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No hostility toward the French was In ovldenco; tho Germans had hoped OHIO COUNTY "WETS" WIN IN that Franco might find some way to remain neutral, but they could not FAIR EXHIBITS doubt her sincerity. great surprlso or this awful Tho Tho crisis was England's stand. Germans had thought she would re- Great Crowds Expected ToChristian, Daviess and Hartford Boy Sees Trouble main neutral; In fact, they believed Russia and she could have restrained day and Vote Saloons. Brew and Conflict Begin. thus prevented tho war. So tho was feeling against tho British stronger than that shown toward tho Rain and Cool Weather Interfere Daviess County Votes "Dry" By Secret Mobolization of Russian French. 'The statement that the violation of Belgium's neutrality was 300,.While Owensboro Gives First Day But ThursArmy Suggested as One of tho cause that led England to declare ,1A very few have broken off their vague expectation will tiirn up." that "something SIDEOAR THREEJMTIES Mc-Crack- en To-morro- w. engagements altogether. And some let us hope the number is not large have formed Irregular, clandestine unions. Tho mating Instinct Is too strong Congressman to bo curbed by any law. It can be Democratic guided and regulated only; and evWants to be Sheriff. en this cannot be done with advantage unless the law is backed by a strong, enlightened public opinion. The attempt to Improve the race by Move Is Taken As Indicating; His legal enactment instead of by eduBelief That .Hard Tides cation is foredoomed to failure. BETTERMLARY Real Starters. The following was written especially' for The Republican by Mr. Jlnymor Tlnsley, who was In Germany when the war broke out and is familiar with conditions in that sets forth Mr. Tlnsley countr. the German point of view which seldom reaches the American reading lmbllc: j il t fr All elements seemed to combine In three Kentucky counties Washington, Sept. 24. Congressagainst the management of the Qhio Christian, Daviess and McCracken man Klnkead, of New Jersey, Is runCounty Fair which was tb have be- where option elections were held ning for sheriff. If he gets the nomgun Wednesday. A steady down yesterday the "wets" scored in ination he will resign his seat in pour set in Tuesday night and con- every, instance over the "drys" by Congress. They offered him the tinued all day Wednesday, causing majorities ranging from 600 to 800 at Jersey City, one of tho the first day's program to be called yctes. choicest bits of federal patronage in 'These were the only counties in off. As a native remarked water that State, but he shook his head. polo( and yacht racing would have which "wet or dry" elections were He was not to be sidetracked. He been more in order Wednesday than held, twelve others having, elected had started out to run for sheriff The to vote next Monday, September show rings and horse races. first. and he was going to run for sheriff, Nome rnuoen of the War From the to seek 28,. These include: Fayette, Mason, At all events, Germany Is hedged show people were forced and that's all there was to It. His German Viewpoint every side, and U shelter In their canvas tents, so prac- Carroll, Boone, Henderson, Bourbon, In on practically Democratic colleagues looked at him For a few days before the declara- fighting what must oe an unequal tically everything was suspended the Scott, Montgomery, Clarlc, Bell, in amazement. They couldn't figure Shelby and Anderson Counties. tion of war there was quite a little struggle against allies that have first day. out hisgame. What puzzled them all un Daviess tne comity ouisiae tne uneasiness in Germany at the sit- nothing, or, at least very little, In Thursday morning, however, Old the more was that he had always uation between Austria and Servfa. common, except those higher things Sol came out In all his glory, making clfy'of Owensboro went dry by 300 enjoyed a reputation of being pretty Everyone hoped for the localization an Ideal fair day. The gloom that' Xotjte while in the city the "wets" that they have In common with Ger- it longHeaaed. And he had a good show y hadtfsA majority of 952. of the war, but Instinctively almost many as well. France and England prevailed about the grounds to stay in Congress. McCracken, outside the city, gave was missing and a business the Germans feared the Russian have formerly been enemies since So they began to speculate on hordes to the northeast. Several time immemorial. like air impressed the early visitors. the ''drys" a majority of 597 while They had patchthings had happened within the last ed up their differences, It is true, at Visitors began coming In about 8:30 the city ot Paducah gave the "wets" Marconi Wireless Will Wage Fight what he was up to. They have solvin Court. ed the problem. They have decided two or three years to make Russia's ono time or an other; for example, and by noon a good second day a majority of 1,391. , New York, Sept. 21. John W. that the Jersey statesman Is canMonths seem suspicious. In Christian county, the "wets" attitude to unite against Russia as a common crowd was on hand. The regular before, she had put a ban on the ex- enemy in the Crimean war, but that program was taken'up and.some fine majority was 585. The result was a Griggs, president of the Marconi nier than any of them. They have Telegraph Company of handed it to him for his foresight. n men who Wireless portation of horses into Germany. falls to clear up the situation to animals were introduced. The tack surprise to the was heavy yesterday but will be In believed they .would be able to cut America, announced today to fight This is the way they Have figured There had been various movements any very great extent. In the down the votes of the liquor forces In the courts the right of the govern- It out. There is not much money in of large bodies of troops in Southraces. v war, England was al good shape for especially being a Congressman, western Russia, In the section along most at the point of war with RusIf the perfect weather continues, in the cities ot Hopklnsville and ment to regulate its operations. Secretary of the Navy Daniels has when he has to stay on the job in n 6l these cities Both frontier, that had sia, while, as in this war, France andN there is every indication that It Pembroke. the caused apprehension in Germany. was financing theJ'Russ.Ian govern- will, large crowds are expected to went "wet" the latter by a close threatened to close thecompany's Washington all the year round. But wireless plant at Siasconset, Massif there is money in being sheriff, firo" margin. And throughout the Balkan troubles, ment.' So the Germans .think that visit the fair and In Daviess County where victory unless a prompt and satifactory ex vlded there are hard times ahead. Russia v.as suspected of having un- - If the present war'fs a victory for hop will the annual fair due intcrosts in their Instigation and tho allies, then England will have be given at Or. Bean's rink and the had been expected by the "wets" the planation Is forthcoming aSjto.why When things go badly for the people, the company handled an c unneutral lthey go well for the sheriff, for then In the results, for it Is no state seto turn against Russia and curb the young folks are looking forward to advocates of licensed saloons, followcret that she has long desired an out- encroachments of this overly ambl' this feature. An orchestra compos- ing announcements of the vote, pa- message from a British cruiser off there are law suits, executions for let to the Modlterrnnean.and has at tlous, and almost absolute, monar- ed of members of the Calhoun Band, raded streets headed by tho third the coast of New Jersey to a "British the sale of property, receiverships, times only been held back by France chy. In tact, thW very" idea, has al- which is making music for the fair, Regiment band. Cheering crowds admlrallty agent in New York.aslc-In- g and all tuose other steps Incident for supplies. to the dlsposlton ot property thru greeted the marchers in the business and England from gaining her end. ready been expressed In' English pa- will play for the dance. "Our attitude is exactly the same courts ot law, steps so generally The theory of "Panslavlsm," so pers, and noted Englishmen districts where the saloons are lohave Freshmen Burbered by Upper ClassMrongly advanced In Russia, aimed pointed cated but when the paraders travers- as it was before," Mr. Griggs said. known and so widely despised. So out that. France and England men. ed tho residential thorofares they "As to Secretary Daniels' charge that those congressmen have concluded at the vi'ry heart blood of the Dual arc but uniting to raise Russia to a Lexington, Ky., Sept. 19. Hanks were hissed and jeered. we did not submit a satisfactory re- that Mr. Klnkead sees continued monarchy, for there are several mil- position that will endanger all Euand rope. Against this great and Im- of hair from the heads of State Collion Slaves in The "drys" in McCracken County ply, we simply stated that the gov- hard times ahead and sights big lege freshmen bestrewed the side- announced as soon as the result was ernment lacked both the power and fat, Juicy fees, emoluments and perGermany und Austria are bound by minent danger tho Germans say they ties of blood, as well as treaty. Thus, aro now fighting; and, to render Eu- walks on Main street from the Phoe- known that they would be ready three the right to interfere with our busi- quisites which sheriffs enjoy when naturally, Russia's every move was rope this service, thoy have also to nix Hotel to the Ada Meade Theater, years hence to dispute the right of ness. The government threatens to other folks are up1 against' it. and upon the annual curbing of the bring naval regulations into play In But Congressman Klnkead is not closely matched by the Germans. wage war with two of the most cul- freshmen's pride by inflicting the hu licensed saloons to do business in the order to effect the closing of our the otuy man who wants to be" shsr- Finally, Russia's mobilization of county or the city of Paducah. natured and most highly civilized Col. Tom Gilmore, president of the plant. Secretary Daniels seems to ff, r though his candidacy Is 11; her vast armies on the German and tions of Europe. They call' the miliation of mutilating his locks hav Austrian frontiers, which the Eng world in to pass judgment and say ing been inaugurated last night by National Model License League, In be under the impression that the ablo because he Is willing to glvo the upper classmen. The favorite commenting on the results of the United States at this time is being up a seat in the Congress and go lish "white book" concedes was done who Is in the right. method of inflicting the discipline is elections said: "People are beginning governed by military law. He is back to the sheriff's office. Those who gave the secretly while the Czar not by clipping the victim's .hair to become aware of the fact that sadly mistaken. Furthermore, we have looked into the subject say German Emperor every assurance Regulators $hoot Negro. smoothly all over, but by sawing prohibition', thnt no such mobilization was taking Whether by State or haye not violated the neutrality ot there is the largest crop of candiKy., Sept. 22. Hopklnsville, has evdates for sheriff place, drove the Kaiser to action, and Night riders, presumably the same notches and furrows which can on county, does not prohibit and Is not the United States." er known at least, the biggest crop No gang that has been operating in and ly be obliterated by having a barber intended to' prohibit as all ot these lie remonstrated to the Czar. For Sale. since the Democratic hard times of satisfaction was received, so nothing around Dawson Springs recently.vls-ite- d clip the entire crop, and the mutilprohibitory laws make it Two dwellings and lots in Crom- twenty years ago. ation is generally made at night aft legal for people living in dry terriIn many counties, was left, the Germans believe, but Boverly Roynolds, a negro, of well, Ky. Also stock of restaurant there are from eight to twelve canThus they think Macedonia, in Christian county, last er the .barbershops close., 39 that the tory to have liquor shipped to them goods to declare war. and one set ot blacksmith's didates, where, ordinarily, there have this great world war was brought nlrvlit .iiid utinl lilm tliKAitoih tho 1kff sufferer must bear the badge of hu- - thru interstate channels: As a re- tools. Call on been only two to four. by what seemed to them sus- hand m,!,at!on ' Ie" J"0"1 he can, about sult the indisputable figures of the and whipped him severely. RICHARD SHIELDS, Inclined 'Con' A philosophically picious and treacherous actions of Reynolds came hero this morning 'a barber the following morning. A Internal Revenue Department show Cromwell, Ky. dance at the Phoenix Hotel last that with increase of dry territory 10t2 gressman from the Northwest, said, Russia, and upon her they lay most and reported to tho officers. night, which was largely attended by we invariably have increases in the Kaiser In Contempt With New York tho other day, "Wait