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James Davenport Wheipley Writes For Literary Digest His. Latest Impressions. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914. To sonic exnot thl was by England's announcement that alio would runrnnteo a'J wheat shipments to her, and as a result (lio jirlcc of the stnp'o advanced sharply. Thousands cf Americans crowded the offices of tho express and n'.em slilj) companl h In l3iidon (n nn ef- fart to 2 1 ciicchs cashed Hint tweuro passage lo their owa country. Germany, an pushing lis advance through Uq'E'Uiii, has nlct with iiiro:.R opposltlcn around Mege, Aviiere tho iteigtan f jrc , according to officii advices rtnciuiig Brussels, nave re- pu'scd the German army of the .Mouse under Gcii. Von Emnilch. TJiu Geril mans are rcpurttll lo have lost f.hoiind In kll'ed nnd wounded Fled Marsha Kitchener has been Secretary of State for War in the Urltsh Cabinet, null wi)l havo under hia direction " tho military am palgn against Genuany. The Frtuch troops have JoJacd the Brians m p Germany opposing the progm Uirough HeJgium, and It h reported thut poss.bly Great Ilrltjau limy Bend Blm-pllfibcv-crv- PROGRESSIVES WILL MERGE i CALIFORNIA WAINOW ON Long Looked For Confla- m of Anticipation. DAYS I gration Breaks. Russia, Germany, Austria, Italy, France and England Involved In Great Struggle. i- . . Join Progressives in Many Old Diary Tells Story of Rush. UOngreSSlOnal DlStriCtS. Roosevelt s Prograrn Means Corn plete Revisal of Former Discovery Threw Army of For- ' tune Seekers Into Frenzy Programme. - - k Washington, Aug- !!. Consternation (Ily M. M. Quire, Supt. of the The fall o'.cctions will toon sliow Cojgrcss'ljUJl State Jllslorical Soo.ety.) tiio Progressiva' what the country thinko of the Dem Madison, Mis., Aug 4. One day in Committee followed Uio receipt to- ocratic udmiiMsraiou. Some are sayday ot a letter from CSowro W. Perk- - January 1848, u workman engagod i.i ing that tho Wllsoulan defeat of Huer jn8 Arthur II. llupUy d.ggjng u mill race on the Amerita and the rising tide of prosperity at can River observiAl Dome ya'owi j arconflnulng lmroaaota will bring n DomocraUc victory; othy ,co ticles of nidtal glittering in l.hc woulu this I'rogrc ers nrguo that Uie PresIdaat'B feveroperate, or oacii actually combine, sand. Gathering u quantity of them. ish hasto in pushing his program thru with Uio Republicans. This decision he took them to iis omp.'cjtr, and Congress botrays a fear that ho will jj S3 dlamotncally at ar!ance With ! tciether the two mcui Buhjeated ihem soon have a hostile body thq doctnno wihlch tho Prosrcualvo to some rude tests which Batisfied to deal with. Meanwhile, Ave havo (th.9 havo been preaching thorn ithat the liluOiig grains were CoasreosiiKin Judgment of a (disinterested Britali VILLA AND CARRANZA 'd. Such wae .tho discovery that they now fool t'hey "have Uwal - pure observer who tries to tell his readers lowtd Uio h om Ifx k " as Jtupley ex- - of yold in iCalifornla. The secret coui'i at home how the President stands WILL RENEW BREAK prtBiiJ it To virtually every jnc of not t" kejjt, alUiougli California was after a year and a half of power. Ho twenty l'rogressJvcsi in tho then bo remote a jilace that ooveral FIRE lhL. has shown strength and wisdom, DESTROYS W.' 0. Ho use l'crkin'u letter lncaus tiiat the 'months passed before ho outsKle c writes James Davenport jWhopley la proiii havp been knocked from uader became aware of it Sij'doni has the Tho Fortnightly Review (London), Rebel General Declares His In- mm in the campaign, and none kaiows news of a discovery iboen attended KING LUMBER YARD but he has now "rcachUd and passed whother orders may not bo '.S3uedby more .drastic conseauonces. It tho greatest hoisht of Jus polltcal dependence of to (throw the cviliziji world into a fever from Now York headquarters '.Mr. Wholplcy, a Briti-apower." support the Itopublican candl-at- e in! of anticipation. It started Lhrongs Mother Leaves Child in Cradle Washington oorrcapoadoiit, Uiiik3 Chief. of fortuaooikerscut throats, gamh3 d.stnct. that this failure in Influence iwas From tho very outoot of their ca- - blers laborers, phymcians, farmew, And It Is Burned To manifested by tho imanner in when 'reers in Congress the twenty preachers an a mad race for Gii !f a. U.e repeal of the Panama toJls disYug. Gcn Paso Tex., Franc rCs3lv;s liave derJled suggtotlons of Death. It preedpitatfd the creat sec- crimination was paJ3ed. President co ,yiua vuuany lias proclaimed iim recoacil ation with tho Reimblicaiw Uonal casis of 18S0. tho most sorions Wilson's betrayal of his inexperfcaco Gov- - ,ina have indeicndenco ofUie Carranza tJiat tucir ,arty our hrstory Tetweenl787 and 18Gliind in forming a program for Democratic A 13 months old 'baby perlshod crametitl according to relents bought wou!d rolaIll 1Uj jjenity ag a .ll(ir(i lt compelled tho Government to ojd- les'a'ation roustll up enemies in his iiigi-i- t by arrU-aJfrom nil ,wrts Uere today in a firo wihlch swept .taru own political household, we cio,,ient j,a tJl0 country. Kow ui,t California lp Statehood bofore last are toldof Mexico. Villa has be- - Ul .. 8CC taolr forco3 Ulliung wlUi 'ever she liad bon a territory tin ee sections or the lumber yail of Of Uie result cf the new Panama W. O- - king & Co. The yard exteuds gun ;coraulzlng Ids army. Gon. Fe- - thu Republicans under tlie Republican ; An cU d ary, iuv ti the pcoscssion To'ls Bill on the President's prestige Parti, Aug. 3. Diplomatic relations Kipo Angolcs . Caranza's dopced Boc- tuimard whorovcr Theodore Roose- - or tho WJ'scous'n Historical Society, lrom Twen0y4('uird to Tweaty-ti'iXt- li says: between Franco and Germany iworo rctary of War. Js in chngo bf tiio Yil dcMi;3 3; Lioomis Street. The loss lis cs- - this writer portrays vlrldly Uie experienctb of alons advisable. "There are striking IndlcaUons that formally 'broken off today reogunUatloa. A movement ds on t ho flftt &hock C!imQ ln nn nn. olle .wiaconsm band of Argonauts umalied Va $100,000. vctory lu Congress marks the f ICie was discovered (by James this foot lor the immediate (distribution r.tt .i. .,.. u. ....' r... i. 4,., vn... v.t. .i,f i, beslnms of tho decline of tho politi- nawy D. ,ana3' Cnrnina liaa not Ibeen 1awatcliman Avho rjidol wJih 1,.7V (L mwuaii would run for simmier of 1849 ln Bearch of tlie gold- - Picek 7n cal stfouath and popularity pf PresnmVLT,. Tp,Ulnnruul1fomQd,iofar'lS'3lsrl0W',1 Governor as a Progrcasvae, anU also ea fl93oa. The fortune-fleekcrfive hi& iaml'jv un u frame, U'Aelling tin ident Wilson himself. Ho became man ,, the yard. Heand h'.a AJfe, Mrs- - Mary . .. ..,?. . i rum .0--- .. imiMi tr rtuma ob a canumaic .. mie iiepuu-- -. ip iuniD . were c--i.. ... ....... ..... Ao..a w..vw in resiionis oi .Maui hJj jiassports. day told cr forced leans bolng levied nju j)arty, Jjrackod bj' Uocucvclt 'audson, the capital of. tho youthful State, Picek, rushed cut to turn Jn an President- at a trme 'when hist party had Ion- been out of power. Ho at by tho Cont'tutpnaJists from for- - i,i3 forocoTheir first sten was to ormnlzo a alarm. Their 16 year old Bon James, onco formed a legislative Jxrogram 'Paris, Aug. :i lt Mtis officially an- leigh mcrctianis yiore. It wd uaiu "WJiat does Uils Jncan?" wrote Rup- - company, equipped with appropriate raj. to Iioomls street' and thq rvcr which would have staggered a more nounced tonight that a Gorman force uiai Medijl Is Jo. Aiocno iriiaaica um ai- - jCy to Porluns, in effect. (officers and Jaws and rojajitipns. wlicro the flreboat experienced leader. WiUi considerJi,id invaded Franco near Ciroy. Winptcd to ia:se f 500,000 gold from Mrs. Pjcelt fior- - able sagacity and h0 went dh to exnUin tliat The CDiniuaiy. la whCch nil contrlbut- - m.oivJ. ln lier Then a realization of tiio - fll -, Amor-UU1m-was Hill! bVrail r03ttVn nnnnlUi' ll tl.n v. u- .. . n twrtn.jwunj linil aH vuuaiiji Li.t nuiiiiiuauu inc; li ui1., - I goi. her baby Mamie, who , w.v i....fn d(uUj( shortness pf tho day lu political lite, a uui a.i .u iun-.i- i ivufc. llj00jUi3o thorc decjn(n . tu-tjmt iad in memt for tho .ni? IminiPV. (,1m .rln. asleep in a cradje iWuJl lam P;cek, a f,l0.v ,,. he forced his program upon a party troo:s irpm i.um u in, &ia.a louaj wag JQt Jn ycaM oIt. n cut with his brother. Whole tho a.matorial pnmary. mucl Icnxi! litems being a heavy covered somewhat lightheaded over victory J , "If the Progressives now are to wasOn and a six mule team. One in- - T&e flanuir fhv,t Avena d. 3coveicd in and anxious to conserve tho party Z. Strict. . ' Huisa,, ' Americans com comhlne wu-- tho Republicans, as Jn twesting s' VJl0U Picek nnd lilu strength by presenting a solid front w ll was provided tliat Jn nd- - al:e' i0i., r r T,A !! Twmi VI11A3 trrirnri" ,wmv Ili-r-.t Vnu' V.--vi n, " iwu Tli.tkl.kt. ad eivtad to to .. Mint .litlr... ai il i.uiiivj. .t. u lm.m IUI.1U1! itw tlic conniitany property ..w... .V.HM ...hw. tiv iiw Uie Oppoaion. Thq period pf In Russ'aU Uondzin and Kaliuz. thousand recruits havo been added to Indeed, swallowed tjio hemlock, in member niut equip himself wjth "a alleys No. 4 and 0, and IwH com has gone, liowever, and 1'ohind, also Jiavo Ixvii occiri)Iv.d by pletely enveloped Uielr home. Mrs. his ranks within tho last two weeks- Pennsylvania." good riCic, jtfatol and knife-the glamour of tho new and unaccu3-tomeUie Germans. They havo been To which Perkitos replied that Col. with rifles From early March until August tho P.colc became fraa'j.c and uttempted 1b has passed frpm over tho vls-Ic- n CVoJstochowa a city of CO.000 supiosed to havo armed smugged Rooaovolt had followed in Now York toHspmo Journey Ustod. The routo to ru3'v back Into Uio burning aLnis-tu- n boon of Uie Democratic floor leaders. InhabJUuils, situated on the river 'but wa-- he'd jjy ftaemen- across tho lino at this point. tho course that ho thought wisest, led over rugged mountain ranges President Wilson now finds critics Wythe, mar tho S'.leslan frontier. Fanetl lu tho wind, the flames ate A mobilization at Torrcon of all and wqu U adopt ho came progrnmnio and through burning deserts, wlioro w.'thlu his own party, and partially Uondzi.i ;3 a coa! and niinlng col- trooi)s in Gen. Villa's division vas In cjl oUicr States and but.dlvislons mon and honss alllve wow In danger their wo." through tho piles of dry successful rebellions against Uie auto ter, lt has a population of over 20,- timber thirty feet in ho!!it, bo fast A f?niiTin fviQilniTSwl It lirMiretini? ordiri?l mm v...-''- . iinr ililntr - nf A.W..W.....O f 4w... nmif w ,.w vw..v.u.H WW. 1 '' V...W r. ' offcals on tl10 &n-- order.- lt ..vltn?iconclusion, ca!d .v cratic control ho has exerciser Jor IOUiHz .3 tho capital tr thn 000. Perkins, tho place "ten mon and ton muks wero Uiat several ca!3 wero sent In by the tho past year are, not Infrequent. He And In province of ittio same name. It la tho'stltu"0"alIst to reach tho sicae. Calzado. eeneral manager of National Committee stood with Jlr. baro'y sufficient to manage an ompty tlvA firemen a has. In ts'iort, reached and pastjod most wester y city of Itu'sa'tin Villa's, railways, oaid hero that lie Roosevelt, as must tho r?t of tho wagon." This place our Uiarjst, with Fire C.'iict O'Connor respond.!! and greatest holght of his political pow Its population Is 1:0,000. laud. dispatchc-rdirected the firemen. to iwirty. instructed his had jgnm humor, deojdos to namo tho er. Tho fluiiKJ leaped high in the air, give troop traln3 preferenco over all' "Devil's Stairs." Another Mine a "To tho political weathor exports ling and has docjared war on Ger- illunitia....g '.he i:l"y for miles. Fh-- In Washington traffic. . L.jther Ke and elsewhere the Loses Ufe j Wejj band of Crow Indians, bent on atam- fana eamo many follow lug tho refusal of tho other It .wafl nrodictcJd t)iat "within I parts of tho city a pedlng Uo mules of the urty, raid- barometer shows eigns of falUns. and Germans tp obsore tho ticutralUy of wcok Villa, By BlaCK Damp. j . - and automobiles wero lined up In the Ua.v wjproxlniately would ed the camp by night But the afir history repeats itsojf, Uie fall.onco Belgium in v"io contliet now rag- 25,000 mon j In Torrcon Saturday afternoon Mr Lu- - ffay passed off without Jess to eithT streetB for a radius of half a mile. begun, will accumulato momentum ing .i Iiurope. Germany and Aus- - This action was takon .by observ- - j and Tho liireboat played streams wof o'n its way. No longer has the Presiuor rtonocr, who lived at Contertown er party "except tho powder uro now arrayed va a on the blaze from Uio couth. t)iQ Nortti- - willlo attempting to Ueepon Ills wclI Jead, which was musUhI profusely by waer niL.vin w.th liusdia. Encland ora hore to to express tills will and witI.uuaH tho wind was from tho cast, dent but um lcad,r TOS proparing for war witb iC3t j,is xHa and Jite sn nlso came bot!h." accomplishment and Montenegro. Tho Italic Bcrvia and prevented the flro from spread-in- s ness Its Immediate Carral,za near being killed by the funios of ily- - Jloro successful thtoves wore tiio That h may 'have realized this would other nations of Kuropo aro mobffliz- to Toeou is acknowledged as Uio iiamit cr black damp. Soon .after coyotes, which stole the, Ijusrt pound i Imrt1 pUiert rvnlumbernn stacks. It Is could to pass fs not lninoqsble, for lug thcr forces rapidly although 'Oiiey f li n f rl ria l'-c "os JoIt Pf offonso or a w inland Rcaioen wont into tiio of pork from .the party, "when we taneous combustion ChicagoIktr ntfn .Ino liitellfccnt nian Who has stuillod 3iot actually decalrcd Avar. have Tribune dcr"b0 "l North Moxco. Villa Is yvt but In a a'.tort tlmo Informed his j wero awake and had a uood watchdog psychology as closely as poll teal TJie foxing of unrest extends oven rL'i, - 't' 'u io V ut a 711011 nwr father ti.t 'ho wis sick und would i on guuid and tho pork 3y!ns wiUuu NOTE Mr-- W. O. King is a native President Wi'Json could fail to realize to 'Japan, and tho tolled States is of Ohio county, u brother of Mcaars. ijiav0 to como out. Ho lot the ropo four feet of cur heads." not c'i - - - lwhua City. tho Inevitable escape la time of the I'owcr Uiat is now tt.o' COXFKRE.NCE FAILS. No lesa than forty thousand gold- - John and Dan King, of HartfoiVl, and party maJorJiy in Congress from hl3 'dowa but tiio boy was too nvoak to lnx)U-)Sn any way Tho Jiablo to lx' many friends here will be uorry Sat-0- . JMcx-- , Aug. 3. (Via Laro- - j,old en a::d his fathoi- - went down am ackers crowed tho plains th(s suin- - his tSormans uro reported lo hae con- - Uo strict and forceful guMlng hand. To (more to learn of his loss. "- Tcx" Aut'- - 4,,""i Tuo C5111--- ! tied tho ropo around Jiiq body 'and ho mer or 1849, and as many or BeJsiuni In hoinoly expression, ho has use a tlnued thcr invc.slui oous-dtln- g of Gon. Uauro was drawn up by oUiers. By thls'reflchcd California by water, edtiicr 'mado hay while tho sun ahoue,' audi Uio march' toward France. Duo to Mrs. Wilson 111. ;ur uuu iaiwu uuuerrcs Aiienue. t.iiii ?ii w a s.i oveir.omo mv tao rumo: crossing mo latmuus or ranama or i Htiln nnira of I'm ntflrt to give him Uio credit Uiat should be Washington, Aug. C .WJiilo tho li.'s. lii fir."ihi1ilv with tho power to that vu teu,d not fasten tho ropo rounding Cupo Horn. Hardship and s1not t'.uit tn carrv has toon obthin- uct"tU(' acual t0 tll uacondlUonal surrou- - and uftor a vain effort to hold ho prlvUou awaited them , dazzling President has been steering tho i nlUvnh t hu mi- f.,r. in ovcn a jrs0 wrt of llls poiical 01lly of tUo capital and ex- - foil back and whon recovered a &ho:t fortunes tho few and poverty, disease Uon through ono or the most crltl- - j u,tw tho ohl fronticrt-ca- l 1)rogram ,Jl0 purial rarl.iiini'iit Bmporor WiJUam 'der uot ,, perlofls of its history, his .wife , , say, ga wWl0 tJw Germany that ho mobll- - - u"" uuiuumj, uui ui uio ru- ;nno aiterwaro my air. jui urowii..iiu aau utuuu uie many, of Our patty of Argonauts was more jias oeen uying. i no irag;c ract wTa.s ,? sood.. Ho ,m8 acoompj-gUe- j much ized his tjiiojd wlUi a ieay luH, eral arnii'' Tjicce wero the only terms voluutccicd to e down for liim.ho !oI uxt no gtarteu oit to do.and ha3 but war hud boon forced upoa his ul' W'-- Gon. Carranza had agreed wci dead and could not bo revived, fortunat' than most, but listen to Ui's admitted at Uio Wliltq House to rpcjlvo' them. Onthecoutr.try.iBio aJhouh an auto vrao sont to Cou iaciOent, which is only ono of manyjitj ,raa also said that there is lit- - 0nly been a year at it- It js a record lieoplo. observed toy Uio diarist: tip chano for Mrs. Wilson's recov of big achlevomcnt.for oven lr ho lia Uio Amorlcan commlHfslen carrhjd witili them s.x c&n - .tral Cty for a pulmotor. AU tho power of "A lono woman riding on a skele- ery. with tho dltlons drara by Carbajal, w?i!oh they , Mr. Renoer who was a Bplcndld to fight harder In the future for .what Covcriiiucnl, Ju The condition of Uio patient ho ho gBts aad yield to ft greater dogsreo of tho country was us- - wero requoatud to IntLijt upou Tiio citizen leaves u wlfo and soveraj cliil- ton of a horse, and driving two cows financier - that Avcro but Uib shadow or whatthoy camo so sravo yaterday tliat Uio'of compromise.lift can but congratu' ed yostonlay to provido relief for tho CoaatltrMunalists declined to nccodo dron. His burial took place at Con. . . faunoay acuiriioou onco had boon, when grazing quietly nhspnt nnemibora of tho President's Americans, etiaiided fibroad lt Is,10 ouo of theso condpona, 'deflurling torlown ccuiev-erlato Jms.lf upon the diaUinca already . .. .. . .. . rno w- - i i,ousoliold wero summoned o .Wash covored aud accept tho wanlug of his ?ro coutrary Ao the p!an of at 3 o'clock and jvus largely attcJid-Xro- on tuo prairies ot now planted lx sond J2,50,000 In go thw T'- -' conditions oaked toy cd. mans dress consiirap or wnat onco lngton Tho last of them, Mrs. Fran- power avUi more or less phlloiphy." tho Trtasury on tho cruiser -tujght havo been a decent covering, cis Bowes Sayre, arrived tli, nirii-ln" Carbajal wero: nesseo. lu nddltloni tho oxprea3 Tiio fight against Ihv trufits is next a fnrrprtlnn but at tliis time- it was pf a tvuth First Tho arrangomeut pf an ar- be und batil.ora, will send AVllson arr.ed dealt w!)i by Jds woJMnfomied JourMifcs Uie bvldenco of things not seen." tween six nnd eight million dol'ars nii3Uco nnd issuo pf lustitiotions for last night. nalist, who remarks: Sometime ano this paper copied Tho woman hailed from IlJlnols,aiid same liumodlate ocawig of fio'itilltlfs. In Uio bro.id to their liKouts at Soveral oonsultaUons wth eminent 'The Old World lias' long aso discouuty sho Avlth her decrepit ilvo &txx:k wns - n artlclo from Muhlenberg time Tho mint uorlous problem nt slructons to bo deflveiixi aa soon a3. concerning spocjali&ts havo been resortrtl lo by covered that the greatm forces