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Kelr Hardle, who camo from tho ranks of tho tollers, appeals to labor to make war Impossible. The miners of Wales refuse to forego n holiday at the request of tho British Admlrallty, and urge tho calling of n convention of the miners of nil nations to force upon them views condemnatory of war. It Is probably too Into now for any of these plans or protests to be effective. Hut their appearnnco so generally Is full of meaning. And full of meaning, too, is tho fact that as you rend of them they stir your symn pathy. You feel these multitudes, driven to tho slaughter of their fellowB and to face their own doom, would bo justified In almost any course that freed them from bondage so bitter. For the wisdom of peace and tho dream of brotherhood has gripped the Imagination of the world, and where yesterday we would have applauded the patriotism nnd courago of warring nations, today we stand aghast ns our nobler dream is dissipated by tho angry breath of three mad monarchy. When the struggle Is ended, when five great Powers, weary and wounded, withdraw their armies and count tho cost, monarchy In Europe will face Its day of Judgment. Then those who have fought at the bidding of kings and emperors will demand a reckoning. It Is inconceivable that the masses of Europe will permit again the possibility of such betrayal as they aro now suffering. Happy Is our own country. Among civilized nations she alone at this hour is unshaken by the alarms of war. Even little Japan, remote from trio Immediate scene of conflict, feels called upon to mobilize her fleet. Our Canadian neighbors offer 50,000 men tq tljelr motherland. Australja, Now Zealand and South Africa Join them In readiness to de- feud the empire. Here, In the United States, Is amid the tumult of tho world. Dut It Is not tlmo for cousness or complacent pride. Yesterday a Chicago preacher took for his theme, "Americans Are the On ly Christians." Out on such pious urrogance! Let us humbly accept the responsibility that comes to us in this crisis of the human race, the a responsibility of proving that democracy may possess a strength, a breadth of vision and a spirit of magnanimity impossi ble of realization where men are thralls to the king Idea and slaves of king-troddeself-rlght- GIANTS WAR WITH PIGMIES Servia's Population About Equal to London's. Area Less Than That of Pennsylvania Russia Largest of All. War, Servla, before the Balkan had a population of 2,911,700 and an area of 18,759 squar miles; the war added 15,241 square miles to her territory and 1,636,290 people to her Inhabitants, giving her a total present area of 34,000 square miles nnd a population of 4,514,976, which Is about that of London (Including metropolitan nnd city police districts). Tho area Is about four-fiftthat of Pennsylvania. Belgrade has 89,876 people; Nish, 24,949; Monastei (In the new terriof the tory), 59,856. Four-fifth- s people are Illiterate. Tho Greek Church Is the orthodox religious establishment. AgriculThere ture Is the chief industry. are about 900 miles of railway. Ordinary roads are poor. In the Balkan War Servla had 260,000 men in the flleld within three weeks, and 405,000 ready for service Inside of four months. King Peter I. recently turned over tho sovereignty to his second son, Alexander (born 1888), but resumed It on the outbreak of hostilities. Austria-Hungar- y comprises tho Austrian empire, the kingdom of Hungary and the .territory of BosVienna is the nia and Herzegovina. Austrian capital, Budapest the Hungarian, and delegations of 60 members each, elected by tho Austrian ana Hungarian Parliaments, meet alternately at tho two capitals, the Emperor-KinFrancl3 Joseph, residing In Vienna. Franz Josef, born August 18, 1830 becamo Emperor of Austria December 2, 1848, and King of Hungary June S, 1867. The area of the monarchy Is 261,241 square miles Texas would take It in. It Is a marvelous cosmopolitan country. In a total population of 51,390,223 about 12,000,000 speak German, 10,000,-00- 0 speak Hungailan and 5,000,000 Among speak the Polish tongue. the other common languages used are Bohemian, Ruthenlan, Croatian, Rumanian, Moravian and Slovak. There are 33,952,368 Roman Catholics. Vienna has a population of 2,031,498; Budapest has 880,371 people. There are 30,121 miles of railway, chiefly State operated. On can put a war basis Austria-Hungar- y 3,000,000 men In the field. has an area of 19,702 square miles and 1,898,044 people. Occupied since 1878, it was annexed In 1908. It contains 549,000 Mohammedans. Russia (comprising European Russia, Poland, the Caucasus, Siberia, Asiatic Russia aud Finland) covers 8,394,018 square miles, with a population of 107,031,200. The area Is greater than that of the United States and all her dependencies plus France and all her colonies. It Is twice tho slzo of China, but It Is only s tho slzo of tho wholo British Emplrei St. Petersburg has 1,911,400 Inhabitants; Moscow, Warsaw, 964,000; Odessa, 498,100; Klov, 446,800. Tho noblos have twice as much land as the peasants. The Douma, whoso powers aro largely a figment of tho Imagination, has 422 members at a salary of $2,100 each a year. The Czar, Nicholas II., was bor.i May 18, 1868. His sickly heir, Alexis, was born August 12, 19C4. The Czar's mothor Is Queen Alexandra's sister, so that he and Geoigo V. aro first cousins. Germany consists of twoniy-fJv- e federated States mid an Imperial territory (Relschland). The area is 208,825 square miles (excluding colonies) and the population has grown from 24,833,000 In 1816 to 64,925,-99- 3 In 1910. An estimate for June 30, 1913, gives 67,082,000 Inhabig, Bosnia-Herzegovitwo-third- European War May Mean End For Dynasties. United States ., Occupies Unique Position and Must Be Kind To All. ruler, seeing death np- .jronch, feared that Ills passing might bo followed by the division Within Its borders of his empire. An need were conflicting rnclal elcmonts, bound together only by the despotic away of the throne. On Its Hank wns n bravo llttlo country that represented the national ambitions of many who yielded sullen submission to the old man's scepter. A madman slew a Princeling. The fearsmlten Emperor saw, or thought he saw, behind the wanton blow a deliberate plot against bis dynasty. Jie was human; blttorncs filed his boul; passion Inflamed his mind; ambitious statesmen fanned the fires Around him lay Europe, a vast magazine of explosives, awaiting only the spark to release Its disrupting and destructive forces. Yet, with ltls hand trembling from the palsy of age, ho flung the lighted torch Into its midst. Today the boom of the cannon, the rattlo of rifles and the scream of the shell that carries death on Its Jagged wings, tell the story of &he old man's deed. A little crimson stream begins to run that will broaden Into a rlrer, dyoing the oll of every old world country. Two other rulers, each fearing for lio stability of his throne or'tho Integrity of his dominions, have Joined issue, nnd are dragging Into the choas of strife Europe's one great republic, desiring peace, and having In herself no occasion for quarrel, finds war forced upon her by nn Invading army. And England, where democracy In most has mado of monarchy things but a symbol, calmest of all great Powers, striving to the last to avert the threatened cataclysm, arms to defend herself and her al lies. Into the whirlpool of war will be drawn lltlo States to whom peace Is the only good, but whoso defeuselca territories lie In the pathway of the great armies. Swarming to the feast of carnage men of will conio the the Southern mountain kingdoms, to whose fierce courage fighting is like wine. Thus three men wearing crown by accident of birth have sent mll- lions of their fellows to face what, for all they know, may prove to bo the most stupendous horror of the ages. And those who marched today, and who tomorrow will puy In the coin of blood for the upkeep of dynasties, had no voice in tho Issuo. The dlo was cast by the Joweled tho hands of rulers that called bure nnd U noted bauds of toll to lay down tools of pacetul craft and take up guns against their brothers. of hate. (Greater Berlin, Hamburg, 932, 116; Leipzig, 626,267; Munich, 608,375, and Dresden, Cologne and Breslau were alsp above tho mark. Thero were 39,991,421 Protestants to 23,821,453 Roman Catholics. Germany's educational system for thoroughness lends the world. born of contention between Franco and Germany, Is about as big as Connecticut, nnd has 1,874,014 inhabitants. In 1913 Germany had 39,158 miles of railway. The total war strength is estimated at 4,350,000 men. Germany stands second only to Great Britain in sea poweri France (excluding colonies) covers 207,129 square miles four-fiftthe area of Texas, about four times that of Pennsylvania. The population In 1911 was 39,601,509; In five years It had increased by less than 350,000. Paris had 2,888,-11- 0 inhabitants, Marseilles 550,619, Lyons 523,796. Church and State wero separated In 1905. France has ben a republic (for the third time) years, since Septemfor forty-fou- r ber 4, 1870. The Constitution of February 24, 1875, has been four times nmended. The National Assembly is made up of the Senate, of 300 members, and the Chamber of Deputies, numbering 597. The President is elected for seven years. Polncare was elected January 17, 1913. He was born August 20, 1860. The area of France's colonies and dependencies is some square miles, with a 4,000,000 population approximating 40,000-00itants In 1910 half-milliAlsace-Lorraine, hs 0. would protect any one who wore a crown from harm. On the two following nights he had the same dream. Without further delay the SUPERSTITIOUS Jew sent the coins to tho Czar, telling him how they came Into his possession and giving an account of his dreams. Tho Czar accepted the Uneasy Lies The Head That gift and sent In return a cordial letter of thanks. In no other1 country has a charm Weare a Crown. played so largo a part ns in Spain. One of the most famous rings in hisRoyal Families Fear and Cling tory opal," to tho Influence of which Is attributed by the superstitious Inhabitants of the country all the misTo Old Beliefs Safety fortune suffered by Spain in the Bracelet last century, It was given to Alfonso XII., by the notorious adventur- RULERS ARE Luxemburg is an independent, neutral Grand Duchy, of but 998 square miles in extent. Rhode Island has 1,250 and Delaware square miles of area, respec- 2,-0- 50 tively. The population is about a quarter of a million, all but 5,000 of whom are Roman Catholics. Iron mining Is an Important Industry. The little country s ruled by Marie Adelaide, born June 14, 1894, who was enthroned June 14, 1912. Her sister Charlotte, borne In 1896, Is to the throne. Death of Miss Agnes Craig. Miss Agnes Craig, a widely known and popular young woman of Daviess county, died of typhoid fever at 9 o'clock Sunday morning, at tho family home nar Ensor. Miss Craig had been very 111 for five weeks, and for several days her condition had been serious. The deceased, who was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Craig, of Ensor, was a young woman possessed of many lovable characteristics. She was well known in and the eastern part of the county, where she had numerous friends, attracted by her Intellectual and indearlng qualities. Miss Craig is survived by three sisters, Miss Catherine Craig, of Ensor, Mrs. J. Hunter Bell, of Owens-borand Mrs. T. L. Griffin, of Hartford. Also by two brothers, Prof. W. J. Craig, of Bowling Green, and Prof. Hardin Craig, of Minneapolis, With the exception of tho Minn. latter, these were at her bedside. Miss Craig was connected also with many other prominent families in the city. The funeral was conducted from tho residence at 2 o'clock Monday d afternoon, with Interment in cemetery. Tho pallbearers wero Messrs. Ben D. Rlngo, John Horn. Phil T. Wntklns, Drs. R. E. Morrison, J. A. Woodfolk and J. M. Cofftnan. Owensboro Messenger. ro o, Elm-woo- ' dynastic militarism. Wo 'aro distressed by thosmug satisfaction with which some predict that this Nation will prosper thru EuYesterday we rope's tribulation. heard a man say, "I had been hoping there would be a war so I might pick up some securities at bargain counter prices, and now they bavo closed the stock exchanges and there is no trading." That shocks you, as It shocks us; but it is the samo spirit that gloats over .the prospects of national ad vantage out of cosmic misfortune. benefit Whatever measure of comes to us, let It bo accepted In v Tho leaven of small headway umong tho masses of her people. Those who would distribute It aro sought out, seized and sent to Siberia. Dut Italy, afraid of her working class, declared herself neutral. In n Germany thousands of men and paraded tho streets of the capital and shouted, "down with war!" wo-.m- It Is significant that underlying all tho cheering of tho thoughtless inob, drunk with tho wine of a loyalty soon to bo obselote, there has been heard tho deeper mutterlngs of popular protest. In HuhIu alone of tho nations of Europ has thcro been evidence of genuine and widespread eagerness for wur. Ilussla Is still barbaric. us. democracy has made ed tho spirit of stewardship rather than In boastful It may bo ours to minister to a stricken continent, abased, Impoverished, starving. Never has history offer ed such an opportunity to a great nation. Shall we not prepare to meet It greatly? Dut, tho good may come to us, wo can not hopo to miss our share of tho burden. Even those who take no part in tho struggle will have to pay part of tho cost, so the world Is mado today. Wo havo been linked too closely in tho bonds of industry and commerce not to suffer in com mon with others, altho the wound fall directly on them aud not on When tho war cloud first shadow the Old World Bky, wheat, the staplo of human existence, soared In the pit. Men bought eagerly to sell again'at Europe's famine prices. Then suddenly thoy nwpke to tho fact that transportation might be Impossible. Lloyd's refused Insur ance. Ocean-goin- g bulls In which to carry the cargoes that meant JJlu Franco tho workers raised a fortunes to their owners were una Hke cry, and the "International," vailable. the song of labor's .world-wid- e Then the cry went up, "Oh, that brotherhood, has been heard moro wo had a merchant marine!" But, often In tho, streets of Paris than suppose we had, foodstuffs that may "Marsellalse." serve for the consumption of abe-Ugoro- nt the In England nation's army or naval for- mouthpiece of democracy, ta said to (Continued on Eighth Page.) have split the Cubluet by his opposi i& Lloyd-Georg- e, parture the rabbi banded his host some old colus, saying: "Although Beckham's Plurality 0,800. Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 12. Former these may seem to you a poor gift, Gov. Beckham received a plurality yet they have the power to protect , of 6,806 votes over Congressman greater than you from violent Stanley in the State primary. Com- death." tants. For Sale That night Tutnaucr had a dream In 1910 there were 15,572 Amer- plete returns gtve Beckham 72,677 On small refrigerator, 'in Koild"' In which Alexander III., father of Stanley, 65,871 and McCreary, icans in Germany, 18,319 British, '' ' making--. a total of 158,805 votes Nicholas, appearod to him and told condition. Call or address 19,140 French and 137,697 RusE. M. WOODWARD. ' him that the coins bo bad received sians. Berlin had 2,071,257 inhab cast. to-d- ay Wounded Bird Upsets Boat. A maimed sparrow, which fell upon Mrs. Floyd Nesbltt's hat, aud got entangled In the trimmings, nearly caused her death by drown-n- g on Lake Oscawana alono In a She was paddling canoe. When the bird landed on her hat, and was caught. Mrs. Neszltt, frightened, Jumped to her feet and overbalanced the canoe. Her husband, who was on shore swam out and brought her to safety. The bird entertained a wonder-workin- g escaped In tho excitement. New rabbi from tho Orient. On his York Tribune. to-da- King George, who, In common with most European monarchs, Is excessively superstitious, Is a bit uncertain about the exact significance of the' number 13, says the Now York Press. When H. B. Duryea's horse, Durbar II., bearing the supposed unlucky number, raced home an eas winner In the Derby, hopelessly the King's horse, second favorite in the betting, King George hau a rude shock to his convention that nothing good could ever corns froci number 13. It will, perhaps, be remembered that it was King George who created an embarrassing sltuationat a luncheon at tho home of the Hon. Mrs. John Ward, daughter of the late Whltelaw Reld, by refusing to sit down with- a dozen others. He was but following in the footsteps of his father, Who was an even more superstitious man. The late King Flvard would :jf. allow two knives ! lie qn the tao'i before him, and :'r hostesses haJ In acquaint themse.ves with all hs Utile failings. IIt also regarded Tuesday aj his fateful day, as ne baptize!, married and was born, succeeded to the throne on that day. The serious operation which postponed his coronation also was performed on a Tuesday. King Edward was fond of Jewelry of every kind, but one of his most prized possessions, albeit of little value, was a bangle or bracelet which he wore on his loft wrist and to which he attached extraordinary powers for good. The present Queen always carries with her a banglo to which is attached a lltlo Ivory dog given to her when a child. Among Continental royalty there are many superstitions connected with the history of their respective families, some of them stretching back info the Middle Ages. The Kaiser on state occasions always wears what is known as his "toad stone ring." With this magic ring is associated the wonderful prosperity of the house of Hohenzollern. According to the legend lmpllclty bolleved In by all connected with the ruling German house the stone of this ring was dropped by a toad upon the bed of Elector John of Brandenburg. It was Immediately set and has been worn by succeeding heads of the Hohenzollerns. On his deathbed the Kalsor will hand the ring, Inclosed in a sealed casket, to his Bon, the Crown Prince.. Perhaps the most superstitious of monarchs Is Czar Nicholas of Russia. Among his many mascots Is a ring containing what Is said to be a pleco of the cross of Jesus Christ. It was presented to a former Russian autocrat by tho Vatican, and Nicholas plans never to be without it. It is told of him that several years ago he started on a trip from St. Petersburg to Moscow. When he had gone a considerable distance he discovered that he had left this ring had. the behind. He Immediately truln stopped, returned to St. Petersburg and once more started on his Journey with the precious mascot In his possession. To a unlquo collection of Oriental coins the Czar also attaches marvelous protectlvo powers, Some years agq one Bernhard Tutnaucr, a Jew living in Radautz, a town in Bakav-ina, ess, Comtesso do Castlgllone. with whom the monarch was friendly when he was In exile and a pretender to the Spanish throne. On becoming King Alfonso found a wife of royal blood and the Com-lesbecamo mad with Jealousy. C'.rcealing her true feelings, however, she sent to the king a few days after his marlage a package containing the fateful ring, wlshng him and his wife happiness and prosper ity. The opal was a particularly ' beautiful one and Queen Mercedes, the King's consort, upon seeing it Immediately claimed it for her own use. From the time when she first wore the ring the Spansh Queen's health declined and In a few months she died. The King's sister, the Infanta Maria del Pilar, then wore the ring and died, leaving the fatal opal to the young son of the Due and Duchesse of Montpenser. He, too, soon succumbed to its baneful influence. King Alfonso, despite the protests of his family, then decided to wear the ring himself to prove, if possible, hat it had no conectioa with the. deaths of its owners. With in a few months he also was numbered among its victims. This was wo much for the royal family and " th'e ring wail "destroyed. se ADABURG. Aug. 12. Rev. Lashbrook, the new pastor at Adaburg Baptist church, preached his first sermon here Saturday and Sunday. A protracted meeting began at Monday night with Rev. Ford, of Whltesvllle, in charge. Mr. Ivan Edge, who has been sojourning in Missouri for the past few weeks, returned home recently. Rev. J. B. Rayborn, of Mt. Morlab, was the guest of R. A. Owen ami -family Sunday night. v Mr. Jesse chapman and wife', their son, Mr. WUIIe Chapman and wife, were the guests of the former's' daughter, Mrs J. T. Ralph 'Friday Mr. Otway