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BIG GERMAN son why Congress HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1914. after Ceptember feulllo dc routo directs him to report should bo here PRESIDENT WILL SEEK EXPERIENCES the eleventh day of mobilization at VERA CRUZ The President TERRIBLE Vichy. Our milk woman will lose had his coat off when he said It. He IS REPORT the services of the two sons who asOF MRS. OLLIE JAMES was going through the accumulation sist her on the milk-farwith NAVAL LOSS of business on his desk and ho was CLOSED small prospect ot being able to seworking with both hands. Ho Incure other help. dicated that Congress should go to "Our grocer must confide his It In Its shirt sleeves as ho was do- Wife of Kentucky Senator Ar- Writes Letter To Friend Indicatstore to an Invalid wife, and our Gen. Cut To Pieces ing. As tho emergency legislation Warships Order May ing His Course in Next rives Safely in washerwoman, who has small chilIs confined to tho ship purchase bill dren, will be left without a breadand tho war tax, It is apparent that Sunk By British. Embarrass Americans. Campaign. g winner and dependent upon the pub for the'pasaago of tho the lic charity of the commune as long Klvor and Harbors bill Is not a part at the war shall last. And so on Washington of the President's schedule. Out of 1,200 Men Composing Does. Not Consider Washington, Aug. 31. Tho Pres throughout the entire community. Washington, D. C, Aug. 30. ident has written a letter to a friend it is uouiittui whether there Is a 1 Date Set to Open New CurOctober Mrs. OUIe M James, wife of Senator Crew of Vessel Only Act of Mexican President rency System. James, of Kentucky, arrived In Jn which he expresses views which single family altogether Immune. pake It practically certain he will "The prospective soldiers have Washington, Sept. 2. With the Washington tonight after a series of 300 Escape. Unfriendly. While been airing their uniforms for nearhope of opening tho nation's new thrilling experiences In the Europe- he a candidate for currency system for business by Oc- an war zone which at times had all (this has been generally felt there ly a week and they have their knapLdndon, Auk. 30. An official tober 1, the Federal Reserve Board tho elements of tragedy that one. 'lias heretofore been nothing definite sacks half packed. Washington, Sept. 1. -- Provisional Upon which to base the belief. In y Htutement Issued tonight says that continued to press work on reads of in novels President Carranza has ordered The Colonel Smiles. Mrs. James had been visiting in jlils letter the President declares It of tliu 1,200 men composing tho tho great number of preliminary the port of Vera Cruz closed, accordOyster Bay, N. V., Aug. 31. The crows of the five Gorman warships matters still to be disposed of. One Home and was starting to Japan via ing to official advices to the Amerin route when the jonce to submit his Administration famous Roosevelt smile swamped tho can Government. Hunk off Helloland only 330 were tnsk confronting the board Is the the Gen. Funston colonel's features when he heard of uved. selection of a secretary. H. Parker train on which she was traveling to tho people, along with his per transmitted a long report on tho The Liberty, one of tho British Willis, of New York, was said to have with friends thru Austria was held sonality, for their approval or rejec Wm. Barnes' decision to retire. He complications which might result, pleased. The up by officials and she was required tion. It ls understood the Presi- seemed Immensely destroyers, which took part In the been offered the position. but State Department officials wero Heligoland, was hit by a disembark. The train was at once dent refers to the duty In a way Bull Moose chief had no comment to not Inclined to regard It as an unbattle off Petitions for a hearing from bnnks to shell which shntored her mast and In Pittsburg and Baltimore, which appropriated for the transportation which leaves the impression that he make for quotation. friendly action To friends, though, Col. Roosenwny part of her bridge first are dissatisfied with the work of tho of soldiers. She lost all her bag- - Itblnks a chief executive would be ln tore During the Huerta regime Vera of all and then smashed her search- - reserve bank Organization Commit- - gago and was not able to recover any p more enviable position, If, 'after velt stated that he did not place Cruz was similarly closed, but forlights and killed her commander, tco i naming reserve cities, have of her belongings. She was compoll- - jfour years, he could properly go o much faith in the reasons the State eign vessels paid little attention to private life without submitting Republican chairman advanced. Tho the order. Carranza's decree would Nigel K. W-- j reached the board. Lleut. Commander Other work, led to get' out of two trains but colonel has a deepseatcd conviction prevent Uutchcr, his j10Wevcr. has Interferred with their 1' arrived at .Munich and thence his ense to tho people. and William Mexican slilps from putting I Whether tho letter referred to Is that Mr. Barnes is not retiring of In at Vera Cruz, and If enforced In signul num. Their deaths were In- - consideration. went to- - Berlin. Her first knowi- his own volition, but that he 13 get an btantiineoiiR. j unfriendly way, might exact The board debated the application edge that war was Imminent came to be published soon is not known, Accounts of the battle say It was 0 nl0 xallnnal City Bank for per- - thru Eeelng thousands of soldiers but it Is expected that it will be used ting out because of the continuous heavy penalties from foreign, vessels ns soon as the political situation war- fight that has been waged upon him. entering nny other Mexican port afperfect In execution as well as in mSS0n to open branches In South 'marching thru Austria. clubs and State The colonel tnkes to himself a large ter they touched at Vera Cruz. Gen. Led at dawn by n fearless Amorlcan countries She arrived at Berlin Just after rants. Political Iil.ui for some weeks sharo of the credit in forcing Barnes Funston calld attention to the possiMvar had been declared, bito states conventions have small detachment, tho destroyers ' ."ST" The HlKKOt GtYu. crept within the Herman lines be the scene beggars description. been planning to indorse the Wilson into retirement. that bility that foreign ship owners, de' Col. Roosevelt put ln an hour toSt'ate?jnr6eual twt'en Heligoland and the Gorman at The streets were packed with'pco- - Administration and to call on the siring not to Incur the displeasure At lMO ' She was President to make the raco for re- day toward preparing he speech he of the Carranza con-t- . , ., Watorvllot, just ahovrAlTfariy, thoro pie singing and shouting. administration, witnt the welcomed nt the American Embas-gav- c election ln 191C, and while practic- ls going to deliver to the Louisiana might hesitate to send cargoes to and An atropliino sighted them j,onriiig completion ' the news to tho Germans, ninkor claim will "bo the biggest gun sy, where she stayed whilo In the ally all Washington has been confi- Progressives at New Orleans next Vera Cruz, diminishing the food supdent tho President would do so, there Monday. In his talk the colonel is ply of the city. came out. j (ilc, world. liofcr destroyers then German capital. nny! When the Kussian Ambassador was nothing tangible on which to going to deal with tho administralured tho Th British destroyers All(1 It ls In some quarters tliere was a disot being bnM'tor Germans to tho open sen wherti oth- - nntnn ln tn0 present European war, 'depnrtod, after being given his pass- base ,tho belief until tho existence tion's pronouncement on the tariff, position to regard Carranza's attiletter was particularly as It tffecta cotton. er ('estfoyers were waiting sproad lmt ror the Pacific end of" the. Pan-- j port, she started with him, expecting of the aformentloned tude as ono of resentment against Reports from Louisiana leaders gun, 49 to go to St. Petersburg, but to her learned. out In fan shape. Is n nma Canal. It the continued occupancy of Vera Mr. Wilson's expressed views ap- from whom the colonel has Heard A Kinall engagement followed and foel 3 inchest Jong, and weighing 'surprise the train was diverted ana Cruz by American Iroops, but State state that tho Bull Mooser will car- Department officials did not sharo parently forever smashed the then the German cruisers came out. 'nu0Uf l2G"'fonsr ." lis range is from io found herself at Copenhagen. ' "one-ter.plnnl: of the ry tho state at the election ; next this view. An Interruption In railinll&.acconllns to ,1s elc- The Uiitlsh llKht cruiser Aruthusa. 1B0 rrom Copenhagen she went to fall. Ho hears there Is much senti- way Baltimore platform." a sljritliiR shot, got liar nin!;ovn'(OUr,nin 11 it'nrows. Esbjerg, expecting to find alter traffic between Vera Cruz and boat ment and dissatisfaction with the. ad- Mexico City recently occurred, but gnu wju wejgh 2.300 itonnds. splci dully end lill tire foremost ffKvcrynjalliift'Vi 'or London, but tho crew In topc. ministration policy on this staple and as i..'J.i. Cai'illuuls Sleet to Choose of one of tho German cruisers. de- ,tjmo it ib dliclmi'god tho c,oMJ'ill bei ulnr sailing vescl had struck sooii' as Gen. Funston 'announced Borne, Sept. 1. At 7:80 o'clock on sugar Col. Roosevelt will leave that moli Mng It. The Arethusa tnon sc.oo. itnd so friuhtuil is tUti account of ronorts that tho North he would keep all rolling stock Htxr-Oyster Bay Saturday night. oveninK Cardinal Delia Volpe, fired n lew broadsides nt the enemy. She ,U ttar on tue lining!?, that It will Sea had boon heavily mined. ln Vera Cruz until traffic was reShe bit Her practice was excellent. i be renewed after 223 remnined there three or four days tho Papal Chamberlain, closed tho Mayor of Vuiirouvei'I)slikC U. S. sumed the Mexican authorities extho" conclave hall In Hl'Css. a German cruiser which at onco rounds. plained that they wero using the when tho British government placed inside door to Is Vancouver, B. C, Sept. 1. Be- trains to transport troops and immeburht Into smoke and flames, but ,1, iatter jtenl however is not; n- - small freighter drawing only which tho College of Cardinals soon iifterwanls a Oermnn hhot dld'go momentous when It Is remerabor- - twelve feet of water, nt tho disposal gathered to elect n successor to tho cause, he says, 'American newspapers diately adjusted the schedules. of 801.1' iKiniuce to the engino room of ,d tnnt th'gun may Keep watch and of the refugees nt Esbjerg, In which late Pope Plus X. Outside stood publish sensational roports Paul Fuller, personal representatho governor and tho marshal of the wholesale British defeats and mag- tive ot President Wilson, is due ln tin Arithusn. IwarJ oer the Isthmian , war-watd maljo the trip to England. nify imaginary German victories.tho Mexico City today to dlscus3 with The dostroyors Liberty and Laor-- , for years without having to' fire a The freighter carried 15,000,000 conclave. Not until a now Pope has been Mayor of Vancouver called upon tho the Government there questions retes aught a grand light. A thpirBnol jn ju ,iofenso. jioundu- - of butter and had capacity brought down the mrst of tho Lib- - - TUo ,nost0r gun wjll be nt for thirty passengers, but flftycrowd-e- d chosen by the ballot will the doors Chlof of Polico and the City Solicit- lating to the American occupancy of any Intimation of the or for advice on how he can prevent Vera Cruz, as well as differences beLaertes was hit nmlilslilp ,msh , lts fort being" lifted t'o'fir-- a The It. The trip was made ut be opened or hole was shot thru her funnel. lier,,nB ,)0sltion ,,y a powerful running kujll's pace from Esbjerg to Hull, procedure inside bo known. legally tho bringing of American pa- - tween Carranza and Villa. Although guns wore UHiiiiiBeii All the telephone wires leading ' 1)ers jnt0 tue cjty rorwnru iCarrlaB0( wllicll wlU drop, It out or, England, From Hull. Mrs. James administration officials havo not sho received also a shell In the lyia-fhlgngft,n ouco (tB chars0 1ms' been went to' London, where sho was well lnt0 lno Clllnce "avg oecu CIU- - nn" announced their position in any forFor Their Own I'ocketbooks. mo room mm a suoi nil wiiwu 'dullvorcd. with tho outsldo communication lt it 80 quiet. In repose, received Hardly In lino with the admoni- mal way, It Is generally understood world severed. Wrecked her Cabjll. In 'npllnn Mint i,i,lm.cl. Iufnrnnl She says she was treated splendidthat recognition will be withheld . t Tills ninrnlnir crrp.it ornwls cntli tion of President Wilson that the It was hot work, but at that mo- I ,. ...Ml CUU11I. U1VV il l..ll., UV"1 '! ly by, the Germans, ns well ns by all 111... .In.. II f fUliVIMS til Will of thIs country shou!a ca,tI-ter'- s. until a completo agreement between ment the nrltish light cruisers nml destruction crouching there, amid, the people, officials and citizons ered ln the square outside St. the two chieftains has been reachEvery eye was focused on the Kate a montal attltud0 of absolute ed, and arrangements made for a battlo cruisers appeared. It was the tropical beauty of the riven lsth- - with whom she came in contact, and neutrality toward the nations now the moment for which they had mus. t that while .she and the Americans chimney of Sistlne Chapel. If smoke v" fP '3 ' 1ttlf4 rtf Artl ""'" "V lev constitutional election. been waiting and their execution gun, Bho was with underwent hardships, should rise from It, It will Indicate It Is not biirprlslng that the 111 u iiiu luuuwiUH .iiiiiuuMieiuviii Tt Tho firtt shot from In Its various processes of cons,truc- - such as going with limited food and that no Pope lins been elected was deadly. FLINT SPRINGS. , ,. ...Ill 1- .- t I .!. uuruuib 1uai- - cablegram to tho New York Sun. one of tho British battlo cruisers Hon, has been' the object of keen water for days at a time tho em-- I ruiu iiiu Aug. 31. On Sunday, August 30, Paris, August 18. The American sank a German cruiser which had curiosity to the military experts of barrassment they suffered was Ine- lots, with winch has been mixed a Chamber of Commerce in Paris has there was a grand homo gathering .., been battering u ile3trojcr. the world. Closo Inspection has not vitable and incident to a state of little straw. at the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Vol P. Should a Pontiff be elected, work obtained orders from America for Allen. At 9 a. in., the children be Tho German fleet then turned and been permitted them Tor obvious rea- war. Tho voyage from England to $CO,000,000 worth of French goods fled In tho direction of Cuxhaven, sons, but they hnvo followed its New York was made without mishap men will Immediately break in the ln tho mak,ng ot wh,ch women are gan to gather In, and at 10 a. m., doors and the Cardinals will repair but was pursued by British destroy-wlt-h fashioning as far as possible with on the Olympla, a British liner. thero were 11 children and 26 guns. to the balcony of St. Peter's and pro- largely employed. Tho project was grand children present, 8 bearing their four-Inc- h the greatest Interest. put through under the conviction Many of the Germans landed after At noon hour there was Tho Installation of the big gun In ( J en. I.eiuaii Only Survivor When claim him. Shortly afterward the that Insuring the continuance ot her presents. Popo himself, if custom is followed, the battle, from tho British ships, the Panama fort will he .an event ln Belgians Blew Up Liege Fort. a bountltul feast spread for those economic life was he best way ot 's will appear In tho gallery of St. were wounded by revolver bullets.. jthe history ot defensive ordnance., , present. Tho afternoon was spent Paris, Sept. 1. The Antwerp corthis and bestow the Papal blessing. helping Frauce nt very Juncture. It Is declared tho rovolvors were usln singing and music on organ. At respondent of the, Petit Parlslen sympathetic, This Is Indeed ed by German officers to prevent i Kev. Frank linker to Weil. gives this explanation of the presbut It Is not tho passionless neutral- three all were called In to sing the , their men surrendering to the BritWar's Horrors. Announcement of thq coming mar- ence of Gen. Lemnu, tho Belgian urges. closing hymn: "God Be With You." A Paris correspondent of the Bos- ity which President Wilson ish uonts, which had put off to savo riage of ltev. James Franklin Baker, commander nt Liege, in Magdeburg ton Transcript Plainly and truthfully stated, there tho photographer, Alfred Stewart Some of Dawson Springs, to Miss Kather-In- o tells his paper how tholr drowning opponents. sympa- being present tho family group wasi of war: as of, tho boats lowered to the rescue the order to French reservists to is fully as much business as .Memphis, Tenn., has McCullum, thy In it. The American Chamber made. "On August 17 Gen. Loman was Join their regiments works. He of tho Germans, It is said, were been received ln Hartford. Rev. It was a grand occasion to be of Commerce In Paris is made up alsummoned by the Germans to sur- says: fired upoh by German cruisers. Baker has many friends ln Hartford render the Liege forts He refused, most exclusively of men who make gathered back under the roof that "My next door neighbor on tho county, having been pasonce sheltered us and to partake of and Ohio but as the situation was thou des- right ln the Parisian suburb where money by exporting from France "Wilson to Hear Hepon.lhIllty tor of the Methodist church here and perate and It was Impossible to hold place of the food that can bo prepared onWar Tmv Meusure. I am spending the summer, must merchandise which takes the at other points In tho county. The of products 'of American labor and ly by a mother's hand, and to set at Washington, Sept. 2, Moved by murrlago will take place September out against another bombardment Join his regiment at Clermont-Ferran- d It Is no part of tholr the table presided over by the faththo second day of mobilization; Industry. the suffering of Democratic candi- 21, at Madison Heights Methodist he called his officers together ln or thre million American workers er whoso winters have frosted the Lonclu and said: Fort he' leaves behind a wife and two dates f.or Congress, Presldont onco jet locks. May we all gather church, Memphis. The bride-to-b- e ""You have valiantly fought for beautiful little girls and a diamond-cuttin- g who havo lost their Jobs because to a homo where family ties are undecided to shoulder tho Is an excedlngly charming and popof the Underwood Free Trade Tarbusiness which now nets him whole responsibility