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The Hartford republican: November 23, 1917 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 hao1917112301_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: November 23, 1917 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. tyt Fine Job Work. VOL. XXX. Waxlf&xb DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS fejwMixim l.lllNTY OF ALL (THE PEOPLE OF OHIO Subscription $1 per Year No, 21 HARTFOIID, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FIMDAt oai.houx count. I . NOVEMBER 23, 1917. BQILT.D DOWN. Tho recent entry of Brazil npon the Culhoun, Ky., Nov. 19. Tho.reg-ul.- ir November term of tho McLean side of tho Allies makes tin array of Circuit Court camo to practical closo 21 nations at war with Germany. late Saturday afternoon, there bolng l.ast week a monument was orcct-0)- 1 only n fow Equity cases left for hearover tho gravo of the firot Mrs. ships by tho French .government in THIUTV-TU'ing. Jurist) Slack will return on tho MIIiK FItONT TX Woodrovr Wilson. 23rd for this purpose. tho United States. By so doing It Ii:iTII OF FIVK 1III.ICS Oils. Tho grand Jury lato Friday returnhas waived tho rule that no foreign MOMi IS TAKK.V. notion In the Ohio Circuit Court, ed an Indictment of aonsatlonal purProperty to the valuo of moro than construction should bo permitted at Defines Duties Of against tho ilofondunt, W. C. Court port, when that body formally nc- - $800,000,000 belonging to Gcrmnn ibis time. who was the clerk of tho cusrcl W. A. Shackelford, tho ShcrliT citizens and corporations will botaK ship, developed Tho j county cnurl, and sought a mandatoThe Candidates Very ,of McLean county, and J. E. Cowglll.Ien over by tho Unitod States govern- - by French experts, Is said to havo HUNS' ROUTE COMPLETE ry Injunction to require tho defend- a Juror umpanolod In tho Mans Olb- - ment, and used to finance tbo war. withstood torpedo attack in n test in Clearly. ant to caufe tho names of all thu son homicldo caso at tho July term of At tho closo of tho war this property which four shots were flrcd Into the nominees, above mentioned, to bo court, of tho offenso of obstructin Will be restored to its rightful own- - hull, and tho only effect wob to de- Toiitoiw Surpri."cri by Tlnl'n Forra printed upon the official ballots, un- Justice. Tho acts of theso mon which stroy tho cargo immediately surot?. Mnko IlrNtnnro Surprisingly der tho emblem of tho Democratic It is charged, amounted to tho offenso m; rounding tho point of attack. COUNTY CLERK'S Tuino utitl Weak. party, as cnndldntes for tho olllcus charged, consists of tho dofendant Medill XlcCormlek has glvon out a nominated, Ktinoti!irir.ru trnlnif In flip rnnm at ulntomnnt In which lin states his be- hail been for which HAZAR AT M. E. CHURCH. ACTION UPHELD respectively.they will be It observed that lhe c l0, 1otel( whcro lno Jury wa8 er U)at tnc war wlll tast two ,car3 Urltlsh Army Headquarters In was ono tho plaintiff. II. O. Daniel, f muu. mW. n,lnr,PIi liniinr Tho ladies of the Methodist church France, Nov. 21. Tho advance of tha , n r.lnnn. nfter thn caso t ,,,-- . of the nominees for an olHco of a dls- will hold their annual Bazar one .Exhaustive Opinion Covers Every trlct of the county, but the plaintiffs, wnj fla,y b ubmIttC(, to tho jury for j tTho young Men's Christian Asso- - day only Thursday, Dec. 6, 1917, at British army against the Germans was continuing this afternoon. Tho ....... r.iiis unu unumui, nnal ,iccl80f ulld urtcr tho Jury had ciation has raised a fund of $35,000,- - the church. Dinner will ho served towns of Masniores, Marcolng, Klbe-cou- rt, Phase of Late Muddle in ,,. ..i-- i., nees, nut wcro citizens oi """ iuihi- nT1,i mklnc with 000 to lm nxnended f for tho moral frnm nn.l liinM. nt nil linnr Havrincourt, Cralncourt and ty and entitled to vote at the No- him a. number of other parties, who wtjlfaro of our soldier boys in Amer- - during Ilia dny. Open until 10 Flcsqulerc's all wero behind the BritOhio County. vember election, and claimed, that carrlod with them various musical lu- - ic and Prauce. The Knights ot o'clock p. m. Everybody lnvit- ish advancing line and tho cavalry, the rlGht to have the parties names struments, and upon their arrival, Columbus has also ralsod a largo sum cd. 21t2 with tho tanks which is printed upon the ballots, as candifrom their re- - for ilia same purpose. arrouslns tho Jurors November 12, 1917. and rendering invaluablo servlce.was dates, was a matter of public and poso and playing of said musical In - , . RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION. drawing in toward tho Bourbon wood, ftourl of Appoitls of Kentucky. common interest to an citizens oi utnitnr.nia In tlm rnnm whore thn turv i Tlia nuall shooters reeort the birds I, M Daniel, t al Plaintiffs. west of Cambrai. More than S.000 ."" co"nty- - andtofor tl,at rea"on thcy- was .kept, during which time. It Is al- - ' unusually scare this season. The United States Civil Service prisoners have been takes. Yi. Motlai t Dissolve I 1 . sue for that pur- . ,. . slolfnP,, ,n,1Vor,01i entitled an exam- Comission has announced i,ii1"' tlm - Inrnr PnwirUI. - In a. corner tie. Iirllh n'he ancient and beautiful water iuation for the County of Ohio, Ken- I'"1 Vf l. Blaakeashlp, Defendant. Now York, Nov. 21. The great of the Judicial nf u't ro()m and aften t,Je CC5iatlon e,tT Venice, in Italy, Is threatened tucky, to be held at Hartford and Hie resular Judse iilslrlct. In which Ohio county Is sit of the music took the Juror out ot by the approach ef the Ocrsaan rjeaver Dam, on January 12, 1915, Hlndonburg defense line, upon which, , .... u...,. rSnlalna III JhiIh flurt DImoItIbE had . .it...-- l- . . , , nZ .w.... . the German commander-in-chie- f " I ' UJUe-room l0 an atljacent room whcr, arrfly, to fill the position of rural carrier at bulldcd his hopes of holdlne the Brit,t.,e p,B,ntlfflf h,ylnt; ElTon no- - tha , 'ccntcrtown, Ky. , and vacancies that a furthop conferenee. ish from Inroads into the open teru. muuun u iiqq oi ineir liuoilliuu.lliau piaioiiui, ii. v.. wamci A San Franeiseo woman, whe died maT iatr occur on rural routes from Sheriff Shackelford stated Satur- ' rtobertsu, S. E. Dennett, before another circuit judse, In vaoa- day that !i rnniAtiihnrftrl til npCR- - rrntlT TnrfieH hfir enntemBt for nlm nna nfnn In tho nhnvo.mAli. ritory beyond, has been smashed, and Our tho task apparently was an easy one. in n adjolnlne roun- SUults. O.UMa Stewart. J. S.,on( who w husband by wl,Bt Un U(jne(1 tounty The examlnatIon wU1 Jury wag at thc hoUli )8r slon An Indication that the Germans' . ,,, ,hnD, , aicaa, I,. B. Tlchenor, Nowton It. ty, to erant mandatory Injunction . n.i. 1 lMPnr- .v .h . mug, fortified line has been passed by tha ... naif.., J ft. Waller. Joseph Smith. It.' as, st the defendant, requlrinc him ... Lrtniiv ,inmlHic,i ln th. terrttorr some points is the entry . Tieheaor. J. Y Ilacerman, B. Vf. lt rause the namfs of all the nbov took several boys to the hotel, where England is excited over a report 0f a post office in the eounty and British at Not ;Tayler, and Isaac Keown, Died their intutIoned nominees to be printed they played music and had a cood that the Germans are digging a tun- - wno meet the other requirements of tho cavalry into tho fray. sliice (he famous retreat of the Gerdeclarations as candidates for the ,.p.,n the ballots to be ucd at th time. He said that ho did talk to one nol under the English Channel. jset forth in Form No. 1977. This mans along the Ancro and the Somme as pray-n- t nemlnatloa of the Democratic party, I( sular November 'form and application blanks may b9 with no intention j In the spring of the present year have Iioltl' eii for in tho petition. Upon tltti of tho jurors, but the regulnr primary elfctlon, John Fleminj; Pogue, a wealthy obtained from tho offices mentioned whatever of being in coutompt ot the horsemen been engaged. At that in the year 1917, for tho various '; arlng of tho motion, It was vis- ...... -- . .... l..ln.r.i..t iui nib ...t.l. jon.o In w.u..llln uiouuvi, inftnhMv nvfifnec. uuuvu ur iruui .l. llnttfij owivd n(v ' ttrrin thnv norfnrmpil vnllftnt KPrvicrt "" itimitta i,. , mujaiiuu .lle.tlln. up tho distilling -- .... .... .nH. niu vjiiilwuWashington, county unices, and district offices of,,tlnpd and lhe injunction granted, i:uiiii, ui iiiiui gave n Sorvico Commission at od religion and any manner whatever. in harassing tho retreating columns tho county of Ohio, to bo voted for as Thereupon, tho defendant on tho should be The caso will bo tried bofore n business. Later, upon tho approach tj. c. Applications up prisoner. for the respective unices, lowing day, which was November expressing warded to tho Commission at Wash- - and in rounding at tho March terra, and Sheriff of death ho made a will, Attacking over a front of thirty-tw-o for which thoy sought tho iiomlna-- , oiul, having glycn notice, made a Shackclford believes ho will have no his. forgiveness of all who had over ington at the earliest practicable miles, extending from the Scarp tlon, at the following regular Novcm- - motion before me. as a judge of Hie,,,,,,, , convi,,clng tno court and &4ged him. and willed that all dato, rlvor east of Arras to "St. Quentlue, nor amnion, mo six nrst Appeals, 10 tussoivo , court ai h(j m ntcnUoi what. del)ts du0 ,,,m should be cancolcd: t Tj U'iAi worn tho only candidntci for tlm ro- - junction. Field. Marshal Haig, with his English? CIHCUIT COUKT. J4Sfll ever of interfering with thc court thus literally following thq scriptur Scotch, Irish and Welch troops, has spuctlve oniccs. for which they sought I upon the hearing of the motion to inl Injunction to forgive one's debt- or any of its ordors. tho nominations of tholr party, be- - dissolve the Injunction, the right of The November term of the Ohio made one of tho most rapid and specThc witnesses whoso evidence was ors. vos oi mo preseni war, foro the primary, and when .thirty . tlit plaintiff. II. G. Daniels, to main- - hcard by t,10 grand Jury and on whose ' Circuit Court will open hero next "cuiar ' catching tho Germans completely by days noxt before the day ot the prl- - aln thc nction to require tho clerk An American soldier has been ex- - Monday for a two weoks term. On evldouce the Indictment was return- mary election had passed, certificates to cause to bo printed upon the bal-o- f ,rl n rnvxnlril liv tlin nninp nnnnml- - npntivl In Pnnn fnr nntrairtner a. W a fow criminal cases Of imDOrt- - surprise m tno onsiaugiu, capiuring nomination wore icsued to each of lots, tho names of any of tho par- - cd to the Indictment, are C. E. Harrl- - French woman. May Its llko not oc - anco wlll be on for trial. Tho case . numerious positions which wera .ro .. .1.AU 1..... "- -. iil-si.upreB.muie auu ia..iiS " "'cu' t. el... A!itl .f tlm sistittifw rtittirf '!.... uuk, . ). .u I.twanlf ami tlia S0I1 an,i Mort llobertson. two of tho cur again. of Dick Stewart, charged with ma- "' i"""" 9. of SccrBlt of tho plaintiffs. Ellis and Case- as directed by -- eshooting and wounding Andy( in addition tnousanus oi prisonem rg em tllcious nclcd ln tho Glbson ca30 tlon 1550. Kentucky Statutes, gov- - cr. as citUens and voters of thc al tho JuIy tcrni and Vck Swlnt. ono lAlford, is set down for trial thc first and numerous guns. KA1ZB ItAT. ij vicctiuiM .counxy, lu iiiaiutaiu me sun iui uu of tho parties, who It is learned, acul ",u ",c ruini inc iiiiiuiuc ui w1" dav. Thc murder caso of Ernest Lit- As' purpose, was questioned but it U nud making pnrty" nominations. companied Sheriff Shackelford to Ju- Miss nodneyBnixo and Mr. Dorscy sey charged with killing Hnyden Cur - cntlr ls centered on the important appears from the record, the clerk not considered necessary to determine nay wero married yesterday after- - tis, at Kockport, is docketed for this railway junction oi amnrai, iyinE quarters. ..,.. ' ... .i i.i .. -- u .1- .- ,,.,-i. to tho. east of tho old line midway 1outoic iu bauu ui iiu-u-i uiu vviti n- - mm iiuusiiuii, aa uic uutiniuii ui an' nt thn linmn nf the term, and will nrobablv be tried. Investigation rovcals that, Vlck nnnn it flcate or nomination to. which ho was'othor Issue, which applies to the Swint, local manager for tho Cum- - bride's case resulted in between Aras and St. Quentln. Hore, father. Mr. W. N. Baize, at former trial of this , iiaving fatten tno towns ui entltlod, directly after same was of all tho nominees, alike, ful- - Itnplntifl Tnlpnlinnn iarco.uE, Cnvn.i ...... . .. . . .... TTonrv WW..-.- . TTllla Tlin Hot ... P Vnr- - n. hunt? tllrr. WW. ..... 1.1 .. .. .. .w.. . .. ...ncr c .... ,y ,sposes ot. uie cnt re controversy. wv. . ....... .w.bl...U..U Pimnnnv. I u.c-Annoux, Gralncourt and Novellea, tho oi incui crer h uort .ci - oq( D(jputy slQtM J . Un offlcIaUng Tho raU8,c waa ren. U1UII.I, U.Ul.lUi ! .1 For tho plaintiffs, it was Insisted. ' c Qlcnni who victorious troops at last accounts certificate in the office of the county ,jr COUNTY COUIIT, ,n c,mrgo of tho dQred Qf Hart Mrg y c disposition that, it was tho duty of tho county, wero well within gun range of Camcourt clork, or made and in- At- - ford. of Only a fow relatives and jury; Will Waller, court clerk to cause tho names of tho .torney Joo II. Miller, and a young timato friends of tho bride and groom Miss Edith Porter, of Boaver Dam, brai, with its railroad lines and roadof it. named,1 nomlnocs, nbovo mentioned, bo to Tho remaining eight, above ouallflcd ns Notary Public on tho ways branching out toward all tho man namod Atchison, nro the parties wcro present: The bride wore a dark parties had opposition for the iioml-- j printed upon the official ballots for who acconipallleiI sheriff Shackelford blue coat suit with gray hat and 23rd. main points of tho compass. thcy. respectively. ho use of tho regular November nation, which Tho latest ndvice3 Indicate that Mrs. Emma Ileddon was appointed Jury WttS bo. Bnoes and carrIed of wht0 t0 tho room whero tho sought, but each of them having ro- - election, although tho certificates of lug kept. iKlllarney roses. A delicious supper as guardian ot Lucilo, Clollan D., and tho British hnvo not yet coasod their celvod a majority of votes, the board .nomination had ncvor been filed with iwas served at tho homo of tho Frank Hodden, Jr., on November 21. attacks. On tho face of press reports .Mans Gibson Sentenced. whllo for tho clerk, it was In - , Mans Gibson, who was convicted groom's father, Mr. J. D. Bay, of tho ot tho scope ot the British victory oc of commissioners, in duo season, Tho Brightest Star pared and signed for each ot them a slstod, that, ho was without author-fcrtincat- Friday and given a sentenco of two they were inclined to hollo o that Ray Mrs. Itoso Hill neighborhood. Slrius, which astronomers say is theso results had been accomplished. showing his nomination , ty of law to plnco tho names upon years in tho penitentiary for killing is well known hero, sho having freas candidate, for tho olllco which ho ( tho ballots, when tho certificates of Arthur Ilaydcii, was sentenced Report!! Eagerly Awaited. by quently visited tho family of her lho brightest star, Is estimated to bo, sought, In 'accordance- with sub-setheir nomination had not been filed J nd go Slack Saturday afternoon. Ha undo and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Cal V. 'in round numbers, seventy billion Further details as to the number miles distant that ls soventy follow- of prisoners and tho amount ot war tlon 2C, of Section 1C50, Kentucky with him fifteen days preccodlng tho will bo taken to Eddyvlllo by Sheriff Keown. ed by twolvo noughts. It Is called matorial captured Nolthor of theso parties, day of tho regular November cloc-s- o Shackelford on Tuesday. wero eagerly, Stututos. o-- e a fixed star, but it moves about an awaited. Theso figures will furnlsli far us tho record shows, however, tlon. Mary Judge Slack appointed Mrs. MIMSTKK HURT. Yet that movomont, a means of gauging accurately the inch a century. Previous to tho enactment ot tha Smlthsou, official stenographer of Mc over requested the board of election as seen from tho damage inflicted ou tho enemy aud to deliver to hi in his primary election law ot March 5th, ' commissioners bo microscopical Mill Lean comity, ln room of Mnrvln Eltlor W. B. Wright, a well known certificate, and nover tiled or caused 1912, and which, with its amend-- 1 er, who declined to servo any longer earth, to bo visible at all must rep- also will make It clear whether or and much liked former pastor of tho a movement or speed ot 1,-- 1 not a complete surprise was accomIt to- bo filed with tho county court moults of March 23, 1914, Is now having nil thu work he could do ln Christian church here, and father resent clork, and. In fact, it docs not appear, Section 15G0, Kentucky Statutes, tho Daviess and Hancock counties. 900,000 miles a day. plished. Tho number of prisoners of Mrs. C. E. Smith, received pain- j If tho sky is clear, look for Slrius and tho amount of war material capthat clthor of thorn wus evor in pos- general cloctlon law governing the i m ful Injuries, in a fall at his homo at Tho board holding of tho regular November DIVORCE IS GIVEN TO A and think that the light by tured are certain to be very large, la session ot his certificate. Dawson Sprlng3, a few days ago. commissioners, lu plnco election, controlled and prescribed at olectlon which you seo it left the star nearly view ot tho extent of the drlvo unMOTHER OF liU CIIIIiDREM . thirty years ago, yet light travels less tho Germans had already withof delivering the certificates to tho tho manner In which candidates DR IUIEY IN KENTUCKY. 180,000 miles a second, and takos drawn a greater part of their equipyartle who wore entitled to them, names could be placed upon the bal Des Moines, la., Nov. 15. Mrs, placed them within tho loaves of a lots. Section 1433. Kentucky Sta U.r. V. l.fiuHnv iS. mntlinr nf twpn- Dr. A. B. Rlloy, who was recently , "nder eight minutes to pass from sun ment "tul most ot their men, and kook, wherein the crcord of tho lutes, provides that the county elerklty.two chiidron. obtained a dvlorce aDnolnted a Lieutenant In tho Medical to earth. there Is no hint up to this time ia Compared with Slrius the sun Is a Gorman war office statements that a of the board of election should causo to bo printed on tho ro- - ' yesterday from Benjamin F. Lind- -, Donartment of tho army and station-- ! commissioners was kept, and lodged spective ballots tho names of all can- - ioy former saloon keeper. jed at Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Intl., nieie Dicker, a candle to an ure light, retirement had been planned. Some officers hore were hopeful the book In the office of tho countv dldatos nominated by the convention , Tha children Included ono trio of has beou transferred to Camp Tay H the two were to exchange places court clerk, and the clerk deposes, and 'primary election ot any party triplets and threo pairs of twins, and lor, at Louisville. Dr. niley's friends in the universe the sun would al- - that the drlvo would have the Imme.. !.& lnn( .. an ho- I. ... in u -- -- --- ...UI. liw that he did not have any knowledge Mint nua vu ...-- ..um ui9 llio intal ' are g to nS yCarS 01U, diate effect ot compelling the Gorluiai 0-time, a.tu 11107 n.o i.uic.uus, win i.n mnt nnn nut nf slrht altnirettiflr. . of the certificates, vote of tho state at the last preccod-- 1 I ' Mrs. Lludlor told District Judge pleased to learn ho has been asslcned ,'tng bnroly vlslblo to the naked eye, man high command to abandon the of the whereabouts But Italian campaign or so reduelne Us a star ot the sixth magnitude. until within fifteen days, precceriins: inc general olectlon, as eertlficd to i,egrBtf that tho father of this faml- - to thu Kentucky camp. the election, aud this statement ls the clork by the presidlne officer and ly had desorted them and her more this earth and all Its boasted power forces thoro that the combined Italsocrotary of said convontton, or In Mian three years ano. not contradicted. .MARRIAGE LICENSE land wealth would be shrlvollcd up ian, British and French armies could The ecrtlncates of nomination, not tho c6o of a primary election, by the IN'CK OUR LAST KB PORT just like a bit of tow In a blast fur- - drive the Teutons back late tke v0 the children look like kirn?" 