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SIDELIGHTS ON HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST lay Just as they had fallen, their blue coats splashed with red and their red trousers stained to a deeper crimson. Tho cheors of the fresh troops died out as the men came upon this grim spectacle.' No. 13,-00- 7 0. center line of the ship, that run000, swine, 14;540,000, sheep ning from stem to stern. If the staSWAY tion sending the message is directly Germany, cattle 20?132,000, awlno ahead of tho ship, or only a few de21,924.000, sheep 5,803,000. I grees off the port or starboard bow, GREATSTRUGGLE Belgium, cattlo 1,831,000, swlno WAR IN EUROPE the Indicator will show this fact, 1,349,000. and with this knowledge tho naviFrance, cattlo 14,706,000, swlno gating officer of the ship may alGerman Place KllliJn Their Zep Uncle Sam's Wheat Crop 6,904,000, sheep 16,468,000. Will Be Used As Lookout ter his courso to avoid collision. Uniforms of French and pelins. Russia, cattle 36,302,000, swlno Thus, If a ship equipped with the "Walt till the Zeppelins get Into 13,521,000, sheep 48,176,000. Factor in the War. For Submarines. Belgians Disadvantage. action, then you will soe." finder, Is approaching another equipSfcrvla. cattle 858,000, 864.Q00, ped with an ordinary wireless transTho faith of patriotic Germans is sheep 3,800,000. mitting Instrument, the captain of supremo in the long gray air monsGreat Britain, battle 11,869,000, upon which the fato of the Finder Was Devised By Marconi the first ship, by getting Into com- Russia Only Country Involved swine 3,334,000, sheep 27,824,000. Germans Are Confident That the ters munication with the other vessel, Fatherland seems to hang. Will Examination of these figures Which Produces More Cereals can point his finger nt his neighbor Italian Patriot And Inventhis faith bq Justified or will the shows that the Dual Alliance raises Zeppelins Will Prove Deadly In the sea as accurately as If he screaming shrapnel of France's 75 37,920,000 cattle, 36,464,000 swlno Than It Uses. tive Wizard. could see the other ship. Fogs, winds Agents of War. mm. guns firing crashing to earth and 19,270,000 sheep, against and waves will not affect the acthe hopes of tho Teuton? cattle, 25,972,000 swtae.and curacy of the tinder. Washington, Aug. 26. Despite the 96,277,000 sheep for the Triple, EnWhile tho greatest secrecy Is mainMarconi's wireless "eye," by which Granvlllo Fortescuc, war corres- tained In Germany concerning In addition to giving the direction fact that the United States is taking tente and their allies,. the pondent of the Loudon Dally Tele- exact armament and power of tho war ships may locate their prey or of another station in relation to no active part In the European war Except In the cases of Indian, and graph, suys the red trousers of the big war Zeppelins, it is no secret startled merchant vessels may be his own course, the finder will also It Is apparent to all watchers that Siberian wheat these figures do'not t French soldiers and the tlamboyant that they are equipped with rapid-lir- e apprised of danger, gives new sig- give a wlreles operator an accurate Uncle Sam and his vast wheat crop take in the exports of the various uniform generally of the French and guns and facilities for hurling nificance to Italy's attitude during Idea of the distance between him are playing a most Important role in colonial possessions. llelglan troops place them at n great aerial torpedoes upon a foo beneath the war. and the other station. The radius of the hostilities and upon the measure Raymer Tlnsley Heard Front. disadvantage, compared with the them. They are also large enough Marconi Is an Italian patriot as miles, so that the extreme distance In which the contesting countries Mr. Raymer Tlnsley, who went to Germans, who have uniforms of In- to carry detachments of sharpshoot- well as a wizard inventor. between two points In communica- United States may depend the final Germany several weeks ago for tho Since the tryout of the wireless tion thru a finder is fixed. But with- outcome of the struggle. conspicuous hue. Mr. Fortescue ers, who could keep up a well directe mariners," on the Royal Line steam- in this wired from the front The United States produces more purpose of studying in Universities an operator radius ed lire upon troops below or upon "The llelglan and French soldiers opposing airships. As they are ship Royal George during June, the can tell by the strength of the mes- wheat than any other single country in that country, has been heard from are under n severe handicap In the steady In the air, It would be an full significance of the invention has sage received thru the finder the In the world. One of the warring after many days of anxiety on the matter of uniforms. It is more than easy matter for riflemen In a Zep- been revealed by the sudden Euro- distaijce between him and the' sec- Powers (Russia) produces more part of his relatives and friends pean war. war, pelin to shoot wth deadly aim. n dozen years since the Hour ond station. As this distance is les food than she needs for her own here. Mr. Tlnsley states that he has encountered no hardships of ImShould the device be available to sened the strength of the message consumption. which should have taught its lesson. Against this must be weighed their dis- helplessness all warring nations on equal terms forms' a, morereIlablo basis of judgeprac- portance and has met with no malGermany and Austria are Certainly, these soldiers should In storms, their huge card their blue coats and red trous- bulk that makes them splendid tar- it may hasten the end of the con ment, so that the nearer two ships tically helpless in the market it cut treatment from the Germans. OHO ers for a more neutral color. They gets for hostile, fire, their defense- flict. But should Italy's attitude are together the more accurately off from foreign production. Gov- would Judge from the contents of toward the nations at war can an operator determine their dis- ernment officials now go so far as to the letter that conditions In that have covered the red top of theld less condition when attacked from caps to prevent them from being dis- above by hostlleaeroptanes, and the give one side the benefit, this wire- tance apart. predict that should we have another country were greatly exaggerated civil war which would cripple our and that with the exception of a covered by aeroplane scouts, but the fact that unlets landed with great less marvel may decide the fate of Then the raise in the price of food stuffs' flamboyant uniforms make a fair care on level ground and housed la nations. system.which is the formal name of internal industries and tie up shipAlready the control of Marconi's ping the rest of the world would things are little changed thus far. mark. Such u target Is all that a special hangers they will very probdevice, has many other valuAt the time the letter was written gunner could ask for. ably be placed out of commission. Wireless "tongue," the telegraph Is able applications for navigators. By practically starve. All of which goes a Supporters of the Zeppelins say that a matter of grave international mo- its use the position of a ship in de- to show the vital poslton held by the Mr. Tlnsley was In Freiburg, but "The Germans have adopted gray and green uniform, which Is they can rise above the range of rlfl ment. The means to "see" wlrelessly grees of longitude and' latitude may United States, not only in the pres- Intended to move to Hanover soon. almost Invisible against the tints of eflre, and that only special artillery fifty miles over the ocean, war be 'determined if the ship can get ent war, but in the future of the The communication was dated August 3. fields, highways and woodlands. Al- can be pointed at angles from which cruisers or other craft, has in It a into communication with two fixed world Itself. tw t s glass, I to fire at them. That is true, but potential power for the rival navies known. though I had a In the present war the ..United Martin D. Thomas to,.Marry. had great dlfllculty In locating Ger- the allies are equipped with aero which 'can not be foreseen. Mr. Martin Thomas will leave For example, If a ship was ap- States, with bumper crops, a wheat It was In June that David man soldiers, although I know they guns, and. .for,; every yard that tho proaching 'Nantucket communica- production of 250,000,000 bushels Sunday for Morgan, Ky., via Cincincontract manager of the Mar- tion might be established with the more than the average for the past nati, where he will be married were near at hand. rises her gurf,cows pay by airship "N "What I have Just written applies Increased accuracy In their own coni Wireless Telegraph Company, wireless station there, and with the ten years, and occupying a position morning at 8:30 o'clock to of America, explained In his offices one 'on Nantucket lightship. The di- of absolute neutrality with the pow- Miss Lillian Ruth Arnold of that with more force to tlio Belgians than flro. nny other. A Helgiun force is as by The writer last year made a long in New York the possibilities of the rection of the message from the er to enforce that neutrality, will city. "He will be accompanied conspicuous as a fresh claret stain flight in (ho Sachsen, one of the la- wireless direction finder with which Island land the direction of that from be able to make Us own terms. Allison Barnett, who will participate I have been test models of Zeppelin dirigibles, the Canadian Northern's liner Roy- tho. lightship In relation to the ship's Aside from Russia only two naon n white tablecloth. wedding ceremony. After the with many French regiments this and which at that tinio was at Leip- al George has been euipped. This course would be Indicated by the tions involved in war produce more marriage Mr. and Mrs. Thomas will week. Although the men are most- zig. One of the things that struck aparatus, he said, will enable the stations on the island and the light- cereals of any kind than they need leave immediately for points In ly young, they are going to war with him most forcibly was the wonderful ship's navigating officers to find the ship is a matter of chart record. for their own consumption. Germany northern Indiana, where they will jhtIuus thoughts In their heads. It range of view for scouting purposes position of the ship In relation to With the knowledge of this distance exports 7,054,907 bushels of rye an spend about a week before returny any fixed or moving wireless tele- and the direction of the two mes- nually and ih unusual among u people whose na- that the vessel afforded and tho raises ing to Hartford. graph station within a radius of sages, and the captain of the ship annually 19,640,575 bushels more tural temperament Is so buoyant The bride is an accomplished with which even the and gay. Their solemnity Is more on the earth below could fifty mtles, regardless of weather at sea could form a triangle from of barley than Is consumed within young lady, the daughter of a prosapparent, perhaps among thq offi- be seen. This was from a height, conditions. perous merchant of Morgan. Mr. which he could figure the position her borders. The new device Is classified as a of his own ship. In meat products the countries Thomas is a member of the firm of cers than the soldiers, for it has however of not much more than 600 been brought home to them that feet, a distance at which the airship "direction finder." Its duty is to seek Another practical use for the allied with the Triple Entente pro- Thomas Bros., & Co., and is very war Is a mighty serious affair. would offer a target that almost any out all wireless stations, whether finder would be in case one ship duce nearly twice, as many sheep as popular In the local business circle. "I was particularly struck with tyro could reach with an efficient stationary or In motion or in other received a distress signal from an- do Germany and Our hands are cheerfully extended words, on coast line or high seas, other, if they were not too far apart. combined. The Teutonic allies, how- In congratulation. the behavior and apparent efficien- rifle. d more cy of the French artlllermen. This The Sachsen Is 485 feet long, and within a radius of fifty miles and With ordinary wireless apparatus it ever, produce about Canadian Troops Ready. to Indicate for the guidance of the is necessary' for the ship in distress swine than do their opponents, but arm of the French service Is going has three cars. Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 24. Westnavigating officers the exact, rela- to give another ship its poslton in pork makes poor food for a marchto give a splendid account of itself. ern Canadian troops began entrainOnly One Bid For Convicts. tion of the ship to these in terms degrees of longitude and latitude, ing army. Of the French cavalry I can say but ing today for .Valcatler camp, QueFrankfort. Ky., Aug. 25. The latitude and longitude. Its sphere Germany and little, as I have only seen small deBoard of Prison Commission has re- of usefulness, even in the present and the navigating officer of the with a total poulatlon of 110,432,-74- bec. The big movement through and tachments of It. ship summoned to the rescue must out of Winnipeg will begin tomoronevbld for the employ- experimental stage, is to assist the steer a straight course to the vessel face an annual shortage iu "I passed oue night in an Inn ceived but row and will continue for several ment of convicts. Tho bid was sub captain during "thick weather, ,ln crowded to suffocation with soldiers. needlng-'help.- l AH' of this Is unne- .wheat of 72,000,000 bushels, the av- days. by Charles Irion of this city maintaining a My bed, made of an army blanket, mitted clear course In the cessary with the direction finder. erage yearly consumption 'per capseventy-fiv- e Fifteen special trains have beed d traveled ocean "lanes" in passing Even tho the position of neither ves- ita for these two countries being was surrounded by sleeping soldiers. and Is for convey nearly 8;000'men men at 75 cents a day and for fifty. points and making ports. 3.99 bushels under ordinary ordered to One 'thing that struck me forcibly sel is known, an S. O. S. flash re- about Detachments' also with equipment. disabled men at whatever they nnny What .such a device can do In ceived through the finder would en circumstances. was the easy familiarity between che are coming from Vancouver, Calbe able to earn. warntug ships' officers of approach able the navigating officer of the resThe countries of the Triple En- gary, officers and the men. I was surpris Red Deer, Edmonton; Moose, The board advertised for bids for ing enemies or fleeing prizes Is evi ed to hear a Major arguing violentlcue ship to head directly for the tente face a net shortage of wheat Jaw, Regtna, Saskatoon, Brandon, tho employment of C50 convicts. In dent. of 90,000,000 bushels spread over y Jy against some suggestion of the ship sending the signal. Portage la Prairie, Kenora; Fort "" Like many inventions useful to General of a division. The Major the bid It is set out that should the The finder will be of great valuo a population of 250,142,525. The av- William and Port Arthur. At these board abolish tho contract system mankind this wireless finder Is re apparently won his point and was pass- erage per capita consumption annuthe contracts expire Immediately. markable for Its simplicity. Altho to a ship entering a harbor or light- ally for the countries which do not points they have been .drilling for a greatly elated thereby. ing a point thru a fog. When week. will not "If I had not been dead tired, I The board September let the coutract one of Marconi's engineers, SIgnor houses and land can be sen nothing export is 7.73 bushels. Russia alone meeting. Jap Confesses to Brutal Murder. Emlllo Ichino, was on the Royal else is necesary, but when they can- of all the countries In the Triple slept, for throughout until the y could not have A contract held by the Monterey, Cal., Aug. 25.- George George to make the tests, Its opera- not be seen it is of very material va- Entente exports wheat. She annu the night a constant stlrlng of motor Company on 400 convicts tion does not require an expert und ally sends abroad 150,000,000 bush Kodani, the Japanese photographer bearing soldiers and supplies busses lue to a navigation olllcer to know any of the bridge officers can obtain his bearing In relation to them, and els. This average has allowed Rus under arrest In connection with the rumbled past, accompanied by the expires In January. Co., prison a bearing as easily as with a comTho death of Miss Helena Wood Smith, sia to maintain the lead of wheat-e- x thunder of cavalry and the clatter of labor contracts, declluod tonight to pass and ust as conveniently, the tho finder will give him this knowl- porting countries up to this year. a New York artist, whose artillery limbers. edge. found hidden in the sand dunes near "I believe that I am the first war glvo any statement why the compa- Instrument being set up in tho chart Tho parts of the finder that differ With the added advantage of the ny did not bid on tho G50 convicts room, has made a dewar in Europe the United States will correspondent to have witnessed an from those' of an ordinary wireless A Tho device is not bulky. The "di- receiving station are the serial and Jump tar In the van, but first place tailed confession of tho crime. actual engagement between French to be let today for four years. "I killed Miss Smith Wednesday' and German troops In considerable member of the firm said for business rector" box, which Is the medium for finder box. Instead of being com- would have been hers anyhow on accompany was not Inter- locating the wireless stations, is but night at midnight." said Kodani, "1 A force of German light reasons tho numbers. posed of several straight parallel count of her bumper crops. Russia has an advantage over all was at her home in the afternoon and infantry, supported by mountain bat- ested iu tho contracts. It has not large enough to hold two small wires, the serial of the 5 o'clock tor Monterey, teries, made a determined attack on been determined tor publication switches and a graduated dial fitted system consists of two large the other countries engaged in the left there at with a movable indicator. Connected wire triangles. On top of the finder war because if Immense output of all I had an appointment to meet Miss fight lasted all what will be douo. a French force. The Warden Wolls sayB the discipline with this cabinet Is the telephone ABlde from her ex- Smith at the point where I killed her, day. During the morning the Gerbox, which sits In front of the wire- kinds of cereals. of tho convicts Is better and the num- box differing from others In that it port of more than 150,000,000 bush- near the Septic tank, at 8 o'clock, mans had the advantage. The sight of shoes produced Is greater than la equipped with a crystal of car- less operator, aro two switches, each els of wheat, hor corn export runs aud she arrived there at that time. of the German flag roused the ber of which Is connected with one of upwards of 40,000,000 bushels and She brought with her some lunch, borundum which translates the wire- the triangles. French soldiers to fury, and about 2 ever before. her trade In oats is oue of the larg- including some tigs and pears, and less into a signal Intelligible to the Highest Praise for Germans. p. m. I heard, for the first time, the Because of their