for the Inflic- ular young lady. They will attend your country, but the struggle has broken and where' we may partake a year, which he has iff. Their solicitude ls solely for tho or tho feast that God hath prepared tion of a war tax on the people of the conference which convenes in become impossible and It Is foolish $5000-$G0O- 0 French workers thrown out 6f their tho United States at a tlmo when Louisville, Soptembcr 2? and as Rev. to try further. Honor has been sav- had a hard struggle to establish and ot war conditions and for us. Thoso present were Julus the country Is at peace. Ho seut Baker Is serving hs fourth year at ed and the hour Is como when we which may go to tho eternal bow- Jobs becauso pocketbooks. Morris and family, John Berry and for their own word to 'the leaders of Congress Dawson Springs, he will necebsarlly must separate. t have decided to wows ln his absence. His entire fufamily, Selby James and family, One of thT"BlessliiK." this morning that In a day or two, bo stationed at some other point for die here. Lonclu shall be- my tomb.' ture ls threatened. Mrs. Sarah Havens and children, "All tho officers declared that thoy "My next door neighbor on the perhaps by Thursday, poarhups ear- the coming year, We extend our It Is announced that the revenues John .Mlei: and .wife, Mf .Alfred would still fight and die wjth their left must Joiu his regiment the sec- ot the Government will fall short Stewart, W. S. Allen, Ov C. Allen, lier, that Is today or tonight he hearty congratulations. General. Again the cannon thunder- ond day of mol)!ll7utlon' at Nevers. Borne $100,000,000, and that the M. II. Keown and wife, 'Mrs. Mary E. wants to consult them about a joint meeting of Congress. At this meet- Horses and Mules Are Advancing la ed and then those In the fort were His factory, employing stvera! hun- deficit will be made up by a stamp Berry, Warren James and. wife, MasBllenced, after which a terrible ex- dred hands, will he closed. Ho tax on beer, whiskey leather and cof- ter Reggie BradUy. ing It is tho President's purpose to rrlce. not .all drink beer, Chicago, Sept. 1. Heavy demand plosion took placo. Gen Loman and too.i may bo ruined, for he, too, es- fee, We do net forth before the two Houses and FruU tho country hta reasons for for horses and mules suitable for his otneers had blown themselves up. tablished bis business at the cost cf whUkey or even coffee, but we all . before Mr, Poach he'fore, loavlng town oa asking Cougrcas (0 pass a war tax army purposes for nations engaged Alono ot all In tho fort Gfn Leman inflnito labor and pains and Is onlv do uso leather tor foot covering, ho just beginning to see his way, and so tho extra tax will full on tho a busluess trip, instructed his wife's In the European war has caused survived, and from the debris law. poor as well as the rich. This Is nurse to apprise him of the arrival President Wilson added another prices to advance" from $60 tp $100 was taken a .prisoner to Madgeburg. cleur,' "Another neighbor, well along in one of. the . blessings (7) of Demo- of, tho stork. She obliged 'with the degree to the pleasure ot tho per head higher than a yearago, It It was on Hmperor William's order Peach Bownlovillp following telegram: "Mrs anxious candidates of his party When WMs said at the Chicago stockyards that bo was allowed - to keep bis years, must sacrifice the mainstay of cratic Free Trade. .. v ' has a. Mtlr."-r-Judghis household, a bachelor son, whose (Cat) Mountain Messenger. '" ' ' ' " im stated that he could see no rea- - todar. PORT Carranza's to-da- trans-slberla- In-,t- flnal-Harttol- lG-ln- ' Bryan-Ileckhn- m m ( ri!fe 'x0 J nm-ert- y. lia ht "". J '"" I 1 1 Po-ter- Wll-onh- as - ,y e. was hoisted slowly toward the surfrom the enemy our Infantry begins , face In order to give their operatives to draw upon Itself the adversary's DIVERS TO a chance to recover progressively Infantry fire. At that moment our -- 4) from tho stress of high pressure. artillery quickly changes Its objecEven so the precaution was not alON GREAT WAR tive and pours its shrapnel on to the ways sufficient and a great many of enemy's Infantry positions. Our In- -' the workers suffered from bonds fantry In struggling broken lines, and a considerate number of them part of which may answer the enHow Battles Fought Caval- - emy's Infantry fire, rushes as far Empress of Ireland May developed paralysis later on, If they did not die. forward as possible toward the ana wayonei unarge. of 600 or 700 yard8 galnlng limit Dr. II11I Invented a type of diving Give Up Dead. even bell which has within Its compass a more ground If possible, where the Cultiva-- 1 decompression chamber, and the real Infantry firing, hot and heavy, Millions of Miles in Foreign Pos- - begins. Diving Bell May Be Used To Has- operation of this compartment Is entirely Independent of the rapidity The manner of advance Is not In Stake of scssiois Form with which the bell may be hoisted solid ranrts or mass, but the Infantry, ten Huge And Diffi. to the surface, and, conversely, with lines, has jumped In small ragged Nations at War. cult Task. the speed with which It may be forward regularly, falling Instantly plunged to the waterbed. In the first to the ground for cover, waiting case, coming up the operative goes The great fighting branches of an for a new opportunity from behind Empress of Into the decompression chamber and The steamship army are lufnutry, artillery and cav- clods or rocks or trees, or, If the Is flat and exposed, burrow- - land sunk In collision by the Stor- remains there as long as It Is neces- alry. The task of the cavalry during ing Into the soil superficially with stad In the St. Lawrence, will never finrt' In liplntv flirt nmaanv nt l.n moblllntlca aud concentration Is to the small entrenching spade which float again. The owners of the ship compartment progressively down to j screen of the adversary, trying to the soldier carries in his belt. During have abandoned her to the under-th- e uiiiiusijjicriu Murium. Again, If the bell Is descending progress of our Infantry the re- - writers, and the best the latter hope form n r:rcen for the rest of the army; to scout and penetrate the serves had been slowly borught up to do Is to recover certain partlcu-fo- quickly, the worker remains In the the firing j larly valuable parts of her cargo, decompression chamber, which. In dlscovor hU trcngth, his exact posithe rear to liner will that case, becomes In effect a line and give It fresh Impetus where After that the 14,000-to- n tion and hU Intention. In those expedllons the cavalry, It had been thinned by the enemy's probably be dynamited. The Yankee pression chamber, the pressure 1;!: Sulvage Association has been award- the air being raised gradually until In large bodies, la supported by ar- Infantry and artillery Are. the It Is equal to that in the bottomless tillery and small bodies of Infantry, When the Infantry has at last won ed contracts for reclaiming who are transported on wagons or to the point where a bayonet charge bullion aboard, salving the malls working space adjoining. When this motor cars, so as to be able to fo- can be attempted at about 200 yards and recovering as many as possible balance Is reached the submarine llow the borscment. The main value from the enemy, our batteries in- of the bodies held within the hull. toller can swing open the door In the The work will be extremely dif- dividing bulkhead and step outside of cavalry lies 'in the scouting ser- crease their fire. Our Infantry, for vice of cavalry patrols, who adven- the moment on the ground in firing ficult. Where the Empress of Ireland to take up his labor without risk. ture often as far as forty miles In form, receives a succession of or- lies In the outer reach of the St. New York Sun. front of tbelr army, finding their ders, that run down the line from Lawrence river the water has a min BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. Chamberlain's Liniment. way through the enemy's lines to mouth to mouth, repeated by every imum depth of 126 feet. At high If you are ever troubled with glean knowledge of his forces. man to the next one. The first is tide the stream Is sixteen feet deep During the fcattle It oftens happens bayonets to be put on the rifles, er and the current Is very strong aches, pains or soreness ot the muscles, you will appreciate the good that no cavalry combat takes place, then several rounds of rapid fire. when the tide Is In full swing, makits task might appear ended, but I then the command: "Up! Forward, ing toward the flood or the ebb. At qualities of Chamberlain's Liniment. and Many sufferers from rheumatism 0ne deder or.a.int in such Is not tlie case, for the cavalry to the bayonets!" This every man re- best, with weather conditions favor15 vour eitv and vicinitv to ready at all moments to peats, shouting as the whole mass In ing, diving operations can be carried and sciatica have used it with the must stand best results. It Is especially valuable Evinrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe sell sacrifice itself utterly on any part of line lifts Itself up from the earth on only during the hour of slack for lumbago and lame back. For' Motors, which are advertised in all reputable the field where it Is needed; In some and leaps forward. water between the shifting tides. sale by all Druggists. magazines of the world. This advertising sudden charge of death to stem the The artillery for an Instant covers After the diver has reached the campaign reaches thousands who have use enemy's onrush for a moment, giving the opposing Infantry with shrapnel upturned hull of the Empress ot Public Sale of Cattle. j for portable and detachable rowboat time for the Infantry to rally or ex- which suddenly ceases as our In- Ireland only the lesser part of his We will sell at public sale on Sepmotors, but who would have no use for launches some peril. Such fantry comes within a hundred yards Ireland only the lesser part of Ills tember 12th, at 1:30 p. m., at V. B. tricate Itself from account of lack of time and no summer homes. Waite were the charges of the Light Bri- from the enemy. Our men bound ov- undertaking is accomplished. Papromptly for particulars as to how representatives are Morton farm on Rough river, 3 with and protected. Begin operations at gade at Balaklava; such were charg- er the Intervening gap and their tiently, hole by hole, he must drill miles below Hartford and 2 miles once so as to aatain the lull benent of toe season. g es of Bujanovlch's Austrian Cavalry quivering line of cold steel perforations around a circle big from Centertown. 29 head of Cattle, EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY Brigade in the battle of Custozza, grips into the enemy's vitals. enough for him to pass through consisting of 5 Milk Cows, 5 to 7 292 Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN 1S66; the charges of Bredow's cavAll along the battlefield such com- freely and large enough likewise for years old, 12 Steers and 9 Heifers, r, the charges of bats are taking place, with varying the bags of mail and the boxes of 1 to 3 years old, 3 Calves under 1 alry at the French Cuirassiers at Beichshof-fe- n 3ucces3, so that the whole front line bullion to be hoisted out afterward. year old. and the charges of the French of an army in battle sems to wave With the opening cut in the skin These cattle will first be sold in Cavalry Division Margarine, led by up to the moment when at one or of the ship, then this operation lots then sold all together, and the Galllfct at Sedan. In all these fa- the other points success becomes de- - must be repeated at each of the in- - way they bring the most money will mous charges It was always "Into cislve and according to the value of tervenlng bulkheads, of which there be accepted. Terms of sale 12 month DAILY BETWEEN the valley of death" they rode. the position decides the fate of the are four. While there is now avalla-battltime with Interest at 6 per cent and The Infantry, "the queen of mili- bond with approved security. New York Sun. ble an electrically driven submaBSWSSS 'I ..In.-!. Awtm- - .UI1IIUI tant arms," ae It has been called, lll MORTON & TICHENOR. UUC .rl.llt Ul III, Still IIIU UIKCI tf.nn..it Stl Indigettion. Acute moves forward In long heavy colbore many holes at each submer"I was annoyed for over a yerr gence, Robbed Ity Muskrats. umns. Wboo it arrives within the for the longest time available by al'a. as of acute to Messrs. Robert Graham, Terrell range of tho adversary's artillery Is a scant hour at the most during fire Its adfance is protected by its lowed by conotipation," writes Mrs. the slack between tides. At this rate and Franklin Corn are camping unown artillery, already engaged In du M. J. Gallaher. Geneve, N. Y. "I the sahors estimate that it will ta1;e til the first of the week at Buckeye el with the oucmy's batteries. From tried everything that was recom- anywhere from five to six weeks to Cave, on Dix River, above King's THE CilZAT CI"? Mill. The Messrs. Corn went prosIr ' that ruomet on the success of the mended to me for this complaint but complete the work planned. nw- l- ", ' 111 91 Iragth SOJ trfl l nothhig did me much good until , it.iH f er. (riatrr 3 out Ur;f 11 l action depends on complete recovery of the pecting for a camp site on Tuesday, Difficult as the .s between the infantry advance about four moths ago I saw of Zr 3" anJ "C.:y c.f Buffalo" Magnificent Slo.mor. "SZZW2ZZZ." "C mail and the bullion is likely to and that night spread their blankets , Tablets advertised and proand the artillery fire and the pro-May !.t to Dec l.t DaUy CLEVELAND and BUFFALO prove, there Is harder work ahead of under a shelving rock near the river OOP M. soor M. tection giveu by the artillery to its cured a bottle of them from our the salvors In reclaiming the bodies. on the Mercer side. They took off lri C!tuJ . . . 1) . St. -i r 6 30 AM. AmroU.tilu druggist. I soon realized that I had their belts and placed them togethinfantry. (Central 3tajr! 7 mr) Therefore It is possible the salvors jn 'in T.miiU. It.ltr....! Ilrtrta Cii-cll- n al Duili'o fir Mam Talli n. a't VJttrr jr The moment when the Infantry gotten the right thing for they help- will employ an aparatus but little er with the scabbards, in which were m. Ak Icrelan.l o.llliilfajn am (ott f r Iran jrlit.nu on our rrflini their camp knives, about two feet comes within range of the enemy's ed me at once. Since taking two bot- known commercially ticket a;ul fr tlclrta J I i B. I J ' UJ I r lultuoinrt lllu.lr.U-- l UulU-- t In. Jiur over here. THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO, Cl.T.lanJ. O. lire, a distance of about 6,000 yards, tles of them I can eat heartily with- This Is the diving bell. In principle from where they slept. The next its deep massed columns begin to out any bad effects." Sold by all It Is a counterpart of an inverted turn morning the belts were gone and onboaden and stretch out on both Dealers. bier submerged and filled with com- ly the buckles left, and also the sldes in shallow fomations disposed Some Queer Pets. pressed air, the air pressure exact- leather scabbards had disappeared over a wide front. The stir caused In Hyde Park re- ly balancing that of the enveloped from around their knives. As it is a known fact that muskrats considA definite picture of what occurs cently by the pet pig escorting an water. Diving bells made of steel during battle must follow the course American lady recalls other instan- and big enough to hold several work- er leather a choice delicacy to eat, It is supposed they came up from the of one of these infantry columns, ces where pigs have played the role men really submarine caissons and devoured the belts and composed It may be of a regiment or of faithful companion. make it possible to do quickly tasks river a brigade, or even of a division In Persia, altho the law forbids, that would be dragged along fori scabbards without awakening the 1Q.O0O rifles. An attacking army is pigs are cherished, not as butcher's weeks where divers alone are em- young men, and the only thing that saved their shoes was their thought-fulnes- s assumed, for the duty of a defend- meat, but as companions. Some ployed. ing force Is only to hold the posi- years ago the British consul there in hanging them on a bush. The difference of procedure is Harrodsburg Herald. tions it occupies. had a pet pig which attended him easily explained. The diving bell Is Say that troops have the orders when shooting, "pointed" the birds, Banishes Pimples. a structure of heavy steel and has to march over a specified road to- and then retrieved them. The ballast tanks Into whlch water can $1,000 Light Harnett Stale $1,000 Roadster Stake Bad Blood, Pimples, Headaches, ward a railroad station which must careless servants could not be trustStudent's Judging Contett Farmer Boys' Eacampmemt Biliousness, Torpid Liver, Constipabe seized. During the march the ed to keep It Indoors, aud It tracked be let in order to make it certain that the bell will sink when com- tion, etc., come from Indigestion. troops find themselves confront- Its master by scent. TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY and you won't sufpletely filled with air under suitable Take ed by the eoomy occupying heights Sir Walter Scott had a fondness pressure. Fine Exhibits of Horsei, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Into this bottomless cham- - fer from a deranged Stomach or othway station. Their Immediate task for pigs, and Lockhart tells a story ber go the workmen, standing or er troubles. It will tone up the LivSeed and Grain, Horticulture and Woman's Handiwork dominating the road aud the much like the above. sitting upon narrow platforms, and er and purify tho blod. Use It reguto dislodge the enemy from CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS an eminent Lord Gardenstone, thus they reach the bottom with- - larly and you will stay well, have those hcigkta. Scott Judge, had a great regard for mit rppniirsp to ilivlnir Hrr GRAND nnrl. nr. clear complexion and steady nerves. The enemyV artillery on the pigs One slept in his bed at night FIREWORKS Money back coriUngly have the utmost freedom Get a 50c. bottle heights opens ire, which is directed DISPLAY uuiu u uecame uuwieiuy, men ll of movement. They are not hamp- it not satisfied. All Druggists. toward the advancing infantry bel- slept upon his clothes, arranged on ered by life lines and air hose, nor low. Those tioops hastily spread out tho floor for Its convenience. Length ot Wur. ForCatalogua and Entry Blank Addreaa Reduced Railroad Rates weighted down by great