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No. 12 r work was made easy by tho aerocommitted himself on this rumor, but planes which flew over the British his friends declare that It is not un 01.11 PARTIES lines and signaled by means of a likely he will follow this course. flash light. "Soon their shrapnel beReturns on Republican candidates OF THE WAR gan to drop," he added, "and It did for United States Senator with New ARE FOSSILIZED n lot of dnmnge. Wo had to find our York City virtually complete and own range, but our men did magnifout of 3,173 districts icently when they once got io work." give Wadsworth 70.S72; Colder One poor fellow whose head was so Scenes and Touch I1II1 28,921. So Says Roosevelt In Speech smothered In bandages that his feaNow York City virtually complete ing Reunions Witnessed. tures could not be seen, remarked, ' and 2,174 districts give Dav At Columbus. "Wo could beat them with bladder-stick- s enport 14,534 and Sulzer 12,397. If it were not for tho shells, Uoth Sulzer and Calder still were hopeful tonight, however, that they Real Anguish of Battle Falls to which were appalling. The effect could not be described." might nose out their opponents In the Tariff On Sugar Called MisgairP Ilctwcen 200 and 300 wounded solLot of Woman Thrillend. Sulzer reiterated that If he was diers nrrhed at Brighton yesterday. given a fair count, he would win, but ed Legislation By The ing Stories. Thousands of people assembled outdid not Indicate whether ho believed side the railway station and lined Democrats. frauds have been committed. tho route to the hospital. Soldiers Appeal For Help For Catholics In London, Sept. 26. Could all tho with minor wounds chatted to Mexico. amazing, graphic and thrilling war about their experiences, tellColumbus, O., Sept. 28. Address Washington, Sept. 30. Asking ing an audience In Memorial Hall Htories now being brought back by ing how tremendous were the odds that tho United States recognize no here tonight Col. Roosevelt wounded British soldiers be compiled ugalnst them, how they peppered the criticized government in Mexico which does not jukI published they would make high- - enemy, and how cruel tho Germans the old parties as "fossilized;" found grant religious liberty, a delegation little save Inefficiency ly interesting reading. Every day were to the wounded. Thoy appeared and In comrepresenting the, American Federa- petency in their programs affecting hundreds of tho Injured are Invalid' possessed of a burning desire to retion of Catholic Societies of America labor, combinations ?il homo and they all have tales to turn to the front and to have anoth and the tariff, called on President Wilson today. tell. er go at the enemy. and pointed to the Progressive platResolutions' were presented, pro- form as tho only one showing the A Lancashire Fusilier told that he All tho wounded soldiers who have testing that nuns and priests have way to true reform. ' arrived at AlderBhot have stories of inarched, or rather hobbled, a dozen been robbel and murdered by Con miles nfter ho was wounded in the the remarkable artillery practice by The old parties, he said, can not stitutionalists and that chiirrh-nrnthe tierman guns, which they ascribe leg, and that the bullet was only exand will not deal with new ideas in erty ha'wen destroyed. The Presi- adequate fashion. to the cIoho between the tracted on Monday, yet, yesterday he tpld that among the priests dent was limping round in tho sunshine "They know that if they put the suns and aeroplanes. and a'M in danger were some Am-- . wine of the new ideas into a cigarette between his lips. W,hilo men must fight and bear with the old erlcan eitlze'ni in Saltlllo and Mexico bottles of their organizations Oh, the longing for tobacco which the consequences like men tho real these Ctv. The delegations asked that the old organizations would burst asunanguish of war is the lot of their wo the eyes of the convalescents speak! administration take active steps for der," he said. The attitude of men. The fact is Badly evident just The gift of a few cigarettes to the HON. WM. SHERMAJf HALL their relief. now nt tho hospitals in which our Connaught and Cambridge hospitals Democratic Administration, Tho delegation consisted of Rep- on the tariff and trusts he described Wuat promises to be one of the and Assistant Secretary of State unwounded soldiers are being tenderly would make numerous Tommies happy. as firing, "so as to hit it if it to a nursed back to health and vigor. most Interesting contests for Ken der Dr., Ben L. Bruner. He is a law- resentative Galllvan, of MassachusTho young Fusilier spoke In high tucky Congressional honors this fall, yer by profession arid a member of etts; the Rev. R. H. Tlerney and John bear and to miss it if it is a calf." l, Take the scene at tho London firm of Moorman & Ball at Hard- Whalen, of New York, and Henry V. where some hundreds of our praise of tho German gunnery, but Is The Colonel explained his opposithe race In the Fourth district be- the Cunningham, of Boston. Bishop Cur- tion to State ownership In most inheld their rifle shooting in utter conlnsburg. warriors broken at Mons are being cared for. All through the day the tempt, and declared that they could tween Hon. W. S. Ball, the RepubliMr.,Ball has long been recognized rier, of Matanzas, Cuba, will discuss stances because of the superior ef-- ' was begieged by relatives not aland the bayonet. He saw a com- can nominee, and Hon. Ben Johnson, as one of the best political organ- - the difficulties of Catholics in Mexico flciancy of most privately conducted institution with President Wilson tomorrow. The enterprises. The distribution of the tVl 11 U.M In ,1A Cf.. of thoso within, anxiously Inquiring pany of Irish Fusiliers go tot a mob the incumbent. " iuo oiio. nia leuuersuip i Already the attention of many has been wise in his county and dis-- J Pres,dent Promised to do everything malls, water and light he said fall of who "turned and ran for tho latest ltdlngs of tho patients, j i m ganger, State politicians is attracted to this trlct. He was nominated by a large nA0DIMA " - it. """"" like hares." or waiting, patiently, hopeful. naturally wjthln vth p.rov.lnce, df the ' race as one that may result In the majority, in the recent primary, over "The" best thing I saw from our Inside, there were many touching State, but in generaf State regula--" Night Riders Denounced. scenes, pathetic rounlous of husband trenchos," he Went on, "was a charge overcoming of the Democratic ma- two strong and worthy opponents and Madlsonville, Ky., Sept. 30. The tlon and supervision were to be pre and wife, mother and son. A liosptt-la- l by a squadron of the Nineteenth jority, as was once accomplished by his standing and popularity at home September term of the Hopkins Clr-i- s ferred to State ownership. "My own recnt experiences in travInevitably sees much of the drama Hussars, wKo went straight for some Hon. John W. Lewis. attested by the fact that he re-- cult Court convened yesterday morn-celve- d all, except fifteen, of the Re- - ing with an unusually heavy docket. eling on a State owned railroad in M life oven in peace; in times of war dismounted cyclists. It seemed a mad Mr. Ball Is regarded as a danger-on- e candidate. He comes of sturdy publican votes cast in Breckinridge Judge J. Fleming Gordon's denun- - France, and in using the State-owne- d it is there, perhaps, that tho human thing to do for the Germans, who had been peppering factor Is uppermost. our Infantry, Virginia stock on both sides, Is a county. The Republicans are united elation of, the "Night Riders" was se- - telephone In England, impressed me A wife returns from visiting her should have been able to stop them fighter and is prominently connected and' active in his district and are vere. He suggested that the County with the marked comparative super-lorlty'liuMinnd an Infantryman disabled with their rifles, but they didn't and where votes and friends will count. boosting him strong, while he is en- - Judge be petitioned to appoint a suf- service rendered by our own rVhlle in the thick of the fighting at after the Hussars rode through there His father was a Federal soldier and gaged'tin an active campaign. railroads and ficlent number of county patrolmen privately-owne- d sorvod In the Third Kentucky CavMons full of hope, and talked was not a German left alive." but I am informed that in He is a strong advocate of, and his to afford adequato protection for tho Belgium the direct reverse obtains;" of the prospect of her husband's early The Fusilier spoke enthusiastically alry thru tho war. hobby is, substantial Federal aid to people. He 13 forty, a bachelor, a Baptist the building of 'public hlghawys, and recovery. She could scarcely credit of the bravery of the French peasant he said. Glfford Plnchot IU. In pleading for an untrammeled in religion, a prominent Mason and If elected he will specialize on and , the fact that he had actually re- - women. Erie, Pa., Sept. 30. Glfford I turned. Even while we were belne shelled Is Identified with other orders, and 'devote his special attention and Progressive party candidate for tariff commission the speaker declar"It has all happened so quickly." i ,n tho trenches." he said, "they came has always been a progressive pub- strongest efforts to securing and sup- ' the United States senate, is ill here of ed that the Democratic revision waa fib e said. "Ho managed to wire, tell- - UP t0 our ,lne3 nn(l brought us fruit." lic spirited citizen. He was born on porting legislation to that end. ptomaine polonlng. His wife today hampered in the same manner that adjustment WM He saw from a distance Germans a Breckinridge county farm, being He has always been and Is In favor visited the various towns where he the Aldrich-Vreelan- d lug me to come and that's how I have one of eleven children. He .chiefly of a strong, large and formidable was scheduled to speak, and explain- by the conflict of sctlonal and' pribayoneting figures on the ground seen him so quickly. vate interests. secured his own education in the pub- American Merchant Marine, ind be- ed the situation to the waiting "Look what he gave me," she addW. P. Her Dead. "We are a great nation," he assertlic schools, the Haidlnsburg High lieves that American goods and ma' s ed, and produced a small, ed, "and we must think nationally Mr. W. P. Her died at his resi- School and Bowling Green Normal, should be carried in American vesrifle bullet, which was passed Mrs. Rlngo's Father Dead. and act nationally; dence in Rockport, this county, at 3 He became a teacher and has always sels, flying the American flag, and from hand to hand. Wednesday's Owensboro MessengColonel Rosevelt pointed to the Her husband would soon be better. o'clock last Sunday afternoon, after been a staunch suppoiter and cham- that American .shippers should not placing of sugar on the free list aa That was welcome assurance. But a protracted illness of typhoid fever. pion of public schools and education. pay two hundred million dollars per er says: "George T. Ryan, one of the best an example of unscientific legislation she did not .want him to get well After short funeral service con-"to- o He has held a number of important annum q foreign-vesselfor carry positions, including that of Circuit ing freight and then have their trade known farmers and citizens of Lo'1 and declared that the advance in sug quickly." Like every other wo- - ducted by Richard Sneddon, his regan county, died at his home at 1:30 ar resulted because, he declared the man, however, she was proud of the mains were taken charge of by the Clerk, Postmaster at Hardlnsburg paralyzed in time of war. o'clock yesterday morning. Mr. American grower simply quit busipart hor man had played. One told Masons who conducted the burial Ryan has been seriously ill for sev- ness, and the law of supply and de little tales of bravery on the part ' services in a very Impressive mnni mand did the rest. He described the eral days, and his death was of the wounded, of heroism under ,n,ir Monday afternoon. TURPINiTE MAY BE GLYNN NOMINEE policy of the Progrsslve party, as Tlle deceased, against tremendous odds, of so- who had been a fire The deceased was eighty years one of wise and radical Hcitudo for chums less capable of member of the Presbyterian church CAUSE OF LOSSES NEW YORK OEMS; old and was held in high steem by ism. years, was one of Rock- caring for themselves. for sovoral all who knew him'. He was a gen"Under the Republican scheme a Largo numbers of additional port's most prominent business men, tleman of the old school, and his few men prosper too much. Under wounded reached this country, and well liked by everybody. At the llke thoso before them, had stories time of his death he was president Deadly Gas Capable of Slaying Present Governor Wins By Big death will cause universal regret. the Democratic scheme nobody prosHo was a member of the Masonic or- pers enough," he asserted. He reof adventure to relate. of tho Rockport Deposit Bank. der, and has been an elder In tho marked, In passing that the DemoThousands Inventor's One of the 120 men taken to BirmHo was the oldest son of our Majority In The Chrlstain church of Adalrvllle for crats had tailed In repeated promingham, who had lost his left hand, townsman, Mr. R. T. Her, and brothStormy Career more than fifty years. He Is sur- ises to provide a presidential primary Primary. wondered why he had been sent er of our well known grocerymau, vived by six children, one of whom and characterized the omission as an I homo. "I can still do a bit of damage I Mr. J. C. Her. Ho leave3 a wife, Is Mrs. Ben D. RIngo, of Owensboro, "outrage." with this," ho said, shaking his seven children, ranging In uge from Now York, Sopt. 30. A possible On the subject of combinations, New York, Sept. 29. With the who was at his bedside at tho time right fist. 7 to 18 years, a father, two brothers, explanation of- - the terrible slaughter vote and practically all of of his death. the former President said that the A member of the field artillery, three sisters, many friends and relaamong tho Germans described in the the New York City returns, at apadvance in food-stufThe funeral wan conducted from war-tim- e and whoso head was bandngod und who tives to mourn his death. recent dispatches from the scene of peared tonight that James W. Wads-wort- the family residence at 4 o'clock the plight of tho cotton growers emcould not Kpeak, wrote down the folMr. Her wns In his 51st year at war Is furnished by a prominent AmJr., had wou tho Republican yesterday afternoon, with interment phasized tho need of proprly regulowing: "The shells camo down like tho time of his death. erican long resident In Paris and nomination for United States Sena- in tho old family burying ground. lated and supervised combinations rain und our regiment had only ono widely acquainted In Government cir- tor over William M. Colder, and that His grandson, Ryan Rlngo,. went to for the benefit of the great and the ofticer left. I wns on a flank with my . Currnnzn Willing to Resign. cles. It is his opinion the French Frederick M. Davnport had defeated Adalrvllle yesterday morning to at- small alike. The war, he added, has gun and fired about 60 rounds In 40 Mexico City, Sept. 29. In his reare using shells filled with a new ex former Gov. William Sulzor for the tend the funeral." showed the need of combinations minutes, but we wanted support and ply this afternoon to the petition of plosive invented by Eugene Turpln, Progressive gubernatorial nominaamong business men, especially small could not get It." Francisco Villa's generals, asking County Attorney Loses Inheritance business men. But, he said, they were lmentor of melinite, which lib- tion. Ono man belonging to tho Suffolks him to resign In favor of Fernanda the Tux Case. erates deadly gases that asphyxiate prohibited by laws which prohibit Gov. Glynn, District Attorney stated that his regiment arrived ut Igleslas Calderon and thus avoid civFrankfort, Ky., Sept. 30. Differ all combinations. all within range of the shellnj Whitman and Ambassador Gerard entiating Mons on Sunday afternoon, and they il war, Gen. Venustlano Carranza between suits to collect tax At tho beginning of tho war the continued to add to their pluralities Col. Roosevelt took the decision In we.re Immediately set to building Bays.: on omitted property and suits to col- - tho International Harvoster case, reParis newspapers mentioned a new for tho Democratic guber- fleet Inheritance axes, At that tlmo the Germans trenches. "I will gladly take such action it explosive of Turpln's he court of ap cently handed down, as an itlustra invention; which natorial. Republican gubernatorial were about 2,000 yards away, but It Is ratified by the goneral conferpeals this morning reversed tho tlon of ithe evil offect of condemning; had ust been tried out, and predict- and Democratic nominawhen 300 yards off they closed In, ence; if not I will fight with the senatorial ed that it would annihilate whole tions respectively. "With a majority Franklin circuit court, which had all combinations. some lying down, others kneeling, same energy that I employed In comrendered a Judgment requiring State regiments. Bombs charged with if "Tho court in the Harvester case," of almost 100,000 already establishand the third lino standing. "It was bating the usurpation of Huertu. I wero dropped from aeroplanes upon ed over John A. Hnnessy, It appears Auditor H. M. Bosworth to allow said the Colonel, "decided that what then we peppered them," be said, will fight reaction and the old rea field containing scvorul hundTed tout the dbvernor would finish prob-ahl- y County Attorney Georgo Batterton, of the Harvester Company bad done "and It is no exaggeration (to say we gime which appears now to be head- sheep, Bourbon, $431, commission for.col-ccctin- g waq benoflclal to the f country, as a and according to the report all 125,660 votes ahead of bis op(lore great boles and gapa In, their ed by Villa, who, It may be, is an untho Inheritance tax of $28,7G whole, but that it was Hlegal." '' tho animals were killed by the fumes. ponent. Whitman's plurality probably raaka. Kacu of us In the daylight witting tool lu this as was Orozco In So deadly was that the will be between 60,000 and 75,000. from tho administrator of the estate fired with precision atsthe obvious his fight against Madero.' or Laura Bell Judy, and held Tor Sale. ' , French Government at first hesitat- R Is believed target, bnt In the dark and 'the that Gerard's plurality the statute does not allow a IS that Gen, Carranza asks 'Gen. Villa's por A big stock of superflai'.Tlmothr ed to use it on tho ground that the will eiccod 70,000. jpght raged for two .nights without cblefH to demand' the retirement of slaughter would bo too terrible. cent commission to county attorneys Scud 99 per cent purtWbicU I we simply 'had to tiro in their leader as commander of (be a. break A perslbton.1 report la current that in such cases as It does in eulls for will sell at reasonable prices. Some of tho Paris papers IntimatHennessy will tqako an independent omitted taxes. It was a test case. tkolr direction, trusting to luck.", Northern dlVlslon' of tho army In W. B. KlXft.' v. ed in the early stage of the conflict . A bombardier of the Royal Field view of Bis,' Carranza' willingness race for Governor despite hta defeat The opinion was written by Cbjof ,y - ..Feed k Produce MercbaBt'.'' . ' ' "'" explained that' the enemy to rotire If the army so votes (Contlaua 6n Eighth, Pa)iJC! by. Goy. Glynn. Hwine!fyiHa3,a$t Justice Hobeon. ' Hartford,- - Kir ''. 