results of the war in tho United States up Constipation Cnttsew Bad Skin. to the prcsont, the increase In gold A dull and pimply skin is due to Mipplics, tho development ot credits. a sluggish bowel movement. CorHe discussed national legislation with rect this condition and clear your praise for the Federal reserve act complexion with Dr. King's New and the Fedora! Trade Commission Lite Pills. This mild laxative taken Mentioning tho Federal Farm Loan at bedtimo will assure you a full, Ooard. he said: movement iu the free, "Does not the objection to tho prin aiomlng. Drive out the dull, listciple involved, when governmental less feeling resulting from overloadrotations are injected into business, ed intestines and sluggish liver. Got lie quito as much with bankers as a bottle At all Druggists, Will wo not 25c. with the legislators? 1 always find tho peoplo groping to do fr thru governmental agencies things POLK, OLDKST MAN IN that are left undone or are badly KUKOPK, D1KS; AGB 117 done by Individual initiative? Must we not safeguard tho future from an Warsaw, Dec 16. The oldest in unwise participation ot government habitant of Poland, or probably of In Vii6inesd by seeing that business HI Europe, died a few days ago in is so well conducted, so fairly adWloztawek. on tho Vistula, at the ministered, so completely responsive age ot 117. to legitimate needs that there will Ho was a poor farm laborer of the bo no sound reason for Gevernment name ot Anton Dylowski. Tho par participation?" ish records show that ho was bom J "WJt'liln a week heard the repre- on October J.7, 1799, sentative of (our great railway UnHo was 13 years old when NapolFOR FLETCHER'S ions stato his views before a Xotv eon Bed from Russia after the burnI York club. To my mind they were ing of Moscow and remembered the views that contained the essence ot retreat ot tho French troops thru American Shells 15et. anarchy. Wo wcro told that we Poland. In 1S31 and 1SG3 ho took Geneva, Dec 16. A Geneva chemmust not pass certain laws because part In the Polish uprisings against ist and expert who has collected Uiey would uot bo obeyed; we wero Russia. and exploded shells from given clear intimations regarding the he French-Germa- n front finds as power ot those organizations but Danger Signals. regards consistency in workmanship was not one hint ot their duty thtre If the firo bell should ring would nd reliability, the American shells, or responsibility to society. you run and stop it or go and help "I am hopeful that such utteran- to put out tho fire? It is much the specially of high explosive power, ces do uot rotco truly the attitude, ot same way with a cough. A cough Is 'O in several respeets the Lest. The the people of America nor ot any a danger signal as much as a fire German shells, he declares, have falt-- n In quality during the last year, graat part ot organized labor, but boll. You should no more try to cortalRly emphasUe the nol suppress It than to stop a tiro bell wlng to the Inferiority of tho steel Uy n employed. The Swiss for a national awakening to the need when It is ringing, but should cure and hemUt states that the English and for sound thinking on economic prob- the dlseaso that causes the coughing. lems. This can nearly always be done by 'rerich shells are of "normal quality" nd praises especially their high exIs aiuiy to sec that the usound, taking Chamberlain's Cough Reme'It unwise, tho wrong solution ot these dy. Many havo used It with the plosive shells. problems that aro pressing upon us most beneficial results. It is espeFor Sale. w.ti cost an Immeasurable sum of cially valuable tor tho persistent A 160 acre farm 4 mues cast of potential wealth, ot Individual hap- cough that so often follows & bad piness and national progress." cold or an attack ot tho grip. Mrs. Hartford, on the border of the oil Mr. Vanilnrlln rleelnroil ho li.vHnv. Thomas Bccching. Andrews, Ind., fields. Good dwelling, barn and othYoung e the Fedoral Hoservo Hoard ha.1 J writes: "Daring tho winter my hus- er necessary outbuildings. ruled unwisely In advising against!' band takes ccld easily and coughs orchard, strawberry bed -- and other investment by member banks in short aad conghs. Chamberlain's Cough pleasing features. It bonds carry obligations ot the belligerent Romedy Is tho best medicine for Inter-coun- ty seat pike will be near. governments. breaking up those attacks and you ee. or write Tlnsley & Barnctt, "1 believe such action by tho banks oannett get him to lake any other." Hartford, Ky., for further particuwould bo wise from a strictly bank-- ! Obtalnablo everywhere, m lars. c. ing viewpoint," bo said. "Such an GROUND- BROKKN FOR It's a Woman's Right. investment would tend to restrict fur1LUIPTOX ROADS FORT "So you rofuso to marry me," he ther gold Importations, which mar lead to dangerous domestic inflation, said to his fair Fall River sweetNorfolk, Va., Dec 12. The breakard would jirovido credits which heart, "Yes," sho answered firmly. "I ing of ground for Fort Storey at Capo would bo bettor than gold when Henry, rrayers for the success ot eventually thewo exchanges turuo-- l do." "Why?" ho asked. "Don't yon paaco offers made by Germany and against us." her allies, the tabling ot a resolution lovo mo?" advocating the distribution ot the "Yea." sho answered. "1 do." AHllOI'LANK PKKl'KimKD TO 1UXJIM1CNT OF CAVALRY "Well, then, why don't you marry Bouth's negro population among tho other States and an address, by Secmo?" "Because," she answered, "I Juit retary of Labor W. B. Wilson were Headquarters American ExField sessions ot the pedition. "Mexico, Dec, 1C Striking want to seo what you'll do it I don't, features of Congress. ot the value Ot aero- If, yon behavo well as a rejected suit- Southern Commercial demonstrations Simple, jtarcnionles marked the dcdl- planes In the last field aanonrera or, I might change my mind." antl-nlrcra- ft firm-'thro-non-gripito-da- y. a regiment of cavalry for rcconnals-eanc- o work. The admirable work of n motor trnck train In transporting Infantry to threatened points', also brought war commendation. The problem which tho troops at field hoadeiuartorB sought to solvo nnd la which aeroplanes and trucks wero used for tby flwt time Involved nn nttcnmt to ford the Caws Grande Ulvcr at one ot Uireo paints. These fords, threo mllew apart, wore defended by n regiment ot Infantry at war strength, a battery ot field and a squadron ot cavalry. defenders also had tho uso ot a The cars. truck train ot twentyjsoven Haeh side had one aeroplane .... ,,,..!.. uutiub fun ......-.- .. v,w thmionml flvA riviiiK hundred feet above tho earth, a dls nmplo since the tmiro considered gun had no l forces Cant. Davenport Johnson, for tho do ' fendors. was ablo to follow tho move ments of the cavalry from tho mo ment they left their baso twelvo miles from the river, to the point to wjiere a squadron was detached mnko a folut at tho south ford.whilo the tho main body dashed toward north passage. His work enabled General to mass his , the commanding infantry at tho ford threatened by rv brought forth the declaration by Maj, DELUGED WITH CATS; of (Ion. J. J. Pershing, commander the expeditionary forces, that ho FORCED TO LEAVE HOME would rather havo an aeroplano than cation of tho slto for the Great Land DefenRo'that tho Government proposes to erect for the protection of nnd Honda, Baltimore Hampton Gov. Stuart, of VirWashington. ginia, turned tho spado of earth. anCommltteo Tho resolutions KNOMHII JIKUCHANT IN HIMIUT nounced thnt tho negro distribution OK FUN OHDICHH 2,000 CATS resolution offered by Judgo Francis AM) IS SWAMl'Kl). N. C, D. Winston, of WlnHton-Salehad been laid on the tablo. You Can Be You Whatever Want To Be York, Dec. 1. Two thousand Manx tlllcss cats, ordered In a I spirit of levity, whllo at lunch with For Infants and Children a group of business friends In Liverpool, wero the cause of Wllb'crforce In Use For Over Years Wlggens, a merchant of thnt city, Always bears having to lleo Kngland for a safo the rotugp in tho United States, so Mr. Signature of Wiggens explained here Mf. Wtggcns had been Invited to lunch with some friends at tho Hotel Pl'HLIC IIKALTII SKHVICK PUTS HAN ON IIKKOIN! Woleott, In Liverpool, nnd was late His keeping his appointment. in Washing. Dec. 12. Tp aid friends inquired tho cnuso, and Mr. told them ho had been de- counteracting nn Increasing use of Wiggens layed becauso he had received a hur- heroin throughout the- coiufiry. all lMtb'.l; of the Fede.-ry order from the Indian government physicians for 1.000 Manx tailless cats, for Health Service havo been ordered whlcli he was to pay $25- - each. The mot to dispense the drug lierentlcr any purpose and to return Imme-In- g Contlnu-.fo- r cats wero to kill snakes. told his friends thnt jdlntely to tho headquarters of the the Joke, he lu order to have 1,000 cats arrive In Service hero nny quantities of It they India iu good condition, it wquld be , havo on hand. necessary to secure 2,000 of the tnlt- - j In announcing tho step Inst night iers felines, as probably hillf of the public health officials expressed hope thnt the exnmplo set by the scrvlco consignment would die en. route would havo n wide Influence among Cat Mnrkct. Try To Corner Kach man present left the table general prnc'tltloners. It wns astd a ono by one to secretly comer tho series ot experiments had shown tnajt Manx cat market. Even the clerk ' less dnngerous agents possessed as and the waiters at the hotel, hearing powerful medical qualities, and (that to telegraph 'tho sooner physicians realized this tho story, proceeded their relatives In tho Islo of Man to the easier li would be to curb tho constant Increase- - in the number of buy up all tho available cats. explain his habitual heroin users, Bororc Wiggens could prank he was deluged with every va- - j The order to discontinue dispensa-rlet- y ot cat known In the-- United tion of herolif applies also to Its Kingdom. Thero were largo cats and salts. It was Issued by Surgeon Gen, small cats, black cats and whlto cats, Blue. aud a steady stream of telegram Stop That Cough, poured into the Wiggens home, in-- f the forming him that more cats had been j A hacking cough weakens Ragged urchins congrcgat- - ' wholo system, drains yous-nerg- y secured. ed around the Wiggens doorstcp.each and get's worse If neglected; your is raw, your chest aches nnd with one or more cats clasped Relieve that ly In his arms, meanwhile loudly do-- . you feel sore mandlng their five pounds $25) per cold at once with Dr. King's New DIs-ca- t, Icovery. Tho soothing pino balsams Tho Liverpool docks were clutter- -' heal the Irritated membranes, and ' ed up with consignments of cats. The tho antiseptic and laxative qualities -, Board of Health wasjserlously con- 'kill tho germs and break up your sldorlng either putting Mr. Wlggeus ' cold. Don't let a cold linger. Get y at In Jail for a year or fining him two Dr. King's New Discovery every cat. your Druggist, 50c shillings (50 cents) for J Angoria Disappears. Give 'Km More Rop To cap the climax, a beautiful An- -j ' A throng ot disconsolate roosters gora kitty belonging to Mr. Wiggins' rich aunt disappeared, and that es- - tfrora down state were watching, the ttmable lady at once hied herself to ' Case football machine bury their tho docks to see if her lost pet was gridiron favorites under an tho yowling multltudo gath- - lauche of touchdowns ono Saturday ered thero. At tho moment of her afternoon recently ut Caso.Fleld, says arrival a huge crato full of cats burst' the Cleveland Plain Dealer. As the open and she was horrified to seo her , Brown and White tore down toward own pet aristocratic feline walking tho visitors' goal line for about tho away with a "nasty black cat" of the fifth time, a whlto sweatered cheer leader tried to eject "ome enthua- gutter variety. into the glum cohorts, Wlggens about that time had "Como on, you fellows! "All rived at the conclusion that dlscre- was tho better part ot valor, and getber, now! Hold 'em! Hold em!" ffiilnpd the cantrnlank of an outward ho veiled. bound ship justjn time to save him- - . But before tho crowd could col- SOlt irom UlS auni anu various oiuer . ieci us ureaiu uuu iuiiuw ins maim lng gyrations a small boy down In Interested cat owners. Mr. Wiggens said today tho date front piped disgustedly, "Ah. lot ot his return to Liverpool will be en- 'cm loose." ? tirely governed by tho market price GERMAN AVIATOR HAS ot cats. GOOD LUCK, GETS 2 PIGS Now 4 CASTOR 30 A You can bo a success, nnd n big success, if you. havo G&&& WZ&ti to-da- : M AMBITION, EltrcUQY, NERVK. Tho road' to success is oisy if you aro propurly prepared. A Business Education is tho chief requisite for preparedness. Tho big men of today almost, without exception aro .the men who prepared yestordcy. We prepare you for tho position that aro waiting the prepared manor woman. School iu session tli.'ontiro year. Pupils may enter at any. timo iuid receive propor classification. I'-- i Onto in ill li h 8 (Incorporntctl) OWENSBORO. KY- - : --- ( ' No Combination ' of Reading like It and All For $2-1- 0 11a 1 1 at v Issuesof n Aruavnimrc riurmvnmrX The Youth's Companion 62 ISSUES The favorite fanilr. wselljr of America. IX Great Serial or Groups in 1917. and Z0 Short Stories a thouund Ankle nd Sugcstn. a thousand Funnr-tanSpecial Pace tor all ge. a. all-ove- rTheMWoi jl && and 2 Issues of JM CALL'S MAGAZINE JM McCalTs Magazine 12 DT to-da- Th Fahlon AUTHORITY miti AKO A DMU rATTEM feMowed rillltan of American women. You will set the 12 monthljr mues o: McCjll's. m&klne not merely a "de partment" but a fcuSuocl BUgiiine every mccth ol 1917. fil SsafBrJ!?m lgff3'l UU - $9.10 Ittr ava-amo- 1 2 Otttt) U lit! (titm r T. 0, U. t iVluWi rt til Prf la kWk UU 0Sr tppur. u4 tt THE YOUTirS COMPANION for S2 weeks, and the 1917 Home C&lcadir. IThis Otierli to ncx Youth's Uomoartion tubicitbcrs onljr.) McClAU.'S MAGAZINE every month for one year: abo choke of any Mctiall Dies Pattern FRE& or 2 cent eatra to cover ceiling. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION. St. Pi J St, fCSTOM. MASSACHUSETTS m to-tl- liallaflLlalW flaBt 5w Lfc' Aa . t Children Cry CASTOR A ed pig-Iro- Berlin, Dec 111. Lieut. Walter Kugcl, one ot the. German aviators attached to tho army of Field Marshal von Mackenscn in Rumania, had a humorous experience recently. On a reconnolterlng flight over tho he landed lu a villago far behind the front. Tho population, which consisted mostly ot Bulgars and Turks, greeted blm Joyously and the Mayor of tho town presented him with two pigs. As fresh meat Is always needed by tho troops, tho officer decided to get the porkers to the Gorman Hues somehow. Ho bad them securely bound and loaded on his aeroplane. Then ho rose into the air again, with the squealing pigs, he reached tho headquarters ot his squadron two Russo-Rumanl- wUtU A.