for Pos- - al that tho prosecution of of a husband, avIM present to to find vessejs onough to posslb'.o to all chiefs of tuo contor.d- Dr. Cary Graysou, Uio Wdilto' House Uio expansion of foreign, trad-Jar8UIU Hunters in Mrujca wio name oi and tihreo children, fifteen or twe-ntlug parties. trrjng tho Aniericins home. phTJlclan, buUietso have not nerved big inclustrial coutblnaUona comiuund-in- g eight S'icoad Transmlajloii "f txwiitlvo Will Kimbloy occurred. Tiio .namo licad ot catt'e, a wagon, tuid tneravuey currency imucd, With unlimited caplal. The New to rolibVfl )dra Wilson or to ' tho big probhiu confronting Wio bui- - powr by moaua of lUsaolution oC should havo bmi WU Kinky. Wo hundrcil dollan In money. Even so( .the famjjly to expect im- Vorld, npw . weeding foru'u trade in.r.v-i!of thin country Is a tho rwent Congross uiid the re3- - make Us' correction tit Uio inatauco sho was not disheartened, and bos-- i provement. The exact nature of her nearly us niucji as Uio older bam HoluUon of Ulio import and xnort toratlon of .tho Congreas dlssob.l by of Mrs. KlUa B. Kdmtoey whoso son i god oul" for advlco as to what sho Idlvulged. (CoititiiKd ou Fourth .THige.)' Bhould do. .This wa3 rendered frei'y .Uuess .is not named Will Kimbloy. alt'Jatlon of be (mport and export Mt- - Huerta. The long looked for European war In on in earnest. Tho aajadsniaUoii; of tho Prince and Princess of Auatriu. was fc.hc upark wlrfqli started tho tha is destiwjd to luvulvo nil 'Europo and possibly other Bullous of the world ibeforo It ends, Austria declared war on Scrv.a us a result of tho aq&uiiiutloii of 'ner1 Prince and Prluooss. This brought IliiMia to, tho uld of her nl.y, Servla. and Germany dctuircd war on lior which ijulckly brou"'it France und England Into itliu conflict' It .will be the greatest ur of anod-er- n times and no one, can guois Uie outcome. Tho United Stattn has is sued u proclamation of neutrality, and is oxpcctiU to earo for the dms.no-- of all the countrico at war at tho capitals of cil of them. Tjio events, hourly take place with such startling rapidly that it la difficult to keep up wlUi uch stlring times. Germany has started an invasion of France and Russia is reported to have Juyslded Gorihany. Italy has declared her neutrality, Ibut under lier treaty obliaUons. with Germany she wljj be compelled to take pant. ui Wis-Miifwi In i1 by ovcryonc; no two of tjio alvlsors however, the only rojult wu tho of tho poor .woman's bewilderment, until n( icngUi cur practical minded dlartjt eugjc.jied that they pass Uio !iat which was prompnly done. The writer concludes the by recording that he returned ihome "one outico lighter of pock et, but iiono tho poorer at heart" Tiio Cd'lciniu god lush was a ga'3 ble In wluch few won, hut the stakis wuro hgh and men willing' y took torrib'e ohances. At the end of Au-if'e d.ary before us records hundreds of 'desL'tute emigrants were strolling up and down tho river bank In quest of gold, kuow'tis as )We about jrc8pccting for It "ae they do about happiness or Uio common comforts of life." On the other hand the writer's party Je3s than four weeks later .look out $842 worth of goM in a single day. Tuio next day Uio forenoon wa3 went InrepalTiug Uie Mam; the afternoon yielded about $250 In gold This the treasurer carried to camp in a common washing pan, and sotting it ,'n the roof to dry, proceeded ,to forjret abput it. Someone else wns more thovehtfu. however, for In tho morning when Inquiry was made for the gold tho pan and Its contents had vanished. agreciing, heir-Mcninut law-maki- ,r cr-ni- ingj No-"c- rn poUj - J,t ,T.'. !f -.- .,.. ... - I I l. rT-lC- f..j PpAn-i-ftoa- !..,-.,- es :,..!: '.,."... l1n,l h by-la- N'- Jlght-headedn- - yl ' it. .... .m...- a fr-n- i u-- iy m-mi.- . nd'.that ' u -- i w.iiuikt-ftliti- "''. MUA tt-1- ut J gg to-da- - . -- . y m oo.m-uanl- cs g. - Maj-gar- e y , iia WWMMMMfM yrrT)!iri f WfyMlUJlJ- FOREIGNERS ARE STEALING TRADE We can, Increase our Impntt through this custrm house nlouc liy $.VMW,t) it year without striking nt a vast body uf Took Away Hum Fiiarkot For Tariff Economic Invasion American wiiRe earner, without striking Another spicy bit In the long ami paultimately nt our own farmers, for when wo take awuy wnR tient Inquiry of the commissioners under fimn the workers In Home Products. Further. tho general head of textiles occurred when our mills nnu factories vc take away by William Ferris, one of the representatives lust thnt much the purchasing power of of the boarders, or simpers of hoso, was the natural consumers of the products ot on tho stand nnd said the workers "betlie farm. Here are a few things the Democrat- lieved the depression In tho hojlcry facThe downward coitrxe of business Precisely ro. When customs receipts tories was political." Increase under a greatly reduced Urlflf ic aiitl.furmcr tariff bill has done mid f nil business. affected by ttiv tariff "Mow political?" asked Counselor not one of which would have happen' of Kansas. liecinncs every iiuintli more rapid and and a large addition to the free list It ed under a Republican protective tar"Why, our employer says that eight Jobmote marked. April IniportH mid ex- Is us plain as day that American labor iff: bing houses aro combined to buy stockports, tabulated tiy tlic pivcrnnicnt. and production, wage earning and First. Allowed the free Importation ings In llcrniany nt tl.tl n dozen, Demo-us wage spending are displaced by fully cratic tariff Included, while it costs nl'ow why capltnl Is belli;: Invested In double the amount of that Increase. from Argentina alone of nearly H.fcS licio tit mnko the same. It Is Just ns public bonds Instead of hi Industry; Agricultural Industry feels the blow worth pf lieef and about much as telling us that Penrnso has got to be elected to the Cnltod States senate of mutton anil pork. why mills and factories are running on jmt as severely as maiittfacturlug Inworth Second. -- Allowed the free Importa- for he stands for high tariff protectm.i lnilf time or closing for jtoiiil; why dustry. Charles Cheney, n skilled obThat's what the wotkers liollrvc when we workmen, skilled or unskilled, arc server and analyst, has said that for tion of over ."O.ooo.OUO dozen of eggs s.iy the ilepresslnu Is political " every dollar which the government re- from China. It will be bard to convince the wage limiting Jobs in harvest Ileitis or silting Third. Allowed the free Importa- earners who have lost their Jobs or are discouraged at home: why stores, biff ceives from Increased revenue under tion of such enormous itiautltlcs of working shorter hours that the de the "Tin Iff for revenue only" .$2 Is and little, are lliidlni; business slack taken from some American working-man- . butter from New Zealand and elsepression s otherwbe than political In :iud' obligations hard to meet. It Is a moderate statement and where that the Paclllc coast market ii imiiii sum ciiiisf. neii a poimciii was glutted and the butter was sold parly enacts a tariff law that permits a true one. The costliest thing a naStealing the Market. Is to get more revenue from so freely lu .Montana that for the llrst tlie Cermans to undersell American Item after Item tells the same story tion can do of foreign goods stealing the market Jlio increased Importation of competi-"fiv- e time In history Montana butter pro- hosiery makers 41 cents on a dozen ducers had to sell some of their prod- the resulting loss of work mid waget-bcommodities. from the American manufacturer, not uct outside of the state. Americans becomes a political de because the consumer prefers foreign The Ideal Free Trader. Fourth. Allowed the free Importa- prcssiou that can only be cured prejaiods. but because the middleman Poor old dreamer! Wilson says ho tion of live stock from Canada to Pa through polities. The remedy Is nt the fers them. The economic Invasion does not believe that the tariff has clllc coast points to mi extent that has polls. There Is mi other way of deal further month by month; In- anything to do with the awful condl- - reversed the trend of recent years and lug with the situation. dustry Hags; no longer docs surplus tlous now prevailing throughout the is making Pncltlc coast points u poorer Iii'oductloii from factories working full country. Put the inuiiufucturcrs do. Instead of a better market for MonSufficient Reason to Be Morbid. time permit experiment with foreign Mr. President, mid your platitudes do tana producers. We are assured by the nation's civic markets; exports decline. not seem to Jar them loose so that Fifth. Allowed importation of struchead that all our business troubles are Wool manufactures, which became they dare to enter competition with tural iron and steel until American DAM, subject to lower duty on .Ian. 1. were your Kuropean friends who are ship- mills are running tit less than 00 per "merely psychological," simply the vain four mouths Imported to the extent ping goods into this country as fast cent of their capacity, witli over 200,-00- 0 garies of a morbid state of mind. Not admitting the diagnosis is corif $in.(!S'.M14 as compared with as they can produce them. And those steel mid Iron workers out of Jobs. from .lanuary through April, goods are cheaper than Americans can it allowed llrlllsh mills to capture the rect, but assuming for the sake of arJIII3. produce them. too. and until wages market on steel cotton ties for the gument that such a thing could be. are reduced all along the line there is southern states. It has allowed Texas are we to be blamed for it? With the Ono dealer or agent in When Tariff Bars Are Let Down. nation's legal machinery exerted to e your city and vicinity to VV A1 JUf' As for sugar Imports, which for the little hope that American factories cau to buy Its street railroad equipment lu prove that corporate wealth Is only ."0 per cent of their Itlrmliighmn mid has permitted Iltltlsli eight months ending with February run on more than sell Evinrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe another name for rascality: with third wore In 1011 $14.!).U!.771 less than In capacity, and not on that much us soon mills practically to monopolize the Pa- j rate otllclals of no proved competency Motors, which are advertised in all reputable l!)ia suid $10,093,007 less than In 1012. as the Furopeans Increase their capaci- cific coast markets for steel mid Iron. magazines of the world. This advertising issuing decrees that undermine the The balance of trade is now ties. This list could be extended, but It the Imposition of the lower tariff on agalnst'thls country, the llrst time In stability of railroads; with Incomes be-campaign reaches thousands who have use March 1 turned the scale against forty years. Go It. Woody, old scout! would prove no more than the above. lug taxed to make up the tariff rove-"" for portable and detachable rowboat The point is that the Democratic tariff IAmerlenn planters. These Imports Vou are the Ideal free trader of this motors, but who would have no use tor launches on over to foreign countries. bill has taken uway a home market for tines turned llustrate geometrical progression by century. Make the most of your time account of lack of time and no summer homes. Write are we to lie blamed if Industrial niel which the increase in Importation while you wield the club over your home products to the extent of hun- auchollu claims us for its own? promptly for particulars as to how representatives are kvTtH dreds of millions of dollars. with and protected. Begin operations at jrrows when tariff bars are let down. terrorized subjects. Pueblo (Colo.) With an administration assuming In once so as to abtaln the lull beneht ol the season. What have Americans or America During March (Key were II per cent Opinion. gained in return? I.ewlstowu (Mont.) advance of any proof that the conn :iud during April nearly 122 per cent MOTOR COMPANY try's most conspicuous men mid Indus Argus. ' More Power to ThemI 292 Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN more than Imports for the correspondtries are to be watched and feared mid Cincinnati business men are arranging months of the preceding year. V their guilt proved by their bank balAll In Your Mind. ing to go Into politics. At a recent Dwindling Payrolls. President Wilson mocks the business ances, which must be cut down by men prominent lu the city's meeting federal control: with the president perThe Increase In the Importation of Industrialof affairs Intelligence of world by saying that the present de- - sonally urging federal legislation IndiThousand Sheep Burn. cotton knit goods goes merrily on to present members thecongress was se- presslon of business Is "merely psy cative of his belief In the Inability of of the nccouipuulinent of slackening ma- verely criticised from a chological" and that If manufacturers Ijoulsvlt'e July 27. Firo Ky., business standstates to govern themselves; with his chinery and dwindling payrolls. For point. It was said that there are too believed prosperity would come. why. Insistence upon executive peonage as .vJi'.oii Qrielnatttl In Uio ejioim jwii the first six mouths under the new tar- many lawyers and not enough business then. It would come "with a Jump." a protection iigalust corporate piracy. cf "he HourlHHi q'oe.kyurds horw iff the imports of hosiery were 1'.". per men' In congress, which Is "quite true. "1 Once there was a faker w ho deelar-folloprvtnrO obnlnol In dcMtrojcd n fourifli of thnt nl! or nu I... Ma ubiAln Biawtt.vM cent nnd the imports of other knit As a matter of fact, there are tc f his would It be wonderful If confidence ci Vm '""lid THAT PAt 'Irrllu Uwia tturuUftU, at our and credit succumbed to chills and plant 'burned 1,000 snoop nnd goods To" per cent more than in the many lawyers anyhow. .nu urip JQK IU IUCCT. There would advice the world would cease revolv !n-- irutlL .hotu or ktfeh tor mwr mmii f in the. partial ilcKtrtlolion corresponding period a year earlier. be less litigation If there were less) ing, and all were urged to send him ague? tloshen (N. V.) Democrat. un lo'tnUMIItr, f TMri" tnrtlr. turn. . a score Cf cofngca tha Viiud the they were, respectiveFor April. PAS3INQ RirtnCNCCS. I'urfrMUiiU lawyers. Put In any event the Ciiicln-- I a dollar for tills miraculous advice iwi nn Six Months of Free Trado Failures. ifttnta wrtu to 714 per cent greatboitt.niB the lig UiockyanU got many a dollar, and to all vicly, 47 per cent and 'raci BO3-S0- S uati movement is a good one. More, lie Sovonth ik.:i.r,v:i ors:i, 1 le Ihadstreet's of duly I notes that failer than In April. WIS. business men in politics mid in leglsla- - j tims he gave the advice that at a cer- ure for the llrst half of 1011 number Ti.e lire !s .f u CTMatnirvwTOl. D. As much as 110 per cent more leathtain day and moment everybody should property damage s (nUna'od a tlon would help matters greatly. If, . a total S.4 per cent greater than $20u,iiiu and t;.o dcsrtojid er was imported in April. 1014. than In business men had been more plentiful face the east and simultaneously u.iu.ls -11)115; 2Ti per cent more gloves great puff of breath In l!)i:S. with aggregate liabilities of .ire valued a. frm $.10,000 t $7.1- .April. in congress the Underwood tariff bill I bout "Oh" with a ?M!).!;0;.71, n sum 31 per cent larger 000. nnd 227 per cent more boots and would not have been passed; also If eastward. The combined breaths would Ti.'o lotij are covered '1i. ""1The same paper cycronle current of wind that a year ago. sdioes nil to the detriment of Amerithere tire enough business men elected make such a In jurunrc. the reaction or ll state that "the liabilities totals incan tanners and manufacturers. to congress this year mid lu 1!)1(! the eastward that A f re euc'iao was doitruycl Vn clude estimates of the direct but not of the world would stop revolving. Underwood tariff law will be repealed. Steel Severely Affected. the contingent indebtedness of the II. the ero.v w:us drvm uwuy liy Uatmltj Hut he was not a president; Just a Steel has been so severely affected More power to the business men: . 15. ucr. r,i t.Jij s re t d'jwa '. i""i Clatlin company." From this It faker. ly the change In tariff, according to According to Itabsou's scientific re- would seem that the gross sum of lia- t'ie tugino wtis ilr'voii tn n ,hviiiora Agricultural Schedules. the chairman of the United States ports, the country Is now doing only bilities for the llrst six months of 1011 effort to combat the flame iitf.ct ve-lA carefully compiled and entirely acSleel corporation, as to encourage Fon ji tinij It s.'iii'd a, If t.'ie of Its nor- must be Increased ti close upon throughout the Industry and in many curate comparison of the tariff duties mal manufacturing production) for out of the $34,000,000 lia- cntiio plan', valued Let ai tft'.OO.oOO, cases to compel the reduction of of the schedules of the Underwood everybody shout "Oh. It Is psycholog- bilities of the Clatlin concern only Iyou'w'lUj FiTty was doomed. & wages. Low tariff lias contributed to free trade law relating to agricultural ical!" Northwestern Agriculturist. are "direct." while $2S.:00.000 making business conditions lu steel products nnd provisions with the duare "contingent" In the sense that they Xashv.:- railroad ears, some load during the last few months "worse ties lu the corresponding schedules of represent that amount of notes made v:tu slucn wcro The Shoe Pinches. tlmu they have been before at any the Payne tariff Is given lu the Amerreports emanate from liy customers and indorsed and dis Persistent time during the last decade." To ican Economist of duly 10. This com- Washington that the department of counted by the Clnflln concern nnd If only one small item revealed parison Is from advance sheets of the commerce Is making an investigation not paid by the makers are a charge imin the April mi miliary. Imports In cut- "Protective Tariff Cyclopedia," an against the assets of the Indorser. So For Infanta and Children. lery exceed those or April. 1013. by 03 portant work soon to be Issued by the with the Idea of recommending to It turns out that frje trade depression President Wilson that a duty of 1 cent per cent. Other Items reveal equally American Protective Tariff league, and n pound be levied on sugar Imported has a much greater damage to answer Ths Kind You Have Always Bough bad or worse tendencies. It was the has been prepared by a statistical tar- Into the United States. The for than appears on the face of thu reeffect of low tariff in Pittsburgh not iff expert In Washington of long exBears the tariff makers threw turns. merely upon steel workers, but upon perience nnd recognized authority. It away $40,000,000 a year In revenue Blgnatutoof all that sell to steel workers commodi- Is not too much to say that no other ttud gave that much to the sugar trust Free Trade Corn and Oats. ties of nny sort, which was. In part, comparison of the two tariffs of equal by adopting the free sugar plan, with A recent dispatch from Washington accuracy and reliability has yet apresponsible for the tremendous apno appreciable benefit to the consumer reads as follows: Poor Provider. peared. plause which greeted Thu subcommittee of the committee on An old negro in Texas was aakod if and with much damage resulting to aBrlcnlturo appointed to heat the views of he was going ro register. Ha wished I.ooseveltV condemnation of the pressouthern cane and western beet sugar iepiesentatlve.1 of grain dealers, commisReduces Its Dividend Again. ent administration's tariff policy. , sion nion and other persons Interested In to know how ho would havo to proLowering the tariff on sugar has un- planters. The Income tax hns fallen ?i'n.000.