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POPE PIUS No. 6 of tlon have transformed the Canal dropped to less than IMPERATIVE TO SEES DIVINE RIGHT. Zone into n health resort. During cent of that. After tho war wo gradX PROTECTION August of last year there was not a ually got back our share of, tho carINCREASE CROPS slnglo death from disease among DOCTRINE CRUMBLING rying trade, but It was not until tho 12,841 white American WAR 1825 that wo reached 92.3 per cent men, AWAY women and children on the Isthmus. of It. After the day of wooden vessels we lost pnrt of our supremacy, Henry Watterson In Interview World Looks To North America This would have been set down as Inconceivable when tho great work owing to tho fact that England was To Make Up wob started. Tho work of Col. Gall-lar- d Hearts of Nations Gives Impression of able to build Iron vessels cheaper Policy Has Made Us War on Culcbra Cut and the general tlinn we were, but still we grew In Loss. War Results. efficiency of Col. Goethals are a part our shipping, losing only In tho proAre Saddened. of the Imperishable record of Amerportion .of our foreign commerce at. which we carried until 18C0, with a Chicago, Aug. 16. "More acres ican achievements. New York, Aug. IS. In an InWhllo it Is the expectation foreign commerce of $687,192,17fi, of Sisters Were With Him-When History Has Proven That a Pro. and more yield per aero of wheat and of which 66,5 per cent was being terview at Brighton Beach yesterday rye Is demanded of North America by Americans that tho canal will bo Watterson said: Henry chiefly of commercial value. It must Spirit Passed carried in American bottoms. tective Tariff Placed This "The hope of Europe Is the over- the sudden war of tho countries of be admitted that the project is a re Then came our great and destrucEurope, which have Continental Maker. Country Where It Is. sult of patriotic concern In time of tive war, and in 1864 we were earn- throw of feuduallsm and the Dlvne been producing three-fourtof tho right of Kings. Tho war will be the war. But for the long trip Capt. ing only 27.5 per cent of a very much d world's crop of rye and of reduced commerce. Our proportion beginning of the end of these. Ger- the world's crop of wheat," said J. Clark made In the Oregon during the many will hardly ncdept the rule of Spanish-America- n Rome, Aug. 20. Pope Plus X., war, when "ho Washington, August 13. It (s of the trade picked up slowly with S. Dennis, aslstant to the president traveled on the heartstrings of 90,- - died at 1:20 this morning. He had, policy of a Protective advancing commerce, and in 1870 many wll hardly acept the rule of of the Canadian Pacific Railway, that the and 000,000 American citizens," tho been 111 several days, but alarming Tariff endured low; enough In the we were carrying 35.6 per cent. Then the Crown Prince when his time and when the aged Emperor a Major in the Canadian Militia, who building of the canal might have re- symptoms did not develop until 1890, establish followed a rapid decline until United States to Insure the goes, the rule of the strip- arrived today from Ottawa and Mon- mained a dream for whose realiza- Wednesday morning. nient of many strong Industries, when we were carrying only 12.8 of Austria treal, wearied by the Herculean efThroughout the day Drs. March-l- a .since otherwise, In the present Eu- per cent of our commerce and only ling, whom suicide and murder have forts called for by the upset In Ca- tion men like Grant and Seward brought to the steps of the throne. fa va and Amlci devoted their Utand Blaine might have vainly strivropean crisis, this country would be 9 per cent of the goods wo sent nada since war begun. Mr. Dennis wholly unequipped to meet the train abroad. In 189C we still had 12 In the event that he ascends it at said that the million bags of flour en for generations. During Capt. most energies to stimulating their alt Is likely to be brief." Clark's trip the American people patient and keeping him alive. The' on Its resources. The present condl-Uoii- h per cent of the carrying trade, but Mr. Watterson said that usually contributed to Europe by Canada formed the resolve to build a canal, cardinals were notified of the pope's afford a striking illustration of oven that has gradually fallen off, will be followed by other similar even if it should cost $400,000,000, grave condition and some of them the Importance of the Protective Tar- until In 1912 this country carried war makes heroes, butttjat this one contributions of foodstuffs. may rather unmake them. and should require the abrogation of who entered the sick room1 describe iff policy for the United States. In only 1.7 per cent, of Its exports In "Shoulder to shoulder Canada and The Kaiser has everything to treaty with the scenes as impressive and heartrecent years it has been a policy for Its own vessels, while over 51 per the United States must meet the the la- - cent was carried In British vessels gain and nothing to lose," he said. Great Britain. It is a peculiar coin- rending, especially when the pontiff, the Protection of the American problem of the world's food supply," 1 borer and the maintenance of a high and over 17 per cent in German "Conceiving the Import of public said Mr. Dennis, "and water is the cidence that the canal Is being for-- , rousing hlmslf from time' to time opinion," he said, "the Kaiser lias mally opened at a time when a sim- spoke. wage stnndard as against the low vessels. Tho following nations car( the main requirement for any growing ilar resolve Is apparently being formOnce he said, "In ancient times, wagu standard of Kurope. One of the ried more of our exports that we played to It; comprehending crop. Five hundred pounds of water important principles of this policy did: Great Britain, Germany, France, needs of the people, he has led In the is required to make one pound of ed during a foreign war to build an popes by a word might have stayed American merchant. marine. The ma- the slaughter, but now he Is impoIs that the United States should be Holland, Italy, Belgium and Den- development of their industries. "All the while a war lord in fact, growth. We must take hold of properly go 'to- tent." Industrially and commercially Inde- mark. Austria carried practically with new vigor. The coming rine and the canal he has stood, or haa at least seemed. gether. Globe Democrat. Prayers were said by thousands, pendent of Europe. as much as we cjld. International Irrigation Congress will peacemaker, much at variance and church bells sounded when sac The principle of Protection was vessels the 80 American In 1913, Villa Gets Orders. with the charcter and aspects he Is have a new significance and responforcibly brought' home to the Amer- cleared from American ports for e, Camargos, Chihuahua, Mex., Aug.. rament was exposed upon all altars. now revealing rather unexpectedly sibilities equal to the councils of the ican people during the Napoleonic of the while 4,636 foreign vessels war lords, for the fighting men and 18. Gen. Villa has received orders When the coirt learned wars, when American statesmen cleared. To our shame be It said to those who have not looked be their families at home must be fed. from Gen. Carranza' not to come to pope's condition there was the deepest concern. showed clearly that the American that there are only six American neath the surface. For It would ap- The congress will hold Us meeting Mexlno City. Villa will leave Extreme unction, was administerpublic should not be placed at the transatlantic liners. While British pear that, during the 'decades when' in Calgery October 5 to 10. for Chihuahua City. George C. ed to his holiness by Monsjgnof mercy of Europe. The great argu- passenger ships made 478 voyages he was devoting his talents and en special representative ot the "It is sure that the crop of warI Seampini Sacristan amid ment for Protection at that time was from tho United States to Europe, ergies to the econmics of the time, ring nations cannot be maintained Washington Government oqntjnued ing scenes. The pope's moat touch- . beating the commercial Gen.$-Vilto have Industries firmly established and German ships made 302, French meeting and slaters and toby the women and children and North his negotiations with his niece were overcome by' grief. in the United States, so that no Eu- - shipit158 andjtallan ships 73,Amer-Ica- n rivals of his country In most of the merlca must supply the deficiency day. He is believed to have conveyneutral markets, this the shoe that ardtaal Merry Del Va! knelt by the ropeau wnr could deprive us of manued representations from the State ships made Wly ,23 out of a pinches Hngland, he has not neglect- and our own increasing needs. It is factured articles. The present crisis total of 1,300 voyages In 1913. to prevent uammj micro uvuor carumuis joinDepartment calculated hope In Canada that the irrigaed tho arts of war, bit, has perfected tho ed hjm, members household Intoning points to the same conclusion. It Our present shipping could not tion congress this year under the anther break between Gen. Carranza prayers. a- - that, his aruilos 'and armamc-.- t shows that It is absolutely neces- carry even the wheat crop we exspur of this necessity" will "set the and Gen. Villa. The dying pope In a moment of sary for tho United States to be made port to Europe. With our flag prac- for the moment, at least, they are far needed milestone In tho production So Dry In Todd County Frogs Sprout lucidity in the Ipd-- i of the ret o' Eurooa said; "Nov I begin to I industrially independent of foreign tically banished from foreign ports "I bellow the time has como for on this Continent of the foodstuff Feathers. think almighty In" His'1 inexhauscountries and to be brought to tho as It would be practically banished by Euope and which will be needed Ed Lindsay was in tbwn again to- tible goodness wishes o spare fife ' point where it can produce for Itself from our own ports were It not for kings to UiKe stock, ui it were, and rest of the world. day, and he could hardly attend to the horrors Europe Is undergoing,'1 everything needed by Its own people. our coastwise trade, we should set for KIngcri'ft to comu to a show- the "With tho fast steamships on the business because of his worry oyer down. i fun the bank1 clouds litt A general war extending throughThe pope's last iltnessbegan' "alabout restoring It to the seas. Great Pacific commanded by the Admiralthose famous bullfrogs which inhab- most colncldentally w'ft; the great out Europe would deprive us of Britain took away tho bulk of our and tho earth has received the slain, ty, those on the Canadian Pacific it his plantation. In Todd county and European many articles, such as chemicals us-- d carrying trade during tho Civil War. we shall behold another Europe. Lot war. Those cldae 'to hint tho Empress of which haVTi received so much us live and hope. But we shall have railway, including for aflrlcultural and manufactur- Now Is our opportunity to get back adver- believe his grief over 'he9ltuatloa Russia, it will be possible to'trans-, ing products, and would llkewlso what wojlost then; but It we keep It to wait and see." port troops from the station at Hong tising recently from the fact that brought on the final- crlslsandXsd many manufactured ar- we must have other and better regudeprive ub of though they are four years old, they overwhelmed him that he was 'un To Test Compensation Act. Kong to Liverpool In nineteen days. ticles, such as textiles, metals, etc., If lations in the future. never learned to swim om ac- able in his eightieth year to WithFrankfort, 'Ky.. Aug. 17. Suit "All pevious wars will be a picnic have we di not have these industries estabcount ofthe drouth' making way stand another attack of his old ' Whether the United States can was filed in the Franklin Circuit as compared with this one," vMr. holes.-Pos- t. -- Evening lished at home. Fortunately, the Unenemy, gouty catarrh. ,.i'SJrrW-- . obtain any advantage from the gen- Court today by the Workmen's Com Dennis continued. "With a large part with all the water Free-Trad- e jjxXm derwood Tariff has not eral conflict In Europe depends up pensation Board against the State ut v . of the men called to the colors agriBEAVEH OAM been operating long enough to exAiig. tinguish any of the Important in- on many unknown factors. Heads Journal Printing Company to test culture will be halted in Russia, Aus- What It Costs to Kill a Mas la Wat1. Ruth Maddo sDeHi of iron and steel companies agree the constitutionality of the work tria, France and Germany, The anWWen the Lane Medical Library of Sunday In Central City", dustries of the United States. ' men's compensation act, passed by nual crop of rye in Russia alone Is Stanford University was dedicated on that metals have yet to feel the ef Mrs. Shelby Tayloi and daughter It has always been a Free-Traover a billion bushels. It is every November 3d, 1912, Dr. David Starr are visiting argument that If the United States fect of the struggle at arms in the. the 1914 General Assembly. relatives here. The suit seeks to compel the State body's problem and the irrigation Jordan delivered an address, In which near East, unless It be in a tendency could not produce any article econMrs. Lee Stevens Is visiting her congress in October will throw new he, stated: "In modern war, it now parents, toward lower prices for the next Journal Printing Company to fill-ou- t omically wo should depend upon the Mr. and Mrs. O. Stevens. production, costs on the average about $15,000 country or countries which can pro- few months. Not until an account- and return to the board, blank re light upon the per-acr-e Little Miss Alenne Leach, who hat ports sont out by the board to em making It one of the most important to kill a man. In the late Boer war, been visiting in Henderson, Evans-vlll- e duce It economically. This theory has ing of the destruction of permanent ployers of labor in conformity with events of the world." construction has been made, it is this expense ran up to nearly $40,-00- 0. been put into operation In the case and Owensboro for the past two provisions of the compensation It Is cheaper to save, men. It is weeks has returned. of wool and sugar, and although pointed out, will Europe's demands the Great Waterway Opened. these industries have ben seriously on tho United States for metals be act. The suit was brought by Robert Miss Bowie Hocker has accepted The Panama Canal was officially cheaper to stop killing. In our own Injured, tho country Is still in a po- - known, unless the mills of Germany, Caldwell, attorney for the compensa- opened to traffic Saturday. Locally country, in the time of peace, when a position In Tuscaloosa, Ala. sltion whore it can supply everything England and Belgium be drawn up- tion board, which is composed of the event was celebrated with much nothing but peace is possible among Mrs. Harry Monroe and children, " required by tho American people, no on for men for the contending ar- the Attorney General, the Commis- enthusiasm. The progress ot the civilized nations we spend nearly a of Louisville, are the guests of Mrs, sioner of Agriculture and the Inmatter what happens elsewhere in mies. steamship Anpon, 10,000 tons regis- million dollars a day on matters con J. E. Williams. Flour has already responded to surance Commissioner. The suit is a ter, through the forty-on- e cerned with past or future wars; civilized world. And It is to Pro the and one-ha- lt , Sally Payton Crowe Dead. $850,000 a day, on future wars alone, tection that this country owes its the cry of the war, and with a friendly one. miles of the canal's length was Numbers of employers of labor Mrs. Sally Peyton Crowe died threatened cessation of Importations that we may not be caught napping independence. industrial markedby elaborate ceremony, in" Leaving the question of financing of eggs, these are looked upon as have refused to comply with the cluding the display of the flags ot all when the. day of the impossible shall rather suddenly at the residence of provisions of the act, believing it to hr brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs". the resumption of mill and factory duo for sharp rise, with a prospect nations. The official international arrive." activity attendant upo'u tho war, tho that a few monthu hence tho prices be unconstitutional. Attorney Gen celebration, however, will not take Sudden Denth For John W. Tuylor. Frank Peyton, Denver, Colo., at eral Garnett said today that the about 11:30 o'clock p. m., Tuesday grave question which has impressed will top those if last winter. place until next spring, all thomar-itlm- e Mr, John W. Taylor, who was conof last week. Her were InThere is no way of comparing pos- board was gathering statistics necitsolf upon Congress is to devise nations having accepted an In- valescing from a light attack, of ty- terred in Crownhill remains cemetery, Densible increases with happenings of essary to put the act in force, but vitation to participate in