Taylor, our patent medicine agent, was certainly all smiles Sunday evening. An-tio- ch Foote Bircher. Mr. John Bircher,, Manager of the local office, Cumberland Telephone Company, and Miss Bessie Foote, were married at Irvlngton, the home of the bride, Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. The ceremony was performed, by Rev. Wade, of the Methodist church. The newly married couple arrived In Hartford after a brief visit In Owensboro, yesterday and will make their home at the ' residence of Mis. Laura Stevens. Cannot Stomach Wlllson. The MJ. Sterling Mt. Sterling. Gazette, one of tho oldest and most widely circulated Republican newspapers In this section, in an editorial Thursday morning announced that the paper will not suport former Gov. Wlllson for United States Senator, long term, giving personal differences as its reason. The paper is edited by Stanley O. Wood, a Bon of the late John C. Wood, who was a member of WUIsou's Campaign Committee in 1907. Hurdiug Defeats' Columbus, Former Senator Joseph B. Foraker this morn ing conceded his defeat for the ReO., Aug. 11. Forukr in Ohio. de- nomination publican for United States Senator. He teiegrapbed his congratulations to his successful competitor, Warren G. Harding, of Marlon. Political managers of Congress-- 1 concedman Bulkley at noon ed he had been defeated by Con; gressman Crosser. ' 1 20,-25- 7.. " ' 1 A GANINETR AGEDY Trouble Came In Bunches With the Purchase of a Watchdog. CURIOUS DEATH CEREMONY. A It hundred year. Whenever the emSir John Collie Is the author of this peror dies his body Is carried, by the system. UN plan Is to keep two hanknearest wny from the Imperial pnlnco ing accounts at the same hank. NIGHT OF WILD RUCTION. to the monastery of the Capuchin JOHANN WAS TOO ATTENTIVE. ONE "Tho first. No. 1." says thojvrlter, "Is monks on the outskirts of Vienna. Only his ordinary current account. Into a few otllcliils form the Inconspicuous The Valet Was Only Doing as He which he should pay alt the money he It Taught the Battered Master of the escort. ArrlvliiR nt the door of the crypt of Would Have Done Had His Master, receives, whether lie has been paid in Wrecked Horns That Under Some or the monastery, which Is found locked, the Prince, Been In the Guest's Place, cash tochecks. a It is au excellent rule Circumstances a Durglar May Be never spend penny which has not the master of ceremonies knocks upon but It Jarred the Briton's Nerves. Better Company Than a Mastiff. come to one through his banking acIt with his sold staff and demands adAlthough I ll.e lu England, which count. Tho physician should never get "If n man Ut nfnild of ImrKhirs." snld mittance. Qunckcnbiish. "uo can't have n better "Who Is there?" comos the voice of a Is supposed to be the home of aristo- checks which have been paid to him cashed by the local He safeguard tfaui a Rood watchdog." monk from behind (lie bolted door. cratic privilege, says a contributor to should never pay Ids tradesman "Hut where Is ho milm: l P't the "Ills royal majesty the emperor of Chambers' Journal, I had no true con- his foes. Every single chauffeur with Item received good watdidoftV lnitiIriHl CllnUen-hearAustria, klnn of Hmiisiry, duke of ception of the meaning of the words from the physician's practice from one "Such anliiiiils don't rov on Styrln," reciting the lone list of titles until I visited some Austrian friends year's end to another should go trees, ntnl fliey sire nut advertised by borne by the dead monarch. through his banking account No. 1. If u department stored. "Wo know no such man." curtly re- nt great cas.lv some live hours' Jour- the physician has been tempted to use ney from Vienna. "Of eourse. If yon p r.rouud telling plies the voice within. It was a tropically hot day. and the a live dollar bill which some one has tlint you are In the market for a watch-do;- ; Again the master of rereinonles every uinn who Ikim a ohieUcn bill-lu- knocks anil demand:) admission; again train was crowded, but when the con- paid him unexpectedly on u round or pup he wuiitft to got rid of will the voice of the guardian monk de- ductor found that I was going to visit If he has bought stumps with the motley which some patient left at tho office, tell you tlmt his critter Is Jmt what mands. "Who Is there?" Again the Prince A. ho cleared my compartment then he should draw a chock for the you are uuimiig tor. nut you u try master of cere tiles recites the list of passengers and did all he could to amount, cash It and pay the money out n million dogs before you find one, 0f honors and titles borne by the dead make me comfortable. At the little Into his bank. Thus, and thus only, can that will get down to brass headod niun-u- nd nmilti the voice from within station the peasants stood with bared he make hN bunker his bookkeeper, nails and do police duty. replies, "We know no such man.' "If the physician should die suddenly made my way to the "Two or three years ago there was u A mini tune the master of cerc- - heads while burglar scare out In our suburb. Sev- monies knocks, and a third time the waiting carriage, and as we rushed or wish to sell his practice, then, nnd then only, whether his other business eral houses had been entered and some j monk within asks, "Who Is there?" through the village hats were raised books well false hair and things carried away. So j "Our brother. Joseph Hapshurg" (or . unu me street was cleared for our or the are kept agencyor not. the lawyer medical or tho purchaser my wife got so nervous 3he couldn't whatever was the simple name of tho galloping steeds. who wades through his effects will t. sleep at night. She was sure some dead king). j At Uic castle I was shown to n room io find one method of knowing would break In and masked bandit At this humble confession of the j gross receipts and getting some Idea of steal the. 'What Is Home Without a equality of the dead man with all hu- In one of the turrets, where I found the real intrinsic value of the business the Jager who had met me at the rail-- I Mother' cbroiuo from over the mantel, man flesh the bolts tly back swiftly. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. and will from and just to give her a sense of security "Kilter, brother: cries the monk, stand- - way station unpacking my luggage. liook alone tell the physician's bank the total cash receipts I bought a big mastiff and took him Ing welcoming In the doorway, and the But the first essential was a bath. He from the practice upon which to found home nud chained htm to a tree In body Is taken within. Later the body was full of desolation." but some tlie purchase price. front of the house. Is returned to the palace and a funeral . thing had goiie wrong with Hie water "At the end of every year the books "Along about 12 o'clock nt night that tvltll till till, tlnmtl nt ri.ivilti t.. nnn. pipes in the turret, and therefore the should be balanced, and If the doctor doi got to thinking over his misspent (ll,.d frnl One dealer or agent in IST - tlri..,.ir m,t..i, n .. bathroom could not be used, but If the cannot balance thorn himself or lias i 9 your city and vicinity to nie. iiuu remorse gwiwcu in ins ucurc , tirst strange ceremony Is never high and well bom excellency would not the time the comparatively small ....r. I... Iminlii InliliMilllii .!..' .....I a. IIIU UlIU III" sell Evinrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe omitted. Washington Star. condescend to use a hip bath he would sum which a professional accountant past. He had the most bloodcurdling instautly bring one. The bath was will charge, say $3 or $lt). will be well Motors, which are advertised in all reputable voice I ever 'heard, livery yell lie let brought aud prepared, but the tall repaid." magazines of the world. This advertising Sjssa2iks9? DONKEYS IN EGYPT. out froze the marrow In my bones. jager still remained In the room. campaign reaches thousands who have use He'd begin with a sort of plaintive "You can finish the unpacking aftersBVlt DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND. for portable and detachable rowboat wall and wind up with n howl that Brutally Used Are These Despised 1 ward." said "I will ring when I motors, but who would have no use lor launches on Friends of the Natives. would remind you of a hyena In n account of lack of time and no summer homes. Write A Wordless Comedy In Which She Who graveyard on a rainy night. Sly wife In Egypt the donkey Is tin; chief beast have had tny bath." promptly for particulars as to how representatives are aaaaaalvfBafi aal Johaun turned from an open drawer, Tapped Last Tapped Best. said the uproar would have to be of burden. Every farmer has at least with and protected. Begin operations at She was pretty, and as she leaned stopped nnd I'd better bring tho dog two or three of them, and when he his face blank with amazement. "But once ao as to abtaln the lull benefit of the season. against the counter In the marriage house. He'd probably be quiet goes to his fields he rides with his Is It not the high and well born excelInto the EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPAN license bureau she carelessly stretched friends on donkeys. He does not use lency that I should wash?" he asked. there. 292 Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN W The German of the "high and well a forearm on the broad surface while "So I slid Into a few rags and went a proper saddle, but lias a couple of downstairs and Into the yard. Just as sacks strapped over the animal's back. born excellency" failed him. There she tapped the wood with her fingers. I approached the dog old Blllshaw. No reins are used, aud stirrups are was a pause: then, after a repeated A one curat diamond Hashed iu a mandeclaration that I would ring when I lier to attract .attention, which apparwho lived next door, opeutM his bed- never thought of. room window nnd threw an old frying The donkeys are sometimes used In wanted him. Johann left the room ently was the purpose sought by the Vacation Trips on Great Lake. pun. Of course he meant It for the n most brutal fashion, for their riders clearly under protest. "I shall be out- attractive wearer. Summer vacation trav.: I on the Groat Enter a second young woman with dog, but his aim was poor and It caught guide them with a stick, hitting them side the door If the high and well born Lakc3 is now ui ful' sw;uir, a li tho her escort. me in the bread basket and knocked on, the left side of the head when one should need me." he said reproach She was not so pretty nor so richly volume W tourists travel at.raated the wind out of me. they want them to g to the right, and fully. 'l prooiixl S obuinal I was no more than In the bath II euualtim. or n j tea. u otuia uirpir attired. She also leaned against the to the Uike routes by tmlondid equip""I sat down on the grass and gasped vice versa. If the donkey's are not goTHAT PAY l.trrt.tlj.mlhoroaU7, Hw when the door opened and the stalwart counter, while her fiance, a large man for breath, and a shower of bottles and ing fnst enough some riders rub the tjienw., &aa uejp you ut wwett. ment of the passengr liinij ;uid for BnJ traJt iJwUcr UeUb for FRCC rtmt bootjacks and stove wood came from rough end of a stick along the spine figure appeared. "Is it not cold water and apparently entirely capable, filled the cool and restful l.iko trip :s cvon on inuMuir. w yrr prartlra. t)UR I.illshnw's window, and every blamed or prick them behind the neck with a over the back of the high and well out au application blank. PASSING Rirtr:CNCCS. rurfretOuU .on on iTimbl rifnt, rlt to item hit me in one place or another. needle fixed Into the stick they use born excellency that I should pour?" The second woman caught the sound larscr than in former seasons. B03-BO- B "No; certainly not!"' The door closed of the tapping aud turned to see the The Great Sh.; "SEEANUKtJ", now Seventh Streat When I finally got my breath I yelled for guiding. . WASHINGTON. D. C. run;i::is da!ly Cevc!n..d ti J fiash of the gem. to Hlllslmw to let up. for he was murWhen Egyptian women ride the again protesting!)-A few seconds later Johann came sen-'.jdering inc. and he said it was Just donkey they sit astride, and the young young woman glanced at Buffalo, has The tirst cnatcrl a what I deserved for keeping such a f 1lal!:t h. or farmer's daughter, can go Into the room with an air of triumph, the facv of the last arrival, took a v;tJi tao trava lug imBc u.u hi- - jk bearing a large bath towel. "Ah. the fleeting appraisement of garments aud menagerie wlicre It would give the at a great speed. .Most of the older their ra.l nt ether 3 ty io whole neighborhood the horrors women, however, are either too poor splashing is over! .Vow the high and style and continued to tap. The second onjjy a dc'ielitful nifcuttj tr p on "After I had rubbed my bruises for to afford one or too stout to balance well boru excellency I may be per- young woman Indolently raised her this marvelous steamermitted to dry." half an hour I took the dog Into the on one. arm. placed It on the counter aud beTho SKEANDHEK fs the Uryst But lie was not oven permitted the gan tapping with her fingers. The first house and went back to bed. I was It is common sight to see a man rid . just dropping off to sleep when I was ing on a donkey and his wife trotting high and well born excellency to dry. young woman turned In surprise. Then and mos-- cost' y s'.conicr en l ilaad "What will my prince say?" he said, she dropped her arm, her lips became .valors of the world. She i.as roused by the allflredest racket. It behind, barefooted and carrying an 510 sounded as .though, the side of the Infant In her arms and a large basket looking at me in bewilderment. "His a straight line, and she walked to tho staterooms and jiartars accaau.la'j :ig house wis falling in. Sly wife was on her head. The Egyptian farmer has serene highness commanded me to desk where her prospective husband l.'Ou passonsrea, equalling In Kleeping shrieking that the dog was upsetting no Idea of women's lights. Besides show the excellency every attention, was writing. capacity the larr-ihuto's of l.ie all the furniture and ruining every- carrying the farmer to and from his and the excellency will allow me to do The second young woman smiled aud couutrv and she can carry G.OOO uo thing. So I wont downstairs again, Inbor. the donkey has to carry bundles nothing for him nothing." ulso lot her arm fall At dinner 1 sat next to the Princess third linger of the to her side. The ple, tho population of a good K.zod quoting a few passages from Webster's of blrseem or clover from the fields to left hand bore a town. ' Dictionary. the horses and bulTuloe.s In the villages Karl, the wife of the eldest son, a two carat diamond of purest luster. "I had forgotten about the cat when and towns, for grass and hay are al- beautiful Hungarian who possessed all Notwithstanding her gigantic alze. re-- , "And they never said a the charm aud vivacity of her race. marked the olTieial lu charge word." bu- during tho summer ticazem Ivor aloop-in- s I took the dog Into the house. Hut the most unknown in Egypt. f the dog had discovered the pet and was When the donkey Is not being work- "I'm afraid you are uot being properly reau, who related the story. Los Anaccomodations are rcaervotl well 1 chasing It through the house, and you ed it is roped to a peg In the ground looked after," she said. "Johann told geles Express. in advance, and tfioso contemplating my husband that you ordered him out never saw such it scene of wreckage. and Its two front feet are tied totho trip u'ucuM arrange for rjonu as Everything that wasn't nulled down gether, so that It cannot move more of the room." Paris In 1775. early as possible. "But he wanted to wash me." I exbad been overturned, and neurly every-tlil'- u than two yards. It Is the natives' deCrime was so rife lu the good city AU rairoad tickota reading (between plained. "He was most attentive, but was broken. The gas light was spised friend. of Paris In the year 1775 that half a 1 did buMug, and there was the cat hanging not desire." dozen that was an attention Cleveland and Buffalo are good for corpse! were shown most mornto tho gas fixtures and tho dog stand-lu- g "Poor Johann!" answered the prinA Joke of Mark Twain's. ings lu the morgue, uud nets were low- transportation on C. & U- Uno Steam on his' hind legs trylug to reach The theatrical godfather of William cess. "He was much upset. He is ered each ulght from the Pont Netif era, aud uo one should m'.sa tho opher. servant and was told to Gillette was SlarU Twain, who was a Knrl's special you catch the ersons thrown over by portunity of using the Jiko route dur-i"- S ou purpose. You "Sly memories of what followed are fellow townsman ami a friend of bis to .look after Uio hot summer niontiw. rather confused. I seem to recall grab- father. Mark Twain in referriug to see. he did not understand. He always the eutthrouts. Vet the punishments were by no means lenient, and .lekyll bing the dog ly the scruff of the neck the matter washes Karl." said when he used his 1 made no attempt to conceal my gives a horrible description of how he to tnke him outdoors, and lie bit a Influence to get that 8hort Jenks' Threats. young (Jlllette on the REAL sample from my shin, and then we stage astonishment, and when 1 glanced at had seen a criminal broken on the Short Jenks is always threatening he thought he was playing a y wheel without stirring from the things on the lloor. I managed mixed on the management, for he Prince Karl, a broad shouldered giant. of his own apartment, when to give a written guarantee, although I could not help smiling. to stuff the pincushion Into his mouth meat Joke did not thltik Gillette had the slightest "Monsieur de Paris" discharged the every one knows he can't wrltev so he couldn't bite, and we resorted to aptitude "Why are you amused?" the princess for acting. But it turned out duty of Ids otllce In bug. wig aud ruf- Atchison Oloho. wrestling. to be uo Joke after all. "I don't know." asked. News fles and bleu poudre. I an"Then the cat came down from the "It seems so Incongruous," gas fixture and took a hand and clawed said Slark Twain, "which like belter swered. "Prince Karl being washed!" News -- having Gillette make a treiuondou.t How's This? Algerian Olive Trees. most of my sculp off. mid my wife Nut I afterward learned that It is the success or seeing one of my Jokes tw Wa offer One Hundred Dollars came to the icscue with the poker. In Algiers olive ttees spring up wild Local News usual custom for the Austrian nobility wrong." She said afterward that she was tryto be thoroughly well scrubbed lu their and are grafted where they stand. In Reward for any case of Catarrh ing to hit tile (Jog, I reckon I'd have baths twice a day by their valets and some regions they are so close as to that cannot be cured by Hall's Myrtle Wedding Wreaths. been on ice next day If the neighbors dried afterward with hot towels. They touch overhead. The average annual Catarrh Cure. On her wedding day the Danlsu News F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. hadn't come In with shotguns and prun- peasant girl wears a simple crown of ate also dressed by their servants. yield for a tree Is eighty to 100 poundi. Wc, the undersigned, have known F. J, ing hooks and such things and pried my Some- of the trees are believed to be Cheney for the last 15 years, uml believe The driving of poor Johann from myrtle with her national costume News over 100 years old. It Is htm perfectly honorable in all up apart. varying with the district, but always bedroom became a great Joke In the there are over fi.OPO.OOO estimated that transactions and financially able business to carry' olive trees "That expei fence was enough for me. charmlng-iinof pots of myrtle are care- family. Prince Karl declared that he lu Algiers. The grafting wild tlie.se is be- out any obligations made by tits linn. d NATIONAL. DANK OF COMMERCE. of I'd rather have forty burglars on the fully cherished by girlish baud:! hud never dressed himself lu his life. Toledo, O. ing carried out systematically under piemlses one watchdog."-W- alt Everybody Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, "I tried It only once," suld one of through the long winters in antidiluacting directly upon the blood and muMusou in Chicago News. bis brothers, an ollicer in the Imperial the auspices of the government. tion of the great event. cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials guards, "when my bcrvaut was III and sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all DrUKststs. 