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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY
Subscription $1 per Year
VOL. XXV.
HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912.
No. 13
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ED MORROW
ON THE STUMP
Bradley's Champions Find
Cold Reception.
250 At Meeting and All "Bull
Moosers" But Fif
teen. I'-Mntisvllle. Ky., Oct. 8. The Uqpuh
Hcans of Johnson County now kno,v
whrero to get off." This Is thi etprus
nioti tymt ot, l'wirs doiwis f lime
ivory day and ovwi more fruquqiitty
ik tlie address made here n bo
half of Taft atul tunlpn,tt'im l'i' lu,K5
lilwOt I. Morrow and iWUIiuii AWWi
at tha otmrtlMiurc.
Some of tliu "nUiulivitteiv," l'ad pre
tXjoI '1 ,'Juxi reeord-hrealsinic omwd
wqu)1 Kni' .tlio iiijKlity iMorrnw hScii
tur Ilradlcy'3 rnht iIkuhI nrin iitul one
of tthu liv Klin1" of tlm slriJjtyriodTii.ff
llrudlpy li:Uiifk in Kentuol.y. V.U'Sir
lrpfs wi-re hlustod, liowevi.r, wIimi iii
tuiiljuvo of my ilioiit ITii) ;turniiil out
nnd Al of gliuij tint fifteen wore Hull
Slower! , ,
In o'.rlklni; contrast to tit Hull
llutiy' (nvjixritu; Iiltc a m m'jti ngi.
nlmo-t tin iMitliniiini was nit iwu ivln
Morrow mule tils upKii,1. JiiiUco Mor-'
..... .
now in ulo no ;i.ttomit to Oil)ira VwifiJ
siimi'i ,mi lil diu.uvr., lint lull."! ilm-i
K'f , iVit'i talis iinte-il'i?!,11"' S'yl" "f
tWii m,iiVf to the nontinu'H nml ipKij""'
iof 1i- ltnl Mikwo mvlicjict.
!! luil mute only f"'"' r-'inirks(
wiin!i vj itnok jn t''e wIm mlirtitjitii
tliat Ik? ttii f.Klmt on iitnli'jice of
Antxvmi tutiKOij Ui.'v. liilcvo .In iTTTtt? -done
llo33ilL. Tlys uliunmul (lie whojo
couro of ilils mllWnsind (He Aiinlto-'k
to pyitli tlie pawnoim of tlfi iit'iun
tn'.n 'T. m-a'l.ns cJu. widAl Kjorl
of It'pntillrein -jvirHj- jn tlm lua
jitil c intjil ifiiltiK of its nntiojitinoes 'f
.tlio prcon,t. JikIku Monx,w eii.ljsi!i'.nl
H'.nv-;f ils a litiUSiii'liim.rjiin, (wluvi lie t tlio L'niyM tafin imiyt lias r?ocf,vM
r.vsi. 1 tl Uio Ooodt of l.iiiHn, OarfpM official notice, in tli form of'i cr.
and Mclvlnlry, Siml nvi.de ti p-iIiHn'-lf cujnr, after Nowmlicr 1 wJU oilst for
"PJWtd 'ti .tlie I!iil Mooser ito ,ionie a term of pcfii ycpr.
back n,'.o .tlio fold. Too- 0L1I term or eivlislmtwit was fr
H-s iii,UMiitit to cunncct Kcxwfvelt only tjnvu yir, ujid tlie n.;w M.-JieJ-th
rjm re fl.wm f ;tfi Smite iij,ij nwro tJian (Vubliw t'10 ajn
l'rotiJnK Cal1lnllt..K, -wljf w oain- I lawyer t umler tlie nqw n.ct o,nly four
P-Msn Miti'llnition.s of Ilarr,m.ui. iMr. . ytra of t'io een are to be BorvM
Kui Krjck find rerklns wvm iKitlilmj uiulor tjie fj.i unlis tlie iivjji tiia,y d5
alioi.t of .UiuivoriMiH. AM the time he re ,M) do ui, Tlio QLlter tliraa j-oirs
,iwai ila.nis .hjit lite pooMe n n iil.;ic
yiuaro and on the strq (ts wqiv rcfJinjf
in .V-.2 iiPWkun' of the vlitljcntjoii
of Koosovelt bafore lio Prtb.itg tjoin.
mlttec.