leaden solin wide shallow front formations Sir William Jone3 had a fancy for ed shoes. fount Witte, the Russian statesThe enemy's Infantry cannot bo de- tortoises. man la quoted as saying that this It is recorded by a friend scribed oa the hillside except by some of the great man that The diving bell Is lighted by elec- will ho a short war. He believes that 70S Paul Jonee Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. after dinner chanco glint iu the sun of an officer's ho would suddenly shout. In a tricity and connected by telephone It will be brief and bitter, but that loud hord; his batteries ure invisible, voice, "Othollo!" and a very large with the people at th'e surface. The It will not cover a period longer only somo light puff of suioko up in turtle responded, crawling from tho steel compartment has shelves for than three mouths at the outside. the distance and the direction from next room. It usuallymade Its way holding a variety of tools, and so He also thinks that in less than this today so much more deadly than If he hud not insisted upon tho cesyears ago. which the whizing shellb aro hurled to Sir William's sion of French territory. chair and there re- equipped the worker would take but time Russia will reduce Germany to they were 25 indicating vaguely the location of mained, he feeding it a short while to cut right through a state of subjection. In the present war mutters may If It was a war between two nawith food eshis guns covered by the hill. the Empress of Ireland. tions it might be different, nut what be much tho same way. Whichever From German statesmen come decpecially to Us liking. The art il lory of our attacking But the diving bell would also larations and prophesies of a sim- Is truo of war between two nations side wins only moderuto terms can One of the strangest instances force below also gets rapidly Into where u help tho divers because Instead of ilar character. Tho Germans are la different when practically all of probably tivull for un early peace. unufreak pet was position, for-- fire, seeking the bust sual freedom happened allowed For ruinous us war is, either side Liverpool using the boats at the surface for eually confident that the war will Europe Is Involved. at cover which tho relief of the land- some years ago, could long keep up a hopeless strugtenders they could use the diving be ot brief duration und that iu the when a gentleman It may bo that Count Wltto Is scape affords. When the guns have gle if unreasonable doniuuds walked up from tho docks with a li- bell as a base of operations, and from end the supremacy of the German right and that because ot overwhelmshould taken up position they await order on iu attendance. As he pointed that point, sheltered from the people will be asserted. ing force Germany will be crushed. bo Insisted upon by tho victors. out to fire until their battery command- to the magistrate, it was evidently sweep of tho tide, with short lengths In the InturostH of humanity men London is not so positive. Lord It may be that Germany will be ers have managed to climb to some an amiable creature, for it did not of air hese and life line, could reach Kitchener predicts tho victory of the driven into desperate resistance, should consider calmly and considerpoint of emlncuco whence they can resent the arrest of its master. The Into the body ot the liner with a allied armies, but is not wo confident which will only terminate with com- ably when tho eud comes,. best observe the euemy's positions j court, however, plete exhauctlon. This all depends CliuiiiberIul,,',r"r7,luT Cholera thought otherwise, minimum of danger and under con- of the brevity of tho war. hiiiI and by Biennis to their gunners di "jaud Mops were Confidence on both sides of a upon things not easily calculable. To taken to nvold a ditions promising a far quicker acDiurrlioen IteiuiHly. rect the lnying of tho gnus, indlcat-- 1 (recurrence. complishment of their duties. speedy victory is not, to neutrals, bring a war to a close In not so ensy "I advised the 'boys' when they ing the dlrc-Hio-u ot the gun, Its eleTho largest type of diving bell Is a very Impresslvo argument for the a matter as to begin it, and it n enlisted for the SMaiil'sh war to vation and the distance time of the a very different submarineapparatus brevity of the war. Nor can we with beaten nation is desperate only it take Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera shrapnt. . from Unit employed some years ago. very great confidence argue from prolonged and hideous warfare of and Diarrhoea Remedy with them, j The object of our batteries will thanks to tho Investigations the general tendency of war, with general devastation cau make it sub- aud have received many thanks For Inianta and Children. be to locate exactly tho enemy's guns of Dr. Leonard Hill, F. It. S., the any great confidence, that the pres- mit. for the advice given," writes J. H and silence their fire, formlug a 15 KM Ym Nan Altajs lN(hl peculiar peril ot the diving bell has ent conflict will bo a brief one. This very danger caused DUmurck HouRhland. Eldou, Iowa. "No per-so- n cover for our advancing Infautry, been eliminated. In years gone by Wars should, because of the Improv- much worry in 1871. He could have whether traveling or at home Bears the which huB eft a group of reserve when men finished their work o'r ed age ot Invention, grow brief in weeks after, the declaration ot war, should bo without this great rem-edat the beck At about 1,500 yard Signature when their shift was ended the bell duration. The machines ot war. are had peace after Seduu, only six Cor sale by all Dealers. SIDELIGHTS RECLHLION LOOK HERE! ry Now is the time to get the JOHN DEERE Wagons, Buggies, tors, Mowers, Hay Rakes and Hay Presses. Also Hercules Buggies. : '$ Ire-spa- ' I m J : Don't forget that we can furnish t you the best binder on the market. i: Come and contract with us, so we can have the machine here in time so there will be no delay when the It time comes to use them. Buy your implements from the dealer that has : practical experience and knows the : implements to select. : : : : : : : i I I WILLIAMS & MILLER J VANTRD J zig-za- TE Mars-la-Tou- Fare 3 22 e. . .Cleveland igtV a Buffalo f'. Cham-berlaln- '' A- 'l 1 Iteu S: KENTUCKY STATE FAIR SEPT. 14th to 19th, 1914 $3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE es I j to-da- "BATTLE OF MEXICO" J. L. DENT, Secretary, J it-Bits. CASTOR I A To-da- z&& y. GREAT POWER FROM SUN Experiments of Engineers Now in Progress. Twenty Thousand Square Miles Would Supply World With Heat. Altho past nctlvltles of promoters scokliiK to nroiif-stock btiliiK enthusiasm In various plans to procure power iintl fortune from the rays of the mm linve led most Americans to view mich hclieines with suspicion, engineers of other countries are clvluB serious consideration to nt least one method of making the sun run dynamos, says the New York Times. For several years u number of Kiib-Hs- h enfilneers hnvo been experimenting with a sun power plunt at Cairo, Ugypt, and, necordlnc, to Frank Sliu-niaof the Manchester Association of Engineers, highly gratify lug reNow York, e did not develop the power tho company rlalmcd en mi; from It, but the power wns secretly derived from a i scries of strong storage batteries which were connected with the plnnt. The company was Incorporated for $5,000,000 under tho cor poration laws of Arizona, nnd effort win mado to sell shares at $10.00 each. I U. S. TREASURY TO - rcsponlent says, had taken the field Immediately upon their arrival after several aaBaaaaaaaaHalLalfl ADjMUEIS Receipts. Just In rush. march. They arrived time to stem tho German on- tlnys Can Borrow on Warehouse Deafness Cannot Be Curctf by local application, m tiny cannot rench the illstasxl portion of the oar. Tli.ro li only on? way to euro ilrnfntss, nml that It by conitltutlon.il rrmrillm l)nfrnis Is cnue.c tiy an InnamrMl condition of the mu cous lining of tho Iluntnclilnn Tube When thl tube l InlMniiil you havi' a rumbling found or Impirfrct hcnrltiR. nnd when It Is entirely closnl, Dofmi la the rrault, nnd unlira tho Inlhmmatlon can be taken nut ami thla tube r alorel to Ita nnrmnt contll Hon, h'nrlnir will be destroyed fonver; nlna runs out of ten nro caua,d by Cntnrrh, which la nothliiK but nn Inflamed condition or the mucoua aurrncea We will Rive One Hundred Dollars for nny cnee. of Denfnera (cauaed by1 cntnrrh) that cannot be curid by UnU'a Catarrh Cure, , fettle for circulars, free F. J. CHUNKY CO , Toledo, Ohio. Fold by DruRKlata, 75c. Take Hall's Family I'llla for constipation. Although sorely In need of rest, they behnved like fresl troops and held their ground with splendid courage, earning Gen. Joffr'e's warm praise Not many of the British have bad wounds. Many have broken down from the hard marching and will be well ngaln In n few days. Most of those who were able talked with picturesque profanity about their bad luck. One described how his regiment, ordered out of Mons on Sunday morning, came under fire Immediately. They hnd no trenches or cover of nny kind and were obliged to He down nil day and pop up their hends occasionally to fire. When night fell they idd their best to make trenches. Another British regiment wns luckier. They were entrenched and although tho German's bombarded them for nearly twenty-fou- r hours they had very few casualltles. Another of the British wounded "rl Paper To Be Limited to Four m rummatmmmfs. Lu ' : m swain jir.unt Months With Chance To Renew. nrscn" FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN All Pictures of Kentucky's Governors From the foundation of the State to lb Waits-InRt- !i' 1LW Aur. 29. n, sults are obtained. "I'nless sun power can be utilized profitably," says Mr. Sliuman in a paper on the subject prepared for the Engineering Magazine, "there ls,of course, no incentive to spend work and money upon It. It is u question altogctberof thecost of construction, upkeep and labor. If a mm power plant can not be so constructed that an ordinary engineer can Tim it, and that Its wear and tear will be reasonable, and .further, that excessive labor will not be required to handle It, then there Is also nothing In it." "For the next twenty years or so," he says, "we will all of us have plenty of room for our sun power plants reasonably near the equator. I nm told that all of the coal mined nnd oil produced thruout the entire world during the year 1909 would be represented by 270,000,000 horse power operating for twenty-fou- r hours per day thruout tho year." For sun power to produce an, amount of energy equivalent to the above, he says, present experiments prove that the planting of "heat absorbers" over an area of 20,449 square miles of surface near the equator would bo sufficient, and this comparatively small amount of land, about half the size of the State of Kentucky, could supply the earth with cheap power. At Cairo five of the absorbers have been built. Bach Is 204 feet long and 13 feet 4 inches vide at the top, the widest part of the absorber. Five large mirrors compose the sides of the absorber and concentrate the rays of the Bun on a long, slender boiler in which there Is water. The devices resemble large troughs, being parabolic in shape, and their axes point north and south, as does that of the earth and they swing on their axes as the Hun rises nnd falls, so as "to be continually facing It ns fully as possible. The mirrors arc set In light steel framework, nnd are made to swing automatically to follow the course of the sun by an instrument known as a thermostat, which Is located under the narrow boiler, and which controls a small friction clutch. When tho mirrors are In the right position the thermostat is Just in the shade. When the sun niters Its position the rays strike the thernibotat and cause it to release the friction clutch nnd shift tho position of the mirrors enough to catch the rays directly. Tho plant generates steam at low pressure, which, according to Mr. In Shuman, gives greater return power than high pressure steam. It would bo possible, he says, to gen- orate steam up to 500 pounds pressure to the square Inch, which would also cause considerable waste. The engine used in Cairo Is a special low pressure engine designed to utilize low pressure steam to the high- est advantage. d Comparing the cost of power by the sun power plant and "The tiollr, Mr. Shuman says: steam producing part of the plant will cost, erected In the tropics, according to a careful estimate, when constructed under proper manufacturing conditions by special machinery, the sum of $7,800, being At the rate of $155 per brake horse power. The bolter, stack and buildg plant to gen-craings of a same amount of power for the ten hours per day thruout the year would cost $3,850." In 1911 an effort was made to sell stock In New York City, In a plant, but Arizona the post office Inspectors Intervened and the president of the company and one of the promoters were arrested after allegations were made that the sample plant on exhibition ere-ntecoal-burninte ed sun-pow- er Washington, Aug. 2S. The chief time The onlf complete collactlon in cxUtenco OS Pictures of tilt PreiUcat i of the United St.itcs. from 'points III II Statement made ycstP.r- to Wilson. I Lies of all Nations In coiorn. 1 he ery tiny by' Secretary McAdoo outlining latest Kentucky Map iliowinrtCountles.towns.railroarts.Con-Kmston- al KentucLy (.ensus. districts, etc. j the new Government plan of lssu-- I complctemapofllieUnitcil Mates. I ullancJcomtlctcmapoltlio world. Intlicllletorlcal Kentucky tletch Is elvtntlepolitlcal lug emergency currency based on to statistics from tho f oumlition of the fatate to theprerent lime. bacco warehouse receipts nro as It includcj: All State Officials. Executive Department. All rVmrtmrntfl nf th Stnt,. finwrnlrlM ttltll the heads ofeacll follows: Out of Wttr's Chaos. W EH! Uejnrtmcnt nnJ the clerical forccTvlth their salaries. Various .. rtcmucwy uoarnsuau courts vun uicir a win, "Xotcs secured by warehouse reSince the Gnzotto Times recently salaries. Political Committees nnd Organisations of the State. Kentucky UriitcJ Mates bcnator. Kentucky Chief ceipts for cotton nnd tobacco, nnd referred to tho desirability of develthe Kentucky imtlccs. feiwakcra ofCommission rs. Hotie. Connrcssloral Senatorial Districts. Kailroad oping menus to overcomo the Inter- having not more than four mouths Kentucky, when made end from what Counties. Counties of ruption In ordinary importations of to run, I have decided to accept All of the ViUl S tatiitlci of Kentucky. articles of common utto there has among eligible national bank seThis unique and valuable Atlas h free 75 per cent of their face said: been much agitation In trade circles curities at to all Evening Post subscribers. If not along this line. The prospect Is, there- value." "We marched Into Mons Sunday now a subscriber, send S3.00 for a full year's subscription, or $2.00 for a six That means the national banks of about 10 o'clock In the morning and fore, that out of war's chaos will months' subscription by mail. grow many now American enterpris- the country can mnkc liberal loans were Just about to be billeted when - marching orders came and wo were Please nn JantanJ. lliaie rates ere b mail es n fresh crop of Infant Industries. on tobacco nnd cotton for a fourOnly, and not throusb carrier or agent. The claim frequently ndvnnccd by month period nnd then secure an off again. Wo were to advance under OUR SPECIAL C0HBINATI0H OFFER: . advocate of tariff for revenue only issue of national bank notes to the cover of artillery fire, but the enemy ELCM .. r w nr Ji vaui treniaf rest, one year that the era of Infant Industries In extent of 75 per cent of these Joans. was doing a bit of artillery work, 91.50 Keatackr CoTorur'a Wall Chart the United States had passed forever Thus, for four mouths, at least, tho too, so wo threw up trenches and W. Hartford Republican, 1 yr - Jl.Olf has been swept aside by events. We present stagnation In the export snuggled down to wait for whatlaW afc ALL TIIRKE FOR - - - $3.50 are finding that there arc many trade, as It uffects tobacco and cot- ever might happen. branches of production feasible in ton, can be titled over by producers, "We did no wait long. The Gerthis country, but which liae been bankers nnd manufacturers. At the man gunners were over a ridge two MBMiaaMiaMaHaiBMHajHHMMa neglected by domestic capitnt and end of that time, If necessary, the or three miles In front and their left entirely to the nations cow nt Governmnt will probably grant re- shells came whistling around us. I war. Under tho compulsion of ne- newals. got my baptism of flro and at first Other portions of the Secretary's did not like It. Fortunately most of cessity, nnd to prevent tho Impairment of related manufactories al- statement follow: their shells burst behind us and did "The banks and the assets of all no harm. We thought they might ready established, American science nnd Ingenuity must proceed to help 'i.iiikt: belonging to the currency as- stop when It got dark,' but they kept sociation will be Jointly and severally it up as hard as ever." themselves as best they can. One drawback that wilt be encoun- liable to the United States for the reSome curious rumors are current tered Is the risk to be run. Men will demption of such additional circula- In the British lines, the Mall's corhesitate to venture into strange tion and a lien will extend to and respondent continues. fields If they arc exposed to the dan- cover the assets of all banks belongOne of the soldiers told him, he ger of unrestricted competition from ing to the association and to the se- says, that the Russians had reachabroad when war ceases. Hut If curities deposited by the banks with ed Berlin and were driving the Gerthey have reasons for believing that the association, pursuant to the pro- mans onto the British lines "so that government will protect ihem lit visions of law, but each bank com- we can crumple them up." Some of whatever efforts nrc made at pio- posing such association will be lia- the British soldiers are highly Irneering there will be a disposition ble only In proportion that Its cap- ritated because they did not see Will help parents develop their sons into to go ahead wherever possible. This ital and surplus bear to the aggre- enough of. fighting. One said: the hest type of citizens and Christian Is a phrase of tho situation "I hardly saw a German lnfantry- for gate capital and surplus of all such Congress to consider. jman while marching through a vll- Mere emer- banks. gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat"This plan