9t4 ' ' ., : t.. ni.v .. 2,-1up-Sta- te Pathetic 66,-75- 5; nsm:m virv up-Sta- te clv-illa- ns Mjnn'. ih 1 1 s n. the-prese- Hos-ptta- the-enem- "" A- in elephones; evil-looki- I cool-head- up-Sta- te fs h, tl.t up-Sta- te e r rr i- " 1- -c sot guns began to becomo famous. ' quo ante bcltum will bo largely reNEW GERMAN Tho great superiority of tho sumed so far as tho world outside French gun lies In its' stability, nnd of Europe Is concerned, except for SEIGE GUN In fact that It will stand extromo annihilation of German commerce. the hard wear. To show Its wonderful It Is true England will nb longer OF stability It may bo mentioned that bo menaced by Germany, therefore I have recently purchnsoil from A. C. Yeisor his rcconlinjr n glass of water placed on tho rim jwlll be moro strongly confirmed In Weapons of the Kaiser's of the wheel of tho gun remains Afrencics for the following Fire Insurance Companies: Continental, iher naval superiority; but, on the Mighty unsplllcd after tho shot has been Hnrtfonl, A'Am, Phoenix and Fidelity, underwriters, wnien includes England Army Renders Forts ane Will Dp- - othcr hnn,,takp caro ofwill still have fired. wUh th0 olh. the business written in all the towns and villages in Ohio county, 1 ugh to This extraordinary feat, Impossible cr nations without resuming her These are all old line Insurance Companies and I will be pleased to Useless. mand Pound of Flesh. In the case of most guns, has been quondam position of bully against hear from anyone in need of Insurance. Respectfully, mndo possible by tho Clover applica this nation. Should, on tho other hand, the Berlin, Sept. 29. It la still too tion of a special recoil brako which Yellow Peril Confronts Us allies be defeated, Germany would early to base general predictions con- Krupp nlwnys declared could not be When become supremo on the seas and cerning war In the future upon the fitted to field artillery. It was adoptof engagements of the present grcnt ed at tho Crcusot works, however, . May Expect No Help assume the Napoleonic role France a century ago, Assuming European struggle. One prediction and that Is one point where the From Britain. this position can be maintained, the however, does seem fairly "Justified French guns are superior to the Ger' German navy and mercantile ma already. It Is that the day of fort- mans'. Another feature of tho Crcusot rine would dominate the world. resses has passed. 4 guns Is what Is known as tho recupNow Torlc, Sept. 27. Many hun- - which, then, Is most to our Interest centimeter The new forty-tw- o o ntnnd- n8 n nation? dictlo of (10.S Inch) siege gun of the Ger- erator, which causes the gun to reIn terrace Garden to-- 1 Tne primo.if not only the fact to rd man force appears to havo demon- turn to Its flrng position. The force Is compressed nlr, possessing mnking the thirteenth annlver- - lember In deciding this question Is strated Its ability to demolish the used sary here of German Day a day tnat wheras England has always strongest fortification over made the ndvnntngo over many of the eu apart to bring together the Ger- - supported our Monroe Doctrine, Pictures of the demolition at I. lose Krupp guns, in which springs are mans In this country and to revive Germany has always been hostile to bear striking testimony to tho power used, that It never wears out or the bcntimtmt of the Fatherland. lt. jn fnct we nmy say ti,at but of this new arm. A single projec- loses Its "spring." Creusot guns were used In tho BalNumoious speeches marked the two for England we could never have tile demolished utterly walls of resessions of the day, the principal one 8Upp0rted It until now. Germany is, inforced cement nnd steel, ripped kans, and army oltkcrs declared aftbeing delivered In the evening by among the nations a "bounder" or open steel towers and piled the mass erward that the guns were as good at the end of tho campaign ns beRepresentative Klchard Uartholdt, of "climber" as the English aptly term upon the fort's defenders. Missouri. one who eagerly elbows his way to siege gun has been the fore It. Only a short time before This new Mr. Bartholdt pointed out that tll0 tront without regard to the surprise of the war. It has been re- the German experts had criticised gun as being too compliwas tho first rights or Interests, of others. With peatedly Frederic): the Great asserted that no nation has the famous to recognize tho cuuse of the Amerlc- - ucr rapidly growing power she lias any military secrets that are not In cated and delicate for use In actual nn revolutionists, and sent one of his asserted her voice more and more possession of nil other Important na- war. The accuracy of flro of these guns best generals, Baron von Steuben, loudly in "Weltpolltlk," and wlth-who- tions, but events have proved not onabilities as an organizer help- - out considering her eager compell- ly that the existence of this terrible Is simply marvelous. Once the angle of George tlon jn tne South American trade as ed make tho victories weapon was not known to foreign Is set the gun continues to belch Washington possible; that Germany Delng otller tuan an nmicable one, nations, but that only a limited num- forth death with unvarying aim. was almost the only country which we cannot properly neglect to note ber of high German army officials French ofllccrs, too, are so expert ln showed a friendly attitude toward jler assertlveness in matters closely themselves had so much as heard their use that they can split n tree this country during the Civil War, touching her own sphere of interest, of It. A, member of the Reichstag, three miles away after a couple of nnd that German bankers were the notably In the Mexican and San whose name is not given, Is quoted shots to get the r&nge. Pearson's. only ones In Europe to aid the Unit- - Domlngan muddles. It Is well un-e- d as follows ln a German paper: Keep Stomach and Liter Health. States financially during the Civil uerstood that Germany covets naval "The fact that the German army A vigorous Stomach, perfect workWar. stations or other territorial outposts possessed such a gun was as much liefer: ing to Japan's entry Into jn the West Injes, and it cannot be of a surprise to the Germans as to ing Liver and regular acting PoeIs the war, the speaker said this did a 5a(j guess tnat sne would follow foreigners, for its construction and Is guaranteed If you il! usu Dr. fl A not portend any good for the Unit- - the same tactlcs to get them as she nature were kept secret, as the sit- King's New Life Pills. They insure 10 "England's summons to dId( for example, In the case of Klao uation demanded, so that even ln the good Digestion, correct Coiiiitiptlon ed States. the black men,. the brown men and chao, or Austria in the case of Bos-th- o empire only a limited number knew and have an excellent tonic efirct 4 on the whole system Purify your yellow men to fight her battles nja or botn f thera ln the present about lt. When the trials were fin blood and rid you of all body poisagainst a white and highly cultured war. The Teutonic policy of ished and all was ready to begin the he said, "will not be the torlai forward movement-ha- s always construction of the new gun, the ons through the Bowels. Only 25c. end ot u. japan win aemana ner been one f sudden seizures, taking problem presented Itself of making at your Druggist. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. pound of flesh, which Is bound to be WOuld be opponents by surprise and this wonderful work of war without Het Argument for Protection. cut out of the skin of one Uncle Sam. then pieadlng fait accompli. attracting any attention. When we sit by and deplore our Even now supremacy In the Pacific Wlth Germany In the ascendant, "More than forty officers partici dependence upon other countries, may. have been promised the yellow it goes wlthout saying that weshould pated In the preliminary discussion ninn in return for his present aid, have to greatly strengthen our naval over the preparation of tho military ,esPlally "Pon Germany, for so 0n dealcr or agent in ( and for the protection by Japan of poWer and to maintain the utmost budget for the consideration of the jmany ot our manufactured goods. vour citv and vicinitv to India, vigilance to prevent some such sur- - budget commission of the Reichstag. we warn 10 consider mat u u were sell Evinrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe "On whom, if not on Germany, prlse against us In the new world, When the subject of 'arms' was not for the Protective Tariff system Motors, which are advertised in all reputable could we rely for aslstance if we wlth tne utnlost certainlty of becom-eve- r reached, the head of this department under which our American indusmagazines of the world. This advertising had a falling out with Japan?" ng ultimately embroiled ourselves renuested that this narr. of the bud- - tries were developed we would be campaign reaches thousands who have use stly more dependent than we are ho asked. "Certainly not on Eug- - hl a war wlth Germany that would get be not debated at that time. At for portable and detachable rowboat no nianuiaciurcra or land." reduce us, as It previously motors, but who would have no use tor launches on the close ot the session he told me now' "u uau "Gcrraan-Anierican- s are very jus- - the other nations, to a secondary confidentially that a now slece cnn any account until our Protective account of lack of time and no summer homes. Wate promptly for particulars as to how representatives are , tifiablj embittered," ho continued, piace. iTariff made It possible to compete . P?fnM H was geui'iut with and protected. Begin operations at "at the animosity which is shown in To tnese considerations Is to be staff, in cuiia:ui'iciiiuii. iuu request- with the older nations. All of our once so as to abutn the lull benefit ot the season. he said, had urgently press. It always added that of similarity of national ed tho that not a word be said about manufacturing has grown up under EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY lias been en invariable rule of the ideai aa between Germany and the the matter in the budget commission. a Protective policy. Without it wp 292 Walker 8treet. MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN Tj German-Americahere to show the aUles. Germany puts forward as her Not even the officers, they declared, would have no large woolen mills today and wo would be bhlverlng utmost loyalty to the United States, great siogan the represgi0n of the knew of what was being done. with the prospect of winter coming and the least they can ask Is that siavic "barbarians"; but the facts of "The request of the general staff the press of this country show fair- - history are not to be forgotten. was observed. Then work on the new-gu- on and no wool for warmth. All of manufacturing supremtoward the country from 0ut even mentioning the century-whlc- h began. A number of them are Germany's they came." 'iong frendllness of Russia for the are ln the arsenals. Six weeks ago, acy has grown up under a scientifIn conclusion, Mr. Bartholdt ven- - united States, unbroken by any DAILY BETWEEN' as member of the commission on ic Protective Tariff. There has nev-a prophecy by saying: friendly act, let us go back again to arms, I was ln a gun factory and er been a better argument for a tv. "A defeat or dismemberment of the sequei of the Napoieonic wars was informed that any number of than thecondltlon which 5UFFALO now presents itself to this country German Empire will mean etern- - when the tho Holy Alliance tubes and projectiles for the guns . iBlBHBBIBBariJHBWK...' i and under which we shall be able al war, because the Teutonic race was formed by Russia, Prussia can be finished ln a very brief time, will never accept sucn a resuu. a and Austria with tho nhlect of un. not to mention the great supply on to get along in spite of war because -z -BBB1BBBBT;VEW"'-".- ' i.rr '- x:;&Z.-za jj victory of tho two Germanic nations, holding absolutism In general and hand. I a3kcd whether these guns we, a natural agricultural country, will signify however, permanent preventing the revolt of the Span-peac- wore themselves out quickly, and have become a manufacturing one. IWTfigSB TAr.Mn.. Both Germany and Austria- - iSh colonies in America ln partlcu-Hungar- y was assured by an expert thnt there South American nations, where manurjlnS4Si u thh crcp--t c:.:? V. S. under cherish peace, and their two iar. u was this very Koly Alliance are not enough forts in the world to facturers sent into the rl r badly off at this time nnd are turn t . Li rulers wish for their people the bless- - iod by. the three European cct.. I.rrjl-- r in n! 'arret 11 ' lirr r auto' wear out a single gun." U. i.iLin4 3ltruf tbcvrurJ. ing to us for help In things that are, ings of fruitful civilization, the cratSt but opposed, be It remem-o- f 3- - "C'y cj S jf U'.a" "C' i tcamc.M """CA: MasmHcrni , Industry aud trade and the high- - bered, both by Great For l.:iiil'ii(). made In factories that wo haie esBritlan and Apply Sloan'-Daily CLEVELAND a.:.l DUFFALO - Uy nttoDcd.t : r.t twp.M, r est development : :. of the arts and France, that led to the establlsh-icienco- s i, n cn ' ui . Your attncl.s of Lumbag' we lot tablished under a Protective Tariff. (, HvlasJ M. A" ' J0.. M. Arr. o tfialu Iloiyoke (Mass.) Transcript. and the condition of such ment 0f our historic Monroe ....Mamhn) ) ( nearly so hopeless as they t,eom You . Itil'n.n.l lUVrl. If.- -' i i. and the healing of tho trJn0i xanles alld circumstances can rollove them nlmoit iiwitiUv by &.iinwiionl riiitnWirMAp.n. t i ' k j .l.liim ui uf lnni'n. rr4,.lni'lMti,.i IrMljliilna.l Hut .loi. ui ' !l t Who Tecls the Warning? l t Ir wouiuIb caused by this horrible war have changed, but national cbarac-I- a bimple application of .Sloiii'M Liniu : Vj'U I f. t ! . ' " Uuftijl,! y tit u k j i . . .1 . t Xot many rtas ago, Presbh-na ueciire and permanent peace, tor ims nol, AVobtem Europe and ment on the back and loi'-s- . LumTUC CLEVELAND . 3UTFAL0 "I .'.A.JSIT CO.. CluvcUml. O. 'TirmM'immmmmm upon an international tho United States still remain the bago Is a form of rhcuM.nI.im, aud Wilson l&suod nn appeal to the Am'""ii" ii pi anchored trt i an providing for dlsarma- - freo countries qt the world, and yields perfectly to Sloth's, which erican people to prexurvo curofully utrrecnioiit inc-n- t and for a high court of na- - oastorn Europe holds the absolute ucneir.tcg quickly all in through tne the strictest neutrality toward the i.r..&.:tt.sxx3?sma?f?,iriV!i-- i ttraey-Com which will adjust all the peo- - countries; the dividing line between sere, tender muscles, lliu'wrt up the varrlwr nations In ISurope. It was a pies' dinerLu:oa and whose decisions tnom is clear, and so is the lntorott back and makes lt feel fine. Got a tnesaauo saturated with distrust o a will bo bas! 1 up by an iuternation- - 0f the United States, fnr ?fi tho people, as If they would do or say battle of Sloan' I,iiiiii-- r ohe. the al pollco .tht xiie effort of one country or race cents of any druggist an-- ' iia.3 it in " Among othor epeakera vm Jerc- - to dominate nil the others mul "" """ the houne agalntt colds, bo-- o and 5"V j--i J. O'Lcary, chairman of tho tlmately come to naught; such has twolleu Joints, rheuiuatisui, neural- -' 9 D,d 'the ADlerlcan eole .merlean Truth Society and of tho over i,een tho history of tho world, Slu. aditlM and like C!!mnM. Your n , t, warning; Aim ougm )i not, ns a mut lecture birnu of the Unltod So- - and nil such empires but one have money" back if not aH. ilert, ii ter oi raci, nuvo iiopu auureMieu iy cktltts. been of brief duration, tho single does glvo almost Instant tiio President to himself? exception bolng due to the enormous Lung Trouble Clued. foe!o4 The answer to thoao questions is Minimi Artillery. concentration of civIlUatlun at a Many retoverleh from Lung The guiib used bythe French ar- Indelibly written in recent history. blngle point. Ultimately such an emf are duo to Dr. IlolPa my are turned out by the hundreds The sovernmont of the United Stntes It i.lrtagthens tho Luiijjs, pire as that of Napoleon expands un- - ut tho famous Creusot works. Tho Is composed of three branches leg" flls to pieces of Its own hlbtory of theso works, as well islative, executive and Judicial. When checks tho Cough and gives relief The best program of any county in the wnlght. but In the meantime such a at one.- - Mr, W. S. Wilklns. Gatci, known as those ot Krupp ln Ger- our neighboring republic of Mexpredominance as that State. Big purses in Speed and Show Rings. N. G. write.' "I u.sed Dr. Hell's Pine- - military many, or Armstrong's iu England, ico was In the throes of a revolution, civlllza-hopolein a case given up as threatened by the Teutonic a romance. did thp legislative branch violate the Every department best in years. The Owensboro at this time, oven for a few reads like aud it effected a complete The flrbt mention ot Greusot, un- laws or neutrality? It did not. Did years, would work serious and Elks, over 300 strong, are working to make this cure." JV bottle of Dr. Dell's Pine- -' der the name of tho"Vllla do Creu- the people themselves do anything II jour cougli Is dry and slub- Irreparable Injury to our occurs as early as 1253. It. to Indicate ,that they favored ono sot." unprecedented. Write for catalog and ifl it trickle down tho terettb. Ccorgo W. Colles lu Sclen- - was then a simple farm. It ,1s now a side or tho other? They did not. American, ' On- - t'H throat, yiu will surely get relief. information. was the President who Insisted town ot SO, 000 inhabitants. lt ly 25c. at our Druggist. In the ulxteonth century coal was that President Huerta should not be Yiiiii- Kail Cold Xoerlv Attention. No use to fusa ami try to wear discovered at Creusot, though lt was recognized; who gave every aid and Tim Wof"theNations. Without entering into the parti- - it out It will wear you out instead, until 200 years later that a com.-pan-y comfort to the revolutionists, siding was formed to mine It. Gradu- - with Carranza and the bandit Villa; sanshlps or rco animosities of Hu- - Take Dr. King's New Dii.ov(ry, ro rope, without taking sides In what lief lollows ciulrklv It our nlly iron works were erected there and who, finally, by his executive is their .iffiir and not ours, cn a Cold and Soothes your C.nih awty. and tho manufacture of guns start-bas- is action, without authority from Congress, ordered tho navy to Vera of our mtiiral sympathies, does; Pleasant, Antiseptic uul HeM'ng. ed. In 183S the works were bought by Cruz and. ' then ordered the attack onstrated that they can be pool and tlon, by It not i.tiH behove us to consider Children like lt. Get u r.iic. bottle! showiug pri'Judlctr his what effect tho result of this great of Dr. Klng'h New Discovery and the brothers Schneider, and it Ih a upon that undefended and unoffend- patient an Impartial. They lmvo against one nation and his .sympathy conflict iwiy have on our own in-- ! keep It In the house. "Our fmlly ulgnllicant fact that tho German ing city', causing tho untimely deaths done and can do nothing which will for another--- as ho dealt with tho tercsts and destinies as a nation? 