a great na- phoid fever and supposed to methods of shipping American goods. be out Foreign countries have made it prof- the past, for there has been no gen- wanted tho constitutionality of the val display, If not otherwise engag of danger, died suddenly Wednesday ver, by the side of her brother, Mr. Wesley Peyton, who proceeded her In eral European war since tho day of act passed upon by the Court of Ap- ed at the time. This fact and itable for their people to ship in vesthe evening about 7 o'clock, at his home death several years. sels not American. It must 'now bo Napoleon, and in his time thore woro peals beforo the time arrived to the employers for the compen- further fact that the crane La Val on Center street. He was in tho act Mrs. Crowe had boen teaching. made profitable to ship in "American no market quotations nor a Chicago ley passed unofficially from ocean to of eating supper, sitting up in bed, sation fund. school in Texas the past several vessolB, and to get the vessels for wheat pit from which to judge. ocean on the 7th of fast January and when he tell back and his wife sap-- years. She bad only recently recovThe nearest comparisons that can tho shippers. The first Congress, In Horrible Fate. various boats and barges traversed posed he had fainted. Dr. Tlchenor ered from flux and started to go to 1789, did much to encourage Amer- be made Is with the prices prevailPetersburg, Ind., Aug. 14. Dr. L. the canal following tho sending ot was hastily summoned but life was Denver, August 6th, but was so ill ing before tho outbreak of the Fran T. Whaley, one of ican shipping. the best 'known the American fleet to Vera Cru, di extinct when he arrived. eu route that sho was taken off the war in tho midsummer young physicians in Pike county,, vested Saturday's In 1789 there was carried in Am Mr. Taylorcame to Hartford about formal opening of erican ships 23.6tper cent of our im- of 1870, the prices prevailing six who lived at Wlnslow, and Miss Eu- much ot the Interest it would have ten years ago' from Blrdseye, Indiana train at Trinidad, Colo., and taken ports and export's. By 1795, largely months later, when Germans wore nice Barnett, aged seventeen, a otherwise aroused. But the fact and engaged In the barber business, to a hospital where, after a short under tho Influence of a provision of besieging Paris, and Anally the pri- daughter of Boch Barnett, of Evans-vlll- that the canal is now open to the first with Mr. E. L. Bulllngton, and rest, she went on to Denver, arriving there about 7 o'clock a. m. t law Imposing an additional' Tariff ces current now. Records taken from were burned to death last vessels of war and commerce of all later for himself. He was a quiet unduty of 10 per cent upon Imports the local market reports show the' night while on their way home from nations which will obey the rules assuming citizen, whom everybody the morning of the 11th Inst., where she was met by her brother and siscarried in other than American ships, following prices July 5, 1870, Jan. 6, the Huntington fair. la(d down by us in the admired and respected. He was a ter. our own vessels carried 90 per cent 1871. July 30 1914; treaty is one of importance, devoted and consistent member of Dr. Whaley was driving ajtwo-passenThe deceased was reared near, 'of our imports and exports, and our Wheat $1.45, -- 1.48 11.55, $1.60, runabout, equipped' w'lfK aside from ceremonies. the Chrlstaln church and an elder at Hartford and had many, friends who Imports and exports, had in that $0.53, $0.94. Corn $1.05, .75, side curtains. Rain was falling and The canal Is admittedly the great- - the time of death. He vas Chancel- will be saddened by the news of her tlsae very largely Increased,. This .77, .85, Oats' 63, .65, .54, the night was dark, and in attempt- jest engineering feat of history, and lor Commandos pt Rough River death. crease kept up until 1807, when .67, .45, Flour $5.00, $5.86, ing to pass another car going toward It was accomplished only through an lodge, Knights t Pythias- - He is sur, we were carrying 92 per cent of our $6.00, $7.00, $4.60. Hunttngburg, he ran hU car Into an equal feat in sanitation. The fail- vived by bis wife and little daughter A. S. of E. Notice. While the males were eight-foix Imports and exports. Then our trade Ohio County Union A, S.' ot E.' U ditch. Jt turned over and ure ot De Lesseps, the builder ot and several brothers, one of whom, was preyed upon by other nations. fighting for their respective coun- caught both 'Occupants beneath U. Suez,to. repeat his success 'at Pana- Ben Taylor, Is- a' reagent ot Jlart-for- d. called to meet at the court 'house la Our seainen were Impressed by tries there would be no one left to In an Instant the car was ablaze ma was due as much to prestllence Hartford on Saturday, August 22, ,, Great Britain. till the soil, and this would mean a and both were trapped. The other as to the other manlfoldidifflcultles. The remains; were taken to Birds--ey- e, at 10 a. a. All farmers who are la, The war of ,1812 followed, and by shortage In crops after cessation of car did hot atop, but 'weat on The I0a of life, was obo ot the Indiana,. yeattrdsy where the favor of whether mem1614 our forlga fiommerce had hostilities, then the world would feel Farmers who saw the light1, rusaed greatest iadutrlalftragedle of his- funeral toad burlau will .take place bers or aot, are asked' to be preaeat. vessels wore carrying okly.54.5 per the pinch of living and pay tho pen- - to the assistance of the'IsapriseBed tory. - But Col,.qprg-aa8. L. STEVENS. PrM. conducted by his pastor, .his aswhat It bad been ' sistant of the Dentrttfitat of, Statu-- Elder II. B. pwlun. tad our alty of war, autolsts, but arrived' too Kte: . HENRY M. PIRTLEt Sec. PASSES at -- fbHi'.V one-thir- for-luna- te i ar-ric- Eu-op- ht - lfl.--M- ri, "? de as-bo- ss e, te ger 45. .85. $4.-25- able-bodi- ed ot - d -- Kr . Al.wvnr mmhmM .MsMHMMMMMr 4MM4MJsM i GLIMPSE OF MARVELS TO BE SEEN AT THE HUGE PANAMA- PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION IN SAN FRANCISCO IN 1915 ' -' ..W'" u Copyright, 1914, by Panama-Pacifi- c International Exposition Co. PANAMA-PACIFIC The photograph wai taken in June. THE TROPICAL SOUTH GARDENS OF THE GREAT r INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT SAN FRANCISCO j This panorama reveals some of the brilliant architectural phases of the great Exposition which will open on Feb. 'JO, 1H15. On the left Is the colossal class dome of the benutlful Palace, of Horticulture, rising almost 200 feet andmore than 130 feet lu diameter. On the right la the ureal Palace of Liberal Arts, while still further to the right may be seen the steel framing of the grunt Tower of Jewels, which will be 43.1 feet In height In the foreground orna. mental palms and shrubs from distant corners of the globe have found a new home In California. WHo'e World Is Planning to Visit the Greatest of Universal Expositions at Which Uncle Sam Will Celebrate the Opening of the Panama Canal. the world millions of people are planning to visit the Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition, which opens San Francisco Hallway and steamship agents report extraordinary advance bookings. THROUGHOUT are planning low round trip rates, with privileges of routing never before enjoyed. And while millions are preparing to visit the vast Imposition, which opens on Feb. i0. 1913, preparations for the Exposition Itself are far advanced, and It has attained a stage of development unequalcd by any universal celebration in the history of the world. The vast exhibit palaces are completed, and the installation of the world's marvels has begun. This unparalleled progress Is not routined to the huge exhibit section, for the state and foreign sites and the great concession area, "the one." are being crowned by completed structures that leave no doubt as to the preparation made for this magnltlcciit Exposition. The coming EximisIUou offers greater spectacles, greater beauty, wider education and more captivating entertainment than any predecessor, and Instead of following precedents It has shattered them at every turn and has adopted improvements on old plans that will make It a typical mid really modern Exposition. Thlrty-sforeign nations are participating, and the amounts appropriated run from the hundreds of thousands to the $1,500,000 or China and the $1,300,000 of Argentina. The states have not lagged I accepting the Invitation to have their part In the glory of celebrating the completion of the Panama canal, and thlrty-uin- e will be represented If the list remains as It stands. New York tops this list with $1,000,000. , Contests will le offered such as have been seen In no other great assembly of humanity, and a few of the many that are drawing the visitors are: The around the world aeroplane race for $.'500,000 In pr'-"- s. the New York to San 1'rancisco motorboat race for $10,000. two harness horse racing meets for $227,1X10 In purses, yachting events for cups offered by King George V. of England and President Woodrow Wilsoil, the first world's polo tournament, a world's series baseball game and championships in every line of athletic sports. No phase of the Exposition Is belng'neglected. and the railroads are doing their part by giving unprecedented rates with a limit of ninety days and every opportunity to see the wonders of the United States by special routing and side trips. One of the Many Great Exhibit Palaces Now Completed For the Panama-Pacifi- c International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915 I iB'H mbv lf I ' 'N f I 114 II I . Hill sn. iiawifflL'.. fl LJsifrre' Copyright, 1914. by Panama-Pacifi- c International C Exposition Co. NORTH FACADE OF THE PALACE OF MINES AND METALLURGY; DIMENSIONS, 451 BY 579 FEET; PANAMA-PACIFICOST, $359,445. INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915. Panama- Portal In South Wall of Palace of Education, South Portal to Palace of Food Products, Panama-PacifExposition, San Francisco, 1915 -Pacific International Exposition, ... San Francisco, 1915 ic mijmi n Main Entrance to Palace of Machinery at -Pacific Panama" f. mm- urn -- 'i International Exposition, 1915 ' wit g jff'ivi Mis' i X Copyright. lSH. by I 'unamu-Pacifi- c International Exposition Co. doorway shown is one of the lesser portals of this pilace and the South Gardens and the southern end of the Fine Arts In Influence the portal is' early Italian renaissance. The twisted (luted Itoinan columns have been given an eastern davor by the application of contrasting colors In alternation, applied under the direction of Jules Guerlu. director of color of the Exposition. The portal Is over thirty feet in height. The outer wall of the palace Is sixty-fivfeet high. THE International Exposition Co. jihotographer was stationed at the most northern of the three arched constituting the main western entrance to the palace and his cameiu to the north. The huge columns adorning this an of Imltatlmr Sienna and ore In warm contrast with the creamtsh gray of the Travertine" plaster of which the walls are composed. The frle7.es at the base or the columns nnd the spandrels above the archway of the vestibule are the work of the sculptor Hnlg Patlglan. In architectural style the Halaee or Machinery Is early Human. The architect Is Clareuce IL Ward of San I'niiulnco 1914. I'atunia-I'acltl- c Copyright, by THE re i e Entrance to a Vast Exhibit Palace at Panama-PacifiExposition at San Francisco In 1915 c Beautiful Date Palm at the Panama-PacifInternational Exposition. San Francisco, 1915 ic ' Cupyrlgnt, l'J14. by r'uiiuma-l'ueill- i; lntui national Exposition Co. T?BBHAEK9VL!lHflPBBBsVt JnfSl HRFbJ3 yVHsllBBBVJVHSBBBBSr I LUIS portal Is probably the mot modem lu feeling of any doorway to nny or the main group or exhibit palaces. The portal Is Italian reii alssauce In form and treatmeut. but much of the ornamentation Is of more recent origin The photograph give.-- no Idea of the great dlinen sions of this portal, which Is sixty six' reel lu height to the tip of the orna nieut.itioii surmounting the urcli The eagles ubove the line of pilasters of the portal are t feet lu height. The Expoitou palaces ure constructed of grayish cream piaster 111 Imitation of Travuitlue uutible. -- f HANDSOME BOOK ON PANAMA-PACIFI- C INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AND PANAMA CANAL REGION MAILED TO ALL INQUIRERS JrREE OF CHARGE. fopyrltflit. T V International KjKUlon Co. HIS benutlful date palm stands before the southern facade of the great I'aiace or Machinery, Through the planting of rare and beautiful shrubs acid trees from all parts of the world tne Exposition grcMBcU uove aofcutnei) the appearance of a semltropical paradise. 1'ttiwiim-i'auttt- IKI4. by a ' j HANDSOME book of slvty iwges. Illustrated profusely In colors and giving detailed descriptions of the Panama-Pacifi- c International Exposition to be held In San Francisco from Feb. 20 until Dec. 4, 1UI3. and of the Panama canal and the canal region, will be mailed by the Puiiama-PaclllInternational Exposition free of charge to all , The booklet Is Intended as a general yulde to prospective visitors anil will also contain Information concerning the great engineering feat which the Exposition Is to celebrate. Write? to the Manager, the H urea u of Publications. Panama-Pacifi- c International Exposition, building. San Francisco, for the booklet. ' A c liilernatiuuiti Exposition Co. photograph shows the great western portal or entrance way f huge Palace of Fbod Products. ,The half dome Is known as the Dome of Vigor aud Is 113 feet lu height. 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I DEERE i j 1JTAr nuvy ,0 10 K 111c 11111c :,, tu gci mc u villi rfni 4L TAUNT 2 ! : J J t : ; I . txii t VV 2 IL-LIAIV- fi IO Anro t o, f O6 lVllLwLC-ri-, 1- -1-, nru t J BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY.' I WANTED, One dealer or agent in your city and vicinity to sell Evinrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe Motors, which are advertised in all reputable avCBMnci magazines of the world. This advertising ..campaign reaches thousands who have use for portable and detachable rowboat motors, but who would have no use for launches account of lack of time and no summer homes. Write promptly for particulars as to how representatives are BBBaVoTiaW with and .protected. Begin operations at once so as to abtain the full benefit 01 the season. 292 al EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN TB SIDELIGHTS ON EUROPE Facts About Belgium The Present Battle Ground. Belgians Have Been Good Fighters tlielr.Jower curves and upper strata in Belgium, thus making the hilly Since They Met The Lecountry of tho Ardennes on the east, gions of Caesar- f e the great flat heaths of tho moorland in the central portion, and the sandy low country oh the north, which is diked in from the Cam-pin- Flemish, the latter Walloon. Everyone who has read the dispatches from the Belgian center of the war during the past few days lias noticed the frequency of the use of the name of Mouse, the Walloon form of the name of the country's chief river. As Indicated, the topography of the country also is dual in nature. To Illustrate, one may call attention to the fact that the ranges of mountains of Central Europe which in the British Isles, have the former v Who aro tho Belgans, anyhow," sea. one hears asked in discussions of tho Fuctory und Garden. tlcsperao efforts of the Germans to A one observer has nptly said, take foils about Liege, the great insouth or Walloon country is a dustrial city of Belgium, and the re- "The BelgtnnB factory; the northern or Flomlsh of the peated successes part ia a garden." Brabant, In which within the fortifications. Is a link besome German is Brussels, tho capital, "Thero must be tween tho two, both In languages RttPIFf8tS nnOtliei. Mnml In til mil Industries. In Hainan , known heard "the speak French." Such andtho "black country ." thousands who. however, remarks that ho has ve an, labor A recent of miners grow out of tho views, perhaps, repor from Liege, it wil be recalled, genera, vague Impression that tho ' " taori a,1( U' m es n' .mailer countries of Europe aro but ' of tho larger that havo ""u fragments tho surrounding forts, escaped "nncxatlon" by force or Throughout all ages of calm or treaty, and that, therefore, tho pco- .. plo aro closely akin to their more storm, deeplto despot and dema-Jgoguo, social unity has been powerful neighbors, numerous and klng-nn- d tills, impression In mind served in this little European one finds dom, noted for art and Industry and making an Inquiry, ontt-tlncti- y that Belgium and Belgians aro dls- - h- tho battleground of tho Is a dual- - nont. Certain factors havo ever work-t- y unique; that there Flem-hlstor- y Ism that has permeated tho llfo and ed for social nationality. The i"gs, of German decent, being at of her people and the land Itself, which, strange to say, seems the west, close neighbors of France, to havo strengthened' rather than wore