1 hud to go to a parade. Sheridan's Retort. I put all the Stationers. Are you Interested in what Is tak-a- ll Feline Music. Take Hall's Family rills far constipation. IMtt When pens nud Ink and other writanswered a int; place Iday by day Scarlatti, the Italian composer, own- buttons in the wrong buttonholes and dan's had complained speech of Sheriover the ing material came Into common use and when the latter low-ed a world? If you are you NKKU TUB to walk on the got confined to barracks for a week lu proposed to rejoin that Sheridan ala grout many-jiear- s ago they were sold keys cat itwhich consequence." COimiEU-JOUNRApiano and struck eortiur; of by peddlers, front house to hoii.se. After In the old days the Austrian princes. ways wanted the last word. notes lu preference to others. Tho com. If tliero is an afont in your town n while it few doaleiH In writing ma "Not nt all." said Sheridan, lustaqtly nsor took notes as theme of :oinits and barons were sovereign lords terials opened stalls aud remained sta one of his thoo which the that rea- on their own lauds, which they held withdrawing his request to lie heard, Tho most economical, cleansing nnd glvo him n trial order one month-Da- lly fugues, for germicidal of all antiseptics Is "I um content with having bud the last M cents, with Sunday 75 cents. tlouary at ttielr place of business. To son received the name of "The Cat from the emperor In return for mili- srguinent." distinguish the two classes of p.iper I'ligue." If tjiere 1b no agent In your toyn notary soi vice. Each of these great Hellers the mini In the stall was called glvo your order to tho papor in bles held his own court, which was a ti stationer, and the goods he sold cauiii Three Centuries of Opera. which tlila advertisement A Bungler. reflection lu miniature of the Imperial appears ( to be known tin btatlonery.-tt'l,eot- iIu Since K)7 careful estimate puts It (you may get a special clubbing court, aud us It was considered au She (anxious to put htm at hit easel State Jonnnl, What a nice dame. Sir. Smith! You hu;:or by men of the highest birth to that inure than IIO.OOO operas have beeu A mIuM Antweptic Powder, to rate), or send tho order direct, to By u step exactly suits mine. He loo assist a( the toilet of the monarch, so itaged lu EuropomidAiiierlcii, Hat tlSs.n1vau in watsr mm roAA mo uourler-Journso glad! I know I'm such K It was considered an honor by those of l!ltenil estimate of all the operas ever Foiled. has-.- ,. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches ' n hhKl'V L'OimiKlt-JOUR.N'AA mother of four daughters., one of wretched dancer. lesser degree to render similar personal eoniMised not more than seventy-liv- e In treating catarrh, inflammation or been dlwonUiiuetl, but FAUM AND i lire now ullve and more or less popuwhom hud retoi.tly married, coiueied service lu the great nobles. The ulceration of noso, throat, and that FAMILY, a most excellent illu3trat-- " nit eligible young iu:it In the dmwl'w Brazil. of. their descendants upon lar. Argonaut. caused by feminine Ills It has uo equal, ed monthly magazine, ia R worthy room. "And which one of my ghi do Uracil Is a Portuguese term doiivA llu-.valets Is only the survival of For ton years tlw Lydla J3. Plnhliam successor. The prlco Is only S3 cento' On Wish Unfulfilled. you ndmlic. might I ask?" from bra xii, '"a live coal." relative those feudal custonm. Wife You promised) that If I would Medlclno Co. has recommended Paxtino a year. 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Two things have to he tnUen Into Account niiinely. the velocity and the weight of the colliding comet, ns a gigantic projectile ihot ugnlnst the earth as u target Comets nre cry deceptive In regard to weight or mass. They nre enormously large, but relatively very' light The comet that iipin-nrcIn lSul tint grazed the sun nnd then swept tho earth with IUj"iII. I la I ley's comet nlso occupied vastly more space than the earth, hut n enre-fu-l estimate has shown that It probably did not vlgli more than 30.000,. 000 tons, which Is much less tlian tho weight of the materlnl excavated to make the I'annmn canal. It might be thought, then, that the earth Is In no more dnngcr from such n comet than a txittlesbln Is from a lioy's loan shooter. Uut now tho velocity begins to come Into piny. Tho speed of a comet at the earth's distance from the sun would be Hbout twenty-similes per se'eond. A mass of .'(0,000,000 tons shooting ir through space ut u velocity of twenty- ' six mllos per second would develop Jo round numbers about twenty uutntil- Hon foot pounds of energy, equivalent to the development In one second of thirty-si- x thousand million million A horsepower. Where the comet struck everything rock, soil, vegetation would be melted, vitrified and even valorized In nil instant, for all this tremendous energy would bo turned into lieut through the , sudden nnd complete arrest of the swift motion of the comet The 000 qulntilllons of "absolute units of energy" developed by the stopping uf the comet would furnish enough heat to liquefy moje than a million million 'tons uf solid Iron! The result would be a very big nnd n very deep hole in the earth. Thousands of Mpmrc tulles would be more or less directly nlTcctvd by the tcrrltlo impact, for the shock would be greater than that of the mightiest earthquake, nnd perhaps buildings would tumble into ruin nnd mountains would shake off their fringes of rock In all parts of the globe, while the mm would hurl Itself hi whelming tidal waves upon every coast and diown nil the low lying islands. The utmospherie disturbances would also lie enormous. The Midden development of grout lieut ut th point of collision would unbalance the ulr cur- nd capricious rents and dcMructhc winds would blow to and fro over the earth. We have only u little space left to consider the effects of a collision between the earth mid the tall of a comer? Tills Is boiuethliig Hint has nctuully occurred two or three times within a century. As n ready said, the comet of 1SU1 enveloped tho earth with the spreading cud of lb tall for a few hours, unit lu 1010 Hulley's comet brushed Its fall "over the earth, but apparently the electric repulsion developed prevented the gases of the tall from entering the atmosphere. It is possible that lu every cane this would occur, so that electricity may be our effective guardian against deleterious substances that might otherwise Ik? Introduced into the phere from the switching tails of close passing comets. Garret I Serviss lu Spokane Snokesmau-Itevlew- . d x I dniiuiKe. mid mime of tlii'in uilj;lit ho cnp.ilile of putting the ciirlh teuipora-rilout of commission in mi llihiihltcd filobe. The terror Hint vns nrouved In iniuiy qurirlur by llnlh-y'comet In l!HO Is sure to recur on the iipiienrniKe of uny new comet, so tlmt It Is worth while to consider what nn ellly ilKpusoil louiet could do to the If It pit n ehnnce. There nrt two wujs In whkh u comet could cuiiko duuiiiKe to the tiirtli first, by running straight Into It with l.'.OOO times the wluclty of nn express triiln s coini'ts have nlwnys liisilril nn Inxtlnctlvu tlrciul of their ticiiicii-dou- s power for ell. Tlie.v loot. Ilk besoms of ilrstrtictliMi. mill tlioso who know nothing iibmit iisimiiomy ncccpt tlu'iu at llu'lr iiii,iiciil l.ii-i- : Milne. Ami, In mull, If they could come within liltlliiK distance of the curtli they would do nn enormous nmoiint of y rwit Is due to Distinct Natures. eases uf triie multiple personality ure known to have occurred and are of extraordinary Interest. The most famous s tii.it of ".Miss ileum hinip" I lie real name has always must pnit-erl-y been withheld-whic- h was carefully studied by Dr. Muilon i'llnee Ily Intricate steps he arrived at the conviction tlmt In her ense no fewer than live distinct persoun lilies could he timed The most vivid of nil was the one who railed heiself "Sally." The normal Miss Iteatieliamp was a somen bat neurotic woman, the prey uf slight ailments and without ini.ch post In life. After u nervous shock S.illy suddenly became able to take possession uf her from time to lime, ut first with upi.irent dlllii'itlty and then, us It seemed, whenever she pleased. hen Sally was dominant .lls Iteauehiiiup's whole nature was chaiiKed. She became lively. Irresponsible, fund uf all the violent exercises which theiiormul woman disliked, exuberantly henlthy and different from Miss Itenucliuiup lu owry respect. She could not explain herself, but protested Hint she bid "always been lieie." hut could nut get cnntrul. nnd one of tliu most wonderful mid best utcstcd facts In this in) sei Ions en se Is that she confidently iiseited her memory of events which occurred when the real Miss lleiiuchamp was In her cradle. For Miss Iteaiicluiinp. the co tenant with her uf the same body, Sally had the must Intense dislike, never speaking of her eiept with contempt mid doing nil she could to cause her harm and annoyance. .Miss Iteatieliamp had n special hurrur of Insects and reptiles, and Sally was iiecimtoined to gratify her xplto by collecting frogs, toads and spiders nnd dispatching them to what the Inadequacy of language compels us to call herself. Miss Iteaiichnmp detested walking. m Sally, when she wns dominant would go for a long tramp after carefully leaving nil her money behind, nnd theu. when she was ten miles or more fiom home, would suddenly disappear nnd. allowing the original .Miss to assume control, leave the unfortunate woiiiiiu to make her way back as best she could. London Ulobe, In re con-stai- n Iteiin-champ There Is Such a Thing as Being Too Dlliberate In a Game. While carelessness Is u bad feiitnij fur any golfer to nllow to creep Into his game. It must not be confused with unticccssatlly prolonged deliberation over shots Ton much time la studying shots before playing tlicrv j Is. to my mind, worse than not enough. in uiner words, neither procrastination nor hurrying will bring sntlsfnctory results, hut ns 'between the two undue dellberutlou Is worse because It Is In the nature of an Imposition upon other pin j en. Golf has become j.o popular ii game that the number of players hns Increased by leaps and bounds: hence u great many clubs have nil active? playing membership so large that It Is n problem how to accommodate all who wish to play, especially on Saturdays and holidays. An unnecessarily slow player can hold back a field nnd cause more fuming anil liurd feelings than nlniost any other factor In play. The snme thing applies hi open tournaments or championships. Admittedly there ure some golfers who nre constituted that they have to go nt their piny deliberately to do well, but they ought to realize tlint fact. and. when they see tlmt they ure holding cithers hack, courteously let those following "go through." A great many players who nre abnormally deliberate might find by experiment that they could play Just as well. If not better, by speeding up a bit When a golfer spends overmuch time In studying the line uf his putt for example, first viewing It from one side of the hole nnd then from the other, only tu go back and have anIs other look from the tint side-- he apt to see undulations or bumps which really would have no Influence over the ball's course If utterly disregarded The Irnngimitlou gets too much play and the mlud has too much time for working up hesitancy nnd brcisllng lack of confidence. The best putten. ns a rule, size up the situation quickly, then step up nnd hit tile bull. Francis Ouluiet In St .Nicholas. JISBBWvjHgfl Rr British Seaman's Prank That the Brazilians. The hirbor of Itlo dc .lunelro Is out of the nnudeis nf the world. You enter u narrow otrnlt guarded by a towering cniiltal mountain and dlscov er u glorious Inland eii surrounded on every lde by abrupt and piecipl tons mountains, niiiiiy of tliein with the most fantastic outlines I should Imagine, says the lion Stephen Coleridge in "Memories." that nil the lltets of the world might anchor there In safety in the early seientles a' couple of r.nglMi hlucJiicUcts In search of ad venture cllinbeil to the top of tin mountain that guards the eutiuncc. hauled after them u llagNtuff ninl u union Juci., yet up the pole on the summit' and uiifiuled the ling to tbe breeze. Inns MiMttiLsBWBlB.i'ii rfwn 'iirfnli inTih nSHB S3 liftf! The nstoiiiiiled nud Indignant Itrii7ll nol;e one morning to llud mi alien hunting Hying over their territory from its most conspicuous eminence Protests were lodged with the Ungllsb minister, who. with the utmost p llteness. apologized for the thoughtless-escup.ulof sonic entirely unknown persons and gravely told the Brazilian government that of course he would have no possible objection to the prompt rcmowil of the ling nnd pole The emperor, however, could Hud no subject lu nil his wide empire who would volunteer to make the ascent to the summit of tho mountain, which the people nf Itlo de .lauelro considered unscalable. In this embarrassing dilcinmn the nruztllnn go eminent determined to knock over the staff by shooting ut It. The Brazilian lleet wns ordered to shoot the offending po'e. off tbe top of the mountain. Either they could not train their guns to the required nngle of elevation or tho tnrget was too narAt any row for a successful shot rate, the English ting flying over the proud Brazilian city remained, braving the battle and tbe breeze, till it rotted e Stato Froi.i lh foundation of it prtitnt lime Tho onlr complelo collection In eltene Picture of nil ITcIdcats of tl.e United Stat M, from,Vnh-tnuti of a.t Nat. .ms In colors. "1 he very to Wilaon. latcit Kentucky Maptliowlna Coiintiei.town itrnllroarl.C.on-Rrntlon- al on 1 la-.- FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN All Pictures of Kentuclty'o Govcmora 14 tho districts, etc. tatest HentucLy I cntiK. I' till nnd Fullaniiccrnilcterr.opofllio complctemaDofthoUnlte.lJ)tate!i. world. Iutliolllrtotlcal Kentucky rActch Is fjyen tic BUtlst ics from tlief oun Htion of the btate to the lire ent time. Officials. Kitcutivc department. 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THE FEMININE ENIGMA. "TENORS ARE QUEER." Old Time Opera Stars as Seen by Clara Louise Kellogg. In "The Memoirs of nn American Prima Donna." by Clara Louise Kellogg, the author tells of ber triumph as Vlolettu In "Travlutn." She argued that Vloletta would probably love curl delicate way they've got us of the north faded to u dull monochrome." said an American Just up from Saltlllo. "I wns recently going through the penitentiary there on a .visit. If you plense nud overtook a party of Mexican visitors. A young sirl among thetu was questioning "a csirlct through the bars of his cell. "'And bow long, may I ask, beftre you anticipate returning home, sir? I heard her usk.'in the tone she might huve used to a chance acquaintance ut the seashore. Funcy an American talking to a convict that way." Washington Star. Color Changes of tho Hair. Accounting for color changes of the hair. It Is explained that this chauge Is no't due to a destruction of pigment present In the hnlr or to a tJleuchlng of hairs already formed, but that pigmented hairs full out and are replaced by implemented or white ones. Completely pigmented hairs never turn gray, they fall out It has also been observed that the process of pigment formation may cease during the development of a hair. In such case tho tip of the hnlr will remain pigmented tlioligh the base appears white. News. to putting disagreeable thoughts In n bloodthirsty lot but when Delicately Put. "The Mexicans may be a lawless and it co.-ie- s WOMAN WEAK .rlND NERVOUS Finds Health in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Creston, Iowa. " I suffered with female troubles from the time I camo into womannoou until 1 T! hod taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I would have pains if '.& h I overworked or ua lifted 5v heavy, and I would bo so weak and nervous and in so much anything misery that I would be prostrated. A friend told me what your medicine had done for her and I tried it It made me strong and healthy and our home is now happy with a baby boy. I am very glad that I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and do all I can to recommend it" Mrs. A. B. Boscamp, 604 E. Howard Street, Creston, Iowa. mfA 1W Destroying Equilibrium. Ing you u great many "Ves." replied Senator Sorghum, "and I wish, he'd quit It. One of the easiest ways to throw n innn down Is to swell tils bead until lie get top heavy." ' Washington Star. "That former enemy of yours Is pay; compliments.-1- ' are used annually in the manufacture of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- Tons of Roots and Herbs Taking Him Down. Brown (very nroud of his firstborn) Ah, even now my wife says be U Just k llto hip in tnnnv of Ills little warn! Smith fgravelyi- -I nope she corrects him for It falth-the- pound which is known from ocean to ocean as the standard remedy for female ills. For forty years this famous root and herb, medicine has been successful in controlling the diseases of wowen. Merit alone could have stood this test of time. ble Compo turn will help yoH,writ to Lydia&PhBkhauM MedlclHeCo, (oenMdeattal) Lynn, Mass., for ud se make Love. hone. fenr. be oifeucd. I fcumnnlty. these nre Its slgu and uote vice. Yor letter will uBwered by a woiuuu, read ud character. Uruwnlug. tud MM muukx cMMUMetto. that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta If, you have the slIenteHt doubt ad ous and exotic combinations, so she dressed the part In a gown of rose pink and pale primrose yellow that seemed to be altogether enchanting. Will help parents develop their sons ink "Apropos of tbe Vloletta gowns. I sang the part during one season with the best type 'of citizens and Christian a tenor whose bands were always dirty. I found tbe back of my pretty gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scatfrocks becoming grimier and grimier and greasier and greasier, and. as ' tered and comes from the best homes n provided my own gowns and bad to be economical, I Anally came to the conthe South. Uncapacity is limited; thereclusion that I could not and would not fore, reservations should be made early. afford such wholesale and continual rain.. So I seat my compliments to Place your son in this select group of monsieur and asked him please to be extra careful and particular about boys. Write washing bis bands before tbe perform very light and ance, as my dress was a polite message delicate, etc.-qu- lte considering tbe subject Politeness, however, was entirely wasted on blm. Back came the cheery and nonchalant For catalogue and information. Box A. reply: "All right Tell her to send me some soap.' "I sent it. nnd I supplied blm with soap for the rest of the season. This It you are not familiar with Llppln was cheaper tlinn buying new clothes cott's you aro doing yourself and "Tenors nre queer creatures. Most the publishers an injustice. eccentricities, unci of them have their the soprano is lucky If these are in nocuous peculiarities. 1 used to tit id It in my beast, for Instance, to wish that they did not have such queer theories ns to what sort of food was good foi the voice. Many of them affected gar-tic- . Stigelli usually exhaled mi aroma of Inger beer, while the good Mazzolenl luvnilably ute from one to two pounds "The Standard Fiction Magazine of cheese the day be was to sing He of America" said it strengthened his voice. Biignoll Comparative. Feel right all tho time. Don't lay oft from work for days by taking calomel "Is there any truth to the assertion bad been long enough In tUIs country NOW 'IN ITS 4Cth YEAH Americanized, so ho keeps you when pleasant Liv- - Ver-Lamade by scientists." asked a young to become partly on your feet, while relievinpyour troubnever smelled of nnythiug In particumini recently, "tlint when u man unc take. Don't le. n woman have lived together for some lar." 25 Cents a Copy $3.00 a Year take Safer too, and easy to can't afford anything eke. You time their facial characteristics assume Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysThoughtful Quail. a similarity''" (Tho first magazine to originate the it and relieves constipation. A nattem who was anxious for The tourist The man to whom the question was idea of publishing a complete ural remedy, natural in its actions, suro put wns supposed td be a sclcutfot, but game ciitcicd u western Texus hotel, in its effect and certain in results.. It novel in each number.) , he will won't be long before Liv- - Vet-La- x he chose to regard the question- in u paused nnd looked urouud. Then adquietly approached the desk and completely displace calomel in ever humorous light A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION home. Children can tako it freely and dressed the proprietor "There most certainly Is." he replied. "Any qimll about this neighborwith perfect safety. Every bottle guar"I know a man who married a widow, hood BRINGS YOU anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. None and she was constantly reminding him genuine without the likeness and signa "Quail!" echoed tbe proprietor, with 12 Great Complete Novels. 