'nace, for Slrius, according to astron- - mountains. kavinc been filed with the clerk of sccrotary and chairman ot any dls - 'the judge asked, thn couuty court, fifteen days pre-- , trlct committee, and, also, the nanios I "About a dozea of them do," said Orvllle Crate, FordsvlIU, te Iv.tjomical calculations, would fill all the TO STOCKHOLDERS ONLY. space represented by the orbit of th May Barbee, Fordsvllle. cocdlnc the resular November clec- - of any candidates for any office when jrSi Undley. We havo orders from headquarter tlon, the clerk refused to cause the! potltlonod so to do by electors, qual - . te Myr- - earth, being equal te four hundred Cecil Calvert, Centertown, navo you ever had any twlus?" not to sell goods to anyone other names of the nominees to be printed I Med to vote for such candidates, 'tho Judge asked aftor Mrs. Llndley tie Schneider, Centertown. 'suns. than stockholders, and from now on upou tho ofllclal bullot, to bo used etc." Section 145C Koutucky Sta- - bad mentioned tho triplots. L. B. Crowder. Itoslne. to Emma ONLY thoso owning stock ln tho AsNEW RESTAURANT. at the November oUctlon, as cundl- - tutes, provides, that, "Certificates und "Yes, every once lu a while," she Haven, Rosine, sociation can buy goods from us. Ad tho oniccs for which thoy , petitions of nomination herein direct- - roplted. dates for Wo have opened a new restaurant much as wo would llko to accommoI'RE.VCH TO BUILD hurt boon nominated, under tho cm-- 1 oil to bo filed with tho clerk ot a coun- - ) SHU'S In Hartford, next door to Schnpmlre'a date our friends', wo have to ubido THANKSGIVING SERVICE. of thu Democratic party, or ty shall be filed not moro than sixty litem and respectfully Invito tho public to by ordors, and sell only to stockdays und not less than fifteen days Special Thanksgiving service by tho otherwise. Washington, Nov. 17. Tho Shlp-ica- ll and see us when looking for holders. On the 2nd day ot November, tho before the election." Section 14G7, Epwortli League- - will bo held at the AM. ASS'N.. Motbodlst Church, ou Nov. 25, at ping Board has approved tho build- - bomethiug good to cat plaintiffs, H. G. Daniel, W. E. Ellis ' S. L. KING, Mgr. MAPLE & CHINK. Props. lng ot twenty 4,000-to- n 2ltt (Continued ou Eighth Pago.) C. Cusobier, instituted this 6: tC p. m. Ever) body United. und J. KY'S. HIGH COURT ON ELECTION LAW Man-kenshl- BRITISH SMASH GERMAN LINES O le , ., u,, ,.,, ninl . lu. ,"" ....- . , ill rt.. .., ,h. ,,,, ., .i..n. . eU-HIo- , j...t. 1 c.n I ...... sub-scctl- - "" ii .. , Eu .i. !.. .... .. ..,.'' ....... """ I -- n rf il .. --- I son-in-la- w o, c- I I - I . 11 1 - -.- ( L destination before it it Ignited, then DRAFTREQULATIONSl ztte spilt, and projected the firing TERROR STRIKE Into tbe satin rtrcam fire ardi beboards become. .purely appellate bod-- J . .u fore tbe UMer strikes th crosnd waicn can oa uwu J um.i ARE ALL REVISED: leg oeioreoriginating before the looal , The latter, f course. Ignites, but evidence beard. For additional facU the case, IV ou, rjAmtAIUSM OF P.ATTI.B the potat f Ignition stays at the uroe place; the Ire does not eat IU way mutt be returned. to . the local board KKYISHI) BY THK TKKIII-DL. MHX, It te nE.de plain that men aireaay ,back toward tbe nozzle Tbli elimVI VK MILLION DIIAITKI) II UN. inates both the terrible heat which .MUST ALL lilt HIMWA.MINKD Ibeld br local boards for service will , formerly ha rawed the operator, and AT OXCB. continue to be sent forward s need-nozzle is the id until such time as the new Claes- la the current Itnc of the Illus- - 1ne once, accessory no object light'-to the but it leaves 1 Is each district u sufficiently ort rated World, Anthony K. Rudd so- - enemy la making a target of the lunk aaUed to care for drafts fro t T7TJ17 PI AQQT7S APF MLT)F. -1 ny ssay IteeU. The operator, though, it is lej will dlstrtet. All pending 9) ,h'w of a mark, and for this latter rracon and the then be wipe off the .late rw, lh tt l a It now issueJ Pren!. flammeawerfer as 5n ystem will apply i. fall. District Hoard Given Appellate I'm. Altaouah an ancient dleooeen the failure. Another chance permit enlistment prmm w- -r ha seen It reMrt!. or Tii Hew KvWnce hi KietupAn American pyrothetcbimcian reof reentered men in the nary and Uwm Cae. The use of liquid Are hi wa'.'ar-'dow- n cently has advanced an lntrst,ru' corps where they are ao far biHm h eeoturtea plan for making this devilish wi. " on the call list as to make eer-In 8t A. .. Calltefaas. an al- - into a force really effective In ti Amimr agx. - ..... ..- -. 4. ni 17. New WaabJaatfte. Kb-of arJDr budls. K credit enemlst of Hetloswiis. Oreao. uund taking of Uencae and tbe destruc- ? " t CJ isnsn mMm ' wale wit or aa4 tion for fortifications. Ue remaining y : tiow on amsy taat i TW for a deadly wep- regis- - i ocleef a ilaMs MB of tne t.WMI like fllMrtM. towwer. and focal boards are litre on. Jaaited aad poured poa 4raft--! jBflre, of Tbe new mechanism is essenfally iH for military duty will projected from tabes or shot a bug wagon wheel, eight feet m . . for serrteo with the colon wr prmm for roloataiy enlistment baKHtoo, wwtli ilaeoorare tie diameter. A rim of steel like a tire by Proroat ator- -. a Menaced (he anBT f amaM ot a The binds tbe circumference. In the renCrowder. hi (Hnenl r,ToMlUIT and laort ardeat attack. Ter eJaaaliomtio Mbatasoe beaj koon a ter of the circle thus circumscribed r.eulailoa are coincident itb tboi, ,8t0inmtic adrancefaent of the ad by hS ts a round pot or bubometbing the a 1 and hi. ladnc- - "Gretk are." aad ...slon of oliaitelo Into See claaoes ,tltTir.t t0 .nd the circulation of the calltkm at tel0 a,, miliary -- . notion la reprtlln attacks of the same in appearance as the hack wber : te :i A. D. bubs of a modern t ttionaalrea which have been Ut- - !se where the regiatraat baa do- trtea the secret of tcana- - Outward from this hub tbe rpokp j seed to prertotu annotineemeMa joehjeats, bit walrer mast be aceocv factnre was closely gvardod. fcut radiate; these spokes are gigantic Tho new regulations, as ba been p.,,!, however, by wahrers fro A. D. all nattes? had liquid fire tanks, three fet 1n !e:iz-- ' i.Lnounced before, repeal all oreeed- - thoe eendent on him. If not atoo 10 cancel all exeat-- 1 viuo. or by aSdavits showing that learned either to sake this Are or aad ten inches in diameter. T!". e resniatlo&s. i project through the j"b and discharges graated under alBor eependeau will be adoqmately on closelr reseaibUBg It. Wbb frmpowder was tore ted. rim. aad point obliquely brk an : X system, and restore ever proTjiolla f0T. If there are minor de- e old :: . oaodiy for downward. At the point whre thr flr sterod man to fate original status.- aiml. A waiver by a minor can- - O During own civfl pass through this rim en outlet vaigood and - will hereafter be required to unaceept. anew and ryo all examinations it,,, flTe classes Into which nine wv however, a Northern tarntor ls situated la each, and the rirn I: of i re-- eat hu claims for exemption million mm registered for military submitted formulas and example laf . attacked to this in such a maun r that when a whirling motion is ibtnce to Ger.ersMeCl duty and those who are registered ?a.n. H brcjftt ta aon of to tbe wheel all the valves tr Men of draft age with dependent hereafter are divided and the order w rP That k lato thrown open te allow the escape of r jatives are placed In a more secure m jjieh they will be called for ser- liuv j llnf.irri Vnil cllillllfl ftVltminH OUT llftfld -;y tbe charged liquid. 'Av to all such ideas; h r.osmon under the new regulations t viee wen officially announced . . ..I s unworthy of se--. & pot or hub at the center Is in th Tbe Pn made f.trm wagons. I hoy run lighter, sire maUo oi future operations of the e prorost marshal general's reality a bomb. A glow fute Is lightservice law. While deferred questionnaire which every register- - Olied combatants, the very best material ami last far longer than any Jt remained for Germany to f bow ed at the time the wheel is projecti aEsification under the new plan. - ahn atf,t aj 0ut xad 1W. Th maehine made wagon you can buy no mutter what J replaces all dUcharge or order shows some change from the tB ,rarW th"t Ten Kulure eould ed. At the moment when the condescend to the us of liquid fire In tents of the tanks have nearly becertifieates. may be revoked tentative draft published some time price you pa v. Contrary to the cener- - come exhausted and the heary whe"l extremities. wten granted for any other cause .'P0. beliefs, althooch it was not until is ready to fall to the ground, the ihere is no way in which men wits) 'contrarv to some published re- We also do all kinds of Blacksmithins and Re- e Tuton advance had been check- - fuse reaches the contents of the hub dependents can be called up for serv- exsmpt aarried u aot The pairing, especially tlio liartl joos ine oiuer lenow 0 pounds of trinitrotoluol. doawtoir mat sue orougai ion. men as a class, bnt it does nlaee ics out of their turn. dependent wives " revived terror, the records of the terrific explosion which follows scatcan't do. Added Protection Given. married men with psieni omee sno iaai u ters the steel debris of the wheel ovprotection for dependents is aad children far down on the list ' We alpo make a specialty of Htiisoshoeing and fact, the ouestiou- - oveniors uaa secured by the requirement in cas'is of liables. wWb q.rv.j er a radius of at least tbrtu hudred In involved for six yards. " Kocei where the registrant seeks to waive mire indicates that only men of the "I j.'.r;ics'.! . solicit vour patronage in this line. ..... Thrmrn by Sprins. uUIUb his deferred classification status that first class will be called to th Tbe catapult for launching tbU tie in 1514. It was then aot a weap waivers also must be obtained from colors except in the grave erne: K fspect fu ly you r.s, on of desperctlcn, but a horror care- aammerwerfer wheel is set in adthose dependent upon him before be geacy. fully planned in advance, intended vance of the placing of the wheel br can be taken into the military servto demoralize the allied defenses. from ten to 12 men pushing an iron Ah Old ManN Stomncli. ice. a lsrg f At f rst this aammeawerfer, as th lever which compresses As we grow older and less active. The effect of the regulations is to This whole wheel then is and less food is required to Germans celled their revived Greek spring. 'lose the ranks of the army, navy or ! , :, cnrr absolutely to men be-- 1 met: the demands of our bodies. If Cre attack. wa overwhelmingly sue- - placed on an Incline skid, started up- e The Freneh aad English. ward and a trifle to the right to Imn 21 and 31 y&ers of age. where too much is habitually taken, the cessful. part a slight whirling motion to the upon them who .toirara will rebel. When a man not prepared tor this aeutoa. i r.y have dependents Thirty-liv- e years experience in tlie suffer if they went to the front. , reaches the advanced age of S5 or ed trench after trench before this wheel as it is sent up. Bike many other terrors of the you will find that he is a light nw monster which broiled them judges 0. i.ocal boards are constituted present war. tbe actual mortality reater. He as careful ax you will, alive. ft all such cases. The apparatus used at this time sulting from the use of "liquid fire." way Is'iowevr, you wfll occasionally eat For the first time also a comparatively The eoaibustlble mixture than you should and ir vlded In which men physieallyarmy j the need of Cnamberlain's'will fel was simple. dissolved In gaeoline.wa in any form, isupon the morale smalli ZSCZZEGaBBSKfKSEB323S333k2biXtSm of but the effect TableU i'self. pitch ed for front line duty In the These tab- - earriod In metal tanks. These tanks body of troops toeing for the first 'J v 'id yet able to do some part of the to correct the disorder. HKIti: IS A GOOD PI.ACK TO STOP FOIt MTTI.i: MOXKY w.-- k nf a soldier may be called for 'lets do not contain pepsin, but were under high preasure, due mainly time this whoel of unquenchable were charped Same would be very great and n Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th , mited military service behind the tticngthcn the stomach and enable to the fact that tbey its functions natural- - with a hydrocarbon gas which pro- - doubt cause as mueh consternation Partial physical exemptions t to ants. The Onlj Hntl In ltuivillt Operated on tbe the liquid iroa tne nose noz- - as did the gas attack when first loos-amay be granted by local boards to ly. They also cause a gentle move- American mid Kuropciin Plnn. by the Germans in the early days bowels in create this new classification. aeni of the war; or the onslaught of the SWo Ce It. of the Both oAMKKICA.V PLAN (With Meals) Tbe firet class, which embraces Today both sides nse liquid fire at "tanks" which overwhelmed the TeuItonnis uitlKiut liiilli but with Hot and Cold lliiniiiug Wiiti-r-. n.en wholly without dependents, s expected to bring in fully 2,000,00 a ir.fs The apparatus- - has been de- tons at the battle of theAncre. single. J2.0U per day; 2 people. $2.00 each 75 Hooms am . veloped to a point where it can be' The questionnaires beginning single, 2.fi0 per dny; 2 people. 2.2f each 60 Hooms Relieved. Muscle Sorene . For Infants and Children at 109 yards as an extreme lie ember 15 will be circulated GO Front Ilooms. single. 3.00 per day; 2 people. 2.50 each Unusual work, bending and lifting ' range. the registrants at tbe rae of 2n Use For Over Years llooins uiih I'llviite Hath: is a strain on at-- , or strenuous exercise This has been aeomplUhed by per cent, of each local registration Always btais 50 Ilooms single, 3.00 per day; 2 people. 2.7K each muscles, they become sore and tuching an accessory lire nozzle to the d'ii day. Voiunteer medical and single, 3.50 per dny; 2 people, 3.00 each 50 Rooms ti!l, you are crippled and in pain. Signature of W$i7S&(253tf , r.l boards being organized In each themain apparatus. Thus now the Sloan's Liniment brings you quick KUItOPKA.V Pia.V (Without Meals trlct will assist registrants in inakrelief, easy to apply, it penetrates) Ilooms without Until but with Hot ami Cold Kunnlnt; Water. ii out the forms and supporting af- without rubbing and drives out the ' a vita, which are very complete. 75 Rooms slnglo, H.OO per dny; 2 people. J0.75 each aoreness. A clear liquid, cleaner Duties of Registrants. 60 Hooms single, 1.23 per dny; 2 people. 1.00 ouch than mussy plasters or ointments, It Where registrants aro away from 50 Front Hooms. single, 1.G0 pur day; 2 people, 1.25 ench does cot stain the skin or clog the or In other clrcum-- '. ,r Hnoiiis Willi l'rhate Itatli: pores. Always have a bottle handy rces are unable to appear, appit- 60 Hooms single, 1.50 pdr day; 2 people. 1.25 each for the pains aches of rhoumatism, tion to the local board for a quo3- 60 Hooms single. 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.60 ench gout, lumbago, urippe, bruies, stiff-- r ' '1'ialro) Is all that is renulred. Thi nets, backache and all external pain. In the reg t noteworthy change THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. 3 Mississippi is a land of romance and interesting hfeiory, and she has far-- , At your druggist, 25c. v.oas, outside of permission for t'.'sbod some famous men who bav.- - i.ad Epectacular careers. Mississippi i:uiiipi'iin Pirtii Only. Wrong l)lugnosi.. ip workers employed in building was found by old world explorers to have a fine climate and many fascinaIlooms Without Until, $1.00 nud up; Hooms Willi Private Until, 81.50 8 ' emergency fieet to remain at their tions. Two centuries ago DeSoto. Joliet. Marquette. Iberville. Bienville and Mr. Costlck Do you know, whon- mid iiii Host KatliiK Place In Town. j,N are as follows:granted virtually USalle bad a "vision". of the civilisation of Mississippi of today. Mlsslssip- -' ever I look at my reflection In a mir- Tho Louisville Hotel ami the Old Inn nro located In tho vhole?alo a Local boards ars pi has had one hundred years of statehood and she expects to celebrate her ror I can't help thinking what district and only a walk to tho retail district and theaters. ; .'ial powers to fcummoa wttnssios Centennial near Culfport In 1913. much better looking fellow I am than obtain Information. Ical police the average man. I s'pose you'd call LOUISVIU.i: 1IOTHI, AXI) 01,1) COMPANY, Props. At Gulfport Is a railway pier extending one mile lato tbe Mississippi v. 'i - that any witnesses responds. eoncolt? , Sound. It elves dockage facilities to foreign vessels and makos the harbor that programme of corre-A definite Mrs. Costlck Oh. no; I should t3EZ a gateway to the.Interior of the State, and south to the Panama Canal re- -' ,i dence between the boards, State call it distorted vision. land connections along the .,' ii!s and tbe Prorost Marshal gton. Guirport Is thus famed, together with It & Nashville Railroad for Its accessibility from and to Ur Loral's olllce is provided to keep line of the Louisville overtime, at this amiablo occupation, How's This? j points north, irouth, oast and west. it. is asput of the plan decentralized all We offer On Hundred Ucllars Reward their combined output being not far DR. ' The city of Gulfport has attractive homes, One churehos and schools, and for any caje of Catarrh that cannot bs from 15,000 statutes ench year. Ths at 'l moving smoothly. Catarrh K) E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE e machinery Is an aggresslvo people. She has also about her, fruit lunds and cured by Hall's Medklne has bn talren prevailing obsession seems to be The entire Hall's Catarrh A nd Fitting of Glasses to aid local hoards In tracing garden fcpots for the settler from tho north. She has In her Great South- - by catarrh sufferers for tho past thlrty-flr- o that statutes, llko tho crops, vurich drafted an tho Gulfport is on the bbuutlful Shell mostyears, and baa beoomi known Hall's the country In proportion to their Mnsonlc hostelry. rr gistrants and right of way for mail era Hotel a fine reliable rmJy for Catarrn. ' OWliXSllORO. KY. tliru H .o'inected with draft proceedings is road also, that extends for miles along the edge of the Sound. It Is a fino Catarrh Medklno arts expellir.if Blood on volume. Unfortunatoly for this no- Tomplu n the the JIucoilb surfacis. v. lien aboard that electric line breeze one gets at most any day of the eur, n .uired. from the Illood and )tallng tho dis- tion, however, tho avearge logUIntor I.ocal boards are authorized to hut runti along tliu very waters edge. The golf links, a fow miles east of' eased portions. does not always know whnt ho Is After you have taken Hall's Catarrh r""Jiit partial exemption for jiertlal Gulfpott are an attraction on this line; also tho Military Academy and beauMtdlclne for a rhort lime you will ew a sowing, and tho harvest which physical disability, reserving the man tiful Heuuvolr, that with onto tho homo of Jefferson Davis, and which is Kreat Improvement In your ueneraJresults Is mailo up of strange hmlth. Htart taklms Halt's Catarrh Mllin this status for "special and limit-e- l now a harbor for the Confederate Veterans of Ure South. nne at once and Kt rid of catarih. Send ninl unexpected plants whoso appeartestimonials, free. military sorvlee." ance Is as astonishing to tho legislaIf, whllo hojounilng at Gulfport, you are weary of golfing or boating, why foi J. CHKI.Bi it Jineuu, wni" F Authority Is granted to form TV tor nc It is disconcerting to his congo searching fori Bold by all Crumri-then In tho moonlight nights or dark nights you can clarsi of men highly skilled in "flounders" when tho tfdu Is out. It Is a picturesque sight to see men stituents. " OL'it PASSION! a. ticular trade or professions and ive and women, who lire along the shore who often at night aro thus engagMrh. P. O. Ktiii'lic-l'IVIK How Sho them under thlH special ed. ISy the aid of the light of their torchee they enjoy this sport. No fitiinion iSCCAI.I. IMTTtDMO Sutherland, of Utah.) Cured Her Son of n Cold. (I)y radlng roiiardlosa of tholr grouping doubt many find It uu economic pastime. ' '"r ?''' lplWty " hen my son Kills was sick with I SSuMm"1 ntjtljr 40 Iwl,frt fi,lJ,oU in lf' If I wore asked to name the char- tho general Uasslflnatlon plan. The in P. ercay.n.t iJwn )cm UrllrJ the Gulfport is a coming elty of some size! Strangers aro cordially welcome atcerlstlc which moro than any oth- a cold last winter I g:vo him bute.""Z oris-i-I rttary of War may revoke P "' l'l "ul1 l""''' "l't H' iny poCough Homedy elaaalflealion. I'vent that no cither to visit for u time or to add tholr Interest to that of many otheis er dlhtlngulshou our present-daIt helped HcCALL'K nuke. t,t4 lot lice MUtoc1 ' who come for the attractions and well - being she offers to all who way wUJi MAGAZ1NU I am not sure lilm at onco mid quickly broke litical Institutions, i ii uraiit! up deferred classification to share with liur. C'arlyle Porter. lhat I should .not answer, "The pas-- J hl3 cold," writes Mrs. P. O. Sttichi'll, S maciilne million month. Imalujblf. I.t C4une of depeuilonts may bo Siiii,,icl l,i',t"1. ilietiiiukliiir, ml.linflj, ttvilnK,Uney ntrdlfwoiV.hiltJtwhiB In ny way or called for sorv-lc- o Gulfjiiirl is one of the attractive rosorts loeitl on the Ueautiful Gulf blou of making laws." Thoro aro IS Homer City, Pa. This remedy has Duly W rnl legislative been In uso for many years, its f Z.?'