tied by many interests to the tendency French; while the Walloons,' of weakened an about tho same blood and speech as toward an Intact national life. tho Gauls and French, were set In Dutch. Walton and ' What may bo termed tho national the east nearer Germany. Singularly household of Belgium contains, two enough, this curious arrangement ethnic stocks. They are the Walloons, has given more of virility to the people in forces of attraction than those of e or Celtic, French-speakin- g South, and the Flemings, or pulsion, 'and today a united country, g people of Teutonic composed of the descendants of the utock In the North. As is well known Germtfns, French and Gauls, resist Germans aro Teutons. Liege Is one of . tho Invasion of the Germans, bao (cause of a national desire for '.. the Waloon cities. instances or trall'ty, and aro aided by the French, are some more At tho beginning of tho tltautlc of the countrv dualism: Ono-haldays produces metals and tho other half European war, now but Walloons, asi a old, correspondents at tho centers grain und food. Tho rule, work In tho foundry and tho of population of tho Old World Flemings on the farm. In tho census flashed to America their opinion by languages, tho number of those that Belgium w8 destined again, speaklug Flemish la somewhat over- - perhaps, to bo tho battleground of one-haof tho total population, but Europe, and ihoy, or commentators, most educated Belgians speak both alluded to tho frightful carimgo In languages and tho laws aro issued In that land to determine tho destinies nations in recent decades and ceii- I bilingual form, Walloon, which is old Gaulish, turies. Tho correspondents have also told and not "corrupt French." Is hoard only in tho rural regions, almost all of tho stubborn resistance of tho now using modern French. gans at Liege against superior for of tho mighty JL, Nearly all the towns, cities and os, of tho deflancq have two names as Doornlck army of Germany by tha (roups of a rivers and Tournay, Mechlin and Malines, kingdom greaJLiy Inferior In size, and of Mods and Bergen, Haas and Meuso of the remarkable "holding-out- " 1 very busy and for a long time. She has led a double life, In that she has great things In tho accomplished gentle arts, while adding to her knowledge of tho business of warfare. It would bo difficult to namo a country as small co rich In hls- tory or so affluent In art. Her sons, Industrious, patriotic and gifted, havo told their country's story In print and by pen, on canvjig, in mural decorations, lir FculpUire, In monuments and beautiful edifices, and at the same time havo devoted skill and labor to the manufacture and maintenance of goat instruments of destruction, which, if good fortimo should fall, could bo turned upon their products of peace. A Lesson of Centuries. How to defend tho national Integrity against the enemy, no matter his name has ben a lesson began to study as early as 57 1). C, or nearly 2,000 years ago. In view of their long schooling, one could expect much at Llegc Even 2,000 years ago Belgians made so strenuous a defense to the Invader no lesser a personage than the great Caesar, Hint they caused his famous Twelfth Legion to waver, and but for his personal courage and leadership they would have won the day. Such was tho Roman's admiration that he granted the conquered country tho potection of Home, tho status of a free people, exemption from taxation, mid the name, style and title of alties instead of subjects. So great an achievement was this conquest regarded In Rome that the sacrificial fires of thanksgiving to gods were burned for fifteen days. When the Roman entered the territory that now comprises the modern Belgium, he found ' that the Nervll, or confederated Belglc tribes, had formed leagues for mutual and that they could put on a war footing the enormous army of 300,000 warriors out of a total population of about a million. 0 The first conflict was between disciplined and soldiers from Rome and 80,000 of the Belglc tribes. They surprised the Romans beforo Caesar could get from his tent. The Roman cavalry vas being overwhelmed when their leader strengthened the wavering lines and the "brave Belgae" found they were hurling themselves against a wall of steel and brass. For hours they vainly attempted to break It, and only 500 were left. Such was Belgian valor then. It may be truly said that the Belgians In every age :whetlier savages, Franks, medaeval Brabanters, Llmburgers, or the modern Flemings or Walloons have grappled with .the Invader, have driven off he Invader, or suffered under him when valor was no match for numbers. The liberty-lovin- g American is caused to wonder, in tho face of the history of this people, what would be their status today had they devoted some of their warlike energy to obtaining tho overthrow of their despotic form of government, and saying, to the world that they would no longer subscribe to that most asinine fallacy, tho "dlvlno right of Bel-glum 50,-00- rfas Led American Voters Intoi Midst of Swamp, Where They Are Floundering Hopelessly, Thero Is- nothing very cljeering in tho asMiranco given by local meat dealers that tho prlco of this commodity Is tending upward and may soon get beyond tho point where sirloin steak will bo wlthlii the reach of only tho lch or those whoso credit Is as good as gold. Sirloin is now 35 'cents a pound In the Trenton market, and will probably go to 50 cents, which Is a trifle more than three cents an ounce. Dog meat, which a few years ago was given away, Is about the best butcher's production that the average wage earner can now af, ford. The new Tariff, which ' it was promised, would smash the Meat Trust Into smithereens, because it would bring Argentina beef Into this country, has not brought the result pledged for It. Argentina beef comes to the Unit ed States In large quantles, but it is promptly gobbled up by the lieef barons, and the consumer Is unable to buy it at less than the price of the native article. Tho lower cost of living wlll-o'- p that charmed the voters In tho United States In 1912 led them Into the midst of a swamp, where they are now floundering helpless and almost hopeless. The President and members of Congress who were elected upon the issue of a reduced cost of living seem to have forgoten their preelection pledge. They are doing nothing that is calculated to improve the living condition of the people of this country who are now suf fering from high prices and hard the-wls- auaauat'T i r "'a1; -- -- . 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Ho says, "After trying a doctor for several months, and using dlfferen kindids of moduicine for ray wifo who had boenroublodwihsevore bowel complaint for several months Ibought a 25c botitfe of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. After using tho eacond bott,o she woe AH entirely cured" For eale toy Dealers. o ELKTON, KY. help parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat- tered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should be vmade early'. Place your son in this select gioup of "Will The Case of I boys. Write !"'. pre-Hnvi- ever-prese- nt re-th- Dutch-speakin- neu-Iler- f" a-f- lf v ' Straight Issue Must' Be Made. Thee is enough pf the minority class when joined with the Free- Trade- - political division, a minority party, to overthrow tho Protectionists, and give the control of Conand ingress to tho dustry .disturbers and we are now In this country. We have 100,000,- 000 people in our United States. reaping the harvest in a period of depression and unrest seldom known kings." Several million of them have come to I ifection and Insect Bites maturity during a period of business expansion not equaled in the history Dangerous. Mosquitoes, flics and othor Insects, of the world and the accomplishment which ibroed quickly 4n garbage palls, was under a Protective Tariff. This ponds of etagnant water, barns.muo-t- y particular element fall hard, from places, etc., aro carrlors of disease. the high standard of American livEvery time they ibltoyou, they inject ing, and we doubt very much If they poison Into your system from which can swallow tho theory end of the may result. situation when their ideals are so somo dread disease Got a bottlo of Sloan's Llnamcnt. It rudely shattered. Tho summer time is antiseptic and a fow drops willneu with its extraordinary atttraclons tralizo the iufection caused by in- adds to the unrest of the middle sect bites or rusty naJJs. S an'B Ldni- - class workers who are forced to curnioni aisinicciB njuya, luruusio mau tail their annual vacations and the Soros. Vou cannot afford to bo with- effect is far reaching. Tho summer out It in your home- - iSIonoy (back it n boarding house people are reportsatisfied. Only 25c. a your Druggist. ing the worst business in their ca' reers, and this means an extension It Will Be Restored. ' pf the curtailment in spending all It the American must compete traced to one source of responsibilthe cheap labor of the world he ity, the Administration at Washingmust subsist as that labor subsists. ton, The voting element in tho Having tried the dear cattle and population o'f this country cheap meat theory as applied. iving can right the wrong in a way this and the altruism of the Under- fall. But a straight Issue must be wood bill as applied to factories, the made, Ignoring the third party or we worklngmau Is ready for the goodl shall get a worse state of affairs old days, when he had high wages than now exists. Fibre and Fabric. and overtlmo. Fortunately for tho Republican party, all other parties Summer constipation Dan- repudiated the policies the 'working-me- n geroua. aro demanding. Protection will is Constipation ln Summer-Min- e bo restore!'. Watertown (N, Y.) moro dangerous than In tho fall, winStandard. ter or spring- - Tho fvod you eat Is n coutanitaated and Is more likely How to Curo a Sprajn. to ferment In your stomach. Then you A epraiu may be cured ln about aro opt, to drink much cold water tfur- -, tho timo required by' tho I'ng tho. Lot .weather), thus injuring usuju. trtatruant byapplyhig Chamber your ptomacli, Colic, Foer--, Ptomaine Iain's LinliuOnt and qbservlng tho di- Poisoning and ohter Ills are natural rections with each battje. 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Poisoning i!u . .aaiAAah. ai ia ..s..a. ,Adsi,i ...,wJl. ..f-Ju- - F' JW I y' itV!MHfVL xmxH T.WllmM.Htx4Mr: l4lK.4miAir.m.jm !JSwwwr.W MfiwnnBWin5rrtv.wiwln-i.- 1 an Austrian advance into Russia' (o pcrienco In the cotton business In ! the eastward, she would seek to to try It j DAVIESS MAY the south and concluded fight her way rcslstlessly through the here. He thinks his yield will nmount Catered according to law at th Pottottlr to 2,000 pounds per ncro and should uussian ucicnsc ami capture St. artford, Ky., a mall aatttr of the Mcond SOON BE DRY bring him between eleven and twelve i , elaM, Hut to swiftly. concentrate an army t hundred dollars. At this rate It could of. the enormous size necessary for very profitably take the place of to- C. M. BA.RNETT, Editor & Proprietor defeat of the san 'overwhelming cxpen- ALUI5QN BARNETT, Associate Editor bacco. It requires no largo LOCal Option French defense, it was necessary to For .t.. Imrnq for housing. The CUltl- - D3.16 violate tlie neutrality of a friendly and the Is lens expensive F.lflf.tion Seotember 2lSt. natlcn. and. so. to the calamity of Address all communications to virion .. .. cro;r s not so long on luuiil, Furllif-the Italian defection has been add-- 1 fba Hartford Republican. smith the boll weevil linn liliidn It tfrt the burden o( a war with the com- hlmost Impossible to grow It. Other rUnl- - Dc,s-- 1 NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS territory must be sought, and why At Farmers Election County Went""!1 force, of oiT BSbtcrlbtra drtlrtOR the pHper ant to ft new Ilolluni!, .urn and Mr. Williams will ship I (J4jMinot give tlicolil ndilriM In mnklnffthe not here? Dry' and The City u U the complication that noemH j this crop to a gin In Tennessee, but rsqqflt. .. to spell the ultimate overthrow of I.ocaU hiu! NotlrpK 10c per line mul Se if It proves successful, he will enBtulneM th greatest and most efficient mil- per line for ea;h mMltlotiHl courage his neighbors to raise It Obltanrlm, Ilmoliitlon anl Curd otTtunMV Itary organization the world has ov y,-year flnd will also increase his " ne.t ' perlloe money In Advance. er sriill. r III 11, un in iiiuuumv, w.u acreage, with a view of establishing Church NotlcM fftr ervliTi free, lint otW Al.lnA,lnHa Pnitnlv .TllilffP- German Heel Is crushed or driven .w care for It. Mr, I llnp. ramus uuji:.ii'o machinery hero to .chares adrertlrniivnt. So per I Cll- - Inmlnr I tin alipltor nf Its RPflPOnst .. , for will recelTe no . ......... . Aaonyinonx uu .,u. iU n.. - I miKKlnr nil MntldnV morltlnK mv .''dlt "...ow llllttniS IS Jliiunii .ii " atUttlou. tereit nn order In county court dl- - Itlflcatlons, and shut up there for the ty, having made tho r&iye for the In t)w tn, r2nrmntiv U'lll tin en '.iii. Rwiiblicn . nominal n for county pnalmn tlml tlicro be held an elec ..0 nf lltn . . . absolutely blockaded that not a and Daviess county caurt cieru '1st year. tlon to determine whether It Is thu pound of foodstuff will find Its way 1Sa She is not , wish of the people of the county, as Into her dominions. How Do You I.Ike It? and Austria will be We were told that the Democrats a whole, that spirituous, vinous and FlllbAY, AUG. 21. would so adjust the Tariff that it malt liquors be sold in the county. bard to it to feed her own armies would reduce the cost of living. We September 21 was the day set for and people, Tariff law the election, and It lacks but a few The Trlpple Entente, on tho oth-- . have had that Free-Trad- o , We always sympatnize wun uie now months and months, but days of boinu seven years and one- - cr hand, having command of the sea, for gone far . under dog. The war has not how about the high cost of living? half since the last option election will be able, to call upon the markets enough yet for us to distinguish him. money goes was held for the- - same purpose. of the world for supplies. Our good American Hope the loss of that" $30,000 abroad, we get the moods but the Tito former election resulted In the But the embroilment of Great worth of Jewelry by Mrs. Bullitt, foreigner gets our money. How do county being voted dry and the city BrltalrT and her allies, Belgium and wife of the Republican nominee for you like it? Pike County News, wet. The order entered on Monday Holland, will have a military a was In response to a petition filed strategic effect, that will go far to short term Senator, will not em- Louisiana, Mo. the candidate in his camon July 20, to which there is ap- defeat the Emperor's Napoleonic barrass ll The War and Santa Clans.. pended 3,300 names of voters in Da- dream of crushing the allies In paign, We hear a great deal about the viess county. ' by an Irresistible initiative. tj, Why should the price of sugar in war's cutting down our supply of When called on Monday morning Great Britain, with the German fleet the same parrel be 20 lbs to the dol- finery and fashions from Paris, and R. W. Slack suggested that the date either crushed or blockaded, will be lar one day and rise 12 lbs to the dol- of phosphates, dyes and chemicals of the election be changed from free to land at once 250,000 men in hours. from Gemany, and somehow we dislar in less than twenty-fou- r which Belgium and Holland. These troops, September 21, as proposed, happening In Hartford? If miss the matter with a mental conIs this would be Monday, to September IS, combined with the mobilized armies bo, the groceryman who owns this viction that In some way we will orecodinK. or Friday. When asked of Belgium and Holland, will consti barrel is subject to prosecution by "get by," as the saying goes. by the court whom he represented tute a total of nearly 1,000,000 men, " a Federal Court. But hov about the War and Sarila Mr. Slack said "the citizens and capable of helng driven like a wedge m i Claus? How is Uncle Sam to fill his taxpayers of Owensboro." Ho de- across the lines of communication W. Sherman Ball, the Republican If he cannot clined to put his "suggestion" In the of the German Invasion of France. Congress in this dis Christmas stockings candidate for pick and choose from form of and it was passed With such a diversion threatening received a splendid vote in his reach over and trict of the toy shops of by the Judge Its flank and rear, the pressure upon own county in the primary, consid- the contents At the UNO of making the order France would be relieved. By tho very light vote polled all Germany. ering the For among its other callings ana for an election, the Judge entered time the 6Ver the State. Ho is sanguine of the. and will at industries Germany has been Vivj fttNJlher order providing for a spe- flanking movement Is In full swing, success in November toy maker so long that world's cial registration, setting the date