&4 !13BlBAaBBlBBlBBlBBBS . tOS W M tk BS&M W 7r1 1 tail ki m waivt? . up uubifW IsETi LlVUO m V - hours later. . U-r- Sure Way to Get Job. "Cau you cook?" Mrs. Worried asked the applicant for a Job in tho kitchen ot a Boston homo. "Can I cook!" tho girl repeated scornfully. "Why, madam, with mo cooking your husband'll stay boma every night to be sure ot being up In time for the breakfast I'll get him." ' Sho got tho Job. . The Bell Telephone is the Big Ben of Business. Ring up on the Bell. You may talk about dull times 'till you lose your breath but it won't help matters, save your breath to talk into your Bell Telephone. Ring up old customers, then start on a fresh list of prospects, there is no quicker way none that saves more time or expense. kaven'ta Bc,N Telephone, get one now. Call the Business office for rates. Jtj0 Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. BOX 111). OWENSBORO, KY. 0 . - For Sale. Good 120 acre rara on Rough River, 3 miles west ot Hartford. 60 acres in cultivation; other 60 acres Apply. ' Improved. woodland. TINSLEY & BARNETT, Hartford. Ky. to-da- , man and British crrlllan prlsouors who aro mora than 45 years old. About 4,000 Germans aro Interned iu tho United Kingdom and 700 British civilians aro Interned in Germany. Whether tho prisoners will reach their rcspcctlro homes depends up-o- n tho success ot tho Adnilrallty in finding a neutral steamer on which ENGLAND AND GERMANY TO EXCHANGE PRISONERS to make tho exchange Preparations aro being made to London, Dec 9. After protracted break up tho camps (or Germans on negotiations through the medium et tho Islo ot Man and those establishthe United States arrangements have ed for British civilian prisoners in been made for the exchange of Gar- - Germany. Only 5.S0O ot tho Ger mans Interned in tho United .Ktst-do- a expressed a deslro to return' to Germany. I( tho opportunity offered many would prefer to go- - 'to America, it la said. -- . Of. Mr. Beats," tho grocer said wearily, I ask you for the last time, will you pay that ?JQ you owo me?" ' For tho last time?" Itaata bJU4 cheerfully. 'l'n glad to hear ye say that, old mb. You kmew, I was netting awfully tired ot keariag ask that foolish queetiea!" Hajvlly lIposl . r ya T w r Slip a few Prinr. Y - FEMALE POLITICIAN smokes into your system! YoilVe heurd mnnv nn nnrful nl,n..i. ah . patented Drocess thnr w.w .... t,:. unu no wui uut 'uui en ana ieis... von VOUrhll Wlthnnf nnmnkn.t.l 4i t-- AlKf ft. 1. H)Tlofdl ItbUM TAltaVIIIIII C. in IS AT HEAO OF FARM MBS. OKBTBUDK LKK, A OOLOU- ADO KLKCTOH, IH MANAGKU OF BIG TRACT. Children Cry for Fletcher's fafekaMMmaMftaMMJhAtUA ' ! .! 2fi olHKe yur DanK ro11 "ml nrnvo, of ,. , vtlJ, lluul OI ,ne Qa Jrnnce Albert hns nlmmic , i.i without coupons or premiums. We preierio give quality! There's snort smnkiW n ninn - -- ii:., your own, but you know that you've potto have the right tobacco! We tell you Prince Albert will bang the doors wide open for you to come in on a good time the national joy smoke firing up every little so often, without a , retlret! You'll fop! lil-- o ;uui w ....w pool has been wasted, and will be sorry 'iunc cannot you back up for a fresh start. You swing on this say-s- o like it was a tip to a thousand-dolla- r bill ! It's worth that in happi ness uuu tuiuenimeni to you, to every man wno Knows what can be gotten out of a chummy jimmy pipe or a makin's . . JTT10Ke . . it ..Zrr' . ci t t s . . Denver, Dec, 10. Mrs. Gertrude Leo, flrat woman elector of Colora do and former chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee. finds It is just about ns hard to man age n thirty-thre- e horsepower tractor us n party Btcamrolfor. For Mrs. Leo has taken over the management of a l,r200-acr- o farm, which includes tho direction of the farm hands, tlio control of sixty head of stock, and the tlllano of 200 acres of wheat. She Is engaging in this active scrvico because her husband Is detained with the Colorado troops on the Mexican border. "When I get on tho farm I forget politics ultogcther," said Mrs. Lee. "One can't well think of any thing else when ono tries to mnnnge a .farm My hobby Is Sudan of that size. grass. "I get up In tho morning at ji o'clock nnd by the time I cook and wash and make beds and churn and sweep and clean and supervise tho work, I am ready for bed. "Yes, I expect to spend the rest of my life on tho farm. It wnn tho ideal of my husband and myself to Jiavo a farm. "You see, my men don't, know I manogo them nnd consequently we get along beautifully.'' TWO BROTHERS VllAt PULPIT 120 YEARS Thomasvlllo, Ga., Dec. f6. After n years, filling tho pulpit the Rev. E: II. McGchee, hnB applied to the South Georgia Conference Methodist Church, South, for a pen sion. Ho and his brother, tho Rev." the J. B. McGhee, have given church 120 years of unbroken service. ' fifty-seve- Ihe been in uso for rovcr orcr 30 years, has borne the signature of Kind You Havo Always Bought, and which has flow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of SL 2nd ChildrenExperience against Experiment. Just-ns-good Stf CJJ&fflttfcs 7f s,dal sPervision since its infancy. and has been made under his per-- tastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, age is its guarantee. been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic nnd Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural elcen. The Children's Panacea Xhe Motker's Friend. Drop3 and Soothing Syrups. neither Opium, Morphine nor What is CASTOR A It is pleasant. other narcotic substance. Its For more than thirty years it has It contains cigarette with Prince Albert for "packing"! 1. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Tlilf GENUINE CASTORIA FBears the Signature of ALWAYS R. niMvaawa, fl. t. tilhf rtrtnt inaoi iniuaj rraiin fact, ever Prlnc Alhert riArtrir haa .. iuc3nuKBiujruu icat onuireversetue. you ji JulyMih. 1807- .tUm WIHIVU 0 gi.iC.UVVHIl' . x A1hfrtMv ri1 tin nnrt In rpHR Prlnc n.'. La - E5HMWJ2 iGAHt- - Ti'rri rw sri:w pa-.th- ur.v - - ... fl..... til. ... tint.... That meant mtnt hat grunted a patent on tha procett by which Prince Albert It made. And by which fonrfua bite and .. r.vrry- iiiimi jMiifLfvcviputj wuvivivuatnisioiurau unna you "k. . rrince Aioeri awaiting tidy in loppy red bant, 3c: .ins. iw; nanaiomt pound andhatr-poun- Z In IJse For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought .!,.. d tin humldort and In uiai clever crystal- tooacco in aucn fine condition Olvrayai ISiirvN5ftW aattiv mi assZOSj' mw (laaahumldor.wlth tponce molttener top, that Lecpa tha Starck Pianos in Advance Safiafac Hon Guar LowentNet "jsx-- No Money HHgSSaB LIVING SKELETON HAS PRIZE BABIES CmCUH MAX WKIfllll.VG O.NI.Y 38 rOUXDH Ifl KATIIKU OP WIN- XING IIAISIES. u Little Athcrlon's papa la a "living skeleton." But she should worry. Judges at tho biggest, baby show hold In New York this year decided nho was the most perfect Jmby of Adc-lald- Now York, Dec. 1C, thorn nil. Adelaide's father's fnmo aa tha "dudo skeleton" of Harmim & Ball, ey's circus didn't ma'ko the slightest dltTorcnco to Adelaide when tho pretty bit of femininity decided to "grow up beautiful' Just to get nn early start, Mlsa na to posslblo gasoline production, Adelaide onterucl a baby show in F1L.K8 SUIT FOB GBAVE both by tho ordinary commercial Chicago when she-wasix months old OF GOV. JOSKIMl DESHA processes and by the Bittman pro- and carried away tho bluo ribbon as 37th Ann. j coss, is now In pross. , Ky.. Dec. - 10. Suit port, Director U. S. Geological tho best Infant of her age. ' filed here today in Federal Court yey. Department of tho Interior. fJior brother. Harold, a year hor Junior, also declined to bo handlf ny Mrs. Irasmtilo Bledsoo Desha Ogll-- 1 -- &cappnd by Papa Alhcrton's meager vilo," or Washington, D. C, to tits-- 1 . Ho carried off tho hon- possess owners of a tract of land on dimensions FOR FLETCHER'S ors in n baby show when bo was six winch Is loeajted tho gravo of former months old and ngaln whoa ho rcilch-ci'fc- Gov. Joseph Dosha. This land Mrs. tendcrago of olghtccn monthii. Ogllvllo claims, Is tho familyv buryTho mother of Adolaldo find Har- ing ground. THE LADIES' HOME' JOURNAL. old Ik a woman. In hor twenties, well Tho ground claimed by Mrs. Ogll-- ! THE SATURDAY" EVENING POST doyolopod nnd healthy. Sho weighs 'yllo Is betweon Royal Spring Branch, and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN 122 pounds, Scott County, and thq North Fork wish to socuro tho sparo tlmo of- - a Artlo Athcrton, tho "splelor." for , of the Elkhorn, running from tho end man or woman to net as local renro- anyonoot tho numerous circuses with of the old bridge in Georgetown along sentatlvo in Hartford and vicinity, which ho travolotl, will tell you "ho t the Frankfort Tike and extending looking after tho rcnowals of their Is tho thinnest man In tho world, ugo to tho contluouco of tho wo streams. many subscriptions In this section, 27, weight 33 pounds; 10 Inches Tho land is owned by ?. Y. Kelly, ! nnd introducing theso publications nrounu mo wnisi, i d- -i arountt tuo jonn iinll, A. L. HawkinB, J. s. ' to new readers. Payment will ba bleeps. Ho Is so thin ho looks llkd Montgomery, Mrs, Bcllo Cook Dr, mado In salary and commission. Pre- s. a knlfo blade, when Btandlng. F. F. Bryant, Martin Bridges, J. C. vlons experience Is desirable but not Bradley, A. N. Bradley, and Dr. essential. For details address, with At birth, Artlo weighed two pounds. Muma, against whom tho suit was references, Box 654, THE CURTIS Ho wagpractlcally an invalid until filed. PUBLISHING COMPANY, Independ17 years old. Altho exceedingly Mrs, Ogllvllo Is a great grand- ence Square, Philadelphia. 1713frail, ho says ho was nevor Blck a daughter of former Governor Desha, day in his lifo. sho claims title to the land thru her Longed to See Goods. Athorton Is proud of bis father, B. S. Harmon, her grandTrade was bad. At the end of anbabies, mother, Adelaido Desha ' Harmon, other blank day tho discouraged and her great grandfather, Joseph salesinan callod on another, prospec- Nervous Women. Dcshn, who was burled at tho fam-uiv- o customer and asked to show his When tbo nervousness is caused By buryjug ground In 1842. samples. by constipation, ns is often tho case, Mrs. Ogllvllo has lived abroad "No, there Is nothing I wont to- you will get quick relief by taking much of her llfo and says It Is only day," said tho customer. Ghnmborlalu'ri Tablets. Theso tab- - rccontly that sha loarned of tho use "But wll you Just examine my Ob-'t- o lots. also lmprovo tho digestion. which tho burying ground is put. lino of goods?" tho salesman everywhere. m.Tho ground, eho claims, was to be slstcd. -- Xj protected under a trust. Sho alleges Tlio customer would not. rI NKWSlVM'im PIUNTKI) j Tint ths iviivv UlVIIUH Mm ttlntit ttha 4b Wiw fntinrt nMit1 IIIU 'IUl.V lltlu "Then," enld tho salesman meekly, OX F1VM FIO LEAVES, been torn tfoy and tho headstones will you let mo uso a part ofyour 0 (destroyed. jcouijtor to look at them myself, as I Santa Cruz, Cal., Doc. lC.Be, . :nVQ not had tljo opportunity Tor ! Gusdljiio I'Yom Oil Shales. causo of tha high cost of paper and flmo time?" ,. In a'ntcipatlo;i of tho day when, -- e. tho failure of subacribors to pay'up. of thrf advanolng cost of Dhcouiastn, Luther MaQurston, publUIior of U" on I dont knoyiUow to thank I.Iobbs oraeic, kukhwp an omn prouueia oywin. Mountain ,Esno, feThas prlut an, edition1 of his wwkly ol fro'in pnroloum, It mteht be found, you for .this loan, old man. It seoms Son'tjK lftv8. Tho edition oonslsts cojnmwrtslly probtabla to utllUo ph if i could nev r properly enjy'y of ' ""of flvo pinned 'rau of th irl4 levo8 prlnttd together troleum to b- -una, own irom thn po ouDobba Pay, If you'd der'voil on both ;SJ2 h twlf ajul talked thatj Vl fJUfl& neWB l'ui9t clas. ilij.t!ou nt :m i ii(.ttsis of to- - v.'uy be.'orc jou msdo tbo touch ou'd I'.p.er liuvo got It Boston tiittil.i ui (!! L'GllnM ftllmfal Uil.'Jl'llMlK? 0.1'U an tauu 17 n " iruil . ...l..-,- . - b (IHl'i JtHCl ..jiii'.. uou of noriliwejt TrantKni't. J. .r u eaiipritu ..i xu,c" s i forth his reasons for "returning to cm Colorado and northeastern Utah. tho first principles for print U. S. Geological Survey has for three years been making field Inves Pr' a tigations of theso deposits. The examinations havo been accompanied x Suro Way toMnnV Heart. A young woman who thought she by mapping of tho areas of hydrowas losing her husband's affection ' carbon shales and by 'such field went to a seventh daughter of a sev- measurements of the thickness of the enth dnughtcr for a lovo powder. shales in workable beds and such Tho mystery woman told her: rude field distillation tests as will "Get a raw piece of beef cut lint afford primary Information concern about nn inch thick. SHco an onion ing tho amount and richness of tho in two and rub tho meat on both shales In different parts of the reg tildes with It. Put on pepper" and salt ion and toast it .on each side over a red Very rough but cautious calcula conl tiro. Drop on It thrco lumps of tions of the contents of the shale in butter and two sprigs, of parsley and parts of tbo area examined indlcato get him to eat it." that the distillation of shale from Tho young wlfo did so and her beds over 3 feet thick In Colorado husband loved her ever after. alono will yield more than 20,000,- -' 000,000 barrels of crudo oil, from Good For Constipation. which moro than 2,000,000,000 bar Chamborlnin's Tablets are excel- rels of gasollno can bo extracted by lent for constipation. They are ordinary methods. A roport giving pleasant to take and mild and gentla tho results of these explorations and In effect. Obtainable everywhere, m tosts and an account of experiments tf 'A Defeated Candidate. sent this inventory of a defeated cnndldato of his campaign losses and he wants tho readers of this paper to help him enjoy-lt- : "Lost four months and 23 days canvnBsing; lost. 1,240. hours sleep thinking about thd election; lost 43 acres of corn and a whole sweet potato crop. Lost two front teeth or hair in a personal enand ot counter with opponent. Donated ono beef, four shoats and five sheep to country "barbecues. Gave away two pairs of suspenders, four calico dresses, five dolls and thirteen baby rattlers. ICJssed 12G babies, kindled 14 kitchen fires, put up "eight stoves, cut 14 cords of wood, carried 24 buckets of water, picked nine bales of cotton, gathered seven wagon loads of corn, pulled 47G bundles of fodder, walked 4,060 miles, shook bands times, told 10,000 lies and talked enough to mako In print ono thousand volumes size. of the patent So(inobody a-l9,-0- 86 of-fl- ea nuteed Terms xl" P. A. STARCK PAEBIOtNT PriooH Sayiu I'aot EjiHi.Jt A 81O0 to of 9200FacFrom tory Direct Orciro. We will sl)lp you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free Irlal. In your home. No cash payment required. AH we aslc Is that you will play upon, uo and test this piano for 39 days. If, at the end of that time, you do. not find lt'the highest Brado, sweetest toned and finest piano" In every way, thstt'fpu have 'oyer Been for the monfy, you ore at perfeo liberty to send it back, and we will, In that went, pay the freight both ways. T i Starck Piano must malto good with you, ) or there is no-sa- le. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL tr lWZl Sav. $150.00 Mart Easy Payminls You bav no cash down, but after SO days payment on the low, j of trial, you can est, easiest terms ever cuggcucu uy a piano you- We rfilp direct to you from our factojy, at prices that care you upwards of S150.GD Itr Jia cost of your piano. We guarantee to furnish you a better piano for the mouey than you can secure eltewlK re. You are asurol of Tcclvlng a utiiifactory twett toned durable high erads piano. manufacturer. These terms are arranged to cult your convenience, and It Is posslblo for to buy a piano for your home, without . -- . mlsstnir. the money, . reports-Attende- d 16 revival meetings, was .CliilcLroE. Cry baptized four different times by immersion and twlco some other way; contributed $50,000 to foreign missions, made lovo to nlno grass widows, got dog bit 39 times and then got defeated." Russellvllle News-Domocr- cuarantcei for 25 years. Tbia tpxrantee baa bac of It our SS years of piano experience, nnd tbo reputation of an renposaible piano house. OR.Vaov Bitnvaalaat , . , .M ticattw. Etctt StaixV Piano it oisircK Starck art the beet and mnt besutt-ru- l P1vct Vin-- s on ths PMycr-rtaa- FiayW'rMM 1 j a tares number 50 Frss Kuslo Lessons Icswnj. in ore of till! beat known 8chc0la in Chlraso. There Season yot can tilo la your own home, by mill. This represents cna year's fret Instruction. inu-I- ftrc.tantlr on hand of slightly used iuuuq ui iu .aua Heeunu-uaustandard maVci iike.n In for new KUrcl; Pianos The follow, and Player-Pianos- . ins are a few sample bargains: Wa have Weber Stcinway of $110.00 92.00 C0.03 tnirVet. iOu win do with the man; exclusive features of these wonderful Instruments, and will bo pleased with tha very low prices at which they can be secured, q StarcU Pianos, we give free c To erery parchater Chickcrlng Kimball Piano Book Frea Starck Second-han- 95.00 195.00 bargain list. Send for our latest complete he -- CASTOR! A s c Business Scholarship. Wo havo for sale, a scholarship, good for a complete course in either P. A. STARCK PIANO CO Send today for our new beautifully illustrated piano book which slfes you a U'jo amount of' Information rejardingptsnos. This book will Interest "and pliuse you. Write today. 1313 Starck Bid!.. CHICAGO ! Bookkeeping or and Accounting Stenographers Courso in tho Owcns-bor- o Business & Industrial College. For particulars apply at Republican ofllco. tf ! i sldo-way- - Tko Water Cure. m A Swedish farmer, who lived on his wheat farm In Minnesota, was taken 11 and his wife telephoned tha doctor. "If you havo a thermometor," answered the physician, "take his temperature. I will be out and see him THOS. E. MO - 44446644-)y 4 Plasterer, ccorator and Contractor, . v prlzo-wln-nln- fi presently," An hour or so later when the doctor drovo up tho woman met him Lifetime cxperionco with best of workraon, and can give any reference desired.' Gall me on Hartford Mill Co., 'phone, or Address mo at Hartford, Ky. at tho door. i "How Is ho?" asked tho doctor. "Veil," said sho, "I bano put tho barometer on him, like you tell mo and it say 'Very dry,' so I glvo him We Knock the Spots Out of Things a pitcher of water to drink, and now ho ban gone back to work." Sloan's Liniment Eases Pain. . S.o.iu'b Linlmont Is first thought of mothers for humps, bruises and French Dry Cleaned antl Pressed in a Superior Manner. sprains that aro continually happening to children. It quickly peno-trat- Send us your Garments and Have Them and soothes without rubbing. Cleaner aud moro oftacttvo than in usCLEANEDCLEAN sy planters or ointments. For rheumatic oehos, neuralgln pnln aud that Packugos callU (or and delivered. grlppy sorauew after ealda, Slonn'3 Liniment give prompt relief. Havo THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB a lot lu handy 'for bruises, btrtUns. A. Ivn Nail, Prop. Fori miimIim and all external pain HAIVEKOUU, KISNTUgKY. tho thousands whoso woik calls ibem ' rjKzc ,. rn)'" i!,o pa nai,.l tuiioi follow In x; ..uri. itr nli vi.l by Sloan's Subswlltsi forl'lie Hartford Ropib. 1 llcan Lnuuicut At nil Druggist-- , 2rH' $J.OO per jcar, os . ' ;, II Book-koeplnff, na lo - Ladies' and Men's Garments I IE Flfty-flv- o H 4 .. Les-Botypewriters. explained by Moving Picture machine. Soveh blK Do pattments Shorthand, Tolesraphy, Stenotypy, Mtislj, Primary N'oriqal.- Expert teachers. Modern equip- . iont ,.,.". ment. Position Write for caUleitue. assured: rpy Daviess Co. $, College JfeV dU-El- Ineorpora,tyd OWfyNSHOUQ, bw" 9a3f2tS&aBB33S33B832 1 r n.i iniwTini-T- -t. ,MTT.rt1.f,r r Will be easy, as T Mmmi X-M- Mil -- DELM . EKCKEK DECIDING WHAT TO GIVE THIS AS S'; neariy everything" has advanced in price Nnt e hrtd i qoud biipply on EXCEPT JEWELRY. There lis been no raise on gold unci tilled jewelry and ninny other articles in our lino, but Clocks, Cut Class, and Silverware nave uuvuuu I'd some. .s. tj e , put. lack? eiated more, why not go right now and select your present and have it all fciwfc, Wc urgo jou more Uian ever to buy early this year, us materials of So as jewelry k Sfc are so scarce that the factories may run short a little Iatec. and appro most appropriate girt, and always has been, a it can lw kept longer JSv, rs1 will 50 at the ;Vv last. XV ull price as. long as her-- y sieiidily inorenmxl our stock ami raUiy and this year is by tfo means an exception. There Mrib (hvi MMHttr Auas to UHHit;;n, bum few are Vateh Bracelets, Ncoklnccs., llings, ai ISfc? SiiYannuw and I&islnmn Kodaks. The Watch TW O.1 i ! &tnwMi KMlaksary exlromely appropriate this year. IfcawNHfc k& Iwr ))kv Ue toa yrs wo have been Cut-ghvi-- 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 ii m ' ' -- Hartford Republican. EoUnd according to law at tb Potofflct mull matur ol tb oecond Hertford, Kjr.. by bringing- us some 27i cent paper, cheaper ink and other necessities. Very truly. - mUnL inUUltl nRL. .' UrU TDflnDS IDC t t2-i- r now what you will immmmmimmmammmimmmmmm GARCIA LIVED CENTURY that! Well, you try now, hard. Think If a sSctBt nuratwr of our voters Famous Man Rounded Out Hundred TO LEAVE BORDER wt!l pst this question squarely up Years. I " to tie candidates they Intend to sup' DECEMBER 25. port, tfc' defeated candidates will ' The most notable centenarian of events of It seems that certain years transpired upon cer- - 3LVXT GUARDSMEN ORDERED ttvt ashamed to kick, however. all time, one who had more lu his Editor ALLISON J. HARNETT strtMty they may feel like doing life than mere length of years, was may keep them HOME KENTUCKY NOT Manager tain days that we W. S. TINHLEY,. .Itustaess se. holy and the mind of the aged rest-- ; Manuel Garcia, born at Zafrl, In IX THE LIST. I hope our candidates will each Catalonia, In 1S05, died In London, to cd and the hearts of the young glad- Address all communications but I on July 1, 1906, passing away at I make an honorable canvass jdened. What a chain of monotony' Tne Hartford Republican. against signing any the age of 101 years and four months. hours these links of twenty-fou- r San Antonio. Tex.. Dec. 19. Na- -. would advise would be were they not variegated t(oca, Gua.d orgaaisaUoas assregat- - ' agreements that however honorably Ho was considered tho greatest teachNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS suspicion or fnlso er of singing the world has over kept, might-for- m (Jwlrlajf tb paper nt to a new now and then witn a noittiay. BoMcrtUn ins over 10.000 troops yesterday, ddreu taiut Eir. tti old addrei Id mallcfi tb It is the nature of man to celebrate were designated br General Fnnston statement endangering the election known, and was the Inventor of tho nqnMt. go laryngoscope. On his 100th birthHe acd Jc victories, great deeds and the birth Local nnJ .Votlw- - lOe nler and return f of the nominee.' However, a pled Bii1n Jto ,eaTe the humanity. And be the victory. nheir respectlve states, to be muster- - to support a candidate's successful day ho attendod a banquet In his nildltloDHl Insertion. Vrr llotfor tnt opponent would not bo objectionable honor at tho Hotel Cecil, London, in , f th Federai OblUnrie, BmoIo tlori" nml Card of Tb ink J the deed or the birth of sufficient fm- -; p.r IU, nontj la adtonte. on the accounts indicated. I The pub- a distinguished company of must-claportance, holidays, feasts and celc-- l The organizations will move home- -' lic admires Cb.rcb 'ntI- - fur tfTitt ttrt, bat- olhr the ganto loser, as It desranons voice me juouauon 01 me ward and scientists. Ho composed 5c pr !In, thre gronpS l0 faciliute use idTrtlvaiit, cowardly kicker, and let us a "speech for tho occasion no people. iil recir December 2S- wc celebrate onrmuai iommnnVtioM and read rolllnc stock. Cars are now bein tests the 1 nativity of Christ. Some would aHen,bIei for reglmcnts included In In adynocc make kicking appear ro part of It, hnndlng tho manuscript tt"tlont contemptable that no defeated candi- to the chairman, who read tho rejhavo the youth dl8Pensc wlth -the first group and the movements firework, his ecstasy, his glee and irom vari0U5 border pojnU vn bc- -, date will dare to do it. mainder of it. This spooch was as J. II. THOMAS. -- . cs 3Tm.Tm.ozc' (assume a countenance 01 piety. follows: Rjn j a fcw &Ay9i ' I the first appearance of the col-- . "There Is qn old story, somo of Th. moVBmf,n, Wfls directed by MURDERS IN UNITED STATES Is you may remember, which, when ( DECEMBER 22 obrlty to be celebrated, or the birth- Gcn Fun8ton nnder authority of a yBIPAV read It, changed the aspecUof things (of Christ to be piously commemorat- Bcneral order is8ued recently by tho Number In Out of All Proportion to for mo by its very name, . Ab "l ,s the birth and not tho ,,. , .. DcDartlllent to reduce aB ho for that t. b u., xji.iy couiu.. t uuR uu . Punishments. - ChrlHtmaa annlversarizcs was n stroke of genius. 'Put Your. uet'iiitu uent uiu iujci-- uk mc v. but he can put the lid on Sunday. we taKe tne position mat 11 is mi Uona, 0uard on th0 border. lt . self In His Place.' What n differNew York. Some Interesting, al- ent world it would bo event Joyful to tho human race and volves 16,647 men, which brings the if we all did Can't we have a little legislation a tlmo when young and old, alike, though discredlble, statistics were fitretigth of. militia troops on,, tho ' regulating 'the tobacco season? should bo merry and happy. Let Mexican border to 75,000 meq. Tho brought out as to the proportion of murders, lynchlngs and othor felontho children havo their fun, let laugh- It will co it nioro than double tho Inr rlnr ntnl vmi lnllph. tnn. fnr Mmi- - entire movement is expected to bo ies in tho United States as contrast completed by January 5. pric of former years to turn a new dQy Js thQ blrtMny of tho 8011 of ed with other countries in an address Tho troops to be sent home includo leaf this year. Society of Medical Juris- 'your God. guardsmen from Pennsylvania, Mich- before tho prudence, at tho rooms of tho igan, Indiana, Missouri, Nebraska, New Tho business manager of a county ,' York Academy of Medicine, by SHIRT, THE WIND AND Maryland, Illinois, Iowa, New York, paper has tho devil to pay every Henry A. Forster, of tho New York A IIUTTON HALT TRAFFIC Wisconsin, Minnesota, Kansas, North Wfyek. I Bar. Utah. Dakota and "Among -- tho enlightened nations ' ' " on hundred vehicles were Indiana troops In tho list are: the United States leads SioaU'n dove returned with a leaf the world In Len- - Company A, Signal Corps, Ambubut the KnlBcr'a brd came back .orcc,,. t0 wait ten minutes at hi) freeing murderers and felons," lance Company No. 1; First Battalclothed lu tho latest Paris styles. Anglo-Saxo- n coun- -' Twenty-fift- h street at 6 o'clock the ion Field Artillery, less Battery D; declared, "while tries not under tho American flag Many a movie star appears on the other night while Walter Ilrown, Urlgade headquarters and Thirty-secon- d have tht) least percentage of mur-- ; ' Ho'sp'ltnl Infantry; Field I'vrivwnuu creen apparently before she has com- -, "7"' tiers and felonies," " j bcr task behind tho screen, cratlon"jwlth his knife. He had td No. r Mr. Forster gare the number of 1. 'cut Rway(a part of the shoo of Mrs. , homicides (including manslaughter) Farm For Sale. When wc appear upon the streets Cecelia Mdtlileson, 36 years old, or in tho United States In 1912 as ne Hundred and Thirtieth I desire to sell ray farm of 75 Christmas day wo jippe not to tho number of executions, 145. trf0t, who was literally a prisoner acres, located on the Hartford and In 1913 there wero 8,992 such .any poor girl with empty stock McHcnry public road, 2 miles from crimes and onfy eighty-eigor rasnion. execufags. Mrs. Mathleson was crossing the McHcnry, ono mile from Hartford tions. In 191-L- , the figures wero her skirt Jip 8O011 as Germany heard about street when tho wind blew Caught In aU! Ceiitcrtown Mke. Three good S,25l homicides and manslaughters wells of1 water, plenty of fruit for as agalust seventy-tou- r executions Henry Ford's Intention of organlz- - about her shootops and It peace expedition she pro- - onq of the patent buttons on some family uso, fairly good buildings, 20 (and two of theso wero for another lug another acres lu woodland, balanco cleared crlmd); and In 1915 there were now and very fashionable shoes. posed poaco. .. As she stooped down to fix it she of which 20 acres is bottom land. killings and only 119 executions. 