till the primary of the blame for the war, though Ho says there wero about thirty-fiv- e gave an excellent op- consumption ot beer and'whlskey. tickets are generally made .up, and they think that perhaps England Court. men in tho crowd, nnd all were tho freshmen, might have prevented it by taking a heavily masked. Ho could not rec- portunity for the work of the upper New York. Sept. 19. It Is be- I'll tell you whether the country is "I am convinced that voters in classmen, and many a gallant young tho counties where elections were lieved here that Emperor William of prosperous or not." more determined stand for peace ognize any one. who left the ballroom for held made close study ot the ques- Germany may be In contempt with "How can you tell that", he was and using her moral influence ou He says they broke open the door freshman a moment returned with his hair pre- - tion." Russia. the Supreme Court of the State ot asked? to the box house in which he lived "Well, If there are not many canUpon the German people, earnest alone, and wtere in the room shoot- - 'senttng an appearance which caused New York. Whether he Is aware of ., , . . (icuiuiiue BuncAB ui msuiay, ur, mviv Eugenic Laws Played Havoc With this or not Is not likely, however, didates, for sheriff, you can put it 1, .1,1 and industrious, and peacefully en- , Marriages in Wisconsin. gaged in building up their nation, awoke. He thinks he throw up his ing the nerve to face the ridicule to cause him any considerable am down the country Is prosperous, but tholr Institutions und their civiliza- hands to protect his face and that which his return would cause, sent Thero wore 1,534 fewer weddings ount pf worry. This peculiar situa- it aspirants for sheriff are numerous, tion, the war fell as a mighty calam- the wound was received tn that way. a note to his partner asking to bo In Wisconsin during the first five tion arises from the fact that some then the inner judgment df the counity. They were prosperous and hap- Rut, despite the wound, he was forc- excused for tho rest of the evening months of this year than during the ono in Germany, presumably the try Is that we are going to have conpy, with all their taxation and their ed to walk nearly a mile, where he on account of sudden Illness. corresponding period of 1913. This Emperor, is responsible for the call- tinued hard times." The freshmen who could pot bo decrease Is luld ontirely to the now ing to their colors of two German compulsory If the intuitions ot the swarm of military service, and wnu li v i urn man u1i n rMi ava they took great pride in the Gorman Ushed him twenty times with long located last, night were roundpd , up "eugenic" marriage law. Probably captains from this country. Tho candlates for sheriff are sound, then .. . ,. education, culture, and refinement; switches. So far as could be seen UU UtU UUlVClOltJ &IUUUUO lU'UU, tho effect of that law Is even greater captains are the husbands ot two there will be more chance that tho and this evening no pompadours than these figures indicate. their love for the Fatherland was the night riders were on foot. Until daughters ot a doctor and chemist disposition of property will be taken over the brows ot budding the outbreak of the war, this year who died a couplo ot years ago, leav- from tho owner and given to the supreme, and when perhaps It's object of tho assault Is un waved The very existence was threatened, they known, for white residents ot that freshmen, who could be easily rec- has been a more prosperous one than ing a large estate. His will author- sheriff and receivers, and that tho heads. last, and good times always mean an ized his executors to rent his city hammer heretofore wielded by the put aside all political differences and section give Reynolds a good repu- ognized by their rose to a man to its defense. Increase in the number of mar- - house to his unmarried children un- artisan will bo swung to the accomTli Last of Her Race. tation. Last Friday Reynolds found When U was seen that war was in- n note at his gate signed "Possum til 1931 at an annual rental of $1,- - paniment ot the raucous voice of of the passenger riages. With the death evitable, and tho final declaration Hunters," and telling him to leave pigeon last week at tho Cincinnati What has happened to the 3,000 000 At tho end ot that period the the auctioneer. Congressmen wltb against Russia had been made, tho by tho following night. Zoological Garden the species be or 4,000 young people of Wisconsin executors could sell tho property to literary Inclinations say the crowd 3ernians then turned their attention $60,000. lug candidates for sheriff scouting On Saturday a note was found in comes extinct. For six years It has whoso naturul and proper desire to. any of the children for found new homes has been checked Just before the war began a gener-b- y hard times remind them ot Longtoward France, for they knew that J. O. Menser's yard, on whose place been known that this pigeon, a jal legal mlxup started due to the of- - fellow's words: between Franco and Russia there this new law? male, thirty years old, was tho last lives, which read: "Never stoops the sbarlng vulture among them have torts ot a third married daughter to existed an alliance as close as the The "Notice aet'shut of thatnlgger one of lier race. Now tluitrsho la. O'er his quarry In the desert, one binding themselves to thu or we will hum him nnd hnuBtftoo." gone another black chanter In the made a llttlu. excursion, and been secure the residence, her claim being O'er the bison, sick and wounded, they of England country clos-t- married outside tho State. That in 'disputed by a son, (ho only unmar-- a .Out Reynolds says he will not gonck natural history of this But another vulture watching, yery easy method of evasion for ried child. To sottle the question thought little;, for her treaty with es. Eleven specie of North American that neighborhood. From his high aerial outlook, was of somewhat a different one of tho executors brought action those who have tho price. Russia wild birds have been wiped out ot Sees tho downward 'plunge and 'existenco by man. Twenty-thro- e New Russian riiiR. A curtain number of others hae lu the Supreme Court to construe nature. Thus naturally an ultimaoth- follows, London, Sept. Nlch- - or species are rapidly diminishing to France to learn marriages, the will. The two captains wen) common-lutum waB sent contracted First, a speck, and theh a vulture. which, lu tho opinion of at least one important witnesses, and by what she would do, and he second olas, according to u Pptrograd dls- - and some are approaching the Till the air is filled with plnlprta.". to Router's tclegra compa- - ishlug point. Bird conserntlon may aro not affected by tho new Mug them from the jurisdiction of tho declaration of war .was, the result. after tho uctlonhad started, Out tltla was not unexpected, for the ny. has authorized (ho n'doptlon of prevent tho extermination of other luw. (court Lawn fa'ed' Have a big stock' of A few more have decided to delay it Is held that either the Emperor or common opinion in Germany was a new flag, symbolizing the union of species, saving to tho world tuet-that France was led ou by her treaty bis majesty and" thu Russian people, remnants 'that would otherwise bo their nuptuuls for months or years, his agonts are In contempt of court, niucgrasa and BermunQa.'Now Is tho W. E. ELLIS, and that. the French people wanted! it combines tho Itnperm'arnio and swept'away as has the wild or pass-th- e cither in the definite-- hope pf. being However, just what tho court can do time to sow. '" Produce Merca'anC '"' ' national colors. ; .H ". married outside the State or in. tne about It docs not appear. war as nine as mey lueuiseivo mn oncer pigeon? . i 1, . ,1 Wednes-nesdaanti-salooRusso-Japto-daanese war, Is looked upon as merely a pro-tein Germany. It Is claimed by eminent German statesmen that such men as Lord Palmerton, and Gladstone, would have agreed on such a step, It Eng land had been placed under Similar circumstances.,. It was a very unfortunate occurrence, but, in tho matter of life and death for Germany, necessary. France, they believe, would have done the same thing; it was only a question of who got there xt day Ideal. 952 .For "Wets." Night Rider Victim in Serious Con dition. Dawson, Ky., Sept. 21. No clew has yet been discovered to the Identity of the, men who about a week ago cit&t here and severely whipped tho IteVt Dr.tJordan and his son and W. H. HatnV. Dr. Jordan is still pin a serious condition and has been unable to leave the house, while his little girl, itho was 111 when the raid was made,fw3 seriously affected by the excitement attendant upon the raid and ta'not expected to live. Hani by? who was given three weeks to sell his property and move, has already complied with the or der, though he was forced to dispose of his holdings here at a sacrifice. Jordan's son and daughter have already left town, fearing a return of the mobs. Will Continue. Rusio-Germa- to-da- y To-nig- ht Austria-Hungar- y, "" -- . -,i 1 ,.,,,.., Ck 11 11 . I close-clippe- d I well-to-d- o Aus-Mrlan- s. o eror ! van-patc- h romoy-judg- o, , ' ' BARKER'S B v O 1 BB K HH 1H 1H H B bB L BH B Hta A bH H fli KI BB BH B 1 Bk B H B BBU B Bt B.B H H H H Bl B B KBI H K b b BBI IBBHBIBBB B H BBBB mi t s c 4 at from $2.48 to $8.48. $1.75 values to $0.00 to $3.78. 275 pair going IV MUST BE SLAUGHTERED. : ENTIRE STOCK OF T up to 38c Sale Begins Friday, September 25th, 1914 Men's Suit. $18 00 values in Men's Suits 61 j 1 Men's fiats. Men's Suits going All styles. $4.00 values 1,500 Shoes. Men's Shoes Bon Hur. Value $3.50 at $2.75 Brigand Shoes at Si. ."8. Boy's value $2.00 sale price 1.23. Ladies' $2.70 sellers at $1.88. 00 pair Shoes, value $3.00 ond $3.50, 24c a shoo. Ladies' Stockings: value 15c at 8. 12 dozen Suspenders, 25c values at 10c. 50c values sale price $2.75. Caps. Boys' Clothing. I8e, 25c and 75c values. values, 110 Suits from 98c Underwear. Men's Trousers. at from 38c up to $2.74. at 18c. Boy's School Hose, guaranteed, 15 dozen pair values at 10c, 25c Ladies' and Men's. Valued at 50c 35c sale price. Heavy ribbed and fleeced 25c sellers at 17c. X Boys' Trousers. 35c up to $1.12 Shirts. 450 Shirts at from 35c to 80c. Gloves. value 10c at Gc. Ten dozen better Gloves, and Men's Driving Gloves, $1.50 values Work Gloves values from 50c to $2.50. Overalls for Men and Boys, 300 pair. Men's Bull's Eye and Duckhead at 80c; Boy's Work Socks. 10c values at 5c. at 75c. Ladies' Ribbed Underwear, separate, winter weights 25c at 17c. 50c seller, 38c. Union or separate, flannel $2.50. Sale price, 75o a garment. at 38c. J i Boys' Hats. J. N. Slipons and Ladies' Raincoats. Values $5.00 to $0.00. Sale price $2 90. 10 Children's Raincoats at 98c. 15 All Kinds of Ties. dozen Windsor and String Ties at Everything else in proportion. Stotson all styles. $1.50 and $2.00 values ul 38c. 2i. t r 1 1 M H H 1 I HARTFORD, Barnard & Co's. Old i i KENTUCKY. t Stand ,4, LOOK HERE! I DEERE Wagons, Buggies, Cultiva i tors, Mowers, Hay Rakes and Hay Presses. Also Hercules Buggies. 2 I Don't forget that we can. furnish! I you the best binder on the market. and contract with us, so we iCome the machine here in time l t so there will be no delay when the : ume comes to use mem. Buy your : implements from the dealer that has : practical experience and knows the l implements to select. ; IIM Now is the lime to get the JOHN : WILLIAMS & MILLER,! BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. into tho darkness. The wnlt was not of long duration. The men dug trpnclip nnri thrnw tin hronHtworks. to he ready for tho coming fray. I Daylight showed In front nn 'al-- , most levol Btretch of opon country, hacked tip hy n belt of growing) 'timber whore tho dormant) had tnk-r- n up a position. Although none was 'visible, tho woods were olive with armed men, and behind tho woods lay artillery In trenches protected by breastworks. Tho llrlllsli troops wull-iehacked up by heavy guns In the rear. Suddenly there was tt booming n .in the distance, followed by n wall as a shell passed overhead, to explode with a deafening .roar at a safo distance from tho trenches. And so the Germans hail opened the duel. Then the gnus of tho British began to answer, with greater effect. All at once noticeable little spurts of dust wero seen rising in front. The men in the woods were trying to get the range, but still the British had no orders to fire. One of them, tumble to control his nnxlety to use his rifle, roso from tho trenchn es, fully exposing himself to tho fire, only to fall ur.cU dead. rinding themselves unabl,' to draw the British fire the Germans advanced Into the opon, only to be met with a heavy volley. They quickly sought cover, and then the fight became wicked. After two hours' continuous fighting the Germans got tho Impression that the spot they occupied was unhealthy and rctlrod Into the heart of the woods. I I d, I long-draw0?er-mu- POOR CONSUMER GETS IT IN NECK KSJ. War Prevents Importation Hides-Sh- oes Now Will Cost More. New York, Sept. 11. "The cost of filioes to the manufacturer, to wholesaler and to the retnller must bo Increased and the scarcity of the leather will ultimately ninko Itself felt 8KB! m I vtoZmt.w'toii 3MH1P ppeBBggMaihBBBlHHBs ro u Oat! I to tho consumer," according to a statement issued hero last night by a commltteo representing tho dele-gnts WANTED, V ' I' The New York Times says: "Tho sentiment aboard was strongly and a group of cabin up n statement dei passengers drew EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPAN y claring that 'they had been treated 292 Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN a i wmi inu greuiesi courtesy ny uic Herman authorities, and deploring tho attitude of the American press. On the voyage $17l was collected for 'the German Hod Cross. "Passengers, who talked to reporters, told of the grief of Kaiser (Lfflai I DAILY DETWCCNC William when he signed tho war and of tho superior tactics and markmanshlp of the German over the French. They wero confident, that the Allies would be cr. ..V T'1' rv-rr77'?Zi.miSJ AS.