for the Russian army corps will have once enter upon an actlcecampaign. depend on her to provide U0 ma- September 12. It U not required moved down to confront Germany n. A. jor part of our nursery playthings. For the!ast"tWo-weksHothat everyone again register In or- upon her eastern frontiers, and It O, Stanley has beh looking over, The "Christmas bIiIpb" that put in- der to vote In the local option elec- may well happen that Germany's more thoroughly, the character and to the New York and Philadelphia tion, only those who have been de vigorous offensive will have to give abilities of Hon. J. C. W. Beckham, norts each year are heavy laden with nrlved of that privilege tnrougn way to a defensive fight for her very and nbw announces that he has all Imported toys that are distributed sickness, either of self or family, or existence. the qualifications for a great Sena- broadcast through the land by those absence fom the city on the reguNot Blnce wars begah has so great tor, and moreover he will take the emlssale? of St. Nicholas, the shops lar days. Persons changing their a military people, with such a substump this fall and retract all the and department stores of the towns place of residence from one precinct lime confidence In Its Invincible hasty and unwise things which he and villages. to another, are required to obtain a prowess, played for so great a stake recently said about him. This year, because of the breaking transfer of such voting precinct. as that for which tho German hosts and sys- Two names, those of T. G. Lyons are now battling on sea and land. Except for Xhc unfair tight made up of the trade relations tems, there may bo no "Christmas and J. E. Martin, were withdrawn Should the Teuton win, he will on the tobacco growers and their orcostly from the petition, on their motion. hold all Europe In his "mailed fist," ad- ships," "weighted down with ganization in IS 08 by the State American child may and the flag of his ships of war and ministration, Ahe pool would have bales," and the have to content itself with American-- The Napoleon of the Twentieth Cen- commerce will float undisputed upon been a living, vital saver for them made are tury. toys. These toys the Seven Seas, with nothing to yet. That blow marked the decline good in their ay, for we have start Chief among the many dramatic stand between him and world-wid- e of the organization among the farmEnglish-speakin- g here and there; ers and it has been declining ever ed such factories teen in the busi- features of the opening scenes of the domlnence but the great but we have Hot republic of the New World! great European war drama, is the The tobacco trust knows since. where ness as lone as Germany, Should Germany, In Bplte of her this'and is even now trying to re- families are reared, generation after supberb daring with which the German "War Lord" has launched his stupendous heroism, go dovn to ab- ward its aids, politically. generation. In the trade There are mighty army against what Is prac-tir.ill- v I solute and crushing defeat on land many counties of the State cam- no suchdoltsasthosemadebythe the united naval and mili and sea, th terms of peace may InIn of the Fatherland, who spend tary strength of .the rest of Eu- volve as a guarantee of peace by pre paigns are being inaugurated to wipe venting the upbuilding of another out illiteracy through moonlight their Jives fashioning certain portions rope. and so become schools. Why can't Ohio county Join of the puppet-bodie- s, For the neutrality of Italy has such Tast military organization, tho of the German Confedera the forces. This great work was start- highly expert. withdrawn from the Triple Alliance break-n- p Merchants, with an eye on the far a great army and a powerful navy tion, and Germany's magnificent naed by Miss Cora Wilson Stewart in Rowan couuty last year and by her away holiday, are already beginning of the most modern typo.. This de- val and commercial fleets, to say success has attracted nation wide to reach out for a new source of fection leaves the Mediterranean Sea nothing of her foreign colonies, will attention. The last legislature pass- supply forthejuvenile buyers.and the so completely In the control of the have been wiped off the face of- - the ed an act creating a State Board to result will be bigger orders than Triple Entente, that the Austrian earth. Had Germany shown a less ruthhave charge of this work and Miss ever before to the American fleet will probably, never venture The result may bo that new forth from the protection of its naval less spirit in flinging herseK against Stewart has been placed at its head. During the late State Press Associa- factories may spring up over the base. Tho Austrian army has yet to the rest of Europe In a defiance so tion at Dawson Springs a resolu- country, and a comparatively new win It's laurels; for, as every student bold as to appear almost contemptution was passed by unanamous vote Industry may build a forest of of history knows, the military his ous, she might hope, In the event of against our commer- tory of Austria has been marked disaster, for reasonable terms in the pledging the State newspapers to aid smokestacks Jn any way possible the county school cial sky. more by defeat than victory. With great final accounting. As It Is, EuIt is an ill war, as woll as an ill Russia's army of triple her own rope, If victorious, will take a heavy superintendents and teachers in this wind, that blows nobody any good strength to the north, and with t!he toll. work. and this, conflict In Europe may warlike Serrlans and a 'doubtful The Hartord Herald says that this teach us a needed lesson to do our Italy on the south, Austria will be A Texas Wonder. paper and the Mt. Sterling Gazette own manufacturing in many lines. so closely concerned wlth'hurown dehosito support Willson for will refuse We can weave our own fine The Texas Wonder cures kidney an fense, as to be able to render but Senator. In the same Issue it has the ery, we can concoct our own drugs limited assistance in the immediate bladder troubles, dissolves gnu el, following salty editorial about the and chemicals and dyestuffs if we field of operations covered by the cures ditbetes, weak tnd lame backs, Beckham men. choose. The only thing is to set our German armies. rheumatism, and all Irregularities of "Mr. Stanley ran a splendid minds to the best methods. Upon Germany, then, will fall the the kidneys and bladder in both men race and deserved better treatAnd certainly we can learn to stupendous task of inflicting a 'de- and women. Hegulates bladder troument at the hands of the Beckmake such beautiful toys that a cisive defeat upon the combined arm- bles in children .If not sold by your ham supporters, who tried to European war will not demoralize' ies of France, Russia, 'Great Britain, druggist, will send by mall on remalign him so as to put him out and disappoint our nurseries with a Belgium and Holland, and as eoms ceipt of 1.00. One small bottle is of politics both now and herelean Christmas stocking. two moatha' treatment, and seldom not unlikely, of Denmark also. after, than he received. We hope And, as if this were not enough, falls to perfect a cure. Send for tesMcRejnokln Will Get Nomination.. to never see, another such race. gaunttimonials from this and other states. Washington, Aug. 18. Attorney Germany has boldly flung the Stanley is an able man of W. 26 Olive Street, St. Hall, McReynolds will be' nomi- let in the face of the greatest naval Dr. B.-General Congressional distincpower the world has over sees a nated by the President' to the vaAspects of the Great Uplift. tion, and bis political star has upon the cancy on the Supreme Court within power as yet set." not President Wilson's prediction that Seven Seas as Is her own matchless according to defiSuch support is almost as bad as the next few days, army upon the battleground of Eu- the' effect of the policies of his adOur neigh- nite Information obtained In official rope, out and out opposition.. ' ministration would be to sharpen the bor would like to be able to do and circles .The hone of success for Germany wits of- American business men Is exMr. McReynolds' nomination Is My the things which an honest heart depends upon the quick- - accomjglbsh,-- coming rtrue, prompts, but there Is that political pected to be confirmed during the ment of two stupenaous reyna; Amongiother things, the American present session of Congress in order collar? reports- - that Railway "..Association, may go on the Supreme Court First, a defeat of the combined Brit- g that he 238,642 railroad cars were idle oa OHIO COUNTY COTTON FIELD. at its next term. The president has ish and French fleets ao eerwhUa-lnis to give Germany eomojeto con- May "16, almost 10,000 more than on is not generally known that not selected a man to fill McReyIt trol of the sea; and second. the May 1, and the greatest falling off cotton can be produced in this part nolds' place. launching of the flower of her fray in traffic in 14 years. country profitably, and only of the With" ban clearings lessening. ImFor' Bale. against the French in an attack so small per cent of Ohio county boys ports increasing and Industry halty Three fuU stock- - Poland China swift in movement and so ever saw cotton Dd girls of la numbers, as to rua'le ing, It Is a long time since business growing, notwithstanding it forms Sow Pigs and one full stock male necessary part of the every Pig. Tb,ese pigs will be registered up and break through the defease, men in this country have needed eucb a resharper wits to keep things going. dsf life of each of them. This may in purchasers' name if so desired. and .enable the German army to ' A Ikrgi part of the general pubchanged in a few years. Mr. They are out of registered, sows and peat the triumph of 1870. asd stcb all b conquerors through tb Itoule-vard- s lic, especially the unemployed, have Bep Williams whose farm is in the sired by a registered boar. They are as of Paris! This would leave had a blessed, but. we hope tempo-ra- r BsWKnob neighborhood, near Crom- as welt bred as can be found in the opportunity far low living and luer free to strike with a like swiff; well, has H seres of as fine cotton United States. See ness and concentration at 'Hussla; high, 'It painful, . thinking. New sv could ' be seen in Alabama or S. DEAN W. and with the diversion prodveed W York Mail." Dundee, Ky. Georgia. He has 'bad years of ex- - 5tf Hartford Republican. I FERTILIZERS Pure animal matter Fertilizer pf Wheat. , has al- a r . i ways given good results in the production Inn-rtln- "" -- A liberal use of good Fertilizers most ,!, i always more ' than doubles your yield T I fi5.isr34ii?a' ,iss ! i "lB per acre. Successful wheat growing cannot be accomplished good Fertilizer. without the liberal use of Two generations of farmers in this county have used successfully the HORSE de-ta- riL!j SHOE BRAND of FINE RAW BONE and CORN and WHEAT GROWER. Our warehouse popular brands. is loaded I with these Drive your wagons in Brltlsh-Belglan-Holla- and supply your needs. E. P. Barnes A Bro. Beaver ' D&fti Kentucky. J ?A PAUL WOODWARD HADTPODn. ICV. General Contractor and Builder Dealer in Light Building Materials. Can Mie you money on Cement, Plastering, RooflaK and in tact, eteryifiliiK vch'lrh kocm into a modern building. SKK HIM BKKORK MAklNU i'OUK 1'IiANH. doll-make- rs MRS. MARSHALL BULLITT toy-make- tloncd to reorganize the division boardB, qunlify newly elected trus-tc- s, and transnet such other busiLOSES VALUABLE JEWELS ness as may come beforo tho body. All trustees In the county aro urgently requested to be present a't the meeting In their division. Burglars Take $30,000 Worth Division 4, Mt. Pleasant school-hous- e Monday, Au. 24, 2 p. m. At Stockbridge Division C, Centertown Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2 p. m. Mass. OZNA SHUIrS, S. S. O. C. One small refrigerator. In koocF "Mrs. William Marshall Bullitt, of Louisville, and her mother, Mrs. Os- condition. Call or address E. M. WOODWARD. car lasigi, who are at the summer homo of Mrs. Iaslgl at Stockbridge, Mass., wore robbed last night of Jewelry valued at more than $30,000, News of the theft was received here la a telegram this morning, and Mr. Bullitt, who luts just returned to Louisville, was notified over the telephone. According to the news dispatches, The Even lug Post says: For 'Hitfe. A Choice Morsel well-earn- ed nt to-da- y. - ew-whelml- ng the robbery 'was committed early In the evening. The thieves made their way le the upper part of the house and opened a, small safe in a wall, In which the jewelry was kept. Both Mrs. Bullitt and Mrs. Iaslgl suffered heavy losses. The articles stolen from Mrs. Bullitt Included many of her wedding gifts. Among them, was pae of Mr. "Bullitt's. gifts, a watch set with diamonds. Mrs. Isslgi'a wedding gift was also stolen, a dlasapBd duster with,, a huge stone la the center. Mrs. Iaslgl. was robbed of three pearl necklaces of great, Value. The Piakertoas have been set to work on the case, In addition to the invites consumption. Tho horse is a fastidious animal, who showa,"b his form a proper appreciation of." care, Your na7, feed and grain, should be up to the standard ,pf quality. Good, things axe insured I Boston police. to those who deal with us. Mr. Bullitt stated today that he Is confined, to the,t,op grade, had been notified of the robbery, but while our prices aregrouader. i not give any details. Our--stoc- could Naticn To Trustees. I will meet' 1he trustees of the different divisions of the county at the following places on dattn men- - . Tha Produce Merchant HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY' W. E.ELLIS. - ... Mr. J. W. Smith and Miss Iris Ii. Huff, Fonlsvllle, wcro married at the residence of Mr. Lon Hhoads Wednesday. Itev. I'ettlc, pastor of the. MaptliU Church, officiating. DEMOCRATS EAT . esssstsssssssvsssfs&sssss I Now I new Fall Dress Arriving m HUMBLE PIE Act is Used Quell Jir. JaKc Ilyers, Central City, nnd l FORD'S I Our advance styles in I Miss Lena Kellcy, Itockport, were married at the county clerk's morning. Hey. U. W. Na pier, pastor or tuc Mctiiouist Church, performed tho ceremony. office-yslerda- Aldrich Currency Now To Panic. Washington, August 19. "In tho face of the greatest financial panic the county has ever known, the Democratic party In Congress had to turn hack to the Republican currency law to avert financial disaster," says n statement Issued by the Republican1 Congressional Campaign Committee. "Never, perhaps, did a great party In complete control of all tho branches of government over eat such humble pie as did tho Democrats when they asked tho Congress to use the terms of tho Vreeland-Aldrlc- h currency bill to save tho country from a panic. "For five years tho Vreeland-Aldrlc- h currency bill has been the sourco of criticism by the Democrats. They attacted It from every side. Yet when they came to pass their own Glass-Owe- n currency bill for the purpose of preventing panics they embodied therein the essential features of the very measure which thy had attacked. "Scores of times on the floor of both tho House and Senate Democrats declared the Glass-Owe- n bill would render a panic impossible. Democratic stump speakers took up this assertion and declared a measure had finally been found to put an end to panics. The Democratic press followed with fulsome praise of the proposed panic panacea. "Then the Democrats passed the Glass-Owe- n bill. That has been a law for eight months, but organization under it had not been effected. Then the great stocks and bonds were dumped on America. The country was seized with financial fear. Something had to be done. It was reported that the Democratic Glass-Owe- n bill, which had been so widely heralded, could not be put into working effect for thirty days more. In that thirty days business might bo paralyzed. The situation was critical. lte Deputy Sheriff 8. A. lira teller nnd Mr. K. P. Mooro PRICES REDUCED! Saturday, Aug. 1. Roadster Touring Car F. O. 13. returned Wcdnee-- I Goods, J Silks, Wash Fabrics, Wool Challies, Percales, Ging- dny from Urownsvlllc where they delhercd to the authorities of county George It. Higdon, who Is wanted there for attempted rape. $440.00 $490.00 DETROIT. tf I hams and White Goods are now being received. JKm We are showing the latest The Hnptlst Association held at Walton's creek last week was one of the most successful ever held nnd much pralso Is being given the Wal- ton's Creek Church for the manner iln which the visitors were enter l 1 New Car Load in Stock at talncd, Dr. L. U. Bean will conduct n Madisonville. Buy Yourself a Ford at 1915 Prices 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 fair be- at tho Ohio County Fair grounds ginning Sept. 23 and continuing four dajs. Dr. Ilcan conducted the fair last year with marked success. The catalogues will be out in a few days giving full particulars and compris ing a most liberal premium list. Keown and Marshal raided a number of blind tigers in Haytl last Saturday night and placed under arrest S. B. Brook-in- s, Bill Talor, Basil Lawrence and Murtln Collins, colored men. Each gae bond In the sum of $50 in Judge Wilson's Court. It Is reported that a fine lot of tho "overjoyful" was also taken In charge by tho officers. Sheriff OH Wclli Doing Well. The oil fields are in good shape notwithstanding that a lot of bad luck has been encountered In drilling. The West Kentucky Petroleum Co., shipped 2,000 barrels last month. Vance No. 1 well Is down 1,550 ft., and will come in next week. It gives great promise of being the best well drilled in the field. BARNES AUTOMOBILE CO. (INCORPORATED.) CENTRAL CITY', KY. 