At frequent ,lntorials t'" 'Pilik r
firew omotloniil, n:lu,'p(d His Iiimiiii 1th
his hauls .bua-stcd of the dlict livlte.ror itho wnen as threr? of tkrvse can
had aVn-.ya been n Itnpuulicnn. The be npoitt at liom?, wliJi n-dmvs tlio
outburrtH of applause that ffns'pil Uim
wnro few, lo,w, anl f.ur liotwevn. A
TaCt tpulpurjtcr, by rtrevloiut arrttnite
mNvt, ivwl ItJi-n Placpvl on tli,o p'lUtfoni,
4PaT Morrow with pi wHeil tonuili of
utwpperg-lif ciet as MlileX-rooijer jn
tho cheerinu. It uaa mn,tiia,,- ,t,o l-iii
to Ha Xretiii'iU rariinr on nir-by
table while fjio Uujl iltoive uuiilcn
mllMl in tUelr ,sq-ita.
JIIo (JUirjix at Judna (Morrow's attempt
ca,mo rt,t tlietilosoof Iti-ft dfttHvli. Hfl had
Jurt .taken 1ns ';it, wHwn it ie Dull
.Moose mqiuitociietv 'annuo nnd Mi'il:
"May I ngk "in a ntuyttmn?" ,
"Certainly," Nald Morroiw. 1
"You aro u Un,itod .SHalm Disrj'.-t
.Attorney?'
"Yes itilr," rtMipntcil Morrow.
"Appointed by Taft?"
"Yes sir."
"Tdiat'j ml J waatcri t know," biHl
tlm bltr mountaineer, liy Uio titiKivice
cliecred lustily. As 11 wjiojo, Monmw'a.
speech Mim lumlojfd afltiT llnwo p,f hi
beau ldcuj. Soiuttor 'llniflley, and lie!
drqcted lijs ejioin ifiwutll Jtfimtvoi-.
,Wm. AVuliib's kiwuvli W11(J ;Usiurl
by itfl vfllume of noiso, rfiM'vr than 'jV
deiMli of (u-j;umuit.' lie fj'oko ivrly
two Ikours. 1
Wlien Iho.iHio "aamisi litems" lul
flnilJlhci their rcmnrks, jH(l M'ulijj, u
I'rosrfs-lve, uml mertliiiji.t of Haunts
vjll, n-dlltiixl that jho iiuilloU'u wlia of
Uull Miyt uxtiliolloti, tyiil mule n
h'lorl, lipjijiy sl""-.'li, wilijrti AtiUKht
tlio crowil Tlio ovr'itu of tho Mor,rov
rally afu Bl'Bmflii'-int. lli'rhiifim lOnun'y,
lias loos b-'ii a rnck-a;JJ)(l,bii,aiJ i-rillufilo Veneer Conuuvr,, M
IteoubJicuiiJm -"jil 4cntun.JvJ, and fo - Iluf fajo & .Kuiehaatnr tna,ln,.niJ
msrjy rcIUird u Itquumiixvi pn&ojrlty Uuffalo & Itoclwr ltraiu,,7.1
of from l.oou (o J.uOO.'
Eijoyable leuaion.
lait Sunojiy Opt. Ctli wa M.ra. ,J. L.
C(il((iii.in's birthday, ulio hepn fjfty-oie
yinrs ot ..'ijr', itJi'l ume of liar miny
frir"iiils Iptvu Jit it fttrjirlju iljim 'r,
A limit n o'cjiifk iUtte a numbor of
o)d peopo anl old frj'inU ilrid Mthrf
i'cl n nnd u(Ur m,iny luipply gratings
ami ,tho ftJicw-Mi of former liy 'awn;.
!i,,,:,:,,l!ui:u1:":::urr,.J,::ri,'!:1Lake to Gulf-Road Men
llov. O. UontoM, wo ato -lr.nor
JfiUr ji Uio iUy wo i"Ml nmne fftmlvo
lit uiii-ftc an1 jfHiio iftLtel""- fi.k y
-.... .. .1... T.,l 1...il.R,. ...l.m n.nin..l
n iiiiii in ,tiii fiiii iiii r in it.-ii w nil st iiiibii .
to ;iik tii mirit irwu .ttiom uvsr -
im.iw, nftir whMj w Ciad a .song ami
a ivnujar old Joviefoast nnd UlKtkina of
lojula then for it qlpsmg iwig wmi( "In
liofivvji we'i nef.r r.iy (rood lt)f?' ami
we dispersed fooling Urait t vti no J J
io oj ,perc.
l-Vir wiMit of npfitc wa nrs pompllea W
omy ,tlio mifU'vi or t!a irps,!nt. .
Jl Wl O"
I Ttnrtnn T D Man Mf
Lexington i. k. men meet,
Loxlnifton, Ky.. Oft. ! 5.-.tfnKton
I'irivjrivies iinot tcyl.iy .for punpiaj of
Irnmiont on?i.ii!KyJon ami llatonfl IP
nil rul ln.j ) lltinry T. l)un(.in, Jr.
