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Wattforh ftjejmMictm DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 9 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1914. ment Is rated good, shall be discharged or dropped, or reduced In rank or "Any person knowingly violating tho provisions ot this section shall be summarily removed from ofllce, and may also, upon conviction thereof, bo punished by a flno of not more than $1,000, or by Imprisonment for not more than one year." HttidentH to Htuily War. Now York, Sept. G. A now courso of study In connection with geography and history Is to bo taught PRIMARY THHETERANS Langly Claims Ky. Democrats Hog Revenue Jobs. Believes Spirit of PROBEQRDERED Frankfort Judge Gives Grand Jury Charge. Corruption of Ballot is Pronounced One of the Greatest Crimes. Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 7. Tho modern Imitators of the Praetorian guard, selling public offices at auction to tho highest bidders, formed the text of a homily delivered today to the Franklin county grand Jury by Judge Robert Stout, who called upon the grand jurors to back up the warning he gave party leaders In this county Just before the August primary, when J)e called them before him and assured them that at the September term he would not know party or faction, but would urge the grand Jury to Indict every man guilty of corrupt practice. Judge Stout said it ought not to be difficult for an official inquisitorial body to learn the facts of what Is common street corner gossip, and he said he delivered a warning to the politicians because he did not think it fair for a complaisant pub He to permit illegal practices to become a custom and then without warning hale guilty ones before the court and punish them for conforming to a custom, however deplorable. As it is, he asserted, no one can Say he has been dealt with unfairly and to tho report that somo one has embezzled money from tho auotmobllo fund, and in fairness to all parties ho reminded the Jurors that tho person civilly Ilablo to the Commonwealth for the amount Is not necessarily the person guilty of. tho crime; but he admonished the jurors to inquire Into the case and Indict tho ono responsible for taking the money and forging applications. Grave Charges Made In Hcnntc. Sept. 8. Charges Washington, that Representative Stevens, ot New Hampshire, and George H. Rublee, a lawyor, who have been active In commission bill, were engaged In a plan to "emasculate tho entire antitrust lows," were made In the Sen' by Senator Reed. ate Questioned by Senator Walsh, Senator Reed said he had already asked Senator Overman to call a meeting of tho Lobby Committee to Investigate the activities of Mr. Rublee and others In connection with the trade commission bill. Senator Newlands replied that both Mr. Rublee and Mr. Stevens had been In consultation with the President. "I believe Mr. Rublee has the confidence of the President," said he. Senator Clapp also defnded Mr. Rublee. to-d- MORE TAXATION FOR REVENUE War Made Excuse for Dem ocrats to Raise Money. Chewing Gum, Soft Drinks, Beer, as a foundation upon which to pre p'aro for llfo 'work. Supt. Shults addressed the school on the importance of obedience to law. Col. Burnett, on behalf lot the Board, commended the Faculty and emphasized the intention of the Doard to endorse everything the teachers did, believing them to conscientious men and women, striving for good and lasting-results- . Dr. Ford gave a good talk on Sanitation, the Importance of cleanliness, and necessity of fresh air In buildings, all Prof. Tinsley encouraged teachers and pupils alike In his earnest talk, of which "Hope" was tho theme. Short talks by Judge Glenn, Prof. Leach, Mr. Davidson and Mr. Palmer followed. Tho students wero assured that every consideration, hospitality and good fellowship would be shown them. The growth of the school In five years from a high school enrollment of thirty-fiv- e (35) to the present enrollment of more than one hundred, attests to the statement made, both In interest shown by the Citizens of Hartford and the efforts made on the part of the Faculty. Additional seats will be ordered to accommodate the increased High School attendance. An unusually large Senior clafl is in attendance this year. Twenty-tw- o will complete the High School course. A full laboratory equipment for the class in Physics will be ready for use In a short .time. This wilt add much to the Interest in class work, i The following out of town High School students matriculated Monday and Tuesday: Misses Sftllle Coleman, Paradise; Geneva Brown, McHenry; Evelyn Mail Clark, Clark, Dundee; Mary Render, Iva Ambrose, Edna Elliott, Butler county; Gorln Flener, Cromwell; Margaret Williamson, Echols; Willie Llndley, Point Pleasant; Mao Whltttnghlll, Eva Butler, Fordsvllle; Ids Parrish, Laura Parrish, Harjh ford, R. R." 1; Dena" Rlaf. sjpfi& Ward, Clarice Ward, Norine Baf-ne- tt, Gussie Bennett, Luellne Bennett, No Creek; Lettie Bell, Buford; Messrs. Aaron Ross, McHenry; Brown, Rockport; Mack Benton, Raymond Nail, Centertown; James Coleman, Paradise; Ellis Bell, Earl Hocker, Point Pleasant; Clarence' Igleheart, J. B. Igleheart, Pearl San- derfur, Byron Williams, Charley Ward, No Creek. , One hundred and fifty were en rolled in the grades. out-of-toMa-tanzAr-Ch- e1 Civil Service In Filling Places Is Being Disregarded. Washington, Sept. 8. W. Langley Is up In Represen-tatlvo on account of alleged discriminations against Republican old soldiers In the Internal revenue service In Kentucky, and ho announced today that unless ho receives a satisfactory explanation from Treasury officials tomorrow, ho will Introduce) a resolution In Congress demanding a thoro Congressional Investigation of charges which have been filed with him. He has the resolution already prepared and ready to bo. dropped Into the Congressional hopper. Meanwhllo Commissioner of Internal Ilevenue Oshorn and the Assistant Commissioner, Col. Williams, arc anxious to seo Mr. Langloy, and bo has an appointment to meet them tomorrow morning. They think they can show him there Is no Intention to pack tho revenue service In Kentucky with Democrats at the sacrifice of the Interests of the old soldiers, but lie Is equally confident they can not and the Indication, according to Representative Langley, Is that thoro will be "music In the air" la connection with this matter during the next few days. Langley frankly confessed to a strong doubt as to whether a Democratic House would consent to allow such a resolution to como out of committee, much less to pass, but he declares that It will serve to bring out all the facts, nevsen-atlou- nl John arms during the period ot tho European wnr. A name has not yet been given to the new course, but Dr. William Superintendent of II. Maxwell, Schools, In a statement of Instructions to teachers made public today, has outlined Its principal features, which will have to do with the movements from day to day of the armies engaged In the European struggle. "For this purpose," said Dr. Maxwell In his Instructions, "the newspapers are the most valuable source of Information at this time. This Is an Important epoch In tho history of the world and the pupils of our public schools will see new boundaries In tho making. For that reason I shall suggest that In all school rooms, a map of tho continent of Europe bo displayed on which from day to day, tho changes In the armies and the navies may be noted. Probably a blackboard map will suffice Whiskey and Tobacco To Bear Burden. for this purpose." It Is understood that teachers of the schools, when the terms begin a week from next Monday, will have arranged for collateral reading in history and geography, so as to keep their pupils Informed concerning the significance ot all the battles. mm ertheless. Tn-nlR- Representative langloy M 4. made the following statement: "I am satisfied from letters I am receiving from revenue men all over Kentucky that the grossest violence is being done to the spirit of tho Civil Service Law In rooting Republicans out of the service and putting Democrats In. "Theso letters nre to the effect that tho writers have been let out, asked to resign, for no other reason than that a Democratic administration is now in power and that the places are wanted for the boys in the trenches, who are hungry for Jobs. It seems to be conclusively shown that tho Democratic revenue collectors In Kentucky are trying to slde-ute- p tho civil service law and pack the service with Democrats. My attention has been called especially to the situation in the Fifth Kentucky Revenue District (Louisville), where twenty-olgBoldlers of the Civil War wero relieved of duty July 1. Nearly all of theso are storekeeper-guager- s. I am myself an honorary member of the G. A. R. and I could not rest content without doing everything possible to prevent anything against theso deserving veterans. I know nearly all of them personally. Is a Every one of the twenty-eigRepublican. All aro whiteheaded, In the very evening of life. Tho average I am told, age of tho twenty-eigh- t, Is 73 years. A good many of them carry bullets In their bodies, attesting to their splendid army service. They were employed in positions that require technical knowlodge, rather than physical endurance, and their efficiency never has been called Into question. "They aro entitled to tho work. of u con"Where there is a lay-osiderable number of men, and all those laid off belong to one politicparty. It Is considered prima -it facie evidence of political discriminaRetion. Here we have twenty-eigpublican old soldiers laid off, notwithstanding there are various ucts which give old soldiers the preference, speak with knowledge, because I was one of the authors of these laws. Tho statute I have especially in mind Is the act ot August 23, 1913, which contains the following provisions: 'That in the event of 'reductions belug made in the force in any of tho executive departnu'uts, no honorahlo discharged soldier or aallor, whoso record In said depart ht ht ff ht caught unawares. The Judge reminded the grand Jury that the laws are the people's IN ARTIC OCEAN laws, that their enforcement Is In the hands of the people, and that or the grand Jury Is a representative body of the people. Stefansson, Canadian Explorer, "It is up to you gentlemen to say whether the laws shall be considered Reported to Be in Trouble an impotent jumble of words In the statute boks, and this court a perBy Missionary. functory Institution sitting at stated intervals to appoint guardians Mart., Sept. 7. Vilhjal-rau- r for orphans and commtt lunatics to Winnipeg, asylum, or whether our laws Stefansson, the Canadian ex- the shall be a living expression of popplorer, is marooned on the ice off ular sentiment for justice and right, Herschell Island, according to the and the court a potent Instrument Rev. W. H. Fry, a missionary, who for the enforcement of those laws." has been among the Esqulmos and Reminding them ot the evidences who arrived here today from that In Europe one man has power to Stefanasson Is In no imme- declare war and call upon, millions diate danger. of his fellowmen to lay down their Dr. ry based his assertion upon lives on the battlefield for the a letter he received from an Esqul-m- o achievement of a monarch's ambiton June 9, the day he started ions, he asked them to consider south. whether they shall by their actions Tho Esquimo wrote that he knew reassert that the people rule over Stefansson had left Herschell Island here, or admit by their indifference and had gone out on the Ice with to violations ot the law by powerful two of his men, Anderson (not Dr. political influences that poular govAnderson, his lieutenant), and ernment is a myth and in Franklin Storklnson. The Ice broko up sud- county one man or set of men can denly, the water opened up a few control affairs, name public officials days later, and the explorer and his and set at naught the will ot the companions were unable to get off. people. He told them that In the last naTho Esquimo said ho had been told by native whalers who had helped tional election the electorlal vote of Stefansson on the Ice that the party California was given to one candidate had ammunition and food sufficient by less than 200 votes; and that in 1884 the electorlal vote ot the imto last all winter. Tho last deflnlto word of Stef- perial State ot New York decided the ansson was brought to Nome, Alaska, national election by a majority of on September 1 by a schooner from about 2,000. "Had the situation been known," Point Barrow. Tho captain ot the schooner reported that after making said Judge Stout, "a small corrup an attempt to cross tho Ice Stefans tion fund, a few men Indlfforent to son and Imo companions had return- their obligations, could have decid ed to Martin Point, east of the mouth, ed that election and prevonted Grov-o- r Cleveland ever becoming Presiof the Darter river, on Aprl 16. The crew of Stefanson's ship, Karluk, dent ot tho United States. "The duty you aro about to unwhich was crushed in tho ice north of Herald Island, Is believed to be dertake Is not local. You can see how the Commonwealth and tho nation marooned on Wrangle Island. men in this are Interested in .honest elections Thero are twenty-tw- o party. Tho United Spates revenue in Franklin county. As tho result of outcutter Dear sailed for rangle Island continued and on Septomber 5 in an attempt to rages against the ballot, our free Institutions are eopardlzcd. Upon you rescue them. rests the decision in this instance, Notice to the Public. stand against corruption, or whethcomHaving had considerable er sho shall lag behind." He asked them again whether they plaint with dlfforent consignees In regard to tho houra I am supposed would hesitate to return an indictto keep the delivery of freight open ment because the guilty person Is here at Hartford, I publish the fol high and powerful and might use his wealth and power to lnjuro them. lowing from Supt. Logsdon: "It Uopeuds upon your manhood," "Your letter August 28th relative to the hours ot opening and closing be said. "It's a man's job you havo your freight station Opening hours assumed," and he offered to dismiss 7:00 a. m. Closing hours 5:30 p. ra. from tho jury any member who Give prpper notice at ,your station." thought he could not discharge the duty. Please bo governed accordingly. Judge Stout referred In bis charge H. E. MISCIHCE, Agt. MAROONED ON ICE J it. long-condon- Taxing Sept. 5. Washington, moving picture films for war revenue was urged before the Ways and y at deliberaMeans Committee tions on the measure to raise $100,-000,0In response to President Wilson's message. One member ot the committee showed testimony of film manufacturers telling of profits aggregating 110 per cent. Opposition to a tax on railroad gasoline developed. tickets and Scores of taxable items were discussed. That cigars and tobacco would not be taxed seemed assured In the opinion of a majority of the members of the committee. An increased tax Worse Thaa Crop Failure. on beer is assured. Domestic wines Just listen at the Democrats talk probably will not escape. Some memcrop failures. It is true the corn crop bers approve a tax on commercial ot southern Indiana and Illinois and instruments. southeast Missouri, is going" to be a Washington, Sept. 5. Spurred by total failure; but this is not hurting President Wilson's appeal for emerthe farmer as bad financially as the gency legislation. House Ways and provisions ot the Simmons-Underwoo- d y worked Means committeemen Free-Trad- e bill. That $50 you revon the Missouri mule would on plans for a special internal have lost enue bill to raise $100,000,000 to buy several, loads of cofn. Perry-ylll- e meet the loss in customs receipts (Mo.) New Republican Era. caused by war. Lists ot articles suggested for the special tax lqvy were ROOSEVELT RAPS considered by the committeemen and as soon as they complete their UNDERWOOD TARIFF program It will be submitted to the Treasury Department. The amount ot money to be produced on each arWl" ticle and the taxation rate will be and Reactionary fixed, t.hen the bill wll be introduced, Backward in the House for immedltae action. Policy, Declares Articles suggested as special revenue producers