'in stock. laaies 10 a Courteous sales assisi you in a m Mean patterns fiio:, Cape Coat G091, t for- rrice, .s cent, each get these advantages, and remember that your selections. Don Skirt LET US DRESS It Pays To Trade With a House That Saves You Money. j& YOUR BOY TOO Joifev g, llirtliday Party For the Kaiser's Brother. J&x&'&Gb. I Hartford Republican FUIDaW AUG-- . Fight the flies and mosquitoes by getting your Screen Wire Cloth at S. L. King's. fcl. Sheriff S. O. Keown was at Dawson Springs for several days, returning Wednesday. Mr. J. C. Barnard, assistant depot agent, left Wednesday for a few days' visit to friends In Evansvlllo. Misses Mary Laura Pendleton and Dulah Moore hare returned from a visit to friends at Dundee. Tho Baptist Sunday school pic nic yesterday was largely attended and thoroughly enjoyed by all. Misses Lureno and Kennedy Col lins returned yesterday from an ex tended visit to relatives at Elkton. Mr. and Mrs. John Dodson, Beech Grove. McLean county, aro visiting rolatives In and near town this week. returned Miss Katie Pendleton Wednesday from Livermoro where she had been tho guest of Miss Rebecca Shultz. Mrs. Ernest TweedilelPand little son. Richard Pendleton, of Henderson, are the guests of Mrs. P. D. Tweeddcll, route 3. Messrs. T7 H. Black, J. 0. Her and E. G. Barrass have purchased the fine bottom farm of B. W. Rial, two miles west of, town. Messrs. Martin Thomas and Es1- till Barnett spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Dukehurst locating some boundary land lines. and MIbb Miss Elsie Mathews Maude Dennlson, Hamilton, Ohio, are Jhe fcuests'ot the former's father, , squor,Ht)cr Matnews. fc Nebraska Indians HARTFORD At Cast End Spt. 2 and&; K fe Everybody Comcl fc SifcWft'k Miss Maurlne Mrt Rockport, Kf. . friends fa MIm Qayle TtiMtKtr 'hits 'returned from a tJbU, ' Mr and .Ml MliVWinnrt Ens-land-. Paradise. FWa M. Brown, Center- VoM, Were ttarrled by County Judge Wi'hYZfo at n'ls office list Monday. Mr. wWffiTB'alze and daughter Miss Rodney, 'Owensboro, who have been vlsl'ting the afrally of Mr. C. P. Keown, returned home yesterday. Mr. Wes Hocker' lost a valuable livery hQrs'e atCoop'er & Co's. stable Wednesday night. It had been given informtoo much grain, so' We ed by Dr. Wallace RlMy. " Our old friend, Mr. Q. 'Davis Royal, FordsvllleT who Is the'guet of his r. Thomas Wallace.' East Hartford, paid us an appreclat-- d call, while In1 town 'Monday.' Mr. H. F. Lowe,, rural carrier 6n No. 2, is' taking 'his Annual 'vacation. He left' Tuesday to. visit, relatives 'in Boultfern In'dltaa and Vhile. tlfefe will tak In t&e,Roc,kM(t 'fair. fc Grand Admiral Prince Henry of Prussia, the Genian emperor's sailyears or brother, will be fifty-tw- o old today, having been born in Berlin on August, 14, 18G2. Officially the affable Prince Is a warrior of the sea, but he has often been called upon to act as the trade "drummer" for his emperor brother, and In his capacity of traveling man for commercial Interests he German recently made a tour of Brazil. Argentina and Chile. While it is true that Prince Henry carried no sample trunks and did not directly call on merchants and manufacturers to solicit orders for the products of industrial Germany, his mission was distinctly commercial. Plnce Henry, besides being an admiral and a commercial traveler, Is a yachtsman, aviator, motorist, golfer, cyclist and "cinema" operator. In South America he made his own moving picture films, having been Instructed In the art before leaving the fatherland. He Is very demo cratic, and put on no "side" on board ship, mingling with the 'oth-o- r passengers in the smoking room, cracking Jokes and telling yarns, h "drummer." Just like a It was observed that the prince wore a turned "up and down" collar with his dinner Jacket a. sartorial combination that Is little short' of a crime, In the opinion of the arbiters of 'masculino fashions. It was generally admitted in the German press, that tho visit of tho prince and princess to South America was for the purpose of fostering trade relations. The Berlin papers declared that Colonel Roosevelt's Journey south of the equator was Intended to strength!! the influence of the United States In that part of the world, and the prince's Journey was described as a counteracting -' measure. emperors brother has never The entertained a deslra to fight the Eng lish, an he Is personally Very fond of John Bull's Island and its people,. He has visited England whenever opportunity offered and has remained as long as possible. The prince has always expressed indignation at the Jingo utterances of Berlin and 'London newspapers. sure-enoug'- BSfm w tW 1 "Tbeir elriit-months-o- ld currency bill Could not do the business. The president and his secretary of the treasury knew it. They were grasp-fa- g for a relief measure. The fact was forced upon them that the old Republican Vreeland-Aldrlc- h measure was their only salvation. So with bitter reluctance they asked Congress to use Its provisions to save the country. Congress did and the panic was averted." lie flKflUJIl Owensboro Optical House. Hartford, Ky Nov. 1. I have used "lasses made by R. C. Hardwlck's Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my entire Batisfaetlon. His house and machinery for making lenses are the most complete in the State, and he employs none but experienced workC. M. BARNETT. men. Mrs. Mary I. Hoke. Mrs. Mary P Hoke, 75 years old, died of paralysis at 12:30 o'clock yesterday afternoonat Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, where she was taken Thursday from the Cook Benevolent Institute, Seventh and Kentucky streets, after suffering a stroke of paralysis. Mrs. Hoke was a native of Hartford, Ky., and is survived by several grandchildren. Funeral services will be at the institute at 10 o'clock this morning. Burial will be Courier in Cave Hill cemetery. m YOU'LL BE PROUD OF YOUR BOY WtiEN HE WEARS OUR CLOTHES. THE BOY WILL BE PROUD OF HIMSELF. OUR STYLES IN BOYS CLOTHING ARE THE LATEST. OUR MATERIALS ARE RIGHT IN PATTERN AND QUALITY-STROAND DURABLE-JU- ST THE KIND TO STAND THE HARD WEAR OF THESE BUSY LITTLE FOLKS. YOU CAN BUY WHAT YOU WANT FOR THE CHILDREN IN OUR STORE AND THE PRICE WILL LE LOW FOR THE HIGH QUALITY WE GIVE YOU. WE WELCOME GHILDREN IN OUR STORE. NG Journal. Mrs. Hoke was a sister to Mrs. Sallie Peyton Crowe, an account of whose death at Denver, Colo., Is given elsewhere in this paper. Baseball In Taylor Mines. Cleaton defeated; Taylor Mines Sunday, score 7 to 2. Parker Is some pitcher. He is the warmest thing we have been up against this season. We had a new pitcher, Mr. Koantz. from Penn. He Is a nice pitcher. He had Cleaton at his mercy for five Innings. We were badly handicapped, two of our best players being out of the game. Ament, our star left fielder, was stckahd we sure missed him, LteVchftaU comes Sunday and they haVe a fetrong bunch and Will make, us Kb tiofee to win. W6ud like to arrange two games for ttoVt day with Hartford and Equattty o be played .at Bea,ver 4 Dam. . . ALBERT. LEACH. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED, Hartford. Kentucky. m of her men and women cannot read or write, and. are, thus deprived of the privileges of citizenship and of life. These men and women are mostly native whites. Many of. them, at least, are ambitious. However much they may hunger for an education, the day school caq offer thesi no opportunity. U must accommodate the children.. The State' is deprived, of the service of Jhese unfortunate m$n and, women, and the scneol Is deprived ot their intelliThree weeks' Ingent moonlight schools would struction In write, at enable them to read-'ianleast, and when, given .the keys to knowledge, tbey will proceed to unlock the treasure, house for, themselves. gs a better and more Intelligent for the sake of a more creditable record when the census of 1920 is taken, for the sake ot the Commonwealth, which, when, crime cltl-ensh- ip, Prince Henry visited the United States In 1902 and i was given a very cordial welcome In New York, Washington and other cities to visited. breaks out or epidemics prevail or dark days come, looks upon Its as the, cause arid laments,' "My people are confounded tor want of knowledge." We appeal to 'every public and private school teacher to enlist ;and start annoealjgbt school on the evening of September J, and tq .every cltlwa to seek ,nt and, Instruct some oae or mof. illiterates. "One thousand moonlight, schools, fifty tbpusand adults enrolled, t,en mxteefer. Miss 'Mi? fttfrKn 'returned from Ba'wsoH'Sprfags, Wednesday; U"jude" Wtfd Mrs. 'John B. Wilson.' ' Wrtraon 8prlns this wee. ' Miss Mildred ShaVer, EarHnglon,' "VhJ!Urir Mr. and MrsV E. T. ' iWms. . " .'Prof, and Mrs. H. B. Brown' are spending a fewi days at Dawson 're "" father-ln-laV'M- For seventeen years the Nebraska Indian Base Ball Twin contorted' tot marvelously expert genuine Indian Base Ball players. Jhas traveled through the Bsfcefn wid Southern States maklB'g a 'great reputation wheravsr they appeared. 'Tbey hold the world1 reocjrd fdr straight 'gaase won. Durtotg 'the 'season to WlZ they won 26 dtft of ,27 'straight jfames ' 27th toibtfu'Mlh.' "Nebraska 'laftuui The Can 1F6V Volunteers'. tyhtte European countries are' calling for volunteers in a conflict ot war,' "Ken'tucky is'callfaE 'for conflict of peace, a conflict volun-tCerV- 'Sprint. Mr. llTTsr VhlJh. rlf eventually' and successful ly "waged, Vul Insure to the people of 'thlss;great "nation a new era or from Aug;, peace, 'h'a'ppfness and prosperity. "Ken- Olpnn and daughter, and Miss Nancy Ford, Miss Leila Ued 'friends' "near Dukehnrst this the Hartford teamn.'Jsept, 2, anaat Erfrft'Bud Park, Hartford. wlllr - " thousand Illiterates, taugbf.ls our aim for 1914. Lei all trae and patriotic Kentucklans,'mea, women and Tor the sake ot this great army children, rich and peer, young t and old, white and colqred, enlist or tucky ''baVone blight and blot Upon of benighted men and women, for service In Kentucky's conflict, agajnat sake of their children and .their hrVecordlit th'ls tlnte.'and 'tha't is the sake of the the "high percentage of illiteracy grandchildren, for the KENTUCKY JLLITEACf CQM. cause ot education, for the sake ot among her 'ad u'lt population. "lOS.ori i A ..v . KjaAOMWuuw jwMm&: MiiliiJjJJaJlwiiMlijTjijiftiitti;",;,,-;-, "1rTJ"TiitDiii am HMSEVELT ON EUROPEAN WAR Says Monroe Doctrine Saved Us From Being Drawn In. Hnrtford, Conn., Auk. 15. Nearly half tho political speech Col. Theodore rtooscvelt delivered tonight before the Progressive state convention here was devoted to a discussion of Ihe .cataclysm that has engulfed .Europo In war. If the Monroe Doctrine had not been steadfastly maintained, he said, the United States in nil probability would hnve been drawn into tho struggle. "Africa, south of the equator," he said, "Is being drawn Into the would not however, if you should give them a trial- - They Btrenstti-e- n and invigorate ttic stomach nnd enablo i o perform its functions nat Treaties Worth Xothing. Rcs'e Rish Wabash urally- - Mrs. "Within a fortnight we would have Ind., writes ''Nothing did me the 's had fresh proof of the utter worth-lesune- least good until I began using of treaties, of names signTablets. It is decidedly the ed to plecss Of paper, unless backed best JmjJichio for stomach (trouble I have- ever usoc-by force, of power or Interest For sale by n.'l -- m dealera violation. proposed arbitration treat' Apples and the War. ics would not be worth the paper on The crop of apples In the United which they were written If any great States this year is large, estimated .military power thought It could vlo- -' ?.t from 5Q million to GO million late them with Impunity". We would bDVreis. Nova Scotta has about ono have bound ourselves to wait a year million barrels and Canada has at or eo while u Joint coMMi&SlOn pur-buf- least three times as Matty apples ns jlU WGafy courses of investigIt had last Beasbtt., Heretofore practiation; and during that time an Old cally nil the apples fefrtWh In Nova World military power, if it desired Scotia have gone to England. The to retain Its new possessions, could same is true In Canada. In addition make a Gibraltar of one of our West to this, applo exports from New Yorfl Indian islands, or of Magdalena Bay, and Bonoh always have been heavy. and it could then defy us to turn it In the heavy seasons during the out cave at the cost of war which past ten years we consider three as any now might be as dreadful million barrels going abroad an avraging." erage season. There Is no doubt that meetIn resolutions adopted at a If there had been no wnr and the ing prlr to the arlval of Col. Roose-vel- t, crop conditions on the other side reConnecticut Progressives this season the same as they are, that affirmed their allegiance to the prin- our apple exports would have run ciples of the national platform, in- close on to five million barrels. dorsed Theodore Roosevelt for the Summed up briefly the millions of presidency, condemned the Democrat- barrels of apples that usually go ic national administration as "disabroad must be consumed In the astrous to the interests of this state," United States this year. be "a calamity and declared It would It Is undoubtedly the worst outa disgrace to our state If our people, look that packers have ever had to in the just effort to robuke Demo- deal with jio far as the apple propcratic Incompetence, were left with osition Is'concerned. no alternative except to vote a restoration of power to the discredited and This? Republican organimachlne-rldde- n W9 offer One Hundred Dollars zation," and favored a permanent, Reward for any case of Catarrh nonpolltlcal tariff commission. ee Cham-beri.aln" &.--Tej in it. We would have been drawn In the same way If It bad not been for of tho great principle observance that this continent shall not bo treated as a place for territorial aggrandizement by Old World powers. "The pdaco of the western hemisphere largely depends on the preservation of this doctrine. It is for this reason I feel that arbitration treaties now pending in the Senate would, if adopted, bo Inimical to the Interests of the United States and of peace. "Under tho proposed treaties, If, as a result of this war, Denmark or Holland should part with their Old World power, or If at some future time Mexico should part with Bay to some Old World power, we would be bound to join in the creation of a commission to investigate all the nmtters at hand before we could take any action. Mag-dale- fight, although without any Interest Inclined to extend tohcm the cold shoulder and leave their candidate, PInchot, to hustle for himself. This Is a mistake. Roosevelt has Rtrongly expressed himself In regard to the Pennsylvania situation and after his return from Spain mndo n strong personal appeal to the voters 3f tho state In Pittsburgh. It stands to reason that the In luencc and strength of Roosevelt should bo exercised In his home state and ho would rather sec 1 Unman nominated and elected governor of the Empire State thnn anything else Just now. If the situation becomes much Col. Roosevelt more complicated may even cancel his Now Orleans and confine himself to New ork. With the Republican party divided and with the Democratic party at outs with Tammany, Now York looks o bo an open field for almost any candidate In November. Col. Roosevelt Is always a potent factor In any cause ho advocates nnd he is heart and soul In the Progressive fight. Ilinmnn has always been according .1 Republican to strict party lines. Ho declares that he Is but wisely adstill a Republican, mits that ho Is willing to accept tho nomination from any party, and with Roosevelt behind him he may receive votes from tho three parties so far In the field. Roosevelt Is a practical man. He Is always looking for results. He does not believe In wasting energy. Therefore he will not be heard In many states this fall nnd will confine his attention to New York State. ed orders of finished nnd ecml-fln-Ishc- d with products, as compared June 30, 1913, over BO per cent. Directory professional HOTEL Constipation yourself to becjnio Don't permit constipntcd, ns your system immediately begins to absorb poison ik,.sii o backedup wnMc matter- I ' from Dr.