ought to enable the iage and he began talking to me. gency measures for shipping and - ' saying: 'Ja, Jo,' or something like, financing are but stopgaps for the farmers to pick and market the cot tered and comes from the best homes in period of the war; but such new in- ton and tobacco, crop if the bank-- J what did I do? I ran my bayonet the South. Its capacity is limited, theredustries as are attempted "will be for ers, merchants and manufacturers through him and would do so with each other and again." will our permanent advantage. The dufore, reservations should be made early. ty of arranging for protection ,fs with the farmers, and will avail There Is much difference of opinPlace your son in. this select group of obvious, and cannot be. disregarded themselves of the relief offered by ions among the Britishers as to the If It is hoped to render America less the Treasury within reasonable lim accuracy of the German gunnery. boys. Write is earnestly One of the soldiers said regarding upon foreign supplies its. Such dependent urged upon all those Interests. The this: than It Is. farmer cannot expect as high a price "They had a bunch of their big Farm For Sale. for cotton and tobcacco this year guns trained on the gas works at 150 Acres on Hartford and Itockpor because of the European war, yet Mons, but they shot badly. If they For catalogue and information. Box A. road, 1 2 miles from Uroadway and he should not be forced 'to sacrifice had shot straight I would not be 2 miles from Rockport. Schoolhouse his crop The banker and the here for we were posted right under on Alge of farm syid church near. should not exact excessive the big tank. Shell after shell whizThree roads jmss dwelling house rates of interest, and the manufac-tuter- s zed overhead. Every time they misswhich Is on Hartford It. F. D. No. should replenish their stock ed we cheered, but each time we If you are not familiar with Llppln- V-V-ER -cott's you are doing yourself and Most of land perfectly levol. Any is much as possible and pay reas- waited for the next shot pretty anxithe publishers on injustice. on. desiring to purchase farm will do onable prices for the product. ously." wull to Investigate. Price reasona"Since tho law leaves it entirely A fusllller told tho Mall's corres ble. Apply for further Information In the .liie:vslinti of the Secretary pondent of street fighting In a colto BARNETT & SOX, Ag0nts. of tho Treasury to Insuo or not to liery town. He said: ssue rite eurrercy to which I have "It was mostly desultory fighting, I shall i. or hesitate to re .but there was stirring bayonet fuse It if I Mil convinced that it charge by the British. Tho Germans v. ill bo used i;n rely for speculative don't like that sort of thing. They purposes Instead of for the opera- quit the neighborhood as soon as it "The Standard Fiction Magazine tion of harvesting and carrying tho starts. of America" Feel right all tho time. Don't lay off be found and iW the needs of legltl-cro- p "One time wo ran up within seefrom work for days by taking calomel until a reasonable market can ing distance of a huge mass of the keeps you NOW IN ITS 4Cth YEAR when pleasant L!v- - Ver-La- x enemy In close formation. Our on your feet, whilorelievingyour troubinato business. le. Don't May Find Help in 1ba guns did them up properly. 25 Cents a Copy "It Is not my purposd to prescribe $3.00 a Year tako Safer too, and easy to take. afford anything else. You can't of warehouses In which When we come close to them like the character sysLetter. it Eliminates poisons, cleansesA natcotton and tobacco may be stored. that they don't ask for two 'help- (The first magazlno to originate-thtem and relieves constipation. ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura Idea of publishing a complete The banks will bo rolled upon to see ings." Swan Creek, Mich. "I cannot speak in its effect and certain in results. It novel in each number.) One of the Hussars spoke enthusi that warehouse receipts Issued by too highly of your medicine. When will won't be lone before Lk- - Vet-Lresponsible warehousemen or ware astically of tho work of the British completely displace calomel in evert inrougn neglect or A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION home. Children can take it freely an! overwork I get run house companies alone are accepted artillery. with perfect safety. Every bottle guardown and mvanDe- - and that the cotton and tobacco "There was one bnttery or rather BRINGS YOU anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. None I tite is poor and I stored In such warehouses Is cover- half a battery In rather an exposed saaaaaaV genuine without the likeness and signa! iiavu mat weutw, lan- ed by adequate fire insurance and position," he said, "which was doing 12 Great Complete Novels. 75 Short ture of L. K. Grigsby. Foe sale by guid, always tired CO aaBs4 60 Timely Articles. Stories. J. H. WILLIAMS. - 'i-- . " jflH feeling, I get a bot- Is protected against injury by the a lot of damage to the Germans, so they trained several of their batterStriking Poems." 200 Pages of Hutle of Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's elements." mor. ies on it in an endeavor to silence It. Vegetable THC Compound, and it Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. It was a fight between one David and SEW1NQ VtVXjKl builds me up, gives "My attention was first called to Gollaths. One by one the guns were , MAC4-HN- K Ltpplncott's Is enjoying a big reme strength, and re- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and silenced until only a single gunner vival of popularity. m Thousands of stores me to perfect Diarrhoea Remedy as much as remained. He went on doing the best new readers have been adddd to its .QUALITY.) health again. It it truly a great blessing to women, and I cannot speak too twelve years ago. At that time I he could, working steadily and calm- subscription list during the past .x ofi t highly of it I take pleasure in recom- was seriously III with summer com- ly and would have gone on until he few months, and its circulation is mending it to others." Mrs. Annib plaint. One dose of this remedy dropped except that an officer call- Increasing rapidly, NOT Cameron, R.F.D., No. 1, Swan Creek, checked the trouble," writes Mrs. ed him back, and you can bet he OLD Michigan. UNDER C. W. Florence, Rockfleld, Ind. For went back willingly, ANY sale by all Dealers. HOW TO REDUCE THE Another Sufferer Relieved. OTHER Stop That First Fall Cough. Hebron, Me. "Before taking your NAME. COST OF GOOD READING Check your fall cough or cold at remedies I was all run down, discour- Wounded Soldiers Tell Tales of , in ,1 Hard Matties. aged and had female weakness. I took once don't wait it mny lead to y Send for WAARANTED FOR ALL TIME. Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegeabe ComLondon, Aug. 28. The Rouen cor- serious lung trouble, weaken your Ifyou purchase the NEW HOME you win pound and used the Sanative Wash, and respondent of the Dally Mall In a vitality and develop a chronic lung LIpplBcott's "Little Book of Big have a life asset a 1 1 lie price you pay, and will find today that I am an entirely new paper describes the ailment. Get a bottle of Dr, Bell's not have an endless chain of repairs. Bargain" woman, ready and willing to do my dispatch to his It Is pure housework now, where before taking arrival of British wounded there and Pine your medicine it was a dread. I try to gives their stories of the fight. He and harmless use It freely for that New Edition Just Published for the 4 "Season impress upon the minds of all ailing says the appearance of the wounded fall cough or cold. It Baby or ChildCoBsJoWs! MI L women I meet the benefits they can was terrible, but not harrowing. ren are sick glVe It to them, it will SENT FREE UPON REQUEST derive from your medicines." t Mrs. They were, despite their wounds, relieve quickly and permanently. It Charles Rows, R. F. D., No. 1, not miserable but Instead displayed soothes the irritated throat, lungs J.B.LirriNCOTTCOMrANY Hebron, Maine. and air passages. Loosens Phlegm, a cheerful stoicism. If yon want special advice They had all come from the fight Is antiseptic and fortifies the sys- WASHINGTON fl.rr7M J PHILAMLPHIA write to Lydia E. Pinklmm Med-Icla- e in the neighborhood of Mons, where tem against colds. It surely prevents to buy. Mr, .A.1.EIM1 Co (confidential) Lynu, two French army corps had success- cold germs To Prevent Mood PoJsoslaf; want Mwlnc Mass. Your letter wll be opened, fully held oft the enemy on. Sunday Guaranteed. from getting a . hold spplr at once the wonderful old reliable DR. earIf you catalogue before machine, write lor, you purchase. latest Only 25c. at your rOKTKK'S ANTISEPTIC 1IKALING OILsup read and answered by a woman and Monday, The British, the cor- -' Druggist. ileal dressing that relieves pain and heals at Tie New Home Sewig Mackiw to, racge, Mass." and held la confidence. ' H S . U I imiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiinLy Vanderbilt Training School for Boys a ELKTON, KY. 5 3 5 e MffTHENEY & BATTS USE LI mer-cliha- nt .......... e 4- LAX LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE WOMEN WHO ARE For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. ALWAYS TIRED ma-chi- na ax 1BmQI nm mm ': or lilsff To-da- Tar-Hon- ey to-da- y; 1913-191- lIS flkaBBsWI strict Ibe same time. Not liniment. 22c.Wc.lt.oaJ Li. - Rut consistency and explanations " aside, Speaker Clark Is right now. . Mr. Mann would doubtless admit it NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS If pressed for a declaration of his 6atcrUn dwIrlnR tli t'"l"'f "t '" n B'" views. As leader of the minority he addrf must plre the old nlilrrn In makir.R thp I I av n.tri , vtlQts I VBW (V IA naturally seizes upon every opporrrqst. ' line ami 5 Nolle, lc tunity to remind the Democrats of Dnlnf I.oonN nnl pr llof tor nt.'h itittlif lonnl Intrrtlon.' The proverb their inconsistency. OUtnnrtc.. Itmnliitlon nn.l C'unl nt Thinll- - about the ownership of an ox affect line, minify In mlvniHH. per Charoh Nntlrm lor iervlf frw, lint other ing me interest 01 ins goring was i pit line church advertleiiint, based on centuries of observation of I "III recdvp no human ItiPE.rinonK communtt-ntlunature. Whether insistence , attectloc. on a quorum Is Justifiable depends , on circumstances. If it Is mado 1C3 when the committees are In session 3Tars&ora and the members of the House or Senate are attending them it Is open Ready-to-We- ar Hut such conditions do j to criticism. FIHIIAY, JjKPTF.MHF.R 4. not now obtain In Washington. Many al- -' for members are absenting themselves If we were back on the farm this because of personal business or pleas year, we would select all the avail- ure and those who are attending to able tobacco ground possible this the business for which they were of in all fall, put in fine order, and sow It in elected have a right to insist on the repuwheat. presence of delinquents. On the other hand, when a quorum Is actuIt begins to look like there will ally present the House has a legal no political campaign in Kenbe and moral right to proceed with tucky this fall. The average vojer the transaction of business and inis too much absorbed in the war tentional quorum breakers deserves news to take interest In politics at rfio consideration. In all look in Ready-to-Wea- r, ao home. The party in power has a right -to smash, .to legislate, whether It is RepublicThe Pfeiidcnt-i8Eolnsalso in the Baltimore platform some more. an or Democratic. It has a right i .. .:ii L : It seeks to limit the President to one to adopt rules that will facilitate hi i The Democratic term, but the dispatches announce such legislation. criticism of the Republicans on this that Wilson is to seek When the Well, what are platforms made for, scoie was tommyrot. in Democrats came into power they except to "get in on," anyway. prechanged the form somewhat but sera as as to We should have encouraged served the essence of party responsiyears, inmerchant marine all these bility for action. They did right in stead of charging our own vessels toll so doing. Their offense consists in through the great Panama canal. not admitting that their former critNow, we must appropriate money icism of the Republicans was bunlove to to look. from the National Treasury and go combe. Globe Democrat. oU markets to buy ships with into the Poverty, Hunger and Degradation. which to market our farm products. cky Not only do the men of Europe Legislature The work for meager pay, as compared having failed to make any appro- with American wages, but f" i priation to have the State properly work is supplemented by jn of ' represented at the Panama Exposi- women and children w 'struggle tion next year, a lot of school girls tor a pittance tnat ia barely 'suffl- are to be sent out to beg enough cient to keep ddy nnd soul togeth- money for that purpose. Let the er. Tins ifl l.v tln talinr nf Pil- - ' tate go without representation. As PillUUHJ Ms WeJI Very properly long as the citizens put up the funds as "pauper labor," and It is what personally to make up for the short Hoard of Education, this 10th day vt shall have in this country u the EDICATIONAL BOARD comings of the State Letcis,. of August, 1914. continue to deceive the they will always be cxptod "to do OZN'A SIU'hTS Ch'm'n. people and the wholesome Republicso. J. L. BROW.V, Sec'y. SUBMITS A STATEMENT an policy of Protection is postponed e Fine Farm For Sale. fcquojt, in this much longer. . . On account of not being aWe t rUUQ h Hml in regard to the can There is no need of abstruse the-- 1 ' my didacy "of Judge J. "S. Glenn for orizlng or of a complex display of To properly Berlins Its Thirty fifth Year the People In Regard To on Roughattend to in farm, situated Creek, Ohio couniy, Circuit Judge in this district. If a statistics to prove the destructive about lVj milos from Dundee, Ky., Democrat Is to fill this important tendency of the Democratic policy of School Matters Of The propqsltlon is so on tho M., H. & E. R. R., and the) office, we know of no one to whom lree-Trad- e. it. same distance from .Narrows, liy , on gja Ohio County. we would sooner see it go than to plain that any man can grasp tho I. C. R. R., I have decided to sell Judge Glenn. He is thoroughly If we adopt a policy of Free-Trad- e same, consisting of about 190 acres i qualified and would bring to" the or low Tariff which will permit the Will sell as a whole or divide it into i bench scholarship, years of legal American market to be flooded by Hartford, Ky., Aug. 10, 1911. two or three parts and sell separate-- , training and enough dignity to give the products of foreign workshops, People of Ohio County: To the Splendid equipment, strong faculty. ly- Three respect to the position. At the our own workshops will be idle, and I . Is everybody knows that idleness means Realizing that it Is always best for Tho greater part ot tho farm same time he would not stand so touchers giving their time exclusively to High those Interested In the same object Rough creek second bottom straight, or so high, that the ordina- poverty, hunger and degradation School work. ry individual could not reach him. Doylestown (Pa.) Intelligencer. to have a definite understanding, which does not overflow. Have large barn, good orchard and good, inexJudge Glenn has a flno following we, the County Hoard of Education, Tuition free to common school graduates. Enter Need .More Immigrants. haustible well of water. This Is an here at his home and will no doubt In the current Issue of Farm and In executive session, wish to submit prove a strong candidate before the opportunity to buy a good farm at tit tho beginning and take advantage of this opFireside Thomas Kelly, the owner the following facts which directly a reasonable price. For further parprimary. n good farms In Con- concern, not only the County Hoard of a portunity to secure a High School Education ticulars, call on or address, An investigatloifJustmade by necticut, Is quoted as follows on the of Education, school teachers and W. H. MOORE, at a normal cost. For further information ad- the State examiner. Mr. Goodpaster biibject of the necessity for free im- trustees, but every taxpayer and evNarrows, Ky. of the offlco of Thomas S. Dyers, migration in order that American ery citizen of the county. dress or E. P. MOORE, Automobile Commissioner, shows a farms can havo tho laborers which To the trustes we will say that 7t2 Ky. Hartford, systematic plan to defraud .lie State they are sadly in need of. What he wo will not be able this year to do through forged papers and the mu- says Is particularly interesting be- the building, repairing and furnish-.Mor- e Workers Driven into Idleness, tilation and theft of public records." cause of the present war which will lug of school houses that we have When a low Tariff law causes Mr. Byars has given his check for probably operate to reduce immigrabeen asked to do and which perhaps 30,000 men and women in one President. V. President. 