- - ? zyn ,e?B?v&r--- y: Jiumbled. Lewis, who lives nt tho . "Llston UL Union League, said he was Informed by an olllcer in Berlin, intimate with C.U.I.,, ..!.. w..i j,i'.rnf,.iIn H ( "I.j'tr-- . . ,. A . mu.Ui; !'.! p.-- - " tho Kaiser, that the Emperor could l rZ ";'tr..rr i,(lliuil.l. lnKttl)i.wl -- ' J. " - -- ,"----"" . not believe a general European war ! "Ci.y of Buffalo Crlc" Ma:nr.t Steamer. "SLT DZ'T possible. He did not believe reports May l.ttoDecl.t and BUE-rALDaily CLEVELAND of aggressive movements by Russia 6.J0A.M. An eUcicUhl C.JO A.M. AililiuCIu . . until the general staff put the proof (O i tt.l Juoil.nl Tin) before him. 'Then the general staff,' ff.l for M.p.r. Tall. .r.i ..I U.lrtn cn.1 C.M.li.n Taint.. It.llro.J tlckrl. on...r Z,VrL I i,T,UJ .nil "! ."' Ir.,-rt.ti- .n Mr. Lewis said, 'Insisted that they would not be responsible for what THE CLEVELAND U BUFFALO TRANSIT CO, Cleveland. O. might follow if the Kaiser did not declar war. "Leave me for an hour," the Emperor requested. When see that tlie'Germans had been driv- the time expired the Kaiser was en back from the positions they hag found in tears, "1 can't do other SIDELIGHTS held. On all sides were signs of great wise," ho declared as he signed the stretches' of charred waste, the re- declaration of war.' " WAR mains of what a few days prior were acres of ripened grain, ready for tho SearchliiK For Giant in Germany. Tho United States Diplomatic and harvester. Broken, charred, gaunt walls were relics of the happy homes Consular Service now has added to British Soldiers Tell "of of peasants. Its multifarious other duties that of During a halt at what had once finding the British giant who Is at Going Into Battle. been a peaceful village the troops largo somewhere In Germany. A cirsaw a fine, old building, evidently cus agency which booked tho giant o family, for a German tour last spring inthe homo of n Passengers Returning From Eu- stripped of everything of value be- formed Consul General Skinner it fore It had been gutted by fire. Brok- should be easy to locate Teddy Bobs, rope Say the Kaiser Wept en picture frames, only partially de- as tho giant is known professionally, stroyed by the' flames showed the because "he Is a rather conspicuous When Declaring War. edging of canvns where pictures had figure, being eight feet tall and havbeen cut out. Two flue marble stat- ing a lame left leg." Teddy Bobs, whose real name is bo removed, A correspondent of the London ues, too cumbersome to Frederick Kempsted, was IaBt heard paper a story had been smashed by tho soldiers. Standard sent his In more humble dwellings evi- of In Essen. He has an enormous apwhich gives a vivid Idea of soldiers dence of u similar nature met the petite, and is expected to aid his says: going Into battle. He eye. Twisted smashed country by reducing Germany's food bedsteads, Details given by British soldiers toys, everything supply. following ac- pictures, broken enable mo to give the count of tho participation of th that goes to make a home had been Rheumatism Pains Stopped. Drltish in the great Battle of the destroyed. The first application of Sloan's As the march was resumed the Marne. Liniment goes 'right to the painful Dawn was Just breaking. The attitude of the men'exhiblted a dis- part it penetrates without rubbing men lay curled up in their blankets. tinct change. There was no more It stops the Rheumatic Tains On all sides suddenly the blast of light banter. Each man's face was around the joints and gives relief bugles sounded the "Reveille." After set and determined. Individually and and comfort. Don't suffer! Get a a hasty meal of hot coffee and bis- collectively they seemed planning bottle It- is a 'family medicuits the bugles sounded the order' what to do when they came to grips cine for all palnB,' hurts, v bruises, to fall in, and long before the sun with the foe. cuts, sore . throat, neuralgia and As night drew near the rumbling rose over tho treetops the men "wore chest pains. Prevents infection. Mr, oi guns was huuiuiu iu iuw uuiuus on the move. Chas. H. Wentw'orth, , California, Although they had gone through Then came a galloper on a writes: "It did wonilers for ray liorse bearing dispatches a heavy anarch on the previous day, Rheumatism, pain is gone as soon' as no one showed anyBlgn of weakness, to the General Informing him of the I apply it. I rcommended it to my for the 'Whisper had gone out among position he was to take up. After de- friends as tho best'' Liniment I ever the men that before night they would livering the dispatches and receiving used." Guaranteed . 25c. af your qthers he mounted a fresh horse and Druggist. be testing their 'skill against, tbeQer-mans,athis 'worked up sufficient disappeared Into the darkness. wave marched Farm For Sale. Still the.kbakl-cla- d excitement 'to make. ttt'tcorvttra 150 Acres on Hartford and Rockpor ground as quickly as posslMefc,, on, every mle brlnglag the sound, of They .marched hour after trouH heavy firing nearer,- Toword mid- road. 1 2 miles from Broadway and came Into 'z miles from Rockpcrl. Schoolhouse. night a squad through !a country of fields of 'beaugolden corn, comfortable farm-dalti- touch on the right flank, and a lit- oh fldee of fawn knd church near, tiful ' flower 'gardens, a scene 'one tle later the men were m what was Three roade ,f&a &weliitj'g house, W Kin n a.iAu p soon discovered to be the firing nfUVOA i. Vtt lfniiAKi 41. w ' AS. iVt U44 UU4U of perpet peace. Old men, and i by bonny girls and line. Most of land perfectly level. Any , i ' 'Children came to the The! army came to a slioltv put tjp; desiring to purchase farm wUldo . fresh-face- d things than blankets were, in Vtdl to1 lnvesilgMe; Prtee reasona.roadside and 'waved to them as they harder store. Gallopers came ffying from ble. Apply for,. further s Information tpassedT BARNETT & SON, Agenf.( As afternoon wore 'on they could nowhere, and as ouicfcly disappeared to H'fr motors, but who would have no use lot launches on account of lack of time and no summer homes. Wiite promptly for particulars as to hour representatives are with and protected. Begin operations at once so as to obtain the lull benefit of the season, One dealer or agent in your city and vicinity to sell Evinrudc Detachable Rowboat and Canoe Motors, which arc advertised in all reputable magazines of the world. This advertising .campaign reaches thousands who have use for portable and detachable rowboat Hi Say KuNer Wept When Signing The aWfi la War Paper. That the Kaiser shed tears when ho signed tho war declaration was the UHortfon of passengers on the liner I'otsdam, which reached N'ow York this week. Holland-America- n W1 Aefm wr I I i to a conference of members of the National Boot and Shoo Manufacturers' Association, the National Shoe Wholesalers' Association and the National Shoo Hetallers' Asso ciation. Tlio conference was called to order hero by Congressman A. S. Kreider, of Pennsylvania, president of the National Boot and Shoe Manufacturers' Association, who said tho purpose of the meeting wns to discuss the effect of the European war on the shoe and leather trade in the United States. In consequence of , the conflict abroad the normal Importations of hides and skins has been seriously curtailed, according to the committee's statement, which continues: "This restricts the output of the tanner and limits tho supply of material available for the use of the manufacturer. 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Box A If you are not familiar with Llppin- cott's you arc doing yourself and the publishers an injustice. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ONTHE "tt'nr ami the Tariff. Intimations are given out from Washington that the loss of revenue from customs, due to the falling off in imports owing to tho European ....HC USE LIV-VER-LAX LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE hard-worki- well-to-d- war, must be met In some way. On the one band it is proposed to levy new taxes, on tho other to raise money to met t'so threatened lt "The Standard Fiction Magazine by a snle of londi. of America" Tho sale of bonds' would be tho NOW IN ITS 4Gth YEAR hotter way. By tlio sale of bonds gold would be drawn Into the Treas-ut- y 25 Cents a Copy $3.00 a Year itiii! tlio bonds bo avH'.!' a aiilllota'. !ircultM'& oy tho la Kr. (The first magazine to originate tho The errors of the Wilson Tariff Idea of publishing a complote are thus again made evident. Unnovel In each number.) Payne-Aldrlc- h de-lir- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation, fr der the Tariff the Treasury was kept full to overflow- to-da- y! - foam-bespatter- ing and a condition to meet any emergency demands. Under that tho Tariff and the Dlngley Tariff country had ample money to pay all expenses and build the Panama Canal, without any hint of a deficit. Yet under the Wilson Tariff plan the first strain finds the country face to face with the need for getting more money for, the Treasury. A deficit in revenue was in sight, war or no war. Its appearance will give the administration a good excuse for blaming tho war for Its own short-sighte- d policy in Tariff making. Blnguampton (N. Y.) RepubHOW lican Herald. Acute Indigestion. Feel right nil tho time. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel keeps you when pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x on your feet, while relieving your trouble. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't take anything else. 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HOME "I was annoyed for over a yew by al'nik? of acute InHfes'tlon, fol- y for nd ty .. lowed by constipation," writes Mrs. Lipplqcott's "Little ?pok M. J. Gallaher, Geneve, N. Y,."I . Bargaiis" tried everything that.,.was,.recom-- . ' iii nid mended to me for tills complaint butiNpV, Edition Just Published, for the hi fl Season' 1913-19nothing did me, much , good until rOwa about four, .moths, ago I, saw Cham-'tjerlalSENT FREE UPON nEUEST bLitU u '" Tklets'ad.ifar.MjeAand. proii. cured" 'a bot(le';of, jenj;. from our i drugglst.:J sojjnir.e8,latyl thatvIbad WASMfWfeVso.tfV.toj'pMaABBLPBU Mf8WI ! gotten. 'the,, rjgrit thing for they helptefcujk !, ' 1 v 14 I'll l i ed me at once...SIn,c,Uklhg'two bot- " t i , tles of 4bpm I .can..eat' .heartily with- apply TeFrvBJoqA,Plcetaff tp& '' If you wauta'aeV,l8mach,ne'tft at once the, wonderful ld reliable out 'ajiy, had .effects.'.' Sold by all ruiw4Ji a 4mAOAJ7A. nAJiiflV.uiliii Mr latest catalogue beforoyou parcbake. '' , ( p ,.,, ,. Dealers. 14 WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purchua tbe PKW ilOMK you will of Big have a life aae't at the price you pari a'Uit jrlll u ' not have an tadleM ehaln of repairs. NJI'i'l ifFPacryrryTr 5T n.s ill : j.'i:Lnrncon$onrA!iYk " l"!.' .'itfteVlt 1 2r FJZ8S$$ million dollars. This was sixty-fo10 AauAuulIlA I LlJ work of lrrKlon lR easy and there Eatmd rcot!Uis to in m th i'lmtotitr tendency was continued in Mny, a nulord.Ky.. m inH tnntter ol tt 'coml ,jrcct rc9Uit of the Underwood tariff the paradox, that when moisture Is clM"' most needed It most .abounds, Is net. the second Wilson bill. Capital patent to all upon a little reflection, .. ... nt.-I. Imaltntlnr. tnlinr (q lincnlllloVOll. n . i " i ti murman anoi TlIOWn for ,t ,8 j,jnjn ,0 ,m,ier8tnn,i that KODen c. m. barn tditor & propncior ?' ; Bold Is leaving the country In fright- ALLISON BARN ETT, Asioclate Editor when the sun shines warmest tlie ful proportion, buslnes Is paralyzed At His Post of ' greatest quantity of snow will melt and the Nation Is facing nn Issue of Address all communications to land more water will flow down the Duty. g.on of doprcMloII mA r gfa Hartford Republican. Irrigation ditches. Here in Ken'similar to that of twenty years ago " ' d tucky we have no such admlnls- under the last Democratic NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Sept. 10. Robert mountains, and the paradox lias no Wlon of revenue system of tariff. Qlasgow, i.Btfrcenttd nlWien wc re2iiinil our Democratic T. Thurmau. a policeman of this existence hero. The problem, how- PntcrnrK flwirin-th- e ddm. ..t Ptr, the old ..Idim In makl-i- c th, q wflrnB ,ast ycar when city, was murdered between 12 and cvcr- - of Providing more moisture Ilmln'wo Local nnl Notice Wc line nhd 8c we dlscused the Underwood bill, In 1 o'clock this morning on West Main hero at thc needy time does exist, per Hirfor rnchmlilitliiiiniuiMTtliiii. 