.1 ' .F0."1 ,.,0.,,c,t small or modurute-slzoout of lil regular ordor. Wlisn Coast itnd reached by the superb stosl passuugor trains of tho r (wnith tl.tublr), li,clu.llnt; a It grant- engaged good nunlitle have botm fully nrovuu f Sut)icilb tuJijr, or tend lor uuinla utlt. cop, bodies in tho United States CiH rrcj4 eWhsKluttbin Imh been INDtlCCMLNrS a good deal of tho time, and one very by many thousands of people. It is WONOniHIL IMMal bHnh. .emlus caUloju for iudufcltial or agricultural ti Agent. RAILROAD! large national legislature working and sufo to taku. a )it)i:illy ijualifjed ragUtrunt m . ear naiicw ciliiueoilei. AJJie acciu. co. kj u :;j u. :.a st, hsw oca 1.S7 be sumonod oat of his turn LIQUID District Boards' Status. regulation, district Under the FIRE AS inSammable liquid It thrown to Its , ftj-...c,fjMViiSS5'SfVJTvSWSf V7 if V r; t' w "w .- - dt t.- 1 -- 1 i ,! It i Laddies 1 ' ' iwm 'K ." dan-ne- w i , ;n I .-- . -- Suits jj.tat : e. Waftm-Vueei- . " to-da- y a,, 1 S Hub Clothing C6o HARTFORD, KY. cut . 8n auto-uobil- e. 96SS fAV, WW VMWMM.i ; a. or j Wagoxisi wagonai . -- aog WaffoasI "j i j t-- to-da- " civ-lerti- re ."" o- -( rr-ptio- n j pg t ; urau un ; t ic 1 i A. B. Roy St Son Centertown, 5y. te. yiew-v.'iu- ld -- re j i led d ! - r.'-u- CASTOR5A 30 s t-- ed in-ong C ) lie Beautiful Gulf Coast GULFP0RT, MISS. ' - ' , 1 j j i : 1 t v'iirorav'TraitoiiLaa i ' J. H.THORPE post-olfls- wldc-awak- c , I'ol-to- , ly i j i j spe-t-- al u, t'. ( 1 l 1 - -- -l Clmtn-berialn- 's y ..,' "' -- J d f ra-ujii- h. LOUISVILLE 4 NASHVILLE pl'.-uka- A-- l .4 :z Submarine terror no longer menace tdiaro In tho war can bo and will bo w OHUtHTMAS CUTS declsle." Don't liCt Your Ciiuftti Hhiir On. A coiiBh For lit cry Soldier at Camp Zaehnry Tit lor. your It undermines CAMPAIGN CKUMAN IMlOAT nnd thrives on neglect. Rehealth llltKUUNO AMI SIIM'I'KIIH lievo it ftt once with Dr. King's New ItltCATIM-- : KAMI UK. Whcovery. This soothing balsam remedy heals the throat, loosens the phlegm, Its antiseptic properties kill Now "rnric, Nov. in. Arthtjr Pol-In- tho germ and tho cold Is quickly tinted ItrltlMi war export, liiim broken tip. Children nnd grownwnilo tin- - followliiK stutdni'iiMo thj ups alike nnd Dr. King's Now DisAM'oe.iiitcil Press mi tlu miliiiiiirlu-- ) covery pleasant to take as well as effective. Have a bottle handy In war: "AnyiliJjiR uiisntlnfiu'tory In tlin 'your medicine chest for grippe, croup At affcctiuns. mlllliiry mid political nil nation In (and nil bronchial 3 Kuropu la balanced by tho extraor- druggists, r.Oc-dinary newt, tliat tho (ioriimn cani)ali;n lum binkru down I'KKMCTH KKCOIU) I'P.ICK K UNTUCK Y TOBACCO Tho Aulitiiarlnn Is deftltofrftlii-feated. 1'ilF Is the most momentous Kecord prices for tobacco this year event plnce the United States declared war. It means we can all In Kentucky are predicted by J. C. Cnntrlll. stay tn i.nd that America can really Ills favorable opinion of tho proscome In. "Six months ago shlppinn was be- pect for tho farmers Is based on an nnalysls of the consus of tobacco leaf ing destroyed, ncconlliiR to koiiio at a rate of 9,000,000 tons stock on hand given by the Census pur annum. Had this loss continued Bureau. Concerning the Census retho Cermnus had tho right to expect, port Mr. Cantrlll said: "I liavo carefully examined the renot Indeed military victory, but n port just Issued by tho Bureau of placo that would mean something This was Census under tho Cantrlll tobacco much letis tliali defeat. Germany's only hope, and It was tho law, showing the stocks of tobacco Allies' only anxiety. For everyono, held by mnnufneturers and dealers Including tho (icrninn high com- In tho United Stnte3 as of October mand, knew that with sea commu- first, 1017. "The report ns a whole shows a nication reasonably safo.tho military defeat of the Herman army was icr-titi- n. very encouraging situation for the growers of tobacco In tho United "In tlio first fortnight of Novem- States. The situation so far as the ber tho rate of loss of British tonnago hurley typo of tolvcco Is concerned, of ships greater than 1.C00 tons each is especially gratifying, ns it shows has fallen to about 1.000,000 tons n tho stock of tobacco of hurley type ear. The present shipbuilding ca- held by the manufacturers as being than Octobor pacity of (Jreat Uritaln alone can 12.000.000 pounds-Ie?make this loss Rood In less than llrst, 1015. and practically tho bame Hglit months. At tho rate America, as on October first, 1910. Tho report (!rcat Mrltaln and Japan are striving nlso shows that ainco July 1. 1917, to attain we should replace this lo3 70,000.000 pounds of hurley tobacco ju less than eight wcoks. The rate have been used by the manufacturers. t loss for tho last week is actually This shows that hurley Is being conper less than the annual toll of wrecks sumed at the rate ot 275,000,000, aver-ag- o Is an nmazltiB de- annum, which Is moro than the in peace tlmo. It production annually of the bur-le- y It is not to be expected velopment. crop. as low us this. that losses can remain "This report, which Is carefully They must fluctuate. Hut they should us serious uneasiness prepared quarterly under the Canneer cause trlll law by the Bureau of Census, of tho revindication of bunrs out the high prices which are "In fare soft power, the'groatest war achieve- being paid for hurley tobacco srown stripment of the British, American and this season, even boforo it Is bur-le- y ped out. Tho groat demand for Allied navioH In the Inst three, and a tobacco ant for all other Kenhalf years, wo may be sure that then? encourtucky tobacco is extremely will bo a roactlou of optimism. For aging and based on tho law of bup-pl- y Germany's defeat at sea is final, nnd demand, there is every reaand permanent, whereas Germany's succoss on hind are local, son why rerord prices should 1io paid partial nnd temporary. And her do. tn i lie fir.-- "re for tobacco in Kenfeat at sea means that America's tucky this year." Is dangerous, r Ilepro-nontutl3 nl that racks nnd weakens mc&ca.'vr. ijraw,Wjjrayklw.T..w..tTrr''Tf"-y-A--1M'3rMtM'-"'F''- 1 THE BEAUTIFULGULF COAST HILOM ami OOKAN SPJUNGS, MISSISSIPPI. s trees--th- e If you would revel among the moht beautiful of shade of tho South, tho Mvo Oaks -- go to Ocean Springs, Mississippi. Drill road from its Mineral Springs and enjoy the ozone from the stretch of sholl along tho Sound. Llvo Simply among Its plain but hospitable small hotels or private boarding bouses; ou will never forget the view of tlie Gulf you have had. or the lejuvonuttug atmosphere that you have enjoyed during your stay. by Blloxl might bo called the lllvlera of tho Gulf CoaBt. It was settled was part oftho Louisiana possessions and was the llrst Iberville In 1C99. It colony planted by tho French in the South-Ye- s, It is true that you will lind there the old civilization and tho new. Truthfully wo may also say that It Is olio of tho most wistful, hclthiul and charming roborts on tho North American continent. We havo found It most delightful just following the Christmas holidays but It is also most agreeable In tho summertime, as the In of each breezes from tho Gulf ot Mexico fan the shore at homo time day. i Many legends havo been contcrcd at Blloxl. which doubtless had their A grand old oak. origin from tho tlmo of the Indian to later civilization. churchwith gnarled nnd twisted branches and hanging moss, stands In tho plcturoiquo "church ot tho Redeemer It has been the basis of yard of tho ninny a legend and torso. How beautiful aro those homes along tho beach where nature has been Beyond tho narrow fdroets of out Ulioxi one can sr.iri again Ttiidisturbed. road, pass tho "homo for guests" and the lighthouse and bo a tho shell welcome guest also at one or more ot tho beautiful prlvato villas lined alons boat-houtho sholl road. Several of thc30 havo their own prlvato piers with ot tho pier, way out on the water. Boatbathlng-housat tho end or llfo of ing, bathing and fishing aro recreations that belong to the Blloxl nearly all tho yenr round. Blloxl is not wholly dependent upon tourists. It has nn A Tourist Club is sustained during tho winter month?) population. a colony largely of utlddlo stales northern peoplo who center thoro from to early spring. It is an nttractlvo adjunct to Blloxl yearly from during that time. Nover has tho writer seen moro glorious sunsets or more beuutiful moonlights. Whnt more fascinating than tho silvery Hhcen In the tillwako of a while tnllboat as sho silently glides along. Dor hold may be may bo carrying to bo unloaded at some oyste.-hoiiEed with oysters which sho a mllo or bo uround tho beud of tho bay; or it may bo that with Bchrimp from deeper waters bho is laden. If you happen to bo the next morning, whero tho boat Is being unloaded you will llnd It n process worth seolng. Inside of a long building all is uctlvlty moil women and children are employed b' tho hundreds In opening the oyster shells. Tho oysters aro first dropped Into tubs of water and tho last process is when they aro pluced in cases which aro sealed and neatly labeled und then aro ready for tho marmon-nrchMld-wlnto- r; so o. out-of-domld-wlnler es win tho war by distributing rood cheor and gifts on Chrlstnins evo among tho soldlors from Kentucky, Indiana nnd Illinois stationed nt Camp Zaehnry Taylor In Louisville. Oinrlal cognizance ot his enlistment haH been taken by Maj. Gen. Harry C. Halo commanding officer of tho big camp at Iho faHa of tho Ohio e Illvcr. For Vour Clillri'n CoukIi. ot which Tho Couiler-Journa- l, Here's a pleasant cough syrup that Henry Wutlorson Is editor, has volunteered to act ns Santa Claus In every child likes to take, Dr. Bell's If your child has khaki fo that portion of tho National Army located at tho Louis- a deep hacking cough that worries ville rantonmont and hns given you rIvo him Dr. Bell's tho soothing plno balsams repledgo that every officer and private, lieve tho eoiiRh, loosens tho phlegm renumbering ovor 30,000 men, will ceive a gift. Gen. Halo hns accepted and heal ythe Irritated tissues. Get a at your druggist and the gencrouH offer nnd promised co- bottlo 3 operation In making the Christmas start treatment at once. 2 fie. o celebration n noteworthy and 82 ItHIMlKSHNTATlVKH event In military history. AUK MKTHODISTS unitTho Hartford llopuhllcan has und ed with tho Courier-JournAccording to the Information the olher lending metropolitan and gleaned by tho Temporanco Board of rural newspapers of the three States tho Mcthodlet Episcopal Church, in tho movement and will work for n members of the nro eighty-tw- o splendid representation of this com- there Methodist Church among tho Conmunity in tho effort to remind the gressmen In Houso of Represengallant sons of tho three States that tatives. The the Presbyterians nro next thinking tho folks "back homo" arc the in number, with of them. Episcopalians rank third vth thirty-onprovide for a mammoth The plans while the Baptist aro fourth, Christmas Treo In front of each reg twenty-six- . There nro twenty- nt Camp Zack- - j with imental headquarters s. Congrega-lionalisttwenty four Catholics, iry Taylor on Christmas evo. Friends twenty-on- e of members and relatives" of men stationed at tho Christian Church, seven Luther the camp nre urged to send their ans, four Unitarians, four ot tho by mall or express In caro sifts Dutch Ileform Church, threo Jews of "Santa Claus, Rith Division. Courier-Journa- l, Ky." and two Quakers. There aro ten mem Louisville, with no Church ocnnectlon. Packages should be forwarded early. bers Visitor. caro must bo taken to write Tho Extreme plainly tho namo, company nnd regiment of the man for whom tho gift An Immense warcroom Is Intended. FOR FLETCHER'S In a fireproof building has been enl gaged for the storage of gifts prior to placing them on the trees. 5IHS. KK1 TO.MAILUVK, fiO, If any officer or private has reDANCES HF.KSF.LF TO DEATH ceived no gift Just bctoro Christmas, Fort Yates, N D., Nov. 15. Mrs. presents will bo supplied for him by Bed Tomahawk, wife of tho Indian this modern Santa Claus of tho quill policeman who is said to havo killed and shears. A fund for this purthe famous Sioux chief Sitting Bull, pose Is now being raised by tho danced bcrself to death on tho Standand contributions to it ing Uock Indian reservation, near should be addressed in the same Cannon Ball, according to word remanner as though other gifts are ceived yesterday. Itcports indicatsent. ed fiat Mrs. Tomahawk, about GO On the afternoon before Christmas years of age, participated In an Inrach regimental treo will be iloeor dian dance last Sunday night and ated and wired for electric Illmn'na overoxerted herself. tlon. The gKts will bo hung in place fit supervision of tun under the Joint Clear Away The Waste. newspaper Snnta Claus and the Bowel regularity Is tho secret of ot tho S4th Division. good health, bright eyes, clear com officers Shortly after dusk every man In plexions, aud Dr. King's New Life each regiment will assemblo before lulls aro a mild and gentle laxative his regimental treo. Tho lights will that regulates tho bowels and rebe turned on, the bands will play lieves tho congested Intestines by reand every soldier at Camp Xachary moving the accumulated wastes withTaylor will'step forward as his name out griping., Tako a pill boforo re is called out to find that Santa Claus tiring and that heavy head, that dull has not forgotten him. spring, fever feeling disappears. Get a Dr. King's New Life Pills at your For ! AVeak Stomach. druggist, 25c. i As a general rule all you need to do Is to adopt a diet suited to your Ftonu ljjiati WarnliiR. age nnd occupation and to keep your Washington, Nov. 17. A warning bowels icgulnr. When you feel that to farm loan associations against you hao eaten too much nnd when of private aecbuuting systems constipated, take one of Chamber- was issued today by the federal farm ni loan board. lain's Tablets. a-"Tho farm loan board at WashingTo keep tho rollers and forms on ton has adopted a system ot accounta printing press clean while it is ing and bookkeeping for national running Is tho purporo of a vacuum farm loan associations," said a btate-meu- t, cleaner that has been Invented. "and will require books Und accounts to bo kept strictly in ac(X'rtulu Cure For Croup. cordance with that system, so that Mrs. Hoho Mlddlcton, of Green- any money invested In these patent ville, 111., has had exporienco lu tho schemes will ho lost." treatment of this disease. Sho say3, "Whon my children wore small my son had croup frequently. Chamber lain's Cough ltemedy always broke up theao attacks Immediately, and I was novor without It In the house. I have taken It myself for coughs and m colds with good rosults." -y. to-daun-usu- al al fifty-seven; e; Snntn Claus Is going to 'do his bit." Ho in formally pledged to help burled at tho Brick House burying ground Sunday. Mr. Jnmos Wright, of Horton, Is very 111. Miss Illldrnd Iinrnard, who haa been 111 of chills nnd malaria, is 1m- proving. Masters John Everett and Dills Chlnn, of Ilpaver Dam, Kpont Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. Kenneth Barnard. Mr. Thad Barnard Is recovering from a Bevero attack of typhoid fever. Tho farmers aro very busy gathering corn. BtBJ2iiS63B33fflffi& H8g8sssgsgJsg ICbc sm m'wmr" l mmvM kSSdren Cry for Fletcher's FTi w aS mmn sa m 5 s; mrm fcS? K.! SQSYA! m (7 l&m nirs. $mfi rr.J5k& KS:i.ite KNJ a use for over over --,- ytst?s, Zind You Havo Always Bought, and which has been. 30 years, has borne the signature of -i and has been rnado under his per- ? 4rLjCf&i'7rfTi sonal supervision since its infancy. are but iwipennionts teat trifle with and endanger the health of Infants an.i Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-goo- d" Jl Counterfeits, Imitations nnd t,c4v. AUow no one t0 deceive you in this. Castoria la a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains noithcr Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age h lis guarantee. For more than thirty ycard it has fc:cn ia constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, T7ind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrishness and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. Iho Childrea's Panacea The Mother's Friend. arising-therefrom, What is C ASTORIA GEKUBNS CASTORS A Bears the Signature of A u sT ALWAYS &4j&e S&e&BnP 0S "5 .avay xr jv ' -AY -ft&Wr fjOJ rVO .'7? w"ilG', la Uss For yer The Kind You Wave Always Bought EragggffigragaggasE THE CCNTAUfl COMPANV. HEW VORK CITY. lesrs ii I ll in wii in ii mm - rr Cliil&xen Cry CASTO R A No Money inAdvanco Satiof action Gunr I al fwb P. A. STAIICR PRCSIOENT nntosil t Lowt-HtNo- 1 Fact i-- Prices 'Eufli-.Terms it Saving of SI OO to SrSOO From Fac ory Direct A. It) YOUR OVVii HQFflE Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck T '?.nn for 30 days' free trial. In your home. No cash payment required. All wo ask H tint you will play upon, uso and test tlilt piano for SO days. If, nt the uij of that tlmi.-- , you do not flud it the highest etado, sweetest toned and finest plane in every way, that you havo ever seen for the money, you aro nt perfee liberty to 3end and wo will, In that event, pay the frHght both ways. T. V; Start!; riano must make eood with you, . or there U no sale. Savo 3ISO.0O or Moro Ijasy Paymsnls ?- ptir-cha- so Yen pay nu cash down, but after 33 days Ws thin ilircct to tou from our factoT. Ot of trial, ou can begin puynunt on the low-ca- t, rtlccs Unt save you upward? ot $150.1 0 ir iio 'tur.ii:!j easiest tenni cvtr oucsteJ by a piano j cost ot jour plana. We CJjranlcc to J jou a b"ttcr piauo for the money tlian jou can ru.imifaeturer. Tliee terms are arranged to r.u'.t your convent nee, and It is )ossible for j iKCiire rlulicre. ccjurnl of rcv;ittn? You or. you tn buy a pijno for your home, without j a sstt.factorjr tv;ct tont-- t durable high srad . , j piano. rr.Us'B lie money. 'JR.Veav CuovoniaA l -- . icfc v. - . j.-.- w Every Starck Tiano It Starck 1'hyer-I'Iinpui-anttc".Vo have constantly on hand 1 1ho l.pt ami mniit bcautt for 25 yean. his tuck lanse numVt ut jIIWI." use I 3 lul 1'I'vcr P!3!i wj uis Tin. nanos of All and second-hanot It our 35 yean of piano t'ou v,iu uq tnarret. anl "f Porundard makes Uktii In with the many ex!' tation of on fcr new Starrk I'ianos clusive (fat men of tliceo "The follow-- j !ii 1'VycM'uuos. rponibo pUno bocso. wonderful instruments, and Ins arc a fev7 sample will le pleased with the 00 Frso very low prices at which wecer ?iio.oo thty can be secured, q Lessens Stcinway 92.00 : j' w jtcac'i r i fusla r- Td cery purchaser of Btarclt I'iinos, vie give free music lessons. In rnc of the best knorn schools in Chicago. These Ussuns you can take in your own home, by mall. This represents one years free Instruction. Chickering Kimball Starck Send for our Second-Lan- 00 03 95.00 105.00 Piano Book Free litest complete bargain list. Smd today for our new beautifully illustrated plana book which trives you a IarceNsmount of Informi. tlon regarding pianos. This book will Interest and please you. AWIte today, P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1813 Starck BldjJ.. CHICAGO fr m mmm "I was all run down and 5 Yon Ca n Be Whatever! To Be I o--o ItlCKHTS. J. Bunynn Wells left for Akron, Ohio, Saturday, to join her husband, who Is cmployod there. Miss Mamlo Lee Porter spent Sun- -' day night with Miss Artio Hoov-- I Mrs. er, Mr. Halllo B. Monroe filled his reg; Restored to Health by Lydia E.Finkham'3 Vegetable Compound. Enhnut, Pn. weak inwardly. Yoa want You can bo a success, and a big suecesspif you havo I had femnlo There aro homes for tho workers and their families who Uvo near tho plants or oyster factories. There Is also a Settlement Houso uot far away with beautiful troea about It,' with kindergarten and playgrounds for tho chlldron, who nre thus cared for wlillo their mothers aro at work at the oyster houses. Tho season Is Short and consequently tho earnings aro for only a short tlmo of tho year. Again and nguln from tho cold rigid winters of the north wo ahull seek tho ehoro of Beuutiful Blloxl and perhaps now und thon for a respite In tho summer, also. So when you make up your route for trips South heiicnforth, wo advlso you by all means to Include Blloxl or Ocean Springs. Carlylo Porter, Thcfo nro two of tho popular und attractive' roeorls on tho beuutiful Cult CoA.t ami tcacuod by tho modern qtoel imssoticor tralno of tho ket. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD ' often havo crying spells und feel as ir I was not safe. If bo I heard nnyone coming: 1 would run and lock tho door so they Dr. Baxter, of Heudorson, Is would not sco me. bla fnmlly near Beaver Dam. I tried several doctors and they did not Miss Flora Mooro spoilt Satur said day night nnd Sunday with her sis gfUJSjLJVJSm help "lg,BU I ,oum to .Ef g" ter. Mr. Itoy BlnnkensUlp. near Lib-- 1 wll, t0 di(j ' rtJ'. .mo.' Sho got mo one of your fittlo Mr. Ullti tJurt'ii, who nun mitvii i uiwm uiiu hijt uusuuiiu tam i siiuum try I Btonpetl tho doctor o n hospital in Loutsvlllo about two ona bottle. medicine nnd took Lydia E. Pinkham'a auo, is liiiprovlnrj. weeks Vegetable Compound. It soon mado a Mr. John Ulttck spoilt Saturday chanpo in xno und now 1 am stronif and work." nislit ami Sunday with Mr. Martin do oil my Hox SO, Mrs. Auuustus UAL'gkkan, Enhr.ut, Pa. Thompson, at Horton. Wiiy "' women continue to rjlTer bogan at Mt. day in. A protracted nicotine ' ly, i itnnddrujroutar Iiulf-h- . . 'Aon Monday night. Autenco, niiadlti, tliiX.3- j joy of livlnc, v .. n they Miss Artio lloovqr vlsltod her sis-ta- r, fourtb. qan f- lniih in Lydia 'li, Pibkhum'o Mrs. Sholloy Patton, of Sunny-dal- Ypi" "wiunJiV from Tuesday till iteturdny. ..'-- f fcw oonAiWiitiftl md' Iltek-or- y Mtas 8nal Sorrl. of near here Sunday. A ular appointment at Sunday school pro-pre- nnd nervous feclincrs und my head bothered me. I would troubles protracted meeting Is In at Concord, and thero will a baptising there Sunday. ss AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A. Business Education is tho chief requisite Crt tr tYitii ji nr kitca rPlii Jtfo iiiuii rif tlotT nlmnjt uritli- a. itv lux ui titii. vv4 rwioc iMihj qut excoption are tho men who prepared yesterday. We prepare you for the position that are wuithig for the prepared man or woman. School lu session the entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and l V V? lrtl tuuiuu mill' vIb-Itl- ,. t i receive prupui uiuBiiiwuiiuti, 18 wis B (Incorporated) ii flf Ul o, OWENSBORO, KY. , si S4-- rb'.v Hk t''.p1 Battirdy rJ " t - 0't99'0sat4'ft4MVv4( Hartford Republican. Published Weekly by JMlRTFORD B. B. PRINTING COMPANY W. S.TINSLEY. Scc.-Trea- Incorporated a. SMITH, President Kdllor JOHN HKNIIV THOMAS TINSLKY, Associate Editor ,W. and llusinoss Manager. Recording t In" nt ibo rmtiim lord. Ky in mall mnttrr ul lh mrtn- coarse, a coraplcto 'Republican, Is ,and final awor to tho Hcrald'i 'mouthlngs. Who tho President of tho llorsld Company got back to .Washington ho was, no doubt, called ' upon to account Tor tho moss ho made of tho Ohio county election, and perhaps wo should charitably Indulge him whatever little consolation ho can get out of a Ultlo nasty Journal-Isr.i- . Wo let tho Court or. Appeals close the controversy. I WAR TALKS By UNCLE DAN Number Tliroe How War Methods Have r lc 3Q 3G 3E HE Tl ; dianaed Everybody Must Help. "Hello, Uncle Dan, Jlmmle nnd I have been waiting for you." "Sorry If I havo kept you long." said Uncle Dan. "Votir mother has been telling me how bashful I used to be. She suld If it girl spoke to me I would blush to my hair roots. Well, I reminded her of the time your father first came to hcu her and the Joko wo plnjed on them, so I guess that will bold her for n while." Continuing, Uncle Dnn said: "You wnnt to talk more about the war, do you? Well, wnr methods have undergone mnuy changes and they nre still chunglng. No two wars nre fought alike. In early times, the weapons were stoDcs, clubs, spears, bows and arrows, swords, etc. In this kind of warfare, victory wus with the strong right nrin. Alcn of enormous size nnd strength were the great warriors. The Invcn-- I tlon of gunpowder, however, has changed all this. It has ennbled men to kill one nnuther nt n considerable distance, and do It wholesale. The war, as we know It now, Is n comblnn-tlon of chemicals, machinery, innthe-- j mutlcal calculations nnd highly trained men. Just think of It I Airplanes, submarines, armored tanks, or enter-- j pillars, poison gases, and curtnins of fire are all ucd for the first time In this wnr; nnd they nre destructive be yond anything heretofore kuown. "The methods followed by the kaiser and his allies are simply devilish. He mnt answer In history to the killing of thousands of Innocent women nnd children. He has broken every International law and every rule of warfare; he has bombnrded hospitals and undefended cities, sunk Red Cross fillips on errands of mercy; he has destroyed cathedrals and priceless treasures of art that ran never be replaced; he has made slaves of his prisoners: he has tried to get us Into war with Japan : his emnilsarles have blown up our ships, burned our factories nnd Jlred our forests. He knows no mercy or honor. The most charitable view tyrant to take of this blood-thirstTs that he Is crazy. "One thing Is certnln," continued Uncle D.in. with great emphasis, "Our liberty, the safety of our homes nnd our country, and the security of the world demand the speedy and absolute overthrow of the kaiser and 'ruhlng out once and forever the reign of Prnsinn brutality." "now about the German people," Mid ISlllle. "The splendid Uncle Dan replied: Oermun people were happy, thrifty, prosperous nnd contented. They have been tricked Into war nnd made to suffer the tortures of tho damned; they have been cruelly nnd systematic-hll- y deceived. Ood grant that the real facts may get to them, and If they do, Lord help the kaiser!" "Of course the allies will win," said Mrs. Graham. "Probably so." said Uncle Dnn. "Ilut If we ure to win. we must go the limit. We must check the nwful destruction to shipping by the German submarines, or we may not be nhle to get food and supplies to our own men und to our allies; we must also put hundreds of thousands, nnd perhnp? millions, of s soldiers In the bnttle line. e "Food Is the first consideration," Dun continued. "No army can hold out ugalnst hunger. It has been snld that food will win tho war, nnd this Is largely true. Hence the Importance of the farm in the war plans of our country." Sirs. Grahnm Interrupted by saying: "In view of the Importance of farming, don't you think, Daniel, that the farmers ought to be exempted from war service?" "No, a thousand times no," snld Uncle Dan, striking the tuble so liurd to emphasize his protest that he tipped over u vase of flowers. "We must have no class legislation. The duty to rcrve Is the common duty of all, and no class must be relieved of this obligation. The question of exemption must be a pergonal ono nnd decided by tho facts surrounding cuch case. In no other way can wo havo a squnro deal, and to Insure this, It Is the duty of congress to pass immediately the Ctiumberlnln bill, or some such measure, which Is fair to nil classes. It would settlo all these questions and do it fairly. Safety now und safety hereafter demands such legislation, und let mo suggest that you and your friends get busy with your congressman und senators und urge them to prompt action. "It Is tlmo for us to realize that we aro not living iu u fools' purudise; Unit this great country of ours cost oceans of blood and treasure nnd It Is only due to tho loyalty, sacrifice und service of our forefuthcrs thnt we have a country, und It Is our highest duty to preserve It unimpaired und pnss it on to postetity, no mutter what the cost may be. Our citizenship nnd their ancestors enmo from all parts of tho world to mako this country a homo find enjoy Its blessings und opportu-- 1 nltles; heuce, In tho crisis before us, It Is tho duty of everyone to stand squarely back of our country nnd bo prepared to defend the flag. Kvery- ono In this crisis Is either or pWfjernutii, Great us the country M. thero is nut room enough for two tlntfa.' 1 y first-clasUn-.cl- More f U?C4lfLI connec- Tho Hartford Herald hat something to nay about, "Such a pity that an all thoso eloquent speeches in Haytl. ilAM, heart to heart talks, and thoso promto ises of fln school bnildlngs, etc," Address all communications , JThe Hartford Republican. but wo arc not sure whether It Is criticising iU Superintendent of , NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS nov Schools, or roforrlng to ns Ropubll-the tsurieiit to MnlxitrlbcTK dwlrln certainly was some enns. There J.lw mmt Kl the old aiMrvmi In nmklntf th- promise of school houses, as tho con- - i ie.CMt. tract was let boforo and canceled at- -' Bneiuess I.oenln nnd Natlrr 10c rer Hot and ter the olectlon, Thero was also er lino tor oeo uddltlonHl OUttunrlM, ltwolatlonn nnd Cnrd of Tlnnt,G some oloqucnl speeches delivered by line, wont'j In inlvnnrn. a certain dcop voiced Democratic Cliurch Notice" tor (errloM fiw. bat otliei candidate to tho Hayti Sunday) ldTcrtlKementH, te T line. omiunl.ntlonii will recelfe no Schools just beroro tho election. If, (Lionyroos ttontlon tho Herald will have more specific, instances we shall he pleased to fur- -' xsi3r,3iciTas.o. Coombs, 2.S3 nish them. Quiet llro. Svxra'berlm.nA CO j quiet on tho negro question. tH - Just received from our New York ' I & j tions. Cloaks are one of the scarcest commodities on the New York market. Nothing but the persistent efforts of our representative and our big outlet enabled us to get a big shipment for our four stores. : I j ro.xra.azn' These Right-Up-tc-The-Min- ute Garments J FRIDAY THE COVPT NOYHMDKR 23 j I P APPEAL KX. DECIS- - an, Wo have no desire election controTcrslty that unfortu-- ! natcly engendered sorao warmth of( feollnE. but the action of County In refusing to lork Blankcnshlp place the names of the Democratic candidates on tho ballot becauso they had failed to filo their certificates of nomination, as required by law, has resulted iu so much misrepresentation that wo reproduco iu full this week the opinion of the Court of Appeals, upholding Mr. Ulankensklp's action. Every energy of tho American Common fairness demanded that winhave peoplo should bo devoted toward our Democratic friends should ning thu war, but at the same time acknowledged In the beginning that we must not lose sight of the fact their falluro to get on the ballot was the daily life of the nation duo to their own negligence in not that atthey elect- should receive its accustomed flllug their certificates, but tention. The moral and ethical deed to go to the peoplo with a cry of not Republican trickery, and aroused velopment of our people should . ,. . bo neglected. unjustly mucn unnecessary uuter- ' toss In the minds of tho people. As When the National Turitr Conn result of this eltmsy, effort of tho gress, in session at Louisville, adoptDemocratic Icadors to calumniate Mr. ed a resolution to send tho soldier l;lankcnshlp and the Republican par- boys a box of candy instead of tobacty Iu order to cover up their own co, it must havu been under the imjjtupld blunder muny Republicans out pression that Undo Sam was running in the county were confused in regard Kindergartens in his army camps. lo tho issue, and in some instances, actually believed that the Republi- -' Judge Settlo dissented, eh? Did cane were in some way responsible tho dissenting judge rush immediatefor it. Fortunately for the indica- ly to tho telegraph olllce anil wire the tion of tho Republican, and the re- Herald's crowd that ho had dissentbuke of tho Democratic lrailors, a ed? And isn't the dissenting judge Democratic Court of Appeals, just a candidate in this district for thrco days before tho election, to the Appellate Court. , an opinion, defining in minute We did not say the Democratic Oetail, Clerk Ulankcnship's duty in confirm- - candidates did not have sense enough tho matter, unreservedly to gel on the ballot. In fact. Dud ing his action. every citizen of the Dennett did have tense enough to We Invito rowdy to read the opinion in full, have' gotten on, but for tho legal Igand tee for himself upon whom tho norance of the President of tho HartWamo should fall for the falluro of ford Herald Publishing Co. tho Democratic candidates to get t Will the Herald kindly advise us i their names on tho ballot. If its Superintendent of Schoolh.Just If tho present conditions continue before tho election, let a contract for Haytl, tho election of a Republican United building a now school house in anil Immediately after tha election States Senator in Kentucky next year is as certain as any future event cancelled the contract? of any memcan be. Tho If tho Cowl of Appeals were to ber of either house of Congress, at punish the Hartford Herald for tho the next eloction Is uncortnln, but full mcasuro of that paper's conSenator James case is peculiarly tempt for that high tribunal. It would feeling will erltlcal. Tho anti-wa- r involve a fine of a billion dollars and effect him, along with other memforty centuries In jail. bers of Congress, and his voto against prohibition amendu nation-wld- o Havo you sent your dear boy In ment will weaken him with the dry tho army camp a letter from homo Democrats. If his reported recent in tho form of a subscription to his break with tho Stanley-DistilleNo other favor at homo paper? crowd is true, and thero seems to bo such a trifling cost would be quite so renson to believe It is, tho Stanley welcome. machine will move heaven and earth to defeat him, either in tho primary Tho world Is rarely shocked now or at tho final election. Under these by news of Turkish outrages on Arcircumstances tho Republicans are menian christians, but it Is. only beconfronted with tho problem of plac- cause there aro no Armonlan chrising in tho field a candldato fitted lo tians left to outrage. ervo in tho uppor house of tho naThe editor of this paper la Indebttional Congress. .No mistake must bo made. Tho problem should be ed to Mr. ami Mrs. M. 'I. Heavrln for met iu a manner to honor both tho a very pleasant automobllo ttrp to party and thotnte. No adventurors Matanzas Sunday afternoon. should be conslderoru. Tho aspiraKcrcnsky teems to havo boon a tion of tho petty politician and tho Ignored. kind of W. S. Taylor sort of Governnotoriety hunter must bo The number of men fitted for tho or. task Is not numerous. Wo shall not Thero will be a big sensation in nt.sumo to point tho way, but to our arrives, name hull when tho Kaiuor point of view thero Is but ono to be considered fur this high posiThe Higher Ivitv. tion. "Your case would havo been Still Mimrtlng undor tho sting of stronger, Mr. WcGuIro," said tho lawtho stupid blunder of tho Democrat-- 1 yer, "It yon bad acted only on tho ic leaders In failing to get tho names dufetiBlvo. lint you struck first. If of tho Democratic ticket on tho bat-- j you had lut him striko you first you lot at tho recnt eloction, tho Hart- would havo had tho law on your ford Herald this weok, In a string of sldo." "Yos," said McGuiro, "Ol'd havo long dlstume editorials, displays a warmth of ill temper and a wealth had tho law on my sldo, but Ol'd havo i of bad tasto that discredits tho news- had him on me roe stomach." Chi- paper profession. Wo must decline f"o Hnlly Nows. further wrt in a oontrovorsy where -- jolitmy. ou wouldn't i trrsponlblo and rontmntlM i' ti!rd 1b. Thu opinion o b Cnnrt n' AwptKwV'k n wv 4 -- blLU iu full tn tUU hbu ul T I The Looso Leaf Tobacco Warehouses will open at Owcnsboro December :, and If the season favors, a heavy volumo of tobacco will bo on sale at tho opening. Thoro seems to be a scramble on for the product, and regular dealers anil speculators will probably develop the warmest contest ever waged on tho Owensboro market for tho ownership of tobacco. We do not feel capable of advising the farmers In tho matter of when or at what price to sell, but after a careful reading of conditions of tho market, wo do not believe the farmer stands to lose who defers his salo until market conditions thoroughly develops. I I ; HI are'jon our racks, and every customer who pPifr secures one of these brand new cloaks can consider themselves lucky. Don't let another day pass without making your selection. SlSliEtetays will be dangerous and expensive the j!f latterpart of the season. Prices range. O-Sl- i Inli'lllt - $1 2.50, $1 5.00, $1 7.50, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00 111 t ... j Beaver Dam, Ky. .1 II j llbJ1 STRAY ,.JE HANK OK II.MlTKOKIl ' STREAKS. Kcporl of the CtiLdltioit cf The Doing butlness nt tho town of Hartford, County of Ohio, Stato of Kentucky, at thu close of business on 17th day of November 1917. lf3IF' Keport of tun Condition of Tho ROCKPORT DEPOSIT HANK Doing bURiuefs at tho town of Rock- port, County of Ohio, State of Kentucky, nt tho chwo of huslnuM on 1 7th day of November. 1917. RESOURCES. Discounts . . . J:H,39t.0 Overdrafts, pccurcd and unsecured 143.12 Stocks, Honds and other ;. Securities 3.800.M Due from Ranks 14,23C.24 Cn3h on hand fi,583.S Ranking House, Furniture' and Fixtures 4.5M.CI Other Asset not Included under nny of above heads 240. 76 Ixinnn and (Dy Fluke McFluke.) I Tliat's Knoilgh. Apologies to John Hcnr about this frocdom-of-tho-sca- ) s How rcn-tier- rs proposition? "I don't profess RESOURCES. to know all about it, "rejolnol Loans and Discounts . . . J2I3.2SC.91 Thomas. "If I can keep track of all Overdrafts, secured and the regulations that apply to street unsecured 2.CC1.23 I am doing blamed well." crossings Stocks, IIoiiiIh and other Serurltlrs 3,230.00 After the editor of tho HerDuo from Hanks HS.My.or, ald and former editor of this sheet ,464.JS registered so many kicks concern- Cash on hand Hanking llnute, Furni- ing tho Insufficient and awful slowturo and Fixtures. . . . 4, GOO. 00 ness of our train service along comes the main squeezo on this paper, (J. Total J288.C82.17 II. T.) and misses tho only train l.IAIIIMTIES. moved over tho M. H. A E. on last j Capital Stock paid in, tn Saturday, and John had 3 hours and cash 40,000. 0 5D minutes In which to catch it Surplus Fund 30,000.00 too. Undivided Profits,' Icsh expenses taxox and Aeido from tho man who had typaid 131.32 phoid and suffered a relapse and negroes, who left tho train, Deposits subject tho two to check. .. . 5130.262.12 went up to Schlcmmer's Ilakery to Depos-Ht- s got left and J. II. II. Tlmo get a lunch and $ 98.2CH.73 22S.r,2.fsri Carson, who got left at Madlsonvlllo, Unpaid Dividends 24.00 Is tho only man on once, Thomas record who ever missed a train on Total m,GS2.17 tho M. II. & i;. J . I ! JC3.099.42 L1AI1ILITIES. Capital Stock paid In, 1m cash J1S.000.V1 Surplus Fund 5,000.0 Undivided Profits, loss ex- pen.ses and taxes paid. . 1,239.21) Deposits subject to check J31.t3G.4J Tiino Deposits. J 10.05C. 19 Cashier's chucks outstanding ..J 3C7.CS 41.8S9.2? Total State of Kentucky) )Sct. County of Ohio ) We. A. D. Pari; nnd J. I. Hoslekr President nnd Cashier of tho above-nameRank, do solemnly swear that tho above btatetnont Is truo to of kuowledgo and belief. A. D. PARK. President. JAS. I. HOSICK, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to boforo m this 21st day of Nov., 1917. My Commission Expires Aug. 23, 1921 It. M. REII), Notary Public, irrcct Attest: JAS. I. HOSICK, A. I). PARK, MRS. '.. HARREL, Directors d tb-be- Total 4' Speaking of tho above incident, tho two negroes hired a Ford truck and overtook tho train at Center- town, or rather were thero waiting for tho cars when they pulled In, but in Carson's caso ho hired a horse and buggy and overhauled tho train about two or three miles this sldo Thomas Just curlof Madlsonville. ed up and let tho train make a clean get-awa- State of Kentucky) )Sct. County of Ohio ) We, J. W. Ford and C. O. Hunter, Prosidont nnd Caehicr of tho above named Hank, do solemnly swear that tho above statement Is true to tha host of our knowledge nnd belief. J. W. FORD, President. 0. O. HUNTER, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to bufor; me this 22nii day of November, 1317. My Commission Expires Fob. 11th, 19 IS. MARGARET MARKS, I Notary Public. i Correct Attest: I I I i j JC3.099.42. o-- Doc Spot says when a man gits lidtior those days ho has to make an affidavit that tho stuff Is for personal use and ho will ho doggon if he violates his oath by giving any fellow a drap. Ernest Ulrkhcnd says Snot Is entirely too old to commonce pulling, that G. Washington stuff now, but Ulrk couldn't urguo the uo: outcu It no way ho could fix it. j ROWAN HOM1ROOK, It. E. EEE SIMMERMAN, Directors. NOTICE. ' WANTKD ZVt ozs. butter to use In popcorn roastor during noxt 10 or Makes no difference If tho 15 days. butter Is a bit stout, 'twill only go further, as tho weak glvos out boforo tho strong, you know. aiti-woK- P ' F.'