arrangement the she had her steamer robe tied up Washington, Aug. 25. The Ger- ear of tho operator. There aro two two triangles cannot receive a mes- est in the world. sound of French field artillery In ac, In contrast to the figures of all with heavy fish cord. tion. The flr&t volley brought down man Foreign Office also advised the receivers fastened tp the ears of the sage with the same strength at tho "I told her that I was going to Neoperator by metal straps sqiag oyer same time. If one of them receives countries, except Russia, statistics the German flag, Its staff having embassy that Assistant Secretary Breckenrldge, of the War Depart- the hoad. Then, too, the device dif- a message full strength, the other for the United States show that of vada with another womau to marry 'been snapped. tho cereals wo import only rice and her, and then she got angry and ''The artillery was composed ot ment, who .went qu, the cruiser Ten- fers from tho ordinary wireless does not .receive It at all, and if in the serials, according 'to both receive the message is always that, on the other hand, our exports and started to tusslo with me'.' batteries, and the. French gun- nessee to aid in distributing funds .two "I saw an abalone shell pear by In many cases exceed the imports of ners set about coolly and methodic-''all- y to Americans, "praises the attitude Sarnhoff. Stronger over oue than the other. and picked it up, striking her pn the some of the larger countries. By the finder a wireless operator pour a steady and effective of the Gorman people toward Amerto The position of tho seudlug statlou The livestock figures for the coun- head with it. I did this to. protect myiflre Into the German rauks. Iu the icans, and declared It a duty to In- on shipboard determines the direc- in relation to the trlanglos Is detion of a message to him. This di- termined, by the strength of the tries embroiled in the war are quite self. After this I took the, fjsh cord 'meantime a smothering fire I could form Americans of the victorious was around her steamer robe see the Germans begin to disappear. German armies and of the excellent rection is found in relation to .the message as it is received over each as Interesting as are those for cere- that her neck- - I als. Here Is the tablo prepared by and tied It around course of the ship; or, in other triangles Another French regiment curae up, spirit of the Oerman nation. Amershow how the sinews of war in the strangled her. I was madwHd. the French pushed forward to ican sympathies have been touched," words, the finder indicates the angle and The Nebraska- Indians will' play Triple Entente and the Dual Alli- Then I tied (her feot. I sat with. the vccupy the position from which they the message continues, ''by. German which a straight Una between the body until It was nearly daylight; and durlag.tae morning.' help for poor Russian families In station on the. ship and the-- station the Hartford team on SepU'2 and 3d ance compare: 'had been driven Hartford.--- . cattle, 17,783,- - then I dug a hole and burled ' her'.', t sending the message makes with, the at East . The road waa dotted with dead that Berlin." MARVELOUS U vi 00 fifty-mil- de Marconl-Belllne-To- sl tho-nd- -- first-clas- Sarn-hof- f, Wed-nesd- ay in-t- cs Austria-Hungar- small-e3t,obJec- ts Austria-Hungar- y one-thir- Austria-Hungar- y 0, able-bodie- v - ry body-wa- s Carmel-by-the-Se- a, Marconl-Bol-lnl-To- sl -- - . v Austria-Hungar- y, r .!. 3" ,'A'iSi.T. .. - ' wMHMWMnteii 4L. Ui. ! "srsrss -; V Gormany "Dcutschland" man footing InAiho Levant. Ho re- ing bcsldo tho Emnrcss, surrounded himself turned In 189S, ftcr the Armenian by their children, Ills first thoughts militant, ready to fight and to con d no were not for them." My first and Inst quer for his triple Ideal of Fathor-lannaiupriM hint tnrtao Throne nnd Altar! torious, and the scruples he must! enro Is for my fighting forces on leader land and sea." Did ho think tho hour had struck? NOTES ON KAISER have felt as of Christendom were outweighed by Such Is tho War Lord of tho GerThe War nnd Our Dlleniinn. the extension of German Influence man Empire. A most romarknblc In the East. Besides he never lost man, whoso energy Is proverbial. It Is very difficult for tho AmerEmperior William Had Ear- night of the fact that the colonial He never rests nnd professes tho ican to realize that tho great Europossessions of England and Franco deepest horror of Idleness. Some pean war, which has been dreaded aro peopled by millions upon mil- call him a genius, others Insist that for n generation, Is nctuntly taking ly Antipathy to Eng. lions of Mohammedans, and some he Is merely a paranoiac. Certain place. Tho calamity Is so appalling day his Influence with the Padishah it is that ho Is very vain, and always that it seems to stretch beyond tho the Hi 3 Lead a Life of Ceaseless A- might enable htm to build foes. back- wishes to bo first In everything ho reach of Imagination. Tho desire of $ fires of revolt behind his does. tho President, although Impotent, to ctivityPeacemaker and antagonism to Engevery The Kaiser's He rises nt five In tho summer nnd avert hostilities Is voiced In land, which has been shown In va- In winter at G. Two or thrco nobles American breast. It was useless to War ma a er. rious ways, seems to have Its roots wait upon him, nnd with their as- offer mediation thero was no quesfar deeper than polltcal Intrigues sistance It takes him about fifteen tion to mediate. Thero was only Although tho good qual- minutes to get dressed. Tho only tho gaunt figure ot brute force Seldom has n monarch's accession can reach. ities of the Kaiser are the good qual- English Institution he tolerates Is his ngalnst brnto force. given rice to greater misgivings mother, the his English After the great wave of distress than when the Kaiser succeeded to ities of daughter of Queen Victoria, morning tub. One hour after rising worthy he sits down to his breakfast, which for tho terrlhlo calamity which thi' throne. He virtually placed his forgave her the Injury that used to be a very substantial meal, befallen Europe has been expressed own mother sudor military nrrest at he never . on his arm in or- but of lato has been cut down by tuc thought naturally turns upon 1 .. Ml I the side of Ucr husband's hicr, and had to be inflicted might be saved. his physician's orders to a cup of what will bo the effect of such an der that her life he arbitrarily seized his father's private papers. His first act was an One of the finest minds of her time, coffee, with a couple of eggs and upheaval upon our own country, nnd brought a rare culture, a truly some bread and butter. what lesson can we loam from It. address to the army and navy; his she spirit and liberal views of He has an insatiable passion for For years tho Scientific American address to the people came three Christian simplicity Into work, and nothing is too lias preached the necessity of the days later. In everything he showed almost democratic small for despotic atmosphere of blood and his attention. He can turn from upbuilding of our merchant marine. he looked upon force ns the true the that The story of our present poverty In Bismarck had built up in the weightiest state paper to basis of his throne. In his own words: Iron that select day of her death his a new model and the army, not par- Berlin. Till the button for his guards, merchant ships is too well known to "The soldier liamentary majorities, have welded English mother was the subject of and from his Weltpolltlk to give tho need mention at tho present time, together tho, Gorman Empire. My all kinds of attack from his subjects, world of masculln fashion a now but now, at last, the lesson Is driven In a surprising and unexpected yet the Kaiser never lifted n style of mustache; but, after all, the home reliance is placed upon the army." and way. Some two hundred thousand finger to defend her. His feelings hand ho made it plain that used the curling iron From the first been well expressed showed no inability to wield tho Americans are practically marooned that be intended to be his own chan- seem to have yet in Europo with no facilities an sword or was at Cassel and for BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. hold the sceptre. In some cellor, and after a serious diference when he accidental blow caused his nose to things he hardly seems to belong to reaching their country. Battleships opinion as to how the growing dangand cruisers, even wero It practicable er of Socialism was to be met he bleed. To the anxious playmate who modern times. He abominates the to put our line of defense to such a begged his pardon ho Is reported to typewriter, accepted tuo resignation of Bisnnd not only Is one never use, nre not ndnptcd In any way to have answered: "It Is nothing; there allowed within his hearing, marck, the man who had created the but no passenger service, and such a method goes the last drop of my English communication daro be sent to him German Empire and who was admitn 0ne d.caicr r of solving the problem Is almost out if tedly the greatest statesman of the blood." for his peru-ja- l with which the typeof the question. Of navy transports, This Is probably the teellng that writer has had anything to do. time. The Kaiser himself referred to sell Evinrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe we have hardly any. The InternaSuch is the man who has plunged his action as "dropping the pilot," prompted him to send his famous Motors, which are advertised in all reputable tional Mercantile Marine, owned as and said that now ho would go "full telegram to President Kruger at the Europe Into war. Just twenty years It is largely by magazines of the world. This advertising American capital, time of the Jameson raid, but the atio. In one of the most remarkable steam ahead." campaign reaches thousands who have use does not carry the Stars and Stripes, mobilized her inte: views ever printed, Jules SiDuring the first years of his reign next day England for portable and detachable rowboat under the motors, but who would have no use for launches on Europe was distracted by his clashes special service squadron and the mon, the great French statesman, and larger shipsterms of the purchase may be used by the Its account of lack of time and no summer homes. Wsjte with Bismarck and his mother, his matter was dropped. The Kaiser us- was authorized to quote the Kaiser promptly for particulars as to how representatives are aBaBValHl whose flng it ed this incident to impress upon the as saying: "I should consider us a British government, furious journeys, rash speeches and with and protected. Begin operations at flies, under stress of war conditions. once so as to amain the lull Denent of the season. silly sermons, but as he grew to full German people the necessity of a madman and a criminal whoever It has been said that the United Fruit manhood he was seen to havecourage, strong navy if tho empire was to be drove our two countries to make Company EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY has placed its small fleet 292 Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN to be honest .and, above all, a thoro come a world power. He was never war." of steamers at the disposal of the plan for tired of repeating, "Our future lies German with a As Alfred H. Fried has so ably Government for the rescue of Amon the water," and to his brother he pointed the aggrandizement of his own counout In his book. "The Ger- ericans stranded abroad. It is hutelegraphed, "I will not rest till I man Emperor and try. the Peace of the miliating to think that the 'GovernHis "Weltpolltlk," or world policy, have brought my navy to the same World," on more than one occasion ment may be obliged to apply to priheight where my army stands." And seems to have been always directed the Kaiser has used his great in- vate owners for the use of their '.saW when, during the Boer war, British against Rissin, France and England, fluence for peace and prevented what vessels to aid in the present crisis. DAILY BtTWCCNt and although from 'time to time he warships searched German merchant- might have led to a general Euro- The American Lino is the only transmen in Delagoa Bay he telegraphed pean war. i- had made efforts toward a rapWhen England was fight- atlantic line which flies the Stars prochement with each of these pow- to the King of Wurttemberg: "The ing the Boers It was the attitude of and Stripes. In recent statistics pub ers, he never lost sight of the pos- events of the last few days convinced the German Emperor that preventlished in London, it was stated that sibility that one day they would all wider and wider circles that Ger- ed Intervention by Europe, and In the wealth of the United States nt many's honor as well as her Inter- 1904 be arrayed against him. his policy toward Great Brit- the present moment was almost equal Entirely oblivious of the fact that est must be protected on distant seas, ain was conciliatory In tho extreme; to the combined y:- - j wealth of Great :'i!rr,"V' the whole genius of European civ- and for this purpose Germany must he did not take advantage of Rus- Britain and Germany. In spite of toA"Tr"w MrVi2v. ilization is Latin, ho bus been Im- be strong and mighty upon sea as sia's position during and after the this, owing to bad laws, 6 c:::? th:; lack of supW bued with Uio Idea that he could well as upon land." M"M " Japanese war, but on' the contrary port on the part of the Government, length 301 rilSbnMillh 91 rm.OfmlKf rl in r.l lttrt n t n..T1 zeT: As sudden as his telegram to Kru- - backed up Russian policy in substitute for' It Teutonic civilization 1. iuIjdi) wair r of liu worM la wttR-- J urn the East and the high cost of labor, we are - ef Buffalo" based upon a dynastic militarism es- - gcr congratulating him on the man in a way that drew from Bebel the not able to compete a i4 MacnlHcent Stealer. "3tCAIC:32 with the merchD tabllshcd by divine right and spe- nor in which he had put down the taunt that Germany was "crawling ant marine of other nations. We are and BUFFALO :.Uy nt top.Dee. in 1 03 M, . I ) i M. I..-- 1 iU . CWbnJ t cially ordained by God to resist the Jameson raid was the appearance of upon her stomach before Russia;" paying enormous i.LijJ A (19 A.M. i sums every year to OA.tl. Arme UuHjIj Sun.Jjf J T w) dangers of a Slavic Invasion the German warship Panther off toward France, however, his atti- foreign owners for the transportafancied (Otjinl Point. RaMma tltkeM Cmnrctlnn at HufTalo fr Niagara Tall anA nil T i'j in a i.l of Europe. Germany was to become Agadir, and this precipitated the tude, which had always been one of tion of our Imports and exports. ClfTrljnil iu1 HufTnto nn fir !f.n.nr!. n ttu r alraoirr. Aak rt attaint; r j ui I . Lamium Uiuatrati! lUrt fr. your lilt gnl for tit Let t.a C. . 1!. U power In Europe, and Algeciras conference that ended In extreme forbearance, became more This largo sum might be the dominant kept in THE CLEVELAND &. BUFFALO TRANSIT CO- - CUf.Und, O. as such Russia was her natural an- a diplomatic settlement under which aggressive. this country provided wo had seriousGermany obtained valuable territory tagonist. On his visit to Tangier in 1905 he ly entered Into tho field of marine His policy also contemplated a vast In exchange for the peaceful recog- virtually declared that he was pre competition. Experience has shown colonial empire that would afford an nition of the rights of France and pared to aslst the Mohammedan Sul- that we are capable of building as outlet for German products and Spain In Morocco. The World said tan of Morocco in resisting French good ships of war as other nations, bring woalth and riches to tho Fath- at the time: "With all due respect control Finally he made a direct but we have allowed our domestic erland. But when the German Em- to Germany and Its civilization, the threat of war against France, and tho ship building to fall into decay. Now pire waj created the world was policy adopted at Berlin seems to be price of peace was the resignation ot that the period of great railroad pretty well colonized and Africa a plain case of blackmail. Berlin says Delcasse, Franco's greatest forclcn construction has been arrested, about the only continent available In effect: 'We have no land In North minister of modern times. At the largely through the hostile legislator exploitation; but there France Africa. We have come too late, and conferance of Algeciras the action tion ot the Federal and State govhad tho richest colonies, and as tho If you do not give us a slice of Mo- of Austria was evidently dictated by ernments, thero are plenty of men Kaiser well )fupw(,that the loss of rocco we want some of the Congo." Berlin, and in return she was given with which not only to build our Alsace-Lorraiu- o During all this time the Kaiser was tho fullest support when the Turk- vessels, but to provide personnel. r.inkled deep In the heart of tho nation and that never losing an opportunity to im- ish revolution made possible the anIt is fortunate that wo have re$1,000 Light Harn.ia Stale one day it would aeek revenge, he bue the German people with the Idea nexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina $1,000 RoadtUr Stale ceived this sinister warning nt a Student's Judging Contest Farmer Boys' Fjirampmsat new imperllism had a re- In 1903. never lost ilcht of the facts that he that the time when we aro at peace with all would soonor or later have to fight ligious basis, n speech after speech, At this time the Kaiser appeared the world. Had we found ourselves TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY France and that her African colonics with all the eloquence at his com- as the dominant factor in Europe, in a serious war, tho utter lack ot would bo Use r'cliest spoils of the mand, he urged that Germany was his support insuring the triumph of Fine Exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field a merchant marine, both for comwar If he wnro tho victor. "the salt of the earth;" that "we Austria's policy despite the opposi- merce and transports, Seed and Grain, Horticulture and Woman' Handiwork would a But tho growth of Germany's colo- must not weary In the work of civil- tion ot all tho other powers. But the calamity, for which wo would be dearly CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS nial spirit, tho strong commercial ization." He proclaimed himself the masterful foreign policy of i Edward pay. Tho price now Is one largely GRAND rivalry witU Great Britain and tho divinely appointed Instrument of VII, was beginning to make Itself of pride and lost opportunity. FIREWORKS determinutiju of the Kaiser to have the world mission of the German felt and England, France and RusTho lost opportunity will present DISPLAY a fleet that ulght some day dlsputo empire. In opposition to the altruis sia were drawn closer together and Itself a llttlo later when our merthe empire of tho acas with tho Brit tic Imperialism of democratic Eng- the "tho not of hostile forces" be chants are seeking an outlet, for Reduced Railroad Rates For C.talouua and Entry Bl.nk Address ish navy lei him to direct his polic- land the Kaiser sought to set up a gan to take shapo. During the Baltheir foreign oxports. Our trade with ies also nnHust England. Ho went military Imperialism flavored with kan war tho Kaiser was careful not Europo has, L. of course, fallen Into about his plana witli consuninmto religion. He was to lead the German to be drawn Into tho struggle, and