included beer, doColonel. mestic wines, whisky, tobacco, chewing gum, proprietary articles, soft drinks, playing cards, railroad and New Orleans, Sept. 7. Theodore amusemnt tickets and gasoline. deRosevelt, In a speech "We shall pay the bill, though we cried the "backward and reaction- did not deliberately incur It," said ary" policy of the Government In President Wilson in presenting his handling the tariff question, particu- appeal for an emergency Internal larly as It affected Louisiana sugar Revenue measure to raise $100,000,-00interests and reiterated his charges the Government's probable loss that paying $25,000,000 to Colum- in customs receipts because ot the bia as a result of the deal whereby war in Europe. Prompt action was the United States obtained the Pana- necessary, the President said, "In orma Canal zone would be blackmail. der to keep the Treasury strong." for a one-da- y He left late His only suggestion as to the method campaign in the Third Louisiana for levying the tax that the sources congresional district. The Third dis- be chosen that would "begin to yield g trict comprses the largest at once and yield with a certain and section of the State. constant flow." Admission to the auditorium was The appeal met with quick action. gained only by cards, which had As soon as the President had left the been issued by the local Progres- House chamber amidst an outburst sive committee. Somo tlmo before of applause, Speaker Clark referred the former President began bis ad- the message to the Ways and Means dress the place was filled and the Committee. Democratic members ot doors were closed. The police had the committee met at nlgjit at tho somo difficulty with the crowds at call ot the chairman, Representathe several entrances. tive Underwood, and began considCol. Roosevelt dwelt on principles eration ot plans to raise the addi- of the Progreslve party, but laid es- suggested taxation. pecial stress upon the sugar srowers On the list suggested were: of Louisiana and stood out strongly Gasoline, a tax of 1 or 2 cents a for Federal control of the Mississ gallon; railroad and amusement ippi River. tickets, a tax of 5 to 10 per cent; In the afternoon he talked a few beer, an increase ot CO cents a barminutes at Southorn Park, where rel; domestic wines, whisky, an ina Labor day picnic was In progress. crease of 15 cents a gallon; proprle-ear- y In that address ho emphasized that articles, tobacco and tobacco labor unions In principle were all products, chewing gun, soft drinks, right, and toward a good end. Un- playing cards. ions, however, he said, should be The proposal to tax railroad tickcareful that their leadership did not ets was not received with enthusirest with men who placed their per- asm by the members ot the committee, sonal interest above that of the body although It was estimated that a 5 they represented. per cent tax would ralso $40,000,000. "There are little crooks as well as Opening of Hurt ford College. big crooks, and the Progressive party Hartford College bogau the thirty-fis after all ot them," he said. year of her existence on Col. Rosevelt will begin his trip ifth through the Third district soon aft- Monday Sept. 7, 1914, with splendid er lils train arrives at Franklin to- prospects for a successful year's morrow morning. He will go from work Tho large enthusiastic student there to Now Iberia by automobile, body, tho interest mid inaklufc several stops In the trip ot of the patrons and the excellent forty miles. At Now Iberia he will equipment of the new building all indicate a prosperous and profitable mako tho main address of the day. term. Devotional exercises were conducted by Revs. Napier and Guiun. Card of ThankN. I desiro to thunk my friends for After which Pro. Drown expressed their many deedB ot kindness and his satisfaction at tho presence of their words of sympathy, duilng the tho patrons, former students aud Doard of Education aud made a Illness and death of my husband. Slncorely, special plea to tho boys and ypung . . mon urging them to remain in school MRS. JOHN W. TAYLOR. Hartford, Ky. and complete, tho High School course to-da0, ht sugar-growin- Negro Battles Marshal. In a pistol fight near the inter-urban station at Anchorage Town Marshal J. W. Leonard was shot In the chin, and Fred Huges, a negro farm hand, was slightly wounded in the forehead and chest. Huges went to Anchorage on an interurban car and was said to have been disorderly. When Marshal Leonard attempted to arrest him the negro drew his revolver and shot him In the chin, then fleeing, with Leonard in pursuit. When overtaken the negro threw up his hands and said he would surrender, but when tho marshal attempted to handcuff him tho negro grappled with him. In tho scuffle that ensued both men rolled down a ten-foembankment and Huges broke the officer's hold and fled. When Leonard attempted to fire at him he found his revolver choked with dirt. Yesterday afternoon he and County Patrolman Z. M. Oshorn went to Huges' home on tho farm of II. G. Bedinger and arrested him. He will be tried bofore Police Judgo W. G. Lord, of Anchorage, on a charge of shooting with Intent to kill. ot Zapata' Projiosal Rejected. Mexico City, Sept .7. An official statement Issued Sunday by Gen. Carranza's secretary says he de mand of Emiliano Zapata, the rebel loader, that the first chief ot the Constitutionalists submit to the plan ot Ayala as the price of peace is not acceptable tq Gen. Carranza. The statement says Gen. Carranza wan appointed by a convention ot generals, and cannot resign his power In fayor ot Zapata. Furthermore, It is declared, the plan of Guadalupe calls for agrailau reforms not only in tho State ot Morolos, but throughout tho republic. Zapata and bis leaders aro Invited to meet in general convention October 1, when plum of reform will be designated. SIDELIGHTS ONTHE WAR Scenes on Battlefield Show What War Means. to tho ground, and two others quartered there belns the Seventy- - THE DCiOfllU CI1D ; farther out are broken all to pieces 'second lino and Eighth chasseurs a mil nuiuuii jpled regiment, the Nineteenth chas- and burned. RESTORING SUGAR DUTY It would be easy now, at the be-- seurs a cheval, legion of gendarmes ginning of this war, to write of Its and the entire staff of tho Second cd lun tragedy. The villagers have each a tale of loss to tell. Atl of the 1,200 men In the long grave were men with wives, sweethearts and parents. All the Belgian soldiers and others who were burled where they fell have I picked up on the field and am endeavoring to have The advancing prices of sucar and Russian and English1 , Armies Identified and sent her for whom It .tho world's abort kuddIv demonstrate ' Is Intended will speak for all. It is cs that thoso who ,lnvc per3,stcntly AlSO HCrCUlCS Have Greatest Number .., .u UUIUIIMS .. Ul. U Ulg written In Ink on half a sheet of thin HIM UUilittU till-- i...n.n UJ note paper. There Is no date and no sugar Industry In this country have z of Veterans. nlace. It probably was written on taken the right poslton. Protection the eve of battle in the hope that to sugar, they have paid, was not It would reach Its destination If the simply a benefit to the growers by nrray is admitted by Tho German This Is the translawriter died. enabling them to develop this in tbo nations to lie a marvel of tion. dustry, but it was a safeguard to one that and training, and "Sweetheart: Fate in this present the nation, and Its full develop- js important when it conies to the war has treated us more cruelly save the $100,000,000 ment wo iictnal work ot war, the other na- .han many others. If I have not livor more which the nation annually J tions liae the advantage of the ed to create for you the happiness pays to foreign countries for sugar. Kaiser's army. of which both our hearts dreamed, At tlin nrnsnnf nrlrn nf ailcrnr wlfli They bavo troops that have seen remember my sole wish now Is that England buying aii available stock 2 actual service in the field, while you should be happy. Forget me and and with France and Germany tirac Germany has practically none that create for yourself some happy home pro- - j tlcally cut out as beet-sugbad roceived a baptism of Ire up that may restore to you some of the m . . ,...,...... tinners It fa nltnr-ntn- ...... tirnhnhlfl tnnt .. . ....-..- ., . .. J to the present wur. ;reater pleasures of life. For myself, we shall hnvc to pay possibly twice The Russians, thanks to the war i I shall have died happy in tho us much for our sugar as in recent with Japan, now lined up on the thought of your love. My last thought years, and the nation may in the same side with them, have more vet- ha3 been for you and for those I next twelve months have to send to erans who have been through mod- leave at home. Accept this, the last foreign lands $200,000,000 Instead of ern warfare than any other Euro- kiss, from him who loved you." 1100,000,000 for sugar. of Mukpean country. In the battle Postcards from fathers with blessBEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. If there had been an absolutely fixden alone Russia had 310,000 men, ings to their gallant sons I found, ed policy making safe a Protective had a too, on the field, little mementoes of and the armies in Manchuria tariff to Amrlcan sugar interests, thorough seasoning in terrific fight- peoples and of places carried by men it would have been possible to bring showed ing. The Russian soldiers is mascots. Everywhere w,ere broken about a far larger tlevelopment of ituborn courago, and it was not their lances of German and Belgian, side this industry in the United States Tault that the Czar's forces were de- by side; scabbards and One dealer or agent in helmets, than we have had. But with polyour city and vicinity to Tlf feated. saddles and guns. These the peasants iticians constantly fighting the sugar As only eight years nave elapsed were collecting in a pile, to be resell Evinrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe Tariff, capitalists have hesitated war, the moved by the military. High up over tho Motors, which arc advertised in all reputable since about going largely Into the busiRussians have many ot these veter- the graves of 1,200, as we stood magazines of the world. This advertising ness, and the result Is we arc still campaign reaches thousands who have use ans to give fibre to the Inexperienced there, a German biplane came and dependent upon other lands for the for portable and detachable rowboat troops. crarlon-crowent, hovering like a hulk of our sugar. The higher prices motors, but who would have no use (or launches on Great Britain i3 also well supplied seeking other vlctims'for death, account of lack of time and no summer homes, write of the next twelve months or more In the Boer war Ens with vete-ua- s. promptly for particulars as to how representatives arc will probably cost the nation far placod" a million men in the land with and protected. Begin operations at AVill Pails Kat Auto Tires. more than it would have cost to once so as to nbtain tlie lull benefit of tbo season. field, and tho greater part of the maintain a Protective Tariff to a Even a war produced its Jokts. survivors aro still available. EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY 1 point which would have justified the 292 Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN Besides this. Tommy Atkln3 has 1 ere Is one that is reminiscent of the largest development of cane and 11 seen service in many lands. As Kip- siege of Paris in the war of 1S70, beet sugar growing to the benefit when horsesteaks became the favorling bang: of farmers and to every other Intermany mca acrost ite Parisian delicacy: "We fought wltb est in the country. With the certainAn English farmer was recntly iRS? the ty of a very large shortage In imarguing with a French chauffeur, An' somo of them wa3 brave an' port duties and the necessity of who had slackened up at an Inn some was not; 2UffiSinv. oailv octwccni raising more revenue, it would seem the merits of tho horse and Hheiimatlsm Pains Stopped. The Paythan and the Zulu and Burthe motor car. The first application of Sloan's to be a propitious time to restore . mese; "Give me a 'orse," remarked the Liniment goes right to the painful the tax on sugar, and do it in such -... But the Kuzzy was the finest of IJT IHLV7 EimtswL. J.j- r . farmer; "them traveling part it penetrates without rubbing a way that cane and beet growers the lot." is too uncertain fer my likln'." it stops the Rheumatic Paln3 would know that for a long term of On the barren veldt of the Trans"Eet is prejudice, my friend," the around the joints and gives relief years they had a certainty of a Provaal, on the deserts of Africa, in the jungles of India, and in the fast- chauffeur replied: "you Engleesh are and comfort. Don't suffer! Get, a tection which would Justify going '.. '. It is a family medi- largely 'Into the business. The duty bottle nesses of the Punjal, the British behind ze times; you will think on sugar produced a very large revsome day." : :. cine for all pains, hurts, bruises, soldier, atarved, burned, frozen and c:::? "zzz . ran .. -.' "Behind the time be blowed!" cuts, sore throat, neuralgia and enue 'which the Government needed !VO I 7.-V4.-! bought. . LJ .0. .ir.ur c:n-.- i - . ' - . ." -- f In it 1. Some of them followed Kitchener came the retort, "p'r'aps nex' time chest pains. Prevents infection. Mr.H and which it now sadly needs. If the the world. Iu im. J' J ter of ui!.oJ California, men who are controlling legislation ar. "C'r of Sufilo" tho Soudan, others went with the Proosians are rund Paris and you Chas. H. Wentworth, Munificent Ste.mer SEKA:02"." "C'7 oi are willing to admit the error that have to git your dinner off a steak writes: "It did wonders for my Old Bobs' from Kabul to Kandahar, Daily CLEVELAND - BUFFALO - M-- y- i.ttoDecltt fMI'.M. I. Cm- 'i. I.CWI.o.l . and thoy got plenty of real practice from the ind wheel of a motor car, Rheumatism, pain is gone as soon as they made in removing the sugar 11) A 31. L . UaJ Arr .Vxmic Bu2U t j.M. you Frenchmen'll wish you wasn't I apply it. I rcommended it to my duty, it might be possible to restore (Cyiif.l SLinJ.r.l T.i ) in the art of war. all I .OTO.i Onv'..i Toir.'.. n.UroaJ tlrWt. Oiniion. al rialTila for Mig.ra r'! 'o i- l-, friends as the best Liniment I ever this and again revive this inOf all the armies of Europe the so bloomin well rr.linllrrni:irUn.lu.lllu'r. I:. Ii i".$ rill r1..inouiiui..n ,!iutritl .".""T- - Irrc. k.io.1.1 ! li u'tn ..... n.k.t ..1 fo lukrt. ..(.. .. best seasoned are those of Servia and Amiens Figured in Many Wars. used." Guaranteed . 