'Cough aud Cold Doctor" writes Lewis jnamo of Schneider was to become of nineteen American citizens. And involve this Nation In war. If trou- opposing forci-- In' Mexico wilt vlo-lable comes, which Heaven forbid, it For that ii'Kb an effect U will have'Chamborlaln, Manchetter, Oho. Mon- - tho great rival of Krupp. the great for what?" . tho very principles of noutrallty ley back If not satisfied, but it i.carlf German gun makers. From thnt data - Who needs' the wurnlng? Not the will bo .because tho esecutlvVC tho whlcli ho bo elbque'ntly uppeals to th Is undeniable 'down to the present time, the Creu- - Amerlcuu'people, for they have dem- - head of the Democratic udmlulbtru- - American "people to observe. Should tho allies win, the Matus always help. II.S. JAPAN ., t SNfcW .nniuor AUCHLY t IPIMJKAmX irnmift i uartnoiat aays E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartford, Ky. t I Gcrman-Amcrlcan- en d-.- ps re-da- y, LOOK HERE! sc : can have the machine here in time ! I so there will be no delay when the I : time comes to use them. Buy your l I implements from the dealer that has : I practical experience and knows the ; implements seieci. A A Now is the time to get the JOHN DEERE Wagons, Buggies, Cultiva-- : I tors, Mowers, Hay Rakes and Hay : I Presses. Also Hercules Buggies. : Don't forget that we can furnish : t you the best binder on the market. ; t Come and contiact with us, so we terri-nation- ," WILLIAMS & MILLER, V7 A NTET") I ffvJr 1,J.., "...', , Anglo-Americ- w ta ss n Pare igfc 3 22 un-tur- fw, re" " nr"i (leveland " jrj - "- -. e. &&&?''" T-- l" -1 Doc-progr- .!ei!-.u-- r-'- H J "' " "" '"" "8 '"' 0CT0B ER 7, 8, 9. 10 OWENSBORO, KY. v ! ; Pi is uaviess to. all fair y. Tar-Hon- ss tl" Fair - FRANK A. CANNON, Sec'y. chi-ok- . te f WHY BIG BATTLES SUPERINDUCE RAIN These Heavy K Downpours Have More Than Once Helped Make History. It Is one of the extraordinary things of wnrefnre that n big Imttlo invariably produce) torrents of rain. History contains luuuiuernhlo both on lnud nnd sea, and on more tlia.il one occasion an had no small Influeuco upon tho life of nations. We can hardly have a better example titan that recorded In lf.SS, when ICngltiud was threatened by the ureal Spanish Armada. After Its encounter with our own fleet It was, as wo alt know, struck by a heavy Htorni, which completed the work of our own gallant seamen. The soldiers who fought so bravely under tho leadership of Marlborough at Hleuhelm In the year 1704 had to suffer tho misery of uuccesslve downpours after their brilliant victory. Marlborough was anxious to follow up his victory without delay, but his men were, so worn by tho fatigue of tho battle nnd the discomforts caused by heavy rains and the contingencies of warfare that he was unable to push on for several days. On June 10, IS in, the Ilrltlsh defeated tho French at Quatre Uras, worsted and Napoleon the wily Mueller at Liguy, both within distance of Waterloo. Tho heavy rains which followed these engagements made tho clayey soil almost Impossible for cavalry maneuvers at Waterloo (fought on June IS), and so crippled the tactics of Napoleon and greatly assisted those of the Duke of Wellington. The victory would hnve been gained In any case, but experts are of the opinion that tho rain was an ally of some value. During the early weeks of the siege of Sebastopol, In 1S54, the roar of cannon and explosion of bombs was followed, day by day, by heavy downpours of rain, until, as we read, our men stood in the trenches knee-dco- p in mud. A terrible gale broko over the Muck Se.i.and caused great on f'i'wstrr to our transports, a.-the heels of this tompest came n heavy, steudy downfall of rain tint lu ought death to In.ndre.lB of our ,r.liaiit follows. In yet another Instance tuo "heavy cannonading of a slegf brought In tta train a disturbance of the elements This whs just prior to the fall of l'lena, in 1S77, when the moisture of tliu clouds was turnud to snow ns it fell, and. by Increasing the sufferings of the buslcged, helped to make Osmau coma to tho determination to try a last chance for freedom. The explanation of tho rain Is comparatively simple, and has been made use of for tho bcnflt of agriculture in various parts of the world. The atmosphere is laden with moisture, a oeneusslon caused ly loud reports or noises will often burst the clouds, with tho natural result that tho drops of water fall to the oarth. This has been practically tested when farmers have been groaning over the drouth, nnd scientists havo Induced the desired rainfall by causing cannon to bo discharged ,at altltures varying with the locality. When, however, tho discharge Is continuous, as In battle, it is obviously more effective. meas-ureable ( V Is no reason J (IiIiiii'h President Helps Trade With This Nation. why they possess a more Intimate New York, Sept. 27.- - I'rcsldcnt knowledge of conditions In Kuropc than the nverage war correspondent, Yuan Slit Knl, ofClilna, Is lug with the National Asoclatton of und not ns much, perhaps. Tho ancients who sounded tho Manufacturers of tho United Stntes abysmal depths of despair, crime and for the Increasu of trade between terror contrived somo relief. If no that country nnd America, l't was anby tho association, other, the artistic form palliated tho nounced awful content of trngedy. Gerhart which mndo public n letter received Hauptniunn, with nbsoluto Indlffer-enc- o by It from tho President of tho to our morul epidermis, strips Chinese republic, Heprescnlatlves of bare for us In his plnys human na- the association visited China last ture, nnd we revolt, naturally en- July and tho now movement, In which tho head of tho republic Is ough. The truth naked and unadornIs a result of that visit. Details ed Is always unpleasant. Hut llnupt-mnn- n tentative understandings In his plays ami ILuiptmnnn of tho as a war critic nro delTerent. When reached with tho Chinese Govcrn-h- e wrote ''Hannellb" nnd "The Hunk- -' ment, It is stated, will bo placed been Hell" we were captivated by hlslforo tho directors of the nsoclatlon Its meeting next month, unrelenting truthfulness. IIo empha-'a- t "Tho visit which tho represcnta-Ilauntninn- n sled now Germany In literature. Hut ni a war critic Is no bet- - tlvcs of your association made to tor than most of the American war'Chlnn recently has given us mi op correspondents now stationed at va- portunity to cement our mutual friendship and exchange knowledge rious points of vantage in Kurope. When irnuptmnnu sees the hllud-ne- s with each other," said tho letter of nnd misery of man, when ho tho Chlneso President. "It Is certain between the Chisurveys the whole dumb universe, that he can with a master hand depict nese and tho Americans, which Is the human struggle. In thin ho thus facilitated, will unfold n new among his fellow phase to tho economic world, not only stands men, but Hnuptmnnn, Ilka George to the benefit of China and tho Unitllernard Shaw, Arnold Daly, J. M. ed States, but also to tho advanceHarrle, Hall Caine, Iludyard Kipling, ment of the cause of universal Conan Doyle, Thomns Hnrdy and peace." Tho association hns ent n reply others, merely Indulges In flights of patriotic fancy. It Is but natural that to the President, thanking him for these authors should dcslro to ex- his letter. press their verdicts, but they posIt wns announced also that the sess little more vnluo than the ver- President of China has asked the National Association of Manufacturers dict of tho laymen. to nominate a commercial advisor to What Would You Do? the Chinese Government. There are many times when ono man questions another's actions nnd motives. Men act differently under I different circumstances. Tho" quesFor Infanta and Children. tion Is, what would jou do right now If you had a severe cold? Could you Tno Kind You Have Always Bought do better than to take Chamberlain's Bears the Cough Remedy? It is highly recommended by people who havo used It Signatuie of for years and know Its vnliie. Mrs O. E. Sargent, Peru, Ind., sas (icriiuius Hit) one t Shy. "Chamberlain's Cough Itemed)' is London, Sept. 26. This grimly worth Its weight in gold nnd I take pleasure In recommending It." For humorous story of a Hrltlsh bayonet charge In which the Germans were sale by all dealer. stabbed in the back, was related by a wounded soldier Just back' from Hotter Hang on to the Umbrella. War conditions maKo most people Northern France. "They can stand fire, can those forget that there ever was n Tariff question. So long ns war stops nil Germans. We were picking them off Importation of nil kinds of merchan- like winking, and still they came on. dise, Tariffs cut no more figure than "Thon, when they got within shoutdo umbrellas In a time of drought. ing distunco, we received the word to Hut tliut is no argument for or chnrgo. Our officer was n spinster, against tho usefulness of umbrellas but we wero out of tho trench and and Tariifs under normal or show- h oollng after him .nil of lib shoutAgriery condlUons.--Northwostcing. culturist. The Germans saeiuod struck." Thoy The mnn who ne'd. in tlrnqp of just stood aud gapod ns we came great Protection prosperity, that this chasing down, their mouths wide opcountry didn't need Tariff Protection, en, as if they were wondorlng what and the mnn who upw says the same the blares we were up to. tiling liecaiwe of 'conditions brourht "When we were within 20 or P.O on by the war In Europe, are twin yards of them there was an alter- brothers of tho Arkansas squatter cation. They kneit then what we of ormer day3. wumnu, ui.u x..e, juui ur "Why don't you mend that leaky tlieir rifles, turned niiout, nnd set the roof on your cabin?" askod tho trav pace. Some of them, as thoy wont," eler. chucked oft their packs, and a few "When It rains I can't, and when cton tried to pull off their tunics! It don't rain It don't leak. That's "But wo had 'em! I never know I why." j could run before, nor the other chaps There are n lot of people In this and wo pinKc.l tuo blighters in tne country who entertain similar ideas back by tho score. regarding tho Tariff. "When wo got winded wo came hack the same way, aud It was so; thoy were lying on their faces, bay oneted in tho back." written successful books j -- the question Is apparent. I look to the conference of highway officials which will ho held during the Fourth Congress, which American Honil meets In Atlanta, Georgia, on Novcm her 9, to 'devote much attention to road maintenance, and that the accumulative moral effect of their findings will go far towards bringing legislatures and county boards to a realization of tho nccbslty for prompt nnd efficient action. The roads should be classified nnd suitnble maintenance, In organization nnd money, provided according to tho Importance of the representative classes of roads." Ono of tho questions which tho Congress will discuss is that relating to the revision of road laws. A com plete compilation of the road laws of all the states will be available for tho session devoted to legislation nnd It Is expected that In outlining bitpos for revision, maintenance will bo given, particular attention. J FREE TO EVERY ECENTUCKIAN preiant From tho foundation of Ihe Stals to time The onl complcto collection in exlttenca , f rom V.'af ! ricturcsnf rll PrrJdeatt of tlic United State colur.. l lie very Intton lo Wilson. I laftt of tilt Nations In;n .ralVroacle.lon-crrsslon- al apsllOln;:CollnUM,tc latest Kentucky HcitucLy C en u. I'Uilnnd ilMrlcts. etc. complctemapoftheUiiltpl Uates. lullanlccm letemcpoftliC world. IntholIistoncjlKcntiicLy 4.rtcli li,lcii the iolltlcal slatlillcsfrom the foirolalrat of the Mate to tl.cprc ent time. At .UKwcutUc Department. Departments of tliefctiteGocrnmcntltli tiiclieatUoIcacli Dcpartmc.1t nn 1 tlio for e v, 1th tl.clr saHrleJ. 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The Democratic candidates for Congress, who hnve been consoling themselves with the thought that the stoppage of Kuropcan imports, duo to the war, has had the same effect as a Tariff wall of prohibitive height, and therefore has blanketed the Tariff issue for the purposes of the Congressional campaign, nro simply reckoning without the traveling salesman. Tho traveling salesman will take pains to explain the situation to the dealers in all the cities, towns and villages. Take the hosiery salesman, for instance. He will explain that the war has, In fact, cut off German Importations. In a way It has been as though an exorbitant Tariff had been levied. No German hosiery is coming in. Thus, the American manufacturers might be said to have the market to themselves. Exigencies of tho war, however, cannot possibly produce the same beneficial results as a Protective Tariff. The salesman willexplnln that there are drawbacks to the war business. There aro buyers, for example, who are under restraint for financial reasons incident to prqsent conditions. Tho salesman cannot sell his American hosiery if the customers have no money to buy. The evil of regarding the Tariff as a local issue is to be found rlghthere. It Is of little benefit to any industry to be well protected by the Tariff if s. tho rest of the country is not A well adjusted Tariff benefits business generally. There is no accident in the, proces. The nation itself is protected from clreap labor products from abroad and can pursue its way, with prosperity and high pros-prou- cl;-lc- j IbTWbI' 1 t. BbII ' OUR SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFER: Daily Erentnc Past, one year Kentucky CoTarnor'a Wall Chart $3.00 $1.50 $1.01 $3.50 l Hartford Republican, 1 yr ALL THREE FOR - - IKInKt I!eeV enr JB aenS &i A- - s 5 f3 J ELKTON, KY. e, -- Vanderbilt Training School for Boys, Will help parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. 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From London, conies tho 'hews thaC GO ,of tho best known Ilrltlsh authors have .signed a declaration In which they bay that vtltcyaro all agrcqd:vtiat Great Britain could not wlthbiit'jllshonor Uavo reftigedfta take part" In tho present war. rVom Paris Anntola Franco has poetically expressed llluisclf,lus boljig of tho H.aiud qptnlon, and now HnunJ- :'oon)t?$1Ytho 'defnso of tho Children Cry FLETCHER'S C AS TT O R A FOR I After my first felt very miserable nnd " Y." ' could not stand on my feet My sister-in-la- w wished me to l'ink-lmm- Why Xot l'ubllsli It. When you want a fact to become generally known, tho right way is to publish It. Mrs. Joseph Kalians, Peru, Ind., was troubled with belching, sour stomach aud frequent headaches. Sho writes, "I feel It my duty to tell others what Chamberlain's Tablets have done for mo. They havo hrjlped my digestion nnd regulated my bowels. Slnco using them I have been entirely well." For salo by Jail dealers. "The Standard Fiction, Magazine Now watch the Democratic party, of America" Feel right all tho time. Don't lay off aw.tko at last to tho necessity for from work for days by taking calomel x a merchant marine, try to get up a keep3 you when pleasant L!v- NOW JN ITS 4Cth YEAR on your feet, while relieving jour troublaw that will offer subsidies for tho too, and easy to take. Don't making of one without calling them 25 Cents a Copy $3.00 a Year le. Safer tako anything else. You can't afford Ver-La- Moreover, tho vaunted protection which certain Indutsries are said to bo receiving, from tho cessation of Imports, takes no account ot the needs of tho Treasury. Under a Pro- tective Tap,ff amp,0 revenuels obtain ert for the Government, while indus- try and wage3 ar oprotected trom the lower standards of wages that prevail abroad. Tho war is apt to bring tho Tariff problem homo to the people in a new light. They havo had their experience with n Tariff for revenue only for the first time in ninny years, and the younger generation of biiblness men know more about the subject now than they did before tho new TnriiT law ent into effect. Washington Post. MSTHENEY & BSTTS For catalogue s'nd information. rT" If 1 Box A. ..,.. .gj 2l3SSESlffl!S!ilSSEieiS3l3SESSfflllgI!lSl!3SS you aro not familiar with Lippln-cott- 's you aro doing yourself and the publishers an injustice. , UPPmeOTT'S For Lazy Liver and ihe Troubles o Constipation. ent Uuropcuii Fatherland. Thcso expressions, of literary opinions provo nothing but tho patriotism of tho authors, and their patriotism .lms nqyer pneo been questioned. It is Hie' most .'natural filing in tho worhi'for "avtiiors to stanc in and my nerves became firm, appetite c0(ki step elastic, nnd 1 lost that weak, tirod feeling. That was six years ago nnd I have had three fine healthy children since. For female troubles 1 always take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and it works like a charm. I do nil my own work. ' Mra. A. P. KrtEAMWt, 1674 Electric Avenue, Lackawanna, N. Y. The success of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, is unparalleled. It may be used with perfect confidence by women who suffer from displacements, Compound rhctorlcalj land is at Rtuo. K' suggests Tho flucilioir'naltirally Usclf wjju't m'oVo'.'do theso i)utliors ltn'ow of'ilio'rlgiits arid wrongs of such an international conflict .thnn .the rank und fllo of cltljions ablo to X roall and tliiiik for theimjLdvos? They may Jjq;, better qualified to exproS themsolves, but because thoy have dofciifab their hatlvo wii'en tlio ndtlona"! oxlstenco of American Road Coiitjrcss. "Overstopplng all other road problems in Its importance is that of maintenance," bays Logan Waller Pago, Director of tho U. S. Olllco ot Public Roads and President of tho American Highway Association. "Thp destructive agencies of trafllc and thp elements are unceasing In their activities and it ia Idle to talk of permanent roads any ruoro than to speak of a houso, n fonce, or a railroad tlo as permanent," says Mr. Pago. "The public roads today, by roason of (ho s, exceptionally destructive trafllc nro moro costly in coiibtruc-tto- n nnd tills Is continually increasing with tho udvauce in .the prices of labor and material. It is criminally periodic pains, backache, bearing-dow- n fe'eling.fiatulency.indieestion.dizziness, wasteful, f thcrofore, to Invest largo sums of public money in building tho B otnervous prostration. Lydia E. highways demaude by traffic, unless Vogctoblo Compound ia the for female ills. tho Investment is conserved by adeWomen vyho surter from thcso dis- quate maintenance. Without such tressing ilb peculiar to tlvir ee 3I1011IJ adequate maintenance a road costing be convinced of tho hblllty oflyiia T . anywhere- from C.OOO'to $15,000 per Pinkham's Vegetable Gompcanv' tj remllo may go to ruin in a yupr r two store their health by the mauy &a. thus involving a permuuet,. loss ot tert'monbjiljj.wa au c and truthful "' nublishincr in the L.Vku".,i ..' ' coilaldorublo inaKnUiido. "Wlioh it is. consbWed tlm't tho li' yon un'nt Biicei. 1 advkvv " "A , 'dI.K,Plnlshiita?od!(1!re'. i. ,Vi aijgroButo' asnon'dlUiro on"iWds' in (Utitial) lyfili, TJIU.-J- . Yt-- ir .i". " "siMes ,'il 'well over V, rend and nnwe. pJi Jv' 7 jvomjci tud held la, strict ioa!U!eu;c. ,O00;000 annually, "tlitf serlousntJ3injf try Lydia E. 's Vogetablo wMt0A' '- - con-ijlton- Pink-linm'- "subsidies." In timo of stress, it is always safe for tho Democracy to (Tho first magazine to originate the fall back upon Republican doctrines, Idea of publishing a complete if it can only find a way to call them ..novel in each number.) by another name. A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION Dally Until December Iht. Although tho heavy tourist travel BRINGS YOU on tho Great Lakes Is now on the 12 Great Complcto Novels. 