utter confusion, and will, to a great 70S Paul Jones Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. skill, and almost before England was people out, tho Bible In one hand his policy undoubtedly put otf tho between Europo and South Ameraware of it he became a power in and tho sword In the other, to spread catastrophe which has befallen Eu- ica will bo practically interrupted. tho Moslem World, and wns getting Teutonic civilization over Europe rope. England also dlsplajed a de- We ortunately have readied a psychconcessions to build u railway In and throughout tho world. termined disposition to avoid hos ological moont for developing our should now thoir InnguaBo and l.o lnfiton. tho obect of which wns to the valley of the Euphrates which In 1881 the Kaiser married Prin- tilities and the existence of a strong trade with South America. Never prepared to correspond In tho tonguo pass moro liberal laws as rosards tho would have given him control of a cess Augusta Victoria, daughter of antl-va- r Ministry In England com- before has there existed so cordial of the country; their salesmen thoulil tins, Indicate that tho situation and portion of tho newest route In In- tho Duko of Augustenberg, who in bined with tho traditional weakness a relationship btweeu the two con- he men of good manners and he able tho need of a better condition of dia. X8C1 had come forward ns a claimof the Liberal's foreign policy, and tinents. Whatever trouble moy havo to converse In foreign languages, affairs aro at last understood thoro. Tho new Uormuuy of the Kaiser's ant to tho Duchy of Schleswig-Hol- the serious Ulster situation which arisen from the Mexican imbroglio, But above all we should be in a and with a determined Kxecutlve It dreams wwt to bo heard and felt in stein, and by her he has had six had brought Great Britain to the It has served one great purpose It position to carry our goods In our Is to ho hoped that at ia.t th wnv all political affairs in whatever sons and one daughter. The Empress verge of civil war, doubtless prompt- has brought the great republics ot own vessols and under our nwn win i... , ... w m itvn quarter of tlib globe they might arise, has not been without influence on ed the Kaiser to believe that she the South nnd ourselves to a iioiu u. better flag. Let this government glvo some Industrial usefulness. Sclontlflc and made llttlo se his family life, which, compared to would refuse to be drawn into tho understanding, and the conferncs encouragement to tho upbuilding of cret of Itn divlro to gather in tho j that of the other Hohenzollerus, has struggle. Besldos there was nothing th A. B. C. envoys have served' of our merchant marine by wlso laws American. to succession or tho old Austrian Em- been remarkably free from to indicate that Italy's loyalty to tho show that our interests, both In hu- and we shall resume tho position The Case of L. L.'Cantolou. peror. Had Fennels Joseph not lived lovo affairs. At least she has triple alliance had been undermined manity and in commercial develop- on the high seas which we occupied so long there would today bo but one not had to lead the life of auxlous or that Belgium would offer by any Tho case of L- - L. Cantolou, Clarbefore tho time of tho civil war. ment are mutual. great nation from the Baltic to tho jealousy that was the portion of real resistance endon, Texas, la simular to that of The present occupant or tho White It Is possible for us to supply Adriatic, from Holland to tho Bal- his grandmother and mother. Tho 'a Such was tho situation when ho South America with most of the House Is eminently qualified to carry many othersa who havo usod kan States, oid In that nation dem- Empress is his Ideal of womanhood, throw tho sword Into tho balance, goods they have been importing out this work. Tho new Co tariff law Itomedy.Ml ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea ocratic Idcalr. would have no place. a wlto that lovi'H, honors and obeys and who inn doubt that in doing so from Europo. They aro in u position und tho currency bill no longer retya, "After trying a doctor lor aoverul niontlw, and using Early In hi.; reign he tried to es- her husband and is a fond and pro- his only thought was for a greater to greatly increaso their exportatlons quire his attention. Tho tension of dlfferen Mndids ' tablish inoro cordial relations with ductive mother, Political influence Germany, in the past he has loved to this country,, Now Is the time for tho Mexican situation has been re wife vvho had of inoddldne ifor Russia, but dcuplte his efforts the she never tries to exert, hut devotes lo htnnd beneath tho starred canopy our manufacturers and merchants to laxed, the country realises that tho bowel complalut boonroublodwdhsovoro Intimacy of ilussia and France In- her time to the "Kalber, Kinder, of the White House Hull In the glori direct all of thoir energies for toward great need at, tho present time is Ibought a 25c. botiU'o sevcraL mouths creased. Li 1G69 the marriage of Klrcbo, Kochen and Klclder" (Kuls-c- r, ous nnd gleaming white helmet of the cultivating trade relationship with tbo upbuilding of our of Ch amber lain'a marine. Espe- Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Ilomody. his sister look him to atheus, and childreu, church, cooking and guards, topped by burnished helmet our neighbors. They should adapt cially is this so with tho approach- After iw.ng the second bott, she- - va from thero ho vent to Constantinople clotbuu). on which the figure ot the Imperial themselves, to their wants and their ing opening of tho Panama Canal. entlro'y cured" 1'or nale bv AH and laid tho foundations for a Ger- Even at his silver wedding, stand eagle lb defiantly poised, and eel ' uiothwla of doing business; tuoy Tho recent conferences hold In Wash- Driers. INTERESTING Adut-Hnml- d, : LOOK HERE! i Now is the lime to gel the JOHN DEERE Wagons, Buggies, Cultiva-- j " tors, Mowers, Hay Rakes and Hay Presses. Also Hercules Buggies. Don't forget that we can furnish you the best binder on the market. Come and contract with us, so we '.i can have the machine here in time il. lit so tnere win ne no aeiay wnen me time comes to use them. Buy your implements from the.dealer that has ; practical experience ana Knows ine t implements to select. : : : Jl I . : : : ; WILLIAMS & MILLER, a7 a TCTTEI") .? TW well-defin- Fare 3 22 gicat ! V'Tcfr 1 Daily-CLEVELAN- -- C i' Cjn-ut- KENTUCKY STATE FAIR SEPT. 14th to 19th. 1914 $3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE h BATTLE OF MEXICO" J. DENT, Secretary, m left-hand- ed Ohatu-bwlatn- , T. R, TO SUPPORT STRAIGHT TICKET Withdraws Indorsement of man For Governor of New York, Hin- - 1 twenty yoars ngo I used und Colic, Cliolcrn ," writes Ueo- - W. Diarrhoea Brock, pub'.'.sbcr of the Enterprise, .Md. "I discovered Unit It wa8 ft 'lu'ck ,l!,a ' curo I0r Since then no ono can ' "ll&rrliom. sell ine nnyhUiiB clso said to bo 'Juut r,.i iiBnl.nif'n,.ni,P..,i i.ia ,, kil.' Murine nl- - U.teo years 1 clslnn lifter a conference at Sagamore have uw.dd it nnd rccomoiidcdd It Hill with a committee of twenty many Lines, and It lias never by the State Cam one appointed unvone" For sa!e by All mittce of the Progressive party to map out its campaign. The commit- DaJeT8. tee catue here after a meeting In New York at which It voted to make a FOR FLETCHER'S lone fight. I clrciuu-ntnnccf- l, Col. ItORovclt, under no will be the Progressive canSajH. Luke didate for Governor, he declared in a Most of us have little troublo folmessage sent to the committee belowing admonition tho Rlbiical fore it left New York. As a result, ngalnst laying up treasures here on no strong effort wns made to get hi in earth. to change his mind. Names mentioned yVhy Is It that a man will grudge n for the nomination are William minister $. for tying the knot nnd Hotchklss, former State Superintend- yet will gladly pay n lawjer ?500 to ent of Insurance, ami Frederick M. untie it? Davenport, who ran for Lieutenant Lots of patriots are willing to die Oovernor In 1!H2. Moth of these men for their country. Hut they insist i attended todays' conference. upon dying of old age. Col. Roosevelt's atApparently, When a girl has shapely ankles futempt to bring about n and new silk stockings she simply sion in New York was frustrated by can't keep her shoe strings tied. the'declaratlon of Mr. Hlnman at the One reason why a dog looks so Inunofficial convention of the Repub- telligent is because he never starts licans nt Saratoga, that he would to talk nnd show his ignorance. not he a cnndlate on any other ticket There are a whole lot of women if defeated for the Republican nom- who get their ages and their bust ination Col. Roosevelt mndo It evi- measurements mixed. dent that he felt that the man whose After a man has been married long cause be championed a few weeks enough he learns that the only way ago had thus put himself out of the to argue with a woman is to slam running as a Progressive candidate. the door and keep on going. Col. Roosevelt promised the ProNearly every man owns a patent gressive leaders that he would make cigar lighter that won't light. a campaign from one end of New woman who usThe York State to the other for the nom- ed to put everything she had In her inee of the Progressive party, and stocking now has a daughter who do everything In his power to bring puts everything she has on her back. about his election. Lots of fellows who always keep a When the committee reached Saga- corkscrew and a beer opener on their more Hill tonight, William H. Childs, key rings never have enough to purthe chairman, announced the decision chase a drink. reached to place in the field astralght If there were any truth In the ticket, at least for all the Important early rising theory the milkman offices. At that point, the Colonel would have all the money in the broke in: world. "I wish to add that I am In thoro When a woman watches another accord with the action which has woman cook a meal she always goes beeji taken by the committee," he around and tells the neighbors that said. the other woman uses too much but"And I shall fight for the nominee ler. of the Progressive party to tho best It Is funny how a woman likes to of ray ability. I shall make a cam- wash dishes when she Is away from paign In every section of the State, home and how she hates the job from one end to the other. when she Is at home. "I am ready for tho fight," he Before marriage all they talk about added. "I am feeling better and is clothes and men. After marriage stronger every day." all they talk about Is men and clothes. NotSoStrago After All. What has become of the You may tblnk Jt strango that bo girl who used to wear a cor trouble by Chamberlain's Tub etf. You set? would not however, if you should gjo Uicm a trlaU They Btrengtili-e- n and invigorate tho stomach and fcnablo 1 o perform its functions Rcs'e Klsh Wabash Mrs. "Nothing "did mo the lnd., write least good until 1 beyau using ChamGIRL berlain's Tablets. It Is decidedly tho best nibhlicliie or Btomacji trouble I For Bale by rt'l Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's have over used-m dealers Vegetable Compound ReCarlye on War. stored Her DaughHorriblo enougli! a whole March-fiel- d strewed with sliU splinters, ter's Health. cannon shot, ruined tumbrils, and Plover, Iowa. "From a small child dead men and horses; stragglers still remaining not so much as buried. my 13 year old daughter had female weakness. I spoke And those red mold heaps; aye, there to three doctors lie the sliellsof men, out of which all about it and they did the life and virtue has been blown; not help her any. Lydia E. Pinkham's and now they are swept together and Vegetable Comcrammed down out of sght, like pound had been of blown egg shells. Did nature, Vheu Donau bring down his WXMeaaaaaaaSeaHi great benefit to me, 'tine bado the vvvV so I decided to have 'mold-cargofrom the Corinthian her :give It trial heights, and spread and 'Carpathian She hu taken five rlch-'e- st them 'out 'Here Into the softest, tattles of thevVege- IT,. 'T V ' table Compound ac level, intend thee, O Marchfleld, nursery, hereon cording to directions on the bottle and a for 'her children might be nursed; or for she Is cured of 'this trouble. She was she started taking a cock pit, wherein they might the all run down when hor periods did not the Compound and more commodtously be throttled come right She "was so 'poorly and tattered? Were thy three broad high- weak that Ioften'had'tohelpherdress ways, meeting hero from the ends of herself, but mow she .is regular and is Europe, made for ammunition wag- growing strong and 'healthy." Mrs, ons, then? Were they Wagranis and MjOyrmiHELVia, Plover, Iowa, Stlllfr'leds but so many ready built Hundreds of such 'letters expressing wherein the house of gratitude for the good Lydia B. casemates, table Compound has accomHapaburg might batter with artillery, and with artillery be battered? plished are 'constantly being received, proviBgtheireliabillty of this grand old KonlK Ottakar, amid yonder hill- remedy. ocks, dies under Rodolf's truncheon; drag along ilf.yeu.are'ill l here Kaiser Franz falls aswoon un- -l ctt!UjHie'tMtt(f ordo not and day out and day in but Nopoleon's; within Which Ave der Vege-table- 1 how 'has at efecetaktf Lydia . Pinkham's centuries, to omit others, Cernpeund, a woman's remedy for tby breast, fair plain, been defaced woman's ilk. Is torn, and defiled! The greedward If 'yrawavt special advice wrMe to . up and trampled down; man's fond Lya'aVPWkaM Medlciae Co. (coufl. rows,. 4eBtlal)'yaa,'M.U8. Your letter will care of It, his fruit treeshedge and pleasant dwellings blown awayi be epeaed, read ana astwered by a ilth sun powder ;vand the Kina'seeu wemsavaat'MM la strict 'twtMwece. '"Same ChaniUu-'iiln'- s Jit-mo- Oyster Hay, N. Y., Aug. 21. Theodore llooscvclt tonlglit withdrew his recent Indorsement of former State Senator Harvey I). Illnimiu, a ltrptibllcnn for tho nomination for Governor tin the Procresslvn ticks nnd pledged himsflf to the support of a straight Progressive party fight In New York State. field lies (i desolate, hideous place of skulls. Nevertheless, nature is ut work; neither shall these powder with their utmost deviltry gainsay her; hut nil that gorq and enrnnge will ho shrouded in, absorbed into nature; and next year lite Marchfleld will he green nny.Rrcen-cr- . Thrifty, unwearied nature, ever out of our great waste educing some llttlo profit of thy own how dost thou, from tho very carcass of the killer, bring life for tho living! Sartor Hesurtus. Tho Twonty YoarTost. J , dlsap-'po'nU- U Children Cry c CASTO RA rible fight to the duke of Pnrma In Wet and Dry HpelK sssssssufssssssstssHsV Some people do not seem to bo 1G&G. Then the Dutch endeavored to awnro of the fact t tint what Is good ruin the city by building forts on for one year Is not for another hav- both sides of the river, thus hoping ing different seasons. You may sow to prevent ships from coming to wheat on cotou land unbroken and the Antwerp whnrves. Antwerp wns in the possession of on land Joining it well broken for a dry season; the well broke land will tho French from the rise of Napoleon do fine while tho unbroken is per- until the year before Waterloo. Ono of tho most beautiful catheishing. On the other hand, if It Is r.ilning lots the well broken land drals In tho worltl Is In Antwerp. will come fine. Tho cause Is that Some of the greatest paintings In when there is much water In tho tho world are In its picture gallerground the roots ae kept from ies. Great writers, thinkers nnd have lived In Antwerp. Antwerp reaching out to get feed, thus it gets but little feed and too much water. Is the world's fourth lnrgest seaport. If the UelglaiiB themselves had On the other hand, tho land Is clnso FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN and not so much water In it and the Joined in a league with Franco and All Pictures of Kentucky' Governor feed close and tho roots do not hnve had declared war on Germany, then From llie foundation of the Stat to tho present to reach out so far to get nourish- Indeed might the Hermans have some time The only complete collodion in exltlcnco excuse for having laid a trlbuto on ment. Picturci of nil Trcjlilent a of tlie United States, fron of til Nations In colon. Tliccry to Wilson. 1 You may never have noticed tho tho contjuero deities. Hut because the al latest Kentucky Map sliOwlniCounllci,towin,rallroa;!,Coii-KrclonKcntticLy Ccniiw. IlelgiaiiH refused tho Germans pasdistrict, etc. growth on deep snnd one year with MM completemapotthi; United Mate, l'tillondccmi lctrmapoftlic another. If there la good season for sage way and defended their homes world. Inthulilstoricat Kentucky slttcli Is tU en tlrpclitlcat time. statistics from t!ic foumlitl n of the Mate to t lie tho growth of stuff on tight land tho their cities arc now to bo treated by Kxecutlve Department. All Departments of the Mite Oovcrrnieit with the headsolench deep sand is certain to do but llttlo the Invader as fine material for loot. Department and t to clcrlctl force wltli their salaries. Various The attitude of tho conquering Gcr-mnKentucky and Courts with their ftafl ulth o.Ticcm and and more sure not to do much If the olarlci. Political Committees and Ortanliatlons of tlio toward the Holglans Is Indicaland Is gcting old. If it is too dry State. Kentucky Unite i Mites Senator. Kentucky Chief Jmtlccs. Mwikers of the Kentucky House. Cpnfres'ional for good rich tight land you may tive of n framo of mind when ImperRailroad Commission rs. tcnatorlal Districts. Districts. Counties of Kentucky, when made and from v. hat Counties. look to the deep sand, for It Is com- ialism runs riot. , itv) All of tho Vital SUtiUlci of Kentucky. Imperialism Is dangerous to the ing. What Is tho cause? The deep This unique and valuable Atlas is free sand is loose and holds too much liberties of free people, dangerous to Ire to all livening Tost subscribers. If not moisture when It nlns much and the tho peace of the warld, and when now a subscriber, send S3.00 for a full grow out far enough to get a this war Is over tho quicker peoplo Just year's subscription, or $2.00 for a 6ix good drink. In this way the plant abolish all kings the nearer they months' subscription by mail. Is held down, Just like giving your will be to the permanent maintePloas nn3rstnJ, tbeso rait arobymat only, and not Ihrouih carrier crasoat. nance of peace. mule plenty of water nnd no feed. OUR SPECIAL COHBINATION OFf ER: If you will notice when we have a $3.00 Dally Etcd!o( Past, ono year real wet early spring and It then Summor Constipation Dan91.50 Kentucky Governor Wall Chart gerous. turns dry the growth of productssuf-fcr- s - $1.0iht Hartford Republican, 1 yr at once. It is getting too much Constipation in Summcr-tlm- o Is ALL THREE FOR - - - $3.50 . it X.water and no feed and it is not root- more dangerous than in the fall, wining down at till ; It is rooting Just on ter or spring- The ftod ou eat is oftop of the ground In an effort to ten contaminated and Is more likely keep from drowning. The rain has to ferment In your stomach. Tlien you been packing the ground and' there are npt to drink much cold water durIs vegetation all on the ground and ing tho hot weather, thus Injuring no room for moisture and vegetation your stomach. Colic, Fever. Ptomaine to absorb what there Is. The plant Poisoning and ohter Ills are natural will keep you woV. roots are on top of the ground and in rosu'.ts.Po-Do-ha- x a few days your growth