75 Short ture ot U. ft.. ungsDy. ror saio Dy of her first husbaud." New York Tribin Indulgent smile. "They have become CO une. 60 Timely Articles. Stories. J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. so numerous around here that tbey ure Striking Poems. 200 Pages of Hun nuisance. The cook complnlns that Side Interests. ' mor. she can't throw n piece of toast out of THI "No, I dldu't hire your friend." tbe kitchen window but four or five EWaNQ "Why didn't you? lie's un able fat quails tight to see which one shall al MACHHNK Llpplncott's Is enjoying a big man." get on it" Llpplncott's. ' OP "Well, he's a health enthusiast Hns Thousands of ot popularity. to go out every hour for seventeen InQUALITY.) new readers have, been addujd to Its halations of ozone, does setting up Constipation Dan- subscription list during the past exercises four times a day nud has Summer few months, nnd Its circulation is gerous. to have a quart of hot water to drink N NOT Is increasing rapidly. Constipation in Summer-tfrn- o every fifteen minutes. I. fear be would OLD winmore, dangerous than In the fall, have little time for actual business." UNDER Kansas City Journal. ter or spring- - The food you oat Is ofANY ten oontamhiated and Is more likely HOW TO REDUCE THE OTHER Famous Doors. to ferment In your stomach. 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G. S.. relates a true Incident of the Young Turks' revolution of IOCS. In which a woman plays a thrilling dramatic part tlersclf a revolutionary and Mp sister of Major Knver Bey, she wa the wife of Xnzlm Hey. the sultan's principal police spy at whose nssasslnntlon the committee of union nnd progress had decided upon. She did not hesitate to help the murderer. She left the curd tains undrawn where she nnd hex were dining together and placed a strong light behind him. Then she sat waiting tensely. Soon the shot rang' oht Hut the conspirator had bungled. No 7.1m was only wounded. Six weeks Inter the miracle of tbe revolution wns accomplished; and tbe committee, clement In their triumph, condemned Nazliu Bey not to death, but to exile, and would have exalted his wife Into n heroine. But she, Enver Bey's astonishment, proposed to go and share her husband's lonely exile nt Benghazi. "But. my sister," snkl Enver, "It Is unthinkable tbnt you should suffer such u terrible fate. Moreover, the man Is an Infamous spy. who deserves death. Why should you share his public disgrace?" "lie Is my husband." she answered, "nnd I love him." "You love hltu! But were you not already n cotiM'iitlng aud even nbettlng party to the death which was intended for him?" "That is true. I was willing that he should die for the sake of our cause, but as he Is to live I shall live with him. Where he goes shall go." So together the husband and wife went to Benghazi. 1 J Vanderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. a JMATHENEY BATTS g V-fER-LAX innl USE LI LIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE For Lazy Lijlr and the Troubles o Constipation. x, - r re-riv- NEW HOME for all To-da- x lt-- 1913-191- fl iff HySHt Inter-South-e- ra c Hirtford Republican. slvo works thrown up by the the necessities of life will be elim- PRESIDENT BURIES opposition at Liege. entirely. No one who lias inated Ilnlrlnm nntlclnntra nil nttonint studied the economics of war can WIFE AT ROME Po.totftc Katrd ff0fd1i.R to l.w at oltti the Mrontl come to any conclusion that there for anyone In It. It Is Mtford. Ky.. a. mull mtl Is her Intentions regarding the re- claaa. waste and destruction If, as Is pre8lslnco ,0 " brcncu of hcr ncu, dicted, a comparatively short Euro- Sad Journey of Nations Chief traliiy. C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor pean war would cause the destrucEditor Svenborg, the great Russian fort- tO Southern ALLISON BARNETT, Associate of the tion of $5,000,000,000 n?s In Finland, awaits a bombard- that 'vorld's capital, it Is certain ClimC. mem or u battle, ns tlio commander Address all communications to this country would have to pay a to leave has ordered all civilians Hartford Republican. ffbe shnreof It. there and nlo Helslngfors. In paying that share, as It must, Rome, Ga., Aug. 11. Mrs. Wood-- ! Paris reports Montenegrin troops NOTICETO SUBSCRIBERS the condition of Its trade and Its row Wilson, wife of tho nation's occupying Tarnbosch, overlooking n now Bobcrlbm ilwlrlnK the pmrntto Industries becomes a matter of para- president, was burled at Myrtle Hill Scutari, Albania, where severe fight- In iniiUnK th addreM mnt aire the ol.l ml.lr.-mount Importance. A falling adminceintery here today. Her grave Is ing between Montenegrins nud Turks . rmtiwt. line nml istration Is grasping for straws. Its besldo those of her father and moth- - occurred during the Halkln War. JHulDfM l.ocnln nml Notice 10c per line lor rn.'h ii.l.lltli.niil last one Is the hope of war. er, almost within sight of the house Considerable sums of English gold UbltnnrlvK, Kemilntlonn nn.l Cnr.l of TlinkV she lived In as n girl. Tonight Pres- - are to bo deposited In Ottawa, Can- per line, motie.r In inlvnnrn. Sympathy. The Nation's tre. Lot other for ervlc l.ln.1,- W'llanti la Blinmltlliv" nnctW.lftl ...l.i Charch Notlo- ' ' tnntlttntn niv..iii.o ilttinllt " . .The heart of every American goes chnrci n.lrertlement. .V jwr line. running the risk of shipping money on his return to Washington. will receive no AnonjmouK communUiilloM out In sympathy to President Wilson Services nt the grave were brief across the Atlantic, attention. and. his daughter's In the hour of and marked by Impressive slnipli-- 1 Tho United States has authorized their grief. Unknown to the world city. President Wilson stood with American embassies and legations carylng a load Mr. Wilson has been 1S3 Cb.iQ."eotla.5a.5. ... ijnrope to charter ships In which head bowed as tho final rites were of sorrow heavy enough without the raxmess" 'A'.uol with to bring home Americans, which rests performed. As he stood there burden of responsibility ' his daughters, Mr. Wilson made no That no Important engagement hns on the shoulders of tho chief of the FRIDAY, AUG. 14. conceal his grief. occurred between the French and greatest calm. effort to nation even in times of As with hushed voice tho preacher Germans Is Indicated by an oftlclnl He has known that his beloved wife presl- - announcement Issued by tho French might try his hand was dying of a disease which has read tho burial service, the Gov. McCreary dent's form was visibly shaken by Wur Department that up to Wed- long bailed the skill of science. But for the Presidency In 1916. his strong emotion and tears stream- - nesday afternoon there hnd been no aside from the fact that the first cd unchecked down his face. Others encounters between the respective will knowingly lady The farmer who of the land was suffering from a soft-- , forces except those of outposts. vote for his enemy for public office local injury, due to a fall, the, coun- of the party wept silently and ly. When President Wilson slowly Later, however, Paris reported is an object of pity. try had no Inkling of the president's returned to his carriage his eyes that the bombardment by tho besorrow until few hours those of one dazed, but his mans of the important town of Font- It was predicted that the Stanley secret wife passed away. The news support Mr. Beck- fore his step was firm nnd his face stern In tho department of men would not came with a shock and the nation is set. had commenced. ham, but they seem to be falling Ingrief. bowed with The Austrian Ambassador Is pre to line In this county. The White House, which has apLatest War News. paring for his Immediate departure John-eo- n . happy home since parently been a rrcncn auu uer,uu.. ruu,.. The majority for Hon. Ben ,from A London dispatch in the late primary was about the Wilson family moved in, Is now fncing eacn otner 10 me norm m says war btween Great Britain and mourning. Twice the na- Verdun. There have been numer7,G00. Kooks like Ben has come to a place of Austria is to be declared. stay, unless our man can ball him tion has rejoiced with the family at ous clashes of a minor nature probThe German army Is advancing Inpresident's ably preliminary to an extenslye enweddings. Two of the out. to the heart of Belgium. The forces daughters have hen married there gagement In the near future. which have been Investing Liege The primary election gives to the and gone forth with the iest wishThe respective positions of the hnve moved to the north nnd a new Republicans, for both nominees for es of 100,000,000 Americans, who Germans and Belgians before Liege army corps hns taken their place. term Senator, men had read avidly everything resource- apparently are unchanged. long and short Brussels reports that the French and who live In the city of Louisville. A ful and energetic correspondents German forces are making careforces arc concenwould not have had written about them from the ful reconnoissances In the district of British allied convention, at least, at various Important points of the engagements Hesbaye, which is believed to mean trated made that mistake. time the fact prepared to In Belgium nnd are was first surmised. The mother and that Germany will take the offencheck the German advance. Outside of Louisville, the Progres- the three girls early won the love sive north of Liege. Fom Berlin German successes are sive vote at the recent primary was and esteem of the American people. According to French reports the and bo scattering that It could hardly be They were so sensible, so natural Germans have been unsuccessful In announced at Muclhausen with the taking of many some whole counties and so good that they were held up their attempt to drive the French In counted. French prisoners, nnd the clearing less than a dozen Progressive votes as examples to the girls of America. from their position outside of German territory of the French, In the Senatorial race. Their simple method of life, their being polled Fighting continues around Tlrle- and their gentle ' The British War office Informa-lo- n The European war will be hard on domestic virtues mont and other Belgian towns and apealed to the people of Bureau says therels reason to bethe consumers In the United States, characters struggle for the possession of the n In the lieve that the German cruisers, without creating any more work. America and were rehearsed the Liege forts has recommenced. capitals of Europe. Mrs. Wilson posand Breslau, for which British The utter destruction of our cusThe British War Office informaan artist and French warships were waiting, toms revenue will also, no doubt, sessed no mean talent as tion bureau says the majority of the done some creditable work, have taken refuge In the Dardan- twenty-si- x necessitate some sort of special and had German army corps have recognized that elles. tax similar to the Spanish war tax but she had always been located and that the mass of Clashes between the Austriaiib to help pay the running expenses her real career was as wife and the German troops Is concentrated mother and It was as such that she and Russians so far have been of miLuxemburg. of the government. Liege I Ger-Bclgl- CA.S.r.r'L.SS'Vrs! FERTILIZERS Pure animal matter Fertilizer has al- .. j ways given good results in the production of j Wheat. r-- r ' , A liberal useof good Fertilizers most than doubles your yield - ; ''"'.:. 'I always more TEi-rHOIT- EC. ' i per acre. Successful wheat growing cannot be accomplished without the liberal use of good Fertilizer. , j Ger-wc- re Two generations of farmers in this ty have used successfully the coun- HORSE Meurthe-et-Mosell- e, SHOE BRAND of FINE RAW BONE and CORN and WHEAT GROWER. Our warehouse is loaded with these popularbrands. Drive your wagon in and supply your needs. e, Muel-hause- n. j E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. fc . Goe-be- ! We live In a momentous age. The boy or girl who studies history in the future will linger long around the year 1914. The map of the world may also furnish extra study for the student In the years to come, because of conditions which are likely to grow out of the present great conflict which has engulfed all Europe. Our new standard linotype Is a thing of beauty, and not withstanding The Republican force was unfamiliar with Its use, this Issue of the paper was gotten out without any extra help. It will hereafter add materially to the appearance of The Republican, besides enabling us to give our readers much more home set matter. We have received a great deal of .Javorable coment on our detrmlna-tlo- n to run a newspaper without being yoked or collared. So far, no one has dared tell us that It Is our duty to support a man for office whom we personally know to be untruthful and unworthy of confidence, simply because he wears a nomination tag. We would like to see the color of the man's hair who will take tsuch a stand. Will War I 'rove a Saver? It is plainly to exports that the administration is looking for the new theory that It Is support and really and truly a business-builaffair. President Wilson has expressed the view that a war In Europe will stimulate all kinds of American business. As the one nation not directly affected this country will be called upon to supply the warring European nations, not only with all kinds of munitions and food, but also with clothing and equipment for the armies. It Is not unlikely that- a general engagement in war by the great of-It- will be best remembered. Mr. Wilson's loneliness Is Increased by the loss of his two daughters by marriage. The White Hou&e will not be the same to him any more. While it will comfort him to reflect that the dear companion of his youth was spared to see her three daughters grow up Into fine young women and to see her husband chosen to the highest post of honor within the gift of man, he will vainly wish that he was back witli her and the three girls at Seagirt, leading a companionship with life of care-fre- e each other. The fact that the president has kept this sorrow to himself and has gone about his serioiu work without a murmur or a hint as to his domestic worry is striking evidence of his his devotion to the public weal and his fine sense of propriety and responsibility. self-restrai- s d commerce-encouragin- g The Loulslanu Revolt. The announcement that the Democrats in Louisiana are going over to the Progressives will doubtless surprise people who did not think It possible that the Democrats In the South would over change their spots. This, however, Is more a matter of busness than politics. When the Democratic Tariff policy Included not only a presont reduction of duty on sugar, but free sugar for two years hence, It struck Louisiana's great Industry a blow which It could hardly fall to resent. That resentment takes the form of desertion from the Democratic ranks. These Democrats go over to the Progressives instead of the Repub ways protected them only because they do not like the name Republican. As likely as not their defection will not bo for a long tine, but it will last throughout tho present administration, and It is improbable that Mr. Wilson can again expect the electorlal vote of Louisiana. As the Tariff hits some other parts of the country but little less severely than It hits Louisiana, there is plenty of ground for expecting a pretty general rebuke of the Demothis cratic party In the elections year. Philadelphia Telegraph. licanswhose legislation has al- - powers of Europe would give bushere a temporary and artificial stimulation. But tho argument that there could be any enduring benefits does not stand up long in the face of economic facts. For one thing, this country would be deprived of about everything In the form of investment capital, so that there could be neither Industrial growth nor railroad expansion. Its gold supply will be further raided. It will find higher Tariffs, created to produco revenue to meet war expenses, raised against its products, and there will be such curtailment of expenditures abroad that the demand for an) tiling but ies Fay Your Taxes. Tho echool tax for HartfoiU whito graded school district No. 1 (s now duo and tho penalty wp.J soon go on Bo ready Avhen I call on you. J.P. STEVENS, Hi. Collector- - For Sale. full stock Poland Cli'ina Threo Sow Pigs and one full stock male there. Pig. These pigs will be registered y again thf In purchasers' name If so desired. Belgium was scene of outpost fighting between They are out of registered sows and Belgians, French ' and Germans. sired by a registered boar. They are The German commander nt Liege as well bred as can be found in the denies the loss of 20,000 men In hn United States. See effort to. take the forts there. He W. S. DEAN, says they will be taken without the otf Dundee, Ky. loss of a man an soon as German heavy artillery arrives. He asserts Taxes Due For 1914. that "tho Belgian force Is numerWo have received the tax books and ically superior to ours." He Inti- are now reuHy to g'e you a rocolpt. mates that the assaults were stop- Plcabo call at this office at your earped by the Emperor's orders to nest convenience and sottlo. avoid needless sacrifice of life. S- - O. KEOWN, On the subject of Liege, the 52tC. Sheriff Olilo Co. French Foreign Minister declares Tobacco Show at State Fair. all the surrounding forts Intact and The prospects of holding a splenthat only a small force of Germans entered the town itself under cover did Tobacco Show at the Kentucky of darkness, It had been pointed out State Fair were never better. Those previously that the defect of the In charge of this Department have Liege forts was the Inability to see been encouraged by reason of the one fort from the next, although the fact that quite a lot of tobacco has been topped during the 'past ten fire of their guns crosses. A Brussels dispatch says the bulk days. This should give it plenty of of tho German army is leaving Liege time to thoroughly mature and be and advancing toward the French ready for exhibit by the 14th of Sepfrontier through the heart of Bel- tember. The exhibit of old tobacco has always ben a good one but the gium. The French Foreign Minister de- new exhibit has always been defiscribed the French position In Al- cient in quantity. There 'Is nothing sace as good, as the troops occupy that will advertise your State and tho crests and passes of the Vosges county more than a good tohacco show, and the Suprlntendent of the Mountains. Military experts studying the po- Tobacco "Department of the State sitions of the opposing armies may, .Fair, Mr. Evan S. "Rees, of Springit Is pointed out, possibly have been field, Ky., stands ready at all times confusd ns to the German entrench- to advise with the farmers of the ments said to have been erected on State relative to making entry and the River Alsne, which they con- exhibit. The premium list is as follows: clude to be the river of that name Hurley (Crop 101.1.) well inside the French border. There $20 $10 $5 is also a small stream called the Red Lear S 20 10 Alsne running into tho Ourthe at Bright Leaf 5 Bomal, below Liege, and this may Cigarette Wrapper.... 