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The Hartford republican: September 18, 1914 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1914 hao1914091801_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: September 18, 1914 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. he Fine Job Work. VOL. XXV11. Jtetfxrtft Ucpubliom DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 10 HARTFORD, OHIO (COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914. 'eral Government and the other half DEMOCRAT WINS District of Columbia, bo paid by tho to for tho purchase of tenements and other unsightly dwellings that constitute tho alley slums In the national capital. The Johnson substitute measure, that now awaits tho President's signature, carries no appropriation and makes It unlawful o reconstruct or repair a building on an alley that has depreciated more than one-haIts original value, when tho building Is to be used for dwelling purposes. There are other provisions In tho bill that, it Is said, will do much to abolish tho alley slums. The Johnson substitute bill is by congressional economists with saving $5,000,000 "of tho people's money" and an equal sum to the District of Columbia. Mr. Johnson estimates the saving to the State ot Kentucky alone Is $150,000. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, wife of the President, was deeply Interested In the abolishment of the alley slums of Washington and a few hours before she died Mrs. Wilson told the President she could "go away happier" If Bhe knew tho alley slums would be wiped out. Her dying wish was fulfilled when Mr. Johnson succeeded in having this bill adopted by tho House. It passed the Senate several days ago. lf J.B. PASSES AWAY Kentucky Millionaire Had Been Sick Five Weeks. His Farm "Elmendorf" Was One of the Greatest Show Places of America. New York, Sept. 12. James D. capitalist and Haggln, millionaire, horseman, died nt his summer homo hero tonight of heart trouble after an Illness of about five weeks. The end wan not unexpected as he had weaker for several been growing days, but his remarkable vitality kept him alive. No funeral have been made. James B. Hoggin wns born at Harrodsburg In 1827, tho son of Feral) T and Adallno S. Haggln. After his early education he was prepared for the legal profession which ho followed for some time, practicing for a short time In Natchez, Miss., and St,. Joseph, Mo., until 1849, when he went to California during the gold fever. He was married In early life to a daughter of Col. Lewis Sanders, of Natchez, but his first wife died In 1894. In 1897 he was married to Pearl Voor-blo- s, of Versailles, Ky. He made a fortuno in mining. Aside from the reputation he Kained na a breeder and turfman and as a Wall Street operator and copper king, Mr. Haggln gained nationwide fame within soveral years as a buyer of Blue Grass land. After purchasing over 5,000 acres of Kentucky's, richest land lying out some ten miles from Lexington ho erectfor his ed a $1,000,000 mansion huiuiirt home. The place was named Elmendorf. Here he brought all of his kings nnd queeus of the turf, and his thoroughbred nursery was one of tho show places of America. Later ho decided to glvo ovor tho breeding of horses he started into the dairy business. The Elmendorf Dairy is known all over tho United States, the product of tho royal blooded cows being sold In New York as well as on railway diners and other places. The datry is believed to be the'most completely equipped In the United States. It was merely a fancy of tho none generlan millionaire, and It Is reported that his pet project cost him over $30,000 annually. Would Exempt Farmers' Products Washington, Sept. 11. "I won't vote for a tax on bread," said Representative Ben Johnson He explained this by adding 'that lie will offer an amendment to the war tax bill exempting shipments of corn, wheat, tobacco, cattle and the like from farm to market from the 3 per cent freight tax. "If that Isn't adopted I don't expect to vote for the bill," said Mr. to-da- y. IN MAINE RACE Turkestan alfalfa seed are inferior Quality Than- Home - Curtis Defeats Haines For Go- Higher In Price and Poorer In vernorBull Moose Slumps. Portland, Me., Sept. 15. Tho Democratic victory In Maine's State election yesterday was measured by the 3,587 plurality by which Mayor Oakley C. Curtis, of Portland, defeated Gov. William T. Haines, Reaccording publican for to unofficial returns from all but 37 of the 521 cities and towns today. All four Congressmen, three Republicans and one Democrat were reelected. In a vote heavier than that cast at the last Presidential election, both Haines and Curtis ran well ahead of the Taft and Wilson figures, while the Progressive vote cast for Hal-be- rt P. Gardner, the head of the ticket, showed a pronounced slump from that cost for Roosevelt. The comparative returns available from 484 cities and towns give: Haines, R.. 57,662; Taft, R.; 26,-121. Products. Washington, D. C. Sept. 18. A warning to alfalfa growers to avoid t,he use ot commercial Turkestan seed Is contained in Department Bulletin to. 138, of the U. S. Department of grlculture, which Is shortly to be lksued under the title "Commercial urkestan Alfalfa Seed." Specialists of the Department have en investigating the comparative erits of different kinds of alfalfa ds and have reached tho conclu sion that there is nothing to recco-men- d the Turkestan variety for general use in this country. It Is, they say, particularly unsutted to the humid climate of the East which, as a matter of fact, uses moat of the Turkestan seed Imported Into this country. This seed Is also not sufficiently hardy to warrant it gen-- e al use in the upper Mississippi Valley, where hardiness Is an important factor. The Investigators, however, ar careful to distinguish between commercial Turkestan alfalfa and special strains of hardy alfalfas that have been developed from certain Introductions of seed from Turkestan. Valuable varieties of alfalfas unquestionably exist. In central Asia, but these are at present only fitted In for use in experimental work breeding. At the present time, approximately one-fift- h 'of the alfalfa seed used in the United' States Is Imported. Of this quantity, pactlcally all 95 per cent In the last twelve months comes from Russian Turkestan. In the European market, commercial Turkestan Is the cheapest seed available; in this country Its wholesale price is less than that of domestic seed. In spite of this fact, however, a mistaken belief in its superior qualities has resulted in raising its retail price to a point frequently above that ot domestic seed. No such preference Is shown In the al- falfa growing regions of Europe. There French, seed Is commonly con-- , sldered the best, with Italian rank ing next, and Turkestan last. Un der these circumstances, very little French and Italian seed finds its way to the United States, the bulk of the Importations being, as already stated, the cheap commercial Tur Johnson. The Johnson amendment will undoubtedly raise a storm In tho House, for cotton men will seek tho same exemption. Duve Will Likens Dead. Dave Will Likens died at his home on Frederlca street, at 11:30 o'clock last, Sunday night of heart trouble and complications, after an Illness of two weoku. His remains, after short funeral services conducted by Hev. Miller, were Interred in tho Bethel church burying grounds by the stdo of his father and wifo, who preeded htm several years. He leavs a sou, aged mother, two brothers, lion, G. B, Lkens, Frankfort, Ky.; Mr. M. T. Likens, Hartford; two slsers, Mrs. Frank Black, Hartford, Itoute 2, aud Mrs. Bernle Felix, Owensboro. Tlia large attendance at tho burial attested 'tho esteem lu which the do- ceasd, who was lu Ills forty-fourt- h " v "'year, was held. . Congressman Johnson Prateed. Washington, Sept. 15. Represen tative Ben Johnson, chairman of tho Committee on the District of Columbia, received the congratulations ot y on his successhis colleagues ful effort lu piloting his substitute alley elimination bill through the House yesterday evening. The bill us originally drafted "appropriated half to be' paid by' the Fed- to-da$10,-000,00- 0, 9 Gardner, P., 17,443?, Roosevelt, P., 47,904. The total vote at hand, 136,354, exceeded that from the same places In 1912 by 11,878. The Republicans showed an increase of 31,541 against a Progressive loss of 30,461. The Democratic gain was 10,798. Democrats Have Legislature. Incomplete returns on the Legislature indicated that on a joint ballot the Democrats had 74 votes, a gain of nine, the Republicans 57, a loss of seven, and the Progressives 2, a loss of one. No material change was anticipated from the complete returns. While perfect weather was a facpolitical observers tor yesterday, credit the increase in the vote to the fortuno. Interest aroused by the participation As proof of Its magic power, the In the campaign of more speakers of legend goes on to relate that the national prominence than ever bedefeat of Prussia In the war with fore were sent into Maine in an off was due to the fact that the year. mistress of rederlck William III had stolen the ring for spite, and the forArkansas Elects Governor. tunes of the Hohenzollerns ImmeLittle Rock, Ark., Sept. 15. Indiately declined. It was, however, complete returns from a majority of recovered, and the biographer of the counties In Arkansas last night William I testified that he "saw It Indicate that Gov. George W. Hays, on that monarch's head during the Democratic candidate for war of 1870." received a majority of approximate By inheritance the ring fell to the 30,000 votes over his Republican opKaiser, and Is no doubt treasured by ponent, A. L. Kinney, in Monday's him as an heirloom. It Is also quite election. The other Democratic canpossible that the same strain of didates for State officers were not thought that makes. him claim that opposed. God Is fighting on his sldo will Large majorities are shown in fa-rprompt him to wear the "luck" riug of constitutional amendments to as his armies go to battle. The tra- empower cltys to Issue Improvement dition has run through seven gener- bonds and creating tho office of Lieuations of his family, and It would be tenant Govprnor. The vote s' close quite natural for him to regard It on the proposal to fix the salaries of with a certain degree of considera- members ot the Legislature. The tion, if not of reverence. . acts proposing a child labor It would be a new index to his law and wider publicity ot th acts character If one could see whether of public officials apparently have the blackset ring was on his finger curried. during these days of bitter strife against the allies Roosevelt To Go Stumping. This Hohenzollern ring Is not the Oyster Bay, N. Y Sept. 15. Col. only mystic ring that haB figured in history. Pope Innocent sent King! Roosevelt will devote two weeks to coming campaign in the Middle John of England four rings, one set his West. Ho will leave Now York next with an emerald for faith, one with a sapphire for hope, ono with a gar- Thursday night, and wll make his net for charity, and one with n to- first speech In Wichita, Kans., Saturpaz for good works. As long as ho day night. Next Monday night the Colonel woro these rings ho was to make a wise ruler; but his fate suggests tho .will speak at Kansas City, Kans.; possibility of his having lost theniull. on Tuesday at Lincoln, Neb.r on In tho royal family of Lombardy Wednesday at Des Moines, la.; on there was an heirloom ring which Thursday at Chicago; on Friday at was upposed to warn tlio wearer by East St. Louis, HI., and on Saturday a slight tightening on the finger, and Tuesday, September 28 and 29, Ind. On Monday when he had missed his path and at Indianapolis, he will be in Ohio, and he will end taken the wrong track. The descendants of Gyges, pn an- fyla campaign on Wednesday, Septemcient king ot Lydla, claim that ho ber 30, at Bay City, Mich. He will bequeathed to them a strange ring also make at least fifty short. Infor that had the power of rendering the mal addresses during the trip at vaewarer Invisible If the set was turn- rious small towns and4 cities 'along ' the route. ed Into the palm. will go to New Col. Rosevelt These stories are- Interesting, as Bhow the bent ot men's minds. In York on Wednesday to confer with tho countries, however, where they the Progressive leaders. originated the subtile, influence Is For Sale. hard to shake off. And this explains A big stock ot superfine Timothy the curiosity ot tho Geramn people as to the Kalsr ,and the Hohenzol- Seed 99 per cent pure which I lern "luck." If It wore, conducive to will sell at reasonable prices. ' 'W. E: ELLI8. victory the allies wquld pay a round ' Fee'tf & Pfodilca Merchant, sum to have It ' stolon again. Mum-ph' lv ' ' ' ' Hartford, Ky. '' 9t4 Appeal. , on - Emperor William's Lucky Ring. Even In the wisest and most prosaic of men a tiny grain of superstition will manifest Itself, so that It Is not surprising to learn that his subjects are asking if the Kaiser took with him to the front the famous "lucky ring." Tho story of the ring runs thus: Frederick the Great, on coming to the throne,' found among his father's effects a queer little box. In this box there was a ring with a peculiar black stone ofr spttlng. Addressed to his son by the dead king was a note declaring that he had received this ring from his own father, as tho old man lay on his death bed, with strict orders to guard It well, for it was the Hohenzollern ring ot "luck," and as long as they kept It safe they would be favored' of Curtis. 