25c. at your dustry. THE CLEVELAND & BUFfALO T.tANSiT CO Clavalanil, O. If this war teaches anything, it The city of Amiens pronounced Druggist. bloody lontenegro, veterans of two n teaches the folly of an economic sysnear which desperate fightwars just fought. Throwing $50,000,000 Away. tem which has made us dependent ing is going on, 13 the capital of the France U not particularly well For the United States the first les upon foreign countries for our sugar supplied with seasoned troops, but Department of Somme. t is situatson of the war i3 that It must not she has had 70,000 soldiers in ser- ed on the left bank of the River abandon the sound Protective policy and our shipping and for many of the things which could have been made vice in North Africa, where they Somme, and is an important garwhich is designed to make it suffi- at home had there been a certainty met with trying conditions and rison town. It is tho headquarters cient unto Itself. of a fair measure of protection. The fighting that was enough to temper of the Second army corps, the troops The Tariff policy of the United nation Is paying a fearful penalty them. States Is based on the supposition for the uneconomic policy which has Germany, however, has had little that there is always to be peace and left us without a merchant marine, work for Its army, Its fighting herethat the avenues of trade are to be which has put the cotton growers tofore being limited to the Southcontinually open. But war has come, and the wheat growers of the country west African campaign of 1903-0interrupting all commerce with Eu- at the mercy of the present situation in which it had as many as 20,000 rope, t has deprived our manufactur- by, reason of tho shortage of shipping, troops engagod. The German army is ers of material without which they has almost destroyed the sugar inintensely cultivated, and there is no $1,000 Lijht Harnett Stake $1,000 Roadtter Stake cannot operate. Some have already dustry and his prevented the developdoubt of Its valor. Student's Judging Contett Farmer Bojrt Eacampmeat closed and others must shut down ment of many industries for whose Austria has not been at war since There Is Hardly A Woman unles a wuy is found to obtain the products we now annually pay hunTROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY It was defeated by Prussia in 18CG. Who Docs Not Rely Upon needed materials. dreds of dollars to foreign lands Fine Exhibit of Hortes, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry. Field 4 The Democrats at Washington when we ought to be producing Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg Scenes Aftor liuttle of Dlest. Seed and Grain, Horticulture and Woman's Handiwork should come to their senses in time them at home. It Is about time for Graphic description of tho battle ctable Compound. to prevent further disaster. If they the people at large, as well as for CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS Held of Dlest, Belgium, was sent the Princeton, 111. "I had infiammntion, cannot reverbO themselves on the men in public life, to be doing some New York Tribune by a correspondfid GRAND question of principle they can eas- serious thinking und to admit the ent. It gives that side ot the war hard headaches in the buck of. my neel- ily FIREWORKS turn about face on the question error of their economic views, for and a weakness nil DISPLAY which is so different from tho pomp caused by female of nolicv. Tho country is confronted these economic views have already and glory. Of tho burial of tho victrouble, and I too!: with a serious falling off in the rev- many millions of ForC.UloguenjuIEntry OUnk Addrcu tims of the hottle. he nays: Reduced Railroad Ratet Lydia E. Pinkham's enues from the Tariff because of cost this country dollars and aro liable to cost it many of Die-i- t ComAcrous tho battlefield Vegetable L. during the pound with such ex- the cessation of imports. Sugar, how- hundreds of millions there is a brown stretch of harrowed LOUISVILLE, KY. cellent results that I ever, is obtainable from countries present war. 705 Paul Jones Building, ground hnlf a, furious in length. It am now feeling fine, with which trade can be maintained. is the grave of 1,200 Germans who Chamberlain's Liniment. I recommend the If only for the purpose of conservfull in tho fight of Wednesday. All Compoundand praise ing tho revenues, therefore, the If you are ever troubled with over tbo field there are other graves, it to all. I shall be sugar duties should bo restored at aches, pains or soreness of the mus- running down through each hill aro It guvo pleasuro somo of Germans, borne of Belgians, and rullof, aid to tho glad to have you once. cles, you will appreciate the good of d silk flher; theso aro suffering and distressed, or wrought some of liori,L3. When I reached the publish my letter. Is done, the revenue of qualities of Chamberlain's Liniment. the first safeguards against counter- evil or disgrace to tho If this place tills afternoon peasantB with There Is scarcely a neighbor around me careless spendproduced will cover nearly Many sufferers from rheumatism long mattocks and spades were turn- who does not uso your medicine. "Mrs. feiting, and it would bo considered er; where it will yet go boforo It is CO per cent of tho apprehended de- and sciatica have used it with the ing in tho soil. For full two days J. F. Johnson, R. No. 4, Box 20, Princea crime for any other mill to niako considered too old for furthur servico ficit. Moreover, a Protective and best results. It is especially valuable they had boon at tho work of burial, ton, Illinois. paper. Every sheet tho mill and sent to tho treasury, to lo passed -producing Tariff on sugar will for .lumbago and lame back. For such Ih Experience of a Xtirse. and tUey were sick at heart. Their makes coluntud and must ho ac- on to tho macerating machine and ' Poiand.N.Y. "In my experience as a preservo the prosperous cane indus- sale by all Druggists. corn is ripe for cutting in tho batcounted for In its Journey from room dissolved Into gray pulp! All that try of Louisiana and will encourage tlefield, but little of it will bo har- nurse I certainly think Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's to room, vault or workroom, wot or lies between Its beginning and end A Dollar litlll. Vegetable Compound h a great and will encourage the beet sugar vested. Dark paths In their turnip-lleld- s medicine. Every working day in the year dry, counted before and after every Is a sealed book to us; but there is fc- - ! growers to continue to produce their I wish all women aro riodden with the blood ot male troubles would take it. Iwith it tho Bureau ot Engraving and Print- process and change it makes; and If Ono who knows Its Tuturo. Llko tho took profitable crop for tho supply ot the men and homes. ing in Washington completes seven hy chanco asheet is missing the em- talent of old, It Is capablo of many when pasiing through the Change of homo market. Providence Tribune. There wero most dead on tho sldo Lire with great results and I always rehundred and fifty thousand ployees in chargo must pay a share, values. What Is Its mission now? of the brldno Tho charge of 300 Uh- commend the Compound to all my pa- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and bills. Did you ever look at a not for tho valuo of the sheet qt paHanlslieH Pimples. lans, who wero held in check for a. tients if I hnow of their condition in . silver certificate and see how beauDiarrhoea IleiueUy. Had Wood, I'lmplcs, Headaches, per, hut for the valuo of the bills short time by the Belgians at a corn- time. I will gladly du nil 1 can to help "I aclvibod the 'boys' when they tifully It is printed? There Is no fln-i- r, It was to have been mado Into. And Illllousness, Torpid Liver, Constipa" er, seems to have como near success. ethers to hnow of this great more skillful and perfect steel yet this Is not really legal money un- tion, etc.. come fVom Indigestion. Mrs. Houaci: Niavmaw. Poland, Her- - enlisted for the Spanish war to Tho derelict helmets and lances that 'kimerCo.. N.Y. take Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera engraving done than thut which Is til the seal of the Uulted Stales Is Tako and you won't suf-fcovered tbo fields show that tho - are '" Jo m,t ,,raff nlonjj until and Diarrhoea Remedy with them, used in making the United States pa- put upon It. Tho government not onfrom u deranged Stomach or othup to the guns j charge prow) many thankb per money. It takes several men ly makes but destroys thoso once er troubles. It will tono up operation i, neccwrv, hut at onco and have recolved the Livin tlm turnip-- ( talw Lydin V. Pinkham's Vegetable for tho advice given," writes J, II. months to make a single plate for ono clean, crisp bills when they become er ami purify tho blod. and to the trend-cUso It regulay. On tbo Oman left mitrailleuse.- Compound. Houghlund, Kldon, lowu. "No per- side of one bill, and the paper Is all old and worn; and what un interest- larly uid you win Btay well, have Hot in their woi k behind, and in the . -- w...r.v,u MUU yonwi.ntHMH.lnrtvlcf write son whether traveling or at homo mado In on special mill, tho secret ing history each one has it it were If 12. Biuaay uervos. houses on the outskirts of tho vll-- ; Lyrtlu 1'Jnklmiti IWeilloino Co., should be without this great rem- of Its manufacture being most care- - ouly possible to learn how many Get a COc. bottle Mnnnv hni." lages. Five of Ihuse houses aro burn- - (coallilcntlal) Lynn, 3Ia.--. fully guurdod. Tho fine, halrllke lines bauds it has passed through, whether if not satisfiod. Ay Druggists. edy." For sale by all Dealers. , mourners. A letter which i Russo-Japane- se s3, army corps. Including commissary sanitary and quartermaster troops. Amiens occupies the slto of the ancient town of Samaroblva, the capital of the Amblana, who were conquered by Caesar. Christianity was Introduced there In tho fourth century by Bishop Firman. During the middle ages Its territory formed the courtship of Amlcnols. In ne twelfth century the citizens gained enfranchisement. In 1116 the flef uecame a aepenuency oi me rrencn crown, when Philip of Alsace, Count of Flanders, ceded It to Philip Augustus. The city has more than once passIn ed out of power of the French. 1435 by the treaty of Arras, It came into the possession of Burgundy, who held It until 1477. The Spaniards surprised the city In l."97, and the French besieged It, Henry IV. finally recapturing It after a long siege. Until 1790 Amiens was the capital of PIcardy. The treaty of Amiens, between Great Britain, France, Spain and Holland, was signed in the Hotel de Vllle March 23, 1S02. During the ssian war Amiens fell fiefore the invaders, November 2S, IS 70. The city has a population of It Is a manufacturing place of insome importance, the principal dustries being velvet, cotton, wool, silk, hemp and flax spinning. Manufactures of machinery, chemicals, blacking, polish and stigar.and printing, dyeing and iron founding, are also carried on. It is also known for Its pastry. t, It is the seat of a bishop, a a court of appeal and a court of assizes. The educational Institutions include lycees, training schools, a school of medicines and textile The Cathedral of Amiens is considered one of the finest churches of Gothic architecture in France. It, was erected in 1220. The central portal has a remarkable statue of Christ dating from the thirteenth century. There Is nlso In the city a rich library and flnt collections of paintings, sculptures and antiquities in the. Museum of Picardy. Franco-PruS0,-000. por-fec- LOOK f HERE! DUggieS. I -- 4) Would Increase Domestic Produc- tion and Save Consumers $100'000,000 a Year. Now is the time to get the JOHN DEERE Wagons, Buggies, Cultiva tors, Mowers, Hay Rakes and Hay .. .? PfeSSCS. Don't forget ..... ar that we can furnish ! you the best binder on the market. Come and contract with us, so we can have the machine here in time i t so there will be no delay when the I time comes to use them. Buy your t implements from the dealer that has practical experience and knows the : liiijjiemeiiis iu seieui. l.... ti i I WILLIAMS & MILLER,: it; I WANTED, EHr TB (jgRfc " JL Fare 3 oo (upland V ..r-:M- oil-sho- dce-faire- nt to-da- y! M?S?SS3e&2s5?,' crzat 'fim )" 11 : . 1 1. ' " 1 j.i 1 T-- ! ad 1 1 1 Om-I-o- KENTUCKY STATE FAIR SEPT. 14th to 19th, 1914 $3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE IN ALL OUR 6, NEIGHBORHOOD i BATTLE OF MEXICO" DENT, Secretary, J. partl-coloro- O revenue- one-doll- ar iy in...." - It.- or to-da- xX YBaV , 4) scayui M W itr .vf-N Ef mnssK , VWQ M tbSl wiai NINE BIO vis mrim- - . 'JACKSON'S ORDER OBEYED BY ENEMY fKJiS' '.uriuiir viirt r.i "w CSKCUS MUSEUM J2J 'MENAGEmfc Vl YmvkvV Confederate General Was in Unpe ion Hands, But Made His by Strategy. Es-ca- MHSMBFJl THt CA YAM CATC v 'i. v Perhaps the most important order that "Htonowall" Jackson cvur Issued I '?sr rv Vtolw-- ' V "aJX. WVv Amu - 'i i J5. A iX?1 f da-- 1 V "r yv5- - ,i'MMiMB THE GRANDEST AND BEST TENTED SHOW EXHIBIA PERFECT AND COMPLETE TION, eminently worthy of the country and tbasgcicd patronized by the pur and fooi evervwheta EVER PROJECTED, .. CHIEF Pf The Turns Somersaults Like a School Boy. Absolutely Water Proof Cavas Pavilion THAT COMFORTABLY SEAT 10.000 PEOPLE Bewildering and Startling Displays of Athletic and Gymnastic Exploits. Hartford, Thurs. Sept. 17 coveted remnants. Two discoveries of COLORED SOCKS POPULAR especial importance aro ten pages of tho Idylls of Theocritus and a page MANY CENTURIES AGO of Juvenal's Satires. There are annotations In the margin, and both relics are among tho oldest Theo-critn- n and Juvenal manuscripts Relics Retrieved From Banks of found In Egypt. Nile Prove Present Fad Mr. Johnson states that all blank papyrus uncovered In the earth heaps Is Not New. Is torn Into small pieces and thrown to tho winds to prevnt tho papyrus forgers adding to their store of maColored soclta nro chiefly associat- terial with which they are wont to ed with tho modern dandy, but they Impose on tho public. were worn on the banks of tho Nile Stop That First Full Cough. In tho Third und Fourth centuries. Check your fall cough or cold at Four socks in hues that would give a puuso to the smart ninu of to- once don't wait It may lead to day aro Included In an exhibition of serious lung trouble, weaken your relics retrieved from tho ruins of vitality and develop a chronic lung Antlnoe, which aro on view In London ailment. Get a bottle of Dr. Dell's It Is pure nt the rooms of tho Society of An- Pino tiquaries, Durllngton House. They and harmless use It freely for that are children's socks, and notwith- fall cough or cold. If Daby or Childstanding that they have been buried ren are sick give it to them, It will all these centuries, the colors are relieve quickly and permanently. It extremely fresh. They run in hori- soothes the irritated throat, lungs zontal ribs of In one instance yel- and air passages. Loosens Phlegm, low, green, red, blacy and brqwu. Is antiseptic and fortifies the sysEach sock is bifurcated to be worn tem against colds. It surely prevents with sandals. Those belonging to ad- cold germs front getting a . hold Only 2Cc. at your ults aro sober in hue, and, so far as Guaranteed. tho discoveries show, colored hose Druggist. was only worn by the youngsters. Defended Ills Nation. Apparently the children were well One day a Scottish boy and an provided for in thoso distant days. The toys unearthed includo rag and English boy who were fighting were wooden dolls, wooden horse, wax sur- soperated by their respective mothers faced tablet with alphabet, whips, with difficulty, the Scottish boy, though the smaller, being far tho rattles and rag balls. A fragment' of a pile carpet was most pugnacious. "What garred yo flcht a big ladalso found. It has a red border, and is attributed to the Sixth century. die like that for?" said the mother, J. D. M. Johnson, who is responsible as she wiped the blood from his for tho Interesting finds, hesitates nose. "And I'll fight him ngaln," said to say that It Is the oldest carpet extant, but another authority In- the boy, "if ho says Scotsmen wear kilts because their loot arq too b'g clines to that view. A particularly valuable section of to get Into their trousors." Loudon s. tho exhibition is confined to papyrl-t- he vegetable material upon which tho people of Antlnoe used to InFOR FLETCHER'S scribe their wrltngs. Exceeding care was necessary In flattening qut these Tnr-IIonto-da- y; Tlt-UltV certnlnly tho most vllnl to himself Is not lu tho official war records, Bays tho youth's Companion. Tho order was given In person by Jackson to n Northern artillery officer ns he qlood, lu full uniform, ready for battlo hrsldo his gun, and strangest of all was at once executed by him, with tin; result that tho battle was lost by tho Union nrms. It wan on a spring morning In 1SC2, Just before tho battlo of Port Republic. Jackson, In advance of his troops, with only 11 single escort, galloped across tho bridge over the Shenandoah river Into tho town, which stood on the east bank. Learning that tho army of Gen. Shields was still a good many miles away, arid confident that his own troops would be in possession long before iht! enemy, ho rode to a residence at the further end of the village, where ho spent nearly an hour. tho energetic Hut meantime Shields, whom Jackson later declared to bo Ills most formidable opponent, had thrust forward a small, iwlft col mm to occupy Port Rcpub-ithe bridge and halt Jack-3on- 's advance. So tapld did It move hat It culnul both objects without Irliig a fliot. Mere than that Jackson was. u If u.iyone had mown It' in the sunlight." Jackson, in utter ignorance of the It will no doubt bo a surprise to disastrous change, mounted his tho reader to learn that there Is now homo and nmbled down the main a smart