1 "Mado gown in 7 minutes," says caught tho third finger of her right Will sell at a bargain. Chango In "Tho murdor rate In tho United headline, Guoss 60. We could tako hand between the inside of the sjwjo occupation only reason for selling. States," said Mr. Forster, "Is from BEN L. DAVIS, a pair of scissors and make somo avo und her stocking on the end of tho tea to twenty times greater than tho Beaver Dam, H. 2. j wlro holding tho shoo button. Tho 24tf have neon In eoven seconds. murder rato of tho British Eraplro 'wlro hctod like a fisli book und sho : .... : and other Northwestern European Advlco to composing rboirt for cou,jn't releaso her fingor." In THOMAS WiAKSKS ADVICE TO countries." CANDIDATES AS HKNHIRIjE- mnns keep tliu heads, "Awaits Kng- - tUat Ml0pinK position sho screamed "Our murder rato for tho period land'a reply," "Awaits J5nland' re-- for hoiv aB an automobllo nearly ran 1903-191- 3 was 6.4 por 100,000 of I road with population. Editor Republican: ply," and "Awaits carrnnza's repiy her ,OWU- Tho rato at tho samo editorrtandlng Iirown hold up traffic and trlod to interest your rcceut sensible time for England and Wales was 0.8, 2.0; for 1 .kaue ibe finger, but could not. ial advice to prospective candidates for Prussia (1904-1913- ), An English writer 1ms11v 1.9; for ItThen he cut aav tha top of the boforo tho Republican primary 'next Australia (1910-1913- ), We kiinn ' shells conUln pSiitr. in year. Mrs. MAibesou wait put aly, 3.0." '. 'b ...d laken t uariam Hos- Porsonolly I care vory llttio aiiout don't know about it being in tb .... yf. county eholln but there lius uoen popper b- j wber4, Dr noach had to par- - who carries tho keys to tho Administrator's Notice. loro Bomewhero lu Germany's war form an operation to get tho wire Jail,, or performs othor duties of . All persons having claims against materials. tho county omcoe, but I am Inter- llio ostato of R. L. Taylor, deceasod, out; How York Herald. ested In seeing tho preservation of aro horoby notified to present samo Tho winter meet of tho Kentucky the Republican party iuOhlo county. to mo, properly proven, on or before I'njs $.100 For r.O Cento. .Prose Association will bo held lii An tpparontly saro majority Is a February 1st, 1917, or they will bo Stolla, a Konokha, Wis. Anton LnniuviiiH DMMiinlMir 28 and 29. A tempting bait for numerous asnlrante forever barred. la an export at catch liulohor.;good program has been "ranged and before tho primary, and I know of SILAS L. 8TEVENS, can forgot the high , Jf M,nininB tmt. no way to limit tho number, but tho Administrator. " 'v with his pet feat and ' becaino remedy for harmony after the prima,u nf n,.fer ami other urllitlliK ma- rons turlals in any town that plnco Is thu so acurato that ho nover missed. ry may bo exorcised boforo It by our ! Trim Tlmrn. Kentucky metropolis. Offlcor What's that In tho ditch? Each tlmo tho coin went higher and voters, Tommy Private 'Igglnbottom, I will llluhtrato It In this way: ri. i.,...iviii.. r'liv fv.nncll hau loach tlmo landed squareiy ueiwcen 'his teeth. It plowed his aUdloltco. When John Doe, who Is a candldato sir. passtxl an ordinance prohibiting the celling, for a county office, npprouchos rao4 If Officer What's ho doing thero? uso of human dontn Unps. It le well Finally tho coin struck tho suy, "John, I Why don't you help him out? , stops to It ramo down with surprising force, I am for him, I will that the Kails City is taking Tommy Well, sir, wouldn't that want to bo for you, If you are a of but Anton 'was on 'tho alert. tirotoot this bartlewlar speelMt first and a candldato aftor- - bo a soft tiling to do, seeing na 'ow ' It ex r:tti8ht It, but not In hls'toeth. eamo, wbth would soon beauino swat ward. Politics isn't ordinuriiypiay-o- d I've Just put 'Im in? London Punch. goInK, landed in his mouth and ho (Inat at th rate It baa by Sunday School rules. Somet far the past low months lu that lo-- ( lowed 11. Wo Cure For Dumb Beasts. una i" " body Is going to bo defeated and it A pliyBioian nurriuu cullty. Wo havo opened a hitch and feed Hospital in Chicago. may lo you. I am more interested ProBbylorian occufrom tho In tho succoss of tho Republican par- stablo in tho building recently was removed The coin OUR M'ITER TO SANTA. ty than I uta In your personal for- pied by Cooper & Co., and aro ready Dear Mania- - We havo tried to bo butchor's osophagus by means of an tunes. Now, It you are man enough to moot your wants In that line. Leavo good boys during tho trying inonthB operation. you, your Iforso whero you know It will bo J''ATipt that his medical bill was to accept u defeut, if It comesto of 1910. Whether wo havo sucto nnn Antfin la out nothlnR by thu and will plfedgo In advance your cared for. ceeded or not wo havo. endeavored TAYLOR & CRAnTREE, get out n jjood clean country paper. mishap, as 'ho htfs his half dollur , hearty support to tho othor fellow Hartford, Ky. it no is uouuuuicu 1 um iur ?uu. cucourago us In our efforts back. by-gor . to-o- yourselves each 109 C yearn old today. Not tho ladles, I will not ask thorn. Though they may como to that, they will never look It, and they will uovcr know It. and no ono will ever bcllcvo it. But you men can try. Fancy you each- lived 100 years and woko today to find yourself surrounded by klndlr clamorous voices, 'troops of friends What would you say? I think you would cny naught. I shall say naught, naught, .naught to all of you, except Just this, God bless you ercr Trr one." year In his ho revised the proofshcets of a book and colubrated tho beginning of bis serri. ns - year by play- . - - 1 1 cratoia. .. EiayssiTsc. ing his Kultnr and Btnglng a Spanish song. Some weekH later he attended n performance nt ono of thu London iss theaters. Tho available water power' of European Russia, including Finlaqd, the Urals and tho Caucasus, has bocn estimated by government experts at horse-powe- r, 30,000,000 of which scarcely 250,000 horse-powban bocn utilized. er ; . ,.!" . ..'..., o ..' : 1 SATURDAY NIGHT Will Be Your Lewst Chance! J i'i "P-pitt- ed seo-1C- W! 2; ht 9.-2- ' But the earliest shoppers for Holiday Merchandise will have Oar-man- . '.',,., '- '- . the largest assortment to select from, and can get better service. Don't put oil making your selec taons until the last minute. Get busy' now. However, nobody must be disappointed. We will be on the job late Saturday night. Every one shall have an opportu nity to complete his holiday list and be well prepared with Christmas Edibles for himself" and family. We are expecting you sometime between now and midnight Saturday. Ui , I E P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. s I V '1 Ploato X K r i Leave your laundry at Cascfolor's mmmmmmmmmmi ngcntB for Evansvlllo Work call-- , 13tr. White Swann Laundry. . 1 ofllco. t ElfzaiJotii DavltlHoii, who Is ed for In Hartford Mondny; dcllv- -' Mlsa ' attending K. S. U.. arrived yesterday orod Friday. Special attention to X-maDamaged parents, Mr. orit-o-f town customers. to upend Xinos with her ' 25tf j garments promptly replaced. and Mrs. .1. E. Davldnnn. Judgo C. M. Crowo has assumed Mr. L. II. Tlclionor'nnd family, re- -' cotitly of the Washington nolghbor-hno- his duties as police judgo of Hart- -' liuvo niov':l into tho Ford ford, his commission from Gov. Stanley having arrived lant week. Judgo property on Union street. heforoj Uluuy, III., will Crowo has held this position Mrs. Mary White, and his actions In his olnclal capac'-- j to visit her fath arrlvo hero er and mother, Capt. and Mrs. S. ty woro always considered fair. The oftico ' lias beon vacant for several K. Cox, and other rolatlvcs. x-m- as mouths. Mr. Wllllnm Taylor,, of Wlnflclil, J'nnn For Sale 180 acres, 1 Kans., will arrive In Hartford y to vlMlt tho fumlly of It. II. Martin mUcs east of linrtford, divided by L. it 50 acres good bot& N. Railroad. and others for a few days. ATNclson liau "moved his tom land, 100 acres cleared. Good Mr., J. If iii grocery, tho BIuo Front, from tho water supply. Will soil one-hadesired. Excellent title and prlco Is huiniing to tho Hcavrln-Bar- ? Urllllu right. Location could hardly be betrnss building ou Mala street. ter. Apply to L. P. Foreman, HartBuy your Candles, Mixed Nuts, 22tf ford, Ky. (5ocoanutn, Celery, Oropes, pranges bought Mr. G. Barnard, of Millport, and Fancy Fruits of all kinds from III 24t2 tho Felix Shaver farm, about one Acton Bros., Hartford, Ky. 0 Tuesday. Mr. A. Hunt, of IMcasant Illdge, mllo from Hartford, "was paid by the purchaser. Mr. who Is nn applicant for position of Barnard expects to stay In tho em appraiser tindor tho Farm Loan ploy of tho L. & N. Railroad comHoard, was hero yesterday. pany but boughC tho farm for an mi Money To lonn on first" class Iminvestment and as" a homo for himproved real estate. From flvo to diself and family In later years. twenty years. For terms ,soo or Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hcavrin reHftndkorchiefa from fie to 50c. write W. II. PAItKS, Hartford, Monday 18tC turned from Washington Ky. ' Ladies' Silk Scarfs from 50c to $3.00. Ihcy wero nt tho bcdsldo of Misses Mattyo Duko nnd Norlno whero you want Furs wo havq them at right prices. brother, Roy Hcav Daruett, who aro nttendlug Logan the former's rin, who lias been dangerously 111 off We also have a lino of Phoenix Hosiery for men College, RusBcllvllle, aro duo hero slight Improvement if. to spend tho holidays with pnouinonla. A and women. Prices 55c to $1,05. to Is shown In the case, according their parents. Washington Mr. Hcavrin, but tho Sweater coats for all tho family. Mr. J. W. Marks, of tho engineer- man's condition Is yet very bad. is Silk and Cr pe de Chine Waists for ladies,y$l ing department, Southern Railway, Leave your laundry at Caseblor's to $3.00. located at Greer, S. C, Is expected White to spend Christmas Pool Room.Agents for tho hero Wo have Kid Gloves, both for men and women, Swann Laundry of Evansvllle. Dam with his mother. aged' garments promptly replaced. from $1.00 to 1.75 por pair. Miss Laura Lllcs, of Horton, and Work called for at Hartford residenca We have a complete lino of. ladies House Slippers Mr. L. C. Hoover, Hartford." It. fi; es on Mondny and delivered by the "woro married by Judgp Jno. n. Wil following Thursday. Special atten$1.25. X-ma- s at Opson In tho county Judgo's ofllcc Wed tion to customers. Ladies' Hand Bags from 25c to $1.50. nesday afternoon; Repuben day and night. Opposite We have aline of. Rain" Coats for boys, misse?. lican building. Mr. Fred May, located at Cocoa, da., with the Southern Hallway Co., women and men at low prices. The deal spoken of in Tho ReIs duo hero Saturday to spend Christpublican recently through which Dr. Only two more days until s, conie and get mas vacation with his mother, your choice. . family, Mrs. Frank May. have become tho possessor of the your fruit list for local property now belonging to 'Dr. . In getting up Xmas don't forget that "Nelson's B. F. Tlchenor, failed to go through. Uluo Front Cnsh Grocery on Main :Dr. DoWeeso will rotnaln la Beaver a street has Orapges and Apples as Dam whllo Dr. Tlchenor left Tues good as the best and cheap as tho day for Crescent City, Fla., qn a mconronATEK prospecting trip. Ho "Was accomcheapest. We haVfTn "loT of "Woven Wlro panied by his son, Don Tlchenor, and Fence, which we purchased before John Glenn, who expect to locate In tho advance in prlco. It will pay tho sunny South. you to see us before buying. Iler's "CaU Prices, ACTON DUOS., pose, John Stock, a LaTimrt WC .Beginning Tuesday,. December 26, Hartford, Ivy Mr. It. E. Lee Slmracrmon and 24t2 STRAY STREAKS' pre-va- lf D., farm hand, who came p SL VtaA cash' prices will W. It. "wTTfocfcer, Preutls, was tho .following Miss Winnie Davis Slmiuornian: wore on a celebration and was arrested By at Iler's Grocery for tho remainIn Owcnsboro yesterday. tried In County Court on the 18th (By Fluke McFlukc.) year: ing days of this Patrolman Humphrey in the: mta : perDECEMBER, ! v H For a period of rest and an enjoy- and 'adjudged to be a lunatic or 1 can puro Hog Lard. . of it, was tho walking bank. 99.50 .; mind and committed able evening go to. Dr. Bean's plcturo son of unsound Kentucky Asylum 100-rb,'.7.75 Ono of Hartford's young ladles was had $95 pinned under his shirt fen Sugar ..n for to tho Western I,., H. & ST. h. It. U. TIME TAULK. show. Now reels for each show. Oyster' Shells 100-lb- s. .85 looking over a paper a few days since blanket fashion-- tho Insane. S:22 p. m. No; 113 duo 100-lb- s. 5.00 and came across an article of toBest FlOur "It's safe and Iffe'eps ttie wind out." Miss Salllo Coleman, a student of Miss Mandy Bennett, whllo empty- 100-lb". -- B5 No; 110 duo at Ellmltch 7:30 a. m. K. S. U Is spending Christmas with Hen Feed bacco news, relating to the sales, &c, he said. on a 2.TK) J; s. Not 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m.. her parents and fanllly, Paradise. ing a scuttloof ashtjs, fell 25c Coffee and among other things happened to pavement at her homo yesterday e Ar. Irvlngton .. C:35 p.ro. 1.73 notice ' 20c Coffeo Sander-fu- r 50c To 03c Values Foe that a certain firm would pay AlJ. W. Wilson bought-thmorning, breaking her arm, " LiV. Irvlngton .. C:G6 p.m. '.,:.'. .50 " cents per pound for all kinds of Nolson's. BluoFrontCasn S0fi.: groundB last though tho Injuries were painful her One 75c Broom Grocear tract near tho fair Ar. Louisville , 7:40 .p.m. 1 Gal. puro Apple Vinegar : . . . ; .25 trash. The young lady being rather. now has a special Bale on' in week, paying $1,500 for 4614 acres. condition Is not serious. ;... No 111 Lv. LoulsvlUo .. 8:358.111. .05 mixed as to particular sort oftraBlr Soda to '65c values for wjy Mr. Ellis Beii, Matanzas, passed Winter. Is hero and tho weather Is loilbB. Pink Beans Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m. 1.00 referred to, exclaimed to her mother 39c This line includes Bucket. best thine for 1.00 s. Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. Uiruo here yesterday enroute homo cold. Wo have-thLimn Beans or some- one, ao to what an exceed- Kettles, Dlshpans, ' Coffee PeA. 1:04 p. m. from K. S. U where ho Is a stud- this kind of weather that you over s. 75 ingly good thing it was for all of Chambers, &c. Ar. Ellmltch Head Rico These articles smsaw and that Is a Hot Blast Coal ent. .20 tho people and poor people in parti- all big bargains. M., n. A E. K. It. TIME TAULE. Oranges Have to be seat ACTON BROS., - Heater. 