Tlio ticuro -itoii, of IjxtJn,ton( miny
of hJiihii fnWir ol. Ito'J'uvi'it, will
muet next Vliif.viVi.y xlslit nt t'10 Vro-Krp-tJe
liiiuliUin r it un;.tnixc.
An appeal ,to tilta l'ror(j4)lvc f lix
liijsV1" '"vl liycitii,o Uouit' ua (imii.vI
n wli-li !iJ w n uriinl -1 ultori!i3
Hin I'll im to dJio ciiiii,i.:i.mi fuml,
T,li liu- res st.ntion of lTw(Mv
in ljJUilll t jfiintul to ami t1"
h it,'numt 1 ; iri'd ,llie Itocwievujt Mkjo
1 Hitll 1.irili .ihj il.liit .f fl'ifl
' ' 1"
luuijiicky In Novnnltqr.
i
ENLISTMENT PERIOD
IN ARMY CHANGED
Four Years of Term in Actual Ser
vice and Three Years Sub
ject to Call.
OwensJiofo.
Ky.
O ot; 8. S?rwa'ii
Jaiiolis, Jooi rivruit;ns
fifMcitr for
nvty be npmU at lioino .but aj,wa-s at
the r.-i,ll-of the wtr dqjvmom nc. Wlillo
tlio nw o!vlHtm?nt 1 oner t.ltan tlie
old, It js n,at tiouKht foliat if. wijJl make
anj- (tfferenco n tho .number of flrst
class recrultH, 'as vthoae rcajb' ilerlr
lns to vrve would no,t mnfl fln;!ii,jtiin(
number ito only
four ycura actual
servilqe, 1Iquvlt .the circular wrirns
those In t'i recriiirtjry; HerM;oa tint
theie win lw fome troubje untjl tho
nAtu.re of ,t;he jiciv mliainent s vfully
understood aad (na,trupts rnm to r?-
double ,thqir I cftora
In npuxinjf re-
crults. 1
T.ie jiew term of en,lt.s,tiiient ' ils
not affoct tlvoe already jn (lio .service.
Any man in itho" aenice crin now ro
onlli't for only t),reJ J'WS and as
ni'iny othor tlirea year enlistments
as ho disiros, providing ,lwy pro pon
tluuous. Also t't wiw cnllistmcnit -in.
structlmig do not go JnjtiO nffiiut until
Nowmlior 1, o taio enlli'jnjr feifo.-a
that time aro compcItiil to ajrAie (tiltroe
years only 1 1
Straw Vote From East.
iUlffalo, IN. Y., Oct. 0.Straw wtos
takoji Jn Itufalo .InilUfstiunl iitabllUh-
ment,s ahow that the liworkinn? fnun uro
U-H' Alt stronttly for Roaevplt.
Jn tho works ot i,1io AlmenJican Itfvlja-
t""" OoJiiipany, 3,200 nmn wt-ro askod thol"
pivquces, wid 2,70 1 canw put for
lloosex-olt. In itlw C. Jvllmos J'iiMklng
Company, S93 of the 403 ino,rkars (woro
for .tHo Oulanot I,'oJlo1w;mff a,re othar
pall: i
I Jt-isJ. iWH
I iM01t-T.ift.n
larklu S,oap C. .(jaf.fleo 1
toruo) JIM
ICiiiiitzmanu I'iauo jfaiifw. . "I
Neiw York Stool p'wnt , , , ,Jt"
0
li 3
27 1 i'l
0 3
Smftli '& Uavls inurmpe 11
H
12
12
11
C
1
Cill-stal Iteofth boat ,,,.',. 41
I.-ike Slioiw train tti
liockport truflvy car 62
Uuf,ta.lo Sutlioru mllroo,'!.. V
FARMERS FOR
GOOD ROADS
Form Organization
1 Will Link Three States With
One Of Proposed
Routes.
MiinirtJlli CnTO. Ky.. Oct. 6.-.TI10CO1
VnwJon con,f,wous tiiuliwty
jtliroUgi, n,ilanii, Kentucky and Tcnns--
s.-e, vl.li 11 nit network of UtvriM f'!-
cra ,i"kinK a!1 ot t" tounrjps oftlir.)
(stntcn, jh mw amiiitiu kp4 tM-a,m
.,,,.,, r, , iw-wj.e.auit O00.I Jtncula
AMH(fj,tlon, orsnnjzctl nt (tjw conv?n-
Hon li.'re UMlay, wJJ trlie upcoirJiitf;
to rfniIiti(JoiiM niiojeil a (c annetiK.