75 Short will continue to enjoy tho lake pasr.o Stories. ' CO Timely Articles. senger steamer servlco until tho very Striking Poems. 200 Pages of Hu- clnso of the Bcasou of navigation. it' nior, Following their usual outsort, tho C. & 11. Lino will oporato thiilr steamLlpplncott's Is enjoying a big reers dally between Clevoland and Thousands of day of Decem- vival ot popularity. lluffalo until the first ber, leaving eltlier city at eight now readers havo bwn added to its tho past o'clock every evening and reaching subscription llbt during destination the following morulug few months, and Us circulation is Increasing rapidly. at 0:30. (Central Timo.) During this caon of the year theso largo steamers aro heated by steam throughout,' and tho night's Journey HOW TO REDUCE THE is nuulo as comfortable as If tho travCOST OF GOOD READING eler were sojourning ut a luxurious y for .Send holol. e It Is for this reason that a largo Book of Big volume of tarvel is attracted to C. Lippincott's "Little & 11. Lino Steamers until tho last Bargains" trip, December 1st. New Edition Just Published for the Season 1913-19b'ale. To-da- it Eliminates noisons. cleanse3 sys- tern and relieves constipation. 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LIPPINCQTT COMPANY 120 acres, all In cultivation, exgopt' '''irilliccnd WASJUNQTPN Slj.ir Um 1'JIILA.UULl'lll A 0 acreSj uouu unqjnm;, uaru )i 9) in good, ropalr. aud nil To Prevent Hlood Polsoiinq; thcoll-helt- : lfiou mkblaHlpinlrViAalurte for Ppr 'JtPlj nl'Oftff IM WMKlcifuloJJtbellable DR Vkl vaUrod undtln our lot c t futalviruo lit iwwyiui iuribe. 'terms arid'1artieuhura apply at this . drAalne tlJaVrt1!cc oiiintdts at Tte Hss. Kcms Snws Htclrns &'SON,-AsoU3.- ., DAltNUiy otfittr tajiobms.vy(t ajluisicut. IJc.IW. '..' Good it- l.-- ia .c V kt M wr TP : V ." Hertford Republican. fttml ciwm, nrtford. XT.. " ncwrdtuR to lw nt tk roMotHc mull mutter ot the mond vc the C. J. belabored us. Now, LOUISVILLE CONFERENCE for the life of us help onjoyliiK can't the situation. Just to ourselves, you know. CM.BARNETT, Editor &Propr.etor pogc(, upon Mm 1)y n), ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor wor,(Mv,lo wnr ln wll,ch ho fortu. part he untely lias no fighting A J dress all communications toyp.,,, ratMer, be prepared to reap ffbe Hartford Republican. threat bundle tulvftnlaKOs roin l)ls 'splendid neutrality, were It not that --ichteeh months of Democratic n NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS i ,. . .... , .. . .. BDbMrilr clcirln(t th ji(r hui tii a new nancing nave so nnuipereii nun tfar oddrwn matt plte the ulil aiIiIitm In mitklnr his domestic economic situation frqowt. severely loo t'prllnt- - nml 5e that he must tax himself BmIocm LochIk nml Xotlffn simply to retain his business hide per llif lor ench iiilriltliiniil OMtanrlo, ltffoliUlonK nn.l Card ulTlinki..V pendence, when he might otherwise .. . . . ... nor Hn.. nuitiiT In nrivntit . .... proms . irom nuroau, no- -' (or erlcifrw, .lint other gainer largo Charrb Nutlet cause his was the only nation thai church Bdrtlf m4ti. l"r IIiip. ADoniooue ranimunlciuloiiK Mil recmc no actually was secure in an unsiiaKahle atuctlon. business Independence already gain etl. George Washington's advice to ap123 prepare for war In time of peacemiliplies to business as well as to CO Farmers' tary defense. And George Washington was the leader of the founders FRIDAY, OCTOHKH 2. of what became the great Republican I ' I - t'nele Sam will not now be worry- ilng nbout the unusual burdens 1m- - ,,,, nine states, were Inspected during the scholastic year. Our grandfathers will tell of the TO MEET AT HARTFORD days when they walked miles to the log cabin school, where the school master and his long keen switch and Interesting Session Just Closed M'10 bluelinck speller were Indelibly. (mnress0(1 upo th0 Let lis Help You On with your new Suit and, Overcoat. We will show you so many good things-thayou'll want several if you let self go. yourt At Louisville Some Appointments. The Louisville Conference of the M. K. Church, South, closed a very .... party. "What has become of Harry Thaw? Gen. Villa ats half a dozen peace doves for breakfast every morning. The Allies had better pay attention to the "wings" of those German aubmariires. The "German army has "had Us wings turned back enough. Now let's see If It can fly. If Uncle Sam is to play policeman for Mexico, he should at least draw a policeman's salary. Who can blame ""Marse Henry," anyway. This prohibition wave is .getting too close "home. Col. Roosevelt 'has promised Last winter, Secretary Redfleld, the artful sldestepper of the Cabinet, when called upon for a reason why there should be so many men out of mployment, said It was due to the climate conditions and not to business depression. Well, the frosts of winter have changed to the heat of summr and fall Is now here. Men are still idle. .Now, Mr. Redfleld says the American people are very much interested in the subject Of Apparently he would recommend forty-eighours of sleep between days of work and long walks between jobs, and those on empty "' stomachs. This Is a terrible thing and must be avoided at "over-fatigue." ht "over-fatigue- all hazards. Later on, President Wilson admit'Kentucky Progressives a speech at ted the business depression and atLouisville during :the campaign. tributed it to "psychology." Then Mr. Gov. McCnoary, Senator James and Redfield referred to it as a "world Gov. Beckham ojioned the Democrat- wide depression." What a short time it took for Mr. Redfleld. when the ic campaign At Somerset Monday. President spoke, to exp&ati a depression that did not exist into one that We abouid nt. let 'Col. Harry boom for 'Governor get lost was world-widduring our ahsorbtlon In the great It may be there was some depresthe Som-mer- s' e. war. kf h membering If theE5tyJeanTriatIonsall send of 1S12 will the excellent litconditions Chief Executive of wonder why was nec- Rayburn. to San Francisco next year. essary to exhibits throw down the bars to forOwensboro, Breckenrldge-stree- t It will take aA our standing army to eign nations Mexico. and let in so much more R. H. HIggins, supply. insure peace at the Exposition. IhaJi our hare of that depression. Owensboro Circuit C. F. Beware of tlie candidate who "Sua Sold Cheap to the Consumer. - .Is igoing El Paso, Sept. 28. The beclnnlncboasts that to be elected Owensboro, Settle Memorial J. R. A card appears in the window of by the liquor wote and practically all each store of actual. hostilities between the di'' operated by the United Savage. vided Constitutionalist armv (be rotes Ixam .one religious MtinnVntA Third-streCigar Stores, reading: M. L. ed tonight General Carranza's ant "Every unemployed worker can go Dyer. palgn at the unnual swer to Villa, who has demanded NINE COUNTIES (Twfns1mri Woodlawn E. S. According "ao'Watterson-th- e meeting of the Woman's CjirUtiaiv illit- to work if you buy "Made In Amerithat he resign in favor of Fernan Moore. ca" fgoods. eracy commksion lmust look after Temperance GO DRY MONDAY Winchester union which begins ln Rochester Circuit A. L. Schanzer do Iblesias Calderon as first chief. This is true. all the prohibitionists in Kentucky. Thursday. The moe-meSo far as could be learned hpro But it didn't need the war in Eu bacher. This will entitle .the commission to a follows the local elechowever, there has been established Rome Circuit G. Y. Wilson. larger appropriation at the hands rope to make it so. tion of Monday. In whlo,tioa .u nlno ot Sacramenta Circuit D. S. Camp no actual armistice and both Car- Fayette, It wa8 true at the very .time the ot the next legislature. Henderson And Ander- twelve counties voted' dry Th ranza's and Villa's forces continued party now ln power was enacting a bell. workers at that camp'lt ww As a substitute-forthe"tax lariu low confessedly intended to South Carrollton and Island H. preparations and movements towards son Vote To Retain stated, have been listc- j in the each other. measure, we move .to strike out the make it easier to buy goods made by L. Shelton. movement. proposed gift of $.25,000,000 to Col- - peasants in .Europe or Stepheusport Mission H. C. HoffSaloons. coolie In the Washington, Sept. 28. Formal umcia ana to postpone indefinitely Orient, or agricultural commodities man. a announcement from Vila that hi the building of the ?40, 000,000 rail- raised by peons ln South America. won't be a candidate for president on the ice In Alaska. road A TEXAS tt'OXDKR. If buying made in America goods Nine out of the twelve counties In or vice president of Mexico was remeans putting the unemployed to The Texas Wonder cures kidney an Next apart elections worn Pceived at the state department today which prohibition oppie by President Wilson to pray for work, then buying goods abroad bladder troubles, dissolves crenel. through held Monday went "dry" by decisive the consular agent, peace. He issued his proclamation means putting employed Americans cures dltbetes, weak tnd lame backs, votes, while three went "wet." at Chihauhua City. rheumatism, and all Irregularities ol W,,,,lfc almost a month ago. Since then out of Jobs, doesn't it? The biggest votes given the V to 8ce Her iins aispaicn That' a pretty plain proposition. the kidneys and bladder in both men reach Washington was the first to was in Fayette county, where "wets" if all reports are true about half a a ma from the Interior and women. Kegulates bladder trou million men have been killed jority of :!,2C4 was rolled tin in th.. or That's exaetly what It has done this bles In year. children .If not sold by your of Mexico since Villa's revolt against city of Lexington wounded. NEW. MILLINERY nml Fayette counWhy shouldn't the law forbid any druggist, will send by mall on re Carranza's authority as first chief of ty. the Constitutionalists and creatlv Hon. J. Sherman Bu11,RepLbllcan man who enjoys the blessings and ceipt of J1.00. Ono small bottlo Is strengthened the hopes The other two counties to go Co nominee for Congress ln this dis- benefits of our civilization of the of- HJirWhK the Infect In from buy- two months' treatment, and seldom flclals here for a peaceful "wet" were. Anderson and Hender Her adjustment trict will speak at a number of points ing abroad goods that are made falls to perfect a cure. Send for tes .dKwir anl Tilnunint;-.- . Hut ot the i.lcultles between ihe two son. In Ohio county next week. Seo list cheaply by cheapening tr' .milled to the man who timonials from this und other states. leaders. According to reports from tin. vn. order lii th latent of appointments in this paper. Mr. makes them? Dr. E. W. Hall, 2U2C OUe Street, St. The department tonight is without rlous counties interested, the elec l,leH h( (ho iilOst rcifonaWii f Ball is an able speaker, and It will be Especially when it means cheap Gone To Rest. further information trom Mexico tion was tho quietest In many years. worth your time to hear him. He is ness only to the Importer, pt'iit'M, PJeu.e nite u ontfj not to Tho closest fight in any of tho On Monday, September. 21, Jameb City, but It 'was generally bollovp.i making an active canvass of the dis the lleU dour to Ohio Coilnly J consumer? counties was in Anderson where the A. Davis, son of John YV. Davis, wns that If Carranza resigns Thursday. trict but owing to the short time and If a man wants to use coolie Dl'llfc Coi extent of territory to cover, will not peon made, peasant made goods,made, taken from his earthly home to the as lias ben declared he will, din "wets" won by the slender maloriiv why Heavenly home. He was 47 years old convention aclled by of C4 votes. be able to visit every section. His shouldn't he be wllljng him for that .? to go and and leaves a wife and four children, date will name as A majority of tho towns vn his successor, Ferprospects for election are exceedingly live among peasants, coolies and one noy ana three girls, to mourn nando Iblesias "wet," but their maiorltlns od Caldron. good. peons? What right has he to demand ,'not sufficient to overcome that o their loss, besides the many friends Tbe newdcatlf dealing shell which the privileges of American citizen- and other relatives. He had been In rural vote. the Dies With Horses. Food Is being used by the French, invented ship, and then seek to degrade the bad health for years Ideal Following are the figures The postmaster at Perry, Oklahoand was taken by M. Turpln. Is said to be one tollers of this country to the level with pneumonia, llvlnc onlv y ennh- tics: a shnn ma, vouches for the truth of the folof those of other lands, or else ask tinle. Vl tbe surprifccs intended for the Ge County Wet Jut a few hours before he died lowing acount of a scene which was w mans wnen they stormed Wry 6 Paris. mem 10 starve to death because the he called his two brothers to the enacted near that place last sum- Carroll . ... , foreigner, can undersell them? 18 Wonderful stories are told about thrs Montgomery. V.iVs bedside and said, I have to die so pre mer. l xiuiiuiiiE up tne American market pare to meet me In Heaven, as ,17 afiw instrument of death. It is U&4 After having killed and burled his Henderson ,, the , twid to kill from all sides though no Is .done! br assisting the American ;,u two faithful work horses, his sole MflBon CT, last words. wounds are made and its deadly workmen under American conditions Fayette an Don't grieve, dear family, you can companions, in order that they mlcht Let the patriotic man do this.' now only prepare to fumes penetrate the trenches $ 64 and meet him in that not be' taken from him under fore- Bell And let the unpatriotic man be land beyond leave men by the hundreds standing Vj3 6 closure of mortgage, Gottlieb Wlg- - Boone . . , the gloom. m rigid In the positions in which they compelled to do it whether he wants '6'9& Clark' ... j,k iammml'i vawAtfa ger, a farmer, shot and killed f' were overtaken. Death Is painless to do it or not, by imposing a Tariff Shelby . . '2,116 ' Health In Rural Schools." ' ,. si, 9 41 '2.'524 , and therefore more humane. Any- - equal to the cost of Droductlon at The United States Public Health Wlgger, after shooting the horses Anderson i.Wb ,iaing which will shorten this great home and abroad, provided' that the Service is, calling attention, throueh and burylne thnm in iuihi . Bourbon , ahns. , 1,263 2,'3l'l article Is one that can be procured its publication, to the need of prop- - turneafto the stable, .. s l',906 conflict Is humane. Scott which had been in the United States with .11 .'cVb '2,"032 Dry nr muu sanitary 8iuperision j. hlsUome aa well as that of tho horsWatterson's editorial' Prohlbl-- . able degree of economy. a reason- ci Why. ot rural schools. It is pointed out ln es, and wrote-Wet Vhen properly raled and cured and letter telllnr nf iii tlon baB brought down upon . hia This Is protection. This is Amerl. the Public Health Report that In cdntemplated ft .ttn&ijonty. free "frost ''tDUil and other foul suicide. He asked that keud more wrath than any other canlsm. This is Republicanism. spite of the fact that tbe necessary he be burled by the aide of . deed, or misdeed, in all bis editorial J or that, as Protectionists, as Am. requirements for school hygiene are ei. He' then returned in th his hora- - .Ac, , ,. 'Ndtlde. no...... the ' career. The trouble has- - always erjeans, aa Republicans, h im'eethig 'of the, dtrectow ot bAW OWVMOfMm NtTIHTIVK known, rural communities have been and died on we stand. ' " tbe freshly made grave Tel frMfl with the Colonel that ho la not ;tfio Witery' VaYnfera "mUuI, And In, this ,we stand with thn alow to take advantage ot this knowl- on tbe animals.' , POP;'" wiiltog to allow the other fellow anr fathera,of the ReDUblle. drie 'CdmTiJany and represcnta-- f tl' with Waah. edge, because of the element of k. Wigger, who waa a widower about bmhj j nu latitude la which to disagree with Ington, Udiion, rrieet ln'lUVf. mwm. av.i 8'ofa'll dhrisidna to pense and the want of Hamilton, ..d rivto tb SfShiray'Ocf ober 6, 'faxfe rp. '.', urniih im wlthoBt becoming a fool or lg Jefferson, and Jackson, with Adame, tary advisers. The lack trained sani IB rear old, said, in hia letter: "OftHenry hnrV. slick coafanaifUky" dlspoof sanitary en (0jraou8. It has always been so iay ana uaniei Webster, with Abra. Oervision In the connlriitlnn unit withwhen. I waa overcome with rrif. beontffter long distance connection, Kltlnn W !, hanil UMB gOOd nobody here to console me, tier .4jftt Mm n politics. To be a rte- - ham Lincoln anl , IT fi f!.-- . fctfunWnr ttdHN 'fi. ''SJHJLTZ. w, w. UfflUL, W.HH maintenance of rural school build- - old friends i... . u- quote y?W Pr'ce8 clean o'ata. Le( would act aa If t (4' 'tA.1Si. PATfi, 8ec'y. ' ,,WMioan wt. to belong to tbe "nig. fiy?.,uarneid,.3Uine, Harrtoon and tags and of medical supervision of knew all 'about my' dtatrae and flu your oraers. . ' ) rs,Bd poor white trash. oartT. McKlnley, with every real construc- the pupils waa Ml ,vi revealed' during tbe doubtless they bad some mm "ll.lt ttttfta Wife 'fraipaltfte To BacU. , .MM.of our friends. wboare now tive tatesman M. whose public aeryiee recent investigation, carried out tar It would break "Bdptr ''J9. It waa heart itsmt , 41 brd by Maree Henry, were wDt..bae 417 contributed to tb upbulldlar of the oftcers ot the Public Health Ser. cote Into otherkit hands. Out HevMea Italtat that definite plana v w I uh, viu mmu VI IUIB nepUDMC, vice, during .which 869 acbooli, 1b Anltaah). Tha Preduaa Marohant for' tbe inauguration jtWilb 'a i Lnf la iaiUfa 'WlVtA r'VM.V.k.VU ' VAIU HAHTFORD, r KBNTUCKYI nrnilkllnn w. WOT.V nWW --U sion, but millions of Americans re- successful session at Louisville Monday. The reports were above the av aml U,8,0') K,,B ,nn,,c ninn' elnniient and nowerful talks. Imirh- I lnK evor' P,,nw mA M 8ll,cs (,f lhc christian llfo. Ills sermon nt lhc Temple Sunday was said to liave boon ono of the grandest efforts of liln life. By unanimous vote the confernce decided to hold its next session at Hart ford. This Is a great honor for any town. It was held here 27 years ago, and while the conference tucbershlp has doubtless grown faster than the town, thcro Is no doubt but what wo can and will entertain It In a highly creditable manner. In this Hartford Methodist will have the assistance of Beaver Dam and probably other near towns as well as the good people of all other denominations Following are the assignments for the Owensboro district. J. T. Rushing, presiding elder. Beaver Dam L. M. Russell. Calhoun Circuit L. K. May. Centertown Circuit W. G. Montgomery. Central City Station B. M. Curry. Cloverport Station W. C. Frank. Drakesboro Mission Paul S. Powell. Dundee Circuit J. P. Van Hoy. Fordsvllle Mission J. T. Demon-bruesupply. Greenville Station J. R. McAfee. Greenville Circuit F. T. Howard. Hartford Circuit B. E. Napier. Hawesvillc Circuit M. H. Alex ander. Lewlsburg Circuit B. C. Wilson. Lewisport Circuit J. L. Murrell, pastor; W.E.SavllIe, Junior preacher. Llvermore Circuit R. L. Tally. Maceo CiTcuit W. S. Buckner. Xorth HaTtford Mission J. B. I " I n, thfnI They will tell of the health of the boys and girls of that dlstnnt day There were no snultary Inspections Jim. There were no visiting physl-eslto examine the physical conditions of the various pupils. All of this is true. At that time the Jog cabin with Its ample opportunity to admit fresh air, the healthy walk In tho open, the splendid wor. Ciso enjoyed by the scholars and the i simple food that they hail nt home, tho nttondnnco of the