-00- 0 the uniform wailing of Kraln. pnventlns ceed. On. being told that he had to Augurs III For tho Future. favorably affected the beet sugar marJeceptlons in transactions In Kraln and swear to support tho constitution, hta short of expectations. Even the most firmly established In- ket so that the directors of the Utah-Idahregulating iratllc therein, now In session, Tho tariff shoe Is pinching even tho was surprlM'il to Irani from two or three eyes widened, nnd, drawing a long dustries show a disparity between the Sugar company have found It Wilson administration. backof tho tarsest firnln dealers In the United breath, ho said he couldn't d? It, If it increase in Imports and the Increase necessary to reduce dividends. This AiT.cn-tln- o butdiels ho couldn't support himself. in exports, which augurs III for the fu- Is the second cut made since January, tracks on sugar It will have to back- Htates that 27.0ai.0uO bushels ofof corn nnd Stf.OuO uuj Canadian being In April, when the divi- track on other Items nnd confess that oata had been contracted for by American ture of the American manufacturer If the tlrst Blughaiutnu firms nt a cut price on corn of from 10 tn hard times continue to limit the mar- dend on each share of stock dropped Its tariff Is a failure. !l cents und on oats from a to 10 cents beket and If the Underwood tariff con- from l"V- - cents to 13 cents, or from 7 iN. V.) Itepubllean-Uerald- . low present prices on tho American mar"A'a offer One Hundred Dollars tinues to promote competition between to il per cent. Last Tuesday, however, ket. Attractive (?) Alliterations. Ho startling was this testimony, clven by cheap foreign labor and high priced a cut from 0 per cent to 3 per cent was Reward for any case of Catarrh Simply as a matter of record wu give Messrs. Oorman of Ohio, Cddy of ISoslon that cannot bo cured by domestic labor. For Instance. In April, made, to take effect July 1. after which Hall's I'eorla. who 1014, the exports of parts of automothe stock will pay l'J'.i cents a share. some of the news heads that have re- and Cornellliison Inof theso several aro the Catarrh Cure. cereals, leaillu;; de'deis biles, excluding tires, amounted to With this cut the rate of dividend will cently appeared: It would pie-J- - CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. that tho committee decided I'; O. "Uc. The Tariff Tangle. ll:o Investigation further to u certain havo known P. J. SC.ii.10.". or 10 per cent moie than In have dropped from 7 per cent, paid In whether tho American farmer win belti", Cheney for the lant 15 years, and believe 1013. to fi per cent In July. 1011 Mexican Muddle. April, WKJ. wlrtle for the same period July. honorable In made tho "Koal" under the present laiifl him perfectlyand llnanclally nil huslncai transactions Shipping Surrender. able to carry the Increase in imports was SliO.SU, ' -- nay City (MIclu .National Inrincr. bill as arfci'tluz agricultural products. out any obligations miulo by hli tlrm Itevenue Itnld. or 271) per cent. NATIONAL, BANK OF COMMEUCK. Newton (N. .I.i Register. Foreign Folly. The Reason. A Damaging Witness. n.all's..Cntarrh Cure ls takcr Internally! Gold tilling. While thi! national administration u acting directly upon the blood nnd mul In absolute value the linearis upon trying to lay hands on foreign markets, Don't Want Our Securities. cous Burfnces of tho syiitcm. Testimonials Idleness Increasing. Tlie unwlllluguehs of foreigners to sent free. Price 7a cents per bottle. Bold the American market may not lie co- foreign products of tho farm are liy Waning Wages. accept American securities In settle- by all DnnrglHts. Aro you Interested In what Is tak-lu- j; lossal us yet, but a tariff which can so the net of the Democratic parly admitTake Hall rurally rilli for constipation. Fanners Fooled. tilckly ovei balance gains abroad by ted free, and put on sale In our home ment of debts mid balances Is cited In place Uiiy by day nil over the Illundcriug Itliiulnes'). a Paris cablegram of .lime .'( ns exlosses at home hi' a peculiarly prosper- markets, and that Is a Just reason for world? if you aro you SKKU THhJ And all because of plaining the big shipments of Amerous Industry and can make those loss- the American farmer's claim that the Woodrow Wilson. ican gold, amounting to mure than $.0,. es nt home weigh heavier mouth by administration has put tlieiu on the Dishonest Democracy. If thoio is an usuiit In your town 000,000, In dune. This refusal of the Tho most economical, month lK.no force to bo Ignored. unfair list, and that Is why Democratic Free Trade Fully. cleansing nnd Klvo him a trial foreigners Is not at alt strange, lu order unit month-Dal- lyOn the whole, no more damaging farmers will vote for Itepiibllciin germicidal of all antUoptica la .'.n ct,ntS( times of free trade depression In prac wI, smlfty 75 contSi witness to the economic mistakes of coming candidates the Free Trada Conditions. If there la no agent in your town tlcally all Hues of business American the Underwood tariff need be adduced ItapiiN i In.) Leader. "Fnemptoyed horde overruns MK securities are not very desirable propSlvo (linn the April ".Summary of Comutir order to the paper in sourl." was the headline in one of III;? erties. When we have protection pros, which merce uiid (i'luiince." New Vork Pre.ss. this nllvcrtlHeiuont appear" "Business Be Damned." big newspapers of the stale last week. pi'ilty again the foreigners will be glad (you may fcet a Not "tlie public be d." but "busl It referred lo the tralnloads of har- enough to get American securities. A soluble Antiseptic Powder lo rate), or send the special clubbing ness bo d d," Is tho slogan of the vest hands responding lo the call fi.r Running 3WII Deeper Into Debt. order direct to Moreover, we shall have loss Imports, L. 1 1? 1 Again aiiulhei month glve.s us uu ad practical "new freedom." and If help lu the wheat fields of Kansas ni.d more ue uwsoivea in water as needed. the Courier-Journa- l. exHirls and bigger trade ha I ,. . . - anything uio,e ttu..i iwi.t loft Missouri. Ait II mmlUlnl nnll-A-verse balance of trade. Our Imports there Democratic tinkering tvlli -WKKKI.V COlltlKU.jODUNAL lias ; tli.iii we nn having under free " uuiibi'ihic toriiotieiirs during May iiurensed $".0,000,000 and when the iiduiiiiltrottun gets Uirnigh Hie I ail IT always brings just such ren- uuee ,ino 'et's need of sending abroad In troatiiij; oPcatarrh, inilaiuniathm.. or iK'en discontinued, but FARM AND limit' . 1:1,000,000 us H will tie because obstinacy got tun una,. ulceration our exHi(ii decreased ditions. Tlicsi- - men came mainly f 11,111 either go n o.' sis.. titles. l''A.Mil,v, a most excellent HJuiIra I'ouipiired wilh iMay a year ago. And tied up and hamstrung lu tlu wreck.- - the east, fed the large numbers of caused by feminine ilia It has no equal monthly iiiaKitisliie, j3 a worthy Is tin alive of the widespread wuij t?u- - jco. Philadelphia Public them our favoiuh'e balance of trado lor ten years tli Lydla ' iuWmm Rtvited Version, condition of unemployment In the Unit Medlclno Co. has recommended l'axll no successor. Tho prlco Ja ouly 25 eenli tlrely wiped nl, and Instead we have Jack earned good wages nt the mill H1 States occasioned by the laislr.cua in their privato correspondence with it year. Aslt for a samplo copy. nnntlu-rm- i rmlanco of nearly $'J,000,000. Hands Across ths S.a. And consequently man led Jill, depression and hard times which folOh, busy mills uf Kiih'lancl, forebiu ludebteduess it . Tlie foreman's lovely datiKhtcr, proves us superiority, And mi mir You're overtime' Uut free trade took Jack's work uway. ttoinon who havo low lu the wake of Democratic legis Boifrier-Joifrn- al piled up, and woJiner or later we must , ., While working hole .been Compano are Idle thousands 80 he and Jill three times a day . .... ay! It . "vnrih It. .....ill. Jn cured A I lu'tlon on the tariff. -- Central Missouri .- - t pay Uif bill ind.'as uwetofor, with gold." rruiKut And cannot nrn a dime! Sit down and dine on water. ' drugg at. 00c. larso box, or by I'epubllcau. Incorporated :iK)ds,' but wltliKi'M. j -- J. W. I -- J. W. ' The Paxtou Toilet Co., ies Hit-sic- k Costllett Thing a Nation Can Oft. lleferring to the boastful showln'tf the collector of the I'ori of New Vor of it Ir.rgc Increise In receipts from tariff duties, t.'ie New Vork Press remarks: WHAT FREE TRADE TARIFF HAS DONE Ths Depression It Political. Tho Industrial commission now and then gets Into politics in spite of all.lt can tlo Inward keeping Its Investigation apart from politics. An episode of much slgnlilcunce, which dovelocd at the session of the commission In Philadelphia .time 20, Is described by the Inquirer ns follows: LOOK Now is the lime to get the JOHN DEERE Wagons, Buggies, Cultiva tors, Mowers, Hay Kakes and Hay Also ." 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ORSOEN OF METALS BIG Leopard Home CATS AND CATNIP, It Was Slow and Painful and Over Arctic Ice Fields. PLIGHT OF TWO EXPLORERS. by their Fight Against Death tion and the Visions That Were Conjured Up by th0 Torture ot the Maddening fangs ot Hunger. Tile trirllilo every tiiiM-lc- r Unit Starve pliimtmn In tin- - Unit l.s Imimts iliwit tile iMii;tll,v The nrclii llilrwt. liTillilt-iini- i .iliiri'i iwcly miners Ituiu iiiinlliiT (Linger, lie will nut Hurt wiikr. hut iiit'iiiii'iii, U iilwnjs uii his trull -- Nlnrviitluii. In "I.on In tin' Awtlo" Ciiptiiln tin- i'.iliitcr who. J'Jnur AliLUelM-ii- , ntlir IiiiMiik liccn lv en iii tutovn two .witis. wiih plcl.t-- up In rant iiit'i'iiluiul by u miIIIiii: vewl. plvtt ii itiiiphlc tii'riMiiit of IiIh nie iiKiilust lumber. Their hIimIjo.' dog tlii'lr oiittltx iiluiiiliiticil, every morxol nt food ion sIikl' devoured, tin' only hope of .MIUU'Nt'ii iiihI Ills iiiiiipiiiiliin wsis to i null IT Kilometer Xnc-su- t. wile it-- , on tho full trip, they liiul left il few tins of food two houis we uiiiko n short "lit li.ilt. but the tent Is spoiled by tin; thought of the uiicotiifurtiihle ipmrter of mi hour th:it iiwnlt.i lit when wo Hurt ntiil try to get our stlfTf ittul inns-rli'Into working order upilti Ulir feet espechilly lire very p.ilnful: thu iinklfi nro swollen nnil boriibly tender. every "Thu pimp of hunger lticresi-I'or my own pnrt. I can minute tlilul; of twilling but food. At lltt my thought dwell upon nil sorts of dlslics. s tint gradually they concent rute s upon sniiilwlobfs Diinlsb In pnrtlciil.tr my fancy turns upon the rood that I have seen given nway to lieggntfi. mill 1 grow furious lit the thought of thu contempt with which ttiOKt' gentry often regiird such gifts. "tirnilually the ttiotiKlit takes pow-Rlo- n ot me thut 1 nm walking In the streets of Copenhngen. eagerly on the Suddenly I lookout for sandwiches. spy what I nm peeking, n little whlto objis t IjIiir to the right of inc. 1 turn to pick It up. but as 1 stop my foot strikes against a stone. The shock brings me back to stern reality. I take In my belt and stagger on again. "Iversen Is In no better case, I notice thnt he frequently stops and peers through the tlcldghiiss at something on bead: then he lets the glass fall again, with a shake of the bend. Once of twice I ask what be is looking at, but tbe answer U ajways the same he thought ho had discovered a' case of but It turned out to be a - lr S them-Helve- sntnl-wlche- rock. "According to our reckoning, we ought to reach 17 Kilometer Nnesset by about 0 lu the evening. We keep a inarp lookout for the point and sight something about 1 o'clock that looks Once more, however, we are like It Is not loomed to disappointment the point. "We pass many old camping places, fellcs of the Denmark expedition: but. it llthoiigh we search long and carefully tuning the old tins for uny remains of In the gatherfood, we find nothing ing darkness every point we approach leems to us the one we seek. Encour-igeby the tiling bt of food, we re; Souble our efforts. But when we get :lose enough to see that It Is not the point our Ulckerlng (lame of energy Jles down, and we stagger sullenly ilong with bowed hearts "We have no longer any idea of our n hereabouts, nnil It Is Indescribably onninny M ec time after time the lame headland with the two small hillocks itt Its foot, the ghost of 17 KiloAbout 10 o'clock, half meter Ntn-s- et. aiiid with hunger and exhaustion, we live It up and. creeping as close together us possible, try to sleep Itilt the pain In I vermeil's leg Is mi great Hint he eaniiot Meep. and he Is half out )f ,is mind. He wakes me at midnight and begs me to go on. "It Is bitterly cold, and the wind has shifted so that It Is blowing In our faces. Staggering unsteadily and feel Ing our way with our sticks, off we go jitu the darkness. "Finally, after another long march, (re sight n point that resembles 17 Kilometer Nnesset and this time It Is o trick of the Imagination. The race a won. for at the point we And fuel ind tins of soup and peas." d System That Simplifies Matters For the Railroad Men. I.Ike most ou'iei mysteries, that nf hunillllig the IhousailiN of pieces of Varied Theories as to How the liigguue th.it conic to ti gre.it rullro.iil Ores Are Formed. station basil simple solution, n pectus to the la.Mnan thnt theie must lie when mroimi'.g trains dump iNATURE HIDES THE SECRET. liutulreils of ti links mill Irnul hairs Into the liaugiiue moms for, distribution to nil pi.irieis of the city System, which Science Has For Centuries Tried to tills i nine to plaj mi Important part In Wrest It From Her, but Geologists all Ii 'sliicss nowadays, has made bag end Mineralogists Arc as Yet Unable .'utte handling n Hither simple matter to Agree Upon the Process. for the railroads It Is the use ol a key iiimilier thai docs the trlrl; You have tend or that legendary InTriMelels tune notlicil Unit their dian who while chasing game on a check iiuiiitiels run lulu sis llgures. It llollvluii liiouutiilti Mile seized n bush they iay attention to the tlgine" on to present himself I rum lulling, ami. their checks at all. It Is the third of the bush being pulled looc fiom Its these units, coitiittiiif bark riom the scanty hold on the locks, be saw Its llnal imujlicr. Unit is tin key to the crooked roots grasping musics of whole sWein ot distribution. The ex gleaming white ore und thus became piessitiau Htm handles the baggage tor the discoverer of the famous Hllvur its home distribution hands In to the mines of I'otosi. li.'igg.igc ilgelil Ills nuiss of ollecter You have also rend, perhaps with diet Us, all sorted on that lns. anil Itching lingers, or piospeetors picking the baggage handlers hustle the stall up nuggcta of gold worth a thousand out with wry little delay. dollars each or opening veins of iiiurta Suppose he lias only a few checks all shot through with heavy threads They of the yellow metal. fiom mi ttiuitiilug local train KSI.'.TO. I'M- mil) read :1SI7II. You know that ores ot gold and 7M. .".ssispj :tsns7. .".sup". :tsrj:,ii, :ixi. silver or of any other pteclous or usetiki, as i: it :imo:.ii und :ssr.::t in each ful metal are not to be round In everydisc the liiM time llguies ale Identical body's baik yard, but must lie .sought -I- tSI begins with The tlrst variation for In certain favored parts of the the fourth, or Hundreds. unlK Itv em th. means of this unit lie separates hN Hut lias your Intelligent curiosity ever clus'ks-ii- ll the 7's in one bunch, all the led you to Impiire how thoM- - ores c.itne i S'.s In another, and so on to bo where they ate nnil nowhere In the baggage room the trunks and you ever wondered what bags are illMi'lhutis as soon as recelc else? Have makes a gold nugget? ed In ten apatt incuts, each bearing a I'osslbly yon think that gold nnd unit number, from 0 to II. That num. grow somewhat as fruits represents the liunilied" other metals her liivarlalily do In soils nml climates that are spej unit of tl.e claimant's died;. The cially suited to them. Well, there I trunk with a liM.'.Kt check would go to In that idea, and the same couipaitiiielit as one number considerable tiutliIs. "grow" lu one sense, stir ed :!N"it;t ur :ts'.t:i or r.'