50,451. D., 61,249;' Wilson, D, kestan. Fortunately growers who wish to avoid this1 variety can readily iden tify it by the presence of Russian knapweed seeds. These seeds have not been found anywhere except in commercial Turkestan seed, and here they are ' practically always present. Russian knapweed Is In In some ways similar to quack grass, Johnson grass and Canada thistle, spreading both by seeds and underground rootstocks. The sedds are slightly larger than those ot alfalfa and cannot all be removed by any practicable method of machlnne cleaning. Their chalky white color makes them especially conspicuous, and their symmetrical orm slightly wedge shaped distinguishes them from the notched seed of other species often found In varieties ot alfalfa from other sections. Tho knapweed seeds, however, are not usually found n largo quantities and any lot ot alfalfa should, therefore, be examined In bulk. The examination ot to small samples is not sufficient show whether the alfalfa comes from Turkestan or not. American Road Congress. ' is Regarding the public roads as an Indispensable part ot the transportation system of tho country, supplementing Us railroads and waterways, President Harrison, ot the Southern Railway Company, takes an active interst In the good roads ot movemnt. He Is the American Highway Association and will b one of the speakers at the Fourth American Road Congress In Atlanta, the week of November 9. Speaking ot the relation of tho country highway to the railroad, Mr. Harrison said: "Whatever may be the. flual destination ot the farm products, their first movement must be over tho country road and If the farmer. Is to receive, tho largest measure oft bcaflt from oo-Vice-Preside- nt l roads th policy aliotild be adoptoi highways which AMERICAN TROOPS of improving tho radlato from market towns and shipping stations and over which the ARE WITHDRAWN farmers must haul their products. Tho profit which will be earned by the farmer may depend largely upon tho condlton of the road from his Use Vera Cruz farm to a shipping station. Statis tics compiled by the U. S. DepartUnnecessary. ment of Agriculture show that the cost of hauling farm products to snipping points over naa roads is a An Official Statement Is Givep disproportionately large part of the Out At The White total expense of their transportation to market. This Is not always fully House. realized by tho farmer, but If ho will take into account the time ot himself and his team, and the wear and Washlngton.Sept. 15. The Amertear on his vehicle and harness made ican troops have been ordered withnecessary by a larger number of drawn from Vera Cruz. The statetrips with smaller loads, he will ment given out at the White House find that the cost mounts up very this afternoon said this action was fast and correspondingly reduces his taken in view of the entire removal net profits. Another Item of the cost of the circumstances which wero ot bad roads to the farmer, which thought to Justify the occupation Is often, overlooked, is that he must and the further presence ot the haul his products to markets when troops is deemed unnecesary. the roads are not in their best conTh announcement followed a disdlton with little regard as to wheth- cussion of che situation at today's er prices are favorable or whether cabinet meeting andeame, as the dihauling at that time interfere with rect result of favorable advices from work on the atrm. With good roads Paul Fuller, the president's personal he can not only haul heavier loads representative, who Is returning In shorter time but except as to from an Investigation trip to Mexico. perishable commodities, he can marThe American soldiers and marines ket his products when prices are under General Funston, who have most'avorable and can do his haul- held Mexico's principal seaport since ing when It Is most convenient and April last, will embark for home as even when the ground is too wet for soon as the transports can go after work in the fields. them. Shortly afterward all the "The manifold advantages of an war fleet except a few light draft improved highway In reducing the vessels, will be withdrawn. cost of drayage, facilitating social inSpecifically the American forces' tercourse, promoting school and are withdrawn at the urgent appeal church attendance, expeditating ru- ot General Carranza, who argued ral mall delivery, Increasing the that no election could be freeand, value of farm lands, and promoting without compulsion as long us part agricultural development back from of Mexican territory was controlled the railroads are so great that they by American forces. He pointed out, need but to be enumerated Ho pre- t6o, that tho question of American sent a convincing argument in atvor troops soon might bceome a domesof road improvemnt. tic issue which might cause internal "Since several years ago when the dissension. Southern Railway Company, in conOn the question of recognition it junction with the U. S. Agricultural is known President Wilson and hla Department and State and local au- advisers have reached no decision. thorities, operated over Its, lines a The conference on October.. 1 will good roads train, carrying machln- - 'designate the provisional president, ery and lecturers, and building at wno undoubtedly will be recognized roads, U an Tactions accept mm. central points object-lesso- n ther has been very substantial proBig Game in Ohio. gress In the good roads movement Ohio big game hunters may not acthroughout the South. This was to go outside of the state to celerated In 1911 by the operation have pursue thlr favorite pastime if the of another good roads train in plans of the state reforestation comwith the U. S. Department ot are under Agriculture and the American High- mittee are realized. Plans way to place the 24,000 acres of way Association. The Interest ot the and unused school and. minSouthern people In good roads has isterial lands ot the state under the been thoroughly aroused and In many of the state agricultural comlocalities the country highways have control mission. These tractB, some ot them been highly improved and are being divided into from 5,000 to 10,000 adequately maintained. will be converted into "I think It is fortunate for the acres each, game preserves. forest and South that the American Road Con"It these preserves are created, gress ot lSfl4 is to be held in Atthey will probaly be stocked with lanta. This will unquestionably be deer, elk and other big game," satd one of the most Important gatherings W. R. Lazeuby, of the forestry ever held In the Southern States. Prof. department at the Ohio State Unl- It will bring together the official verslty, who is working with the heads ot the State Highway Departwill be taken care ot by the Inments, the foremost experts In road work come received from hunters' licensed. constructl6n and maintenance, and By working In connection with the other leaders in the good roads move- wardens can also act as fire guards." ment In each State for an exchange Three Men Whipped. ot Ideas as to the best methods ot Dawson Springs, Ky., Sept. 14. A flnaclng road construction and building and maintaining the best types band of about flty men came Into of country highways. Its exhibits of town late Saturday night and whiproad machinery and ot model roads ped severely the Rev. Henry Jordon, will be highly educational and It can a street preacher, his son, and W. B. not but serve to Increase Interest Hamby. Neither Jordon nor his son in the good roads movement through- was badly hurt, but Mr. Hamby was severely beaten. Ho will recover. out the South." Tho only cause for tho whipping Pulls Heir to Fortune. was that tho men had "talked too Mayfiold, Ky., Sept. 11. Mrs. L. much.' This was he second vIbU of tho C. Newman, ot this city, has fallen heir to a largo fortune loft by a band of regulators within a week. relative In Montana. The first In- On tho other occasion they merely stallment came in a check this weok issued warnings, but Saturday night for $8,750. There are but three or thoy arrived prepared for trouble. four heirs to the estate, which Is They appeared lu town at midnight being settled and valued at about an.! peine, to the New Century hotel $200,000. and I ho electric light plant and orMr. Newman and his family have dered all the lights out. Then they visited the home of been living In Mayfleld for soveral years, where he is connected with Mr. Hamby, aud dragging him out of tho Dally Messenger. He wab editor his douse, whipped him so severely and publisher ot the 'Lyon County ho 'var hardly able to stani They Henvld before coming to Mayfiold, next got Jordan and his son, but ' and has held positions in several neither of them, was everely innewspaper offices in Central Ken- jured, though, both were soundly tucky, where his parents live. Mr. threshed. UUr tho wi 'ppings.tbe band went Nowman will probably engage In the newspaper business olsewhcro to a colorpd dance. hall In town and lu tho State with a portion ot the posted u' notice that there must be uo more tangoing. fortune left to bis wife. There Is no clew to tho Identity For Bale. ot tho members "'of tho band,' but In jcood their operation's In this section have Ono small refrigerator. been frequent ftud the' officers are ln condition. Cut! or address ' : . veatlgatlng. ' E. M. WOODWARD, Further at un-leas- ed Jt ) IV" t .. - F .. .. ." ' flijf Vp f' '4 If - THE GREAT OHIO COUNTY FAIR Begins Wednesday, Sept. 23-FX our Days. BIGGER AND BETTER THAN of-gre- at EVER BEFORE! enjoyment. The Speed Rings oiler chances for There will be unusual attractions this year giving tour days some fine radii"'. There will be other and various attractions. As usual, it will be a great meeting place for old friends, relatives and acquaintances. The Ohio County Fair has always been an event of great enjoyment and this will be no exception. JMake your arrangements to go. For further particulars, call on or address Dr. L. B. Bean, Manager, ' and to use bone meal or acid phos- Frankfort Zeltung on "The American Oucst." phate on their wheat lands. There Mr. R. V. Tlnsley, ot Hartford, are but few ucies In Kentucky that rt not short In their supply of phos- (Ky., was in Germany when the war phoric acid, 200 to 300 pounds of began. As Illustrating the kindly bone meal or acid phosphate an acre spirit shown by the Germans toward for wheat will usually prove a prof- the Americans who were In Germany itable investment ttye, barley and 'at that time, he has sent the Evenwinter oats will savecornandshluld ing Post an editorial which was pub be sown as quickly as possible. All lished In the Frankfurter Zeltung roughness possible should be saved August 14, under the caption "The and well cared for In order to save American Guests." The article reads the feed bill for corn. "Whoever has ever had the oppor"Th'e State has not been so free tunity of traveling in the United of hog cholera for, - sevral years. States will never forget the hospi Farmers will do well to keep their tality that he met with there everyWood sows and to increase their where. The sincerity with which the number of sheep. Pork and mutton American receives even the transient prices will unquestionably be high. foreigner has Indeed astonished ev It the war continues any length of ery traveler In America. 'Hospitaltime, wool will be much higher next ity' is really not a sufficiently strong Euj;ar than this. The agents for buy-in- expression for the American kind? ness; for, if only to permit terms of ropean governments are busy horses and mules at the present familiarity and unity, the foreigner time Prices hive not materially ad- is taken Into the home of the Amvanced, but with the war lasting for erican. Today, more than ever before, a tew months, it Is reasonable to ex- is the time and opportunity to rehorses, member this thoughtfulness. For pect cavalry ai :l rrii-leras wolt as mules, tc very materially thousands of Americans are at presmlvance in price ent sojourning in Germany, many "The tobacco grower will rejoice of whom find themselves In a certain over the determination of tho Fedcondition ot restraint, for their eral Reserve Board to accept notes return seems for the time to bo cut secured by warehouse receipts on off, and until a safe journey home tobacco to th extent of 75 per cent offers Itself, many will be lacking of the value of the crop from bank In means. members of the Federal Reserve As"Not as if the Americans had unsociation. dertaken their European trip with"Taken as a whole the Kentucky out the necessary financial precaufarmer has every reason of looking tions. They all had good letters of to the future with a hopeful feeling. credit.' But, unfortunately, most of Every indication is that peace and them are payable on English houses. prosperity Is in prospect for him." Now If a German bank gives up money on such a letter of credit Colic, Cholera and then it Is impossible for it to colChamberlain' Diarrhoea Remedy. lect the amount In return, because "I advised the 'boys' when they the English are making no payments enlisted for the Spanish war to whatever to Germany. Therefore the take Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera German banking Institutions did not and Diarrhoea Remedy with them, know at first Just what they should many thanks do concerning and have received such American refor the advice given," writes J. H. quests for money. From