-'- ' ' i 'o -- Dr. Freil'K. Rood, of Ixmlsvllle, is For Salo or Trade. Ono 10 h. p., j. i. Caso KiigIuo, alW. E. Kills & Uro., will pay the now located iu Haul; RtilMlng, Ky., rwrty to do all kinds of io well d'HHf u outfit and ono com--- -. hichoat market prlciw for Rabbits, -p r- ucons, ,T- ,i Vour ttrntli nud""i d .' " TiMk.v3 and all kind af ... Uud. " 2, u!cUv im;,, Ky. ' Mc-llon- ami Turkeys Wanted. Rabbits a whims. After October I, 11117, I will bo In a tho ofllco of Dr. A. II. Riley from 1:00 Turkeys Wanted. p. in. to 1:00 p. in., and In my ofllco Will pay 20 conts per pound, nnd over Williams Drug Store from 0:00 mora if tho mnrkot will porinlt. Will a. iu., to 12:00 noon. nlso pay markot prlco for chickens, 14 tf DR. K. K. PENDLETON. geoso, duclta nnd guineas. m American Ass'n., DENTAL AVOIUv. S. h. King, Manugor.. -it "'. tioi-bV-- f!t-- Vm.A jbwji. 2X& . tu. j.. i 'Y New Clothing! We have just received some of the "smart" things in Suits and Overcoats styles that are right up for young-meto the minute. These materials, trimmings, stylus, etc., cannot be surpassed. No young man can afford to go without a suit when you can find in our store a combination of everything that isGet the French model Suit and Overcoat sought by young men everyup-to-da- If yon want to buy or sell a farm, services were conducted at the grave I n homo, a nawmlll or a shot gun, nd- - by Rev. R. D. Ilennett. vertlr.o It In the Hartford Republican, Mr, Homer L. Hnff, son of Mr. Rnnio Martin bad a fall from his Chnrllo Huff, of Sulphur 3prlngs,who barn loft a few tiny ago nnil a pain- Is a member of the Tulsa, O Idaho-inAmbulance Corpse, railed for ful injury to bin right shoulder re Franco October the 20, according to suited. nd vices ricetvi'd by nls parents last week. Mm. Etta Thomas Davis, of Ixiuls-vlllarrived lioro Wednesday for a TUHKKYK WANTKD Will pay few days visit with relatives and highest market prico for turkeys. friend. and up. Can handta Must vreigh Mr. 74111ft Sandcfur and daughter, all that you can bring ns. Hrlng your MIrh Connlo, our alucd correspond-eti- t, turkeys to us for bi't prices. Ass'n., American of Uald Knob, were in town S. 1.. KINO, Mgr. Monday. n, c, 9 Select Your I Winter Shoes From Our Stock! 2 in Mm. 3. 81. Kvcrlcy, of tho Wal- ton's Crook neighborhood, died terday, after a brief Illness of yespueu-monln. te. where. Complete line of Brown English walker Shoes. The newest in young men's Hats, in plain or scratch felt. Latest style Caps in plain or fancies. Macinaw Coats in all the late plaids. e, Ties and Select line of Collars. Young man, when considering your winter togery, think of us. Spend your CASH at home, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. Half-Hos-. Winter means cold, rain, snow, Blush and ice. Wet feet at this time Mm. O. n. Bosket, a highly respected cltlren of Centertown, died Monof the year may cause a severe cold, or worse. 5j$ day, after a few days illness of pneuSugar Is getting scarce and it will 2 To protect your health, and the health of your monia. be only a short time before wc will rmnrX ano w it "Wc F fnmilv vnn M.awi.... uww in .v flint, tmnr alinnti lll. Shcrirf 8. O. Kiown and deputies, have to limit our customers. v..lv jvll. U1SV0 nm fjJJ.j J v.. irnlrl ft Mrs. Keown and Mils Harriet Flener. now have plenty of sugar on hand, solid leather. Substitutes for leather, like "paper" made an offlclal trip I Bnfere Fri- and wf suggest that our stockholders come and get theirs while we have it. & fiber board, etc., (used in many shoes,) do not give day ovcnlng. Belter be safe than sorry. 9 Abs'b., American John Dobbs, a eaamcUr well ftl proper protection in bad weather. S. L. King, Manager. known in the Roslne eotnmnnlty for You take no chances in buying our ''STAR many years, died at Hie noerheuse Mrs. R. R. Wedding, who has kern a few days ago. BRAND" Shoes, for every pair, no matter what the in Owensboro for seme time under Lum Icleheart same treatment by Dr. Hoover, returned S price may be, is made of GOOD DURABLE LEATH- Lieutenant down from Camp Taylor to attend the home Saturday somewhat improved. When j on get ready for that Roofing, send your order to Fordsvlllc Planing Mill Company, who carry u largo stock of good, reliable comporubber roofing. They will sition gladly furnish samples, upon re quest. iW .....1 ft ft INTER is coming. ft1 J M 9 41 9 ft) It was eypected that Mrs. Wedding would undergo an operation while in Ovmsboro, but Dr. Hoover decided a Mr. and Mrs. James Sandcfur, "of to continue jifcdidal- treatment Chicago, are hero the guests of Mr. while longer with a hope of correct-in- n parents, Attorney and the malady without the IntervenBandofnr's tion of the knife. Mrs. J. I. Sandofar. burial of his llttlo cousin, Sasan Sunday. y, a s ER no "paper" or other substitutes in any part of them. They are just the kind of good, honest Bhoes, you need for winter. We have a large stock for men, women and chil- dren. Best grade, Stronger Than The Law, for men 9 5 2 J . On the account of tho scarcity of Mr autl Mrs. J. P. Hobgood, of Chicago. III., were guests of Jndge wheat and the government having Bland Mrs. J 1'. Samlcfur Monday and fixed the prices on flour and mill feeds as to not mako it proGlablo to Tuesday, of this week. run a htnall mill, The Ellis Milling Rcr. Chester Stevons aad ittllc Company, wilt discontinuo business son, Kverclt, of Harlan, Ky., are vis after Dccemfjor 1, 1917. W.K.Ellis iting Ucv. Stevens' mother, Mm. & Dro., will exchange Flour, Rran and ShipstuIT for wheat on tbo same Laura Stevens, this week. bnsls .is did tho Ellis Milling Co. The difficulty arising In the mat- Tho same grades of flour, namely, 21t4 ter of right of vf ay having been final- Eureka and Swans Down. ly udjustod, work is proceeding en the plka north of town. ft ft $4.75. TAXES! ft I jdklSEii S rt U tSkrn SlKivl u ?JmU SK 39 M K3 Sw 'HMSSirh'mifr I Uio Scliroclrr Ktndln Don't will clono on or before TJrccmbcr 20. Take ariiaiituffo of jour first cliancc 80HROKTKK. and come. fai-Rc- t Mr. Geo. Twcddell, of Evansvlllc, Iud., after spending a fow days tho 1, 6 per cent penalty and Kurcka and Swansdown Flour for guost of I. I). Twcddoll, Nocrcek, re6 per cent interest will be J 12.50 per barrel at W. E ELMS & turned to his homo on Monday. URO'S. 19tl added to all unpaid tax, KOTWMBKft S3 FRIDAY, Attornoy Ernest Woodward has Attorney W. II. Uarnc was in accepted service with the L. & N. with additional cost of adKraukfort on legal business the first Railroad Company, at their Louis.M BT. L. R. It. TIME TAIIIiE. L.. II. vertising. tho week. ville ofTicos and has moved bis famNo. 113 duo at Ellraltch 8:32 p. m. of Office open evily to that city. No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. I Twenty-nin- e converts were baptisHo. 112 Lv. Ellmltch ... 3:48 p.m. ery night till 10 o'clock. 5:36 p.m. ed in Rough river at Combs' Ford Ar. Irvlngton John II. Thomaa, of Tho RepubSdnday. S. 0. KEOWN, Sheriff. Lv. Irvlngton ... 6:56 p.m. lican, wont to Louisville, on Wede nesday, to spend a fow days with his" Ar. Loulsvilla . 7:40 p.m. Mrs. E. II. I'endieton, who has been o. family, who aro for the present re Lv. Louisville ... 8:35 a.m. KA1K VIEW. seriously ill for several days, is Im- siding in that city. Ar. Irvlngton ...10:0C a. m. Our farmers aro taking advantage proiiug. LY. Irvingtoa ...10:40 a.m. of tho fine weather to gather their 1:04 p. in. Ar. Ellmltcli Tho ladica of tho Mothodist church corn. Mrs. John U. Wilson returned SunM., H. & i:. U. R. TIME TAULK. Mm. Maggie Drown died last Friday from a visit with relatives at will glvo a Ilazar in tho basement of South Round, No. 115 tho church on December Cth. No- day, and was buried Saturday at the 0:05 a. . Prentiss. Duo at Hartford tions nnd fancy work of various kinds Heavriu burying ground. North Hound, No. 114 Mr. Charlie Christian ia very low Mr. Vascoo Atherton, of Routo 1, will bo 011 aalo, on this date only. 6.45 p. m. Duo at Hartford of cancer, and U is thought ho can I.lvcrmore, was a caller at this olllce (HotU "Mixed" TraiiiB.) Six big Specials Saturday at Iler's not live many days. n Monday. Grocery. Re sure to como in before Mrs. Ola Wilson is at Olaton waityou buy. Will pay 40c dozen for ing on her brother's crlldren, three Mr- - w- - K- - Krown ana son, 01 uie ' wero in eggs and 35c pound for GOOD yellow of whom havo pneumonia fovor. One Matanzns neighborhood, ILER'S GROCERY. of them has typhoid complication. butter. town yesterday. 1 Personal News .1 Rev. Nettor Miller preached at Mr. Oscar Hishop, of Mlddlesboro, Cano Run Church and at Fair View Mr- - ,Iuch Glsl lias PurcIia8Cl1 lll ! RuprirC anrl Qnninl UUDULOi 2 residence property of Mr. Clevo Rax- - Kv Is visiting friends In Ohio coun- school house Saturday night and Sun-naflUU OUblUI ty this week. Mr. Rlshop is a forley at Sunudnle. Mr. Emmet Faught lost a Cno mulo mer Contortown boy, and was ofDco Visit tho Ilazar at tho Methodist deputy under County Court Clerk, one night last week. Rev. Mooro, of Reaver Dam, D. M. Hocker. Boo Eck Rial for Kindling Wood, church on December Cth for jour preached at Salem church Sunday Christmas picseuts. Mr. T. Wado Stratton and family, evening, after which a number of tho Mr.. YV. S. Tinsley was In Louisville-Monday. Mrs. John Carter, of Louisville, of Routo 5, Hartford, havo moved to young people made a pleasant trip visited her sister, Miss Coia Maples, Cromwell where Mr. Strntton has a to Horse Rrauch. Messrs. J. G. Wllsou and Frank position with Keown ft Westorflold, wero of noar town, last week. lion. C. M. Crowo aud wifo vho aro making a purchase of tobac- Allen went to Hartford Monday. in Owensboro Wednesday. Mr. Philo Duncan has bought a County Farm Agent W. W. Rrow-dor- , co ut that place. new wagon. ' Is in Lexington attending a meetYour Christinas gift! Why not e Maplo ft China, tho restaurant ing of County Farm Agents. portrait by Schrootor".' Jur RAL1 KNOR. men, keep cnndlos, cigars and tobacFarmers in this neighborhood have Mr. Croakloy Taylor, of Whites- - co, as woll as toothsome things to Evorvthlnir now. neat aud clean at Ivlllo, visited his Bister, Mrs. Howard satisfy that nppetlto of yours. Glvo been very busy gathering corn durMaple ft Culmi's Restaurant. them 0110 trial and you aro certain ing tho past pretty weather. Ellis, tuo una or tno wook. Miss Marie Smith visited her aunt, to go back again. Mrs. Laura Stovous ntteudod the Mrs. Roy Stewart and family at Tay Mr. Clinton 8. Howe, of tho Cenllnptlet Association at Taducah. Mrs. R. T. Collins went to Louis- lor Mines last week. tertown neighborhood, was In town Mrs. S. M. Taylor spent tho 18th ville Sunday to moot her husbnnd. dangerously 111 Wednesday on legal business. Mr. V. M. Allen is with Mrs. J. M. Taylor. Mr. Collins, who travels for tho pneumonia at his homo at Contcr-tow- n. of Misses Ivy and Josio Johnson and Powder Company, was on bi3 Mr. nnd Mrs. Gcorgo Rrunton, of Reaver Dam, wero visitors with Dr. way homo for a fow days visit with Messrs. Hurl) Smith, Urbln Miller, his family here, and arrived Tues-du- Garthan Sandcfur und Nerval Leach Mr. Sylvestor Ramos Is quite ill of and Mrs. J. R. Tappan Sunday wero callers of MIbscs Connie and pnoumonin ut hU homo near Center-tow- n. Mao Sandcfur on the 18th. Wo havo good assortment of Light Mrs. W. T. Taylor, who has been Just arrived all new Jumbo Hnrdwaro that wo aro closing out Picklert, Macaroni, Spaghetti, Seeded on tho sick list for somo time, is imfor REAL cheap. ILER'S GROCERY. See W. E. ELLIS & RRO. Ralblns, Oatmeal, Crushed and Flako proving. I'rlcwj halo ties aud poultry wire. We woio vory sorry to hear of the Superintondout-olec- t E. S. Howard Hominy, Clioeso, and ail kinds of Can 19t4 ri,lti and wifo left jestcrday for a visit Goods, and tho can goods by the cas death of Mrs. A. Havens, at Croat-we- ll last wook, aro lebs thun wholesale prices. Messrs. Ed Herkley anel Heary with relutlves at Duuias, Arkaiibas. Mr. Johuulo Hughes and sister, ILER'S GROCERY. wero in town Twes- - They will bo gone auout two wookb. Owen, of Olnton, Misa Momi, of Taylor Mlucs, visited dnv. , ...... uaYH tuuuy n- -i 1 daughter Mr. Sop Williams and family Satur-'Will uiw), Lfiuutc- Susan Ann, '.I"' t and Ejunday. McMurtry, a furmor llvlnt; X HUdAR Wo will havo sugar next rios, Oranges, llananas, New Cocoa- of Mr. Sam ... dlph- prico will bo S?a25 uutg. lu fact, most un thing ou orm near to..o. dlil Friday nlsht of wsoU und tho '.B I 'V tire. up 011 high Pnd In an m don't load ILLl.'B CUOCERY. ior. ILLR'B OKOOBttY. Pay your tax and save extra .cost. On December Oarson & Co. &$$r4rftftftiA (Incorporated.) 4k jm ft) ft) i Hartford Republican. READS ODDLY STRUNG. (By I. D. Claire.) over an be with tho crowd. He'dV just at well, for the Democrats will never forgive hi for failin' to git tho names of their candidates on the ballot nohow. With eggs four cents a piece and booze four dollars a quart, I don't seo how Thomas and Tinsley is ai goin to celebrate Christmas thisa year. j I Sheriffs I am awcfully glad Billy Sunday hns tackled Atlanta. 1 never had much faith in Billy's pulpit antics, but if ho can mako a dent in Atlanta'3 wickedness, I'll hall him as an apostle. Writing to his friends in Central City, through the Argus, a prisoner In tho Madisonvlllo jail implores them to get out of the loathsome place, because he has not done anything excopt to carry a pistol, shot a man through the arm and held up another man on a train at tho point Ill the bushes full of, rabbits there aint Be use for nobodv to do without meat now. With ... There aint nothin' ia a name. Dat- tlo Creek, Mich., never had nothin' mores a street fight, an' Brandy-win- e, Pean., is in bono dry territo of ft un and took bis pistol away ry. from him. It docs seem like an outrage to pat a fellow In jail for such trifling oKenses. --- y. Tho war in Europe may result in the loss of many titles of nobility, but the Duke who presides over the Uitpositlon of tho mechanical department of Tho Republican olllce, is pretty secure in his job. NOTICE! I sliall quit the photograph bus-in- ct la Ohio county Dec. 2(11 h. J If As soon as Tinsley heard that want photographic iork done Thomas' old friend and Ross, Lud jou Petty, had been appointed Chief of take advantage of tills last opporPolice under Mayor Smith, he lit tunity and come. All work will he promptly Mulsh, right out for Louisville, but whoa v he found tho new Chief had not ed. K. G. SCHROETKR, donned tho star yet he took the first Photographer. train for home. Tins, didn't think It safo to cut any high Jinks on tho) strength of Thomas' influence with j tbo BuRchmlro cop machine. Wo wero not invited to the sun down flag raisin' in the court houso yard Saturday evening, hut an acute hearing accommodated us to catch the one faint cheer that went up from tho throats of one man and three I Du-I'o- nt y. I 1 .., V Krtw, l0mr For Halo at a Real Rargaln. Young maro, nearly new rubber tire, open top hjiggy, lino sot of harboys. ness and saddle. Nice outfit for a A. D. KIRK. Congress can't do much with tho young man. coal trust, but Ole Master has boon There aro over 6,000,000 country glvln' it some pritty bard Jolts with girls In tho United States and Undo his sunshine. Sam and the Stato colleges are help-lu- g a lot of them to make better 1 try to bo charitable, but some how I can't quite forgive tho Dem- country homes, mm ocrats for homing ofT my old friend, Certain Cure For Croup. Nuwt Ralzo, from tho pencil voting Mrs. Rose Mlddlcton, ut Greeiw heo, Nov. 6. Nowt'B rep as tho lone Democrat that pulled through at a vlllo, HI., has had experience ia the 'ormer Ohio county cloction entitled treatment of this disease. Sho sayj, him to a chance In the pencil drawing "When my children wore small my son had croup frequently. Chambercontest. lain's Cough Remedy always broke d lonesome up these attacks Immediately, and It's goin' to ho Mcramlar Portor over at tho I was never without It In tbo house. !. atar the flmtof Jiiau- - I havo taken it myself for couglia and m 'T Vuu I'd Just turn cnlJn with good result " uU-flro- ,'i Tflt, V SEASON TO REJOICE (Reasons for Thanksgiving Are So Many as To Forbid Gloom. world may well seem never have been so troubled, never have had so much to regret. The Great War has bred cynic Ism and despair. But Nature is not a pessimist. A year's sun, a year's rains, a year's labor, have not been without their fruits. In farm and factory, In public endeavor and in struggle toward the light, the twilight of the year shows results that forbid the gloomy and inspire courage and good cheer. The Instinct of 'thanksgiving belongs to courage. Gratefulness is the handmaiden of igrlt. Nature's whisper of rises to a splendid volume of whole, hearted song. Whatever may happen lln America's own life, or In America's relations with the rest of the world, the reasons for thanksgiving shine with an unquenchable light. No dls- aster threatened or possible can oblit- eratc the great fact of piled riches In natural and human resources. The fixing of Thanksgiving as a festival at the close of the harvest era Is, after all, but an adaptation of symbols. The symbol is worth having, elnce It always visualizes the eternal charity of Nature herself, and since it Is an ever present reminder of the finest resources In human Ideals, human aspiration, human will to win. It Is from the gathered harvests, the assembled fruits of labor, the established signs of productive power in every activity of men and women that thanksgiving gets its meaning. T imm M OVERDONE VWV.VMXVA FOR AFTKlt WAR yy IDlNtV (Jcrinnny Kpcot Commercial Union (if IhitenU' Ajinlnst iter. Nj -, THE AO'Zr i&y 5 ' . k&sr ' . a i j ?ttr? K$ aai J""iTlt j z&.-.y&- u -- prl-va- to 5 U -- . ..J-' well-bein- g "Whew I Here I've chopped wood half the day to pet nn nnnetlte, an' now I'm too durned tired to eat." AS Old SOiS BY. POETS and New Thanksgiving Sentiments Worth Recording. ' ABINDItANATII TAGORE, tho Hindu-Englispoet, recently contributed to the London Times the following verses ou "Thanksgiving." which are as unlike the conventional Thanksgiving poem In sentiment as they are In form : R h Sc t Those who wnlk on the pnth of pride crushing tho lowly life under their tread, spreading their footprints In blood upon the tender fircon of thy earth. Let them rejoice, and thank thee. Lord, for tho day la theirs. But thou hast dono well tn leaving ma with the humblo whose doom it Is to suffer and bear the burden of power, and hide their faces and stltle their sob In the dark. has pulsed In the secret depth of thy night, and every Insult lias been gathered in thy great silence, And the 'morrow Is theirs. A. By Prayer of LEWIS Tt&iiks giving ALLEN THAT we enn see round about faces of friends: the deserving, that v e may help them; the needy, that we may render aid; and little children, that we may rejoice: For every throb of their pain 0 Sun, rise upon the bleeding hearts we enn hear the kind of loving friends, the tweet songs in church and home, the prayers of do out people, and the crooning of a Mother's lullaby: THAT can feel loving THAT we trusting bands ofhands little children, comforting hands upon our throbbing brow; that we can feel the warm embrace o! the old folks who receive us at the homestead, or of our own who, dwelling apart from us, have como back this day: iMHAT we can taste the savory good things, which, by God's bounty, are this day set before us through the miracle of Nature, which is God: !L t to give who, in his 4 great goodness, has permitted us to meet once more on this day of f Thanksgivisg; that we can tpcak 0 and t hope ones; encouragement to our t loved words of comfort to the r suffering and the discouraged and $ the end t and lowly, words of hope who cheer promise to those have t fallen by the way: T; r "'HAT we can pray with a know!