liUysl- . inn do olitu rarely necessary. It was a healthy age then. Today' we live In an adulterated atmos- -' phere. In an artificial age. We enjoy rich foods nml steam heat. Tho opportunities for good health to have Its way are limited. This Is why so much care must j be exercised If he boys and girls arr to grow up to be healthy men and I women. In Shelby County the children aro wonderfully blessed. The school sys- tern ts an admirable one. A much care is given to the development of youthful bodies ns is given to the development of youthful Intellects. In n number of rural communities, according to th Public Henlth Ser-- 1 vice Commission, It was found that the school attendance was small, al- -' though the child population' of these ' districts wns relatively large. It is loved that due attention to the proper construction, equipment and maintenance of school buildings and the proper adjustment of he curriculum o he capacities of the child will largely prevent uch absence from school and will reduce Juvenile de linquency. ns , I i 1 want the kind that will stand up under the strain, keep their shape and wear well; if you want full value for every dollar you put in a Suit or Overcoat, this store can fully meet your views. If you want a $ 0 Suit or Overcoat we can (it you, if you want a $ 5 Suit or Overcoat we can show you quite a variety that are If you 1 1 to right up to the minute in style, fit and workmanship, HART SCHAFFNER & MARX SUITS and Overcoats at $18, $20, $22.50 and $25 are the embodiment of everything that it takes to make good clothes. ITS GOOD BYE FOR CARRANZA Villa Demands That He Resign as -- This store is the store for complete outfits for old men, middle aged men. and young men. E. I BARNES & J- - Beaver Dam, Kentucky. thlrty-fourth UK nu-alr- . I nt war - - gtftM-wl- de set Sunday-istli-day-- Car-rothe- I Miss t Nail I l ! j 4- - j r 1 An Horse ! .,...,',. jk hlm-ael- 'ss ( .... mt-uit- a "Mjffimj,i Xir4 1- W -i ' I t lw --- mr I, OT j an-4- ta W. Ei ELLIS i c. mmmmmmammmmam , Dr. C. M. Heavrln and son. Mar- Ion, Oweusboro, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. He.ivrln several days TEACHERS MEETING AT HARTFORD COURTHOUSE MEN'S FALL WEAR The Men as weil as (he Ladies are carejul about their N new Fallwear. And why should they V w nui uc.r 11 5 ineir duty to fix 1 where will thev Set ', the "fixens?" We M&H4 want to solve that problem for you. Come direct to us. We can up---but last week. j 'fxf I . fiv vnn frnm hpari in inpc in flip very latest. Our stock is brim full of late fall Hats, Caps, Shirts, Ties, Suits, Overcoats, Collars,Un-derwea- r, Sox, Pants, and all other things that are essential to the men who desire style and comfort. When in need, Jhink of us, and remember THAT IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Attorney ErnetA Woodward has . been appointed special Attorney for ' tlio L. H. & St, L. Railroad In IJreck-Icnrld- Next Week, When Various Educaand Meade counties and is In Brandenburg to represent that tional Matters Will Be 'company In a suit In the Meade Cir- Discussed. cult Court. Ho Is accompanied by (Mrs. Nellie W. Petty who will report the case. Program for n teachers' meeting V The Ladies of the Maccabees had to be held at court house in Hnrt-for- il on Friday and Saturday, Octoa social meeting last Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ramcy E. ber 9 and 10, 1914, 9 o'clock o. m. Duke An Interesting program was All teachers nro expected to take carried out. Mrs. II. Williams and part In the discussions. The following are the subjects Mrs. A. Petty were the winners In the contests. Cake and cream were nnd those who will discuss same: "By what should one bo governed fcerved by the hostess. In arranging u course of study?" All our people, regardless of W. Odell, Andrew Drlskell. church allilfatlon, arc delighted that John "Would jou teach politics? Why?" the Louisville f'onferenco returned Otis Carson, II. C. Crowder. Rev. II. W. Napier to the Hartford "The Spelling Bee, Its importcircuit for another year. Rov. Napier ance" Mrs. I. S. Mason, Miss Maude Js a faithful worker and an able min Stewart, Miss Mary Marks. eerVlces hero are appreciatister. Ills "Moonlight Schools" Lyman Bared by people both in and out of the rett, Morris Gentry. church. We trust he will enjoy an"Thef Heritago and the Hope of other prosperous year and that his Kentucky" II. C. Weir. paths will be pleasant. "The relation of good roads to Section 1 of the ladies of the good schools" Judge John B. Wil Methodist Church will give a "So- son, E. G. Austin, J. C. Hill. cial Tea" next Saturday evening, Oc "How to reach the lazy child" tober 3, at the home of Mrs. C. M. C. K. Carson, V. M. Crowder, ForBurnett. Hours 7 to 11. Mr. and rest Bell. Mrs. II. P. Taylor have kindly con"Would you teach current events? sented to favor the guests with a If so, how?" Prof. Henry Leach, rare Vlctrola progranwof the world's E. F. Lllcs, Ellis Sanderfur, Miss most famous singers, such as Patti, Abbye Whlttlnghlll. l. Gluck, Schuman-HclnFarrar, "Are the schools of Kentucky Caruso, etc. Reading by Miss training citizens for life and Its duLeila Glenn. Chocolate and cake, tea, ties or to teach school?" Ethel sandwiches and candy will be on Raines, Mrs. Lula Hamilton, Mrs. sale. Eva Hamilton. "Which is of greather value to a The Ohio County Fair, under the management of Dr. L. B. Bean, was young lady, High School work or Mrs. Ellis Sana success considering the short time Domestic Science?" for its preparation. Owing to rain derfur, Mrs. Alice Boskett, Misses early In the week the attendance was Lucile Taylor, Leila Glenn. The following teachers will bc'al-lowe- d not up to expectations, but on the ten minutes each upon a sublast day the crowd was very large. It is to be hoped that some arrange- ject of their own selection: Fred T. ment will be made for another year Shults, Dudley 8. Tanner, John W. In time to insure an old time fair. Kirk, H. E. Brown. E. S. HOWARD, We have the prettiest grounds to be tjtr J. W. KIRK, foiind in the Stateand the people OZNA SHULTS, will tome, If they "know a sure Program Committee. enough fair Is going to be held. ge , k, Tet-traln- No Doubt About It Wc have a shoe stock that, will certain- ly please your eye, and it.'s till good, new stuff, too. iNo old, hand, worn, out-of-date S7 X "GlJ A 2pJlA, -- !rASUmd I I - VVUAjrnSi bIioch, ered. We have Shoes for the whole family, also a large stock of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings of all kinds. (Jive us a share of your trade. We'll certainly treat you right. but the very best and latest, at the lowest prices, quality consid- "Hub" Clothing Co I HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. 55ftSflaVS$SScS FORD'S PRICES REDUCED Saturday, Atig. 1. Roadster Touring Car .F. $440.00 $490.00 at t O. B. DETROIT. jrfr New Car Load in Stock . ' "' (INCORPORATED.) Hon. J. Sherman Ball, Republican for Congress In this district, nominee Villa Attacks SaltlUo, KY. will address the people at the follow-lowln- g El Paso, Sept. 30. Villa's troops and places: times have attacked SaltlUo, despite peace Fordsville, Monday, Oct. 5, 7:30 conference arrangements with Car-ranp. m. DwrYtt- - In LJeht BulldlBK Materials. Caa save you money on representatives, according to Centertown, Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2:00 Orient, riMterlBK, Roofing and la fact, everything which roch agents here today. It was said Villa p, m. SKK HIM HEFORK ;foto a modern building. Concrete Silos. that Villa's men took Paredon, beRockport, Tuesday, Oct. 6, 7:30 IAKINO your plans. tween Torreon and Monterey, from Pz m. which SaltlUo was reached. Cromwell, Wednesday. Oct. 7, 1:30 soldiers made no resistance p. m. here. It is also said , no resistance Rostne, Wednesday, Oct. 7, 7:30 Four school girl board was offered to the advance on Saltil-l- p. m. Wanted Result of the fighting at SaltlUo ers. MllS. A. K. AINUfciUSU.N. Mr. Ball Is a splendid speaker and was not made known here. Rev. Virgil Elgin, Hopklnsvillc, his addresses will be Instructive, enFRIDAY, (KTOKKK 2. wns the guest of his son, Virgil El- Hoosotclt Takes Stand Against The tertaining and free from abuse and gin, Jr., severul days this week. misrepresentation. Everybody cordiLiquor People. Toledo, Ohio, Sept. 30. Theodore ally Invited to hear him. M. H. & K. Railroad Time Tahlo at daughter, Mr. E. P. Thomas and It Hit fold, Ky. Mrs. Pearl Schroater have returned' Roosevelt addressed a large audience For Sale. Monday has individuality that Is made for you. Ka-Ko- a L. & N. time card effectUo from an extended visit to relatives at the Valentino Theater yesterday A good stock of Jones Brand of Aug. 21st. even more emafternoon. Ho made In New Jersey. no other soft drink possesses. Thirst quenching, , phatic than In previous speeches the Fertilizers. Call on mo for your fall No. 112 North Bound duo 7:19 a. m. Mrs. Lucy Tanner and Miss Hattle stand of the Ohio Progressive party orders. I will sell on reasonable habit it's one that appetizing. Get the Ka-Ko- a except Sunday. dally W. E. ELLIS, m. Leneger, who have been visiting Prof. against the liquor traffic. terms. No. 114 North Hound due 2:20 p. won't get you. r V. It. Hedrlck and family, loft MonFeed & Produce Merchant, dally except Sunday. He came out flatly for the whole Hartford, Ky. temperance program of the Ohio Pro- 9t4 No. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. day for Oweusboro. dally except Sunday. Lawn Seed Havo a big stock of gressives. IrvInKton Postoflice Now Presiden "Conditions In Ohio this year are No. 113 South bound due 1:10 p. m. liluegrass and Bermunda. Now is the tial. One. dally except Sunday. such that If I were a citizen of Ohio W. E. ELLIS, time to sow. Washington, Sept. 30. The postthere were only three men In the H. E. MISCHKE, Agt. I would vote against the wet amend- master general notified Representa- PERRY ROWE ASSULTED Produce Merchant. crowd that assaulted Mr. Rone, but ment and for the dry amendment," tive Ben Johnson today thai the post-offithe latter did not Identify either one Miss Marie Hurdwlck and Miss he said. Breckenrldge BY UNKNOWN MEN of them. It was reported that (he at Irvlngton, Miss Luclle Taylor spent the week- Ruth Ewltig after several days' visCol, Roosevelt referred to the men had used a buggy whip on Mr. it to friends in Hartford have re- brewers' amendment to abolish coun- county, will be advanced to the pres end with relatives and friends. Rowe, but Dr. AlraOn said that he did idential class on October 1. He ask turned to Owensboro, ty .option and prohibit prohibition, ed the Kentucklan to recommend the not think this was true.1 ,Mrs. Mary White returned to her ' Please look for the a n ad. on amendment submitted by the home tnHarrisburg, ML. Tuesday. born and reared, Mr. 'Rb s appointment of a postmaster for that Former Ohio. County, Mai Fired page. Get' In line with the thousLeague. neaf Centertown and was In business town. Heretofore the postoffice at Attorney ,fi; JB.jfimUlit.'waa lnOw-ensbor- o this Three As- 100 per ,. He charged the liquor men wltn v ands who drink , Upon In' Hartford tor several years. He ofr Irvlngton has .been a fourth-clas- s on legal buslneaa-TuesdBy- . cent satisfaction. You won't ' regret it. iirlhgtng the issue on themselves. He fice, postmaster of, which has 4 the ' ' , was a'lso'posf master here for sevsaiUatt. Miss RutteWelljr, of Dundee, was ii eral' years! He has 'been a resident g The contract tor , constructing said: been selected from a list of three Moore1 last Ore guest ofitnel'Mlsses " wish to, speak, of the Issues be--' eligible candidate's, lis advancement s and a pracof Island for a fills in the sloughs on north side of ,1 '"h,a ,i week Rough river has been awarded to fore you. In this S(ate. The brewers rempyes l from tlie civil serrlcpeg-ulatlons'.an- d "Islatok, Ky., Sept. 28. H. Prry, ticing Attorney at Calhoun. 'y"'lr. R. E. Lee Simmer- gives Mr. Johnson "anMr. Paul Woodward, the Hartford and distillery .have taken the field Howe, a well known lawyer of Iswan were ipvrwoouwi against Women's suffrage, because, other piece of patronage." . contractor. , or 'Bale. land, McLean county, was assaulted they regard the entryjot women into he week, My library, .consisting ot The CenProf W. K. Hedrick, Drj J. U men near his, home rights of .citizenship as a danger Four Directors of New Haven Road by three or more ' Tapaa.&nd. W, S.TUley'havebok tke the deKlnancevof llauor in nolll- Ifcsf Saturday nlght.f MK IJow was tury Dictionary ten vojums; StodResign: to. Roofing and all kinds of; Sutidlag: f sleeted Kst rvpmeH- - the-- )tekl .Ifc, of: W, whlthey hav ur New returnlrfr to hlB heme; whlch Is. in dard's Travel Lecture?", fifteen volNew York, Sept. trying more 1W' P!.iibdVnt ben tutorial. ewj students' Reference the'.Qtykd Vorkk $ew yHaTen and Hartford the' southern 'end of 'the (own about umes; The 4 establish.;, Mies PearTFfenfviof Morgatown conveneaxin rrabkiort nexyjnqt flve'rolumcs; 'History, of the re- - RaUfod conHwpy dlrectors.Wllllam 8o'elock.' Whfeta' Bo'was wttnwr a Work, I ,ak you, t$. was the guest of relatives and friends Jy. f 5 ' "lllWf i sort 'distance Of nltf home the .was Nineteenth Century, and many othttd ,. ueorge r. uaKer, Rockefeller, '" ' i ..i.. xmWtrttnelHue tlVi-fere lats week. ers all; in good condition. Also a YbrV; 'Charles F. iBooVer; ot 4.a ltalt. bmUUTIia nf.itiA Adi of New the Ugwpr Invests, J'bav Attorneys II. P. Taylor and Ottfc shotgun, good Munhi" of innkBoWMt faeiiJ'lBtl't waai Stevens double-barre- l Ar.bHer.HW.H- M oi imm JKiHOr wauiisq IU Ansonta. .Conn. James S. Elton,' 6t "0 biW . Martin were In Rockort"t t gun: as new. 'Also,' I'iny carpenter tools, Conn., ' resigned at & fsh'ot -- in Wtlht legs 'with" a "V Waterbury. aMljMMftjhfftlt, ' Wednesday; ' V.R, IH5BRICK. . . .... V.1 sneclal meeting of the' board of di A Busiber 61 small iXot entered the full set.' pcomnt.uBi "i ! mi aon,' fcl- 'iHartford, Ky. " LVe4 Vd Produce Merchant, Mr. J. I'Tbavls. wife bd Ward voted calf1 df his leV.tfttt'ft lnoV.heght 12tf. - here today. The rectorsKfc.it. am Met " that'he was atriouslyiWlute ,Mndfcnnydale, casae to we s .jfmtMni , Dr'.'Alfaonf, ttana,'Who dressea (j6ue In town Tuesday. .TOeF'wckeifeHer resigned" 'because of uan ,W MflPfPiVjC ;.' with lfe at class nBK)n.uninii We have ecedved the' tax books an Baker's th e I ., ,'wd'. H.T.Owi H was oearsy bpewrr,ad he seemed to are now reatiyv to.g've you a nMpt. continuation ot over emyMJimhiH jm JaMestown, Ky.,'wherE)d. tJwton rowi W. t low paces. er4 "P .lV ' I a Mi i the Affair He reai oau m i.'i a4i -- a yuwr . 1 Mis fcoldlnz a qve Anllitv n rAllui frnm ail know v4T-'HlM.tpfcMUnuUW f W W wQffn :. said tha lw .. . . Mt'kpoW what " " covanleaee ;wi aottle. s jtosaivie; iae uiner etiitriMn rs- - tit Narrows, Ky. j ' lVO."KB0tfN. IW . ,4Bire4 to retire from brought tWtfj iM, trouble as t Mr; Mr-- I tttUii' ijitiWlto tbe4il&HV.1CllhOtf UvR4tre4toUttt,-'CnMneat- l '' 'JIV.'Als i,v7L ..'... Mid did Rowe puWkv )U an J 1 VK" Tlt t nAMwi11i be d Orantte 'Op. V Canton, Oa. st WWvaClm" i i i i ti' ""J"! r mVI , 't it j vt i PAUI WOODWARD HARTFORD, KY. 1 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. mile from Hertford. 133 3 acre 100 acres 3 miles from Hartford. 75 v acres 3 miles from Hartford. acres 3 miles from Hartford. 125 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 levee-protect- Subject for debate Friday night, October 9, 1914: "Resolved, That the study of medicine affords a greater field for thought than the study of law." Affirmative: Otto Martin, E, S. Howard, L. L. Stewart. Negative: Arthur Kirk, Silas Stevens, Ozna Shults. Madisonville. Buy Yoiirselfa Ford atMS Prices Public Speaking. BARNES AUTOMOBILE CO, CENTRAL CITY, General Contractor and Builder za i Car-ranz- Hartford Republican. o. fJH, 1 Ka-Ko- Anti-Saloo- We-wa- Kd-Ko- a. ly few-year- anAJ! l:, ii 4 LodgM' an4)ri.V - 29.-Fo-- tt, lf itWfa) Ti'jtsTtfi i: tT hu, -- ''.J' aj r (1,1 tf n,bmMritk jrjv, HW.-JOHNSTO- ,. "t. thML4i u - ,tatUT 't.yt.frflf in)tfrletffiaunicat the'tiUiilHt 't tm7v.v"v (Mr-He- at frK$t '; thi .. FREE , ( , wb. , y the same months of 19H, $907,558,-- 1 The Price of Cntclcnc. im gains enormous- 018, a decrease of nlmost $90,000,- -' The commonplace 000, or S per cent. Tho number of ly in impresslvencss when famllnr Idle freight cars on July 1, 1912, was facts are col 70,731, and on the same day this end lected and tnbulated. Fourth of July year, 220, S75, an Increase of 150,1 14, accidents were regarded as Inevitable or 212 per cent, j The value of our Imports for the and of comparatively small Import- of tho operation '" The Journal of tho Am ance until ho present Underwood Tariff law crican Medical Association under wcro $1,440,127,491, and under the, took the systematic collection anil - j Ior"lcr "cnuniican '"".i .. u.u compilation of tho statistics. Preaggregate, they shock- corresponding months of 19 11 and eented in tho 1912, $1,2S3,093,701, nn Increase In ed the nation. The American peoplo long been accustomd to ac- our imports uinlcr tho Democratic have or about 12 counts of railroad accidents In the Tariff of $102,033,790, per cent. In 1912 there was practiIs only the occasionpublic press. It cally no Idle labor In tho country, al accident of startling character In Three Volumes magnitude which arouses and today tho number of Idle workor unusual ers is estimated conservn'tively nt n comment. Tho public does not apThis man caused the last the preciate the enormous toll which million. On July 1, 1912, IT, balance general European war. In the gonral fund of the S. Treasis paid every year in loss of life and ury was $1G7,152,47S.99, and on the His personal memoirs, written limb because of avoidable accidents same day this year, $145,S35,G02.10, by his secretary, Baron Do on our railroads. a decrease of $21,31C,97G,S9, or 12 Menevnl, arc full of the most Accident Bulletin 50, just Issued per cent. Tho amount of gold shipped absorbing incidents especially hi by the Interstate Commerce Com view of the present p,reat Euroout of this country in the first six mission, contains a summary of the months of 1912 was $27,000,000, and , pean struggle. accidents resulting In personal In- for the same period last year, before just a im nil reel jcars apo, Im ambijuries caused In the operation of In- there had been any expectation whattions bathed tlic Continent In a sea of blood. France alone, under his leaderterstate railways during the months ever of a European war, tho gold ship, fought Germany, Ktiia, Austria, of October, November and Decem- shipments amounted to $05,000,000, Italy, and Great Britain and ivot. ber, 1913. The facts presented nre an increase of $3S,000,000, or 140 If they were found per so appalling that cent. These figures need no anywhere else tbnn In a government elaboration, publication they would be regarded By spcclalarrnngemcnt with the pubDuring exaggerations. jib extreme -Notice. lishers of COLLIER'S, Tlic National months, 2,792 persons Jthese Jbree Weekly, we are enabled to offer a limNotice Is hereby given that we e ited number of these were killed and 50,77ti persons were sets undersigned citizens of Ohio of the Memoirs of Napoleon free with injured In connection with railway the County, Kentucky, and residents of a ear's subscription to Collier's and operation. Of these, 191 were killthis paper. The rtfer is strictly limited Injured in train acci- the said county 'and State, will on the ed and 3.72C to get advantage of it you must act 5th day of October, at the courthouse 9 promptly. dents; 2.G75 were killed and being the first injured In accidents other than In Hartford, Ky., it Sherlock Holmes Stories day of the regular October term of train accidents, such as fires, floods, Exclusively in Collier's affecting the Ohio County Court, file a petilandslides and explosions All ihe Shnlcck llolmn itorln rntll'hcd In tion In said Court and move the 1915 Kill be primed etcluiiielr la Collier's. the right of way, and accidents in Judge thereof to establish a public The "Lat minute" picture cl the Furcptan connection with railroad operation War will appear eerr ceL In Hie phctctraphic section cf Collier's. other than those of trains and road- road as follows: Beginning at the Hartford and 1 he finrst fiction written u ill aprear each eelc way, while 117 deaths and 29.007 In ihott story and serial form. injuries were industrial accidents to Hawesvllle Road at church lot about Mark Sullivan's tlmclr Fditorial ard wUelr qucted Comments on lcncre .1I continue lo Le employees working on tracks, bridg- 70 yards from Joe L. Miller and an exlulve feature. beshops, Hoop's line; thence on the line es, stations, enginehouses, Special Offer to ourReaders wharves or elsewhere. Of the 2,792 tween Joe L. Miller and Hoops n disYcut on h'tne p.pei ai.d COLt.irR'S. The were pas- tance of 400 yards to James T. Dapersons killed, thirty-fou- r National Weekly, tocetber w ith the three vilunic of Napoleon's Memoirs all if these )ru eel for the sengers killed in train accidents, and vis; thence across the same 350 ptice of Collier's alune. plus 0c tococr the cost 137 were employes killed in train yards to Evelyn Davis; thence across tf packing and shlppine the Memoirs. , Send your order to this tfuce Evelyn Davis about 70 yards to AmEighty-fiv- e passengers no. If )ou are accidents. already a subscriber, tour subcr ption will bee. were killed from all causes and 730 anda Davis' Hue; thence across Amtended for one year from its present date of eapi rat'on. employees from all causes, making anda Davis about 70 yards to FanCOLLIER'S $2.50 r SpecUl cmb!natlcn iprue. Ir.ilul4tic tic ll..,.ir..i-.