a purely Houghland, Eldon, Iowa. "No per- legal standpoint, they are evidently son whether traveling or at home not obligated to make payments in should be without this great rem- the cases just described. In spite of edy." For sale by all Dealers. this, hardly a single great German bank has completely refused to comValue and Supply of Mineral Pro- ply with the wishes of tho Americans, ducts. even in the days of greatest exciteThe value of the mineral pro- ment. To start with, even the most duction of the United States now ex- prudent made at least small payceeds $2,500,000,000 a'year, accord- ments. Many banking houses held ing to the United States Geological still more liberal views, and made Survey. Though this value falls far payments, whose return payments below that of the country's farm are not to be thought of within any products, the magnitude and scope of reasonable time. And quite a numour mineral Industry may be best ber of cases are known in which measured by comparing our own min- American tourists without letters of eral production with that of other credit and without securities havo countries, no one of which can com- been paid many thousands. But this pote with us in abundance or vari- has always been in tho ease of travety of mineral resources. The Unit- elers whoso names and credit were ed States mines nearly 40 per cent known. of the world's output of coal and "Wo believe that in Germany no produced Go per cent .of tho petrol- such things will happen us iu other eum in 1913. Of the more csbential countries, when millionaires, as Mr. metals, 40 per cont of the world's Vanderbllt, remains tor a time actu-- ! output of Iron ore is raised from ally without means ot subsistence. American mines, and the smelters Tills advance to meet the Americans of the United States furnish the In financial matters is, in our opinworld with 53 per cent ot Us copper ion, the only right thing to do, but and at least 30 per cent ot its lead this alouo Is not sufficient. Some of and zinc. These are the raw mate- the Americans detained hero ugafnst rials on which has been founded a their will are depressed through the great metallurgical Industry, but on agitation. Everyono that has visited which can bo built much moro ex- an American consuiato In the last g tensive chemical nnd few weeks will be able to corrobo ' industries. rate that. Therefore, beyond rendering financial assistance, tho GerItanishes Pimpled. man people should do ull that is in Had Wood, Pimples, Headaches, any way possible to entertain these Biliousness, Torpid Liver, c'dns'tlpa-tlo- guests. It would set a very worthy tc, come from Indigestion. precedent, which would no doubt Take and you won't sut- be largely followed, if henwnd there ler from a deruuged Stomach or oth- wealthy German families sholild give er troubles. It will tone up the Liv- the foreigners free admission to their er and purify the blod. Use it regu- homes. Sucli a step would be richly larly and you will stay well, havo repaid. Wo are not thinking now clear complexion and steady nerves. of the material gain, but ot the pure- Get a GOc. bottle Money back ly cultural, human advantage of such if not satisfied. All Druggists. a resolution. For the lodslug ot go metal-workinn, to-da- y. Hartford, Ky. Interesting and so respected a people as the Americans will bring a fullness of stimulation to the hosts, and will make for them dear and true friends for life. Already announcements arc coming from alt sections, showing how grateful the Americans are for the German hospitality. American physicians are placing themselves at the disposal of the Red Cross, various rich men are subscribing large sums for our wounded, and American women are coming forward with worthy offers to our organizations for the public good. Yet all the good from any kindness will not be fully realized until the travelers again reach their homes. Then they can tell the truth about us Germans over there, and that will be necessary; for until then the English cable and the greatest fabrications and stories about the bad Germans will have misled the American public opinion. But the Americans returning home will then come forward as the witnesses to our friendship, to ou rconduct, and to the spirit that animates us." Evening Post. Rheumatism Pains Stopped. The first application of Sloan's Liniment goes right to the painful part It penetrates without rubbing It stops the Rheumatic Pains around the joints and gives relief and comfort. Don't suffer! Get a It Is a family medibottle cine for all pains, hurts, bruises, cuts, sore throat, neuralgia and chest pains. Prevents infection. Mr. Chas. H. Wentworth, California, writes: "It did wonders for my Rheumatism, pain Is gone as soon as I apply It. I rcommended It to my friends as the best Liniment I ever used." Guaranteed . 25c. at your Druggist. to-da- out the spring and summer and well MUST RAISE MORE WHEAT Commisioner of Agriculture Urges Larger Acreage. All Kentncky Crops Are Improv- el Greatly by the Recent Rains. Into tho fall business was generally reported as unusually good. Thcro resulted the largest production in the history of the Industry. The underlying cause of this prosperity Is no doubt the improved character of the American product in texture, finish, color, decoration, and prevention of crazing, some of the higher grades of American pottery equaling if not surpassing some of the ' best Imported ware. "The Imports of pottery have always been moro or less interesting. For many years the value of Imported pottery exceeded the value of that made at home, but about the close of the nineteenth century domestic production caught up with greatly exceeded them, tho produc tlon of 1913 being nearly four tlme3 as great Iu vnlue as the Imports." There was in 1913, however, a considerable decrease in the exports of pottery, but an increase should bo expected In 1914 and following years by reason of the changes In the world's commerce that seem f CASTOR. Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR A : : Frankfort; Ky., Sept. 10. In the September crop report, made public today, Commissioner of Agriculture J. W. Newman urges farmers ta plant a heavy acreage of winter wheafnnd to ibear In mind that the demand for draft animals and meat will continue for a long time after the war ends. Corn made surprising gains as the result of tte rains, and tobacco came out as expected under propitious weather conditions, though the acreage Is below the average and the stand imperfect. The ioport follows: "Just as we issued a crop report as of August 1' general rains began falling throughout the State. These rains have been seasonable for the last month and not excessive. It is difficult to believe that such a change in conditions could be made within thirty days. The farmers and livestock nieu of the State are rejoicing over the improved conditions, and a comparison of this month's report w.lth that of last month Is made to show what a great change has taken place through the State within the last month. The report or Scptomber 1 shows the condition of corn S3 per cent as compared with GO per cent August 1; Burley tobacco, 80 per cont as compared with 5C per cont; dark "tobacco, 72 per cent, as compared with G2 per cent; cow-pennd soy beans show a condition of' 81 and 82 per cent, respectively, as compared with 64 per cent; alfalfa, 87 per cent, as compared with C5 per cent; clover, 71 per cent, as compared with 55 per cent. Even fruit has been greatly improved by the Tains. Livestock is given as being in better condition than a mouth ago. Garden conditions have increased from a condition of 51 per cent to 01 pur cent. "No one is surprised at tho outcome of tobacco as a result of tho rains. Tobacco Is a weed and can giv) Indications of almost a complete failure, and with seasonable weather m.iltc a fine crop. It must not bo forgotten, however, that tho acreago of tobacco Is greatly reducThe ed uml tho stand imperfect. greatest surpribo Is the improvement made iu corn. Kentucky wilt havo an average- - crop of corn, although a month ur.o If'looked like it would be a vry cbort- - crop. As ouo report says: "Tim rains have made good ears of cum out of nubbins.' "In t!i In connection it seems to call the attention of tho farmers of the Stiita to tho fact that every Indie itlou points to a high pricj for fooj stuffs for next year. The llniicd States Government authorities, (ho railroads and commercial upCIiu of tho country are encouraging tli t sowing of a largo acreage fo'r winter wheat. The European war will undoubtedly cause the grains and livestock produced In America to brin it nood prices during tlin next few months, it not for sevral years. Wo, therefore, urge all farmers to Iticrca..'. their wheat acreage, LOOK HERE! : as for The declaration ot war and the reestablishing of the market prices prevailing previous to the enactment e of the law has sent sunshine Into the hearts ot the leaders of the Democratic party. Argentine corn and Argentine beef are being directed to the old country to feed the vast armies put A Boom Free-Traders. Wilson-Underwoo- Don't forget that we can furnish t you the best binder on the market. Come and contract with us, so we can have the machine here in time so there will be no delay when the time comes to use them. Buy your implements from the dealer that has Now is the time to get the JOHN DEERE Wagons, Buggies, Cultivators, Mowers, Hay Rakes and Hay Presses. Also Hercules Buggies. : implements to select. practical experience and knows the d Free-Trad- WILLIAMS & MILLER, BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. in motion in tho old world and it has sent American prices soaring. Many a clarion yell has gone out from Democratic throats. President Wilson, who was so anxious to give lower prices of food stuffs to the artisans and working pcoplo of New Jersey, Is forgotten In tho taunts to Republican newspapers that the new Free-Trad- o law had not reduced tho price of living. No moro do we hear from our Democratic exchanges that the farmer 13 getting too much money for his eggs, butter, hogs and cattle. The war Is surely a boon for the Democratic party. Lijiton (la.) Eagle. VyANTED, !; muiora, qui who wouiu nave no use lor launches on account oi tacic oi lime arm no summer homes. Write promptly for particulars as to how representatives are with and protected. Begin operations at w..ti ou iu Buiuiu me iuii uciicui oi me season. 292 One dealer or acrent in . vniir litij nnfl innniti, aw v.wum. jr r 1 seu iwinruae ueiacnaDie Kowboat and Canoe Motors, which are advertised in all reputable magazines Of the Wnrlrf. This nrltnrttcintr rampaign reacnes tnousands who have use for DOrtable and rlptneVinViin muttinnf iif EVINRIinR MflTflR u HftrMfl - Dr. King's Now Life Pills will euro you, cause a healthy flow of Bllo and rids your Stomach and Bowels ot wasto and fermenting body poisons. They are a tonic to your Stomach and Liver and tono the general system. First dose will cure you of that depressed, dizzy, bilious and constipated condition. 25c. all Druggists. "Mude in America" Pottery. In connection with tho Interruption ot our normal trade with European countries, the following extracts from the United States Geological Survey report on the pottery Industry are interesting. Speaking ot the prosperous condition of tho Industry' in 1913, this report, published In July, continues: ""The year opened with bright prospects and sufficient business to keep the potteries busy, and through I !!.? Bilious? Constipated? n Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN ,NYi Fare Miii TH2 uatruf -C- -- ----- ii. DAILY BETWEEN Axin f i.-' a .i- i t'-- 3 22 -- rF"i iS5 ' S(LwFALO MWP WW r 1'iiClh W3 IVt lrijllj91 t, laipar ll vll vo:.ill.. Hiy.. (.cnaler lu U wurU. laurvuti Jun luUvl it GRCAT G Iik!i. 'JliHlicnif VS'! SK:? "ZZZWZa. . I ,'--- BTinH kluuir laaaan. ou Daily M2nTiccnt Airiwl (CmiNlSun.Lir.l1)i ) , CtBiinliu'N ml BuC.ln fur Mua l'U tl all I nrrj u t. f..a.Juu Tulata, ItaJlrotd tlcketa' rjliM( brtwrrii t.ralaii4 ami llulialu krit i;iil fof lrn.urlalli,a nil war alraotrra. Aak jtur IhLM gant fwr lUVrU . . f. M. I Ise. V'tila t lur Laa4.ou iilu.lxUu booUat ba. TIIC CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TitANSIT CO.. O. 1,'4 rioeWl AmUuTlu LEVELAND and BUFFALO . Slraer "ZZZMIOTZ." lfi. M. iu itr M a'l '.', .,. t utu.a.i--,u4.- i.ti'tina, I'M" Aui i "".' of M)l', C.yiA.il. ." and "City ef Buffalo" May Dee. . . into 8:(Hr.'.M.' . IJitA.M. l.t s Ct.LJ. " throughout her life ho retained n A rent M'nrcfnrc. proan- sJ a ma !rjOTTUZ9t Qwoid For years vc have been stating in the newspapers of the country that a great many women have escaped serious operations by taking Lydia I. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and it is true. We are permitted to publish in this announcement extracts froin the letters of five women. All have been recently received unsolicited. Could any evidence be more convincing? IIoihidon, Mi:. "I luul jKiins in both sides pud such a sorciicsn I could scarculy .straighten up nt times. My back ached and I was so nervous I could 110L Bleep, mid I thought I never would be miy letter until I Hubmitted to an operation, but I eomiiicnco.1 taking Lydiu E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound and boon felt like u new woman." Mrs. Haywaiiu iowi:it., llodgdon, 3Iu. bad health C 2Ciiaiii.otti:, X.sides "I was invery nervous.for Itwo years, with had a growth and was pains which tho doctor said wasu tumor, and I never would get well unless I had an oiwralion. A friend advised me to take Lydia E. Vegetable Comiouiid,and I gladly nay that I am now enjoying line health." Mrs. Uosa Sims, 10 Winona St., Charlotte, N. C. a severe 3IlANovnn, Pa. "Tho doctor advised Vegetableoperation, but my Compound and I me Lydia E. Pinkham's cxjicrienced great relief in a short time. Now I feel like u new x!rson and carJrto a hard day's work and not mind it." Mrs. Ada Wilt, 11HJ StocK St., Hanover, Pa. was bed three of the best 4I)k(jatuii. Ii.u "I have sickImjintaken and tho hospital for anphysi- I would operto to ation as I hr.d something growing ii. my left side. I refused to submit to the operation and took Lydia L. Pinkham's Vegetable and it worked a miracle in my case, and I tell other women wlint it has done for me." Mrs. Lauua A. Giuswold, 2300 I31k. East William Street, Decatur, I1L Cleveland, Ohio. "I was very irregular and for several years my side pained me so that I expected to have fo undergo an op- tratioiL doctors said tliey Knew ot notmng tnat would Irelp me. I took Lydia E. Pinkliam's vege-iabCompound and I liecamo regulur and free from paiiL I am thankful for such a good medicine and will always give it tho highest praise." Mrs. CL II.GniFFiTH,7305 Madison Av., Cleveland, O. 11 J I'ink-hain- 's Com-jiound 5 le Yonr letter will bo opened, read aim answered by woman and held In strict conildence. AM MEDICINE CO. MBWrlte to LTDIA E.PINKHMASS., for advice. F (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MM "W F 1 fondness for tho Inngungo and customs of her native land. She was passionately fond of riding, which was frowned upon as .unlndyliko by the Vienna court, and her addition to smoking wns nlso tho subject of much criticism. Tho Emperor's affairs with other woman were not nt all to her liking, and led to frequent qunrrels, separations and reconciliations. Soon after the birth of their sou and heir the Empress 'left tho roynl palace and fled to Coral. Francis Joseph sturtcd In pursuit, but noon nbaudoiied tho chase, and for eight years tho Imperial couplo wcro r.eparated most of tho timet .In the latter years of lier life the Empress ninlnuiliicd only the most formal relations with her husband. Of tho children of tho Empress, her only con, Crown Prince Rudolf, a wild, Impetuous youth, was found dead In n hunting lodge with his mistress, Haroncss Votsern. Whether ho killed himself or was murdered tho world has never known. Princess .Stephanie, the. widow of tho Crown Prince, plunged Into the wildest excesses. Her daughter, granddaughter of tho Empress, attained notoriety by shooting iter husband and his paramour. Tho Empress' cousin, King I.udwig of Iluvaria, committed suicide in 18SG. The husband of the Empress' sister, Duchess Mathilda, also died by his own hand. I.uccheui, the slayer of the Empress, was sentenced to llfo Imprisonment, as the Swiss laws did not provldo for capital punishment. It was alleged that he was confined in cell, in which the a coffin-shape- d light of day never entered, and which was so small that ho could neither sit down nor turn around. As a matter of fact, he was gven a very comfortable cell, and was employed in the bookbludcry of the prison. He was very fond of reading, and Dickens was his favorite author. To the last he declared that he felt no regret for his crime, and asserted that If he had the power he would exterminate every royal family In the world. Despite his seeming intelligence and his Intellectual Interests, alienists declared he was insane, and this theory was borne out In 1910, when, after a fit of violent Insanity, he hanged himself In his cell. JJecret of Krtti)i'h Two Acres Uelng . SIDELIGHTS Is Neutral," is a placard numerously .. . lfploed, i displayed In Broadway cafes. One big Broadway hotel, with a shiall army of hblp of ail nationalities, ON WAR German, French, Austrian, Italian and SwIkb, has Issued an Iron-cla- d edict forbidding the discussion of the war on its premises. Still another chapter of the war New York City Much Excit is now being written in America, the legitimate war drama. It has not ed By Strife. appeared t any great extent yet, because the playwrights have not had time, but It is known that scores of Sixteen Years Ago Empress Of authors, especially those who grind out the "ten, twent thlrt' " meloAustria Was Slain by an drama, five acts of slaughter and a blood pump In the cellar, are hard Assassin. nt work on war stuff, and It will begin to appear in reams beforo long. The United States Ih strategically, New York and every other Ameridiplomatically and politically neu- can city today knows moro about the tral In the great war embroiling al- war perhaps than the people of Lonmost the whole of Europe and ludl-rect- don, Paris, llerlln and Petrograd. half tho earth and tho people thereon, but the "Man From Mars" f Death or Austrian alighting in New York would never Anniversary Empress. hollevo that this country is not at Memorial services will ho held towar with somebody. The newspapers publish little but day In the chnpcl ut Vienna which war: their front pages with their perpetuates tho name of Eirrprcss headlines are all of war. Tho news- Ellabcth Amalia Eugenie, tho wifo boys have screamed "war until their of. Kmperor Francis Joseph of Austria, It was sixteen years ago today, little throats are calloused. newspapers aro that tho Empress was murdered in Supplementing tho the bulletin boards. They aro every- Geneva, Switzerland, by an Italian, where, In front of every publishing I.ulgl I.uccheui. The Empress was oiflce, and on all the odd corners stabbed, the dagger entering tho us well. In letters a foot high they heart and causing Instant death. give tho latest developments of the This was perhaps tho worst blow In holocaust that is laying waste tho all the long series of tragedies which rich countries across 'Clio Atlantic so liave afflicted the aged ruler of tho dual monarchy. that all who irun my 'read. This tragic end of the life of a were 'not onough, the And If this theaters have ubsdrbea the war fever simply, kindly woman who had and the THUrtlul spirit pervades tho known much of sorrow and little of drama In all'Its 'brunches, the legiti- Joy shocked the whole world. For mate stage, vaudeville and the mo- years, since tho tragic death of her vie. The other 'night a great vaude- son, the Empress had. taken no part ville theater ln'Longacre square put In public affairs and spent her time In news 'tickers and announced that wandering from ono city to another, It would read war bulletins to the striving only to forget. Luccheni, who described himself as "a friend audience between the acts. " 'Lest we. forget!" moaned a pa- ot tho poor and a hater of tho rich," tron who .by chance worked on tho had gone to Geneva, bo he afterward war desk of a newspaper and went confessed, to slay tho Duke ot Orleans. Tho latter loft the city shortly to the 'theater to ease his mind. Almost every vaudeville act now before Lucchenl's arrival, and the playing Is built on a military plan, madman doctded to kill the Empress, and those which aro not overlook no so he would not 'have his trip for opportunity to make some reference nothing. When tho Empress, all 'un'to war. The lines of tho comedians suspecting, went from her hotel to bristle with martial phrases and al tho pier of the lake steamers tho Italian followed, and as she neared lusions. Along that portion of Broadway the pier he stabbed her In tho back known as the "Great White Way," witli a dagger Improvised from a . steps have been taken In several file. Tho stricken woman nevor redirections to stop tho war tallc, for covered consciousness urn died uttho protection of that largo conting- most Immediately. Empress Elizabeth's llfo was a sad ent of tho patrons who do not want anything about war one almost frolu tho tlnio she marto hear or 6eo when they are out for nightly rec- ried her cousin, Francis Joseph, in 1854. She was the daughter of Maximreation and nnlusement. Duko of Uavarla, and "Nix on the War Talk. This Place ilian-Joseph, THE For many years there have existed in the great Krupp gunworks In Germany a plot of ground, roughly estimated to contain two acres, into which no outsider was ever permitted to enter. It has' been in some quarters a subject of conjecture as to what wns going on within these two acres. It Is now a fair guess that Germany was therein developing her enormous siege guns which now come forth to the surprise of the world and show a capacity for hurling a fourteen-Inc- h shell twelve miles and battering down all modern fortifications. In Coast Artillery. In America we realize that no matter how numerous a fleet of war vessels wo may havo it would be Impossible to efficiently guard every city on our extensive coasts, and that In tho absence of other provision, It would always bo possible for a hostllo fleet to pounce on an unprotected city and'nssesri a tremendous ransom; and consequently it has been our policy to provide each city with Its own Individual protection In the shape of strong fortifications and long-rang- e guns ot great size. In European countries, on the contrary, tho practlco Is to rely on fleets and land forces to prevent Invasions, as Is told in tho special war number of tho Scientific American of September 5, as follows: Tho coast artillery Is not very well developed In European countries. This, undoubtedly, Is due to the dependence they place In the battle fleets and the sbort shore lines. The guns in the coast fortifications are of comparatively small caliber, none exceeding 9.5 Inches. These guns are mounted on disappearing carriages, but cannot be very effective against tho large calibers as and for Instance tho guns on a battleship. It Is possible that every country feels that with their land forces they aro perfectly able to repel any landing party that might desire to venture ashore. ticipated. An occasional Zeppelin has dropped from tho skies an explosive bomb. Much damage wns expected, but beyond tho fatality In Antwerp little mischief has resulted from these nerlal flights. They have aroused more fear tbun they havo caused actual loss of life or property. On several pccaslons these dreaded ships of tho nlr have sailed over Paris much to the consternation of Parisians, who fear these aerial enemies moro than they do the ones on foot pressing their way toward the city. One thing has been effectively demonstrated. For rt'counissnnce and scouting duty they have no equal. Soaring over tho enemy's lines they nro able to report both strength of numbers and position to a degree of nccuracy never yet attained by land scouts. Tho vigilance of these nerlal scouts have made It well nigh Impossible for one army to surprise another, which may account for tho failure of a more rapid ndvance on tho part of the German army.-Das nctnal fighters tho dreaded Zeppelins cause more terror than they cause damage. It was predicted at the outset of the war that the world xwould be dazCd by the reports of aerial bat tles and of tremendous havoc wrought by armored ncroplancs. The s, flying mnchlne, contrary to all has not yet revolutionized modern warefare. The effective fight ing Is still being done ns it was al ways done on earth with cannon, sword and rifle. The war Is not yet ended and be fore the end the aeroplane and Zeppelin- may meet In deadly- - combat. Already one encounter has been re ported, when two German Zeppelins met three French monoplanes and in dulged In a bit of sky fighting. There were numerous shots exchanged, no apparent damage done, and, rising to a higher altitude.' the Germans flew silently away. This shows that aerial fighting Is yet In its infancy. The test having been made further experiments will naturally follow The deadly possibilities ot the aeroplane has been definitely shown in the Antwerp incident. A bomb dropped in the night, into a sleeping city, may do much damage The possibilities for the loss of life are almost limit-'"-less. The great trouble) and probably the real reason Why the aeroplane has not been more frequently used, is that the war Is not waged against women and children, and a bomb thus dropped kills all alike. The helpless cannot protect themselves and those who drop the bombs have no possible way of knowing who the victims will be. 