TVic I'omiilution of 11 thorou'ilifnrj lp!k
tvj tin? citiNs of InJ.iji,piijs lj'Jls
ville uivl N.wlivlHf?, i Wie ifiai; tftinii
ui j'i3 prnam of tlie nowly-f irmuJ tin
ki.'.um;oii. Tlie torniifii-iry oranlvion qf an en
tfjrprit ) vat couJJ not lie -,)nl-"-
tl upon th day of its lilrtli UxiIj-
vUle gml enVMH.t ,lowwwt
were il intcil' by AUaVitnn,t)hn ito 4Iio two
lsi,on tlLU'id by .fj'ie tcliierjns; lel?-'j
Bi'-js. I'citlleton IJacKity, ot Iannis
Vllle, and II. U. Itrtm,stiy, qx;r(tniiy of 1
the Ujiul-svillo UitnniobUe Clu,b, wire
un.in,iii(tusy mlioson pnctsilcnjt tuid is;ro.
tary, ronixi'lwly, ot j!ie psrwltiun.'
T.he Itiurd of dlruulor lkh will,
diirrt 'tlia aff'.ra of tlio asjojutlon
and ,wlH tcmist of four inon fr,oni ea.-"li
Sji-u", wJU bj elected la,to nt sipor.ite
mffci'iiUBM ll?ld In Indiana, Kpiituekty and
Tciiins?e itlio (UiCJ of whilt Jave not
yq. Iiwi dedisnated. The ubogce n.f 11
triva.une,r, w,ko ,wiu bo .undjr n diMvy
bind, will follow Wio lumjoiutnionit ot
tlie diivcMttatc
About M sad roata on tlm sjasts .from
tbo itliree State fjoek ipan,t tn ifhrijuunuli
ins of the project. Of Unjajnipre thin
li" mwo from LoulavJlje. NjiwIivlH1,
and Intyanartollg cnnie next wr.ih lpir.0
dolcifatlong and otlier cijtii inJ tjqwns
in ICCiivtucki-, Iudjana and Tiannessa-i
furnislie.d tlio ronial)id.er yof trtvo wim,Mn
tln uiiora. TImj 0'rccntae X farmors
wlio will I'ruClt moat by roarl work waa
about one-Uilnil of the fplfi n,t'?ftdWi
Tii! mayiri'ti' of be jlolrgnites mnia
to the eonventloinln aujlopioblicg aout
I0 of wMcli woi parkd on fcjio CavOj
"fl'-'l Krounda thl jnorntnB. LpitHAvillo
' 1&I 1.. fl.k (.,.,..1.-... nt aihb .i-Aann nd
In :lema,t!i( t''eJ"e beiog abojul forty j
oars orrsoxt from Ithu mct,rofioUs of
Kentuck'. .NnsHvilie ranked Hei'-ond
in he inwaber of cars iStint o tlie
m,etijns. I
Tli automobilos, louVyi wj,tli enitihus;-'
astlc tirlvocuitca of lx-ia,r roads begxtn .
arrivj,njf at tho Cvve curly yftjtexday
aftejnpon and conilnued ,to arrive nn-!
til ilHtfl lnt nliiht. A tew hs-laited oars
wliich hud had .tiro trou,bie arijl rather
ntj'nor grievances or lioxselcpw tnave),
rqaf'ied o'' prounilis tlJay. A ftr,tiire
of alio greait run to tlio Oave js tlio
fapt that not a Inglo Ojocldi.nif oc
curred, dmlto .tiie fat fiksf; ifcho roads
loadjvf IP lti'5 cavern were crowded wlft
veliiipinj, driven at rapid upoed oyer
poor rends.
Tlm bus.lnoss nteqtinsr wais cnlled t
order u,t 9 o'clock t'l nvornjUiir on the
second floor of the liqtol yffi abo,ut 5
pen-oils iinesiiit. Ur. It. Ljndsey Ho
und of l4uisvllo Qliaimiiin or tho
ariungeimantjs for lio 'inqatlns. acted
as nlui,lriiuiii of tho cun,van,tion.
Dr. iJeit la. Uruaqr weloant?d ithe. vll-toi-B
in bohalf ot ,?jhe Goverinor and or
blJ,9 SpXo of Kentucky, ard Jro,n;.'a
tho iC,Oiopeiutlon ot tlvl Stpie in any
flrttiao-wurtby good roafls lrpj'lt wihjcli
mlsUt iho the outcomo ot ?i!u ;neqtm;.