35 BontU Bound, No. 116 If you don't think The RepubliFlno Candy . .' Come qniei: Bf cular as most any ono could gather to bo appreciated. nartford,. Ky. 8:46 a. m. can Is a good Christmas present for 24t2 2.40 up a few hundred pounds of trash you want anything in this Duo at- Hartford 1 Caso good Corn, 2 doz. liae. At your frlands eeiid It to your ene North Dound, No. 114 John P. Moseley, of Dundee, who 1 Case good Peas, 2 doz. '' . 2.50 of some sort and thereby secure qulto theso prices thoy will go like Sa 5:65 p. m. mies. 50 had heretofore been adjudged an 7 Boxes Oatmeal Due at Hartford i cakes." Tho Bluo Front als a. sum of money. (Doth "Mixed Trains.) Edward Duk"eTK7S." IT., arriv- Imbocllo or Incompetent person, at 2 Packages Arhucklo Coffeo . ." .45 Mr. full and complete lino of Candies. s. 2.00 Sugar ..." ed homo yesterdny to spend Xmas a hearing on December 18th, was Flics walk upon tho lomo of a Fruits, Nuts, Raisins, anil. In short, owIth 1Ua parenlB, Mr. nim airs. J. D. adjudged to bo of sound mind and nay. n'oed tn. tta summer anything you poor bald headed man-b- y HOLDS UP tho disability legally removed. WASHINGTON' Fancy and General Grocery lino al Duko. and In tho winter tltnc tho aforesaid . .1 News CONFIRMATION OF BEY Tho Sherm s oinco will bo closed prices that will please and save 7001 's Mr. Willis Lyons, a student In tho domo doth gctcoldcr than ri money. Everything now and fresh. LoulsvlUo Collcgo of Dentistry," 13 Monday and tho forco will celebrate feet. Washington, Dec. 18. American Much work has been Wo also bavo a cqmplote lino or and SoGial Euents, hore to spend Christmas with rela- Christmas. turned out from this department of relations with Turkoy aro so uuset- - ""A1 wont to LoulsvlUo tho other Flroworks for tho boys. Prices tives. that Ohio county's government .machine settled, It became known Vour patronage solicited Mr. Hoyl'Taylor, with tho South- wq wept upon tho tall of right. a vacation Is well earn- the State Department does not plan day and '' Prompt attention given, to all " em Hallway.. Cocoa, Ga., will a r-- recently and to nko any action toward tho con.fi rm-- I his coat when ho returned. Wo caBt ed. Mr. Park Taylor, K. S. U., la home . Romombor tho,. place XHK tlMaorrSw to 8pond n fow unresponour head upon'hls cold and ror tup nonuayB. The CltjTCouiicil "accepted tho res- atlon of Fund Bey, named by Turkoy sive chest, yes,, wo throw both arni3 BLUE FRONT GROCERV. days. J. A. NELSON. Prop. ignation of W. H. Burton as marshal !as Ambassador until that country around Al, lotting our hands lightly ?4t2 3oo ActoirBroa. lor Jumbo PickMr. It. T."Colllnsfwitirtho DuPout rep- -' --24t2 Powder Co., is expected hero Satur- ,of Hartford at a called meelliuj Mon glvc3 consideration to American les and Bulk Kraut. fall to hl3 hip pockets and then over rosentatlons and Interests. Stock Notice. hla day aftomoon nnd elected Perry j . Rofusal of tho Turks to aljow neat tho pockots of both dress and overwith your Itubbcr Rooflrig from day to spend Christmas i Buy Caioulor to fill tho vacancy. Chlof All thoso who havo ptock tor ship. '. coat and wo proceeded to And nothi2U2 family. ' . Actuu'Broa., Hartford, Ky., CaoMor Immediately assumed his ly 200 Americans and naturauzcu ng-. Wo oven watohed our chanco about .January 1, 1017, will picas j Americans All kinds of presents, from toys duties. to leavo Turkey at Jaffa, Mr. UlonOJarnoThas ,bcon given notify us" at onco. ' to tho mot useful articles, aro to tho conduct of tho Turkish authori- and went thru his suit caso and still a' position with Acton Brothers. tobacco buyer3 The J. S. CECIL,. Slnco then I vowed bp found at tho Ohio County Drug In their treatment of tho Syr- found nothing. lliio ot Assorted Flroworks report ectUity ai their bouse on tho ties "HENRY PIRTLE.. a. vow tho,t I would novor again shed Company's." ' and Armenians and tho abrupt Al's-goinCjpmniHtec-Ceutertown road. In -- pito of tho poor ians away or ho of a tear over Mr. .Loon Bishop, a student. In K. s&toon. '' 24t2?L '' according termination of tho capitulations " DEYER. fi: CO. Several farmers, B. L. joyed at his roturn. territoriality agreement, has a ir rnnrnni1 In lils homo at Cen- - to. Getting Even With Da,cl. that liouso, oytra oiio qf the raanaei;-- t ,, fu,ristmaa vacation Is postpon MUs Florence Logan returned from in hHre'recixod tho top prlco of ?13 created a situation which ... ' Mra. Harry P. Wh'lthoy, who ha . Kfnii'i ah.1u ...... in Wo'vo decided to send' a string of a visit .wan LoulsvlUo n ing action by tho department in tho wUh ha paront8 for their tobacco. navy boana to u selectcd,Vnumbqr of given a $ 250,000 field hospital to th day. confirmation of tho now Ambassa- .; Wo will polvo that meat problem "This war will go on and on,' sat4 Messrs. Joe. jJTi Foii and Lon Rog- ilni. our frlonds for vQU'rlstmafl' pres fuijntno of' Candles, Oranges for you. Soo M. T. Likens for fresh . ?qf " bolllgorcnts. 1'lkcvllle, havo lou'spendlnH; ers, of Fuad.Bcy has been chosen by tho. ents. raaH Apples, boo nnd cured meats. Prices right. At several dn , "This wur will go on aud on' kc In the county, visiting Porto to succeed tho last Turkish It. L, DEVEIt & CO. --T24t2 Mooro'a old stand. relatives. Thoy will Ambassador, Rustcm Boy, who was Doggon tho luck, wo hu"d oomo sort repeated, Badly, "and tho bUIo that H friend and ' " ChoTce "Family Pixels",' 10c per Miss Mary Marks, of the Western old from hero to Texas whero they j' of a fairly good Item up our sleeve getting tho worst of it will display ko Cash Kontucky Normal, will spend tho will likely spend some tlmo hutlng practically recalled for refusing to tho spirit of llttlo Willie. dozen, at Nelson's Bluo Front rotract derogatory statements niado and in pops Doo Riloy and Bat Nail "Llttlo Willie's father, as he laW holidays with hor mother, Mrs. T. S. and prospecting. .Grocery. negro and away goes tho aforesaid ltom. In a public letter comparing v ".:(' on tho slipper, Bald: headquarters for Marks, and family. In cut lynchlngB In thl3 country to perseActon lTrosTaro Wo have somo bargains " 'Willie, thla hurts mo more, Jxe , I'm getting tarnation tirod of Al Christmas Toys And Notions for thQi j,..ss nuIa Kig,"who IT attending gjass, chasserolos, serving trays.lvory cutions (n Armenia. . slipping into, my moro than it does you.' 24t2iGoorKotown College, Is spending thoiaml 0iony sets and a special prico and Leo children. "'Thou koop It up.' eajd Willie, private- - apartmonts and decorating I County Court. r.For a Koo'd useful gift for Christ, holidays wltjiW.hor parents here, Mr. on Jenther bound dictionaries. Hol-King. my Old Olhwr.wlth highly colored; grinding his teoth, 'iceop' It "up, County Drug and Mrs. J. ly paper nnd Christmas cards and ,mas, go to tho Ohio Mr. L. T, Parks, recently .qualican stand It.' " which uooa I f Company's. When In need' of Stoves" don't, for- seals. Como and too. fied as guardian of Lova Grady, Ella wblaky advorttsemants, ' te . .i the univemo at this particular tlmo OHIO C'OUNTY DRUG CO. Parks nnd Welma Rafferty. Acton Bros, for that get iha.- tor t,mt cftn savo yu .'.'Don't forget Extra Flood Causes Damace. of tho your. yon money. BROS., ACTON that Mr. S. II. Neafua qualified on tho Tho highest price paid for a load plu'co of new Furnlturo Onyx-fJ- Iy wife burst into a tiootfi " ; 2U2 , 34t2 Harford, Ky. of tobacco in Hartford this year was 14th, as guardian of Ethol, Roland .want for Xmas. of tears tho other ulcht. 5 Bills n.s Underwear. - received by L. L. Porter, of Heflln, and Ramey Dockery. Miss WllIyo"L"in41oy, "Point PicasMlsa Nancy Ford, who'has a poBrons Did sbo cause any troa-blo- 7 charged, ' St. Paul, Mliin. Underwear lint Mr. Raymond Phillips, $13.60 no s'ltloh in Bowling Greon, will arrivo ant, who is attending Georgetown! Wednosday, whon nowspapor, tho park ulcopor'a 17.50. Mr. Porter'B crop was with being "overloaded" or breach of ing of College, arrived hero youtorday, ond-fany for i visit. Onyx I should Bay bo. &wee iihmn to tho poday or .two with friends pooled with the' Equity and, was the pcaca on last Sunday .pleaded blanket, la riot unknown away $48 for u now hat In tho flmt JoiiiT TtoorcTreturned to1 will fljiend a Monday lice, but until recently thoy had noy-on Tuesday alter a short, before going to her homo for tho llvered to Tuck & Co., through tho guilty in Pollco Court seen $5 bills usod foe tho pur torrent. B.' ."..?. house hero. und waa fined ? 10.00 and coats. - hM. -. , holiaaya. . VIBH jvnu l.&Z3tWC&iaXZ2Z zx?,2&&ss3srjmbu&mmaxszsi For Sale- - Hourc niul lot In Cheap at $50. Apply at this Pool lloont, s- at COME TO ' ' Fair's A peep -- d, Carson & Cos and see the display o! y good t'fZj to our store will convince you that we are prepared to furnish you in anything in gifts from Toys for the children to the most lf ?3,-40- useful presents lor the older ones. Don't worry about what to give, but come rect to our store and you will find exactly what you want at prices- in reach ol your purses. Don't put it off, lor our stock I If 3 y going at a rapid rate. A hint to the. wise is sufficient. merry Wishing you all :5 . out-oNto- i X-ma- '"'.'" J&xi&S-G- I Carson St Co, Hartford, Ky. Hartford Republican. .... s. ......J. ..:,.. s, 10-fb- 10-lb- s. " ,..:..".... GrasH-ware--S- ... 10-lb10-lb- .......... - ............. - .... 6s 25-lb- personal grass-widow- f . " y, or-do- rs. - '" . A-I- e ,,." ' . y - I .'J Slram-erman- da. - '' r r ho-go- d , to-da- er T ,..ivi' Ross-Vaug- .- r r '3BtiS&3T3JBIgJBSL- - m JCVi3l"5Jt'""ri" Farm Department County Ascent Work. Through development of Improved organization nnil tho growth of a.inofo denhlto project system tho Ofllco of ExtcnHlou Work In tho North and West carried Its demonstration activities Into closer relation to tho practical needs of tho farmers of tlm region during tho pastycar, according to the annual report of tho States Relations Service of the department. Local associations of farmers took A greater part In tho work nnd more attention was devoted to studies of Jcal economic facts upon which to develop demonstrations of permanent value. Extension work in tho special Interests of farm women Vas un motcd through assistance given to farmers In determining tho factors that mako for succoss or failure In farm enterprises. Farmers' exchanges and marketing associations wero organized and effected largo savings to members. Uriel" ItciiiH. By virtue of n Judgment nnd order countrymen. of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court term. entered nt Its November 1916, in tho above cause, for tho purpose of a division of tho proceeds among those entitled thereto, and for tho payment of tho costs of the Tho golden plover otstho Pacific abova styled action and tho cost of ocean migrates from Alaska to tho this salo, I will offer for sale at pubt Hawaiian Islands. Its flight takes lic auction to tho highest nnd bot dertaken In tho territory under tho( It 2,000 miles across an lslandless MASTHH COMMISSIONER'S SAW:. bidder at tho court house doer in The Towtulan it trlne.i, ex Hnrtford, Ky., on Monday, January c1utie, sn.1 restful. Il excel-lioffice, and a number or women agenis sea. 1, 1917, at about tho hour of ono Iccati.a on Penn.jrliafU Ohio Circuit Court. wero placed In tho field. Avenue, Ifth ami II Street!, o'clock p. m., upon n credit of C nnd naket It a iteiirabte hesdaiui-teTho department, during the last J. C. Knlph, et al., Plaintiffs, specific results from Among tho 12 months,, tho following described vs. Nties Ijf titldll couple', tourllt Schooli and I iittcei conventions, work of the Ofllco fiscal year, employed 634 peoplo In Prudie WhIUaker, et al., Defendants. property, viz: the county-age, vjllccev work In the eradication A certain tract or parcel of land Pursuant to u judgment nnd orof Extension Work In tho North and atfrjcti the The TowlaMn In the der of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Ourt, lying nnd being In Ohio county, Ky., and control of citrus canker rfople of culluic and erfuettinn. West during tho yoar wejo: renderod at tts November term. 1916. on the waters of Mill Run Crcck.and In tirmimitv to Slate. War and .Navy Ucpailmflrt- - alio to many Yields of corn in fields managed Southern States, i purpose of selling an dma - nonntica ns ionows: for tho t lin:t tun IImtotical irterest, proceeds among tho heirs of I Ueglunlng at a HUgnr treo nnd two demonstrations under supervision as Inc tho Mil especially mlket It has been found that a few thor- J J. M. Knlph, deceased, as their re - , beeches corner to Jas. Eidson, near to a ilucnmirutinc mb. of tr'io county agents Incrcaspd on an lie. ough applications of crude pctro-leum- n spectlvo interests may appear, l will mo mac survey; menco as c. average 12.8 bushels per aero over The Prvrhatan efltri room to tho Interior of poultry hous- sell at public miction to tho highest I 182 poles to two black gums and a with detached bath at 11.10, tho average yields for the region. S. 20 W. poles to tho J; 00 and up Raorot with pridestroy completely tho com- and best bidder at Ky., court houso beech; thenco Yields of wheat In fields managed es will on Monday, la stone in Fcllv's line, corner to tho door In Hartford, vate bath, l SO, SI.SO aaj uy. January 1st, 1917, at tho hour of one ic acres Kciix bought or Samuels; as demonstrations Increased 8.4 bush- mon red mlto Infesting chickens. Write for baoUct with n:tw poles to a stono o'clock p. in., on a credit of sU thence N. 88 W. els per aero. CLl?FORD Jf LSW1S. The longest continuous flight of months the following described prop in an old line of Felix and Black MarTef Tlcld of oats In fields managed as survey: thenco N. to the beginning, any bird Is made by tho golden plov- erty, demonstrations Increased 11.7 bushcontaining 73 of land In A tract or er. From Novacotln to the coast county, Ky., parcelbounded ns Ohio Being sumo laudacres morebyor less. conveyed Rowan els per aero. and South America tho entire flight of Holbrook, Master Commissioner of Alfalfa was Introduced on 11,311 of Beginning at two beeches, poplar, tho Ohio Circuit Court, to V. M Several scoro registered stallions 2,400 mile3 Is accomplished without sweet gum and hickory, S. W. cor- - Hoover, et al., by deed of date No-nand" rams and several hundred reg pauso or rest. of the Fuqua 100 acres, and vetnber 23. 