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Knulotloii ntnl Oiril ol Thinkv"" perlloe mnnt.v In ndvnnce. rvler frw, tint nther for Cknrth ,N'ntl church adTerttcrnmt", .V fer iltn'. no will rect-lrisotijioooi" comnmnlcntlon attention. has held the northern tier of States; yet his It established a Government? It has not and there does not seem to have beeln nny attempt to do so. "There never has been an honest election down there and there nev er will be until the bands of brigands that Infest the land be subdued. What can one expect when these bands rani and pillage wherever they wish? They have no laws, no controlling force; they murder and plunder where they will with no pen ' alty if caught. "If there Is to be an ultimate settlement of the Mexican troubls It must be brought about by the I'nlt-c- d States. That would take 400,000 men many years, and a vast sum of money. There would be no glory in only the It for the t'nlted States principle of the thing and It is a j question If the great republic would i j care to foot the bill." Tukch I'ntier Dramatic Circumstances. GerRome, Sept. 12. Forty-si- x man and Austrian reservists, bound from New York to their native lands by way of Genoa, were taken from the Italian steamer America by British authorities at Gibraltar on Au gust 24 under highly dramatic circumstances. The America was boarded at sea at 3 o'clock in the morning by officers from a British cruiser 1R0 miles out, and her captain, Gaspar Flletl, directed to put In at Gibraltar. The Britisher appeared suddenly out of the blackness of night and sent a shot across the bows of tho America. As the steamer stopped her engines the hundreds of first and second cab-I- n passengers hurried on deck in all sorts of attire. The two thousand steerage passengers scrambled for points of vantage on the lower decks. A blinding searchlight, seemingly hung in the heavens, slid along the length of the steamer as the cruiser circled about her a hundred yards away. The German and American contingent among he passengers which had been speculating upon their chances of passing Gibraltar safely, hurried about the decks talking excitedly, following the movements of the ghostly craft. At length, apparently satisfied as to the identity of the Italian, the searchlight was turned off and the Outlines of the cruisers stood out, blackly against tho sky. Presently a boat pulled away and quickly shot under the lee of the liner, a scaling ladder was dropped over the side and up it scrambled two young officers and several marines. While the Germans chattered in excited groups the British visitors sought out the captain on the bridge. After a half hour's suspense the r . p i 3 Of Ladies' and Misses' Coat Suits, Skirts, Dress Goods and Ginghams Our Advance Showings jjl jrD.XTO.GZz' L3 IteervKt FRIDAY, SKPTKMIIKK IK. Stock exchanges will close, but can bet on the horse rncs. mKrfs Iih 1 the sports S kl The girls are hulng the war editions of the newspapers, so as to learn about the fall fashions. The war causes a shortage of school supplies, but our home factories turn out excellent jackntves for whittling the desks. and Woolen Piece Goods are ready for your consideration. This Store has always been right up to the minute with fashion's latest U decree in all kinds of Wearing Apparel and this reputation must be maintained. Of Ladies' Ready-to-We- ar We Invite You 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. ; It seems, after all that the freight war tax is o be abandoned and instead we are to pay for bank checks, deposits, deeds, mortgages and on gasoline. Those who helped pay the Spanish-America- n war tax will remember spmethlng about those burdens. This tax, however, Is to be worse and comes t a time when we are at peace with the world. j t A r look now may mean money in your pocket when you get ready to buy, as well as more satisfaction and service after you have bought. If there had been no war there would have been a great deficit in the United States Treasury anyway. This fact had .already been made clear under the new tariff for several months. Of course the war will furnish the excuse. Everybody will have to go down Into their pockets and dig up to pay the freight tax and make up for the revenue lost It costs you nothing to look. We're proud of our stock and we love to show you. under the Wilson-Underwo- tariff E. F. BARNES SIX MEN ATTACK & BRO. i Criticises Withdrawal of Troops. New York, Sept. 16. Sir Lionel British Minister to Carden, one-tim-e Mexico and recently appointed Minon the ister to Brazil, sailing Celtic for Liverpool, is quoted by the New York City News Association as having made the following statement concernng the withdrawal of boarders departed and the steamer American roops from Vera Cruz. got under way. a desperate shame that the "It 8 Sinister signs later In the mornUnited States has seen fit to abandon people of Mexico when ing nipped any hopes the Germans the decent may have had. Side gangways were they most need help. I do not know but it would'seem made ready as for a port call. Lunch, the reason for this, was served an hour earlier than Wilson has been misto-d- Dam, KenKicky that President cus-toma- ry informed in some matters and that As the BhoreS of the main land if another sldo of tho situation has appeared, soon after noon, a snaky-lookin- g been brought to his attntion he has torpedoboat came streaking not seen fit to listen to anything that through the sea. She flewfa British contradicts those who have told him flag. An officer balancing himself that the country has been pacified. ropes as he lay tossing people who did not get pro- against the "The alongside bawled through a megatection In Mexico City and elsewhere went to Vera Cruz for protctiocn. phone: "Have you any Germans aboard?" What will they do now? They have "I have many," shouted Capt. Flof getting away and will no means letl, signaling at the same time with be left to the mercies of the lawless clement that will immediately over- his hands, "Follow me at half speed," orderrun the town and country. ed the torpedo boat commander. Kays Slate of Anarchy Kxists. Into the port at Gibraltar he led "When it Is said that a state of the Italian and put to sea in search absolute anarchy exists in Mexico it prey. is not stating the facts too strongly. for other Once at anchor in the harbor tho polcc-me- n There were some 4,000 good by a British in the City of Mexico, but these America was boarded official and his staff. All passengers have been supplanted by an army of 35,000 soldiers that fought tho Fed- were ordered to gather In the dining eral Government, and among those saloon. The passenger list was are several thousands of wild Yaqul brought and the Inquisition began. Indians who two months ago fought A few of the German and Austrians v. ere passed for one consideration with bows and arrows as the only or another, but the majority were weapons they knew. Imagine these wild men turned loose in the streets told that they must stop at Gibralof a great city with no law to gov- tar. Meantime a barge had tied up ern them and with the residents at alongside. To this the prisoners of war were transferred with their bagtheir mercy. "Nither life, liberty nor property gage. It Is understood that some five is safe, and whenever an otlicial so may turn a family out of hundred others taken from earlier desires he Its pome and commandeer everything. steamers were already held at GThere Is no redress, for there nre no ibraltar. They wre said to have freecourts, no Congress, no laws noth- dom within tho limits of the town ing but anarchy and military des- many of them being lodged in hotels, potism, with not even a supreme chief while others were kept in improvised barracks. to oversee that. r had some sort of a gov"Huerta Miss Lsubel .Maiuy Dead. ernment; Carranza has none whatevThe Morganfield Sun of Friday er; the only claim he has to greatness is his physique, and that is not says that Miss Isabel Mauzy died so terrifying, either. There is not at her home there Tuesday of last even martial law there, because there week, after a lingering illness of tuJs no organization. The Zapatistas, berculosis. She had been a sufferer wild roaming bands of brigands, ev- for sevral months and in the last ery few days assault tho waterworks two months had sunk very rapidly. of Mexico City, which are only thirty-fiv- e Miss Mauzy was employed as an opminutes' ride from tho city, and erator in tho local telephone exare all tho time trying to get Into change before her Illness. Funoral town. They are driven away by su- services and interment took place in perior forces, hut again mcke uu as- - Morganfield on Wednesday after- tiault when they feel inclined, nut 'noon. Mlsi Mauzy was formerly n resident of lluviford and !s v;ell re- this Is only an instance." "Kor months tho Carranza party membered here. 11 Spanish girl who is considered one embankments.. The work to be com- will be accepted. of the best lady bare back riders in pleted within sixty days after ac- Board of Drainage Commissioners Ohio County, Kentucky. the circus profession. Tho Crandal ceptance of bid. 4 MUTILATE STUDENT Family arc riders of considerable The work of construction will be Attest: S. T. BABNETT. President. talent. They won a round of applause let out one piece at a time and then W. S. TINSLEY, Secretary. with their act yesterday afternoon. as a whole and the lowest bidder 9t2 The Gothard Troupe of Wire perL. J. Thomas, of Central City, formers are as clever on the bounding wire as any wire performer that Assaulted In Woods Near have ever been in Hartford. The Aerial Fausts furnished he auBowling Green. dience with many thrills with the -- i t flying tropez. Bowling Green, Ky., Sept. 14. The wild west part of the show has Staggerng Into the offtco of Dr. John some very good rough riders. F. South, on State Street, a young PUBLIC LOTTING. man about 24 years old, invoked the Ohio County Court. physician, saying he had aid of the M. B. Barnard) been badly cut'. His talk was Inco) Notice vs. herent. He was dressed in his shirt ) Public Levy, and trousers. An examination showNotice Is hereby given In above ed that he had been mutilated In a styled proceeding pursuant to law, has individuality that Is made for you. Kn-Ko- n most painful manner. An anaesthetthat the undersigned will on Saturno other soft drink possesses. Thirst quenching, ic was administered, and the wounds day, the 2Gth day of September, dressed, und he was sent to the hoshubit it's one that iippcti.ing. Gee the Iva-Ko- a 1914, between the hours of 10 a. m. pital. 2 o'clock p. m., at the court won't gut you. Tonight he was faring well, and and house door In Hartford, Kentucky, told the physician that his name was let at public outcry to the lowest L. J. Thomas, and that his homo and best bidder the construction of was at Central City, and had been directed to bo Kentucky the improvements attending the Western made herein as follows: State Normal School for a few days. Emhankment builded across tho ' He did not remember distinctly about slough between land of Amanda and j the assault. He said he was walking It. D. Bennett; second, .an em-- 1 alone thru the woods, in the Miburbs, and culvert across the when he was set upon by six men bankmcut navlnti olniKrli tlilvrl nti nmlinnV ' .....u, w...u.... V; lull t.uv.n.., wearing masks, and mutilated. He slough of en managed to drag himself to the city ill t and culvert across Elgin, or Bond Bros., farm; fourth, and to the doctor's office. He said an embankment across slough near any of Ills assailhe did not know the barn of C. B. Sullcngcr; fifth ants, nor would he hazard an opinan embankment acros the slough ion as to why he was attacked. Local just above the abutment of Hartford officers are at work on the case, but I Bridge across Rough river; sixth, have not yet secured a clue. 'embankment and culvert across the Little Is known of Thomas, and it Taylor slough on land of W. O. and -is possible he has given a fictitious It. Holbrook; seventh, an embankname. f ment and culvert across what is He will recover unless complicaknown as Joe Jeff Bennett slough; tions set In. , eighth, an embankment and culvert F. O. B. DETROIT. The Jllg Circus, across slough on Geo. Phlpp's land; 'Slg Sautell Circus aud ninth, an embankment and culvert Tho Big Wild West Show arrived yesterday across slough on land of U. S. Car-Bomorning from Madisonville, where where said Carson's land joins they gave two performances WedV land of F. L. Felix. nesday. The culverts to be of Iron of the At Peyton The Slg Sautell Circus Is the big- following dimensions: gest show that has visited Hartford. slough, to be five feet in diameter; Although this circus is a uew comer culvert on Bond Bros., laud to be in this part of Kentucky, It has en- two feet In diameter; culvert in Tayjoyed a record of EG years of suc- lor slough to be two feet in diamecess. ter; culvert in Joe Jeff Bennett Mr. Sautell first operated his show slough to bo five fet in diameter; on the old York State Canal. The culvert in Geo. Phlpp's land to be circus part of the program consists four feet in diameter; culvert on Geo. of some of the best performers we Phlpp's land to bo two feet in diamhave seen. Among the troupes who eter, mid tho other on his land to be (INCORPORATED.) havo won an International reputa- of the snmo dimensions, and lastly JZ tion are tho Famous Melrose troupo culvert on tho laud of U. S. Carson KY. of KIders. The Hiding Connors do a to be four feet In diameter. e very clever riding act. Thero will bo about 4,000 cubic j Miss Oweku Meers Is a black eyed feet of earth to bo moved aud put in r, H H B B B B B B . SSS SSSSSA2SSSS9SS s FORD'S PRICES REDUCED Saturday, Aug. 1. Roadster Touring Car - $440.00 $490.00 n, New Car Load in Stock at Madisonville. Buy Yourself a Ford at 1915 Prices BARNES AUTOMOBILE CO. CENTRAL CITY, g two-hors- ross$sro$$$ssv4;csr$$rs U We Shall Expect Yob Eld. W. IJ. Wright, Dawson, Springs, visited his (laughter, Mrs. ('. K. Smith, yesterday. Mr, Itlchard Shlolds,"wTfo and little son, of Cromwell, called to see uh while In town yesterday. Miss Alice Known, who In teaching nt McIIenry, spent last week with her parents, Mr. nml Mrs. C. I. Koown. Mr. Ernest Klold, who lino been the guest of Miss Mnry Howe, returned to IiIh home In Lafayette, ha.., yesterday. Mr. Albert Robertson, of Kansas City, Mo., In spending hi!) var.il Ion with his parents, Mr. mid Mrs. Joe .llnberlson, linst Hartford. Messrs. Jessu Hoover, Kstlll I'nrk and Owen Hunter nttcuded (lie funeral services of Mr. J. 1. McKlnncy lit Heaver Dam Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. II. K. l.co Slnuner-mn- n and