'which some of us pointed out the street, about one-hn- lf block from and it will probably have to he OlittOHrll..lt"o!Htlonnn.lCiir.lotThjnl1r,c Just now there are thous,nev,tnjjje consequence, WO nrc 11- Court Square. Thurmnn received a solved. .Heated ns calamity howlers. Wilson telephone message to go to North ands of acres of early corn that will bo. cIk declares It Is simply a state of mind. Glasgow and make nn arrest. He was not pay for its cultivation, because ebarchadTerti"mnt...v per line. Anonjiniim coramnnlcntlonn will receive no njt js an interesting study to note returning with two prisoners when it did not receive the requisite motion. i(ne parallel, the simllrtrity of the lie was shot. He fell unconscious and moisture nt the right time. had Last year a single farmer present Democratic regime with that made TELPIISlTrC. LC3 of twenty ypars ago. I can not he- - the prisoners nroused their escape. 1,200 acres of com, that for the The shots citizens, who Cu.r.torla.ii the Heve that the people will fall to foun,i the officer and carried him same reason, was not worth 7o.iri- -' connect results with causes.' Hotel, where he gntherlug. The tobacco crop Is cut to the Murrell breathed his last a few minutes later. short this year, and for the same FRIDAY, Sni'TKMHEK Why Impose A War Tax? "N Attempts were made to assassinate reason. All early gardens were The plan of the Administration to the olllicer several months ago, drouth-killeThe problem of Irrigation, it Have the women lost their enthu- offset its failure to keep up the ex- - since which time all kinds of rumors 'pense of running the government by have been afloat and many of his would seem, Is simplified by the fact siasm for voting? that great quantities of water can-bt on imposing burdensome war ... ! .1. IIUUIll lil.IIUJ linvn LIII.IIVlt.U l.. - .. tlle pcop,c,a especially when thetax - nicct tt vloIcnt iifrwl nt rwl lm Yitmilfl An cana.uaies are uu..u..t readied under the surface In connend. ..,.,.... ... .,. ,, til the votes are counted. tpv ,a nt npnr wlfl ,, ,,. worIlt nearly every level part of Daviess d opposlton. ;Ilns s0 aroused the people as the county. Throughout thc state there The nobefprlu thlTyearmay have .has aroused n,ace' tllcre ,s M0 .murder of the brave young olllcer. are abounding rivers and springs. "In thc first to be given to the Red Cross. need for additional taxation," said Robert Thurman was 35 years old. These arc found at such elevations The sporting page is at least one Minority Leader Mann, on the floor all(l wng formerly marshal of Uurk- - that nearly every foot of tillable 'of the House of Represntatlves. "If lCsvllle and Edmonton, Ky. He was a land In thc state could be Irrigated that the war has not conquered. from some of them. The one drawthe party in power would exercise ,,ember of the Methodist church. Adjournment hove in sight when cconmy in expenditures reasonable jIore ti1!U1 one year ng0 i,00t. back to this suggestion Is that thesu Congress began to dock members for a,, natUral economy such as an waters are often heavily impreg- uecame so 0peu in !ary business man would enforce liig0w that something drastic had to nnti'fl with mtnnrnl nnlistniirn iwif lila " n i . . -- uj . oun- - lacking or needed In the various turn nffntra nr n tiwltntmia liniicn. 1. i ""-- . " .curuniBi. Uncle Joe Cannon has leaped the .keeper would apply, '"---citizen need Then they nrc further inno cn pl u hpide.l D.'Ma orJ' soils. . . first hurdle on his way back to a seat ,uc wacu. ouwun ""' is. ieecn, met aim empioyeu Mr. ferior to the water that falls from Jn Congress. "But even with the reckless expen- - Thurman, with the understanding rains because they are lacking in ammonia, which abounds in thc rain will be plenty of dead men ,dlture of public money by the pres that he would try to arrest eviry There ' cut Congress, there is a better way violator of the law. He was a strang- water. This element is very much upon whom to lay the blame for the Ivnted to meet tne uencit man uy levying er here, and therefore could have needed In all worn or long-cu- lt is over. war after it direct taxes. Of course, no one ex- no "favorites," and within a few soils. Because of this the need will Roger SuJHvon has been nominat- pects the admlnstration to adopt weeks he had an rated and convict- be for a genius who can provide plans for storage of the snow and -ed for Senator in Illinois. .What will the Republican course of seeking ed twenty-frv- e persons rain-wntfor irrigating purposes, revenue from such imports as will Wie next Commoner eoy? This,' of course, made him manv and if it cannot be done, then chemcome in, notwithstanding the war enemies, and the threats were freConducting the German jirmy'u therefore i tis useless quently heard that they would kill istry will have to be resorted to for fall maneuvers on French territory for a Republican to oiler advice." him. Interested persons offered him the perfecting of other waters .for gives ,rise to complications. large sums of money to leave, but sucli purposes. Anyway, It begins to look like irKarmers s"ck,eU' Jhese he refused and stayed at his Mr, rigation is a problem for the future was posl Of duty, It was stated when the Tariff t4g2S21T'Pam' is beginning to look on the whole Kentucky. Mes Owensboro was to A court of Inquiry was held to- in affair as an overworked shell game, lowered that the intention Ameri- -- xeenger. open up foreign markets to day to investigate the murder of How would you'Iike to live in that an wi,jie opening up the American Chief Thurman, and sufficient evi- Xotlce l'ny Your Taxes! town in Illinois where half the popu- - market to f(9reigners. Unfortunately, aence was brought out to cause the! I, or one of my deputies will be lation is German and the other half tnls nas not been accomplished. The arrest of Milton Mansfield and French? products of the American farmer are Louie Pace, two n young at the precincts named below on the ed of SecretaTTBTyalTls-s-uppoito be being displaced by foreign products, men w .. Glascnw. Their exnmlnlnr? following dates to receive your i- -. "4Q 2 earnestly examining the bead of Hon. and at the same time we are unablo trini won miIIb.i MiIs (.tiBttmAii. hut Moiiday, Sept, 2S, Ruford and compete abroad. continued Until Monday. Carlton Col- Deanfleld. JSoger Sullivan, logins for a good "- -'.:n hn,hJl . J rWe have the greatest natural re lins was put Ultder a ?T50 wilH&s Tuesday, Sept. 20, Taffy and Herplace to bury 'smircps in tie world. We have the bond. bert. the present "Congress Lis land area for farming. We Mr. Thurman wan 'to have been The tax books fof the above dates fed ihb last IMUHmcan Congress in have & an estimable an expensive Department or married will . not be at Sheriff's Office on to the tune of Agriculture whose duty it is to teach young woman of this city. Mr. Thur- dates mentioned. Why not cut down expenses American farmers the most modern man is survived by a brother of New S. O. KEOWN. Sheriff. '$10O,00'O,00O instead of levying a methods. Until the low Tariff was York, who wired to hold the body In Kansas City. war tax for, lhat amount, when we written upon the books, our posi- until he arrived. In Kansas City they loAG to tell ol ot at war? Our Democratic tion as a producing nation was un jajrp For Sale. a certain wealthy mfcat packer who friends promised us economy in guv- questioned. The low Tariff, however, A good stock of Jones Brand bt never loses nn opportunity to imthey has shackled the arms of the Am- ornmental expenses, and instead give us an overdose of extravagance. erican farmer, and he is standing Fertilizers. Call on ine for your fall press upon visitors to his house the fceH on reasonable great extent of his riches. So much so that new taxes must be helples in his field, watching with orders. I will V. K. ELLIS. He was showing a caller from the influx of the cheap terms. hard times. bewilderment the levied in these Feed & Produce Merchant, Hast through his palatial mansion food products which we have in ,., The class outrages committed by Hartford, Ky. on ono occasion, when they stopped vited to take possession of our mark 9t4 students of the upper classes at the ets. Washington Post. mirbefore a handsome plate-glas- s a. Prohibition forces Victorious In State University upon members of ror of massive size above the firepoor the Freshman class are very place in the drawing room. Tmiff the Chief Iv.uc. " Richmond. Va.. Sept. 22. The advertisements for the school. Is it "See that mirror?" asked the The Missouri Republicans in their State-wid- o . Mm (lfll"l Ihs lint llinca lfna lt prohibition forces won a platform put proper emphasis sweeping victory at the polls in Vir- packer. "It cost me just $10,000." nces were banished from our col- -, State "Heavens!" exclaimed the visitor, on the Tariff as a national Issue. It ginia returns at midnight leges? Think of the tax payers of the great economic question on showing a majority of 32.S25. With duly Impressed. Then, nfter a careis the State of Kentucky being burdoned which a large majority of American ful examination of the article, he to maintain an institution which tol- 'citizens agree in general principle. complete returns from all the cities added, "Hut what a pity It Is scratchof the one hundred ed!" erates such conduct. Grown men ov- - iThe protective system was the and forty-fou- r counties and with scattering returns erpowering other men and mutilat"Yes," said the packer- carelessly. 'American system under which Amer-- . trom other counties, the total vote ing their locks of hair, compelling lean industries were built up In is 121, 7G3. Of this vote, the drys Then turning to his wife ho said: them to have their heads shaved. It "Mary, perhaps you'd better not let spite of the doubt and scorn of thereceived 77.4G3, against 44, CIS for the children have any more diawould have served these young men who have pa- oretical vlarlir If flmv liml linnn nflvprlv wmillfl- the local optlonlsts. The cities, udcr ta"ne 'carlB 8Uch which were expected to roll up a monds to play with." ed In these efforts at outlawry. One varied devices of Tariff reform as majority for the local optlonlsts, gave of the first lessons they should be of their leaders taught, if they have not already " Idiosyncrasies 1,315 for the drys. Only four cities suggested from t me to t me. is to respect the rights 'a Alexandria, Norfolk, Williamsburg learned It. .Under a protective tariff American ,. returned majorities and Richmond ' farmers have had an incomparable f. home market for their productB. for the wets. The total vote cast Deadly 1'urallcl," 181M-U'The which- There is a "deadly parellel" be- - The American laboring men under by the cities was 40,977, of of the couutry to - ,t has been the best workers and the drys got 21.14C. tweeu conditions day and those of twenty years ago. llvlng has been correspondingly A TEXAS WONDER. declares Hon. Simeon D. Fess, rep- - high. St. Louis Globe Democrat. The Texas Wonder cures kidney an resentatlvc In Congress of the Sixth bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, An "Old Time" Stir. Ohio District. Dr. Fess is a close cures dltbetes, weak tnd lame backs, ' Eighten days of good, hard sound student of political conditions, be rheumatism, and all irregularities or ing the author of the History of 'old time preaching on a 'specially .,......, itieury uuu. i uriy uibuui-zatio-t n i prepared camp ground near West the kidneys and bladder in both men L .rouucui and women. Regulates bladder trouNo Creek school house resulted in in the United States. bles in children .If not sold by your "Democrats can (not fgnoro the great good being done. druggist, will send by mall on redeadly parallel of twenty years ago," Tl!s work was accomplished thru ceipt of $1.00. Ono small bottlo, is be says, "when they superseded a the labors of Uros. Landrum and two months' treatment, and seldom protective tariff system by their rev- Gentry, two holiness preachers from tails to perfect a cure. Send for tesenue system under the name of the Klugswood, Ky. timonials from this and other etajtes. Says "opinions differ as to the adIt rained us out on the camp Dr. E. W. Hall, '2926 Olive Street, St. vantages of grinding grain. Wilson bill. Imports Increased, ex For ports decreased, the balance of trade ground for the first few days and working horses It Is quite generally Irrigation in Kentucky. was turneu aginsi us, goiu was ex: we moved to the little school house believed that It was Dean Jonathan Swift who ported, capital could not invest, la- near by, while a tabernacle was beIn Laputa, who ALL GRAINS SHOULD HE bor lost employment. In a word, bus- ing built. This being quickly com- found a philosopher GROUND. paralyzed. we went, spent, eight years seeking to extract pleted, back to the thicket iness was His "Io the face of such distress, the