Dr. .UriuiAr atd ospee.iol Rttv?,3 aip,ou t'U
iictid iter liuiimcitijous L'o-opruti;on b
twoen tho puojilo of ti'yo qltlos and
thoso of tho rural djatitiptu, doA'firin;
tliat i'io farnvars aa a cja,, wu,U iroi't
mora by t'io coiwtructijqn of food, Toad
titan any othens un,d itha,t (bor ihiti'''
WJJ uro ublutJy escntjaj o tfin
run (luv!luumtt qf ha axrjicuHuril
S rmouroos ox tlio SOiutli. ,
Will Ship Stock.
The (A. IS. of K. Coutmlbtiie will
I l'l! at,'-k I from liwior XXxfn Mamiiy
Oct. HUi. 'I'.irtliy fVcislriaijtf to uUp
3u , will MAo
j uotjfy (ilw Coimti!,tsaa at
T oiioe.
a L. BiTVHNS, .
la. h. TiqttuNqu.
ji. ,t. yoivrun,
AMv.
BIG GAIN Fill!
NEW PARTY
1
Many Encouraging: Re
ports From New York.
Straw Vote Taken Shows Wil
son Second and Taft
Poor Third.
Jnuiltfort, Ky.( Oict. 8. Wdlll'im K
Laww.m, state cliAinnati at itlio ;Prosr3-
ivo iprly, todny nt fj t1"-1 local ilvoaJ-
quajfL'tx of tlie ornn7.a,,lon u coipy cf
a tl?Ktiin irecciiipi from Joseph DlNon,
ChatPnon Natlonpd Cyomiuiittec, l'liloii
ttatt-s npcordjiig o ijlie t,nw vote nB
tfik'tijin New York Itowiovlt f irnl
tig Ulo Stajte, wl'Ji 'Wilson g?cpnd tnd
Taft &M1. I
T,litLii-crain f,o,How: "a(pond 1 po'l
New ,York Herald idiows ,llrfi,sevi?t V'11'
ln WJlutun in Now .York Stajte iwitli
Itooqvi?lt vo'je doable t,la-t of ,Taft.
T!;s moruliur'-s Herald po'A fliows (Taft
bad third in ev.ery State, i.cTt 'five,
wheivvlje rujig wcond by nar,rowmTiriTia
"TelPKrcunis from S'jio Ctluilmieti I
nunit'e: 'Wyojuing strongly Progressive
every (nill tutd gtraw vote t,ak;n Kiv
Jng .ltou-'cvei-t b;.f lead aver all.' jMon
taivi'fiMnfldciK ihai I'roprowe 'ickt
"'ill Rive fate Plurality rrpresjie
c)iuso; uiiowilns n viranviUW 'Cojxtadn
If incnaise 1;(i.s oji pnopDrj(Vnat.Yy
unMiiif MiUm Ilrnsrqitsjw ipai.y wjll
have landslide In Cq'joraflo. ltnaw
vote Jiv;C3teg JJooaovAit in jnie Ipual
i'lcs ton to oao." 'OresQn'IloOjjsv1!'
win ?arry iw.iry titeit'cnto one. (Mane
all ilndluitlons pom' to aieipl IT;ii!U,"
'Lo;aJaIla UoKis,vlt wJU pujl llarge
voitc.' "MIiCfhlKftn, ISoosn-velt e rnrry
Michigan .'fifw .thqusnid nmtqs.' loos,.
volt and Jojuvson Will carry CHlifornln
bj- vt loast on? luin.dri---d ttrous'aind pl,i-raVAv-'
Indjian(l7 bc-Ho .we wul Hiri'y
tndifina witli Uqiiiibliceui tjioket irunininn
poor third. ' 'SeatlnKiit gnaw-dnsr Avon
dwfully jn Ullno,;s ltoosewlt (irtai'-'d
Pluliu between o.ne ihundnqd an,d ono
huniu-ed uitd firty thoasand.'
KIRTLEY.
Oot. 8. The farmejrg 'of tilths commu
nity arfl very busy gaj'jhorins corn and
sowing wjvea. Ii
Mns. Ilay Fulko,nm an;d cil)dren are
vititlng near Oantral QsV. I
itoslnmcy. Oeiiyo cad Itujth KiiTt'y,
weno tho uqct of Miv Jasle Alding
ton near Equalitl' Saturday n,ifiht .and
Sunilay. I ,
Scliool is praqirieHing nloejy at his
place -with Mr. J. I C JaBksQn fla
teaalver. I
iMr. C. W Iteynojds ahlnnad la jjarjo
shlpnicrt of Btock to Evun,-siiie Sa,t-undaj-
nigltt.
Tlie lEquajlty school fjoj'p PJayfd a
game of ball last Saitwiday wi.h (jho
Centertown dradl iqIioqI iboya, at tho
close of nino Innliisas" jlie econe ''i004!