1,303.C4 to cover discrepancies and tion. needs to be done, for the j dustry in New England alono t6 bo " 'The reason why beef is not rais- reason a check from Cecil Van Sant for that on account of the uuu-- 1 forced Into Idleness the ranks of on ed in the East is because we cannot sual drouth of last year and the the unemployed have not only been $270.00 to cover discrepancies his desk. Mr. Goodpaster says the get help to feed the calves. Consid- groat expense Incurred in procuring Increased to that extent, but it lias legal department will bo asked to erable help Is required to establish water for the schools and other un- even driven more workers into IdleInvestigate and unless a coat of and maintain a herd, and laborers avoidable expenses, we are now pay- ness because tho purchasing power whitewash is resorted to, some are few. When our government be- ing Interest on more than $7,000, of tho 35,000 men and women have startling disclosures may bo looked gan to restrict immigration we com- borrowed money.whlch debt wo aro been removed. for. The State Examiner in thecourse menced to sow the seeds of high anxious to liquidate Just as soon as If the Tariff on silk goods had of his report says, "I must say that prices. Every farmer from Maine It can be consistently done. been reduced to the same extent as KY. never have I teen a more reckless to California will tell you that his To the teachers of 1913, we wish the woolen rates that Industry handling of tho chief trouble Is to procure workers. to say that wo regret very much would be In no better shape, and and Incompetent " 'Farm products are high because that we were not able to pay any- 20,000 to 30,000 silk workers who States business and States money," of the difficulty of finding men who thing for extra attendance, for tho are'now at work would bo idle. Dealer In I.lKlit liulIdiiiK Material!., fan save jou money on All Depends on the Ov. on the reason that according to the schedEvents are fast proving the enorCement, Plastering, Roof In mid in fact, evcrjthliiK which goes There was an Interesting tilt in will do the work needed ule for that year the public money mous advantage of giving employInto u modern building. SEE HIM ItKFOHE the House Thursday between Mr. farms." VOUH fell short more than $2,000 of pay- ment to our own wage earners, inADAItURO. Mann, the vigilant floor leader of PKAXS. ing tho salary of the teachers, which stead of to foreign workers. L6s Sept. 2. Rev. Willis preached the minority, and Speaker Clark on the subject of quorum counting. some "sound doctrine" at Antioch shortage wo were forced to make Angeles Times. good with borrowed money. Speaker Clark answered as the Saturday night and Sunday. Tho Dairy Fanner G'cts Ills. Not In a spirit of criticism of Napier, of Hartford, Is Rev. II. W. names of representatives were callWe understand ourlocal milk promay bo n better that there ed on tho roll when ho know they assisting Rov. J. H. Rayborn in a ducers, havo been receiving greatly were present In tho chamber or in protracted meeting which began understanding of these matters in reduced prices for their butter fat. which wo aro all mutually interestthe cloakrooms, although they failed Monday night. Perhaps the reason may bo found In Mr. Tom Iiaughn and family, of ed, these facts aro submitted. personally to respond. Mr. Mann an article trom Wallace's Farmer, Wo would assuro the public that twitted the speaker on this practice, Washington, visited Mrs. Iluughn's to Get It from Denmark.", reminding him of tho storm of crit- parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Mldklff wo aro earnestly and honestly striv- "Prefers Tho shipment of foreign butter und ing to maitugo tho school it fairs of 1 have recently icism of tho lato Thomas 11. Reed Saturday and Sunday. purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording condensed milk will, of course, lib Mr. Alphonso Hamilton and fami- our county In a fair, honest and during his tluco terms as speaker. Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, interrupted by tho European war for The great statesman from Malnu was ly, of Maceo, were tho guests of economical manner, and wo would a few mouths, possibly; but tho Hartford, iEtna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes called tyrant urid czar largely be- tholr brother and sister, Mr. and urge all loyal citUens evorywhoro to the business written in all tho towns and villages in Ohio county. Tariff law will remain for yoars. cause of his habit of recognizing, tho Mrn. (!. W. Wedding, from Friday lend n helping hand, that conditions And thus tho dulry farmer gets his These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will I... i,v,cn.i f may bo made hotter for our more physical presence of members who until Monday. at tho hand of Democracy. Rock-vlll- e hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, Mr. J. A. Kdgo has disposed of than S.000 girls and boys. considered thonisolves constructively (Iiid.) Republican. object in vlow, may wo With this absent. Speaker Clark duulod that till his property hero, consisting of For Sale. lie had Joined in tho Democratic a grocery and dry goods store, a all work together. To this end .we Ono small refrlijorator. In oud He did not as- dwelling house and a small tract of pledgo,you our oaruost endeavor ami htorm of criticism. condition. Cutl or address Wo may hazard the l.jf.d sign a reason. Mr. Clabo Wedding is the honest effort. -E. M. WOODWARD. Done by order of tho Ohio County suggestion that ho was a member of purchaser. the Missouri Legislature during Mr. Reed's first term and he was a private citizen during Mr, Reed's secEttmd nccorJIn to law at tli l'ottoftlc ond term, while a music teacher from mall inattr r ot th rerond kttfor1, Kj., Mexico, Mo., was representing the tlww. Mr. Ninth district at Washington. C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor Clark was go glad to get back that ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor he was not Inclined to be ovcrcrltl-- c of the speaker during Mr. Reed's third term in that office. to Address all communications H xrtford Republican. III teM& Wtifr ,W SBn5w z&tf&SZi-- J 'f iN lam. W Jgn IF&rmm . 7MV x '41 m JL 1 ViiUtfiaft ssfcMr "g? ?gggvs t the Hartford Republican. Yh Of Ladies' and Misses' Coat Suits, Skirts, Dress Goods and Ginghams Of Ladies' lr . ?SLmo: Our Advance Showings and Woolen Piece Goods are ready your consideration. This Store has ways been right up to the minute with fashion's latest decree kinds Wearing Apparel and this tation must be maintained. 1 We Invite You for a at of the new things ir ot win uc iai our advance showings Millinery, guuu taste now. i.i A new fall It costs if A look how may mean money your pocket when you well more satisfaction and get ready buy, vice after you have bought. nothing We're proud of our stock and we show you. late-Kentu- ft E, P. BARNES 1 Beaver Dam. Kentucky. 11 & BRO. msssmmtwiHBXsssz - Krco-Trade- TCADH VlU Pfl ULIL 1 EGE I 4.1 , September m, 9 half-doze- i H. E BROWN, or HENRY LEACH PAUL WOODWARD HARTFORD, i General Contractor and Builder M.K; ffilHI nny-onc,b- ut INEW I vyyHWmiiU4H4Hn44 INSURANCE AGENCY t t I I E. E. BIRKHEAD, - t .c.oJ Hartford, Ky. H Special Close-Out- s Wo nru not ad vocal a of carrying over summer goods lo auolhor summer, hence wo have grouped Today Is short, yesterday Is gone, tomorrow may neer come. If you want any tiling to drink, get busy. You will (Ind It oti page eight of tills Issue. It's yours for the nsk-IllThe West Kontucrty Petroleum Company lias drought In a now well on the Vnnco farm which is said lo ho the best producer of any yet drilled. It Is claimed to have an Initial production of 100 barrels per day. Can furnish anything In high monumental works, cemetery goods, etc., ut low prices. K. W. JOHNSTON, Narrows, Ky. Stf .MarRepresentative Continental ble and Granite Co., Canton, (la. class, THE ONLY SAFE ECONOMIC POLICY Is That Which So Develops Our as to Make Us Independent of Foreign Countries. Washington, D. C, Aug. 28. Never ugalu within the life of tlu present generation Is the D"jiiicr..l-I- c parly likely to eo before the va tors or tho United States and argue that If an industry canlot sustain Itself without a Protective Tariff, It should bo permitted "to expire automatically. Tho war In Europe.com-In- g like u bolt out of a clear sky, has demonstrated conclusively that the only safe economic policy the United States Is to develop Industries which will make this country completely Independent ot any foreign nation. In an able speech In the House of Representatives, Congressman Mon-del- l, of Wyoming, showed how the placing of sugar on the free list will result In tho entire loss of the great revenue which the United States has been obtaining from that source. The reduction of 25 'per cent In the duty on sugar, which went Into effect on March 1, has resulted In a loss of revenue for the four months March to Juno Inclusive, of approximately $S,G40,000. Said Mr. Mon-del- l: If this great loss of revenue were benefiting the American people by a reduction in the price they pay for sugar, thus reducing the cost of living, we could well forego the revenue and secure In some other way; but the fact is that no dollar of this loss.of revenue lids gone to the bene fit of American consumers. On the contrary, the greater part of it has gone directly into the pockets of the while a little ot It has refiners, gone to the benefit of the Cuban planter and the small remainder to to tho benefit of the wholesale dealers. Sugar July 31 and for some time before was higher in price at wholesale than It was when the duty was reduced, or for a considerable period prior to that time. I am not surprised at that condition of affairs for It ls exactly what we prophesied vould occur when the Underwood bill became a law. Tho refiner, however, has It In his power to drop the price at any lime, and It Is this menace, "this danger, tnat prevents tho maitcuanco or the extension of the domestic Industry and will ren der It Impossible to continue it to any considerable extent at least when sugar goes on the free list. in Ruinous Effects of Kice-Trad- o Knjrar. Mr. quite a number of our best specials that will meet the every-da- y demand of our trade. Wo do not regard on them, but give them to you at manufacturprofit er's price. GROUP 1 JJoys' blue Cottonadu and Kahki pants, fine for school wear,' Ibrmui price 5Ue, sale price :j'.)c I GROUP 2 Ladies' new stylo Slippers, Uun Metal or Patent Leather, former price $2.50, our special '. sale price .' l.8 Ask and thou shnll nceivc, Look for the coupon on page eight, present It to the following named fountains: S. J. Tlchonor, Mcllenry; Chlnii & Dexter, Heaver Dam; Clins. Overton, Centertown, or any first class 'soft drink stnnd, and get one drink freo. Dr. L. 11. mmZmmmMm r j" j j riMPQl m Mean will conduct n 23 and fair be- at tho Ohio County Fair grounds ginning Sept. days. Dr. RJ GROUP 3 Our entire line of Men's Oxfords, Tans, (Jun Metal, latest toes, regular 3.50 quality, sale price $2.98 GROUP 4 Remnant stock of Millinery. Many good styles left. Of course you will not want them at our first price, but remember the price is now one-)ialThat means you get a .$.'.00 hat f. last year with marked success. The catalogues will bo out In a few days giving full particulars and comprising a most liberal premium list. Tho State Game Warden Is fur nlshlng a lot of black bass for var- continuing four Ilean conducted the fair CHUCK YOUR OLD HAT. THE GOOD ..,,,,, ,.... GROUP 5 for $l.f0 another Children's blue check wash pants, good one for school, ages 10 to 10 years, sells !Wc for 50c. sale price to you Besides the special groups, we are offering many specials in New Fall Wear. If in need consult us, and REMEMBER THAT IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. ious points In Hough Illver. A consignment will be sent to Mr. W. II. Moore at Narrows, W. S. Dean at Dundee, and W. S. Tinsley at Hartford. Tho shlpmen was arranged through County Judge John B. Wilson. The fall term of Hartford College will begin next Monday, with bright prospects for a large attendance. The grounds are being cleaned and the building placed itf first class con- -, The dltion by the school board. school ad In another column will tell you more about the school prospects. M. FEELING VUO FET WILL BE WORTH MORE THAN THE PRICE OF A NEW ONE. ALL HATS FOR $3 ARE NOTTHE SAME QUALITY. TRY ONE OF "OURS" ONCE. WE'VE JUST OPENED UP OUR NEW ONES. MY! HOW PRETTY THEY ARE! L. 1). Uennett, ,No Creek, re- .&fe?&5b. Hartford. Republican. KI'IIMV, SKI'TI'MISKIt I. turned last Saturday from a trip to Denver, Colorado Springs and other points in the west, prospecting for n location. He was accompalned Mr. J. S. Vertrees. his Mr. Hennett Is well pleased with the West and may mote there In the 1 son-in-la- CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. near future. Tinsley arrived Prof. Itaymcr Germany, Tuesday from Frloberg, uhero lie went a few weeks ago to pursue his studios In the German langunge. He wasforced to return brought on account of( conditions about by the European war. Ik had a lot of Interesting experiences on the return trip, which brought him through the war zone. Hartford, Kentucky. wMWMjaLgvMiJ. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lon Tweddell and Calhoun, are the guests of relatives In the city. u.aijitir, $ssssM$$$sss&Bs&9atfroros Mrs. It. IJ. Lee Sininierman and Our Feed Wins ,j Hrty cjra3 - -- sc-- wgfj? .. :?? J daughter, Miss Winnie, returned from Livennoro Saturday. In a gamo of base ball, ot Alexand family ander School lioiibc, last 'Saturday, .Mr. W II.. Ithodes Jiavo moved into the Koss dwelling Ernest Pattou a young man wKoUy-e- s vacated by Mr. John T. Moore. at Harnett's Creek was s'e.rtonily hurt by running Into Leo Cttofllff Mr. S. P. Itender, Oklahoma City, field a lly who Is the guest of relatives In town while both were trying to ball. Cundlff who lives nt Buford p.ild us a pleasant call, yesterday. . was slightly hurt but Pat ton susLook for the advertisement, on tained a fracture ot tho frontal Wo are skull bone. He was operated on by page eight of this paper. going to give you one drink freo. Drs. Ford and Zimmerman and sevMiss Johnson, who has been the eral small pieces of bono removed. guest of Mlhs Ilnttlo Glenn, has re- Ho Is now out of danger nnd will soon be entirely recovered. He says turned to her homo In Louisville. no more ball for him. and daughter Mrs. T. II. Illack returned from a visit to relatives at Itockport and Heaver Dam. luivu FORD'S a D RICE: a 1 by ". friends wherever It's used, because it's pure, wholesome and nourish- v a Ordinary Feed contains large percentage of dirt and foreign matter, which Is Injurious to mo health of animals. Uso our Food and your stock will bo strong and thrive. Our prices for Feed In prime condition uro low enough to please. ing. The Produce Merchant HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY Dr. E. II. Pendleton returned from Louisville Tuesday. Mr. It. "T. Collins went to Illinois Sunday, on business. Miss Hattlo Glenn has returned to school at Howling Green. Mrs. zTWayno Griffin returned from Louisville last Friday. Mrs. M. B. Harnard and children have returned from Central City. Wanted W.;E. ELLIS ers. Four School girl boardMRS. E. II. PBNPLKTON, , Mr. It. W. ed to seo us whllo in town yesterday. Mr. T. it. liarnard, cashier Island Deposit Dank, Island Stallon, was horo Wednesday Hov. I."W7 Nnpler has roturned from a fow das visit to Duwboii Wings for his health. ' Mr. wrKUIsTpro'irletor of Hie Ellis Produce Houso, was In Louisville on business u fow days this week. ' Hartford, Ky. Johnston, Narrows, call" Cheap It. It. ltnte. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, Ky., Sept. 1914. Round Trip Mrs. Orvlllo Hennett and sister, faro from Hartford, Hartford, Ky., Miss WIlllo Smith, arrived Sunday Sept. 12 to 19, to visit their father, Col. T. J. Smith. $3.5 dates of bale return limit Sept. 23. Miss Myrtle Park, who" has been II. E. MISCHKE, Agent. tho guest of Miss Gayle Tichenor, Notice Iny Your Taxes! has returned to her homo at Central I, or ono of my deputies will bo Grove. Hon. John J. Mcllenry, Louisville, at the precincts named below on tho was tho guest of his mother. Mrs. following dates to receive your tax: Tuesday, Sept. 8, ltoslne and ArJennie T. Mcllenry, Saturday and nold. Sunday. Wednesday, September 9, Horse Mr. M. Uean.manngpr Tor tho Ohio County Drug Co., was In Louisville Branch and Dundee. Thursday, Sopt. 10, Olaton. first of tho week, on business conSaturday, Sept. 12, Droadway, Mchis firm. nected with llenry and Taylor Mines. Mr. Glenn Tlnrnes "will leave for Monday, Sept. 14, Itockport. Klkton first of next week, where lie Tuesday, Sept. 15, Beaver Dam will conttnuo his studies at Vandcr-bl- lt and Ceralvo. Training School. Wednesday, Sept. 16, Smallhous. Mr. John T.Tlooro and family Thursday, Sopt. 17, Point Pleasmoved to Ellzabethtown, whero Mr. ant. Mooro becomes Secretary-Treasur- y Friday, Sept. 18, Centertown. for tho Hond Tie Company. Monday, Sept. 21. Ilcfltu. County "Court ClorFw7C. Mnnk-eushl- p Monday, Sept. 28, Buford and attended tho StateAssocliitlon Deanfleld. Tuesday, Sept, 29, Taffy nnd Herof County Court Clerks at Harrods-bur- g last week, returning homo Sat- bert. urday. Tho tax books for tho above dates Mrs. ErwTCooper, a'nddaughter, will not. bo nt Sheriff's offlco on Anna, who have been tho guests of dates mentioned. S. O. KEOWN, Sheriff, . relatives hero for soveral weeks, will loavo for their homo in N'ash-vlll- o Taxes Due For 1914. ells Wo have relved tho tax books an Hill, Mrs. Mattlngly,-Campbnow ruaHy to g've you a receipt. III., arrived Monday to he tho guest aro your ear parents, Mr. nud Mrs. Schap-mlr- Pleaso call at this cXflco at of her liest convonleuco mul sot'Jo. fiho was accompanied by Mr. S O. KEOWN, Nick Schapmlro. Sheriff Ohio Qp. J52tf. Mr. Davo Will" Llkensls dauger-,oubl- y III at his homo on Krwlorica street, of heart troublo. He has FOR FLETCHER'S been unconscious for soveral days and his recovery Is doubtful. 