.".i:s or iis7.":i the word s ttie key llguie. with the prlsingly applicable to such deposits. The figure .' Hut Is a great deal more In the result Unit there Is never any contn matter theie you would Imagine, and than Mon or trouble In locating the baggage fought more desired. It would be lu the compart on no .subject has science or battles royal than on this the origin .1. meut numbered I think that there are This simple plan solves the mystery of metallic ores. as to the prompt location of a piece ot some geologists who would rather Und hand baggage when a passenger rolls out this secret to the very bottom than up to the bagpige room door lu a taxi discover the richest lode that the ribs to get the piece of luggage be has bail of the earth contain. If they could do thecked an-- I has to wait but a moment both that would be perfection, and we to obtain It It Is n very simple solu must not forget that knowledge Is tluu of the trouble that a few years ago power. nntll about 400 years ago everybody annoyed all travelers who bad to wait for baggage to be transferred from one who thought about It at all believed terminal to another lu their own con- that veins of precious ore were distributed under the Influence of the veyances. New Yolk Sun. planets. At that time astrology held the place of science. Finally Ccorge Agrlcola. a German Sharpening a Pocketknife. Cutlets have certain rules for sharp- mineralogist, who lived about the time ening razors, pocketknlve. etc. "A when the gold and silver of Mexico razor." said one of the craft "mvist be and Peru were making Spain the temporary mistress of the world, hit upon laid Oat on the hone, because It Is hni low gionnrt nnd requires n flrje edge a theory which came In subslaiice Very Hut a iKiclctknlfe requires a stiff edge, near the truth. He taught that water. .ind the moment jmi lay It flat on n petH'tratltig Into the earth uud becomstone, so m to loiioli the polished side, ing healed, took up scattered minerals you lujuie the edge. It lillM be held at In solution nnd afterward deposited de them us ores lu cavities In the rocks. an angle or twenty to twenty-fiv- e grees nnd hae an edge similar to a The mineral solutions he called thu chisel." earth's "Juices." A couple of hundred years Inter the Skill. German geologist Werner set forth a Son 'a golf enthusiast! You mint ne view thnt became very famous under knowledge, father, that It requires a the name of the "Xeptunlst theory." great deal of skill to drive a ball a from Neptune, the god of the sen. hundred yard- s- Old I'anner-Shiic- ks: Werner's idea was that as the earth It don't require half as much skill as cooled down from the primeval nebula Hos It does to drive n pig Qfty feet out of which It was formed It was en toil Transcript. velopcd In a universal hot ocean, holding lu solution all kinds of minerals, Very Proper. and that when the rocky .crust was Hewitt lie always sings at his formed the water leaking down into work, .lew ?tt What is tils huslnessV It deposited its metallic contents by Hewitt IU Is In a grand opera com- chemical precipitation in veins ami pany. New York Times. lodes wherever thu clicunistances were favorable. Hut a hundred years ago the Nop tuulst theory, which hail swept everything before tlt In the minds or men or science, met its Waterloo at the IN hands of Mutton, the Scottish geologist, with bis "Plutonic" theory ifioni Pluto, the god of the Infernal reglousi. Mutton's idea w.is that the mateihils which till the metallic eius were meltand forcibly Injected into Suffered Everything Until Re- ed by heat and lissures of the strntii tlie clefts I J and Tlnor Fairly Reveled In the Odorous Plant. the parrots' comer the two gaudily macaws M.t up a note that to'd feat fully on the nerves of nil und made for that side of their cage, pok-lutheir beaks mid el:ius thiougli It When the cuttilp was buuiglit near them they liecntiie neatly frantic. They were given some ami devout cd It. Mem. leaf and hloss'itu, with nil eagerness that eiiated the noise of tbelr ''lies. Not trial was made on un Afilean leopard Heforethe keepers had teach ed tlie front of the cage lie hail bound ed from the shelf wheleoti be lay. up pnreiitly asleep, and Mood expectant A double handful of catnip w'ns passed through to tlie lloor of tlie den. Never wus the prey of this spotted African In his wild state puiiticc.l upon more savagely or with sueb abso lute enjoyment. First the leopard nte a mouthful or the stub", then lay Hit on his back and wiggled through the green ufass until his black spotted yellow hide was tilled with the odor. Just ns you have sen a cat net when It some catnip. Then ho sat on a hunch of the catnip, caught a laden stem up In cither paw and rubbed bis cheeks, chin, nose, ejes nnd head. lie ate an additional mouthful or two nnd then JumpisI back to his shelf, where he lay the rest of the afternoon, the very picture of contentment. In one tiger's cage there Is n very young but full grown animal. When tills great, surly beiibt Inhaled the first sniff of the catnip he began to mew like a kitten. Up to this time the soft est note of his voice had been one which put the roar of the big mimed lion near him to shame. . Thnt vicious ilger fairly reveled lu the liberal allowance of the plant which was thrust luto his cage, lie rolled about In It nnd played like o kitten. He mewed nnd purred, tossed It about, nte of It and after1 getting nbout as liberal n dose as the leopard hnd. likewise Jumped to his 6helf and blinked lazily the rest of the day. New York Ilerald. g f ical park obtained the permission (lf the authorities to tiy the elTect of catnip mi the aiiliiiiils there. So Tar us known catnip does not grow In the native lioiues of these iitiliuals, nnd this whs tliu Hist time they hud ever Mill lied It. The scent of the plant filled the whole place, anil as soon us It reacbe'il one at the Washington zoolog- :w EM Be Eiiiiteii T1 aEsr&ffl ' "'' "" - PiLHreUs UKcJMJt'. 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I had left my ship In distress when It Is the rule that the last man to leave her should If you are not familiar with Llppln- r LIV-VER-L- AX be the captain, nnd I ns executive cott's you are doing yourself and should be next to the last. the publishers an injustice. "Tloit wnu tlie most anxious moment of my career. What If a shot should sink the boat? What If a line bullet should get me? All the world would say that I had been guilty of about as craven mi act as can be placed at the This would not be door of an ofllccr pleasant reading for my father up In He would no longer think Vermont. that I hud done the 'lesf reasonably "The Standard Fiction Magazine well If the ship should blow up of America" Feci right all tlio time. Don't lay oft: wlille I was away and should appear from work for days by taking calomel reports as saved probably peoon the keeps you NOW IN ITS 4Cth YEAR when pleasant L!v- - Ver-La- x ple would smile over my explanation." on your feet, while relievingyour troubmagaAs It turned out. however, the Don't le. $3.00 a Year take Safer too, and easy to take. afford zine did not explode, and Dewey's 25 Cents a Copy anything else. You can't om below. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysThe "Neptiinlsts" and "Plntonlsts" presence was needed to bring the boat magazine to originate the tem and relieves constipation. A nathad a huid light, with the latter hold- crews hack and save the men still on (The first ural remedy, natural in its actions, suro idea of publishing a completes ing the upper bund, until tbelr theory the sinking ship. in its effect and certain in results. It novel In each number.) had assumed a kind of compromise will won't be long before L!v- - Ver-La- x A Famous Year. term, with water again playing the completely displace calomel in ever year ISO!) A YEAR'S It Is contended that the SUBSCRIPTION home. Children can take it freely anl principal role. The American geologist. Van lllse. Is the author of one of gae more celebrities and persons of with perfect Bafcty. Every bottlo guarBRINGS YOU anteed. BOcand $1 in bottles. Nona the latest theories, according to which genius to the world than any other Among and s2na meteoric water (coudensed atmospheric year of the nineteenth century. memora- 12 Great Complete Novels. 75 Short genuine without the likenesssalo by turo of L. K. Grigsby. For vapor) penetrates deep Into the enrtb's those wlio were born In that CO r 60 Timely Articles. Stories. J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Ky. crust, uud, with steadily Increasing ble year were Abraham Lincoln. Allan Poe. Oliver Wendell nolmch. 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ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor i i tie nsl.ry ef t.io v.? i). t j Tim Staie-'.wd- o lir.iimry last Sal- United States For ..I'.niry. U .s a bumper year." iwu:...y iwwiw ui sumo surj-risrAddrcss all rnmniunlcfltlona to tiw-xin d Kit ti.ug the Mexic;. i (in-s- 'l n, In most of Uie races tho ex- Information. ii .M HtH Hartford Republican. .pley jirfxlicts w.ut has Blhco !hv:pi! ii iiuii nml. n,'cl;!i.'iin tlpfpntoil lit .i led.uh ' el.m iai.eiii of Stanley by several tuousaml for the faNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS V.cu..iiiJ Huortn. Perhaps the 1'ics-lil.4ght new ions term Senatorshlp, carryl.ig Aug. tin- - jiuror wiit to Washington flutmcrllioro "oVereUt.mil. es .ie n'lf-sMHIDING-BREAKIN- G y lrtrfiMi inunt giro the old nililrrn In nmUnK the of tao oloV&i Congressional districts. PrwAlenl Carbajal asked the ,i ;owv.r .f tin! jk.op e of Mcx.cj," n requcftt. Camden won tjio s'.iprt term nomlna-t!binformally f ii yo:, as t.i.s ivritcr oo.ichiilos: Anierlcau Ilsslntiw t.ofnln nml Notlfr We Per line nnil Sc In u wa k. AJ1 tho Democratic know tha L.tentlous of Gon. Carra,n-?.- u "It is easy fur pol.nic;il ojiponento per line fur each mlilltlomil congressmen ,wero rcnomhiaUd by saf wuotio forces were saM to bo mure UeKuliitlonii nnil 1'iiril of Tinnier ObltuiirlcK, o cr.t.c.si'.but it is ti question i.s to majorities and Kluchu'oe won cut Ov- tllli 3UMII1I.Y aUUUlHulU, UUktWUISliUIII- - wiiot.ior u iy ono olso ecu d per line money In nJviini-e- . l.ae do'io Churili Xotlwi for eervlree tree, lint other er llcuison in tho second District-Hobpoii2 t.r.it Wi.tli tho beginning of pevicc any butti--- , or eve.i ns wcL.sj far iui Re per line. chimb nilTerthenientK. wa1? defeated for rcaomlna-tio- n couforences be the interests of the American n..u.'.n . bhculd hostilities eoinmnnluitlonn will reolrit no AnnuymoUK ' for Cuurt cf Apjicajs by Judge suspended. .u Me.ca.i uff.urs is concerned." Htteutlou. Cia:ellt.t, persona! ropr.souta-t.- o Hurt. In tho Republican primary A. B Tne future f.;to of t. o Do.iucratlc of Carbajal, hd a cu iforoncjwath I'arty.wn.cji Mr. W. elpli-- iJiinKs 'lie, Wil sou defeated Kan.st fcr the long i C.ca.eorla5a.il. term to tjic surprise cf jnopt pcopf.e. SjcrcUry Bryan, but t.io IaUer hail no d otaioiviii.ji cf Proaidwit W lson 2 raimeso' Mutual Uu'litt won the short term, thus liifji'iiiatUn from Carranza except that t.ircateus to dlsruit and su id to do- -j placing Ijolh the cumulates in the t.iu Cvrb-ija- l d3k2nt.s Jiad niraed nt feat, Is thus a .Mr- - (iiscl.ot was at city of Lou.svallc- - W. S. Hall won tho n.s liiadquiu-ursFRIDAY. MAY 7. "Suoulxl t..o Republicans n.'ik t.io r a 1 .us jo Uiidcidtnikl t n announce-incu- t iLffere.ice-nomination for Congress in this and unite upon Theodore from Saltillo that co- district over Morrison and Proctor by ordereel ,a geaeral advance:irra.in had Uojsoelt as candidate f- -r lt)li, wjille tjijs iiai.-clleucofortli, on Mexico tow seems possible, an attack ..1 a safe margin- ntinue under i'ts vrwent ownership, Tho follj.vinc Js tho vote cast in C.ly of 70.000 nun. Secret ar. Brjan, I be in.iile. UpJii the Democratic parJy it wj excrcisso a degree of lndspcntlou the 34 precincts in Ohio county last is teegraplied Ainerican wh.cu w.ll bu almoiit u.ijiaial eleil '." ' caco in j)olotlc3 which It has not Saturdayln tho general iirimay: Consul tn.liman for t.iformaUon. ltd fiorcencps and for t ie coiupaat-ius- s heretofore enjoyed- - It will support the Tiio Impression prevailod U. S. SKXATOU LON'O TERM. of the figiiU ig orga'.ilzatiii .T i? Rcjmb'lcan principle of protection and R. P. KRXST 493 In numy quarters that tho peace party before President Democrat. c unRepublican candidates soacrally, l 17" sent bj Carbajal hsJ (jeo.i W,licn was A. E. .Willson waj tho critic. 1G unsuocessfu! in tho.r uffjrts to have and the Republican parly was upon i less It Is known to its owners that L. F- - McLaughlin they have been d.sloyal to the people 320 Carranza guarantee a.iy iiinueisty, and tne ikfa.sivc. It nail been ssj long1 Ernst's plurality 2 titwt tne Coustitutloiiai't Cliler had s.iico tho Deinccrcts wcro ,n jiower arc unworthy, haVc obtained tlictr U. S. SEXATE SHORT TERM. CS3 dec.deel (o press pn to the nominations through fraud or by de- Marshall V. llullltt tui.it 4;ic:r Sins cf couiniissiou nml 3 bauching the electorate. "We do not S- F. Fitzpatriclc 1S7 capital. oni ijsion had faded in jnibl c con- -' DuP-"IDS one's collar, and two wear any majority Administration officials however, und the sins of the a UiQugiit ;t unlikely that CONGRESS- will not support a man simply bewere shinl'g mark3. It will Carranza 340 would upset all provlt-icause he wcajs a nomination tag, W. S. Ball years fr-- m now ii'ans for. a be very different 1G5 peaceful tra. fer t.f tne Goveranieut for the Deniocra-when we kimw ho has beji weighed Dr. Llndsey Morrison l.avo bcou ill ower US at Mexico City, sis recognition by and from th.u day of their accissU.n in the balance and Sound wanting Z. T- - Proctor lb the UniteU Staes w.U bo .withheld if they have been i '.ordinal ely bu-tRail's plurality im- where the Interests of tho laboring the Mexican cap.ial is Uika by 'f me uKarcsajvo icaiiiTiinp i i res-- 1 PROGRESSIVE VOTE. people were at stalte. AVo aro to force. U. S- - SEXATE LONG TERM. iiicnt wuson. iie las g.vcu lis f to make tl.o paper, more than 23 lowers no time to mediate as to i.Iie ever n county newspaper, devoted to Goo. W. Jolly BOARD PASSENGER SHIP- IS w.s.lom of his pjLc"cs, niwl w'.ero spad wlethout fear or favor. If that Burton Vanco 7 Jolly's majority Vera Cruz, Aug. 3. Tiie Constitu- hesiLitioii made itself apparent thless of their political opinions awl DEMOCRATIC VOTE. tionalist aut!ior,tio3 uday boardol party whip ha3 beh.n ned w fin. Great therefore able to call u spado a the Hainburg-Aiiierci.- li U. S. SEXATE LOXG TERM. Line uteam-e- r effect. TJio dlaposal of luiro i so by spade without fear or favor. It that 771 tin-- a.i Incoinlng ailmiii'strat'.o.' A:iou.iia, lying tiliiir-s'IdJ. C. W. Beckham is a Is the kind of paper you Clke we 023 priijc-pa- l A O. Stanley wharf at Tainplco, as siie bait to induce members jf your support. shall be G'ad to Lave G3 was about to s.i.1 t.r Havana and I'oiigress to remain i113.de the nulmin- J. B. McCreary 231 Santaudcr, Beckham's plurality and domanded tho sur- crclo Aid t'.i's argument Our views concerning tho primary render of two Mex.can passengers, lui bee-.- i useU with great U. S. SEXATE SHORT TERM. election Jaws have recolvod a decid-cJ- d s'iiior Pesos, :i 3 during t.ho liist year to seeur' CS3 Dr. Villa Nueva and shock Iry the results of the late David H- - Smith 2S7 whom the officials ci.arg(.d primary- - AVo had always contended John N. Camden 'h a;siut to i..e inca,urc3 Iirpj.-eI 39G Icldc. by Wilson. that the people should liave the Bennett H. Young 390 Tho captain of the vessel refusodl "TI.e crtam of tie j)atr-...i- g greatest opportunity to ru.e and that Smith's plurality is to surremk-- r the men, believing tliat itv sk mined, however and pers. na CONGRESS. the primary ins.o:ul cf the old boss o n.a-- ! f 1,001 the charge was merely a pivtease .ii.ib.t.oio witliiu tlu pa:. rirtdon convention sjsteu '.'as t'.ie TJen Johnson of 2S1 for executing ahoni a3 political of- -' i.f s thciiisclvcr, fcM- - The ras-ar- e very thins. It seems t" do John W. Boyd 2 724 fcidura- - Soklioia thercupen occupied any inipurCunt law goaerates jj.inson'J majority v Kj not cure v rule. Tieydj n.-- t vo'e d.s3nL.cns iiard to roc - k aie wharf aiid pointing artil ery und and when ir've.1 an i.ppjftui'jiy to do Rturi Engineers, Examination. inch.uo guns ut the ship threaten- elk. Tm Is all fae more true ro- - It cwt O" :o 111 tllC COlllC aUiK 51.-Public ed to sink her if she attempted to fio pa.t, i 1.1 tlu prosiat c. c, caa- - jjtjj to ZiO.d the .i.n.ary. There The C.mm'trlii cr ef s.hs nitej of one man who uas were casL by a 1 partlc-- 2.0SO votes, it Ro.id.s will hJ.I ..ii o.canuatloii lor cast 'of. of CounTIie captain of tho Antoninu ap- d ctatod its pol.cUu and co.iducted its cost he cu.ny ;.bout sixty cents for aplics:.'.? I r i. .e, following pealed to tho German Vice consul at business j. Pres do t each voter. Tak-n- s each party sep- ty Its J Ens.ncr &t tho placos: thins Tampico, who called for tho as3.st- - W. Icon's cabinet is more t'.ian arately Uie Domocrats cast i'n the a own peiso. al.tj. a.icu of Rear Admiral Henry T. May., a background for Seu,Uril race 1.SC0 votus and for Paducah, August IS. UendeiBOD, August 19. :i cuiand of tne American warships The functions of State, War and Nvy them a.one the cost would amount Uowlig Grc;i, August IS. off that pjrt. Rear Admiral Mayo r- -. are d.rei'-- d from a ulng'o d'uk ixi.he-r-! to almost one dollar jer voter. Tho EHzabetntw n, August 19. ported J.Le incident to Rear Admiral than from the cabinet table, and it Republicans cast CSG votes at an Louisville, August 20is Atiier.cau history that the strong Charles J. Badger, caniniauder-in- of about two dollars to tho Covinston, August 19." cinof of the AmoriK.ii t naval l';.rce3 man &s President, .who ruled indivcounty, whllo the Progressives cast who directed idually rather Litau through a Frankfort, Au ust 21.' In Mexican waters, 43 votus which would bo for that party Richmond, August 19. Cupt. Jackson, iu command of Uie of strong men about ii m, has go icr-alabout thirty idol ara to poll one vote-Isplit Ins party cnto factions, and 'Somerect, August monitor .Ozark, which ia3 lying in view of the lack of j.uere&t among August 20. the river near tho Autouiua, to .cave finally go, to defmt thru Piabl ty people In the selection of their the PaintsviKe. August 21. tne matter entirely in the hands of to car-- - all the lead iiunsolf- - Tne nomlntts by juis mode, dees it pay? London, August 20. tlic German vice consul, but to o.i-t- Amcricau political system dois not Jackson, August IS. a protest if lio passeajieis were admit for long f a dictator, how-ovGreat Wheat Yield. "rvnpber.sille, August 20thsroly ho may bo disgu scd as takou forcibly .from tho ship. CcaUrtcwii, Ky., Aug. 3. Editor Rear Admiral Ba'dger is now awa-t-in- g a 'tribune of the jieople.' " Republican Wo aro In about tne Letting. Instructions from Washington. Urycst country at tho lirescnt lhat infection and Insect Bites I will on Tuesday the 11th day of I have ieard of. Com u failure, peas Dangorous. August, 1914, at Combs Ferry, at MUST BM UNCONDITIONAL-Saltillo- , a Injure, stock water' dryed up and 10:00 a. m. let tho contract lor ap Mux., Aug. 3. If lU'ie Mosauitoe?, Tics and other insec's, drluk.UK water Karcu and deip ,n the proaches delegates have not authority wh'Icli ibroed quickly en garbage pa'ls. at Combs Ferry Bridge to wel.