- - King's New Life Pil's nnd k c i well. There Is no better safesu.. M against Illness. Jus nko one dose 2oc- - a. your Druggist. lmpoi tat inim of Corn. We read with much Interest the statement that tho importations of Argentine corn into the United States last week amounted 1 0,000,-001- 1 bushels where only 3,000,000 were expected. In the same agricultural story It was claimed that title old Japan has figured out that she can land her surplus corn crop on the Pacific Coast and make money at It under the ninrkct scale or corn prices now prevailing In tho United States. Patagonia, Northern Siberia and the Kalllr country are yet to he heard from, but judging from the present trend of events the American farmer will soon come to a beautiful realization of what It means to mercan-dls- e his crops "In the markets of the world." Ds Moines (In.) Capital. ness. Causos Sick- POWHATAN H1NGTE D.C. .lOFAMERICANl DtiUS In a city where cood hotcli abound, the Powhatan heads the Int. It U first la the hearts of Its countrymen. ' I SPECIAL TO WOMEN Tho most economical, cleansing and germicidal of all antiseptics is Not So Strange After All. so trouble by ChamberJaln'3 Tub els. You You may think Jt strange that A soluble Antiseptic Powder to be dissolved in water as.needed. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches in treating catarrh, Inflammation or ulceration of nose, throat, and that caused by feminine ills It has no equal. Tor ten years thn Lydla E. PInkharu Medicine Co. has recommended Paxtino in their nrlvata nnrrnsnnmlflnrn with women, which proves its superiority. women wno have been cured say it is "worth Its weicht in cold." At druKclsts. fSOc larco hnr. nr hv l The Paxtoa Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. m-il- aar fXZ& && ffimgxxm I?.d TRAOr.1 cTkTTkr Piwutlr obtained In m let). Vie Obtain patent--- . MlcoUutiies, or THAT PAtajlwrtlM them thoroughly, our , anaueip you 10 surcest, eipen-smodel, photo cr ;etch for FREE report xg years' practice. on paianiaoimy. BUR- PASSING RIFCDENCCS. ForfreoOald uoo on rronubla Patents writ to B03-S0- B xMsninuTun, Savsnth Str-oot-, t. c. Daily Courier-Journ- al $6 a Year Sunday Courier-Journ- al How's ''Some twenty yoars ago I used and Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy ," writes Geo- - W. Brock, puWslicr of tho Enterprise, Aberdeen, Aid. "I discovered that it for was a quick and safe euro diarrhoea. Siuco then no one can eell me anyhtlng olso said to bo 'juvst as fioctl.' During al.' Uiceo jears I have usedd it and "recomondedd it many times, and It has never anyone-For sale by AH dlsap-polnttU " Tho Twenty Year Test. that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. $2 REAL a Year NEWSPAPERS F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. Ve, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe liim perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. NATIONAL BANK OK COMMERCE. Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Bold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. pollers. Having His Strength. On Labor Day Col. Theodore Roosevelt expects to be in New Orleans. Louisiana politicians are much at eea. There Is'a split in the ranks of Democracy which the colonel hopes to widen. There Is a likely probability that tho Progressives may succeed in controlling tho state. This Is very Interesting to Col. Rosevelt, but not nearly as much so as the problem in New York which t remains to bo settled. There U another little thing which is disturbing the colonel. He hss a law suit on his hands with Chairman Barnes ot the Republican state committee. It may not amount to a great deal, but Barnes Is vigorously demanding a trial before the November election, and while Col. Roosevelt declares ho U unxlous for tho caso to be heard in September, he has not yet filed his answer. ' n fuct that Col. It is a Roosevelt is not tho robust mau ho onco was and under advice of his physician is saving his strength. To the Progressives in Pennysl-vnnl- a it looks us if the Colonel is well-know- Shrinkage in Prices and Business. e TarTho effect of tho iff on the business of one of the largest concerns ot its kind in the country Is recorded as follows by the New Free-Trad- York Sun: The report of the Republic Iron and Steel Company for the six months ended June 30, 1914, Issued to stockholders emphasizes in a large way, according to the directors, the general bad effect on business resultAre you Interested In what Is taking from Tarlf reductions and trade ing placo Uuy by day all over the hesitation Incident to the enactment world? If you are you NEED THE of now laws and the discussion of COURIER-JOUNRAradical legislation. If thore is an aBent in your town "To what extent," says tho report, glvo hltn a trial order ono month- "tho management of tho company Dally 50 cents, with Sunday 75 cents. was uble to adjust operating costs If thero Is no agent in your ttfwn to suit conditions of restricted de- glvo your order to the paper in mand and extreme competition im- which this advertisement appears posed by tariff reductions and oth- (you may fc'et a special clubbing er Influences without reducing labor rato), or send tho order direct to rates, It muy be stated that the prin- tho Courier-Journa- l. cipal products manufactured by tho has WEEKLY COimiER-JOUnXA- L company were reduced In cost dur- been .discontinued, but FARM AND ing tho past, six months, as compar- FAMILY, a most excellent Illustrated with (he cost o'f the preceding six ed monthly magazine, is a worthy months period, by approximately 8 successor. Tho prlco Is only 23 cents per cent the selling prices, of tho a. year. Ask for a samplo copy, principal products were reduced ap- ' "BoilriBCrJoiirnal Compang proximately 20 per cent the contraction in volume ot business, measured Incorporated ' by the company's capacity, about ,3 LOUISVILLE, HV, per cent and tho shrinkage iu unfill L. Market Reports Best Foreign News Best Political News Best of Everything Best for Everybody Best Best Best Best National News State News Local News . Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aftLaw Attorney er 3d Monday In .March, Tuesday after 3d Monday iu June, Tuesday aftKY. HARTFORD, er 3d .Monday In September, Tuesday after 3d Monday In December. ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVRIN lie L. A. McDanlel, Uockport, Friday This office Is equipped for handThe PowhMan offers rooms 3d Monday iu March, Friday after with detached bath at $1.30. after 3d Monjday In June, Friday ling Commercial Law and Collection J2.00 and up. Rooms with priafter 3d Mommy In September, Items as well as other legal and vate bath, $2.50, 3.00 and up. Friday after 3d Monday In DeWrite for booklet with map. matters. Practice In all the cember. M M. LEWIS. CLIFFORD S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday courts. Prompt and vigorous service. uas.rcr. after 3d .Monday In March,, Wed- M. L. Hca rlii's Office. nesday after 3d Monday In June, tql Wednesday after 3d Moidlay iu Sen- I'H'MmHiHUtHdl'"''" tlTTiHJ SIMtrl teiubor, Wedncsdny after 3d Mon- - IT. V.VIlKS11!TTO. Criimnrll, Ky lliuitonl, Kj, 'uay In December. iillisi-tlfj U. C. Tlchtmor, Ccntcrtoun, Satiml STRATT0N & MARTIN urday after 3rd Monday In each HAVE YOUR SUITS month. Attornoys at Law WInson Smith, Select, Tuesday H CROMWELL, - KY. after I'd Monday In March, Tuesday after --'d Monday In May, Tuesday Will practice their profess on in after 3d Mondnv In AumiKt. Tnr-s- and djolniug counties. Collections. day after --'d Monday In November. Commercial and Criminal Praetlco a y w. s. Dean, Dundee, DyePrompt and vigorous after tho second Monday In Specialty. March, Wednesday after 'M Monday service- - Notary lu office. t ing In May, Wednesday after 3d Monday Ladies work given in August, Wednesday uftcr 2d .Monday iu November. ' Hen F. Rice. Pntilai-lllTiir!nv after 2d Monday In March, ThursCleaned I day after 2d .Monday in May, Thurs day alter 2U Monday In August, Thursday after 2d Monday lu NoTo do any kind of VeterinaWork called for vember. ry work. Uorses, mules and Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftcows need not die for want of er 2d Monday In March, Friday after 2d Mnnilnv In Mux- - I'rl.l-L- r .M Club $1.00 Calls answered attention. '.Monday In Auniisr. Friday aftnr 2d day or night. Monday In November. ) 1 UAiii-i-UKlPOLICE COURT. O. C. Martin, Judge; McDowell A. Hartford Pressing Glilu, Veterinary Surgeon Fogie, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, Marshal; Court conxenes secoiW .MonKy GUNTIIKR LD(S.,CENTER ST. day In each month. City Council J. C. Her, Maor; R.HARTFORD, KY. j. k. ucan, treas i. luuins, urer. .xioniDers or council j. r. uci-nct- t, Capt. A. D. White, A. E. Pate. J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yelser, W. H. uiucspio. School YOU man: R. Trustees J. D. Duke. Chair-. The National Weekly T. ("fllllliq Sopp,tnr- - lit-J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, South Services vl Laxtiyr VUntil this year morning nnd evening eveny first and CtUltt'i has been Treatment third Sunday In each month. Sunsold at $5.50. Nonr day school a. in. Pracr moot--ln- g thc price is $2.50 for WEAK every Wednesday evening. Rev. andnchavesecumt LUNGS or B. W. Napier, pastor. a concession tx hereBaptist Church Services morning by txe can offer it CONSUMPTION anJ evening every second nnd fourth at a still further Sunday in each month. Sunday school reduction in conIf you mention this paper we will send you 9:45 a. m. Prayer mooting every nection xxlilt tiliu Wed a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for nesday evening. Rev. A. S. Pottle, publication. feeling, coughs, pains pastor. tired, that chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak in Christian Special Offer to Our Readers Church Services lungs or consumption. third and fourth Sunday at 11 a. tu. Kecocnuine the ercai ilcmaml for Collitr't at 10CK BOX 616 aiil 7 p. in. Sunday bchool 0:30 OHIO MEDICAL CO. a. in. the new price, e haxc maile arrangements to COLUMBUS, 0. ofTcr it am our own publication each one )rar Elder Gwlnn, pastor. (or the rice of Caffrr'talojir, TT,n itahinitci) SECRET SOCIETIES. clTcjanJ must be taktn adatitacco(irorauily. iin i ihiiiiiiim iirinsr Lodge No. f.7.", F. and A. Ilartrord M. meots every first Monday night What You Get n Collier's In each month. W. S. Stevens, W. Collirr'$ i the one bie. Indeprndent, (eailcks M.; Owcui Hunter, Secretary. weekly o( the whole country. Not out) is it the Kind citiirn's handbook but it is alio a Hartford Chapter No. SI O. E. S. niaenzinc (or the ho!c (amity. Amonc the meets every second and fourth Montlunes that a year's subicri-moeivts aiei day evenings, Mrs. J. H. Williams, 1000 Editorial. W. M.; .las. H. Williams, W. P-600 Newt PboUs Succeed v.hen everything else falls. Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. 250 Short AiKclat In nervous prostration and female Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knight ISO Short Stories 100 IlluitratcU Teaturea weaknesses they ore the supreme of Pythias meets every Tuesday even2 Complete Novel remedy, as thousands have testified. ing. Jno. W. Taylor, C. C; W. It. HedricU, K. of R. & S. Collier's FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Hartford Tent No. 09, K. O. T. M. STOMACH TROUBLE Hartford Republican moots oery first and tnlrd Thursday it is the bct,t medicine ever told nights, it. T. Collins, Commander; over a druggist's counter. E. P. Moore, RccorU Keeper. Acme Lodgo No. 339 I. O. O. F. meets "every second and fourth Friday nights in each mouth. C. M. Burnett, Noble Grand; W. R. lledrlck. Sqcrotary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. moots every second and fourth nights In each month. Tom AND DEFENDED. . "xx. I Jilio7fiiuto:iuriirtiwwSiuiJ'-7r'lMrt- ,JJ Williams, Council Commander; W C. iidVm-- , bow to obUln wwuU. trvla uuU,l trr -UrAf I. ",or Wallace, Clerk. I coDTliirhU. etc-- IM All CAUNTRIEB. Z"" ATmiu MtMn.pl.clty Mai cVieKfi1."1 Sunshine lllvo No. 42, L. O. T. M.. Euslittsi il.rrtlKU nasmitgiom tavtf imr.m reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in ileailj. mouryamloJUHIHfaUHi. meots every first and third Friday r every city and town In the United States and Palaat and Infringiment Practlca txciutiviiy. Canada, or by mall direct. More sold thaa nights In each month. Mrs. Attyo WrUa or coma to Ul at Ath-Caml fh i -usim w ties iliaiOUC ..7 -- .... mtlra ft Elsatb. Itrwt, Mar Valtat Stataa Ntaat OaVM, I Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. ii. McCALL'S MAGAZINE p. c. E. MIsehKc, Lady Record Keeper. w,wnpTon. afore subtcrihra llian ihw' .I..i t..i.t.. Ke stone Chapter No. 110, It. A. k naeszlna million a month. Invaluable. Lit- est styles, patterns, dresimaklnir, mllllnety, M meets ovcry thlrU Saturday night plain in each month. John T. Moore High T ettqu-tt- sevrlnir, fancy needlework, hilrdresslnJ. good stories, etc. Only 60 cents Priest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. r Jeae (worth double), Including a free pattesn. auoicrroe .tooay, or send lor Sample cory. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. Stato Offlcers-tPresldo- nt. J. II. Mc- - laVONnFRCTIf. nunlirruruTo to Agents. brings Conncll, Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presi- I and new cashPostal offcia. premium ClUlorue prise Address dent, J. II. Burnoy, Muhlenberg Co.; IU MCCAU. C3. EM U 344 W. 371k SL. NEW YOB Secretary & Treas., S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. H. MKKMB'S SEEM SUCCEED I Hartford, Ky. SPECIAL OFFER: Members State Executive Boar- d'Mada ta balM Watr. Baalarw. AtrUlwUl Bon Watson, Webster county; J. W. mnn j'"i "" i" v and CURE THE LUNGS Dunn, Daviess county; Hujiry Plrtle, HiUk. 17 Y.rlfttMl Ut-- 1 ' riltorflnal I.,- -, ljkM-T."rlltY VIIYYVtVl....4l.a.-l- a 1.1 Ohio county; 13. I. Ray, Hardin .coun. - a., t talk tii TintUf la au ty; C. G. Davenportt, Warren county. Um i Itt S. L. StevOhio County Write tO'dsy; Mention this Paper. ens, President; Officers PIrtIo, SeHenry WNrWWWtVa.MrkMV cretary; S. 15. Bennott, Treasurer. o SEND lO CENTS UOUMV liUAUU Ui'' KlJUl.Al-JUr-ito eorw poaUf aU.4 pwklctJi4 ttcrlv thUTalyabl Osna Shults, Chalrmnn, Hartford, COUMtWB MMlffJ pHutm aMfWU" win IMJ mrnn pnrnr Ky. noht Jnttraciir. tu ntn u-- etra ox AM4it runu-- tKL uu ui ftoout nHuni l nan a ri on r ill. 1. O.' h. Terry, Hartford, Ky. H. W. BuclbM, ,JW WJSMK$L , l,i;inriiile. ... . ...-.TLr- Ul.tl . 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsxlllc, Ky. '"""'"'.rui ANU ALL IrlKUATANll.UHBTnn IMICS 3. Ira Bozarth, Olaton, ,Ky. GUAEAMTIJED BATIBFACaoSw Autry. Balzotown, Ky. 4. II. O, C. E. G. Austin, Prentiss. vv u. ujujL XIX.. u iK ZJiZiJ. 6. J. L. Brown, Rockport, Ky. llll-Kat-ii The PoIiatan is rrfinnl, exclusive, and restful. Its excel lent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and It Streets makes tt a desirable headquarters (or bridal couples, tourist parties, conventions, Schools and colleges. . The Powhatan attracts the people of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Navv Departments, also to many points of historical interest, makes this hotel especially at. tractive to a discriminating pub Circuit Court T. F. Blrkhead, V. Judge; lien D. Rlngo, Attorney; P. .Mldklff, Jailer; E. ti. Unrrass, Clerk; E. E. lllrkhcad, Master It. T. Collins. Trustee Jury Fund; S. O. ICeown, Sheriff,; liartronl. Deputies S. A. liratcucr; office deputies Mrs. S. O. Kcown nnd Olluioro Kcoun. Court comenes first Monday in February and continues thrco uccks; third Monday In April, two wooKb, third Monday In October, two weeks. County CourtJohn II. Wilson, Judge; V. UlnnkenslHp, Clerk; C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday In each month. Quarterly Court llrglns on the first .Monday in every month. Court of Culms Convened first Tuesday in January nnd first Tues-ila- y in October. Other County Officers C. S. Mo-loSurveyor, FoiUsvllle, Jy., It. F. I). No. .; Tom I Much, Assessor, Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shults, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. Riley, Coroner, Hartford; T. II. Ronton, Road Engineer, ilartrord. -y, Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, ICY. Will praetlco h!B profession In Udi and adjoining countleu. ConuiiorcsU and Criminal Practice a Spei inlty. Barhes & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith V. II. Il.trmw tind C. B. Mtfwrs. Smith aniioiinoe tli.rt tlu-- li.v .form-- a pal UutsIiAp fur tiliu p311er.1l pracciilminal and dlvor tice ot law, exc-tp- t County Attorcasos, Mr. Smith bJ-tiney Is prjvonAod from pr.wti'oliig sues ecis-js- . wdll individually Mr. Uanu Offlo-- s lu accejit such practice Republican building, HartHartford ford, K" JUSTICES" COL UTS. ARTHUR D. at KIRK Cleaned i Pressed - Repairing and neatly done. Wod-ntisda- special attention. Hats and Repaired. and delivered. per rate trionth. AH PREPARED nfr I W. H. RILBY f1 Hnrtford, - W WILL TAKE OUR Collier.'s FREE Colliers in Clubs First Time run-dow- n j"' iI-- etrie litters ; T2.50WM- - )tpZlV Sat-urfd- -- t s ..., c. e, I SEEDS9 ", a Bal-mai- n, -. kill, cough wth Dr. . OK u(- King's New Discovery neucHs 1 t k 4 Half of the World nt Wnr in the ment of 20,000,000 troops would be approximately $26,00),000." European Conflict. i 20,000,000 With approximately Business Opportunity. men under arms In Europe, repre-tentln- g Wanted partner with $G0O In ex i ?A3lVMftAASV'A.vxvsAA.AAfc............, s county right proposition. cellent nations tho area of Full Investiof the Splendid possibilities. exceed one-hagation. Address W. S. 308 t,he globe, stattclans aro figarea'of DUlg., Louisville, Ky. uring out various complex yet lntor War May Stop" Market for Dark eating conditions which the mobiliAid For Three Stumers Mri. Via- - believe I, would have died, it I llada'1 Tobacco. taken ILv a body of men jn zation of so vast Tobacco buyers who represent ceat Was UHable to Attend to time of war necessarily creates. Tho foreign Afterl'ibegan taking Cardui, I wdfl governments and dealers war now In progress being one of aro worried over the threatening greatly helpcd.an all three bottles reAny ef Her Hoasework. Tho Kind You Ilnvo Always Bonght, nnd which 1ms heen the greatest In history, It follows na- aspect of the European war on tolieved me entirely. lu mso lor ovor 0 years has hornotho ftlxrmturo at turally that In comparison with the bacco. Approximately 05 per cent nnd lias been mndo under his jcr- ST& I fattened up, and grew so much data of the past the present compu- - of the tobacco grown In the Kl.ick onnl supervision sliuo Its infancy. Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -"I suffered for stronger In three months; I felt like an Allow 110 ono to deceive you in this. ntlons rise to heights beyond the Patch, which Is located in Western v All Counterfoils, Imitations and "Tuht-ns-goothree summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether." nro hub comprehension of the average per- iO.Mtucky and Western Tcnneexrc, JJxpcrhneiits tlmt trlflo with and cnilaiigcr tho lioidth of. son whose talents for mathematics is sold In European countries. This Vincent, of this town, "and the third and Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle- Infants and Children Uxitcricnvo against JSxnerimeut. are, perhaps, d I rooted in other and Is n heavy tobacco, for which there last time, was my worst. acting. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic more useful channels. Is a very small demand in this coun1 had dreadful nervous headaches and effect, on the womanly constitution. . I After making various calculations try. When tho war broke out prostration, and was scarcely able to Cardui makes for increased strength based upon facts nnd figures con- shipments of dark tobacco were en Cnstorla Is a harmless snbstltuto for Castor Oil, Pnre-lor- c, wall: about. Could not do any of my Drops and Sootliinir Syrups. It is pleasant. Ifi nected with the current war, a route to foreign ports, and efforts improves the appetite, tones upjhe nerhousework. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic downtown statistician said to tho are being made to havo them turnvous system, and helps to make pala, Hiilistanec. Its ago Is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms I also had dreadful pains in my back Herald that If the armies of Germa- ed back for fear that they will be sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy and allays Foverishuess. For more than thirty years it ny, France, Austria, Russia, Eng- confiscated or delayed indefinitely. and sides and when one of those weak, lias heen in constant uso for tho relief of Constipation Cardui has helped more than a mlllloa land, Servla, Montenegro, Belgium The effects of the war Is expected sinking spells would come on me, I Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and 20,000,000 to have a declining movement on would have to give up and lie down, weak women, during the past 50 years. Italy, numbering and Diarrheal. It regulates tho Stomach and Xtowcls, It will surely do for you, what it hat assimilates tho Food, giving, healthy and natural bleep. men, were to be deposited upon the the price ot tobacco because the heaoff. Tho Children's Puimccu Tho Mother's Friend. island of Manhattan there would be vy consumers of this particular until it wore done for them. Try Cardui today. I was certainly In a dreadful state of a little room for the millions now oc- grade of the weed will not be in the Write to: Chattanooza MeJklne Co., Laits A4 health, when I finally decided to try vlsory Dept., Chattanooga. Tfnn., for Special cupying this island. market and the demand here is not book, "Koesi on our case and "Manhattan has an area of 21,93 sufficient to maintain recent prices; Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly Trtataent for Wonin," sent la plain srracpsr. J4S repsquaro miles," he said. "This pBears the Signature of therefore they are expected to fall resents roughly, based upon an area materially lu the next few months. square miles, of twenty-tw- o If the war is not over by the time snuare feet of territory. Al; the 1914 crop Is ready for the marklowing a space of four square feet et shortly before the holiday season for each soldier, the European ar- there will be practically no demand mies now In the field would take up for the crop, and prices, no doubt, tvery Inch of Manhattan from the would be the lowest In the history liattery to a point beyond One Hun- of the country. Prospects are very i dred and Fiftieth street. gloomy for the growers nnd buyers. Should they lie at full length, alFarmers Home Journal. In Over Years lowing six feet for each man, the TMC CCNT1UM COMPANY. TT MUHBAr STRICT. NW VOHK CITY. Coughs Are Dangerline of sleeping soldiers would ex Summer ous. 110,000,000 feet, tend a distance of Summer coughs are dangerous- - They Prompt Attention and Good Service. or 22.72S miles. Such a line of Indicate low vitality nnd often leakl to beings would almost encir- serious Throat and Lung Troubles, in- human TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, cle the globe." cludlu Consumption. Dr.i King's New The statistician said further that Discovery will relieve the cough or the transportation of such an army cold promply and preven, complicalons and of men across the Atlantic would re- It is soothing and antescptic quire 5SG steamships the size of the makes you feel 'better at once. To delay Is dangerous got a bottle at Vaterland, of the Hamburg-America- n No Money of once. Money back if not satisfied- Line. The ordinary man in Advance sound appetite consumes tbout two 30030c. and $1.00 bottles at your tlrug-gisSatiafaa pounds of food every and one-ha- lf Hon tiaar day, so that the men under arms in When Tliey"Go Away." aatced LowcHtNet $1.35 Europe consume 50,000,000 pounds, When I tgo away take care of The Republican and Louisville Herald Fa ot ory or 25,000 tons dally. This amount him," pathetically whispered the Pricoii Globe-Democr- at )..1b K a m i eat of food if stacked up in boxes would wife of the President, In he last The Reptblican and St. Louis A Term equal In size the Woolworth build- -' hour, to her trusted friend and phy1.50 Home and Farm Saving ot lng. To transport this vast food sup- sician. The friend may do what he The Republican and to SKIII ply, allowing thirty tons for each can, but the tragedy Is that when 1.75 $2 0 O Republican r, I'roni Fnc freight car, a train of S33 cars dear ones go on their last journey no The P A. CTARCK lory Direct PRCtlDtNf 3.60 ivould bo required. Allowing sixty service that the most faithful sym- The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald feet for each car, this train would pathizer can render to those who re3.50 have a length of nearly ten miles main lightens in the least the burden The hepublicak and uany uwensDoro inquirer........ locomo-tivestlvof loneliness" and desolation and loss. The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k and approximately twenty O'boro Messenger 1.75 Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for so days' freo trial. In your r would be required to move For this final going away is thd home. Iso cash jm) merit required. .II we ask Is that you will rial' upon, use nnd tet this piano for 30 das If, ut the end of that time, you do not find It the .1.75 supreme human sorrow. To the be- The Republican and Kentucky Farmer it. lilgtio.t iirnilc. swcct-"toned nnd llneit piano In every way, tnat you have ever The clothing or 20,000,000 men, reaved tho world is darkened, Its seen iti the money, you aro ut perfect liberty to send It hack, nnd we will. In that both ways. This Starck Piano must make good with you, the f cvtnt. lay allowing three yards or each man's foundations are shaken, tho lite that The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 t;. or there Is no sale. uniform, would represent G0.000.000 is left seems unreal. Philosophy docs Easy Payments Save $150.00 or Mora 1.50 yards of cloth. Sewed end for end not help; the aphorisms solemnly The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer You pay no cah down. bU alter 30 dayi Wc ,liii dlrvct to you from our factory, at of trial, you can psjmcnt on tho low. price) thtt rate you upvrjr It ot $150.00 In tho together this strip of cloth would extended to others by way of consoel!, easl.v. terms cier sujrestcd by a piano e pwrantre to fnmiih crnt of vour piano. Republican and Weekljvlnter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 cover a distance of 24,090 miles, or lation In like crises of their lives The runufa tfrrr. These terms ari arransol to 3 on a letter piano for the monty llun )ou c.a mlt your conrcnlinee. and it l possible for miir leh re. You ore uuim-- of rwnin5 one and times the cir- suddenly seem empty and meaningjou to lit'y a pVir.o fcr yjur home, without suect toned durable histi irads 9 MtiitJCtor , , nhilrif l'i money. piano. cumference of the earth. Tho but- less. Faith weakens. When life Is tons for these uniforms would weigh strong and personal grief far off, Playar-Plaii2nd-HaBargains Is about 2,100 tons, and would re- it is easy to feelthat wisdom and Ernv EUrrk TUnt Starci' Pla'-Plano- j ir We haie constantly on lianJ (he lunt anil mtut Iwutl. miarantfrd for !5 years, quire more than 1,000 horses to love and Justice pervall and that all ilKht! tut 1'l.jer (U.w. luii kirant- - h i tn numb- ot piano, of aH market. You will nn UK l am! of It ojr 35 yrart of pv be things are ordered for good. When draw the load comfortably. In cx experience, inj the rep" rundird makes taken the many exEach soldier consumes about one death comes and takes away the chine? for nur Sure l'larus tathu of nn clusive featurei of these The follow, anj responsible piano house. wonderful inUrumenU, and pounds of meat a day, nearest and dearest, the belief that and one-haA MONTH will tie pleased with the ins are a few sample bargains i WHY NOT MAKE cry low prlcct at which provided it Is apportioned on this the One above doeth all things well 50 Fre. MhsIo .x.SUO.00 Webjr they can be accured. 92.00 Steinway Lessens liberal basis by the various commis- seems to vanish. S50.00 a Week, almost S10.00 Pay Piano lofik Frst 90.03 Chlckering To every purchaser of sary departments of the respective For those who go away go so far. d today for our new 95.00 Starck I'ianos, we give frea Kimball boxes Belling Victor Safes and beautifully illustrated piano armies. This would mean the con- Prayers and anguished cries bring no music lessons, la orw ot 195.00 Starck and book which efres you a to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists rued the teit known schools In sumption of 300,000,000 pounds, or answer from them, pleading lands farmers, all ot whom realize the large amount ot inform. Chicago. These lejsons you Send for our latest complete Hon rein riling pianos. This of a safe, but do not know howeasy Ulstoown ran take in your own home, 15,000 tons. To supply this food no sign. Tho voices wo heard but bargain list. one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of book will interest and by mall. This represent! opportuniwmm Mm& please you. Write today. the best, clean-cu- t more than 25,000 cattle would be yesterday have entered into eternal one years tree instruction. previous experities ever received. Without success 1343 Starck Bid., CHICAGO ofotiers. required. The hides so obtained silence; the beings that seemed a ence YOU can duplicate tho P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. catalog Our handsomely Illustrated would, It converted Into shoes for part of us, whose lives were Interwill enable you to present the subject to cus tomers in as liueresiiiiK av uinnutrn. luuugu this vast army, provide shoes for twined with ours, have vanished as you were piloting them through our factory. Men appointed as fewer than 500,000 men for one if they had never been. Thex have t a esuien receive aavice ami uumra. '".rv'"'' a prospective customer to deny. WW Is lmposilble f or V year, and shoes for 20,000,000 gone beyond a barrier past which we convincing tho"i1Vt in which It amilv from vour vicinity before someone else gets the territory vi iT out of each locality. would take more cattle than could 'can not see, into a Somewhere whose We cau favor only one salesman Thn asih annlrersarr of our company was celebrated by be housed In tho stockyards In Chi- distance is infinite. erecting the most modern ! factory In the world. WW. cago if they wee twenty times as big But tho they go, they return. awake men who received our as their present size. When the bewilderment of grief is special selling Inducement, THIRD NO. 12036 SECOND NO. 1114 ;irr:d It neceisarr "Few realize what a tremendous past,, when calmness has come again, ouroutput. WerTpnua A? K )fu hold cliunco No. H"" M'"1 It to us ut once and get the many thousands of dollars spectacle 20,000,000 ' men would tho Infinite distance lessens; to the la rsinir our sales organization Krco lltirrel of make If they were to parade," said yearning of tho spirit for their presbut to learn all parttouisrs, () will eot you only the prtt J CASH. IX QUAMTV" OH !?.-.. OM ence there is answer. Whether It be the statistician. "A regiment of postal card. troops, marching four abreast, an actual return or a fragrance from SImI Xuinlicrh send them to us nnd you If you hold "ml Ask for CaUlogun 16T. Heo iikico occupies a space ten feet wide and the llfo that Is gone or a blossoming will Ket the prize If tho v Inner fail to tlulin It. THE VICTOR 1,000 fee't in length. Twenty mil- of memory, does not matter; the on the rhauces. liicnt lion men marching in the same order Influence Is the same. It ts as If the to Kentucky points Cafli KKMICMIUnt, we hhlp direct SAFE & LOCK CO. would cover a line of march 3.S37 beloved were near; It Is tho esseuco to the value of 8 per cent of tho order, bhlpped with nil " " miles In length. If the men marched of the spirit, and "spirit with spirit mail orders. CltiCIKHATI, OHIO 9 Our Ntw Home. Capsslty 20,000 Satstt Annually. four feet apart, this distance would doth meet." The dead "go away," bo doubled, and at six feet It would but uro not lost from us. The InOwensboro, Ky, P. R, LANCASTER & CO,, bo trebled. Just fancy a parade dianapolis Star. "Ol-W. H. STONE" "PHKJHEH rqitK" reaching from New York to San "OKU QUALITY", in1 ot the lino Francisco, tho head Ladies! Save Mney an countermarching and reaching . Style by Reading McCall'a Utah, on its return before the BUCKBEE'S BULBS SUCCEED. For Infants and Children. Magazine and Using McCall Patterns last men are iu motion at Now SPECIAL OFFER'. 7F.S Kind You Have Always Bought McCaU'iMar'sUtnill York. A IllraW U.Ja a build AflW ISuMaeB OVER 05 YCARS licll) )i4 C-.lll rtfCUlS HAGAZH'I ft nurmatieni Buckbee's ''Full ot Life" Northern Gross t.ui tn malm vnu miArtvnteed or ciu lihly rl a mni!rrte your "One round ot ammunition of tho CXPCRICNCE nmAr. Hat L.f action Pedigreed Seeds have at reputation of sS years g Bears the epecto b Looiili. J vnnno r f II He li. r r iif luccesalul seed growing behind tuem. It pays) te modern type for 20,000,000 r men o.m 11 tSCkolMBUtabatU. ' run postern i ui Dlant the best. Signature of souvenir unnnniHui -- j..,. luu Inlt'M faklilons In 'Ai .1 . U! I... L.ul,f J uAii Ur.n. llrwUlh. FMUlt would cost $600,000. The rifles for bcasonable Speclaltle- scli i ues ni.U bah. CO I r IUU. Srdu BwS.i UU. f l.Uk Irtfc Srillu. ptlU. I RKANA rasUiMi lclin such an army prsent an oulluy of !wcavil Imiiu. u Earliest Red Valentine . . $3.50 Bushel Itailn tUwlMto, 1M,1 Twihrumnii,iui4MH lu . . JiajBuahel Farm I1 or Sale. Kelugee Extra Early r.iuj, tUf.Oulu, mua, uu tu wa ujuuu. approximately $260,000,000 more. ulitwWo HiiVirieatli'a -- " New Slrlngless Gretii Pod . ij.70 Bushel rffajTiEkB re pleie uu all linmo uiid 130 Acr3 on Hartford and Rocknor-road- , I In tho course of a hotly contested Wardwcll's Imp. Kidney Wax Ui Bushel mtmtlom thlt Pmar I Ouly Writ mailers. ivi Ju Muf Whit : wax . . xi.?