14-19, y. o. Mondell cited some of the runious effects of the change of the iugar duties, as follows: It has practically ruined tho Louis tana sugar industry. It has closed eight great beet- sugar factories. It, has rendered Idle $10,000,000 invested in these factories. Ifc It has prevented the starting up K rfc of four factories heretotoro built. no It has discouraged tho erection of connow factories which were In templation. It has compelled six or eight factories to reduce their price ot beets about CO cents a ton. It will throw thousands of experts nnd factory hands out of employment by tho closing of factories. It has derived American farmers of n market for half a million tons of beets. It has reduced the farmers' sugar beet market to the .extent of $11,000,000. ' It has resulted In a loss to rail way and other Industries of at least a million dollars by reason of res. duced demand for service and r SU? U aJ HL- -4 Jf Saturday, Aug. 1. ' Rnaristfir . nnrinfy wet. luu.n.g f'oi-- - $440.00 .vvOr vriumill r m F. O. B. DETROIT. s New Car Load in Stock J mam son vi ne. MM at Buy Yourself a Ford at 1915 Prices BARNES AUTOMOBILE CO. ' sup-pile- (INCORPORATED.) Cliiiaren Cry$ CASTO RIA It has reduced the revenues of the Government over $8,640,000. Only the Sugar Trust Is Ilcucfited. Over against these disastrous effects it Is Impossible to set any compensating benefits to the public nt largo. Sugar !b not cheaper; It is higher. No Industry has taken or will by operation of the Tariff, take or the place of those destroyed crippled. No now pmployment has been or will be furnished under the Underwood bill to those who have lost; or will lose their employment In field and factory. Out of this loss and ruin but ono interest has benefited the Sugar Trust. Tho reduction of the duty has added over to their profit. They have absorbed all that tho Federal Government has lost In revenue. All this, lot It bo remembered, relates to the period antedating Augiibt 1 to the effect of Democratla Tariff legslatou before tho outbreak of the war In Europe, commend theso facts to tho defenders nnd opologlsts Tariff bill. for tho Democratic J Such gentlemen will no doubt ask the farmers and tho Investors In sugar industries to console them- - CENTRAL CITY, KY. Q$QQGQQQQQQQQQQQGQ&SQG9QQ selves with tho fact that tho trust the said last day of December next, shall be Imported in ships or vessels is doing well. not of the United States. ' Why Not Now, 11)14? This was the plan adopted by the How many of those who aro dis- Fathers of tho Republic. It resultposed to rush poll mell into tho ed In tho creation of an adequate merchant marine and iu giving to doubtful possibly dangerous experi American ships 93 per cent ot over- merment of procuring an American sea American commerce. chant marine by tho governmental Why not now, 1914, as well as purchase ot tho Idle steamships of Augufat 10, 1790? countries Involved In tho European A TK.YAS WOiNIM'I. war romember or can even quoto tho purport of Section 2 of tho act pass Tho Texas Wonder cures kidney an ed by the First Congress of the Unit bladder troubles, dissohes gravel, ed States, August 10, 1790? This cures dltbotes, Weak tnd lamo backs, section, relating to th'o extension to rheumatism, nnd all Irregularities of of tho Tariff tho kldnos and bladder Ju both men' American shipping Protection embodied in tho law of and women. Kegulatcs bladder troubles In children . not bold by jour July 4, 17S9, Is as follows: Section 2. And bo It further en- druggist, will stnd b mall on reacted. That an addition of ten per ceipt of $1.00. Ono small bottlo la centum shall bo made to tho beveral two mouths' treatment, nnd Boldoiu rates of duties above specified and fulls to perfect a cure. Send for tea- Imposed, In respect to all goods, llmoutals from this and Other states. wures and merchandise, which, after Dr. K. V. Hall, 292G Olho Streot, St. . . . fc. . UNITED STATES TO END WAR ' Believe Roosevelt Might Have Prevented It. Lexington Girls Tell of Harrowing Experiences On Continent. Lexington, Ky., Aug. 2S. German people are looking to the United States to end the European war, nnd it Is the opinion of Teutons that tho conflict would hnvc been averted had Theodore rtosevelt hcen President of this country at the time the trouble was brewing, declared Leo Loeb, X.exlngtonInn, who arrived here tonight from Berlin. "I was In a German club In Frankfort the night the news of the Kaiser's declaration of war on Russia was received," said Mr. Leob, "and it was the opinion of practically all prominent members of the club, who are representative of the best element of the city's population, that a strong hand on this side of the water could have averted the conflict. Theodore Roosevelt Is the mnu who could have done this, think Ger- not yet been recognized in its rela tion to a remedy which rests with the mothers of France. Tho conservation of Infants, upon which the Integrity of population depends more than upon the birth rate, must become a subect of more study nmong and statesmen of the physicians France. Thnt the often bewildering figures of statisticians may bo read with profit Is illustrated by comparison of the general nnd Infant mortality of France with that of Norway, which shows the next lowest birth rate. These ratios are to the thousand of population In Franco: lllrth rate, 20; general, death rate, 19; infant mortality, 143. In Norway they nre: nirth rale, 2G; general death rate, 14, and Infant mortality, 70. Since it is evident that the Norwegian mother saves twice as many of her Infants as the French mother he latter baa It In her power to help her country enormously In this dire distress. By emulating Norwegian mothers about GG.000 Infants might be added annually to the population of France who under Imperfect management now fill untimely held to account In history for the conduct of his men In the field. If ho does not wish to see his brllllnht overshadowed tho attainments written record, and his purpose obscured, ho should not allow such outraged to occur In the future and should bring to book the oltlcors responsible for this occurrence. Directory Professional Coty Oliio HOTEL P0WMIAN .WASHINGTON, D.C. XOFAMERGANl In a cltr where good hotilt abound, tb Powhatan held the list. countrymen. Circuit Court T. F. nirkhca.-d-, iJudgc; Hon D. Hlngo, Attorney: W. Law Attorney 1. Mldklff, Jailer; E. O. Barrow, Clerk; K. E. Writ head, Master Com- IIAItTFOHD, KT. m ss oner: It. T. Collins. Trusttc ' Jury Fund; S. O. Kconii, Sheriff, Will practice htB urufctuuui In 1V Deputies S. A. Unitcher; antl adjoining counties. ConunoreW Hartford. Otto C. Martin at mans." Mr. Loeb Is the brother of Gus Loeb and spent the early portion of the summer in various cities on the contlnet. Other Lexingtonians who arrived from the war zone in this city y are, Miss Clara Cochran, music teacher, and Miss Llla D. Smith, daughter of Postmaster Wilbur R. Smith. They recount harrowing experiences and hardships while .on the continent and in London. Miss Cochran, discussing their reto-da- turn trip, said; "Our ship, the Maine, sailed on July 30 and reached Dover the next day, but was not allowed to land its passengers, war being declared while we were at sea. The passeng- after-jwerd, ers knew nothing of the reasons for by actual demonstration at Heidelu4 TuiDr.Miniii cTOmDtty obtained In nit countries or no fee. obtain r?ATC N TS putting back until some time berg. New York Sun. THAT PAY. adTertlae tjisiu tliorotujEy, at our and the ship entered Flushing eipenM, andelp jou to succMa. v tend irodel. photo srakttcb for PftCC npori Harbor, in Holland. This being a OI.ATOX. o patentability. M ytvtf pmctlca, SURTris-lePASSING RCrCP.CHrCCS. Forfm Gold Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Allen, of neutral country, the Maine was safe Boole on nre(ltt!! raonts write to were visiting at Olaton and from capture, but the captain of the WASHINGTON. D. C. veeeel kept the whole shipload prac- Vine hill, Saturday and Sunday. tically prisoners for twelve days, Mr. Geames W. Hall and Arch allowing only some of the members Mitchell have moved to Vlnehlll. Of tbe crew to depart to join the Mrs. Mercedes Canan Duncan, of German army. Barretts Ferry, visited her parents, We passengers were not allowed to J. B. Canan and family and attendland or have any communication ed the funeral of Mr. Jim Tom Fewlth shore and no supplies were fur- lix, at Olaton cmetery Saturday. Jesse Daniel came up recently nished the ship from the town, not even fresh water. We were put on from Dyersburg, Tenn., to visit his flhort rations and the amount of wa- brother, C. R. Daniel. Rev. Wilbert E. Hall, of Irving-to- Courier-Journ- al ter allowed each person was limited. Ky., was the guest of Clement By reason of the departure of stewmembers of the S. Moxley Friday and Saturday while ards- and other Mammoth crew we had to take care of our here from Brownsville, own staterooms, and the women Cave, and Stockholm from a twelve-da- y evangelistic tour. passengers took turns in waiting on We are to be given revival serthe tables. cabins the vices soon at the Baptist and Methok "In the, second-clas- s pasengers were left almost to shift dist churches. Olaton needs the Gosfor themselves, and were obliged to pel preached and practiced. Some wash their own dishes and wait up- true Christian souls live here, but Courier-Journ- al on themselves generally. We Am- the fighting and drunkenness that ericans finally got a message to Am- Is so prevalent of late, has almost bassador Page In London, who in- blighted her good name. The enstructed the American Consul at forcement of the law regardless of Flushing to relieve us from our em- Individuals and earnest prayer ought to erase much of the charges against barrassing situation. r, 03-sB- Don't Let KgK Spoil. In the current Issuo of Farm and Fireside appears the following comment on the summer spollngo of eggs: "Why work and worry raising chicks feed them nil winter, nnd then let half the eggs spoil during Last year tho hot summer months? In the warmer portions of the country almost half the eggs leaving tho farm were unfit for food. This was In addition to the largo item of the eggs lost nnd spoiled outright by the hens laying in the weeds and grass and In Inaccessible places. "Chanticleer Is responsible for a large per cent of this loss. Fertile eggs begin to Incubate nt once In hot weather, nnd the loss in spoiled eggs can be reduced nt least 75 per cent by promptly getting rid of graves. That the survival of children Is the roosters ns soon as hatching the chief reason for decreased gen- eggs are no longer wanted." eral mortality Is a recognized fact. A Frenchman, Pasteur, discovered the bacterium lactls as the cause of the souring of milk. A German, Soxhlet, who deserves as great a Tho most economical, cleansing and germicidal of all antiseptics Is fame, discovered that these bacteria many fatnl disare the true cause of eases among Infants. Sterilization of milk, devised by Soxhlet, was long disregarded by prejudiced French physicians, nnd they have not yet A soluble Antiseptic Powder to fully grasped the vital Import of be dissolved in water as needed. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches breast feeding and pasteurization in the saving of infants and neutraliz- In treating catarrh, inflammation or ulceration of nose, throat, nnd that ing to a large extent the depopula by feminine Ills it has no equal. couutry. caused years tion that threatens their For ten th Lydla E. Plnkhara This Is evident from the dispropor- Medicine Co. has recommended Paxtlne. tionately large Infant mortality. in tneir private correspondence with The relation of Pasteur and Soxh- women, which proves its superiority. let to the rescue of infant life is an- Women who have been cured say alogous to that of Franklin and it is "worth its weight in gold." At druggists. 50c. large box, or by Morse to telegraphy. This fact Illus- The Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, mall. Mass. trates the interdependence of all peoples, and consequtntly the fra tricidal character of the present war. France will need a Nathan Straus to teach Its mothers how to save their babies, as he taught the Germans It . It fitit la tit beam ot tti SPECIAL TO WOMEN The Towhatan is refined, ex elusive, and restful. Its excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and II Streets, makes it a desirable headquarters (or bridal, couples, tourist parties, conventions, Schools anJ colleges. , The Powhatan attracts .the people o( culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Kavr Departments, alio to many points of interest, historical makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating public. The Powhatan offers room with detached bath at $1.50, $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, $2.50, $3.00 and up. "Write for booklet with map, CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Alanager. County Court-Jo- hn Wilson, H. Judge; XV. t UlanhciiHhlp, Clerk; HARTFORD, KY. C. U. Smith. Atloi'iu-v- . Hartford. . Ji',S n i. fjn tlnli.lml I. ...trill 1 IXmxa. W. II. Uurmii and C. B. montli Quarterly Court Begins on the Smith aniiounoo that tiit-- luivo farm- first .Monday in every month. 'a iMruivrtuVsp fir uliu Hoiierol irac- Court of Calnis-Coiivfirst, vor of Kw ' xc. ,,t 0IlLn)i1Kl.i an, Tuesday In January nnd f rat Tumi- .Cisco, Mr. Smith bulus Comity Attor- dny in October. Is provoti'od frtwn pradjloliiR sucW Other County Officers C. 8. Mo-!- y ley, Surveyor, , Fortlsvlllc, Ky., It. icciw. Mr. Bonn.; will individually F. D. No. :; Tom .linen. Assessor, :im.ja FUch practice Offluu 'In Olaton, Ky.; Oznn Shuts, Superln-i- ,, building, lhvrt- HUey, Hartford tomlont. Hartford: Dr. A. II. Coroner, Hartford: T. II. Benton, to'd. K" ltottd fciiglneer, Hartford. I ciica ' ,ivo Monday in February and continues inrce wcoks; mint .Monday in Airu, two wcehs; third Montla) In October, wceiiS. 0 o..I4.U. DclT Y GS 66 01111111 Attorneys at' Law -- - JUSTICES' COUITS. 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Tlchetoor, after lird Centcrtown, Monday In each Sat-urd- i Cleaned Pressed Svnth mi atrt,' Daily n, $6 a Year Sunday $2 u a Year Children Cry FLETCHER'S . OASTO R A FOR I - her. The telephone came and Is being used to advantage, and one day the little town may be quietness. Why not employ a marshal? May the revivals result well. (4, mm, , Bui'iiliiK REAL NEWSPAPERS Question of Future Population In Km lire. jpifr Whatever the tiutcoiile of the European wur the slaughter will greatly diminish the population, present and prospective, of the contending nations. France, however, will stand In sad promnlcnce by reason of tier well known steadily diminishing birth rate In the prospect of replenishing her defensive forces. Sad as has been the decrease in the past, it is far worse In the last three years. With the exception of 1911 the birth rate of 1913 was the lowest ever recorded in any country. The unfortunate result becomes painfully evident In a comparison of the ratio of living Infants, who in 1913 numbered 188 In each 10,000 Inhabitants, while 190C the number was 205. The vital statistics of all countries show a diminishing birth rate, but tbe decrease Is more pronounced In France because the excess of births over deaths is from seven to ten times smaller than in other countries. This ratio is 105 in Austria, 127 in Germany and 158 in Holland, while in France tho excess was only 15 in 1912 and 10 in 1913. There were in Franco 10,000 fewer marriages in 1913 than during tbe preceding year, and the divorces have doubled in 13 years. The import of these figures has f I.ouvalu. It was expected when tho war began that vandlllsm would not be a part of It. There Is, nowadays.rare-l- y any military necessity for wrecking cities not engaged In defense. when In the period of walled cities every town was a fort It was often necessary to ply destruction In the wake of conquest as one of the arts of war. Much of what has been called by moderns the vandalism of the middle ages was In a measure merely destruction for military purposes. which The burning of Louvatn, serves no defensible and seems to have been a wanton act, is a crime against civilization. It was popularly believed that nothing of the kind would occur in this war. When the war Is brought to an end the losing sldo will be made to pay enormous Indemnities, in territory and money, no doubt. But neither territory nor money can repay such a loss as that of Louvaln with its examples of Gothic architecture, which in a sense the property of civilization. It matters not why Louvain was burning provided the Germans are unable to show proof of actual necessity for its deduction the world, and not merely stricken Belgium or the Allies, has a right to protest. The Emperor of Germany, as commander-ln-cb'ie- f of the 'German forces, Vill be r Best National News Best State News Best Local News Best Market Reports Best Foreign News Best Political News Best of Everything' Best for Everybody Are you interested in what is taking place Iday by day all over the world? If you are you NEED TUB COURIER-JOUN'RAL. is an aeent in your town give him a trial order one month-Da- lly CO cents, with Sunday 75 cents. If thero Is no agent In your town give your order to tho paper in appears which this advertisement (you may eat a special clubbing rate), or send the order direct to the Courier-Journa- l. has WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L been discontinued, but FARM AND FAMILY, a most excellent Illustrated monthly magazine, is a worthy successor. 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Uedrlck, Secretory Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. XV. meats every second and fourth SatTom ?!. urday nights In each month. W. C. MOCURSD AMD DtCNDtD. Williams, Council Commander; to obuia Mtum. trula 2I if.TAi haw IoripersiTnMi"rijr. . wa... m.iw i. Wallace, Clerk. rniiuusa copyright etc. N Alt COUHtHlCS." Cebrate4 for style, perfect At, simplicity an Sunshlno Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., Butliust Jirrelvltk n'eubi'glo taif (Iff. reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly every ly and town In the United States and meets every first and third Friday menif anJ ojltn tutfattiu. Canada, or by mail direct. More sold than PiW tntf InfrlncsmiWt tattla ExtlMtaty. nights In each mouth. Mrs. Attyo Writ ap mnu tauilt any other make. Stmt Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. II. McCAIATS MAGAZINE tor tree catalogue U Slfktk Sims, bmt ValStt lUMs iPkSJkt OSt. E. Mischkc, Lady Record Keeper. WASWNttTON. D.C Mora subscriber! than any othei fashlea KeyBtono Chapter No. 110, R. A. rrursilrn million a month. Inaluable. Lat. est styles. 'patterns, drrssmaklnir, millinery, M., meets every thlrVl Saturday night plain sewing, fancy needlework, ITalrdressint:, In each month, John T. Moore High etiquette, Rood stories, etc. Only-Scents jear (worth double), Including a free pattern. l'rlest; XV. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. ww"wi "" " rnn lur sample copy. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. WONBEBFUL INDUCEMENTS State Officers President, J. 11. to Agents. Postal brings Princeton, Ky.; Vlco Presi- I andncwcashprlzeeflcra. premium catalogue Address dent, J, II. Durney, Muhlenberg Co.; MtfcaUrWtoMW,f7umWYMU Secretary & Treas.. S. B. Roberts6n, Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. H. Bal- MKUHi mmvKemi maln. Hartford. Ky. Members State Executive Boar- d. A. trltf aHJ X.. Ben Watson, Webster county; J. W. O uka tou oar MrauMDt cuMosmiv ami CURE LUNGS Dunn. Daviess county; Hctary Plrtle, rTliC(WtetlMffnH3fflg Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin coun ' warren county. ty; C. G. Davenportt, Jualu kll PMCA. AKANTC i Btev Ohio County Officers s. -4yt Ml Tf 'IhlM Henry Plrtle, Sec- 'ens, President; --I rotary; S. E. Dennett, Treasurer. jjvrvArir r, Repairing and Dye- ing neatly done. i Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. after I'd after 'd after 3d day after W, month. Wlnson Smith, .Monday in .March, Ttutsduy -.Monday in .May, Tuesday Will practice Uit',r profession Ju .Monday In August, Tues- and djolulng counties. Collections. I'd .Monday In November. Commercial nnd Criminal Practice ft S. Wod-- I Dean, Dundee, Select, Tuosdny STRATT0N & MARTIN Attorneys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. PREPARED W. H. RILEY Hartford. raff run-dow- n WILL TAKE OUR Collier.'s Collins in Clubs First Time tta FREE .T Electric Bitters V-- g. IoVa )yZaJv u niSr H ISlri r SEEDS Fecial off ci nti ss COUCH KILL.thi u ""Dr.Kirti't I U m tn i.mrsiM m IMOTMtifl IMWMIMOT !! MM i7lMiiMi. itiksBatfraiiaii ! Goilrier-Joiirn- al Company iK.W.1 -- m,HL i J Incorporated LOUISVILLE, HY. , Osna Sbults, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsvllle. Ky. '3. Ira BoJartb, Olaton, Ky. 4. H. O. Autry, BaUotown, Ky. 5. E. G. Austin, Prentiss. 