20 10 5 20 10 be tho one mentioned, as it would Bright Trash form an extension of the defen- - Best four samples from thus nor Importance. A Shanghai dispatch says 43,000 Japanese soldiers have embarked on transports and are awaiting orders. A Copenhagen dispatch announces that Russian mobilization will be complete on August 21. have Several Austrian warships Joined the British squadron In East Asiatic waters. Recruiting goes on in London for over-sea- s service. The Cunard Liner Lusltanla, In her dash across the Atlantic, has reached the Mersey In safety. A Dutch dispatch says a terrific cannonade was heard this morning from the direction of Tongres, north of Liege. It was reported ypsierdi-that t.vo dUlsIons of German cavalry, with artillery, had arrived and between to keep the In their endeavor steamship routes clear on the Atlantic the British Amlralty and the Gvernment have sent out French NEW INSURANCE AGENCY cruisers and armed merchant vessels to search for German craft. The Russians are mining Vladivostok harbor. The combined Montenegrin and Servian invasion of Bosnia has begun under the Servian general, Jankovltch, who was commander of the Servian army corps at Prlsrcnd In the Balkan war. Prince George of Servia Is reported to have h X I have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording Acencies 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, These are all old line Insurance Companies arid I will be pleased to hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, been wounded while E. E. BIRKHEAD, - Hartford, Ky. watching the Austrian ment of Belgrade. bombard- nmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 1! S PAUL. WOODWARD HARTFORD, KY. Dealer In Light Building Materials. Can save jou money on Cement, Flustering, Roofing and In fact, over) tiling which goes into a modern building. Hi:K HIM ltKIOKK MAKING YOUR PLANS. H S General Contractor and Builder H B a single crop, embrac- ing Red Leaf, Bright Leaf, Cigarette Wrap5 per and Trash Hurley (Crop 1014.) $10 $5 $2.60 Red Leaf 10 B ,2.50 Bright Leaf It Takes a Big Load ...... Cigarette Wrapper . . 10 10 Bright Trash' Best four samples from a single crop, embracBright ing Red Leaf, Leaf, Cigarette Wrap2.50 per and Trash Dark (Crop 1013.) $15 Austrian Leaf 15 Black Wrapper 5 6 2.50 2.50 .... KfiaHfljtf HhV Long or African Leaf.. Italian Leaf Green River Leaf. Best four samples, each .... $10 $5 10 5 15 10 5 Of our feed and grain to supply our 15 10 6 many satisfied customers. Do you 15 10 5 sample representing dif5 ferent type Dark (Crop 1014.) $10 $5 $2.50 buy your supplies where so many Austrian Leaf 10 D 2.50 Clack Wrapper others are well treated. Commence Long or African Leaf. 10 5 2.50 today with a trial order. You'll re--, . 10 6 2.50 French Leaf 5 2.50 peat it all right. . 10 Italian Leaf Best four samples, each sample representing dif5 ferent type The Produce Merchant Yours very truly, think they would keep on getting their supplies here unless my feed, grain and prices were satisfactory? Th'en why don't yott Of course nqt. ...... ........ W. E. ELLIS KENTUCKY STATE FAIR. HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY mi'iniii-n- n i " " " mryhr- - i ! Now Arriving r Our advance styles in new Fall Dress Goods, Silks, Wash Fabrics, Wool Challies, Percales, now being received. Ging- .houRe and tho cucsts wandered thereto In hopes of hearing tho mysteries 'of their future laid lmrc. Refreshments were served at eleven, Mr. JohirT. More has accepted tho . position for of Secretary-Treasurthe firm of Bond Bros & Co., nt Ellzabethtown, and will movo there with his family about Sept. 1. Tho people of Hartford regret to lose Mr. Monro and his estimable family, but they have tho good wishes of all In their new home.and console tliem- selves with tho thought that very few people have ever been able to stay away from Hartford, permanently, when onco thoroughly nccll- mutcrij I er I ' I I j . MEXICO CITY JSJVACUATED Federals Attempt to Dictate Terms Outside the City-Car- ba- WE GUARANTEE OUR SHOES AND Mol ' lipS I 1 I jal to Leave. Washington, Aug. 11. Peaceful Cnrbajal transfer of tho reins of government at Mexico City from tho hams and White Goods are We are showing the latest Km administration to the Constitutionalists actually began today, accord- 1 ing to oflclal ndvlces to tho state de 1 partment, H The Federal troops evacuated the .More Taxes, There can bo no doubt that the capital, leaving the city in charge European war will have a blight of the municipal police, who, by ing efect upon tho revenues of the agreement, will bo regarded as neuI'nltcd States. Outside of tho Postal tral. The Federals withdrew from i flfeSHK JBHttV,' ' ' vwat famtA ' r J'ff-- I 1 , ffi fc nearly one half of the Treasury's an receipts. Willi our foreign commerce Interrupted, tariff taxes must be made for funds. High tnxers wo have always with us, and they aro busier y than the machine guns of Belgium and Germany. To meet the situation they proposo new and burdcusomo levies upon tea and coffee and the vexations uso of stamps. Becauso a disarrangement of trade that probably will be only temporary has arisen, they are eager to fasten upon a people nt peace burdens which never have been thought of except as measures of war. In the nature of things, tho existing difficulties cannot last. Either Great Britain and Franco com bined will clear the seas and open up trade, or Germany will do so. One or the other of these mighty forces must soon gain tho mastery, and In either event a way will bo found to restore the ocean channels commerce. The very to American necessities of a continent In arms will give a wonderful Impetus to our exports and in due season enrich us with imports greater than ever before. Our revenue shortage Is for the moment only. It Is an Inconvenience, but it ought not to be made a calamity. The Treasury should be supplied by bond sales, which will take care of themselves. Taxes needlessly Imposed at this time will last for years after tho shortage now forscen shall have passed away, and they will beget extravagance, speculation and to-da- Service tho custom houses provide Plaids in Woolen, Roman Stripe and Plaid Silk, the plain soft Taffetas, etc. Complete line of fancy Dress trimmings to match. If in need, USE US. McCall Patterns carried in stock. Courteous sales dibliL your selections. Don iaUiCi 10 yuu 111 t for- - - McCall Patterns Cioi, Cape Coat Cog i, Skirt rnce, i5 cents each " tho city to a nearby point to await amnesty announcement by Should the guarantcs be refused, officials herd do not think that a counter revolution immediately will bo set in motion. The Brazilian minister to Mexico who Is caring for thcUnltcd States' Interests and Governor Iturbldc, of tho Mexican Federal district, and a commission of others, left today for Tula, the North Mexico city, where General Obregon, commander of the three big divisions of the Constitutionalist army, has headquarters. The commission Is endeavoring to arrange details of a peaceful entry of the Constitutionalist forces. It is Presiunderstood that Provisional dent Carbajal Is expected to leave tho capital for Vera Cruz within the next twenty-fou- r hours. Car-rauz- a. I NOT ONLY DO THE MAKERS STAND BEHIND EVERY PAIR OF SHOES AND HOSI WE SELL. BUT WE STAND BEHIND THEAt TOO! AND MAKE GOOD ON EVERY PAN! WE SELL. LET US SELL YOU SHOES AND HOSE FOR ALL THE FAMILY FOR JUST ONE SEASON AND YOU'LL NEVER AFTER THAT GO ANYWHERE ELSE FOR SHOES AND HOSE. get these advantages, and remember that Summer Coughs Are Dangerous. Summer coughs are dangerous-- They Indicate low vitality and often lea'd to serious Threat and Lung Troubles, Consumpt.on. Dr. King's New Discovery will rellove the cough oi cold promply and preven complicaions and It Is soothing and anteseptic makes you feel betAer at once. To get a bottlo at delay Is dangerous once. Money back if not satisfied- 50030c. and ?1.00 bottles at your DrugKM. , , Hidden Virtues. on Apropos of tho discussion George W. Perkins and the Harvester Trust, Representative Qulnn It Pays To Trade With ' a House l l Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, AUG. 14. J6q That Saves You Money. dally except Sunday: CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. said: "If George his trust M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. L. & N. ttuio card effective Monday Aug. 21bL No. 112 North Ilound, due 7:19 a, m. No. 114 North Bound due 2:20 p. m. dally except Sunday. South Dound due 8:45 a. m. dally except Sunday. No. 113 South Dound duo 1:16 p. in. dally except Sunday. H. K. MISCHKE, Agt. No. 115 Miss lono Hedrlck Is tho guest of friends In Llvermore. Miss Nancy Ford has returned from n visit to Fordsvillc. Miss Lucilo Taylor, Heaver Dam, Is visiting relatives hero this week. Miss Ella' Herring, "or Central City, Is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. E.' Kills. Mr. Alex Cason, Hartford route 7, paid us a call while hero Wednesday. Fight the illes'and mosquitoes hy 'getting your Screen Wire Cloth at S. L. King's. Mrs. Will Ulley, who was 111 several days, is ahlo to be baok with Carson & Co. Itev. Cecil Stevens, Louisville, is attending the Baptist Association at . . Walton's Creek. Miss Dentle Phipps returned home Monday after an extended visit with ,T relatives in Nashville. Miss Mary Austin Carson returned home Monday from a visit to friends' at 8unnydale. Mr. and MrsTEdgar Ho'uso, of Dallas, Texas, are the guests of Capt. and Mrs. S. K. Cox. " Messrs. John J. and Lem McHenry Louisville, visited their mother, Mrs. Jennie., McHenry, Monday. ..Mr. Virgil Elgin and family are ,y(sltlng his parents Rev. and Mrs. Virgil Elgin, Hopklnsvllle. See Mr. Paul Woodward's ad in this issue and call on him before your building. X contracting AttornojTM. L. Heavrin, who was on the sick list several days this v.:k, is able to bo out again. . Mr. and Mrs! C. P'. Smith, of y and I Guthrie, ,Ky., will arrive Mlschke. visit Mr. and Mrs. H. E. to-da- is scarcely seen on this poor earth of ours. The trust, like old Wash White Constipation Causes Sick- undoubtedly has hidden virtues. Misses Georgia Campbell, Bowling ness. "Old Washington Whiteand young boards, qualify newly elected trus-teGreen, and Clydo Houlton, Greencas-tle- , yourself to become Don't permit WAR TAX IN li. S. and transact such other busiare the guests of tho MI uses constipated, as your eysteni immed- Calhquu Clay entered, you know, .a ness as may come before the body. iately .begins to absorb poison poison, dancing competition. But age was Napier. WILL BE ASSESSED All trustees In the county are ure backedup waste matter- Use against Wash, and his boots, a pair Misses "Leifir""uieitii and Winnio from of cowhides six or seven sizes too gently requested to be present at Slmnicrnian were the guests of Miss Dr. King's Now Life PiL's and keep large, were against him, too. The the meeting in their division. Ella McKenney at Beaver Dam, tho well. There Is no hotter safeguard prize was awarded to the younger Democrats Say Falling Off In Division 1, Barnett's Creek church - against illness. Jus ake one dose to week. first of the man. night. 25c- a. your Druggist. Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2 p. m. Capt. J.A7CIork, of Owensboro, " Misto Empire,' Import Duties Makes It 2, Division ThursFordsvllle Faithful DjIhk Dor. who Is visiting his son, W. A. Uncle Wash growled, 'whaffor yo' day, Aug. 20, 9 a. m. Greely, Col. Aug. 12. Dragging gl.te.-dSunnydale, called to sco Clark at Necessary. prize too him?" Division 3, Dundee Friday, Aug. himself into the house with a note us while In town Tuesday. "' 'Kase he done mo' beats 'n yo' 21, 9 a. m. for his mistress, Mrs. John F. Red- done.' Splendid rains have fallen In all Division 4, Mt. Pleasant school-houWashington, Aug. 12. Adminisparts of tho county this week, which man, Col. Bunch, a thoroughbred " 'Go long, man,' said Uncle Monday, Aug. 24, 2 p. m. St. Charles spaniel, looned pitifully Wash, I done a will do lato corn a great deal of lot o' steps in dese tration leaders have concluded that Division- (5, Centertowa Wednesup into her face, sank Into a heap on yere big good, and bring on fall pastures. boots what yo' never see.' " additional revenue legislation even- day, Aug. 26, 2 p. m. floor and died from poison that tually will be needed to fill tho gap New York Tribune. daughters, the Mrs. T." OZNA SHULTS, S. S. O. C. had been fed to him In some mysIn the Government coffers caused who have been tho guests of Judgo Tho Prevention of Hydrophobia. note was from terious manner. The by loss of revenue on Imports cut Notice. J. E. Foglo for several weeks, have Mr. Redman, clerk of the county A recent examination of dogs' returned to their homo in Brazil, court, and the message related to heads from widely separated sec- off by tho European xvar. Majority M. B. Barnard, et al, Leader Underwood, of the House, Ind. Vs. Order. tions of tho State shows an alarm- said Tuesday ho would confer with homo affairs. NashDr. ing prevalence of hydrophobia. Un- Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo Public Levee or Dyke. Col. Bunch was taught to carry The viewers having filed their ville, wero tho guests of friends and notes In his collar when he was a der tho authority conferred upon It when tho latter returns to Washing- relatives In town several days this puppy, and all that was necessary by law, the State Board of Health ton Thursday, concerning plans and final .report herein, which report was . . , it week. Mrs, King was formerly Miss for either his master or mistress to hereby requests and directs all perthe amounts necessary to bo raised. Court, and accepted, and It Is I furth- Katie Thomas. sons owning valuable dogs to keep do to get a note delivered was to , , The ways and Means Committee,' ,. . WlU Wo have been at an Immense ex- slip It under his collar and tell him them upon their own premises or to which has charge of all revenue W V UU4VU mm UIICWIV have them carefully muzzled, and legislation, already has called upon Court, that Sept. tut, 1014, be and pense la Installing a now Model 5 to go. Col. Bunch never disappointed his sheriffs, chief of police, constables tho Treasury Department for a de- same is fixed as tho dat for' final standard linotype machine and must ask our subscribers, who are in ar- owners, and when ho was given and the people generally are hereby tailed statement of the condition of hearing on said report, and the Clerk rears, to help us out by paying up what was his final message to de- requested and directed to destroy, as the Treasury and the situation as to of this Court Is directed to have noin full. liver took more than an hour to painlessly as possible, all unmuzzled reduced Import taxes. It was esti- tice of said hearing published In one issue of a paper ot general circulatraVerse the seven blocks from tho dogs running at large with a view mated The young men returned tho dance that legislation would prevention of hydrophobia. bo framed which xvould contemplate tion in Ohio county, and written or to the given by Misses Holbrook and Felix court house to the Redman home. printed notices ot sam posted, one Failure to observe this request is a "war tax" of approximately Monday night and quite an enjoy at the Court House door ia Hartford, Some Freak Fowls. punishable by fine before any magisWhile no definite plans Ky., able time was had by all present and one in each of fire conMuhlenberg county boa some freak trate. Several .from Beaver Dam and Tayhave been determined it is expected spicuous places in said district, for Through arrangements with the Messrs fowls of remote and roceift birth lor Mines wero present. tax will take the shape of a two that the weeks or more before the said United States Public Health Service, stamp impost on malt and spirituchallenges any other Murray Daniel and M. Bean furnish- which she , county to boat. The specimens are the State Board of Health Is enabled ous liquors, although an increased Sept. 1st, 1914. ed the music. Copy - Attest. on hand to back up Muhlenberg coun- to give the Pasteur treatment at the import on tea and coffee may be A new dry goods house will open W. C. BLANKENSHIP, . ty's claim and if necessary, tihoee Bacteriological Laboratory, Bowling considered. in the Carson Bros, store room on ' Clerk Ohio Co. Court. which aro still living wlU swear to Green, Ky without expense, to in In order that revenuo legislation street, next to Bank of South Main own birth and lineage. dividuals who have been bitten by Hartford, on Sept. 1st. The new their D. Hock, of Drakeshoro, has a rabid dogs or other animals. Dogs' might have the right of way when J. ever it becomes necessary the House Clothhouse will bo called The Hub gander which was 'bora in 1861 an'd heads suspected of being mad should Tuesday FOR FLETCHER'S wrote into a special rule ing Store and will be, under the is stiP up and about his. regular rou- be sent to the Laboratory, by express giving conservation legislation precmanagement of the veteran clothing tine of business- The gander had u prepaid, and the result of the exami- edence, a clause exempting revenue man and prince of good fellows, A. hole punched through his foot many nation will bo telephoned or tele- legislation. The Republicans in the Road Engineers, Examination. R. Carson, years ago so there no chance of graphed. House have notified Mr. Underwood of Public The Conunlesjcner Mr. Clareuce Tinsley met with a mistaken Identity. Thin gander .has This Board takes this occasion to to painful accident while cutting ties on for a playmate a goose which was Inform the people of Kentucky that that while they reserve tho right of- Roads will hold e.n examination for any revenue legislation anllctint for tho rositian at Coun tho Fogle laud below town last Sat- born Jn 1884. Many of Mr. Heck's mad stones are useless if one is real- criticise urday, 'Alt axe glanced and cut a nalglilbors know that his fowls are ly bitten by an Infected animal. tered they will not resort to obstruc- ty Road Engineer aft the following tlve tactics to prevent Its passage in times and places: deep gash in the instep of his right 'as old ae la olaJmod. Their use gives a false sense of sePaducab, August 18. MrR. iW. Shegog has a chicken curity and their use is forbidden by an emergency. small arteries were severfoot. Some i Hondenson, August 19. . ed and he bled profusely before he which is not a chicken, 'because it law. Bowling Green, August 18. Notice Ice Users. hi half guinea. The combination la could secure medical attention. Dr. Given under our hands and the Elizabothtown, August 19. My bills must bo paid at tho pnd Ford dresedthe wound and he is a'atrange one, ankl the product looks seal of the State Board ot Health, Louisvjllo, August 20- 2 of each month or I cannot "furnish the Hart. iMr- Shegog enjoys showdoing well. this August 11, 1914. Covington, August 19." ' you with Ice. This notice wljl bo tho ing his to his friends. Miss Mariatu Holbrook entertaln-e- d J. G. SOUTH, Pres, Frankfort, Au.iut 21. last. There was recently born Jn the hen a large number of frleudB Fri- house of Mr. W. II. Clarke, a chick A. T. McCORMACK, Sec. Richmond, August 19. HOOKER WILLIAMS4t2. day evening in honor of her guests. en which had Citizens will save 'the officers ot Somereot, August r four perfectly formed Notice To Trustees. Tho evening was spent on the lawn ess- Ibis .uripklty did i ot Hve, but Ohio county much trouble by comAugust 20. I I I will meet the trustees of tho which was tastefully arranged with was preserved In alcohol. It is aboue plying with Fulutsvllle, Aui;urt 21. the above order to Japanese lanterns and other effects. thevflrst .quadruped ever known London August 20. either muzzle or keep their dogs different divisions ot the county at In accord with the wlerdcjefce was hotohed out' of an ordinary egg.Jackson, August 18. the following places on dates menconfined. ' S. O. KEOWN, Sheriff. tioned to reorganize the division a fortune teller seated 'in ?a?suinmer Central Olty Argus. l;yiUbel!sY.lle, AujjiiiBt 20'j 'Look-a-yere; se - error. W. is to be believed, is of a goodness such as Hartford, Kentucky. s, " I . ... A U y .$100,-000,00- 0. . Children Cry - CASTORiA - t:s, - - gulna-chtcke- n - - o-o- - - J, wMwmfflB Wt" - Mn)tMNMMMMf S55535wB555J?7asiwii 'mh iw!r5r NO EASY TASK TO there vcro 22 only 37 districts tn tho wa -- Democrats to 15 Itcptth-Lcan- s. There had boon Uojmlillcun OUTWIT WOLVES Uccpos In 1010 ,but Doniosratte leaders 'fenr that unless tficrc Ts a decided Ijmpravomwit the Republican cams Strategy Must Ec Used To Over- - jwll yle d a proportion ctiruij nt cast l that which existed before the C--1 come Their Instinct And Lure 0. !' bosa to ''it tho toboggan In Sate, n.id tuen the de'cgai'on d.vided, BRAVING AERIAL ICINESS. JjTTTrjjg Directory professional Ollo County Circuit Court T. F. Illrkhoaal, . Judge; Den D. Rlngo, Attorney; Law Attorney P. Mldklff, Jailer; E. O. Unrrass, Clerlt; E. 13. lllrkhead, Master ComHARTFORD, KY. missioner: R. T. Collins. Trustee t Jury Fund: S. O. Keown, Sherlfi, Will practice his profoNjlon la this Deputies S. A. ilratcher; and adjoining countUw. Coimnereltd Hartford. office deputies Mrs. S. O. Keotwi and and Crlmltuil Practice ft Specialty. Glhnore Keown. Court convenes flrtt Monday In February and continues! three weeks; third .Monday In April, two weeks; third .Mondu) In October, j I two weeks. Law County Court John u. wnson, Judge; W. V. lUunkenshlp, Clerk; HARTFORD, KY. 13. C. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday In each Mtfsona. W. 11. Harms nnd C. B. mouth. Quarterly Court IIckIiis on the StulLli annouuw UiM they ltavo form-i- t parUiorithlji for tite emeral pno-Uc- o first .Motuiny In every mouth. first Court of Calms Convene cnlinliwl and dlvor if htw, exc-tpTuesday In Jniniar and first Tttes-- 1 casos, Mr. Smitli b'.dug County Attor-n-- y dn in October. Is prevented from praeti!elissuch Other County Officer- s- C. S. Mo- loy, Sun oj or, I'oiUsvllle, Ky., H. Jlr. Darius will litdlvldually IF. I). No. --'; Tom lllnes. Assessor, accejit fiuch iiRictloi. In Offlnia Olaton, Ky.; Oitia Shults, Superin- Hartford Repiibllciun building, Harttendent, Hartford; Dr. A. II. ltiley, Coroner, Hartford; T. II. Denton, ford, K- llotid Engineer, Hart lord. ttf! Them Into writes Traps. II. Mortimer Bat-- . jnuuitea condl-th- o ten hi the WaIo World Masaziiic, are , Dilt.sWjun most difficult of all twininls to ogl -- f :,V1IS nr0 J( gU trap, nnd t ;a usual y iby working g u)1 ag fJlo renttu!lB for UlS. curiosity upon tliar uncoatndhiWe cMmtt Tho nmnocmtic tariff has Wlj j,ro,.6ti f0r tJxtt thoy are most oasiy llecolvcd. f ( tQ dQ wh, set" la one of tll0.it",,j The "eamp-f.Ttl0 voters fire inclined to feel best. Wfcen a wan makes camp f f, t a BJ,d bnck jia3 i,--, leaded to the fores.: tho wolvca, If these are . any near, arc mire to note lis where- they! When he has Jrot up 13 iuvesticntc the Bround,ad! Tho Case of L. L. Cantolou. c Tlie case cf L.- - h. Cante.ou, Clar-hwith duo cau.on pick uji any scraps may have left Jyiing about. Tho endon, Texas, la pltnular to that of ,v,,n-- r at." s made ,by hollow-- ! many othorra who have used OnamDiarrhoea 1ns out an oblons hole In tho ground bsriaVs Co.'iC, Cholera end trying a Just largo enough U take tho trap, j Remedy. Ho says, "After remaps flive Inches deep. (Cover doctor for several monuis, nun uauib and my tho trap with a shea of brown paper, d.;fcreu klntids of nicdil'cinu for " w.fc who had bcsnraubledwlhsavero over Ui.s. mi we nuiu mi and months earth. Then JgUt a lire on uic wi. bowel complaint for isevew and J.'ito tlie fire, as it burns Ibought a I'Js. boU'o of Chamberlain's of ft cf raw meat. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. low, throw a Shou'd a woU come along to Inves- After us ng tho second bolt o she a Per sale by AH tigate tlie place, he is sure to scent entire'y cured-cooked '111021, and will start Dealers. the scratching la lh0 ns'ies for it, thus, of course, springing the trap-Onof tho grcatiut 'difficulties in FOR FLETCHER'S wolf itxapping Is tohl ilo tile tell title I of eccnts po keen Is their eensu be smell. The traps must nevtr Rockport Fair. handled with the naked fingers. O'.d gloves, isaaked in o.l or fat, ar usAUGUST IS to 22, 1914. . ; the ed, and " is bc&t to smoke When the big Rockport fair opens trap over a "smuilge" fire (before jta gate-- on August 18th for a 'five setting It, nnd . on cnc'.ose it in n d?y. Exhibition, it will be on a nature bag. beauty spot, and on one of the best to equipped fair grounds to be found In Tihe old .wolvers often used out on their round dragg'ng a all the country around about. For Start piece of carrion behind tbeir horse or many years the attendance has been cart by nieana of a long rope, thus iMcreaslng this year it will be largeleaving a trail, upon which they Bet ly. "Increased. their traps at regular inervals- - At To visit the Roclwrt fair Is to niglit time the wolves took the (rail have an enjoyable tf'nie. The grounds up and whichever way tiiey followed are park-Jlk- e and beautiful. Fine it, they were sure to encounter one grove of natural forest trees, with a or more traps. fountain of clear, cool and running Wolvca p- - more easily Uone away water in the center. This Jarge foun- with by the use of strychnine than tnln. Is snrrniinilp! (Wl'.h small Sanl- tbey are by trapping. A trail of baits .irlnklne fountains, while In tho ie laid 'the central bait containing tncr0 are fiah pn1 minature a 'steamboats making an animated poison. Into this bait is stuck " seen. JIany hydrants from the city Wack feaher to warn pasifsrsay danger water works are within the park-Alskeej) their dogs out of the zone, and incidentally to attract the two Ueep wells which furnish notice of w'f. Having picked up clear, coo' water. operates large Byeral of the Ualts, he has now lost The company suspicion, and gulps down his. Hose sprinkling vugotis, and there is no drjit, nil tho streeto of Roclcport are cf pc'fioa wheh kills him almost oMtd. Concrete walks extend from m.m all the city to the two gates. Many The Twenty Year Test. benches and forty large lawn swings "Some twenty years ago I used are placed throughout the grounds. and The amphitheatre is Jarge, comfortOhaniberiaiii's Colic, Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy ," writes Geo- - W. able and sare- - In caso of rain it 'does Brock, pub'isher of tlie Enterprise, not leak. There Is a long ntring bt Aberdeen, Md. "I di!scovcred that It c.rcus seats or bleachers In the Shade. for Tlie Midway will be attractive wilth was a quick and safe cure diarrhoea. Since thou no one can carry-us-a- ll animals and other shows, se-- l me anyhting else said to be 'juyst and a1' tho amusing attractions that I we gccU.' During al.1 tlicee years B like o see. TheMidway Is alwajB have usedd it and recouiendedd It f:lll with a laughing, happy crowd many times, and it has never disap- which i? a very pleasing sight. All pointed anyone-- " For sa'.e by TC'.e .Ilockpr.rt faili." Is lioted for l'ts .p.jjjers. '.Throe e.xce'lent ami excUiug races- hundred dollars has been added to Republican Prospects Brighter in tno speed rInr-3- There are sixteen races. Six barney races of three New York. hundred dollars each, pacing and runThe Sun's canvass of the CaiigTcs-pJon- ning races. Tlie horso show is aldisrticts tn Now V,rlt State ways good. Tihero are no empty cli.ar.,v the o taojic coud tious spaces in the Floral Hall. Tho fruit Democratic party there. It and agricultural Departments are Jn th'3 demonstrate, ti.iat New York State flue. Expert judges In all depart leaders have not len far wrong when ments. they have warned the President :,iilh-l- n Tjio well know Kentucky Third the labt few Ujys that ho is facing Iteglnient .Military Uaud, under the the likelihood of a sweeping turnover leadership or Prof- - Wil'inm DanitJs in tho New York Congress delegation- - of Owensboro will furnish the music. The rnvsl'deiit, 'lias been tqlfl that a There will bo. other niU3ic. carefu' atudy of tjio pltuatlon by Siis Tlie r.ew scIkUu'c 011 U'o Southern friends iiidicUtes hat he Is tn danpor Itailroad will give train so-iithat Democratic of Joshi" twenty-on- ff is very pleasing. It Is expected that Jn Now York State, awdthat crowds wjll come on the Southern. unlesa herojc measures are adopted Opata will leave Owensboro overy at onco'ivlnc or ton of tho present Hour for tho Rockport fair- - The elDemocratic Representatives Jn Con- ectric cars stop at tho gate. gress from New York will decline to There .will be a great many frea run again, knowing that defeat Mill attractions on the stage in front of be certain that their efforts will bo the grand sand. The home conning .money wasted. of the former citizens is ono of the Tho canvass Indicates that only ten most pleasant features of the fair. district oeem certain to return Dem-cratIt is a dol'ar show for thirty-fiv- e Representatives. cents. Children fifteen cents- No ex(show tra charges for seats In the grand Tho Sun's representatives that twelvo Ulstricts, all now ropro-eente- staiM. Surely tlie greatest. Certainly by Democrats, are doubtful the best. Come join in tlie frolic. and tbo President has been advised C- - M. PARTRIDGE, Secretary, that unless there is u U eel do J change T. C. BASYE, President. In the Now York State Bjtuatlon Borne of these will Bwng Into tho Itopub-JJca- n Infection and Insect Bites Dangerous. column. The roiwrt of The Sun's corresiond-e- n Mosquitoes, files and othor insects, Indicates tlia.' tho Republicans which ibroed quickly in garbage ails, $eem certain of 21 Now York Ulstrtots, IKnds of stagnant water, barns.uius-t- y or a gain of 10 seatsThe Repubplaces, etc., are carriers of disease. licans now have only 11 seats in tbo .Every itfmo they (bltoyou, they Jnject JfjBW Tlie canvass poison Into your system from which York (delegation. jnakce it appear that all pf the up-$- tt some dread disease may result. districts which fojd fr'om the Gut a bottle of Sloan's Lrnaniout. it Republican o the Democratic column is antiseptic and a few drops will eu Jn 1912 will return and that pthors traljze itho infection Caused by inwill follow suit. sect 'bites or rusty nails. S fan'sLinl-moJCow York now has 43 Roprescnta-4v- s disinfects Cutfj, Bru!sa aijd in Congre&3, 31 of whom are Sores. You cannot afford to bo withDemocrats, 11 Republicans and 1 Pro-riv- e. out it in your home- - (Money iback if n Before ,bo 1913 vloction' satisfied. Only 25c. a your Druggist. reports brought to Wnshlug- ton many causes aro clven for the s, 'd,sjs.a- - that $ threatening the York, XoW Cjugrwsnu cf 1S10. la Alio Dein-Wo'.w- .rt, j C s Children Cry CASTO RA pa-.u- er Easier For the Balloonist Than For the Man In an Aeroplane. I am often ntknl why the ncroplune, which lihs reached nt Its very Iiljjlii'xt n little over 1S.O0O feet, brings back Its nvlnlor even from it much lower point. often nlnuwt cxlmunttrtl with cold, when the Imllooul-- lloatlng for lnur at a height of over four miles U nir overcome by low temprrntute tuv' hardly lnconvonlenced. Tlie niiswer N flmpli'. Tlie nvlntw rushes upwntd from the earth, euttltiir his way In nsoeiidlng splraH ever nKnlnst tin wind nf bis own swift (light and tin t lilnst of his propeller. Tie Is the epitome of action. Ho Is t ninn's .supreme dollance of nature's Tlie nervous Htialn W j precedents. fometlilus fearful as the machine ' claws tip the side of nothlnjiness to ward 11 mark In the heavens. Invisible yet all compelllm:. tlie mark another man Ins set the altitude record. Out of slcht of the waltliiR crowds, no lonper oven a tint In the sky, he may I meet opposing air currents, blinding cloud banks that inutile hint so flint he the tips of his own whips, cannot lie may be forced to buck ugnlnrt adverse conditions so that he keeps, circling round and round with the barograph lnshei to the side of the machine scarcely moving, and then lie thinks nbottt the last man's murk and sets bis teeth and sets the mark higher In the heavens. lie may come back so stiff wltlrcohl that he cannot stir from the seat, but a good deal of It will be due to the Intense nervous strain, for no one so audaciously affronts gravitation and gets away with It entirely unscathed. Meanwhile the balloonist has been "wafted to the skies," If not "on flowery beds of ease." nt least on an air. mattres, with a gas bag going up In docile agreement with laws governing the Tho carburetor expansion of gas. freezes at a lower temperature than the balloonlst's water bottles, because vaporizing liquid in Itself produces a r I I HOTEL Otto C. Martin x at m POWMTAK .WASHINGTON, D.C. iELOFAMERICANl In a city where good hottli abound, the Powhitia htads the countrymen. t Barnes & Attorneys at Smith It U first la tlie hear of Its t cds. The TowLitan lent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, I8lh and 11 btrcetf, makes it a desirable lieadnuar-let- s (or bridal couple, tourist parties, conventions, Schools ami , collcccs. The Ponhatan attracts the people ol culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Navv Departments, also to many points ol historical interest, makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating public. The Powhatan oilers rooms with detached bath at S1.S0, $2.00 and up. Rocms with private bath, $2.50, $3.00 and up. 'Write for booklet uith map, CLIFFORD M. LEVIS, Manager. anifutful. 11 refined, Its excel- J L STICKS' CO I UTS. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday after ad Holiday In March, Tuesday after ud .Monday in June, Tuesday after 3d .Monday In September, Tuesday after Stl Monday in December. 1.. A. McDanlcl, Rockport, Friday after :id Monday in .March, Friday lifter od Monday in June, Friday after 3d Monday In September, Friday after 3d .Monday in December. S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday 13d, ARTHUR D. KIRK Attorney at Law KY. HEAVKrN M. L. HARTFORD, ASSOCIATED WITH cold. Lju o Rut I have had water bottles freeze In a balloon often enough, and the temperature has boon around zero. The ballast freezes, and. Instead of sending It over the side from the scoop In a fine cloud, you have to break up 'he stony mass with a hammer lest n chunk fall on somelKXly'u bond Itelow. One day when we were shivering In the thickest of ulsters and drinking hot soup with a relish, we could have looked over the edge of tlc basket and seen the farmers in Iowa having sunts. If we strokes In the bayfields-th- at had recognized either sunstrokes or farmers, for nt that height a man who Is always hiding under his ha- tlooks like n period on this page. Augustus Post In American Magazine. Told of Mrs. Huxlsy. Mrs. Huxley the London Times recalls that In the "Mfe of Huxley" It i told how. before-thcimarriage. Huxley took his wife, who f In a memoir of r' -- was very III, to one of the most famous doctors of the day, as If merely a patient he was Interested In. Then, ns one member of the profession to onother, he asked him privately his opinion of the case. "I give her six months to live." said Aesculapius. "Well, six months or net." replied Huxley, "she Is going to Re my wjfe, nuxley died in 1803 and his wife In -- 1914. . al The Busy Man. Peals of laughter came from the fhadFSobLmfeLiLqtoL pains president's room as the sect eta ry stephemorrhaSes' weak ped out. lungs or "Mr. 'Green Is too busy to see you at present." said the secretary po- UHIU MtUIUAL UU. Rumbus 0. litely. "I'm sorry," said the man who call!! irrSBBBmtTIYa i ed on business. "Will you go back Mr. Green that I've got two and tell stories Just as good as the one he's heard If he'll let me in to tell them?" Detroit Tree Press. nesday after 3d Monday In June, Wolnesdny after 3d Moifday In Sep m H'llHH :TiWY. tember, Wednesday after 3d Mou- day in December. K2H1 H. C. TlehtAior, Centcrtown, Saturday after 3rd Monday in each HAVE YOl'H SUITS month. Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday after I'd Monday In March, TueaJay after I'd Monday in May, Tuesda after 3d Monday In August, Tuesday after 2d Monday In November. y W. S. Dean, Dundee, and Dyeafter tho second Monday In March, Wednesday uftcr M Monday ing In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday given In August, Wednesday after 2d .MonLadies day In November. Hen F. Itlce, Fondsvllle, Tuesday after 2d Monday In March, ThursHats Cleaned day after 2d Monday In Mny, Thursday after 2d Monday in August, Thursday after 2d Monday In NoWork and vember. Pen W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday after 2d Monday In March, Friday after 2d Monday In May, Friday after 3d Club $1.00 I Monday In August, Friday after 2d Monday In November. IIAKTFORD POLICE COURT. O. C. Mnrtln, Judgo; McDowell A. Hartford Pressing Glut), Fogle, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, Marshal; Court convenes seconyd 51on-dn- y GUNTIIKIl I.1)G.,CKNTEU ST. In each month. City Council J. C. Her. Ma6r; It. HARTFORD KY. T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Uean, Treasurer. Members of Council J. C. U.i-net- t. Capt. A. D. White. A. E. Pate. J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yclser, V. H. uuieopie. School YOU man; R. Trustees J. D. Duke. Chair T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, South Services morning and evening eveny first and Treatment third Sunday In each month. Sun- H? for WFAK i ay BCl1001 y:15 ft- - "i. Prayer mcet-nti,n- g every Wednesday evening. Rev. FBBBBBBnSiii. S' LUNGS or II. W. Napier, pastor. Baptist Church Scrvlcos morning CONSUMPTION and evening every second nnd fourth Cl twl'l V In filinll tiinnMl Clllidnn If you mention thispaperwewill send you lo.ir - , ,... mMi'inr mn--nnliAnl u'n.i i after 3d Monday In .March,, Wed- This office Is equipped for handling Commercial Law and Collection Items as well as other legal and litigated matters. Practice In all the courts. Prompt nnd vigorous servlco. M. L. Hcavrln'H Office. T. WAItr. MIIATID.V I'roniMill, K.v. OTTO I'. MAII I lliirltiiril. Kj. Cleaned i Pressed STRATT0N & MARTIN Attorneys nt Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profession in Uite and djoinlug counties. Collections. Commercial and Criminal Practice a Prompt Specialty. and vigorous service- - Notary in office. Repairing neatly done. work special attention. Repaired. called for delivered. 'Wod-ntfcda- and I AM PREPARED To do any kind of Veterina- rate per month. ry work. Horses, mules and cows need rot die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. V. Veterinary Surgeon H. RILEY Ky. 'A Hartford, 52? WILL TAKE OUR Collier.'s The . National - Weekly FREE Collier in Clubs ISBIIMlT year Until this First Time ssssssVs. ' ri.Sn' uMtor Chri'stlan t Church-Serv- ices Colliti't has bftn sold at $5.50. Now the price is $2.5 anduehavcsccutcd a concession hereby we can offer it at a Mill further reduction in connection yvith tkis publication. ftnd fourth SmuIay at ?'.V 7 IV '." bu,ulay sc"001 9:" th,rd n every u a- M Special Offer to Our Readers m- - f mfk. Not So Strange After AM. You may think it strango that so cu trouble by Chamberlain's Tab els. You would not howetcr, if you (should give them a tr'al- - They Btroiigtfi-e- u and invigorate tlie stomal h nnd reuablo 1 o perform its functions Wabash o Rish .Mrs. Res ''Nothing did mo the Ind., writes 's loset good until I began using Tablets. It is decidedly tho best tnijdichio for stomach troublo I havo ever used-For sale by a.'l ni dealers Chani-bep.alu" Succeed when everything else falls. In ner.-ou- s prostration and female weaknesses they arc the supreme icmedy, as thousands have testified. It is the best tiers no FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. Fast Color. "As to how?" "Said this color was fast." "Well, did you ever see n color get ut of sight more rapidly when It once started to run?" Louisville Courier-Journa- l. Strange Difference. "They say that people who are married get to look ullke." "Yes, but it's a queer thing that they rarely get to think alike." JWaton'.-- , '" Transcript This time, like all times, is a very pod one If we but knew what to do lth It Emerson. "That salesman prevaricated." ic S'HOCUBCD AND DCrENOEO.,""lmoIf, tuAi, Vm aVlceihow to obtain u- I eonrrtalil in al-- COUNTRIES. Ion iW.I Jliuhrst direttvllh Wasting momrf anil cjuh mtfauni. Patent and lafrlnpmint Prictles txelutlvely. or rone to us at Tit BUktt ItoMl, w VbMU ItetM rttst OMm, I rlU, trl tait ttt - waamNOTON. p. c. xl SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. 075, F. and A. What You Get Collier's M. meow evorj first Monday night In each mouth. V. S. Stevens, W. Collitr't h the one Inc. inderendent, fearler M.; Owuu Hunter, Secretary. weekly n( the whole country, .Not only is it the rood citizen's handbook hut it is aho a Hnrtford Chapter No. 81 O. 13. S. macazine lor the whole Lmlly. Amone the meets every second and fourtlt .Monthincs that a car's subscription eivcs arcs day evenings, .Mrs. J. H. Williams, 1000 Editorial! W. M.; Jas. 11. Williams, W. I COO News Pbotoa Miss Ellzaboth JUllor, Secretary. 250 Short Articles ISO Short Stories Rough River l.odgo No. 110 Knight 100 Illustrated Features of Pythias meets every Tuesday even 2 Complete Novel ing, j no. w. 'lay lor, C. C; W. R. Collier's Hcdrlck, K. of It. & S. $2.50 ) Hartford Tent No. 09, K. O. T. M. Hartford Republican moots every first and tnlrd Thursday nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; E. P. Moore, RecoiU Keeper. Acmo Lodgo No. 339 1. O. O. F. moots every second and fourth Frl-da- y nights In each month. C. M. Harnett, Noble Grand; W. R. lledrick, Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. meqts overy second and fourth Saturday nights in each month. Tom Williams, Council Commander; W. C. ftsftTATf. PATTrBMsa Wallace. Clerk. 7TW r. Eif,. lor rlc' '. simplicity sni Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., rtliablllty nearly 40 P"" Tears. Sold rn ncarrf every city and town in the United States and every first and third Friday meets m..v nlghta In each month. Mrs. Attyu ...ma soia inui rs '. any other make, bend Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. II. McCALlS MAGAZINE lor tree catalogue, E. Mischke, Lady Record Keeper. 