datiKbter, Miss Winnie, uiid Miss Kiln McKluney, of Heaver Dam, were In Owcnsboro Tuesday. The Woinons' Literary Club will hold Its first session, closing tlio summer vacation, with Mrs. Howan Holbrook tomorrow afternoon. Our Opening of Fall Millinery Will Misses Winnie Slinniernian and McKlnney, Heaver Dam,, will leave next Wednesday for Nashville Seminary. to KUa er Ward-Uclmont Take Place Saturday to our patrons and friends a most cordial invitation to be present on this occasion. This department will he in chargo of Miv. Mary Lynch, who lias had many years experience as a trimmer. She will be glad to meet with you as well as show you Wo extend Eastman kodaks and supplies a complete line. Hrlng your kodak to the fair. It will doublo your pleasure. J. H. TAI'PAN. 10t2 Jeweler and Optician. Mrs. Schlemmer, Cannelton, Ind., who has been he guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will Schlemmer, city, returned homo Monday. She was acompanled to Irvlngon by Miss Gertrude Schlemmer. Th Owensboro Alercbants Kail Festival next week promises to be a great attraction. It is being patronized by all the business men of the city. See the ad. on eighth page of this paper. The Owensboro Elk Lodge has taken charge of the Daviess County Fair this year and the program Is an excellent one. The days are Oct. 7, 8,9, and 10th. You cannot afford to miss It. Among those who are attending the State Fair this week are Judge and Mrs. W. H. Barnes, Judge J. B. Wilson, W. E. Ellis, Miss Verna Duke, Hartford, and Mr. Henry Plrtle, R. F. D. No. 1. Biggest Stock, Latest Styles, Low-s- t Prices will prevail In Fairs' Mil- the very newest in Fall Headwear. Come ond bring your friends with you and REMEMBER THAT IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. The Gray-Gree- n German. There has been but llttlo vivid description of the actual fighting In Belgium, nnd nothing to compare with the picture of Gcrmnn soldiers as Mr Davis saw them envelop the streets of Brussels. Now that that army- - "(ho gray of the hour Just before daybreak, the gray of unpolished steel, of mist anions green has trees" driven southward through the first lines of the allies' defense, ihcro Is added force to the ominous words. The protective coloration of armies, to adopt the lmturullstR' phrase, Is n subject of astonishingly recent development. Every" American schoolboy has learned what fine marks the gaudy British uniforms were nt Lexington and Bunker Hill. Yet It was not until modern rifle fire reached Its marvelous precision nt long range that service uniforms were widely adopted. The German uniform was tho re sult of long experimentation, and Is undoubtedly an admirable neutral foliage of tint In the gray-gree- n nnd France. The British ser vice uniform Is more of a drab color. Tho Belgium army is reported to have fought In its ordinary uniforms, many of which nre brilliantly colorThey have suffered severely ed. in consequence. The French army lias b$en one of the last to adopt n service uniform, and' there is some question as to what proportion of its forces now in the field is equipped with the new cloth. It 13 described suggestas an olivo drab, some-whing the winter uniforms of our American army. From Mr. Davis's description it would seem that one troop of French dragoons which he observed were wearing their old blue and red uniforms. If this holds true of any large number of French soldiers it may prove a serious handicap. New, York Tribune. Bel-glu- m at i I jO'""'' I I I I ' GET YOUR i I, U NEW FALL NOW surr DON'T WAIT TO BUV YOUR NEW FALL SUIT. GET IT NOW AND LONGER CLOTHES. TO USE HAVE JUST THAT AND MUCH NEW ENJOY YOUR THIS IS THE BEST WAY TO OWN YOUR CLOTHES GHEAPLY. WE MAKE THE PRICES ON OUR GARMENTS .LOW WHEN WE FIRST MARK THEM SO THAT THEY WILL SELL FAST AND BRING YOU BACK TO US ALL YOUR LIFE. For Sale. Jones Brand of Fertilizers. 'Call on me for your fall orders. I will sell on reasonable A good stock of J&Ga PAUL-- WOODWARD HARTFORD, KY. terms. Feed 9t4 & W. E. ELLIS, Produce Merchant, Hartford, Ky. Notice. . The next examination for teacher's certificates, both county and State, will be held in Hartford on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 18 and 19. OZNA SHULTS, S. S. O. C. A TEXAS WONDER. CARSON INCORPORATED. ' CO. Hartford, Kentucky. ? General Contractor and Builder save you money on Denier In IJtht llulldlnjc Material. Can everyt!ilnK which Roes IMaMerlnR, ItoofljiK Cement, HKK HIM 1IKFORK Into h modern building Concrete Silos. MAK1NH YOL'Il 1'IiANS. Hartford Republican. FlllDAY, SKl'TKMHKK 18. - You cannot afford to miss the Ohio County Fulr Sept. Call and seo Lion Brand Shoes. HUB CLOTHING CO. forget the Ohio County Fair Don't begins September 23 four days. 23-2- I Miss Poppie Nail WiintM Viu See Her NEW MILLINERY You can find what you want in Fall Millinery at Fulrs' Saturday. Look at our big lino of Ladles' HUB CLOTHING Co. fine Skirts. Four school girl boardWanted MRS. A. K. ANDERSON. ers. rni.iiuslnir the lulcst in IX Headgear nml TrlniniliiK. Hats trimmed to order In the latest sstyles at the most reasonable prices. Please Rive us a call next door to Ohio County Drug Co. Fne display of Millinery, Coat Suits and Cloaks at Fairs', Saturday. Call and see A. 11. Klrschbaum all wool Suits. HUB CLOTHING CO. MILLINERY OPENING SATURDAY. IIIMMtMIIIHHt1 Meet me at Fairs' Millinery opening Saturday! Don't mTsfTit Fairs' Millinery op- ening; Saturday. It will pay you to seo fairs' Millinery- Saturday. Ladles' Coats und coal Suits. .HUB CLOTHING. CO. More attractions tnaTTever at tho Ohio County Fair this year. Prettiest for years the Fall Millinery. See display at Fairs' Saturday. Four School girl boardWanted MRS. E. B. PENDLETON, ers. Hartford, Ky. A splendid band wllfmake music at the Ohio County Fair Sept. 23, . 24, 25 and 26. manageThe Ohio County Fair ment has urranged for a balloon ascension each day. Mr. F. 'lTFoTIx and family spent Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives In Greenville. Mr Ernest"Fleld, oTTafayetto, La and Miss Mary Rowe, Hartford, spent tho day In Owensboro Tuesday. Hcliool Hooks and SiipidTes at Ohio County DruK Co., Hartford, Ky. Sent by mall on receipt of price and post-ago. Boys' Knee" Pants. . HUB CLOTHING CO. Buy a Swan I fat. HUB CLOTHING CO. yourfriends"at "Fairs' MiMeet llinery opening Saturday. Big Hno"of "Overcoats! HUB CLOTHINa CO. a ad. on Please look for the page. Get in lino with tho thousthis 100 per ands who drink satisfaction. You wou't regret it. cent Eyes tested, and tho best spectacles fitted tho best way. Don't neglect your eyes. Ka-KoKa-Ko- a. 10t2 J. B. TAPPAN.Jeweler and Optician. - . Wonder cures kidney an dissqlo-e- s gravel, Lawn. Heed Have a big stock of cures dllbetes, weak tnd lame backs, Bluegrass and Bermunda. Now is the rheumatism, and. all Irregularities Of W. E. ELLIS, time to sow. the kidneys and bladder In both men Produce Merchant. and women. Regulates bladder trouCan furnish anything in high bles In children .If not sold by your class monumental works, cemetery druggist, will send by mall on regoods, etc., at low prices. ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle Is R. W. JOHNSTON, two months' treatment, and seldom Narrows, Ky. 8tf falls to perfect a cure. Send for tes-Representative Continental Mar- ttlraonlals from this and other statoe. , A- Qf .ll ,.o vmu qucui, a ble and Granite Co., Canton, Ga. ir. r v. nun, 3u rt,l o Williams, formerly of Mr. John J. Xotlcei Pay Your Tuxes! ( ( Memphis, Tenn., Chicago, 111., and I, or one of my deputies will be Mo., Is now living with St. Louis, his brother, Guy E. Williams, in at the precincts named below on the Philadelphia, Pa., where he has ac- following dates to receive your tax: Monday, Sept. 21, Heflln. cepted a position, with the Bell TelMonday, Sept. 28, Buford and spent ephone Co. On his way East, he two days In Chicago, 111., where ho Deanficld. Tuesday, Sept. 29, Taffy and Herwas best man at his brother's wedding, Gross T. Williams, and after- bert. The tax books for the above dates wards toastmastr at the dinner, givwill not bo at Sheriff's office on en at the LaSallo Hotel. dates mentioned. For Sale. S. O. KEOWN, Sheriff. Two dwellings nnd lots In Cromwell, Ky. Also stock of restaurant Taxes Due For 1914. goods and one set of blacksmith's Wo lia.vo received the tax books an tools. Call on aro now roaVly to g've you a receipt. RICHARD SHIELDS, Please call nt this office at your earCromwell, Ky. 10t2 liest convenience and settle. Death of "37 P. McKlnney. SO. KEOWN, Mr. J? P. McKlnney died at his E2tf. Sheriff Ohio Co. home in Beaver Dam Tuesday morning about 11 o'clock after a lingering illness from paralysis, Mr. Mcyears Klnney had for twenty-fiv-e been a traveling salesman and was widely known all over western Kentucky and was exceedingly popular with all. Tho funeral services were conducted at Beaver Dam by Eld's. Wright and Gwinn, after which the interment took place at Rochester, conducted by the Masonic Order, of which he had been a very prominent member for a great many years. He was rdso n member of Rough River Lodge K. of P., which sent out a committee to the funeral nnd also a hundsouie floral design. x-& The deceased leaves a wife and two sons, Dr. J. O. McKlnney and W. 0. McKluney, Beaver Dam. Mr. Mc- when applied to cattle or hogs.means Klnney will be greatly missed from simply that they are superior. Corn among the walks of men. fed stock always demands the highest market prices. Wo are selling KKAIj ESTATE FOR SALE. corn. At these prices it 133 3 acres Vi mile from Hartford. good sound will bu good for anyone having stock acres 3 miles from Hartford. 100 gettng ready for the acres 3 miles from Hartford. which they are 75 pounds of acres 3 miles from Hartford. market. It means more 125 beef or pork as well as better prices. All Rough river bottom land In district. Please tho write us if you want to sell or buy laud. The Produce Merchant HOLBROOK & PARK, Agts., HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY Hartford, Ky. 9tf linery department Saturday. The Tcm s, bladdeV;?-rouble- Do You Want a Fence Once a farmer said to one of .his farmer friends when he was trying to sell him a cow: "A cow is a cow." "Yes," replied the other, "but there's a mighty big difference in cows." Some give lots of good milk, and some don't give enough to pay for their keep. Some it's a profit to own, and others a dead loss. It's the same way with you, Friend Farmer, in regard to your fencing. Some is profit to own and install while others are a dead loss. Re- " - CORN FED goods. member we have the best wire fencing line, from the strongest pasture fence down to the poultry wire fence. Won't you please get our price prices? We have for every one. We're here with the rock-botto- m ACTON BROS., Hartford, Ky. NEW I INSURANCE AGENCY ,- have recently purchased from A. C. Yeiser his recording: for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental Hartford, Etna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includ.es I the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county, These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased'to I ' x hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, Atrencies levee-protect- ed W. E. ELLIS E. E. BIRKHEAD, '' i Hartford, Ky. ii. cult to enforo the military order. WESTERN "DRYS" Death Is the penalty, and those who might otherwise be Inclined to do a ARE ALL PUZZLED little blind tiger business hesitate seriously. In Germany even the breweries liavo been closed. Two reasons hnvc been assigned for this. Beer Is not absolutely needed, and grain used iv the manufacture of liquors Is far more necessary for food supplies. For years France has recognized the great evil of absinthe. It Is more of a drug n Its effects than liquor. It Is more potent In Its fatal results. There Is yet a more significant reason why the powers nt war are s. making prohibitionists of their The duty of a soldier nnd the liquor drinking habit are antagonistic. No one can shoot straight tin-ehis brain Is clear. No one Is fit o be a soldier who hns to resort to i stimulant before he has courage 'iiough to fight well. No one can lo his full duty to his country and o his command under the Influence if drink. He cannot be depended in. What did not seem posslblo In lines of peace France now finds easy o accomplish as a war measure, ntid t stands to reason that when the latlon Is onco more at peace the sol-llerss wgwwBaefghawjuiiwin'jtit FREE niv FREE HOTEL i Id I Directory Onto County 1 3Pi'orsisioT3:aL Otto C. Martin at POWHATAN Conditions In New York and Ohio Are Mystery to Chicago psMGm D.C. IllELOFAMERICANlI Leaders. Chicago, III., Aug. 16. Western prohibition leaders aro wondering what Is coming over tlielr eastern brethren. They look askance upon the acceptance of "Bill" Stilzer ag the gubernatorial candidate of Now York state prohibitionists and the desern League tion by the Ohio of James A. Garfield, the Progressive candidate for governor In the Anti-saloo- Memoirs of Napoleon ;; list. I In a city where good hotels bound, the Powhatan heads the countrymen. It Is first In the hearts of It Three Volumes This man caused the last general European war. His personal memoirs, written by his secretary, Baron IX Mcncval, are full of the most absorbing incidents, especially in view of the present crcat European struggle. Just a hundred jcars ago, hit ambi- W:i43 The Towhatan is clusue, and restful. "1"!" later state. hibition leader of national fame, "that