6. J. L. Brown, Stockport, Ky. (JUUIWX 11UAHU U( BUUlAllWi Niw Discsvuv NrCflBP JSBt MnklltmOklkHO LUM TMHWLEt. ii OTAKAITXKED fiLsVriaFAOXOJftxf "V1 OUKTWMDKB, H THE BIGGEST PART Children Cry for FUtchtr's Foreign-Competitio- OFJGRICULTURE Is That Fart Which Relates to in the American Market TIio Kind Yon Hnvo Always Bought, nnd which has been in uso for over SO years, has homo tho H.fjrmti.ro of. nnd has been nmdo under his Sj(7 Bnal supervision since Us infancy. TiwT' T7rV A11w no ono to deceive you lit this. Counterfeits, Imitations txpcrlinents time trifle with and "endanger the " nre but nnd hclth o Jufunts una Children Uxperlenco against Experiment .Tttst-as-gnoa e hear orators tell, 'in alt solemnity, that farmers aro never benefited by Protective Tariffs, because agricultural product!) sell according to It is tho season now to Free-Trad- I Itartnlrss snbstltuto for Castor Oil, Pare-Korl- c, Drops and Southing Syrups. It is pleasant. 16 contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Js'arcotio ftubMtuiirc. Its iiko is its guarantee. It destroys "Vorni3 and allays levcrishncss. For more than thirty years it lias been in constant uso for the relief of Constipation,, I latiiloncy, "Wind Colle, atl Teething Troubles and Diarrhcua. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, iirmiU1!!4;s tl10 F,,,Ml Klv,"fT and natural Ihe Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. sleep. lu-alth- y Cawtorla is What is CASTORIA u GENUINE yfacars the CASTORIA Signature of ALWAYS The Kind You Dave Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THt CCRTAUN COMPANY. TT MUNRAT STRICT. ftCW YORK CITY. Starck Pianos u H iaAdvance Satiafao tloa Gnai No Money aatced Lo vrrat Net Terma Fa ot or y Priooa Saving of SlOU to Eaiicit A S2 0OFacFrom tory Direct P A. STARCH CflESIOtNT Wo will slili jou a beautiful Starck I'lano for 30 days' free trial. In your homo. ?o cukIi !aincnt required. All we ask In that you will play uiKin. uso nnd test thl- - piano for 30 If. nt the rnt! of that time, you do not And it the litKiieit Kradp, nwectvat toned and finest t'lano In every way, that you have ever Been for the money, you aro ul perfect liberty to end It back, and wo will. In that ecnt, mi" the freight both ways. This Starck I'lano must make good with you, . an J 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL In ID K? iiia IIIUU n ami A alii JXAIV, Sav. $l50.00'.r Mir. Easy Payments Tou pay no cash down, but after 30 days of trial, you can begin payment on the Iow est, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms aro arranged to suit your con vcnli nee. and it li possible for you to buy a pinno fjr your Iwme, without -- , inliiirs th money. We fhlp illritt to joii from our factory, it priori that rate you uparus of $150.00 in tin roil of your piano. We guaranlre to furnish you a tirttrr piano for the mony than )ou ran rj; ceurp rlwvrhrre. You are unmirrd of a aitiifactory toned durable high grail piano. iwt r Errrv Btarrk Piano U aniarantml for IS ran. Thlt guarant !m !WHt ot It our Si year ot plan experience, and tbe reputation of an roponslblc piano hwav. 2nd-Ha- ni lareilni aiaron Playtr-Ha- We liave constantly on han4 Urge number of slightly used and second ban ptanoa ot aH atandani nuket taken In chanjre for new Starck Pianos 50 Frit Mill Limms To every purchaser of Starck i'laiua, we give free music lessons. In one ot the beat known school! in C&lcaeo. Theae leuona you ran take In your own home, by null. This rrpreaenta ooe year') free Inatruction. ; Tin ire a tzw sample bargains: Weber $110.00 Stelnway 92.00 Chickering 90.09 Kimball 99.00 Starck 199.00 and I'layer-Plano- follow-Ins- Starck Player-l'lano- i art) the and most hiutf fut Player PI inn on too market. You will be with the many exclusive features of theas) wonderful instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prices at which iney can be secured. i.t Send for our latest complete second band bargain list P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. S,ml indav fnp mi- - nM, lieautlfully iilustrated piano took which (lies you large amount of Information regarding pianos. This book will Interest and please you. Write today. Plana Itab Fraa 1313 Starck Bids., CHICAGO SECOND NO. 1114 THIRD NO. 12036 If you hold chance No. 5257 (.end It to us at once ami get tho Free Barrel of "OM QUALITY" Oil $0.1,00 IV CASH. If you hold 2nd or 3rd Xumucr.s send them to us nnd you See njjree- will net tho prUo If the winner full .to claim it. iiient printed on tho chances. ItHMKM.tT:.., o ship direct to Kentucky points Cash Cou- pons, to tho vitluo of H per cent of the order, shipped with all mail orders. Ik 4t44t4 NO. 5257 WINS 1 T J f P. R. LBNGRSTER 'OH) QUALITY", CO,, - OwensboroKu. "I'llEMIKK PUItE" f J "world prices fixed in Liverpool." But how about American markets for farm products today with millions of bushedls of corn and other grain, hundreds of tons of meat, and shiploads of egg3 coming here from rival countries? Do they not depress our prices? Would not that depression be prevented if we had a Protective Tariff on those items which would give our home markets to our home producers? Do consumers benefit by any reduction in retail cost of living? Not a pennyl Cost of living is higher than ever before, yet 3,000,000 of our workingmen are out of Jobs, out of wages, out of means to buy food, and are living on part rations. They are hungry, while the demand for our foodstuffs Is reduced, partly because they cannot buy, and because they are hungry. to say It is trite for that "farm papers should not discuss politics." But agricultural markets are the biggest end of farming. If we must not discuss marketing of farm products, which constitutes 55 per cent, of the farming, then what folly to discuss sowing and reaping, which constitutes only 45 per cent. The Northwestern Agriculturalist is sometimes told to "keep out of politics," but when it keeps out of agricultural politics (not candidates but principles) then let its subscribers say It has lost its interest In their prosperity, and in the very prosperity ot the nation, for prosperity comes up from the ground and its shadow reaches from the farm to the ends of the earth. We do not criticise men for differing from our arguments, but we do object to being told it is not our proper function to discuss anything but seeding. There are many papers whose conception of their own horizons Is limited to 45 per cent of the whole subject; that of Tho Northwestern Agriculturist includes not only the 45" per cent (which means crop productions), but also the other 55 per cent, which, according to ot Agriculture, the Department measures tho spread between tho price the consumer pays and what the farmer gets. For every dollar the city man spends tor food the producer ot that food actually gets only 45. cents, while tho cost of carrying and marketing the food Is 55 cents. Free- Trade does not slice off one cent from that dollar, but it does enable the market to increase its own 55 cents to 60 or 65 cents by buying corn in South America, and wheat and oats in Canada, and meat In Australia, and eggs in China, at an average of 10 per cent less than in the United States. What is that? It means that the dollar Is still spent by the consumer (if he eats full meals), but the market gets the 65 cetits instead of 55. Deduct that 65 cents from that dollar and It leaves only 35 cents to the Amer ican producer. Then shall the subect of "agricultural politics" bo taboo in a farm paper? Shall we teach our readers only how to go on producing, or shall wo "swat the He" that production of crops Is all there Is to farming? .. DUzy? IHllous? "Constipated? Dr. King's Now Life Pills will euro you, causo a healthy flow of Dllo and rids your Stomach and Bowels of waste and fermenting body poisons. They aro a tonle to your Stomach and LIvor and touo the general system. First dose will cure you of that depressed, dizzy, bilious and constipated condition. 25c. all Drugflsts. , Free-Traders It would bo Just as appropriate as tho reproduction of a clinic. The governments of the countries now Involved acted wisely. .The battlefield U no place for tho moving picture man, Tho moblllaztlon of troops and tho movement of tho nrmy, not actively engaged in bat tle, aro entirely permissible, and such scenes havo not been denied the moving picture man. There Is a morbid streak In most men and women of today. It Is covered over with a polite veneer, but It Is there Just the same. It may be Inherited from our ancestors of tho stone age. Deny It we do, but from time to tlmo Incidents occur that show that It still remains a hidden Instinct. Any event of a tragic naturo attracts attention of the public for days at a time. No doubt the reproduction of the battles of Europe, or parts of them, would be eagerly viewed, and the horror would appeal to many because of this very hidden instinct. The moving picture man can not be blamed for his desire to satisfy the unrest of the public but wise men know that such pictures would not de. Healthy minds shudder at the thought of such frightful scenes of carnage. The war seems to have been necessary, but the scenes 'of this war can be described later. It Is not necessary to. bring before innocent eyes the tragedies which are being every day enacted. The public may cry for tho moon and. never get It. The public can not have everything it wishes. Film makers should realize this. There must be a halt called somewhere, and It Is a practical and' prudent order the powers have issued. The stage of European battle is 1io place for the moving picture man. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Few Tears el Dwcowagiag Hasbaad I had CeatlitioM, Mrs. BaOeck Gave Up and I gotten so weak f could not stand, gave up in despair. a Despair. Case to Rescae. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it. From the very fir dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without ite Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up In despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, ihe woman'stonic. It lias helped only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist haa sold Cardui for years. He knows whaf in my left side. this time, I could The doctor was called In, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recom ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: Chattanooga Meilclne Co.. Ladlea soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Advisory .Dept., Chattanooga. Tenn.. for Special Instructions on your case an J book. Horse Treatment far Wemea." sent in aUin wrapper. J4a JAMES & CO., Pirst Class aU.veryrr.eti Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, CASTORIA The Purchase Farmer. Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Luther Burbank, the "plant ..$1.35 The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.76 Reptblican and St. Louis raspberry, originated In Jackson The county is now holding 1.60 the The Republican and Home and Farm attention of raspberry growets all Inquirer 1.75 tt.i the count")-- It produri'3 a The Republican and continuous crop o V'rrtes, 3.B0 Riif. .nsclous, fr. J urns 10 mu; h. The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald..., mrv: Pored th'oir htm 3.59 The jkepublicatj ana .uany u wens Doro inquirer and niio'.it it. M.-k O'boro Messenger 1.76 CiHiidall still is .n'tmrlrg insp The Republican and berries 'from his ten acre fant-- on L75 the road, one The Republican and Kentucky Farmer mile south of Independence. He Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.,. 1.30' other kind of berries too, and will The tell you, "these plants came from The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1.60 Burbank's California fields," "these came tho Par North and the East" The Republican and Weekly Inier Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Globe-Democrat wizard," hasn't anything on A. B. Crandall, a Jackson county horticulturist and something of a "plant wizard" himself, when It comes to producing rare varltles of everbearing red and black raspberries The Crandall everbearing red OUR CLUBBING RATES, .a ' . Twice-a-WeekOwensb- t'-- Ih-- gt. 1 rasp-n.-trt- es forgo?"..-1"- ! Twice-a-Wee- , Independence-Raytow- n lia-- i and "these from the South." He has strawberries from which he soon will begin harvesting the second crop. He has berries and cream on his table from June to frost, fresh and well flavored, right from the gardens. He has blackberries now bearing after others are marketed and gone. He has a black raspberry which is almost seedless. It has seeds only In the crown, and they are no more troble-som- e In the mouth than a strawberry seed. Mr. Crandall has struggled to produce berries which are ready to gather before others are thinking of putttng their products on the market. Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. WHY NOT MAKE $200. A MONTH ' -- That's , i S50.00 a W well-to-d- o k, almost 310.? flre-pro- a Day "OLD W. B. 8TO.VE" r OVER 6S YEARS' EXPERIENCE' jcjjnjra Tfwot Marks K A n rona aendin a state b and .""JP"8" 'qilicair arvniu our uiu'iiwm f.w tomsautilcft- lofomlon japnbnblrpaUMitablaLC uoaa riciir toi" luminal. rNtwvww " raceou cent froav Oldest suoney for ecuTHiaMMiteiJta. !, ,hAH nUiulkf, without coarse, lutli nnavaiOHTl An. QtaiONS r.. SckNtfflc rAswAasMB)aw4inBi flunriciit. wir. vrw9mwrw tefifKatdHit In Seuich of Hcnhutlons. one-ha- lf Tho moving picture man, over ac- feet In circumference. Madi- tlvo and over alert, always peering Into the future in .search ot sensa- sonville Hustler. aaaaai tion has been Ilheumatisui ruins Stopped. barred from the IW tUatHrVS BULBS SUCCEED. scenes of battlo in the European The first application of Sloan's BmBaaar.rmiva i.iamL. uppch" 4 aaaaLaai - sssajsjv ' Buckbet'a "Full ot Life' Korthem Grow Liniment goes right to tho painful Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation ol sjiyeariat fields of war. 1.7 trUlw!llmSouWtra"fnt'ou.'W Successful seed growing behind them. It pays it The moving picture, man has long part It penetrates without rubbing BBF tomar. BatUlaatloa guaranteed of jour B1 V lant tho beat. Seasonable Specialties: It stops the anticipated Just such' a tragedy aB Ithoumutlc Pains M S raalr CUarii5t, M BEANa the ono being enacted in he old around the joints and gives relief BJ.utk,triMS.u,Uk.arM btt,aUkniMk.aj Earliest Red Valentine , . Jjo Bushel Refugee Eatra Early . Bushel Jj.jj world. No doubt a moving picture and comfort. Don't suffer! Get u Maw Stringlesa Green Pod . $i 70 Bushel rjUatTTiUKUuiav rout, laMk t4 Mk Ujnnm. Wardwell' Imp. Kidney Wax u yt Bushel taken ot tbo war now being waged bottle It Is a family mediDavis New White Wax . . tl.JK Bushel MtmtUmtiilt PmmtW would prove of tho greatest historic cine for all pains, hurts, bruises, sVraaS0ay Cutrie'a Rust stool Was H.jo Bushel PBAB . ggsg3jy5auNTy ..IWIfai m I valuo. It would tell more accurate- cuts, sore throat, neuralgia and I U . Extra Early Alaska !' mtU j 50 Bushel lim l1.s.aH."tN liiaamirf. muxi... New Karly Gradus . ly than the pen ot man theroal In- chest pains. Prevents infection. Mr. m .( am rnii.ll. . w ni M MliavMlWiM M Is so Bushel BMUIMSa4.aaiku4ltM.lMk. tioreford'a Market Garden . Jj jo Bushel ,.ifeiifM4i,ia!MM4rba, cidents ot tho struggle, Such a pic- Chas. H. Wentworth, California, BMiaBaaaaaaafaaiaaTai'siw.wii.MwMfti auM ava Buckbee'a Lightning ExpreMgm Bushel ie I tW lUetuca, u.iuubW aal aisau' Toawto and a lull Use ol ture of carnage, however, would not writes: "It did wonders for my Sleds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing pricta. Send for complete catalogue or submit a list at bo for mortal eyes to see. The agi Rheumatism, pain Is gone as soon as aali1ta giatA IsaaMOat at. " .BB your requirements and wUTquote pneeav BMBBT aatmraw, iu,r BBJ onjzed expression on the facespf tho I apply It. I rcommended It to my Buy direct bom the grower Save Money. Write today. Mention this paper, dying, the scenes ot carnage, tho friends as the best Liniment I ever brutal sacrifice of human life would used." Guaranteed . 2Cc. at your be revolt Ins If pictured on a screen. Druggist. aMilsK.ie.il., water Seri Pear Tree 100 Years Old. Elder George Swann, Christian preacher, who is holding a meeting at the Moss Hill church, near Morton's Gap, sends us an Interesting Item about a pear treo on the farm of Mr. Henry Whitfield. This pear treo has been bearing for more than ono hundred years, and this year It has some healthy fruit on It. Elder Swann tolls us that ho ate some of thn fruit and that It was excellent. Mr. Whitfield lives on route No. 5, and the old pear tree stands about fifty yards from his house and very near the road. It formerly consisted of three forkp, but one of these has fallen. At the base ot the three forks it measures twelve and f armers.all ot whom realize the need one. Salesmen declare oar proposition one ot opportunithe best, clean-cu- t ties ever received. Without previous experience YOU can duplicate the suocess otot&ers. catalog Our handsomely lllmtrated will enable you t present the subject tg cn- turner iu aa iiiieresmiar a zuauurrfla tnousn you were piloting them through our factory. Melt appointed A3 ' convincing talUug point which, it Is impossible tor a prospective customer to deny. Wbl don't YOU be the flrstf to apply from yuUf Vicinity before someone else gets (he territory! .We can favox only one salesman out of each locality. The 25th anniversary Of Otlf company was celebrated bV erecting the most modern aafe factory In the world. Wide awake men who received our special selling Inducement, : d:sU rrsTcd 1 1 necessary mnajba or output. We are many thousands of dollars ea lareinirour sales onranliatlof) but to learn all particulars, wlllcoxt you only the prlca m postal card. Ask for Cataloguo 16T. Belling Victor Safea and boxes to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and monsy-makln- aaaaaaafc . Hitir .a i, n ota safe, but do not know now easy It la to own e w - THE VICTOR BaaasaaaaaaaaarwreLjafcastv Jiryy lgajpr t yywiraaasapaaaaal 20,000 Sales O Annually. SAFE & LOCK GO. at Our New Hornet Capaolty CmCIKNlTt, 0HI1 SEEDS ... nu arssracaa aprsaapjaaH Ladies! Sve Moicy W - j ai 4 Kmp kf Style by Reading McCaU'i ,- - aiiae and Using McCall PatterM laaaaaaaa Maa i KcCaa's '122l to-da- M mwrsstCaft B-VW, J H. W. BUCKBEE licln you Urcs ttrl-Uhl- y at a imKtCT.ua cxpenso by kaupluil you pottiod on Ihi Ulett laaliJout. in clulbai and bats. CJ Bf Kcw I'asblou Dclctu Iu each lssno. AImj i laltiablo lurormatlon vu all homo uuU vet'' ' TL Ooly tonal tuaitiiii. V too a year Including a a fn-- o pattern, .bubr scribe todcy leHUhJ ." IliWI" atjBJaMaWBTaTBTalasl for bee aaiiipkt eos.r McCall falUioi will enable you to make In your own liuiuo, wlUiyuifrortii InaiN ilotblnsfof lourwlf apd cliildinii w tilth will booesfocl In sijle anil fit rriwuona lil.ilicr tUala eeuts Send for free ratturu Catalogue, i Wa Will Cm Th Fim Pntnta for atttlnc. scrlplions anions ur mends. Knfir.t,u rremluin CjIuIojJo and Cash Frit Oflar. MACAU'S MAGAZINE . Magasla.Klll aSTF ' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB ne swai cwafm. z bin w m atr mk IS LIVING IN A FOOL'S PARADISE The Man Who Thinks Big. Crops "Arc. Going' to Free-Trad- Make Good Our Losses. e Vll ' A German aviator has appeared over Paris and was engaged on Sunday in dropping bombs In a populous section of tho city. Several of the bombs failed to explode, accordLine Up FlrM Game. ing to ttie accounts, nnd the only Hurt ford Nebraska Indians two persons injured were women. PI u miner, r.f, White Moon, 2b. Cundlff, lb. Wnscka, lb. Paris is preparing for a siege Welsh, 2b. Eagle, s.8 should the lines opposing the Ger- Johnson, 3b. Bataga, c. Jon. So far as tho future Is conmans be broken. Enormous stocks Iilankenshlp, c. Hoseka, 3b. cerned It Is all gone. Wo saved a of food have been placed In the State Dillon, 8.8. Blackhawk, c.f. large part of It in this last fiscal urn r.ihmtacia anil ulionn nnd nntftln In Plrtle, c.f. Wakugon, r.f. year because the Imports did not vast numbers have been herded in Tnylor, l.f. Llttledcer, l.f. begin to submerge our exports till the Bois de Boulogne. Rlckard, p. Jeghorn, p. after the turn of the calendar year; Elgin, sub. but since early in the spring the imA British official statement says ports have been washing out the ex9 It II E that of the 1,200 men composing Innings ports entirely. 