2Iora subscribers linn ,.. niti. r..s.tA. irUEizln-milli- on Kej stono Chanter No. 110. R. A. a month. Invaluable. Lai. est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, M meets overy third Saturday night plain sewlna;, fancy needlework, halrdrcssine! In each month. John T. Moore High etiquette, pod stories, etc. Only GO cents year (Worth double), Including a free natteso. Priest: W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. iiucr uwuin, pastor. Itcrocninnic the crcai demand for CoIIUt'i at the new (iricc. wc have made arrangements tu nfTcr it and our cm n publication each one ) ear (or the ince i( Colier'alojie. This is a limited oiler and must be taken ad vantace ol prompih . ji !; )pZsjU i'jJJ AMERICAN SOC1BTY OF EQUITY'.' HxrrnB V Iiavatt8awtiiih t -- - nt riwASK. casluirnu A sprain may be cured in about I onewthlrd tho time required by tho I Wrttt tomyt Mtmthm lA usuaC treatment by applying Chamber SEND 10 CENTS Iain's klinlment and observing the di- I Jttfrl?f; F&LZ with each bottle. For, f'a Bs'i iSiHJ rections .m by all dealers. How to Cure a Sprain. H W uoasvstiiMsuccitet SPECIAL OFFER:' FsU to HA Xv.BaJatM. AtrUtwUIW V V SBSMroagwMnBaiiMtctutotaer. yfrncctinctm rra-'- -l 1 jr .I I I y M Stato Officers President. J. II. Mc- Conncll, Princeton, Ky.; Vice President, J. II. Durney, Muhldnberg Co.; Secretary & Tress., S. 13. Robertson,' Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. II. Bal- maln, Hartford, Ky. Members State Executive Board-B- en Watson, Webster county; J. W. Dunn, Daviess county; Hdnry Plrtle, Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin county; C. G. Davenportt, Warren county. ' Ohio County Officers S. L. Stevens, President; Henry Plrtle, S. E. Dennett, Treasurer. Osna Shults, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. 2. T. J. Drooks, Fordsvllle, Ky. 3. Ira Bozarth, Olaton, Ky. 4. II. O. Autry, Dalretown, Ky. 5. 'E. 0. Austin; Prentiss. 6. J. L. Brown, Rockport. Ky. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. buDscrroc today, or send lor sample copy, JVANISFSlsTIir. iNsasirvaasnu-r- a to Agents. Postal brines premium cataloprns I snd new cash prize offers. Address cttU. CO. SttslM W.I7IXSL. rHW VMC I an KILLthi CURE WITH thi LUNCt cough H Sec-retar- y; Dr.Kinc's HUB Ntw Discovery FOR Ml CASTORIA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C8SSi, sariSik LWtt TMMsHlt. MMXOMBXD. MX IHrrtMT QUAKAV HID BATMrAOsilt I UJh M.VMMT , i CONFISCATE THE EDITION. MEXICO'S ROYAL GHOST. Children Cry for Fletcher's Tlio Kind You Ilnvo Alwnys Bonglit,nnd which 1ms heen in uso lor over 30 Tears. 1ms Imrnn iii. fii.r,,. uccn mnuo unucr ins pcr-(nonnl supervision slnco Its Infancy. All..,.. .... ,... IUUVCV1VU till 111 .1... tIA -i.. lillS "" 1IU .. .1 :.. . All .w..... ' f ........... "-til..M..... n...1 .... fl'tfltttlffftrfnlltl- ....... iiiiiiiuntw oiiii tl T i jiro hue l.xiiorliiimts tlmt (rlfhMvlth nntl ciicliiiific-- thu honlth of Infants and Children Experience nguiiist Hicrlmcnt 2LvP& -- - Z- ,Y - (iiii-ii-!j()m- i-- i.-.- i. r Fnhstttuto for Castor Oil, Parc-Korl- e, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It cont.iins nultlier Opium, Morphlno nor other Narcotic suhstanec. Its uso Is Its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fcvcrlslinchs. For moro tlmn thirty years It lias heen In constant uso for tlio relief of Constipation., Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Tccthliiff Troubles and IMarrliojrt. It rcfulats tlio Stomach and Vowels. , assimilates tlio Food, giving- lienllhy and natural sleep. Tlio Children's Panacea Tlio Mother's Friend. - What is CASTOR I A Cnsforla a harmless Is Often Suppressed Newspaper Issue by the Austrian Censors. "By order of the myiii pivs court' this" Issue of your pnper Ik conllscntcd for prliitltnr news which Uie court eousldcrs slmtilil not he iiiiulc sword public." A pollccniiiii. with dungling nt his slilc n ltd ImMliiu; hi his olllclul iloi'iiinciit with 1111 hand snil 011 It. enters the iiiiiicirIiik editor's room ml delivers the tleeree. It Is the fatuous Austrl.ui press cen worship nnd conlHciitltiu niiuliliie. cull cd for. short the "eonllsciitioii nppiirM tus." nt work. Down below the bit; presses lire thiinilei'lti iiloiitf on the lilst few tlioiisiinil eoples of tt lil elr dilation, tt is 1! o'clock In the morn hiB too Inte to "iiinkv over" by teitr-hiout the oirc'iiilhi;; urtlele or news Item, ptittlni: MiiiiethhiK ele In Its plncc nnd the entire edition. Troin the niiiueroiis rooms which mtiKe up the eilltoiiul sttnctiiiu there rolls one "Doiinerwottpr!" mid nrter tinutlier The miitniKliiK editor orders ti small sheet, not much larger than .1 handbill, hastily printed, that will tell the subscribers why they will not rocclvu their paper that morn- 11 11 11 11 "Ver-tlnnimt- Cave of Las Siervas Hot Springs. The hot springs of Las Siervas, near Valle de Canlzos, In remote part of the state or Guerrero. Mexico, lutvo heen visited by few people from tho outside world, hut they are famous In the legends mid history of thu Indian tribes of that part or the republic. According to the natives, the waters of the springs possess great medicinal properties. In undent times the springs were the favorite bathing resort of the noble families or the Tepa-necAlcolhua and other tribes that 11 Legend) of the Rumbling It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardul, the woman's tonic. She says" further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly abl,e to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardul, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give ' hiK. u GENUINE ALWAYS yBcax3 the Signature of CASTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TXt ClttTAUN COMPANY. T7 MUKIIAT 3THCET. NCWVORK CITY. Starck Pianos L A No Money InAdvauce Sntlitfac tloa Guar vHeBBBBMBBBBflBSH Br anieed LovrmtNet E a H i east Tortna A Saving of SI 0 0 io Fact orjr Prioea SSOO From Factory Direct uaMSSSaai J 7(TfiSjSSS5SSSiJB Tbls Is n scene which has taken place frequently In Viennese newspaper offices lately. One afternoon recently the editions of live evening papers were confiscated Probably no editors In the world en tell its many Interesting stories of news that never reached their readers as the Viennese. Prom 1111 American viewpoint of n free press the Austrian press laws, press censorship and Yonllscatlon apparatus' is about the most absurd and antiquated institution In existence. Apparently It was eieated largely for the purpose of keeping the truth from the public. In Austria books, pictures. Illustrated catalogues, price lists, handbills, advertisements and advertising literature, newspapers, periodicals and publications which appear occasionally, signs and signboards, posters In fnct. everything that conveys meaning to the mind by means of type, pictures or symbols is subject to censorship. Until recently even private calling or "visiting" cards were subject to censorship. Tlio printer had to lay a proof or a card before the "press court" before he could deliver the order. Any district or superior court may constitute itself n "press court" to pass upon nnd order the confiscation of any newspaper in lis jurisdiction. Vienna Cor. New York Tribune. 11 rumbling sound reI'rom the grotto sembling distant thunder Is to be heard all the time. According to natives, the rumble Is caused by the ghost of King Hxcamlua. who ruled over that part of the country three or four centuries before the .Spaniards discovered America. King nxcainina, the tradition says, was as bad as man could be. He murdered people merely for the pleasure of seeing them die and committed every crime. lie had his palace constructed in another cave, which communicated with that of the .spring by u tunnel. There Cxcninlun. In company with some of his favorites, had orgies that lasted weeks and months. When he died nn earthquake destroy- 11 lived In that region. On both sides or the chief spring there are huge rock with hieroglyphics anil the figures of women beautifully carved. .Judging from the robes worn by the women, their stately appearance and the Jewels around their necks, the llgures must represent princesses or ladles of very high rank. Thu spring Is nt the entrance to n grotto that has never been explored. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs tiiat you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. I' Get a Bottle Today! aw fM in issti ii saws iai m saji aaai savs isai lass ul Ills Imlnci. Sltirn Hint llnv ills cllOSt has been haunting the cave near tho spring, and none of tho natives has ever dared go into the cave. New York Sun. GREEKS An JAMES & CO., Pirst Class Liverymen Centertown, Kentucky. v LOATHE THE TURKS. P A. STARCK abpaiiE3P55l 4lfli 2'G?(?, ncsiocnt o will ship you a beautiful Ktnrck t'lano for 30 dayj' freo tr.al. In your home. No ensh raj mint required. All ne ask Is tlmt you will play upon, use nml teat thin piano for 30 iluyi. If, at the end of that time, you do not find It the piano In every way, that you have ever hlKhcnt grade, sweetest toned and llne-seen for the money, you are at perfect liberty to send It back, and we will. In that event, nay the frHitltt both ways. This Starck Piano must make irood with you. or there Is no sale. to )ou from our factory, tt prices that saeou upward of $160.00 In tho of yo.ir piano. We giisrintre to furnish iwt ni a belter piano for the money than ou can Vou are assured of rreiIn? coir elsewhere. utlsfactory sweet tonal durable high (Trail: piano. We tlilp diriet 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL Xl Savi $150.00 er Mtri Easy Payments Ton pay no cish down, but after 30 ibyi of trial, jou can begin pjputnt on the low. est, easiest tcrmi ever suggested by a plana manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit jour convenirnce, and It Is possible for you to buy a piano for your hjme, without ilsl-- c ths monoy. . , Archaisms In the Authorized Version. In the real authorized version of 1011. King James' Itlblc. are a good many archnisms which tho printers have since modernized, such as "ought him n hundred pence." "yer" for "ere." "lilies" for "bolls." "fet" for "retched," "gin" for "grin" (u trap), "uioe forj "more" and '"ull to" should be one. word ift Judges ix. .ri3. "all to brake his head." where, however, the printers, hnve resisted the temptation to substitute "break." In Psalm cslv. 3. "Great is the Lord and marvelous, worthy to be pralied." there should he no comma after "marvelous," which is mi adverb qualifying "worthy." Thli correction has been made In receut prayer books. London Saturday Review. Immigrants and Literacy. Scandinavians' lead the world la point of literacy. Among every twenty German Immigrants over fourteen years old Is found one Illiterate. Of Immigrants from other nations It is claimed there is found an llliterato among Dutch, thirty-eigh- t every twenty-thre- e Welsh, tlfty-nlu- e Irish, flfty-tw- o seventy-seve- n Fluuteb. 100 English mid 143 Scottish, but the proportion among those who come from Scandinavia Is one in 250. Among the Lithuanian Immigrants and those from southern Italy bnlf of tbem read no language. Argonaut. ncldent That Showa How Deep Seated la the Hatred. The extent to which the Greeks' hatred of tho Turks goes is illustrated in "A Child of the Orient." by Demetra Vaka. The author's Aunt Kalllroe was an old Greek woman, whose feelings She had were the most anti-Turbought a large' Greek homestead, for which she had no use and which not ut all nfTord, solely to keep It from falling Into the possession of a Turk. The author writes: "The next tjnio wo visited Aunt Kalllroe she was installed in the Spathary homestead. Just within the front door Stood a small table, covered with a white linen tablecloth, such as an orthodox Greek woman spun herself for the purposo of putting on the table where the ikons were laid a tablecloth always washed by the mistress herself hi a basin kept apart from the other dishes. On the table lay a Greek candlestick holding three candles, all burning, and a brass incense burlier, from which a column of blue smoke was rising, tilling the house with the odor of incense. "'Why. it isn't Enster. and it isn't Christmas!' 1 cried. 'It Isn't even u great saint's day. Why are you burning the candles and the Incense, great-auutslit-coul-d ikon.-n-bruT Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, !(' I', OUR CLUBBING RATES. fl.3 Thk Republican and Xouisville Herald ...... 1.7r The Reptblican and St. Louis .". 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm 1.75 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The jtEPUBLicAJi and Jjauy uwensooro inquirer.... k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine..' 1.30 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Globe-Democrat -- Twice-a-Wee- "'They have been burning since I moved Into this house, and they shah bum for thrice forty days, to cleanse it from Turkish pollution.' ." 'But since Baky Pasha never bought it and never lived in It . " 'Ne. but u Turk coveted it. and that Is enough to pollute a Christian home.' " r Plant U for S5 rears. Thli guaraate-- t ha oaost of It our SS years of plans erpVrletire, and the repu tatlou of an responsible piano bouse. Btarctc snisranteed Err 60 Fraa Musk number it allgbtlr usM anil aecoud hand pianos of aU ken In atandard makes for new Starck Piano Th follow. and Player-Piantag ire few sample bargain! I tar We hare constantly on larcilns hinJ elusive the lst amt tnft& beautl. tin Player Piano on tM tnarket. Vou will be da liffbttd with the many et wonoVrfui Starck llayarr1cMt Player-t'lano- oiarsK i Address all orders to srsj THE REPUBLICAN. WHY NOT MAKE $200.00 Limns Weber Steinway Chlckering Kimball P. A. STARCK PIANQ CO.. To oreiy purchaser of Starck Pianos, we site free muilc lessons. In one of the best known schools 4n Chicago. These lessons you ran take la your own home, by null. This represents oat year's free Initructioa. Starck $110.00 92.00 90.00 95.00 195.00 features of the Instruments, and will be pleased with th scry low prices at which inry can be secure J. Send for our latest complete second hand bargain list. &ml today for our new beautifully Illustrated piano lionk which gives you s larxc amount of Information rrea riling pianos. This book will Interest anj please you. Write today. Plant la.k Fraa 1813 Starck Bids).. CHICAGO i it '5 4 NO. SECOND NO. If j on hold 5257 WINS 1114 THIRD NO. 12036 ehuiH'O No. 5257 send it to us lit once and get tlio Kreo Iturrel of 'OM QUALITY" OH 9(15.00 IN CASH. you hold 2nd or Krd Numbers hend tliem to us mid jou If See nxrec-iiiewill t tlio prize If tlio winner fail to tlnim it. printed ou tho chiinees. Casli CouHK.MK.MIIKlt, we ship direct to Kentucky point pons, to (lie value of H per cent of (lie order, shipped with all mull orders. Kt-'nt P. R, LRNCBSTER X CD,, - Owcnsboro, Ky. "I'UKMIEIt 1'UKK" J "OLO QUALITY", "OLD W. S. 8TONI3" Traoc Mark nraiama Copyrights c. - Anrons nil!in a rtth nnd de.erlptlon mar alcklf uenlii our op'nlon p whether a iiniliblrrnrnjnhI!,Conniunlc. SSSSBSSSSBSBSSB I2jnjg Ha Is ' asuw" ( OVER 68 YCARS1 CXPCRICNCE Buckbee'a "Full of Life" Korthetn GnMsa Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of 8 years af jucccsiful seed growing behind tbem. It pays ta Slant the best. , Seasonable Specialties: Earliest . .. Relucee Extra Early New Stringtess Cretn Pod . Wardwell'a Im. Kidney Wax Davis New White Wax . . Currie's Rust rroof Wax . SEEDS BUANS Red Valciuliie , PBAH rnwn tlonasirlclireoiiniieniiau riAituawsni tfl1el foracunusenU. Co. rclT Putonis taken iCriiuaU Munn awrioi nutlet, without tbarste, la tns ..nibm j scKMif ic JliiHiicaii. VRn Va m--w w- mm ix i0.4!!iWfJW ssarvTTaaiHBskm.MM sttsasfJaW vJSL'iiiJiLSri -r ,- New Early Gradus $$50 Bushel lloraford's Market Garden . uso Bushel oo Bushel Buckbcc's Llghtplng Express LaMitca. RssHik, Tosswlo and a full line at Seeds. Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. Send for complete catalogue or submit a list at four requirements and wllfquote price. Buy direct from the grower Save Money'. Write today, mcniioa snis paper. Extra Early Alaska ... .... $3.50 Bushel Jj-3Bushel Jj.70 Bushel S4.50 Bushel 94.73 Bushel fc.jo Bushel I) 50 Bushel Hhort."-Hnltlui- WaecaketsU.. ItUfMSeeil H. W. BUCKBEE Good Word For Religion. Tbls is u broad minded age. and the gentleman on the last tram, who was In what one may define us tho talkative stage, shared the characteristics of the times. "I've nothin' to say against 'lni even If he does belong to n V. S. A. I'm no bigot, not a bit of It An' I say this that, couslderlu One Letter Namee. all tblugs, I've not found these reliO is a village of France, in the com- gious chaps to be worse than ordiuarv mune of Mortree, ut a distance of fif- fellers like you an' me." Manchester teen kilometers from Argcntan, itself Guardian. kilometers at n distnnco of thirty-liv- e from Aleucon. This Norman hamlet Planning a Future. inhas nt last accounts twenty-thre- e "Do you think you can support my habitants aud the proud memory of daughter lu the style to which she has the extinct marqtiisate of O, which been accustomed?" dates back to the crusades. The last "Yes,'' replied tho slangy young nu'Vi marquis, superintendent of the finances after some hesitation. "But don't you of Henri III., lived u spendthrift and think I'd better stick aroimd with your died a pauper. Another instance of family a few years so as to get accussingle letter geography is Y. the arm tomed to it?" Washington Star. of tho sea which penetrates the Netherlands. Nothing Doin&j. "Can I interest you In an attach Parrot, A Wonderful ment for your typewriter?" asked The world's record parrot Is owned as lie entered the otjice. by Huron Alfred de Kothschlld. nnd ho "No chance," replied Mr. Grouch. paid for It it record sum. She slugs "I'm still paying ullmony ,oti tho with effect quite a number of songs strength of the attachment I had for lu a voice like n banjo's twang. She my last typewriter." Cincinnati Enspeaks 200 words of German, can an- quirer. swer reasonable queries, smartly rebukes those who nsk silly ones and Is Drawing Materials. careful to rcmliul her Interlocutors that "What have you got In that her full title is "Laura from Africa, please." "Drawing materials." "1 dhlu't know you were an artist." Breathe Well and Keep Well. "Artist nothing! It contains a couple To breathe well helps to keep well. of pairs of forceps the dentist asked To live longer and better make It a me to get for liliu." Boston Transcript. hublt to take some breathing exercise each day. Are you aware that ordinaNothing to Offer. of your rily you use only "Ilave you." asked tho Judge of a reIs It uiiy wonder that cently convicted man. "anything to oflung space? discuses of the respiratory tract are fer the court befor sentence Is paat contracted so easily? ed?" "No, your honor." replied ttie prisonPeaaible Definition. er. "My lawyer took my last farthing." "Why do they call lawyers' papers London Mail. briefs V m "Because hy the time they set To Clean Mother-of-pearthrough with them their clients arc H3thi'r-of-peaarticles that lmv uro American. become dull mid blurred may be by cleaning them with purr Fraud nnd deceit nre ever In a hur- olive oil. then appl.iiig the nnllmirr ry. Take time for till things.