- we can speak t THAT thanks to bim H J. A edge that thspriyerSoi the sld-- a I ft HpIlULY, cere are answered, that he to whom we offer ourprajera is full of lovinil J klndnr. and nitv - ' jojri-ne- T? J ts& iLlt'hiilei?!! assured: nil crtess thliuji are t God's ftifti, am) without them there could be no Thanksgiving. I Teach us to appreciate them for t tbine own Glory. AMEN I i A Being Thankful. Thanksgiving Is. not a day. It Is a Wo cannot ho thankful on habit. Thanksgiving day unless we have been Jemnliig how every duy In the year. Jlere nro some simple rules: Wall: on the sunny side of the street ; live as much its possible In the het room In the house; tlilnl; about your friends not our enemies,; tulk tiliuut our good luck, not our had. These are Bome of tho ways of acquiring tho spirit of cheerfulness which Is the onlj soil In which the How or "Thanks-giving- " will grow. THANKSGIVING DAY , i (J ' .,"" 'ov 1 " i ' v'ol.hUT Yop, Mr. Duek. I'm In my ilnjf. About .Ui0O.OP0 o Uiiir Uvoi ta4y. im ' inheritance. Itobert Burns long ago satirized one npect of such in "The Selkirk. Grace": Some hae meat and canna eat. And so.ne vail eat that want It; But we h.ie meat and we ran eat, Al'l sae the Lord bo thankit, William IHnke, In one of tho-.mastki: cAimis.siom:k'.s sam:. The purchase- - w'li ho reouirod to Tfee New Houia SGY.ina Hacttae Co.. 0raRge,M3SS, quaintly phrased little poems of his e:.ecuto bond whn gootl and PttfT-ft'jthat have almost the flavor of esoteric,. Com'th of Kentucky. Plaintiff, security for the luirchaso tirIr,wisdom, declares vs. Notice of Sale. of saltl land Immediately after salo Since nil the riches of this world May be gifts from the devil and earthly Pete Norman, et al., Defendant. and a lien will :? rctnluod as addi Uy virtue of a judgment and order tional security. kings, I should suspect that I worshiped the of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court enGiven under my hand this tho ZV.' devil If I thanked my God for worldly things. tered at its September term, 1917. day of November, 1017. for the purpose of paying the judgOTTO C. MARTIN', The countless koM of a merry heart. ment of Laura Miller vs. Pete Nor- Hit:: The rubles and pearls of a loving cyo, Mastt!" Commissioner, K Tlie Idetl man never can bring to the man, amounting to $35S.70 and the B linrnei & Smith, Attorneys. If mart, fl f Nor the cunning hoard up In his treas cost in this action, $39. Co, together ury, with the costs of this sale, I will of- 1 And In recent years Edmund Vance .for for sale at nubile outcry at the OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o Cooke, a poet of whom C1bcIiiim1, the court ,,ouse joor , IIartford Ky , cIty" hou,d be ProU(, ""'.ion Monday, Nov. COl'KT DIHKCTOUV. 20. 1917. it being C the first day of tho regular term of We thank thee. Yea, In the even tone I In, t.- i OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO (. J1LUU WUUU, Of those who are Klad of tho good they UIU OHIO rti... .t Pi.pI UV tlUUUL VHi ' u 'hour of one ocloci: r m., upon a gu.vranti:i:d beryiclj CIP.Ct'lT cotmT. We thank thee. Tea, that thou hast pre- - cre(t of ulv nli.t TiifATitlic fltn One hundred per cent ,' fcrred , .. . W. Slack, Owenshoro. inu Judge It. taIuo. Special work for W. And b'.csied U3 more than tho common following uescnecu lann C. E. Smith, Hartof Potc Norman In a tract Cnni'lli. Attornej Ver'V " mtcr-wO. W. We thank thee, part with the heart a In' . ford. i tT In Ohio county, Kentucky, W. F. STEVENS, land tentlon, A. C. Porter, Hartford. But most, let us own, with the llpa' con near Green Itlver and on tho waters Clerk Hartford, Ky. R. F. D. 7. Otto C. Marvenllon. being a part Master Commissioner Roproseutlng 'Continental "Wo thank thee." Lord I What St selnsh of Indian Camp Creek, tin, Hartford. of lots 1 and 3 of the Lucy J. Held praer! Marble & Granlto Co. Thanks while a beggar's breast Is bare! land and bounded as follows: Com- Trustee .Jury Kiim! Cal P. Koown, jHrfTvwu.....-wijjriM- . our own full feast Is spread Thanks that Hartford. "While another creature Is lacking bread! mencing at a stone on tho west side 12 days Thanks that our full fed blood runs warm. of the Cromwell and Green Hiver 1st Monday in March While a starveling baby breasU the Com'th. nnd Civil. Church road at tho corner of Mrs. storm! 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. There is certainly no taint of Tar-- Hohdy's land In tho old Philadelphia 1st Monday in July 1 day- sttiffe or Pecksniff In the reason that church lot. running in tho center of Com'th. and Civil. William Crnest Henley gives for t! e Bald road to n btone In corner of -- 12 daysj thankfulness In ills "Invlctus," but It Tllford's fouce, corner marked on 3d Monday in September Civil. litis something of Pharisaical arro- Iclnnn nn smith side of road. tllCHCO . 12 days 4th Monday In Novembergance notwithstanding: S. to hickory and elm m tno L,ucy j. Com'th. and Civil. Out of the night that covers me, Held land, corner with the Lucknr Ulai.lt as the pit from polo to po!e, COUNTY COUKT. land on said trees; thence N. 84 K. I thank whatever gods may bo For my uncomiuerablo boul. 4 2 pole3 to a stalco in bis road, white Moetn first Monday In each month. Algernon Charles Swinburne, In Juilge John U. Wilson. tai. marked on south sldo of said "Tho Garden of Proserpine" (from 'road; County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. thenco with road south 75 east way, Henley .seems to which, by tho Clerk W. C. IJlankcnshlp. t poles to a stone in the road, white have borrowed his "whatever gods Sheriff S. O. Koown. on north side as corner may be"), expresses a hentiment that out: marked tiCi;K Superintendent Oznn Shults. in certain moods hits un appeal to Itt lot 3; thenco N. 20 E. C2 poles 'to w,A-- i wnf trt mirrril &iw .Jailer W. P. Midkiff. N't 13 W. 18 polc3 to a many men: beech; thenco I lulife jouBiuitl-nrCiOt sd Itaa- v lut m nsv in liulr. C. C. Hlnes. Assessor I'Tom too much lovo or living, hickory, wlilto oak and Bum on tho In Invanl An n tl it in Anrf Piom hope and fear bet frte, Survcjor C. S. Moxley. Mr c out of thj rutt cvt on the tirius S'n. It'"' creek, one of the orlfjlnal llne3 of tha We thank with brief thanksgiving Dr. A. II. Iltley. up tho Coroner thenco 287 aero survey; Whatever gods may bo TJSCAL COURT. That no llfo lives forever. mcandorings to 11 creek with its That dead men rlbo up never. Moots Tuesday after (irst Monday Ibtono on blK road to Stowartsvlllc; That even tho wcarlfst river to sea. Winds feomenhcro S with said road opposite In Januniy, April and October. thenco tV.e nnd mef ul mir!n. trA But, after all, there Is a healthier watering placo on said crook, cross- - 1st Magisterial District Ed Shown, Uiu rnott lntrtlni worm. riTcry munui titeiitlion.y 1 Hartford, Routo 7. appeal than Kninuurno'H, and tin ap- (UK bald road and running with saltl 300 Articlo 300 Picture nd WInson District peal to a greater number of normal creek with Its meandering to a maplo 2tl .Magisterial II for onlrcnt. Alt tho now jd men and women, In Mich Hue odes us Smith, Select. dogwood, cornering with James nd rrt iiUar. In ihopworlj 00U atitotnolllei and that which tho Itttu llezeklah Dutter-wort-h fihlolds, helm; corners In deed from !til Majjlsterlnl District W. S. Dean, la farmiiii:, auu m iu iiiucry. lUw to male Ihlnsj nt l.oai. tl rate 1 fTtry wrote in celebration of tho first Dundeo. Lucy J. Rold to r. G. Tllford; thence month, incluilitiir rcfilireratort, tullry fcu. "Thanksgiving In lioston Hatbor": ( reilr, tc ll V. furulturc 8. with original lino S. 4C W. 00 polos ltli MiiKlsterla! District The Arabella leads tho eonjr It Ij full of cjonty nuklnr, tfjuatlnx Idrm. Leach, Ilcavpr Dam, Routo 3. u It u wnttn in piia tniiun ibi m Tho Mayllowor sings below. to tho beginning cornor, containing S. L. Copy $1.50 5 Year 1C CenU That erst the Pilgrims bore ulong 100 acres more or less nnd being iltlt Magisterial District Tho Plymouth reefs of fcnow, or writ dl' J1 Rockport. Oct It from a ne"1r-te-r N.Y. aamo land conveyed to Reuben N'er-na- u Oh, never bo that psalm forgot Kourtti roulirScltncoonUUy, That roso o'er Iloston Hay, wlfo on nth MaKlsterlal District R. C. Tlch- pnnr ytitiwjtrtuyitiijr.rn by J. W. Ooopor and When Wlnthrop sang, unit Undlcott XiXuEt lr fttitt ui uuJn U-- Wf'. cnor, Contertovvn. tho 3rd day of January 188C, nnd And Bdltonstull that day: thu Ohio Till MimiNterlitl District B. F. Rico, which deed is of record in "Pralso ye the Lord with fervent llprt rordsvilio. In oltlce ClerVa Court County Pmtoe o thu Loid todayl' . Flue Ctall 0 Tim KniihIlriB 306. Said lh MMal4orltl DlsUirt Den. W. pdiio 14, Honk And imke nrovo from all tho fthlpa PrlMliM. 7. IJtM pruywnt lu VKroutb Vuy. Tylor, IhutlorU, 'fi to tho dowr Lid to ha sold blossoming in flowers of the morning and tno torchllqlit revelry or pride hiding in its own aisles! There Is, of course, nothing new In dissent from that Mtiug piety that return1' thanks became Its possessor Is "not as other men are," be It In worldly In bodily health. In mentnl equipment or even in moral ns I i Amsterdam, Nov. 17. Vast pro Importance nro jects of IicIiir dlHCtissod, according to the Oct-ma- n )upern. AuMrian and Huiikui-ln- n N So Imeconomics naboclatlonH. portant uro they, pays tho Cologne Gazette, that In tho national Inten-it Is not doslrahle to disclose more than tho bare outlines. This new thy '"h-r- e cood tutili la nbounJ, thj Piwiuun IicjAk Uic paper vouchsafes tho Information MASTKIl commissioner's nam:. list. that the discussions have turned on It U first la the hearts cf lt countrymen. big schemes to procure raw mnterials Ilarve Condlt, et al.. Plaintiffs, vs. Notlco of Salo. after tho war, and defeat the en- tento's plans to Isolate tho central Kx Parte. ' powers commercially. lly virtue of a Judgment nml or- The organization is planned of an, dor of sale rendered in tho above system of economics styled action at tho September term, in tho Interest of the central power-'.- , 1917, of tho Ohio Circuit Court, for Pi Including tho development, of Inland the purpose of distributing tho from the Kibe to the D.i- - coeds among those entitled thereto TSe rvOtri ii ctumr. and iritfol. .is nubc, probably with German control laud tho purpose of paying tho costi i kit locution .n J' ' ti of the estuary of tho Danube. of this action and of this sale, I wilt Avcnuf, lSlh i. j. it 'ii - offer for sale at public auction to the Tho rebirth of the Polish Mcrcan fur ' ' . njfitt turtier, ccji .1. l., &tllOCr)s llhl tile Marino is tho object of a league highest and best bidder at tho court , Vi'lcgc. founded at Cracow under tho auspl- - houso door In Hartford, Kentucky, Ti.e I'owliltin ittttcti the ' Tho league on Monday, November 26, 1917, beco, lc of culture 1tul ees of the foreign legion. ?u proximity to Slate, cducition. I P War an has undertaken nn active propagan- ing the first day of n regular term of Iiw Dit'inircnt. ato to mtt7 o( li.ttofical intercut, points da tn Polish trade circles, and the in- - the Ohio Circuit Court, at about tho injkrs tlii hotel crtu.illy atcorporation of n joint stock company hour of one o'clock p. in , on a credtractive to a diiciiminatiiii; public. to finance tho now commercial fleet it of G and 12 months, the following Ilie Tcwhatan offtrj room descrAed property, is contemplated. witli dtla:l:cj bath at Jl.JJ. 52.00 and up. Itooni with priTwo tracts of laud situated and vate bath, V.JO, J3.CJ aaJ up. being in Ohio county, Kentucky, and Write for lok'vt wit"t nup. bounded nml described as follows: CLlfFcr o . :.'.vr;. FOR FLETCHER'S Tract No. 1 Ueglnning at a stake iH I nn tho south hank of Hough Hirer, q corner of Everly Ilros.' land; thence tT A Guide To Ronton. with their line S. fit W. 13-- poles to "They say the street.' Mr. Penn hickory: a sweet gum, elm and in IIoton are frightfully crooked." thenco N. 2C W. CO poles to a Mr. Hubh "They are. Why, do N. fit', W. G3 poles ant' THE you know, when I first went there 1 stake; thence 15 links to two elms on the hank oi SEWING could hardly find my way around." Hough River; thence up Hough Itn MA --"iNE "That must be embarrassing." or with itt meanders to the beginOF t, "It is. The flrst week I was there ning, containing GS acres, more r QUALITY. get rid of an old cat I wanted to less. Heing the sanio land ronvev-e- d wo had, and my wife got me to take to W. F. Condit by L. II. Condit away." it to tho river a mile and wife, Halllo Condit, on the 10th NOT "And you lost the cat nil right?" ' m i?a 111 S day of August, 1014, by deed f SOLD bj N nothing! I novor would have "Lost U N,D C R record In tho Ohio County Clerk' found my way home if I hadn't folANY office, in deed book GO, page 4 IS. M ra V U, U'J A rl lowed tho cat!" Yonkers StatesOTHER Tract No. 2 Ueglnning at a ston man. NAME. Ttid hickory stump on tho hank of o-Hough Hiver, tho said stump Is tho WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. .tump of the hickory tree called for FOR FLETCHER'S u former deeds to this land, known If you pnrrhavf th- - N' W Jl'iJIt: you w"l will have nt tl. p.,. oyoti pu.-u- d thenco due not a is tho Spuugler tract; lukVt'nnrtiilli n'lclinmof rijunre. south ttCS poles to a willow and j Caue For I 'raver. dark oak on tho north bank of gr- ,!rk: Quality Sunday School Teacher Do yop Creek to Hough Hiver; thence Considered" say your prayers every night before .p Hough Hit or to tho beginning and going to bed? ontalniug 100 acres. it is the fni YTtfr.i Itobert (aged f) Yes, ma'am. The Interest of tho Infauts, Hyrnn ' A Nr'wK4 Cheapest Stiiidp." School Teacher That's V and Lou Hollo Williams in saw right; nut ten mo why you say i ijr.(i will not be paid, but will re- in die end jfitt iiHHBiiW-3them. vl a in :i lion on said land until ' ttm to buy. Itobert 'Cause I sleep In a foldin' trnardinu of nch of said infant! il you wnntnnnwlni; ninelilm, write for If bed. Cincinnati TImos-Stashall qualify ai.d cxovulo bond 'n oorlatmt ct.iltuo ljefor you jmrf . -r!it pnnrt rlRhta of tho dependant, Ann Norman. Tho purchnpcr will ho required to execnlo bond Immediately nftcr Kale, which bond shall he approved by tho Commissioner, and n Hen will ho retained on said land as additional security. Olvoii under my hand, this November 7th. 1017. OTTO C. MARTIN. lDttl Master Commissioner. C. K. .Smith, Attorney. jprolossioncil Otto C. Martin. Attorney at Law HAIUi'OUU, KV. Will pruotlcH hi uiofeMon In Uif and adjoining cuntlm. CommorcUi tnd Crlmlinil lr,if.tii a Specialty. ' Ws Al JV .D.C...'' ttOfCAIi! ao.ETAYLDR.CE Beaver Dam, Ky. Hioliway and Drainaae Dcsifj". m& j ttm ;' 1 DR. 0. E. HART SUHGBON ky. ki:avi:k dam, Tjilor' Kit cry llr.rn. VliTEHlNARY Olllce Jiiiiius t i ' , g.r to-w- ft. nil .qui.um B THAT PA Vi Children Cry CASTO R A r iij i 1.. rxp rr f! M Stvnnth Strnvt, Li iVVftSHINOTON. E. C k' FrreJsacri'r3!r?'irTajr,s,ssr' BO3-0OU 1 kilrli fur rnttC on to jMrV TrOc. CUT- CAHSING Birtr CtlSf.. tm On J !!. wi l'r..rti.lil I'm i.Ik writ to flM. MlllrtJpyi M hm.1 ""IU 1 hotv . r lih-- l. PATLfjrfirM tUMUireUf, Hour ni imMHl , f4 rjrt fcl Vt xV1 ysP&Ck WILL YOU TAKE OUR IrniJanA IteVWfojXfVTK GERMINAL REMEDY A Trii3lnr.nl o Children Cry rmm&am&.M MXiSHS ftSK'iS3Hr-fMI7JME- (or WEAK Ul S" uuo fcfSKJiias22aea COHSUMPTIOK ' CASTORIA liri-a- Cr-tss- ' 1r;;i A quick relief tor that lircil. rundmvn fsrllrC. hrniur coiiclil, piln la elicit, nltlit 1 Im ir i, wnk lunki or ipniumptlon. It It dot , nctbcly you it cads you ootlinC FOR ON WiONTH SK,5S - OHIO MEDICAL GO, Iw TmII RF PPFPALfiLSil KVLi!Jl J. . K. . Ntf-- r. lim-e- 1 ; 1 iS .iJSsw'i mM i r , r&. fNW s. yT!i 'tX5 ,4 s,sJPXJK i v -.' av1 vj it 53, ' -: zzzzz-ys- " ; 4vr .uj tt-t-- nt :h vcf3Crl S. - fs ; I . own,""" ttl rx .ss . POPULAfflECEANICS iVSAGAZINB 300 ARTICLES-3- 00 ILLUSTRATIONS Informal of tho World's PronreM hi lfcnslnccrint;, Mccbu ica nnd Invention. For father and Son and All lha Family. It nctealr rEHP ..,! .1 MJUIIthlKtUV-'WiUUil- Vvritton So Voi; Can Undorstand It PatM contain tlie fchoo Nottf lrnrtlcal Jilt tafnrHUoit)rlsnnilAvrwkjrjlur tbtnyrartu 10 iin inincri nnuni mo jionp, (17 1"8 for tlio Hoyp nnl mntrur Mechanic HtrUw)'olikot(iinr.i.otlIncf 'ItbowtomakwUIro tes ana Icti nj h Uithi :ilns I ut, haov Uoa f!Mn1r , Uft humltitrv, rtc. (intnlt.ii In 'n..n. M 'l lUUIIf, t'iVllillHI KVMIVil t tint I'oTurltn --IaxiiiH lomtvtlinMii Lout tliaw 'rid Our tort nu um const cut If in ttewatth for thluttt nt and lnurwilnu uud H U - .t'l n.l tti.ts lull.ounJuf , ...... 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IIUH'IIIX.KIS I'llt rill, .. , SM 1iU HH, KUg ttw laii (Y -- 1 PRAISE THE LORDr THAT ELUSIVE BIRD IN COUNTRY TOWN fiJj cm ( Tr-- "l5 Thanksgiving Song in Bos- - Sad Story of Two Men Who Went Forth Gaily ton Harbor Rings in to Slay a Turkey. tho Ears Today. Reasons Why Thanksgiving Is Always Inter- Wb 1 No Combination " of Reading Like It "and e All For 2- - esting There. day In a country THANKSGIVIN' Interesting on thnt come hack lionipi. Somo o' us kin git by th' Fourth o' July or fair week or even Christmas an' Now Years, but somehow titer's somelhin' 'bout Thanks-glvlday that kind o' makes us want t' be bnck home. Then, too, one i4co long dull Thunksglvin' afternoon In a It lint town is enough t' make us all fintlsfled t' stuy nuay fer another whole year. Our town looks real cosmopolitan like t'duy, ns Tell Illnklcy would say. On eer' corner you kin see little clumps o' fellers that lialnt met in years lioldln' reunions an' talkln' nbout ole times. Some o 'em look like they had lots t' be thankful fer an tome o' Vm look like th' place they come from ought thankful, whllo still others look like our town ought f be thankful that Tlinnks-givlonly come.s onco a year. Stun Hud, who traded hla farm hero for n rioildy orange glove some years ngo came In from th' north thts morn- n' e n' ' Pam most delightful part of nry was t luil iirc Mlii'ti hoys' mid freely tnltiKle with each other us friend", half boy unci Till: JL norno from tho litlU of Uoston uny TlirouRh nvo times fifty ypar. When Wlmlirop's licet ftom Varmoutli crept A,i,l ...... u F: inuny yo tlio Lor J!" Tlio psalm V T 52 rtt The Yotdh's-Companion Pl . HWIKIKYA IRIH1 f. !THP.YnirTrrS UA fcvt1 toff1 ' i MA Krtfl S3Trt.V 51 IiUjAjyJl,LWJ M II If w": '! mMMMMMN r' rfs-.- G2 ISSUES The favorite family vcekly of America, 12 Great st'tL.u ur uiuups in I9W, una fc'O Short ';:or.;-c thcussnj Article nnd buTKcst..n-1- . a thouintl I fcpcd.-- J Faccj 'o: aU ases. tinny-ism- girt, Imlf mnn mid woman. Tlieie wns one Thanksgiving when tin head of our lnrco fmnlly Invited every member tlmt could Im niichnd to spend n week In liN law country lli)lie, Including Thnntcnirlvlnx ilny. Tlioe of us of my cunerntlnn went In for u koimI time together. The plrls were of tlmt nco when u timte fur f prodoniliwtes. One night when I was netting ready for lied 1 found the leg of my pajamas sewed iii. When I h:id ripped the ceulnst. got them on and niinlileil Inlet bod I found the Hlieets Hcrntclicd. I Imd turned off tlu light, springing out of bed, I tiptoed hnatlly to the door, opened It nnd mm a In time to grub the lnl of it bevy of girls who ran uway In the nikuesg. Throwing my iirms iiround my captive, I gne her a smncl;, she Htrug-KlIlito lie free, then let her go. Slipping buck Into my room, I tlirned on n light, nnd there, Mlrklng unto the bri'iiot of my pajamas, wns mi 'longuted pin of ehiiTd gold sot In the renter with n single hnpphlre. 'I'ho problem wus to Identify the plrl I hud kisxed by discovering the owner of the pin. I eotiMilti'd with my men cousins, und It wns decided tlmt I fchould pui the article up ut auction tit the 'riiniil:glvlnc dinner. bhN to be accepted only from the men. Accordingly when the nuts and coffee came on I took the pin out of my est pocket und, holding It up before the company. Mild: "I found this ur- iiiIh-hlc- Olll In IttA 1JJmam -- hhI .. .. IIIU ., Ill.llll, .. . ij..i .waiera nwept, imiuukii iiiu wiunin In April nun ami rain. "Prny lit the Iird with rvont llpi," Trx Ji nmw rS.T2, IL IfiSL-JUi..- ? Lji Tlu leader Bhoutl. "I'rnv " And prayer nmiie from ull the ships As faded Varmoutli Iwy. Al.iv-day- THE CONFIDENT START They poMied Hip Sellly le tlmt day, g And rame, and June, And thilro uiHin the ocunn lay The full orl of the moon AnJ na that ilty, on Yarmouth bay, lire Knuland dunk fiom vIpw, While ypt the rlppllntf In April nkles of blue. "1'ray to the Lord with fervent lips." liaeli morn was xhoutcd. "pray;" And prayer nroto from nil the ships, A first In Yarmoutlr bay; J3L, $jk w xsss&r fcS: 'z&2iiih tfeS ' H irCALUS MAGAZINE txzrzzzz tnaK F onri 5 tasucs of iff c SY CiiVViSlS cr Z U51TS V'j ND U'S2'oSX n tlk v iV!Q5,Uiii- A UlltSZi I'AlTEW Jvi'l vt 'oC:.'j, ;. - yon- - ur "vnrrK u rruunai. V' ("e 12 "onthlv iwuee of m nriiw u, . "".rrevn(tcaoa fent a .7 -- 'i Sjnt ly YZr'SjS i- !l.5"!cn.!3 i i uiammtl fer ". Z tta11iriricr ir''i'-"-ietirpi'"TU- f.o. otyoMl 1 - T-'- O the breeze o'or western pets, Through Maytlme monm, and June. Till hailed theee souls the Ules of Shoals, Low 'lien Hi tho mmmor moon; And nh rape Ann arose lo view, And Norman's Yoo lliey pasid, The came the white mists thnnnth. And circled round oacli mant. "I'rav to the with fervent lips," Thfii called the leader, "Pray," pmer arose from all the ships, And As first In Yarmouth bay. wood-rtovv- lUw warm j THC TRIUMPHANT STRATEGY 'ju H'sCcmpsnnn (if .' '..rbtii f f"ieice of any rWVjf'VS-.f- Kub lor"i h c- ,t cr rt r.Ti.'..nn. l.i.s h .iiTe. YOUTH 3 ' DMPAMON. t. la it.. I" . tO M waw 'ubit-ijcraor'-a n'-- T YOUTH'S ( wei-- and the v 1917 Home Calendar. v. i 1 t Ti-:- il N'AQ-IUSETT- C? . iZN NKfeejr;-V2a ilr' ON HOL &! 