our brothers In New ork ac cepted the offer of Sulzcr to head our ticket. I personally know of a goodly number of New York gentle- "It seems strange," says a pro- I men, any of whom would have made a better and a stronger candidate than the Impeached Democratic Why, Sulzer even backed nnd filled on a proposal to sign a iresent stringent prohibition rules prohibition pledge stating that he n regard to absinthe drinking will was a total abstainer. That ought to lot be rescinded. The rule does not only apply to have been enough to have ended his chances to become our nominal franco and Germany, but England, vhllc more conservative, has enact-;- d leader. rules almost as drastic. No liquor the Ohio situation is a mys"But tery a complete mystery. We, here if any sort will be received or de- ivered In England to any of Its sol-leIn Chicago and the West cannot unor any man under enlistment, derstand it. At the express desire of n League workers, the ;Ifts of liquor will be allowed to our leaders of the progressive party In .e accepted. If such facts are recognized In three planks one Ohio adopted favoring statewide prohibition, one Imes of war, If the danger of drlnk-n- g Is appreciated then, the same favoring woman's suffrage and one opposing the proposed constitutional ule should apply equally as well n times of peace. amendment offered by the It sometimes requires severe liberal element. James Garfeld, a to bring about exacting laws. fne, clean young man and the son Of our martyred Garfield, was nomDlnrrlioea Quickly Cured. inated for Governor. And yet we n "My attention was first called to with pain that the Jearn League, ftmrlng that Garfield Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Ift cannot be elected, about to JIarrhoea Remedy as jnuch as ijrow Us fnfjuence In favor of Wilwelve years ago. At that tjme I lis, Ihe Rfjpnbjjcpij candidate, al- seriously JU with eumnisr fWfl- -- itfrigh the Republicans' refused to vas Tilalnt. One dose- or this remedy adopt a plank favorng state-wid- e prohibition or suffrage, either, and .iheckcd the trouble," writes Mrs. dodged the liquor question by means 2. W. Florence, Rockfleld, Ind. for of a plank which agrees pnly to ale by all Dealers. 'taHfi HO backward step' on prohtbi-Un"' """ Luke McLuke Saj . The fonder a woman Is of'clothes flry territory. Wet and .he fewer of them she wears; In view of the wet and dry vote As long as a woman thinks thai to be held In November, the followi man is jealous of her she doesn't ing facts will be of Interest. care whether he loves her or not. Nine states which before January tad who used to The prohibition laws 1, 1913, enacted paper collars now Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, wear reversible were: son who would throw away a North Carolina, North Dakota; Ok- has a dally before he Tennessee, West Virginia soiled fifteen throat lahoma, would carry It home. and Georgia. They have a populaWe all hope to meet each other tion of nearly 15,000,000. rjnkadorna-- , are 17 states In which per in Heaven. But we'll be There tobllltlously jlmblatted if. we'll speak cent of the poulatlon live In 'territory. These are to our neighbors while we are here' -- .. Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Flo- on earth. You do, not have to go to a "movrida, daho, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Minnesota, Nebraska, ie" shoy to get that rummy effect. Louisiana, and try to Imagine Just fjSpMb Dakota, Texas, Vermont, and YOUIlsit down Wuff of your heart, wife, the Which have a population Virginia, tho Wlff that you like next to yourOf 5,000,000. self, wearing the hop skirts that are There are 13 states In which 25 summer. per cent of the poulatlon live In threatened for next 1SS3 aro back In The basques of terrltory-namelCalifornstyle and It is a cinch that the doll-maia, Deleware, Illinois, Maryland, Masthe bustle and the ferry boat sachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, follow. We can stand for Utah, Washington, Wiscon- hat will Oregon, all of these, but for the love of sin and Wyoming. At different times Mike don't bring back tho whatnot. S3 states have adopted the policy of Once in a while a man gets to be prohibition. All but nine, for one lieve that half of the men he knows reason, have abandoned It for local grasshoppers and the other half option or control by license. Of the are files. One stops to see where It has nine dry stiites the majority have landed, and tho other gang buzzes been dry but a few years and one, around and sees how often It can West Virginia, went dry on August prohibition cani-- 1 Irritate you without getting busted. 1st. State-wid- e When a woman worries more over palgns are' on this nil in Virginia, her husband's digestion than she Washington and Ohio, Caliofrnla, does over her complexion, none of Oregon. tho pay envelope goes into an office where Deafness Cannot Be Curet? building most ofdivorce lawyers have signs on the doors. fcy local application, at they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There If Berore he gets her he figures only one way to cure deafness, and that I fey constitutional remedies Dcafnua la that she Is going to live on love and caused by an Inflamed condition of the lining of the Eustachian Tube. When kisses. But after he gets her ho is I tola tube la Inflamed you have a rumbling pound or Imperfect hearing, and when It la always kicking about the bills for entirely closed. Deafness Is the result, and corned beef and cabbage. voles the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to It normal condiThere Isn't an awful lot of differtion, bearing will be destroyed forever: nine out of ten are caused by Catarrh, ence between patience and laziness. rs Anti-salooty Anti-salooV y: n, mu-eo- tions bathed the Continent in a sea of blood. France alone, under his leader ship, fought Germany, Kuia, Austria, Italy, and Great Britain anj tvea. Get these Memoirs Free By special arrangement with the publishers of COLLIER'S, The National Weekly, nc are enabled to offer a limited number of these sets of the Memoirs of Napoleon free with a car's subscription to Collier's and this paper. 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I also had dreadful pains in my back The same death rate prevailed through 1913, while In 1912 there and sides and when one of those weak, were 215 out of every 1,000 head sinking spells would come on me, I that perished from maladies. would have to give up and lie down, What's the Use? Before leaving for Corfu on his until it wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of vacation the Kaiser issued two commands, directing society people how health, when I finally decided to try to behave themselves at their own Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly dinner tables. The first order was that they should not sit at dinned more than forty-fiv- e minutes; the second, that the gentlemen, Instead of lingering for a while alone to smoke and-tel- l man stories, should rise when the ladles retire from the board and go with them Into the drawing-room- . It is added that fashionable society is going meekly to obey. 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It rife to: Chattanooga MeJlclne Co., LaJIs Chattanooga, Tenn.. for Special It on your case ard book. "Hontf Treatment for Women," sent Is oUln wrasoar. J-- ttructunit JAMES & CO., Pirst Class Lrlverymeti Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, lators. Indianapolis has a danci censor, a lady who hangs aroun I whenever a dance is given and sees to it that a visiting card can be inserted between the tangoers. A town In Wisconsin sees Indianapolis and raises. Anybody caught dancing the tango Is Jerked up and fined, by heck! Also the dancing school has been closed. It is as much as a man's reputa tion Is worth to ride in a crowded d virstreet car. Some gin Is liable to have him arrested for standing too near, or for not standing near enough. When you hear a woman scream you'd better make off as fast as you can run. The fact that you have been a church member for forty years and are old, bald and reputable can not save you from being arrested aSTfpolson needier. Bent It! In Germany the police swooped down upon a postal card the other day. It depleted a woman leaning out of the window with a baby In her arms; she was calling to a man, presumably the father of the child. What's wrong with that? Ha! the Sherlock Holmes Berlin police know. In the picture the woman did not wear a wedding ring. You can't kiss a pretty girl, even when she dares you, for fear of microbes You can't marry her without a certificate from the eugenists. And if you don't marry her she sues you for breach of promise. If you don't make money you are a failure; If you do make money you are worse, for you are taking the shoes and stockings out of the poor man's mouth; if you go to church you are a hypocrite; if you go to the saloon you are a bum. "Johnny," said his mother, "go out In the yard and see what Willie Is doing. And whatever It Is, tell him to stop It." What's the use? Dr. Frank Crane, In the Farm Journal. We'll Have to Wear White Socv. If the .European war does not cease within a few weeks and there teems llttte urnsprcta that It will, everybody will have to wear white stockings. Aniline, the chemical base of all dyes comes from 'Germany. It Is said that thero Is no aniline produced in this country. Manufacturers of dyed goods have practically exhausted the supply In this country. All drug stores are being visited by agents for the purpose of buying up the entire supply. It Is stated that there Is sufficient dye on hand to last about two months. pure-minde- Starck Pianos No Moaey inAdvauce aaBSBBW X Salinfnc-Ho- n Prices K a it eat Term A 1 nteetl Foot ory Gnar Oqj. CLUBBING RATES. $1.35 The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm....: Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The jttEPUBLicAn and uany uwensooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 1.60 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 Globe-Democrat Twice-a-WeekOwensbo- ro Savt ug SlOfl to $20U P A. STARCK of msioixr From Fao tory Direct .. Wo will Klllu ou a. beautiful Stnn-- I rnr tn .i, ...,i i. ..,.. home. No cash payment required. All we ask la that sou will nlay upon, use arm tent this piano ror 30 day, ir. at tlio of that time, you l not nnd u tha lilKliext Krado. amectcvt toned and finest piano In every w.ty, that you have ever fceen for Ihu mone. jou are at perfect liberty to send It back, and we will, m that . i'") ooui ways, una starcic nana must make good with you. or there Is iw sale. no m.-in- 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL KJ tr Twice-a-Wee- Savt $150.00 or Mart We ship dlrrct to you Irani our factor, at prices tlut jou upward of $150 CO Ui the oM cf your iianj. We guarantee to furaiitu you a letter piano for the manfy than jou ran wire elsewhere. You are asiired ol receiving a satisfactory iwevt toned durable high grade I'll no. Easy Payments Ton pay no caih down, bu alter 30 days of trial, you can begin loyment on the low. est, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. TI.mo terms are arranged to uit your convenience, anj it Is possible for you to hi y a phio for your hom, without ue tr.' Tl of It !n KustaoM our 34 yean of plana esperiroce, in I the reputation of an rriponalble piano bouse. rumnlcfd Evenr SUrck for Plino M U We Jnt Playtf'fSaM on oiarcK Ptaycr-l'lano- s Address all orders to in jears. 50 Frsi Musi To cny purchaser of Starck Pitnoi, we give free mualc lessons, in one of the bett I noun schools In Chicago. These lewus you ran take In your own home, by mall. This represents one year's tree Instruction. lire number of slirfhtty ujm! and second hand pianos o( alt sundsrd males taktn In e chanjte fir new Starck Tlanoa and Flsycr-PlancThe follow. Ing are a few sample bargains) Weber luie romtantlr land Starck Ltistns Steinway Chlckering Kimball SUrck $110.00 92.00 00.03 95.00 195.00' the best and mnut besutl-fu- l Player Piano on CM market. You will be delighted with the many exclusive features of these wonderful Instruments, anil will be plcaied with tha rry low prices at which tney can be secured. THE REPUBLICAN. WHY NOT MAKE partment through Recruiting Ser- Plana Send for our latevt complete second hand bargain list. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. Send today for our new beautifully illustrated piano book which gives you a large amount of Information regarding pianos. This book .will Interest and please you. Write today. li.k Frit 1343 Starck Bld.. CHICAGO . Man Welborn Wins Tlie 1st and -- ml nuinlii'r.s fulling to show up by Sept. Unil.'ue pultl $03 In rash to Man Wclboru, of Cliffy, Ivy., who held tlio Jlrtl ntiinlicr In the con lost fur the barrel of lmu "OM I 'or QUALITY" OIC ifllS.OO IX CASH. We make prompt! slilpiiipnts miiir jour orders to us. nilrk hhlpuirntN to nil "tlry" points In Kentucky. "Old Quality, Ono Htar" us Kood us any bottled lu bond only $?i.oo per ptilon, express prepaid. ! : : J P. H. LANCASTER "OLD QUALITY", & CO,, XV. - Owensljoro, Ky. "OI,l 8. STONE" "PUEMIKK l'URE" i!ron3 COPYrUaHT AC. Anvona aenrllnc a atateh tad description may ruiciiif asitiriiiln ourpp'ntou Iro wueiuer i ........ (iiiiiifuiiivn. iitvcufcunn la iiriiDaniv iHlVlliHniH. UoiuHirlctlfeonDdoiitia, riutwu on aeaucy for aoturiusT Patents. ae.nt Uoa. 01 lest I'atsnta talen tbrouaU llunn ft Co. rscvlr iBKcuinoiur, wiinout wares, lama OVER 6S YEARS' EXPERIENCE Suekbee'a "Full of Life" Northern GrotM Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation oi vivesrsaf tucccsilul seed growing behind them, it pa la) lint the bes! beaaonable Specialties:' New btrlngless Gretn Pod . Jj.70 Bushel Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax tsjo Bushel Davis New While Wax . . L.75 Bushel Cunlo'a KustjTooi Wax . Mi" Bushel SEEDS PBAS Rtluee Earliest BBAN8 Red Valentine . . fj so Bushel Eatra liarly , . ).ajhushel 'MIHr Tradc Maims DcalQNB 5CKiiniic KhMnAnmml9 amis. (. uitri ut any ncioimua loumiu newaoraien uyall Jff.urtuaiitUA.IL 111 W BWaWTfJJi Ji mm. lnmtrtA mskl. Ijirnat elr-- h Extra Early Alaska , , . Jjjo Bushel to 50 Bushel New Early Cradus Ilorslord'f Market Carden . fi 50 Bushel Buckbce's Lightning Express ti 00 Bushel LMtuc. tUelah, Tomato and a full tine at Seeds, Pilots and Bulbs at lowest growing price. Send lor complete catalogue or submit a list at your requirements and wlllquote price. Buy direct iron) the grower Save Money. Write today. Mention this paper. .... aKAaMWalaf MUaaOkatSt.. IsOfarfSw H. W. BUCKSCC geant Henry H. Warner, U. S. A., whose headquarters are in Mattoon, to "furnish the names and addresses of all the unmarrid men, between the ages of 18 and 35, residing in his official district. Including rural routes." We presume all other postmasters have received a like request. Potatoes Bound to Be Higher. The crop of potatoes In Illinois, owing to the extremely dry summer Is bound to be way below the average. Iowa Is more favored and, according to the government report, the state has 147,000 acres planted to potatoes and the yield Is estimated at 13,377,000 bushels, which is nlne-ey-oper cent of a full yield. In the United States there" aro acres planted to this product and the government estimate of the yield at 36tf,G14,000, which Is thought to bo high as the drouth in some of the potato raising states hns cut down the prospects for a full crop. Last year this country produced 331,525,000 bushels of potatoes that sold for an average of ninety cents a bushel, making a total valuation of $227,903,000. When Cost of Living Was High. In these days when tho head of tho family Is fretting because of tlio high cost of the necessities of life, Tho most economical, cleansing and tho following which comes from germicidal of all antiseptics la Mo., will be of Interest: A bill of Brandt & Bro grocers dated July 3, 18G9, was found today by Peter Brandt, and Is of unusual interest becauso of the recent In- A soluble Antiseptic Powder to creases n the prices of food stuffs. be dissolved in water as needed. In July, 18G9 these charges were As a medicinal antiseptic for douches made: In treating catarrh, Inllainmatlon or potatoes, 40 cents; five ulceration ot Peck of noso, throat, and that pounds of sugar, $1; two pounds caused by feminine Ills It has no equal. of rice, 30 cents; pound raisins, 3G For ten years the Lydla E. PInkham cunts; four dozen eggs, 80 cents; two Medicine-- Co. has recommended Paxtlne glasses of Jelly, 70 ccut-s- ; three and In their private correspondence with pounds of coffee, $1; women, which proven Its superiority. half peck of greeu apples, 20 cents; Women bo I, have been cured say a It a "wnrth In rnilj" 1 half gallon of. green peas. 25 cents; Idnisglsts. COc large box. or by mall, pound of lard .2C 'cents; pound of Tlit Paxton Toilet Co., BoaVou, Maw. ne $2005 A MONTH - That's S50.00 a Week, almost $10.00 a Day to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists nnd farmers, all ot whom realize the need oi a sate, out ao not Know now easy 1 1 la toown one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of clean-cu- t moner-maunwell-to-d- o g Sellinir Victor Safes and flre-oro- boxes opportunithe best, ties ever received. 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WWl"li -- JgrtBfcWBfliiWP" r ;- - 1 - -- v ,ri3&IK3!r95MfaW It ' OWENSBORO S GALA WEEK Merchant's Fall Festival I ' 5 Days, Tuesday to Saturday, Sept. 22 to 26 I The Merchants of Owensboro Invite You to Their TALL FESTIVAL To oe neiu oepi. to zo. t During this week every store in Owensboro will be arrayed in Gala Attire and every Merchant will display his full Fall Lines. Tuesday night, September 22 every V Store will remain open for your pleasure. Owensboro wants your business and the splendid stocks shown at this FALL FESTIVAL will prove that Owensboro deserves your business. I :i; Buy in Owensboro ' The Best IMM I Market! $ iKlt YEAR. I .protect Belgium's freedom against Germans Retrace Steps In Hnstp. France, and the answer, given is Paris, Sept. 15. The Figaro prints Petrograd reports ihat the Rus- - that England would unquestionably a ietrer frnm Dr Piprr. aniht sian troops are crossing the San Riv- luneuoiioM). professor on the Paris Faculty of er and that the Russian army, in Medicine, describing the passage of Monday. Russian ofliclal reports announce German troops over tho Grand Morin repulsing a desperate attack by Aus- The retirement of the German trlans, captured many prisoners. The mat no ngnting lias occurrd In the across a small private bridge belonghours In East Prus- ing to his mother, nged seventy, who armies virtually all along the lino British Offlicial Press Bureau de- last twenty-fou- r according to nies the reports that Russian troops sia and that the Russian troops, hav- was occupying the house on the propin France continues, French official reports, and advices have landed in Belgium and declares ing extricated themselves from a dif- erty at the time. from Switzerland describe the pro- also there is no truth whatever in ficult position, are awaiting further The Germans arrived on Saturday, found impression the news of the the rumors that Russian soldiers movments. September 5, about 10 a. m. Finding German retreat has created along have landed in or passed through the public bridges cut, they approachFrom Berlin comes the announce- ed Mme. Delbct's house, and, without Uie frontier and In va- Great Britain on their way to France ment that the efforts of the French waiting to inquire, strengthened rious parts of Germany. Already the and Belgium. the troops to break through the rght bridge and proceeded to file across German forces have been pushed back by the allied armies at some A Copenhagen dispatch says ad- wing of the German western army two abreast, for the following six points for a distance of sixty miles vices from Berlin admit that the have been repulsed after heavy fight- and a half hours, coming from the or more, and the French have suc- chief Austrian army has suffered an ing. Berlin also announces that the north to the south toward Paris. ceeded in reoccupying various towns absolute defeat at the hands of the Austrian troops hav repulsed the The General commanding sat on Servians all along the line of the the piazza with Mme. Delbet, they" evacuated two weeks Russians. i which whom ago. River Save. ho treated most courteously, and Twenty-fiv- e thousand Japanese watched the defile, making com A Rome dispatch giving news ments freely. The Belgians ' have taken the of- have landpd on the Shan Jung Pensay3 Montenegrin fensive and are reported to have insula and Japanese troops are pass from Albania He promised ''to have a commemocut thjp, German line of communica- ing toward Ping Tu, forty miles troops in conjunction with Servians rative tablet set up over the door, of tion, forcing the Germans to use the north of Klau Chau, the German have repulsed the Austrians on the which she would be proud when she Bosnian frontier. In the recent fight- became Germane, as was certain to ; line through the Meuse Valley and protectorate in China. ing the Austrian casualties were es- happen, Luxemburg. for nothing could bave Although no reply had been re- timated at 4,000. , Fr.ance. The English were good sailors, he The Senate and Assembly of the ceived last night from the German An Austrian official communication said, but did not count on land. The union of South Africa have pledged Government to this nation's Inquiry concerning its attitude toward peace. received at Rome denied the reports Russians were a numerous allegiance to the empire and haye but unapproved tUo. action Great Urltaln Administration officials were hopeful of Russian victores over he Austrians disciplined horde Instead of an urmy. The French has taken, "lu defense of tho prin- that from the Informal steps some- and asserts that 100,000 Russian were a themselves prisoners and nearly 500 guns have hopelessly degenerato race, as Mme. ciples of liberty and Justice and of thing tangible would result. been captured. Delbet must know, since she belonged the integrity and banctity of Inter WedneMluy. to a doctor's family. The Germans national obligations." Equality Wins. The Hickory Club base ball team Intended to expel the majority of The French ofliclal statement Russian olUclal advices describe makes brief mention of the fact that of Sacramento, Ky., met the Equali- them to America, keeping only a the operatioiib in Russian Poland the allied armies aro iu close touch ty base ball team In Central ball park healthy minority to intermarry with eliminating tu the victories of Kras-ni- k with the Germans north of the River at Centortown, on Sundny Septem the Gormans, which was tho only and Toranszow. One million men Alsno and In tho neighborhood of ber IU, at 2 p. m., and one of tho means of producing a strong race. The General said hut all the rewcro ongaod on tho Austrian and Rheiras. In this territory Gen. von most scientific games was played. Kluck's army is appearantly making When it was announced that those ports of French successes were unGorman sIdo, and for six days tho Russians remained on the defensive, ready for u stund, while the other two teams would meot, much Inter- true. Tho' Allies were invariably defeated, and tho Germans would ocGerman armies under Von Buelow, est was manifest from tho start, linally unJei UUlng a general of each team had won many vic- cupy Paris in two days. This sentimovement by reason of the suc- Von Hausen, ho tha Crown Prince and the Duke of Wuerttemberg are tories and was known to be ball ment was echoed by his escort. cesses of (leu. Kusiky and Gen. The troops seemed fresh and in exfalling back, and in doing so are players of the upper class, and in endeavoring to raalntalu an undivid- consequence a large crowd come to cellent condition. The officers were see the game, which was of tho ut wearing now kid gloves und their ed trout. Servian troops have crossed the Tho French War Department also most interest from start to finish, horses and equipment were good. Save River, aud an official stateOn the Monday following because as the game proceeded all the ment Issued at Nish describes largo denies that the Crown Prlnco has ever bombarded Verdun, and adds the technicalities and scientific s whole force retraced their steps in Austrian losses in the eurlv fiirhtlnir. of ball playing was demonstrat- greater haste than they came. This that only Fort Troyon. which does Servia apparently is preparing to not belong to Verdun's delenses, has ed, for the amusement of tho crowd, time the General was less talkative, undertako further nctlvo offensive been attacked, ultboiiKb lately It was all of which appeared to enjoy It in but one of the troopers forming the operutlonu relieved. full measure. Mr. Cecil Fulkerson escort, who before was very attentive umpired the game nnd gave entire to the cook, eutored the kitchen, TueMluy, "No Parist No The British ofliclal press bureau satisfaction. The Equality team said, mournfully: The reo'iupalion of Amiens by tho gives out a btntcment on authority won by a small margin, but it was Paris!" and departed. Immediately- on the heels of the French and the preparations by tho of Sir Edward Grey, Secretary for generally conceded that the teams Germans on tho River Alane are the Foreign Afftilrct, us n reply to a com- was well luutched. It was the Sac- Oermans came the British in hot purchief tnuowjceiunU contained in the munication Issued o the prets by the ramento team's first viislt at Center-tow- n suit. latest it&touient Issued by the French Imperial Gorman Chancllor. und they left a most favorable Tho GovernmeiU Apparently the Germans statement Is, based on tbu German impression, both as ball players and also are .nrarlng to resist on the Chancellor's question as to whether as civil, quiet and upright boys. FOR FLETCHER'S heights' i tb,o uort hand northwest England would have Interfered to WARDEN. LATEST WAR NEWS of Rhelms. Hl'ltsritlllK FOR THE HARTFORD REPUUI.ICAN91.00 i OCTOBER 7, 8, 9, 10 Elk's Daviess Co. Fair OWENSBORO, KY. ' The best program of any county fair in the State. Big purses in Speed and Show Rings. Every department best in years. The Owensboro Elks, over 300 strong, are working to make this Fair unprecedented. Write for catalog and Swiss-Germa- n information. , j FRANK A. CANNON, - Sec'y. I No Doubt About Itl have a bIioo stock that will certain, ly please your eye, and it's all good, new stiitf, too. No old, hand-worn- , Wo out-of-dat- cji jtaxf t fen-hi- ve so e shoes, i Briib-ailof- f. but the very best and latest, at the lowest prices, quality considered. We have Shoes for tho whole family, also a large stock of Ladies1 aud Gents' .of all kinds. Give us a share of your trade. We'll certainly treat you right. Fur-nishin- nTu. yyff SUB .x'iw prln-clpl- lkM - Children dry "Hub" Clothing Co .tf A. - . HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. CASTORIA '