modern town, really a city street to the bridge. What was his of pretensions, built up about the astonishment to see groups of soldi- falls. There are big tourists' hotels, ers In blue busily moving to and fro many pretentious private residences. about the bridge head, and throw- All this in the very heart of the Af ing up iutren'chments and fortifica- rican jungle! This smart city, like tions. Planted on a little knoll that the falls, is named for England's commanded tho bridge and Its ap former queen, Victoria; and It is proaches was a formidable field reached .by "trains de luxe" replete gun. v with every luxury known to modern Fortunately for Jackson, tho re- travel. t cent campaigns up and down the valley had faded both blue and gray Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. unlforniH Into a nondescript drab. "My attention was first called to horse-an- d As Jackson sat on his Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and watched tho busy scene, he formed Diarrhoea Remedy as much as his plan swiftly. Ho could not r.o twelve years ago. At that time I back; he must cross that bridge; was seriously 111 with summer comthat was his only chance. It was tho' plaint. One dose of this remedy frowning field gun that he feared. checked the trouble," writes Mrs. Ho must put It out of commission C. W. Florence, Rockfleld, Ind. For long enough to get beyond Its range. sale by nil Dealers. Throwing up his hand to attract attention, he shouted to the officer In Resolutions of Respect. command of the gunr Whereas, death has again entered "What are you doing with thai our community and taken from It gun up there? I didn't order It there, ono of Its beloved nnd devoted memind I don't want it there!" There bers, brother John W. Taylor, who was authority and petulance In his departed this life August 19, 1914. voice as ho added, "Limber up, and We bow to tho divine will of God. run It over on that knob over there!" knowing that however mysterious It Tho officer at the gun, thinking seems, He doeth all things well; lie had to deal with sonic superior therefore, be It. officer recently arrived, hastened to Resolved, that in the death of our obey without question, explaining In brother the church and Sunday self dofense that ho had understood School has lost a true and devoted his orders otherwise. member, his dear wifo and littlo Sitting on Littlo Sorrel while tho daughter, a kind and loving husFederal troops worked busily about band and father, the community a him, Jackson calmly waited until tho respected and beloved citizen. May gun was lumbering off to Its new po- his memory and deeds live with us rtion. Then ho rode quietly across forever. We miss his words of ad the bridge and up tho other bank vice, sympathy and encouragement, until ho was well out of musket his pow is empty and cheerless; but range. Then ho turned, waved his in our hearts there Is a sweet realhand to tho astonished Federals and, ization that our brother Is at peace, putting spurs to his horse, galloped and that when at last we shall bo awny from ho rain of bullets that called from this earthly habitation pattered harmlessly in the rear. mny It be our pleasant portion to Had ho been captured, tho Con- Join our departed brother In "That federate victory at Port Republic house not made with hands, eternal which ho won c few hours later in the heavens. would not have Jiappened; the ablo Resolved, that we extend to his and energetic Shields would have bereaved family our deepest symdefeated his troops, stunned by his pathy in their sorrpw, and may God loss. in His loving kindness, watch over, care for and protect them; and DeafneM Cannot Be Curetf Resolved, that a page of the recby local application, ai they cannot reach tho diseased portion of the ear. There la ord books of our church and Sunday only one way to cure deafness, and that la Schooi be set apart and dedicated to by constitutional remeaies. Deafness la cauaed by an Inflamed condition of the his memory, and a copy of these resllnlnf of the Eustachian Tube. When upon same, a thla tube la Inflamed you have a rumbllnc olutions be spread aound or Imperfect hearing;, and when It la copy sent to his famlly.and to each entirely cloaed, Oeafneaa la the retult, and unleaa the Inflammation can be taken out of the local papers. and thla tube restored to Ita normal condition, hearing- will be destroyed forever; nine M. L. HEAVRIN, caaes out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which ta nothing; but an Inflamed condition MRS. W. J. BEAN, of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollar! for any MRS. JAMES H. WILLIAMS, caae of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that Committee. cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. cat-aruc, pri:-oi.i'- fct In height. Livingston pronounced the Victoria Falls "tho world's most stupendous spectacle," the greatest ho had seen, not only In Africa, but elsewhere. The trco Is still pointed out, on an Islnnd above the falls, where tho famous missionary carved his name. Tho river makes a sudden leap Into a narrow flssuro lu tho rock over mile In length, evidently of volcanic origin. Tho thunderous roar of tho falling water can bo heard for miles. Rolling and churning In the "Devil's Pot," ns tho fissure Is known, It bursts with fury through a narrow opening between tho rocks to go plunging nlong a gorge flvo hundred feet and upward of orty miles long. The main full Is over a mllo In width. "No words," writes ono who has rccntly visited this mighty "can convey even nn Idea of whpt tho meeting of the waters looks like, as tho masses rush with terrific force out of the canon Into the Zambezi gorge boiling, heaving, whirling, sinking Into dnrk gulfs, up to nn Immense height In white leaping In pyramids and throwing spiral columns, in shaking Javelins, In splnlng globes, the spray that forms the central dome of the mysterious 'smoko' that David Livingstone saw only a generation ago." Despite the terrific force of the water ns it plunges over tho mlle-wid- o precipice, tho sensation with which It strikes upon tho beholder Is not one altogether of overwhelm-- , lug awe, of terror. Instead, its sub limity, the eloquence with which it speaks of the omnipotent Ruler of tho universe, lifts the soul upward with a feeling of reverence. It holds too an element of ex quisite beauty. 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We of the United States are wont to think of Niagara as tho greatest waterfall In tho' world, but it lacks a good deal of being such. In comparison with tho Victoria Falls, on the Zambezi River, In Centra,! Africa, Niagara Is but a cascade. While tho Niagara wRlver at tho falls Is but little, more than a half mile, wide and tho precipitation Is barely one hundred and sixty feot, the Zambezi at tho Victoria Falls Is two miles wide, and It hero plunges over a precipice over four hundred Acute Indigestion. y for Sond "I was annoyed for over a yerr WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. by alMiks of acute Ingestion, folIf you purchase tho KriW HOME you will lowed by constipation," writes Mrs. Llppincott's "Little Book of Big have a Ufa lusct at the price you pay, and will-no-t have an endless chain of repairs. Geneve, N. Y. "1 M. J. Gallaher, Bargains" tried everything that was recomQuality mended to me for this complaint but New Edition Just Published for the 4 Season Considered nothing did mo much good, until .s about four moths ago I saw SENT FREE UPON REQUEST kb the Tablets advertised and proCheapest J. B. LIPf 1NC0TT COMPANY cured a bottle of them from our druggibt. I soon realized that I had WASHINQTONSg-f'-'in'the em PHILADELPHIA To-da1913-191Cham-berlain- COST OF GOOD READING l I 'I gotten the right thing for they nt onco. Since taking two bottles of them L can eat heartily without any bad effects." Sold by all Dealers. help-ed'n- ie the saute time. to fcuv. w ft . To Prevent Blood Poisoning if vau want u scnvluL' machine, write for JPPly at once; the wonderful old reliable VK our latest cutulotrue beforoyou purchau). M)KTI5IfSANTlBIJITlCIIAI.INOOII.,asur. leal drcsilue that relieves paiu and heals at Tto New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orae, Mass?. Not a liniment. ISc. 50c. !.. Hrt-fnrr- Kepuoncan. s,ninP out crncy In Kentucky. nIonB were beginning to show too a decided perllnr moLey In ndrnnrr. Ckorrh Notlrra for errlrc" free, lint otliw Increase In Imports, the record for .V per line. cborcb May being $30,000,000 more than Anonymous coinmunlcntlorm will reoelrc this line Inquire Into (lie conditions Bmrd nrrordinc to Uw t tie Poitofflf U,irroundIng a legislature which will HM!ord, Ky., n mail mnttr ot the Mcond put this burden upon the school children of our State. C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor Whnt Hie Reduced Tariff Is Doing. ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor From all sources come statements rf dissatisfaction with the results to i hat the new Tariff act Is producing Address all communications ' W lllln tlir nplmnfit' 1tsiftl fnr U Mi Die Hartford Republican. it .was enacted, the reduction of the high cost of living, has, to say the NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Jn Pnbcrller !clrluir the paper rrnt to n new least, not been accomplished. ddrrM roost e'ro the oli) biMitm In making the fact, after a year's trial, the cost i rj2crt. of living Is higher than ever. In the Boilnoi" I.ornl ami Notice 10c por line nnd Sc meantime, statistics previous to the iidilltlonut Insertion. prr Use for Oliltnanv. limitation nnil Card ot Thank.: outbreak of the hostilities abroad CtfWfW, 111 m-- mght wth somc ndvnntagc V I m AilWf.a v; forxwr I Of Ladies' and Misses' Coat J 'SjVJmlw'- - ra. Suits, Skirts, Dress Goods no Attention. Cim."berl&a. . rumeis' VV- i.vs.o.l L3 0 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. Being an American citizen In these days is a stroke of genius. Who ever thought we would have war tax when we are at peace? Those European powers are reducing each other's standing armies ttjrigit. 4 Why are the Germans so bent on going to Paris and the Russians to Berlin? IV. the result of which We have not The question of "who started the learned. Considering the difference war" has beeil changed to "who is in the cost of labor, however, in 15 , going to stop it." lilts C&ulilry With that prevailing In Af'Germany, the wonder Is that there should be so little difference in the Tertitle naval disaster reported sunk, all two bids. A Tariff that permits forbakeshops Six German eign manufacturers to compel with pretzels on board lost. Americans in the same lir.o of bus admit iness as in this case "13 A candidate should"hever radically that he has hay fever. It smacks wrong, and the American skilled latoo much of aristocracy. borer will doubtless record his obThe President" has- Intervened to jection to such by hla vote next Noprevent a war tax on whiskey. What vember. Marine. Journal. about placing it on Bryan's "grape -'- Building a peace monument over a powder magazine is a short sight- trrpttmnn ed policy. for tho corresponding month of last year, while during the same month this year our exports decreased by over $32,000,000. Both of theso Items arc In a way an explanation of our idle factories, shops, and manu- liacturing industries mat lias rearmy sulted in our of unemployed. A concrete example of new Tariff conditions, so far as marine supply houses is concerned, was recntly given when bids were called for installing a kerosene engine in the new lightship No. 9S, building by the Racine Truscott-Shell-LaBoat Building Company. A German firm was the lowest g bidder for this engine, the lowest American bidder only $250, however. A protest in favor of the American bidders in (Cambridge, Mass., was lodged with the Treasury department by Con- ever-increasike under-estimatin- and Ginghams Our Advance Showings V Mat??i( " s III 1 and Woolen Piece Goods are ready for your consideration. This Store has always been right up to the minute with fashion's latest decree in all kinds of Wearing Apparel and this reputation must be maintained. Ready-to-Wear Of Ladies' We Invite You ' so HnTiarfci tt Mica.i1,t..J ' Si4.'V MlfflJk. ' In for a look at all of the new things in Ready-to-Wea- r, also our advance showings in Millinery, A new fall Hat will be in good taste now. A look now may mean money in your pocket when you get ready to buy, as well as more satisfaction and after you have bought. sec-vi- ce It costs you nothir f32 to look. We're proud of our stock and we love to show you. Juice?" J EARNERS "By the President of the United Toe star spangled"banner"now has its bands full. It is looking after the States of America. "A PROCLAMATION. Interests of the world, and don't "Whereas, Great nations of the 3hoiM Vote for care whether anybody "salutes" it world have taken up arms against or not. one another and war now draws Stand for tie TbomasRhea, State Treasurer for millions of men into battles whom Kentucky, running steadily. Democratic State Cam- the counsel ot statesmen have not Against the World. -- A Cheap It. K. Hato. paign Chairman and candidate for been able to save this terrible sacthe Republicans stand Kentucky State Fair, l.ouisviilo, pledged to save the manufacturing the Democratic nomination for State rifice; and ' Ky.. Sept. Industries of ihe United States. To- 1914. Round Trip Auditor. "Whereas, In this as In all things The boss, first .of all. nates to lose day the Dem0crats openly proclaim faro from Hartford, JInrtford, Ky., President" has "set Oct. 4 for it is our privilege and duty to seek his good workmen, and after Unit he The $3.35 dates of sale Sept. 12 to 19, that the Tariff will be lowered even this country to pray 'for peace. Why counsel and succor of Almighty God, does not want to lose any of his more. return limit Sopt. 23. "wait until then? In the mean time humbling ourselves before Him, con- boys. The way to keep everybody is We urge our readers to vote for H. E. MISCHKE. Agent. .the President is going ahead with fessing our weakness and our lock to give thm steady work. those who stand for the United of any wisdom equal to those tilings; the war tax, just as though our Tho result of the desire to keep States against the world, and vote A TEXAS WONDER. prayers would not be answered. Lack and the men was the adoption of the "tac- against those whose foreign Instincts Tho Texas Wonder cures kidney an "Whereas, It is" the special "wish tics" of "dumping" as many goods of faith. bladder troubles, dissohcj grcne), and longing of the people of the as possible upon the foreign markets. lead them to be willing to sacrifice If high prices were in consequence United States, in prayer and counsel the Industrial future of our great cures dltbctes, weak tnd lame backs, by selling nation in support of a theory of of the "robber" Tariff during the ad- and all friendliness, to serve the This was accomplished rheumatism, and all Irregularities of enormous quantities of goods at cost, which has always reministrations ot McKlnley, Roose- cause of peace; tho kldnejs and bladder in both men and tho beneficial results to our wage velt and Taft, pray what is responsiAttest: and women. Kegulates bladder trou"Therefore I, Woodrow Wilson, earners were felt throughout the sulted in industrial woe, lack of work, lack of money, lack of food S. T. HARNETT, President. ble now that the "robber" Tariff is President of the United Slates of bles In children .If not sold by your United States. e and loss of that manhood which Is W. S. TINSI.EVSecrctary. off the books and the 9t2 druggist, will S8nd by mall ou reAmerica, do designate Sunday, the When the manufacturer found the result of having money in our ceipt of $1.00. One small bottlo Is Underwood "Tariff" is on? Consum- fourth day of October next, a day Not lee Pay Your Taxes! two months' treatment, and seldom ers are being robbed more than be- of prayer and hiippllcatlon, and do that home demands were satisfied pockets and plenty to eat llostoir and that there was u danger that the I, or one of my dcnutlos will bo falls to perfect a fore. Marion (la.) Register. cure. Send for tesrequest all persons to mill or plant would be forced to shut Wage Earner. aP.tUe precincts named below on tho timonials from this nnd other staton. repair ou that day to their places down, throwing the men out of work, A committc selected by the I'L'IIWO I.KTTl.Vtf. following dates to receive your tax: Dr. E. W. Hall, 2UJ15 Olive Streot, St. of Kentucky to raise funds of worship, there to unite their pe- and with the possibility that the best Ohio County Court, Saturdoy, Sept. 12, Droadway, Mc- titions to Almighty God, that, over- men might seek permanent Jobs M. n. Rarnard) for the State exhibit ut the Panama Henry and Taylor Mines. Exposition next year, is about to ruling th counsel of men, setting somewhere else, the manufacturers ) Notice vs. Monday, Sopt. 1'4, Rockport. eend out a number of school girls straight the things they cannot gov- would sell a big order in Canada, or Public Levy, ) Tuesday, Sopt. 15, Reaver Dam ern or alter, taking pity on the na- in Europe, at a price which would on a begging expedition over the Notice Is hereby given In above and Ce'ralvo. State. Including every county. Isn't tions now in the throes of conflict, only cover the cost of production. styled proceeding pursuant to law, Wednesday, Sept. 16, Smallhous. r this a greater disgrace than to be in His mercy and goodness showing In this way the mill would be kept that the undersigned will on SaturThursday, Sept. 17, Point Pleasleft out entirely at San Francisco a way where men can see none. He running, the men would have steady day, tho 2Gth day of September, ant. vouchsafe His children healing peac employment, and there would be no 191,4, between the hours of 10 a. 