- - We produced a fairly tjotd croi tnu lowest and bMt b.dder, reserv- to agree to terms of uucoudJtliioa) ponds of B'agnant water, bar is.nius-t- y of wjiw iu t'io Ceatcrtown and ing tho right to reject any and all $1,000 Light Harnett Stake $1,000 Roadster Staka 'iilaces, etc., nro carriers of d s oso. surrender it :s possible tnat they Point sections of cju try, my friend bids- B Student' Judging Conteit Farmer Boy Encampment to be as fol will eturn to Mexico City without ,K very t Into they b'.teycu, they inject 'd nppr-achi- G Nat Llndley liav ng made uu average lows: Gen. t'araiiza- - Ac- poison into your system from which ovtn haying TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY yield of 40 busaols iter aero, which On the East end or South Bldo of cording C0113titUtiiljU. isis may tO resist. sonio elread beats the record for this section nnU the .bridge GO feet Jong, with u roall-wa- y Fine Exhibits of Hones, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field as .to die Gut a buttle cf Sloan's J.Inanient. It well inforiiif N'at Is kept busy answering iiujulr-ie- s when fin.shod, 1G foot wide. On situation, they havo bc.u reqititJl Is aat'septic and a few drops w.llneu Seed end Grain, Horticulture and Woman's Handiwork jn regard to uoqJ wheat. While Jho WVst end or North s'de 51 1'eet tu outl.no thoir exact. puucis. if tra'jzo tho Infection caused by inwc are perfectly willing to glvo N'at CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS roadway iwheu finished they aro uot authorized to meet sect brtes or rusty ua'ls. S ( ait's Lln'- lcng wit' all tho cred.t that Is duo lilni in tho 1G feet wide. GRAND and demand for unconditional surrender muitt idislufrcts Cu'js, i)ruls( production of this magnificent crop FIREWORKS Succcsslul bl'itJer w;u bo required on which Gun. Carranza ugreed to Sores. You cannot utford to bo withof wheat, wo must not forgot the to I'xecute bond DISPLAY for tjio faltliful them, it is said they wl)l not out It in your home- - (Money (back if n receive fact that his father Undo John kind-le- y of liig contract. Money to bo rsclvd at all. No Unto 'had boon satisfied. Only 25c. a your Druggist. was some farmer and Jiko begots For Catalogu. anil Entry Blank Address Reduced Railroad Rate bo paid when tho work U completed set y for a conference between like you know. T- - 11. BENTON, the delegates and Gen- - Carranza. L. Uncle John Llndley had a national County Road Eng. reputation as a tobacco grower ind 70S Paul Jones BuUding, LOUISVILLE, KY. For Sale. Not So Strange After All. handler. He never cultivated any great amouii of land Jn any ono year You may think it strango that so Ono small refrigerator. In nood bu always sought tho high yIo!d fcnd trouble by Chamberlain's Tabots. You condition. Call or ldrcss B. M. WOODWARD. quality. Ho left two sons, Warren wou'd not however, If you should and N'at. These men aro good farm- glvo them a trial. They Btrciigbli-e- u and Invigorate tho stomach mid ers consc-rvtho fertility of their FALLING TIDE FOR WILSON fcnablo i o perform Its functions land and tliat Js Wo causo of tho wRm DAILY DCTWCCNC Mrs. Rosio Risk Wabash extraordinary' yield of wheat. ''Nothing did me the hid., writes !WATT TAYLOR. (Continued from First page.) 's least good until I began using Tablets. It Is decidedly tho niunitles is doing Its best to discourNotice Ice , Users. . r." FEi3!Uii- -t I age those ugcncles and penalizing 5Iy bills must 'be Jw.td at tho end best iwJJicino or ptomacji itroublo havo ever usod" For Balo by nl'l thoso who havo built them up to the X each month or I cannot furnlih m present effective fighting v you with Ice. This 'lotlco will 1w tho dealers iover. att&ii-JSVii- SS5V 'K. iITi.W a "That 'there will como a reaction last. upon feeding pigs, poulFettie-Burn- s. Follows fast fcs Inevitable, against THE CREAT Clll? "ZZZA'ZZZ" 4t2. HOOKER WILLIAMS. M;si Carrie Pettlo, the aceompll'sh- - and signs of this aro not wanting-Industria- l try, liors;s and cattle pit samo of tho 6 Inrlw PIT fariwfmr t -- i!cm StQ fwlt HiiuuUlmj 15 pawvn Inth ((irAt.1 lalrrdlh9S tv. r i oJ 'daughter of Rev. A- - S. Pottle, and rrr. tol Jjtgir iiirr ij k.l t.M'tulUM-u- t iLu uv truier imi conditions in tho United many varieties of grains and feed IuLjd4 4Urtf thoMorlJ. Iu imuu Juuo ih. Lawn Fete. you can get here. Llko tho feed .Mr. T!co Hunt's, of Owensboro, were States aro not iartlcu!urjy good at Masn'-'ice- nt tcmrr, SECAKSSrn," "Cly f IXc" ur! "City of Duffola" Miss Leila Glenn entertained 'Mon- married at tho Baptist parsonago on tho moment, and tho public is qu'ck Itself, your porkers bo fed nro apt to Daily CLEVELAND crtl CUFFALO-f.fcyiatoD- ce.ist day evening with 'a lawn Mo in Gay street yesterday afternoon, tho to lay tho blamo upon thoso iu politi tuke first prize. Thq more you use I.uCtlu COO T. HI. Uo CUrLiBil 8.r. 'u !. r "t.crcLDI ( V) .M. CiJOA. M. f,n LwSUu gues. Miss Mildred liruhAi father performing the coro- - cal power for policies and busineiu what now is lioro hay, oats, corn honor of ((xuirt tJ:M?jrl Tl ) 4ho less occasion you wi 1 Jiavo for jtl CinatUan Tulntt, HallroaJ UcLrl Elgin. Sherbut and cuko.lwcs servtld; nionty. JU.ss Petlo recently ntovevl liero have become so Interwoven fchfu tho Ctiiurtlm4rt llutTtlo fr Mantra rU4iiil ull trrif wi 1'jr IrI.uu tirUlluu mi our tramrr. AL railtu.f Utnt4V .vtc.Li uuJ '(r Vo nt o'even. The out of town u sU w.tji lu-- r father from Ownsoboro- - Mr. mania for regulation from Washing-preso- condition, powders nml other cura! ic, riu li r iuuumu iI!ulrUH LcoLUh fntw j tr ikt-- l i I U Mrit.( wore: Mis3 M.ldred Klgin, illurns Is n pontinont young business ton that any a.ul all of ti'io tvfls of tives for your livestock later. TIIC CLLVCLAND & JJUFTALO TAUZIT CO.. ClovoUnd. O. Hojiklnsville; Misses McKInnoy and 'inan and was some years ago, In Industrial depression may quite p'aui' Barnes, Bmvor Dam; Miss Nancy Of- - c ..i.ge of the tobaoio warehouso here. lby 1a brougiit to tho doer of tu so lutt, Luiilsvle; Mi's Caro),no ho ?. IT.i.j left immediately after tho cero- - who aro plaolug lncreJlngly sov Tho Produce Merchant l CJic.tr, Pa.; Mjhs K! zaboth L.tt, uiuin fe" a hhort tour aud legal res rkt'ens upon bus.ncs3. Republican' Fine Job HARTFORD, -- - KENTUCKY Call r .mo la many ytur3 Imp.-.- a AVoost,, O, M-- s uer.ue ul i. ,kt tao flrat J.om in Owcasboro. Euncfi iui H rttord Republican. - !sl,olf ' ,vlr,,n c "" f yi j .- -1 s Wheat Preparation 11 to-da- n Je i3 . r undf-stoce- com-nitesio- ek-c!H- a u 3 1 pt ijia-itif- w-- l a-- -ty 00 t a-- Must begin as soon as the ground will do to plow. In fact, with the mous OLIVER PLOW you can begin at any time. So the first consideration is to buy one of our OLIVER PLOWS and the rest will be easy. If you haven't had demonstration of its work call us up and our mini will show you in your own field. The progress of our farmers have made in the production of wheat is certainly very encouraging. Only a few years ago a yield of or hundred bushels on our farms was big crop. Now we have many farmers whose record is over one thousand bushels a ,'year and yet we are not producing as much as wc are consuming. Boys, let's feed ourselves next year. Let's go in for more acres and more bushels to the acre; use better plows and plow more acres in a day. Buy an OLIVER. This great company has progressed in producing plows as you have progressed in your methods farming. Keep pace with each other and both will Wiei1 Ollt tl'ilimphiinl did. nt ' ' I . 1 - j -- s.ngle-I.audW- ad " -- E P.BARNES 4 BR0. BEAVER DAM, KY. - gr-Jii- p ly er er - KENTUCKY STATE FAIR SEPT. 14th to 19th, 1914 $3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE - be-o-n i "BATTLE OF MEXICO" to-da- ADMIRATION J. DENT. Secretary. nat-urall- " Cham-berihln- $inifoi4 hrrmiiT"1' r Farc$3Q2 mmasniv rDlJl't'ALO '?' Z---Sii n feau Cleveland over-regulati- feS82 itfOr ' l 11 1 hr nt tj W.E. ELLIS i " r Me-,- on The for Printing. L :". .v; .iy- In Full Blast" Our Semi-Annual hero for several days, vi)l wturn to' II P ADMV MPW lillTII lTlLll lliur liciun fin lloiikhmvU'ii lodav. Sl.o . lit U j vJl bo accompanied by .Mr. VJrgil WATCH GREAT STRUGGLE 13 g.n niul family. 9SSSSMSSSSS 'v-rjr- xi ' Ili-v- . A- Big moved Strokes Fail u id are occupying Alio Jasper prop-ori- y LiRhtcriing-lik- c Rov. Petilo Is on V ay Btrot-t- . Fall to Surprise of Miltuo lioimliir jastor of tlio Baptist 'Ho nid his family w.ll bo c.iurah. itary Men. u splendid nddlL'on to tlio cltj.on-hm- p of our owtu- l S. Potty and family liavo from Owotisburu "to llarl-f-jn- to SSMMSMGS S i:rr-rvt- t i kr PRICES REDUCED I Saturday, Aug. Roadster Touring: Cai & R O. .rws Kv-rss- J -- I. KUM DOWN AND HURRY-U- P Washington, Aiijj. :!. W.th u by l'y drawn map, u theater of tno proli Clr." stn.ot war in bolero them, fic last Sa unlay ovo.iing about b rmy BLratejjists Europetidiiy hurt) .tho 'cro cag- known- now o'clock. It is not j urH sea g no news report of luo .bin. A is supposed f.ro 1X.W homo of M- -. Kar! Andersen wus ikotroywl $440.00 SALE Is Progressing Nicely. i ; Bargains in great profusion which are being snapped up by eager buyers. No lime to wait 4g nowhurry! bale closes Next Saturday, Aug. 8 It's the biggest event of the season. Many bargains left- - but hurry, and remember It Pays To Trade Willi a House That Saves You Money. . geaaiaiKzv;... v. i''-- vMvvvvvvM4yv4'4tXKvvM(vWMvHi iNEW INSURANCE AGENCY; I liavc recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, Hartford, Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. 1 These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will ht pleased to hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, $ 'v. E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, MAY 7. V. - Hartford, Ky. 'llio young men Thursday evonlng visitors now In town. Mr. D- - Win. No. 7, Johnson, - Hartford It. )iaid this office a call M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. L. & wjijjo hero yesterday- Collins left .Monday for Klktou where sjio will visit dally except Sunday. Mrs. C K. Ilogors. ..No. 114 North Uound duo 2:20 . m. dally except Sunday. ..Mr. Duncan Hamjlton, of Groen- No. 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a. ni. v,He, is sjx.iidi'ng a fow iday with dally except Sunday. ii.s cpusiu, Mr. Douglas Felix-HorNo. 113 South Bound duo 1:16 p. ni. o Mr- - and Mrs. Pearl uauy except sunuay. Tweoddejl a flno boy. The youngster H. E. MISCHKE, Agt. II bairn tlio name, Muaker Kdmoiitd. Miaea Ella McIvi'Jauey and Anna Go tQ Aoton DroB. for barrel Salt. Uarnea of Beaver Dam, wero tho ! guests pf Miss .Leila G,cuu this week- Mr- - J. A. Duko Is very 111 at Misses Mary Laura Pendlaton and homo pa Main Btroot. I 8ALVET. the great stock remedy. Ileulah Mooro ore tho guests of rel- 36tf atlves and rioiids Ju and near Dun Bco U. S. Careon, Hartford. dee. Wire Fence best on American Miss Mary Anderson who ias boon earth. For aalo by U. S. Carson. tlio Kuwt of relatives and frlo'iWa U. S. Carson Is agent for tho fareturned to her homo in LouJsVHlo mous American WIro Fencing. Thursday. LMIbs Mlnnlo Itonfrow is tho fcuost Misa Virginia SmPUi, of Nowcastlo, of Miss Verna Duko on Union St. Ky., and Miss Mary Elizabeth Lacoy, Mr. James Carter, Narrows, vus pf riopkliisvljle, ano tho guests of In to poo us ..wullo in tho cjty Mon- M4ft3 Mariam' Holbrook. day. Prof. W. It. Hcdrlck, wuo Jias boen Our Jlittlo write un on tf wood ques- at tho Sanitorium, Battlo Creek, tion last week produced immediate Mich., for BJven weolis, ha ro'urued muoli improved lu health-Mrs- rtju'-ts-. Jaime FclUx, Mr?. A. It. Bur-to:- i, Now fall ginghams anidiwrcala on at &lo Hartford It. 1, and Mrs- - J. W. August 10Ui- Monday MarUi, Wahje, Tewaa woro Carson & Co. tlio files and mosquitoes by at this office yesterday nf'trnoaii. Flfiht cottlne your Screen Wlr0 Cloth at TJio utono )vh)ch '.s to ho used lu tho now .Mothodlst clturcn, but Avhlc't L. King's. purchasod a 3iow was lo In transit, has arr.vJd a id Mr. A. Alford has faward rapid' y. uuto-truc- k which will nialso regular tho rvvoijc cs JLS3 Mildred Elff,rn who Jias b.ullH and Owonsborp, trirs botwoon Hafod Uio Bucet of re'lAt'vcs and frSeuda Ua.u!ing bpth. fro1f;ht and ia3SQng. Miss liure-n-- Aug. 21st. No. 112 North llound duo 7:13 a. m. Misses Margorlo and Kvolyn Mullen, IVJacoton, Intl., aiv tno gueii,ta uf N. tlino card crfectlvo Monday .Mr. ahd Her. MrsJC. '' gaX) a liay rldo for Uio several Mr-an- d exports at Uiq comparatively nlow bcgiiinini' of tho German campa gi. dollarsT;io American War Oo'.lgce, jutteru-e- d nlrge'y upon tho great German BASE BALL DOPE war inach no known as tho General Staff, had understood tnat bo perfect' y had every dutail f an offensive JtBVKNOB ON HQI'ALITY ca:npr'Bii against both Franco and aquad trounced their II113.V feeo.i worked cut 'by tho Ger- Tim old riv 1" Equu Ky, tit East K:id Park man Kr e;jspiel players that tjio first fall llko llghtn.ng Saturdi'" by the decisive BCore of 10 ' blows would otrokta out of a clear flity, nnd tliat d to 1. Tl- gamji was not ua tho hours ttoujd Indlcato au'd fur within two u3 uio several Kiiiinga tno wnncr was un-- ! declaraUou cf wsr, or Indeed otter f.rs,t Ger-o- ff certain. TU-- visitors P" .busy rfgatj order fo .nobllizat.on, a batta icns woujd be many miles io r,.cl and raa in three before across both eastern and the H uo Scks steadied down and n boundaries into the ojom- fifth vroiKrts of n Jacal vie-- 1 wf U the territory tory were not at u'J flattering. Hart- - ics' (Jio only manbelieved It fjrd eurtcd itu scoring in tjio oeeond ner waswlLCh tU that exoout'on of these lu wIujbi b.g Joanson, e'.ie swatting ircfuly Ja:d plans uld bo Slcfcated parkol the b.ill f- -r a homer. Ho wou'd be by tho interjios..tlon to tho ropcutxil this snint in the eighth advance cf KvJig iva'.ls of French and aomeUuna taat never hapiwned l.slciis, yet there lias been lu tji" h.story pt tlic park- in no report of battles on aiiy largo tno fifth the localf? cat busy with scale. war clubs and amassed a total Conscfluwit.'y the belief is cxpresl cTiich enough to the among mriftary men hero that inof five, game. Hickard ami I'irtio compos d visible w'rw are holding back tor Hurtftrd, opposed by lIh bat'-er-y of war, and .tiiat the full W.tliro-uid Thorpe. Kquallty's Utar strciiRl".. of tho mllluiry forces on all hurxr was tsavcrajy JiandIcapjH.il wili shies is bong withhold whllo the a had finger au'J puwed iiluck .n go-- t statesmen and diplomatisls in the Z Into tno irnie. Atter Uie first European capitals are plavvng t'.o Tast ball cards In t)u despe-ratcamo of dipiii.i..iE Kick..rd li.tc.ied a:r t and iiUj KxUtd in WiVi a timely lomacy in t'10 Jiopo now, not of jb ipt or f..o- A S"-- d week day avort;iig.,s ncral war, but of socur-iind.vduallv cutCi advantages as crj.d was out. mJy bo obtained thru do'ayed acUXI3 ur. tion Kipul ty. Hartford. After ljsklng mcr a1! availabo dariunnner, r. f. It.d, LM. ta of today's oporatilocs, t'io stratc- Cuudiff, 1st- - Tlurpe, c- yl?t3 wer unanlmcusly of the opinion 1st. li that tho p'ans of campaign had npt Uarnott, c. f. Harper, 'id. sa far unfolded as to admit of a Joh:i32ii, Cd. Grotory, s. s. guess as to tho real purposes of tho IXllon, A Uigto-n- , c- I. Croat military Jeador3. What has been Welsh, 2d. Rowo, r. f. done bv the German army in tho l'irt.c, c. I'Vrgiuoii, r. f- East in tlio invasion of Belgium Is TayJor, 1. . regarded as pura'y precautionary an!d Withrow, p. calculated rafaho to provont a possible Itickard, p. quick dash by tho French legions InUOX SC'OKK. ' 1 2 a 4 5 C 7 S 9 It H E to tiip fatherland than with tlio pur-PQLinings deliberate and cf beginning C lCipu-it300000100 4 10 !) pfogreislvo campa.n atoward Paris. 2 It x 10 Hartford 0 1 0 0 f 1 0 TJ;e clashes reported to have taktn place on the border cf Lorraine, aro HABIT SNOWED UXDEIt-Habi- t looked upon as insignificant and as camo over SaluiUay and a mero fouits to develop the French nine act comedy wia staged at East strength lu that 'iit.er. Military End Park. The visitors wot brought about maj)3 ," off Uioir fet anil iio old ti.nie jop disclceo an astonishjnely largo was not Uierc. Many fans weait over Gcrinaninllllary force In that exiiectlng to seo a fast and snappy There appear to bo no lss gamo but tjioy bj.w tho loca'a walk than t'ircc army Ulviljions withlu a.vay with a 10 to 1 victory. .YVcstcr-fifel- d etrikiug dl&taneo of tlio Froiich fron was on the incund for tho vis- tier on a lino less than a 100 miles itors and was tnefoctlvo from tho in length. If a goneral campaign had been start- - Thro- - different pltohcrs wero thcro was sufficient German sent in in a vain attempt to stop lino terrible ons'augnt of Uio lecal Torce, in tho opinion cf tlio experts sluggers Tlio Davits3 county bys hero to havo broken thru tho Frenoh wftioro tiiero were however, uro caiab; cf puMng up line3 at any poiii$ 110 great fortresses sucli as Nancy and a better brand of ball than that of Strausburg. Saturday. Their team was aamowhat to thesq samo Of course, wcakoneld by tho absotico of some of calculations, ihls German adranco their best nion.miglit bo only temporary, as It Is known that th'o French army is gathEquality will return Saturday in ered lu great strength In the two a (hope of revongo. The game will bo fortifidd towns named and ps It woulc called about 3:00 and a 'good crowd bo only, a queQtipn of time bciforo Is sure to bo on hand- they vuuid full upon tho Gennan flanke in tho offoit to cut thp Jfnes Cuudiff was hit on the arm in tho of couimuuicatjon, isolate and defourth frame Saturday and was forced stroy or capture tho invading army to retire. Elgin took his ilace and before ft could bring up Its 'reserves. So far as can bo discerned here, the did well. German campaigns lii the oast are basis and ut tills Ono pf the classiest plays pulled on a different off on the local diamond recently stage at least aro rather defenfllvo camo .when Elgin scooped up a. roll than offensive In oharaotor- Reports have couio from Berlin that cr between first and second with his JiaiJd and forced a, runner at German troops actually Jiavo crossed baro tlio Itussian frontier, south of Dan-zlsecond for (lip jthlrel out. But IJii's movoinoiit Is believed to Tlio socoud team went toBulpliur bo calculated simply to harass tho organi Springs Sunday and .was dofeatl 7 Uu.ssu.iiB and to rotard tho of the great army of tho Cfcar sation to l. which finally must bo reckoned with. I one-sidety-fosn-.-- to havo aiartid from tin oil stovo j,i When discovered it Lio Ijltc io.i- i.ad gained cro.it headway and was Only a small nortion bcio..d jp.fcls or I'M uotlilng and lioustjic-lho veru inv.d. Uy heroic effort out build. ng--s and .Mr. Fred Coopcni h jU3l iiisirby wore cave'd. Ttli "nous vaH insuioJ for $1,000 aad luuseho'tl not Kooda for $200. but tUis will cover tho icss by sveral hundred j1i;t.iib events that aero nume-atar-- AQn fin J v tamng place in Germany, Hussia n.ul ! ranee- Tiicro was a compleSo lack cf of- fle.nl Lif rmaU'on, Rr the Anier.can Euuttacnos at i;.o var-ou- s ropean embassies and thu legations uro Bt!.' cut ! tcutti with Uiq War nuliU-.ilXij-ime '' B. DETROIT. S New Car Load in Stock at ISonio su:pr'.?o t Madisonville. Buy Yourself a Ford at 1915 Prif ts li Is cxprc-sae- by tho " J BARNES AUTOMOBILE CO. (INCORPORATED.) CENTRAL CITY, KY. -- afr to 9SSS-VS -d d"-ni- 1)0-fp- io Hus-3!a- ir Mie-doj.