1903, nnd of record In Istnred bulls and boars' were placed running thence 3., SO W. 134 poles deed book G, pago 492, Ohio Conn-t- o ! A dvlco ,las ,,ecn originated by on farms. n poplar, dogwood and two small ty Clerk's omce.to which deed refer-blac- k Nearly'a thousand' fine bulls no specialists of tho department which oaks on a ridge In n lino of tho enco Is had for a moro particular do-or. earn with .longer useful In their communities promises a more satisfactory and old Russellburgh tract; thenco poles scripuonpurchaserlaniis. bo required Y MJUE will Tho a lino of same N. 11 14 W. 133 Inbreeding wero practical application of tho hot-wbecause of danger of nnd suftl-clnto four or near . er treatment for the prevention of side of a.beeches ontho N. E. tho north to executo bond with good after sale, security Immediately eaved from the block nnd tranaferr-corner of branch; snut of wheat and barley. said Russellburgh tract; thenco N. ' nnd a lien will bo retained on suld cd to other communities. cow- E. 93 poles to three beeches land as additional security. Ono hundred and forty-thre- e This December 15, 1916. on the end of a point; thence N, 11 Extensive researches by plant associations, 90 live-stotesting OTTO C. MARTIN, thologlsts of tho department upon W. 8 poles to two beeches, south-- ; 2 associations, and 142 ho Master Commissioner. tt3 west corner to the Sutton tract, Barnes & Smith, Attornejs. cholera control associations were or- - j " development of crown galls thence with a line of same 80 E. 45 0,i Plants show that these galls, which poles to a white oak and three beech very es. N. W. corner to tho Fuqua 100 .MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. More than 200,000 hogs were vac- - are caused by a bacillus, have aa? Plnt3 of resembUnco to hu- - acres; thence with a line or same 23. , Wnated against cholera. 10 E. 140 poles to tho beginning, Ohio Circuit Court, Bettor farm management was pro- - man cancer containing 113 acres, moro or less. Sallic Mndilor, Plaintiff, GUARANTEED SERVICE i vs. Notice. and being the sanio land conveyed Ono hundred per cent to J. M. Ralph, on May 8,, 18S4. hy'Luvena Southard, ct al.. Defendants.' PAI'ISK TKOUBLE UNSOLVED .MASTKK COMMISSIONER'S SALE. 0. 91. uriiiitn ana wnicn ticca is .or value. Special work for W. Pursuant to a judgment and order O. W. record In tho Ohio County Clerk's of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court. Ohio Circuit Court oflico In deed book 5, pago 333. reudercd at Us November term, 1916, W. F. STEVENS, Trade Board projMjses;Tliat Large T. J. Smith, Banking Commissioner, Also another tract or parcel of land for the purpose of a sale and division R. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. Share With Small 'Publisher. et al., Plaintiffs, county, Ky on the waters of thu proceeds among 'those entihi Ohio Representing Continental Ts. Notice. of Panther Creak, and bounded as tled thereto, nnd for tho purposo of Marblo &. Granite Co, follows: Washington, Dec, 15. A conflict S. J. Tichenor, et al., Defendants. the cost of tho abpvo styled , paying Pursuant to a judgment and order On the east by D, Isaac Wcster- - aciion nnu 1110 cosi 01 mis snic, 1 win Of interest between large and small on tho north by the party of'ofTer for sale by public auction to ' 2.1. newspaper publishers developed at ?r term. 191C, of the Ohio Circuit Court tho secc.nd part; on the west by 50 I tho highest and best bidder nt the today between the Fed- 1U1 nil? fJUliJust; ui. imvuiK uiu juuk acres of land convoyed to Mrs. Phoebe court hduso door In Hartford, on conferences eral Trade Commission, tho publish- ment of Bertha Phillips, In the tum MCKiniey; on tno soutn uy tup lauus Monday, the 1st day of January, per paper manufac of $1,400 with Interest nt6, 61913, of party of tho tlrst par.t. Contain- 1917, about one o clock p. m.. on a ers and news-pricent per annum frolu March ing less. credit of turer and jobbers, held to consider) until paid; the judgment of E. F same67'a acres, more or to Jqh. And described six months, tho following M. property, lad conveyed proposal that the problem of an sum of $500.00, with Ralph by D. M. Griffith and wlfo, on a Reuder for the Beginning nt a stono on tho North 6 per shortage bo solved Interest thereon at tho rate of news-nriJune 6, 1868, which deed Is of rt'eord side of Beaver Dnm nnd Goshen ' p1r0f?n.,,r0",tJ,e "il1..7 in deed book U, page 192, Ohio' Coun- road in the Sowders' Line, nnd on a diby distribution of tho available sup- , UUII. ft.'", W.VU.l.U UJ ty Clerk's office. rect line with tho west side of Broad .lI uiiuu-tat? yij ...! i Etui'vi vioiuii ui .1 cuiuiiiiI.. !" $30, paid June 22, 1914, and $30, FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Excepting from the above bounda street In tho town of Beavrr Dam; ision and to work out somo arrange- paid May 24, 1915, also tho judgment ry 20 acres conveyed atops to W. T. Greer thence In a Northerly direction 170 DiMoired In water for doucheinflajB-matiopelvic catarrh, ulceration aad ment, If possible, concerning prices of Er F. Render for $500.00, with on November 24, 1891, which deed foot to a stone; thence In n westerly B. Recommended by Lydia E. interest thereon at tho rate of 6 per is of rtcord in deed book 12, page direction 200 feet to a stono; thence end increased production. per annum from May 14, 1913, 146, Ohio County Clerk's office. In a southerly direction 170 feet to Pinbhaa Med. Co. for ten years. A plan proposed and apparently cent paid, until credited by $30, paid Said tracts are to bo sold separate- a stone on tho north sldo of the A heaUns wonder for naaal catirrk. favored by tho Trade Commission, june 22, 1914, and $30, paid May ore throat and toreeyea. Economical. ly. The purchaser will bo required Beaver Dam and Goshen road; thence . Hu ntnonSiun. tUum. rt .LXt.l . s, the manufacturers and the small 24, 1915; tho judgment of the rv. B"rr. to executo bond with good security with said road 200 feet to tho be- i ...i- ratlL er rnftn.i.1 m Bank for tho sum of $1,458.00, immediately after sale and a lien ginning. Vkm. TImPiiW under which large pub-- 1 Bntoa. Mu. Ccnrair. .MNMI.B. .V Ushers would relinquish five per centiw)th1,nnre8t ",l 6 p?r ce,nt f.rm1rilb-- -t will be retained as further securiTho purchaser will be required to judg- ty. 24, paid; execute bond with good and sufficient 1917 quota to the smaller their t of Dank of uvormore in tho security immediately after sale, and This December 15, 1916. publishers, met with lmmedlte oppo- - sum of $680.00, with Interest at 0 oveh os YCAns- OTTO C. MARTIN, a Hen will bo retained on said land cltlon. Tho largo publishers dcclar- - per cent from the 26th day of June, 24 13 CXPCRICNCC as additional socurlty. Master Commissioner, untu Pa,d- - ani ihe Judgment ed they wero being made the victims11914 M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. This December 15, 1916. Chas. F. Thomasson, Admr., In the OTTO C. MARTIN, of manufacturers, who, by .nn-.i'of $200.00, with Interest at 6 Master Commissioner. macliluos now on wall paper and MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. 2413 M. cent from tho 26th day of June, C. Crowo, Attorney wrapping paper back to making news-- , 1914, until paid, and all tho cost of Court-A- Ohio Circuit print, could solvo the shortago prob- - tI,e abov0 styled action, and tho cost VXJT3W;17A. 1-- : C, Lawrence, et al., Plaintiffs, TnAcc MAns.3 sal i lem within a few days. Both largo "f,"1'3 nE,al?; l wn ffcr, vs. Notice Dtaic.ia highest and to C0PVI-IIT.c. and small nubllshers Insisted that the bcat bld(,er at tbe cpurt houso door James I. Le&Ch, et al., Defendants. 3 jplan called for.no concessions by the in Hartford. Cj'il By vlrture of a Judgment nnd ori lioor Ir n en m r e n Monday, January C r mi i iv uitminir jni trm ' IIAi. nu j1' 1917, at about tho hour of one der of salo of the Ohio Circuit Court, t!m f trialifd jiii T1.(til u ")r till v manufacturers. I Cl t (. tl l't lu November term, 1916, ,.. ,i ,r.ni,i r.mvi.tnioTclock j). in., on a credit of 6 and 12 rendered at its nin I'lllfl 3 tuLUl tlir . 'I J'U ft CO. .i I. TO cause, for the purpose IrciuiltuXIcr. without. cuim., lain: .1 months, the following described prop- - in tho nbovo five per cent turned back by' rtJ, t0.wi(: that of a dlvlsiou-o- f tho proceeds among W, L.'C. Leach, deceastho largo establishments would boi Being a part of tho E. G. Render the heirs of l Alianilnmclrtlln.tMloil WfoVlr. Irao apportioned among tho smrdl pub- - farm on tho south side of tho Hart-llsha- rs ed, and all costs herein, I will offer ill" I in il. 4l ilili t " n"T ' T"irt t iur result .,t! fcvUl7cII n nsd aucr. tor& Ceralvo public road, and for salo at public auction to the n" at tho average contract prlco highest nnd best bidder at tho court BillNN'5cGo.M'Md' New York cuargeu tbo large puimsiiors. Tills bounded on the cast by tho lands houso door In Hartford, Ky., ou Monf MnrIon Maddox, and Dick IhucIKWa 14l.fitVV,ibliv!ou UU FARM LANDS and City Residences be botweon 3 and 4 cents a (ter; on tho south by tho lands of J. day, tho 1st day of January, 1917, Belling at a low cost, are now pound. Tho Jobber would receive L. Render and the Wakeland heirs; at about tho hour of ono o'clock p. but don't expect it to ho so ak on m., upqn Jn addition about 1 per cent for hand- - n luo west by Luclnda Stogner; Ce-- months, a credit of six and twelve described tho following ways. If you over expect to own ,7nrt tho north by tho Hartford aud 1 A lnb' l rmntn In Inc n limit -- -. 0 property: Threo trncts of land In ... : .n,.n your farm or your homo now Is . Ccmmltteos of tho publishers,' i.iiiv .vu.i v"ii......o Being samo Ohio County, Ky., bounded as folcr(),. morfl or c& tho time to buy. manufacturers and Jobbers were nam. laud named and described In tho lows: Tract No. 1. Beginning at a pop- WE HAVE sovcral farms llBted In with the mortgago from S. Jj Tichenor and cd to continue conferences and oak stump; thenco with Park herein. Exwlfo Ohio county and they can bo Trade Commission next week In an ceptingto tho plaintlfiB tract of land lar Sulleiigor's lino to tho new cut and from tho nbovo elth'or to perfect the plan prohad for reasonable prices and effort off tho 8. E. corner Just road leading from tho Loltchflold three acres liberal terms. If wo do not McCAtX PATTERNS posed or to work out somo other across from the J. C. right of way road to tho Hints Mill road; thence Sullen-ge- r Celebrated lor tvle, nerlect rit, Impllclty anf havo tho particular farm yob de-slplan. Tho Publishers' sold to J. L. Render and ton acres with said road to a corner at acceptable relUbillty nearly 40 ytira. Sold In neirlj and Leach'H line, a stono; thence wo will mako efforts to get Commlttco will begin Monday to send off tho S. W. coruor sold to J. E. on a straight lino to tho beginning, tvery city and (own In Ilia United Statea arte Cantdt, or by mail direct. More aold thai . Southard. Tho coal underlying all yc-uIt for cut questioiiaries to tho newspapers, aav dther tnaaa. Send far ftrea catali3i.u. containing two acres, more or less, Being of said laud is reserved. BBCortalnlng tho needs of tho small same tract of land convoyed to Mary and being sumo land conveyed to W. aWcCALL'S MAGAZINE IF YOU want to taovo to Hartford Moro tubtcrlbeti tlun any othei uihloa publications' and learning if the largo E. Tichenor by 8. J. Tichenor on tho L. C. Leach by II. F. Sullengor and mjrln million month. Invaluable. Lat whero our children will have tho 1894, deed recorded clressmakinr, millinery, t tlvlea, patterns, netulcwoik.halrdreislnc. publishers will agree to give up a 7th day of March, 1914, and which wife on Feb. 9, 14, pago 355, Ohio advantage 6fh gtiodlifgh school plain ewlng, Uncy Iu deed book deed Is of record iu deed book 44, part of their paper. etiquette, nood itorlci, etc. Only CO cent! ofllco. notify us. We ha'vo houses and pago 608, Ohio County Clerk's ofllco. County Clerk's year (worth double), Including a tree pattern, Oe Subscribe tuday, or (end lor (ample copy, Tract No. 2. Beginning at a white lots for salemd beltevo you can Also another tract of land lying Walker on to Richard Cough Medicine for Children. INDUCEMENTS one from our list 'to your I WONDERFUL Toital brings premium caUloj-and being In Ohio county, Kentucky, oak, corner thenco North to a white select la AnenU. said road; Mrs. Hugh Cook, Scottsvillo, N. and described as follows: aDd new cath prize orr. Addros liking. R SulWngor's corner In r.f says: "About flvo years ago Beginning at tho S. W. corner of oak, Susanlino; thence N. 79 W. 94 WD HAVE n comfortable homo In OlE M:CALL C3. f.) la :tl W. 7m SL. IKW VOBl Elijah Wnlker'B when wo wero living In Garbutt, N. tract of land known ns the Iflreen Render farm; thence cast poles to a hickory nud whlto oak, Hartford, modern Improvements i Y., I dootorod two of my children hounded on the north by tho lands John Duke's cast corner; thonco ,! rvxxvncmii nnd a good garden In cultivaeufCarlng from colds with Chamber- - now owned by Elijah Render; thence with hla lino south 10 west 52 poles . :oaBa ifWfy. x'TW.r.-- Sm .ra Av i M "4... &i tion for said or rout. Place laln'i Cough Remedy and found it south to tho McJIenry and Ceralvo to Duke and Chapman'--lino corner; south thonco with Chnpinan's for $10 a month. rents repre.entc.1 In every way. It just 19 poles to a stake on said road; promptly cheeked their ooushlns and Rogers. Mary A. WlUon. Goo. thonco with samo road to tho begincured thetr eolds qitfeker Call on or address A. M Smith, John Wm, Hock-tlii- n ning, supposed to contain 100 acres second Tract No. lilud B. A. Render; iliehce with ' I ever ue4." QUtolnsUle r. a stone one . fu?0ej4 m aiu roan m mu iiupibdvi.iuii ui h.b ruct aud beginning at eryviuro ba vlflhlig dlc? fUln. I-the Hurdliisburg roml;-thetic- e " Cl ticn'ctu f ttatiuia n Iwtat line between laid tract of land pole vMt of one pole to said road; t- eaet anMrs OIHe Maduox, thenco north weauHu,!) ncr t'9 wo nwuiu I...1.L mum K..A ..1.1 .t.A Kui.lnt.llll. Arttl- - thencu north 65 oust 31 pale to n I'eurd "War Thy Band WlUCitan m. obHuwjai vv..oci;ii iiiiu Ileal EfeUUo .ltfQufs. Mllllgan with w'i to out. thence Tj.ii' one "What do we play liming 155 acres, uure or loss 5 k:p?. - line noith 2 oast 22 poles lho coal underlIrK. the tdwivo Wi.nht V U'TSSLST Kentucky. bTOW.rt.t ; tlieino 47 pples to tlif , Har:forfJ, trjit Is reorve(.l. and being baino j to an 'ln routjlniiir ; t i . .'t - i's Grand March " i BKint inc & urns. two ti it or pur. f of Mound tu'd t A Pcputi)(aan Ofllce. i o. u n - ,11 unit t. v "Gosh nil hcuilockt conv y u 10 . name ianu ur M 3iiilih byS J licbeiior aud wife Both Phones. , ll13, and whl.h deed U W L C Ueacli. by John T Luwo uud ou May JV Vlajed that'" Judge. Tho most practical .means of controlling grasshoppers is by tho uro baits or the modiof polaoned-brn- n fied Crlddlo mixture. of record In deed book 46, pago 26, Ohio County Clerk's office. Also another tract or parcel of hind In Ohio county, Kentucky, boundod as follow: ncglHning at a rock near S. W. corner of W. O. Smith's lino fence: 460 feet 8. W.; thenco 400, feet S. E.j thenco 320 feet N. E.; thenco 79 feet S. E.5 thenco 1G9 foot N. E.; thenco 6C5 feet N. W. to tho beginning, containing six acrci, moro or less. All mineral rights recrvofl. Being sanio property conveyed to A M. mlth by Dick Render and wto o tho 23rd day of December, 1904, and which dued Is of record in deed bok SI, pace 151. The purchaser wll bo reqwired to executo bond with good nnd suSlclent security Immediately after salo, and a lien will bo retained on Bald land as further socurlty. This Bccember 15, 1916. OTTfl C. MARTIN, Master Comrarssloncr. 