where large crowds attended many sunbeams out of cucumbers. always hay." pan was to can these beams so as and mixed with supply I ground Democratic varly sought a new Issue from miles away. of have In stock a Good order was one of the special to have an abundance of sunshine on ltd a new .leader and It found the Is mageot sound, clean grain v Some feed. It fftue in '16 'to 1' and the leader in features of the meeting which show- tap, when nature denied It. and I quote for this week very low less theoretical philosopher may yet William Jennings Bryan. We were ed 'civilization. This "old time" prices. wave made the Methodists come ln4 rogue In' Kentucky and even taJ4 tfee tirlff had nothing to do with ltind that the depression was love the Baptists and Baptists love here in, Daviess county wno"'wlll do with the excess.of rain that falls at Wilson says, it is. the Methodists, thank the Lord. Amen and. amen, and good will tl'meB what jthls Laputan philosopher fsyefcoioiicai.' Th Produe Merchant . was' to do'with sunbeams.BeaJ it, up Now.j'ftote' the deadly parallel toward all men. M- - . . h, . i HARTFORD,'- - KENTUCKY hermetically or otherwise and save A CITIZEN. the first time in lwenty year. h .rtford Repubiican.;; ett, : - rr;"Asrr";So:!oLASGOw's Marshall ur I for distribution when most needed. Out in the desert lands, which arc fMrSraW Roadster - $ Touring Car F. O. V. FORD'S , $ i T. PRICES REDUCED Saturday, Aug. 1. $440.00 5 $490.00 S at ? W5 snow-cappe- K, . rr 1- 'ao'rSrT;;. ,,, DETROIT. Plew Car Load Ml in Stock J maasonv Hi e. I d. Buy Yoarself a Ford at 1Q15 Prices "' BARNES AUTOMOBILE CO. VXCOMOIIATED.) wide-sprea- - g' I ", , "P"; ie s$ssvtt; CENTRAL CITY, KY. er r . Grandma's Telephone Visits SMITH GRANDMA likes to keep a in is IffliHJRiil vvhSi j5 .i CE.,"r : mr-- - r- - m- .fKise-T- i .ii.iibb i ---- sprightly old a touch with x, well-know- .' .things. In the next town lives another !' dear old lady who was Grandma's schoolmate- - ' and of whom she is very fond. It is impos- sible for tbe tWQ Qd ladies to do much visit- - , ing, but every day they call each other up on the telephone and have the most delightful i I - I hpprc-jiflation- s $200,-OMl.OO- No one gets more comfort and pleasure out of the family telephone than Grandma. When you telephone smile ' - Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. OWKNHHOKO, KKNTUCKY. mm Vlr-ginl- OCTOBER 7, 8, 9, 10 to-da- y, i Elk's Daviess Co. Fair OWENSBORO, KY. Ii 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 1 Fair unprecedented. Write for catalog and information. - Free-Trade- rs U. S. Department H of Agriculture .,.. FRANK A. CANNON, - Secy. Wp H i --v Zr jf -- ' H -- .rmm Jm v sUHHHH Wi ' 'Is made fdnyou. Ka-KoKa-Ko- J 9 bi rm Jf'MM fB H W -- H'1 I wertf-wi-e.-,No- w W..E; ELLIS -- tt-- JTr f. a has individuality, that no other soft'drinbpossesses. Thirst .qjwiebing, a atyritfeing. 'Get the habitit's one that1 ' wont get you. .1 ' k I ' MsHBHHPl----- - WE THANE YOU! -- We appreciate your presence and many words of praise for our splendid showing of Millinery Saturday. Every week adds new things to this department. So you can shop at our store knowing that you are receiving the newest ideas at the lowest prices. If it's a Coat Suit, Long Coat Skirt, Silks, Woolen Materials, Shoes or Hosiery, you will find us prepared to serve you. Don't' forget that our place is O'Rcnnon but was released In Police Court Thursday morning. The Owensboro LodgifNo. 14. B. I j n I.'lt,' Q, i.. lyvi KUVU .!. WilVll'SH ji ...m in ,nn ....- - UIU County Fair, and since then wo have been requested times without number to tnke hold of It again by nil classes of nontiln frnm thin ntul nil. Joining counties, but tho risk was so groat that we were loath to take hold of It. This year tho pressure was so strong that at a meeting of the Lodge held August 27th., it was Mr. C.'O. Hunter attended "tlio decided to try It again, with the idea State Bankers' Association Wednes- that If wc lose money tlio first jcar day nnd Thursday tit Lexington. wo would have the succeeding years School Books and .Supplies at Ohio to make It up and try to give to the t'oimty Di tig Co., lliutfni'd, Kj. Kent people the old timo Daviess Counhy mail on receipt of price nnd post- ty Fair which was a pride to every age. one in this section of the country. Prof. Henry Leach Iiiib purchased Rciiiatkiihlf Tobacco Leaf. 120 acres of fine bottom land from Bowling Green, Ky., Sept. 21. A Mr. H. Holbrook, about 3 miles becasual observer and even some who low town. have had a little experience In the Uev. B. W. Nupler and K. D. Ben " tobacco line would believe a lief was . .. nctt are attending tlio Louisville ioriy loot. in length as quickly as Methodist Conference at Louisville they would that It was forty' inches. this week. A leaf of tobacco that measured forWinnie Slnimernian Miss will ty Inches was brought to the city toleave this afternoon for Nashville, day. It was grown on the farm of George Gardner, and was on display where sho will at the Kendrlck tobacco factory. It College variety. Mr. lticiiardLiles, of the U. S. was of the Uev. W. H. Wright and family, of Dawson Springs, are the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. E. Smith. lion It. 10. L(.o Hlmiuermnn nnd Mr. Rowan Holbronk were lu Louisville the first of tlio week. Mr. J. C. Her went to" Ilockport Tuesday to sec ills brother, Mr. W. 1. Iler, wlio hns typhoid fever. Mr. M. A. Faught, manager of tlio Hnrlford MiibIc compnny, Lcitchflclil, Is attending tlio fair tills week. 1 I r..i WEVE GOT GOOD GOODS ' tf'wsMiiilmKflgm S-sSSsfc v m " tMSUjrZ4it3ik v , ri - M nil ... Ward-Belmo- nt one-suck- er army, at home near Bedn, on a fifteen days furlough, the first in is Headquarters for tasteful shoppers and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. twelve years. ad. on Please look for the Ka-Ktills page. Get in line with the thous100 per ands who drink la-Kocent satisfaction. You won't regret it. Miss Mary KUzabcth Felix and Mr. Douglas Felix will leave Saturday for Boston nnd New Haven, respectively, where they will be In school tills year. Eyes tested, and the best spectacles fitted the best way. Don't neglect your eyes. J. B. TAPPAN, 10t2 Jeweler and Optician. Dixie IIorseFced, $1.85 per hundred weight; Arab Horse Feed, $2.00 per hundred weight. For sale by W. E. ELLIS, Feed and Produce Merchant, a. Hartford, Mr. S. E. :!, Ky. D. No. BennettTB.F. has purchased the freight and PAUL. WOODWARD 3 HARTFORD, KY. mn livery business of Black & Birkhead 9ti Center street nnd will continue at tho same stand. He will shortly move hlB family to town. Ilev. N, A. Palmer, uperintendent n League, of the Kentucky will speak at the morning hour luthe Baptist church here Sunday and at the Methodist church at Beaver Dam Sunday afternoon. Arrangements have been made by Dr. L. B. Bean, manager of the Ohio County Fair, whereby the evening local going to Ellmltch will be held Anti-Saloo- at Hartford Friday and Saturday until 4:30 p. in. Hartford Republican. t I Miss Poppie Nail i Collins Grey, son of James Grey, Clear Bun, was seriously cut on the4 you money on right ankle Monday afternoon by a Dealer in Light Building Materials. Can save .goes mowing machine. Dr. A. B. Riley Cement, Plastering, Roofing and In fact, everything which SKK HIM 11KKOKE dressesd the wound and the young Into a modern hullding. Concrete Silos. man was doing well at last accounts. MAKING YOUK PLANB. Capt. WTeT Bennett and family, who for some time have been stationed at Cheyenne, Wyoming, are visiting relatives and friends in Ohio Call and see Lion Brand Shoes. HUB CLOTHING CO. and Daviess counties. On his return Capt. Bennett will bo sent to Miss Stella Park, of Owensboro, the Philippines. FRIDAY, SKPTKMBKK 25. guest of Mrs. James Park. Is tlio gCan furnish ""anythin- In high Don't forget the Ohio County Fair class monumental works, cemetery begins September 23 four days. goods, etc., at low prices. R. W. JOHNSTON, big lino of Ladles' Look at our Narrows, Ky. 8tf HUB CLOTHING Co. ftno Skirts. Representative Continental Mar-hl- o Mrs. James Harrison, of Dundee, and Granite Co., Canton, Ga. Is the guest of Miss Mattyo Duke. You to See Her Wants Tho Woman's Club held Its first Four school girl board- meeting for the fall term with Mrs. "Wanted MRS. A. K. ANDEIISON. ers. Holbrook Saturday, the 19th. Twelve NEW MILLINERY Prof. L S. MuBon, Beaver Dam, ladles present. Mrs. I. D. Bean read was lu town this week, on business. a fine paper on moonlight schools and the ladles were so Imprcsssed Compiling the latest in Call andsee A. B. Klrschbaum all with the work that they voted a Headgear and Trimmings,. Hutu wool Suits. prize of five dollars In gold to tho HUB CLOTHING CO. trimmed to order in the latest best moonlight school In Ohio counsstyles at the most reasonable WantcdFour SchooTglrl hoard- ty. Awarded by the rules governMBS. B." B. PENDLETON, ers. ing the contests In other counties of prices, Please give us a call Hartford, Ky. the State, door to Ohio County Nocreek, Mrs."- - Oscar Buchanan, Read the ads. In The Republican. 'Drug Co. It will help you In your trading dur- was Injured about the head Tuesing fatr week. day when on seeing an automopllo OPENING MILLINERY jumped from the A splendid hand wtll make, music approaching she Couifty Fair '"'Sept. 23, buggy In which, she was returning at the Ohio SATURDAY. from aVlvls1t to a sick friend. Mrs. . 24, 26jind 26. drafi'am, Is BuchanajuHboughtHhe; horse would Mrs. R. C. Dennett, of be scared by the auto. and .made the the guest of her parents, Esq.' J. H. leap that came near being a fatal ". Patton and wife, one. The horse gave the car Jlttlo Coats and Coat Suits. The Ohio County Fair manage attention. Dr. RlteyjreortB'that Ladles' HUB CLOTHING CO. ment has arranged for a balloon as Mrs. Buchanan is Improving ,nce- ' censton each, day. ly, . Mr. M. Bean was In Louisville this ' Miss Mary Smith, of Fordsvllle, Wednesday afternon Marshal Bur; week. t arrived Thursday to be the guest of. den, of Fordsvllle, and Chief O.'Ban-too- n, Boys' Kne Pants. Nancy Ford city, decided that Charlie, Bur''HUB CLOTHINp.CO. . Miss , r m..:L . V v. i ur- - ton was a hlnderance to the universal Messrs. K. 1 . UOITJJltU j. londay for Mr.. A'.reryiiSTe(ti m r' ner and 'a. K. uor returnee, iro peace movement' and promptly plac& Owensboro, OwensDoro Wednesday. tifc, ed htm under West! But Charlie, i .Buy a Swsn Hat. kodaHsijaMttuppUes-t- a; who is not in accord with said peace Eastman W.' HUB CLOTHING CO. complete line. "Stitt your kodak ( plans, aiade known same by showing V. After several sew the'falr.ItwM,doublejrQui; pleasure. Hlz line of Overcoats. ' i HVBCLpTHtNO CO. , steps , of ithe. .tango had been intro 'JBl'TAPPAN- ,gf Jeweler,, and Optician. duced Charlie Hore attractions than ever at the 10ta tala kt n..1..'kn over 300 nalra At beat a hasty retreat toward Muaay Ohio CquntyFajr f la Te,'alles,ot !iiy Janes Sandorfur returned "to Overall, that he Wilt Sls&e of atf-tratalte.'aW'n'T Vursuer'bue adopted Sfammot vrv low nrlces ""- -' BWVaOBie IB lB ! 'Later in the ss he sale beginning September 2C. Read a siege1-')- ' tTiflerd to ihi.t'V'ISKWy "" iriBVyi. arwr General Contractor and Builder More Trouble In Mexico. Vera Cruz, Sept. 23. American marines tonight quickly put down an Incipient riot here. A group of Constitutionalists who had entered tlio city were requested by the patrols to move on. They refused to obey, and were then forced to comply. Washington, Sept. 23. General Villa has telegraphed General Car-randisavowing tho latter as the first chief of the Constitutionalist nrmy In charge of the executive power In Mexico. Villa, at the same time, announced that neither he, nor his delegates would participate In the national convention called for October 1 at Mexico City to designate a provisional president. An exchange of telegrams resulted from Carranzu's order to suspend between railroad communications Aguasallents and Torreon until he could learn whether General Obre-gothe commander of the division of the Northwest,' Is held under arrest by Valla. Washington Uncertain. Washington, Sept. 23. Just what the United States government would do In the presnt Mexican emergency was not clear tonight. There Is confidence among some officials that the frlctfon would not result In a second revolution because of the strength of Villa's army. It is uncertain whether the United States will interpose Its Influence or await developments. REAL EfeTATK FOR SALE. 133 mile from Hartford. acres 100 i acres 3 miles from Hartford. 75 acres 3 miles from Hartford. 