is suffering as it increases the Be, Oie natural for rain. The moisture, so after wet laxative which rids ho Jbowels of the spells you ought to stay with it, congested poisonous waste.' P.oafant plow deep and lots and If the crop is and effectilve- - Taks dose big enough pitch dirt to it. This is 50c. at "our Druggist. the only time that I advocate pitchFarm For Sale. ing dirt to your growth, with the exception of plowing corn the second 150 Acres on Hartford and Rockpor time. If you pitch dirt to corn it road, 1 2 "miles from Broadway and does not sucker but little. I ad- 2 miles from Itockport. Schoolhousc vocate deep plowing and follow the on adgo of farm ryid church near. plow with harrow; but do not har- Three roads pass dwelling house Will help parents develop their sons into row when wet or Just one time Is which is on Hartford R. F. D. No. " enougli if the land is made smooth 4- - ilost of land perfectly level. Any the best type of citizens and Christian at one. If harrowed too much you on. desiring to purchase farm will do gentlemen. Its patronage is .widely scatwill get your seed bed settled too wtO.1 to investigate. Price reasonaclose to hold moisture. This causes ble. Apply for further Information tered and comes from ethe best homes in the land to pack. to BARNETT & SON, Agents. the South. Its capacity-- is limited Plow deep while crop Is small after every heavy rain and get over as Who Started the War? reservations should be made early. quick as possible and when your Who' started the war? s. growth gets large do not plow close Place your son in this select group Not I, says the kaiser, or deep. Be sure to see that your Write I've been an adviser plow is not striking the roots. Where Of peace from the start. drouth does not rage deep plowingis I wouldn't depart not so necessary, only every few From my peaceful position years to subsoil. On any condition. For catalogue and-- information. Box A. A fight I deplore; How's I am dead against war. Ws oiler One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh Who started the scrap? that cannot be cured by Hall's Not I, says Franz Joseph, If you are not familiar with Llppln- Catarrh Cure. This war I'd oppose If P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. cott's you are doing yourself and undersigned, have known F. J. We, the They'd listen to me; i Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe the publishers an Injustice. htm perfectly honorable In all business But they will not, you see. transactions and financially able to carry g These out any obligations made by hts firm. Serbs NATIONAL, DANK OF COMMERCE. Are the class that disturbs Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, My peace-lovin- g nap; acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials I detest a vile scrap. sent free. Price 7S cents per bottle. Sold nr-tls- ts nH si H Wash-InKt- on la-- s ptc-e- ItinJuJejr-AUSlateO.Iicl- .ils. aw i s I SSEI - Up Mwm3M afjtli in mx&mjm .BBBS MM JA Vanderbilt Training School for Boys elktonky. of-boy- MffTHENEY & BSTTS USE LI V-VER-- This?" war-lovin- LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE nat-ural- MOTHER OF SCHOOL " 'ririfV 1m8&- corn-beari- ad Who started this muss? Not I, says the czar; Huts Klectrocutctl. A novel devlco for electrocuting It gives me a Jar. And burning and looting, rats wus rigged up recently by a To think of the shooting train crew at tho railroad station And sacking and pillage at Fort Wayne, Intl., where they beOf city nnd village. lieve In "doing It electricity." Not I'm the kind of a Iluss long ago rats entered the basement That dcbplses a muss! of the new station thru the coal chute and gave trouble until the Who Btarted the fight? statlonmen got together and conNot I, replies France; an electric chair especially structed Not by any mischance designed for rats. Would I force the occasion Tho" chair" consists of an iron For German Invasion. plate with a steel spike suspended What though Alsace-Lorrain- e above It, both the plate and spike May become mine again being connected to the two wires of It doesn't seem right; spike an electric circuit. With the And it grieves mo to fight. baited with a piece of cheese, the rodents which venture upon the plate Who started this row? and reach upward complete an elecNot I, says Johln Bull; trical circuit thru their bodies and Lud, the- - Just bad to pull thus become their own executioners. Me Into the rumpus. v Antwerp and Kings. Sit still while they thump us? Well, that Isn't our game,' It will be a tragedy it Germany But we're grieved Just the same. should capture Antwerp, one of the We abominate war; old free cities. Germany is the last word in ImIt's a thing we abhor. perialism that was so widespread in Who started tho war? Europe 400 years ago. Germany holds Though nono will admit It, to the old custom of levying a tribute on a city when It Is conquered. ' On thinking a bit It Seems certain to us See what Is demanded of Brusels. That some onery cuss, Antwerp was the first city in conSome kaiser or king, tinental Europe to adopt a bill of Must have started this thing. rights similar to Magna Charta, which Let us know, we implore; the English ' people wrested from Who started this war? King John. Springfield Union. Since the twelfth century the' citizens of Antwerp haye had a share How to Cure a Sprain. in the making of laws and Imposing of taxes. A sprain may be cured hi about' Antwerp has been free, except the time required by the when It suffered by being crushed usuaC treatment by applying Chamber under the Iron heel of foreign op- Iain's Liniment and observing the dipressors. rection with each bottle. For, sV Antwerp surrendered after a ter by oL dealer. m one-tthir- d by all Druggists. Take Hall Family Pills for constipation. For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oE Constipation. "The Standard Fiction Magazine of America" Foel right all tho time. Don't lay oft! from work for days by taking; calomel keeps you NOW IN ITS 4Cth YEAR when pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x on your feet, while relieving your troubDon't le. 25 Cents a Copy $3.00 a Year take Safer too, and easy to take. afford anything else. You can't Eliminates poisons, cleanse3 sys(The first magazine to originate the it and relieves constipation. A nattem Idea of publishing a complete ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura in its effect and certain in results. It novel In each number.) will won't be long before JLV- - Ve completely displace calomel in evert A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION home. Children can take' it freely ana with perfect safety. Every bottle guarBRINGS YOU anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. None genuine without the likeness and signa12 Great Complete Novels. 75 Snort ture of L. K. Grursby. For sale by CO 60 Timely Articles. Stories. 3. H. WILLIAMS," - Hartford. Ky. Striking Poems. 200 Pages of Humor. THI SEWING MActMNK Llpplncott's Is enjoying a big reOF Thousand of vival of popularity. QUALITY.) new readers have been addojd ta Its the past subscription list during few months, and Us circulation Is NOT Increasing rapidly. SOLD ax NEW ANY UNDER OTHER NAME. HOW TO ' REDUCE THE COST OF GOOD READING Send To-da- HOME I y for Lipplacott's "Little Book of Bargain" New Edition WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purchase tbe NEW HOME you will Big fcave life auet the price yod par, and will at a not have an endleaa chain of repairs. Just Published for the 1913-19- Season SENT FREE UPON REQUE9T LT " faift IS CoaaJet, MafMat j.i.LitrwconconrANY .WASNIMflTVN write fer, Jf tpply at once the wonderful old reliable DR. nrUteet catalogue before you purchase. ANTISEPTIC HKALINGOII..asur-ilea- l dressing thai, relieves paia aad heU at X Hum Uabu Catsaasr UaalSa. aW StalM Hlift auH .be itmc time. Not a lialaient. 2$c.sec.fl.oa I WW IWRI tflMI BJRjR Te PrtvMt Wood PetssMlnf mPn9m tfllKwr yeuiwuataiewlufwiaclilne, ' te-u- y. t Wfl j.M tmvSimiin" .. xJ H clnM, trtiord Republican. itrcorAlnK to law at II roMolflw t mail matter ot the rtrond Kttred arUonl, Ky., but for tho few; for the many it Is pain and anguish and annihilation. And tho fruits of war? To tho soldier In tho ranks, not bo much as n gravo of his own on WATCH FOR THE OLD ARMY MOTH ndvnnrf per Chimb Nottcos tor nervier frre, tint other llni". church nilTertteinrnt. .V commnnloatlonn nlll recelte no ADoDymonn which his loved ones may plant the '"rosemary that Is for memory," but C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor to rot In a trench, where hundreds One Colored of his unnamed comrades lie, ono Those With more clod returned to dust. Addresa all cornmunlcatloos to Wing Very Dangerous. To the leaders, If they are suc Wh HorUord Republican. cessful, the fruits aro a little flat tery, a little flaunting of flags and NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS then "six feet of English ground," Great Damage to Crops and Bnbpcribrr ilcflrlnK tin inm fcnt to n nut a mausoleum under tho Grecian In innklnK th tddr mat Rlre tho olil mldrrM Lawns May Easily Be sky, a dagger's thrust at the foot rtqont. In of Pompey's statue, a death-be- d UotlncM Loral nml .Notlcr loc per line nml Avoided. per liar tor each u.l.lllloiinl prison under alien a far sea-ginml Can! it ThanHfe Obltnnrlc-- , Itmoltitlon these, a line in stars. And, after . line, money In 1 . rt and cares to a beautiful city whose i li tnakcr and builder Is God, and that from each of the tendcrcst of our heart strings there goes out to his dear wife and baby the sweetest sympathy that can flow from a human heart. JAMES 11. WILLIAMS, i If. B. BROWN, JOHN T. MOORE, Committee. FERTILIZERS ? Sttiitc'.s Ail. ItoMiltx. This war has already made its sacrifice of life, poured out Its full attention. libation of blood to Mars. Belgium has once more become a veritable Golgotha "a place of skulls" half 2.C3 Ci3.m3otla.ai ...... CO of France is In mourning, and all of retraaoro' I Atvisxl Germany weeps on her doorsteps. The end can bo only a few bloodFKIDAY, AUO. U8. stained laurels, a few rods of one side or the other; and At least Belgium is nobody's goat, to offset these an estopped scientific progress ruined commerce, thous"Japan is drawn in" by a weak ands of widows and orphans and mustard plaster too. desolate homes, and the bitter racial Xoble hatreds that will be handed down, Who is going to win the even unto the third and fourth genpeace prize this year? erations of them who hated peace. Have we been sending And all of this hideous pain and passion and sorrow and sacrifice for to the wrong place? tcrrl-torytory, rr history. Evidently Japan thinks scrimmage for corner lots. t is a what? To test the war strength of leaders and rulers who had ground their people on the wheel of militarism for a uarter of a century. For Europe had no reason to fight; she had her treaties and her laws of arbitration, but because she had tho guns and the ships she forgot her obligations to science and civilization, to the 3dd pf peace and to th? ,. mothers of men. The miracle of conciliation will not CODie In a week or a month, for the time of miracles has past. But when it docs come men will stand aghast at their own bloody work, and ashamed that they heeded not them tho command spoken to through the person of Peter that memorable night nearly 8,000 years ago "Put Up thy sword; for all they that take the sword shall perish with the sword." With the price of medicine going up nobpdy can afford to be sick. We believe a peace Congress was about this scheduled for Vienna How do you suppose those mjld, eyed Belglums have ever got that name? The AraericaifconsumeY hates to place his appetite on an European war basis. "r Now that Carranza is a real ruler, he will no doubt, look with great disfavor upon those who start rev- This isluf independent Republican newspaper, devoted to the interest of all the people, and not bound by any sort of rule or rope to support any nominee, whom it knows has been untrue to the great common We aro ready people heretofore. for advice from any honest man who thinks we should persue a different course. Wo take pleasure ami pride in supporting a man who represents our principles if ho has been fairly nominated and Is worthy of our confidence, but would this paper be worthy of confidence if it asked its readers to support every man no matter what his character simply because he happened to be nominated? olutions. Too bnarJU8t when thT Panama Canal is ready for the world's business, the only business the world has is war. Germans Courteous to Americans. U buy free trade goods When London, Aug. 25 (5 a. m.). The abroad, on which no wages have been Times discused at length the your paid in America, where are German treatment of Americans who customers to come from? Surely not' were stranded in Germany at the ffom among the men and women opening of the war, says: who used to manufacture those "There are many Indications that foods in the. United States. Germany still hopes to find friends It is funny to see our Democratic among neutral nations. The most friends take the position that the strenuous efforts in that direction European war will bring prosperity were reserved for the United States to this country, because they can-p- as represented by Americans strandmanufacture and send their ed within Germany's borders. "So soon as the panic that followed goods here, and our people will get to make and sell them. In other the outbreak of the war had subsidwords the war simply takes tlfe ed elaborate orders were Issued that place of a Protective Tariff,, with every courtesy be shown Americans. the exception that this country must All this week special trains have been do without the revenue which the running for their benefit from Mutariff used to furnish and we may nich, Frankfort and other centers to have to tax ourselves to make up Rotterdam and Flushing. Nothing1 was left undone which could give the deficit. the parting guests a favorable im to-daot pression of Germany. "At certain stations along the route the parties 'were met by Germans bringing hot coffee and other refreshments and by others waving the Stars and Stripes. "The travelers were plentifully provided with German papers and received copies of a pamphlet printed In English and issued by the Foreign Office of Germany, entitled 'Germany's Reasons for War.' " I). C Washington, Aug. 25. Evryone interested in the destrucpest is being tion of the army-worrequested by tho United States department of agriculture to look nut moths with ono for army-worwing. The department's entomologists nre catching army-wormoths where they arc plentiful coloring one wing of each, in and then liberating them the same terrltory.so that they may determine whether these moths fly directly west, or north, and how quickly nnd far they will spread. A better knowledge of the habits of this pest should enable the depart tuent to control Its spread. No moths are to be let loose where their liberation could possibly add to the na tural damage. The moths are already showing themselves In Virginia and in Mary- laud, and the department's agents are catching speclmcnts at Ports mouth and Charlottsvllle, in Vir ginia, and Hagertown in Maryland. The agents at Portsmouth are ap plying a red stain to one wing of ach specimen caught; those at Charlottesville a block pr yellow stain; and those ai Hagertown, a Then the moths are violet color. left to follow tho mural course they Would huvo pursued. "Look for the army-wormoth with a colored wing during the coming month," the department's bureau of Entomology is advising Its agents west of the Mississippi. Any one observing a marked specimen will aid In the campaign by re porting the fact to the bureau of C, D. Washington, Entomology, When its presence has been noted, the moth should be destroyed. The wings of the army-wormoth, when outspread, measure Inches from tip to tip. about 1 The body is about half this 'length. The general shape of the moth with its wings outspread is triangular. The moths will hover about the On farms lights In the evening. they will be found on the outside of They screens and doors at night. will probably not be observed In the On dark, hot, daytime. close nights, such as precede thunder storms, they will probably be espe cially noticeable. The army worm pest has caused considerable damage to the crops and lawns this summer throughout the northern United States east of The worms are the Mississippi. only now disappearing in northern Maine and Michigan, which were probably hatched from the eggs of moths migrating from more southWith ern portions of the country. tho additional knowledge that litis experiment will give, tho department hopes to control the spread of tho pest more completely In coming years. m m m m m m Squire Denn was in town Wednesday and tolls us that his advertisement run in this paper, offering some fine hogs for sale, was successful. The ad was answered by n party In Arkansas who bought the hogs. In his letter to Squire Dean tho gentleman mentioned The llcpubllcnu. Ri'iifrow Defeats Married Men. Theltcnfrow school boys played the married men of Ilenfrow. They defeated them 14 to 1). The mnr- rlcd men went nwny with their heads down. They played last year and tho games were tied, but they are untied now. The married men were In good heart until the last but they got FLOYD MORRIS. down-hearted. Pure animal matter Fertilizer has always given good results in the production of Wheat. A liberal use of good Fertilizers most always more than doubles your yield per acre. Successful wheat growing cannot be accomplished without the liberal use of good Fertilizer. WILL NOT TREAT WITH CARRANZA Villa Advises U. S. Thht He In On Two generations of farmers in this county have used successfully the HORSE Elimination Of First Chief. BRAND of FINE RAW BONE and CORN and WHEAT SHOE Washington, Aug. 25. While President Wilson and other Administration olilcials nre confident that the differences between Carranza anil Villa will be settled without recourse to arMsr details of the position assumed by Gen. Villa, as reaching here In official reports, show that the fighting General plans to Insist on GROWER. Our warehouse popular brands. is loaded with these Drive your wagon in the elimination of Carranza from permanent power in the new Mexico administration. Gen. Carranza has sent one of his three division commanders Gen. Obregon to Sonora not only to smooth out the local troubles In that Statu but to confer with Gen. Villa in an endeavor to bring Villa Into complete harmony with the Car- and supply your needs. E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. ranza government. Gen. Villa's position, as outlined to the Washington 'government, contains the folowlng two proposals, either one ot which he will accept. First A conference of military chiefs to be called as agreed to at the meeting at Torreon when the first break was adjusted, one delegate representing every 1,000 men in the army; this convention would designate a man to be Provisional President who under the constitution could not succeed himself, but would call a general election. Second Carranza can be designated as Provisional President by the proposed convention, but he must agree to abide by the constitution Villa-Carran- NEW 1 INSURANCE AGENCY have recently purchased from A. C. Yciser his recording for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental. Hartford, Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes X the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county. X These are all old line Insurance Companies and 1 will be pleased to hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, Agencies "Put Up Thy Sword." When, in the shadows of Gethse-roanChrist said to the angry Peter: "Put up thy sword." He made the li6Cple the type of waring nations. The command was admonition for patience and forbearance, the first direct order for universal peace. Suppose the days of miracles could come back, and that from somewhere out of tho heavens, cleaving the crystal spaces, that gentle voice d could say aloud to the hoists, killing each other on already historic battle grounds: "Put up your swords." What 'a magnetic silence, what a blessed peace there would fall upon the world. Roses would crow up in the death trenches and the cannon's throat would fill with rust. Men would turn in abhorrence from their task of killing; and the voice of Kachel, heard thru-othe land, would bo a voice of singing for her children saved. For, after all, what Is war, and waht are tho fruits thereof? "War Is glory," say tho leaders; and the enlisted men, stirred to & passion of enthusiasm, follow tho throb of the drums to where the banners blossom in tho sky and are fed as so .much can Ion to the vultures of destruction. War is glory, e, war-crazeut WOXDEIt. Tho Texas Wonder cures kidney an bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, Sunday School Association Meets. cures dltbetes, weak tnd lame backs, Forty-nint- h State Convention rheumatism, and all Irregularities of The of tho Kentucky Sunday School As- tho kidneys and bladder in both men sociation will meet in Lexington, and women. Kegulatea bladder trouA splendid program bles In children .If not sold by your October is being arranged, there will be druggist, will send by mall on resome of the best speakers In the Sun-da- y ceipt of $1.00. Ono small bottlo la School work, music by a great two months' treatment, and seldom choir, conferences on all depart- falls to perfect a cure. Send for tesments of Sunday School activities. timonials from this and other states. There are about four thousand Sun- Dr. E. W. Hall, 292C Olive Street, St. day Schools in Kentucky and every Business Opportunity. one of these is entitled to send delegates. No money can be better spent Wanted partner with $600 In excounty right proposition. than by coming to such a gathering cellent Full investiand meeting the people who are do Splendid possibilities. ing tho best things for the uplift gation. Address W. S. 308 Blde- - Louisville, Ky. of Kentucky. Lexington is near the center of the State and Is easily Resolutions' of Respect. reached and, outside of the convenResolutions of Rough River Lodge tion, has many attractions for vis- No. 110, Knights of Pythias on the itors. Any one who is interested in death ot Chancellor Commander making a greater and a better Ken- John W. Taylor: tucky can become a delegate. For Whereas, In the due course of huparticulars write to the Kentucky man events as the sun was being Sunday School Association, 712 lowered behind the Western hills and in the deep hush that o'er the earth was stealing, there came to us Bust of Kaiser Deflects Bullet. Marseilles, Aug. 24. Among the the shock that our brother and worFrench wounded here Is a soldier thy Chancellor Commander, John W. who has been fighting in Lorraine. Taylor, had left us, and Whereas, in this sad picturo the He owes his life, he says, to a small bust of Emperor William, which ho golden cord ot Pythian love that gathered up in a village school and bound each of our hearts to the life of this noble Knight, was suddenly pluced In his haversack. A German bullet struck tho bust severed, therefore bo it Resolved, that in his passing we and damaged the head. Tho soldier was only wounded by tho missile recognize the sweet transition of a human lite from a world of sorrows thus deflected. A THAWS 20-21- !. Inter-South-e- ra and not succeed himself. Gen. Villa would have no objection. It is learned, if Carranza retired as first chief or Provisional President and became a candidate In the general elections, but Villa's followers are confident that they could defeat Carranza at the polls. Gen. Villa, it Is understood from reliable sources, has let It be known that he does not wish to enter the Presidential race, preferlng that no military man hereafter hold tho reins of power In Mexico. It is suggested in many quarters that Villa Intends to proposo as a cundidato for the presidency Enilllo Madero, a brother of the late E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartford, Ky, . f Lively as a Kitten! Rushed the Order TRAVELING A promising order, It Salesman, while in Nashville, Term., took a large delivery in ten days. would take two days for the order to reach the Home Office by mail. It took him only a few minutes to telephone the order from a pay station-othe fcell Telephone system. ' f . I 3!5 Good Feed Time saved by telephoning orders often means fulfillment of contract. When you telephone smile I makes your stock lively as a kitten. The Rest Feed obtainable in Ohio0 County is to be found here. Those who follow market quotations on Oats, Hy, Corn, etc., and note our figures,' will find we ii'iuKu low prices. ., Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. OWKNSHOHO, . . W KENTUCKY. W. E. ELLIS The Produce Merchant HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY Let us do your Job Printing. Best equipped office in Western Kentucky. w Special Close-Out- s Wo are not ndvonit s of currying over kummur goods to another summer, honco wo have grouped Would you buy a drink for Ohio County? Mrs. Marvin Mosley, of Padttcnh, visited Miss Helen Hnlph this wc6k? I FRENCH CANNON . BELCH DEATH I &' t sXsSPP E 253EiS33i SCHOOL How much will Ohio County drink next week? We're going to pay for Muzzle it. Mrs. Mliml'j Wedding and son Walter, have gonu to the Mammoth Cave to spend about a mouth. If you'wunt to rend "something startling lok for the hlg Ad. on page clKht of Ihe next Issue of this paper. Nothing like It before. Itev. W7 J. .Miner win preach at the court house the 2nd Sunday In September at 2 p. m. Subject of sermon, "Revelation." Kverybody cordially Invited.. One of our local business enterprises Is causing considerable Interest by a now advertising scheme, which will ho a treat for the pub- rllc. Watch their space on page S, of C our next issue. For seventeen years the Nebraska Indian linse Hall Team composed of marvelously expert genuine Indian ISasc Hall players has traveled through tho Eastern mid Southern Moves Left To Right And Hurling) Ruin. i The French are depending on their artillery to overthrow tho Germans more than any other arm of tho service. They believe the Creusot Is Immediately superior to the Krupp gun, a duplicate of which Is used In the United States army. In speed of fire tho difference Is Impressive. The Creusot will throw thirty shells a minute to tho Krupp's twelve. This is because the German shell is thrust Into tho breech by hand and the French operation Is almost entirely mechanical. The Creusot shell Is laid In a wide steel slide, behind the breech and, after firing, the ecctor throws the shell well clear of tho gun. Moreover, tho Creusot, seventy-fiv- e millimeters, does not "unpolnt" itself even when worked at high speed. The Kupp pivots on a center directly over tho nxle. The lino of the train and the line of recoil are different, except when shooting Btralght ahead. So after six rounds the Krupp must be reslghtcd. The Creusot pivots on the "spade" that part of the trail which touches the ground and rcslghtlng is unnecessary. The gun buries itself more firmly as It Is fired. The Krupp gun is brought back to its original postion after recoil by a spring and this spring gradually wears out. It takes four men twenty minutes to replace it. The Creusot works by compressed air and experience in Morocco and by the Servians and Greeks in the Balkans shows no record of the apparatus getting out of order. Then, too, the French fire Indirectly, protected by a hill, for instance. The German gunners see the object they are aiming at and are exposed themselves. The officer in charge of the men handling a gun,-- six in number for mm. takes his place the seventy-fiv- e with his field glasses on a hill or other high place and locates the enemy. He calls out the direction and distance. Just before the shell reaches the breech, preparatory to flrng, the cor rect distance is punched thru figures stamped on the rim. The marks cause the mechanism automatically to aim the gun. The gun fire does not strike in the ranks of the enemy but is aimed above them. The shell is timed so that it bursts forty-fivfeet from the ground and releases a'ihower of small bullets which plunge downward. So rapidly are the shells sent that the enemy can not retreat or disperse. The gun is so that in firing, it constructed moves sidewlse automatically to the right or left, a little after each shot thus covering possibly a quarter of a mile of an enemy's frontage. There are C.000 of these terrible weapons to a million French troops. The secret of this gun is carefully guarded. Whenever abandoned on the field, its crew destroys It by removing a small key. The gun drops apart In such a manner that its secret can not bo solved. 27. e' number of our best specials that will meet tho overy-da- y demand of our trade. We do not regard profit on them, but give them to you at manufacturer's price. u quite Paris, Aug. MWXi v .v.v,- I 1 - -- h Hi wi j n mm ilk a GROUP 1 Hoys' blue Cottonade and Kahki pants,, fine for school wear, former price flOu, sale price y.)c GROUP 2 ent Leather, former price $2.50, our special sale price $1.)8 GROUP 3 Our entire line of Men's Oxfords, Tans, CJun Metal, latest toes, regular $3.50 quality, sale price 2.98 Ladies' new btylo Slipper.", Gun Metal or Pat- IT! WE ENJOY CHILDREN IN OUR STORE. BRING THEM IN AND FIT THEM OUT WITH BRAND NEW GROUP 4 . Remnant stock of Millinery. Many good styles left. Of course you will not want them" at our first price, but remember the price is now one-halThat means you get a $3.00 hat f. States making a great reputation they appeared. They hold the world's record for straight games won. During the season of 1912 they won 2C out of 27 Btralght games defeating everyone they met from Aug. 27th to Sept. 2Cth. As he passed thru n side gate on his way hunting Friday, Mr James Tom Felix, of Olaton, was the vicwherever tim of his own gun. The hammer of the gun is supposed to have been struck causing tho discharge and his almost instant death. Coroner A. U. Hlley found that death was caused by the accidental discharge of the gun, which was a single barrel shot gun. Tho deceased, who was In his thirty fifth year, leaves a wife, seven small children, a mother, sister, two brothers and many other relatives. Mr. Felix was very popular In his community. for 1.60 GROUP 5 Children's blue check wash pants, another good one for school, ages 10 to 10 years, sells for 50c, sale price to you 39c Hesides the special groups, we are offering many opecials in New Fall Wear, If in need consult us, OUTFITS FOR SCHOOL. FROM TOE TO TOP. WE SEE THAT THE CHILDREN THINGS WE SELECT ARE STRONGLY MADE SO THE V WILL STAND THE STRAIN OF THEIR PLAYFUL. BUSY. LITTLE BODIES. MAKE YOUR GIRLS AND BOYS HAPPY BY DRESSING THEM WELL. THEY WILL STUDY THEIR LESSONS BETTER WHEN NEATLY CLAD. YOU CAN BUY LOTS OF CHILDREN'S CLOTHES IN OUR STORE FOR LITTLE MONEY. and REMEMBER THAT IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. ' .ZLaGb 'Hartford- - Republican. FRIDAY, AUG. 28. Notice Pay Your Taxes! I, or one of my deputies will be at the precincts named below on, the following dates to receive your tax: Monday, Aug. 31, Ralph and At Magan. Tuesday, Sept. 1, Cromwell and Ma-gan. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Nebraska Indians Vs. HARTFORD At East End Park Sept. 2 and 3. Everybody Come! MIbb flora niloy loft Wednesday for (Jwensboro. 'Mr. Bed Taylor returned Wednesday from Blrdseye; Ind. Mm. C.E7'RogerVturned to her borne in Elkton Wednesday. Misses Park and Allen are the guest of Miss Qaylo Tlclienor. Mr. Wilbur Haynes.of Whitesvlllo, Is the guest of relatives .here. Wllma'JohnsonrofLoulsvlllo, h a the guest of Miss Hattte Glenn. Mrs. Z. Wayne Qrlffln left iwonuay for Louisville, where she will visit friends. i Dr. W.llTRIley left Tuesday for MlsV about ten days on a business' mis. elon. Penrose, Ark., where )e will spend 4, Cool Springs at Wysox and Select at Select. , Tuesday, Sept. 8, Roslne and Arnold. Wednesday, September 9, Horse Branch and Dundee. Thursday, 'Sept. 10, Olaton. Miss. Underwood, ol! .Owensboro, Saturday, Sept. 12, Broadway, McIs the guest of Mrs. Joe Miller, on IIenry and Taylor Mines. route 4. Monday, Sept. 14, Rockport. Miss Isabelle Thomas, of Narrows, Tuesday, Sept. 15, Beaver, Dam Is the guest of Miss Vera Hawkins, and Ceralvo. 2. route Wednesday, Sept. 16, Smallhous., Judge John B. Wilson and family Thursday, Sept. 17, Point Pleas returned home yesterday from Daw-so- u ant. Springs. Friday, Sept. 18, Centertown. Monday, Sept. 21, Heflln. and Mrs. R. E. Lee Simmerman Monday, Sept. 28, Buford and daughter, Miss Winnie, left Tuesday Deantleld. for Llvermore Tuesday, Sept. 29, Taffy and HerMrs. Mury White will arrive Saturday to be the guest of Capt. and bert. The tnx books for the above dates Mrs. S. K. Cow will not be at Sheriff's office on Mrs. Shelby Tnylor and daughter, dates mentioned. of New Orleans, are tho guests of S. O. KEOWN, Sheriff. Mrs. Laura Stevoim. Taxes Due For 1914. Misses Fred and Mury Lucy Demp-seWo have received tho tax books and of Iirooklyn, N. Y., are guests nro now ruddy to g'vo you a receipt. of Miss Mattyo Duke. Plcnso call at this office at your earHov. C. V. Hartford; pastor Meth liest convonlcnco and sottlo. odist eliur:li nt Llvermore, paid us S- O. KEOWN, a ctII while in town Monday. Sheriff Ohio Co. 52tf. fc Misses Kva Allen, of Utlca, and Vine Farm For Sale. Myrtle Park, McIIenry, are visiting On account of not being nblo to Miss Gaylo Tlclienor on Union St. properly attend to my farm, situated Miss Mattye Sanderfur returned on Rough Crook, in Ohio county, homo Sunday from Taylor Mines. abut 1 miles from Dundee, Ky., She was accompanied by Miss Vir- on the M., H. & E. R. R and the ginia McKfnuey. same distance from Nurrows, Ky., on A surprise party was given Miss the I. C. R. R., I have decided to sell Gayle Tlclienor Wednesday evening same, consisting of about 100 acres. by her mother. The many guests Will sell as a whole or divide it into enjoyed the evening with their sur- two or three parts and sell separately. prised hostess. The greater part of the farm Is Miss Gertrude Schleiumcr returnRough creek ' second bottom land ed homo from an extended visit to relatives in Canuelton, Ind. She which does not overflow. Have large was accompanied by her grandmoth- barn, good drcliard and good, 'inex; ' haustible well of water. This is an er, Mrs. Schlemmer. opportunity to buy a good farm at Mr Karl Anderson, who recently a reasonable price, For further parlost his house by fire has rebuilt ticulars, call on or address, and moved In. He was given a kitchW. H. MOORE, ,, en shower by his' friends WednesNarrows,, Ky; day night. or E. P.. MOORE. We're going to buy a refreshing 7t2 Hartford, Ky. drink for the people of Ohio, County. Watch tho next Issue of this paper. Infection and Insect Bite8 Dangerous. The greatest offer in the world, Why not get yours? Mosquitoes, flies ami other insects, After a recent visit to their grand- which breed quickly in garbage pails, parents, Mrs and Mrs. S.,iT, Har- ponds at stagnant water, barns.tnus-t- y places, etc., ate carriers ,of disease. nett, Masters Elwood and Hugh Wallace have returned to their home jEverytrme tbey (bite you, they Inject poison into your Byateni from which In Central City, may rosuU. some droad disease Dr. L. D. Dean will conduct a fair Lanament. It Ohio County Fair grounds be- Get a bottle of Sloan's at tho antiaejtflc and a few drops will nu ginning Sept. 23 und'contlnulug four Is tralize the infection caused by days. Dr. Dean conducted tho fair bltos or rupty naj's. Span's Linilast year with marked success. The ment disinfects Cutfs, 'Bruises alid catalogues will bo out la a few days Sorjf JjYpu cannot afford to bo giving full particulars and comprisyour,Urae- - (Money 'back if a ing a most liberal premium list. satisfied. Only 3Sjv your Druggist. y, in-w- ot Prentls. Friday, Sept. Hartford, Kentucky. FORD'S Roadster - Touring Car - PRICES REDUCED Saturday, Aug. 1. $440.00 $490.00 F. O. B. DETROIT. fvss at New Car Load in Stock One In good condition. Call or address E. M. WOODWARD. For Hale. small refrigerator. Madisonville. Museum or Crime Opened. "The Paris Museum of Crime, Inaugurated last March by M. Brleux, a member of the Academy and the French Society of Crime, Is now opl, en to the public, In the Rue do on tie northern, outskirts of the Latin Quarter, midway between the Cluny Museum and the InstiPont-delod- I Buy Yourself a Ford at 1915 Prices tute. M. Pechard, a retired commissary of police, who during his career has formed the most complete collect tlon of objects pertaining to crime known to exist in Europe is curator of tjie museum. The showroom of canes comprises 2,000, Including canes with razor blades, canes with hooks, glue pads, pincers, etc., for stealing objects and for climbing walls, and canes with diamond points for cutting window panes. There are also canes with small bags, which emit special odors for police dogs There is a unique collection of skeleton and master keys, instruments for picking sattey locks, pome of which are the most elaborate also tho portrait and notebook of the famous Col. De Poutls, who from 180.0 to 1816, was one of the most brilliant officers of tho French army, but who was in reality the convict Cogulard, murderer of the true Do I'outls, and who, when commanding his regiment, also directed the operations of a band of criminals, L PLANS. BARNES AUTOMOBILE CO, (INCORPORATED.) 