'ni. next year? Friday, 'Sept. 18, Centertown. again and restore once more that suffering from being nut of work. and 2 o'clock p. m at the court Monday, Sept. 21, Ilef'lln. Those of our cltlzenswho were re- concord among men and nations Under a Protective Tariff the home house door In Hartford, Kentucky, Monday, Sept. 28, Duford and sponsible for the coming of the ag- without which there can be neither market would furnish enough busi- let at public 6utcry to tho lowest Dea'nfield. gregation which held forth last week happiness nor true friendship, nor ness at profitable rates to balance and best bidder the construction of Tuesday, Sept. 29, Taffy and Heron the corner of Main and Union any wholesome fr.ult of toil or Streets, have no doubt, repented in thought in .the world; praying also the periods when the plant made no the improvements directed to be bert. money under cost production. made herein as follows: The tnx books for the above dates "sack cloth and ashes'; and we feel to this end that He forglvo us our All this the Republican Embankment bulldcd across tho will not be nt Sheriff's office on leaders sure our city authorftles' will not sins, our ignorance of His holy will, slough between land of Amanda anil dates mentioned. allow it repeated in (he. future. Such our willfulness and many errors and know, and so do the Democrats, but second, .an em S. O. KEOWN, Sheriff. exhibitions, besides being a nuisance lead us in the paths of obedience to thero haB to be some big national R. D. Dennett; political issue; and for years the bankment and culvert across tho in the neighborhood to the citizens places of vision and to thoughts and e Peyton slough; third, dn 'embankTaxes Due For 1914. who happen to live in the Immed- .counsols that purge and make wise. Democrats have demanded or lower Tariffs. ment and culvert across slough of iate vicinity, are a distinct set back We have received the tax books an of succer j&tally feeding horses ill- fwitness whereof I have hereun"In Every time the Democrats have Elgin, or Dond Uros., farm; fourth, to the genral morality of the town. roaVly to g've you a receipt. fcrs sor to set my hand and caused the seal gotten Into power the Tariff is Acwhat from the at an embankment across slough near are now Every two years the Kentucky leg- of the United States to be affixed. tacked, with a result, first of all, the barn of C. U. Sullenger; fifth Please call at this office at your earFEE AJNW OK 'CATTLE, SHEEtV liest convenience and settle. "Done at the city of Washington that the "tactics" of manufacturing an embankment acros islature passes a law or creates a new the slough S- O. KEOWN, which changes Commission, the this eighth day of September. In tho at cost have to be dropped by the just above the abutment of Hartford JJrBP ot poultry. Horses are fed o Sher'fX Ohio Co. year of our Lord one thousand nine manufacturers. 52tf. school books for every child In the Drldge across Rough river; sixth, aVHs them to do the most work. State. By these constant and needless hundred and fourteen, and of the At once the factory and mill work- embankment and culvert across the Knpatu Suld to lie Active Again. Atole are fed to produce milk or In- changes parents' are forced to pay independence of the United States er feels the loss ot employment. Then Taylor slough on land of W. O. and Washington, Sept. 8. Official dls arcaao Weight. Sheep .to increase out thousands of dollars which go of America the one hundred and the freight handlers and railroad R. Holbrook; seventh, an embank patches telling of tho cuttlr tle produc-'tlo,. Hvofgh't, and poultry, forfeed adaptedn to enrich the book companies. Many thlrty-nlntmen of all classes feel the curtail- ment and culvert across what is 'off ot Mexico City's water supply of eggs. 1 handle tat for 'every purpose. "(Signed.) WOODROW WILSON. ment of shipments, and thus a Dem- known as Joe Jeff Dennett slough; of these parents, owing to the hard three days, presumably by Zapa ,LJt us, Buggeat "By the President: ocratic Tariff wrecks the carefully eighth, an embankment and culvert bands, concerned Administrate n 'tof- - the kinds from which" you will get tines are unable to meet these de"WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN. balanced works by means of which across slough on Qpo. Phlpp's land; ficlali becauso they reflected mands and are forced to keep their the "best results. tfltu "Secretary of State." the big plants run steadily. children away from school and are ninth, an embaoknnt and culvert lentlew activity of the denied the benefits or the public Close upon tho heels of the loss across slough on land of V, S. laailav faltnurtntr ilia rnav For Hale. money. It Is time this thing . One small refrigerator. said Carson's land joins with Carrgriza represent In KOixi' of the work furnished by "cost pro' Trifc Produce Merchant abould be stopped. We have a duction" comes loss of work because laud of F. L. iFellx. condition. Call or addree v which is honestly trying to of the direct importation Into the The culverts to be of Iron ol the tain that E. M. WOODWARD. Carranza a IT'Vllhi 'Unite HARTFOftD, KENTUCKY- , I Looks like a general house, CCan. WashlUglbn; Seilh S'sfl-slden- t tng at Frankfort is in orjer'trom the" Wilson y slktieil ft Wocdamatlon report of State Examiner Oood calling oh lliS pCple qf the United pastor. Sides lb bVtty foe neace in Europe. Tlie President's 'proclamation sets ' Mad you- -1 BBUced how jtilet t'lVe aside Sunday, October 4, as a day of buffraketles have been sljice the war prayer. fcommenced? They can('t stand a President Wilson's proclamation conflict. was as follows: to-datwo-Bid- October :TDe$IuUeT5a7 For Prayer IHmbd . E. F. BARNES & BRO. Beaver am, Kentucky. 'following dimensions: At Peyton slough, to be five feet In diameter; on Dond .Bros., land to bu feet In diameter; culvert In Tay- lor slough to be two feet In dlame-- I ter; culvert In Joe Jeff Dennett slough to bo five fet in diameter; culvert in Geo, Phlpp's land to bo four feet In diameter; culvert on Geo. Phlpp's land to bo two feet In dlam- eter, and the other on his land to be ot the same dimensions, and lastly culvert on the land of U. S. Carson to be four feet In diameter. There will be about 4,000 cubic feet of earth to be moved nnd put In embankments.. The work to be completed within sixty days after acceptance of bid. The work of construction will be let out one piece at a time nnd then as a whole and the lowest bidder will be accepted. Hoard of Draiuago Commissioners, Ohio County, Kentucky. FOR THE WAGE United 'States of miilfSns of dollars worth of foreign made goods, due ?o lowering the Protective Tariff rates, TO CONSIDER and once more curtailment is forced upon the manufacturers. The Tariff should be taken out of politics, but as long as it' is a matter Those Oriy Who of politics the wage earners of the country should elect 6'iily those who United States wlll keep our mills and factories To-da- In forming a strong central govern- Imcnt recognition by the United rt es will follow and tho now ad minis-tw- o tratlon will have sufficient military force to quell the Zapatta movement, The suggestion of the American i Government that the land reforms demanded by Zapata bo granted, It Is understood, will bo accepted by 1 Carranza. .. I Stat-culve- " y 14-19- .. ' Free-Trad- e, Free-Trad- J God-feari- J. Gor-ern- or Be Problem v i tM ft Free-Trad- - to-da- y J, rn w. E. EULis com-jgtesl- .:t..o cy 2 ' b i io-- V ntftUj)a wst-mi- tSVX US? IWv- - Just a Word LISTEN! Our of Look at our big line of Ladles' fine Skirts. HUH CLOTHING Co. Mr. II. T, Uor lias returned from a visit to relatives at Ccralvo. Attornoy Arthur Kirk has returned from a business trip to Nashville, Tenn. Call and seo A. II. Klrschbaum all wool Suits. HUH CLOTHING CO. Wanted Four School girl board .AMIS. B. II. PKNDLETON, ers. THE TARIFF IS STILL A VITAL ISSUE In FALL OPENING iss , x,.y Its Discussion Our Latest Ex perience Under Free-Trad- r&ikw"' 'mmmsmti HlSroi; :m lU .. - ir-- C. 'jj r J s li' i? . " r?I HI i v j i m j e Will Be Considered. Theories have been torn to shreds. The campaign of 1914 will be based on practical truths. A man needs 110 theory ,to tell him when his Investments are brlngliR no Income, nor to Interpret tho envelopu that brings his employment to a close. Jhe con ditions of y did not exist in 1012, when the Republican party was in power, and the country is full of men who realize that fact. Then there were good times. Nothing has happened In the meantime to make a change hut the change in national .id ministration. Therefore that must ho thtf causa, At the close of the last presidential campaign the Democrats announced with glee that the Tariff question was settled, thai lite country htfd decided firmly and finally to put asldo tho Republican doctrine of Protection and substitute for it tho Democratic theory of Tariff for revenue only. But the working out of that, policy hns proved that such a policy Is one of revenue for tho foreign manufacturer only, nnd with that the nation is not satisfied and never will he. Instead of being settled, the Tariff question will again be an Issue and a very live one. In it there will be a new note, that of experience. In the discussion of It there will be facts presented, not the rainbow pictures of those who see visions and dream ' ' dreams. . ' All over again will be tried out the Issue of whether a man or a nation having a legitimate and proper advantage shall sacrifice it in deference, to a theory; whether men who have income and employment shall surender them on. the ground that some, Imaginary better thing will take their place; whether It is wise to suppress that Instinct which bids a man to look after himself and his own. Indiana State Journal. to-da- Hartford, Ky. Es- first shipment Dr. le7 KoKcrs7-FordBvll- nnel quire W. S. Dean were In Hartford mi I Cloaks and Coat Suits is now on display. The very latest in style and material. Why not take advantage of this big assortment? Buy early. Get the pick. Our prices are always below our competitors. See the new Balma-caamodel in Cloaks. Besides these novelties in our stock of piece Tea (k goods in Woolens, Silks, ' S. " McCall Patterns Cotton Fabrics is sen- ,. 6i7(ReainotPoloDIse 6117, Skirt ono to none. pnqe, ,5 nts ,. Our regular fall Millinery Opening in a short time, but we have now on exhibition our ready-t- o wear Hats. If you are in a hurry, visit us and your needs will be supplied. Do this, and REMEMBER THAT IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A ft ready-to-wear, A '. i I Monday. A splendid baud will make music at the Ohio County Fair Sept. 2.1, 24, 2." and 2C. manageTho Ohio County-F- air ment hns arranged for a balloon as- censlon each day. Mr. Mcliunry liolbrook has returned to Chicago after a brief visit to relatives in Hartford. .Srliuol Hooks and Supplies ut Ohio County DniK Co., Hartford, Ky. Sent by mull on receipt of price- and post age. Messrs. M. L. Henvrln lillil W. II. Barnes were In UllstHbntlitown sev eral days this week On legal business. The new Methodist Church Is near-lu- g completion and It will he an ornament to the town and a credit to tho congregation. Mr. S. L. King and Dr. E. W. Pord were in Owensboro Tuesday In the Interst of tho Ohio County Farmers' Mutual Telephone company. Pleaso look for theTKa-Ko- n ad. on this page. Get In line with the thous100 per ands who drink cent satisfaction. You won't regret it. Mrs. Myrtle Co IT m an, 'who has been the guest of Dr. and Mrs. B. P. Tlchenor for several weeks, has returned to her home at Point PleasKa-Ko- a. WE HAVE JUST GOT IN DRAY LOADS OF NEW FALL GOODS. COME. SEE THEM. WHEN YOU DO. YOU WILL LOOK NO FURTHER BUT BUY WHAT YOU NEED RIGHT THEN AND HERE. OUR f NEW FALL NOUELTIES ARE NIFTY: OUR STAPLES RELIABLE; OUR PRICES LOW. WE DESIRE THAT THOSE WHO HAUE NOT BOUGHT ALL OF THEIR GOODS FRON US. AS WELL AS FALL THOSE WHO DO. COME. SEE OUR NEW KNOWING STOCK. OUR STORE MEANS , ant Mr. Herbert Felix days with old friends week before returning to resume his studies MAKING IT YOUR STORE. ' HOUSE THAT SAYES YOU MONEY. spent a few In town this to Lexington i L26b AGENCY have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording Agencies for the following Fire Insyrance Companies: Continental, ItlKl1 iflftn . -- !k.HJ liYililidi Til wfAtiTl DfV "" uura JtiarilOru, IMna, rnueuiAUiiuriuciitjr, uiiunniv.o, Wrln Ohiq county the business writteh in all the towju and villages in These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be'rpleased Veneer from anyorfe in heed of Insurance. Respectfully, 1 mm . mrmi at State University. Mr. J. W. Moseley has moved Into the Guenther property on Center street and Mr. A. M. Palmer will occupy the Weinshelmer property vacated by him. , The unveiling of the Ernie Williams' monument, which had been postponed, wilt lake place n't the Central drove Church at 1 o'clock p. in., Sunday, 'September 13th. ReV. W. II. Foreman has purchas ed the barber outfit ot the late John W. Taylor and fcis Jon A. P. Foreman, asslstei by Mr. Ben Taylor, will continue the shop at the same CARSON 6 CO. INCORPORATED. J A big- stock of superfine Timothy Seed 99 per cent pure which I - "'' I . For Safe. Hartford, Kentucky. will sell 'at reasonable prices. W. H. ELLIS, . 9t4 ,,,, FeedV&- - 'Produce Merchant Hartford, Ky. iNEW INSURANCE stand. i cHtf furnish aitythlttg in high cemetery monumental bods, etc., at low price's. R, AW JOHNSTON, Narrows, Ky. 8tf Mnr-bl- e Representative Continental and Granite Co., Canton, Ga. 'Gtt 13C I E. E. KIRKHEAD, Hartford Republican. . FIUDAV, HKI'TKMIIKIt 11. M. II. X K. Kullroad Time Tnbleit Hartford, Ky. L. & N. time card etTefctlVo Monday Aug. 21st. Ro. 112 North Bound 'lluo 7:19 a. in. No. 114 North liodhd duo 2:20 p. m. dally except Sunday. ( rjo. 11C No. 118 dally except Sunday. South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. dally except Sunday. 'SoUth' Bound due 1:16 p. tn. dally except Sunday. H. E. MISCHKB, Agt. rMr8. 'iohn W. Taylor has moved Ind. K 'Ladles' Coats and Coat Suits. HUB CLOTHING COjXJ, f,Mr. J. E. Park, Hartford, No. &, "was here Tuesday Mrs. John Blrcher is visiting rela-'tlvo-a at Irvlngton. ' Buy a Swan Hat. HUB CLOTHING CO. Esquire Wlnson Smith was here on business Monday. Mr. W. T, Taylor, Beaver Dam R. No. 3, was here Monday. Boys' Knee Pants. HUB CLOTHING CO. Miss MarfiTHardwlcK, Owensboro, Is visiting friends In town. lyoro attractions than ever at the Ohio County Fair this year. Mr. Wm.'Sanderrur, 01 Rob Roy, was In lo see us while In town Mon " day - has she will resume her studies at ScWrtfc :Hih Ifrgs Marlam n Holbrook re-.,.