12T acres 3 miles from Hartford. All Rough river bottom land In district. Please the write us if you want to sell or buy land. HOLBROOK & PARKS, Agts., Hartford, Ky. 9tf n, 1- -3 levee-protected WE NEWER PUT ANY BUT GOOD GOODS INTO OUR STORE. THEY SAY "QUALITY (S REMEM-BERE- D LONG AFTER THE PRICE IS FORGOTTEN." THIS IS NOT SO IN OUR STORE. WHEN YOU BUY FROM US ONCE OUR LOW PRICE WILL MAKE SUCH A DEEP IMPRESSION ON YOU THAT YOU'LL NEUER THINK OF GOING TO ANY OTHER STORE TO BUY. THIS IS A STRONG THING FOR US TO SAY. BUT JUST COME IN AND YOU WILL FIND THAT IT IS SO. TRY IT. CARSON Si CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. INEW INSURANCE AGENCY I have recently purchased from A. CYeiser his recording Agencies for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, Hartford, jEtna, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, which includes 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 hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, E. E. BIRKHEAD, - Hartford, Ky. ff Vf TvttTVJt' t .next King Slays Traitorous Chauffeur. Paris, Sept. 23. The Progres du Nord relates a story of the king of the Belgians shooting his chauffeur whilo tho latter traitorously attempt ed to drive him Into the German lines. King Albert was with his troops south of Antwerp. He ordered his chauffeur to drive ahead, and then, after a while, the king noticed that the driver had changed his direction. him, and warned His magesty when the chauffeur took no notice he ordered him to halt. This having no effect, tho king, convinced of the chauffeur's treachery, drew his revolver and hot him dead. He himself stopped the car and drove back to the Belgian lines. In the man's clothing papers were found showing that he had received a" German ofTer of $250,000 for the rv Tvvvvf f f vf f Tvf No Doubt About It We have a shoe stock that will certainly please your eye, and it's all good, new stnfF, too. No old, hand-worout-of-dat- fJsifsA r si&wvir "uwnoTul&tcmd,t ffl7 bbbbtW' n, e shoes, si lsBi f ssssssssssMsssV but the very best and latest, at the lowest prices, quality considered. We have Shoes Fur-nishin- tlVl ULsTTT1 ' king's capture. r Six Per Cent Loans Obtainable 'on Farm, Ranch or City Property. To Improve, Purchase or Remove Incumbrance; Liberal Op tions; S years before making payment on principal, etc. For the proposition address: Assets Dept., at 1410 Busch Bldg., Dallas', Tex., or 422- 423 First National Bank Building, Denver, Colo. 'Amy, for the whole family, also a large stock of Ladies' and Gents1 of all kinds. Give us a share of your trade. We'll certainly treat you right. 44 Write to Your Hlnter Eflle ' v ti7rrr l Campbell" Cleveland, O,, Sept. 19. "Amy Isabel Campbell - Deatrlck, write to your sister, ERle- Campbell." Miss Eflle Campbell lives in Ven ice, CaU Eight years ago, when she with her widowed mother and seven sisters were living in Cleveland, life was difficult for them. The family was In such straits that when William Deatrlck, a carpenter contrac- Hub" Clothing Co HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. , over the country. ,, t her daughter's whereabouts. "Amy, write to your sister. Her Deatrlcks and Campbells Both the left Cleveland soon after. Since then, address, Is Ocean Front and Ozone Amy's family has had never a word Avenue?., Veaice, Califorala. of the little girl. They are heartbroken. eU r.'.l(ittft.iwfr1S14.1 , eluded-th&coppersd- .j ar. tor,. toqk.' $ creekd.' Wl seVen years' old, and wished $ w iatwyitollttle?ABiyrthen lo adopl her. 'the mother was willing. The Deat ricks' promised 'to give Amy aJ happy borne, a good education, and to write to Mrs. Campbell, felling of t rv; r' i .haMrecetyed the tax books an Scat last,' lost are now reJdy to glve.yu a reoUt wrote the above message little sister, thru the Cleveland pa Please sail at this bfftlce at your earliest convenience aws saatfs. pers. 8KEOWN, And the Cleveland papers have um uq: KMT1 message on to others allMC 4i sent this We to-he- r - a 1 vS. COULD NOT AVOID EUROPEAN WAR has thrown Generations Its shadows upon two of men nnd has now pluncrd the world Into a welter of blood." FREE . FREE HOTEL Directory 'professional Ohio Counts' The Honor of England at Stake, Declares Chancellor Lloyd George. London, Sept. man in this hall political life has nt cnmi'lniT ., repugnance mini 19. "There Is no who throughout his In wnr wltb ! i,,ci,i nr mit..l.ln Mils linll more convinced than I thnt who is we could not have avoided the present war without national dishonor." This was the text of a speech which David Lloyd George, Chancelmade in lor of the Exchequer, Queen's Hall this aftemon to arouse Welch enthusiast.-- , for Field Marshal Earl Kitchener's new army. The chancellor went on to say that any honor was doomed, and national Britain was bound by honorGreat able obligations to defend the Independence, liberty and integrity of Belgium. Referring to the accus. tlon that Great Britain had used the treaty providing for Belgian neutrality as a cunning cloak to veil her Jealousy of a superior civilization, the chan cellor said: "Our answer was the action we took in 1S70. In that case Prince Bismarck respected Prussia's treaty obligations, but it was to the interest of Prussia to break her treaty and she had done It. To Prussia a treaty is just a scrap of paper. "This doctrine of a scrap of paper goes to the root of all public law. We are fighting against barbarism, and there is only oue way of putting it right. If there are nations who eay they will respect treaties only when it is to their Interest to do so, we must make it to their interest to do so in the future." Refering to the German excuses, Mr. Lloyd George remarked: to be ought "A great nation aehnmed of behaving like a fraiulit' "lent bankrupt trying to escape his i.i,, regarded tho pros- creator .. injauu. rri.... i. " io Stop That I'lrot Knll CoiiijIi. Check your fall cough or cold tit ouco don't wait It may load to serious lung trouble, weaken your vitality nnd develop a chronic lung ailment. Get a bottle of Dr. Hell's y It Is pure Pine nnd harmless use It freely for that fall courIi or cold. If Ilaby or Child-- . Yen arc sick clvo It to them, It will relieve quickly nnd permanently. It soothes the Irritated throat, lungs i and nlr passages. Loosens Phlegm, . antiseptic a tul fortifies tho sys tem against colds. It surely prevents cold germs from getting a . hold Only 25c. at your Guaranteed. Druggist. Tar-Honeto-da- y; POWHATAN sWASrUNGTON, D.C. J lELOrAMERICAtf Memoirs of Napoleon In Three 'o fumes Int. In a city where good hotels bound, the Powhatan heads the It Is first 'In the countrymen. htarti of Its general European war. This man caused the Lst Fulled. . A short time ago a country merchant bought a car load of sugar. A Trick That obligations." Referring t0 tl,c caso of Servia, the chancellor of' the exchequer said that Emperor Nicholas had given Austria the only answer that became n man when ho said, "I will tear your ramshackle empire limb from limb." "And he is doing it," added the speaker. "Prussia," said Mr. Lloyd George, "is the road hog of Europe. Men, children and nations women and are ordered out of the way. Even Great Britain is ordered out of the way. If the old British spirit is still left in British health, the bully will be torn from 'liis seat. They thought we could not beat them. It will not be easy. It will be a long job. It will be terrible. But In the end we shall march through terror to triumph." Appealing to Welshmen to join the colors, the chancellor continued: "This struggle Is a great war for the emancipation of Europe from the thraldom of the military caste which The price was low, and ho know his customers would need lots of sugar in putting up their fruit. Then war was declared and sugar began to Jump. This merchnnt saw n chance to make a little easy money. He boosted tho price making a profit of five hundred dollars on his sugar. And what did his customers do? Why, the answer is easy. They be gan to buy sugar from the mail or der houses. And while they were buying sugar they bought other supplies so as to have freight shipments. In that town the mnll order business has actually doubled within a month. This merchant is a nice fellow, but for years he has been tearing his hair every time some farmer or villager in his part of the country purchnsed goods by mall. He is hol lering louder than ever now. Ho knows thnt he has taught a lot of new people to buy by mail and, as he says, "When they once get the habit they never quit." Country merchants make a mistake when they combine to secure unreasonable profits on the goods they sell, or to keep down the prices or produce tney uy. moy mane i mistnkp when they make the war an excuse to boos? prices. They could "put it over" if there Tci'? no order houses. Farm Life. His personal memoirs, written by hi secretary, Baron I)e Meneval, arc full of the mot absorbing incidents, especialli in view of the present ureat Knro-pea- n struggle. Just a hundred cars ngo, his ambitions bathed the Continent in a scant blood. France alone, under his leadership, fought Germany, Russia, Austria, Italy, and Great Ilriiain and tio. The Towfiatan u rrline!, ex. elusive, and restful. Its excel, lent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th ami It Streets, makes it a drstraMe headquarters (or bridal couple, tourist parties, contentions. Schools an J colleges. , people of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and J.'av Departments, also to man; points of historical Interest, makes this hotel especially attractive lo a discriminating pub. lie. The Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at $1.50. $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, $2.50. $1.00 and up. 'Write for looklet with map Circuit Court T. F. lllrlslioiwl, Jiitlgc; lien D. HIiiko, Altonuv; V. Attorney Law V. Mldklff, Jnllcr; K. O. Dnrrass, 'Clprli, 13. K. Ulrlihoatl, Master ComHARTFORD, ICY. missioner; It. T. Collins, Trustco lu V Jury Kuntl; S. O. Keowii, Sheriff,, Will raoUce IiIh prWw-atolllartfortl. lX'iiutlca--S- . A. Hrutchcr; and adjolnJiiR conn (,!. ComnioreWJ office iloputli's Mrs. S. O. Kcoun nniti and Criminal Pmctic a Specialty. Ullnioro Kconn. Court conveiii'S first i Monday In February and continues 'three wccUs; third Monday in April, two wocKs; third Monday in October,! two weeNs. County Court John II. Wilson, Law 'Judge; W. C. lllniikctisliiii, Clerl.; HARTFORD, KY. C. li. Sinlth, Attorney, Hartford. Court convened first Moiuloty In each uiul C. B. ' Mtfwre. W. II. H.irn month. .... rn.., Tl I..- - I'll ,1... SmtUi aiiiiouni Muit tJiy luive form r. Wuuilt'rij uiriirt IJITHIIIS first Alontlnv In nvrrv niontli. a jxii tneTjihljt ft tlio g'liaenil prasv Court of Culms-- - Convenes first tlco of law, except ci'lniliial and dlvor Tuesday In January ami tlrst Tiiea- initli lfilng Co ii my Attvr-ue- y ciSiW, Mr. I day In October. Is piMvvutod front pracblusng eucb S. Mo Other County Officers-- C. Iiy, Surveyor, roilsvllle, Ky., It. CC.14MS. will iiidlvldievsV Mr. DtriH F. D. Xo. 2; Tom nines, Assessor, accej't Midi pr.acttoiv. OTflota lo Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shults, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. II. ltlley, Hartford Republican building, HartCoroner, Hartford; T. II. Uenton, ford, K" Iloatl tiiKlneer, Hartford. Otto C. Martin at Barnes & Attorneys at Smith ...!.. lu I JUSTICES' COLItTS. er Ud Monday in June, Tuesday aft er 3d Monday In September, Tuesday after ad Monday In December. L. A. McDanlel, Hoekport, Friday after Sd Monda) In March, Friday after 3d Monday In Juno, Friday after 3d Monday in Septemlx.'r, Friday after 3d Monday in December. S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday after 3d Monday In March,, Wednesday after 3d Monday In June, Weslnesday after 3d Monday In September. Wednesday aft it :iil Mmi- -l day in Dcceinber. it. C. Tlcht'iior. Ccntcrtown. Sat- urdny after 3rd .Monday In ieli month. ' Wlnson Smith, Select, TtiosJlay after I'd Monday In .March, Tuesday after :d Monday in May. Tuesdiij 'after 3d Monday in Auinist. Tin ,lay after I'd .Monday In November. W. s. Dean, Dundee. after the second .Monday in March, Wednesday after Monday eunesuay artcr 3d Monday in .nay, in Aucust. Weilnesdav nftcr 2d Ainu. day In November. Hen F. KIce, Fondsvlllo, Tuesdaj after 2d Monday In March, Thurs- -' Wod-niisd1 The Tonhatan attracts the Eil. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday after 3d Monday in March, Tuesday aft- ARTHUR D. KIRK Attorney at Law KY. M. L. UE.VVHtK Get these Memoirs Free Hyspccialarranpcmentnith the publishers of COLLIER'S, Die National Weekly, uc are enabled to otfer a limited number of thce ,fcn of the Memoirs of Napoleon free viitli a car's subscription to Collier's anil this paper. Theotfcr is strictly limited to get advantage of it jou must ait promptly. three-volu- HARTFORD, ASSOCIATED WITH CLIFFORD M. Manager. LEWIS. This offlrc Is etiulpjietl for handling Commercial Law and CollectUr Items ns well as other legal and MM gated matters. Practice lu all the courts. Prompt ami vigorous service. M. L. Hcavrln's Office. 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If the war ends soon, many curiosity seekers may then go over, much as the ghouls flock to a Normal people railroad disaster. will find Europe in' turmoil for several years. Everyone having leis ure and money for travel may well take this time to familiarize himself with the wonders to be seen at home. The war should teach a renewed respect for American ideas and institutions. AVhlle the powers of Europe have been loading themselves up with the barbarous implements of slaughter, America has been making better highways, educating its children, removing disease, and improving its farms. While Europe is now destroying monuments, painting pictures and matchless relics of the past, America has been erecting churches and carving statues. Much of this work Is crude.but much Is very wonderful While foreign powers are working off the cruel fevers of barbarism.let us here at home value at its true worth all that our own builders and artists have done. 