2 CENTRAL CITY, KY. PAUL, WOODWARD HARTFORD, KY. a General Contractor and Builder Dealer la Light Building Materials. Can save you money oa Cement, Plastering, Roofing and in fact, everything vrhl.cjt goe into a modern building. SKK HIM BEFORE MAKINQ YOUR and whose career surpasses the fabu- with-outVitl- .th lous exploits of Raffles. The fine arts department contains portraits of 100 noted criminals, including Tropraann, Pranzinl, Rava-cho- l, Campl, Anastay and Donnot. contains An Interesting section specimens of marked cards, baccaret tables aud roulette tables arranged for cheating by means of elaborate electrical Inventions and devices, also implemuts for. coining and engraving of counterfeit money and fishing rods and tackle tor stealing linen aud underwear from laundries, also hundreds of models 'of dynamite bombs aud explosive i tubes. EtMSEUHH SSfgZZZZZZ r SAVED THE FLEET. Brilliant Exploit of a Brainy Wis consin Lumberman. A BIT OF WAR TIME STRATEGY .The Red River Was Dammed, nnd Ad- iUMMsttJ LURE OF THE LIZARD. Fa- Many Ships Sight and Pass the mous Headland Daily. Kiiplnudi believes It ciiii eye, C.velops-IIUe- . vIslitM It could lioiuan galli'.vs; lu-.ik- miral Porter's Gunboats Shot the Rapid) Though the Scheme Had Been Ridiculed by Army Engineers. It It first in the hurts cf its HARTFORD, KY. countrymen, In the spring of IMS! n Wisconsin Mipsns. W. II. ll.irn and C. B. lumberman hy n lirllllmit exploit saved Smlt.li announce Uiat Uwy h.ivo form-- a the lted river licet (if the .Mississippi partiKThlUp for the goiner.il pracsquadron from destruction. To tliwrirt the intrigues of Napoleon lit., wliolmd tice of law, excrpt cnlnilnal and dlvor Minn WHSK5G83 :;, sent n Trench iirmy Into Mexico, the cajktf, Mr. Smith lnvlim Coualy Attorney la prvwntwd from practicing such. a fedcrnl government desired to gnlii etrong military foothold In 'lV.ns. To'l"u Y"" "' "" Mr. Uarnuj will Individually IIIIILIOUIK111!!!!!! IIIUI I I1U .1 llll'I ll'il II, OffIr aocipt Midi practice this end It was planned to setid an most of them making thctr passage so Tle Towliatan n refined, aiin an J restful. It excelArmy nnd fleet Into Interior Texas hy punctually that you know to an hour Republican building, Hart-fci- l, Constipation Causes Sicklent location on Pennsylvania way of the lted river, which was when to look for them. K" Avenue, 18th and II Streets, ness. makes it a ilesirable headquarnavigable only In the spring. lust beyond the light Is Lloyd's sigters lor bridal, couple, tourist yourself to become Don't pormjt patnes, conventions, Schools anil The army under General Itnnks, sup- nal station, and close to that a Mar- constipated, ns your system immedJUSTICES COLItTS. colleges. , ported by Admiral Porter's fleet Of coni station, subsidiary to the most iately begins to nbsorb poison The rowtuian "attracts the poison Ed. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aftpowerful of all, that at Poldhu, to the o( culture anil education. gunboats, began the ascent of the rivTeople o backedup waste matter- - I'iso from Law er 3d .Monday in .March, Tuesday aft to Slate, War and er. Hut matters went badly almost wct, where the swish, sparkle nnd Dr. King's New Life Pil.'s and keep Navy Departments. aUo to man? er .ju .ionuay in june, iucuny au-'KY. HARTFORD, points cf historical interest, quar- crackle of the four high latticed towfrom the beginning. The leaders 2d Monday in September, Tucs-- I well. There Is no boMer safeguard makes this hotel especially atreled among themselves, the prepara- ers can be heard at a distance of nil against day after Ud .Monday In Ucceiuher. ASSOCIATED WITH !. I,. 1IBAVKIM tractive to a discriminating pubillness. Jus ako one doac to- lic tions made were inadequate, and. but n mile. l. a. .Mcuanicl, KocKport, Friday Man's Ingenuity and benevolence night. 25c- - a. your Druggist. The Powhatan offers rooms after 3d .Monday In March, Friday This office Is equipped for handworst of all, the lted river suddenly with detached bath at $1.50. nfter 3d .Monday lu June, Friday ling Commercial and Collection began to fall, when by all precedents have turned the dreaded headland $2.00 and up. Rooms with priafter 3d .Monday In September, Items as well as other legal and litivate bath, $2.50. $1.00 and up. It should have rNen. Admiral Porter, from a menace Into u dispensary of ,. Friday after 3d .Monday In During fogs two horns. Write for booklet with map haieguaios, fonrflll flint lilu tWt wnillil lii. gated matters. Practice In all tliu " "lutuii i.yiciiii.i.iiiieier. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. ID the Shnllows. hurriedly descend od "" S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday courts. Prompt and vigorous service. The most economical, cleansing and Alarujcr. the stream, and the army, already sav- uuire .O.IU31 iiil- iii'auuu wiiiiuiii'i. imu after 3d Monday In March,, Wed- M. L. Hcavrln'H Office. germicidal of all antiseptics is agely handled by the opposing Confed- a submarine bell at tho foot of the nesday after 3d Monday In June, Its number within n range cliffs tolls Wednesday after 3d Moilduv In Slii- erate force, followed after. mil.illlrllhH .1 ,U every listening vesOTTOC MA Ml tcmbor.- Wednesday after' 3d Mini - iT. WAIiKSTKATTON At Alexandria. In central Louisiana. of sixteen miles to . . i receiver. Criiiimrll, Kr. may in ueceinuer. llnrtf.ir.l, Kj. the retreating federals found them- sel provided with a vagaries in Both fogs, H. C. Tlchtlior. Pnntnrfnwn M... .... Rnt. selves face to face with a cilsls. At light and sound have STRATT0N & MARTIN uruay auer 3ru .Monday in tacit maswe can this point the lted liver Is broken by however, if which believe the grief A soluble Antiseptic Powder HAVE YOUR SUITS have conic to month. ters of ships Attornoys at Law a mile of rapids; the stream had fallen Lizard there are times be dissolved in water as needed, m Winson Smith, Select, Tuesday 60 quickly that the gunboats could on and near the CROMWELL, - KY. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches after I'd Monday In .March, TuesJay Dp longer navigate the channel. The when the l.'.OOO.OOO candlepower of after L'd Monday In May, Tuesday Will practice their profession In stki crater was but three feet four Inches, the lighthouse is invisible, und the bel- in treating catarrh, inflammation or after 3d .Monday In August, Tues- and djolnlng counties. Collections, ulceration of nose, throat, and that lowing of these enormous trumpets whereas Porter's larger gunboats drew day after 3d Monday In November. caused by feminine ills it has no equal. William II. Kldelng In Scrlb-uer'Commercial and Criminal Practice a at least seven feet. Here was indeed W. S. Dean, WedDundee, For ten years tho Lydla' E. Pinkham and DyePrompt a desperate situation the army far and vigorous nesday after tho second Monday in Specialty. Medicine Co. has recommended Paxtlno from its source of supplies, the victoriMarch, Wednesday after M Monday service- - Notary in office. ing In their private correspondence with WHAT'S IN A NAME? ous enemy pressing In hot pursuit in May, Wednesday after 3d Monday women, which proves its superiority. work given' In August, Wednesday after 2d Monand the $2,000,000 fleet marooned by Women who have been cured sav day in Novombcr. foiling water. It spemed to utmost A Plea For Correctly Designating It is "worth its weight In gold." At Den F. Rice. Foiidsvllli. Tunminv every one that the only course open Places and Celebrities. druggists. POc large box, or by mall. 2d March, ThursCleaned and afterafter Monday lu in .May, Thurswas to blow up the vessels. Frederick Uphatn Adams objects In The Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. I AM PREPARED day 2d .Monday But Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Bailey his "Conquest of the Tropics" to the day after 2d .Monday In August. of the Fourth 'Wisconsin, who wns name usually given to the discoverer To do any kind of VeterinaWork called erring at the time as acting engineer of America. and Thursday after 2d Monday In No- vemoer. ry work. Horses, mules and army corps, came Speaking of the immortal Columbus, ct the Nineteenth Ben W. Tavlor. Tlnlnh (.Milnv nf. cows need not die for want of forward with a plan for bringing the why do we cnll him by that name? er 2d Monday In March, Friday after 2d Mondav In Mnv. FrM.av nrtnr :tt Club Ironclads to safety. It was to raise He never bore while living any such $1.00 Calls answered attention. ; Monday In August, Friday after 2d the level of the water nbnve the rapids name. He was born of the Italian and promptly obuinwl In day or night. .uuauay la iNOvemocr. all countries, of bo tw. - V, obtain PATE NTS enJby constructing n great dam across family of "Colombo." When he THAT PAulnrUMUiMUwnniklr.Mour HARTFORD POLICE COURT. the river. When a sufllclent depth of tered tbe Spanish service he changed ipsnae, andlelp you to surcto. O. C. Martin, Judgo; McDowell A. BendirodeL photo or sketch for TREE "port Hartford Pressing Gliib, water bad accumulated be proposed to his name to "Cristobal Colon." And Fogle, City Attorney; J. 1. Stevens, Veterinary Surgeon on patentability. M years' prank 4reek the dam in the center, thus forc-ln- r we Insist on calling him "Columbus." Marshal: Court convenes Rpoontl Mon RircrXNCCS. rorfrooOuMo - Ky. Book on rrofllabla ratenta writ to GUNTHKR BLDG..CENTBK ST. In Spain. Mexico, Central America vessels with the utrushliig the i day in each month. OJ-JO- S Seventh Street, flood through the shallows and Into and all Spanish speaking countries tbe v.ny council j. c. Her, Maor; R. HARTFORD, KY.' wani wmm wm the deep water below. Before the war natives never heard of the "United T. Collins, Clerk; J. E. Bean, Treass Colonel Bailey bad been a lumberman States." They translate It into urer. Members of Council J. C. Btti-net- t, Unldos," und they have as much Capt. A.JD. White A. E. !ate. And bad often seen this scheme emJ. D. Ralph, A. C. Yclser, W. 11. ployed In the Wisconsin pineries to right to call it that as we have to call Gillespie. i "lift" stranded rafts of logs to safety. Espana by the title of "Spain" or YOU School Trustees J. D. Duke. Chairin j fTbe project wns at first received with Ileum by the title of "Rome." The National Weekly man; R. T. Collins, Sccrotary; Dr. I hold that we should calf countries sMsWJs'SsTIJMsM "a ridicule by Colonel Bailey's superiors. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. J. It was declared Impossible of achleve-;C'3j5- and cities nnd celebrities by their true hy the best engineers; in the names, and not stick to the clumsy RELIGIOUS SERVICES. k ' Jt ? derivations which have lazily been army. " . M. E. Church. South Services Until this year fejblt there was nothing else to be substituted. There is no such city as morning and and Collitr't has bn Treatment uiira isunuay evening evcn' first Sun"Vienna" unless it happens to be done", and at length the Wisconsin in eacn month. told at $5.50. Now BBBBsHslPm school O for WEAK day every a: 45 a. m. 1'raycr meetlumberman was dubiously granted per- some village lu the United States Courier-Journ- al the price is $2.50 T ssssssssssssssKim ing Wednesday evening. Rev. mission to put Ills project to the proof. The great Austrian capital Is named andnehaieiecurtd AHHnpa vf "Wlen," and only those who speak LUNGS or B. W. "Napier, pastor. de' BsftsflP&Tvbs J a concession whereIJifl first step was to requisition Baptist Church Services morning the English language call It anything by we 'can offer' it tachments of "pinery boys" from the CONSUMPTION and evening every second and fourth else. There is no such city ns "Brusat a still further WisTwenty-thir- d nnd Twenty-nlntSunday in each month. Sunday school reduction in conIf you mention this paper we will send you consin regiments, who understood what sels," but tho beautiful capital of Bel nection with litis a bottle FREE, by mail a ouick relief for 9:45 a. m. 1'rayer mooting every Wed was to be done and how to go about it cliim Is really named "Bru.xelles." nesday evcmliiK. Rev. A. S. Ppttlo. feeling, coughs, pains Is time that we called the great that tired, raw Publ,'n- - . I In all 3,000 men were employed in It in cnest, nignt sweats, Hemorrhages, weak pastor. the name under which Special Offer to Our Readers the enterprise. Hundreds of men were discoverer byImmortal fame, Christian Church Services every lungs or consumption. Cristobal third and fourth Sunday at 11 a. in. eet to felling trees, other hundreds toll- he achieved 10CK box 616 Kecoctmins the treat demand for CWIiVr't at OHIO MEDICAL CO. aild 7 II. 111. Sunilnv ulinnl n, were opened Colon. We would not like It if the ed In the quarries that the new price, we lute made arraiieemcnlt to COLUMBUS, 0. Itu&sians insisted that the father of Elder Gwlnn, pastor. oiler it anil our own publication encli one jf ar for the occasion, and two or three hun- our country for the iricc of CoUiVr'i alone. Tina iilitnilcil was named "Washeski-vlch.- " T ..t-,CSECRET SOCIETIES. - ... dred wagons were engaged in the oner and must bctalcnadvantaseot promptly. (!7.r,. v. nmi a. work of transporting the maHartford Lodce No. M. mcotd every first Mominv nii.ht What You Get in Collier's terials for the dam. Up to their necks Triumph of Mutes. In each month. W. S. stnvenii. w. In the swift current, which swept over Cettin'i i the one hfir, independent, frarlcis It was but M.: Owoil Hunter. SncreLirv. eekl o( the whele counlrt. Notonlisitthe the rapids at the rate of nine miles an triumph of the other day when the the deaf and dumb facet) cood cilirrn'a handlionk kut it 11 alto a Hartford Chanter N'o K4 n v. s hour, under the blistering southern magazine for the hlc family. Amonc the me. It was u ship just starting from meets every second and fourth Monthings that a ) ear's tuutcriplion kivcs atct sun. the men tolled. day evenings, Mrs. J. H. Williams, At the end of eight days the river Southampton to Ameilca. You know 1000 Edltorl.l. W. M.; Jas. II. Williams, W. I'-- ; I Succeed when everything else falls. 600 N.wi Pbotoa was sufficiently high to penult three the unheard shouts during the last REAL Miss Ellzahoth Mlllor, Secretary. 2SO 31rt Arttcles hour from the shore. Theie were two In nervous prostration and female of the lighter gunboats to pass the Rough River I.odgo No. HU Knight ISO Skort Slorlra 4 weaknesses they are the supreme upper falls, where they had been held, men, deaf und dumb, talking quietly 100 llluitrated Traturri oi meets every Tuesday even1 remedy, as thousands have testified. 2 Complet NorcU with their lingers to the brother on ing. Jno. W. Taylor. C. C; W. R. und come down to a position Immedi3 FOR KIDNEY. LIVER AND ately above tho dam. ready to pass iMurd. who could reply. They were Hedrlck, K. of R. & S. Collier's $2.5j Wfty ! STOMACH TROUBLE Hartford Tent No. OD, K. O. T. M. News the lower raphls. One more day nnd the only three that could talk freely ) t) Hartford Repuhllcan 7, it Is the be&t medicine meets every first and tnlrd Thursday ever sold the dam would be high enough to per- among the unheard tuuiiilt! Lotidou nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; News -. to come down hi readiness for Chronicle. mit all ..Q.ata kvuM,.t Keeper. I. "SBVBBasSlBBlSai E.AcmeMoore, RecorU 33 I. o n i?. the final attempt. Local News Lodce No. The Fatal Hours. On the morning of the ninth day, meets every second and fourth FriFrom 10,000 deaths which occurred however, the steadily increasing presday nights in each month. C. M. liar-net- t, sure of the water caused two of the .n an asylum during fifteen coiisecu-liv- e Noble Grand; W. It. Hedrlck, years phyMclaus are Inclined to stone barges In the middle of the News Secretary. dam to swing aside, and through the louht the ancient theory that tho early Hartford Camn N'o. 2(12 v n w opening thus created the accumulated aiornluK hours are the most fatal. The News meats every second and fourth Sattorrent swirled. The three lighter ves )hservatlons were made lu patients of MOCOREOaWOOtrtNDBO.of rf port. I urday nights In each month. Tom ''. Williams, Council Commander; W. C. I jnwui of sels that were In position to make the all ages and under ull conditions, and I Frea obUla paUoU, trad uaAs.1 Jr1ee. huw toCALi. MrnaM I tF7niu, passage, together with a fourth that the result shows that the early ufter-soo- n lit ALL COUNTRIES. . I Wallace, Clerk. . Cel.hr.tt fn. .(wla Mf.. tf. .f ..... HtulJutl dirict uu Watkliiftom iavtt Maw, I Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., fead meanwhile come up. promptly took hours Included most of thedeuths. rtllabilty nearly 40 tears. Said l nearly i wtomryama enrm mrrauni. meets everv first And third PriH.iv very city and town in the United advantage of the break und. passing l'ue least fatal hours were from 7 to and falMt snd Infrbipnut Prattles bcUslnly, Canada, or by mall direct. More Suits than nights In each month. Mrs. Attyo sold Writ orcora to ua a4 (fee remaining rapids on the flood tide, 12 a. m. Washington Star. wuj vu.cr ni.se ocna tor irec catalortic. I Wt I Mk tlrat, hu TsHt twt Lady Commander; Mrs. II. 0S, urlffln, afelr reached the deeer waters Are you interested in what Is takMeCAIX'S MAGAZINE WftSWJWGTON. P. C. E. Mlsohke, Lady Record Keeper. tort auDscribert tiian any other faihkftj ing place (day by day all over the Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. Success. tnajsilna million a month. Invaluable. LaU Somewhat encouraged hy the escape cat styles patterns, dressmaking, mllllnefy, M meets every thirid Saturday night you are you NEED THE a journalist who blm world? If plain sewlnp.ljnty needlework, lulrdressln i, f at least four of the vessels, the men To In each month. John T. Mooro High COURIER-JOUNRAMor-taetiquette, rood stories, He. Only SO centsS! bravely set about repairing the daw-- a for a success talk, the late J. 1'. I'rlest; W. S. Tinsley, Secretary. Tear (worth double), including- a free pattesn. barked: If there Is an atfent '4n your town w.v.w ""-- , w, ii ,ur iinpii- - Copy, that bad been done. Within three AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY". "If you succeed you're a success. If give him a trial order one month-D- ally WeNBCBFVL INBUCCMKNTS slays the break had been closed and In State 'Officers President, J. II. ou don't you're a fool. That's tbe brines DO cents, with .Sunday 75 cejnts.-BBBBBBBBjT, Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presi- ) to Acents. Foslsl offers. premium catalogue ddltion. two wing dams constructed and new cash prise .a mmh'mmrmtm Address dent. J. If. MtirnAV. Mllhllnluro Pn co tbe upper rails. The remaining long and short of It." Philadelphia If there Is no agent in your town" co. MtaWwrnth'sc'iMw necia Secretary & Treas., S. B. Robertson',' jrwboats. somewhat lifted by the back- - llulletln. give your order to the paer la auiuuu, ivy.; urgunuer, i. 11. water or the wing minis, were now which this aUvcrtlsement appears Hartford, Ky. Recognized. fcauled over the upier falls, and on (you may set a special clubbing Members State Exociftlve Board-B- en "I saw my boyhood chum the other JfUy 12. amid the tumultuous cheers of H ViM'Sw.lHlHa. AtrtaisrlHI Watson, Webster county; J. W. rate), or send the order direct to 00.000 soldier, llued up along the shore. lay, tbe one that has become a Dunn. Davlfuta CfHiniv? lldnrv Plt-tlLUNGS the Courier-Journa- l. . tbe perilous passage over the Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin coun WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L has "Did he recognize you?" ' fall to the deep water below. ty, u. u. uavenportt, warren county, "I guess so. He turned a corner been discontinued, but FARM AND WITH Jta June 11. 1804. coucreM adopted Ohio County II HWH MatHm'HUi'Pinmr. ) ens, President; Officers S. L. Stev resolution of thanks to Lieutenant when be saw me comlug." Houston FAMILY, a most excellent Illustrat Henry Plrtie, SecCMeeel Bailey. A few months later Post ed monthly magazl&e, Is a worthy 1 'SKsrssssv-ai 9 retary; S. E. Bennett, Treasurer. tits fleers of Admiral Porter's fleet iiuaiiu uf .uucatiun. successor. The price Is only 25 cents M m tsssstisav ww umwwtm w m uuun Osna Shults, Chairman, Hartford. presented blm with a beautiful sword a year, Ask for a sample copy. sm MtSyirJfM Ky. - year' Student-W- hat did "Miss First Yal ad, lovluacup, and before tbe1. O. L. Terry, W. IWbw ' " was over be bad been promoted by Mellye do when you accused her of. gosMmstibL sfl 2. T. J. Brooks, Hartford, Ky. ' Coifrier-JeUrn- al " W9WH .. " Fordsvllle, Ky. Gompang 'ssm L order of tbe war department to tbe ing oTer to Harvard? Second Ditto Kw su. t twT a lww 3. Ira Bozarth, Olaton, Ky. 