12 .to 3 in favor of Canteito-n, the
teacher of the Equality bo-p liavo ad
vised thm to soJi tlvelr 'baJl putfjt
and invent in wmie game tlirat they Qin
Play. I
Alias 'Ilea JgicJieart of Jvronoa viitjd
Uertlia Siwanewn Monday' nlglt. '
Mis. C. W. ltej-noliils was jjla. guest
of lier daughter Mrs. dta.su d-'riyils Sun
diy. I
Another Roosevelt Supporter.
Flint SprCngs, Ky., Oct. C, 1912.
Hartford itejtubliicun, HpjlfoirlyK.
Dier Sirs; Enclosed .find fl.Hl I for
wliijqh in(d jTto tlie lt"ipii(bi;qan one year
Am grid (Vnat i'ou ,lTe trying the fltond
tor iTilicpdi'ire Uaotttvtg, und th jf-vple
You deaarne the guimort 'qf all vod
oitilaqns, I especially voters f Ohjo
Coun;tj-. Youns, I "
. Ol'IS. WHITE.
ap 1 1
Frot. Woodrow Wilson Speaks of
the Farmers.
IJvJiry ifiarme,r I who tsoa mke outiitg
Qff liis no9 (to tyilta Its faoe Jjke vot
ing for Wlfron Cor OanfidJan ineimfwlty
should read Wllpon's aroxw,! Ito tho
farmers on Tliur-tlay, tAaUHUst St at
Wulliiiainr Otxivj, iy., imipi tutd:
".llie American farmer ininx'r 'has bewn
rrotoqtwl, for pjie wry attJ rKvnn hif-t
he iaiqr nocided to U" PrqUi;U(d. and
his it rajas .ha Bflld at pi'Kty lS,nibllh
il by tho prlvs wluuli hip ipnivlnttscont
minlqd tin fai-cigu unu,t1c(ii. 'IV , tvn
ttcunomlc fact. Vqtiy rwiqll, thm,' your
pillow uro ln,at PsVUtilylud by iviqta;.
tlon." t
yor ono?, and aj lat, tfie Jmjotitlo
candidno lias d Vitrei Iijms-pjf- Ho Jm-s
spok'jt out wlnt he unrl IVjs pvity iwo
in mind for tho farmqns of ?j!m Unjfl
SVvVs. Tlhey don't need ftartratton, ho
lJl ithojn, nnd, of course thoy ara nt
t' Have wi'iat tluiy Un',t njod. rri3Tl.'o
ot their iiroJuct, li(0 yiJf, i'-ing fixM
n foreign nvtrkiits, it fqllqww, Jnq.-ord-
Ing to ViVon. t.'t if. Is a nijs,t-we
and a fnl'ACV' to Protct.it (jlip Amrictnl
market ror ,t,ho Amqricari Xarinor 'Presi
dent ToXt, wMien ho Jonpd in nqgotttp?
reciprocity with tluiada, nxrojio,oiil t
open tlw American mirkqt, no fir i.s
foodstuffs are concerned, to one oauntrv,
.Onnndu, tlio latter to .make 6ho rvrnta
concession lp ,us.
Wnodrqw Wilson, DDrqoaratlC cun,d'dato
for ipragldnt, wl';h his part" bqliind Jiinv
proposrd In words (fjliait iqani)Ki.t be mjs
Vik.cn itjo qnen t'io .imrlca,n 1 market,
now-'rosorivcd for 'Uio Anwrjcan farmer,
to iqvcry country In the worjl, nlthouh
praiailwtViy ovcry fopd.froduc,lng country
in mhe .wanld except Urcat Hfitoln, lias
its owm market I'rolntsl npajn't, ti'fi
Almorinvui farjner, and mako no of:r of
any lopncenslon ito Ug.
Tlint is, .the .Americam. farmer Is osk
qd by Wilson .o vo.tq. for IDamocraftlc
Kroe Trade Jn farm proUico wl'h laU'U't
wor,,d. lAnd, lt Hliould b3 rimombered,
tlio Wilson Democrtii'iic vdqa of ITeo
Trado is Frqe-Tnade in Amcrlca tor
wliat Europe and Canada and thajt big
SAUjth Amerlcvin farming country, V.fl
qhcr UnJtml fjatu, ArgoinjtliTt. hxvfi
to sell, but no Fnee-Tirarlo Jn Europe,
or Qanayla, or aVrgtntjna, for whit t'10
Americnji farmer luus 0 all. And t'10
aVmeripan tanner is cxpectal to vote
t illt all tl10 world in,to Amariqa freo.