'IM' TV V- -? Up Mw' '"HIKK.V l.'t &&& iVfjtr1?! Above the rea the hlll-tn- p fair (Sod's tow era bepan to rise. And mlnra raro broatho through the air, I.IUo hnltiiH of I'nrndlee. ThrouRli burnlni,' altles tho ospreys flew, And near tho pine-coole- d shores 1 Z5strg &$& rmk?3 3&&gr THE TURKEY'S ODJECTION I Mryiii MMmmmtd Plfty-flv- e Vc Knock the Spots Out of Things ft- -s adies5 and Men's W typewriters. Garments French Dry Cleaned and Pressed la $ Superior Manner. Sond us your Garments and Barf Them Lea-so- ns explained by Moving Pic- ture machine. Seven big Departments Shorthand, Book- Danced airy twat nnd thin canoe. To Hash of sunlit oars. "I'rav to tho Lord with fervent lips," The lender shouted, "Prav";" TJ.on prner arose, and nil the ships Sailed Into Uoston bay. sea-wor- keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Music, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equipment. Position assured. Write for catalogue. CLEANED CLEAN Packages called for and dellvorsd. fifflWMt B &h Mm "I Will Put It Up at Auction." tlelo recently nnd would be htippy to return It to the owner if he will claim It and prove ownership." I hwept the board with my glance, on liut saw no sight of u any girl's fuce. Then I continued: "Since" there Is no claimant for the article, I will put It up nt auction, the right to bid to the men present of my own generation, this proceeds of the sale to go to charity." I culled for bids, and one of my cousins, Jnck Somen", bid ' cents. There wns an exclamation of disapprobation for such mi offer, and when another of my confederates bid S0 enth It was repented. The gem alone muld not have been worth less than $:. When every mnn who was per-- i inltted to bid had done so, i"5 was the highest offer uvelso.?. I knocked the article down to the successful man, Jim Atwood, and he handed me the money. "What luiU!" ho exclaimed, holding the pin before him admiringly. "I've wanted something llku lias for n gift to my fiancee, and now I have found it." The fact ot iinollier girl possessing her Jewelry wns too much for Us owner. Hecky Aldrlch showed by her expression that ulio was at least to be suspected. I took the pin from Jim and tossed It to her. A telltale blush "onurmed my suspicion, and, the eyes of nil the company being concentrated on Hecky, it deepened Into scurlet. Then I'icro wns u burst of laughter, .In which everyone Joined heurtlly but Hecky. Hecky pretended to be very much offended with me for the course I had taken. This caused mo to feel and 1 endeuwired to phieuto her. Hecky for a long while refused to be uppciiscd. To make a long story short, Hecky played me as an angler would play u trout till I wns nmdly In love with her. Having refused me, she seemed to bo satisfied nnd thereafter treated mo so considerately that 1 tried tigaln nud wus successful. Naturally, the anniversary of ThunksgUIng brings to mo Interesting memories. (Copyrluht. 1317, by the McClure Newspagive-away iincoiu-fortuble, per Syndicate.) Message of Cheer. Tlio holiday season Is hero nnd with It comes a message of cheer nnd a quickening of the benevolent Impulses of tho heart. Thanksgiving day u aJestlvul for giving thanks for the mer-Alof tho closing year Is one of tho oldest institutions In America. Tho l'llgrim Fathers held their first harvest Umnksglvliii,' fcstlwil lu 1021. es He says this Is th' first time that he's ever had clothes an' money .U'MW.I7MW!lMf4,Attgyj;tW?.'rg'. THE TURKEY'S DEPARTURE enough ut th' Mime time t' git back. Halite JIopps, who's been gone nbout ten years, Is home from CoshocHE.LP1 ton, Ohio. He suys lie's lied so long Petro-Mcnt- a "PraI.o ye the Lord'" Primeval woods HELPlJRelives Piles ? about th' size o' his father's farm Jlrat henid tho ancient sons, No matter how stubborn the And summer bills nnd tolttudcs here that he hardly recognized It when x The echoes rolled nloncr. will I case may be Petro-Mcat- a ho got back. The Hed Cross llac of Hnnland blew bring relief. A trial will convince Grayson Mapcs wuz about th' first Above, the fleet tlmt day. While Shawmut's trlplo peaks In view feller that showed up fer Thanks-glvln- '. you. For sale by Ohio County In amber hazes lay. Ills folks have been dead fer Drug Co. Price 25c. "Pralso jo the Lord with fervent lips, thirty years an' he never, knowed It. Pralso ye the Lord today." 'Bout th' lust thing nn buddy ever The anthem rose from all tho ships Safe moored In Boston bay. THE ODSTACLE ENCOUNTERED licerd o' him wuz lu 1870, wlen ho "sent his .mother n Centennial edition The Arabell.i leadn tho sonu tin V"v V'S vi v Tt" 1'J'V T o' th' I'liiladelphy Ledger. He come, Tho Maylloner slnsn below. over from Jellersonvlllo oa parole That erst the I'IIriIius horn along Tho Plvmotith reefs of mow. but nobody knowed ltliu. Oh! never bo that psilm forgot UMP!ltM'Jb WO'.'V.t'' Joe Apple Is buck in town sliakln' hay. That rose o'er hands, too. Ills hikers have been When Wlntlirnn samr. and Hndlcott, And Saltonstnll, that (lav. driven back an' his step halnt quite "Prale yo tho Lord with foront lips. ns springy ns it wuz before he traded Pralso vo tho Lord todiy:" -. a iiifcr his hardware store fer some rice hind And praise nroe from all the ships, LUto prayers In Yarmouth bay. lu Arkansas. He's Jlst a plain sliov-elnow bomew here's In Michigan. That psalm our fathers sane we slnp, He sajs that while th work lsi little THE FINAL TRIUMPH That psalm of peaco and wars, harder than belu' lu business, ther Whllo o'er our beads unfolds Its wins Tho flap of forty stars. hatut no books t' keep uu' ther halnt whllo the nation flnds a tongue And i SEEMS TO FIND LITTLE JOY nothlu' Invested an' you klii lay off c i.a 1'or nobler ulfts to prny. Many thousands o! when It rains. K$ women suffering from 'Twill ever bIiik tho sonp thev sunir Laurel Spray, who sold his farm ThaUflrst ThnnksKlvlns day: Possibly Premonition of Its Fato womanly trouble, have "Praise yo the Lord with fervent lips, hero two years ago an' Invested in a Makes the Turkey Such a ConPiniso jo tho Lord today;" been benefited by the use gold mine out West, Is In town weurln' firmed Pessimist. So rose the sons' from all tho ships. of Cardui, the woman's a straw hut. lie suys he's been so Safe moored In Uoston bay. tonic, according to letters The tuikey Is n serious bird. Tho busy glttln' homo that th' weather Our fathers' prayers bavo chanced to expression we receive, similar to this written on Ids bill, ns ho never occurred t' him. He may stay psalms, one from Mrs. Z.V. Spell,. looks mournfully out over the world lieie un' go back In th' band if he kin As David's treasures old ofHayne.N.C. "I could Turned, on tho Tomplo'a Blant arms, or walks solemnly, his long neck swny-ln- s trade his mlnlu' block for a clarinet. of cold. To not stand on my feet, and But ups an' downy er no tips an' here nnd there In search of tho ilo! vanishedor ships from Yarmouth's tide. passing Rrnsshopper, Is that of n set- downs, u feller Is still purty rich that's just suffered terribly,"" no; snips uoston nay. she says. "As my sufgot a good mother an' father t' go Your prayers bavo crossed tho centuries tled melancholy due to the certainty fering Vu3 co gnat, and wldo uo mashed p'tn-toe- s of fato nnd to the hereditary loss of back to. Ther halnt To this Thanksghlm? day! he had tried other remean' rdast turkey an' minced pie Ids Illusions. We pray to God with fervent lips. had us dies, Dr. anywhere else ou earth that Kin touch Tor, ever since tho days of the praise tho Loid today. Wo get Cardui. . . 1 bcjptn your mother's.. Her coffee Is generAs praj'ors aroso from Yarmouth ships, rntliers, the lives of countless g improving, and it cured Dut psalms from Uoston liay. generations of the turkey family lmvo ally purty bad.'but we won't say Ilczeklab Uuttcrwortb. me. know, and .my about that. I don't care how been cut short In their prime by suddoctor knows, what Carden nnd bloody tragedy. What would any feller Is gittlu' along, whether dui did for me, for my All Should Dc Grateful. he's sluglo or tied Uou,n, he leels a bo tho effect upon tho minds nnd nerves and health were knows he's got shock- hearts of n human family If every whole lot better if ho There Is something nbout the about gone." an olo home t' go b.iok to. O' course ed grain In the Melds, tho heaps of member of It for S00 years back had yellow pumpkins, the stubblo of the met a violent nnd bloody end Just upon your father halnt as gushy as mother but even If you did leave th' farm cut corn und wheat, even tho blue-gra- y reaching maturity? A pall would hang TAKE of the November bky which bends over tho nnnnls of tho house. Despair, Jest at a time when he needed you th' long most, lie's proud o' you. Jest as' low like n benediction tlmt speaks fixed nnd settled, would lie written 15iT?v Srfr'N as you don't usk father fer uny money, of nlenteousness. of fruition, of God's into the very constitutions of Its mem& th MM ...... ... 1.1 llm ll.liln,ll 4llllltV'0. bers, and llfo would become a burden, either directly cr thro' mother, he's m R1S uplifting of ull his crea- n curse almost too grent to be borne. proud o' you. giving tho VQ Mil iZUffl v iMfl 'S: tures' hearts hi praise. It must havo been that one of tho . Iiut mother Is th' one. She believes ta ca liiaix xsai' U1A l'llgrim Fathers, viewing the end of ever'thlng you tell her. She knows the turkey ns symbolic of that, of you have t' hurry away an' that where IMPOSSIBLE 1 man, wrote that cheerful ditty which you've been worklti' lias had t' close ancestors were accustomed to dowu till you git buck. You're her I onr slug In their gathering for divine worboy an' things cuu't git uloug without She writes further: " I you. ship: am in splendid health . , . (Copyright, Adams Newspaper Service.) years aro one eternal day, Thy can do my work. I feel I And must thy chlldicn die so soonT Minneapolis Journal. owe it to Cardui, for I was Universal Thanksgiving. in dreadful condition." Somo call November the dreary Joy In Thanksolvlno. If you are nervous, runmonth of tho year, tlio black sheep of It Is n pity thnt so few pious peo the 12; ami yet it is the month of down and weak, or suffer plo have learned how to partlclpnto from headache, backache, thankfulness, tho completion of tho In tho deep hnpplnuis that Is confruitage of tho year. In the woods eic., every month, try tained in thanksgiving to God tor tlio squirrels aro Industriously at work Cardui. Thousands of events that bring Joy or for happy among their last gleanings before cold women praise this medidays. If somo Joyous event comes weather sets in, their happy cine for the zood it has unexpectedly or long desired quite Jolnlug with the calls of tho done them, and many Into our. life, If father or son returns hluo Jays und crows and smaller birds physicians who have used from tho war, if coinalebcenco comes In tlio universal pacilu of thanksgivCardui successfully with nt last, If a victory Is won, how warm ing. In the underbrush uud lu the their women patients, for and generous then rUes tho Impulso meadows the mice, too, are harvestyears, endorse this medifrom tho soul's dep'hs to seek u ing, with their hearts full of gladness. Spirit whom ono cn:i thank for It. Uees aro buzzing over goldeurod uud cine. Think what it means all I nappy ho who knows then tho wild asters and other late dowers; tho to be in splendid health, way to the throno of God I Then tho quail that luivo escaped tho huuter Give like Mrs. Spell. vibrations of tho soul ilng out n Joy- arc llko' llutli, gathering tho last Cardui a trial. to God. This grains In tho farmer's ileitis ; whllo tho ous thanksgiving "Say, l'etlo sea dcro's some kids dut thanksgiving to him to whom In faith farmer himself and Ids boys are loadAll gits tuikey when It uiu't Thauks-glvln'.- " wo attribute tlio event gives It its ing tho golden pumpkins Into the big J 12 Hlgnlllcumv, gives it place In a vastfarm wagons to, carry nwuy for winter "Aw say yous knows wot ft Httr er, holy process, that is above all othstorage for uso by ljo,th the family and er tlilugs. l'etlo Is." the cuttle. called-"Prals- Tho white wlnpn folded, anehors down. n The lleet In line. Kalr rose the bills whero Roston town Should rlo from rloud.i of pine; Fair whs tho harbor, summit-walleAnd placid lay the sea. "Praise yo the Lord." tho leader yo tho Lord." spake he. "Give thanks to Rod with fervent lips, Give thanks to God today." Tho anthem rose from all tlio ships, 8a fo moored In Uoston bay. r&&r f5!ft5' s(!k vflII II- - 1 1 Daviess Laurel Spray, From the West, Is in Town Wearing a Straw Hat. In'. Co. Bus, College THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB A. Iva Nail, Prop. Incorporated OWEKSBOKO. KY. . HAKTFORD, KENTUOKX. w USELIV-VER-LA- X .. For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation. Feel right all the time. Don't lay ofe from work for days by taking calomel, keeps yof when pleasant Uv- - Ver-La- x on your feet, whilerelievingyourtroub le. Safer too, and easy to tako. Don take anything else. You can't afforo it. Eliminates poisonst cleanses sys tcm and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in ita actions, sure in its effect and certain in results. It won't bo long before Liv- - VcLax wiP completely displace calomel in everj home.i Children can take it ireely ant with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed, n 60c and $1" in bottles. None genuine without the likeness and sfena turo of L. K. Grigsby. For salo by t. H. WILLIAMS. - Hrtford Kr fto-ito- S8SKM;S&.ftSS gs,,' m- er I Healfe y About Gone 1 K lllv-wor- k I m S Used 40' Years m 1R W& E?B Hl-crl- m IB S uiiy-tlilu- 1 The iJA Woman's Tonic jgi r. o ci. 4jp - TJ- - K1 tm nsnn Sold Everywhere :j-jii- sz2A ce Wcsnan's Tonic - -- ra n raas pa&3,rci n i Succeed v.hcn everything else fiD. a In netvcui prostration and fcmals It they cro the Biiprcmi remedy, w thousands havo t:s:if.;d. S 8riMW-v.rivt?rP &jtllj .'J i vrT.-- y. S? i t rnn 4t Atr n V b ths tout modiciae ever over a drucgls"a counter. scliS "chee-cheere- Druggists bSreCTOS! FOIt PERSONAL HYGIENE Di'tjolvrd in vcter for douche top pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation, necomuiendcd Ly Lydia E. Plnhhnm Med. Co. for. ten yrrs. A dealing wonder for naal catarrh, tore tlirwtand toraoyci. Lconoir.icaL Mu ClUintduui tul itTObJJll puer. S'WlJ'r. 50c. : Jnjiiii. n i.n.iij If .mtj. ThrtoaloJtlCiaay.Ba..,ix..KliM. a which waa tho result et the primary lata tha ceatrel af tka atrsaa wha KSXX ( olection, and wfclok waa signoa bf 'received Mia MsalaaHen. The ders VIOtMI." 1SS Kr. IK, a tho oAoiaJa af hia partr, with tha nee ( the the castadlaa at Mia Ib nredle T. aad if It mast ba Had with ON ELECTION LAW eanaldato waa nominated by a con- county court dork aat lass tha days beforo Uio Naraenber alee-- M tha eaaakf alark, It aaraty becomes vention, bwt fcf rertieht, the chair-ma- n ( th cenveaUoa ua.ta entltlo tho oaaidat t hava tha dttur af Mia eaadldala ta da aa, ad aocre-lafomitted hU namo from Uie list ef a nlaco upon tho batlat la the laUar aa it la within hia newer and aader (Continued from First Page.) eaaaliatea aemlaatod, ta which list olooUon. An ocamlaaUoa ef subsec-tio- n his centred, and aa said la Brodle vs. ROR EVERY NERD 28, of Section 1SS0, wilt Uaak, soars, "If ha negtecU ta da thef corUAed, and tho omission wai mmltUlm AfltVlf show Uiat thoro la na differeaea aa, ho must hear Mia Iota." Tha Kentucky Statute, pr.r.de. that ..ML. Uio maanor by which tho hoi-d-af sabsaaMon 28, af Rectiea i,ruw- u"Not less than twenty daya boforo of a cortlflcato of nomination, by 1SSI, sapra, ara similar In Its recortlflcato had horotoforo boon election of such officers as are tho tho county clerk. Tim a primary oleotioa hold andor that quirement, a ta filing tha cortifl-eate- a roqulred to file tholr certificate of filed with tho af nomination, ta tha arovls- candidate sought a writ af mandamus . statntc, Is ta socuro the printing of nomination with tho secretary of ta cempol Uio clerk to cnuso bin namo tils namo upon the batlat at the No-- 1 Ions of Section 14 EC, supra, and woro stnte, snlil secretary of stato shall upon tho ballot, and vember election, and the manner iu adopted by tho loglslaturo in content certify, clo." It will be obscrvod. to bo printed elec- - platlon of the construction, which had sta- tho Court of Appeals, In donylng htm which the nominee of a primary that by tho provisions of theso tho rollcf nnd In discussing the ques- tlon, hold beforo tho enactment of the been placed upon Section 1453 nnd tutes, the time preceding tho election We have a larRo stock of good, durable Conipoailion KuMior whose duty It waa to file primary election law, could obtain n 1 !!!. supra, by tho courts nnd, it when tho certificates and petitions tion as to with place upon the ballot at the regular uppe.irs, that. If tho legislative adIloofiiiK . Note Uio bninds we hnvo in stock. Prompt sliipmcnU and the cortlflcato of nomination of nomination aro required to be Hiduction. Tho presont statute Is more lliorlty hmt hnvo desired to change best valui'j Tor tlie money, you tire certain of. ed with the county court clerk to au- tho clerk said: "Tho statu to makes It obligatory definite aa to whom tho certificate the construction whirh had been plac-sha- ll thorize the placing of tho name of a ho delivered than the Movent- - oil upon the former statutes by tho upon nil pcrsous, who desire to ho enndidnto upon tho Villot.s for an of "KMHISttKNCY" IUjoiIuk per square 51.IU 51..I8 $1.C8 candidates, at an election, to sec to ber election law. In that Section courts, relating to tho duty of tho ting ivllliln fli rlmlrn nf .1 I'lllllltV. was "KOIJDSVILLK SPKCIAI' Koolinj:. per s.uuro.. l.:;3 ls 1.C3 nomination , 1 153; supra, provided, Mint the of- - candidate nominated, to lllo his l.'Ji .in.,.,..u. iiv,.,i i ,, ,,mr.. ti,.-t- sutv it that their certificates of of tho party should certify tOjtllleate with tho county court clerk. 'or the necessary papers entitling , "OHIO COUNTY" Itoolins. per square l.M iMd ,lnv nrorpoilliic tho election and not names placed on the clerk of the county court the jit would have required u different de "HAIN-KOTIll.xifinj;, per Ptpiure i.o.r less than fifteen days theretofore, it j them to have their 2.IS the ballots to he voted are filed not nominations made by n prlmniy elec- - position to bo made of tho rorllfi-tlo- n will, also, be observed, that neither IJoIIih.; IGIbg.; cislita 551bs. held under their authority, whllo eate, when issued hut, instead, It re- days before tho elec of these statutes expressly designates, less than fifteen election law, now in' quired specifically, that tbo certlli-muIf they neglect to do this, they the primary by whom, a certificate of nomination Hon. force, provides that the certificates of lento should be Issued to the candi "Dl'PLKX" Uooflmr, per stjuaro suffer the loss." ....C'J.14 ?2.fl by a convention or primary election Iti tho same opinion, quoting the nomination, as the result of the pri- - date, entitled to the nomination fi.rilbs.; Wciglds 7Dlbs. Ktwmlil lut filer! with tho clerk of the of Section Since the enactment ., ,...,.. ,.iii,.iM. ii.. nvwih,'' latter clause of Section 1456. supri, mary election, where the candidate KUIIl'AOKI) UOOKINO," per sq. S'J.7G. Weight. .......