- no Rhnihwilla-where- College. The following members of Co. G,, has individuality that Is made for you. Ka-Ko- a Ky., Uniform Rank, members of Camp 202 W. O. W left soft drink possesses. Thirst quenching, no other Hartford Monday to attend the National Enhabit it's one that appetizing. Gee tho Ka-Ko- a campment at Union City, Tenn.: get you. won't lHglfrfA of Overcoats. Marvin Balrd. Captain; T. P. WilHUB CLOTHING CO. liams, Herbert Stewart, W. C. Llles, the L'rnlc Wallace, Hiram Duvall, H. C ou cannot afford Attest. Shown, Claude WhiM, Omar Wallaco, OTTO C. MARTIN, Chairman. 'Ohio County Fair Sept. llerschel Roadh. H C. Acton, Sail R. E. DUKE, Secretary. Miss Coren Plotter, Cromwell, ar- Shaver. Forrest Hudson, James Pir-tlschool. rived Sunday to HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Frank Maples, Ernest Caskey mile from Hartford. 133 3 acres iMIss Margaret Williamson, Wysox, and Berry Hawkins. acres 3 miles from Hartford. 100 school. has returned to i. acres 3 miles from Hartford. 75 The Republican has received anCall mid see Lion Brand Shoes. ncres 3 miles from Hartford. 125 nouncement of tho marriage of Mr. HUB CLOTHING CO. All Rough river bottom land In We have a shoe dross "Williams and Miss Cornelia the district. Please Mr S. L. Stevens, Cromwell, paid Chicago on September 6th. Pierce at 31J .& . stock that wilL certain- us If you want to sell or buy us a call while in town Monday. Young WIlllaniB Is a Hartford boy write land, ly please your eye, and. Mr. R. T. Collins hns returned who has' made good In the great HOLBROOK & PARK, Agts., from u business trip to Bridgeport, city and Is a son of the late G. B. it's all good, new stuff, Hartford, Ky. Williams, who was for many years 9tf Illinois. too. No old, hand- Mr. V. M. Htewart Dead. Mrs. J. V. Britton and liTtlo daugh- In business here. The Republican exm HtTG14k.VAl e shoes, worn, Mr. V. M. Stewart,. one of the ter have returned to their homo In tends congratulations. most prominent citizens of Beaver SaMnos, Cal. For Bale. but the very best and " Turley and son A good stock of Jones Brand of Dam died at his homo Tuesday mornMr. and Mrs. Ned latest, at the lowest were the, guests of relatives at Rock-por- t, Fertilizers. Call on me for your fall ing from a stroke of paralysis. Funeral services were conducted by Rey. , prices, quality considI will sell on reasonable Sunday. orders. A B. Gardner Wednesday .morning, W. E. ELLIS, or Lebanon, terms. Mr Walker Casey, ered We have Shoes after which the burial was at Sunny-sid- e Peed & Produce Merchant, Tenn., was tho guest of relatives Dam. Mr. for the whole family, Cemetery, Beaver Hartford, Ky. 9t4 here last week. Stewart was a member of the Baptist also a large stock of Mrs. Mary White, Charleston, Mo., Victims of Auto Accident. church and stood high in his comguest of her parents, Capt. Ladies' and Gents' FurIs the Covington, Ky., Sept. 8. John A. munity, ?Ie leaves a wife and daughand Mrs. $. K. Cox. Parlln, of Wyoming, president of the ter and numerous other relatives to nishings of all kinds. Miss Besslo "Gillespie has accepted Kenton Baking Powder company of mourn their loss. Give us a share of your -ta position as 'saleslady in the new Cincinnati, well known In business Notice. n trade. We'll certainly and manufacturing circles, and "Hub" Mote, Hartford. Orders, Ohio County Court, Spetwenty-fivwere Lacava, aged treat you right. Miss Baisy AVeddlng left yesterday Term, Sept. 1, 1914 Hon. John for GreenctfBtle, Ind., where, she will killed early today when Parlln's au- cial Wllsotl, J. O. C. C. Presiding, begin her third year at Do Pauw tomobile ran over a steep embank- B ment along the Horse Branch road, Allison Haynes, et al., University. Vs. Order. Sand ford town, Ky. Samuel Long, Mr. and Mrs. Martin D. Thomas prominent in society of Covington, Public Ditch or Drain, arrived Sunday from their bridal Tho Viewers having this day filtwo other women, who occupied 'tour and are-- 'hdw at home on Mul- and seat 6f the automobile, ed their final report herein, and, the rear berry street. Jumped, escaping with ouly mnor same having been examined by the daughters, injuries. Mr. E. P. Tnomas and Courtv and being in due fornvnnd In of said final hearing on the Court taow ap- hearing on said 'date Mrs. Peraiey and Mrs. Schroeter left The bodies of the dead wereaken accbrdauce With the laW, is Plain-HelreThe clerk of this court is ordered House door la Hartford, Ky aud in Wednesday to vlst relatives in to a morgue In CovlngtYjIgjJera-bankmen- t proval and ordered fled, and said to cause to be publish- - ftve conspicuous places in said drain-J- l New Jersey. where the accodent oc- port was examined by the Chief En- an ' Jfrectod 'of 'said final hearing in age district jtrtlfe Mrs. McKlniiey and children, of curred Is very steep and about ten gineer' and approved. Copy Attest: of a newspaper of general It Is ordered by the court tha$ Taylor Mines; Mrs. Shultz, Pleasant feet deep. Calls for assistance were W. C. DLANKBNSIHP. 'exc'ep'tfoiis' ojoutatlon in Ohio county, and by Ridge, vwere the guests of Mr. uud made by Long and farmers sent said reoort be set for Clerk Ohio County Court. I September 28th, 1914, und for final yoattava written or printed notice Mrs. J. P.' Sanflerf ur last week. word to Covlngtou. Hartford, Ky. Republican Committee V Meet." The Republican Wtecutive Committee forbhfo cotoaty is hereby called to meet t th' court house, Hartford, Ky:, 'on Saturday, Sept. 19th, clock p. m. The purpose 1914 at 1 of this meeting is to elect a campaign chairman and secretary for thfe campaign this fall and to discuss other matters pertaining to the welfare of the Republican party. This will be an open meeting to all Republicans and every Republican In Ohio county Is cordially Invited to meet and counsel with us. It Is very important that every member of the committee be present and we hope thy will arrange to do so. This SeSt. 9, 1914. to-mi- 23-2- e, er er iMercc-Willlnn- No Doubt About It levee-protect- Sf rvJ jgMg ipF lJ , - vrsms out-of.dat- mKGB ImrT TTfB Lll-llo- - e, "Hub" Clothing Co HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. d, BifcaufcwaftiT J three brothers, Henry, Fred and Conrad, all of whom are farmers of this .Schools. Is given for the Btutly In the moon- county. No reason The course of suicide, although It is known thnt light schools this ye'nr will Include, Miss Kolli had worried greatly over besides reading, writing, nrltlimctlc, some financial matters. drills In language, history, geography questions nnd civics, one hundred Young .Men um Orator. nnd answers in ench of the following make n good Can an old man presubjects: Health nnd Sanitation, by the Statu Hoard of Health; Npeech? I presumes thnt he ran, hut pared (Iocs It. Roads and Iload Hulldlng, prepared lie rarely America s first great spoecu was Terrell, Stnto ComIt. by Hon. Henry before he missioner of Itoads; Agriculture, pre- mnde by Patrick by Hon. J. W. Newman, Com- was forty. pared Robert Y, Hnyno was only forty-on- e missioner of Agriculture; Domestic when he delivered the philippic prepared by Miss Mary B. Science, Sweeney, Head of 'Department Do- which drew from Daniel Webster, aged flty, the greatest oration of mestic Science, State University. his long career. Henry Clay's most popular utterChamp Clatk on Illiteracy. ance in Congress came before he wns Speaker Champ Clark, who yvas forty. Abraham Lincoln's undying adonce a school teacher in' Anderson dress nt Gettysburg was mode when county, Kentucky, writes tho Ken- he, wns only tucky Illiteracy Commission of his Robert E. Ingersoll was still a experiences In teaching adult Illit- young man when In 1S7G he proerates in his day school In Anderson nounced his most frequently quoted county. He taught middle aged men speech, the one In which he referred who had returned from tho army, to Blaine as the "plumed knight." and other adults. Speaker Clark is Henry V. Grady's celebrated "New one of Kentucky's distinguished na- South" spech was poken by n young tive sons, and Is watching the illit- man. eracy campaign with great Interest. By far the most telling adress He sends to Kentucky teachers en- ever made by W. J. Bryan wns his message listed In this campaign a crown of thorns and cross of gold of hearty sympathy nnd good cheer. mi,', ctnlju ppr.cch when he wns only Course of Study In the Moonlight J i FREE yyitiHEv rgv-- N FREE HOTEL Directory onto cowiity R rofossionai POWMTAN uWASHMGTON, D.C. ItLOFAMERICAN C Memoirs of Napoleon ;; lilt. city where rood hottli bound, the PowhUn heads the A In It It first In the countrymen. heirti of Its Three Volumes SaSSMBflB :::;:?LBIlij; The Towh'atan it rcruicil, and restful. Its excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and II Streets, makes it a desirable headquarters for bridal couples, tourist parties, contentions, Schools and , ioIIckcs. The Towhatan attracts the yeoplc o culture and education. to State, War ami Navy Departments, also to man? of interest, historical points makes this hotel especially at tractive to a discriminating pub lie. The Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at $1.50, $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, 52.50. $3.00 and up. Write for booklet with map, CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. manager. This man caused the last general European wat lis personal memoirs, written his secretary, liaron l)e Meneval, are full of the most absorbing incidents, especially in view of the present great huro-pea- n struggle. I Court T. V. MrUicwl, Judge, lion D, Him?), Attoninj; U 1. Mldklff, Jailer; K.i 0. Harniss, .Clerk, M. 13. lllrkhend, Aliwlor Com missioner; H. T. Collins, rriiHieo Jury Ktintl; S. O. Keown, Sheriff. S. A. UnitclU'r; Hartford. office deputies- - .Mib. S. O. Koown nnd Utimort) Keoun. Court consents first Monthly In I'eliriiury uiitl continues threo weeks; third Monday in April, two wtvks; third Monday In October, two weeks. County Court John II, Wilson, Clerk; Judiro; V. C. Illiinkeiirililp, C. 13. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first .Moiulty In ouch mouth. (Ju.irterly Court U(lns on tho first Mommy In every month. Court of Caliiis Comeiiea first Tuesday In January and first Tuesday In October. Other County Officers C. S. Mo-lo- ritvult Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will praotlco his profession In UtU and adjoining cntntieH. CoimiuircJiU and Criminal Pnictice a Specialty. J s Barnes JIifm. W. & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. II. Il.irmw tmd Smith C. EL Smith umiounoe tliat Uiv) liivo form-- a uarUuTtslilji for tliu jimc-tic- e of lav, ercipt culmlnal and dlvor fifty-fou- r. by Survejor, 1'oiVlsvllIe, Ky., V. 1). No. 2; Tom lines, Assessor, acceja such practlou, OftUa in Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shults, Superin- Hartford Republican building, Harttendent, Hartford; Dr. A. U. KUey, T. II. Ucnton, ford, K" Coroner, Hartford; Hoitd Engineer, Hartford. 1 ! casos, .Mr. (Smith btdug Cvmivty Attor-n- y Is pMvvntwl frwin pwcLctug such K. cciaivi Mr. Ikirm will iuddvidually y, To Stump the State Apilnst Illiteracy. The list of one hundred speakers, to speak In various sections of Kentucky In the cause of stamping out illiteracy before the next census is taken, Is being made by the Kenat tucky Illiteracy Commission Frankfort, and Is almost completed. This will Include some of the State officials, and men and women prominent in educational circles of the thlrty-s- t. State. Ollle James Interested In Moonlight Schools. Senator Ollle M. James offers, through the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, a prize of Fifty Dollars to the teacher who teaches the best moonlight school this year, the Illiteracy Commission to judge it from Henry rmltt Brown, whose Oratory created a deeper Impression than that of any other Phllndelplilun in the last half century, was scarcely thirty when his most memorable oration wns spoken at Valley Forge on the 100th anniversary of the evacuation of that place by 'Washington's army. Of modern English orators, John Bright and William E. Gladstone talked extremely well when old men, but American orators appear to early. Philadelphia bloom very Ledger. ' the results: number enrolled, average attendance. Illiterates taught and general interest. This will be a reward and an honor for some teacher. Let some one In our county start a moonlight school and win it. Jefferson County in Lead. Jefferson County has more volunteers in Kentucky's illiteracy campaign than any county in the State. Jefferson county school graduates, one hundred and two in number, were the first class of common school graduates in the State to volunteer to each teach one Illiterate. Superintendent Orvllle J. Stivers and ninety-fiv- e of his teachers have volunteered to teach moonlight schools. Mrs. Will S. Hays, of Louisville, will see active service in the Jefferson county campaign, as will Mr. J. W. McConathy, who was President of the Kentucky Educational Association eome twenty years ago. m 1 Literal Theology. He was taking a tramp trip thru the country, and stopped at a farmhouse to get aglass of milk. Stepping up to the open kitchen door he saw within seated in a rocker a d old lady, spectacles on her nose, open Bible on her lap. "I see you're reading the Good Book." "When you get to my age It's a good thing to do. You know what the Lord says: 'Have your house In order lest I come.' " "You look as though you have your house as the Lord tells you to have it," said he, his eyes resting on hpr kindly, old face. "Pretty much so," she replied a llttlo wearily. "I've got all the rooms on the top floor calclmlned and papered, I've got new rag carpet In the dining room, and this kitchen floor has just been painted. But I haven't been able to get down Into the cellar yet to whitewash It. I guess, though, that if the Lord comes before I get around to it he'll remember that I'm an old woman, and he'Jl overlook the cellar." gray-hairem Farm For Sale. 150 Aorcs on Hartford and Rockpor road, 1 2 miles from Broadway and 2 miles from Ilockport. Schoolhouse on dJge of farm syid church near. Three roads pass dwelling house which is on Hartford R. F. D. .No. 4- Most of land perfectly level. Any ont desiring to purchase farm will do wfll to investigate. Price reasonable. Apply for further information JO BARNETT & SON, Agents. Don't Idiugli at but with Him. (By Stella M. Collart.) each day, from all the rest likes to play? to him, my hoy, That's faithful and sincere, And never, never O, be sure! Laugh at but with him, dear. Have you a friend To go to school That chooses you With whom he Then be a triend that calls for you If he should make mistakes at which To laugh you feel Inclined, Unless your friend can with you Find Woman's Body In Corn Field. laugh, Ind., Sept. C. The Scottshurp, Twill hurt, you'll surely find. body of Mlbs Mini Kolb. who has So do not joke at his expense, been missing" from liur homo lit VijVor cause a needless tear, enna, two miles south of this city, And hovel", liovuf 0, be sure! elnce last Wednesday, was found Laugh at but with him, dear. early this morning in a cornfield about a tmrter of a mile from her Quite often just through thoughthpme. Near tho body was found a -' -lessness email glass jar which had contained Small boys are most unkind; poison, "which Is believed,, tff have So listen just one moment, please, et jwallowed, by Miss Kolb. Miss And bear this fact in mind: ' Kolb lived with her brother, Henry If you would keep the friends you Kolb, but until last night he believhave ed that she had simply let. home to (I hope I've made it clear), Tislt their brother Conrad, wio lives Then never, never O be Bure! come five miles distant, as she had Laugh at but with them, dear. occasionally done this without informing Henry of her Intentions. Last night Henry Kolb learned that his sister was not at the, homo of his brother and he immediately start- The most economical, cleansing and ed a search. germicidal of all antiseptics la Almost Immediately a letter was found in the house written by Miss Kolb stating that she hud made up her mind to drown herself, bin that no one was to blame for her action A soluble AntiMptic Powder to but herself. She said that she wished diMolvefl in "water at needed. her property to be divided evenly b As a medicinal antiseptic for douches between her threo brothers and she in treating catarrh, inflammation or also left certain instructions regard- ulceration of nose, throat, and that ing her burial. A great, many people caused by feminine Ills It has no equal. then joined in tho search for Miss For' ton years thA Lydia E. Fiuklmni Kolb, although It was hardly believ- Medlclno Co. has recommouded.Puxtlno ed that she would carry out hor in their private correspondence with women, proves its superiority. threat of suicide. This morning, how- Women which have been cdred say who ever, her body was found as stuted. it Is "Worth its weight In gold." At Jlllss Kolb was about 30 years old druggists. C0c. largo box, or by mall. and Is survived by her mother and Tho Paxtou Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. SPECIAL TO WOMEN JUSTICES' COIKTS. Hartford, Tuesday aftLaw er ad Monday in March, Tuesday after yd Monday In June, Tuesday aftHARTFORD, KY. er ad .Monday In September, Tuesoil Monday In December. day after ASSOCIATED WITH M. U HEAVRkV L. A. 