- ii l! j4 - ur REMNANTS o3 ' i a; PRICED VERY LOW - s-- iguaiia SOON OUR FALL GOODS WILL BEGIN AND TO 30 COME IN. WE WANT TO CLEAR. OUR SHELVES CASES OF ALL THAT REMAINS OF OUR THAT THE WAY TO DO THIS y SUMMER STOCK. WE KNOW QUICKLY IS TO PUT THE PRICE AWAY DOWN LOW AND TELL YOU ABOUT IT. YOU KNOW WHEN WE TELL YOU OUR PRICES iieigi-borhoo- i'- ARE DOWN. THAT THEY ARE AWAY DOWN. OUR PRICES WILL NOW COMPEL YOU TO BUY MANY OF OUR REMNANTS YOU CAN USE. COME IN. - CARSON S: CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. wL'l ,be Bono veryr Important busl-ncs- q sides tho gucste of honor. to be considered at this mootPunch was served thruout tho evening and splondld music was ron'd- - ing. I er Any farmer Interested in ered iby 'Mr- - Murray Daniel. Invited to bo Tlio guosJu of Jionor wero Misses ation 1b rospeatfully Virginia Mary Elizabeth proscntand take par In this 'mootSmith, Lacey, Elizabeth Lott, Caroline. Ioug, ing. Piretftleat. tt Eunice Kathermo Shouso, Nancy and Mr. Duncan .Hamilton. and Mrs. Felix acted as Summer Constipation Dangerous. schaierono3. Co'ustliatIon Is in Suninior-Um- o Pay Your Taxes. more dangerous than lu tho fall, winof-tTho school tax for HartfoiW white-grade- ter or spring- The fo'od you eat is ooutamlinated and Is more HHely school district No. 1 is now to fonnoiit hi your Btonuich. Tlion you duo'and tlio penalty will 60on go on. are apt to drink much cold water durBo ready wlie-q-, I call on you. ing tho mt, weather, thus injuring . your stomach,. Colic, Fever, Ptonialno STEVENS. Poisoii-'n4t4. Collector- and'ohtor ills uro natural m x .w 11 kosp you woV., rosu A. S. of E Notice. as it iucreiisoa Uio Due, Uio natural ho imwe-J- s of tho Tlio Hartford Local Union A- - S. laxativo which r-of K No- - CQ1, wUl moot at tho llon-no- tt congested poisouous .waste.- l.oaiant Bohoolliouso next Saturday, Au- and Wfectiivo- 'fako doso gust Sth, at 1 o'clock p. m. Tiiere 00c. at "our Druggist. co-opOf-fuoa g ta.Po-!Do-I.a- c. Tho third team was 'doreateAl Mcilonry Monday afternoon 11 to at 10- - Formal Dance. Ouo of tho greatest sjcjal of tho uuminor seuson was Uio suc-cuss- cs Constipation j Causes 1 r. yourself;) to Upconie Don't permit constipated, as your eysUyu Immod- iioly ibegbis to absorb iiolsbn poison o back,eduii-wastmatter- - tjiao from Dr. icing's New Life PllJfl and keep well. Thoro Is no botitey- safeguai'J aijalnst iilhees. Jus ako one dos? 2&"n1!you? bfuj;slt. - elaiico given by MJisrn Mariam Holbrook anU Mary E.i&abofh FeUx Bean's rink Wednesday night In hohor of tjie.r guests. The hall was beautifully decoiatcd with Bun flow-or- s quite a gala apaUl ivreoie-ite- d pearance (to tho many guosta. Many out of town visitors weix present to Juke- luirt In Uio mnrrluie:it, be-- t... CUT THE ARMY RED TAPE. SINGING TO A ..Wijn, PHONOGRAPH. FAMOUS SLOVENS HMGT0N, essujs to waft the olee upon u phonograph reeoid. Anil It N sale to s.n this singing to the phouogiaph Is the GENIUS IN UNCOUTH ATTIRE. most trying ordeal Iu the m list's i til Wlllich vvu for mill Infnrim-r- i reer Singers like Ciruso. Melb.i, PuriMi. Turner, the Artist, Dressed Like an !.' tlw Konor.tl cunim.indliij: that he hlm-c- lf ' tinder nil est U t Aui.itn mid a host or others are unlit o Old Time Cab Driver Dr. Johnson lant consider city where good hotels In tllO pllMfllt iu deflating the singing loi icmnl-- . bound, the PowhiUo hiads the Was Grotesque, and "Old Fitz" Out"Vou m.iy leave your awtud hetc." Is the hardest wink they oer have litt. raged All the Sartorial Conventions. added IJtisecinns, "tnilll .vnur rase l iindei taken Thc.t are le.-ef- t It If first In the beam of its or their countrymen. It Jr surprising how outrageously tried" audiences that Inspire iiiilldenii, und "Yes, ceneral. I will mushier niysell (hey tieccssaiil, must be i a refill to careless of their pcrMiiril appearance ninny famous iiumi have been. Ueiilni under tirrent." was the reply, "uwljiist avoid false notes or lulleetlous. The niuy or may not lie Milled to madness, as soon as tills engagement Is oer, I'll slightest clearing or the throat or the but It has eoit.ilnly very often been cunieauil ll.' up the nutter' untitled shinning of feel will spoil a i:: rss:&i && linked with mi titter dhrcgnid for "Hut, sir." said the astounded Itnsu record. At d then It all has to he done clothes nml cleanly lulilK trans. '! want jou to consider jour over again It Is said of Turner, the Kre.it elf under an est now" The singer Is usliend Into n groat painter. that his hands, wore "the "Of coin so I do." responded Wllllel harullke loom, em tallied olT at one sninllesf nml dirtiest hands on ivconl." promptly, "ind Jut ns soon as this end. Through this euit.ilu ptotiudes The Towfiatan u rclTncil, ex", cluinc, and restful H'oilinps (hat l nn cvacfiotatlon, but fight N nwr I'll -- co that the mattei Its excela gigantic brass hum. suspended from lent location on Pennsylvania lie was certainly vuiy slovenly In his Is nrinnged" AvenJc, 18th and II Mrecti, -i the celling. It Is utlachul to the phodyefs- - IIo wore n hlnrlj swallowtail makes it a desirable headquar' "lint, sir," expostulated" the coin ters or bridal, couple, tourist ress coat, veiy nun.li in need of a inaiidlng geiiei.il. "I enn't let you go nograph record. eonentionj. Schools and Is then the singer notlci n bey It cjotbesbrusb vlcotously used, anil In J L STICKS' COLRTS. tolleges. 1 Into this light. You are under arrest. of musicians, hut with hwliunicnts D. the warmest us well as. In the eoldst I will usslmi mi olllcer to jour bil The Powhatan attracts .the Hd. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft the like of which he ncrr has men ' Tcsr'e ot culture and education. jjffljlier ho wore round bis throat a gade." Law Attorney er ad Monday In March, Tuesday aftIts proximity to State, War and The lollns me or "sort of wrap or uiutller. which he "Ytw send an olllcer to command mj In any theater. from Natv Departments, also to many er lid .Monday In June, Tuesday aftKY. HARTFOKD, the Instrument different shapes Intcrert, points of historical would unloose, letting the ends dangle er yd .Monday In September, Tues- makes this hotel especially atnml d7p Into the colois bojs!" died Wlllleh Indignantly. "He with which he Is familiar. The horn down In front iday after ;ld Momlay In December. ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVRrN tractive to a discriminating public. of his palotto. He always worked can't lonimnnd theml They I don't nre of varied shape, nml to each Is L. A. McDanlel, Uocktiort, I'rldaj can attached a little funnel that points know him! They know mo This off Ite Is equipped tor handThe Powhatan oSeri rooms 4'lthcr with Ills old li.it on his lieml or after ud Mondn In March, Krid.'V)' with detached bath at $1.50, with this same larpe imilller over his teach them None of my boys would In the, direction or the large receiving after 3d MouJday in June, Friday ling Commercial Law and Collection $2.00 and up. Room with priafter oil Momlay In September, Items as well as other legal and litiiiead- - Ills appearance was more like know how to light or what to do nn horn. This Is to concentrate the sound vate bath, $2.50, $3.00 and up. Friday after ild Monday in De- gated The conductor sits on a phitfoim Write for booklet with map. that of nn old time coachman than of less I was with ilirni. My hoys belong matters. Practice in all th cember. high above his initslcliu n famous Royal Academician, for he to inc. Yes. nie. (ieneral Wlllich! and the CLIFrORD M. LEWIS. courts. Prompt nnd vigorous service. S. YV. Leach, Cromwell, Ycdncsd:i I must light Manager. singer. Thus he offers no obstruction wns .ghurt and stout, with a red and command the brigade, and y M. L. Ilcnvrln'B Office. after 'M .Mouda In .Aiarch,, the biijKido!" blotchy face. to the free transmission of the soun I after lid .Monday in June, fienoral I!osporuns gave It up Olen waves. The singer Is stationed upon - Dr. Johnson's sloeiillness hns al W'uliicsday after 3d Moifday In Sep ffiT"Tmi iUliijciu' most passed Into n proverb. There arc er.il Willlih was icqiiestcd to returi-"ana platform and close to the mouth tember, Wednesday after 3d Mott - jT w.mik.stuvtton oniir MvitriM. many colitvtiipnr.iry accounts of his light his bo.s." which he did of the born. Ciuinnrll, k. llntltoril. K.v. day In December. turning out of his house In Holt court most successfully. And that was UnBiiy.KifflgSiiMfliri'ErTri H. C. TIclu'nor, Ccntcrtown, A red light Hashes, the musician STRATT0N & MARTIN with his wis luck to front and his did of the matter- .- Washington Star. urdav after :tnl In each pour forth light. oft melody, tor HAVE YOUR SUITS E I mouth. motilities down. When Hoswell visited which their Instruments are particu- I Attornoys at Law him tit Inner Temple lane he records: larly designed, and the grand opera Vlti8on Smith, Select, Tuesdaj b BECOMING A BRITON. CROMWELL, - KY. very "His brown suit of clothes looked arter -- d .Mouda) In March, Tuesday artist loosens his vocal cords Ills tone rusty: lie had on a little, old shriveled, The i after -- d Monday In .May, Tuesda Wj1! jimctice Uiflr prfessan tit this cu Easy For Aliens to Acquire Citizen- must be steady mid strong. unpowdered vvlj:, which was too small after 3d Monday In August, Tues- and djolnlng counties. Collections, slightest variation Is recorded upon ship In England. for his head: his slilit neck and the day after 2d Monday In .November. the wnx record, and n trivial noise Commercial and Criminal Practice n A laigc number of aliens become knees of his Ineeches weie loose, his WedW. S. Dean, Dundee, may spoil the performance. Once he and DyePrompt nnd vigorous black worsted stockings 111 drawn up, British subjects every jear by taking nesday after the second Monday in Specialty. finished, the record Is placed upon ' March, Wednesday artir M .Monda service- - Notary lu office. and by way of slippers he had on a udiaut.igo of the iintiiralbatlon ait. has ing a producing machine and played oxer In May, Wednesday after 3d Monda pair of unbuckled .shoes." When It Is The process of taking out naturalizaLadies work given In August, Wednesday after 2d Monadded that this ure.it man was con- tion papers In England is delightful,! to detect faults. These errors are day in Novoinbcr. stantly twitching. Kruntln?. shaking simple. An application can be put pointed out and the singer rehearsed Again he repeats Hen F. Itlce, Fondsville, Tuesday bis bead, pulling his cheeks and blink- thtoiigh iu a couple of weeks If good to prevent them after 2d Monday in March, Thursing his eyes. It must be admitted that and sulllcient icasons can bo shown, the song, and perhaps a dozen times Hats Cleaned I AM day after 2d Monday In .May, Thursbis appearance was not only uncouth while the average time elapsing be- he is forced to sing before n perfect day after 2d .Monday In August, wax Impression Is obtained. tween application for a eertilleate of but grotesque. Thursday after 2d .Monday In NoTo do any kind of Veterina-- j Great grand opera artists are paid Thomas Cnrlyle, coming of a peasant naturalization and the granting of per Work called for vember. ry work. Horses, mules and race, never conformed to society garb. mission to file the o.ith of allegiance to thousands of dollars for a series of recDen W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftBe was always the Inspired peasant the king with the home otllce. which ords, nnd the sale of these brings milcows need not die for want of er 2d Monday In Murch, Friday after to the manufacturers. Indiango out In bis automatically confers nrltlh cltben lions Be would sometimes 2d Monday in .May. Friday after 3d Club $1.00 Calls answered attention. apolis Star. old drcBblut; gown, over which be but- snip, is only about eight weeks. .Monday Ju August, Friday after 2d day or night. Tbo naturalisation act of 1870 re toned a big coat, gray with ngo. When Monday In November. quires that the npplicntit shall haw HAHTFOHD POLICE COURT. Dueling Prime Ministers. be was left alone in the houe he O. C. Martin, Judge.; McDowell A. in swilling his flagstones with resided iu the United Kingdom tit least In the old days u number of Ilrltlsli Hartford Pressing Cliib, Veterinary Surgeon Fogle. City Attorney; J. P. StevctiB, pails of water, and many a distin- fle years and shall intend, when uat premiers figured on the dueling ground. .Marshal; Court convenes scconkl Mon- Ky. guished friend found him thus en- unitized, to continue to reside here. John WiUon Croker wiote In GUNTHKIt ULD(.,CENTEIt ST. day in each month. The lease of a house or an apartment "Within the Inst hundred yenrs sis gaged with a kind of smock on and iCIty Couucll J. C. Her, Maor; R. HARTFORD, KY. bla bushy hair all tousled. lie went Is sufficient to establish legal tcldciice persons have fought duels who have T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Uean, Treasabout all the summer among the hlgh-ee- t The landloid's uoid N taken as been prime ministers Pulteney (Lord urer. Mombcrs or Council J. C. Utti-nct- t, The applicant has merely Bath), Lord Shelhurne. Mr. Pitt. Mr. aristocracy iu h fi ice Jacket wblcb Capt. A. D. White. A. E. Pate, WJU part of an old diesslng gown. All to till in ii Mai:!: with the details of his Fox, Mr. Canning and the Dnke of J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yclser, W. II. Gillespie. tbr cabmen and bus drivers Chelsea resident e and other informitlon and Wellington. I might also add Peel, 9 way knew him. One snld. 'Tie may lime the fai ts us to his residence veil who twice challenged, and Cnstle-reagSchool Trustees J. D. Duke, ChairYOU National Weekly lied by one Itlltislt subject, while the man; R. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. who was almost n first minister. wear a queer 'at. but what would yer applicant's lespectuhlllty and loynltji Of late yenrs the custom has certainly J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. give for the 'endpleee inside of ItV" It would not bo seemly to describe lililsf he vouched for by others. He decreased, nnd the house of lords bus RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Tennyson us slovenly In any real then tiles the application with a 1 fee not now, I dare say. above half a doz M. E. Church, South Services at the home oliUe. Lon-- J en who have actually fought." cense. lie was a singularly noble Until this morning and A special Scotland Yard detective is don Standard. and Collin's has licciv looking mail, but he did not care a Jot Treatment third Sunday evening evwiy first Sunin each aionth. told at SS. 50. Now what be wore. His old slouch hat had assigned to Inquiie Into the case and school the price is $2.50 for WEAK day every J:45 a. m. Praer nieot-lng- " aeen unnumbered years And .happed examine nil the statements on the up Kansas In Rimi. YI Wednesday evening. Ruv. KVBHT andwehatcsecutcif I love the state of Kansas, with Ita about at all angles, and the Inverness plicant's memorial. Three months Is LUNGS or 11. W. Napier, pastfcr. J aaaaaaaaaWvl aconcesMonvA here cape which he Invailably wore was allowed him Iu which to make his re fields of wheat and corn: 1 love the Baptist Church Services morning b) we can offer it CONSUMPTION an evening every second and fourth about as old as his hat. People who poit. but u few weeks usually sullice. Kansas sunset and the Kansas dewy . kA at a (till further knowing his Immense If the application Is passed anothei morn. nnd. speaking inctnphoilc. I If you mention this paper we will send you Sunday In each month. Sunday school reduction in conmet blm without CI Is required. The applicant grow fat on Kansas crops and never nection with this distinction would have regarded him fee of a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for 0H5 a. m. Prayer nieotlng every Wed then has permission to tile his oath of mind the absence of the yield of rye that tired, nesday evening. Rev. A. S. Pottle, publication. feelinjr, coughs, oa a rather (plaint character, and u allegiance, which concludes tile piuc and hops: 1 love the Kansas porker in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, pains pastor. weak tailor's cutter would not have nsscd Special .Offer to Our Readers Christian Church Serv Ices every nnd the Kansas tqpnotch steer; I love lungs or consumption. blm at half a dollar, all told. third und fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. Kcmcmzins the crcai demand for Co'lut't at the Kansas zephyrs and the Kmisns OHIO MEDICAL CO. 10CK 80X 616 antJ 7 p. m. This Is a description of the daily Sunday school U:30 a. in. the new since. uehaemale arrancenicnts ti A Puritan Jury. COLUMBUS, 0. ntmosphere: I love the Kansas serof IMwanl Kltygoralil. the Elder Gulnn, pastor. Iter it ami our iik n ublictiun rcli one ear fashion of nonien mons, nnd I love the Kansas Jokes, That the Puritan (or the price of CoWialopc. This isallimtrj. immortal translator of "The lttibul.v.it" .,... SECRET SOCIETIES. uflcr an J must be taken ad vantasc o( prcn(iil . , .,.1.. .1i..ji-.;Tf- l Khayyam: "Straggling gray clalnre pi educed some ery odd le but the thing I love in Kansas iuot 1 of Omar Hartford Lodge No. 075, F. and A. ory geneially known. The the Kansas kind of folks. Kansas City J3 M. nieoU overj first Monday night hair and slovenly in dress, wearing an suits Is What You Get n Ccflier's London OlnonUle recalls that .Tames Republic. In each month. W. S. Stevens, W. nut lent, battered, black banded. sdiln.v Hi oine. hi his "Travels 0er Digljuil Collirr'i l the one Inc. itiilcprnileiit, fearlcst M.; Ovvon Hunter, Secretary. edged tall hat. round which lie would wciU) cil til- - wl.ule country. Not onl is it the Wales," published iu Hartford Chapter No. SI O. E. S. The Organ. rs hi m wintry weather tie a handkerchief Scotland and copy citizen's handlmcik kul II is alto a in 1700. ghes a of a "Jury IEetiiru meets every second and fourth Monmainline for the hote Lmitr. Amons the Like most impoitant Inventions, that to keep It in place: his clothes ot pR& tliincs that a car's (ubscri(jiin cats tici Made at Kje, Sussex, In the Late Ue of the organ Is lulled In mystery. The day evenings, .Mrs. J. II. Willhims, baggy blue cloth, as though he weie n w. .M.; Jas. II. Williams, W. P-- ; bellluils Tioiiblesome Times." 1000 Edllorlalt Invention of the organ has been atseafarer: his ti misers shoit and UK 600 Newt Photoa Succeed when everything else fails. Miss Ellzaboth Miller, Secretary. The names of the twolio good men tributed to Cteslliius. ii bather or hljoes low, exhibiting a length ol white 250 Short ArWelea In nervou3 prostratian and femnl Rough River Lodso No. 110 Knhrht and true weie: Meek Itiewer. Ciacelul ISOSkort Slorlra about '.'.V) it (' : also to the celor gray stockings. With an iiustniih weaknesses they nre the suprcms of l'jthlas meets every Tuesday ov oil 100 lllu.tratrd Featurea Hauling. KilMn Pimple. Laith Adams. ebrated Archimedes. Jjn It. C It I remedy, ns thousands have testified. 2 Consstlct Novel. rd shht front, high, eiiimpled. stnutlup Weepuot nilllng. Mine Klillt I'owler ing, jno. v. layior, u. L.; W. U. certain that the oigau was Inouht i" collar, a hU black silk tie In n eaieless Hedrlck, K. ot It. & S. FOR KIDNEYJ.1VERAND fe Hope-fo- r Collier's lleiidlug. Iteturn Speluiau C ii rope from the eastern or liieek em$2.50) Hartford Tent No. iiD, K. O. T. M. how; Iu cold weather Hailing a gieen Ply Debate Kobeits, StJnd Past on STOMACH TROUBLE pire and was applied to relLious devomcot3 every first and tnlrd Thursday Hartford Republican and hl.iek and gray plaid shawl. In hot High Stiinger, Ite Kalthful Joiner and it is the hKf tniHrln ..vj-- r raTA . .... . o iu churches about A. I). i&O. ... . r'r.iii,. w.. n i.,.. , V.U1II11IUI1UUI wv,.,,,d, weather even walking baiefoot with l'lght the O'oud I'lght of I'.iltli White. tions over a drueglst's counter. 