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Theae ternit are arran;rd to auit your convenience, and it ii possible for you to liny a pln.no for your home, without mltilng the miney. . - satisfactory tweet toned durable high pads piano. We ship direct to yoi front our factory, at prices that save you upward of $150.00 la the roit of your piano. We Buirantce to furnish you a better piano for the money than ou can Yon jro xvmrol of wrurr elsewhere. . Piano U Every Start uaranlMd for 11 years. has back Thl sfuartate Of It our H years of piano experience, anJ the.repu tatlon of an responsible piano haute. I large rrumb- -r uf slightly uaed and afoond band pianot of atl standard makes taken in exchange for new Starck Piano and Player-PianTot follow, lag am a few aunple bargain! t We haie constantly on hind the hmt and moit beautiful Player Pianoa en MM SUrck t.ayrNaajt an Player-Piano- s 10 Fr.t Mitia Lmsms To ertry purchaser of Starck Pianos, we give free music lesions, in one of the belt known schools la Chicago. Time lessons you can take la your own home, by malL This rrpreaenti one year's free Instruction. Weber Steinway ChJcVering KimbtU f 110.00 9100 90.03 83.00 195.00 market. You will, be d lighted with the many eg. cluslre feature! of these wonderful Instruments, and) will be pleased with tht very low prices at which mey can tie secured. Send today for 'our new beautifully illustrated piano took wnicn eires you a lam amount of lnforma tion regarding pianos. This book will Interest and please you. Write today. Pima laak Fraa Starck Send for our latest complete second hand bargain list. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1343 Starck Bid.. CHICAGO A Tax on Neutrality. claim is made in one breath that tho Wilson administration hag saved us from war and finds it necessary to burdon us with war taxes growlnR out of war whicji other peoples aro waging. Tho logic of such reasoning Is that wo must bo taxed for war when there Is war abroad, and that one of tho duties of a neutral Is to pay war taxes for tho privilege of neutrality. This is entirely new reasoning, and it would discredit the administration utterly as a plea in extenuation if advanced This is so clearly recognized that tho administration, taking Its cuo from Mr, Wilson himself, (prefers the hardly less dlscredltnhlo course of ntempting to obscure facts as a means of hiding a deficit In government revenues which could he seen before tho first hostile gun was fired In Kurope. Tho present tariff law was drafted, admittedly, with a purposo to reduce revenues from imports from $40,000,000 to ?r0,000,000 nnnunl-ly- . Although tho demand of the Baltimore platform was for "a tariff for rovenue," Mr. Wilson, and his repre sentatives In the House, immediately after assuming power announced Intention of so enlarging tho free list, and so reducing tho schedules In all protected lines, whilo imports would be increased, thej revenues from imports would shrink certainly $40,000,000 and possibly n year. There was nothing evasive In their attitude at that time. They exhibited a candor which was really refreshing, and In marked contrast with the deception' they are now attempting. The present effort at deception grows out of the overwhelming success of the policy of tariff reduction. It became our melancholy duty, during many months following tho early operation of the present tariff law, to point the fact that, while the administration's expectation of largely increased imports was being realized. Is estimate of loss in revenue was being much more than realized. At tho same time, tho ordinary expenses of government, so far from being reduced, were increasing. The first year of the Wilson administration cost the country, in round figures, $100,000,000 more than the last year of the Taft administration had cost. A deficit was plainly In sight, and, with Congress showing no disposition to reduce expenses, it was to be seen that a bond issue to raise current revenues was threatening. In the nick of time came a temporary suspension of imports nil warring countries in Europe, to serve the purposes of mon looking for something to hide behind. The president was not above taking the lead in sounding an alarm in the sense that it wa3 an effort to mislead the public mind as to the origin of the Impending deficit, which, he told Congress, was plainly Indicated in the loss of customs revenue during the single month of August. He proposed a war tax to supply losses which, he said, promised to continue for some time, while he made no reference to the fact that they had then been continuing for some time. We lost no time in proving the form of his declaration of the emergency to be evasive and insincere. This fact Is so plain that he Is now finding himself more strongly opposed among the Democrats of the House than at any time berore. Now, for the first time, we see the administration leaders in the House en deavoring to prevent instead of forc ing the holding of a party caucus on A $50,-000,0-- labor. In many localities people have given up the home garden as they can'i get the fruit. Even vegetables are dug up by organized gangs of prowlers. They come armed with bags at night and stock up for the darkness to pursue the eluslveyoung-BterIt Is runny, hut somehow he fails to get tho point of the Joke. Majority of Friends Thought Mr. Also there Is tho of the gardener. liaising fruits and vegetHughes Would Die, But ables Is his sport Just as baseball Is One Helped Him to young the boy's. If n gang of toughs from tho next street, while Recovery. the boys have left tho ball field to get a drink of water, slinks In and purloins the hat, hall, mitts, and gloves.the verdict of boydom is that Pomcroylon, Ky. In Interesting adtho thieves aro sneaks, and deserve vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes n thrashing. They usually get It. Perhaps at that moment of time, writes as follows : "I was down with the k idiots can realize how the gard- stomach trouble for five (5) years, and ener feels at the loss of tho fruit of the grape vine or molon patch on would have sick headache so bad, at which he has spent many hours of times, that I thought surely I would die. s. view-point and peace loving cltlzen.standlng bewildered nmld tho shadows of a raided orchard, constitutes a picture having humorous aspects. Over tho fence ho hears tho sound of scrambling and scampering legs, with an nccompanlment of suppressed giggles. He Is helpless In the STOMACH TROUBLE FOR FIVE YEARS I taking other medicines. take his advice, although any confidence In It. I decided M not havf ht I did have now been taking Black-Draug- for three months, and It has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches since I began using it. I am so thankful for what Black-Drau- ght has done for me." Thedford's Black-Draught has been de- found a very valuable medicine for rangements of the stomach and liver. It is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous Ingredients, and did not seem to do me any good. i acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely I got so bad, I could not cat or sleep, used by young and old, and should bf and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest I would die. He Black-Draug- advised me to try and quit winter All which tends to make the domestic and charming pursuit of gardening unpopular. Yet it seems a laudable avocation, and one to be encouraged. It helps a bit toward high cost of living, and promotes health and contentment. Hence there are still old fashioned people, who consider stealing fruit as very much like stealing baseballs or money. Thedford's Only Qet a package to ay. a quarter. f.aj JAMES & CO., Pirst Class Liverymeti Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, IMzy? Bilious? Constipated? Dr. King's New Life Pills will cure you, cause a healthy flow of Bile and rids your Stomach and Bowels of waste and fermenting body poisons. They are a tonic to your Stomach and Liver and tone the general system. First dose will cure you of that depressed, dizzy, bilious and constipated 25c. all Druggists. condition. - A Policy Worthy of a March Hare. American manufacturers visiting in England have been Interested this summer In observing the effect of Tariff upon the British mind. For example, they have seen advertisements in the London newspapers calling the attention of the British producer to the splendid opportune ity to enter the American market now offered by the reduced duties. One such advertisement reminds the of 20 per cent on ordinary biscuits has been removed altogether, that the duty on woolen clothing has been reduced 40 per cent that on Jams more than 60 per cent on pickles and sauces 15 per cent, on razors 67.5 per cent, and on furniture 20 per cent. The manufacturers are informed that under these favorable conditions It is easy to sell their goods here In competition with the native product. Of course it is easy not only for OUR CLUBBING RATES, 1,3E The Republican and Louisville Herald 1176 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm 1.75 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The .kepublicah ana Jjauy vjwensooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and Ir75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican and. Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. .... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Globe-Democrat i British manufacturers that the duty Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. - t Man Welborn 'Wins The 1st and 2nd numbers fallliiK to bliow up by Sept. iind.we paid $U5 In cash to ."Mini Welborn, of Cliffy, Ky., who held the Jlrd number In the content for the barrel of luio X IsSElB Anron tendtng a atch and deacriptlon may Com muni cjk iciitiaai nnnuuvvn on raiouu 6encr forecurunrPtnta. g gal4ia Munii A Co. fcceUo a,4atw 9petitUnotUtt WlinuUfcVUfirKV, WM1. A 'hikiteomelylllnitratiMlwMklr. Remedy as much as Diarrhoea twelve years ago. At that time I was seriously ill with summer comKiillon, express prepaid. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ami plaint. One dose of this remedy Diarrhoea Remedy. checked tho troublo," writes Mrs. "I ndvised the 'boys' when thoy C. W. Florence, Rcckfleld, Ind. For CO,, R, LANCASTER Ky, Owensboro. 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The public credit must be sustained. There will be no party division on that point. But Democrats as well as Republicans, it now begins to ap more lncomprehenslvely foolish. pear, demand that tho administra- Philadelphia Public Ledger. tion shall be honest with tho people, Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. and shall not, while acclaiming Itself ns having saved us from war levy a "My attention was first called to war, tux upon us to cover the sources Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and the British, but for the French and German manufacturer to sell his goods here on more favorable conditions than ever before, and to compete with the home producer In his own field. But competition is such a splendid thang that we must have it at any price. 