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Tho price is only 25 cents Ky. la.trneUta, Beanliral k4 ol a4 ruou, . tolls all ssoiit tbs Beat sarfeiu fit, a year. Ask for a samplo copy. 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. H.W.bekl)N, tM6Witi&oW.WL 2. T. Jt Broolis, Fordsvllle, Ivy. AND ALL THRQAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.. Courier-Journ- al 3. Ira Bozarlb, Olaton, Ky. Gompang O. Autry, Balzotown, Ky. 4. II. OUAKANTUED SATISFAGX0K31 Incorporated I 6. E. G, Austin, Prentiss. ua JttONEY ItEPTNDED. Rocbyort, Ky. 6. J. L. Brown, LOUISVILLE, HV. Ed. Shown, Just a In i nil red jctrs ago, his ambitions bathed the Continent in a sea of blood. France alone, under his leadership, fought Germanv, Russia, Aitria, Italy, and Great Britain anj iwi. ARTHUR D'.KIRK Attorney at i Get these Memoirs Free threc-voliu- Cleaned 111 t Pressed i Repairing neatly done. work special attention. Hats Repaired. for delivered. Wod-mbd- PREPAREDl rate per I month. 7a W. H. KILrbYil Hartford, TRADE-MARK- mSo WILL TAKE OUR Collier's Colliers in Cluba First Time Daily ihiw run-dow- FREE 'yr u $6 a Year Sunday Courier- - Journal $2 a Year Best Best Best Best Best National ESectric Bitters s NEWSPAPERS )$)j i"rJ State Market Reports Foreign Best Political Best Everything Best for Everybody .y r I - 1 SEEDS a i""'!' : Bal-mal- n, KILLthi COUGH !., "'. ?"'' !- H-- CURE the LUNC8 te-dt- yi Sec-rotar- y; jjiVVy,V,M-VMfcMM-MM1ri- L SENUIUUtNIS iir Dr. King's New Discovary F0RC8l!r5sH8Sfe. ti LVniwi V "" Hon! 'lu """ m Mil T!f!fiTWH CASTORIA For Infants and Children. to pray to God to bless Teutonic bound to be of first-rat- e Importance arms and give them power to on tho outcomo of the struggle view i iiiHii A1.C0IIOI. 1 lrui.i. slaughter tho enemies of his realm cd ns a whole. When Lord Kitche Alfilnlil.nwMMi.-'p..- i. In such numbers that victory would ner remarked, significantly, that ho perch upon the banners of his mil- enlisted for three "years, or for the HngllieSianacteoiulUiwc&tf lions. term of the war, lie must havo been In every church In Franco the thinking that tho Russian moves aloft I same God which has been ro slowly, but persistently. Invoked by Russians and GerOut of a somewhat stolid and stuPromofcr. Di'esllouIif s mans has been Implored In fervent pid present of a sudden emerges the and Risi Joniains nciatr tones to guide Gallic bullets straight city of Koenlgsberg, the place whero Oj)nim.Morphinc norJIteal. to the hearts of the enemy and aid they send Crown Princes in disgrace, Vris V iiiim.. swa ii.mv.uiiu rvtSm" In such carnage to the opposing and the place, too, that was the capagain may ital of Prussia In those fine old days ranks that tho J!rcipetfoUDcS.:nimzm float above Strassbtirg'nnd even be when the battling, bullying Hohen-zollerijr&rrae were putting It on the map flaunted above the palace of Pots its?"0 '! JfxkffeS:- dam Itself. a constructive piece of work, let All tills In Christian countries and us add, of the first order. There it EVao, was that an Elector of Brandenburg a civilized ago. There is, nothing holy in this war. crowned himself King later a suc lUitejtin tlwr. There never was anything holy In cessor of his, over yonder in Ver Aperfecl Remedy farfimsflpj any war. War Is barbarous, unciv- sailles, crowned himself Emperor. I Ion . Sour SlnnucIi.UlaiTlnc unholy, by whomever Towards Koenlgsberg, a most forilized and Vnrmsfnnw:!tinitt.ViTrM' waged and on whatever pretext. It midable fortress, a Russian army ncss nnd Loss OF Suz?. Can't) Is part and parcel of the brute In advances with what success we find TuSvOi Signanifcof man, a survival of the days when it hard to determine, but gaining reason was still struggling with ground, it would appear, pretty mental and spiritual darkness. To steadily. How considerable If the NEW YORK. say that God ever sanctioned war forco under Grand Duke Nicholas is or lifted a deciding voice in Insen- as little ascertainable as the total of sate conflicts betwen human beings counting his claims liberally, we merger hunrantccd under the uQH Is to deny tho very concept of God. tho forces In front of htm, but, MMMKHkUBtaMaia War Is a purely human Institution, that, at no distant date, Ger sprung from man's Imperfections many will have to strengthen her Exact Copy of Wrapper. citt. and his lack ot knowledge or ap- armies In Prussia. To do that she preciation of the Idea of God. must tako from thoso facing France For nations professing the reli- Hence the necessity ot a crushing gion of Christ to speak of a holy war ! blow that shall paralyze tho allies. is peculiarly anomalous and offenIt was In East Prussia that Naposive. If there. Is any ono lesson leon fought tho battles of Eylau and from the life and teachings of of Frledland. At Tilsit, at the very Christ which stands out abovo all zenith of his glory, ho signed a others it Is summed up In the words peace. Prussia now has tho chance forbearance, forgiveness, reason and to gather in same less disturbing peace. To wage war in the name dates. Louisville Herald. No Money of tho Prince of Ppaco and ask his inAdvnuco upon SutiNtao blessings rapine, murder, . . Dizzy? Ilillous? Constipated? (ion Cinnr Dr. King's Now Life Pills will spoliation and pillage is irony so auteed colossal, presumption Co damnable euro you, cause a healthy flow of LowentNet that It Is a wonder that those super Dllo and rids your Stomach and Paolorjr Pr!oi)M stitious enough to believe that he Bowels of waste and fermenting K a H i oh t would answer prayers for ahl in body poisons. They nro a tonic to Terms A such a cause would not fear the re- your Stomach and Liver and tone Saving of taliation or punishment of the Old the general system. First dose will SlOO to $2 0 0 Testament thunderbolts from heav- cure you of that depressed, dizzy, From Fnc and constipated condition. p P A. STARCK en wiping them from the face of bilious tory Direct 25c. all Druggists: the earth. No, this war Is not holy. There IH YOUR There Is Dtit One Cause. Is In It nothing of the divine. It QWH HOME Conservative estimates show fully is entirely "human, all too human." Wn trill nltln vmi .1 ItAnnflfnt Srnrnl DiiM.. ii ,i..u' .nA - -- i I nor ?o cash payment required. All we ask is that vou will nlav unuti. use It Is a result of human ea lousy, self- 25 per cent of Idle hands. The Tariff jml test this )lano for 30 days If. nt the end of that time, you j net find It the ishness, envy, revenge and lust, man is directly accountable for It, and the inquest Krnile. .iwectest toned ami llnst jdur.a In every way, Mutt you have ever ivn for the money, you are nt perfect liberty to -- end it li.irlc. nnd ' will. In that going back centuries, receding far present administration has a big bill jeent, pay the frpi;lit both ways. This Starck Piano must make good with you. from," that spiritual condition In to answer to when going before the ji iiu re in no uic. which he may hope to approach court of last resort the voters. Sava $150.00 or Mors Easy Payments We thin direct to voti from our fjrtnrv. At Ton pay n cash dvn, but after SO daya God. It is a slap on tho face ot the There Is but one cause for an hour's prices tlut uvp vou upward. ot $160 f'O In th3 of trial, ou ran begin payment on ths low. almighty, a challenge to the very 'curtailment in the Textile industry. Ve guarantee to furnl.li cwt ot your piano. raslett terms ever auxseated by a piano et, yiKi a piano far the money than can manufacturer. These ttrma are arranged to That is tho Tariff. With our increasauthority of God. You r auit your contnlraee. and it ire i Ivwhrrr. tsatisfactory tweet toned assured of )nijrodj you to buy a pMno for your Is MSlbte for power and be more Insolent, Noth- ing population calling for the product djrable high ing could hoanr, without more piano. rrlulnir ths money. . . Illogical, more fantastic than the of 400,000 bales of new cotton each . diarcK prayer of king3 and emperors that year, and no appreciable increase in l!ayarniiiM 2nd - Hand iirealni Fre--v BUrrk Pltno U God fight upon their sides and help productive equipment, every cotton Starck ire We hate ron.'.anllr on hanj rurtntee.l for 21 yean, the bet and mot oeautl Urjre ouikIkt it ulixhlly uei them slay thousands of his children mill should be running full time. 'fan ifuaran- t- tu Sct Plan-jon tta t ieconil hand piano of aH ful Player ot It our S$ yvm ot pl.m ani market. You will be de and plunge millions of others Into The demand for cotton fabrics is p tinier, an J the refW undard make, taken in tlghtcd with the many ex Utlon of nn old etulill.hei It Is Imperative from for new Starck PlinH clusitQ featuren of the sorrow and bring them face to face not responsible pi3 houne. t Th follow. and wonderful Instruments, anil birth to death, so that with the inwith starvation. Ins are a te umpli bargalnai will be p!ea.-with the 50 Frti Muslo ery low pricw at which ".$110.00 Weber Let us face facts, and cal things crease In population from natural Lissons 91.00 iney can oe aecurea. Steinwav by their real names. This is not a sources, eliminating the alien, therr Plant look Frei Chickering 90.03 To CTrv oarchiur of holy war It Is a devil's war should be a pronounced increase In Rtarck Pianos, wo Rire frre Send today for our new 93.00 Kimball beautifully Illustrated piano music Itftoiii. In one of brought about by the devil in man. demand rather than a falling oft. 199.00 lipok which given you a Shrek the best known schooU In We would have to add 10 per cent a Ihlcttgo. lare amount of Informs-tlohne lratoni rou Send for our latest complete pianos. year to productive machinery for fn take In our own home. isecond hand bargain list. , book regarding Interest This by mall. Thli reprwenu will and please you. one jear'i free Inatruction. cotton goods demand it we had a Write today. V. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1843 Starck Bldft.. CHICAGO sane Tariff that Protected the doFor Infants and Children. mestic trade and gave It to domestic 72)9 Kind Yon Havi Always Bough. workers in home mills. As It is, over $18,000,000 worth of Imported dry Bears the goods In excess of the same poriod last Signature year have been thrown upon tho market since January 1. Owing to tho action of tho present administraHistory Is Ileitis Made. Delglum Is so well traveled by tion we are going to pass through THIRD NO. 12036 SECOND NO. 1114 Americans; so Immortalized by his- a period of curtailment whereby AmIttf j on hold cliauro o. R257 hcml It to us nt once untl Kpt the tory; so compact a show-plac- e of erican cotton mill operatives will Free Barrel of lace-wor-k cathedral spires, of fasci- lose $10,000,000 in wages while 'OIl QUAJsITV" OK $05.00 IN' CASH. nating hotols-dc-vlllof terraced full time and overtime to supply Ampalaces, museums and what not, that erican demand. Fibro and Fabric. 2nd or rd Numhor.s send them to us pud you If jou hold Seo nsree-ineono reads ot its devastation and disMill Ket the prl.o If the winner fall to claim It. tress with a sense of personal loss. Bargain Wooden Lex Causes Man prlntetl on tho rhances. Trouble. Cash Why couldn't they find some less o ship direct to Kentittky points HUM I IM HICK, Sayvllle, Long Island, herewith per cent of tho order, shipped with ull favored corner in which to loose the to the vnluo of 8 makes a bid for greater fame than dogs ot war? mail orders. Why couldn't tho nations make a it now hath. Wallace Raynor, of Sayring In some corner ot tho earth re- vllle, had one ot his legs cut oft by Owensijoro, Ky, P. R. LANCASTER 1 CO., mote from tho Innocent bystander? a railroad train. He got well,- and "OLD W. 8. STONE" "l'KEMIKK PURE" "OLD QUALITY", then advertised for a second-han- d that scorns to bo tho Idea. 2 Dallartificial limb that somebody was Tho great advantage of the e a ns is that they Iio away from the through using. A man at Babylon answered tho beaten track. Ask the first man you meet whethor Uolgrade or Buch- "ad." Ho and Raynor had a conferarest is tho capital ot Servla and, un- ence, and tho result was that tho OVER 6S YEARS' Bacabee'a "Full ot Life" Northern GrotM Babylonian loft, tho conference the EXPERIENCE Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of 38 years at til very recently, ho would give It ucccasful seed arrowing behind them, it payi up. Aud few indeed are the globe- smiling possessor ot $35, while RayBklant the best trotters whoso familiarity with the nor left it tho even more smiling Seasonable Specialties: BBAN8 nine Danube extends boyond 'Vien- poRiunsor ot a shapely wooden limb. Bushel Red Valentine . . Earliest .. hushel Refugee Extra Early He went home, tried It on and na, where, by tho way, it Isn't bluo New Stringless Cretit Pod . Ij.50 Bushel tried to walk. But it proved to be a Bushel k Wardwell'a Imp. Kidney Was At all. Bushel Davis New White Wax . . Traos Maim As It happens, Indications nro not coi'lray limb. It Insisted ou Undoing lisTBiinHi Currle'a Kust rroof Wax . ttja Bushel "MBiiainuTt Aft. when he wanto.l to, walk, an 1 did PBAtl. 1 l Bushel lacking thut perhaps tho most Extra Early Alaska 50 lecrlptlon All Iron Hind! tin a r'ttch and tmm WnALnAPmay lot of other things that so upect i moves on tho military New Early Gradus . . . . i lj 50 Bushel ..A4aa i.n iinlnlnii ttl Horsford's Market Garden . j I3.50 Bushel checkerboard uro being played on a him ho went to his doctor.. Now he ! Lightning Express I hxxt Bushel Buckbee's ft Lattucak KaaHih. Toauto ana a full line f field almost as llttlo known as were has enguged a lawyer aud Is going to uats taken ttruuyh Munn th to. rtCvlTt deeds, yissts and Bulbs at lowest trowing pricsa. istssotka, without ebune, tu Our sue that man from Babylon to get Send for comDlete catalosrue or submit a list f the banks ot tho Yalu River. your requirements and wiuquote prices. tttfTtc maaVI eyes aro glued to tho peripatetics of his $35 back. Tho doctor told him Buy direct from the grower Save Money. , . it, ...... wooden leg bad been Write today. Mention this paper. King Albert's pocket kingdom, but the second-han- d Eton otjuiy eientlflo JouniaJ, I lour antua,l. taOUbraltataradulen. York who will deny that, If the face of built for a woman.-tNe- w war is to change, it Is rather to the Tribune. sWaackkwM., iMatotJt. CASTORU The Kind You Have Vistula than to tho Meuse that wo "A Dcvll'n War." Russia's Czar, "Infalllahlo" head must look for that event? The hosof tho Greek Church, In his capaci- tilities In that region havo been In ty as God's vicar on earth, took his great measure' lost to view. Llego place at tho altar In tho ancient tem- mado such a gallant story that we ple at Moscow, and proclaimed that had no tlino for Leraberg. Unfamll-larltwo suppose, made East Prus his hosts are now engaged In a "Holy War." sia seem a great deai further than Germany's Kaiser, in calling his even tho Far East. legions to hatle and demanding tho Nevertheless, it is precisely in active support of ovcry ahlo bodied that region that a campaign Is in progress, the lnflucnco of which is man in tho fatherland, asked his y, It Always Helps Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use I sub-cc- ts Always Bought Bears the Signature of w lV crfu!