( Bushel llroadway and Trade Marks 1 miles from &w n jrar'lnrluilii's battje a single soldier will explode CtSINTi DBISD 38Nralrt UU Wit Currie's Rust sToot Wax . J4.50 Bushel UC5IGNS . t.... uU " ' a freo l2;turii. Bub- -' Li.ni... l lunailu , .kUDIrtUTI irv PBA8 titty rounds of cartridges, so that It 2 mlle3 from Rocknort. Schoolhouso I af HavlU !." r vw iupiniwn w Aft. i'Nl i) t:cla? or scud frllWll. " i .r Hit til tftWtt It lI Extra Early Alaska . . . j.jo Bushel liaUhatW4.IWlM4Ui fur free sainplo copy. .A"v!,!!!.f';v..rS:c;'f:ee?,:n 20,000,000 men were engaged the on dleo of farm and church near. New Early Gradus . ... . fs jo B"1!1'! tUViWNa. -nMHtKakravuaB 'omrouul(a-oBushel Market Garden . ij-j":".! 111 enablo you to rosin hi jour Horsford't McC.U PalUru n w ITCUltnn ! r,M,'w,..?Viahdi" h,n i Vm jTTi T h fc"r i i exploded ammunition would repre Throo roads jass dwelling house PtUoaU nunuBvun (toiiaitrlctlrcoiitlJeiit Buckbee's LkUlnlnc Express fc.oo Bushel imu homo, with yiirruvwi hands fliitbliutfor PfctlIa LottkAH a yourself and cbllilril wlilih will ta htU'cJ a SSiSft YSSS Lattuc. IU4ish, Tosnata andgrowfull line et sent u cost of from $15,000,000 to which Is on Hartford R. P. D. No. itjraa rMrmn mw Ina; prJi In style ami lit. 1'rW none lustier llrau IS m iu I'lanls and tlulba at lowest Seeds. kM JR. NNkN sreclui iwtl, w IHiout charu, $30,000,000. The loss of armament 4. Most of Jand perfectly level. Any M7M9, nL cents Seud f jr fuo Viuutn Latilosuo. i Send for complete catalogue or submit a list e your tequircmeuts and wluquote pneea. for cetllnf sub. Fim will do W. Wa Ci.a T Mtif ie HinerkaM by brcakago, capture or otherwise on; dealrJng to purchase farm Buy direct from the grower Save Money. "Ju wilie) tcriimoiis anions; rourfriouil. rtf. uyd t"aU rri (VTer. Illustrated wsrtlf. approximates 10 per cent so wtfll to investigate. I'rice reasonaWrite today. Mention this paper. ULliandaomelr in battle I'rei.ilum aubisuo JnuriuU. Tarus.U a cosvm. an uto woi j s, kw hc m accui that tho expense Incurred for. this ble. Apply for' further luforcnation. it"or mlmUs, II. rW bli nawadealori. BARNETT & SON, Agento. nflM4lretii to item uloue in an ordinary engage JttistafckeaK., UUHHUH rsJllnglnljtlo. Children Cry for Fletcher's ,., whom-countrie- lt Inter-Soutii-o- rn COULD SCARCELY v WALK ABOUT CjCfbH'P1'., ''' d" J What is CASTOR A GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS &B&tfffi&&u C05,-E24.8- 00 JAMES & CO., The Kind You Have Always Bought Use For 30 First Class -L,iveryn-ierKentucky. Centertown, Starck Pianos t. OUR CLUBBING PATES. audTwice-a-WeekOwensboroInqui- 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL S -M 9 es one-four- th Address all orders to nd THfc REPUBLICAN. $200. wcur.il-lian.- '!: Player-riano- lf -- That's a second-han- m flre-pro- well-to-d- money-makln- ... NO:i5257 WINS in"' 1,-0- 00 !?$ wi Cou-poii- " j Og-de- n, SEEDS CASTORIA BULBS' Kp IjTjnjra r''i P .i.v-r...- ,h ' ":'. -la-d- ty o-- 1 11T I -- H-- lxr-sou- 1- -2 11 bumI vmwtmwm -. -- o i sac ra aNsaaausBBiam. ? sfstsasaaawu """M'MJsar, Jrst -- "w ..-- rrls H. W. BUCKBEE MwfcV r iwwwiaiSJic .w.. LAJESPAR V NEWS. ,5" , T "TAKAAKI KATO, "Ambassador Extraordinary." man men of war and armed vessels Franco-Belgia- n The foregoing is the latest revised of all kind, and to disarm at once those which can not be so with- text and the one at present In operation. drawn. "2. Jo deliver on a date not later That tho Germans aro forcing than September 15 to the Imperial Japanese authorities without condi- their way through Belgium Is Indi-tion or compensation the entire leas-q- cated by tho Brussels report that cavalry Is approaching the territory of Klau Chau, with a Gorman !low to the eventual restoration of Belgian capital; that measures for the defense of Brussels are being the same to China, Imperial Japanese Govern- hastened, nnd that the seat of gov"The ment announces at the same time ernment has been removed to Antthat, In the event of it not receiv- werp. Belpium ing by noon on August 23, 1914, an The Germans report n defeat of answer from the Imperial German The British official press bureau the Hussiau Invading army in East- Government signifying Its unconditi- announces that any notion which ern Prussia, In which 1,000 men onal acceptance of the above ad- Japan may take against Germany were captured, nix tnuchine guns tak- vice ordered by the Imperial Japan- will not extend beyond tho China en and a number of other pieces of ese Government, Japan will bo com- seas, except for the protection of artillery destroyed. pelled to tako such action as she Japanese shipping. The Russian general staff claims may deem necessary to meet the a victory oter the invading Aus- - situation." The British War Council has detrlans. sc Treaty. cided o exclude correspondents from The first action of the MonteneWashington, Aug. 1(1. The text of the forces in the field, and It Is angrins is reported in the advance of the ofensive and defensive alliance nounced that the French War DeHie army headed by King Nicholas between Japan and Great Britain, partment Intends to take the name against the Austrian scacoast. under which Japan has now issued action, and that probably war corSo near ended Is" the work of re- an ultimatum to Germany, became respondents In Belgium will be ov; lieving the distrcs of Americans in dered out of that State. available today, and is as follows: England that the work has been turn"Agreement of alliance between ed over to the American rsldents In the United Kingdom and Japan. The German Emperor, tho Crown London, and the special committee "Signed at London, July 13, 1911. Prince and two other emperial has been disbanded. The cruisers Princes are now at the great fort"Preamble. Tennessee and North Carolina are "The government of Great Britain ress of Mainz. The Emperor's denow at Cherbourg, and will land gold and the government of Japan having parture from Berlin for the front there for uso of Americans in France. In view the Important changes which has evoked enthusiasm in the GerThe question of getting refugees out have taken place In the s'ituatlon man capital. of England and France has been solv- since the conclusion of the resumption of trans-Atlanted by The Brazilian Government has Inagreement of the twelfth sailings from those two coun- of August, 1905, and believing that structed Us Minister at Berlin to ask tries, and .the problem now Is to ob- a revision of that agreement respond- for explanations and the punishment tain relief for those in Germany, ing to such changes would contrib- of those guilty of the alleged attack Austria, Switzerland and Italy. ute to general stability and repose, by German soldiers on Bernardino Plans are being considered at have agreed upon the following stip- Campos, former President of the Washington or the purchase of a ulations to replace the agreement State of San Paulo, and his wife, who $25,000,000 merchant marine to be above mentioned, such stipulations ar repored to have been beaten and used ,by this Government for the having the same object as the said foced across the Swiss frontier. Commerce between the United States agreement, namely: and Europe. "tjj."-x.'..i- .. "A. The consolidation and mainSeveral Austrian army corps, aci' .! tenance of the genral peace in the cording to advices from Vienna, ' (Via Lon-'do- regions of Eastern Asia and of India; have Invaded Russia, and the RusNish, Bervla. Aug. l Aug. 18, 9:22 a. m.) The "B. The preservation of the com- sian advance in Gallcia has have been completely defeated mon interests of all Powers In China Brussels admits that the miles west by insuring the independence and in- French casualties in the fighting near Sabac, twenty-seve- n of Belgrade, according to Government tegrity of the Chinese Empire and between Namur and Dlnant were sources. They fled toward Lesnltza the principle of equal opportunities heavy, as the Germans were strongs and Losnitza, pursued by Servians, for the commerce and industry of all ly entrenched and their arttnery played great havoc. who cut up three regiments anddap-ture- d nations in China; fQUrtooa guns. "C. The maintenance of the ter' The British official news bureau ritorial rights of the high contracting 15,00ft Austriuns Killed. parties In the regions of Eastern Asia says that the French fleet fn the l,ondoB, Aas. 18. The .Servian India, and the defense of their Mediterranean has made a sweep up '"legation las received the following and of special interests In the said regions: the Adriatic as far as Cattaro. Four telegram front the Servian Premier, "ARTICLE ONE. Austrian warships are reported" to N. P. Paohitch: "It Is agreed that whenever, In the have been sunk. "The Auaarlans were completely opinion of either Great Britain or routed In tho mountains near Sabac, Japan, any of the rights and InterMontenegrin troops have crossed and lG.OOt annihilated. Fourteen ests referred to In the preamble of the Bosnian frontier and occupied guns were captured. The Austrlans this agreement are in Jeopardy, the the town of Tchalnltza after a fierce are flooihg la great disorder to two governments will communicate battle. They are also credited with the rivers Save and Drlna, with one another fully and frankly, capturing eight Austrian blockhouses hotly pursued by our troops." and will consider in common the and several villages. measures which should be taken to Toklo, AMgust 1 . Japan sent an safeguard those menaced rights or ultimatum to Germany Saturday Interests. BASE BALL DOPE night at S o'clock, demanding the "ARTICLE TWO. withdrawal of German warships "If, by reason of unprovoked atHurtford 7, Cleaton O. from the Orient and the evacuation tack or aggressive action, wherever Hartford administered its second of Kiau Chau, and giving Germany arising, on the part of any Power or until Sunday,, August 23, to comply Powers, either high contracting party shutout of the 1914 season at East tho with the demand. Otherwise, the ul- will at once come to fhe assistance End Saturday, Cleaton being timatum states, Japan will take ally, and will conduct the war goat. For eight Innings it was as of Its In common, and make peace in mu- good a game as anyone could desire to see, but In the eighth the locals expectation here is tual agreement with It. The .general batted' around, Darnett having the that the ultimatum will be followed "ARTICLE THREE. distinction of making two outs In that by war. "The high contracting parties Takaaltl Kato, the Japanese for- agree that neither of them will, round. Until that inning the score eign rplnlster, simultaneously with without consulting the other, enter stood one to nothing and was fast , the diopatck of the ultimatum, con- Into seperate arangements with an- and exciting, Rlckard and Parker wero the opferred with George AV. Guthrie, the other Power to the prejudice of the and made objects described In the preamble posing, slabmen and both performAmbassador, American ed well, the former allowing only to him a broad statement calculat of this agreement. three hits. Not a Cleaton man reachto assuro the United States that ed "ARTICLE FOUR. ed third until the ninth and but few American interests in tho Far East "Should either high contracting would be safeguarded and the In- party conclude a treaty of general found tho keystono cushlou. The distinctive feature of the tegrity of China upheld. arbitration with a third Power, It Is Rlck-ard- 's agree- game was a running catch off Owing to tac doubts whether agreed that nothing In this by Center Fielder Fitzgerbat with Berlin wero as- ment shall entail upon such consured, Jnpaa, to Insure tho arrival tracting party an obligation to go to ald, of Cleaton, In the seventh. There of the ultlnwlum, 'forwarded It to war with tho Power with whom such was a runner on first at tho time and after running considerable distance Including treaty of arbitration Is In force. Berlin by kji channels, and spearing tho ball with one hand Washington, Ioiuloii anil Stockholm. "ARTICLE FIVE. a double. The' government also notified Count "The conditions under which arm- Fitzgerald bhot to first for Von Hex, donna u ambassador to ed assistance shall bo afforded by The play was appreciated and roundspectators. time limit for a reply until August either Power to the other In tho cir- ly applauded by tho 23. cumstances mentioned In the presLine Up. County Okuiud. the Japanese pre- ent agreement, and the means by Cleaton. y Invited tho peers, the which such aslstanco Is to bo made Hartford. mier, Staples, ss. Plummer, rf. newspaper moa aud the leading bus- available, will be arranged by tho Vincent, 3b. men f Toklo to come to his of- naval and military authorltlea of tho Cundlff, 2d. iness Gregory, 2d. fice at noia, at 4 and 5 o'clock In high contracting parties, who will Harnett, cf, Harper, c. respectively, when ho from time to tltno consult with one Johnson, 3d. the afternoon, Parker, p. Welsh, ss. made knovru to them the terms of another fully and freely upon all Smith, lb. Blankenshlp, c. the ultluattiru and announced that questlous of mutual interest. Shemwell, rf. Plrtle, If. "ARTICLE SIX. he would cive out the negotiations Fitzgerald, cf. agreement shall Taylor, lb. in connection with tho alliance. "The present Bullock, If. Rlckard, p. come IntoOffect Immediately afterthe Text of Jupuu'H Ultimatum. Keown, Utility. The ultimatum follows: date of Its signature, and remain In Score. "Wd couMder It highly Important force for ten years from that date. Innings 12345678 9 R H B necestirify In the present situaconand "In caso neither of the high 01000006 x 7 9 2 tion to take measures to remove the tracting parties should have notified Hartford Cleaton 00000000 0 0 3 3 expiracauses of all disturbances of the twelve months before the peace in llto Far East, and to safe- tion of the said ten years the IntenDiamond Glimmers. guard tho. i;:uerul Interests as con tion of terminating it, It shall, reVincent was painfully spiked by templated by tho agreement of alli- main binding until the expiration slid into ance betwuca Japan and Great Brit- of one year from tho day on which riuuimer when tho latter of the high contracting par- third Saturday. either ain. "In order to secure a firm and ties shall have denounced It. But if, Elgin's "cholcey" phrases were enduring nntwj in Eastern Asia, tho when the date fixed for Its expiramissed around East End Saturday. establishment of which Is the aim tion arrives, cither ally is actually was In Wopklnsvillo. of the Mid agreement, the Imperial engaged In war, tho alliance shall, Tho first sucker Qor-ina- ri fielgiusi' r((M stands out as "the principal th'eAtor of. war In Europe. Constant clashes between the 'and forces are reported,' bul actual nows of the g'reaY hattlo 'said to bo raging cannot he obtained. i The'lJplgjahB have abandoned any Idea of defending Brussels seriously from the 'attack of tlio Invaders, and orders have boon Msued for the conduct of tho el t 'zona when the German forces arrive, A henty engagement Is snld to bo on between the Germans and the French In limbnrg, a provlnco of Japanese Government slncorely be- ipso facto, continue until pijace Is concluded. lieves to be Its duty to give the ' (Signed) Imperial German Gov Atn .tho "E. 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Upon belmg told she again asked. few-day- bear frdnr anyone ira need of Insurance. Respectfully. E. E. MRKHEAD. Hartf ord Ky. j ad-tio- n. "la who's favor: Not one. of us had ever drcanwd that we. In our state of civillatton. would have the hardships of our forw- fatnera forced upon us by the return of the treacherous Indian. For years we've lived In absolute peace. No red skins to burn our homes, steal our stock and rob our cradles. But now Green's Nebraska Indians have dug up the hatchet and will meet the Hartford soldiers at East End Park in a two day's battle Sept. 2 and 3. Here'B hoping they go away scalp-les- s. Manager Casebler has ordered a new machine gun, called Parker, and It, with the old cannon captured from Llvormore, will direct a heavy fire at the Indians in tho battlo of Sopt. 2 aud 3. We've been asked to write thing on ourself, bo we consent and pen tho following: "Al" stepped to the plate with blood someIn his eye, Tho pellet to swat for a corker; He took a big swing, but missed the KENTUCKY STATE FAIR I SEPT. 14th to 19th, 1914 $3,000 SADDLE HOJtSE STAKE $1,000 Litf RanwM Stab Studaat' JaJjtna; Coat t Farraar $l,CM.Re4taataIi by! Ehaampawai A TROTTING AND PACING; RACES EACH DAY Rb ExaSriU of SA and Grain, Horticulture Horef, Cattla, Swiaw, Shaep,, Poultry,, Field aaal Woaaaa'ai HaadlMark , M CLEAN MIDWAY AND ESEE ATTRACTIONS GRAND FIREWORKS DISPLAY Reduced Railroad Rate "BATTLE, OF MEXICO" ForCUu udEntry Blue. Addtttm J. L. DENT, Secretary,, 70S Paul Jones Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. to-da- I TflH w Ml And found that ho couldn't quite "Park-'er.- "darn thing", " BF Pipiiyp'PiffelEN Fare3i2 CLEVELAND " 1 Taxes-DuFor 1914. We have received tho tax books and aro now raddy to glvo you a receipt. 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