- l a .total of S15 passengers and em- nie Daffron's line; thence across same three volume $9 Republican ployees. The 1.SC0 other persons kill- about 70 yards to D. E. May's lino; thence across D. E. May's J and 75 ed included tresspassers, and employes not on duty, yards to Mollic Baizes' line; thence s.irt " , . while 117 employees In addition were across Molllo Baize 75 yards to I'al itf?2( "Z&- - TP A killed In industrial accidents not con- roots' line; thence across same about j P $ F 240 yards to Tice Baker's line; nected with railroad operations. ' showing Detailed tables the .hence across same about 5 yards to S nl rromr"7 oltnlnej In Jh . ,eobHllll PATFfjri cause and character of the accidents Joe Ij. Mlller and Shelby Lee's line h,uiiiuiv e' tUorou.injr, it cur , PAVj, 'ii are most interesting and illuminat- 'hence on line about !)') yards to li to n'.ceef j, tri-- ii. Rii'l Jiti I rn.,. r ,r FfiCE WK- -t fevniiiMM viiu. ForiiiUai)ce, of the 21,709 per- Daisy Baize line; thtneo across same ing. on ici1j'm"" i pra. w. SUR1 100 PASSING NITE- CNCeS. Jrfr-liJ.j.mls to V H. Davis sons injured through train anil oth rt'oout er accidents, five persons lost their heirs; thence across same to Hart- S f' Sovench Etroot, 1 uw. D. c. eyesight, ninety lout arms, forty- - toed and, Hinep Mill Boad a distance rseven persons lost their hands, 213 lot' about 250 yards. In testimony whereof, witness on persons lost, logs, 14 'I persons lost the 24th day of Sept feet. Many of those crippled will' fie signature-thiincapable of supporting themselves 191-1- . ELIZA MUKPHY, for the balance of their lives and J. G. B'ALLABD, will consequently becomo dependJAMES J. BALLARD, ents. The total lows of working timo I ALBERT COX, due to accldonts Is not shown. With CHESTER ROACH, over fity thousand persons lujured .s n in PAL COOTS, in three mouths however.theucononi-i- c ler-jou- mai J. E. HENDRIX, loss must bo enormous. 'At this W. M. MURPHY, rate there are probaly nearly twelve W. A. CLARK, thousand persons killed and over two JL. MILLER. hundred thousand .persons injured 12t:i every year on our roads. The majority of these accidents nre avoidable Talked for the Unthinking. either through proper safety de Where's that "high cost of living" vices supplied by the operating com- - reducer gone to? Ho killed the Tarllt pany or through care in operation an,i the manipulators add the sum Courier-Journal on tlie part of employees. Tho prico to what they have to sell and the paid for carelessness as shown by prices to consumers are going higli-th- e official statement of fact is too or and higher. enormously heavy to be tolerated. Wilson's "eijuullzlng competition" works finely for foreign producers There Is more Catarrh In this section ot the country than all other diseases put and Importers, the jobbers and the together, nii'l until tlic lust few years wholesalers, but tho consumers are REAL NEWSPAPERS was 8Uipusi-(- l to be lucm able, l'or a great many years doctors luoiiounced It a the nxe. But Wilson was only talklocal dlseaso mid prescribed local reme- ing for tho unthinking when he camdies, and by consuuitly failliij,' to cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incur- paigned, and tlic explanations of Reable. Science 1ms pi oven Catarrh to be a News constitutional disease, and therefore re- publican statesmen, who warned the quires constitutional treatment. Hall's mnsses, were ' unheeded. Okeeno News Catarrh Cute, nmnufacttiied by K J. Cnemy & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only (Okln.) Eagle. Constitutional cure on the market. It H Local News taken Internally. It nets dltectly on the Hood and mucous surfaces ot the system. Protection Defined. They offer ono hundred dollars for any tase It falls to cure. Send for circulars Protection Is the theory, doctrlno, and testimonials, News Addrees: K. J CIIKNKV & CO., Toledo, O. or system of fostering or developing Pold by DrUKKlata. 75c. tho industries of u country by means Take llall'a 1'amlly I'illa for constipation. News of Imposts or products of tho indusAVIint Deniociiitlf Rule Has Cost. tries Imported into'that country, the of , The act.uul flgijres showing what discouragement of foreign competi country has buffered und'or Demothe tion with tho Industries of a country cratic rule' 'form a most Impressive by Imposing import duties. indictment of thut party. Lut us Aro you Interested in what Is takTho systom-- of Polectiou was litquote a few of thorn, comparing tle known In antiquity, but hecamo ing place Hay by day all over the condition) In 1912, iho !ait lull your popular in tho Middle Agos, and has world? If you aro you NICICD TUB of Republican control, COUItlBn-JOUNItAwhen tho flourUhotl widely since. , country was probperoutr, nml in 4014, A strong If thoro is an Jiwnt in your town lnfluonco In favor of when thera Is no una who hus not 'i as oxerled.ln thcoich- - givo him a trlul order ono month-D- ally felt the' pinch of bhrlnklng business Meemlrawititry Jiytho plutocrats and W cents, with Sunday 75 C nts. and riling- price. In lho- - first; si;:., jjy;i,e .wrltiuusxif Adam'Smlli. If thcro is no agent in your town i .j.' months bi iyjJ tho coinmurclal.lall-ure- s order to tho paper In Great IJrtt,iiu.jid9pte.(.isyiiiem J glVO 3 6ur 1 w'lU'cli' in tho Unttud States ;tmmn'tvd, )ra(tlc4il.,nc-.Toil- p this' navortiscment apppart .by the, alioll- rlnlililnc n . nfl.'il to $10S,Ol-2,2S.'and for the corrqsr. ittloil-o- f U)iyr(uifUv!jiu-.sI1.S4H nnH In (you 'W your. to ponding 'rate)?' Ut"fecJid .' tho order , byaije. tjeinhval .009,773, uw lncreab. of $70,1)07.559 Jqf- duties, on eJiriy..jill,Voetca-nr- i Uovt'otirleY'Jout nal. ,,r: . , "' or 71 per cent. WJJBlvrA' CWKnsit jquitxAt, nas tides. 'Pxtixi 'AND F6r thttJeuniQ'falx mouths porIls, . on the Continent of KurdOo the ellvuOliAfryt wore, ,1.1 lDU', general tojl'loncy In recent'' years, fWMHJY.. .nijiqsfc tho .ba.iikivH fajljtres C5 iji.uiifbur und In mouiit U7,-.- 1 vrtlculuriy.'.l'n CormaVy. 'hit's been ei montjilj;- - jnaliu;, Js',nwQrJU7 833.2Bnfftl In 10J.4..93 In numliujr in' tho V'sW'A"'" luqrSased 'lVo-ond'i- n . fl,1! a''yeart)Ac Xoripamphcij'. an in. '..;.in"n amount. numbiv' d 00 per! .Ia.thVpSjjilwi 'tl'io pqIWoJ. crease of S.ln cent in tmiount Tho arnuL rllM.l nJtLiltl$ri..ilU Mi'& 1111 Llll; I r I -- ,., - ' iwiwiiun i.iiJi Ull earnings for tho first flv months of the iWdilig iintlo'ia'l quoitloua, of 1912 were $1,087,021,734 and for Bristol (Pa.) Courier. LOUISVILLC, HV. im iv FREE Dlreotory County Ohio ! 0rP3rolTeaiio"ci:i,i. HOTEL J PowumN .MSHlNGTOIi j' " 'l"s D.C. rr. Int. Circuit Court T. V, BlrklieniJ. Judgo; Hen 1). Klngo, Attornej; W. Law Attorney .1'. Mldklff, Jailer; K. U. Hart-ass- , Clerk; 13. K. Ulrklieml, .Master ComIIAIl'ITOUD, KY. missioner; 15. T. Coiling, Trustee 'Jury Fund; S. O. Kuown, Sheriff, Will praotlce IiIh profusion In Uila Duputlcs-- S. Hartford. A. Ilrutchcr; and ftjj0injI)R countUw. ComniorclaJ Otto C. Martin at . - LL Of AMERICAN ( Memoirs of Napoleon In a city where good hoteli abound, Ihe Powhatan headi the first In the hearts ot Its countrymen. It it Jll:::;S K Get these Memoirs Free three-volum- 1 " 21,-76- -- ca '. a 3tSafe25C2sfciKJg TRADE-UAIIK1 , - MOJK ;,' Oa-SO- . I "iinilJij. 3tsbbz3st Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aft, Attorney Law Monday in .March, Tuesday aftMonday in June, Tuesday aftKY. HARTFORD, Monday In September, TuesASSOCIATED WITH M. l. IlEAVRIf day after 3d Monday In December. D. A. McDanlcI, Uockport, Friday This office Is ciiulpiird for handafter 3d Monday In March, Friday 3d Monday In June, Friday ling Commercial Law nnd Colluctlen after after 3d Monday In September, Itoms as well as other legal and litiFriday after 3d Moudnv in De- - gated matters. Practice In ,nll the t ccnlbcr. CLIFFORD I!. LEWIS. S. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday courts. I'romut and vigorous service. Manager, M. L. Hcavrlu's Office. latter 3d Monday in March,, after 3d Monday In June, nn W'olucsduy after 3d Moidlay In OTTIM' MtllTMf "teinber, Wednesday after 3d Mon-- I T. WAIIB.xTIUTTO.S rrniunrll, K. llntlt.r.l, Kj. day In December. K. C. Tiche'iior, Ccntertown, SatSTRATT0N & MARTIN- urday after 3rd Monday in each HAVE YOUR SUITS Attornoys at Law month. Wlnson Sinifh, Select, Tucslny j CROMWELL, - KY. after 2d Monday In March, Tuesday latter 2d Monday In .May, Tuesday Will practice their professtcu in thlu 'after Ud Monday In August. Tues and djolnlng counties. Collections. day after 2d .Monday In November. Commercial and Criminal Practice a W. WedS. Dean, Dundee, Prompt and vigorous and Dyenesday after tho second .Monday in Specialty. I March, Wednesday after aHl Monday service- - Notary In office. ing in May, Wednesday after 3d Monday given In August, Wednesday after 2d MonLadies day In November. Hen F. Hlce, Fondsvllle, Tuesday after 2d Monday In March, ThursCleaned I day after 2d .Monday in May, Thursday after 2d .Monday In August, To do any kind of Veterina-- I Work called for and Thursday after 2d Monday In November. ry work. Horses. mule.s andl U rl I ;,.-,w- l lien W. Taj lor, Ralph, Friday aft- cows need not die for want of! ' S 'cr I'd Monday in March, Friday fter 1 B g -- d Monday in May, FrWa- - after 3d ClUD Calls answered attention. 51.00 Monday in August. Friday after "tl day or niKht. h Monday In November. i i . .uvi.ii-uivj'lri.ii r. n O. C. Martin, Judgo, .McDowell A. M j, Hartford Pressing Glifb. Veterinary Surgeon City Attorney: J. I Stnvnns I P Fosle. Marshal; Court concnes second Mon-- f Hnrlforct, - Ky. ! (iCNTiiKi:r.i.ix..,crATKi:sT. I .my in e.icii muntii. City Council J. c. llcr. Major; it. &ZZ3&m232F&TZ&mt'5C5aa&BgMi ? HA11TFORD, KY. T. Collins. Clerk; J. K. Bean, Treasurer. Members or Council J. C. Hrti-net- t, Capt. A. D. White. A. K. Pat."'. J. D. Kaluli. A. C. Veistir, V. 11. GUUcple. mICVSv . School Trustees '.I. D. Duke, Chair-inaYOU The National Weekly it. T. Coillmi, docretari,; Di. Taylor, and W. K. Bills. J. Kd. er 3d er 3d er 3d I'tie Towliatan is rr fined, ex. cluihe, and restful. lis excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and II btrccts, makes it a desirable headquarters for bridal couples, tourist arlte, .conventions, Schools and colleges. j The Powhatan attracts the topic of culture and education. J It proximity to State, War and f.avv Departments, also to many points ol historical interest, makes this hotel especially at tractive to a discriminating pub lie. The Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at $1.30, S2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, J2.50. $3.00 and up. 'Write for booklet with map Monday in February and continued three weeks; third .Monday In April,1.- -, o -- n two weeks; third .Momluj In October,, 6 two weeks. County court John ii. Wilson,' Law Judgo; C. Ulankensliip, Clerk; HARTFOR), KY. 0. B. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convened first Moudaiy In each Mijssns. ... . II. Uaru.tj iiml C. B- month. ' Quarterly Court Homing Smith announce that tWy have form-fir- st on the Monday in every month. ja paiUfcTahlji for Mio Boiiural pntc- ..., .ii,,.,. Court of Calms Convenes first ,,1,,,.,i11,.i , Tuesday In . January and first Tues cosorr, Mr. Smith Wng Coumty Attor may in October, Other County Officers C. S. Mo- - ney Is piyiwntod frtmi pract.'ulngHtich loy, Surejor, I'oiMsvllle, Ky It. ccisus. Mr. B.itik will Individually r. D. .No. L; Tom nines, Assessor, accost pucJi practice Offlod In Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Shults, SuperinHartford Jtcpubllcuu building, Harttendent, Hartford; Dr. A. B. Illlcy, Coroner, Hartford; T. Ii. Benton, ford, K- lload Bngtneer, Hartford. I DclTnGS Attorneys at Omitll J JUSTICES' COLItTS. ARTHUR at D. KIRK A -- ; I 1 St-p- . t Cleaned I Pressed Repairing neatly done. work special attention. Hats and Repaired. 1 PREPARED rate per month. iu.it W. H. RILEY s WILL TAKE OUR "r Collier's ricldatS.SO. N tie pntc is $2.50 nmlnol)..veciiirul L, nt tl t K is Colhtr's btt UBLfGIOCS M. K. Daily " iLour -. S6 a Year Sunday $2 a Year Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best National State Market Reports Foreign Political Everything fbr'Eyerybody L. Free-Tradt- - ,t m "SELtP I . n ii: inirt-of'th- - ,!' 4 . S2S.C-S1.812.- "' : '' ..,. mmMmmm morning ana cening vwn first and third Sunday in each month, simi- a- s,h00' m. mwt SJ for WEAK (lay ovcry Wednesday lns ltev. LUNGS Or " W. Xamer, pastor. onlnK. "ai'Ust t uureh borvlccs morning Pr.MClllWDTinrj uuiwuiiii iiuk an evening every second nnd fourth If you mention this paper we will send you .u LdLlJ l""1 J,,'ll"?"Ul:, bunUa '' a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for y, ; , Icv. A. S. Pcttle. feeling, coughs, pains """?" that tired, inchest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak Church-S- en Ices every lungs or consumption. third nnd fmtrlli Riituhiv . t it .. ... OHIO MEDICAL CO. J ? I'- - ' Sunday school r.M a, mi t.iuei uwinn, pastor, SKC11BT SOCIETIBS. Hartford Lodge No. C75. F. nnd A. M. meets evcrj first Monday night In each month. V. S. Stovons, W. M.; Owoii Hunter, Secretary. l Hartford Chapter No. SI "o. B. S. i GR. in meets ovcry second and fourth Monn win. zt Tii Tir(HiJ mrvti day evenings, Mrs. J. H. Williams, 2 W. M.; Jas. II. Williams, W. P-- ; ti Cucteed when cverytlune slso falls. .Miss Blizabeth Mlllor, Secretary. In nervous prostration and femalo k Hough ltlvcr Lodgo No. lit) Knight weaknesses they are the supreme of Pythias meets every 'lnesday evenremedy, as thousands have testified. ing. Jno. V. Taylor. C. (J.; W. It. FOR EUDNEY, LIVER AND Hcdrlek, K. of It. & S. Hartford Tent No. 09, K. O. T. M. STOMACH TROUBLE 'A it is the meets every first anil tulrd Thuisdaj best medicine ever sold nights. It. T. Collins. Coiuniaiider; over n druggist's counter. B. P. Moore, Hecoiid ICeopcr. wxsiaxa Acmu Lodgo No. 'SM I. O. O. F. meets every . second and fourth Friday nights in each month. C. M. Harnett, Noble Grand; W. it. liedrick, Secretary. llurtfoid Camp No. 202 V. 0. W. mcots cerj second nnd fourth SatTom PROCURED AND DEFENOEn.1,j,,u'In''d-''.- 'v-- Fie urday nights In each month. uwi rnt r ttrAMiMtt. t ,t.loren.rtK.ir L'u... u i.. tn.ur ,., .il.titln ....t i.t.. Irctlu l.lr.4. Wu Williams, Council Commander; W. C, Lft Wallace, Clerk. t z.. im ai rnllUTCir". ?r'.v t iti til i'h llu uh'gton sajti I. mi, Sunshine Illvo No. 42, L. O. T. M " tnonry ait J ofUn tbefottnt. i meets every first and Friday Patent tr.d l.ifrMement Practice txcuslv::. nights In eadi month . Mr. Attjlt Wrltu or roma to us at 110 rljbti Etrcet, r TclUd rtnl.l FtUift Otlce, Griffin, lidy Commander; J .Mrs. II WAutnjKiiiuri, u. m, E. Misrhke, Lady Uecord Keepm Ke, stone Chapter A'o. ,IQ. Ill A. .M., meets every thlrU Saturdnj night In iacli month. John T." Moore High A Priest; W. S, 'Tinslty, Secretary. $feT.t 'Visr AMBItlCAN SOCIJ-jrOFBtJl'ITV. Stato Officers President, "J. tl. .Mc- ClTlEStTWtJrtJj conncll, Princeton, Ky.;' vlco l'resl tSw cs uciii, j.. ii. uuriioj; MiuiitmiierB to.; , ,., v. w. iiuuuiouu, w.v, Calhoun, Ky.; OikuiiIw, T. II. llal- . I I UU13.LK) a JUWIIU I nialn, Hartford, Ky. SPECIAlfQ tli- - Ii k: Jlcmbcrs Stato Hxccnttro- Hoard f Htlr to bpll New DuiIwii, A trial will Vn Ben Watson, Wobster county; .1, AV. J3uiiu, UavlosatsCpupty.;, HUnry I'lrtlo, elietiI- Ohio county; 1. 1. Kay, Ifardln coun- c .ii f tint i ;ty; C. 0. Uaveliporu, Warren county. .. ... . rr.s k. . T..' ity Officers-- 6. I,. Stov-Peper. j Wrllo ona, .president; Henry I'lrtlo, Scc- i rotu,r;. .,H, Ucnnott, Trcasuror. S12WD 10 VEWPS i o COUNTY llOitttDX)! KDUCATIOX. rtofouwiAiu.ftrtHrtil4luttblibig .Osnal,1Sliillts', Chairman, Hartford, CM1C1170 uj Prtil iiplJ, iotTirr wuu uuiib. arajrMiiA. t k'icjiar Ky. .., "i i , "'iw::t7i-:-.- imvuiiiimi ; - m tikai, u j r.i wu ua irm avrtn vtj-- rttait tic. I, 0,oU Tuvw, Hartford. Ky. ,(2, v. j. Urooks, PordBvillc, ly. oVIrii'liozarth, Olntqn, Ky. ' t wss W&Sff73Wim7ypG?tm l:'il..J o.'Autty, luftwtown, Ky. . S. K. tl. Austin, Prentiss. U. J. h. Drown, KocUport, Ky. 13 JmffisL W$h:Mm. . Tr,mot S1SKVICUS. Church. South- - SorvlciF ,J- Collier's in Clubn ' Fits Time rar Ifui fffimmss run-dow- S', mmMK S" ,a.V., l. i,1 , nionctssionxi hereby ne tan oifcr It st a Kill further reduction in connection with tliis publicaticn. ffiyW ! Special Offer to Our Reauers HccoEiiizinc the crrai drmanil for Co.'i'iir'i at llic new price, teltacmatlc arranccr entslo it and our own publication each "tic jenr for the price of Co'W'aalone Tl i I aliinitnl cllcranJ must be taken athantagc of p . mptlj. fllt-- r What You Gel in Collier's CMti't ueckl) of tlir crte e, inilcpcndrni, (carlru tli whole country. .Not only is it ll.e 11,,1 citizen's lianithoiik but It is alio a tnaK.'itine for the whole fumllj Amone the Ilium that a j car's auutcrtption tacs arci &p$ia&a&m iooo mitorui, SOO Nrwa Photoa . 250 Short Article 150 Short Slorira 100 Mutinied rVnturo, 2 Complctu Novela Coll ier s Hartford $2.50 Republican Beth for ocl; $2.50 o I iat UdH -- 1 HKaS ( McCALL I'ATTERNS - N'"! -- i ''.ii IS oV. hV,1',:,?,? r"t.'