'bbSibbsbbbbbbbbbbbbbIsbbIss1bWI 6be turned crimson. Baltimore Ameri- brevet brigadier general rata of;, Incorporated 4. II. O. Autry, Balzetown, Ky. ovwarrxxptAxinrAakik ' SBBBBtBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBBBBsT SIB. .Frederick Merit 6. E. O. Austin, Prentiss. wmm BBsiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlHBBBBlBBB!iSBBBfl MaaTMjiaaaP, " LOUISVILLK, HY, 6, J. L. Brown, Rocksort, Ky. I f could see ns from Unit ono piercing In Its foieheiiil. what report Phoenician and the ships of Hawkins I'roblslier mid Knlt'luli; the Mayflower after Its llnal release from detention at Southampton, Dartmouth and Plymouth; the liroUeu winged armada and the Titanic on that llrst voyage, so confidently and cheerfully hegun, which, ending In the unforeseen lee, was aNo Its last All the fillips of the famous lines between American ami KimlNh and ports come within a mile or two of It, easthor.nd and wcstlouud. those of the North German l.ln.vd, the Atlantic Transport, the White Slur ami the lted Star, the Cnitmllm. branch of M. t.......l Si... Tt..lln..,t ...nlj... si.... ! ono-liul- If the I.iznnl (.Izard point. Corn-wiil- l. ."!. When Mother Heads Aloud. When mother reads aloud, the past I hear the tramp of armies vast, I sec the spears nnd lances cast, I Join the thrilling fray; Bravo knights nnd ladies fair and proud I meet, when mother rend aloud. When mother reads aloud, far lands Seem very near nnd true; I cross the desert's gleaming pane's Or haunt the Jungle's prowling bands Or sail the ocean's blue; , Far heights, whose peaks the cold mists shroud, I scale when mother rends aloud. When mother reads nloud I long j For noble deeds to do To help tho right, redress the ' wrong; It seems so easy to be strong, So simple to be true. Oh, thick and fast the visions crowd My eyes when mother reads aloud! St Nicholas Magazine. Directory Professional I Ohio County HOTEL POWHATAN :!VASIIINGT01 D.C. .LOfAMERICANH In a city where good hqjels abound, the Powhatan heads the Jut. Circuit Court T. P. lllrkhead. 'Judge, lien 1). Klngo, Attorney ; V. I Mldklff, Jailer; K. 0. Darrass, Clerk; 13. K. Ill rk head, Master Com- ml8Ioncr; II. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, Deputies S. A. llrutclier; Hartford. office deputies .Mrs. S. O. Keown niid Ollmoro Keown. Court convenes first Monday in February and continues three weeks; third .Monday In April, ( two wesoks; third Monthly lu Uctohcr, two weeks. County Court John 1J. Wilson, Judge; V. C. llhinkcnshlp, Clerk; C. n. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday in each month. Quarterly Court llcfilns on the first .Monday In every month. Court of Calms Convents first Tuesday In January and first Tuea- uay lu October. Other County Officers C. S. Mox-livKy., It. Surveyor, Fortlsllle, h D. So. 1!; Tom Hlnes, Assessor, Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shults, Superin tendent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. Itlley, coroner, Ilartlord; T. H. Denton, Hoad Engineer, Hartford. J y. Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law i x 1IA.KTFOKD, KY. - Will practice bis profession In UU- Y and adjoining coudUoa. CommerclsJ and Criminal Practice a Specialty. Barnes & Attorneys at Law Smith cca. ARTHUR D. Attorney at KIRK er i I "" SPECIAL TO WOMEN r I toll .... Cleaned I Pressed Repairing neatly done. Ladies special attention. Hats Repaired. for delivered. TRADE-MAR- month. rate per W. H. RILEY Hartford, "Es-tado- Daily rail run-dow- n WILL TAKE OUR Collier's Collirrs in Club Fift Time FREES h $6 a Year Sunday Courier- - Journal $2 a Year . NEWSPAPERS liters trse Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best National State Z)U Market Reports Foreign Political Everything for Everybody I orpbutb-lorMlw- be-lo- once-aske- d n L. ) I ll, L m.iiWannciHi VYPIOIALOPPIstfV im uai-mai- n, Wsth n KILLtm couch anCURIth ' tttyt Drtr. 'Stg JKsl rr Dr. Hint' Mtw Diteavirf -- m ar A DIP INTO Children Cry for FUtchor's ij SPACE THE "HITLESS WONDERS." From Our Little Solar Systom to the Far Starry Limits. SOME MARVELOUS DISTANCES The 8tetlar Unlverae as We Know It and What It Means In the Matter of Miles to Reach Its Boundaries From the Center of Our Own Sun. Recovery. It Is worth while tnntdiiK mi effort to picture to oiltMi'lves the vust extent or "Just-iw-jjoml" the starry Hystuin in which we reside. since I began using it. Having gained .some fit I tit notion or Pomeroyton, Ky. In Interesting adI am so thankful for what BUck-Drauthe extent of the lesser solar system Mtiin corner of the which occupies vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes has done for me." Ntelltir system, we must worls outward from that liCKlniiliitf. writes as follows : "I was down with Let us lul;e for ht Thedford's has been Cnsforia Is n harmless rmhstituto for Castor OH. Pare-Bori- c, our unit of itteasureiiiunt the spice stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for deDrops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. 15 which .separates the earth from the contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other NnrroUo siitmml let the '.I'J.UOD.Oim miles or this would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It mibslnnre. Its is its jnarantee. It destroys Worn,! distance he represented in our mluiH and allays I cvcrlslmess. Tor more than thirty years it times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, by n single Inch. In proportion the lias been In constant uso for tho relief of Constipation., 1 tried different sun itself must he pictured by a tlttv treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and llutifli'iicy, IVInd Colic, U Tccthlnff Troubles and ball less than one hundredth p.irt of an I)larrhoii. It rcriilats tho Stomach und Uowclj, did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely Inch In diameter, while our earth S.T,,,!5!,SJ,;S th. E",M KMniT healthy nnd natural sleep! 1 got so must be a mure spec!; less than one bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should tat Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. of an Inch la diameter. and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest And this little mu and this minute earth must be Just an inch asunder. would die. He advised me to try Get a package to ay. Following out the same Idea, MerThedford's and quit Only a quarter. Venus, being closer to thp cury nnd Bears the Signature sun than we are. h:lve to be less than an Inch away from him. while Jupiter will be five inches olT, Saturn will he ten Inches olT, Uranus will be over nineteen Inches off, Neptune will he almost thirty Inches off. Then the solar system as a whole, leaving only , out of the question certain comet which travel farther, will be Inclosed In a circle less than two yards In diamIn Leslie's. eter. In The question arises next. What wll' TMC CCHTUW TT MUSBAT STRICT. HW TORK CtTT. be the proportionate size of the stellar MAN AND MICROBES. system on this same scale of measurement? If the solar system Is to be Human Beings Might All Ba Giants if comprised with a hoop not two yard? Prompt A ttention and Good Service. There Were No Bacteria. across how wide a space should we If there were no microbes men would nllow to the surrounding system of grow to gigantic stature uud have InTRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, stars, "our universe?" How near will tellectual powers far In advance of bo the nearest of outlying stars? And those which they possess ut present the answer is sulliclently itturtllng. 1! What Is more. It Is possible, nt least, the sun is reckoned to be one inch to live without udcrol'es. Anyway, nwny from our earth. If Neptune Is these are tjie conclusions of no less an reckoned to be less thuli three feet authority Uian Dr. Houx. who No Mosey heads away from the sun. then on the same the I'asteur in Advance Institute in Paris. They scale the star which Ilea closest of all are based upon Satinfae exthe outer stars In the whole universe to us. periments carried onresult of some iloa tinar by ono of bis pu Alpha Centnuri by name, must be antced pils. Dr. Michael Cohendy. LovrratlN'et reckoned as lying nt a distance or placed some guinea pigs The ory Fact about three and a half tnlles. And be under latter fl.3E glass nt tho moment of their The Republican and Louisville Herald Pricoa tween the two nothing: at least nothaaflnLaaSEHBKBVKaoESaaaaaa birth. The air which they breathed a Globe-Democr- at ing In the shape of a star. An occa1.76 Termrs A was thoroughly sterilized, as was all The Reptblican and St. Louis sional comet mny lag slowly along In the food Saving of administered to them. Unthe darkness, finding Iw way from one 1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm SlOO to sun system to another, and dark bod questionably many germs were able to S2UO reach them, but every precaution From Fac les. cooled suns, may possibly float Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and P A STARCK lory Direct .HCJIDINT here or there unseen by us. but of known to science and possible with stars radiant with he-i- t and light none the application of one of the eomplet-es- t The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.60 .laboratories in the world was Is found in that wide urea. ih to protect them. 3.50 The republican and uany uwensrjoro inquirer Astronomical writers sometimes talk own HOME ft. The'resu'lfs'' rather astounded the of stars "In the vicinity" of the sun. Wo will Hlilp ou a beautiful Starck Plann for 30 days' frco trial. In jour Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.75 homo. Nocnsli puyment required. All we ask Is that you will pluy upon, use and this Is what Is meant by "vicin- doctor.' The subjects grew with amaz- The Republican and nnd test thin piano for 30 days. If. nt tlio end of that time, you lo not Unci It the ity." Think of the distances implied. ing rapidity, three or four times as lilKheit Krnde. mvccte.st toned and finest piano In every way, that you have ever 1.75 Our whole solar system Is (lrst brought fast as guinea pigs of the same age The Republican and Kentucky Farmer een fur the money, you are at perfect liberty to send tt back, and we will. In that eent. tiny tho frHclit both yvuvh. This Starck I'lann mini m.ik.. inn.i with vnn down Into a small circle two yards subsisting under normal conditions or there Is no salo. across every Inch In those yards stand In the brief span of twelve days they The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 Savi $150.00 r N.rt Eaty Paymints Ing for more than 00,000.000 ui Ilea-u- nci were for the most part a third larger. We .lilp direct t yoii frooi our factory. t Tou pay no cull down, but after SO dayi It Is a far cry from the guinea pig The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1.50 then on every side and above and price that cate jou upwards of $160.00 In th of trial, jou can begin payment on the low. below Is an eucotupiisslng void of to the man of course, but Dr. Itoux est, cask-i- t terms cter suggested by a piano cot of your piano. H'e guarantee to furnish ou a ltlrr Uno for the money tlun )ou cm manufacturer. These terms are arranged to three and a half miles, every inch of concludes that tho latter. If under per- The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $ 1.50 You are assured of rowing Milt your convenience, and It l possible tor wnjr elsewhere. a utlllictbry you to brjr a plino for your .home, without those miles again representing mora fect nntlseptlc conditions from blrtb, toned durable high gradi iwt piano. inlsl"g the money. than 00.000.000 miles. And then wn would develop very far beyond what !" come upon ono gleaming star. Only Is possible as things are at present Playtr-Hsione quite so near. Another star in tho lie even hints that with advancing Every Stares, Piano to Ktarck PlayePlanoi ar guaranteed for tt fun. W hare constantly on hanl sun's "vicinity," known as 01 CygnL knowledge, such conditions, If not atthe leKt and mtut beautt Tin guarantee baa &aat a lirxe number of slightly um4 tul Player llinoa on eat would lie at a distance of seven miles, tained, will be so approximated us to ef It (ur SI jrran of plaao planoa of aH and aarkrt. You will be do esprrlrncr, and the repo atandaril makra taken In exand the brilliant SIrius would be over materially enhance the physical wellighted with the many ea change for new Starck Planoa tatlnn of r.n elusive featurrt ot theat) ten miles off. Others must be placed fare and mental vigor of the race.-Itos- ton responsible piano bouse. The follow, and wonderful Instruments, and) Herald. lag are a few aample bargains i at distances of twenty miles, fifty will be plrasrl with the 10 Frii M.tl WHY NOT MAKE very low prices at which A MONTH miles, 100 miles. Weber $110.00 It Is easy to start , they can be secured. Stelnway Litstnt 92.00 with a list of these figures. It Is not An Excellent Shampoo. Plant Chlckering 90.03 To every purchaser of Fna easy to say where one should stop. The following Is u recipe for a shama almost $10.00 a Day Send today for our new Starrlc Pianos, we give free KImbiU 95.00 That the starry system has limits we poo that will make tho hair Huffy and music leons, la ono of beautifully Illustrated piano 195.00 lioolt which gives you Starck Belling Victor Safes and boxes the brst known schools In do not doubt, but to define those limits easy to dress: Take half a cake of Chicago. These tetanns you to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and large amount of InformaSend for our lateit complete Is not possible. On micu a scale as Is white cnstlle soup, shave it up finely farmers, all of whom realize the need ran take In your own home, tion regarding plinoi. This bargain list. ota safe, but do not know how easy ltlstoown by mill. This represents book given above those limits certainly and boll in a pint of water until it will Interest and one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of one year'a free Instruction. nlrase you. Write todar. would not lie within a distance of 100 Jellies. Allow it to become cool; then opportunithe beat, clean-cu- t 1343 Starek Bid,.. CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. ties ever received. Without previous expert miles nor of 1,000 miles. beat up the yolks of three eggs and cuce YOU can duplicate the success of others. It Is believed that some dim stars, pdd them to the soap Jelly with a tea- Our handsomely illustrated catalog will enable you to present the subject t0 cue- onrely to be detected, inuy be 10.000 spoonful of enu du cologue. Shampoo comers sa as iiiieresuuK a wanner an inougn times as far away aH our sun's nearest the hair In the usual way, rubbing the you were piloting them through our factory. Men appointed as salesmen receive advice and Instructions for selling neighbor. Alpha Ceutauri. nnd this at ml it tire well into the scalp uud rinsing convincing talking points which It is impossible for a safes, sivlnir customer to deny. Wbf prospective once gives, oven ou our much reduced out with soft water. don't YOU be tho first to apply from your vicinity before someone else gets the territory) We can favor only one salesman out ot each locality. scale, u line from the center of 35.0'M) j ne mm anniversary oi our company was celebrated by tulles. Suppose that the limits of the Her tast Word. 'erecting the most modern- safe sfellar system lay somewhere about "She ought to drop dead for the awfactory in the world. Widethere. Thirty-livthousand miles each ful lies she's telling." Mild the plaintiff awake men who received our THIRD NO. 12036 , SECOND NO. 1114 special selling Inducement,-rssdmway from the center would mean a di- excitedly, listening to the witness for ItneceatiTjtaCt:-ra- r If you hold chance No. S237 send it to u.i ut once and K?t the output. We are snpenaUk ameter for the whole of 70.000 miles. tho defense. many thousands ot dollars I'Vce Hanoi of Imagine a starry system "0.000 miles "Don't say that." admonished the la ruins our sales organisation across from side to side, each Inch In Judge. but to learn all particulars, "OLD QUAMTV" OK $03.00 IS CASH. Will cost you only the price 9 those miles representing 1)2.000.000 ot "She ought," repented the plaintiff. postal card. you If you hold Snd or :ird Numbers send them to us und real tulles, a tul somewhere luthetuKlst "Don't suy that again!" warned the Ask for Catalogue 16 T. See agreewill get the prie if tho winner full to claim It. laaHisaaaaanaua&MKSa&w&lg LmSSBIsHd of It our small solar system. Just two Judge. ment printed on the cliunces. yards across, (separated from all other "Well, 1 wou't but she ought." THE VICTOR Cash Cui-pon- s, HKMKMISKK, we ship direct to Kentucky lmluts stars by wide blatik of three or fcur Topeka Journal. tnlles. to the vulue of 8 per cent of tho order, shipped with all SAFE & LOCK CO. That would be stupendous ennush. Ideal Feminine Form. mull orders. But we have no rearm n whatever for a) Is five feet five niuiHuuiTS'-Auia- i The Medlcean Venus a' Our New Hem. Capaolty 20,000 Sales Annually. wnwniuil, UM Niipposlng that the limits of our Inches In height and tills is held by R, LANCASTER X CO,, OwBiisboro, Ky, P. do lie there. The true boundaries muny sculptors uud artists to bo the if the stellur system may be twite us most ndmlrablo feminine stature. For "OLD W. S. STONE" "I'KEMIKK PURE" "OLD QUAMTy", far. four times as far, ten times us rar a woman of five feet live Inches "& We do not eveti know with certainty pounds Is the proper weight, and if she $Te Mraey and Keep ia that our'solar system Is placed any be well formed she can stand another ' Ladies! Style by Readug McOU'i where uear Its center, though this teu pounds without greatly showing It seems rather likely. Far off as ihe UCKNtrS MJLM SUCCEED. Magaxue Md UiisgMcCall Pattens boundary reaches In one direction. It Shopping In Brazil, OVER 68 YEARS' ESPECIAL OFFER' r may reach niuct) further In another di- v McCall'sMasasiaanllt Bnckbee'a "Full of Life" Northern Grotaa Mdm fta featM Ma Blau. EXPERIENCE Brar.it It Is considered undignified In HXAiti MAUZIHE help you,. Uu'ts Pedlereed Seeda have a renutatlou of rBvearaaa rection. Chambers' Journal. trlil will mvk rou a Drmnent ou. 1 tatamt. H&tlcf Milan. aiuxaattMsl or tout at a uluderaid for a lady to go shopping. Usually a aucctaslul teed growing behind them. It pays la ssiahsm mtiinAA t'Ayensgby Loo pi lis vsani me Dcsi. ' Ssrf to CaUttUs.'-1iiervuut H Hent for samples, and if It Is you iiostod on thi Seuoiubla SpecUiltlea.'ft.U u An Ant Illusion. IIS. Uk IjU'H fashions lis . II ISHSi a liat.tbeeuurlta wants to buy a box y Mn.ilt Pjk JBBANS rlolhet and hats. CO ' The Idea of mutual aid among eats1 or bnsk-- t 'containing several of the I limSsHM.a.i.a.Si. UIMylrt Ut.MdUf, afMwU. Earliest Red Valentine . . f 3.50 Bushel how I's.hlou 10(EDS Relugee Extra Early . bushel I ftrt. j.aj t.MU. Bu.l mi runs TttvVtnu4 Is pronounced by M. Cornet, ti Fivnch ill O.X'll IV.U13. AUu New Strlngteaa Gietn Pod 11.70 Bushel latest Wtyle Insect for ber inspection. entomologist.' to be tin Illusion. In his -- .Louis Ite'publlc vjlimhlo Information! Wardwell'a Imprkldney Was 4 50 Bushel WUASUtXSiaW TV rum St Tradc Marks Oavla New White Was . . 