0 083 the crews of five German warships Hart'd For April, May and June of 1913 C 42 0 sunk off Helogoland only 330 were Indian we hnd a balance of trade In our saved. favor or $14G,fi01,779. For April, Tho second game between tlp Jlay and June of 1914 we had a balA Berlin dispatch says that the Hartford team and the Indians yesance of trade against us of $14,4GS,-9Cresulted In a German army is energetically press- terday afternocn ing the Russians in the neighbor score of 7 to 3 m favor of the InThat was a net loss to us on tho dians. The lino up was the same .cr hood of Allensteln, East Prussia. two Items taken together of $ 1 G 1 l the home team crept Elgin in those three months. The Apia, a seaport of UpohP, Samoa n first base and Cundlff took Welsh average monthly loss, therefore, was Islands, and capital of the German place on second. Welsh being out of S53.710.247. Withrow pitched part ot the group, surrendered to a tho game. for . .When in tho fiscal year of 1913 Hartford from the 5th inning.strucl: British force from New Zealand. we had in our favor the trade balout . men witli no runs, while he ance of $652,S7C,915. that was an Dispatches from Constantinople was on tho mound. Rlckard having average of $54,40C,.,,.25 a month. indicated that Turkey may soon en- pitched a hard game on tho previous All through 1913 we had that avter tho field against England and Jay shoubl not have gono in. They erage balance in our favor or more hit him hard from the start. There Russia. The Circuit Judgeship. than $."4,000, COO a month; but, as were about 700 people present and Quite a number of the Democrats we have just shown in the reversal Military experts in Tokio estimat- all wore well satisfied with the of Ohio county have solicited Judge qf, conditions in April, May and June J. S. Glenn, of Harttord, to become ed that Kiati Chan could not be tak- game. An unusual feature was the of 1914, th'e'rc has set in a sponging en before tho last of November, un fielding of 7 flies by left Holder i candidate for the Democratic nomout of very nearly $54,000,00 a Circuit Judge of this dis- less tho Germans voluntairly biirrrn-duro- Carvy Taylor. ination for month. trict, composed of Ohio, McLean, Whether oui trade balance had Hancock and Daviess counties. We Kqualltj (I, .Mi'iti-mI. become as a natural thing more than io Tho McIIenry and Equality ball A newspaper dispatch receli--.not recall that Ohio county has sbj hundred millions a year, or .urnislied a Circuit Judge in a gen- at Vancouver says that the Gonna r teams met in Central Ball Pari. "whether the normal figures wore eration, and certainly not since the cruiser Liepzlg has been capture.M': August 30, and played one of the porhaps only half a billion, it's all ; ..' the French cruiser . Montcalm t. gone; and we can't restore It with .urination of the present judicial The 'Owcnsl.oro bar has had the British cruUer Uainbow. exports of t'urphs wheat. If we --' If the Circuit Judge for many years. sold abroad all the wheat that we A long official statement is Hon. Lucius P. Littlo held the office shall harvest this year we couldn't for" two terms of twelve joars, Hon. by the French War Of i ice rerestore It. W. T. Owen tor two tornii of twelve viewing the operations in Belgium But we can't export all that jeans, and Hon, T. F. Birkhead, our and along the French frontier. A wheat. Nor half of it. Nor any present Judge, will finish his second new retirement by the allied lorers. We need considerable part of it. of twelve years on January 1, is recorded, while at the same time It to eat ourselves. We need it to lorm 191(5. Continuously for the last the statement Is optimistic with feed to our live block and poultry, thi;ty-si- x to the opposition which the years Davioss county hae ' ' along with the corn. French and British are offering to had the Circuit Judge. crops. And so with all the other Of course, the people of Ohio, the Gorman advance. There won't he !i great deal moro to Hancock and McLean counties do No definito details nre forthcomsoil abinad than there was last year. not think that Daviess county has ing regarding the general battle Very likely there will be less cotton; purposely retained the Circuit Judge which apparently is in progress all and it's roUou that has been our big- through selfishness, or through any along tho line. gest debt payer abroad or many, The French War Minister has inlack of fair play in polities, for they many years. are a just and generous people, and spected tho (supplementary detenses It never was wheat even when wo always have been willing to alter- around Paris, which are being raphad more w 'ie.it than wo knew what nate upon an equitable basis with idly pushed lorward in anticipation to do with. It never was corn: It investment of the their neighboring counties in select- of a possible nover was be'jf. Kven if had been ing their district officers whenever French capital. it never would be ugqin. Nearly all suggested. , those commodities that wo raise ia An Antwerp dispatch credits Gen. Through an unbroken rule the right heio 'Circuit the future we ohall need Judge lias always been given Pau with a victory over 50,000 Gerat homo; arid as long as, wo are the his second term, but never permitted mans near Peronnes. Whether this great purchasing power of the world, to hold a term. Twelve years U a new victory or ono to which refas we are today, we can buy our own ago Judge third T. F. Birkhead. our pres- erence was made several days ago is products away from anybody on tho ent Judge, defeated Judge W. T. not known. face of tho earth. Our foodstuffs Owen on tliiB issue, for will largely stay here. Queen Elizabeth of Belgium and Judgo Birkhead successfully advoSo we aren't suing to restore our cating that it was not democratic her children have arrived in Engold six hundro'S million or half a for a Judge to ask for tho third land. . billion balance of trade with exports term. In very recent elections in i of crops. .Such expectation as that Kentucky According to official advices retho results show that this rainbow cliolng. With all our is has been growing In pop- ceived at Washington, France Is conbounty we aren't going to have tho sentiment ular favor throughout tho entire sidering the advisability of moving crops to cpare. State, and tho people have fixed the seat of Government to BorIf we nro over going to win back opinions against the third term. Es- deaux. foreign trade, so that halauca in pecially is this true as to Judges, hugely in our favor of old, wo shall Great Britain has Joined whoso terms are fixed by the constiwith liavo to do it with our exports of tution at six years; and when a udgo Franco In objecting to the purchase manufacture:). Hut for mouths, unby tho United States of German lihas served his der the ministrations of tho Wilson he bus been twelve second term, ners iu connection with tho plan to year3 In office. administration and tho Wilson Conbuild up uu American merchant magress, tho manufacturing industry of The people generally think a term rine. of twolve successive years In a Juthe United Stalca has bcon the sick- dicial office should be enough to est thing iv tht whole country. It Is reported by steamship offi .satisfy the ambition of most men. It may bo that we can get the Judge Glenn is ono of tho best cers arriving at Honolulu that Britmanufacturing Industry lawyers American in tho State and well equip- ish warships off Houg Kong are up ou its feet, or at least on its ped for porforrnlng the duties of a holding up all vessels, Including knees, again, het us all pray that Circuit Judge. He has been one ot those under the Amerlcuu flag, and we can. ifow York Press. tho foremost lawyers at the Hart- removing (lermuns and Atistrians bound to the scone of hostilities. nio Farm House. ford Bar for more than twenty-fiv- e Tho uin,.' 'Important buildings on years, and a strong Democrat. It u farm Is tin h'ouse.says tho Govern- has been known by nib friends for ment Faim Architect. Tho health, some time that it was his ambition comfort and happiness of tho family to become Circuit Judgo of his disure dependent upon Its construction trict. When nuked about his Inton-tion- s nnd equipm nt, and unlesa these iu the rnatter.Judge Glenn adTho long looked for Nebraska matters aro looked ufter tho sanita- mitted that ut the proper time he Indian team came into Hartford ry dairy bun or the economically would be u candidate for tho Demo ijultoly Wednesday morning and constructed buildings for stock nro cratic nomination. East End Park soou after- The people of Happiness and con- Ohio county will gl? him a goner- - noon. Tho home team at once, gave of little valu; tentment b'jrvizo as improved tools our und, united support, aad be feels j battle, uud although pitted against and out biifUmjB. confident of winning the Democratic veterans of many battles our boys .. Tho ovoraco American farm house nomination at the August primary gave a good account of themselves. must bs fni.'Xj)8lv6. The urerage- in No scores were made uutll fourth In- - The njaj) who sees In our crops, In thnt great store of especially wheat, tjio' thing which Is going to turn the present heavy tide of foreign trade, (now running against us, and give us hack our magnificent mnI1 a living balance of tr'axle-p-tha- t In a fool's paradise. We haveh't got the wheat, "wo haven't got 'the general crops, to make up for the halancc of foreign trade which was so hugely In our favor for so' many years, but which In the Inst few months we have extinguished, i In the fiscal year of 1912 wo had a balance of trade In our favor of In the prenenrly 5553,000,000. vious year we had more than half a billion dollars; in tho year before that we had more than half a bitl- - annual net Income of a farmer today after deducting 5 per cent Interest on his Investment, Is less than $400. This does not mean that tho houses may not bo attractive. They may, with the If Intelligently planned help of Vines, shrubs and trees, become tho prettiest spots In the landscapes and more beautiful and inexpensive than crowded city houses. Tho most Important room In the farm house la tho kitchen. Certain In features are often overlooked providing economical arrangements fo'r the household, when .they might be easily provided for. One of the specialists of the Office of Farm Management learned from a woman broken In Pennsylvania, who had down from overwork, that she had been carrying coal from tho bam for years. When the husband was asked If there was any reason why n coal bunker could not have been provided near the cook stove and filled directly from the wagon, he answered that there was none, but that no one had ever thought of It. This one detail has been found neglected In other cases where It could have been aslly remedied. If only someone had thought of it. A kitchen sink may be a paying Investment, although It excludes a bay window or a fireplace, which has been the pet notion of the houseScreened-l- n kitchen porches, wife. sleeping porches, and nil kitchen conveniences are fine economical features, which even the smallest house plans may well consider. The possible economy in household labor and the conservation of the strength of the housewife are two Important factors to be considered in the construction of a farm house. farm Pleasant and comfortable homes hold families together; but the cheerless, unlovable and Insani tary houses drive boys and girls to the cities. Investigation of prisons, insane asylums and houses of correction, seem to prove the fact that the sins which account for the existence of these institutions are often bred in inadequate and unhappy homes. So this social aspect of the problem Is considerable. LATEST WAR NEWS That tho French lines arc still falling back bofore the German is indicated by an official statement Issued by tho FrencluWnr Office, which says that tho progress wing has obligof the German-righ- t ed the French left to yield ground. ad-van- Lord Kitchener, tho British Secretary of War, gives in detail tho part, played by British troops in the operatlons In Belgium and Franco. These operations extendd from August 23 to August 26, and the British losses numbered about 0,000. The condition nnd spirit of the British troops at the front are described as - excellent. nlng when tho Indians succeeded in placing ono over tho plate. No moro were made until tho unlucky soventh when the Indians ran in four more. They ndded ono In tho eighth making six In all. Although the homo team did not succeed In scoring they " really played better ball than the Ited Skins according to base ball technique, Illckard pitched a great game nnd fanned five men while the Indian pitcher only retired four. He also yielded only four hits whllo tho homo team took eight. All the runs made by the warriors were made on errors ex- -' cept one. At several times It seemed as though the homo team would run In several scores hut luck was against them. At one tlmo they had all tho bases full with only one, out. Tho Indians far outclassed tho homo team as base runners. Although defeated In the first battle our boys made a "masterful retreat" and at onco reformed their lines for the next battle. ' Ik n blend of twcnty-iof tho finest material u is Mlmulntlng, nourishthat ko to make a soft drink. a Is (lie only ing, thirst quenching, and appetizing. drink of the ago that meets with the requirements of tho needs, has Individuality that no other drink possesses. Kii'Koa Is as Nwort to jour taste, mid as pleasing as tho rijse to jour sense of miicII, and as pine as (he mountain KA-KO- A U Ka-KoKa-Koliu-inuKa-Ko- n .i breee. Really Ka-Ko- u reminds er that puts new life and energy la oii, anil like the .sun of prosperity Is shining again', and remorse I am taking this drink of have all a at tho expense of tho Won't Ka-KKa-Ko- jou of tho root .summer show- make jou feel tho clouds of and dispalr drifted by. Bottling I Works. In consideration, agree not to attempt to securo a another drink of at tho expenso of the Ka-KCo., or Hartford Bottling Works. Not good after Sept. 12, 1914. Co., and Hartford Ka-Ko- My Name Town Firm Prop jou please out anil present the coupon to any llrst class soft drink stand or soda fountain and get jour llrst drink of Ka-Kat ntir expense. Remember that this offer may be withdrawn at any time without notice. llll 00000000 00010041 1234567S 2. closest nnd most harmonious games thnt I have seen played. Mr. Bill Everly umpired the git mo and perfect harmony prevailed throughout. Tho game stood I ami 4 when It only remained for Euullty to go to the bat once, when one of the McIIenry outfielders missed catching the ball and was slow to find it in the grass, which allowed Equality to run in 2 scores, resulting in fi to I In favor of Equality. The Mcllonry team Is made up of a nice set of boys and they certainly know how to play Lall. All of us will bo glad to soe them back again. WARDEN. d. - ! I'lesh Air. wnto, IfaKowcd to reni&ln tho house, makos bad air. is dirty air Just as much as aro dirty clothes and dirty There is far moro dangor in the breathing bad air than It bathing the hkin in soiled water. It has been Fild that all the deaths resulting All about Thoro thoro water. lroni levers ocean compared with the number who perish from bad air. Each every room should bo morning thoroughly aired. Doctoia all over the world have come to consider fresli air as a great remedy for many kinds of diseases, especially lung troubles. Clean air makes clean lungs. It Is nlways wise to wash the hands after touching anything that soils The washing of the hiinds Is. of course, especially important before tho handling, cooking or eating of food. Every child and every emploje In a household iliould he taught not only to wash the hands after visiting the toilet, but also Untight tho importance of short and well-kefinger nails. .Chil Iron lie taught not to wipe Cielr should sticky lmnds on their olotlus, but to wanh them. Urease holds dirt, so (care should be taken to keep tho clothing free from It. ''"be Republican SI art but as a dro( in the I per jear I dis-'r!c- '',,., - " This Announces the Opening of the ce Oil IL'J9 do thing NEXT- - e Co Hartford's New Store, aturday, September 5, X When a large display of New Goods will be shown. The stock will include Ladies' Coats and Coat Suits, Men's Suits, Trousers and Overcoats, Shoes for the whole family, Underwear and Furnishings for every- A nice, clean, new stock offered at prices to please the purchaser. Give us a call and let us "show you' body, Hats, Umbrellas, etc. -- baseTall dope Next Door to Bank of Hartford PropFietors. cap-turn- U. S. & A. R. CABSON, - mc