T. R. ToIpEaFiN
LOUISVILLE OCT. 16
Progessives Arrange Trip
Of Colonel Through
Middle West.
Xoav. York, Oot. 3.-Progrqssip jnurty
headquarters tuni&lit mads public lu
ltfaorary of Theodore Itoon'elt'a pam
p.aijsm tpi(r wlli;h will oarn li,lm jnto
both Michigan peninsulas, Mlnnwata,
VViconsin, HUnoi, Indiana, H?mucky
Ohio and Roansi'lvania. '
Tho ttoloncl will confine lijls ppench
makung o a single address f.n iqach olty
wlifire 1I10 stops, nnd wjUi tine excaptpn
of a noon eipeeoh in Detroit, Tooly,
a'll lya lyilking will bo done in the eve-
niingis. I
Lqang Now York at 4 p. m. Miqnday
the Colonel will arrl-o n . Detroit
Tuesday imornlng. After ihis pch
tanro lie WjU leaviO for Sagiinaw, Micli.,
wlicro lie .wlU opeAk Jn thjo iqTenjng.
At nlanilghit he wgll begiin hn au
niarfiit P'ul o,M-day journcj- wlch will
take him to Houehton, Mich., at 7:V
p. m., Oatoher 9. At tnidnceilii he wjU
ayart for Duluth, arrfiing ait 10:30 n. m.
Oietobor 10, in timo for a brj,ef rest bj
fono pcKin,g in ,tho evening.
Iieaiing Du,lu.h ,tho .Oojonei will gp
to Osliikosh, Wis., arriving at 5. p. in.
cOctober 11. The fqHowlmg I day he
will nvake tho r,un to Clilqago, WheTe,
after tvlg qvenlng peqcli, ho wtii'J rtlre
and lipoid Sunday, Ocfqber 13,
Rosiim
lwnnaas ara very busy taking cajre of
tholr crijJ and getting tfiinss jn rpftdi.
nera for tlhe wlntor. I
aScliop -1 sUl tlolng ,ffne.
Mr. Kd Laaa.ni,- and wfe, Miis Sue
Piewo and Mrs. Mary Cumn,iia rpa-tt
Sunday last With frlqndjS mjoar jllpi'ae
nranch.
Jdr. 0car Stewaiji wife amil children
of Williams iMinas spent Saturday and
Sunday at .Mr. Charlie .Stewarts.
'Misa Maude Stenurt wilio la fv:hin
Victory school speit ijjist Sajtunday (and
Siuvday at her liomo In iV'i PiVifCe.
.Miis. I.. P. Crowder and daughter Miss
Mu,yime,o nnt last SundViy .witli Irpl.
tlvs noar Mt. I'Uvtsant. I
A punti)' of u J wins qple aytond
cd aoi'iV'lccs at M,t. Pleasant phujvh last
Sunday evening. I
Miss Jfora Wedding, one 'of our itieaah
er. at 'tM nlaco fipant StLturid,ty lutid
jSuniUy at ,Uer ltqnvo in Hartford.
Mns, lllatsoy Plercu MjtlUd fier inn
Mr. Jqlin Was Pjeixw,' of "HorAo Urvuiclt
Saturday Uaiid Sunday. I
Card of Thanks.
Deijh lias t?red t'io lioimo of Mr.
and Mr., Noa.li Uoojier lui(l tak.cn fixim
Uvom tlnolr Uttje Italw, lUilBh ,Wynn
Outonqr. Tihanks are lnaV:tUia,t t t1'
many fiildtds of Simmons for t"elr kl"J
ness In Uu-Jr jud bert'acnicii'4. 1
aVdvprUiWiicti,t, AN A.UNT.
OUR HIGHEST
SKYSCRAPER
Looking: Down Upon Street
Men Resemble Ants.
Ten Thousand People Will Be
Housed Iu This Modern
Monster.
The Singer bunding wnj fogarf(d re
cently as Uio list Ivtsht Jn mnclil
tos'jUre, but It Is dwarfed by itjhoiWpol
wor,tli building, .which is 13S test JpXt
ler. When you got p Jn ,tho air Sl2
tse 12S Cee,t more mqanjs fJ vsTyfpxgo
add-on.
To celebrate a victory a PJnodlan
sculptor creajted a si'ayjo wihloh tJ16
ancients called tlie .Cojpus of Itlwdos.
It represented Ifhe lUiOfllan un &i,
Heljos, was n liVlo mono .t,han 105 fat
hlgli und was CwVHdcrcd one of tho
hjgh land ivas cpnaldercd ono of tho
seven wonders of tfie world.