4 E. P. Moore, RecoiVl Kooper. h's hoots slung to n stick " Surely Acmo Lodco No. :!.". I. o n v. It Is Different Now. "Old Kltz." ns Teiin.Nson called film, meets every second and fourth FriThe Bishop's Place. When the llrst Pullman car was put took the cake fur slovenliness of all day nights in each month. C. M. HarThe bishop of London, speaking nt Into operation ou our railways the systlw Immortals! Pearson's Weekly. nett. Noble Grand; W. R. lledrick, the annual meeting of the bishop or tem of bookkeeping was very crude. Secretary, Loudon's fund at Crosveuor House, The conductor collected the fare from Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. A Useful Army. said that chinches did nut diop down passengers nnd before he turned meets every second and fourth Completing the improvements In a from heaven any more than bishops, the money In to the company collected the nights In conquered town, sajs Popular Median Tom though a little girl iu his cungicgatlou. bis own Biliary from the revenues. No MOCUBCDNDOtreNDCD.Bfo'. I Williams, Council each month. W. C. tilwrt Commander; dnalu .Jta. Ihhii unusual occupation for an inevidently under that delusion, had re receipts were given, no records kept. I'n ajTiea. how to obtain pattuti. trxl imukm, Wallace, Clerk. MeCALL PATTEBNS vading army, hut this Is what happen-coi7niiu.(C, f ALL COUNTRIES. cently said to her mother during u tirCelebrated for style, perfect tit. tfmntlrlt. BiubuH JirlcluUk WaMmglon lavtt limfA sunshine IIIvo No. 42, L. O. T. M.. iu Uskub, Miiccdunln When the ing sermon "I urn tired now. mother. wunfy ana ejMfrfaimr. SoUia iieatir meets every first and third Friii.iv I I!",'!,.'"rfr'Jr. Paid Her In Full. Ualknn war broke out the electric I ;.nnl, month. PitMt ind InfrlnpmMt Practlca Euluilvil. Can't the bishop go buck to heaven V" Candid Hostess (ou seeing her nephnit'lltS ill Mrs. Att.VO or to null direct. uJi,eJ 5tttmn. More ' WrlUof oorattuus t attrfet lighting system was almost com ny other make, faend for free catalairuc-- . Griffin, Iidy Commander; Mm II ew's fiancee for the firt tlmel I uever atfkih atiMt, Mr Vina autH rm 0M,l plete. The town wns then taken by the London Stuudiud. McCAtL'S MAGAZINE I E- - AUschKo, Lady Itocord Keener. . ton. o. c. should hare known you from your phoServian army, and the engineering KojBtono Chapter No. 110, K. A. L More subscriber athan any othei fasMosv tograph. Reggie told me you were so Like a Mental Moving Picture. rnieaitna million month. Intaluablr. 1UU completed the system and put it . Man M.. Illnntfl nvnrir tlittit n tur.l.i .t1. Sui,J,l"l PaU"n. "maklnir. n.llfln.rr,. Haker PcoH"o who have been near pretty. Reggie's Fiancee No; I'm not in working order. nd'ot,Calrdresslnji each month- - Jonn T-- Moio High f, n c',,fti-,nc- storlesetc. Onlr 60 cents . V' etiquette, rood drowning say that In nn instant all pretty, so 1 tin re to try to be nice, Tiesi; vv, a. i insicy, aocretary. r year (orthtoday, Including a free pattern. double). the eicuts of their past live aro pre- nnd It '8 such ti bore. Have you ever iubscrfBe AMEUICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. or tend for (ample copy. Dora's Musical Rebus. --I? ;i.U.I State Officers President. J. II. Me- - WON9EKFUL INBUCEMENT9 Gustavo Dure, the famous painter sented to their mental vision. Marker tried? London Punch. A cents'. Postal brings premium caUJocv I don't bellevo It Baker Why not? Council, Princeton, Ky.: Vice Presi I to new cash prize ind engraver, once bought tt ilia on and olfers. Address Legal Ability. dent, J. H. Ilurney, ..Muhlenberg Co.; 'IM Ibe outskirts of Paris and wrote over Ilaiker If it were true they wouldn't su ww toaa- Secretary & Treas., S. O. Itobertsgn, in atcctu. co, m t. hi w. allow themselves to be rescued. Life. "Why does it man have to hire a (be entrance this musical rebus. Do. M Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. Ii. lawyer for every little thing? Ain't lul. l. In. do, re. This, properly InterW)ttl Hartford, Ky. the laws plain" The Attraction. preted, la "Domicile u Dine." or in Members state Executive Board SPECIALOFFER:will , Ben "You say jou are iu love with Miss "Ton dou't understand. A good law0lalu English "Home of Dure." A Ulkl Watson, Webster county; J. W. U f JMauk X.BMlasbciutomtr. lhiggs?" yer can take any law und prove that It in oof MtatuBt ..!' Dunn, Daviess county; HOnry Pirtle, Prlie CalatciUM! mean what It says." Washsure am." doesn't "I Ohio county; E. I. Ray. Hardin coun- An Invitation. "Hut I can't see anything attractive ington Herald. I ty; C. O. Davenportt, Warren county. "What are you thinking of. Miss mjcacc. atraKARTKcai about iier." I Ohio County Officers S. L, Stev-!en- a, WITH Wombat?" Writ tygity IW ".Neither can I see It Hut ifa iu the Henry Pirtle, Sec. A Paradox. President; "Of your name, Mr. Huggins." bank, all light." Cleveland Leader. I "Since Footllgbt Inherited a fortune mwwmwmvwimwwww I!; retary; S. E. Bennett, - Treasurer, 'My name?" araiTK CVUrl sn w rasmsw. Ul Be la it paradox." t ai nnnvrv nrsAnrt rtc pnnniTinv n"u. Shulta. . Chairman, Hartford, uwuuaiiun "Ten. aa Shakespeare says, Is there tia tM mm sau TslHtU Osna "Wbat'a the answer?" On View of Marriage. ( nythlng lu'a name?" Seattle Ky. id,. Every man who marries is like the "He's both the richest and pooreat i Mis UaWi.l 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. doge who weds' the Adriatic seu. Ue actor on the stage." ' ' 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsville, Ivy. t.i :jv know 8 not what be may find therein aV AU. TWWaT Mta LtHaft . 3. Ira Dorarth.i Olaton, Ky. I bare often wondered bow every treasure, Kind worda are the music tf the 4. H. O. Atitry, Balzetown, Ky. an lore himself more than all the atorkg.-IIeln- rkb pearls, monsters, unknown world.-r"ut- )er. " 6. Heine. 1 E. Q. Austin, Prentiss, OS MQMXiX3wWMmVm real of men. Antonlus. 6. J. L. Brown, Rockport, Ky. I win Fide. Inclined tlio (lhpk'.istiif of Ci'ii i nil l!iiccniiis, tlii.1 comiu.iutlliij; by .oiue kIIkIU omission (Send Tncy Had a Fine Contempt For: der tin.- ties or .t are lequlred as at iiiuipauiuieiit to the the battle of (.'hlcliitmuiipt tieticr.ii grand opera singer when lie or she Personal Appearance. U'lilkli, who Miuimaiidlm: si In -- Wlllich Knew Hii Men and Thoy Know One of the Most Trying Ordeals In an Him and That Settled It. Opera Artist's Career. There iiiu time when tin hii culled Specially i onsti luted violins, eellos, .. tubas, 1.. i .,!...., ...... "...! ,!....' ..r l drums and iced Instruments 1 pa r Directory County Ohio 18 'D lTJ.SJj:D:Kf lUL . BfcflWUATAT imiUu D.C. si u rvnamiir laorAMAMl m laud-Bcnp- o Circuit Court --T. P. lllrMictwI, Judge; lien 1). Illnco, Attorney; Attorney Law P. Mldkiff, Jailer; K. ti. liar rasa, Clerk; 12. 12. Uirahcnd, Master Com 1IA.UTKOIID, KY. missioner: II. T. Collins, Trusteo Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, j Will practice Wb uroftalou In thla lputles-- S. A. Umtclier; ail(1 ftdjjiiunB counties. Commercial Hartford. olflec deputies Mrs. S. O. kcown tiiwl' tlllmoro Keown. Court convenes first ,a,ul Criminal PwiUJce a Spe, laity. Monday lit February nnd continues tlirio weeks, third .Monday In April, two weeks; tliltd Mond.t In October, two weeks. County Court John U. Wilson, Law V. C. lllnnkcnslilp, Judge; Clerk; , HARTFOHD, KY. C. 12, Smith, Att()i-ne.Hartford. Court loiP'inea first .Monday In e.ich Mcpsns. W. II. Il.triK tu.il C. K mouth. Quarterly Court Hcslns on the SmiMi announce Uiat Uk luive form-- a first .Moininy Iu month. p.iruwTfliiji for tlio gnueriil pracCourt ot Calms Convenes first tice ot Ivv, cic ijit criminal and dtvor Tuesday In Jntiuarj nnd first Tues-da- j ctsiw, .Mr. Butltli bultig evnuvty Attur-tu- y In October. Is ptMvvii'wiI frtmi pMcu'clugBucn Uthcr Couiitj Officers C. S. Kj., It. ccisx-s- . Mr. Ikirmu will liuUvlduallj Sun c or, roiMavIHe, I' D. Xo. ., Tout Hlncs, Assessor, practice. in Offli.ti Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Sliults, Superltt-tenden- t, accejit such Hartford, Dr. A. II. Hlley, Hartford Kept) hi can building, llnrtCoroner, Hart lord;. T. II. Uenton, ford, K- Hoiid 12nsltn.cr, llnrtford. Otto C. Martin at I -- Barnes & Attorneys at Smith eir .Mo-lo.- v, I I ARTHUR at KIRK f y 1 WihI-nesda- 1 ucd r rm Repairing neatly done. special attention. Repaired. and and PREPARED delivered. month. rate per W. H. RILEY 18-il- Hartford, M Ki run-dow- n mjj WILL TAKE OUR Collier's r. Collirrs in Club First Time FREE cr ess.-l.oii- don Tit-nib- ). 1 dl'aS ISaa a, iitl :ers .. era n L nli-lit- t .....!. jtpZ.ull ,. Sat-urld- aj' d !'.. .. OaklwB PBI1'' I I i SEEDS ki t Ual-mai- n, nrt'iH ffctega Df.KiBE's Ntw OisBtvsry t4ty( 1 Pr. wianiati JZKttKVi nC8,t?f.jfi ti jiutafir n v,v,5 ,1 i ,lii -- V ci. . .Vr .- - ,CtKW PIECES OF SILVER. Thay THE FIRST TEACUPS. CASTORIA k Alllf J J IJ Ia For Infants and Children. ALCOHOL 3 PPii ,.nlJj.i AVc8flabIenTparalionror,i f The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature lingllieSioaictafflidOu-it- Ay A JJ Promotes Di'41'slioiuChffrit.! ina i" ncssfliiHlfest.Containsncicwr OniimuMorplunc iiorJIiacral. Not Nahc otic. WiV S.rJ JbASrW:- - Esea WW r i "W iKfr IttJSZ H I no. Cont'd Sjpr IfimSff-l- ' hatojraillan: E2ft' :svr e2i "tzmt ?St Apcrfccl Remedy ForCorlIpi Ion . Sour Sloitudi.Di.irrira Worms jComTilslons.Fmris!! Slli:.'. ness and Loss or Facsimile Signature of Italy1 t!- NEW YORK. For Ovor JThirty Years W Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORSA Starck Pianos .' OP Dtenil LowotNei No Money in Advance Satlnfao tioa Guar aBBBFewa.' 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You ire aMiml of recnlnj ntUMctory sweet toned durable lilirh grid; piano. OE.Yaen fiirarastlsa r manufacturer. Th terms sn arrani;rl to suit your romcni.t.tf. and It ii oii!b!c for you to In-a pWno for yorr home, without mil I c tj ii'tncy, f mt riajc;-riaiStarcl' Plsjwr Hi piy nj cah don-n- Lt.t after SO days of trial, j uu ran breai luyment on the railtft ternH ever sjsuwtrd liy a piano Toil low-fi- t, Etttt BUrck Pleno Is guaranteed for 15 ji'irs, c fit Thif of it our 35 years of piano eiperlence, snd the repu. til Ion rf an reou!lile plana lion;. 2nd - Hand eUrgaliis We have ivuitumly BI am aa am art w himI aiarcK Wl a'.w.. am aa sm am a Isrf" numr 50 Frse Nusio 1.ISS8RS To every of Starck Hanoi, vrp Rive free music Iftfjon. in or cf the best known kIiooIi in Chicago. These letsont you take ru mail. In your own home, by This represents one year's free Instruction. standard makrs change for nrw Starck Pianos The followand Plsrr-l'lanoa- . ing are a few simple bargains. nj j' trvoud-han- pianos of aH ta!en In sllM oa hauJ 'i".1 market. Yo-- i will be Ugated with the msny f tur-- fu ttr. .i. nm.t lmiitl wM riino. tr J I $ .4 de Wtber Steinway Chickering Kimball $110.00 92.00 90.03 93.00 t 193.00 wonderful In.tmmeiits, and will be with th rery low prices at which they ran be secured. , Send today for our new beautifully illustrated piano book which gires you a large amount of (nforrna tlonregirdlngplanos. This book will interest and please you. Write todsy. i of these) Plans last; Fraa Starck Semi for our latest complete srcomMiand bargain Hit P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1843 Starck BIdtJ., CHICAGO We are Shipping Whiskey to Ky. Right ISowEvery Day f Deliveries made promptly mail us your orders. Prices furnished on anything in the liquor line. The barrel given away lust Christmas went to Ohio county. We are giving another one away now very shortly. Every quart you buy here either in person or by mail for cash, gets a chance on this barrel. If you have the lucky number you can cash it for $65.01) The more chances you get, the more likely you are to get the barrel. I P. R. LANCASTER X CO,, Owensboro. Ky, Distributors of "Old Quality," "Premier Pure," "Old W. S. Stone." llJll Trade Marks nrsiSNS eABwmnu'rsi Aft. h and description ma W oninuiiiicA OVER 68 YEARS' CXPERICNCC Buckbee'a "Full ot Life" Korthern Crowa Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation ol 3iyearaar successful seed growing behind them. It pay la alant the best. Seasonable Specialties: Earliest Red Valentine . . Refugee Ualra Early ,. New Strlnglesa Cretn Pod Imp. Kidney Wax Davis New Wh"e Wax . . Currie'a Kust rTool Wax . SEEDS BBANS PBA8 iqnlcklf uii' ni'ivr.i'1 VljiisMrtcttfvoiiii.leutl.il. ' ".", Anrona si n a l." , nw. soul ties. tlilct Humefurs au rill IT rocKtTf P.ttniiia lakoti lUiouah filulHi A Co. pf'Liifiy(Uf, Wl onl'ateuu naatantmt. wklT. Taintsst olr. roiULiOfl (II PH ri" (Vt loufiuoH hi.fi. B0A4lrliriTajft.rj Ahandsomely lllutrrai'wl SaVaTaa V Bushel Extra Harly Alaska . . 5 50 Bushel New l.arly Gradus . llorstoid's Market Carden . Ij.50 Bushel Buckbce'a Llghtulng-Eapres- s I5.00 Bushel Maalsk. Tesaato and a lull line at ?cds. Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prlcaa. Send for complete catalogue or kubmlt a list at our requirements and will quote price. Buy direct from the grower Save Money. Write today. Mention this paper. ... Ijo $350 Bushel ti-Bushel lt.70 Bushel Ji.jo Bushel fi.75 Bushel fc.jo Bushel ttce, I CO.3" St. Waasiajti "MWP saWlaOkataL, aaOfara StH Famt, atcifaa, H. W. BUCKBEE They Had No Handles, and Saucara Bean a tit Were Used as Covers. F'.'at American Currency. In the middle of the seventeenth cenllcfore Mcxliti wnt lnvniliil by thp 5iiinlnril-- i coIiih wlti- - unknown tliern, tury tea was Introduced Into Kuland, lie tiattves ti.slni; In plncu of niuncy nnd with It came the Chlneso or "chl-nn- " Hie siimlleHt encno licmn. resorvliig teacup. StrntiKcly pmhirIi. the thusu of lurKur kIzu ami butter luiallty men who Imported It from the orient for the mnntiniL'titri' of a liquor tw did not themselves understand the which they were ntlillftcd. v After Fear Tears ef Dittesrafiag I had gotten so weak I could not ftsmmi About fourteon yudrx nflur the con- method of Its use. The Chinese put n pinch of tea Into quest thnt Is to sny, nbout and I gave up in despair. coins Iickhii to tintUe their a litro cup without 11 handle, tilled it CofidiUow, Mrs. Bollock Gave Am they nr rived with boiling water nnd then Inverted In Mexico. At last, my husband got me a bottle of only In very hiiiiiII iitiiiiitltlcs, they a saucer over the receptacle, within Up ia Despair. HasbasJ Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I comwert Insiilllclcnt for tin iiimmI of trade. whose rim it closely fitted. The object It wits then that tilt viceroy ordered was partly to retain the heat, but menced taking it. From the very first Came to Rexae. the ninniifiictiirc In the City of Mexico chlelly to prevent the escape of the dose, I could tell it was helping me. I of niiimII pieces of silver of u certain fragrance of the herb, which the Chiweight. can now walk two miles without its nese found most delicious. The InfuThese pieces were not stamped with sion was permitted to stand for live tiring me, and am doing all my work." Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter liny colniiKu unirl. mid their value wan minutes, when It wits decanted Into determined entirely by their weight n second cup without u saucer and from this place, Mrs. Betttc Bullock If you are all run down from womanly-troubleI'ioiii them was derived the name daintily sipped. writes as follows: "I suffered for four don't give up in despair. Try "peso." John Hull, however, emphatically deThese pieces of sliver remained in clined to tnhe his tea in Cliluoe fash- years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman'stonic. It lias helped circulation n number of yeltrs, nnd ion. He liked the appearance of the pieces of pilil tinil of copper were also oriinineiitnl ware upon his table, but tins time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 60 ridded In time. Soon, however. It wan he linlsled on placing the cup in the while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should found that this sort of circulating me- - 8auw.ri i.L. ,,,1,,1,,,,,,-- iOWerpot. ami ilium made fraud easy, and the Span- - ,,.,, )t L.X,.IISVU.V to drink from, pre-Isall. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has government established three mints. ' ,,, i)(.Vl!l,1Ke ,,, . in my left sold Cardui for years. He knows what side. grunting them a perpetual existence 8tcati f ,, IUv,i,lal receptacle, for America ' The doctor was called in, and his treat it will do. Ask him. He will recotav In coiire of time Kngland began the riie coinage of money In the City of , mnMIIfm.llllc of mpi nml Hs,lfeuMi ,, ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. Mpvlco was net ualy begun during the (.tllr(.s wlIc, , vo 1)ULn lpnworved Ice roy Antonio do Mendozu. Write to: soon confined to my bed again. After AJvlsoryDept., Chattanooga Meilclne Co., Ladles' f, 8 from lh(, Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special who itablshed n mint In bull, logs ,.,. ,h J book, Inttructions fo,r that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment for on your case and plain wrapper. Hoggs belonging .0 the Manp.ls del Valle. Women," sent In , ,, J4a1 , , ";,M", :!'": ". Sl!7rt p"r,,Mi 'diameter. Ily tlegrees one .Iwludled transferred llrst to the council building and Inter to the vlceroynl pal-- nnd the other expanded, until In the middle of the nineteenth century the nee. opposite extreme, was leached, uud During nil this time the coinage wns fashionable tea services had cups only of n considerable amount nnd the fncll-- 1 1111 Inch and a half In diameter, accomHies for the establishment were not by live Inch saucers. sullliient to meet the demands tnntle panied This handle of the teacup eatno from upon It for coins, for which reason fro--' qtient demnuds for minting niparatus Mediterranean lands. Originally It are found In the records In the vear ' WIS """Io ,of t",,.,'k "nd str""!'' cart1'- "' "I'l'net. to ..envy jars unn 177S the mint was established In the ",nt,"u Apartndo building uud his continued InmpH. IN deromtlvo possibilities pop- "'iiu ureei. nun itoiuat. pot- since then In the street of that name. its use to small I'rom the declaration of Independence , ler"'1 "MO until theyenr 1SI7 the mint was rented , nn,I)"onii- and flagons; but. as the word Prompt Attention and Good Service. "" ' lmra ""ncaies. tne nai.Ule was out to contR.ctors.