--- , Vlllltl. V.JllltVJ auurl ..."expressly the court said: has opposition for the nomination, 1530, supra, In the case of Dobbs vs. of section 1157, supra, N'nil.s and Cement aro included in each mil of our Koofini;. These "If this language Is mandatory.the shall he issued by thu bonrd of can- -' Crocellus, 10G Ky. 153. William points out whoso duty It was under prices nre delivered at your railroad station if ordered in loU of u to tho persons who are received the nomination of bis that section to file a certificate of clerk had no right to placo appel- Suhseo- - party for representative, In tho legatin co rolls or more. titled to the nominations. with the secretary of .hints name upon the ballot to no nomination tion 26, of Section 1550, supra, from a district composed or ii Samples will be gladly furnished. It will pay you to place your Ftate, as that section fixed the duty voted at the election to be held present manner of obtain- - two counties, and where It was neces oilier with us. the candidate himself. In eon- - vember 2nd, 1909, hut if the statute vldcs tho struing Section 1456, supra. In the 'is merely directory, ho had the right Ing a certificate of nomination at a,snry for the state board of election' primary election, and what shall be eonitui3sioncrs to irsuc the ccrtiti- light of Sections 1453. I4r,4. ltr.'jjto put it on." Tho court, In tho opinion, however, done with tho certificate in order to cute of nomination, which It did, v.ul nnd 1457, supra, all of which are nominee to a placo on the Allen having failed to file his cert'-- , still In forco and unrepealed, except arrived at the conclusion as in Mil entitle tho " HU "' "' section, as nc.ue oi nomination wiiu me seen-Ion V. Center, etc., supra, that the j Incorporated to the extent of tho provisions made penuiuui to uiu qucsuun, i as oi siatc iiuriy uajs prccocui.. by them as to tho issuing of certifi- - provision of the statute requiring the8 JAKE WILSON, Mgr. FORDSVILLE. KY "e November election, the Court of cates of nominations by convention certificate to bo filed with tho Clorlc,'""4: 'Appeals hold, that he was not .u- two tlilnes not less than fiftoen days beforo the: "On tbo third day after the close i.rimnrv nipntinim. was mandatory and could of any primary nomlnatins election, titled to havo his name printed upou , woro definitely determined by the . judications of tho Court of Appeals, ,not bo avoided, and quoting from 15 thu county olectton commissioners ot,iie u.uiois 10 us una at iu .ocm-Uer CICCtlOa. onuh rauntv slinll nrnpcml In i. .1.1.,. I'vo ...i.ii. iIS, ,i.. IUU IHUTIOIUII fvy.. mww, wliom It In olil- 11IUI UIIO UL WlllUlt and of-- 1 hat e been se made, the certificates shall have tha "samo for .v.'w .v ..u. 23rd, 1914, Section feet" as tliOBu Issued by the board of 'of nomination shall be On Marcs "Statutory provisions In regard to tvass tho returns of ald primary elec-- 1 requiring tho cortlflcato of nomina- slened by tho Tho 1350, supra, was amended, and by t'auvasaori. In accordance witn sub- - chairman and secretary of tha govtion to bo filed with the county court tho tlmo of filing certificates of noml-- . tlon and tabulato tha same. pro- of tha votes for all offices one of its amendments. It was clerk not less than 13 days preceding nation ara mandatory, and a BCCnon 28, of Section 1510, supra. erning authrnlty of the party makior wuicu uio nomination papers ar viueu. mat, in in insiauces, wntu ,t ,ccin, ti,at ,y tno express provis-t- o ing the same, and shall he filed In the election to ontltlo the candidate cato otiorcu alter tuo umo umueu . roqulred to bo filed In the county there Is but one eaudldate havlne hi-- ,ou of iubsoctlow 3C( of Soetion liSO, the same manner as to certificates havo his namo placed upon the properly rejected." application and dceliration for a gu,,ra luc certificates must bo Iu Brodia V. Hook, 160 Ky.. 407. court clerk's office shall be on anoth-,c- ii Is mandatory, and if tho certi-- l ballot, of nomination at a primary elecis not filed through neglect of was whero a candldato had institut- - er separata sheet of paper for each place oa tha primary ballot, as & trolled by the provisions of Section tion." iididate for nomination, at the n-L- . an action for damages against the political party and shall ba filed in tSe candidate, tho omission is wlth-'e- d mpra, which expressly re-oIt will be observed, from this seccounty court clerk's offlce Inline-- , riralioa of the time for Cling appl!-'(lllrremedy. Tho other thing deter- - chairman and secretary of a conven-h- a llul 'tnoy bo flItd wIth tll8 tion, that the legislative authority and declarations, the officer.1 mined is, that It is tho duty of the tion, at which ho had received a nom- - dlatoly after tho canvass of the not jegs than nftot contemplated that all certificates of t. candldato to see that his certificate inatlon, for negligently falling to cer- - turns and tabulation of the votes by .with whom suth papers are a.d, Uay., 'prccotlin: tho November elec- nomination should be filed with tba ts filed with tho county court clerk fity his namo and to file his certifi- - said eloction commissioners; and cer- - thall issue to such candidate a cer-- 1 tlo'n secnon 145c, supra. Is In no county court clerk, at the time prewith tho clerk of tho county tificatcs of nomination shall imme- - ti'icato of nomlnatlm, which shall, Wfc0 cm,trarr to nor contradictory scribed, to entitle the name of the within tho prescribed time. In Hol-'caTho Court of Appeals, hold- - diatcly issuo to the persons receiving .nic the same "force and effect," nsj0f anr proyii,)n 0f Section 1550, nominee to be printed upon the bal- -' Ion V. Contor. etc., 19 It, 1134, cer- - court. tain candidates woro nominated at si ing that ho had no causo of action, tho greatest number of votes for tho tin- - certificate of nomination, pro- - su,,ra amj s gti n fUu force and lots. There is about four months, primary olection for various county among other things, aftor quoting ofilco for which they were candidates, uded to bo Issued by the canvnsslnir loff,,rt-- ' Whllo subsection 13. of Scc- - between the time, a clcrk of n counofflces, and tho certificates of their from Sections 1453 and 1437. supra, lAiid said certificate shall, not less olHcers, as dlrcctcti by subsection ,'ti, Hon 1550, supra, requires the coun-it- y ty court Issues a nominating certifithan fifteen days, next before the of Section 1550, supra This amend- nomination were Issued by tho chair- - said: clerk to keep 11 book and to enter cate and tho November election, In man and attested by tho secretary, "" which the general Xovem-- , nient directs the ccrtilicate of noml therein, on different pages of tho which time, tho nomlnnted candldnt "Tho law placing the burden of fil- of the conty committee of their par- - ing tho certificate upon Hrodle (tho " election is held, he tiled with the nuiion issued by the clerk to the can- - book for tho different 'political par-- . may die, remove himself from tha tv. Some of tho candidates Hied their rnniii,iti it u inriinihnni ,m him tn couaty court clerk. Such tabulation dlduto. who thereliy Docomos the cus- - tie?, subject to the provision of the county, lie adjudged a lunatic, Tir a cortltlcates with tho County Cler.'c see that his. certificate was properly of vo,es tor nominations for candi- -' todlan of it. nnd tho duty Is Imposed )aWi tho titlo ,)f the oMlco 8UR,t,and vacancy iu the nomination might more than sixty days before tho reg- - filed, and though Haswell and ICIuch- - (Ultes for omce' wliose nomination upon Its holder, to do wliatovor the nnmp all(J rcs,icnco of each enn-ul- otherwise occur, ot which the clcrk election; others of them filed oloe voluntalrly agreed to file his Papors aro now or may hereafter be thereafter Is required, to entltlo his '(,(mt for n omaton t10 pr. would not havo Information or havtheir certificates of nomination less certificate for him and attempted to required to ne nicu in mo omco 01 name to a place upon tno naiioi n- - mry ,t.ctin, the namo of his pollt- - ing information of tho facts, they than sixty days, but more than llf- - do so, it was still incumbent on hlin,tIl secretary of state, shall be made tho November election. It Is true. ,cu, art . uni, tu, Uato of rocovB mlghthc such as ho was unfit to deteen days bofoio tho election; while to see that proper certificate had been 0I1 onc separate sheet for each po- - that this amendment dors not spocl- - hl! pcton a,i subsection cide correctly. If required to put others fulled to filo their certificates fllod. Tho primary duty resting up- - ''"leal party, and shall be Immediately fically requlro such certificate to b- - J5 of St.ctlon ir,r,0, ,:,. requires upon the bnllnts the names of canfiled with tho county Court thu comy colirt cerk, twenty days didates to whom certificates had been until within less than 15 days liefor.; on him. ho cannot complain that his transmitted, under seal, to tho retary 01 state in uno manner as 0111- - cicrK, uni 11 proviues mat 11 sunn berre tho ,,rmi,ry election to mak Issued as much as four months pretho election, and others failed to filo friends, who acted voluntarily for election returns are transmitted to have Just tho "samo force and effect" ,)Ubiicatlon of tho names of all per- - vious to tho election, without subtheir certificates at all. The Court him, did not sooner discover a niis-'e- r of Appeals held, that the provision take, which ho himself did not dis mm. un tno lourieentu uay alter ias ine certincnie na, wnicn is usucci 80n, wbo aru candidates for noml- - stantial evidence, such as the SHdc sucu primary nominating election uc ur mu noarii 01 election commisnoii- - nauni a,i tho offices, which thev of the certificate would produce, that of tho statute, requiring tho certi- cover, ot' election commissioners ers. A certificate issued by the board jaro ai.'MuSt the law, no where, o the nomination to bo filed not le&s than fifteen ficates was not vacant, conTo filo a certificate of nomination stat0 boar1 n,cet at tho capital and canvass (of election commissioners has no forco ;po.e, Ul() duty upon 10 ckrk of maV. fusion would probably be engenderdays beforo the election was manda with county court clerk as 'ti, tory, and tho candidates i,Jtho roturn's of said primary election or effect In getting the name of the!,.,,, anr reconl of tho cortincntes ot ed, by having upon the ballots tba who had failed to do so were not entitled to ject' 0Vldently means no more nor 'that havo boen cortlfied and filed with 'holder placed upon the ballots unlnsfMOIIlInatloil whlch ho ,8 caItl, upon names of men, who wcro not then secretary of state for all officers It Is thereafter filed with the county t0 Is,uo umlor subgccton 3, of Soc. tho nominees and not entitled to have their names printod upon tho icss'than t0 deliver It Into the custo-!tn- e ballots to bo usod at tho election, al- - dy of tho clork accompanied wlth'whero tho rctur,1B aro required to bo court clerk but when ?o filed It does Uon i550( 8l)rn nor Ig ,t anyWhore places upon tho ballots. though It held that tho provision of ,,. rnmn,,n,t'nn . i, ,iri, w.f n cettlfied and filed with tho secretary I havo tho force and effect of he shall bo n custodian Ilcneo tt is concluded that the w,w -" t ii i. " l"u tne statute, wnicli provided that tho (losIro 01X tll0 part or tho candidate. ul Blavu '" a" ,",'" ntlr.l n.nin, l., at.,. n..... ..r !. 1.nl,ln. rt e ..f ui, . n,iit Iftpn ton until after they plaintiff, II. G. Daniel, nnd the other upon tno naiiots to no useiraru nk,(l wlth ,,,, by tho caIl,iIdato nominees in whoso Interest ho shim. certificates should not he filed more tbat lt bo nlca. Tll0 mcannB ordi- - entltloa to participate m sucn mary nominating oiectiou; ami uuor ai tno muri; nveiuner eiucuon. than sixty days preceding the elec- tho rca8() of tho requirements all having fulled to obey tho manda tion, whllo It should bo obeyed, was a clcrk of a colJrt (s that tho omcer they havo completed tho tabulation could scarcely beany reason present- - of 8bHUCtoii 13, aro fully shown by tory provision of the statute, which not mandatory. In that case the shall endorse thereon over 'his slgna- - un'1 canvasB of tho returns of said ed. why tho nominee holding a ccrtl-- 1 requirements of subsection IB. While, roqulred them, in order to hnvo their court said: ,8 '"s,81'"' ul"1 l" legislature '.'i names printed upon tho official balT" V , , turo tho date and fact bf its filing, ,'",,, . . ., 10 nuiuieiy tunny V uiumuiiu, a primary uiucuoii. uy .mu mum or- -.i11 intend to require a vain nnd use lots, ti3 candidates at tho November "But tho two appellees, who did but it tho clcrk should fall to make 'inot .,,, .. . Ioss to bo ,, as ,, woul(. a. election, to file with tho clcrk of tho not filo their certificates at all were such an endorsement, novertneiess and thev shall issue to that candi canvassers, snouiu uo required, in . ' der to get his name placed upon tho peari thal tho flIlg wlth tho c)erk county court their respective certifimanifestly not entitled to havo their .i. V.UI ,in-.,- . "" Ul nuu" I'"-i. UIVU )., I.WU "' nin.i It HU ttlltVVi IIUUIU MU names put upon tho ballots. Nor. In temnlatlon of tho election law bo- - tho h,Best ""nber ot votes for tho ballots at the November election, to of a ccrtl,icatc 0f nomination, which cates of nomination, not less than was a candidate, filo It with tho county clcrk. not lho llrtd tlurofro, lMUed and dollver- - fifteen days preceding the election, . as much as thoro aro obvious reas- wll,... tho ca,,didato ha8't)re. omco for which ho certificate of nomination, which cor-- 1 less than fifteen days beforo tho elec- - ,,,, to tho camU(mt0( wouUl bo; but was not entitled, under tho law, to ons for requiring tho certificates of sunte(1 lt accompanied with the ra. each nominee to bo filed not less uest that u bo fllod bo Uas per. tlflcato slall. not less than thirty days Hon, while tho holder of a certificate u can bo truly fiad( ,f u was ot ,ho havo a mandatory Injunction against l,loxt hetoro tho day on wll,ch tho;of omlnlltlon' l33UC1 b' t,ie clerk duty of tho candidate to filo with tho tho clork, requiring him to placo than 15 days beforo tho election. formed Is dty and 'has dono all . woro tho two. who failed to comnlv '..,.... i. . ,1,. 'Bcnorai isovemoer election is neiu. of a county court, thirty days beforo clorki ,)t less tllan flftecn dayg beforo their names upon tho ballots, nnd i.,.. .,i with that provision, that we regard aild ho could roaulro the clerk. by'b n,01 ,n tho 0"lco of U, Bccrctary tno primary election, snouiu not io'tllo election, his certificate of therefore tho Injunction Is dlssoU- to file his certificate with 'natn, whlcll lmd thertoforo been mandatory, so entitled. Tho samo pr0j)or legal proceedings to receive r stat0- od. county couit clork, to obtain a 8utld t0 ,,,, by ,ho Cork and II will be observed, that tho pro- tlu reason doo.i not, howover, apply to .xud to properly endorse It, or to All tho mouthers of tho Court of certificate waa not meant for any Appeals snt with mo In hearing aud visions, of tho foregoing section, re- - placo upon tho ballot. tlmt one, who filed his certificate j,itlC0 ll8 ,laino upon tho ballots. moio than sixty days beforo tho elec- tj,0 primary erection law and Its I1" tho board of olection conunis- - Subsection 3C, of Section 1550, purpose, except for tho candidate to passing upon tho motion, and all con'carry about In his pocket, It would ho cur In tho Conclusion reached, except tlon, becauso If It was actually Iu po3- - nniondmonts, which now constitute "loners of tho county, where nomiua- - supra, provides as follows; aro for offices for which tho bebslon of thu clerk not moro than section 1550, supra, and Its 37 sub-'tlI- ls "Kxcopt a3 horcln othcrwlso pro- - a very vain and useless thing to Chief Justice Settle, who dissents to sixty nor loss than fiftoen days before sectIons, provides, in somo instancos, nomination papors aro requlrod to bo primary elections under this,quIro tho clerk to Issue to him such so much of tho opinion as holds, that tho election, It is not material whero (iiffront method bv which the can- - fl,etl ,n tho county court clerk's of- - act shnll bo conducted substantially .a certificate of nomination, and still It Is nocessary for a candidate who It may havo been kept or lodged iu d,jato must sccuro a certificate now provided by law in caso of bo required to placo tho namo of tho was nominated without opposition ot.flce to Issuo certificates of nomina-,ii- a timsn'lion to tho parties who receive tho i regular elections. Any omission in candidate upon tho official ballot. As aud whoso certlficato i)f nomination tho meantime." tu,, !.,, tin fn- With rofurenco to knowledge pos- - provided by tho general election law, nominuiionk, nun, in iiibiamus, wiium tins act shall bo supplied as nearly i said In Hollon vs. Center, etc., supra, has been Issued by tho county court certlficato of nomination Is tha clcrk, to fllo canto with tha clerk, sessed by tho clork with regard to which theretoforo, controlled thu l" nominaiion paperb ie roquueu as practicable from tho statutes gov-'th- o "'ovldonco, which Is provided by logls- - fifteen days preceding the election, by to be filed In tho office of tho secre ernlng tho November elections. adopted tho primary election aud its results, method ho to .section H&c. supra, is a part or tno muvo nuuiuruy m u.o cwris oi me In order to bo entitled to have his tho court, in the cahu. supra, said: ja candldato to securo the prlntlns wry oi swie, uio mam uuaru oi uieito Justify him In placing the namo printod upon thu ballots to bu govornlng the conduct of recu-co- rt "Tho thing intended to bo done of his namo upou tho ballots to be tion commUslonors imibt Issuo a cer-jiaby tho two sectlous (1453. 145U) In used at the icgular electlou. Under tlflcato of nomination to tho candi- Jlnr' November elections, but by reas- - namo of tho candldato upon tho bal- - ured, at tho November election. political party receiving on f aubsectlon 36. of Section 1550, lot at tho November election. A Judgo Carrol concurs In tba cubo of a party convention or a pri-- j tho former law. a certlficato of nom- - 'Iat of each reached; and Is further of tho tlie'lnatlnn. rosultluc from tho holdliiR the highest number of votes, and, In supra, tho primary election law ana coon reason is lounu in uio aiatuie marv election, is tho nrlutliic on respective ballots the names of tho of a primary election, was signed by ,no llrhl instance, uio cariminie ui tho law, theretoforo, in force, govern-- 1 for requiring tho nominee to file his opinion that Daniels on account of candidatusof wlimo nomination tho the olllcors of tho party, under whoso nomination must bo filed with the Ing the conduct of tho November elec- - certificate of nomination with th his lacliM was nut entitled to huve county couit clerk has proper and authority tho primary election was couuty court clerk, not less than ft- f- tlon must bo read together, and such county clerk, not less than fifteen his name printed on the ballots, but satisfactory uvlduneu. Hut tho on- -' hold, whllo a certificate ot nomina- - toc" days preceding the day of the, omissions, as may be in tho primary days before the election, nnd not he dissents from so much of the opinly modo provided for showing tho tion obtained as tha result ot a pri- - November olection, and, In tho sec-- olection law, must ho supplied from nuwr than sixty dnys, although fie ion as holds that It is necessary for fact Is a certlficato of tho presiding marv olection, under Sectlou 1550, 'od liibtance. with tho secretary of tho law govornlng tho November elec- - same certificate had been issued to a candidate who was nominated withless than thirty days pre-jtas nearly as may ho practically the candidate by the clork. Subsec- out opposition to file' with tho clork officer and secrotary of such conven- - supi'a, and lt subsections, must be Voyers. ir.r,tlnti 5, of Section 1550, supra, pro-tlo- his certificate before boing entitled vs. done. Heitxmnn tion, or In caso of a primary elec- - blgnod and Issued by tho board of .ceding tho November election. ThU 39. llenco, In thoabHenco of any vldcs, among other things, as fol-o- f to hnvo his namo on the ballots. by tint chairman and secretaiy election conunlsslonors ot tho'county, statulo U ns mandatory, It Is charac-jKelec- - lows: J. S. Glonn and G. I). Likens, ot h county or district committee of if tho candidate for thu nomination tor, as Section 1150, supra, us re-- 1 specific provision In tho primary particular party. And that main had opposition, at tho primary; or gurds tho tlmo nnd place of tho HI- - tlon law directing what shall ho dono, "That when a vacancy occurs aftor Hartford, Ky,; Hon I), ltingo, Owons-hor- o, the other-wa- s Ky Attorneys for I'lulntlffa, and ebbeuttul fact, iu dur opinion, by the clork ot tho county court, if Ing of tho certificate of nomination. ' with tho certificates of nomination, any nomination by doath or W. P. Sandldgo, Owonsboro, Ky; Un- - To Issuu to one a certlficato of uom- -, which aro Issued to tho uomluees by wise, tho govornlng authority of such not Intended by tho legislature lm hud no opposing candldato. to be bhowu iu any other vay; oth- - der the former law. as we have seen. Inatlon can havo uo meaning, except tho county clerk, In accordance with party may provldo for filling such M, I,. Ileavrln, Hartford, Ky., Attorof nomination subsection 3, of Section 15C0, supra, vacancy and making such noniiua-J- y neys for Dofendaut. erwlbr. tho pl.iu adopted for proper- - it was tho duty of the candidate to that tho certificate Thomus v. Thomas.Aralcus Curiae, out, slgued aud put when thu" btatute-- prorldes, that tuey tlous. and when such nomluutiouu rf uomluatlon, must bo mado pUelut: beforo tho cloctorb candi- - fllo bis certlficato ITS. HIGH COURT dalos U bo rotted for weald ren- V Hk, oa Rubber - Roofing Roofing that Lasts Longer Roofing that Looks Better Roofing that Costs Less JI....aJ ..lf SI.., "". ,w sra, pra-Tlsio- or I cer-ficia- V ! I st ly "SI-AT- e:i-le- No-upo- pro-jlatui- c, "'". "" Fordsville Planing Mill Co. ui.-jia- ry ,i ' m I certifi-(tabulati- 1 ! eon-ffca- to ut ts li. to '". ar Im-h- ,.i, c.,f, pro-,B,ia- ... ... - "-- . ,tti,,i i.ni., ,r ';",,"' I i, '' requlr-n,r(lvidod.th- at 1' ,,, .i,i ... su '" " i '"' ' noml-rcqulr- ed Is-t- ,.,-nti- w con-elusi- on nt n, n, y.