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MKreii. ni. on all. tome aud Only ' mutter. a )rsr lurludlng, a frt-pattern, fcub-- i taibo today or scud laaWaammamSaaamVammrnVsal for frco tawplo copy. McCall Pait.rai will enable you, to mako In your onutiomo. wlllimrrowi bands rlotuluttfur yourself and children wulch still t)erlccl Iu style ami flu 1'rn hither llraia li cents Send for free 1'Koru Catalogue. ( ul latest fas h I o us Iu clutUes Slid hats. M Now Fashion Dejtcus la racli .li:ue. Also uluali!o Information sou postrtil on lbs tuopiuir HKxk'rato Wo EZfff. W sctipllous amon m stem ctww. vn n z mtlnt'snl'.' mi Cin Y Fiat jtir ifieuds, baud forfiea Premium Catalogue and Cash Trlxa Offer. ' ji st, mt mm frt'ror LATEST WAR NEWS , armies fought for days with only the river Alsno between them, and the heaviest part of tho work fell up on tho artillery divisions. The French, offichit bulfettnMssn'ed last night sas that the situation Is unchanged. It Is believed by tho military experts, however, that the Battle of tho Two Rivers will last three or four days longer and. that the Germans then will be driven entirely out of French territory. Bordeaux is beginning to loso the overcrowded air which It had for several days and many of the French who left Paris two weeks ago are returning to make their homes In the Capital once more. The Russian main army Is adCracow, vancing steadily toward brushing aside or bottling up the Austrinn forces seeking to stay the advance. There arc Indications that will he em German ployed with the Austrians in throwing up n strong defense of the city of Cracbw; itself, and that the Austrians will abandon the effort to stop the Russian advance at' a dUtance from the city. GENERAL BEYERS QUITS COMMAND English General Disapproves Send ing Commandoes To Conquer Southwest Africa Brig. Gen. Christian Frederick Beyers, commandant-generof the union of South Africa's defense forces, has resigned Ills post because of his disapproval of tho action of Great Britain In sending commandoes to conquer German Southwest Africa. The official press bureau gave out the letter of resignation of Gen. Beyers and tho reply of Gen. Jan Christian Smuts, Minister of Finance and Defense of tho South African Union. Gen. Beyers reminds Gen. Smuts that in August he disapproved of the sending of commandoes (forces of Boer troops) to conquer German Southwest Africa, and expresses surprise that Parliament confirmed the resolution of the Government to conquer the German territory, without any provocation to thoUnion by the Germans. Ho insists that a majority of the Dutch people In the Union disapproved of crossing the German al ''Monday, lntenstfrig Information has been gWcV'dut y ttie' Hrltsh Admiralty regarding llritish successes and misfortunes In various waters. The llrltinh' merchant cruiser Cnrmanla has'sunk a..German merchant cruiser, 'tfupposcd1 to ' he either the-- Cap Trafalgar or lhcnerlln, off the coast-o- f South Aiuejlca, but tho German Cruiser Koonl&borg completely disabled tho British cruiser Pegasus, while the latter was overhauling her machinery lit Zanzibar harbor, kill ing twenty,flro men and wounding morq. than''1hrce times that number. The German cruiser Emdcn has sunk ,61s 'British merchant steamers In tueay'iof Bengal. Our New-fa- ll Stock In' the fighting around Khelms, the matter of greatest general Interest has been, .the destruction of the famous cathedral, one of the most noted structures In the world, dating back to the Thirteenth century. It Is reported first to have been pierced by many German shells and then to have burst Into flames. Against this communication between Severed destruction of the Cathedral, the Krcnch Government has decided to Berlin and Breslau led to the belief send through diplomatic channels a that the Russsians had reached that point and were engaged In an attack protest to alhthe Powers. , . on the city. There has been a review off the Sarajevo, the Capital of Bosnia, Island .of Halkr by the Sultan of the Turkish fleet, Including the former which was abandoned by the AusGerman cruisers Breslau and Goe-be- trians after a heavy defeat, has been after which the warships pro- occupied by the Servians and ceeded to Constantinople for coal. n, Italy, according to reports from Rome, has more than half a million men under arms. An official statement from Petro-gra- d says that the Russians are bombat ding. the strong Austrian fortress of Przemysl. It also reports .the repulses of the Austrians with heavy losses n'ear Baranow and Ranichow, .. ,' in Galicia. ., Tuesday. The casuallty lists show that 797 British officers are among the killed, wounded and missing, a very high 'percentage of the total losses. ColoAmong these are thirty-tw- o Majors and 246 Capnels, eighty-fiv- e tains. The cold stream Guards have lost thirty-on- e of their officers, the highest on the list. The German Emperlor has taken up his quarters in Luxemburg, according to n Paris dispatch. Jo guaid ngainct possible raids by the French nvlators n squadron of German aeroplanes is in readiness to ward off any such attempts. frontier. Referring to a statement that Great Britain had taken part In the European war for the sake of justice nnd to protect the Independence of smaller nations and comply with treaties, General Beyers points to the resignation of two British ministers Thursday. as evidence "that a strong minority Again the status of the warfare cannot be convinced of the righton the long line In France remains eousness of war with Germany." unchanged, according to the offici- As to protection of smaller nations al report of the French War Office. General Beyers says: The battle has devloped Into a war "I have only to indicate how the of assault, with the Allies In the role Independence of the South African d of attackers against the Republic and ttie Orange Free State positons of the Germans, was violated, and of what weight the which are fortified with large and Sand River convention was. small artillery pieces and h'edged "It is said this war is being wagabout with barbed wire entangle- ed against the barbarity of the Germents. The French report says that mans. I have forgiven, but not forin these circumstances progress of gotten, all the barbarities perpetratnecessity must be slow. ed on our country during the South strongly-entrenche- Is practically all in and placed as conveniently.as possible for your inspection and consideration. Every new, practical thing that the style originators of Europe and America have decreed to be correct, will be found in our stock. NOTHING HAS BEEN LEFT OUT, NOTHING HAS BEEN LEFT UNDONE to make this store the trading center of the whole Green River country. Where is the good judgment in chasing around to several different towns, or half a dozen different stores, to get what you need, when this one big store can supply you? Use the same good judgment and economy in buying your supplies as you do in the prosecution of your business and you will always be found at this store doing your buying. 4 Our Stocks are Bigger, Onr Variety Greater-O- nly One Price to Everybody and that price as low as is consistent with straightforward, legitimate merchandising. WE DON'T SELL TRASH. The merchandise we sell is the kind that repeats. If you buy it once, it will bring you back again. Now the Thing We Are After is Some of Your Fall Business and if you are at all considerate' about the weight of your own pocket-boo- k or the class of merchandise your family wears, we are going to sell you some goods this fall. And remember, we don't ask you to buy. We only want to show you. We'll let the goods do the talking. COME EARLY and GET THE PICK OF THE CROP. In the eastern war zone the Rus sians report that they are still pursuing the retreating Austrians In Gallclae, while on the German front the German and Russian armies are In closo contact. N'e engagement occurred as yet, however. has .pt A news agency dispatch Is authority for the statement that the Ger mans have entrenched and mined the approaches to Brussels and also are fortifyiug the region around Ath, northwest of Mons, with the purpose i , of preventing the Belgians falling A Viadlvostock says dispatch on the Germans, should a retreat that '.Japanese, aeroplanes have des- from France be forced. troyed with bombs two of the important forts at Tsing Tau, in the In reply to Germany's protest German protectorate of Klau Chau, against China's violation of nuetra-It- y whilo Pekin reports that- a British by permitting Japanese troops to detatchmeut left Tien Tain on Sat- land on her soil, China said she was urday to assist the Japanese in the unable to defend her neutrality. on that place. attack not justify the criminal devastation A German official report says the of Belgium, and can only be calcuThe Montenegrin army is believlated to sow hatred and division Russians lost in the battles near ed to be close to Sarajeyo, Capital among the people of South Africa." 150,000 men killed and 90,- of Bosnia. The Montenegrin ForGen. Smuts refers to the freedom 000 captured. eign OfflceMearW that the Austrian given South Africa by Great Britain, army la Jn rotreati you to write a letter ' Another German". report .says that "which allows t for "which you would., without doubt a single German submarine sank the be liable in the German ICmpire to "Because of, his disapproval of the three British cruisers in tho North action oi the British Government in Sea Tuesday. Whilo the location of the extreme penalty." The Minister goes on to say that sekng tbq' co,nque3t of German this daring torpedo attack has not the coast, of the South African UnSouthwest Africa,' Brigadier Generbeen definitely established, it is asal Beyers, pommandant general of sumed In some quarters that It took ion is threatened, that mail boats up, and that her forces,' hns resigned,. place some where off the mouth of have been held V borders have been Invaded by the I canal. the Kiel Germans, and concludes by declar' vfhe crews of the six. British steamers captured ty tho German aeroplanes have invaded ing: British "I cannot conceive of anything cruiser, Emdeu In the Bay of Ben- Germany and dropped bombs on a gal, flvo of which were sunk after Zeppelin airship hangar at Dussol-dor- f. more fatal and humiliating than a lifo of loyality in fair weather and the crews were taken off, arrived The Germans claim no damage a policy of neutrality and at Calcutta was dono by the aerial attack. , sentiment in days of storm and Prcaldcnt Wilson says that ho is German Baron Declares Conflict Be- stress." still "prayerfully "working for peace, tween U. S. and Japan Inevitable. For Sale. but It Is known that for the present Washington, Sept. 23. An interA big stock of superflno Timothy steps to view published here and attributed no further he will tako Seed 90 per cent pure which I press the offer of the American to Baron von Schoon, former secrewill sell at rcasouublo prices. Governmeut to inodlate. tary of the German Embassy at W. K. ELLIS. and now attached to tho EmFeed & Produco Morchant, Mall advices from Tislmo state bassy hero, dwelling upon tho prob- 9t4 Hartford, Ky. that the Japuutse lost n second tor- ability of war between tho Uulted pedo boat outside Kiao Chow. The States nnd Japan, was called to PresOld Shells unearthed. Ky Nlcholasvllls, vesbel was sunk by a German crui- ident Wilson's attention Sept. 23. y by ser. Sec- While the steam derrick was excaAdministration official. After retary Bryan had talked with the vating Main street for tho asphalt Woduesday. President on another matter, he with which It is to bo paved, the Naval operations took the center said he had been tho Interview, "but automatic shovel dug up three shells near the town pump. of the war btago yesterday, when nothing had been dono about It." They were carried to Mayor Steele's three British cruisers were sent to It quoted the Baron as saying: tho bottom of tho North Sea by flvu "You may bafoly say that the muss office, and nil tho afternoon a crowd It Is reported of tho Japaneso people bellvvo that of people viewed tho curiosities. German mimuarinea. that threo of the attackers wpro wur with tho I'nlted States Is inevit- During the Civil war Nicholasville .van); Each of tho mi u ken able. Throughout Japan there Is an was headquarters tor tliu Northern vttselu cardial a. crew of 77fi mini, inteiiHc hatred of tho American peo- army In Kentucky. This being the terminus of the rail road, all supplies ard it Is estimated that only 700 ple." wore plclieJ up by the crafts near The Interview attracted a good went shipped In here, aud hauled in wagons as far south as Knoxvlllo, , them. deal of attcutlou In official qua' Tenn. How these balls became burt rter. ied two and one-haleet deep on Thq flrnt iwort of tho Urttlth Sale. Main btreot Is not known. Somo of operation!! In Franco Issued felnce One smull refrigerator, in i;ood the older cltlrcns say they were put the, Germani (me beon ou the rethere by the Federala when they extreat ww riytti out bfat night by tho condition. Call or address pected a raid by the Confederate. .E. M. WOODWARD, U shows trut the two War,OftIc. Tan-nenbe- rg African war. With very few exceptions all the farms, not to mention many towns, were so many Louvalns. of which we now hear so much." General Beyers denies that the Germans invaded South African Union territory and declares "if they did the Dutch and British would fight side by side in Its defense," and that he would gladly lead them. General Smuts in his reply to the letter of resignation says that all the plans for operations against German Southwest Africa were made in consultation with General Beyers and that his suggestions were largely carried out. "Your bitter attack on Great Britain," Gen. Smuts continues, "not only is entirely baseless, but most unjustifiable, coming, as it does, In the midst of a great war. "Your reference to barbarous acts during the South African war can- Our New Millinery Will : Appeal to All Ladies of Taste QUR LADIES' AND MISSES' COAT SUITS, COATS, See the new '' SKIRTS AND WAISTS are the cream of the nation's productions. h suits with long coat. iorty-five-inc- , OUR QUEEN QUALITY SHOES FOR THE LADIES AND KING QUALITY SHOES FOR THE MEN are worn by millions of the best dressers in the land anil there are no better shoe values to be had. OUR SHOWINGS IN DRESS GOODS AND SILKS In Roman Stripes, Plaids, Checks and all To-l;l- o, colors with trimmings suitable interesting proposition to prospective purchasers. shades, in solid to each, will prove a most to-da- J Nothing lacking but a visit by you to see our stupendous array of new Fall Merchandise prepared by us for your convenience and accommodation. E. P. BARNES & BEAVER DAM, KY. BR0 v , lf