-Ne- w York Sun. oouoie. single imntues crept into use by slow degrees nnd were probably apTRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, IN POETRY. BATTLES plied to drinking cups nbout the time that coffee came Into vogue In south In Tuscany Even the Peasants Indulgs ern Ktirope, the beverage being taken In This Pastime. almost at the boiling point, so that Visit the home of a peasant In Tus- some device for lifting the flip without cany on some winter's evening and you burning the lingers was found desirawill Ik? surprised a ml charmed, writes ble. London Tu tier. Mr. IMehnrd llagot In "The Italians of Today." Gathered round the kitchen A BRIDE FROM THE TOMB. fire after the day's work Is done, these peasants, fresh from their rough labor '. In the fields nnd vineyards, vie with Odd Romance of Benedello Marcello. $1.3C The Republican and Louisville Herald the Venetian Composer. each other In reciting poetry nnd telling stories. Generally both are extemBenedello Mnrccllo. one of the most The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at 1.76 poraneous, nnd often they have a good lamotis enetian composers, fell In love with u beautiful girl named Leo- The Republican and Home and Farm deal of poetic grace and Imagination. 1.50 The gift of reciting Improvised poetry nora Manfrottl. who married Paolo Is not. however, confined to the peasSoranzo. 1. Venetian noble. She died The Republican and Inquirer 1.75 ants In Tuscany. I know of an In- a short time after her marriage, n vie-- , stance that occurred In my own neightint to Hit! harsh uud Jealous treatment The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.60 borhood not so very long ago that cer- of her husband. tainly could not have occurred any ITfr llllllv V!l(I Inhl Mt in Qlntn In The jxepublican ana uaiiy uwensDoro inquirer 3.f50 where but In Tuscany. A local doctor.! one of the churches, nnd her lover n was driving to entcl. a train at a O'boro Messenger 1.76 actually succeeded In stealing the The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k n few miles from me. and on his corpse and conveying it to 11 ruined way he wns accosted by a colleague crvnt in one of the Islands, nml Ihtp The Republican and Kentucky Farmer L75 . sat day and night by his who uuppeiieu to ou loomng over ills lost love. garuen wall, 'll.e colleague shouted (singing and playing to her. as though The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 uiu line or improvise!! verse to mm. by the force of his art he could recall upon which the other Instantly pulled her to life. 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer up his horse uud cupped the line with Leonora had a twin sister. Ellade. another. who was so like her that her closest Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Doctor No. 2 responded, nnd for friends could scarcely distinguish them. The three hours the poetic contest wns con- One day Kllude heard n singer in a tinued without cessation. In the mean- gondola singing so exquisitely that she time the whole of the village bad turn-o- il trnctHl (he gondola to the deserted out to listen nnd to make wagers oa and there she learned later the which would be the first to lack an Infate of her sister's corpse and tho Idenspiration. It wns only 11s dusk enmo tity of Marcello. Aided by a servant on that doctor No. 1 remembered that Ellade substituted herself for her sishe was on bis way to catch u train! body, and when Mnrccllo returned Whether a patient was expecting ter's be did A MONTH WHY NOT MAKE him I know not, hut I feel convinced ami called Leonora to awake In vain, for apparently she rose a detail would not have been uot ask that such allowed to Interfere with this war of alive from the coffin. Marcello when S50.00 a Week, almost SIO.00 a Day, he found out the delusion was quite verses. satisfied uml married Kllade. but bis boxes Bellini? Victor 8afes and It Is Interesting to see tbnt even the to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and Illiterate peasants detect at once the happiness was short lived, na he died a farmers, all ot whom realize the need years afterward. London Teleslightest departure from the form In few of a safe, but do not know how easy ltUtoown one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of which the original lines are set and graph. the) best, clean-cu- t opportuniconsider the offender to bnvo lost tha ties ever received. Without previous expert-rnc- o Damp Room Test. YOU can duplicate the success of others. .match. catalog; Our handsomely Illustrated To ascertain whether a room Is damp will enable you to present the (abject to cusor not place a weighed quantity of tomers In as liitereKtliie a manner an thouch The Oyster. you were piloting tlieui through our factory. Men appointed as The oyster Is n very ancient Institu- fresh llmo In an open vessel In the salesmen receive advice and Instructions tor selllni; safes, Riving twenty-fou- r convincing talking points which It Is Impo'SlMn for a prospective customer to deny. Whi tion and a most honorable one. From room and leave It there for non l iuu DO tue urst io appiy jrom your viciiuiy ueaore someone eisegeisiue lermoryi hours, carefully ciotlug the wintime Immemorial poets have sung of Wo can favor only one salesman put of each locality. dows and doors. At the end of the The 25th anniversary of our bin and orators have dwelt upon his company was celebrated by twenty-fou- r hours rewelgh the lime, charms. Juvenal, the most Illustrious erecting the most modern ssfe I per cent factory In the world. Wideof all satirists, enlivened the literary ami If the Increase exceeds awake men who received our reigns of Trojan and of the original weight It Is nut safe to charms of the special nelllng inducement, isArrsd Huecestsrr " S""V" Hadrian with his comments on tlio live 111 the room oar output. We at spanaioa. oyster, and the comments were not many thousands ot dollars a Silver Fox Fur. iarmni our sales ornanliatloa satirical either, but warmly commendbut to learn all particulars, f Tho black silver fox r.ir Is most vnb atory The oyster, the true cosmopowill cost you only the pries) t liable when there is no sliver In It a postal card. lite. Is found pretty nearly everywhere and wits the delight of the world for wIiki It Is a pure rich black throughAsk for Caialogua 16T. ages upon ages before the man from out A dressed skin of this suit aver;',( ages by 10 Inches uml will easily Genoa found the shores of America. THE VICTOR bring HCLfiOO. A good tdlwry sklu. New York AmcrlcuT). clear and pure In color, with bluish SAFE & LOCK GO. uiiiterwool. Is woith about Whsro the Poets Worked. CINCINNATI, OHIO J The sixth grade of a certain school Our New) Homa Capsolty 20,000 Salu. Annually. Cheap Carpet Cleaner. In a forefm. settlement in one of our use to clean cm pets?" "What can Cities wits learning the use of posses-slve- s. asl;cd a rortespondeut who sluncd her-sorather bashfully, "Young Itrldc." The book required the pupils to cor"llau you tried .011r young husrect and expand Into a complete senLadies! ae Mosey and Keep i tence the following expression; "Mil- band!" replied the nmwers editor, Style by Reading McCall's ton ami .Shakespeare's works." Joseph who lost 11- position Just a few hours ' BBW sWCKaEtVS BULBS SUCCEED. WSfl Magazine and Using rilcCaliPaUeras Nikodym handed In this sentence: after the reply appeared. Cle. eland bbb sa s e- a a aaa isrr ssr "Milton nml Shakespeare work In a PJn'u Dealer. IcCsa'sMassilatnlll VaVFJftds te baud KsW Bastmeu. AfM I MACAZIME help ynu ho-a permanent ton I mlue." W trial will make rou guaranteed cus- or your Ml toraer. Satisfaction r raoaey ret uudod. nt a inixleri'iB Getting It Might. aMI W iiMiCU.uli Lui'iiinz Living With Them. "He's broke, nnd the gl.i he was en- - WSMveakColUcll24JV, y iu potted on Ida JOES) PasaaSa"v( I.H.'H fakhlnus Iu uJZtZSrH'i is. J.UU.Nl.A UUWU U. 1.1.1 lrU,fcrlUi,Sr.riU. m "I hope you know euoligh to keep BajiHl'to has dropped hint." 7 SU.IUUU. BF trW BmtomtCiu.&Um4ai, Ammm, I.I..II. MUts bl.it lis . SO I 7 your wife's relative. 1 a I IwhiMsimImo, u..u fi "She dropped mid broke him. eh!" . J Neit rjihliiu licalrnt ' r.-ttu, rw tu, uu,.'.a fm. St. i- 1.1 c:uh Unw. AWi She broke and dropped him." "Hum! My wife's maiden aunt U tMf Ml., Oulla, nnk, lnik MS fiuiU lljMlMt. W. ta'udhii) liifiirinstlen going to live with us." Ilomtoii' IV--t. v mi I'll lioiuo suU ir-Mtmllom iHm Ptptr I I WrH" "Good gruclnm. send her away!" ill tsjulU'it. only 1 ,afiSigaycuiiNTi,a I ..a- a imr lii'hiilin? "1 can't V She's going to live with iw MwttWWMHUHllatWlMfcll UUaJalsU ajlaartlasi Just a Hint. n frco piiiiirii. IUfiata. laftrul III, ll,. tf IhalW HMW14. MW Vltk W U.,p-.-In her house t IWlWtl M Mr. Stnylab N that clock right! Plain Denier. ilu I itlay nr Kt'jid L fcw4sJW ISA aWaaiea. I... hvotstiipijto;'. It si laLallal.ailllJr LUtaaatV. HUMmM WHmM .VM M think Miss De Pink LVM iabMB'trWbsyfLaU McCali Fslt.raa iftil ein'eyon ttmakiln yo'ir Buying Books, mivt i.'ssl cleaning. It's been two or on iKiine, nit ti Ireumkiilfmil-Kill UbiperdV t. ullh'h To buy books only iecaui they", thrao noiirs.giiiiig that last hour, New Sll lit .UtImikI i',Vv "iin litau Ii IHOM ?AB" were published by nn, eminent printer Yctj: utimui. MOaUOU, Hi. -f iiuiu JHH11I lurlrco I'liltern a:alii,'ue. . Is much as If a i.ui.t should buy cloth'. Ws WJI Cm V.a Tne Prr.fs.i for return: joiirltn-ud-i- . tag that did not lit lijm only luvnuMt. .Soji.lf.irfae l.V'UVutleu a great help In dlstiess. sutl (XiU a UUVr.lfJ made by some fuiiioun tailor,-Pope- ,"" Pi.tutus. im Hccui cuerANY, sjj w zn ju $u wa rat 8upplintd Cacao HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE IW.V-Cns-tlll-nn 1 S ..,,. ,,, !, " 1 JAMES & CO., Pfrst Class Lrlveryrrieti Centertown, "'"'"" - Kentucky. ","'c.i OUR CLUBBING RATES. I I Twice-a-WeekOwensbo- ro j I stn-tlo- , 11 I Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. $200.D - - That's flre-nro- aft well-to-d- o money-makin- g 1 illlPillflllP HdiidaI BBBBBsaraai bl spar 1 1- bbsb V s ml-hill- y a. 11 to-d- ''V hi MiaMBWt'At' I a. atf8vrlaSSi,. M .l.rufjr-yuuiH'If.ttl- iil I,- - r p I'.-u- aaasyaiiaasMsaaasaaiVsysaMs aV s -y v END-SEASO- N Tidienors' SALE CASH SHIRTS AND SUSPENDERS. 50c Shirts, Sale Price $1.00 Shirts, Sale Price 30c Suspenders, Sale Price 35c Suspenders, Sale Price 25c Suspenders, Sale Prlco 20c Suspenders, Sale Price 15c Suspenders, Sale Price 10c Suspenders, Sale Price $1.00 $1.50 $2.30 $3.00 .23 .30 .75 $1.00 Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's IOc Begins Wednesday, August 5, Closes Monday, August 17. During these dates we propose to give our friends and customers an opportunity to secure from our well outlined stock of General Merchandise, their many wants, at prices that are alarmingly low. Below we go into details as to prices, so that you may know exactly what to expect and what prices are to be had before you leave home. We are determined to make this cur most successful Sale and to this end are going to give our entire profit and in many cases more. We are thoroughly convinced that the prices quoted below will bring you to our store during the very first day of Sale, at which time you can, of course, be better suited. In fact, you would do yourself justice to visit us many times before Sale ends. CLOTHING. money has The backward season and scarcity of left our Clothing Department practically unbroken and we give you a great opportunity to get good clothing at a great sacrifice to us nnd a remarkable saving to you. Don't miss the opportunity. $13.75 $21.00 Men's Suits, Sale Piice ..$12.50 Men's Suits, Sale Price $20.00 '..$11.50 $10.00 Men's Suits, Sale PrTce $11.00 Men's Suits, Sale Price $18.00 $10.25 $1G.50 Men's Suits, Sale Price $10.00 $10.00 Men's Suits. Sale Price $ 0.25 510.00 Men's Suits, Sale Price $8.25 $14.00 Men's Suits, Sale Price 9 7.75 $13.50 Men's Suits, Sale Price $ 7.50 S12.G0 Men's Suits, Sale Price 8.25 $14.00 Young Men's Suits, Sale Price. 7.25 $11.00 Young Men's Suits, Sale Price, 5.75 $ 0.00 Young Men's Suits, Sale Price. Young Men's isiits, Sale Price. $ S.5 5.00 $ 8.00 Young Men's Suits, Sale Price. 7.25 $12.00 Men's Suits, Sale Price 7.00 $11.00 Men's Suits, Sale Price 8 0.75 $10.00 Men's Suits, Sale Price $ 5.75 $ 0.00 Men's Suits, Sale Price $8.00 $7.50 $7.00 $C50 $6.00 $3.00 54.50 $4.00 $3.75 $3.50 $3.25 $2.50 $2.00 Boy's Boy's Boy's Boy's Boy's Boy's Boy's Boy's Boy's Boy's Boy's Boy's Boy's Suit, Suit, Suit, Suit, Suit, Suit, Suit. Suit, Suit, Suit, Suit, Suit, Suit, BOY'S SUITS. Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Pricu Sale Price Sale Price $5.75 $5-0- 0c 35c 21c IOc 15c He 7c Hats, Hats, Hats, Hats, Caps, Caps, Caps, Caps, MKN'S HATS AND CAPS. Sale Price Sale Price. Sale Price. Sale Price. Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price 75 $1.00 $1.50 ! ""' 10 35 50 75 $4.75 $4.25 81.00 $3.50 $3-2- $3.00 $2.75 $2.50 $2.25 $1.75 81.50 $4.75 $1.00 $3.75 83.25 8:1.25 Pants, $6.00 Pants, $3.50 Pants, .$3.00 Pants, $4.50 Pants. $4.00 Pants, $3.50 Pants, $3.25 Pants, $3.00 Pants. $2.75 Pants, $2.50 Pants, $2.25 Pants, $1.30 Pants, $3.50 $3.25 $2.00 $1.50 $1 40 MEN'S ODD PANTS. Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price CORDUROY PANTS. Price Prico Prlco Prico Price PANTS. $3.00 $2.10 $2.25 $2.00 $1.00 $1.70 $1.50 $1.15 82.50 $2.25 $1.50 $1.20 $1.00 81.75 81.B0 $1.50 $1.00 75 50 40 20 MEN'S Pants, Sale Pants, Sale Pants, Sale Pants. Sale Pants, Sale BOYS' $2.5 Pants, $2 25 Pants, $2 00 Pants, $1.50 Pants, $1 00 Pants, Pants, .'9 Pnnts, Pants, t KNICKERBOCKER Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Prico Sale Prico Sale Price TIKS. Oc 13c Wash Ties, Sale Price 15c 25c Wash Ties, Sale Price 21c 33c Wash Ties, Sale Price 25c Silk Tics, Sale Price 25c 35c Silk Ties, Sale Price 35c 50c Silk Ties, Sale Price 00c $1.00 Silk Ties, Sale Price NOTIONS, &C. $2.00 $3.00 Ladies' Hand Bag 5c $1.00 Ladies' Hand Bag 15c 73c Ladies Hand Bag 10c 23c Ladies' Hand Bag $1.00 Beads 50c Beads "UC 35c Beads 30c 50c Fans a 1"L 25c Fans IOC 15c Hair Pins 10c 15c Barrette3 10c 20c Back Combs 15c 23c Back Combs 75c $1.00 Long Black Silk Gloves JJ5c 30c Short Black Silk Gloves 10c 23c Leather Gloves . . . 30c 50c Leather Gloves 0c $1.00 Leather Gloves 18c 75c Lace Collars .10c 25c Lace Collars Elgin Watches, Nickel Case $1.00 Gold Case $12.00 Elgin Watches, Gold Case, Elgin Watches, Open Face $0.75 $0.00 Watch, Gold Case 35c 50c Cuff Buttons 75c ?1.23 Cuff Buttons . . . : OOc $1.00 Cuff Buttons . . .'. IOc 23c Tie Clasps 10c 15c Tlo Clas-p10c 25c Tie Pins IOc 23c Beauty Pins 20c 25c Brooches . . ., 0c S1.00 Corsets . . .' 10c 50c Corsets 15c 25c Palm Olive Soap SKWING MACHINES. During the sale wo will sell the White notary Sewing Machine at the remarkably low prlco of $21.50. Other good guaranteed machines nt $13.00. Don't fail to buy a sewing machine at the abovo prices. lc a el 20-ye- ar 20-ye- ar WOOLEN DRESS (iOODS. SILKS, WASH DBESS GOODS, LINENS, ETC. $1.50 Brocade Silk, Blue and Black $1.10 KOc $1.00 Black Satin 80c $1.00 Silk Crepe 80c $1.00 Black Silk 50c Rntlne 35c 30c Ratine 20c 50c Woolen Dress Goods 35c 75c $1.00 Woolen Dress Goods 30c Poplin, in nil colors 20c 10c 25c Cotton Corduroy 35c Jap Silk 20c 25c Suiting 20c Suiting 1254c 10 Suiting 10c 25c Brown Linen 18c 20c Brow n Linen 15c Oc 12 Mc Brown Linen 30c White Linen 35c 25c Whito Linen 10c 10c 50c White Wash Silk 10c India Linen 15c India Linen lie IOc 25c India Linen 25c Flaxon IOc 25c Cobweb Voile IOc 20c Voile 12Hc 30c Silk Gingham 20c 30c White Crepe 20c 15c White Pongee IOc 25c Klmona Goods 10c 15c 20c Klmona Goods 15c Crcton He 15c Indian Head lie 75c $1.00 Linen Sheeting 30c Bleach Sheeting 25c 27 c Unbleached Sheeting 20c Bed Tick 15c ooc $1.25 Table Linen COc Tab re Linen . , 15c 25c 35c Table Linen Gc Toweling tc Oc 8c Toweling 10c Toweling 72C IOc 25c Toweling 6c Gingham 4c Oc 8c Gingham 10c Gingham 74c 1 2 Vic Gingham IOc 710c Cheviots 2-- .MILLINKHY. Anything you may need from this department in the way of headwear will bo sold to you nt exactly half price. Don't forget this department when you vkit us. CALICOES. &C. Calico Hoosier Domestic Hopo Beach . READY-MADE . . .5c Hc ...8c WAISTS. $3.00 $2.50 $1.25 WOc lc $5.00 Shirt Waists $4.00 Shirt Waists $1. Shirt Waists $1. Shirt Waists 50c Shirt Waists :8c 7c UNDERSKIRTS. $5.50 Black Silk Underskirt, Sale Price $3.00 $125 Colored Silk Underskirt, Sale Price. . .$1.30 $1.50 Colored Silk Underskirt, Sale Price. . .$1.15 $1.50 Black Underskirt, Sale Price 08c $1.00 Muslin Underskirt, Sale Price 00c LACES, TRIMMINGS, HO. $1.50 Lace $1.40 Laco $1.25 Laco 50c Lace $1.00 White and Champagne Ned 40c Lace Inverting 30c Lace Inserting 20c Lace Inserting 15c Lace Inserting 35t: Lace i .10c Lace 20c Laco 30c Shadow Laco 10c Lace Inserting All-over All-ovAll-over All-ov- $1.10 $1.00 85c 35c 05c 25c IOc 15c Oc 25c 20c 22c 12ic 20c 7c TRUNKS AND TRAVELING HAGS. $7.00 $5.00 $5.00 $3.00 $3.00 $1.23 Trunks, Salo Price $5.00 $3.50 Trunks. Sale. Price Leather Traveling Bags, Sale Prlco ... 8:1.51) Leather Traveling Bags, Sale Prlco. . .82.01) Suit Case, Sale Price Suit Case, Sale Price ... $2.00 .00 10c CARPETING AND .MATTING. 25c and 30c Matting 00c Wool Carpot 50c Matting Rugs PICTURE FRAMES. ,..05c 35c EMBHOIDEKY. h $1.00 Embrolderied Batine, h $1.00 Embrolderied Crepe, 75c Embrolderied Voile 75c Embroidery, 30c Embroidery, 60c Embroidery, 30c Embroidery, 15c Embroidery 42-in28-In42-In18-in- 05c ..75c 18c Regular $2.50 Picture Frames will bo sold at 75 each. These frames arc the sizo for enlarged pictures. GROCERIES. Soap 6 bars Fine Toilet Soap 7 burs Clean Easy 4 10c Twists J. B. Tobacco 8 largo boxes Matches 2 packages Arbucklcs Coffco 20c Looso Coffee 30c Loose Coffee 12 bars-Calumet 20-Ib- n. ,48c ,30c '.35c . .)C .20c .IOc . 7'c Embroidery 5c Embroidery $11.50 $ 9.50 $ 8.50 $ 6.00 $ 5.50 10c Embroidery . .7c .5c .25c ,25c .25c .25c 45c 15c 25c $1.0o 00c $1.75 75c $0.75 ..3c E Skirts. Skirts, Skirts, Skirts, Skiits, LADIES' READY-MADSalo Price Sale Price Salo Price Salo Price Sale Price SKIRTS. $5.75 81.75 81.25 $3.00 $2.75 1 2 1 1 50-l- Granulated Sugar Sack Best Patent Flour barrel Best Patent Flour $1.00 can Best Buggy Paint b. can Swift's Premium Lard We are expecting to serve our friends and customers better at this Sale than any we have ever had, having bought new goods in almost every department which you will have the benefit of during the dates above mentioned. Come early and arrange to do all your buying from every department, as this is a genuine sacrifice, such as no other merchant gives you. We show our appreciation of your business twice each year by giving you better prices, and "our better prices" cause many people to wait, knowing our custom and knowing the real saving at our Sale over other Sales. Don't overlook our Rogers Silverware deal which goes during this Sale. A chance to get table silverware for a very little money. We will expect you. Come. We will do our best to have you "save the difference,'' and feel that you have been financially benefited. Don t forget the dates and come early and often. S. J. TICHENOR, - McHenry, Hy.