Place sc,vui or 'such SfjiyuLcs one on
top or the .other, and tho head of thar
topmost one wJld bo 1 Xjftwen pit
lower than tlie WooJjwprHi Ibulldjng,
which will he n wpndir Xor many days
or "nU tsomepne iwfjs up a (Jillor
structure. I
Enqm ! ,he ifjop ot yw WciT-lworai
building tho cfty lia',1, t,hmt jno ex
amplo of arcJiC(,jccure, looks tf.ke a
toy houso Wiitji .which a vqry tTWng
child plays; the cjty ra,H faundpltln
looks Jiko a Ht,yo girl's tea t,uip; t'0
postoffjpo aoross Bropflwaj' seerry a,y
hlg. or little, as the smallkisit flwlsa
oJia,lct, oral jnan however , imporcant
ho is, looks Uke a very snia?,! on.
,Tjwo inorvy nlvotographerg took plc-
tureg frtm .Uvo, XlftynfjifjUli epry 0 tno
budding. Tliey cllmbqd 4Jw Jast pjltt
stDrJes on laddeirs, I fwhjCh iweme not
tended or gurdejd "in any w!ay and
were none too steady- ' The ftoors of
tlie vary ,qp apry was a,t Uio nwrnieAt
comoosed of boards .Jajd on irdei
but nqt fastened. Any main trdidint?
that floor muej Xojjow JJio '"L" guttrtl
advlpe. "Wntoli your atqp.' To ,tako
the pictures, Photographer Ppjjmio ga
on he floor and held fast jto (Pino
tognipher Pa,lum,bo wliUe he ehpfio
grapjied roofs ot houses hundrtedo 1 fit
feet below. I
"The cis ilrajl from jjhait Itqlgihit
as ,fta,t as a founder," suid iPa,iumuO
aJtenward. "I'M think twice ibafore I
ollmb so hlgjli again. First I fejt lut
I .wjanted to J.ump over. Tlirsn jl fqarad
my liat would o and Ja,mmcd (It down.
AXtcir .,Hiat it seemad as (jhioiugih, tjvo
lne-ita,bie was ..the downfall of my
oamqra. But none of tlhose filings hftp
penqd." I,
When completed I the building will
wolajli about ' 250,000 tons.j TatuuiU
are ,to be admjtjted imtp it about the
last of 0,epber, t"uSh U Is .t0!1 '
pqoted tliat lihe building .will pa com
pleted muoli ibefqre' February. 1 I
Mr. Waolwprjh expects tjhe Jienit roll
to amount tp about t2,SOOjOOO 1 ansvuyij
ly. When completed the montijr
atnuoture will m,vo coqt anpro,imaIJM
11300,00 rpr . land. JM.OIO.OOO; tor
toundaUon digging, $8OOOjOOO Wrle
was begun November '4, 1910. I)t qtojnjs
on a 200-ifoat jijoit, at Droa'dwa(yM .Bar
clay Street and Pttrk Plapo, 'diroctJy
opposlbo .tho irastqffioe. pajisiians iwiro
s:nt dawin US Xoqt bqtore aqjjjd ra.k
was found. Tihe foundatjqiis juno fllxty
s,ix (Piers of TeTonforcqd concrete,
Oasuj Gilbert Is tfie nrcltitoqt. lAJbojt
S,OOii,000 of 'tho nwney reujuinqd I w.
qbtailnqd in 'France,, ao mita ijlta Froneh
pqonlo nay Plaint "an 4Tt.ljqraat Sn tho
wqr.ld's two itallqst uiydjiuiT ' O19
Eiffql .tqwvr and tlw AVjolw)artih lnuill
lng. '
Mane 'than 113,000 worjtui Iqf c.ia&
wJH he requlnod ,to fjH jn 'ih MfJmJow
of Ji,bo,Ujt 2,000 otflqqs. Tlhe daiily pap
ulation ot tho build:J,- I rfwu'il bo
about 10,000. ii .
Tllie lnau for w.ltoni itho buSlflinig I i
hqlng ertnited is V. W. WoojtwrtrUi,
w.ho woj Uirn jtoor Jn iWiaj'pqjqwn,
N. Y.; aptrtod a 6 and lO'enjt jtoro
In tho middli 70's and apftia.1 lys yn.
turo over .the country uncjil tjhe Wo)l
worth bujldlng jn Niw ,Yqrk.
Farms for Sale.
I-irfj or small farms. Prju iva,sn
abe. It you wont to buy, licro l your
cjiiiiice. IX you want tp s.oU, lst youV
farms. ly.I WESIEY,
10t4l Hartford Ky., It. r. D. No. 3 .
adver,yctnent '
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