?i'.'icity ind L ,n nearly , , b every city and .Tl in ine .. ooiu bntca and iuivii uiutril Canada, or by niall direct. Mnm li.i i.4n I any other malic. Suid lor lrca catalogue. McCALL'S MAGAZINE JUprc. lubscnl.crs than any olhei fashion magailno-niilll- on a month. InalUab!e. IjU st lyle,p.4tirrf, drraamalinir, mllflnery, plain sewtntr.fincy rcedlewotk,h.il-dreslnir- ! clUiuctte. stories, etc. fln'y. CO nli year (or!i double), including a freo pattern. bubscrfEt! today, .or -- tend ior.saumlJ con. WONDnriI. INDUCEMENTS I to Agents. Postal bringa nrcmlurl catalocuo I Unit i.MU ricli nr,,. nil... A.l.l .......,. ,'.,fcw w.tv... .IUUICH . S'W&rjll eJ .. McCia 2;, w rcjAohb r&wsM yrt-rr- vi - KHLLTHe'ffiOUQSI i fi iUieisiix f .j ako C4IRE :JE' LUiffiCS !r0 '.'OUId-Coui- n H WITH, fi Pin Kiasbr w'u i, i W (TriH OK "T -- iWWfb'.iWL wGsm i'Tr.T'.mrrt.'i T I awd,1.1 fi:;VXg&miW'r-L'A.aUASA'I'JL'Jill.ji BA'XUK&3 lOltlJl r rirTiro, M't.i . l oji ?'o T-1 f ,, Children Cry for Fletcher's 3LKfHBVPfl P K. 1 Kk v rtt, Tlio Kind Yon Havo Always Bought, and which has been lu uso for ovor 30 years, has hornotho Blgaaturo o and has been made under his S-jB.onnl supervision slnco its Infn.iey. A Allow no one to deceive you in tliis. "wrwj All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " nro Jlxpcrlinciits tliat trlflo with and endanger thalWItlibut ot Infants and Children experience against Experiment pcr-.6&?X- Jtist-ns-go- od Cnstorla Is a harmless Rnbstttnto for Castor Oil, Pare- jjorlr, Drops and JSoothliur Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morplilno nor other Xurcotlr) Kiihstaiifo. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fuvcrlshncxs. For more than thirty years it lias been In constant use for the relief of Constipation., Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and JHarrliu'si. It regulates tlio Stomach and Utwcl3, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA Why Tho YonnK Folks Go To Tlie Clty In many ways tho town of Mt. Carroll, III., scents to bo a bright and progressive community. It has a,' dally, a and a weekly newspaper, all well edited and well patronized by live advertisers. For a town of 2,000 souls it is woll served, journalistically, which Is always n sure Indication that a town is not dead. Thcrfore it is all the more startling to discover, printed in each of tho Alt. Carroll nowspacrs, a notice from the board of education warning the children of the town not to play on the school grounds after school hours, nor "on other occasions when school Is not in session," under penalty of prosecution "to the fullest extent of the law." Moreover the adult citizens of Mt. Carroll are warned off their own property, under penalty of fine or imprisonment, it having been discovered ttiat these cit through izens have been passing tho school grounds on their way to and from town. No, this board has not acted ly at that moment on tho point of enter- ing Ilnbylon. Isaiah Is very unaccommodating, Indeed. Ho makes small effort to foretell specific events savo as they could he seen continually growing out of tho nature of things and tho trans gressions ottho worjd, such as tho coming of a Messiah and his rejection by a world unfitted to accept htm. Isaiah, liko his contemporaries, allowed very few pcoplo to escape, but he did not, like Danlol, torment tho credulous among them with cryptic signs to Indicate tho possible dates of their misfortunes. Isaiah contented himself with sayslng that evil causes must produce evil effects wheneer, In tho course of nature; the time is ripe. Tho popular prefer-whlcin itself, is tho greatest cause ence for Daniel Is a human weakness of the evil effects Isaiah sees repeated as human history repeats Itself. Globo Democrat. h, HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Fow Years ol Ditcevagiag Costslitions, Mrs. Balleck Gave had gotten so weak I could not and 1 gave up in despair. I sta!, Up hi Despair. Came HatUad At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced thoughtlessly. It has acted, after GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS jBears the Signature of &L&ffffi&u The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THt CCimUft COMPANY. TT MUMMY STKCCT. NCW YORK CITY. Starck Pianos iaAdvanoe Satiafao ties Gnar No Money aateed LewentNet Price t Rani eaA TorinH P. A. CTARCK .RCSIOCNT Fa ot orr Savi nt ol SlOO to 82 0 0FacFrom tory Direct Wo will ulilp you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' fpo trial, In your home. No canli juyment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, use and test this piano for 30 ilayn. If. at tho etui of that lime, you do not find It the way, that you have ever lttKli"it prndo, nweotost toned and rtrest piano In Knon ffil Itin mnnv vnil nm nl fiitrfant IthArfi. tn o.n.l I. ln.L n.l ..... . Ill In ,hn. event, pay the rrih;ht both ways. This Starcl: Piano must malio good with you, or there is no sale. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL V&" Save $150.00 or Mora Vt rldp direct U yo'i from our factory, at price tint satryou upwardi ot 9150.03 in thi we ipianntre to furnlsli ost ol jour piano, you a Iwttrr plir.o for the money than jou can wiirp rltrwlirr". Voujtre uwirfd of rrcnin? a utlsfictory sweet touM durable high gradj plana. OR-Vi- Easy Paymsnts Ton pay no cash down, but after SO ilays of trial, you can begin payment on the low. est, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit your convenience, and It is possible for you to biy a pttno for your home, without irfjsilri; thr money. ,. ItircV Player.Planos art the het. and mrut luHutl rut flayer iMaim on ms market. You will be do lighted with the many exclusive features of these) wond'rful ir.stniments, ind will lie pleased with th try low prices at which tney can be secured. ;? fi;:3asf ne snisrantrtd for a f&L 'fhi ipiarant- ol it iwr 33 years of pUoO xrxTii-n- , and the rrpo titlon of an rciinilLb piano bouse. F.tttt Stsrck Piano U 25 rears. 50 Frs Musio Lessons w li.vn constantly on hand lul- l- mifflti- -i at llirhtl used and secondhand planoi of all staadard makes taken In exchange fjr new Sturrlc Piano and Player-PianThe fallow. Ins; are a few siraple bargains i 2nt Hand larcains Player'Hanoi diarcK due and gravo deliberation, as it thought It should act. It is merely a little behind the times. It is one of tho old fashioned boards, Just like the boards and town councils in dealers. thousands of American villages, the Luke McliUko Says. boards and councils that, for a cenMany a fino blacksmith has been tury have been making and enfoVc- lng laws and ordinances and regula- spoiled because a fond mother im tions to restrict this and suppress agined he had musical talent. One reason why mother's scissors that and prohibit the other thing. This board does not know that at are always sharp is because she uses this very moment progressive leg- Father's razor when she has anyislators In towns and cities thru-o- thing tough to cut. As long as the dear things let America arc removing and tear ing down the restrictions that ages tho men retain tho "obey" clause of folly have erected to curb and re - ,n t,le niarrlage contract, never let press the young. These rules, and I" be sa,d tllat tne women hava no laws, and bonds were what disgust- - senco of humor, There are a lot of little country ed the ydung people with small-tow- n life and drove them to the cities in districts that are voted "dry" by the search of tho freedom thy could not farmers. But you never met,a far mer in one of these dry districts find at homo. Modern boards, of education are w'l( would refuse a swigiout of your throwing open, the school grounds flask, woman who Tne for play purposes at all hours and inviting the children to use them. used to bawl when she went to see . .. -. " Tney ,are tnrowing open tne build- - in..4 t wyis ....... i... uuuBuier to the adults of the town for wno hisses the vlllian in the movie ings meetings of all sorts. They are mak- - films. We have a lot of fool ideas. A ing social centers of the schools. The era of repression and fanati- woman with eight pounds of store cism s drawing to a close. Only In hair on her head is supposed to keep the less progressive districts do the her hat on at indoor gatherings. man is No Gen- elders of the village hold up their And a hands in holv terror when tbev see tleman if he doesn't take his hat and hear the children run and play, .0"' When a girl has a sore throat or laugh and shout. jThe modern, towns, tho towns that are growing, he always Imagines that you imag-ar- o keeolnc tho vounir folks at homo .that she got It the way she didn't by a liberal and constructive policy set It. When the doorbell rings a woman of provision and proper supervision of recreations. The advice of all ex- - (always looks out of the window sh will answer the ring. She In social service Is "do not an-- 0 n tagonlzo exuberant youth with sup- - wants to see whether it is a or an agent with something. If and fanaticism." And the.tor village boards and councils which K is an agent with something to heed this advice will eliminate one sell 8e will open the door aiTd buy of the immediate causes ot tho de- - something. If it is a collector trying to get an Installment on something cllne of tho country town. .the last agent sold her she is not at home. ut V Toned UpV?ioic 8 rtei'i. "Chamberlain's Tnblet3 have done more for mo than I ever Jutei! hope all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist ha for," writes Mr.s. Esther Mao UaKcr, sold Cardui for years. He knows what Spencerport, N. Y, "I used several in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recoa-mebottles of theso t?.hlets r. f:w months ago. They not only cured hi'j of bili- ment relieved me for it Begin taking Cardui today. a while, but I was ous attacks, sick headaches and that Write to: Chsttanoota MeJIclne Co., Ladles tired out fooling, but touctl up my soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga, Tenet., for Special book, Instructions en your case and whole system." "o? l3le by all that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Traatasent for Women," sant In plain wrappar. Horn nd a taking it. From the very tlraC it was helping me. now walk two miles without iff Cafron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettle Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should to Rescae. dose, I could tell JAMES &CO., Pirst Class Uverymen Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, ij , ...... rai ..t OUR CLUBBINQ RATES. $1.36 The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.76 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm k Owensboro Inquirer 1.7B The Republican and '..... 3.60 The Republican. and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The republican ana Lauy uwenBDoro inquirer The Republican and Twice- a-Week O'boro Messenger 1.75 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The REPUBUCAN.and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 Globe-Democra- t" bald-head- Twice-a-Wee- 9 be-pe- rts collec-pressio- - Address all orders to Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C A STO R A 1 . To every purchaser of 8tarck Pianot, wc cUe freu music lesions, in om- - of In the beat known ClilmRO. These les m yo I ran take In ymir own huine, by mall. This represents one year's free Instruction, Stcinway Chkkerins Kimball Wcbcr ..:.,.. Starck second-han- $110.00 92.00 90.03 95.00 '.'... 195.00 Piano Send for otic latest complete Send lodav for our new beautifully1 illustrated piano Imok which elics you a large amount ot informa- look Fraa bargain list. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. tion regarding pianos. Tills Imok will interest and please you. Write today. 1313 Starck Bldf., CHICAGO 4o444o4t4iHav4t944 l Man Wolbom Wins if O 4 0 iititiilicrs falling to Mmtv t:i by St'it. Uml.wo Tho 1st mid iiiu pitld .SU5 111 nifli to Man Wcllioni, ot ClIKy, Ivy., ulio held tlio itt'il uuiiilier in' the content- tor the barrel of ml - "OI,l, QIULITV" OK )ii(l..0() IX CASH. , Miilck Milpinents to all "dij" points In KeiitucUy. "Old (J nail-tOno Star" as f?ood as any bottled in bond only ijtf.OO per y, l'or prompt hhlpntents mall joitT'orderti to us. We nuiko gallon, express prepaid. s P. 8. LHNCflSTER & CO,, Owensboro. Ky. oij quamtv", "oiji w. s. stoxk" ''iiu:.mii:u i'urij" , I OVER 6S YEARS' assssslsssaiBBssssssssCeX PERIENCE I'.lZiUiWd sssssa 'Bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb Buckbee'a "Full ot Lite" Northern Gross Pedigreed Seedi'have A reputation of ASycaraa luccessful seed growiug behind them. It pays tvlant the best Seasonable Specialties: Earliest Red Valentine . . J3.50 Relugee Kxtra Early . . Jj.ij New Strlngless Creiti Pod . Ij.70 Wardwell'a Imp. Kidney Was Uy Davis New White Wax . . JJ.75 Carrie's Rust rroof Was . &.$o SEEDS BBANS PBA8 'CoayniQHT Ac. Anvona pn1ln(si kfcatrh and description mar aalcklr'aaierlnlu our opinion fro wbolher ail jiifeiiilnn u probably Puiuhl. yommuuiea. L 'rmv OUT Trade Marks DcaioNi Bushel Bushel Bushel Bushel Buihel Bushel aeul frea. UMeat ajrencr for Mcunasr patents. I'ntooU) taken throus-- KUna kXo. rccelvs ssKflatn(l, without chsrao, la the $cktif K JliKJlcaiia rUT oientlU KKMIlOJa fist 0M4 Vf bn SSB fuUi.-- U offtrJtfJW m Wm nfWuass.ui H... Wf. Ttuuit,tl Extra Early Alaska . . , J3.50 Bushel New Early Grartus Is y Bushel fl-SBushel Horslord'a Market Garden Buckbee'a Lightning Express $yn Bushel LaMucc, eWiaku Tomato and a full Hoe Seeds, l'lants atd, Bulbs at lowest crowing prfceav Scad for complete catalogue or subtalt list your requirements and wllCquOte pneei. Buy direct from the grower Save. Money. Wtlte today, Jrfentlon, this paper. ' ' .... d wsssssss)s, s IsWlKlkfcfSt., H. W. BUCKBEE KUafs)sa Prophecy and History. -A MONTH WHY NOT MAKE The best of the prophets of old was Isaiah, In all of whose work, a Week, almost $10.00 a Day. there Is nothing cryptic. It Is never ,, . necessary to, resort to mathematics, ..,.ri Belling Victor Safes ami boxes to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and chronologlo or ancient calendars In f ar.mers, all of whom realize tlio need of a safe, but do not know how easy it Is to own discovering tho meaning of Isnah's one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of prophecies, or to fix tho time of their opportunithe host, clean-cu- t ties vr received. Without proious'cxpert- 9ssKwflPssssssl fulfillment, for ono time, is as good ettec Yuu can tiupiicite tuc success oiotuers. HWliftitWn J caiuiog uttr jijunsoineiy jiuisiruii'u as another In tho prophecies of n will enable you to present the subject to cus man who rarely pronhecles anything tomers in as interesting a mumicras tnotigu you wore plIotliiR them through our factory, lien appointed as more than that nature will continue lu ..iiii.m rwnnivMiiitvli1!) nlwl tiihtrueltnilM fnp EPlIllltT e.ift'H. frlvfmr coiivliu-iiitalking points which It Is imiiosaible for a profpeetivo customer to deny. Vhl to take its course. Since nature is don't YOU bo the llrst to apply from your vicinity beforo someone else gets tho territory Wo can favor ouly ono wletjuwn out of each locality. nlways taking Its course In human i ne :iin anniversary 01 our aiiuli'3 a day Is as a century . with company wits celebrated by erecting the most modern safe Isaah, tint! every day finds his words factory in the world. Wide' awake men i ho received our fulfilled. spieial selling inducement, Tito prophocles of Danlol, which .'. "ditneccciir-firit;trar output. We ar epensjln must bo studied in a reference limany thousands of dollars at larmntr our sales orpanlistios. brary, are, nevertheless, tho ones nut to leirn nil particulars, i will cost yon only the price most in favor since tho beginning of ft postal caru. tho war. All that Is noedod to muko M for Cafaloguo 1ST. Danlol the prophet or this war, or any other, Is to arango his cryptic connection with a decreases lu THE VICTOR eo as to malto them fall tho portatlon which is hound to turn way you wish. Daniel is always tlio .t'10 balance ot tratlo against tho coun SAFE & LOCK CO. prophets In such times as these, for ' try. In tho meantime it Is a note-a- ll ClilGIHHATI, OHIO sides to a military controversy can ' worthy fact that thero has been no Our New Horns. Capacity 20,000 Safes Annually. taito ills lines and out of their ah- - lowering 01 uio tax on mo worning .st nv... khi. ...I.... w wuuiuvcr is wanted. man's breakfast, tllimur or supper. Daniel is now serving tho ends of Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. such as try to prove tho Kaiser to bo Ladies! Save Money and Keep ie tlio More than a century Style by Reading McCaU's ago, Daniel was being .used nnd with The most economical, cleansing and BUCKME'S 6ULBS SUCCEED. the same cryptic words, to prove NaMagazine and Using McCall Patterns germicidal of all antiseptics Is t. poleon was rd SPECIAL OFFER' After Napo McCJl'aM. tails, will r Me.de Co New HuelecM. A1 bnlllyou MACAZItiE MACAU'S licln yna drcj leon had fought and. won a Imttlo ' trial a Derraaneut cue-- ,1 ' torn as wil mskft at a inoderaia BTUArejatAAii HatIstfAtion or tour with the Turks on tho old field ot cvpeasu by kocplLi tnonur rof undod. ' l.nwitf ra1l.fAiMCMMBelaUBWe. rou posincl oil tlis Armageddon, Daniel was quoted to J tEMEKTESOVTTSKSnS&Z uir.'l iskitinua m uh. Un. uiwiTill-prove that tho sriaslk. aMta Slttlsas, Ills. Iris. i lolti-- l ,and. lial. W was Indeed Insuuia. iiTIillT tin Ilia A soluble Antiseptic Powder to I sail nilHsvnlMttJk DwU Msslshuna UUu. TatiMsiui New 1'nslilon Deslctis Tulle, ferret TuUl Ite come, In splto of tho fact that It was In uarli liitic. .Miu be dissolved in weter.es needed. I s)Ue Tulle, Osells, rteoe, lis k4 Xwtee UesletU. viluatilu Jjifomotloit Infidel Moslems fs'upoleou had routed sTsUBAsTifi WVAJtSlfl on nil tiomo and ikt ie As a jpcdlclnal anilseptlo for douches M$mtioa thl yrHto-d- 2 Ouly at the place seen In tho vision ot tho tutul tnatn.-fsIn treating catarrh, Inflammation or C0c a year 1BND3BCBNTS Hook ot Kevelat'ion. Daniel Is tho eeietssseee4sMilseB4 t Its UtJUs mthatfasi a freo 'luiiern. half ulceration of nose,- throat, and that n er etik wt elt IUwttu4, 1 Htiljy tudJ) or icti J most accommodating HeMtiru Mm. au sm of all the caused by feminine 11,1a it has no equal. i si swins rwsHi mm eee rieswe. ftir Irrii santii's cops. seaaassssSWMsssai etcsei w ewss. fI i Kniiil TaHiieieeisrittia if prophets, it is plain tltut ho tried Tor foil years. & Pinkham McCall Ftttcru will ptiablA you tAnistn III rrr ww esesye wu u,is yatsujn i stew eiia t"1 LsVsittdisleWitJJsM tJl')ir,-uwi- l (iwii Iioiiki l;ucli cUilliitiJIur o please everybody, and succeeded. Medicine Co. has recommended Paxtlno Tfcta tele ! e verier. Lsieee (Mte pien Ieei eesustf t rouisulf and h tilth HI M Osnae? sve w Ve may not even except Helshazzar, In their, private correspondence with In stjrlo au.t fit lustier tUuu 1 bond fir fnv I'lrmiii'auloeii. ivim since Daniel's Interpretation of the women) which proves ify superiority. Wa WUl Cta'Yssr Fia P'aU fur sritinir ma ju ( iMjn't'ioiuls. btnd torlu-writing on the wall was as cryptic us Women who have been-- ' cured say It Is "wortU its welgut'lh gold." At i'remlntu ( an'ni n and Osli I'rtA unr. alt his other work and guve tbtfking druggists. 