- -! rnnklln. balU rush mid rubbing with chamois. " a MONTH -- That's S50.00 a well-to-d- o Wk, almost $10.00 money-making a Pay Selling Victor Safes and fl boxes to merchants, doctor, lawyers, dentists and farmers, all of whom realize the need of a safe, but do not Lyotr how easy It la to own one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of opportunithe best, clean-cu- t ties ever received. Without previous experience YOU can duplicate the success of otters. catalog Our handsomely Illustrated will enable you to present the subject to cus tomers in as interesting a manner a mougu you were piloting them through our factory. Men appointed as .i..iii.nh.iAlvAiii1vlMi and Instruction for selllnz safes, irlvlnir convincing talking points which it Is Impossible for a prospective customer to deny, Whf don't YOU be tho first to apply from your vicinity before someone else gets the territory! We can favor only one salesmen out ot each locality, ine am anniversary oiuu j company was celebrated by erecting the most modern safe factory In the world. Wideawake men who received our special selling inducement, szisred 1 1 ueceaji is indoor output. We are amassta) many thousands of dollars ear Isririns our sales organization but to learn all particulars, will cost you only the price el postal card. saaaa9Hsssssa Ask for Catalogue 16T. Sw-pa- f THE VICTOR SAFE S3 & LOCK GO. OHIt, Our New Home. Capaolty 20,000 Sals Annually. ClaCIMTI, ' BUCKaWS BULBS SUCCEED. BULBSrf M - ous- - 1 ' manflr Satlsf aetlon iraaraateed or tout undad. ' :: trial rtamer.will baUd timw Bualacu. rMd tamake you a permanent rSPECIAL OFFER' A.1 Moswy aud Keep ia Stv by Reading McCaU'a Magazine and Using McCall Patten MSCAILS MAGAZINE Ladies t Save one-tent- h f aUlsV. I riMITllW IrMUln NaMbMa. UMUfc I rleaM TO1. to-rf-ay 1 r tl4 SovMir ColIecHo!L?!i!fi-HA. Uk',MiU. OSS. Ula, Milu, Ult, MUs fHu TsUU. H,.: 1 1 rMe. Ma ft MH aM a . ts.i.j.i WMWU. TafWUtel MtsatsuU, TwUfL I , I 4JiraJaJrEETPU!lSK Pmmtr Mftlou thlM a'SacWWsa,asal' BND asrMi tBtfltaWahU toMHmptsft4 GBiV. 4TMffaJt ti ar ut) I BtaWlW aa. ilsllslrfMl,lllMnwi4 Wras aWMa , altoastfM aBjaw'isasswatass, tmmtrmmir ! I i assi wM l. naam mttmrni la rjwaiTTniiri iiibji ws r vvtunw Haal .sHaWianMruBMs, m passu, mm j a, rl rsi re-to- Mi tWwexBaiir. eatress, iu. IK iwcowwjr, posted cu tho lau'ii i a m i on s in clothes mid litiu. to Ken r'.iiLlon Dozens in each l.sno. AU.J talu.ililu- - Infoiniatloa ' il ou nil liomn and n.aucrs. Only (tk; t year. Inrludin, a frco iKiilrm. H'Nl'D today or seuj lor fieo aauiple top. McCall falista mil onabln you to makn In your onu liuinn. nltliyiirronii lianUVrluililnirfiir youisulf and I'hiliU'-i- i nlik.ii mil la stylo aud 111 rrire-rium- d lilbcr !rUi 13 touts Scud tor froo I'jUimii CjtsluKuc.'i W Will Cits Ym Tim Fnfsats fnr crtllni.' sul scrliiiiuns aiming sour Irlxails, byiil fur free rruniliuu Calulonitrt asMt'atli Truo Oiler. vou HcCallsMafaslaawlll lielu you dress sirl hlilr at a imxlcruto expense ! keeping uiitib w- - ; suaxtraai .1 n are reported doing nlccjy by Dr. P. Wo ftro,FlfiIDF,J TPI I mine him to run again. lUUnLu I LLL T. Willis-Mr- . to.d by Col. Halfonl, who was Prosl-- il B. Poters, who' s omplojed In doat Harrison's private secretary unit nCflDCCOimr (VNIDV UtinLOjIllU OlUKl Barnes' storo Was operated on two AND RECENT HARVESTS JiiUniato friend, that Hio Hooslerl s'aUuman was weary of tho jrcui- wefka opo for apondlcitU by Drs. Money and would havo gladly retired WlUmoth, Taylor and WllU. He 'Is to privato nfo 'but for the rigut Thirty Thousand Workers Have CotUig along nicely and nblo to lw ur All Continental Combatants made on him In Ji!s own party. His again- Been Laid Off by the U. S. djmcstuC and cablnot txagtlJIcs had iMr. Roscoo Plrtlo and Mr. F. O. BeSeason's Cereal Yield made him .tired of tho White House, Baker wcro seized with an acuto Steel Corporation, but .j pride caused !ijm J.o wck of appendicitis nnd were moveU fore 'Outbreak of War. ovdr tho opposition of to Louisville thjs week by Dr. Wills 1. bitter onomlcd. Almost any president Now York Times where they wcro operated en and aro Columns cf th wou'jI imvo 'dono tho same and Mho pu Monuay to u review reported Jn good condton. "Western tOurope, with Its recent s.zo of President Wilson's chin pus-go- wore devoted ' Tho now electric lights and fans Immediate uonuncraul and indusgrain tartest servlnB Ghat Jio is no exception to tho of tiiiaiicial, purposes te atll unJer the necessity trial conditions tne cuutitry over, and aro hot.'! n utcccs3 and ovcrjibcUy is pleased with thpm. Itself by Imports of of forMyta If ho pocks the nomination m many quarters hopes wore Jield out Mr. Chess Ivcach nad Joe WlUams u.e iur.ung po.ut had be.u g that foodstuffs lor nny contest that asiv'.ii nothing can prevent his beyond n month or reachtU, und that a gradual improve- left yajtorday for Cincinnati. should wtaa it. Mr. CJ'ark liaj on lit least F." O. B. DETROIT. two. The Wlwiat and flour Imports cue occasion publicly rOcogJilzed this ment might bo cxiveotpd Yrom now o.i. Kingdom of Great fact. Ho lint declared ouat t)io proal-doother wordu, tho pojjxlo are iwg- in for the tSaJteri 3 Britain, Gomnny and France, comcan receive tho nomination Jf ifrly watting for the return of of proiyor.ty that L'x.o'tM 350,000,000 J: s wo'i having. The Democratic bined, aTuro about For Infants and Children. were in yowor mrty and President '4?o:i nrro Si aiiu.1 the RcpubJ.-aanbushels a yew. Tii9 Kind You Have Always Bough! w us the .rent Britain depends on her Im- anuoe '.vlns f!at can not be safe- and tnni took wing as to put their 250,000,000 bushels ly sjparat d by political surgery. Jf Deaiocrals jirocepdod ports for Boars tho i aisw uverngc Is some- ,il' declines to run again some one economic pollens into effect- and Germany's Signatuitf of 'A no one dtoires to uee Of course tinder 90,000,000 bushels a who lit.i been friendly to' his admln-.- j what rat.on will bo the nominee, air. the depressoil continue for politeal year. The French Imports are smallup with er, (he policy of that country Is to be Clark and Mr. Underwood should roc- - effect, or is so oaten as to ca.it doubts on t .e BASE BALL DOPE this. by grow ou! substantially predictions of a speedy resumption ing her owd requirement of bread-stuff- s. jf business activity. Hard A Texas Wonder. Imports range from 20,000,-00- 0 i, Locals . gal n Dcrcnt Kqimllty. The Texas Wonder cures kidney an affect Republicans as we') as to 80,000,000 bushels, bushels and a renewal of prosperity Equality came up again Saturday dissolves gravel, according to the French continental bladder troubles, would benefit tlioin just as much us In hopes of regaining the ground harvest. A source of supply for cures dltbetes, weak tnd lame backs, t would thQjr party opponents. No lost hero Wednesday but In spite Irregularities ol (INCOItPOIlATED.) France s also found In her North Af- rheumatism, and all fejt the of the high class ball put up by the kidneys and bladder In both men one wlio has over actually rican possessions. or who lias them they were forced to defeat by .finch of haid times, KY. The xaalii sources of supplies for and women. Regulates bladder trou- known by experience What Jt means tho close score of 3 to 1. Klckard bles in children .If not sold by your these countries arc the United to be "laid off," would speak Ug'ut- - was on the slab for Hartford and it States, .Russia, Canada and India, druggist, will send by mall on re y of the sufferings ot those who are Is doubtful If he ever pitched a betwhich In bettor years supply aboutan ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle Is jut of work as "psycjiolofcal." ter game in all his career than that two months' treatment, and seldom equal quantity each. Last year CanaTables of tho, conditions of of Saturday. Although the heavy da shipped- ((5,000,000 bushels to falls to perfect a cure. Send for tesin the concerns operated Equality sluggers hit the ball they timonials from this and other states. by ports. Russia's supply, English th "United States Steel Corpora- were forced to keep them In the which is likely to be cut off for the Dr. E. W. Hall, 2J26 Olive Street, St. tion, as publ.'aliod in the Times, show on the ground to the intime being, ranges from 100,000,000 very clearly how real tho depression air and field and with the exception of the to 130,000,090 bushels a year. The has been and how romoto from anyJUDGMENT Argentine wucat ' supply Is practl- - j thing that could be called "psychol- fcventh inning his support was ogical." The number of employes 'for steady as clock work. Parker, a new cally disposed of. one to local fans, was on the mound The wheat producton of these beltlic first FOR MONARCHIES lias ranged six montihs pfin this year for the visitors and ho made a hit from 203,000 ligerent couutries credits Germany March to Im1S8.000 in May. The average number with local fans as well as a deep with an. average of about 160,000,-00- 0 pression on the players. He hurls of employes for the period named of b.ufehels, or" about' (Continued From First Page.) has been 196,3000, as compared with from the port side and has a fast her total requirements. Russia is Is a beaut, with a good best supplied of all by an average ces are contraband of war, and could 232,840 for the same period Jn 1913. ball that The'avcrage monthly pay roll for the hook to mix in. wheat yield of from 500,000,000 to be shipped to any of the fighting Hartford did all of its scoring in first six mouths In this year has of nearly 1,000,000,000 bushels small cost,' of Europe only In violation been $SS,998,000, as compared with two Innings, starting In the third rye crop of countries wheat in addition to a today. of American neutrality and at the $103,231,000 for tho same period in whn an error and safeties by Klckbeing the 1,000,000,000 bushels, risk of cpture. Had we a merchant 1913. Nor has the shrinkage in em ard and Pirtle counted for one. In largest producer in the world for marine today our navy would have ployment by any means been con- the seventh Cundlff laid down the CUMBERLAND TEL. & TEL. CO. this staple foodstuff. Austria-Hungar- y to accompany it, and in brief time fined 'to the steol Industry- classiest bunt seen here In many days INCORPORATED. has a wheat yield of from the United States would be swept inand was safe at first; Barnett doublto 250,000,000 bushels and to Please tend me your free booklet describing your plan for farmers Lower Tariff, but Dearer Beef. ed to right, Cundiff taking third; the maelstrom of conflict. a rye production averaging about telephone service at small cost. So wheat is dropping again, and it The great law of supply and demand Cundiff was out on a close play at 100,000,009 bushels. Is well, it it does not drop too far. home on Johnson's attempted sacIn war times the crops of oats and We have our own people to feed, sul, rujas the meat market. Statisrifice, but Johnson was safe at first Name corn figures vitally In the mainten- and why should they be forced to tics snow tnat the number of cattle .jrown jn Una U.iied Stalls does not second and both runners scored on ance for horses for cavalry and ar- pay a possible famine price in order .acrease su rapidly as the number of a safe swat over second by Welsh. ; R. F. D. No tillery purpose. Russia's oats crop of that speculators may be enriched? The visitors put their lone tally people to 'oat bocf. 1,130,000,08-bushels is her mainNor is It clear how we shall profit 'iukiiig all the duty off dressed across iu the seventh when Thorpo's stay In this respect, and as that greatly thru any other channel beTown and State oeef wa3 jiatijiil ut Washington as a long drive went for three sacks and country produces little corn. Austria-- cause of Europe's trouble. Even If sure method of Jiicroasi'.i our uupply Brown singled. After this there was Hungary averages 250,000,000 the war be brief the destruction of no scoring on either side, and the reduc.ng tuo prce thereof. Address bushels of oats and 200,000,000 or wealth wll reach unimaginable bil- and that the price is to ad- game was finished In a fast and more bushels of corn. Germany's lions of dollars. The Old World vance ID per tent comcti as a dismal snappy manner. FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT oats supply averages nearly will be in need, but impoverished. ( answer to tnat promise nnd a clial- bushels. Wall Street It will knock at the door of America enje to tJiQ economic theories em Line Up. Journal. as a beggar, rather than a customer. bodied In the Underwood Jaw. Hartford. Kqunllty. It will appeal to our pity, rather It is true that taking the Tariff off Cundiff, 2d. Reid, 2d. Owensboro Optical House. than as an opportunity for exploita beef is not respojisiblo for raising Barnett, cf. Thorpe, 3d. Bown, 1st. Hartford, Ky., Nov. 1. I have used tion. If it can And the means or tho price at thjs time, but neither Johnon, 3d. Harper, c. "lasses made by U. C. Hardwlck's obtain the credit, to purchase what has it been able to prevent the in- Welsh, s.s. INCORPORATED. Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my en we produce its wants will be so crease- However, a real tragedy 13 Blankcnshlp, c. Gregory, s.s. 119 SOUTH PRYOR STRE ET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. great that the cost of living at horn being enacted Iu "nothcr direction. Elgin, 1st. Addlngton, l.f. tire satisfaction. His house and maUnder free wool, American bliecp Taylor, l.f. chinery for maklntr lenses are the will rise under the extraordinary deParker, p. are rapld'y disappearing. They had a Itickard, p. most complete in the State, and he mand. Howe, r.f. t "i battle V jr ex.'&Uitce .wCit i employs nono but experienced workIt Is Impossible for us to esc.ifo hard Withrow, I. f. Plrtlo, r.f. C. M. BARNETT. men. snnii: share of tho burden that enree their fleece, enhanced in value by a Plummer, r.f. stubborn monarchy are heaping up high Tariff, made a larger profit for Box Score. the fanner and ranchmen, but from f.1916 Position. Sparring for the world. Innings 123456789 It H E wool fSi resulting fn a widespread On the other naud, ther'i :tc slaughter of American sheep. Hartford of Washington 00100200x 3 53 The speculations ccrrisjvcmutv.Jfl that Mr. Underwood these things to be considered. The 000000100 The pffoot of tiijs is suro to bo Equality and Mr. Gli.rk are, sparring for iwsl-tio- n t'f.dfc of South Aiiiw lea and oi the dearer mutton In the future, while Cablegrams. in 191G n.re anore or less In- Orient will come to us. The Pana- the direct benefits from free wool are Vig Morton umpired genious, ibut Uicy do not accord great ma Canal is ready at this hour if op- still to be 'earned- - It must come a'J his usual political iicunu'ii to cither of those portunity strikes. We must improve a rude shock to all tho people ;f this good game Saturday. $1,000 Light Harnata Stale eentlemcwi. It away !lc true that the It by diligent and foreslghted ef- country that under our present Tar91.000 Roadtter Stake Studeat'a Judging Contatt proildont dciirca cny n Bhiglo term. fects. We owe It to the rest of the iff law wo aro forced Pnto a position Farmer Boya Eacaiapmeat Cundiff still has a bad arm and The ppcettli h made socral months world to do so, for civilization will 6f dopoadenco upon fore'gn producers he was switched to second In SatTROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY ago in wtich Uo referred to the need a strong arm upon which to for such staplca as wool und mutton urday's game. thoughts Ucit (UkA Mm as he looked lean. N Instead of making our Jand, as It Fino Exhibits of Horiea, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Cousin "Al" took a "nap" Saturstkh lie Fa'kiiuc and tried to jnsaVl And it is this that should bo the has been for 200 years, Seed and Grain, Horticulture and Woman's Handiwork tho diwlKts ot tho nuibsrn indicated tho sobering thought for America ing. day. Ho took two. Ho slept at otlHrwij- - H. iitwlit'd avoidance of at the expense of others, but her CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS As yot, tho d'nnor table has felt homo until 3:14, at 3:15 ho reporttiio sliiylv-tisi- n j'aik in tho Balti- now not her opportunity to gain no beneficent raaults from tho rcduc c ed nt ball park somo spinster. At GRAND more jtkttlc.au nuiy luo tuo Baiiio responsibility for mankind when the Tariff sehedu'es. Philadelphia Pub 4:03 he again dozed, FIREWORKS but of short significance. But this is not Jieccs-Ainl- y Irresponsible frenzy of war has seiz- lic Lodger. DISPLAY ' duration, for Thorp woko him up bo, Svr Uato Wight ;bo otraU&y ed upon ull other great governat 4:03V with a fly. Al tried to in keeping Urn munvbtmj of congress ments. ForCatalogu and Entry Blank Addr w Reduced Railroad Rate "swat" It but failed. Had he awoke tn Iiih 'plans. That Che its It Is this thought that should FOR FLETCHER'S at 4:03 4 ho would have landed on cirm of offJoo oppict, lilni coulU occupy tho minds of our statesmen said "fly" sure. have b.tn madily eunnised from ns they confer, 705 Paul Jones BuUding, LOUISVILLE, KY. and of. our great c.ino receiut nVJur potulaut ulluslo'is as they plan to preserve the BEAVER DAM The gamo Saturday was played In to shoots aixl crlttosm. Hut v.tliln Mr. Vincent had qulto a full house one hour and twenty minutes which tho last fjw idaja ho has ibeoomo Nation's economic structure from possible shock. at ins vuuucrlllo and moving picture Is some speed for this class ball. more cheerful, fp outward npeanuicoa. Iu tho blood of Europe tho des- jHow in opera hall last night-Mr- . That lie hoiKij to jiaino ir. Bryan tiny of America is being written. This fellow Parker has somo stuff Carl Coots and vlfo were tho us h s su'jcvwor uciuius lniii-ballJm QO ) for evorlsy who U not (blinded by When the last battleship has been guest cf Mr. It. T. Taylor Saturday and take It from us, If he takes the r iftuywjwiw DAILY BETWEEN t &aua proper care of that wing, will bo hi fKenfii.p for itho secretary of lost und won, and the shuttored rem- and Sunday- 1 &v Mr. dell Coojicr and Miss I.aura heard from in tho future. We know btate roiukwu Urn! be is weaker In nants ot armies return to the weepthe country Ouut lio (ftis Jteon at liny ing women In a thousand towns and Prltlo of Cromwoll, Ky., wero qultcly from experience, not by looking on gagagappggapu"r-- r when rulers and states unltdJ in marriage at the brido's from, the grand stand, because wo Umo since 1H ptuuiomeiuil anjtcaraiicu vlllnges; men ,nnd diplomats take breath hpmo Sunday. Alter tub ojremony failed to get three two baggers Satin liHG aj a national figure. As a political prvacitor he wad powerful, again to contemplate the ruin they came to Mr- - Cooper's house urday by fanning the air. r . i. ' if"i Lut aside (wtui hla iuaoo treaties, wrought by their folly, It aeems In- wihero J.o and His sitters havo been n: w Tr ' Wtf which will uot tvo h'm any Bpeclal evitable thut towering over all keeping house. Wo wish for them a Cleaton comes for a game Saturstreaigth witii ordinary voters, thoj-- should be the sturdy, unshaken fig- very happy career and a Jong Hfo. day and it should be some game. THE GREAT Dill? "ZZZ.V ,Z. V ure of America, In politics, In IniL .AAf.i l.u.JiliOt f.. A t.ili.at R!f ttll.WMIf.l I has boan lilitie uliout Va .work in l..l .nwiiuiiJi!h. tftil Born to Mr. and Mrs. Less Ohlnn The management Is especially anxil .. 14 rll i rtnirilo fi ut a, uaiwr va m...! yn.. Orairr In whioa It not dimmed rather dustry, in finance the master of a ffno pair of twins- Also to Mr. and ous for a good crowd as tho expense . otLJ. U fi'w J " iiiUu.l oiuii uf Ui iU-s- . tlian briybliairtd lb la fame. the world. Uuy Chjnii, Wa brother a fino will be heavy. Masiwlcent SUamert "ZZZMIOZZZ," "City ot VrW an j "Cl'.y of Buffalo" If Mr. Cfcufc and Mr. Underwood If the God who holds the nations boy, on tho 1st. Daily CLEVELAND and BU.'FALO--Ma- y l.ttoDacist C.D0 P. M. .V'.'M 9:09 1'. !l. aro huggi-DInn CUralasil . .;iiut (hopes that tho like tho dust of the balance In Ills Mis KCO) Raines beau school Equality and Hartford are now b JO A.M. C.'.IA.M. M irt- 'nt . Aiilvo tuttJj iU iwt again become a hands be leading us to this high desj)resldcn,t ((Jr!'irunJrJ'l4UK) at South Beaver Dam Mouday morn-iu- : tied In tho games played between Rtllroaa UckaU Cnn-- . tlai, al DaCUlo for Magara I'alla aat alt IkUiii hi rnlUa Point,. candldujo tluy j tial .wise in ovou tiny, let us aproach it humbly; and with a full house. thorn this year. If the deciding con-to- st urliliaa aar iluam. Aik Uutlaatu n4jiual:lri Uujalanjaul: l.AU.K'w. 'l!'a"'Vlri. MaJua,lll,(rala4 boolhl In: iudlroot ciivictwi tkkrla of his course-Notbiu- may He grant that In tbtf day of, .Mrs- OUhuui, Mro. Martin Floner J.M. tUUc'ft ( is played there will undoubtedBUFFALO THAN31T CO.. CUvalaxi, O. T1IC CLEVELAND cooj iv dooo nioro likwly our power we shall be wjse and gen- - and M.i Myrtio Maddox who havo ly bo a record breaking crowd on io wxmw n,--i iiugnjclty and deter-- ! tie iu its exercise. been very tow from typhoid fever, hand. FOflD SlirPLIFS IN WAR vwswawsfviW4s FORD'S Se-cur- ed at-Ja- ck PRICES REDUCED Saturday, Aug. $440.00 $490.00 js vln-a.n- Roadster - Touring Car - nt coneli-nOiV- CASTOR I A s New Car Load in Stock MflfllftMlVI P. at m et awavw.i Boy Yourself a Ford at 1915 Prices 1 Ddmo-iVAu- BARNES AUTOMOBILE CO. CENTRAL CITY, S J? '? 0ro$$$$$9$$$$froa&$ - A Telephone for Every Farmer Do two-thir- yOU want one ? We will tell you how to get it at Fill out and return this coupon 200,-000,0- ) G00,-000,0- Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company S -r KENTUCKY STATE FAIR SEPT. 14th to 19th, 1914 $3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE 143 i. y- - self-suppo- rt KUi-.in- 'Til Children Cry "BATTLE OF MEXICO" CASTORIA J. L. DENT. Secretary. Fare 3 (lcveland BIiiteaiiiSwlElMl: ?:wc. $ Buffalo NgDSvM '"jisgHBIgHPBHKS iTI'itSX-SgWJWKgcigEEE 1 of-fi- Wfe Mi3Sfc,i3'l-,- t 1 11 - y 1 Ii - e - (;' 1 -