24t3 Hen D, Rlngo, Ernest Woodward, M. L. Ikcavrln, Attorneys. wlfo by deed dated May 28, 1S80, nml recorded In deed book 8, page 378, Ohio County Clerk's olllcc. Tho purchaser will bo required to executo bond with approved bocurl- ty Immediately after salo and n lien will bo retained as additional secur-thonc- o Iroirosioaa. Otto C. Martm Attorney at Law HARTFOKD, KY. (Will practice his profusflkw la land adjoining couollea. CoaiinerP)v snd Crlniinal Practice a Specialty. i I - r r ay. This December lfi, 1916. OTTO C. MAUTIM, i 24t3 John IS. Mftster Commissioner. Wilson,- - Attorney. Q .MASTER K. M. . ' COMMISSIONER'S SALE. : ese2r- Ml. OrAMERSCAH LL 'T WllltCSTIUTTOS C'roniii'll, Ex Parte. Ohio Circuit Court. Hoover, et nl Plaintiffs, vs. Notice. ki iTTlll' M.MINe kliirtlnril. Hy In a t'lr where cosil tictctt bound, thi Powhatan licafr the Int. It It fit.t In tht fcurti of lit j STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoya nt Law CROMWELL, - KY. WlH practlco their profession In Mil and djolnlng counties. Collecllona. Commercial and Criminal Practlc and vigorous-wrvlcoPrompt Spoclalty. Notary In office - O.E.TAYL0HCE. Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. n nt DR. HART VETERINARY SURGEON HKAVICR DAM, KY. llor'.s Urcry llaro. oTe. to-w- lt: iMsnji Ollho James er ' :SA2 r"dtuuutn, ur lj lv I laNKlSSM- - a- 'S nt 10 THAOC-MARK- B iNnd la to cUaln PATCNTB , THAT PAr. ivIeertlM ILn llurouUj-- at our an 1 Atlp yml ts Mtavrk BndmM. tiUor.cvii fer rnrc rrrort : yeie1 tnnk. BUN. ion iwenuuuty. PASSING RXrtrcrlCEB. rortrrUaU ikmk on iTonutbM liumu writ, to tira. lSi B03.B0B Sovanth Strtattt, 1 ck , RKVjrri7!3 nnaninuiun. u. c. 4 i AND WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY BibHvL ,,;:,:!! .r11"!. UIGp1, lhl. y?lo ATrufatfii far WEAK- - LUNGS or CONSUMPTION nt FOR ON MONTH Every Woman Wauls A quick pain, (or lhalilttJ. iwcaK. feellor. relief la elicit, ultht couth, heroot-ihtre- to-w- lt; weak lunf. or ceioiumptlon. Ml kelp ywu il caala OHIO HEOICALCO. Ifmtoltmmmiam II II data nt 9 SSS.KfH? Jf KILL the COUGH WITH CURE the LUNC8 Farm-publisher- r. -- -- tt trv J Dr. King's Hew Discovery! . .V A Titol Bottle Fret AWi ALL THROAT AND IUN0 THOUBLES. FOR OQUCH8 OLDS pmnn OUAI1ANX1TED of Vr OB MONEY KEFUNDED. SATiaFACTOnVJ J n-- Real Estate! "'WiW' i i Ko-i- l' I A mmiw i jtmnm. eepytrfj.eic, in ALL JlktlK.it rflx t I, .. u'tt tnon,yH.t fntntfcunl. P.ls-- .t vmumj,i pnocUnrr)AfiDD!;i''-'inr- o ii ..lore i iisMfu" LUlAj S t ..i ' i .vr to t oil t ..cus t mbi to ) sn1 BMarniMl PraeUca txclushe'r. i ciui or roina lu ua at 110 EljliCi gtmi, ntu ValtM f tAt.i r.Uat CSca, I 'i 'f.l rlr-cu- '. It J v;a3innotoh, d. o. Ron-wou- ld jrv rn-w- ro MmwmMP iAPffiBSB4LJLLLvfrwjuimWW I PaWvkaHLaRLBBaKaSaLiV7 ' ) JmVmJmjnpm.mJf w I POPUIMMECHANICS 300 jy1y.-tn.iaKiiig- n: iLAGAZlNEi ARTICLES-3"il infAMv..,! 00 C&jStX I'WslC&'W.S ki4; la . a nio i'uj it.A. HlUmil rTUKrC63 il III lannnra una invention. rOr athcrnnd S jiwid All thaj amliy, Jt nppcalt loallcliUH -- OldarHrcung- Mm and Women- . ll i.iiiotuturii Sfpsitalua in ttuu I iuu i r nlwut tu . iH (lur ri'lirn I rrtponl. inumr'ntt.ail, n.Tutlmvritl I. li li. e taium i.Lltf Unit lilt. .. null it ILLUSTRATIONS ttuwiiuvu KV i.Kmc7iu.tf, nr-.f.- 1 ev-,e- Vi'i I TISLEIBAiEn Mon So You Can tJndorstand i.u. 'niluif4irfttiu(o.!jiiriaifviiywfcyjrirtlii u m Ui(J Mtt 1 on "v.uvfiR and lw X w .mnxxrKsxrrzz... Wllk illl.llM. .Ulnilur.i TKh, I lumH Hnmu i iritt il, miur lNlIi(alem ft? IVte ul f iiuw.i lto ! "ird l..n(i. .4tH l.iUlllilUfiaLi.KD.IjiUiiu.i..nlk....r....... In ll(aut M.IO PCH VCAR UIKJI8 COPIBC. tSa , M'.llllir WW KtlH W. Mlf.l M tM(tU epje wwl kc acit ua re4iMr t v. i -- .: t $1)0,000,000 WAGE IIOOST I New Price on Uncle Sum Asked ror Increase Half Million. war, seemed to mo to bo one of tho great secrots of tho strength of our By allies. I am moro than ever convinced of It now that I havo seen the Ford Cars! Ford Runabout . $345-0- 0 Ford Touring Car . $360.00 HfrF. 0. B. Detroit. Freight t Beaver Dam $18.00. E.F,B ARNES & BRO Beaver Dam, Ky. I : i Wagons! Wagons! Boforo you buy you should examine our hand made farm wagons. They run lighter, are made of tho vory bo3t material and last far longor than any machine "made wagon you can buy no matter what rrrmi vv cvclwi9- - price you pay. Wo also do all kinds of Blackamithing and Impairing, especially tho hard jobs tho other fellow can't do. We also mako a spepialty of Horseshoeing and earnestly solicit your patronago in this line. Respectfully yours, A. B. Row St Son Centertown, Ky. Thirty-fiv- e years experience in tho shop. . generalissimo with somo of his men, 1C. London Times. j Half a Wanhlngton, Dec. million Government employes wilt THINK SANTA WILL SEE get wage boosts aggregating IT IN THK RKPUULICAN If tho American Federation of Labor succeeds in its demand for Slaughters, Ky., Dec. 2, 191C. salary Increases of 10, to 33 3 per Dear ediHartford Republican: cent for overybody on tho national tor: Will you please publish our letpayroll, from tho President down. Hor generations the humblo Gov- ter to Santa Claus in your paper, as ernment clerk has been a symbol for our mother used to livo In OhI6 counan animal that would stand hitched ty and our dear grandparents live and tako what was offered, with there. Wo would llko to have our downcast eyes and a thankful smile; letters to Santa put In your paper. Thanking you, but there aro signs lhat ho is beginLula and Daisy DIckerson. ning to get his back up. Dear Santa: We are two llttlo Tho demand of tho Government girls living In Webster county, age employes is based on facts set forth 8 and 4 years. Wo would like a parin the resolutions: lor sulto for our dolls, some nice That there has been no general in books, fruits and candy. Please recrtfaso In tho wages and salaries of member our parents would bo so rank and file Government employes glad If you would send grandfather for nearly three quarters of a centu and grandmother Cmbry from Ohio , ry; that during that tlmo there has county to spend Xmns with us. been an unprecedented rise In tho Wishing you a merry Xmas. cost of living, estimated to bo mora Lula and Daisy DIckerson. than 100 per cent. m It Is virtually an appeal from tho servants of Uncle Sara to the peoplo Deafness Cannot Be Cureoby local application, as they cannot reach of tho United Statos for pay sufflclcnt Uia diseased portion of the ear. There li one way to and that to enable them to meet tho great only constitutional cure deafness, Deafness It la by remedies. earned by an Inflamed condition of the mucost of their bread and butter. cous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When I Tho delegates present at tho con this tube la Inflamed you have a rumbling ound or Imperfect hearing, and when It le ference In Samuel Gorapcrs' office at entirely doted. Deafnttt It the retult, and be taken out tho domands wero formulated unless tho Inflammation to cart normal condiwhich and thti tube rettored lit wcro unanimous In declaring that tion, hearing will be dcttroyed forever: nine catet out of ten aro caused by Catarrh, ' nothing but an fihlcli these demands will bo adhered to tin- -' of tho Itmucoua surface. Inflamed condition We will give One Hundred Dollar for any til til? very end. case of Deafness (caused ty catarrh) that, If tho Federal employes, unused to cannot be Cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send, ror Circulars, free. concerted action, wore along, tin; P. J. CHENET & CO., Toledo, Ohio, tlemands might bo regarded with toi 57 2r25"Ut, lie. Take Hall' Family Fill for constipation. , scepticism. But tho committee in chargo of tho movement is compos- "I am not much of a mathematif .l l.ln.. Ul ..ah........... !... f IVIVOUUUlliTVO nf v..i w. iUn cian," said the cigarette, UU UlllUli "but I can American Federation of Labor veter add to a man's nervous troubles; I ans in wage campaigns, and skillful can subtract from his physical enerorganizers. gy; I can multiply his nches and Tho movement Is promised the pains; I can divide his mental pow united" backing of tho A. F. of L. and ers; I can take interest from- - his all Its constituent organizations. work; and discount his chance for As a spectacular method of bring success." Chipley Banner. ing theso demands to the attention of Congress, leaders aro planning a monster petition, with tho greatest FOR FLETCHER'S number of signatures of employes and Interested citizens ever secured. This petition will bo circulated by Apple Sauco Make Hens Lay. Postofllco employes, rural mall car Templeton, Mass. Arthur L, inspectors and all other classes rlcrs of Federal workers whoso duties Hawkea feeds his hens applo sauce who bring them Into everyday contact to mako them lay. Hawkes, Sglls Ills eggs to the elite of this with tho public. . In addition the plans include it place, discovered tho "secret" last lotter-wrltln- g campaign to Individu- Vfini r, . Ho raises his own apples. al congressmen, telling Just how hard These It Is for John Jones and Bill Smith aro boiled and mashed nnd mixed to mako both ends meet on what with tho regular food. 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NAME. ax OTHER UflMt H HH HH w For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. , HH thd i. E, & S. FREY, BALTIMORE, HD. mat latest caUlogua btforo you purcUas. If you vuutatwtDKiaehlu,writ fcr Tor pclria U m t. WUm' tha Utck a nll Pslw H ! i v- - r 4 iff 5A, iv '. , '- - s i r; if V ' f ft "I M ' M " Ine, basoball magnate, speculator and Haven't you got is hldprctty quick iLATEST WAR NEWS property ownur, saw Urn dream of any joweisi AfftTOR'S. fortune vanish"." Ho has transferred "No: they nro In the safo deposit a theator, hotel tind four business flashlight Isn't INTERESTING STORY vault, I sco your buildings, valued t $325,000, to men working well. You wlW find match.,, Monday, who Ivn l him money to cover wheat please lefl And es France. French forces continued T,M 'jnc on the bureau. do you'lhlnK Bacon, or Shako-spcar- o their attack on 'the cast bankof tho margins last summer. . Pnulllnc bought 1,000,000 bushels WIXKT til11 Till: LATM CAPTAIN wrote tho lacr'fl wbrks?"River Mouse, In tho Verdun region, He put all tho Mdf3.U1C U1IPLKT1! WITH lKA- ? "I think Spencer wrote them. Isn't j nnd after, a violent strugglo captnr-!o- d of wheat last spring.covering margins VIATIC IM'IDKNTH. cash ho had Into really anything valuable' 1 can (hero Itotonvnux and the wood to the as wheal dropped last summer nnd talco hero?" west of that village. The French thpn began borrowing cash. Last "" "I'm sorry; not a thing," said Miss I advance wor checked in front of Juno his imtcs were called In ami !P?rU;LTev .,31. Roplcto with Ocmtuil. positions on heights north ho could borrow no more cash. Had burglar as ho re- German pnil Interesting "Well," said tho fovtutfiLVlifcMr-Mof Uozonxaux. Attempts- - of liritlsh Hold on two weeks SsXB-jjiJrf.- . tired through tho window. "I'll detachments to enter aormnn.trc.uch- - ho beon able to have tho rpports Just raado a million, longer ho would Boelkc, the have to tako your word for It, hut I Irtle Copt. es near Hannescanips, south of At-ra- aa the price started tip and went to Ibiwut di'rjmtn aviator, who brought certainly wish you wcro art old girl, were sanguinarily repulsed, 2.00, Atnira ftifljffiostllo ueroplamw during j because I need the money." The property was transferred to otn-e- r Tho burglar also entered two 'wllih, the nrmy, which ,HCa; skj-1p- j Rumania. The Teutonic armies John Mr Moore, of Kansas City, nnd homes, but encounterivl(li Ills death on October 21) Wllmollo tswdSad W. Motz, F. I). (Under Field Marshal von Mackenscn ed persons awake In bolhi "Which III Eastern Wnlluchla havo crossed S. B. Amldon, J. SvrS. Trekel and Darcoy B. Dunne, nil loya ct'jrprw show (hut In the ma- - caused him to retire. Chicago Tritho Uu7eu and lowcrCalmatulnl cal men. jtKty f "tho nir engagements the bune. " Rivers, and In addition to fairing 1,- Paullluc was working ns a teleus tr.ains Iwtwee.ti tho combatants' of"150 prisoners captured great quan- graph operator In a Wichita bjicknt -' Kiirin I'or Sale. aci'Sp mui itbnutf 10O meters, bub rolling stock with shop n few years' ago" when he rleau-o- il miles from, tities .Of railroad 27!i aero farm, M vily from thirty to forty 'Meters. Innumerable vehicles of other kinds up $150(000 on wheat specula2Vi miles from Jucrwmibur 2, 1915, Boolke made l'rlucoton, ICy., RuIjtcr ho made fioo.000 tion. One-thir- d level, one-tlir- ct The pursuit of tho Russian and nvtator an Scottsburg. a French aM in approach meters. ' manian troops In Dobrudja continues more hill. Good rolllugaud one-thi- ri "Ho lied," icuan ac Three and tho TeutonlCforces now are close dwelling, 2 tenant houses, n yr JMWh report, "but It didn't tho" North, "Wouldn't Tills Jar Von? or- to tho forest district In 2k4 litin, tor t was much quicker. slock and tobacco barn,; 3 acres He was madly lu, loye. She was water. where It Is expected the. 2 lined 500 nhota, keeping up the nro chard and good never-fallin- g armies will offer, a stiff re- cold and 'lmlIITorc.it. Located on public road. Will sell at&Z fcf begun ,to fall. I had "See, darling," ho exclaimed, '"I up a dihtnnco ot three rae-t- on easy terms, or will trade for small sistance. am at your feet." and U11 ho hadn't began to farm or city property. Apply at Tho Eastern Front. Desperate encoun"Well, how do you like my tf tamua tlown. At tho moment when Republican OlUco. ters marked the fighting In Volhynla, spats?" -- . a. oKfflTcdan seemed inevltablo, I turn-ri- ! where tho forces of Prince Leopold HIDING ON liiftiitLEH OP Allt renr machine rapidly on Its left nro declared by tho Berlin War OfU.m' liRRI) MACHINE OVS xa&n T3io fiiomy turned his upside fice to havo stormed Russian posiuu the right hand. I did not Motoring Would Ho Idcaf-I- f Tlrw tions on a front of 600 yards north Seconds In Hlvty-SI- x Could Ilo Mado Thinner. cvviBlia any moro." of the railroad between Koycl and Girl UcleuMMl -- 70 Round. machines mndvj yjtuis zlmes hostile capturing live officers. 