4.75 Bushel ou all homo auU single nnt .drags n loud observation, a JMaWeattli nrsinMa Currie'a Rust rroof Wax . fc.50 Bushel matters. Oolf rapidly .toward the nest but when Coo a rear Including CatmiMHTa P8AS. . JisoBushJ Accepted. rill- - rtattb nnd deaerlptlonAe. UteniMM. Mlh mar Early Alaak .nisis.i.lf rtht.ttfc win BttMntU. Iv a frco pitiaau. bub- Extra . An rone aandlnj Bf Sis I Salt. nii. trtkf. others take bold of .the object they !i.l"lllr aaoeriaiu our opinion fraat whether an New Early Crailua . . . f j jo Bushel "Shalt we hare a little SnfsjtW sfwj ssJ assist fitiIj tsd-i- pr su iiiuwTuiuikMsa. taiauMu, swm us ruu. pull In different directions, and slow Horslord'a Market Garden . fjjoBusnel .Ma for frco Simple copy. rhlte we lire waiting?" tlona Vtrlctlr conddantuU. ,HAi)M9C oo I'aienu Ml Buckbce's Lightning Eipreaa fc.oo Buskal aitrsmrt, .7iaT.Tt!BV , curing Patents. progress Is uuultt. )Mf it for McCall Faittru will ennoteyou (ornate la year . Milt f raa. -- " "Yes. Indeed, but remember to tell ltMSW4Tllilk k.m Taaaatat and a full line at Lathaea. 1'ateuu taken tbroulh Mium To. recelra own home, wUliyoutotvuntiad cMulnrfur IrfiWti. susSwatisMlasMkav awrloi isaf ka, wit host cUrj. la tho reds. Plants and Buiba at lowest growing pricaa. youiself and rlillilr-'i- i which will ba swsrort 'em not to make it too Ntroiiff." Balti-norSend for complete catalorue or aubmit a llataf IK' In Milo and ill. The gala of lying U nothing else bnt blcusc ltmili American. your reoulrementa and will quote price. ' rents Heud for foo Pattern Calalorue. not to be trnstvd any more, nor to he Buy direct from the croweraavQ Money. We H Gne Ta Fsm rWass for setting sab. ' jraaklr. A'aadaomtlf lllnstraiad JuurMat, ijirMrteir. today. Mention tola paper. believed vheti we say the trutL-S- Ir Write scilpuoniaiuoaxyiurirnndi. Bijidfnrftea MtliMon ul aor acian'iaa 'iinwwa ' ' Of all vlrtneif the first to be culti' fremtuni. IMutotfje sod Cash PmeOffer, Walter Scvtt vated should be self reatpect. nu au cssvsjw. z is it Vol rri &. hv vuh afialaOkaitX, bOfaw tarf IWa, aatlhaaVt borno tho sljjnatiiro o under his cr 1.Vnl 8PcrvlsIon since its Infamy. 4.I,ow no ono to deceive you In tlift. nnd aro .xncrlmiitii tliut trlflu vrlth and cnilniiger tlio lnoltltbut oi Infants nnd Children Experience uyainat Experliacnt. sstrxT- C&s&fjZtfrs STif lu uso for over JO years, n,lcl !,ns bccn mad 1ms amSTTT., What is CASTORIA no 11 GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought Use For Over 30 Years COSSS-AM- aZ7cJUi Qualities That Made the Old White Sox Club Famous. Rick In lixjd the Chicago White Sox were himwn a.s the Hltless Wonders. because of their ability to win games with uniformly poor batting, and though Frank Inbell, the best club swinger on the team. Mulshed a season of 1.- games with tin average of only 27ti, this club tpiallllcd for a chance to tight for a world's championship. And wli.it Is still more to the point, they Won the great series from Frank Chance's Cubs when that aggregation was at Its best. Hut there was n reason for this, and tin; reason was the wonderful pitching staff, which consisted of Kd Walsh. Doc White. Nick Altrock, Itoy Patterson, Frank Owens and Frank Smith, tin aggregation of twirling talent seldom etpialcd. So clever were the members of this sextet that they were able to limit opposing teams to a minimum of runs, and It was only necessary for the batters of the White Has to collect three or four tallies to win most contests. Itttt even If the club was shy on heavy hitters such men ns Jlggs Doiiohue. I.ee Tniiiiehill, Oeorge Ilohe. Oorge Davis. Hilly Sullivan. Fielder Jones. Dougherty and llnlin hud plenty of speed, knew their "Inside play" like a book and In most pinches could be depended upon to come through with enough good plays to score at the right moments. In every other Instance where n team has won n championship In the mnjors the batters us a whole have been unusually strong nnd did not have to depend on the pitchers to keep them In the running more than half of the time. Nevertheless it number of clubs have endeavored to emulate the example of the White Sox. but they always have come to grief. Ed A. Goe-we- y T- STOMACH TROUBLE .41 FOR Mtjerity el Friends TbtMgkt Mr. Hughes Would Die, Bat FIVE YEARS taking other medicines. I decided to take his advice, although I did not have Oae Helped Hub to any confidence in it. I have now been taking Biack-Draur- fit for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headache ght Black-Draug- Black-Draug- ht, jg JAMES & CO., - PIrst Class Livery men Centertown, Kentucky. IStarck Pianos Baal OUR CLUBBINGRATES, Twice-a-WeekOwensb- Qn nAVQ' vv unig cdcc tdiai r ii i. iniKL your Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. $2005 secomi-htn- Player-Piano- -- That's Ink $50. Wk, flre-pro- well-to-d- o aecond-han- money-makin- g NO. 5257 WINS - e - 11 ,. mil-n'r- SEEDS ; BULBS'! ' BS.MI " f4yl-hil- 1 H ill ji I II 1 1 aVBajajH mKKr: al tete-a-tet- e --- ib. stkNiltle flwtrkai. e mmssm H. W. BUCKBEC -- rTirt-f- "jrrrn "TT- S- LATEST WAR NEWS TliC Eli'rolieatf' AlruRRle continues wlth'TtitjtrtHtiK.v.' developments but wlth'inertther rildo gaining fcrcat The Germans Beem to have n sllfjht DdrantaRo in tho week's dcvelopmetitfl and tins caused the nllics t6 corialdcr the vnr with deeper concern 'especially does this apply ta England Turkey threatens to enter into tu'oiobmlmt at any moment while- Italy and the Balkan states may also take part.- - England has confiscated twd traltle ships being built in Engla'ttdvfor Turkey which seems to be the direct cause of Turkey's attitude, neceflharily making her align with Germany In case- she docs enter. Italy, uu tho other hand, will Join tho allies. Probably the greatest event of lie1 week Is the taking of Numur by the Germans. It apll pears also that the Poles niny agnfnst'Kussia and Hue up with Gcrmnuy amh Austria. re-bc- themselvcs In fresh positions in Lorraine. abandoned have French The those portions of Alsace and Lor raine which they had .previously oc cupied, and now look for heavy fighting In French territory. Detachments oT German cavalry, operating on tho extreme right, have reached Roubalx, a few miles to the north of Lille. This territory is defended only by reservists. BASE BALL DBPE Absolute Harmony Hnttirtlny, Tho harmony which prcvalfcd at East End Park Saturday' was very noticeable and tho most severe critic could pick no' flaws. Tho crotvd was congenial, all being lined up on the samo side. If any one cared to mako a statement In regard to a play or player he was allowed to do so without contradiction from his neighbor. Not n single knock, was heard. The umpire received absolutely no criticism. Not an error was made on cither side, nor wns there a "bone" pulled off. Tho per-- ;t feet man, they say, is dead. The above game Is yet to bo played. At Tslng Tail, capital of Klau Chau, the German protectorate In China, tho German forces have prepared for a bombardment by the Japanese Meet, by dynamiting all the tall structures there which might be of assistance to the attacking forces as sighting points. They have also taken all measures to opOwing to tho inability of the manpose the advance of a Japanese agement Held army. to book an engagement there was no game at East End There Is a report emanating from Park Saturday. Rome and Avlona that the Albanian insurgents have entered Avlona and A Voice From the Wilderness. raised their Hag. Hartford and Sulphur Springs will Emperor Nicholas of Russia Is re- meet nt East End Saturday. The Aug. 2G. Tension Washlngtou, that ported to have gone to the head- Sulphur Springs fellows promise to Is ho noute lu Constantinople Russian army, which bring down a team that will prove diplomats there fear Turkey may at uarters of the any moment be drawn into the gen- has taken the offensive In full exceedingly Interesting to tho locals. Is said to be advancing eral European war on the side of strength and rapidly in East and West Prussia. By all means don't forget those Germany and Austria. Wednesday Indian games and A strict censorship has been placWomen nnd Children in War. In Turkey, ed on the nowspapers arm- Thursday. Both games called about The horrors of modern war, which are now controlled by the mil ed with all of the new inventions of itary nnd are being used, nccordlng the last half century, would seem to Local fandom Is saddened by the to diplomatic ' dispatches here, to be less for combatants than noncom-batant- s. announcement that Rlckard, the feel create a strong Putting it more plainly, the ing. new war englneryvlsltsaffllctlons and popular pitcher of the local team, The Turkish Cabinet is wavering miseries upon women and children will soon move to Ltvermore, his old between a declaration of war and which were not felt by them when home town. "Rick" has made many the preservation of neutrality. The men would repair to certain places friends here and all regret to lose various Powers are in constant con- - on fight battles hand to hand. In him. As a pitcher he has few equals ficlals, Great Britain and Russia en- stiil earlier days, before mankind in these parts and should make most any deavoring to keep Turkey neutral. had evolved far above the savage good in fast company The German ambassador, it is un- st.Ut, the capture of a town meant time he cares to try. derstood, has intimated that while butchery of Us inhabitants. Those A ten cent income tax will be Germany wishes Turkey to remain many of ".is uro proud to claim deneutral, be believed the Ottoman em- scent, slaughtered the children riid levied on all who wish to enter the pire should mobilize to prevent an Ifft none of tho women alivp sue grand stand In the Indian games. invasion by Russia. such as they reserved for a fate This, explains the management, is ' uorso than death. But after man due to the heavy expense in securOfficial reports made public in was evolved to a higher stage of ing the Indian team. Vienna and transmitted from Ber- - civilization in his warfare, best rep The writer of tills column is in lin by wireles to New york declare resented, we think, in .the "Chronthat a battle of three day's duration icles of Old Froissart," they would receipt of a communication from at Kransnik, in Russian Poland, end- clash at some point of action and King Edward iu which he states ed yesterday in a complete Austrian flgut it out there until one party that should his present poet lauerate victory. The Russian forces were took to flight, with the other pursu- be killed or otherwise disabled in the along the entire front and ing. The noncombatants got off eas- present war an offer will be forwardare In full flight in the direction ily. Iu fact, that was the golden age ed immediately to said scribe. of Lublin. This is the first indica- of the nocomlmtant In war. It is supposed that the King, tion of an Austrian advance into Thai 1he present age Is far from The mighty of men, Russian territory. Krasuik is about being one in which women and chil- Was struck by the rythm twenty miles north of the Gallcian dren are left to go unscathed, a disOf our hysterical pen. frontier. patch to the London Times describSuppose we owe our readers an ing fierco fighting between the GerSo far as etui bo gleaned from of- mans and French for possession of apology for the above, but we Jifst help It. It's gottu come some ficial annouueenmts the great batchain of villages on the borders of can't tle lino along the French frontier France and Luxemburg, Is ample times. Not caused by "John Barleyand in Belgium continues to be the evidence. "One village was occupied corn, either. bcene of engagements between the jy p battalion of chasseurs," the In as classy game as could be deopposing armies. Times correspondent writes, "and The nature of these engaemenU was prepared for defense by numer- sired the local second team defeated nnd their result havo not been made ous trenches. The Germans bom- Sulphur Springs Friday 5 to 3. May public beyond the admission by the barded the village, compelling the pitched a good game for Hartford French War Office that In the north chasseurs to evacuate it. After night- and not an error was charged to his the French and British lines have fall the Germans Increased the bom- support. Shrader was on the mound for Sulphur Springs and also showbeen moved back a short distance, bardment, and the inhabitants as well as the French right In the sought refuge in cellars as a con- ed class. Robertson, for the locals, region of St. Die. Tho French troops, tinuous rain of shells kept drop- played well both in left field and at on the offensive between Nancy and ping on the houses and setting them bat. Vosges, are said to be making head- on fire. Women fell on their kne'ea The following is taken from the way. and prayed and children cried Louisville Evening Post and conFrom Antwerp comes the anThe sun rose on a' village in cerns one known personally to the nouncement that the 'Belgian troops ruins. It had been under bombardwriter and several other local young have compelled the fourth German ment fifteen hours." men: retrace its steps. It is added in the The Germans were not guilty of Struck Out Twenty. olliclal statement that the Fourth any violation of the laws of war. Cleaton, Ky Aug. 26. Cleaton Belgian division at Namur has No doubt, the bombarding was done Its task of arresting the Ger- as a military necessity, or under an defeated Drakesboro Sunday, Aug. man column' and allowing tho Bel- Impression thut the French trops 23, by the Bcore of 5 to 1. Parker, gians to retire pn tho French line. had not yet evacuated the place. Cleaton's southpaw, did splendid allowing only three hits and Wherefore it is at once made, plainer work, Lpndon reports that Togoland, the that the modern enginery of war, in cutting down twenty of the opposGerman possession on the west coast wreaking such dire misfortunes and ing team. Robinson was on the slab but was not in of Africa, has surrendered uncondi- distresses upon the weak, has be for Drakesboro, form. The home team hit him for tionally. come a curse to mankind, ir wa " can no longer fight without fight- eleven hits. Drakesboro's only run A Bucharest report says that ing women and children, why not came In the seventh frame, when Tarnopol, an important town in stop fighting? This is a question Bullock missed a groundr inside of Gallcia, baa been occupied by the certain to grow and persist in tho first and Shemwell failed to field Russians, while the Russians them- minds of mon all over the world, the ball because the umpire failed selves claim that they have driven until there will be an agreement to call it fair until the runnr was Zlota Llpa, thirty miles west of Tar- among them, of all civilized nations on third. The feature was the bat nopol and about fity miles east of and tongues, either to stop fighting ting of Staples, of Cleaton, getting three-baggeand a blngle. DaLemberg. tho Guliciau capital. altogether or to outlaw much mod- two vis, of Drakesboro, mado a running ern war enginery or so restrict Its catch of Smith's fly in Direct dispatches from Tslng Tau, uso under an entirely new war code capital of the Gorman protectorate that such suffering of the innocents tho eighth frame. of Klau Chau, say that there Is no as that at tho little village of Taylor Mines Wins. ovldenco as yet of Japanese warships can never again be inTaylor Mines dofeated Rob Roy fo or field troors in that neighbor- flicted in civilized warfare. If our hood. warfaro has come to bo moro mer- a ono sided game, score 10 to 1. ciless than that of tho fourteenth The feature of the game was tho Tho French um' British troops and fifteenth centuries, or even the playing of Westerfleld on second, who made two sensational stops with opposing, tho invasion of the Gor- thirteenth, then wo may find it man army lu Belgium hnve suffered either to get rid of war alto- his bare hand. Guy Taylor did some a serious revorso, according to tho gether, reform Its codes, or revert, excellent work In the right field. Ho official announcement Issued by tho In our weapons, as far back as Frols-sari- 's threw a runner out at 1st on a cleau French War Office. In tho battle day. Thoro might bo danger in singlo, also pulled down a line drive lino, which extends from Mons to reverting further back. A happy me- that looked good for a three baggor. tho Luxemburg frontier, soveral ar- dium, if wo must fight, might be Thomns Williams, who has' pitched two guiuos recently without allowing my corpc. composed of both British foumMn tho conditions of the first and Freuch, took tho offensive on lew centuries following the renais- an earned run, will bo pitted against Sunday acalnst tho Germans, but sance, when fighting men could Grcons Nebraska Indians at Sunset their plan of attack railed, owing to choose tholr field, have their fight Park Taylor Mines, Tuesday, t Septho "uuforswn difllcultli'3," as de- all to themselves, and then go away tember 1. Would like to arrange a game scribed by tbo official utatemcut.und leaving tho neighbors to talk it all the troops retired to the covering over urnl bury llu dead. Globo with some good team tor Saturday or Sunday. positions. Democrat. Tho lowit'j on both bides are reSure Iroof of lrotctive Value. ported an extremely heavy, and the The expression has been heard fre French ofBofals describe the GerFIR FLETCHER'S quently of lato that the European mane an bcji' obliged to establish war, to all intents and purposes, I two-thirty. pro-Germful-llllrs one-handnec-rssn- ry servos tho manufacturlngTmlustfleT of the United Statos almost In tho samo manner and cgrco as a Protective Tariff. In other words, If tho producers of Europo are taken from tho fields and tho shops nnd sent to tho front, there will bo a serious falling orf in tlio imports leaving Americans Jn full possession of their own market. Such a view is, subject to various qualifications. Tho Essential factor, of course, Is to obtain tho necessary ships. As an equivalent to tho policy of Tariff Protection, a European war Is sadly deficient In that It lops oft millions from tho Tariff revenues of tho govemmnet. Whatever gain may accrue to tho manufacturers is ,ho 8peMe of Ul0 Trca8llry What the European war does accomplish, however, Is the Illustration of tho economic necessity of Tariff Protection nt all times. The principle of Protection was forcibly brought homo to the American people during the Napoleonic wars, when American statesmen showed clearly that tho American public should not bo placed at tho mercy of Europe, Tho great argument for Protection at that time was to have industries so firmly established lu tho United States that no European wnr could deprive us of manufactured articles. The present crisis points to tho same conclusion. It shows that it Is absolutely necessary for the United Stntes to be made Industrially Independent counof foreign tries and to bq brought to the point where It enn produco for Itself everything needed by its own people. It has been a favorite argument with tho men that if any industry could not compete successfully with the cheap labor products of Europe such an industry. In line with truo economy, should be permitted to die. If such a policy had been followed by the United Statos in the past, it would means that tho nation would be utterly unable to supply Itself in the present European crisis. Even now the war will deprive the United States of many articles, such as chemicals used In agriculture and manufacturing, and would likewise deprive the country of many manufactured articles, such as textiles, metals, etc., if such industries had not been well established under the Protective policy at home. ly happen week. Watch this space; to A 40 fjr Something is going next I I I 1L III "H Thirty-fifth I HARTFORD COLLEGE Begins Its Year September 7th, 1914. Splendid equipniont, strong faculty. Three teachers giving their time exclusively to High School work. Tuition free to common school graduates. 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