'ROc'Iargatebi.'or by mall. IK HXttl (IW WT. tit to Zii Vsst 17 S, ftW IMS no Intimation that tho Persians were Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Uostou, Mss. It Always Does the Work. "I like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy better than any other," writes R. E. Roberts, Homer City, Pn. "I have taken it off and on fo. many years and it lik-- never failed to give the desired results " For sale by all jeaUis. Xot at All Encouraging. According to the Secretary of Commerce Redfleld,' foreign manufacturers sent into the United States the new Tariff 8.S per cent, more of thefr finished products than they did under tho old. This Is a pretty effective answer to tho theory of President Wilson that the Underwood ineasiiro meant the emancipation of Amerlcanmanufacturers. The fact tlmt there has' boon an Increasse of more than one" twelfth in the of goody of this character at a time when thero Is n distinct depression throughout tho country Is not at all encouraging to say the 'last especially when it Is. taken In i THE REPUBLICAN. $200, - That's $50. Ore-pro- well-to-d- o money-maklit- I -- v ubi-iiu- antl-Chrls- .t. SPECIAL TO WOMEN BULBS' 1 ss anti-Chris- sttrt-hl- il anti-Chri- st 111 I thydta 11 j M- rrfW. i'mM-uiui- c . , tlons of about three feet each. The HkHHHHIIHHHIHIIHHHiiHiiiHkMkLLLiLiLaaaaaaiLH beer Is pumped into tho still at tho top and in tho slow descent through OF WHISKEY MAKING the perforated plates tho spirits rendered volatile by heat escapes through Thc Italian Government has issued a plpo or worm and tho spent beer 'TtifwIa.V. a warning to Italians, who have Accordlni'lo'tn'o official report is taken or Intend to take service in the John H. Thomas U. S. Storekeeper or b,p s 'awn oir at the bottom of tho still. The worm is n long copper micd from Paris on the progress otJ army of aay country now at war, that Guager.JWteS Interest-- , . pipe closely colled and surrounded by III tturwi- - this is a breach of neutrality and Is OnR llle Aicno tllC DftV0 'cold water. Tho spirits' rlslng'ln tho C'Wfc . crn France, UieVe was little change punishable by imprisonment. , fqrnv 5f 8tcan, escaping through tho &.,, Jn Jtory. in the sWatlons'.of the right and left '' colledplpo Is condensed lnttv lloiild . t'v i t In th"e Far East, there are signs of wings ptii6: nfaed' armies. In the ccnVcrJ''no-y,repdf- t Pe'rhaps'thero Is no product of' to - , forln n,y tho cool,nS cttoci f tho says, the Allies much activity on tho part of the Japwithstood ncVfhnd very violent at anese who are engaged In a move- cal manufacture about which tho water surrounding tho worm, and Is stored In largo copper tanks. From tnckfi, and( uiadp( "some slight pro-- j ment by both land and sea against public knrs less of the details of theso tanks the whiskey Is "piped to grcr.s'' on ',Uiev,lielBlits of the the the German concession of Klau Chau, j Mcub.' In thd'wocvre region a thick 1q Shantung province, China. The Its production than the distillation n receiving or cistern room wlforo fog caused 'if ttiVd'pciialon of hostilit- Japanese have occupied the heights of whURy; and In undertaking to United States guagers draw It 'oft process I rcallzo the dlf- - i.,nt0 ,,il"cl8' The Buagcrs carefully ies. The fltst'1 a'lrVot, message since outside of Tslng Tau, tho capital, Indlcatd'-ththo hSfclnnVtiB 'o tlio war sent from overlooking the aermnns' main line ficulty'Mu, making It plain to those 'mark with dies on tlie bung-stavthe who havc,ngvcr visited a modern dls- - nro0f of th0 spirits and tho contents KiHcl tower Van received direct In of defense. ' i. i barrel which Is then stored In j of t,l tillery. London. While the process varies only Kvurnmeni iionueci warenouses ' Thursday. y J. H. THOMAS, distil-' a iVli Al AifcV o fliclii 1 message from For the moment all interest is fix- slightly nt the dllllrent lnrgQ .... -- r -1 .. Narrows, Ky. , that there Is' no ed on the territory occupied by the lertes i snail nnso mis uiscriptivaarUerliu".. 'declares ticle on tho Glcnmore, tho lnrget chang'tyin tho' u'atlo'n in any of the j French left wlngrand the German Resolutions of Kcvpcrt. '' in the second collection dis. September 22, 1914. thwite,is of wurf and "reports con- right wing, where the most determin- plant and said to be tho most comWhereas, God In Ills Wisdom hns cerning, vlcfprldus advances of tho ed fighting of the battle line la going trict AND distillery In the seen fit to take from among enem'y are untrue." It' declares the on. The allied forces are gradually pletely equipped ut our world. beloved brother Knight, J. P. reported fall of Przemysl forts Is an moving northward, and, according to A brief outline of tho magnitude therefore, he It invention. The report stutcs that the the French official statement, that Resolved, First. That wo fcol Austrian Government alleges Russi- battle continues to develop more nnd of this plant muy not omproperly prebullets. more toward the north, tho object cede the description of process of most keenly th sorrow of his loss. an troops are using dum-duEmperor William Is at the bedside of of this being to be beyond the ex distllllation. The Glenmoro distilSecond. That wo extend to the his on, Prince OscaV, who Is ill at tremity of the German line for the lery is located Just east of the city bereaved family of our departed atctz. great outflanking movement, which limits of Owensboro. The tot! invest- brother our most slncr sympathy "SNAP." STYLE IS WHAT YOU WANT disin this hour of sadness. has been the object of the Allies' op- ment exceeds 11,000,000. The Polrpgrad' rcp6rls dfflclally that erations. A continuation of this ad- tillery Is a mammoth building of Third. That a copy of these WHEN YOU BUY YOUR READY-TO-WEA- R bo sent to the sorrowing the Austrian stronghold of Przemysl, vance to the north would bring the steel and concrete. Except for the in Gajicla, is completely Invested by Allies to Cambral, a strongly forti- twelve fermenters, or beer tubs each family and that they be published In OUR SUITS AND COATS GARMENTS. the Russians, and that the main Aus- fied town In Nord, and beyond that holding 27,000 gallons, there Is not the county papers and The Kentucky trian army is retiring behind the as far as the circle could be drawn. a foot of timber about ,tho entire Pythian. POSSESS "SNAP." OUR READY-TO-WEA- R building. Eight lnrge bonded wareCarpathians Into Hungary, pursued Meanwhile Fourth. That the usual Pythian there Is comparative million gallons of respects be paid by ' by thcRussla'ns. calm from Rheins to the Meuse, houses store six the lodfee to the GARMENTS NOT ONLY "LOOK TOE PART" ' on the SDlrlts now memory of our brother and that In of the sntrlts. If the tax which constitutes the center A very rigorous censorship has evi- front, but in the Woevre district to bonded in these warehouses was nil addition the members wear the usu1UT WEAR WELL. WHY? BECAUSE GOOD dently heen Imposed at virtually all the southeast, there have been en- paid tomorrow Uncle Sam would be al emblem of mourning for a period points, particularly in London, re- gagements in which the French have richer by six millions of dollars. The of thirty days. MATERIALS ARC USED IN MAKING THEM lally capacity of this plant is 1,950 garding the .operations at the front, made advances. w. s. tinsl.ey, bushels of grain or about 9,000 gal-Ioas very iittle news is permitted to c. m. barnett, AND THEY ARE MADE RIGHT. of spirits. como through. The war officials Regarding the operation in NorthMcdowell. a. fogle, But to the process of manufacture. probably hesitated to raise the hopes ern France, Berlin Is officially silent, WE PRICE THEM RIGHT TOO. Committee. corn by the car load is some decisive dispatches from the German capital Shelled of the people without rault1 having been" attained, and fear declaring that .no Information has switched up to the elevators where that the publication of even the been given out regarding the progress it is jumped into metal bins the com- TURPINITE MAY BE r bined capacity of which Is 70,000 bu. smallest details of the operations of' th general engagement. The mills grind 250 bushels an hour. i might be of aid' to the Germans. AniTTT7 CAUSE OF LOSSES The meal is carried by elevators to, other official report has been issued An official announcement from great chests in the tower. Shoots opconcerning1 tlie operations of the? Petfograd says that theAustrIan'pro-vinc- e en from theso chests, down to largp ' (Continued From First, Page.) British forces In France. The report of Galicia is now completly speaks at length of a system of es- freed of Austrlans, the last rem- bins swung on Fairbanks scales storekeeper that it the Germans ever attacked Uncle Sam's pionage alleged' to be In practice by nants of their- troops having sought where weighs it in drafts of 10,000 pounds. the city INCORPORATBt). the German armies. there would be unheard of refuge In the Carpathians. An unoffi- By another shoot- - the meal Is let slaughter; so apparently it was supcial dispatch from the Russian fronTh Montenegrins, who have allied tier has resulted in the repulse of down from the bottom of the weigh- posed that these shells which, prethemselves with, the Servians in the all the German attempts to force a ing bin to the cooker below. The sumably, are used In the conflict with Austria, are making ad- passage of the River Niemen in the cooker js a hollow metal clylnder field guns would be revances, according to advices. A dis- Government of Suwalki. To offset f've feet In diameter and eighteen served as a last resort for the depatch from Ccttlnje, Montenegro, this, an official statement issued In feet long and lies horizontal to the fense of the capital. But now, accordsays the Montenegrins are within Berlin, dealing with the situation in floor. After a draft of ten thousand ing to the theory, the French have artillery range of Sarajevo, capital the Carpathians, says that the Rus- pounds of meal and sufficient water at last overcome their humanitarian are let In the cooker the cap or man-hea- d scruples and decided to use the of BoBuia. sians in trying to cross the mounis bolted down and steam it tains in small columns and break turned into It. Tills meal Is kept un- shells. Turpln, the supposed inventor of The Austrian forts at Cattaro, through Into Hungary have been re- der steam for two hours and must the new shell, has had a stormy hison September 19 sunk a large pulsed everywhere. be heated to about 270 Farenhelt. tory. In 1S3G, In his laboratory at French warship.' Archduke Frederick of Austria, After cooking the meal is piped to Colombes, he discovered a method of commander-in-chie- f of the Austrian a breaker or masher where small making plcris acid tractable and i WetlneMlay. army, has issued an army order in amounts of malt are added, after available for use in high explosives. TVhlle'the' French and British off- which he declares that "the situawhich the mash is run through cool- Thereupon he proceeded with the inicial announcemnts indicate satisfac-toi- n' tion of the Germans arid Austrians is ing pipes and is then pumped up in- vention of mllinitc, and followed with with the situation along the bat-tl- o favorable." The Russian offensive Is to one of tho large fermenters or 3everal other explosives. In 1887, front in France and confidence in beginning to break down,-say- s seJJ the beer tubs referred to above. Ijowever, he accused a certain Capt. the outcome, an official report from archduke, and tho "German army To this mash is added now a small reParis' declares that the German right without hlnderance has penetrated quantity of yeast which is made in Tripon, of tho territorial artillery, of stealing his formula and plans for has been broken and is being pursued deep into France where a new and seperate cookers by mixing malt, shells and selling them to the Armby ihc Allies. This report also de- great victory Is Imminent." rye and a small quantity of hops. strongs In England. Turpln published clared tlait the Germans have been When the fermenter js a little more Malines, Belgium, has been re- - than half Hied with the mash and a book in 1890 attacking the Armsurrounded In the Somme department and that Peroune had been recap- occupied by the Belgians, according yeast it is then filled to within a strongs and Tripon with such effect to a dispatch tured. from Antwerp. The few inches of the top with spent that he procured the latter's' convicu- fiy t same message states that on Wed- beer or beer from which the spirits tion, but in the book he pubfebed plans and specifications which The offlclal .press bureau at Lon- nesday the Germans renewed the have been already distilled. The conbombardment of Llerre, a manufac-urln- g tents of the fermenter Is now called save his enemiesa chance to attack' don, "whle tnnktu'g, no objection to him on the charge of dvulglng setown nine m(Ie3 southeast of beer and must set seventy-tw- o Uhc .ubllcatlpa of theso reports, hours crets pertaininng to the Rational Antwerp, and a for fermentation. The meal is raised to take any responsibility for He was sentenced to five place near Llerre. 'thg correctness pt them. to a high temperature to break up years' imprisonment and pardoned the starch and convert it to sugar after twenty-thre- e f Tho announcement issued late at months. 'night by both French and British and during the period of fermentaADABTJRGv FOR FLETCHER'S declared that there had been tion the billions of microscopic yeast ReSept. 30. A protracted meellng plants absorb or eat up the sugar 'no ulluinge im the bituatlon which Vhey had previously, reported as faand convert it into alcohol somewhat will begin at Adaburg Baptist church fencShock of u Itullet. voring the allied army to some deafter the manner the bee converts Monday night. A combined store and dwelling Is Boulogne, Sept. 26. Most of the the Juices of the flower into honey. gree. hours in being erected at this place ly Mr. A narratlvo from Flold Marshal wounded men here who have been After standing seventy-tw- o Sir John French's headquarters, is- hit by bullets say they felt little the fermenter the beer is ripe, or Clabo Wedding. A debating society was- organized sued at Londou by tho Official Press pain. A Highlander, shot in the ready for boiling. The beer still at long arm, for Instance, said he was stand- the Glenmoro ia tho largest single at Belmont school house Thursday bureau, gives the reason for the rock-botto- m drawn out battle, which has now ing up when it happened. He felt still In the world. It Is a cylindrical night. Prof. n. D. Moseley was elect us If he had been stretching himself, copper vessel thirty feet high, four ed president and the outlook is great lasted eighteen days. "Tho extent of something knocked him down feet in diameter and stands upright for ortorlcal and literary Improvehc, couutry covered." It says, "is so when with a regular knockout blow, but it on one end. Tho still is divided by ment. vruat na to render slow any efforts Rev. J. B. Ray born attended conto mauojiver and inarch around tho did not hurt, and ut first ho could perforated copper plates Into scc- unference at Louisville last week. flank In order to escapo tho costly not make out what had occurred bleeding. Mr. Onis Wade and Miss Myrtle ox pod lent of a frontal attack against til he saw that ho was Baughn were united In marriage at Then, nnd not until then, he felt heavily fortified positions." J. 0. METCALF, Mabtl, Mo. tho home of Rev. Fuqua Friday evenThis roferu to the fiercely contest- pain a bharp, rheumaticky pain began to feel weak nnd btck and ing. They will make tholr home with ed operations of the Allies' left in an and finally collapsed. the groom's mother. endeavor to outflank tho German Ho was something of a philosophProf. Robert Taylor and Mr. Roma right wing under Gen. von Kluclc. er, and Insisted on it that you did not Wade attended tho Hartford Fair' In thesq operations French and Britgurdian replies, "I kuow no uuch you could not see the guardian monk from within. Saturday. liavo been feel a wound if ish, heavily "His Majesty, tho Most High Em- man." that you were wounded. engaged for several days, and tho When A HupsburK Dies. A third time the master of cereperor of Austria, King of Hungary, Tho shock of a bullet wound puts A very strange burial custom has at times are reported to the nerves out of action tor a moDuke of Syria," and o forth, re- monies knocks with his staff. ty.oe,rV.0J?.8.orYd for centuries by tho have been uuprecedented. "Who Is thcreT" repeats thn voice. ment, or olse tho excitement of battle ' .K.., I can aay fine Pru"-n- a that houso of Hapsburg, the most ancient plies the master of cermonlcs, as he "Our brpther,. Francis Joseph" (or la a nut remedy overcomoH any other scnaatiou, of the reigning houses of Europe relates the longest of the dead man's whatever tin dr-aTho German cruiser Emden. which lor catarrh and dta- monarch'a nuiuti bayonet and tancti are different. tonalla and. easts or recently captured six British stuain-;r- s tho muy bo i, roplies the master of co- -. many otherthe aliments. It la On the death of the Austrian Emper- titles. ' nvunufactured by a well- - or the body Is carried by the shortSi Per Cent Loans and wak five of them in the Pay "I know no such man," curtly re- Tyontwi Known company, who aro est way from the Imperial palace to perfectly reliable." vl Dcngul, hu added to its Uurols Obtainable on Farm, Ranch or City At this humble confession of the plies the guardian from behind tho by slukiag four more and capturing Property. To improve, Purchuso or 1TAB; with tMftkt lax. the crypt of tho ancient monastery closed door. simple humanity of.thelead Umpcr-o- r ' (Remove Incumbrance; Liberal Op- II stire qualiUM. of tho Capuchins, near Vienna. No a coll lor. tho holts fly back. 'Knter, brothTho muster of coreinoules knocks "I have notlcnl a great ono appears to rccelvo the royal con Late dispatches, declare tint the tlons; C years before muklug mauy other tdKlnir thla tcgo. Thereupon tho roaster of cere- u second tljae, Again the inonk auks, er!" cries Jho voice of the guardiuu' remedy, and I have yet hvo b,egun their attack on 'went on prluclpal, etc. For the prop- failed to ace a eaie where monies knocks on tho closed doer of monk, and the" bodis admitted. the first lino of the Antwerp defens osltion address: Assets Dept., at 1410 "who is thre?" Aga! the toatlnuoj ua ot l'iru-n- a with his staff and demands admisdid not complete a es; that Uiey pave reoccupiou iua- - BuBch Bldg., Dallas, Tax., or. 422- list of royal There follows Uter an. Imposing pub-cure In. reason- sion. ccrerao8leireiUthe llneK, fcivptod Moll, an iinportunt423 First National Bank Building, able time." voice ot the t He urUI.Yojita's .Companion. "Who Is there?" asks tho tolce of titles. and are bombarding Denver, Colo. railway. Junction. -.,-Hi.,'.' . i.v LATEST WAR NEWS Llerre, a few miles from Antwerp, where many houses have been de- Btroyed. DESCRIBES PROCESS V I e ...... -- SUITS COATS :BHS I III y, m 4 l - CARSON &CO. Hartford. Kentucky. seventy-flve-mllllmet- er 4. V w Dal-znnt- Do You Want a Fence? plied the other, "but there's a Once a farmer said to one ot his farmer friends when he was trying him a cow: to "A cow is a cow." "Yes," mightybig difference in cows." va-rld- tta g, Children Cry CASTORIA Some give lots of good milk, and some don't'give enough to pay Tor tlieir keep. Some it's a profit to own, and others a dead loss. It's the same way with you, Friend Parmer, iu regard to your fencing. Some is a profit to own and install while others are a dead loss. member we have the best wire ing line, from the strongest pasture fence down to the poultry wire fence. Won't you please get our price prices? We have for every one. We're here with the T goods. ACTON BROS., Hartford.Ky. "After Using Peruna Many Years 1 Itllf ns theater i.. a4Ht!ta .. 'I