300 In tho whole mechanism of modern Lutsk, TVtsoiasly Incredlblo efforts to es-amen nnd sovernl machine guus aud New York. Just to test tlTb weapGerman nviu-3u- r. transportation thero Is nothing so XJu? much-fciire- d mine throwers. on and show that a child could hanpothlng no daring In t2v hostile airman apparently paradoxical, dle it, little .Miss Betty Hart, six Wcsisns at least to save his own life, conception 18 these bubbles of air years old, fired 270 rounds of ammuTuesday. .. On Murch 4, which wo call tires. Thoy are nt U rjorl8 Indicate. nition witli a machine gun in sixty-si- x On the Sea. Seventeen .Ameriand nonsensical once , Btrapgoly 3315. jJodlte reported: seconds, each shot hitting a six can muleteers were killed on Decemstraiig'o'l' practical nonsonslcal "Ajsiin I approached the eiieray, thOy must enduro great strains, ber 14 when tho Urltlsh horse trans- Inch target placed nt a distance of wJnj tetOralready been violently dri submaa kxkui. Then I saw JwrnethlUR and; yctafo nocessarity made ot un port 'Russian was sunk by aSea, tfo-- sixty yards, at the Larchmont Yacht Glnb. rine lu the Mediterranean1 observer had endurable materials, practical 3&. peculiar. The Tho bullets penetrated six inches nothing can match air as a Icording to an announcement by the tOsxifteO. upon the left wing of the Eleven members of wood, three feet of sand nnd a mts-jjwas clinging to the shock absorber. For oil the tales British Admiralty. ami xwtg&rtn. IIo lookedjat me as if that wo .hear of tiro costs and tire of the crew also lost their lives. The layer of nrmor plate, stopping whon UOo ferrlfiud and wavftlhls hand. repairs, let it not be forgotten that Russian is declared to havo been - they hit (ho rocks of n break wafer. This Is (caching (he young how (o 3 XUi rfiot away a plt-c-o of the helm motoring as wo know it became pos empty at the time sho was sunk. . shoot with a vengeance. on stdtH the machine had pitched down-ttrAT- sible because tho art of riding France.--Fren- ch troops, have reThe weapon seems tolerably useIn order again to get it in bubbles of air, had been discovered. gained tho entire occupancy of posi- ful. Cltizons possessing much valua'jLa&oer ihi observer had seated him-do- tt happens when tho What on the wins." sdr wooden buggy wheel tions northeast of Verdun. Prison ble plate and Jewelry will no doubt r . isorjki- - Toportetl a grewsome strikes a smalt stone in tho road? It ers taken on tho last French thrust see the advlbablllty of having one around tho house. as ocurrlng on one of tho last simply rises, aud tho ontiro load reat- - now total moro than 11,000. Qia cilflS;- - nra" October 8 of this ting on tho wlicel is lifted. There Is ! u Birthday Party. lliimania. In the region of loss of powor moro work for tho Miss Paulino Whlto was hostess Gen. von Machensou has been '""E rtn)ertd at tho stubborncss of horso; for whonovor you or n horse c 3itmy," wroto tho aviator, lifu a weight, energy must bo ex successful in minor engagements. - to a surprise birthday party at the .V elegant homo of her parents, Mr. and that he must have boon pended. What happons when an air KuwUi. The Teutonic nrmy ad Mrs, Joseph White, at Narrow. SuiGlwvJ along time ago; but ho al tune strikes a stone? tho tuue is to circlo In tho same fasji-te- simply punched In, as. it were, mo- vancing northward in Dobrudja lias Tuesday, December 19. Miss PaulJioahou told mo the man must mentarily; tho wheel need not bo crossed important railroad' ' lines ine, who was Just nwcet sixteen Tuesday, was at school and was In lines skirting Ibrafla JUid Galatz; too litsjd aud that tho machino was lifted over the obstruction. nt thn hnnnv eclobrn- tntnl r b&xr, maintained In jts right post-VxIn order (o secure this extraorditlon by her friends of her birthday Wednesday, oaljf hi' t'w rubber bands at nary result, th6 air must havu a 1wj hvlm As To I'eticv. Announcement was until entering 1110 gate ai nor nomo Therefore I approached I chance to compress. If It were ! build a tiro with a wall as made yesterday In tho British, and nt tho noon hour. About a score of and kuv the occupant of the sll'le to I vfcufe&M; leaning toward tho right thin as a soap bubble's and yet so French Parliaments that tho Entente her girl friends followed her. ' An elegant dinner was served. Allies had unanimously decided to rere&C tfcad. The airplano bore the , tough and, elastic that It would both recipient of, aiwtSw T.43C. The horrible picturo yield to Jfow,s apd resist punctures ject the peace proposal of the Ger- Miss .Paulino was tho A joint note will many pretty presents and a Jolly j H3 umliaken. I let the man and blowouts, the ideal would be at man Government. tained. Ouo qf tho hardest technical be forwarded to Berlin In thp near bunch of school girls were an hour attacked the next one." Lloyd-Georlate, but tho school marm didn't give Both Premlors, tasks cvejr set was that of demand- future. and Brland, In their speeches any tardy marks. ing from the rubber Industry a lubo DAM DEl'AUTJIKNT. ISSIUKU were Miss Lllllo lec. 20.Mlssos Nell Plummqr whlrh would hold air, and which stressed tlie fact that Germany had Those present teacher, and Misses made no definite proposals on which Etalcr, Pauline's sjb3 Cei&vvi Taylor have returned would also bo resilient. Air tubes servo not only to make peace could be reached and that with- Luclllo Daniel, Glenn Graham. ChrisIw school for the holidays comfortable, out them tho offer could not Ire tak- tine Graham, Lerlino Foreman, Arlle 5m,-Is at home after motoring luxuriously IL Ilarncs Thomas, Marguerite Rentrow, Cecil visit with relatives In Lou- - but to protect tho car itself. Wero en seriously. In both Parliaments tho announce- Carter, Olivia Harrison, Esslo Lynch. it not for them, engines would not Ethel Muffett,i perform their work sq olllclently; ment ot tho Allies' attitude was giv Cecil Kuykendoll, Krases Kp: and Keoner Napier Ieaguo Instltuto nt Cen-Jw- il gasoline would not bo so economical- en hearty support, and In England Rhea Woosley, Mabel Foroman, rtio Gly Xnat Friday end Saturday. ly consigned; high speed would be former Premier Asquith aud. other LEdjth Muffctt, Dimple Kuykendoll, IMna Brown. Violet Powers, Durello ' 4 s. a.'p.MolCenuey nnd Miss Ella unattainable; steering would not be mombera of tho oasy;'shock would not bo com- lndorsod tho posltlou of tho new Godsey, Mounle Godsoy, Elizabeth liiilpmjoy weio In Owensboro for so Renfrow, Louise Renfrow, Elizabeth Cabinet. pletely absorbed.. Waldemar fe ifir last Saturday. Hurrlfcon and Marian Godsoy. In McCluro's. jam. S'luronco Alford and Misses Dobrudja. Tho Russian and RuEec and Aima Alford were the GniApcd TIhj Idea. SUNDAY SCHOOL PROQRAM. manian troops who have been in, rejcensta nt Mr. and Mrs. Charllo Long What's tho difference betreat beforo tho Teutonic Allies In at tholr home at Taylor Tho Ohio County Sunday School Dobrudia seemingly now aro nt a tween capital and labor? H&tcs Sunday. Missionary Baptists point whero they olthor must mnko Short Suppose you let rao havo Jiis. M. Hunloy left Friday to Convention of $5; that would bo capital. will meet at Hartford Baptist a stand or cross tho Danube Into tixh fJva holidays with lior daughLong Oh, I see; and when I tried Sunday, Decombor 31, with garabla or Into Moldavia in tho region ter at Stone. to get it back,. that would bo labor. (Standard of Galatz. tho following program: su j m of excellonco for Bnptlst Sunday For Sale. ! Enlightening Directions. Schools.) Thursday. 270 acres ot laud, 100 acres Is Whcro do theso roads Walker laftan Ixnil. Underlaid with coal. 0:30 a. m., Local Sunday School As to Peace. President Wilson lead? moots. yesterday appealed to tho nations at XHmtg of .water, timber and bulld-iiUNatlve Ono of 'cm loads to my In war to discuss terms of peace. 10:00 Business. Between Rochester and HeavSunday official notes fcnt to tho bolllgorenls homo und t' other goes straight on. A Poronnlal 10:15, ier nam. MIIS. D. P. NBAL, 211 'O and all neutrals he did not propose ASnrtb llonldor St., Tulsa, 01; la., or School L. W. Tlchcnor. This j ear's strawberry crop in tho 10:30, Baptist Lltoraturo Roy pence or offer mediation, but called K. &. lreaport, Rochester, tor mi avowal of their respective United States was worth $20,000,000. 23t Foreman. " mt under views on tho subject., President Wil 10:45, Sunday ScRool A 1U0 aero tarm 4 miles cast ot Church Control A. M. Smith. son's uctlon came as a surprlso to "UurRlar "W'us Vy To Dato. in school -- Dr. official Washington and tho foreign, Hartford, on tho border of tho oil 11:00, Blblo-uso- d X the, burglar raised tho window diplomatic corps. Tho noto was sub- - fields. Good dwelling, barn und oth- VHcc Iljlua Qimiucll, daughter of II. B. W. Ford. Young 1:15, Regular Toachors Mooting mttiPi! n tim President's advisers er nccossary outbuildings. Wilmette, sat up In J. Ceinmlll, of. orchard, strawborry bed and othor Monday and dispatched Tuesdayf Not Birch Shields ?. It waB 4:30 o'clock in tho 11:35, Tho Normal Courso W. until last night did any inkling of ploasln? features, It bonds carry scat plko will bo near. tho President's action becomo pub- - Inter-count-y "NJc ovwllnc," nald tho burglar. M. Fair. e uarneu. Representatives of Ten 'c Seo, or write Tinsioy 11: GG, Announcements. mornliiK," said Mlsi acmmlll. lie. "IC j&s sxu a regular burglar?" 12:00, Dlunor. Powers in Washington welcomed the Hartford, Ky., for furthor partlcu-in- -i)'t- - lara. nove rn hr, .i.rt 0 ' 1:00 p. in., Church mbmberB en Ys. inlBsf; ;; Then all I havo to do Is to sit rolled In Sunday School B. M. Mor cd States, but Entento diplomats' I Rabies Hudn't ft Clutnce. i,nnWr.,i tlm tho nriimi and ask you questions about ton. Tlrt vnlt rA.ltlm that Ctinmtrnltn. 1:30, Departments Separated of tho Chief Executive would, lead to wid trado while you burglo you wero four hours soiling those two any dellnlto result. uoss. tcojni" Aaron women a yard of ribbon? , 1:50, Sunday School Graded 01- Tt'tsa. said tho burglar, ''folks ex- -' SHloswoman I know, sir. But A prnco movement Is being conever slnco they began to llo WJlson. Uut Ju3t as they got to the counter, they 2:10, Awarding of banner on per sidered by Norway, Sweden, yet Cieae' burglar skotches lu thoy each had a baby Wflh tho young, pretty contago basis. and Switzerland, which are 'lUcovercd that v Just lcarnlug to talk. 2:30, tfvnnnrllsra R. U. Creal. oHnr to enlist the aid of HolmSti. tlko yourol' 'vn '' land, according to a dispatch from 2:50, Business. aa tifaciiES tho nobular bypothesU Remember Golden Rule. jwidology, We can't bv .. r 3:00, Adjournment. Berlin. There Invariably cornea a time in will bo In order Any questions mte rcaalts that wo get out of tho each person's Ufo when he or she Ills Wheat Million Faded. U cirif. Whcro la your money?" whllo tho topics ate being discussed. owls for helpn and help cpmea on A million dollars Wlchlta.-Kan- s. 4 tiaa oll. 71 Jmuri't any. How do you treat All Sunday achoola please bo repro- tn nftanll llv -- - il. i " hands, a break in the . almost in his sonted. ohl jilrls, as you call thoml" y been kind to othe s.--wheat market, oautlous banker- - callBIRCH SHIELDS. Pres, AVr. wb fust stick pins In their 111. Paul- - Worker, Mount Morris, . W. M. FAIR, Soo'y. b lu his notes, und Arthur and they toll where the money f4Kt REPORT '" . CHRISTMAS IS COMING SOON! HO YOlMt NHOI'I.NfJ I.AHI.Y HO THAT YOF MAY HAVE FIRST HK1.KCTION FROM Ol'K FALL LINK OF STAPLE AND FANCY HOLIDAY ;(OIH. YOC WILL FIND EACH DI.FAUTMF.NT U.M.U - -- , SUPPLUID WITH NEW AMI ARTICLF.S. s R, Wants with davenktts, china cauinhts, kitchi.n cah- CIlAlRM, INF.TS, DINING TAHLES, DRKHSF.RB, RHUS, DININO ROCKERS AND HIGH CHAIRS FOR Till) CHILDRI.N. IN OCR FCItNITtmi. ni.PAHTMl.XT WE CAN SCPI'LY YOl'K ! DF.PAHTMI.NT WK CAN 1TRNIHH IN OCR YOC STAPLE AND FANCY CHINA AND GiaSSWARH IN ROWIH. SALADS. CRKAMS, HIUiAItS, PiaTRS, CUPS AND TEAS, PLAIN AND FANCY LAMPS, JL'OS, BASINS, ICTC. iii 4i t : cvn (Jrocfry di;prtmi:nt you will find a ClltlllS. ('AM)IKS. vi ni? UT.ini.H a Vli l.'.wrv l 1 NUTS. full :y, and ,s fruits'of all kinds. t . flve-rooi- t 1 KusbO-llu-inunl- J t DMPARTMKNT WK HAVE COOK IN OCR HARDWARi: STOVES, R.VNOES, HOT BLAST COAL HKATKRS, WOOD HKAT- i:itS, LAUNDRY STOVES AND ORATKS AND MINOR HARDWARK. X Al-SA LINK OF Tk'AM AND WAtiON HARNESS. O ' -- t i DON'T FAIL TO GO TO THK STORK THAT CARRIES BUMPER LINK, WHILE DOING YOUR XMAB SHOPPING. A t I a - Hartford, Ky. rt di-i- c ao (SSUSSSWi i bc-cau- so in Incl-rCt- Bn-zc- Ladies' Coat Suits, Cloaks ; And - "con-8aacri- K cou-liawe- i7YIJL V'LZfm i! u. pos-vgbj- Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. ahanrf Ja ge SS9SSS9VDS99SSS$S999S90 . awS" ?e retirlnK-Governme- Cut His Feed Cost In Half The following letter shows you just what you can do in cutting down your feed cost feeding Distillers' Dried Grains: Greenville, Ky., December 12th, 1916. Wil-fiao- xa Bos-chur- , x. Ken-ftwt&- y. Glenmore Distilleries Co., Owensboro, Ky. , Gentlemen: I have been using the Dried Distiller's Grains as a feed for milk cows In a dairy, atjd find thorn very satisfactory Indeed. Where these drains ars properly fed they are worth more than twice as rnueli ira wheat bran. When I chanoed from bran to the dried grains I cut the cost of feed In two. and at the same time Increased the production of mUk and butter. Very "respectfully, NEWTOr BELCHER. Write for prices anrj particulars. Glenmore Distilleries Co. Ok.) Owonsbovo, ICy. No Less Hopeless. Dlogonos took down his long-u- n used lantern from its rusted nail and ' struck a match. you going to repeat your hist "Aro torlo search for an honest man?" one of blH disciples queried. "No," sighed the great cynic, "but I'm going on an errand no less hope-Ios- a; I'm going to search for a nou- neutral." Life. Courtship jarwlt I in South Amoricft. love-strick- vau-OefU- le. Den-tynr- k. ot South America, A vory curious method of oourN Inn Is adopted by tho Zaparos, a trlbo aJ 'D'" Mystlo " en Tho young man goes out hunting, and on his return throws his game at tha foet of tho woman on whom lie h EQt his affections. If she takes up tho same, lights the nro and to cook, ho knows nla suit is nccopted; It not he knows be w coin-moiTc- rejected. -- a