-nes- w cofl-dent- ly CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. trl-col- il' Use Get a Bottle Today! tWJ Mf M M1 , For Over M MJ MJ ml IMJ M1 KM) IMI tVl Thirty Years CASTORIA dis-gatli- cr JAMES & CO., .First Class Lriveryi-tier-i Centertown, - Kentucky.' Prompt Attention and Good Service.. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, Starck Pianos OUR CLUBBING RATES, .$1.35 The Republican and Louisville Herald..'. . 1.76 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm The Republican and Twice - a- WeekOwensboro Inquirer 1.75 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The kepublican and uaiiy uwenBooro inquirer The Republican and Twice -a - Week O'boro Messenger 1.75 L75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.60 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Globe--Democr- 0 OAYS' FREE TRIAL 1 d-- r t Address all orders to Player-lMan- THE REPUBLICAN- WHY NOT MAKE one-side- d. PIaycr-Plan- d $200." a MONTH 1 - - That's $50. a Week, almost SIO.00 a Day n CASTOR I A NO. 5257 WINS of& e, nt Selling Victor Safes and fl boxes io mercnauis, aoctora, lawyers, uentisis ana farmers, all of whom realize the need. H ota sale, but ao not Know noweasyitlstoown one. Salesmen declare our proposition one ot money.makluK opportunithe best, clean-cu- t ties ovoc received. Without previous experience YOU can duplicate tho success of others. catalog, Our handsomely lllutitraU'd will enable jrou to present the sul ject to customers tu as flitereistliiff m. manner ss thmiffh you were piloting; them through our factory. Men appointed as talesmen receive advice and instructions for selling saira. Rhing convincing talking points which It la Impossible for a prospective customer to deny. vVbf don't YOU bo the first to apply from your vicinity before someone else gets the territory! We can favor only one salesman out of each locality. The 25th anniversary of our company was celebrated by erecting the most modern in the world. Wideawake men who received our special Bellini; inducement, aKawWBatBMBRS9S&aBSaVBaMjai4BSBS rid 1 1 ueceiti." is Otir output. We ars) awnsjtst many thousands of dollars am larstncour sales organliatloa but to learn all particulars), will coxt you only tUi prlo as postal card. AsV. for Calalogua 16T. B News well-to-d- o sHssssssaatHSHrffBflHi tsic iti JCasffinasHBassssanfliSiM f Cou-jtoii- THE VICTOR SAFE w Our Horn. Capacity & LOCK 00. 20,000 Safes ma Annually. CINCINNATI, OHIO - SEEDS 11 Sl.a.M. r.ll.tSSCadBdskaam. ' IWL. Tui!r2fu2 1 uu aaiu I uih,Setai.B..sfll4i4.aru'.h I rwu a, SttnlMw Dte.l Tull,, fMtM SiUf, V.rti.1.1 1 rnww, wvaa m WMa ajMuau, I ffviuM TWI.VUUS I awtr m Uit.1!m, tlDAMAlSTaCn TJ PTJLaBsC fe-rf-ar MtmOoa tklt ftsaar Writs ws3.ri la, aaaria-- ... w MM. lUlllnHj B UMMMlM.tlSM.UMIM -:; ..-- .. .. .. ." n. a .1.r SUM rMIMM. MCWM. WIM f .1. IMUUi U..WI UIU. ' mone refuadwL trl&l will maka you a Dennanent eiu- - ' tnniftr. Hatlif aatloa auaraataad or Tour i Madat j SPECIAL OFFER'. A' kalld New Baalaeu. aWUMtVS MJLBS SUCCEED. BULB Mosey and Keep n Style by Reading McCall'. 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Iwio, AUJ i laluoulq Information on nil lionui aud per' Ouly smial u ycjr Inrludlnx Jl THE t ' !- OHIO COUNTY Begins Wednesday, Sept. 23-Four- Days. ..GREAT AND I FAIR BIGGER BETTER THAN ol ,i, vni-inn- c frnr-tinns- . 7 -- EVER BEFORE! , attractions this year giving tour days of great enjoyment. The Speed Rings offer chances for .There will be unusual .;n fr As lisiuiL it will lift ji orrfijit ninetirier nlnnn ni sil1 Vimirls i nf iu wwj uc ilmi a filial 0 some nue ruuiug. 'rK, mcic wm k vmi relatives and acquaintances. The Ohio County Fair has always been an event of great enjoyment and this will be no exception. Make your arrangements to go. For further particulars, call on or address t Tit u T R Rraifi. Mnrinarer. the Democratic tfeket. Former Speaker Joseph G. CanBASE BALL DOPE non apparently has won the Republican nomination- for Congressman from the Eighteenth District. Lorals Win Suatfast. senatorial For the Republican After dropping two hard fought nomination, Senator Lawrence V. games to Green's Nebraska Indians Sherman, who Is seefcfag to be rethe Hartford team came back Sat- turned, apparently has a safe fend urday and defeated the fast Graham over William E. Mason, former bunch 1Q to 9. It was one of those United States Sonutor, ft Is estimatold time swatfasts and was enjoyed hand ed that he will run lff.000 votes by the fair bunch of bugs on ahead of Mason in Cook County. to witness, perhaps, the last game of Raymond Robbliitf was unopposed1 the seasoa at Easi End. Withrow for the Progressive nomination for did the hurling for Hartford and was Senator. assisted In the battery stunt by Interest in Sullivan's candidacy) Blankensblp. Long started for the was increased a few days ago thru, visitors but met with a rather warm the receipt by Cook County Demo reception from our sluggers and re- crats of a letter from Secretary' tired la favor of Miller. Yours truly. Bryan urging the defeat' of SulJack Thorpe did the receiving for livan. Graham. Both teams had on their The woman's vote was very light. batting togs but had Withrow's supla some precincts not one put in' an: port been up to the standard the appearance. score would have been more one-si-d ed, several of the hit off him coming after the side should have been FOR FLETCHER'Sretired. Single in the first and second and homer3 by Brown and Bar- . nett in those two irames Ba SAUTKMlK.s xi:w IUG SHOWS. home team a six run lead and. at Thursday. Sep- - Hartford, Ky. I K ic l ffi offensive tactics undertaken In the last day or two by the allied armies have had the effect of forcing the Germans back at various points In line, which extends from London, Sept. S. A Post corres- the battle a ew miles east of Paris to Verdun, pondent, wlrng from a point not a distance of about 200 miles. given in the dispatch, has seen a letter from a high German .officer Bordeaux reports officially that invalided home. In which he states: "The war Is not going quite as the British army has crossed the that the ac expected and the resistance of River Marne and twenty-fiv-e Germans miles. the allied forces is extraordinary. have fallen back beginning to feel nervous The efforts of the Germans to break We are the French lines on the Ourcq Riv:as to results. officially reported to "The "German losses are terrible, er are likewise Ohe emperor 'has have failed. so terrible that forbidden their disclosure. Our gen-ea- ls Seemingly the Germans are short have h'fen wantonly wasteful of ammunition at the front and are with our men, who have been having difficulties in provisioning, down In thousands. ofto say and the French War Department . "While it is imopssiule ficially announces that "on She whole what our losses are, I estimate theni the Germans appear to be beginning at between 350,000 and 400,000. If a movement of retreat." they continue at this rate we shall lie quite unaule to meet Russia with The Russian and Austrian armies any hope of success." continue to oppose each other in a long drawn out engagement in the The battle novf raging east of Lublin district, Russian Poland, An Paris betwen 'the Allies and the Ger- official statement Issued at Petro-gra- d mans appears to be one of the most that both Australn declares that has and German troops have been disimportant and Jiard-fougoccurred so far. The sucess of the lodged from their fixed positions In Allies has been reported from all that section and have retired toalong the battje front, and in sev- wards the south. eral places tlio report was brought in that the Germans were short of The battlefield in France Is that ammunition. over which Napoleon fought In IS 14, The Germans are said to have entrenched camps on both with asked for an armistice to bury their wings and the centor. Paris covers dead, which'-wa- s .refused. the left wing, Chalons the center Verdun the right, while moAlong the Ourcq aud Marne River and bile columns of troops are ready to the British have engaed in a strong Join in tho fighting wherever the offensive uiovcmnt. line Is threatened. . and Montmirall seem to be the points Dispatches fron St. Petersburg of the chief engagements and there htate that the whole Austrian front the carnage has been the heaviest. Bug between the Vistula and the The Allies aim at preventing the Rivers is retreating and that only German turning movement, with a three fortresses now impede the mass of troops composed of many roaroh of the Russians. army corps. LATEST WAR NEWS .PRICES REDUCED Saturday, Aug. 1. Roadster - Touring Car F. $440.00 $490.00 mc-w-- 0. B. DETROIT. New Car Load in Stock at Children. Gry Madison ville. Buy Yourself a Ford at 1915 Prices , CASTORIA ht IU- -L added two more in the fourth and sixth, but this handicap failed to dishearten the visitors who tied the' score in the seventh and took a one-ru- n lead In the eighth. In tho last of the ninth, howcrer, the local secured the two needed tallies when Plummer singled and scored on Johnson's triple to the center field fence. Johnson scored on a sacrifice fly by Barnett. Ijine Up. U.-- T, -- - O - -- - - Berlin dispatches bearing on the .Austrian'1 campaign report a victory by the Austrians under Gen. Dankl, but say nothing of any further Russian successes. k t 'Apart from the announcement that the German forces have fallen back lifforc the offensive tactics of the o Allies on the line from to Verdun, the most Interesting report Is contained in a dispatch to the' London Evening Newb from Boulogne in which the French commander, Gdii. Pau, Is given as Nanteull-le-Haudoul- Long, p & cf. Rud, 2d. Purrier, 3d. Crenshaw, rf. Davis, lb. Brown., lb. Miller, l'f."& p. Blankensftlp, c. E. Foley, cf.' Elgin, 2d!. Thorpe, c. Plrtle, If. W. Davis. 88-- J. Keown, If. Long. King George has addressed a Wlthrow, p. message to the British dlminlons ana Score by laaiBgH. colonies, in which he protests that Innings 12345678 0 It H E 11 5 war was not of Great Britain's seek- - Hartford 33010100 9 14 6 0 Inn and expresses his warmest Graham 00304011 Vltry-le-Franco- ls Hurtfottf. Plummer, rf. Johnson, 3d. Barnett, cf. Rlckard, ss. (iruham. 210 thanks for the assistance rendered by them. authority for the statement that the Allies havo wou a victory at Percy Stir Oise, in which the Imperial Guard, under the Crown Prince of Gorni.iny, is alleged to havo been Oceanic. saved. annihilated by a British force. The HrJtifh official hureau says that the plans of tho French commag nder-in-chief. Gen. Joffre, are steadily carried out and that tho Allies hao suceeded in forcing back In a northeastern direction tho tler-am- n forces opposed to them. bo-in- The Indians took the second game Thursday S to 4. Hartford, however, Maubeuge, a French fortress, has made a better showing against the fallen Into the hands of the Redskins than did most of the teams and according to the report they met In this section. They over the Grmans took 40,000 prisoners whelmed Taylor Mnes and Daon Springs and took two from. Madls-- , and 400 guns. onvllle the last one by a Tho British official press bureau score. They went on to St. Lou and ' announces tho wreck off the cost of we suppose Uware still scalping. Scotland of the White Star Liner Ger-raau- s, The story is related of tlio great Conde that, at the opening of his last campaign, sunken in melancholy, half maddened with fatigue and. tlio dog star heat of summer, having" reached front at length the cool meadow of the abbel of St. Antuine.. He suddenly leaped from his hort. flung away his arms and his clothing, seized a monstrous drinking gourd well, and. an oak from a near-b- y stave from a pall of fagots and: rolled in tho green grass under ai group of trees, playing boisterously with the baubles and laughing ih high glee. After being thus divested and refreshed, he arose Hmlling and calm amongst his astonished of fleers., permitted himself to be. drcased and armed anew, then rode, to battle with all his accastomod resolution. This longing for a whimsical return to boyishness and: buncombe,, is one that lies deep seated in- - all natures. Most men have- a fondness for a Circus, and whuniwtr lnnguor- ous warmth is dominant in climate. Circus Is king and mirth holds high revel, so that it Is appropriate and wise that beyond UloiHlteti of earth's, outer beauty, should! he built tats, lane of laughter with its strange, queer sights and sounds, where tha mu8,c an(, - BARNES AUTOMOBILE CO. (INCORWRATED.) CENTRAL CITY, KY. ?ro$S9$$tt? I I A SXy Send for it today. phone Manager,, or Postal Brings This Book ) , It is free it tells how you can have local and long; distance telephone service in your home at very small cost. Write nearest Bell Tele- ounilllQ& one-side- d Officers and csew were Tho German Emperor has sent a protest against tho use of dumdum hullots by the English and the part taken in the war by Belgian civil o ians to President Wilton. The was veiled In secrecy by the Government and It Is not known what its attitude toward tho comParis officially reports that the munication will be. Allies havft .idvnnced their loft wing For Sale. without energetic opposition hy the Good farm lu Ohio county, near several engageGermans, and that Barnetts Crook chunk, containing ments on Ojo Ourcq River havo except IL'O acres, all in cultivation tho i'Vciirh aud British. dwelling, barn 5 acres. Good in good repair. Tho RuuMuu army operating in and all Well vsateied and lu the oil bolt. For Gallcla is reunited still to lie drivterms and particulars apply at this ing buck tk Austrians. ortk-UARNE1T & SON, Agents. mes-sager r of The cauall list as the u-tho blowlJg' up of tho British cruiser Pathfinder 0 a Ine in the North Sea comrrlos four won kl!lcl, thir teen woiindol mid 242 miaslas. mlt "Dr L. I). ,lteaii will conduct a Talr ut lli't Ohio Comity Fair grounds beginning Sept. 23 and continuing four days. Dr. Bean conducted the fair last year with marked success. Tho catalogues will be out iu a few duya Latent ofMaUl report from the giving full purtculars and coiupr8. French (Joterunient Indicate tbat tho lug a most liberal premium list. ' Elgin played a good game at sec-- 1 ond accepting numerous difficult chances without a bobble. brought for tU diversion of a summer's day. Graham brought a good team hero The Circus Is the most gigantic, tho Saturday and gave us a scare. most complex, and the most costly aud exacting plaything yet devised Cundlff was called home Friday for modern man. night on account of tho death of a Those who made it, have the relative and was out of the line up world for a stalking ground and the Saturday. four corners have contributed to its strango sights and stranger sounds. helped Daw-bo- n Cundlff and Johnson The modern day critics have already shut out Madlsonvlllo. Sunday, set their seals upon Sautelle, Lo- 9 to 0. wunde and Rollins, ns the foremost leaders' as amusement purveyors and Tocal team fiAlnntlflfl nnnfAMO ttiliinrl The record made by the Ikn 41wvtk , , -., this season is by no lneatis bad. They Ul ,. UUUUCDO Ut IUIDUUUU UUU Ul IIIU KanuH, won jgiuuUtyt have played twenty-si- x lllliuieuii uuu iiki oatrij onivn Chamberlain's Liniment. them a percentage oj .730. It you aro ever troubled with aches, pains or soreness of the mus- Sullivan Leading In Illinois. Sept. 9. Karly returns cles, you will appreciate tho good t'hlcago, from today's prlmury indicate Rog iiualitieo of Chamhorluln'a Liniment. Many sufferers from rhouniattsm er O. Sullivan, former uatiouul committeeman, lias been nominated for aud sciatica havo Ubed it with the United States Senator by u wide best results. It is especially valuable margin over Congressman Lawrence for lumbago aud lame back. For B. Stringer, his nearest opponent on sale by ull Druggists. where or fce a amuslnBi haratlng f00,sIl nove, and absurd is foisted and Intoned, where BklH ,ni?nllltT ejln Am. FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. OWENSUOKO, KIJNTUCKV. ,.. PAUL WOODWARD HARTFORD, KY. ,- General Contractor and Buifder In Unlit ISuildlasr MllteriillN. . ('tin save nu mnniv nil ttement, TUutering, Roofing aud In raft, eter) thing which room MtiMn niiiiiiinir. tiiiirrrLU niu. in iin iniiiK mii IIcuImm .MAKING YOUIl I'LANB. . 1 1